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 THE ADVANCE.
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Vol. VI, No. 18. f
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1897.
$2.00 per Year.
J> W.JAKES, M. I)., CM.
HY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     : :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QKRALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M,
VEIINON, B. C.
I.ATK or
It Thfunat Hospital,
IjOsdon, Kno.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, b. C.
Graduate of MoOill University.
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale.
T   P. McLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Anaconda, R. C
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY  PUBLIC, ETC.
Vkhnok, Ii. C.
I    K.JOHNSON,
Law and Collecting Agency
Conveyancer, Mineral Claims Bought
and Sold.   NotaryPublic.
G-RAND  FORKS   .  .  .  -   B.  C.
Lj   S. CAYLEY,
BARRI8TER AND SOLICITOR,
Gkanii Forks, B, C.
C    ADRIAN  MEYER,
Mining Broker,
Notary Public, Etc.
Haiin Aim Ave., Vbiinon, li C.
pORBES M. KERBY, P.US.,
A.M.O.8.C.E.,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
NllTAKV I'l'111.11'.
Jl Kill'.11', 11. C.
pHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKItNON, B. 0
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A.M., B.C. 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 Attended to.
Maps and Plans or Any Portion of Osoyoos
District snd Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
T   H. PEATHKRSTON, B. A„ Sc.
Mining Engineer and Assayer.
Kivkrsipb Ave., Grand Forks, B.C.
tl. A.Ousssi M. A. H. A.Gems, M. A.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
Thoroughly familiar with Fuirview und
Uoundary (Jrcuk Mineral Properties. I'ropur*
tion Kxamliicil. As.siijs uml Aiiiityiii'-i of Oris.
Kiii'Ik, Ktc.
MIDWAY, li. i*.
OKKKNWOOI), II. C.
\V. 0. Haywood.
W. L, Leonard.
OTEL PENTICTON
Haywood A Leonard, Penticton, B. C.
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake
at
With Steamer Aherdeeu for Full-view, 0-.ny.ios, und Oruville, Wnsli. Also
Camp McKinney. Rock Creek, Midway, Boundary Falls, Anacnndii, Oreunwood
City, Cat-sun, Grand Forks and [mints iu Washington.
Ample Accommodation for Hunting Parties.   Guides Furnished
Good Boating and Fishing.
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH & McLEOD, Propriktohs.
Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc. All kinds of fanctory
work kept in stock and made to order.   Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in stock,
ESTABLISHED
1670.
WHOLESALE   AND
Retail Dealers in dry
goods, boots and shoes,
groceries and provisions,
wines, liquors and cigars.
sustain luss liy rcitsmi of nny false
slaliini'iil in llie |.i. isjii'i-l us, wit ll the
i|iiiililii*iili<in tlnil if nu lllllilli. stale-
iiietil uf ihc nut ore of .in expert report
gives reiisoiiiilil,. griiuuil for helicviug
il. il slinll excuse I lie directors null pin.
inoters, unless lhey had reason lo l,e-
lieve il wns without foundation.
"A company with it en pi In I of ijit.IKO
is In pay $111 iu fees, anil payments ate
graded so Ihnt ii eotiipniiy .villi $1*;'>.IKIII
i-iipiliil uill  pny $15, glCO.CCO eiipllnl
KEnLE RIVER MINING DIVISION.
Record of Mineral Locations for the Week
Ending February 23. 1897.
FEIIRI'AHY 17.
Wellington Slur, Wellinglon eninp,
F. Bi .vleJliinn.
Snow King. Wullington eiiiiip, (I. F.
Raalaliin.j
I'KlllirAllY IN.
Klllg l-'islier,   Wt'lllrigtotl eninp, .1.
Meyer,
n-uiittwitY 22
U-v„„,loite ,f,,„., | Norl -k. «'"•. W"J° '■ "» «* *'m'm
II. .1. Avi-HII. i'..|.ll..l»12B,
MA Attention
Paid to Mail Orders.
Nothing but reliable goods
kept on hand..
A  THIAL   SOIiICITHD.
Hudson's Bay Co., Vernon, 6. C.
X*.  O. Box.  64.
ED.A.HAIN
MIDWAY, B. C.
Tlie Postolee Bookstore
Crockery Glassware.
Toys, Fancy Goods,
Marked Down to 50
Per Cent. Below Cost
Is
Call and be Convinced.
Have You a Cough or   Cold?
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦j
jTRYj
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•* ♦♦*>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
TUSSINE
' t
Sawmill on Okanaoan Lake, Hanuy to Shipment.  S.vsii and Doon
Factory on 0. P. R., Vernon. ♦♦♦♦♦♦**♦♦♦♦♦#♦ ♦♦♦>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■
In Bottles, 50c. and $1, at
KSTABIilr-HUlD  1H83.
MAINLAND NURSERY COMPANY
".TTJUHjaU*!  FARM,"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
" If tlii-enpiliil is over n million, an
additional i'i ruiln for r-ncli WiCffl
When the enpiliil of n eiiiupiiny Is not
divided into shai'1'8 the fees are glillli ll
from $l(llo $IIK),ui'eorililig lo lhe iiiiiii-
her uf tui'iiiliers."
 ► #-»•——-
TO  THE  POINT.
Thu Spokane Clirollli-le, discussing
tlle Illl rod llt'l Ion of Icgislulinu III Ihe
I'niletl Stales setuite nf a eharKi'ler
contrary to wiiul il eonsiders lo the
hest   interests  of  Auieiienti  elli'/.-'iis,
OBRTIWOATH of W'iiiik.
FEBRUARY 22
Wolverine, .1, A. Mniiley.
THANHI'KUH.
i-kiihi-aiiy HI.
(oililan Nllggetl, all Interest, ,1.   K.
Johnsoii mul tl. 10. Mi'CiirlerloOlisei'.
ration   MoilUl'llll  (inld   Mining colli*
puny.
Aineriiiil Bull, 1 interest, ,7, K. Johnson ntnl (i. 10. MeCirler lo Ohmirviltioii
M.aini,iia (lolil Mining cuuipany.
Ol-oivn Jewel, 1 inleiest J. K. John-
son nnd (i. 10. MeCnrler to Oliserviition i iiiiliiirdeus   itself   ill    tlle   following
Miiiiutdlii ((old Mining tutnpatiy
Western Queen, J Interesl, J. K.
Johnson nnd (J, 10. MrCarler In Ohscr-
vtiilnii Mounlain (told Mining eutii-
puiiy.
Whale, J interest, C, M. Hendell to
G. A. MiKiigiie.
VEHItUAllY 17.
Read'v Cash, 1-12 interest,, 0. J. Oaf*
rell. nud A. V. Anderson to J. K.
Cassia.
(ioldeiiCrinvn, 1-12 interest, C. J.Gnf-
relt and A. V, Anderson lo J. R.
Ciissin.
Golden IVnwn, 1-12 inleresi, J. Lind |
In.I, li. Cnasin.
Ready dish, 1-12 inleiesl, J. Dul-
qilisl 10,1. 1!. Cut-sin.
Tidal Wave, all interesl, P. O. Wood
to A. Li'iiuiy
-Irani:
"Wenei'd Idaho: we need Oregon;
do we not need Brilisli Culuiiiliia?
"A luuidred regiments nf lumps
senl to tlie easlern hiiiuidiiry of Wnsh-
ingtiili tu prevent or lllllll trade with
Idiilio would In- swept aw'uy with the
linger of an oiilriigi-d people. Slinll wc
slninl liete in ejiii'less idleness while it
few conspirators for llieir selfish purposes nre plolliug to cul oil' hade 11-
Iween Wiishingloii ntnl liiilish Cu-
llllllllill? Slinll our representative* in
congress he expected 111 sil .villi hlil'.lls
folded (ind eyes easl down while the
lead trust, llle luinher eoiuliii.e ni.d
llieir kind are lefl lo juggle, Willi lliu
laws to iilense Iheir own sweet will?
Slinll our milling lui'ii wall in meek
resignation    for    the    passage    of  a
Conlaet, all interesl, C. II. Shepiislcr! uieasiirelhnl will make il linposrililu
to A. Leiituv. lo hiiild one iii-iv sincller on lllis side
Vernon, nil interest, W. Nelson |oj of lhe line? Slinll our rnilwiiy mining-
A. lji'iiuiv. ers assent  lo n   Inrill" sysletn wiiirli,
Oi-eaii Wave, nil interesl, 11. Mounts even without tclnliiiliou, will g|ve llie
to A. Li'iiiuv. I Caniltlliiii   P.icille nlisiilille coiilrnl of
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia;
Trees Free from Pests,'
FKCIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS AND VINES.
Send for Free Catalogue,   j   E, Hutcherson, Manager.
Taylor's Pharmacy
Greenwood, b. ('.
J, W. l(EUI),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Work Wiirriiiiieil.    nS-Sin
Ynle itnd Kiiiilt'itay? Shall nlll- met*
chnnts anil iiililii-i's coiisi-nl lo hi'itvl r
handicaps than lhey tunv cuty iu ilia
niee for tin- Iradc iif I mil creek, lilti
Biilllldnry districl ntnl the Slocan?
Slinll wc, ns civilized human la-jugs
sav'AmenI' to till idiotic pulley Ihal
will change tun-iieiglihuisiulu enemies,
our friends nnil allies into jealous I'i us?"
 4 . 4 ——
THIS   LOOKS  FEASIBLE.
W. II. Husl, iiiiinnger nl the Ta-
Clllllll suiclter, lllis lieen making-<-n e
cxperilllellts with lhe siliiiuus ores of
(he l.e Hoi. The results are fiiyiir-ililie
He says:
"I have always renli/.nl llml lite
fill ure uf this cninp Iny in its low grade
ores. The tests I lia v.- made of tin*
silicious nies for the Ln Hoi satisfy lliu
llllll thegold value is in t'liuihillillii n
with the Iron nnd not willi lhe ipi.ii■!■/..
Tills heing Illl'case, It is apparent Ilinl
the viihiecnii lie saved hy  W'lltiTI'l.ti-
U. lUUItKI'T. o. t. II0D0SON
BOUNDARY  CBHBK
Engineering anil Assaying Co,
(ii*i.i*iiw,.,i,l Olty, 11. ('.
Asriyln? and Analyses of Ore  ^
	
Mines Examined nnd Reported on|
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   ImXNXS
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays al i p, m
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p. t,v
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 A. M
 §	
SPECIAL ATTENTION UIVI5N TO MAIL, FHIOIGMT AND EXPRESS
xx. X3. moimisoiv, tuowmi-toii.
A NACONDA HOTEL
♦ ♦
♦♦♦♦♦
♦♦
ANACONDA,  B.  C.
Visilurs to Hi.. Ilnatiiliiry Creek Mining Cnuips, Stop nl lhe Alllteolld
Good Tabb -  Good Beds  -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling
SHOES.
We have lo Iiinke room fol
Spring Stork. That is why
We   reduce   prices    on    Illl
UIiIIiIiWh uud Hoy's Shut.*
83   pel'   eenl,   which  gives
I Inan Iii you
AT COST
Thnr-iiisf't AcquultitmiOG with ih,. Kottle
Hlvi-r unit Iliitiuilnrv Crook Mining
l.lxtrlcln.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
VERNON. B. C
N. Tholl. PrcfT'ctor
0. B, k P. B,
D, McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinils iif Wnrk Ksi-cnli-il In tin' Hulls
fllrlliin uf (tlisliilllrrs.      ■
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
bPOKANE   FALLS,
P. ( ). Box 58S. Washington
rtoison
Wash.
H. KKYKS, Prop,
Guod Accommodation,
Besl. Liquors und Cigars.
Coiilail, nil iiilcri-sl, A. laaiiny to .1
Mi Brixton,
Vernon, nil interest, A. Lcaiiiy lo .1.
Mi Hiixlon.
Oieiiii Wave, nil inteiest, A. Leniiiy
to.I. M. BtlXlou.
llidileti T'teasure, F. (lust* Co J. A.
Ctirrie.
Queen Hess, J interesl, A. Slewnrl lo
W, G. iMcMynn.
FKIlKl'AIlY  18.
Climax, j intert'sl, J. Atwood tu H.
Wnlsoii.
North filar,'J interest, J. (1, Epperson to D. 0. Kin. Iiiird.
Miniienpolis Lode, J interest, J. 11.
Baxter lo W. A. Boss.
I'MllKIAIiy 111,
Hidden Puurl, nil interesl, 10. Meyeis
to Scot I, SIcHiii*.
l-'Kltlii-AllY 2H.
(liilc.uiiin, Litiii'iinn, Cleveland and
Wililltose, J inleiest,.!. Dale lo .1. ('.
Haas.
FEBRUAH1' 22.
Cuntiu-I, Tidal  Wave, Ocean Wave! '■'■mrutloii.
and Vernon, nil interesl,.I. M  Biixlun     " I Imve i.dviseil llle Le Ilm pet.plii
It, Tiilnl Wave 1 ig company.  "," « '■"ll"1"1 '"' hv" '" "l" "' K'
Copper Chief, nil interest..I, M. Gut-   ini" lo lest Illy theory.   Should ll tesl
relleloG. Henderson und H. Miur.iv. ! Irs"" «s I helieve it will,  .'llllll' lo
Kangaroo, all inleiesl, P. II. \Vl.il.'| H"^loi.,l cm li.-.i.lly l,...-Jil.,.!i.l.'.i. Die
loC. J. Liindv. ■ rllllllllig $0 per Ion nlll easily he win Ited
Charily, J interest, Z, Culhy lo ('. 10. ■ "' " I"'"111 " ' ™"'"  '" '"
(j|llV(. | pans out Ihe vitlues."
Haul fat, II I rest,,I. Cockell lo .1. I    He Uil'ilM Ilinl  ninny  i Milium
Rutherford ! '"'■'I'l''8''"' I**' ""' have ure I Iinl cnn hu
lliiinlnl,.I interesl, ,1.11 -rforil lo '. ''"lU'eiilrii hy wnler.
W S McOreit Slinilld I lie uliiivt' tesl he untie .mil
  J the experiment ileinotistinleslhe feasi.
Iiili'y ol I roiling llu- lotv giiule ores of
Rosslaud hy mirli n process, Hum lliu
j    l-'ollowiiig is (iii outline of llu- prinii-, sn el hod mighi wllll HllvillilHge he
'pal rciiliircs ..I   Ihc new llriiish  Co- "I'l'1*1''' '" """'l '"'  ""' "'  lll(l
Itimhji! Ciinipiii.ics Art. which is In-ing   BiHinllill'y eivek einnps,
jllltllllllll'l'tl   in   the provineinl legislu
tun-hy llu- nllorney-gi'lii'i'iil. ll'Ui, II
M, Klii'i'tm
.. ,         • ■      ,i   ,                        i   ., A nol her  mallei    has   , i.aa.nl   n|.,
•• A iiniiisii.il llml no c pnnv shall . ,                        ','
..,  „'     ' niiuii inhls ;.. the In.In.ii hillii'il.. . .
. > .III l IK - IK-,- Inisiuess imlil   III p.i cent.
,,. ,    . ,, Isltllg  I.| IIM'1 11  Illl'    llllllli    SllllCS...
Ill the I'.llnl.ll stlllk Is plllll   up  III c.lsll ; "
■   , Spain, .im   nli et lllliy   III VI' Ine ' ll.'i
pun i-aiii- iii ri'g.uil  lo nli.il ihc pin, '
,    ,. ,   i ,  ,,     ol   hllliult..'   lies.'   I llu   li,It lulls    ....
peel IIH  slinll    a..main  an    very   lull. " . ,,
,„, ,, i, ,' II.--I I I le , i-I ,c- o    Will',    II n.Ulil s.
Iluv musl lie signed hv cverj din-i lm . . .
',,    ,   „ I hut I'd cnl Iv an  A Menu iili/'H.  ■
,11 proposed lllieeli.l.     li   shall r nil loin ■ „      i   ,
, ,, i ,     '(• I'a.",I       ut/.   nn- ii'iilhied  In ll
lIlC   lllllll'lll*    llf    llie    I .lllllilli!   nl
, .., ,        .     ('llllllli IU is. in, uml uiui.-   lhe I  .   S.   ,,li
the .tssi.il.llllll!   willi   unities   nud   .nl-     ,     .,'
 sofl Iglli ies.lliei.    "' '•* "'-""-"'I'; "K '" 	
...l-st.nk   sllllsl-lilied   hv   lhe,,,    r.-s|,e,-    l"s   relclse.  h,    (llcl    I..,' -lll'l. «W|,|.
tiielv.il... Iitil.ilier of slinrc, if nnv.  elou»''liriltll-.tlll..iexlll.ll h  is l.,-l,e. -,'
Hxedl     In   .,li..|es,,s,|„,.lill,.,,lio„ of  """'"■' ll""-'1-   Tl1" Ull'wl Slnles
„i„-..:,     ICIIlllliu Slthscip t,l   ""^iKenerillh.lsli-questclntiillles,
which  Iteeoinpnuy  v do l.usi.„.s..,>"""1"'1"11  '" "'•''»'*'I-'' Spaiilsh  ■
= itnd'l illll  uniuuul pnyal IhoriUes are Irc'ing 111 lerwii
i Iie„i ujd al.oltnent  of shares. I «"i'h iiiiliir.'ieiiec ns to cose the I . S
the nuinlieii.f shares nnd dclieutiuvs ! l'''l,ll's''l'uliv1,'"'l''UW "■"'■ Kl"1"*
issued or I  iss I fully or paid up  "    ''"" " ' '    '-1"" '
tin,I consideration lot-1liciu; ilie names
.  and addresses nf the venders of prop-,
criyiieipiiii'd hy company and bow it.   Many niTers have iccrnlly heen mn
,   ist 'p.utl for, full pnitii'iilnisiis loi fm* lhe |,e Hoi mine in llossliind '
lhe loinp ay's pi-eliuiiii.tiy uxpendl- uplu tin* presciil tm Irnusfer linsluki
lures. |Miiii..iit iii pintnoloes Olid pluce, The Intcst proposiliou »n*i
iiinuiiiiis reserved ns working capilul; t-elved fi-nui llie Royal Thilo I'oiiipiii -•
the tint | lai of every tuat'-riiil eonlinil | nu eligllsh syiiilu ntc with hnlTeri d '
NEW   B.  C.  COMI'ANIES' ACT.
llli;   UMIIill   STATES   AND   SPAIN,
► • 4
the i.i: roi.
I
id filet kiiii'vnlolhe priimiilers, cle, ! enorti s  stun of $I,IX").III)II, lllllll«l
Kirsl-I'luss SIalilitii;,      "Tin- l.illiii.ilii.sproiniilersiinildirec.  .if whicli iva* to La I'.iid down llllll
ARMSTRONG   B. C.
I ujj'bljtthJuiu dumagfa iu pemoun ivbo tiuliiiitiyin tOUtiyy, THE ADVANCE.
W. II. NORMS '...I'lioeiuKTiiii'
Published   weekly   at Midway,  11. f.
Subscription Price. %2.aa per annum, ouyiible
In iiilrance, either yriirl*/ or liiiK-yiim-ly nt lbe
option of the sabscritier.
Ail verliiiiiiK Rates sent on iippliralion.
i'liuiiKli the columns ol TlIK Anv.iNei: are
always open for the discussion of matters of
public interest anil Important)'*, we ilo uul nee
oessarily endorse any of tlie opinloiiH oxprosaed.
Correspondence of a personal nature will nut be
published.
nol only provides I
farmers' flistitiUo
lioii.luof llie hill
l llle fin nail ion of!
il einihles, hy sec-1
nny t-oiigregutioti
.   A ill-OSS in Ibis stiiu-e indi-
. ail '-I I lint your .iltia.-ri|il i.ill
: lo this paper lias expired.
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 181)7.
EDITORIAL  NOTES.
When we looked over ilie notices of
mot ion in comiectioti wilh the proceedings In lhe provincial legislature nnd
found Hull llle meitiher for Wesl
Kooleiiay, Mia Kellle, hnd linked to lie
ullowetl to illlriultice a lill ilililuleil
"Au ftt-l for the iiit-ii!pi.ration ami con*
slriitliu of loll ronds iu milling districts," the I In.lights eiigeiuleted were,
I lull eii her we musl have lapsed hack
n couple of cent lilies, or lh" lllelllhl'l
luis nil nl. i.iu*,' developed a strong tendency to poke fun at lhe provincial
govci-niucni, .anil adopted Hits novel
method of showing Uiclr Incompetency
lo administer the affnlrs of the
province in such a lllutlller us to keep
in tiiiii'li with lls rapid development,
Such action can siifelv "illy he atlri-
liuted lo one nl-the olhci' of the reil-
sons given aliove, for hardly is il pps-
slide to lielieve a inenilier would rise in
iiii assembly Iii this nlnleenlh eenl ury
and seriously propose I he Introduction
of Ihis ancient method of putting a
tux yoke upon the necks of lhe people.
Thul such a proposition hns renlly
heeu intide, however, shows how pel-
littenl lias hectiiiie lhe question of lhe
government's, providing suitahle roads
in those portions ill the province Which
are at present really hampered in llieir
development for want of suitable
avenues of transportation over which
lo move merchandise and lhe products
ofllie mines. This heing tlie case il.
is to he hoped lhe government, while
declining loenlerlain Hie proposition
of Lhe member fnr Wesl. Koiileliny,
will at lhe same lime see Hie necessity
of adopting immediately a vigntuus
policy in tlie mill let-of prosecuting llie
construction of public works in our
milling districts, liy building Ibe much
needed roads, trailsand bridges,! hereby
ohviiiling the possibility of n reproach
being ensl upon llieni in I lie Iul ure, in
lhe same novel nuiniieriislhnliiilopleil
li) lhe member fur West Kooleiiay.
of farmers of ten or more, Io engage
in and carry on on a co-operative basis
any oi the following organizalionsj
A farmers' exclinnge, for buying and
selling farm prndui-e; ueheese fui-tory ;
a creamery; u fruit-canning, preserving or evaporating factory; ll mutual
credit association, for tlie purpose of
receiving deposils and louning money
lo its members: or uuy olher enterprises that may he appro.ed by the
ihe lieiiu-uiiiil-giiverunr in council, as
coming among the objects and within
lhe inclining uf the net. It will Iherefore be seen the bill is quite comprehensive in scope, and provides fora
new departure in tin- nuiiterof authorizing the format hm of associalionsto
receive deposils and make loans to
funnel's. Should Ihis clause he allowed
lostund we believe British Columbia
will be the Iirsl province iu tlie Dominion lo adopt such un experiment,
wliieli is not however a new Idea, as
the same is working successfully in
other count rii's. Taken altogether lbe
till is it very commendable one, mul
will no doiihl receive the support
necessary to Us becoming law,
—•**--—
In relating Ihe circumstance*- whieh
lend up in the commission "f Hie
shooting affray here on Friday morn.
ing, we luive endeavored lo presenl. to
uur readers ii clear aud itulniptissiuned
iiccount of lhe affair, Having done.so,
do not wish it to be understood we
agree wilh llu* method adopted by our
constableUlld recorder In rupture burglars, or receive i-tillersitl thegovrrninenl
llice. At the snuie lime, should uu
enquiry lie held, und of course il goes
without.saying Ibnl such will be, we
lielieve rirriiinstniires would he disclosed which would roll ihe affair uf
many of its unplcusunt. feiilures. Pending such Investigation, we wilhuld
further com ment.
l^ERR BROS.
*^ —-BUTCHERS.
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Moflt delivered nl ltock Creek uml nil the
Mining Camps,
J. Kerr. R. 0. Kerr,
S. A. MUIR & GO.
(Sucisessors to IJ. N*. Taylor)
TBB
CUP THAT CHEERS.
McWICOL'S
CEYLON
h
co
UJ
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0
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0
Try
a s;i
Peneetion Brand of Cfiylon Teas.
The Choicest Blend of Ceylon Tea
that can be produced. Strong,
Pungent and Rich in Flavor.
Guaranteed equal to any 75c.
tea in the market.
PER 50C- LB-
5c. per lb. less in 5 Pound Lots.
Lead Foil Packages only.
ample pound, put up in
J. McNICOL.
Hm±A-aa"a,y
fa-axcl    Anaconda,
BROOKLYN -HOUSE
(illlOIONWOO!) CAMP, IIUUNIlAHY OREEK' B, 0.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY,
Soo Pacific Route.
The Cheapest .
Quickest and .
Shortest Route
0
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, New York anil
AH Eastern, European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
A HER I) KEN ]»mm'
ticton i!vpry
SIR,
Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday, making cort-
miction**, witli train*' nt. Okanugan binding for
Bloamous JmioMon to join main line trains
CllSt nml wost,
'iood Accominddfttioti for Travelers,  First-class Mtmls Served
Oood Livery Stable iu Cbmieetion.
FRED GRAF, PROP,
VEENON LIVEBY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
iWviii>>j*id*»fl***i<>wj»r
Good single and double drivers and saddle horses. Ladies'
gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.   Horses
boarded by the week or month.    Box stalls if desired. Horses
broken to harness, and horses and cattle sold on commission
Dealer in hay and grain; wholesale and retail,   All kinds of
heavy teaming attended to.   Corner Mission and Tronson sts
VV. Garhnkk, Proprietor:
iNestluiutliigfhetveiilthofiiconnli'}',
it is only reiiaoiiiilile lo include among
ils assets till lliuse forces whicli nre
callable of lieing utilized in lhe production of wealth, ami Ihis lining the case,
ii, hehooves those having the direction
of puhlic affairs to see to it thill a
policy Is formulated having fur its ohjecl Ihc cunserviilioii fur the benefit of
the people Ihose forces, uniting which
(and the principal of which) may he
Included the mil und water power*! of
the province. Thai Ihe necessity exists far the formulation of such n
policy, may lie gathered hy perusiil
of lhe many applications nuw heing
presented lo lhe goveriiiueiil, Inning j  cuvo to	
fur llieir ohjecl  lhe acquisition   by
private corpornl ions, or individuals, of I lVT ATT       ORDERS
ii large ililii. liar of these nut uial powers j
Ctaists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Hoop a Kirst-Class stock u(
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
Toilet Articles
I
anil
Prompt and
In the several dilfarenlpurtionsof Vale
iiiid Kooleiiay districts. In reroin-
meniliiig Ihe ciiiiserviitiun of those
wilier powers, we do nol wish il lo he
understood wc would have Ihe government adopt such a policy us redlining and operating tln-ui themselves
for the belled I of the people, ns we
realize Ihal ihis would hartliy he
practicable, hut rather thai iu granting IhrNuvriiil oriiny of thcilill'cicnl
franchises sought, ceilillll rest rid ions
he imposed, whereby Ihu province wili
uot. only derive a revenue, hul; us well
a hard and fust monopoly may not he
convoyed lo ihe said Individuals or
coi-piiialiiins, whereby extortionate
rilles may lie exacted from those wh.,
iu lite ileal I'nllire, inay lie iiiullileiilly
expeeled to reipiiie Ilm service uf.-lull
piiiver. Another noil Ier. loo. in llu
grunt iug of such franchises should he
riu'cl'iilly consiileied, anil that is lbe
giving to corpornl Ions ur pi'lviile intli-
litlitnls lhe rlghl lo expropriate   land*
III connection uiih ihu ticipiUliluii of
lite waiter puiver privileges, Thul
shuuld certainly imt  In   done ml Imlil
lhe Imposition ut Hiifeguui-ils uf some
kind, Ihi' iiiiliiri. anil exlenl ol uhii h
Illlly he lefl to the ileteiiniiialiuii of
the government, Th,. generul public
will look fortiaid willi llllcreet, us
Illl", await the ml hm of lhe provincial
legislnl ure in connect ion with the consideration of these l]in<sliolis.
—_*.—
Vim some lime past a cnusliinl agitation hits been in luogrens uinotig a
large class uf Llle agricultural population of Ihe province, llle object of
which hits been In Impress the provincial giivi'i'iinieiil .iiiii the necessity
of providing a menus hy whicli cu-
operative anil oilier associations might
be formed iu agi'lt'idtm-iil coniiniinllies
w ll h I he least ainoiuii uf I rouble anil
expense, lo Lilian* seeking lo he hello-
lltlctl theiehy, Asini iiiiliouie of such
llgltllliiiii a hill has lieen presi-iiletl III
. (he legislnl ure which, if it becomes
I.i iv, will nil luail iliuila in u greet
llieiisine all iin lhe nhject soiighl, us It
The trade centre of the Grand S
Prairie,    Kettle   river    and fe
^ Boundary creek mining and g
p agricultural country. ml
W8T0KFI0E 1IOX 111.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKItNON. II. ('.
General Real Estate & Financial Agi.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Afieiit ror^<
TlIK KllYAl. INBDHAKOX CilY.
Tiik London ami [jANoasuibi* Firm
In-mi.'iianch (Joy,
Tiik  Inbubance Coy, ok Mouth
AjIBBIOA.
Tiik London ami Canadian Finn
[NBUI1AKCB (iOY,
Tiik Sun I.ii'k Ahhi-uaxck Coy oi*
Cava iia.
Tiik Diimimok liiii.niNii ano I.iian !
Association,
AiTiiAiHKit foil thk Canada I'kii-
manunt Id)an ami SavinubCoy,
Situated at the junction of m
the Boundary creek, Marcus m
and Reservation wagon roads, m
Nearest point to the Colville |aj
reservation mines. m
         m
LOTS AS GOOD
AS GOLD ffl
===      m
. (   ^
Fill'prices und all nth '1-1111.11-111111011 apply to _Vf\
If C. E. STUART - - ■ AGENT ffl
OARSON, ((HAND PttAIRIK, 11. 0,
To
We are taking First-Class
Mining Properties in hand
for
Incorporation
Through 116kotH lo unit' lioin lho Purine limit
lo Eastern anil Huropoiui Polnti..
I'i|i!l|iint.|il iuiHiir|iiuisi.il, oomblllltlg palatini
(lining mill slccplugi'ivm, luxurious day niuohcs,
tourist uml trim colonist sleeping curs run oil
all triiftis.
Km- information ns to time, niti's, etc., li|i|.ly to
H. S. Scaddlng,
Agotlt, 1'elitleloli.
Or to        Seo. McL. Brown,
Ilisl. PaWl- Agent. Viuieiiuvor.
Finding all cash, time and
trouble and furnishing the
Stock ready for Mrrket,
and are willing to take
our pay in stocks. Treasury Stock   Listed  East.
For Further Particular*.
Apply lo
L. C. OILMAN,
Ilroker, Spukane.
MIDWAY
SAWMILL.
Lath and Shingles.
SASH - DOORS.
ROUGH AND DBMD
-LUMBER—
BUILDBRS
Should carefully comlder
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
all kinds of
Rough-:-and Dressed:-: Lumber,
Shingles, - Latbs, - Etc.,
can be purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
]x<r.xxxt<2Xixtxx,xxxxxxmtiiXi
\ $1 FIREWOOD $1 1
1 1
i
1
N
NOTICE.
OTICK is horoby given tlml. sixty dnyw
after dale, wo, iho undersigned, intend to
apply iii ib. 1 hlc-f Ciiiiiims.-liHirr of Ijttmlo nnd
Works fur permission lo purchase thu following
described Iraet of bind,situated in the Osoyoos
division ol! Ynle ditttriet, in the Province of
British Oolumbiiv:
si ail ing ni a p iinl on I hit east bank of Kul I lu
river near Unijunction of the Went Fork,
Ilienee went Ml chains. Unmet, norlli M chains,
Ilienee cast 40 chains, ihonce south 40 ehuiiw to
point nf Minmeiicotnont, conloining IBOocrcfl,
moro or low. Hl>KNt'ICIt HKNNKUMAN.
GKOHQE ('. UOSK.
Dated Ihis 1st ilay of February, I8!)7.
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HKRteBY (UVKN thai appli*
cation will boinmlc to the Parliament of
Canada at the next «c*-wion (.hereof, (or an iwt
to incortmratc a company to constniel and
operate a railway from a point at or near lhe
Tinv11 of Say ward in British Columbia. Ihonce
extending tliningh or noivr Llu towns of Trail
and .Midway lo a pninl on Okanagan Lake at
or near the town of Penticton, in tho l)inlricts
nf West Kootenay and ICast Yale ; with power
loliiiiM.nri'Liiri', maiiilaiii und operate steam
and oilier vessels lo be used in connection with
the said railway, nlRo to purchase and use water
to generate electrical power and lo Holland
lease such power,
Hated at Trail, llriiish Columbia, 4th Nov.,1890.
MoOOLLS HAMILTON.
Solicitors for Applicants.
per load.
G. K. Simpson, Prop
i
NOTICE.
NOTIOK Irt HBUJCBY G1VKN that applf-
calion will lie made to the Parliament of
Canada at tbe next, Keiutoii thereof, for an Aet
to ineorporate a Company to consl met and
operate n rail way from tt pennt »t or near tlm
Town .of Ullibridgc, in the North Wert Territories of Camilla; thence extending westerly
llu'oiarh Crow's Nest Pass to tlie Columbia river
In the Province of nrittrt, Columbia ; thonoo
westerly to a point In said prnvinue on or near
the Kraser river or the StraitH of Georgia, or
nny arm or Inlet of the same at tide water or
seaboard. With power lo build. Acquire,,
maintain and operate steam and othor vessel*
to be used in i-onnoctfon with the r-aid railway,
also to inirehnse and iipc wider to generate
electrical power and to sell and lease audi
powor.
Dated at Victoria, British Columbia, Uth
December, two.
AUCHKR MARTIN,
Solicitor for Applicants.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Cortiflcitto   of Improvement**..
NOTICE
TAXPAYERS.
H. WRIGHT
Anasonda, B. C.
Rep:iirin3Ne,itlyandProni|)tlyDonB
(l|-lll-l-*ll'  Hill
Aiini'iiiiilii Mori
(- at i-ii-lly nlll
Illll till I "(is **t
lllllll In. .(ilillra*
LIME! LIE!
II' yon until to pninl tip n cnliin,
pliigti'i' ti lioliao oi Imilil ii fi ni iid.it imi.
full fm linn' nt
Geo. T.Wells'Lime Kiln
Olllia
lli.nili'll&Cn'sStin-c,
Boiilldni-y Falls
B, ('.
In ono of n li'itni of i'l|*lil Iii-iiiI
lii'liiiiglng loHllimi'i- Bi-nt.„llli!
llnslliiiK    I'Vi-inlili-r*.    lint
Itclpi'tl   In  haul  lit" lliraiull  Illl
iHl.litHi ponnilH, fol' ill. D-lmioll, 11
uhii- liiii'K.iin ilUpmimir of i*t'iii'rnl inuivhilir
ilisi-, lllirill-s*, Bultlli.*), ('Ha, (It Clll'HOUi li. ('•
My HllK'k ia Clllliplllll' llllll'tlllllllllll'L'pll'IO llllll
iinii'ii InSilltt)of OI'itllhlKi lli'iiili-iin'n's nml
l,iiilii's'fii(ilwi'iii-. Dry Ooiiili), Nut inns, t-lia   My grocery snpplii-s iii'i-siillk-ii-ni.
tn millsfy ilie wnnls nl' iin* initlt'o Kutllt' Kiver vnlli-y.   Jly Block nf Minora'
Supplies U just 'Vhtil is wiinted liy Hn- Pi-ospectoi-n initl Minors.   I ittn selling
,-ii 8|ioknne SPOT CASH Prices, freiglil only iiilili-tl (duly thrown in).  Come
uinl Interi'ognlii Ine,
ED. DRISCOLL, CARSON, B. C.
The Golden Gate Hotel
Assessment Aot and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
ROCK CREEK DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT.
N
OTICK in hereby Kiven iu accordance wilh
T. Elliot
KAIBVIEW, B. V.{
-     -    -     F3t*Op3t?X0'fcO3*.
GOOD ACCOMMOnATtON,  UOOD STABLING,
Stopping: Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash.
Tux anil nil laxen levied miderthe "A-uen-muml
Ad," are now due for the year IH1I7.
All of the nbOVfl iiiimed laXofl oollootftblo
within Ihc Woek Creek lllriidoii of Hislrlct are
payable al my ofllco nl OnoyooB, li, 0,
Provincial tlOVOIlUU Tax, $.').(KI per enpila.
Auwflod Tii-vck are coltwlnblo m lhe following
mtos, viz,;
If imid ou or befoiii.liiiie.'Kllh, lM»i:
Tliirr-ilti hn of ono per eont, on mil properly,
Two nnd a Imlf per cent, on the nwoiuod
viilu.-ofwlldliind,
Ono half of nne per cent, on pormmil properly
On80tnilflllof the Income of any pPfWll as
OXuOOdn one llioiiMind dollaiH, lhe following
mtOS, namely: I'pon Mich oxcosfi, when the
Hiuni' Ih nol more than len thoitwuid dollars*
nne per eenl,; when utieh exeeNH Ih ovei lull
Ibiiusiind dollars and nol more than twenly
ihoiiHiind dollars, one and niic-ijiinrter of one
per eenl.; when Ktich excess Is over twenty
thousand dollars, one and one-half of one per
per cent.
If paid on or after the lnt July, 1807:
Foiir-flftlm of ono por cent on ronl properly.
Three por cent, on the ussow-cd value of wild
lands.
Threo-quartoraof ono per cent, on pem>nii]
proporty.
On eo much of Hie Inconio of nny person as
exeeeilH one thousand dollars, the following
rates, namely: Upon hiioIi exces-i, whon the
HiuiieiH not. more limn Iuu llioiHiinn dollars,
one and one-i|uartor of oue por cent.; when
Hiich exces« in over Ion thotmnil dollars (Mid
nol more Ihnn I wenlythousaiiddollarK, one and
one-liulf of one per cent.; when such cxcchh iw
over twenty'thousand dollars,ono and three-
(|imilei'Hof one per eenl,
0. A. It. LAMBLY,
Assessor and Collcelor,
Jauunry tod, W67.
NOTICK
Thu BrBNtNQ Star Minkiial Cuu,
Situate at Camp Fairview, tn the Osoyoos
Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKK MOTICK that I. John Stovons, as
agent, free ininer'H eertiticate No. 758.(4,
intend, Hixty days from the dato hereof, to
apply to theMhihiKltoeorder for a eeitiflcal-e
nl' iiii]n'nv(*iiii'iiis, fm* Hie piirimsi! of oblniiiing
a Crown grant of the above claim.
And further lako notice that action, under
section 37, musl lie eoiiimenced befure tha
issuance of mvh cerllllcjUe of iiniirovomentB.
Haled this 7ih day of January, I8U7.
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
sillliiK"of tiioOounty Oourt of Yalo will lio
Imlil is (oliowm
At -lllilwny. <"' lloildiiy. I .'ill. '.Jlnrpli,
INI17.
At Orand l*'i>.-k», <>t. WeilntMiiiy. lTth
Mlillll.  1NII7.
At tho how <>( it o'olook in tlio forenoon,
respoutlvoly. Hy cuiiiiiiiiiiil.
IV. 0, .1I..JIVNN,
(liininiiiiinil Illlli'i'. Miilivii).       II, 11.C.(!.
.lull. llli.lBI.
In ..i-#'*
COUNTY COURT NOTICE
Kotlro Is horoby Klvmillitiln sluing of tht
County Court of Yulo .vill l«- Imlil
At Osuyoos, M.irl-1. 12,  INII7.
At tlm Itiitt" of olcvoii o'olook ill tlnifiironooii.
lly iiotillili.ini.       (1. A. It. I.AM111.Y,
(loixTiiiiioiil Olllco, Osoyoos, It. (t. 0,
Nov. mil, 1806.
NOTICE,
The Osiiyiios Vornon nud Keltic River
Mining DlvlSloni at Yolo Dim clct.
NOTIOK Is lini-oby givon llial till pltloor
I'lolins loKiilly hold III llio Osoyoos, Vm-
mill uml Kottlo Klvct* Mliiliil! Divisions of Yulo
Illsli-liil, nro luld ovor from llio 1st Novombor
M, to the 1st .Iinui, 1807.
IHIgnodl     0, A. II. LAMBLY,
Until L'miii'.it'iiloiicr.
G> Vol, VI, No. 18
SUPPLEMENT TO THE ADVANCE.
Midway, B.U, Feu, 21). 181*7.
We Handle Hardware and Hardware Only,
W. J. ARMSTRONG & CO,
Hardware, ■ Tinware ■ ani -
0-o.jp
ANACONDA, B. C.
Stock:   of
Crockery,  GI tsswire, Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Bellows, Anvils, Heating mill Clunk Sloven, Woiiilenwarii, Snali
and Doors, Paints anil Oils, litis lieen selected to meet llie
requirements nf the country, and will In- found musl cotnpMe.
Speeial'U.eB
Jessnp's Steel (any
Caps and Fuse; Miners'
JoTa-taiiiLg*   Shop
size); Sm I
Outfits.
rancisco
Powder,
Any order in the Tin or Iron Line will secure our
Prompt, ntnl Careful Areiiiion at n Reasonable Figure,
W, J. -Mrng k Co,, the HjpIwjpj. Tin and Stovo Mod, Anaconda.
Pentieton livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single
and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES       __
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS,
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
Royal Hotel, Grand Forks
M. I<\ l''01,<il'*K,   I'lMl'HIKTOn
Good Accommodation and ii
il. c.
Charges.
KTo Ch.in.9S© XXelp
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.  Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER,
First. Class Accommodation.   Uood Stabling,   Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY ci McCUAIG, Proprietors.
Grand Prairie Hotel
SiUate in
cahson, KnxriiK mvnit. u. c.
Inimediato Vicinity of tiie ilonndary Creek Mines,
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public.  Stage Lines
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection.
MCLAREN BROS.   ....   PROPRIETORS
THE FASHION
^^^^^ . jp - S/l -E • ^^
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.    Pack
Horses for Hire,
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
MINING   NOTBh.
In Fairview camp llle Smuggler
(lulil Mining company an- pi'iiset-tillltg
wink vigorously on the Sillllgglei'
claim, and an a resull of exploration ><>
the south west, of lhe former shnfl,
they have struck ti line vain of ore
over eight feel wide, upon whicli they
are now engaged sinking a shafl.
Quite a little excitement has recenlly
heen occasienctl liv the strike of rich
quartz ledges on lhe Siiiiilkiiuioeti-
near Kereineos, Quite a niiniliet of
locations have lieen made, ami llle
coining summer will see the expansion
of our milling industry lending westward. Several claims were staked and
recorded last year, Imt evidently the
miners are nuw beginning to understand the lay of the land, or nil her the
quartz ledges, judging from reeent locations made. Fnt-years the Siniilkameen has lieen fatuous fur ils placer
mining camps, and now il would seem
It is aliiiut lo liecouie sliil mure famous
as a rich (piart/. region, which il undoubtedly is,
 ►-•-.	
VKItNON   NOTES.
Krom (Iur Own Correapondent.
We have just emerged from aunt her
spell of zero weal hei, Since Novcin
her 7 snow has covered the face of the
earth, and frniii all appearances
the end is not yet. Kvery one is
thoroughly satiated with the heautiful
and the normal condition of temperature will lie very acceptable when it,
appeal's,
The machinery for Suiil ll itMcLet id's
new sash and door factory has arrived
and will ill once lie put ill place. Thi
liuildiiig has heeu completed iu ar
almostIncredllily shnrlspace of time,»
large force of ttieii having lieen em
ployed to tiring nlioul this 1011*1111111111
lion. Tlle coiopleli-d facltiry is a very
ereditalile one to Vermin, and adds
auolIlea Importaiii Industry.
The (J. P. li, has pin. forth tin edict,
commanding that eiery employee on
the track shall lie possessed of all accurate tune piece, and Inn e appointed
inspectors ail along their due lo examine employees' watches every six
months, Mr. Jaqucs lliis rerelved the
appointment here. This aciiini of the
C. I*. II. undoubtedly hits some gond
points aliiiul il, Intl. il may mine hard
upon some poor sei-iioti hand uliu
earns only 1*1.25 a day a ul li.i, no
will all.
Miss Zellwood, uIlo left Item some
two weeks ngo lo visit the mining
camps of Bnunilary und luinlcuity dis-
tticis, purposes, l am informed, proceeding lo I'lngliintl to led tne upon the
milling industry of Brillsh Coluuiliia,
Judging from the account In last week's
Advance of her visit to the Carilion
mine, Miss Zellwood seems determined
lo see for heiself llle hidden treasures
of this wonderful counlry. MissZe
wood is well tilled tor the role she lias
undertaken, possessing his. tonic capabilities of a very high order. Kvery
facility fur investigatioti should nc
placed al her disposal HI further this
most laudable object.
Tlle cm respondent signing himself
"Taxpayer" in lasl week'* ADVANOH r
somewhat nil' ill his figures, Making
up a little statement with items thai
do not exist, he charges Ins present
council account with .-■,"'I lot- an election thai did no' take place, and $25
for auditing, which is done at u fixed
rale per annum, Irrespective of a
change iu cily clinks, I would also re.
miud "Taxpayer" thai tlien- Is a substantial difference lit the offer iiiikIi- liy
Mr. Davies, viz,, $10 per month, as
against $7fi—his pi-evlniis salary. If
"Taxpayer" will put nn 0afler his 42
ccliis nud cull llleiii dollars, he will lie
near the mark lu lhe amoiuil llu- new
ly llieir
Rifiuitl is
minority, as llie huge
I p e here ate snlis-
Hed the civic eiaili.ni.uul pruning knife
hus lieen well and judiciously used.
council hnvc saved lhe city
net ion,   This taxpayer I all
iu a liimeiilabli
majority of llu
Received ton late forlast tveck'sissuei
Our police magistrate Is evidently
riillled at the remarks made hy mere the
swearing in oi ihe aldermen, and has
taken his favorite modus operandi of
rushing Into print til air his grievance,
and enquire whei-e [gained lheinfor-
uial inn that he hus taken umbrage In,
alsu advising me lo obtain facts "before willing In the newspapers." 1
most respectfully Leg to Inform his
worship I bull this Is a rule I invariably
follow and in the case at issue my In-
foi'inni ion coining from u member of
lhe iiiiiiii il, it should hi;authentic and
entirely siilisfuclory to Mr. Ireland.
In bis letter io Tins Advance our
police magistrate denies refusing lu
swear iu Alderman Henderson, yet
ackiiow ledges be expressed bis opinion
that be could uot allow him lo make
his declaration. If ihis is uut equivalent In a refusal, pui'doti iiiyoblnseness.
Naturally Alderman Henderson to-
gclhtT with Aldermen Goullet and
Cooper, on lieing nolilied of lhe atli-
lude of Mr. lieltii.d, Weill I o iM ta N
I'ihin make Iheir declaration rather
than run the risk nl a lefusat from the
police magistrate. Considering the
correspuiideiii hits not the pleasure of
Mr. Ireland's acquaintance, the "low
uiiitleiings" timid hardly muuiiaie
flout linn, ihe matter simply coining
under his pro. luce as a new sgatherer.
[Wepublish this sn as to give our
correspondent an opportunity of an
explanation re ihe matter, which was
the cause .if a recent couiiiiuuicalioii
to this, paper liy Mr. Ireland. Nu further   ciiiiiiiiuiilcalInns   touching   this
little diil'f.ci tweeii  Individuals
wiil lie published,- Ed.
 ►-♦-<	
GEORGE  11.   WAN I':,   THE   ATMOSPHERE.
Tne Idlest lillle piece of pleasantry
emanating from Mr. G. II. McAuley
is related front Victoria, where he is
at preseul sojuilruillg. When asked
by a repurlei the object nf his visil, he
is credited wiih evolving litis dark
schemet "I'll tell you how il is, You
see there are such a lot of private Iii,Is
in Un* legislature (ur waler power Unit
I thought I wouid gel in my line work
ahead of lhe rest. So 1 .on going lo
apply for a few air sites above litiss-
land with tlle tigiit insiippi) power lo
the air niluprissiiis ni ihe mine*.."
This is jusl uk'e (iiorge B., who hits
pleulv uf tend) wit except when looking down llie gun lialatn uf llle highwayman, (.nil it iciniMl* us of iinui her
little joke of his which he gol off on
some parties in Toronto last fab. No
sootier bad his an iviil heen noised
abroad and his Identity iu ciinncclion
wiih ihe famous Ciiriboo mine in Camp
McKiuuey become known, ihiiii be
was besieged wilh parlies (especially
brokers) wlio were desirous of purchasing in-handling Uu- shares of the cum.
puny, Asked us to »net her be had
any shares with Iti tn for sale, he replied be siioled flout Brilish Columbia will* iwo carloads of shares coin-
pressed and liiiiiail, hut uiifurtuiialely,
owing io the blockade on the American
rail roads, he had reached bis desilna*
Iiuu Iirsl, as In- had switched off onto
llleO, Pi 11. As sunn as lhey arrive
though 111   Yesfl   Uood day!
STANDS  SEGOND.
lu a list of llfly eight nf Ihe best pitying railroads in lhe United Slates, as
given by Brads! reel, lbe Spokane and
Northern cutties ill second, with a net
increase iif 58 per cnni. in 18IKJ over
ilmi of tin- proceeding year, LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. A. 0. Sutton, solicitor at Grand
Forks, and Mr. J. P. McLeod, solicitor
at Anaconda, were in town on Saturday ou legal business bent
Constable Deans returned to Midway on Wednesday lasl. after successfully landing his inan (Wilcox) iu
the Osoyoos lockup on a charge of
horse stealing.
We are pleased to l.e able to report
the partial convalescence of Mr. W. G.
McMynn and family, ail of whom have
recently lieen stricken down with a
severe attack of la grippe.
The foundation is being laid in Green-
wood Oily for a new building of large
dimensions, which is lieing constructed
for Messrs. Sansoin & Holbrook, mining and real estate, agents,
Mi. 0. D'B. Green, after completing
the survey of the Jewel and Delicto
Giande claims iu Long Lake "ciinip,
owned by the Brilish Columbia Prospecting and Promoting syndicate, proceeded to Osoyoos on Thursday's slage.
The pasl week witnessed a general
clearance of patients trim the Greenwood hospital, as the following le-
turned to their hemes cnnvalescent:
Mrs. Wiseman uf Grand Forks, Mr. 0,
fi. Stuart of Cumin, and Mr. McKay
Ingram of Midway.
The people of Greenwood uud Anaconda are applying tu the minister nf
education for the formation of unol-liei-
school district on Boundary creek, tu
adjoin the present Midway school district. The increase ill population during the past year makes this necessary.
Mis W. T. Thompson's many friends
wili lie glad to hear thut she is speedily
recovering froui a serious illness, lasting uver a period of two weeks, during
wbich time her condition was extremely critical. Dr. Jakes was at.
tendaiit physician, and lo his skill
may be attributed thepilient'sspeedy
recovery.
Harvey Wilcox, a rather noted
character in the district, was arrested
at Fairview a few days iigoon a charge
of stealing a horse at Hock Greek recently aud selling the same at Fair-
view. The accused was brought, befure Thos. Ellis, J. P., on the 22nd insl.
at Osoyoos, and after a recital of the
evidence in the case the magistrate
coiiiuiitled Wilcox fur trial.
Consequent, upon the construction of
the irrigation system al Midway, much
building will Ik* indulged in hy parties
desirous of going into business at luis
point. By rumor curreutiit the pres-
vnl time il would seem the town is to
lie supplied this summer with quite a
nuni tier nf new places of liusiness, tu
any nothing of the many residences
putties coulrii.pliitc en-el iug.
A second townsite is being laid out
al Fairview, Ibis second one heing put
upon tbe market by Mr. Thus. I'lllis of
Penticton. The former was platted
and put upon tlie market by Mr,
Sprotile of Faii-view, ti'liuinvll,* a !(20-
acre ptv-emplioii al lhat point. Consequent upon the lively times Fuirview
is now experiencing, nu doubt rent
estate will he eagerly sought after, and
therefore the proprietors of the ri val
townsites should have no diftictilty lu
driving a Nourishing trade.
The death of live valuable canines is
tlle result of the iudiKcrimiuaU'dispi
niti.ni of strychnine puison hails laid
nlong tbe luuin trunk road helweeu
Bock Creek and Greenwiiud Cily. As
a resull of I he death of suine uf these
valuable dogs, lhe owners are on llu
u-nr path and sbutilj II he discovered
who the party is who so heedlessly
laid out such baits, be will certainly
feel the effect of their indignation.
There is a provincial statute in force
regulating the laying out of puison for
the purpose of destroying vermin,
which in lliis case scents lo huve been
violated. It is lo lie hoped the strung
arm of the law will reach the culprit.
 *>-•-«	
WOUNDED BY A PISTOL SHOT.
A sad mistake, (ind one that might
have heeu attended with filial consequences, took place licic on Friday
morning butt, when Mr. J. Hood of
Greenwood City was shut through the
arm hy our resident constable and
recorder, Mr. W. G. McMynn.
To an Advance representative, by
(be parties present ul the time of lhe
shooting, the following fuels were recited: It wuuld seem thai different
patties having becomeucquniiilcd with
llle fuel Ihal. the lille to a mineral
cliiliu wns aboul lo lapse, which claim
is Bind tu In- un extension nf I be funiuus
Mother Lode in llciiilivuod camp, Ihree
or four men, atilulig llieni Messrs. W
Lewis, H. Fisher uud the wounded
party, went out to Deadwood camp
and directly after 12 o'clock al night
etaked uut, tliecuvetedgitiiuid. Having
accomplished Iheir object so far, lhey
repaired; to the government olllee at
Midway, there to record Iheir claims,
at which point they arrived about 8
o'clock Friday morning, Having arrived at, the record office, lhey took up
their positions on llie steps outside,
but after remaining a lime une uf the
parties left aud went over lo the hotel.
At Ihis time Mr. McMynn, liis wife,
daughter and Miss McKeuzie, who resides with the family, were all fast
asleep, Iu fact Mr. McMynn unil his
family had been confined to bed for a
week previous suffering from a severe
attack of la grippe. Presumably after
the parlies Hood uml Lewis luui re-
luaiincd outside l',.|.,iliiit. la.lf utilio-.it,
a tupping sound was heard in the
house, which awoke all its Inhabitants
simultaneously. Hearing this sound,
and believing it proceeded froui the interior of I he office, which is situated in
the house next lo the bedroom of the
family, Mr. McMyiiu gnl up and proceeding along a passage nay, listened
at the office dour whicli opens into the
passage, Afler being ihere for a few
seconds he became convinced that some
parlies were in the office and were
tampering with the safe. He then
went into the kitchen and was about,
to proceed oulside, when he noticed
some one puss and repass the window,
at lhe same time lie heard a door open
iu the house, and soon returned to
investigate, Upon moving back In
the passage way he tnelMiss McKeuzie,
who asked if be heard Ihose men in
the office and were lhey not robbing
tiie safe, and where was his gun? ll
would de well here lu slate thnt Miss
McKeuzie carried a liglil in hci-hand,
uud before ineeling Mr. McMynn and
while be was in the kitchen, bud been
iii Ilis room for Ihe purpose of arousing
him, This fact accoiuils for a light
having been mil iced in lbe room next
to llle ofllie by the parlies,oulside,
just previous to the shooting,
But to resume lhe narration of the
of the affair, il must be said i he meeting with Miss McKeuzie and her observations strengthened the recorder's
uwu convictions, aud immediately he
proceeded oul of the house by the
hack door, and coming around lo the
corner where a view of the office door
could be obtained, noticed only Ihe
puny wounded, who tvus pacing buck-
ward and fiirwaitl befure the door
which action the constable had presumably construed to iiiea.ii that, be
was posted oulside liy the parlies
within, to keep witch while they carried out the robbery, At this point
the shooting commenced, the third
shot Inking effect in Mr, Hood's arm,
whereupon he shunted oul he was
wounded, and iiinvcd, togelher wilh
Lewis, who had been silling ou the
steps lllllioliced liy McMynn, to the
front, of the building and out of range
of the Ure,
Only when the lust shot in the r
velvet- chamber had been liretl, and
thecunslable found himself alone In a
seini-nude stale and freezing to death,
did he realize whal a dreadful mistake
bad been made. It, was however I
lale; lhat had been done whicli could
not he undone, lhe Innocent, had suffered.
 4 . 4 ■
DISMISSED.
The young mail, H. McKay of Grand
Furks, charged with baying stolen
money from Dr, Smith of lhe same
place, was again brought befure W.
H. Norris, J, P., un Saturday lust,
after the enquiry having been remanded froui the lllth insl., pending
turlher investigation, uud lo allow the
accused the opportunity uf procuring
witnesses, Nn further evidence being
adduced by the prosecution, the magistrate held that lliere was mil sufficient
evidence liefoie the court to directly
connect tlle accused with Ihe I heft,
and therefore declined to commit him
fur trial.
 i-i-.	
GREECE  NOT TO HAVE  CRETE.
The innsl recent nil inn of the powers
would indicate I hai all iiiiderslanding
has lieen arrived at, whereby Turkey,
or even a purl ion of il, will mil be (stir)
rendered In Greece, us by au edict
just made public, Hiissia through her
minister al Alliens, calls upun Greece
to evacuate the island uf Crete within
the space of three days, In ihis policy
il is claimed Russia is supported by
France, Gciiiiauy anil Austria. England', too, il would seem, is in accord
with the other powers, us her declared
policy is said to bei
"First- ISsluhlishing administrative
utiloouiny in Crete us a necessary condition for termination of Interuutlenal
occupation.
"Second—Thill subject to the above
conditions, Orate, ill her majesty's
judgment, should remain in possession
of I In* Turkish empire.
"Third—Tint Turks and Greeks
should be Informed hy tlie powers of
this resolution
"Fourth If Turkey or Greece shuuld,
when required, persistently refuse to
withdraw llieir military and naval
forces froui the island. Ilm puwers
should impose iheir decision liy force
upon the slate refusing,"
 4 .4	
TO  RECEIVE A MEDAL
Coinineuliiig "upon lhe behaviour of
of Jim lli'inswoilh in saving the Hies
of Ilis two coinriides ut the Young
America mine in Ilnssland, in one of
our former issues, we ventured In suggest that lhe Illinium* society should
ecogiii/.e his bravely, Thnl ihesucielv
isprepating lo du so, will no doubt
pease ihe iiiany admirers uf the hero,
The officers of the Young America
mine have received certain blank forms
from Ihe Humane .Society of Canada
nl Ottawa, with insl ructions io certify
to ilu* fads in connection with the
heroic act.
Upon lhe receipt of these fads duly
certified to, the sociely will fonvaid lo
HeiiiBwurlh the guld medal of the
sociely, bestowed only in cases of rare
heroism,
Commercial Job Printing.
Why Send Outside ?
We carry the only full line of Men's
and Ladies' wear in the distriet and
Onr Prices Are Right.
Call for QtmULiniiis on All Lines of
Gent-tal Merrlinndise.
Waj Down on Stoves
WlNEH   AND   LiqUOKS AT  WHOLE-
BAIitt Only.
GREENWOOD CITY, B. 0.
VERNON,
B.C.
I'ADMOHK A PEEKS, Proprietors.
The Leading Hotel    '
In the Interior.
GREENWOOD
CITY<-
Is tbe Central Town'and Supply Point of the Btuindarv
Cieek Milling Camps, From this New Tuwii mads
lead to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely and a    n (loud Investment,
For Price of Lots and Olher Infiiriiialion, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek. B. ('.
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F. Costkrton, Vernon, H. C.
A. K, Stuart, Vancouver, B. C.
I
FURNITURE!
CHEAPER   THAN   EVER
AT CAMPBELL BROS.
TWO CARLOADS JUST ARRIVED
-^•UPHOLSTERING-^
ROSSLAND, B.C. VERNON, B. C.
     _____      _ %m
IMi   THE  FUTURE ffl
RAILWAY, MINING AND m
m       —-——— p
j AGHICDLTUHAL CENTER OF §
I    Tie Kettle Biver Country 1
Lots mi Easy Terms u> Actual Residents,
j/vj; For Particulars Apply to   .«,- r,
$3§   A. K. STUART,   »«■ to   R. C. ADAMS,
WaSKS Miiiway, 11. ('. .Miintiihai., I'. (J.
ffl
ml
FLOUR-If    4)FL0UR
We have commenced the manufacture of Flour and are in
the business to slay, and we now offer the following brands for
sale: Hungarian, XX XX, Strong Bakers and Superfine.]
Also Bran, Shorts and Chopped heed.
Patronize Home Industry and keep the money in the district. Our flour has been pronounced the superior of any now
manufactured in British Columbia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B, C.
GRAND FORKS
♦♦♦♦■>*>*»*»*»0*>-»*H'>*>»^—
(§)        (§)        CEO. P. MIMS, Proprietor.
0-2?s.xa.ts3. ZPos-Iacs, EB. G.
3TRICTLY piRST f^LASS.
(§) JERMS $ I 50 AND $2*00 PER DAY*
Prospectors' Livery, Feed and Sale Stais
Grand Forks, ll. ('.. Below the Bridge
Livery Teams, Saddle and Pack Horses and Ladies* SjMIo Horses
Hay, Grain and Wood for Sale,
Teaming of All  Kinds  a  Specialty.
IHC.   _.^^^.t.-__:~ jr.".:" .1B.«A ttk
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Ckeek, B. C.
We have jusl opened Ihe ahovo Imi el ill Greenwood Oily, mid rur prepnred
to welcome miosis anil provide good iiceominodiil-fuu. Good Unteiliiff. Mrst
(■luss Livery Stable.
WOOD & WESTEL  .  .  PROPRIETORS.
OKANAGAN
SAWMILL
^ELOWNA, B. a,
RENDELL & CO.
•^^nRMvnnvnrnmr:*•»».-_r=rr-22-11 -it-n *r-»»*»•>«-■-i~hw-»t— ■ 1—1 11 ■ ,m,
GENERALS
Vnu r.ui now [ini'i'liiiM' .'min i' |iiini>] doom, lioiiii I (full) Hindu mi I RiiIhIiuiI ; .Minim, ninth,
lit 1 In, shingles nml nil olhor kinds of Iioukj fiiniUliiiig*}, al tho Qkaiitmiiii Hn-wiiilll.    limiuli nml
ilrcKnnil liiiiihci'I'liiiNiiinil.v nn hand.    Orders fnnn Kotllo Itivor ilUlrlol hoUuIUmI und \trl i
I FnriiUliori upon ii].|ili*'(iii-iii in
N. II.   SailllUull 1-ftftlCoa-sl I'l'ln-, willi fllltflll  \,hnii.-i- ;., ,*o\t*i' ,-.„| ,,f fr',.jKM.
tt.   LHQXnBEB,  TPXtOI?.
GREENWOOD CITY     ....
-   G, E, SEYMOUR A. CO., Pnopa.
• • • STRICTLY   FIRST-CLASS
sri'iATt'.ii on tiik Main Road to copi-kr,
deadwood, skyi.hu-:. uiiKhNwimii, \mu Terms: $1.50 to $2.50 per Day.
Lakh anu Otiii;u Houndaii-i (!kbkk i'ami-s.
^MERCHANTS
'THK .UA'A.V.'l'.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL,
Boundary Falls, B. C.
J.   J\   WHITE
PKOPEILTOR.
Centrally Located Stopping Plato for Three Diifereni Stage lanes.   No
Trouble ur Expense Spared to Make Guests Comfortable,
Strictly First .Class and Charges Model i
City and Boundary Falls, 1, C. Best Brands ypn and cigars  ■
tad Stabling, ■I'.uf"'    r-*--mm_mm***
BOUNDARY CREEK MINING AND MILLING COMPANY, Ltd. Ly.
Incorporated 21st October, 1896.
HEAD    OFFICE,  GREENWOOD   CITY,   tt.  O.
!♦♦♦♦
V-A/-.-
-A/^-f
OFFICERS OF COMPANY
ti. ARTHUR RENDELL       Pbbbiubni
II. A. HOLBROOK   - Manaheii
0. W, H. HANSOM    -   SKCRBTAB-K-TbbasOBEB
HANKERS:
RANK OF MONTREAL    -   -   YBBNOK, II. C
HV*
*w\^.
■>*v-(
VIEW SHOWS URKBNWOOD CITY ANU IJ0OATION OF COMI'ANVM CLAIMS.
■AM
This cortt'psiny is registered uncler 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 is now
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company.
J~J\r'
->a-*A
PI?OPEI*£TIES.
The propfrt-fes, whirl) are afiswinlely
mvntd by Ihr Compiiny, i'or»Sst of
right cfafinw lying in a group and
named as fMlowa: "The Fred, IX,"
"8. H. K," -iRpr Ledge," "D. A."
-0. B," "«. F.," "B, A. K." untl "i.
A. CTieingfullj sbownaud ex f-lwiu vd
in the M»pi linn mnipxeil.
DESCRIPTION.
On tbe "D, A," is 11 vein nl-ont 2d
indies wide, with 11 -jiny-statik of I to
12 irarbes; from Ihis 8.H5B 11m. ol ore
wns stripped to lhe mnritrr, giving
(HOB,lf>gold far tat*»H*m*W7-Wi«"-.,
ami 2per tent, lead. A tmincl i« In-ing
driven on tills vein fi-oni whicli ore i.i
lieing Inker/. On Ike siinie pnifunrty is
a larger vein *nt«irt'-| tfttl-i-ylBg galena
and pyrites.
The "0, A. R.* has n 89-fnot shaft
mink tin a 3-f.ii") vein, heavily mineralized with nu intimate iiilxlnrr-uf iron
mid copper pyrites, galena, lilcinti- anil
•ilverglntic**. ThrHm-sl plecesn""wl*(SBll-
vc r found- nt Bon u .la ryCrfekwrre, n ken
lioin I bin shaft. Aveiiig'- assays from
different places lll't*n**« the Ti-in gave
Ifo3.00 gold, 60 au, silver; ul"> $8.00
gold  ami I.V1 ((/>. silver anil "tie, llu-
latest return W5.0S gold ami hiiii.v
vis, silver per ion,
llii lhe '*IIig Ledge" is n Ifffoirt
•piat-l!* win, iiiiniiidizctl wilh iron
pyrites. Tliis yell, has heel, upened
up hy gross-cut*, on the mil-fact! for 6(10
lent.     A   r.m|.fi>wi'r   vein    lite,   lieen
Conwauvs Properties are \   ^
TTwrked thus ///////
Company ln£.crpmtfMo
s0ctim.
4SZb<3
^b
KENWOOD
TV
o-Pftftft   VflJLnr- (TH
6 yTN ft A I   lift ji    i,
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PPhd
t*ir~i.     nn
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iliilMUll r*"-ifc it'tre*-*-***-*-,. v* -j. :•» --J--' ■■*^ -j -. .w i—w- **.-.-..
N, B.-SCAL1! ON Tills MAP 1800 FEET TO Till-: INCH,
opened up, lieing oue foot wide, carrying considerable nipper pyrites, und
runs into the main ledge ns a spur, on
which n tunnel uf 40 feet has been
driven. Average essays gave $!B gold
and 1110 OZS. silver, and $IS).Xi gold,
17J oz». ailver, 2 per cent, copper.
Tbe "O. B," has two distinct veins!
one 25 feet wide whicli, from its strike
and general character would tteetu lo
he the same vein as lhat on Ihe Dig
Ledge, although sufficient has not
been done to make Ibis conclusive.
Tbe second vein has al present a
width of nearly thrre feel. Assays
have shown mines in gold from $4.(10
to $170.5% while a conservative sampling l.y Mr. 8. 8, Fowler, M. E, gaye
$20.00 in gold.
On Ihe "8. H. B." are two converging veins of copper and iron pyrites,
on which work is now lieing done. An
average assay gave, gold $1.90, silver
Wil owl, copper ll.IKi per cent., or
$40.41 for all values.
The '" Fred II." was located in De-
ceinlier, 1805, more as ground for a
basis for mining operations fur the
olher cliiiins than for its present value,
allliotigb lliere is liltle doubt thut llie
large vein on the tl. B. runs through
it. There is a small vein of galena ull
Ibis claim,
Tin- "8, F." lies In weed ihe O. A. 11.
mid I). A., in Ibf direction uf the strike
on the (1. A. R. vein. This local ion bus
been intido on a vein of pyrrhollte,
Tbe ".I. A. ('," lias a large Iron-
rapping running through it from the
Aniicondii, lit a depth of a few feet.
'ihc lire carries a considerable percentage of ot copper uud $10 in gold.
Capitalization r,5oo,ooo, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shares.
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