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 ToL 2, I*. 27„
BOWAT. BUTEE COLUMBIA SATURDAY. JAOTiRY, i.lW-k
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I DESIRE TO THANK MY CiSTOMERf FOB
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LIBERAL SUPPORT GIVEN  TO  VE   BURim
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"   NEW RESOLUTIONS
In making your resolutions for the year 1004
don't forget that you* are taking no chances
when buying your goods at this store, as quality is OUR first consideration when buying
goodSj and as we also give you your money
back if goods are not satisfactory.
J. MCNICOL.
DEALER IN GOOD GOODS
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.MIDWAY IS ON THE MAP TO STAY...
A.
tt wiil hs tlie mist i rap j. t-
ant Railway Centre in tbe
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in tho centre of a
rich Wining, SttsDk-flaisiiig,
Ranching, GMening, Mario-
faetiiring, Coal Producing,
and Hallway Districl,
Miilway properly will
make you rich. It is not
a spallation, it is an in-
voitmoiit.
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way, commercial,'
sale  and manufacturing
centre of tbe Kettle
tricts, is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek and Kettle Biver.
The leading osie nee
town in the country, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply, and sur
rounded by rich agricultural land.
A. M. WOYENDKN, Sec
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Montre.tl, 1'. y
business,  residence  and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
Q. M. OHOCSE,
Agent fm- Br.tiali Uiilniuliift,
'Midway, B. (.-.
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S,VTl"K[>AY   .lAM'AKV i  11*11.
THE LEONINE DUMAS.
How llli Woralilprrn  Adored Their
Literary  Idol.
Ono evening lii tlie brgl'iinlnj'of .Tuna
I wns taken to tlio ceshleilee pi' 1'tunas.
on tlte BouleynrcS Mnlesl'ierlies. by ud
liitlmiite friend of tlie Rival novelist.
As ono thinks of n Hon. with Ills sling*
gy uinno full of the Jungle burs of nd*
venture, so I enn see the nutlicir of
"JdoBte-Chrlsto" (is he appeared on tlmt
memorable evening. Standing about
were women friends, actresses, writers,
poets, attracted by a world of romance
symbolised in lhe figure sealed in the
middle of tlie salon. I was instantly
Impressed with two things-tbe frescoes on tbe walls and the attitude of
tbe host. He snt like a silent oroide,
surrounded liy a crowd of fenmle admirers, the whole company set off by
panels representing life sized figures
from Ciietlie's ; .'eat drama—Faust
Mcphislopi eles. Mitvguerlte. Th re wine
no oilier pictures i-i ihe room, 'i'he Influence of those llituivs, tlie attitude of
Dnmas and Ids worshipers, concentrated tii" mind on th:' quintessential element of romance. Half Indifferent he
sat, as some handsome young woman
would stroke his head, while another
would place Inr luiml mi his shoulder,
as tb; i" mlgbl li'.o done with an old
lion long i.m,ed and without teeth.
T! ere wns nothing to distract the mind
from tlie harmony of Idea and person*
nlit.v—Hi" company nf women might
have been part of Ihe frescoes and
Dumas the creator of "1'iws:" Instead
of "Moute*Chl'j8tn." There was an enchanted element about the poopio and
the room.
Tlie whole company conversed among
themselves, s-tindlng as If ihey were
at court, wln.c the host sat still and
mused. I wns held by Uie mystery,
tbe fascination of lhe romantic atmosphere, the peculiar spell of lho huge
mass that tilled the funiculi like an
Idol of adamant I'or there was something of tiie idol about tlie man. I
thought of a Buddhist statue in n sitting posture. ooi;iuli'Rt at the base,
crisp at the top, The lower purt of thc
face was of porcine dimensions, the
skin sw.irilsy, the hair curly, 'lie expression of Ihe eyes c.'ilni and sphinx-
like, lie wjis a man who "ot only had
Invented life, but lind seen it.—Critic.
HOW TO.GET GOOD  ROADS
m:m^__m&*Ms_______ .,
DEER LACK STAMINA.
The Wild nnd Flrrt footed Animate
Are Soon FflKU'eri Out,
"It seems to bo the opinion of a
r'ont imiuy people that doer hud ante-
'lope are at the tup notch among animals as far as speed Is concerned," said
ti Dakota ranchman. "I have often
beard the expressions 'ns swift us an
antelope' nnd 'lie can run like a deer,'
but the fact Is any good horse can run
over .Mr. Deer or Mr. Antelope within
o mile on level or nearly level ground.
Karl-lira of Mad Should Inile In n
Campaign  r„r a  I*i-tiicii»l«.
One grout reason for tbe prevalence
of bad roads throughout tlie I niteil
States is luck of agreement und united
| action among thc advocates of lm-
j provement Everybody prefers good
roads to bad. Everybody knows that
tbe roads can be Improved only by the
expenditure of money andjnbor. But
here thc ogreement ends. There Is a
great variety of ideas and scheme*.for
securing tbe desired object There Is
no end of discussion, but very little is
accomplished. Sonic people would rather travel through mud than have the
roads Improved by any other plan than
their own "pet scheme." Thus' road
reformers themselves sometimes actually hinder the cause to which they are
devoted.
If the roadi of this country are to be
made good within the lifetime of tlie
present generation It Is high time thc
advocates of good roads slxiuld unite
In support of a few -general propositions aud go to work In favor of n general plan. If a national good roads
movement ever gets started nothing
can stop It It will sweep everything
before it But the difficulty is to get
It started.
One great advnntnge possessed by
the national aid plan, which is uow becoming so popular, Is tbat lt is general Instead of sectional or local. It Is
as broad ns the whole country. It can
bring Into hnrmoulous united action
the friends of good roads in every
state, and It Is the only plan yet proposed that can do this.
Thc friends of national aid will make
a mistake If they undertake to work
out details In advance. They should
go to work for the general principle
ond leave details to be worked out
later. This was tho plan of netion
adopted by Gladstone. When his opponents asked for details of any great
reform which he advocated Gladstone
would answer, "There will be time
enough to work out the detail when
we get the power." The advocates of
national nld will do well to emulate
the example of this great English
statesman. They should organize
everywhere and fight for the principle,
leaving details to be worked out In
due time.
Ilr.'lrin „„!, ,,,, ompnnjinanai
A miher amusing experimeo in con-
»(M'tion with lroininiim SupcWiiten*
fcnt of Forestry Stewart's rwent
lour in the fur noith was a half*
breed conceal In on'o of the Indian
Selllemciits m.oJ ml the l.e ser Great
Slave Lale. The Indians there are
rather up-to-date, know the topical
si n.r,.s ol ihe day. und run slug, Oft
I Ills pn'tl iilar oecus-ion Mr. Stew'nit
was ■ entertained with "(;uo-goo
Kye."" nnd similar melodies, and
whin he nslci n half-breed whore i-«
hull learned the turn* he received .*,,
tersw reply, "Graphaphoh'e."
THE NORTHWESTER
BUSINESS  COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason
is always given; where confidence is developed ; where Bookkeeping is taught exactly as books are being kept in business :
where Shorthand is scientific ; where penmanship is at iis
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Cr -
11. Service, Telegraphy, English and Cartooning wakes i.p
students, develops their powers and teaches them howto 1 e
successful. No argument is so eloquent as the record cl
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no ihicl can
break through and steal the knowledge of How to Do When
you know what a school can do for you by what it has done for
others is it better to trust to luck? Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane Wash.
Webb
Ho n >t waste time in useless     rfr-
jrets over Ihj-su*.
BICYCLE  AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK
MIDWAY AND
GREENWOOD.
&
SKATES
SHARPENED
The Pioneer
There is no train in service on
any railway in the world that
equals in equipment The
Pioneer Limited train from St.
an
to; Chicago''via, the
Chicago, Milwaukee &, St.
Paul Railway
The railway company owns
and operates the sleeping and
dining cars on its traitls, aiid
gives to its patrons an' excel-
, ience of service not obtainable
elsewhere. The buffet cars,
compartment cars, standard
sleeping cars and dining cars
of The Pioneer are the handsomest ever built.
H.5.R0WE, 134 Third Street, Portland
General Agent-

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