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Ill, No. 22.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY. OCTOBER I,   1900.
$2.00 per Year.
loi>.
hit. Solicitor, Etc.
Grkknwoob. B. C.
IoLSON,
_: NoTAKY PUBLIC,
■atk,
IvNt'lAl- A«**NT
] AND MINING BROKER.
Lney, B.C. 	
iRjVlathison,
 : DENTIST.
bo  BLOCK   •   OREENWOOD
II.C. SHAW.
Illett & Shaw
STE«S, SOLICITORS,
NotirlM ftkftc
■ "Hal.BTT.''
' Bedford McNeill'*. Morelm* &
' Meal'*, l<H»r'«.
Id, b.c,
THERLAND,
. midway, at:.
PUBLIC
Inioms bborkb.
rnXMIMION AftKST.
Jantrlei pissri.   W»»™' _l
Act p»per» <riwn up.  Amen.  Abstineli mide.
lotions by mall or telephone
attended to.
Closing Out
At Cost
For Cash
i!4iJ4i!l»!ti!» y,ty,' ;'* *-'* *•!* *" *i' «'*>»'»
tf ff ff tft'f ^wlwIwJ'SlwlwiJVIv*!;,
Dry Goods, Clothing
Gents' Furnishings
Heavy Mining Shoes
^JC*IwIwlw|?*I**IwIwIwIv MWiV timet*
MIDWAY WILL BENEFIT!
join  tlm  Kettle river a little  below
Midway, is at present but very »par*i*.
x^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m i *y settled, almost altogether liy a small
By the Opening of the Colville ni""1'*'' "f lniVm'"< hut iw of whom
I iiuiki- iiiiii'Ii iii'.iii'ii'iil use uf the land
Reservation.
SETTLERS ACROSS THE LINE
•Vill   (ireatly   Swell  Its Tnde - A
Country That Will Be Thickly
Settled    by    Prosperous
White Farmers.
Tin* opening nf tin- north li iif of the
(nlvilli' reservation tn  white settle-
make much practical use of the land
they now occupy. Thu early occupation nf such land as ha* not lieen nihil-
twl to Indians liy white settlers who
will cultivate anil otherwise develuplts
resources is therefore much to bedesit
i'ii. Midway is so favorably situated-
all communications liy mad and rail
with liounilaiy ereek, Ruck creek,
Meyers creek, the numerous mining
camps of the upper main Kettle river
and ils tributaries, Camp McKinney
been well prospected hy a number of
open cuts, and a tunnel is now lieing
run, and as soon a* the ledge is reached it ll eipected to commence shipping.
Thu Oxford is another silver proposition, It was located by Hairy De
Witl, the pioneer of liodie camp, Development work consists of a nunilier
of open cuU. A 170-fnol tunnel was
run, eliciiunlering a ledge of galena,
thu extent of which is not yet
known a* wnrk was shut down liefore
it had been crosscut. Work will be
resinned on this property in a few
weeks.
illR, ■
bniANT Tailor,
[test designs of Summer
Perfect fit guaranteed.
MIDWAY TRADING GO.. LTD.
J. R. JACOBS, MANAGER.
more encouraging.
   -** • 4-
ERBY,
|(. I. Un. Soc. C E.
iai. Land   Surveyor
AMI
IfIL   ENGINEER.
in Qiraiwi ia
Midway News Depot
THOS. WALKET-J, l*»HOP.,
Dealer in   .   .   .
BOOKS, MAGAZINES and STATIONERY,
Candies, Canned fails and Biscuits,
CIGARS   AND TOBACCO.      WALL PAPER.
JRICKARDS&CO.,
l-yal Estate
and
Insurance.
BRET. MIDWAY. II I
•"-^^•V"/
j Hotel Spokane, j
flidway
&MITH,
TONioniM. Artist.
L. Share, llulr Cut, Sen team
«,. mil hi iin-  *bov« parlor
i'<l Htiil k-niilnil.
JIT, ■  MIDWAY.  II. C
lv. DALRYMPLE
BlMkamlt-
IIIVIKW, B. C.
I of Itepalrlni.    Horseshoolni
A -porlally.
^^^^^ Seventh St.
>->yvs/N^A/s*
L. E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.
♦♦♦♦•»♦♦♦
A new building, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class, Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters lor Mining
and Commercial Men.
|UEK HOTEL . . .
ll'TH Of ROCK CRKKK
Ai*uo*n*iin»Tlo*l   roK Ul'KSTS.
IOOD STABLING
'TIKI.hlii|*nn Kottlo Kiver..*!
»*tiH*»*)*)*iM»*>*)*>*>*)M ************ t*i*$2i***$-y****ik,
- *
Midway Meat Market
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At thl* establishment customer* wn get choicest cuts ol
BEEF, MCTTON. POHK ind VEAL.
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■ - ■ • «r« * tTwTJT
TELEPHONE 311 P. 0. BOX 25.
^S. H. BUSH,
^RAL BLACKSMITH
I HORSE SHOEING
* SPECIALTY.
J» of work exeouted to
Mifaotlon of oustomer*.
TELEPHONE 311- 	
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Midsummer
Clearance - Sale!
■ Y BAKERY,
lm. St. Quintin, Prop.
I'l-AIN AND KANCY
PASTRY, CAKES, ETC.
|v,'i'.vlhln-i   Pimt-olaM.
»***■*••*, Klilwar
Mmmm$:mytt
Greatest reduction yet of
Ladies', Misses'
ymmm^ttmm
Trimmed
"Children's   OHM"    ^i"        Uturlnuned.
******** ******** ********************* ****************
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
Ready-made   Skirts   and    Blouses   in   Percale  and   Silk.
******************** ************************* ********
 ....... .rr.
ISTBONG HOTEL.
I' KEYES, Prop.
|Al'<nmnmdntion,
| U»'»i. Llquon ami Cigars.
First-Class Stabling
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
Gents' Ready-Made Sis anil Furnishings
front Shirts in all colors
Shirts and Light Weil
■ •••j sizes at cost
In Summer Underweai
Hack Sateen
Silk
Shirts ami l.igm a un-m ■■■..^^^^^^
******** ***************************** ****************
Shoes for Gents, Ladies and Children,
pial Job Printing.
P'THK
ADVANCE
[ine ,,f Groceries,
Glassware, She
m
I ard ware
mm
Lawn
A full
HAIN  & CO., General Merchants
POStOFFICE STORE, MIDWAY.
ni.'iit, which will take plan
10th inst., It, au (ivi-nt that is tn,iiiK
looked forward In wilh much interest.
ii'it nnly liy those whn contemplate
taking up land for settlement, hut lo
resident* nf iln. various towns that are
situated on, ot close tothereserva'ion,
hut nn town in the Boundary country
will receive a* much benefltaa Midway,
situate us it is alose to the luiernattnn-
al boundary line, with an enormous
tr*ct nf beautiful laud ju«t to the
south.
The following is a copy nf ii circular
of instructions that has been issued
regarding the opening of the north
h .If nf lbe reservation :
"Homesteaders cannot make actual
'settlement before noon on October 1(1,
I'OI. Otherwise th-y would lie "sooner*  and if found out would lose their
olalm*.   Eai'h entrymun, under the
hoineslead law, must, pay "ill cents an I
litre within two yeavs from date of
e.itry at the land office.
Also, within Hvt year* from dale of
entry, he must pay $1 more, making
$1 HO pee hum, the price of tbe land.
He. also pays, when he make* bis entry,
?U» to the land office, if he lakes litll
.."•res. If he only takes 80 acres, $8,
,' he tak is 4(1 acres, $0.30. Tin-*-
payment.* do not include attorney's
fees-only whal, lbe government enact*. The land within this reservation
i* not free IjuuI, jis other puhlic land in
Washington is.
A homesteader can live It months
from date of entry on his Innd and
then pay foi it al $1.50 per acre, When
a claimant is seek! ig title iu lbe least
time, he will adopt this alternative,"
The chance* are congress will pas* a
', w within i v.i years, making this land
' free.   In thai event a homesteader will
! not have to pay for it. if Iw lives oo it
live  years,   lt is understood that the
Timber Act also applies to these land-.
Where nil applicant seel', title under
j this acl lie piys ^2Ztll per acre.
The laud under this law  must, he
I chiefly valuable for its timber and non-
mineral as iu the code of land entered
under the homestead law,
Under Acl of Oongres* opening the
reservation, each Indian, no mailer of
what sge, was entitled to Nl acres ol
land, and eirb SU acres was in n single
tract, If a Ulan ha I a wife and half-a-
dozen children, the wife and children
received lhe same amount ol hind per
capita as I he father and hustiand, At
the time Ilie allotment of land to Indians wa* inad» there were only
Sim Indians, including half breeds, ou
lhe north half of the reservation, so
i thai the total amount of land required
lor Ihem was 81,000 acres. There are
i nearly 1,500,000 arres of In ud altogether
| in the north half. Thus il will he seen,
lhc Indians absorbed a mere insignili
cant fraction of the whole amount,
However, it must not hn supposed all
those lands are agricultural land*. It
is a mountainous country, and onlj
the valleys and bench lands are lit fo
cultivation, Hut there nre here and
ihere   magnificent   stretches  of tine
Kt'ji/.ing lands.   Much nf th mntry is
prairie, and many of the mountains
themselves are covered hy a limirianl
growth of grass and are free from timber. For twenty miles after leaving
Curlew station, Ihe rond leading lo
Republic p.is-es through the Curlew
valley and along Curlew lake, with
thousands and thousands of acres ol
fertile prairie land on either side,   It
is one of the most ferl iie pieces of conn
liy ill the noitliwest.'iind will support
ji large funning population,
The Importance to Midway ot the
opening of these lands run scarcely be
overestimated. Kor the Inforinatioii
of those not familiar with the physical
features of the country, it may he
staled tlmt the Kettle river crosses the
International boundary line ut Midway, and afler making a rough semi
circular detour of about 'fit miles reenters Canada al liaison, some ten or
twelve miles due east of Midway. Curlew creek, at lbe head of which is the
tioiirishltig town of Republic, Wash.,
joins the Kellie river at Curlew, a
small seltlemeie about 111 miles south
east of Midway, Between Midway
and I'lirlew lhe Keltic river valley is
generally wide, open and Well adapted
to agricultural, horticultural nod p^s-
toral pursuits. The comparatively
large urea of fertile land Ibis purl of
the valley elnlnvices. as well as that up
Toi'iidil meek anil olher streams which
on the"1'"' ,ley°"(*i having lo lie through thi
town—in relation to much of tho north
half that it must, of necessity benefit
largely from the consideralile accession
ot Industrial population that will follow the opening of Ihe land to white
settlement, Thrifty fanners with
their families are a material support to
a lown, ami now that there is a goml
prospect of the nuuiliers of this desirable class who have hitherto done business with Midway merchants being
hugely  added   to the outlook is the
COUNTY  COURT,
BODIE CAMP.
A Rich Camp to the South of Midway
that Is Coming to the Front.
Bodie camp is situated ahout twelve
miles  south  of   Midway,   Heretofoie
little has heen heard about this camp,
hut of lale much development work
has   lieen  done and the result* have
proved   so  satisfactory   that   several
companies owning mines iu the camp
have decided to get everything in readiness to carry on work throughout the
I coining winter, while others will commence almost immediately, and when
lhe richness of ihis camp becomes better known it will receive the attention
it is justly  entitled  to.   It  contain*
ledges of free gold, and with a good
wagon road from Ihe camp to Midway
the cost of transportation will lie comparatively small, and by the time the
mines are ready to ship to any extent
.the Standard Copper Company's smel-
I ter, which is being built near Midway,
will I e completed and in a position to
treat I he ores, ubich are very suitable
for pyritie smelling.
Probably the richest mine known in
the entire ramp is tho Bixlie, owned
hy the IJ'die Mining Company, 'from
which samples of ore have ta-eii taken
carrying free gold which could easily
be seen with tile miked eye and assaying as high as $1,000 tti the ton.   On
ihis claim a shaft about 120 feet deep
was sunk nearly two years ago, and
since then little or no work was done
nnlil Inst Bprillg, when several open
cuts  were  run   and a tunnel started
which is now iu 27u feet, and il is expected when this tunnel has lieen run 00
feet farther to lap the ledge at a depth
of 'in feet, and should the nre at this
level li- found rich enough to prove
that, greater  assays are attained hy
deplh another tunnel, 1,0011 feet long
and gaining nearly ;V«l feet in depth,
he sl ailed close do,vn to the creek.
The property Ims lieen prospected by a
series of open nils almut 200 feet apart,
showing the ledge to run the entire
length  of tlie claim.   The lirst open
rut  that was rin -bowed the ledge to
he 111 feet wide and giving an average
assay of $|IKI in  gold, while n seam
next lo the hanging wall,  which wus
ahoul  one fool  wide, assayed all the
way I'i om $.Vm to HU.I0I in gold. About
li") torn will be put to work on Ihe
property in a few days, and a new
shafl   house, hunk house and dining
lull will be erected,   A numher of ore
car* have been ordered for the mine,
ami nre expected to arrive iu a few
days.
The Myrtle i* another property that
ba* a very fair showing. A til-foot
shaft has been sunk and nt lhat depth
a ledge ot good looking ore was encountered, hut it. is thought tbat it is
not lbe main lead, so an open cot wa*
run and another ledge disclosed, which
is supposed lo hi a continuation of that
running through the Hi*lie, and the
next work done will la- to sink a shaft
ou this ledge.
The Maud Wcst.nwnodhy Biengmuli
and Haiti, is undoubtedly the makings
of a good mine, ll was loeated ou
.Ian, 1st, 1.H1HI, and joins the Bodle on
the souih. A ledge 10 feet wide crops
out on the sui face, from which all ns-
say of $l'2 wns obtained. A 31-foot,
shaft wn* sunk on this ledge, ami it
wa* found that at t his depth Ihe value
of lbe ore lmd increased to $02. At
present a tunnel is iu 170 feet, and
when another 10 feet have la-en run it
is expected to lap the ledge at a depth
of over 100 feet, and in all probability
the ore al that depth will give good
assay values.
The Klk has the best surface showing in the camp, but this is no doubt
due to the fact lhat it is a galena proposition. From 21 assays taken from
the ledge nt dilferent distances across
tlie eulire length of the claim, the
highest  was ii'M).   The property bus
Three Criminal dies Tried  Under
the Speedy Trials Act.
County court wns held on Monday
and Tuesday of last week, His Honor
Judge 8pink* presiding. Owing lo
three criminal cases being tried under
the Speedy Trials Acl iiiid .i time was
taken, causing court to last two days.
The criminal cases coming under the
Speedy Trials Act were Regina vs,
Loucke*. This case arose out, of the
seizure of the Granite and Banner
mill, for Infringement of the Customs
Act, liy Officer Sidley and by Sheriff
l'etnberton for debt. Certain pari* of
ihe machinery were purchased by the
defendant, Loucke*, from Hnyes.super
intendeut of the Qradite and Banner,
He wa* arrested on the charge uf purchasing and receiving these goods. A
large numher nf persons were examined. Louckes w.as found guilty by I he
judge and sentenced to six mouths
iinpri*onmeut. Black for the Crown ;
Shaw for Louckes.
Hoc Everett wus arrested Inst winter
for breaking into the Sl, Louis hotel.
He escaped from the (ireenwood jail,
Was arrested and another charge
lodged nga'ust him, lie received 12
months for house-breaking and an additional month for jail-breaking. Leu-
my for the Crown.
Boyle stole two revolvers from a
miner's cabin on Toroda .reek. The
owner followed bim to Midway and
there found him trying to dispose of
the weapons. He was arrested by
Officer McMynn. Judge Spinks nave
him six moot h-.
In the civil cases, David Reid sued
W. S, Fletcher for $111 on account of
painting tiie Auditorium. Iteid bad a
contract lo paint the building and was
engaged in the work while Mr. Fletcher was absent in Victoria. He took
stock in certain idle rumors thnl Mr.
Fletcher wits not coming li.ick: quit
work, rushed to a lawyer and placed a,
lien on the building and lot on account
of an unfinished contract. The evidence showed further that Reid had
been paid more lhan was coining lu
him by Mr. Fletcher. Judgment was
given in favor of Mr. Fletcher, ,1, P,
McLeod for Fletcher. .1. 11, Brown fur
Reid,
The Geo. Hermann Co., of San Francisco, sued the A. II. Sperry company,
limited, for the price of a shipment of
condensed milk sold hy them to the
Sperry company. The order was secured by Ralph Herron, the .""crelary
of the Geo. Hermann company, Mr,
Sperry testified that the cream was
not ix goisl as the samples shown by
Herron, that it was unsuloahleand th it,
any Mild to customers was relurned as
unlit for use. He refused to accept I In-
order, Harroii agreed to take the
cream back and pay Mr. Sperry $220
paid out on freighl and duly, Mr.
Harron, on the olher band, claimed
tbat thi* offer wn* made subject to ratification by his conipany. The defense
had Keveial merchants present to testify that the cream was not saleable,
but the judge refused lo admit lhe
evidence and gave judgllieill for the
plaintiff. II. 0. Shaw for I be plaint iff',
A. M. Whiteside lor Sperry.
C. _S, Shaw sued Thomas Walsh for
surveying n mineral claim. Tl e defense claimed that the survey was not
made within time to reeonl in Ihu of
assesunenl and the claim consequently
lapsed. Mr. Shaw held Ihal be had no
Instructions regarding an assessment.
Judgment for the plaint ill. Brown for
Shaw ; Gray for Walsh.
James Harper k Co. secured judgment against John Horsey. The Yale.
Colunihia company tailed lo secure
judgment against Sing Kee, The It.
0. Liquor company secured judgment
against A. Branson. The A. II.Sperry
company secured judgment against A.
Bulk.
Chns. HratUin, late steward at the
Clarendon, sued the Clarendon hotel
company for wrongful dismissal, olalm*
ing a month's wages and $25 damages,
Judgment for the defendant company.
H. 0. Shaw for plaintiff I Whiteside
for defendants.
Smith * Mclj'od secured judgment
against C, F. Thursnii, Alfred Manner* failed iu hi* suit for wanes again*!,
John A. Ooulion, M. Kane et al sued
A. Fisher etal for timber on the Blue
Jay claim. Nonsuited.
Several cases were adjourned or t*\*
I lied oul of court. ti advance, either yoorl- or li.ui-yntvly in thi
option "t tho Bubsenbor.
Advertising Hjio-sent oil application.
MONDAY. OCTOBER 1. ItHld.
The initials on the shoulder sirups of
ni leasi two of ihe Canadian contingents in Smith Africa, says the Province, have gaiji"d for them .'Housing
nicknames among their comrades of
tbe imperial troops. The letters "tt,
V. A," which lhe Royal Canadian Artillery heal, have been translated to
mean "Rebel Chasers from America,"
They earned this by their work in
rounding up the disloyal farmers in
Cape Colony, The brilliant work of
the Strathcona Hurse has al«o changed
the meaning of Iheir initials to that of
"Sculp Hum ers." II 'ih sobriquets are
likely to stick aud both are terse testimony to the lighting qualities of two
popular commands,
Frederick Ketfei hasjiisl  0
plans and specifications for "
impieleii
gallows
fur the
iddedi
of
LoSl  week
ready long
from ni" ni trict, I1 seem
mailers mu • hether ihey nn
within  lhe walls of ,i   jail,
other to  the  al-
'scaped  prisoner*
s if   il
llflued
____________________ ___!
buns 'li ild duties around I lie office un-
it-i- the eap •■ ej i - of ihe police, they
es ■ i|"  jusl i he Min",    I, this sl He of
alf'iii - ro  i.    ii ivill  so hi be hnilo
r i'.' fi    i ri ■-' an : nan that is astruu-
gei iu lliedistricl on
is an escjiped prison	
ii would he well for the provincial Got
eminent, when selecting -,x constable,!
enquire into his ability-In recapturing | ,V:_mm.d lV0rk 011 theil, 0|mi)
mspicion thai iu
',   In I lie fiiiun
frame ahoul (10 feet in height
Mother Lode.
The blower for the Hritish Col um hill
Copper Co.'s smeller arrived lust, week,
the remainder ot the machinery isex-
pecled lo arrive shorlly
George L, Fraser. for some time with
Lbe H. A. Corporation, Hossland, and
recently al lhe Sunset mine, Dead-
wood Camp, has been appointed muster mechanic for the Miner-Graves
company's mines.
A number of six-horse teams are en-
gaged in hauling ore from the Znlu M,
mine, Sheridan cainp, lo Midway for
shipment to lhe Trail smeller, .Now
lhat the new freighl tariff is In fone,
hilling shipments direct from and to
Midway al a proportionate rate, in-
siead of paying the exorbitant rates
charged for switching, lhe Zala M, will
continue to ship throughout the coining winter.
II. I,. Jones and Kd Burr have jnsi
completed another assessment on iheir
Sunrise claim ou Copper Mountain, in
the   Siuiilkameen.    The   Sunrise  nd-
joins the renowned Sunset on tin1 east.
Ahoul 460 I'eet from the Bbaft on the
Sunset, and 170 feet Irom the side line,
Ihey sunk a shall X, feel deep ami ran
adrift for 12 feel, all in ore, which assayed  22  per  cent   in    copper.   The
width of the ledge is not known, hut
Mr, Jones describes it  as a perfect
| mountain of copper.
j    Messrs. Hamilton nnd Vounkiu have
the Day-
escaped prisoner-as he
tt ill ha v more
busiuesa in thai   line, i
ii.ri in   iiiakiug
thf original arrest,
Road to Republic.
Articles of Incorporation have been
prepared and signed for tbe Republic
„ Grand Forks Huilroad coinpaiiy and
a copy filed in the auditor's office and
the origin il senl to tbe secretary of
state ill Olympia. The object of the
company, us stated in the artioles of
incorporat ion, i> i" construct, maiutain
and operate ji railroad of stand.inl
gunge from a point ou the international boundary, near the Intersection of
Keltic river, with the  liounilaiy line
between ilu- United St s und Doinin
Ion of < jiiijii. . near tlie town of Nelson,
in Ferry county, Washington, by the
im' i feasible route i'i tin citj ol He-
puhlic, iu mid county and state, together With .-ii 11 sidings, spurs and
branches,
Tile objects Jll'e also to const I'UCt sudl
extensions as in iy be necessary to carry passengers and freighl and do a general railroad business and to be ;i |mst
mail of tbo United -i itesaud to charge
and jollect 11 i-i^r 1.■ charges and fares
tne 'ore. To construct and maintain
and operates telegraph and telephone
line along and h nnection with said
railroad aud to rolled lolls for the use
thereof j to acquire real estate and to
own and lease real estale and lo own
lo.vosites ami town plats ; to sell,
mortgage or otherwise encumber or
dispose of lb" same,
The capital stock of the company Is
placed al $1,000,000 divided into 10,000
Bhares of the par vol f 811,000 each
The principal office and place of bu-i
ness is to be Republic, Ferry county,
Washington, The time of tho existence of the corporation shall be 50
years from the date of illiug of the in
corporation with the secretary of state
ton, Camp McKinney, and since doing
so havesiill fnr:her demonstrated the
continuity of the rich oxidized ore,
which hns made tliis properly the best
prospect ill tbe cainp. punning* from
iii surface being equalled only by those
trom the now famous Cariboo in its
rlier days. It matters not whereabouts on file vein, which has now been
exposed for some tM Mt feel, a pan of ihi*
oxidized matter is taken a good showing of free gold is obtained. Six open
in^s or crosscuts have been made to
show tip the vein, tbe width of which
bas not been delimtely ascertained.
The thickness or deplh of this oxidized
mil ter seems to vary, being in some
places about III feel, and under which
is found sulphide ore carrying gold
li is tiie opinion of many old miners
that ibe liars on Kock creek, more particularly the rich White's bar. which
is hbt a short distance below the Dayton claim, were fed by this rich decomposed surfnee ore. That ibis property will snnie day be a veritable
bonanza seems certain when the necessary capital ia forthcoming to develop
it.
The British Colunihia Copper coinpaiiy have deeideil to sink I ha main
shaft of their Mother Lode mine, near
Greenwood, to the 600-fool level, The
present depth Is 325 feet, Tbisdenisinn
is of importance, since there is no shafl
in the Boundary district at present
down to the 600-foot level. The nearest
to thnt depth is the Nn. 2 shaft nt the
Old Ironsides mine, in Greenwood
camp. This new development at the
.Mother Lode will he pushed on with
so as lo get the work as far forward as
possible before the end nf the cm rent
year, by which time new and larger
plant will have been installed at the
mine and Btuping ore to supply the
company's smelter, now approaobing
completion, hive been undertaken on
| a comparatively   large scale.    This
large. It appears Boyle wns taken to I
Grand Forks and placed in charge of
Provincial OonBiahle I. A. Dlnsmore.
The next morning Dlnsmore set the
prisoner, who was shackled, lo carry |
in some wood, hut ns he wus an anibi
t imis. young fellow and by no means
lazy, he informed the constable that he
was considerably handicapped by the
sharkles. and that if Ihey were renin'.
ed he would guarantee the removal of
a greater quantity of w 1 in a much
less lime.   Whereupon Dlnsmore, with
ji view to getting more work done,
complied with the request, hut nt the
snine time Informing Ihe prisoner In
words Lhat did nol huve a double
meaning, that the removal of the
shackles did not in any Way release
him frntn six months' hard labor, carrying In wood and performing such
household duties as might he required
of him. The shackles were removed,
and Boyle with an armful of wood
Btarted to follow Diusmore Into Ihe
office, hut with a beautiful hill ou one
side and only 11 constable ou tin- other
he fell such an air of freedom about
him thai he dropped the wood ami
look lo tho hill just above the j iii, fol
lowed by the constable, whn in the
name of the Queen und other monarch*
ordered him to hall, hut the wily prisoner had previously sized up the sltt.it
tion, he was muscular and limit for
hill climbing, while the constable was
constructed for tbe prairie, bo that the
chase was i puil,  and   Paul   Huyle
luis gone to join the large hand of escaped prisoners from ibe Boundary
country.
" Imperial
Limited "
Daily Fast Train.
Tlio only direct route to nml from
Kettle River and Boundary Creek
Districts.
KASTIIIU'NIi
V
HI
Seventh Street, and sit our stock f
Men's,   Youths'  and   Boys
At Bed Rock Prices.
Also  a   Fine Line   of   Millinery
Being  Opened.
Goods
:;.'.'ii
Commuting Sl
rriioUND      iiaii.v 1'n.iiN
lawn SICAMOl'S JIT.      B
^^—_mmmmm^^^etx\■■• IViiili'tin, i    .
Tuesdays, Thurwlnys, Saturdays     I
Com ting Steamer arrives PontToton y ..«,,
Mondays, Wednesdays, Friday*,    /
Dolly (excopl Sunday) Rorvioa taand from
Ui'ccnwuiii! mul nil points
tiKKKNWiioii     Arrlvo&lKi
tickets nml full Information apply
IMJLenv
I'HI'   Oil ft,,  «--.^^^^^^^^^^
to agents ai I'ootloton ur Uroenwood.or
i:. ,i. covi.K, W, V. AMMIIISON.
A. (1.1*. A., T. P. A.
CROWELL'S
* S. A. CROWELL, Proprietor. s.„ ,, ^
H*
1
l"'k  >>'"-! nf ||,.
Vanooaver, ll ('.
Nelson. II. ('.
WESTERN
Assurance Co.
Financial   Statement,  January
-. *.
Telephone nnd Telegraph.
The American Telephone and Telegraph Company (which now include*
iheAiiii'iican Bell Telephone Oompany)
lhe Telephone, Telegraph and liable
Company of America, ihe Western
Union Telegraph Conipnny and the
Postal Telegraph-Cable Conipany, will,
according to petsons in a position lo
know, he ciuisolijl.it ed iu to one hig coi ij
pany lo he known as the National Tele'
phone and Telegraph Company, ll Is
-a Id the consolidation will he accomplished before the end of the present
year.
A Hero Dead.
A New York  press despatch states
thai Alex. Huston, bugler of Ibe Hrst
section of ihe Lighi  Brigade, which
made ihe f.iiiiHiis charge upon tbo Bus-
sian gun- ai the Crimean battle of Hal
jiklava, on October 25,  is.'il,  was bur-j
ned on Sept. 25at Maspob, L. 1.   llus-'
ton was 89 years old,   ll-sounded thei
call fm- tii-' charge of the Light Hii
ade, and al Lord Cardigan's coipmnucW
s lined a Russian gunner at Ih" fool of
him and managi d to gel back to Bafel J
with Ihe 105survivors of lhe gallant
ii7;j.
Statement,
1st, 1900.
ASSETS.
Municipal Umnl- ami D<ftonlor_..f 7.w."n in
Uovcrnmenl Bonds      :u.r.i-i .'..
Dominion of Cauoda I pot* cenl itock xn.ttt' i:
Bank,   Loan Company anil other
stocks  JJ*:.li I K
X ellllliuiv'* ItltllllillK to.	
I'le-liiiii'llnnd lilliluli lli'liii-it       ... ISU.ii30 71
Hill- Itccolvahlo                           . 03,007 73
MorlmiKdn  BUI4000
Hue from other Ooinpanltlt—Current   Accounts 1ST.I.Y'. 76
Interesl Duo and Accrued 8.S38 it
Afc'iius' Halmices and Sundry aJocts, 1(8,703 ;il
'TMIIS is a new building hard finished
furnished in first class style.   I h
is supplied wilh the best tn the  market,
furnished with a choice stock of Wines
I
UllHiU
I
C
igars.
Patronage of the Publio Is Solicited and Satisfaction is Giian
LIABILITIES.
I...--- - under Adjustment
Ulvidoad Payable Jmi'iary,
Net (a-.li Assets    .   .
t'lipiiiil Subscribed bul
flAill.tin U
t cir.nrix,
50,000 DQ
t _1._1 IS
$2,100.380 50
■ailed in 1,000,100 01
l<«»
Security to Policy Holdors      83,100,380 50
Income fer tie' fear finding Deo, .11,
1880  $ -l.i.AlZU :.;
Loshh I'aiit Since Organisation of
Oompany lo DaUi *;'-.7i*>- M
Board of Directors :
llo.\. lllill. A. COX, I'r.-iil.iil.
J.J. KENNY, Vh'i'-I'i.-i'I'-iu
Hon. s C. WOOD.
: ROBT. BKATY. OHO. R.R.COCK
lll'KN. QKORQK Ul HI IIRICH, Vf. II.
li: 01 K, 111   .11 \.  HM1.I1. JAMKfi
KERIt 08B01 SI .
W. B. RICKARDS
Agent, Midway, B, C.
The Riverside \io\v
Is situated at  Hock Creek, ll.t;.,  on   tin-  main 1
between IVntit'Hin   ".nil all liounilaiy deck  |ioinl      H
place  for M lg*.*&.
Good Fishing1 -:- GoodHuntin&r-:- BestofAncommodatlJ
fi. _*. Xmsxa'taesxx.   Pl'Oprlotor
KSTAHI.I-UI Kl)    IN«:t.
MAINLAND   NURSERY   COMPHJ
THE OAME LAWS.
The open Reasons for riiiug are. re-
sp'('lively, us follows, b ith days I ciiiL-
iuclusi^H
V * %.
-   LADNER'S,
Ol M     Sl'lTlU.Tll -
BRITISH   -   COLL;'
FRUIT
Send
\ arielies Profitable in I
Trees Free fn im Pi
AM)  OR.XAMK.NTAI,  TIIKl'S,   I'l,AM     r.C \B|
for 1'iee Catalojruf*.     i^^H-^-H
A
Full
Line of
Fishing
Tackle.
1
V,
ill
<k
I
i
Hi
September Isi to February 28t!i—jjjj
Bittern, ducks of all kinils, heron, !*
uieailow lat'k, plover. ^
September 1st to Uecenilmr 81st-   L991i^M^M «««<«<««
Caribou,  elk,  wapiu  (bull), groUseof|$
all kinds, including prairie chickens,
^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^_
Septeinlier 1st to  December  I lib      **>)***-)*-»**** *H*<m«*cC*H**
Ihe Boundary
...J*1 IDWAY, B.C...
.,  Excel! nt Accoiiunaift
s€|j Strictly First-class Throughout
I New Novels. |
The number ol trustees is Hxeil at I property Will shortly have more power
seven. than any olher mine In the Roundar)
The names and addresses of those district, at least until other mines are
who Bhnll 111.1 i.iL-o tin- affairs ol tho supplied with more boilers. Thoreare
oompany for tho first six months are : now at the mine two Hit) hois,, power
.laiue.i Robert Strattou, of Toronto, and l"'o SH horse power boilers, and
Canada! Thomas Patrick Coffee, of! there are Iwo more.SO luu se power to
Toronto, Canada; Tracey William Hoi-1 arrive shortly,   The compressor should
li
land, of Grand Korks, I!. ('. ; VVyle
Cooper Morris, ol Republic, Wash.;
Tliuiiias M. IIjiiiuiiiooI. of Republic,
Wash., and Eboi C. Smith, of Republic, Wash,
The eeni ral route nf 1 he roud will be
fnun 111 1 on Ki ttle river, opposite
the city of 1 li md i 1 ks, and continue
down belli ■ fivi r until near Curb w,
when I jj il rro • the river, p ish up
(.'111 lew e 1 K io 1 11. leu lake ind along
Ihu ' 1-1 • 11 ik 1 the lake ; tlienee
iii.,. :., Lln . . Ill j lo I lie Han Poil
ciei I;, line ce d iw 11 ihal creek to n
poinl near Republic, Ihunce to the city
of Republic, The Burvej Ingp irty thai
started from the international boun*
1 route
arrive at lbe mine about th Iddle of
October,
w.tmm.ttm.____________ma._________mm______________. 1 of
il.-iry hno reached Rcpulilic. Tllj^^m^^^^m^^^am^
JWtlKs OF Ml ,INO.
1 British Columbia Honored in Judicial
Department at Spokane.
British Columbia  is to bu honnred
this year ut the .Spokane   Industrial
Exposition by giving one of bur mining
experts a place tin the judicial staff in
: mines and iidnlng,siiys tbe Spokesman-
Review, Frederic Keffer, mining en
l-'incei iiiid general manager for the
I Mother Lode (dining k Milling company, with headquarters al (ireenwood, will be one of tbe three judges
is reuiarkablv lie  Irom  rn. in 'fi ui-_^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^_
,    .       exiiei 1.  is an innovation 111 tb
obstacles and the grade a remarkably | _,\, ,., .._,....,,,,-
Ilglll   one.
Tbis is the same company which secured a franchise from the provinijial
pailiauji'iii it Victoria.
Only Three Canudians.
A. press despatch from Pretoria re-
l.iies aii incident eonceruiug three Oun.-
iidiiuis of Hie Mounted Infantry. Dining the occupation uf Pretoria the trio
lost their way and wandered through
th" lioci lines, unperceived by the enemy. They eventually arrived ill Hebron and fell consideralile surprise
when ibe inli.tbiiaiiis surrendered to
them, The burghers thought ihe Cm
iidiau- were Lhe fore rujuners of Lbe
British forces and ib uighl ll was bet.
ter to give up flrst than last, Nol only, was tbe 1 own sui rendered, but the
rifles and ammunition, ull of which
the Caliaui  ns jiecepicd  and relurned
again passing through Lhe Boer lines.
The choice of the Briiish OolumMii
hist tti y
of the exposition, usii will belheflrsl
liiue  the  Canadian Province has been
represented on an exposition judicial
hoard.  The selection of Mr,   Kelfer
came through a friendship existing between the milling mail and Manager
llawley since he and Mr. Ilawley were
college males at tbe University of
Ohio.
The other judges will be : Professoi
Henry Luiules, head of the departmeni
of milling engineering nl. (he Washing
ton Stale University al Seattle, and | (formerly called^Prlpr
I'rofessoi S. Hhcdd, Instructor In mining uud mining engineering at the
Washington Agricultural College at
Pullman, The experts will have sole
power over the mil ire display of the
wealth of tbe mines of the Inland Hun
pirn,
The board of Judges will decide lhe
merits of not. only lhe Individual exhibits, bin also of the excellence of
ihosc from nil the oainps and dish lets,
Deer    (buck),   deer   (doe) tiinliiin
gollt, inountain sheep Irani).
November 2nd to March Hist—Heaver, land ntler, marten,
Unless specially provided, it is unlawful to shoot or destroy the following : Insectivorous birds, Engltsh
blackbird, caribou (cow or calf), eluif-
linch, deer (fawn under 12 months),
elk, wapiii (cow), elk, wapiti (calf under
two years), gull, linnet, moose (cow or
I calf under 12 months), mountain sheep
(owe or lamb), English partridge, cock
pheasant, quail of all kinds, skylark,
1 brush, and eggs of protected birds.
ll is Unlawful Lo buy, sell or expose
for sale, show or advertiseinenl : lie
seclivorons birds, bittern, KicrlMi
blackbird, caribou (cow or calf), chaffinch, deer (fawn under 12 months or
duel, elk or wapili of any s"X or age,
grouse ot ft]] kinds, excepi blue grouse,
which   may   be sold  during the open
season; gull, linnet,   meadow  lark,
inoose (coW or ealf),   mountain sheep
(ewe or lamb), English partridge, nick
pheasant, h"n pheasant, quail, robin,
skylark, thrush, at any time,
11, is unlawful to buy, sell ur expose
for sale, show or advertisement: Caribou, hare, bull moose, mountain gnat,
mountain ram, hefore October 1st;
buck deer, blue grouse, plover, during
the close season.
ll Is unlawful 10 kill ami lake in nne
Season more than live caribou, ten
deer, I .vo elk, 2.">b duck,  two  mouse,
live mountain goats, three inountain
rams, anil lo hunt deer with dogs, Or
to kill deer for bides alone,
. -r . .	
Applications   for Certificates of
Improvements.
Notices advertised In   this week's
Advance are those of :—
Sunny Hide, near   to  Kholl Creek,
Creek), lying
J. A. I
I
Unsworth,  f
Druggist,    I
i
Jlidway.     J
 ■ I
«*f*«e««'e€«J«*cf««c«*etfe
C. F. COSTERTON
VKIINON II.C
'"   I.
nirtly upon and Northerly of and ad
joining Lot 2.'t2, Township 711.
Copper King, Kruger .Mounlain.
St, John Mineral Claim, (.'amp Fair,
view.
Opulence, Ftrugcr Mountain.
Ecuador, Camp McKinney,
White Knight, Kruger Mountain,
Peacock   und   Headlight,   K
Mountain,
!    Dig Hug, Cainp McKinney.
j    Susie, K
vrngei
lurview.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Afront Jmmtewm.
Tiik Rhyai. Inkiham'k Coy.
Tut: London ami Lancashire Fun-
INBOIUNOB CoY.
Thk    INSURANCE   C11Y.   Ot   Niiltlll
Amurica.
Tiik London and CANADIAN Fihk
Insurance Coy.
Tiik Stn I.ikk ASSURANCE Cot
Canada,
Tiik DOMINION BUILDINQ AND I/O AN
Association,
Appraiser por tiik Canada I'kk-
manhntLoan ani) Savings Cot
(•)♦♦♦♦ **o**********oo(i)
"In yraoH.
\u' =i=	
I Practical Watch Maker,
rill'I'I'lK   MT
GREENWOOD B.C.
—n—
(loot) TihiIh, IMcntv MMl.rliil,
and ,*}n m-:us experience   lo do   IT
work correctly.   ... IS
i*l
(•) ******** ******«*o*t,«iv i
NOTICE.
HOnSRH pantureil  lu   tho 1
Km*" nml ploitty of wnn-
oul.,apply in
.IOIIN' KAST,
Mi'luay, ll.
GOOD   STABLIK-C.
Pf 'il
linn
i
Large Sample Boom for Comme
THOS. McAULEY,   -   -   Propnel
FAIRVIEW - HOTE
Commercial and Mining men should put
at the Fairview Hotel when in
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVERYTHING
imp.
Qeo J. Skeekar*
frop
.,;',]
Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
 ®	
The  Undersigned having   taken   thi-; (U'"
known  and  comfortable   hotel  invito '',''
patronage of all old customers and the po',l|C
generally,
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CK-A^
l'liruiiei'-lK-nt-Mi and oomfortnbl.v
furnished rooms,
> FIRST CLASH MEALS   WELL  8ERVED-
I   Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor.
yv Th insl' i» thanksgiving
|, ,„ok a trip to Ohesaw
(returned from Kelowna
„f Rendell,   was in
attended county court
ss last week.
jjei „f Book Creek,  wan
ek'a visitors u» biwn.
■Idway. oil Sepl.Wtb, the
Jackson of a daughter.
,,.„, of OftMOn, wiih a vis-
,- during tl"' Pa8t wcbk'
Uollector of Customs at
I spent a few days in town
[mirk in at present io the
roenwoud, nufferfug trout
t,0pe has returned to Mid*
ending a tew days in tlie
■avetion,
ul' the Hnn of Cousins
Irani.--,  liauip  McKinney,
un Friday.
tuf phoenix, was in Mid-
ek, loading * carload ol
,l from A. Hopper.
lti proprietor of the Na*
,i,i.iiwnnd, registered at
hotel on .Saturday.
Ilu'i'iiinn and Slrouss have
uing asse.-siiient, Murk
tK-rtiea up tbe West Cork,
dcreoii Oftme In frnui the
, last week, where lm lias
It the summer Ht carpenter
| that Robt, Wood Iw* ae-
|i,.,,m ui the Rendell town*
avertun, frotoMeew*. Hell
mn, formerly manager ol
Hank of Commerce, was
tun Saturday night's train
tl.
land BO men commenced
juriuux un ihe Standard
pany'. smeller al  Buuud-
Mi Midway,
luingsof tbe county oourt
al (iiii'inviinil nn lm sd is,
Iiii. and ai Grand Porks
uvea  DUth,
i .ur;   In-  aniviil   tr	
ke iin- i ' "ition Of i lieii'i-i
.it iu. Hritish I'nluinl'ia
ji iny's mnelter*
iiu- "i tV. H Wllleox, edi
'hoeuix Pioneer, aud Mi-s
[onl, .il-.ii of l'lu"'iiix. will
tu ii Wednesday al Pboe-
justify the opening ofa liranch there,
but it is hoped thai us the town grows
trade will Increase sufficiently to keen
it going.
The moving pictures  exhibited liy
the  Warwick Trading 0 pany, lu
Nolile.s Hall last, Monday ninlit drew
a large audience. The pictures were
all new ami rtprescnted a number uf
up-to-date win   scenes,   which   were
greatly  enjoyed.   Tl iilerluliiiiieiii
was under the nianagi nt uf .1. (Ins
grove which largely accoonied for in
success.
The Boundary hotel narrowly escaped heing destroyed hy Iir ie day lasl
week. A pot of lard, which was sit,
ting nn tin'sl'ive. became Ignited. The
flames sunn spread, ami the whole
house wnuld shortly have been nn fire
had It nnt been for Ihe timely n sisl
ance rendered by Mr, Alex. McAuley,
who eeelug smoke issuing from lhc
kitchen Immediately limbed in tbat
direction, mul after much difficulty
succeeded In extinguishing the hlase
The Nelsnn .Miiu'i' states thai a com
liined locomotive ami Hilary Bliowplun
to he kept in continual service uvei
the Canadian PaclHc branches in thi
Boundary country during the wlntei
season was shipped from Toronto for
Nelsnn on September Oth, and ll Is ex
pi'iicil that ii will airive ihere iln-
week.   In this Reel Ion nfth nntri
tbe ordinary wing plow bas lieen used
in ihe past, and many difficulties were
encountered, especially in connection
wiih heavy snow -iiil**.-. Thu new plow
bl the only one of its kind thai will be
in use ill tilt- west.
What might have proved a fatal ac-
I'iilciii happened Iji->i Wednesday night
to Bobby Robinson, of Beaverton, He
went to bed upstairs al Ihe Crowell
llu ue, ami while asleep raised the
window and jumped out, Thc noise
'ttru icil ilu- attention of Mr. Cronell,
who found the unfortunate man in
greal  pain,   He was al once removed
in ih,-1 so and Di. Oppenheimer 'a.-
■nou in attendance. It waa found Hiatal
though badly shaken up and bruised
there wero iin Itones I r ken. After
careful nursing Mr. tloliinsnn was able
to lie around In a few days, little the
worse for hi* midnight atlventure.
f
±m»jz
|
a
At the Sawyer Brothers livery barn will be found
good single and double drivers, ladies' and gentlemen's saddle horses, and complete packing outfits.
Parties to the West Fork country given special
attention.
Daily stage to Greenwood carrying passengers & Express
SAWYER BROS.,
LIVERYMEN,
MIDWAY, B. C.
U)0OPOOOOO00^
There is no better investment at
the present time than Midway property. Those who bought in Spokane a
few years ago have since made fortunes. Midway is the Spokane of the
Boundary Country. It is the coming
metropolis of the interior. Trains will
be running into Midway in a short
time and the prices of lots will go up.
Invest now and make money.
For prices and terms apply to
the midway company, Ltd.!? FUNERAL DIRECTORS anil EMBALBRS.
Large Stock.   Low Prices.
************
■_?. Ha.   G-TTI-Xa-EI'Sr Ss   CO.,
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD.
. M.GULLEY&CO.
Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums.
fo
fo
fo
fo
fo
fo
The Central Hotel
llth St., Midway, B. C.
Thi
s is a
fo
fo
fo
_____M
_abort llmt'Btto .1. (;. MeMyi n niei I'."
with nn nn■iili'iii Ipi'|'.vi.|'u lln' luprini j/jj
ranch and Midway, He was driving A
ii'iiiu nf horses al Isdied lo n hay huler, i jli'i
when Ihe neckynke hrokc, lln wns'
nn ihiu in cnntrnl   the  lenses,   whii li
-i.uU.1 down iii'- hill ai n g 1 pace.
Mi. McMynn Insl hin i nlanceai l i
Ir,nn hia seal, lull managed >■ :
■oi imn ml mi the fnuil nf thc I aler,
which prevented li in frnui helim crush
nil i'v tin undcrstihi lure if il:.' nm
rliiiir The horsi - slow ul up In uuiking
the a-., mil nf lhe nesl lii I. n few yards
'lisiiiui. and Mr M Mynn sure Iml in
regaining his seat. II" escnp .1 injury
other than n few bruises, imt had In
failed Ui hnl I "ii tntbe rod, , hlrh he
grasped in fulling, be would ino*.l cer
tainl) b ive been killed, a, iln nxle i (
i lialer is lm) ii few Inches fnun tbe
ground, and nol high enough in pass
over n man,
VV,   If.   Mclnnts
*•-*>*»»»»*£€«:*£*?«-
new three-storey Intel, comfortably
rU
I'. L, S„ Ims let tie eon
liu. Imlldlug nl' the Weal
■ruin Westbridge to Beaver*
|i rk will hv oommeneod im
- mil -tnii   running
li   Insl.   Trains   will
III nay ,n I III i. m. and ih-
, milium uk in Midway
lmd, ('. I.. Thotuet, ti. 1).
mui I'. Heldstab left In
isperting trip in the sum*
tlkimagiln   and   Kettle
the recent visil  nf Judge
be district,   Frank  Davis,
nl A.  Ilnppi'i oompleled
■arrangements  required  of
me British s.lbj.T.S. ,,.,.„,,..,.„„„.,,,.„ I. is ,	
"«,oI Grand Porks, wns in S,.,||,,I,I,,1I| Un the 10th Insl. The Lesi
.Thunday, having ootua in mB,inB of ruaohing tha rich agrlmiltu nl
"iiilLiiiit'iMi, when he li"*, i.niis hetween here and Republic and
lugonaevcral properties onLwU1id Uhesaw Is liy means nf tir
hmiain hi which Iu* te Inter*, (',,]|,nii,ii & Westt<riias far as Midway,
[und ns much nf the heal landU jiii
threshed on Msranch nne across the Intcmatlo ial liound.iry line
art. 'i'ii,. remit ,,f tin' day i ,eitlers will nol have far tn move th-u-
feeds hy wiigiui.   H.nl' D  B	
JlitsUthe Hrsl grain that land Mr. Peters think thai the rush
freshed on the bill above \ will be very large, and an much ut ine
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   I ■
veeks should witness a great
the activity uf this see ion o
fo
fo
fo
fo
,\
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'fe.
furni-.l.i il thriiu^lioutl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The nearest house to the Railway Station.
most convenient hotel for railway travellers.
*999»9»Wi«C«i<j**
Rooms.
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| The Travellers Insuranee Co,.. 1
I TYTrnTTrrrmTTT I
.... Of Hartford. Conn. $
iti
Good
1  Good Table. %
Good Liquors. W
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Se DAHL, Proprietor.     J
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Chartered 1S03.
Stock Life nnd
Accident Insurance.
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^T IS 33
MIDWAY   SAWMILL
SSl'KS the best life insurance
contracts iu the world. Nn
ii> disappiilntinent as to dividends,
^ Rverything guamnteed in ad*
t vauce, Premiuni rales 15 to 2:")
$ per cent less than those nf nld
. line .Muimil t'ninn'inU'ij.
w
il* -I	
«   The Traveller Oomhinalion Ariident Policy guarantees foraecidenuil
(-, nndei' ordinary conditions.
Il\    DmUli Bflliofll      ...     .     . $4 000 I 1*8*1 of IllRht Hand     .     . »2,500
tLosu of Sight of Both Eye-     . .on.) i I/iss of Leg at or nboro Knee  . 2.500
-    Lossof Both Heel or Both Hands 5,1)00 | l/)s« of l«ft Hand     .   .     . 1,0011
X    Low of Ono Hand mid Ono Koot 5.000 , Uns of Eii Iut Koot    . 1,000   ^
«   Pormnnent Tolal Disabil ty 2 suc> I Low of night of Ono Ky« .     . . 6S0  Jg
ASSETS	
January ist, 1897, <g
$20,884.53 I
LIABILITIES, .. 17,910,360.29 I
SURPLUS   .... 3,976,424.3(1 J
.  *
^^^^^^^^^^_   gi'iii'i'iil
reightHgml fnr tha Oanndiiiu I'm iii.'
Railway, with headquarteia at Wmni
peg, and !■'. W  Peters, district rrelgh
agent for Kool nny and Yale, were iu
Midway on Friday,   Thjy arc on a
.general tour of Inspection, nnd are
I paying particular attention in nrrnng
' iuj* for the great rush inn ihu (Jolvill
reservation when ii Is thrown open tu
LequifiiC & Powers, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
I
Limits of   Weekly Iiideninity $ 1,300.
jj AND, If such injuries are sustained while riding as a passenger in *fj
if) any passenger conveyance using steam   cable,   nr   electricity ns a (ji
T motive power the amount to he paid   Bhall be DOUBLK the .sum Jg
J specified 111 the clause under which the claim is made. -*.
I Cost $52 A vear  to  Professional  and   Business |
_               Men.and Commercial Travelers.
Idway une day last week on change
I   limn   Ihe   .Siniilk.i 11, j I H ^^^^^^^^^^
r have been dnin-•---»- m I   Yesterday morning n party nl I
JH AND LEE!
LATH unci SHINGLES, SASHES
Band Sawingand Job Work done to order
Telephone No. 12.   Telephone orders receive prompt
attention.
*
I Other sums at proportionate rates
i   AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BltlTISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAV II. 0.  ♦
♦ ♦
♦♦♦ ****************X******99999*X990*91)99******** ***
^ Midway Horse Pasture,
T. M. GRAVES, Prop.
P,
>■ »unMdoingOMessmrnti    xeeteruny morning « i""" •"
'" 'of properties In lhat a offlolnls arrived hyspc Inl liahi i"
which they are Interested.    Midway,  The parly conBiftedol l s,
I  'abaughnewy, president i It. M.H'pole,
supi'i'inli'iidi'iil ul Iho I'acilic division,
Vancouver *, R. E. Aiiki'b, '•• " °*Wr'
\V ll. Miittbews, dliwloiM, Toronto ;
won. chief engl * i Win.
west of
"I Nelson, whn formerly
*"'«•■ of the Jenokes Machine
nl Shorbrookc, Quo., was
!>' J'i-li'iilay un his way fnun
"TKinnoy, where he has beeu |T. A. Pett	
I'i™ with the Installation of White, manager of all unci 	
1 Fort Wllllalti 1 W. R. Baker, executive
P. F. (iliUln, land
lv on the Cariboo.
Pro>., contractors, who recent*
^'led the large  husiness block
•'■'•avesand W. Vuiil Wil-
■noenlx, have been given the
u"' 'hi' erection of three oot.
I""' '"in ployees and also
luitlon tu the Ironsides hotel.
Pi of roruda, son of our towns*
f Bain, is nt, peesi nl, in Mid.
{'"" «t nn,. lime operated one of
l'"""* I" tins office, Inn came to
f'usltlil thill the,,. wilB mow
""""'"n-   lln is nnw Interest-
'''"'i valuable properties In
np,
^""•-■I'-li.S., win, lust yenr
|'i*'il in ru-staklng tho Midway
'  '" present tielug on ihe
'" Wellington and Green-
f ,'P" i" the survsyod mineral
""' lu I'linveynnei! tiilhet'. It.
,; '" lh" right Of way. He is
pi"nK it Phoenix,
Itorv   'e VB a ,",H,l '""'
m   >' Ihu enterprlslngflrra 6f
ll.
ngenl, Winniueit :1
commissioner, Winnipeg; Qeorii
Ham, general advertising ngtuit, Mon
treal; (i. McL, Brown,executiveiigent,
Vancouvei'.; J. ll. Sulllviin, iia.-istiuil
mgineer
eniisii'iuii'in, Trail; Oapt.
The Pioneer Newspaper of the
Boundary  District   only
S2.00 per year.
Is prepared to
fill all orders
for fob Printing at lowest
rates consistent with good
work.
Pack a^d Saddle Horses for  Sale.
If.vou linvclost ii   horse,   send mo the brand and If is In tho
country It will be found.
TERMS   KOH   PASTURING  KUKl  PER MONTH.
Single horse* delivered In Midway, J5.00 per month,   Two nr mon'. delivered
iu Midway, each $4 per mnnth,
THOS. WAKE
FALLS HOTEL...
PROPRIETOR.
Win. St, Q'lintlii hns n
consiglimeiil nl fresh c nnly.
dn lllrgo I next of tbo lnrgo Ij .ory llarn M Mulway n.nv
ri'iiiril I.i .si'vyi'i- Urn-, lii'iii li. In- paid
lllnlllhll inftilvnnco.
K, JACOBS.
• Knnteiiay
J. W. Ti pa, engineer fot
Boundary ;  F. T, O'lielitia,
the Knnti'iiiiy and
nl  ,1.  S    l.iwiviii'i'.
mid   th
chief engineer fm
the llniindni'V, nl^^^^__
trainmaster. With the patty w«"
I„ Trei'lniiiii. barrister, Turontii, «
lthew, Thev came sir."-'!" Il:'"r:;'
rrom Grand Forks, this being the mil.'
town nt wbich they Biopp-d mi me
wny. Alter looking over the town and
taking In the beautiful scenery nl lbe
Kettle river they departed on their
louiueytotheonast, going «« "•»" M
Robson last night, On tbelf way oui
tho train slowed up at Uieenw...id iu
order to let off a couple of passenger.*
Thiswiis the Hrsl  vi-il  of Piesldeul
__S___S____i^S^_____»- F,,|,l;,.
jf the
ml
JUST RROEIVKD Something neat
in lliviliil.liill iji.'il- nml Hull Pro-
gt'iumues, ni
Till! ADVANCE Office,
c,P\l)
..  ..
iThe Advance g
___-_-_■
FARM FOR SALE.
CONTAINING About MOAO-iw, Thin prop-
urty In sltuntod on Hiq Hlmllhamoon IMv-
or,half amtlofroni tho I', s, bouwlnry, Half
wny botwoon U»ti)t«, ITAlrvIow and Karouionn.
11 In on Lho Approvod route of Ibo O, I'. K., nnd
Micro win undoubtedly bo connection botwoon
i!ii> and VmoHcnn llnon, m* there hMhocun
pn liniinnry nurvoj' with thnt objocl In vtow,
sin.k, 1'inp. Iiuplomoutx And ItouHobobl oflbcl*
io in*-ui.l with nald proporty. •
AddroHR ur onqulro nl
KAIRVtKW CU8TOM8 0FPICK,
u hi. li is un lho proporty. iin
The  hotel i*. centrally locaied and is a stopping place  for stagn. lines
Good HshiiiK In tbe vicinity.   Oood stabling.
A vn„iftv pi* the choicest brands ol'liquors and cignrs at the bar
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, B. 0.
TIMBER NOTICE.
tt  ■■'   -TAKK NiiTli'K Ihal Jin.lin-iifi.nljili'tin
n,.;.      I    t.'ii.l  iiiiiIjIiij;  npiillciillnn   In tho Chief
»m.V    I'.iiiiiniMsliiiiri- i.f I.u. i- mil Winks for lIlTllli-
 -I....1 1 1
abaughnessy to Midway nnd b
Inflowing terms of the futui
town,
'   "
 ■__ .	
jo..""  ■'.. *,4g^^r?I--•»«—°'Mo0uddyV,r^Mooannv.
$M    ''[     . , 'i-i::  Z:Z\      l- ..IV, B, C. AxgtA * » "P
,.:;,:,j;j:j,;,    ,     ■   -^rtt-i.-^      I
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City  Boundary Crkek, B. C.
We have opened Ihe ahovo hnlel at Oreenwood Oity, ana are prepared
in welcome guests unit provide good accommodation.   Good Catering,   First
class Livery Stable.
J W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR '~riUlH.ll' IM 1 II l| ll ' 'X  X   ll UJIIIJ1.
Ifotioi
Yft,, tftf
,le Mt Me
Vf'fVf
Me Me.
i-i kii.j Mihkhai. Claim.
Situate In  Osoyoos MlnliiR Division of Yale
Ulstrict.   Where Located:   Al Fairvlew.
TAKE NOTICK thai  I. Ohnrlos .li' Blois
(li'ut'ii. a- ngeill fm- tlooivo A. Gliosis,
froo miners iei'.uii-.iii'  No.   H-liilii.  Intond,
nixiy iliiyn from iln' dato   hereof, to apply
lu   lln- Miiiini; lltrnnlrr for  a riTliiliMtc of I __________________________
luiprovoinents, im- the  purposo of obtaining I from tho dato horoof. toapply to tho Mint
ji Crown Kin ii i ni ilir jiliiiYi'i'iiiim. Icoidorforn ocrlllioaloof Improvomenw, mrtuc
Anil furihor lako notloo thnl action, undor! purpwo of obtaining u i 'row n grout of Un
.notion::;. muM !"■ commoncod bofore iho tan-1 ulxivei'lnlm.
niici'iifiiii'li oertlfloato of  improvomonts.
WOTIOB
Hm Urn Min: ii ai. Claim.
Situate In the Kettle Rlvor MinhiB Division ol j *£X
Ynlo District. Where local ed j l.'jiniii W/j?
McKinney. y,i,y,i,
TAKK NOTICK thai I, Vf. II. Norris, fnr I '•>*'£
inysolf, froo minor's cortllloato N'u. IBIIS, J*;*Jvi
nml uu numu for A. Megntw, froo minor's oertl-1 :I* :|:
ili'jiii' Nn. 083(8,and Mr-. 1.M.Macdonald,froo £_-£_
miner's oerlillooto No. HiiiH'.ii.iiit.ii.l.'ixij ilnys  y;   '
vptp
..-il'.
tf ti,
Me Me
«» *!*.
niuwAif,D.u
Beautifully situated at the eontanee of Boundary Creek and Kettle Bivt.
Datod this 'Jul h ilny if August, 1000,
ITo CHAS, null. (IKKKN-.
.   And further lako noftoo Unit aolion, hhiIit ; *!wj?
[ section 37, niii-t bo ooiniiioiiood bofore tin-   v**.v-
i 'ir'i?
Mesli
Vf'.fi
*!».*•'*
MINERAL ACT 1896.
lssuanoe of such oortlfleato nf linprovuinants.
Datod this SOth dny of August, 1000.
llii' Vf. II. NOIIt.'IS
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
ste Me
Tr'fc
Me Me.
Oertlfloato   of Improvements. 10crtlflcBte   of   fmprovo.iionts. | ;j[f
w
Hill
HOTIOB.
Mll'l'VIIIJIt MINERAL I'l.AIM.
NOTIOB.
^—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^J WHITE KNIGHT MINERAL CLAIM.        _____
Sltuato   in tho   Osnyoos Mining Division   siimle ln the Osoy00s   mm Dlvtslon of   3» $
ol' Yale   District.   Where Locatod: Kruger ;      Yalo District.   Where located: On Km-	
Mountain. I      »<"' Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK Hint 1. Chns. DoBlols Groon   TAKK NOTIOK that I, Obns. doBlolilOrcpn, \ xpTp
asngonl tore. II. Ai doll froo minor's  ,1    aotliig as  ngonl  for frank   II,    Unl-
I'l'iiulniir   Nn.it'lS'.'a. Intend,   sixty   days   aston,    In liners   ciriiilriiii' Nn.  S880S,
from the dato hereof, to iippli to tho Mining Intond, sixtj flays frnm tlio date horoof, lo iKAji
Recorderfoi ;i 1 iriiiiniiini linprovomonU fnr applj tothe Mining Itooordor for a (Jorllfloate I *p'f
lho purpose ol obtaining a Oronn Qranl oftho 0| Improvomenw, for the purpose of obtaining AIAAf*
v,. , Iniin ll t'l'nwn Oranl nf llu- nlinvi' I'lllilil.
'P *P
<p *f
y.'J.'.
tf ti,
tf tern
Me tie
''P'P
Me Me
IIP
«mp McKinn
rlnllll.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ __
Anilfurlhoi take notloo thai notion, umlor1 Ami furthor tako notloo that aotion, undor
Boottoii 'c. musl I..- commoncod boforo tho soclion "7. must in' oommonood boforo tlio
Issuancoofsuch Ccrtlfloatoof Improvomonts   1 lssuanoe of suoh Certifloate of Improvements.
Datod this 17th dny of April, A, D. 1001), I   Datod this Will day it Juno, 1000.
('HAS. Hull. (IKKKN.    I   70 CIIAS. ni.ll (IKKKN.
Mineral Aet 1896.
Certiiicate of Improvements.
HJTQ___!_3,
PBACOCK ami lliJiiii.iuii'i .MiNun.il, Claims.
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yalo Ulstrict   Where located : On K"u- :
fe-ci' Mountain.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of   Improvements'
NOTIOB.
.St. .Idiin Minkiiai,Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Minlna- Division of
Yale  District.    Whero lucnted
Fairview.
'P'P
Me Mi
......
tf, ...
M e_ \l»
/;>;■*
Me Me
'ffT'tf,
Me Me
A/tv
Sle tie
'\'t
Me xle
y.a.i.
ILL BE The most imP°rtant milway town in the Kettle River Mining
The Western Terminal and Divisional point of the Columbia & Western
The  Wholesale  Supply  and   Manufacturing  centre  of the   Kettle   Kiver
Creek  Districts.
The distributing   point  for   Upper   Keltic  River,   West   Fork   and  C
mining camps.
The nearest Railway town to  Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain and
Northern  Washington mining camps.
The   leading  residence  town   in    the   country,  with  an  excellent   climate,  pure
M supply  and  favorable sanitary conditions,
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
division.
Railway,
■oundary
ner
wate
HKN'li tOU MAI'S. I'KICKS AND KUI.I, l'AKTtcri.AIIS TO
TAKK   NOTICK thnt I.  Chnrlos doBlols
Qrocn, an ngonl inr William Kollor, free i _, .,.,. ...,™,,,_. ,, ,, .  „„, , _,,,_, ,.., -,
minor i eiirtlfloftta No. U5707,   (or Ueomo I TAKK NO 1  K thai I. 1 total sinrj  Hull.
F.iK'l.   freo   miners  oerttlloato  No.   b58S,    ■ ..•'* i'H'.!" ■,'l\!';'lmi" , \'"f- f"T ,""'.'''"'
Intond, sixty ilay» from th ito hereof, lo   ™,rtl'K j"'j "?'"l'.1*"!"!''.'Vrl,'s,s'tt'.'• ,w
i, . "v io Hi.' Mining Itecordor i ir xx 0 rtUoato ml""?.OT "}''" " £0. ul' ""■'"'■ ^'i.'tt-
oi Improvi ments, oi ibo pui p iso of obtaluing ! \\'"" ho 'la"' bS™h '", JPR-T.'" ""' •Mlml5
n Crown Gram of lho .•■ ofnhns. i    I i<'';"fl''' <"'■ " <''' nh.'nii' of Improvomente,
,...,., .. ,       for llli'  nir insi'of oblnllilli*l n l.l'nivti itl'illll nt
Anil furllior niki' nnti.'o Hint  nclion undor | _o abovo claim
BL "'"''»=?::;,,, THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd.1 -
'ikf^w'wtw'c ____\____w____________________m^^m      ',"•'•8
i 'i*. «if tf ff tf t'f ti* ff tl* t'f tl, f'ftir*i?t'f tl, t'f t'f t'f fffiril, tf ti, t.n'f *iw!" /,, «j» •*■> «i» »•*. <»» «»v »i» t,, ff «■*. *■» «■».,, «;> 'iflwiwiwir.iJva
J-KOONK.
iti'iii fnr llrilisli Columliia,
Midway, II. c
.-(.'lion:i"tuns' i.r'''itjiii.i'i.ii'.l bofore the Issu
niiiji-of such Cerlillcate of Improvomonta.
Dated Ihis 17thday of .Inly, 1900.
ISO OHAS.DKB. OKKKN.
And I'n rl her take notico thnl action, undor
seotion 37,musl bo commenced bofore tholssu*
ance of such Cortiflcato of Improvomeiits.
IIIIKKKI' STIIKV HAI.h.
Datod this Uth day of May, 1000,
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificntc   of   Improvomeiits
W. H.WEBB,
o__ Practical ^s*
j,„;^cA^rsaSiW^     AND CARRIAGE
fr.init.iiJJlatJ'licroiif.lniipiilytnlhclliiiiii'iKiv! rlnUU '     nl,U     UniVIVinUl-
BUILDER.
IfCTICB. |
OPULENCE M1HERAL CLAIM. j
Situate In tho Osoycos Mining Division of i
Yale Dlstriot,   Where  located:   Here.
meos Crook,
TAKK NOTICK Ilmi I. Cha... doBlols Oroon
provements, for ilv
Crown   (Iniin of tin;
corderfor n cert ill cnl
pu 'po    of o'otalntnt
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
And furthor take notice thai action, undor
seotlon   :'A. i i   be commenced before tho
Issunnci of -1 li certlficateof Improvemeots,
Datod this 10th daj of June, 1900.
Ti' CIIAS. liElll.OIS (IKKKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of   Improvements
Votlce
Rl i' u,ou MiNKIUl Claim.
Sltunto In the Kettle Itiver Mining Division or
Yale  District.   Whoro  located:  Camp
MoKlnnoy.
TAKK NOTICK thai I, Ohio.doB. Qreon,
ns agonl for Duncan Donald, tn-.-
minor's cortlfloato No. B30736, intond. *ixiy
days from tii" date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Itecordor fora Cortlnoato ol Improve-
uionte for tho purpose nf obtaining a Orown
Qranl nf tho above claim.
And further take notloe tlmt action, undor
st'ctinii :I7. musl   bo c menoed liefore tho
lssuanoe of sueh Cortiflcato nf Improvements.
Dated this l.'th tiny of Juno, IIKW.
7r ('MAS. dell. OKKKN.
Midway, B. C.
Repairing
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
|3?' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
Ad Ideal Residence Town,
Buy a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice. Pure
air and water, beautiful scenic
surrounding's, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families.   Try it.
kicks and Terms
I* ok
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO., LTD.
R. H. PARKINSON.
Provincial I.mid Surveyor.
X|i/   Architect and
_1_L  Civil Engineer...
i''in;ii|<'inl,
INv,-il Estate,
1 iisur.'ii|<'<* and
M Lning Ager|t.
«j:jvi)'|akv    lM'in.ii :.9om
1 nil view 'I'liu-iiHit.' Airi'iit.
—    .*.-   - -
.. . ADDHXflB . ..
It. H. PA.RKINSOK,
K.unvn.w. B.o,
(', n'i',.H],oiiili'non Bolioltocl,
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.
MIDWAY, B. C.
WASHINGS   CALLED   FOR  ANI)
DKl.lVlillKli.
-ricuH   Moderate.
St, Luke's Home,.
A Private Hospital
and Nurses Home.
OPPEI HtlMER St., Vancouveii.
Mi>illi'nl,Si,rf{ii'itl miilMiilnifi'iyOUIM
i rivi'il.  Tni'ins i—  I'livu**!'   Rooms,
|18 |ii'i-   week j   Bed!   iii   Wiiril*,  Kill
per week
NutMtMnl Into the country m tbe
usual   oharga*,   telegrami mcdvlng
Innii'iliiiti' ntli'iitinii.
All »|i|ilii'ntious tn he made in
KISTIOIl KltAN(i:s.
Spokane F
Railway
Nelson k Ft.
K.UI.v,.'
il
Subscribe  for
THE MICE
Kaii '.
Tlii'iiiil\ nil mil rniili
nil polnti Must, V\ I'ltMM
In    RoMlund,    ' i'Im'ii nil
liiti'iinrilljiii  polnti [tm
Ing nt S|iiik'ini' uilli III'!
Northern, Northern I'wllj
<). It. A, S. ( n.     I
Connects n! Nil."'  » '.'■ :hi «
Knslnaiul sll Ko.itn.iJ UkipoW
Connects st Mi..'-   '
for Republic, and      •'      ""J"l
stjiui' il.uli for I <\
IBPOKANK
ims si, ash
nri_on
The pioneer newspaper in the Boundary district s
Only $2.00 a Year.
- MIDWAY-
iverside Addition.
Jyst a Word!        ^^^^^^mm^^m
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FEET. PRICES REASONABLE.
For terms and all other information apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C Camp McKinney, B. C
We
Printl
On good d
|| and in theflf
mm
approved
LETTI K HEl
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEAD!
ENVELOPES J
STATEMEN1
POSTERS
BUSINESS Wi
CALLING CA1
BLANK FORt
of an) \tt]ti
BILL OF SAH
Mineral'
SURVEYORS'
^ Affidavh
m
nrins
etc
A Trial Order 1^
AnnnKfls i—
TKe /^
.Mil'
iv.iv.
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