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Vol. I. No. 84.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1003.
$2.00 per Year.
STOCK TAKING
4 s a yil
Our Stock Taking Sale will be
continued for two weeks more, as
we have a few Odd Lines still left
and wish to clean them out
BOY'S SUITS
Now is your chanee to save twenty live eeots
oo every
$aoo suits for |6.oo   j   $4-»5   suits   for fe20
$5.00 suits   for $375   |   $3.00  suiU   for $2.25
jTmcnicol.
Premier Prior issues Manifesto
to the Electors  of
West Yale.
Premier Prior 1ms  ishikmI 11
three-column manifesto to the
electors of Went Ynle, in which
he urges them to support the
Government candidate in order
to   obtain   stable government
for   British Columbia.   Refer-[
rin),' tb a matter of grunt interest to the electors of that constituency, namely the delay in
issuing the writ, the  Premier
says that it arose through   no
fault of his own, and he is sure
that no one is injured thereby.
The important matter of provincial finances Ib dismissed  io
a brief paragraph,  containing
promises of rigid economy, retrenchment,   etc.   The greater
part of the document is taken
up with tlte negotiations to obtain better terms for the  province front tbo Dominion  government.    The     government's
railway policy is  defended on
the plen tbat by aiding railways
the province will thereby be able to prevent the employment
of Chinese labor in their con-
itruction.
Several railway schemes and
also a system of light railways
are mentioned indefinitely, and
mention is made that the policy
of granting land subsidies to
railways will be continued.
The only definite statement in
the manifesto is that tlie government intends to re'-ennct
the Alien Immigration nets,
recently   disallowed.
Nomination day in West Ynle
will be February lOth, and the
election will take place on the
2fith inst., the writ being returnable by March 2nd.
tary, Charles Wilson;   treasurer, A.   11.  McNeil:   conductor,
T. Pickard; guards, W. McDonald and (ioogK Well wood; chaplain, Thomas Gainer;  trustees
Philip     McDonald,      Duncan
Campbell nnd Fred   Munn.   A
large   delegation   of    visiting
Eagles from Phoenix and Grand
Forks were present to assist the
deputy grand president in forming the new aerie.    After the
election and installation of officers were disposed   of a grand
social session was held in Eagle style, songs and speeches' contributed greatly to the pleasure
of those taking part.   The new
aerie promises to become one of
the strongest secret soc eties in
the town, and to W. E. Mornnil
is due much of the credit of its
organization, be   having   been
untiring in his efforts to secure
its institution.
j claim, front which between ?{&,
000 and ^20,000 worth bf hk'.h
grade ore was taken last yon:'.
Crofton Smelter to Blow In.
The Crofton smelter, on Vancouver island, in wliieh Messrs.
Breen, Fothergill and Bellinger,
of Spokane are interested, is
about to start up again, after
the closedown which was necessitated liy the lawsuits over the
Lenora. The owners have
made arrangements whereby
continuous operation can lie secured for some time to come.
W. M, Brewer, the ore buyer,
has secured a large tonnage
from White Horse, in the British Yukon, and from Mount
Richards, ou Vancouver island,
The company has also been in
negotiation tor ore from South
America.
Working the Helen   Claim.
J. Wiltnhurst and two other
men are working on the Helen
claim, at Anaconda, twdor.a
working lease and option to
purchase. Tbey are drifting
and stuping, nnd purpose shipping a car of ore ahoul: the end
of next month. The vein varies
'rom 10 to 15 inches of high
grade quartz, with values in
gold and silver, 'i'he property
is owned hy the Boundary-
Helen Gold .Mining Co., nf
Greenwood, but it has not heen
Worked by the conipany since
1897.
The Wedding Party.
"Tlie Wedding Party," by
Kowloski, the picture selected
by tiie Free Press. Winnipeg,
and given to the n aileis of (lie
Weekly Free Press in January
illustrates the Polish form ofa
custom wliieh exists in almost
every civilize tl and scmi-civiliied
country.
The painting reproduction
presents a scene full of life, gaiety, laughing faces, bright color
and lively movement which
combine to give the Rcene a
I character of joyousuess and "go,,
seldom found in pi< torial representation8-
Alfred Kowloski vonWierusz
was b< rn at Biiwnlki, Poland in
lS-lu. and was •» pupil of the
academies of Warsaw, Dresdcu
I
\r\ OTHiNir SC8rtoin1^ p|g! Cold
' I        But good warm Clothing will keep you warm any W
* dav.    Don't go around (shivering  in cheap, shoddy .A
* Clothes, but calLin ah<^..;get goods that will defy the .$
§ winter's chilly blast.: K costs but very little more, and •'' ,
% . " . . . A
i besides vou will look like something in an    up-to-date W
* Suit   of Clothes or Overcoat.    Purchase now and en- tti
Ei.
BOOTS
&
SHOES
AND
1ROCERIES
joy the winter, it is liable to last a long time.
ii
. ith injioubt I
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As to where to buy your footwear, call on us.   A £''
trial purchase and you, become our regular customer. A
Good quality and low. prices combined never fail to m
1
If y©u ore going t© \mp 1
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it
Year's res©-1
The Zala M.
The Zala M. is said to be looking fine nnd producing some
fine looking ore, a envlond of
which was shipped Inst week
and there will be moro going
out right along. There is a
good force of men at work on
the property nnd it is being put
inn very good shape to turn
out ore.
Tlie Pearl Gold Mining & Milling compuny is operating on
the Pearl group of claims with
three ineu, driving a tunnel,
which is now in ahout 25 feet
and has crosscut a 12 foot vein
of very handsome looking
quart/,, identical in general
character and appearance with
the Zala M. oro, and it carries
equally as good values. Tbe
tunnel will be driven to intersect n crosscut lend on the same
property, The Pearl group lies
west of the Zala M. and hits n
parallel vein wbich crops out a
full dsstance of 2500 feet on
three claims of the group—the
Pearl, the Prince und the Howard Fraction. The Inst named
carries the cross lead, and there
is a shaft following down on it
50 feet, nil the way on good
shipping ore. The main vein
has been prospected by several
open cuts, and from these assays
as high as $10 iu gold and 300
ounces of silver have been obtained.
Good Ore on the Elkhorn.
Jas. Sutherland and Phil McDonald, who have  a working
bond on  the Elkhorn mineral
claim, situate north of (ireenwood and just outside the city
limit, and owned by C. L.Thoinet
of Midway, arc meeting  with
more   encouragement as they
make progress with their prospecting work on the clnim.   In
December they commenced sinking a prospect shaft   between
the old workings nnd the Elkhorn  brewery, following   the
vein down.   For about 39 feet
there wus little ore of nny account, but nt thnt depth a narrow paystreak of clear quartz,
carrying zinc and galena, with
gold and native silver showing
in places, came in,    At 42 feet
in depth this pnystrenk   is five
inches in width of high   grade
ore. besides which there is about
a foot of poor ore, chiefly quartz
mineralized with iron and a little
zinc nnd galena.   The vein being
sunk on is confidently believed
to be a continuation of the lead
in   tbe   adjoining   Providence
and Munich. His "Hunting
Seine," sold at the Morgan sale
in New York in IfaEG, brought
$22,250.
"The Wedding Pariy" is one
of the hrighest. and will prove
one of tiie most popular, pictures that Ims up to tiie present
been presented to Weekly Froe
Press readers. So highly was
"Tho Wedding Party" thought
of that it was selected as a special Christmas gift to lie he given
to tlte rentiers oi one of the
largest papers in the United
States.
J. C. Haas, M. E,, now oi' Sp >■
knne. hut I'or several years in
the (Ill's engaged in the mining
insiness in the Boundary, i> in
the district on a I'm",night's visit to look after some of his mining interests.
C. V. Semcred has disposed
of his candy and fruit business
in Greenwood an I will sh >rtly
•leavefor Alberta. During the
past season ho handled a large
quantity of fruit grown in tho
American'Okanagan, (hiding a
market for it in tho Boundary
'creek towns and mining camps.
AT
To economise during .903. the best way   of car-1
! rying it out is to purchase your groceries from us, we|
1 will help you to keep it, in fact we will guarantee that |
1 it is kept if your orders are placed in our hands,   be-1
HAIN & CO. 1 cause ot, prices for  choice, fresh   Groceries are sueh |
I that a saving of many dollars during a year is effected. |
Wj . * V   . W
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Eagles Organize at Greenwood.
A. W. Von Rhein, provincial
deputy grand president for the
province of British Columbia,
instituted a branch of the Fraternal Order of Ragles in Greenwood   last    Friday    evening.
About !W of the   charter signers were initiated and Officers
for the ensuing tortn were elected  as  follows:   Worthy   past
president,    James    Mc.Creuth;
president, J. W. Nelson;  vice-
president, II. B. Madden; secre-
99 out of 100
Pairs of hands will roughen and chap during tin: next ft w
months, if they are not taken care of. It is much easier to
keep them soft and smooth than itis to make them so. You
perhaps have a favorite preparation among the following, of
which I have a good supply
Cold  Cream,      Camphor Ice,
Almond Cream, Witch Hazel Cream,
Yellow Vaseline, White Vaseline
Or maybe you have a receipe of your  own   you
would like prepared.
Dr. Hhoop's  Family Medicines in stock.
A. F. Thomas,
Druggist. 0. M. 1*1101 .-1 .
mul Propnelor
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 7,100...
Dr. (loldwin Smith thinks the
time hits come when   Canada
could dispense with the luxury
of a Governor  (ienoral   chosen
from   tho   British   aristocracy
with a salary.of $50,000 p6r annum, iindlloii. Joseph Martin,
iti a spesch delivered boforo the
Liberal   Association   at.    Now
Westminster,    expressed    the
opinion that Canada should ne
mora democratic in its form of
government and  that the   Doniinion senate, a.s now constituted, should iie abolished.   Since
the Governor General is a Viceroy and tha sea tto a   kind of
Canadian 'louse of Lords, those
reforms, i. oarfi id into   eil'eet
would ap i ni. to suggest a sub-,
version ol' the 1'ritjsli system of
government.  Undertlintsystem
it is necessary to have a Viceroy,
und, in our opinion, it is better
to havo a British aristocrat than
a titled  Canadian.   The   latter
is   not  iviuit.   the    Americans
vv mid ("ill. an aristocrat of the
first claa-i,  Royalty   has   given
him a handle ior  his name—a
habit that Royalty has when a
man has risen from   the ranks
nnl become distinguished above
his  fellows   Imt   he  probably
thinks his hlood is of a bin
tint,  than   that  of   tlio people
from whonco ho camp and who,
perhaps,    honored     him   with
th 'ir confidence, and wore more
important factors    in   making
bim what lie   is  thuu Royalty
and   its    titles.    The     British
aristocrat, on tlie other hand, is
tlte  genuine article, the    real
thing, born  thai   way and is.
therefore, not responsible; moreover.; tlvy are usually men of
considerable    ex'] eritmeo   and
ability, even though  officially,
for the mosl part, are mere figure-heads,    They are men   of
independent  moans  to   whom,
people of Civn-
$50,000   i.s   n
he    Governor
Generals, after their terms of
office expire, do a great deal to
keep Canada and it;,  resources
before ila    British  puhlic, and
we owe much   to sueh men its
Lord DuiVeviti and Lord Lome
for 'heir self-imposed  missionary work in tlie old land.   But
m >re important still they are not
embroiled in Canadian politics,
a  most important d.iaidar.'itum.
Regarding tlie senate the present Dominion government and
Sir Will''.' 1 L ni'je.r nr?. 'pledged
to reform it. and no doubt   it
wiil receive due attention when
the lime is ripe for  action.   If
Ilmi. Joseph Martin possesses
anv abundance of special talents
for reform measures, we  would
suggest that lie   take   a   look
over    his   adopted    province.
Our provincial government  is
somewhat    oul    of   joint,   its
stability  is   known    all   over
tin' English-speaking world, and
every person whi bus tho welfare of the province   at   heart
T* WALKER.  PROPRiETOK.
Boooks,        ^Nrs
Magazines
and Stationery
All the best   brands of Cigars and
Tobaccos kept in stock.
tw BRANCH MONEY ORDER OFFICE OF JHE
DOMINION   EXPRESS   COMPANY.
@
Mc MILliN FUR & WOOL CO
Milwaukee k HI. l'aulR.ilw»v,known
nil oviT the Union an Uie firm I Ruil
way -uniting the "I'ionkkb I.imitku'
1'tininn every dny mul'tt'itlitbktwwiii Mf
PunUml dliic-ngn, mid Omaha ana
(iliiciivtii, "The only perfect ti'iiiim in
the woi'ld." Unileratiiml : (Jontuic
tiiiim hiv made wilh AM, TrHiMcon
f.inelitiil Linen, namriiiK U> |MiiiMiug«i.
the liest. service known, l.iixinioiis
cnai'hen, electric, lights, steam heiit, uf
a verity equaled hy no olher lino,
See that yoiii- t.iekei leails viit !'Tbl',
Mll^Viinkee" when going lo any point
in the United Stales ol'j .'unuilii. , All
tiikel agents seM them.
Km'lutes pamphlets orothek intor
niiititiii. address,
lt. I,. I .mi-.. H. S. Ilown, ••    u
Tt'tlV. I'.tss. Aj*l. Utlii'llil A#llK - *
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RETURNS
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WFjIlU.   FOR   CIRCULARS
'., .I..I1IJU.'. l„!_l.i.Jl.-.
P. BURNS & GO.
as well as to tlio
aila 'coll.ctWoly,
paltry   .uni.     '1
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
Markets at: Crreepwood, Orar|d Forks, Phoenix |
apd Midway.
Tiwot Marks
D-SIQNI
.... C0PVBIQHT6 4C.
Aiifnn.Mtiillnii n flketrh nnd rtpwrliiiliin met
niili'kiy auennlii our oelnlon free whether aii
Itivottlliin Wlmiliiitily imtotitnlile. Commutilrft.
Unlit Mrlalnr ninnilmi* Inl. 1 laiidbook on I'eleoU
ai'iit. true. Oltttmt nitoncy for MwrlpKMteiiL.
rmiiiiu talion ttiroui. Mui* I Co. recelfe
timW imMm, wMim* awt, If tie,     i »
$cien#l«iwbti.
A tmnflsomolT Hlnntwtw! weekly.   Inrmt dr-
riilitiluti OI uny MienU0_ limriml.   Turmi. |3 a
HffT-^riiSm
Hnnoh Ottice, m F Bt, Wuhlniiioti, D. C.
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-TO ANO FHOM ALL-
Carrying His flajesty's Hails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturdays,  at 8.30 a, m.,  arriving at
HMf"tocK llWRVat 5 p. hi.
Returning will leave CAMP. McKINNEY 9JJ
Sundays,  Wednesdays and  Fridays at 9 a. 111.,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m.,and making eon*
I necifon WlA' the*-train |oiifc east H-.2pi o'clcClOH
w»
8LJJ
vitjr the*-train goitlg east aj^ps o'cic
-^K '■';
Hm k«*t ,0! aootmmodation for
tin convenience . of  the
travelling public.
. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
—TU ANU KKUin auu—
POINTS EAST "TO0 m9fU
Great
OmW e-y
Northern ■ -Mpftm
"aswi tifu
lol'.bsum
THE BEST HOTEL IN
£9*3 MIDWAY
OOOOOOO
.
when the province consisted
principally of Victoria and New
Westminster and a few other
settlements, but whicli is now
entirely ont of dnte. There is
nil opening for a Liberal lender
in this province, from
which party till important reforms have come, as the history of Canada shows; but if
provincial parties are to be divided on Dominion lines, the respective leaders should disabuse
their minds of any idea that
the people of this province will
tolerate for a moment that
provincial affairs be run as a
kind of side show to Dominion
issues. We have had too many
woul<l-bo statesman already,
forever soaring up above the
clouds, while the practical affairs of the people have been
neglected or left to incompetent subordinates. What did Mr,
Cotton, who in his own opinion,
was a ne plus ultra Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
do towards having the
public lands surveyed and opened up for settlement? He, at
onetime, was very much interested in the all-British cable,
something entirely beyond his
sphere. Mr. Wells, who does
not know enough to recognize
should earnestly consider what;his mvll deficiencies, and who
has spent a good deal of time
negotiating with Mr. (ireen-
shields or someone else who
wants a big slice of the public
what has he done
having the public
lands surveyed and opened up
for settlement? Nothing in this
part of the country at least.
Why vou slmuld liuy
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
HKOAUSE It is the lipst, qiiulity
BECAUSE it is most lasting chew
BECAUSE it is the largest high grade
HI ut Su. plug
BECAUSE lhe tugs are valimhle for
premiums until San. i, 1905
BEt'AUSEyour dealer is muhorlzed
siipssioiiiii be taken to remedy
this state of affairs, We speak
lints plainly of Hon. Joseph
Martin, because he claims to be
the loader of ra party to which I domain,
we have given a life-Ion;;; allcgi-j towards
o.nc.3, though wo lind noiliing to
say ahout the choice of a leader,
nor nre \vi> 11 ware that any of
our neighbors hail. We think
that matter was left entirely to
the larger and vote-producing
comtnunltiesi while the smaller
communities were entirely ig-
iiored, as they usually are, in
this as in oilier matters. Mr.
Marl 11 could very well have
lefl the matte, of lhe Dominion
smate tothe Doniinion parliament, his attack upon this attg-
u U body shows the destructive
tendency of his mind, a most
tlj'sirable faculty at times, but
what this province wants is a
statesman of constructive rather than destructive mental
make-up, one who will modernize our present system of local
government, which was perhaps well enough 20 years ago,
to  refund   vou r inonnv
ou are not siil.isHcd.
THE EMPIRE TOHACCOCO., Ltd.
Editorally Fearless.
Consistently Republican.
News from nil of tho world-Well
written, orlglniil bWIok-AiibwWs
to queries Articles on llinlili. the
Home, New Hookx, anil on Work
Ahout the Knrm and Burden.
The Weekly to Ocean
H m member of tho Associated Pitati,
th« only .Vcfllunt NiiWttprtpur raoqlv*
tug l,hc entire telegraphic news service of the Now York Him nnd uperinl
cable ot thu New York World-daily
repirtK from over Jii.H) special cor-
reHpoiulonta throughout tho connlry.
YEAR   ONE DOLLAR
HnlMcrllN* forTH . DISPATCH uml
The Weekly Inter Oconn one yenr,
Imth pupers for *'i.50.
SHORT LINE
TO
St Haul, Duluth, ninneapolis, Chica o
AND  POINTS KAST
TlireiiKh Piiltieu unit Tonrisl Sleepers
iMiiiiiK mul   Itnlti'l   Sinnktm;   Ulmr)'   riir-j
DAILY TltAINS : . A*T TIMK j SKIlVlcfl
ANU SCKXKUY UHKQUAl.lUl.
I'.rr   UiVl,-.     l,',,lrf,rwt   t.ml    Kllll   Intlirillllt lOll
cull un ornihtres",
H. BRANDT, ('.P.* T. A..
701 \V. Riverside 4venue,
Spokane, Wash.
A. B. C. DKNNISTON,». W. P. A., I
Seatti.k, wlstl
NOTICE.
NOTirK 19) HKItKHY OTVKV that thf)
Midway ard Vornon Hallway Cotnpativ
will apply to Ihe Parliament of Oanada at it*
next He_sion for anaet dcclariiiK lhe railway
and works whicli the Company hns been tuith-
orlzod hy thel*Hti>l.iiimi nf the i'MvlncQ.of
Hritish Columbia to cotistruct, to bo works for
the Ki-nural advantage of Canada extending
tho time -within which it may construct the
same, and giving to thc Company such po yotn
as to niiiifiUiiiing ami operating or disponing
of tin railway and works nmUttch other powers and privileges as are usually given to H-.il
way Companies incorporated by the Parliament
of-Canadn.
Dated ai Ottawa, ibis l.lli day of December,
A. D„ 1902.
WILSON SENKJ.ER &, BLOOMKIKLD,
Solicitors for Applicants.
McGIVkhIN &HAYDON,
AffenU for Ottawa.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.   -   RESr, $2,500,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKER, Gen. Mgr.
HENRYF. MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
This hotel is centrally located and is a stopping place for stage
lines.   Good stabling on the premises.
Mining and Commercial
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First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel,
JiUri
IS. A. CROWELL, Prop
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tfS-M.'1
M.
We have aided greatly, to our:
V,
**
Orvlvj the choicest brarvds of Wirxes, Liquors,
and Gigars at tKe Bar ■.
t-lTUAJSO AT BOUNDA.RY   FALLS, B. C
* our M Department is now equal - f
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I to any in the Bonndary country.  :
4 t
; We are also in receipt of a 3
large consignment of thebest j
quality of all kinds of Sta- 3
tibnery, including Wedding f
invitations   and  Ball   pro-;
| grammes.
I 3
I     We print ongood paper,  and
I in tKe most approved stvjle I
J LETTER    HEADS,    HILL    HEADS, I
| NOTE HEADS. ENVELOPES,   POST- 1
I ERS,     STATEMENTS,     BUSINESS I
.CARDS, CALLING CARDS,  BLANK \
FORMS of all kinds,  BILL OE SALE t
FORMS   for  mineral   claims,  SURVEY- |
OR'S AFFIDAVIT    FORMS   for   field jjj
notes etc. ,■ |
ft Trial order solicited. |
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ADDRESS :  i
The Dispatch,    ;
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MIDWAY, B.C. I
Wt
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HOTEL
fa
fa
fflOYLE 1 WESL
PROijlETORS.
This well-known hditel has
Dcen fe-opened and offers ev-
iv convenience to the traveling public. The building is
V-wly re-furhished and the bar
; stocked with only the besl
111(38 Liquors and Cigars.
txcellent meals served in the
pining room.
ake this your   Headquarters
When in Camp McKinney.
, E. McBoyle   Gorman West
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.   1
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■yi>»#*<•i•>*#,**.. *.*#■*.**■*#.*•■. **
Gooi^e Cawston, of Kere*
h'09, was in Midway a few days
tiring tliis week, Hn state
mt there is but little snow
ver in Unit district, not. enough
i mini it of sleighs being used.
A contract, has been lot to
upply 120 piles forprotmmg
ie bank of the North Fork of
Cottle river at the bri^'C; near
urdy's   ranch,    and   George
iiidlny with a gaiijf "of men
avf left to drive tbe piles.
Ralph    Sinailes,     managing
irtner of the  firm of  itondoll
Co., dry goods merchants,
iroenwood, was elected mayor
f that city on Thursday by   a
mijority of four votes over the
ther     candidate,     ex-mnyor
teorge R. Naden.   A compara-
ivuly sm:d) number of  votes
,viH polled, only 80 for the suc-
cssfiil candidate and 70 for  his
iponont.
S. F. l'urrish, managor of tbo
. ('. mine, in Summit camp,
is been appointed general
lanagor of the Le Roi ndne at
Rossland rind /of the Lo Hoi
ompany's smelter at North;
ort. Ml-, I'arrisb cutuo to tho
Boundary country as manager
.«f the 11. (J., which was tbo first
■nine iu tluidwtrict to ship ore
Rt quantity. ITo will leave for
■ossland next woek to enter
])on his new duties. For the
me being lie will continue us
ell to act as manager of the
'. 0., visiting that mine whon-
r'or neces-iary.
Duncan Donnelly, a driver of
logging team hauling logs to
e Yale Columbui.Lumbur Co's
nviuill. ut Deadwood,  had a
Harrow escape from death one
'Hay last week.    As it wits be
■wits hadly shaken up nnd hnd
.ikis right   shoulder  dislocated,
hilst one of his horses was kill-
outright, airl   aintlnr w.u
badly injured tbat it is very
loubtful if it will live.   Driving
four-horso team Donnelly had
t commenced the decent of
us hill near the, lWkliorn mine
hen the loaded sleigh- Rot be-
Bonil  his  control.   For    muiio
'distance hu utuuageil   to keep
'theteam on the winding road
Buteventually the sleighstruc.k
j|A stimi]) causing the heavy logs
irto shoot forward    atid "carry
Shiver anil horsos  with   them.
tmt* horse that was killed  was
■ibbadly crushed that nearly all
the bones in Iiis body werebrok-
Assistanco  was   procured
Dr. Spankie put Donnelly's
Wilder back in  place.   Those
id'ho saw the wreck say that it
is a  wonder  man and   horses
Jwere not all killed.
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
5    I
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Executed to the Satisfaction of Customers
Webb
BICYCLE  AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
H. NICHOLSON,
—: Niitaiit Pum.ic,
UKAI. ESTATE,
FJNANCIAlJ AUKNT
and MINIM! KltOKIil..
Camp McKinney, B.C.
F. M* KERBY,
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
PuoviNciAi.  Land   Sukvkyor
AM)
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midwav ami OiuiRNWOOD.
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE between
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway. Stage will leave Greenwood at 6:30 a. ni., arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at Curlew
in time to connect with the train for Spokane du. 10:45,returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p. m., upon arrival of incoming train,
reaching Midway at 7:30 p. m. and Greenwood at 9 p m.
Will connect with Meyerhoff's Suige from all points West
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
&
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK
MIDWAY AND
GREENWOOD.
SKATES
SHARPENED
rd
TAKE  NOTICE.
llHr'
Another Liberal Viotory.
Tho Burrard election which
t took place last Wednesday was
p very dose, Miwphei-son getting
I only 150 majority in Vancouver
Thit I. ChRrlos An Itlnla Oretin, for mywll
nml as agent fur M. K. Qroon, A. Wood, V.
Umb. C. A.e. steward and 0,H, Atundoll,
intond BOB«y»frora [hodate liorcnf to »pp]y
lo lho Ohief (lOMgilulonor of UihIb nml
Wofltnfor |r.riiiii->irro lo purolHuHirespootlvaif
aod in tho same onlor: Tho S, 1 of Soo. 3JI,
Tp. Ill; lho Went ) of Sec. 0, Tp. iii; lho
North I of Soc. III. Tp. Ill; iho Wi«l | of Soo. j
112. Tp. Ill: lho fractional North Enst 1 of Sec. S. IS p,
3 and fractional Sforth Wost i of Sec. I, Tp.
51 and lho Norlh Worn t of Soc. 18, Tp.  51,altj
ill llMnini- lli.-ll'n 1.
Datod thta '.".Ith day of Jaiiiinry, HK«. ;
OHAS. dcU. OltKKN.
MIDWAY MAILS.
^T~ Wed., KU
lhe   iSniidnv.
■nm p. in.
All i.oum points ,
Fn. Crowt Nont H It.
toHlcrn Ciiniula
Spulttiiiu
Hiwslntid
Nolsnn
Knirviow
I'l.'lllitJlOII
Vf num. ote.
Cnncndo
Uniml Kork'
Phoenix
Kholl
liroenwiHid
At) pis. Knnl fc Sniilh
Camp MuKli'iiuy
,„,,Hook Creek
\II Wet,) Kork points
jOIoho
1 45 p, in.
Tuck., Th lira
k Saturdays
Oi n. in.
when 200 was   expected,
reason assigned is that a   large
number of   Conservatives  who!   M''IMl,n>"iiil*fiirilii!r'vI'si of Mid-vnyWi-.il
,     , .     , ,,    . ...       Camp McKinney i-o via. Ikvi'Utok.
nail promised their votes to Mc-'
Innis supported Foley  at  the
last minute.
The vote polled was a large
onei Mcpherson, 178(i;F<>ley, 170!);
Mclnnis, 345; .the latter losing
hia deposit. This includes Bar-
net, Sipiamisli, Westminster
Junction and Moodyville. The
total vote in Vancouver
8700.
Monoy orders from 8 a. in to; p. in, with lho
exception of ono half hour beforo departure
and after arrival of 1111111*.
Kt). A. HAIN.
Postmaster.
R9iU33iRit93fronth3Ei5t.
Commencing February
DR.   SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Ri'.noei.i. Block, Gkkknwooo.
IMioiio IKI. V. A N.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER,
Spokane.Wash,. U.S.A.   Midway, B C,
I
6
J. S.   HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE POR CERTIFICATES Ol- IMPROVEMENTS
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
ir>t!i
was'and continuing until April With
there will be low rates in ell'eit
I'p-'oast points are yet' to ', from tlte East via the Illinois
hear froni, but it isnot expect- Central li. R. to all Washing-
ed that Foley will be successful,I tob, Oregon and Idaho points.
MncpherR'.n's supporters cele-ilt uny of your friends or rela-
brated with a great torchlight j fives in the Kast are coming
procession.
Spokane Falls Morton
Railway Co.
Nelson k Ft, Sheppard
Railwav Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & G. W. Ry.
Van.,Vic.&E.Ry.&N.Co.
Tin-
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
niy nil rail route hetween
pnim,, ,'n-i, west unit stmt ll t<i Rosa-
iniul, Nl'l -HI, (iritnil Folks und Hepuli'
hi'. Conneris nt lipitkiine with the
fireiii Norlhern, Nun hern Piiuiflc uinl
West while these rates arc in o, if. &N.«0». for pnints east, went
effect, give us their name and Und smith i cnnnee.ta W Rtfe.land nrtd
jaddresN and we will make it IN"!-""' «'"'> n"' OMiftlliui PliclflH Uy.
ourbusinesa to sec that they   coimootuntNoUonwimthoK.b.*k.
arc given the hest possiblemrf** \Ca' i"'^^'*1'*™ "°"""-
... . 1 Conneoti nt   Curlew with itnge for
nee.   We operate through   per-, (i,.,.,.liw,,ua „mi Midway n. c
SOIlllllv     conducted      OXCUt'sioni   llnffet  oiirn  run  on  trutnn  lietween
i cars, and in fact give vou the si-"""™"ml '»<«•<*••«:
, „,    , .,     .        " '        . EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, I902:
For Getting a Beautiful Watch; benefit of the latest convemen- -—
and Chain Free.---No Money ;(.,(,s knnwn to modera «^..«w4";L,^
ing.   We   have    15   different {km.*, a.m.
between  the East aud   "?•"£'
Il.l5ri.nl
Requlped.—Every Man, Wo-
, * , .        ,   I routes    .
man, Boy, or Girl has the   .   ;,.   ,      , .
'      *" [ the rt est, and arc in position to
same Opportunity under our j gW*e you tll(, b;neflt ()f tlu, ,,,„.
System. " combinations,    Write us  and
In order f< hnve Dr. AninM'n Riir   we will give you full   particu-
lisl, Tnxin Pills l.lncHl in I he Irnnd, ol   , R H 'nU'MRVI.I.. Cbm'l
all persons siifferlnK mini Imd li.-ultii
we iniike ilie following nnwt Iiiienil Agent III. Cent. K. H„ 112 Third
otter:- iSt... Portland, Ore.
If \on will send 118 yonr inline and	
lulilii'ss mul agree lo sell for n* twelve
ho** of Dr. Arnold's English Toxin MINKRAL ACT.
TMIts it 'Se: perlw., we will give ynn
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch
and Chain in MthW l.ndieR or «enis
si/.e, or your chniee of tweniy olher
H'eiiiinins _nch ib liu'Setsof Jewelry,
llillgs, Vl .ins, M.iiulolins, Tea 'Hels.
Hiiteeii Skirts, ('un.'-rn, eie. Ileini'iii-
her we don't warn .n> money until
lifter you sell the Pil1" and vxnx don't
lmve in sell any nior ■ lll'mi I- hO#s to
Oertiflcnte   of   lmpr«v'*iiieiits
gel. tin- preiiiiuins.
I'lri   jh a Iihiih tide
otter from a relialde
given  thousands of
ern that has
liars worth of
premiums to ageiils .until fehe fnun-
iiy Ueiueiiilier also that Dr. Ai nolo s
English Tnxin Pills are a well knnwn
remedy for all diseases of the kidneys
lind Madder, |iriglit.'s disease, dialiel.es.
NOTIOB.
-Umut Minkuai. Claim.
Sl.inle Ir, ihe Ketlle 1. or MlnlnK Division
of Yale District.   W .ere locate': Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTIOK that I. Korhes M. Kertiy. jik
ottont for tiyitnn Wilmnl Shntfnrrt. free inlu-
cr's ctirtltlwile Nn. li:il7!U. Siilnoy C. 0O8QIIS,
(roo tiitner'H ocrtiflonte No. DM440, Alfrod
Htullor, froo mlner'a oortlfloato No. utuin mul
Wllllnm I'.'il .ni'ds, frronitntr's rorlitli'iilo No,
Dll.su. Inli'iiil sixty tl'iys from tin* date here-
vheiiiiialisni,  nervous   I1011I1I1.,  mid of, to apply to Uio   Mtiilnu  lic.iir.or tor a
female coinplaint. and are fm'sale hy Curtlflcatooflnipriivomsnts, for tho purposo of
'    '   '"""  :"   obtalnlnsA Crown Onuit of tho above olatni.
And further lake notice that notion'. Ilittlof
soclion S7, must, bo oommenood boforo the
isstiuiu'o nf such Ccrtillcnlo of lAlprovanioiili
Uiilcil this mil day jif Novombor, llWi.
Kob.SH. KUltllKS M.KKIIIIY,
Anonl.
.,,, lirst eiass druggists nnd dealers lu
all niirtd of the world. Yuu have only
toshow lliem lo sell them. Ynu are
lint tittering souiel hing that the people
don'l. know. Onr wiitehes are the
regnlnr siiinilurd size for Ladies or
(ienileioeii in Nhkel or Hon Metal
Oases with handsome illiimiliaied tlinls
iiiid reliahle time-keepers, walelies
sueli as no lady or gfntletinin need lie
ashamed to carry, and they will ha
sunt, iilmelutolv Free tn all who sell
only twelve hoxQs o'f those wonderful
Toxin Pills. Write nt once and he tho
(list in vour locality tn earn one ut
I hose lieautifol wntehes nnd iliaiii. As
mon as we receive ynnr letter rir liost
fclirfl we will send ynu pnst pull. IWelVI
hoxes, Ingether with OUI' lllnstiated
Catalogue nnd lieaulifiillv colored card
with ynnr name and undress on ns our
authorized agent. Hear ill mind that
you will not lie asked to sell nnv more
I han the ll hexes and we don't want
any money until after vou hnve sold
thrill. We baar all the expense and
nre only innking this liheral offer aaa
method nf advertising Dr. Arnnld's
Knglisli Toxin Pills. Don't delay,
wriie at once and earn a heaul iful present for yourself for Christmas.
Address
ARNOLD MEDICINE CO., Dept. 118
50 Adelaide St. East, Toronto.Ont.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
To II. K. Mitchell or nny pomm or per-
sons lowborn yon mny hnve trnnsforrt'il your
tniori'st 10 in ibo "D ild Drop' Mineral claim
silunlo on liry Crook, on tlio Weal Kork of
Ketlle Itiver, in llm Kottlo Itlvor Mining
Division  of Ynlo  lllslrlct,
Yon nm hereby notified Hull I have cxii-uul-
ed siiij',.'<i in order to linlil tlie said mlnornl olalm
miller llio provision of lho Mlnorul Aot, Hull
you shoulil eonlribiile fil.ti as your |iortlon
nl llio sniil sum for your undivided ono half lie
lerosl In wild olalm und If within IKI days of
the first Insertion nf this notico you roll or re-
fusoloeoiilrlliuto Ibesiiniof Wl.'i' wliloll is
now dun by ynn. 'Ingotlinr Willi all Colts of nil-
vei'iisiiiK. your interest Iii sniil mineral olalm
wlllheeomo the i*i.*icrty nf the rinlworllier
undor sort ion four of un Acl oiililled tho "Mineral Aot Amondiiioi'l Ael." HUM
linied ihis im h duy of January, um.
THOMAS MI'ltltAY.
.. HIM1KANK....
.   ItllHSI.ANH....
.. NKL-ON	
. HUANH R0BK8
.   RKI'IJIILIC.   ■
Arrive.
5.1,1 p.m.
5.Ill p III.
8.0011.111.
4.(10 p. im
.5.I1111.111.
XX.   A.   JAOKBOST,
Uoiicnil Passongor AgouU
Spokane, Wash.
Boots
and
Shoes
A. Maslonka
formerly of Nelson, B. C,
has opened a Boot and
Shoe store in Midway,
with a large stock on
hand.
Boots
and
Shoes
made to order.
Repairing   promptly attended to.
All work guaranteed.
Only the best stock used.
A. Maslonka.
Midway Livery, Feed k Sale Stable
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.
J. H. Tyrrell,   -   Proprietor.
SINGLE and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK  and  SADDLE HORSES
Hay and Oats for Sale. - Bus Meets all Trains,
General Transfer and Dray Business.
mmmMmmmmmmwmAjmmmKammmMmwmrri
Rock Creek, B. C.
S. T. LARSEN, Prop.
Stopping platle fnr Hinges lo
nml fioni uii Bnundiiry
Creek points,
Good Aeeommodation for the Traveling Public.
MINERAL ACT.
Certiflcnte  of   Improvement..
SOTIOH.
HinnUND Oiiibk   MiNhim. Claim.
Situate In the Kettle lllver Mining D.vl: I in 0"
Yale District.   Whore located: in beaver Creek Camp, about   one milo North
ti.ist of Beaverdell.
-..AKK NOTIiiK thnl I, Forbes M, Korby,ne
I iiBciit for t'.iyutt'i Harris, (rue miner's cer-
lilln.ileNo. BJtoiSiiituilitsixty days  from tho
dnte hereof, toiipul|i 10  tho .Vlliiing Hecordcr
for a Corltltcalo o( llnprovcineiili-,   for the
|inriiu»oof obUtiniiiK a Drown Grant of   llm
abovo elaini.
And furthor tnkc notloe thnt action undor
-icuMoii 117 must lie iniiniiH'iii'cil boforo the Issu
mice of sueh fortlllcnle of Iinprovoiiiunls.
Date I this lllth day of Novombnr, in i.
Kub. 28- KOltHKS M. KKRBY,
Agunl
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calved
Cows, Cows in Call", Steers
and Heifers, Boar Figs-, Sows
and YounL? l\rs, Sheep and
Poultry, Saddle and Pack
Ponies.    Apply to
J. A. COULSON,
)t/%  miles from   Midway, or
Dispatch office.
**»*Ww*»'
,'VW%*Vw B22
•   • •
A
MBP-TO'STAY...
ll
It will te tho must important Railway Centre in the
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in the centre of a
piCii Mining, Stock-Raising,
Baaohiog, Gardening, Manufacturing, Coal Producing,
and Railway District.
Midway property will
you rid It is not
tion, it is an in-
v-Stment.
Midway, ike coning railway, commercial, wholesale nd manufacturing
centre of the Kettle Biver
aid Boundary Creek Districts, is situated at the
eoalieoee ef Bonndary
Creek aad Kettle Biver.
Tke leiilij rajideaee
town la the country, with
au excellent climate, pure
water supply, aad surrounded hy rieh agricultural land.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
I
A. M. WOVENDEN, Sec,
I.I Sl John Street,
Montreal, P. «.
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
C. M. CHOUSE,
Agent for Hritish Columbia,
Midwuy, It. t\
©he f t0ptxtdj
ELI, THE BEGGAR.
Some Non spit «r ilii'iill«lii» Tint Is Win ta
.-..illtir t'llrsl r. r.lUlll..
Tho ohl .lew who tiled ivoith 8100,-
000, iiLhuiigli lie liu'.l on if he were
notwo.ih it cent, aie ply eiirikd the
jmiiH'.V-ln.iiiiiiK s, iiit of Uie Unas to
the extreme limit.
AjJpWing ful' ci'i'tiiiu ililieiernes in
stiiliun nnd sn, I'lnriiiliiy ilrclilii-
hlaii es, theie me |ileiit,v of Eli Ji.v-
liiuns to tic mel Willi wili'lie.er way
one mm., They do nyt (Ireuit as llio
ol.l .lew did, (or liey o|i<i tile on a
liij/lier lovel lhan he; they do not
.lit'i* in .stiil.ii. for they were roared
lietter lliaii tie; nnd they aie ci un | ..-1 •
led liy o.or-ruliiig laws that they
itlilliot malii) way iitfiihist, to nitiiii-
taiii more or le.-s cxjielltie hoines,
uml to lite rnlliiT weil as rcgtiriis
CIMltl.lV coiufpi.ts.
I tt. t. like l.li the .low, tlioy live
only for money. I is the one BtVnt
thought of Iheir ll.e , an I if il. Is
not iheir only thought, it enters lulo
all otheis and UUcoloig them. Tho
tliil'ercnee l.elweeu this |je(f(jni'ly miser untl some ineu of wealth, who
heard of him wilh ninth siJrir.se nnd
a lillle mc si .ill, is nol us great ns
they think. 1.1 e him, they hu\c naval and sehenii'Jl ior money long nflo"
their o.n llily non H were Riot. Wealth
Ihut ho ■ o k-imIimI in the lining nf his
Vint they hu\c slowttl uuu.v In rt-
|msit vnu ts lie. being lih, hogeed
lu'iiiiies from the |ioo'. They, W illicit, ui cl having grown sir.nnr inui
liiMg-tirmeil, reiih out nnd lei o
wealth thoy do not need from under
the gl'o| ing h. iris i f these who nel
It hadly. lie doniid him.jlf tlio
small pleasures that men ol his 'hus
nre usually inclined to, Ir'ut, light, it
tied, legilnr nourishment, lint he
.ioyetl t.i do It, fur the gain ho got.
rlliiiV; witli their greater int"lligen"e
and possibilities, deny themselves also, lie lived for money; they live for
money. Ho hid his wealth inside
the lining of his tlolhcs; they hide
llieiis elsewhere, and think that
males a tli.'.ertn'e.
Theie shoulil '«* erected on the
lnwn before Ih" City Hall a life sl e
: I nine of KM. the lVggiir, who ropro-
I 'ills the e.xticme to whi'h thc ngo
Is tinding. it would he a linie'y
Wilton in stone, lt would arrest Ihe
at lent ion ef ton thousand nun who,
like him, nre glpsplfig alter wealth
and iik"o wealth, nnd, llgunitlvely
Brooking, sowing It in'o ih-l- vests,
w'-oi'e It mny—II'o his—lie fnun. hv
chiin'O wlie'i s'nuigeis strlj) their
i'i'j|es|ie t'd fo ins. A nil many of
i:u.e vests will—es nearly happened
f i his—lie thrown rn thc lire antl
longtime., wealth un'l all, and ni one
t''e wise'. This tt itue would rut
niiile n figure. .inny would pause
ti '•onsidcr Us moaning.*-'J'oionto
Star.
rilllte.
It Ih largely a matter of BCridont.
f'cing in the right place at Hie right
time, und doing tho right thing, or,
better still, making people l/jink you
arc doing the ri;lit thing, if about
nil theie in lo fume.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of   Improvements.
iroTioa.
Nai.i..on Mi-isitu.Claim.
Situate in the Kettle River Mining Dlvlilen
ot  Yale District.   Where located:   In
Beaver Creek Camp, adjoining the Idaho
Mineral claim,
TAKK   NOTIOK Unit I, Furbe* M. Korby
' as ngont fur llniialil Smith, dec minor'
oortifloato N'o.  ii.illi;w.  niiucan   Smith, froo
iiiiiiiii'K (iui'iilluatu Xo. iij|!i;i" and Alexander
Smith, froe miner's rai-till -ute No. h'iKMI). In-
inui. sixty days from    the date hereof,   to
upply In Ilie Mining literrdi'r fer n ( rrllfimt,.
of ImprnveiiiotilK furl he pnrpoFC of obtaining a
Orown Onitil. nf the above claim.
And ftirtliur taku notices that action, undor
section Tu must bc commenced  boforo tho
issuance of sueli Cerlillcate of Impmi emend*.
Ilatottlthia null day of November, A. II. 1902.
Fob. 28 .OttDKS M. KKItUY.
Agent.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate  of  Improvements
Kson Iln.i. Minkhal Claim,
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District Where located : About
Six miles north from Beaverdell on the
divide bctwe rt Beaver Creek and the
West Ferk of Kettle River.
TAKU NOTiei'J thai I, Forbes M, Kerby,
asiigont fur Sidney 11. t'tweiiH, free minor's
ijiiilillr'iile Nn. nVillil. intend, sixty duyn from
the dato horoof In apply la the Mining Itecordor
fora certiiicate of Improvements, for tbo pur.
linsnof obtaining a Crown Omul, of thoabove
clnim.
And furthor lako notice that aotion, undor
lootlon   Ti. must bo commenced before the
issuance uf such cortiflcato of improvomonta.
Dated this lmh day of November. IIMI
Fob. 28. FOitllKHM. KKItllY.
Agont.
The Midway Sawmill
WM.
POWERS,  PROPRIETOR.
MANUFACTURER   OF
AU kinds cf ROUGH and DRESSED
LATH and SHINDIES, SASHES an
~~**yn$&*'m    ____
Band Sawing and Job Work done to   order.
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
MINERAL ACT.
Oertiflcnte   nf  Improvement!
WOTIOII
ItnsiK Minkkai, Claims.
Situate In tho Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale  Dlstriet.   Where  located :  Camp
MoKlnnoy.
TAKK NONCK that I. Korbos M. Korby,
as ngonl for Alex. M, Wlnslnn free miner's eerllflcelc No. liailS!. Intenit. sixty dnys
from lho dale horeof. to apply to lho Mining
llccortler for a .oi'Mltoalo of Imprnrenieiils,
lor the purposo of oblaining a Orown Orant
of Hie abovo olalm.
Ami furthor tako notice thai netion, under
soctlon ST. mM he enmrneneivl boforo the
ISHiiancc of such Oerllflenleof Improvement*.
Hated Hits anii day of .liimi. UIII'.1.
Fob.at FOItlIKH M. KKItllY.
Agent.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason
is always given; where confidence is developed ; where Book-
ki'.ki'inc is taught exactly as books are being kept in business;
where SHORTHAND is scientific ; where penmanship is at its
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Civil. Skkvici:, Ti'.i.KCiRAi'iiv, English andCARTOONiNt; wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them howto be
successful. No argument is so eloquent as the record of
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no thief can
break through and steal the knowledge of How to Do. When
you know what a school cm 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.
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
• Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The secret of success In planting, la, kimt-io secure good Itock,
sw.ONn—id plant aa soon aa possihle after it la dug.
Trees obtained (roi oar lursery md ke planted it
Midway two days alter they are dug.
Price Hit, snd fall Information promptly  given.
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flen Wanted <* it i*
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1        To soil for the large FonthlU nurseries.  Appll
*•    cations should be filed at once.  Highest wages
paid, permanent plaee assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stook commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
it WKMJNOTOK ST.
TORONTO, ONT.
' Stone & Wellington.
Advertise in
The Dispatch.
Lancashire House,
MIDWAY, B.C
-®-
The undersigned having re-opened thi. well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Pnrnaee-1-eated and comfortably famished r-Otu_.
Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.

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