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Legislative Library  July
Vol. 2, No. II.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,   19 3.
$2.00 per Year
FALL AND WINTER
GOODS
ARE ARRIVING DAILY
'   COMPRISING EVERYTHING   REQUIRED EOR
m
and HNb
ill ISSIS,
Do not send your Cash away
for anything until you have
inspected my stock and cash
prices.
J. lyicNICQL.
LABOR DAY
ATPHOENIX
Many   People   Attended
the Sports.
On The Wholo the Celebration
Was a Success and Visitors
Report. Having Had a
Good Time.
Good Condition
Bring that stock into good condition
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99
in
Prepared Especiallv for Horses and
Cattle   Rai*ed  in   Hilly   Sections.
ST. JOHN'S LINIMENT
imei
A. F. Thomas
Druggist.
The standing high jump was
won by H. A. Munro, and the
; running high jump by G. C,
i McLaughlin. Munro and McLaughlin got the prize in the
three-legged' race.
In the cigar race, J. Harvey-
was first, with J. Feeney second.
There were a dozen races for
small boys and girls, whicli wero
pulled off und   created   much
11LI8T OF THE EVENTS I'Trr.H   ,£ ii
On the whole the celebrutioti
was a success, and the man)
visitors report having had a
good time. Three electric arches
were erected across the streets
indifferent parts of the city,
giving a very pretty effect after
__________________________________________________     dark.
The first day of Hie third
annual Labor Day celebration
of the Boundary, held in Phoenix Monday, was somewhat
1 imp owing to occasional
showers, but, notwithstanding
the weather, large numbers of
excursionists arrived by special
train and private conveyance
from Grand Forks, Republic,
Eholt, Midway and Greenwood.
Tho Greenwood band furnished
excellent music during the day.
The following were the results
in the horse races :
Free for all, one-quarter mile
Easter Lily, owned by J. F.!
Royer, of Grand Forks, took
first money; Mollie, owned by
Kenneth McLean, of Midway,
wtis second; and Grey Eagle,
owned byl). Donnelly, of Greenwood, third.
Saddle horse race— Brick,
owned by J. F, Royer, of Grand
Forks, first; Ribbon, owned by
H. Watson, of Phoenix, second.
Pony race—Rose first, Mollie
second.
In the rock drilling contest.
Geo. and James Foulds, of
Greenwood, carried off the $100
prize, making 31 5-16 inches in
15 minutes ; H. Bradish and E.
L. Brown, of Phoenix, were
second with 25 inches.
The single hand drilling eon-
test was won by Chas. Sanborg,
of Phoenix, who made 11 inches
in 10 minutes.
The 100 yards dash was won
hy H. A. Munroe, of Phoenix.  ■
The 100 yards fat man's race
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They must go.
The rem lins of our Summer Stock will be cleared at prices which would
Tempt a Miser
These are preseut season Koods-New, Stylish, pretty and fashionable
we don't want to carry any over to next season, and in order to dispose of them
We are Slaughtering
^^^_rices
Avail    yourself of   the golden opportunity   to  provide Seasonable Goods at
ASTONISHING PRICES.
When we eut we eut deep.
Agents for f* B. Wright & Co'* Wall Papers.
HAIN & CO.
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A Canadian Genius.
To the genius of a. Canadian,
the son of British Columbia's
lieutenant governor is due the
largest enterprise of its Kind cf
the present day. The Weekly
Commercial News of Sail Francisco, has the following:
"In a report to the'state department, William Thomas Fei
gives some interesting details
concerning the largest transmission of power by moans ot
electricity that has yet been tit-
tempted iu the east. Tho site
i of the generating plant is at tlie
fork of the Cauvery river, in
the native state of Mysore,
southern India. The falls from
which the power is derived are
located iu the oast and west
branches of the river, which is
one of the principal. rivers ol
Southern India, but which is
navigable only for slnkll' boats.
The Cauvery, in its course of
100 miles through Mysore territory, receives six large tributaries, draining au area estimated at about 6-100 square miles,
before it reaches the gorge in
which the falls are situated.
In June, 1899, tlie idoji of working the famous Kolar gold
mines, 92 miles distant from
Hirasamndrum, an island near
I the ftdls, with electric power
'generated at the falls, was con-
jceived by Captain A. C.. July de
j Lotbiniere, R. E., the deputy
! chief engineer to  the  goveru-
i.    rx   -a   xn   n    c ment of  Mysore.   The project
was won  by  C. H, Flood, of     v '     , ,     _.        ,i    '.
_a^^mmm^^mi.____________m_____________aam.     was approved by the authori-
at the bftse of the hill, w!|ii<Ti
will enable some glory hoM.to
be started and shipments fiiso
to be made from three ore
bodies crosscut in the tun mis
wliieh so far have not yet been
touched.
Cars for Inking the i't mjjii'es-
sor plant from Rossland to t'ho
mine have not been available,
although tho plant has leen
ready i'or a week, and Mr. Curtis expects to have these stirs
sent there immediately.
As soon as the plant ial installed the shipments, wincn
Dosv run over "100 tons a pay,
will tie doubled.
What's Wrong with Canadji
• The following it.Mii is t
from the Kansas Oit.y Sti
"In closing an editorial
ing the farmers lio bewari]
seductive litertuturd luring
to North-Western Ctinadii
Wellington News nays ;—
your money to footpads,
on  three card inonfce.   A
the   bogus    express     roi
Gather in a few gold bricl-
ill  tlie
i!„
ramnc
cnaso V,\c _^^_^_^_^
bucket shop, Any of c
things will certaiuij* relieve
of your money, but not l
more certainly than to' i
Kansas i'or Wi stern Onha
Taken  from   tho   Soptoi
number of Current Litemt
"Oanada's total trade for
year was $81 a head, and th
the United States $.'ii a !
Tho exports of produce foi
ada were $37 pttrltead rt,m
the United States $18 per 1
In 1850 the United States w
population of 23,000,000 h
total foreign trade of $32G
000, whereas Canada t>
witha population of less
6,000,000, has a total to;
trade,of about $l7().0!!0,(it!(i.
Phoenix, with O'Neill, Phoenix,
second.
While the first day of the eel-;
ebration was somowhat damp,
ties, aud in August, 11)00, contracts had been .placed-- that for
the supply and erection of the
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the weather was all that could °nt,re e,le^nc $%*■ wlth vthe
be desired the second day, and ^T Ff*"? ??" f .^l
the events took place without'York' tt,,d that for the Wsfc
interruption.
In the morning the first event
was a log rolling contest. Twin
creek being dammed up for the
occasion. There were five entries for thiij, and it created almost endless amusement for tlie
large number of spectators.
The first money went to Frank
Uionlan,with Ham Mullin second.
In tho hub ami hub hose reel
race, Greenwootl failed to tip-
pear, although they had expected to come, First money wns
won by the Phoenix team, with
Grand Forks second. In the
wel. tost it required several runs
to decide, two teams being entered from Phoenix and one
from (Irand Forks. In the first
run both Phoenix teams' failed
to got water, and the Grand
Forks hoys failed to get it in
the agreed upon time limit. In
tho second run No. 1 team from
Phoenix made a good test, No, 2
team did better, and tho Grand
Forks team succeeded in milking a tie, both getting water in
28 3-5 seconds. By agreement
the purse was divided.
M. P. O'Neill secured the prize
for putting tho 21-pound shot,
making a distance of 37 feet 5
'■'i-\ inches.
ic, plant with Escher, Wyss &
Co., of Ztilich, Switzerland,
"A great deal of work was
required in clearing, the jungles
and erecting the plant. In
spite of tho difficulties and interruptions the entire plant for
generation, transmission and
distribution, together witli, tho
buildings containing it, was
complete iu ,al) respect at the
beginning-of June, .1902, and on
June 9th water was lirst admitted tp the penstocks. On June
30th the idunt was formally op
eued and powor was scut over
95 miles of lino to the Koliu
gold fields. Commercial sorv
ice to the mines was taken op
Juno loth, and has since bee
uninterrupted."
WA
Provincial Election:
VibrpniA,Sopt.'T.  Thecli
of datfcbf the election to Oc!
3rd, which was proraulgat
a special number of the c
on Saturday nigh;,, ia ex|
'by the   Premier as simply
efi'drb on his part to give
people of the province the
est possible opportunity of
sing judgment on the new
eminent, which has yet no
date from the electorate
claims that the step was t
with the knowledge of thi
ecutive only, and that no
else was appraised of it.
The Liberals,of course, di;
this statement and claim
the decision of the Oousorv
exocutivo to have simulta!|
nominations   throughout
province  on August 15th
but part of a contorted sc
to steal a march on the Lib|
This failed in it's purpose,
say, because more liberal!
in tho field than Conservn
but netertholess it leaves)
little time for compnigmii|!
The Oro Denoro.
The Oro Denoro mine is improving daily as the work of un
covering the big ledge known a
No. 1 vein proceeds.   The widti
disclosed two months ago wa-
70 feet; two weeks ago it had
wideuotlto 90 feet, and it is uou
about 120   feet wide  and   th
walls  on   either  side  not ye
reached.    The smelter returiv
continue     very     satisfactory
Hmith Curtis is endeavoring t<
arrange for another spur tine'
World's Pacing Record Broken.
f.iina, Ohio, Sept. 7.■— Dun
Patch broke the world's pie.iii'g
record'bf 2.'0<11-4 on a half mile
track ou tin'Lima driving pii'i
ground today in the presence or
10,0011 people, V_ 	
The time by quarters; ITjrst
piartor, '.'A seconds ; )iul!', 1,01 ■
threo quarters, 1.32 1-2 ; mite,
!.t)l,
Syracuse, N. V„ Sept, 7, - At
the stato fail' which is buiii
hold here today the great st;r
lion J. A, McKorron, driven by
his owner, Harry K, Deveieniix,
of Cleveland, was sent against
the record of 2,00 made by Cro-
■iceus two years ago, and uofc
only beat it, but cut a qliartor
ofa second from his owi best
previous record, doing thtj turn
in. 2.01 1-2.
 1 . .   '''.
lli«»«B&iiiiMIHSS
in:i-
of
it'll!
the
Btit
ipt;
ui'jtl
ti
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jher
the
tof
■ id.
Pun-
for
lead,
litll a
ul a.
000,-
■j'iiy,
than
•ei'.'.u
nnge
obei'
ad in
«'tte
ined
an
the
larli-
P'l'S-^
gov-
llil.ll-
116
ikoil
ex-
one
pule
that
itive
eons
the
was
lei'ne
imls,
they
aro
Ives,
but, Published weekly tvt Midway, 11. C,
Subscription price, tl m per annum, piiyi\blc
advance, either ye.irly or half yearly nt the
pt.iou of the subscriber.
Advertising rates sent nn niiplle.nl Ion.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1003.
A sanitarium conveniently
located at which people could
rest after thoir vacations would
doubtless be popular.
If farmers and others living
near or in country towns desire
to build up their respective localities, if they wish to see prosperity at their own doors and
have the valuoof their properity
increased, they should patronize
their local merchants. The at
tractive circulars and booklets
which are being sent out broad,
cast by mail order houses and
department stores of the big
cities furnish alluring bait to
many unsophisticated people,
and many pay a dear price for
that which they could more advantageously obtain nearer
home.
situate In Oamp MrKln'ioy, In the Greenwood
.Mlnlni* Division of Vale  lllslilet.
Yon are hereby nntlAuil thai, I huve expend
oil $ID3.jVI ln order In hold the said mineral
elaini under lhe provisions of tho Mineral Act,
that yon should contribute $:u.lilri as your portion of tho said sum for yonr undivided one
third Interest, In said olalm and If within W
days of thc first Insertion of tho dalo of this
notice yotl fell nr refuse tn contribute the sum
nfSSl.MIS whioh Is now duo liy .you, together
wilh all coslsflf advertising, yonr inlerest in
said mineral cl tlm will becomo lho properly of
the subscriber uniler wool Ion four of an Aot entitled the  "Mineral Aot, Amendment Aet."
imu.
Dated this 2nd dny of June, 190.1,
OKOROR. M. IIKNNIST
Tickets at Low Rates to the Cast.
VIA
The Chicago. Milwaukee & St.
There is now an ample supply
of coke for the Boundary smelters, and it is scarcely probable
that it  will  be necessary  for
them      to      suspend      operations for at least a considerable
length of time.   Heretofore, tlie
mining industry of the district
has been greatly hampered on
account of coke shortage, even
when the amount required was
,but small in   comparison  with
what is required at the present
time, in order to carry on the
greatly increased smelter treat
ment that has gradually  been
added to during the past year
This is a most satisfactory state
of affairs, and one that has not
occurred since the capacity of
the smelters in  the Boundary
country was tis large as it  is
today.   As the smelter capacity
regulates the   output   of  the
mines, under the present circumstances,   wo   may   expect  the
mining industry in this district
to shortly tako on a more roseate hue. Again, as the prosperity
of the district is regulated by
the extent of the mining industry tho outlook for this part of
the province is brighter than it
has been for a long time.   This
district has passed through the
experimental stage in mining,
and experiments have demonstrated   that   the    Boundary
country contains immense ore
bodies of sufficient richness to
admit of their being treated at
a reasonable   profit.    With a
thorough knowledge of the immensity und richness of the ore
bodies of the district, capitalists
are investing more money and
opening up new properties. The
mining   industry has been established on a basis that will become  broader  with each sue'
ceeding year.   The main value
Of mineral doposts to tho couiv
try in which they are loeated,
arises from the money put in
circulation    in     payment    of
wages and for supplies, so that
the future of this district is very
promising,   At the present time
tliere is a scarcity of men at the
smelter and mines, something
heretofore unknown, and as the
industry grows many more will
find occupation until thc Boundary country  will be famed as a
good field to both the working-
man and thc capitalist.
n tHiwice m jimj uie way niu
did. •     ,,,
There's "many & slip 'twixt
the cup and Sir Lip," We knew
the Reliance would win Barr-
Wringe accidents.
An Eastern exchange asks:-—
"If there is no other way of
"lifting the cup" how would it
do to send that unsalted old
skipper Cap, Sullivan after it*
"Cap." would bring it home unless it was screwed to the dock."
 *.«-«——
Boundary Ore Shipments.
In spite of the scarcity of coke
at the district smelters during
the early part of August, the
total of the tonnage from the
Boundary  mines for the full
month was greater   than any
month  in  the  history of thei                  ,      , ... f;.w
,.        ,    am WiU be on sale at all ticket
country since  shipments   flrst'                  T        ... ,  -,,•,
x   i. i    i-i.ii            mi       offices on June 4th and 5th,
were started a little over three ",",'e*"'    ■    .„,. .   .„u!„„.
years ago. Latterly the com- J»«e Jf ° fh' "tit
fiinedshipmentsfromtheBound- J»J «J "J 16th" ttnd Au(JU8t
ary mines has been in excess of 25th ftnd Mh', . . „„.„
1.1,000 tons weekly, which hasj Ticket9 K«od for going pass-
materially assisted in the large «MP» ^r ten days from date of
August showing of over 00,000 Sflle- witJ flna! :etU/n "^ °f
tans. For the first part of ™<lllVS' fr0m date °f ^
September the showing will be
somewhat smaller, as the Granby smelter, the largest reduction
works in the district, is now
closed f:> permit of adding the
fifth and. sixth furnaces. As,
however, this work is expected
to be completed in another
week, the added capacity of that
plant will doubtless make September show up even larger
than August. After that this
smelter alone will use over __,•
000 tons of ore daily. The following is the record of the several mines for  the  month of
August:
Tons.
Grandv Mines 33,516
Mother Lode  14,240
Snowshoe 9,150
Oro Denoro  2,778
Sunset  1,824
Emma  1,600
Athelstan     600
90 days, from,
For further information address
H. S. Rowe,
General Agent.
Portland, Oregon.
MINERAL ACT.
Certiflciite  of   Improvements
MIDWAV nnd tmirminiliuij <^j"uW
nnd lake .order*1 for/;„.
OUR HARDY  SPECIALTIES
in Fruit Trees. Small Fruits,
Ornamentals, Shrubs, Roses,
Vines, Seed Potatoes, tte.
Slock mm tn inline nml frwfi'niii Sim
,ldse Smile. A pitriiiiili'iu ptn*ition fur
Hid fl(?lit mini i»" cither siil.iry nr
t'oiiimissiiin.
Stone & Wellington
I ONTHILL MJRSERIES
over Boo sent I
TORONTO        -       ■       ONTARIO
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To Andrew Lnldlnw und Ui nny person nr
peewits to wlwni ho mny lm\o transferred Ills
iiifrrom in tlio "Colby and lloco" mlnornl
claims, situate on Kelly t'ruok In llio Green-
wood Milling Division of Vulo Dlstriot, llrltlsli
Columbia.
Yon aro horoby nollflod tbat I -havo expend'
od'ISM.OO ill order to bold tho wild Colby and
lloco mlnernl claims umlor lho provisions of
the .mineral act, and bave pnid lho sunt of
So.ilO (or recording Ihu same for tho yonr end-
tig Will. I unci I'M, that yuu should contribute
tynrli ix* your proportion nf tho wild mini for
nur jtiullvldcd iini"i)iiarlor Interest In said
clnlnw. andlf within initio's frnm thc Hrst Insertion ot this notico you lull or refuse In contribute thr mini JM.SI whlohlsnnA'duoby you,
tngothcr witli nil cents nf advertising, vour
Interest In IhotJai-l mineral claims will bocomo
the proporty of the subscriber under soclion
fnur of an Aot. entitled the ".Mlnoral Aol
Amendment AofliKHl.
Dated at Mid way 11. 0. Ihlslalh (lay nf August 1903.
GEO. D. CUNNINGHAM!
First, Insertion, l.'ilh Augi'.-I 10011.
Last       do.   llt.lt Novombor, WOU.
NOTICE.
i\. mLifiiuiurro
Carrying His Majesty's Hails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thurs-
tliivs and Samrchys, at 8.30 a. 111., arriving af
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p. nv
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY 011
I Sundays, ■ Wednesdays and' Fridays at 9 a. ni,
reaching .MI DWAY at 1.30 p. in., and making con-
nection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock,
:' Tha best of accommodation for
tho convenience of the
travelling public.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
NOTIOJH
P. A. Minkhai, Claim.
Situate In the Oaoyoos Mining Division  of
Yal*      District.    Where   loeated:   On
Kruger Mountain.
•.AKK NOTICK that I,   C. dull, tiroen, ae
I agent for A, I,. Brodcrlck, froo minor's cor
tifleato  No.   mltlUlantl for   Goo. Frederick,
free minor's    certificate   No.  stool.   Intend
sixly    days front the dato hereof, lo apply
to    the   Mining   llooorder for a Certificate
of .Improvements,   for the purposo of o'ltufn
Ing n Crown Gram   of    lhe   above elalm.
And further tako notice that action under
scut ion 117 must bo commenced before the issu
ance nf Bttnh Certlflcate of Improvements.
Dated litis Uth day of June. 1903,
C. deB. OllKKN
August total 03,768
 v*i*	
Shooting: Accident
Yesterday nfternoon John
Ferguson eldest son of J. R.
Ferguson, of this town met with
a painful accident thnt may
loave him a cripple for life.
He went out but a short distance from the house to shoot a
hawk that wus annoying the
chickens. The 12 bore shot gun
that ho was carrying was cocked
already for action and while
walking along he held it pointing down already to raise and
shoot when an opportunity
arose, but by some mishap—for
he does not know exactly how
it happened—the weapon went
off, thc charge going through
the left foot immediately back
of the first und second toes. The
injured boy wtw taken to the
house and a messenger despatched to 'phone for Dr. Span
kie, who in a very short time
arrived. During the interval
that elapsed between the accident and the arrival of the doctor the boy's sufferings were
somewhat alleviated by A. F.
Thomas, the local druggist, who
wus culled in.
Dr. Spankie dressed the injured foot and upon examination decided to amputate part
of the foot, which operation will
take place today at the hospital,
Greenwood, where the patient
was taken early this morning-
LKKTallhe premises of Iho iimler-litned In
.Innnnry last, mie black horse, Owner
can have samo fry paying com nf iIiIh aderliso-
iiicntand feed nl niiiriMlto dalo, otherwise if
not eliiiiued within 110 days will he sold tu pay
expenses.
IIAHIIY JOHNSON,
Anarchist Mountain.
PROCLAMATION.
TICKETS
-TO AND PHOM ALL-
Points   East
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
With Which is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,700,000.   •   RESr, $3,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKER, Gen. Mgp, (I
W. ALLISON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
'VWVWWWV
SHORT
TO
LINE
Lipton's Luck.
The success tif Lipton's Litn-
ited. B
Tlie Americans now do not
care for Lipton's tease.
This is Shamrock III. The
next one will come forth next
year.
If we cannot get the cup any
other way why not havo Sandy
Hook it.
Tho false is never in it with
the true. That's why tho Sham
Bock could not beat the Real
ELECTORAL DISTRICT  OP OREENWOOD.
TO WIT:
puni.IC NOTIOK Is horoby Riven to the Klec
1 tors rif the Electoral District 'if Greenwood, that In obedience to Ills Majesty's Writ
to me directed, and bearing dato Ihe fifth day
nl Sentombcr, In lho yoar of Our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and throe, I require the
proschce ol tho said Elector* at tho Court
House, Oreenwood, on the nlnclecth day of
September, at. 12 o'clock noon for the purpose
of electing a person lo represent them in
the Legislature ol this Province
The tnodo of nomination of Candidates shall
he ns folio wu:
The Candidates shall bo nominated In writ,
Ing, the writing ahall be subscribed by. two
registered voters of the District as proposer
and seconder, and by three other registered
voters nf the said District as assenting lo the
nomination, and shall be delivered to tho Returning Olllcer at any time between tlu dato
of the Proclamation and ono p. m. of Iho day
of nomination, and in the event of a poll being
necessary mieh poll will bo opon on the third
day of Oct ruler at
ORKKNWOOD In the Court House.
MIDWAY in the Government liullding
nOl'XIiAIlY FALLS in the hall over Smith
k McKwon's stnro.
KHOLT ln tho old school limine.
DF.AHWOOD   in the School House,
DKSOItO In Ihe   Khi.lt Trading Coy's
store.
of whieh evory person Is hereby roqulrod to
to tnko notico nnd govern himself accordingly.
Given under my band at Orernwood, the
ninth dny of September, ono thousand
nine hundred and three,
OKO. CUNNINGHAM.
Returning Olllcer,
Spokane, Seattle and Coast Points,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago
AND POINTS KAST
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Inforinatioii, call on or address
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: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
The undersigned having re-opc:icd this
known   and   comfortable    hotel invite
patronage of all old customers and the
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Public Political Meetings.
Public meetings to discuss the issues in the present Provincial
Elections will be held at
LARSEN'S HOTEL, ROCK CREEK, on
Thursday Evening, the 17th inst., at 8 o'clock p. m.
And at McNICOL'S HALL, MIDWAY, on
Friday Evening, the 18th inst., at the same hour.
The meeting will be addressed by
J. R. BROWN
The Liberal Candidate for Greenwood Riding, and others
Lianu
Opposition speakers are invited to attend andaddress the electors
Crowell's Hotel
Rigs to any part of the country for guest's convenient
*-A*J_AAAAAAxnnr*-rwri- mrmr
S. A. CROWELL,
PROPRIETOR I Siting friends in town,
f Httssitcd Tyrrell is holiday-
r in the vicinity of Nelson.
f,rn—In Midway on 4th inst,
wife of A. C. Mills, of a son.
ijpli S. I?i»>t mul family left
(fjday {|i| an extended visit
it. bonis.
>f, Larsen and Chas. Dolt/.
ock Crook, were in town to-
■ver 20 men are at work on
1 Morrison mine  in   Dend-
1 cainp;
jl,c syndicate developing the
tynt Boundary Falls is meet-
|ffith much encouragement,
jm Stronif, T. N. Coulson
Jack Mott returned on
Irstlny from a trip up the
U Fork,
pt-s Boll McLaren, who lias
i visiting hor sister Mrs. .las.
icol, returned to lier liome
arson on Friday.
ie annual   meeting of the
ctors of the Winnipeg mine
bo held on Tuesday, Oct,
lat the mine.
IDeitss has disposed of his
on Kettle river, above
. Crook, to Waterford Reed,
Phoenix.
Intensive improvements are
lUuitly going forward at the
Bier Lode mine, with a view
FXjicditious bundling of u
or output,
good library has been infill at tho Mother Lotle mine
fl'ortl thc boys n means of
Ii'ovement during the long
ter evenings.
|ie Hossland Evening World
abandoned the daily field
now appears weekly as the
slantl Saturday   World, an
it paged publication.
tic snow on the mountains
ae more elevated parts of
Boundary country, which
euretl this week, reminds us
; winter is not far distant.
Inthony J. McMillan, nianag-
directorof the Le Roi and
wslioecompanies, arrived in
i York recently. He is ac-
panied by George S. Water-
dam is being constructed iu
por creek gulch, near the
lier Lode compressor, which
I hold nearly a quarter of a
ion gallons of water in re-
e. |   ,
iveral mint's in the district
culling for more men, but
unable to secure them, A
iiderame number nf men
liriii profitably 1'iiiploy-
ii i'i lhc Boundary at pres*
firry Shallenbergor, who has
i working   on   the   Moreen
Jii in South Deadwood camp,
flighted with the ore body
opened  up.     He is ex-
ing some very fine spoei-
I» of copper ore from this
ii.
ni'k Fi Madden, of Chicago,
idontof the ProvidenceMin-
J'tinipany, is in the district
•i.   He. is very much pleased
tlio  record   his company
made, and  will probably
pli some new enterprises in
(Nr future.
""inger Plewmau, of the
"■'I'og, says ho expects to
'■ shipments on a small
0 in tho courso of ten days,
ithttt ho has 200 tons now
Hon down. The ore will go
N Sunset smelter at Bound-
s Falls.
I"1 Friday the 4th inst., the
11  °>* J.-G. Irving's ranch,
■'"nlos south of Midway, was
|lfoyed by flro.   Three horses
a cow perishing in   the
■lames, the cause   of  the
P's unknown, butit is thought
Mg'uated from the smoulder-
l°f sparks from tho thresh-
ongine which    hnd  hxiun
piling there a short time
Rro,
1ivoi,y peculiar looking ongino
|th »ix driving w)-0ols, no con*
 *•«  «'«u«   wnuu  V»ll  nil
ore run fi'„„, Eholt and their
peculiar rig in for the purpose
of giving thorn a great grip and
hauling power. Eight miles an
hour is about their speed limit
hut they can go at that rate and
hn nl a mountain.—Nelson News.
I). S.MoR'ae, of the (Inn of
Smith & McRae, Greenwood,
was married on Tuesday of this
week to Miss Maggie Stooke, of
Midway, The marriage took
place at the residence of George
R. Nadon, Greenwood, in the
presence of a few friends. The
happy con plo left on the afternoon 0. P. R, cast bound train
for a trip to the coast and return, via Spokane, followed by
the well-wishes of a host of
friends.
The E, P. U. mine under management of D. McVicar, is proving itself more valuable daily.
The lead at the bottom of the
shaft is now in free gold, very
rich, while the vein stripped
north of the shaft for a distance
of 250 feet gives high values
wherever tried. Arrangements
are in hand for more rapid development of this property, and
for the construction of agravity
tram to the valley.
The last issue of the B. C.
Gazette contains the notice of
the appointmentof Henry Frederick Wilmot, of Vernon, to be
mining recorder for the Vernon
mining division; deputy mining
recorder for the Fire Valley
river, in the Arrow Like mining division; deputy mining recorder for the district known as
the Upper Kettle river, in the,
Greenwood mining division;
collector of revenue tax for
the Vernon assessmant district ; deputy clerk of the
peace for the county of Yale,
holden at Vernon ; and provincial police constable, vice J. C.
Tunstall, resigned.
Word bus been received of
the death of Captain Napoleon
Fit/stubbs, formerly government agent of Nelson, B. G,
which took place at Santa
Monica, a seaside resort near
Los Angeles. The deceased was
well known throughout Southern British Columbia where he
was an old timer having been
appointed to the position above
referred to in 1891, and which
beheld until two years ngo,
when he resigned on account of
ill health.
The Game Laws.
Open Seasons. -September 1st
to December 14th,—Deer, buck
or doe; inountain goat, mount*
iin sheep 'ram).
September 1st to December
olst, Caribou, elk, wapita
(bull); grouse of all kinds, including prairie chickens; hare;
moose (bull),
September 1st to February 28
th.—Bittern; duck of all kinds;
heron, meadow lark, plover.
November 2nd to March lllth.
—Beaver, land  otter, marten.
It is unlawful to shoot or destroy at any time: Birds living
on noxious insects; English
blackbirds; caribou cow or calf;
chaffinch; deer fawn uniler
twelve months; elk, wapita,
cow or calf under two years;
gull, linet; moose, cow or calf
under twelve months; mountain
sheep, ewe or lamb; English
partridge; pheasants cook or
hen, except as hereinafter provided; quail, all kinds; robins
(farmers only may shoot thoso
in gardens between June 1st
nnd September 1st); skylark,
thrush.
It is unlawful to buy, sell or
expose for sale, show or advertisement, caribou, hare,£ bull
moose, mountain goat, mountain ram, before Octobor 1st;
deer, bofore September 1st; nor
any of the above-named animals
or birds at any time, except
duck, hluo grouse, heron and
plover, during the open season.
It is unlawful to kill or take
more than Hve caribou in one
season; more than ton deer, or
to hunt them with dogs or kill
nuns; or to take or destroy the
eggs of protected birds at any
time.
Itis unlawful to enter land
enclosed by fence, water or natural boundary, after notice or it
notice under section 11 is posted up; for non-residents
shoot without a license; for
non-resident Indians to kill
game at any time; to export or
transport for export in the raw
state, game birds of every kind,
and animals, protected, except
bear, braver marten and land
otter; to uso traps, nets, gins,
drugged bait, etc., to catch game
birds; to expose for sale' with
out its head, any doer, or bird
without its plumage; to use batteries, swivel-guns or sunken
punts in non-tidal waters to
take ducks or geese; for unlicensed non-residents to trap
cr kill bear or beaver for their
pelts; to kill an}' game bird between one hour after sunset
and one hour before sunrise;
to kill game birds or animals
imported for acclimatization
purposes; to take trOut except
by hook and line, or to use Sal
mon roe as bait; to enter with
hunting implements or permit
dogs to enter fields, or growing
orstanding grain, or enclosed
lands, without permission; for
Indians to kill does or fawns
from Feburary 1st to August 1st
to shoot on enclosed lands ou
Sundays without permission.
But Fanners or their authorized resident employees may
kill dear depasturing their cultivated Held, and free miners
may kill game for their own
use any time.
egou unci Washington points to
Chicago, Cairo, Memphis and
New Orleans at GREATLY
REDUCED RATES.
Tickets good for three
months. Going limit ten days.
Returning limit ten days after
to] starting west. Stop over privileges either way, west of the
Missouri River,
Sale dates are arranged to be
convenient for delegates to conven tions of National Educational Association at Boston; Elks
at Baltimore; Woodmen at In-
lianupolis; Eagles at New York;
Shriners at Saratoga; Knights
of Pythias tit Louisville, and
Commercial Travelers at Indianapolis.
You can take your choice of
Sixteen Different Routes.
Write us. We will cheerfully
give you anydetailed information you want.
B. H. Tkumhuu,,
Commercial Agent,
112 Third St.
Portland, Oregon
Reduced
Summer
i ates.
Excursion
The Denver & Rio Grande,
popularly known as the "Scenic
Lineof the World,"hasannounced greatly reduced round-trip
rates from Pacific Coast points
for the benefit of teachers who
will spend their vacation in the
East, and of delegates to all the
prominent Conventions—N. E.
A„ at Boston; A. 0. U. W„ at
St. Paul; B. P. 0. E„ at Baltimore; Wootlmey of America
at Indianapolis; Eagles, at
New York; Mystic Shrine, at
Saratoga Springs; K. of P., at
Louisville, and T. P. A,, at Indianapolis.
Tickets at the reduced rates
will be based upon one fare for
the round trip, hut will be sold
only on certain days, These
tickets will carry stop-over privileges on the going trip, giving
passengers an opportunity to
visit Salt Lake City, Glenwood
Springs, Colorado Springs, and
Denver; and will be gootl to return any time within ninety (90)
days. Passengers going via the
Denver & Rio Grande are giving the privilege of returning
via a different route.
For tho rate to the point you
wish to go, and for date of sale
aud other particulars, as well as
for illustrated pamphlets,
write
W. C. McBRIDE, General AKent,
124 Third St. Portland, Or.
JUTcLKOl) t BROWN,
B.viimsTBRS, .Solicitors, Etc
Gkkknwood. B. C.
Chas.
PROMOTER
A. Webster,
INVENTOR, DESIGNER,
Spokane,Wash.. U S.A.   Midway, B C.
C. J. LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR axd
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY, B. C.
p.v'M. KERBY,
r A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
Provincial Land   Sukvevok
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway .ixii Gukknwiiod.
DR.
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Block, Greenwood.
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REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
Limited
is the most famous of trans
continental trains via Omaha.
Between Omaha and Chicago
'
it runs via the
Chicago, Milwaukee &
St.
Paul Railway
Double daily   service Port
land  to   Chicago  via   this
route.    All meals served in
dining cars.
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NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To,Thomns Murray, of Ymir, nnd M, 3. Mor-
Itvrty, lalo of Ymir, B. O.
Yon i»ro hereby notified tlmt I lm vo
oxpondod Ono Hundred Dollars «I00.(I9) In assessment work on tho "Lucky Jim" Mlnornl
Clnim. rtliMto near Myors Crook In tho Green-
wood Mining Division of Ynlo Dlatrlct In Drills'! Columbia, to hold »nltl claim for tlio yonr
ending October, 10th, WW. and n further
sum of Ono Hundred Hollars l»l«l.nm in assessment, work lo hold mild clnim for tlio year end-
I nu October lllth. IM, and have furthor ex-
Bonded tlio sum of Flvo Dollars WS.OOI In recording said nssossi*ioiits In order lo hold snid
elnlm ntitlcr tho provisions of Section 21 of
Ibo Mlnernl Act.
And If within ninety dnys nfler the puuli-
enllonofthlsnoliee.vou.oroltbei'of yon fall
„r refuse to pay or contribute your portion
„f tbo expenditure roqnlrcd undor said section '21 that Is to sny.tbe said Thomas Murray In'the sum of SH.W and lho snid M. .1.
Morlarty in the snni of 8U8.1I3. together will,
v0„r portion of nil costs of advertising, thf
Urirt of such of you as fall of refuse lo
contribute your portion of said expenditure
nmleosls of advertising, shall becomo yostc
i„ ,i,o subscriber (your co-owner) uniler «•
tion I of the "Mlnoral Aot Amendment Acl
ImoiI al Cninp McKinney. II. 0„ this SSW
K Juno. 1003.   Lnstlssno Sept. Wilt. 1»
'"l) ,1. A. DALANDKU.
Henry Nicholson, Notary Public.
Spokane Falls &Nopthern
Railway Co.
Nelson k Ft, Shsppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & G. N. Ry.,
Van.,Vic.&E.By.&N.Co.
The only nil mil ii-tita hflwwii
points o'ist, wost nnd smith to Ross-
Innd, Nelson, (Jnittil Porks nnd Bepiilt-
lie. Connects nt dpiikiuie with thc
fireul Nohhern, Northern Rnciflt! und
O. il. k N. (Jo, for pointa enst, west
mui winth ; connects ul Ros-lnod nnd
Nelson with the Onniiiliitii Pniifit; Uy,
Connect*nt Nelson witli tlm K. II, * N.
Co, for Kaslo mul Sloeitii points.
oniH't'ts at Curlew with stage for
Greenwood nnd Midway II, C.
Ilufl'et  oars  run  on  trains  between
Spokuue and llepnltlle,
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, 1002:
Loavo, Arrive.
n.ffi'V.nt  SPOKANK      M.ip.in.
lll.l.i n.m  ltOSSI.ANll      5.10pm.
7.00 n.m  NELSON       8.00p.m.
ll.OOn.i'.t GUAM) t'OIIKS....    MMp.tn.
0.15a.m UKI'llllLIC       lUOp.in
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Manufactured by the Hilda Cigar
Factory, I. Blumenstiel, Proprietor,  ^wfJl-J5
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The "nAEIIISTEir is tt linnd Mndo.tJnion Make dinar. It is
•U inches, full size nnd is made out of Pure lluvnuiui Filler and
the very Choicest of Sumnbru wrapper,
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Through Salt Lake City, Leadville,  Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver   nnd
the Fnmous Rocky Mountain Scenery by Daylight to all Points Eust,
.ST TRAIN j> D*1LY BETWEEN OGDEN *M DENVER
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I24THIRDST,    PORTLAND,
ORE.
Sams*
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Bxodutod to tlie Satisfaction of
Customers
NOTICE.
"["AKK noliee Uml Sl dnys from Iho ditto
liorcnf 1 Intend to npttly to tbe eitiof Horn-
inissloiiet'of ljivnils nnd Works for iit'i'iiilssi.in
'o put'chnos the unoccupied*frnct-tonnl tiorlb
west \ of Soeton 18 Township 51, Osoyoos ills-
M'tot.
Dnlod this 3rd dny of August,, IIKKI.
CON. II. AltUNIIiai,,
C. dell. Grooll,
AgOlit.
NOTICE OF FOHFEITUBE.
To Joseph Snultor or nny person or persons
to whom you may hnve trnnsferroil your interest lo in lhc "Highlnnd Chief" Minora]
Claim stlutile In Cninp MoKinnuy, in lln
Greenwood Mining Illvlsioit ol' Ynlo District)
You ure herutiy mitlllcd thnl 1 havo oxpondocl
4U8. In order tq bold your interesl in Hit
snid mlnernl olnittt undor the provision of lhe
Mlnernl Act,, thnt you should oonlt'tbtito the
stun of $118. for your lntoi'cst in Hiiiil claim,
■Hid If within 00 days of the Hrsl Insertion ol
this notice you fall or refuse to iwult'lltuloihe
sum of 9118. which ts now tint* hy yon, together with nil costs of ndvet'llsing, your inlerest. In said mlnernl olnlm will Itct'oinir tin'
property of tltosttliscrlbei' undor seotlon four
of no Ael, entitled the "Mitntal Ael, Amend'
nit'til, Aci,"liKKI.
Ilntcd this I8tii day of July, 100.1.
(.iWIROKM. BKNNKT.
NOTICE.
JAK Knoll
I'l'i'trf, I Itltotl
ids!
Ilini it
tnnpply
! Win
rrf Inn
iliiys from   the ilnlo
In tire t'hlcf t'olinnlS'
|jrj   fin' permission to
Ph'Iiii'IIio noil li tvi'-t,
Section!). Township .'.I. Osoyoos tllslriot.
Datod Ihis Ith day of August, l»:i.
ill. K.QlllCKN
O.deU. anion,
Agent.
NOTICE.
JAK Kool len lhat (Kl  dnys front the dato
hereof. I Intend to upply to Hm chief Commissioner of Irittnls nml Works for permission
!o ptirel.use .120 norosof Innd being tlio north.
J of Soclion 8i, Township III, Osoyoos district.
Dated this Ith day of August, ISK13,
A. WOOD
C. deli. Groon,
Agent,
SWili^i^mmme&s^i
£iytfi!ii'i'"-tt  -■-■-,"-■ *.■»*«•*•*- ,-.,.'..!«,.. I
8 ON TOE MP ML.
fA.
It wiil be the most important Railway Centre in the
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in tiie centre of a
rich Mining, Stock-Raising,
Ranching, Gardening, Manufacturing, Coal Producing,
and Railway District.
Midway property will
make yos rich. It is not
a sedate, it is an investment.
1
Midway, the coming railway, commercial, whole-
centre of the Kettle River
and Boundary Creek Districts, is situated at tlio
Utiilll ■Z.iiii
\f   ','
Creek and Kettle Riw
Tli8 leading osie m
pn in the country, with
rn excellent climate, pro
water supply, and sur
rounded by rich agricultural land.
A. M. WOVENDBN, Sec
:«» St Joint Street,
Montreal, P. Q
Business,  residence and garden lots at iow prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
mmmmms^i
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HATUIli'AY, SEPTEMBER 12,1003.
Provincial Elections.
Tlm following nominations
have been made over the province :
Atlin—John Kirkland, Labor.
Conservative; John W. Benuei
j Socialist.
Similkameen—W. J. Snod-
grass, Liberal; L. W. Shatford,
Conservative.
Skeenar-C. W. D. Clifford,
Conservative; P. Herman, Liberal.
Slocan—R. A. Brudshaw, Liberal; W. Hunter, Conservative;
: W. Davidson.
Chilliwack—-J.   L. Atkinson,,
Conservative;   C.   W.   Munro, \ ^n00"^^^^, Socialist,
Liberal.
Cotnox-F. Mel). Young, Lib
oral.
, J. Edwards, A. G. Perry, and F,
' Williams, Labor.
Yale — Stuart    Henderson.
um, ~„v..«. „       liuimcisuil,
Columbia-W. C. Wells, Lib- ^ibt"'a1' T-   <*.   MeMana mon,
eral. Conservative.
1   Ymir—A. Parr,   Liberal; H.
Cranbrook—Dr. J, H. King,
Wright, Conservative*.
Liberal; Tiios. Ctviu, Conservative, j        ■ •    -   '-    "
Cowic.lian— J. N. Evans,  Lib-j    »«**rt«i» the hm nt ,h, R„t*,,
eral; E. M. Skinner. R- Rautenberg,   who hat boen  In-
Esquimalt - John    Jardine, I thKtoiiimL £ouk,'ul><»»   ■»»«*
,,       '   'linen1    PUgi linage was stopijed.     He
Conservative;  C.   W.   Munro, i 8**.v»:
Libonil j. As a rcsult <lf my Investigations  1
Til • Ui    fl   CX     -LX      T *l 1       "ftVe C01"e t0 H'D COnJ lllsioil  thnt thn
Fernie-E, C. Smith, Lilieral; world does not „„ssosg tt ££$Pl£
J. Ii. Mi'Cherson, Socialist. e[- T0 """•<*> duss o( people', ond
I that they dilTer from their detractors
' mainly in thnt they are actually tiv-
m'i10..    u   "" t? the P''*nc*PleR   of
Grand Porks—-Neil McCallum,
Liberal; George A. Fraser, Conservative; John Rtordan, Socialist,
Greenwood -J. R. Brown,
Lilieral; Dr. J. E;Spankie, Conservative. 1%
Islands—T. W. Patterson, Liberal.
Kamloops—F. J. Deane, Lib-
oval; F, J. Fulton, Conservative.
Kaslo--*.]!. L Retalluc.lt, Lib
eral; Hon, R, F, Green, Conservative,
Lilloot—Dr. George Sanson,
Liberal.''
Nanaimo —Edward Quennel,
ConsBi'ViiMvej J. I.!. Hawthom-
waite, Socialist,
Nelson,*—John
sorvar.i
Rousti n, Con*
Puylor, Libei'al
NowcaMlle -D,   W.
Christianity which they profess:
Ihey refuse to light; thoy will not
bear aims; thoy pcrsLst In turning
the other cheek. Aro they right from
the standpoint of Jesus, or does tho
hypocritical bloodthl.sty mob which
gloiles in tin* destruction of tho weak
better represent tho principles ol the
wan of Pence?"
They boliovo that Ood is the Father
of all life; that He loves His crea-
tttres with a tender, fatherly love
To servo Him menus to the iloukho-
bor to sorvc His cmatnns, for he
t alms we.cannot serve Ood |n unv
othor way. than to love and do good
to all hii offspring, human and animal. Llko nil high and holy doctrine, this appears extreme from our
standpoint, hut aro not tho n0ukho-
bors far nearer to the truth titan
those men who, while professing to
love God, (lock in season l)v thousand! Into the north to kill ftnrl
maim, in cruel sport, the Innocent
dor which harmlessly onloy their
Ood given life and existent e?' In mv
opinion, nothing shows more glaringly the fallen, hideous iintui'o of man
than his lust for Innocent blood  Tig-
jlllCI'ltl
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11 erH   °n'V   k"'    t0   °:,t;    lnl,n   '"   "1C   °n''V'
Bltll ray,   efmi„rt   „,•,(,   kills his    fellow-cre-i-
'.-■ll'   ,        r,    .   .. ,     •■"•■■""»   .vim   hii in nis    let Inw-creu,-
Wlllltps,  Socialist,   teres for pure snort.   Who is right-
IVliliRt,?r*. -W,     Gif-   th" 1)oul|chobor or the si'oi'tsman?
ford,   Conservative;    John  C
Brown, Liberal.
1'inini.
It Is largely a matter of accident.
  •" « ••■B'jiy a maiter or  accident
Okftnugivh**-".    W, Sterling,   -Jel'-S In the right place at the  right
;i„ I, 1,,-      rail. ,, Mine, and doing tho right thinu   or
liberal; 1 rice Ellison, Oonsery- hotter nun, nSthi pcoplo S vou
-T.    W.    layloi
■, ■
Revels!.
 jng poopio Hunk you
arc doing the right thing, ii   about
all there la to fume.
0, M. OROOSE,
Agent for llrilisli (Jillttiiililn
.'lidwiiy, u.,t;.
_m_)kEiwatiaaaam
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Porks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, ete.
A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The secret nf success in planting, is, kiuht—in secure gxnsl stork.
sKf.'o.Mi—to plant as soon as possible .titer it is ting.
Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after tbey are dug.
Price lint, nnd  full  information promptly  (flven.
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS COLLEGE. |
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
BICYCLE AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
PAlANTnING0   SKATES
SIGN OL SHARPENED
WORK       l J g
MIDWAY AND   ^181/11^^
GREENWOOD.   ' fB** / ■■**■ *J
The school where thorough work is clone; where the reasti
is always given;  where confidence is developed ; where Boom
keeping vis taught exactly as books .ire being kept in business
where Siiorti|ANI) is scientific; where penmanship is at  i-s
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in <■IV'
ii. Service, Tku;c;kam)x,.Engusii syicl CAktooninW wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them     howto llC
successful.    No argument is so eloquent as   the record ol
things well done.    No mortgage can  corrupt,   no  chief i;l"
break through and steal the knowledge of I low to Do.    W I'"1
you know what a school can do for you by what it has clone M
others is it better to trust to luck?   I.s it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN, BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane Wash'
Advertise in
The Dispatch.

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