BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Midway Dispatch C. M. Crouse Mar 7, 1903

Item Metadata

Download

Media
advance-1.0347725.pdf
Metadata
JSON: advance-1.0347725.json
JSON-LD: advance-1.0347725-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): advance-1.0347725-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: advance-1.0347725-rdf.json
Turtle: advance-1.0347725-turtle.txt
N-Triples: advance-1.0347725-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: advance-1.0347725-source.json
Full Text
advance-1.0347725-fulltext.txt
Citation
advance-1.0347725.ris

Full Text

 gww w an
Vol. I, No. 38.'
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY,  MARCH, 7,   1903.
$2.00 per Year.
NEW SEASONS TEAS
it*** .■#***+#«b***MA* * *.. .. * * * .* 4444 4** -i44 #4 44 *'t 44*44444 44***4444 _ *
j Just received a fuii Hne of
New S < ies Teas in Blacks & Greens.
These Teas were bought right both as to quality
and price and we feel certain that we can please the
majority of Tea Drinkers after a trial sample, which
is free for the asking.
M   a general favorite,
»    rich, strong liquor,
the strongest tea in the market, each Cft «j«
Hat Lais Pure Indian Tea
Blue Rita Ceylon
SilVfiP oPOORiea, package contains a silver spoon
Hondi Ceylon Blend,
Jafflong G&ylon Pekoe, popuiar uod,
Finest Moyiine Gunpowder,
Einest Spider Leg Japan,
60 els.
50 els.
Presentation to Paul Johnson.
Last Saturday afternoon thn
employees of the British Columbia Copper Company's smelter
presented Paul Johnson, E. M.,
with a golil watch, chain antl
charm on the occasion of his retirement from the management
of the smelting works. Tnside
the watch case the following
inscription was engraved:
"Presented to Paul Johnson by
the employees of the smelting
department of the B. C. Copper
Co., Greenwootl* B. C, March 1,
$P." Mr. George B. Paul,
smelter accountant, in making
tin* presentation ou behalf of
the donors, in a few well chosen
words,expressed the high es-
teejri^in whicli they held Mr.
Jolimton,   their   regret at  his
javingthe Greenwood smelter,
flind their earnest hope that a
long antl still more   successful
45 ets.
40 ets.
50 ets.
60 ets.
All Teas S oto. per Ji. less in 10 Ik. lots.
MCNICOL
:-. J -IM
r4
KMiAfEW
i
■■■■.-<
1
.
*
*
CLOTHING
rtoiimly It'
dav-
BOOTS
&
SHOES
AND
i
But good warm Clothing will keep you warm any |^
Don't go around shivering in cheap, shoddy ,|3i
Clothes, but call in and get goods that   will defy  the fa
winter's chilly blast.    It costs but very little more, and J|L
will look like something in an    up-to-date |p
Purchase now and en- '■$.
besides you
§ Suit  of Clothes or Overcoat.
ov the winter, it is liable to last a long time
joy
hen In aoi
As to where to buy your footwear, call
A
on us.   A
•f.
f trial purchase and you become our regular customer. |
| Good quality and low prices combined never fail to|
* .rive satisfaction.
I*
1
career as a metallurgist of high
-landing lay before him.   Mr.
Johnson wns genuinely surprised and at first had little to say
beyond   tendering   his sincere
thanks for the   testimony   of
goodwill and esteem he had re-
ceiv-d, but by the time a couple
(■of kegs of beer and several boxen of cigars he sent for arrived
Be lmd collected his thought, so
that he was able, as lie said, to
"tell them all that was in   his
heart."   He briefy reviewed his
connection over a long series of
yenrs  with   tlie  Kansas   City
Works, Mo.; Leiniugton, Utah;
El Pasco, Texas ; Aguns Calien-
tes, Mexico: Nelson, B. C. and
Greenwood smelters.   Some of
t.lk.wM *pve«ra«vfe \,t\.\ -cr.,i)\.x:a\ uiuler
liiiii at all or nearly till of those [
places, and he assured them
that if negotiations th en in pro
gross looking to his undertaking the early erection of a large
smelter in another part of North
America should result in his
doing tliis he would be happy
to find room on his working
force for any of. them slinulil
they decide to work under him
again. He was much gratified
to find once again tbat harmonious and friendly feelings existed between them in their connection us employer and employed, and urged upon thoni
that a continuation and general
existence of this readiness to
work together was a very important factor in insuring success in connection with tlie
mining and smelting industries,
especially in such a district as
the Boundary, where all must
pull together to make these industries profitable. Remarkable results had been achieved
at tlie Greenwood smelter, in
reducing the cost of smelting as
well as in (making a record in
tonnage, and in these achievements the employees hail taken
nn important part liy doing
their work well. In the evening Mr. Johnson entertained
the men at. dinner at the Hotel
Armstrong, where an enjoy aide
time was spent until the party
broke up just before midnight.
of a delegation appointed to
attempt conciliation of the
Crows Nest miners' strike. The
delegates are: W. G. Gaunce,
Greenwood; P. Keffer, Greenwood; A. C. Fluniiiierfelt, Grand
Forks; H. G. Seaman, Rossland;
Chris. Foley, Vancouver, and
McAndrews, Kaslo. They go at
government expense.
Manager Tonkin of the Crows
Nest mines, when asked if lie
would accept the mediation of
the delegation, thanked the
meeting for the interest taken
in this matter. He would otter
them any courtesy. He would
give them access to tlie books
of the company and was pleased
that sueh a committee was appointed.
In discussing coal lands Smith
Curtis moved that the Dominion government be urged to open up tho 50,000 acres of coal
lands in the Crows Nest country
so that it might provide an independent supply of coal and
coke and that industries might
not be tied up. In doing so lie
had no animosity towards any
company. It was for tlie interest of the country.
This resolution was carried
and also one by F. H. Wollaston
recommending that the dominion government open up the
minerals of Indian reserves to
prospectors.
Another resolution passed of
importance tothe people of the
Kootenay country was:
"That this association favors
an amendment to the ininera
act,    that   whore    a   mineral
rtnvm Ims lieen  »ubillvi_c<l  ini*<
townsite lots and a plan recorded, the mineral rights only,
without any right to tlie surface, may be offered for sale for
taxes and upon such sale being
made that the government
have power to vest any surface
rights that previously appertained to such mineral claim in
the municipality within which
it is situated, as to streets, limes
and highways and in the lot
owners as to the recorded lots
owned by them respectively,"
au 1 has accepted on behalf of
the company the proposal t f a
New York company to supply
development funds.
. As tliis company is itself only
lately organized, and has other
companies besides cur own tel
finance, development funds will
come to us slowly at the outset,
and it luis been tlie work of ti.e
secretary to try and slippli -
ment the action of this coinpaiiy by means of a syiidiciile.
It was not found possible to
do this in the last three months,
as tlie Canadian and the United
States markets were very dull
during the past year for mining interests, but with the advent of the new year a marked
change for the better has appeared, and a circular to tbe
shareholders will likely be issued shortly as regards starting
development work again.
i
.■'-•■•'■
If you am going t© R*
The Rathmullen Mines, Ltd.
Tlie Kithmalien Mines, Ltd
operating  near  Grand   Forks
B. C, has issued the following
circular to shareholders:   Since
tlie last circular was issuetl on
this subject (March 28,11)02), tbe
directors  have   lieen  working
along the lines therein mentioned.   The Knglisli proposal was
laid in  abeyance as, owing to
the unsatisfactory condition of
the London market, tbe London
broker who was to underwrite
declined doing so until better
times.   The secretary in the interim lias visited the Canadian,
New York and Boston mark et
A Neat Booklet on Patents
We'have received from Messrs.   Marion & Marion, Patent
Attorneys, of Montreal, an admirable   compendium    of cor-
Uensect information on tiie subject of Patents .and   everyday
statistical data.   This little book
entitled "invention,'' is just the
proper size'fw the vest pocket,
'!), x U inchesvis bound in handsome eLlluloid covers, and   contains not only  quadrilla-rulcd
blank  pages   for   memoranda,
but also 28 pages of  interesting
printed mailer including quite
a surprising amount of   novel
and   useful    inforinatioii    not
heretofore published.    Among
the items of information   contained in this compact little volume are graphically illustrated
tables showing   the growth   of
the United States and   panada
Patent    Offices,   Geographical
Distribution of   United States
and Canadian Patentees, Distribution of Canadian Patentees
among the different countries,
the inventiveness of the United
Statesand Canada, thc world's
greatest,    inventors,   and le^nl
markings for patented articles,
in addition to the very full a.d
useful description of the mode
of patent and trade mark procedure and the extensive equipment of Messrs. Marion tt Marion    for   their   work.   A   full
schedule of costs is also given,
and a highly interesting list, of
some of the fields of invention
in whicli they have obtained
patents.
The book is prepared especially for tlie use of the technical and industrial clients of
Messrs. Marion & Marion, and
does this enterprising firm much
credit. We understand that it
is to be had from them by the
readers of this paper on request,
I for 10 cents.
HAIN & CO.
1
i
 i
_E>,
,%
IH •... .hint-ir lool, the best way   of car-1\
Io economise during *9".- *■ > -^
HB    .  .   ,,„rrhise vour groceries from us,  we#
| rying it out is to purcliase )oui s ^
I will help you to keep it, in to we will guarantee tat |
t it is kept if your orders are placed in our hands,   be-1
%' I ■.....____ -.u-dno   fresh  Groceries are such M
GROCERIES! that New Year's reso-
AT
aying of many dollars during a year is eitected. |
E».
. .V A'tVl:  .•''<
Sat. mi
. ..>
| cause our prices for choice,
| that a s;
*
_
ffected.
W
iis.    :«.'.
'    Sfc.   -.A.    ■■<
■V    -A''     >&.        A
'A-i        *•<
,£«..'' ... •'' ■*•
I
Provincial   Mining Association
Completes its Business.
Victoria, March 2,—-The provincial mining convention
wound up its husiness to-day,
after completing a great deal of
important work. I. B. Hobson,
who is to a large extent the
father of the new association,
and who helped also to form
the California Miners' association, stated this morning that
the present meeting eclipsed
that of California and that next
year there would lie 500 delegates in attendance.
Not tho least important act
of the association was the departure litis evening for Fernie
SPRING MEDICINE
THOMAS
HAS   THE KIND  YOU  WANT-
■MHHHHflBMHI C. M. CU0USK kdllov nnd Proprietor
Published wtHikly at Midway, B.C.
Sn'isoi'iption price $2.00 iioraimuin, payable
in ailvauue, clllior yearly or hall yearly at tho
option ul ilie subsorl-or.
Advertising rates sent on application.
SATUKDAY, MARCH, 7, 1003.
If your subscription is in arrears, kindly remit the amount.
Two dollars does not seem much
to you, while if all those in arrears would pay up, it would
amount to considerable to us.
Kindly settle at once so that it
■will not be necessary for us to
refer to the matter again.
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
Markets at: Greenwood, Grand Forks, Plioeriix
aqd Midway.
t«5«i«i««l«<«<€«Ki«Ki««««W<€<€§
It is now believed tlie strike
at the Crow's Nest Pass Coal
Company'.! min;).., will be settled
within the next few day.
Several of the minor differences
between tbe company and the
miners hive already been over
com3 mil there is every reason
to believe that shortly after tlie
arrival of the conciliation com
mtttee a satisfactory settlement
will be arrived at and that work
will be a' on n rosim il.
There is nothing new regard
ing the V. V. & E. railway company to report this week beyond
the removal of the surveyors
from wliere they were camped,
n'jiiir Molson, to a point near
Boundary Falls. It is reported
that they are running the final
line between here and Greenwood, and that they will im-
mediately commence cross-section but it is difficult to under
stand just what they are doing
or what their next move will be
The C. P. H. company evidently did   not prolit by the teach
ings   of    the   sedticminen   two
years ago, when that organixa
tion compelled the compauy te
recognize   them   as    a   union
otherwise it would not have provoked the strike now   in  force
in Vancouver, by refusing to vo-
cogni/.e  the     brotherhood    of
tJ.:B.It. E.    The    strike    wa.
forced on the members of thai
organization, they did not wisli
to go out on strike but the company acted in  such  a  manne;
that it was the only course left
for them tn pursue.  No requests
or demands  for increased pay,
shorter hours of service or conditions    differing  from  those
hitherto  in    force  have  been
mule by the brotherhood or by
the division in   Vancouver,  so
tbat nothing has been done on
tlie part of the  men   to  bring
about this strike.   On the other
hand the railway sompany has
been dismissing employees for
practically  no    other   offence
than that they belonged to the
organization   of U.  B.  R. E.
The company's object is to crush
the brotherhood,  and  for an
employee  to  belong  to  it  is
sufficient to cause his dismissal.
Lately a number  of men have
been discharged for  ficticious
offences and  the organiiation
has taken up  the  matter  and
refuse to  serve the  conipany
and appeal to all union men in
Vancouver and British Columbia
to  support  their   cause.     As
proof of the company's unwillingness to deal fairly with the
men the Vancouver   board of
trade offered to namo a mediatory committee to seek to bring
about a reconciliation between
the brotherhood and tlie. company.   Tlie president of the organization, on  behalf of  the
strikers,  expressed entire willingness  to  leave the  adjustment of diffiereuc.es to that body
or  any  other   promising    an
impartial        bearing and
an early termination of the interruption to business, but when
the general superintendent of
the railway company was asked
to leave the ndjusim.ntof differences to that body be refused to
submit to it,
invoked the strike by its un
reasonable a stiors in dismissing
employees. It hopes to crush
the bretherhoo 1 before that
o gani/«u o    gains a stronger
foothold, but it will never accomplish its object, the organization must be recognized
The same cause that brought
on the trackmen's strike two
years ago has brought on the
present one and the result will
be the same, tlie conipany will,
by its own actions, be compelled, and rightly, too, to recognize the the strikers as an organized brotherhood. The company in prolonging the strike
shows eVen leas common sense
than it did in invoking it It is
unable, with everything running smoothly, to handle its
traffic and every hour that
freight is not moving increases
its inefficiency to handle its
business. Right here in the
Boundary we have evey evidence of the company's lack of
facilities for giving a good train
service. There is scarcely a day
but the passenger train is late
going out as the engine has to
work elsewhere along the line
un. does not get through in
time to return and pull its train
out at the proper hour. This is
only one instance of the C. P. It
company's inability to give a
service that is in the least satisfactory. With this state of affairs existing it would naturally be thought that the company
would do all in its power to
prevent a strike, but it appears
that it would rather concentrate
its efforts to crushing the brotherhood of U. R R.  E. than to
attend  on   jn-vrvidii&j-    citlti. Hint
cars for the removal of freight
it has contracted to haul.
Chas. J. Andren, one of tlie
furnrce foremen at the B. C.
Copper Company's smelter, soon
after he came into the district
in 1899, purchased from the late
John Lindsay, of Rock Creek,
180 acres of land adjoing that
held by Robert Wood and
known ns the Rock Creek coal
lands. Last week Mr. Andren
sold his holding to the Ashnola
Smelter Company, Ltd., whicli
organization recently acquired
Mr. Wood's land. A number of
men are now at work developing the coal showing.
fllllWIUmur «• km.-. ..•...—  ..
nil over \he UiiIod as the ©nn» Ml
way ruining th* "Pionekr LiHItkd'
t,iilns etfrfry d*jr nnd night lirtW-lui Mt.
pimliind Chicago, nml Omaha anil
Ohl-iiKO, "The nnly perfect trains in
the world." Unileislniiil : Conner
tions are made with AIiL Transoon
tltienl al Ijine8,-»s8tiriiiK>U>'* pat«t»iM«i>
the heal service known. Ltixui loin
coarhes, electric lights, steam heat, m
a verity equaled hy no other line.
See that yonr tiuket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any poinl
in Ihu United Stales or Canada. AH
ticket agents sell Ihem.
For i'iite» pamphlets or othei Intdr
iiiutloii, address,
R. la. FOBD,      '"       ft. S. !tO*E,
Trav. Puss. Agt. Uuiwral'Agont,
SPOKANK, WASH.      PORTLAND, OK.
FURS
Srs. HIDES
.SENECA*-AND DEERSKINS
mcmiuan fur & wool co.
* - .,
*i.       .'
jj.'.Minneapolis,  Minn.
WRITE    FOR   CIRCULARS
Fatal accident at the Knob Hill.
Early last Tuesday morning a
futal accident occurred at tho
Knob Hill mine, Phoenix. As
the men were coming off shift
about one o clock, two of their
number_were found to be missing and a search revealed the
fact that they had drilled a
missed hole, the explosion killing one man, William Watson,
outright and so seriously mangling thc other, John Salmon,
that he has since succummed to
his injuries.
Watson was a young man
about 23 years of age, whilo
Salmon was some ten years older. Both men were natives of
Nova Scotia and had worked at
tlie mines in that camp for
many months, and were capable miners and well liked by
their comrades.
Watson's father, who lives on
a ranch near Republic, took the
remains to that place for interment, on Wednesday. Salmon's
funeral took place yesterday to
the Greenwood cemetery.
STRAYED.
siraycii ui in; ,,!,,,„.., c_iu„,m_m„ Vnhs. pn
Ilie 12th dny of Jnnuarr, 1903, a sorrel iliorat,
with while himt li>K», whit* strip down fiipe.
blind in left nyo, weight abuut 1.IMI ,lbn„
b'otchi'd brand on right, shoulder, rusouiiiies
a tiroes wiih the ends (excepting the lower
one) bent to tho lefl. like n hook. If not claimed within ,10 davs will bo sold to defray expenses.   For further particulars apply io.
J. M. THOMAS.
NOTICE.
NOTI.K IS HKRKIlYJ OJVKN .Hint the
Midwav at'd .onion RAlway I'onlpan)'
will apply in lhe Parliament of Canada at ll>
next Session for an act, declaring lhe rallwii'
ig 1	
and'works wjiloli tha Company nos hem mil h
oriwd hyth-l»Klsl»t,iiro,.t »c .Province ol
ItrltMi Columbia to fninarilbt.-ln be Works for
the general advantage of Canada extending
thnthiio within, which It may construct, the
snnie, and giving lo thu Company such po vers
as to maintaining ami operating or disponing
of Ita railwav and works and such other Jmiw
on and privileges as are usually given In Kill
way Coinpniilcf incorporated by the Parliament
of Canada.
Dated at Ottawa, this 18th day of December,
A.D.. 1H&-
WILSON 8KN KLKU k BLOOM. HOLD.
Solicitors for Applicant*.
MoOIVKIIIN&HAYDON,
Agents for Ottawa.
STRAYED.
Came to my premises about tho middle of
December, a while pony mare, ronuhed mane
hrandel | on left,uhoulded. If not claimed
within 30 dni'swlll he sold to pay fnr fnr koop.
H. A. TANNKIl,
Veh. 10, 1903. Itock Creok,, II. C
MAIL CONTRACT.
TICKETS
-TO ANU FUOM ALL-
POINTS EAST VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SMORT LINE
TO
St.Haul, Duluth, rilnneapolls, Chicago
AND POINTS KAST
Through Palaco and Tourist Sleepers
Dining and   lliitt'ut   Smoking   Library  Cars
DAILY TRAINS . KAST TIMK : SKHVICK
AND SOKNKRY UNKQUA,LED.
tlfor Rales,  Folders and   r^iill' Information,
call on or nddrcs«,
U, BKANDT, V. P. kt. A..
701 VV, KiviTsiili. Avenue,
Spokane. Wash.
A. B. C. DENNIHTON.Ii. VV. I'. A„
Sbattbe, Wash.
p.™»:*tr°^Rs,i^,r
ofVMay1n«i?U"' »'ld *>''««"»>& 1st!
Printed notices containing furihor inform.
Hon a, to conditions of promised I oul S
^••^llhel.wtomct'sof I'eniiijVm Vrliiee
wn, Olalla, Korcmoos, White Lake. _a ri- I.u
U,e00««.r.d **JW ,»»« aUbo o Bco of
tne Fob*. Olllce Inspector, Vancouver, B. C.
W. H. IIOKMAN,
Post onion
Inspector
HostpfflccliiKpector'sl
?•!f',<JV'•iMMuvor, 11. C.
13th February, HM.      /
TheMopmqn Temple.
J. P. Keane, superintendent
of the Cariboo mine, Camp Mc
Kinney, was in Midway yerter
day.
Why you -hmild liny
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
T0BACCO
BECAUSE it is the IipbI, quality
BECAUSE it ia most la.Unn chew
BECAUSE it la the largwst, high grad„
10 or 25c. plug
The conipnny has| BBCAUSBlhe I,aga are valuable, for
premiums until Jm. I, -yog
BBOAU8Eynur dealer Ig authorised
_*>.. 'efunil   vou !■ iiriini'v
you are not gatlsMed.
THB EMPIRE TOBACCOCO., Ltd.
The Moi'iniiii temple mc Suit
Lake City Is n„ fl,,,,!,. ihv mml H||t,
Manual and well con«t|..i«ed religious
edifice in the United Slates, if »„t in
the world. Corner stone laid April 6
1858, cap alone April 6. 1802 and dedicated April 6,1808, over forty years of
const am. khor heing _oii»um«t In ils
construction. This magnificent structure m feet long, l(K) feet wide** Iniilt
entirely of Utah white grrnite, lieautl
fully carved, symbolic of the Mo..„„„
faith, surmounted hy six towers, the
highest being2110 feet from tbegrjund
supiiorting a bronze slnlxx* of iheang
elMarotii. The cost of ,hl9 huildiiiR
is about $0,000,«_). There are ninny
other attractions at Salt Lake City of
inteiest to the traveler nr tourist,
where »day can lie well spent The
Bio Grande is the only Trans-cOiiH.
nental route passing directly through'
Sail Lake City, where n stopover is
allowed on all classes of t.iokets The
service „f the Kio (i.vinde ||,)(!S f8 „„.
excelled. Th,.,,,.,in. daily between
Og.len and l),.„v,.,', cirrylng all clas*
se.i of modern equipment. If yb„ wg
oontemplating a trip t0 tho East,
write tho undersigned for information
regarding rales via the "scenic line of
the woild t" W. (!. McBride, General
Cl'., VI f Roche, Traveling Pm
senger Ageni, 121 Third Si„ l-nrtbuid
O.egon.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of Improvements.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
Votlce.
MoONUOIIT    MlNKKAl. CUIM.
Situate In ths Kettle Mining Division of
Yale District. Where Located :-ln Long
Camp, lying south of and adjoining the
Lady of the Lake  mineral claim,
TAKK NOTICK lhat I, Spencer Hone.
man, free miner, certificate Sn. iiilum
Intend sixly days from the date hereof, In apply to the Mining Itooordor for a llertllliaie
of Improvements, fir thc purpose of oblaiuiiiK
a Crown Qranl. of the above claim.
And funh.r lake notice thai action, under
section 37, must he commenced hoforo 'he issu
sneo of such certificate of improvements,
Dated this 6th day of Maroh, A. D. limit.
HPKN.KK ll-NKHMAN.
K. IVILIOIIOUFTO
Carrying His majesty's flail*.
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, .Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m., arriving at
CAM> McKINNEY at 5 p. m,
' Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m,,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m., and making connection with the train going east at 2105 o'clock.
The best of accommodation for
tho oonvonionoe  of tho
travelling pubNo.
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR.
CROWELL'S
HOTEL...
H
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
ooooooo I
Headquarters for
Mining and Commereial i
ooooooo
First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel,!
>oooooooo< I
S. A. CROWELL, Prop.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
This hotel is centrally located and is a stopping1 place for sup
lines.   Good stabling; on the promises.
Orvlvj tKe choicest brands of Wir\es, Liquors,
ar\d Gigars at tKe Bar
SITUATE!I) A.T B>U.VI>\UY   FALLS, B. C
THE
5T LOUIS
HOTEL
CUMP MCKINNEY
MCBOYLE i WEST
PROPRIETORS.
This well-known hotel has
been re-opened and offers ev-
ry convenience to the traveling puhlic. The building is
newly re-furnished and the bar
is stocked with only the best
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Excellent meals served in the
dining room.
Make this your   Headquarters
When in Camp McKinney.
W. E. McBoyle   Gorman West
fa
J.H.BU3HM
«
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
Ml Rinds of Work Executed to the Satisfaction of Customer
i
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Whieh ts Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.   ■   RES., $2,500,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKER, Gen. Mgr.
HENRY F. MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch. I'l"
JuclK<> Kelihan, of Uurlew,  ptiia
ti,iwly 11 visit this week.
Mrs. Coryell,   of  Carson, is
Lisitin|?Mrs. Jan. McNicol
jl,,9, J. W. Beed, of Eholt, is
j-ifiitinK relative, in Midway.
jjvs. W. Powers and daughter,
V. irtril. have returned from
Irand Forks.
jaii. Goodyear, of Anarchist
ountain, was among Tuesday's
Jgitora to Midway.
G.M.Melville has completed
,e building of a commodious
rnforA. C. Mesker.
Born—In Midway on   Tues-
„y, March 3, the wife of C. L.
Hiomet, of a daughter.
Mrs. N. LaCosse,    of    Anar-
|ii«t Mountain,   was   visiting
is. E. W. Keightley the first
f the week.
G. W. Gillespie, of Sidley, was
Midway last week and pur-
iliimwl several heiid of cattle
(rom J. A. Coulson.
A number of the residents of
ihe town are suffering from the
rip, This disease so prevalent
bout twelve years ago threat-
i) Again become epidemic.
Posters are out announcing a
mice in tho Sailor hull, Camp
cKinney, on the evening of
tii inst, The Bush orchestra,
' Midway, will furnish the
nsic,
Lust Sunday a team belong-
jg to J. Lynch was left stand-
ig in front of the post office,
ben it became frightened and
in away, badly damaging the
leigh it was bitched to.
C. Hater, who for the  past
•nr lias been in the employ of
J. H. Norris, has been engaged
i the C. P. K. company to at-
nd  to  the   engines   in the
•ound house here, and entered
on his uew duties this week.
George E. Richardson, at'one
ime leader of the Midway band
ut more recently instructor of
be Citizens' band, Greenwood,
ins entered into a three months'
ngagement    to    travel  with
he Uncle Tom's Cabin   Com-
tiny, as loader of its orchestra.
<|uito   a   number of horses
!rom tliis district find sale in the
irthwest territories and Manilla.   Last week F. C.   Boles
lipped a carload which ho pur-
based from local ranchers, to
algary.   Some of the  horses
ill be used by Mr. Boles  on
is ranch in that district.
C, P. Sorensen,   master   mo-
anic at tbe Greenwood smelt-
, has left for Salt Lake City,
tah, on a visit to his   family.
o expects to return immediate-
after the settlement  of the
ows Nest Pass coal minors'
like and the consequent start-
g up again of the smelter.
Another steam  boiler and a
.ond blower  having    lately
en received at the   Boundary
dis smelter, preparations are
progress for utilizing the additional powor  thus   provided
r, which will admit of the use
both furnaces already instal-
i and the third one expected
arrive shortly from Spokane.
Angus B.  MacDonald, aged
years, wai* instantly killed by
falling tree last Wed nesday
orning near Blue  and  Des-
faamp'ft sawmill,  seven  miles
orth of Rossland.    His rela-
ivos reside at Lancaster, On
rio.   He was a prospector and
said to possess valuable min
al land in east Kootenay
H. W. Keith, M. D., will short-
open an office in Midway for
ie practice   of his prfession,
jr. Keith graduated from Me-
jji 1896.   He practiced for five
ears in Kingston, New Bruns
ick, after which he went to
SEaut Kootenay where he had a
Very successful career.    After
looking over  the  district Dr.
Keith picked upon Midway   as
the most likely point at which
to work up a large practice.   He
comes highly recommended and
Midway is  certainly fortunate
in securing a doctor  of Mr.
Keith's ability.
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK
i'i«\.nuit« i.urn
&
ir_o
MIDWAY AND
GREENWOOD.
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
WANTED-To exchange a
huKKy for a good work horse-
apply at this office.
Last Monday evening the
eighth semi-annual meeting of
the Kettlo River and South Okanagan Pioneer Society was
held at Phoenix, concluding
with u banquet at the Bellevue
hotel. The officers of the society for the ensuing term were
elected as follows; President,
T. Hardy, of Phoenix; vice-
presidents, P. T. MeCallum, of
Grand Forks; J. R. Jackson, of
Midway; W.J. Nelson, of Greenwood; H. Cameron, of Camp
McKinney; R. L. Cawston, of
Keremeos; secretary, R, R, Gilpin, of Grand Forks; treasurer,
James Kerr, of Greenwood. It
was decided to hold the next
meeting, which will be in September, at Carson.
R Gardom, customs officer at
Midway, on Wednesday seized
a saddle horse belonging to A.
G. Davis, liveryman of Greenwootl.   The   horse   had   lieen
MINERAL ACT.
Certlflcate   of  Improvements
WOTXOB
Uosik  Minkhal Cums. r
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale Dletrtct.   Where loeated :-Carap
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK that l, _orbe- M. Kerby,
' an mtont lor Alex, M. Winston free miner* c_rtlHc-.te No. H..B82. inland, sixty dnys
from llio date horeof, lo npply to the Mining
Heoordor for a Oertlleale of Improvement*,
lor tho purposo of obtaining a Crown (Irani
of tho above claim.
And further take nolleo that aclion, undor
section 37. must bo commenced beforo lhc
iHHiianco of such CertlflcaUiof Improvement*.
Dated thin nth'day of June. IWfi.
Feb. 28. _ OttHKS M. KKRBY.
Agent.
H. NICHOLSON,
—s Notary Pobuc,
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AGENT
AMD MINING BROKER.
Camp MoKinney, B.C.
F. M. KERBY,
A. M. Can. See. C. E.
Provincial Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway ani, Ohkknwood.
STRAY H0R8E.
Came lo my place laat summer, a bay geld-
|tig, branded -j*. on-shoulder, weight about MO
poundH,
Apply to   PoRTOKriCK
Btitnniorland,
Okanagan Lakc.R. C
TAKE NOTICE.
That I, Charles do Minis Oroon, for myself
and as agent for M. K.   Green, A. Wood.   P.
Umb. C. A, C. Steward and C. H. Arundoll.
; Intend (10 days from the dale hereof lo npply
hired to a mail going across the ' to the Chief   CommlMrtoner of Lands   and
line.   He failed to report on his! w°r!" !°r m™MT l° S^T ?TUt «
I      v "■■■""  and In tho same onler:   lhe S. t of Sec.    33,
way out and sent the horse back I Tp. (9; the west j of sec. e. Tp. ai; the
by the stage.   It was detained Ndr'Mo' 8oc-3,'Tp' "! "»w-i««"*
until identified by Mr. Davis,
who paid all expenses and took
his horse home. This should be
a lesson to those hiring horses
to people crossing the line without seeing that the customs regulations are strictly complied
with. Everyone crossing
the lino should report whether
going or coining, that is if those
crossing from tbis side intend
returning, as any violation of
this rule may result in considerable expense to those who ignore it.
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
For Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.—No Honey
Required—Every Man, Woman, Boy, or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
In onler t'< havo Dr. Arnold's V,ng-
Itnti Toxin P Uk pliic.d in th<> hands of  ____m    ir_ , _
ail IMTscins sulTeiiiiK from lmd With | T|.  .,        „ ,,   -i.>*r|-i-vl
we make the following most literal | Agent III. Cent. R. K., 14_ llunl
:<2. Tp. Ill-, thc fractional North Hist I of Sec.
j"i and fractional North Wesl | of Sec.   1,  Tp.
51 and the North Wesl | of Sec. 18, Tp.  51, all
in Osoyoos Dlstriot,
Dated this »lh day of January, 1903.
OHAS. doll. UllKEN*.
Reduced Rates from the East.
Commencing February 15th
and continuing until April 30th
there will be low rates in effect
from the East via the Illinois
Central R, R. to all Washington, Oregon and Idaho points.
If any of your friends or relatives in the Enst are coining
West while these rates are in
effect, give us their name nnd
address, and we will make it
our business to see that they
are given the best possible service. We operate through personally conducted excursion
cars, and in fact give you the
benefit of tbe latest conveniences known to modern railroading. We bave 15 different
routes lietween the East and
the Wost, and are in position to
give you the benefit of the best
combinations. Write us and
we will give you full particulars.   B. H. TRUMBULL, Com'l
utter ".—
li yon will s«nd us your name and
address and iinree lo wil for us twelve
host* of Dr. Arnold's BiiKlinh Toxin
Pills nt 25i\ per liox, we will give you
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch
and Chain in either Ladies or (tenia
*ito>. or yonr choice of twenty other
omnium* such as Hne sets of Jewelry,
Kinizs, Violins. Mandolins, Tm Sels,
Sateen Skirts. Cameras, etc. Ueineni-
her we don't want any money until
after you sell the Pills and yon don't
have lo sell any more than Vi hoMstn
iret, the premiums. This is a hona Hde
oltei from a I-liaMe concern that has
given thousands of dollars worth of
premiums to agents all over the c-oini-
try Keliieinher also that Dr. Arnold s
English Toitin Pills are a well known
remedy for all diseases of the kidneys
and Madder, Bright'* disease. diaM.es.
rheumatism, nervous tumbles, and
female complaints, and are for sale hy
all Hrst class druggists and dealers in
all part* of the world. You have only
to show them to sell them. You ai.
notolferlng something that the people
don'l know. Our watehos are thc
regular standard sixe for l-adies »■-
Gentlemen In Nil kel or Gun Metal
Oases with handsome illuminated dials
and reliahle time-keepers, watches
such as no lady or gentleman need he
ashamed lo carry, and they will he
sent ahsrlulely Free to all who sel
onlv twelve hoxes of those wonderful
Toxin Pills. Write at once and lie thc
Hrst In vour locality to earn one of
those lieimtlful watches and chain. As
mmiii as w« receive yonr letter or post
card we wiU send yon post paid twelve
horn*, together with our Illustrated
Catalogue and lieautifullv colored card
with four name and address on as nnr
anlhorited agent. Bear in mind that
ynu will not lie naked In sell any more
than the 11 hoxesand we don t want
any money until after yon have sold
them. We liearall Ihe expense and
are only making this liheral offer as a
method of advertising Dr. Arnolds
English Toxin Pills. Don't delay,
write at- once and earn a heaut iful present for yourself for Christmas.
Address
ARNOLD MEDICINE CO., Dept. n»
go Adelaide St. Eut, Toronto.Ont.
St., Portland, Ore.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of  Improvements
itotiob.
81.AMKT  MlSr.li.lt.  0U1M.
Situate In the Kettle River MlnlnK Division
ofYaleDlitrlet. Where loeated : Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK thnt I. Korbes M. Korby, as
agent for l,yl ton Wllinnl Shatford, froomln*
ern oorllllonlc Kn. nTOM. Kidney 0. Cosetis,
tree minor's oertlfloato No. txVMti. Alfred
Muller, froo minor's oortlfloato No. BI1B13 ond
William Edwards, free minor's oorllfli-alo No,
nllHII. Intend sixty dill's (rom tlie date hereof, to apply to tho Mining Itecordor for il
Cortlfloateoflinprovotiionts. for the purpose of
olitntnlnga Crown Orant of lhe above elnlm.
And further take notice that aotion. under
unction 37, must Iw commenced boforo thc
issiinnco of such Certificate of Improvements
llaloil this Uth day Df Novombor, 1KB.
Kob.ffl. TO11UKSM. KKItBY,
Agont.
NOTICE OF FOHFEITUBE
To 11. K. Mitchell or any per*"' tr por-
sons to whom you may have transferred your
Inteiest to In tho "Hold Prop' Mlnernl claim
situate on Ury Crook, on the Wesl. Fork of
Kettlo Kiver, in lho Kolilo Itlvor Mining
Division of Yale  Dlstriot,
Yon am hereby notified that. I hnve oxp-Jwl*
ed t HUSO hi order lo hold the wild mlnoral claim
under Iho provision of tho Mlnoral Aet. that
you should oontrlbulo »SU' a« yonr portion
ol thu wild sum for your undivided one half Inlerest In mill elaini snd If within 90 dnys of
the lirst Insertion of this notioo you fall or refuse tn contribute the sum of **!•■* **loh l"
now duo by yon, logother with all costs of advertising, your Interest In said mineral claim
will becomo lho properly of the sabeertboi
under section four of an Ael. entitled the "Win
oral Aol, Amendment Aot." 19110.
Datod this l-th day of January, IWO.
THOMAS MLKIIAY.
DR.   SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phone 06. V. * N.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER.
Spokane.Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway, B C.
r*
,S.  HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
.. REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
Spokane Falls &Northern
Railway Co.
Mson k Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Hallway Co.,
Washington & G. H. By ,
Van.,Vic.AE.Fy.AN.Co
The only all rail mutt! Iwtweei
points eiisl., wont and south tn Ross
land, Nflsnti. Grand Korks and Repu'i
lit-. Connects at Spokane with tin-
Git-ai N'frihern, Northern Pacific and
0. rt. k N. Vo. for pointa easl, whsI
nnd south i connects at Rowland nnd
Nelwro with tlie Canadian Pacific By.
Connecta at Nelaon with the K. B. A Ji.
Co. tor Kaalo and Slocan pointe.
t'onneete at Cwlew  with stage tor
Oreenwood nnd Midway B. C.
HniTet  care run on  tralne lietween
Spoknne and Beputdle.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22,1902:
Leave. Arrive.
9,Hi,m SPOKANK      S.«5p.m.
104ft am UOSSLANII      8.10pm.
7.(10 ft.ro N KLSON      8.00 p.m.
ll.OOft.m OIIAND KOIIKS...    I.HOp.m.
9.15H.IH... .:.. RBPUHLIC       .i.lOp.m.
IB.   A.  JAOKHJ-T,
Uoneral lJn-*•nger Agent-.
Spoka.-j.Wftrih.
Boooks,
Magazines
and Stationery
All the best   brands of Cigars and
Tobaccos kept in stock.
^•BRANCH MONEY ORDER OFFICE OF THE
DOMINION   EXPRESS   COMPANY
Boots
and
Shoes
A. Maslonka
formerly of Nelson, B. C,
has opened a Boot and
Shoe store in JY.idway,
wlth a larg; stock on
hand.
Boots
and
Shoes
made'to" order.
Repairing   promptly attended to.
All work "guaranteed.
Only the best stock used.
A. Maslonka.
Miilway 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
triiitfe* i.*__:
I Bivefside Hotel
Rock Creek, B. C.
S. T. LABS EN, Prop
Sto|i*ihi(( plme fur Smut?* to
mid from all Boundni-jj
Oet-k point..
Gfood Aeeommodation for the Traveling Public.
MINERAL ACT.
STOCK FOR SALE.
Certlflcate   of   Improvements.
NOTIOB.
HlOHI.ANI)    ClIlK-      MlNMUI. CLAIM.
Situate In the Keitle River Mining Division or
Yale District. Where located : In Beaver Creek Camp, about one mile North
East of Beaverdell.
AKKNOTU1K tliMl, Korlicn M. Korby, af
ngont for F.iyutt. Hnrris, froo miiior'n our-
tillraiieNo. n«H3 liiuoiilsixtj- dayH from tho
dnto hereof, to appip to tho Mining Itooordor
for a Cortlfleoto of Improvements, for Iho
purposo of obtaining a .rown Orant of tho
above claim.
Ami further take notloo that action umlor
■Mjtlon 37 must bo ooninieiiood boforo tlio issu
ance ot such tlerltllcato of Improvementa.
Hated this lllth day of Novombor. IIW2.
Fob.** FOlliiKSM. KKRBY,
Agent
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calved
Cows, Cows in Calf, Steers
and Heifers, Boar Tigs, Sows
and Young Pigs, Sheep and
Poultry, Saddle and Pa .k
Ponies.    Apply to
j. A. COULSON,
tt/2  miles from   Midway,  or
Dispatch office. I
.-* i
I
...MID
,&-
i
It will be tlie most important Railway Centre in the
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in the centre of a
ric'i Mining, Stoclt-Haising,
Ranching, Gardening, Manufacturing, Coal Producing,
and Railway District.
Midway property will
make you rich. It is not
a speculation, it is an investment.
• • •
1
Midway, the coming railway, commercial, wholesale and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle River
and Boundary Creek Dis- (
tricts, is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek and Kettle River.
The leading residence
town in the eountry, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply, and surrounded by rieh agricultural land.
Business,  residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
1
A. M. WOVRNDEN, Sec,
•JII St John Street,
Montreal, P. «..
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
V. M. OHOUSK,
Agent for Itritisli t'oliunliiii,
Midway, II. C.
®he \§tepcttclj
SATURDAY,   MARCH,   7,  lim
Highland Cattle.
The above is tho title of the
painting reproduction presented by the Free Press, Winnipeg,
to the renders of its weekly for
the month of February. The
rough, shaguy cpated cattle of
tbe Scottish Highlands, so different fn ni the cattle of our
.'anadinn Northwest, are admirably depicted ■•■ this excellent
copy of Watson's celebrated
painting. The animals are
grouped in the foreground and
have the form pf an irregular
pyramid with the leader of the
herd.a picturesque figure, at
the tipax, a-ulj this is agree.
ably balanced by the masses of
mountains to the right and left
o (he picture. Clouds floating
tlirough the misty atmosphere
give a pleasing variety of color
and value byi the shadows
v, hich they enst upon the landscape.
The pictures of W. Watson
are seldom seen in exhibitions
for the reason that his success
gin the painting of animals lias
l.iicii so great that for ninny
years his work has bien pur
chased before it. left his easel.
He rarely paints more than
three or four pictures a year
and all are executed with the
completeness and painstaking
attention to detail shown iu
"Highland  Cattle."
Agricultural  College  for  thc
North West Terri ories.
The difficulties that beset new
settlers in the North West fer
ritories in the mutter of adapt
ing their ways to local agricult
ural conditions will shortly lv
overcome by the establishment
atltegina, through private in
terveution, of au  agricultura
college hnd experiment station
The necessary funds 'have been
provided to insure the \VQnt for
a couple of years, and an efficient staff is being engaged to
cover a series of Three Months
Courses in the seven main
branches of pratical agriculture
under the managing directorship of W. H, Coard, L. L. D., of
the Doniinion Department of
Agriculture. The fee for the
Short Course will be Ten dollars, and. Dr. Coard left
Ottawa for the West on the 2nd
>f March to "spy out the land"
aud arrange for the commencement of active educational' operations. The staff will comprise professors of agriculture,
chemistry, veterinary science,
dairying, horticulture, and natural history antl anatomy; a
lecturer on domestic, science and
cookery, and a bursar and lib.
rarian. Dr. Coard will hold the
professorship of Agriculture
and tit. lectureship on entomology ; and the names of the professors and lecturers will be announced during Dr. Gourd's visit to the West. Tlte syllabtU-
will be issued shortly, and the
Short Course will present exceptional opportunities to farmers'
sons as well as new settlers to
receive agricultural training of
a pratical character. The Col-
ledge is being established under
substantial patronage, and,
while not being inaugurated by
either Federal or Provincial
Legislatures, will receive the
educational support of both.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of   Improvements.
N'ai-hi.kon Minkiiai. Claim.
Situate In the Kettle lllver Mining Dlvlilon
ot Yale DUtrloU Where loeated: In
Beaver Creek Camp, adjoining the Idaho
Mineral claim.
TAKK   NOTICK that, I, Koi-Iioh  M. Kcrliy
as iiifc-iit tor Duiinlil Smith, fit-ir miner'
cei-Ufli-ato No.   iiMHHS,  Diincmi   Smith, tree
miiior'n (wrllflcate No. iiAtltl" uud Alcxniidcr
Smith, free minor'*! cortllkntc No. iiolMli. Intond, kIsI) da), from    the ilute boroof,   to
apply lo the Mining Ilucordur fcir'n t'uililhnti
at ImpmviMiii-iilH for Iho pnrpm- of obtaining it
Crown (Intnl. of tlio nbovo olalm.
And further lake notico that aotion, under
motion Tl, iiiiihi bu commenced   beforo. tho
Ihxuhiico of Mich (Vriillniic of Improvement*.
DatodithU lllth day of November, A. II.mt.
Pel,. JM KOUIIKS tl. KKItBY.
Atom.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements
K.vnu lln,i. .Minkiiai. Claim,
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Dlvlilon
of Yale Dlstriet. Where loomed : About
Six miles north from Beaverdell on the
divide between Beaver Creek and the
West Fork of Kettle River.
TAKK NOTIOK that I, Korlim M, Kerby,
uHagent, for Sidney C. CoBonn, froo miiior'n
certlflcaie No. nSMtfi. Intend, sixty days from
tho date horoof to apply to thoMiniiiK Itcconler
fora oorllflcitU! ' I Improvement*, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Orant of theabovc
claim.
Anil further lako notico thai action, undor
icctloii   .17,  nun.   bo commenced boforo tho
IrKiiiuico of suoh certitlcato of improvements.
Ilateil this lllth day of November, line.
Kob. m KOHHKS M. K KltBY.
.gent.
THI (NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave., Spokane, (Wash.
Wise Legislation.
Vancouver, March .'1. — It is
announced from Ottawa that,
yielding to senator Tenipleinan's
representations, the governnient
has promised legislation at' the
forthcoming session increasing
the head tax on Chinese to$5(KI.
A special measure dealing with
Japanese immigration is also
foreshadowed.
The school where thorough work is clone; where the reason
is always given; where confidence is developed ; where Book-
kfki'Ini; is taught exactly as books are being kept in business ;
where SiiokthaNd is scientific; where penmanship is at its
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Civil, Servick, Tklgokai'HY, Enci.isii and Cartooning 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 can do for you by what it has clone 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.
F.J. Finucane, manager   ofl
the Bank of Montreal, Oreenwood, will have charge of the!
Sauk's branch at Spokane, which
will he opened in ti few days.
Advertise in
the Dispatch.
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
flARTIN 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.
Tlie seci-M (if success in pliintiiiK, is, fiubt-Lo secure K1""'sl"lk-
SKCOSn—1« plant us soon ns possible after it is (liitf.
Trees obtained from our nursery can he planted ai
Midway two days after tbey are dug.
Prtee lint, and  full Information  promptly  given.
*************** ♦♦♦•»M»».»MMMM****M**MO**<*
f
Hen Wanted it *% a
1 To soil for the large Fonthill nurseries.   Appli
',     *    cations should be filed at once.   Highest wages
'1 paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
1       » WKI.MNGTON ST.K.  |W'j.'__-_£jLi     fi.   «* f ,_• I • «,/w.f nt*
tokonto.oni.   Stone & Wellington.
---------------- ________________ mmmmmmmmm.mmm_x_x_xmm_xm.m + mm jAA4i#ittf**
The Midway Sawmill
WM.   POWERS,  PROPRIETOR.
MANUFACTURER   OF
All kinds of ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER.
LATH and SHINGLES, SASHES and DOORS.
Band Sawing and Job Work done to

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.advance.1-0347725/manifest

Comment

Related Items