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 Vol. I, No. 37.
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MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1903.
S-.n.) per Year.
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NEW SEASONS TEAS f
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I Just received a fuii line of
New Seasons 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 foi  the  asking. Q.
Ram Lais Pi!P8 Indian Tea, agenera, Jorite
Blue -Ribbao Geylon, ^ strong iiquo,
the strongest tea in the market
package'contains a silver'spoon,
60 ets.
50 ets,
om «- nnnA. Tnn  the strongest tea in the markeUeach Kn a{o
SilvefeSpoon lea, ^^fi^f a silver spoon,   bu m*
I s 45 ets,
40 ets.
50 ets
60 ets.
Hondi Ceylon Blend, h
3WS Ce# 1*06,  popular blend,
Finest Moyftllnnpowiler,
- Finest SpiiWeg i W
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All Teas 5 ets. pep lb. less in 10 lb. lots.
House may maet on March 12th.
V troifiA. Fob. 2.'?. A11 intei'-
r*HIi11>^ point was brought mi to
•lay when the protest in connection with tlio North Victoria
bye-election wns up for consideration boforo Judge Wiilkem.
Cassiiiy, fur tho government
is taking advantage of the t'.-u-t
tlmt Llm ditto of the meeting of
the legislature bus been postponed until April 2nd, to push
this case which under the statute could not bo pushed if it
mot on March 12th.
In fact it is   suggested   hero
tlmt tho postponement of   the
meeting of the  house  was ft r
the very purpose of  enabling
thfe government to go on   with
the  prosecution   of   the case
against I'aterson, especially  af-
tOr he wired Semlin stating that
ho was in sympathy with  him,
thus destroying the   hopes of
the government, who  believed
he would give them his support.
Dull', who  represents  Pater-
son,   however, contended   this
evening that although the date
had been elurnged   from March
12th till April 2nd. that tho failure of the government toforn-
illy cancel the date first set left
Miiivh 12th .tsjlie date still to
be regarded as that for the   opening of the house,  thus shutting out  Oassidy'S   application
:o go on with the case.
Tha argument is now in progress. ■	
the opinion that the government cannot raise the date for
the meeting of the legislature
astlicy have done.
siriii be a   | eriod of ond-half'l   work two months   in   a y
io n- cJi'iin juci ig at n id   tl i ■ I e.'i-iit, prut, .led against it.   I    t
us-   .e;it on Wt i' 1..11ia'.    i hen at   I   e
outside expiration of two months tie
in;
imon;
bv tin
tt frf—^ R
ing which all work shall be
pended both inside ant
of the various   mines,   but   th
workmen shall remain in   i ..ei.
respective mines  and  shall   I I
ready immediately 'jii  the ex-
piration of the  sai,d half hi >..
period to resume work mspoiyl-
ed by them at   noon,
I. II'. at thu expiration of I vv<
months from the  dato of thi
agreement, the 11111111 shall   si_
nil'y by writing totheeoinpi
after a vote by   ball
the employees emplo
company    underground,    that
they arc dissatisfied   with   the
extra half hour at noon, stipu
lated in paragraph three hereof
Hit! cotfipany hereby agrees that
they will forthwith voluntarily
return to the system of working
the mines, as set forth  in   this
agreement, with the   exception
of the said half hour at  noon,
which will be discontinued and
thereafter  a  day'   work   shall, „ ui-oiemitju    w»g
consist of one eight-hour   shift, j^-   August, am
which shall common 0 at   the Uirae and a-ram to have tha
lire stations, and   fire   1* sses'l
ballot wa 1 t iken, b ti iri itet I of
all   the    employi es    workii g
underground being allowed to
vote as per agreement, clause   ,
the mun actually   employed  in
ligg'ng coal worn tho only 01.es
who were allowed to vote,    i lit
-.-still of the hallol was  120 for
i hours aud 33 Cor:': Iuai: 1,  r>
siting in a large   majority   ':i
favor   1'..'. ours,   v. Inch  would
certainly hnvt been much larger if   Ihe   conipjiny   nun  employed underground   had  b. jm
allowed to vote,
1
Here ia the firs' gri
lhe niana; ei • nimt ti j hat he
waa allowed'to count all those
-,iio did not vote on lis sio.- ■ t
sine disputes nnd claimi ii that
by that ho hi d?a raajoi -ty vol ".
Wonderful mathematician to
make 129 less than 33. The mon
ha vt
a iir
also been  working
itested   wage  seal
.1,.
nave
room aforesaid at  7  a.  111. and I
shall end at the same p lints at
hour of 3 p. 111.
5. Tliere shall be no discrimination by the conipany against
any of^the minors or workmen employed by them prev
ious to the inauguration of II.
ke
!dt
kw '••'?'•  ■"•    >v ■ >y-. ,■*.>; . '*?<    <y    '<y-. -'-*}*'■. ■Z'fy< '■?♦'   ■'>?'   ty ■
_ ,   . ti*    •        cl strike now existing at Fernie
Ex-s|»«aker Higginsmof "
and Michel, ami the   company
agree that they  will i'oi-iliv. h
reinstate in their  employment,
as rapidly as the conditions of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      tlie various mines will varrnn,
{till workmen and miners who
TheCaiseSOf th2 Strike,: ceased work by  Pe.*sons of the
said strikes, anil that the ]iosi
tions of said workmen 1and min
ers shall not in any wny l>
prejudiced by reason of their
having either directly or in
directly participated in the said
strikes.
fi.   This   agreement shall   be
in force for  a   period   of   two
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iday.    Don't go around shivering  in cheap, shoddyj|
'tfi   I  I Of I'! Cloths, but call in ami "get ^oocls that   will defy   the |
D/SPkTQ 1 wmt^'s chilly blatit  'It tf»t» but very little more,and|
BUU T'JV,.   ''4 HeSii,es you wiH look .ike something in an    up-to-date g
t Suit   of Clothes or (fvercoat.    Purchase now and en-1
I iov the winter, it is liable to last a long time.
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* tiood quality and low prices combined  never fail to |
AND
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To economise during 1903, the best way   of car-|
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i it is kept if your orders are placed in our hands,   be-1
H A I N '&rCO    I cause our prides for choice,  fresh   Groceries are such |
^ :  ■       -   ,    , VI th„t a saving «if many dollars during a year is effected.^
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List of Grievances issued by the
Press Committee.
The following statement of
the strike situation at Fernie.
and the causes leading to it,lias
been issued to the press by the
press committee of the district
union-.
The grievances which have
culminated in the strike by
means of whicli the Crows Nest
Pass Goal company properties
are closed down, and which
will directly affect the whele of
the Kootenays. and commenced
at the close of the last strike in
Fernie. On Aug. 4, liX)2. an
agreement was made between
tlio Gladstone miners' union,
Pernio, and J, 11. Tonkin, general manager of the Crows Nest
i'ass t.'oal company of which
the following is a correct  copy:
1. In the interpretation of thi*
agreement, the
"miner" shall mean all men
working by contract for the
above named camp, in digging
and mining for coal. The expression "workman" shall mean
all other employees of the company employed inside in the
general operation of the company's mines antl on the payroll of the conipany,
2. A day's work shall consist
of one shift of eight and one-
half hours, which shall commence at 7 o'clock, ft. 111., and
shall expire at 3.30 p. tn.
Miners and workmen shall be
considered as going on shift being at the present lire station in
Nos. 1 and 2 mines and at the
fire bosses' station in N'o. 3 mine
at, the hour of 7 a. 111., and shall
under
since
tried
and a.'fHm co nave 1 imr rebut without any  result.
Another grievance at Pernio
is the tinifcerqucstli 11. Thc lew
says that for the safety of a
minora Sufficient quantity of
tiiiibj-r shall bo kept "al th ■
Working fa •■■ or at tho nearest
place practicable, rust, ad of
this, the men have to go and
bring the timbersfri in il 0landing, which is often a c j: sidcr-
able distance away, thereby
losing a lolof tiine and iu many
insbui.es running considerably
risks, as stint- of the places tiro
positively dangerous to work
in without timbers being kept
ihere at hand .-ill the time.
Several men have been discharged for going home win 11
there was no timber, and as
efforts to have thum reinstated
were in vain, lt is a mur U •:-
0 policy iri place men's live
in needless danger to save the
paltry sum that would pay
months iron, the date  hereof, fche W(l_es of a ulan to look   ,,,-.
f>««>yevent ter the timber.
7.   Miners and company men     A-t Morrissey the state of af-
will go to work forthwith on the I,-.,;,., is worse tllan   a1    Fem'
conditions contained hen in and
the strikes existing both at Fer-
They get 10 cent.*
at
net'
digging coal there and
hie and Michel shall forthwith „i„!Vl.ii,|iat coal from
cease.
It.i
tw
signed by
'Stocked.
company
i'riur times   before il is  ti
car.   This is less   than   is
for digging coal  iu auy
mine in Canada,    Then
XI    '.X'
■   lu
tii-.-
paid
thev
Thejagreement wa
J. II. Tonkin and   T
Jr., on behalf of tha      _ 	
and by a committee of Beven have to move the "McGinty," or
on behalf of the employees, anil' to explain the term, u gig wheel,
tlie men resumed work. and not until the car is :w  1,','i
Now, the day after work was!from the place is the McGinty
started. Mr. Tonkin brought for-j moved at all. then it takes two
expression i "'"'d " schedule of wages which j men a day to move ii and sel
made a reduction of from lii to i. up. again, Cor which they ro-
20 per cent, and the men, con- oeiye the muniflcenl sum of
siilering that for the honor of nothing,
their union they   were  pledged ,»1"'1        imgo s.
complete the day's work liy lu
ing at the same point at the
hour of 3.30 p. m., except that
this regulation as to the hour
of completion of tlie day's work
shall not apply to minors, who
shall be at liberty to complete
their day's work as host suits
them. I	
3, During the said shift  there |	
SPRING MEDICINE
THOMAS
HAS   THE  KIND  YOU  WANT-
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Aiiemafiuiii C. M. CltOUSK »i;tlttoi- and Proprietor
Pnlilisltetl weekly at Midway, B.C.
S11.nortpt.io11 prloo, J2.IH) pur aitnum, payablo
in advance, either yearly oi-half yearly at tlio
option of Uu- .nlntcrlhor. , ,
A-lvorUnliii! rates sent on application.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 28, lfHM.
CANADA AND THE IMPERIAL NAVY.
Sir John Colomb and other
distinguished men   in   Britain
have been scolding Sir Wilfred
Laurier because he refused   to
entertain the proposition at the
colonial conference,   that  Canada should, like some  of the
other colonies, assist  in  maintaining the imperial navy.   The
Canadian   Premier    advanced
several reasons for tlie stand he
took      uiron    the     question,
amongst   others  that   Canada
did not want to become involved in European armaments and
militarism, and would not consent to bo   taxed for  imperial
purposes   without   representation in  imperial councils.
It is true that  Canada has
taken a  different view of  the
matter from that of some  of
self-governing    colonies,     but
the   circumstances in   Canada
are altogether   different   from
those in the other colonies.   We
have hoard a good deal about
the so-called   Monroe doctrine
lately, and we think it has some
bearing on the subject in question.   The doctrine,  according
to English authorities, was born
in England and iias been adopted and brought up in tlie United
States,   though  it  has by   no
means as yet attained full stature.   Very   recently   eminent
Britons, including Premier Balfour and Lord Charles   Beres-
ford, biue given their views of
this doctrine, the former   is reported tis saying that it has no!
enemies in Britain, and the latter that the British people not
only believe in it but will 'fight
for it.
Now this blooming doctrine.
like everything in the United
States capable of growth,
grows, and Heaven knows
what it will be when it has
come to full maturity.
In the process of evolution, it
has already, in   all  probability
reached a state wherein, if Britain should become involved in
a great struggle with an  Euro-
pean power, or  a  combination
of European powers, the United
.States would resist any attempt
on the part of Britain's enemies
to gain a foothold on Canadian
soil.    Now, though Canadians!
are quite able  to take care of
v   themselves, and are not asking
any assistance from either Brit-
ainor the United States, these the
circumstances cannot fail in nature of things to give them a certain undefined sense of security.
Lord Charles Beresford  would
have a double motive for coming over with a fleet—and he is
the man could  do it—firstly to
fight for the   Mnnroe doctrine
und his friends the Americans,
and secondly to protect and defend Britain's greatest colony,
tint  so  nobly  came   to   the
assistance   of   Britain   in    the
dark days of tlie Boer war.   In
fact  Canada's position    is   in
many respects a most fortunate
one.   On our northern border
Ave have  nothing to fear.   On
the south we have a powerful
but friendly   disposed   nation,
that has never attacked us except when at war with Britain,
and unsuccessfully then; and it
is patent to anyone, who   has
paid attention to  international
affairs, tlmt the last thing Britain contemplates is a war with
tlie   United    States.   If    they
wanted   a conflict  with    that
country, they had  provocation
enough about  12   years   ago,
when the   Bering  sea trouble,
afterwards settled by  arbitration in favor of Britain,  came
up.   At that time   the United
States hail a very inferior fleet
compared   to that of   Britain
a :d to what they   themselves
have at the present tinie, and
the British are surely not  in-
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tmpc marm
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reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m„ and making con-
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travailing public
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' Vf. H. DOKWAN.
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NOTICE.
KiOTrCK IS  HKUKHY  GIVEN that  the
(V MMway ur-il Venion Hail way Company
will apply in the Parliament of Canada at it.
next SiNsion fnr an act declaring the railway
ami worku which thc Company nm. henn aulh-
nri/nd by thclfiglfiUUiro nf the. Provinco of
Hritish ('"lumhla to construct, to bc worlw for
thc enteral advapUgo of Canada extending
the time within whicli it may construct tho
name, and giving tn thu Coinpaiiy such pn.viirr.
iwtn miilntnintiat and oponitliiK nr di.po-.hiK
of ttR rail'-vav and work* aod such other powers and privUu^jn a. an; usually givon to lt-iil-.
way Companies ln::orporatAjd by the Parliament
of Canada.
imtcl at Ottawa, thin 18th day of Decomber,
A. IK, I1K12.
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NcwH from nil of tho world—Well
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tn i|iicrioK- Articles on Health, Ihe
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United States, always invincible
on land, become a great sea
power before risking a conflict
with them. With nothing to
fear from the north and south,
on the east we have the Monroe
doctrine of the United States
and Britain, and on the west in
addition to this, ^e have Britain's new and powerful allies,
our good friends the Japanese.
In this matter, we believe
Sir Wilfred Laurier is loyal to
Canadian interests and displays
greater and more far-seeing
statesmanship than his British
and Canadian critics.
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FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
BECAUSE it is the licnt. quality
BECAUSE it in most InstiiiK chew
BECAUSE it jh the largest high grad.
10 or 25c, plug
BEOaUSE the tngk nre vuln ihle for
lireiiiiiiius until Jan. i, 1905
B EC AUS Eyiitir tienler is ittii|inriy,ntl
Hi 'I'fiiiul Vim r mutiny
ynn iiii- not stttistii'tl.
THB EMPIRE T0BACC0CO., Md.
The Mormon temple Ht Suit
Lake City is ii" dnti'ii the most suh-
sliinliitl tmd well eoiiHtrui-ted li-li|*inlls
ediflee in tl|e United State?, if tint in
tlie woi'ld. Corner atone laid April 6,
1853, cup stone April tl.UWJ and detli'-
tinted April 6,181)3, over forty years of
I'liiisiniit lahor heing i-nnsnined in Its
(joimtruotion. This inagniflcent structure aKI feet Innn, 1(10 feet Wide ig Iniilt
entirely of Utah white termite, heiiuti-
fully carved, symholic- of the Mormon
faith, surmounted hy six towers, tho
highest lieing 21) feet from the ground
Mipiiortitig a Iniin/.' statue of lhe ang
el Maroui. The cost of Ihis liuilding
is aliout $0,000,000, There are many
other ntl ractiotis at Salt Lake City of
inteiest tn the traveler or tourist,
where a day can lie well spent I'he
llio Grande, is the,only Trans-continental route passing directly through
Salt Lake City, where a stop over is
allowed on all classes of tickets. The
service of tlie Kio Hi-iindi'lines is unexcelled. Three trains daily lietween
Ogden and Denver, 1; ury ing all classed of modern equipment. If you are
contemplating a trip to the feast,
write tlie undersigned for information
regarding rates via the "scenic line of
the world:" VV. C. McBride, Genera!
gen*',' M. J. 'Roche, Traveling Pas-
singer Agent, 121 Third St., Portland
Oregon.
TST LOUIS
HOTEL
CMP MCKINNEY
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a.Specialty
All Kl-te tf Wtrk Eimitd to tta Satishettoa of tmkam
MCBOYLE J WEST
PROPRIETORS
This well-known hotel has
been re-openeel and offers ev*
ry convenience to the travelling public. 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
The Canadian Bank of Commeree
With Which is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia,
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.   -   RES., $2,500,000.
HON. 0E0. A. COX, Fres.      B. E. WALKER, Gen. Mgr.
HENRY F. MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch. yo four-home load*, of m»-
9 re for the MormnK Sfar
K Fairview, left Midway
iTues-toy-
I a Tuzo, who han been up
West Fork since early win-
L.inMidway a few days
Lf the week, returning by
pay'H«ta«e Mr.Tu,o.,n
Lnaiiy with T.Curry, w sink-
T a sh'^f*- on the   Com8tock
I   0f which they, are joint
lew   The shaft is now down
let and as water was coming
liUifit fi-eoly, Mr. Tuzo came
„ for a supply of piping
, which to drain the shaft
thus save a lot of labor
dtassing it up in  buckets.
hi, morning as one of Davis'
,..yt.flm*. was taking a load
wMenRen froiu Greenwood
ur|0W, one of the leaders fell
j8u.tninedinjuflfesthatpre-
Etadit  going  farther.   The
■■ngers were brought on to
ft.|iy with one team, and as
i-as thought   impossible   to
[,h Curlew in time  for the
L several of the passengers
tained in Midway, preferring
irtivel by the regular stage.
[ch is always on time, rather
i to Iki compelled to remain
urlew and wait for  to-mor-
i train.   Mr. Davis is very
Lrunatc in taking passen-
[ to catch the train at Cur-
j m once before  he arrived
le shortly after  tbo train
| pulled out.  The stage run*
between (ireenwood  and
ew gives an excellent serv-
f.ntl has proved a much more
.factory way of travelling
i by trusting to private rigs
hiii),' Curlew iti time to meet
train.
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK
—    .     raft^nii.E itcrAlKb
&
MIDWAY AND
GREENWOOD.
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
(_|a NICHOLSON,
—i Notary Public
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AOENT
AND MINING BROKER
Camp McKinney, I.e.
STRAYED.
Strayed to my placo at Okaiiiman Kails, on
Ihelitli ilay ut January, IIUKI. a sorrel horso,
with whlt« hind legs, whit-i atrip down fact],
blind In loll oyo, wolght about l.imti Uut.,
b .tchi-d brand on right shoulder, rcsomblcs
across with tho ends (excepting tlio lower
niu'l bunt lo lho left like a limik. lf not claimed within Tti riara will he mild lo defray ox-
Kor further particulars apply to.
it. M. THOMAS.
MINERAL ACT.
Certlflcate   of  Improvements
p, M. KERBY,
A. 9. Can. Soc. C. K.
Provincial Land   Surveyok
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway anu Ohkhnwimid.
tried to get their grievances redressed but have failed to do so.
The management would grant
an audience individually, but
would never give any satisfaction or redress.
Then the three locals formed
a district board, had sat in session IH or 14 dnys and sifted
each grievance, and withdrawn
or cut down any demands that
were not in accordance with
fairness and honesty, they were
refused an audiance' They
have applied for one many times
and have not got it. Their letters were ignored and the messenger received with abuse and
curses.
Hohik  Minkkai. Claims.
Situate In the Kettle lllver Mining Divlilon of
Yala Dlatrlct.   Where loeated : Camp
MeKlnney.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Forboa M. Korby.
aa agent for Alex. M. Winston free IT '.tl.
er'a certificate No. n3mS2. intend, aixty tlnyn
from the dale hereof, to apply Hi tho Mining
Heoorder for a Certificate of Improvementa,
lor tbe purpoae of obtaining a Crown Oranl
of the above claim.
And further take notico that action, undor
nection 37. ilium  be commenced before the
ismianco olsuch Cerllficateof Improvementa.
Dated thia aith day of June, It*-.'.
Jfeb. tk KORIIK8 M. KKRBY.
Agent.
DR.    SIMMONS-
DENTIST,
Rkndell Block, Greenwood.
Phone US, V. * M.
8TRAY HORSE.
Came to my place laat ■Inntncr, a bay gelding, branded ji on shoulder, weight about WO
pounds.
Apply to I'twr-oKvic*
.ummorland,
Okanagan Lake, 11. C
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER
Spokane,Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway, B C
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE be'vftn
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway.    Stage will l'eav* '
wood at 6:30 a. m., arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at (. ui !< •
n time to connect with the train for Spokane due 10:45 returning
vill leave Curlew at  5 p. m., upon arrival  of incoming  train-,
•eaching Midway at  7:30 p.  m.  and Greenwood  at 9 p
Will connect with Meyerhoffs Stage from all points Wi si
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor
TAKE NOTICE.
'■**>"'• f 1   That I. Cliarlca de Biota Green, for myself
It hllS been Stilted in the press I awl a* agent for M. K.  Oreen, A. Wood,   K
M...t tl,.. ............... ..,„„ :...,-,..„..1   l-anib, (!. A, C.Steward and C. H. Arundell.
that the manager was ignorant ^m ,,,.,, (rolnlh(M,aio hereof u, ,PPi,
of the cause of the strike lllld to the Chief ConimUakmer of Und* and
ili<l not know of nnv irri. viinri-N !Work",or I*"""'8"1"" to P,1"*»»e reapectivety
am not Know 01 any gne\ am.es,, |d (n theMn)eonier. Th„ s. 1 bf sec. _a,
and that the men had not pre-JTp.»; the Wo»t 1 of sec. tt, Tp. 511 the
sented any to him.    We would 1 *or'h -"' *?''•J* *9;•"■*«*»•'?"■
f 132. Tp. 19; the fractional North hast \ of See.
like to know   how    they   Could I 5 and fracttenal North West I of Sec.   «,  Tp.
 --- ""- '-"■- '" ™-   51, all
J. S. HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
West Yale Election.
IsiimoKT, Feb. 28—As  pre
ed all    along,   ex-premier,
.Semlin has been elect-
En West Yale.by a large malty over   his  opponent, Dr,
isome.   The.returns so  far
I'ived give Semlin a majority
7, with three places to hear
OtteE  Valley,    Granite
pk ami Princeton.   The tot-
jote pulled  at these points
[be Hinall, and will not affect
result.   The   returns  from
polls heard from aro as fol*
whon he refused to) see their rep
resentatives. It is for the public to judge if nny fair-minded
man who wished to work in
harmony with his employees
would repeatedly flout them in
I lie manner that he has. It is
also open for the public to
judge the business ability of
the man who wishes to play the
autocrat, and by his misjudg-
ment, errors or tyranny force
his employees into a strike of
such dimensions that its effects
are almost limitless.
Al and thc North Weal) of Hoc. Id, Tp
in Osoyoos Dlatrlct,
Dated Uiia 9th day of January. 19t_.
CHAS. dell. ORKKN
JT'.i.-isW
IMMENSE
Sansome.
Semlin.
1
24
20
23
14
46
43
48
ice's Bridge
9
13
llll'H	
9
V
17.11111	
2
4
h Bend ..
6
19
»	
11
12
Br Nicola. .
14
6
less..V.i.
17
11
	
	
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228
OPPORTUNITY.
For Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.—Mo Money
Required™Every Man, Woman, Boy, or Girl has the
tame Opportunity under our
System.
In nrder to have Dr.; Arnold's Kiir-
lish Toxin P I'" I'1*0"1 ln lhr 'i1"^8 ,?l
■"'"",... ,1,.. «,, nw n_ most liberal
niter i— .
If ton will «!"«> ™ ?»«,» '"""." lt"d
iL_«. mul agree in »e I for u< twelve
*ldiw aiMiaurti. Rn-ii.h T„«in
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 tt. R. to all Washington, Oregon and ldubn paint*. I
If any of your friends or relatives in the' East are coming
West while these rates are in
effect, give us their name and
address, and we will make it
our business to see that they
are given the best possible service. Wc operate through personally conducted excursion
cars, and in fact give you the
benefit of the latest conveniences known to modern railroading. We have 15 different
routes between the East and
the West, 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, Coni'l
Agent 111. Cent. R. R., 142 Third
St., Portland, Ore.
Spokane Falls &Nopthern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard ]
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Biilwiy Co.,
WnsbiBgtH ft 6. N. By.,
Midway Livery, Feed 4 Sale Stable I
Seventh Street, Midway, |
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.       |
1
J. H. Tyrrell,   -   Proprietor, i
SINGH and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK  and  SADDLE HORSES
Hay and Oats fop Sale. • Bos Meets all Trains.
General Transfer and Dray Business.
$ft*fH-8_
Van.,Vie.ftE.By.ftN._o
The only  all  rail  mute  hei ween
fM.i«.t* WAV*.,   ^»T.^     ,,»,rt     BUII-ll     tn     Hnss-
land, Nelsnn. Grand Vorlts and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the
(ireal Northern, Norlhern Pjicifk and
0. il. k N. Cu, for points east, west
and smith ; ennnecta at Ros«land and
Nelsnn with the Canadian Pacific Ky.
Connect* at Nelaon with theK. B. * N.
('». for Kaalo and Sloran point*.
I'onneet* at   (urlew  with  ntage  for
Greenwood and Midway B. C.
Buffet ear* ran  on train* between
Spokane and Hepnt-lle.
EFFECTIVE MOVUIER 22, 1002:
Uaro. Arrive.
D.lixM SPOKANK      5.45p.m.
10.1S am  ROHSI.AND      4.10pm.
;.W ».in  NKL80N      Mp.n.
Il.«la.i. ORAND KORK8...   <.Wp.ni.
9.15 ».m RSPUBMC.       ittp.ni.
ik. a. dr-_.0-_.aosr.
General l'-,««engCT Agent,
8poka„e,Wa«h.
1 Riverside Hotel
„ "ttZiZi
^^4t'     Rock Creek'B> c*
8.1. LABS EH, Frtp
StnppitiK .l«»e f«r Slrfti'S lo
..and fnun uii Boniidiivy
Civek points.
Traveling Pufclie.
-     Contln.nl from p*«e I.
p-merly the timbers at Mor
' were dressed ready for
hen to set; now the men
i dress the timbers them-
s, for which they receive
.;, but after carriyng and
(ng the heavy timbers up
r 400 feet and getting the
in the next place to come
help to set them, they re-
$1.00 per set
are also cursed with  a
pany store,   and any one
has   worked under that
em knows that  when the
) bill is deducted from  the
bill that there is not much
surplus left, in  fact there
'several    men   who have
utely nothing,
lichel it is the same as re-
the    Company's   store;
J the men have been work
'under   a protested  Wage
; they receive 55 cents per
land 50 to 75 cents per set of
per.
here is also at Michel the
iHyiug system, by which one
l\ may take an indefinite
hberof places and employ
|pors or back hands and take
ake-off from each of the men's
jrhings.
«h of'the three camps have
r^rofDrArno.dVHn.HahToKin
MINERAL ACT.
Ud Chain in either Ladies nr Oents
•lie, nr ynnr choice of twenty other
omniums such as Hue seta uf Jewelry,
Binds, Violins, Mandolins, Tea Sets,
Sateen Skirts, Cameras, eie.   Iteiuem-
her we. don't want any money until
after you sell the Pills and vnu don't
have In sell any more than lii hoxes In
d«t the premiums.   This is a Imna tide
olfer from a reliahle concern that has
dlven thousands nf dollars worth nf
premiums to agents all over the country,   Kememher also that Dr. Arnold's
English Tnxin Pills are a well known
j remedy for all diseases nf the kidneys
and hladder, Hridlit's disease, dialietes.
rheumatism,  nervous   Hon hies,  and
female complaints, and are for sale hy
all flrst class dritdd'sts nnd dealers in
all parts of the world.   You have only
to show them In sell them.   Ynu are
not offering something that the people
dnn't. know.    Our  watches are the
regular standard size  fnr  Ijidies or
Gentlemen in  Nickel or Gun  Metal
Cases with handsome illuminated dials
and   reliahle   timekeepers,  watches
such as no My or gentleman need he
ashamed In carry, and they  will  he
sent ahsi'lnlely Free tn nil  whn sell
only twelve hnxes of tho«e wonderful
Toxin Pills.   Write at once, and lie the
Hrst in ynnr locality to earn nne of
those heaut if ul watches and chain.   As
Mion as we receive your letter or post
card we will send ynu pnst. paid twelve
hoxes, together with  our Illustrated
Catalogue and heaut iftillv colored card
with your name and address on us nnt'
" *       *>■■.. In  ...ind   that
Certlflcate   of   Improvements
Si.amkt Minkhal Claim.
Situate In tht Kettle River Mining Division
of Yule Dlstriet.  Where locatsd : Camp
MeKlnney.
TAKK NOTICK that. I. Korbes M. Korby, as
agent (or l.yM.ii Wilniot Sliatlonl, (roo minor's rartlflcAl- N". hWIM, Sidney C. Conons,
(reo minor's crrllflrato Na. n.V.110. Alfred
Muller, (roo miner's ccrtltlcate No. alWn mid
William Kdwards, (nr miner's eerlitleato No,
allSII, Intond sixty d-iys (rom tlio date here
nl. to apply ui tlio Mini»K Recorder for a
(VrtitlcAU-f Imimiciuiionts. (or the purpose o(
obtaining* Crown Grant o( lhe above claim.
And further lako notico tbat action, under
section 37, musl bo commenced before the
issuanco o( such Certitlcato o( Iniprovomonts
Dated this llth day M Novombor, IWtt.
.oh.28. FORBES M.KKRBY,
Agont.
NOTICE OF FOHFEITUBE
To H. K. Mitchell or any person or persons to whom you may have transferred your
Inlerest to in tlio "Oold Drop' Mineral claim
situate on Dry Creole, on tho West Kork of
Kettle River, in tbo Kottlo River Mining
Division  o( Ynlo  District.
„,„.. ,  d address on as om     Yon am horoby notlflod that I havo oxpjuid-
atllhorixed agent. Bear in mind that fl(|fint,iniii order to bold thcsaldmlncralclaini
ynu Will not he asked to sell atiy more under the inovMnn of the Mineral Act, that
lhan the 11 lioxes and we don't want yon should coiitrihule (ill.2,1 as your portion
Boots
and
Shoes
A. Maslonka
formerly of Nelson B. C,
has opened a 3> and
Shoe store in idway,
with a large stock on
ha id.
Boots
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements
WOTXOZl.
Hiont.ANn   CniKK   Miskbal Claim.
iltuate In the Kettle River Mining Divlsl m of
Kale Dlstriet.   Where located : In Beaver Creek Camp, about   on* mile Monti
East of Beaverdell.
.AKK NOTICK, tbat. I, Korbes M. Korby, as
agent (or K.iycltc Harris, (reo miner's ccr-
.tlcaie No. aiittl intend sixty days  (rom the
ate horoof, to applp to  tho Mining Itecordor
.nr a Ccrtittcate o( Iniprovomonts,   (or  tbo
riirposeof obtaining a Crown Grant, of   the
itsivo claim.
And further take notice that action undor
.ection 37 must bo commenced beforo tho issu
nice of such Coriifloato of Improvements.
Dated I bis lllth day o( Novombor, 1802.
Keb.28- KORBKSM. KKRBY.
Agent
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Bulls, Flesh Cnlved
Cows, Cows in Calf, Stwr.s
and Heifers, Boar Figs,'Sows
and Young Pigs, Sheep and
Poultry. Saddle and IV.k
Ponies.    Apply to
J. A. COULSON,
il/z  miles from   Midway, or
Dispatch office.
than r.ne ue m,ari,,%,.,. .... -— .
•ny money until after you have sold
them. We hear all Ihe expense nnd
nre only tuakiiid this liheral offer as a
method of advertisliid Dr. Arnold's
Bnallsh Toxin Pills. Dnn't delay,
write at once and earn a heaut ifnl present for yourself for Christmas,
AMI.M
ARNOLD  MEDICINE CO., Dept. 118
go AdolaMt St. Butt, Toronto.Ont.
you SIlOllllI cmai i„u,v   m-".—   -    ,.
nl the said sum (or your undivided one hal( interest In said elnlm and if within DO days nf
the Hrst Insertion of this notice ynn (ail or ro-
fuse to contribute tho sum of $51.25 which Is
now due hy you, together with all costs of advertising, your inlerest In said mineral claim
will becomo the proporty of tho subscribe.!
under soctlon four of an Aol entitled the "Min
eral Act Amendment Act." 1900.
Dated this llilh day ol January, MM.
THOMAS MURRAY.
and
Shoes
made'toTorder.
Repairing   promptly attended to.
All work ^guaranteed.
Only the best stock J[used.
A. Maslonka.
-Z.'^.t-mjZ'hmXiiirm^,. it „_r,^w,m-~_wmx**shtmkx,^,,mt bf^iimzhhi-iithi *__-w •
It- 10 te tfllB 8ffl3SfImportant Hnilway Centre ia the
Iiil.»of British Cahiniiiia.
II u
* in the C3nii'8 of a
' "mm.
Ijli'JuS
[MMM
11a-
fasinping, tel 'ProM.*,
an. Railway District.
Midway, pp.ppty -Ml
niik3 yau rich. It is not
a 1)38^1)311, Jt %in% in-5^
iSlY...
: 1
Midway, the coming railway, commercial, wholesale and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle Biver
and Boundary Creek Dis-
• trlets, is .itu.ted at the
i- nnlfflpife' »f "tturadai'v
Tii
u
it diii
I     P!!M! :'
III  H.lr
an ifticiit climate, pure
Water* supply, an. _.r
pounded by rich agricultural land.
m?
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■4.    Business, residence "Am
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a.gaiWIe
ill lots ^ lQ#FS«Wi ." er-*..er,„S,r   Send (or niripn, price,, asd.fullpj.rticuta,
Thei mmW COMMNY, Ltd
c. si. (iiiorsR,
Agent HpBritish Cnluiiihin,
;   ,:i! Midway, H.t.
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FlVriOj it-'r.      '....    lill.dl'lr,     ' ill III i(ji. 0.1'-      Of..
ltliiiiiu, J Kill ..    'J,, . JJ.
"i   1 imw  that i.i s, i'liKiii^ ,fjir\ thi*,,.
JJOOjllu  I.I   UJ.V   vrj.n'iri   lit .V,  ,   hu.,»t).lU;
"I wlii s.iy il  ir  tlif.ii' ilea. 0 hi uelil
lOgL'UlUI'  i;K ll.ljliv  ufi'cl US Sr  fl(lgli' IIS
possible ilu st'iiti.iuuiij v.lfi. h.^n t.u-,
alu.j this c.riiiil.y «s'"(v'611 es li-it'iil
JUrjlain It;.. I in' . ayutjur ,ipr the
liujjt'6'veiuvh't oi-'i.1l''miiiiiiui    uu. e.   j
dOUbt if   Sn-ll   ,1   UlCtlllg   ilS,;lllis -OllJUi
in.ij i'ln c ' nl-   nn.v o.thcr llittf than
thc .Sim's niHi .'•>!  ipc.   Much iiic*etl.ijji).
us   this will tin ijooii wojU    t.uwaijdJi
biiuling togcUici   tho nui g cut, A|u*-.
lo-ttuxini imiroi.s    The I".o; le of Cu-
iiuilu mu n    11,ril  to   this omj.   "t'lio
ImiiUiuji nnd  iw, uly-li i' yi'Uis''il4'o' a'
low colonies uloiift tbo Atlaiilt-lonsl
he'nine tiri.l x.t ULiuuiii^ iinil tleiid-
01I to no noiisekcoi ii'.g by tjliC'imi'l.lf;
.Lntci   the Kiliiiii.is nf x iiiniilii ili't'UI-
oil to foriuu-.v.oiiiiK .mitiuu, im.lur. the
>$iiclipn; Imn lit l!)n|rl(.'na, bit fo'tii-
ilttLuty tile hilt -,' riiiiiii'y wits, .m Uh\l
in a |e.iicf. I  iiuu'ilcr.-'   -n 189(1   the
«|{gifl_i'-te bl   .ku    Initio ol    t-'aiuulu
v.r.s fwii hiiiiilu-il mill t.ii'ty-nltio mil-
I   ns, mil 'in  i'-"'■'■ it  Ims    mounted
to four'bin lr.il nml lhh ly-tln'i.' irll-
liuus.   In'buth e.\| 0 js untl lin|io:ts
the iii-1 i'nr.*■ Iiuh bii'ii .-tui'LUnif.    La-
niiou is niu e tlirn I olding hoi*   own
with tl'o |rroK*i'p'fAiiic nut bins,     lt   is
«nid thul   Ciuiifiliiii I I
eil rSluUn,    bul   ot.'t of the    (iOO.OIKJ
|ren|jle   who i.atite   I"   CuVmlit   lust
yuor Sfl.OUO iiiii.' from    t'o    llnltid
t-tuti.s.      Oni-liflii th   i.( ll a |io|nilii-
tiuii of lhe United   Slntos ui.o t'nna-
(lliiti burn, Ir  l  iiioio Uinn oin'-iittieth
of   the  I'op lutijiii  Of  CtUiufltt     uiiliio
from  the Mules: . We hpnf   11   Ki'ullt
du'il  to-jlu.v of   ;,: i| roiily,    und    wo
uie all  v.jiit ng f. 1   siiiiietliilig lo assist in t! it. diii" tion.   /.frir nil our
efforts to t v 1.11.I Bul or  poUtoe:,
barley nnd ether ' 1 Tndiio,, to    the
llniled SfiiteH we weie I intily   lom-
lu'lled ti.   10OK a   Mllloi 6*11    iiini'l.et,
uni]  wo found tie open    inurkel, ol
Billaiii    ivaiJii'; (or   is.      Now   we
want to lli.mli tho Unl oil States for
turning us uwny and lunching es. u
lesion in s.If-ie'iunce.    About liftebn'
yours 1110, the I. i.iiucb.u l'aoillc win
... buill a I'UKh ti'O coiillt'eiit ui.ll-Onnu-
_ I ill 1..  H'O i' 111   the n| Ini 111  that    tho
loud would ik',ci' pay.   Wo ull"-Know
now how wholly liiadotpiali! tlte sya-
lO'ii i.s.   'ihis   sh.vs the growth   bt
(.'iiiiiulu md nii/fht In ipeil the often
expressed opinion i'i the SluteB that
Cajiadtt  euiitrisis «f only a Miv bor-
tler  lowis.      ('ntimlii hns not    only
grown in liitluBLiy nml (oiniiii'iTe, but
is making grout atiides in,    alt   uml
science.   1 l.levo l.hoio Ift no   lietter
0[iiiplt>tl    tiiiveisily on  tl.l.s    conti-
neiil   llittH-.-'M J'liy,   Y1111 hear a great
di.'ri'l.niiif. nijoi.t. M>; (V.J.iy .(if wnn-
1;/ »
tjig hut'.we me f&ucetiy. s, 1 sued to
piiji'i'J.'d ii|)i;ri oui*'"prest*iit lines, and
we feci that wo have ho'jboUe' friend
to help us to .du.tM.-i*th)i,t the' Unit-'
osl Slates. Some oBif cjiice bouucleil
tnnMrit"as followa:- Hlii the ninth by
the no. th pole, on the ow^t by'lho
Atlantic Ocean, on the jw\st by tho
PiicfTIc Oceen ami on thi "sot th by
tho Monroe doctrine. THIs'- Mi n'bs1*!
docjijliie st,ivrfiliTi>i.t "8 niuoh for Wee1'
dom aud liberty in Cnna(ln.;»s it.doe.
in, the Unlti.l States. It ie'n "gl'ar-
anlee against coercion 'and oppres-
'tliiBu. When H wis piomiilgntcd tho
lending. Ihitlsh statesmon'approved
it. Canadians know whnt It iiieuns
Wtlioln1, iiiid Ik'Ho'o Init in   ovory
_______Z_ZSOSi.
The Mil^vay Sawmill
WW. POWERS; iPROPRIETOR.
■ifJSilaii
olt-'
MANUFAOTUREK
OF
fonn. .   Otirniothoi' country will   al-,.
tw" .\H^-a^JlfhinilKiiif'..a. 'toisoiin,-,'.
'Sel'. iinila Fvparat'ioh from (!ie»iti Bij-	
tu in ^oii)^ bo almost imi.qs*i(il(8. jf'ta*'. <i.'• Kl
a war   sfmuld, occur behyeenrnpreut r.ai.11".    ..:..
Jlritiiiii' und i.hi). t'nitoliStat^(,,.tha.^WT. 1 mw
result would bt moro tilribto' than ;      |iA'| n
the war of. the rebellion, litttaAwc.itH*^ *Jil*:l U
.jhojie that it t<>c t»o   ci|uinWpS.!,n»<4l8
'(|fuwn  into ju|'y,.wuri thi.v will butli
'bo on the siiinc'iliii', and.marching in
tlio same direct ion."       1
'i.    tf   ti
.lit -Tf At:
MINERAL AGT.
Certificate of   Improvements.
aad DRESSED LUMBER,
SHINGLES, Wmm IOBS,
-K^5T-;
I
BafitL^Sawiiig it M work don to :;opiep.
Natolron MnritiMt. tti.tnt.
5ltu»t« M the KeMI* ilv»"«nln» DWsloftJ
nt   Yale' District.   Where located:   IB
Beavtf Creek Camp, adjoining the Ittahj
Mineral claim. ■'W'i
CBUS1NBSS: COLLEGE.
TAKK,. MOTIOK that 1, .orbos   M, Kcil|
111 afont fur llnniilil ..nihil, fnnr iiiiiiorj
eerUllcalo Nu.   ii.'rlitw,   Iliineiiii   Smltli. fro*
iiilnur'K cerlillniti' No. n.'itpji: nml AlioJiu^a
8111UI1, free miliars corlitlufttc Nn. ii.'illKHi. ill!
U1111I, sixly ilny* from    the Hate  hereof,   to j
, n|i|ily to tin.'Mining ttrccrilir fern ( ciiifli 11%.
ins.     11   i» |*ijf Improvi'iiioiii" fd? Hie ptu pnuii uf olitaliijiiiq
o tho Unit; , crcim, (irnnt. ol the nopvc'clalin.
..    itnri nun      V||(| f,lrt,|l(,r tAfcu'noti.n (hut action, iniili
K'ctlon 117, must bo cniunieiict'il   heforu tlie
IV
*he
809 Second Aye., 'Spokane, i|Wasb.
.cb.ai
ST where thq^xutrh work is clone; where *ther> reason
is a.»vays^ivtitt;*m4vere cnnlitlcncc is devejopcii,;,where H|JO|.7
iB;f»',c°"i;''"«;|Port exactly as books'art. b'feloff kept .iin.business ;
HateilrUilaliitlKlay of;Nin'ciiilitir, A. ll. Illillgl , vft ■■'  ■ &      *     ' ,   r\
■^here Siioktiianjijjs scientific ; where penmanship: is1' at'; its
best; where merit is the standard : wliere the training in' Civ
11, Ski'Vick, 'ri'.i.i'.cuAi'in', l^vcEisii andCAUTOONiNc, \v«tkesvrup
students, :develops-tneir powers and teaches them     hpwtojij
successful.    f.o ar(jLimeii|{,is so' eloquent as   the  record'';
MINLRAL ACT.
Certificate'' ofsllintirovemenlS
Kn.OIiUiI.1. MlNKIlA'ti t'l.AIM,
Situate In the Kettle River Mining'Division
of Yale District Where located : About
Six miles north from Boitvurilell on thn
divide between Beaver Crock and tht
West Forfcof Kettlo Rlvw... 1.-,
TAKK NOflyi.„|lmt 1. Kurlim M|f KcA,
n.aueni fnr(H(J|io> 0, Coneiis. free niliior'*
.'i'rUlli*l. Nu, bMHh, Intend, sixly (Iii.vh from
the dato hereof In apply In the Mining Itmiinler
fora iriirllllui^tj of iinpriii'iJiiiunln, (or lhe |iur-
litianof obtaining a Orown Orant nf the above
".Inhli. " ,, ,-t   I,
An,! furthor take iiiillce that notlini, under'
Miction   117, niu«t  bo coiiiiuuicurl bufnrc Ike
Issuance of sueh cerlillcate nf Improromentii. *■.; |
Hated this 101 li day of November, IM$
Kcl).!». '-..        KOIIHKH M. KKIIIIIV.
Agonl,
Riverside Nurseries
\   Orand Porks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL';   - -   P^PRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
: >• - Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
X fine Assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
R«ies, Lilacs,:Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
Tlie nocrei Iif hucci'Sh in pliintinir, is, WUHT—to Hi'tiiri' k,,,,(' kI'" -1'
■ -..j.    SKcoNn—to plant an arton aa prmsililt' .iflor.it is dug.
Trees tflrtSined from our nursery can be planted at
f. i, Midway two days after they are dug..
Price .lint, and full Infonimtlon promptly  iflvcn.
ki_4AA-k4AA4AA_l4A4i-4AAAA-kA4----_---u-,A4A-LA--4-l*i
I
Hen Wanted $tW.:^
♦♦♦♦♦♦
To sell for the large Fonthill ruisc ries.   Appli
cations should be filed at once.  Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia inspectors.
19 WKM.INOTDK HT. K.
TOUONTO, ONT.
Stone & Wellington.
*****************************************************
can
things well ddne.'-^o mortgage can . corrupt,, no fh'i-f  —.
brcaVtlyrouyh and steal the knowledge of Howto Do.' W_en
ypu'ljrtoMffifh.it 'A school can do for. you by what it has done rfor
Iq^hers is it better to trust to luck?   Is.it wisei;. to'gli.e.s? ' t^tt
For detailed inforlnntifin call, telephone of.''yj(rite    !.  ,r„.J
m*$tM bltf H^ESTERN WSWfSS CQL1EGE, ; ,,'. '?".
''.„.."■ 809 Secoc'd Ave., SpokfinQiWashV.
"IU
rtiV
iJ-nivuii.""
:lli.!'„-    la ;
MUZ7,
111
.*..-.
^T
The
JA 11*1
Lancashire House
: : MIDWAY, B.C; : :
"   —-®—"'   '"!": '
uc.jThe undcrsigijed having re-opencd thjs well*
known   and   comfortable    hotel invites    tin.'
., pAtrqp;,tge of all old cus'tomers and1 the public
generally.
m
B»T BRANDS,OF LIQUpRS& CIGAK
Fnriia<!«}.iie,»tcd »nd cpnifortHbly.,fi|riiU|^*(ro»<'l,i'
- Mrs; Bo^dit?^ i^Qp^etress.

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