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 * UU   AUYAITVU
No. 8.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JUNE 25,   1900.
$2.00 per Year.
jtit, Souoiicro, Etc,
ORKKNWOOII. 11. 0,
Ilson,
-i Notaby Public,
Inoial AGENT
Ind MINING BROKER.
Y.B.C.
I Mathison,
__I DENTIST.
BLOCK   •   URBENWOOI).
Where a Hatter of Honey
Is the only Consideration
II. I'. Sll AW.
Ilett & Shaw
Iters, solicitors,
Noturif* Public.
rf.'llALI.IrtT."
Il llodford MoKolH's, Moreing &
I  Noal's, I.olber'8.
D,n.c,
THERLAND.
,  . ,  MtDWAY, B,0,
1-UliUC,
wTOM8  IIKOKF.lt,
COMMISSION AOENT.
I entries pastei. Mineral A«t
J Act papers drawn up. Affl-
|cn. Abstracts Blade.
jiitlons by mall or telephone
hitended to,
ICIIANT   TAILOU,
lest designs of Summer
Perfect fit guaranteed.
RBY,
\. M. Can. Soo. C, E,
si, Land   Surveyor
AMI
IlL   ENGINEER.
I UllltBNM'Ol.D.
IICKARDS & CO.,
lineal Estate
[unci
liisufatice.
ItKET. MIDWAY, B. C
SMITH,
■Tonsorial Artist.
Km-* fliuv., Hair Out, Hea Kon.ni
Bimii. call at tho above parlor,
pned mul ground.
[tMKT, * -   ■  MIDWAY, 11. 0.
DALRYMPLE
ta.1    Blaolcamltli
FAIRVIEW, B.C.
|<]i  Repairing.   Horaethoelng
A specialty.
WEEK HOTEL . . .
BTH OK HOCK CRBKK
»_n_._._ari&, a__rv.
Accommodation roa Quests.
)0D STABLING
i'l Mulling on Kottlo Blvor._»
IS. H. BUSH,
JRAL BLACKSMITH
{horse shoeing
i a specialty.
Is of work executed to
llsfaotion of customer*.
A MATTER OF MONEY.
We have cheap clotli-
tliing for you.
Where Quality is
the Main Point
we are with you also.
Cheap goods pay us best
but you are not as likely
to come back.
If you make  your
selection from our stock of
Shorey's Ready to Wear Goods we \"m tWt
 — J we have  permanently secured your patronage, because :
We guarantee the workmanship, |
We guarantee the material to be shrunk, t
We give you a guarantee Card in the pockets of %
• all of Shorey's make which mcau3 I
SATISFACTION OR YOUR MOSEY BACK, \
We solicit your trade on this basis. •
* Does it strike you as a sound one. J
IMIDWAY TRADING COMPANY, Limited.:
♦                          fT.   Xt    JACOBS,   IHaiinp,t«* *
*************************************** ***********
Midway News Depot
THOS, WALKER PROP,,
Dealer in   .   .   .
BOOKS, MAGAZINES and STATIONERY,
Candies, Canned Goods and Biscuits-
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.      WALL PAPER.
Hotel Spokane,
L. E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.
-********-
A new building, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters .for Mining
and Commercial Men.
»M»tt
Midway Meat Market
K. A. MATTHES* Proprietor.
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
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Therofore Meats are always fresh and sWeet   Call anil get a Rood Joint $
fm* ilinn.'i' to-day. __'.'„-,««-        ¥.
TELEPHONE 311- P.O.Box;-,       »
T BAKERY,
jfm. St. Quintin, Prop,
I'iiAlN AND FANCY
a, PASTRY, CAKES, ETC.
fi-i-yl.hlng   Plrst-oliiBS.
'StMBt, B_±<_-v_,3r.
Jo*******o***************<**********l
ust Arrived
mmo**0*o*************************l
Millinery Department.
todies'Straw Sailor Hats in tti colors, While, Black ami fciriegflted.
^flics' StrawHough-Rider Hals in Black, While and vatfegn eil color.
WgBorn and Fancy Braided Straws.
Men's and Boys' Harvester and Pancy Straw Hate.
Tttm O'Sitantcrs in Velvet ami Cloths.
SEPARATE REPRESENTATION.
The Right of the Boundary District to Have
a Sfjparate Representative  Conclusively
Shown- -Some   Interesting   Figures   .
Exhibiting the Relative  Positions   of   the   Respective
Constituencies.
THR recent Provincial elections have
furnished Home i||ieiesilifj|flgui'cs
from which can he drawn conclusions tho should uncontuslably prove
Uie justice ol the claim Of the Boundary country for separate representation, The figures given below, though
probably iuaccui'iite in lhe casta of
sever..' of the more scattpfed constituencies froin whi.li lin il returns had
not been received win n the following
were given out, are sufficiently correct
to serve thu, purpose for which they
are now quoted, since the rol urns from
the few oui lying, polling places not
heard fiom will not materially affect
ihereliiivc positions of constituencies
or members us heiein exhibited.
Taking lirst the number of ballots
regularly cast in the respective constituencies, they appear aj. follows i
Viincouvei' (lily (4 seat-) 15.370
Victors Cit v (Iseats) 13,01)5
Rossl.uul Hiding West Kootenay 2,610
Nelson Hilling West. Kootenay.. 1,003
New Westminster Oity  1.170
Bast Yale '  1,031
North Yale  1.009
South Enst. KooJeuav     ft*11
Cassiar (2s.*ats) '..'.     961
Caribou (2seata)     938
Revdlsloke Ridi,;g .-f Kootenay.    817
Nai.aouo CMv     8311
Sl -cm Hiding of Koolcniy     716
Esquimalt (2 seats)     737
Delta     721
Dewdney     015
Od'mox..     002
Richmond     500
Nnnni'i'o North     500
Chilliwack     404
Victoria Smith     407
Naimiino Suiiili     30S
ISTBONG HOTEL
KE YES, prop.
ccomiiKKlation,
|ei„. LU] iiora and Cigars.
FirsMJIftss Stabling,
WSTRONG B.C.
lereial Job Printing.
'THE ADVANCE."
.Dress Goods Department.
--     .    ,    ,.       -,„. y„„„ncr l>re-s Ooods.   We shoiv fitnqy Organdies,
, Now is tlie lime fm Snnouei 1 rf
Zephyrs, Ginghams   Plain »"    ' ,'  ,   ,''„   , Jra ***,.   Torchon and
v,iril'tyofcolo,,and,m.ternso      lua    f rn   -       y        >
Plain ami Fancy Valencn-nn    U «».»g> mHn.,      -,„, 76c ,„„.,,   B,llpk
^t» w«bsc	
White Muslins to Silks and Satins, expected to rtl.lvi daily.
tMt* ctiattttti Furnishing Department
.    . lF[l,.nts'liicvcle Hose and Stt'iWflrs. also a large
isass-^stt-' -'-
P0ST0FFICE STORE,
...MIDWAY, B. C.
HAIN & CO.,
We.-l  Yale	
Victoria Nurth	
Cowiiluin	
North Ivist Kootenay.
East l.il"oel '..
West Lillooet	
Alherni ',	
284
281
277
20
21,
21!
18c
It wi.I be seen lhat the Hossland
Hiiliug sUnds third on the ahove list,
and ",i. may lie here pointed out that
the disparity he, ween the total of this
riding aud those of the cities of Van-
cmve't and Victoria is necessarily |
much larger umli r the differing conditions, voters in the two latter constituencies being eiiti l"d to cast four votes
each, than would be the case were the
Hossland Riding ou an equal footing
with thein in this-respect. But itis
not so much with the lotal number of
vote* cast throughout tlie Rossland
Riding that we ill this district are now
concerned as witb the proportion cast
in the Bouiidaly Country. The returns
from the several polling places in the
Boundary gave the following figures
as the totals of the votes cast:
Smith Curtis, Russian'! Hiding of
West. Kootenay, 133:1.
,1. Houston, Nelson Hiding of West
Kootenay, 781.
Ralph Smith, Nannlmo Ciiy, 753.
i, 0. Brown,New WestinlnstetCitv,
021).
Price Allison, Kast Yale, (120.
j. II. Fnllon, North Yale, 5118.
T, Taylor, Revelstoke Riding of
Kootenay, 494.
15. B. Smith, North foist Kooteiwy,
421.
F. R. Green, Slocan ftidihg of Kootenay. 312.
R. McBride, Dewdney, 340.
Li A, Mounce, Coinox, 321).
J. Oliver, Delta, 324.
O, W. Clifford, Csssiarj 286,
S. A. Rogers, Oaribou, 278.
,T, Hunter, Carlhoo, 275.
W. H. Hayward, Esquimalt, 272.
C. W. Munro, ChilliwacU, 202,
D. M. Kberts, Victoria South, 259,
J. Irving, Qasslrtv, 210,
VV. W, B. Mclnnes, Nanaimo North,
238.
O. E. Pooley, Esquimalt, 23S,
Thomas Kid.l, Richniond, 218.
James Dunsmuir, Naluiimo Soulli,
210,
D. Murphy, West Yale, 108.
... D. Prentice, East tlllooefj 195.
C. H. Dickie, CoWichnli, 1ft.
W. 0, Wells, North East Kootenay,
127.
.1. P. Booth, Victoria North, 123,
A. W. Smilb, West Lillooet, 109.
A. AV. Neill, Alberni. IE
The Boundary proportion of the
total vote of 1323 Mr. Curtis received
was with Gladstone 641, or withoui
bat polling place 613. Tl*is shows
hat the Boundary alone polled a high-
r vote for ils successful candidate
than did 21 (or without Gladstone 22)
Out of the total of 29 constituencies.
Aud what is still mote iu its favor, ihe
totals of the votes obtained by ils two
candidates wei'e imieh closer thnn were
those of the opposing Candidates in
most otht'i' constituencies in tlie Province.
The foregoing fads and figures show
the claim of the Boundary districl for
separate representation to be one that
in common justice to so comparatively
large a number of electois, and so im-
portiint a district, commercially mil
Industrially, "shoulil not longer be resisted by the Provincial Legislature, so
strongly is its right to it now established,
 ra-t	
PROVINCIAL NEWS.
DOMINION NOTES.
Sale of Hamilton Powdar Com-
'pany's Shares-Manitoba and
the Territories Slightly
Suffer   from   Frost
and Drought.
Curtis.
Mackintosh.
Tot
Gladstone
,.,.   28
12
40
I'.scad-'...
 28
III
44
(iiJiudForl
S....1I3
118
202
Columbia,
  49
85
131
Kholt	
,,... 49
•i'i
74
(Ire'fttiwobi
 'fSo
218
4-13
Plilmi'ilx...
 1)1
73
167
-Midway...
 25
57
82
,   lnw..,i   market quotations.    Miners'  Supplie
GlW,'il,a'lU^lde,"'Uiir.Uvare always iuetock,
am)
041 605 1216
Kveti if Gladstone be deducted, as
loo far east for inclusion in the Buun-
il.ii.v district, it will be seen that wilh
n total of 1200 votes .ictnally polled on
Dili inst. the Boundary district, leaving
ou  thc two hig ciiy constituencies on
11 ojist, c .ines third oil the list of the
whole Province, the respective higher
loin's of votes polled being Nelson
Hilling, ICO..; Rossl.ind Riding (including Gladstone, but excluding all west
o: Chris!ina Like), 1101, and the Bonn
d.iry, 12;Xi. The Boundary vote is
much larger even than that of New
Westminster Oity, and there is this
further fact to be kept in lni.ul, that
population is increasing here, and
wilh tho mines now entering upon the
pr ilnction stage will increase still
more rapidly.
Turning now to lhe number of votes
each elerted representative obtained al
ibe recent election, it Is found thai
,-igiiin leaving out the two coast city
cimslilueuelea previously excepted the
liossland Riding leads easily with a
tolal of 1323 for lis elected member,
the next on the list being Nelson Riding, with 781.   The respective totals
for the whole of the  memberseleci
are i
11.D. Ilelmcken, Victoria (.ity,2,0l(l,
A. W. I bill, Victoria Oity, 1,027.
,1, Hi Turner, Victoria City, 1,863,
,1, F, Garden, Vancouver Ciiy, 1799.
.1. Martin, Vancouver ('iiy, 1737.
A.   B.  McPhillips,   Victoria   Oity,
___■
II. <). Tatlow, Vancouver Oil y, 1083
II. 1), Gilmour, Vancouvei'Ciiy, 1402.
Kilties Organizing - C. P. R. Excursion
for  Manitoba School Teachers-
Dissolution  of  the  Templar
Publishing Co.- Large Hotel for Port Arthur*,
The Canadian Patriotic Fund to the
16th lust, was SSK.SSiUi.
A London, Out.., lady bus christened
her daughter Transvalctte.
The Templar Publishing Oo. of Hamilton, Ont., bus been dissolved snd
830,1100 in shares Cancelled.
A movement is on foot at Hamilton,
Ont.. to organize ji Highland Regi*
ment, Already aliout UK) have signified their intention Of joining.
The O. P. R. has arranged a cheap
excursion to the Pacific coast for the
teachers of Manitoba. The tickets win
be g oil dining Ihe summer holidays,
The Standard Oil Company is said to
he backing a syndicate which is considering the establishment, of an enormous
hotel with probably 1,000 rooms ill tbe
neighborhood of Port An bur.
Mr. Pineau, the Tory who has I urmd
Grit, and is keeping thu Prince I'Mwaid
Islanil Government ill power by a majority of one, says he turned because
the Tories said tliere w.-is a. defh it.
Whereas he has found a surplus off oil j'
$1,000.
Dr. Campbell, at the meeting of ihe
Ontario Medicd Council he'il recently
at Toronto, stihniitled a resolution,
anejii Dominion and inler-provn rinl
registration, to the s ff,ct thai the
Ontario Medical Council shoulil agree
to register practitioners hereafti r registered in any other province which
may agree to register Ontario piacll*
turners under similar conditions.
Evangelist .loly bas been found guil-
iy in the Court of Queen's B1 neb of
stealingfth express pa. kage containing
$7,1X1) from lbe 0. P. R. station at Juliette. A part of the sioleu money was
in Dominion one dollar notes. The
clue to the lObher was Obtained
tttrOdgh these nnd his house was
si-arched, disclosing more of the missing notes. Tbe jury were only out
five minutes.
Tbe C, P, R., in ix. recent crop report,
shows that drought has affected most
of the crop between Winnipeg ufid
Broadview, .also the north wesl ern section. Frost Ims done some damage
between (Jarherry and Griswold A ji-
ple lain has fallen in the Northwest
Territories and in some sections of
Manitoba, but generally rain is wauled
in Manitoba, lf rain lalls heavily in
the near fol ure n good average crop is
predicted.
The majority of lbe shines of llu*
Hamilton Powder Company have heen
purchased by the Noble Dynamite
Trust Company Limited, London,.'.
L, Duplat T.'.ylor, chairman. II i.s said
tbat after watching the development
of tin-mining industry iu Canada, especially in British Columbia and the
Klonilyke for some time, the directors
of the Knglish concern decided io lnke
this step in order to secure shares ill
lhe ever growing trade in t.hiscountrv.
K, Stuarl, Dominion Chhf tnspecior
of Timber and Poieslry, haslefl Ottu*
wa for the west, lie will visit Winnipeg, Calgary, Prince (idwurd, Kilo.on*
ew
ton am
take a.-U'i
existing timber.
(•station wliere
necessary,   iiis mainly m edi
works  tremend
in the  timber
M
Wi~.ii.
for ths
-orlu i
A sad death took place on the 0. P.
R. express on Monday morning jn*l
after leaving Revelstoke. It appears
that tlie deceased lady, the wife of
Rev. Joseph Crummer, was on her
way home tn Illinois trom Los Angeles,
Ca!„ and had been suffering from nervous prostration for some yeul's. The
body wits taken off the train at Illecil
lewaet,
A telegram has lieen received by the
chief of the Vancouver police fo arrest
Mis. John Kline, formerly engaged in
an apparently good bakery business,
NaniiimO, and at one time a resident
of Vancouver, Mrs, Kline, with her
husband and two children, left I In-
city quite recently for parts unknown,
leaving several Unsatisfied creditors
and taking some $20 worth of goods
alleged lo have been received on an*
.proval. A warrant Was issued on lhe
charge of obtaining goods under false
pretences, and the police limit in Vancouver and Victoria have lieen notified | Crow n.
tn look out for her.
William Slrnthers, rt clerk id the
gold commissioner's oflice at Dawson,
has been arrested on a charge of accepting a bribe for the performance of
work that, was itself illegal, Two
oilier young men. Win, Brown and 11,
D. Sutherland, were arrested and
held for offering tlie bribe. The transaction grew out of an attempt on the
part i>r Brown and Sutherland to get n
claim renewed without having the j Seolia, nine libraries, 00,0211 volutin
representation Work done or paying
the full amolint fixed by the law to be
paid in lieu of representalioii work.
That amount is $200. The allegation
Is that, young Slrufhors agreed I:. accept an nITIdavit of representation and
to complete the record properly for a
consideration of $75 paid fo him personally, and that he did so receive ami
accept tliis sum and did complete the
record,knowingllie alllilnvit to he false,
After pl'eliminitry exiiniinat'onSlrulh-
ers was held for trial ill tlie territorial
court.
luster, U. C, to
'inled ion of the
; ride furrefor
ii..  j mil  in In
; , j. .ii iimi or
,.    lire, whi.h
ivoc sometimes
owned by lhe
will niTJinp' for
ranging, vx hlch
possible agninst'
limits
•itew.nl
au olio lent j-y-ti'in ol
will guard ns far a-
tbe danger of lire.
Among the papers read recently at rt
session of the American Library _rao
ciation wjis one by .lames tin in, jr.,
chief librarian of the Toronto Public
Library, Mr, I'ain dealt with lho
composition of libraries throughout
lhe Dominion, during his address
giving lhe following statistics :   Novtt
Prince Edward Island, Iwo libraries,
7,1500 volumes ; New Brunswick, sitf
libraries, 50,53(1 volumes •, Quebec, It)
libraries, 070,025 volumes ; Ontario, 4! 1'
libraries, 1,287,007 volumes: Manitoba,
four libraries, 48,436 volumes; Northwest Territories, one liln-ary. 3.50(1 volumes ! British Columbia, live librnr'es,
KI.OiX) volumes i Government libraries
(Ive", containing 230,000 volumes. The
total   number   of   public   lilifttflrs)
throughout the Dominion istbus found
lo be 511, containing in the aggretfaUt
2-120.577 voliun'Wi • zi-'
,;
JOHN WITHEI.I, I'nnrriiCTon
C. :W. 0R0U8K Managmi
Published   weekly   at  MWway,  Ii. C.
Subscription Price, trim per annum, payabl.
in ndvanoo, otther yearly or half-yearly at tlie
option of the subscriber.
Advertising Rates senl, on application.
MONDAY. JUNE 25. IfXIO.
The commencement of ore-shipping
from the Old Ironsides aud Knob Hill
mines, to which railway spur lines
were lately constructed, marks the
opening of a new era for Phoenix
camp, in which 'hest* well-known
properties are situate, The group of
three mines, the Old Ironsides, Knob
Hill and Victoria, together with the
Gray Eagle to which the jMiner-tiraves
combination lately extended its operations has had more work done on it
iu undei ground development and is
al, present equipped with more plant
and machinery on the whole lhan any
other mine or group of mines in the
dislrlul being operated under any one
management, Further, larger ore
bodies have been opened up in this
group aud more sloping ground is
ready for Ihe miners to break down
ore than anywhere else in the districl.
Then Ihere is lhe additional advantage
of having ft smelter built for lhe main
purpose of treal ing the ores from these
mines, connected wilh them by rail
and situate only about twenty miles
distant. Wilh such facilities available
for ihe production and treatment of
oie and wilh huge ore deposits lo oh
tain an abundant supply from, the out;
look indeed appears favorable, Much
has been published during the twelve
months just past of the orc-pioilu'.ing
capabilities of tlie district in general
and I hose properties in particular.
But. the time for newspaper pi utilises
has, after mnch and tedious delay, at
length passed away and now has
dawned the day of performance,
Should the great expectations, to
which such free expression has been
given, lie not in large measure soon
realized    much   disappointment  will
naturally follow. Bui there does not
appear to be i>nv reasonable doubt that
they will be realized and so, as above
suggested, a new era is opening for
Phoenix camp.
Record*
for   the    Period
June 1900.
Ending
MINERAL LOO\T70N8.
JUNK 18.
Iowa,   Camp    McKinney,
A Novel Idea.
(Montreal Witness, May .'10, 1000.)
Mrs. Egerton, an English lady, who
did nursing work in Dawson City, car
tied out an original idea in Loudon,
which greatly gratified the C. P. R
people. Mrs. Egerton hud heen much
struck I.y tbe scenery along the line ol
the C. P. H, as well as with the service wliieh tlie company rendered
across the ronlinent.andsliedetermin
ed to let thc folk in England know
something about both, for this purpose she availed herself of a fancy hall
at Oovent Garden, to appear in a costume which look first prize for originality, and which illustrated Canadian
scenery and the 0. P. R. in a highly
striking manner. The lady's hat was
trimmed in a manner to show the 0,
P. R. trains in motion ; her cape set
forth Lake Ontario, Lake Superior and
the Rocky Mountains, while the from
ol her dress showed a train rushing at
full speed through the wonderful ravines in the far Northwest. In the
lady's hand was a banner which contained tlie coats of arms of the several
Provinces constituting the Dominion.
The tout ensctnblc, as tbe London press
remarked at the I hne, was wonderfully
striking and impressive and gave at a
glance an idea of a country of which
Londoners, previous to the jubilee,
knew very little. Mrs. Egerton, as
Mr. Baker, the 0. P. R, agent in London, pointed mil, did all this'off her
own bat,' and solely with the patriotic
view of making Canada known. The
lady is coming mil again, probably this
summer, when she will make an extended tour of the country. Photographs of Mrs, Ege'ftoti in her unique
costume are at the general offices of
the C. P. R,
 . * ,	
Canada's Exhibit at Paris.
Professor Robertson, Dominion
Dairy Commissioner, who has lu>t returned from the Paris Exposition, says
when he left Paris tlie Canadian exhibit
was the only one in the ehtiie Exhibition ifrovided wilh a refrigerator in
practical working order. Oilier nations
which had contemplated making displays of fruit and other perishable pro*
ducts, had lo give up the attempt for
luck of cold storage. The United Stales
had partially overcome the difficulty
liy securing cold storsge in the city of
Havre some miles away, and renewing
ils exhibit from time to lime.
Of the Canadian display generally
Prof. Robertson says that aliout four-
fifths of the main colonial huilding is
occupied with exhibits from Canada.
Tliere is a splendid display of cereals,
apples, flour, canned fruits, honey, etc.
These exhibits have been so arranged
ns to impress tlie spectators witli Unit] ea (hat Canada can produce the best
of foodstuffs, In Ihe refrigerator are
stored apples, butter, cheese nnd eggs
and il will tend to show lhat food pro
ducts can be brought from Canada to
Paris without the slightest deterioration,
     M.    J.
Greeves.
Owen Sound, Copper Camp, VV. H.
Armstrong,
JUNE 20.
Little May, fraction, Copper Camp,
Alex. Chisholm.
Dalhousie, Lower Creek, Kettle
River, N, Morrison.
Last Chance, fraction, Kellie River,
J, Douglas,
•tune 21.
Snowflake, Clemens' camp, Kettle
River, J. Hickey.
Black Hawk, Clemens' camp, .1.
Hickey.
J. T. C, Beaver Creek, Carl Nelson.
Etiricka, Beaver Creek, Carl Nelson.
junk 22.
Kid, fraction, Beaver Creek, Vancouver and Boundary Creek Development and Mining Company.
New Oro Fino, Kettle Rivcr, Adolph
Ferguson.
junk 23.
Morning Star, Camp McKinney, 0.
B. Bush.
WESTHMDUK  LOCATIONS.
JUNE   12.
Jessie, Ketlle River, J, Johnston.
JUNE  ll.
Romeo, Meyers' creek, H. Pittendrigh,
JUNE 15,
Reindeer, Beaver creek, Oeo. Ellis.
Keno, Beaver creek, Ed Malaney.
Boulderite, Beaver creek, S.  Bener-
iniiii.
JUNE   18.
Sunrise. Beaverton, Dan Curtail.
Black Diamond, Dry creek, Gorman
West.
H. and S., Boomerang creek, T. Henderson.
Morning Star, Carmi creek, Thomas
Kin ,
JUNE   19.
Rainy, fraction, Canyon creek, \V.
W. Dresser.
Iron Cap, Cauyon creek, N, B. Peter
son.
CERTIFICATES OF WORK.
JUNE 4.
Monitor, George Ellis,
Beaver, George Ellis,
JUNE 5.
Trapper. H. B. Thorn.
Oro Finis, il. B. Thorn.
Empire. Roliert Wood.
Maple Leaf, Robert Wood.
JUNE 7.
Skylark, W. A. Logan.
JUNE   11.
Boston, Thomas Barnctt.
Balaclava, ,1. It. Reilie.
John Gilpin, J, R. Reilie.
JUNE 14.
Daisy, James G. McMynn.
JUNE 21.
Triangle, fraction, J. T. Herringway,
for Grey Eagle Gold Mining Co,
JUNE 23.
Night Hawk, J. Luce,
may  7,
Texas, Ernest Mathesrm,
Oxford, ,1, McDonald.
may  9.
Blue Grouse, Joe Tomkins,
Mayflower, W. Lacy.
may 12.
Mayflower, T. Curry et al.
Comstock, T. Curry et al.
Yellow Rose, fraction, T. Curry et al.
Atlantic Cable, T. Curry et al,
Iron Horse, T. Curry et al.
Mountain Bell, T. Curry et al.
may 18,
Highland Chief, F, Harris.
may 22.
British Pride, John Reilie et al.
Deadwood, John Reilie et al.
Golden Eagle, John Reilie et al,
Little John, John Reilie et al.
may 20.
Denver, R. Roberts.
Champion, It. Roberts.
Rambler, R. Huberts,
Caledonian, Owen Nelson.
Rampalo, L. Sacia.
may 27,
Hope, F. Bagshaw.
may 28.
No. 5, L. H. Hughes.
may 31,
Clipper, fraction, H. B. Thorn.
JUNE 2.
Golden Rule, J. R, Simpson.
CERTIFICATES OF   IMPROVEMENTS.
to A. II, Dawson.
JUNK S.
Windsor, J interest, J. «. Wilson to
.1, Lvnch.
JUNE 11.
MagnoliatindStcrJinghatit, . Interest
in each, W. Fimiey to J. 1. Peoney.
Lottie F., . interesl, J. 1. Feeney  to
W. Fm nny.
JUNE 12.
Gem, fraction, California and. Bio-
iiora, j inteiest. iu each, Chas, S. Early
I..L. il. DeV. r.
Triangle, fraction, all interest, .lay
I>. Graves to Gray Eagle Mining Company. .     „
Tin Top, fraction, all interesl. Jay 1 •
Graves to Gray Eagle Mining Oompany, ,, ,
Joker, Apex, keystone, Smuggler,
15 inlerest in each, Michael Sullivan
10 Geo. W, Bamberger.
JUNE 15.
Gem, fraction, ill interesl, F. Parker
to C. Early.
JUNB 7.
Clipper, fraction. _ interest, E.    T.
Wickwire lo E, 0, Oargill.
Mounlain  View,   .   interest, E. T.
Wick ware to E. 0. Cargill.
JUNK 18.
Empire, i inlerest, Ah Ling to J. A,
Douglas.
Napoleon, It) interesl, Lucky Boh.
11) interest, and Lost Cayouse, 1-9
interest,  Alex.   Smith    to    Duncan
Smith.
 ee-s	
CANADIAN HORSES.
Notices advertised in this week a
■UiVANi-Kare those of I—
Sunny Side, near to Eholt Creek,
(formerly called Prior Greek), lying
partly upoiwind Northerly ol and adjoining Lol 252, Township 79.
Lake View ami Orient, KrtigerJloiin-
lain.
Copper King, Kruger Mountain,
St. John Mineral Claim, Camp Fair-
view.
Opulence. Kruger Mountain.
Ecuador, Oamp McKinney,
White Knight, Kruger Mountain,
J. L TERRY'S STQiJ
Seventh Street, and sec our stock of
PANAMAS PACIFIC
Men's,   Youths'  and   Boys
At Bed Rock Prices.
Also  a   Fine Line   of   Millinery  Goods
Being   Opened.
si
Ottawa University will sue La J'resse
uud Li I'atrieol'Monlreal unless they
retract lhe statement that American
students at the university fought
againsl the raising of the JSrltish flag
in honor of British success in Sooth
Afiica.
St. Lawrence, Headman Gold Copper
Company.
Nightingale, Wickwire and Cargill.
Mountain View, Wickwire and Cargill.
Cosmopolitan, Cosmopolitan Uold
Mining Conipnny.
Rover, Sailor Mining and Milling
Company.
Bald Eagle, Geo. R. Naden.
Alice, fraction, Sailor Consolidated
Milling and Milling Company.
TRANSFERS.
MAV 26.
Little John, Deadwood, John Gilpin.
Balaclava, Golden Eagle and Briiish
lJi ide, J Interest, in each, H. A. Haywood to Wm. Gosnell,
Mayflower, 1 interest, J. J. Miller to
P. Hickey.
Adeline, all inlerest, R, G, Tovor to
Harry Dah.
Little Chief, } interest, E. W. Kelly
to Thos, Hogan,
London, 132, Haverlork, all interest,
Roue, all InleieHt, G, M, Foster.
Henrietta, _ interest, 8, Breslaur to
T, Pascoe.
may 29.
Bull Dog. 1 interest, D. Hopkins to
VV. McDonald.
IUM urn and No. 1, J interest, Fred.
Davis to G. W. Trehune.
Topsy, A Interest, H. J. McQuaid to
"hos. Henderson.
Mounlain Chief, ft interest, Thomas
Henderson to H. J, McQuaid.
Lakeside,_ interest, Boston Boy, J
inteiest, Toronto, J interest, Boston,
1 interest, St. Louis. J Interest, J. A.
Cameron to Donald A, Cameron,
may 30.
Eldmado, Bertha C. Thoinet to 0. L.
Thoinet,
. mav HI,
Atlantic, 1 Interest, E, H. Rlppeto lo
C. H, Werner.
Atlas, all interest, ,1. Mcintosh tn
I'.d, Burns.
Hajor-General Strange Write* About
Army Remounts.
The following letter recently appeared in the Morning Post, London :
Sir,—I see iu the Morning Post that
the British Government has purchased
50,000 horses in the State of New York
at an average price of about $100 each.
They could have got more serviceable
horses for less money from Canada,
especially from the  prairie country,
wliieh produces the hardiest horses in
the world.   The veldt and prairie are
synonymous.   The broncho will live on
sun dried grass,  where  the civilized
hr.rse starves.   With gaiety of heart
we accept the lives of the Canadians
and the gift of Lord Strathcona.   But
when it comes 10 putting money in I he
pockets of Canadians by a deal advantageous to ourselves, we prefer to deal
witli the overcute Yank, e, who accentuates the boosted solidarity of Anglo-
Saxon kinship by a pro-Buer Anglo
phobia as iuttnse as lhat of Europe.
The steady loyalty of Canadians is to
me a perpetual amazement,   Twenty
years ago I started the Military colonization Rjtoche in Canada Ity the pur
h .so of ."Ml brood mares and suitable
stallions, mainly with a view of sup
plying horses to the British army foi
warn, even then inevitable to all eyes
except those at Westminster.   When
the last Riel revolt broke out I raised
and horsed at my own risk and responsibility   a   squadron   of cowboy
si'outs  and  put them tinder  Major
Steele,  who   now   commands   Lord
Strathcona's    Horse,      Incomparable
leader of unmatched scouts, he led and
covered I lie western column, witli its
long train of wagons, in a march uf 800
miles through a  wilderness country
and bands of hostile halfhreeds and
Indians, as wily, as mobile,  ami as
good shots as the Boers, hetter armed
with Winchester repeaters than the
Canadian militia infantry with their
clumsy old Snider*..   We found our
enemy entrenched us  the Boers ell
trench,    But   they   were   out-man-
oeuvered, and surrendered after two
skirmishes,  witli slight  loss to ourselves.   That this was possible was due
not only to the praitie scout but to the
horse  he  rode,   Our horses were sel
dom picketed, except when in contact
with the enemy, or in wooded country
when grazing was impossible.   Other
wise   they   grazed   at    night,  kept
"rounded up" in cowboy parlance by
the mounted patrols who circled round
them.   Attempts   at stampeding  on
lhe part of the enemy failed, for any
Indian who entered that circle never
left it, and as 1 rode out in the morn-
lug inarch  I passed more than  one
"redskin" minus his scalp.   I asked no
questions ; "a la guerre comine a la
guerre,"   The enemy played the game
that way,   Tho game iu South Africa
I don't understand.   On  our side il
seems like the games of my youth at
Aldershot, which I never learnt, thank
God.   Ar. the conclusion of lhe Canadian campaign of 1885 the late General
Haveiihill, II, 11. A 1 visited the Canadian ranches and bought horses fnr the
British army, as his successor, Colonel
Goldie, also did.   They were reported
on most favorably for several years in
succession.    Eventually  the  London
Horse  Dealers and  Horse Breeders'
Association got liieinlieisol'I'jirli.1 ment
to bring pressure on the War Oflice.
uud ihe purchase of horses in Canada
for the army wus ordered to be discontinued,   1 In ought the matter person
ally to the notice of Lord Wolseley,
who  seemed   powerless.   I bud Intel
enough, and retired from the business,
recommending that the  War Olllce
shnuld send out an officer und a few
army reserve rough riders to establish
a remount depot in the Calgary district.   In thc event of war in ihe Far
East, mounted infantry and cavalry
could be sent dismounted through to
Vancouver by the Canadian  Pacific
Railway and steamship line, picking
up their mounts en route.   It Is not
too late to consider the question, if
there were any deciding power any
wliere, for there are "wars ami rumors
of wars, hut the end is not yet."
T. Bland Strange,
Major-General, lute commanding Alberta Field Force,
Oavci'shain, April 11,11X10,
" Imperial
Limited "
Service for the year 1900
will be commenced JUNE
10th. The "Imperial Limited" takes you across the
Continent in four days without change. It is a solid
vestibuled train, luxuriously
equipped with every possible
essential for the comfort and
convenience of Passengers.
Ask your friends who have
travelled on it, or address
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Oar llli.i'k Wc
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TpHIS is a new buildiflg hard finish
furnished  in  first class  stvie.
<*U all
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is supplied with the best on the market,
furnished with  a choice stock of Wines,
he lJ
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Cigars.
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MAIL CONTRACTS.
S SALAD SKPAUATK TKN'DKUS. ftddroM-
_<1 to ihi; PoBtnt-Stor General, will b«ro«
coivcil.it Otlawn until noon on Friday. 1 lit*
Uth July, iooo, forttaoconvoywHwofHer
Majesty's Malls, on :v proposed contract for
four years, throe limes mul Olioo per tt*e_k ros*
poctivoly each way, botwoon Midway and ivn-
tloton, and Fuirviow iukI Oroville, W'usli., fnmi
the iBlSoptombttr next.
Printed notices containing further Information as to conditions ol proposed contract nmy
tm seen and blank fating of tender may bo ofi«
tained at. Uie Posi Offtcos of Penticton, Okanogan FuMs, Ku ir view. Oamp MoKiuney- Rook
('reek, Midway Ureoifwood and Osoyoos.
\V. H. DOMMAX.
Post Office Inspector.
l'o-it Office Inspectors Offloe,
Vancouver H, C„ Msy 2.1, 190(1
TIMBER NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK thai I. Frank Tlnl'cy. 30
days from dato horoof Intend, to apply to
tho Oliiof Commissioner of Lands and work-
to out and carry Away Limner from the following unreserved and unoccupied ('rown Lands.
shirting at 11 postmarked A on lho nori.li hnnk
of tlie Similkameen Itiver adjoining Proctors
laud ou the west, thenee IU chains north;
thenee IJh ehrlnn west ; thenee 80 chains south;
thenee 120 chains east; thence HI chains north
across tha Rirollkameon Hlvor to point ofw
nn-ii'-'uient. aud containing 1,000 acres more
orUm.
PItANK BAIL15Y*
Hated this llth day of May, 1900.
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Line of
Fishing
Tackle.
New Novels. |
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Unsworth,
Druggist,
flidway.
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NOTARY PUBLIC;
Tiie Royal Insuimnok Coy.
The London anu Lancashire Kirk
Inhuman™ (!dy,
The Insurance Coy. ok Nohth
Ameiiica,
The London and Canadian Jiin
Insurance Coy,
The Sun Loth Abbuiunob Coy ..r
(lANAI)A,
The Dominion DuildIHO and Loan
Association,
Ai'I'haiheii roit thb Canada Per
.wanknt Loan anii SaViNOrCoy
The Riverside Hotel,
Is shunted ni. Book (Ve.'k, B.C.,  mi   tlie main route nr mud
lietween Penticton unl nil Boundary Creek point*.   Slopping
place for Hinges.
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting-:- Bestof Accommodatioi|
B. _*. Lnrson,   Fmpvtetor.
KHTAHI.r-UlKI)   1N-<1.
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FAIRVIEW ■ HOTEI
Commercial and Mining men should put
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELU]
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Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
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The  Ondersigned having   taken   thn  lVI""
known   and   comfortable    hotel   invites  the
patronage of all old customers and the I1'1'1'10
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS
Furnnctt-licnte'l mul comfortably
fnriilNlicrt   rooniH.
FIRST CLASS MEALS   WELL  SERVED*
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor. ny a son wan born to Dr.
IteN.
. Groves, P. I., S.,of Green-
own to-day.
Gillis, of Rock Creek, wrb
ay's visitors to Midway.
number ot people from
, enjoyed Ihe fishing near
foterday.
, A. T11/.0 and (iooksnn left
'or the West Fork; They
lent about a fortnight,
iuncd last week, a silling of
Ooiil't will be held at
I to-morrow, Uflth Infct.
, Gosnell, who left. Green-
veek for Victoria, has been
secretary to Premier Duiib-
Ity
Five ur six men we
re  lni,.|y pm |„
IR, Taylor and family have
the house formerly OQCU*
|lr. D. L. Barcklay ou F if i h
general store has been
, Beaverton, nn Mrs, Thump-
Dsile by Messrs, McKay aud
Meadows, formerly of Can*
purchased the genor.il mer*
business of Messrs. Olson .V
1 Hock Creek.
Noble   is    completing   his
n Sixth street.   This will be
nvenienee us the lown w.is
•ed of a good hull,
.nurd    Norris,  government
i headquarters nt Venion,
n to-day. He is adjudicating
disputes at Beaverton.
last week a horse belonging
W. McLaine became Utiiniiti-
,1,1 dashed into   Mr. .1.  \V.
guy.   Tbe horse was not bun.
iuggy was badly damaged,
Owen, of Greenwood, hus
huige of Ihe Oakland hotel
ve his family to Midway
, D. R. Taylor, the former
is retiring from Ihe hotel
but   will continue lo make
is home.
iry Johns, manager of the
ne', Deadwood pimp, bus
r "under Ihe weather" late*
•(iiik'iiiplating taking a slim I
ip In the expectation tbat a
Ige of nir and scene will res*
o his customary good health,
jnwnod "Miner" has changed
ll.' first is-ile under the able
nt of .Mr. J, W. Grier is to
j'liiilitius a Jot of interesting
is a striking illustration of
.'nee lietween  a  newspaper
ix newspaper man and one
|th I.y a novice,
.'is are reminded lhat taxes
laid til the Collector,  Mr. <!.
nl.ly, at bis olllce, Fairview,
mt' Saturday next in order to
i' advantage of lbe lower rate.
paid liy SOth inst., Inclusive,
lhat dale have to pay the
te shown on the tax nolices.
McLugan, managing editor
anciuiver "World," pnid the
uother  visit lasl, Thursday.
ccnmpanied hy another vet-
nalist, Mr. .lames limes, ex*
Giielph, Ont.    Both gentle-
'or the East on Friday's train.
Hossland and the Crow's
line.
advices received last Sat.iu-
'd   that   Mr.   H.  Mortimer
Work on Ihe Marguerite, a Deadwood
cainp claim formerly owned by Messrs.
S, C. Brown ,,,,,1 j. p, Bm,\ of
Greenwood, and Dr, MrMarlin, of
New York and lately acquired under
bond by Mr. A. Laidlaw and others.
Mr, L, S, Moullnn-BuiTi'tLif Green*
Wood hos gone lo the Golden Fugle
mine on North Fork of fctlle Mver.
He has a large interest iu ihis valuable properly, sn he bus airangerl |„
livo ll1  •! Ino for Iwo or three
nionths, in observe its development,
Mr. I). A, Holbrook, wiih two nr
»l-r<M I. is again ot Work on  lhe
Gold Bug t'laiii', near Greenwood, 'it
will be renii'iiili.'n.d tliat. last winter
two ciirlruuls nf „fe winch returned
more l.h tn Slftl) to the ton. we're sent
from ih.. (iol.l Bug to the Trail smeller
by tho Boundary Creek Mining and
Milling Company,
Two men are prospecting the Orent.
Hopes claim, In Deadwood camp, lt
Is understood that aunther shaft is to
lie sunk, bul before this w.uk is undertaken more surface prospecting is hemic done in the expectation that ihis
Will resull in information being obtained that will prove of ulillty in determining the site for the new shaft,
Mi'.Oilberi Mahon, resident manager
for theJewel .Mines, Lld„ recently left
Long Lake camp for England, where
he will discuss with ilm directors of
tbe conipany questions connected wilh
the further development uf the Jewel
mine opd its equipment with a reduction plnllt. suitable for Ihe economical
ireatii.ent of lhe large quantity uf ore
opined up in the mine.
A large building for office and store
pin poses Is just aboui- completed al
lhe Mother Lode mine, Desks and
drawers in the oflice and much convenient shelving in the store for lbe
large quantity and variety of mine
supplies required to be kept on the
properly, nre being lilted up anil during lhe current week Mr. Arthur
Meyer, lbe mine clerk and s'nieke.-per,
will most likely be in possession. A
small Gales rock crusher, for breaking
up oro for sampling purposes, was ic-
reived at Ihe mine last Wednesday,
The crusher, which is being set up in
a building near the engine bouse, will
have sleain us its motive power and il
will materially reduce the labor of
preparing ore samples tor tile lahora
lory.
The flue or dust chamber at the 1!
C. Coppei Company's smeller, near
Greenwood, li now being airbed over
with brick on side frames of heav)
si.'mI rails tied together wilb strong
iron rods. The bricks for Ihis exteil
sive un briiof are being supplied liy
Coryell Brothers, who make them at
Grand Prairie and ship them in by
mil. The ore bins, bulb upper ami
lower, ure now about completed, ami
lhe sampling mill building, loo, is oul
of tli.'CJirpenlers' hands. A complete
furnace of Sit) tons nominal capacity
bas lieen received at the smelter and
ihe sleel for tbe lower part of the
furnace house is expected to arrive
shortly. The upper part of Ihislusi
named building will be of lumber,
framed,   The general  office for the
smelter is now being erected oil tbe
St.Hlh side of lbe rnilway, between the
residence of the company's general
manager and the Greenwood-Midway
The Hartford Ore is the Richest in
Wellington Catnp
The Hurl ford group, situate In Wellington camp, consists of six claims,
viz., Hartford, Hurl ford fraction,
Golden Crown fraction, Niil.nl>
fraction, Double Fugle fraction and
Hanger. They were all slaked by
Messrs. 11. L, Jones und John Rogers
of Grand Forks, the Hartford and
Hunger being locaied iu June, 181)5 and
it is on those | Wo claims that most, of
I he work Is being done, Oo the Hurl-
foid a vertical shnfl bus been sin k 100
feel, und at. t hut. depl h 1G2 feel of drifting has been done all In ore of excel
lent quality, samples ..f which have
given ussuys of a) per cent, copper
making it- the richest ore in tbe cump
There are also thiee oilier shafts on
lbe claim, one liS feel und Iwo olhers
each 1(1 feel, deep, all showing good
bodies of high grade ore,
On the Ranger a vertical shafl Iu.h
been sunk to a depth of HI feel, disclosing a ledge of copper ore, which also
curries good gold v.dues.
This group ol claims was bonded
Inst full by a syndicate composed of
Mr. II. N, Gnler, assistant secretary-
treasurer of lhe Granby S Iter.Qrand
Forks, nnd Mr, Wm. Fafwell, general
manager of The Eistei-ii Townships
Bank. Slierbruoke, Que., and others,
Mr. Gjiler being tbe Ineal manager,
The bond was for $36,000 casli and a
large block of stock. A payment of
of $12,250 was paid on IBlh inst, This
makes the third payment made already leaving but one more to make.
Al pio-enl a Davis horse whim is us'd
for hnisling pilrposeajhiil the company
are so well satisfied wilb Ihe pioperty
ibal. ibey bave decided lo install machinery af un early dale and as soon as
this Is done lbe Hul'lford will be a
regular shipper.
Assurance Co.
Financial   Statement,   January
1st, 1000.
ASSETS.
Municipal Bomisand liu'-ionlums..? 753,773 Hi
pvonuiient. Bonds  mil,I 23
pnilnlunof Canada I por oolit stuck 07,837 i">
HiuiIj.  l.uiii, Conipau*? uud otbei'
"Kirks  287.111 H.i
Qoiiiwuiy'B Building -. .., 0/>.i»ti nu
l-nsl Ilniid iiiid uu Dcilnslt  120,230 71
Hills limolviiblii  83,007 7JI
MorlK'iui's  3:1.550 no
bun frnm ulhiu' Coinimiiios—Ciir-
T    rum Aocuunls  187.15.5 711
InU'ii-i Hun iiiid Accrued  8.280 50
.Hli'iiii.' lliilanuos nnd Sundry Aaits. 102,70,1 JII
C A, Savvy
I
LIABILITIES.
totalis unto AAJuetniQiil	
Iliviileiiil Payable January, loon..
(12,821,7112 S.5
221,182 II5
Not Cash Assets   32,100,380 50
(Jtiplliil Siibsorlbod but nol uallooln i.ihj.iiio nn
Security to Polloy Holders $3,100,380 60
Income far tlio par cmlliiii lieu. 81,
IBB     i
s I'uid since Organisation nf
832,711 ai
Company lo Date..
..$28,71s,SS8 Jill
Board of Directors:
Itox. (U!0. A. COX. l'rosldont.
J, J. KBNNY, Vice-President,
llos. S. 0. WOOD.
Sfassus, Will']'. 11KATV. OKO, R, R. COOK-
M'llN. QKOBGE MrMrilltlUlI, Vf. U.
UBOCK, Itl.UII N, 11A1H1), JAMKS
KKBR OSBOHNB,
W. B. RICKARDS,
Agent, Midway, B. C.
At tho Sawyer Brothers livery barn will be found j
good single and double drivers, ladies' and gentle- f)
men's saddle horses, and complete  packing outfits, j
Parties to the  West Fork country  given special j
 '-• •   ''    '    5
Daily stage to Greenwood carrying passengers & Express c*s
SAWYER BROS., MYS„,,oJ
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$ and 30 years experience   to do
♦ work correctly.   .   .   .
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Dominion Day Celebration at Urceii-
wood.
Next Friday and Saturday Green*
'A'niiil will Imiil iu nil nun I relehral inn,
A urand luiici'ssinn with flouts, fancy
onstiiiiies, efct't, will start tin Friday
inortiiiii: nt halt pasl oight n'olnck, A
bi({-t'liii|ipin« contost will fnllow al
half past nini", nnd I hon tho Unit* up In
lho lunch hour will he taken up by a
number of athletic events, Several
hiirm races will bo run lifter lunch,
cmiHiieiii'liiR at one o'clock, and nt
Hve o'clock iho tno drilling contests
will take place. In the evening there
will be a dance in lhe Mannhlc Hull.
On Saturday there will be  hose races j NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
for llm ilri'iiien ut 10 o'clock |  bicycle
race* ul 11 n'clnck ; u'hb'lic spoils, for
miners only, al 11,30 *. hoi-se r.ices ul 11 -^jotioe is hereby given that tbo partner,
p. in., drilling contests, doiiblp nnd
single bunded, at So'clock and lug
war nl   7 o'elofk,    Tin' Greenwood
NOTICE.
wing retired from bnalhesfiirithe.Oak-
. I.mrt aotoli Midway, B. c. I bavo placoil
11 di'iii.-t du_ to ma with Mr. JftmcsSutJiurlaml,
Votur.v Public, of Midway, for ouUocliotl, who
in Hereby authorised to recelvt* payment of
tho satno, and give receipt.
8 I). U. TAYLOR
H-'
Furniture,
Carpets,
inoieums.ii
**t»*$<e****** «B
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and 1MRA1BRS, |
Large Stock.   Low Prices. n
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T.   'ML.   Q*tJI_i3_i3B-Sr   Ss   CO., 4
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD.    A
I The Tpavellors teraoeo Co,., j
1 ' Of Hartford. Conn. 1
J mnrmm i
PARTNERSHIP.
iiinerly of Midway, but now I "'agon roud,
Editor of tUa B. O. "Mining Wai er has been rather troublesome
ihe Su Duel mine, Ueudwood oatnpi
since lbe lend wus cut nt Ihe 200*ftml
b'Vcl, ur re|iorled in IumI week's "AD-
VANcl!." The iniuc heingequipped with
n line plan1 lbe dilllciilly K liowcver,
oulya temporary one and It is aniici-
patedthatln the course of a few days
Ihere will be an end lolhedelay cniised
by this iinexpecti'd Inrush of water
wilb its accompanying debris. Tho
miners hud by lhe end of last week
gut the crosscut cleaned out nearly up
lo wliere the ore wus met with, that it
will Impracticable tn ascertain shortly
the extent and nature nf the new Hnd.
The ore.taken out before the water
drove the inineis out of Ihe working is
quite unlike anything else round in
the neighborhood, its copper conte.uls
being lower and its gold values higher,
so far as tested, than the typical Dead*
wood camp oro. A shuft is being sunk
on Ihu drown Silver, adjoining the
Sunset and owned by the same company, und occasionally ore is encountered, The llldlcal inns here are staled
to he promising that with u little u
depth this property will open up '" >
Hutlsl'uclory manner.
•Victoria, was, at. the lime tlie
Is writ ten, very ill iu the bos*
Jtluit. city, It wus hoped,
filial lie would soon besudli-
ovori'd to allow of his short-
[im; bis business duties. Ilia
'"dsIn the Boundary district
leslly wish thut he may speedier.
law to nuthorize the extension
|iui1uries of the Municipality
ity of (ireenwood no as to lake
'joining town of Anaconda
Thursday    submitted    to
fntltled   to   vote   upon   it
voled   down.    A   strong
[ai to the proposed Inclusion of
fa within the city miinicipul
|ad  been  aroused by leading
of tlie project and,  as it
Jed,  With  a successful  result
l«ir point, of view.  The vote
for and 01! against tlio law
' by-law, to authorize tho bor-
|of m,lWl for expenditure on
P'provoineiits, was carried hy
'or to 20 against,
IHEY BROKPrjAIL,.
Isoners Leave the (Ireenwood
Ik-up During the Night.
me dining H'riday night four
who were sojourning at tlie
|>"d  lotk-iip,  were successful
PK their escape.   Two of Ihem
Is Murphy and Elwood were
Jal Camp McKinney, charged
J-klnglnlo the St. Louis hotel
lace und were awaiting speedy
lie other two  were O'Brien
Dillon, two boys charged -Villi
Bui's from II, A. King k Oo.
|P still in the lock-up al a bile
" iduy night lint, when Olllcer
I'isil-ed Ihepluee about live
inturdiiy   morning he found
flids bud flown,
pnnershiid received ussistunce
tslde asa brace uml h|| hml
lo   bore their  way put
' Mil,   It Is supposed Ihe
' the line and are now In
jptcs territory,
Brass Band will play sel eel ions nu
both dnys. Exclusion rates ou tbe
Onluinbia k Western Railway huve
been arranged for and a large crowd
is ex peeled I o come ill from Nelson,
Rossland, Grand Forltsand way poinls.
Midway will, of cnm*e, send us stioog
u ri'|irisenlatinii us possible and every
vehicle, hul'se und wheel iiVftllabl" will
be pressed Into service on that occasion.
 ,*4	
Canadian's Plucky Act.
A letter received ut Winnipeg from
Sprlngfonteln says that Sergeant McLeod, of the Royal Uanadlaii Dragoons,
who went out with the second ('una-
diun contingciit, while out scotttiugi
single bund- d, captllt'ed two Boers und
sixteen head of cattle, This worthy
achievement wus brought io Ihe notice
of Lord Rohertsi who personally complimented the brave sergeant.
_—.».	
The Canadians' Share.
Lord Roberts—Is the artillery in position ?
Subordinate—It is, General.
Lord Rnherts—Is everything in read-
\|OTb
■ 1 slilp liurehifore existing between Jm
.11. Lynch nml ll MclJuJi'. Hotolkoopsrs, nt
f!i'limp McKliini'v. H.C, uti'l.T ttm linn Damn
■if Lynch & MoDuir,lia»thisilttyhoon.ltS6olvcil
hy -iiii- mil consent, the sulil Jjiinis M. Lynch
rotlrUig thui-cf com.
Tho business "ill be eonllnuotl by (hesaid
I>. McUiiir, who assumes nil u-sets uud liu-
hililios,
JAMES M. LYNOH.
I). MoDUFi".
I luted this I5lh ihly ul Mny. IWO.
NOTICE.
PAYS nftcr ilntc I Intend tnnpplytn
the Chief t'oininlssionei' nf Lund* nlid
;s fjr pcrmlssloii to purooese 320 acres of
1. ml ns follows: Commending at n point oil the
Null, bunk ol the Hlniilkamtjen Itiver, tliouec
N'ortll lu chains to South boundary of Indian
Reserve No. S, tJhttc.liwiiyhn; tlienee along -aid
boundary *i chains cast : thenee South in
eliiuiiR iilnng West hnundui'y lino of Indian
Itescrvc; thenee Wesl UU chains to boundary
eoinnioiieeiiient, nnd containing 'Jj.11 ueres more
or less.
This nolleo was pustcd on tht) lllth day of
Jinn', 1W0.
Sp C. K, OLIVER, Applicant.
v!l   Ciiultoi'fd 1883,
2S     Stock Life .-ind
' i     Accident Iiisiirniiec.
Z ISSUES  the. best life insurance        ASSETS	
tu i   contracts in the world,   No , ,.
<& ,. i-    i    i January ist, 1897,
itz disiippointiueul as 10 uivitlenrts. J S-o S8j.f *''
16 Rvefything   guaranteed in  ud- " ' W
« vaiiee.   Premium rates 15 lo S!5    j  [.(ABILITIES, .. 17,920,260.39 *
a, percent less than  (hose of old ij/
P*
line Mul ual coiupanies,
»
SURPLUS    .... 2,976,414.36  Hi
xl)
W
9
(V  TheTraVellei8 Combination Accident Policy guarantees foraccidental  v«
j        . • 1 . • i'l
under ortlmnry conditions, jy
Ilenlb Hencllt
?,i(*ii   ;    Loss of Uigllt Hand
$2,811
HI
jus of Sight of Hoih Eyes . ,000 i Loss of Log at or above Knee . ,.'.Jit"i W
Loss of Both Feet or Both Hands 6,0M i Loss of Wl Huuil . . . l.'"-" «
I.OSS of One linml ami One Fout   5.0M  !    Loa. of Kb her Foot l.i*"'  a
Perniaiient Toinl Jiisubil ty
Ln« of sight of One 1 ye
NOTICE.
Sixly days after date I intend to
pply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to
nitciiiise 100 acres nf unoccupied unreserved crown lauds, viz.: Ooinmeneing
ut ii post nt S. W. cornel' post Lot
IDUSQi, on the bunk of Similkameen
Kiver, thence North 20ohaiiis,tlienca
Wesl 80 chains, ihence soul It 31 chains
the   Similkninceii    Diver,   thence
» Lirnits of   Weekly  Irjdeirinity $1,300,          <*
J| ANI), If sitch injuries aVe sustained while riding as a piissengct' in  iii
Sl any passenger conveyance using steam, cable,   or  electricity as n  *jj
* motive power the amount to ho paid shall be.DOUBLE the sum J|
1 specified in the clause under which the claim is made. (j
| *•
* Cost $52 a yeak to Professional and Business $
<» Men,and Commercial Travelers. %
iii in
f Other sums at proportionate rates                                     |
I ^ST. WEL K'oanDds,                |
J AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BlUTISil COI.DMDIA, MIDWAV 11 O.  %
* *
*090**m***********%&9999999Qi>9V&$§m$Z9&***********
me
ss, and has there been any change ,,ii,ng the'Silnilkameen Kiver to poinl
in lbe position of the enemy l
Subordinate—Everything is in rei
iuess, and the enemy is still mas:
heavily on our froni.
Lotd Roberts—Then order the Canadians forward.—Chicago Tribune,
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway
Company -Change of Time.
HITceiivr Sunday, dune 8rd. The
Spokane Fulls k Nnrtbern will change
Iimi" and inaugurate new service as
follows :
Day train wilt leave Spokane 10:B5 h.
in,, arrive Nelson, ibmi p.
f commencement, and containing UHi
acres more or less.
Tliis notice wus posted up on  the
llib day of May, 11X10.
A. F. PROCTOR.
RICH STRIKE ON THE J.   ANI) R.
A   Wellington  Camp   Property  of
Ureal Importance.
arrive
lore! Rossland 618O p. 111.1 »III leave Nelson
0:80 am., leave Hossland 12:05 p.m.,
arrive Spokane, 7:10 p. in.
Niltlit, train (new service) will leave
Spokane 0:46 p. in., arrive liossland
ll.HIIa, in.: will leave Hossland llilKlp.
nn, ai'Hve Spokane 7:03 a.m.
(ireiii. Northern standard sleeper
will bo attached to tho nighl trains.
II, A. JACKSON,
(||, General Passenger Agent.
During the past week it rich strike
was umde on the J. & •!■ '-I"111''" w"''
lington camp a O'foot ledge of bigb-
gradeore, similar to thai of lbe Hold-
en Crown and Winnipeg, was uncovered,   Tliere nre also a number of
smaller lends Ihe exl tot which has
not yel been ascertained, Four mon
(ire now nt work on I he proporty doing
Surface work. The .t, & R.I; owned bj
Messrs. II. L. .limes, John H'W''1' ''
\\. Dlller, L. Ostroskl and Doimy
Moib1.11 (Aa two tanner owning a tall
,ntere8t, 11, is now being orown
granted,
BUSINESS LOCALS.
101! puiNTINd-Het your printing
done al Tun ADVAN0M ofllCOi (.nod
work) reiisoiiable prices,
ITJST  KKt'lOIVKP   Homi'thlng neat
" n Cards and Hall
grammes, at
iivitutinii Cards and Hall I'ro
"   TUB ADVANOB Office.
TO LET, tbe eoltuge neirtlie School
lliinsc  recenllv  occupied   liy Mr.
I) (1, Monro.   Kent S7 per month,
li, JACOBS,
®m    SEND ^w
fi . to
$1 The Advance
m
Wm      To Your Friends.
"z if^ Subscription ti a year   .
(OTJSffig »r Ji lor «l« months.  gS^SJ
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ARMSTRONG HOTEL.
H. KEYES, Prop.
Oood Accommodation,
Bos. Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG   B.C.
Commercial Job Printing.
AT "THK ADVANCE,"
£& MMway Horse Pasiere, Jfef §|
i)a^^__E, "k^~»;_i__au*
T. M. GRAVES, Prop.
Pack ar\d Saddle Horses for   Sale.
If yon hnve lost 11   horso,   sontl mo the brnml nml if is in tho
country it Will 1)0 found,
TERMS   FOI!   PASTURING   $3,00   PER MON'TII.
Single horses delivered in Midway, ifj'i.lill per iiiniiib.   Two or more, delivered
in Mldwuy, each $1 pec uioiith,
—-n—TW-—™'-"-——**""-■*'— -'-' — ' '-"■     -.iffc^wf,^»««.-. r._™c^*,^-n&W
FALLS HOTEL...
THOS. WAKE
PROPRIETOR.
The  hotel   is  ernlrally  loeaied and is a slopping place   Ior  slug, liner
Good fishing in lhe vicinity.   Good stabling.
A vii'-iety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar
SITUAT151) AT
-   -  BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
THE.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City  Boundary Greek, B, C.
We have opened Ihe above hotel at Greenwood t-lly, aim are prepared
lo welcome guests and provide good nccoinmiidiiliiiii. Good Catering. I'irst
class Livery Stable,
J W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR tt
Certificate of  Improvements. Certlflcate  of improvements
1
XStoOAao.
Cori'uii Kisii Minkiiai. Claim.
Situate in the Osoyoos Wining Division of
Yalo  district.    Where   located:- On
Krusor Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK, Hint I, Chas. do B.
Groon us agonl for Spencer Cosens,
fruil ininer's ceitillenlu No, nJiMil. Intond,
sixty days froe. tlio dato hereof, to
nnplv to tlio Mining Itooordor for a Oorllfloato
uf Improvomonts, [or tho purpose of obtaining
n Crown Qranl of the alio vo claim.
Anil further lake notice Ilml nclion. uniler
seelliin :ii. must  lie cmuineneeil   before the
Issuiince of sueli t'ertilleule of linprou'inents.
liutod UiIb llth day of April, HMO.
CHAS. iii-ll.tiltKKN.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
JTOTIOU.
Tun Sunny Bidk Minkbm. Claim.
Sltuato ln tho Kettlo Rlvor Mining Division Of
Yale Dlstriot. Whoro looatod:-Near to
Eholt Creek, (formerly culled Prior
Creok,) lying partly upon nnd northerly
of and adjoining Lot 252, Township 79.
TAKK NOTICK Unit I, William Graham
MoMyim, froe miner's oortifloato So.
U«H, intend, sixty days from (lie diilo hereof.
to upply to tho Mining llccnrdoi' for a Cortlfloato nf Improvement*, fnr the purposo of ob-
Uiinlng a Crown Grant of the nbove cliibn.
Andfiit'ther take nolleo Ilml ael Ion, miner
soclion 'At. must be coiunu'iiced before Ihe
Issuiince of such Cortllluatnnf linpruvoincnts.
Dated tliis 271 b day of Maroh, IlKKl.
WILLIAM GltAHAM MeMYNN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certiflciite   of Improvements. Oertiflcnte   of  Improvements.
NOTIOB.
NOTICB.
MlCAWllKK MlNKKAl, CLAIM,
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division
or Yale District. Whoro Located: Krugor
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK Ihnt I, Ohas, DoBlols Groon
na ngonl for ('. H. AruudoU free miner's
oortlfloato No. 08182 a, Intond. sixty ilnys
from tlio dato horoof. to apply to tlio Mining
'leeoriler for n Cortllicftto of ImprovomonU.for
the purpose Dl oblaining a Crown (inuil of tlio
abovo olalm.
And furl hei Hike notloo Ilml nclion, uniler
section 87, inu-t bo commonood liefore  the
lsmionoo of such (lortltloal o of Improvomonts
ilatcd this 171h day of April. A. D. IMI.
CIIAS. Hull. (IKKKN'.
WHITE KNIGHT MINERAL CLAIM.
Sltuato In tho Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.  Whero looated i On Krugor Mountain.
TAKK NO! 1CK tlmt 1, Clms. doBlols Green,
uclingns Rgont, fnr Frank 11. W.il-
lnstuu, freo minor's ccililleaie No. 2SJ8,
intend, sixty days from the dale horoof, lo
apply to tbo Mining Itummlor for u Cortiflcato
of IinprovoinoiilH, fiii'thn purpose of obtuiuiug
ii Orown Urnnt nf lhc above olalm.
And further lake noliee that nclion. under
section 117, must  be commenced beforo tho
Issuance of such Certiltcute of Improvements.
Datod this 12lh day of .Iniio, IWO.
7c CHA.S. deB- GltKEN.
MinersUAct 1896.
Certificate bf Improvements.
WOTICE.
Like vikw ash Oiiusst Mineral Claims.
Situate  In thc Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District,   Where located : On Kruger Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK tlmt 1, Chns. dell. Groon,
as agonl for Benjamin Anderson free
minor's ccrlitlenle No. nihil, and H, A.
Boworman free miner cortiflcato No. it.1711,
Intend, sixiv days from lhc date mscopf, lo
apply lo tho Milling Recorder lor n Cortlfloato
of Improvomonts, tor tbo purposo of oblaining
a Crown Grant of I lie nbove claims.
And furthor take notico Unit action under
Booliou 37 must bo oommeneod before the issu-
mice .if sin h t'ertillcati' of Improvomonts.
Diitod Ihis Kill day of Jlarcli, 1WII.
CIIAS. nnll.GUKKX.
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certiflciite  of   Improvements.
NOTICK
OPULENCE MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where  located:   Keremeos Creek.
TAKK NOTICE Ihnt 1, Chas. doBlols Green,
as agent for A. .1. MoDougall, free
miners certificate No, uaSiil, intend sixty .lavs
from tho date hereof. 10 apply to tho Milling Ro-
oordorfor a certificate of Improvomonts, for the
purpose of put_ltlng a Crown Granl of lhc
above claim.
And.furthor tako noliee tlmt action, under
section 87, must lie oommeneod boforo the
issuance of such eertilleale of improvements.
Dated this Mb day of June, 1000.
7c CIIAS. UKllbOlS GRKKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements
Notice
KciJAiioit Minkhal Claim.
Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yalo  District.   Where  located:  Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTIOB thnt I, Chas. do 11. Green,
as agent for Duncan Donnld, free
miner's certirteate Xo. nitiZXAx, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to tho
Mining llooorder for a Cerlillcate of Improvements for tlm purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of lhe ahove claim.
And further take notice that action, under
nection 117, must lie commenced bofore the
issuance of such Certificate nf Improvements.
1 lalod I his 12th day of .1 une. 1IKKI.
7c CHAS. del). GltKKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTIOB.
St. John Minekal Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where locatod;   Camp
Fairview,
TAKK NOTICK Ihut I, Robert Story Hall,
as agent for Kdward Cook, freo miner's
certificate No. 1)20,671, Jind Charles Nelson, free
miner's ccililleaie Xo. 1193, inlcnd, sixly days
from lhc date hereof, lo apply to tho Mining
Recorder for a Cortiflcato of Improvements,
for Ihe purpose of ubtaining a Crown Grant of
the abovo claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced beforo the issu-
nnco of such Cortitlcnte of Iniproveinonl-s.
ROBF.RT STORY HALL.
Dated this llth day of. May, 1000.
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WAGON AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
Bepairing
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
Eg' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
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Beautifully situated at the eontance of Boundary Creek and Kettle R«,
WILL BE 'rhc most iniPoi'iant railw:iytown 'n tllc Kcttle River Milling Division'
The Western Terminal and Divisional point of the Columbia & Western Railway.
The Wholesale Supply and  Manufacturing centre of the  Kcttle River and Boundary
Creek Districts.
The distributing   point for   Upper   Kettle River,  West   Fork  alul Camp  McKinney
•nining camps.
The nearest Railway town to Republic,  Meyers   Creek,  Palmer Mountain and  other
Northern Washington mining camps,
The   leading residence town   in   the   country, with an excellent   climate,  pure water
supply and favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
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surroundings, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families.   Try it.
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Apply to
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R. H. PARKINSON.
Provincial Lund Surveyor.
\M/   Architect and
___. Civil Engineer...
Financial',
IJeal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Ayept.
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Oorrespondonee Solicited.
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MIDWAY.B.C.
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per week
Nurses Bjnt into the Country nt the
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uiineiiiiite J.llcnlion.
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Just a Word!
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FEET. PRICES SEASONABLE.
For terms and all other information apply to
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Midway, B. C. Camp McKinney, B. C.
Railway (
Nelson
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