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|I, No. 20.
MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17.
1000.
$2.00 per Year.
)LSON,
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iNCIAL AGENT
,N„ MINIMI BROKER.
NNEY, B.C.
. Mathison,
 _: DENTIST.
HLOCK   -   ORBBNWOOD.
B.O. SHAW.
Illett & Shaw
BTERS, SOLICITORS,
|-*«lnrlc< Public.
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Itolford HoKelU's, Moreing &
deal's, Lalbor's.
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DOMINION NOTES.
Canada Will Be Represented at
the Pan-American Exhibition.
Steamer   Seized   Fatal  Accident nt
flinnednga -   Manitoba's New
l.iculenant-tioveriior.
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(OITH UK KOCK ORBIX
Ai".mmiii>ation   roa III ijsis.
■00D STABLING
Hoi I KKIiiiiKiin Kottlo lttvi'i-. «f
(AS. H. BUSH,
ERAL BLACKSMITH
HORSE SHOEING
A  SPECIALTY.
Ms ol work exocutod tr,
patisfaction of customers.
TY BAKERY,
Wm, Si. Qutntin, Prop.
1'I.AIX AN'll KANCY
1*0, PASTRY, CAKES, ETC.
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K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
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QBBF.MU1 fON. PORK .j-J'; VEAL.
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All Hi.. Manitoba election prtilest?,
lil"l  itiniiths ugo,  have  dean  witli-
lll-.HVII,
li Is said nt Winnipeg that the remaining llOlldj mi llii' iSiilltlll'iislcrn
U lilw.iy have heen paid over to Mensrs,
Muck li/.ii- k Mann,
S.-iniiii'l Ailiiiisuii, nrXi'|.|iawii, Man.,
and lii- brother Thomas, on a vi-ii
from Musk ku, were struck by attain
and killed near Minnedo*a.
Qeorge S. Glutton, manager nf the
city jujiI county loan association of
Toroiiio, lins illsappeat'i'd, He is alleged to have heen short in his accounts,
Alexander „ ng, who shotand kilinl
une lijui'ii|,iiii ,ii White Horse Rapids,
uuist ni.'ni Djiu.-ujii City on October
2ud, ji cumtuutation of sentence having
been li'tuseil.
The Cunners syndioate bus heen
granted an exiensiou of time hy lhe
Harbor Cnminissioners of Montreal to
coinnieuce work on tbe construction of
elevators there.
A inui mimed Hare, serving an IX
months' sentence for theft, declares
thul the Uuelph Herald accused bim of
murder, and issuing the paper for libel.
Mr. Justice MacMahon is bearing the
in: i- al Barrie.
The steamer ,1. W. Moore has been
sci'/.il near Ainherslbtirg for damage*
for the sinking of the schooner .1.
Richards opposite Walkerville, Tbe
captain of iii' Moure iuiihI turnish
hondsfor   -."fi.
In-. M i-i--.-.m, a graduate of Queen's
University, Kingston, bus been np-
pointed luiiise surgeon of the Now
Viu-k Polyclinic Hiispil i. There were
over 5U applicants from tbe United
State   un11 ui. uii.
Mililin orders have lieen is-ueil pro-
vidhig Ibal .'..-iii.ini officers, after four
yens' servile, will he granted an iu-
i... enfpiiyal theruteof twenty-five
ei, • per diem. Allowanc for drill
instructi n Is increased from ,s2iitii $|n
per annum.
Count Liiiniv. ..' Montreal, who wus
arrested in Chic ..j" a il extradited
Mime iniiiitiis ago un tbe charge nf Is
s'ling forg.d paper on ih   Merchants'
II,uk of Canada, bas 1 n found (toil
iy. Sentence wl li deforred owing
in the delicate state of the Countess'
health,
The Canadian K ■nne! Cluh has de*
, ided tn protesl tn the Provincial Gov-
i i iiiin.'iiis against the inclusion of reg-
iiieil dogs, which they claim nre
.ilwuy-i kept uiuler control, in the
heavy Uxation because of the des*
iiiietiiin irmughl hy dogs, At ji meet'
iug in Tomnui recently Rev, .1. \V.
I'liiiti'ti. Victoria, ll. C„ wus elected
vice-president.
Hon, Sydney Fl*ber says tbat, while
th • Canadian Gov
tend to    'ke uny
American Exhibition ai Buffalo nexi
summer, stil . his department will give
every assistance  to exhibitors from
PROVINCIAL NEWS.
CANADA'S  SOLDIERS AGA'N.
The Everett Case Agaln---Van-1 Canadians are Receiving Grf-st
couver Men Receive Patents.
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Beg| Llqnoi.and Olgars,
Kirsi-ciuNs Stabling,
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piereial Job Printing,
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® \i\\\i I'liiiiiiry. Two iigi-nta huve been
appointed in I'iiiiiidaf..i ll-e Kxliibilinn.
Ihey are Mr. Orant Henderson, al
\ iincnuver, and Mi-. Qeorga Uameron,
al London.
.Toscph Murdnck, a prisoner at the
C ninii Prison, Toronto, bus been released before hia time had expired he
rans" eeiii.in piipers ilid nol reach the
insiiiiiiii.ii in lime, Mnrdock ww cou
vieted at llagewville of bringing llqtioi
,n the Indiiui reserve and gol six
months In the Central, He appealed
againm lhe sentenne, and JudneStreet,
wbo heard the ingiiinent, Instead of or
ilpring iii"  prisoner's release,  added
iin  mouths l ' ib" sentence.   Some
,me failed in forward to the warden
the papers eoiitaiiiin ,• the judge's Hnd
iug, nuil ihe prisoner ronaequently gol
unt when the original sentence had
expired.
Col, li), 11. McMillan, who bus jnsl
been appointed to the Lieutenant Gov
ernot'ship of Mai lloha, enjoys lbe
iloulde distinction of heing as nealons ji
soldier us bo is a fitjitcainiin, He nun
iiieneeil His military career jis un oili
en- in nne nf I be Provisional H-illalions.
nerving nn tl"' Niagara frontier In 1861,
Loprevenl uny f petitions, nt- oil pi
ed repetitions, of the St. Alban'srnid.
Ills next service win. during tlie Kentan
iiniiiiles of 1800. und linn again he
wrvetl In Wols"ley's lied Rlverexpedl
lion of 1870. Hul this was nnt till, for
ilm Ni'i'ihw'st rebellion broke mil In
1885 he was again to lhe fore and went
through ihe whole of that campaign,
lie   Weill's   Ilie   llenel'.ll Seiviee III' dill
uitli twn eliiKps. anil also thul for tbe
Siiilbue.-i rebellion.
Japs Arrested for Having; Fraudulent
Naturalization   Papers   in Their
Possession   Diamond  Smuggler Released   li. C. Vol*
unteer Coming Home.
E, Senkler, Gold Commissioner, says
that the Yukon royally will be reduced
by one half after the present clean-up,
Victor Giloiore, who was arrested ut
SkiiKway a year ago on the charge of
Muuggliiig diamonds, bus been released
and the stones returned to bim as tlie
charge could not be proven.
A Toronto press despatch states that
Private Greaves, of the l'ifih Regiment 0. A., British Coliiniliia, Is among
tin. list of invalided Canadians who
Bailed from Liverpool last Thursday
for Quebec,
The Provincial Oovernnient has
caused the arrest of several Jups with
friidiilcnt naturalization papers in their
possession, They will be prosecuted
in an utteinpt to prove the statement
tluit wholesale frauds were perpetrated
in this respect.
The Rossland Record says: Among
the visitors in Rossland recently wus
Mrs. \\ illiani J. Harris, of Spokane,
who was accompanied by her daughter.
Mrs Harris has just tiled a fourth complaint against her husband, who is suing for a divorce, in which she asks for
Simi.lKlt) damages alleged to have been
sustained ill the handling of the Le
Hoi mining stock. She alleges that
she was the owner in her own name of
1I,7IH) shares of the stock, pur value $5.
She alleges that ber husband sold the.
stock at *8.7ri, aggregating $122,600,
in addition i" collecting ,$7,5<»l dividends, converting the whole amount
to bis own use. She admits that, she
signed an agreement, hut claims that
she did so under great mental und
physical strain. She usks judgment
for $180,000 with interest.
Col. Dudley, United Slates consul at
Vancouver, visited Grand Porks recently for the purpose of obtaining a
j record of the proceedings in the preliminary hearing of the case nl Everett,
an American citizen, for highway robbery. Everett is now sen g a term
ill Kamloops. He is renewing his efforts to obtain his release nn the
ground of the alleged illegality of his
surrender by an American officer to
the Canadian authorities, Everett, II
will he remembered, lied across the
line Iii Republic wliere he was arrest hi I
for an alleged offence committed In the
United States. He was never brought
to trial on this charge, but instead ii is
alleged he was hustled across the boundary into Canada, without the. formality of extradition proceedings. The
Incident has been the subject of communications between the Dominion
und United Stated Governments.
During the month of June the following patents were granted to residents of Vancouver! J. S. Povah,
■I,.,, Jem does not in. I Vancouver, folding seat, In this device
exhibit al the I'jii.-'11'" inventor meets , wan which is
frequently felt In churches, concerl
halls, eie., when an unusual attendance
renders it necessary to Hnd seating accommodation In the passages, Chairs
nre cumbersome lo Rtore, and awkward lo remove at Ihe conclusion, during the exit of un audience. The seats
introduced by Mr. Povah are attached
to the wull.and when not in use fold up
OUI of lbe way, (lush within the light
framework to which they are attached,
Tbey have been adopted in Sl. Andrew's church in that city, and have
proved very satisfactory, while their
i ost is trilling. L, 0, Pink, well known
to mining men in Vancouver, bas si-
cured a patent on a machine for wash.
ing, screening und recovering gold
from the gravel of our river bars and
benches. The device is well adapted
for gold dredging machinery, hs it is
designed lo deal wilh large quantities
of dirt iii ii very efflolent manner, ('.
B, M.-inseli, of Vancouver is the Inventor of u horse hitching device whieh is
extremely simple, cheap and efficient ;
bul ils general use will probably deprive the public of the excitement
whieh a runaway usually affords. A.
Russell und I'. I. Cunningham, Van
couver, hnve Introduced another folding bed. This device eii'ibles the bed
to be readily varied in width and
length, rn- folded up compact tor travelling, It is understood that arrangements are being made for its manufacture iu the city. V. S. Murlure, of Vic-
torin, inl induces a bank cheque book.
It consists of en amplification of the
customary stub of the cheque whereon
noi only ihe standing at the bank ts
shown, bnl being provided with columns,   "ledger   folio,"   the  niiiounls
Praise for Their Noble Wori.
ln the Transvaal.
Agents Appointed to Look After li.i)
Sick and Wounded  The   Great
Work  of a   Detachment   nf
Canadian Mounted Infantry   Will Come Home
by England About
November 1st.
On July 18th Col, Lessiird.i'iiiniti Hiding the second Canadian contingent,
received the following letter frnui Hie
officer commanding the Princess Vie*
tni-ia Hoyul Irish Fusiliers :
"In the few words I spoke to you It
night at the funeral of your twn V I'V
gallant officers I am afraid I fared i i
convey the deep gratitude  niy regi'
ment owes to the 1st Canadian M ut
ed Hides for their gallantry In go ntf
so nobly und fearlessly to the buccoi ■ '
our beleaguered detachment ul, \Vi i
poort yesterday.   The counter iiitaea
ynur regiment made occurred at s ne.-t.
critical moment, und It doubtless save I
iniinv of the lives of om  detaehm n •
We deplore greatly lhe losseji you hit  n
sustained, und we shall ever lie.'
grateful memory the gallantry u 11
self-sacrifice of the 1st Canadian Mourned Rifles on this occasion, I shall dee-.,
it a great favor if ynu will kindly convey to your officers, N. ('. O.'a and men
the purport of this letter.   (Siguedl
John Reeves, Colonel commanding'2ml
Battalion Princess Victoria Royal Irish
Fusiliers."
Secretary llodgetis of the Red Cm i
Society received the following cahl"•
gram frnm Cape Town recently : "11 ix
well looked after i agents all along th t
line, (Signed I. BlggiU'.-" The inessng '
is from Major liiggar, who ossuiii'-d
Col, Ryerson's Work in South Africa,
und means that a chain of agents li is
been arranged from the fro*nt to Cape
Town, who will look after the wound, d
nrsick Canadians as they journey lo
the capital of Cape Colony.
Lord Roberts reports from Belta-t,
under date of Wednesday, September
nth, us follows :
"Ian Hamilton traversed Dubstrooui
vest 'i*day with jiligbl opposition,
Uniler engaged the enemy's left tbis
morning ; Hamilton is endeavoring to
turn his right,
Hours, with two guns and on,' pompom, this mnruing attacked 125 Canadian Mounted Infantry, guarding t be
railway between Pan anil Wondeis-
fnnlein. Mahon proceeded to th.-i'
assistance, bin. the little garrison hud
beaten olT tbe enemy before he arrived.
It, was a very creditable performance,
The wounded were Major Handers and
Lieutenant Moodie, slightly, and two
men.   Six men ure missing."
Lieutenant-Colonel Higgar, 11, A. A.
(",., who assumed Colonel Ryerson's
work in Smith Africa, hod an exciting
experience while journeying from Cape
Town to Pretoria a few weeks ago
He was on the train conveying Unit 1
States Consul Stowe to Pretoria when
it was wrecked by Hours under Commandant Theron, In a recent letter
he says th it when within 20 miles of
Kronnstodt the train was held up bv
Boers, The time wus 1 o'clock in lbe
morning, while ull were asleep. The
Boer method was to run the engine oil
lo a siding, throw the switch over and
upset two cars, thus effectually stopping the train, and (hen lire on every
truck containing men. As the private
cur was supposed In carry the British
General and his suiir, it Buffered most,
and was riddled wit h bullets. Colonel
Higgjir wus iu the middle compartment
with Lord Lennox, Military Beoretury
to Sir Alfred Milner. and Dr. Wilson,
anil thinks that he may have nw. -1 h -
escape from injury to the fact of I. -
pulting out the lamp in biscoinna ■■
nienl, while the other members of tin!
party burned theirs. The Boer con.
inaiider told Iheni afterwards that his
men had tiled the lights as tatgets.
Several shots passed close to Colonel
Higgar, hut be escaped uninjured,
Major llurdman, commanding "D"
Battery, writes: "All tho Canadians,
are to go home via England, At first
nnly u few were to Iw sent frntn each
unit, but, us fur us "D" Battery is coin
cerneil, when I was asked to report on
the numher to be sent, I replied that,
all were to he sent via Kngland, nr
none, iiiid the next morning, on the
inarch, Gen. Hamilton came up to ine
and said, 'I see you all want to gn III
England?' Irepliid, 'Yes, sir j ull or
none,' and then I explained that it was
on our Way home, und I thought nil
Canadians should be sent that way.
After talking with Gen, Cunningham
and his siutT, he said he would recommend to Lord Roberts thai all the Can*
adiuns be sent by England, und 1 was
told bv one of Lord Roberts' stuff lhat
drawn may be posted direct from the we are ull lii gn tn England, sii I expect
.tub 111 the ledger, thus saving work In j it will he the middle of Oclober or the
ii'igitiul elltry hooks, I first of November before wegethoin*." W-'
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SiiliHivi'iiiiui I'iie. ?imv--i- annum, payablu
u  .hj.in'c,oiilur yowl) or linlf-yoarly at. Uie
option ef tlie subscriber.
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SEPTEMBER 17, mm.
A press despatch from Republic,
Wash,, states thai lho corporailon papers were filed iviiit iii untyauditor
there by the Hi public c. Kettle River
Railway i impany, f i' tbe purpose of
hulldin ra Iway from Republic to
the international boundary line near
lhe postofflce ut Nelson, Wash. The
capital stock is $1,1)00,1X10, divided into
10,000 shares of the par value of iHKX)
em b The i iisteos are (.'. J. McCuaig,
", i real Warner Miller, New York :
.. A.it, Montreal ; H. (I, E,
tii ! . . Ili'lluhan, A. P. Burleigh,
of Republic ; and .1. 0. Ralston, ofSpo-
kam it is thought tbat the compuny
intends to oonuect with the Canadian
Pacific uml run into Urand Korks.
The road will be of the standard gunge.
Surveyors ure now on the ground locating a route, Warner Miller mid It.
li. E, l.'ikio are president and vice-
president respectively,
The last legislative assembly bus
mude tbe following very important
changes in the Mineral Act, The Acl
is amended by inserting the following
as section S thereof i- "8. Every person
who mines for any minerals for his own
solo use and benelit. on any Crown
Land* in the Province of British Colunihia without having taken out and
obtained a free miner's certlflcate,
shall, on conviction thereof In a summary way, forfeit and pay a penalty
nol exceeding Iwenly live dollars, besides cosls."
Another pi0vision is mude that upon
Ihe failure of any one of several co-
owners to contribute his proportion of
the expenditure required by section il
of this Act, the co-owner or co-owners
who have performed the labor or made
tiiu expenditure may, at the expiration
of the year, give such delinquent co-
owner notice by publication in u news
paper published and circulating in the
division in which thn claim is sit tinted,
or In the absence of such local paper,
in the one nearest thereto, for at least
once a week for ninety days, and if at
the expiration of the ninety days of
publication such delinquent should fail
oriefiise to contribute his proportion
of the expenditure required by said
section 21, together with all costs of
advertising, his interest In the claim
shall become vested in his co owners
who have made the required expenditure.
The New Westminster lacrosse team
is well deserving-fall the praise they
are receiving in Eastern Canada, and
British Columbia Is justly proud of her
boys for Hie way they have distinguished themselves in lho East. Theirre
markahle achievements are not due to
any want of competency on the part of
Ihe Eastern players, They were all
good iii**n. luu, the members of the
New Wesliniiistet team were just a
' »i. Tbe Toronto Telegram,
b.if of on. champions, says :
• '■ ■ i'Jiinjii, nship of Cnada
" ■ n isi   i bampli nship of
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asKeii ny ine missiau ihih-in,,,--,.. -•■
supply 7,(100 cut I Icon It"' hoof nl Pekill.
Mr. Armour is now organizing a fleet
of transports al San Francisco In which
to ship this immense amount of cattle
and meals to Chiini. He bus chartered
the Argonaut ships of the Alaskan
seas, and an option bus been asked on
every boat in the carrying trade from
San Francisco to Seattle.
Every duy the Armour company
buys enough cattle in the inaikets of
America to fill this Russian order.
Within three days lhat many export
cattle, fatted to a king's taste, could be
bought by the firm in Chicago yards
alone. Thev could be purchased for
instant shipment in the pens throughout WeBtern stock inaikets. Where
i|,e trouble comes is in gettinga'flotilla
of cut lie-ships big enough to '.'any
7,000 beeves on the hoof from Sun
Francisco to the Orient, There are
mil enough hoots to he found on the
Pacific coast, To move such a fleet,
once ii is obtained, with its cargo of
ll.lXKl.tXX) pounds across the Pacific
Ocean, will he a feat unparalleled even
hy the "old man of lhe markeis." If
It is not accomplished It will be the
flrst lime that Ihe greatest trader in
the world ever received an order lhat
was too big for him,
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Boer
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Taken by MR. BENNETT
SAN FORD, of the Warwick
Trading Company War Staff,
now with the British forces in
South Africa.
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AND SOO LINE.
FAMOUS
Imperial
Limited
Daily Fast Train.
Tlio only dlrooli route to ami fnun
Kettle River and Boundary Creek
Districts.
M'KSTIIIUNll I1AI1.Y TRAIN IUSTIIII1 Ml
Uavo SI0AMOUS JOT. MJ
1,00
J. L. 1 hKKY'S STORj
Seventh Street, and sec
our stock of
Men's,   Youths'  and   Boys'
m
At Bed Rock Prices.
Also  a   Fine Line   of   Millinery
Being  Opened.
Sui]
Goods
B.M
t'oiiiiiH'.iIng Summer leavoa Pontiotott \
Tiu'mliiys, 'i'liiii-wluj-s. Saturday!    l
OotinortingStownor arrives l tloton I
Mondays, Wednesday!, Fridays,    I
Dally
17.31
Largest Smelter in the (Vorld.
T. F. Spurr, of Anaconda, in speaking
of the new Anaconda smelter, saiil :
"It will be the largest smelting plant
in the world. The lime was when il
usi'il to be said of the Grant smelter in
Denver that it was the largest smelting
plant under one ruof in the world.
The new smelter of the Anaconda company will cost between $1,000,000 and
94,000,000 .unl will have a daily capacity
of 5,000 tons. To give an idea of the
magnitude of the plant, the advertisement, for bids culls for 10,000 yards of
excavation nnd 2,500 yards of masonry
for the foundation, The superstructure
will be entirely nf steel und the building will be absolutely fireproof. The
construction plans are framed upon
the idea of having tha plant as nearly
automatic as possible, and in this res
pectitwill he far ahead of anything
heretofore built..
The ore will he dropped frntn the
cars directly into Ihe ore bins, and will
thereafter he handled by gravity and
will not require any shovelling until
ilie bullion is run nnt of the sUtrks.
Engineers have been nt work for near
ly twn years on these plans which are
finally approved hy Daly prior to his
departure for Europe. Itis estimated
thut the saving in labor will pay the
cost of the plant in l"ss than four
years. The mine i.s also to be Improved
with modern appliances nt a cost of
more than $1,000,000. When all these
Improvements arc completed thc company will I urn out more copper than
any other copper mine in the world."
U
The I'-igiie wbich is made-
ttlnutreul, Ottawa, Cornwall and
lis has i lung lo the belief
iii'ihbi'is could decide the
nship of ihe world. That he-
I- heen mildlj disputed byadher-
' lhe I', 1.. A., au organization
ivhiuh educates players who can hold
ilv ir own with the hest men in the
Mn',.'ul  or Ottawa teams.   The lhe-
■ i    Ihal Montreal and Ottawa pro-
, layers of higher grade than the
■ "hi barbarians has been utterly des-
troyed by the members of the New
Westminstei team, A team which
(ravel ■ over 8,000 miles and defeats the
Montreali'is and Shamrocks und Capitals in quick succession, and draws
with the Torontos, hus a belter III la lo
Ihu championship of ihe world lhan
any oilier lacrosse organization on
earth. If thc championship nf the
world goes lo the PaclHc coast it will
still remain in Canada, Eastern Canadians who might have preferred lo
witness ihe triumph of their own representatives must acknowledge the
remarkable achievement of ihe Canadians from the bank.* ot the Fraser
river.
Every Picture
Is absolutely genuine. We
will on no condition exhiliit
pre-arranged or fake war subjects.
Don't forget to see the moving pictures of the First Canadian Contingent. It is 250
feet long and contains nearly
10,000 photos.
PROF. B. C. HARRIS
The great composer and sonu
illustrator, will sing a number
of popular and patriotic songs,
with beautifully illustrated
slides, projected on the canvas
while the songs are being sung.
{oxoopl Buudayl sorvloo to and fron
Greenwood uml nil pulm*
11.4.1 Leave      OBEBNWOOD     Arrlvo22..ti
Knr rntiw. tickets nnd full Information sppl)
toagonlsal I'ontloton or Oreonwood, or
IC. J.COYLB, W. F. AMM'.HNON.
A. *l. I'- A„ T. P. A.
Vancouver, B.0, Noinou, 11.<',
CROWELL'S HOTEL
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WESTERN
Assurance Co.
Financial  Statement,  January
Statement,
1st, 1900.
ASSETS.
Municipal Hands nnd llo'jciitiires.l 713,778 16
(lnv.iniini.nl Bonds.   ... W3.B8J -'■■
Hi, niiitl'iinililill per run! Mock 67,081 ii
Hunk.   Uni' Company and  Older
Klui'kH  TSi.lll a
r piinys HlllldlllK  (li.l-IIIHI
("anii on llnnil nii'lun lli-pnidt  I BUBO 71
Hill- Kocolvnbts   SMB. 78
Mi)rlltiiKi'.i  BJ»M
Due from uilirr CompanlM Cur*
runt AiToiintu  187.1M 7(1
Interact Due and Accrued 1B9M
Agonts' Balanoei urn! Sundry Aooti. IliiiiB :il
'TMIIS is a new building hard finished
furnished in first class style. Tl
is supplied with the best on the market
furnished with a choice stock of \\
Cigars.    :   :   :   :
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lies,
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Patronage of the Public is Solicited and Satisfaction
is (iuar-J
LIABILITIES.
l.osaus under Adjustment
Dividend Payable January, ismu
*>*.a.'i.;ii-.' u
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il ...     (0,000 00
$ Bl,_l M
$::.ton,:i8ii 60
■li 111  I.IMI.IKI llll
Net Cash Assets
Capttftl Subscribed tint nnt tiallu
Security to Policy Holders      $3.100.380 60
Will  exhibit   in
Noble's Hall, Midway,
MfllAYlPT.24
Admission 50c, Children 25c.
Reserved Chairs, 75c.
Still Time to Kcsister.
Tlm following ure thu provisions nf
the Franchise Act, Dominion law now
in force governing the right to vote
anil tit.' method of voting :
(6) Kor the purposes of any Dominion election held .vithiti the limits of it
province, except as hereinafter provided :
(n) The qualifications necessary to
entitle any person to vote thereat shall
bo 1 hose est alillshed by the laws of that
province as necessary to entitle mieh
person to vote in the sumo part of the
province at a provincial election,
(li) The polling divisions Shall be
those established by or under the laws
of that province for the purposes of
provincial elections within 1 lie territory
comprised in the electoral district lor
whieh such election is held.
(c) The voters' lists shall be those
prepared for tbe several polling divis-
Inns so established and whioh on the
sixtieth day next preceding the duy
fixed for lbe nomination of candidate*!
fnr such Doniinion election were in
force or were last in force under thi
luws of that province for tbe purposes
of provincial elections,
Bill for Repairs,
The following.whii-b went the rounds
of the newspapers many years ago, has
again found its way into a New York
paper of n recent, date :
Tbe authorities of nu old church in
Belgium recently decided to make some
repairs to its interior furnishings, and
employed an artist to touch up u very
large painting. When the artiBt presented his hill tho committee in charge
refused to pay it unless the details
were specified. The next day the bill
was handed in itemized as follows:
fr.   c.
To correcting the Ten Commandments,  embellishing  Pontius
Pilate and  putting new rib-
lions on his bonnet.  8.50
Putting tail on rooster of St. Peter
and mending his comb  1.1)0
Uepliiining and gilding left wing
of the Guardian Angel   0.2;*)
Washing the servant of the High
Priest, and  pulling Carmine
on his cheeks  5,01)
Renewing heaven, adjusting Uie
stars, and  cleaning  up   tbe
moon  7.00
Touching up purgatory and restoring lost souls  8.75
Brightening up Ihe flames of hell,
patting new tail on the devil,
mending his hoof and doing
several odd jobs for the damned  12 0!)
liehordering the robes of Herod
and adjust ing his wig  5.00
Taking the spots off the son of Tobias  1.80
Gleaning Balaam's ass and putting
one shoe on him  1,70
Putting earrings in Sarah's errs.. 1.75
Pulling a new stone in  David's
sling, enlarging the head of
Goliath, and extending Haul's
legs  0.00
Decorating Noah's ark and partially dressing Hani    4.00
Mending the skirl of Ihe prodigal
son and denning his left Bar.. 11.00
Total 71.05
Income fur tlio yunr uiidlni* Dec. .11,
DM t l.Xl-l.Ul .Vl
Losses l'nid 8I1100 OrKiiiiiz.iliiiii of
Company to Daw  tmflltjms 90
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Board of Directors:
llos. OKO. A. COX. President.
J.J. I'KNNY, Vici'l'i-ii-idunt.
Ho.t.ac, WOOD.
Musses. UOIIT. IIV.ATV. QUO. It. lt. COrK
BURN, OKOBOK MoMURBIOH, V,\ It.
BROOK, Hl'Ull N. UAIItll. JA.MKS
Ki:t!lt 08B0HNK.
W. B. RICKARDS
Agent- Midway, B. C.
The Riverside Hotel,
la situated at  Rook Creek, H.<'..  on   lbe  main roiiiu
lietween Penticton -.nd all Bmimtaiy (reek poii i«. sn.i
place  for sl iges
Good Fishing*
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Good Hunting- -:- Bestol An u    >: • J
Proprlotor
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MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPI
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH
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T. W. Holland, of (irand Korks, who
was recently successful in securing the
passage by the provincial legislature of
a measure Incorporating the Urand
Forks and Kettle Hiver Railway oompany, bus organized his engineering
parties. Tbe survey of the route between Grand Forks and ('arson, IJ. C,
a point on Ihe International l-oundary,
has been cuinint'ticcd, und as soon us
this work Is completed the survey will
be extended south through the Colville
resei vation to Republic. Track laying)
It is expected, will b« started within
two mouths,
THE OAME LAWS.
The open seasons for game are, respectively, as follows, both days lieing
inclusive :
September 1st to February 28tb—
Bit tein, ducks of all kinds, heron,
meadow lark, plover.
.September Ist to December 31st—
Caribou, elk, wapiti (bull), grouse of
all kinds, including prairie chickens,
hare, moose (hull).
September 1st to December 14th—
Deer (buck), deer (doe), mountain
goat, mountain sheep (ram).
November 2nd to March 31st—Beaver, land otter, marten.
Unless specially provided, it is unlawful to shoot or destroy the following : Insectivorous birds, English
blackbird, caribou (cow or ealf), chaffinch, deer (fawn under 12 months),
elk, wapiti (cow), elk, wapiti (calf under
two years), gull, linnet, moose (cow or
ealf under 12 months), mountain sheep
(ewe or lamb), English partridge, cock
pheasant, quail of all kinds, skylark,
thrush, and eggs of protected birds.
It is unlawful to buy, sell or expose
for sale, show or advertisement : Insectivorous birds, bittern, English
blackbird, caribou (cow or calf), chaffinch, deer (fawn under 12 months or
doe), elk or wapiti of any sex or age,
grouse of all kinds, except blue grouse,
whicli may tie sold during the open
season ; gull, linnet, meadow lark,
moose (cow or ealf), mountain sheep
(ewe or lamb), Knglisli partridge, cock
pheasant, h"ti pheasant, ipiail, robin,
skylark, I brush, at any time.
It i.s unlawful to buy, sell or expose
for sale, show Or advertisement: Cariboo, hare, bull moose, mountain goat,
mountain ram, before October 1st;
buck deer, blue grouse, plover, during
the close season.
Farmers only may shout robins in
gardens, between June 1st uml September 1st.
It is unlawful lo kill and take iu one
season more than five caribou, ten
deer, tiro elk, 250 duck, two moose,
Hve inountain goats, three mountain
rams, nnd to hunt deer with dogs, or
lo kill deer for hides alone.
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Applications  for Certificates of
Improvements.
Notices advertised iu this week's
AnvANCis are those of :—
Sunny Side, near to Eholt Creek,
(formerly culled Prior Creek), lying
jwrlly upon und Northerly of and adjoining Lot 252, Township 7(1.
Copper King, Kruger Mountain.
St. John Mineral Claim, ('amp Fair-
view.
Opulence, Kruger Mountain,
Ecuador, Cump McKinney.
White Knight, Kruger Mountain,
Peucock   and    Headlight,    Kruger
Mountain.
Hig Hug, Cump McKinney.
Susie, Fairview.
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Line of
Fishing
Tackle.
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C. F. COSTERTON
VU.RNON B.C
NOTARY PUBLIC.
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Thk Royai. Insuiianck Coy.
Tiik London anu Lancashire Fihk
Insurance Coy.
The  Insurance Coy. ok North
America.
The London and Canadian Fike
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Like Assurance Coy
Canada.
The Dominion Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser tor the Canada Per-
manentLoan and SavinuhCoy
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|JD, R. M-ELMOM
Practical Watch Maker,
COI'I'lillt   HT
GREENWOOD B.C.
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Oood Tools, Plenty Material,
and jo years experience lo do
work correctly,   ,   ,   .
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LIOIISKS p
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util., niiply In
NOTICE.
piuturotl by tin' month;   Good
ami plenty of waUjr.  Knr toriM,
JOHN KAST,
Midway, ll. (-.
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in Uiii
Trees Free from IVsk
FRUIT   AM) OKNAMK.NTAI. TKHBS,   PLANTS  l.VD
Send for Free Catalogue,       E, Hvtciiki
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The Boundary Hon
...J-1IDWAY, B. C...
Strictly First-class Throughout,  E*cell nt Acconmv.'J
Large Sample Room for Commercia! 1
THOS. McAULEY,   -   -   Propria
FAIRVIEW - HOTEI
Commercial and Mining men should put
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp-
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVERYTHING EXGlLL
itl
Qeo J. Skeehar*
propriety
Lancashire Hous<
: : MIDWAY, B.C. :
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The undersigned haying   taken
known   and   comfortable    hotel
patronage of all old customers and
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CH-
Ctlrnaoe.heated and comfortably
fiirnii-li'-tl   rooms.
till-
IllVllt"'
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FIRST CLASS MEALS   WELL  SERVED-
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor.
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MAirjtt. tt*****'
■ visited lbe Welt Fork
■rk,
1„ hoi returned from a
[,|, near Beaverton.
rKntii'', of Greenwood,
l„. Boundary hotel.
is. J. W. Beed have ro
■trip to Myers oreek,
,jne returned yesterday
E a week at Oanheiry
ailvancc agent for the
Ljliig Oo,, was I" town
Irsoii, travelling patweu*
fthi' 0. P. H" waa I" Mill
Bay.
hi innal meeting will lie
■irsliyli'i'lan Oliuuli next
liinm Immediately   afli'r
Imposed nf II. L, ThoineL,
Iml families left last Wed-
Kveek'e outing Ui tbe vicln*
lldffe.
lp,on ami W. I). Qliuse
■ from Myers cwak, where
Vn dnlng asswsment work
nf their mining proper*
ancombe, W. B, Pannell
Howard, left yesterday
|) Vernon,  Tlipy will be
I   weeks, ami before n-
Ink., in the Vernon fair,
nml G. I). OnnOingliam
|,l,iy from  a prospecting
eal Kurk.   They lunught
\nte lln.' wimples of copper
.claim which they In
Iway,
lcAtilay,aocnmpsMed by
. iimi. ciii.'f Inspector of
Ll i'. W. Briton, Mr, Mc-
Ivate secretary, were lu
•suit, and fmni here went
kii-Kiiiii.y.
IliiiNiiti ims been appointed
ni th,. Cump MrKinney
_  Kettle Biver mining
hi.in- uf Provincial ' onsta-
■Winter, wboss police du.
um giving innrli attention
__t
ronmnressor W»l received
lllil iniin. last tvi'i'k. Tin'
I vnui'i I'uili-rs to fiit'iil-di
||i ,, inpreiior anil for a
engine, which rwtebwj
tl imn,Hi, have already
I.
ildlaw Ims a Dumber of
Irk rlearlng "IT tha site fulfil Oi.ppci I'liinpany'spyrltlc
ilny Falls, preparatory
I irge force Immediately
Ijj plans hlntil have been re*
| li. IIVIT.
power horlnnial return
'i nslgned to tbe Carl-
ry Milling i*. Milling mini
ut Caiup McKinney, arHv-
lay liy I lain on Saturday
It wili in- taken up to the
lu  iln- week, and will
liiiiiuil power for extended
• i" i luill tn celebrate the
llii' new dining bull at tin'
until'. Deadwood camp,
kuil mil by lbe British Ool
it Oompany, The arrange-
tii - hands of a committee
li i,I mine employees,   Be-
j uinl three hiinilivtl guests
pi. fur whose convenient'.- a
sill leave Anaconda ami
IWtiu' mine,
wl Wendell and Mr. Frank
l"ili nl .Midway, were qnlet*
'"i Thursday evening at the
llmiii. ih-. ceremony was
JiyRev, R, 1'. Murray, HA.
|«'ii'i was of exceedingly ten-
|»ss neatly dressed in white,
white astern, ber only at-
■'mi: her mother, who gave
pring-.   Immediately after
"V Mr, and Mrs. Chord de
'•n- » billing journey. Tine
■"ins in wishing them a long
|tuiiii'(l happiness,
—-—*-*. ——
cfeek M. tt M. Co., Ltd.
fecelvud frnm the secretary
"hm & tianadii Syndicate,
upland, requesting the di-
,h" Boundary Oreek Mining
nnipany to ascertain **hoth
jarnholdei. would he willing
j*"Hy paid Stobk in an English
>*'iih the management In
ll such were Olganllwd to lake
develop the Innil cohipany's
.'" Bi Iwood In exchange
jhl'y now hnld, w«s considered
]"K "f directors held  lasl
"he secretary was directed
''" 'I'ssaiy steps to call a
'"''■imn of shareholders for a
ft date next, month in discuss
""'I and to meanwhile wrllo
("'or further particulars) The
exchange suggested is thai
I tho local company lie valued
l« oiioh and thai their equlva.'
jl shares In t|„, Mv/ conipiVny
' them,  The capital stock of
''"inpany   would  lie  78,000
]' *' "'"'h (tB78.UOO), and of
',"" IJ.000 would ..,. applied in
'"m ""• the existing B. 0, M.
pPnny's stock,   It Is proposed
tw' »100,000 cash be provided
;,,"""m Purposes,   Tl,,.,,. arc
'"","■< "howlngs nn several of
'"'^'•'"imH, and iti, believed
L^PMrneof these would
""""'"Pl'ing mines,
n    uuin.riraii-.itMl   AMI-WCAN
TAKEN IN CIIAKdli.
Paul  Boyle Arrested Yesterday  for
Havim;   Stolon   Property   in
His Possession,
Yeitet Jay forenoon a man whn gave
his inline as I'.inl Boyle wn j arrested
hereby Chief c lalile McMyn ,
two charges,  „ f having   Btoleit
goods in his possession and tiiiolhiT of
carrying concealed weapnns. Boyle
is accused of having slut,.,, tWlJ -.BVI,|V.
era from II. T.   Blengma f Budy
camp, who followed him tn ,|„. ||mi|
where.he learned thai Ilie atoitaed Iimi
crossed but a short time liefutB. Blena
man followed him In Midway, whim
be was found In a liarher shop trying
to dispose of ibe sinI,.,, property,
Blenginan at once laid an information,
and Boyle was Itninedlately arrested
and placed In tbe provincial jail here,
The prisoner was brought before
Police Magistrate I. II. liallnti this
morning for o preliminary hearing,
but the case was adjourned until nexi
Monday, In order to admit of mure
evidence being obtained.
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Thc Edith Miller Company.
The Edith Miller company will glvi
one nf their excellent concerts in il,,.
Auditorium,   Greenwood,   t nnw
evening, IK'li init, Tbe (ollnwtnp
comment appeared iu the Victoria
Oolonlsl after their conceit iu tlmt
city t
Miss Miller Is an art Isle ot care ability. Her voice is t ich in quality, nf
great  warmth and  beauty of tune,
*<i  the visit nf Mdlle Ti'belli, Miss
Millet is by long odds  ill"  linesl   ci le
trallo singer heard here for many
years, and li certainly a moot accomplished vocalist, H"i expression is
earnest, but free from exaggeration,
uinl therefore satisfying ami effective,
Mi-s Miller was applauded ami recalled
ilium;: iln- evening wlih spontaneous
enthbaiaam,
Mr. Robert ('. Campbell, tbe tenor's
numbers were surprisingly well sung,
His voice possesses thai beautiful
quality peculiarly adapted io sympathetic music,
Mr. Stanley   Ad..in-,  lh« harilnne,
has a VOlce Of line, rieh lone nnd ems' '
compass,   His style evidences the liesi
of traiulugcnnblned with gnml taste,
Miss Jean Pursy lb, ihe actompanUl
with the Miller <- pany, i uinl)
one nf lhe best In Canada, Being n
vocalist herself, sin- i- able In appn ■
elate and deli riuine lhe aim nf lhe
composer and give Ihe slngei i he pro
per support nt tiie propel' lillie.
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The Warwick Trading Company.
The Warwh k 'I'i iding Co . tindet
the nianageiui nt of I. CflBgrove, wil
ibnw in the lown b .1 . Ml Iwaj. i n the
'Jllli in-'. The Cosgi ive I n showed
iu Midaaj nvi r a year ng i, and il tin
entenainu n I nexi Moudaj ni<lit Is
as good as the 1 ist, they jh-" deseivii g
of a crowded house, The fnllowiiiK
are a few ol the press comments » blch
have appeared In various papers aflet
Bbowlng in tb- towns where these
papers were published, and they speak
for themselves :
The show al tbe town hall on Tues
day night was a greal success, and, it
deserved to lie, Tbo lift motion pictures hy the Warwick Trading com
pany, representing scenes from the
war, w.-re highly appreciated by thi
lai-ge audience. The singing waagnod
and ihe whole entertainment capital.
It was managed by lbe Onsgroves, aud
uf course thai accounts for a greal
desl,—Begins Leader,
Th ■ moving pictures exhibited at the
cmllng  link   lasl   nl|tbt  drew an   iiii
(lion 'f BOO people.   In  addition lo
lho«e already shown here, Mr, Cos-
griive bad a nutuhei nf Up to-date wai
pictures which were enjoyed. Hem nils
syimms, Baden-Powell, While, Metli*
nen, Kitchener and Boha each came lu
for suitable recognition, and Ihe pro
gramme was pleasautly varied here
and there hy the singing of three or
four Illustrated popular songs, I al
gary Herald.
The famouaBrlilsh-Boer war plrl urea
were given In Ibe hall lasl nlRhi under
the managemeni of J. Onsgrnve. Frnm
tin- flrst in the lasl each onewnsenjnv
eil by tlie audience. The most much
ing was (lie descriptive sunt;, "Jusl as
the Sun Weill Down." If we wete In
devnle a column In telling nf the merits
of lasl night'* entertainment we wnuld
,„, „,„,,. than do ii justice.   McLeod
Gaaette.	
For (loud Roads.
The following circular letter has
been sent mil, by tin- K-iniloops Bn.itil
of Trade i   At a general meeting ol	
6.0. Inland Board.of Trade, held In
Kamloops  .be evening of Friday,
August 81st, ii wns unanimously re
solved: Thai ihi* hand take the liu
Uative in calling n convention, t" I"'
held lit Kamloops al 10 a.m. nn rhura
day, Septemher 27th, inst, for thc	
nose of organlxl.ign Provincial (b...d
Roads Association.   Vou m irnestly
requested to attend this t vein.'"
Arrangnmcnts are being madetnrro
dined transportation rates,
[tisnol unlikely thai arrangements
Will shortly lie made'I" le-iim- "evo1
opmentwnrklntheOro Dm '"'"''jj
Summit oamp.   The inanagemen   n
the King Mini"K company,  llnsslaii'i'
owning the mine, am making effm
toward Ibis deslrahlo end,
n i i i^n i iwin !
There is no better investment at
the present time than Midway property. Those who bought in Spokane a
few years ago have since made for-
tunes. Midway is the Spokane of the
Boundary Country. It is the coming
metropolis of the interior. Trains will
be running- into Midway in a short
time and the prices of lots will go up.
Invest now and make money.
For prices and terms apply to
THE MIDWAY COMPANY,  Ltd.
II. L Sawyer.
C A, SAWYkk.   ~)
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At the Sawyer brothers livery barn will be found
good single and double drivers, ladies' and gentlemen's saddle horses, and complete packing outfits.
Parties to the West Fork country given special
attention.
Daily stage to Greenwood carrying; passengers«_ Express
SAWYER BROS.,
LIVERYMEN,
MIDWAY, B. C.
__>.2k:£Sfc ^^S-j 5k'>A^aifeifei_* ;_*_*&;_wfe:_*;_. *.     i
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W a!
I   S he Central notel ||
I llth St., Midway, B. C, &
fo *a******9999t:*j*t
'J; This is a new  three-Storey Intel, comfortably  W|
fo w
j/k   furnisht d througliout. *•{<'
fo The nearest h luse to the Railwav Station.   The  W|
fo i\l
'Ai!   must convenient h .tel for railway travellers. }jv
T. M. Qulley & Co.
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Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums.
_lAA_________, _______
FDNERAL DIRECTOBS anil EM6ALMBBS.
Large Stock.   Low Prices.
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T.   IMC.   GULLEY   Ss   CO.,
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD.
I
Ti
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| The Travellers Insuranee Co...
f rinrfrfrrm'varrr
% .... Of Hartford. Conn.
rrnmnnnr
f Good Rooms. Good Table. %
w\
Good Liquors.
fo
fo
*      S. DAHL, Proprietor.     $
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THE
MIDWAY   SAWMILL
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Chartered 180H.
Stock Lite nnd
Accident Insurance.
ISSUES the Wri life insurance
' iMiiirui'is iii the world- No
disappointment, as lo dividends,
Eveiylhing gunranteeil in ml-
viinie.    Pteilliuitl vales 15 to 25
iy   per rent less tliim   those of old
line Mnuiril cmupitnies.
ASSETS, . . ,
January ist, 1807,
LIABILITIES,
SURPLUS   . .
$10,884.53
.17,930,260.29
. 2,976,434-30
9  The Travellers Combination Accident Policy guarantees foraccidental
under ordinary conditions.
Ilrnth llcncflt     .... |6000
Us* nf Slglit of llotli Eye-     . .KIO
l/iss nf Hnih Feet or llotli Hnnits 5,001
Low of (Inu llaml and Olio Koot 5.000
l'l.riii'iiii'iit Tolal UlsaWlty ism
l/>«" of Right Ham!
Loss of Leg at or abovo Knee
Lo»s of UAx Hand     .    .
Loss of Ktthcr Koot    .
Loss of stgbtof One Kye  .
12.500
J.500
l.i-m
1,000
. 650
Letjuin^e & Powers, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
LATH aad SHINGLES, SASHES ani
Lirnits of   Weekly Iqderririity $1,300.
-\NI), If such injuries arc sustained while riding as a passenger in
any passenger conveyance using steam  cable,   or   electricity as a
motive power the amount k> iw paid   shall be DOUBLK the sunt
specified m the clause under which the claim is made.
Cost $52 a year  to Professional  and   Business
Men, an ii Commercial Travelers.
Other sums at proportionate rates
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAY B. ('. *
Band Sawing and Job Work done to order
Telqili ne No, 12,
Telephone orders receive prompt
attention.
^^ Midway Horse Pasture, tajjffi|
T. M. GRAVES, Prop.
VANCE
The Pioneer Newspaper of the
Boundary  District-only
$2.00 per year.
Pack ard Saddle Horses for  Sale.
If you hiivelnxt a   horse,   send me the brand and if is in the
country it will be found.
Is prepared to
fill all orders
tor Job Print- TBRM8  FOR   PASTURING  $3.00  PER MONTH.
illjf  at  lowest I Single horses delivered In Midway, $6.00 per month,   Two or more, delivered
rates   consist- In Midway, each »4 per month.
ent with good
work.
THOS. WAKE
BUSINESS LOCALS.
TO LIVERYMEN
OKKKIts will bl
Inr Jl Ic
_,    -as.: Inr one yoar trom Ootobor M
dn...; .i.T.tuAi'V .*.,-, ..llni'.lHioil , „y >,„,„,„„.,
■vntk, I'casotiiilili' pnu
rocolvwl u»tH Sopt.80tli.  | JlLLU     liU 1 LL  .   .     •
.....   ....,,-   fi,,lli     111'   li 1.1   !'        -j
PROPRIETOR.
m   REOBIVKD   So.nnthin| nen,
;„  Invllnl t'lii'd-*. and Bull lio
al'iiiiiiiie*
TIIK ADVANCE Office
FARM FOR SALE.
CONTAINING about moaoria. This prop'
..i-i) Isiiltimtodoii tho Slnillkntiioon llivor half a ratio from the I'. S. bniiiiilnry. Hull
my botwoon Loomlii, Palrvlow and Keramwi.
li i-mi Un' opprovoilronlontlhoO, I'.ll.. iim. i
horo wilt uiiaoublodli bl iiiootlon hofweoii  SITUATKD AT
1,1, and   Mii.'i-inii. ll."*. A* ili'T'-lii'*!..'!'""
The   hotel   Is   rentrally  located and iu a stopping place   for  stagu lines
Qood ll-ihing in the vicinity.   Good staliling.
A va'-iety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar
 BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
: : lhe Advance ||
TIMBER NOTICE.
*
j       To Your
'
Friends.
\KH NOTICK tlmt 3d days after dato I In
,    tnml inaktiig applloallm.  to tlio Ohoi
•■•'-■'    commlmlnnorol Undsainl «nr|<'' '"' l,'"."",
:::-'.:'  "(J.:  Smrtlngatapmtnbou" is chainssouth
 r-lptlnn -''" >'°"r -_i5P Sj\ nf llir wnK«n run'., whoro 11 rtimm KWjoii
.   ,,    ■;:-• :.:-&-'A-,: J.P.M0CODDY.
MHUMMWWV
THE
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City  Boundary Creek, B. C.
We have opened the ahove hotel at, Greenwood City, una are prepared
to welcome guests and provide good accommodation. Good Catering. First
class Livery Stahle.
J W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR .,'■
is
Certificate  of  Improvements.
STutico,
Susin .Minijiui. Claim.
Situate In  Osoyoos Minlnpr Division of Ynlo
i'isti'lct.   Wliero Locatod: -At Fairvlew.
--AKK NOTICK thai   I.  Charles do  Blots
.  ti. us agonl tor Goorgo A. Guoss,
liner's cerUttoato  No.   H-.tiilii,  Intond,
i.j  dnys from lho  dato   horoof, In apply
Mining Recorder for u oorlilleato of
Oertiflcnte  of   Improvoine its
MTOQPXO
■
j» ef ef
V fie
r . ,.
,*
*'
M, Me
Bra Bi •-■■>'-i-
Situate In tho Kettlo River K   ■    Division o
Ynlo  District.   Where located :    I   I P
MoKlnnoy,
-i-AKK NOT1CI thnl   1. Vf. H. Ni
I    mysolf, inr mini r'soertl hu -.,•,,
and as ngont for A. Mojjraw, freo miner        i-   »,, v>*
lli'jii" No. tWJIH, and .Mi--. I.M. Mnnlonalrt,fvec   "{W^M
Inor'scortiflcato No, B9MB1,Intend six I dn; ■   .1, o.
,-. tf
■
HID
Beautifully situated at Ike caiifeace af Boundary Creak an_ Kettle:! -
...jilts, for the  purpose of obtaining I from Uio dnloiioroof, tonnply tiiihu Mining lie- _ .   ,,
, ;m! nf tho nbovo olalm. | oordorfor n oortiflcate of Improvements, for tho «,*, v^
j inhcr lake notloo that aotion, undor  purpiso of obtaining a Orowu urant of tin V,?;',?
■,, n ... mut.t be commenced boforo '.no issu- abovonlotm,
tf ef
Me.   "
"t'f '»*•
xi. Me
if such I'.'i'iilliiiiu ot improvomonts.       |   And furthor talto notico Ihal net!        -       'P'P ,,
1 I"4"** "'VnTuTcHFi'-N    Si'^sliTooXS^'i ff      '.   •:,   ;   \U   'f-   I':.- vmvai important  railwaj town  in  the   Kettle
^ HA8„dkB. QBR8N.   -    «"    g j_.H_   K_*l. .       .        . ,     ,       ..,
MINERAL ACT 1896,
Datod this 20th daf of Vn
10c iff. II.
■
MINERAL ACT. 1806.
•tiiicnto   or  Improvements. 06rtlflcate   <>;■   ilnpi'orementB.  J.
nro_,xc__
KfOTJtOB.
MlOAWBBII AliXIJIl.ll. Cl.UM.
y.'.y.i,
tf*tf*
WHITE KNIGHT MINERAL CLAIM. \ y'"y^
Si u&te   in Uio  Osoyoos Minim: Division  situate In ihe Osoyoos  Mining Division of ,., m.
District.   Whero Located: Kriicor ,      Yjiio District.   Whore located : On Kra-   <;C"/;C
Kor Mounlain.
iloBl IsGri-i ii,
ng • K' ink    K.    (Vol-
fivn   mliier's   ctrtlltcaio N i.  it 'A
NOTICK that I, Chas. DoBlols Groon   TAK?i x,m,'! "'' : '
■ tor l . H. trundoll f minor's    I    i*°"»8 lls
U! : $tiEg.biSffiho1&v8!& Sick,
,i 'f_VcortYlic^TAYnprovomontafOT  "PB-i to thi Mil      I
y •■'"''" «ft(a ',talrt fe'K; o ■:.
i .. f'u'rtlioi take notloo thai notion, under    And furthor lake notice thst i in
ion 37, ni,i i bo commoncod boforo  tho „ctloii m. mi
i^uanreofsnch Cortiflcato of Improvomonts     Issuan fsuchCci 111
ed this 17Ui day of April, A. D, WH. I   Dated this 12th da)  if-luno,
OHAS, DeB, GBKEN,    I   7o CHAS. Df.l   GIN KN.
Xlf -Oe
'',,". f!
y.'.y/.
Me .<.
Mineral Act 1896.
I lertificate of Im|)rovements.
IfO^'ICB,
'KioocK ixn lliJj.ni.ihut Mineral Claims.
:--ate   in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
MINERAL ACT, 1806,
Certificate of   Improvements,
Kro'jr.resn.
St. .'.iii -. \ti      ■ ■ •
Isiriot.  Whero located : On Km-  Situate In the Osoyoos Hlnlng Division of
,. ii '   ■■'.'itJ.ln.
■.(iIIjK ilwi I,  Charlos
Groon   ts anon! f_ vyiluiui K<
loBlols
ir, freo
oertiflcnte No. iiJilir. and for Gebnte
tl,   froe   miner's oi rllflcato  Nn.   05838,
sixty days from tho dato horeof, in
j   iheMlnlng Itecordor for n Cortlfloato
I'cmcnts. for tho purpose of obtaining
Lri ■ .i Grant of tho abovo olalms.
indtni'ilioj tako notloo that w'lion undor
,i  ,   i,.    ic oommeneod beforo the Issu-
i j. Oertlfli .in- oi Improvements,
hia 17thday of July. mm.
CHAS. null. GBKEN.
Yale District.   Where  loci
Falrvlow.
';■■ tf,
o. :■,
i
j-
■
»,> tf
. ;■. f
ff ef
'.le 'Ae Me
y.'.y.'zy.t.*.'
f, - "-'■ fffts
MeMesie
yeMe stays *
e.-Ztf.,-
t;*. r* -1)
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
fo fo fo
>'.'' fo    f
; -
W
liver  Minin j Divi
Terminal and  Divisional point of the Columbia & Western Railway.
Th   Wholesale Supply and Manufacturing centre of the  Kettle  River ami I;.,,:;,
Creek Districts.
The distributing   point lbs   Upper   Kettle River,  Wesl
mining camps.
Thi   nearesi Railway town to  Republic,  Meyers   * reek
I'm-!
am
1 Ci
u,niD Mi
ainicr
Mj
ouni un
iiu-r
them ' ' '     mips.
h
li
■
•■'■
in   I- ry, wull an exc< Ucnt   < lim .
i
Business, residence and ots .it low prices and on easy terms.
3KND I-'"!! MAPS, I'l.li ES ANU I'd.I. I'AUTIOI LAItS TO  l—-
■«rass_s:„% THE MIDIAY CO, Lm
M   OROUSK,
Agonl for Brltiuli Colin
MM
I
TAKK NOTII :: thai I, ': ry Hull. |
,i- iijji-iii for KM ward i ook, fn
cortiflcato No. u'iO, .71, nndcl
jjiiii....'.-   ...j t itl. -. I.,   V,,     11'.'.    llll ill I vi       lift \'U
fnil
noo
lor thn purpose of obtaining
tho abovo claim,
And fnrtlior lake notice th il i nndei
soction 37, must bo coi n  nci I before tho Issu
nnen of BUOh Cortltlci     ol i mpi
ROBERT STORY Q >!.!..
Datod this 11th day of M ..
irtiflcato No. 1120,071, anu i ■ i     T 1     1 n     ■* I rn
iner's coiliflcate No, 1153, lm In In jn   U__inQnf)_ '('fltlfll
TJstTn^c Mineaineb
ir tho nurnose of obtaining :. Urov nQi ut oi
, */J\-/JC^Jv /j> #J\ /J> *• i» *',* 'i'i ' »•* 'i1* 'i* <_."* 'i* '■■ ' • ;*   *V**iS    .    '•'   fp    i1 ' ■ \
iNG
.
Buy a rflsidenoe tite whllsl
there is plenty of i
Iai:'and watflP,  I
AUNDRY,
MINERAL ACT, 1896,	
•flcnte   ofjtnprovements.'y^,   M,W.
NOTIOB.
OPULENCE MINERAL CLAIM. j
i'.anie In the Osoyoos Mlninc; Division of'i
Vi-ij Ulstrict. Vvhere locaied: Kere-1
n-.'jos Creel;.
NOTICK thatl, elms. doBlols Qreon,
nitoiil   i"i-  A. J,  MoDougall,   freo
i rii.iijjit' Nu. ii'isnl, Intond slxtydnys
dato hereof.to apply to the Mining Ro
ii .j cortiflcato of Improvements, for tho
■ of oblaining a Crown   Grant uf the
bo,o claim.
rltu'i- Inki' nilii-i' lint! tu-iinii. nnilci-
i jtion   JIT, inn-i  1 npmoncod beforo the
oof i itch certlflcate ol Improvements,
.. hlsiothdaj of June, 1900.
Tj CIIAS. nv.lll.OIS(:itKKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
■ate   of   Improvements
ISTatlce
l'.i-i .innic MtKBRAL Claim.
.;'ii:i-e In the Kettlo lllver Mining Division of
'all   District,   Whore  located:  Cnnip
" Klnnoy,
. NOTICE thai I. Chas. do B. Groon,
I     as   agonl    for   Duncan   Donald,  freo
■   .11'tlllcate No,   1)30735,  Intond, sixty
from the data horoof, to jiijiiIv to tin:
[loci rdor fora Ci rtincate m [mprove-
-   the purp - '■ ..f iiliinining ji Crown
nt 11 the above olattn.
-.'ihur take notloe that aclion, under
oction 37, nin-i  in* oomrnenoed before the
i  in ■ if suoh Cortiflcato ot Improvements,
.'.I thin 12th dny of .tunc. 1800,
CIIAS. di'H. CiltKKN.
^_s. Practical .^i-
WAGOH MD CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C-
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
23?' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
: ■ families.   Try it.
For Prices and Terms
ly to
THE MIDWAY CO., LTD,
ON,
pine   ' . md .-■-1 .<'.\or,
$'■' M!C*
.    .ynzxir ...
l''iii:n|i 'ial,
rx'.','il Estate,
I nsurarice and
Mil in;; A^i'ijl.
OTABY     PTJBZ.lC.9tm
a
}■ llii YICY
-•
. . . 1DD1-E88. ..
B. II. PAHKIM ON,
FAIllVJI-.W. IJ.   -.
( -ori'i'sponiW'tH't' Solicitl
MIDWAY, 3. C
WASHINGS  CALLED   FOI
DELIVEBED.
;-"jil*Zvj.    •;    A. t'.-i-.t'. ■ :**_._«
VNU
|SL hike's Hm...    Spo! _Fs!
A Private Hospital ,,
and Nurses  Home.
Nelson &   i
Rah
B !'
Op:-. ■ '  ■   • ■■    UVIH,
'I   : Ical      IMiiiwifi*!')
ri'i'i-ivi-il.   Tei in.- -.     I'i |i
$15pur  v>'.-!  :   IL- Is  In   W m I
|    i- V,. ' I.
Nui  -.    i.i Into 'In --.""i'i j
usual   '■;. Pges,    m .,  n     reui'lvli .-
IlllllWliatl.   Jillrllli'.ll.
Ali In In mude tu
SISTKfl I'ii '
i   it
I ■    !..  ..'.   .    ,
i. :     u.
■ In pit,
I).   K.   U     \.   '   II.
Connect
■
ll it    li   :.'
o        i dp in the Boiiapy .istetj^
Only $2.00 a Year.
xz. a., a j
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To those contemplating an invest
ment in Midway real estate, 'the in
1 is
!
offered that on C z River„i_e  /.. iditka may be
found 300 very choice resi
lots i x m :st.
For terms and ail other information apply to
W. H. NORRIS, .       or A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C. Camp McKinney, B. C.
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