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MID-WINTER
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Regardless of cost we have decided to close
out the balance of our Winter Goods, also all
odd lines, which are bound to accumulate in the
ordinary run of business.
We do not purpose carrying these goods over until next season, as it would cost us more
than the profit to do so, and so have decided
to give the profit and a little more to our
Customers.
You cannot fuily appreciate the GENUINE
BARGAINS offered unless you call and examine them for yourself, and we guarantee you will
be surprised and pleased.
No Ms CSappi at Cash Sale Prices.
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Our White Pine and Tar Compound
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Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
Still hold first place as curers.
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III the course of a speech
delivered a short time ago hefore a large meeting in Montreal, Sir Wilfred Laurier is
reported to have said that if
the Grand Trunk company
did not build the national
transcontinental railroad some
other company would
This   statement   does   not
conform very well  with   a recent editorial in  the  Toronto
Globe,   the   leading   mouthpiece of the government,    recommending that tne  matter
be submitted to the people   at
the next election.    The  Toronto News, an    independent
paper  with   Liberal leanings,
one of the strongest advocates
of the original scheme as pas
sed by parliament, now   takes
an entirely different view of
the nutter.    It seems to think
that more definite and  reliable
information as to the nature of
the country the proposed  railroad would pass through is absolutely necessary before  the
government   and   people are
committed to the cohstructLii
of a railroad certain to involve
the expenditure of many  mi
lions of public   money,    and
which according to John Charl
ton M. P. must have a   four-
tenths of one per cent,  giadi
and  be   first   class in every
respect to successfully compete
with other railroads in the transportation of grain and other products.   The Newsalso favors the
extc: -ion of the  Intercolonial
from Montreal to some point
on our inland waterways, at a
edst to the country of about 2.
millions.   This   would  go  a
long way toward an immediate
solution of the   transportation
question, and  help  to relieve
the congestion of traffic, if any
there be.    Mr. Blair, ex-Min-
ister of Railways, and    now
chairman of the Railway Commission estimated the cost of
the (irand  Trunk Pacific   at
120 millions.    II the expenditure of 20 millions in extending the   government   railroad
would afford adequate transportation facilities for the present and near future, surely  it
would be better to expend  the
ioo millions thereby saved or
a portion of it on other  necessary    public  works.    During
the last week of the last session of parliament an Act was
passed to subsidize some 70 or
80 railroads  throughout  Canada to the extent of about   13
millions.    Possibly   some    of
these railroads could stand subventions on   a   more libera
scale,    the     Mid way-Vernon
road for instance.   There are
a good many people   in Yale-
Cariboo who would 110: object
to liberal government aid to a
roilroad that would give them
direct comnunication with th
coast cities.    The   transporta-
tion problems at their doors are
of far more   interest to  them
than those of the  Peace  river
country and the land Beyonc
the Laurentides-
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Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays,   Thurs
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Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
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the convenience  of  the
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rag R. G. Sidley, was   in Mjdway
luring the week.
Mrs. N.  Munroe is   visiting
piends at Greenwood.
W. H. Webb'" of Greenwood,
•as in Midway oil Tuesday.
E. Jacobs is spending a few
ecks in the Boundary country.
Miss Annie Morrison spent
few days in Midway this
seki
Miss Ella Meyerboff is visiting
rs.  Alex  Bloom-field,   Green-
tootl.
fl). McBride, of Anarchist
runtain, was among tlie vise's to Midway this week.
Miss Belle McLaren, who bus
ien visitjng   her  sister,  Mrs.
,s. McNicol,   returned to, her
'meat Carson this week.
,ecent cold weather has forni-
1 ice of sufficient thickness to
Ornish a supply for putting up
[or summer's use, and this week
Crowell bad his ice house
ftlled with a good quality about
5 inches in thickness.
Sam Strong, who some time
go sustained injuries from fairing down a shaft on a property
lie was working, which necessi-
iatod his going to the hospital
,t
 pv-iHu ue me  conveying  of a
R. station where he was load-.'truthful impression lhat is his
ing grain on the evening of affair, The • inaccuracy in tlio
Dec. IC,  aud was  never  seen. "Jolly Jack" s
afterwards. From the position
in which the body was found it
seems that he was walking towards the town. He was fully
dressed and on the body were
found a gold watch and some
$38 in cash, with a bunch of
personal papers. There were
no signs of foul play. The deceased was employed by the
Columbia Flour Mill company
and was well known as a buyer
of grain throughout this district.
Robbed An Express Co.
Oo'illnuod from page I. '
(Ireenwood, is again able to
be around.
Q'life a number from Midway
ttciitled  "What happened  to
Jon 's" in the A'hambra, Green-
woo ',   on     Tuesday  evetritig
ie play is a good one if well
acted, but the  preforniance at
Klij!   Allianibra  was   anything
ut good.   Evidently tbe  audience was not well pleased as
[applause was at a premium.
f   S,   Benennan    returned   on
Thursday  from   the Roderick
Dim mine, in Long Lake camp.
Work    lias   beeu   temporarily
.sLispeJiilo.il at the  mine  owing
to the excessive   fall of snow
making it  impossible  to  work
to .tny advantage.   The road to
the property is blocked and no
inure ore will be   hauled  until
thc road can be    opened    up,
which will take some time.
gether with the cigars: then he
quit the company and left for
Rossland. On Thursday last,
some of the C. P. R. officials had
occasion to open one of the parcels containing the clothes,
when to their great surprise,
the box contained nothing but
rubbish. Then one after the
other was opened only to expose to view, old rubbers, tissue
paper, and pieces of Avood in
seven of them. Then some
cigar boxes were examined,
and found to contain C. P. R.
time cards, which proved poor
smoking. Provincial constable,
I, A. Dinsmore was immediately summoned aud put to work
on the case. It was then learned that a man from Grand
Forks had been trying to dispose of clothes in Rossland.
From Rossland, itis understood
he went to Spokane. The Express company will use every effort to locate hini and bring
him to speedy justice.
story was purposely done in order to convey a
true impression, viz., that the
country was remiss in not
making better provision for the
grand old prospectors of the
"Jolly Jack" style. Considerations of space will not justify
ine in going further into this
matter, much as one would
like to in order to prove to the
Midway correspondents that
my idea was to make a love-
able hero of "Jolly Jack", Not
for a moment would I reflect
on the   Pioneers'   Association*
YOI'IIS FAITHFULLY,
 I   HAROLD SANDS.
The World, Vancouver, B. 0.
STRAYED.
Oivrno lo in}' place about- December '.'Bill Insl,
a while horse, aged, branded on left stifle
bul brand Is Indistinct, If not oltilmod within
3D days will bo sold to pny expenses,
Midway Feb., (lib, 1II1H.
.1, K. DRENNAN.
VPW
gside Bote
Kock Creek, B. C.
S. T LABSElf, Prop.
Stopping place for Stages to
ml  nun nil Boundary
Creek points.
Good Aeeommodation Fop the Traveling Fife
Death of Dan Graham.
The death of Dan  Graham,
json of A. D. Graham, took place
iUivroiiwood Thursday after-
looii from pneumonia after a
iliort but painful   illness.   Up
to ii couple of years   ago -the
deceased   resided  at   Midway,
when afterwards  he  removed
witli his parents to Greenwood.
His sudden death at  the early
ige of 14 is deeply regretted hy
ill who knew him.   He leaves
i father," mother and oue sisfer>
Mrs. VV. Garrison, of  ('entralia,
Vas'i). The funeral takes place
o-day at Greenwood.
—-•—
Vernon Man Dies on Prai rie.
Macleod, Feb, 5.-To-day the
hizette contained the follow-
ug item: "Information regaining tho whereabouts of D,
'Iclntyre, of Vernon, B. C, is
tsked by his wife, lie was last
icard of in Macleod between
-ec, 10 and Jan. 7. The missing
,'entleniari is a member of the
Woodmen of the world, and
the I.O.O.F. His affairs are in
good shape. Information regarding his whereabouts will
'Ju gladly received by his relives and wife."
Before the paper had been
lss«ed the body-of the missing
I'11"1 vJ>\ch had been lying on
.,    Ptturie for seven weeks was
•0II1H
tiit'fl
I
ri»»in stiff on the  pas-
flfiund of the mounted
.      - --mini
1vJjo wore, tmt riding.
J,°lce »y a number of constables
An Explanation.
Vancouver'; B. C. Feb.
The Editor, •
The Dispatch,
Midway, B. C.
Sib:   A little story  which   .,
wrote for the Canadian   Matfa-j
/.ine has, I am sorry   to learn,
given some annoyance to Midway   people,   The   readers  of
that splendid magazine in your
tpwn peruse  it with as fine a
discrimination as   do those of
Toronto   itself.    This   I   have
found out to my cost.   The little story concerned that grand
old    character   "Jolly   Jack".
Two    correspondents   of   the
magazine at Midway have censured me for saying thet "Jolly
Jack"   died   in the Old Mens'
Home at Katnloops.   Al a matter of fact he breathed his. last
in his old shack iu   the Boundary   and was   buried by that
noble institution, tlie Pioneers'
Association    of   the    district.
Willi a- deep sense of the terrible sin allow me to confess tha!
I   wilfully  departed fnun   the
truth.   Tlie story was   Action,
But it   was  written with  the
idea of helping  to keep   alive
the memory of a prospector of
whom   the   country should be
proud.    It   is   a    pleasure to
Hnd that it is doing so.    For
the sake of   peace, let me   express regret to the Midway correspondents and point out   to
them that my motives   Avere
good.   There was not the slightest intention to insult tlie Pioneers'    Association   which    so
well looked after "Jolly Jack".
"For the  sake of  art", however, let me protest against thc
demand for accuracy iu fiction.
The late Frank Norris,   in   discussing a problem  in    fiction,
trenchantly remarked that "accuracy in fiction cuts no  figure
at all".   Jf, said   he,   a
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trip time is the main consideration; if a pleasure trip, scenery
and the conveniences and comforts of a modern railroad.
Why not combine fill liy using
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Up-To-Date Road, running two
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J. C. Li nosey,
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Many   experienced   travelers
.prefer
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tourist  sleeping  cars
transcontinental
The
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Paul Railway
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east in tourist cars,  offer you
choice of   routes   and     save
you money.
S. ROWE,
Ueneral Agent.
134 Third Street, Portland
lyTcLEOD & BROWN,
B.uuusTiiiis, Solicitous, ETC,
Ghkbnwooiji, li. 0.
Chas. A. Webster,
Spokane.Wasli.. U.S.A.   Midway,BC
C. J. LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR ano
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY, B. C.
p   M.KERBY
A. IK. Can. Soo. C. E.
Provincial  Land   SuRveyoi.
Spokane Fails Morten
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft, Sheppard
R,VIL WAV Co,
Red Mountain llailway Co.,
Washington & G, I fly.,
Van., Vie&E. By Co.
'flip only all mil route between
points .east, went and south to Ross-
Innil, Nelso'n, Grand Forks and Repuh.
lie. ('onnecis at .'ipnkune wilh the
('•treat Northern, .Northern Pacific and
0. it. & N, Oo, for points easl, west
and soiit.li ; connects nl Rossland nnd
Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.
Connect* lit Nolson with the K. R. * N.
Cu. fill' Kaslo ninl Sloi'.-m polnti).
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ftreonwooil avid Midway B.C.
llnl'IVt cars rim on trains hetween
Spokane anil llepublic,
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14, 1903:
IiOAVO.
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TO CONSUMPTIVES.
Tho undersigned luring boon restored t
health by simple means after suffering for
ovoral years with a severe lung affection, and
thai (lreiiil disease Consumption, is anxious to
make known to bis fellow suH'ers theniiuins of
cure. To! hose who desire It, ho will cheerfully
send (froo of cluirgo) a copy of the proscription
used, which they vill find a sure ouro for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis and ull throat
ninl lung Maladies, lie hopoRall sufferers will
ry his remoily, os It. Is invaluable. Thorn do*
Irlngtho proscription, which will cosl them
untiling, ami may prove a blessing, will pleaM
ddross, Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Brooklyn,
New York.
WANTKD- FAITHFUL I'KKSON TO
call nu retail trade and agents for maim-
factuiii'ghouso having well established business; local tbrrltory; straight, salary 920 paid
weekly and expense money advanced ■ prcv
imi* bxpoiioijco unnecessary; poHition permanent; biisinoossiicoossful. Enclose self add ru«-
swl envelope, superintendent Travelers, Otto
Monon lildg., Uhlcago. f
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.A. M. WOVENDBN. Sec
'At St  John Street,
.y.HitmiL P. 0
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
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Agent i.n Briiish Ctafanuhta,
iiklarav. S. t.
MINERAL ACT
Ortifleate   of   Improvement*
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Jj mi te Xii~ci3B.il   < nw.
SitMte In Uie Osai-octs Xjnmg >Hvijk.a   ol
nOeSfttrtec  Where iocatiij At Ker-
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TAKK NOTICE tbat I. ObtahatlaShh
Groesi. Pre* Miner * CtrtttaOt Na. afiSRI
for *ors*!f Airf *• as**-:.* for SkNiud Bal>r*.-i-
W'eKc Fit* Minn-"* HJntiflcafe So.   sr~ ij*.
island. srHjrrdij^fn-c* li*a«# hereof ;o*>
j*!*- lo She JOaizig R«o.«wr far » Hal -*:i,'-
of lBsprenp-5'rart.s. for ii* $*»»■*■■*• <jf o'xiiiiiac
a Oo*m Gn*l af Ute^ier-? daira.
Aad tnnbtr inke tx>:kv tbtt - icm. khJw
st-rajou Xi. ibjjsI be a*rane*j*cied fcrflm ibe  h-
f-nxvcte af nek CeniSnu* of laap-vmnr-au.
nasaa iids il<e key tit Jsinxry. HilC
C,«»& GREEK.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improrements
KEEfTOwr,Bjc Movrs. Htfxrt Bs-t*   md
Movte Rico MutemI  etnas.
SUaWti*-   li*  Grtmtweoi 9. - :t .  y-::z
et TaJt Ks37*>«-   Wtitn  'iteaiti:   la
Crtezv <.i Ct-i-
TAXXVOTKS thai   L   t«i« R. B*3«k.
ii aftxtr: far Ru>Mv& StanK, ttm *   ***** -
«*,JriM* Vi 3SS5"! M»i -U- -. Si.;,-- Z..:.■_■!.
irnt miairtr't certiiissst So 1V,b: ■;■.-: ■ -,-rr
thamiht*a3ebereot.:**r; - '.*: "-' • -.s
Rnsxitr farC«rti&»*e* -u.' Irjy.-i catM**,
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Uw start fiainm.
Asi teniuee -jtktCitttioi itAtx■•,:,•... -.-e-«r
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wnatBM at *5sc4 OttAiie-Mem tiliyr:... maw -1.
ittiti ste* «& ii*? * ji w-iKj j nn
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NOTICE.
■j-ARE XOTICE -tut; 01 tat *raa 0m «*
I  IrtlWHf I £".T«ld *ir*r *5^tf l* *':^   .":  .-■*     ..r
auiMMM-r of lalnal work* fnr ?<(:r»a»ac
lo tamtam iht Tent i af Snt, '. I»h«mM| S
I»fc;«j: -.^* ::•,.: ■-,-, -/ -*»,■,..-:,t.. ■„»_
E. TC. VL..V...
CtiaAttaa-i An
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS  COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wish.
Tbe school where thorough work is done; where the reascn
is always given;  where confidence is developed ; where Bog:*.-
eeepisg is taught exacdj as books are being kept in business
wfeore SHORimsu"is scientific; where penmanship is at   its
best: where merit is the standard : where the training in Civil Sexvice, Telegraph*?; Ekglish and Cartooxixg wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them     hc«w:o be
successful    No argument is so eloquent as    the record of
things weiJ done.   No mortgage can corrupt,   nc   thiel   can
|bj-eak through and steal the knowledge of Howto Do.    x\ ~tt-~
v a know what a school can do for you bv what it has done ::■"
oihers is it better to trust to iuck?   Is it wi>er to guess?
Eor detailed information ca!!. telephone or write
THE VORTHWESTIRS BtSlVESS COUEGE,
S09 Secocd Ave.. Spokane Was.".,
mwpm®
BlHUiiP'
THE SCENIC LINE
Ibm-stA SASH. Lite Ctty. lt»ix_lt.  j?-:«.;.:. Cz'r.ni: Sfrist* tti D«r.T*r  tot
Ibt FiBMRtt l'.,'Zxy ItscBUi-. >:*Atrj fry D»rSifil Je «ll PeixiA Em*.
3 EASf TRAJ\S DAJLV~ BETHELS OGDEN Affl PEWER 3
Me&ESli   EQiJ(OM£»T, ^THROUGH   PUUJ^Ui    AHO   TC«m8T
£ :•     ASS   m: £.=£ = £    D'i« t>3   CAS   SERVICE
STOPOVERS ALLOWED
.'-ar m.;*s fsi&eFt and' tAk*r
•■Z:~~..v..:r.   i4:r-£!.s
VVC. .MfBRIDE.   Oct.   Agt.
• MTmi«o«t.   PORTLAND, ORE.

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