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SiilMurtptlan price. U.00 per aniiuui. payable
iaAdvaiuie, either yearly or half yearly at tto»
option nf thr mitwcrlber.
AilvtirtMng rate-ment on application
SATURDAY.   MAY 21, WO*.
THE PREMIER'S MANDATE.
The mandate of the people
is an expression often used by
speakers, politicians, and others
in these days when the electorate give this verdict upon important  public questions   by
their votes at the polls.    Hon.
Joseph   Chamberlain   in  his
preferential    tariff   campaign
frequently speaks of submitting
the policy he advocates to the
British electorate for their decision.    Centuries ago. when
the people had no part in the
government, itofconr.se meant
only the commands or charges
of absolute sovereigns and pontiffs.    But   it  has   now   a
new     meaning.    The   Premier in Canada gives a mandate to the House of Commons
and the people.   The word in
its new meaning may be found
' in the last sentence of the following extract from a speech
of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's on the
Grand Trunk Pacific as follows:
Our voire was heeded, the project has  been accepted, and
there it is now for confirmation
or rejection by the Canadian
parliament.   Friend and   foe
must  admit that during  the
last    fifty  years   the    Grand
Trunk    Railway has done a
great deal for the development
of Canadian life.     But it is
nothing but the truth   to sav
that during the next fifty years
the Grand Trunk will do more
for that development than it
has done in the past.    It will
no longer be a foreign company; it will become a Canadian company with its termini
at    Canadian port*  on both
oceans, at Port Simpson and
at Si, John, Halifax and Que-
bee-, and  fifty years from to-
!■ . no.* less then fifty, in ten,
iftee'n or twonty years we shall
have another transcontinental
railway,   every inch of it in
Canadian   territory, with immense terminals on both the
Pacific and the Atlantic, with
the trade flowing over it, not
nf Canada alone, but of Eastern Asia towards Europe, and
of    Europe     towards   Asia.
Thi<5 is 'h_ statement which I
made t j the House; this i.s the
mandate which 1 have to give
to  the   House  and  to   the
people, and I  repeat what  I
said a moment ogo, upon that
policy   of a national railway
from east to west on Canadian
territory, we stand or we fall.
R MEYERHQFF8
Carrying His Majesty's Nails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m„ arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 pi"-
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays. Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 3.05 p. m., and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
Ths best of accommodation for
the convenience of the
travelling public
It. MEYERHOFf, PROPRIETOR.
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AGENT FOR
riitchefl, Lewis & Staver Comany
WHO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
FARMING IMPLEMENTS &WAGO^
CHAMPION MOWERS AND RAKES.
n-wMencr one mile *outh  HADLEY RANCH. WASHi  >'■ °- AiMwwi, Mid*r,,,B
nf Midway.
THE
LONDON OFFICE
NEW YOKK AGENCY
CANADIAN BANE OF COMMERCE.
With Which is Amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
HEAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.
Paid-up Capital,     *8,7.J0,(Kfl
Reserve Fund       'A,M)._ty
Aggregate Resource* (30 No v. 1903) over        K3,0<X),UOg
60LOMBARD STREET. Re
WM. GRAY        \
H.B. WALKER )AgeD,s
16 EXCHANGE PLACK
In addition the Bank has 107 branches and Agencies in Canada
and the United States, including the following in.British Coliim.
bia and the. Yukon Territory: "
ATLIN,   GREENWOOD,   NEL80N,    VANCOUVER (2 often)
CRANBROOK,        KAMLOOPS, NEW WESTMINSTER
DAWSON,      NANAIMO,        LADYSMITH,        VICTORIA
FERNIE, WHITE HORSE.
BRANCHES IN THE UNITED STATES
New York,        Son Fraaclsco,        Portland, Seattle,        Sktiaty.
Deposits received, exchango bought and sold nnd er'eiy description of banking business transacted.
Greenwood Branch
W. ALLISON, Manager,
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north of Spokane will he started
at once. One section is the extension of the Washington &
Great Northern, leaving that
line at Curlew, Wash., and extending. northwest to Midway
B. C, a distance of over 12 miles.
This is another link in the line
from Spokane on to Vancouvei'
B. C. The road follows the Kettle river.   Another section   is
mediate charge of the construction work and of the subcon
tracts. I leave for north tomor
row morning for that purpose,
"Both pieces of construction
wofk are what would be called
kea.vy work, as there is a huge
amount of rock work to be done
in each ease. It will require
1500 or more men to do the work,
and we expect to Ix; able to corn-
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But Hotel
the >ng  anticipated    Granby j plete it by the first of October."
smelter line from Grand Forks.     The announcement that   the
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in Midway
B. C, to the Granby smelter, a
distance of five miles. The
third is the line projected from
Grand Forks, B. C to Phoenix,
a distance of Zl miles,
The last of these are extensions of the Vancouver, Victoria
& Eastern, which is a link in the
contract for the construction of
the Curlew-Midway branch has
been lei came in a dispatch to
The Spokesman-Review lust
uighfc from J. A, Gaughran of
the firm of Gaughran & Woldaon
to whom the contract has been
let.   He wired irom Sank t'ent-
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Curlew to Midway.
The Contract HaS Been Let and
Construction Will Shortly
Be ComatencttL
Work on 45 miles of new
railway construction for the
Great   Northern system alongIcompletion.
boundary! j. W. Stewart T
the    international
Washington & Great Northern cr, Minn. Gaughran & Woldson
line, and the contract for their [have done sevoral pieces of con-
construction was let in St, Paul j struction work for the (ireat
recently to J. W. Stewart of Northern and its subsidiary
Winnipeg. The construction companies in the northwest dur-
work and sul-contracting will be ing the past few years, the most
done under the direction of Pat- recent being portions of work on
rick Welch of this city. | the   Kalispell, Mont.,   cutoff.--
Mr.    Welch   returned home Spokesman Review,
from the cast   Wednesday   ofl ^
ailJt ril WlU lea™  f0I'l    Next Tuesday, May 24th.  *.
Grand forks tins mofnin*   inldining   rom/ot.  ^ ^J,,
House will remain open all day
from tho time of the time of the
arrival of  the excursion train
... ,   , , (10 a, m.)   Meals, and ice cream
mx hne and the Grand Forks- mAjp Pri u> '      ,,  ,
n     u   1.       in*. inane rroui pure cream, will lie
Granby line will be commenced \ Hfirvn(1 . ■ „,'   ..        ,    .      t,
„te..„       1 1      .,.        served at any time dunny the
at once and pressed. rap,dly to dfty,   Ah   UlJ, (]jni      ^ .g
In the interest of, large       ,„„„,„.,, ^ |)(,
Ami] have im- at one lime.
Headquarters For
Railway, Mining,
and
Commercial Hen
connection   with
morning   in j
the    woik 1
When asked concerning the'
work last he said: "The work!
on both the Grand Forks-Phoe- i
I      Rigs
|l   To any part of the
'x Country
^For Guest's convenience^
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p. ANO DISTRICT.
jf Justice Hunter, was a
H> Midwey to-day.
| forget the celebration
Bay next Tuesday, May,
_____________Kr
KEtbel McLaren, of Car
■(visiting her sister Mrs.
■Nicol of this town.
bF. Voight Mining En-
Bf Princeton was a visitor
Bay during the week.
B holding miner's licences
Binded that renewal must
pie on or before the 31st
pall licences expiring on that
Lest week, near Osoyoos
lerre Dennis a half-breed
bile half drunk picked up a
tttfe-anake by the tail which
Urged and bit him between the
He was found lying
us, with the dead snake
iund his hand, by a
iug horses for R. G.
P. who at once went
for a doctor, who on
tried to force whiskey
ie patients' throat, who
to say resisted. ■ Dennis
ted to recover.
I reparations for the cel-
iii at Midway on May 24
re been completed, and
ear's  sports promise   to
[those of any former year.
* number of  horses will
»in each race, the track
lood.  condition,  and all
jof horse racing will have
Iportunity of witnessing a
jgnod    racing.   The base
patches will be interesting
Greenwood and Phoe-
i sending teams and this
_their fij^t  opportunity
son of deciding    as to
iiis superior.   Curlew will
---Mild a good team.   The
jf Attractions will fill in the
mis, making a day of init pleasure.
[W. C.   Jackson,   formerly
r and manager of the Ross
(B.  C.)   miner, returned
^day   from Nelson, B. C.
icured an option on the
i Weekly Tribune, owned
aly by  John   Houston,
and am arranging to
i it to a liberal daily," said
prison.   "Mr, Houston is
oneer newspaper man of
[ootenayt and the Tribuue
oldest paper in southern
h Columbia. I shall, be
I by large capital, and ex-
ito make the Tribune  the
ng   daily  in  the interior
,e province.   Before return-
fib Nelson  I shall pnrchase
linotypes and the rest of
necessary plant.    I   shall
the  paper over   before
1.—Rossland Miner.
MINERAL ACT.
Ideation of Improvements.
*OTIOB.
Entrant) Minmui. Claim.
I1" *• Oioyooi Mining Dlvlilon of
JW«rlM. Whal*. looated: At Camp
'"""CK that !, Obarlo. d. Biol.
Kg. 1-. -   ■"«■-*   i-   i.imnun   uo   diuir
Itfor n Ml,,e^', C*»**H«**« No. B.IBM,
*i„ J ""** H- Cahill, Kreo Miner's
clZ'i. mm> w"'«*"» Hlno Kree
Itllrt . ** No' Mtlt.anA l)an
i bm i  ni'*ixiT inr* trom the date
Ut on'    th<l M,nln* Rtword"*' »* »
ill,.. P ""PWvemontt, for thu purpoiw of
Bf'rtbe?T"L0r»,,t0''he above olalm,
P° » m  ,t nollce th*t *°Uon' undor
Acenr ml _.     °°""»e.i--d  boforo tho
""uchCertlaoau.o, Improvoni.nl*.
^lil, ,2th day „f April, 19N.
C deB. GREEN.
'fft*'].y V^^^-^SrittvVKtr^.yfiyi-s-,,, ■■
THE MOST   DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONTINENT
Through Salt Lake City, (Jleenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver
A Daylight J^ide Jhrough Nature's/\rt Gallery
Passing Castle Oate, Canyon of The Orand ,^Tenf esiee Pass,
Marshall Pus and thef Royal Oorge
3 TRAINS PAIlY Blwm °GptN ANP mm 3
EQUIMCNT  AN0_8_aVIC- 8E00N0 TOtNONE
SEEK   NO    FURTHER,   FOR   BETTER    CAN'T    BE    FOUND
For Detallad^nforaiatlea.t-AMmi
W.C. McBRlOE,  Oeneral  Agent
i>4 Third Street
PORTLAND.   OREOON
DR.  SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phone 06, V. a K.
C.J.LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR and
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY, B. C.
f  M. KERBY
A. M. Can. S'oe. C, S.
Provincial Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Office at G hand Forks.
McLEOD k BROWN.
Bahhistkiis, Solicitors, Etc.
UMKnwooii. B. C.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of  Improvementa.
A Business Proposition.
If you are going east a careful selection of your rout* is
essential to the enjoyment of
your trip. If it is a buisness
trip time is the main consideration; if a pleasure trip, scenery
and the conveniences and comforts of a modern railroad.
Why not combine all by using
the ILLINOIS CENTRAL, th.
Up-To-Date Road, running two
trains daily from St.   Paul and
Minneapolis, and from, Omaha,
to    Chicago.    Free  Reclining
Chair Cars, the famous Buffet-
Library-Smoking    Cars,      all
trains     vestibuled.     In   short
thoroughly  modern thorough-
out   All tickets reading via the
1 Illinois Central will Iw honored
'on these trains   and no extra
I fare charged.
'    Our rates  are  the same  a.s
thoso of inferior roads *- why
not get yonr money's     worth
Write    for   full particulars.
B. H. Trumbull,
Commercial Agent.
Portland, Oregon
J. C. Lindsky,
T.F. &P. A.,
Portland.Ore.
Paul B. Thompson,
F. & P. A.,
Seattle,   Washington.
Mount Aoimr   Minkiui. claim.
Situated In tha Oioyooi Mineral Dtvlson
ef Yale Dlitritt.   Where located:  en
Klnger Mountain.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Chas. deB. Green
an agent for A, Vf. Tate, Kree Miner';
Certificate No. mV.'lul, intend, nitty days from
tho date heroof, to Apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certiorate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown Orant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
suction 37, uiiist be commenced More the issuance of such Certificate of ItuprovouivnlU.
Datod this Mb. day cf May, lOOi
C. deB. UltKKN.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of   Improvementa.
irorioa.
NO. 3 MiNKHai, Claim.
Situate In the Greenwood Mineral Division or
Yale District. Where loeated: In Carmi
oamp, on the west fork of the Kettle river.
TAKK NOTICK that I. John I'. McLeod.
Kruo Miner's Certificate No. ntOMO, acting
as agent for Hobort I). Kerr Kree Mlncr'i Ccrr
tlfleatii No. BSSWOand James Korr Kree Miner's iVrtitlcate No. bMSBO, Intend, sixty days
from the date hereof; to apply to the MlnlnK
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for
ho purposo of obtnitilug a Crown Orant of
•the ftbovo elnlm.
Ami furthor tnltii notloe that action, under
Motion U", must he commenced beforo lhe If-
nuance of sueh Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 13th day of April, 1904.
J, r. McLE 0D
MANAQER WANTED
Trustworthy lady or gentle
man to manage business in this*
country and adjoining territory
for well and favorably known
house of solid financial standing. $20.00 straight cash salary
and expenses paid each Monday
by check direct from headquarters. Expense money advanced.
Position permanent. Address
Manager, 810 Como Block,
Chicago, Illinois.
MINERAL ACT
Certificate   of  Improvements
ffOTioa.
Botchicb Hov   Minkkai,  Claim,
Situate In the Greenwood Mining Division
of Yale District.   Where located:  In
Carmi Camp on the West Fork of Kett
River.
TAKENOTICK that I. John I'. McLeod
Kree Miners' oortiflcate No. tiSO'WO, acting
as agont for Itoberl I). Kerr, Kree Miner's (.'er-
tlili-aloNo. n.n_)D and Philip D. 8. Stanhope
Kroe Minor's (!ertltleat,e Nn. B.WI8", Intond sixty
dnys from Ihodato hereof, toapply to thc Mining
Hncorrtcr fnr Certificate .of Improvements,
for tho purposo of obtaining Crown Qrant of
tlio above clnim.
Anil further take notice that action, under
secilon 37, must be commenced before lbe
issuanco of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this Uth day of April, l!XS,
J, P, McLEOD
'i Riverside Hotel
Rock Creek, B. C.
S. T LABSEN, Prop.
■Stopping plane forSURi's to
and from all Boundary
Creek points.
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Good AeeommodatioD for the .Traveling Public
Tourist
Cars East
Many experienced travelers
prefer tourist sleeping cars
for      the       transcontinental
journey.
The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway
can arrange t for your trip
east in tourist cars, offer you
choice of routes and save
you money.
H. S.
ROWE,
General Ajent.
134 Third Street, Portland
Spokane Falls Mortal j
Railwav Co,
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railwav Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & ft. H. By.,
Van., Vic&E. By Co.
The only all rail route between
point* east, west and south to Hossland, Nelsnn, (irand Forks and Repuli*
lie. Connects at .Spokane with the
Oreal Northern, Northern Pacific and
O. K. k N. Co. for poiuts east, west
and smith ; oonnects at Rossland and
Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.
Connect, ut "M.oii with the K. K. 4 N.
Co. for Kjmlo nml Slocan pointa.
Connect, at Curlew with atuge for
Greenwood nnd Midway 11. C.
lluffet car. run ou trains between
Spokane anil Itepiililic.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14, 1903:
TZCiKETS
-TO ANI) FROM ALL-
Points   East
VIA
Lea vo.
Arrive.
SPOKANK	
6.1a p.m.
10.9) a.m	
.   HOSSLAND	
I.lto ]l 111.
7.20 ii.ni	
.. NELSON 	
7.20 p.m.
10.S5a.Ri	
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A..   JAOKRON,
General Pftsseng
cr Agent,
Spokiiie
Wash.
WANTED
A   man  to   represent   "Canada's
Gjikatest NtmsKRiEs" in the town of
MIDWAY and surroiinding country
uud lake orders for
00B HABDY   SPECIALTIES
in Fruit Trees, Small Fruits,
Ornamentals, Shrubs, Roses,
Vines, Seed Potatoes, &c.
Siock true to name and free from Sun
Jose Scale. A permanent position for
the right man on either salary or
commission,
Stone & Wellington
FONTHILL NURSERIES
ovrr 800 acre.
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SHORT LINE
TO
Spokane, Seattle and Coast Points,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago
AND POINTS KAST
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Fast   Timo   _£
New Equipment Throughout, Day Coaches,
Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Dilung and
Buffet Smoking Library C
Fur Tickets' Rates, folders uud Kull
Inforinatioii, call on or uildr ss
Any Agent of tile Greut   Northern   Railway
:>r write
H. BRANDT, 0, P, k T. Agent
Sl'OKiNK, \V_8ll.
S. li. YKRKEd, G. W.T. A.
Seatti.!,:.
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Wahii.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
Tlie uiulcrsigiicd having been restored
health hy simple means nfler sufToring for
eveml years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease Consumption, Is anxious to
iniike known to his fellow suffers the means of
cure. To those who deslru it, he will choorfully
scnil (free of charge) a copy of tliu prescription
used, which they will timl a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis anil nil throat
and lung Maladies, lie hopes all sufferers wil
rylils remedy, as It. is invaluable. Those de-
Iring the prescription, which will cost, them
nothing, ami may prove a blessing, will please
ddwss,Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Brooklyn,
New York,
WANTKD - FAITHFUL PERSON TO
coll on retail trade and agents for maim-
facturii'g house having well established husiness; local territory; straight salary }J0 paid
wookly and expense money advanced ; prcv
iou« cxpcricnco unnecessary; position permanent; husincessiiccossful. Enclose self-addressed onviilope, Superintendent Tu*Jilers 605:
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