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Vol. 2, No. 3.
MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. JULY, 18, 1903.
$2.00 per Year.
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Peering Binders
market,
The most "Up M Date" Kinde
has yet been found so difficult as to try its capacity.
Peering Mowers
"Decrjiig Ideal Mowers" possess so many genuine points of
excellence as to make them the Leading and Favorite
Mower of the world.
Peering Rakes
Deering Rakes arc
You can save Money and Big Fish bv buying your Tackle here.
NEW GOODS
(ristol Steel and Split Bamboo Rods.
Landing Nets,    Baskets,  Reels,
|Flies, Hooks, Lines, Leaders, Etc.
A. F.THOMAS, DRUGGIST.
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WATERLOO'S DAILY  CLEAN-UP
Averages   $300 a Day  Irom  the
Pive Stamp Mill.
"We we realizing iiliont !fto(X)
h imy from the operation of the
(ivostnmpmillt>n tlm Waterloo,
iti Cninp McKinney, B.C," snid
Denis Cliirk yesterday. Mr,
Clark is (ino of thelargest stockholders in   Waterloo, und  it in
Utlll(l)' his Vigorous   NU|l(M'V,wi(iU
that tli« property, which has
beeii in lm nl straights, Ims hunn
put nu its fuut until it now
ranks   anions   tho promising
gold      pt'OllllClll'S    of      HOtltllUI'll
Ilritish Colttinliiti,
"We lire taking out ore only
in development." continued Mr.
Clark, "1111(1 ure treating about
iO tons a day, (Jf tlte rubies
]i_()0 a day is being saved on the
plates aud $100 a day is ^j*»iti-_.
into the concentrates.
''The development includes 11
raise from the 250 to the Kill
foot level, nnd another from
tlie 150, to the 00 foot workings.
A winze, which was sunk i'roiii
the 150 foot workings for 50
feet showed a tine body of ore.
nnd the raise from the lowest
level is being run to connec!
with it,
"The property is working
ubout '20 men, mid we have
sent up an tissayer, who wili
;ake charge of the sampling ol
ihe mine and will remain
permanently.
"Tliere is a streak of high
grade ore from two to four feel
wide running from $150 to $_<•('
a ton, which ' extends eletn
through tlie ledge. We expec!
to mak'e shipments of that cnidr
ore as soon as we can start the
stupes. In addition to th;.*
rich stulf there is six feet of
gnod free milling ore, which
will lie treated on the ground.
"Ninvc taken 1111 interest ii:
ilie Fontenoy, an tidjoinin-.
property which abuts the
Waterloo close tothe Waterloo
workings. The Waterloo vein
is plainly traceable into tin
Fontenoy. The latter company,
which is largely composed of
Victoria (11. C.) people expects
to start operations shortly
through the Waterloo workings
at the 250 foot level."--Spokesman lie view.
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More  High Grade Shipments.
1). W. MeVicar has received
from Nelson the returns for a
car of ore from the E. P. V,
mine, situate within half a mile
of Greenwood whieh has lust
week Ment to the Hall Mining &
Smelting company's smelter in
that town. The shipment continued about 20 tons. One ton
showing free gold and telluride
ore, has been sorted from the
lot, and this returned 19.25 oz.
gold and IU oz. silver. The remaining li) tons gave 5.10 ui.
gold and il oz. silver per ton.
The net returns, after deduction
of freight and treatment
charges, was $2211, or an average of about $110 per km for
the whole shipment, which left
a clear profit of about $1,200
after payment of all costs con
ncctcd with mining and haul
ing to the railway. Work is
being continued iit the E. P. U.
mine with ton*men on the pay
roll.
The Gold Pinch, which adjoins
the E. P. tf. is now getting out
some fine ore. This in being
carefully sorted and thc expect
rttlori in that when a carload
shipment shall be made it will
give equally good returns to
those received from other high
grade properties in tho neighborhood.
BOUNDARY MINING.
j operation.   Mr.'pulerwas  also
  asked abyut the probable  coke
A Large Number o(,flen Employed [ supply by that time, and said:
at nines and Smelter*. I    "At present we have a   good
Over a thousand men are now' K«pply of coke, considering tlie
directly employed iu the inineH!«l,,uu'*tCOI*-'»-K.«» from Fairfax,
and smelters of the Boundary J Washington, and more is
country, and the indications are arriving every day, so that for
that this nunilier will be con-j the present we are all right for
considerably increased in thejtour furnaces. I notice that
near future, if the smelters, now.'jMr. Tonkin, manager of the
all in full Wast, can secure tlie j Crow's Nest. Coal Co., is report-
necessary coke to keep, them e(l to have stated in Rosslnnd a
running. This the Crow's i'ekt jfew days ago that by the Hrst
people have promised this week of September   he   will  have  a
through Mr. Tonkin, the man*
Coutinuotis supply of coke -for
ager, who visited tlie Granby »H the Hinelters in the province,
smelter on Thursday.   Not only
have'the low grade mines, tlie
largest shippers, a considerable
number oiutlieir respective'payrolls, but the high grade properties cut no small figure in the
total of those employed.: The
following is a list, approximate,
of the mines, with thi) number
at the larger, properties varying, of course, from time to
time:
Mini* No. nf Men.
Granhy min*-*.  KM
MntlM' Lnili-  Inn
Siiimnhm* j,..., IIMI
Sunset  ":.'".   14
B.C. mine    4H
Kniiiui    'it
Uni lli-iiui n     S
Klkliiiin .I.i
Province   ,'   4(1
Aiht-lstan     i'i
K. I'liirilitm t'liiiiu.         It
Gold I'iiieh ....     8
Misci'lUiii'iui*.   HI)
SMKLTKUS.
Gianhy ..;2an
.ilmher Unit*.. , .'I|ll
SntiSKt  Mil
Total.
Boundary ore shipment* last
Week show au increase of over
;i,()00 tons over the record of
the previous week, , the two
largest shippers. materially in
creasing the recent average
output. This is due to the fact
that all of the eight furnaces in
the three Boundary smelters
are being operated this week to
their fullest capacity, con
sequent upon heavier receipts
of coke. from east Kootenay
und Washington collieries.
• A new mine added to,the .list
bf Boundary shippers last week
id the Oro Denoro in Summit
camp.
The shipments
respective mines
follows:
and will even have to look for
an outside market for the
surplus. Should this prove lo
betheense, we v.*ill have no
trouble in keeping all the six
fui'nuces in blast for tin iiiilfiti-
nite period, as we can readily
get ore enough for twice that
number at dur mines, and we
have all the. power we need.
The only thing require!] is
plenty of coke,' about 300 tons
daily for the six furnaces. Of
course, the operation of these
furnaces will also require a
larger force of men in our employ at both mines and
smelter."
October 31. will be Elec ion Day
from     the
were   as
Tons.
Uronby milieu tn (Inuiii)- -inciter 7„W
Sniiwnbnn to Gminwnod and Muimct
inin'liera -'•--.  I,'*0
Mother t_id.i! In Orwnwooil amulli'r    '2.M2
Slum ll In Sniimit mnelter.    I.81H
II, ('. mine In Siiii-cmiiieltoi1     630
KmniH to Oranhy nini'ltcr    Mil
AilmlMnn tiiSniiwi Hinulter.    I*'
Om llenora la Sininol mnelter      HO
Tnlnltorweuk Vl, «S
Tntnl for your to iluti-, ttAfSa tmm.
Tin' (Imnhy rniwltur thU week iri'iitwl  S,»l
tniw, ninkiiiK 1*1,0112 tnini tuilntii for IHO.
Two More for Granby Smelter.
There now seems to bo every
probability that there will be
six furnaces in operation at
the Granby smelter in about
six-weeks, or by the Hrst of
September. In fact, the two
additional furnaces now being
installed by the :-,Grnnby company are expected to-, be .completed and ready for placing in
blast before that date, making,
for the present, a complete battery of six furnaces.
H. N. Galer, of Gravid Porks,
assistant manager of the
Granby company, who has been
milking a visit of inspection
to the company's mine in
Phoenix camp, stated that all
the machinery of every kind for
the two new furnaces is now on
the ground, and the work of
erection is well under way, so
that there seems but little
doubt that in the course of six
weeks they will be  ready   for
Vierouu, July 10.— Today's
Gazette contains the formal
proclamation fixing the date for
the issuing of the new writs,
which takes place today.
i There also«ppears a proclamation for tlie nominations,"on
Oetober 15th. Elections will
therefore • follow about ' two
weeks after and will, it is understood, take place October 31st,
' The postponing of the date of
the elections until the last of
Octolier is explained by members of the government, at* essential, in order to illloW' tithe
for any appeals lieing taken
from the court of revision with
respect to names on the voters
list.   :
-.The following returning Officers have been appointed for
ihe elections iii tlie interior :
Nelson, City, Robert A. Hen-
wick ; Rossliihd City, Richard
Wallace Armstrong; Kaslo,
Win. Henry Walby; Ymir,
Robert M. Perdue; Grand Forks,
H. C. Kernan ; Greenwood, Geo.
Cunningham ; Kamloops, E. T.
W. Pearce ; Yale, John McRae ;
Slocun",' Bobert G. Henderson ;
Cranbrook, John Hutchison ;
Columbia, J. W. Devlin ; Fernie,
Jdhn S. T. Alexander ; Revelstoke, George T. Newman.
Express Their Appreciation.
The following letter was received ' froni the Silver Lead
Miners' Delegation expressing
their- appreciation of the support tendered them in attaining
a bounty on lead.
Ottawa, Out., July Sth, 1003.
Bilit.ni', The DisrVrcu,
Midway, B. 0.
Deal' Sit,— J3ef(ne li-nying Ottawa,
tlie British. (Jiiliiiitiiia Silver I.niid
Minci's'Dcliigntinn dissire ni pitliliuly
exprnHtt thHir appreciation nnt (inly nf
th« act inn nt the Government, in ac-
('luting lo their it'i|iie«l.for a lioiinty tm
lead, Iml, alsn nf (lie unvarying sympathy and cnnsideiaiiiin whieh they
havu received frnm the ineiiiliers of
the Oaliinet during tlio necessary Investigation of this important question,
Tno great credit cannot lie given to
Senator Templeiniin and our British
Colunihia inemliers, especially the
ineiiiliers for Yale-Caiihoo, for their
unwavering nuppnrt of a cause whieh
We ate coiifldent, will work as much
to Iho inlerest nf,the provinec an a
whole, ns to the mining districts in
particular.
Yours faithfully,
John L. Kktai.i.ack.
Chairman, Silver Lead Delegation. C. M. CilOUSK Alitor nml Proprietor
Published wwkly Rt MM nil), Ik tf,
Snlwcrlptlon iirlic, ti.<u per annum,poynble
•dvannn, eithur yuirly nr hull yearly nl the
plinn nf the subscriber.
Advertising nitiw sont nn «pplle*llMi.
SATURDAY. JULY 18, IWM.
Register your vote now.
After August Uth no applications will be roeoived. On
August 31st the several .courts
of revision will be held to finally
Kettle and determine the list
| At tho convention held at
Greenwood last night, J. R.
Brown, barrister, was chosen
standard bearer of the liberals
for Greenwood riding in the
approaching provincial elections.
Hon. A, G. Blair, tnetnlier of
parliament for the city of St.
John N. 18., has resigned his
position, lis a member of the
cabinet and minister of railways and canals ou account of
his inability to agree with col'
leagues on the railroad policy
of the administration. Mr.Blair
has announced his intention of
supporting the government in
the general policy.
CHEWING
TOBACCO
BBC A USE It is the liest quality
BECAUSE It i« most lasting chew
BRCAUSK it is the largest high grade
Hlnrav.plug
BRCAUSK the tags are valiwtiii* for
pre iniiiniiliU'l Jan.I, 1/06
BECAUSKyoiif dealer Is axybuilvfA
to refund yonr   money
SOME TOKY REPRESENTATIVES AND THE PEOPLE.
Hon. flfrr. McDonald of Victoria, B. C, in a speech ih the
Dominion Senate on the Act for
restricting Chinese immigration
said in part:—"Now, who are
the class of people that demand
this legislation at the hands pf
the government ?   They are, of
course, the white labor, union
labor chiefly.   Does union labor
,at the present moment deserve
anything of this kind?   What
is  union   labor doing?    It is
crippling our industries, it is
retarding progress, it is doing
everything    to    injure  every
country  wherever   the  union
stands. They go beyond reasonable bounds. They Are not satisfied with fair wages and a fair
number of hours to work, but
they must try to control everything and have it in their own
hands.   It cannot be denied that
union labor does a great deal of
harm and injury to the country.
N ot only to this country but to
the neighboring states where
millions and millions of money
have been lost   through union
strikes  during the past year.
Do they deserve this legislation?
Hnd they   showed themselves
ynn are hot sittlsftitl.
THE EMPIRE TOBACCOCO. Ltd.
tact themselves, and we might
yet be in a position to appeal to
them to protect us.''
Possibly the following telegram may have hud some influence with Hon. Senator Mac-
doiiald.:
Victoria, B. C, June 4.
Senator Mackenzie Bowell,
Ollawa.
I ohserve from the newspaper* th*
S-nale in earnestly considering pr<>-
posrd Chinese heart lax of USUI.
I'asmge nf the Art imposing n .tax
uill nnl l>e in the ino ri sir. of industry
in this piovince, and wili pHiidirlii
the aggres»ive lalsir unions which
have already lutralyj-i-d nil pminessite
undertakings here.
(Signed)      J.VMKS DlNSJIl'llt
Senator ... Macdonald is well
aware that the great majority
of the people of British Columbia are in favor of further re
strictiou in Chinese immigration, but apparently he cannot
understand that the musses have
any right as against the classes
Thus we find a Victoria senator
a champion of the classes, whil
some Conservative senators
from the older provinces express their sympathy for the
people of British IVIiimhin, nml
vote for the further restriction of Chinese. All of which
goes to show that pure and unadulterated Toryism can at*
WafflefSumlttt Victoria,      \
THE LIBERAL PLATFORM.
The liberal platform, us
adopted at the provincial
liheral convention held' at Vancouver ou February 7th, 11)08, is
as follows:
1. The immediate redistribution of the constituencies of
the province on the basis of
population but allowing a
smaller unit of population per
seat for the outlying districts.
2. Government ownership,
Dominion, provincial aud mun
against combines aim t.t'iis£|
nnd|f necessary for the purpose
build and operate smelters.
and refineries.- No reasonable"
change should be mude in the
mining laws without full notice
to all parties interested, giving
full opportunity for discussion
and criticism.
8. As the province can only
advance by the settlement, with
in its borders of thrifty and
prosperous citizens, and as
Orientals never become citizens
in any proper sense of the word,
we declare it to be the duty of
tlie government to discourage
Oriental immigration and employment by every means with
ih ito power, and we appeal to
onr fellow liberals throughout
the Dominion to aid us in our
efforts to protect ourselves
against the ruinous competition
of men having a standard of
decency and comfortiinmsensely
below that of civilized peoples,
and who shirk every duty and
obligation of citzenship which
the law will allow them to
escape.
0.. The government ought to
prevent the waste and suffering
caused hy strikes and lock-outs,
uud an earnest effort ought to
be made to provide some means
of preventing such strikes and
lock-outs, and we approve the
adoption of compulsory arbitration.
1Q: The fiscal system of the
province stands iu need of revision. Taxationshould hear upon
privilege rather than upon
industry, and no addition should
lie made to the debt of the
province except for public works
properly chargeable to capital.
11. The retaining of the
resources of the province as an
asset for the benefit of the
people and taking effective
measures to prevent the alienation of the publicdomaiii except
for actual Ikiihi fide business or
industrial purposes, putting an
end to the practice of speculating iii connection with the
■innie. '   ■ •, ■
12 The. construction and
maintenance of roads throughout the province to aid iu the
development of the mining and
agricultural districts.
ust _«th the lllinow Central will
sell round trip tiejjtet* from Oregon and Washington point" to
Chicago. Cairo, Memphis and
N„w Orleans at GREATLY
REDUCED RATES.
tickets good for throe
months. Going limit ten days.
Returning limit ten days after
starting west. Stop over privileges either wiiiy, west of the
Missouri River.
Sale dates are arranged tobe
convenient for delegates to conventions of National ideation-,
al Association at Boston! Elks
•it Baltimore; Woodmen at Indianapolis : Eagles at New York;
Shriners at Saratoga; Knights
of Pythias at Louisville and
Commereial Travelers at Indianapolis.
You Can take your choice of
Sixteen Different - Routes.
Write us. We will cheerfully
give you anydetailed inforinatioii you want,
B. II. Tkumiu'U,
Commercial Agent.
142 Third St.
Portland, Oregon.
SO YIARr
IXPBRIINCI
THA0_ M*RM
OlIMNS
COPVMOHTS AC
msf
Anna* nn Jim • rtHrti snd dMCrlntt-in r,
•ntolilr _***ninln our opinion free whether
ftiTMilVm M r»r.<babljr pMnin-bla. f omnium
IMMIMI-Ict!
imt free.'
r-".undent lei
fommontm.
' oa PeteuU
  irt e**ncrte_teautat/muau*.
I'-tenM taken tRrotuib Mnnn A to. rtc»l»f
-will nmUtt, wllbnut ekme. la lb*   .
Scientific American.
* -iin-lHimttr llhwtmHMl wwklr. Ureen rtr-
relation o|aiir wHarntmn fn1-1*. *•*•}••,"•
reiir: (oormonltu.il. 80I1I brill nii-wlmlm
R.
j^STAGEta
Carrying Mis Majesty's Hails
Will leaVe MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays ami Saturdays, at 8.30 a. in., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p. m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m„
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m.,and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
The beat •! acoommodation for
the oonvenienoe of tho
travailing publlo.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
i
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Whioh is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,700,000.
HON. CEO. A. COX, Pres.
RESr, $3,000,000.
B. E. WALKER, Gen. Mgr.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate  of   1111 pro-em ent*
deserving of thin, then they i«*ip»l. of. public services of
should be entitled to some con-! utilities is sound and should be
sideratipn, hut under the con- carried out in British Columbia.
ditions that exist, they nre not j ;{. Should it be advisable at
entitled, nnd Chinese' labor nny time to grant aid to a rail-
ought to be a kind of 'set off way company such shall be in
against strikes. But what do'cash and not in bind and no
we find? We find the union so j bonus of any kind shall be given
expert and so clever that they | without definite and effective
are getting Chinamen now to means being taken to safeguard
join them in the unions, so that the interests of the province in
they will have a monopoly of the management of the rand,
labor, and when the white man control of the freight and pas-
ntriki-8 the Chinaman strikes Monger rates, and provision made
with him.   That is one of the against si»ch railway having
xrtyrxomt
P.   A.   Ml.VMlM. ('-.AIM.
Situate In tha Oaoyooi Mining Division
Yale Dlilrlet. Where looated:
Krugar Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK thnt I. (I. dell. Ilromi, ji,
HKiint fur A. I,. Hradurlvk. tree miner'* rir
tiOciito N'u. mtlBlnnd fnr Geo. Frederick.
tree initiurV . cert Monte. So. n&SJOA Intend
■ilxt-- iln)* from thu iliuo hereof, lo npply
to 'tin- MliiiiiK Itwimlir for n Cerllllriili
ol lliiprirviinr'iilr., fnr the purpowuf uliluin
ink n L'riiwn (irnnt of the Above eUltn.
Anil further Ute noliee Ihot netion under,
seetion .17 iniiKt.lH) eoiuiiieiieud before the Inmii-
mice of mii'h ('erUltiytte of Improvement*,
luted thin Mth iIh)- of June, IIMI.   .
C; dell. ORKKN
TICKETS
-TO ANI) FKOM AM,-
Points  East
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
Spokane, Soattle and Coast Points.
St. Paul, Miooeapslis, Chicago
ANII POINTS KAST
2Tr*tniOu'Vy O
-"■•»■*  TO aaa a  __
Now Equipment Throughout, Day Coaches,
Palaee>nd tourist Sleepen. Dinlr t and
BulTat Smoking Llbnirjr C.in.
1    Kur TickoU' llnlim. KnMera nnd Full
liifuriumliHi, null nn or nil.lnr-w
Any Agent al the Ureal Northern  Rallwny
ir write
A. II. .I. IIKNNISTON, 0. W, I*. A.
Uii Klril Aveuiiii. HkaTh.i, Wash.
W. ALLISON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
conditions »t present."
ln this way did tbe Hon. 8en
ator show his want of sym
piithy with tho laboring classes
any liability against it except
for actual cost.
4.   Immediate    construction
of the Coast-KiNttenay railway;
MINKRAL ACT.
Oertiflcnte   of  Improvements
of British Coliiniliia, and utter the Cariboo railway; n railway
disregard of the report of the from Alberui to a point on the
commission oppniuted to in-; enst coast of the Island; a road
quire into the subject, and the'h* the northern part of the
wishes of the people of British province from the coast to the
Columbia ns expressed from'eastern boundary with an ex-
tiino to time through the legis- tension to the northern bound-
lature.    VVhile it is generally ttry; the railway from Venion
II. II. nml IIkookmnk Minkhal  Cuimh.
Sltunteln Um Kottlo lllver MlnlnR lllvlilon
or Tola Dlitrlot. Whara loontod:  in
Commonwealth Camp.
TAKK NOTICK Hint I. Kurl-i* M. Kerhr.-M
nn «-*elit for Hubert S. Ilny«r<, free miner*
rcrlltlr*tii No, Hlttnu nml Hindi Iteed free tnln-
nr'*i eertlllciitu No, itmUl, Inlrnd uhlr dnya
from llm date bur int. lonppl-r In the MIiiIiik
llecorderfiirnl.'ertlfileolo of linprovoiiimit-i,
for the purnniie of uIiIaIiiIhk it Crown Qranl of
tho nlmvo eliiinm.
And urther mice notlve thnt netion. under
nectiiSi Tl. iiiii.i  be coiiiuhiucuI iM'furu Ihe
1-i.imiici'olmiirli liitlllniir nf liiiprnrmnetilii
Initod thin. Illlli du-' it Mnr. 1MB
KOItllKSM. KKItllY,
Agent.
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD, MINING AND COMMERCIAL MEN*
The
understood that the people of
the eastern provinces nre nnt in
favor of restricting Chinese Immigration, some of the Conservative senators supported the
Act. Senator Poirier said
among other things !~-"I have
been in the habit, since I came
to the Senate, of voting on all
measures according to their
merits, or according to my
ability to discern the merits from
my point of view. I cannot
view the question either, from a
Liberal or Conservative standpoint. I sympathize with my
honorable friends from British
Columbia.   They wish tu pro-
to Midway hy north fork of
Kettle river; with necessary
branch lines, ferries and connections.
5. The enforcement of the
net now in force compelling the
scaling of logs by government
settlers.
0. That such legislation
should be enacted as will result
in making the lands included in
the various dyking areas available for cultivation as quickly
as possible and secur** prompt
payments of assessments when
due.
7. That the government
should keep in touch with con-
Ticketi at Low Rates to the East,
' VIA
The Chisago. Milwaukee & St.
Best Hotel in  Midway
Will be on sale at all ticket
offices on June 4th and 5th,
June 21th to Mth, inclusive;
July 15th and 10th, and August
25th and 80th. .
Tickets good for going passage for ten days'from d«t*. of
sale, with Onal return, limit of
90 days, from date of sale.
For further information address
H. 8. Howe,
General Agent.
Portland, Oregon.
Crowell's Hotel
Rigs to any pait of the country for yueit's convenience-
iy
TwxrtTrrr.jiajui* juia
•aaa.Oui.*
S. A. CROWELL,
PROPRIETOR L T, Larsen, of ftoek Creek,
^in town on Friday,
i ty*, Mcljaino, of Green wood,
■ii in town on Wednesday.
Vni. Powern, of Grand Forks,
1 in Midway during the week.
L.,,, B, K. Stevens, of Green-
d, is staying a week at the
h(«Klii*,e-
■rn, K, Klkins, of Greenwood
Lending her vacation at tin
Lsliire here.
fnii, Richard McBride,  Pre
I,, of British Columbia was
Ijilwny oh Thursday.
l'lwi«K Ethel McLaren,    and
I,, Huffman, visited Mrs. Jas.
lirol last Monday and Tues-
Charles    Watts,     of
Lm. in spending n few days
the   I-aiicashire  House in
{town.
I). Cuniiinghani, and J, J,
Id, arc on a horse  purchas-
jtrip through tho Okanagan.
(lin     Melville,       returned
irlnst night,  after spend-
two    mouths    iu    the
[niiK'ii"-
.mid Mrs.  Armstrong, of
on, |iiissed through Midway
lliiimday in   route   to  the
illfiinicen.
Delia  Mathison,    who
| Wit visiting Miss   Sadie
ker of this  town, returned
I on Tuesday.
ljiiisseii|?eroii the inrtnniii'*
\i  Friday reported liiivin^
$150 while   coming from
kiii to Midway.
A. (). Mcllue hits resigned
I pnntomte of St. Coin in I i'n
Uiytt-rinii cluiivh, Giwti-
InI, totnkf lip eiillege work
(Calgary, N.W.T.
, C. Irving and wife of Koss-
|il, viuiteil Midway during the
f*k. Mrs. Irving is spending
k-eck on Uie ranch owned by
(ring nml ruin.
H). F. WillianiH. represent*
V.R. Brock & Co., whole-
■ fry gorids omit gents fnrn--
litigs, Montreal, paid Midway
pit during the week,
i number of Midway Liberals
fended the' convention held
(ireenwood Friday evening
house a candidate to run in
| Liberal interests for Green*
xl riding,
innes Davidson, of Hock
jintiiin, visited Midway
Irsday and Friday. Mr.
pidson states thnt the crops
very promising in Jhh(
t of the country.
obert Kerr, who resides on
ranch three mile up
kntlnry creek reports thnt
bliuroiis fumes from the
riidnry  Falls   smelter   are
ntly damaging his crops.  •
f i's. S. T. Larsen, and dnugh-
tlys,of Hock Creek, ac-
Ipnnied    by  Mrs.  Larsen's
V.   Miss    McGregor,    left
onlay,       for       Montreal,
igo,   and    other eastern
tits.
ran Ross nnd wifo, of
joiiwood, wero visitors to
j*'«y this week. Mi's. Ross
lending a few days at the
fUMhire, whilst Mr, Boss is
a trip through the
|l!t»mr*en.
li11 "tilted that the prospect*
"° Midway-Vernon railway
receiving nnancinl aid
in the Doniinion government,
j btvorablo. H, 8inailes,|tif
pnwoiHl, is atill in Ottawa,
I'lvorihg to further the In-
*ts in this direction of tho
■""tors of thig undertaking,
poonwood Miners* Union,No.
Po*!M.,i« preparing to
j» wlebration at Greenwood
V"K«st 10th, that date being
| anniversary of the institu-
1 °f tho union nt Greenwood,
stated thnt the Kootenay
llw,ly men have very con-
pciiitclyftrranged to postpone
Nino week their excursion to
pland, ho as not to clash
]T 0|,«on wood's celebration.
|Tho marriage has boon »«-
|f»icod of the Misses Butler,
»for «bout six years were
Anyone wishing
to purchase horses
will find it to iheir
interest to inquire
of J. A. COULSON
one and a half miles
from Midway, or
Dispatch office.
residents of Greenwood, having
removed to Chesaw, Washington, last year. The double
ceremony took place at Chesaw
ou the 5th instant, when Miss
Maude Butler was married to
P. W. Lover, of the Mother
Lode mine, and Miss Pearl
Butler Ui Stanley Hmalley, of
Chesaw.
During an unusually severe
thunder-storm last Saturday
Hve horses were killed by lightning on the Colville Indimi
reservation, jii't across the line
from Midwuy. They were
owned by T. Graves, who states
that from the appearance of the
dead iinimals tbey must have
been standing together in a
bunch, ns horses do whilst flies
nre troublesome in the summer.
Only one was much burned, but
no doubt the same lightning
flash killed the Int. Tlio same
dny a tree ou a ranch near Midway but in the opposite direction, was struck, tbi! loud report of the thunder ut tbe time
making residents fear that
soin^thilg serioint had happened inthrftown.
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
For Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Frea.—No Money
Required—Every Man. Wo*
man. Boy, or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
In onto to hare Dr. Arnolds Kn-*
li«h Tnlin PIH» fiat-ed In Ihf liniitU of
nil -m-i-hohh Milfi-ritiK from luul li-nllh
we tank* tho following mort linenil
olfer I—
If ton will wml n* yenr name "'"I
■i.tilrM- wid ««r<'« '» arilfar '■' twelve
imxra of Ur, Arnold» Kinclmli loxtn
|-lll(i atSSTr. In'rlmi, w* will ijive ymi
absolutely Fret ■ beautiful Watch
and Ckalnin either Ladle* iir (ifills
site, or ymir ehoie* of twenty other
premiums snoh anHn** art* of Jewelry,
Iting-'. Violini, Mnlidolini. T.n .Set*
Sateen 8kirU. Csmenla. etc,   He in-
he, we ioo'l want any momy until
after -on wil the Fill« and vou don't
hnve to §ell anv moi* than 13 Ikii*i-« tn
gel the piemhnna. Thin in atame Hd-
offer from a HUM* concern that Ium
•tiven thonwndii of ttolli-.rn worth »f
premiums to aicmU all o'er the eniin-
trv Hetnenitier alwi that t»r. Arnold »
Knilish Toxin I'illn an- a well known
remed* for all diwaw-. of the kidney*
and bladder, Bright** disease, dial-rles
rheuniailMii, n-rvom trroihK anil
female complaint', and are for aale hy
»l|«r<tela**dniBthilaand denier* ti
allparlMifthe world. Ymi Mw only
to ahnw Ihem •■• wil them. \on ate
notoffeiinu nontethinK that the people
don'l. know, Our watch** are the
regular atandanl »lr,e for I-ndiej or
r,«ntle..|.'n In Nhkel or Out. Metal
Ca*w with haitd«ome illntmnaied dial,
and HUM* tini**ke*|*«ra. watches
■uch i»a nn Udy or Renllemiin need ie
«»lmn.ed io carry, and they will he
*„nt ah..'lnlely Free lo all who *el
onlv twelve hoxe* of those wonderful
Toxin PHI". Wri1* M "■"* ■ihI '*lh''
flint In yonr lorallt.y Ui earn one (if
thiwe lieantlfill watch** and chain. A*
Mion a* we receive yonr lettw ot po«t
card we will «end yon noat. paid twelve
box**, toiirthcr with out llhi-itraU-d
(laUlogii* and heautlfalW colm-ed caiil
with yonr name and addre** on a* out
imtho'rlxed atrenl, Wear In mind thai
you will not h» a»ked ie wil any mote
than th* is hex** and w* doe t want
any momy until aft*r yon have *ol<
them. We hear all th* expeimc and
,,re only making thi* lilieral offer a* ii
method of advertlalng llr. Arnold'*
Knglish Tnxin Pills, lion't delay,
write at once and earn a heaut tfnl present for yourself far Christmas.
Address
ARNOLD MEWCINE CO., Dept. 118
joAdelelde St- Eaatjoronto, Ont.
^u.ri-Duonroa
* *
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Executed to the Satisfaction of Customers
Wphh      BICYCLE AND
▼ T V/W MACHINE REPAIRS
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK
M1DWAYAND
GREENWOOD,
&
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
Imported
"SENTINEL"
No. UOfl, Eii|r|i»li   8t,iul   Book.
By "HAWKEY" Out of
"FAIR RENT"
Will j-thind nt Rock Creek
Hotel   for  service   of   inarm,
SEASON  OF 1903.
TERMS: $15 for the season,
$20 to insure, $0 to be paid at
time of service.
"SENTINEL"
is a seal Brown, stands lii hands
2iii(-ltuK, weight 1100 pounds.
As may he seen by reference to
the pedigree, this horse comes
of the hest blood of tlie English
throughbt'i'd and was seh-eted
by Col. Dent of the British Re-
inoiint Department purpiwely
for Uivudiug to Cantidiaii inures
with the intention of producing
remounts mid high class driv
ers. .
Free Pasturage for Mares.
For particulars apply to
11. S, WTTEXnif Kill,
Hock Creek, B. C,
J^JcI.EOll A BKOWN,
BVBHIHTKBS. .SoMCITllBS, ETC.
Ohkknwood. H. C.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER. INVENTOR. DESIGNER.
Spokane.Wash,. U.S.A.   Midway, B C.
C. J. LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR and
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY, Bi'.C,
p# M. KERBY,
A. H. Can. Soc. C. B.
Provincial Lanii   Sukvevou
AMI
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway and GtocKNWnoii.
Reduced Summer Excursion
Rates.
The Denver & Rio Grande,
popularly known as the "Scenic
Line nf the World," has announced greatly reduced round-trip
rates from Pacillc Coast points
for the benefit of teachers who
will spend their vacation in the
Eust, andof delegates to al) the
prominent, Conventions—N. E.
A., at Boston: A. O, P. W„ at
St. Puul; B. P. O. E., at Baltimore; Woodmey of America
nt Indianapolis; Eagles, at
New York; Mystic Shrine, at
Saratoga Springs; K. of P., at
Louisville, and T. P. A., at Indianapolis.
Tickets at the reduced rates
will he based upon one fare for
the round trip, but will be sold
only on certain days. These
ickets will carry stop-over
privileges on the going trip,
giving passengers an opportunity to visit Salt Lake City.
(tlenwood Springs, Colorado
Springs and Denver: and will
lie good to return any time
within ninety (00) dnys. Passengers going via the Denver
& Rio Grande are giving the
privilege of returning via a different route.
For the rate to the point you
wish to go, and for dates of sale
and other particulars, as well
as  for   illustrated  pamphlets,
writ*
W. C. MoBRIDE, Oenerol Agent,
124 Third St. Portland, Or.
Commercial Job Printing
-AT-
Tt)i- Dispotc
DR.   SIMMONS,
"'' ;" "i1entistv" ";'
Rindkll Block, Gkkknwooo.
PIkiim. 98. V. ft K.
J. S.  HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADF. FOR CKR-
TIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
ANli CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
Spokane Falls &Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington ft 6. N. By.,
Van.,Vic.4E.Ry.&N.Co.
The nnly nil rail route between
-mints end'., xve.l mul rxnttli tti Itiws-
iiinil, NelMin. (irand Forks anil Hepu'i-
lie. ('nnneetu at S|Miknne with tin-
(lien) Northern, Nnrihi-rii I'ltt-ilte and
0. tt. k N. (!o, for points east, west
and smith i uoiinectN at Kon.laml and
Nelson with thn Oanadla'ti Pnellle Uy.
( oniKKt. nt NeUnn with theK. K, * N.
(Jo. for KiwIh anil Nlwiin |»liita.
I'oniieeln nt   Cnrlow  with  «(iib-> for
Greenwood Anil Midway II. V.
tlur fit earn mn nn tralna lietween
H*mki!tip nml Repnblle.
8FFECTIVB NOVEMBER 22, 1902:
liesvo.
Arrlvn,
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IX.
JL.  J-vOKSOH,
Uiairral Pn-nunxiir Afent.
Spokajic Wa-h,
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK that «l ilajrn from tho date
linrair I Intend tn apply t« l.hn  Chlrl Com-
iiiiH-ionor af l,nnd» anil Work* fnr pcrinlMlnn
tn plirohane Md acre- of land In Tnwnuhlp Rl,
O'oiron* llistrtcl, taiulnnliig at a pn"t on the
north boundary   nf(\  ilroim't   prf-umptlnB,
thenee north in chain*, went sn ehalnx, mulli
in chalnH, rai>t m rhainn.
|l»lod thta 28th day of April, A. tl„ IIKI.
It. W. HEAVES.
C. doH. OREEN, Agont,
T* WALKER,  PROPRIETOR.
Boooks,
Magazines
and Stationery
AU the best   brands of Cigars and
Tobaccos kept in stock.
KFBRANCH MONEY ORDER OFFICE OF THE
DOMINION   EXPRESS  COMPANY
11
|$3 Rock Creek, B. C.
S. T IAB !))   1 up
Ntnppinc lilticfl foi'Stiij-eB to
ml fioni ull Hoiindary
l!r»-ek point«.
Good AeeomiBodation for the Traveling Pule.
Smoke
The "BARRISTER"
Cigar
Manufactured by the Hilda Cigar
Factory, I. Blumenstiel, Proprietor,
Hamilton, Ontario.
The "MURISTEir is a Hand Mude, Union, Make (itrnr.   It is
4 J iiu'liex, full sizi! and i." made out of Pure Havanna Filler and
the very Choicest of Sumatra ivnipjier.
B^
THE SCENIC LINE
Through Salt Lake City. Ltndvlllo, Pueblo. Colorado Springs and Denver and
th« Famous Rocky Itouninln Sconoiy by Daylight to all Points East.
J FAST TRAINS OAjLY BETM^OGDJj^ANDD^EK 3
MODERN    EQUIPMENT,   THROUQH    PULLMAN    AND    TOURIST
SLEEPING   OARS   AND SUPERB    DINING   OAR   SERVIOE
or rates folders and other
Information, address
STOPOVERS  ALLOWED
W. C. McB,(ll)H, (let). Agt.
124 THIRD ST.   PORTLAND'  ORE.
i»»»»!»9»»»»»W»»*».i»»:»6!»:'*9!»9»*i»»J»»»9:*:e
li
9
*
9
9
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
Markets at: Gret-ti wood. Grand Forks, Phueiiix *
ta
.   , m\d Midway;
««««CCCM«4lM«««««CC«««««C«C«C««««CC«««««C«(i««««e«««t*
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Tn,Thntnnii Murray, ol Ymir, ai.nl M. J, M»r-
iarlr.lAUinf Ymir. B. C.
Hum:
Ymi are hurcbv imiltlml that I bave
•x-Mimlnl Ono Hnnrtrml Unllurs iStim.il'H i'i us-
sis.m-'nt work nn thn "l.i'ickv .tint"   Ml'. jiI
Claim, -ItiMtn imiir Myers <,i™'l< In tl"1 "r*""-
wood lllliiln-; IHvLinn nf Ynlo IH'trM In llrit-
sh ll'iln mhla.tn hnld saW elnlm for Iho yonr
onding OcUilMir, Mill, l»U. ami a -furlher
suntofOimlliinilroil Ihillur. iflio.isil Inaiwos-
sment wurk tn hnld mild olalm (nr tho yonr nml-
in-tOo-aher Wh. MB. »i«l I""'1-' furthor n-
pended Ibo sum nf Kiye Hollars ®SM) In recording wild nwemtmont* In order to bold said
claim umlor tho provisions ol Section'21 ol
tho Mineral Act,
And II within ninety dnys after tho |iuhl|.
cetlonofthlsmillue. vou, or cither ol you fall
or refuse to pay or contribute ynur portion
of tho expenditure required uiuler Mid s«-
Hon 21, that is U> say. the said Tlmmns Murray In tho sum of SM.ttl and lho said M.J.
Mnrlarly hi the sum of KB.ffl, ti«elhor wilh
-mr portion nf llll costs ol advertising, tho
Inlerest of such ol ynu as (all nr refuse to
contribute yonr portion nf said expenditure
and costs of advertising, shall hoeome<*\'iisto,|
In Ihe sunsertner (ymir co-owner), under so
tion I of the- "Mineral Act Antondntcnt Aot
W«i.
'Ihtted at Camp MoKlnnoy, 11. (!., this 23rd
day of Jun«. IM.  Last Issue Sept, 27th. ItWl.
.1. A. DAI.ANriKtt.
Jlonry Nicholson, Notary I'uMlo.
TENDERS.
Estate of William Edwards, Into of Camp
MoKlnnoy, 8. C, Heceased Intestate.
TI'IN'liRKS will tie reci'iveii by Ibe under-
signed up to iimiti un Ibo22tul. July, rUJl,
for Hie piircbnse nl llm fullowinit ml oral
elnlms and mlnltig' Interests situiuo near
Oiuiip MoKlniiuy. In Ihu (Ircenwimil Milling
lllvlslilll nf Ynle :
NnrlhHInr Mineral rialm, Cmwndratileil.
Nest Kgg Mlnoral Olalm.
Trlippor Mineral t'lalin.
Illghlaml ('liter Mineral Olalm | interest.,
Sunset Milium) Olalm  ! interesl.
Slnumlli Mineral Cliilm J inteiest.
'All persons having olainia ngninsi lho snid
estate are requested lu tile them Willi tlio
undersigned boforo tbe '.Mini duy nf July. i'.s«
and nil persons hulebieil tothe snid estate aro
required tuiunko piiynienl (nrtliutth.
1IKNKY Mi:lll)l,SON.
Atlmliiislmlor.
('ninii Me.Kinnoy, June. mill. Il*«.
TAKE NOTICE
That He bays from tho dale hcienf, I Intend
tn imply tn tho Chief Commissioner lit Unds
nml works for permission to purchase 100
acros of land being the south west. I of Seotlon ffl, Township If.
Dated this tilth day of May, 1»0.
H. W. Yates.
C. doll, Green.
Agont.
•tmammmHtstaaaamimiiimmtkhm^kooHm,.' ■  -'iimjmSSi ,
It wiil bo the most important Bailway Centre in tie
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in the centre of 9
rieh Mining, Stock-Baising-
faeturing, Goal Producing,
yon rieh.   It is not
a speculation, it is an in-
I
• • •
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
Midway, the coining railway, commercial, wholesale and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle Biver
and Boundary Creek Districts, is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek and Ketlle Biver.
The leading aside oce
town in the country, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply, aid surrounded by rich agricultural land.
A. M. VVOVBNDEN, Sec.,
!«) St John Street,
Montreal, P. VL
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
v. M cutirsK.
Agem tur Ki-rii-.li f'liliniiliiii.
.Ui.lv.ji,, ll. t'.
©h* p*patrij
* \l « ■ w
Saturday, .hjni? is. imw.
All the voters' list hitve been
cancelled, and everyone   who
wishes to vote at the approaching provincial election must reregister his vote.    Tliis should
be attended to at   once.    Tlie
qualifications for voters:   Applicant must be mule sex, 21
years of  age and a   British,
subject; resident six months in.
the province and one month
immediately prior to' date of
application   in   the   electoral
district  where  registration  iM
desired.   Applications for registration must lie made on the
proper  forms   and   must   be
sworn to before one of the following officers:   Justice of the
peace, mayor, reeve, alderman,
councillor, notary public, collector of votes, provincial con-
Ntiible, government agent, government assessor,   milling recorder, deputy mining recorder,
judge of any court, stipendiary
magistrate,    municipal   clerk,
municipal assessor, postmaster,
postmistress, Indian agent, commissioner for taking  affidavits
in the supreme court, registrar
of titles,  deputy  registrar of
titles.   After being subscribed
and sworn to the applications
must be sent or handed to the
collector of votes—for  Greenwood  riding,  W. G. McMynn,
mining recorder.
AMERICA'S
Edltonlly FmHcm.
Conslflently Republican.
N'cwii from nil nf the world-WHI
written,, oHkIimI «t-irlcH-An*iwcni
lu queried- Artlelcn on Health, lho
Home, Now Hook*, nnd on Work
About the fiirhi mul Gnrden.
«••
The Weekly Inter fleean
In a member of lho AmmdJitoil Prcn*.
the only Western N'e-vjipupur recetv*
IliK the entire lcli*i*m*ililc at xx. mrv*
len of the Now York Sun uud HpucM
entile of tlie New York World-dally
report" from over i.m*) xpeelul cor-
reopondentH tliniiinlinul the country.
YEAR   ONEOOUAR
Rul-M-rOw for THR DISPATCH anil
I'he Weakly Inter Oci-ini one yenr
Inth paper* fur •ii..'>0.
■
SJRAYED.
Came to the pwnilwH nf the undomlKued.
nun white cayuw, with glunri eye nnd branded
—•—, on right hip. Owner can have mine by
paying tho cont of Ihlit ndvcrtlwinontnnd win-
terliiK, othei wlm if not elMmed within J*l
dnya the name wl'lbo Hold to pay expensen,
C. W. IIOS5IKR,
.,, Kock Creek, 11. C.
______Ur___BSbOK^B..
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rilen Wanted it it tz
To sell for the large Fonthlll nurs rtes.  Appll
cations should be filed at once.  Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
Stone & Wellington. \
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■AeftihlH'itt
Body Recovered.
The body of J. Sueksmith,
mill owner, who was accidentally drowned in May last year
in the Kettle river six miles below Grand Forks, was found
last Tuesday at the head of the
Cascade dam. It -was identified
by means of the clothing. An
inquest was held. After investigating tlie Circumstances of
the affair the insurance companies paid over tlie insurance
to the widow of the deceased.
NOTICE OF FOBFEITURE.
To A. W. Boyd or any pomon or pcroonn to
whom you tuny hnve irniwfoitcd ynnr jiitorent
twin thc "Morning' Kmotlnnnl Mlnernl clnim,
hit imto in Camp McKinney, in the Oreen worn
Mining IHvlHion of Ynlo likirlct.
You are hereby untitled Mint 1 hnve expended |IW2.*l in order lo hold tlm mid mineral
claim under thu provUImm ef I he Mineral Act,,
that you Khould contribute WIG?, an ynur portion of tho mid num. fnr your undivided one
third Intercut In mid claim and if within no
day* of the flint liMurtioil of tho dnte of thh
notico you fell nr refunc to contribute tho Hum
of $.11,HM which in now duo by you, toiiother
with all cokJh of ndvcrtlHltiK, your luterent. in
aaid mineral cl ilm will bcemno tho property of
the milmcrlbcr under Boctlon four of nn Act untitled tho "Mineral Aot Amendment Act."
WMI.
Dated Uilx 2iid day of June, 1*3.
GWIR0B.M.HKNNKT
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
I1ARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
,   Currents, Rmpberrfes, Strawberries, etc.
Aflne assortment ,Qf Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The turn*! i if Hi-(!i:e*w in pliintiiiir, In, KlliST—in wiiii'i* gmsl Kim k.
BKCnNIt—In |ililiil n« whhi na piwilili' .iflii it In Aug.
".*-'• .'-"
Trees obtained from our nursery ma be planted al
.,      Midway two days after (bey are dun.
Price Hut; nnd full  Information  promptly   given.
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave., Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work i.s done; wliere the reasf"1
is always given; • where confidence is developed ; where H"oK'
KK.Ki'iNG is taught-exactly as books are being kepi in business;
where Shorthand is'sciemific; where penmanship i.s al i-s
best; where merit is the standard : where the training in (-1*'
11. Skrviok, Ti'Xi'oftAi'iiv, English and Gmtoqimwi wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them     howto be
successful.   No argument is..-so eloquent as   the record w
things well done.   No mortgage can corrupt,   no thief call
break through and steal the knowledge of How to Do.   When j
you knbw what a sched can do for you by what it has done '°r'
others isit better to trust to luck ?   Is it wiser to guess ?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
.    .    , 809 Secocd.Ave., Spokane Wash'
in
The Dispatch.

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