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 ®W ePUWttil   P?P-lJf
Vol. I, No. 31.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY J7, 1903.
$2.00 per Year.
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JANUARY
CLEARING SALE
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IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK BEFORE STOCKTAKING, WHICH
OCCURS IN FEBRUARY, WE HAVE DECIDED TO HAVE A GENUINE
CASH
KILLED AT
. BOUNDARY FALLS
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%
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I
REDUCTION
SALE
Dry Goods, Mens, Boys
(and Childrens Clothing,
and  entire Shoe Stock
This is a rare chance for you to purchase Re=
liab.s Goods at Eastern Prices.
Call and examine our Goods and Prices.   You
are welcome whether you purchase or not.
J. MCNICOL.
James Lajdlaw met death
at Sunset Smelter
Is Supposed to hive Caught his
Hand between a pulley
and Belt and was
drawn in.
•lames Laidlaw. employed at
tlie Boundary FiiIIh smelter,
wus accidentally killed at the
works early last Saturday
morning.
Laidlaw was working on the
night shift in the sampling mill,
and went to the upper floor to
soup a belt that had heen slipping. Twenty minutes afterwards another of the men
found a mitt and part of a boot
on the lower floor, and went up
to see what had happened. He
found the body of Laidlaw entangled in a four-foot pulley
and being carried around with
the wheel.. The wheel was at
once stopped and the body removed, but life was extinct. It
is supposed that the man's hand
was caught between the belt
and tlte pulley and the deceased drawn in. Tho body must
liave beeri whirling about for
' '" an hour before tlie fatality
iliscoYcred. The deceased's
is were broVen, his skull
lied and flesh cut und bruis-
ti,,. vlnirau'i. uttend-
I'ortun-
years
and applications for more than i eminent the necessity of gi ant
ono sample for one household
cannot   he entertainod.   Those
of
Samples will be sent free
charge through tho mail,
A pplicatioiiH should bo addressed to the Director of Experimental Farms, Ottawa, and may
lie sent in any time before the
1st of March, after which the
lists will lie closed, so that all
the samples asked for may be
sent out in good time for sowing. Parties writing should
mention the sort or variety they
would prefer, und should the
available stock of the kind asked for be exhausted, some other
good sort will be sent in its
place,
Wm, Saotdem.
Director Experimental
Farms.
Ottawa, Dec. 22,1902.
The   Rossland Board of Trade
Favors Increased Duty
on Lead and Lead
Products.
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1 CLOTHING 1
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BOOTS
&
SHOES
AND
Certainly It's Cold
But good warm Clothing will keep you warm any (.t
clay.    Don't go around shivering  in cheap, shoddy >,■
* Clothes, but call in and get goods that   will defy  the ■$
•if I'A.
I winter's chilly blast.    It costs but very little more, and |s
I besides you will look like something in an    up-to-date ss
era «. ,.' ° * :•;
Suit fof Clothes or Overcoat.    Purchase now and en- $
joy the winter, it i.s liable to last a long time. w
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on us.
A
tn in 0oud
As to where*to buy your footwear, ca
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» trial purchase and you become our regular customer. £,'
prices combined never fai1  *~ '■*
ii..
lowing the violence
ihe death of tho un
b lunik.
Dcei
id w
only
■n
of age, a steady and intlustriou
young fellow, who, with one of
his brothers, worked more than
two years at McPhcrson Broth-.
its'sawmill at Boundary Falls
until the mill shut down last
yoar, and had been oniyloyed in
the smelter for about six
months. His parents, brothers
and sisters are living at Grens-
fell, N.W. T. Dr. Foster, district coroner, had a jury empanelled Saturday afternoon,
and the jury after visiting the
scene of the accident and viewing the body, adjourned further
inquiry until Monday morning,
when they returned a verdict
of accidental death whilst in
the performance of his duty,
and exonerated the Montreal &
Boston Copper company, at
whose smelting works the accident occurred, from all blame
in tho matter.
The body was taken out on
Monday's train for Gronsfell
where interment would take
place.
At a recent meeting of tlio
Rossland board of trade the
following resolutions were
passed:
"Whereas, The silver-lead
tiiti.' owners oi' East and West
Kootenay, some forty or fifty in
number, after a conference with
tlie smelters and refiners, held
a meeting at Sandon on December l!)th, 1902, and passed unanimously a resolution favoring
increased duties upon lead products.
"\yhereas, A committee of
B.ieli <-'ul miners, of the stnelt-
erfe und of tlie united boards of
trade, have started cast for the
purpose of urging the Dominion governnient to give them
protection as outlined in their
resolutions,
"Whereas, We helieve relief
to the lead mines, and increased activity iu these properties;
will create a demand for large
to-bilge, wi (
iron ores of R
ingthe request of the cotunit-
tce, now on ils way to Ottawa,
representing the silver-lead
mines, tho smelters and tlie
united boards of trade,
"The secretary is instructed
to forward copies of these resolutions to lhe ministers, the
senator, and members of the
Dominion parliament representing British Columbia, and lo
the press al (he Coast and East
en Canada."
Mining News.
It is* h ted that the gold-quartz
vein thnl,!). Wife Vicar is opening up in: the Lancashire fraction near Oreenwood, lias widened to tliroa feet at about JiO feet
depth in the prospect shaft being sunk on it. Tlie first car of
quartz ore to be Shipped from
the Non Such claim, one of the
Republic group situate near
Bound-try Falls, since R. C.
Longley commenced work on it,
reached tho B.C. Copper company's smelter tho first cf
tit is week. A car of lower
grade ore thrown out from
the better class ore shipped to
Trail from the Providence
mine, has been sfriit to tho
Boundary Falls smeit^r, the
freight rate to Trail on litis
poorer qiialtty of oro being too
high to admit of its h°<ng Sent
there It «•> estimated that the
grosii returns will be about "'i"*
per ton in all values, which is
low in comparison With the
first class ore, which usually
ruiis fror.i 13:00 to $1.0 per ten
clear of the freight and treatment rate oi'flS'per ton.
Work Started on Zala M.
F. W. Rolf, of Rossland, Ims
completed arrangements to
commence operations on the
Zala M. claim, iu Sheridan catnp.
Twenty ine-.i will be employed
during the winter, and it is the
jiiii low gradei intention to keen Several teams
and, which are j pn the road binding ore to tlio
Kettle Valley  Lines.
J. Fitzwilliams will be superintendent and have entire
charge of tbe development of
tlie property. He i.s well
known as a capable, energetic
mining man, having been foreman oi'the War Eugie mine at
Rosslarid for a number of
years.
I Good quality and low
k give satisfaction.
to i®
'£
you ore goin
^GROCERIES?
tno
g t© K«o
Year's m
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AT
1 HAIN & CO.
=       To economise during 1903, thebest way  of car- F-
| rying it out is to purchase ) our groceries from us, we £f *
) it, in fact we will guarantee that g£
are placed in our hands,   be- m
:hl
?•*:
¥::_,
1 will help you to keej:
I it is kept if your orders
I cause our prices for choice,  fresh   Groceries are sue
I that a saving of many dollars during a year is ei
lected. ►;.
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Samples of Choice Grain for the |
Improvement of Seed.
By instructions of the Hon.
Minister of Agriculture another
distribution will be made this
season of samples of the most
productive sorl s of grain to Canadian farmers for the improvement of seed. Tho stock for
distribution is of tlie very best
and has been secured by the
Director of the Experimental
Farms from the excellent crops
recently had in the Canadian
North-west. The distribution
this spring will consist of samples of pats, Spring wheat, barley, Indian corn and potatoes.
The quantity of oats, wheat and
barley to be sent this year will
be sufficient to sow one twentieth' of an acre. The samples of
Indian corn and potatoes will
weigh three pounds as heretofore. Every farmer may apply,
lint only one sample can be sent
to each applicant, hence if an
individual receives a sample ol
oats he cannot also receive one
I of wheat, barley or   potatoes,
now unprofitable to mine in connection with copper  smelting.
"WhereaS, The prosperity of
the neighboring town of Trail,
where are located not only complete copper works, but lead
smelters and an electrolytic lead
refinery, is dependent upon securing an adequate and regular
supply of lead ores, which they
are unable to do now, and a.s
the prosperity of Trail means
prosperity to Rossland; therefore, be it
"Resolved, That we, the Rosslnnd Board of Trade, do heartily endorse the action of the
silvel lead miners of East and
VVest Kootenay, and we hereby ' number of cai
respectfully urge upon the gov- tothe Granby
The Zaia M. is 1
largely owned
by Canadian   ca]
i'tjilisjs.    who
have   done   sevi
jral   thousand
dollars' worth of
work  on (lie
property. Af one time consid •
erable ore was hauled from it
to Midway for sllipinSnt to the
Trail smelter, and  last fall  a
oad.   were sent
smelter
TOOTH TAL
f£verytime you visit
reminder about the value
We often forget this advi
still it wns good advice, and wellm
you of it and suggest that you taken
play of
your   dentist   li
of a Ij ■-
co when payiit|.
int.
gives   you
itti) prop
the dentist
Permit mc
00k at my
1 gentle
ly used.
iis   bill,
to remind
window (lis-
T@©th
T
o
Brui
>th Wash
Ao Fo Thomas
Tooth Paste
the T@@tf}
Druggist
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immawtmmvmm 0. M. 0H0U8K li'.ilm mul riorriclci
1'iililisliinl weekly lit Mill.uy. II, Ci
Suliscl'illliiHJ   |ll'irl', SjilHI |irl'll|r|mllt, lll.Mrl |i
iii iiilviiiu'o, riilici' yearly or half ydnrly nt tin
o,ji: in nf Hi' siilisrrilicr.
A Ivbi'tUlng rate, mini, on iipiilii'iiilun.
8ATUHDAY. .1 ANU ARY, I", 1IKH.
It is not very often that com
mon sack's are smelted to secure
gold values, bat this is being
done with those containing concentrates from the North Polo
mine, itfl'tj' Bump ter, Oregon.
The sacks aro smelted for the
purpose of retorting the gold
that arlliores to them.
1 §' ] MIDWAY NEWS
Books    ( DEPOT
lfi__aZillBS   J THOMAS WALKER, Proprietor.
,        S      All the best brands of
811.        C Cigars and Tobaccos  kept
} constantly on hand.
r.htinn.rv   /      Latest shades and pat
auwiiiiiiy  f terngof Wa|| papep now |n
f stock.
r \ Seventh  Street, Midway. (. y
wMM
P. BURNS & CO.
It
tmmammmm
Barbors, as  a rule, are possessed of a wonderful flow  of
language and are, as well, capable of imparting   knowledge,
though not as reliable, as  thc |
Encyclopaedia Britannia.   Next
to the drummer  they  can rehearse more anecdotes and tell
more  funny stories than  any
whom we como in contact with.
Their   orations do not always
assume   tlio   style  of a Lord
Chesterfield, but for  constant
talking      they    are    without
a  peer,  and   for   finding out
private   matters and personal
history  tbey   would    put   to
shame a life insurance  agent,
No barbsrof our times can consider himself equipped for his
duties   who does not, for   instance,  know   better   than hi.
customer   what  ids  customer
wants.   He  must be   prepared
to tell tbe man in the chair that
his face i.s getting too soft or too
hard, and in either case a massage treatment is the thing he
ne.iils;   that unless llio  moustache   is singed   it-   will   go
t>  pieces;   thai his hair needs
trimmihg    around   the  edges;
that bis scalp need.*, a ahiutnpoo ;
that unless he attends to  it at
once tlie hair on tlie top   of his
head, which is now very  thin,
will come  out altogether, and
tiie only possible remedy is tlie
barber's own  hair tonic, price
ili'Z. per bottle, and if lie is on to
his job he will add that to you
it will only be $1.50 and he will
then remark in thai confidence
whisper, peculiar to tbat line of
artists, that the reduction is only tb a vory few of his best cus-
tuners.   Moreover a barber of
out' times   must   be a   shrewd
r ader of character, and should
know how to open a (ouversa-
t.on wilh a new customer.   He
should be able to talk about tbe
sports in vogue at the different
seasons of the year, and if sports
do not appear to awaken  the.
interest of the man in the chair
he should be able to talk about
politics, tiie referendum, what
caused   tbe    drop   in   copper,
whether there should be a protective duty   ou   lead   and   all
matters pertaining   to the advancement   of  the   town.    He
should be able, on occasion, to
discuss the Ven/.enolu question,
lie should   hold distinct views
on   how  tho difficulty affects
the Monroe Doctrine,   whether j toyra for   tin
President  Monroe should  evei
§ilPlpM§L.l
A   nullum-    Intnl.:   i,  ..
Miliviuikci* k Sl. I'niil linilwiiy.kumvii
nil over lln* Union as tlie Grenl Hull
wny iiiiiniiin; Ilie "PloNEKlt I.imitki.
tin ins I'vui'j' day uml niulit hi'twi'cn St.
Pniiliinif Ohlt'iign, uml Oliniha untl
tJliicniti), ''Thr nnly |n.'i'fccli trains in
tin' ''iii-lil." Unili'iKiiind : (.innd'
tiiuis mi' made wiih ALL Trutisc.n
liiiuiiiiil Linns, nsr-iiriiiK to pasHBligW
llm lii'si   sii'viui* liiinwn.   Liixuiioiif
Clllll'lll'S, I'll'l'tl'il' lighlH, SU'lllll    lll'lll, III
n verity eqinili'd liy nn nilin line.
Sun Unit ymir tick, t t. nils via "The
Milwaukee" wlnn Kiiing to nny poinl
in ilm Unii.i'il Stales of Oililadit, All
i.irki'i ngentssbM iliftu,
Fnr rates iimnplik'ts nr ntliei  intoc-
inntii>ii, iicltU'BSS,
R. li. FORD, U.S. RoAVH,
Trav. Puss. A|*l.. Uonernl AkoiiI,
SPOKANK, WASH.       I'OKTUNll.OU
HlGhEST |
PRICES 1
■OlltIV 1
CASH' i
returns!
.^.:2^-Mrit^fte:North.'.; MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.'/
■^•^r^I^.f ^^RI^E^FOR   CIRCULARS     ....,••,
Trade Marks
Designs
it-..'       Copyrights 4c.
Anvon. . ruiUnit aRhot.1i nnd drscrlntlnn timy
qulclcly imnortiitu our opinion ttm wneUior nu
liuii. 'tnelly coiitliliMitliil, Htindbook on I'ntunla
emit free, uidti. t num.. y fur noourlnifp'ttonU.
I'ntcnta tuki-ii ilinniuli Munn & Co. rocolre
tvcclal notice, wit limit chnmo, iu tho
*   *■        .»_»* .    mm.., AAAt
mMm
Carrying His Hajesty's Halls
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. 111., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at s p. m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. ni,,
reaching MIUWAY at 1,30 p. 111,, and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
The best of accommodation for
the oonvenlenoe of the
travelling publlo.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR^
I
ill
SIS'
i.
[l^g^^^^^^^^^Si
H'ctai notice, mi mm. _....-»_,	
Scientific American.
A hnndpnniply llludtrntod weekly. Lnrpaat dr-
I'lil.'iiiin. of -my sen-null, Iimrmit, Terms, |3 a
your: lour months, $1. Sold by nil nowsdcnler..
MUNN £ Co.36,e'-d-a- K3W York
Branch Office, (86 Y SU Wiuhlnmon. 1>. C.
CROWELL'S
HOTEL...
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
Markets at: Greenwood, Orand Forks, Phoenix
and Midway.
TICKETS
-TO AND FHOM ALL-
II POINTS EAST VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
OOOOOOO
Headquarters for Railroad,
The Mormon Temple^
The   Mormon temple   nl   Suit.
Ei'ike Oily.i.s r\" dmiM the must suh
•inliiini uinl will I'oiistriii'l.ill I'l'linlml-J
I'rtltli'i'In Lir.-VniU'il Sink's, It  inn. In
l.lii'wnrlil    t'rii'iioi-stoni' Inirl   April 0.
IX5H, cup >t(H'f April (I. , 92 and di'ili-
n iU'(l Api il (I, 1SIM. over forty vein*.- of
r iiiisuini I ilmi-liciiif* ciinsiiitni'l   in  iis
"inslriictinn    'llii* iiuitfiiiflci'iil Hirudin, ad tret Ium*. llKlfivt wid". Is Iniili
I'liiin-ly of Until «Ilill1 utTiiiti', li**initi
fully cii.iv-(l. symlinlic of the Mnrmini
r.iilli, surinininlMil hy   six  I.ovvhi.,  the
lii(*licsi MtiRiWOfNHt from theKfonnrl
siip'iiirbing n iironze Rtmiiu of llm anu
i-t Mjirniii.    Tii • ij'sl of   iliis  linililing
isitlioiit $11.11 Irl.lilll   Tin-en mv   m.ny
'ithcrnl.iructions ni. Suli Luke ("ity ol
InleirRt   to iln* H-Hvi'lcr or   lourlsl,
whi-iv mliiy nm*   lte Well H|>.nt.      re
Uioliijinilr- is the only   Ti'»n.-*conti
iictittl I'linte pilsalnit diii'.tly through
Sun Lukfl Oily, where n slop-iiver is
nllowPtl im nil ilnsses of tickets.   The
service nf the Uio tir:iii(l" linen   is nn-
excelled,   Three t'llitls liiily hetween
0(?del| und llenver. cu eying nil fills
se.i of iiii.l'-rn i>(*nipini nt.   If ymi   nee
cnlllciliplatillg   n  trip   lo   the    Knst.
write the. iind*rsiniieil fnr iiiformxlion
rc>*n.riliuii I'ii'im via ilie I'Hi'enie line of
the wnrlil:''   \V. (!. McBride, Genernl
Agent,  i\l. .).  U iche,   Tnivvlinit Pus
scnircr Agent, 121 Third Si., I'urtliind,
Oregon.
AMERICA'S!
Edltorally  Fearless
Consistently Republican.
News from nil of the world-Well
written, ou^hm. 8torics-Ani.w(!r_
In {|iR'rieH- Artlcloa on limit)), Uio
Ilfiinc, N'ew ItookH, ami nn Work
About thu Kiinn ami Garden.
Mil.
[The Woekly Inter (Lwj
Is ii motnhcr of thn As .o_i:it_rl l*ro..,
tho only \Vo»torn Nuvvs|mpor roceiv-
iiiK 'ho entire telegraphic news sorv-
ice of thu New York Sun mid special
ofthlenf thu New York World -dull)*
repirla from over '2001) special correspondents throughoutlho country.
RON E DOLLAR
Snlrsiillie TUB DISPA'rrH mul
The Waokly InterOconn one ye r,
Imth pil|icr» fnr •2.J10.
SHORT LINE
TO
St Paul, Duluth, ninneapnlis, Chicago
AND POINTS KAST
ThrouRh PalAou uml Tourist Sleopore
lllnliiK unit   Buffot   Siiuiklnit   Ubrury  Cms
DAILY TRAINS j KAST TIMK J SKRVIOK
AND HUI'.NKIIY liNKlJUAI.KD.
Kor ltiilcs,  Kolilera uml  Foil Information,
cull on or u(lilrex°,
H. BKANDT, ('. IV kT. A..
.  701 \V. Riverside Avenue,
Spokane. Wash.
A, B. C. DKNNISTON.O. \V. p, A.,
S.Arrt.K, Wash.
NOTICE.
NOTICK TS TIKKKMY fJIVKN that the
Miilway ard Vernon Itnihvay Conipany
will juiply lo the I'arHaiiieiit of Cuoadu at its
next Sesshii) fm- an act dcolatfnK lho railway
und works which Iho Compfttiy has boon authorized hy the legislature of the Province of
Hritish Columbia, to construct, to ho works for
Hie ifi-aeral advantage nf Oanftdn extending
tho time wrlhin which it may construct tho
same, find diving \n the Oompany such po .vers
asto maintaining am! operating or deposing
of its railway and works and such other pow<
ers and privileges ns are usually given to Hul-
wny Compauiefiincotrporatedby thqPArliamcnt
of Canada.
Dated at Ottawa, this 18t! dav of December,
A. I).. HKtl
\VILSON SKNK'LKH & HLOOMi'MKUIt,
Sollcitora for Applicants
Mr.GIVl.KIN & HAYH0N,
Agents for Ottawa.
Mining and Commereial Men
<>0COOO<>
First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel,
.m_m.emmf.m.f.{..
,   S. A. CROWELL, Prop.
ifyj
A s A't i. a t AA -i*t t•■_'t * »-4-li'1 .-k*-!**J +*+*)(-*ti .4'i 1 AtAll -i-
l  We tave added greatly to our j I
fiontiona of the art is conoerhed
mul were it not tlmt lie (teen
itnifilly visits it neighboring
iiur|)ose of in-
creasinn' his revenue,and by so
have introduced such a ques- doing gets the habits, modes of
tionable bill and, having passod life, family history and private
io were the people of the Uuitedi matteifs of the men in the two
to adhere to this tov/ns slightly mixed lie would
1837. lie ! Ik ahove the average a* regards
possessihg the desired know
'.edKeoo requisite tothe success
btates wise
time-honored act 6
ought tobe   well infor hied on
the strength of   the    dilferenl 	
i —■e&^^^^ma^m
armies and navies -this furnish- of oui' modern barbel
es good material for an argu- —■	
ment, and a good barber would; why yon should imy
rather have a good argument
than money any day, If he is a
thoroughly qualified barber,
that is losay a ninii who has
served .bo-full time to qualify
him to handle the razor and
scissors with skill, antl not a
novice from some barbering
school, he will (ind out the customer's name, place of birth,
residence, religious views, habits of lifo, tendency to dyspepsia, whether married or single,
what church he tii tends, if he
has ever been tlirough bank*
ruptsy, how his business is doing and how he i.s going lo vole
in the next provincial and dominion elections, We have an
excellent barber in Midway, that
is so far oh the technical quili-
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
BBOAUSB it is the IichI t**n*.lity
BE0A0S1S it. is iiiiisI liiHtiiiff chew
BECAUSE it is the Jwjjjjt high grade
HI tit 25c. plug
BEOAtJSE the lutfi mi* vnliinlili for
premiums until Jan. i, 1905
HI'lllAUSKyiiiii- d»uliT Ih 'iiiihiiri/.i'il
In ii'I'iiikI 'i'l I' iniiiinv
ymi him nm wit.inlli'(l.
TUB l-Vl. IRU TOUACCOCO.l.td.
lhe Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.   -    RES., $2,500,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKER, Gen. Mgr.
HENRY F. MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
This hotel is centrally loeated and Is a stopping place for stage
lines.   Good stabling on the premises.
Only tKe choicest brar\ds of Wif\es, Liquors,
ar\d Gigars at tKe Bar
SIT UATKD AT BOUN DAILY KAI.L8, B. 0.
^ stock of Tyre, Borders, ete., and |
I I
I onr Job Department is now equal:
t
\ to any in the Boundary country. \
:f
We are also in receipt of a J
I large eonsigiimentpf the best j
I quality of all kinds of Sta- J
|tionery, including Wedding J
I invitations and Ball pro-|
I j grammes. >
We prif\tor.good paper,  ar\d \
ir\ tKe most approved style |
LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, j
* NOTE HEADS, ENVELOPES, POST- %
ERS, STATEMENTS, HUSINESS j
I CARDS, CALLING CARDS, BLANK |
I EORMS of all kinds, BILL OF SALE 1
' FORMS   for  mineral   claims,  SURVEY- |
OR'S  AFFIDAVIT    FORMS   for   field I
t t
% notes etc. o
A Trial order solicited. I
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% ADDRESS :	
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I      The Dispatch,
i MIDWAY, B.C. J
j?WMtyfliit>^l|ilM<ityfrH^
i
i_M__J Mrs.
".Mi** • **** **•** **********
j (-, M<'l*'',,n' of ^""l*   M("
i'n'ney, «'«**«  viKitor  to Mi<1'
1^,-y on Wednesday.
, Mr, mid Mrs. V.   Uiqnhart,
|fNelson, Wash., are   visitint,'
' ' nl„| Mrs. M Meyerboff,
I, W. Heed, ol'   Eholt,
E--ho 1ms been  visiting her sis-
(l|, -jfg, Win. Powers, returned
10im. on Tuesday.
Quito ft number from Midwuy
Attended  the carnival at the
feiwnwood skating rink    last
i|m,.sl|ny evening.
I. F, Musson,   representing
i,fl Mitihell, tk\m & Staver
,,,11-iiuiy, jnachlnery  and ve-
p^eloH, Spokane, was in Midwuy
..iii'lng the week, leaving here
yesterday for Chesaw.
Before Judge Loamy, on 18th
inst., letters of adiiiinistration
H'ore grautad in tho estate of
Tims. Berry, deceased, to Geo.
]{. Niulon, nnd in the osteite of
fumes Luidlaw, who was hist
week killed at the Boundary
palls smelter, to his brother,
olui Laidlaw.
_ Next Friday evening, January
l^lrd, ii masquerade hull will bo
bold in McNicol's hall under tho
management of E, A. Hain and
Jus, 11. Bush, who aro sparing
io efforts to inako tho affair a
mccess, lt is expected that a
urge number from the neigh-
I boring towns will attend.   Don't
i'orget the dato,  January 23.
A curious incident in connec-
Inn    with    tho     Greenwood
mayoralty contest's tlmt both
ispirants, Kulph   Sinailes  und
U'u',1. li. Nadon, declined, on tho
vo of the election, to run.   It,
lowover, not boing in   accord-
n*i! with tho law  respecting
numcipal elect ons, forn candi-
I ito to withdraw from tho con-
i'st within 21   hours from  the
Iuto of the election,   tho   polls
voro kept open on   Tuursday
iii a fow voters marked their
uillnis,    which,   upon    being
.Hinted, showed 31 for Sinailes
mil IT, for Naden, the former
being   declared elected.   It  is
led that Mr.   Sinailes   will
tender his  resignation  at the
li <t. council mooting.
Mis Honor Judge Loamy wns
kept fully occupied during  the
.greater part of tho time County
Court was sitting Tuesday and
Wednesday   with a case   that
was the occasion of one of tho
.eusoiis of excitement, that periodically relievo the otherwise
quiet monotony of life  in the
farming  district  of Anarchist
Mountain,    distant    ahout 21)
miles west of  Midway.    There
is one distinct characteristic of
most     of     the   ranchers   in
that thriving soction, thoy usually take sides, and   when it
conies to giving evidence  in a
court of law the   testimony of
all the witnesses on tho one side
is remarkable for its umanimi-
ty, nnd that of   the  other side
equally ho with the difference
thnt the general  agreement is
totally at  variance with  that
of the other side.   Aud, too, the
district is usually prolific in testimony, so the court usually has
to bide its time until tho moro
valuable nnd Irrepressible of the
witnesses have told their story
in all its carefully prepared  de-'
tails, nnd arrive nt its own eon-
elusions ns n wide experience
of human nature  shall direct.
, The latest excitement to bring
disquiet and  discord into  the
Anarchist Mountain   coinmun-
I ity was an action   brought by
■Stephen Johnson against Wm.
I Lawless us administrator of the
|cstateof   Lucian  Tedrow,  de-
leeased.       Tho   circumstances
llondinguptotho litigation are
[ those.   The late    Mr.  Todrow
owned a  valuable farm,  well
stocked and cared for,at Anar-
[ ehist Mountain.   In June 1000
Mrs. Tedrow died leaving seven
ra_.u.r.nuor WEL
fa         fa
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Rinds of Work Executed to the Satisfaction of Customers
GltKKN WOOD, B. C
j_|> NICHOLSON,
—: Notary Poni.io,
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER
Camp McKinney, B.C.
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
NADEN.-FI.OOD  BLOCK   •   UKEBNWOOD.
Webb
BICYCLE  AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
&
PAINTING
AND
SIGN _
WORK
MIDWAY AND
GREENWOOD.
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
p_ M. KERBY,
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
ProvincIal Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway anii Okkknwood.
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE beiwee
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway. Stage will leave Giten-
wood at 6:30 a. ni., arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at C'uilew
in time to connect with the train for Spokane due 10:45 returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p, ni., upon arrival of incoming train,
reaching Midway at 7:30 p. m, and Greenwood at 9 p m.
Will connect with Meyerhoff's Stage from all points West
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
DR.   SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
I'liiini- on, v. * n.
MINERAL ACT.
Certlflcate   of   Improvements
tlio time of Tedrow's death had
hi. own ranch in tlio name
neighborhood. Ho Ih a hardworking man, in good repute
in tho district, mid in tho capacity of administrator of the Ted- j 8UMCT M|NKKAI (;uiM
row estate has, SO it is generally | Situate In the Kettle River Mlnlni! Division
1 •   1   , .1   1 •„    I   i-     I      of Yale District.   Where located:  Camp
agreed, carried out his duties
faithfully and with advantage!
■cKlnney.
An<
tage i T-AKK NOTICK lhat 1. Forbes M. Kerb)-, nn
ither '      sgentforLytton W ilmot SliaLlord.fnuj inln-
to the orphan family,    imi.i.xxox ■   . -  .
1 J . ere certificate Sn. u!Hi!W. Sirlnuv 0.   0
neighbor, Mr. Johnson, agreed n-.. miners <_rti.cato  s„.
to euro for tho   infant Todrow
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER,
Spokane.Wash.. U S.A.   Midway, B C.
ions,
       ....   hSSUIi. Alfred
Muller, free minerS certificate Nn. BI1M8 m.i)
".... . ....    William Edwards, free Winer's ccrlllUato So,
child, and the rest of  the child-  bIUU, Intend sixty days f romtlie date here-
ren  wore  otherwise   provided'"'• louppirto the  Mining liccordor for a
.    i CertlAoateofl npruvomsnU. for tho purposo of
Johnson was to  havo the , obtaininga Crown Urant of tin-nbovoolaitii.
'   And further lAkc notice that nclion. uiuler
section 37, must  be comtnuncod  before tlie
Issuance of suoh Certificate of Improvements
Dated this lllh day of November, I'.'ri.
Fob. 28. .0R.K8 M. KKRBY,
Agont.
lor.      	
uso of certain dairy cattle and
some  horses.   The   matter  of
dispute   hetween   the   parties
therefore is on the one side remuneration for the fare of the
Infant and for goods supplied to
the Tedrow fnniily, and on the
other for rent of cattle and horses, and payraentof goods supplied,   etc.    Plaintiff  claimed
$2(17.71") and defendant put in a
counter claim for $M(i.(J7.   After hearing  all   witnesses nnd
the addresses of II. 0. Shaw for
plaintiff and A.   M.   Whiteside
for defendant, the court allowed
plaintiff $66.25 of his claim, and
defendant $(Wi. of  the counter
clnim, each side to pay its own
costs.
J. S.  HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
B. C.
MIDWAY.
NOTICE OF FOHFEITUBE
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
For Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.—No Money
Required.—Every Man. Woman. Boy, or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
In imli-r in have Dr. Arnold's Kng
li-.li Tnxin Pill* placed in the hands of
nil persona Bitlfering from lmd hialth
we make llit* following; most liheral
utter :-
If >nn «ill send tm ynnr name nnd
niMres- nnd agree 10 sell for ll.< twelve
Imxes nf Dr. Arnold's Knuh. I* Tnxin
Pills nl25'. (i.I'Ikix, we will give ynn
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch
and Chain in either Ladies nr Gents
si/.e, or ynnr choice nf twenty other
premiums such as line sets nf Jewelry,
Kings Vi"lins, Mundnlins, Tin Sets
Sn teen Skirls, Oanierns, eie. Iteiin-in
lier we don't want any money until
lifter ynn sell the Pills nnd yon don't
hnve Iri sell nny mure thnn 12 boxes lo
gel. tiie premiums. This is h hnmi fide
niter frohl a reliable cnniern that hns
given thnnsnnds nf dnllm. worth nf
premiums to agents all over the cntnv
I ry.    Itenieinlier nlso thnt Or. Al Hold's
Knglish Tnxin Pills are a well known
remedy for all diseases of the kidneys
and liliulder, Height's disea*e. dinliel.es,
rheumatism, nervous   I ton Ides, nnd
fennile complnints, and are fnr sale liy
all Hrsl i lass druggists and dealers iti
all pints nf Ihe world.    Yoil have nnly
to show I hem In sell them,   Ynu ate
nntnlTering something that the people
don't  know.     Our  wntehes  nre  the
regular sliinilnrd size  fnr   Lailii-s  nr
(ieutlemen in   Niikel  or  (Jim   Metal
Oases with hiindsiinie illuminated dinls
jiml    relinlile    timekeepers,   wntehes
sueh as no lady or gentleman need he
ashamed In  rairv, and they   will   lie
sent ahs lutely Kree In  all   whn sell
only twelve linxes nf those wonderful
Tnxin Pills.    Write at mice ntnl he lhe
Hrst in ynnr Inenlily to   earn   nne  of
those lienutifiil wntehes and chain,   As
Minn as we receive ynur letter nr pnst
card we will send ynu pnst paid twelve
hoxes, I nge titer with  one Illustrated
Ontnlnuiie mul hcnutiftillv colored card
with ynnr name and address on ns nur
auihori/.eil agent,   Heat in mind that
ynn will nnt lie asked in sell nny more
thnn the 13 Imxesand we don't want
To II. K. MiU'liull or nny person or persons to whom yon mny linvc transferred yonr
Interest io tn tho "Oald nrop" Mineral claim
situate on llry Crook, on llio Wer-t Fork of
Ketlle Hiver. in Ilie Ketlle Uiver MiniiiK
Division  of Ynle  District.
Yon urn hereby notltleil that I hnve exp .nits] $|nj!..iii iti nnli r to holil tin-sniil mineral claim
uniler the provision of the Mlnernl Aet, that
you shoulil contrihulo $.il.2.1 ns your portion
ot the sniil sum for your undivided one half interest in sniil elnlm nml if within tm ilnys of
the tint insertion of thl- noliee you full or refuse tocoillrihllto thesiunof talrlA whieh is
now due by you, together wilh nil costs of advertising, your interest in said mineral elnlm
will becomo lhe property of the stihseriher
under auction four of an Act entitled tlie ''Mlnoral Act Ainondnloi'l Act." l»«i
Dated this lllth dny of January, II«B.
THOMAS MlltllAY.
Spokane Falls ^Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson 4 Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & G. N. Ry.,
Van., Vic.&E.By.&N.Co.
The only all mil mute hetween
points east, west and south tn Ross*
lunl, Ni'l-nii. (iinnil Porks and Republic. Cniiiieeis nt Spokane with the
fiieai Nmihern, Northern Pacific nnd
0. ll. i- N. On. for points ensl, wnst
mid south ; connects al Rossland nnd
\hIsiiii wiih th- Omiudinn Pniilic Hy.
('nniie*-tH at Nelson with the K. II. A S.
Co. for Knslo anil Slorun polntN.
i'oinii-«-ts nt   Curlew  with ii'uge for
Oreenwood mul Midway II. €*
llulTi-t  ears  run  on  tratna  lietween
Npokmiennd It'i nl.]It-.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, 1902:
U'nvn. Arrive.
J.SSi.m  SI'tlKAXK      .i.lip.m.
lu.l.t 11 m   HOSSLAND      6,111pm.
7.1)0 n.in  NKLSON      8.00p.m.
ll.00a.nl UltAND l-'OUKS ...   l.iNlp.m.
11.15 il.ui  BSl'UDUO.   ...       ,1.10,1.111,
*__.   A.  JAOKBOIT,
Midway Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.
J. H. Tyrrell,   -   Proprietor.
SINGLE and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK  and SADDLE HORSES
Hay and Oats fop Sale. ■ Bus Mests all Trains,
General Transfer and Dray Business.
s
Rock Creek. B. C.
nml fiom till Boundary
Oreek pnints.   .
Good Accommodation for the Traveling Public.
General I .i*i-oiwcr Auent,
Spoltaao, Wnsli.
Boots
and
Shoes
A. Maslonka
formerly of Nelson, B. C,
has opened a Boot and
Shoe store in Midway,
with a large stock on
hand.
Boots
CANADIAN     ,
•T    PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
ALL SENSIBLE PEOPLE TRAVEL
BY THK 0. P. R,
SPEED
AFETY
ATISFACITON
LEAVE MIDWAY 2KB P. M.
Arrive Wiiinit*ei*... _nl dny 8:511 a, in.
Ai rive SI, Pnul *'d dny <I:KI p. tu,
Arrive Cliiniigo  -tr li dtiy 0:80 n, in
Arrive Toronto 5th dny 2:15 |>. in
Ai rive Montreal 5th day 0:30 |i, in
Arrive New York... Ill li day 8;55 a. in
MINERAL ACT.
Certiflciite   of   Improvomeiits.
woTioa.
Htattt.AND Ciiikp Mixkho. Claim,
Situate ln the Ketlle River Mining    .   ion ot
Yale District.   Where located : In Beaver Creek Cimp. abjut   o.ie mile North
Easl of Beaverdell.
TAKKNOTKJKili.it I. Porta. II. Korby, at
agent for Fayette Hnrris, froe ininer's cortlfloato Ko. NV»ti:i inteiul sixty days from lho
dato hereof, to app'p to the Mining Recorder I p     • AtlliK
for ii I'crtllleato of Improvements,   fnr the ' 11.
purpose of ohtiiiliing il Crown tinmt nf   the
above claim.
And further tnko notice lhat nclion under
sei.tlon 37 inimt be oommeneod before thu issu
unco of sueh Cerlilleale of Improvements.
liiUod ihis loth day ot November. 1802.
Feb. a. KOItHKS M. KKItltV.
Agont
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calved
Cows, Cows in Calf, Steers
and Heifers, Hoar Pigs, Sows
and Young Pigs, Sheep and
Poultry, Saddle and Pack
to
J. A. COULSON,
\).{  miles from   Midway, or
Dispatch oflice.
%r___mm__*mmmmd. j_b_______^™^"" 	
"Uk* m» QOID OUST twins etc yaw worke"
1*11 _lx at . ix      I      I any money until nftnr vou hnve «nl(
ClllllllVIl, mill tllCTl lit, the cIcko . "h*|n    vv', |,niirall the exiiense nnd
of the year, tyiilmiil claimed the »re only mukinn thtj llhw*J oJ'W"
■'        '   '" .       .1....1   ,.f   ,..i..,.hisinir   III'.   Arnnlil s
widowed father us a victim, he
having died iu the Greenwood
hospital in Novemher. Mr.
Lawless had at one time worked
tot the Todrow family anil at
inethnii nf ii'lverlisitiK Or. Arnold's
I-IIkIIkIi Toxin Pills. Hon't delay
wiiie nt nine and earn a hnauiiful pres-
ent for yourself for Ohrislinas.
Address
ARNOLD  MEDICINE CO., Dept. 118
50 Adelaide St. East, Toronto.Ont.
and
Shoes
made to order.
Repairing   promptly attended to.
All work guaranteed.
Only the best stock used.
A. Maslonka.
A irin Bast oyer the C. P, K. will
innvinee ynn that it is the "ONLY
WAY."
THROUOH TOURIST  SLEEPING
CARS EAST.
Leive Ountnnre Juiiollon daily  for
St. Pnul.
Kontenny   L'inding   Tuesdays and
Hn'iirdays fnr Toroilio, Montreal and
nil  Knslern  pnints,
Through Bookings to Etirnpe,
Vin nil jVtlnntie Hmites, I'repjiid liik-
ets ai   lowest rates issued  from all
Kitrnpeau Countries,
Kurlhe Inforiuallnn regitrding the
0. P. 11. ami further proof of Ii. lieing
lhe "ONLY WAY" oan lie furnished
nn iipplii'iitinn tn
A.  Vf.   HAII.I'.V,   Agent, Mlilwny, or
J. H. (All rtJII, E. .1. COYI.E,
D. I'.A., A.O.I'. A.i
Nelson. H.C.       Vaneouver, H.(<
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Commereial Job Printing
LMWV Ht \
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GOLD DUST
will take every particle of dust and dirt from your floors and
woodwork—makes them as clean as a whistle, neat as a pin.
|   Nothing so good for washing clothes and dishes.
Made only by THE N, K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chictfo.   New York.   Botton.   St Louis,    monu--
THK  DISPATCH
...     "frr?-.
~™~£&™ 1
TO STAY...
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It will bo the most important Railway .outre in the
IntjriQP or British Columbia.
It is in tlii) centre or a
r|. lining, Stock-Raising,
BiB-Mag, Oardoning, Manu-
faoturing, Coal Producing,
ani Railway District.
Miilway prtppty   will
mike yoa rieh.   It is
a spulatian; it is an in
vestmafll
Midway, the coming railway, commercial, wholesale and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle Biver
and Boundary Creek Districts, is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek and Kettle Biver.
The leading residence
town in the country, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply, and surrounded by rich agricultural land.
'.. SB_BE
A. M. WOVENDEN, Sec.,
il) Sj John Street,
Montreal) P. Q,
.:._-*_x-__sii
Business,  residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices; and full particulars to
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
i
V. M. CHOl'SE, jjj
Agent for British t.iluinhia,      ;■
Midway, H. 0. A
'Z'zrsiSPJ^A. --_-.
©he p%aicl)
SATURDAY, JANUARY, 17,   100...
Or.'stln of tlio ll'alco I'ninlly.
Snine iirti'iT-thr.* history nf a 1h-
liHuiH It ish jjikI C'nundian family Is
(ji eu in '"I'he I Inl o .iiitiil.v llc-
itifrls," by Martin ■). Blake of London, a vr I jiii ■ reviewed in The Tyrone Cm s iititii.n, m Iii. h newspaper, of Nnv. At. The l.liikes, lhe
writer si.vs, ivel'O nne nf the fourtrcn
"nines" of thj' I jwii of Oiihvny. Tho
progenlior if the Dlalo family wns
one Richard Cmiol, or Caddell, a
feudutnr.Y uf Rlchnrd de Dtlt'gh, "tho
Roil," l'nil of Ulster, nnd Lord, of
Cftnnaugllt, from Whom l.e nlitnined
pniiils of I n I i.s llu' neighborhood
of t"io Town of CI'livjiv In the sixth
year of ihe r iin x! King Edward I.,
A.I). 1277-78. This Richard Cndel,
or Caddo I, assumed as a, surnnmo
the nnpt'lliilicn of Niger, or I'.luke,
whi h l.i.s (Us'ettiinijtrt lulopt'd, al-
iliniii.h for many Renoratlons they also useil the ne.nie of Ciuldoll ns an
nliijj. Tie Word Blake itself, n»
readers of fhnticcr and tf the early
Enjlifh v.ii'irs know, in merely nn
English f inn of si i Him; I'liu-lc.
The writer states that li'oil dc-
srondants In tho male line of Richard
Oadel lure rolalnel to the present
dey Rome of the very lands required
by their ancestor more thnn six centuries ago, while the I hikes of finI-
wny hn'.e |ir#ferVcd intu t thc origr
Inr Is ef their fninlly clu rter, wills
nnd nther legal (It inmionts during
that ln,r period, «i i 'r is n upl-pio
frcidiv I iimners! rimllios in Irelandj
aid exiron'oly rero oven in I 'm . Mid.
ITe then do I tinted boi ■ ■ irf t! e |.iln-
rl'r I m. m ers uf the family, mor.
tlni'i'i'j    i rr   i |r     i lu'o    and   his
i-r ",,'.- ,. r.-lwnrd   .1 ' •■. t'-hi   n
neir I'liei'stif nf th" two Blnkes, Ed-
word r.rtl ."■■uni et 1! . ^„ will known
In Canadian pul 11" .i'ii iis.
\ t li IiI'k ■ im-1 'itiitipr,
A tiny gi I nf s. jn gave n diuner-
jiat'tj tho other duy, for v.l.i h twelve
cove h wore l.iid. end (h't in'inher of
mi'ti'l mill ens .'-.ti down to dine. It
wns n reel 1 i 11 ■■■ f-irV dim er, end
the little I est . ; herself piisld*d,
sitting nl tlu lie tl ni the table. Hhe
hnd been ve",v jiijjjki s, In loo'Ing
fonv.tid t" it. In do e crylhing es it
shmhl le c'ouo, "Mamniu," ithj) nsk-
OjI, "shall wc s.ie gj'jt eV" ".\o," snid
me.iiiniu; "it will he n very in'nunnl
di'mi')'. and l think you nt>;d not do
thul " T1 ni i! ni i one ccinnony
the l"ss lo he /'nee Hi titglt nml wns
a relief I'i t ll o little 'a'y wns
iiit'iniis in hn.Vo nil her, trm. t' tindor-
ilij'il It, Ho, ns they pi'thou . nliout
Iiii' tabic, she explained: '" ninma
fits thnl this is s: eh en Info nal
dinner thnt wo need not have grace
In-day!"
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of   Improvements.
lUfi'Mlee p. imn nf Vlntv,
(Jenllei"e'i (in houso agonl)— Tho
front (Isndvnnln. i- is Hint 1'ie house
<S so damp, l'nuse AfCtil--I'lstul-
mi t ge, 'ir' Ad van tji'd 1 cull it.
In ('use nf lire it wouldn't be so likely tn hei'!' Sydney Town und Country Journal.
soTioa.
NAi'Oi,.ns MixKKt- Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Minim; Division
ot Yale District. Where loeated : In
Beaver Creek Camp, aaj.ining tiw Idaho
Mineral claim.
TAKE   NOTICK thai 1, Korbos M. Korby,
us ngont inr Donald Smith, fico minor'
ccrtillcnlo No.   BM938,   Duncan   ..inith, free
minor's certitlcato No. nSlllJlT and Alexander
.Sinitli, froo minor's cortifluato No. H6I93D. Intend, sixty dnys from    lho dale  hereof,   ro
apply to lhc Wilting nicereer for n ( nlili.nl,.
nf Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grunt of tho above claim.
Antl further lake notico that action, under
section 37, must be coinmcncud   beforo tbe
issuance of such Cortiflcato of Imprni ements.
Datod tbis 10th day of November, A. D. I'M.
Keb.!M FOKIIKS M. KKItllY.
Agent.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of  Improvements
NOTIOB.
Knor Him. Minkiiai, C.aim,
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Dlvlilon
of Yale District Where located : About
Six miles north from Beaverdell on the
divide between Beaver Creek and the
West Fork of Kettle  River.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Korbos M, Kerby,
as agent for .Sidney 0, fJofions, froo miners
eortillcate No. luiotlil, intond, sixty ilny* from
the dato hereof to apply to the Mining Itucordor
fora certificate of Improvementa, for the pur-
nosoof obtaining a Crown Grant of Ihoabovc
claim.
Anil furthor take notico that aetlnn, under
section   37,  must  bo commenced before tlio
IsHimnco of such eertlfleato of improvements,
Dated this 10th day of Novombor. 1902.
Kob.Jg. KOHIiKSM. KKItBY.
Agent.
The Midway Sawmill
WM.   POWERS,   PROPRIETOR.
MANUFACTURER   O.
All kinds cf ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER,
LATH and SHINBLES, SASEES and BCORS.
Band Sawing and Job Work done to   order,
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The secret of sucoean in plant inu, is, FiiiflT— to secure good stock,
HKCtiNU—In plant as soon as possihle after it is Aug.
Trees obtained froni our nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after tbey are dug.
Price lint,  and  full  in format ion  promptly   given.
t*************** *************************************
NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of ' Improveme hti
srovxo-j.
Undue   Miskiiai, Claims.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale Dlstriet.   Where  located :  Camp
MoKlnnoy.
TAKK NO TICK that I. I'orbos M. Kerby,
as ai*j'tit fin' Alex. M. Wlnstnti fron miner's otirllflcele Nn. nSKTC, liilcntl, sixty iiitj'8
from tlie dale hortiof, to upply lii tlm iliiiinrj
Itncorder fnr a Cortiflcato nf Improvement*,
lor llio purposo nf obtaining a Crown Grant
uf lbe above elaini.
And further tnko HoMOo thai ""li'ti, under
section Hi. nttitst. bc conunontT I  liefore the
issuance of kii.Ii Ocrllflcateof 1 npi'imnitcntf. |
Dated thin 2lllh day ufjiino. IW.   ..
Kob. 28. FOItlllOH M. IvKRIIV.
Ageiil,
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason
i.s always given; where confidence is developed ; where Rodk-
kkrpim; is taught exactlyasboolfeare IMng kept in business;
where SHORTHAND is scientific ; where penmanship is at. its
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Civil, Service, Tklkouaimiv, English arid Cartooning wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them howto be
successful. No argument i.s so eloquent as the record of
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no thief can
break through and steal the knowledge of Howto Do When
you know what a school c-m do for you by what it has done for
others is it better to trust to luck? Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,.
809 Sccocd Ave., Spokane Wash,
ise
t
Hen Wanted <*<*<*
I        To soil for the large Fonthill nurseries.   Appli
*•    cations should be tiled at once.   Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
Ill WKIXIVtlTliN HT, K.   CA,.-.-     C   \\ 7 .11 ! _. ,_.i ,,mm
louoNiooNi.   Stone & Wellington.
1 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*******************************************
Lancashire House,;
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
 ®	
The undersigned having re-opened this well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
RliST BRANDS OF  LIQUORS & CIGARS.   S
rtii'iiiico-liontod mul .oinforlnbly funtlslied rooiuK.      jr
Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.     >

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