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 iiiL-/ nuvni^vu
fol. XIV, No. 13.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 28,  1901.
$2.00 per Year.
J*
P. MoLEOD.
Barhidtkk. Solicitor, Etc.
Ukkknwiiiiii. H. C.
U   NICHOLSON,
' —: Notary Public,
■IAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AUENT
and MINING BROKER.
MOKlNNEY, I.C.
Hallett & Shaw
IARRISTESS, SOLICITORS,
Neurits Public.
Address: "HAM.MT."
Uodks : Hodfnnl MoNelll's, Moreing ll
Neat's, labor's.
IHWWHI.H.I'.
JM. SUTHERLAND,
W ...  MIDWAY, B.C.
.ROTARY   PUIII.li:.
CUSTOMS   HROKKII.
COMMUMON AOENT.
Customs tntrtts patted.    Mlnoral Aet
ad Und Aet papers drawn up,  Afll<
avlti taken.   Abstracts made.
| Communications by mall or telephone
nptly attended to.
DR. SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Indell Block, Greenwood.
Phone 96, V.* tt.
M. KERBY,
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
IovincIal Lanu   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
lllHV IV    x,u  lillKKNWISlll.
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3. RICKARDS & CO.,
1^ *jii Estate
Ull
1 i|surar)< te
Special Values
in the Shirt Line.
THIS week we are showing some excellent values
in Heavy Working Shirts,
suitable for winter wear. Step
in antl see for yourself the
quality and low prices.
The MIDWAY TRADING CO., Ltd,
J. R. JACOBS, MANAGER.
VII: i W A Y
Y>»A*"^N-*-
j Hotel Spokane,
£ccx*™"* «• • t* .cccq;
L. E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.
********-
A new building,  well furnished.    Everything new
and  first-class.    Only the choicest  Wines,   Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock.    Headquarters for Mining
it "Se    anil Commercial Men.
EP?T SMITH,
TONSOHiai    ART'S!
a flntahu* Shin-. Hair Out, Boa foam,
or dhampoo,  '-nil  at the   nbove parli
tUziirs boned nml ifo'lltl'l.
Ill-ril   STItKKT.
FAIRVIEW ■ HOTEL
mii.uax. ii ''»rjomrnercia] an_ Mining men should  put  up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
100D ACCOMMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
vl j -!.K
'..    ■ A ...* am t t.-lr.
A rtUftiiully.
jHOCR CHEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ROCK (RKKK
*.   _•_*■!
IFikstClass  Aooommodatiox  vim Ui'mrra.
GOOD STABLING
Kwjellert fishing on Ketlle Klror.JCf
JAS. H. BUSH,
IENERAL BLACKSMITH
HORSE SHOEING
A SPECIALTY.
All kind* ef work axaouUd te
th* Mttataetlwi »f wttamer*.
CITY BAKERY,
Wm. St. Quintin, Prop.
PLAIN AND FANCY
MEAD, PASTRY,  CANES, ETC
Kverything   F'irHt-i-JiiHM.
»*. Midw»
IBHSTB01 HOTEL.
II. KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquora and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
®i
®
P R. MCELMON.
Practical Watch Maker,
COPPER  8T
GREENWOOD B.C,
Oood Tools, Pltnty Material,
and io ysars nporknet lo to
work corrsclly.   ,   ,   ,
B®_____fs_
Qeo J. SheeKar*.
proprietor.
Midway Meat Market - j
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEP, MUTTON. POKK and VEAL.
tritrerato- o_ hhxm _»:
Therefore Heats tire always fresh nnd sweet   ('all and get a go6d joint ]
for dinner Uwlnv.
TELEPHONE 311- P. 0-BOX 25
^w>Q4QmHHwWQmmwwm'
Great Reduction
IN AI.I. LINKS OK
QUEEN VICTORIA IS DEAD
The Greatest Sovereign the World Has
Ever Known Passes Peacefully Away.
EDWARD VIITAKESFORMAL OATH
United States Senate and House of Representatives
Adjourn Out of Respect to the Memory
of the Deceased Queen.
stupendous change in existing ion
ditions that could possibly lie iinugin
eil lint Inken place, quietly, almost
gently, upon the anniversary of lhe
death of Queen Victoria's father, the
Duke of Kent. The end of this culver,
never equalled hy any woman in the
world's history, cmne in a simple furnished room in Oshorne House, This
most respected of all women, living or
dead, lay in a great four-posted hed
anil made ashrunken atom whose aged
face and figure were a cruel mockery
of the fair girl who in 1(B7 hegan to
rule over Kngland.
Around her were gathered almost
nvery descendant of her line. Well
within view of her dying eyes ther*-
hung a poi trait of the Prince Consort.
It was he who designed the room and
every puit iif lhe Castle. In scarcely
audible words the white-haired bishop
of Winchester prayed beside her ns he
had often prayed, with his sovereign,
for he was her chaplain at Windsor
With bowed heads the Imperious
filler of tbe German empire and Uie
man who is row King of England, the
luin    who   Ii.ih  succeeded   to'thl
The Queen is dead nnd Edward VHBroyal personages are likely to he pres
reigns. The greatest event in theBent at the funeral, which function will
memory of a generation and the moslHprnhahly  be a ceremony never to be
Dry Goods, Notions,
Ladies' and Gents'
Furs, Jackets and Capes
FOR CASH
Clothing of all kinds at  manufacturers' prices plus
freight,  for thirty days, to make room for
Spring and  Summer Wear.
We need the cash, and are willing to sacrifice profits.
FUR GOATS from $12.50 to $20, former price $17.50 and $25
FUR CAPS worth $5 and $6, now selling at from $1.50 to $3.50
Now is the time to buy,  as no such bargains will
be offered again.
Rubber goods at greatly reduced prices, as we do
not intend to carry them over for next season.
Come and inquire about our cash grocery  prices
Everything cut down for cash.
HAIN & CO., General Merchants
POSTOFFICE STORE, MIDWAY.
equalled in this coiilitt y.   The record
f the last days of the reign of VIctorltj
is not, easy to tell.   The representative
if tin-Associated Press was lbe only
orrespondent  admitted   to  Osborne
House and his Interview with Sir Wi
bur John Bigge, private secretary to
he lute Queen, whs  Ihe   only ofliiii
statement that had  la-en  given  out,
She  summoned  laird    Roberts   and
n«ked him some very searching qucs
tions  regarding the    war  in  South
Africa.   On Tuesday she went fnr
drive,  hm    was visibly affected.   On
Wednesday she suffered u paralytli
stroke, accompanied by intense physij
1 weakness.    It was her Hrsl  illness
in all her Sl years, and she would nol
admit it.   Then her condition grew sn
serious that, against her wishes, the
family were summoned.    When  thev
11 rived her reason had practically sec
milled to the paralysis and weakness.
The events of the last few- ilnys,descrih
il in ihe bulletins, are too fresh lo need
.■petition,   At  the lodge  gates, the
Watchers waited nervously.   Suddenly
slung the drive frnm the house came a
horseman who  cried  "the  Queen  i
title of Queen, ihe princes, prinressesglead" as he dashed through the crowds
and those of less than royal   designu
lion, listened to Ihe bishop's ceaseless
prayers.
Six o'clia-k passed. The bishop coil'
tinned his intercession. One of the
younger children naked a question in
childish treble and was immediately
silenced. The women of this royal
family sobbed faintly and tbe men
shufHed uneasily. At exactly hnlf-|>ast
six, Sir James Reid held up his hand,
the people knew that Kngland had
losl, her Queen. The bishop pronounced the benediction.
The Queen passed away quite -leacc-
fully. She suffered no pain. Those
who were now mourners went to their
looms, A few minutes later the iu
evitable eleiuen I. of materialism stepped
into lhat pathetic chapter of inter
national history for Ihe court ladies
went busily to work ordering their
mourning from Lindmi.
The wheels of the world were jarred
when Ihe sad news came, hut in this
palace at Osborne, everything pursued
the usual course. Ilown in the kitchen
they were cooking a huge dinner for
an assemblage like of which has seldom
lieen known in Kngland, and the din
ner preparations proceeded just us if
nothing had happened.
Last. Monday afternoon she Hsked
that bei little Pomeranian be brought
to her bedside. It was feared that tin
Queen was dying ahoul. II in Ihe morn
ing and carriages were sent lo Osl-nrne
cottage and the rectory to bring all
Ihe princes anil princesses and th
Hisbop of Winchester to her bedside,
it seemed t hen very near I lie end, but,
when things looked the worst, the
Queen hail one of hei rallies, due ti
her wonderful constitution, opened
her eyes and recognised the Prime nf
Wales, the Princess and Emperor Wil
limn. She asked to see one of he'
faithful servants, a member of hei
household. He hastened to her room,
hut before he got there the Queen hud
passed into a III Inl sleep. Four o'clock
marked the beginning of the end
Again the family were summoned aud
this time the relapse was not followed
by recovery. The Prince of Wales
wus very much affected when lhe doc
tors at. last informed bim that hi
not h 'i' hud breat tied her lust. Empcr
ir William, himself deeply affecied
lid his hrst lo administer to the com
fort of bis stricken uncle, whose new
dignity he was the Hrst to ucknow
ledge. From ull parts of the world
there were still pouring to ('owes
messages of condolence. Tbey cuine
from   crowned   heads,    millionaires,!
lieu down the hill rushed a myriad ol
nessengers, passing the fateful bulletin
from one to another, Soon the sur
rounding country knew thut a King
ruled over Ureal Britain. The locul
inhabitants walked as if in a dream
through the streets of ('owes but the)
lid not hesitate to slop (n drink lln
health of the new monarch.
The coffin was brought, to Oshorne
lust Thursday evening and wus taken
ihrough the Queen's private gate
which had not been previously used
since her death, Emperor William
was Ihe Hrsl   person  to   see it.   The
offln containing the hody wu.s trans
felted Friday morning to the dining
room.
It   is understood the body of Qui
Victoria will art Ive In London on ihe
morning of February 2nd and be taken
across Ihe metropolis 'o Paddington
Troops will line the streets.   Tlieciittin
will be placed on a gun earring'' and
Imped with Hugs. On arriving at
Paddington station it will be trans
red for Windsor, Dually reaching
Bt. George's chapel about noon when
iiiignificrnl funeral service will tak
place,
IN TIIK UNITED STATUS.
Washington, l>. ('., Jan, 22,—Foti
dnys of anxiety hud iii a large measitl-i
prepared the officials at Washington
for the news which was Hashed across
the cable today of the death of th
Queen of England. So it happened
that all things thut COIlId be
done In anticipation of the end
bad been disposed of, and all wa:
•eiidiness for the t execution of
the fiiiuiiilitii-s which are Indispensable
such events. While the cabinet
was in session during the noon Iumu
the president und his advisers were III
receipt fiom time lo lime of all news
Which came from Osborne house.
When the end came Inter in the after
noon it found appropriate measures ol
condolence framed and even order?
ready for execution looking to the bull
masting of the flags over t he executive
lepiirliiients and the currying nut ot
the usual formalities. The half masting of tbe national ensign wits un un
usual tribute to the memory of tbe di"
censed sovereign, lt. is suid thai this
lunl  been done rarely oil occasions Of
be funeral of siimcgicnl world ruler,
but. never  before in the ruse of   ths
lentil of a monarch. The actual d
patch of the message nl lhe Preside
10 the new King "t Kngland and from
Secretary Hay to Ambassador Ohoalr
mis delayed  only  long enough to ic
eive the   physician's  statement  nn
tradesmen and paupers and wete vnri-inouncing the demise of the Queen nnd
insly addressed to the Prince nf Walesllhen ihey were sent forward al once
and the  King  of  Kngland.   Several|aiid copies were furnished to the press.
The Briiish embassy also received the
lews us of lull worth, and the royal
tandard flying ovei Ihe embassy
'iiilding wns perhaps for the lirst time
it Washington lowered slowly half
way down the staff, giving notice to
itlli ial Washington of the sad event.
The rapidity with which Ihe news
spread was remarkable and within a
hurt half hour the members of the
llplomatic body here begun to appear
u the British embassy bearing curds
f condolence. Another unusual murk
f the appreciation of lbe worth of Iho
deceased Queen was the action taken
by the bouse of representatives in adjourning as a mark of respect toiler
nemoi y.
The following message of condolence
was sent by President McKinley lo
King Edwaid VII:
Washington, D, 0„ Jan. 22, 1901.-
H's Majesty the King, Osborne house,
Isle of Wight j I hive received with
profound am row the lamentable tidings
if the deulb of Her M .1 jest y the Queen.
illoW ine, sir. In nffer my sincere syni-
pai hy and that of the Ann rican people
11 your persona) bereavement and in
he loss (ireat Britain I us sustained in
he denth of its veiierah e and illustrious sovereign, whose noble life and
beneficent Influences have promoted
the peace and won the affectum of lhe
world. William MoKinlky.
EDWARD VII ltKIiiNS.
London, January 28.—Dense crowds
11 ginning al St. James street lined the
utire route to Victoria station Iroui
ti early hour,   Tbe Mall and the flout
f Buckingham palace were especially
thronged,   All along the former from
pilni-c to Marlborough huiise cut"
riages filled with Indies stood as foe a
drawing    room,   excepting   that   the
footmen nnd occupants were dressed
11  mourning.   The police precautious
veri-    unusual,     Men    on   font   and
iiounli'il giuiids were at almost every
yard of the way,   All waited patiently
for hours 10 gn-et their King.   Eventually, preceded hy half a dozen mounted policemen a plain brougham <Ir1v.11
very rapidly with ihe coachmen and
fool men  in  their usiiul grey liveries,
wearing   mourning   bunds   on   iheir
arius.bi'ougbi Into view Ihe King with
in   equerry   sealed   beside   him.    He
was dressed  in  the deepest and most
[tuple mourning and carefully raised
his hut iu acknowledgment of the slut  uncovering,of heads.   The King
looked tired anil very sail.    Following
bim came the Duke of York, lhe Duke
I Onntiaiighl nnd others.   Both lhe
king uml lluke of York looked pathetically up nl Buckingham palace as tbey
passed und acknowledged the salute of
the guard of honor drawn up inside
ihe palace grounds,   All  the uflireis
hud crape on their left sleeves,   Tin-
King drove io St, James' palace from
Marlborough house in preside at the
lirst, privy council,   lie wns nl I ended
by Lord Suffolk, who hns lieen Lunl of
the bed chamber In the Prince of Wales
sinie 1S72, and was escorted by a cap*
tain's escort of the horse guards,    By
he time the King arrived 11 great guilt*
■ring of privy councillors in levee dress
villi crape on 1 licit lefl 1111nsb.nl taken
up a position in the throne room.
Members of the royal family, cabinet
ministers, peers, comnioneis, bishops,
judges, lhe lord mayor, etc., including
tb" Duke of Yoik, the Duke of (Jon-
uiuglit und lesser nieinbers of the roy*
I family. Lord Salisbury, Lord Rose-
tiery, A. .1. Balfour, the Duk" of Devonshire, Lord Strut henna and Mount
Royal nnd a host of I he most prominent personages in the land were
here In receive Ihe King's fol"
mil oath binding him to govern lhe
kingdom according lo its laws and
list01118 nnd for him to assume the
title of King Edward VII of Orent
Britain nnd Ireland nnd Empeiiirof
I111I1,1,   The ceremony was interesting
(Continued on page 2,) Subscript!** Price, IJ.tMi pur annum. payable
_ advance. riUnr yearly or hall-yearly al tbi
•ptlon of tlie H*lmrr_HT.
Advert lslng Rate st.nl on apptk-at ion.
■Ll.     ' rt ■    —l——I    .
MONDAY. JANUARY 28. IIKII.
Never in the history of the world
was such universal grief expressed a
lhat which stirred lhe hearts of iren
and women in all quarters ot the glola
when word was received announcing
the serious illness and expected death
of ber most gracious Majesty Queen
Victoria, and it was known thai tin
head and front of all the British rave,
for nearly sixty-four years the ruler of
wide  and   was still  widening,
iu   is almost   perpendicular
clean,   well-defined  walls.     Thn   oie
Imdy is. uiirely free fnun the walls and
is wider at  the Imt him lhan above
The ore for the entire depth of th
Winze,  according   to Superintendent
Boyd, averages $21 per ton.   Looking
up from the bottom of Ihe wii.se al
the strong, well defined vein, all ih
be no more.   But a few days befor
there was no hint of I he Queen's suffer
tug auy olher than the usual ills whir)
sre the legacy of gnat age ; she win
alert lo all that  was passing and attended to the necessary affairs of slate
with the assiduity which has marked
her official career since a mere girl sh>
first assumed the burden of the crown
and sceptre, so that when word of hei
serious illness was Hrst spread abroad
but, litlle credence was given   it,  at
such Illinois hnd been circulated liefnn
hut always happily proved Incurred
But later on when the snd end came
the grief of the mightiest nation in the
world wus Inexpressible, and not onlj
was ihis heartfelt  sorrow  manifest
where Hies the British Hag, but every
where men,  women and chlldr
reived  wilh  tender sympathy Ihe sadl
intelligence which carried grii f nndj
sorrow to all tn whom the  English
tongue is known,   But with us, wllbl
all her subjects, her removal is in tir
fullest sense of the word a matter oil
personal regret. Il, is lhe passing away
of the one person in the wide extent of
the British Empire who, nexi to tbi
dearest among our peisoual relatives
we regarded with affictinn und pi ide
Never before did the world know si
great a reign as hers, nor bless thi
name of so great a woman,   She wa
horn to greatness, yet she was as he
loved in  the cottage homes as in cas
lies.   Her influence—the influence ol
one good,  pure,  sweet  woman—was
and is felt all over the world
wnM.-i      «..«- ,.,i,,,T „nr.  »-.,»..,.»" .ry
the No, 'i, or old working shaft, from
whicli the old drift runs  west al i
W: th of about US feet.   The wins-1
<unk from the drift about ISO feel fron,
he No. 2 shaft.   At .he time of thr   fjgjiXSgJ
visit the winze wat down about 40 feet
"csnlini fur nn ant to Ini'tirpuralc a Ciniiimliy
Willi power, In construct, ei|iilp, iiiiiinlnui, .nn
aii'ijiir n ■iiu.-li' nr double linn uf railway ul
itnnrlaiitur imrrnvv iru.-iKc fnr Hie inii'ismi' ol
Th.
nivnylni* pasHcnircru ami freiulit, fnun a pnim
a IlnrriirS Intel at ur near lhe City ot Van
uiver lliunco via Mindly uf New Wcntiiiinst
Predion nliuiK Hi"
 Iho Kroner Hirer tn warn
J mini nn Uiii sulil Kmsur llivor botwoon lho
unci Inn uf Ihu Chilli vnuik Itiver with llm said
and tne ledge was tour or live lceimrKU,r Hlll| the town uf Yalclbonoo iu an vast
|K,
111
Ivilhci'llnn iiliniglhe valleys of tho Chilli
wnck, Coqtiollnlla, Tlllilllictin, uinl Siinilkanioi'i
loved and loving people, would soon   l?110"1 reports alamt it seem well justl
lied, and with such values aa are stater'
the mine again gives the high prwni»'
that it did when this rich ore slum
was first struck In Ihe drift ami sloped
ilmnst tn the surface,
A few feet west of Ihe Winze the
vein has faulted in a southeasterly di
reitiiiii. There is another fault east ol
t he winze and hetween it and the hoist
ing shaft. ,'B feet south of ihe winze,
ind a third is east of the hoisting shafl.
Tlie strike of the vein is east and west
Thus, if the hoisting shaft is deepened
IHI feel and a crosscut run north DC
feet south, tlm well defined piy-hooi
ipened ill the winze would he cut at
onsiderable depth
Mr. Boyd said that Ihe condition ot
he property pleases him well, and In
with Ki vers or snine uf I hem nr I bo tributaries there
if or some uf Hum by llio must feasible rouli
inn point hei ween t'ontluleii anil thu tutor
national HouiiiIjiit iii! tlio watoroourso cun
locliug OkiiuiiKiui amtOstiyoiis l-ukes, tlioaci
iiv the mom feasible roillo tn a Point on tlu
Itotllu Itlvor ntnr near Hock Crook llionoo bj
ibo musl feasible mule i.i a point st or noai
Midway, ihonOO b.V 111'! must foilHilill' I'ulllo tl
t pnitil nl nr near lho »"Ity nf (iroliil Kinks
wit h power tn const met, equip, iiinliitiiiii nut
[ipernlu. finm nny point un tfui sulil railway
liranchi's una- nxlonstoiis nf llio same nf nol
ilium than Jn miles in leii|*l h, nml minis, bridges
ways, ferries, whatvos,docks, anil coiil lunik
ora, with power ta builil, own, ei|iil|i, operate
mil niniiitiiiii steam mul other vessels anil
boats, leloKniphs. Iclenhnli.s, nml troinwnys
uiriul or utborwis.!. uml lo ciii'ry uu a ircnerui
express business cither ns poparato iiiiilcrluk
nits or iiu-oiini'i'titui wilh tho sniil railway anil
jIiiihiiIiI branches mul extensions; Willi powri
joKontirnlo electricity fnr tho supply of Unlit
ileal siul powor anil iI1s|hisu uf unit deal will
i ho j nine nt a prolit In any nf thc districts oi
localities through which Iho sail) railway
branches anil oxlt'ii..lons imss; with power t
ixiiropriiiln lands, for any nf tlie .limi-nscs ol
Lho Cniupiiny and lo soqtlira lands, fsinnses
iri vili'Kes. or other alils frnui any kov erninont
iiuiiieipiilily or cither lairsoas or IkmIIkh eorpnr
ito ; wilh power tn ciinsiriiet, equip, uoiiuire
lense. in,.ilitiiin. unit  npenitn slnoltors,  risliie
inn, relliilnu. ooncoiilraliiiK. or oihor works to*
iniul ling nnd treatment of ores ; with power li
i.jiiuire mui operate coal liuuls anil dispose nt
bo proceeds tlieruuf, vvlth puwor loaeiniiro
•'instruct nnd operate IiuIi'Ih ; with power t<
nuke traffic or other an-ana-cmcnls nr aninliiii
mate nr connect with any railway, steamboat.
ir other company, nr louse, parohiiso or nt lior
wise iici(iiire thn assets of any sinii titinpniiv .
mil witli powor lo Imilil wiufnn minis to In
used in the construction of sail) railway am,
'tsexti'ii-ii.iuuiil lintiictii's anil in advance nt
bo same and to levy nail cnllect tolls from al!
l»irllos using ami all freight passing mer any
suial
QUEEN VICTORIA IS DEAD.
(Continued from page I.)
and according to precedent. The King
wjis iii a separate apartment from tin
privy councillors. To Ihe latter the
Duke of Devonshire formally commit
nicaled the death of Queen Victoria
•nd tbe succession of her son, the
Prince of Wales, to lhe throne,
The royal Duke and certain Lords of
the council were then directed to re
pair to the King's presence to acquaint
him wilh the terms of the Lord President's statement. Shortly afterwards
His Majes j enleied the room in which
lhe councillors were assembled and addressed them in a brief sprach. The
Lord I'hatie 'lior (Lord Salisbury) ther
administered the nsth to ihe King and
i rwii'ii i i'n ,;>j io'S ine'.bei's in
he iou i.«. l " i.ein ing withLoidi
in council they took their rr-spectiv-
oalhs of allegiance and then passed it
turn before His Majesty as at a levee,
except that each passed and kissed bis
hands before passing oul. of the chain
bets, This brought the ceremony lo a
alone. By H.30 p. in,, when His Mnje
ty relurned lo Marlhorough house, thi
crowd in the neighborhood wus of im
mense propni tions. The king's prim
journey was accomplished in almost
complete silence, hut on this occasion
he was loudly cheered all along th
line of route. Immediately opposlt"
Marlborough house gates a tall gentle
man in the front of the crowd waved
his hands and shouted "Long live th
King," whereupon thu crowd cheered
with redoubled vigor.
THB SPEECH OK ACCKPRlllV
London, January 21.
is the full text of His Majesty's acces
sion speech ;
Your Royal Highness, my buds and
gentlemen; This Is the most painful
•conslon on whieh I shall ever be called
upon lo address you. My lirst incliin
chuly duly Is to announce lo ymi the
death of my beloved mother, th
Queen, and I know how deeply you|
and the whole nation, and I think I
may say, thc whole world, sympathize!
with me in the Irreparable loss
have all sustained. I need hardly say
that, my constant endeavor will be always to walk in her footsteps. In un
delinking the heavy load which now
devolve*, upon rue, I am fully determined to tie a constitutional sovereign
in the strictest sense of the word and
so long as there is breath in niy body
■believes that it will be able to produce   nicii rank or  any sin li   aforesaid   liis'ks
largely with A comparatively
iniouut of new work.
The long tunnel on tbe Bonie, ot
[Toroda oreek, hat crossed the ledge
which has been found to he 20 feet In
width. Horns of the quartz beats n
close resemblance to- the rich ore in thi
Republic mine. Of this there is alamt
fair feet. There is in addition ahou
10 feet ot haiderore, all of whi' h car
ies very goixl values, and a strati
ubout six feet wide that carries hul
mall values. Nut enough assays hav
been made to determine the general
iverage values of the entire ledge, tail
here are four feet of it that will pay
good profits lo ship toa smelter. The
values vary greatly in the four feet
spoken of, ranging from 1(A) to $205 in
gold, with a small percentage of silver
Itis estimated that, the average wil
irobahly la' (30. The ore, if sorted,
vould probably average 915" per ton
i'he oreshoot appears lo be north ol
the tunnel, as the ore on the surfa
lull feet south of the ledge tunnel, is
lecidedly richer than it is direct I)
ahove the tunnel. A shaft at thai
point is 45 feet deep. The ledge, as fm
is exposed, is ten feet wide and valuer
have heen obtained ranging from n
t'ew dollars to $500. A picked sanipk
showed a value of $1,400. A contract
has Just been let to drive 100 feel in
Irifts from the tunnel level along th'
i-dge, 50 feet each way. The mine will
lien he in shape for sloping. There is
. considerable quantity of shipping
ire on tlie dump tbat would he shipper
o Midway at once if the Ketlle Rivei
mild be safely crossed at the mouili
f Toroda creek. The stream is frozen
ver. but the ice is not strong enougl
ai bold heavy loads,
Thu opening nf the Bodie at a deptl
if about 350 feet in tha tunnel sets al
i est the question of permanency of I In
nines of Bodie cainp. Tbey are not
blowouts, but strong ledges betwcei
-olid walls. The Bodie shows twi
line walls and the ore not frozen t
ither. The managers nf the Bmli
mine are the Hist lo demonstrate th'
weall h of Ihe mines at depth.
It has heen definitely decided ti
penile the R. Bell mine, located forn
miles from Phoenix, on an extensivt
scale next spring. A strong corpora
tion is being organized to take ovei
ihis well known property, equip h
with the latest and most improved
nachinery and work It for all it h
worth.
The capitalists interested are ihosi
The followingiwho already  have   holdings  in  Ihi
i .imp from New York and Montreal
Karlv last summer Jay P, Graves se
d control of the R. Bell and opera
lions were at once  resumed  on tin
property with Jack Hanley in charge
William  Vol ui  Williams, the svudi
Elite's superintendent, has lieen visit
ng the property frequently.
A boiler, hoist and pump were in
tailed and almut 15 men have been
t dirtily sniployed in opening up ibi
uiius. A couple of weeks ago a dri
vas set. at work, tbs motive power lie
ing steam, fqr the purpose of sinking a
working shaft.
In tha east o new corporation, pro
hahly to he known as the R, Bell Min
ing company, it being organized foi
the purpose of taking over and devel
ping the R. Bell nn a more extensivt
wharves, rai'wuvs, ferries, or vessels owned oi
'pcrateil by the Company whether built ho
(orcor after tho passage of tho Act horebj
ipplloii for anil will, all nlliur usual, necessary
■r Incidental rights, powers or privileges ns
nny la-necessary i,r Incidental or coniiueivi
tn the attainment of the above oh eels or ol
my of i hem.
HUNTKK ti OLIVKII,
Solicitors for Applicant.
BO YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Tradc Manas
Demons
copyrkjmts *c
Anyone tending s sketch and description mi;
qntcklr ateeruln nor opinion tte* whether an
Invention le probably patentable, Communlm.
ttanattnetlieontd-mtlal. Handbook on Patente
•ent free. Ordeal agency for securing Mtenu.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. n -slve
tpeciotnotice, withoutchnnre, lathe
Scientific American.
A handsome!1? lHimtrmtml w»klr. Jjtrtf.
dilation of anr aclonttflc jnunml. Term
Tear: four monthi, $L MM byall newarteaU'ru.
SUNN iCo.»''—'New York
Branch Office. IS K St. Wublntton, D. C.
NADIJN-.HI.OOt)   BLOCK    -    UHEBNWOOD.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
and Soo Line
Still continue to operate
First-Class Sleepers
(H) ull trains from
Revelstoke & Kootenay Landing:
Also  louri-K I'Hra pUHsintf iHiiunorn June    m
Ion daily for St. Paul; Sni«nl»yn fnr Mon
ureal and Hom/m; Monday* and WodutimlayH fm
Porbnto.  K»me cunt paxx It-volHlokonaoday
'itrliur.
No trouble to quote ratal and give you a
Hiliitor n-KunlltiK tlio KiiwUrn trip jrou OOP1
ontpliMe taking.
Fall and Winter Sohadula aaw
effective.
Fur tl'ne tnliles. rains antl full Information
nil on ur ail.Iress A. V. MoCCL.LV, Agont,
ttlttwiiy, or
B.J.0OYLB,
A. fl. I*. A..
Vancouver. H. C,
^»»»i>e»»—»»e»»»»e»n
Try a Bottle of
SYBUP OF WHITE PINE
and
TAR COMPOUND
For that Cough of yours.
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Christmas Numbers of        •'
THE TORONTO GLOBE    I
are now on hand. I
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J. A. I
Unsworth,
Druggist,
flidway.
**********0****************************tt*% ■
SsTonth   •*-.   XAldWKy,
One Block West of Customs Office.
•g)   This is a firsulass building, being hard   <§}  ^
finished throughout.   The dining room   ^   ■;>,
personal supervision   to
0
Jg   (^   is run under the
®   @  °^ ^rs- Crowell, and is sugplied with
■   <*g   ig)   tlie hest on -the market.   Choice stock
@   ©   ®   o( Wines, Liquors and Cigars at tin
I
©   #   ®   ®   l)ar*     1*arKe   Stable   in  conneciio
The Patronage of the Publlo Is Sollcltod and
Satisfaction Ouaranteed.
S. A. CROWELL,  PROPRIETOR
The Riverside Hotel,
la sihniti'il at Hock t'ri'i'k, II.('.,   on   tbe   main ronli'  nf    trim!
Ii«i.»cnl IViiticinii und all Boundary Oreek polnti,  Slnppliin
liliict* for itiges,
Good Fishing1 -:- Good Hunting-:-Bestof Accommodation.
■. —'. Imraeii,   Propriator.
Mi
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IC. F. COSTERTONg
VKHNON II.C
m\%mmmmkWUmil Real Estate. Financial AgLil t
S^    cCMn   ®WM NOTARY PUBLIC. B_t
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US
m The Advance i||
m
■mm        mrm
To Your Friends.
SatHCrlplioR Sj> « year
or 9i for all months.
To Ut.
Thi*   Lancashire   House,   Jliilwuy,
'his is a popnliu lioi'-l. jiiiiI is a uimkI
ipenillg for a   Hrsl. ilass hotel   man.
Tin* furniture can he purehieed r"iiHon
lily.   Iliasession given at nine.
For lernia, ete., apply to
The Midway Company, Ltd.,
Midway, B. C.
n
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R. MEYERH0FF8
Carrying Her Hajesty's Hails
Will leave MIDWAV on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. in., arriving ;ii
CAMP MeKINNEYat 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 con
nection with the train going east at 2 o'clock.
The best ef accommodation for
the convenience of the
travelling public.
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR.
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INBUBANOB Coy.
Tiik   Inhukamck Hoy.  uk  Nokth
Amkrkja.
Tint London ano Canadian Kihk
Insiiiiance Coy.
Tub Si-n Likk Absuranor Coy
Canada.
Tiik Dominion Huilihno and Loan
Association.
Ai'I'iiaihkr bob tub Canada I'kn
MANRNT IjOAN   AND  Ha VINOS t/OY
I-:SI'A1II,|:*!HKI>    IMSS.-I.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY
LADNER'S.   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
(ilnnii
IOur Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Co
Trees Free from Pests.
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TREKS,   PLANTS AND   VIM
Send for Free Catalogue.   I   E. Hutciikkson, Man,' ■
Notice.
Tin* Coliiniliia and WeBtern RuilwH
'oiii|i!iny will upply to tin' I'-trliiiiiietil
if Ciinmln ut its next  session for nr
\el nmimilHliiiK its linniliiii* nnwi-is ii ■Mrn.lwi, for n I'rivul
** ** ' _a......._....,... ,...11.4 mm
ii-spnt.   of its   mil way  am)  lii-ani:l
int's west, of Midway to  tlie powers
ilreiidy niven in   respect  ot ils
onstriieti-il Blast of I Ilill point, extend
nu* tlie time within whirl* it may rom
ilde its railways, ami iiiithoriv.inu ft,
o construe! *m li liranchm fnuii any
rase tinny milis in len||l.li its nn
inie to lime aililmrizeil liy lite tlnver
or in Ontllioll, and fnenlher pnrpwes.
II. IJAMPB-LL OSWALD,
Ja   Secretary,
to work for the ironil and iinielinration   scale.   Those whn have become inter
of my people, I have resolved to hi
known liy the Dame of Nihviml, which
hits heen luirne liy six of my ancestors
In doiiiR so I do not. undervalue tin
namsof Albert which I inherit fron
inv ever to he lamented and wise
father, who by universal consent i», I
think deservedly, known by ihe name
of Albert, Ilie Oood, and I desire that
his name should stand alone
Incoiiclimiun I trust to parliament
and Ihe nation to support, me in tbe
arduous duties which now devolve
npnn me by inheritance uml to which
lam determined In devote my whole
strength during the remainder of my
$10 REWARD.
THK .itmvc rcwnril will lie Kivrni tn any wr
mm Kivin-r iiitiiriimliiii. lii.-it will lest! ti
lm recovery of ft tten-tittlcn icrsy miiro, not
inuiilcil. MwitllinK no riuhl liinil leg in fiitUwk
nint. which siniycil or wiih Htnk-n from A. K.
Inrriiliie's range, near Miilway, tin or about
<lor. Unit.
211       A. K. HOItKIIIGR, Midway, B. C.
NOTICE OF PRIVATE  BILL.
NOTICK In hereby given that application will
tK'inii'ii: lu tho l<ei*l*l;ilivi! AwHimbly ol
Iho Province of Uriliuli Ciiliiniliiii at il- next
ScfKliui, for a I'riviile Hilt to ini-nruinite
utiiiilMiiy tn biiilit. equip, niaiiuain anil unvraltt
it line or linen of railway nlHiHiulanl Kuaiin withjjf
tny klml of moilve power from a point slot
near the town of Midway tti a point nl or nuai
lin*> Ihe-iiiiuihof Itu-k Un-uk, theni-e in 11 north
winterly direction In the Went Kuril ol Kettle
Itiver. thence following lhc Wot, t*nrt* of wid
river In Iti head. Ihence hy t ho niiMt. con lenient
mine via Okanaann Mltulon Valley t» Vernon,
with powor tnconmnicl, operate and mahilaln
liranch linen lo any pnim wil hin I went v niilw
nf the iiinln line of railway, and wiili iniawui
I lis lines not   I'Xi'eeilinir in  mv one   'iiiminnl, operate ami iiiiiIiuhIii ill nncoMU*"
f,   ..    ''ridges, niadn, w«>
1 coin   (truul, iicqiilro, owt
mid ilinki, In uiniicctlon thirewllii, hihI lii con
ested in the project have confidence
In nn the development already don>
'hat they have the making of a valua
iilc mine in Ihe H. Bell and jitopose tc
prove it.
The capital of the new company will
' $7-0,000 in |10 shares, and the stock
lias already heen fully subscribed.   Il
the intention to sink at once to a
•pth of 300 or 400 feet and prove the
ore body to Ihal extent.   As soon as it
is deemed desirable a good sized all
onipressor plant, probably of 6 01 10
drill capacity, will be purchased and
installed, thus giving all  th" powei
needed for expeditious and economical
exploitation of property.
Midway Mail Service,
Mails close for nil points easl. n> I-HI.
in, daily, and for all points west at
i p. in., Mondays, Wednesdays and
Pritla vs.
Mails arrive from .ill pnints nnst at
1:1(1 p. in. daily, anil fnun nil polnti
.vest nl. 2 p, tn., Wednesdays, Kridayi
md Mondays.
Mum-y orders and Registration clnse|
10 minutes liefore above lime,
 m-	
Application.*  for Certificates or
Improvements.
Notics advertised in   tblsweek'i
Aiivanuk are those of t—
White Knight, Kruger Mountain.
Peacock and Headlight, Krugei
Mountain,
Big Bug, Catnp McKinney.
Su*ie, Fairvlew.
Dominion, Camp Falrvlow,
Horsefly, Camp McKinney.
St.. .Iniin, Beaverton.
Malm and    Washington,   Beavei
Creek camp.
Occidental, ('amp Fairview,
Cnrini and B. A. (Fractional), Carm
camp.
Lancashire House,
MIDWAY, B.C.
 ®	
thi
nnd ferricn, nml to con
itruet, iicqtilro, own nml maintain whari
md ilin'ki. In uiniicctlon thirewllii, hiiiI men
it runt, own, acquire, equip unit maintain nteain
mil olhor vnms'ls ami Innts nnd opernle thiJ
mine on any navigable walcm, nml tooonrtruel,
iperau, and nmlntuin loli'Kniph nnd telephone
men along tho ronlcn of nald railway imd iu
iraticliiw or in raHin«-Uun thcrewllh, and te'
trannmil aimmnit for onintnenclal purpono*., t»'
ic'iii'nile eleulricltr anil supply light, licit w„l
iiiwi't'. nml In iinici, comtriicl, liuild ami main."
I11I11 the ncccnRaiy IiiiIIiIIiikk unit works, anil'J
with power bi Hike wnler frnm the Inlln im1
•-I'lilllllnelieeiiorsliiinwnii llivor near I by'
it", un lhc Went  Kork of Ketlle  lllver HUM
Hull creek, in generalo nnv kind nf DdweruW
■too imrpiMun nforeniild ot In milnootloll there.
li for reiviiril, ami in arquira nnd rouolvb
;frnm any Bovorumont, corporation nr pofsoiiKf
TiiniMif IjuiiI, monoy, bonimes, prlvllogo< ora
Ihoritsftlatanco iti aid nf Uio nimstniiflon ofl
[ilie eniiiiiiinj'n  iinilei'liikiiiK, mul  tn connei
with ami enter inui trnllle nr iiilinrarruiigi
nenln with railway, "timnbnnt ur other mtn-'a
unit's; and for all rights, powers and prlvHegi
neeennnry In or Incidental to the promise**
nd forothor purptisos.
The  undersigned having   taken   thn   well-
known   and   comfortable    hotel   invites   the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS Ol*   LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Fiirniii-e-litMitvd nnd coin fortnlily
furiilslied   rooms.
FIRST CLASS MEALS   WELL  SERVED.
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor.
Hotel
llate-l »l Vancouver, H.O., this Knddnyor
lli'M'i.'inbcr, IKin. '
WIMWN * SRNKI.KIt,
iMilieliiirn tor tho Applieiinls.
jThe Boundary
...JVIIDWAY. B. 6...
trictly First-class Throughout,  Excellent Accommodation,
NOTICE.
NOTICK In hereby given Hint "The Coliiinblnl
and Western  Itnllwni  Cnm-Miiy." wlii'l
apply In lhc Uginlmlve Aswimhlv of llm Prov.
noo nf llrilinh I'nlillnliiii, al It- ni'XI newimi for
1111 net te anioml neel Inn sixteen nl i lie "(loliitn.
ila nml Wentern Ballwiv company Act, IMIT
IHtalutti* of llrltlsTi Columbia. Isnil, cluip U
by extending Die time uii'iitlnned In the sulil
I'd nn for fho completion of the mill nml sixth
lectluns nf thn railway auiliurimil In lie buill
liy.^iii'l Aot,
Datod ut victoria 11. i!„ Docotnbor IsiIi.iiki
ltOIIKKTStlN U lltllllOKTstiN,
81 Mnlloltorn for appllciiiu
Large Sample Room for Commereial Men.
THOS. McAULEY,   -       Proprietor. A.J.Iflell, nl' I'cnli'jtl camp,  i.n
twn to-day.
lobnnjr Hill wan in lown loilay
it way to lieiivi'iiiiii.
J, B. Bush is having an iulililli.li pill
0 tie rwitli'iicc on (It ll street.
'jfUlpfe Fowler, nl' itnck Creek,  was
[■Itlg Jfeslerilny's visitors In Miilway
0.'W. Winter, i'l' Oolville in spend-
Kg a few tlays in town, lhe kiicsI of
I. ft Jacoli*.
MIm Mary Mat tin's, nf limintlary
Mb,paid " vi«il, to Midway on Tuns-
lajrof UhI week.
N«It Sal urilay,  Fell. 2,  heing   tin
!■!• Wt for tin'   (Jii 'a  ftmi'i'itl,   all
llarwof business  ill  Midway   will  lii
MNBty-one ten inn are nnw eiiiployeil
^|oru from thcl'arini to Midway
Miient to the pyritie aineller it
atance eiiHl. of here.
IHouston, Innal manager of the
la Telephone k Telegraph Vo,
lllitlway one day laat week on
lin connection With  hia  com
mr
Owing to the death of the Queen.
ibflaheat and pillow slip hall, which
VM to have heen held in Terry's Hall
|04BOrrow nighl has heen postponed
Iffcfeitely
0. L Thoinet has a force of men it
Mffcon the Klkhiirii   extending  the
Mtl, which is now in 41 feet.   Sunn
Hpiples of free  milling Roid are
"biiihI
h of Kngland memorial service
conducted in Midway on Satur
xl, hy Rev. W.A. Rohins, M.A,
r tintice will he given as to
r a minning or evening service
held
mdnxi to recent regulations adopteil
j^He Ueparlineni nf liiliication,
j^Hft-ia, ui.iny of   lhe   teachers  now
^^Hed in tlie profession will havo  to
I it Minion of the Normal school
kiicniiver.     Among    those   win
Inriimiite enough in he granted
ertillcaii' without further at
(nee iii   the Normal  school,  wi
H> the name of A. A. Mcl'hail, who
Ml'no I'lli'ii'iitly   taught  lh>'  Midway
mebOnl for tin- past two years.
Oil   Fi nlnv   iift"iiiimn   iiinniiiJii inns
•»«-t*» held at ()h"-iiwoiiiI tn till the vie
Can.'t in   h   citt council cuisial liy tin
■Mh-iii    t ul \\. .1. Kiikwuiiil.    Dun
Hltoss wilh tin' nnly person nominal
Tm the ret.irning nfliret declared
noted,   Previous to the time ol
|ng nominations et*Alrterman Ban
Han  made a protest against   tile
fiily ufllie niiininaiinn nml cli-rli iii
at any time, although all details luvi
lint, yet beet) sellleil. The fnllowiiiK an
the recruiting stations! Lindoii, Tor
unto, Kingston, Montreal, Quebec, Hi
lohiin, lJ, Q,, Fieilri Itluii, Halifax.
Winnipeg, Victoriii, llharloltelown
Kiiindim, Regina, Calgary, Kainluops
anil Vancouver,
They  musl he giuil    riders,   good
huts, sound in wind anil llmh, ami
witli a knowledge   of   Ihe  inanua
preferred, Whilst 1,(K)0 men have only
li askt'il fur, il. in probable Ihut   re
jniiis will lie lakeii as they come, antl
is many its are willing and can qualify
They will lie attested in Uaitada, lm
will iio'.-ilraw pay  until after landing
ii South Africa, hut n-lll he furnished
witli transportation and inalnteitano
froni place of eurolliiietit until landing
these are the main point* of the idea.
They will lie called the South African
Constabulary. The corps will act as a
minted Police in lime u) peace and
as a military force iu war, and wilt In
available for service in any pari ol
South Africa, The term of enlistment
will be for three years from date
landing iu  Smith Africa.   Applicant,
mist, he strictly sober, from ai to 31
years of ane.
I'uy and promotion will lie by merit,
nui accord Ing to a man's •Stolen**]
ind behaviour, troopers being ilivhlet.
uio three, and noii-coiiiinissinneu
iffloers Into four grades for ihis pu
pose. Melt of all grades will enter ,-,|
the lowest pay of their giatl
Amongst non-coinniissioned ofllceis
promotion will generally only la
griiriti-tl Ui those whn qualify iu Colli •
|iiial Dutch. Rations, horse forage
lothing, equipment, amis, quarters
ind medical attendance are suppliuc
ree,
Uiacharge may Is* purchased with
jiini-eul uf olllcer commanding dtvisiol
for $ll«) 1st year ; $75 2nd year, anu
fill .'ird year.
Whole a number of men join to
gel her ft (im   one place   they   will  Ik
|ii.,ilil"il together a.s far as possihle,
Leave will where possible be granted
lo nil ranks   fur one   month   in earl
vear, cumulative, on full pay.   Spec al
millions   rule   shouting leave, auu|
eave to  Kngland  or  om   of South
Wcii'ii.   After fnur years wit bout lent i
six months un full pay will he granted n
On  completion  of   tlm Hrst thretl^V
rears service a man may, if approver)
•y ofHcar commanding, re engage fora
iil-t her tei in of two years, at (ill. a da)
mra.    On   completion nf  thta li v.
tears he may re-engage fnr furl hei
ervirc liy I lie year, if the olllcer com
minding approves, al ill. a day foi
Very additional year until tlie total
ncU'iiM*   nf   pay   for    re-engagement
I have reached 2s (60 cents) per day
In the case  of   rect'tiils enlisti-il in
tiling
{qualified,  be was ent il led tu the
k   The case will come In'fure the
rt-.
ist Tuesday forenoon ahoul H'.'H
McLaine met with a serious ac
Int. l!|«in arising lie proceeded to
lie a lire, and while splitting sntiii
lling wood with a small hatchet
Mvd a portion nf the nest finger ol
sft hand. S. A, darner, an ami
Ir aurgeott, who wjis close l,y at tin
lie, picked up the piece of linger and
t-ing it back in its proper position
-unl up the injured member. Ml
ILalne visited Dr. .lakes and had tir
innil attended to, and it. is now
Sought that the piece of tinger which
ami severed will unite without leaving
Hy ill effects,
The most disastrous and torribh
tiling affray wliieh has ever oc
fcred since Vernon became a city,
the Vernon News, took place last
lay evening on Barnard avenue,
result of Ihe tragic circuit!
e Thomas ('arson lies dead, his
■Pliet William has an arm shattered
f_Wh linliei, aud lam T, Knglisli stand,
|S»iti .illi-il for trial nn a charge ol
■Wider Tin- circumstances which led
«p tn this appalling event may he
Uratcd in a family ililliculty between
th* parties concerned, Thus. Carson
Was engineer at the Vernon Flour Mill
He was marri.'d tn it sister of the 111.1,1
shot him, and the man was alst
icniisin. Then' had been a good
-I of  trouble  in   the family.
(e apparently had been subjected t
Isiderahle anxiety by her husband'*
licit recently occurred, her lirothei
lakeii her part,   witli   the   result
It Carson had forbidden Knglisli tc
lie to the  house,     Knglisli,  it ap
^ftrs, persisted in his visits to his sis
I'ttt,   and   things   Went,   from   lmd to
-.Worse. On Thursday last, ('arson went
'down In Ktlmviin In  see   his  Inoiliei
•'William, and  told  bim  bis  tumbles
J Win. Carson runic hack with linn and
Hkd to make pence in Ilie family mn
Hnnretitly wus .successful, us nil thn
.'Wtre sci'ti drinking   together    ill  the
Hti'i'iinini.     What  oeeiiireil  later 01
•■'tareiiew lhe quarrel is nnl known  hul
i lhat night Thus, Carsnn necnieil a chil
' ««td when Knglisli li
-'•truck   Ium.       Knglisli     iinuiedialely
Jlftnw his revolver and Hied fnur shins
MtJCiUHon, two of   which   look effect
^Ring him  instantly.   Wm. Caraon,
ilHlo stepped in   to  separate   Knglisli
' ittld bin hi -ol hei', was alsn shot in  tin
'Ann.   i'h agistinten committed  tin
prisoner In trial at the next Assize, Hi
Ila young mun of ahoul.  £1   years ol
Oge, and comes from Wilertlown, Ont.
. He is  u   printer   by   trade,   and bas
1 Worked nil' and 011 at odd times at the
'ifl|bvs olllce.
:
Procrastination is the thief of time.
Do not put off until to-morrow what
you can do to-day. Now that times
are improving throughout the Boundary Country in general, and in Midway
in particular, the number of lot sales is
daily increasing, and not only will the
prices soon go up, but the most desira
ble locations will be disposed of. Invest
now and show your good judgment.
For prices and terms apply to
THE  MIDWAY COMPANY,  Ltd.
tin
lhat. us W. .1. Kirkwnini was  Canada, une man will he selected   to
The Central Hotel
llth St., Midway, B. C.
This is a new three-storey he tel, comfortabl;
furnished throughout.
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The nearest house to the Railway Station,    Th'
most convenient hotel for railway travellers.
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The best of accommodation in every respect.
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S. DAHL, Proprietor.
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Greenwood, Boundary Creek, B. C.
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We have opened the above hotel at Greenwood nnd
are prepared to welcome guests and provide good accommodation.   Good catering.    First-class Livery Stable.
*S-S££S£S££S&S^£&SSSAS£ 2._ $i
J. W. NELSON, PROPRIETOR.
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vx'vy ten as coi'pni'.il, ami one as see
Keant to every twenty. Tlie-ie tein
pnrary non-cniutnissloned olttcers wil
nlillcil   on joining thc emps to
receive pay in   aiTCjir   at tile   rate ol
tbeir rank from the dale of emharka
lion, Init will nol retaill theii- rank un
ess i|iuililli'il.
rin- pay is for Colonel commanding
livMim £1,200 : Lieut.-Colonel, £1,11011;
Major, i$7S0 to£900 i Captain, £M0 lo
emit!: Lieutenants, 2ts to iis per day ;
Jnil Lieutenants, 20s; Superintendent
I6*.i Sei'nenlil. stalT, His.; iln., Hi*st
Uirs, lis.; iln., ixixl class, 8s.; corporal
s. (Ill ; troopers, 1st class, 7s; 2ml class
s,| 3rd class, 6s, A trooper al as, pei
lay will net aliout SI in a year.
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Sandon Winter Carnival.
Tlie people of Sandon will hnld
arand winter carnival, lieginniii'i; Jan.
28 and lasting, until Kelt. 1.   All of ihe
ading hockey and curling clubs in
Vale and Kootenays will lie in attend
nice, and several days spurt will l*e
'ffered those who attend,   The people
if Sandon are noted for their hospital
iiy, and everyone who can  picsilily
it lend the sports should lake advantage of tlie oppinlimity afforded for
teeing  a good   hockey, and   curling
match.   All communications regarding
Ihe carnival should he addressed  to
lames J. Godfrey, secretary-treasurer
f the carnival couiiniltee.
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Cliartend IH(t:t.
Stork Lift* mid
Accident liisiinince.
i-in ,iin.
Hii.   Ni
ISSUES the lieal lift
I. contracts in the
disappointment its to dividends,
Everything guaranteed in advance. Premium rales IS In 25
per cent less than those of old
line Mutual companies,
ASSETS	
January 1st,
LIABILITIES, .
SURPLUS   . . .
The Travelleis Combination Accident Policy guaranl
under ordinary conditions.
$50QQ
l«Q7.
$20,88.|.5,1
. 17,920.2(10.511
. 2,97d,42^.,?ti
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I lentil Benefit
l»S!< (if Sitflit nf Hnlli Kyis
bono! Until Keel nr ] tot Tn llnnili    8,000
len. ut line llsnil anil One Kent    .i.nnn
I'enil'ilienl Toliil   llkiiiil tv 2600
1.H-.U nf   Kujiii  itiiiel
lerr nt Log nt Or al'iivi- ICi
Lois of Lefl Hand     .   .
le". of Either Kent
l.nss of light of Oho I ve  .
I.itilits of    Weekly   Iiideniitity $1,
it HI.
AM). If such injuries are sustained while riding as ;t pawon**
any passenger conveyance using steam   cable,   or   elcctrl ih
motive power tbe amount tn he paid   slnill he DOUBLE  the
specified in the clause under which the claim is made,
Lequime & Powers, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
LATH and SHINDIES, SASHES and DOORS
Band Sawingand Job Work4*Jr_4o order
Telephone No. 12.
A Song of B. C.
*■"■   rhn renegade boh of a younger liranch
lameout to Vancouver io buy a ranch,
And his heart in his breast beat high,
king habits, and in some si|iutblilt   i'|lree -,„nlire,l sovereigns bad lie in
gold,
An astrachan coat to confront the cold.j
And a glass iu his dexter eye.
He selected a farm well stocked willi|
grass,
Three heifers, a pig and a llea-bitteii|
ass,
A bedstead and chairs nf silk ;
The latest designs in mowing machines,
A package of carrots and kidney beat s,
And a treatise on "how to milk."
Hul  somehow things from lbe start
went wrung ;
I'he bens lie picked up for the verie
song
Would ao anything else but lay.
The heifers siicciimtied to a thing ca
ed bloat,
il his l..icktiirned,fNu' I'ig »l1' •>■» aslraehon overcoat,
Vnd died un that s.'lfsjinie day.
lie sat him down with his brain awliiH
And wrote to his uncle, the noble earl
\ letter nnth strange and Bad,
lie said be ivii-i up to his ears in del t.J
And the ass sml n packet nf cigarettes
Wete sll ill the world lie had.
By return of post the noble grim
Had penned tliis laconic reply to him ;
"Deai nephew, it gives me joy
i'hat though of vour tidies you are lie
reft
You luive a congenial iiiiiipani"ii lefl-
So stick to vour pal, lliv buy."
A. li., iu lhc Outlook, Victoria,
Telephone ortler»*fei.ei<.e prompt
attention.
Trent
THE
MIDWAY
DEPOT
THOMAS WALKER, Proprleto
All the beat
Cigars and Tobaccos
constantly on hand.
Latest shades
terns of Wall Pap
stock.
Cost $52 a vear   to Professional   and   Busini
Mi.n'.axii Commercial Travelers.
Other sums at proportionate rates
"OT. H. Norris,
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN UIIITISII COLOMBIA, MIDWAY i;
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Ciotx.1 assortment of Fresh Bread, Cakes, Confectionery and
Fruit always in stock.
RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION.
First-class   meals   served at   all   hours.    Giv
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FULLS HOTEL..
I'he  hotel   is  centrally located and is a slopping place   for
Good llshlng in the vicinity.   Oood stabling.
A variety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar
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In the premises formerly occupied by
Seventh  Street,
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No. 4 K.-W.-C. Block, Neisoi. B.C. ,
linlil, sllvci'-l.i'nil ami Cni'lii'i- Minis nuiitcd nt llm BXOHANOR, i<
KHI'JK MI1.L1NQ inn.11 prnportles wanted at once for Rastorti Invosttirti.
Partlos having mining proporty forsaloaro roquostod to sond Bstnplos of tlicli' to    *
10 Iho KXCHANOK tor exhibition. j
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- Hl'Sllt Jlt.NtJKAl. CLAIM.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division of Yals
District.   Whore Located:-Al Fairvlew.
TAKK NOTICK Unit I, Charles tin lllnis
Urtmii. us agent fnr tlourgo A. Oncss,
free miner's eorlllloato Nu. IfcWIti, Inlunil,
sixty (lain frnm tho dale hereof, In apply
In the Milling Rooordor fur a oortlfloato of
Improvements, fm- llm piirisisc of obtaining
« Crown grant nf tbo above olalm.
Ami furihor take notloo Unit action, under
Meet inn 3". miiht, lm cniiiniiiiieed liefuru 'he issu-
hiii-ij uf Hileli 1-,'i-titl,-niu uf   improvement*.
Dated this •Mb day rf August, nwi.
17o (HAS. null. OltKKN.
MINERAL ACT 1896. -
Certiiicate   of   Improvements.
Wotlce.
Dominion Minkiiai, Claim.
Situate in the Osuynns Mining Dlvlilon of
Yalo district.    Where located:  Camp
Fairvlew.
TAKK NOTICE lhat I. elms, do II. Green,
as llKClit fnr lln- llilliiililun Ciiiisiiliil.ileil
Mines Co., free ininer's ccrtllleiiln No. xxiumtl,
hltontl, sixty ilnyri from tlm date hereof, in
ntiiil)' tn Ilie Mining Itecin-ilcr fur a Coi'tiflentu
'I Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crnwii (Irani uf Um abovo olalm.
Ami furthor take notice that notion, under
suction 87, must   be ciiiiniieiicuil   before the
isHiianoo of suoli Oortlfloate of Impro*, omunta,
Datod Uii* 301 li day nf Boptotnbor, IIMU.
■iis- CHAM. iikII, (IKKKN.
Mineral Act, 1806.
Certiiicate of Improvements,
sroTioii.
C.MIMl   ANU  II.   A.   tVlUOTIONAL),   MlNKIIAI.
Claims.
Sltuato   in the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yalo Ulstrict,   Where located : Carmi
Camp.
TAKK   NOTICK  Unit   I. Forbes M. Korby,
as agent fur K II. Thruston, free miners
Tj.ilii'i    V i,  mil,   Intond,   sixty    days
from thc dato heroof, in apply lu the Mining
■Ji-ei,filer fnr IVrlillciili-s uf liniiriivometits for
I ho purposo ol obtaining Crotvn Grants ufthc
to notloo ilmi aotion, uniler
ti,- ooinmonood befurc the
riiil.juii ut Improvomotfts.
ui; nf Ili-iJi'inlicr, A.I). tOUU.
KU IHKS H, KKl.llY.
Hia lit ii Minskai. Claim.
Situate In ths Ksttl* llwr Mining Division ot
Yal* District.   Whsrs loeaied :    Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK Ihnt I, W. II. Morris, for
myself, free minor's oertlfloato No. until,
and a* agent for A. Megraw, free miner's cerllflealo Nu. csao, and Mr*. 1. M. Macdonnlil.friii'
minor » eertllliato Nn. HtiMOI.InUnitl,slxlyiluys
from I ho dalo heroof, In apply to lho .Mining lie-
enriler for a eert Itleale of lmprovoiiioals, fur Dm
purpwo of obutliiing a Crown grant of the
above elaini.
And further lako notice Dial notion, under
section 37, must lie commenced  before lho
issuance of such eerlltli ulc of improvements,
limed thin Mb day of August, 1000.
llio W. II. NOItlllS.
MINERAUICT, 1806.
Oertiflcnte   of   Iinprofeinenta.
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MINERAL ACT, 1896.
ociiiiKs-r.il. Minkhal Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division or
Yale Dlstriet.   Whsrs located: Camp
Fairvlew.
TAKK NOTICK thai I, M. K. Sadler, na agent
for II. T. sin-ltiin. free miner * certiflctuo
r,u. mam;, iiiienil, llodjiys from lhc dale heroof,
In apply to I liu Mining Kocorder forn Certltliuilc
of liiipnivcinenls, fur tlio purposo of obtaining
n (Irown Ornnt of tin- above claim.
And further take- unlire Unit act Inn, under
soclion 37, must  bo commenced befurc the
issuance nt such eerlillenle of Improvements.
Dated this Jllst day A August, IIW0.
7c M. ¥. SADI.KIt.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of   Improvements.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
j
HottsKFLV Minkhal Claim.
Sltuste ln the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where located:   Camp
Hedley.
TAKK NOTICK that I. Chns. dcHlois tirueii.
as iiKimI for F. It. VV tillnst mi, free minor's
eei-tifliiiiic Nu. vtisjm, and O. H. Aruiidoll, free
miner's ect tiflealo No. n'_,tf_, Iiiienil, sixty days
from lho dale horoof, lo apply to the Minim.-
Keenrder for a (.'ertiflcate nf Improvements,
for t he purposo uf obtaining n Cm wn Orant of
lbe tibnvo claim,
And farther take notice thnt action, under
soctlnn 37. must bo commenced before the issuance of such Cerlillcate uf Improvomonts.
Dated this Ith day of November, into,
tic CHAS. delli.OIS OKKKN.
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Beautifully situated at the eonfluenee of Boundary Creek aid Kettle Biver.
ILL BE The most »"l),)rtallt railwa>' town in the Kcttle River MininK Division.
The Western Terminal anil Divisional point of the Columbia & Western Railway.
The Wholesale Supply anil  Manufacturing centre of the  Kettle River and Boundary
Creek Districts.
The distributing  point for   Upper  Kettle Rivcr, West   Fork  and Camp  McKinney
mining camps.
The  nearest Railway town to  Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain  and   other
Northern Washington mining camps.
The   leading residence town   in   the  country, with an  excellent   climate,  pure  water
supply and favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
8KND FOR MAI'H, PRICES AND KUI.I, I'AltTlCUI.AHH TO
A. M. WOVKNDKN, Secretary,
30 Ht. .Iniin Sti
SU a THE MIDPY CO., Ltd. "-
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i ftir llrilisli Coliiniliia,
Midway, II. ('.
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NOTICE OF FOHFEITUBE.
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St. .ItlllS  MlNl.llM. Cl.AI.M. |
..'tn.iit' in the Kettle River Mining Division of
Vale  District.   Where  located:  About
sen n miles above Beaverton on the west,
"ide of Beaver creek.
TAKK NOTICE Unit I. Korbos H, Kerby. as !
agonl tnr Klmoro (.'nlliur. froo minor's cer-'
til-:ili>  Nn.  li:"l|i:i. .Iniin  1).  'I'limniisiiii.   free
in    ir's c" tlflonto Nu, B2MM, ami Walter Stir-
I'm*, free ailnor's oortlfloato No, nlltlili. Intond,!
slxt* days from tlio dato horoof, to upply to the j
"filing Itooordor for n Cortlfloato 'if Improve*
for tho purposo nf obtaining a Crown j
-.f !!"■ ii1",! >■.-!.'.lii.
I f'trlhur Inkii notloo lhat aclion, timli-r j
■i ;n, ran i   ue    amnionce l beforo 'lie f
it - - ii Ccrtlili in- it Improvements,
.,,,,! November, who.
Jn I'll'.ilKS M   KKIIHY,
I'.ilNEiiAL ACl, 1896,
': lilc.-ite   <if   Improvements.
jwojcioa
IU A.'' IV   .II.VIJT1IN Ml.NKa.lL Cl.ltJIS.
•ji-     .lii Kettle Rivor ailnlnar'"'fvinion of
vliorc located .   lir.v."'.
i.ls'.l'r
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■I IllipitlVClllOIUS.
i.f Nui-.- nber, IMO,
'iiUliK.s M. KKItllY.
W. H. WEBB,
■■___ Practical __s»
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
--♦sat
Bepaiving
OF ALI. KINDS
Promptly   an-l   Neatly
...  ■ -.
tRIAGE ITINi
SPECIALTY.
To C. A. Peterson, lute uf Kholt (reck in Yalo
district :
Hir: Vnu ire hereby notified that wo have
oxpended SIUL'.jK) in lalsir anil Improvement.-,
iipnn tbe "Hig Windy" Mliiornl claim, situate
In I'rovlilenre Ciinip, In !lie Kettle Itiver Mill
Ing Division nf Yule Dlstriot in Hritish Columbia, in order tu llnli! slid claim undor tbe pn
visions of Seotlon U ot the .Mineral Aet. mioli
being Uie amount required in iinld lbe sniil
clnim fur llm yenr onding April 9, low.
And If at the expiration of nlnot) WW days nf
pablicntlon of Oils notice yoo fall ur refuse tn
contribute yonr pronnrtmiinf tbe expenditure
required under sniil section il. together with
iilleiistsof advertising, your lnterosts in snid
elainisliull beeunie vested in the subscribers
lyour un-oMimrsI under Seotlon 4 of tbo "Mineral Act Aiimndiiiint Act, 1000."
Dated at Midway, H.C. this 10th dav nf
December, isuu.
HIOHI.ANIi QjUCKN CONSOLIDATED
MINING AND Mil.UNO CO
O, I.. TnoMttT, Manager.
Ore ,l. A, Ukswoktii, Secretary.
R. H. PARKINSON.
I'riu iiicliil I,nnd Surveyor.
\y/   \ Rhitect and  -
.—_  Civil Engineer...
Financial,
I^eal'Estate,
I tiaurarioe and
MininE AjjPiit
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rjtiaviaw, o.o,
Correspondence Solicited.
The Berliner
Gramophone
This is the machine that talks—sings—plsrs every instrument—reproduces
Sousa's Band—string orhcestras—Negro Minstrels, Church Choirs, etc.
It reproduces the violin, piano, flute, cornet, trombone, banjo, mandolin,
piccolo and every other instrument.
The Berliner Gram-o-phone is louder—clearer, simpler and better than sny
other talking machine at any price. It sings every kind of song, sscretl, comic,
sentimental, patriotic, "Coon" songs, English, French and Scotch Songs, selections from Grand and Comic Operas, plays cake walks, waltzes, two-steps, marches,
in fact everything that can be played on any instrument or number of instruments
can be reproduced on the Berliner Gram-o-phone with tbe wonderful indestructible record discs.
It tells funny stories or repeats a prayer. It can entertain hundreds st one
time in the largest hall or church, or it can be subdued to suit the smallest room.
The Records are not wax, they are Mara), Flat, latfwtntctlMa Met, which
will last 10 years.
The Berliner Gram-o-phone is made in Canada, it is guaranteed f or five yoott.
The Gram-o-phone is used and endorsed by the leading clergymen and
others throughout Canada.
The Berliner Gnm-o-phone received the only medal
for Talking Machines at the Toronto Exhibition 1000.
The Berliner Gram-o-phone hat been widely imitated
and the records counterfeited, therefore beware of machines
with misleading names at they are worthless.
If the Berliner Gram-o-phone is not for tale in your
town, write to us for illustrated catalogues aod other
information, free.
Spokane Falls &No;
Railway C
Nelson & Ft.
Railway Co.
Red Mountain
Raii.w.w Co,
The only nil rail route beta**
nil points Knat, Weat nml SnJ
Ito   HiishIiiiiiI,   Kelson  and
iiiti'riiictlliitc pointh ; cm	
iii!.' nt Spokiuii* with tin- dri-]
' Northern, .Northern l-iirifii
JO. 11.,Kz X. OO.
J    Connects at Nelson n ii, .        ,  i
j Kaslo and all Koote.iay Lake mu.;
j   Connects at Meyer's Falls wuh mt ti]
for Republic, and connects ut H.
! stage daily for Grand Forks anil Ortttms
Factory : 287*371 Aqueduct St., Montreal.
Emanvsz. Blout, General Manager for Canada.
Prfca, complete
$7.50 4 $15.00
including
a 16 inch horn,
3 records
and
concert sound box.
HPOKANE..
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Riverside  Addition.
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To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FEET. PRICES REASONABLE.
For terms and all other information apply to
W.H. NORRIS, or        A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C Camp McKinney, B. C
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I'olli'i'Hnn of the hlfhest Inn"-1
and value.
Whether use-! for framlnn of l"T
us a iHirtfollo nf 30 ottriu'tlvi' An
Works, fnr lhat will lie th'' "'" '„'
refi'lvi'd In lhe'course nf nbmii "
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