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IDWAY, BMTISH COLOMBIA, SATURDAY, APRIL, 30. 1904.
S2.0Oper Year.
New Arrivals
(of Good Things to Eat.
Summer School for B. C. Mining Notes.
Viet.-ria. April 27.—Provincial  —
mineralogist Robertson haa ad-     The intelligence received that
nice irtjtu Dr. Porter,  professor -.u^ m-,,.......! „.,j d   .      c-
r nne .Montreal and Boston ( om*
ot mineralogy at McCriii. that he
h on hi.** way nut trom Montreal
pany g   com
Don
utuun Vi
n with   the
imnanyand
Christies Celebrated Biscuits1;:
CHEESE WAFERS. GRAHAM' WAFERS. HONEY, RICE.
SOCIAL TEA and FANCY MIXED BISCUITS.
with a summer school ot* stu ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ents for field work of British i other Boundary properties, was
Columbia. Tbe party will stop!an accomplished fact has
at   Lethbridge.   Frank.   Blair-I occasioned general rejoicing in
more   Fernie.   Movie.   Nelson.'..kp j-....* ..    t. , _.    , ,
v   .   t,    ,     .      - ,       meoistnet   It means ranch for
innr, Kcestand, and Boundary L-    D      .
t     . -   -.he Boundary,
points.
The party will probably ' The nickel output for Ontario
: arrive in Nelson .".bout May 10th I la.-; year wai tUW$ tons, cun-
i and remain three or four days.. siderahly more   than half the
b.     j « ., ***!        . i world's     <r.pplv.      Since   1X92
Passed Railway Committee. vv • u"
Ottawa. April 28.—An act to I
twelve new minerals and met-
the
Boundary.
ailie product.* have been added
Ontario Cheese,
full   crerm.
i Railway   company   passed the .j
| railway committee   today.
J)
»
»*
/\ OO 16S    ^^ quarters fine flavored.
Marmalade,homemade in"""
Jelli
I incorporate     ««      "^"I.jfothe mining list of the pro-
hamloops and Cariboo Central | vin,e    ^ ^ output ^^
hose years has increased from
4 .$6,120,753 to S13JM.634.
i    The incorporator*; are Geo. T. r
jMaliery. Mark Sweetoa  Wade.:    W. H. Jeffery. engineer   end
• Donald Joseph McDonald Swan- i, manager for A. E. Miller and
j son. of Kamloops. and Norman [his  assoeia
ifiuthrie, of Ottawa.
bond on rr;
who  have   the
'elen claim, ad-
stoppered glass  bottles
^—    assorted in 5 pound tins equal to any
^^} home made.
Herrings-
Fish Labrador,
Cod-fish, -
by the pound or ~2*ib. pail
chole. skinned and boned.
J. MCNICOL
R. G. MaePbereon explained joining the townsite on the
j the provisions of the bili. Tbel-Mwth, is having some $150 ore
! proposed road will run from sacked for shipment these da vs.
j Midway to Okanagan lake and The Helen ha.* present appear-
I Grand Prairie, thence to Sam- janees of being a mine. The
! loops and will follow the valley. management's <uccess thereon
(of the north ihompson river h**8 encouraged them to take
; through Cariboo to some point a bond ou the Barim.-.t. ii
Ion the Keehaco river. atnd|ne'ghboring claim higher up
i thence by Fraser lake either the mountain and southeast of
ito Bulkley river or Babinelake, town:
to Hazelton on Skeena river Tlie resident owners of the
[and northerly to the Stikine Providence are feeling pretty
Irivcr and Testis lake, thence to good lately, and Duncan Mc-
j the confluence of the Hootalin- totosfa, the companysmanager
jqua river with the Yukon river, bas a right to taok happy, for
The power asked for to build ,<,t.-e time past the company
branches was strnrk uut. ha.- been drifting for the on- on
~     **" the   KliO-foot   lc\A.     Tuesday
\   The Cost of the Grand Trunk     rhe     ore    was    encountered
Paoflc The  lead   bas  maintained its
The estimates of the cost of- *"id:h and vabe- The samples
: the Grand Trunk Pacific by ****& ihovn abolu t0*a *™
■government supporters are,ver7 fine and wiil "**7 "-to
'very contradictory. The ad- the hundred* of dollars. Every-
I ministration of business men M? a ■*>«•■ t town is delighted af
! have evidently found something 'he new demonstration of the
j they cannot figure on with ac- merits oi jQe Providence not
, curacy. Sir Wilfred Laurier. °nlj because of the acknow-
in his famous we-cannot-wait *et-g«l worthiness of its owners,
I -j  ; speech last year, put the cost but ^eeanse of what  it means
X'ff_f[.['f:f*ftffff_JPffftffrfffffrff$&f'§'frjlff<f^  L $13,000^000 a^d not a  cent t,or tie  t'-wn*    Seraral other
    imore.  Mr. Fielding reduced this h»gh   grade   property  owners
—_-...•: ».     .     ,    ' —j— ' - —■— -■ -     Ito ^,:21.,Vm.i)1.     Sir   Richard have  been anxiously   awaiting
Oartwright    :'n    his    Toronto the "-suit of tbis latter devel-
l speech said that even if it cost opmeat   on    the    Providence.
,; fonr or five times the   estimate     Greenwood April27-J. Camp-
i of   the   Premier   it   would   be ^y o{ Xew yorfc whn hag been
; cheap in comparison with   the hen? for the  iast month M a
G  P.   K.    Colonel  Thompson guest of Wm_ M_ Uw_ ha^ bgm
; now pots the price at 881^80,240 making „ most syitema-ic and
fabout  ten times   that   of  the comprf?hensive  survey   of :he
I Minister of  Finance.   All this t0WB's   surroundine,."   He has
reminds one of Mark Twain's ^Dt   nearly every  d?,r ]froni
description   of the Heidelburg eartj. morBi,;g t0 e"venjn'g visir-
I Tun in  "A Tran.p Abroad" in ing the raines  in the vieJnUv.
part as follows:    Tt Is a  wine g^  c](y^ly  identified   with
cask   as   big   as     a    cottage. lar?e capj*ai ra Xew York. Lon-
iand some traditions say it holds don< and paris> .fae generai j^.
j eighteen    hundred     thousand lief   exht- tha, his proiODge<i
j bottles,    and   other  traditions gtav and ^^^1 8tudy 0f the
•say it holds eighteen hundred situatjori   auguni well" for the
I million barrels.   I think it like- futun?.    His standing and in-
\W that one of these statements troduotion    have    given   him
i is a mistake and the other one opportunity  to   study all the
a lie'. local mines at short range and
* he has acquired a vast mass of
Entertained at Ottawa. reliable   information.     He   is
J. A. Macdonald. liberal lead- naturally conservative and
er of British Columbia, was en- somewhat reserved but he
tertained at luncheon one day found opportunity to express
hi-: week at the.Rideau club, himself very enthusiastioaliy
there being present Sir Wilfrid concerning the opportunities of
Laurier. Sir Willian Molock. the Boundary for profitable in*
, Hon. Clifford Sifton. Hon W. vestment vi capital. "Such
H. Fielding, Hon. Raymond Pre- money though." said he, "must
fonv-.ine.and H ->n.Se"nator Tem-: be intelligently invested and
pieman, the British Columbia efScietly managefi.'* Mr. Camp-
Uberal member--. Duncan Bow, bell leaves in a few days for
of Greenwood. and deputy London and Paris to interest
six-eker MacDonald. hi-associates.
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Fishing
44
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Don't waste your time fishing with poor
HOOKS and LINES when you can get the
best at the Drug Store at the right price.
We have a new stock of the up-to-date
Fishing Tackle
and it will pay you to see and buy them.
iMwr-
Thomas Drug Co.    Midway   j Published weekly at Midway, B. C.
Subscription price, $2.00 per annum, payable
in advanoe, either yearly or half yearly al tha
option of the subscriber.
Advertising rater* sent on application.  •
SATURDAY.   APRIL 30. 1804.
H^r
^
With commendable enterprise
a number of the   residents of
Rock Creek and vicinity have
formed what  is known as  the
Rock    Creek Gun Club.    The
members, of which there are a
large number,  are pledged to
obey in all particulars the laws
for the protection of fish and
gaine   in   the    province    and
furnishing   information to all proper    authorities in prosecuting anyone who
infringes the said laws by shooting game out  of season or by
using illegal devises for killing
game. They are further pledged
to do all in their power to have
more stringent game laws enacted hy the legislature and   to
see that the preseut law is more
rigidly enforced.   The forming;
of sueh an  association should j
have   a good effect upon the
preservation of game during the'
close   season, as the members
will all be alert to see that  tho
laws  in   this  respect   are not
violated, and  again if anyone
is discovered killing game out
of  season   the   matter " !1! bo
taken up by the club and thus
relieve any one member of the
individual    unpleasantness   of
prosecuting, and in this way an
offender is lnqre sure of being
prosecuted than if the   matter
were left to auy one person, for
often    an    individual    would W'
hesitate   to    prosecute   rather!
than gain the ill will of an ot'-j
fender.   In the past  there has i
been too little heed paid to the
game laws.    Each   district    is
cursed with its usual quota of
game'hogs,    whose    princip
occupation is to shoot game out j
of season  and also   kill   more
than the number permitted by J
law during   the   o;.en   season.
This illegal   practice has now II
reached such a stage that when i
the open season for birds opens
nearly all the young ones have
beeu killed  off and many old
ones as well besides those remaining are so   wild  by  con-
:..tiitly oeing fired at that   to
ob;.aiu a shot when the season
opens    is   nearly  out of   the
question.   Under such circumstances when the season opens
the strict observer of the law is
"ewarded   by being unable to
.in few or no birds.    Deer
•  slaughtered   in large
i in ;    the   cIoj
. .' - ■  a check lie
iiis premature
mtry  will soon
i '.. i;** game.   The
.;ii«'k Creek Gun
i ■    \x i."...;r one and should
■ci j • , i.j ass.stance i t' the provincial  police in   carrying out
its good work.    If similar as-
.    j i.s were formed all over
province the game would
.,/'.    • so rapidly disappearing.
In connection with   the game
laws it might be well to state
for the information of the unin-
- n°d that  it  is   unlawful  to
■."'' in possession
u,  irout under the size of six
nches, under a penalty of not
less than $20 with costs tor each
offence or to both line and im-
priaOnmdut for 60 days.
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$3
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Carrying His Majesty's Hails
Will leave MIDWAV on Tuesdays, Thurs-
dkvs and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p.m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY oti
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 3.05 p. m.. and making connection with ihe train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
The best of accommodation for
the convenience  of  the
travelling public.
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i* Castleman has returned!
trip to the Okanogan.
fSullivan was down from
ich above Westbridge on
land Mrs. SmaUy, of Che-
jrere visiting their daugh-
ps. E. T. Hogle, during the
Atwood    returned on
ay froni  doing   assess-
work on the War Cloud>
llington camp,
marriage  took  place a
time ago of Wm. Lawless
s Mary Tedrow, both of
hi3t'mountain.
,E, Macdonnel, travelling
lagent.for the C.  P. R.,
rith  headquarters   at Nelson,
rat-in Midway on Friday.
J. J. Flood returned ou Fri-
ay froni the Simikuineen with
d  of horses, which he
ip next week to Leduc, j
-a.
1 Haynes, provincial con-
at Hedley, returned last
with his bride from Vic-
Mrs. Haynes was forro-
iss Mai Hardy,
death     Occurred     at
bos last week of the only
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mc-
c, a  little boy  18 months
Mr. McBoyle was former-
resident of Midway but is
running   the  old   Kruger
t Osoyoos.
Ugh B. Munroe of Green-
1 has been  appointed   by
)>>nn'niou governnient to a
tion in one section of the
|(»fiir.u    exhibit at the  St.
|is fair.   It   will  he in the
|ng  section of the exhibit,
fi will there be in a position
this district some good,
g a fairly thorough know-*
of the mining resources
lie Boundary.   It is   to be
Itte.l that the mineral re-
6s of the Boundary are to
gn y inadequately represeut-
SL Louis.    The samples
e collected from this dis-
i'or the fair by the goreru-
fct   agent sent out  for the
pose are too small and the
sentation incomplete.
THE MOST   DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONTINENT
Through Salt Lake City, Qleenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver
lA Daylight JRide JhrotigK Nature's./^ Gallery
Passing Castle Gate, Canyon of The Grand.jTenneSSee Pass,
Marshall Pass.and the^Royal Gorge
3 ? JTRAINSIDAILYIBETWEENgOGDENAND. DENVER     3
EquimcntIand Service Second toSnoni*
SEEK   NO   FURTHER,   FOR   BETTER    CAN'T    BE    FOUND
For DttalleOnlormitloB.i-Addresi
Vr. C. McBRIDE,
u^Thlrd Street
General   Agent
PORTLAND,   OREGON
fflYBFside Hotel
Rock Creek. 8. C.
S. T LABSEN, Prop.
Stopping place for Stages to
and from all Boundary
Creek points.
Good AeeoiiodatioD fop the Traveling Pole.
ANY LADY CAN MAKE
easily $12.00 to $20.00 weekly by representing us in{ht-r  local'tr
IN HERfSPARE TIME
The position is pleasant and profitable the year round.
Will gladly send particulars to any lady who may need to
niakefsome money, aud will convince you that this is no
deception.
MRS. DAVIDSON,
Drawer 66, Bkantford. Ont,
D. Q. MILLS.
Tourist
Cars East
Many experienced travelers
prefer tourist sleeping cars
for the transcontinental
journey.       The
a
Chicago, Milwauke
Paul Railway
& St.
can arrange for your trip
ea.n ih tourist cars, offer you
choice of routes and save
you money.
s. rowe,
General Agent.
134 Third Street, Portland
iMINERAL ACT.
pficate of   Improvements,
KO. 3   MlNERal.   CLAIM.
lit In tbe Greenwood Mineral Division of
lie District Where located: In Carmi
imp, on the west Fork of the Kettle river.
:B NOTICE that I. John P. McLeod.
Miner r- Certificate N'o. ttSuitO, ae.ing
rent for Robert D. Kerr Free Miner's Cerate Xo. H55260 and James Kerr Free Min-
Certificate Ko. B&390. intend, sixty days
thr dato hereof, to apply to the Mining
ier (or a Certificate o( improvements for
purpose of obtaining a Crown Qrant or
!above claim,
id farther take notice that action, undo-
on 37. must be commenced before the Is
ce of such Certificate of Improvementa,
Dated this Uth Any of April, ism.
J. P. McLEOD.
AGENT FOR
ftitchell, Lewis & Staver Comanvy ^====a^==t^===^=^
r a DMi^°.umVJr^E oi ^Ll; sP°te Fal!s *NarthBra I
FARMING IMPLEMENTS & WAGONS!       D
iHHBHnBBHBnHiHHB Railwav Co.
| Nelson k Ft. Sheppap
Railwav Co.
M Moaotaio llailway Co.,
Washington & 6, Ni By.,
Van., Yie& E. By Co,
CHAMPION MOWERS AND RAKES.
HADLET BAVCH, WASH. p.aA«NH.»inr.B.c
TICKETS
-TO AM) FHO.M ALL-
Points   East
j Residence one milo south
ot Midway,
I
DR.   SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block. Greenwood.
Phone 96. V. * X.
A Business Proposition.
a care-1
route is
C. J. LEGGATT,
BAERISTEK AT LAW,
SOLICITOR'and
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY, B. C,
MINERAL ACT
tiflcate   of   Improvements
NOTICE.
BncBEaBoY   Mineral Claw.
'"*■>« Greenwood MlnlnK Division
ly* Dlstriet.  Where located: In
„    c»m» on thebest Fork or Kettle
ver.
E NOTICE that I. John P. McLeod
.BlfDer*'«rtUcateNo. BSOJtO, acting
™<'or liobert r>. Kerr, Free Miners Cer*
In lBA52fi0and Pnll*P B- S* Stanhope.
r^^CwIflcaU No. BAHS7, inlendsixty
E™» ib*Ante bereot, lo apply »tho Mining
« for Certificate   of  Improvementa.
p# M. KERBY
A. H. Can. Soc. C. E.
Provincial Land   Survevor
AXD
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
OfHce at Grand Forks.
J^JcLEOD k BROWN.
B.VBB18TKB8, SOLICITORS,
Etc.
Grkkxwood. B. C,
If you arc going eas
ful   selt\"i:i'-i ^	
• essential to  the  enjoyment off
i your trip.   If it is   a buisness
ttrip time is the main   consider-!
atiou; if a pleasure trip, scenery
iintl the conveniences and com-,
f oi"ts of a modern railroad.
Why uot combine all by using!
the ILLINOIS CENTRAL, thvj
Up-To-Date Road, running two j
trains daily from St.   Paul and
Minneapolis, aud from, Omaha,
to    Chicago.    Free  Reclining
  Hi
Tbe on!v all rail route between
points east, west nnd south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks aud Republic. Connects .it Spokane with the
Greal Northern, Norlhern Pacific and
0. K. k N. Co. for points east, west
and south I connects at Rossland and
Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.
Connects at Nelson with the K. R. A Ji,
Co. for Kaslo and Sl.van points.
Connects at Curlew with stage for
Greenwood aud Midway B.C.
SHORT LINE
Chair Cars, the famous Buffet-1
!T., i       . . „ j    Buffet  cars   run   ou  trains  between
;Llhrary-MllOklllg      Cars,        all) Spoknneauil Republic.
MANAGER wanted
Trustworthy lady or gen tie
man to manage business in this*
country and adjoining territory
for well and favorably known
house of solid financial standing. $20,00 straight cash salary
aud expenses paid each Monday
by check direct from headquarters. Expense money advanced.
Position permanent. Address
Manager, 810 Como Block,
Chicago, Illinois.
WANTED
i trains     vestihuied.     Tn  short |
j thoroughly   modern thorough-!
out,   All tickets reading via the
Illinois Central will be honored
on these trains  and no extra
! fare charged.
Our rates  are  the  same  as
I those of inferior roads — why
! not get your money's     worth!
Write   for   full particulars, j
B. H.^Trimbull,
Commercial Agent.
Portland, Oregon
J. C.'Lixdsey,
* T.F. &P, A..
Port Ian d.Ore.
Paul B. Thompson,
F. & P. A„
Seattle,  Washington.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14, 1903:
Leave,
Arrive.
SPOKANE	
6.15 p.m.
ROSSLAND	
I.ii p m.
".Si a.m	
.. NELSON	
7.20 p.m.
lD.Va.ra	
GRAND EORKS....
J.W p.m.
S.30a.rn...
... REPUBLIC .
6.13 p.m
Ht.
A..   JAOKSON,
General Passenger Agent.
Spokaae
Wash.
TO
Spokane, Seattle aod Coast Points,
St. Paul,
WANTED
A   man  to   *vpr»s*nt   "CANADA'S
1, rr.luUVUUUIIOf
AND POINTS EAST
2Tu*aina Dolly ft
fast   TiJDte   £
New Equipment Throughout, Day Coaches,
Palace and Tourist Sleepers. Dilungand
Buffe: Smoking Library C     .
For Tickets' Rates. Folders ar.d Full
Information, call on or addr ss
Any Agent ol the Oreat   Northern  Railway
jr write
H. BRANDT, C. P. & T. Agent
Spokane, Wash.
S. 0. VERKES, G. W. T. A.
Seattle, Wash.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The undersigned having beta restored
 ^Mb> simple  means after suffering (or
GHKATKST NCRSKK'KS" in the town of  eve-al rears nith a severe lung affection, and
MIDWAY and s»!.rounding ronntrv   *" dfead dist?«Consumption, L<anxious to
a,  t-„ ,„vlu~ f,ZZ '    Q1**ke known to htefeliowsuffors themeans of
and hike ordt-rs for | cure.  To those who dcire.it, he *--UlcheerfoUy
fl U B     HA BDY      SPECIALTIES J us«** which they wilt And a sure cure tor Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis and all throat
J. S.  HARRISON.
1 NOTARY PUBLIC,
1 forth.
er take noUoe that action,   under
tantl be commenced beforo the
SPECiAI. RErRESESTATtVE in this and
idj    ;.,»• territories, to represent and ti_______\
tise an old established business house of soii<t i APPLICATIONS  MADE  FOR CHR*
Bnancial standing.  jSalary $21  weekly, with
in Fruit Trees, Small Fruits.
Ornamentals, Shrubs, Roses,
Vines, Seed Potatoes, &c.
Stock true to name and five from San
Jn?e Scale.   A permanent position for
_„_  T_   the right  man on either salary   or
KL'AL tb IA 1 b, j poiniutssion,
*» «' Wch CertincaU™ortapro«mentT.
D»W thU9th day ot April, 18W.
J. P. McLEOD
rby'eh^iTIFlCATES   OF   IMPROVEMENTS'
Stone & Wellington
expenses, advanced each .Monday   -^__,^i^i^i^i^i^^^^^_^^^^^^^^_^^^_
direct from headquarters.  Rspenses adrano-j ^q   QROWN  GRANTS OF   PRE
-x^iUon permanent.  We rnrnlsh  every- j EMpT(0NS ^| M|NER;
ed:
tlm     ^mm^-_^__-m_____________^__________
AddtiSB Thc Columbia,  630 Modou Building. 1 vt 1 HU'A Y
uioago, ni.
FONTHILL NURSERIES
CLAIMS' over 800 acres
•PRONTO •       .        ONTARIO
B. C.
and lung Maladies. He hopes ail sufferers wil
ry his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those de-
iringtbe prescription, which will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing, will please
ddress. Rev. EDWABP A. WILSON, Brooklyn.
Xew York.
.WAXTKP-FAITHFUL PERSON' TO
call on retail trade and agents for tnano*
faeturirg house having well established business : local territory; straight salary jjD paid
weekly and expense money advanced ; prev
k*u< experience unnecessary; position permanent; businees successful. Enclose self-addressed envelope. Superintendent Tr»r«ler» UK:
Monon Bldg., Chicago,
mmm M1 DWAY 13 ON THE MAP TO STAY
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Business,  residence and garden lots at iow prices and on easy terms.      Send lor  maps, prices, and full  particulars to
,M. WOVENDBN, See
30 St John Street,
Montreal, P. 0.
MINERAL ACT.
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
Certificate   of   Improvements
;notiob
Mav  Minkkai.  Claim.
Situate In the Greenwood Mining Division of
Yale District. Where located: In Camrl
camp on the west fork of the Kettle river.
TAKE NOTICK thnt, I. .lolm P. McLeod,
Kron Miner's Certificate iNo. nSO'240, acting
i\k agent (or Robert 11. Ke.rr Free Miner's
Certificate No, B552(in, Philip 11. S. Stanhope
Eroe Miner's Certificate N'o. IAM87 and
Jnmos C. Dale Froe Miner's Ccrtifitato ko. i
1I5553D, intend, sixty dnys from the dnte hereof, I
to apply to the Mining Heoorder for a eertlfleato of Improvements, for tho purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And furthor take notice tint, aotion, under i
section 37, must bc commenced before the is-
fiitanco o(such Cortiflcato of Improvements.
Dated this I2stiiy of April, 1904.
.1. P. McLEOD.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of  Improvements.
(-. m. nmrsrc,
Agent ,■'...• Brit.islt(.iiltiml>i.i,
•        Midway, B. <;,
BESiaE2K'^:BgBE3
WOTIOIi.
Admiral Minkiiai, Claim.
Situate In the Greenwood Mineral Division of
Ynle Dlstriot.    Where located :  Providence camp.
TAKK NOTICK that I, John P, McLood,
Freo Miner's Certificate No. HS02I0. as agent
(or Thonns Henmorlee, Free Minor's Certificate No. 1)55211 and Hugh MoKeo Free Minor'
Certificate No. H55212, intend, sixty days from
the dato here )f, to apply tp the Mining Uecorrt-
cr for a Cortlllcate of Improvements, for tlio
purpose of obtaining a Crown (Irani of thc
above olalm.
And (urthor tako notice that action, under
soction 37, must bo commenced before tho issuiince of such Certificate of /Improvements.
Dated this 3rd day of March, 1(101.
J. P. Mc*trcoi>.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK that Wl days from the date
horeof I intend to apply to tlio Chief Com*
niisslonero( Lj.ndsnnd works for permission
to purchase the Kast j of Hoc, 7, Township 51,
Osoyoos District.
Dated this 12th day of Deoomber, 1903,
R, W. NKAVKS.
G. dell, Green. Agent.
$H   bast qua
ur  J©b Type  is  a
1% um only tfi)i
a tie
.entout   m
Hi
THE NORTHWESTER!
BUSINESS  COLLEGE
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough Work is done; where the reason
is always given;  where confidence is developed ; where Book*
KR2PINQ is taught exactly as books are being kept in busing/
where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is at is
best; where merit is the standard : where the training in U
11* Skrvick, Tklegrarhy, English and Cartooning wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them     howto be
successful,    No argument is so eloquent as    the record of
things well done.    No mortgage can corrupt,   no thief cun
break through and steal the knowledge of How to Do.   When
you know what a school can do for you by what it has done tor
others is it better to trust to luck.    Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or w
vine
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane W'-sli
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
riARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A Jne assortment of Maples'and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The secret of success |n planting is, iriRST-to arinre good stook,
SficoNn-to plant us soon ns possible after it is dug.
Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after they are dug.
Price list,  nnd  full  information  promptly   fflven.
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