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Vol. I, No. 33.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. JANUARY 31, 1903.
$2.00 per Year.
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
Morris, n Will Ship
roundary Falls   Smelter   will
Treat all the Output of
that Mine.
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CASH
REDUCTION
SALE
40N^
Dry Goods, Mens, Boys
and Childrens Clothing,
and  entire Shoe Stock
This is a rare chance for you to purchase Re=
liable Goods at Eastern Prices.
Call and examine our Goods and Prices.   You
are welcome whether you purchase or not.
"We have completed a cou-
tract with the management of
tbe Morrison mine in Deadwood
camp, hear Greenwood, whereby
theft proporty will ship its entire
output to the Boundary Fall,
smelter as soon as mining can
be commenced. I do not know
exactly when this will be, but
our plant will take all the ore
the Morrison can ship, and we
will bike it as soon as tbe company can possibly commence
producing. It is understood
that a considerable amount of
ore has been blocked out in the
mine, but 1 have no specific information on this point. Tbe
ore carries rather more sulphur
titan .has been deemed advantageous to self-fluxing ores, and
possibly this lias militated
against production on a large
scale heretofore."
The foregoing statement is
from Albert J, Goodell, general
manager of the Boundary Falls
smelter, who was in tlie city yesterday en route to Montreal,
when' he is to consult with the
principals of the Boston & Montreal company, and attend tothe
shipment of machinery ordered
for the additions to the Bound-
nry Fulls planl.
While in Hossland Mr. Goodell met Frank Ii. Oliver. of Spo-j
M
J. MCNICOL
Cascade     furnishing    Electric
Light  to   Phoenix.
For the first time the electric
current from Cascade was used
for city and general lighting in
I'hoenix last Sunday night.
Chief electrician Lane, of the
Granby company, who bave contracted to bike 2,000 horse (lower from the Cascade people for
the company's mines and smelter, as well as for lighting the
city of Phoenix, spent, nearly
all of last week in getting the
necessary connections made,
tbe current being turned on for
city use at the new compressor
house, where the switchboard
is located.
The light furnished now is
much superior to that which
has heretofore been in use,
wliieh came from the Greenwood Electric company. Tlmt
concern, it is understood, was
overloaded, or lost too much
power in transmission over the
five miles lietween the two cities. The electric system was
installed in Phoenix three years
ago by the Greenwootl Electric
company and was disposed of
tothe Phoenix Electric Lighting company, when the latter
or its representatives obtained
an exclusive franchise from the
city of Phoenix, over a year ago.
J. L. Martin is the general manager of the electric system iu
Phoenix,
Importation oi Nursery Stock.
Tlie Department of Agriculture bas boon advisee! tin in
response to the strong representations which have been made.,
the lion, the Minster of Agriculture has recomeiuled that an
extension of one month i.s allowed for the importation into
British Columbia of Nursery
stock, from these countries to
which the San Jose Scale Act
applies, vi/: the United States,
Japan and Australia, and tbat
His Excellency t.ie Governor
General in Council has been
pleased to order th it the prayer
bo granted. Tb i time there-
fore for the importation of such
trees and plants a ; come undor
the San .lose Scale Act is extended for one month, viz: from the
I5th October to the Pith April
instead of the 15th of March as
heretofore.
Conference at  Ottawa.
Oitawa,  Jan.   26.—-Premier
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g CLOTHING!
BOOTS
&
SHOES
AND
clav.
<§rtoinly It's wdio
Hut good warm Clothing will keep you warm any
Don't go around shivering in cheap, shoddy
Clothes, but call in and get goods that will defy the
winier's chilly blast. It costs but very
besides you will look like something in an
Suit of Clothes or Overcoat. Purchase now and enjoy the winter, it i.s liable to last a long lime.
kane. nuuitiger <vf the Morrison '. Prior, attorney-general Eherts,
mine, and completed arrange- private secretary Gosnell and
meats for the purchase of the;provincial fishery inspector
product of the mine. It is un-1 Babcock, of British Columbia,
dci. food also that the question had an interview this afternoon
of the construction of a siding j with premier Laurier, Mulock,
from the Canadian Pacific main | Fielding, Sifton, Blair, Suther-
line to the Morrison ore bunkers linnd. Prefontaine and Fit/.pat-
is lieing taken up afresh   and!rick.   A great deal of time was
little more, and
up-to-date
fr
When in doubt |
As to where to buy your footwear, call on us. A fr
trial purchase and you become our regular customer. j>;
Good quality and low  prices combined  never fail to tt
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SiVfe satislaction.
f y©u on
•GROCERIES
going
Year
AT
iuua #
j        To economise during 1903, the best way   of car-
jjg tying it out is tb purchase ) our groceries from us, we
I will help you to keep it, in fact we will guarantee that
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iv LJ A T TV I  O   s~> -"-\   * 'l ls    P'    •*'our orc'ers ;irc pliicec''" our hands,  be-
fty 1 I/"\ll>| (jt V^V^y.  * cause our prices for choice,  fresh   Groceries are such
that a saving of many dollars during a year is effected,
'.'hi'-
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that it will be carried to completion in the immediate future.
The cost of the proposed spur is
in the neighborhood of $8000.
The Boundary Falls plant is
running only one of its two furnaces at the present time, the
shortage of coke having affected
its operations in common with
those of other Boundary reduction works. An assurance of
further supplies of coke has been
given, however, and after the |
first of the month the second i
furnace will probably be blown
in, For some weeks the plant
has been compelled to draw upon the small reserve of coke
which has been accumulated,
and the outlook was serious nnlil the promise of larger supplies
after February 1st was received.
The machinery for the third
furnace is being completed in
Spokane ami eastern points. Iu
fact, the blowers, etc., ordered
in Ontario, sbouhl have been
shipped Ibis month, but are not
yet in transit When tho additions lire completed the smelter
will handle approximately 000
tons of ore daily.
"Our smelt ing operations are
being conducted at a prolit,'
says Mr. Goodoll, "although tho
margin is small, The light value in Boundary ores necessitates
lbe saving of costs at ovary
point, and the handling of large
tonnages. All these features
are important when profits are
counted in cj-nts instead of dollars, The addition of one furnace will reduce costs ten cents
por ton and the adding of another on top of the two in hand
will further reduce the per ton
cosls by five or six cents, all of
which 'helps some.'"
Mr. Goodell left last night for
Ibe east,and will be gone from
a fortnight to three weeks.—
Kosslanil Miner,
taken up with the fishery question. The present British Colunihia delegation are said to
take the same position on this
question as when Dunsmuir
came here lust year, so tbat very
little can be expected from their
visit.
A Business Change.
On the 10th inst, The Breeders'
Advocate, a Poultry, Pigeon and
Pet Stock  paper published at
j Petrolea, Out,, purchased The
Canadian Poultry Directory, a
j similar publication, of Woodstock, Out., The two papers
will be amalgamated under the
heading of The Breeders' Advocate, and published at l'etrolea,
j This will add nearly 1,000 to the
Advocate's circulation, and will
materially benefit those interested in the fancy. Sample
copies mailed forthe asking.
Galliher has left ior Home.
Victokia, Jan. 24.—W. A.
Galliher, M. P., left for home to-
day. In addition to looking
after the lead delegation, lie attended to ti large number of
matters affecting his constituency-
He made arrangements with
the postmaster-genera I for opening the following postoi'iees:
North Star, near Kimberley;
Annis, near Sicamousj Silver
Creek; Moberley, near Donald;
Boundary Falls near Midway;
Gold Fields, in the Lardeati, find
Morrissey Mines, mil!: ng seven
now postoilices,
Mr. Galliher has also arrangod
for ji mail route between Penti'.-
ton and Hedley This will ben
boon to that mining and ranching region. Another mail route
to be established is between
Wilmer mid Cranbrook.
A light house will be built at
Pilot Bay.
Sued  for Libel.
VANCOUVER, Jan. 27—Barrister D. (t. Macdonell, on behalf of Robert il. Macpberson,
the liberal candidate, and Robert Kelly, chairman of tlie party executive, to-day entered
joint action for libel against
Charles W. Murray, a prominent Foley worker, and the
Daily News-Advertiser.
At last niget's Foley meeting
Murray stated that Macpberson
had signed a note in Kelly's
favor for $5,000, representing
half the amount of the campaign fund provided by Kelly,
as a guarantee that he would
consult Kelly's interests if elecled.
Tbe News-Advertiser published and fiercely eoniiueiileil
upon this statement, which
led to the action being taken.
99 out of I0<
Pairs of hands will roughen and chap during the next few
months, if they are not taken ore ol". It is much easier to
keep them soft and smooth than it is to make them sn. Yi u
perhaps have a favorite preparation among the following, ot
which I have a good supply
Cold   Cream,      Camphor Ice,
Almond Cream, Witch Hazel Cream,
Yellow Vaseline, White Vaseline
Or  maybe you have  a receipe of your  own   you
would like prepared.
Dr. Shoop's Family Medicines in stock.
A. F. Thomas,
Druggist
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C. M. I'HOl'sl'.. I min i ci' hrivlclii
Publl.hod vi'i'kly nl Mlilwny. 1>. ('.
SATUKIVW. JANUARY,31; lim I
Since  the 'irandTrunk Pacific hallway compuiy atniouriced
their intention to build a trans-
c.ontineat.al railway, which announcement was foreshadowed
iti the celebrated dream speech
of the Hon. Minister of  Railways, the   subject of subsidies
or subventions has boen  quite
generally discussed throughout
Canada.   Tt has been a loading
topic in the. press, at board   of
t 'ado ptoetlngs, political gatherings and at tbo corner grocery.
From on.' observations  we believe that the peoplo gene-ally
aro.against granting aid either
in land  or  money  to   railway
companies    It is safe to predict that the stupendous blunder of grunting millions of acres-'
of land and  millions of dollar*
of money to the Canadian i'acif
16 Railway without proper  restrictions will not be repeated.
Canada of to-cby is a very different country from the Canada of twenty  years ago;   at
that time it would havo   been
impossible to have induced any
. oompany to undertake tbe construction of a transcontinental
road without very liberal assistance.   In those days the people
of Canada wero going by tens
of thousands to locate  on tlif
free and   fertile  lands of the
United States, and the  exodus
continued until the best lands
of that country were taken up.
In those days Canada was "no
good" in tno estimation of many
prominent Canadians, and men
in public life did a good deal ot
f?ea ad-ortisin •• for tlie United
States.    The   C:uimli»n   north
west was considered   un   excei
lent place for trappers and fur-
traders with patches here an:!
there of good agricultural land
but that it was destined to bo-
come the granary of an  Empire,  and   the mecca  of land
hunters from the'United State.
itself would iu)t have been erect
ited by .any  except  the gifted
few.   Canada needed a transcontinental railway and it got
it, but at too great a cost.   But
Vuy.vutso a  former s'overnmont
ma leva stupendous blunder and
gave away with, too free it band
tho people's land and money, it
doas unt I'jIIow that we should
go to the other oxtromo and decide that no assistance whatever should be given to a bona-
fide  company   undertaking   to
b uld a   transcontinental  road
Tiie Grand  Trunk Pacific rai!
Way would be a groat benefit to
ti  large pirt of Canada,   and
though a    Canadian    Cabinet
Mi'.i'u.t-3r b \i sbabo'J that no bind
subsidy will be given, we  vent-
it 'o to predict that the Grand
Trunk Pacific will ask  for and
receive  so'.ne assistance from
the     Doniinion     government
Thc opinions of prominent men
on the subvention question are
interesting.      Tiie      Toronto
World sent one of its staff to
interview .James J.   II 11 at St.
Paul,   The following is   whal
Mr.   Hill said  amongst   other
things: "The time has passed in
the affairs of Canada when itis
necessary for  the government
to subsidize a railroad.   This is
the ago when   projects of this
character are  carried   out for
practical reasons,  because  the
developme it of   the   country
warrants ib, and primarly because the investments can be
profitably   made.    If Canada
contributes aid to-day to another   transc mtinentaj    railroad,
either in money or land, the government should  receive   bonds
of the corporation or other full
and complete security for the
investment."
Hon. J, Israel Tarte, late
Minister of Public Works in the
Doniinion Cabinet, at the annual banquet of the Brantford
board of trade referring to the
necessity of deepening the can
als, improving and increasing
tho harbors, and extending rail
Way  facilities  said: "A larger
JVllL^VVZ-Vl       1N1_.YV^    L-/i_.iv-^i
Ti WALKER. PROPRIETOR.
Boooks,
Magazines
and Stationery
All the best   brands of Cigars and
Tobaccos kept in stock.
^BRANCH MONEY ORDER OFFICE OF THE
DOMINION  EXPRESS  COMPANY.
■ -■_••• -y-wiTi-mrr* tt
PHILIM FUM WOOL CO
highest!
PRICES '
GASH-'
RETURNS
PIONS,
|s_NICA:
i *-;..■'-"-':*" ■  exporters pllQQ
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pim-m first Avcj-North.   MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
I'' ""■".',-■   ''' .       WRITE --FOR   CIRCULARS
llll.    ITI 11- »» /-»*■■»_- —
A fiimilliii- nam. fn. tlm tihiwtgi.,-
Milwiliik.1' (ifcvSi. Paul Unllwiiy,known
„|| „ver lhe Dillon lis Hm Ureal Rail
Wily I'lltlllillKll I'lllNKl'll I.imitkiV
iiniiisi'Vfiy dny and night lvutwoen at.
Pnul iiiid Olilntgn, and Onialia und
CliiciiKo, "Tlie only |ii'i'fi'ct (ruins in
the woi'ld." Uiidi-i si mid ! iJontiw
linns mv Hindi' wilh AU. Triinsunn
tiniMiliil liini'S, asr-nriiiK to 'piiMiHiiBt._
Um heal, nervine known, Luxuilou.
53at'K5»l wl. civic ligl'iH. "Icain lieut, of
ii verily W|iialed by no ollmr line.
Sua Hint your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to uny point
in ilm United States to Oanada, All
t.ii kel agents sell them.
Fni' rules pamphlets or other Intor*
million, address,
R. Ii. Vonih H- S. Hewn.
Truv IMiw. Aiil. Uoneml Agonl,
SPOKANK. WASH.      I* 0UT1.AND,OR.
P. BURNS & CO.
I Wholesale and Retail Meat        |
I Merchants.                   1
« $
si Jj
| Markets lit: Greenwood, Grand Forks, Phoenix w
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| arid Midway.                                    $
ft
'$'1999
The Mormon Temple.
The Mormon temple at Suit
L.<kul'iiy is ii" diiii'l the most suh
iniii.i.il nnd weII i_*i'_t.i'iitt.i.d i'elii*inn<
rtlflfi' In the United States, if not In
the woi'ld. (Jni'iierHtoiie In Id April (J.
1853, cup r-Kiue April (I. If-'-1!! and dedi*
cued Ap. il 6,1SHW,:neer forty years of
oiisiuiil lilioi' lieing consume! in hs
mistiiietinii Thi. iiiHgniflcenistruct-
ufe at) f>et I"IIK, 1(10 feet wide is hiiill
entirely of Utah w lilt" ■jtrnite, linuuti
fully niryetlj syiiiliolie Of the Mnriii'in
faith, stiriiloiinleti liy six towers, the
highest heiugSI) feet frnm thegfjiind
-iip,i"i'tiii!» ji hrnu/.e sliitue nf the ung
.■I Mnroiil. Th-uist of Ihis huilding
i- ahout sp(J.0J-),0IK). Thei. are tunny
(itheviitiractiuns.£t Sail Lake Oity ol'.
inteiest to ihe li'iiveler nr tourist,
where inhiy CJin he well spent The
llloGfitriite is tile only Trull., eollli
iitntnl mute passing directly through
Sail Luke Oity, where a stopover is
•illowed on all i'hisst'8 nf tickets. The
service of the Rio (iMiide lines is unexcelled. Thee twins duly hetween
Ogden anil Denver, eurying nil clas
se.) of ni'id-i'ii equipment. If you are
m'lileiiiplating a trip iti llm Enst,
write ihe iindevi-igneil for inforumiioii
retfiu'iltlli.' rnii-s via llm "soenlu line nf
lhe world:" W.. 0. McBcirle. General
Agent, iM, J. K. M'lm, Traveliini Pan
-ci.gi'i' Agent, 121 Third Si., Pnrtlnild,
.Oregon.
viewpoint should govern the
govermefltf- polity in this regard. Tho building of the
Grand Trunk transcontinental
railway would do much to keep
tlio Northwest traffic within
('iii!i'(!:i, and should besuhsidi/.od
provided it is a purely Canadian
road. Canadian sentiment and
ooiil'ideneo was growing, and
the country's prospects warranted large measures and required large men.
Why you shnuld huy
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
BECAUSE it is the hest quality
HH0AUS15 it is most Listing chew
iiEOAUSE it is the Jargest high grade
10 or 25c. plug
BECAUSE ihe tugs nre vnlnnhh  for
premiums until Jan. I, 1905
IIEPAUSEyoiir dealer Is iilrlimlned
la   refund   you *• 1 oy
vmi liter not-satisfied.
Ji i. ■■ .mmmm_——m~mm
THB EMPIRB TOBACCOCO., Ltd.
Edltorally Fearless.
Consistently Republican.
News from all nt Ihe worM-Woll
written, original stories--Answers
lo qnorlus- Articles on Health, Ilie
Home, New Hooks, and on Work
About the Farm and Onrdeu.
 •«»	
The Weekly Inter Oeean
U a momber ot the AsrioalJitoii Pram,
tlio only Western Newspaper recelv-
I11K the onllre telegraphic news service ot lho Now York Sun and special
cable of the Now York World-dally
rep iris fi mn over '.' nun s|iecial cor-
responilenU throughoilt tlm country.
YEAR   ON E DOLLAR
SnlmrrllH* Tor THH! TSI'ATCH mid
I'lio Wcollly Inter bcoun one yenr,
doth papers for •2.60.
Trade Marks
Dcwons
....        cow right* ac.
AiiTone neniMiw a "k^eh «n« d^ptlon m;»
nniuklf iLir'orinln nnr opinion fr« •betlior an
Hi It probniiir •»"»"i»M0' WB"."'";!
Ilonmirloilyconililonilnl. IliindbopkonPalonU
tent true. Oldest iiponrr for«e«iOtWjr
1'iltollU taken lliriiuoli Munn * Co. rocel»e
niccial notlcf, nil bout onaino, In tno
Scientific flmericati.
A tnuulwimelr lll««lr»t«l weekljr.   WMJJ'A*
MUNN4Co.30,b'M""Newyork
nranoh OtneorBB K Bt, Wublngion, D. C.
R. MEYERHOFFS
Carrying His flajesty's nails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p. m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m.,and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
Ths beat of accommodation for
tha convanlenca of tha
travailing publlo.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
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af»  ll lit itl tii wm wm I
1111 bit bib wn aia aia wiw^
TICKETS
-TO ANU FUOM ALL-
POINTS EAST VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
St.Paul, Duluth, ninneapnlls, Chicaito
ANN POINTS KAST
Tlirnnnh Palace and Tourist Sleepers
IHniiiB ami   nuffet   Smoking   Library   Oars
IIAII.V TRAIN'S : KAST T1MK I SKIIVK'I
AN'i) SUBNKitY UNKQUAI.KIl.
Kor Hates.  Kolilcrs anil Full Information
eallon oraililres",
H. BRANDT, V. PkT.A.,
701 W, Bivei'.si(lc Avchuo,
Spokane, Wash.
A. B. C. DENMBTON.O. VV. P. A..
Seaiti.k, Wash
NOTICE.
NOTICK IH T1KKKHY OIVKN tlmt the
Midway ihmI Vornon Itailwny Cumpauy
witl apply tn tii'i Parliament nf Canada at it*
noxt. ScHfdun fnr an act. declaring thu railway
anil wdiks wliiilt tlio Company nan tiuun atltli-
nrized hy the litfU.tt wn' of thu I'mviuoo nf
Iti ii ish ('nhtmhia in cumttriiut, tn be wnrkit fur
thu (fi-noral iidvaiitAgu nf Canadu oxteiidiutr
iln'iitiM' within which ii may coiiHtrmst thc
sunn', and v'w'unt tn thu Cnntpany rttich pn vrrs
a. tn maiutaiiiiiiKam! uprrating ur ilispn.inn
of (id mll'.vfty ann wnrku and fittch otnor pnw
cw And privilutftt- o» aru mnally glvoh tn It .11
way Companlufi Incorpomlud hy Uiu HArliamunt
nf Canada.
Pitted At Ottawa, thin 181 h day 0.  Decombor,
A; a. its
WUiSONSKNKLKIt k MLOOMKIKLI),
Hulii-itiir_ for Applinnit.
McQlVKittN &IFAYDON,
AgenU fur oitawa.
The Canadian Bank of .ommeree
With Which is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.   -   REST, $2,500,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKER, Gen. Mgr.
HENRYF. MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
This hotel is centrally located and is a stopping place for stage
lines.   Good stabling on the premises.
CROWELL'S
HOTEL...
Or\ly tKe choicest brar\ds of Wines, Liquors,
and Gigars at tKe Bar
MTUATKI) AT BUUNDAUY FALLS, U. 0
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
OOOOOOO
ial Men
Headquarters for Railroad,
Mining
ooooooo
First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel,
>oooooooo<
S. A. CROWELL, Prop.
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l  We have added greatly to our
!
I stoek of Type, Borders, etc., and |
i i
! our Job Department is now epl |
I to any in the Boundary country.
We are also in reeeipt of a
m
| large consignment of thebest
I quality of all kinds of Stationery, including Wedding
| invitations   and  Ball   pro-
| grammes.
i
We print or\good paper,  and
J ir\ tKe most approved style f
J LETTER    HEADS,    BILL   HEADS, t
| NOTE HEADS, ENVELOPES,   POST-
I ERS,     STATEMENTS,    BUSINESS
! CARDS, CALLING CARDS,  BLANK
f
FORMS of all kinds, BILL OF SALE
FORMS for mineral claims, SURVEYOR'S AFFIDAVIT FORMS for field
notes etc.
A Trial order solicited.
■f        '
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I ADDRESS :	
j      The Dispatch,
MIDWAY.B.C. \\ Lloyd Jones, ol Nelson
A/„si,., is visiting in Midway.
a liquor licence has been
r^ted to the St. Lonis I Hotel,
fan.]. McKinney-
Horn-*" Midway, on 90th
U., the wife of T.J, Kelly, of
daughter.
Sovund persons from Midway
.tended tlie dance given at the
ot]m- Lode last week.
yyr, (J. McMynn has been ap-
loin'tetl a stipendiary magis-
•„to for the counties of Yale
„,] KOotenay. He has been re-
Led of the duties of chief
Ltnble and mining recorder,
nt hI ill holds several other of-
Jchh, and in attending to them
lias the zealous assistance of
f.S. Birnie.
.|..,,,(-s   Hunter,   the   young
I,, wlm wns seriously injured
-,,, fall of rock at the Cariboo-
Kinnoy mine some months
ire, li'l't Greenwood hospital on
fmrsday  morning  for  Camp
Kinney-   At the time of the
cident besides receiving other
juries, one of his ankles was
'.dlv crushed, so that it will be
long time, if ever,  before  he
.•overs  the use of  his  foot
aim   II is stated that the Car-
id-McKiuney company offered
pay Iiis expenses   to, and at
. Paul if he  would  go  there
r treatment by a  specialist,
the preferred  to return to
•Kinney.    Some   weeks ago
Jnion at Camp Mc-
benefit   ball,
\'j
HBe Minei
Japnne\.   held
a
ttSd.H..U.H
fa
fa
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Rinds of Work Executed to the Satisfaction of Customers
Webb
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK
BICYCLE AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
SKATES
SHARPENED
&
MIDWAY AND
GREENWOOD.
Maynard
MIDWAY MAILS.
Due
3.15 p. tn.
All I'oriSt   point*
,1'tH. Crow's NM 11. II.
KjlStl'l'll ruiliirlil
Hpnkunc
ItnsslllUd
NelRou
Fnlrvlcw
ttantiotori
Vernon, etc.
Cnscodo
IJrntuI Forks
I'll'll'lliX
Eholt
Ureen wood
All pN. hji.-t k South
Close
I 1.1 p. in.
body was deformed.   Later  he
took uj) hind on the north fork
of Kettle  river,   near   Urand
F6rks, where the Granby smelter now stands.   He  sold    his
ranch near Boundary Falls in
1901 to Mark Ghristenson.   For
over a year he has been ailing
and the flrst  of last week he I
became   woim   He   was   bad,
all the week but refused to see!
a doctor.   At last be became un« a sunV
conscious and then Dr. Spankie j     v'"' ,
was called in but too late to be I  **ftlU to**ikjiflte ferihw wortt of Midv?ay tiian
. j Camp MoKlnnoy go via. novelstoko.
or any service, and be  died on |
Monday.    Anumberof   friends'   Money,order*from8a.m.to7p.m.with tho
\vbi(*h ' oxireplion of ono half hour beforo departure
,,       „     m, r.    .     •    -     ,    ,     ,      anil after arrival of mail
Kev. Dr. Mcltae conducted the |
services. Deceased was in com-1
fortable circumstances and had
S.VlllttSTBBS, SOLICITOUS, fire.
UltKKNWOUl). II. o.
H   NICHOLSON,
—: NoTAKY PURLIC,
KEAL KSTATE,
FINANCIAL AUENT
and MINING HltOKKII,
Camp MoKinney. B.C.
p_ M. KERBY,
A. H. Can. Soc. C E.
Provincial Land   Surveyor
AMI
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway anii Qkbknwood.
DR.  SIMMONS,
DKNTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phono IMI, V. * N.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER.
Spokane,Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway,BC.
(-amp McKinney ;Tues.. Thorn
Rook Creek     \k Saturdays
All Worn Kork points 8.30 a. in.
bich resulted in his receiving J attended th. funeral at
tout -Sii.')., to   which   superin-
Inilcnl Keane added  $100.
H'l'lie British Columbia Copper.
inpany. Limited, owning the | about $1000 to bis credit in the
Kl). A. HAIN.
Postmaster.
J. S.  HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MAUK FOP CERTIFICATE. OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND CPOWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
vxrcciiwuuu"V/Ui jlcw
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE between
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway. Sta^e will leave Gi ten-
wood at 6:30 a. m., arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at Curlew
in time to connect with the train for Spokane diu 10:45 returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p. m., upon arrival of incoming train,
reaching Midway at 7:313 p. m. and Greeiiwocd at 9 p in.
Will connect with Meyerholfs Stage from all points West
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
(other Lode mine and smelter,
is issued a circular calling a
oeial meeting of the share-
ildcrs to authorize tbe increase
! the company's capital by one
pndred and fifty thousand new
lares at 11 par value of (ive
liars each, thus increasing
i' authorized capital  to two
J lliim dollars.   Tho  purposes
• which tbis additional capita]
: required are, one, to erect a
isc.nei'i/.ing plant to convert1
I  refine the produc    of tho I
ilie '; two, toerec., additional!
j'i furnaces sn u .tr> hi i ig thr" j
ji'Muii: capacity oflhesmelt-
lup to about  sixty  thousand
is per  month; three,   to acini more mines in the Bound-
district.    Tho   company's
ie is now producing 800 tons
|iy and the smelter already
I two furnaces..
lie masquerade ball held in
Wool's hall on 23rd inst., was
most successful affair of the
tl ever held in Midway,   lipids of 200 people wore pres-
representingChesaw, Hock
Hoiindary    Falls, Ana-
|a, Gi\v)tiwo:)d   and   other
ies.   A  large number were
iked, and many unique cos's competed for the   prizes,
and Mrs.  E,   Harvey,   of
.nweod, won the prizes for
costumed gentleman  and
A W. Huiley was an easy
ner of the prize awarded for
most homely costume, and
"annerfor the best sutttained
meter.   The distribution of
prizes  met with   general
■isfaction.   Much praise is due
^_. Main and  Jas.  H.   Bush,
got up the dance, for the
lessful  manner   in    which
^■ything in connection with
it Was curried   out.
Ho funeral took place   at
iwood last Wednesday of
fge  Munroe,  who  in 1895
up   land   on   Mc.Carren
jk above   Boundary  Palls.
Based was born in Scotland
^27 and   loft  that   country
^iut.0 years ago for eastern
(^ada, going  thence to Mon-
«i. Eventually he drifted to
Slocan, B. C, where he was
JHght in « snowslide and had
S> Or threo ribs broken. Tak-
B objections to doctors be lay
Wilis cabin until be recovered,
l^witl*  the remdt   that his
the bank when he diet ^^^
The body of tbe late J. R.
Greer, tbe C. I'. H, brakesman
who was fatally injured at
Kholt on 22nd inst.. was hurried
at Greenwood last Tuesday
morning1. A number of railway
men attended to pay tbeir respects to their deceased follow
workman. Kev. Dr, Mcltae
conducted the funeral services.
M
E
iifPORTUNITY.
For Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.---No Money
Required.—Every Man, Woman, Boy, or Girt has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
In nrd. r to hnve Ur. Arnolds English Toxin I'ills placed in the lutnils of
nil persons siitTering from lunl li .lltlt
IHE
ST LOUIS
HOTEL
CMP MCKINNEY
MCBOYLE _ WEST
PROPRIETORS-
This well-known hotel has
I been re-opened and offers ev-
ry convenience to the travelling public. The building is
newly re-furnished and the bar
i.s stocked with only the best
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Excellent meals served in the
dining room.
Make this your   Headquarters
When in Camp McKinney.
Spokane Falls (Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & 6. JJ. Ry.,
Van., Vic.&E. Ry.&N.Co.
The only nl) mil route between
points east, west uml south to Itoss-
IjiikI, Nelson, Oriintl Forks and Repilh-
lie. Connects nt Spokane with the
Ureal Norlhern, Norlhern Pacific and
0. it. & N. Uu. for points Ciist, west
slid south { coioiei'ts al Kos-land nnd
Nelson with the Canadian I'ucilir. Hy.
Connects at »l»on with tlie K. R. * N.
Co. for iiuslii and Slocan points.
Connects at   Curlew   with   stage  for
Greenwood and Miilway Hi C.
Ilnlli't  liars  run  on  trains  lietween
Npokanc aad ll.'piilille.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, 19021
Midway Livery, Feed k Sale Stable
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.
J. H. Tyrrell,   -   Proprietor
SINGLE and DOUBLE DR8VF.RS
PACK   and  SADDLE  HORSES
Hay and Oats for Sale. • Bus Meets all Trains.
General Transfer and Dray Business.
jj^A^.I-fc ■_^i_ii-'
Riverside Hotel
Rock Creek, B. C.
S.T.LARS EN, Prep,
.Slopping phiie for Singes Id
uinl ii um ah Huinidiiry
(iii k pnint!-.
Good Aeeommodation for the Traveling Public.
I amir. .,.,, n   	
we make the following; most Iiiienil
offer :—
If 5on will send us your name and
address and agree, III sell for us twelve
linxes of Dr. Arnold's English Toxin
I'ills at, 'Eie. per Ikix, we will irive vmi
absolutely Free ■ beautiful Watch
and Chain in either Ladles or Oents
size, or your choice of twenty other
premiums snoh as line sets of Jewelry,
Kings, Vi"lins, Mandolins, Tell Sr'is,
Nateeii Skirts, ('aineras, etc. Ueni'in-
lier  we. don't want any money until
W> E. Mefioylo   Gorman West
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements
WOTIOB.
SuAMKt Minkkai. Claim.
Irt'llVll.
9.2.. l.lil.. ..
in, 1.1 mn...
7,00 n.in...
11 KIll.lJl. ..
ll.lj'ra.m
.. HPttkAS'K	
. nossi.A.i)	
.. NKI..ON' 	
. UKASlI KOIIKS.
.. RKIUJIllilC	
Arrive.
.\4."i p.m.
5.10 p in.
H.llllp.lll.
I.mi ii.ni.
.1.10 p.m.
ac.   A.  ftAOXXMOTt,
Uencral Piiwctiuor Agunl.
Spoka'.lo, Wash.
her  we don't want any money unlit 	
after yon sell Ihe Pills and  von don't Situate In the Kettle River Mlnlntr IMvlslon
have lo sell any ninre lhan 12 hoxes lo       of Yale District.  Where locatod ;  Cnmp
I'el t oe preniiniiis.   This is a Inuiii tide
offer from a reliahle concesn that hns
given  thoiiMiiiils of dollars worth nf
premiumi lo Hgi'llts all over the eiiuii-
try,   Itemeinher also tlmt Dr. Arnnld's
Knglish Toxin I'ills are a well known
remedy for all diseases of the kidneys
anil lilinlili'i, Brl«ht's disease, rtialietes.
rheiiniaiisiii,  tiirvous    11 oil hies,  and
femali, complaint*i, and are fnr sale hy
all Hrst class druKtrists and dealers iu
all purls of the world.   You have only
to show I hem lo sell them.   Yon arc
iintolfei inn soinclliiliK Ihal lhe people
don't, know.    Our watches nre the
regular standard size for  Indies or
Gentlemen 111  Niikel  or (Inn   Met.nl
Cases with handsome illumina'cd dinls
and    reliihle   liuie-keepers,   waiches
such ns no lady nr gentleman need he
ashamed lo  carrv, and they   will   he
sent ahs'lulely Kree In all  who sell
nnly twelve hoxes of lho*e wonderful
Toxin I'ills.   Write at once and he the
Hrst in your locality to earn  one of
lho<e hcautifid watches and chain.   A*
► non as wc receive your letter or post
card we will send you post pnid twelve
hoxes, together with our Illustrated
OitfculORiin nnd hcautifiillv colored rani
with your iiiin.e and address on ns our
nut homed agent,   Hear In mitid thai
you will not he asked lo sell nnv mure
lImn the u hoxes and we don't Want
any money until after vou have sold
them.    We heal'all the expense ami
are only making this liheral offer as n
method   of advertising Or. Arnold's
Km-llsh  Toxin   I'ills,     Don't   delay,
write nt once and earn a heautiftii present for yourself for ChristmaB.
Address
ARNOLD MEDICINE CO., Dept. nH
50 Adelaide St. Bast, Toronto.Ont
McKinney.        ^	
AKK NOTIOK Ilml 1. furlics M. Kcrhy, iw
. ngontfor hytimi Wllmol Shatford, froo mile
ort oertlfloato No iitllTM, Stdnoy 0. Oosetis,
fi-cn minor's orrtlfloatq Nu. ii.ViHn. Alfrod
Mnlli'i'. fre*'miner's oortlllcnlo No. iilli-lH unit
Wlllinni Kitwiinln,freelnimiV ccrtillcnlo No,
D4I8U, Intond slvty days from lho date Iuth-
of, lo upply to the Minim* Rocordor for u
Oortlfloatoofl'iiprovoin mis. for tlie purpose of
oliliitnlnftn Orown Grant of tho abovo clnim.
Ami farther tnkc notloo thnt nation, umlcr
section 37, inimt tm commoncod boforo the
issitniu'i'of sinii COrtlflOAtO of llliplnvulliellls
Haled this Uth ilny :if Novombor, nut'.
Kob.SM. .OftHKSM.KKIUIY.
Agent.
NOTICE OF FOHFEITUBE
To 11. K. Mitchell or nny porson or persons to whum yon mny tmvo trniisfon'od your
Inlori'st loin tho "Gold Drop' Mlnornl olitim
Hlluutii on Dry tlrcok, on tlio West Kork of
Kettle Hiver. in tlio Ketlle lllver Minim;
Division  nf Ynle  lllslrlol.
Yuti nr" hereby uotillcil tlmt I linvo oxpiiul-
ml 1103.10 In Order to hold the snid niliicrntclulni
Undor tlio provision of tlio Mlnornl Aol, Hint
ymnhonltl contribute t-'I.M ns ymir portloh
ol lhe wild sum for your iiiultviili'il one half interest In said clnim uud if within It) days of
Hie lirst Insertion of tills notloo you full or refuse to cnnlrUinto tho sum nf Jjit.'ii whioh is
now due liy you. togotlior With All costs of ml-
vnrtlsint*. your Interest In sniil iniiicrnt clnim
will hnconui Ilie properly of tlm subscriber
mulct section four of on Ac.teuttllnn the "Mineral Act Aminidnieel Act." 11*10
Dated this tilth day of .liinunry. Ilittl.
THOMAS MfltRAY.
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
MINERAL ACT.
Certiflciite   of   Improvements.
■rOTXOB,
Hmn.A.n Ciiikk MitwK.-i. Cum.
Situate in the Keitle River rtin.nR Divi I m "i
.ale District, wii-je locueO : In beaver Creek Camp, ahoul une nine North
East ot Beaverdell.
—.AKK NuTlOhi thai 1, Forbes Jl. Korby, jir-
I agent for Kayutto Harris, frou minor's cor-
littciiie No. i_x>4i:t iiiieud si..y days from ilie
dato hereof, to appip to the Mining Recorder
for a tJortltlciUu of Improvcmcnls, for lire
purpu.-u of obtailiiUK u Crown Umnl of Uur
nbovo olalm,
Ami fnrllier lnke noliee tlmt Aclion under
suction 37 must be ooinmonood boforo Hiu is.,u
mice ot such tlertlheatu ef lmprovumt.iiis.
Htito.l Itiis I Uii duy of Novombor, t.' -.
Fob, ii8- KOlibtS M. Kl.l.liY,
Agonl
STOCK FOR SALE,
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calved
Cows, Cows in Call, Steers
and Heifers, Hoar Pi<rs. Sows
and Young Pigs,   Sheep and
Poultry
Ponies.
'acl'
Saddle    and
 Kpply tn
J. A. COULSON,
\4  miles from   Midway,  01'
Dispatch office.
and
Shoes
made to order.
Repairing   promptly attended to.
All work guaranteed.
Only the best stock used.
A. Maslonka. •    9,
It w'.ll te the most important Railway Centre in tiie
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in tho contra of a
rlc. Mining, Stock-Raislng,
Ih_c!iiiig, Gardening, Manufacturing, Coal Producing,
ani Railway District.
Midway property will
mai yoa rieh. II is not
a speculation, it is an investment.
IS ON THE MAP TO STAY...
1
Business,  residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
.ing railway, commercial, wnoie-
sale and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle River
and Boundary Creek Districts, is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek and Kettle River.
The leading residence
town in the country, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply, and surrounded by rich agricultural land.
1
a. M. W.OVENDEN, He
H() Mi   jiilm Sn t,
Montreal, R o.
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
Oi M. ORODSK,
Agent for British Colunili.v,
Midwuy, It. ('.
!_.%*«•.
®ht* p^atclj
MINERAL ACT.
Saturday, .i amah y. ;;,; ~im. j Certificate of  Improvements.
CHRISTIAN INDIAN'S.
fJiirry On ii Modern Town mill I'JIl'ul Tlit'tr
l-.Xi r.i'iv,! I IHU.(111.
NOTIOO.
Ni"iu,M'iM Ml.-tMi.it,Claim.
^^^^        __^___ Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division
Dr.   F    C. Stophonson,    assistant |     61   Yule District.   Where located i   In
mi.-sionni y   k".ijI.jiv    irf the lilptlio- Beaver Creek Camp, adjoining the Idaho
ijisi i.lm di, ii ii.id while in '!o.uu- !     Mineral claim,
t >. a  vi"v   Inl'.'i rating   letter    from TAKK   NOTIOBtltatI, t'orboa M. Kurliy
Her. .S. S. (isle ho-it,  missionary ut I as ngont fur lioimlil Smith, ft oe minor'
Iiit Simpson.   'Ii.c town is n legn- corllflnato No.   ii.iltl'K,  Duiiaiui   Hmith. freo
Jir iVTo rn of uiijiriiie.ii', with ti [io n- mtii.T.-j corMflcAto N'o, iu',lli:tr mul Alexander
l.iiiun   uf lii.tii 700   to 800  ■ 11 j I in 11 s. Smith, froo miner's curl III into No. 831038, Ill-
all of whom luiM' '.uni; sin c ailoptod irut. *i\ty ilnyR from   Ilie ilate  horoof,   lo
l.tiii-.tiuiiiiy.   'ilii'.v no longer live in apply lo Ilie jVltifi-g llmnlirfirn t cilltlinli.
their   old   styloof   Itulijin    houses, oninprbvcmonl'H'forthopurpofo of obtaining u
with the low I'mi roofs, Uut in   new, Orowii Gran', bf Iho abovo clnim.
noct (otlusi's, snug, warm and oina- And furthtr taku notloo thai aotion. under
itii'iilui.   'I hey now liuii' tin    olectivo saollon ill. ninsi  bo coinmoiiceil   hoforo the
smiince nf nuoh (Jcrtilloaie of lmprn* nmeiitH.
lix'.ri Iliis lllth day of November, A. II. I»U.
Keb.28 IfOUHXS M. KKItllY.
Agent.
MINERAL ACT.
'il? 1n'J}^"£ICertificate  of  Improvements
tin'  unite{ '
Council, which adminlstcis the laws
of fip town, IWuliO ri'liri'sciitjitii!
men und chiefs, lie ted by |»--1^1 i** ballot. 'Ihey havo ii in" tlopn Uncut, a
U'inietunie society, aud f-cvcral
Sloio-i 't'o nil o Hwurd tvrv o iraiit-L'.s
thev havo adopted Cht ibttiiiiHy uml
one dvt'i ni inn. nn.l liiue a large
und wr ll-j't'i tx'- d I'huri h, a (lay
k linol. nml n home for girls and
another o r bo.\s.
in outward npi oarances the In'J
a''e acci't'titi' ind atois of t
man, bul  iri iiimallly end   spiritual
things ll'i.v have n .t as yi t been ablo r VOIIOS.
ir, eonforin to tti> 1 * t * .*-1 Q]i]»i'o.od ci s- >
lotos and bnbl a of the whites.  When : Ks'"" ""''' M,SK,tA'' (;,'AIM-
a loinm nu n mu rii*.*. it his always Situate in the Kettle Rlvep Mining Dlvlilon
l)Oi*ii the cu.tini for the I'l-lnlli jj of or Vale District Where looated : About
tlie Ini'i' lo nii'ti' ii i r'iii prcKCiil to I Six mllos nonhfrom Beaverdell on the
l'iin, t''i' nil ojiiI i. n iir; ;, -.. wl j,-,-,-' divi'le between Boaver Creek and the
from •' lOO to ; "on O.'tenrJbly this West. Fork of Kottlo River.
Iii's been pi en to Uio I'i'ide, but ng "TAKK NOTIUK Unit I, Korbos Tt, k'erliy,
,i iintti- 'i i.n : i fut'iro r c miltiq omigcnt furHidnoy O.iiuscns,froo mlnorl
i' I.as rn','' hei ii loaned I'i tir' ir nun ortlflealo Ko. H.MIW. Intond, sixty ilnys frnm
j'tl he niii.'t ret in It with usury. liJioduto horoof lo apply to tho Mining Rooordor
'I'e fe.!1' ■ f Lhis '■! loin i that tiie ' "'a "ertJiloati nf tinprorcmontH, fur lho pur-
j., xx i\*-ii!-ir i 'I i" ■• !■ rr rompi Ip-J wseof ohtnlning a OrownUrant of Ihoabove
lo stale '", r in und vem i .1 In li cot . ''■'' "■
Ihen' olill atlon, s ib.lc ' n ■: t1 eui-
i. I1 os to mil h hm di hip and ox) n-
s 'ri'. The big least. '.'.' i li i.s i!:i-
110 i.suv a ' "Hi' iiniiiit-nt tu t' <j mtxt-
i i.ri'i'. is what 1 ll-'l't l'-e I'll' l i lee
eif , and i' iti il e Iir m i.s over t lio
j olili'g 'on; 'e : Irt ii',1 oul pennl-
I -s. Wr. (jj le lm it slates ill rt th's
i.j one of tlir' iiiiiin' rusti ,;■:: [Iml hnve
to be uprooted from Indian life.
The Midway Sawmill
WM.   POWERS,   PROPRIETOR.
MANUFACTURER.   OK
AH kinds cf ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER,
LATH aod SHINGLES, SASHES and DOORS.
Rand Sawing and Jcb Work done to   order.
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS  COLLEGE.
\nl fit!leu1 inke nottoa lliiii aotion, under
rolioil    Ao   lll'l-.!    lie I'lillliili'.lir'i'rl   llllfnri) tin'
-iijr.n" ni" -1 1, eortitloateof Improvement*,
r't'l thin lllth day of Nnvainhnr, HM!.
,ir 23, .OllilKS M. KKItllY.
Agent.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane,  Wash.
; M
Ileflll'l'     Drl'VIl
11 keen uinl
MINKRAL ACT.
Oortlfleato   of Improvo'mb ntt
MOTIOiJ
'Pile slurs iii-e Ktfll. nf iik
vnk 1 m	
'lire ir.re: k on llir ulupi; Ilie (Mtutl hllla
Itise In tii.' 11111111I  North;  tlie 1 li.iiiiilr 1"
I! tin
'.I .ir' eit'iii with tin litislnil ii'.ir;   tie river
tn til's
,\n uui|ii et   nxt, uinl  11   bird   Hill's,   mul
idinJo s
'flic niiirn Willi ilium:; a Btintc.l "f hIiikIiiK
llll'llls
Froni' Hie river, nnd  thn nir nlliiia   nnd
I'-nh'/'ln llio S1.11II1, fnlr ns ,1 HliHue Ih'lttl ',''H <isilt<l\>   »"• P»«-. Inlend. rlxty day
iiinkm ! I'lnn Ilie dull'lii'i'uiif. In ii|i|ily U. llm MiniiiK
'Ilie woiiilit' of 11 ill",'ini, I11111 ','n:w ttiwei. 'tjieordoi' fur n Itorllflciiln uf liuprovoineiilr
Pierce nnd loti.tm the sky,  uunrilbm   Iir
ItOHlK   MtNKIl.lt,  OhAIMS.
Jituntc in iho Kottlo Rlvoo Mlnlnrr Division of
Ynlo  Dlstriet.   Where  Incatod : -Camp
MoKlnnoy.
r Ali K X H'li'K Hint M'ui'liw   M. Kur'iy,
I ns tgient fm' AI"JJ.   M.   WlllHtql]  frno lllill-
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W'lieie uni' .vmiiiR k leitKili is welded direu-
liou-ly:
M'lillt- In  the  Ivri.-l,  Uio nine  of  imiriilnr
lUlWlTH
Tin1 Intel, wiiil it lnt'je li'i-nteiulntis llfrh .1
Tllf  lllllll   11 iiil   It  Ini'gB tl.'rllllllrllr:   llj'lll.   Hull
lllill
A pliilKe ..nt p; nine rrf nnr tl .-tin .
—Di.uenit t'uiuulH'll ScuJt.
ir lho pnipoHO nf iiliitiiniiu: a I.Voivn Oranl, I
f Ihoalmvoolnlm,
And further tnko iintleu lhat iiellou, iiiulur 1
iiitluu 37, musl lm irummuncoi! tioforr lhe
Mtititi'.' iifKiielt fturilllniliiaf |jn|>rov«uuiils '
llatod ihla Jlll.li day of .litiie, IIKIJ. j
full.JS. I-IIIIIKH Ml ICKUIIY.   I
Ag.ul
The school wheie thorough work is done; where lhc reason
is always t^iven; where confidence i.s developed ; where Book-
kkijI'inc is taught exactly as books .ire being kept in business;
where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is at its
best; where merit i.s the standard : where the training in Civil. Skrvick, Thleghai'HV, IiNtu.isii 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 can
break through and steal the knowledge of I low to Do When
you know what a school can do for you by what it has done for
others i.s it better to trust to luck? Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave,, Spokane Wash.
Advertise in
The Dispatch.
Riverside  Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, eto.
A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The Bi'cri'l of sueceni in plitntiiiif, is, kiuht— tn wcure Knnil stock,
HKCONI1—10 (limit jih nnnii ns (lousilile .il'tcr it is ilu|{.
Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after they are dug.
Price  list,  and  full  inforinatioii promptly  given.
l***o*********** o***4*********4*o**4*****************
*
t
flen Wanted tsn
I        To sell for the large Fonthill nurseries.   Appli
*■    cations should be filed at once.   Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
IU WI'XI.INUTDN ST. K.
T0110NT0, ONT.
Stone & Wellington.
► »♦♦♦»««• ******************************************* ♦
Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
 ®	
The undersigned having re-opened this well-
known aiid comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BE'ST HRANDS OF  LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Fiirnno.-liclttfcd nnd oomforti-bly fiiriil.li.d rooms
Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.

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