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II, No. 9.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JULY 2,  1900.
$2,00 por Year.
kb. Solicitor, Etc.
Ohkknwiiui), II. 0.
)LSON,
—i Notary Pontic,
Iatk,
Lnoial aoent
Tand mining broker.
Inncv, B.C.
|R. Mathison,
 _i DENTIST.
DU  BLOCK   >   QHRHNWOOI).
Ulett & Shaw
jlSTERS, SOLICITORS,
NoUrlei Public
"Hallett."
McMttri MoNolll's, Moreing &
Neat's, Irflbor's,
on, n.c.
DTHERLAND,
, , .  MIDWAY, I1.C.
PUBLIC,
CSTOM8  IHIOKKR,
COMMISSION AGENT.
|s entries passed.    Mineral Act
Acl paperi drawn up. **-
Iken. Abstraou made.
Inlcallone by mall or telephone
p attended to.
JIR,
rciunt Tailor,
jrtest designs of Summer
Perfect fit guaranteed,
■RBY,
. M. Can. Soc. C, E.
ial Land   Surveyor
AND
VIL   ENGINEER,
RICKARDS & CO.,
1 J-^eal Eatate
and
Iriaurarice.
fllKKT. MIDWAY, It. C
ISMITH,
Tonsorial Artist.
elan. Shave, Hair I'm. Sea Knam
Jmioo, call at the abore parlor,
loned and gronn.1.
rRKKT,
MIDWAY, II, C,
|W. DALRYMPLE
Umokamlth
[FAIRVIEW, B. C.
or Repairing.   Harmhoelnf
A specialty.
HOTEL , . .
DUTII Of ROCK OBEKK
AeeoMHonaTioji ttm autMTe,
00D STABLING
fieri rolling nn Keltic KlvorjW
tS. H, BUSH,
:RAL BLACKSMITH
HORSE SHOEING
A SPECIALTY.
il* of work Meeuted to
Itlsfaotlon of customer*.
T BAKERY,
Ym. St. Quintin, Prop.
PLAIN AND KASCY
n PASTRY, CAKES, ETC.
varythlnu  B'lrstolnea.
[STRONG HOTEL.
KEYE9, Prop.
Accommodation.
Best. Liquors and Cigars.
First-Class Stabling.
IRM8TRONQ B.C.
lereial Job Printing.
"THK ADVANCE."
Where a Hatter of Honey
Is the only Consideration
A MATTER OF MONEY.
Wo have cheap cloth-
thing fol' you.
Where Quality ta
the Main Point
we are with you also.
Cheap goods pay tis hest
but you arc not as likely
to come hack.
If you make youf
selection from our stock of
re
we
KllOW
have
that
per-
Shorey's Ready to Wear Goods *
manently secured your patronage, because I
We guarantee the workmanship.
We guarantee the material to lie shrunk.
We give you a guarantee Card iu the pockets uf
all of Shorey's make which means
SATISFACTION OR YOUR fiiSQSEY BACK.
We solicit your trade on this basis.
b        Does it strike you as a sound one,
IMIDWAY TRADING COMPANY, Limited.:
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■T.   XX..   JACOBS,  Mauaijor.
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Midway News Depot
TII OS. WALKER PROP,,
Dealer in   .   .   .
BOOKS, MAGAZINES and STATIONERY,
Canities, Canned Goods ani Biseuits,
CIQARS  AND TOBACCO.      WALL PAPER.
j Hotel Spokane,
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
and Commercial Men.
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Midway Meat Market -1
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor. |
At this establishment customers can get cholMSt cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
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Therefore Mtote ai*a always fresh ami sweet   Cull and got a good joint |
tor dinner to-day, «
TELEPHONE 311* P. 0. BOX 25.      |
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Millinery Department.
Ladles' Straw Sailor tl.Oa in all colors, Willie, Black and variegated.
Ladles'Straw Rough Eider Huts in Black, White and variegated colors.
Misses' Sailors and Plops in Plain and Fancy Straws, G-nn.ne Italian
Leghorn nnd Fancy Braided Straws.
Men's and Boys' Harvester and Fancy Straw Hats.
Tain O'Shanlers in Velvet and Cloths.
Dress Ooods Department
Now is the lime for Summer Dress Ooods,   We shmv fol.tcy Organdies,
ttnvxnti Striped Piques, Fancy Percales, and a large
Zephyrs, (hngha.us   In an d 3 t
^ly°YtZXxriZe I, toady-made Skirts In White Pique.
A fresh consign tt of Blouses in all kinds nf materials, fron, Plain and
WhUe Muslins to Silks and Satins, expected to arrive -lady,
Our Oents' Furnisjiing^?artmeiit
I, well stocked    NewTrTl^MWHIeyHH Hose and Sweaters, also a large
ii^lS-.-.'-H-d Ties and Bow, Knots and Derbys.
posTorncE store,
...MIDWAY, B. C.
HAIN & CO.,
(•„,_rics at lowest market ..notations.   Miners' Supplies and
Builders' Hardware always in stuck,
STRATHCONA'S HORSE.
Hov Their Organization Pound Birth
In Their Founder's Brain.
the Montreal "Uaeette" notes that
the Strathcona Horse bears a name
that is already familiar wherever the
events of the day are subjects ot intelligent observation and reflection. It
represents a new departure, a new
idea, a fresh application of patriotism.
But the new has it. roots in the old and
it may be worth while to ask where
the germ of this organisation is to be
found. A dozen years, nay, half-it-
doxen years ago, the name itself—a
romantic and musical synonym for
another name no less romantic, but
darkened,alas I and crimsoned too with
tragic associations—had not yet put
foi Mi its gladly acknowledged Claim on
our attention. Thirty years ago the
man to whom it was to be a name of
honor was serving his country Unostentatiously in the only settled portion
nf the Oreat Lone, Ihe Wild North
Land, Two years had yet to pass be*
fore Captain (now General Sir) W. F.
Butler aroused young England to a
sense, of I he vastness and manifold pos-
sihlliUcs of her inheritance In North
America, The Hudson'sBayCompany
had no longer any reason to depreciate
the prairie country or the region to
north and west of it. On the contrary
that venerable Corporation had a joint
interest in extolling the resources of
the Northwest, The transfer had nol.
lieen accomplished without trouble,
and it was in helping to disentangle
the unhappy complications that follow-
loned Kiel's resistance to authority
that Mr. Donald A. Smith (now Lord
Strathcona) first came definitely liefore
the Canadian public. His Career froni
that time forward is part of the history
of our time.
lf Lord Strathcona is, to some extent, a product of the West—though
he belongs to the class nf men who
create circumstances instead of heing
made hy them—the West, as it is today, is still more a product of Lord
Strathcona. He was at its birth iu
more lhan one capacity and tended its
youth with watchful Jeal and ah enterprise that recoiled from no difficulties.
We find his hanie mentioned wiih respect by Colonel P. Robertson Russ in
the report of that memorable Reconnaissance'iif which we may perhaps
find the official germ of tbe movement
I o which we owe the Strathcona Horse.
"On the termination of the annual
training of the Militia in the Provinces
of Ontario and Quebec, 1 proceeded in
the first instance, via Lahe Superior
and the Daws-oil route to Manitoba,
and in accordance with instructions,
subsequently crossed the colllitftJht
through Canadian territory to the Pacific coast and Vancouver Island, travelling neatly the whole distance from
FortOarry on horsehack." Thus begins the report of the Reconnaissance.
The Colonel commanding the Mrlitia
left Colllngwood on the Kith of July.
1872, and reached Thunder Bay on the
22nd. He describes the places at which
the steamer touched, closing wilh an
account of Port Arthur, where municipal government had lately been
established. On the same day he started Ixf Wagon for Lake Shelmndmvan,
proceeding thence Ity canoe to the
northwest angle of the Lake Of the
Woods. He discusses the military
capacities of the Dawson route alld tbe
advantage for settlement of the coun
try between Port Arthur aod Fort
Garry. In the summer season, he
points out, any light carriage can be
easily driven from the N, W. angle
across one of the most; fertile and
beautiful countries in the world lo the
very foot of the Rocky Mountains.
He found the Militia of Manitoba under
tlie command of Lienienant-Colonel
Osbom Smith, C.M.G., D.A.G. Major
Kennedy's field Battery Was armed
for inspection, with some light field
guns, "kindly placed at their disposal
by the Hon. Donald Smith, M.P., Chief
Factor." It Was during the remainder
of his remarkable journey that Colonel
Robertson Ross became convinced that
"The great security for the preservation of good order and the peace of the
Northwest Territories, under the
changing state of affairs, will for some
years he found to He in the existence
and presence of a disciplined military
body, under its own military rules, in
addition to hut distinct from any civil
force Which it may he thought proper
to establish," He dwelt on tile affection of the Indians for the red coats,
and their prejudice against soldiers
wearing any other eoloc. He speaks
of the "immense herds of buffalo," and
of the nefarious traffic by which the
Indians were defrauded of their birthright for worse than A mess of plottage.
Here we have the germ—the official
germ—of the Strathcona Horse. Here
we have Lord Strathcona himself in
germ—so to speak—contributing in a
comparatively small way witl* characteristic generosity and consideration
to the efficiency of such forces as Man
itoba could then boastof, From Colonel
Robertson Ross's suggestion wns doubt
less evolved, after due deliberation at
Ottawa, the policy that resulted in th"
organisation of the North Wesl
Mounted Police, And but fur thai
fine Imdy of men and the spirit of
patriotism, daring and entliliitlice, and
tbe high sense of duty which made it
What it Is, such a force as the Stri.tli
Conn Hol'se could not have been called
into being with such admirable promptitude. Ill "BlackWood'S Magazine"
for April Mr. C. Banbury Williams
gives a fine picture of the .Mounted
Police, under the title of "The Riders
of the Plains." Um just now it is with
ihe later ol'gani/.ai ion tint we are
especially concerned. They represent
what is most, heroic, most, romantic in
the spirit of the new West. '-From
all pat'ts of the Korthw'esl Territories
you come,'1 says Mr. N. F. Davln, M.
P., In his eloquent speech delivered at
LanSdowlie Pat'k, when Sudbury pre
sented its flag—"from lhe wide plains
f Assiitihoiiii from the ranges of Al'
berta and Maple Ci'eck, froni the Peace
Hiver and the Yukon ; from desk,
mine, matt and farm; from lhe school;
from tbe professions, scions of nobility,
the sons of wealthy men, sons of Canadian governors and statesmen, sous of
the plough, sons of the simp—all leaving comfort, some opulence, and the
greatest opportunities of peace ; un
asked you go. as spontaneously as those
wbo have gone ht-fore'you." Tbis
spontaneous, enthusiastic patriot i-in,
this splendid fejir'essness of valor,
touches a chord in Mr, DaVin's heart.
He knows something of war by exper
ience, but be considi rs it a pi ior thing i
without enthusiasm, and there is, he
holds, no enthusiasm like that of ideas. |
In old times and in later ages lt had
done grand things,but hdhebftdfought
for nobler ideas than those which inspired his "comrades of tbe West."
Slaying ol-slain, tbey would bevicto.s,
for their deeds shoulil h ive puss
DOMINION NOTES.
Canada a Winner*-*Sentenced to
20 Years' Imprisonment—
Mill Accident.
Drowning Accident at Rat Portage-"
Enormous Hotel for Hamilton Beach Lr.rj>;eGov.
ernmcnl Orant
Wanted,
Sergt, Win. Rulston, a Crimean vet--
eraU) died at Hamilton recently.
Montreal Ims a truth rase of small*
pox—a young Assyrian Immigrant girl,
The National Cycle and Aut. 'mobile
Co. will erect a $S5,C00 factory nt
lhuuilt .u.i
Canada has been awarded the Hrsl)
prlsse for a display of timber at lho
Paris ISkJpusll'on.
Henry MrKendry, of Detroit-, IbreW
himself in front of a train near Wind'
sur and '.'.as killed.
The Business Edurntois' Association
of <--ni.-i.isi will opeu its -1th annual
session at Ottawa, July Krd,
The first meeting of the judicial com*
mission to inquire inio '-lection frauds
met in Toronto on June 27th.
Charles W. Mimniack, aged IB, was
cnugbl iu a wire Cable and killed at)
the Ogilvie mill in Winnipeg.
Mr. Litcroix, former inspector at
Montreal, who disappeared owing io
the city, luis been traced to Mexico.
Toe new summer hotel Branl. at
Hamilton beach, Will bo opened to day.
ll lias over eight honored elect rid
lights,
The Ottawa Electric Company baS
discharged .ill its union linemen, 'the
I union had asked fur higher wages and
shorter hours.
Convict Welsh, one of the Wellnnd
Canal dyi ambers, ims been promoted
from the stone pile to thu tabor shop
the thought of the world, and theirPf Lhe peoitehtiary.
own land would cherish their memory I   Members of ibe English Paper Man'
forever.   And the soldiers were  not   ufacturtng  Association, now luurhifj
unworthy Of their western comrade'
praise.
r  x*a	
PROVINCIAL NEWS.
the United States, will be enteitained
at .Montreal to morrow.
ll is estimated thai tlie tolal Short"
I age ou Itiuil'Cr shipments from Oeor*
gian Bay points will be 240,000,000 feeti
! Pi ices will go up in yonsequtnee.
Evangelist K. July, tlte Dominion
Ksprcss agent at Juliette, ran viol ed of
hjiving stolen $7,000, has been sentenced to niiie years In the penitentiary.
Mr. Stiiison, former messenger of
the Dominion Express Company, \y..9
acquitted at .St. Catharines "f thu
charge of stealing monoy fran lbe
company.
A. F. Harrison, found guilty at
Stratford of having counterfeit c ins
and dies in lii:) possesion, hns Ij t'n
sentenced to two vents and six mouths
Archibald McNaughton, postmaster
at Qnesnel, is dead.
The shoot for the Bhiwtilee trophy,
which took place at Victoria recently,
resulted as follows: Mr. T. B. Ware,
of Spokane, came first, with 21, and
Lehfestey second With 20. In the team
contest Spokane teams came lirst and
second, and Victoria third.
An efT"i't will, it is said, be made
shortly to incorporate lilvc-rton among
the cities of the Province, as the town
is steadily growing as a Slocan milling
centre,   lt is hoped, also, to secure the in KjDgStuii penitentiary,
establishment in the town of a branch
of one of the great chartered banks of
Canada.
Word lias been received at Vancouver by ii C. P. R. official that. H. R, M.
Princess Aribert, granddaughter of
Queen Victoria, and daughter of Piin-
cess Christian, of SchleswigHolstein-
Sonderhurg- August en burg, wbo in-
tended Visltlngi.be coast, has decided I!llld Ulg0„ gfdnt 0f $iuo,ixx) f„r the
j Dominion exhibition In Toronto next
| year.
Jin k" Roach, the notorious robhen
The court nt Hamilton has reserved
judgment in a suit of over $3,000 insurance on the life of the late Ko'... rt
(', Bonk, of Grimsby di trict. It i-
claimed by the widow and the son.
The Executive of the Canadian M.oi-
iil'arturtT.V Association have appointed
P. W, Ebis of Toeuiito, president, to
unit upon the Dominion Government
who hell up ll cigar dealer mimed
ioiouey iiii Dii'i'lnstei'street,jylonti'' itl,
ami relieved him of $100 some month**
ago, has been sentenced to 20 years in
the penitentiary by Justice Lacosteof
not to come,
A curious instance ofa Ohlnnimut's
tcnanily of life is reported from Qu«s
tielle, via Ashcroft. A Chinaman
named Ah Mow, whilst hunting for
strayed horses, got lost. Ho was
found nine days later by Iiit'iJin.s. very
weak and  nearly dead.    His  horse
meanwhile bad died of hunger and | the Court of the Queen's Bench,
exhaustion.   The Chinaman survives, j
A Vancouver press despatch says i
Albert Edward Beck, registrar of the
Supreme Court, lias received llteap-i
pointinent of Queen's  Counsel.   Mr,
Beck, when he Came to this city nbont.
fourteen yeai's agoentered John Boult j
bee's office ; he was subsequently appointed deputy registrar of ihe Supreme Court .vhen Vancouver was In
the Westminster district,   t'pon lhe
formation of  Vancouver district  lie
was appointed registrar.   He is a bar-
ristei'-ul-btw ol lhe Province "f -Manitoba as well as British Columbia.
Work on the Chilliwack dyke i* progressing favorably and with the advent
ltls worth noting that Canada, hi
lbe persons of W. II. liaie and U . A.
ll.-uv of Aybner, (Int.. drivers iu tin'
same seetion of "D" Battery, ii. 0. A.,
furnishes ihe only example of known
record of father and son literally tight'
ing side by side in the British army.
J. I!. Booth will receive $!!02,60U to
cover his lumber lo»ses nl the Hull-
Ottawa lite iu April, Ti.is ami'tini,
however, will not cover half what Mr.
Hoot b lost In connection with his Ium*
ber destroyed, and a (••.uisorwitivc estimate places bis total loss on all properly destroy! d ;il $360,00)overaiid abovfl
insurance,
Oeorge   Morrland,  foreman  of the
of one or two months of Hne we.ttlier I M'"'1' printing, office, Bit PoriagS,
the construction should go ahead rap-! I>-S 1"'1" "'owned in lbe hay. He at-
idly. Altogether, about fifleen miles tempted to swim to a small steamei'
of dyking will be done along the Fia- anchored some distance out but uni
ser. the undertaking wns commenced Ueiited with cramps and went down,
this spring by the contractors, Messrs.', He was a son of thej dier ol' Brantford,
McLean Bros., of Vancouver, and Up Ont., and was a general favorite, lie
to date some four and one-half miles of \ was IKI years of age.
embankment has been thrown up. i Unless a uniform wage of $2 a day
Tho present work is being carried oui I and a working day cf dine hours »rfl
by the Provincial Government, the conceded, lhe linemen Working for the
payment being guaranteed by the Canadian Pacific Telegraph Company!
settlers of the district. That portion1 the Canada Atlantic Company, lh<*
of the land lying behind the partially ; Ottawa Electric Li.'ht Company, the
completed dyke is now in the most Ottawa Electric Railway Company
perfect condition (formerly tlie swain-; and Ihe Bell Tflephonn Company wil)
py character of the soil prevented any | go on a strike. About 2ft1 men **SV(J
extended agricultural operations,        | alreudy stopped w6iM, $tt
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C.M.CROUSK Manaokk
Published  woekly   at Midway,  B. C.
8uhsoiipUon Price, 13.00 per annum, payable
_ advanou, ullher yearly or bait-yearly at tne
option ot the subscriber.
AdvarUilm Rates sent on applloaUon.
MONDAY. JULY 2. IfiOO.
A Coast newspaper has published a
report from Rossland to tbe effect that
prominent supporters In that city of
Hon. 0. H. Mackintosh's candidature
in connection with the Provincial elections last month, have affirmed that
ballot stuffing occurred there, tbat the
names of some 70 aliens were placed on
the electoral roll and these men voted,
and that a strict government Investigation is to he demanded into thes-
and other irregularities alleged. Il
will he a matter for regret should allot her election he found necessary,
hut considerations of convenience or
expense should nol stand in tbe way
of righting a wrong if it be found that
one exist.	
Whilst direct benefit to Individual
mining camps or distriots of the Province can seldom be traced to any particular display ot specimens of ores
there cun be no doubt that the puhlic
exhibition of a collection, especially a
large and varied one, illustrative of
the mineral resources of nny country
is a very desirable advertisement and
one that will in some degree assist in
drawing tho attention of mining men
aud capitalists to that country as a
favorable field for operation or invest'
went. R is therefore gratifying to
find that the Boundary district is sending an exhibit of ores to the forihcom-
Ing Winnipeg exhibition,whereamong
the tens of thousands of visitors who
will attend it there wiil assuredly be
numbers who will carefully inspect
British Columbia's mineral exhibit.
The Provincial Governments erecting
a separate building tn whieh to there
display to advantage samples of the
staple industries of the Province of
which the mineral industry is hy no
means least.
five in eight days) That is the
nunilier that look voluntary leave of
the Oreenwood jail between June 2Hrd
and July Ist. Wu have nnl heard uf
any more getting away since but even
that is a recoid breaker. It seems a*
if it were as impossible for the Oreen
wood lock up to hold prisoners as fot s
strainer to hold water. It is as porous
as a sieve. It will not even hold hoys.
So how can it he expected to keep in
the old and hardened convict, who has
made a lite study of how to escape ?
Tbe ciiy Is provided with innumerable
officers. That part of lhe business is
alright hut It is the question of how to
hold the prisoners after they have
been corralled tbat is bothering Ihe
city at present. They believe tbat a
bird ln thu skookum house is worth
two in the United States at any time
In the season, bul it Is tbe same old,
old story: "when officer so and so
visited the lock-up early next morn'
ing he found nothing hut empty cells,"
The officers must he getting used to
looking Ht empty cells by this time, In
foot an ocoupled one would he a great
surprise to tbem, We would suggest
that a roulette table be Introduced
Into this historic lock-up, give each
prisoner a few stacks of chips and he
will become so engrossed with the
game that he will never think of leaving
•nd even if ha did the officers would be
on hand to catch him.
The Mountain View, adjoining the
B. C, is again at work.
Some nice copper ore has been wet
with in the crosscut at the 100-foot
level of the War Eagle, in Oreenwood
camp,
The Winnipeg mine, in Wellington
camp, with Mr. Nicholas Tregear in
charge, is heing put into shape for
sending out regular shipments of ore.
Mr. J turns Kerr returned from the
Carmi, upper West Fork, lost Thum
day. He brought down a fine sample
of ore to be sent wiih the Boundary
Creek ore exhibit to the Winnipeg
Exhibition.
Ten carloads of ore reached Eholt
last Monday evening—five from the B.
C. mine and five from the Golden
Crown. Tbe latter mine has now sent
out 27 cars, or a total of between (100
and 700 tons.
Mr. Archie Connors is sinking a shaft
on thu Silver Plume, situate near the
Emma, In Summit camp, and owned
hy Mr. Stirling of Vancouver. Some
nice looking oopper ore is being opened
up by this working.
Mr, F. W. Rolt, of Rossland, secretary of the Zala Consolidated, owning
the Zala M. mine in Sheridan camp,
Washington, and south of Midway,
was iu town last Saturday morning on
his way to the mine.
Mr. R, N. Dickmun, a mining engineer from Chicago, last week made an
exhaustive examination of the Mother
Lode mine, in Deadwood oamp, on
behalf of some eastern holders uf stock
in the British Columbia Copper Co,
It is stated that ths non-completion
of the dam over the North Fork of
Kettle River, from which the water
supply for the Oranhy smelter will
have to be obtained, will further delay
tbe blowing In of the smelter for several weeks,
The total quantity of ore shipped
from the City of Paris mine to the
Oranhy smelter is now more than 1,500
tons. This mine ranks next to the B.
0. in its ore shipments to date, hut in
both Instances the average daily shipments are small in comparison with
what they may be expected to reach
next year.
Mr, A. J. McMillan, managing director, and Mr. J. W, Astley, consulting
engineer -of the British Columbia
(Rossland and Slocan) Syndicate, owning the Snowshoe, in Oreenwood
camp, were at the mine for several
days last week. An underground sur
vey ot tbe mine workings was then
made by Messrs. Oldham and Blunt,
A IB-horse power boiler and a 6x8
Bacon hoisting engine have heen Installed at the R. Bell wine, in Summit
camp, This plant will be used to
deepen the lower Bhaft, already down
a vertical distance of 00 feet. Meanwhile a tunnel Is being driven to connect with tbe upper workings aud
thereby to provide for both drainage
and ventilation.
conditions that will then prevail the
larger air compressor installed lost
spring will be used instead of the
smaller one now running and tbe
available power for rook drilling operations will thereby he greatly added
to,
Total shipments to the Trail smelter
now exceed 4,000 tons, whirh Is ths
largest quantity any Individual mine
in the Boundary district haa so far
shipped* •" ,Ml ■*• B- c- miM '"lh*
only one to date to take advantage to
any appreciable extent of the transportation facilities provided hy MieC,
P. R, company in the construction of
spur lines to ths mines. With tbe
additional facilities for raising ore that
the mine will shortly have the output
of the B O. should soon be doubled,
and the working force, now numbering about 80 men, be correspondingly
Increased.
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KETTLE RIVER MIMNO DIVISION.
Records lor   tho   Ported   Badlng
Jnnt, iooo.
J. L TERRY'S STOl
Seventh Street, and see our stuck of
Por Display at Winnipeg.
Mr, E. J»cohs, last Thursday boxed
up oie* from the undermentioned
claims. These ores have been sent to
the Provincial Mineralogist, Victoria,
who will forward them for display at
the forthcoming Winnipeg Exhibition.
Deadwood camp. — Mot her Lode,
Sunset, Ah There, Marguerite, Karly
History, Iron Pyrites, Gold Bug and
D. A.
Greenwood oamp,- Old Ironsides,
Knob Hill, Victoria, War liagle,
Brooklyn, Stemwinder, Oold Drop,
Snowshoe,
Summit cnmp.-B. C, Maple Leaf,
(of Rathmullen group), R, Bell, Oro
Denoro, Jlinma, Silver Plume.
Wellington camp.- Winnipeg, Golden Crown, Hartford.
Long Lake oamp.-Jewel, North
Star.
Central camp.-No. 7. Oro, Mabel.
Oity of Paris.
Smith's camp.—Huby.
Oopper cninp, King Solomon,
Graham's camp.-White cloud.
Rock Oreok.-Last Chance (Oro Fino
group.)
Crown Point group.-(Main Kettle
River), Orown Point, No, 2 and No. 3.
Kettle River, above Rock Oreek.-
Riverslde,
North Fork.-Oolden Eagle,
Wost Fork. -Carmi, Sally.
Myers Creek-Review.
A sample of coal from White Lake,
near Fairvlew, was also Included,
The working force at ths Miner-
Graves group of mines In Oreenwood
oamp has been reduced, The reason
assigned is that the ore bins are full of
ore as, too, is all available space under
ground near the stopes, As rail con
nection was lost week made with the
Granhy smelter, at Grand Forks, tt
should now be practicable to relieve
the pressure on spaoe at the mines by
transportation ot tbe ore to the swelter.
Mr. E. Jacobs lost week received
from the City of Paris mine, Central
Camp, for display at'the Winnipeg
Exhibition, some excellent specimens
of ore representing the two separate
ledges occurring on that property.
These parallel each other, with an Intervening distance nf about 80 feet,
The ores are very distinct In character.
That from No, 1 ledge Is silver-lead ore,
worth about 850 per ton, and that
from No, 2 ledge gold-copper ore, valued ut about $26,
The Vernon k Nelson Telephone
Conipany Is extending its telephone
system tn Summit camp. The Columbia Coinpaiiy did so months ago.
Judge Dugas of Dawson Is engaged
In enquiring Into the charges against
Oold Commissioner Senkler, accused
of Illegally recording 21 fractions on
Last Chance Creek.
The B. C, Summit Csmp.
Mossrs. Frederic Kelfer, M. E„ and
K. Jacobs visited the B, C. mine, in
Summit camp, last Monday. After
entertaining his visitors at luncheon
Superintendent S. F. Pairish took
them below ground and explained to
them very fully the conditions under
which the big shoots of ohalcopyrltlc
ore occur In the levels run at 80, Itl)
and 2S0 feet depth respectively, The
mine workings at these several levels
were carefully examined, and besides
seeing large quantities of ore ln place
tho visitors had the benefit of Mr. Par*
fish's observations and conclusions In
connection with the geologic conditions so far as have heen disclosed hy
the somewhat extensive development
work done to date in this mine.
Tbe deepest shaft In the mine Is as
yet only 272 feet, but much exploratory
work h is been dune between tbis depth
and the eurfaoe, aggregating nearly
4,000 feet, about one-sixth being sink-
ing and raising and the remainder
drifting and crosscuttlng. Shipments
to the Trail smelter average SO tons of
ore dally. The amount will be materially Increased after the larger hoist,
now ln position, shall have been made
available hy the receipt at the mine of
a wire rope of suitable sixe In place of
the too-large cable sent with the hoist,
A safety cage is also expected to arrive
shortly, With these more adequate
appliances In use the on that has
accumulated ln the stopes ran soon he
hoisted lo Ihe surface and tho dally
MINKRAI. LOCATIONS.
JUNK 25.
Kronstadt, Beaver creek, J. Paton,
Commander, Copper camp, Geo, R.
Naden.
JUNB 28,
Lancaster, traction, Deadwood, Eil.
c. Brown,
JUNE 28,
Baby, Moose creek, Louis Scale.
Minnedosa, Moose creek, Joe.Rowal.
Rainy Day. North Fork, Kettle
river, A. Johnson.
Hit or Miss, Wilkinson creek, J. P
Harlan.
WB8TMUDGK LOCATIONS.
JUNB 20,
Iron Maek, Carmi creek, J. Benson.
JUNE 21.
No, 8,15 miles above Beaverton, J.
B. Estoys.
No. 6, 16 miles above Beaverton,
Robert l*ngley.
No. 7, IS miles above Beaverton,
James Smith.
CRRTIPIOATM Of WORK.
JUNK 25.
Tip Top, J. Luer.
Plumas Eureka, J, W. Bast
Wild Pea, W. J. Waltman.
Wild Sunflower, W.J. Waltman.
Wild Currant, W. J. Waltman.
Sadie, F. C. Woods.
Climax, F.C. Woods.
LittleOus, F.C, Woods.
Missing Link No. 2, R. Harris et al.
Worlds Fair, R. Harris et al.
Nineteen Hundred, Qeo. Connolly.
Copper Point, Wm, Chrlsiholin.
MAY 25.
Oold Dust, (2 years), J. A. Baxter.
Copper King, OraTupatad'
Bolton fraction, T, W. Hallett,...
juhr tti.' :!'.
Montana, R. S. Pitcher. j
Idaho, R. 8. Pin her.
Washington, R. S. Pitcher.
Belmont, fraction, Duncan McGillis.
junk 27.
Treadwell. D, R. English,
Camplal, B. Scully.
Rossland, B. Scully.
JUNB 28.
Robert J., A. O. Beath.
Iron Pyrites, 0. E. Brown.
Little Johnnie, A. Scott McRae.
Vaderls, A. O. Beath.
CERTIFICATES OP WORK, WBSTRBtDOE.
Roaring Ounlet, Thus. Cuokhlll.
JUNE 18.
Hill top, Maryland, Jeffries, Kelly.
Mammoth, Alia and Ohio, J. Stiong.
JUNB 18.
Superior, John Grey,
JUNE 10,
Great Eastern, N. F. Peterson,
JUNB 20.
Dueber, A. W. Smith.
Kohlmoor, Jas. McKay.
Cold Blow. W. A. Logan.
JUNE 21.
Midway, J. S. Harrison.
JUNB 28,
Queen of lay, Geo. Sweetland.
JUNE 28.
Bonsnsa, H. Johnson,
Teutonic, W. G. McMynn.
JUNB 17.
Magestlc, W. O. McMynn.
TRAN8HKRS,
JUNB IB.
Napoleon, • Intereet, Mammoth,)
Interest, T, D. Barnam to Duncan
Smith.
Alex. Wallace, all interest, B. B.
Moss to G. M. Miller.
JUNK 20.
Smith, all Interest, Benedict Rafu.
kelson to T. Mlgardson.
JUNK 21.
Crown, Anchor audAnchor, fraction,
i Interest In each, Chas. MoAlliter to
Wm. Leapy.
Juki 22.
Halifax, Midnight and Uno, | Interest In each, Bruce L. Garrison to Thus.
McDonnell.
Edlnbuigh,) Interest, W. Frank to
I McDounell.
in
""'"and you know tbe'oldspeech best,
Tis not hy tags or titles we Bilious
ere banned or blest.
We've fought on the veldl together,
and vou've said we were kith
and kin ;
That we Just hailed from Without,
whilst you did abide Within.
Have It your way, Mn o' England,
you knuw best the anelentspcechj
We've finished the task we met for j
It isn't for us to preach.
But when you asked us to stay here,
John, to 'colonise lhe land,
We own our feelings rose a bltf  Can
you not undei stand
Your Queen Is the same as ours, man
end we lx>w to a single Lord,
And our flag and our speech are one,
J«hn and wu Bl.rlke with a common sword t
That we're not perpetual campers-out
(we've had  lilies   for   several
years),
Or tillers of earth, or woodmen, or
helots, or pioneers?
That when we took down rifle as our
sires gripped blunderbuss,
We fought to help the Emplre-aod
tlmt the Empire's US P
We're a Nation same as you are-
don't rail us colonists,
Or we'll have to tack vour Normans
on your Immigration lists.
But If you will, well,  brother, you
know the folk-tongue most—
The Afrlc sun is setting! you're 'tailing
for England's const,   ,
So, good-bye, John ; we've done our
work on the veldl of Africa.
Tou have your home In England Juhn,
we've ours in Canada I"
Men's,   Youths'  and   Boys
At Bed Rock Prices.
Also a  Fine Line  of Millinery g00(1|
Being Opened.
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CROWELL'S HOTEL
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CROWELL, Proprietor, «•».«». 8t«,„t, Mw»»a. ■
Olio Muck Wo*i oi ilw
CANADIAN PACIFIC
TpHIS is a new building hard finished all throj
furnished in first class style.   The dini*-f
is supplied with the best dn the market,-  The
furnished with a choice stock of Wines, Ucm-
Cigars.   :   ;   :   :
Patronage of the Publlo li Sollolted and Satisfaction Is Gum
" Imperial
Limited "
Service fbr the year 1900
will be oomrnenoed JUNE
10th. The "Imperial Limited" takes you across the
Continent ln four days without change. It is a solid
vestlbuled train, luxuriously
equipped with every possible
essential for the comfort and
oonvenlenoe of Passengers.
Ask your friends who have
travelled on It, or address
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated at Rock Creek, B.C., nn   the uiain rout.' uf m_M
lietween Penticton .nd all Boundary Creek points,  8t«pptng f
place fur stages.
Oood Pishing ■:- Oood Hunting-:•* Bestof Accommodate
m.w. in
KSTAMt.U-lHKn   IN***;'.
E. J. COYLE,
A. O. P. A.,
Vancouver, B. 0,
W.r.AXDKMON.
T. P. A.
Nelson, II. C,
TIMBER NOTICE.
TAKK NOTIOK lhat I. Krttnk But>r, 90
ilsy*. from itsta horoof littund la r
tho Ohiof CommlMlonor ol Uml-i and
day-tram oats horoof Intend lo apply to
 Ihlof CommlMlonor of Undu and warkr.
ui out ana carry away tl'nbor from tho follow.
Ing unrfeorvsd and unoooupied Crown Landa,
■lArtlna at • pout marked A on tha mirth hank
of tho Siniilkameen Ulvtr adjoining Proctor',
land on the west, Ihenoe to ohuns north i
thenoo llu ohrtm went; thonou HO olmlti- smith;
tbsnmlMolialnaositltheiioo 40 chain* north
aoross ths tUnillkameen Kiver Ui point of oom-
mennement, and containing 1,000 acres more
or wis,
rtlANK UAILKY,
Dated this Uth day ot May, IWO.
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Propriety
Application* for Certificate! of
ovemenU.
_ Notions advertised In  this week's
Advanoh ore those of i-
Huniiy Hltlu, near to Eholt Oreek,
(fiirmei'ly called Prior Creek), lying
wily iimp end Northerly of end id-
joining Uit m, Township 78.
Luke View and Orient, KruiferMoun*
tain,
Oopper King, Kruger Mountain.
Ht. John Mineral Olalm, Oamp Fair,
view,
Opulence. Kruger Mountain.
Ecuador, Oamp MoKlnney,
Whltit Knight, Kruger Mountain,
\99m1
J. A.
Unsworth,
Druggist,
flidway.
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NOTARY PUBLIC.
TBI liOYAI. INIUHAMK COY,
Thk London and Lanoahiiikk Fihk
Iniuranoh Ooy,
Ti» iNetiBANOK Ooy. op North
Amurioa.
Thk London and Canadian Fimh
Innuhanok Ooy,
Thb Sun Lipk Amukanoh Ooy us
Canada,
Thk Dominion Building and Loan
Ahooiation.
AWRAIWR POIl THB CANADA PgR.
manknt Loan and Navinoh Ooy
FAIRVIEW ■ HOTEI
Commercial and Mining men should put'
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELLEf
Qeo d. SKeeKar*      •      -      -    f ropri«|
Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. :
 1	
Will
The undersigned having   taken   thi-i
known  and   comfortable   hotel   invites the
patronage of all old customers and the pwblfc
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Furnuoe-hented nnd oomfortnbl.v
fitrnUhed rooiiit*.
FIR8T CLA86 MEAL8 ______   8ERVED'
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor.
J ic**lehiHteon tthtnst.
Pinters is down from the
tJlool Is spending a few
n.
felvlllereturned on Satur*
Hliullkaiueen.
i oniiiinenoed In the dis*
> orops nru reported,
^nod of Oreenwood, has
uslnesi visit to Victoria.
I Donald, of Kock Creek,
Tuesday's visitors to Mid*
Parkinson, P. L. fi„ of
i In Midway one day List
numher of our residents
i spoils in Greenwood on
BOth,
Donald, vloe president
lllhia Telephone Ouinpany,
I today,
Sawyer returned nn Fri-
11 wotnonths' trip to Ohllla*
Hot Bay.
Moss, formerly of Beaver*
,w of Greenwood, left for
i Wednesday last.
Inderson has returned to
er spendlnw several weeks
llkauieen country.
. Stoess, P. 8„ came over
ibla recently to do a few
y work near Anaconda.
Cunningham was, on Satur*
lio, reelected a trustee for
y Puhlic School district.
.ftn Mr.Glllls leaves  Uvdiiy
ton to do assessment work,
KhMnt al-out two weeks.
Reed Is innnaglng the
and bar of the  Itock
I for Mr. H. Pittendrigh,
Knit of lieef cat lie passed
1 Idway last. Tuesday on th.'ir
|sluu|(hlerhouso of P. Burns
Idorsn has taken over tho
tune, formerly run hy Mr.
fr, tho latter'a lease havim*
(rt Milium did nol proceed
, as reported last week, hut
id m ihe J«»el inlneal l_tit.it
I, Moore, me Iiuyer for the
Mier nt Trail, paid the
Erttk district another visit
*xx x sin. i
Theo. Moran Serlousl*/ Knifed
at the Alberta Hotel,
The Would-be Assassin   nftor
bolng Arrested Mnk«H his
Escape from the
Lock-Op.
Siiturdny afternoon, ahoul fi o'clock
the town of Greenwood whs thrown
Into ureal excitement over a siahhlug
iilffiiy which look place nt ihe Alberta
hotel, Sliver st rust, It oppears thai
u Frenchman named line, who was
(lightly under the Influence nr llt-unr,
madeimproper proposals to thu wife
of Theo. Moran. As soon hh Moran
wns Informed of the Insult to his
wife he liiimerHatelyslrlirk Hoe several
linii'S Willi hin lists, whereupon line
took Ills knife ant) ru>liiiiK at Mnraii
Ml.ihheil him ill llnee plan's, nht'e rear
the heart, untl twice In I he. ahdnuieii,
lie then nllempted In escape, hul like
a limited iinlnnil paid UU lit I flit Inu In
where hu was Ruing, Hu ran up tu
Governiuenl it reel then dnwn In the
vnlley oppoilte ihe Miner's lintel,
where he di'nppud dnwn lu a clump
of hushes h.ipliiK that, he Would t»<
passed hy iiutlittcelcd hy tlie excited
uruwd whn were ln pursull, lint he win,
siii'rmiiided aud kept, glintded until lhe
ohluf arrived and arrested him, Mi-tll*
c.il altenilance was secured for Mnran,
Tin.' wi.iinds aii, lerhius lint thedoetors
In attendiince ure hopeful lhat they
may not prove fatal,
line was taken to the city lock-up,
where he was heavily shacklud, hut
Sunday Morning when they visited llu.
eell Rue wus nnl there,   lit* lutd uiiulc
his escape through the celling hy lift -
Ini; a plank which hud never liet'lt
nailed. A reward of $25 was offered
rot'his capture, hut. up In this availing
nollilnghu* heen heard of him.
greenwooT'celS ration.
Canedlen Military Ueistte Polnti out
Necessity for Improvement.
, Oreen, representing K, M,
, wholesale confectioners,
Rn, was  registered at  the
[lintel one duy last week,
Klchaidsnn of Thk Anil! sp-.ui Friday aud Satin-*
enwood. He assisted the
I Band during the eulebra*
Trousdale ex-manager of
Iitry Oreek Telephone Onni'
lo Midway last week wind-
husiness ot that company
In,
, T, Thompson, accompanied
fathom, went, up lu Beaver-
trek to stay a few  weeks.
[ipsun is the owner of the
f Beaverton,
, Kerr and J, P, Harlan
ptilway ou Wednesday ou
pn from Beaverton, whero
■heen Inuklng after a number
lining Interests In lhat ills*
nil'Hi Is called to the follow-
Ilgliyoneof Midway's most
fills.   "A married man says
should he like a roast lamh
I and sweet, nloely dressed,
ul sauce,"
, McDowell, who for some
has heen the guest of his
Is, Mr, and Mrs, V. Keffer, of
has left for his home in
!ing via llu,roast cities Van*
nl Heat lie.
Way Mr. and Mrs. H. 0.
Greenwood, drove lo Oamp
where Mr, Shaw had to
"nine legal husiness entrusted
li nf Hallett A Shaw, They
yesterday,
Idle school picnic which should
Jm place Unlay has lieen posting to the unsettled condition
ather,  The children will he
)fthe next date eel, which
eoon w the weather proves
in. Tipple, of Anarchist mono-
purchased from Mr, Wm.
bis cottage together with four
(land just across Bouudary
ie to the Lancashire House,
was made through Mr, Jus.
,.d,
A. Oatueron, manager of the
i Bank of Oommerre, Greenes received word to go to
ir three mouths to relieve Mr,
e manager there. Mr.Smythe
rook will h« In charge al
»l during Mr. Cameron's
Mr, nnd Mrs, Cameron leave
j for Seattle,
!lal Oonetalile D..I. Darraugh,
x. was In Midway Inst week,
.ugh was In search of four
that recently broke Jull at
' He was successful In
noo, HI wood at Bolster,
Intcd for hreaking Into the
Hotel, Ht Oamp McKinney.
• taken hack lo Greenwood,
Beiutlful Decorations  A Successful
Trades Procession-A Urge
Number of Visitors.
Kven Solomon in nil ills glory wus
not arrayed like Greenwood mi June
anii ami 80th, Early on Thursday
the city hi'gan to don lis holiday attire
mid ere the approach nf evening the
litlle town looked superbly grand with
Ils decorated wIiiMiiwh, Hugs, Chinese
lanterns, etc,
Tlie sports opened Friday momlng
with a tradi-H procession, «lltell was ix
credit lo sn young a place. Among
the husiness houses represented were
wiiiii.'tt'*. carriage simp, Uie Blkliorn
brewery (whioh received the prlsui fur
lhe hest tliuil I, the Yule  l.uinlier On.,
Butler's suildlery, the Rbssoll Haiti'
waiu Co., Rendell k Oo,, Smiih it
Millie, Fraseu's li.ik.ry, the Vienna
hukery, While's seootid hand store and
several olher linns, many uf which
showed cniinlderahle Orlglliulity III
tin Ir get. up,
Although Greenwood Inui iiii Hiiitit'
hie place sel apart for the holding of
sports, yet everything want off vory
successfully, and the large crowd—
many of whom were from nther towns
—went away feeling satisfied With the
pleasure atfnrded them liy the celebration at Greenwood,
If ihere Is one suhject whieh more
t him another should receive attention
at this time, lt Is rifle shooting,   It le
uu disparagement to the past achievements ut uur Canadian marksmen lo
suy that the system under which Ihey
nnw  wurk Is nol wholly up to the
mark, tha! there Is too strong a tendency tooling to the elementary Instead of reaching out to thn more advanced and more pi act Ical,  The D, R.
A, has done a great deal to foster end
develop shooting in Canada, and to
ihe i If nu which ll has exerted must,
lunillilhiilcil a large measure of the
success and distinction whieh our riflemen have attained, There Is, however,
room fur improvement.   Currying out
from year In year the time-worn programme governed hy unchanged enn-
dllIons heeumes somewhat monotonous for the crack shots who Journey to
ihe itiicklllfe range at each successive
meet |ng,   Home mure practical change
might, he inaugurated.   To do such, ss
extra expenditure hy the government
would lu nil prohahlit.y he Involved,
Imt we do not conceive any strenuous
opposition to sueh steps shnuld they he
taken, considering that political differ
elites are, nr might tu he, lost sight ot
when any measure Is Introduced which
Is calculated to promote the Interests
of this most important hranch of military work,
We see representatives of hoth
parties in parliament in attendance at
the annual meei lugs of the I). II. A,,
uud, from the departmental heads
down to those nf lesser standing, Ihe
utmost good will Is expressed towards
the association coupled wl:h an evident
willingness tn promote the Interests of
ihe association and the hundreds of
riflemen Connected with it, Some of
these professions might he Implemented hy the grunting of an allowance sufficiently augmented to enahle
the I), It. A, to introduce stunt, more
advanced system nf marksmanship In
s mutches, especially for old competitors whose experience from year to
year leave* little fnrthnm toieatn. To
line a sight or hold a rifle properly, to
uttiiln correct elevation, aud the like,
should not lie lhe work nf years, Firing constantly m fixed targets Is initio-
•latent with practical requirements,
What shnuld he enconraged hy the
rifle associations Is firing at ohjnois
moving and iippeiirlng at unexpected
places anil unknown distances,advancing and i etli Ing, culled Ive shunting,
 I |n practical formetlrtii for attack.
Tins would much more conform to
practical ivqutieiuciiis, and enahle
i hose who do not look on rifle shooting
Ala mere pastime to perform much
more effective work If ever culled upon
to participate In modern warfare, Preparation for national defence Is the
ardlnal principle upon which all rifle
.impel ll Ions should lie conducted,
Those who regard lhe subject In no
light other I luin u pastime or pleasure
cannot he said to have Its hest Interests
at heart.
Assurance Co.
Flnanoial  Statement, January
Statement,
1st, 1900.
ASSETS.
MuuIiiImO llnuils sail llii'iinil.iiriis.,1 713,771110
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Dominionuf Uaiwila I por n«ni slunk    «,ISH it,
llauk, Ishmi OuiaiMiiy suit oilier
slack.     SS7.4HW
t-uniUBiiy's Untitling.     _,«0 00
(Mali tm llsad und un Ihipmlt.    UBi.SHW 71
Hills lttiimlvatihi ,      (W.«WT 7,1
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attention.
lie h
barn will be found
tdies' and gentle-
Dally stage to Oreenwood carrying passengers ic Express «!
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nams uiiiW AiUustinnnl	
ivlttuiiil Payable January, 1000...
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Net Cash Assets I»,I00,SS0 to
Capital Hulisorlluiil but nut.ualloil In l.tHKl.l wi Oil
Sseurtty te Polloy Hollers s'ajoo.saFso
tnunnio (nr tho yoar muling Hoc ill.
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Board of Dlreotori i
llDN.OKO. A.COX. I'li'-lil.iil,
J.J. KKNNY, VIUD'I'rosliliiut,
Ron. B. 0, WOOD,
Mkssiis. IIOIIT, IIKATY. OKU, It. ll.t'OCK
HUilS, UMHtUK MuMUItltltlll, W, It,
BUOUK, HtJtlll N. IIAIItl), JAMKS
KKltlt OMHOltNK.
W. B. RICKARDS,
Agont, Midway, B, 0.
(§)♦♦•** >**************($)
n
COPPBR HT
GREENWOOD B.C.
-0-
Oool Tools, Plenty Material,
snd 10 y.sr. .sp.rl.nc. to lo
work corrsctly,  , .  .
*|)_**<B_*^_*i____*»:*(i)
T. M. Gulley & Co.
*****!
Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums.
************
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMEBS.
L»Mrf?u Sttick,   Low Prices.
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__s. GtrrxxTaiR-Y sb oo.,
COPPER STREKT. GREENWOOD.
NOTICE.
AVISO mtlroit from bnslntiss In tlm Oak-
. . limit Huh'!, Mlilwny, li. u„ 1 liuvu pl&gnri
nil dt'lii* ilmi to mi. with Mr. .laiiii's Hut lii'i'liiii'l.
NutAry I'uliltu, uf Mlitway, tor uiillni'lluii, wlm
Is hMuliy aulhnrlsiul Ul rt'i'sivr im> tiit-ul ut
Iho ssniii, and (Ith rsuolpt,
, I I). 11, TAVI.OK,
H
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
HYMENEAL.
One
ol MMwiy's Host Prominent
CltUens Wed*,
Ou Wednesday, June 7, iittlieMu*
siinio Hell, Greenwood, Rev, W, A.
Itolilns, M, A„ united In uittrrlugo Mr,
K, A, Met I hi.s end Mrs, Kvu lillliniiii,
Mrs, J, Mtulileu ut Greenwood noted as
lirliii'smiilil. Tin, iirldu, who Isonunl'
Si, Louis' innsi popular Indies, wns
liuiidsoinely uiilred in u ooijuine of
white orgtvndle trlniined with Vnleu*
vlenues liuiv end IniertltiDi over while
sutlii irlninu'il with white silk lute.
Mr. Julius lilirlluii assisted thu urootn,
Alter the iiuiriiit^t' the bridal purty
sut down to ii suinptuniis dinner ut Um
1'iti'lllu hotel, Thi' lii'lih. mul grunill
led Uie siiinti ovenlng fnr.Midway tn
inke up their resldunou In the litutuUI'iil
untiiiKt" ut i lie corner nt' 'lt.lt mul lliiyins
streets, rttt'fiit!)' Imiil liy Mr, Miitilies,
IJl'iin the arrival til' the li.tppy Miiiplu
thu Mldwey Unhestra turned oul en
nntsse end III i's sweetest sliultis wel*
eoiiiuil Mr. ami Mrs. Mnllhes to the
eoililliK uietrtipiills ot lhe llniinilury
ttoiiniry, to wliluh Mr, Mm thus In a
few words nnd many dollars very lit-
thinly mul Kt'tieriiusly respnndea,
Mr, Mutihes Is one of Mltlwuy's most
prosperous liuslneis men, having for ft
nunilier of years oundutiteil tho Mlil*
way Meat Market, Mis, Mnllhes
domes from Ht. Louis, uud It was while
ou a trip there t hut llm hi Ide and groom
Hrst met,
Postal Improvements Needed,
A eniiiiiiuiileatlon rei'tilved riieeui.ly
liy lhe lloeslaud Board of Tiutlu dl-
runted attention to the length uf lime
lhat It lakes, under present luentiven-
lent atraiiHemtiiitsfur letters sunt hy
mall from Book Ureek to Ohesaw and
other near liy towns urrnss
I lie Inl ei'-
national Boundary Hue, ot'Vfl « •
lor«.a.'hthelrr,.s|»ei'l.lveile«ltt«ll; IS,
li was sintetl ihal notwllbiundlw
that the towns named are nnlyjii"
eight miles apart, Ihe "J"1
sui'liaroundulimitotuMhii   a J. M
week passes ere lei l.'i'-''"""111'
„tth'.. io whirl, they tn aMm d.
Z hoard .leeldeiltntti"^;'^;;
latlonslnthept'oi" «"«•    *'J„
view to swiiiilng mow u\mi\iitm
delivery of the mall.
OTIt'K t| hsroby slvnii Ilml tho istrtnor-
, .   snip horrliitimi uxl-llns bcl-wneii .laim's
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MMNMMtmtlHilttNMCMMItMMMtlMMMIM*]
The Travellers Insuranee Co,..
^nnrrrrr(nnnsT"inrnrT
.... Of Hartford. Conn.
rrrrtrm
»
Chttrtficd 1803.
Stook Lift- nnd
Aooidont liiKiii'i.iicv'.
     lliltii|«".i|iiil'«.  ill
, init) ji* tlm flt'iii muni'
E Meliiitl', has this .lay Wtui itlssnlveil
ttiinili MnKtnew, 11, i
nf liynuli ft Mulliill', lias tlilsuay   	
hy 'initiial ronsi'iil, thn nalu Jiiiiiih M, I.Jiiuh
rutlrluitUinrutrum,
Tlm buslnsss will hn tinnltniioil liy llmsalit
I). Mullutr, whu assunii's lOt assri. ami Ita-
WltlM,
JAMKH M. I.YNUII,
ll, MtllU!l*K.
Ilatetl IM. ISttl ilay uf May, mui,
Mldwiy Public School.
The mid slimmer examinations m
ihe Midway Puhllo Bt'liodl were completed I'rldiiy aftei'iinnn In the present'? of a nuinhar uf parents and
friends of the suholars, who were much
|i!eased with the prioress made, as
evlnred In the I'liiuse of the eminiln*
uilntisI'liiiiliicti'il hy ihi, teacher Mr,
A. A. Mi'l'hall, 'l'lu' hlgh"sl iiveraue
monthly atlenduiteefor the half year
Just, closed was io,
Borne very creditable specimens nf
niit|iplng and penmanship were shown,
these heing examples of the pupils'
ordinary work.
liefore the scholars wete dismissed
fnr I he summer holidays a few remark*
were addressed to all present liy Mr,
K. A, Halt), Mr, .1, It. Ferguson and
Mr. J, Sutherland, all speaking In the
highest terms of the excellent I'lachllig
work iluuii hy Mr. Mi'l'hall and eon-
Ki'iiitiiuiliiK ilm school upon the general
Ki.ud results attiiliieil nnd Impressing
upon thu scholars Ihe lmportanci' of
taking full ail vantage of the education'
aloppoiUinllles uow open lo theiit.
(lood Minagimint.
In a certain church In Ireland a
young priest was detailed to preach,
The iicitasliin was his lirst a|ipeurnuce,
und he tonk fnr his text, "Thu feeding
i.r ihe uml! mull'," He said i
"And they fed len people with 10,-
IKK) loaves of In end ami 10,000 Hshes."
An "Id Irishman Mild t
"Deguria, Iciitdtldothat myself I"
which the priest overheard.
Thu next Sunday thu priest an-
lion need llm same text, Iml he had It
right this time.   He said t
"Ami Ihey fed 10,1X10 people nn ten
loaves of lireiul and len Hshes,"
Hi, walled a second, and then leaned
over tho pulpit nnd said t
"And could ynu dn Ihut, Mr, Murphy r
Murphy replied i
"And sure, your reverence, I rnuld,"
"And Imw could you do It r" said the
iu lest,
"And sure, your reverence. 1 could
do It wli h whal was left over from list
Sunday,"
NOTICE.
O n DAYS sftnr dalo 1 liilrnil tn apply lu
UU th. llhli'f Oniiunlssliiiinriif l*iiil«niul
Works fjir permission in pimihssr !M) luiros of
Iniul as follows i llniiitnriii'lng at. a point nn t hu
Niirlli bank nt thn Htnillkitumi'ii lllver, lliuuiai
North III uhalns to Houth houuilary uf liitttnn
Hrservs No, I, l!liili,hwayha: tlidltun aliilis salil
bnuiulunt 80-chains wull thiinno Hmilli ll)
rhalns' Moii( West hottnilary lliiu nf Inillnti
Iti'snrvoi ihtiltM Wintl Nl chains In timuulary
uuiiunsiiarnisnl, Slid twiil«lulii( S*l acres mora
or loss.
This iletloo was posttsl on ths lUtli day of
Juno itkK),
Sp 0. B, OLtVKIt, Appllonnt
NOTICE.
Sixty days after date 1 Intend to
apply to the Chief (loiiindsslimer of
Linda and Works for permission lo
purchase 100acres of unoccupied unreserved crown hinds, vis, t Commencing
at a poet ut 8. \V. corner post Lot
IIKIHU1, nn lhe hank of l-llmllkumecu
Hiver, thenee North K0rhuin>, tlienee
West HOchitlns, thence south 20chultis
to the Siinilkauieen lllver, thence
ailing the Similkameen River tu point,
of commencement, uud containing 100
acres more or less,
Tills notloe wus posted up ou the
llth day of May, 1000.
A, ., l'UOtlTOlt
}83UHS thu hest life Insurance
li runt.riicls In the world. No
disappointment us to dividends,
Everything guaranteed In advance Premium rales IS to 25
percent less than those of old
line Mutual companies.
ASSETS, . . .
January ist, 1897
LIABILITIES,
SURPLUS   . ,
iso.884.ga
17,910,360.20
, 2,976,414.36
The Travellers Oonihlnfltloti Accident Polloy guarantees fnracclileniul
under ordinary conditions.
I,u-< uf ttluhl. Itaiiil
lii'iilli lli'imfli      .     ,     ,     , J.*, us 1
liOM Of Sight of llulli Kyi's     , ,000
l.iwsof llulli Kent ur llulli lliiinl-i 5,030
bins uf (luu llauil ami Dim r'un! 5,000
I'lirtirtnoiil Tnlal liUthlliy 08.HI
Isiss nf l,i!|»at Br RbOVO Kimii
Loss ol Ull Itaml    ,   ,    ,
Imt ur I'lltlii'i' fuut.   ,
I.iihs uf "iKtn uf line l)o   ,     ,
10,51X1
S.iV«i
1,001)
1,1ml
, llilil
LlnillH of   Weekly iudcniiiity $1,300.
AND, tf suoh Injuries tiro sustttluod while riding as 11 passongor In
any possongot' convsyaucc ttsin'* steam, cable,  or clcotrlolty ns u
motive power the amount to he pulu   shall l»i DOUBLE lhe sum
spcclllud tn llm clause undor which the claim Is made.
Cost $$3 A VEAR   TO   PROFESSIONAL   ANI)    BUSINESS
Mkn.and Commercial Travelers;
Other sums at proportionate rates
"OT. 12_E. XETosrapiM--
AOKNT FOB MOUTHEItN HlttTLSlI OOfiUMBU, MIDWAY H, 0.
U******9**********»9999m9*«9xM<*i99m99m*9********
^jk Midway
ta Pasture,
Spokinn PalU and Northirn Rillwiy
Company  Clunge of Time.
Klfectlve Sunday, June Hid, The
Hpokatid Falls & Northern will chauiie
time and Inatigurutu new service as
follows I
Day train will leave Hpokane Kliilfi a,
m., arrive Nelson, OKU) p. in., arrive
Rossland SiDO p. in.| will leave Nelson
0:1)0 am., leave Busslund lltiOS p.m..
arrive Spokane, 7tlO p, in.
Night train (new service) will leave
Hpokane DM p, in., nirlvi1 Rpsslftud
Ot.'tOa, in,| will leave Itussland HiOOp,
iu,, arrive Hpokane 7KJ5 a,III,
tlreat   Noel hern   standard sleeper
will lie attached tn thn night trains,
II. A, .IaoKwin,
th tieneral Passenger Agent,
T. M, GRAVES, Prop.
Pack and Saddle Horses for Sale.
If you hnveloat u  liorsc,   semi tno tho brand nml If Is in tho
country It will bo found.
TERMS  FOR  PASTURING   #.1.00  PUR MONTH
Single homos delivered In Midway, if.',.('<I per mouth,   Tun n
lu Mlilwny, each t!i per lliulltll.
unite, delivered
FALLS HOTEL..
THOS,WAKE
PROPBJITOR.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
JOB PRINTINO-Oet ynur printing
done at Thb Aiivanuk oHtue, (lood
work, rcasnnehle prices,
•1UHT RROKIVKI) Hoiuethlug neat
In Invitation Cards and Ball I'ro-
graiuines, at
THH ADVANOIO Oltlmi,
TO LBT, the mittage near the HuIuhiI
House recently oeeuiilud hy Mr.
D. O. Munro.  Rent #7 per mouth.
'       B. JACOBS.
The hotel Is criilnilly looated and Is a stopiilng place  for  stage lines
Hood fishing lu Ihu vicinity,  Qood st aiding,
A vnelety of the ehotoeat brands of liquors and cigars al the bar
SITUATHDAT BOUNDARY FALLS, B.C.
ttaamemmttmmmMmh.
THE.
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood Crrv Boundary Creek, B, C.
We have opened the aliovn hotel at Oreeinvood (Mty, ami ate prepared
to welcome guests and provide good accoiiimtidiitloii. Ootid Catering. First
class Livery Stahtu.
J W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR OorrF.it Com Mixkiul Claui.
Situate in the Osuy.
Ys.te  district.     Where   lccsted
Kr.iger Mountain.
TAKK   NOTIOK    Ihal I.    itisa.  ie
Tm: j-rssv 8u» Monaul ("uim.
ti, t,, «•*.
yesle
Mining Divlilon of I'sn_.ieintlie Kttii«"Biver ■inWDivist'inof   «|^4
Or,'
■not
fret* uiintr- OStiBO&J
sbty   ias*   Irnr.i    u,
' r spottosr Oosees,
No.   SMB.   intend,
ute    liiTi-i.f.
rr.lv to ;),_ Mining IletJordcrfor a Cwtificatr
Impntvcmenl*. for the pi:
a I'n.M-n lirfint of the itixive claim
am
„c
ns
task
• nt obiiiHing
Yale District.
Cholt    Cretk.
When! 1i>caiedi-Near 10
.'srmerly  wiled   Prior
Crwk.i lying part:.' upon and northerly j /j*. tl"
of ar.d adjciiiir.n Lot 252. Township ,9. I «<_*{£
TAKK NOTICE Uinl   I. William   Graham ■ Jl, %\,
McMvnn.    fm-   iiinrr* aetpBette No.   "    "
BfilM, intend, sluv day. from Un one mri'OI.
loappiv to llir Mining Reoorder for » renin
rate uf bapmvemaou, lor ibe pui*po«- of ub-
AuS furlhcr takr notice Uml action, undtr i lainiii|?a Cromi (irant nf lhe above clnilu
_£#
Beautifully situated at tlie eenlnenee of Boundafy Creek and Kettle River.
seclion 37,  muKt   be eoniuienml   before lbe}
a->=utinc* of Kiicb Cirlifioate of Impro' ements.
Dales ihif mil Hay of April, mm.
CHAS. DKB. OKKE.V.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certiflciite   of Improvements.
.Ami further lake noliee tint action, uniier
serlion 'Al. iuu.i lie eetnmeiued before the
lamutuc t_oi_ CtTliflesicnf Improvcniems.
Hated thi* -iZxh <lay of March, line.
WILLIAM GBAHAM McMYNN.
MlCAWnKH MlXKltAL CL..1M.
Situate in lhe Osoyoos Mining Division
of Yale District. Where Locaied: Kruger
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK that I. (has. Ilrllli^ Green
as a£ent for C. H. *,rundell free Miner*
ostrSesu No. (SllS _ Intend, <ixt> days
from the date hereof, t" apply to the Mining
'tooopder for l Certiiicate of liiiiirovenurj!* for
the purpose ot obtaining a Crows Oram of the
above claim
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of   Improrements.
NOTIOB.
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Vf.iC
-,,/ ,te
v.n'.j
il'JZi,
'p v
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ii
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railway town in thc Kettle River Mining
the Columbia & Western
Manufacturing centre of the   Ketlle  River am
Di\
*ailWHY.
WHITE KNIGHT MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of , ,,»
Yale District.   Where located : Oo h'ru , tiger Mountain. , »lf»;»
TAKK NOI IDS that I.Ohas. deBloki Green. J »!4£J>
iwii-ig ns   agctn  for Frank   11.    Wol-   ''*"■*>
la*lon.    free    miner*,   e-rliflcate No.   Srt&ifl.
intend, sixty   d->*  from the elate barest, io
amily u, thi- Miniutf liccorlcr for a Certificate
of IroprovemcilK for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the ubove claim.
Aod further take notice that aclion. under
I "tir**'
li'-'-Ai'-
ttSflS
.Si-Si
ti, to.
___L___i
And funnel take notice lliat action, under   section .IT.  must   be commenced befure the
section :t". must be commenced before   the issuance of such Certificate of Iiuprovenieiits.
Haled this li'th day rt June. 19UU.
iasnanee of such Certificate of Improvements
Hated this i;th day of April. A. D. imw.
CIIAS. IieR. ORKKN.
CHAS. DE.B QRKBK.
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
XOTIOB.
Lake view axd Oihe.vt Mineral Claims.
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale Ulstrict.  Where locaied : On Knitter Mountain,
TAKK NOTICK thai I. Chas. dell. Oroen.
as airenl for Benjamin Anderson free
miner* certificate No. bj.712. and H. A.
liowermau free miner cerlitleate No. ixi'll,
intend, sixly days from the dale hereof, to
app'y to the'Minins Keearricr for a Certificate
of Improvements, for Lhe purpose of obtaining
o Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further lake notice that action under
aeitiono" must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Haled Ihis „ih day of Maroh, IWO.
CHAS. PEB.GIIKKX.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
NOTIOB.
OPULENCE MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where  locaied:   Keremeos Creek.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
'P'P
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|P
ii-Si
V 'P
ft* fl*
s&_k
T 'I*
iity'
««!i
TV
•pry,*-
il'ri'.'rili.
I ft, ti\ e„
i Ii. !i !&i!i
ILL BE Tl,e mast 'mp°rtant
The Western Terminal and  Divisional point
The Wholesale  Supply ane
Creek Districts.
The distributing   point for   Upper   Ketlle  River,  West   Fork   and  Camp  M-
•nining camps.
The nearest Railway town to  Republic,  Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain
Northern   Washington mining  camps.
The   leading residence town   in   the  country,  with an  excellent   tiimatc,
supply and  favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
ami
pure
SKND n>R MAI'S. PRICES AND Kll.l. PARTICULARS TO
A. M. WOVENDEX,
3d St. Ji.lin
' Aq Ideal Residence Town.
V0T1CE that I. Chas. deBlois Green.
*Kcnt   for   A. J.  MeDoUKall.   fre
miners certificate No. K.W01. intend 4xly day
TAKK NC
ss   a^,
-WAGON AND CARRIAGE
from the date hfrccif.io apply to the Mining Re-   IlxlUV-t      HIIU      Uni\UinU_-
corderfo:- a i.-_riilicaic of improvcinenus. for the {
purpo.-f- of obtaining a Crown Grant of the |
atxjvc claim.
And further take notice that action, under !
taction   37.  mn>\   ba commenced before the
issuance of stivh certificate of iniprovemcnts.
I»at«l this loth day of Jane, IMA.
7c CHAS. DEHLOIS GREEK.
BTO-FXCTB.
St. John Minimal Cum, ,.> ».* fn *p
Situate in the Osoyoos Klnin* Division of ■ iks!4i!^C!^
Yale Districu   Where locaud:   Camp ( JjJ ffi Jg $ Qafc^Uk*!'**
Falniew. j #J»^JwI-^J^J^J*'IwI^J^Jwj.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Robert Story Hall.
as age-m for Kdward Coot, free miners
certiflciite No. BiSi,57t. and Charles Kateon, free
miner's ctititlcale No. 1153, inland, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to tbe Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Imprordmcut*.
for thc purpose of obtaining a CroM-n Grant of
the above claim.
And further take notice that Action, wider
section 37. must be oommenccd before the [ant*
.i,.   f.uhcsrfl^^toiw-m^^ Buy   a   midenee   Sjte   whilst
iiatciihi - iuhdur of May, ia*. there is plenty of choice.  Pure
air and water, beautiful scenic
surroundings, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families.  Try it.
For Prices and Terms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO., LTD.
C. M. 0H0D8B.
Agt'nt f..r British CbJtamMa,
M nl w ji I. i
Si;.,,. THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd.
\Z* +\^\mmmmm\*m+\^\Km\m ►!♦!* *!'ii!l*!^!^!^!' Slfi *?i i** jlwl»!^!^!^!»! Vt^t• m\^.^\^\*m+*!m*V V?* _l_\ *** *'-'"*,'/«t^
W. H.WEBB,
Practical
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements
Notice
Ecuador Mineral Claim.
Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale  District.   Where  locaied:  Camp
McKinney.
TAKE NOTICK that I. Chns. de B. Green,
as agent for Kune-an Ikmald, free
miner- certificate Xo. it>'*735. intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of Lhe above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37,  must   be commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this l.th day of June. 1900,
7c CHAS. deB. GItEEX.
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
■ ♦■
Repairing
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
Eg' CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY,
MIDWAY, B. C.
WASHINGS   CALLED   FOR AND
R. H. PARKINSON.
Provincial Laud Surveyor.
sjyg  Architect and
___, Civil Engineer...
Financial,
I^eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Ager|L
•UVOTAKY    Pi:.m.ir.««*»
p all view* Townsite Agent.
DKLIVF.RED.
Frieea   SXodei-Kt*.
St. Lake's Home...
A Private Hospital
and Nurses  Home.
Oppe*>.iimer St., Vancouver.
Mediejtl.Si.riricjil undMi.ln if.-ry rases
received. Terms:— Primta H<nuns,
$l.i|Hr weak; B-ds in WiinK Sin
per week.
Htoaetteotlatothe eoehtry *t the
usual   charges,    l»*le)(raiiis  raceivlog
iiiii.<_i.it«.' alhmtlon.
All i.|i|.li€«tu>iis to l»- um.li- to
8I8T8B FltAMKs.
Spokane Falls M
Railwa  C   I
Neta 4 Fi, M
K.mlv.a', Ca
Bed Mount.
Railu.. I  .
Subscribe for
THE MICE,
Tliponlv nil mil ro»t»
nil points Bait, We*t t
to Iio>*>lunil, Nc|..,ii «
intermedin!e points ; M
hi'; at Spiik.-iix* nith thf
j.N'ortherii, S'ortbern IV.
O. K. _ X. Co.
Conoecu kt Kelwr. - .• ;i rja
Ki..Ji. ..; 1 idl Ko ,;er..,< ..'• i.   J.
Connecli tt Mtytr i Fi i >*;; et
for Republic, and conn, j'. -. Iraarr
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R. H. PARKINSON,
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Only $2.00 a Year.
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Riverside  Addition.
Just a Word!
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. PBICES 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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BILL OF 5A«
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