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Vol. I, No. 30.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY JANUARY 10, 1903.
S2.0J 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
CASH
REDUCTION
SALE
40N^
Dry Goods, Mens, Boys
and Childrens Clothing,
and entire Shoe Stock
This is a rare chance for you to purchase Reliable Goods at Eastern Prices.
Call and examine our Goods and Prices.   You
are welcome whether you purchase or not.
J. MCNICOL
New Hoist For Snowshoe
Is One of the Largest in
Boundary Country.
the
Fatality at the Knob Hill.
F. Turton Killed While Birring
Down Ore.
Tlie double conical drum
hoist for the Snowshoe mine
has arrived and is being put in
place over the new 400-foot
shaft. It was manufactured by
thetf)enver Engineering Works,
of Denver Colorado, and is rated at 150 horse power, being
one of the largest in the Boundary country. Skips will be used
in connection with the hoist,
each holding two tons of ore,
and the machine will raise from
400 to 500 tons of ore per shift
from the 400-foot level or deeper, the main shaft now being
down nearly to the 400-foot
level.
With the hoist was sent a
large electric motor, by which
it will be driven, the power being furnished by the Cascade
Water, Power & Light Co., now
in operation, the lines of which
run close to the property.
The shipment arrived in two
carloads, and the machinery
when installed and in operation
will give the Snowshoe mine
ample capacity to increase the
daily shipment of ore by at
least 100 per cent, with ease.
Tlie mine management reports that the total ore shipments for the last year was 20,-
H00 tons, nearly all of which
was sent to the Sunset and
Mother Lode smelters, and most
of which was sent out in the
last, six months. The shipments of ore for 1903 promise to
be very much larger than for
1902.
Last Monday morning about
nine o'clock a miner, named
Fred Turton, met with almost
instant death at the Knob Ilill
mine, in I'hoenix camp. With
a partner, Charles Smith, he
was barring down some ore at
the top of the No. 4 raise, from
tunnel No. 1 to the glory hole,
when Smith advised him not
to work there any longer, as
there was great danger of tha
ore giving way under him,
Turton, however, paid no attention, and a few minutes later
the ore suddenly gave way, taking Turton with it, and almost
burying him. He died a few
minutes after the accident.
Turton was a native of Yorkshire, England, and a member
of Phoenix miners' union, having been employed in Rossland
and at the Knob Hill mine since
last April. He was well liked
by his fellow workmen and employers} He has relatives in
Springfield Illinois, and in the
state of Washington .
May Revise Canadian Tariff.
Ottawa, Jan. 3.—Signs continue to multiply that at the approaching session of the Dominion parliament  important developments may be expected in
the direction of revision of the
Canadian customs tariff.   Tha
probabilities are that tariff walls
will be strengthened generally
to provide more adequate protection to Canadian indrustries.
Canadian iron and steel interests
demand   better   protection   in
thisparticular.   The manufacture of steel rails and structural
steel may be cited.   Steel  rails
can be purchased from either
the United States or Germany
for delivery in Canada cheaper
than   consumers   in   either  of
these  two   countries can  buy
them, and can now be imported
into this  country  free of duty
when weighing over 45 pounds
per lineal yard.   The total iron
and steel consumption   of  the
Dominion now amounts to upwards of 1,000,000 tons a year, of
which hardly one third   is the
product    of- Canadian   works.
The   proportion    produced    in
Canada is  the  output    under
protection.
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Certainly It's uoia
But good warm Clothing will keep you warm-any
day.    Don't go around shivering  in cheap, shoddy %
Clothes, but call in and get goods that   will defy  thetf**
winter's chilly blast,    lt costs but very little more, and %
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besides you will look like something in an    up-to-date j&
Suit   of Clothes or Overcoat.    Purchase now and en- JK
joy the winter, it is liable to last a long time.
i When in ctaubt
* As to where to buy your footwear, call on us,
1 trial purchase and you become our regular custa
1 Good quality and low prices combined never fail to
| give satisfaction.
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R. is  Unable to Handle
Freight Promptly.
A dispatch from Pluenix sayR
that for some reason not explained t<> the satisfaction of
the mine and smelter operators in tho Hoiindary country,
the 0, P. R. appears to be totally unable to move the ore and
coko tonnage called for in this
section at this time. Since and
before the first of the year nearly all the shipping mines have
been complaining of a shortage
of cars and when received and
loaded they are not taken away
with the promptness required
to keep everything in tho best
of running order for the mines
and smelters.
This year the snow for this
part of the season has beeu unusually heavy, there being three
to four feet on the level in many
parts, and this, coupled with tho
shortage of motive power on
the part of the railway
pany, has aggrivated
trouble.
Although the C. P. R. has so-
cured some lomocotive power
from the Kettlo Valley line, and
is using it as far as possible, it
does not seem to relieve the
condition. Unless the railway
people make special efforts at
once to relieve the situation,
some of the furnaces in the
smelters will have to be blown
out temporarily until the tonnage can be promptly handled.
As itis, the mine managers are
complaining loudly.
Congdon  will  Govern  Yukon.
Ottawa, Jan. 3.—Mr. Frederick T. Congdon, K. C, Crown
Prosecutor for the Yukon Territory, will succeed Hon. J, II.
Ross, as Governor. News that
this apointment will be made
within a few days was officially
confirmed to-day, and the next
issue of the Gazette will probably contain notice of the passing of the order in   Council.
Mr. Congdon arrived here a
few days ago from Dawson, aud
will not return to the north until the early spring. In tha
meantime affairs are being administered by Mounted Police
and other officials at Dawson,
who keep in touch with Ottawa by wire.
Mr, Congdon was chairman
of Governor Ross' executive
committee at Dawson during
the recent campaign, and as
such achieved consideralile political prominence. As Crown
Prosecutor, he is said to have
done excellent work in the cases
against Labelle and Founder,
the murderers of Bouthillctte
and others, during the past summer. Mr. Congdon is a young
man, and was a prominent supporter of the Laurier Government before he went to the Yukon.
Broke All Previous Records.
Pekenix, Jan. 5.—Yesterday
the Granby mines again broke
their own record for one day's
shipment of ore. Christmas
Day these mines sent out 00
cars of ore. with eight cars from
the Snowshoe, making over
2,(H!0 tons for the 24 hours,
which was the record for one
day from this camp up to chile.
Yesterday tto Granby mines
alone sent out 73 cars of orb, or
about 2.2l.) tons. As far ns
I known, this is the largest tonnage ever sent out from one
group of mines from any camp
in the province in a single day.
coin*
the
Chris. Foley has   decided   to!
enter the coming   federal con-     John   II.
test in Burrard as an Independ- signed his
ent Labor candidate, manager o
More Rolling Stock for C. P.   R.
Winnipeg, Jan, 3.—In an interview this morning, General
Manager McNicoll of the C. P. R.
slated that several million dollars'worth of rolling stock was
being built for the lead, and
that KiO new loci motives and
8,000 more cars would soon bo
on the line.
Mr. Galliher at Ottawa.
Ottawa, Jan. (i Mr. Galliher,
M. P.. has arranged with the
Government to receive a delegation from British Columbia,
asking for un increaso of duty
on load mul products, on January 15th.
Mackenzie  has reposition as   general
the Lo Roi,
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To economise during 1903, thebest way   of car- %..,
rying it out is to purchase ) our groceries from us, we jj.
will help you to keep it, in fact we will guarantee that /$
kept if your orders are placed in our hands,   be- W.
hoice,  fresh   Groceries are such %.\
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It IS
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cause our prices for cr
Everytinie you visit   your  dentist   he   gives   you
reminder about the value  ol' a .:    '"..   .
We often forget this advice when payiu
still it was good advice, and well meant,
you of it and suggest that you take a
play of
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Permit
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perly  used.
it   his bill
to remind
rindow
nis-
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The Globe Loses Another Editor
Tokonto, Jan. 5,- John Lewis, who for ten years back has
heen chief editorial writer on
the Globe, and who has been
acting editor since J. S, Willi-
son resigned, has joined the editorial staff of the World.
M. E. Nicholas, late of the
Telegram, has also joined the
editorial staff of tho World.
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Ac Fo Thomas,     Drugaisl C, M. 0R0USK  Mlloi (inil Pio'vieloi
Pliblishod weekly ul WA\xt)y. B.C,
snlrsuiijiiiun prlco, $211(1 iiittiiiiiuni, (tiiyiilili
in lidvaiioc, oltiipr yo.irly ur linlf yearly itl llu-
upJion uf Ilie suliKui'ibiT.
A IrorlUtiigrata*nont.on application.
SATUKDAY, JANUARY, 10, iM
Aresicfoabof tb'a districl. has
received a letter from Premier
Prior in which he states that it
is the government's intention
to build (woof the bridges for
the West Fork wagon _6_i<
this winter. Was Mr. Killeen
making false promises when he
said they would all be built?
Premie.• Prior is in favor of
liberal land grants to encourage
the construction of railways,
but he is not, in favor of building a railway to Fort Simpson
to compete with Victoria and
Vancouve.', especially Victoria,
This means that Mr. Prior proposes to donate the laud, which
belongs tlie people of the province as a whole (?) to build up
a particular section (bis section)
of the province. This shows
the breadth of the premier's
mind, and also that he will have
the support of the coast grafters.
To celebrate the accession of
King Edward as Emperor of India, the Viceroy, Lord Curwm of
Kedleston made his state entry
into the capital of the Moguls
on the morning of the 20th of
Dec. ultimo. At: the head of the
elephant procession rode Lord
and Lady Curzon on the state
"Grand Tusker," 12 feet high.
The Duke of Connaught, who
represented King Edward, with
the Duchess of Connimglit
followed on another "(irand
Tusker." Then in order of precedence, came the Niinan of Hyderabad, the Maharajah of Tra-
vancore and seventy other ruling chiefs. In the rear of the
procession rode General Lord
Kitchener wit1) a brilliant staff.
They received a flattering reception.
The Bureau of Provincial Information has issued a bulletin
containing a report of a lecture
delivered in London, England,
by the Hon. J. 11. Turner, agent
general for the province. Tbe
report contains much valuable
inforinatioii that should be of
interest to those who are think-
in;: of immigrating to Canada,
and should be inst rumental in inducing a large nuinhor to leave
the old country, where it is* altogether too crowded* and settle
ill western Canada, which offers
good inducements to young
men, who are not afraid of work,
or to the capitalist, who is looking for good investments. Too
much attention is, perhaps,
paid to the scenery of British
Columbia. This is a mistake
made by nearly all who write
or lecture on British Columbia.
Scenery is all right and is very
MIDWAY NEWS
DEPOT
THOMAS WALKER, Proprietor.
All the beet brand* of
Cigars and Tobaccos kept
constantly on hand.
Latest shades and patterns of Wall Paper now in
stock.
Seventh Street, Midway.
Candies
Canned
Goods
Biscuits
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Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
Markets at: Greenwood, Grand Forks,, Pf|oer)ix
aqd Midway.
i.s difficult to understand. These
lands nre supposed to belong to
the people, but if an individual
desires to purchase or preempt land in B. C„ he. of course,
is requested to have it surveyed and to pay a good price for
the land. In nearly all, if not
all, the other provinces and
territories there are free home-
sti ads. Every effort is made to
induce settlers to settle on the
public lands, the government
realizing that every industrious
settler becomes both a consumer and producer, and thereby
adds to the wealth of the country. In B. C. there is no organized system for the settlement
of the vacant lands. Even in
some of the practically settled
districts, there has been no
survey of the land. Settlers
looking for land cannot get the
desired information. There are
no ii]) to date maps. We occasionally hear about H scheme
to settle Malcolm island or
Bulkley Valley or some other
district, but, as stated above,
tliere is no regular system.
There is the same crudeness
that characterizes the management of public affairs in British
Columbia generally.   The idea
AMERICA'S
BEST
Kditornlly  Fearless.
Consistently Republican.
New-Strom nil of lho world-Well
•vritien, originnl storlua-Anawci's
lo qtlerlos- Artlcim on Health, lho
Homo, Now Hunks, nnd on Work
About lho Farm nnd Garden.
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desirable, h it that this province
possesses scenery equal to any I that these lands belong to, in
in the world lias never been re-1''act as well as in theory, the
fated,ni d therefore does not re-! Crown of Britaip has not been
tt'ilyi' expounding upon, Bettor y.?tentirely eradicated. At the
far to prove to the skeptical present time the grafters have
Fn-ilsli investor Unit the mines j their eyes on the rich lands in
of thisproviiK.Mire not all "wildcats " This dene it will have a
greater tendency to induce settlers and capital to come in,
than by convincing them that
the scenery is superior to that
produced in the paintings of the
greatest artists that ever lived.
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It is strange, or rather not
strange, perhaps, taking into
consideration the record of li. C.
governments, that when a land
grant was given to the C. & W.
Railway, that no provision was
made for the survey of thi! rail-
i Way lands. If a settler applies
fora pre-emptionclaim, if there
Is any possibility of it being in
the railway belt, his application
is refused on the ground that it
has been crown granted to the
C. & W, Railway Co. How
blocks of land can be crown
granted to   the    l.'ailway  Co,
northern part of the prcv-
nce, it, therefore behoves the
leople to be on their guard.
Why ymi slinulil luiy
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
BROAUSB it, is the lust tpuAhy
BECAUSE it, is input IiihUhk chew
BECAUSE il, is the litrgHstlilgh grade
10 or 25c, plug
BECAUSE lhc l.jiirr< iii'i' vji Inn Iiii for
pruiiiiiiiiiN until Jin. i, 1^05
HHCAUSKyniii' (|.'nl,.r Ir milhnilzcd
inil.l 1.1       nr..,——11      NMM^^MB
In   ii' I'iimiI   veil r iniiiii'v
Is n inonibcr of ths Asiurolntcd I'ros-i,
,llm only Western Newspaper receiv-
liiK'lieonlirotolci-rnphlc news serv-
liie of tho Now York Son nml ppopinl
cabloof lho Now York World -daily
rop'irl.i from over torn upcoial correspondent* throiiKhniit tho country.
YEAR   ON E DOLLAR
IMHsrtb'i fnrTH?! DISPATCH anil
The Weekly Inter Oram, on« yenr,
both |».',p,>rH for *1..*><>.
A familiar mime fnr the Ctik'Hgo,
MilwiinkBH k St. I'mil Uniliviiy.kiiown
nil over lh<* Union ns tlie Great Knil
way rniinint* the "PlOKKKK I.imitkd1
trains every day and ninht hetween St..
Piiiilahd Chicago, nml Omaha and
CbioHgn, "The only pi'ifi .it t.rnins in
the world." Undeisliinil : dinner
tions lire innd,* wiili ALL Tritnsnon
tiiienlal Lines, aspiirlng td passengers
the liest. service known. Liixinious
conches, electric lighls, sleain hent, of
a verily equaled by nil other line,
See that yonr ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" ivhen going to any pnim
inlheUniied States or Oanada, All
tii ket agents sell them.
For nit-en pamphlets or othei intor-
miition, address,
R. L. Ford, H. S. BOWK.
Tm. 1'nns. A(*l. (loiii'.rn! .Agent
SPOKANK. WASH,
PORTLAND, OK.
Tram Marks
DESIGNS
Copyrights Ac.
Anton- nenrtlng 11 sketoti and doicrlntlnn mny
nniciilr uncertain our opinion froe wlicilior nn
IllVllltlnn Is prnlraMy patentable. Cimimillilrn.
tloiia.lrlctlycouthlotitlnl. llnnitlmokon I'atenti
tout (reo. olrloat niioncy for «Kurllln potent!.
Patents Inten tiirooitli Munn A Co. receive
ijiretal notice, without choree, In the
Scientific American.
A hnndanmely Ittnutrafed weekly.  Ijiroeit clr-
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& Co.3««ro«i».,. New York
1 Office, OB F Ht. Wmhlwiton. D. C.
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AND seKNKIIY UNKQL'AI.KII.
for Holes,  Keillors nml Full Information,
cull on ornildroH",
H. BRANDT, V. P.kT.A.,
701 VV. Riverside Avenue,
Spokank, Wash.
A. B. C. DENNISTON.H. \V. P. A„
SKA'n'LE, Wash.
NOTICE.
NOTIOK IS HJCRKBY GIVKX (Imt the
Itlrhvay ard Voruon llailwuy Compaily
will upply tf 1 tlit. Parliainoiit. oCCatltuln nl ils
next scBfilon for an act declaring Iho railway
and works which thu Company has boon aullt*
orlznti by th(ilcgislaturo nf iho Provinoo of
Hritish t'i hiiiibia tu i'un.sliuol, io bu ivork. for
tho iti n.ritl arlvantago of Canada cnLoikHiik
tho limn wiihin which it may cotifitruoi tho
same; and uiviuK tf) Iho Company such po ffoffl
as to linih.taiiiit.K and oporatiiiK or (H.poRing
of ith railway anil works ami sudi other pow-
era and privileges as aro usually given to K ill-
Way Companies incorporated by the Parliament
of Canada,
I>ated at, Ottawa, this 181 li day of I>ecember,
A. I)., 1!H)_.
WILSON SENKLRR fcULOOMPIKLD,
Solieflfifri for ApplloailLs.
MnOIVKltlN &HAYDON,
Agents for Ottawa.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which is Incorporated
The  Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.   -   RESr, $2,500,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKER, Gen. Mgr.
HENRY F. MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
This hotel is centrally located and is a stopping: place for stage
lines,    Good stabling on the premises.
Nil' IHU   Slltislllll,
th.ibvi.ike rujAcco;a.,i.tii.
Only tKe choicest brands of Wines, Liquors,
and Gigars at tKe Bar
MTUATRI) AT BOUNDAKY FALLS,   B. C.
R. MEYERHOFPS
-^STAGE^*-
Carrying His Hajesty's Hails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. in., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p. m,
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. ni.,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p! m.,and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
Tha best of accommodation for
the convenience of the
travelling public
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR.
CROWELL'S
HOTEL...
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
OOOOOOO
Headquarters for Railroad,
Mining and Commereial Men
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First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel,
S. A. CROWELL, Prop.
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We have added greatly to our I
stoek of Type, Borders, ete., and |
k
our Job Department is now equal \
to any in the Boundary country.
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I We are also in receipt of a j
j large consignment of the best j
j quality of all kinds of Sta- j
ftionery, including Wedding l
[invitations and Ball pro-|
1 grammes. !
» i
;     We prison good paper,  ar\d {
: m the most approved style :
! LETTER HEADS, HILL HEADS, 1
: NOTE HEADS, ENVELOPES, POST- £
ERS, STATEMENTS, BUSINESS {
CARDS, CALLING CARDS, BLANK |
FORMS of all kinds, BILL OF SALE |
FORMS for mineral claims, SURVEY- f
PR'S AFFIDAVIT FORMS for field I
notes etc.
J\ Trial order solicited.
ADDRESS :	
The Dispatch,
MIDWAY B. C. 1   LOCAL AND DISIKICI.   g
i i. »#***»** *.»'*•*■* *•* * * *******
Mrs. A. 0. Milln in visi'tiiif?
with Iter |«irerits nt Alton, III.
Mrs. T. I). Banbury of near
piiatitix is visiting the town.
Quid. Rugei'i of Chesaw was
in Midway tlio first of tlio week.
(;, S. I'lW. U. H, CustfiiiiH of-
ncur, nf Curlow was a visitor to
town on Wednesday.
Wm. Lawless, of Anarchist
Mountain, was among Tlmr..-
,liiv's visitors to Midway.
R. Greigej;, maimer for tlio
({,. iwood Liquor  Co.  was a
visitor to Midway ou Ttio.duy.
Mrs. James McNicol and son
Lorns, ivturiiyd on Monday
from visiting relatives at
Carson,
W.T.Smitli, of (ireenwood, was
a passenger <m Tuesday's stage
from Curlew on his return from
Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardom returned on Monday after enjoying a
week's vacation with relatives
atEiiderby,
Mrs,. I.M. Bulger and Mrs.
Geo. Gardner, of Nelson, who
have been visiting Mrs. A. 0.
Mesker. returned home on Monday.
The publk school re-opened
lost Monday after being closed
for the holidays. The attendance is not as large as it should
It I for the number that are on
the roll. This is largely duo to
sickness.
Geo. F. Williams, represent-
in;,' W. It. Brock & Co. wholesale dry goods find gents furnishings, Montreal, paid Midway
a visit during the week and
from here took in Cainp Mo Kinney,
W.I':. McBoyle, of the St. Louis
Hotel Camp McKinney- came
down from Camp on Tuesdity.
Mr. McBoyle expects to obtain
tt licence at a special meeting
of the licence board to be held
on the 15th. inst. The St. Louis
wns opened on Jim. 1st. after
I being dosed for about two years,
At one time it did a large trade.
The work in the <|tin:*i'i.s and
jollier open  workings  of   the
liniiiesof  the  Boundary, after
having been for several  days
punch iifipedofl by the comparatively heavy snow fall, is now
proceeding as usual.   The fall of
luiow this winter has   thus far
lieen grenter  than  in ordinary
|oasons. At present the weather
s line, clear, and frosty.
Not much public interest has
let been evinced in the Greenwood municipal elections. It is
Ita ted that the present mayor,
Teorge U. Naden, will offer him-
jilf for re-election, and that
pieman Sinailes, of tha firm
! Rendell & Co., will nlso be a
M'idate. Outside of the
(myorally contest there is not
My to be much interest taken
| the election on Thursday, 15th
J.H.BI18HS
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Exooutod to the Satisfaction of Customers
Wpbh      BICYCLE AND
▼ T XJ%*\J MACHINE REPAIRS
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK
MIDWAY AND
GREENWOOD.
jyjci.coi),. BUOWN.
UAititismis, 8 crroits, Vftc.
UllliKNWIIOIl, 11, C,
H_ NICHOLSON,
—: Notary Puhlic,
Seal estate,
financial aijknt
and MINING BROKER,
Camp MoKinney, B.C.
&
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
MASQUERADE
1st.
K. A. Duff, for about  three
mra on the staff 0f tha Croon-
[ood branch   of tlie   Hank   of
fontreal, hns loft for Winnipeg.
tely he hns  been  suffering
"om appendieitis, and  lias Ue-
jded to undergo an  operation
>r permanent relief.     As his
■othorlives in Winnipeg he has
Bne to that city to  enter the
■spital   there.     Last Sunday
»ening, aftar tbo close of the
«roh service, he was presented
Igth a valuable gold watch.
to Wednesday the two sur-
V<*- parties,  who are locating
line for the V. V. & E„ one
whieh was working from
■rlew towards Midway and
■e other from Roberts' ranch
■vards the same point, met
■th their linos a short distance
tButh of tho town, thus compel-
g the location of the line from
b rlew to Midway and on to a
tint about 12 miles west of
ire. Yestorday tho camp, that
Br some time has been atRob-
■ts' ranch, was niovet^ farther
Twt'l&tho vi_ii% of Molson.
CARNIVAL
Ur
MINERAL ACT.
Will  Be  Held At The
GREENWOOD
Skating Rink
l'iiiler tlio llliilm|*uiiici!l oi tho
Greenwood    Oltteens'    Band.
en
Thursday,   Jan,.   15th,   1903.
Privet) will Hi' given  its follows!    '
1. Kor Heat (jVihiiiuh'iI Inrly, jjrlio donated
by A. Logan k Co.. jowollors.
2. For He .  Kniiey Costiuilcd Qootlomati, '
prize 1l111mt1.1l by II. A. Kliii* & Co,
.1.   Kor lltt.t Kaney Costumed Girl, prize do-
natal by Smlili & Mcltae, Sl at loners.
I.  For Jlont Kanoy Contumod Boy, prize dn- J
tutted by 1'- \V. Ooorgo & Oo. I
S,   Pur llnflCtnnluCnrxiiinu:. prize donated
by ltondoll k Co.
Concert by Tiie Citizens' Band
Only nkntuis in uohhiiiii' I'llimed on tbo ire
mull 8 ,,'rliH'k. after which lho public will bul
pormittod to skate,  Doors opun at 7:30,   linnd
Cum-crl nl 8:111.
Admission    25    rcn's    eirh.
l/ink otiifortho IfavBood Band liithoaftoriioon
Certlflcate   of   Improvement*
l-oncm.
SWMKT Mixuii.tl. Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining IHvlslon
of Yalo District.  Where looated : Camp
McKinney.
"TAKK NOTICE tlmt I. h'orboa M. Kerby, iu
I agent[Jirl.yl j i Wilm f. ■ 11 r I..' ■ niiti-
or. eerlliluate Xu. u'ltTlM. Sillier/ x: Coins,
live miners eniilleale Nn. ni.ilHi, Alfred
Muller, free miners corlWealc No, uill 13 ni.d
Wlllloin EtlHnrdK.ftuiinlno's niiirmlc No,
1)11811, Intend sixty dayafruin the date here-
nf, 16 apply to lhc Mining llcenrdcr for a
Cerllfleiile'jfl liprJIVOJinilU. fnr [lie purpose of
obtaining a Crown Umnl of ibe above elaini.
Ami furthor lake notloo thnl aetlnn, undci
seetion 37, must tie ootinnoitcod before the
lssuanoe of sueh Cerlilleale of linprm .incnl.
Iiuleil Ibis llth day :if November, 1IHI2.
Kob.»i. KOIIIIi:s M.KKM1Y,
Agent.
Attention is called tothemas*-
tiuerade carnival to ini \u.\t\ in
(ireeiiwootl next Thursday evening, under the auspices of the
Citizens' Hand. See advertisement elsewhere in this issue.
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
J. S.   HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
NADIJN-H.OOI)   BLOCK   .   (IttlJIjNWOOl).
F§ M. KERBY,
A, M. Can. Soe. C. E.
I'koviNciAL Land   Surveyor
AM)
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
MlllWAV   ANII (IHKKNWOOI).
Greenwood-Curlew
;   VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The'undersignecl is running a DAILY STACK betwee
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway. Stage will leave Greenwood at 6:30 a. m„ arriving in Midway at 7:45 an.I at Curlew
in time to connect with the train for Spokane du..* 10:45 returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p.m., upon arrival of incoming train,
reaching Midway at 7:30 p. m, and Greenwood at 9 p m,
Will connect with Meverhoff's Stage from all points West
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
DR.  SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Ri'Ndkll Block, Greenwood,
Phone Ufl, V.i N.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER.
Spokane.Wash.. U S.A.   Midway, B C.
MIDWAY.
B. C.
Spokane Falls Morton
Railwav Co.
Nelson & Ft, Sheppard
Railwav Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co..
Washington & G. N. Ry.,
Van.,ViciE.Ry.&N..o,
Thi*  nnly  all  mil  route   hetween
pnillls enst,, West lllltl south to HnS8*
I Hill, N"l-ir|l. (il'JIIIll PoTfcl Jlllll lfcpl|li-
lu'. CiiniH'cis at Spokane with ihe
Kieiti Nni'ihern, Nnt'lhet'ii P.icifiu nml
0. xt. k s.Cxx. for pnints en*j', wh.-i
nnd smith | coiiiiBute Hi Rns-liinri mul
Nelson wilh Ihi* (Jiin.iiliiiii Priiilii:  Hy.
Comu'CtN nt XulMnn witli tlit'K. u,& N.
Co. for Kimloiuiil Slmuu polntn.
CoiuH'ctii nt Gartow with stage for
Grt'i'invootl mill MM way It. 0.
lluli -t   ttai'H  run   on   tralim   lietwrnju
Spr.tjitl,' ailll   lt,'|illl>lll'.
For Getting- a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.-*-No Money
Required.—Every Man, Woman, Boy, or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
In oi'iliT 11 liiivi1 Dp. Arnold'* IChr
li»li Toxin PUN plnot'il in ihe hands of
nil p.i-soiiH sulTi-i-iiin from lmd It. alth
we (Mlks ''ie lollowiin* musl lihi'l'ill
offer :'-
LOST
On Oc toiler 2Stli, 11 promissory note for $(io., gayablo in •')()
days, drawn by A, W. Bailey
and made payable to the undersigned, Finder will oblige by
returning the same to
A.  Horridge,
Midway. B.C.
EFFBCTIVE NOVEMBER 22, 1902:
"TWA HOURS
AT HAME."
If-on uill send ns vour luune nnd
mldit'ss and ngrx-e In sell lor n- twelvo
lioxen of Dr. Arnold's Knuli.-h Toxin
I'ills nl li"). P'f liox, we ivill i*iv« you
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch
and Chain In either Ladies or (leu's
size, or your rhoiuc of twenty other
premiums such as line sets of Jewelry,
llions, Violins, Mandolins, T.ti Sets,
Sateen Skirts, t'ainerns, el.. Ilene in-
her we. don't want any money until
nflnr you sell the I'ills and you don't
hnve lo sell :itiy linn''' thiol 12 lioxes lo
Hi't. I..H' ()ieniium... This is n lioua tide
offer from n reliahle eoneern Hint hns
irlven thousands nf dollars iviirili of
preinlunis to agents nil over the loun-
try. Heiiieinlier nlso Unit Dr. At Hold's
KiikIIsIi Toxin Pills are a well known
nuieily fur all diseases of the kidneys
nnd miiddiir, BriRhfc's dlseluo, diaheteA
rheumatism, lei'voiis (i<>111'I■ s, and
fenniln coinplnints, nnd are for sale hy
all Hr.-t class diii'Ojists and dealers in
nil purls of the world. Vou hnve only
to show I hem lo sell them. Vou are
nototferiiiK something thai the people
don't, know. Our watches are the
regular siaudaiil size for Ladies or
(iimileioi'ii In Nickel or Gun Metal
Oases with handsome illutnlim'ed diuls
and reli'ihle limekeepeis, wniehes
sitnh as no lady or gentleman need he
ashamed to rilrrv, and they will he
sent nhsi lulely Kree to all who sell
only twelve lioxes of tho-e woiulerful
Toxin Pills. Write at once ami he the
Hist in your locality to earn one of
thine lieaul iful watches and chain, As
mon as we receive your letter or post
card we will send ymi post pnul Iwelve
hoxes, together with our Illustrated
> Catalogue nnd heatltiftillv colored card
with your name and address on ns our
' lUHhoiT'i'it jiL'ent. Hem in mind thai
| you will not hensked to sell nnv mine
thnn the ll hexes mid we don't want
' nny money until after yon have sold
j them. We hunr nil lhe expense and
j are only milking this liheral offer ns a
method of advertising Dr. Arnold's
Kmtlish Toxin i'ills. Don't delay,
write at once and earn a lieaul il'ul present, for yourself fur Ohiistinns,
Address
AKINOLO MEDICINE CO., Dept. 118
50 Adelaide St. East, Toronto.Ont.
Go MOC
poviig Spines
0l(!
^" and "^>
ptora Mao
Sopran©
scoitish
en11rtainers
(ptTh®
AUDITORIUM
I'ltKi
75 Getxts
aad;
50 Gei-ls.
Lo« ve.
Arrive.
IT. "..in	
to,I.i am,...
.   HOS.sl.AN'll       ."i.lllpin.
'.(Kl n.in....
.. NKI.SON      8.00 p.m.
I.ODr.iii	
. GRAND FORKS....    l.OOp.in.
11.15 ii.m      .
., RSI'UIIUG.   ...      .i.llip.m.
3__.
-ft..   JAOKJSON,
General Pnnsengor Aifent
Spokmio. Wnsh.
CANADIAN     ,
"PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
ALL SENSIBLE PEOPLE THAVE1.
BY THK 0i P. 11,
SPEED
AFETY
ATISFACITON
LEAVE MIDWAV 2i-5 P. M.
Arrive WJunigeg....Hrd,dny8:50a. in.
Ai rive St. Pnul Hrd dny (IjIO p. in.
Arrive Chicigo  Iih day 0:30a. in.
Arrive Toronto 5th day 2:45 p. in,
Arrive Montreal nth tiny (1:30 p. in
An ive New York... .(li h day cSjjVi n. in,
A Irlp Eist over the ('. I'. II. will
convince you thai it is Ihe "ONLV
WAV."
THROUGH TOURIST  SLEEPINO
CARS EAST.
Leave Duinnore Junction daily for
St. Pnul.
Kootenay Lmiling Tuesdays and
Sal iirdays fur Toronto. Montreal and
all EnBlefn points.
Through Bookings to  Europe,
Vin nil Atlantic Untites, I'repjiid lick-
els ill lowest rales issued from all
European Countries.
Knrlhe Information regarding the
(!. P. R. and further proof of il. heing
Ihe "ONLY WAY" can lie furnished
on application to
A.   \V.   llAII.HV,   Affi-nt. Midway,  Dr
.1. S. CAHTIOIt, K. .1, GttVlrE,
I). I'A.. A. (I.f. A..
Nelsnn. II. C.      Vnn-w'ivur. II. O
Commereial Job Printing
AT*
THE  DISPATCH
Midway Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.
J, H. Tyrrell,   -   Proprietor.
SINGLE and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK   and  SADDLE  HORSES
Hay and flats fop Sale. ■ Bos Meets all Trains.
General Transfer ani Dray Business.
■;_P-mtk_
Ittl
I Riverside Hotel
.jfr-ir -'< -;   |*«j i .
A-.--"-'Z: Zz,. -y.f-
iii'z . '.'Z-."'-,'.,:.tt,i_ '■    ■ ,c
Rock Creek, B. C.
Wti    Y^-^SfSS S.T. LARSEN, Prep.
1^3     St.'pplMtf  pbiic  fur Sinjfcs Id
uud fi-uiii ali Boundary
Cfeek  pointh.
(jood Aeeommodation for the Traveling Public.
The Mormon Temple.
Boots
and
Shoes
A. Maslonka
The   Mormon  temple   nt   Suit
L'i'keOliy Is im dou'il tlie most suli
-I an lln) nnd  .i-ll constrncti A rnligiuui
erllftee in tile United States, if init i'i
Ilie world,   tinnier slone Iniil  April 0.
IHZiS, cup stoi.e April (1, 1W2 and (leili-
(Jitcil Aplil (I, ISM. over forty yenrs of
consinill Inhor heing coiisiuni"!   in  iis
construction    Thi- mhgnifieenl sti net-
ure 2lt:i feet lntii;, WD feet wide is  Iniilt j
entirely of L'inii while (iirnile, heiinti |
fully curved, symholic of the Mm in ui I
faith, surmounted hy six lowers, the |
hlgliesl hei ng 2») feet from tin'' |?i")uiid :
suuuui'tinK ji liron/.e stniii" of ihe jiiir
eiMnroni. The cost ..f ihis imiiding formerly of Nelson, B. C,
is ahout mtoan.   There are   mny   hag   oqened   a    Boot    and
nther ntl ructions in. Hall Lake pity ot n
inteicBt to ihe imveier nr tourist, shoe   store   in Midway,
where inlay cun   he well spent.    The *
RioGrnn.le i.s the only   TrniH-eonti    With    a    large     Stock     OH
neiltnl route passing directly thrmigh   hanfj
S.ill Lnke Oity, where n stop-over is
nlloived "ii all clns-es of ticket .    The   »-» .
service of the Kio (Irnlitle lines   is lin-    JjQOXS
excellcl.   Threr t'-nins dnily hetween
Ogden and Denver. curyinK nil cla..-1
se.i of miKlerii equipment,   If you  are
coiileiiiplntlng a  trip to  ihe   East,!
write lhe undersighed for informal ion ; ^ .
xegioAlxig Mies Via the "scenic li f | ^HOCS
Iheworlil:     \V. (', McBride, (IcimiI'
Agent, M. .1. Hichc  Tr«veliii«  Pat .    , .
senger Agent, UM Third St., Port|j,tt(l,| mat»e lo  <)rller-
Otegun.
MINERAL ACT.
O.rtifl.iite  of   Iniprovomonts,
NOTIOB.
IIiiiui.ANii c   sK   (ii ;i no   Claim.
Sltunio In tlio Kottle Rlvor Mmlii,.Division of
Ynlo District.   Whero located : In iletxv
or Cric't Cun >, dbVttt   mo m:!e Njriii
Enstol'Bonverioll.
-pAKKXilI'li'i'; tlm 1. KorbosM. Korby,x»
I iikuiiI fur K.iyel.tu llnn-is. frr" minora cer-
lltli'iik'N'ri. iii,il|jliuii'ii.lshiy dnys   from Ilia
dlttoliorcnf lonpp'ii.tp  iliu Mjoint- llocordur
fur n Corllllcnle uf  liiipi'iiviiiu'tits,   for  Llio
purposo of niiuhiiiiK n (Ji'uwii Qranl of   thu
abovo claim.
.\n.I furilior luko notloo tliul aotion undor
sufitJoti 117tuiiHtbucpmiiioiiuoil boforo tb.- Issu-
innjcnf Hucb Cort.lflon.tB of hnprovcinunts.
Iiatoil thlH liith ilny uf Noyombor, lte
Kob.tm- KlIIIIIKS M. KI'lUMY.
A guilt.
Repairing    promptly attended to.
All work guaranteed.
j Only the best stock used.
j
*:A.  Maslonka.
$5 REWARD.
Siinycil from the riiiige n.'nr Mid-
wny, a yenrliiiK heifer; color t'"d "i''1
white spills; lirindi'il iloiihle circle on
h'fl hip mid hull of one cni- cnl, oil',
niiyone rptnrhiijg s|iine will receive
the ahove reward.
Wilder Ur is
Midway, II. ('.
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calved
Cows, Cows in Calf, Steers
and Heifers, Boar rigs, Sows
and Young Bigs, Sheep and
Poultry, Saddle and Back
Forties.   '\|i|>ly to
J. A. COULSON,
ix/i   miles  from   Midway,   or
Dispatch office. \
I
.MIDWAY 13 ON THE MAP TO STAY...
Ax.
It will h ths mist impirt-
ant Railway Centre in the
Litspjor af British Columbia.
It is in tho centre of a
rij',1 Mining, Stock-Raising,
Bundling, Gardening, Manufacturing, Coal Producing,
and Railway District.
Miilway property will
mike you rich. It is not
a speculation, it is an in-
ve3tm.nt.
I
Business,  residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
A. M.*.VOVI':NOKN, Sec,
:.l St John Street,
Montrenl, P. U,
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
1
Midway, the coming railway, commercial, wholesale 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
C. M. (IHOl'NK.
Agent for Ilritish Columbia,
.Midwuy, II. f.
I H-g-gri l_H
©he pspatclj
SATUHI1AY, JANUARY, 10,  lflttt.
Will Ignore Boundary   Line.
Witli the object of running
to earth u desperate gang of
freebooters operating on the International boundary, tlie Canadian Northwest Mounted Police and the Montana civil authorities have decided to ignore
the 49th parallel till tlie job is
done. The outfit is known as
the Johnson and Jones gang,
which makes its headquarters
on the Montana side of the
boundary, south of the Willow
Bunch tmd Wood Mountain territory in Alberta. Johnston
nnd Jones are outlaws, equally
handy with gun nnd rope, and
for a long time have terrorized
the district and plied their calling of cattle thieves on a .small
scale. With them are associated frequently other undesirable
characters. Early last summer
they held up the foreman of the
Crane Lake ranch, and in Oc-
tober last robbed a halfbreed
near Willow Springs, well within Canadian territory. For
Ihese doings the Mounted Police were keeping a sharp watch
upon the gang and so rendered
it very risky for them to operate on the Alberta side of the
line, ity way of reprisal, doubtless, a shot was fired at Constable La Chappele, orderly to
Inspector La Rocque, as he was
walking toward the Mounted
Police headquarters near Willow Bunch, The outlaws, thinking him dead, rode away and
left him lying in the road, Ho
was badly wounded. Reinforcements were at once sent
to the Wood Mountain detatoh-
nient, and as the infested district is on the boundary line, a
fact of which the outlaws made
shrewd use, an arrangement
has been come to whereby tlie
Canadian and United States authorities may operate on either
wide of the boundary while in
pursuit of  the gang.
m__-m__t____twm3t
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of   Improvements.
KfOTIOB.
Naimi.kiix Min'khm,Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
nt Yale District. Where located: In
Boaver Creek Camp, adjoining tne Idaho
Mineral claim.
TAKK   NOTIOK that 1, Korhori M. Kerby,
an iiifuiii fnr linniild Smith, hoc minora
oortiflnito N'o.  iiiKUis,  Duncan   Smith, true
miners ccrtillcnlo Nn. nftiiin; nnd Alexander
Smith, froo minor's certitlenlo No. nilinil. Intend, Kixty ilnys from    the dnte  hereof,   lo
apply lo Ilie Wining Ilccinleifdrn Ccillll'iilo
ol Improvement!! for tire pm pour of obtaining n
Crown Grant of the nbove claim.
Anil furthor Ink'j notioo tlmt tuition, under
Keetinn A', mum be commenced   before (ho
l8KUIinco of mieh Certificate of Imprnietiienln.
Il.iturl iliis Wili ilny of Novombor, A, D. 1802.
fob. 28 FOKIIKS M. KKItllY.
Agent,
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate  of   Improvements
ATOTIO-l.
Knoh Hill Minkkai. Claim,
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District Whoro locatod : About
Six miles north from Beaverdell on the
divldo between Beaver Crook and the
West Fork of Kettle  River,
TAKK NOTICK tlmt I, Kiirhro M. Kerby,
asngenl fnr Sidney 0. '..eoiu*, free minor's
oortlfleato No. iiMlltl, Intond, Rlxty dnyn frnm
Hie dnte horoof tn apply to the Mining Itecordor
fora oortlfloate of Improvomonta, for the pur-
pnieiif obtniliing a Crown (Irnnt, oftbealiove
clnim.
And furilior take notloo Unit lU'tinn, undor
■lection  li". mui.!  lie commenced before tnu
laauanco nf auoh cortlHoate nf Improvomonta,
Dated 'hi" mill dny of Novombor, 1002.
Fob. 28. KOIIHKSM. KKItllY.
Agent.
The Midway Sawmill
WM.   POWERS,  PROPRIETOR.
MANUFACTURER   OF
All kinds of BOUGH and DRESSED LUMBER,
LATH and SHINGLES, SASHES and DOORS.
Dand Sawing and Job Work done Ia order.
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvement h
wotiob
ItOHiK,   Minkhal Claims.
Situate In the Ko'.tle R'ver Mining Dlvlslonof
Yale  District.   Where  located :-Cnmp
MoKlnney,
T-AKK S'lTtOI! tll,lt I. Forliw   M. Kerby.
' na agonl for Alox.   M. Winston free min.
it's cerlltlwle  Nn. nluuiM. intend, aixty daya
frnm lho dale horoof, In upply In Hie Mining
teeonler fur a Cel'lillenle of Improvi'tnenlx,
tor tlio purport!) nf obmliilng a Crown (Irnnt.
f t lie nliove claim,
Anil further lnke nolleo thai action, uniler
looilflii It", uniat lio uomntoni'iiil before I tic
unwind! of .inch Cortiflcato of Improvementa,
Dated iIiIkMIi day of .1 line, 11)112.
Feb. 28, FOltllKS M, KKIIIIY
Agonl,
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason
is always given; where confidence i.s developed ; where Book-
KKKi'iNt; is taught exactly as books are being kept in business ;
where ShoUtIianI) Is scientific; where penmanship is at its
best; where merit i.s the standard : where the training in Civil. SiiityicK, Tklkguai'HY, English andCARiooNiNi; wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them howto be
successful. No argument i.s so eloquent as the record of
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no thief can
break through and steal the knowledge of I low to Do When
you know what a school c in do for you liy what it has done for
others is it better to trust to luck? Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Sedocd 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, etc,
A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The Hfcret of mii-iwsn in pk-ntinic, is, kiiiht   to secure good -itock,
BBCONJ)—to plant na muni aa pooaihle after it is dug.
Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after they are dug.
Price Hat, nnd full information promptly  given.
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I        To soil for the large Fonthill nurseries.   Appli
*•    cations should be tiled at once.   Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
19 WELLINGTON ST, K,  t* A ff    iir    11 • ^. ^.0 f, mm
Toronto,,ont.   Stone & Wellington.
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Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
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The undersigned having re-opened this well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST IJRANDS OF  LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Furnace-heated and com fori nMy fnrntihed room.
Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.

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