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 intl AUVAlNCt.
XIV, No. 11.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 14,  1901.
$2.00 per Year.
IcLBOD,
fcHKiHTER, Solicitor, Etc,
llUKKNWOOIl, D. C.
IICHOLSON,
—: Notary Public,
ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER.
I NIOKlNNEY, B.C.
lll.LF.TT. H.C. SHAW,
Hallett & Shaw
Iarristers, solicitors,
Notaries Public.
jAitdroHK:"IlAi.i.i'.TT."
Uodks : Bedford McNeill's, Moreing k
Nual's, Loibor's.
»N WOOD, B.C.
i. SUTHERLAND,
.  . .  MIDWAY.B.C.
|OTART  PUBLIC,
CUSTOMS  HKOKP.lt,
COMMISSION AUKNT.
J Customs sntrlss pssssd. Mineral Aet
knd Uni Aet papers drawn up. Affl-
levlts taken. Abstraets made.
Communleatlons by mall or telephone
ompily attended to.
DR. SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
feNDEM. Block, Greenwood.
Pheno 90, V. A N.
M. KERBY,
A. M. CM. Soc. C. E.
tovweiAL Land   Surveyor
AN-
CIVIL   ENGINCER.
it  AND OlIBtiXWOOU
B. RICKARDS & CO.,
I<ea' Estate
and
Insurance.
hFTIl  ITltKBT. MIDWAY. B.'
Closing Out
At Cost
For Cash
Dry Goods, Clothing
Gents' Furnishings
Heavy Mining Shoes
ING GO., LTD.
J. R. JACOBS, MANAGER.
IH
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GENERAL MINING NEWS.
Items from Surrounding Camps
that Show the Importance of
the Mining Industry.    .    .
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j Hotel Spokane,
)XXXCC Seventh st • Midway. XXCO*
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.
IERT SMITH,*
Tonsorial Artist,
Inr k first claw Share, Halt t*u>. fax Konni
in- Shampoo, i-nll nl lln* iiuovi) iwrlur.
Itfmors tinned nnd ifr-"' mi
hi-TII   -JTHKKT.
MIDWAY, n 0,
W. DALRYMPLE
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FAIKVtHW, B. C.
Klnil  ot   Repairing.    Horseshoelnii
A spi-cmll'*.
ROCK GREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK ROCK CItKEK
XX.   XPA*.Xit,aa.Aas,AitX*.   *»W.
KIKST-C.1.ASS    AmMMIlUATION    KOR   OlllWTS.
GOOD STABLING
Kxo-llert Fishing mi Kottlc Rlvor._*
JAS. H. BUSH,
[GENERAL BLACKSMITH
HORSE SHOEING
A SPECIALTY.
II kinds of work exeoutod to
tho satisfaction of oustomars.
CITY BAKERY,
Wm. St. Qutntin, Prop.
PLAIN ANI) KANCY
[bread, pastry, cakes, etc.
KvorythInK   Flnst-uliis-,.
I >_-*-ta. moasmrn*. a__d.-wc-.jr.
ARMSTR01 HOTEL
JI.  KliYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Bcsi. Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
FAIRVIEW - HOTEL
Commercial and Mining men should put
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
up
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
Qeo J. SKeekar*.       -       -       -     proprietor.
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- Midway Meat Market - j
K, A. MATTHES- Proprietor. {
At this establishment customers cin get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
.   ■ Rnti-licoi-iitoi* om the proTOifioa   ■   ■ J
Therefore Meats nre always fresh and sweet    Call .-mil get a good joint  j
for dinner to-day. &,
TELEPHONE 311- P. 0. BOX 35.      J
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Strike on the Bodie.
Ion-; crosscut   tunnel
flic long crosscut tllllliel oil till!
Ilnrlie, on Toroda creek, a few miles
Bouihof Midwuy, has lieen mn into
Uie ledge 12 fuel anil very favorable
unsays have lieen obtained from tin-
new wm-kiii);.
A sample of the ful', face assayed
$292 : ii fnrllier sampli of the ledge for
the 12 feet that, the tunnel iH in it gave
$2011, and a further sample gave $51.
These samples were merely rough
samplings and ire prohahly above tin*
iiienii average of the entire ledge «>
far as it his li-en displayed, Kven
allowing for the fact that ill'V may lie
favoi.ihle, however, ll result must be
considered excellent, aa it assures 12
feet, nf ore of a high shipping grade,
and, what is more important, proves
tbe existence of good values and a
large body at depth. The tunnel is
about 430 feet long and gives a depth
on the ledge of about 3U0 fi et. The
lowest working above this is only
about 40 feet, sn that nearly 300 feel
additional depth has heen gained. In
the upper workings the ledge was
about 10 feet wide. Only one wall has
lieen obtained in the lower tunnel.
The ledge is reported to he fnirly well
mineralized throughout the 12 feet
exposed.
Thereare 15 tons of ore sacked at the
mine ready forshipinentto I he smelter.
m
P R. MCELMON.
Practical Watch Maker,
COPPER  8T
GREENWOOD B.C.
Oood Tools, Plenty Materiel,
■nd 30 years esperlence to do
work correctly,   .  .   .
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WINTER'S APPROACl
Fall is with us and Winter with its cold and snow fast
approaching.   So take time by the forelock and be prepared.
We have imported the latest styles in Ladies' Jackets
and Wraps at prices to suit everybody, and if not suited in
sizes we will order from our samples direct from the manufactory at almost cost prices.
A large and selected stock of Fall and Winter Dress
Ooods has arrived, comprising suitings in Self Colors, Plaids,
and the latest in Checks, Blisters and Crepitus, beautiful patterns. Full assortment of Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Heavy Wool Underwear.
Now is the time to buy your Furs before the penetrating
cold of winter catches you.' We have Wombat and Cooney
Overcoats, Caps, Gloves and Mitts. We also are agents for
oirc of the largest manufacturers of Fur Goods in Canada, and
you can order your Fur Jackets, Cloaks, Caperines, Collars,
Muffs, Gloves, and ever) thing in the fur line through ti
be sure to get quality as ordered.
Full assortment of Men's Winter Underwear on hand,
Shoes, Groceries, Hardware and Miners' Supplies.
HAIN & CO., General Merchants
POSTOFFICE STORE, MIDWAY.
anu
From riyers Creek.
The latest reports frottl Myers creek
indicate considerable activity in the
mines. The Review has heen steadily
developed nnl the management is now
making arrangements for a numher of
teams to haul ore to Midway for ship
ment io the Pyriiir smelli-v at Boundary Falls us soon as it has heen hlo.vn
111. Tin* Yakima Company will also atari
tegular shipments shortly, and us this
it.-aril tis not reptvsruicd nl pro-nut.
hy any shipping mines ibis will do
iiiueh towards bringing it into prominence,
Tbe Poland China, upon whieh a
numher of bonds have lieen placed by
various companies, hns dually been
purchased outright, and ael ive work
will he commenced shortly.
On Biiikii'in mounlain the Monterey Gold Mining Company has heen
doing consideralile development.
The Interstate Mining and Development Company, of Columbus, Ohio,
owning the Delate, which adjoins the
Review, hap made a Hue showing.
Tliere is on it a well defined ledge fully
two f»*t wide, whirh runs over $8 in
gold and silver, and in addition carries 30 per cent of lead. Work is to he
resumed on the claim early in th*
spring.
Attention has lieen drawn to the
placer operations m Mary Ann creek,
and considerable work will probably
he roniinenced as soon us lhe weather
will allow.
 •	
Capacity Will be Doubled.
Arrangements for ilouhling the capacity ot the Granby su-Bler, which
treats (UIO tons of ore daily, are being I
completed, Tin- work of enlarging the J
huildings \yill be commenced on April
1, when a matte converter for converting matte Into metallic copper will nlso
Ih- Installed,
ICSprnggeii's sawmill hns cunt ran ed
to deliver 5,000.000 feet nf Imnher, and
part of the additional planl Ims heen
ordered from Chicago and Milwaukee
Hrms. An eastern Canadian boose
will supply most of the hardware to
be used in the construction,
The smelter begun operations with
one furnace on August lii, the .second
furnace nol siiirting up until October
IS, Up lo December 'tl the smelter
had treated a total of 03,000 Ions of ore,
principally from the Knoh Hill, Old
Ironsides and Victoria mines, owned
by the Miner-Graves syndicate, and
has produced a total nf 2,100 Ions of
50 percent matte,
 m	
Blown to Pieces.
A fatal accident occured al the Sun-
SPt on New Year's morning al 11
o'clock,when Albert Morrison, a miner,
was killed. It was brought out a: the
inquest that Morrison went to tin-
powder thau ing house to get a stick
of powder with which to shoot a hole,
An explosion occurred while he was in
the thawer, blowing him to pieces,
together with the huilding. There
was 25 pounds of powder in I he thawer
at. the time. The verdict, of the jury
was that Morrison's death was accidental, and that no blame was attached lo anyone for causing It.
Prom Other Districts.
Once more the BuUe district as n
gold producer lias come to lhe front.
The richest Streak of gold hearing ore
ever uncovered in Montana, six inches]
Wide, almost Sfilid go'd nod assaying
$100,000 to the tnn, was laid hare Insl
week. The ground i-iii litigation nnd
lhe matter will come up I'm review
hefore Judge Chancy. The claim lies
south of Rocker, across Silver Uow
ciei k, "here so much gold was taken
mil 110 vejirs ago hy the placer miners,
.V mun named Men/, located the land
-evernl years ago. Two months ago
he made a proposition to a man named
McDonald, lhat he would give him a
half interest in llie clnim upon condition that he would work it, McDon
aid agreed and went to work, sinking
a shaft 2tl feet, Alibis depth be ran
into the rich ore. He notified Mertz
and when lhe latter saw the rich discovery he flatly refused In give McDonald his half interest. McDonald
came tn town and tied it up by an injunction. Men iirined with shotguns
are guarding the locality against
jumpers.
Rat P()BTAOh.0iit„lan.3—Within the
last few weeks a few developments in
mining matters here have had a splendid effect on this district, It is now
believed by many far-sighted men
here that the depression which hns
prevailed here, in common wilh other
western towns, will soon he raised,
There is hardly any doubt that the
coming summer will witness the opening up nf several of the properties recently dosed down, simply from lack
of capital, and the development ol
several new properties.
Although it is not the policy of the
management, ot the Sultana to give
out any information concerning ils
wanking, il has heen learned on the
ln-jil authority that they have si,.-i':
not only the largest, but lhe richest
ore body yet met with iii the history
of lhc mine. Since lhe new company
look bold of the property, they have
devoted their attention almosl wholly
lo development, and the result is, to
say the least, ore enough to last for
years.
The Scotch syndicale, which is developing the Moore-Black property, on
the Manitoba loiindary, have struck
some very rich quartz, They have
sunk a number of test pits along th-
lead and have got good results in each.
They expect to have a mill run ready
shortly.
There is quite a hooin in mining
north of Ignnce, A stamp mill is
being erect eil nn one pioperty by 8i,
Catharines people.
C. P. R. VS aking Up.
One of the most important developments in the railway line I" dale occurred last week, when the C, P, li.
sent a survey party out from Nelson
to start surveying a line from Mission
down through the Similkameen country to the Boundary, This route will
take in all Ihe important camps and
i places io be tapped by any of lbe
other   proposed   lilies   and   from  the
aclion of the hig corporation in send
ing oul a piutv iu the dead of whiter
it certainly looks ns though they were
lerrillcally in earnest, or else were
preparing for a "star" play In tbe Pro
vincial house when ihe question of
grunting the nther companies' applications comes up I'm-consideration.
The sending out of this parly has
heen kepi very ipiiel and it was only
by nccideiii that the Gazette is able to
make ihe announcement Of their setting forth. A railway official "p-!
proached in to Ihis mutter professed
entire ignorance hut our information
was gleaned from a source which admits of no doubt ns to its authenticity,
.lust what the "nigger in Ihe woodpile" is, it is hard to say, but there is
usually something lu the wind when
the great Canadian octopus makes a
break like lis Inst one.
Undoubtedly one of the moving
factors iti the ('. 1','s sudden energy  is
the annoying activity of Ihe Victoria,
Vancouver A- Eastern people, which is
afler a line tlirough the same territory
as that to he covered hy thl survey
now being iiiaiie. Tins railway proposition is very freely said to he
bucked hy the (Ireat Northern and Ilie
great contracting llrm of Mackenzie k
Mann, who are bucking Ihe C. P. R.
forull Ihey are worth and who will
put up a hot llghl  Insecure the piivi-
Distribution   of    Samples  of Seed
drain and Potatoes.
To the Editor of Tun Advance :
I hiring the pasl twelve years samples
of I hose varieties of grain, ke., which
bave succeeded hest on Ihe several
Experimental Farms have been dis-
lriliutiil mi application In '.'.Ih. bags,
free through the mail, to farmers in
nil pans of ihe Dominion,  The object
in view In ibis distribution has been to
add to the productiveness and Improve
the quality of these important agricultural products throughout the
coimirv, by placing within reach of
every fanner, pure seed of the most,
vigorous nnd productive sorts, This
wmk Ims met with much appreciation,
and a large measure of Buccess,
Under Instruction of the Hun, Minister nf Agriculture another distribution
will he made tin* season, Owing to
lhe very large nnn-her of applications
annually received, ii is nol practicable
in send more thitn one sample to each
applicant,—hence if an Individual receives a .sample of oats, he rannol also
receive one of wheal, bailey or potatoes, and applications for inure than
one simple foi one household cannot
be entertained, These samples will ho
sent only lo those who apply personally, lisis of names from societies or
individuals cannot be considered. The
distribution will consist a.i heretofore
of samples of oats, spring wheat, held
pease, Indian corn and potatoes.
Applications should li addressed to
the Director of Experimental. Farms,
Ottawa, and mny he sent, any time before the 1st of March, 1001, after which
date the lists will he closed, so that
the samples asked for may all be * nt
out in good time for sowing. Parties
writing will please mention the *ort
of sample ihey would prefer, naming-
two or thiee different varlel lea "1 their
choice. Should the available stock of
ill the varieties named be exhausted,
some other good sort will hu senl instead.
The samples of grain will he sent
early hut potatoes cannot he distributed until danger of injury in transit by
frost is over. No provision has been
in uie for any general distribution of
any other seeds than those named,
Letters may be senl tothe Experimental Farm free of postage.
Wm. Baondkbs,
Diit-c'ij. Experimental Fi cms.
Ottawa, December 27th, 1800.
The Testing of the Vitality Of Seed at
the Ottawa Experimental l-irm.
To the Editor of Tiik Advance i
The past season has in certain localities been unfavorable for the perfect
maturing of grain. In some districts
ii has been injured by rain during harvest or from being stacked hefore fully
dry, thus causing il to sprout or beat,
while iu oilier localities n Ins suffered
mote or less from early autumn frost,
When exposed to either of these conditions cereals an- apt to lose a portion
of iheir vitality or t" have it so weakened as to produce when sown an unsatisfactory growth. The characterof
the crop is greatly inllu led by the
quality Of the seed ll-i il. and  htaill
the hest results ii should have iis germinating power unimpaired, so that
when placed in the soil the young
plants may make a prompt and vigor*
nun start. Hence it is very important
ihat fni mors should ascerl iln whether
ihe grain they are holding for seed
i ii i-si sses the vitality necessary to pro-
ilme ji good crop.
Il\ insl roc inn ol the 11 """ thli Min*
Istei of Agriculture, provision has I n
m n|e whereby the vitality ul seed can
he ascertained wlthoul cosl to the individual, and any farmer in the Doni*
iiiinn. who may have any varieties
which he desires to have tested, can
get the information he seeks hy forwarding to the director of the 1. tp t-i*
mental Farms, Ottawa, samples ol
such grain or seeds. Samples may h"
senl free ihrough the lu ill and jiii
ounce or two Is sufficient for Ihe pur«
, Ahoul two week* are required
] Incomplete a test, ll Is hoped that all
who desire to avail themselves of the
provision offered will semi in their
samples early so that thewn k may he
completed in good season
Wm, SAtJSDKns,
Director Experimental Fauns.
Ottawa, December 98th, 1000,
—-_> e .	
Strike on the Brooklyn.
An important strike has been in ida
on the 260-foot level of the Brooklyn,
The ledge which lmd faulted was re-
di-i-oveied nml the faces of the north
and south drifts are in ore. bul its
width, whiib Is00 feet ill the loO-fnot
level, bus not yet I n d 'terinlned    A
lirge body of ore had   been stiu.k
the 200-foot level pf 11
and   Ji   20 drill   cnnipi
ordered,    Th
mi
e Hloniwiiid'T,
ssor   has been
number of men  em-
ed willbedoiibleil shortly.   Tliere
leges they are asking. -Grand Forks | ployc
Gazette. I BW l>0W On men on I he pay i oil. t:. U.CR0U8K HJ.1M0XH
Published   weekly   at  Mlilwny,  11. 0.
Babeorlption Prion, 18.00per uinum. payable
In advance, either yearly or ball-yearly at tbe
option of llu- siitisi-ribcr.
Advertising Hates sent on npiilicallon.
it j      I.'    .   i      . ■ »
MONDAY. JANl'AKY 11. Ittll.
A Very creditable effort is ihe 20th
oenlury number of the Similkameen
Stir, published ai Princeton. In an
article headed ,'JA History of Princeton's Past ahd Present, Wil ha Glimpse
nf the Future." It deals exlensivel-
wilh the history of tlie Siniilkameen
districl, and draws attention to the
grenl mineral wealth nf lhe country.
Altogether manager Anderson may
feel satisfied with the work wliieh
would bra eredil ton more pretentious
town than Princeton!
J
Elsewhere in Ihis issue we publish a
letter, whioh appeared iu the Bolster
Drill, regarding a wagon roan from
Bolster by way of Myers creek valley
to Midway.    While  then-  are   some;
pie iis mentioned with which all our
readers may not. agree the main 'Tilths
must lie admitted hy all who art-
familiar with the resources and requirement of both lowns. The wriler
seis forth the feasibility of the plan
and draws attention to the comparatively small outlay necessary to construct the road, and the benefits which
would he derived. His main argument is that now seveial mines trom
that country are prepared to ship ore
to the Koundaiy Fulls smeller, and
this, ot course, will have lhe effect of
making all kinds .if business increase
in activity. As far as Ihe Holster end
of tbe mad is ctinct rued we can safely
leave ii to lbe citizens of that town to
lo"k out for their share of the work.
Hul lo those of our citizens who may
bave any influence in the mai ter, we
would say, put your shoulders to the
wheel and start the good work going.
M i-.va. his always given special prominence lo lis situation as a distributing centre, from which all of the
neighboring communities could most
advantageously ship supplies, and it
now devolves upon us to show thai
this claim is more than mere lalk, and
to show tlmt we appreciate these opportunities which other towns would
regjiiil  ss positive booms.
Canadian Failures.
(Krnm Dun's Review, Jan. a, 1901.1
Canadian failures during the year
11KKI were 1,865 in number and $11,0111,-
21IS in amount of liabilities, slightly ex
reeding (he two preceding years, blil
comparing umst favorably with the
four years prior to 1888, Hanking defaults weie smaller in amount lhan in
1890, hul double in numher. Las'
year's ceroid was unusually satisfactory al mosl points, and the general
condition of business was prosperous ;
tlie principal cause of incieased hahili
ties being Incited .it Montreal, where
a trader In produce failed for $860,000,
and n butler maker fur $200,000, This
difficulty nlso involved a warehouse lo
the exii-nt of $8511,00(1, and some financial com ems, making ilie loss outside
pf manufacturing and trading much
linger lhan customary. A capitalist
at Vancouver also suspended, with an
indebtedness of .*?277.iKK). These few
extreme cases swellthe total and make
the table appear,worse than  the noi
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About 20 ions ot rich ore are nn the
dump of the Hlue Bell, and the shaft is
down iiii fen or more. Indications are
extremely favortiule;
About SO men are now employed on
ihe Doniinion Copper company's properties, in charge of J. I.. Parker, and
work is being pushed witli all possible
energy.
A raise has been started in tlie smiih
drift of I he 250-foot level of the Brooklyn to the 150-foot level, and ihence to
the surface, about 70 feet. When
completed the raise will be used as iiii
air shaft and also as an ore chute.
Messrs, Norris and Beckwilh are
working on their claim, lhe I.ygia,
which adjoins the Biuce. This is a
very pi utilising property, and lhe
owners confidently expect to strike
plenty of good ore in the shaft they
are sinking,
A rich strike of ore was made u few
<lnys ago in the norih drift of the 230-
foot level, of the Brooklyn in a place
wliere heretofore no ore had lieen encountered. Ilich nre is also being
found in the Stemwinder. The resul's
of the work thus far aie very pleAsmg
to lhe local officials.
lu addition to the three-drill com
pressor plant purchased for Ihe No. 7
mine, Central cimp, the management
has ordered from the James Cooper
Manufacturing Company a double
cylinder, 8x10, hoisiing engine rated
at 90-horse power, a 10 horse power
boiler, wire cable, skips, ore cars and
nil necessary sundries for such an out-
lit.
On Thursday next the annual meeting of the Boundary Creek Mining &
Milling Co., Limited, will he held in
Greenwood, A special general meeting of shareholders will he beld the
same day to consider a proposition for
the -ale of the company's mining properties, 14 in all, situated in Providence
camp, to Ihe London & Canada .Syndicate, of London, England.
Patrick Welch, the wealthy railway
com rat-tor, who is interested in the
adjoining claim, the Mountain View,
was in the Boundary last, week froni
Mosicr, Oregon, where he has a railway contract, He was so favorably
impressed with the Blue Bell lhat hint once bought 50,000 shares. The
property, in connection with thej. 8..
is under bond for «67.000to the lake
Shore & B. C. Copper Mining k Development company, recently organized
by Mr. Dnisey in Chicago.
Manager John Dorsey of the Blue
Bell, Summit camp, Inst week took
511) pounds of ore from lhe rich strike
thai was made a few weeks ago ou
that properly to the Granby smelter
at Grand Foi ks, and was so well pleased
wilh the returns that he bas deeided
to equip the property with machinery
for more expeditious development.
Mr. Dorsey is now in Chicago, where
ihe large shareholders live, but expects
to return in iwo or lhiee weeks with
all arrangements perfected for working the properly on a huge scale.
Five weeks ago W. A. Stone, repre*
sen ting the Diamond Drill Co., of Spo
kaue, (hushed a contract for diamond
di illing for the Miner-Gravessyndicate
in this camp, on which he had heen
employed since August. The chief
work was done on the Old Ironsides,
Victoria and Banner claims. During
that time he had driven his drill some
mai defaults .varrant.   In many ways 2,700 feet tn ihe different properties,
the year 1000 was. especially free from'
misfortune, and considei ing the Bevere
loss to wheat, groweis  in  Manitoba,
that province makes a splendid exhibit,
Provinces.
Commercial.
Xo.      l.iah.
lialiki' .j.
o.     dab.
Onlnrio	
.  ii';
mMM
Quebec
ISO
il.JJJVi.nn
Hiili.-llC-'aniliiali;,
078,308
Nova ScuMn .
..   Kl
in.itt.
Mnnttob
..   R9
5H,«fi
N- tv Hnui-.vit'lc   48
840.0O7
P. K. Island .
..     8
87,836
Total 1000
!,:<jV.
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"     1888..
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0.8?l J.'JI
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Otter ior Kingston.
I'hi-been ns good iis settled thai
tm. Oiier la to be appointed commandant of King-ton .Milimry College
in place of Col. Kit-on. Ool, Otter is
the choice of the Canadian Government.
Sheldon's New Book.
A new hook by (_ liarlea M. Sheldon,
ihe famous authi r of "In His Steps,"
never falls to excite the interest of
i hunsands of readers, "Born to Serve"
is the title of lhe latest hook by Mr.
Sheldon, and lbe advanced sheets Indl
i ate a very strong book indeed, nne of
thrilling Interest to the thought fol
r nb'i, one in which with a master's
hand many of the cankers pf social life,
of domestic unhnppiness, of the liroad
er woman problem, of social reform at
ihe vita is of society—are laid bare, with
cultured delicacy, lint none the less
wlih graphic, unflinching truth. The
Canadian rights have been secured by
The Pools Publishing Conipany, Tor-
onto, in j. he story will not appear
in hook form for soma time the pule
li-hers will run it as a serial in The
Presbyterian Review, beginning wiih
the i-su ' of ihoSrd insl., thus enabling
the readers i.f ilml paper to hnve thi-
ll   -s     li ' l   sl i' ,;     i'  '. . . a :\ .,1 e
wiili result*) that ure believed lo have
heen highly satisfactory to the man
agement, although no official figures
are given out. Since December Mr.
Stone has been fulfilling a similar contract al the Highland mine neai Aius-
worth, on Kootenay hike, where lie
drilled jVKI feet, having just completed
this piece of work. Last Tuesday Mr.
Stone arrived hack in Phoenix, and
began drilling at the Snowshoe, where
he expects IO tlo aboui 1,000 feel of
On this property holes will
he hoicd hoih in the shafl and in lhe
railway tunnel, which latter is now in
over 500 feet. The great advantage of
diamond drill prospecting is thai tin
cor s can be assayed, showing the
character of ibe rook that is being
penetrated, and indicating the location
of lhe best ore bodies. As diamond
drilling cost* but $2.50 to $300 pi
fool, according to contract, it is a com
paratively inexpensive way of locating
pay ore. It i- evidemly growing more
popular with mining men each year,
as ii saves much useless development
when propei ly dono.—Phoenix Pioneer.
Midway Mall Service.
Mails close for nil points east at lit)
p. m. daily, and for ull points wesl at
8 p. ui., Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays,
Mails arrive from all points east nl
4:10p, in. daily, aud from all points
wesl ni.2 p. in., Wednesdays, Fridays
and Sundays.
Money orders and Registration close
IKI minutes before ahove lime.
 — ♦ »«—	
Applications  for Certificates of
Improvements.
Notlcis advertised in this week's
Advance are those of :—
White Knight, Kruger Mountain,
Peacock and Headlight, Kruger
Mountain,
Big Bug, Camp McKinney.
Su-ic, Fairview.
Dominion, Camp FAirview.
Horsefly, Camp McKinney.
St. John, Beaverton.
Idaho  nnd     Washington,    Beaver
t'ri ek camp.
- Occidental, Camp Fairvlew.
Omul nnd It. A. fFra-llon«!), ('"mi
NOTIOK Is horcliy given Hint applies! nil
will be imule in the Legislative Assembly
of ibt- Province ol British Columbia at the uoxl
session for an iu-i to Incorporate a Compsnj
with power, to construe!, equip, maintain, ami
oiiornio a single or double line of railway ot
standard or narrow gunge for tlm purpose of
convoying passengers anil freight, from " IJ'.""1
on llnrraril Inlet at or near (Be t'ily of Vancouver Ihenre via IbeClly of New \\ e«iinni*l
er in an enstcrlr ilireelinn along lho Kualli
Side of lhc valley uf the Kni-iT Itiver to - 0
imilil on lho said Kraser llivor lieltveen Ilie
unction of the Oliilllwaek Itiver with the said
•'ruscr and 'be town nf Yalo.lhence ill an east
erly dileetiun nlongllie valleys of Ilie I'liilli-
week, I'oquelialla. Tiiliuin-i-n, nndSlmilkniiii-en
Itivers or some of tbeinor the tributaries thereof or some of them bytho most feasible route
loa point belweon Peiitieion and iho International llnuiidnry nn the watercourse oon-
necllng Okanogan and Osoyoos Lakes, thonoe
hv the most feasible route to a poinl oil the
Kottlo Itiver at or near Hock ('reck thence by
tho mtHl fonsiblo mute t.i a polm nl or nenr
Midway, Ihence hv Ilie mosl feasible nuiiiiln
a poinl al or near the Oity of Orand Forks:
wilh power to construct, equip, maintain .unl
operate, from any isiiiit on (lie said railway,
branches and oxtelislous of the same nf not
more ihun an miles in length, and roads, bridges,
ways, ferries, wharves, aooks, anil cunl bunkers, with potvor to build, own, equip,opernle
and maintain steam and other vessels anil
hints, telegraphs, lelcpliolivs, nnd tramways,
aerlitl or otherwise, nml to carry on a general
express husiness either a* separate underlnk-
inl* ur ineonnecllon wilh the said niilwii) nml
the said branches and extensions: with power
to generate eleelrlcily for tho supply of light,
beat and power and dispose of and deal with
lhc lament a prolit in any of the districts or
hirnlllies Ihrough whicli llm said railway,
branch— and extensions psss i with powor to
exuropj'iate Inmls, for any of ihe purposes of
tho Company ami to acquire lands, bonuses,
privileges, or olher aids from any governiuenl.
nnuiieipnllty or other pei'.-oiisor bodies oorpor-
ate ; wilh power lo construct, equip, acquire.
lease, niainlain. and operate smelters, red	
lion. reliniiiK. i -ent rai Ing. or other works tor
hand ling and treat lili-nl "(ores ; with power lo
a.jquire iimi operate coal lauds and dispose of
Uie proceed! thereof. With power to acquire,
constrnel ami operate hotels I witb power to
make traffic or olher arrangements or amalgamate nr connect with any railway, stcamhimi.
nr other companv, or leaso, purchase or otherwise acquire the wwu of any sueh Company:
and with powor In build wagon roads lo be
iwed in Ihe construction of said railway and
its extension and brunches and In advance nf
the same and to levy nnd colleot tolls from all
parties using and all freight passing over any
such roads, or any sin-h aforesaid docks,
wharros, ral'w-avH, ferries, or vessels owned in
operated hy thc Cuinpuny whether buill liefore or niter the pa_ngo uf the Act hereby
applied fur and wilt: all ol her usual, neee—ary
nr incidental rights, powers or privileges as
may be necessary or ineidenlnl or eondueive
to the attainment of the abovo ob'eota or of
any of them.
HUN'TKK J: OLIVER,
81 Solicitors for Applicant.
NOTICE OF  PRIVATE  BILL.
NOTICE Sk hereby given thnt application will
be mudi! to thc Legislative Assembly uf
tbo Province of BrltlBb Columbia, at it*; next
BOMttott, for a Private Hill to incorporate u
company to build, equip, maintain anil operati*
a line or line- uf railway of -.tmihard i-jiMife with
any kind of motive power from a point at or
near tbe town of Midway to a point at nr near
tbe mouth of Itock (.'reek, thence in a northeasterly direction to the West Fork uf Kottk'
Hiver, thenee following the West Fork of said
river to its head, thenee by thetnwt convenient
route via Okanagan MfaMion Valley to Vernon,
witb power to construct, operate and maintain
branch lines to anv point within twenty miles
of tbe niiiin line or railway, ami with power to
construct, operate and maintain all nooeaar)
bridge-**, maa*., ways and ferries, and to construct, acquire, own and maintain wharrei
and dorks in LMiinct ion therewith and to construct, own, acquire, equip aid maintainaream
and other vessels and boob ami operate the
saiueonanyiuivigalik'waters, and to cons: rui-t,
operate anu maintain telegraph and telephone
lines along the route* of said railway and ils
branches or in, connection therewith* mid to
transmit inessarfeH for commereial purposes, to
generate electricity and supply Hglit, lnai and
power, and to rrcct, eointruet, (juild aud maintain tne neceiwarv buildings and works, aud
with power lo talte water from the falls on
Spallumchnen or Shuswap Uiver near Lumby
anil on lbe West Ft irk of Ketlle Rinfl n -ar
Bull creek, to generate any kind of power for
thc purposes aforesaid or in connection therewith for reward, and to acquire and receive
from any government, corporation or persons
gran's of land, money, bonurae, privilege!? or
olher assistance in aid of the const rift Ion of
tho company's undertaking, and to connect
with and enter into traffic or other arrangements with railway, steamboat or olher companies ; aud for all rights, powers and privileges neca-ssary in or incidental to the premises
and for other purposes.
Da tel at Vancouver, 11. C, this .2nd day of
December, 1SIU0.
WILSON & SHNKLKR,
Solicitors for the Applicants.
NOTICE.
N
OTIfK Ij herebv (riven Ihnt "Tlm r-nlmnMn
.   nnd Western Itnilway Company."  will
npply to thc Lcgtslntlrc Aswnihlv of the Province nf Hritish ('olumbbi. m it-* next stsslon for
an act to amend soot Ion sixteen of the "Columbia nnd Written, Kiitl-viiv oonipjinv Aot, MOT
'Statutes of Hritish Columbia,   IKM, chap. Sll
ay extending the tinit- nielitloncd in tlm said
section for tlm completion nf the lilt ban I sixth
sections of the railway nulhori/.eil to bc buill
by saltl Act.
Dated at Victoria B. C, December mill.,1900.
ItOBKItTSON & HOBEUTSON,
81 Solicitors for applicants,
 : iii-.rNiiM.
NAOEN-.FLOOD   BLOCK   ■   OREENWOOD
CANADIAN PACIFIC
and Soo Line
•SHU continue loopcrato
First-Class Sleepers
On all I rains from
Revelstoke & Kootenay Landing:
Also Tourist Cars pausing Dunmore Ju	
Hon daily for St. Paul: Snliirilnys for Mon
treal and Boston ; Mondays and Thursdays fnr
Toronto. Sumo cars puss llevclstuke nne day
earlier. ^^
No trouble to quote rates nml (,'lvo you a
pointer regarding ihe Eastern trip you eon
leniplcto taking.
Fall and Winter Schedule now
effective.
Kor time table*., rales and full Information
call on or address A. P. McCI.'MA, Agent,
Mlilwny, or
K. J. COYLE,
A. O. P. A..
Vancouver, 11. ('.
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and
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For th3t Cough of yvurs,
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Satisfaction Ouaranteed.
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The Riverside Hotel,
I.s situnti'd nt Rock Ore»V, K.C, on   tin* main rout*- nf   travel
lictHci'ii Pent ici mi -mil nil Boundary Oreek poluti,  Stoppinx
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NOTARY PUBLIO.
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Tiik London and Lancahiiirk Fikk
Inbuuanck (.'oy.
The Insuranck Coy. ok North
America.
I'hk London and Canadian Fire
Inruranck Coy.
The Sits Like Assurance (Joy or
Canada.
The Dominion Bcildinh and Loan
Association.
Appraiser por the Canada Permanent Loan and Savinos ftaT
$10 REWARD.
THK .ibovc reward will bo eiven tn nny per
son ifivliiK inroriiintlor. lhat will Icait U,
lhc recovery of a flca-lililin «ray mare, not
branded. swelliiiK "» t'Kln hind leg in felloe*
joint, wbtrh fclraycil or was molcn from A. K.
HorrldKe'H raiiise, near Midway, on or about
' "Vtf" ' A. B. HOItltlllOK. Midway, B. C.
SO YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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qntekly uncertain our opinion free wliriher sn
Invention Is probably patentable. Commnnles.
tlonlttrl-tlyconfldenusl. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest ssency for seeurln-r pstsnts.
Pstenu taken tbronsh Munn A Co. receive
tptdal noUcs, wil hout cbarse, In ths
Scientific American.
A btndinmelr llliutrM-4 weekly. I.«went circulation of mnj MtentlBo lourtmt. Termi, 93 a
j«ri_four monthi, |L Bold bjr til newtdeaiera.
Snot, it Htm Wuhlngton, D. C.
mm' send "@ii
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To Let.
Tlifi Litncnsllire Hntise, Midway,
Thin is 11 popular hutel, and is 11 .-nod
opening for a lli-st class hotel man.
Thi* furniture can liepiinlmsi-il reason*
alily. Possession Riven December 1st.
For terms, etc., apply to
Thk Midway Company, Ltd.,
Uili-ty, il c.
NOTICE.
NOTICK Ih horohy ((iven (hut application
will bis nuulo to tlm U-Klfllutivc AJjerably
of I-ho Provlnco of llritisli Oil>i..rjin<iLiut next
in-nnion for a Private Kill to incorporate a (_m-
pan? tn linlltl, n|«ip, nmintaln and operate a
llno'or Hneft of railwav of Kiantlurd tftiutfe from
n point ut orneav 1 liejmict Ion nfl he Coin Water
and Nicola Uiver*, thence following Lhc Culil
Water river up Rtream almut 2_ mile**, thence
running easterly through a imt ural j taw from
the t'nldwater Itiver tothe divide to the West
Kork of lhe Otter Uiver. thence down the
West Korkuf lbe Otter Itiver to th« main rivcr,
thonce tollowiiig the Otter Uiver to injunction with the Tullniiieen Itiver to Otter Flat,
thence following the TuUainecn Uiver down
itream to in junction with thcSirnilknineen
l;lvcr al or near Princeton, or Man alternative
route from the said Junction of the Cold Witter
and Nicola itivers following the vnlley of the
NiCOlQ Uiver to Nicolti Uke. thence along the
Hnutb shore of the stihl Nicola bike hi Quih
clieii.i Creek, ihencj following tlm valley of
yullcheim Creek to the divide of One Mile or
uraver&rd Creek, thence down the valley of
One Mile or Graveyard Creek to Princeton al
j thejunetionof theTaU&mwnnnd Minilkninecn
itivers tiforesaid, thence from Princeton foi«
I lowing down the valloy of tbomid Similkameen
Itiver tna point West of Oioyo ih i-ake, thenee
in an Kaatorly direction to the 0-*oyoon Itiver,
! crrmsing the Hai'l river ahove Osoyoos Ijike or
at other 0011 ventent points- thenee in an Ra%(«
erly direction to the divide of Itock Creek.
thence down one of the Irilmtariesnf the l.rt-
I tie Uiver tot he villeynf the Kettle ltlver,t hence
following tite Kettle Uiver down stream to the
I Town of Midway, thenee frnm tin; said Town
j of Midway along thc valley of the Houndnry
I Creek to the city of Greenwood, nml frnm the
i said City of Oreonwood in a Southeasterly direction tothe City of (irand Korks; with power
to r<mstriict, operate nnd maintain branch
lines to Aspci Grove Camp, to thc Tullnmei i,
Kiver Camps, and to Copper and Kennedy
Mountain* and other points, and wilh power to
eonsiruet, operate and maintain aU necemry
hridges, rond*, ways and ferries, anil to construct, acquire, own a_d miiiutniii wharves and
dock* in connect! in therewith, and to construct, own, acquire, equip and maintain steam
and other vessel* and heats nml operate the
name on any navigable waters, and to con-
"ITuat- operate anu maintain telegraph and
telephone line- along the routes nf said railway
and ila htanchus or in connect inn therewith,
and tn traiiRinit rnessigcs for coinmerclal pur*
poxes and to collect lolls thereto.*, nnd to generate electricity and supply light, heal and
powor, and to acquire ami receive from nnv
Government corporation nr persons grants of
land, money, bonuses, privileges or other an-
sisiaiiccin aid of the construction of the Com*
pany'* undertaking, and to connect With nnd
enter into traffic or other arrangement* with
railway, steamboat or hlhcr OOtnpAhlos, and
for all righn, powrs and privileges nooowary
in or Incidental to tlie premises and for olher
purposes.
Mated at Vancouver, B.C., thl* 10th day of
November. IfHiu.
WILSON ft SKNKKKIt.
man mmmmtt %% mmmm -^ n
R. MEYERHOFFS
*8'5TllGE'fe
Carrying Her flajesty's Hails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. 111., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5p.m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. 111..
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m.faftd making con
nection with the train going east at 2 o'clock.
The bett of accommodation for
the convenience  of the
travelling public.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
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Lancashire House,
MIDWAY, B.C.
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The  undersigned having   taken
known   and   comfortable    hotel   invites
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF  LIQUORS & CIGAR.
Fiiriiiict-liinti-il und comfortably
furnished   rooniH.
FIRST CLASS MEALS   WELL SERVED.
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor.
The Boundary
m.fi ID WAY, B.C..
.
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Large Sample Room ftp Commereial lift
THOS. McAULEY,
Propnetcl
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tmomke . ANU UISIKI.I.      *
111999^99999
T. Smith, of Greenwood, is in
••day.
•t forget the dance at  Terry's
Bninrrow (Tuesday) nigh1.
18.   Keith,  of Oreenwood, was
[ yeslerday's visitin-s to Midway.
|if*w Laidlaw, ninnnger of the
mil Cupper Company, was in
teste rday.
Vewlands, of Grand Forks, pump
Friday's train, He lefl Saturday
imp McKinney.
, Dinsmnre, mad superintendent,
leadiiuarters at Grand Forks, wns
(Iway one day last week.
Keough, of Colville, Wash., at
le owner of ihe  B.  0,  mine,
tnit camp, is spending a few days
tn.
aid 0. McKay, of Westbridge,
een appointed deputy mining
er for the upper Kettle Itiver
ft, during the absence of J, 8,
ion,
; Mabel   Boone,   who   has  been
ling the past few months  with
Msiei. Mis. H, L Sawyer, of Pilot
■fcr, Im in il to her home in Midway
jgV-diiy'-i
irnit twenty Hve hnises emne in
eek from   the   Palouse country
I. A. iMuiison, who haa the con tract
lhe hauling  of 2,(1110  tons  of  ore
i the Carmi mine to Mid nay.
he. baud gratefully acknowledge!
■receipt nf $11.01), being lhe amount
ver from the Xmas iree enter*
luieiil, and which waa donated by
|Imli'-s having lhe atfair in hand,
'rank Carey and Miss Lizzie John.
, lsith of Rock Creek, were married
tie- si ti inst. at the Riverside hotel,
H. P, Murray, B. A., of Midway,
Muting. Thk Advance joins in
Kiting i hem a long life,of continued
hpiin ss.
[he pnsilion of travelling p isscnger
nt of Ihe C. P. R. in Kootenay anil
|li>, icintered vacant by the resign*-
of   W.  F. Anderson, has heen
il by the appointment of I. S. t ir-
of Winnipeg, whose headquarters
• now al Nelson.
)n Thursday evening of last week
-. VV, H. Anderson  was Induced «s
or of the Presbyieiian church, at
enwood,   The  services weie held
I the new church,  and   there  was n
|1H-nt'i ndance of lhe congregation
ministers present were  R«v,   Dr.
light of Portage la Piiirie, Rev. \V.
Hae of Columbia, Rev. .1. A.   Miller
Phoenix, and Rev. It. P. Murray of
iilway.   Dr. Wright   addressed tin-
(miL'r.'gj.tion and Rev. .1. A. Miller the
i iiiu-r.   After the sei-vic-s were cmi
hulled a lunch Was served by lhe ladies
|f the congregation, and an hour spent
< i.illy. Tlie new paslnnif the church
j li-en in Greenwood only a couple
bf mouths, but iulliat time has become
Viry   |Hipular wilh  his congregation
and the general public.   The emigre-
'utioiihas  for  the past three years
[In-, n lalioring under difficulties, owing
i the pulpit being supplied by stud-
lent s, who remained but a short time
land iben  returned Io college to coin*
I plei- iln-ir emu se.   Under this sysiem.
I before the people became acquainted
with lhe minister, a change was made,
' and many of the members lost interest
iu church work.
.Something over a year ego the Lon-
. ilmi uml Biltish Columbia (ioldtields,
iLnl,. one of the most successful Kng-
j lish companies operating in this prov-
lince, took an option on the water
power and right at Cascade, owned by
|he Cascade Water, Power and Light
.Ltd. Outhe 10th of last Novein
er there was registered in London
lm Kettle River Power to., L'd., with
capital nf £20O,fUK> in one pound
•hares, for the purpose of acquiring all
Jor purl of the properly, rights, share,
block and securities of the Cascade
|Wntcr, Power and Light0o,, Ltd.,
and in adopt an agreement niade by
Hi- I, indou and B. C. GoldHelds, Ltd.
|A huge amount of work has already
heen done toward harnessing the power of lhe Kettle river at Cascade, there
having heen spent already probably
JMwi en I0),m) and $1U0,(KKI, including ihe It5() foot dam, rock flume, culling out right of way to Phoenix, etc.
It would now appear that the valuable
pioperty has passd Into hands that
vill lose no time in completing the
Work so well begun. It will be a gond
liiiii", for Cascade and the lloiindaiy
lli general.
Kettle River District.
Following are Ihe receipts al the re-
jmder's office for 1000:
free miners' certificates $7,081 00
lining receipts  8,007 40
fi-jide licenses     035 00
-venue lax      28 00
ulice court fines     140 00
Parriage licenses      105 00
■ills of sale, etc     118 75
i Total $'„>,«» 14
nee miners' certificates 1,200
|pecial cerliHcates  8-1,288
ocatlons  8M
locutions, placer  27— 881
|ert iflcates of work  1,208
ertiflcat-*80fimprovements 08
lonveyances   440
Ibindonini'iils  20
'tersnf iidministration.. 2
rci- jjf.lllts  0
Deadwood cainp. suffered severe injuries lo his face hy a powder blast last
week, and was removed to the Uieen
wood hospital. On Monday he left for
Spokane for treatment hy an eye
specialist. It is feared he will lose
Ins right eye. The accident happened, as near as can he ascertained,
by his candle being put out from thc
spitting of the fuse, which he had
lighted in the bottom of the shafl. He
ascended to the drift, lighted his candle,
and was bending down into the shaft
to haul up a ladder when the blast
went off and he received the full effecl
in his face.
 re.	
Wagon Road Wanted.
The following appeared in a recent
issue of Ilie Bolster Drill :
Now lhat. Ihe mines of Ihis district
are sufficiently well developed to prove
that they are mines, we commence to
lookout for cheap transportation to
the smelter and lhe reduction woiks.
Tlie Boundary Kails smelter is the
nearest to ui hut Iii order to reach it
we have to climb high bills lo get
over the divide hetween Myers creek
and Keltic river. Anyulie who has
ever haiidinl ore knows that when it
is hauled up hill the cost of liauspo,talion is increased to such an extent as
lo reduce the profits of very high
glade ore below a paying margin.
A road cm lie constructed down
Myeis creek to the Kettle liver on a
perfect water level grade where there
need not be a trace lightened ou a
loud of three tons of ore Iron Bimetallic mountain lo Midway, B. 0, This
mad can be constructed for lesa th-iu
$1,000. Built by sut scilption, 12
miles of good road constructed io
connect wuh Republic,any three miles
of which whu.il cost more th in 111
ent ire road from McMynn's ranch I
the Ketlle. With our connection to
Republic we ace now more itub-p id
ent of Canada but the latter cannot
get along without us and our ores.
Allot hei thing of very much importance on this road would Iw the slag,-
and passenger traffic with Oroville,
Loomis. Conconiilly, Slate Creek.
Twisp—all points daily rising in Importance to the west of us necessitates
the quickest and most duvet route to
the railway. Mid.-.ay waull' this
travel and the building of ihis road
means full hotels, prosperous restaur
ants, overflowing feed sialics and general prosperity for Mul way.
"Hereon  ilu- reservation we have
countless   actus  of rich agricultural
lands thai, in  a  lew years will   p.o
duce a large sui plus of firm pro lucks.
Biitish Ooiumbia willn v. r naveciiei;
provisions under existing circuiiistan
ces for the simple reason Lii.it it   can'.
produce thein.   The whole Bogudai-y
district is a iiiiner.il l*lt. henily  tim
lieiwl>nd rough,and ihere is practi
cully not enough farming land to sup
ply one fair sized mining '.amp and ol
which there are hundreds within its
Iwrdera.   As long as the C. P. R. exists the  freight  rates  on  farm   pio.
ducts from the northwest will  lie so
riot blunt   thai   the  freight   alone,
will make them  dear.    Where then
will she look for her produce if not lo
her neighbor to the sout h ?   Next year
there   will   be thousands   of Urns of
freighl to be hauled fmui ihe railway
at   Midway   to   reservation  points.
Bolster, Chesaw, Kipiii.g. Molson and
even Oroville will freight from ihere
if ihe roads  should   lie  made   better.
With the road ■town Myers creek lo
Midway freight can be laid down on
any point on the North Half from one
to one and a half cents less than by
lbe soul hern route.    Call   British Co-
lltimblaand iheOanudiah Pacific rail
' way afford to loose this transportation
of freight V Can Greenwood nnd Midway afford to lose the immense passenger travel tb and from all ttiese
puints? Can their hotels afford lo lie
empty ns they have been? A Country
may be full of mines but if it has nol
the benefit of the ready cash spent by
the traveling public the hotels.testaur-
ants and business houses will continue
to be dull. Let the Bnuiulaiy people
reach out to help us by doing that
which will he helping themselves and
they can   rest   assured   that   we   will
i t Ihem half way.    Thanking  yon
for your spue and trusting,that lhc
Midway and Greenwood papers Will
help agitate good roads lo a good
country, I am, jours respectfully,
L. D. IvKAN.
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Notice.
The Ooiumbia and Western Railway
Compuny will apply to the Patliamenl
of Canada at. its next, session for an
Act assimilating its bonding poweis in
respect of ils railway and branch
lines west of Midway to the powers
already given in respect of ils lines
constructed Kast. of thai point, extending the time within which it may com
plete its railways, nnd authorizing it
to construct such branches from any
of its lines not exceeding in nny one
case thirty miles in length as are from
time to lime millinrized by the Governor in Council, nnd for oilier purposes.
H, CAMPBELL OSWALD,
On, Secretary.
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Turn About.
"You were so tespeclfulto that merchant about two weeks ago, and you
acted so overhearing this morning.
What caused the change ?"
"Two weeks ago I bad tn be respectful in order to get credit, and now he
bus to be respectful in order to get the
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Procrastination is the thief of time.
Do not put off until to-morrow what
you can do to-day. Now that times
are improving throughout the Boundary Country in general, and in Midway
in particular, the number of lot sales is
daily increasing, and not only will the
prices soon go up, but the most desira-
rrr—
ble locations will be disposed of. Invest ^5f*%
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COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD.
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now and show your good judgment.
For prices and terms apply to
THE  MIDWAY COMPANY,  Ltd.
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Greenwood, Boundary Creek, B. C.
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We have opened the above hots
are prepared to welcome guests and
modation.   Good catering.    First-class
I at Greenwood and
provide oood accom-
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furnished throughout.
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most convenient h itel for railway travellers.
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I- contracts in the wm hi. Nn
disrtppiiintiiient a_ to dividends.
Kvi-rytliiiiK uuiit :iiiii-i-(i in ad-
vauce. Premium rates 15 to 25
pci-rent less than those of old
line Mitt mil companies.
ASSETS, . . .
January ist, 1807
LIABILITIES,
SURPLUS   . .
$20,88.1.53 I
ill
17,920,200.29  $
• 2,976,424.36
The Travellers Combination Accident Policy guarantees foraccidental
under ordinary conditions.
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MIDWAY    SAWMILL
Heath Benelit           .     .     . $5t*H'i
I.u*- „[ Sitfhl nf Huth K>-e«     . ,i«Ki
bis.- uf Both Foct or Ilolh Hands WW)
Iaiijs uf One Huuil nnd One Koot .l.-HKI
Permanent Tolal Hisabiltj- 8 SOO
U»s ..f  Blk'ht H.iml     .     .
1,0-is «-f Leg at nr nbove Knee
I.n-- ol  I., it Band     .   .
Loss of Either Knot
Ln-- ..f -is-h! of One Fve   .
18,800
Liir|its  of   Weekly   Indemnity S1.-300.
AND, If such injuries are sustained while riding us ji passenger in
any passenger conveyance using Bteam   cable,   or  electricity .11 ji
motive power the amount to lie paid   uj.i1 be DOUBLE  the -.nm
specified 111 ibe clause under which the claim is made.
Lequime & Powers, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
EOUfiH AND WEM LUMBER
' LATH vl SHINGLES; SASHES anil BOOHS
Band Sawing and Job Work done to order
Telephone No. 12
i elephone orders receive prompt
attention.
Cost $52 a vear  to Professional anu
Mew.and Commercial Travelers.
Business
Other sums at proportionate rates
"W. _BE. SiTo-^x-is,
AOENT FOR SOUTHERN BRITISH COLOMBIA, MIDWAY B, 0.
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The CITY BAKERY
St Quintin & McBoyle, Props.
Good assortment of Fresh Bread, Cakes, Confectionery
Fruit always in stock.
and
RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION.
*"irst-class   meals   served  at   all   hours.    Give   us   a
call.
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THOMAS WALKER, Proprietor.
AH tho best brands of
Cigi"s will Tobaccos kept
constantly on hand.
Latest shades and pat-
torrw &•; x\ nil Paper now In
stook,
Seventh  Street, Midway.
FALLS HOTEL..
THQS.____A.KE
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Livery and Feed Stable J
In the premises formerly occupied by yi>
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Special attention given to .tii kinds of iran>ler work.
rig will meet
trains.
The patronage ol" ihe pulilic is solicited.
Rates
moderate,
PRPPRJETOR.
Tin*  hotel  is wntmtljr loniii-d nnd is a stopping place  for statu Hum
Oiioil llsliinn iii lln- vicinity,   (iniul stnliling.
A variety of the choicest bnnds of liquors and cigars at the bar
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1 ADVANCE
The Pioneer Newspaper of the
Boundary  District-only
$2.00 per year.
Is prepared to
till all orders
for Job Printing ni lowest
rates consistent with got x\
work. Certificate  of Improvements.
I
Dotlca.
SrsiK Mineral Claim.
Situate ln Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District.   Where Located:-At Fairvlew.
TAKE NOTICK thai I, Charles iln Bints
Grwin, us agent for George A. Guess,
free miner's eertitlcate No. B2H740, intend,
sixty days from the date horoof, to apply
Ui the Mining Itecordor for a eertitlcate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown grantof the above claim.
And furlher take notioo tbat action, undor
■ection 37, must be commenced before the lssuanoe of such cert itleate of   improvement*.
Doled this 20th day cf August, 1900.
17c CHAS. nuB. GKKKN.
Certlflcate  of  Improvement*.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
Votloa.
Dominion Mineral Claim.
Situate ln the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale district.    Where located :-Camp
Fairvlew.
3-AKK NOTIOK that. I. Chas. do B. Green.
as agent for the Dominion Oonsollclitted
Inns (Jn.. free miner's eertilleale Ko. lt:KlS2:l.
intend, sixty days from the dato hereof, to
apply to the Mining Uncoriier for a Certificate
nf Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further lake notioo that action, undor
section 37, must bc commenced before the
issuance of such Certitlcato of Impro-oments.
Dated this Kith day of September, iimi.
23o CHAS. dkH. GItEKN
JTOTIOB
Bio Bua Minkral Claim.
Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division ot
Yale District.  Whsrs loeated : - Camp
. McKinney.
TAKK NOTICE that I. W. H. Norris, for
myself, froo minor's certificate No. H8U5,
and as ogcui for A. Megraw. froo nilnor's ccrtltlcate No. C8JSS, and Mrs. I. M. Macdonald, free
miner's certificate No. USMM, intond, sixty days
from the dato hereof, toapply lo the Mining Kocorder for a certitlcato of Improvomonta, for the
purpwc of obtaining a Crown grant of the
above claim.
And furthor take notice that action, under
section 37, must lie commenced  before tho
issuance of suoh oorliflcato of improvements.
Datod Ibis mith day of August, IWO.
IGc W. H. NOR.KIS.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements,
Mineral Act, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTIOB,
Carmi and B. A,  (Fractional), Mikeral
Claims.
Situate   in the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District.  Where looated : Carmi
Camp.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Forbes M. Kerby,
as agent for F. H. Thruston, free miner's
eoriifl<;.u.o So. 'Mil, intond, sixty days
from the date boroof, to apply to thc Mining
Heoorder fnr Certificates of Improvements for
tin purpose ot oblauiing Crown Grants of tho
above claims.
And furthoi take notice that action, under
soclion 37, must be commencod before   the
fcsuauoe of suoh Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of December, A. D. IWO.
10c FOIIBKS M. KEUBY.
WOTIC-.
Occidental Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where loeated: Camp
Fairvlew.
TAKE NOTICK that I. M. K. Sadler,as ageni
for H. T. Sholton, free minor's otrMtloaic
nu. H-.1I337, Intend, IKiihys from thc date heronf.
to apply to the Mining Heoordor for a Certifies le
of Inipnivouienls, for tho purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above olatm.
And further lake notloe that action, under
section 37, must bo noinniuncod before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvementa
Dated this 31st day of August, IIMI.
7c M. E. SADLKB.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
/       MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate  of  Improvements.
Hotlce
St. John Mineral Claim. i
Situate ln the Kettle River Mining Division of'
Yale District.   Where looated : About {
seven miles above Beaverton on the west i
side of Beaver creek.
TAKK NOTICE lhat I. Forbes M. Kcrhy, as I
agent fnr Elmure Collier, free minor's cor-'
tifknto Ni. u21Mla, John  O.  Thompson,  free '
miner's oortlfloate No, nSlKWi, and Waller Stirling, free miner's cerlifieale No. nlflitll. intend,
sixl y days frnm the date hereof, to apply lo the
Mining Uocnrdor for a Certificate ni Improve-
nu-iiis forthe purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grunt nf the above claim.
And fnrllier lake notice that action, under
section 37. musl   tie commenced before the
iBSuanoe of such Certificate, of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of November. WOO.
On FORBES M. KEHBY.
Certificate of  Improvements.
woviuii.
Horsefly Mineral Claim,
Situate tn the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where loeated:   Camp
Hedley.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Chas. deBlois Greco,
as agent for F. H. Wollaston, froe miner s
certificate No. B28.893, and C. H. Arundell, free
miner'soeitiflcate No. B28.823,intend, sixty days
from the dato hereof, lo apply to the Mining
Itdoorder for a Certificate of Improvements,
for the purposo of obtaining a Crown Grant of
tbe above claim.
And further take notloe that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Datod this 4th day of November, 1900.
2c CHAS. deBLOIS GRKKN.
W?K*»KTOr<j"JV
SSmS,i-lt£_t,
„____■
Jl I DWAY, B. C.
Beautifully situated at the confluence of Boundary Creek and Kettle Biver.
$Mf %% / |l_I_ BE Tlie most imp°rtant railway town in the Kettle River Mining Division.
{%}% WW The ^estern Seminal and  Divisional point of the Columbia & Western Railway.
fgtg         T   T The Wholesale Supply and Manufacturing centre of the Kettle River and Boundary
fflp At Jh mt Creek Districts.
;s|fi fo fo /jk The distributing  point for   Upper  Kettle River,  West   Fork  and Camp McKinney
M jPf T mining camps.
f$ fo m fo The nearest Railway town to  Republic,  Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain and   other
M            3_ Northern  Washington mining camps.
*&$_.            fo The   leading residence town   in   the  country, with an excellent   climate,  pure  water
«£*J»            * supply and favorable sanitary conditions.
$;B« Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
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Montreal, P.
SEND FOB MAPS, PIUCE8 AND FULL PAHTICULAI18 TO
. THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd.
C. M. CROU8E,
Agent fur British Columbia,
Midway, B. O.
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NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
W. H. WEBB,
Practical __&»
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Idaho and Warhisoton Mineral Claims.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale Dlstriot.   Where located:  Beaver
Creek Camp.
J "AKK NOTICK thnl I, Korku* M. Korby. as
agont for Tlio Boundary mid ltouvert.011
IningCo., Umltod, uou personal liability, (rue
miners oerufloate No. nlftiou, intend sixly ilnys
from the dato horeof, to apply lo the Mining Ko-
corderfor a oerlittcate of improvement-;, for lhc
purposo of oblaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice thnt nclion. under
section   37,  must  be commenced before the
Issuance of such eortillcate of Improvements.
Hated this 29tb day of November, Ml.
ic FOItniSS M. KEliBY.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
epaivi:
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
£g- CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
To C. A. Peterson, late of Khelt Creek In Yale
district j
Sir: You arc hereby notMod that we have
expended Illfi.SI in labor and Improvements
upon the "Big Windy" Mineral Claim, situate
ln Provldonoo Cnmp, in the Kettle Kiver Mining Division of Ynlo District in British Columbia, in orderto hold slid claim under the provisions of Section 2i of thc Mineral Act, such
being the amount required to hold the said
olalm for the year ending April 5,11X11.
And if at tbe expiration of ninety Ilml days of
publication of this notice you fail or refuse to
contribute your proportion of the expenditure
required under said section 11, together witli
all costs of advertising, your interests in said
claim shall become vested in lbe subscribers
lyour co-owners) under Section 4 of thc "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 190(1."
Dated at Midway, B. ('.. this Nth day of
December. 190X1.
HIGHLAND QUKEN CONSOLIDATED
MINING AND MILLING CO.
C. L. Tromkt, Manager.
6re J. A. L'nrwoi-th, .Secretary.
R.H.
Provincial Land Surveyor.
\jyj/   Architect and
__!_ Civil Engineer...
Financial,
I^eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Agent
su*'. VOTARY    PCHLlCM-i
2 ail view Townsite Agent.
. . . ADDKESS. . .
R. H. PAHKIMSOX,
rilRVIEW. B. c.
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others throughout Canada.
The Berliner Gram-o-phone received the only medal
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The Berliner Gram-o-phone haa been widely imitated
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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. PRICES REASONABLE.
For terms and all other information apply to
W. H. NORRIS,        or        A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C. Camp McKinney, B. C
zzs^amzx£23£smm_w&vs^a
Spokane Falls &Nor
Railway Co
Nelson & Ft.
Railway Co.
II)
Railway Co.
Tho only nil ni II route bet *\ jm nl
nil point** Bast- Wont and smith!
to   Host-land.    Nelson   nnd  jilll
intermediate pointH • ,.,„ ,...
iti).' nt Spokane with the i.r.nl
Northern, Northern Pari He nnd
O. R.&S. Co.
Connects Rt Nelson with (lie stem1
Knsloand nil Kootenay Lake points.
Connects at Meyer's Falls with tint,
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DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER-I
SHIP.
NOTlrK I- hereby -riven thnl Ihe dn
.lolm Lore ft ('«., lining Im.im,...,,, i
view and Camp McKinney, ii.c. i,„. im.
been dlwolved bj-nintmil ooiinent, E y ^,
retiring and John Lovo oonllnuing ,. i
sunn- nil llnbllitli-e of lhe rnmnu,', .,.,
whom nil MttraMl must be paid fori hwllli
Dated nl Cn-np McKinney lhl- nm, ,'„, ,
November, l!«m.
JOHN LOVK.
R. K.SCOTT
Witnetw:
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nrraugementii hare been mmlr
preaeut every two weeks to evei
mliMilber to the Weekly Kr.
I'ron, Winnipeg, a line reprmli •
imn primed nn art pn|H-r oil;
fur (mining. Thc pictures will i'
ypeelnlly mude hnlf Ioiii*h nt lb
highest qiinllly, well worth) n
liri'serriillnii nnd cnlruliiled n
udnrii Ilie linme. Thev will Inrlinb
lute portrait* speclnlly Inkeii '••
ibi* series, of the lending men li
lhe public life of I'liiinilii, beginiiiiu
with Sir Wilfrid Laurier nml ~-
I'htiileN Tupper.
Willi lhe»n portraits, which wil
euiiHlltute n rnlunble gnllery u( II1
niiwl eminent Cnniidlnn- ot U"
limes, Ihere will be liilerspii-
half lone reproduction* (rum Ar]
Work*, showing Minillolnin i'"'1
Western Views, pictures ilepli'imu
lyplenl scene* tu rnniidinu II''
Millinry plfiures and general rlew*.
Ihe whole forming a most doslniM"
eolleellon of the highest Interesl
und viilne.
Whether used fnr frnmlng nf ke|i
as 11 porlfollo of ilfl nttmellve Ari
Works, for Hint will be Ihe linml*'1
received  In Ihe course n( nl I "
yenr, Ihese pictures will he «'''"
worth having. The presenl"11""
every fortnight of these plelit"-
will lie but one respect In which m1
Kree Press will commend llself ''"
Ing Ihe coming year ns heller in»»
ever before.
Willi   new   presses,   new
cry, new type and Improved fm
ties, It will continue In strive
serve lbe repulntlon  II  hns
of being "Ibe paper of the wesl "" >
lbe iieople of the west." .   )i
liy ordering at once new """"f.',  (
ers   will   obtain   Ibe  weekl)     "
I'ress to 1st Jnnnnry, lWtt. "nu ■" )|
tbe pictures, for 11.00 nui). I
chin
rl 11
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