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/vuvni^ivu.
No. 11.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY- JULY 18,   1900.
$2,00 per Year.
a
lit, Solicitor, Ktc.
GltKltNWOOt), B. C.
kLSON,
_! Notary Puiilici
!!tB(     .
NCIAL A(i_N*
U MINING BltOKKIl
NET, B.C.
I jVtathl_ort,
 t DENTIST.
BLOCK   >   OREENWOOD
GREAT REDUCTION IS PB1S.
x
C. * W. RAILWAY
Havi*
to
|.i uterus,
Muslins,
"ids.    We
.Ask lu
ii.c. shaw.
fett«_ Shaw
[•ERS, SOLICITORS,,
otiriea Public.
"1UI.1.KTT."
. Routord McSdlll's, Mort'iim k
Seal's, bttheT'ti
lB.Oi
j-HERLAND,
. , . MirnvAT. ii.c.
I pcnaci
iTOMS   ItRORKn.
T COMMISSION AOEXT.
■entries pasidd.    Mineral Act
| Acl papers <"'***n u<>' Affl:
in.  Abstracts mads.
ic.ulons by mall or tdsphone
tHANT Tailor,
Ut designs of Summer
| Perfect fit guaranteed j
Now is the time tb purchase when yoll cart!]
gut your goods ai wholestje prices.   Tha1. is wh'at
we have (jeCided to do With the balance of all
Summer Dry Goods, including Crilm'a delebfited
English   Prints,  !n a great variety   of
Zephyrs, Ginghams,  Piques,  Dtickirtrs
CharftbraS   and  all  Summer  Dress  ('.<
have a few nice Dress Patterns left Vet
see our "c and ioc Muslins—they are plumS
Also in Gents' Summer Furnishings; irt Suits,
Light Coats. Shirts and U nil .rwear. in Pools ami
Shoes, we have a complete stock and are offering,
some excellent values, especially in Mining Sho-s.
As space will not allow us to quote you prices, we
ask you to call afld see for yourself. Remember-
everything sold at the reduced prices will be cash,
if charged, at regular prices,
TRADING GO., LID,
J. R. JACOBS, MANAGER.
PROVINCIAL NEWS.
I
§
IRBY,
M, Can. Soc. C. 6.
u. Land   Surveyor
AM'
IlL   ENGINEER.
| OSSBIftOOD
Midway News Depot
THOS, \VAI,KEr<, PROP.,
Dealer irt   .   .   .
BOOKS, MAGAZINES and STATIONERY,
Commenced    Ballasting
Midway.
At. last Hie work of ballasting the
line of lhe Columbia nlidWestern
Railway between Anaconda and Midway lui". been commenced.   Although
It w.is reported early iti the week by
officials nf tlio road tlmt work would
lio started '.viiliin a few days no ere-
deuce wns given to lb"! statSHfleiffc, ii
lho |i'ii]ilc of Midway Were  getting
Used io thnt Josh and iin lodger belled*
ed In Ih.'fairy tali**" spun by tlio rep-
res nt ilives  of  that   corporation   In
reference  lo  the completion  of  thc
road, sn when word reached hereon
Wi'diu sdny that n gang of ovi'i- UK)
iiit'ii hid started work I hut uiorning
ni'.'ii' A nacdnda the residents of M Idway
bare very nlubh surprisi'd.   Eaily in
llii' morning a ttaln Came down from
til'. I'li'vond, hub it was generally supposed  that its mission was to  take
hack a I'jii'lond of ore, something thai
there would he some profit in.
Ihere m-ver wits ally trouble about
gutting fieight oiit of here.   The O, P.
!i. were always obliging enough  tii
send fins a.s soon as enough freight
had accumulated Wpay them for ninii  train  'lown.  The track wiis
i ih good enough condition td
,'rei. .  ,ip hill, hut for some mys-
*   , Jison   it   could  seldom  be
[hi aver the line downhill,   Never
one niometlt was it thought that
train carried a gang nf men to
Accident at the Union Mines—A
Defaulting Police Officer.
I.old  Minto's   Visit-Timber   Lands
Within the Railway Belt in
the Province—Governs
.        itient    Appropriation.
DOMINION NOTES.
increase in Wages—A Skelmoi1'
lie Man Appointed.
Canada at the Paris Exposition—C. I*,
R. Land Sales - Smallpox at
Montreal,
CIGARS  AND TOBACCO.
|lCKARDS&GO<(
weal E4UJM   •
land
[insurance?.
fcKKT. MtI)W.\T, it. I
VvA\>^-
i Hotel Spo
y^^v Seventh St.
n ing
aiu ii
haul
lel-h
bron
fur
^[__
fuiuplrt" the buildings that Were so
nearly finished months ago. but we
were informed by iMr. W. E. Sutherland, who had the work in charge,
lhat his orders \vere to come to Midway and finish work on the buildings
Ijere, if possible by the end of the
month, and by that time the ballasting
would be completed and everything
got. in readiness to run a daily train by
Augusi I.
The work here consists of finishing
lhe interior of the large three-stalled
engine house and erecting the smoke
sijifk-j. moving the pump house from
if* prusent position down to the rivet
and the laying of pipes from there to
the water tank. Last winter a large
W"li  was dugVlose to the water tank
The Yorkshire Sob'ety tif Hi it Ish
Columbia will hold its lirst annual
basket picnic! at (lolil.ilrcani on Saturday, lllh inst.
Tlie "Otitcrop" atinnuni:es With milch
satisfaction (hat I he Dominion GoVerh-1 from "A" Batter*
in.'lit lias appiiipi'iali'il $7,IH.i) In con-j arrest there,
struct a telegraph line from Goldell to !
Wilidfiini re.
Many Victorians resi'nt the refusal
of a Dominion subsidy to the proposed
I'liili'Oiid td the liorth of Vancciuvei' Island, which would opi'ii up a must promising mineral iimnthy.
Mr. Robert Powell iif Victoria, son
of Dr. I. \Y. Powell, iias been uppblbt-
ed private secretary to Lioutonnnl-
(iovernor Jrily. Mr. Powell is at present a clerk ih Molsons Bank:
Lord Minto is tn lie asked by (he
Mayor anil City Council to visit Boss-
land during hi* stay In Britl-Ii bnlhm*
bin; and it i.s hoped that the Goverhbr-
Gencral may he induced to accept the
Invitation.   Jf so, he will follow Lord
Aberdeen's excellent example.
Tuesday uiorning a Until whose name
could oot be learned lost, his legs bear
Slocan Junction.   The mini had been
at work on a steam shovel mid tried to
board a freight train.   He slipped and
fell under the wheels, severing holli
limbs.   A special  train took him to
Nelson.
A despatch from Victoria silys : Although   PlhUbrttfti   detectives   have
lieen utilized for weeks in an effort to
apprehend   Sergeant Atkins,  the defaulting Provincial Police Officer! no
word has reached here fagarBing bis
wherejibouts.     He  was  Inst sel-n at
Seattle.
The machinery in the new Eddy
works at Ottawa has lieen set, in mo.
tiim.
Nearly 202,000 entries Were made at
the Mont real customs dining lln'la*f
fiscal year.
John Turner of Brock ville, a deserter1
Kingston, is under1
Smallpox is spreading in Mon treal I
An hold has been quarantined and the
Royal Victoria hospital i* closed,
nnipany ?
At Nanaimo recently a fei'dei' of gn;
exjfloded in No. H shaft, Union  Mines
IMITH,
fON80RIAL   ARTI8TI
w sIjjiv,'. Hair ('lit, Wn Foam
oo,  call  ill lbs  above parlor.
hj"l mui uruinul.
IKKT.  -      -  MIDWAY, P. C
DALHYMPLE
Inl    BlaolMntlt—
1-V1HVIBW, B.C.
|ol  Repairing,   Horseshoelnif
BpcGtAlij.
flidway.
M. MORAN. PROPRIETOR.
I xxr: a -i-aii pumping plant  installed, ' badly biliuing lire boss Win. Anthony
| i.i,i it was found that the supjfly of abriut the Bead and fat'S Hhd iflso hum
A new buildtn
and first-class.
KEEK HOTEL . . .
[TH OP HOCK CHKKK
■*>dri|ii, n_ar_*.
AlTOM**ODAT!0*l    r'OR   Ol'KSTS.
)0D STABLING
♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦-
r,   Well furnished,
Onlv the choicest
and Cigaft kepi in stoc
and Commercial Men.
ic
water wns Inadequate aod that it would
be iiffi'-saiy lo pump the water up
from Kettle Hivei. This dime there
of water.
ing a Chinaman, Ilie latter iiow being
in a critical condition. Petei! Uiirg-
land, employftl in PttJlectiOil Island
Jliaft, Jiatlatmo, was caught by a fall
of rock and Hadly bfliised:
..vf.'y:
Wines,
idquartt
r,SsS\
*99999999993&m$999$ftA,
Midway Meat Market
K. A. MATTHES, Proprirtor.
At (HI* establishment Customers im get choicest culs of
BEEF, fttUTFON. POUK and VCAL.
Therefore M
TELEPHONE 311
,__.lg'__*o.*o3f oji_ tuo jijT.3E.--_ *U3« -et
,ats are always fresh arid sweet    Call and get a go
.1 Joint
foi
dutiidr to-day.
p. O. BOX 25
win always he an abundance
When the mad is completed Midway 	
will be the scene of great activity.  We j    jjim Fl'ehch. a miner who bad a eon-
hive within a radius of a few miles n   ,,.,„.(  .„  ,].,.  ,;,„,„   Mountain   mine,
number nf mining properties that here    ,„,.„. H„s,j„„(l, m.)  ,, let-rule death
tofofe have had comparatively little i-pcetitly.   He fell from the mouth of
work done on  them,  hut now that -.he sUni't to iLs bottom, a distance of
menus Bf transportation   of  the ore sdO feet, and wai featfnlly mangled.
from the mines to the sibelter will jrretich waiited to go into' tiie. mine to
soon be provided work will be resumed,! RHre instructions to til" men who were
und  in  the course nf a few months wOrkihg under him. There was a strap
large quantities of ore will be shi|.ped | nv,,m,\ the windlass rope into'which
t from  here.   Not only  will there be j lu, st,.|,,„.,i.   He put bis wide weight
j .••liipments from the minte on this side into '.1k, sllup i,,,^,,,. hl; llnll t.lkt,n „
of the line but there are a tnimbei'of gonrt hold on the rope and the strap
pfopSrties to tlie south and south east  hroj.-; an(* ,]own |le w,,,lt; striking the
I of us, on tbe other sine of the interna-1 si(|P „f ,]„, si,.,ft, jtl ,|u, ,ies .,.nt.   The
! tioilal bndndai'y line, that liave already j flecked was about il year- of age. a
sent dial shipments to the Trail smelt- j jneitihtr of the   Miners'   Union,   nnd
er. and have received very sal isfaetory ! |,,.lvt,s  „   &[k  ahd   Iwii  cliililren   to
suits, and ate now only waiting for: mown his lo_i
al Kifliin**on Kottlo Rtvof.JI*
Is. H. 6USH,
|ral blacksmith
HORSE SHOEING
(A SPECIALTY.
• of work execute- to
Isfaction of customer*.
ry BAKERY,
Jm. St. Quintin, Prop,
PLAIN AND FANCY
i PASTRY- CAKES, ETC.
Jprytliinii;   Flrst-cliiKB.
I Street, Kid-way.
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Millinery Department.
ud
Whll .
, While j
Fancy St
STROM HOTEL.
KEYES, Prop.
|l'romiiiodalion,
ku. Liquors and Cigars,
First-Olasa Stabling
jlMSTRONG  B.C.
Ladles' Straw 9tllor Hats in nil srtl.n
liiidies'SlrJiw Rough Hidi'r II,us In Hl.i
Misses' Sailors mid  tlops xix  Pluifl
Leghorn nnd Fancy Hrnided Stuaws.
Men's and Hoys' llu i-esfcr nnd FnhC
Tain O'Shaiilei'S In Velvet and Cloth
Dress Ooods De pa tt ment.
- Now is Ih" lini" for Siiinuii'i Drei
Zephyrs, GinghnniR, Plain and Strll
variety of colors and patterns of ('.i'i
Plain uud Fancy Valencii'iine 1,'iei's
Hlne, Whit." and Drab Goods, l.im
Brocade, Striped and Plain AIi'iicji Dress Skirls, i'ejl
Hlack and Fancy DoJ.f'd Shchs with
iu all kinds of nut
l!'i
(fell
Strati' IIjiij.
\Yi
J   ()l"ds
,1    I'ill'le-'.    f
oes ttnnx .*'■
Hi'ii'ly-ni'id
n   Dlcycle SI
ho
Ski ■
Fiincy Oi'k'iiiii
ni-.il s. und a 1
in.    Turtle i
s   III   Willi*   Pi
■ the completion of the rond fo .Midwny
to make  Othet shipments.   Take for
instance   the   Zala   M.  in   Shciidan
camp.   This  is n  valuable   property
runhttfg liiuh in gold, but development
has been retarded owing to tb* fact
! I Init the Imiil to nny plttce other thnn
! Midwiijr was too long to make it pio-
i ,'itable Wship.
!    The completion of the railway will
1 >i-n he the means of bringing in sup-
, plies for a number of places tlmt have j
jloiinef'ly heen getting tbem in by way
bf Pelitictoii.   Midway is so situated
' Unit, it is' the natural supply -joint for
f amp   .McKinney,   tlie   West Folk
.oiintt'j',   Myers   creek  and To rod n
.nek.     All   trade  will   centre  here.
Freighted instead of passing through
i and only stopping to feed will make iti ,
I their headquarters, nnd being the ter-1 ■   . .
.,,,,. ,      ...  ...I     , ' Spenees Hin Ige Station, makes up Hit'
minns of the rond, will  be the bead-1   ' ■* '
ijiiarlei'S tot the stage line from here  	
to Penticton, and il   is not unlikely     An    nhlei- ih-coftncil   wns   recently
(imt. stages will be rtin from here to I itasseil ill Ottawa, reliifive 10 the tim-
(liesnw and Interim to Deuverton as| ber lands Within life fuilway bell in
A df"spatch fi"un Ashrroft. states
that Indijin Jnnnh, :it bis p:eliiuinnry
e-tniiiinnfion beforji .Ins'ice of the
Peaie Knight for Stealing gold dust
valued at $513 from the Ci P. It. stn-
tion al Spence's Hridg", was discharged tot want of evidence, and K. G,
Webber, tite agent at Sp'enei's Blidg",
and iti wl'ose charge the itoid was
when stolen, and who was the chief
! witness agninst Indian Jonah, was arrested fof- stealing it himself, after he
had itfrisliei! giving his evidence ;i gainst
Jonah. Webber, who is also a special
Constable, art'ested the Ini?ian Jonah
thesCcitrfd day after tlie lobhery, and
claimed tn have found a portion of the
gold in his pocket. This, with the uold
found by Detective MrKfiizie, of the
vice, and Webber, near the
__________
j fnil amount stolen.
ne goon its the wagon rond is
at   to that place.
jompletcd
The Canadian l.iM
premises, Montreal, were damaged td
the extent of $25,000 by n ihe last
week.
During June, says the Winnipeg
Tribune, the It. P, R, Land Department sold ,">2,8II0 acres in Manitoba for
$88,780.
In consequence of the strike of the
boiler-makers. (Hill ('. P. It. men in e out
and the 0. P. It. has closed ils works at
Montreal.
Knox College UirectoM, at Toronto:
have decided to offer Ihe chair of apO'
logetics to Hev. I). W. Noiri-, D. D,|
United Presbyterian minister of Skel-
inorlie, Scutland,
"Count" I.iutiec. who was 1 -rought
from Chicago to answer to a charge of
forgery, preferred hy the Bnnk Of N'ovit
Scotia, bas heen conunitted for trial at
tile Septemher nssi7.es.
Nolan,   Walsh  and   Dullnlan,   the
three Welland canal dyiinmiters, are
I to be placed in the isblntion ward in
thi? penitentiary Jit Kingston for safe*
ty and to prevent .any relationships.
The Department of Public Works
has issued plans and specifications 01
the ice bouse and cold storage buildings
in various parts of the Provinte, foi'
which the (iovernment will give
grants.
The enormous volume of 1,107,602
I tons of freight pnsseu through the
Americnn nnd Canadian canals at
I.S.iuit Ste. Marie last month, an increase of more than 600,000 tons nvei
June, 1890,
II. 11. Sherwood, a C. P. R. brake-
man, was recently killed atSnurls, being Crushed between two cars, lie
was HI yens old and leaves a wife ami
five children, lie bus relatives id
Vancouver aud Ottawa.
William Hospeler, liquidator of the
defunct Commercial Bank of Manitoba,
has tendered his resignation as joint
liquidator of the bank, and upon his
recommendation Hunter Cooper has
been appointed sole liquidator by tM
courts.
Robert Kerr of Montreal, passenger
traffic manager of the C. P. R„ in an
interview said that the railway is prepared to land 10,000 troops from Liverpool to Shanghai in 28 or at tlie outside l-iti days, providing tbe Imperial
Government placed tast Iranspotts in
the service hetween . Liverpool and
Quebec.
C, It. Hosnier, tbe popular director
of ihe Caimdian Pacific Railway, and
late manager of the company's tele-
graph system, has returned to Montreal from ji two months' trip tlirough'
England) France and Italy. While iri
Paris Mr llosiurr visited thc eil position, and was much impressed with'
Canada's building. Il was one of 1 he
I lirst ol.je. Is to catch his eye en entering the grounds hy one of the inairi
entrances^hdhethuiighl "j. the whole
it was a good advertisement of the
i Dominion.
ij Mr. J. H. Booth of Ottawa has decided on a general increase of from I*
to 12 percent to his eriiploy.es in the
lumber business. Mr, Booth consii'er-
cd the recent tire a reason for more!
pay. Nearly every employe of the
concern living in Oitawa or Dull wa^
burnt out, and Mr Booth thought it-
was haul for the men tn rMmild ana
live on the s.nno wages, The incrcasrf
starts from la-t Monday, and will
amount to ahoul $17,000 more for th$
working inch during file res' of the
11.
ts|nF
1,lite
iereial Job Printing.
"JPHJS ABVANCR'"
Mnlnlesse, Plain
A fresh consignment "f Bl....--— Inltl.,.|vediilv
•White Muslnis to Silks and Sa.in-,'eSpecMtoa.,lMrt,il;
Uie) pq.li
Is, l'r
ahd
Our rtpritv;* Fdfnishtnsi.kfctb__t
HicVi'l
Ib
isweiistocked ^•w":"i7;i(:;;;;;;,ws,s„ot
fu8ort..ientofFuaMn*HandTiesan-'.B
nil S'.veifier*
nd Defbys,
HAIN &
tii'iiccries
[•9
,,nv,,st   market  ,|.intatinn»,
H,.ild-*rs' HiiHlwarr-rlu.'iv.'
P0S1WF1CE STOltE,
...MIDWAY, B. C.
Miners'   Sltpplir
hi Ktockf
and
this Province.   Hitherto i) licensee of
^  n timber lieiih pjud $S a square lul'o j
How long Midwtiy will be the fer-|esccpl, foMatuls siliiafoil: tvest of Eagle
niiuus it is iinposftilile to predict, but! Pass, for wlilAt the nnni'utl ground
we nre quite safe in saying that, the'rental was Hve cents nn acre. It has,
mad will not he estended for two years | been represented Ih'at (be rent for An Ottliwrf despatch says : Iffgrfros
ill least. There is nothing to induce j lands between Eagle Pass mid Yale j prepared by Ihe finance department
the C. P, R, to extend its line at pres- wns excessive as compared witli the | show that Canada's revenue for the 12
cnl. It would, no doubt, be a great I rcntnl of $0 per sqtinre mile for limits'inonths ending June SOth lasl wji.-'
convenience lo the conntry to the west j east of Eagle Pass, the timber In tha $48,034,697, nS compared with $4-1.0(18,-
w ere it to have railway facilities, biitjfonner being inferior' to the timber in ' ISO, an increase of rfl.'.i'H, III over 1880'.
the company knows full well that
traffic run be carried on in no oilier
wny thnn over their line, nnd if tlie
people in the vaiious mining ramps in
this vicinity wish to ship the products'
of their mines or get in supplies they
cannot ptofltably do it in nny other
wny thnn to haul such products nnd
[ supplies to and from M irt way;
the latter tract. The vie .vis fonHriiied ; The difference between revein
by the Crown limber agent, Mr. Jnincs I expenditure shows a surplus 1
Lemay, New Westminster, for the 308,107, but there are yet targe it
railway belt in BHtlsh Colombia, and I expenditure not to hand. Ib
the Government hns therefore urdered when all are in it will he -h'"
the annual rental of limber berths j for the third time iu the histi
silnated between Ragle Pass and Yale. Cnirnla, all expenses will be in
be reduced from five cents un nere to 1 of the revenue without jiihlin;
$0 per Rc*.r*n**** mile. | rtoH;*r io tht pablKi detAi
f 811,-
■insol'
never,
h thnf;
nrv of I
..I
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li'
i
C, .VI. CitOUBK MANAOIJH
I-ublisliod   wimkly   nt Midway,   II. C,
Suln.cripi.ion Prion, J2.IHI por annum, pnyablu
n advaiuio. oithor yearly or half-yearly at tho
option ut Uni * iitiscrltn'i'.
Advertising Rates sent on application.
MONDAY. JULY 16. IIKKl.
Britain ia the peace-keeper of the
world, aud her leading sitings
kept China in the paths of peace.
Btifiin's aim was In help China to
stand on her own feet. The aim of the
olher powers is to knock China, down
and divide her territory, Russia,
Fiance and Germany have striven to
undermine British supremacy in China
and tbe results of their success are
written in murder, ruin and anarchy.
If British supremacy throughout Ihe
world could be likewise destroyed, tlie
nations would degenerate into one
vast men igerie, with all the animals
turned loose,
Canadian poetry might stand higher
in the markets of the world if mere
tnagai'.iiic ihyiui'Sleis weie not pushed
forward as the only representative
singers of this country. Verse writers
who are given a high place by technical experts may be poets, but they are
not Canadian poets in the sense that
J. K. Kernighan is a Canadian poet.
They labour their thoughts into conventional moulds, hut they do tint re-
Heel the meaning of Canadian life or
echo the hopes of Canadian heat'is.
The correspondent who wishes to
know whether Clive Philllps-Wolley
cannot compare with Kipling as a poet
does an injustice to Mr. Wolley. M".
Wolley is not a Canadian except, hy
accident or residence, and he is not a
poet entitled to rank with the Khan,
whose warmest admirers do not regard
him as tbe equal of Rudyard Kipling.
Genius has nothing to fear from criticism. All the censure of Ihe London
critics cannot blow the divine fire out
of the Canadian poets. Nor can the
enthusiasm of Canadians kindle the divine flame if it he lacking in the woik
of their poets, and Canada does not require any of her sons to sacrifice bis
judgment hy exalting the verses of
Phillip-Wolley to equal with lhe poems
of Rudyard Kipling,—Toronto Telegram.    	
Orient.
The announced plans ot
James J. Hill
Railroad will jirolaibly precipitate one
of the hottest
[and longest freight rate
of the Great
President
Northern
wars ever known in the history of railroading. He is carefully making his
plans and sayn that, as soon as his two
gigantic steamships are finished und in
the trauspacilc service lie will establish a through freight-rale of not more
than $H a ton from Buffalo and other
points on tbe Great Uikes to Yokohama, Nagasnk , Hong Kong, Shanghai
and other plai es on the coasts of Japan
and China, aid thnt this rate may lie
cut to $7, half in either ease to go to
the railroad end of the business, aud
the other half lo the steamship lines,
No statement, has been made in years
that is considered so seriously by the
officials of other railroads as this, for
into effect it will proba-
many of them would be
the handling of through
as they have
none of then
the Santa Ke
not reach the
and witb the
if it is carried
bly mean that]
forced to stop       	
freight. It is even said lhat such low
barges would give tlie Great Northern
Railroad a practical monopoly of all
freight linuod from the east to transpacific ports, unless the Northern Pa
cilic and Canadian Pacific railroads,
whieh practically cover the same terri
lory, and both of which have Oriental
ihould meet the rate
it is not seen how the
steamship linij
In any event,
railroads to t,l|e south could compete;
much longer hauls, and
, with the exception of
(wliieh, however, does
iron  districts of the
Great Lakes a^id contiguous territory)
■oute of its own I o the
furnish most of the coin-
are used by the Mongol-
 Hill gives as
to make this reduction
his own line of sl earners
Buffalo to Duluth, his
has a through]
districts thnt
■nudities that
inns. H	
One of the reasons Mr.
why he is able
is that he has
running from
own road from there to Puget Sound,
completion of his ocean
vessels his owii route across the Pacific,
In another column appears an advertisement for the bill, which is to he
b. Id to-morrow night in aid   of  the
Midway  Brass  Band.     Already   the
town has been canvassed for subscrip
tions,  und  the  hotels  and   business
houses have very generously eontrihut
ed to the fund for this worthy object.
This, together with Ihe amount left
over from the 24th of Mny celebration,
makes a very creditable showing, so
now all that is required to provide sufficient funds for the purchase of the
instruments is a good attendance at
the dunce.   If you tuke au interest in
the town in which you live it is your
duty to aid in anything that is a benefit to that town.   The hand will he a
decided benefit to Midway, and it is
therefore your duty as a resident of
Midway to attend the dance.   If you
never hefore at (ended a place of amuse
uient, if you  never  liefore  loosened
your purse strings to help a good thing
along, hegin now.   There never was a
better   opportunity,   an  opportunity
tbat does not present itself every day.
If you are a delinquent to morrow night
you  cannot proudly  say,  when the
Midway Band hus become famous, t bat
you helped to make it what it is, thai
you  were  instrumental   in  bringing
ahout its  existence.   The committee
has spared neither time nor expense in
pro* iding every convenience that will
help to give those present a good time,
and we trust that their efforts will not
go unrewarded.   The price of admission is very modest, quite in keeping
with the hard timeB and within the
reach  of  all.   Come  and  enjoy  the
pleasure tint to-morrow evening will
afford,
thus giving l|
the handling
other   cases
among severaj
will he enable.
ments  with
Duluth and Si
The problem
is bothering
coast traffic is|
ways, as it is
railroad freigl^
steamship bit
trains all the
done at a loss.
Fully to a;|
phesied redue
im all the revenue from
of the goods, which in
has to be apportioned
lines en route, He also
1 to move the consign-
inly two transfers—al
attle.
of transportation that
|)ads entering the west-
how to get loads both
a well known axiom of
business, us well
illness, that there is no
money iu hauling empty cars one way,
making it necessary lo have loaded
time or else the work is
This question is sett led
in an important measure hy the demand in the East for the fir, spruce
nnd cedar of Washington nnd Oregon,
which has readied such a stage that it
is now impossible for the lumber and
shinglemen tc get cars enough to han
die all their orders. As a result of
putting on this new line of vessels to
the Orient, there will be hundreds of
cars with gtods for the Far Eist,
.vhich, instead of having tn lie return
ed empty, wil he loaded with lumber
and shingles, eaving a good margin of
profit on the lotal transaction.
predate what, this pro
ion means, itis necessary
to consider thc present prevailing rate-
On cargoes 'rom the Pacific coast
states to the Orient the charge ranges
from $0 a ton for flour to $6 for mer
chandise, practically the same rates
being quoted 'rom Vancouver, Seattle,
Tacoma, San Francisco and Southern
California, from all points lietween
New York, Chicago, St. Paul and
Minneapolis to the Pacific coast the
prevailing ra es aie aliout as follows,
the second column of figures showing
the through rates from the Eastern
slates to the (jlrient. the statement be-
" Scotty."
Yes I ca1 me "Scotty" if you will,
For sic' a name can mean nne ill,
0' a' nick names just tak' yer till—
I'm quite content wi' "Scotty."
To he a Scot is nae disgrace,
Maist folks can trust a guid Scotch face,
He's never lung oot o' a place—
The honest, faithful "Scotty."
A Scotchman has the knack to plod,
Through thick and thin he'll bear bis
load,
His trust is aye in richt an' God—
The perseverin' "Scotty."
He's 'tentive baith tb kirk an' mnrt,
To friends he's true an' haul to part,
In life's great race he needs nne start—
I'll win or die, says "Scotty."
An' if he meets with ane or twa
0' Scotland's sons when far awa',
They'll 'gree like brithers ane an' a'—
A "clannish" man is "Scotty,"
Though oft he travels fur frae haiue,
He aye a Scotchman a' the same,
An' proud to crack o' Scotland's fame—
A loyal son is "Scotty."
Should Scotland ever need his help,
He'll gie her enemies a skelp,
An' make them rin like f richted whelp—
An' give respect to "Scotty."
Then ca' me "Scotty" if you will,
Nick name like that can work nae ill.
I'll shake vour ban' with richt guid
Whene'er ye ca' me "Scotty,"
ing so much a
Machinery
Locomotives
ton :
Tothe
Coast.
  $25
i nd tendirs. 32
Sieel rails nni| iron orsteel
ties...
Flour	
To the
Orient.
$27 50
48 00
Orient tothe coast, and take it back
loaded wilh lumber from the Northwestern Slates or shipments from
Asia. On the basis of $4 icvenue per
ton, in cars of 20 tons capacity this
means a loss on the westward trip of
$14 to the car; but as there is nouhange
in the easi.hound rates and lumber will
Still pay 40 cents per 100, or $8 a ton.
the gross receipts of the round trip
will be $280 (Ihe car hauling 25 tons of
lumber) or nprofit of $92,
Owing to Ihe topographical conditions, the expense of h.-milling railroad
busin"ss from Chicago to San Francisco is gi eater, amounting to $182 a
loaded car or $2C I for the round trip.
If the roads in that territory should
meet, the cut it means that they will
get. $170 on the westward trip, but as
tbey lack the easi.hound husiness, having only fruit and comparatively slight
shipments of lumber, with a little refined sugar, it means that they will
lose heavily on every car of goods
handled.
Thsre ii a wide significance to the
country in this pi ojected movement of
ihe Great Northern, for it means sueli
a close competition wilh the shipping
husiness from Europe to the Orient, by
by way of the Suez canal that, the
United States would be in a posilion
at once to offercheaper products. The
present rate from Antwerp to Eastern
Asia is about $8a ton aud the commodities must Hrst be got to Antwerp
before they can be taken even at this
rate. Wilh a charge of only $8 from
the very heart, of the producing region
and tbe quicker transportation that
can be made from the United Slales,
it is, therefore, considered that the establishment of the new transpacific
line of vessels, each capable of carrying 28,000 tons, or nearly 1,000 carloads at a trip, and the cheaper rates
will mat k the beginning of a new era
in American commerce with the
Orient,
 r+a	
A Bunco /lining (lame.
From the land of the midnight sun
comes a story which reveals that all of
the Dawson miners are not honest.
There was ono miner there who had a
claim whn had a claim on his bunds,
and was so profitless that he desired to
unload it. He soon hatched n scheme
that proved successful, and which
yielded hiui a large sum. He hied
himself to the gold commissioner and
told him Ihut he wished to pay the
royalty on the output of theelaim, and
afler stating that he had taken out
$00,000 in gold dust from the property
paid the official the royally of (en per
cent on that amount, consisting of
$0,000. For (his he received i receipt,
which stated that the royalty on claim
numbered so and so and on such a
creek had been paid for in the sum of
just $6,000. So;.n an unsuspecting
Englishman came along and asked the
claim owner if he had anything to sell.
The receipt on Ihe royalty puid on the
worthless claim was shown to the
Englishman, and the result was that
tbe valueless claim was sold lo him
for $125,000. The Englishman, afler
he had done two or three days' work,
realized that he had run up against tbe
worst kind of a bunco game, while the
"honest" miner had left for sceoes of
civilization in order that he might
tliere enjoy the fruit* of his fraud.
Grave fears are entertained that the
smooth prospector who worked the
above game was a former Montanian,
for the reason that a similar transaction was perpetrated on Mr. Edgerton,
some years ago, while he was president
of the Second Nat ional Bank of Helena.
A prospector residing in Jefferson
county for three years paid taxes on a
hand of cattle which had no existence,
and upon the strength of the tax receipts he secured a credit of eight hundred dollars from the hank and then
departed north. — Western Mining
World.
when 1 len yon mm  ..,.,.,„..-,	
f our town came down here and saw
bree fires, two fights, a runaway and
a thunderstorm in one .day. He went
hrnggiu' round about it when he gol
home, and inside of a week lie wns
thrown out of the debal in' society, and
his only darter had tn come home
from singin school alone,"
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A Record Oold Brick.
A despatch from Ashcroft states
that Parker's Cariboo stage line
brought down recently what is said to
he the largest gold brick tbat hns ever
been made, lt is the first cleanup of
the season from the Consolidated Cariboo mines. J, B. Hobson, manager of
the Quesnelle Forks mine, more commonly known as the Carlhoo mine,
says il is worth just $185,000. It is the
■esult of ahoul (10 days' work. The
outlook far another hig brick this full
is of the hest, and the nel i esult of the
season's work should not lie less than
$386,000.
 m».
Applications  for Certificates of
Improvements.
Notices advertised iu this week's
Advance are those of :—
Sunny Side, near to Eholt Creek,
(formerly called Prior Creek), lying
partly upon and Northerly of and adjoining Lot 2ii2, Township 70.
Lake View and Orient, KrugerMoun*
tain.
Oopper King, Kruger Mountain.
Sl. John Mineral Claim, Cauip Fuir-
view,
Opulence, Kruger Mountain.
Ecuador, Camp McKinney.
White Knight, Kruger Mountain.
J. L.  iCK.KJY2> SJOt
Seventh Street, apd see our stu<
Men's,   Youths'  and   Boys' 5,
At Bed Rpck Prices.
Millinery
ppened.
Also a
Fine Line   of
Being
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day*, front tiau- hiTri.f iiii.-ii.t In Apply 1..
thuCliluf (toinmiMioimr of Lun.li. nml Work-
lo nut and dairy nwny ll-nticr from tlm follow-
ing unreHorvwl nm! uni.c, iiiii.nl Drown Lands.
Martini! at a punt marked A cm Ilie nnri.li tank
nf tlie ■Stinilkainei.n Kivnr adjoining rWinrn
land on the west, tboncc 40 chain*, north ;
thenoo tin che.hn. west; thence f*Uohalni. *»ntiib:
thence t'-iii'tuoii- ei.-Ji ; thence 40 chain* north
un'...* the Hlinlllutmotm Itiver In point of eom-
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Dated this llth day of May. 1W0.
15       22 no
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18
pig iron from Alahania
$12 a ton, to Ihe Orient
Corn and Oatjs  12 00
The rate on
to the. coast ii
$18. ______________
Thus the but to be made hy tho
iiresxt Northern will lie iu no case more
than half of the present charges, and
in some it will he less than one-Hflh,
and even one-sixth,
"The only way we can give Ihese
rates is to get. dispatch," said Mr. Uill
recently, "and to aid ue in getting that
we must have appliances that will
simplify to a marked degree Ihe
methods now in vogue in handling
freight on the coast. We have con
veynrs on our new vessels that instead
of sending the coal to the hottoin of
the ship will have it neai the top and
let it distribute itself hy gravitation,
apparatus thut feeds the furnace automatically, instead of the fuel having
to he shoveltd hy stokers, No more
can we follow the custom of unloading
the goods from the cargoes inlo warehouses, and then transferring them
into the steniters, but they must he
put directly from the cars to the holes
of the boatB. Il, costs $1,800 to $2,000
a day to run such steamships, audio
detain them u inecessai iiy means much
money thrown away,"
The astute railroad president has
made a careful study of the cost of
handling on his line and on those to
tbeWMJt'h. H* estiiiuitHB that it lake*
$85 to take an empty car from the
w^^.
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He Wanted To Know.
He sat next to me in a ruble car—an
innocent looking old man, with a satchel hetween his feet—audi knew Ihal
he was wondering about lhe motive
power of the car. He looked up and
down and around and finally said to
me:
"Waal, I can't make it out, What
kind nf a car is thin anyhow?"
"This is a cable line."
"Oh, it is! Oot a cable somewhere,
Eh?"
"Yes, it runs between the tracks and
each car has grips on it to catch Ihe
cable."
"But what runs the cable?"
"Big engines in Ihe power bouses."
"That's it, el>? Leiiunc put it down
in my book."
He got out pencil and memorandum
hook and jotted down the fact*, and as
he finished I remarked that he seemed
greatly interested in the cable system.
"No; not, so much," he replied. "I
put ihem Aggers down because when
I get home I'll he asked whnt 1 saw in
New York, When I come to tell
about the cable cars, there's as many
as seven men in my town who'll stand
up and say I was drunk."
"Are cable cars new to your people?"
"Nobody in nur town ever heard of
'em, and I shall prohahly bo called a
liar 40 times while telling'em. Iain
a-carrying home one of those patent
egg-beaters what, turns with a handle,
and between showin' that off and tell-
in' about thu cable cars I'll likely be expelled from ihe church und driven out
of socio! y."
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FIRST CLASSJ/IeAlS  WELL  SERVED-
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor- waH over to Cbeiaw
jiorrow night promise* to
let held io Midway.
Rlokardd hn* returned
[weeks   viicatiuii   to  the
et, the grand ball toinor*
i aid of tbe Midway brass
laze wbo induing
|t Myers creek spent, Sun*
He returns today.
, Metbt-s ts at present con*
flied suffering from a severe
lakes is in at.tendence.
jobs bas returned from a
and Molsou.   He ie*
Lss as being quite brisk at
lace.
(-man is down from Beav-
will return tomorrow.   Mr.
•,'hn is a notary public, is
9 at Beaverton.
larmoth's cottage near the
J House is nearing coiuple*
la neat structure and will be
|nt to that porllou of the
, Cunningham has returned
j after an absence of several
Ing which time he has been
Iif. claims In tbe West Fork
li-Liine has returned from
While away Mr. McLaine
|unat.e in  losing his chest-
horse.    It strayed  trom
ng the night.
F.  Moxley has gone to
I to relieve the operator of
tne k Northern Telegraph
at that place,   Ed. Melville
Miss Moxley's place during
te,
U while Leouard Hosier and
lay of Hosiei were out hunt-
: shot a cinnamon hear, a
ance from tbe bouse. This
[bear of tbat kind found in
Ity.
(.nnt'.ll and H. Noble of Mid-
, Blackburn ef Oreenwood,
day for tbe Okanagan Mis-
Paonell will return in u few
biwro. Nntile and Blackburn
rnl several weeks,
ey leaves today for a few
in Gnpper Mounlain lo look
kuilier of mining properties
fr u interested.   Before re*
■ will visit a number of lbe
on the other side of the
bun! Iioundary line.
Imlit-tland nf Nelson, who is
■of ihe gang of men at work
P. R, Iniildings here, was
tn hy the writer when be was
|ipei'lntendenl for McFailane
i Ihe C. P. K.,wben tbat road
fit-it into Lnndon, Out. some
Murray is down from Tel
|mp wheie   he, in  cainpany
ilcMyun, are working on the
blaiin.   This claim is owned
ky, McMynn and N. Bailie.
(.ixiy-fnot  tunnel baa heen
a   distance of 51 feet the
encountered which proved
Ifeet in width.   Itis a white
prying gold and copper, and
no  assays have yel lieen
i thought, from the character
, that, it will give very good
fhe Biyfogle is situated close
ernational boundary line and
fce famous Southern Belle.
lowing, which refers to the
VV. Bubar, father of Stan-
Iranli Itnliar who own a ranch
Iway, is taken from a Ooldeu
fTlie people ot the lown weir
ko learn lhat Mr. 0.  W. Bu*
pager of the Columbia river
amps, had lieen accidentally
I'hile attending to bis duties
[creek on Wednesday evening.
Mr. Bubar was   not only
kteemed by bis own staff, but
• very popular with the people
i and neighborhood.   The un-
! affair, which has cast quite
over the whole district, caused
•oneutent of the compliment-
Suet which was to have been
I lo Hon. C. W. Wells, Chief
■loner of Lands and Works, hy
Diluents on Thursday night."
.*.
BEAVERTON NOTES.
ivn presents quite a lively ap*
Ihis week, as the contracts
tn let for tbe clearing of the
kin! grading of Broadway, and
) is in course of erection over
reek.
McKay k Matheison, our
-rprising merchants, have laid
|ndation for their new store on
ner of Broadway and Main
nber of lots have been sold
. and buildings will be erected
> at once.
etition for the postofBee has
signed and will lie for
| to Ottawa in a few days, and
that the powers that be will
j»r request at once as there arc
free hundred iieople aocommo*
Tit.
lis progressing very favorably
iCanni and Sally groups, and
■» finding rich ore on both.
«the want of the wagon road
•stbrldge very much, and hope
i new Government will order
P»g of it at onoe.
Some Interesting Account* of Canadian Bravery and Endurance.
One of i he finest lh|ng» tlm* has appeared in news-papei llteratnra comes
from the pen of Mr. Garnet, Odium,
son of Mr. E. Odium whose descriptive
accounts of travel have from lime In
lime appeared in lhe Vancouver
"World." Mi. Odium in writing!,, Ilti
eastern paper describing the march to
Paardelierg, "■"d the filial bin glurlnns
charge nf the Canadians, iu which a
score of ihem went lo Ihcii death and
to immortal fame says :
"The ceaseless rumble of the transports at length is stilled. The heavy
tramp of feet is silenced as lhe long
line of tired and thirsty men comes lu
a hall. Twenty thme sandy miles nf
veldt have lieen coveted, but Ihey
know Iheir errand, ami aie eager to
press on. Small rations uf coffee, l,ls-
cuit and rum are served lhe men,
Hark I Boom I Booui I Tis artillery!
watch the men now, No sign of languor or weakness. Every one is alert
and acl ive. No need nf the order
"shun.' Every man is iu bis place,
Quick march I They step off, I.nt iheir
spirit cannot be hushed. Even a, they
marched, some to their death, many
to suffer painful wounds or the loss of
lin,lis or health, the laughter anil mirth
and light-heartedness, almost careless,
resound along the lines."
" 'Cheer up, you'll soon l.e dead I
one lad is heard saying to a comrade.
"'Well, if I am 'twill help this u,
live,' was the reply, ns lie touched the
maple leaf on his helmet. Thai was
his last speech,"
Here are words which should live in
Canadian history as the deeds which
they record. "If I die,'twill help ihe
maple leaf lo live" is the language of a
true Canadian. Iiis the waiehward,
the battle cry of patriotism. Itis the
patriot's version of Ihe watchword ol
the cross, of Christianity, "He died
that yon may live." Were there ever
nobler words spoken? Were there
ever words Ihal more truly expressth.
feelings of Canadian hearts? Iu I his
case they were the death song of n
young and indent life. Could any
soldier wish that snhlluier wind
would he his last? "lf 1 die, 'twill
help the maple leaf lo live." This is
the spirit iu which the Canadian l.oys
left home. It is the ..pirii in whicl
they marched to battle in many ai
action which has brought new glory li
British arms. It is the spirit iu which
they all fought, iu which some of Ihem
died for their country and their Queen
Il is beautiful; il is glorious, Brave
hoys are dead, but the maple leaf lives,
and lhe Biilish Hair floats over new
lands that will henceforth lie the home
of freedom and of justice. The maple
leaf has earned a place on the Union
Jack.
The (lev, E. P. Lowery, senior Wes-
leyan chaplain with I.ord Robert' nrinj
in writing from Jacolndull says in
reference to Ihe Canadians : "I was
struck most of all by ihe number of
noble-looking Canadians among Ihi:
big hatch of wounded soldiers, all ol
them proudly glorifying in heieg pei-
milted to serve and suffer in the nam.
of so great a Queen, and in defence- of
so great an Empire. Among them 1
found Color Sergeitnt Thompson, th.
son of one of our American Methodist
ministers, the Rev. James Thom|teon.
Resting against tbe inner side of s
wagon wheel was a most gentlemanly
Canadian shot through the throat,
and quite unable to swallow any solids
To him, as to several others, I was
privileged tn carry a large cup of life-
renewing milk. Lying on another
wagon was a middle-aged Canadian,
shot through the mouth, appareiil.lv
unable at present to swallow anything
without, pain i but he begged me, if
possible, to buy him some cigaielles
that he might have lhe. solace of a
smoke ihut there is nothing of the
kind on sale within miles of this camp,
and cigarettes of my own I have not
yet begun tn carry ; though I always
have with me the silver malchbos
Ihroughlfully given me liy an Alder-
shot jeweller that, I might now and
then light n weary soldier on his way.
The cigarette, however, was not long
sought lor in vain ; and a word or
Christian greeling was made none lhe
less welcome by the gift. Lying by
Ihis man's side was a wounded Fieiuli
Canadian, who could scarcely speak in
English, but. lmd come from far lo
defend the Empire that claimed him
also as a loyal sou; and yel another
sufferer told me that he had come
from Vancouver, a distance of eleven
thousand miles, U. risk or if need be.
Ui lay down his life for her who is his
Queen as well as ours. As, itl the
name of the Motherland, 1 thanked
these men for thus rallying around our
common flag in the hour nf peril, and
tenderly urged Ihem to la* as loyal to
the Christ as to their Queen, the mean-
lug look and hearty handgrip spoke
more eloquently to me Ihanany words.
In almost eveiy case the responsive
heart was. h*re. Of these Canadian
-the tirsi conlltigen.-our generals
speak in terms of highest, praise;   m
already some twenty have been killed
and nearly seventy severely wounded.
The  Doniinion    moumi '"*"-'""
heroic dead as we  nrn on*  W>
sleep side by side beneath.-- hu "
Ing sands; but thus are f<W<* "»
ml than golden chains which > J
the heart, of a wldely-sun*^ W
to the common throne around ahull
we all are rallying.
vinniiu DULL
A Uriiwl null will lie Imiil under the
iiuf-ileim of llio
Midway Brass Band
— IN —
NOBLE'S HALL, MIDWAY,
TT LJ I I.llll
Assurance Co.
Financial  Statement, January
1st, 1900.
— ON-
Tuesday, July 17th
Tb« nbjwt of tho Bull Is to assist In jrarchas-
Inn Imlrunicnu for I liu Umnl, ond as this is an
ohjnot lhat should bate tho support of every
puliUc-spiritwl rtwUeat cf Midway and vicinity, • Utire UUnidtim-e is raqumtod.
Commodious Hall
Excellent Music
Good Supper
Whioli will lio son-oil ii|wUii™ by W.
HT. QUINTIX, CAUirer.
Grand March, 8 p.m.
0mm antf have a Qood Time.
 ■♦—-
Admission,
including
Supper,
Hy order of Uomralttoo,
W.H.WEBB,      J.O.THOMPSON,
l-KMhloiit Secretary.
G. E. RICHARDSON,
Musical DlrooUir.
Municipal Itoniis and Dc!toii_rou..t TAS.T7B l!i
" ' ' " '• HUMI 29
li/,IB7 iix
Gove
— /eminent Bonds	
Dominion of Canada 4 por con I sl oak
Bank, Imn Company and other
„   "tookii  'DSIAUK,
CompKiiy'D Building  (15,01 ll IKI
Cash on Hand and an DodohII  rai.'sn 71
Bill* Itoocivi'blc  53,007 7il
Mortgages  ,'K,5W IKI
Due from other Companies-Cur-
rent Account*  lH.lss 711
Intercut Duo and Accrued  «.ffl »i
Agenta' Balance, and Sundry Acotti. Wl,m M
^Am'.mK
DEATH OF FRANKLIN McLEAY.
The Eminent Young Canadian
Actor Taken Off by Brain
Fever.
Had Made His Mark In London.
In the loss of Franklin McLeay, who
died of bruin fever at London, England
ou tl..' lllh met., Cumuli, has lust one
nf her most eminent men. Mr McLeay
was id Scutch parentage, horn at Watford, Out. He waa educat" d .it Wood
slock Baptist College ami afterwards
took 11 course nt Toronto University,
obtaining a wlinliirship. Before gra
.hinting he accepted tlie innsteishipof
modem langunge-. at the Woodstock
Collegiate Institute, Inn dnringa vaca
tion t'liir h>* inei thi' vet* ran actor,
.luiiies E. Mill-duck, and this iii".-ting
hanged his wh,.le future career,
MuMoi'k induced liiiii 1.1 11 it nil tbe
School of Oratory In Boston, nnd on
leaving there he adopted the stage as
a profes-ion. He Hrst jnind Wilson
Barrett's company, taking small parts.
Imt scon wui'ked himself np t.i the
front rank. Mr. MrLeny mnde a spe
r.ial study of English literature, and
was a SliakisperiHU scholar »f some
authority. He had p'ayed nl'ogcther
ill over forty roles, the ne'st COtlspio
nous uf them heing lag", tbe Bishop
and thc Deemster; in "Ben Machree"
the Tetraroh in "t'l.iiiiliai."; 1) alatus
and Claudius in "Virgiuins"; Father
Christmas in ".Silver King''; and Nero
and the Bat in "Pharaoh". Mr. Mc
Lcny had written fur The Km uni and
other magazines. His last visit to
Canada was two veins ago, when he
ap[<eared in Wilson Barrett's conipany
Recently he was playing with Heer
hohm Tree in London, and on the occasion of the OUawa tire Mr McLeay
organized a benelit performance in
London, a number of the most noted
members of the theatrical profession
tendering their servi. es for the event,
M. A. P. has the following regarding
Mr. McLeay : Mr. Franklin McL'ay
is a Simon Pure Canadian, the only
one on tbe English singe. His grandfather is a superannuated offlci..I of the
Hudson Bay Company. As n scholarship man, Mr. McLeay had four years
at Toronto University. Athletics aud
politics were his hobbies, and he was
a politician nnlil he became an actor.
In his own country he is well known
as a famous athlete. He still holds the
championship of the qnsrlerinila in
intercollegiate spoils and lias also
cross-country and half-mile medals.
When he left Canada h- was mplain
of the champion Association fool hall
team of America, and also of the I'm
verslty baseball team. Off the stage
Mr. McLeay is a tad, fair man. «ith a
smooth face, keen Line eyes and curly
Monde hair. His manner Is exceedingly mild nnd amiable, and he is the sort
of man who gets on with everyone.
He is an adept in the art of makeup,
and on the stage is Invariably disguised
out of all recognition.   At present he
is playing the quaint and a sing role
of Quince, the carpi r, in "A  Midsummer Night's lire,m."
Last vear lie look a leading part in
"King .lolm," nnd «on the unstinted
praise of the critics. He occupied a
foremost place in the theatrical world,
and   theatregoers  will   icel   his  loss
keenly.       <t^	
$10 Reward.
The nliove sum will he given to any
■son reluming to R. Gardom or F.
McLaine, Midway, a dark chestnut
„„.rc .Viih small hla'/.e in face, hrnnded
B X on left side of neck under  inane,
large scar on right side of face,   which
veil from Beaverton on Wednes*
,he lllh insl.   Or $5 will lie given
1My person givlmr inf, atlon that
lead to its recovery.
Address P. W, McLaine, Midway,
B, O.
pel
w,
mart
slni
day
to a
will
ASSETS.
LIABILITIES.
Losses under Adjustment 1 171.982 3o
Dividend Payable January, UNO....     50,000 IW
$ taUMjiii
Net Cash Assets >2,I00,3S0 50
Capital .Subscribed but not culled in 1.101,1 iki IKI
Seeurlty te Policy Holders >3,I00,380~60
Income tor the year onding Doc, 31,
1899 $ 5,532,7(1 511
Losses Fuid Since Organin.itloii of
Company to DnU) $28,748,388 30
Board of Director*:
Hon. GKO. A, COX. President.
J. J, KENNY, Vice-President.
Hon. S. C. WOOD.
Mrssiib. ROBT. DKATV. GKO. H. It. COCK-
BURN. OEOKGK MoMUltRICH, \V. It.
BROCK, HUGH N. HAIRD, JAMBS
KERR OSBORNE.
W. B. RICKARDS,
Agont, midway, B. C.
®i
****(&
D.LHL
Practical Watch Maker,
COPPER  ST
GREENWOOD B.C.
Qood Tools, Plenty Miterlil,
■nd 30 yeers experience to do
work correctly.   .  .  .
reu.. ** r* . ^aaa a a m. .i.A.fei
NOTICE.
HAVING retired from business in tbe Oakland Hotel, Midway, B. C„ I hnvo placed
all debts due to mc wilh Mr. Juin.-H Sutherland,
Notary Public, of Midway, for collection, wbo
in hereby authorised to roceivt- payment of
the same, and give receipt.
8 D. R. TAYLOR.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE In hereby given that the partnership herctflfore existing botween Jauien
M. Lynch and D McDuff. Hotelkcepers. at
Camp McKinney. II. C. uiubr the Arm name
nf Lynch St Mrltutf. hat, tills day boon dissolved
by mutual consent, the said James M. Lynch
retiring therefrom.
The business will be continued by the said
D. McDuff, who assumes all assets and liabilities.
JAMK8 M. LYNCH
I). McDUFK.
Dated this 15th day of May, 1900.
NOTICE.
DAY'S after date I intend to apply to
„ tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands ami
\T0rlt8 fjr permission topurchPM'3*iiliicrosof
land as follows : Commencing al .1 point, on the
North bank ol the Similkaiiieni River, thonce
North 10 chains to South boundary nf Indian
Reserve No. 1. Chnchwaybn; thonce along said
boundary 80 chains east; thonco South 411
chains along West boundary lino of Indian
Resorve; thonce West 80 chains to boundary
I'l.iiimencenient, and containing 320 acres more
or less.
This notice was posted on thc 10th day of
June, 11X10.
8p C. K. OLIVER, Applicant.
NOTICE.
Siity days after date I inteiul to
upply to lhe Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 180 acres of unoccupied mire
served crown lands, viz.: Commencing
;it, a post at S. W. corner post Lol
HXHGl, on the hank of Similkameen
River, ihence North 20 chains, thence
West 80 chains, thence south 20 chains
to the Similkameen River, thenee
along the Similkameen River to point
of commencement, and containing 100
acres more or less.
This notice was posted up on the
llth day of May, 1900.
A. F. PROCTOR.
Spokane Fall* and Northern Railway
Company—Change of Time.
Effective Sunday, June 3rd. The
Spokane Falls & Northern will change
lime and inaugurate new service as
follows :
Day train will leave Spokane 10:85 a.
11., arrive Nelson, (1:00 p. m., arrive
liossland 5:80 p. m.i will leave Nelson
11:30 am., leave Rossland 12:115 p.m.,
arrive Spokane, 7:10 p. m.
Night train (new service) will leave
Spokane 9:15 p. tn., arrive Rossland
(1:30 a, ni.; will leave Rossland 11:00 p.
111., arrive Spokane 7:0511.in.
Great,   Northern   standard  sleeper
will be attached to the night trains.
11. A. Jackson,
6b General Passenger Agent,
BUSINESS LOCALS.
JOB PRINTING-Get your printing
done atTHEAnVANCK office. Good
work, reasonable prices.
JUST RECEIVED— Something neat
in Invitation Cards and Hall Programmes, at
THE ADVANCE Office.
TO LET. the cottage near the School
House recently occupied by Mr.
D, G. Munro.  Rent $7 per month.
U. JACOBS.
H. L, Sawykr.
C A. Sawyer,
$
At the Sawyer Brothers livery barn will be found
good single and double drivers, ladies' and gentlemen's saddle horses, and complete packing outfits,
Parties to the West Fork country given special
attention.
Daily stage to Greenwood carrying passengers & Express
SAWYER BROS.,
LIVERYMEN,
MIDWAY, B. C.
•JUULJL
T. M.Qulley&Co.
AAAAAAAA4AAA
Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums.
************
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMERS.
Large Stock.   Low Prices.
************
V.   3Mt.   GULLEY   St   CO.,
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD.
^»»»^»»»»i^»»Mi»M»CCCe<«6^e-c«*ii««««««««':««««*>'>»«*
I The Travellers Insuranee Co.., |
I YrrnnrrrirrsiTrTTT ?
1 .... Of Hartford. Conn. 1
I rnxrirTinri
t
Chnrtorcd 1S63.
Stock Life and
Accident Insurance.
«
ISSUES the lii'sl life insurance
I contracts in the world. No
ilisiippointineni us lo dividends.
Everything (ruarmiteed in ad-
vauie. Premium rales 15 to 25
per cent less than those of old
line Mutual companies.
ASSETS	
January ist, 1897,
$20,884.53
LIABILITIES, .. 17.9ao.j60.29
SURPLUS   .... 2,976,424.36
The Travellers Combination Accidenl Policy guarantees foraecidenlal
under ordinary conditions.
Loss of Right Hand     .     . t2,;">00
Lomk ut Lug at or above Knco  . i,5eo
Loss ot Lrfl Hand     .    .     . I,um
Loss ot Kiihur Koot 1.IIIJ0
Loss ot .sight of Ono 1 yc   .     . ,050
I loath Iloiiclll      J      .      .      . $500(1
Loss of Sight of Doth Byes     . ,000
Loss of Iloth Koct or Both Hands 5,005
Loss ot One Hand and One Koot .".,000
Permanent Tolal nimbi! ty 2 5110
Lirpits of   Weeklj* Iridernnity $1,300.
AND, if such injuries are sustained while riding as a passenger in
any passenger conveyance using steam, cable,   or   electricity as a
motive power the amount to he paid   shall he DOUBLE  tlie sum
specified in the clause under which the claim is made.
Cost $52 a year  to Professional and   Business
Men.and Commercial Travelers.
Other sums at proportionate rates
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BBITISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAY B, (',
******************99<t0b9*99tl9S<i*«99e999*********<
Midway Horse Pasture,
T. M. GRAVES, Prop,
TO-
Pack and Saddle Horses for  Sale.
If you have lost 11   horse,   (tend me  the brand and if is in tlie
country it will be found.
TERMS  FOR   PASTURING  $3,00  PER MONTH.
Single horses delivered in Midway, $5.00 per month,   Two or more
in Midway, each ijs-l per month,
delivered
THOS. WAKE
FALLS HOTEL.. .
PROPRIETOR.
The   hotel   is   centrally  located and is  a slopping  place   for   stag,  lines
Good fishing in the vicinity.   Good staliling.
A variety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
1 fl C ___,_. _m wmmmmewxraa^smtam^
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood City  Boundary Creek. 13. C.
We have opened Ihe above hotel at Greenwood City, nun are prepared
to welcome guests and provide good accommodation, Good (tillering. First
class Livery Stable.
J W. NELSON   -    • PROPRIETOR Bfotioo.
OOFPRR Kinu MiNEiiAi. Claim.
Situate in the Osoyooi MiniiiK Division nf
Yale district.     Where   located:- On
Kriiftcr Mountain.
TAKK NOTICE, that I. ('lin.*. do It.
Oroon w agonl for Spenoor Cowiim,
'j,,. miner*! oortlfloato No, u&tkl, intond,
.jixty foxy* froe. the date hereof, to
apply i" the Mining Rooordor f'.r n ('niiflcatc
oi IinprovomontA for the punxMti "t nbUUning
u i'i-..vmi Hi,11it uf ihe abovo cljiiin.
And furthor laka notloo thai m-iion, unnVr
Beotton 57. musl bo oommeneod iwforc the
.--ual,"- ni -iaii i erliflcafc ut liiipro*ements.
Datod this Uth day of April, IMO, i
OHAS, null. (IKKKN
WOTICIl
Tim Sinsv Bide Minkkm. claim.
Situate In the Kettlo River Mining Division ot
Yale District. Whore located: Near to
Eholt Creek, iformorly called Prior
Creek,I lying partly upon and northerly
of and adjoining Lot 262, Township 79.
XAKK NOTICK tliul I, William (iifilmin
M.-Mvnn, free miner's oortlfleato Nu.
il. lutein!, Kiity ilnj-K frnm ihe dato horoof,
looppiy to lhc Mining Rooordor for • ririitl
cilia of Impruvctiie.nK tar tho purpose uf ob«
talnini; n Crown (Irani uf Hu' abovo olalm,
Au.1 further take notloe thai notion, undor
section 37, must he qpnimoncod bofore the
issuance of such OarUflaatoof linpravamopts,
Dated Hii- Kih day of Maroh, 1900.
WILLIAM (I1IAIIAM MCMYNN.
MINERAL ACT, 1806.
Certificate   of   Improvements.
M*o_-xc_r
WHITE KNIGHT MINERAL CLAIM.
MINERAL ACT 1896,
Certiflciite   of   Improvement!.
NOTIOB.
MlGAWBBR MlJ.IJltAl. CLAW,
Ch.Kitn     xrx   tho    Oi„xno* Milling   ilivl-lon    »"«•**» In  tho  OSOVOOS    MlnitlK   Division  Of
Sltuato   in the   Osojoos Mining Division       raie District.   Whero locatod; On Kru-
of Yalo   District.   Where Locnted; Krucor       gor Mountain.
Mountain. X**K,,; NOIIOK that I,Chas. doBlols Oroon,
TAKK NOTICK that I. Chas. DoBlols Oroon I «ciIuk o« agent tor Frank 11. \v„i-
magonl for C. Lt. Arundoll froe minors laslon, [rue minor's .-. tun,....- No. 38803,
• N 1.62182 x. Intond, duty days intond, sixty oils (nun thc date horoof, lu
from the date heroof, toapply t" the Mining apply lothe Mining Rooordor for a Certlfloati
Rooordor forn Cortiflcato of Improvomonts for, oMmpruveiurni... fm- tho purpose of obtaining
tho purposo ol obtaining a I rown Oranl of tho at'ruwn tii-fliit uf tha abovo olalm.
abovo olalm, ,     , . ,   >   And further take notico that aotion, under
Aiidfurthet take noUoe thai aeti  umlcr ,ci.ti„n :,;, mM   | ommonood  boforo Un-
 «■ ..'he iumu, texicb Oortlfloate of improvements,
Dated thin llth day jif Juno, IW).
fe (HAS. m.lt.OREEN.
Iseuancoofsuoh Oertlfloato ol Improvements
Datod this 17th day of April, A. D. 1900.
CHAS. Hull. ORKKN,
•
Mineral Act 1896.
Certiiicattf of Improvements.
WOTIOB.
St. .Iohx Minkkai. i'i.um.
ti, ft, ti. m
Situate In the Osovoos Mining Divlilon of i,.t£]'*.e-*_e_*ie_
V
Yale District.
Falrvlow.
Where looated :   Camp   f(» ft 'P'.*'_*
NOTIOB,
Last VIEW AM- nmuM HmBBAl Claims.
Situate   in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Vjiie Ulstrict    Where locatod : On Km-
Ker Mountain.
-AKK NOTICK thai I. Chaa. del).Green,
ns agent for Benjamin   Ai,di-r*o.>  free
lniner'H   eertilleale    No. B0713,  and    II.   A.
Bowermao froo miner perLiflcato Ko.  BjSHl,  ,,,„,U,.M,: y,, ,-i„.:,:i. _ ,| Charles \.-i- frei
Intond, slxtj  days from the date heroof,-to   rM,.„.rv,...,.ii,,„,,. v„   _ -,,,.,.,,, .,.,,,iZ,.,
apnli toth, MlnlngB der for a (Jortlflotte     ,,',',, _Sjhe«rf to at  I     ' ihe _tl'
, f Women.. . ,r 9opatmeatt obtaining , %*£ fg*t 'ESm&ffilmJSmSSB.
"' rn"" "'■' ' '" '''"'" '"""* i tor the purpose of obtaining a Crown Oranl 3
And further take notloe that action undor  '*
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of   Improvements.
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illDWAY, D.U
Beautifully situated at tlie atom ef Boundary Creek and Kettle River.
w
'ht
TIk
The
ILL BE The ,m,st iini)"i't;int raiIw;i>'town in the Kctl,e Kivor ^iiiin;4 "i'
The Western Terminal and Divisional point of the ColufflbiaJk Western Railway.
The Wholesale Supply and  Manufacturing centre of the  Kettle Kiver ami \- .-.
Creek Districts.
distributing  point for  Upper  Kettle River, Went   Fork  and Camp  M   .
mining camps.
nearest Railway town to Republic, Meyer*. Creekj  Palmer Mountain   -
Northern Washington mining camps.
leading residence town   in   the country, with an excellent   climate, p
supply and favorable Sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
.-KM. KiHl MAI'S. 1*1,1« ES AND I'l I.I. PAIltll 1 LAM TO
A.M, WOVENDEN
-SS:,4 THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd. '
M. cHiits::,
A _. ■ 11!   I"l   lllilill ( ,      '
Midwa), I
,m
. ,le
TAKE NOTICK that I, l!ol*ert Btory Hall.
as agonl for Kdtrard i i«ik, free minor's
1 '.l-.'.y.'~.i_i_'__l'.t_i]i_ll'_m_]'_£.i, ii'. 2i'~'.~'.1f'.12'.LZ'.'.f'.'. *,.t£*i.y' il'-il' 'I'.i'.i^',' *'Ui'. il' i','.l','_l'.'_i'.'. I'.fj'.'.f'.'.i'.'. il'. i,.till£li.i\i~,.'.l,.~'.'~'.'..-'.'J
fp ft* fl, fl* t.s t'l* ft* t\, t'l, to'it VJ**|wiwJw'w!w.» V'wjw'v /Ji^wIC/JwJwiwI. *I»'#|W|wIC#I'r5IwJwIC ".\fi\Z t,, e',te,, ,,, t,, ,',, e',Zi'.Z.\r,
r- An Ideal Residence Town.!
P.- 'io;i ,'17liill-J[ I"-.-.,||,Jim r*.-.-.t In-fore l!l« ItSXX-
Ulx'C Ol KUCb Cerliiiejlte of Illll'lo. uinclltg.
Dated IU»37th<laj ol Uareb, I Ml.
0HA8, dbB.ORBKK.
Anil further take tintirr ihal nction. nn.ler
section ST. must be oommeneod before the lam-
nnce of mcb Certiticjite of Dnprorementa.
KOIIKItT STORY HALU
Datod thin llth day of May, 190.
MINERAL ACT. 1896, 	
Certificate  of   Improvement**.; Y^T     H    VVFRR
NOTIOB. j ^
OPULENCE MINERAL CLAIM. ;
Situate in thc Osoyoos Mining Wvljlon of i n»««*:^«l
Yale liistrlcl.   mure  located:   Kere-I *___ KraCtlCal v__»
meos Creek. !
TAK.j NOTICE thai 1. Cha*. .l.-Rlo',. Green,'
mU^xjteVB^iSgWv^, IfVAGON AND CflRRIflflF
from tbe onto Itereof, to apply to the Mlnlhxltc-   ■"■UU.t     rll\U     Unl\l\inUL
1       :1 t a  »riitle..tt of iinprovciiienis, fur tho
purtKi-e of obtaining a Crov.u  Grant of the
above Z;:'ii.
And farther take notice thnt .vtinn. under
Beol i     :,:. iii'i-r  i«- I b (,r. the
usvaui' of sueli ^r:": ■*'.-• ..f bujirovementa.
Dated thia lOth day uf Jan.. IM
Tc CHAS. DKBLOE QRREX.
MINERAL ACT, 1£96.
Certificate   of   Impro .ements
Notice
ECUADOB Mimjual Claim.
Situate in the Kett'e River Mining DivMon of
Yale  Disirict.    Where  located:  Camp
McKinrr,.
TAKK KOTICt that I. Chaa.doB.Oroon,
iw agent (or Imn an Iinnnld. free
miner> wi Ideate No. B30738, Intend, -ivn-
da - from the date hereof, tn jij.ijIi- Io tiie
Mining P.eeimler for a Oerttfleate of Improvements for ihe purpose of oblaining a Crown
Hrain -if the abore olalm.
And fnrllier take notice that action, under
section 37 inn*! be eymnic-ne.-d before the
iviuuic.' o( such Ccnifleate of Iniprovemeute.
Dated this IJth day of June, 1900.
Jo (has. den. iw.ms.
Buy a residence site whilst
: there is plenty of choice.   Pure
'. air and water, beautiful scenic
surrounding's,  skilled   resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families.  Try it.
Foi< Prices anu Terms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO.. LTD.
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.
MIDWAY.B.C.
WASHIM.S   (ALLKI)   KOli  AM>
DELIVERED.
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St, Luke's Home,,,
A Private Hospital
and Nurses Home.
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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
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FEET.
For terms and all other information apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C. Camp McKinney, B. C.
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