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MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3.   1903.
$2.00 per Year.
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If:    (C. P. R. PENSIONS
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A HAPPY l
AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
TO all; |
j
I DESIRE TO THANK ALL FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR THE LIBERAL PATRONAGE BESTOWED
jUPON ME DURING THE YEAR JUST CLOSED, AND
j HOPE. BY STRICT ATTENTION TO YOUR WANTS
I AND SUPPLYING YOU WITH THE BEST GOODS OB- g
ITAINABLE TO MERIT A CONTINUANCE OF YOUR
I FAVORS IN THE FUTURE.
I RESPECTFULLY,
1 J.MCN1C0L.
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ARRESTED-
Charged with Numerous Petty
Thefts, on Christmas Day
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL
U mppn*td to hive Stolen  rtoney
trom the Boys at the Mother
Lode end Poultry, Whiskey
and Cigar*   from
Oreenwood.
EMPLOYEES
It has transpired that the
breaking into P. Burnt* & Co's
Ibuteher shop at   Greenwood,
and the theft therefrom early
on Christmas morn'ng of some
poultry, wag   not a drunken
freak, as   supposed, but was
only on. of asarie. of patty robberies now believed to have been
committed by a man Riving the
name of  Mike O'Donnell and
who had for a few days been
working as a laborer at the
Mother Lode mine.   The several offences he is accused of are
the following.    On Christmas
eve, whilst a Christmas Tree
entertainment and dance were
in. progress at the Mother Lode,
the company's office was entered and about 98.00 belonging to
the mine clerk was stolen from
a pocket in  his clothes  hanging up  in his room adjoining
the office.    Before  the  dance
commenced O'Donnell excused
himself forgoing for the reason
Liberally provides for old
and faithful servants
System is entirely voluntary on
part of the Company, will
cost employees nothing.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
Comqany has issued a circular
to its employees, signed by Sir
Thomas Shaughnessy, which
announces the inaiigura tion of
a pension system.
The following Copy of the ciru-
lar explains the plan:
"The company feels that a
time has arrived when some
provision should be made for officers and permanent employees
who, after longyeare of faithful
service, have reached an age
wherethey are unequal to the
further   performance of their
when in the inteiest o liecuin-
rany it is consideited wise to tin
so. Six months' notice is to Le
given to those who are compulsory retired.
The pension allowance authorized is upon the following
basis:
For each year of service an
allowance of one per cent., of
the average monthly pay   ra*
ceived for ten years jirecoditi;,'
retirement shall be granted. For
instance, tin employee has beon
in the service for 10 years, ad
received an averago for the last
ten years, of fifty dollars per
month.   The pension allowance
then   would   be    10  per cent.
(1  per cent, for each year),   of
$50, or $20 per month
When pension allowances are
authorized, pursuant to the
regulations given out, they will
be paid monthly during the life
of the beneficiary, provided,
however, that the company may
cancel any pension in case of
gross misconduct on the part of
the pensioner.
The   establishment   of   the
system is an entirely voluntary
one ou l,he part of the company,
-    ... ... ,
duties. With this object in
view, the directors with the approval of the shareholders, have i ,  .-   . •
after a careful study of the ques-1 «*>d will not cost the employees
tion, determined upon a plau of anything at all.   The rules and
.. ...       I MA.vti1ot.nna    want    \r\tai   fiffeet
superannuation, the particulars
of wh'ch are set out in the accompanying rules and regulations.
"The system adopted calls for
no contributions for the employees themselves.
"The company hopos, by thus
voluntarily establishing a sys-
-  -   . . * x
regulations   went
on January 1,1903.
into  effect
At Camp Fairview
himself for going tor wie rraiu"« voluntarily esinniisiuiig tt ajroi
thathehad no money, but when tent under whieh a continued
the boys returned to the bunk J i,u.ome will be assured to those
Certainly It's Cold       f
1 CLOTHING
I
1   BOOTS
1
i       &
1
SHOES
AND
But good warm Clothing will keep you warm any w
BE-
1 day. Don't go around shivering in cheap, shoddy K
I Clothes, but call in and get goods that will defy th e W
% winter's chilly blast. It costs but very little more, and ^,
$ besides you will look like something in an up-to-date ||
8 Suit of Clothes or Overcoat. Purchase now and en- %..
joy the winter, it is liable to last a long time.
.GROCERIES'
1
AT
HAIN & CO.
;_.■_,,. In do
As to where to buy your footwear, call on us.   A y
__.
ft trial purchase and you become our regular customer. $•
I Good quality and low prices combined never fail to $J
1 give satisfaction. m
I If you art going to l(efep 1
Year's res©-1
"Ki
M
To economise during .903. fe t» **) «■ °" |
ryi„g i, out ir, .0 purcta your groceries fron, us, wc |
„„l,pyou,okcc„it,i»f»c,we.i,U— eta |
itUkept If your -**** I" t™"    *h i
|CMSeoP„,priccSrorc.,oicc.fre5hGroceraS^|
f*. ■ *_.  vuva
W/oKh      BICYCLE  AND
f T Wit MACHINE REPAIRS
PAINTING jD   SKATES       .'„
AND      (V SHARPENED
SIGN T,
 WORK_
midwaYand
greenwood.
Maynard
The vein ou the Providence
mine has widened out to 18 in.
in the bottom of the shaft.
The ore has the appearance of
carrying high values, pud some
of it was shipped this week.
Some 30 feet of dead work had
to be done on on tho incline to
again reach the ore body on
account of a fault, its dip being
too Hat for the shaft to follow
it.
house they found him with a
couple of bottles of whiskey in
his possession.   He appears to
have then made an early trip to
Greenwood, for about six o'clock
the Burns premises were entered and some dressed turkeys
and geese stolen. Some whiskey,
a lot of cigars and a little money
had already   been   abstracted
from the   St Charles   Hotel,
Greenwood. O'Donnell returned
to the mine, and he is stated to
have there admitted   that   he
had some whiskey  and cigars
"cached" and offered one of the
men half the proceeds if  he
would collect from the Hotel
Norden the money for the turkey
he had sold there.   Next morning he did not go to work and
when his room mate returned
on coming off shift, he found
that O'Donnell had drawn his
time, cashed his time check and
had gone to Green wood. Thinking    his     sudden     departure
suspicious the roommate, Chas.
Vaughan. looked to see  if his
money was safe in his room, but
found that it had bran taken.
As near as he could tell he had
about 950, all of which had been
stolen.   The   next   known   of
O'Donnell was his hiring a rig
and driving to Eholt, where he
evidently got to work at once,
for some clothing   was stolen
from the room of John Holmes
at Kaiser's hotel, and the same
night the cash drawer at the C.
P. B. station was broken open
land the  cash-only a   snuilli
' amount,     fortuuatoly —taken.'
O'Donnell had during the evening left a grip at   the railway
station and, suspicion having
fallen upon him, this was opened and Holmes' things found in
it.   Provincial  constable  Darraugh was telephoned for and
upon his arrival at Eholt he
took O'Donnell into custody and
escorted him to Greenwood to
the  provincial lock-up.   Monday morning  he was brought
beforo Justices of the Pence I.
H. Hallett and C. A.  Rendell
and   committed   for  trial  on
three charges preferred against
i him.
who after years of continuous
service'are by age or  infirmity
no longer   fitted   to   perform
their duties, and without which
they   might   be   left   entirely
without  means of support, to
build up amongst them a feeling
of permanency in their employment, an enlarged interest   in
the company's welfare, and a
desire to remain   and   devote
their best efforts and attention
to the company's service."
The benefits  of  the pension
system will only apply to those
persons who have been required to give their whole  time to
the C. P. B. Company, or to the
company aud some other  railway conipany jointly.   In case
of joint employment, and when
the  whole salary is not   puid
by the  C. P. B., the   pension
will be estimated upon the proportion of salary or wages paid
by   the   Canadian   Company.
Another very important clause
in the rules states that all  officers and employees who have
attained  the age of sixty-five
years   shall  be   retired.    The
governing committee, however,
■ • *    .—*_
have powor to  vary   this
Will sink 300 feet on Morning
Star—Deepening  Stem-
winder Shaft.
Later information from Fair-
view sta cos that a shaft is to bo
sunk 300 feet on  the Morning
Star, not. 1(0 feet is reported iu
our  !as   issue.   The   Morning
Star group is stated to  be under bond to a  New   York  syndicate, among the  members of
which are Messrs E. L Simpson, Jefferson llogan and T. A.
Bell.   The bond is  reported to
call for   an  early   commencement of development    operations and    payment  for    the
pn party is to  be    in   instalments payable at different periods  during  12   months   from
date, the total cash consideration being $25,000.
A beginning has been  made
to deepen tlio main   shaft on
the New Fairview Corporation's
Stemwinder mine, on the 300-
foot level of which drifting and
stoping   were    carried on  for
some    time   until   the  recent
temporary   shut-down.   Meanwhile the  completion   of   the
cyanide   plant   is   proceeding.
With both the Stemwinder and
Morning Star at work the outlook for Fairview camp will bo
regarded as more encouraging
than for some time past.
uie
To T
jD 11C
id's
also prov® a prosperous
^ this year will  b® th® sam«
fumist
jod goods at fair prices.   I thank
:he past
and ^^^^^^^^^
Ao fe Thomas
to merit It In the future.
—-_■  rH_-
 _. . 1'ut-llnhiid weekly nl Miilway, 11. C,
Srt'wcriptlon prlco, |2 00 pop annum, piiyablo
'n a'lvriiioo, oltliop yo.irly or halt yourly at tho
opiiiin nf the Hiihsuribor.
Ailvortinlii*ratMnont,on application.
SATOitD VV. IVYU tit'.    8,  llli.
It is to be hoped that while
tiie C. P. li. C.jiupa y is actin
so generously with its enipioy-
ejs that it wili remember the
press and be less stinted in re-
c prociting favors.
Usually a mm nutkos an effort to have as much as his |
neighour, lu fact there is generally a sort of hidden jealously
regairdln i tiieir pt ssessions,
but wheu it comes to taking a
newspaper all this jealously
oases, la' instead of endeavoring to equal h's neighbor, he
borrows u'oin the other fellow,
mid feels proud of it.
It dooin't take much to
furnlciisjiU.) newspapers with
sufficient material for a story.
A sKort time pggp J. J. Hill
stated that he told his boys if
they did not attend strictly to
business they would get fired
just as quickly as any other
fellow. With this in mind an
enterprising, reporter on a Chicago daily makos a good story,
incidentally snowing that Hill
is as good as his word, by publishing au account of the dismissal of one of tbo' sons for
neglect of duty.'
ljil.wn.iikc. At Si. Paul Knilwkjt,known
nil mer tii*' Union km tlie', (ln.il Rail
■(vii y ruiming I tic "Pn inkkb 'I.IMlTKli'
ti tiiiis evei y dny mid night hetwecn St.
Pnul nnd Chicago, nnd Omaha and
OhioHftti,''The titijy perfect tmine in
the world." Uml cial and : Uunnet'
tioitaate iimiW.wilh ALU Ti'iiiihcuii
tiiit*iityl l.int'H, asr-uriiiK to pnssMiigt'iti
the. hem. Kerf|i{jt* kttow.u,, .l.iixin ions
coiii'heH, clccti'ii' litfhlH, siciiiii heat, of
a veiitv equaled .liy lio other line,
Sec that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" \\Inn going tn any pditii
in the Uniicil States or Oanntlti. All
tirkel agents hi. I lliem.
Vlir rirt«»v pninphlets or othei  inlor
it>ation, address,
E L, Fobd, H. S. Howr,
Trav. Pil'us, Atft. Uoniiml A(tonl
SPOKANK. W^SII
I'OlVVu'Nii.'Olt
BO YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
ATENTS
1 The outlook for Midway during 1003 is extremely encouraging, Tliere is no doubt that the
construction of the V. V. &, E„
will be commenced at an early
date, and Mr. Hill has stated
definitely that the road will be
completed til the Similksameen
this year. The C. P. B. is not
going tor'iillow tiuy other road
a monopoly of tlio country west
of hore and will, natural^.enough, coniinc'H'.e operations for
tlie extension of its line westwards, not late:1 than the spring.
Not only will Midway derive
great benefits from, the construction of those two linos of
railway, iti a direct way, but
the district west of here will be
opened up and become a great
country, for which Midway
will bathe distributing point,
There is almost e.rfcain to be
at- least one smelter erected
here during 1903. With two
railways under construction,
one or more smelters building,
with the activity that there
will be to the west of here
the business centre for which
is Midway, tliere is certainly a
bright future before us.
n
The following information is
taken from the roport to the De
partment of Trade and Coni-
merco Ottawa made by special
trade Commissioner Mr. Geo.
Anderson. In 18!)8 the percentage of Yukon trade was ton por
(ent. (anadian and 00 per cent,
f u'o'gn; In 1002 70 per cent.
Canadian and 30 per cent,
foreign, i.u tlie retail prices of
certain commodities there has
been a great reduction. In 18-
98 the prico.i of flour, potatoes,
and sugar wore 30 cents $1.25
an 1 $1.00 por Ib. respectively, in
1002 the prices were six cents
eight cents, and seven and a
half cents. Miners wages were
$1.50 par hour in 1898 and 80
cents in 1902. Tn 1808 tho gold
produc.ion was $9000,000 in
1902 $11,000,000. The number,
of men engaged in mining is
8,005 not including prospectors
Bituminous coal of good quality has been found at many
points. That being mined at
White florae lias been tested
on the locomotives of the mil-
roatl. ar.d pronounced equal a
<lutility to the Comox coal of
Vancouver Island.  Copper has
- __       ' HftAitfili■..„■ 't.)A:.,-,ii''\Z \'m-.„*•,
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants/   '
Markets at: Greenwood, Grand Fork*, Phoenix $
_ir|d Midway.
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ments, and agricultural probabilities, Mr. Anderson, says in
part: "Pratical miners have'
every confidence in the district
and from the number of claims
that are being recorded, there
must be: a large area unpros-
pected nnd undeveloped. Canada has a great heritage in the
Northern Territories,. indeed
the area is equal to a vast empire. It may be a frozen land
for months in the year, but th&
climate is no less favorable than
the province of Manitoba, and
the North West Territories.
The future depends oti the activity of our development. We
will nevor know what we have
until a railroad is built to the
Great North through Canadian
Territory, and as soon as practicable this ought to be done
The government with commendable energy and foresight,
have erected a telegraph line
over two thousand miles to
Dawson, and I trust the time is
not far distant when it will be
followed by a railroad Inc. The
agricultural possibilities, I he-
believe, are unbounded, and
there are millions of acres in
this great new unknown possession susceptablo of cultivation. I tun quite aware that
this statement will be discredited by many, but some of us
remember that less than a
quarter of a century ago many
wereofthe opinion that Manitoba and our North Wost Territories were uninhabitable and
tincultivable."
Why you shnuld liny
also boon disc
AVx-'x
•,.,'
h te
Horse.   In   regard   to   future
mining projects, future develop-
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
ISBCAUSK it is the lies! t|tii,lily
DE0AUSI5 it is most Instliiy chew
BE0AU8K it. is the 'lujii-fji. high grade
10 or 25". pIliK
nE(1AU8K the tag" are vnlimhli* for
|tt .'iiiinns until Jj»n. 1,1905
DKl'A'JSKyiiii' tWer Is ■nrhnrlm-d
III     lefHI'll     Ml  I'   Hlr|l|/M'
ynu mm imt sntisHcd.
THE EMPIKS T0BA';C0;0„l.td
am
'ii',
-n
Edltorally Fearless
Consistently Republican.   >.
, , .'• tyjxml xto'.x ,-■■
Now»from nil. of t|io tn*p|d-We(l: .
written, original, «uirf<M—Aiwjt-pn-. .
lo qiioriuH- Arlli'lcH on Ilinltli, I be ■
Home, tVeif BcMti? n'nd"<n Work'j,
AIhiuI llir: Kuril, «ikI Orirdun.
•'■''' :'"ig(|»» '     ■ ■ jj -;
Ia a motnber of thn As+ml itul Prtis..
Ihu nnly Wwtcrn ,V«w«p,ipor ruoelv-
ing ihe unllra tologrn|ililc nowi wirv-
tee ot the Now Vnrk Sun ami "pucliil
cabin of tho New York World-dally
repirU from user 2 (Ml fpwiliil cor-
ratpondonU throughout tho country.
T.E1« Qklm>W
*  Thi. .Ve«kly liiterOiwAii one ycbr,
1   bi'th pnperHfor tSf.AO.
Tradc Mark*
Designs
xwmw -       Copyrights Ac
AiiTonfl Minding a sketch and dflMrlpttnn may
_...,._._ »„.»■„ «... -.pinion froe whether an
deniable, Conimuiilm*
  17 -uiitiut»i*iru, Handbook on Patent*
emit froe. Olihwt nitenojr fur lecudjiipateiits.
PatenU Uken throiiirh Munn & Co. receive
tptcUU notice, without chanre, tn tho
AUTMI1U --in-Ill-)  t* ■■Hill, nm* u>™,
quickly uaoertntn our opinion froe i
' Invent lmt in pMblbBT patentabla' C
tlonnttrletlyooutldehllai, Handbook
■ent froe. Oldest nitenojr for ticcurtni
Pittonti taken ttmiinrh Munn ft i
HtUtl notice, without chanre, tn the
Scientific American
. handsnmoly H|w.tnt_' —"~   * * ■*■
-jilallnii of any Bolentlll
rear; lour months, #L
nraneh OfAoe, m t \
—   mmm-wm        V	
A handsnmoly Hlnstnted weekly. I ..re out dr*
mini Inu of any ertentltln Jminial. Terms, |8 a
rear; lour months, #L Sold by all newsdealers.
 »•""«—». New York
loffton, D. C.
t fit. Washington* I
TICKDTS
-.TO ANU FHO.M ALL-
POINTS: EAST VIA
•J
Railway
'   S.')OBT,LINE
.  '   -tti, v,':./:iTO
5t Haul, Duluth, (linneapnlis, Chicagi
'     AND POINTS KAST
I'lirmiKli I'nlnri' nnd Tpnrlwt' Sloi'pors
lilllllK  anil   Itilll'rl   jSinnkillg   l.ilnriry   Cnr
DAILY TH.MNS • KAST TIWK : SKItVlt'l
■   -ANllHtJKNKIIY UNKIJUAMHII.
Kor ilRtee,  KylilcfK nnd  IftiU InfiiriiinlUili
'■nil on (it nilffyclc,
tLBiwiuinvi.i.i^ifcir.fA'.,  -j wi'
.., ,rt.mi W..Biypi-MileA'i;c>H.e.
*    .   • Siuikaki** Wash.
t.^f.'pENyjSTO^.tJ. W. P. A..
Seattle, Wash
rvifNE^AI  ACT.
"ertiflcate  of  lni|)rovements
Jfoilos,
Hmni.iNi) Cntitr Mimciui.ci.-iii.
•Ituate  In  ths  Kettle Mining Division 0
j Yale Ulstrict.   Where Located i-Beav-
er Creek Camp, about one mile Norll
!   East of Beaverdell.
rAKK NOTlt'K that I, Forbes M. ;K,irln
aa agent for Fayiiltn Hnrrlii fro,
nlnur'a .        ccrlfflnnto No.        n.uti:r
nli'iul aixly dnvn from the ilate hcimf, lo nt
il)' in'tin.' Mining Iti'iiniil. r for a OoHIIlMli
rf liiiiiriivi'iiu'iitr.. f'ir tho piupoHo ot obtnlnlii)
Crown Uruiilnt thn.abovo i Iiiiui.
Anil furtli.r Hike notico thnl action, undn
ection ,17. niiihl Ix: cnintucnccii Sirfiiro 'Iir Ikhii
xxpx) ot Hiich cortilicato of imp r, ■cinrm .
Hutcil this lllill day if Nororoliur. IC02.
Kul) 8        KIIIIUKS M, KICI.IIV Agon
lhe Canadian Bank of Commereo
With Which is Incorporated
The; Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: T0R0N.0.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.
RESr, $2,500,000.
B. E. WALKER, Gen. M?r.
HENRY F. MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS: WAI£P„.FRQPRIEfoR.
'.  '.ji." ' ':ii";— xI   . :   ... a...  _!
This hotel is centrally located arid is a stopping: place for stage
lines.   Good pjtatflin? oti the premises.
0r\lvj the choicest b.ar\d$ of Wines, Liquors,
'•'7 and Gig^rs At tKe Bar
i\i
I
^STflGE^
Carrying His Hajesty's flails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p. m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. nt,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m., and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
Th« beet of aooommodatlon for
tho oonvenlenoe of tho
, „   travelling publlo.
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR.
CROWELL'S
HOTEL...
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
OOOOOOO
Headquarters for Railroad,
Mining and Commereial Hen
First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel.
S. A. CROWELL, Prop.
iiit'i* _ * ■#.
I   We have added patly to our \
I stoek of Type, Borders, ote., and |
* ■•■■ iii *
■f *
I our Job Department is now equal i
I to any in the Boundary eonntry. f
* *
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\ We are also in reeeiptofaf
I large consignment of the best I
J quality of all kinds of Sta- J
ftionery, including Wedding |
J invitations and Ball pro-1
J grammes. J
I We print or\ good paper, arvd |
j m tKe most approved style        j
J LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, !
I NOTE HEADS, ENVELOPES, POST- |
I ERS,     STATEMENTS,    HUSINESS f
I CARDS, CALLING CARDS,  BLANK I
t
I FORMS of all kinds,  BILL OF SALE
Ij FORMS   for mineral   claims, SURVEY-
II OR'S  AFFIDAVIT    FORMS   for  field |
I'i notes etc. "
i
li
*
j\ Trial order solicited. *
I ADDRESS :  |
"*ia The Dispatch,    j
* MIDWAY, B. C. I
T 4
I r     • i
MTUATKI) AT BOUNDARY VAl.tH, II. C. "..a*A ■> * ♦■+ ** xtrair v mm vmmrw >■■ n
Tun Dispatch will hereafter
be issued on Hiiturdiiy iiwteiul
lofMonduyftS formerly.
John Mi'Laren and daughter,
Elsie, of Cumin, spent the holidays with .Imnes McNicol.
A. B, McAuley, Customs Officer nt Carson, visited relatives
in Midwuy during the holidays.
Mrs, T. Kelly, of Hudson,
North Dakota, is spending the
winter with her son, T. J. Kelly
of Iliis town,
A. F, Thomas, Midway's enterprising druggist, is giving
.iv,ny some very attractive
,.,i|eii(lars.   Call and get one.
A proclamation was toiled
Wednesday liy the lieiitenant-
jro\cr;ior, announcing the incorporation of the City of
Grand Forks.
Quite a numher from Midway nt tended the masqtieVftde
bull ut Chesaw on Thursday
evening. Jas. H. Hush, dressed
iwn policeman, was awarded
the prize for tho best costumed
^enllcinan.
C. H. Hash, accompanied by
I). W. Mc Vicar, of Nelson, went
tlirough Midway on Thursday
on their way to Camp McKinney, wliere Mr. McVicar will
examine the Day ton clnim.
.(. H. .Jackson, slaughterman
for P. Burns & Co.; will move
his family to Midway next
week. He hns leased from A.
A. McPhail the house on Ith
st., where Mr. McPhail now
lives and who will remove to
wliere he formerly resided, on
Palmerston .Avenue.
Mike O'Donnell, who wns Insi
Monday c< remitted for trial on
three charges of petty theft,
particulars of which are given
< n the first page of this issue,
pleaded guilty before Mis Honor. Judge Leaihy, at Orand
Forks, Wednesday morning,
and was sentenced to nine
months' imprisonment nn each
charge, the sentences to run
concurrently,
The Greenwood city council
has pnssoda roaolufcloh requesting the provincial governnient
to withold from sale for nonpayment of taxes under the
Mineral Act, crown granted
mineral claims within the limits of (ireenwood city ponding
an application to the provincial
legislature at its next session to
p:iss an act exempting from the
operation of the Mineral AcX]
such claims whore situate within the corporate limits of a city
and the surface rights of which
have lieen sold as town lots to
various purchasers. The city
clerk was instructed to forward a copy of the resolution to
John Kiikup, of Hossland, who
is assessor and tax collector for
the district, as well as one to
the prov ncial government.
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Elkhorn   Bonded.
Phil. McDonald and Jas.
Sutherland now havo the Elkhorn mineral claim under a
working bond from C. L. Thoinet, of Midway, and are doing
some prospecting on it with
the object of finding the continuation of tho Providence
vein, believed to run into this
claim; flight or nine years ago
some of the richest oro sent out
from the Hoiindary Creek
claims- ami some rich ore was
shipped to Tacoma from this
district, by Howard Walters
and those interested with him,
in 1893-4—came from the Elkhorn, but tho oro shoot soon
out. several attempts
made to pick
________________      but so far
without success, but McDonald
and Sutherland are. determined
t<> try their luck at it.
i—m —
Will ship Ore Irom Non Such.
R. C, Longley intends shipping a car of oro to the tim.lt. v
shortly from the Non Such
claim, near Hoiindary Kails.
With W. T. Smith lie made ar-
fa
d.n.Buonm
fa
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Rinds of Work Executed to tbe Satisfaction of Customers
MIDWAY   MAILS.
nun
All  COI\St, irrritllrJ
..«,Crow'sNuk| U.K.
KiiMti'm Cfinndu
Hpukionr
H'ihhIhimI
N
Kairview
Hi |l. III. IVlltlrlilll I IJ. |l. in.
Vrrilllll. Ull!
(Jitsrjiult
Uruinl Porks
Pliootilx
Kholl
Oroon wood
All |il-. Kiu.l.*c Sunt
Wei,, Kil.        ('ninii MuKlinioj-jTiiuH..Thun
A StindiiyH ItiMk Creek       tx Saturday:
Ilk) p, in.   All VVosI Kork polllt8l8.no a. in.
Muilrr for points further wist of Midway I linn
('mop MuKIiiik'V ko via. [tevolfltokti.
Moiiuy orders from ti A, 111. to 7 p. to. with thu
exception nf ono half hour boforo dopnrtQro
and after arrival of malls.
Kit. A. HAIN.
I'mtinaster.
rungeiiKditslast full to do some
work on this property, but an
attack of fever incapacitated
him for two or three months,
so that tliere has been delay in
gelling a trial carload of ore
ready for shipment. Now it is
being got out and if results
come up to expectations, work
will be continued and further
shipments made. The Non
Such is one of a group of four
claims owned by the Republic
Mining Company, of Spokane,
Of the group the Republic and
Last Chance have been opened
up each by a 100-ft. shaft on
the vein, and the Non Such by
long tunnels, The ore is quartz
carrying values in gold uud silver.
J. S.   HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADIi FOR CERTIFICATES UF IMPWJVFMFNTS
ANU CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS ANU MINERAL CLA IMS
MIDWAY.
B. C.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of   Improvements
Bauikt Minkhal Claim.
Situate In the Ketlle lllver Mining Division
of Yale District.  Where located :  Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK Ihal 1 forties M. Kerby. as
agonl for l.yttoti Wilm it 8b it ford, froo inin-
uf's eijrlldraio No M1I7M. Sidney C, Cosons,
hm minors ortifleate No. H.UI4II. Alfred
Muller, free miners certith-alo No. nllHII sed
William Edwards, free mint 1*8 cerllflealo No,
HUM), Inlend sixly days from the date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining Heeonlor for a
(Jiirlilli'iiteoflrniriv i'ii ints, forthe purpose of
uljlnlliingii Ciown Grunt of thoitl.ive   aim.
Anil further take notice that action, under
section JI7, must lie commenced before the
issuance of suoh Certitlente uf Improvements
Haled this llth day -A November, IWIi.
Fob. 28. K0III1KS M.KKHHV.
Agent.
OlIKKNWOnll. II, C.
H# NICHOLSON,
—: Notary Puhlic,
REAL RSTATK,
FINANCIAL AOENT
and MINING BROKER.
Camp McKinney, B.C.
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
NADEM..FLOOU   BLOCK   •    UKEBNWOOD.
p_ M. KER3Y,
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E,
Provincial Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
MlllWAV   ANU UllKKNWOOD.
DR.  SIMMONS,
DHNTIHT,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phone 1)0, V. A N.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER,
Spokane.Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway, B C.
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235
gave
lmvosiiii.' been
the vein ii], again,
Quvernment Office Statisticts.
The office statisticts of tho
Kettle Hiver Mining Division
for the year 1!H)2 are us under:
Vrne Miners Certificates,      711
do. do. Special,
Locations, mineral,
do.       placer,
Certificates of work,
Abandonments,
Certificates of iinprovm'ts
Conveyances,
Placer leases, _
Nearly all those figures are
lower than the corresponding
returns for the year 1901, but
ina district in which the prospector has been gradually making way for the minor this is
only what is to be looked for in
the ordinary   course, of events.
As another indication of the
changed conditions it is noticeable thnt in the matter of certificates of improvements applied
for there was during 1!K)2 a 60
por cent, increase over the records for 1901. As an application for a certificate of improvements is preliminary to obtuin-
mentof acrown grant or patent for a mineral claim, this
increase shows the passing from
the prospecting stage to that of
pormnnent possession
property concerned,
amount of the mining revenue
collected during 1)102 is not yet
made public, but it is evident
from a comparison of the records with those of last, yoar
that a reduction of somewhere
about twenty five per eout. in
amount of revenue received
must bo looked for. Against
this, however, must be placed
some gain in the total amount
derived from the mineral tux,
tliere having boon a consideralile increase  in the  quantity
of ore mined and smelted in tho
division. The increased revenue from this source will not,
however, affect the statisticts
of tho local mining division,
since this tax does not pass
through the hands of the mining lvcoi'd.r, bul that of the tax
collector at Rossland.
Other figures obtained from
the local office of tbo provincial government/ We that during 1902 there were 32 Supreme
Court causes in the Greenwood
registry, und 135 County Court
plaints. There were also 27
marriage licences issued.
Spokane Falls ^Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Fl Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & 6. N. By.,
Van., Vic.&E.Ry.&N.Co.
Tin* nnly all tail route between
point, cart, wo sl and south to Hnss-
IiihI, Nelson, Grand Forks mul Repuli*
In-. Connects nl Spokane with the
li mil Northern, Norffiern Pacific anil
;0. 't. k N. V,u. for points ,*ist, wist
{and smith ; connect!) m Ros-laud and
iNelson with th" (lunadinn Pnilic  Hv.
Connect**! Nelsnn with tllu K. II. A N.
Co, tor KiikIo nml Hlormi point*.
Connect• ut   Curlew  with  stage  for
(irevnwofMl anil Midway 11,1'.
llufl.t  ear*  ran  un  trains between
j K|H>knue and He|,ulille*.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, 1902:
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE be wee
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway. Stage will leave Gieen-
wood at 6:30 a. m„ arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at Curlew
in time to connect with the train for Spokane due 10:45 returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p. 111., upon arrival of incoming irain,
reaching Midway at 7:30 p. m. and Greenwocd at 9 p rn.
Will connect with Meyerhoff's Stage from all points V\ est
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
MMway Livery, Feed 4 Sale Stable I
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.
J. H. Tyrrell,   -   Proprietor.
SINGLE and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK   and  SADDLE  HORSES
Hay and Oats for Sale. - Bus Meets all Trains.
General Transfer and Dray Business.
of
the
The
LOST
On October 28th, a promissory note for $(!..., payable in '.")
days, drawn by A. \V. Huiley
and made payable to the undersigned, Finder will obljfio by
reliiriiinj,' tlie same to
A.  Horridge,
Midway, B. C,
For Getting- a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.---Ho Money
Required.—Every Man, Woman, Boy, or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
In order tn huve Dr. Arnold's Kng-
lish Tnxin Pill* placed in the hands nt'
nil persons suffering from Imd hi-iilih
we iiuike (he following most liheral
offer i~
If >ou will send us ynnr inttne mid
address nnd agree In sell for ni twelve
hoxes nf Dr. Arnnld's English Tnxin
I'ills nt 25". 'per liox, we will nice vmi
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch
and Chain in either Ladies nr Gen's
size, nr ynur choice of twenty nther
premiums sueh nstliie sets of .feweli y,
Kings, Violins, .Mrindiiliiis, Tea Sets,
Siiteen Skirts, Cameras, etc.    Itctinni
her we don't want any money until
iifler ymi sell the I'ills ntnl ynu don't
luive tn sell any mot. thnn 12 hoxes in
■ret tne premiums. This is a hoilit flde
otter from n reliahle concern that hns
given thousands nf dollais worth nf
premiums lu ag-nts all over the i-oun-
liy. Heuieuiliei' also lhat Or. Arnnld's
Knglish Tnxin I'ills are a well known
remedy fur all diseases nf the kidneys
and hlndilcr, Blight's disease, dlitlietes.
rheumatism, nervous ttoilhl. 8, and
female complaints, and aie for sale hy
all flrst class dnigirists and dealers in
all pntis of ihe world, You have only
to show I hem lu sell Ihem, Yon uie
nol olfei iug something thnl the people
don'l know. Our watches are the
regular standard si/.e for Lades or
(ienllfiucu in Niikel nr (ion Melnl
Oases with handsome illumiiia'eil dials
and reliahle timekeepers, wai cites
such as nn lady or gentlemsn need he
ashamed lo curry, and they uill he
sent ahsr-lotely Fits' to ull who sell
only twelve linxes nf those wonderful
Toxin I'ills. Write at mice ami he Ihe
thst in ymir locality to earn one of
those heautiful wntches uud chain. As
• nim as we receive ynur letter nr pnst
curd we Will send you pnst pud Iwelve
linxes, together with our Illustrated
Catalogue nnd henulifullv colored card
with your name uud address on as our
aulhnri/.i'd agent. Ileut in mind thnl
ynu will nnt he asked to sell anr mine
than the ilhi'xesand we don't want
any money until after you have sold
thetn. We hear all lhe expense nnd
are only making Ihis lihct il offer as a
method of advertising Dr. Arnold's
Knglish Toxin I'ills. Don't delay,
write at once and earn a heaultfiil present for y.nrsrlf for I'htistuiils.
Address
AKNOI.I)   MI-MUNI* CO., Ucpt. ilH
50 Adelaide SI. l-.ast, Toronto.Ont.
l.avo.
Arrive
».a i.m	
.. SPOKANK      _l.ip.in.
10.1.=, a.lll...
HOSSLAND               5.10pm!
7,00 n.in....
.. NKUSON        8.00 p.m,
II.Oii a. ri... J.
. flltAXIl KOHKti...     I.UOp.in.
11.15 n.tn....
ltEPl'HUe.   -.',         5.10 p.m.
XX.
A.   fXA.Vmt.MOXX,
ticneral Pa*setigor Agont,
SiHikn-iu, Wash.
Riverside Hotel
Rock Creek, B. C.
S. T. LARSEN, Prop.
Stopping plme for Stages to
and . nm nil Boundary
1 Oreek points.
Good Aeeommodalion for the Traveling Public.
he Mormon Temple.
CANADIAN'   ;
Pacific"'
RAILWAY.
AI.LSENSIBI.R I'EOPI.K TRAVEL
HY THE 0. P. It,
SPEED
AFETY
ATISFAC1TON
LEAVE MIDWAY 2SI5 P.M.
Arrive Wtlinlg-K — 'ArA day 8:51) a. in
Arrive St. Paul 3rd day 0:11) p. in.
Arrive Chicago  4th day 11:30a. in
Arrive Toronto 5th day 2:46 p. tu,
Ailive Mniitieiil ,",lh day Ih'ti p, in
Arrive New York—Olhdtly 8;55 il. in.
A I rip East over tho V. P
convince you thai it is lhe
WAY."
II. will
•ONLY
The Mormon temple nl Suit,
L.ke City is no doiil.,1 the most slill-
ium ial and well constructed i-nligions
rrlitii-.- ill tile United Stat'-s, if not. i'i
the world. (Joruer stone laid April (I.
1853, cup stone April (I. 1.S!.'2 nnd tlcdi-
0 ited Apil 6, 18!) t. over forty yours of
riinsiniil lahur hfiug roiisutoel in iis
^instruction This magnificent structure am fret long, 100 feet wide is Iniili
entirely nf lilaii « hite grcnite, heauti
fully carvd. syinholic of the Motmuii
faith, suruiniinted hy six to.i-ers, the
highest heing ii) fret froni tin ground
supporting a lin,n/.e statue of iin- .nog
el Marnnl, The oust of ihis linililing
is ahoul $(l,0:t,),(H)J. There aro m ny
other atlrai.'tiuns nl Sail Like City of
interest to ihe traveler or tmirisl.
where aday can he well sjienl. The
llio Grande is the only Trans-con li
uental mute passing directly through
Salt Lake City, where a stop-ovn' is
allowed un all classes of tickets. The
service uf the Rio Urande lines is mv
enrolled. Three trains dally lietween
Ogden and Denver, cit-ryiug ill clas I
sej of mod*-rn equipment, If yuu are
cnnipiiiplatitig a trip io lhe East,;
write lhe undersigned 'for inform i ion
regardillK rales via the "sitenlc line nf
the worlds" W. C. McBride. Oen"ml
Agent, M. J. Roche, Tin eli u Pae
*enger Agent, Ui Third 8i„ I'..ill..iiii, '
Oregon,
Boots
and
Shoes
A. Maslonka
formerly of Nelson, B. C,
has oqened a Boot and
Shoe store in Midway,
with a large stock on
hand.
Boots
THROUGH TOURIST  SLEEPING
CARS EAST.
Leave Duninore Junction daily for
Si. Paul.
Kootenay Landing Tuesdays and
Saturdays for To onto, Montreal aod
all  Eastern points.
Through Bookings to Europe,
Via all Atlantic Routes, Prepaid lii k-
ets ill lowest rates issued from all
European Countries.
Kurlli,' Infiirinalioii regarding the
C, P. R. and further proof of it heing
the "ONLY WAY" can Iki furnished
on application tn
A.   V.   HAII.KV,   Agent, Mlilwny.  ur
J. H. CAHTKR, K. J. OOYLR,
II. I'. A., A. (I. I'A.,
Mflwiii. II.C.       Vaiirativer, H.C
Commereial Job Printing
THE  DISPATCH
MINERAL ACT.
Certlflcate  of   Improvements.
NO'X'IOS.
H uj in an n I'uiiJK   Mis.UAi.  Claim,
Situate In lhe Kcule Rlier Mining Division Of
Yale Ulstrict.   Where looated i In Uonv-
er Cries Cun >. ana:   n to inile North
Bust of BeavjrJoll.
•pAKbiNOTlOiHhal I, Kni-lis M. Korby,as
I ngontfia1 KiyoLto liaruls, froo miners our-
tlttiMUiNu, nVill.1 Inten Isr.uy days   fruiii Ilia
datu hereof, to npp p to  lho Mining Uccordur
for a t'erlllkjalu uf  Iniprovciilcnts,   for  lhe
purposoof obululng a Orown Qriint of   the
nbovo olalm.
Anil fui'thoi' tnko not loo that  ni'tlon undor
*outlon 37 must bo ooiiitneiicoil boforo thu issuance of snuh rorililcnti- of Itnprovoincnts.
Date I Ihis liilh day of Movombor, llli:'.
l'"eb. » KDIUIK.S M. KKItllY,
Agonl.
and
Shoes
made to order.
Repairing   promptly attended to.
Ail work guaranteed.
Only the best stock used.
A. Maslonka.
$5 REWARD.
Siiaynl from the range nenr Mil
way, u yearling heifer;color red wilh
white Spills j hiMlided douhle circle on
lefl hip and halt of one car cut oil',
anyone leluiiiing snine will receive
ihe al'ovo reward.
I,under Bros.
Mld.i.iy, II. C.
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calved
Cows, Cows in Calf, Sieers
and Heifers, Hoar Pigs, Sows
and Young Pigs, Sheep and
Poultry, Saddle and Pack
Ponies.    Apply to
J. A. COULSON,
ix/_   miles from   Midway, or
Dispatch office.
ttZ^A
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I
.. MID
A
IS
[HE MAP TO STAY...
1
It will te the mist important Railway Centre in the
Intsrior af British Columbia.
It is in the centre of a
rich Mining, Stoek-Baising,
Ranching, Gardening Manufacturing, Coal Producing,
and Railway District.
Midway property will
make you rieh. It is not
a speculation, it is an in
vestment.
I
Midway, the coming railway, commereial. wholesale and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle River
and Boundary Creek Districts, is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek and Kettle River.
The  leading residence
^own in the country, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply, and surrounded by rieh agricultural land.
Business,  residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices,
and full particulars to
*
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\
A. M. VVOVENDEN, Sec,
30 St John Street,
Montreal, P, U.
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
0. M. OROUSK,
Agent fnr British Columbia,
Midway, B. 0.
©he §tepatclj
SATURDAY, JANUARY, 3,  ll...
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of  Improvements.
At Camp McKinney.
Work progressing on the Waterloo.—0 her Claims.
Camp McKinney, Dec, 30 —
Work at Camp McKinney has
this year been restricted chiefly
to the Cariboo-McKinney  Mining-& Milling company's mine.
Quite lately some  activity  has
been shown in connection with
the further development of thc
Waterloo, but difficulties, flrst
in connection with the organization of a new conipany to acquire   the property  from  the
old \V tt'irloo company, and later from insecurity  of title  to
the   mineral claim,  prevented
much   progress   being   made.
Now, hoWaver, these obstacles
appear to have been overcome,
and more energy is   being  displayed in opening up the shoot
of rich ore met with at the 1(H)-
foot level tliJtn has heretofore
marked tho development of this
promising     mine.     A    more
powerful   hoisting eng'n . has
been   purchased   nnd   shipped
from Spokane tp the mim, and
it has been deoided to sink an
other 101) foot bef »ro tho surface water   becomes   troublesome in tlie spring.
Ho far as production  is   con
corned  tins   Waterloo  has n
tonnage of cons'-quence to  nt!d
to the year's output  from  ths
cainp.    Prospecting  has   been
done on   several other pro -erties in th'j   e imp, but n i  iin
por tan t livciopnient. have been
report d    Three milei southeast of  Camp   McKinney  are
the Dayton, Dowey. .1 in Crow
Night Hawk aid other  cla;m
on the divide between the mai
Bock creek and the seut'i fork
of the stream, upon which surf-ice prospecting has  discloied
the presence of b'g  bodies  of
ltiinei-a! that glvo promise of
being well  woi'fcli opening  up
NOTIOB.
Napoleon M'i.-Ri.Ol.uM.
Situate In the Kettle River MlnlnK Division
ot Yale District. Where located: In
Beaver Creek Camp, adjoining the Idaho
Mineral claim.
TAKK   NOTIOK that I, Korho* M. Kurby,
n. ngont far Donald Smith, fioo minors
cortiflcato Na.  ii'dnss,  Duncan   Smith, free
minor* ccrtltlcate No. n51!;S7 and Alexander
Smith, troe min jr'tr certificate No. n51!ttl. Intend, ulnlj- Uny.*. ficia    the dale  hereof,   lo
upply lo Ilie Jiinii'-i lit(irdiI fir n liilifi'iilr
of Iiii-irovctiidilH for the purpoKc of obtaining a
Crown Grant of tho abovo claim.
And furthor Uiko notice that action, umlor
section 37, must be cnitiuiciiijji!   beforo thc
issuance of such C'erlillcnte of Iinprni onion)*.
DalodithU lllth day of Novcinbor, A. 1). 1902.
Feb. ffl KOKIIKS M. KKIIIIY.
Agent.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   of  Improvements
NOTIOB.
Knoh Hill Minkiiai. Claim,
Situate ln the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District Where looated : About
Six miles north from Beaverdell on the
divide between Beaver Creek and the
West Fork or Kettle River.
TAKK NOTICK that I. Knrhc* M, Kerby,
anageiit for Sidney 0, OotoliB, freo minor's
certificate Nn. nojillil, intend, sixty day* from
the date liorcnf lo apply In the Mining Itocnnler
fora certificate of Improvements, for thn pur-
pn.inf obtaining a Crown Urant of thoabiive
claim.
Ami further lake notico that action, undor
-loctinn   .17,   miir.1   ho cimiuiuni'cil boforo the
irisuaiico of Hitch eortillcate of improvements.
') ited Mils lllth day of November, 1002.
Kcb. 28. KOI1HKS M. KKHHY.
Agent.
The Midway Sawmill
WM.   POWERS,  PROPRIETOR.
MANUFACTURER   OF
All kinds of BOU&H and DRESSED LDHDER,
UTH and SHINGLES, SASHES and DOORS.
Band Sawing and Job Work done In order.
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
MINKRAL ACT.
Oertiflcnte   of  Improvements
VG3IO Sl
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
riARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc
A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The secret of noccesa in planting:, is, firot-Io secure Rood stock,
8Kcoi»n—to plant as soon as possible *(ter It is dug.
Trees obtained froni our nursery ean be plaited at
Midway two days after tbey are dug.
Price list, and full Information promptly  given.
**************** ***** **
Hen Wanted a I a    \
r
I To sfill for the large Fonthlll nurseries.   Appll
*    cations should be filed at once.   Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We fUrmsh guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
ID WKt.l.INOTON ST. K.
TOKONTO, ONT.
!
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ItlWIK    MlVIJIlM,   OtrAlMfl,
Situate In the Kettle River Ml.ilng Division of
Yale  District.   Whore  lucalod :  Camp
MoKlnnoy.
-pAKK XOfUlK lint I, Kuril'-.   M. Kiu-li}-.
' uk ixgttni ttw Met.  M. Winston froo inin*
w'k cut'lllli! >ki   Nn. it'Mtet. Inli'iiil. sixly days
fl'ulll Ihu ilitli' hereof. In npiily K, Ihu  MlnlllK
lt"C<>rder fm- n (lorilflciiln uf Itiiiii'iiviiiiiiJiitK,
Inr llii' ptirpnso nf nhliiliilnir a I'ruwi, flrunl.
uf thu nliOVo I'l.tiin.
And fnrlhor tnko nnl Irr thnl act Inn, Undor
soot Ion 117. must in- 6fti.tn6tl'.il hoftifo tho
iHHIIIllirv Of snoh Cirrllllrrllir .; l;n|irilVlllllllllU.
Datod llilsaithday of Juno 1003,
.ob.ffl, l.illllics M, KKIIIIV.
Agenl.
The school where thorough work is clone; where the reason
is always given; where confidence is developed ; where Book-
Ki'.i'.i'iNi; is taught exactly as books,ire being kept in business ;
where Shorthand is scientific ; where penmanship is at its
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Civil, Service, Tei.eguai.iy, English and Cartooning wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them howto be
successful. No argument is so eloquent as the record of
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no thief can
break through and steal the knowledge of How to Do. When
you know what a school cm do for you by what it has done for
others is it belter to trust to luck? Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., SpokanejjWash.
Stone & Wellington.
»»♦♦♦»♦♦♦*0****************************************"
Advertise in
The Dispatch.
Lancashire House,:
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
—§—-
The undersigned having re-opened this well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
,
BEST BRANDS OF  LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Fiirnitce-li.nted nnd .omfortiibly fnriiUhod room..
Mrs, Dowding, Proprietress.
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