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The Midway Dispatch C. M. Crouse Jun 11, 1904

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 MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, JUNE. 4.  1904.
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$2.00 per Year.
CONSTRUCTION
You in Suits
We have just c.pened up a large shipment of
Ready tO Wear SuitS made by one of Canada's
best clothing manufacturers, who own their cloth mills and are
enabled toplace the goods direct to wearers with all middlemen's
profits cut out and giving us the opportunity of saving you
from $2.00 to $5.00 a suit.
These suits comprise Tweeds, Serges and Cashmeres,
nude in the latest style and sewn with silk and linen thread
and filled with NEW CENTURY pockets which prevent
bagging!
Prices from $13.50 to $8.50.
Hats and Caps.        	
We have a splendid line of men's hats, Straws, Felt hats in
stiff, soft, and crush, including Stetsons'
Prices from $5.00 to $i.7S
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" TANGLEFOOT "
The drudgery of Housework disappears where it is used.
Once Used It Becomes
There
A STICKER
is no getting over
it.    1
Always Fresh and in Stock at
Thomas Drug Co,    Midway
pUfiiiiiiliiiiili
Of The Road Between Curlew and Midway
BE COMMENCED
At Midway Next   Week-Engineers Looking Over The Road
West ot Here - C. P. R.
Growing:   Uneasy-
Midway -Vernon
Going:   to
Build
Actual construction on the
ine of railway between Midway
aiib Curlew will begin next
week. Elaborate preparations
for the building of the road are
lieing made. On Wednesday
about thirty teams with outfit* and supplies arrived in
Midway, and Thursday four
carloads of outfits were brought
in. More will follow in the
course of a few days and the
entire distance between here
and Curlew will shortly be. the
scene of great activity, as it is
the intention of the Great
Northern to have trains running
into Midway over its line by
the end of October.
Two of the head engineers of
the Great Northern left on Tuesday to go over the line from
here west and itis generally
supposed tlmt work will not
stop with the completion of the
line to Midway but that the
line will be extended on to the
("oast.
The sudden decision of the
Great Northern to start construction is causing the C. P.
K. some uneasiness and there
is little doubt but that it will
be building in thc nearfuture. In
this connection the Nelson News
says:-
That there will be considerable
railroad construction is evident
from-movements that are now
being made. The Canadian
Pacific railway and tlie Great
Northern railway have evidently
renewed hostilities after a
peaceful period which has lasted for some months. Everywhere that their interests clash
along the frontier line between
Canada and tho United States
tht r« is a contest on.
The Great Northern has let
the contract for a branch to
Phoenix in the Boui ...y
country. Patrick Welsh is on
the ground at Grand Forks for
the purpose of letting sub contracts and it is evident that
actual construction work is to
be commenced soon.
The Coast Kootenay road
will lie a bone of contention
lietween the two roads. It is
said to be the avowed intention
of the McBride government to
let James J. Hill, of the Great
Northern construct the line for
the reasou that he asks no subsidy from the province und all
that he desires from it is tho
guaranteeing of the bonds.
The fear that the Great
Northern may build this line,
wkich will open ujj such a valuable country has aroused the
Canadian Pacific to action. It
is now said that Marry E, Mae-
lonell, freight agent in the K<>-
•31 otenays for the Canadian Pacific
I railway, is te make h reconois-
sauce of the country from Vernon to Hope in the interests of
his road. Ho will travel on
horseback and visit all the leading towns and mines iu tlio
Okanagan and Siniilkameen
sections for the purpose of ascertaining the tonnage and
tralic whicli is awaiting a railway. Then he will cross the
mountains to Hope. The trip
will occupy two weeks,
Although Mr. Macdonell is
very reticent as to what his
observations are to be used for,
the knowing ones say that it
will result, if the traffic and
tonnage in sight warrant it,
and the country is found to bo
in the advanced stage which its
friends allege it to be, in tho
Canadian Pacific at once beginning the construction of a line
westward from Midway and
than will build through the
Jj.anagaii and Si'nilxa'in.m
valleys aud ovei' tha m uritaitu
to a junction with the in tin line
at Hope. Whether this will
result in heading off Mi1. Hill
from   buildup  fn C iufc-Iv >.>•
t.otuy road, or whatnot- Inr.li
the Canadian .Pacific extension
west of Midway and tin Cnsfc-
Kooteuay line*, will i)j c. instructed remains to bi seen.
It is evidout, ho.vaver, tint at
least one of these roads will !»>
Iniilt.
Another road that is receiving
attention is the Midway-Vernou.
On Tuesday l.alph Sinailes, one
of the promoters of the road,
and who has been in England
and Xew York for the past six
months, left Midway to go over
the route accompanied by F. H.
1 las-en. chief Mutineer for tho
Company that is to construct
he road. If the Engineer's report confirms Mr. Sinailes' des-
I'iption of the proposed route,
work will be started at Midway
in July. As the road carries a
large subsidy, both Dominion
and Provincial, and as it is an
easy road to construct, possessing the advantages of tapping a
rich mineral, ranching and
fruit territory, there is every
reason to beleive that every
thing is favorable for construction starting in July, less than
sixty days.
Work will be pushed on the
Phoenix spurwithequalrapidity
as on the Midway-Curlew road
as will be seen from the following taken from the Spokesman
Review.
Work will be pushed day and
night on some of the contracts
for the Grand Forks extension
of the V., V. & E, railroad. As
most of the work is heavy rock
work there are many places
where night shifts of men can
be worked advantageously,
The officers of the road are
anxious to have the extensions
completed and iu operation before the close of the season.
Patrick Welch, representing
the general contractors, returned yesterday from Grand Forks,
where he let several subcontracts.
The subcontract for the spur
from Grand Forks to the Granby
smelter has been let to Andrews
& McDowell, who have also the
contract for the first one and a
half miles of the Phoenix
branch. Moston Welch has a.
subcontract for one mile of the
Phoenix branch, Henry Bole
has a subcontract for (KXK) feet,
Johnson &   Anderson   have   a
contract  for  four  miles,   and
Continued on |.»ge a. Published we
Midwai.' C
i.OOper .:.! ..'.
Subscription price.
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MR. BORDEN'S NKW POLICY , ,J
1 Iere is  the   kern; i   ol  the'i ■■''"
new Conservative policy:
"If it is the will of thc people j "'
of C mada, as declared by their ; J. j
voice at the next election, that i z.-_
another railway from ocean to ' jg|
oce in shall be built, owned and ■ -J-
controlled by   the   pe. pie   of j* -   '
.r. HiBLEi 'UM, WASH
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'IbNitftlNKf COMMER
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Canadai a:id not by the Grand I     i
Trunk Railway   Company;   il '.,,-.
it is the v.ill of the people that j ::.
V, i;li \.'h -a is Amalgamated
'  !   THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMB;
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HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO.
R   MFYFRHOFF   ps?op
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'in Capital,
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we    shall   assume   not   omv
Ail Axe : t     i
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nine-tent is but   ten-tenths
the   ol fixations nee -; iry
construct another
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ntal mad and bv th.it mens M    "Let the GOLD Z2&S7 twziia l?G-ysui* V/Ofka"    m
ent
tnown and control a  national a'5
railway from   the   Atlantic to
the Pacific,    the  Cons irvative
party if   return   It    :•.     ' ;-
prepared, in ac   rdan   i
the   will  of   the   peoj     ■
pressed,    to   p'ace   upon   i
statute ii i ik    :   Canada such
legislation as will    na      t   it
result ; i be ice mplish :d wi:h
the ie ist p .ssible   delay,      It
is for the  people    to    decide
We shall abide,    indeed    we
must abide, by   their   verdi t,
but let them  understand that
they have a choice,  that   the
door is not   | .sed     By expro-
pnuion or by  anv   other  fair **
and just poli :v \v ■ sh ill      irr)
out the will of the p ople.    Let
them determiii •   ivh :ther <' .-.-
ada shall have i  G >v  'w i :nt-
owned railway or  a   railway-
owned Government."
MR. FIELDING'S OPINION.
In reply to Mr. I! irden's
speech advocating government
ownership ofa transcontinental railwav. Mr. Fielding   said
Ul   DON OFFICE
XEW 1'CUiK AGENCY
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Agent*
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16 EXCHANGE PLACE.
rn addition the Hank has 107 branches and Agencies inCa
and the I7uit6d States, including the following in British C.
'hia a id the Yukon Territory:
•rr.ti.w  Greenwood,  nklso.v   Y.wcorvEii'2uiv.j
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DAWSON,       NANAIMO, LADYSMITH, VICTORIA
FERNIE, WHITE HORSJE.
BRANCHES IN THE UNITED STATE..
NewYork,        Sun Francisco,        Portland, Seattle, zixv...
D^jj-sits received,  exchangoi       ht an.l'sol.l and   everr   I*
sciniiuii of bunking biisine-s transicted.
Greenwood Branch
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LXERAL
that pnbli
:   opinion was   - »t
ripe for it,
The  Government
may be al
to correctly inter-
provements.
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p:'et public opinion in this mat-	
ter of   i   tn nscontinental  rail M
way, b .1 if the   tr;- it '■ ab   il
the first time the Libei il p i
ty have correctly  gaug  i  tl    f""1"' '"'
public    mind.    In    i J/S   Si'
John A. MacDonald   was  re-1
turned to  power.    Hi:*  policy T.
of a protective tariff for (' n t- s.
di m industries and   development ol  interprovincial   t a :■■ t -
triumphed   over  the revenue
tariff policy of his  o] | onents. ■■
The national policy was  again
endorsed py the pe< pie in 1882
and 1887, but the 1    eralle 1 I
ers would not adopt :..    In : -   "
91  their policy was      -• stri t-
ed reciprositv with the   I -nit • I
States which   was r
the people  including  m n\   of   | * ■■
the  most   pr m      it  Lii ;ral     \.l ',
hi the Dominion,    i -   •
ol public opinion th     reri     '    ft
to adopt the   n iti' ha]   po]        ;.
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party   were I '   ■•  ■
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» *> i m tt O 9 O *        "' WSall, cl' Repul.Ii.-. wa*- in
m^uuriiig the week   lo.
the prospects foropei -
iBver* stable here.
HL''r.iii.'.p-:;.in A'- ,m fv\.
Bo ■■-■s'-s-'ri-'piit  work  on
'^"'.'iiiil!    sil in''   "li Kellv B3J_flF._Tl^____S^_____!^T_fe.""''iSI     Stepping place forStasre. to
,,tl.oV,   ,F,„k. '    FHE MObT .DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONTINENT     PW^lBHy^-^ BIld fro „ Bo„nd_rv
flail;.' sta..-s wiil shortly Through Salt Uke City, Qleenwood Spring, Leadville, Pueblo, j^^fefe^^ ■ ^ktttt' J^A ■"*.§ Oreek pointa,
iinoioiuo nuici
Rock Creek. B, C.
S. T LABSEN, Prop.
Irteu   between  here and
Kirk   &   Wilson will
Colorado Springs and Denver
"'JL"££_,:!::,A DaylisKt pide TKrov,gK Nature'sMGaiH Good Accommodation for the Traveling Public.
top McKinney, will oper-
I other.
Passing Castle Oate. Canyon of The (irand,"Tennessee Pass,
Marshall Pass and the.Royal Gorge
Vule  Lumber  Company ! t*> _
ftrtly put in a large saw- J     _TR*WS DAILY BE™EEN 0GDE* ^D DENVER       2
Mi.lwayon tlu'-itcof that Equiment and:Service Second to None ~     -
iging t». W. I'n-* i-i--;. which <p..-r
burn.'il some montas ngo.
. Power--ol,! the site to that
npany this week.
EK   NO    FURTHER.   FOR    BETTER    CANT    BE, FOUND
For Detaile-T.lnfornitirion.* Address
WC. McBRIDE,   Oeneral   Agent
j corps of Great   Northern  ^ Thjrd StrMl
veyors under Engineer Whir
ahe left    Mi.lwav 01   Tues-       '       ' —•	
Eh.gi,i,K'.-r the iin.- of the        DR.   SIMMONS, The Fair Poute
•L_k F,. W.'.-r    ot*   here,     it   i-
Ijpd that construction  on DEXTIST
ad   from   here    to     th
PORTLAND,   OREGON
.via Chicago or New Orleans to
..   ,,               ,,             . St. Louis, is   the one that rives
Rkndell Block, Greenwood. .,          .                ■
ill be commenced   this y°u tne most for your money,—
Phone ao. v. * x. and the fa ct that tbi ILLINOIS
  CENTRAL  offers unsurpassed
C. J. LEGGATT, service yia these points  tothe
, sbopW     This  firmIBARRISTER AT LAW> WORLDS  FAIR, j.n.l  in   this
Rims & Co. are   making
rations    for    opening    a
eon tract for  supplying connection to all points beyond,
at used on the construe- SOLICITOR and        ' makes it to your advantage be-
the Slidway-Curlew road. ..,,.„. ,.„ I)T-I)TT/,   fore n-aking final arrangements.
in will also erect slaughfc- we can otter the choice of  at
s- ■■» a short distance south MIDWAY, B.c.  least a dozen different route-,
town. I	
inafles and H. C. Haz- p   M. KERBY
Midway on Tuesday  t. ............
Portland, Oregon
B. FL TitrMBfi.i.,
Commercial Agent.
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
pr   .t	
Iway - Vernon.      Mr
is one of the promoters
road and  Mr.   Hazel, is
■ngineer for the company
ha-  the contract for  its
Ruction. JUTcLEOD & BROWN.
proposed   route   of
Vernon        Mr -"ROVINCU-\L   Lam.    SURVEYOR
Axn
CIVIL    ENGINEER.
Offl c»l.'.". v.--••.> Forks,
BARRI8TEK
Grkenwo .-. B.
c< res   has commenced
■tr,    the   logs,   which   la.-t
iter he .'Ht on several ranche.-',;
me-li'.-' ly across   the   Inter-
ionai   boundary   line    from
ray.   They   will be   taken
ti. ■ Kettle river   to  Cas-
-.ml there tsawn into   ium-j Certificate  of   Improvements
Quite a large number of
will  be   engaged  on  the
J. C, LnrosEY,
T.F.&P. A..
Portland.! )re.
Paul 11. Thompson,
F. & P. A..
n.i'-Ii'.   Washington.
Tourist
Cars East
Many experienced travelers
preter tourist sleeping cars
tor the transcontinental
journey.       The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway
c tn arrange fcr your trip
east in tourist cars, offer you
choice nt routes and save
yon money.
H. S. ROW E,
Oeneral Ajent.
134 Third Street, Portland
Spokane Falls Morten TIOKETS
r -TO AND FKOM ALL-
Points   East
MINERAL ACT.
Railway C
Nelson k Ft,
VIA
STOTIOB.
Mm NT Adam-   MtXERAL Claim.
Situated In the Osoyoos Mineral Divisor.
lere is a   decided   improve-
in    business     in   Midway        of Yale  District.    Where  located
kthe letting pf the contract K,n*w"ouaula-
,.,.."       ._. ., -TAK.Y. NOTICK that I, C
building in the railway   I „. ,u.,,i; -„r A. w. t
AKK NOTICE that J, Chas.  deft  Breen.
,ito.  Kree  Miner'.
MINERAL AC
Certificate   of   Improvements
STOTIOB.
Butcher Ii iy   Mo'ek ...  Claim
Co.
, w . mnfTTT". w-»"» -r-frr-. ittt .""r
' nhere and Curlew.   The
a:v dohig a good business
lany inquiries are   being
for town   property.   The
sty  days   will   make   a
'i difference in Midwaj      d
■Tv *ht* end of the summer ,-.
one of   the   mosl   pros*
■  • town s in '. • interior.
i rail-.'   .•   |   wn  no place
interior oi   British Co-
H    v iii ' ■   ible to compete
id, si .ty days from   Situate ir.  the Gree
Mj
j'.r
Red Moiinia:1! Raiiway Co.,
Washington & fi. M. By.,
Van., Vic iE. By Co,
The  only  nil  rail   reutf  betw ■•■•
pnints pnst, wpxt ntiA smith to Ro---
, Un.!. Nelson, (irand Forks and Repuli*
lie   Connects at  fipokane  with the •
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(i'-ec Northern.Northern Pacific nnd
"J.. ,     0. '!. & N. Co. for points ens',  weet
f Ket"   and south ;c nne ts it Ro»Imi_ and
■ Nelson with I  ••' inxdi in Pacific Iiy.
McLeod
SHORT LINE
TO
iy, I9W
eB.GUEKX.
th   Midwav.
Anion''    the
fters for railwav*; to huild
In this point are : The (Jrv.it
Ithern, from here to Cu lew;
|V. V. & E. from he '.- to the
1st; the C. P.H. from here to
Coast: the Midway-Vernon
ay and a line from here
Yticin.   This makes ti\
Construction Will Be Commenced
Barns & Jordan have a contract for the terminal grounds
at Granby and the last five
miles of the road, The rest i t
' the work will be subcontracted
within a few days.
"It will require from 1500 to
2000 men and some -i": teams to
j iz
MINERAL ACT.
.It. the
work   within  the   time   Certificate  of   Improvements.
.     ., specified in the contract   and
ti projected railwav start- '          ,                  ..        ■ ,     >,,.
c        ,,.        .      \    ■, the   subcontracts,     said    .mi
trom   this  point,  besides ... , ,       ,.    „..    •    ,i     p„„
. ,  ,     .         '       ., Wel.-h at hisoflnce m the  I ey*
H'lyhavinu one railwav en- . ,       „<„,1,.i,-1..
1    ,       h                 ' ton block last night,   "huppues
pj  ie town. will be purchased principally in
[-.lurnnotand  D..a Mite- L^^^ territory aud shipped
turned on Ihursuay trom .^ ^ ^^ ^ thp Qrm[   ^
ra Uke, where  they   had Northern in bond.   I expect to      rail
obtaining spawn to stock rt,run] to Qrand;Forka tomor*      ''."
ldar>* creek with fish above row or next day to   loolt after    I
■M'i »•- Bouudary Fallsabd t)l(1 [nauguration of the work. ;; *
-'   Lake.   Mr.    Mitchell   is     ..()n behalf  of the  railroad  ■-■
|'r:"'.endent of the hatchery cornpany   the    work    will  1"'   ;:   .;'
"''ni'J'i Arm.   While on hi- ,u.;,.rvi.-^.Ml by   JamosH.  Ken*
J;'met with the disagree-     '      civil   engineer,   of   St.   ',
e?*Jpeneftceof being poiBou*   '   •        ..      .7        .,   „...
wthnni.,        i       7 • i   c... Thomas, .New Lh-iiii>wi.'K. «im ...
. "'i poi-,011 oak.   which   toi    invnw
'°-e affected his eye sight so got here last week.   HewilJ ne
wmake him  totally   blind, !lSsisted by four assistant   en-
}1' he
ConnectJ nt >>l«»n with rhe K. P.. _ >'.'
Co-for K"" ASl ' |:'U";   .  Spokane, Seattle and Coast Points,
Connects at   Curli-n   with   itnge   fnr      r . J
bItM e»r run  on  train,  between   St.   Paill,     MiniieapOliS,      .teagQ
Spokane and Itepubllc.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14, 19031 A XTi POINTS EAST
2Tx-alnn Daily ft
Frame.   Time   __
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Information, callon nr -Af.'.r -e
An\ Ai.cn. of the Great   Northern   Railway
H. HKAST'T.   '.P. tt T, Agent
! 8POKJ.NK, Vf.xfll.
3.0, YKRKES.G. W.T. A.
t»TTt£, W.,sn.
TOCONSUMPTIVES.
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WANTED
NOTIOB.
A   man  '     n
GKK..TK8T NCK-
UIOWAY and -
and iHk.
.  -'      "l ANADA S ;
s" in the town nf
minding country i
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i\k uii  i ; hm.
Th»- undersigned  baring boen restored
eolth by  -jniDle  moans after suffering (or
. - -, : i x-, 'aj'Ii a sr-rere '.Jing affection, and
In i-i dlaeaaeConsumption, i.-anxiou> xc
x.i known jo hi* fellow anffen themeins of
::■.   TothoM who desire it. he will cheorf-llj
r rj ifree of charge, a copy of the preur ription
OUR     HAHUl       Ol rillALllto >umption.Asthma, Bronchitis and all. hroat
■i_ Mineral Division of ..: A iung Maladies.   He hopes all r-Tifferer-wO
ere located. In Carmi       j^ Fruit Trees, Small FruitS. ryhis romedy, aatl i* invaluable. Those de-
ork of the Kettle river.       . ..,.).   CVinuhc   Pncos Iriog tbe preaoripHon, which uill cost them
..    ..     Ornamentals. Shrubs. Koses,     _   ;_ l.,..miyprevCil blo<siR(: will pl0M,
Vines. Seed Potatoes, «c.       *;,i ■-Rev. edwarh a. wilsos, Brooklyn.
■ ■ r- ■' r „    .  t| .. .. | tme and free froni 8an NewTork.
I ^ , ., ..   A. permanent position for I	
' .,      .  ,,,    ■  • •   man on  either saUry   or'
Hit ls, now ropoyenng and    •     n
111 % alnKht m a lew days.
.KOI'
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n'ANTKD - FAITHFUL    PERSON'    TO
call or  n tall   tx   le   and   agents tor  martu..
factorirgl   —    irtngwell eii.ablished buii.
■. --. : • al ti rrl! rj ! -traisht salary $A'i paid
weekly and expense money advancod : ptex
Iouj oiperli nee amiei taary; position perman*
, snt; hujinee.ssuccessful.   Enclose self-.iddr«_.
i>\cr 500 i,.rei j
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A. M. WOVENDEN, Sec.
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MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
Certificate   of   Improvements
NOTiCB
May  Mixkhai.   Claim.
Situate In the Greenwood Mining Division of!
Yale District. Where looated: In Camrl |
camp on the west fork of tho Kettle river.
TAKE   NOTICE   that I. John P. McLeod,
Free Minor's Oortiflcate No. ..80210, acting '
ns agent for Robert   D. Korr Froe Miner's
Cerllflealo*No, B5o2f)0, Philip B, H. Stanhopo,
Free   Miner's   Certlfioate   No.    HAM87   and
James C. Dale Free Miner's Ocrtitllate no. ;
...iiijiH!!. intend, sixly days from Ihe date hereof,
toapply io tho Mining  Kccorde.' for a  Cor-;
tlficate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of lhe nbovo clium.
And furthor take notice that aclion, umlor
section 37, must bo commenced beforo the  issuance of such Certiflciite of Improvements.    ,
Bated tbis 12st day of April, 1901.
J. P. McLEOD.
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<'. M. ('HOUSE,
Agi-i.i !■..■ British Cohu.iM,
Midway, B.C.
BUSINESS  COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
f¥~'M JOB WORK
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MINKRAL ACT
Certificate of  Improvements.
M'OTIOE.
Buna Vista (Fhal'tionali Minkral Claim.
Situate in the Greenwood Mineral Division of
Yule District.    Where   located:   Wellington cnmp.
-r-AKIC NOTICK,   that   We,   John   Rogers 1
I  Free  Miner's CerlillcateXi,. 11M2I     an
Forbo. M Korby Free     Miner's    feiiillcaic j
No.    mm,   Intend,    sixty    days     from
1 .11 date hore )f, Lo apply to the Mining neoor.1- I
oi'fQ.'.ft'CertlflcnU3of Improvements, for thei
pnrpriscof obtaining n Crown Granl of the
nbove claim.
And further take not ice  thnt  action, under
soction 37, mu.lbocninmone.ed before th,' |.
rUanooofsuohOwtificatoof Improvements.
Dated this nn, day 0f jjay, l!i;il.
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I he school where thorough work is done; where the ttm
is always given;  where confidence is developed ; wherrft*
keeping is taught exactly as books are being kept in bun?',
where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is at Us
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Civil- Servick, Telegraphy, English and Cartoonin<; wakes up
-students, develops their powers and teaches them     howto I*
successful.    No argument is  so eloquent as   the record oi
things well done.    No mortgage can corrupt,   no thief rai
break through and steal the knowledge of I low to I >o.   W '1,:l
you know what a school can do for you by what it has .luin: Wl
others is it better to trust to luck ?   Is it wiser io gut i■
For detailed information call, telephone or writ.
Vill NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLI M,
1: iality of Station-
m   ery and all work
TOm this office
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Riverside Nurseries
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Grand  -or
HARTIN BURRHL1 .
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AKK NOTICK Uinl (J0(lay« from tlio date
hereof I intend toapply to lhc Chief Com*
niissioncr of i.anils nnd wi.rlcs for porml&ilon
tu pnrcliiiHi! lhc Kii.-.l of See. 7. Township 51,
Osoyoos Dlstriot.
Dated this 12th day of Deoomhor, 1003,
II. W.NKAVK8.
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DISPATCH
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.
'J he secret nf Kt ocean in platitinir, in, PIR8T—lo secure good stock,
SECONn—io plant hh soon as possible after it is dug.
Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after they are dug.
Prlco list,  and   full  information  promptly   give"- -w  / — /—-       ~f
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MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY,   JUNE.
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We have placed in stock a full line of
INTERNATIONAL STOCR FOOD
product comprising, Stock Food for
horses, cattle, and hogs.
Poultry Food for Chickens, gaur-
enteed to increase egg production and
keep your poultry in first class condition
Worm powders, Heave powders,
Colic cure, Gall cure, Harness Oil
and soap.
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New Montreal and Boston
Consolidated Company.
"When I left Xew York last
Wednesday, the deal for the
purchase of the mines in the
Boundary country by th.' Montreal & Boston Consolidation
Mining .V- Smelting conipany
was practically closed," said
Fred H, Oliver, manager of the
Morrison mine, who returned
yesterday from the east.
The stock for the Morrison
stockholders will be issued at
once, and I understand that the
first payment on Ilie Dominion
Oopper company's properties
was made a week ago last Saturday. There is a large amount
ol'stock lo issue, but it i.s to be
attended to at once.
The company gets all the
)oniinion Copper company's
properties, amounting to about
live claims, three fourths of tlie
Emma group, the other one
fourth being owned by the Hall's
mines. 'The company already
owns the Sunset, which will
all be operating soon. Tu addition to this the company gets
thc Athelstan gold aud silver
property,
The one mile spur to the Morrison mill will be started at
once   and   work    will follow.
'which is less than half of the
stock value of Granhy at the
present prices.
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now have two furnaces. One
additional furnace i.s on the
j ground ready to be installed
and another will he sent from
the east at once. In addition
to this a converter plant will
be put in this summer.
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A. F. Laidlaw, who has returned from ii trip east in eon-
I nection with coal mining interests and the new Montreal it
Boston Consolidated company,
in an interview at Spokane a
in\v days ago said : "The first
payment on the Dominion Copper company's property in the
Boundary, amounting to $100,
000, has been made by a syndicate of underwriters handling
the Montreal & Boston consolidated. The syndicate takes
5,000,000 shares of stock in the
new conipany out of a total of
7,500,000, In return it agrees to
turn over the Dominion group,
the Morrison, a three quarter
interest in the Emma group aud
Last Chance to be Developed.
Operations will be resumed
on the Last Chance mine, in Skylark camp, some time during
the latter part of the coming
August. The. conipany is now
levying a I mill assessment each
monthi replenishing the treasury at the rate of $000 a month,
and expects to have enough
money by that time to let a
contract for about:i()0 or-100 ft.
of work on the property.
The Last Chance is owned by
the Spokane-Boundary Mining
conipany, of which John W.
Graham is president and Sid
Rosenhaupt is secretary. The
properly is a mile and a half
trom Greenwood, on the road
towards Phoenix, and has been
idle for six years. The original
company became involved in
debt and the property was sold
early in the present year. How
ever, most of the old stockholders are interested in the new
company, the stock in which
was made assessable.
"We have about 000 feet of
shaft work, crosscuts and drifts
now on the property," said Mr.
Rosenhaupt, "and it is our intention to sink 150 further on
the main double compartment
shaft, which is down 120 feet.
Then we expect to crosscut from
175 to 200 feet to the ledge.
We have taken good high
grade ore. carrying both gold
and silver, from tbe property,
We have a pump, a boiler, nn
engine, a hoist and a shaft house
there now, and will put in what
machinery is needed for tho
new work. Our new work will
be done by contract."
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The drudgery of Housework disappears whe eil is used.
Once Used It Becomes
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is  no getting over  it.
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Thomas Drug Co.    Midway
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syndicate is also to provide a
working fund of $150,000, The
I old Montreal & Boston company
gels $1,5(1(1.011(1 in stock for its
smeller at Boundary Falls and
for the Sunset mine. That
leaves 1,000,000 shares unissued.
"Control of the Dominion:
Copper conipany was held by
Mackenzie & .Mann and Senator
George  Cox   of  Canada, who
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owned 2,000,000 -hares. James
Breen of Spokane has 800,000
shares. The remaining interests are small, except that of E,
J. Roberts of Spokane and W.
''.Smith of (Ireenwood, B.C.,
huve some stock,
The. underwriting syndicate
includes Brent tiood, maker of
<x urtcr's brittle Liver Fills; Mr.
Leach of Earson, Leach-& Co.,
Xew Vi"'k bond buyers, and Mr.
Loomis, who is second only to
James Slilluian in the Rockefeller's National City hank of
York.
Two Boundary Men Promoted.
A. B. W. Hodges, present superintendent of the Granhy
smelter at Grand Forks, has
been appointed general superintendent of the Granby properties and will have charge of
both the smelter works at
Grand Forks, and the mines at
Phoenix.
W. Y. Williams, the present
superintendent of the mines at
Phoenix, has heen appointed
consulting mining man. The
Granby company having other
and increasing mining interests
than at Phoenix, requiring tho
attention of a competent mining
man, Mr. Williams will have
.•barge of that department.
Though it has not been definitely decided, Mr, Williams
will probably make his headquarters in Spokane. He arrived in the city Wednesday
evening in company with Jay
P. Graves, who just returned
from the mines, His successor
has not been named.
The Railway Committee.
An Ottawa dispatch of the
Ith inst. states that the Dominion railway committee intend
going to the Pacific coast to
hold sittings in July. Thc bill
extending the time for the
completion of the Vancouver,
Victoria it Eastern railway for
five years from the present passed   the   Senate    on   tho 3rd,
Senator   Tenipleman proposed
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■ Stock in tho company will be|to ask fora reduction of the ex-
listed in Xew York, Philadelphia tension in two years, because
and Boston, lt is being sold the charter was already seven
now at $l.u0 for Hi.- $„ shares. yoars ())1(1, and practically no
lhat favosa valuation of about j construction    has   been 'done
,)()!!,(Ui.l lu   the   proposition,!
Continued on pngc 1. iaadrance, either yearly or half yearly at th,
option of lhe sutwcriber.
Advertising rates sent no application.
SATURDAY,   JUNE  11. 1001
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THE LATEST ADDITION
TO THE SENATE.
When Hewitt Bostock, shortly after his arrival in British
Columbia in 1893, hecame seized i
with the laudahle ambition of
securing a seat in the House of
Commons, he had ample time
and means at his disposal to enable him to reach  the   position
to which he aspired.   For several years prior to   the  general
election in 1896. he  was preparing to contest the constituency
of !fale-Cariboo almost an empire in area, but containing not
more than fouror rive thousand
registered electors. Mr. Bostock
aud his agents thoroughly can*
vaised this large   district at a
cost of many thousands of dollars.   So well   was their work
done that the election returns
showed a majority of about 350
votes for iir.  Bostock.   •!.   A.
Mara, conservative, the defeal
ed candidate had held  the s.-a
for ten years   A liberal government was formed witli Wilfrid
Laurier as Premier.     Mr. Bostock being a supporter uf the
governnient was enabled to tin
agood deal for his constituents,
and built up a reputation as an
influential,     painstaking    ant
trustworthy representative,   in |
1900. however,  he declined th
nomination unanimously tend-j
ered him by the liberal conven*
tion, and retired to devote his
attention to his extensive private interests.   The   Doniinion |
ministry have lately appointed
him to the Senate   to fiii   the]
vacancy caused by the death
senator Reid.      Thus has Mr.
Bostock been rewarded for his
services to tlie   liberal   party.
His most notable achievement
was, no doubt the wining of a
seat for the liberal cause in 1896'
since his parliamentary career | ^
was       neither      long      nor
distinguished.     The     Libera
leaders        in     days      gone
by did not have much respect
for the Senate when  the Conservative     government   were
filling the vacancies with their
own supporters; it  was looked
upon as a mere party machine,
instead of an independent.branch
Carrying His Majesty's flails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at S.50 a. tn., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p.m.
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Returning will leave
Sundays, Wednesdays ;
reaching MIDWAV at 3
CAMP McKINNEY on
md Fridays at 9 a. 111..
,05 p. m., and making con
nection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
The best of accommodation for
the convenience of  the
travelling public.
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR.
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WHO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
FARMING IMPLEMENTS &WAG0*J
CHAMPION MOWERS AND RAKES
HADLEYHANCH, WASH. I'.aAdd^*,.
[tcsklencf oue mile *>.ith
uf Midwav.
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CANADIAN BANK OF Mill
With Which is Amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA!
HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO.
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Reserve Fund 	
Aggregate Resources (30 Nov.
1903) over
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NEW YORK AGENCY
CO LOMBARD STREET
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H. B. WALKER
16 EXCHANGE PLACE.
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Tn addition the Hank has 107 branch'-- and Agencies in C,
and the United States, including ihe following in British C
.ia and the Yukon Territory:
ATLIN,    GREENWOOD,    NELSON,    VANCOUVER    ,
CRANBROOK,        KAMLOOPS. NEWV \
DAWSON,       NANAIMO. LADYSMJ  ll.
FERNIE. WHITE BOBS i.
BRANCHES IN THK UNITED STATES
New York, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle,
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.ought  and
Deposits received, exchang
eription <.t' banking business transacted
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Oreenwood Brand.
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Certification of Improvements.
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COLDSPRIXO M.'NKR-I. Cn.V.
of parliament designed   by   the jSituatein the Greenwool Mining Division  of  cj;uer
Yale   District.  Where located :   About
4 miles north-east   of Camp  McKinney.
framers   of the British North
America Act to safe guard   the "1-aJcb notice that 1, 11 nn   si
people again* hasty and  im-j^J^^,^f CiUne.
mature legislation of the House! Certificate No. busts, and Georj-e crimato
of Commons.   They   promised KT HM"7'" ^T£Lt*ZVT
J     r I >ii.r d»y-r fr<rin tr.,. ial.   bi  I ■:.  to apply
in some Way or other to  reform  the Mining Recorder fora    - til ,.v     j  1,
the Senate, but have not carried! <™TeD>fte- f*fcth« 1 "•::. "     ' ■ '   -
I Crown Gran* of Uie :■■■ vt claim.
out this part of theirpre-election!   And farther tak ••     .m. nnd
n the Osoyoos Mining Division of
YjjIc District.   Where locaied:  At Camp
Hedley.
"TAKK NOTICE .hat I, ''h.-rl.-r- de Bl is
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KKNftY Nidi'
Con.imied from piuff-1.
programme. It is safe to say
that outside the senate chamber
very few consider this branch
of Parliament of any benefit to
thecountryorhaveany jjieat re-
spect for its members. It is but the company, through
difficult, therefore, to consider I Senator Heudry aud others
it any great honour for a man declared it- intention to proof fourty years of age to take seente the work vigorously in
a seat in the senate of Canada j the future and to hay   the road
Dan
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H. Cahill    Free   Miner -
1 ".'.    William    Flint- IV.;]
No.    B&19& and   [..in
■: ■■ - above claim
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jr of April. IM.
C. i.li. UltKKN.
Crowell's
Hotel
term asked
wn
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The position is   worth, we be-1 in operation at the end of the
lieve. $1000 per year with per
quisites.     This   will probably j teres
afford Mr. Bostock fair returns
on the large amount he invested on politics for the good of
himself and  the liberal  partv,
since in the natur,
The Hill b-
controls the
charters, favor early completion of the line. The extensions the Phoenix and Mid way to
be completed this year, are  in
u  course  1 f. dications of 1
things he will enjoy this revenue
for many years.     No  on.
course,   seriously   thinks
the public will derive any benefit from his   elevation   ro   the
-euate.
a cnange of policy
md with assurances   of  pros
of ecuting of   the work   on   th
int  main line to the coast, a moi
hopeful feeling in n gard to th
railway  dc\elo ■■•    il    ; .   ■'.
province _ ill 1
It Will Be To Y tti  Interest
If you contemplate visiting tin
St. Louis Exposition, to secure
reliable information as to railroad service, the bwest rates
and the best routes. Also as fco
local conditions in St. L
hotels, etc. etc.
If you will   write the  nnd
signed, stating what
promply furnished [f we do
not have it on hand, wiil secure
it for yon if possible, and with-
out any expense to you. Address
ii, H, Trumbull.
Commercial Agent,
1-    Third    Street,
Portland, Ore.
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Mrs. A. 0. Mesker.
Hallett.   of Greenwood.
tang the week's  visitors:
ay. I
Gaunce, of the firm of
&   Wickwire,   mining
Greenwood,   was   in
iy on Tuesday.
a new ugright pilino,jA DayligKt Pide Jhrough Nature's/\rt Gallery
adds greatly to the   al-    ^^^^^^^^^^^
iwell-furnished  parlor of
jwell house.
Lemieux,      formerly
(rHnan on the C. & W. but
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lossland,   was in  Midway SEEK   NO    FURTHER,   FOR    BETTER    CANT
week,   accompanied    by
THE MOST   DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONTINENT
Through Salt Lake City, Qleenwoo. Spring*. Leadville, Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver
Passing Castle date, Canyon of The Orand.JTennessee Pa«s,
Marshall Pass ahd theJRoyil Gorge
3      TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN OGDENAND DENVER      3
Kock Creek, B. C.
S. T LARSEN, Prop.
Stepping  place for Stages to
and frrjin all Boundary
-. >Jr!
Creek points.
Good Aeeommodation fop the Traveling Poblie.
Cquiment ano_Serv.ce Second tojNone
BE    FOUND
Lemieux.
Mr. and Mrs. W
Garrison, of
j'entralliu. Wash, have taken up
their residence in Midway. Mr.
Bftrriwo.1. in .otiipany with A.
EQeOBifielil. will conduct a liverv
||B!(iBeft- i:i  '.e vi ih   op;  >-it ■
wwell • ho ei.
fijsferry used in crossh „■ the
jat   Lynch's   was   taken
■the stream   by the forc-e
current   last Saturday
fic*drov*T*iq_*three l,or<es.
For Dttill«<i;inlor_ntion.ilAtirtss
H.C. McBRIDE,   Oeneral   Agent
114  Third Slrctt
PORTLAND,   0RE0.0N
DR.   SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Buck, Greenwooi
Phone t#6, V. * Sf.
C. J. LEGGATT,
BAKRISTBR AT LAW,
SOLICITOR
' 3TAB '•' PI
The Fair Route
via Chicago or Xew Orleans to
St. Louis, is the one 'hat gives
'you the most for your money,—
and the fact that the ILLINOIS
CENTRAL offers unsurpassed
service via these points to the
WORLDS FAIR, and in this
connection to all p <ints beyond,
ni <es it to yo u
m
,n_r hi
et'j.a c Fe
t a dozes ri
Ivantagf be-'
rra: jements.
ch(  ce of  ar
ent routes.
Tourist
Cars East
Sa nr. .\.    Mi    Me,
-ft,  a number of years
new running a stage line
in !iere md  Camp   Mc-j
■ .'•■ 1  the re| ita.ion   he
ined   for   giving   good I
<m  that   line   will   be1
M.
KEHBY
A. M.Can. Soc. C. E.
j
Provincial Land   Surveyor
Oflk
CIVIL    ENGINEER.
.. Qrixd Porks.
I ueu
over
thi-
new
i. Sidley, of Sidley, in com-
|with a numl-er of other
pen,   will    shortly   coin-
supplying   Midway and
nwood with hoef, pork and
Mlltry.   The animals and fowls
..be slaughtered in the after-
M
oLBOD <fc BROWN.
Barhistkbs. SoucrroBS, Etc.
Qkkexwood, B. C.
B. H. Trotbcll,
Commercial Agent.
Portland, Oregon
■J. C, LrmsEY,
T. F. & P. A..
Port land.Ore.
Paul B. Thompson,
F. & P. A.,
Seattle,   Washington.
Many experienced travelers
prefer tourist sleeping cars
ior the transcontinental
journey.       The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway
can arrange for your trip
ea>: in t(' rist c irs, offer you
chc: re oi routj - and save
V u monev.
H. S. ROWE,
Oeneral Aiertt.
134 Third Street, Portland
MINERAL ACT.
and the same day sent by Certificate  of   Improvements.
Midway and Greenwood,
Jtting of selling the meat at
places early the following
ling.   In this   manner the
|cnts of these towns will be
, to obtain  fresh  meat  at
Beasoniible prices, as it will
, at first cost.
MINERAL ACT
Certificate   of   Improvement*
i Kin;
t:.
Mount io*m  Untnui Cut*.
Situated In the Osoyooj Hlner-I Dlvlson !
of Tale Dlstriet.    When located I   en
Mountain.
KK KOTICK thai I. Chas.  deR  Orwn
as agent   tor  A.  Vf,  Talc.   Free   Miners
ifoTioa.
B.TTHCK IIjiV     MlM'Ull.    Ct.UM.
Certincate No. n&'IM. Intend, si.ty day- from   Slla*te In   the Greenwood Mlnln. IHVtslon
NOTICE. ■
rgular Statutory halt yearly M ecting of |
art uf Licence l'<jiiiniiNsion*-r". tor  tho
Bary Creek Licence Ob-dot. will be hold
[Court House (irand   Kork*. on Wodn,>-
june thr IStli .»-t. at the hnnrot threo. a
. ia th.- afternoon, to consider tho appti.
i of. John Albi. for a licence for the Com-
, Hotel. MV.wpy, ||. (J, »i,d aboui  tnlrtT
ation-i for   renewal    of   iheir    Uctoee
|h .he l.ictrlct.
I. A. Pirainore,
Chief Licence Inspector.
NOTICE.
the date hereof, toapply  tothe   Mining   Ite-
enrder for a I'ertifloate of Improvement*, for'
the purpose of obtaining a ( roun Oram of the
abovo ciaitn.
And further take notice that aotion. under
section 37. most be commenced before tbe Issuance of -u.-h  i ertiflcate of Improvement:.-.
"Ilaf^rf thi- Oth. day cf May. 1?H
C   JeB. OKKKN.
WANTED
SPSCl AI   IlKI'RBHKXTlTIVF. In   thi*   and!
adjoining torn'orie*. In rcpresx-n' and advertise an old o-tAJ.ii-h«l b'i*ine*w- house of -olid
floanrlaUtan,!',.-. Salan f.'l wwlily. with
etpen****. advanced each Monday by chock
direct from jVariiiuarter*. Kxpeuea advanced; poai1 ion permanent. We fumi*h every-
thing.
Address The Columbia, BO Monon Building.
Chicago, IH.
"SENTINEL"
will   stand at   R. G.   Sidley's,
of Sidley.   for the service   of
of  Yale   District.   Where   loca'ed :   I*
Canni Camp nn the '.Vest Fo .1 01 . e t
River.
Spokane Falls &Nopthern
Railway Co.
NelsoD & Ft, Sbeppard
•-TICP-sCETS
-TO AND FKOM ALL-
Points   East
Railwav Co.
VIA
. a inr r rmr t Tg~m --, *r t-t m
•*-9~rw -r-r-inr td
T,.
In
P. McLeod
.'l 1.   icting
II.   r-r'.-r.
-• mhope
'(■
Ro irder for Certi8o«tr
for the purn>>*''of olir.u
the above claim.
And (urthi r I ki I
1 ^r-clinn  .TT.  mn**   be
I ir>*uance of *uch (tertilti
■r.   Miclm-
:   i ipr ivci ei •-
.- Crown lij.iiu   of
that , tti in, nrdr-i
■ • ■ wd Vfore th,
-   -rf I nnr >v neni*.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington 4 G. N. By.,   >
Van., Vic 4 E, By Co.
The only all rail route between
peint* pv>t., wMt and south to Ross*
land, Nelson, (irand Forks nnd Republic. Uonnects at Spokane with the
(iren. Northern. Norlhern Pacific and
0. ft. k N. Co. for pirints east, west'
i and s.uith ; connects at Ros«land and
Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.
Connect! nt >el«nn with the K. R. A S.
Co. for Kji.Ij, aid Slocan point*.
Connect* jit Curlew with ttafre for
Greenwood and Midway 11. C.
Bttffet oar« run on trains between
Spokane and Ht-pabllc.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14, 1903:
' -t-e.XM-i_axJx.m_jLj_.__.jLXjL--_a.M_j
l»al-d th:*9thd,i: it April. 1»H.
J. P, MjI.KOIi
MINERAL ACT.
■•■eUherebj-ftiven that thirty days from'mares.    Terms for season $*i.0f) Certificate  of   Improvement*.
:j*eof. I inteno to applr to the Honorable.
M'onitniwionerof lands and   works.
ash at time of service.    He is
-ha Public highway in tho Kiectorai a seal Brown, stand- 15 hands 2
V£ TnZZ Tn ''f'Tin   r       '"• weight 1100 pounds, as may
'"nc\i)j*on the North siJo of thc Camp " ' '
iwr -o Rc-k Creek Road at a Mint ,i be seen bv refereiire to the pedl-
NOTIOB.
•West nf tho section line between j „-       -^j, ^Qne comea from ,11P
Similkameen IMstrict. thence |,       ;_______________________! , •   ,
NO. 3 MlviJiiat. Claim.
-.1 links to a point on section   best     blood     of      the       English
Wandttt, i ,-hamw links thorouifhbreed and was select- Mu*»IritheCreenwoed Mineral OlvUiono
* M-Kinne;- to Itock Creek road. !     . .      J? .   _ „   ..       „ ... ,.|       Yale D.stnct.   tt here located : In Carol
cnmp. on the west fork of the Kettle river
>t»t
I K \\
'■v"' r'hains to post, thonco North
'' Hence Northwest 1 chain A.
Ittnet S. X. Vf. X links tn nc;t
• ■ I >.ln* *' lirks to p* 'hen
> - th j-- S. oj 16 link
'■ -V. . . h n* Vi Ij- s to v
in- I i ks to , e '. ttenc
■"■ o pout, thenceN, I 5 ol  in.
*'a widi.r of fti feet to a poii.i nn :
'li,-ii line of the  North j of the |
*'2*- 10 chains  .51 links Ka>t, of ;
i" between lota 217 and HS, Simil-
» iletance of W chains ao links
ed by Col. Dent of the British
Remount Department purposely for h 'ding t. Canadian
ma e- wi; . the i itentionof pro-'
\KY. NOTICK thai I
TVKK SOTIC
fn" Miner's
M
.li: niL' rt
drivers.
nuounts ami nij^
n Class  fri ,„,.,, ,;,,-. he-cof   , .,-
. Hc-nnir- for > >'■ ■■" ite ol
j tho pnrpo-onf nhinini tt *
to   ■   ! Mmm:
lpri ., err'- for
rown  Gran'  of
(Kl  tons
'hv
o':. •• "
For   Sale
of  first   class
hay.   Apply to
.   y, B. C. cr Ji
dway.
'  the abore claim,
1    And fnfhor lake rv -e ■'
haled  section 3T. most be -on. leno
.,     /-,    reanot of -iv li Certiflc ileni
',           ; ...xi mis!       .yof
• i '
•   ,   [in. under
•■ rt tt    „•
I iprnvr-iptM    .
pril. im.
.;. r.   Mei.r.on
a.m.
a.m.
«.*.' a.m
. SPOKAXB	
.   P.n.--I.ANli	
VKI.SON
, ORAND KORKS.
.   REPUBLIC. ..
Arrive.
6.1op.m.
t.lipm.
I.Jtp.m.
(."•p.m.
6.13 p.m
A.   JAOKMOir,
General Passenger Agent.
Spokane Wash.
:
WANTED
A   uian  ti   repr^s*-nt   "Canada's j
5KKATK8T Nurseries" in the town of
MIUWAY Jinri mn rounding rottntry
_nd leke ni-drrs for
•1UB HABDY   SPECIALTIES
in Fruit Trees. Small Fruits,
Ornamfintals. Shrubs. Roses,
Vines, Seed Potatoes. &c.     I
.',.-k true U luiiiie :ttid free from San !
ham SimIh,   A permivoeDt position for!
in- right   ir m on   cither saUry   or
rn. mission,
Stone & Wellington
FONTHII.L NURSERIES
over »oe acr««
'PRONTO •       •        ONTARIO
SHORT LINE
TO
Spokane. Seattle and Coast Points,
St. Paul, Minneapolis,  Chicago
ANII POINTS KAST
2Tralna _D__J_l_r ft
Fast   Time   Z
Sew Equipment Throughout, Day CoaeheJ,
Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Dilungan.
Buffet Smoking Library C     .
i'nr Ticket.-' itves. Kolder*. ai.d 1'ull
Information, call on or ;uidr ia
Any Agent of the Great   Northern   Railway
>r write
H. BRANDT, C Y. _ T. Agent
8roKi.tr, Wash.
s. G. YERKES.Q. W.T. A.
tlk. Vfxen.
T0C0NSUMPTIVES.
The tindenngned having heen restored
health hy -imple means slier suffering /or
. eral years with a severe Inng ftffeetion, nnd
iin; iri-id di*i.v<Consumption. Is nniiou. to
nuike known to his fellow suffer-- themcins nf
cure. To Ihose who doire it. he will cheerfully
■end (free nf charge) a copy of the presepption
:-.*;. which '.hey will find a -nre cure for Consumption. Asthm*.. Bronchitis and ail throat
Aird lung Maladies. He hopes all sufferers wil
ry his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those fie-
irins* th" prescription, which will cost th, m
ni'hmg. and may prove a ble^jng. will pl.-.ise
ddrase, Rev, EDWARH A. WILSON, H.-ooklyn,
New York.
WAJfTKD - FAlTHrUL    PERSON    TO
call nr retail tr.de ami ag-nt.* for maun,
factunrg house hiving'v-ll e»t ibli*hcd boat*
nees;local territory; -tra »-h. .salary $v!» paid
vreekly and eipenM money acvanced ; prev
.i/j* ■,- riencc 'lr.ne,e?*«rv; t eitinn perroan-
-:. bnri eeaiacceMfoL Enclofe Klf-addree*
led en\ or* Sli| .*,n'endent Travelers HASr:
Men"n iidg.. Chicigo.
I 1
nJV'.sf ',
Business,   residence  and garden lots  at iow prices and on easy terms.       Send for
A. M. WOVENDEN, Sec,
30 Sl John Sh'i'i't,
jMotitreal, P Q.
maps, prices, and full   parti
eti
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
;..
•'• M  ('ROUSE.
Agnil for Ri-UKsh c,,!,,,
Midway, ||. r.
BUSINESS  COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave.,   Spokane,  Wash.
Certitlcato   of   Improvements
NOTICB
May  Mixkk.m,   Claim.
Situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of
Yale Dlstriet. Where located: In Camri
camp on the west fork of the Kettle river.
TAKK NOTICK that 'I, John P. McLeod,
KreoMiner's Cortiflcato No. nSOMO, noting
ns agent for Roborl I). Kerr Kreo Miner's
Cortiflcato No. ii.v.j'.n. Philip I!, s. Stanhopo
Free Miner's Cortiflcato Nn. uVilsr una
Junius C. Dale Free Minor's Cerlilltato No.
HJi.i;iW, intond, sixly days from the date hereof-
to apply to tho MlnlnK Recorder fo:' a Certificate of Improvomonts, for the purpose of
obtaining a Cpivn Grant .if lie- ahove claim.
And furthor tako nniiecj that action, undor
sen!"'!37, must bo commoncod before iho is-
stiuiKJi of anbh Cortilicato of Improvements,
Dated this 12«t day of April, 1004. I  flj/fl
j. p. moleod, ! JfcjAjf
&
am
MINERAL AC'l
m
NEAT JOB-WORI
fe
Certificate  of   Improvements. 1 V>3?3
mroTXOJ-.
Buna Vista (Kiuituinai.) Minkkai.Claim,
Situate in the Greer.wood Mlnoral Division 0!
Yule District.    Where    located:    Wel-
llnr/on camp.
-p AKK NOTICK   thnt   We,   John   Rogers
I Kreo .Minor's Certificate j\To. B5032I,    and
KorbOB M.Korby Froo     Miner's    Corfifloato
>.'n.    1.55401,    intend,     sixty    days     from
I.boddlo'horo)f, 10 apply lo Ihe Mining llocord-
or for ft Cortlflcald of I1nprov01.1et.bi, for the
purpose of obtaining n Crown Brant  of the
.'ibovo elaini.
Aud furthor take nolleo thut action, under
suction 97, mu-it bo commenced beforo the is-
uancoo 1 uch Cortilicato of [.nprovumoiitH,
Datod this llth day nf Mny. 1901.
KOHBKS M. KKltliY.
KML
§
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it)
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m
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El**!
"V
ts
U»-/f*J
m >
-,  ■
Wr *
t
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best quality ©f ,r   ;,
@r¥ood
n n
lil¥
©I!
fn
mi
ml out
M
m.
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ntttd t© give
n)n
ic-.ir
-Itl -:|"OCf
oSpSf
11
1.3
fi
he school where thorough work is done; where the r«|
is always g,ven; where confidence i.s developed ; where Am
k^«ng is taught exactly-as books are being kept in busiwa-,
wh«* Shorthand is scientific; when: penmanship i.s _ te
best; where merit is the standard; where the training in Cn
'^KitvicK, rKLEGRAPHY, English and Cartooninc; wakes U!
^udents, develops their powers and teaches then, howto I
successful. Nfo argument is so eloquent as the rccor.it
flings well done. No mortgage can corrupt nu ihicf ■
breakthrough and steal the knowledge of How t« Dn    V .
Vf;"kn:'wlm ^hoolcandofor^ulivwhatitb    lo   *
°ihers:is better to trust to luck?  ,h it wiser I
For deiaiJccl informati n call, telephone oi   tvi n
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane \' ■
-
NOTICE.
or permission
I'bwnshlp 51,
MCK NOTICK Ilml OOdaVB from tho dal
loroof I intend In upply lo lho  Chiof enn:
inis-innei'of I.jinds uinl  works f
lu purchase the Kasl! of Si
Dated Ihis lmhdayof Deaomboi-, 1003.
It, VV, N'K.WKS.
C. dcH.Uruc.i Agcnl
B_
fh
sis
18
- «itt/ffl__2£_^
jji'llc^
m
mi
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m
*
fl&m
v
Mli
||   Riverside  Pftirseries   |
Orand Forks, B. C.
! j   nART,N BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
i   Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,   i
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
:;    A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,   j!
j    ,    °ses' Lllacs- Hedg;e Plants, other ornamentals.
j     The btoi nf success ,„ .,1(l||ljlUfi k HRHT |() ^ ^ stm,k|    ! j
'■' "'N" -'" Plant us soon nn posnihle after it is dug,
: Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at jj
Midway two days after tlicy are dug.
Prlce  "s*.  and  full  information  promptly  fflven.   !
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