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Vol. I, No. 45.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA,   SATURDAY, APRIL, ,!5,    I9C3.
$2.00 per Year.
Cash Specials
Coffees
Old Dutch Rio 25c. per lb.. 4 1-2 lbs. $1.
Arbuckle's Coffee 22 I-2C. per lb., 5 lbs. $1.
"Paragon" Hlend, equal to any 40c. Coffee
in the market, 3 lbs. $1.
Old Government Mocha and Java, something extra choice, soc. per lb., 5 lbs, $2.25.
New Goods added to Stock
McLAREN'S CHEESE, small sizes, ONTARIO CREAM CHEESE,
',   ^SERVED Git   'ER, one pound   Glass   Jars.
r N JA     )., 1   lb. Tins,  6  for $1 00.
)F1 Skinned     and     Boned.
J. McNicol.
Poison!
Bisulphide of Carbon
A sure death to Gophers
Easy to handle,   Quick to work
Can't kill your Stock.
In  10 pouud lots,   30 cents per pound.
A. F. THOMAS, MIDWAY.
C. P. R. ARE
Curtis commented upon the
premier's mistako in not dismissing his colleagues for thoir
LUuLUU "I'l'firent infamy in this matter
Have   no Title   to East
Kootenay  Lands.
CANCELLATION RATIFIED
Revocation   Bill Read a  Third
Time and now only awaits
the Assent of the Governor to become Law
nnd iiIho referred tti the attor-
Will  Ship Ore.
It i.s understood that preparations are lieing made tn s'lip the
ore on the (lumps of the Brooklyn and   Stemwinder mini s in
ney-general's firm accepting re- Phoenix camp, of whicli there
tamers from corporations  with j is a considerable quantity taken
adverse suits against the crown
Wells made a vigorous defence. He said the act had
given large discretionary powers and the government had
exercised them as they believed
to be in the best interests of the
country. They had taken the
best legal advice and had been
out in the course ofl lie development of those properties in the
pnst. It is sjtid that between
5,000 and KUKII) touB will be
shipped to the 15. (!, Copper Co's.
Mother Lode smelter, at Greenwood,
H. L, Johnson, roadmaster of
the G. F. K. in   the   Boundary,
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A press dispatch from Victoria of last Monday's date
says: The adoption by unanimous vote to-day of the government bill ratify ng the cancellation of the grant of blocks
4,593 and 4,594, in lieu of earned
lands for section ){of the Columbia & Western railway, is ac-1
cepted by parliamentarians as
one of the most significant
pieces of legislation the British
Columbian parliament has ever
approved.
"It marks," observed one
prominent public man to-day,
as the names of the 'Ml concurring members were recorded,
"tin; end of the C. P. R. domination of the government of this
province, and the downfall of
the 'old clique' witb whom all
things were possible."
Not only was the principle of
the hill approved, but the measure would have gone tlirough
committee   and   third   stages
forthwith and lieen asseuted to
0)18 evening but for the unexpected   objection   of Gilmour.
who, while he voted affirmative
ly, desires to   guarantee   that
tliere   shall be  no   secondary
alienation to any rival corporation as has been hinted at, and
will in  this direction move an
iilditional    clause   tomorrow,
that, "the lands herein referred
to save and except as to timber
thereon,    shall    not be   sold,
leased or otherwise lie alienated
except by act pf the legislature."
The debate upon the  second
reading of the motion of  the
premier was not especially noteworthy nor protracted.   Prior
confined himself to a statement
of the .several  orders-iu-eouncil
and other documents in chronological order making up a history of tbe grant and its subsequent    cancellation,   pleading
that the previous  government
had   undeniably   overrun   the
transmitted  direction    of  the
legislature  under the  subsidy
act, but had done so in the desire to make a bettor  bargain
for the country by reducing the
area of the gift, and urged that
an error having lieen committed
it was a plain duty to rectify it
by the most direct and   positive
method at hand, no one being
harmed thereby, since the company bad never bad rights by
statute to the lands and   had
never received a title to them,
since the crown grants, though
issued had not been delivered.
Oliver, in supporting the bill,
vigorously  arraigned the government as standing by a conspiracy to defraud the country
until forced to abandon their
position, and steadfastly deceiving the house as long as possible
11s to each detail of the "nefarious transaction."   Ho   descried
as preposterous that the C.P. R.
shoulil consider the relinquishment of nearly one million acres
oflandonthemero"vorbal agreement," as stated by the premier,
this being that in the event of
the V.   V. & E. building from
„,   Midway to Penticton the C. & W.
''4 would be let off the fourth  section of line.
assured they had power to vary j recently visited and went over
the Brooklyn and
the location of the allotted land,  the spins to
At the same time they hoped Stemwinder mines, to ascertain
to get the strongest possible how much iron would be needed
company to develop the re- j to get the cars to the dumps of
sourceful new field and appreci-1 these mines. The grading of
ably reduce the granted area in these spurs was done over tluico
the ^interests of the country, years ago, but the steel waa laid
Hence the proposal to give only to Brooklyn shaft, to get
blocks 4,593 and 4,594, in lieu of in some new machinery, which
a larger area.   When tho deeds j was installod just liefore work
continued on the group
BreBn regime. It i.s
bad taken them to Montreal I figured that the metals will
when lie went to discuss mat liaro 60 lie laid for a distance of
ters with Shaughnessy, in the over.4,000 feet to get at botb
hope of getting a better   bar- mines and tliis is expected tobe
were made out they had never j was (lis
left his possession although he; under tbe
be . undertaken at an earl's
date.
gain for   the  country.   As
could not he had declined to About the time that .lames
complete tbe transaction by do- Breen gave up the management
livery of the grants. Sincetben of the Brooklyn mines, nearly
the Canadian Pacific had never two years ago, W. If. Thomas,
boon beard from, in the mn tt.ei', consulting engineer for tho ii.
and the first intimation of the i C Copper Co., made a thorough
claim was tho ejectment pro- examination of the Dominion
eeedings, taken, no doubt, be- Copper Go's., mines—-tho Brook-
cause the company had ben rc-|lyn and Stemwinder—with a
fused a petition of rights to test
their claims in the courts.
BcmlilTttiOllgllt     tile     £x-r-*rm~
ment should have explained
what the better bargain asked
for by the chief commissioner
meant.
The vote was then taken, all
save Martin, Gifford, Eberts
and Ellison, who wero out of
the house voting aye.
Victoria, April 21.—The East
Kootenay revocation bill introduced by Col. Prior yesterday
now only awaits the assent of
view to their acquirement by
the B. C. Copper Co,, The ore
,,(' tln-j-e two mines Is salil to V>
quite-iWirable for smelting
purposes, and being of a satisfactory grade, could be used to
advantage by any of the local
smelters. It was finally understood, however, that the Dominion Copper Co. asked too
large a cash payment, and the
deal fell through, lt is now
said that a deal has been made
forthe sale of tbe ore on the
dumps  of tho two   properties,
the governor  to  become  law. which can be loaded   and ship-
It was completed in  committee pp.d quite inexpensively when
this afternoon,    reported   and the steel i.s laid,
read the third time amid   applause    McBride  asked   if it
would be assented to at once,
Prior said that was a matter for
the government to decide.
The opposition insisted on ajjng, alibis immediate family bo
nunilier of changes.   Instead of1 ing around.his bedside, none of
the bill stating that the grants them having   left Government
were  duly  executed,  it   nOwjiouse since Wednesday night,
reads "signed   and  sealed   but |    Oliver M.iwat came of  good
Sir Oliver Mowat Passes Away.
Toronto, April 23.—Sir Oliver Mowat ptissed peacefully
I away at 9.54 on Sunday morn-
never delivered." It is finally declared that the lands never
passed from the crown by virtue
of the said crown grants,
Different speakers commented on the loose manner in whicli
the bill was drawn, and the attorney general's good faith was
questioned, at least by inference.   Gilmour tried to get  an
Scottish stock, and ho early developed all the finest virtues
and traits of the race, iie was
the eldest son of John Mowat,
formerly of Scotland, who settled at Kington, Ontario, in 18-
l(i. He wns educated at private
institutions in Kingston and upon leaving school entered tho
law oflice of John  A.   Macdon-
nmendmont stating that these Uld. Alter completing his stud-
lands must not be alienated ex- i.w he practiced his profession
cept by an act of the legislature. I i„ Toronto. His father was a
This was ruled out of order.
Oliver said he had heard there
was an organized attempt to
seize these lands. Prior replied
that the block not under reserve was open for timber
leases, coal grants or pre-emptions. He said the C. P. R.
would not get these lands, unless it took them tip in the regular way. The government was
not going to take these lands
from the C. P. R. and give tbem
to another corporation,
In reply to questions Prior
said, speaking as a layman, he
regarded the land as open for
coal licences. Oliver thereupon
pressed for tlie recognition of
the early applications I'or these,
and Curt is sought to pin the
premier down to this as a declaration of government   policy.
conservative but Sir Oliver  inclined towards liberalism and in
1S57   was elected  to represent
South Ontario in the house of
assembly, where he became one
of the most   effective speakers,
The same year he was also elected to the Toronto city council, in
which he snt   as alderman for
years.   On the formation of the
Brown-Dorion   governnient in
I85S Mr, Mowat became provincial secretary.   On the   formation of the Sanlield-Macdonald-
Dorion cabinet in May. I8(l,'t, he
became lhe postmaster-general,
which office he held until March,
and retained   this   portfolio in
the Taclie-Macdoiuild coalition
governnient from June, 1805, to
November the same year, when
He Wont upon the bench of I'p-
(GonUiiiiori un I'rigu   1., 0. M. 0R0USR ,.. Kffltorand Proprietor
Published wookly nl Midway, D. C.
■   Bu'worlpMoti price, $2 (W por annum, payable
iu.iulyanoo, cither yo-irly ov half yearly at the
option of the aubacflbor.
Advertising rulos sent on application.
SATUUDAY. APRIL, 25,  1003.
I P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
QUICK RETURNS
SHIP YOUB
POLITICAL ORGANIZATION.
The importance of thorough
Organization is sometimes overlooked or neglected by political
p.u'ties. In Canada, tbe genius
and ability of great leaders
Tiave very often taken tbo place
of organ':/.ifcion. Such men as
tbo lute 'Icr John A. Macdonald
and tho late Sir Oliver Mowat,
attained tt commanding height
on the bidder of fame: the former in the Dominion, and the
latter in the province of Ontario
Those wove names to conjure
with, and tiie people were attracted by their transcendenfc
abilities.ml sfofceamadlikequalities, and for this reason the necessity for organization was to
some extent done away with.
Among living Canadian statesman Sir Wilfred Laurier and
(he Hon. A. 0. Blair are, perhaps, tbe mr.it, conspicuous examples. Tho former's influence
is folt and bis ti une is a rallying
cry in the most remote parts of
Canada, while the latter is a
fosoa to bo reckoned with in his
native -province of New Brunswick.
It is an evil day for a country
when the leadership bee begins
to buzz in the bonnets of men
wbo havo not sufficient ability
to reach oven the lower rungs
of the political ladder; men aspiring u the leadership who
should be in the ranks. In
such a day it is essential for
political parties to be well organized, that they may bo able
to check and control the ambitions of mediocrity. Allowing
(Aiese men a loose rem-its-wmHy,
and results in years of unstable
government, waste of public
money, deficits, and increased
taxation at a time when the
people are not able to bear the
burden. Organization carried
to extremes becomes a machine,
but this is to be preferred to
leaving the affairs of tbe people in tbe control of second-rate
politicians who spend a good
part of their time in petty quar-
.rels and exhausting squabbles,
or in intrigues with lobbyists or
the representatives of grasping
corporations.
Markets at: Greenwood, Grand Forks, Pl)oei)ix | j j
arid Midway. 11
iS«««««c«c«6C««c««cccc«e(iC'?e«6'«««c<i«ccc(!«€ceeee««c «**«»
insijiteas of the iaeonveaiedne:!. Items of interest from Sidley.
to which the public are subjcot-1 ,v,.om „ul. „,,.„ ooiTospmidom.)
ed.   Asithappened the parties!    j^  mg%iy,   who   got
mjonven.enced are owners   ot | Wg jftW ^g^ by ft ^ h,Qm
newspapers and, consequently,
find it an easy matter to air
their grievances, but there are
hundreds of other business men
who are crying out far more
loudly at the outrageous conduct of the C. P. R. for failing
to deliver goods long past due,
whose complaints do not find
publicity, yet are strong ih their
denunciations of the policy
adopted by the C. P. R. in supplanting the strikers with inex-
porienced and inferior employes. In many cases the delay
iu del' '-ciing goods results in
heavy losses to tho parties to
whom tbey are consigned, but
t appears as though that company would put the public to no
end of inconvenience rather
than recognize the U. 13. of lb
fi. nt* un oPguiitHofl labor   union.
However, the C. P. R. are nol
meeting with tbe success they
would like as is evidenced by
their recent action in attempt
ing to muzzle the press of the
province, having forbid thc
newspaper fraternity to publish
any dinpaUfhos aout out by  the
U. B. of R. Ei These dispatches
state tbe facts of tbe case and
are, therefore, not favorable to
that great corporation, so in
that authoritative tone in which
tbey are so accustomed to die*
•brobrtlg-bo tolie proVtluaul lo»;ir>lo.t
ure, tbey practically command
the press of the province to refrain from publishing the strikers' statements, as they claim
they are not wholy true. If the
C. P. R. expects to thus terrorize the press of this province, it
is sadly mistaken, for just so
long as the U. B. of R. E. continues to issue dispatches, just,
so long will they find publicity
in at least some of the provincial papers.
Tbe C. P. R. may be carrying
on thoir fight against the United
Brotherhood of Railway Employees to thoir own satisfaction, but certainly not to the
satisfaction of those wbo are
dependent up.m that corporation for the delivery of freight.
Speaking of tbe length of time
it takes goods to reach their
destination since the strike oc-
cui red, the NolsonlTribune says
"If the time taken by freight
from Vancouver to Nelson is
any (liteiicn of ti.e efficiency
of the freight handlers
employed in place of the
strikers by the C. P. R„ they
would appear to be a sorry lot.
Fre'g it which left Vancouver
on April 3rd is just to hand, and
freight for the Tribune which
left on the Oth is not yet heard
of. Two weeks from Vancouver to Nelson is slow work.'
Tbe Tribune is not the only
paper with a grievance in this
respect, for tbo Phoenix Pioneer in making apologies for
tho inferior quality of paper il
is using lays the blame entirely upon tlie C. P. R. in tho following: "The immediate cause
is the failure on the part of the
C.P.R. to deliver freight that
was ordered from Toronto on
the2fitb of February, consequently being three or four
weeks overdue. As soon as the
C. P. R. can remedy the matter
and deliver the goods tho better
quality   ol'  paper will bo   ffl	
smned.'   Tb »o  are only   two for doing good work
a borso about three wc-oks ago,
is nearly alright again, am)
with the exception of the loss "a,
bis teeth is none tbe worse of
his accident.
On Saturday last as Thomas
Clark, a new arrival from Virginia, was going toll, G. Sidley's
ranch, he accidentally shot himself with a revolver through the
lungs and is not expected to
live. It seems he saw some
kind of an animal in a pile of
stones and in pulling away the
stones his revolver fell and wont
off, tlie ball entering bis lun^'
near the heart aud coming out
at his back.
Ploughing and seeding has
commenced in this settlement
though there is a little snow
yet in patches on the north
side of the fields.
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SENECA 'AND DEERSKINS
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Superintendent   Appointed.
J. E. McAllister, CE. M.E.,
for some time past assistant
superintendent at the Tennes
see Copper Company's smelter
at Copperhill, Tennessee, has
been appointed superintendent
of the B. C Copper Co.'3 smelter
at Greenwood, in succession to
Paul Johnson.
Mr. McAllister graduated as a
civil and mining engineer at the
Ontario school of practical
science, Toronto in 1890. Fol
lowing this he gave special attention to structural steel, first
with the the Dominion Bridge
Co., and afterwards with the
New Jersey Steel & Iron Co.
Returning to Toronto he took a
post graduate course in applied
sciences at the Toronto university, graduating in 1895 and receiving his B. A. Sc. degree. In
the autumn of 1896 and spring
of 1897 he took a special course
in mining and metallurgy at
Houghton Mich., college, soon
afterwards practising at Trail,
as civil and mining engineer.
In the fall of that year he joi tithe staff of the Trail smelter
under H. C. Bellinger. About
1900 he entered the employ of
the Tennessee Copper Co,, soon
advancing to the position of assistant superintendent, which
post be now relinquishes to
come to thc Greenwood smelter.
Mr. McAllister has the reputation of being enterprising, progressive and fully competent to
maintain the credit thc B. C.
Copper Go's., works has gained
Money iii Live Stable.
The story of the gold nugget
wind in tbe interior of the
Madoc porker was rather on the
aog. At least the animal seems
to have been considerably cut
up when its wealth was discov-
red. Yet it demonstrates that
there is money in live stock in
ibis section. Still the sad fate,
of this particular animal would
.suggest toothers the propriety
lit x-,i7x.fi\..»tf vljj   or   tj.lv.y   Hhollld
oot squeal when they get sturtk
for their wealth. In future
this will be one of tlie perils be-
Fore swine. But, seriously, the
the question of how thatnugget
got there should be considered
by the Baconian theorists. It
may account for the richness of
Madoc pork as an article of diet.
Little did the porker know
when it rooted it up that it was
tbe root of all evil. But not
being able to make a silk purse
out of a sow's ear it did the next
liest thing tmd made a savings
bank out of its tummy. Perhaps it bad ambitions to be a
guinea pig, and now, alas! it
feels like thirty cents' worth of
sausage meat. The trouble began when it put its ore in, and
now it is getting roasted. To be
sure, it will pan out better than
expected. The owner of tho
hog regards the nugget as
internal revenue. —Ottawa
Citizen.
That Tarte bomb-shell predicted to explode somewhere
near to Premier Laurier in the
parliament building*, has not
yet materialized.
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roomslnine.iiyciilesforlismembcrs. lunrMltlon,
every uionl birr receives tho official maanslni, entitled*1 liv-ry Hl<tnth"ai)]-htlcatlonlnaolaMby
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which you set aU ahove, and rea mny with,
draw any lima within three months It you
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St, Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago
AN'lt POINTS KAST
2    1*xsn.A*ir* XJalJy f_
Fast   Time    i.
Now Equipment Throughout, Day Concho:,
Palace and Tourist Sleopers, Dining and
Biuret Smoking Library Cars.
Kor Ticket*' Rates, Kolilcrn and Full
Information, callon or ad<lroHH%
Any Agent of the Ureal  Northern  Hallway,
>r wrllc
A. 13.0. DBNNtSTON, Q. W. P. A,
G12 Klr»t Avenue Skatti.k, Wahh.
Liica#iif e Hoi
: : MIDWAV, B.C. : :
The undersiglied having re-u|)e:icd iiii* well-
known   and   comfortable    hotel in\ itcs    the     £
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF  LIQUORS & Clf.AKS
^      FiirniM-p-hwitetriiiid comfortnbly fiiriilslu't' i""" s-   /
I     Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.    •
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HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD, MINING ANDCOMMERCIAL Wl''" '
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Best Hotel in  Midway
Crowell's Hote
Rigs to any part of the country for guest's convenient
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ajdULJI.Jl.lLA.AjLAa.AjLllJLlm'r
S. A. CROWELL,
PROPRIETOR. •  ,■. .'■ •? Sty.V^tY.fKt'r'fntrvrx^r^.xrrrr'-w.fr .r.rr ■'„*■■
j A. Tuzo is down from Uio
Vost Pork.
S, Stanhope went up to his
■audi at Cranberry creek, yes-
erday.
(i. S. Page, U. 8. Customs Of-
,.,,,. of Nelson, Wash., was in
[idway on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. McLaine,
f Greenwood, spent a few days
„ Midway this week.
(J. L, Thomet is having lumber
.nl|(,,l for an addition to bis
resilience on Nineth Street.
s|iite of strikes, coal fam-
and other drawbacks to
■"';
,|ii,.|i this country is subject,
wnuld seem (to those not al-
,ady pulilisbiriKa paper) that
iw newspaper business contin-
..,s t(, llourish.   The Armstrong
Idvertiser has   announced its
[■ntion of abandoning its old
i of patent   insidos
lyti
for an
Wtomo print. 'I'he Columliia
hi is getting in a larger press
id will shortly appear
il.-irgwl form, while, the
ilnme is getting in nn
is»u.ii.Duon
*      M :    '~fa—
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Rinds of Work Exscuted to tbe Satisfaction of Customers
in an
Nelson
entire-
new outlit preparatory to is-
ng ii larger publication,
II. L, Jones, of Ogdensbiirg.
V„ mid K. E.   Burr, of Sp'o-
iio, wore in Midway on Tues-
y on their  way   to   popper
ioiintain, Similkameen, wjlere
y   have   extensive   mining
torests.     liefore     returning
ey will complete tbe   work
fanirod to obtain crown grants
r nil  tbeir    properties.   Mr.
nes was one of the locators
the Hartford claim in  Wel*
;ton cainp, which  he    and
ni Rogers, of Grand  Forks,
M-wai'ds sold for a good lig-
H:i still owns some good
joperties in Wellington cninp.
)n   Thursday   afternoon  a
inUer of children attended a
t lidny |>arty given at the res-
licc of .Ins. McNames by  his
u 'liter Rlsienndgrand-daugb-
', Minnie Hater, whose birth's occur   on the same day,
■ former being 10 years old
I the latter 7.    Considerable
\il iie was taken  to give the
Idren a good time.    Swings
re    put    uj)    and     other
-of-door   recreations    were
)vided,    which    made    the
rnoon   pass  very quickly,
er in the day   they   all sat
n to the table, and partook
the many good things Mrs,
ones and Mrs, Hater had
fully prepared.   Tea being
tho  youngsters   amused
nsi'lves at various games in
house,   when   they    went
o  wishing    tliere  was   a
idav party every day.
aiichard M. Snider, of Ana-
California, is exerted to
shortly, to fill the posi-
ot'assayer and chemist  at
R  C. Copper   company's
tor, in   place   of   Gustave
berg, who is now at Sand
t Idaho.   Mr. Snider  lias
ibout, six years' experience
ayingaud chemistry since
ompletud   bin four  years'
ical course, first  for three
as chemist in   industrial
lisliinetits and   afterwards!
ver.    Por a  year and a
until February 1st of   the
nt yonr, ho was chemist
rssistant   assayer    at   the
by company's works, Grand
s, but when  the shortage
Ice compelled the company
luce   the quantity of ore
is    treating, Mr.   Snider,
in point of time  in that
|oy the youngest  member
staff, bad to .seek a fresh
llifipor Iiis labors, conscquent-
ly$j|w!iit to California.
t'ing the past fortnight the
_m of mon at   the   Mother
mine has boen steadily hied in numbers, until now
it 75 are employed.   Ore is
g sent down freely to tho
Copper company's smelter,
storage bins of which   wi
'etty well filled by the time
coke supply shall   be suf-
nt and regular enough to
ant  tho blowing in of the
laces.   As there is room at
ismoltor for about 15,000 tons
of ore, there will not bo any
need fco ease oil' shipping ore
from the mine during this
month. Wilh work resumed
on a comparatively large scale
at the Mother Lode and the
sample mill running at the
smelter, besides a similar forward move by the Montreal it
Boston Copper company, the
outlook for early improvement
in general business in the districl, is pneou raging.
Since M. Burrell engaged in
the nursery burnous at Grand
Forks, fruit culture has received
more attention in the district.
The excellent results obtained
from getting good stock and
planting it soon after being
taken from the nursery lias resulted in a much.lurger area
being planted ojlt to fruit trees,
shrubs, etc this year than in
nny previous season. Nursery
stock obtained in the east is a
long time on the way and is often injured by frost in transit.
Stock purchased from American
nurseries bas to go to Vancouver for inspection, so that it,too,
is liable to., meet with injury
from the long time out of the
ground. Stock obtained from
the Riverside Nerseries can be
planted the samedpy it i.s taken
from the nursery, the advantage of which is plain to every
one. Last week Mr. Burrell
sent out from his
Nurseries the following out-of
town orders: Nelson, B. G, ;')()()
Peachland (Okanagan) M); Slo
can, 100; Midway, 100,
N3TIUE0FF0BFEITUBE.
To II, K. Milr-holl or nny person," or per'
mihh to whom you nm^liavi! trmisfctred your
Interest (pin tlio "Hold Drop' Mineral '■mini
Bltunlo on Dry Wc.ok.nii [ho Wont Kork ol
Kottlo Hiver, in Lho ICotUv Uiver Milling
Division of Vulc) District.
Vou aro heroby notified that I havo expended |102 50 Iti order to Hold, (he sui. 1 mineral dialing
under lhe provision of lho Mineral Ael, thai
you should contribute .*.'d,■-','> nw your portion
of the said sum for your undivided one half lie
icrcfil in wild claim iftid -if within ih* days of
lho find hiHertldjj of flirt* nuiiee you fail or tp-
fll<i! Ih eonll'ihiiLO llio.-tynn of $61,'25 which is
ncuvduo by )ou,^o$*rhor with all botfUof advertising; your iufui'oflt in nald minora) claim
will become ilm property of the Milweribe.1
under bccIIoii rouruf mi Ael entitled the "Min
oral Acl Ameifdmqnt Ael." 1900.
IJoted Uii* Kith duy of,January, IMS,
THOMAS .MIKKAV.
GltKKN won't?. H. C,
C. J. LEGGATT,
llARKISTNKr AT LAW,
SOLICITOR and
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY, H. 0.
F, M. KERBY,
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
Provincial  Land   Surveyor
AM)
.CIVIL   ENGINEER.      .
Midway anu Ohijijnwood.
DR.   SIMMONS,,
i\ DENTIST."     Jj
PESTIS^,-
kmpiiLL Bi.ocisf Greenwob
Phono ltd, V. * N.
. .-tlias. A. Webster,
PROMOTER  INVENTOR, BES1GN
Spokane.Wash.. U.S.A:   Midway, B C.
THE-4^
ST LOUIS
HOTE
GAMP .MCKINNEY.
if BOYLE 1 WEST
PROPRIETORS
This well-known hotel   has
',,.       ""tbeen re-opened and offers ev-
Rivorside! . , ,
■_ | ry convenience to lhc travelling public. The building is
newly re-lurnished and the bar
i.s stocked vyith only the best
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Excellent niealsj,.served in the
dining room.
Make this your   Headquarters
When in Camp McKinney.
Fop Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.—No Money
R u —Every Man, Woman, Boy, or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
In nt-rlt'i' tn havo Dr. Arnold's Kng
W. E.
Gorman West
Reduced Rates from the East.
Commencing February   I5th
nnd continuing until April MOth
"■,.,-..,.„   ,    , r   i   i    j   -._ ,wlei% will be low rates in offset
lii.li Tnxin I'ills pliiCLiI iii Ilie Imnils nt   „ „     „ .     ,,      ....
nil pt-rsmis sufferiiiK fiimi lind li-tilth rroni the hast via tlio Illinois
w,! iiuiku- ihe following most liberal i(Jentrnl 11, R. to all Wasliing-
utftu' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
J. S.   HARRISON.
NQJARY PUBLIC,
\j REAL ESTATE,
A^ieATIONS MADH FOR CERTIFICATE!} OF IMPROVEMENTS
ANU CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. "     B. C.
Spokane Falls Morton
Railwav Co.
Nelson k Ft Sheppapd
Railwav Co.
Bed Mountain Railway Co,,
Washington & G. 1. By.,
Van., Vic, &E, By, M, Co.
. 'I'llB     ,..r'y     -Al     •->«     r—.V     X.'lOxxxX
' pnints' e-1*1, ivi'-xti   null  so'lth  tn  Hn«s-'
''unl. N.'Urrn. (jrritnd HYtr~s unci LiK|iuh-
h"    Uwiii is  ja   Spnkane   v\ith   tin*
Ut,-jii''iNjiuihi,|-n, Nnrilii'i-ii R.n-ifii- inui
6. ii. k S. Co. fiH- pi,has en-i, we-t;
mul south j connects ill Itns-l.-inil ninl
Nelson with t.li>'('jin.iili.-ui P.ii-iHj: IU'.
CntibcoUat Nclpton with tlieK. II. & N.
Co, for K;ir.lo nnd SliH-ltn points.
rcmuMMH at   Cuiitrw   with   ntnffis  I'or
Grvohwood nml Mlilwny 11, 0.
llnCj'.it curH  run  on  train,*  liutwot'h
Spokane antl RupuMlo,
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, 1902:
Artfvc.
SPOKAN'K      S.IS ii.ni.
UO->*iI.ANI)      o.lupm.
. NKIiBON       8,C0|i.m,
GUANP FODK8 ...    4.<>0p.m.
. RSPUBI.1C        5.11)p.m.
a. jac^isoit,
T- WALKER,  PROPRIETOR.
Boooks,        |
Magazines
andS
in
All the best   brands of  Cigars and
Tobaccos kept in stock.
£FBRANCH  MONEY ORDER OFFICE OF THE
DOMINION   EXPRESS   COMPANY
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BivRFsIde ileiel
Rook Creek, B. C.
S fURSEN, Prop
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llllll  fir.
Ci-i
1-   Irrl-Slr
nil Rnnm
&9od Aeeommodation to fe TravcliM..?*,
- .. ma ^- ff% r i; 3 §¥i i
■ ra S arm    n      I'm      ,      ft!,     < *,
■ ■._, laa.'a
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THE SCEN!
Tht-jugh  Salt  Lake City,  Lejidv'.llc,  Pu2hk
the Famous Rocky Mountain Sconcry
ft  !   IMC
Zj  l-ttt' * tzz.
■ro'ill-iAi Svr'rtl
Oayllsht Jjj nil
Derrver   ar.d
: Easl.
TRAINS DAILY BEF-VEEN OGDLN
MODERN    EQUIPMENT,   TriRJUf.H    PU .tt,:   N     t
8LEEPING   CARS   AND SL'PE.-Jri    Oll'-'i: O   OAR   SEI
STOPOVERS   ALLOWED
For rates, folders and other
Information, address
3
rreiu ,\zt.
iRTLANO
ORE
Leave.
9.2",--..m..
I lu.l.'r nm.
j 7.0U ii.ni.
ll.mii'.Di.
0.15 a.m..
'Kj'JUs' $J
PAINTING
,ND.;
SIGN
WORK
BICYCLE
MACHINE REP
AND
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SHARPENED
MIDW      /•
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M f a _\*LM
Uonoral Pa«acii((af Agent
Spokajio,\Vafi|i.
ton, Oregon and Idaho points.
If any of your friends or rola-
East aro  coining
I'lllS III a*'. |lfll,i,«, no   r...   «...     ,...,
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch i West while these   rales are in
and Chain in either Udiea or Owns! effwt   ,jVl, lls  t|,t,il*  „,,„„, „,,,!
vmn'I'liome nf twenty nther i    ,. .,. .
■* ' l!«Ail*,aa_,        „,,rl     XX'I>    Will     lllUKC    it
that they
If >nu will smid ns ynur name und
millions and uurc" l<> sell fur iu twelve
hoxes »f Dr. Arnnld's limtlisli Inxin  ^.jves  ill   thi
Pills nt25.-. |>eihnx, we will give y
x/,o
address,  and
our husiness
wo
to see
STOCK FOR SALE.
premiums such as tine sets of Jeivwh y,
IliiiKs, Violins, Mandolins, IVn Sels,
Hnteen Skit'ts, Va ras, elc.   Ileiin-iii-,.
her we don't want any money until jivro given the hest possiblesorv-
nftiM'vnu si'll llu> I'ills anil  vnu don'l   > iir .     ,, i
have in sell anv nun-.- than 12 hoxes In 1.,c',• " (' o\mi\tn through per-
Bet.the premiums, Thia is a hona licit* sonnlly eoiiilucled excui'SIOll
oltei li-oni a reliahle eniii-i'i-n that lins ,   .      ..    , ,,
tlimisands of dollars wurih „f ,wirs, nnd in  fowl  give you the
"overthi' inuii ihenelit of the latest  convonien-'
Kni-lisliTnitin Pills are a well kilnivn [*9S AMOVflYto llloilei'll   railroad
n-mi'dy for all diseases of tho kiiliu-ys i in,r.    We     hnve     15    ililVerent
and hladder, rtriitht's disea-e, dinhoti'S,
i-hcuuiiiiisin,  urvuus   linuM s,  ami
fennile c.nniplninl.s, and are for sale hy
all llrr-l ' lass iir UKirists and deniei-!
F the woi-lti,   Ynu huve i
Durham Bulls,
Cows, Cows irt
and Heifers, Boar
Riven _^_^
pi'i'tuiunis fn agents nl
try,   Hemi'inhi'i'iilsu that Dl', Ainnlil'.
nlV
iill pn-ls (	
to show ilu'in In si.|| (hi'in. Vnu ....
nntiilTi'iini* soineiliinfe ilmi lhe peopli-
don't knmv. Our wnti-lius ni-i* (lie
ri'uulnr siantlai'il size fnr I.iulirs or
(ienlli'tur'H in Niiki'l or Hun M'lnl
Oases witli handsome llttihihiii'pil illiiis
ami reliable liiuP*kee|ioi-8, wieelu's
sui-h as no Indy nr (.'.enlleninn tved he
nshauii'il to i-iii'i-v, nnd they will he
sent ahs'lulely Free In all wh" sell
only fwelvo hoxes of those wonderful
Tnxin I'ills. Write at nnce uml he Ihe
Hist in ynur Ineallly tn earn one nf
iliose beautiful watchesandi-liain, As
toon as we receive your letter or post.
card we will send you post paid twelve
boxes, liHfcthei' witli our Illustrated
CiibaloRiiunnd heatitifullv cnlm-rd iimi
with ynur name and address nn ns nur
Ilillhoraed airent. Heat in mind thnl
ynu will not he naked tn sell nnv more
lhan the la boxes and we don't want
any money until after vou have snid
them, We btiill'all Ihe expense audi
are only tnnkiu-f Ibis liheral offer tis a
inetbnd of advertlslm* fir, Arnnld's
Kiiglish Toxin I'ills. Don't delny,
write nl rinee and earn a betiiil iful present, for yourself for Christmas,
Address
ARNOLD  MEDICINE CO., Dept. 118
50 Adelaide St. Esat, Toror to.On t
iug.   We   have	
routes hetween   Ihe  East   and
the West, and are in posilion to
give you <l),e henelil of the   bos!
continuations.    Write us   and
giyi*jiyna I'ulJ- pai'tiou-
fLL, Uoni'i
112 Third
Fresh Calved
Calf,   Steers
Tiifs, Sows
and Young Bigs,  Sheep ani
Poultry.    Saddle    and   Pa
i
Ponies.    A   ptrticularly   finej
young Durham bull for sale.
>vo wi
j„rs. li.l'i.'TKi':,
Agent 111. C-m{, Ij
St., Portland, Ore.
rYpply to
j. A. CCt'l.SON,
tt  miles  from   Midway,
Dispatch oflice.
MINERAL AC
or
50 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copvriohts Ae.
Aiiyono "t'tnllnw upkoldi nud doscrlptlqn nitty
llckly tiai-yi'litln tmr ii|,liilr,n frot; \vtit>!ln>r tin
rvolilli'ti In lirnliiilrly nntqnliililo.   Cniiiliniiilni.
'   '    " ll...r,ll 1,11 I'lllOtlU
ISiSlfgiSSSS
ovemeivts.
quickly
Inveii"
ilonn
lUllitl'flU. Milium (i-i,,,..,, ... __
1'iiti'iitn tiikoii ihrmiuli Munu \ (
H>tcUtl notice, wit limit vlmrKo, In tho
Scientific Mirlm*
Aliftiiilmitticlv tlluBtrntdtl weekly.   1-nrwnt nir*
yt'nr; four immi lm, |t. SulU by nil iirnvHiloHlfis.
MUNN to910""1"" New York
•  awitoli oniM, eHi t Ht„ Wtmiiiii-aoit. D. xi.  .%.
Certiiicate   ol   lmpr
Ity a-Aft. o a*.
MoilNUQIlT   Minkkai.t
Situate In   tlio   Keltic Mining IIv'stpii of
Ynlo IHsti'tct.   Whoro Locitodi-lfi'Loni!
Lnke Cnmp, lylnir smith of nnd   itdjulii-
Ing Uio tails' oftholnlto mlnornl clnim
-r.\KK SOTICK   Ilml  I.  Spuiicnr   llrlur
1 in.in, two mini'i'V corllllcntu No.   nlllHii
liiii-iiil nlxly ilii)'« from llm iliiir horoof, In itf-
jtly to tlio Mlnlni
.liiitur, zym
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Slave if you -will, but if you perfor to mako
housework easy, use
It makes home brighter
OT Made only by THE M. J;-.
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T.h^ "BARRISTER"
Vlanufacturecl by the-Hilda Gigar
Company, Hamilton, Ontario.
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THE MAP TO STAY...
1
It will be the most important Railway Centre in the
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in the centre of i
rieli Mining, Stoek-Raising*
Ranehing, Gardening, Manu-
factoring, Coal Producing,
and Railway Dlstriet.
Midway property will
make yoa rieh. It is not
a speculation, it is an in-
I
Midway, the coming railway, commercial, wholesale  and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle Biver
and Boundary Creek Dis.
tricts, is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek and Kettle Biver.
The  leading  residence
town in the country, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply, and surrounded by rich agricultural land.
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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. YVOVENDEN, Sec,
HO St John Street,
Montreal, P. tt.
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
<\ M. OKOUSE,
Agent fur British UiiIuiiiIiU,    til
Midway, li, r.
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SChe §tepatclj
SATUKDAY, APRIL 25,   1808.
(Continued fiom Page I.I
per Canada as vice-chancellor.
In 1872 he returned to public
life and became premier and attorney general of Ontario, representing North Oxford. During his term of office he hod
frequent controversies with the
Dominion gouernment, notably
the boundary question, provincial autonomy, appointment of
Queen's counsel and other cases, which he carried to the
privy council in England and
was uniformly victorious in his
contentions. He was one of the
fathers of confederation, and in
his earlier speeches and attitude
followed strictly the course
marked out by his leader, Hon.
George Brown.
Upon the formation of the
Laurier government in 1890 he
was called to the office of minister of justice. He resigned
that position in November, 1807
to accept the lieutenant-governorship of Ontario.
Sir Oliver was a member of
. the Presbyterian church, and
for many years was president
of the Evangelical alliance. He
always took a deep interest in
social and religious' matters,
and has contributed on several
occasions to religious literature.
In recognition of his public
sorvices, Queen's university in
1892 conferred upon him the
degree of LL. D., and Toronto
univorsity paid him the same
honor in 1889. On May 24th,
1892, he was created K. C. M. G.
The obseques which took
place on Wednesday wore altogether the most imposing over
witnessed in this city.
Principal Caven of Knox Col-
ledge, a lifelong friend of Sir
Oliver, delived a short address;
Rev. Dr. Black, of St. Andrew's
church, read the service, Rev.
Dr. McLaren, of Knox College,
and Rev. Gandier, of St James
Square church,   had charge of
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the only Western Newspaper receding the entire telegraphic news service of the New York Sun and special
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Sub-erilx, for THB OIBHATf'H ao*
Tha Weekly Inter Ormn one yenr,
both pnpen for M.50.
New Overland Service.
Fast time to Chicago and the
East via the Union Pacific and
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway. That is the route of
the new overland service.
Splendid route and splendid
service.
H. S. ROWS. General Agent,
Chicago Milwaukee fe St Paul Railway,
134 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
R. M. BOYD, Commereial Agent,
Chicago. Milwaukee fe St. Paul Railway,
(IS Pint Avenue, Seattle.
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rrien Wanted t* is at
To soil for the large Fonthill nurseries.  Appll
eatlons should be died at once.. Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
"SS^ Stona & Wellington.
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the prayers and other portions
of the service. The pallbearers were members of the Caithness Society, of which the deceased was the patron.
Sir Wilfred Laurier and Sir
William Mulock acted as honorary pallbearers. Other members of the cabinet present were;
Scott, Fielding, Sutherland,
Templeman and Patterson
Among the members of the
house of commons in attendance was R. S. Macpberson, nf
Vancouver. The chief mourn
ers were the sons and sons-in-
law of the deceased.
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Grand Forks, b, C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR,
Home-grown, ihrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberrie , Strawberries, etc.
A fine assortment of Naples and ether shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals,
The secre! of gucotWH in planting, is, kibst—to 81-cnro Rood stork.
second—io plant n» noon un possible after it is ilnu
Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at
Midway two d8js after they are dup.
Price list,  and |fnli; Inforinntioi 3pro nptly   Riven,
THE NORTHWESTER!
BUSINESS  COL EGE.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work i.s clone; where the re»
is always given; where confidence is developed ; where
K-KKPtNo is taught exactly as books are being kept in busii
where Shokthani) is scientific; where penmanship is at
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training" in Q
11, Servick, Telegraphy, English and Cartooning wakes1
students, develops their powers and teaches them howio
successful. No argument is so eloquent as the record
things well done.    No mortgagecai upt,  no thief B
break through and steal the knowledge of How to I )o.   ^ls
you know what a school can do for you by what it has done1'
others is it better to trust to luck?   Is it wiser to guess.'1
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokam W-»
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The Dispatch

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