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\ VoL 8, No. 8.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, AUGUST, 20, 1904.
82.00 per Year.
■.-^-l-t^i
Best Hotel
in Midway
Crowell's
Hotel
Headquarters For
Railway, Mining:,
and
fi
Commercial Hen m
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B_m^
Rigs
to any part of the
Country
^ForGuest'sconvenience||
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Grand   Forks Street Carnival.
And still the good work goes
merrily on. Everybody i»
yetting busy. Theearni-
val directors nre all; in high
feather over the assured success of their gigantic enterprise.
The time of voting for the queen
hns been extended to the 20th
of August. It will then be
known who will wear the crown.
The contest between the prospective queens is now at fever
heat and votes are coining in
as voluminously as Japaneso
missiles at Port Arthur. The
fair contestants are all charm*
ingspocimens of femininebeauty
und womanly; whoso gentle
attributes und graces makes
any one of them worthy to adorn
any throne. It will be a pretty
picture. The merry queen picturesquely surrounded by her
gorgeously attired routino will
present a vision of dnzzelliug
beauty long to be remembered.
The foundations of the frame
work for the trimphul arch are
completed and electricians and
decorators are busily at work
from early morn until late in
tbe evening. The scheme .if illumination is of a magnitude
that will make night as bright
as day.
A grand displuy of fireworks
will take place each night from
the roof of the triumphal
arch and the administration
building, while all ears .will bo
gladdened by the glorious music
of the famous Greenwood band.
Fun and display will then follow
fast and furiously.
Everyone will see the latest
and most sensational bnloon ns-
•tension McClellnu and his awe
inspiring torpedo parachute
drop. This is something entirely new in aeronautics and has
never boforo beeu seen.
The wonderful; the dare
devil Zoyarra, will run up a
slender column to a dizzy height
on a rolling globe with his
beautiful wife poised aloft on
one hand.
The fearless trapezists, Messrs
Cole & Cole,  will excute their
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The drudgery of Houseworkjdisappears where it is used.       |
Once Used It Becomes
A STICKER
There is no getting over it.
Always Fresh and in Stock at
Thomas Drug Co.    Midway
dexterous and intrepid evolutions in mid air on the flying
trapeze.
You will laugh—Ed Coleman,
the funny tramp juggler, will
make you roar at his funny
pranks and mirthful exeeiitri-
cities.
Fleet! non frungi—Cynthia-
She bends but she does not
break. Cynthia, the graceful,
flexible equilibrist will win you
with her wonderoiis graco and
dexterity.
Tho inimitable Kelsey &
Moore They defy the laws of
gravity and equipoise on the
high wire introducing feats of
balancing that have neeer boforo boen attempted.
Thvre are also tho Parisian
Marvels direct from the Foles
Berger, tho brothers Scbeek.
tho world's greatest novelty
acrobats. Also the great. Dana
brothers, whose dashing ach-
ievonts on tho flying rings will
oause you to wonder.
Harry Thompson in his wonderful slide for life. He will
slido with amazing rapidity
from an awe inspiring height
down an acutely inclined wire.
Ceo. H, Williams & Co., (thirteen people) with their great
plantation bIiow depicting the
merriest merriment from the
sunny south; also tho great Jat
su mai-i troupe of Japanese
jugglers nnd acrobats.
Ali Ren Musin.the mysterious
Bedouin, nnd a host of others
too numerous to mention.
The St-ndiu'm. This vast canvas is tho theatre in which will
be presented in rapid succession
a multitudinous many of the
latest and most brilliant yando*
ville attractions. Then there is
the old "stand by" the merry
merry-go-round. Who can resist it?
All will have a cbnnco to see
tho great novelty parlor with
sixty of thc latest peep hole slot
machines showing scenes and
pictures that are strange and
unusual. There is also to be a
grand rock drilling contest embracing vigorous competition
from nil the neighboring towns.
Every available space is being
rapidly taken up for strauge,
wierd and mystical illustrations
freaks of nature 'etc. A living
sheep with five legs will gambol
briskly to the amusement of all
beholders.
No detail has been overlooked,
no expense spared to make this
undertaking satisfactory and
successful.
A beautiful decorative program which in Itself is a thing
of beauty and interest can be
obtained by everybody.
Now is the time to procure
season tickets. Get them with
a quickness. Tho salo of these
tickets closes Aug. 23rd. No
more wil! be sold during: the
carnival.
There is a $20. for the best
decorated float decoratod in
■ arnival colars, viz: red, yellow
ind Green. A second prize of
•U5 nnd $10 for the 3rd.
Don't forget the Mar de Gras,
'he night when frolic nnd fun
will reign supreme. A carload
.f confetti is on linnd nnd none
'nit. prudes and old maids will
ibject to its throwing.
Don't miss Friday night,
he greatest night of thc seuson.
nerinl big features are reserved
'or Friday night.
Murder At Phoenix.
Last Fridayeveningthousual-
ly quiet town of Phoenix was
thrown into a state of excitement over a murder, Avhich was
committed in a house of ill fame.
A negro, named Joshua Bell-
got into an altercation with a
girl and in the mix up, Bell
stubbed the woman with a
knife just above the heart;
he then made his escape. Constables at each town were notified tobe on the lookout for
the murderer, but his capture
was brought about by the citizens of Phoenix turningout and
overhauling their man about
two miles from tho town.
Bell was taken to Nelson,
where he will stand his trial at
the next assizes.
Referring to tho murderer
the Bossland Miner says:
Joshua Bell, the colored man
who eut his wifo to pieces in
Phoenix last week, wns well
known in Rossland. He resided here for a couple of months
this summer, and distinguished
himself by getting into several
rows during his sojourn in tho
Golden city. The woman was
a prostitute and was finally ordered out of tho community by
tho police. She went to Phoenix, and it was at tho latter
place that Bell killed her. Tho
murderer is awaiting trial in
the provincial jail at Nelson,
and has been positively identified by several eye-witnesses of
the killing as the man who did
tho fatal cutting.
In Rossland Bell achieved a
reputation for having an ugly
temper, lie was descrided by
acquaintances as quiet enough
ordinarily but possessed of a
devilish temper, qoite uncon-
trolable when aroused.
Prior to coming to Rossland,
Bell lived for a time at North-
port. Previously he had done
time in an American penitentiary. In Northport ho attacked and administered a frightful
beating to "Jud," tho colored
maa who formerly lived in Rossland. To avoid the consequences of this act Bell came to
Rossland, and wns soon followed
by his wife.
Bell ran a shoebluek stand at
Burken's barber shop, Ho was
short stocky and badly bow-
legged.
On one occasion Bell got into
an altercation with a white
man at the Clifford saloon, the
white man being tho agressor.
Finally Bell flashed a razor and
stood his attackers at bay.
Sergeant Williams, of the police force, was close at hand and
entered the saloon. Tho razor
incident was recounted to him
and he searched Bell, but failed
to locate the weapon, which the
colorod man had secreted with
marvellous rapidity and security. On another occasion he
beat his wifo badly and it was
at this juncture that ho loft for
Grand Forks.
Among tho colored population iu Rossland ho was naturally well known. All of them
had a profound respect for him,
however, owing to the general
impression that once aroused
his passion would not stop
short of murder. Ho was
known to bo armotl continuously and had things pretty much
his own way in local colored
circles during his sojourn in
Rossland.
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Published wuultly at Mldwaj-.TI. C.
SiibHCPlptlon price, $2.1)0 porunmini, payable
lunilviuioe, elt.hur ycvrly or hnlt yearly at, tho
option o( the milMorilier.
Ailvertlnlngrates hoiiV.on upplii-iilinn.
SATURDAY, .August 20,  WOi.
THE STANDARD OIL "CODE."
The Standard Oil "code (is
given by T, W. Lawson, the
Boston; copper magnate, ia as
follows:. , '
"Keep your mouth closed, us
pilen'celis golden, and gold is
v init \ys exist for.
-XevVr put 'Standard Oil'
<^. Is ift writing, as your mem-
< - anjjii the other fellow's for-
:.. j'uMoss will our organization
..'ever forget our legal department is paid by the year,
and our land is full of "courts
and judges.
"Never enter into a 'butting
contest with the Government.
Our [Government is by the
people, and with-the people;'
and wc ire the people, and.-we,.-
are the people, and those people;
who are not us, car. be hirad b;
US.     ;' ■   ',     " -y
"Ajways do right; right mtlfcei
might; might, makes dollars;dollars make right; and we have
the dollars,"
ilBirijmi r o
$f4ifa'J{%fe^^.H^Majesty's Hails
„ Will, leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays jthd; Sa^rdays," at 8.30 a. ni., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p.m,
Returning'will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and. Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 3.00 p. m.,and makingconnection .vyith ilie train going east at 3:00 o'clock.
The best of accommodation for
<f      the convergence  of the
i'tt..A       ■   ^r&Ve'-snfli public.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
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wMtwiMw-SIW ■-■if miit wmmm
flitchell, Lewis & Staver ComaJ
WHO CARRY 'A FULL LINE OF j
FARMING IMPLEMENTS &WAG0NSI
CHAMPION MOWERS AND RAKES.
HADLEY BANCH, WASH, p-o.Addre,«,MM
Rositleilcc- one mile Hiiuth
of Midway,
THE
CANADIAN BANK OF
With Which is Amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA!
TfiE RICH BOUNDARY..   •
The Boundary country, up to
a comparatively short timerttgo-j-
was looked upon as containing
large quantities ot' mineral but
of a. low grade. More recent
development work ba. proved
that the ■country not only contains immensej bodies of low-
grade ore, but that it contains
numerous small ledges o£exceptionally high values. As yet
the.'cduhtry is only in its infah-
cy $s regards development, so
tltitt in tne lapse of time it is
difficult io estimate the wealth
of the district. Ina recent ^editorial, referring to. the richness
of,the Boundary country the
Vancouver Province saya.: -
The recent developinemtwork
in many of tlie mining properties   in  the  Boundary  Creek
country camps has demonstrated  one fact  which    must'* be
peculiarly   gratifying   to   the
people    of  this   province—the
facit that in -addition   to thje.
monstrous, the  practically   inexhaustible, ledges of low-grade
or.ofiwhich.iHiean permanent in^-;
dustrial  activity .to  that  district, mines exist in wbich the
values are exceedingly high,:ai$d
in wjjich   they promise  of increasing with dept.    The   progress of the work proves that
this is  not  a condition  which
has been  discovered in regard
to one or two properties   only;
but that it is general throughout the district.    This   means
that the region offers rewards
not  only   to  those  possessing
much capital who can, employ
their money  to  advantage  in
extracting  the precious metal
room the low-grade properties;
but to those enterprising spirits
as well who,   in  exploring the
tli#  !, country    are    fortunate'
eijough to secure a "high-grade
mine.   The district, in  fact, is
at once a rich man's and a poor
man's country, ■■ ■■ •■,
HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO.
Paid-up Capital,
Reserve Fund
Aggregate Resources (.']() Nov. 1903) over —
$Ui
3.OOQ11
830uu]
LONDON OFFICE
NEW YORK AGENCY
60LOMBARD STREET E.I
WM. GRAY I
Agi nh
H. B. WALK l-i
10 EXCHANGE PLACE.
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•In addition the Bank has 1(17 branches and Agencies in (and
and the United States, including the following in.British i „|_|
bia and the Yukon Territory:
ATLIN,    GREENWOOD,   NELSON,    VANCOUVER (2 ofli«
CRANBROOK,        KAMLOOPS, NEW WESTMIXsd
DAWSON,      NANAIMO, LADYSMITH,        VICTOR.
FERNIE, WHITE HORSE.
BRANCHES I.N THE UNITED STATES
New York,        San Francisco,        Portland, Seattle,
Deposits received, exchange bought and'sold and
scription of banking business transacted.
Greenwood Branch
W  ALLISON, Mam?
Skiftij
every
McDonald is Elected.
Revelstoke, Aug. 17.--Tliree
more polling sub-divisions in
Lillooet have been beard from,
announcing the following fig-
iires: ',.;'■  -.
Alkali    Lake—McDonald   7,
StoddartS.
Big Bar-McDoriald 15, Stud
dar'tV ;  '■' ;A-.;.;..-_
127-AIi'le House—McDonald II,
Sitoddalt 3.:   .
:Tho total results to date give
McDonali 15:1 and Htoddnrt 102.
; The fslection of McDonald in
Lillooet adds another member
,to the McBride government.
which circumstances are greatly
tb be deployed by all those
favoring a bett n- administration
of affairs in the province, j
Hpw-syer, the result is about as1
looked for, and the small ui.t-
jority-obtiijwed by the government-candidate should be reason' for'the: supporters of the
opposition to-congrntulat'-themselves at trj.li■'piogj-esfj they have
made since last elect ion in that
constituency. At the general
elections-' held last October, it
was thought useless by the opposition to put up a candidate, and McDonald, ah obscure individual, then acting in
thecapiicity of road; loss,, was
allowed to take the seat. After
McDonald's nomination h,, con.
tinned to draw pay and was for
that.'i'eason unseated, but when
it was announced that,an election would take place to (ill the
vacancy in Lillooet; McDonald
fiiinciunced himself u candidate
for ..r^eledtoin, Opposition
forces went to work, and in the
face of great odds, succeeded
in at'let'iftt'redu.-,iiig McDonald's
majority to a verysmall number
The opposition * made a good
light ,-ts will bc seen by the
large „titnber of votes*1 polled
for Mr, Stoddiirt.
In tho mnttcr of tlio Fstnto ol John Sullivan
' late of Boundary Msii-ict, Keltic Rivcr,
,  ' netcr the Tni'm of Midway,   British Columbia, l)0C5aj,ed.
v:oTlC'K is lioi-nh*- xi'rai pufsuiviil to the
'N   "Truntcos and Bxooutotw Aot" lhat all
•'vi:i!jr:\,  and Dl.liors having oUims  jiuiiin-l
Mic eatatcof the wild John Sullivan who dk-il
•'ilor ubout.the liil.h day of Kehniarj- A.I).
IIW2, Aro required nn or before Ihu Int day of
'Vt ninii- A. ll. 11*11. lo Hntid liy |iost, prepaid or
lojlvor  to the undbl-afgned  their ChrlKtlan
mil isuviinnies, aildreHseniind ASPertpMOllB, the
(nil particulars of thoir claims, duly verlllod,
the statomolit   nf their .account^,   nnd   the
.aliiru of lhe>'ceiiritien(if any) hold hv Ihoiu,
AND    KUIITHKH    TAKK   NOTK.T.  Ihal
aflomnch IomI  mentioned dato the extoutor
i will proceed I., dlntrlhuto the iiksoIh nf the
r rjiuil dcuonRucI amongst'tho  parties cntltlcil
[ thoieti), hcvliiu l-egara only to Ilie  elainin uf
! which he shall than havo notlou and thai thi
| said expomoi-s will nol he liable for lho snid
assolsorany part ihereof to   any  person or
porsonaof whoso oiaitnanotlOS nlmll nol have
I ooeivod hv Win at tho time of sueh dls-
li'iliiitinii.
Ilate.l tliis Ij'ilh day of .lime A. 1). IBM,
■.lel'im.l.II'S WOOTTOX _ HAHNAUII.
Of iiairk of Montreal Ohambors. ViototlRB.Cii
wilii'iloi'sfor lhe exoeulnr of Ilie Inht will nf
the snd doooasod,
tWrft    Jis
"la-,-ia i-titt S.
MAIL CONTRACT
QIEALED TBNOERS, addressed to the Post-
Mmasloi-Qoiioral, will be rooolved at Ottawa
lOltlScDll
forlhe
ji pro
until Noon, on Knil
conveyance of Mr    .,; ,j, i|i    Malls,
posod i   iriirii'! (or ii iv j uare, . • i.,
each way, bel j Mjittraj   niid   SI
tliu 1st. ii. tobcr next.
Printed    notices  nniiliilnli-g   furtl
matlu . is-to w uiiii'ii -, of   ivr.po id
may i "      . mil lilt.i I form- nl   Toi
lm pb! ini ! al lho  Post Ollloos nl
Hool I  r. it, Oamp MoKinni i    nnd
rlllo.
I'o i DllloeInspector's OfHoo,
Vnhnou Mr,,'iiii. Augusl Ilml.
JOHN' IMIIIKKN'KIKLli
i'o-IOIIir'irlnspiTlol''
Miilway,
al    Ud.
BIG
Street Carnival
A big street Carnival will be
it'll! during the race Meet «t
Grand Forks, IJ. C, Atigint
2lth,i')th, 26th and 27th, l!K)l.
The most novel attraction ever
held in the Boundary country.
Four days of general entertainment and merrymakuig in
which the whole boundary
country is cordially invited to
participate. An interesting
feature will be
The Coronation of the Queen
who will be elected by popular
vote. Candidates are entered
fromjtossland, Nelson, Greenwood, Phoenix, Republic, North-
port and Grand Forks, and »
close and spirited contest is
looked for. On the day of
election the carnival directors
will present the successful candidate with a purse oi $250 for
preparatory expenses of coron
atiqn.   There will bo u
Rock Drilling Contest
for a valuable prize $200, in
which the best drilling teams
in the surrounding country will
meet, in competition. Another
featilre will be
Grand Midway Ptaisanee
which will be stocked with
novelties of' every description.
The gala attraction will be a
Mardi Gras Gight when everyone is invited to mask from 7
to 11:30 p. ni. For further particulars see posters.
Special Rates on all Railways
OARNiVAt WEEK
Hoard of
reenoy, .1
son, (j. Ui
M. Whit*
Buhler.
Directors; Alderman
Temple, I'. Donald-
in, •). Koss, I;. Petrio,
•I,   Loamy  and  C.
NELSON Fl
Second Annml Exhibition .f»|
Nelson Agricultural
A.YD
INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATIOSI
September 28 & _j
NEW BUILDINCJ
FINE GROUNDS
B1C PREMIUM LIS!
Novel  Oki  Air   AM
J.
Write for Prize Lint,
E.   ANJNABLE,   Si
NELSON. B. i'-
Special Excursions to St. Lo«'
August 8,9 and 10, Septet-1
5, Band 7 and October 3, * *
5 aro the remaining dates "P
which tickets will be sold sl
reduced rates to the St.l>*
Fair.   These  rates upply9rf
the Denver and Bio Grand"
Missouri    Pacific.     Fol'
pfttrons of those roads s]$
excursions cars   will   *w
through from Portland »»(l
Louis without change.
See the many points of H*
est ubout the Mtn'tiien
aud talco n  ride throiiji
turo's picture gallery,
During the closing !'
travel to the Fair will *"
heavy,    ff you eond mf'-'1*0.8
CiiP'i
nit.
GRAND   FORKS
Aug., '24 to 27, '04.
iny write \V V. Mclh'ii'1''
agent at Portland for tl)--
ver and Uio Grande, forp*1*
lars of these Excursions- irrison was over atFair-
rinsr the weok.,
V^tt.Z:A-jyi   ;       .A, ■
b-oomfield  ret timed  on
ly from a trip  to -Camp
fe-H*   l " .:-
ini Mrs. 'E.* Hull,  of
| are visiting the latter's
rs. Jas. McNicol.
larrison    returned this
jmashort stay at his
|ear Westbridge.
Richardson and H. H.
spent a  few days at
rereek last week  fishing.
jfeyerhoff has commenced
;tho grain crop on 'the
i w|^-h }ie'purchased from
Sullivan estate, hist spring,
iliool reopens next Monday,
ng tpv;.tlie excessively hot
their i| Was decided not to
>tho schools of the province
1 a week later than usual. .
JHesCason for grouse shoot-
opened on the American
|_^i;L"'lh inst, and although
J" js are reported not to be
■iful as last year, a large
have been shoot.
jirk from an engine  on
lay's incoming train set
he dry grass on the outlet' town and before ex-
Ihed burned over quite a
■trip of ground.   Had it
pit font number of resi-
juining out and putting
lire, when they did. it is
ll-cr. likely some of the
Ices in that vicinity would
lii'ered.
c*! aro   out culling  for
forthe carrying of His
y's  mail   twice in.week,
n here and Sidley,   Uere-
t he mail for Sidley went
\p  MclvnneV and wasi
lii^rim ;on.-'jioi*eh;icljL "-.o.
Now    that   there are
jl' number    of  ranchers
IrSidJey, vfluj were inclined h^ the '•former* inad-
|e nutjl scBvicekithas been
^.l tti iido|*t'th'e nciv* route;
[Hussell and, • l^atrick Dcr-
have bonded Hope No. 2,
nerul claim in Skylark catnp.
Iclaiin is owned by Robert
Bjun'&atfd adjoins the Silver
|and tlite Silver Cloud, both
|ly bonded.   Ore running
kli as $-130 to the ton has
lakeii from    the    Silver
}. and the lead   averages,
»t the King and the cloud,
MiefcltomarkV thebond-
prs  . of    the    Hope    are
nil sluicing   the   property
Wng the   water    from   a
spring on the claim.
THfi MOST   DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONTINENT
i     Throunh Salt Uke City, Gleen wood Spring*, Leadville, Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver
A.Daylight flide JKrovigK Nature's/\rtGallery
Passing Castle Qate, Canyon of The Orand,;Tennessee Pass,
Marshall Pass and theJRoyal Qorge
3 "TRAINS DAILY BETWEeToGDENAND DENVER     3
EQUIMENT  ANO:SERVICE 'SEOOND TOlNONE
SEEK   NO   FURTHER,   FOR   BETTER    CAN'T
BE    FOUND
For UcUllijir Inlornntlon.r Addrtns
W.C. McBRIDE,   Oeneral   Agent
114 Third Street
PORTLAND,   OREGON
DR.   SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phone DU, V. * N.
C. J. LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR and
NOTARY PUBLIC.
.MIDWAY, B. C.
p_ M. KERBY
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
Pkovikci'al  LaIs'I)    Surveyor
AM)
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Olili-oal Orand Koines.
McLEOD k BROWN.
Bakhistkks, Solicitous, Etc.
Gkkknwooi*. n. C.
The Fair Route
via Chicago or New Orleans to
St. Louis, is the one that gives
you the most for your money,—
und the fact that the ILLINOIS
CENTRAL  offers unsurpassed
service via these points   to the
WORLDS PAIR, and  in  this
connection to all points heyond,
makes it to your advantage before making final arrangements.
We can offer the choice of at
least a dozen different routes.
B. H. Trumbull,
Commercial Agent.
Portland, Oregon
J. C. LlNDSEY,
T.F. &P. A„
Portland.Ore.
Paul B, Thompson,
F. & P. A„
Seattle,  Washington.
'»!iF*5?*i'     »" ' »< «»»v   uvvvi
tf'x&J-.:
Rock Creek, B. C.
S. T LABSEN, Prop.
Stopping place for Stages to
and from all Boundary
Creek points.
Good Aeeommodation for the Traveling Pnblie.
Tourist
Cars East
Many experienced travelers
prefer tourist sleeping cars
for the transcontinental
journey.      The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway
9
can arrange for your trip
east in tourist cars, offer you
choice of route's and save
you money.
H. S. ROWE,
Oeneral Agent.
134 Third Street, Portland
Counterpanes Displace
Blankets
Chicago, Milwaukee  &
foul Railway Comdanyowns
loperates tho sleeping cars
Irvice on its various lines,
[has just inaugurated   an
ration   which will appeal
sleeping car travelers.
its  "Southwest Limited'.
»s between   Chicago   and
fas City whijte counterpanes
Kid-spreads  have replaced
J heavy   woolen    blankets
lit have heretofore been in
p'-w twelve months in each
milch to the discomfort
M "'author of sleeping car
pons.
p-kets will be held in re-
f H-d within reach for cool
pits.
'1"i ^novation is calculated
"ut only add to the comfort
Nsengers but it will appeal
[al1 who like,a hod that is in-
r'K in apoarance.
MINERAL ACT
Certiflciite   of   Improvements
woTicnq.
UuTCMKit Boy   Minkkai.  Claim.
f,f Situate In  tho Oreenwood Minim? IMvislon
or Yale  District.   Where  located:  In
Carmi Camp on the West Fork of Ke t
River.
"TAI.KNOTICE Ilmi   1. .John   I'. MoLiinii
' free Mlnuti"' certlfioate Mo* llfHHll),  noting
;ts agent fur lt')lnjr; I). Kerr, Yreu Miner's Cor-
, , ., ,, ,.     lifluntcNo. itolJIi'l nml I'lilllp II. S. Stftnliot-o
be seen by reference to the pedi- Kroo Miner*Cortlfloato •*•>• l,v'ts'- i"i«'"Uixtj-
gpee, this horse conies from the dny» (voiMthodiitu hereof. touppiy t.i tho MiniiiK
,      ,     n     i       e     ,1 -ra     ■• i    Rooordor for Certllk-iHc   of   Iinurovonioiitt*.
l>e_t blood of tbe English
thorough breed and was selected by Col. Dent of the British
Remount Department purposely for breeding to Canadian
mares with the intention of producing remounts and high class
' "SENTINEL"
will stand at R. G. Sidley's,
of Sidley, for the service
marcs. Terms for season $5.00
cash at time of service, lie is
a seal Brown, stands 15 hands 2
in, weight 1100 pounds, as may
Spokane Falls iNopten
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
»ov<g., Tiny
ALL THE TIME
BY USING
Irivers.
For   Sale
00   tons  of  first   class   baled
timothy hay.   Apply to  B.  6,
Sidley, Sidley, B, C. or Dispatch
oflice, Midway.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
Tho iinilorKlgnoil having boon rwlwoil
IiohIIIi hy simple meniw nft<-r SUfttorlng for
uvoml yuiH'H with ft Mvoro lung ftffootlon, mul
tlmt ilrosil illnoftHeConsumpilon.lKiitixImni to
tiiiike known to his fellow smffore ibe moans «f
uiire. To Uioho who doslro It, he will chcordilly
sand (free of ohm-go) ii copy of the proscription
used, which thoy will find n sure cure for Consumption, Aslhm», Bronchitis nml nil throat
rikI lung Maladies. II" hopesull suRbrorswll
ryhls remedy,null In invaluable, Those <lo-
Irtngthd prosm-lptlon, which will cost them
nolhing, nml may prove a blessing, will ploiiHo
ildrosi, Rev. EDWARO A. WILSON, lli*ooklyn,
Now York.
fm- the purposo of obtaining Crown Oranl.  of
the above claim.
Ami furthor lake nolleo thafacllnn, under
sootton Vt, musl lie oommuncod before Ihe
lssuanoe of suoh Cortitlohte of ImprovomontE.
Dm ed this llth dny Df April, IIKII,
J. P. Mcl.KOI)
J. S.  HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
■ REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CERTIFICATES OP IMPROVEMENTS
AND CROWN GRANTS OP PRE-
EMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
& G. N. By.,
Van., Vic&B. By Co.
The nnly all- rail route between
pniuts enst, west and south to Boss
land, NeNnn, (linnd Forks aod Bcpuli*
lie. Connects nt fipoknne with the
Orenl Nnithern, Northern Pacific and
O. rt. & N. Co. for points east, west
and smith ; connects at Rossland and
Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Uy.
Connects at Nelson with the K. R. * K,
(In. for Kaslo aud Slocan point*.
Connects at Cnrl-tw with mas* tor
(Irwnwooil and Midway B.C.
Itnffvt cars run on trains between
Spokane and I(e|iuhllc.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14,1903:
Loavo, Arrive.
R.l.i'i.m  SPOKANE  6.15p.m.
111.20 a.m  KOSSI.AND  1.85pm.
7.211 a.m  NKLSON  7.20 p.m.
I0.:il a.m OB ANII FOBK8.... 1.00 p.m.
8.30a.m  RKl'UBUC  «.15p,m
ac. a.. JAOwioir.
WANTKD
Si'KclAI, HRt'RKSENTATIVR In Ihis nnd
adjoining territories, m roproscnt nnd ndver-
Hho nn nld ostabllshod lnisiiu?s« house of solid
flnnnelalslnndlng. Wiilnry J21 weekly, with
oxponsos. ndvnncod oaoh Monday liy check
ilii'i'cl frnm hoadquarlbrs, Kxpenses advanced; position pormauont. Wo furnish every-
thing,
Addross Tho Columbia, Kill Monon Building.
Ohlcgn, III.
WANTKD-KAlTIIKI'l, PERSON TO
call on ruliill trudo and ngenlH for manufacturing liouso having well ostabllshod busi-
ncss; local lorrllory; straight salary f.'n paid
weekly and expense money advanced ; prov
lous oxporlonco iinncuenwiry i iHislllmi pcrmaii-
onti buslnoossuoocssfttl, Bnoloso solf-addros*
sod onvolopo, Superintendent Trrsvulcrs fAi:
Monon Bklg., Clhloago,
MANAdBk WANTED
Trustworthy lady or gentle
iniin to mtiiiiige business in tliis-
oountry .'ind adjoining territory
for well and favorably known
bouse of solid financial standing. $20.00 straight cash salary
and expenses paid each Monday
by check direct from headquarters Expense money advanced.
Position permanent. Address
Manager, SH) Corao Block,
Chicago, Illinois.
General Passenger Agent.
Spoka*ie Wash.
*XIA JL ft M.JLJLJLJLJIJL JLJLJUL*1
TO
SEATTLE, TACOMA
AND  ALL
PACIFIC COAST POINTS
St. Paul, Chicago, New York,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
WANTED
A LOCAL  SALESMAN   FOR
And surrounding territory to
represent
"Canada's Greatest Nurseries."
i
Ntiwest vitriol ies, nnd spee'altira in
Hardy Fruits, Small Fruits, 8hrulw,
Oiiiiuiipiiials. and Hoses, A permanent situation, and territory reserved
for the tight man. Pay weekly,
Hiindsomi' Outfit free. Write for
imilii'iihirs. nnd send <J5cents for our
pocket microscope, j.ist the thing to
us- in examining trees and plant* for
insects.
Stone & Wellington
FONTHILL NURSERIES
over Soo setts
" 'HJONTQ
PALACE AND TOURIST
SLEEPERS,      BUFFET,
LIBRARY    CARS, MODERN DAY COACHES,
DINING CARS,
MCALSA LA CARTE.
BEST ItEAL80N WHEELS
2
2
FAST TRAINS
EAST ;ano west dailv
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES
TO WORLD'S FAIR ST. LOUIS
YOUR CHOICE OF ROUTE.
FOR FULL  PARTICULARS,  RATES,   FOLDERS, ETC, CALL ON OR ADORES8
S.8.YEHRES,     H.BRANDT,
j    O. W. P. A.
ONTARIO SEATTLE.
O.P.IT. A,
SPOKANE. IS ON THE IP OT STAY
3
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Agf-nt for British ('nli,i;ii
Midwuy, JJ. 0,
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate  of   IinprovemetiH
STOTIOB
Mav Minkiiai.  Claim,
Situate In the Gmnwoi-d Mining Division of
Yale District. Where located: In Csmrl
camp on the west fork of the Kettle river.
TAKK NOTICK Hint I. John l>. McLeod,
Fron Miner's Cortlfloato No. H*KW, noting
a* agent for lloliort I). Kerr Freo Milter's
O-rtlBcalo No. 0562110, Philip II. S. Rlunhope
Kreo Miner's Cerllflenle N'o. H.VilS7 nnd
JsmOH C. Dnlo Kree Miner's Cortlfluitc No.
BSiOT, Intond, sixty dnj-s from ihe date liljroof'
to apply to tho Mining lleconler for' »' Cer-1 fijf";
tlflci-toof Improvements, for the purpose of.''Jfj^M
obtaining a Crown Ornnt if the ftliovo clnim.    I
And further tako notice th it. nclion. umlcr ' j'IVm
soclion 37, must be coinmcneed before tho > is- { tfcix^S
sminco of such Certlflcaie of ImproVemcHts.
p
m
Dated this I'M day of April, ISN4.
J. P. McI.KOD.
Larger Sleeping Car Berths.
Ono of the railway companies
that owns and operates the
sleeping ears in service en it
lines, is the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul.
The sleeping ears on this line
wero formerly Pullman cars,
operated by the Pullman Company, hul. fo/' a dozen years
past the railway company has
owned and operated the sleeping car equipment. In buildipg
its sleeping cars, a departure
from the old standard pattern
of cars has been made to the extent of adding about six inches
to tho width and height of the.
sleepers. This permits of wider
and higher berths. Length has
also been added to bejilliK, so
that comfort is found itfrtlicin
whicli is lacking in ordinary
sleeping cars. . ,. ,^,
Those large ears are lyjfefr
vice on practically all of the
linos of the Ht. Paul Road, and
are very populai with the
tWiveling public.
BBSftSftSfiBI
™_8Bi| THE NORTHW
______ h)iA*i I jl	
BUSINESS  COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
■  1|he Sch°01 where -h^hZr\kh7onc-, where the nm
always g.ven; where confidence is developed ; wketa
keeping is taught exactly as books are being kept inU*n
w   re Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is at *
best; where merit is the standard ; where the train',,,, in Cn
Jn5 Tl'    fLE0RAPHY' Ewubh and Cartoon,*,; wakes i
ud   ts, develops their powers and teaches then,     howto
u««fu     No argument is so eloquent as   the record
Y well done.   No mortgage can corrupt,   no thief .
thr0Ufh a,ld ^ *e knowledge of Uow to Do.   Wl
>       "ow what a school can do for you by what i, has dune
others ,s abetter to trust to luck?   Is fc wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE4N0RTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane Was
Riverside  Nurseries
Grand Forks, B.C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - .   PROPRIETOR.
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, eto,
RLaSUlnemeu ,°f Ma!1,es pother shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
10 P"nit-iw soon 08 pnaal.ble .iftej- it is dug.
Trees obtained hm our ;nursery m lie pl;n(oi! ai
Mi iwd> two iia>ci aftur they ape dug.
Pr,CC.""*: nnd ""' ""'""""t'ou promptly Riven.

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