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Vol. I. Hp. 86.
MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1903.
$2.00 per Year.
STOCK TAKING
\   4SALE*.
Our Stock Taking Sale will be
continued for two weeks more, as
we have a few Odd Lines still left
and wish to clean them out.
BOY'S SUITS
Now is yonr ehanee to save twenty five cents
on uvepy Mar ef yonr Boy's Suit.
$8.00 suits for $6.00    I   $4-25   suits   for $3.20
$5.00 suits   for $3 75   '   $3.00  suits    for $2.25
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CLOTHING I
BOOTS
t*
&
SHOES
AND
But good warm Clothing will keep you warm any f
day- Don't go around shivering in- cheap,. shoddy p
Clothes, but call in and get goods that will defy the A
winter's chilly blast. • It costs but very little more, and |,
besides you will look like something in an up-to-date g
Suit  of Clothes or Overcoat.    Purchase now and en- ^
the winter, it is.liable to last a long time. S§*
I joy
on us.
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As to where to buy your footwear,
trial purchase and you become our regular customer.
Good quality and low prices combined never
Important to Fruit  Growers in
British Columbia.
By an error a number of
copies nf the Fruit Murks Ae.t
without tins amendments of
1002 have lieen distributed by
tlie Department of AgnouitUre.
Tlie chief amendments are in
seetion 4 which now reads hh
follows:— "Every person who,
liy himself or thrbtTgh the
agency of anotber person, packs
fruit in a closed package, intended for sale, sluill cause the
package to be marked in a plain
and indelible milliner, before it
is taken fit in the premises
where it is packed—(a) with the
initials of bis Christian name,
and bis full surname and address; (b) with the name of the
variety or varieties; and (c) with
a designation of the grade of
fruit, which sliall include one of
tbe following six marks; for
fruit of the first quality, Xo. 1,
>r XXX; for fruit of the second
quality, No. 2, or XX; and for
fruit of tbe third quality, No 3,
or X; but tbe said mark may
be act'onipaiuetl by any other
designation of grade, provided
that designation is not inconsistent with, or marked more
conspicuously Uinn, the one of
the snid six marks wbich is used
on tbe said package. Other important sections are 0 and 7,
which reads: No person shall
Bell, or offe.j expose or have in
his possession for sale any fruit
packed in a closed package,
upon which package is marked
nny designation whicli represents such fruits as of No. lor
XXX, linest, best or extra good
quality, unless such fruit consists of well grown specimens of
Greenwood's Finances.
The audited accounts of the
Corporation of (ireenwood for
the year 1002 were submitted to
the ciiy council and piissed nt
its meeting last Monday night.
Tho receipts during the yenr
were: Cash on hand January
1, Uenoral account $3,023,0!),
Sinking Fund account $0,282,02,
total $0,312.01; taxes, $21,1-13.S1 ;
interest on tax arrears, $033.28;
trades and liquor licences, 87,-
230,r.(); water reals, $2,307 15;
police department, $1,403.50;
proceeds $5,000 debentures for
School Building account $4,800;
Govt, grant School bldg. account
(part),$4,125; do. for School ordinary expenses, $970.55; Government, account exchange of
site for court bouse, $1,00(1: sun
dry receipts, $000.10; total re
ceiptf, $63,001.80: 'lhe expenditure during -the'L snnie period
was: Sundry creditors frcrii
|90l; $1^05.99; waterworks (capital $1,081.30, maintenance $803.-
85), $2,785.15 ; streets and alleys,
Sl.052.81; police department, f2,-
308.00; fire department, sl,502.-
18 office and law charges £1,970.;
street lighting, $1,258.0(1; .hoard
of health, $475.40: interest and
discount (on debentures $5,137.-
50, general $021.12),* $6,058:62;
bonus sister's hospital. &],00U;
sundries. .2,047.75;School (building .7,350. expenses $2,181.), *!),-
531; Bank of Montreal (hypoti-
cated debentures -f5,000., loan
S-1,500.), *10,H)0: balance, cash
($2.8.31, sinking fund $10,10. 02;
♦10,366.93'j total, $53,001.80. The
accounts Showed among other
information -giVeu. that "there
are arrears of taxes $2.2,307.21 to
collect, and tliat of the $1001000
c illy a close corporation! ai d
Olio Brooklyn group of six
claims in lite heart of that
cainp, has lung been recognized
as one of the best groups in the
Boundary country, No work
has boon done on the property
for over a year, the last being
under 'lie management of -Jas.
Breen, who is understood to
have spent $125,000 in development wilh most satisfactory
results,
Nothing is known here jis to
whether the new bond issue
will have the effect of starting
operations on the property at
an early date, but taken in connection.'with the V. V. tk ]'.
railway construction soon to begin, it is believed that active
development oil tho Brooklyn
group will not be long delayed
after that.
L-i Roi Company on Velvet.
Instead Bf being over its eyes
in debt, tile"Le l?oi conipany is
uow really on velvet, nml a
denutip of tlio ore ac the smelt-
cash balance
thousand dol-
,H!'
one  variety, sound, of nearly j city debentures authorized $78,-
uniform size, of good color for j(i(l() have been issued and   the
A.A
the variety, of normal shape,
nnd not less than 00 percent
free from scab, worm boles,
bruises and other defects, and
properly packed. Sec. 7 reads:
Xo person shall sell or offer
expose] or have in his possession for sale, any fruit packed
in any package; and it, shall be
considered a false representation of the contents of such
package in which tho faced or
sbowu surface gives a false representation when more than
fifteen per cent of such fruit is
substantially smaller in size
than, or inferior in grade to, or
dill'crent in variety from, the
faced or shown surface of such
package.
\V. 11. Coard.
Dominion Dept. of
Agriculture.
m —
Miners Strike at Nanaimo.
VioroKiA. Feb- 10—The miners of Nanaimo bave gone out
on strik
balance
bank
hypothecate!
tl
fail to.'-
* .rive satisfaction.
SS o
[groceries!
Jfyouan
Yi
iris©-
(\boiit800men went
out to-day against the Western
Fuel Company; of San Francisco, which recently acquired the
mines at Nanaimo, The miners
aro asking for a general advance from March 1st of from
75 to 80 cents a ton, and 25 cents
per day extra for using safety
lamps, claiming that coal cannot
be got under as quickly with
safety lights, and they also ask
one dollar a ton extra for mining in the lower level, which
runs under the sea,
DoTninion Copper Co. has Issued
New:-Bonds».
It is reported'that the Doniinion.Oopper Co., JXtt., owning the
Brooklyn grotip loi gold-Hopper
clninis in Phonenix camp, at a
meeting ' recently ' Wild "• at
Toronto,'decided practically to
issue bonds to the extent of
$100,000. The issue is for the
purposo of paying oil' the exist
ing indebtedness amounting i
about $50,000, the balance, it
is said, to be placed in tho teens-! possible
ury of the company as a cash
reserve. Old shareholders are
to be given thefirstpppqrtunity
to purchase the boml issue.
The Dominion Copper Co.
has a capital of $5,000,000. most the sine
of which is owned by a few individuals in Toroilto. including
1). D. Mann, Win. McKen/.ie,
senator Cox, Holier! Jaffray
nnd some others.   Itis   practi-
er would leave a
of three hundred
l.-ti's oii'ft.'iiiil aftor   settling
bills,declared Anthony McMillan, thei'managing director of
the   t. .np.iny   at  tlio annual
meeting   held  January   30 in
Loudon.   In the course   bf   a
long speech Mr. McMillan   said:
"The  Bank  of Montrt.il has
stood loyally by the Company,
rendering it tho greatest ass'st-
ance, and our warnn s! thanks
are duo the" bank,   The December accounts have not yet arrived from  liossland.     Therefore.
1 bava not exact details, but  on
December 31 there   were floating .   liabilities   ninounting   to
about £20,000, presjinably connected with such items as accrued wages and accounts, interest,
taxes.etc..atXortlip'irf and Hossland.    At tbe same date (here
was an   advance   of   between
jUO.OOO    and     £10,000    secured
on the second class ore dump at
the Le Roi   mine,  which  is retired gradually t.ut of the profits derived from the sales of oro
therefrom.   Since May lost tbis
particular advance has been reduced -by about £10,000i    Apart
from this, there   is  not today
one penny of debt so far as the
01 lie Roi mine is concerned.   To
nm!:e this matter still clearer, if
"ic position viewed  in
the light  of the latest advice
from our manager appears io 1 e
tbis, that if we choose to suspend
operations for a few weeks and
clear up everything on hand at
er.  and   pay   off   the
bank,  we   should   then   have
about £00,000to the good in cash,
in addition to the mine and its
machinery, the smelter and  its
equipment, lands and quarries."
AT
WC:
I HAIN & CO. | cause our prices for
|      Jo economise during 1903. 6« best way   of car
I rying it out is to purchase \ our groceries from us.
I wiltfhelp you to keep it, in fact we will guarantee that ^
I it is kept; if your orders are placed in our hands,   be- g
choice, fresh   Groceries are such ?•
889
that a saving-of many dollars during a year is effected.
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Macpherson's   Majority.
Tho following returns from
northern points greatly enlarges Macpherson's majority:
Macpberson- Kssington,
Standard, (1; Simpson, 17; Naas, 4
Metlakahtla, 7; Hivors Inlet, 3;
Bella Coola, 49.
Foley got one at Kssington
and one at Bella Coola, and Mclnnis got two at Simpson.
This makes Macphcrsou's
plurality 211.
99 out of 100
Pairs of hands will roughen and chap during the next few
months, if they are not taken care,of. 11 is much easier to
keep them soft and smooth than it is to make ihem so. \ ou
perhaps have a favorite preparation among, the following, t I
which 1 have a good supply
Cold   Cream,      Camphor Ice,
Almond Cream, Witch Hazel Cream,
Yellow Vaseline, White Vaseline
Or  maybe  you have  a receipe  of your  own   you
would like prepared.
r ,"■».. j.-.'-"
Dr. Shoop's Family Medicines in
itOt'l
A. F. Thomas,
Druggist.
"'^"m'V**,.
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ann^'tmintiwifflMni C. M. CROL'SK  Mitor »n<i I'roprielot
l>ulili»hetl weekly »t Midway, II. C,
Su'iscrlption prloc. |2.«ipcr.iinui.. payabl
in n.l\ um*, either ye.irly or halt yearly al tht
option ot the stilwerlber.
AtlvortirtittK mt<w -icnt on application.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 21, MU.
Nominations for the West
Yule bye-election were held at
Ashcroft last Thursday. Semlin, opposition, and Sunsonie.
government, were nominated
The election takes place on
February 20th.
There is as yet no indicatioiii
of the strike at the Crow's Nest
l'ass Coal Co's mines being settled in the   immediate  future,
and the trouble is causing considerable    uneasiness    in   the
Boundary country, whero min
ing and smelting are rather ex
tenstvely carried on.   The three j
Hoiindary smelters will all have
been shut down in two weeks
time unless the difficulty   s immediately settled.   Already the
one at Greenwood has suspended operations, and it  s   understood that the Granby cun only
hold out for ahout a week.   Although the Boundary Falls one
was fortunate in getting a supply before the strike occurred,
yet this supply will soon be consumed and unless more can  be
obtained it  will have to close
down as well.   There has been
some bilk of obtaining fu.i from
Nanaimo, but judging from the
numerous complaints that have
been made in   the past about
tins high rate for transportation
from the Crow's Nest mines, it
would seem thut the rate from
Nanaimo would be prohibitive.
A'« doubt tl,0 0. P. K, Co. would
do all in its power to meet the
requirements of tliesnieltermen
as it seriously affects its traffic
to have tbe mines and smelters
closed, but It is very doubtful
if the C. P. U. io ;„ .. -jusltlon to
haul fuel from the coast, even if
it could Iw obtained, to keep all
the smelters going, for it is well
known that the company has of
lute hod all it could do to handle
its traffic with hauling the coke
from the  Crow's   Nest mines,
ami even then many complaints
about a shortage of cars  have
been heard.   It would   be   far
better if all efforts  were put
forth to satisfactorily settle the
strike   rather than    to  adopt
ia nuts of trying  to get   along
■with the strike in force.
MIDWAY   1N£W:> ucrui
f. WALKER- PRPPR1ET0R.
Boooks,
Magazines
and Stationery
All the best   brands of Cigars and
Tobaccos kept in stock.
^■BRANCH MONEY ORDER OFFICE OF THE
DOMINION   EXPRESS  COMPANY
WiHHHHHHWWWjj
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
A faiiiilinr imuiB for the Chicago,
Miiwaiik-e k 81. 1-miI Railway.known
nil oxet the Union as the Grenl Bull
wny running lhc "Pioneer Limited'
trains every dny and night hetween St.
Paul mid Chicago, and Omaha and
Chicago, "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand : Connec
tions me mude with AM. Transeon
lineiiliil Lines, assuring to passengers
the liest service known. Liixuilojis
coaches, electric lights, steiuii heat, of
n verity equaled by n» pihhr line.
See that yoitr ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any poinl
in Ihe United States or Canada.   All
tickel agents sell them.
Forrates pamphlets or othei inlor
miition, address,
ll. L. Forc. H. 8. Rowe,
Trav. l'tiiw. Agt. Uoncral Agent,
SPOKANE. WASH.      PORTLAND,Oa
BO YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Markets ot: Greenwood, Grar|d Forks, Phoenix 11
and Midway. !|
' >
MIDWAY MAILS.
Jl.Iff p. in.
Wed., _rl.
& .Siniiliiyi
.'.iw p. in.
All Connl point*
Pis. Crow's NurJt II. It
Eastern IJiiniwlu
Spokane-
|{i>"lnli'l
Kelson
Kairview
l-.mli.-t "II
Vernon, etc.
('"Willie
(Irsinl Korks
PIlllRlliX
Kholt
Greenwood
All pis. Knst 8: Moulh
Cuinti McKinney
Rook t'rijuk
All Wwl Kork points
Close
Tups., Thurs
k Sulunlays
K.:m n. in.
Mulls lor tKilnts further wesl of Mlilwny than
Camp McKinney ko via. Revelstoke.
Money onlorsfrom 8 n. tn. lo" p. in. wilh lhe
•xiepilon of one hnlf hour liefore departure
unl after arrival of mulls.
KI I. A. MAIN.
Post muster.
STRAY HORSE.
Came lo my placo t.tnt .u miner, a tut) Rclil-
I tig, branded u on shoulder, weight about m*t
pounds,
Ap\t\y lo  PoBTOrKiCK
Siniiii.crlfvi.f-.
OkHimgrtTi Uko,B.0
STRAYED.
Came to my premises ubout tho middle of.
"ecember.n while ptny mure, ronehed mime
moiled I on left shotililed.   If   not claimed
within 30 days will bc sold lo pny for for keep.
H. A. TANNKH.
Keb. ID, iota Hock Creek, II. 0.
DC.I-Nt
Co. rniQHT» Ac
JxmVff1^tS^Sm^_mS
s^o^^s.wfe^^^sass
llon-rtrlrtlyeonMmtW H»*^J~™<™
I'nienu uken t6rou«h Munn * Co. reoeivs
ntciol tuUet, without otarfo, In the
Scientific Jlmeiican.
A huniHomely tthntnltf weekly.  Umet dr-
^rr'_sx%rs.»r»,^
JHUNN & Co."1B~-^ NewYi
R. MEYERHOFF'3
anSIAGEfife-
Carrying His Najesty's nails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.3P a. m„ arriving ;it
CAMP M-'KINNKY at 5 p.m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. ml
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m.,and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
The beat of a*
the MnvMteNM •- th*
travelling mmmm.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
latracmatmi
tttttltttft
CROWELL'S
HOTEL...
MAIL CONTRACT.
HK.ll.KII TENIiKH., addressed to the Post-
muster tfcni rol. will be received ul Ottawa
utiill insiii. on-.Till Mnrch. for lhe conveyance
of Ills .Majesty's Mails, on n proposed Contract
for four years, once per week each wav, bo.
Iivccn I'enlietou and I'riliceloi, from the 1st.
of May nexi.
Printed notices eontnlnliiK fnrllier information ns.to.conditions of promised Contract may
lie seen mul blank forms of Tender Mav be ob-
lain-cUtlbel'iislolHcesof I'eulicton, I'rinee-
bin. Olalla, Keremeos, While uko, Kairview.
l.reonwond and Midway ami nl Ihe olllce of
lhc I'ost Office Inspector, Vancouver, ft, C.
W. II. IIOItMAN',
l*ui«t    *>,«..-
Inspector
PostOfflnfl InslH-elor's 1
nfllue \ nnemver. B. C. !
13th Kubruary, 1903.      /
Mother Loda has not Shut down.
Tlio report sent out from
(Irtiiid Forkn to tlio eflFect thut
tlie Mother Lode mine iti cloned
down is incorrect. Ah it wus
necesHury to stop the bitf roek
crusher for it few iluyn to effect
l-opiiirH ahd alterations about
one third of the men wore laid
(iff, but the other two-thirds are
nt work, and ho faritn in Htp.cn-
eiit known will remain employed. Should the coal miner.'
strike lie indefinitely continued
the mine will in all probability
be shut down, but this is a contingency not yet being taken into account.
Has been Called ofl.
Vk.Tohia, Feb. 17.--The arrangement for a saw-off between Prior and Patterson,
which were practically concluded sonio time since, are all off
again. To-day the government
pressed for a date for the Patterson ease to be heard to he set
at once, but .Judge Drake refused. Premier Prior himself
is ill and confined to his house.
There is a strong feeling here
among business men that the
minister of mines should personally visit Fernie and Nanaimo and attempt to solve the
troubles there, as their continuance will be disastrous to business.
Greenwood Board of Trade meets
At a meeting of the (ireenwood Board of Trade held last
Tuesday afternoon it, wasdecid-
4*1 lo meet the l'eqniremoutfl of
the Greenwood Progressive
Association so that the two ore
guiiizations might amalgamate
under the name and charter of
tho Board of Trade, and work
together for the interest of the
town and district. It was also
resolved to request the mayor
to call a public meeting to consider a proposal to send delegates to Victoria to attend the
meeting of the Mining Associ
ation to bu held on 25th inst.
The mayor afterwards acceded
to the request anil fixed Thursday evening as the time for
holding the meeting, when the
following delegates were appointed: H. Sinailes, W. O;
Gaunce, F. Keffer, A. I. (ioodcll,
Superintendent of the Montreit
& Boston Copper Co's smelter
Boundary Falls, and Capt. Harry .Johns, manager of the Hun-
set mine.
— m-   —
Campbell Sweeney, manager
of the Itank of Montreal at Vim-
i-ouver and inspector of B. C.
brunches, has announced that
tlie bank will open a brunch at
Spokane, The fact was made
public some weeks ago, but the
official announcement is only
now being circulated.
Edltorally Fearless
Consistently Republican.
News from all of the world-Well
written, original stories-Answers
to queries- Articles on Health, the
Home, New llmiks. and on Work
Aliout tho Kami and  Harden.
rha We Aly Inter Oeeaii
Why vmi .limtlil tmy
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
BBOAUSB It in Ilie In.t l|ll;,llly
BECAUSE it is iMnsHaHiiiii- chew
HECAUSK ii is t,h« [argHgt, high grade
IU 01' in-, pin-;
UEUAIJ.SE ihe torn are vulnulilt for
premiums until Jan. I. 1,05
HECAUSKymii' ilfitlor iu miiluirlttitl
I. a member of the Assocl'ilc' Press.
thu only Western Newspaper recoIv-
Iiik Hie entire !ulc-(rapti!c new se -v-
lee of tho New York Sun mid special
cable Of the Now York World-dally
rep iris from over 1 nun special correspondents throiiKhoiitthe country.
YEAR   ON FOO'AR
S   ll    I I THH     ISI All H mill
e Weekly lnt.r<N..aii one  year,
b   li |> ,|u-rs for 92.50.
TICKETS
-TO ANI) FKOM ALL-
POINTS EAST VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
m.i-_u*, Duiuii., rtinncapolls, Chicago
ANI) POINTS KAST
Thrown Palace and Tourist Sleepors
Dining and   Biilfe!   Smoking   Library  Cars
DAILY '1'ltAINS ; KAST TIMK : HKKVICK
ANII SCKNKItY UNKQl'AI.KD.
Kor Hales,  Koldcrs and  Knil Inforinatioii,
call on or address
H. BKANIlT.C. P.&T. A.,
701 VV. Kivemiile Avenue,
Hpokank, Wash.
A. B. C. DENNI8TON.H. W. P. A..
Seattle, Wash.
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
OOOOOOO
Headquarters for Railroad,
Mining aad Commereial Men
ooooooo
First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel,
NOTICE.
NOTICK IH HKItKIIV OIVKV thnt the
Midway ard Vermm Ifuilwuy ('onii«iiiy
wlllnpply tnltm Furlfainunt of Oanadn nl it*
next Hutwlon for an ant ileclnrinif Ihe railway
and work, whicli tin* Ooin|>any lin. Ihjcii authorize hy I he IcgiKUturu of llm I'mvinuo of
HrlU. h ('"Inmliiji to construct* lo hn n'orki' 'or
the L'l'ii-'i'iil ailvaiilut-T'J of t'anndii oxtondltig
Uictiim. wiihfn whirh it may qoh.tniot Hie
nami!, and ^vimj In the (.ontpuny .i.c'n po fVOt*
nn to mniiiiniain^ and operating or dinpoBiiig
of Uh rail'v iv and worknaud _urh nihc.r pow
ern and privileges aw aro iiHimlly given to Kill-
way < 'om paiiies i iifiirponit I'd by I he Parliamotil
of (-ariiula.
Dated at Ottawa, thlH 18th day uf December,
A. Dij 11N>2.
WILSON rtKNKI.KIt *k IIIiOOMFIKLD.
HnlirHorn for AppltcAlita.
MK1IVKHIN&HAYDON,
Agenth for Ottawa.
S. A. CROWELL, Prop.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
T iis hotel is centrally loeated and It a stopping place for stage
lines.   Good stabling1 on the premises.
Orxly tKe choicest brands of Wirves, Liiqviors,
ar\d Gigars at tKe Bar
MTUAT!3» AT B.JMDARY   FAIX8, B. O
III    1'Hfllllll    Villi    |-   li.r.lll-V
yuu ii I-.' mil biiUhHi'iI.
THE I MPIRI- TOBACCOC'O.. Lid.
The Mormon Temple.
Tht; Mormon U-iiiplit hi Hull
L.ki'City in tin dtiu'il t.!■■- iniiHt hiiIi.
Mnntiiil mid well OOllStl'UCted iitli-*iiiits
i-dillcc in tilt- I'nili'tl .SI,jiI,i-k, if hut, in
thf wm-ltl. Oiii-iw*t- uttiiif Inid April (I
1863, cap Ht.iiH April 0, 1 02 antl dfdi-
itiitHtl Aptil 6, 1800, ovei- funy yuarn of
coiiHiiinl. Inhor being tjoiiHiiiue.il in its
I'linstl'IIO-ion. Tliin nitigiiiflneiil stl'llot-
lire am feet InitK, llll) feet wide \s Iniilt
enliii-ly of Uliih white Kirnite, hemiti I
fully carved, syilllKllit! of the Moriiinn
faith, Hiii'iiiiiitnl.eil hy nix towei-N, the
lllghi'Hl lining -Ei) feot fi-oin thegi-oiind
mipuni'tlng a bronze statue of die ang
i'l Mni'tiiii. Thevimt of this huilding
is ahout, $ll,ll'm,imil. There tire many
other utl I'll, tions Ht!Sail Lake (Jity of
inleiest to the traveler or tourist.
where aday can he well spent The
KioUrande is the only Tmns-conli-
nental route passing directly through
Sail Lake City, where a stop-over is
allowed on all elastics of tickets. The
service of the Uio (li-ande lines is unexcelled, Three trains dajly hetween
Ogden and Denver, cttryitig all clas
him of modern equipment. If you are
iroiitcniplatiiig a trip in the Kiwt.
write the undersigned for Inforinatioii
regarding rales via the "scenic line ol
the world :"   W. (!. McBHdc, Oeiiernl
giiit,  M. .1. Roche,  Traveling Phh.
aenger Agent, 121'filled SlV, I'orllatid
Oregon.
THE
ST LOUIS
HOTEL
GUMP MCKINNEY
WYLE J WEST
PROPRIETOR.
This well-known hotel has
been re-opened and offers ev-
ry convenience to the travelling public. The building is
newly re-furnished and the bar
is stocked with only the best
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
Excellent meals served in the
.lining room.
flake this your   Headquarters
When in Camp McKinney.
K* E. McBoyle   Gorman West
;-»MC MILL'AN f UR A WOOL CO
SENECA
HIGHEST,
PRICES
_Hz ■
CASH
RETURNS
-nn-?i7
Ave Mortt
FURS
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN".
RCULAH^
Tk Canadian Bank of Commeree
With Which is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.   -   RES., $2,500,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKER, Gen. Igr.
HENRY F. MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
'<§> I j. Kerr is visiting her
D.
Korr, of Boundary
**>;«
fa
d.n.Duon
■*m
QUKKN WOOD. B..O.
fa
It jjcNieoland Mrs. Jas.
" 8pent last Sunday at
Creek.
-In Midway on  lebru-
|h> Mr. and Mrs. W.  E.
N Munro® has returned
fatting **«• A. J; Castle-
Boundary Falls.
fe0I1 Kettle River has
yd during the week, af-
ex«llent>kating.
Evaline Scott left on
ny's 8ta(?e for Camp Mc-
,, where she will assume
lies of waitress at the
,is hotel.
I. Lamont,   of   Green-
L-renfc  tot  the Singer
[MafliineMnnufacturing
wus a visitor to Mid-
fcterday*
|s   Ritchie   of Portage
Manitoba   accompan-
ira. Ritchie, arrived in
on   Wednesday.   He
i engaging in the sawmill
• in tho district.
5er named   Dave Mc
1 one of Iiis *-«»t »»-%
Ibyalog rolling on it,
fesduy, while logging near
LmI. Dr. Spankie sent
[the Sisters hospital to be
• there.
Ijimmnn, in the employ
Mesker, got a great
[ssterday. He went into
lelliir  on the premises,
tlie door  after    him,
i some way became fn.st-
!id when John went to
it ho found that instead
loor yielding to his ef-
II open it that it remained
leaving him a prisoner
t even knowing whether
in for only tho custom-
days or whether his term
long one. His cries at
attracted a pusser-by,
ened the door nriil "Hhwr-
3 Imdly frightened coles*
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Executed to the Satisfaction of Customers
Webb
(_|   NICHOLSON,
—: Notary Public,
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER.
Camp McKinney, B.C.
&
PAINTING
AND
SIGN I	
JWORK	
MIDWAYAND
GREENWOOD.
BICYCLE  AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
SKATES
SHARPENED
p  M. KERBY,
A. M. Can. Soo. C. E.
Provincial Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway and Qh.knwood.
Maynard
the same city, were passengers
on Tuesday night's stage from
Curlew on their way to Greenwood, where the doctor operated on A. E. Ashcroft, C. E., who
hus been ailing for some time.
The operation, whicli was of a
STRAYED.
Strayed lo my plnco at Okanogan Kails, on
llio 12lh day of Jatumry, lHOJI, a hopi-oI horst-,
with white hind legs, white strip-down foco,
Mind in loft eye. weight ahont 1.WKI lbs,.
Ii'iiirliril brand on right shoulder, rcsomblcs
n cross with tho i-tr'ls lexccptillg tho lower
ono) In-ill to tho loft like a hook. If not claim-
—       » ed within :il) da vs will bo Kold   lo  dyfray ox-
most delicate nature,   WHS   SUC- I ponnu   Kor furthor particulars apply iti.
„„„,., ™ J. M. THOMAS.
cesfully performed, the sufferer I	
having passed through tlie or-1
deal satisfactorily, and his J
chances for recovery are con
DR.  SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phono Ml, V. ft N.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER.
Spokane,Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway, B C.
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE between
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway. Stage will leave Gret n-
wdod at 6:30 a. m„ arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at 1 urlew
in time to connect with the train for Spokane dus 10:45 returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p. tn., upon arrival of incoming train,
reaching Midway at 7:30 p. if., and Greenwood at 9 p 1:1.
Will connect with Meyerhoff's Stage from all points West
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
TAKE   NOTICE.
Thai I, Charles do Dlols Oroon, for myself
  (   * • and as ngont for M. K.  Oroon, A. Wood,   P.
sidered good, provid.ng no un-1 Lamb,c. A. c.steward and 0. it. Arundoii.
forseen trouble shall arise with-: !"te"d **?;'!?"' """!",<, "7°' * ^
Ito tho Chief Commissioner of hands and
ill the next ten days. The oper- j Works for permission lo purchase rospootlvely
ntJniYwna    uitiiPKMi.l    liv    l)ru   aiiitln llio same order:  Thc H. J of Hoc.    Sl,
ation wns witnes-.u ny ^ "-»•>„ ,„. ,„„ Wort - ofm. 0i T|, 61| tll0
Hchon, Foster and Spankie, of iNorih (of soc.ai.Tp. it); UioWobi lot sec.
Greenwood, and Dr. Gordon, of »**•,'»: th»'»>••'»'"»'No;'i> k»«i iofSoo.
oalld fraelional North West | of Nre.   1.   Ip.
Phoenix.      Dr.    Thomas     Went .,m and llio North Wesl I of Sec. IS, Tp.  51, all
tlirough to Curlew on Wednes-1ln 0w^m D1*trlcl
J. S.  HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADlf FOR CER-
TfflCATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
Williams,   a;jjnt   a
loud for the   Canadian
Mil Company and the
1 Machine Company,  of
poko, Quebec, this week
sale to the Snowshoe
j Copper Mines, Ltd., of
steam    boiler.    The
(y about this time last
rc.hased from the same
«turers   two   20-horse
horizontal return tubu-
irs with a working pres-
150 lbs., and those were
boilers  of  that class
j into the district.   Now
IliO-horse power is being
1 tlie power equipmen
initio wliieh will on re-
I ht- new boiler  have
I ers with a total of 420-
power. Mr. Williams
Wednesday on a busi-
sil to Sherbrooko and
nl and will be absent
he Boundary three or
Iks,
reenwood smelter closed
Wednesday.   Its sup-
juel is not yet exhausted
fas lieen decided to keep
sufficient to run for a
two after the Crow's
Ial miners' strike shall
pen settled, so as not to
wait for tlie r. "eipt of
applies when conditions
»favorable to continuing
Meanwhile matters
kg put iu shape at the
r Lode mine to insure an
I output of ore for fut-
utions at the smelter,
-trainloads of ore   and
fere   brought down to
' Palls on Wednesday,
^^.-—Bks as if the   smelter
l^^Hpi-* continue at work for
*m|oi' two   lodger at least
%*NW closing down.   Possibly
IH^Bement   will    meantime
li^^Bved at between the striking ntniM-s and the  Coal Company, in which case this smclt-
*r wil not have to blow out its
furnace*.
Dr.   Thomas,   of     Spokane
gunied byjiurso Nye, of
day morning on his way to (Spokane,-but his nurse remained in
charge of the patient. Mr. Asli-
•oft Ims been ill for some time
and latterly his condition became critical, so that extreme
measures for his relief were imperative, i "'      ..'.'X
Anthony J. McMillan, managing director of the Snowshoe
and Le Roi mines is expected
to sail from England about the
end of this month.
Iiuled this 20th day of January, 1003.
CHAS. del). QltKKN.
Spokane Falls (Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson k Ft. Sheppari
Midway Livery, Feed & Sale. Stable
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.
J. H. Tyrrell,   -   Proprietor. I
SINGLE and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK  and  SADDLE HORSES
Hay and Oats for Sale. - Bus Masts all Trains. |
General Transfer and Dray Business.
IMMENSE
Reduced Rates from the East.
Commencing February 15th
and continuing until April 30th
there will be low rates in effect
from the East via the Illinois
Central R. R. to all Ws'Ktiig-
ton, Oregon and Idaho points.
If any of your friends or relatives in the East are coining
West while these rates are in
effect, give xm their name and
address, and we will make it
our business to see that they
are given the best possible service. We operate through personally conducted excursion
cars, and in fact give you the
benefit of the latest conveniences known to modern railroading. We have 15 different
routes between the East and
the West, aud are in position to
give you the benefit of the best
combinations.    Write us   and
we will give you full   particu-
OPPORTUNITY.
For Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.~-No Money
Required —Every Man, Woman, Boy, or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System.
I    i„ „„Ih- t" hnve Dr. Arnold's Eng- 	
"Sl'ilWn^ii ^ «S!! Inr,   B. H. TRUMBULL, Com
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington &G.1 Ry.,
Van., Vic.&E.Ry.&N.Co
'Tlm- only (ill lull rntitn fiefWiie.it
pnints east, wesl untl stiullt tn Ross-
Untl, Nelsnn, Ui-Hiid Forks and Ru|inli-
III", (Innnei-ls nt Spnkiiuc with the
(•tent Northern, Nnrlhrrh Pacific and
O. it. &N. Oo; for pnints easl, west
Htid smith ; connects al Ros-land uinl
Nelson with the Oanadiau Pacific Hy.
Connects at Nelson with the K. It. A N.
Co. fm- Kaslo untl Slot-ail points.
Connects nt Curlew with stage for
Grt-enwood antl Midway II. O.
Iluflet ears run on train* lietween
Spokane antl llepulille.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, 1902:
Arrivtr.
I Brosi Hotel
Rook Creek. R C.
"s-tt'lfg      ^sls*v8!iiV_i. ■   '■■ If'    •
ai    ..-.I-^l*fcJ^*r —
tf-  -:"t i*<WT*..;,   ,.-:.-.*,ri'5,^". ' 	
S^^a^^fe ■	
mm-*.- .-       ■ - i ],..,, I
(Uvi -^  |'"ii
Good Aecoramoilation for the Traveling Pile.
Leavo.
113-i.in.. .
Ill.l.i uni.-
7.INI a.m..
ll.mia.ui...
11.15 u.m •
.. SPOKANK	
.   HOSSLAND	
.. NK.I.SON	
. GRAND FOHKS.
. HKl'Ulll.lC.
MS pan,
6.101> in.
8.110 p.m.
l.im p.m.
,i. Mi p.ni.
all |ieisniis sun....,,. 	
we miike lhe fnllnwinn most liheral
nltef :—
If > on wilt send ns ymir name nnd
address nnd agree to sell for us twelve
Imxes. of Dr. Arnold's English Toxin
Pill, nt 25". pei-lMix, we will irive vmi
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch
and Chain in either Ladies tir Oents
she, xiv ynitl' choice of twenty other
oi-euiitinis such as tine sets nf Jewelry,
KltiKs, Vinlins, Mandolins, Tm Sels,
Sitt-t-n Skirts. Oanteras, etc.   iletin-iii-
her we don't want any money nnlil
after you (tell the Pills and ymi don't
have to sell any more than 12 hoxes Hi
get, tne premiums.   This is a hnna fide
offer from a reliahle concern that has
given thousands of tlnllnt. worth nf
premiums to agents all over the country,   Reiiieniliei- also that Or. Arnold's
Knglish Toxin Pills are a well known
remedy for nil diseases nf the kidneys
and hladder, Brlght's dlsea*e. riinlietes,
rheumatism, n'-rvons   ttotihlnH,  and
female complaints, nnd nre fnr sale hy
nil Hrst class druggists and dealers in
all parts of the world.   You have only
to show llieiu In sell them,   Ynu are
iiotolTerliig something that t lie people
don't know.    Our watches are the
regular stantlavd sine fnr Ladies nr
(lenilenien in  Niikel nr Oiin  Metal
Agent 111. Cent. R. R.
St., Portland, Ore.
, U2 Third
Ai  JAOVSOW,
Uoitcml Pu-wctwor Agent
Spokatte, Wash.
(ienlleiuen  in    r,n..r	
Oases with handsotue illuminated dials
nnd   reliahle   time-keepers, watches
such as no lady or gentleman need he
ashamed to earrv, nnd they  will  lie
sent ahsnltilcly Free tn alt  whn sell
only twelve linxes of those wnntlet-ftil
Ttniin Pills.   Write at mice and he Ihe
Hi-st In your locality tn earn  one of
those lienntlful wntehes and chain.   As
uinn as we receive your letter or post
card we will send you post paid iwelve
hoxes, together with qui; Illustrated
Catalogue and heantifiillv colored cnril
with yonr mime and address on as our
authorized agent.   Rem-in mind that
you will not he asked in sell any more
than the n hoxes and we don't want
any money until after yon have sold
th. in,   We hear all the expense and
are only making this liheral offer as a
method   of advertising fir. Arnold's
Knglish  Toxin   Pills.    Don't,   delay,
write nt mice and earn a heaul iful present, for yourself for Christ mas.
Address
ARNOLD MEDICINE CO., Dept. 118
SO Adelaide St. Bast, Toronto.Ont.
MINERAL ACT.
Oortiflcate   of  Improvements
STOTIOB.
Si.amct Minkkai, Ol.AtM.
Situate In the Kettle Itiver MlnlnK Division
of Yale District.  Where located : Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK Ilml I. .orbod jM. Korby, u«
agent for Lytlon Wlltnot Sliatfonl, freo minor's certlflcate Nn. 1111703, Sttllioy 0.   Cohoiis,
free miner's   oertlfloato    Nn.   iijViUII. Alfred
Mullet, froo minor's cortiflcato No, B41813 and
Wltlinin KdwtirdSffreominor's coriiflcuto No,
tillMI, intend sixty d-.iys front (lie date  liore-
uf, lo apply in the   Mining  Rocordor fot- a
CortllleaU-fljtijirovojiHiits, for tho put-pose of
obtaining!! Crown Ornnt of llio abovo claim.
And furthor lake notloo that action, uniler
sootlon :i7, must bo commoncod beforo the
Issuanco of ituoh Cortiflcato of Improvements
Datod thia llth day it November, HUB.
Kob.28. . 0BBB8 M.KKnBY,
Agent.
NOTICE OF MFE1TUBE
To H. K. Mln-licll or any pot-son or por-
sons I o whom you may have transferred your
Inlerest to In tho "Gold Prop' Mineral claim
situate nn Dry Creek, on the West Kork of
Keltic Klvur, in llio Kotllo Uiver Mining
IHvlRlon  of Yale   Ulstrict.
Yon lira hereby notified that I have oxp-md-
etl $iuj!..mi In order to hold Ihe said mineral claim
undor lhc provision of the Mlnorul Act, I hat
ynn should contribute J5I.J5 as your portion
ol tho said sum for your undivided one half interesl 111 said claim and if within tm days of
IhollrHt Insorllnnof this notice you fall or re
futto to contribute thUKtimof $fil,2o which is
now due by you, togetherwith All eosUof advertising, your interest, ln Hitld mineral claim
will become Ihe proporty of the AUbuorlbo-i
under section (our of an Aol entitled the "Min
oral Act Aniotidmci'l Aot," WtHl
. Bated this lllth day. of January, llKfl.
1 TI10MA8 MURRAY.
Boots
and
Shoes
A. Maslonka
formerly of Nelson, B. C
has opened a oot and
Shoe store in idway,
with a large stock on
hand.
Boots
MINERAL ACT.
Oertiflcnte   of   Improvement.,
NOTIOB.
Hram.ANn  Ciiikk   MtNEH.it Claim.
Sltuat* In the Kettle lllver Mining Divi. I m or
Vale District.   W:..:ro iooaled : In Beaver Crook dm i, abja.   o.ie milo Noith
; ,sl of Beaverdell.
AKIii NOTIOK that I. Knrbcs M. Korby,lis
ttgutil for K.tyctic Harris, free intiiot-'e cer-
Jllb-.ileNo. iiMllilIntendsisty days from Ilia
.lale hereof, toa|i|il|) to lite Mining Itceoiili r
for a Cerlillcate of [mprovciiictits, for tlie
purpose bf olilHitiing a Crown (Irani of tin
above claim.
And further tako nullcu that actio.i undor
-jcutlott 37 must, bo oommeneod before Lite issu
ance of such Ccrllflcale of Improvements.
Haled this tilth day of November. IIHtt.
Kob. 28- KOltllK.. M. KKItllY,
Agent
STOC IC. FOR SA!
Durhi
m r
nils, i'
■c h i
i'l
\ ■ ti
Cow-. (
lows iii  l
iilf,
rt.
j r
and Hei
ers,
Boar
l-igs
"*!
v...
find Young
Pigs,
Shee
1)
and
Poultry!
S
addle
a iid
1
r"lk
Ponies,
•M
i|)ly to
J
A.
COL'
.SO'
'-'•
i)/2 mi
es
from
\\\\x)\.
;i\
111
Disp,
itch
office.
and
Shoes
made to order.
Repairing   promptly attended to.
Ail work guaranteed.
Only the best stock used
A. Maslonka. FO
•'., jv.-s.j-
A
It will ba the mast important Railway Centre in the
Intjrior of British Columbia.
It is in the centre of a
rie. Mining, Stock-Raising,
Ranching, Gardening, Manufacturing, Coal Praivcing,
and Railway District.
Midway property will
m__o yon rich. It is not
a solution, it is an investment.
• • •
1
Midway, the coming railway, commercial, wholesale and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle River
and Boundary Creek Districts, is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek and Kettle River.
The leilij niili ncc
town in the country, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply, and surrounded by rieh agricultural land.
i.-l
Business,  residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars^ ^
1
A. M. WOVENDEN. Sec,
80 St John Street,
Montreal, P. «.
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
('. M. ('Kill BE,
'Agent for British I'tiliiiiiliu
x Miilway, II. C.
m
ffhe pgpatdj
SATDRDAY, l-KHKUAIJV, 21,   1003
A MOOSE STORY.
Uow IV. P.,  Mlimill Urrriiu-lil   Ihni'n II 1,400
ruuinler xluirgiiig on ll in.
Aiming the parlies who met with
fighting liiuiS.' nnr i.ik' the past ttea-
b. ti to .mm i.rutiMvic. wuh one c.m-
j.<_j.t! of n. ):,. Annum nf l.'unudu,
anil Wei.lorn ftloi'igngo Cotu|mny,
ii,a. .1. truit tie urge ...van of 1'ut-iu,
1-runca, und W. w. Lsidie. Mr. lius-
(ii! is ihe i,t*i*u ol the pui-ty, tur it
Was he \. h , hruuglit luwii a 1,4(10-
1 mnin mouse us the animal was
diur i ig ti| nn hint.
'.l.o pui'ty ivtts encamped 30 miles
nort i oi (ii-iind Fulls in Vict i*iu
(o inly, and early ono morning 'Mr.
Tn. s .n, iieeoilipuliiud hy tlte guide,
while trani|tl ig in llio woods, mine
upon uu oxeUing combat between
two hull iiiooihi. As tliey stood gov.'
i ,g ii|i(in the to riiili' cmiiiici of tho
h.i.si monsteri, suddenly (rom the
r-iir Ihey hoard toiii-ful hello wings.
with the pounding nf hoofs us of a
Stampede of wild cult o. (Ul*. MuBon,
turning sharply siw on lmtuonso bull
limns.- leiiig down u|i(in th.ui, not
.riii lull's away. The aiilnml cflnied
n iniiguiut'i'iit. we' n- untl -is, ned the
piinilei-.iiis hOl'l S swung low to t 10
gi'oi,nd ns ho nunc clini'i I ig en,
with bhiotl in his eyo and roge in ov-
ot-y bellow.
ns in hnd lust I inn' I i gel his
Win-he tor to Ins ullouldo.' nnil lire
onco , ef 10 tho IhiII wns upon Ihem.
Tin- lntllcl struck nt Ihi- suiiil.li-r,
mid llu' moose d'l 'llii' slimilile.'
li) ide was : hiittii'i'd, lint this BQGIUOd
truly to i-inge tlio hull moro, for in
in instant it was up ag i i tm.il rush-
i.114' upon Miison nnd thu guide. A
s-eoiid s'lot (rom Mns.ui s rlnO stop-
poll the bull, hoWi m", Which then
tur ed and lied, ntnl us ii r.in the
gi i c put iii two nioio ..'tots.
Doth hunter and guido (ollbwod, tho
trail lieing plainly miir" ed by
tiiijtiplcl un 'ergrowth und hlootl-
rtuiiicil lenvis. lyrbjli '.i.'lti o'clock In
thu ln'oiiiibg tiiili1 2.1)0 in tho aflor-
niion t'lO cheso wns Kepi up, but
without once gottlng Bight of tho
lnoiise. Thoy (mind n pint, wliere the
iinlmnl lmd liin down l-i rust, hut
1.0 u the gel lo I sl. his lieiirlngs. und
ii wus rlcclt'ed li camp for lho night.
Next uier Ing f e i-hnse wns ttgulti
til.en up, Ihe hh o Slates wire seen
no moro, hut il was ovlddilt that the
uinn i'    wi s   wakening,  and finally
I'lOV ('nine in sij,'lit of him, fur
ahead and s ill gitme, iilthoitgh Imtl-
ly woiiiiiIir.i, In the i ourse of lln
hour they mine so cloeo thut the
guide wus aide to put 111 the finishing shut.
il'hon the moose wns »' inn.d it wus
f .uud Hint In hud (ive bullots in his
body. .The head in alio of lhe best of
lho se>Hon the antlers being 55
in lies access, with l.'t points on out
it 'e. mul HI on llu other. Tho car-
euHu wclghi-ri I .'Kio pounds.
CC2_*_J______
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of   Improvements.
itroriOB.
Napoleon Minkiiai. Claim.
Situate tn the Kettle River Mining Division
ot Yale District. Where located: In
Beaver Creek Camp, adjoining the Idaho
Mineral claim.
TAKK   NOfi. Kthiitl, Korbos M. Kerby
as agent for lloiiulil Smith, ftoo miner'
eertlfleato   N'o.    arlilJIS,    Duiiciltl    Sinitli, freo
niiiiors oertlfloato No. i_4!)37 and Alexander
.Smith, freo miner's corliHcalo No. itiliBll. intond, sixty days fiom    the dato  hereof,   lo
upply to the Mining Ittrrri'iffrr nferlilji nli.
ut Improvements (pi- the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of tho above elnlm.
And furthor take notloo thai aotion, undo
section 37, must  he conimciicud   before tht
Issuance of such Certificate of Improieiiients.
luted this 10th day of November, A. D. MiU
Feb. 28 FORBES M. KKRBY.
Agent
MINERAL ACT.
Certiiicate   of   Improvements
KOTIOII.
Knoh Him. Minkhal Claim,
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale District Where located : Abou
Six miles north from Beaverdell on thc
divide beiwe Beaver Creek and the
West Fork of Kettle River.
TAKK NOTIOK that I, Forbes M, Kerby,
ns agent for Sidney 0. Cosens. free ininer's
Mliticnlu No. it/til III. inteiul, sixty days (ron
the dato hereof to upply to the Mining Records
(ora certiflciite of Improvements, (or the pur
nose of ohtaining u Orown Grunt ofthoabovt
elnlm.
And further take notico that aclion. undo
motion   37.  must  he commoncod before tb
issuance of such cortilicato of iniprovomonts.
Ilntcd this tilth dny of November. IIKI2.
Feb. 28. K0RI1K.S.VI. KKItllY.
Agent.
The Midway Sawmill
WM.
All kinds
LATH
POWERS,  PROPRIETOR.
MANUFACTURER   OK
tr i.o: c:i aod dressed lumber,
SHINGLES, SASHES and lOOllS.
-     -=S?P*5**-
Band Sawing and Job Work done tn   order,
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS  COLLEGE.
MINERAL ACT.
Certlllonto   of  Improvcnie nts
ItrOTXOEl
IIiihik Minkhal claims.
Situate In tho Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale  District.   Where  located :  Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTIOK that I, Forbes M. Korby,
as ngcnl for Alex. M. Winston free miner's cortlfloato No. ii*!*'.'. intend, sixty dnys
(rom thu date hereof, to apply .to tho Mining
Itecordor (or a Certlflcaie of Improvements,
tor the purposo of obtaining a Crown (Iniul
o( the ahove claim.
And (tirthcr tako notice that action, under
seel lim 117. must, he cummeneod hefore lbe
issuance of sueh Cerllflcatcnf Improvements.
Ilntcd Ibis Mil dny of Juno, HUB.
Fob, 28. KORBKS M. KKRHY.
Agent.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work is clone; where the '.reason
s always given; where co fi 1 ce is developed ; where Book-
KKKi'iNt; is taught exactly as books are being kept in business ;
where Siioktiianu is scientific ; where penm 1 ship is at its
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Civil Skrvick, Tkmjgraphy, English and Cartooning wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them howto be
successful, No argument is so eloquent as the record of
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no thief can
break through and steal the knowledge of How to Do. When
you know what a school can do for you by what it has done for
others is it better to trust to luck? Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane Wash,
Advertise in
The Dispatch.
■u-ttf-.t
Riverside  Nurseries
Orand Porks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
,:
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs.
' Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries; etc.
A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
Oi. .     ■     ■ ' I
The secret nf tuceeh in planting, Is, .IRBT— to secure gnta! stuck.
HK(-oNii -to plant as sunn as possible after it is ting.
Trees obtained from our nursery m be piloted al
Midway two days after they are dog.
Price  Hat,  imd  full  In format ion  promptly  given.
.'•1
rflen Wanted t* i % j
To sell for the large Fonthill nurseries.   Appli ♦
cations should be filed at once.   Highest wages ♦
paid, permanent place assured to the right men. ♦
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testi-
monials from British Columbia Inspectors.
& Wellington.
**O**09*9**O**9************ *
lb " - KI.UNGTON ST, K.
TORONTO, ONT.
Lancashire House,:
.   .   -Jir.ti/i%/  n _V..'.'.   '. )
MIDWAY, B.C.
The undersigned having re-opened this well-      $
known   and   comfortable    hotel invites    the
'• patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.       " "   ''
■i
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
fni'iincd-lionti'd nnd comfortably fiirnislictl rooms.
Mrs, Dowding, Proprietress.    |
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