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Vol. 2. No. 29.
MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, JANUARY, 16, 1904.
$2.00 per Yea/-.
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I A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
I DESIRE TO THANK MY CUSTOMERS FOR THE
LIBERAL SUPPORT GIVEN TO ME DURING THE
YEAR JUST CLOSED, AND HOPE BY STRICT ATTENTION TO YOUR WANTS, AND THE FURNISHING of  GOOD GOODS at reasonable
PRICES  TO MERIT A CONTINUANCE OF YOUR
TRADE.
NEW RESOLUTIONS
In making your resolutions for the year 1904
don't forget that you are taking no chances
when buying your goods at this store, as quality is OUR first consideration when buying
goods, and as we also give you your money
back if goods are not satisfactory.
J. MCNICOL.
DEALER IN GOOD GOODS
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Take Care of Those Lungs.
>    This is the time of year  when a little cough   may
mean a serious   illness,   if neglected.
Our White Pine and Tar Compound
and
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
Still hold first place as curers.
Thomas Drug Co.    Midway
The  Brooklyn  Group. ly. in response to instructions'account of the shipping mines.
_       ,, .   .      .     . from Toronto, and   the whole, ,
From the general   trend   of ,     ,       . .,   -.   ™
affairs, as nearly as it ran be c™£™ been J"d oii'.. The.°r!      Midway & Vernon Railway.
. .    . \ t_ .    has been   prettv well worked
.ascertained, James Breen, who ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ | A Greenwood dispatch of
.formerly operated the Brooklyn ^ fonngthed t work. 9th inst. say.: A. E. Ashcroft,
group in tins «-nmp, and  spent . D ^ ^ mbm engineer of this ,itv, is at honie
[something hke $100,000  .n ^ j JUed ^^15,000 tons, which for a few days, having just   re*
, velopment thereon, may  once j ran C0|)8;derHb*     |ess than $10 turned from Vernon where   in
more be  in    the saddle   and'jn ^^   ¥mm ^ ^ „, company witl. RobetfWoodhe
in a way that will be k.^ WM mni on the plfttat| has been taking up tho work
good thing for Phoenix ^;land theconcentrates mrtde *„ j of the Midway & Vernon rail-
pecially, as well as tbe  rest of 1
the Boundary,
hangs a tale.
And   thereby
total recovery about 83  to 851 wa> ■   -Now that a start   has
percent.   The mine showed a|bee" "»lde on tl)is undertaking
,»...■. „   1 little  profit during the   year,!80 momentous   to thu country
_re:!.a" ^0yTSag°Mr-|«nd  is credited with between N^eerihere and Vernon, the
Breen, it i.s said, made an agreement with the directors of the
Dominion Copper Co., whereby
for the expenditure of a certain
sum of money in development
of the Brooklyn group in this
camp and the erection of a
smelter to treat the ores, he
would have a certain interest
in tlie company. He spent the
money on the mines all right,
and with the best of success so
far as opening up large bodies
of ore was concerned, but he
got into u wrangle with the
directors, among whom are Senator Cox. Robert Jaffray, E. R.
Wood, William MrKen/.ie,
Daniel D. Mann and others, and
discontinued work altogether.
His agreement called for his doing certain things in three
years' time, so it is said. That
time is not yet up by several
months.
J. N. Greenshields, K, C, is
not only the solicitor for Mr.
Mann and Mr. McKenzie, but
happens to l>e vice-president ef
theMontreal and Boston Copper
Ctx. owning the Boundary Falls
smelter, which recently ceased
operations.
It appears thai .~..Brv\ mee{.
ings of those most interested
have recently been held in
Toronto and Montreal, for the
purpose of arranging the consolidation of the two companies,
or rather the acquirement of
the smelter by the Dominion
Copper Co. President H. H
Melville, Munroe and Munroe,
J. X. (ireenshlelds, of the Montreal and Boston Copper Co.,
and representatives of the Dominion Copper Co., were to meet
Mr. Breen and arrange the entire matter. At the latest accounts this had not been accomplished, but it is likely to
be completed by or before the
middle of next month.
As Mr. Breen is essentially
a smelter man, and as he 'till
has a considerable interest in
the Dominion Copper Co., even
though he has for the last year
[$50,000 and $«0,000rash on hand, jwork will be vigorously pro-
although it is impossible here
to verify those figures. Such
a sum would make a dividend
of about 4 ceuts a share on the
issued capital of $1,250,000.
There is a mine equipment that
cost $50,000 on the property.
Some of the stockholders
want to wind up tho affairs of
the company and disburse the
the assets. There is strong opposition to that plan in many
quarters, and some of the stockholders favor expending the
cash in the treasury iu developing the property at depth. Robert Jaffray of Toronto, of
Crow's Nest Coal and Republic
Consolidated fame, is president
of the Cariboo.   Oeorge B. Mc-
secutcd to a completion.
The conditions imposed by
the governnient will be faithfully kept. The name of ti 0
chief promoter of the enterprise is alone a guarantee uf
this.
The plans are being prepared
for Wing with the government
and the work will be can.eil uu
continuously to its finish. i.'i-
uanciui arrangements are be-
ingperfected in London, England, and in tho early spring .
construction work will be hurried forward. The route of tl.o
railway as decided upon wid
be as follows; Beginning .'it
Vernon (railway depot Shuwap
& Okanagan r iii way) thu route
Auley of Spokaneis managing j w**- follow the east side of 1
director.   J. P. Keane has been
the manager.
Cariboo stock is  selling at 4
and 5 cents a share.
Granby WiU Treat Republic Ores
Republic, Janu >rv 12.—The
new  year  has  brought  some of W»od kke>   '.•■-•ug grade
changes whieh give promis* 0.')™  Bkwk -mountain, .riv-wiii*;
rOllg
Lake creek, cross at the foot uf
Long lake, follow the uesl .*> do
of Long lake to a natural causeway known as the "milroud'
following such causeway between Long and Wood lake.
thence along tho the east shoi 0
I Mission
being for the general good  of
this community.   For  a   year
rowjt the Granby smelter, upon
which tne 1      „ .  .,.
■""11*1  nf   tills
section had based their hopes
for an ore market, has practically taken no ore. This has
been a bitter disappointment
aud has contributed very largely the present depression in
mining circles, as the output of
the mines has been curtailed to
a large extent, owning to the
inability of the mine managers
to place the ore. B
By dint of great hustling | touchi
among other smelters two or
three hundred tons were marketed daily, but this wus less
than one half the amount the
mine managers anticipated at
the beginning of the year just
passed. The Granby has
changed its tactics and is now
taking ore from the Knob Kill,
Mountain Lion, Qnlip. This has
inspired the hope that the prom
j'k,
eight miles
above Gallaher's and thence
along south side of Mission
creek, and through the valley
■" '....i-n„li,. ereek to the divide between Kettle ruci   ....
ley and Okanagan valley. The
distance from Vernon to the
summit is 50 miles, the grade is
in no place more than two per
cent. The pass that will be
utilized to get across the divide
is 4,300 feet altitude, From the
summit the road will reach the
west fork valley by easy descent,
ng Beaverdell or a distance of 30 miles from the summit or approaximately 80 miles
from Vernon. From Beaver-
Idell to.Midway a water level
route wil! be followed.
or two busied himself with alises made .nearly two years ago
smelter at Crofton. Vancouver by manager Jay P. Graves of
Island, it would appear that the Granby are to be fulfilled
the consolidation of the two He promised that us soon as
companies would be the logical!six furnaces were iu full oper-
otiteome of the present nego- ation the Granby could take
tiations. The Montreal & Bos-land would want300 or 400 tons
ton people have no mine capable; of Republic ore daily. Instead
of  supplying the ore for  thojof that  quantity being  taken
smelter, and the Dominion
people have no smelter. If they
get together, and start out intending to do bnsiness, as they
can if they will, it will be a
good thing for them and forthe
Boundary. In the meantime
the rails have been laid to the
Stemwinder ore dumps, ready
for use on short notice—Phoenix Pioneer.
Cariboo Mine.
daily, about that quantity was
taken during the year. The
Tacoma smelter no longer
treats the ore from the Quilp
mine. Its product is now
taken by the Granby.
The Trail and Nelson smelters received a considerable
quantity of ores of this cainp
for some time, but within the
past three months they took
less, until the amount was insignificant. It is understood
that all the Boundary smelters
ijimnuiiiim^l
The Cariboo-McKinney con-[are again negotiating for the
jsolidated company, owning the treatment of Republic ores.
j Cariboo mine in Camp McKin-1 This is considered a hopeful sign
' ney, R C, promises to have an j that the large shipments whicli
! interesting meeting when thej were made in July and August
I stockholders get together at the j will soon be duplicated. In
j corporation's office, 214 Board j that-event there would be a de-
of Trade building, in Toronto. cide<l increase in the payroll of
1 on February 2. the camp and a   corresponding
I   The mine is closed indefinite* jincreaso in  the monthly bank
Ross Nominated.
At the Liberal convention at
Kamloops, Wednesday Duncan
Ross, of Greenwood, editor of
the Boundary Creek, was nominated ou the second ballot.
Four names were placed before
the convention, those of Mr.
Ross, Hewitt Bostock, John
1). Swanson of Kamloops aud
DeniS Murphy of Ashcroft.
Mr. Bostock declined, and on
the first ballot Murphy polled
07 votes, Ross 08 and Swansnn
29. Mr, Swanson's name \\;is
dropped and a fresh ballot taken, resulting in Ross receiving
80 votes and Murphy 75.
(Jn the motion of Mr. Murphy,
seconded by Mr. Swanson. the
nomination of Mr, Ross was
made unanimous.
A permanent organization
was formed, to be known as
the Yale-Cariboo Electoral District Association, with officers
as follows:
President, S. C. Smith, Vernon; secretary. C. E. Lefroy, of
Vernon: executive committee,
J. Hopwood of Cariboo, (". B,
Deans of Lillooet, I). Murphy of
Yale, W. Snodgrass of Siniilkameen. M. S. Wade of Kamloops,
T. W. Fletcher of Okanagan.
W. H. P. Clement of (irand
Forks, and R, D, Kerr, of Greenwood, GREAT CL
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LOCAL AND OtSTWCT.
MINERAL ACT.
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tne date- 1. aiajxij^T !
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was removed to-day-   ;
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&   M.   Getrin. df BaaiiBaf
Wash- **«  in  .Midway   Usk|;e»]1itI,mr:i.M!B;i!ll!!U:a.Si|t J^"^^
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Midway for  sbtpm6*-*8'   *° *«!:«sasm
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of (lie IibesaJ-CboserratiTe ttm
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NOTICE.
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a-t-«miing SbeLiheiral  «WBwn-| ^^ ^Eut,^^ s^Hmtm..
two air Kansdoops. a. w. xwALfiAi.
J. G. Dale, was in Midway obS '""""'
TheHsdayonfefewaj- to Carau.-:,'
Eswm-t-tmtp-medbr W. ft.'***** *eadl- *R» cxpioaoR
Loffley. a pfomiaeat miaiijg:was P0^ *a ««a«t aad
mancrf;%«kane. jau inq.wat »Bot denMael   aee-
On    M«M*-dajr *j«- inst.   tb
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q«iole tbem iJneet tbe sp«eia^i   i^_ " &w8   .
|kw raitesj tmw ia. eSeti boml
BaB^uZSL«.,«nto^jitxid Aeeoffimodaiicfi for tie iTSTiig Mk.
pamies, ekxtA. ebeerfeBj- giren w.;
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THinii*:* SriS Li*« £By, l«a*i:i»«. r?'iuaitit
Westera ailwaj befrwwa.  fc^^SM^i-irf CSoieefinia for tte
aad Xefeots ffaaages.   Use  eMrt-f        iapfWTeEtsiS of Seed.
pmigtram wffl leave MM«aj*|;   Bj- DKteiurtMKi  «rf the  Hon.;*"1'"
as IL3 an-1   tbe iaeoMiug Ojaej: MiBfeter of Igrieiifrare am*xlwr     iizmhr will w saken ss %
wfflamreat liS. IdfatribotiOD vOI  be made tkfe|.*a& CssassrwuSr-ss   tre   &
Tbnirsdaj aftenwoatbe fiai^iJsies*s«OT^ "^^^pSes of tbe tm^{5o *"<s»i tbe Cdsn»tiaB
eral was haw of a jtma% ■tosnii'^0^^*'6- sons <£ graan  tol"!0^' awedSted ddegalts
Esmed James Wlliara Biebard j t"*aa*iiais &Ki»ri for  the in-Jbealfow«d to xsko.
Cc»rs«lias    Brown,   wbo  bad 'fpnnrwneof'of jseedL- Tbe istoekf- •'^■■(Iwi^'IfaBeasSw, SS
«oo» to as oMMueij-   «asd at^-^wdfetribaEiioisfe of tbe mjrj tt S0BD"3O3
Z':. ...:.:*Twesd»y.   Brown, witb ibe-* *°d   bsK^- beaa    seearwii g^
two eonpaiiioos.   Cbarfes Pa-jnaainlrfeooj tbe exceiieat. rrcfif - C'HA^. A.SESUV
IrisrB ;ksd Alheti Hares,   wens1 raeeatfjr bad at tbe branch Ex-'      ftort-n*  T-u-j r ■■ ■-,-   I
■■i ttz.,.z£ uiaifeer wisb»n a quarter^ j^rinsenial Fans at Indian Bead. Oswt-r-nais- Atf ',•■ ■
ofa jaiJe of Eb«dt. aad ajs Brown iin tbe XorSb-ww5«r. TenriSiLtr:'^.;	
smarted to eseape- a tree wbirfe j Tbe dfis£ribotie« this jspcing-
iw-*sj* working at he ran dj-rwiHttmast dismmpks of cats.
rt:«fyintbe path of tbe&ffingnjsprn^ wrfarst. barter, Indian
rj-^Mbeapper feraEefaes »;trik-ii««>a8 and potatoess. The qnsant-r
i.i.:Efis bead and'era^bing it to|tdes\imacs, wbatt aad. baileji
& fsOx. He was taken to the! to be sent this year witt be 4 Ibs.j
risadeneeafeoiKtoyeftstKiagl^lot'oats aad o Ife ci wb^iat or;
- i E2k*4S. asd Dr, J.'EL Sjpanktejharfej, jJi^Sirieat to . sow tme''.
of Greenwood. aBnia<»eiJ, S*«Ess?Sb sf aa aeret, Thrj
a»a  js$    possibie.      DrJ- samples' of Iadiaa com and po-j
J2t*1"l|'.r
l j- timri
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SsoEnrjsi-Mc a.C.
Chas. A. \V"eb5ter,
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C.J.LEGGATT.
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eiafe 3 lbs. aS here
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LM §m QOID OUST twits do ymp uvr'.'ti" M
ant 'in rata
a:« it j.u; '.
et .ik 11*  j;i
Eholt atBeadiag.
A.     ..:'-.-ti. -r    .:.'■•.■"    X! C-rS-Z.    itAntrJ
Hsbadbeeu bring ae Calgary:p-=:*BSoes, and afffieatiosss- fo*
{zz a tine, and asrae to tbe?more than one sample- for ooet
BijosdEUtj"   laae  ittxaaer.    He; h*«Kehoid fftBao& be ectie«tain-2
wn wttx edaeatistL and esteem-ted.   These jssapks will be- sent!
ed •; !bae wish whom he was tree of ebar^e tbrocgh tbe nsaiLu
ja.i::iaia-;eil   Owing to the eir-i    Af*f^itioa---fc*HddF>ead*irvir"i'
'^EL-iCUKe*   of  tfe   death of:.jsed to tibe Wreetorof £speri-j
Bj":wtj -a ttaraaefs inqnest was;, ineetal Farms. Ottawa, aod mar: J ^^^.^-^^
tAfjx-, i^ra**l ueeesaary.   The in- be sent iss any time before thei. t%» »*«uj
wrauwt took plaee- in she Pfeoe-; kt of Maick after wbsrb thej f
aii ewnetosy. Rex. Wel. Wood,'; issts wil be efcsed,. so ^bat ail},
of tfee Chanrb of Bagland. be-? sampte a.**k*d far may he sent|«
ijig she offiesaSH^ efergyman. j oat ia gootl   txaw for jjowingf
A-id » uasa'oer of  friemfe  fin>BB.t Partie* wTitii^ shonld taestioo |
ftbe-rortaf Tam«y ti&er would'
Iperfer. and »hoaid tbe anOabie.. *
tmsX&A at Prtaeetea. -: *:k of tbe kind asked for do\
DESrmColo,Jaii.i*-Hea-«fe*,^*,iso,sie. ^her,   #**]
TT P%g«t. who aebiered notor-;^ wiU be «ot ui «s pbee.
H"y:a   I'JOl fey  ekping   from'
P^aadetphk   to Den Ter with1
Caaiiotte    Bryan,   his   wife's
taew, disappearing, it  fe mM
with foods estimated at more'
-h.ia tmsto-k b» been amsted |
with the wooaam at
S.C- Tho«wptofe was egeeted
alter   a ioog i
sfetgfK Shreogb a  wild moemi- Caa
»tE»gsjeoantry.   P%gast- asked
in be allowed bis Eberty   on:   ctetJ»r-l«t"! tfi^ «rc« ti«i yms
•" 0*fitioB of zitrh-ee B0 -]» ,w. - ■>■•* Saw <* S-*3* i"n,,t'
zmeots, \m, he w*» tfflnBNl OTer J^T*, ^ « «*. wt ,w
«o the   poBee.   Knp^   te^i^^afkk&esuv^e.
*«ating «sfflW» were fooad bji.   n *>& 5 **"* rw te?t * tone »ai
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the tame s€ Sesersv i. E>. '.* ;-:m
wa:^ we Seem 4a: maaj irt:<:w a
foftfflit ammSs t» to  3ii:i£.4rs  w**»
fewn .tamiwai tii; «!*"!*ni !*jit tt.v
«n tori watera asaSawf sr jwnia 00
on   dog-.jbbn-f-naM-aseciai iietet tie Cteto-
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tmmte &ZM&J, ^^ t0fk
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.. MIDWAY 13 ON THE MAP TO STAY...
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It wiil be the mast important Railway Centre in the
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in the centre of a
fining, Stoek-Rsising,
isiiag. ta-
; j.., Coal Producing,
and Hallway District.
Midway property will
nuke yen rich. Ii is noi
a speculation, it is an in-
festal
1
MMway, the coming railway, eofloereial* wholesale aod manofaeiariiig
etntnof the Kettle Biver
ud BooDdary Creek Districts, is situated at ihe
eoBtaee ef Bonndary
Creek aod Kettle Biver.
Th leading r&eiee
town la the eoueiry, with
as excellent elinuie. pure
water supply, aod sur
rounded hy rieh agricultural land.
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Business,  residence and garden lots at iow prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and tuli particulars tt>
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A. M. WuVI:NDKN. Sec
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MontK»l, P. y
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
C. M. GROUSE,
Agent for British Colunihia,
Midwav, B. I.
(the piepatri)
SATURDAY, JANUARY K 1SQJ.
CHRISTIAN INDIANS.
Carry Om e Modern Ton snd Elwt T1w<t
t_l,c_::,_ uriLrri.
Dr.
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Srepbensoo,    assistant
Si;*'5i
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t*   seem 'i.r:   oi the MetHo-
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-.. :.A>   ci 600 Indians,
a,; ■
ji*e long since iJoptd
dirt*
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1 ivy m.> .. J.jji'r lire 1q
ylo of   Indian    houses,
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rxoxr r.,,..-. an    eiectivs
h arfministos  the laws
of t
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turelt-e   lejirej-entativa
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a Ji.'*-:■ bewietoSi ...:t  thai
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exife
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feviajre "t eat '-.xtAar.
.'om  twenty    to    luoily-Dre  tr.ij
rtinnir-E to and trtMO St   A tine's
alicos'    every hour.      What  an ito-
pro™D*nt   on   the   "mixed*   and *-**-
Moca-sin' «-' J  ,wars *S°.
»ays late, so much so that, one exceptional mi'irning. Bob, the popular
condu- tor of the 'Moccasin." on
p?schmg old Donaventure Heytot on
time was, eerenwnioutly presented
with a Wther medal by the grateful
summer residents. Even if one has
to wait for a train, he is comfortably seated in a pretty station, instt-ad
of the rniserabi* op*jjn little shed boilt
at first by the interested trareleri."
Caa«#« .1 r.tm*l OmtraeUam.
Cedar and pin* trees are rapidly
being cocjstuocd lor the purpose of
supplying trolley and telegraph poles,
and at the present rat* of consumption it will not be a great while before th* visible supply will be exhausted. The foresters look to ca-
talpa to nil the place of pine and
cedar In this particular. The catalpa
Uourishes in a great many places in
Ajii-rj-i. and has the aiiranlag* o!
growing verj' straight, and attains
the needed sire in from sixteen to
eighteen years. Thc time required
for cedar and pice m more thaa
double this.
A statistician studying the creation of the use of wood pulp in th*
manufacture of paper has lately et-
11cist«i tbe amount of materia! used
in the production of nine pcpular
novels Of these books 1,600.000
copies were sold. In the makin? of
them 2,000.000 pounds ol paper wers
employed., and as one spruce tree
yields ahout 500 pounds of paper,
then*? nire novels are stated to liars
caused tbe destruction of 4,000 tree*.
ii±..__. i^-',:.-.i .*-:-ji.t
M»ti m.i th. Xi. '.. X
When "Hays of Wabash" became
general manager af the Grand Trunk
Railway h*> found hiuiseH confronted
with a difficult prohjVm in the shape
of younger sons, nephews, cousins
etc., of certain EagiLh stockholders,
who held nice fat positions on the
system. \lr. Hays began to wred
them out. There was much perturbation and much curiosity. A good
many people expected to see llorys
himself w.*e*d out before long. Nothing bap***ncd. A friend of 'Ar. Hays
met hiia on* night and begtus to talk
about the matter.
"Host do you like it,, nays?" he
asked. "l*o you fire tbcoi first and
then invi-sticate their family, or do
you inveiMicAte tins.;?"
Hays smiled.   "Just fire." be saw.
And perhaps that's the reason
Grand Trunk is paying more dirt*
deads than ever in its history.
TV- a. . it* *-t*i» —a.
Just sfter the Sail of Bloem/onteto
soWie-s wer» ca!I«i upon, owing to
the scarcity of ci'.'i.Uij, to work the
railway. The ir-ary men were ly-ng
Is caH:p one night after a hard day's
wort. b4r*Sj a sergeant cai'ed ootJ
"An; of you men wast to p:.t year
aaiaei down &js railway porters, driT.
us. stokers, or for any other i>
pointn.-'-r.*. in cooBectios with th*
rsitwajr?"
The silence was broken only Oy
stores. Then one Tommy s!»w!-r
raised hi- head end drowsily BstUe*>
*i
"Put cm down as a ilM-wrl"
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS  COLLEGE.
S09 Second Ave..  Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason
j is always given; where confidence is developed ; where Boc :-.-
[keeping is taught e.-^actly as books are being kept in business;
{where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is at   its
i^best; where merit is the standard : where the trainini,' iri Ci •
a. Service. Telegsafhy, English and Cartooxim; wakes up
I students, develops their powers and teaches them     howto K
j successful.    No argument is so eiocjuent as    the record
things well done.    No mortgage can corrupt,   no chief   ca;.
! break through and steal the knowledge of How to Do    When
; you know what a school can do for you bv what it has done fc r
,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.
BICYCLE   AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
W0RK_
MIDWAY AND
GREENWOOD.
&
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
The Pioneer
Limited
There is no train in service on
any railway in the world that
equals in equipment The
Pioneer Limited train from Sl
Paul to Chicago via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway
The railway company owns
and operates the sleeping and
dining cars on its trains. aiTd
gives to its patrons an excellence of service not obtainable
elsewhere. The buffet cars,
compartment cars, standard
sleeping cars and dining cars
of The Pioneer are the handsomest ever built.
H. s. row e. ,34 Third §4,.^   Portland
General Agent.

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