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Vol, I, No. 9.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1002.
$2.00 per Year.
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A fresh shipment of Teas, Coffees & Cake Icings
Choice   Moyune   Gunpowder   Tea   50c
Choicest Basket Dried Spider Leg Tea 60c
Choicest Blend of Orange Pekoe Indian
Tea in 31b and 51b fancy tins.
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Finest Quality Mocha and Java Coffee, Blue Ribbon
Brand, in 1 Ib tins ground and whole 50c tins.
"Paragon" blend Mocha & Java, an extra fine coffee
blended specially for fine trade 35c, 3 for $1.00.
••Our Own"  Rio Coffee,   best   quality, 25 cents.
saves lots of work this hot weather, no ews
required, mix with water. Colors: Lemon
Yellow,  White,   Pear].   Pink  and Chocolate.
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MIDWAY NEWS
DEPOT
THOMAS WALKER, Proprietor.
AN tin best brands of
Cigar* and Tobaccos kept
•onstantly on hand.
Latest shades and patterns af Wall Paper now In
steek.
floods
Biscuits
@ 1
Seventh Street, Midway.
LtJUUUUULUJUUU
About That Preseription
'■' The doctor gave you, he wanted you to
have the purest ingredients it is possible
to obtain, properly compounded, I will fill
it exactly as he orders.
A. f* Thomas, Druggist, Midway.
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COAST-KOOTENAY
Railway is Now  Assured and
Work Will be Commenced
Immediately.
THE GREAT NORTHERN
Has Locating Engineer* In the Field
Rival interests Have keen AmaU
gamated and the Portion of
the Road trom Curlew to
Midway Will be Built
This  Vear
Prices to Suit the Times.
cent*.
Special Cut Prices in Summer Goods
$$$€-$333€
: WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry ijpoods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
Shelf Hardware, Lamps and
Glassware, etc., etc.
JUKMU   U.Sma11 Proflts
m
A fresh steek of staple aod fancy groceries arriving daily.
IQIHI HAIN & CO.
The air in full of railway rumors,
nml it would appear Unit there is good
{•ji use for their circulation,
I. will he remembered Hint James
I. Hill ii short time ago in his speech
ni Orand Korks stated thai he intend-
■il lo Imilil the Coast-Kootenay rail-
nay, ahd although no definite time
was given fcr comnieticitiK construe-
Iiott, ll, whs ihe general opinion that
his remarks were very significant, and
i hat ere long the work Would lie com
menced on this long-looked for line of
railway. Mr. Hill Is always credited
with being sincere in his remarks,
romancing living entirely foreign to
his mil ure, so when he told the people
he was going lo build the mad Ihey
believed him, and subsequent events
have strengthened thr belief.
Theie are always a tserlain nunilier
of pi'cliiuintries to be gone ihrough
frnui lbe lime any new line of railway
is Hist projected up to when actual
construction takes place. The lime
occupied by these preliminaries varies
accoiding to the extensiveness of
i he iimiei taking and the obstacles that
have to lie ovei-ome tu getting mallei s well under way. Of course people grow impatient while these mailers are being arranged. So soon, as a
■ruivey line is run the interested puhlic looks for immediate construction
mid the lime seems long until it actually takes place.
Fur year* the people of the Boundary country have been waiting for the
construction of the Coasl-Kooteuay
railway, and no place in the district,
perhaps, has suffered by this delay
more than Midway, for railway coin*
iiiunicatinn with the west Is hadly
needed, which haa made the |ieriod of
waiting seem all the longer. Hut il
now appeals reasonably certain that
the time occupied by preliminary Work
ts drawing tu a close and lhat lhe
time for construction Is getting very
dose, for J.i*. H. Kennedy, chief engineer oil he V. V. & E. railway, has
stated definitely that the ponion of
the road fiom Curlew in Midway will
be built this year and lhe following
dispatches from Vancouver nnd (Irand
Korks refer to the remainder of the
road and are self explanatory. They
art' as follows:
Vancouver, Aug. 27.— A special
from Ottawa says : J. N. Greenshields,
solicitor for Mackenzie k Mann, and
Norman McLean and I), tt. Macdnnell
of Yamouver, are arranging wilh the
government regarding the proposed
t'oast Knuieiiiiy railway. Itis stated
that Mackenzie k Mann, who have a
charter for the same route, previously
purchased from Vancouver parlies,
have wit lull awn tbeir opposition to
McLean brothers. With Mackenzie &
Maim, the (ireat Northern is acting,
ami Mr. Greonshiolds claims that they
have, a bona fide intention of building
tlie line. The withdrawal of opposi
tion to the new plan of McLean brothers is said to lie due lo an understanding airived nt. between all the parlies,
io the effect that the line will be built
as a Orent Northern proposition by
McLean brothers, lucked locally by
Mackenzie * Mann. The line will also
have direct connection with the Crow's
Nest, where President Hill, of the
(ireat Northern, is hugely Interested
(IRANI) FoRKB, Aug. 27.—.lames II
Kennedy, chief engineer of the V. V
It & railway, and A. M. Lupfer, chief
heating engineer of lhe (ireat Ncith
ern railway, lefl here today to make a
loconiiaissnro of the proposed Coast
Kootenay railway, extending from
Midway, at miles west of here, to tide
water neat' Vancouvei'. a distance of
about 800 miles. They will cover mosl
of tlie distance on foot, and on horseback, null "ill seek a |»iss across Ihe
Hope nioiitiiains, via a tributary of
lhe Skagit river, at a poinl immediately ni'H It,if tlie International boundary
On reaching thu const, engineers wil
begin lhc luciHiou surveys, and ll I
understood that const met ion wnrk will
he started Iaie tills fall al both ends of
the.proposed mud. A link will jiI»ii
have to be built from Curlew, Wish
ingloii, In Midway, n dislance of 12
miles. Tbe Orent Norlhern i- credit oil
with tin- intention of buildingn brunch
line extending fiom thu Okitmigiin
river lit the boundary line south
through lhe Okauagan valley, to tlie
main line at, Wenatchee, on the Col
uuibiii river. Mr. Lupfer wjis the locating engineer fort bu main line, Mr,
Kennedy will shortly iraffsfcr his
headquarters tn New Westminster.
Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Lupfer, nr
rived in Midway on Friday front Orand
Korks and loft the same day on Iheir
journey west.
The building of this road means
much, not only to this district and
those through wbich it traveises, hul
to the entire province. It, gives us
competition in railways, which is the
only means of getting anywhere near
a reasonable rate for either passenger
nr freight traffic, Railway companies
like all other corporal Ions are out for
making money, and if tbey have the
monopoly of the trade for nny one
place it means a regular ''hold up."
Hut competition equalizes in.itters.
It gives the people the advantage of a
rate ihat is not prohibitory and ut ihe
same time a rale t lint enables tiie railway Cntupaliiesto make gond  money.
The Coas'.-KootetiHy railway will
open up a lich mineral country mul
cause prosperity to reign uie re Hereto*
fore it was a stranger, for no other
reason than lack of tnilway facilities.
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B. C. MINE RESUMES OPERATIONS
The Property   Hss Shipped 70,coo
Tons of  I Excellent Grade
Ore to Date.
Miningnpcrnfinnshiive been resinned
on the ti. V. mine., situate ahoul a mile
and a half fn 111 El.ull. This mine i.s
owned by Ihe B. V. Ci.annul Co., ol
Montreal, Qnel.ei.. Ii uas wolKui
with very little intermission from tbe
summer of IW until last January,
when, owing parity to lhe low pr'ce
of copper, itwasrlo-ed down, During
1900, which Was the fil'st year ore was
sent to the smellers ill quantity frnm
Boundary mines, the It. C. shipped
about 10,500 Ions of oie of excellent
grade to Trail. The output for 11*11
was about 18,000 tons, and tlie comparatively small shipments dining
the current year sent the gross output
of the mine to date to about 7I),I)(X) Ions.
The precise figures of tonnage lo December 31st last were 07.180 ions, giv
ing an average assay of 0.015 oz, gni'l,
2,li> oz. silver, and 5.8 par cent, copper
(wet assay) per ton. Aboui four-tenths
of this ore went to lhe Trail smell ei
and the remainder to the Hritish Col-
uiubii, Copper Company's smeller al
Greenwood. Tlie ore is cbalcopyrite,
pyrrhotile and some pyrite, with small
quantities of gold and silver. About.
7,000 lineal feetof woikili all bave been
done iu underground devoloptnent of
the mine, the deepest shaft on whicli
is 4U0 feet in depth.
The mine Is equipped with a sufficient power plant lo break and hoist
more than 21*1 tuns of ore a day
through tlie |ii escnt main shaft. This
plant includes four boileis, together
ahout 225 horse power, a sitaigbl line
Katld 4-drlll nit'compressor, half of a
class (, Ingersoll Sergeant nil' com
pressor rated Ht 10 drills, one huge
and two small hoisting engines, two
No. 5 Cameron sinking pumps, etc.
An electric engiitamid dynamo have
also been installed. A diamond drill
wasal, work for snine time in the
mine last year. The min.' buildings
are substantial a ml comfoi table, nnd
ns many as 115 men have been employed at tlie mine.
The company owns ion other miner
al claims, tbe-11 forming 11 group adjoin
iug the B, C. mine. During tbe past
IWO months several men hive been
employed in surface prospecting 011
these claims, on some of which ii Is
thought valuable sllllles of ore also
occur.
Men have various nays nf carrying
money; Butchers, miller.-*, grocers and
linkers cany it in a crumpled wail.
Hankers, in nice, clean hills laid full
length in a morocco pocket bonk.
Brokers always fold then' hills once,
doubling the money us ii wore. The
young business man carries bis motley
in his vest pocket, while the sporting
man carries il in his trousers pocket,
Ranchers carry I heirs in their itisido
pocket, whether it is Hfl 'en dollars or
lifty cents. Editors usually cttrry
theirs in other people* pockets,
WATERLOO CHANGES HANDS
This   Well-known Camp  McKinney
Property Has been
Jumped.
.Tallies F. Kluane, president of lhe
Waterloo Consolidated Mining Ctup-
puny hns received word lllllt lhe company's mine at Camp McKinney bad
been jumped on Angus; 22ud by (jenige
VV, Bennett, who calls it tin- Waterloo
fraction, snys the Spokesman-Review.
The news was received from Patrick
Graham, lawyer anil official ageiil of
the compuny at Cainp McKinney,
lu bis Idler. Mr, Graham says ihnt
he is unalile lo ascertain upon what
ui "inui Bennett, has jno pid lhe claim,
olher limn thai beioiiteiidsthegroiiiid
has been vacant for some time. Mr,
Graham ndils that the mining 11-coiilir
jii Camp McKinney "advises me In
advise you in have the ground crown
granted at once."
The news that the claim Intel been
jumped wss a great suipiise lu the
officials of lhe company In Spokane,
inasmuch as I here is fully $16,000 wm th
of machinery unit, including a slump
mill. The mine h is been developed to
tbe depth of 150 feet.
Several months ago theold Waterloo company sold out to the Wai, Hon
Consolidated Company, hut neglected
to make a deed until ufler the old
mining company's license in British
Colunihia had expired, after which its
title to thu claim lapsed. The new
company, to protect ils interest,
jumped tbe claim iu its own behalf.
There has been considerable litigation
over the mine.
 .*.—	
OF   LOCAL   INTEREST.
The Pioneer Society of the Bound*
mj and Oknimgail districts will 1101(1
ils I,jilt yeai ly ie union at the Yale
Hotel, (irand Forks, next Monday,.
September 1st, Numbers of old timers
are looking forward with pleasurable
anticipation toon thnt day again renewing old friendships nnd exchanging reminiscences uf pioneer ox peri-
1 ores, Each year the tneih bet ship roll
shows fresh vacancies as one after an*.
other of the hardy pioneers passes to
his rest, yet. thern are still a goodly
number hale and hearty, and ready on
such an aiispicioui decision to revive
old meiuoiic- whether of hard limes
with their disappointments or of the,,
ail too ilu.-ling days of piospeiity fol-
lowing tho occasional making of "a
~'ake.'' Boundary F'.ills, Midway,
Camp McKinney and Greenwood, has
each bail its turn as the place of meet-
ling, and now it is to be the lot of
Grand Forks to welcome tlie old*
timeis of the district at large.
Lasl Ttirsrlay Mrs.l'.clfir, wife of the
general manager nf the U. 0. Copper
Company, entertained at luncheon at
her home in Anaconda, near Green*
wood, several ladies two of whom weie
visitors in .vhose associations iu iheir
respective houies in the east much
interesl was displayed hy local resi
ileiiis who bad the pleasure of meeting
then.. One of these was Miss Harris
of Chailoltetown, Prince Edward Is*
innd, sister of Roherl Harris, U, A.,
president of the Canadian Academy ot
Ai is, ami 01,oof the recipients of Coiii-
nation lionois. Miss Hail Is is on her
return journey lu ber eastern hulile
after having spi ut an enjoyable holiday iuihe li.C.coastcitiefl. She came iu
mi Monday's train on a vory brief visit
lo Mrs. II. ('. Shaw. Although time
was so limited Mr. anil Mis, Shaw gave
Iheir gm 1 the —Ioher—novel pleasure
of a vi.-il lo a cupper mine, tlie .thither
I.ode being the one chosen for lbe occasion. Miss Harris left nu yesterday's
train, delighted witli her trip into thu
Boundary, The other visitor Iff cried
to is Miss Teinpleton, a teacuor ill the
Insliliito for the Deaf anil Dumb,
Belleville, Ontario, of which K. Mnlhl*
son, M. A., fntllerof Dr. Mathison, of
Greenwood, is siiporiniendeiit. Miss
Teinpleton Is the guest uf Dr. and Mrs.
Miithlaoii. Even here she found a girl
who should bo having the benefit of
similar teaching lo thnt enjoyed liy
about 800 pupils nt Belleville, hul, who
i- gio aii-jj up without such beneficent
assistance. On her return journey Id
Ontario Miss IVmpletoti will visit
several large centres of population iu
the Ninth Wesl Territories'IUld Manitoba, where she will prnbitbly Hnd  hot
:i few youthful unfortuiiiites needing
just such In Ip us ihe Belleville Inslilll'
UOU  is Wl II  lilll xi  io allenl   llieiu.
,ii.„.1    ,!•*!.    .rxt.rti*  rnn(' .,,
2.
THK
fl|f {Kftalrtj.
C. M. CHOUSK Kditor nml Proprietor
Published weekly at Midway, B. 0.
Hiih-oripMmi price, $200 por annum, payable
In adraniw. cltlior yo.irly or hair yearly at llio
option of the subscriber.
Advertising rates soul, on application.
MONDAY, SEPIEMBER 1, 11102.
Rev. M. E. Dunn, of Spokane in addressing Ihe Y. M. V. A. recently
stated that "How to inherit eternal
life is the young man's greatest problem." It may he, but from every day
observation we wnuld be led to believe that the most serious problem
confronting the young man of to-day
l« how to make an existence during
the present life.
The Evening Sun nf Columbia, now
appears In a new "dress" of type nnd
In an enlarged form, whieh is a very
noticeable improvement in the appear
anre of Ihe pnblicat ion. Unfortunately for the Sun, Ooiumbia is nnt at
present in a position to give the support tna newspaper that her sister
city, Orand Forks is, hut its time is
coining and when it does. Editor Evans
Is just wide awake enough lo keep
abreast nf the times and the Sun may
yet assume creditable dimensions.
A German in Spokane has nn idea.
There is nothing particularly peculiar
about a German possessing one nf t hese
novelties, hut it is not often n Genunn
nr any other man is sticcesstnl enough
in cultivating his brain fnr a new
rmp nf Ideas to raise nne that assays
13,000,000, hut, according to his own
estimation, that, is what. Herman
Neltiel bas found among his latest
emp. It is of lhe nickel In-Ihe-slot
variety, but so far superior lo Ihe
ordinary slot machine that it will
Wake that interesting speculative toy
look like A nne spot, lf Mr. Neit/.el
ran get his idea cashed for its full fan-
value nn doubt he wnuld be willing to
part with il, but Spokane should en
deavnr tn keep such n priceless gem
within Ihe city limits. It «mild be an
additional attraction tn I tip Fruit Pair,
have retired and sought holds  iuvolv-
ng   lfss    seiisalional    iei|uiieiitenls.
One novfj feature  of  the  comedy  is
that nothing of the kind has over been
put before an audience in tliis country.
It is unique in ils originality, nnd although tin) principal  performers are
pi ik ticnlly Incnl nu n, yi t it is nut entirely lacking in foreign talent, as several coininodiaiis from a distance have
been imported as an attract inu, ami
if the playeis  continue lo maintain
that  standard  of excellence  in   the
world of conn dy lhat Ihey have heretofore enjoyed, Ihere  is  no reason lo
suppose ibal the public will lose inteiest until the curtain  has  gone down
on ihe liiial  scene and  lho  lompnny
has dlslaisdrd, which will in all  probability be the liiial remit, as it is scarcely reasonable to suppose that it will
show elsewhere  after   Iheir engagement in the  Boundary  country and
Ki try county  is completed,    When
thnl will he il is dillh till lo conjecture
as iliose who elaini to he ill the "know"
are of the opinion lhat the tumbles of
lln Kettley Valley Lilies hnve but commenced and  that the construction of
the road was but a small iinkeiiaking
in comparison lo selllii g the disputes
that have since arisen as to  lhe legal
owneis of the railway i   W.   C Morris claims  that he and his uncle Sum
nun Ihal portion of lhe road in Kerry
county, and if this be so, the short piece
that would be left for   the   Uot  Air
company  would si nicely  be of nny
immediate use exiepl for Hie puipose
of stoiii g its rolling stock   until such
limes as tlie cumpauy get   hold  of a
railway of sufficient length  lo   admit
of imining a short distance,  On the
other hand  ihe   Hot-  Air   company
i (aims Ihal W, C. Mun is is a had mini
aud are talking of having him at rested
for reasons with  which the public is
not familial', probably because he. induced them into such a scheme, Anyway they ilueatin tu coop Mr. Morris,
while he offers to lei 8100io$5 tlmt
they dare  not   undertake  any sue1,
proceedings,   Time and law, alone will
tell which outfit is bluffing    When it
will all end is diflb nil tosay, bill  the
public is promised some interesting details  before tlie Inst,    act has been
played in the Keti le Valley Lilies.
•AKK N'OTIQI
T   of j liii(iiiil>lini|>|Hy
MIDWAY, B. 0., SKPTBMBKR 1,1003.
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a nft or ilntn llOI'O-
llio chief Com-
iiilsKiniieriir i,iunls ninVWiirk* (or permission
lo uuivIiiimi 820 aoros ut inisiiivevoil iiiiiiiiiuuii
pasture licinn tlio NorUi 1 Sou.Manil tmUme
nl North West \ Section 30, Township W
Osuyoos llisliiul.
A uk ust Slli, inu:!.
M. K. OltKKN,
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate   of   Improvements.
WOTIOB,
.lieeVKiinoN Miskiiai. Claim.
Situate In tho Kottlo River Mining Division or
Yalo District.   Whore loCatod : On Grass
■    Mountain. Camp MoKlnnoy.
TAKK NOTIOK thin I, Henry NWIiotaon,
frno minors' uortlllcnto No. nllUK, ns
iigcat fur f.A Holy, freo minora corlltleiilo No,
trtlSIII,, inloinhsixlv ilnys frntn lho dato horoof,
tu upply tn Hie Milling Kocordorfoe »iiorlllleiilc
of improvomonts, for tlm purpose "f obtaining
a Orown   Ornnt of llionlinvo clnim.
And furl lior lako notloo Hull netion, undor
soctlon   XI.  must   lie milium ncod before tlie
Issuance of snt-li cortlBralo uf Improvements.
Hilled Hits filli day of .Inly, I'M'!. te
HKNRY NICHOLSON.
Canada will doubtless be nn longer
termed "Our Lady of the Snows."   It
will instead he termed n wheat, country.   Al least thai is tin  impression
the  English editors will convey to
their readers.    They nre apparently
infatuated hy lhe golden harvest of
Manitoba and the Territories.   All the
nlher resources of this great Dominion
have been forgotten.   They marvel at
the productiveness of the prairies and
are blind tn all else.   They wire that
an expert I* sent In inform them nf
the rieh mineral wealth nf (his Prov
hire.   Prom personal observations of
Ihe grain country and a vague idea nf
thn mineral resnuicesnf British Columbia, gleaned from Ihe niengie facts nf
an interview, they  intend  to return
home and tell their thousands of read
en almut Western Canada, and with
Whal result f   They will lie able lo lell
nf the prairies,  as  Ihey appeared to
them, a country of marvelous wealth
They will l*e able lo give a description
thai wlllcrealea longing amongst the
laboring and has wealthy class to visit
the prairies aid share in lhe pint-peril y.
They will likely he the means nf Iring
ing large numbers of Ihis class of pen
pie to Canada, I ut whin it cinus to
doing justice in i ur mines ai d I in press*
inn capitalists—ihe very class of people
Ihe count I y h badly in need nf—of the
immense wealth of  Ihilbh Cell nil in
and the Held it ( fliers for invesimrut,
their writings will Undoubtedly wale
a wrong ImpttSljOU if lbe mineral re
sources of this piovinrc. in  the minds
of i hose who nun lit. if in d irtelligil l<
Wrilenp  from   peisolial   ol si nations
were given, he disposed   lo   visit   this
part of Canada with ■., view to  investing.   If tbe English editors do not. reconsider their decision and visit the
mines of British Columbia, tbey should
upon their return refrain frnm making
any mention of them, other than, owing to lack of time they were denied
the   opportunity   nf examining tlie
mineral wealth of British Columbia,
fnr any other reference to the subject
would   doubtless   have  a damaging
effect rather than otherwise.
Why yon  should   by  "Fair Pit)'*
Chewing Tobacco.
Because itis the lest qua iiy.
Because it is the most last ing chew.
ttmcmuem it iu tltu Im-guer, lii-*'1  ('fade .*,
or 10'. plug.
Because the tags uie valuable for pie*'
mil.ins UNTIL JANUARY Ist. 1904.
Because we (itmrantoeuvery plug, and
Because your dealer is authorized to
refund ynur money if you are not
satisfied.
Thk Kmi-ikk Tobacco Co., Ltd.
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MIDWAY .  U vr
■   ,11 1    ■; ■;        ■   ..-,
Headquarters For
Mining ami Commereial Me|
First Class Livery Stable in Connection wltft tiotel,
S. A. CROWELL, Piojfc
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calve^l
Cows, Cows in Calf, Steers
and Heifers, Boar Pigs, Sows
and Young Pigs, Sheep and
Poultry, Saddle and Pack
Ponies.    Apply to
J. A. COULSON,
\l/2   miles from   Midway, or
Dispatch office.
TICKETS
I,    I     H
-TO ANI) FKOM ALL-
POINTS EAST VIA
Agiiiti Ihe riiiliiiii linn lieen rung up
dinclnniii({ nim'Ini nd tn the comedy
Mlltled "The Keitle Vnlley Lines."
The c(nii|iniiy'H cngngeincnt is n lung
one, having stnrtcd ulioiit, a yenr iiro,
and since ll'iit time no intcirtifitlpus
hnve tnkiii |iliii", il lm.*. luu i r.c onti*
tlniioiiH perfnriiiiiiiii'; one Ihnt Iiiih
never lout iin ntlnicliveiii'ss for the
lover of RenFHtioniilisiii, Kuril SUCreed*
ii'K net mil |mmt'n nil fin miit iiih.m. 8«V-
eml new rhimictds I n\c Imn intni*
diiced mill » llltlhlii'l of lhc older ones
MINERAL ACT.    "
Certificate  of  Improvements.
XTotloe.
Di,ui! ltri.t. Minkiiai, Claim.
Sltuato in the Osoynos Mining Division of
Yale district.   Whero   Locatod :  Kruger Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK Unit I. Churl,* do B'o|»
Green. iiHiiKirnl fnr Gqo*voO, I'mvoll.fnro
mitior'H aorlftlcjiio Nn, nlOOfirf, aril fur Kran
Morrill, tnr minora cortlflofttq No, 1)01702,
litii'iul nlxiy rlayn frnm tlio ilnin horoof, to np-
uly tu thu .ViIntni* Itooordor fur u ivriillmti,
nf liiiprovonioiitu, fir thu purpona of iililiiiiilnif
u Cnnvii l.iunl. nf tlm abovo elnlm.
And flintier take notico that notion, under
Kcetlnn '.It, must, tin enniiiienci'il liufore 'he Ihhii-
unco of mieh eerUtlcale of imiiruvciuentH.
Ilntcd thin Mtli day cf July. 1002.
Oo O. null. GltKKN.
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
St.Paul, Duluth, ninneapolis, Chicago
ANII POINTH KAST
Through Palace nnd Tnnrlnl stunpi'-x
DiniiiK ami   llulfet   rjinuking  Library  Cam
DAILY TltAt.NS : KAST TIMK : SRKVICB
ANII BCJJNKUY CNKmiALKIl.
Kor ltiituH, Koldern und Full Information,
mil no nr iiddres*-,
11. HKANIlT, ('. V.kT.A.,
701 VV. Riverside Avenue,
SroKjUE. Wash.
A. B. C. DKNNISTON, (i. W. R, A„
Seattle, Wahii.
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The Midway Sawnffl! •
~ L^hth        'f<r*-.^
LEQUIME & POWERS, PROPS.
MANUFACTUHKH8 OF
All kinds of ROUGH and DBESSED LUMBER,
LATH and SHINGLES, SASHES and DOORS.
Band sawingand job work done toordep
LOST
Somowlmrc between Kerr's much Hiid Uock
OrtMik, ir pair of Kiifciiu'lnH In a uiwu. Fintler
will ol)l({o by luivluK them at thin ofllco.
HOTEL..
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
This hotel is centrally located ?.nd is n stopping: place for stage
lines.   Good stabling on the premises.
 > GOOD FISHING IN THE VICINITY :	
Ordvj tKe choicest brands of Wines, Liquors,
ar\d Gigars at tKe Bar.
SITUATED AT HOiJNDAHY FALLS, H. C.
r,
^ s
SEVENTH STREET, MIDWAY. B. C.
o<LL SALTER, PROPRIETOR.^
A new building, well furnished. Everything new and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept in
stock, Every convenience furnished the
traveling public.    Bus meets all trains.
NO CHINK-SIi:  JBMPJ.OYMIJ. MIDWAY, B.C.SEPTRMBEU 1, i»><)2.
THB  DISPATCH
f  LOCAL AND DISTRICT. J
To day ia Lalwr D.iy.
Oluf Oiinilersnn left on Wednesdiiy
forN#^n,B.O.
C'haa, A. Welihter lim returned tu
Midnt^ altera hliort Mijoiirn in Spo
fcane. I
• The Miners' Union of Camp McKinney is holding IU annmil liull this evening. The Bush oiiheslra of thin place
will famish music for tlie occasion,
Lieutenant Johnson and Ensign
Southad, of the Salvation Army, visited Midway last week and held a service ia the school house on Thursday
evenlaK, which wai largely attended.
Mailers Eddie and lioddii* McOlitch*
«nnhot* returned to thvir home in
Oreenwood, after spending thi-ir school
vacaliMl visiting at Riverside, ihe
gueslaOt Ut: and Mrs. J, H. Jackson,
Sam Strong, of Buomerang creek,
haa heea (pending the past week in
Midway. Mr. Strong is interested in
•everal properties nn that creek, but,
like many others up the West Fork,
<a anxiously awaiting i he completion of
the wagon road hefore extensively
-develnfdng hia claims
Archie Urant went out on Wednesday's twin wilh a carload of horses,
wbich he and J. J, Flood purchased
in the Okanogan cminlry, and which
will betaken to the North West to lie
disposed <>f. If their venture proves
successful they will proli.ilily -Kind
aeverai niore caiioails.
H. Clarke 8le,le, representing the
Steele, KriggslSeed Company, of Tor*
(into, waa in Midway on Tuesday ar*
•ailging wilh dealer* for the handling
ed em-fa fur neat season. The Steele,
Brigg'iOompany do a la«ge business
fa lite West, their superior quality of
•took having tsttlt np a large trade,
J. P.i Keane, superintendent, of the
ajai-ilmaConipHiij'agnld mine utl'amp
McKinney, came in from .Spokane Insl
MoiMJaf mi his return to that mine.
He waa4n a passenger train that, collided Mad on with a fieight train on
Ibe Spokane Northern railway near
UpringJaleon Sunday wik. Koitun-
•tely Mtlle damage resulted.
John Siikup, of Ilia-land, assessor
«nd <s-Hector, Is in th" district, remind
ing deKnqnenl tatpayem that properties upan which uses payable prior to
MUI and atill unpaid will lie Mild in
•Jcioh** if lhe arrears lie not previous
ly paid. Mr. KWttip visited Midway
<m Tueaday, Oreenwood Wednesday.
PhnenU and Eholt Thursday, and
Urand Forks on Friday.
0. 0. Curtis, archil-act. ia in Green
■wood in connection with the prepar
Minn of plans for the court house the
|irovinrial government has promised
tn abnrtly huild In the town, and for
"which an appropriation of $10,01)0 was
made during laat seaslon of the provincial legislature. Mr. Uinis recently
«_ww plans for the public school building about lo lm erected in Greenwood.
Laat Tuesday the death of Richard,
the three-year-old son of Mr. aud Mrs,
H. Pittendrigh. of Kock Oreek, took
|>lace from cholera Infantum. The
little fellow was ill only a very abort
time. Dr. Oppenheitner was 'phoned
for and although he responded quickly
tp the call, death resulted before his
•rrival, Mr. and Mrs. Pittendrigh
have the sincere sympathy of the com-
•nimily In Iheir sad heieaveuienU
The deceased child was a nephew of
Mn. E. J. Dowding of this town.
W. J. 8iUKlgrass, of Okanagnit Fulls,
for years proprietor of the stage line
lietween Penlictoii, at Ihe foot of
Okanagan Lake and lhe lowns of the
Uoundary, met with an accident in
the falls lasl wiek. lie was fastening a binder pole on a load of hay, uud
had gone out ou the nnl of the pole
lo weight it down when it suddenly
anapped, and without any way of saving hin,(elf, he fell to the ground with
great force, alighting on his left side
nnd cauaing serious injuries.
F. J. Mitchell, tailor, of Greenwood,
the will known sprinter, relurned lust
■weekfionia tour thtough the North
West Territories and Manitoba,
■whence hts went In search of a suitable
location to which lo remove his business. After a long round lie got hack
tu British Columbia and llxed upon
fernie as promising the la'st, opening
for him of any place Im had enquired
nlawt in his itinerary. He is now
preparing to remove to the coal inin-
hig town, where he will at once start
*p in husiness In his line.
Midway Is Ihe terminus »f the Ool
-luliltt ft Western as almost every one
la aware. Whether it was that there
oath heen eo many rumors ahoul
lailMtng west from Midway or Unit he
wanted lo get a free rid**, it i* nnl
known, hut a hen the train frntn lhe
east nulled inin Midway on Thursday
O lonesome Individual boarded il un-
MIDWAY   MAILS.
Hill!
110 |l.   III.
Woil., K,l
4 Huilllllyr
2.80 p. in.
Al COMt ir.,!,,],.
ns. Crow's NiMtU.U,
rwwimi CuimiIi'
Hpokane
Kiinslritlll
NlllSUTI
Kulrviuw
l'ullUi:|')||
Vorlon, ute.
CilHCjulir
llranil Forks
I'lmeiiix
Eholt
Oreenwood
AllpU, Ktutj* snuih
('wiili MoKlnnoy
Ituuk Crook
Ml Won! Fork puiutx
I 'lwr.tr
ITS p. in.
Tiioh., TliurH.
k Hiitiirilnys
Wl a. in.
Mulls for point* farther wesl of Miilway than
Camp McKinney no Via. Kevelsloke.
MpLEOD k BltOWN,
Barbwtbrs, Solicitors, Etc.
Okrkswood, B. 0,
oooooooc^oc^;
H. NICHOLSON,
—: Notary Puhlic,
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AGENT
and MINING BROKER,
Camp McKinney, B.C.
Money ordora from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. wilh the
oxooptloii of one half hour before departure
and after arrival of mulls.
KII. A. HAIN.
Postmaster.
noticed hy the tiain men, and while he
was mi a litlle excursion around the
V, theirain for Ihe east pulled oul,
Of course lhe lonesome passenger was
compelled to remain over until the
follnwing day when heemharked on the
right train instead of taking the little
excursion of the former day. This is
the first Instance "f any one taking
the train for the west out of Midway.
At a meuting of memlieis of the
Greenwood CmiingOluh, held Monday
evening, it proposal to endeavor to
organize a joint stock association with
the object of innking a good skating
and curling rink in Greenwood, and
erecting idl necessary huildings in
connection with same, was submitted
for consideration. Jas. Russell was in
the chair and there was nn excellent
attendance of curlers. After discussion
it was decided to make a canvas of
residents to ascertain whether or not a
capital of $5,000 tii glO shares can la-
raised locally for the purpose in view,
and the following were appointed a
committee to canvass for support aud
to report at another nieeling to lie
held almut u fortnight heme : J. F.
Birnie, J. II, Humphrey, Sydney M.
Johnson. ('. E. Merritt and A. W.
Strickland.
0. _B. Shaw, 0. V... of Greenwood,
has just returned from the ninth end
of Christina lake, where he ran the
boundary lines of Ihe timber limits on
Wilbur creek, near where that stream
flows into lhc lake. These limits have
Is'en held fur several years by Rnl-prt
Winid, of Greenwood,whn lately made
an arrangement to transfer them to
Barnard Lequime and a business associate. Tbey comprise some BOO acres
of timl-cr lands, A lot of Due cedar
and some white pine make these limits
valuable, these timbers being in addition to Iir, yellow pine, and a little
hemlock and yew. Thereare numbers
of cedars thai will give from 10(10 to
8000 feel of excellent luinl-er, whilst a
few contain even a larger quantity
each. The white pine range up to four
and live feet in diameter at the bull.
A man named Sanders has a small
shingle mill in the vicinity, Imt Le-
qnime ft Co. propose putting in a
larger one near the south end of the
lake, and later, should conditions war
rant the outlay, a ssw mill to cut cedar
and pine lumber. Tliere is aroad with
an easy grade Irom the lake al-ont two
miles lo the Cascade City railway
station.
Rev. A. S. Thompson relurned on
Friday from attending the semi-annual meeting of the Presbytery of Kootenay. which convened at Grand Forks
last week. The meeting was largely
attended as the territory included
within lhe hounds of this Presbytery
is very large, extending from Fernie
nnd Michel nn the east to Camp McKinney and Fairview on the west.
Considerable, business was transacted
amongst which was the dealing wil. h
the refusal of the Crow's Nesl. Coal
Company to sell or lease a lot upon
which to erect a place of worship. A
resolution wi*passed reiniMtiirj the
coinpaiiy to sell to the Presbyterian
Church of Canada ai whatever price
is adjudged lo be fair and reasonable,
■i suitable site on which to erect a
liullding wherein to conduct public
worship. It scarcely seems creditable
ihnt the company will refuse lo grant
I lie request when it is brought liefore,
it iu this manner.
 ►»«	
Received—A nice assort■ini'tii of
Robert son's and Ramsay's Chocolates
mid Hun Horn, nt'l'huinus.lresh antl
toohsonie.
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
NAIII-N-FLOOD  BLOCK   .    GREENWOOD.
p§ M. KERBY,
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
Provincial Land   Survkvoi
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
MlllWAV   ANU QKKKNWOOD.
Why yon should buy "Fair Play"
Chewing Tobacco.
Because it is the hesl quality.
Because it is the mosl. last ng chew,
Because It is the largest, high grade <>
or Klc. plug. ,    ,,   .,,, ..,.„.
Item,i*,c the tugs «ve valuable for pn-
Sms UNTIL JANUARY .St. 1904-
Because we git»M.il«'Bt-very plug, ami
Because your dealer is nut.liori/.ed lo
■ money if V"  nre not
DR. SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phone 98, V. * N.
refund until'
sat lulled. „, ,,,
TiiuEMi'iivKlonAtrolo.,
Liu.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER. INVENTOR. DEWF.
Spokane,Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway, B.C.
Spokane Falls Morton
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Ce.,
Washington & 6.M. By.,
Van., Vie. 4 E. By. &N. Co.
The only all rail route between
point* east, west and south to Rosslnnd, Nelson, (irand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the
Ureal Northern, Northern H.ieiflc and
O. it. k N. Oo, for points east, west
and south ; connects at Rossland and
Nelson with the Canadian Pacitlc Uy.
Conn-nts at Nelson with the K. R. * X.
Co. for Kuklo and Sloran point..
ConneoM at   Curlew  with >taf« fur
Greenwood and Midway II. C.
Huff<t can ran on train, between
Hpokane and Ke,«blle.
imCTIVI AUGUST 17, IMS:
Leave.. Arrive,
9.'i, nil..   SPOKANK       5.l.i p.m.
10.30 a.m  ROSSLAND      6.10pm.
i.ii a.m  NKLSON      8.00p.m.
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1107 »-nl IOKANUKORK8I    3-«P"-
9.20a.m  RKPUBLIO       5.1Sp.m.
IB.  __.. Jr__.o__:_iOBr.
Ooneral Passt'iiKvr Agent.
Spokieic. \Vnsh.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
A   NEW   FEATURE
Parlor-Cafe Cars
COLUMBIA I KOOTENAY
BETWEEN
NELSON
AND
MIDWAY
f A   la  carte
Meals - °K
Table  tl   liote
LIQUORS   and   CIGARS
AT
HVAXXXhAXOXX     PWODi
CoMi'i.v.Tr Equipment
Unequalled in the West.
Through bookings to Europe
viii nil Atlantic lines. Prepaid tickets from all points lit
lowest files.
Km llito lliWos, nu es and'full Inforinatlnti
C1,||„i, nr iul.lr.ws A. W. IIAII.RY, Agont,
Midway, rn'
J.S.I AltTt'.ll. K..I. COYI.I..
H.P.A.. A. (I. P-A.,
Nelson, 11. C.       Vnuiounr. II. t
T. M.Qulley&Co*
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Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums.
************
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMERS.
Large -Stock.   Low Prices.
************
t. hoc. GKC7x.x_-__rsr ss oo.,
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD.
(«>OOOO$OOO0
W. H. WEBB
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
<■*_ REPAIRING ^>
m**9*9999990*im
CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTING.
Midway Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.
J. H. Tyrrell,  -  Proprietor.
f
SINGLE and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK  and SADDLE  HORSES
Hay and Oats for Sale. • Bus Meets all Trains.
General Transfer and Dray Business.
I Riverside Hotel
Rook Creek, B. C.
S. T. LAHSEN, Prop.
St pping pin i' fnr S'j, •*(>» to
nml from nil lliiiinilnry
Creek points.
ion for the Traveling Public
Lancashire House,
: : 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.	
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Ftirtiiii'O-lu'iitiMl anil comfortably furnished rooms.
Omwri-driow, via Midway Satge 5&S.MK
iiimiii iis arrival In the evening, wliili- change of horses is lii-in-- made
Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.
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A. M. WOVENDEN, Sec,
80 St John Street,
Montreal, P. Q.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.    Send lor maps, prices, and full particulars to
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd,
0. M. CHOUSE,
Agent for British Culiiuihia,
Midway, B. C.
(June Laws.
lt is lawful to shoot game as follows (dates inclusive):
8eplemher 1 to December 14—Deer,
luick or rtoe ; inountain goal, mountain
sheep (nun
September 1 to December 31—Caribou ; elk, wapiti, (hull); grouse of all
kinds, including prairie chickens; hare;
inoose, (hiill).   '•
September 1 tb February 28— Bittei n;
(lurk, nil kinds ; heron ; meadow lark,
plover.
November 2 to March 31— Beaver,
land ottijr, itiHtien.
It is unlawful to shoot or destroy at
any time : Birds living ou noxious insects ;  English liliwkliirds ;   caribou, j
cow or calf; chaffinch ; deer,  fawn !
under twelve months ; elk, wapiti, cow
or calf under two years : gull ; linnel ;
moose,  cow or calf    uiuler   twelve
months; mountain sheep, ewe or lamb;!
English partridge ; pheasants, cock or I
lli-n, except as hen inafter provided ;
quail, all kinds ; robins (fanners only
may shoot these  in gardens hetween
June 1 mid Sept. 1); skylark, lhl lish.
Itis unlawful lo buy, sell or expose
lot sale, show oi ud.'iiist menl, caii-
liuii, hare, I uMiiiiiosc, tnuiintitin goat
mountain nun liclire October 1 ; dier
before September 1 ; nnr any of the
sieve limned animals or hiids at any
lime, except duck, bine grouse, heron '
uinl plover during thu open sensOli,     I
It, is unlawful io kill or lnke more
limn five caribou in one season | more
th ni len deer, or to hunt tlirin wiih
il-t,'s ne in kill fr.r hide." alone ; molt,
Hum 250 ducks ; more thnn two bull |
elk or wapiti;  more then  two bull j
moose; mine thnn five mountain goat.*;
more than three mountain rains; or
lo lake or desl roy the eggs of protected
liiidsnt any lime.
Itis unlawful lo enier land enclosed
by fence, water or natural boundary,
nil er notice or if notice under Section
17 is posted up ; for non-residents to
shoot without a license ; for non resi
dent Indians lo kill game at any time ;
to export or transport in the rnw
state, game birds of every kind and
animals protected except bear, beavei,
marten and land otter; tn use traps,
nets, gins,.drugged bait, etc.,to catch
game birds ; to expose for sale any
deer without its head or bird Without
its plumage; lo use batteries, swivel
guns or sunken punts in non tidal
waters lo take ducks nr geese ; for unlicensed nun-residents to I cup or kill
beiir or heaver for ' heir pells; lo kill
any game liiid'l-etweeil one hour after
sunset and one hour before sunrise ;
to kill g huh birds or minimis import ed
foraiicliinaliziilioti purposes; to buy
0)'still bends of moiintiiln sheep; lii
l.ilti. tiiuit except by bunk and line, or
to use salmon rue as  bait.
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rrien Wanted <* <* a*
To soil for the large Fonthill nurseries.   Applications should be filed at onoe.  Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
10 WELLINGTON ST. K.
TOUONTO, ONT.
Stone & Wellington.
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fa
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Executed to too Satisfaction of Customers
e
809 SECOND AVE., SPOKANE,
 THE	
Leading Business Training School
OF THE
INLAND  EMPIRE.
FIVE  DEPARTMENTS.
Business, Shorthand and Typewriting, Civil
Service, Normal, Telegraphy.
Riverside Nurseries
Orand Forks, B.C.
I1ARTIN 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.
The secret uf success ill planting, is, I'IIiht—to serum good stuck,
HK('tiM)—lo -ilitnl ns soon as pussihle After it is dug.
btaioed from our nursery can be piloted at
Midway two days after they are dug.
i    Prlee
Ust,
and
full
information
promptly
given.
THE
PIONEER HOTEL
B. CL
One of the Best Equipped Hotels in
the Boundary. Everything First Class.
J. W. NELSON, Proprietor.
Our students hold tlm record of the United States for prnlideney in
Business nnd Ciyil Service brunches.   Send fur catalogue,
E'.H. THOMPSON, B.S., Principal.
Greenwood- Curlew
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line*
The;undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE between
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway. Stage will leave Greenwood at 6:30 a. m., arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at Curlew
in timetoconnect with the train for Spokane due 10:45 returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p. m„ upon arrival of incoming train,
reaching Midway at 7:30 p. m. and Greenwood at 9 p. m.
Will connect with Meycrhoffs Stage from all points West.
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
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