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 i MC AUVAlNLt,.
No. 23.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8,   1900.
$2.00 per Year.
SOLICITOR, Villi.
Uksknwoou, B. C.
Lson,
_: Notaby Ponnc,
BlAL AORNT
,„ MININU BBOKBB.
,B.C.   	
jVlathison,
_: DENTIST.
I BLOCK   •   OBEENWOOD.
II.l. SHAW.
Itt & Shaw
EKS, SOLICITORS,
Lrlts ftn,.
LulTT."
•d'ord McNeill'". Morrliif- X
Jk l.elbcr'«.
IERLAND,
.   MIDWAY, B.C.
IjBLIOi
|.MN   IIIKIKKII.
UMMINSION AOKN1.
tries passsil.    Bl"*™' *"
l paperj drswn up.  AB-
Abttrscli mads.
lions by ma" of Mlephone
tinted to.
Iant Tailor,
designs of Summer
trfect fit guaranteed.
Closing Out
At Cost
For Cash
i\'s]^y,\y,'*''*'' Me MeMe Me Me Me Me Me
ti, Sf ff tf fin,, t,n'f tf i',n't?tin\ni?
Dry Goods, Clothing
Gents' Furnishings
Heavy Mining Shoes
5|W|C */i> i\\ */Jv */|* #J» */jv *I» *\\ ^AV^ICVJC/i-
.. LTD.
PRIZES FOR CANADA
J. R. JACOBS, MANAGER.
|Cu.Soc. C, E.
Land Surveyor
AMI
ENGINEER,
&KARDS& CO.,
>iti Estute
|nurai\ae.
MlliWAY.il. C
Midway News Depot
THUS. WALKER, PRUP.,
Dealer in   .   .   .
BOOKS, MAGAZINES and STATIONERY,
Candies, Canned Goods and Biscuits,
CIGARS  AND TOBACCO.      WALL PAPER.
TH,
Iioiiiai. Artist.
Ih.iv,. IInt I'm. son Kimiii
Mil ill lhc   .ii.ivi' parlor.
|ftuil K'l"'i'"i
MIIIWAY, B. C.
llAI.KYMI'LK
,    W1«n_«
(tVlBW, B.C.
tpalrlm.
.Drelull)'
rs:
Hotel Spokane,
St. • Itidwav.
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■*\/^s/*%^*^-\
L E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.
- #♦_-#♦♦♦# ■—
well furnished
A now Imildiil	
and first-class.    Only thc
and Cigars kept in stuck.
and Commercial Men.
Everything new
choicest   Wines,
Headquarters lor
lOflioi'KCllKKR
(tiiJUoii'TiO!*  run Qua
STABLING
I"Iiiiik on Kottlo Hlvor.i
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- Midway Meat Market
K. K. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At thl* esttbllshment customer* csn get choicest cut* of
BEEF, MUTTON. I'OKK and VLAL.
itOJT* oxx OXxm j?x,t,x*xAmt,m
T).rn.f.m~M«.U,a.v hIwhvh fwjh nml sweet    full and gel 11
fiirilinni'i' ttMiny.
TELEPHONE 311*   A
^ --99999*9*
ii good joint
^  P. 0- BOX 25.
MMMHNMNMMMMM 99m«t
H. BUSH,
^BLACKSMITH
'SE SHOEING
SPECIALTY.
"•m* axtoutMl
lotion of ouati
to
BAKERY,
Is'' Quintin, Prop.
[•UN ANI) FANCY
l*sTRY, CAKEI.ETC.
J11'1".*   flrnKiliw-,.
Midsummer
Clearance = Sale!
Greatest reduction vet of
Udi^:i', STRAW HATS ™S	
*************************************
HOTEL.
rop.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
„v.„,ail,   Skins   and   Blouse.   in   Percale ''">'  Sllk
rl^L~mmmm~*******-*~»»""""
Dents' Ready-Made Suits awl Farms
*KYES,
I'liiiiHlntion,      
l-lqiion nnd Cigars.
FIwWJImi Stabling.
STRONG B.C.
cial Job Printing.
K -USANCE.1
Shirts and Light Weigh. S—J^^^
Lilw„'. enn, Slices .oiU,,,
A full line ol Groceries,   Glassware,
^^^mmmmm^tt:^^m
HAIN  & CO.,  General Merchant,
POSTOFFICE STORE, MIDWAY.
Tliirty-Three Grand Prizes Awarded at the Paris Exposition.
THE DOMINION WILL BENEFIT
By the Canadian Display  Uold, Silver
•nd  Bronze  Medals by  the
Hundred,
It in quite conceivable tlmt il mny,
iiiuli'i' certain oirGuiimtanrea, he v
blessed I., ((ive tlimi to receive, imt
there in still n gond deal nf inllil satls-
(action in receiving, provided always
that the thing received is worth while.
Pur example, grand prizes ami gold
medals are worth receiving, and there
is nothing  iiiii'lii'istiinliki'  fn Oana*
ilians taking ii fail' aillnilllt of comfort
to themselves over the pleating little
cli*o stance that Canada lias enmo
out of the contest for awards at I'nris
with colors Hying and drums heating.
Thirty-three grand prizes, one hundred ntnl sixty-nine gold mul lilver
medals, not In mention brotrae medals
and honorahle mentions, is a putty
good record fnr tin. Dominion of six
million inhabitants, nml with ihree
thousand miles of ocean separating it
fnun ihe place nf exhibition,   It is a
lett.-r record lhan bas lieen attained
hy any other country  exhibiting al
I'nris,  liar mme.    Even the  United
States,  wliuse showing in tbe lisl of
awards was sn conspicuous as tu lead
the American papers to claim for that
country the premier position aiming
the foreign nations, failed to make a*
lelatively gnnd a showing as did Can*
ada.   This result cannot hut lie grnti-
fving tn Canadians al large, trrespec.
live nf party or seetinn, for ii has made
ihe Doniinion better known abroad,anil
ber products and manufactures liettei
appreciated,   lt   has  heen   worth all
Ibe time ami money and pains of the
exhibits) mul slinulil prove nf material
und permanent benefli to thu country
It basal*... lieen a source of peculiar
satisfaction to the commissioners who
have had tbe Canadian exhibits in
rhnige, for to lbe efficiency nf their
lalMirs, as well as to Ihe merits of the
iirticles "xhihit"d. has been Inrgelydili'
the brilliant results, ll has required
systematic organization, not only t..
display Canada's exhibits tn the best
advantage, bul to convey neceB-ary and
important information to the jurors
nnd to see that in tbeir appreciation of
ibe various displays no essential poim
should be overlooked,
liulecil a very large p. rrentngeof the
awards obtained by tbe Cauadian ex-
hihlUirs has undoubtedly been serured
through the energy of the officii I rep
ifsentiitivcs nf the Dominion al tbe ex
po-ilion through their cooperation
with the respective class jiir..rs in the
supplying of necessatv data ami valua
ni.' lechuical tuforiuation,
ll is lhe purpose nf Ibis article mil
so much to give a detailed account nl
the various Canadian exhibits atParis,
as to give a general survey of the
ground coveted, and to point out. iu
light of ibe results accomplished and
the work done, wherein the Dominion
will derive thegreatesl material benefli
frnm her participation in the exposition
of lim
Nnl only has the exhibition been ol
value as offering mi Illustration nf Can
ailinn enterprise, hul ii 1ms derived an
added aud greater importance in the
prospective, or potential value whicli
it has. By this is meant tbe value
which il possesses as n ine ills not onU
of making Canadian produce and manufactures heller known In Europe, hul
also of actually and directly introduc
lug the Canadian producer lo the
European buyer.
Abe.niy have numerous  enqulrler
l n received  from  largi
tl alers here asking the addresses
dividual exhil'ilnrn ^^^^^^^^
m,niv Instances n correspondence ha*
In en opened up whieh may pave the
nnv tii a very material widening nf the
present market forOanadiau goods.
It Is, therefore, an Interest that has
„ cosh value which Canada, Ihrough
Its participation In the exposition, Ims
succeeded in arousing in Europe, Not
only from France have these enquiries
tome, Inn merchants ami dealers iu
(ireal Britain. ItalyiSwiizerland, Cer-
nnii'v. Belgium and Norway have also,
in greater or less numbers, npened up
ii correspondence regarding dlffeient
branches of Canadian produce or mum
iif.iri nre. To all sueh inquiries prompt
replies jut sent, while the names nf
making them nre entered in
hooks for further reference and
Ii bas been a charge often made fordi John Lubutt, of
ilgalnat Canadian nianulai'.lnrers and llurther, of Berlin, tin
exporters that tbey have been slow to
seek new outlets for their Industry,
and thai, possibilities ..f future develop
ment have often been lost, sight of
through liiniilit.y tn incur initial expense. Whether the charge be gencr-
rally true or nnt, the present fact is
certain that Ihe Canadian producer
will have only him-clf to blame if he
does noi reap ti rich harvest from Canada's exhibits at Paris In this year
num.
Kor the purpose of tills review it, will
he convenient   to discuss lhe  various
Oanadiau exhlhiis nt ihe exposition ao
Ulldillg as tbey are locaied in the main
Canadian pavilion, nenr ihe Trocodern
palace, in the machinery annex at, Yin*
lelines, in the limli. iiluirnl building,
forestry building nnd the various other
divisions of the main exposition,
Tnklng up lirst those iii the Canadian
puvilinn proper, probably none is more
important or attracts more strongly
the interest nf the passing visitor than
that classed under the general term nf
"food products."   Incidentally this display has been accorded no fewer thnn
niu,'gi mul prizes and seven gold modal* from the expusiilun jurors, a striking mark of the excellence nf the exhibit nml the care taken in itsdispnsl'
tinn in the space allotted.   The collection anil prepaiatlon of the display of
Canndi hi food product8, which includes
both vegetable anil animal food in var*
i. in forms, bas been under the genernl
direction of the Dominion department |
nf agriculture.   Fond   products is n
wide term, and the Canadian exhibit
under this   chissilleatiou   embraces  a
roriespoiulingly wide range of articles,
There is Hour, iu sneks and barrels l
fruit, fresh and canned : canned meals,
animal, tish and fowl ; butter, cheese
mid eggs ; beer, wlneaud spirits; maple
sugar and syrup, candies, etc., etc.   All
there have beeu systematically classified, and arranged lo the best artistic
advantage iu the space provided,
The general idea whirh Ims governed
the ilep.'irnneiit iu ils selection of articles tor this exhiliit has been two fold,
to show both the resources of the
country co'itiuerclally, and Its attractions nnd advantages as n land tu live
in. Acei'ltliiigly, the exhibits shown,
while em!.rn.-nig a full anil i ouipreheil
.sive lisi of all such fond products as
lend themselves to the purposes of pro
liiahle export, contain also many arti
cles intended only for borne consumption. Anmng the latter, for instance,
Is the display of wine. Ivei. el..',, which
ir tides, of course, could nol be exported to Europe, the same being produced
t'lere at less cost than in the Dominion.
But ihey show what Canada can do,
ami does, in this line, and gives very
London, C, N.
Toronto Bottling „ .Malting Co., Spalding k Stuart,
of Perth, and the Melchers' (Iin and
Spirits Distilling I in,, of Montreal, An
attractive display of confectionery in
wall eases includes fancy candy from
VVulker, of Ottawa and Montreal, and
from the White Candy Co., of St.
John, N. II.
A feature of the food products ex-
hii.it is a huge cold storage case, which
contains fresh fruit, cheese, butter and
eggs. The case is insulated al the lop
and hot I out, and the four doors are uf
triplicate glass with rubber insula! ions.
A complete refrigerating plant, run
by an electiic motor, is titled up
underneath the Homing, from which
the cold air is fanned upwards and cir-
ciliated ihrough hollow brass tailings.
The specimens of fruit now show iu
this arrived in Paris in excellent condition, ll is Ihe intention to make re*
neivals from lime to time so that Ihe
contents of the COM may always present uu attractive and enticing appearance, Only the best edible varieties are
shown here, but at, the horticultural
pavilion, in another part nf lhe
grounds, every variety grown in Canada may be found.
This fresh Canadian fruit is,perhaps,
th" largest drawing card of all the exhibits in lhe section devoted to food
products,    Nothing  like   the  apples
shown here   have ever heen seen iu
I'nris before, and   ninny   are the en-
i|iiiries as to Ihe price at  which  Ihey
Could he exported and delivered in Eu
rope.   It is the intention of the department to semi nver additional samples
from lime tn time during tiie summer,
and wiih the excellent cold storage facilities   for   trans-Atlantic   transport
which have been provided hy the new
fast »teainew ol the Elder Dempster
line it should be an easy matter  for
Cauadian growers of fruit to secure a
new and   profitable   market   for Ihe
products of iheir orchards.   The same
apples in equal measure to eggs.cheese
and butter,
wholesale
     nf ti.
Canada, nml iu
Flame Fighters from Kansas,
The men nf the Kansas Citv Fire
Brigade, says lbe London, Eng., Daily tii'iipbii' of a recent date, are now at
tbeCrysinl Palace, and twice a day
are giving exhibitions nf their powers,
The team have just come over from
lhe I'nris Exbiliilinn, where, in au in*
leinutionnl tournament for fire bn-
guiles, Ihey were easily the winners,
and ilius earned fur themselves the
title of ihainpiiill lire brigade of the
world.   Iiilh upelition each team
hul io go a quarter nf a mile tn a burn*
Ing house. There they had to let out
330 fl. of hose, throw a stream of wilier nn to an imaginary fire, ascend to
the lop nf a seven-story building hy
Muling from window tn window,
cue ihree people, and remove all
appratus clear from lbe building,
Kun-iis men
graphic cnt'tiiidiciioii tn the prevailing
European idea Hint the Dominion is always "Our Dndy of th- Snows," scaling from window to window, res
The arrangement nf the exhibits in rue ibree penple, and remove all their
the section of food product   issend- "Pl'ratus clear from the building,   The
circular, tliere lieing an otttcrand Inner K'"»"""',e" **ld i*11 "■'* '» ;f '"»'■ «
disk nf exhibits, with r  'ting pas- *''''•   The Italian team, wbo were sec-
sages which render all easy nf access. ""dl l""k """ '"'"' '- 8ec' t0 Uo lhe
Around the walls is au nnter circle of "'"" W01'1'
canned goods, comprising fruits, heavy Ai a pilvate performance held at the
mean and lish in greal variety. In Crystal Palace in open nir, the Kan
tlie inner circle ure honey, in comhand Sl,s team, whn had brought their own
liquid ; llnur. in sacks anil barrels : horses and harness, but having sent
cheeses beverages, Including wines, Iheir engine and other appliances back
ales and spliits, and aerated waters j to Anieiicii, had to use a Merrywea*
maple sugar nnd syrup, and an im- Uier engine, The principal part of the
uiense cold storage compartment of | performance
fresh fruiis, All these various exhibits
are contributed for the most part by
private firms in the Dominion, but have
Leen transported to Pa. is and arranged
in lhe pavilion hy the Dominion Government uiuler the imn ii-tl ial" direction
nf the departmeni nf agrlctilt nre, By
this arrangement ;i division ot expend-
Iture is effected, the private pnslucei-e
supplying the products, anil the government providing tbe transportation.
Among the principal contributors to
tbe section are the Slmcoe Canning
Co., Slmcoe, Oui.; W. Boulter _ Sons,
11, Out., anil A. C. Miller, I'i.lon,
who have sent n great, variety of
1 frill s, jams, jellies, fruit pulp
bles. Among the exhibitors
of canned meats are the Win. Daviea
Co., of Toronto, uud the Canadian
Packing Co., of Loudon, (In . In Ibe
f canned Hsli'are W, L.
I'lcl
lint
ciiiinei
nml vegelu
iug near
loose,   sunn
those
special
ilepurlinelil  nf
uud Wurzburg
Wiiwhurg, of Halifax
■* Co., of Vancouver, who show salmon
„nd salmon trout, I'acilic cmabis anil
lobsters the B.C. Salmon Combination,
ul Leslie Hart .v Cn., nf Halifax, whn
ient collection., of canned lnl>
mid Himice llazzmd. 'if Char
P.K. I., whu exhibit canned
mul Inn.   The
am
have
sters,
lotielown,
wus done hy the two
burses. When they are at home the
horses ure tied up with automatic
couplers, which are nudum- by Ihe
snnie current that sounds the lire
alarm. The horses are then free to
jump Into their harness, which is suspended from the celling in readiness
for tbem. Yesierilay IhisaiTiiiigeiui'iit
hnd lo he altered, as the display was
given in the open air, The harness
lay on the ground with two men stand.
It, The burses were turned
lines in front, of he en-
liehlnd it ; but wherever they were they made straight for
their proper positions at the engine
directly Ibey Heard the lire alarm
Bounded on a bugle, The off-side horse
never wenl tn the near side, neither
did the near-side nue come to the off
side. If necessary I hey changed places
—withuui any word nt command—on
their way to tbe engine, Then obstacles were put 111 I heir way.   These look
the form nf hurtling hurdles and arches
horses jumped  the  hurdles  and
through the arches without hesi
[or the fraction of a second.
glllf
snincllines I
use.
In Ibis way has the Canadian. xliihil |
hecome a link between producers in j
Cumuli, mid buyers from all over En-
rope, H will he much to be regretted
If the inagniflcent opportunity which
ill'orded In widen thn market
dian goods is nol taken ad van-
to the full  by the Individual
is Hum
fur Cm
tag	
nr.iilinei
s in Canada.
in
when lbe burses culm up to
d   mi!
Tin
ran
latiug
evei y case
lhe engine Ibey were Imriie
everything mail i ready to start. Thn
was dune liefore one can record tlie
fact, l'o finish With the horses were
taken liehlnd the engine, and al the
lire alarm tbey ran to their harness,
the men got up, galloped off 200 yards,
connected the hose, and had water
playing on un Imaginary tiro, in thirty-
live seconds, The whole performance
Nothing like
lobsters   nnd   boneless
exhibitors of dried lisli n.e H. ,1. My-
rick, of I'. E. I., and ('has. Iloliin Col-
lus \ Co., of Qtmhec,  who have sent|
samples of  mackerel,  coil, etc.
maple sugar and syrup is n composite
collection from Ontario, Quebec
Manitoba, as is also the exhibit ot
ev.   The cheese shown  ' "
Lareu's, iu gluss jar-,    mu |.^...„..uo, ,.,*.„,	
i.f wine,  I.cer mul spirits nre inaile up| il has everbeen seen here before,  and
nf the Pelee Island Wiue Co..of Bnuil- thuiefoiu it ought tu draw ull Londou.
Twu pyramids | was splendidly executed. m
Published   wooklr   at  Midway,  B, 0,
Subscript inn I'rli-e, $2.(111 pur niiiiuiii. payiililu
In ndvnnri', oltlior yuiu-ly or half-yearly at tin
option of tho Hiibsoi'ilii'r.
AdrorlUiiiK Rates sent on application,
MONDAY. OCTOBER '8, IlKKl.
The following taken from lhe Spokane Spokesman-Review in a very
pretty way of expressing the high es-
ii'i'in in which our gracious Queen ih
held by the American people:
"Two women uiii .supposed lo control
the destinies of over half the population
of the earth—Queen Victoria, to whom
.(mj.imm».«mmi owe allegiance, and the empress dowager of China, whose vassals
nunilier considerably over 300,000,000,
It seems a pity the lady uf the Orient
is nnt of the gentle disposition of Great
Britain's honored Queen."
In commenting upon the remarks
made in certain American iiuprrs upon
the return nf the Canadian soldiers
fnun South Africa within the period
nf their enlistment, the Toronto Telr
gram says:
'■American levity is awakened at th
sight uf three hundred Canadians
electing to return homo within the
period of their enlistment. The deer
uinn nf the Canadians to quit the field
can be defended on its merits, hut how
does their conduct, compare with the
behavior of United States troops io
the Filipino war ? While there was a
batt le to lie fought the Canadians were
tn the front; when organized resistance
ceased they were under no obligation
to continue on active service. The
men of the Royal Canadian Regiment
b ho are returning home are not leav-
lng th» perils of war, but the tedious-
ness of police patrol work. Yet when
the Filipino insurgents were most active American troops by the hundred
look advantage uf their right tn abandon lhe Held at I he end of the period
of their enlistment.
The rite of freight and treatment for
the gold-copper ores continues to fall,
and now a smelter in the Boundary
country at Greenwood is offering to
in ike contracts with mine owners for
ft per Ion. It was thought when the
smelter nt Northport reduced the cost
of tr kiisporlatioti and reduction to $4.50
ji"; ton that Ihe minimum charge for
performing these services had been
reached. Tlie reduction to the $1 rale
In ings into the pay zone a vast quantity
of ore of a low grade. Kven in small
mines, with veins of from three to seven
feet wide, wliere the cost of extraction
is greater than where there are larger
leads, can now make a prolit on ores
whose values range from $K to $12 per
Ion, It is known that a numher of
Boundary properties have large veins
of low grade ores, and the differance
between a freight and treatment rate
if $4 and $5,50 and $7 is sn great tbat
with the lower rate success can be attained, while the two higher rates simply mean failure, so close is the margin
on this class of ore. The result of the
low rate will be to stimulate mining in
the Boundary section because the owners of properties will see In it nn
opportunity for additional profit, which
did not hitherto exist. We think it is
the most important announcement to
the mining interests of this section that
has heen made public that a $1.50 rate
had been put into force and affect.
The mining mon nf Boundary are to he
congratulated upon the fact that they
have a smelter company in their midst
that is satisfied lo make a reasonable
profit on the ore that it handles. Kven
under the most advantageous circumstances and with the most modern of
smelter plants we do not look for
freight and treatment to fall much
under this price. We think it is very
nearly, if not quite, the minimum
charge at which the service can he
performed so as to leave any profit for
the smelter.—Rossland ' Miner."
KETTLE RIVER MIININd DIVISION.
Records   for   the    Period   Ending
September 15,1900.
MINKRAL  LIIOVriONH.
BEITKMIIKR  15.
Emma, Rock creek, Chns, Challin.
HKITKM1IKH   18.
Clara, Rock creek, John A. Bangs.
Christina, Hock creek,  Andrew F.
Burleigh.
SKPTKMUKll 10.
Monarch, Dry creek, John Marshall.
Dewer, Dry creek, John Marshall.
Solitary, Dry creek, R. E. Pitcher.
Spokane, R. E. Pitcher.
BBPTKMBER 21.
Clara Williams, Kettle river, Joseph
Rmv'lt.
BKPTKMHEH 22.
Liz/Jo  (!.,  Beaverton,  E. G, Oum-
uiings.
BEPTKMIUSR 21.
Minneapolis,  fractional,  Deadwood
eamp, D, A. Holbrook.
Hlil'l'KMIIKH 25,
■Sovereign, Providence camp, J. M.
Taylor.
Lasl Chance, Beaverton, F. E, Holt.
SEPTEMBER 2i).
Harking, West  Copper ramp,  W.
Wilson.
' .1 nt, Misinn, Exchequer extension,
..,;••■, ■iiiiniie extension,  Dry creek,
1  11. A. Mareal,
VV. st Fork extension, Jonathan, J.
JI, Stephens.
Produrer, Beaverton, R. E. Brown,
Plato, King B. extension, Dry creek,
R, E. Pitcher.
Miner, H. B. Brown.
West Fork annex, West Fork, Ex-
rheqner, ('rown Grande, Lucky, Hig
ham.
Bluebird, Kork creek, Robt. A. Scott.
SE1TEMBKR 27.
Liver, West Kimberly camp, John
II. James.
Vanguard, Beaver creek, J, Atwood,
G, D. Cunningham.
HEITEMIIKR 28.
Jackpot, Beaverton, Alex. McDonald.
SEPTEMBER  20.
Driiinlumon, Tepee creek, Joseph
Rutin.
Luce, Tepee ereek. Jean Dardezua':.
Summit, Tepee creek, Chas. Doras.
Lulu, Tepee creek, Jos. Doras.
Lakeview, Tepee creek, Pe'er Columbus,
CERTIFICATES   OF    WORK.
8KPTKMHhR 27.
05, R. W. Jakes etal.
Gnlu Band, Henry Shields.
Wild Knse fractional, Henry Shields.
Switzerland, Airs. Hastinger.
KK1TEMIIER   II),
Gulden Gate, I. E. Madah.
Rejected, John Donald.
Midnight, Coke, Floyd Vaughn.
HI 1TKMIIEH 20.
Buster, John Dempscy,
Daisie, John Oameron,
SEPTEMBER ''1.
Buckhorn, Aniler. Sundown, J. W.
Nelson et al.
SEPTEMBER 24.
Anvil, Fleming Robinson,
SEPTEMBER  20,
Lancaster, Boston, E. ('. Brown.
Marguerite, J. P. Harlan.
SEPTEMBER 28.
Conlgnrdie, A. Piper.
City of Mexico, James Whalen,
SEPTEMBER  20,
WE8TBRIDUE  LOCATIONS.
SEPTEMBER 5.
Edgar, Copper ramp, E. A. Graham.
SEPTEMBER   12.
Buffalo, Triple Lake, H. Kallis.
SEPTEMBER 15.
Elkhorn, Canni camp, E. Collier.
SEPTEMBER 21.
Spokane, Camp McKinney, D. M.
Ctissie.
SEPTEMBER 17.
Agnesta, Beaverton, Tt, Carrie and
Ah Ling.
SEPTEMBER  10.
Monarch, Lost Horse creek, W, P.
Reilly.
SEPTEMBER 20.
Laxte, Eliecar, Beaver creek, J. A.
Tuzo.
Manxman, Greon, Beaver creek,
Wilfred Oookston,
SEPTEMBER 21.
W. N„ W. Read.
SKPrEMIIEB  20.
American Girl, Anarchist mountain.
John .larvet.
SEPT. 27.
Hilltop, Carmi camp, A. Maache,
Black Horse Beaverton, \V. Hudson.
SEPT. 28,
Admiral, Rendell, Henry Kalis.
Iloinestake, Canyon creek, E. Sulli
van.
CERTIFICATES (IF WORK.
SEPT. 10.
Monarch, J. Murphy,
SEPT. 15.
Gold Mountain, J. W. Blough.
Mainland, Chas. Held et al.
sept. 15.
Utopia, K. R. Roberts,
SEPT. 20.
Leaser, Alan Gillies.
SEPT. 28.
Gold Dollar (fractional) Ed Sullivan,
spt'ctiveiy, as follows, both days being
inclusive :
September 1st to February 28th-
Bittern, ducks of all kinds, heron,
meadow lark, plover.
September 1st to Decemlier 31st-
Caribnu, elk, wapili (bull), grouse of
all kinds, including prairie chickens,
bare, moose (bull).
September 1st tn December 14th-
Deer (buck), deer (doe), inountain
goat, mountain sheep (ram).
November 2nd to March 31st— Beaver, land otter, marl en.
Unless specially provided, it is unlawful to shoot or destroy the following : Insectivorous birds, Knglisli
blackbird, caribou (cow or calf), chaffinch, deer (fawn under 12 months),
elk, wapiti (cow), elk, wapiti (calf under
two years), gull, linnet, moose (cow or
calf under 12 months), mountain sheep
(ewe or lamb), English partridge, cock
pheasant, quail of all kinds, skylark,
thrush, and eggs of proieetcd birds.
It is unlawful 10 buy, sell nr expose
fur sale, show or advertisement : Insectivorous birds, bittern, Knglisli
blackbird, caribou (cow or calf), chaffinch, deer (fawn under 12 months or
doe), elk or wapiti of any sex ur age,
grouse of all kinds, except hlue gmuse,
which may be snid during the open
seiisnn ; gull, linnet, meadow lark,
inoose (cow or calf), inountain sheep
(ewe or lamh), English partridge, rock
pheasant, len pheasant, quad, robin.
skylaik, thrush, at any time,
It is unlawful to buy, sell or expose
fnr sale, show or advertisement: Cariboo, hare, hull inuose, mountain goat,
mountain ram, before October 1st;
buck deer, blue grouse, plover, during
the close season.
It is unlawful to kill and take in one
season more than five caribou, ten
deer, t.vo elk, 250 duck, two moose.
Ave mountain goats, three mountain
rams, and to hunt deer with dogs, otto kill deer for hides alone.
Farmers only may shoot robins in
gardens, between June 1st and September 1st.
 me a	
Applications (or Certificates of
Improvements.
Notices advertised in this week's
Advance are those of :—
St. John Mineral Claim, Camp Fair-
view.
Opulence. Kruger Mountain.
Ecuador, Camp McKinney.
White Knight, Kruger Mountain.
Peacock and Headlight, Kruger
Mountain.
Big Bug, Camp McKinney,
Susie, Fairview.
Dominion, Camp Fairview.
The Labor Candidate.
Christopher Foley, employed at the
Centre Star mine, Rossland, has received the nomination of the labor con*
vention. James Wilkes was first
offered the nomination hut declined.
John Houston, M. P. P., in his paper
gives the laboring men noliee that Ihey
cannot expect, his support in the tight.
It was tbe labor vote that elected
Houston.
DR. PRICE'S
CREAM
Baking
Powder
IN
Greater in leavening strength, a
spoonful raises more dough or goes
further.
Working uniformly and perfectly, it makes the bread and cake always light and beautiful, and there
is never a waste of good flour,
sugar, butter and eggs.
With finer food and a saving of
money comes the saving of the
health of the family, and that is the
greatest economy of all.
PBIC'E HAKIM! POWDER CO.,
CHICAt'O.
Nutk. -Mnny mixtures, mndo In ('Dilution of bating
IHiivilirs, aro upon llio inarkot. Thoy aro
sold cheap, but aro dour at. any price, bocttise
thoy contain alum, a corroul ve poison.
AND SOO LINE.
FAMOUS
" Imperial
Limited "
Dally Fast Train.
Tho only illiwt route lo anil from
Kettle River and Boundary Creek
Districts.
IVKSTllllUSIl II.UI.Y TIIAIN KASTIHII'SH
S8.W Leave SICAMOUS JOT. ».3J
ConnnollDg Steamer leaves PonUototil   -.«,
TiiiimliiyH, Thursdays, Baturdayi   I
OonnootlngSteainer arrives Pentlotdh 1 ,- ^i
Monilii.vH, Wednesdays, Prldaye,    (
Dally lexoept Sunday] eorvloe tn anil from
(iriTIl Ilmi. 1 lllill llll IHlllltK
11.45 LooVe      OltKKN WOOD     Arrive &M
For ruli'K, tiiki'lK nml full llifnriimtloil apply
tn iiKi'iilniil t'L'titti'lnli nr Uri'i'invnoil, nr
K. J.UOY1.K, W. K. AMll.llSIIN.
A. O. P. A., T. P. A.
Vancouver, II. V, Nelaon, II. C,
J. L.  1J-KKY5 STO]
Seventh Street, and see our stock of
Men's,   Youths'  and   Boys' J
At Bed Rock Prices.
Also  a   Fine Line   of   Millinery Good
Being   Opened.
CROWELL'S HOTEL
S  _  \ rontkin i   _-«.._.;„»„..   . ***Htt-|
\J'
S. A. CROWELL, Proprietor.
Nl-n-ulli SI I-,,.|   M
CliUlook W_
''Inui,
' ol I;.
ifil al
WESTERN
Assurance Co.
Financial  Statement,  January
Ist, 1900.
ASSETS.
Miuiii'ipnl Hum!, nml Do'jcuttirof ..$ 731.77.1 111
lliin'rniiii'iil ll.in.l*  JIJI.lWI ii
lliiiiiiiiiiiii.ifl'iiiiii.liil iiit mil 'lurk lii.l.i; i'i
llauk,   l/.jii' Company nml nlhi-r
stocks  »7.IU M
Company's HlllliliiiK  iii.imi un
Hash on Hand and on Deposit  110,139 71
Hills Itocolvablo  M.IM- 7Ji
Mortgages  8,480 00
Duo  from other Cimipjitil,-.   Current Accounts  187.114 7C
Interest Duo and Accrued  H,'£M) Iti
Agents' Halances and Sundry Accls. 101,709 .11
Hpl IIS is ;i new building hard Bnisi
furnished  in   lirst class style.   The
is supplied with ihe best tm the market,
furnished with  a choice stock of Winei
Cigars,    :    :    :    :
Ulriiujll
iliilillij i
lhe
l-ii-im-i
♦i,KI,7« 83
LIABILITIES.
Ijosses undor Adjustment I 171.JWJ Xi
Dividend Payable January, 100(1. ..     3(1,0110 Wl
t iHI.'Ht* Ai
Net Cash Assets $2,100,380 50
Capital Subscribed but not called in l.iin.t nn on
Security to Poller Holders 13,100,380 80
Income for the yenr ending Doc Jl,
I8M.. $2,SU,7J1 SO
I/isses Paid Since OrganiKAltnu nf
Company tu Dale |2R,7IS.:«8 :vi
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Board of Director*:
Hon. OKO. A. 0OX, I'rwiiliMit.
J.J. KKNNY, Vice-President
Hon. 8. Q WOOD,
MnwiM. 110HT. IIKATY. QKO, lt. 11. COCK-
BURN, OKOItGK MoMUItltlOH, W. It.
DHOCK. IIIIUI N.  HAIKU. JA.MK.-i
KKltlt OHMOHNK.
W. B. RICKARDS
Agont, Midway, B. C.
mtmmtmmmmmmmmt
A
Pull
Line of
Fishing
Tackle.
New Novels.
K
J. A.
Unsworth,
Druggist,
Hidway.
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G F. COSTERTON
VMINON B.C
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Atrmaah  _*o_>«w
TllE Hovai. Insjurawk Oot.
Thk London and I.ancahhihk Kirk
Inhukanck (!l)Y.
Thk Insuranck Coy. ok North
America.
Thk I/indon and Canadian Kiwk
Insurance Coy.
Tiik Sun Like Ahhpranck Coy or
Canada.
The Dominion Huii.dino and Uiah
Association.
Appraiser for thk. Canada Permanent Loan and Ha vinos Coy
n R. Sffll
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Practical W'tch Maker,
COI-FKIi 8T
GREENWOOD B.C.
(lood Tools, Plenty Material,
and 30 yaari eiperlence to do
work correctly,   .  .   .
... IOI
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NOTICE,
IJOHHKH pastured by thn month. Ooral
I j gnwi and plumy nl water. Kor terms,
old., apply to
^^■1 .JOHN KAST,
W Mlilwny, H. c.
Patronage of the Public is Solicited and Satisfaction is gu
The Riverside Hotel,
It sl I iiii till at Rock «'i ••<*"<. H.C,  nn   tin-  inn in mi ' •.,„■
Im*iivi'i-n IViiiiiinii mil nil Bounds!? Creek |xiints,  Sinppj-J "
pirn !• for m.iKi-H. ^^^^
Good Flshingr -
Good Hunting -:- Bestof Accommodati»|
max,   Proprlator
KSTABLtUHMD   Ihh.i.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMfl
LADNER'S.   ■   BRITISH
COLUMBUl
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British CoM
Trci's  l-rt-c from  I'csts.
VltUIT   AND  OIINAMKNTAL TKKKS,   PLANTS A.VD Vl^
Send for Free Catalogue,       E. Hit* hi ■   s, M.m.tgq
The Boundary Ko
...J^IDWAY) B.G...
Strictly First-class Throuqhoiif,  Encell nt Accouimodi
J-aTNG.
Large Sample Room for Commercial B|
THOS. McAULEY,   -   -   Propnetj
FAIRVIEW - HOTE!
Commercial^ and Mining men should put]
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
| GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELLElP
Qeo J. Sheekan
fropn
m
Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
 ®	
The underelgned having taken thi-i «'"
known and comfortable hotel invites tl"'
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally,
BEST BRANDS OF  LIQUORS & CIGARS;
Fiirniteo-lioiiteil untl « ifor(iil>l,V
fiiinialii'il   rooms,
FIRST CLASS MEALS~WELL  SERVED*
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor* IUOII**""'      Jf|we ndiunei'ilio Blackfontclu, linn on
eSSi-reefc®**6       '"  Viml  Bl'l(*K*- ;ll"l  liter arr.veil ui
, iu town to-day.
*,.,.,,, returned yesterday
, (jrand Forks.
|„. ,,. dance in Nul'l'i's Hall
ly evening, tbelltl. Ipst,
of Spokane, Is spending
Hi, his uncle, A. Hopper,
liovs have  received  their
11Mll  me baid at work
|,s. I). 1). McLaren, nf Car*
],,'l'iiigafewdays with Mr.
McNieol.
||U| president of the Oolum-
„.', ipany. l"'i'' Midway
■ny lasl week.
I,,,,, nuuiber of carpenters
Iking extensive Improve*
hotel at Boundary Fall*.
(,|on quarantine has been
nnd Ji Widdicoine,  lbe
ci ic ut. Midway, has re*
bcode.
dmsJii returned yesterdav
si   Folk,   when-he  Ims
ifciv weeks inspecting a
|,i,ineral claims in whu h he
me has been appointed
ilendent nf all roads in lbe
liming districl, and that
|ll,e Keitle river dislrict
•ck east.
In in leting io Noble's Hall
ny   evening 'HI    insl.,
|f.ii- ihe purpose of organl
,1 Association,   All  ml-
||i,   Liberal  cause are represent.
linen are now at wnrk lay*
Iiiih   Keltic   river   tn  ll.e
Ipring lank, a pumping en*
pin in al   ih" river anil
^,.,1 to the tank.    This i-
i order to have water for
i. engines,
he a  Scotch concert iu
I in.xi Friday evening, ISib
l-h Thomas J. Semi will
Ihm;  pari.   Mr. Bcotl is u
ilniiiei    frtini    Miinilolin
splendid lennr vnice and
lllli..r.    He '.".ill be assisted
it.
,,v,   if the I'hoenix  Pin
i Klsic Crawford were mar
Jni\ i.-i Wednesday morn*
Ml-.    WllillX   iefl    He
f Spokane, where the Imn-
spent.   Tin-. Anv.tMK
(in.g Mr. and Mrs. Wile-.
niitinued happiness.
(aril I'yi ilie Smelt ing Ootll*
• building a smeller ill
ll'.ills are pulling on u en
m ure luisy excavating I'm
llldlng, which will Occupy
'el long and 100 feel wide.
busy pi irryiug rmk for
Ig wulls uml VV. •'. Wiiil-
in xi x kiln ol lime for u*e
It' i Ac. P, H. engineer
liottl- io survey ibe spin
inciter,    M.i'siiio    k
hve     plotted      ll    Slllellel
■ml have already sold
Building! are heing
lull.'. Luwery, ibe forpiei
|pilhe(ioldeiiCiown boaid
eiei led a huge twn
liiiii is almosl ready for
Mis. Lm kins nf Oneli
i building n two story
ice Oilier buildings will
ed shortly,
Ki'inelo. I w;is on Cossack post nut-
lying picket Ilml, night uml I nearly
froze. Tliere was a strung wind blowing mul It was bitterly cold, I never
put in such ii night. | Wm K|„,| w-jHn
tho hiiii name up next day, We then
advanced lo KuBlr 8pru|t, That day
our Ilritish Oiilumbiisquadron, which
IsCand No. 1 troop of ,\, were senl
forward to occupy Carolina, If ihe
enemy were not there ou,. Bt,.y ,Ails ,,,
be an hour and n liulf, then f,.|| |m |[
l,n the uiain column, for the lutvn wns
oul ill the way about .-ight mile.
j Imagine uur surprise, when we lunl
nearly reached tha town, about three
hundred   liners cuine inin sight and
npi (I lire nn lis.   We Med about and
fi treated ahout six hundred yards una
walk. I thought il took us an hour to
reach caver. The man on my right
was shot tlirough the right lung bul
did not fall oil' bis horse, we turned Slid
advanced on fool and succeeded in
driving the liners nut of the town, li
was Interesting for about two bonis
bul we steadily gained, The Boers re
tired wilb fourteen wagons taking
their dead and wounded with them,
w • captured t.«« of them uml turned
the lown inside out, blew up the pow
dec magazine, then retired gelling
buck tocAtup about four o'clock nexi
morning, then mai chid to Tm yferwa.
We aro at present twenty live thnus
ami strong, with one battery of naval.
one nf live nod foil'of llu  iu ligiins.
there arb also six thousand camp fol
lowers or tuiusposl men, The casual*
iih-s are aliout ten every day Iml nil
milll have fl big flghl or none at all.
MI.NINU NOTES.
A force uf men will shortly OP pul
at wnrk uu lhe White Cloud, un Bruce
mountain, cluse lo Midway,
Another payment uf$500U his I.ecu
made nn ucciuml of lhe bond mi lhe
Mountain View in Sumiuli camp,
The   Onal   pnyinenl   nf   $12.2.71 bis
I i made to John Rogers nnd II. L,
■lines on th.- II irlf u I group in iVel'-
ingtnii camp.
OroM'Ciitting Is beinn continued h,,,l'
ways from lbe 100 foot level on the
Mnrguii iie. The north drlfl from tii
Sn, 1 shafl Is also being continued.
There is 2". f' el of solid me in lhl*
drift A ' i lul -l.'pineiii of four i it*
Will shoiily he uiade to ihe (ii.inbi
smeller.
Four cars ..f nre h tve lieen shipped
fllllll Ilie M.i'll.'l   Lull.'   snd   f.lU   lie'I'
are toady for shipment  This ore wns
shipped   I a ke   room   fn"   a   bug
huilding lhat will he used for sorting
..r... It will n'snroi.min a hlgC'tlshei
niili a rapai liy ' f HI tons I" r hour,
Ai ihe mine prepstaiinns aie heing
n, ,,|,. to ii- . i 11- u US drill loupes -. .
whn I, Is now en route f ihe facility
iii lhe east,   This will give   lhe   inin
IS drills.     Mt  Johnson,   the   s hei
.iipet intend, nt, lignies that ea. ll ibi1
run break III inns every 21 bonis,  mui
leaving 10 drills for develiq nl wm k,
the 86 drills can break 1,400 ions ol
slopping ore daily.
. •-•♦	
Al l'JiJNTlON I
8
There is no better investment at
the present time than Midway property. Those who bought in Spokane ajj|
few years ago have since made fortunes. Midway is the Spokane of the
Boundary Country. It is the coming
metropolis of the interior. Trains will
be running into Midway in a short
time and the prices of lots will go up.
Invest now and make money.
T. M. Gulley&O
************
Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums. \\
************
FUNERAL D1RECI0BS anil E1BALIEBS.
Large Stuck.   Low Prices.
************
hoc.  GMCJz.Xi-Q-sr ss  co.,
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD.
For prices and terms apply to
THE MIDWAY COMPANY,  Ltd.
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llth St., Midway, B. C.
Greenwood, Boundary Creek, B. C.
JL We have opened the above hotel at Greenwood and
ja  are prepared to welcome guests and provide good accom-
/jy modation,    Good catering.    First-class Livery Stable.
I MMS£££$aS£*S*S££S&ft-S8£S&8'
I      J. W. NELSON, PROPRIETOR.
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a new three-storey lutel, comfortablv
The Travellers Insuranee Co,.,
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t .... Of Hartford. Conn.
$ TYTOTTTir
The limpress Dowager.
In the iiii-iiili'iii !■;*ik- of tha jasmine,
in i|ii'i]iiiiii'.iinl iln' "lm I eye,
A Imlv ruli'Klanil ymi ln*t Bhc rules !)
Ami li''r DKlim is jnsl Tsii Tui.
Though sin' isn't iln- imii nf ji woman e
Hull.
\,.*v h iiii mul nil Unit game,
si,', s un un adorned Feminine Autnir"
I I'lin.ik A Werner,     Anil shegetsthere (you bet)just the
Hi..in it visil   In  his old i ninii'.
armor,   Kansas,   ami  le 'When sin- wants a thing done In her
fi ii uinl inns  fi'uin   his happy ruilm,
fo   furnished throughout,
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The nearest house to the Railway Station.    The y
most convenient hotel for railwav travellers. V1
The best ol accommodation in every respect. *i
«M»i»i»i»»»8«*P««ifs» j
S. DAHL, Proprietor. {
^
Clmrtortd 1863.
Stork Life and
Accident Insurance.
xt I8SUKS the liest life Insurance
i» I.   ciiiitriii'ts in lhe world.   No
n, ilisii|i|iniiiiiiii'iii us io dividends,
il* Rverything   guaranteed i»  ad*
X vniii'i'.   Preinium niti-s La to 25
J!J percenj loss than those uf old
w lint1 Mm mil companies,
ASSRTS	
January ist, 1897,
$20,884.53
LIABILITIES, .. 17,020,260.10
SURPLUS   .... 2,076,424.36
T ___H
MIDWAY   SAWMILL
Lequime & Powers, Proprietors.
"Ii"li 'l'lli;  AllVASl'K joins
Be ii murder nr war or Joss
ISheiiHver larks friends lo accomplish
"k inki'ii friim .1 WnsliiiiK ; her ends
. |i-i|ii*i' will rxplain iiKi'lf : |    Ami H's r isi* tu see wh i's Iwss I
In«elii .1   |i„is,„,,,K...   this Though sh<*'s nhich lik.' 1 he queen who
inl,,.,. xxi   ,,..  •}_„   iv  1,' ■ a thousand yenrs hack
u    -'      . V. .;   Ruled the roost iw Impei ial dame,
ur, (.mi,1,1   \\ emec ol | sll|, (. m g)VB, .„.,|s .„„| 8|„„,. to ynu.
B.   <',   and Miss M innir : nnt., ,1 .n- maids,
- cminiy,   The I'i'iviiimiy. |    And she gets ill (you lift) jnsl th
"iiius«,.,|i,y rtiiini, thirty """"''
■" 'ts, ims followed hy a she Isn't kt mnch nnt In* platform spiel
nhadl 11 prepsred by thr     On ballot laixUlkanilabih.it,
l-ernntractlng patties. The Nor doe* she appear In a masculine
'••■t uu mediately on the B.I   -ntwnsersand hi-nther'astlffhai I
'"-I'-t'ity. where ilny will shii'sl nnoh engrussed wiili affair
llus and ihi'ii uill gn lo of her own,
■ B.0 .  where Mr W.ener (Some •"'"' lil11'',,,i,ks l,1'""''1 """,",
-  »i..i. M,. H,..,. 1  .,.„„,,,,.,,„. v„x with the woes of hei
sex ,
Uni she get*) th (you l«'tl J"*' mi
Sllllll'.
a«veInterest in the mini's.
I>" of Jacob Worttor of ll.in-
l'"r Ihe pist. tin yi'nis h.is
'lining districts of the wesl
f1111' is ulsn engaged in Ihe
■"■•us   ai Oreenwood.   Mi.
Wi'll
Manufacturers of all kinds of
ROUGH AND BRESSBD LUMBER
LAM SHINGLES, SASHES and BOOHS
Band Sawingand Job Work done to order
Tele
•ne
No.   12.
Telephone orders receive prompt
attention.
9 The Travellets Combination Accident Policy guarantees foraccidenlal w
S iiudt-i »rdinary conditions, X
if, lii'.iili Hi-mil;      ....     JUiWO   t   Ism nt HlRht Hand     .     .       $3,600 %
*0 Um ot Sight of Both Eyes     .      .000       Loss of Log at or above Knoo .   9,900 5
{Lota of Both Koot or Doth Haods   5.0M      Loss of Lefl Hand     .   .     .      I.00D *
Lora of One Hand snd Ono Koot    6,000  !   Loss of Either K  U J*
/fi Hnrnnncnt Tonil liisahil t,           .', ,,       Low Of sight of One I ye                  il 5
- «*
_ J,iiT|ita of   Weekly  Indemnity $1,300. _
^ AMI. If such injurieslare sustained while riilitiK' as a passenger in g,
ta any passenger conveyance using steam   cable,   or  electricity ns a *
* motive power the amount tn hp paid   shall be DOUBLE  the sum j
i^ specified in the clause under which the claim is made. -*
* Cost $52 a year   to Professional  and   Business f
j Mi'N.ANn Commercial Travelers. 8
tt) *
* Other sums at proportionate rates *
I "^»V. _EC. Novpis, *
AOIONT FOR SOUTI1KHN DIUTISII ('(ll.I'MIIIA. MIDWAY ll.C.
****************>&$*9**9.9999Klli999999tr$*********4*
Midway Horse Pasture, <i
T. M. GRAVES, Prop.
Pack arid Saddle Horses for  Sale.
If,vou have lost a   horse,   send mo the brand and if is in the
country it will be found.
TEEMS  FOR  PA8TURINGI  $8,00  PER MONTH.
Single horses delivered in Midway, $6.00 per month,   Two or more, delivered
in Midway, each $1 per month,
Sin- isn't I'liniiiipiii'il ji' Jill
Like dnmra nf nur civilin dciiini>si
Whal she .1 n't know ahoul  uert
iwiik,. „„,,,-..,,.,*.     u-„^ls1iv|"''i::;.|1,,„-,  |„,ok«  many
■n, and we predlci fnrhltn ,im,..s
1 •■■•11---I-.  Thehrlde is 1 hei she's "di|WU*tfoddi*n,shai'kled, the s*r
f Charles Ken of Washlna. rant nf'i.iin. ...
,1 In- lv l- liiirltnge, sli nn
17. nf WnshiiiK
"' her amiable wavs and
I" heart have endeared her
J' Mends wlume hesi  wishes
1) her to her nnw home.
I''1'1'"1' is in ri'i'i.ipi of a letter
' Wend, Will Brent, who
N""1' Africa at 11 private in
a» Horse,   li wae written at
Tx and gives ,,„ Interesting
■»• fxperlenceg.  The fol
'"''' '"a porilnn of it, may
'"'","'1 "'H.. ofnnrroad-
ph»w had nn oitoliingUtne
wrnte yon from .st.-u„i,.,-
""'•" '"'I to Platte U,u,d n,i,|
^™PKnP. where we mttHi ted
E   l,,'A si„„ii. The Boers
I r^'-wd also kept tips
.'"' Ourgune.gn| Intone
,'" BVfnl»B, .nnl fairly blew
He,,' ^upJ<",,   We "'""'•"l|
ns,,   ,        'uh1 ™".'|ii'iI, bin
"S|""•, "i'l not ,.,,,,'h „, we
The Pioneer Newspaper of the
Boundary  District-only
$2.00 per year.
Is prepared tu
fill all orders
fur Job Printing at lowest
rales consistent with good
work.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
FARM FOR SALE.
Wm  si. Q'lhitni
cnnsigiimi nl
Oppri'ss	
llm in spim nf Iiit Inn' I'liiunnstialiiBil
She gets there (ymi bet) Jus! the
Kami'.
She doesn't talk much on her natural
Hn.'^n'l'l stand fur n tow In Pekin I
Anil hm'wink nn llii'i|"i''l "• *'h"{ '"'
Among the riff-raff of Tlm Tein.
Ami in my .1 noble who wears the mui
iilinii.'
Turns pah'at tlte sound of h-riiaii 1
Anil sully r.ll.'i'ls llial. in "I"1" "'  " '
Sl'M.
She gete there (alas) just tlm sniiie,
Km-sin' iH n wile of years ironc i'i.
II, fun' women iH'ir ever "nim.
When ladles like Km.- in SI iv.-iiui sil''
Dletailllg ivii.it Peter should do1
Or that naughtier Kateol tlm Medin
linn ,
Uriiimlit nations m glory nrshanu.
And ruled hy the wile of a I""" '"'"
Mill il'-, ,    ,   ,,„
And «!« there (ymi bet) just thi
same,
■1 ivril 11 largi
I, cindy,
ittbt  KFCKIViD   Su thing neal
ii invlUHloi. Cards and Ball Pro*
ifninini.'s. jii
T|||.; ADVANCK OI1W.
CONTAINING aboui IMO acres, This prop
.,11 is .im,ui,|,,,, tin- Slinllkan 1 Itlv-
" rr. Imlfii niili-fnun tho 0. S. boiiniliiry. II ,U
imv between l..i.mils. falrvlow jui.i Koroinoo*
li In on lhc approved route of Ihet*. H. II.. ami
ili,ivuHliii,,i,„il,t,-,llv lm ool I'lion hotwecn
it,,., ami Ain'rirnii lliirs. .i- Ihrrc Ims bopo .i
iiri'liiniiuii'v Hiirvoy witli ilmi object ll view
Sloji/, crop, liniili'iiii'iii- anil hoinoliolil olloctn
to I iim ild with nald property,
Address or onqitlre al
rATHVIBW CUSTOMS OFFICK,
iihi.'li Is nn tho proporty. Il!l
in„l()fasl,l Tiinnksgivlng dinner
uill« rv-l fi  530 to 8 p..n.
ntlhpOMivellHnuse.October 18ih,
[lay.
1'lliiliksglvlHK
TIMBEH NOTICE.
::■ ■■■ tt
'
SEND
sms
m
The Advance g
i
$m
r^^X'^^T^mm      To Yo«r Friends.      M
ytt'tt--: .'tt'tti,^ m      , ,     |%
il ,11' ■."'"'";''     ' ,',   ,1 ,,j .ilohalin m»lk  W&   ^ Sob-crlptlon »ia year ^i>Yll,-r
TtmV-;,;' ■!;:!'„o"Kass m^nr*'' ■ mnt*%_\W.I
^°   II. L.Sawykr. C A.Sawyer.
¥
At the Sawyer lirothers livery barn will be found
•rood single and double drivers, ladies' and gentlemen's saddle horses, and complete, packing outfits.
Parties to the West Fork country given special
attention.
Daily stage to Greenwood carrying passengers & Express
RBR
LIVERYMEN,
MIDWAY- B.C.
UUimJULUJUUL^
THOS. WAKE
PROPRIETOR.<
FULLS HOTEL...
Tin*
Mil,. Ci li. runaiaa " ■'"'' "'".v (ll obnliie.
lb ''^'''.V'' iai'tl"? !"•""''""""
Ihaneeivi il .■'''' ' .„,,.,,-.i I.
 I """"        '  j,,., MOOODDY.
M,rvlo.v,D,c„Au.-»t.M»oo.      >TP
hnlel  in  centrally locmed and is tt stopping place  for  slagn lines
Guild llsliint; in the Vicinity,   (innd stabllllg.
A variety of tlie choicfjil brands of liquors and cigars nt the 'ur
SITUATED AT BOUMUKY KAI.I.S, H. I
I
I
■■■;iM^
Mm-
Certificate  of Improvements,
Ifotloe
Sinn; Minkhal Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mlnlni Division of Yal.
Ulstrict.  Where Located!  At Fairvlew.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Charlon <lo lllnix
ilit'i'ii. an nucnt for OoorK-i A. Uiunr,
fi'ir inlnor'H eortillcate No. IliClo. intrnil,
sixty ilnys fnun tlio date heroof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for n corlitlciitoof
iniprnviiniontit, for tho purport' of obtAining
n Crown gnuitiif tho iibovoclaiin.
And furilior take notloe that action, under
soction 37. nni,.t bo coiiiniunoud buforu *lio l«ni-
anco of such cortiflcato of  improvement!*.
Dated this iinli day cf August, WOO.
17c CIIAS. iikB. OKKKN.
Oertiflcnte  of   Improvements.
motiob
Bifl lliu Minkhal Claim.
Situate In tbe Kettle River Mining Division ol
Yale Dlstriot. Where located i - Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK thai I. W. II. Se/ttb, tm
mym-II, freo mlner'a certificate No. IWUft,
nnd as agonl for A. Megraw, free miner a certificate No. (Win, and Mrs. I. M. Macilnnald, free
miner's certificate No. H2WII. Intend, sixly days
from Ihe date hiimof, toapply to the Mining lie-
corner for n certificate of Iniprovcmenln, for lhe
purpMc of obtuiuiug A Crown grant of tlie
above claim.
And furilior Uko notice that action, under
section 37, must lie commoncod  before tho
issuance of such ccrlltlcalo of improvements.
Dated this 20lh day of August, I'.mn.
llio W. H. NOIIUIS.
7irmp7Wf'ff
iki 4i!4i i
ftftinirif
■»!_> _M4
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
Vatloa.
IIiimisiiin Minkhal Claim.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale district.    Where  located :  Camp
Fairvlew,
TAKK NOTIOK tlmt I, Chas. do R. Oreen.
I    as agent for the Dominion Consolidated
Mines Co., free miner's certificate No. H3082I,
Intend, sixty days from   the date hereof, to
M1NERAL_ACT, 1896.
Certlflcate   of   Improvements.
apply to the Mining Itcconler for a Certificate
ofliiiprovomeiila. for thc purpose   '
a Crown Urant of the above claim
And further Uko notloe lliai action, under
section 37. must bo commenced   before tho
issuance of such Certificate of Impro*, ements.
Hi.led this :10th day of Hop!ember, limn.
CIIAS. null. IIUKKN.
Mineral Act 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
PgAOOOK ANU   IlKAIILIIIIIT  MlNKIIAI,  CLAIMS.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District. Where loeated: On Kruger Mountain.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Charles dolllols
Oreen, as agent for William Keller, fret
miner's certificate Nn. B571I7, and for George
Kngcl, freo miner's certificate No. luKW,
Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
Apply to the Mining Recorder fnr a Certiflciite
of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Orant of thc nbove claims,
And further tako notice that action under
section 37 must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 17thtUy of July, 1900.
13c CHAS. iikII. GItEKN.
WHITE KNICHT MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate In the Osoyoos MlnlnK Division of
Yale District.  Where located : On Kruger Mountain.
TAKK NOIIOKlhi'tl.Clias. dolllols Orccn,
acting as iigcnt for Frank 11. Wollaston, free miner's certificate No. 28893,
Intend, sixly djiys from the date hereof, to
apply to tho Mining Recorder for a Certificate
pf Improvements, for tho purpose of oblaining
a Crown Orant of llm above claim.
And further take notice that aclion. under
section .17, must  tic commenced before the
issuance of such CortlflCAto of Improvements.
Dated this 1Kb day it June. limn.
7c CHAS. DhB. UltKKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
St. John Minkiiai. Claim.
Situate in the Osoyooi Mining Division or
Yale District.   Where looated:   Camp
Fairvlew.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Story Hall.
as agent for Edward Cook, free miners
certificate No. n:1i..',;i. and Charles Nelson, free
minor's certificate N'o. 1163, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, lo apply to th. Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,
for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Urant of
the Above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must lie commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate uf Improvements.
ROBERT STORY HALL.
Dated this 14th day of May, 1900.
HI DWAY, B. C.
Beairtifolly situated at lb eonfiuenee of Bonndary Creek and Kettle River,
ILL BE The most imP°''tant railw:i-/ town in thc Ketllc River MininS l)ivisi""'
The Western Terminal and Divisional point of the Columbia & Western Railway,
The Wholesale  Supply and  Manufacturing centre of the   Ketlle  Rivcr and Boundary
Creek Districts.
The distributing   point for   Upper   Kettle River,  West   Fork  and Camp  McKinney
mining camps.
The nearest Railway town to  Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain  and   other
Northern  Washington mining camps,
The   leading residence town   in   the  country, with an excellent   climate,  pun: Water
supply and  favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
m
SKNII KOIt MAI'S. PRICKS ANI) KILL PARTICULARS TO
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certlflcate  of   Improvement!!.
OPULENCE MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
     Where located:
Yale Ulstrict.
meos Creek.
Here-
W. H.WEBB,
*_V,l\l<lt A. M. WOVKNDKN, Secretary, TUT
$::$..., :«i st. Join, stmt, Hk
.]&&%*% Montreal, P. Q.    1111-
y^l'Ji'Ji'^y'.
X!&X£_»f_-tfi^!__!___t_*!__!__!__!_ i!_>!i_''„l^!'_!'_!t y.'__.'.'__il'^l'^l'-_il'-2l'__i_'_-*l'__:l'. i!4i!'«t!c!'-J!«!'-i!'--!«!«!'- i&Sii!«fe*!W!4i!«!'«5!-_* _JmN
CO., Ltd.
O. M. t'KOUNK.
Agent fur llrilisli Colombia,
Midway, B 0,   y'M
' to #3_
Old,,
«___, Practical
>__■»
TAKK NOTICK thai I, Chan. iIoIUoIh Orccn,
m agent (or A. .1. McDoupnll. (roe'
minoracorllttrntc No. HjSOi, intend sixty days
(rom lho date horeo(, to anply to the Mining Rooordor (or a cerllflcatt o( IniprovcnienlH, (or the
purimxc ill obtaining a Crown Orant of the
above claim.
And (un her take notico that action, under
section   37, miiht lie commenced before the
Ikhuimco ol such certilicuto o( improvcinentH,
Hated Ihis lllth day ut June, IWO.
"c CHAS. null LOIS ORKKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements
Votlee
K'TAIIOH Ml.VKIML CLAIM.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Dlvlilon of
Yale District, Where loeated: Camp
McKinney.
TAKE NOTICK that I. Clan, do H. Orcon,
aa agent (or Duncan Ilonnld, (rue
■■inert cortilicato No. H3U735, intend, sixty
duy* (rom the date hcrcot, to apply to the
Mining Recorder (or a Cerlillcate of Improvement* (or tho purpose o( oblaining a Crown
Grant o( the nliove claim.
And (urther tako notico that action, undor
lection 37. must be commenced beforo tho
issuance o( such Cortiltcate ol Improvements.
Hated this iiitli day ol June, IWO.
"c CHAS. del). GREEN.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
BepaivixLg
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
££■ CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
Buy a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice. Pure
air and water, beautiful scenic
surroundings, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families.  Try it.
For Pricks and Ter.ms
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO., LTD.
R. H. PARKINSON.
Provincial Land surveyor.
$MJ*  Architect and
-== Civil Engineer...
Financial,
I^eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Ager)t.
•MNO'i'ARY    PUBLIC*.**
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.
MIDWAY, B. C.
WA8HING8  CALLED   FOB AND
DELIVERED.
raehtomm   Moderata.
St. Luke's Home..,
A Private Hospital
and Nurses' Home.
Oppe* hlimer St., Vancouver.
Mi*(li<;:il,Si,rnicul imilMiilwifi'iy «*:i.*«**<
received, tertni i - Private Room*,
$15 per week ; Bedi in Ward* *m
|wr week.
Nurses wot Into the country at thr
uhiiiiI   olmrges,   Utlegnuna receiving
IlllliilliilU'  uttrlltiull.
All applications to Ihi iiiiule Ui
SISTER PRANCES.
P ail viow Townsite Agent.
... jhiuhkhh ...
R. H. PARKINSON,
MIRVIKW, B. C.
Correspondence Solicited.
Subscribe for
THE MICE,
The pioneer newspaper in the Boundary district
Only $2.00 a Year.
Spokane Falls &Nor|
Railwav Co,
Nelson & Ft.
Railway C
Red Mount
Railwa- Co,
The only nil mil niiiti'bAutl
nil point* BiMt, \Vi<»i ;ii.'.'?ij
to    Kottxluilll,    Ni'lsmi   ir.Ul
intornirdlnti* point*; x.nvti
luir ut Spokane nitli tin- 'K-d
Northern, Northern l'.n-.fi*u|
O. B. & X. Co.
lotinccti at Nelson xx ib ih* itiar.ul
Kmloand all Kootenai ..... j.   i
- MIDWAY -
Riverside Addition.
Just a Word!
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x125 FEET.
For terms and all other information apply to
W. H. NORRIS, or A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B.C Camp McKinney, B. C.
Connect, al Meyer 1 Fall* W.H t'.»|i k
for Republic, nnd com < 11   J Btutatfl
stage dally lorbmnd Forki tti Gncni
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POSTERS
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of any kind.
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