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Vol. I, No. 82.
MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY JANUARY 24, 1903.
$2.00 per Year.
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JANUARY
CLEARING SALE
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IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK BEFORE STOCKTAKING, WHICH
OCCURS IN FEBRUARY, WE HAVE DECIDED TO HAVE A GENUINE
CASH
REDUCTION
SALE
Dry Goods, Mens, Boys
and Childrens Clothing,
and  entire Shoe Stock
This is a rare chance for you to purchase Re=
liable Goods at Eastern Prices.
Call and examine our Goods and Prices.   You
are welcome whether you purchase or not.
J. MCNICOL
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^CLOTHING!
1 Certainly It's Cold
m
BOOTS
&
SHOES
AND
But good warm Clothing will keep you warm anv •',,.
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| dav.    Don't go  around shivering  in  cheap, shoddy ►>
| Clothes, but call in and get goods that   will defy   the m
% winter's chillv blast.    It costs but very little more, and '<«
i besides you will look like something in an    up-to-date '' ,■
SS ' °. .  ' ,'i
I Suit   of Clothes or Overcoat,    Purchase now and en-?..
\ joy the winter, it i.s liable to last a long time. $
&GROCER1ES1
  «i fin douiD 	
t       As to where to buy your footwear, call on us.   A ih
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* trial purchase and you become our regular customer. £''
i* Good quality and low prices combined never fail to ,$
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f To economise during 1903, thc best way of car- ^
I ry ing it out is to purchase ) our groceries from us, we ^
* will help you to keep it, in fact we will guarantee that ^
^ T1 A im 0   /^>r\   1 uiskept if yourorclersarep,aced in °ur h:mcls' be'^
B HAIN & CO. I cause our prices for choice,  fresh   Groceries are such g
m I that a saving of many dollars during a year is effected. £
Le Roi's Annual Meeting
Anthony J. McMillan appointed
Managing Director.
The annual general meeting
of the Leltoi Mining Company
took place on 17th inst. ut tlio
I'tmijmny'H office, Salisbury
House, London, England, A
large number of shareholders
were in attendance and considerable enthusiam was manifested when the gratifying nature
of the various reports was made
known.
The announcement that during the last eight months of
1U02 the mine earned profits of
$578,000 was greeted with every
manifestation of satisfaction.
Sir Henry Tyler was re-elected
chairman of the company. Anthony .1. McMillan was re-elected to tiie board of directors and
appointed managing director.
Mr. McMillan is also managing
director of tlie Snowshoe Gold
& Copper Mines of Phoenix.
Geo. S. Waterlow, who is well
known in British Columbia,
and wlto is chairman of the
Snowshoe company, was elected
n director, C. P. Dickinson retiring from thi;  board.
A lengthy report hy John H.
Mackenzie, general manngeiyon
the operation of the mine and
smeller for the year ending
June oOth last, was presented to
the meeting aud evoked a use-
ful.iliscussion in whiclj_ several
large shareholders participated.
The fact that ,'Mr. Mackenzie
had determined to retire from
tlie management of the ctm-
pnny's interests in Rossland
and Northport was commented
lipon freely, and flattering references to the valuable services rendered by Mr. Mackenzie
were mingled with expressions
of sincere regret that his services could not be retained for a
further.period, itwas gener-
erally agreed that tlie company would suffer an irreparable loss through the present
general manager's withdrawal.
 •*.*-«	
Blue Jay Eonded.
A dispatch from Phcenix says
that a deal has been made tliere
liy the owners of the Hlue Jay
property, in Skylark camp, for
a working ftbttd ami lease on
the claim, the cash eonsidera
tion being $10,000 for the inter
est, distributed over some 15
months' time.
The Blue Jay is one of the
hest known claims in Skylark
camp, having heen located in
May. 1695, hy Michael Kane, a
resident of Phoenix, who still
lias an interest in tlie property.
lt is located about a mile anil a
half from the city, on the same
ridge as tlie Old Ironsides and
Knoh Hill mines. The present
owners of the Hlue Jay are M.
Kane, Evan Parry, J. A. Porter
and J. E. Edwards, the latter
owning a three sixteenths' interest. Mr. Edwards has made
the lease and hond from his
partners for the remaining thirteen sixteenths and has already
started work on the claim with
a force of men. According to
the terms of the lease work on
the Blue Jay must be continuous.
Assays taken as an average
from ore from the Blue Jay
havo given $25 in gold and silver, and [licked specimens have
resulted much higher. This is
now the only claim being worked in Skylark camp, and Mr.
Kiiward expects to bo able to
have a splendid showing on
Lhe Blue Jay before spring.
The Snowshoe Company
Will be able by Spring to Ship
15,000 tons of Ore Monthly
At the first annual meeting of
the Snowshoe Cold & Copper
Mines recently held in London,
the chairman, the right honorable the earl of Chesterfield,
stated that tlie smelter costs
had been materially reduced
during the past year and that a
lower freight rate to the smelters was looketl for. Mining
was being carried on in tbe most
economical manner possible—
by blasting the ore in open
quarries aud allowing it to fall
by gravitation through chutes
into ore bins. By the spring
the mines will be equipped with
machinery wliieh will make it
possible to ship 15,000 tons of
ore a month. Tbe erection of a
smelter of their own was heing
most carefully gone into by the
directors, who would report
fully on jjjthe question a little
later on.
In concluding the chairman
referred to the position of mining in British Columbia, and
snid: "I am perfectly well
aware—it is a matter of notoriety—that owing to circumstances which have occurred
with certain mines in British
Columbia, the confidence of the
British mining investor in that
country's mines lias to a great
measure been shaken, and I am
not surprised. To restore that
ci mliilonce. uk fur uk lies in their
power, is, and will be, the aim
and object of   your board,
"We are convinced that before long we shall be able to
prove to the investing public of
this country that by honest,
judicious, economical mul sound
management there are mining
enterprises in the vast regions
of Britiuh Columbia well worthy
of the close attention of the investor, and further, that there
are in that country capabilities
and possibilities hitherto little
realized or appreciated, which
must in time to come, and on
their merits, attract the notice
of British capitalists."
George S. Waterlow, one of
the directors, and A. J. McM il-
lan, managing director, also addressed the meeting, pointing
out the large amount of ore
now exposed, the economical
process of mining now in progress, and the exceedingly
bright futare of the property
If the conipany were able to
build anil operate its own smelter an additional prolit of about
$1 a ton would be realized.
The retiring director, the earl
of Chesterfield, was unanimously re-appointed, and the meeting
adj ourned after passing ihe us
ual vote of  thanks.
Ecli'ors A-cet.
Interior Press Association of B. C.
hilh Its A lim 1 Mating
The annual general meeting
of the Interior Press Association of British Columbia took
place in Nelson last Sunday,
there being a good representation of the 25 papers included in
the association's membership.
Several matters of importunes
lo the craft were dealt witb, including tiie preparation of modifications of and amendments to
existing legislation affecting
newspaper interests to be submitted at thc next session ot
tho legislature.
Officers for the ensuing year
were elected as follows:
President, F. J. Doane of the
Daily  News,  Nelson
Vice-president, F. E. Simpson
of the Herald,   Cranbfook.
Secretary-treasurer, T. Mc-
Naught of Halcyon Hot Springs,
Executive committee—W. B.
Wilieox, of tbe Pioneer, Phoenix; C. E. Smitherihgale of the
Drill, Slocan ; W. McAdams of
the Paystreak, Sandon; E. A.
Haggan of tbe Kootenay Mail,
Revelstoke: J. D.Taylor of the
Columbian,  New Westminster.
Invitations from the boards
of Trade of Cranbrook, Phoenix
and Slocan to hold the next annual meeting of the association
in their respective cities were
suitably acknowledged, tiie matter of the place lor ll.e 11 xl.
meeting being left in the hands
os the  executive.
Resolutions were adopted expressing the thanks of the association tx> Superintendent Wilson for telegraphic courtesies
extended to the members in attendance.
Fatality at   Morrissey.
A dispatch frcni Morrissey
states that the Pioneer hotel
owned by li. A. Kanouse, of
Fernie. and recently leased by
Andy Johnson, late of Moyie,
was destroyed by lire at il
o'clock Saturday night, wilh till
its    contents.
Herbert Marriot, a young
man recently Irom Phoenix;
was asleep at the time, and lost
his life.
The fire was caused by an oil
lamp lieing knocked down during a friendly sen file.
Tho entire building, one of
the largest in the town, was a
mass of ruins iu thirty minutes
and many close escapes resulted.
Propx'ieliOi' Joniidijj iin.l vJo.e
Sedgwick, an employee, wore
badly burned trying to extinguish the flames.
The building was a frame ono
aud the loss will amount to
about   S.'UU).
99 out of I
Pairs of hands will roughen and chap during the next few
months, if they are not taken care of It is much easier to
keep them soft and smooth th in it is to make them su. You
perhaps have a. favorite preparation among the following, of
which I have a good supply
Cold   Cream,      Camphor Ice,
Almond Cream, Witch Hazel Cream,
Yellow Vaseline, White Vaseline
Or  maybe you have a receipe of your  own   you
would like prepared.
Dr.  Shoop's  Family Medicines in stock.
A. F. Thomas,
Druggist.
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©he gi0patcli|(o
0, M, 0110U-K I'i'lliii nml lini i'ii I"
Uublinlit. wuchly in MldvMi)-, ll. c.
Sii'iKcrliiiiiiii price, SJ iiii in I'lii'tiiiin. I'liyniil'
In iiihnni'i'. iiltlinr yearly urjmlf ycnrlj.nl ll'<
,,,,    HI rrf Lilt* milMurlbiir.
A.lvririirJlutf nitwHonton ii|i|ilii'iiiiiui'
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SATURDAY
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Kebruary !
as tho date 1
2fith. h
for flu
as b
I    Wl
■im*ii   se!
ist Y;il(
bye-election
The King is said tube mos
desirous of having the troublous Irish land question settled
to thenatisfri-tion of both land
lords and tenants, and is person
ally (liresliin " his energies t<
that end This is a (ask wor-
Ihy of a kiiv. and 'n rather ••<•-
f'reshin.- news, after rendinc
that he bud made uppendicH!!-
a fash'einble disease amongfl1
certain of h's subjects.
\mim
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>° Stationery
THE
MIDWAY NEWS
DEPOT
THOMAS WALKER, Proprietor.
All the b9«t brand* of
Cigars and Tobaccos kept
constantly on hand.
Latest shades and patterns of Wall Paper now In
stock.
tt   §
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Canned
Goods
Biscuits
t° I Seventh Street, Midway. ^ J
"int milwauimx
A 1'iiiiiiliiif mum' fnr the Ohk'iigtjj
.MilttiinkHi'&st. hwl Rnihviiy.ktiiiwii
nil over lhc Union ns thu Oivnl Knil
wny I'linnitiK ihf "fltiNUi'it I.ishtkii'
Luting I'vpi'j' dny nml niiflil liclwccn St.
I'.ml nml Olik'ttgu, mul Oninlin nml
Chiiuiun, "The nnly perfrat twins in
the world." tJlKleislltlicl : llniinei-
l.innsnt'e initde with Al,l. TrmiHuon
tineiilnl bines, iwsui'lllg tn paKSBIigpi'H
hi'Hl  service knmvn.   Iiiixuiiiii.
'.'i|; U(S,.5ift«|f «UI j,l»IHfr*l»«l» .* «!.*»» "IB at* ama«f*twt
the
mi hent, nf
eimi'hes, eleetrie HglllH, BIWM1
a verily eqnnled liy lin nl'lier line.
See thul ynnr ticket rends via "The
Milwaukee" when j-oint? In nny pnln|
in Ihe United States Dr Canada. All
tiekei agents sell Ihem.
Fur rates piiiiipbletd orothei Into-!'
ni,iliim, address,
It. I...ORI). H'S. Bowie.
rwS'w.Mi    To°KTU?|),'on
It isHH;d ibat the Kinir hn.
been pleased to approve  of thf
f.ifle of I.on I  Mayor beini; conferred on tho  Mayor   of   Mel
bourne  and Sidney, Australia
Ve suppose that some people
will   want Lord    Mayors  and
Lady Mayoresses for our larger
Canadian cities, yet. we thiii'
that Canada can pull throinrh
vej'v wn1! witho it  theso titles,
ard hope tlmt Australia will enjoy a. monoply of them.   Some
weeks   a''o   it   was    heralde'l
through the Length and breadth
of the land  that  a   Canadian
lady had wedded the Marquis of
Donegal.   Wo do not know this
trentletnan. he may be a most
estimable person, as some of the
nobility are. but   his title does
not  in   itself  make   him   any
hotter or worse.   American heiresses have had almost a monopoly in lale years of   this particular  field   of matrimony, and
few will regret   it,   if  the  old
world aristocrats, hnpocunicpus
and otherwise, devote their entire attention   to  Uncle Sam's
wealthy daughters,
_w -.irnrn ^wkio wn wl* ml*
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Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Antone m-ihIIhr a nk<M rli and ileiwrlittluii mny
quickly lURorltiln our opinion freo wli«ihnr an
Invuntliin tn iinitnihiy imieiitiililo. C< minimi in.-
tliiiiM. tnctly . miililmittitl. Iliilutbookon Patent*
aunt fim Oliltwt auoiiny for HURurltiR patanta.
I»ntoiu* tiikim tiiroiiirh Munn & Cu. receive
tpnial notice, 1. It tmut clmriro, lu tbo
Semifine American.
A hniiil. niiictv tl Inst nit wl weektr. Lnrueivt etr
L'ulatlmi if nny .Hotitlllc jmirtial. Tonus, |:t a
year; four months, IL Sold by ull now mien lorn.
■HHN ft Co.*"-—Jew Totk
Urmicli Otli.ru. <Sb K BL. Wnntilliiiliiii. D. C.
R. MEYERHOFFS
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Carrying His Hajesty's Hails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at S.30 a, m„ arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p.m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m.'.and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
Th* beat of accommodation for
the convenience of the
travelling publlo.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
^iiittoiggggllgggtmHgyjggg
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
I Markets at-.Greenwood, Grand Forks, Phoenix |
* arid Midway. *
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The Mormon Temple.
We understand Premier Pri. r
and A#,orney-*®enorn.1 Eherts
hfi,vegohe to Ottawa to endeavor
to obtain lietter terms Por British (Jolnmhia It is generally
conceded that tliis provinee does
not (jet its share of the dominion revenue, and we hope they
will succeed in their mission.
thongh we do not expoct them
to do so at present) bi.lt it is
neeessary, of course, to keep
pegging away. But before we
put any rqyenuo obtained from
the dominion or any other
.source into the provincial treas
ury, it will be absolutely nec-
enssary to effectually stop the
loal?ages in the al't pe.aid provincial treasury in other
words there must be reform in
the administration of the differ-
The Mormon t.inpl« at Bull
Luke Oily Is no dmi'it  the most nub
innilul nnd vtePt (-iiiiHtrnrtfd mUichm*
• ililii'i' in tin' United Ntjit,***, if not in
Un'world. Cni'iier Htoni'liiiil April 6.
ISSU. iiip.tono April 0. I'Zfl nnd d«li-
uiit'd Api il 0,189.1. over forty years of
oiiHiani Inlinr lii'ing cmisiiine'l in iis
r niistiiiction Thi< itiH|5iiillceiit strticl-
nru "SKI f. et linn, UK) fei't wide is Imiil
I'li'iiily of Uni" « hiti' itirtiitf, lifimti
fully i-aivil. syniliiilic of the Moiinnii
fiiit.li, Miriiiniiiitrd liy six toweiti, thi'
IligheBt lieiii|*2HI) f.-et from tin* Ki'ound
"lip nil'tillK " lifoll/l' at III in- nf ilm unit
■I Maroni. Tli'iJist of this Imildin^
ii nlioiil, $6,0;)p,(KK), There are in my
ntlieratlraotions nl. Suit Luke City of
inieiest to lhe Irnveler or lonrist,
where n day can he well spent. he
iiio tii-riuil" is the only Trnns-roiili
ni'iitnl nnile prissiiin directly throiiKli
SiM Lake Oity, where a stopover l>
illmved mi all eliiHses of tickets, The
seivici1 of the Rio Grmide lines is tin
excelled.   Three l.'iiins (tiily lietween
Igdeii and Denver, cirrying all clas
Sim of innd"i'ii ei|iiipin*'iit,    II'you   are
 ii'inpliil.iii^  a   trip   lo   the    Kast,
write Hie Undersigned for informal Ion
1'i'l-iirilini* rules via lhe "scenic line of
the world :" VV. (;. McBride, General
Agent, M. .1. Itielie, Traveling Has
<i'iiger Agent, 121 Third Si., Portland,
Oregrih.
AMERICA'S
BEST
Editorally Fearless
Consistently Republican.
News from all nf llir world-Well
written, original HtorioH—Altswot.
In qiibrles- Artli'lcs on Hcnlth, iln;
Hoinir, Now Hunks, nml mi Work
About tlio Kiinn nnd Oniiluii.
The Weekly Inter 0 ea
•ft*
\w a inuinbur of tlm A-" r.uh.ri Prons,
thu nnly Wt'Httirn N«wnptip«r rucuiv-
liiK Ulfl (.litiru itili-itniphir lieWB Hurv-
luu of tlitt Now York Sun and . periiil
ciibluof tlie New York World-daily
ruportM from over lifts ttpuclul uor-
I'L'spimdiiiit. throughout thu country.
RQNE DOLLAR
SiiliMilic TII. PATCH ond
I'll Weekly Inter Ih' une ye r,
Imth |iu|MirH for •'.•..*i(i.
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-TO AND FKOM ALL-
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Great
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liinlng ami   lliill'iit   Smnklng   Library  Cat-
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AND SOKN'KHY IJNEQI'AI.KII.
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mil on nr adilres*.
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701 W. Riverside Avenue,
Si'uKANK. Wash.
A. B. C, 0ENN1ST0N.U. VV. I*. A.,
SBATTI.R, Wa8B.
CROWELL'S
HOTEL ...
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
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Headquarters for Railroad,
Mining and Commereial Men
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First Class Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel,
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S. A. CROWELL, Prop.
NOTICE.
NOTICK IK HK.HKIIY GIVEN thai llm
Midway nnl Vernon Railway l'ntn|>a'iy
will apply lu thu Pnrtinmonl nf ('aiiiuln al Its
mrxt Hussion for an aol dnolarltiK llio milwny
anil works whicli thoCmnpanv Inlr. In-i'ii niilli-
orlzml by thelfiglfllatiiro of tlm I'rovinon of
llrilisli (Ylnmtiiit In I'inistrimi. in ho works for
llm irriH'fnl mlvnliliiKi' of Cannilii oxtoniliiiK
Iholinm within which ft mny unnslriicl tlm
sninn, ami Klvlng in tin' Company stmh poA'ors
as to ninlntiiinintr nm! nptrrnting or ilinpoiiliii*
of lis rnir.viiy nun works ami simli nlliur powers nml privileges as nre iisimlly [*iven to lull-
wny (Joliipnnies illcoi'lmriili'ii by the Pat liainenl
of ('iiiiinin.
Ilateil at Ottawa. t|,is mill ilny of liecuinlHir,
A. II., IMS, ,
WILSON SKNKI.KI! & lll/IOM. IKL1>,
Boltoltot. for Applii-niits.
MollIVKitIX &1IAYIION,
Agenis for Ottawa.
out flo])firl!iit'ii|s, iiKirc ptirt.ic.u-
I'l'-y tlio l.tuifls imd AYnrks de- northern part. Therefore,
partttient, Should wo obtain though the urea of land suitable
hetter terms, and (his lie not f61''ttfSfricutural and grazing j)ul>-
done, the ti is no doulil what-1 poses is limited, yet if tho preH-
everthat inn very shorl time ent gfavernmonti lie sustained
our finances would be in as had I anil lhe two companies will un-
a -tatc as over, At the present dcrtake to make Victoria their
1, iv, \y.u- ut h. it. would li • hot- j terminus with branch roads to
tor to try to obtain mire liberal Vancouver, we see no reason, if
expenditures of monoy in this they are prepared to do busi-
provinc.d by fchq djmitiion  gov-1 ness, why there should be any
eminent.
According to a dispatch from
Ottawa, it is I he opinion in thai
city that the Grand Trunk Pacific and the Oanada Northern
will not build separate lines
through liritish Columbia. It
is not believed that this province can afford to subsidize both
roads. It. is by no means agreed
that this province can afford to
subsidize one road, but our present premier is in favor of
liberal land grants to railway
companies, He is not in favor
of building np Port Simpson or
any other port to rival Victoria
and Vancouver. His idea of
statesmanship and tbe proper
development of the province is
to build up the cities of the
southern part of the province
with tbe   public   lands   of III
merger, or why they should be
at ull   discouraged.
Why ymi slinulil huy
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
IJRdAUSE il. in the Im-hI i|tn.liiy
HEOAUSE it is mnsl liiHl.inK rlii'W
HECAUvSE il is Um bvrgesi. IijkIi grail
10 or25c. pliiK
flECAU.SE lhe inits nre viilnnhh   fi
priniiiiiiiis until Jan. i, ig»;
!! V, x! A US E yiiiir (ImiliM1 ia ini'linvi'/.i •
In en fnii'l Mil" r inmr"
yini i.i'" mil sniislii'il.
THE EMI»IRli T0BACC0C0 ,l.W
"he Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Whioh is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.
RESf, $2,500,000.
B. E. WALKER, Gen. Mgr.
HENRY F. MYTTON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
'his hotel is centrally located nnd is a stopping place for stage
lines.    Good stabling on the premises.
.r\lvj the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors.
ar\d Gigars at tKe Bar
IT DATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, H. C
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P'ZA/'Z'
We have added greatly to our j I
|l
toek of Type, Borders, etc, and
ii
i»
oar Job Department is now equal;
i*
I to any in the Boundary eountry. !
I •
: We are also in receipt of a
I large consignment of thebest |
I quality of all kinds of Sta-1
|tionery, including Wedding?
f invitations and Ball pro- j
f grammes.
|     We print orvgood paper,  and j
* in tKe most approved style :
| LETTER    HEADS,    BILL   HEADS, I
I NOTE HEADS, ENVELOPES,   POST- j
I ERS,     STATEMENTS,    BUSINESS I
t CARDS, CALLING CARDS,  BLANK I
I
$ FORMS of all kinds,  BILL OF SALE I
% FORMS    for  mineral   claims,  SURVEY- f
} OR'S  AFFIDAVIT    FORMS   for   field !
* j
v *'
* notes etc. *
ii' *f
A Trial order solicited. t
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The Dispatch,    {
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C |i. Iliislt was ia Midway
lflgj w(.0l- mi Ms way to  Camp
jjuKinney.
(i   \v,   ('(wh,   of   Anarcliist
Motintttii'iw,lN a v**-*fc°r to Mid-
| my Thursdaj-
Itiii'ti l» Sroonwood, on •Ian.
•'1st. tin1 wife of Duncan Ross
of a daughter.
(luv liolphroy, of the Ann of
||iil|ilii'i'.v BroB.,merohanta, Curios wis in Midway on Thursday.
im Wednesday evening Ed.
Siirling, C. P. K. conductor, wiih!
murrind to Miss Ida M. Smith,
ai Kliiilt.
Major Megraw, of Camp McKinney. who lias spent several
•v'eks in Midway, returned
home on  Tuesday.
The Dominion Express Company iB cHtahlishing a branch
immey order olllce at   Walker's
lookstore, Midway.
F. Jl. Kertiy has completed
tho work of platting the Riverside addition to Midway, for
Vi. 11. Norris and A. Megraw.
Powers & Lequime's sawmill
J ul Smelter Lake lias heen com-
[j-lclcdiind is now running full
blunt   Its capacity is M.UUO feet
por day.
The skating is g<x>d on Kettle,
river and  large  numbers are
I daily taking  advantage of the
iitiuwi'ineiit.       A   crowd   was
down from (ireenwood on Tues-
I day evening.
Govt, Agent McMynn is inviting tn.ders for the supply of a
number of piles required to protect the north bank of Kettle
river at the bridge near Neil
Hardy's  pre-emption.
The Zala M.tnine, in Sheridan
camp, has been compelled to
suspend operations because the
Granby mnelter cannot treat its
ores. The smelter is not receiving an adequate coke supply
an 1 its operation as a customs
plant is seriously hampered.
The Customs returns for the
i Midwuy   office    for    the    six
mths ending December 'Mul
J 11)02, liuvo Inten furnished this
oliice by sub-collector, 11. (inr-
dom,and are as follows:
Ht
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GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Rinds of Work Executed io the Satisfaction of Customers
u.wuuHTKiui, Solicitors, Etc,
Orhknwood, It. C.
H. NICHOLSON,
—: Notary Pnin.ie,
REAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AGENT
ami MINING BROKER,
Camp McKinney, B.C.
Webb
&
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK	
MIDWAY AND
GREENWOOD.
BICYCLE  AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
starting work. The camps nre
located a few miles south of
Midway on the line lietween
here? and Curlew, and will he
the headquarters of the construction department   until tin
sides lieing the only purely
mutual native Canadian company the Mutual Life claims
several special features among
which are "no restriction on
travel, residence or occupation,
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
NAUEN.-PLOOD  BLOCK   •   OREENWOOD.
p# M. KERBY,
A. M. Ciiii. Soc. C. E.
Provincial  Land   Suuvkvok
AM)
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midwav ami Uhkknwiiod.
ureen W UUU" ^ Ul JLC W
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE between
Greenwood and Curlew via Midwav. Stage will leave Greenwood at 6:30 a, m„ arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at Curlt w
in time to connect with the train for Spokane due 10:45 returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p. in., upon arrival of incoming train,
reaching Midway at 7:30 p, n\. and Greenwoed at 9 p m.
Will connect with Meyerhotf's Stage from all points West
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
DR.   SIMMONS,
i dentist,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phone 00, V. * N.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER INVENTOR, DESIGNER,
Spokane.Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway,BC.
Dutiable goods $6577.00
}.-,.,.,, $ii:»r..(X)
1 nit v collected 81304.65
[Exports $34i;00
The interest of F. .1.   Finu-
Icane, manager of the Bank   of
Montreal,  Greenwood,   in   the
ireenwood Electric   Company
(lias been sold to J.   P.   Graves
iml associates of Spokane.   The
extent of tlie interest and the
amount   of the   consideration
have not  boen   made    public.
Application is   being made   to
he Greenwood city council for
in new franchise  for tbis company,
.I.E. G.Abbott, .lodge of the
* .mrt of Revision   and Appeal.
!tnder tbe assessment Act, for
tosslaud assessment district
rvhich takes in part of tlie
Boundary country, held a sittings of tbat court at Greenwood on Thursday afternoon.
There were three appeals from
Eholt against overcharges on
personal property, and one each
fprom Midway and Cascade
igainst, overcharges on lauds.
These wore all satisfactorily
.ettled.
Some mineral land situate in
(Skylark camp, near the well-
known Skylark and Blue -lay
hlaims, tbe latter of which   was
ine is completed to a point near j cash and paid upvalues written
Midway  when   they    will    be I in tbe policy and dividends paid
moved here.   It is   announced' to policy-holders only."
that grading will lie commenced;        A Gallery of Pictures.
so soon as the frost is out   of |    The ^j ^ „.■ {m   1(jfcureg
the ground and that till prohm- which the Fr(!e Press, Winnipeg,
iuaries will be completed in  the 1  1,,.,,..    •  •      (       ■      •*,„...
1 nave been giving to subscribers
meantime so that there will   be U) th(,ir ^^   h__ b      wit,.
no d.day when once grading IB ^^    Hereaftttr subscribers
started,   lhc hue from Curlew to ^ WeeMy.-^ P],eS8 w**j
to Midway will be rushed with receivehvelvepicturesbnreceipt
all practicable speed, as it   is 10f.their order, and one addition*
fiheeompanysintentiontoreaehL* ()V(;|.y month   (lurin(,   ]m_
the Similkameen witb its line We have received from the Free
by next fall, and 111 order so do ]w {]w ^.^ fcwd^ ^
this, the line   from Curlew   to bg ,,,,„,„!ll(.ti()Ils,     Th(,y  ftI,
Midway will have to be com- keautie8i and well WlI.thy of tt
pleted at an eariy date m order, _}]nw fe        home   t)k, .Z.^^
to get m the outfiJsand8uppl.es, jjttve  ,vi(lent]y   bom  sde(.t,(|,
over its own line in  tune   for Lg, _rea( ......^ an(, (.()Vfli.
6ttrly    construction    west    of ^ till(!S   wouU   indicate, n
here. i piecing variety of subjects.
TlTE DISPATCH is iii receipt of The s(,| consists of the folio w -
a handsome oflice calendar for {ng. "Yachting," "Algerian,"
I1HI2. issued hy the Mutual Eife j "l'(mmn Boy." '-Polo," "Spaniel
Assurance Co. of Canada (for- [IUH] Duck/' "Chrysanthemums,"
morly the Ontario Mutual).   Be- •'Smooth Sumac,"     "Coaching,''
" "Lucile," (a splendid picture of
I a horse), "Jacqueminot Hoses,"
••Indian Maiden," and "Pointer
Dog Oddsides." The last is an
artistic picture of a dog so well
executed as to be scarcely distinguishable from a delicate
water color.
Spokane Falls &Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & G.S. By.,
Van.-Vie.&E.By.&N.Co
Till' nnly all rail finite, Iielweei
points east,'West ami south tn RoaS-
laml. Nelsnn. Grand Porks and Hepifll
lii'. Connects at Spokane with tin
(Irani Northern, Nni'iherii Pacific and
(). if. k N. I'n. tnr pnints en-i, wesl
.-ind S'Hitli ; eiiiint'.i'.u ai Riis.lu.nd am
Nvlsiin with th" Oiinndian Pnrilic R\
(Jonnoot-ut Nelsnn with the K. it, A K.
Oo. t"i' Kiisln ami Simian pnints.
Gounoots nt   Curlew  with  stage  for
Green wood nml Miilway 11. C.
Iluln't   earn   run   nn   trains   iH-lweei.
Spokane untl ltenulilli'.
EFFECTIVE NOVEHBEll 22. 1902:
I
Midway Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.
J. H. Tyrrell,  -   Proprietor.
SINGLE and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK  and  SADDLE HORSES
Hay and Oats for Sale. • Bus Meets all Trains.
General Transfer and Dray Business.
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
Leave.
(I2.vi.in..
lii.l,'. nm    nossl.ANH.
Arrive
SPOKANK   .. j'l.l.i ii.ni
For Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.—No Money
Required.—Every Man, Wo
 ^ I i" p ii
T.ini ii.ni  NKI.SON       K.OOp.ni
U.llllH.l:i OIIAN1I KOKKS....    l.UOpjin
.. KKI'l'IILIC    ..        6.10p.m.
A.   _XA.OMA.mOXg,
General Pa*seilKor Agont
Spokatio, Wasli
tl.l.'ia.ni
Riverside Hotel
Rock Creek, B. C.
S. T. LABSEN, Prop.
Stopping place for Singe, to
ami fiiiin all Boundary
Creek  pnints.
Irood Aeeommodation fop the Traveling Public.
~ J. S.   HARRISON.
man, Boy, or Girl has the;N0TARY J'UBLIC
same Opportunity under our
III'
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE FOP CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND   CROWN GRANTS OF  PRE*
System.
,„ nrd. r ti. have Dr. Aniold'H Bng*
li-.li Tnxin Pill* |tlooi*d in lite liands nf
ffflSSl"- " l EMPTIONS ANU MINERAL CLAIMS
"m'r:~ j1 MIDWAY B. C.
If miii uill Bund ns your name and   IV1IUVV rt 1.
n,*,,,.;.,,.! and aiire... in sell fnr ii< l«'eh'i
;;;^";,F'iir:'An.,.id's _imii*tii T,,xi„
Ptllo nl •£.■'. perlmx, we will U'tve Villi
.bMlutely Free . beautiful Watch
and Chain in either Ladles ur H;'rt'B
" " ,„. vmir elmiee of Hveniy nther
,,,;.,•„„,„,; snelinstlne.set. "I Aowel,^
fcllBit, Vi.'liti . Mandolins, T. a Sets.
Sxleex Skirts. Cameras, eie. Hem-in
"!    ve don't want any money untl
,xv vou nell tlm I'i"*- «>'«>■•,'" ,l"",
vein sell nny innre than 12 hoxes lo
(*nt, tiie pri'iniuins.
This is a lintm tide
offer frnm a vellahle nmeern tlmt has
Xen thiiusnnds of dnllars Worlh of
P'.,i..u.stoaKe,,lsHlli.v.Mtl»'.in.n-
Klt"n.eiiih?r also that'Dr. Arnold's
li'..,'rli»liTiixin Pills are a well  knnttn
Syniraldisea tf the kidneys
a,dl.idde.',llriKl.t''«dl"e»-e'rtiati.'l'es.
rl,,., His..., nervous   itoui-h's, a. d
k.,,,ah-e...in|d.ilnl'S.and are f.ir sal.. I
all Hr-t elass drnwfists ami dealers
allpiirisnfthn world.   Youhaveonly
MINERAL ACT.
Certiflciite   of   Improvement *.
NOTICD
Sl.AMItT  MlNUllAI,  (JI.AISI.
Sltunto In tho Kettlo River Mlnlni: Division
of Yalo District. Whore located : Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTIOK tlmt 1. Korbos M. Korhy, ns
iikiiiii for l.yi.iim Wilni il Hlnilfnril. frim min-
or'seertllleiitn No. IlilTlW. .Siilliny  C.   OoSOIIS,
froo minor's arrttlloato No. n.Vil4o. Alfred
Mtlllor, free ininer's oortlfleato No, nil. IK nml
William Kilwiinls.friv iniiiti's eeilltiente N't).
BitBU, IlitOml sixty il'.iyu frnm tlie ilair licre-
nf, to apply Ui llm MiiiliiK Heoordor far a
Corflflofttoof) n priivom mis. for the purpose of
outalitiiigft Orown (.rant nf tho abovo olalm.
Ami fiinluir lake nuiiee tbat aotion. undor
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAV.
ALL SENSIBLE PEOPLE TRAVEL
HY THE 0, P. 11,
SPEED
AFETY
ATISFACITON
LEjVVE MIDWAY 2:05 P. M.
Arrive WinniRi'L' .. 3rd diljy 8:50 a. in
MINERAL ACT.
certificate   of   Improvements.
JTOTICB.
Hmni.'.N'ii I'l'iuj'   MixF.ic.i. Cl.*IM,
Situate In the Kettle Hiver Hlnitiij 1).': ion ot
Yale Dlstriet.   Where located : In Bonv-
er Crae': Cam i. nbnut   uoo mile North
EastofBeavordell.
t- \       J'ii'1 iKUmt I. r'nrlii". M. Ke
■  r ■   , I''!■ ;■. ,■■ ■■ llnrri . fr 0 mi" ■!
' '-■    '.'.. irriii'iui-.'nl -:ci. ..ri * ;-
"''!":' '":'M"r";::!:;!Poni«.  Apply to
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calved
Cows,   Cows  in   Calf,   Steers
and Heifers, Boar Pigs, Sows
and Young Pigs,   Sheep and
M Poultry,    Saddle    and    Pack
KowUe.    lo   ell'Ul    V„.. ,ue  ,„ R7, mm ommonootl boforo the
til slill"    i" i"       ,.,..,, ..,„,  ,i„, .,.,„., ,. I .    , ,. , in,.., I linnrnrnlliollls
i,„f olTetiiiK something tin   fit   I' 'M
a.H.'i   know.     Our   iviitehes  are  tin
!;;,,„    lamlard si,e  for Ladles or
nXleuien in  Niikel  or (Ion  Mrtn
(l„«,.s with liandsome illununa'nil dial
i,—-—-——,—-,^^ liuid    relinl.le    lilliekee s,   wiHnlies
jietmtly bmidud, liouiiine vmiant Uunh as nn lady "i K«**'ll1n;V"-?. ";.T,f \Z
1 'uHlian.edl.i bnm. and lhe>   "HI  he
Italy mid now three lobatlons
ire on file at tlio otlice of the
iiiinj,' Recorder for tlie Kettlo
iver miniiijj; division for thiw
tliiitn. On 10t.li iiwt. Adolph
broil located it hh the Lucky
BShot, and on 12th inst. W. TI.
DoakRteader staked it as tlie
^lag of all nations, and on Ifltli
inst. it was located hy Riley Edwards and L'turancu Morrison
as the lllue day fraction.
Lutuher is now Wing liauled
for the construction cani]is of
tlie V. V. & E., wliieh are hoitiK
y;ol in reatline«s preparatory t0|
Isrmiiiiiiinif mirli t'ertillrnte of ImproveiuoiltB
lluleil Ibis lltb (lay :if November, tti03.
Kob.att. KIIUIIK.S M.KBHBY,
Agent..
Arrive SI. Paul ■
Arrive CliieJip' ■ ■
Arrive Toroiit"...'
Airive Montreal...
Arrive New York.
.Ilrdday tl:lll|i. m
4th diiyOtliOii' in
,5th day 2:15 |>. »'
.oth day (h .0 p. ni
.(llhdiiy S;n'i a. Ill
i'n- n Cerlillonto of  Iniprovomonts,   ior  il
|inrjiri-i nf nhtntnintf a Crown tinnii nf   thu
Aiul fni'.lriii' tiilje nnfloo Jim;  action undor
ci J inn J17 lllllsl In I'liimmi I hoforo tlio Usu-
llir'r   of Mlllll Cirri ilil'lll '• Of llll|irn\ I'lllr'lllK.
Iijvieil ibis lntli day nf Novombor, 1002.
Kob.28- FORBES M. KKItllY.
Anunt.
J. A. COULSON,
i i/2   miles  from   Midway,   or
Dispatch offiee.
A trip Kast over the C. P. H. *'>"
convince you that it Is lhn "ONIj-
WAY."
"Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work,"
sent alis Itilely Kree to  all   wlm sell
onlv Iwehe linxes of flin-e wonderful
Toxin Pills.   Write nl mice nnd he tho
Hrsl In yinir luealily tn  earn   nne  of
those hoaullfiil iviituhesatideliilln,   As
*oon us we receive your letter or post
card we will send ynu posl (nnd twelve
hoxes, lllgi'flier Willi   our  llliistiated
Oiitnlnuue and litiautil'ullv onlni. d euril
with ynur name and address on ns nnr
iiuiliori/.ed iittiMif.   Ileai in mind that
you will lint lie asked to anil nnv more
lhan the ll linxes nnd we don't want
any money until nftur yon have sold
thein,    We limit'ull  the expense and
nre only mnklnn ihis lilieral olfer as n
method   of ailvertisiii'* Dr. Arnold's
Kti«lisli  Tnxin  Pills.     Don't   delay,
write nl onee and earn a lieaul iful present for yourself for t'lnistiuas.
Address
ARNOLD  MEDICINE CO., Dept. 118
go Adelaide St. East, Toronto.Ont.
NOTICE OF FORFEITUBE
Tn II. K. Mli.ehell or any porsDIi or per-
sntm lu whnia ynu mny have trunsforreil ynur
InliiiTsI In In thn "llnhl llrnn" Mineral olalm
sit iniin nn Dry Crook, on tbo Wost Kork nf
Ketlle Itlvor, lu lbe Kottlo Kiver Minim;
1 Division  of Vale  Dlslrlot.
Ynn are hereby inilllleil that I liuvo oxpind-
oil |1M,60 lo nnlor lo bold the snid inbiornlolulin
lllitlor tho provision of tbo Mlnoral Aet, that
yon should contribute WI.M ns your portion
nl lbe sulil sum fur your undivided nne half Interest.! said claim und If within 110 days uf
tbo Hrsl Insertion nf this notloo ynu fall or ro-
fuse Ititiniili'lhute Uiosumuf $j'i1.2j'i which Is
nnw due by yuu, together with nil costs of advertising, your Interest In sutd mineral elnlm
will liui'iinie the proporty uf the siihserlliur
undor section four oftiu Act entitled the "Min
oral Ael Aiiiondmoel Ael." 1000
Dutiiil this llllli day uf .laniniry. IWM.
I THOMAS MimilAY.
THROUOH    TOURIST     SLEEPING
CARS    E/VST.
Loove Dunmnra Juncllnn daily for
St. Pnul.
KooliMiiiy l.iiidiiiK Tuesdays und
Hm iirdays fur Toronto, Monireul and
all Enslerii  points.
Through ltii'ikinu's to Burnpe,
Via nil Atlantic Routes, Prepaid link-
ets at lmvesl rates issued Irom all
European Countries,
Knrtlie Information regardhiK the
V, P. R. and fnrllier proof of it heln(*
the "ONLY WAY" can lie furnished
on application tn
A.   W.   HA1L.EY,   Agont, Miilway,  or
J. S. ('AII'I'KIt, P.. t. coyi.i:,
D.I*. A., A. fl.1*. A.,
Nelson, 11. c,      Vancouver, It. c
litf
Commereial Job Printing
THE  DISPATCH
GOLD DUST
will take every particle of dust and dirt from your floors and
woodwork—-makes them a; clean as a whistle, neat at a p_.
j   iSothinc to cood (or washing clotheo and dishes.
Hade only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chlugo,   New York,   Boston,   St. Louis,    uuiuocui. Vl
... MIDWAY IS ON THE MAP TO STAY...
t
It will te the rnsst important Railway Centre in tte
Inbrior of British .olumbh.
It is in the centre of a
ric'i Mining, Stock-Raisin],
Biflitthg, Gardening, lam-
fdduring, Cosl Prodneinj,
and Railway District.
Midway property will
nuke yoj ricli. It is not
a speculation, it is an investment.
1
Midway, the coming railway, commercial, wholesale and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle River
and Boundary Creek Districts, is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek and Kettle River.
The   leading residence
town in tbe country, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply, and surrounded by rich agricultural land-
Business,  resjdence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
J
A. M. WOVENDRN, Sec,
oh St John Street,
Montreal, P. 0,
-7*7^
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
0. M. CHOUSE,
Agent for Britiah Columbia
Midway, B..V.
®he pepatclj
SATURDAY,   .JANUARY,   2-1,   1803.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of   Improvements.
WHAT IS OUR CANADA!
What Is uur t'-iiiiiilii?
ll'hrou liiiiiinc.l lln...*.unl i.erea nf wonillnnd,
TiniTi' liiimlr il n. ... u inns ut fresh a. II,
t'ltx'-lliuig   |ai»' s i,..ni   ua-   tlte   iTii.i.iiif
Jniiiii.
.Miilllllil lis   nf  llljlll'l'ill,   llrrjl   ivi'llr, uf (ill,
Sti'i'iium   imt   nm   jinlO,   tftife   lustlui
llllmi'l'l's toil,
Is Mils olir I'nniuln'i
Nu, nn,
Otn* t*iiii.nl'i Is vUj'.icr, vnnJcr, morl
Thnl nl. llii'.vi'lluw   wcallii   In railli's full
store.
Winn  Is nui' Cji.'iiuJii?
'J'lic clung i.t lion Krh's. tlio Imiunirr's fall,
-'ll- llJllll StlH'l  IlllUrluit grip ,|  oontllll'Ut,
Tho hlni'lJj  .nuke   i-.^HJiik  uulli   tno Ollilli*
llr'rH   mil.
Till' Sir lllr.|ll|lS  I'llHllllllf Ilown  till'  (ll'li'llt,
The ri igu ui' iiniiiiici'co. iiIimiIiiii'. Iiuout.
Is tills ntlt- t.'iillllduV
Nn,  no,
Our Ciiiuiilii Is uohlj'i', li'o.er,
Tluiii  monstrous might  ..." inuiii inlllion-
llll'O.
Whal is our CiiniU'il?
3*hi» spli'iuliil llnnil es of our sail nnd Hlimle,
Tlio *iiii\i'-!'.ilj;wl Itooklis. uinl nlong their
W!Ol p
lhc iliiHItig clouds, N1ji::ii'h's i-jivali-.-ulc
01   thltliiLtlllg   ligjons,   lij'ouil  St.   UW*
ri'inc's s\vi-i'|i.
The iKHiining of two nccjiiis, deep to'deep;
Are iiirsi' uur Camilla?
No, no,
Though Hi se tipyond nil ti'llng pi'ccloiis
111*0.
Our I'jiiiniln ts s. im lining dtnrcr, fnr.
Whn' is oui' Piiiiiuln?
Oar ('jinn K-i Is iiiiiiih'io'l. trni' nml stronirj
A lU'i.iu of ynuug sinlwjiiir.,  ilrni  null
flic,
Hrn'l.v in » I'lhc n hlow, redress n wrung,
I u i;lli'l'.ll:f glo'lirll |y liy purity,
Hi Tk to ihc.r h., inn of i-iuiiui ulty:
IMI' of ji I g nci'illons.
Iliim.tii' nf (xpei'lciiep,
Ohlnlli'lig ('cllv r lii'i'
r rom  finr  uml  diipiv  vciici'nllonfl;
l.caven nl' (Iml nnintig the unions,
Itcr'llgi' of I lie opine, sil,
Coilsnlntlon of !.. e ilii.tJ'csscil.
Hcd'lvliig lliem kindly In Its iuibltntloni.
A wliilte pngc,
No i'ii-, no ronviiuliiiis,
And yet no chnvrrge,
Iu mankind's inven hum,
Our fiitli-is hnve I'ough-h.'wn their hnnn.
iu ihe innrt of the foi'e.*t.
And fulled not:
Our mothers lung suckled Uier billies witb*
lu sound of the wolf's howl,
And failed no':
Wc iil'e I hell' sons,
Let us full not!
Our iiinnlionl Is I'liiiridn.
—Kitwnl'il A. Wlcher.
The Mnnse, Clnuile, Oiitnrln.
NOTIOE.
Naito.hiis Mixkkvi. Claim.
Situate ln the Kettle River Mining Division
ot Yale Dlstriot, Where located: In
Beaver Creek Camp, adjoining the Idaho
Mineral claim,
TAK6   NOTICK that 1, Korbos M. Kerby,
as agent for Donald -Smith, fioo minor'
certificate Nu.   n34!_3,   Duncan   Anith. froo
minors cortilicato No. ualffi? and Alexander
Smith, free minor's ccrtitt-jnlc No. IxoltBH. Intend, sixly dnys from    Ihe (Into hereof,   to
apply lo the Mining Hieiiikr forn (iiiiflinli,
of Improvimciils for the purposo of obtaining a
Crown Omul, of the above claim.
And fiuihor tako notice that action, undor
section 37. must be commenced   before tho
Issuance ot such Corliflcnte of Inipro'oinenls.
Datod this lllth day of November, A. D. 1902.
Kcb.28 KOUbKSM. KEHIIY.
Agent.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate  of  Improvements
xrox'xoEs.
Knoii Bim. Minuhai. Claim,
Situate In the Kettle Itlvor Mining Division
of Yale District Whoro looi'.oJ : Abdul,
Six miles north from Boavordell on the
divide between Soavor Creek and tho
West Fork of Kottlo  River,
TAKK NOTICK thut, I, Portion M, Kerby,
asngent. for Sidney 0. Cosens, froe miner's
e.ei'tllleato No. niWII'.!. intend, sixty days from
tbo date heronf In apply to Ilie Mining Itecordor
fora ci'i'tilicriiu nf improvements, for the pin■•
pusjiof obi.lining a Crown Grant of thoabove
claim.
And furthor take notico that action, under
seetion   Tl. must be oomrnenoed boforo tho
IssuatioO of suoh cortlfloato of Improvements.
Hated this lllth day of Novombor, HM.
Feb. 2ft KOllBKS M. KKItBY.
Agent.
The Midway Sawmill
WM.   POWERS,  PROPRIETOR.
MANUFACTURER   OF
All kinds of ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER,
LATH and SHINGLES, SASHES and DOORS,
Rand Sawing and Job Work dons to  order.
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Ini'lrcs unit C.tx liMi|i,n'''loite.
A ruth.r nmlisliig expuri' n- o In enn-
i-xstlon   wiih    Honiinion .Sii|ii'iirt'n-
i /ont. of r'urcHtry Stewnrt'H iwc.il
tour jn the fnr ninth wus n hull*
Inwl concert In one of the liillun
si'ttioinouts ui'.o nil the J.e Her Uieat
.Slave La' o. 'lho Imll ins t'itM'O nro
rati or ii|i-to-.u(o, know thu topical
Songs of lhe tiny, aril inn ting. On
this parti .i'nr occasion .Ir. Stowait
was entertuini'il with "f!oo-gon
Kye':" and similar inuliKlles, mil
Mien ho uslxvl a hulf-hiTitl whciv lo
''nil learned tho tunes he u.i.vlvod the
" W-Hit reply, "Gruphaj.hoiio,"
Do nit waste liine In useless    ro*
jsrotfl over Ios-hm.
MINERAL ACT.
GcrtlHutito   of   Improvements
xtovrca it
linsiu Minkiiai, Claims,
Situate In the Kettle R'ver Mining Division of
Yale  District.   Where  looated :  Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTtOK that, I, Korbus M. Korby,
ns agent fm'Alex, M. Winston froo minor's curl illci'Ie Nn. nlliiJ.J!. Intend, sixty dnys
from tho date horeof, to apply to the Mining
Kocorder for a Certlflcato nf Improvements,
for tlio (impose uf obtaining ix Crown Orant.
uf tho above elnlm. ,
And further tnko notice thai notion, under
seel Ion 37. must, ho commence I before the
Issuance atsuoh Certlflealaof Improvements.
Dated this 20th day iiMiino. Kill.'.
Fob. 28. U'OltllKH M. KRIlllV.
Agonl,
809 ^Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work is clone; where the reason
is always given; where confidence is developed; where Book-
KKEPINO is taught exactly as books are being kept in business ;
where Shorthand is scientific ; where penmanship is at its
best; where merit is the standard : where the training in Civil. Skrvick, Tklkgrai'HY, English and Cartooning wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them howto be
successful. No argument is so eloquent as the record of
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no thief can
break through and steal the knowledge of How to Do When
you know what a school c-tn do for you by what it bas done for
others is it better to trust to luck? Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
TIIE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secoccl Ave., Spokane Wash.
Advertise in
The Dispatch.
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A One assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The secret of success in plant ing, is, FIRST—lo secure good stock,
wcroNii -in plant as soon as possihle aftiT It is dug.
Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after they are dug.
Price list,  and  full  Inforniittioii  promptly   given.
kOOO*********0******0******************************'>
t
rflen Wanted h!;:$:'&
To soil for the large Fonthill nurseries.   Appli
cations should be tiled at once.   Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
•SSSKWK' Stone & Wellington.
l***********99*****************9*9****9***********+*4
>*9*+9++/+/+fiwV\
Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
 ®	
The undersigned having re-opened thi. well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Furnnce-liented and eomfortnbly furnlnhed room*.
N Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.
t. ■' ..■ .'.'.•
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