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IVoli 2, No. 45.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY,  MAY,  7.    1904.
$2.00 per Year.
fjjjjjrjjj,
New Arrivals
of Good Things to Eat.
Christies Celebrated Biscuits :
CHEESE WAFERS, GRAHAM WAFERS, HONEY, RICE,
SOCIAL TEA and FANCY MIXED BISCUITS.
Ontario Cheese,
"      Apples,
full
crertn.
dried quarters fine flavored.
»
5*
Marmalade-
Jellies,
home  made   in   patent
stoppered glass  bottles.
assorted in 5 pound tins equy
home made.
to any
Fish
Herrings,
Labrador,
Cod-fish,
by the pound or 251b. pail
whole, skinned and boned.
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Last week we asked you to catch fish
This week we are out to catch
And    what   we  are    fishing   for
YOUR TRADE
IS
Big Fire At Fernifl B. C.
Fernie April ;J0.—Fire broke
out at 3 o'clock Friday morning in the store of Richards
& Company :swept through the
business section of the town,
and had .practically wiped it
out at 8 o'clock yesterday when
the flames were under control,
From Richards &Co's. store
which is toward the southern
end of the business district, the
flames spread quickly north and
south along Victoria avenue.
A supreme effort was made to
save the threatened town at
the Crow's Nest Puss Coal Company's offices, but at that point
the water supply failed almost
entirely, and the crowd could do
nothing but stand idly by and
watch the fire ent into store after store. Once through the
outside sheathing of the frame
structures the flames met nothing to stop their progress, and
they wiped out building after
building.
The fire on the north swept
both sides of Victoria avenue as
far as the Northern Hotel,
it was held through the operations of the chemical engine.
The hotels and business houses
on Buker street were attacked
by the flames and burned down*
For an hour or more the C. P.
Br. freight shed and depot were
threatened, but they were finally destroyed.
This afternoon this citizens
having passed through the first
stages of distress are disposed
to look on the brightest side of
the calamity and many business
men are inclined to the belief
that the ultimate result will be
of benefit to the town, as it/will
be rebuilt with substantial
structures iu place of the old
frame buildings which went up
with a rush in the early days.
Building will commence at once.
Many thousand dollars worth
of merchandise and personal
property was rescued from the
burning buildings and threatened structures and piled in immense heaps on the commons
back of the burned district
This property is now under
guard of the police.
A peculiarly noticeable fact
in connection with the fire is
that every grocery and drygoods
store was burned out. The
hotels wero also heavily hit.
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We have the goods and will be pleased
to have you call and see them, the
price will suit you, and we are always
on hand.
Ask for our SPRING TONIC
MMT-
Thomas Drug Co.    Midway   |
Terminal Rates For Nelson
Advices have been received
from F. W. Peters assistant
freight traffic manager for the
western lines of the C. P; R,
from St. Paul to the effect that
Nelson has been made a distributing point for the Kootenay, The wholesalers of the
city have been agitating for a
long time to secure the concession. The fact that it has been
secured is hailed with satisfaction by the people generally.
Its effect will be to make Nelson the wholesale centre for
east and west Kootenay, In
order to obtain the consent of
the Great Northern railway
Mr. Peters was compelled to
make a trip to St. Paul. Considerable of the credit for securing it isdue to Harry E. Mac-
donell, the ■ general freight
agent for the C. P. R. in the
Kootenay. It is said that the
effect of the concession will be
to largely increase the number
of wholesale houses and to add
to the business of those already
located in Nelson.
Tarriffs On Lumber.
Vancouver, B, C. May3—At a
regular meeting of the Vancouver board of trade this evening, which wns largely attended
a resolution was moved as follows and ordered to be telegraphed to Hon. Mr. Fielding
and Mr. R. G. MacPherson. local
member: That the Vancouver
board of trade realizes that the
general commercial interests of
British Columbia require that
an equalization in the duty on
lumber be established immediately between the tariffs of
Canada and the United States,
otherwise serious commercial
depression will prevail throughout this province.
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Committed   For  Trial.
Lawyer Bangs, of Calgary,
on preliminary trial at Regina
for alleged complicity in the
mail robbery, has heen committed to stand trial at tho higher
court.
Mining Notes.
The Knoh Hill mine, in Republic camp, has ceased sloping,
as its ore bins are filled and the
wagon road is so bad between
the mine and the railroad track
that ore cannot be hauled. A
winze is being sunk in the lower
tunnel. It has reached a depth
of 35 feet. The ledge is seven
feet in width and is up to the
average grade in value, averaging $18 per ton. It will probably be 10 days before shipping will be resumed, and it
may be the first of June. At
the later date several of the
Boundary smelters will blow
in extra furnaces and these will
furnish a market for several
hundred tons of ore per  day,
The work of erossciitting the
big Belcher ledge on the 250 foot
level is progressing favorably.
The ore is maintaining a good
shipping grade. It will require
several weeks to cross it, if it
proves to be as large as it was
in the tunnel above.
Phoenix, May 1.—Solicitor
Kerr, acting for lien claimants,
received notice that the appeal
of the Bank of Montreal, to
have its claim take precedence
over the labor liens against the
Winnipeg mine, has been dismissed with'costs against the
bank. This means that the
men, who have been waiting
months for their wages, will
realize when a sale of the property is effected.
Development work is expected to be started on the Brey
Gogle, a Summit camp claim, in
a short time.
The main tunnel on the Blue
Jay is now in about 210 feet,
with a fine showing of clean
galena that when tested gave
values of $40 per ton. The property is about two miles below
this town.
The Ben Harrison has made
another big strike of carbonate
ore running high in silver, copper and lead. This property is
located close to the tovvn of
Chesaw. The Crystal Butte
company is working a double
shift of men Subscription prlco, $2.00 por annum, payable
innd valine, either yearly' or half yearly at tho
option of tlio subscriber.
Advertising ratos nont on application.
SATURDAY.    jVUY 7,    1904.
News   that  application  has
been   made  to   the Dominion
Parliament to incorporate the
Boundary-Kamloops and Cariboo railroad  to   extend from
Midway to the junction of the
Hootalinqua and Yukon rivers,
was  not, received with much
enthusiasm   in  this    vicinity.
For years past  we  have been
waiting for the Coast-Kootenay
the V.   V.  &  E,    the    Great
Northern, the extension of the
C, P. Ii and the Midway-Vernon
but none of these projects has
materialised.     The   Dominion
government  propose  to build
a railway from   Winnipeg  to
Moncton, at a probable cost of
$40,000 per mile or $75,000,000.
through   an    unknown    and
uninhabited   country,  without
having obtained any reliable information as to the practicability of the  scheme,  or  the  resources  of the   country.    Sir
Wilfred Laurier's reference to
the journey of Father Albanel
through  a    portion    of   this
northern territory in 1671. who
related that wild   roses   were
blooming in June, and that the
climate conditions were similar
to  those    of    tlie    inhabited
portions  of  Quebec,  is   proof
enough, if any were  wanting,
that the government are  hard
pushed in their defence of then-
undertaking.'  With "all due deference  to   the    distinguished
Prime Minister, we fail  to see
what these blooming wild roses
have to do with tlie case.   Mr.
Tart, who was   rejected from
the Cabinet because he advocated protection to   Canadian in
dustries, in   speaking   of  the
eastern section of the Grand
Trunk  Pacific,   expressed   the
opinion that  the governnient
proposed   to    open    up   this
country about 25 years too soon,
and that it would  not attract
settlers   until    the   available
prairie   lands were  taken up,
but he must have forgotten for
the moment the energy and
resources of the Minister of the
Interior, who no doubt intends
t-> bonus steamship companies
J. II 111 I—J   A   V X X A  A \ttiZX
Carrying His Majesty's flails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m„ arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p.m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNE-Y on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 3.05 p. m., and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'cloek.
The best of accommodation for
the convenience of tho
travelling puhlic.
R. MEYERH0FF, PR0PRSET0R.
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ime the people of southern
British Columbia will have to
wait, because the regular subsidies are insufficient to induce
capitalists to undertake the construction of railways through
a country where the cost will be
very great on account of i t.
m   :■-   inous nature.
MINERAL ACT
 __-_. - - -
THE
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE1
With Which is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia
HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO.
Paid-up Capital,     $8,700,0(10
Reserve Fund       3,000,000!
Aggregate Resources (3J No v. 1903) over        83,000,000 j
LONDON OFFICE 60 LOMBARD STREET, E, (', |
NEW YORK AGENCY \ WM. GRAY        1
H.B, WALKERj AgMt"
16 EXCHANGE PLACE.
In addition the Bank has 107 branches and Agencies in Canada
and the United States, including the following in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory:
ATLIN,    GREENWOOD,    NELSON,    VANCOUVER (2 offices)
CRANBROOK,        KAMLOOPS, NEW WESTMINSTER
DAWSON,      NANAIMO, LADYSMITH,        YlCTOKul
FERNIE, WHITE HORSE.
BRANCHES IN THE UNITED STATES
New York,        San Francisco,        Portland, Seattle, Skajw-y,
Deposits received, exchange bought and sold and every (Inscription of banking business transacted.
(ireenwood liranch
W. ALLISON; Manner.
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Crowell's
Certlflcate   of   Improvements
Butchkh Hov   Minkkai,  Claim,
Situate In the Greenwood Mining Division
of Yale District. Where located : In
Carmi Camp on the Wajit Fork of Ki H
Rt  ai'.
T • KK NOTICE thnt, I, John ]', McLeod
I .'..,,„ mi 1. certificate No. b8U2J(i, noting
ns ngont for Robert It. Kerr, Kroo Miner's Cer-
titivate No. B,V>260 nnd I'hilip II, g, .stanhope
Kroe Miner's Certificate Vo. nS.5187, intciidsixty
days from the date horeof, to apply lo tho Mining
Itooordor for CertiftciUo of Iinprovoninn 8,
for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grant of
the above claim.
And furthor take notloe thal.act.lon,   under
nection 37, must bo oommeneod boforo the
issuance of such Ccrtltlcate of Improvements.
Dated this 9th day it April, 19M,
J.P.McLROli
Headquarters For    *<
4   '-
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Commercial Hen J
Rigs
To any part of the
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|town on Friday.
(Thomas, of Greenwood,
unday in Midway.
nd Mrs. Julius Ehrlich,
enwood, were in Midway
ursday.
:,, Thruston, manager of
pni mine was in Midway
inesday. [
'Mills returned to Mid-
Sis week after spending
iter in St. Louis.
ennerman,   of Midway,
|Tuesday to do an assess-
in  a   claim   at   Long
itix Shuser aud George Bur-
of  this  town,   spent  a
§ days in Phoenix during the
sek.
'ttx '
Chas.]! Hardy, special agent
p.; Uie North  American Life
on an extended trip through
fjj||£anogun.'
I Ella McPhail, who has
r some timea resident of
|y left on Monday for
ie in Roscisle Man.
nd Mrs. J. Bannerman
fmily left for Vancouver
pesday where they intend
ig their home,  Mr.   Ban-
u having disposed of his
at Boundary Falls.
Richardson, formerly of
wn, who has spent  the
at his  old   home     in
roy,  Ontario,      was   tt
to      Midway      this
ry
THE MOST   DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONTINENT
Through Salt Lake City, Qleenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver
A Daylight Fide Jhrovjgh ■ Nature's M Gall*
Passing Castle Gate, Canyon of The Grand,^Tennessee Pass,
Marshall Pass and the.Royal Gorge
3     TRAINSIDAILY BETWEEN OGDEN AND DENVER     3
Equiment ano^Service jSeoond to.None
SEEK   NO    FURTHER,   FOR    BETTER    CANT    BE    FOUND
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TV' yttijfy Stopping plare for Stiigcs to
Itt:-tt -tt and from all Boundary
&«f/fV i'l ' ,1 Oreek points.
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Good Accommodation for the Traveling Public.
For DctalleOnforn-iiMon.-iAddreu
W.C. McBRIDE,   General   Agent
114  Third Street'"
PORTLAND,   OREGON
ANY LADY CAN MAKE
easily $12.00 to $20.00 weekly l>y representing us in|her locally
IN HER SPARE TIME
The position is pleasant and profitable the year round.
Will gladly send particulars to any lady who may need to
make some money, and will convince you that this is no
deception.
MRS. DAVIDSON,
Draper (10, Bhantford, Ont.
Tourist
Cars East
Many experienced travelers
prefer tourist sleeping cars
for the transcontinental
journey.       The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway
D. G. MILLS.
Iiif; to a rock slide on
Columbia and Western
iFi te the incoming train
[not reach Midway till
jjfl p. in. several nights this
transfer being made at
mt the track is now
and the trains running
Ual.
Greenwood council is
Jing with the now liquor
by law. The idea of
bw ordinance i3 to cancel
isting licenses and start
under the changed con-
s. The new bylaw does
opose to work any avoid-
jury to present holders
inses, but, if possible, to
conditions. At present
re 17 hotels in Green-
Some of the hotels are
intaining dining rooms,
Intemplated by the law,
tig that a dining room
of pay at present. Under
oposed change there will
anted 12 hotel tmd 5 sn-
licenses. The hotels will
quired to have 15 sleeping
« for guests and to have a
j room. Their license fee
ae $300, and saloon fee $500.
MINERAL ACT.
AGENT POR
nitchell, Lewis & Staver Comany,
WHO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
FARMING IMPLEMENTS & WAGONS
CHAMPION MOWERS AND RAKES.
Residence one mile south   HADLEY BANIH,   WASH,   *J- O. Address, Midway, B. C
uf Midwuy. ■MU
DR.   SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
A Business Proposition.
If you are going east a carp
ful   selection  of your route is
Rendell Block, Greenwood.,!essential to the enjoyment of
Phone oo. v. * n. j your trip.   If it is   ii buisness
— ' trip time is the main  consider
ation; if a pleasure trip, scenery
and the conveniences and com-
C. J. LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR and
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY, B. C.
f   M.KERBY
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
Provincial Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
OtBoo at Grand Kohks.
McLEOD k BROWN,
Bahristers, Solicitors, Etc
(ikkknwood. b. c.
Jcate of   Improvements.
kotxob.
No- J HiNKiini. Claim.
!iil!.*?r,*nwo»* Mineral Division of
fisti-ltt, Where looated: In Carmi
t°n™*Mtfbrkof the Kettle river.
?i" ,     "*'!• John  P, McLeod
ifJ tti  Cl,r,*flcato No. 1)80240, aclng
?«■ Robert 1). Km *-roo Mlnor.s Cor.
?•**» and J«MeB Kerr Froo Min*
T"* No. 1)5.1380, Intend, sixty days
■ l„r 700''«« "PPly to  tho MlnlnK
km. at   ,  ilionl° "t Improvements for
ilVcclal ""Wiling a Crown Grant, or
.Tm Mk0 "otio° that ■*otl0". "■"■o
ifmmk r,    oom<no''ccd beforo the It,
""cl,f*i'Ulle.>toofImprovmnont*
*kta"W.W0,dVofAp,||.i9M.
J. P. McLEOD
MANAGER WANTED
Trustworthy lady or gen tie
man to manage business in this-
country and adjoining territory
for well and favorably known
house of solid financial standing. .$20.00 straight cash salary
aud expenses paid each Monday
by check direct from headquarters,. Expense money advanced.
Position permanent. Address
Manager, 810 Como Block,
Chicago, Illinois.
WANTED
forts ofa modern railroad.
Why not, combine all by using
the ILLINOIS CENTRAL, tbv
Up-To-Date Road, running two
trains daily from St.. Paul and
Minneapolis, and from, Omaha,
to Chicago. Free Reclining
Chair Cars, the famous Buffet-
Library-Smoking Cars, all
trains vestibaled. In short
thoroughly modern thorough-
out. All tickets reading via the
Illinois Central will be honored
on these trains and no extra
fare charged,
Our rates are the same as
those of inferior roads —why
not get your money's     worth
Write    for   full particulars.
B. HJTrumbitix,
Commercial Agent.
Portland, Oregon
J. C.'Ltndsey,
T. F. & P. A..
Portland,Ore.
Paul B. Thompson,
F. & P. A.,
Seattle,   Washington.
can    arrange   for your
east in tourist cars,  offer
choice of   routes    and
you money.
trip
you
save
H. S. ROWE,
(kneral Agent.
134 Third Street, Portland
L
Spokane Fails &Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft, Sheppard
Railwav Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & G. ». Ry.,
Van.,Vic&E. RyCo,
The only all rail route hetween
points east, west nnd south to Rnssiand, Nelson, (irand Forks and Repuh-
ltc. Connects at Spokane with the
Greal Northern, Norlhern Pacific and
0. il. & N. Co, for points east, west
and south ; connects at Rossland and
Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.
Connects at Nelsnn with tlie K. It. A N.
Co. for KukIo Mill Slocan points.
Connects at Curlnu* with stage for
Greenwood and Miilway 11. C
lltiffet ears run on trains between
Spokane and Republic.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14, 1903;
TICKETS
-TO AND FROM ALL-
Points   East
Leave. Arrive.
8.45 im  SPOKANE  6.15p.m.
10.20 n.m  ROSSLAND  4.35pm.
7.20 a.m  NIOI.SON  ".2tlp.ni,
10.35a.ra GRANT) FORKS.... 4.00p.m.
8.30 a.m  REPUBLIC  6.15 p.m
XX.   A..   JAOKSOIV,
General Passenger Agent.
Spokivje Wash.
J. S.   HARRISON,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
Si'RolAi, Rrprkskntativk iii this and
adjoining territories, to ropresont and advor- ^^^
tiso an uiii established business house of solid | APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
financial standing. Salary ?21 weekly, with
expenses, advanced each Monday by cheek
direct from hoadquarters. Expenses advanced; posilion permanent. Wc furnish everything.
Address The Columbia, 630 Monon Huilding.
Chicago. IH-
WANTED
A   man  to   represent   "Canada's
Grkatkst Nurseries" in the lown of
MIDWAY and surrounding country
and Inke orders for
OOR HARDY  SPECIALTIES
in Fruit Trees. Small Fruits,
Ornamentals, Shrubs, Roses,
Vines, Seed Potatoes, &c.
Stock true to name and free from Sun
Jose Scale. A permanent position for
the right man on either salary or
commission,
Stone & Wellington
FONTMILL NURSERIES
over 8oo acres
"IRONTO -       -       ONTARIO
SHORT LINE
TO   '
Spokane, Seattle and Coast Points,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago
ANI) POINTS EAST
2Tjvb1im Dull-r ft
£*a.a--fc   Time   £.
New Equipment Throughout, Day Coaches,
Palaoeand Tourist Sleepers, Dllung and
Bullet Smoking Library C    ,
Kor Tlckots' Bates, Koldcrs and Ktill
Information, call on or addr ss
Any Agent of the Great   Northern   Railway
ir write
II. BRANDT, O. P. A T. Agent.
SraiONK,
Skatti.e,
S.G, VKRKKS, G. \V. T. A.
Wash.
Wash.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The undersigned having heen restored
hoalth by simplu means after sulTorlng for
pveral yours with a severe lung affoctlon, ond
that dread discaso Consumption, is anxious to
make known to his fellow suffers the moms of
cure. To Miosc who dcslro It, he will cheerfully
send Ifrcouf ehargolncopy of the prescription
used, which thoy will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis and nil throat
and lung Maladies. He hopes nil BUfferorswil
ry his remedy, as it Is invaluable. Those de-
lrlngtho prescription, which will cosl them
nothing, and may prove n blessing, will please
ddruss, Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Brooklyn,
New York.
WANTED- FAITHFUIn PER80N TO
call on retail trade and agonts for manufacturing house having well established business; local territory; straight salary $20 paid
weekly and oxponso money advanced ; prev
lous experience unnecessary; position permanent; busincessucccssful. Unclose self-addrcn-
60(1 onvclopc, Superintendent Trsvalors 605:
Monon Bldg., Chlcigo. I   '
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A.M. WOVENDEN, See
30 St. John Street,
Montreal, P, Q
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The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.    Wi
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i' British Utilttiiihw
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MINERAL'ACT
Certiflctite   of   Improvements
NOTIOB
May Mineral  Claim.
Situate In the Greenwood Mining Division of
Yale District. Where located: In Camrl
camp on the west fork of the Kettle river.
TAKE "NOTICEj that I. John P. McLeod,
Free Miner's OerfJBcate No. B8Q240, acting
as agent for Rntiert B. Kerr Free Miner's
Certificate No. B55280. Philip B. S. Stanhope
Free Miner's Certlflcate No. 865187 and
James C. Dale Free Miner's Certifltate No.
B55539. intend, sixty days from Ihe dJite hereof-
toapply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvementa, for tho purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant oi the above claim.
And further take notice that actiou. under
section 37, must be commenced hefore the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 12st day of April, 1904. I
J. P. McLEOD.
MINERAL
Certificate of  Improvement!.
XCTXOB.
AbMtRAL MlXKKAL CLAIM,
Situate In the Greenwood Mineral Division of
Yale District,   Where located : Providence camp.
--AKE NOTICK that I. John P, McLeod,
! Free Miner's Certificate No. B30240, as agent
for thomts Henmcrlre. Free Miner's Certifl-
cateNo. B35211 and Hugh McKce Free Miner'
Certificate No. nooSl?. intend, sixty dayst Irom
the date herof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that, action, under
soctlon 37, musl bo commenced before the' issuanco of such Certificate of Improvements.
,-        Dated this 3rd day of March. 19M,
J. P. McLEOD.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that fit) days from the date
hereof I intend to apply io the Chief Com- {
inissloncr of Lands and works for permission
to purchase the East J of Soc, 7, Township 51,
Osoyoos District.'-
Dated this 12lh day of December, 1903.
R. W. NEATES.
C, deU. tircen Agent.
<^^jJLj& -Majt-
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THE NORTHWESTI
BUSINES5^C0LLEGE.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
.' The school where thorough work Is done; where the ttm
is always given;  where confidence is developed ; where fe
keeping is taught exactly as books are being kept in busitff',
where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is ,t h
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Civ-1
11* bERvicE, Telegraphy, English and Cartooning wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them    howto bt
successful.    No argument is so eloquent as   the record oi
things well done.    No mortgage can corrupt,   no thief ca
break tnrough and steal the knowledge of How to Do.   When
you know what a school can do for you by what it has done lor
others is ,t better to trust to luck?   Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane \\\
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
HOme"gCPu°r;tthfy' acclima« trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
L^X??^ MapleS an* °ther shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
neSZl*»T:in P,anbinKl i8' m8T-''° *>■«»«***«*.
Brown---, plant as soon as possible after it >s dug.
Trees obtained from oup nursepy can be planted at
Midway two days after tbey are dug.
PriCe.USt'  U"d fUU  into^Atlon promptly   given.

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