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MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1902.
$2.00 per Year.
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A fresh shipment of Teas, Coffees & Cake Icings
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Choice   Moyune   Gunpowder   Tea   50c
Choicest Basket Dried Spider Leg Tea 60c
Choicest Blend of Orange Pekoe Indian
Tea in 31b and gib fancy tins.
3
Fliiest
SHERIDAN CAMP
The Zala M. Company will Shortly Commence Shipping.
HAS A G00D_ SHOWING
The Company owns Several Claims
on the one Vein —1 he Pasco,
Discovery and Other
Groups.
OOFFBE
Quality Mocha and Java Coffee, Blue Ribbon
Brand, Nil lb tins ground and whole 50c tins.
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^  jph" blend Mocha & Java, an extra fine coffee
blended specially for fine trade 35c, 3 for $1.00.
'OUf Own"  Rio Coffee,   best   quality, 25 cents.
Kismat Frnclion at one end   nf them, I iniiiiHe,   cow   nr   rulf    uniler   twelve
tlie ilni'.r 1 >iwi 1.1y covering 21tNI lineiil  inniilli-; mminiain Hheep, ewe or Iambi
(saves lots of work this hot weather, no eggs
required, mix with wdter. Colors: Lemon
Yellow,  White,   Pearl.   Pink  and Chocolate.
J.McNICOL.
MIDWAY NEWS
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1 TIOMAS WALKER, Proprietor.
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M Uw fcMt brand* ot
_lgw« mtf ToImmm k«pt
••mtantly m ImmmI.
, LatMt tbmmt* and pat*
, tarat al WaU Paper now In
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, Seventh Street, Midway
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About That Prescription
The doctor gave you, he wanted you to
have the purest ingredients it is possible
to obtain, properly compounded, I will fill
it exactly as he orders.
A. F. Thomas, Druggist, Midway
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Prices to Suit the Times.
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dal Cut Prices in Summer
WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF
Ury Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
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Shelf Hardware, Lamps and
Glassware, etc., etc.
HOUR MOTTO:
Quick Sales and
Small Profits.
gl fresh stack of staple and fancy groeeries arriving daily.
IIS HAIN & CO. Hue
Thi' Zulu M. Company, owning the
Zulu M. mid other claims in Sheridan
cninp, will silently commence shipping
ore tothe Granhy smelter. On the
Zalsi Ml considerable development
work hits been done with good results,
und a new tunnel has heen started tn
crosscut the hill 1300 feet und tip the
vein nt n depth of (KM feet, Nenr iis
portal the conipany hns a compressor
plant, the only machinery yet brought
into I he camp. At this lhe new wagon
roud will for the present terminale.
Thp Zulu company owns several claims
on the vein, hut the principal development is on the Zulu M. in the workings ahove lefcrred Ln. The quartz of
the vein, unlike that of Republic camp
ishighly crystalline, Iransluceiit und
of vitreous lustre. It yields principal-
ly silver, but carries some gold ami
cupper, and occasionally u little lend.
The richer minerals In the ore are
principally pnlyliasilc, hornite and
cm air iie, and Uie total values have, run
as liiiii us $3,(100 per ton. Some rich
mv, running from $3!K) to JfiOO per Inn,
has been shipped tn lhe smelters, and
a few hundred tons of second cluss and
lower grade ore remain on Ihe shaft
nnl upper tunnel dumps, which will
iio'v he sent to the smellers, as lhe
new i*ilad ia in good trim for hauling
over it.
The Zala Consolidated is idle at pres-
ent, hut preparal ions are in hand for
work to lie resumed.
The Pasco group looks well, so far as
th° woik on it cun show. It belongs
In Hubert May and Ii. M, Genin, and
includes the Pasco and C. K Nye
laiins, which cover 3,000 feet of the
Zala M. vein, northward. To the
casual observer, on the run of these
claims, there would appear to be four
leads within a strip of ground from 75
in 100 feet, wide, each striking in a different direction and neither having
mure than one wull in sight, hut Ihey
aie probably connected and belong to
one vein. On east lead No. 1 a 12-foot
shaft shows quartz from two to four
feel wide and $8 to 914 in value. No.
2 east lead is exposed in two holes,
each six feet in depth, with values running from $90 to $114 per ton, and
specimens rich in sulphide assayed as
high as $475 per ton. The values run
ubnul $1 In gold to every $10 iu silver.
The westerly lead in the exploration
tunnel, appearing ihe strongest, is 30
inches wide, and lhe ore assays from
$15 to $73, wilh uu average value of
abuut $25 per Ion. The tunnel leaves
the easterly stratum stripped, where
it is aliout 26 inches wide and appears
of similar charucier and value,
Northward from these workings No.
2 east ami west leads are exposed in
three holes, Ihe deepest of which is
down 12 feet and timbered for deeper
sinking.
The Discovery group, embracing the
Discovery ami Monlesano clainu, is a
propeity of excellent Ineilt. They aie
situated side by side, the former ut its
north end line adjoining the Zala Al.
Within a few feel of the junction of
lhe two properties a shaft bus been
sunk over 00 teet on the vein, und the
latter has been opened In several places
southward, pioving its continuity and
/alue. Alongside of the shaft is a pile j
of several tons of ore of good shipping
value, much of which shows rich silver sulphide and other minerals.
Wilh big croppings nnd line ore, a
shaft on the Horse Shoe vein 30 feet
deep iniikes a very good showing, but
a tunnel in 200 feet, with a drift 10 feet
on the vein hns heightened the value
nf I be property by the production of
ore that runs lis high ns $20(1 per ton.
The Miilinoniah group, comprising
the Klatsup, Multnomah and "03"
claims, has a very wide vein, with a
shaft 12 feet deep going down on lhe
loot-wall four feet wide and all in
quartz, Irom which an ordinary sample
ran $13 per ton. A lunnel has been
driven 25 feet nnd may lie driven on
4.7HI feet and gain a depth of 800 feet,.
The Phil Sheridan group, consists of
the I'liil Sheridan and SulnmAnca
claims, located side by side, and the
feet of a rich mineral vein, wliieh crops
above Ihe surface debris nt interval
points for a di-lnnce nf aliiuil 500 feel.
Tom Kinney and Pete McCnrmiek
located the Phil Sheridan August 0,
181*7, and the Kismat Frnrtiim was
located laler on, A shaft is down 75
feet on the vein, exposing from three
to live feel iu width of rich quartz, of
which eight and one half tons shipped
to the Granhy smeller al (irand Forks
curried $75 iu silver and $11 in gold,
with enough of copper to run lhe total
value up to $101,40 per Ion. Hand
samples ran as high as $150 per lou.
Soma rich ore was found aliout 75 feet
ninth of the shaft, and al 2U0feet north
east aud at 148 feet lower elevation
than the collar of Ihe shaft is an exposure nf quartz that has an average
a'sRuy value of 10per toll, The Kismat
Fraction co vers the portal ofa tunnel
further down the hill, which had heen
driven 150 feetj and apparently runs
under Ihe vein in place of crosscuttiug
it, as was intended.
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Qeological Map of Boundary.
It. W. Brock, of the Dominion Geological Survey, wilh his party, is now
engaged iu a geologicul examination of
Deadwood and Oopper camps, west of
Greenwood. List Wednesday Mr.
Brock spenl some time at lhe Molher
[.ode mine, »here the rock exposures
in the hig quairy and other open-mi
workings exhibit, local features of
much inlerest In the geologist ami
mlnetalogtst. Thc examination of
lhe mining camps of the Boundary
district ami I heir iuimediat" sui round
ings is aboui concluded, suHicieul data
having been obtained to admit nf the
preparal ion of a geological map uf lbe
Bouudary, which work will be uiuler
taken shortly al Ottawa prelimfjiary
In the publication of a small map of
lhe district, leaving the larger and
more comprehensive map uniform
wilh lhe series already issued hy the
geological survey for publication when
Vltlillar iiifi»r»iiuiou shall have been
Obtained relative tu the country westwards tu lhe Okanagan. The western
boundary of the area to be included in
ilie smaller map will run from tIte
International boundary line near Midway northwards to a short distance
above Copper and West Copper camps.
Mr. Brock will spend the greater pari
of the fall in ihe mineralized zone
drained by lhe Wesl Fork of Kettle
river.
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Smelter to Resume.
The coke situation has so Improved
during the past week that il is now
expected a resumption of smelting
operations at Greenwood will only lie
a matter of a few days. The B. C.
Copper Co. has already leceived aboilt
1,000 tons of coke and has advices of
500 tons more on the way. The Crow's
Nest Pass Coal Co., hns been shipping
latterly an average of six cars per day
lo thc Greenwood smeller, which is a
car a day more I han the smelter requires to keep its l wo furnaces going,
consequently if this rate of shipment
continues it will he practicable to accumulate a reserve stock in case of
uny temporary interruption in lbe
supply, Under lhe altered conditions
it iscoiiaideied that il will be safe to
"blow in" next week, probably on
Wednesday 27lh. inst,, wil hunt risk of
having to again stop work for luck of
fuel, Preparations are accordingly
being made tu start on that date, A
few men uro to be put on at the company's Mother Lode mine and the
working force I lieu-will la1 gradually
increased until Ihe full number of .70
or 80 shall have been made loom fur,
which will probably Iki liy a week
hence. Thereafter the mine will send
down to the smeller liel'tteen 700 and
800 tons of oie per diem.
Knglisli partridge ; pheasants, cm k or
Inn. except as hereinafter provided j
quail, all kinds; robins (farmers only
may shout Ihese in gardens between
.lime I and Sept, 1); skylark, thrush.
Itis unlawful lo buy, sell olf expose
I'm sale, show in advertisement, caribou, hare, lull moose, mountain gnat,
mountain ram before October 1 j dr er
liefore September 1 j nor any of the
above luiiued uniuials or birds nt any
lime, exii pi duck, blue grouse, heron
and plover during the open season,
ll, is unlawful in kill or take more
than live caribou in one season ; more
than ten deer, or to hunt, them with
dogs or to kill for hides alone ; more
than 250 ducks ; more than two bull
elk or wupiti; mote than two hull
moose; moielhan live mountain gnats;
more than three mountain rams; or'
lo take or desl roy the eggsof protected
birds at any lime.
It, is unlawful to enter land enclosed
by fence, water or natural boundary,
utter notice or if notice under Section
17 is posted up ; for   non-residents to
shoot without u license ; fnr nun residenl Indians lo kill game at any' time ;
to export or  transport In   the raw
state, game birds of every kind and
minimis protected except bear, heavei,
marten uud land otter; In use traps,
nets, gins, drugged bait, etc, lo catch
game birds ; to expi se for sale any
iber «iihout its head or bird without
its plumage; In  use batteries, swivel
guns or sunken  punts  in   uou  tidal
waieis to lake ducks (ff geese ; for unlicensed mm residents to trap or kill
bear or beaver for 'heir pells; lo kill ,.
any game Iiiid lietween one hour after
sunsel and one hour liefore  sunrise ;
to kill g nne hi,ds ur animals iui| oiled
fm acclimaiiziition purposes; In buy
or sell heads' of mountain sheep; tu
take limit except liy hook and line, or
to use salmon roe  as  bait; to  enter
wilh  bunting implements ur permit
dogs  to  enter,  tields of growing or'
standing grain or enclosed landa, wiih* -
out uermiMion ; for Indiana to  kill ,
(hies nr   fawn*   from   February 1   tu
August 1: to shoot on enclosed land*
on Sundays without permission.   But  »
farmers or their authorized resident
employees may  kill deer depasturing
iheir cultivaied Helds, and free miners
may kill game for their own use- any
lime,
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£'irt ;ii JJni
Will Start  Surveying Shortely.
A press despatch uf Aug. 22 from   ,
Grand Forks says il ia understood that
the Greal Norlhern railway will shortly send parties iulo the Held with the   '
object of making a recoiumisSAiice of   .     ""'
lhat pinion  of   the  Coast l£o£teUi|y''rt"i,,,,>*
route lying between Vancouver, yi»v,<'" ,
the proposed New Westpiiiisler'llrfiigii/ .'■'     ;'
and the Hope  mountains, Sinillli& ', • '" '[
meen district, as a preliminary li; undertaking  the  location survey.'  The "
icceiit speech delivered here by ^Tesl*     '"''''*
dent 3. 3. Hill would appear lo tpw"'''' '""
ev>n more significance than w'aai'i(i:  '
crihed to his utterances at the Unity":l">"1'"
iHlgu'd
Ml '<il
•: nml
mob
flame Laws.
ll is lawful to shoot game as follows (dates Inclusive);
September 1 to December 14—Peer,
buck or floe; mountain goal, mountain
sheep fr i n).
September 1 to December 31-Caribou ; elk, wapili, (bull); grouse of all
kinds, including pvuiiicchickens; hare;
moose, (bull).
Sepleniberl to February*-Bittern;
duck, all kinds ; heron ; meadow lark,
plover.
November 2 to March 31— Beaver,
laud otter, marten.
It is unlawful tn shoot oc desl roy at
any time : Birds living on noxious insects ; Knglisli blackbirds; caribou,
cow or calf; chaffinch ; deer, fawn
under twelve months ; elk, wapiti, cow
or calf under two years : gull; linnet ;
when he declared that the survey*
would soon he accomplished ahd that,
bonus or no bonus, he was prepared'
tn build the road from the coast and
interior ends simultaneously, Mr.
Hill's earnestness is evidenced hy the
tact tliul lhe preliminary surveys from
the coast terminus will probably be
started within a few weeks. The work,
it is report, d,u ill he under the dii ection
of James 11. Kennedy, chief engineer of
the V. V. k V.. rail.vay. Mr. Kennedy
had charge of thc engineering work in
connection with the building of tbe
easl ern section of the V. V, b K. that
forms a link between Cascade and
('arson, British Columbia, on Mr.HiU's
ihrough line, Io Republic, opened for
traffic a few weeks ngo. That portion
of ihe proposed line from Midway
west 1011 miles lu lhe Siniilkameen
river was surveyed last year by Mr,
Kennedy's engineers. It is not definitely known whether construction
work will he resumed at this end just
now, although tliere seems to he a
great probability thut a considerable
port ion of the line UP.1'1'' Fraser river
valley will he built before lhe end of
this year. The Coast-Kootenay road
will i>|M'ii up a region abounding in
coal, mineral and agricultural resources, especially in the Similkameen
districts.
a
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E. Woolrieh, for several years local
agent for the Hamilton Powder Company, lefl Gieenwood last Wednesday
for Chicago, going by the new stage
line lo Curlew and thence over the
Great Norlhern to Spokane, By persistent attention tubuslness he secured
for lhc Hamilton company a considerable lonueiii.rii iu the Boundary. I
THE  DISPATCH
MIDWAY, B. C, AUGCiT 86, J00».
t#Mlfl>.
C. M. CU0U8K Kdltornnd Proprietor
Publlshod weekly st Midway, B. 0,
Subscription prlco, %i 00 por annum, payable
kl advance, either yearly or half yearly at the
ef tion of thr subscriber, ■
Advertising rates soot on applloatlon,
MONDAY, AUGUST 25. 1«I_L
We have received from the Weekly
Free Press a picture in colors of King
Kdward VIL, this heing the supplement which they are issuing tn their
readers for August, in connection wilh
their plan of monthly distribution of
pictures. The picture, which is 10 by
10) inches, is printed in four colors, and
shows His Majesty in the striking uniform of a Field Marshall. ,<
Nearly two weeks have passed since
Col. Prior telegraphed the Chief Commissioner of I.ands'and Works that he
was requested lo complele the wagon
road up the West. Foik, but as yet
nothing has been done in the matter.
Is it that Ihe telegraph service Is
abominable ahd Mi. Wells has not received the wire or is he waiting for
Mr. Thurston tn visit Canada and
carry out his agreement ?
British Columbia Finances.
The Budget speech of Hon. J. D,
Prentice, the finance minister of British Columbia, has lieen issued in pamphlet form. Itis not exactly a boom
document for the province. Fairly
well ns the Pacific coast has lieen progressing, it has been surpass' d hy ils
administrative and other expenses.
The demands upon the government
and legislature for the outlay of public money are large, varied and persist.-
ently pressed; and there seems to be
no particular inclination to resist them
According to Mr, Prentice, the net
debt on June 311th, 1001, was $1141)7,757,
or $38.38 per head uf the province's
population. The same rate in Quebec
would make the provincial debt some
aixty millions of dollar*, j instead of
nlaiut a third of (bat sum, as it is.
The annual charge for the current yenr
is put at $191,141), ur 22 1 2 p-r cent.
of the total revenue, The revenue regularly falls ,l*kiw tne expendilure'.
The overdraft on June 30th last was
expected to 'tie $I,7(H,000. Por tbe
current year the income is placed al
$t.m, 888, and lbe expenditure nt $2,
408127. The prospective deficit is
$283,556.
One of the governnient proposals of
the session was to make another loan
of $3,000,000. Another authorized
larger-obligation by way of railway
Mid. NohadJ seems to have seriously
considered where or what courses that
produced such conditions were leading
to. British Columbia has large re-
aoai-pes, nut all of which, however are
available for taxation purposes. Mining Ispassingthrough a period in which
it Is more, in need of encouragement
than of the tax collector's exactions.
There is an lucrihie tux, a really tax
ami death duties. There does not
Deem1 to he much which the treasury
rati levy nu that ir not now reached.
On the face of the finance minister's
statements It would seem that the legislature bas gone beyond reasonable
lengths, and hot even a successful raid
by the province on the Dominion
treasury will put it ou a safe footing—
Montreal Gazette.
•   J mar*	
Appointed Professor at Queen'.-.
It baa lieen ascertained lhat li. W.
Brock, in charge of the Dominion Geo
logical Survey party now engaged in
obi aining data' of the geological feu
lures of the Boundary dislrict, .vill
HII the chair uf Professor of Geology
nl Queen's University, Ontario, with
which is affiliated lhe Kingston School
of Mines, during the ensuing winter
term, in succession for the time lieing
to Professor Miller who has la-en ap
pointed Provincial Geologist for Ontario. Mr. Brock is not severing his
official connection with the Canadian
tieotosical Survey but, bas applied for
leave of absence for the winter, to admit of his undertaking the professional
duties at Queen's as1 above mentioned.
Economic geology wU|'b* the principal
subject dealt with in Dils department
of Queen's during the winter term.
Mr. Brock ts favorably known through-
nut the Boundary, in which he has
done a large amount of woik during
the seasons 1IHH-1IKI2, as an energetic
and eiutbusisstic worker in the field of
gralogy, and as having done tho dis
trict valuable service hy contributing
at the last annual meeting of thc Canadian Mining Institute un interesting
review of the "Ore Peposits of the
Boundary Dislrict" in which was em-
Is id led the results of his personal examination and olwervntions during his
Inst season's close study of local conditions.
Advantage*  of the New Route.
The saving of lime and money in
taking the new route to Spokane from
southern and western Boundary oie s
in preference to that via the Columbia
k Western railway from Midway In
Rossland and thence to Spokane is
already resulting in passengers taking
the stage from Midway lo Curlew,
where they catch Ihe through train
from Republic via Marcus tn Spokane,
Passengers ran now leave Greenwood,
Midway and neighboring places in thn
morning and reach Spokane thc same
evening, and vice versa. By the
Canadian I'acilic road a night's stop.
over in Rossland or Nelsnn is necessary, with the attendant delay and
extra expense. Another convenience
the new route affords is that The
Spokesman-Review can now lie re
ceived at the largei Houndury towns
on the night of lhe day on which it is
published, Sundays excepted. The
advantages of the new route will likely
secure for il. nearly all the passenger
travel to points south of the Bound
ary line from Midway west to the
Okanagan.
,  Why you should hv "'Fair Play"
Chewing Tobacco.
Because itis the best quality.
Because it is the most lasting chew.
Because it is the largest, high grade 5
or 10c. plug.
Because the tags are valuable for pie-
miunis UNTIL JANUARY ist. 1904.
Because we guarantee every ping, and
Because vour dealer is authorized to
refund your money if yon are not
satisfied.
Thk Kmpibr Tobacco Co., Ltd.
LOST
Bmncwhcro between Kerr'a ranch ami Hock
Creek. 11 pair of Hppc'aclea In a rami. Kinder
will obigo by lciviiig them at thin office.
TICKETS
-TO AND FKOM ALL-
POINTS EAST VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
St Paul, Duluth, ninneapolls, Chicago
AND POINTS EAST
Through Palace and Tourist Sleeper*
Dining and  Buffet  Smoking Library Can
DAILY TRAINS • KAST TIMK : 8EIIVICK
ANI) SCKNERY UNEQUAbEI).
Kor Rates, folders and Full Information,
call on or address, '
H. BRANDT, ('. P. k T. A.,
701 W. Riverside Avenue,
Spokane, Wash.
A. R C. DENNISTON. H. VV. P. A..
Seattle, Wash.
NOTICE.
rAKK NOTICK H111MW days nfUir dato heronf 1 Into il to upply to tho (itiiof Com*
jiiinslnnor of bunds and Works for permission
In iraro.lu.st>TinaeroHof uiiHurveyoa inounuuii
pasture, being ll.e North J Hen. itl and fractional North Wetl 1 Section 80, Township 89,
Osoyoos Dlstriet.. MrB.8BBHN,
August Sth, 1IM. 7o
MINERAL ACT. 1896,
Certlflcate  of   Improvementa.
m-otxoh.
Jekkriwiin Minkkai. Cmin. ....
Situate In the Kettlo River Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where looated 1 On Grass
Mountain. Camp McKinney.        •       _
TAKK NOTICK Hint I, Henry Mclinlmin.
freo minors' certiiicate No. MIHn
agent fnr K. A.Hoty. fron miner's eertlncato No.
BllSlft.lntoid.slxty days from thcilnlo hereof,
to apply to the MlnlnK Iteonnlor for a eerl lllcatc.
of Improvements, for lho purposo of obtaining
a Crown  Grant of the nbove claim.
And furthor tnko nolleo that notion, under
soclion   37,  must   bo ciiniinciicoil licforo lho
Issuance of sueh cortitlcuto of Improvements.
Dated this 5th day of J uly. WW. Ic
HENRY NICHOLSON.
"THE MILWAUKEE"
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee k 81.I'aiil Railway, known
all over the Union as the Ureal Hail
way running the "I'ionkfh Limited
trains.every day and night hetween St.
Paul and Chicago, and Omaha and
Chicago, "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand : Ooniiei*
tions are made with ALL Transcontinental Lines/assuring to passengers
the hest service known. Liixmioiis
coaches, electric lights, steam heat, of
a verity equaled hy no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any poinl
in the United States or Canada, All
ticket agents sell ihem.
ForratcB pamphlets or olliei inlor-
iiintion, address,
It. I.,. Ford. H. S. Rowe,
Trav. Pass. Agt. Ueneral Aio'iit,
SI'OKANK, WASH.       l'ORTLANll.OR.
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Bulls, Fresh Calved
Cows, Cows in Calf, Steers
and Heifers, Boar Pigs, Sows
and Young 'Pigs, Sheep and
Poultry, Saddle and Pack
Ponies.    Apply to.
J. A. COULSON,
i-\4 miles frorn  "Midway, or
Dispatch ofrtcij.
!W^Tt
Seals
Stencils
Price Markers
Prlatlng Wheels
Numbering
necklace
Band listing end
- '   Nan:berlng
Stamps
Check     Pertor-
etors
Rubber Type
Printing Prcsiei,
Ute, Etc.
FRANKLIN STAMP WORKS,
VANCQUVKR, U. C.
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
fURTIN BURRELL,    -    -PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A line assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The secret of succesn in planting, is, first-lo secure good stock,
BKcoNii—to plant as soon as possihle after it is dug.
Trees obtained from oar nursery .an be planted at
Midway two days after tbey are dug.
Price lint, and full information promptly  given.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR.
This hotel is centrally located and is a stopping place for stage
lines.   Good stabling on the premises.
 : GOOD FISHING IN THE VICINITY j	
Only tKe choicest brands of Wir\es, Liquors,
arvd Gigars at tKe Bar.
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALL-, 11. 0.
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R. MEYERHOFF'S
-_j$!flGE^
Carrying His Hajesty's Hail*
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 McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. in„and making connection with the train going east at 2:55 o'clock.
The best of aooommo-atlon tor
tha aonvanlanoe af tha
travailing publlo.
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR.
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CROWELL'S
HOTEL...
THE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
OOOOOOO
Headquarters for Railroad,
Mining and Commereial Men
First Clas* Livery Stable in Connection with Hotel,
;     S. A. CROWELL, Prdf>.   .•
The Midway Sawmill
LEQUIME & POWERS, PROPS,
v
______
MANUFAirrUHKRS OK
All kinds of ROUGH and DRESSED
.f»*
LATH and SHINGLES, SASHES and DOOBS.
Band sawing and job work done to order
HOTEL..
SEVENTH STREET, MIDWAY. B. C.
oCE.SM.TER, PROPRIETORS
•-rntrm.*
A new building, well furnished. Everything new and first-class, Only the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept, in
stock. F.very convenience furnished the
traveling public.    Bus meets all trains.
no OHnsrmsm kmi'loyku, B.C., AU(HT8T25, 1002.
TIIK   DISPATCH
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LOCAL AND ilSTRKT.  J
MIDWAY   MAILS.
Du*
2.11) p. in.
Wod., Krl.
A Hunili'yx
2,30 p. in.
inui after arrival uf niiiilR
„ Jitcolw, of jpi'fB-nviHxl, mxintSup*
l It) Midwuy.
, J. FIoimI left In day fur the North*
•t.   The horn™ which he Ih nlil|ipin|-
J I RO Olll tOllliil'lovv.
In.pt. fiUrthope, of New Zealand,
ne in on Hatiinlny's train on a visit
ill brother P. S. Stanhope.
Int. C. M. OroiiHH left on Friday for
alhroy, O'nl., where uhe will N-)-!tul
tuple of months wilh her parents,
lev. J. (», Bearer, II. A., represent*
the Ixnsd's Day Alliance, held a
(eiitiK In the Oreenwood Preshy*
ian church last evening when he
ivered a vigorous iwltlress in nup|xirt
Sunday nhservnnue.
A couiiiieiicenient has lieen made to
"wive the huildings now on the site
1 the ww public et'.hool in Gretn*
rtiod, preparatory to grading the land
|d erecting tbe new iHiildings in ac
dance with the plans of the arehi-
bl,G. D. Curtis.
The dat'-ot the Kail Assizes at Qrlen-
jtsiA has heen sel for October 27. The
iiy criminal case.lW yet on the list is
Jpe from (iiand Forks.   The civil sit-
Jirs of the Supreme Court, which will
Uow the criininal1; will have several
jses to deal with.
|W, W. Slater, ot Edinburgh, Scot
Ind, a  direr tor of  lhe  Jewel (ikilil
lines Ltd.. of London, England, njtvn
tag the Jewel   group,   in  Lung I-ake
lamp, has 1*wn in on a -hurt visit in
(ie company's mine.   He left, for Van-
atver hy Wednesday's train.
I The Vei-rton  &   Nelson j Telephone
Company tjasatiHiigi'd for the removal
ST ils Oreenwood exchange from the
nsuitahle premises   it has for years
4"<opi«il to commodious and conven*
leiitly-ailnated quarters in ill" Mellor
•lock, in tbe rent re  tif the business
■action nf the city,
h The  dead hody  of  a  man named
at Bordi'Hii was found ou Friday list
|ln Loon lake, situate about a mile fnun
Kholt tax the mad to iln- II.C. and
*•>!her Hiiiimiil ciinip uiiurn,   Deceased
Nnas a Woodcutter, a French Canadian
•bout iM  years of age.   Tlie circimi*
ttftjjcet attending his death  were in*
^MpHSlt on Saturday hy the district
viinmtr. Ur. ti. Mi. Foster, who went
-ip fr^ff (J#effiw(_i_ tor the purpiwe.of
holding an inquest.
yesterday morning there was on
-rWatTkoti. Wake'* Boundary Falls
hotel • trout caught uu Sunday iu
Boundary creek, j ust lielow the falls,
hy J. Laidlaw. Iiookkeeper at Mcl'her-
win Bro's. saw mill, which was the
largest lish known to have been caught
. *o far up the ereek, although by no
means an uncommon size for Ketlle
river below, Thn lish weighed 4J His,
i And it waa ta^tui with a small frog for
« bait.
Provincial Oomtable Geo. Cunningham has reUirnvd  from  New   Westminster, whence he took an old man
named  Chas.     Dnbeaner,   who  had
heen sent from Camp McKinney  tn
Greenwood tor medical examination.
Two doctors having certided lolm in-
-ftnily, he waseoniuiilted to the Provincial Asylum for the Insane on  the
order of Police Magistrate  1. H. Hallett.    The  old   man    appears  to he
rational enough on many sulijects hut
is possessed of a hallucination  which
convinces him   that   Chinamen  are
-oping hit food.
It la stated that Allien I, (ion-Jell,
•nperintendi-nt of the Montreal k Huston    Copper   Company's  smelter  at
Boundary Palls, is expected to return
from the east on or about September
1st.   Captain   Harry  Johns, superln-
(••ndenl of the conumny'sSuwet group
nf iii'imb, will likely return about the
same time.   Both officials are  under-
aUiod't* havo  been conferring with
the directors in  Montreal  relative to
operating mines and smelter on an en
larged, scale.   Supplies of  coke have
been arriving at the smelter lately, so
that Ihere should uot be much delay
l» Retting tp Work again onca  the
superintendents are back at their re*
epective posts again,
.""I TJh* residents in and arolind (Irene
Wood were gladdened on Friday morn
*-hmhytheauumlii£.l.lV'- stoiun whistli
at Ihesmeltur which had been silent
finally two mfinthsj  The sample
huhed*'"'1*then, cfiishiog ore
joi* Ifl readiness for blowing in
__*Jlfr' Weiluesday. or Thnfsday.   Ad*
view of plentiful shlpinedls of coke
coi»tfj|_e to be received, so the present
outlook Is favorable to an uninterrupted run at tlte smelter for some lime
Jtltnylfl there lie no furl -bet libortroiible
|t IhufCft«v'» Nest Pass  Coal  Co.'s
'Ths following returns have been received hy thtowtiersof the Providence
mine, which Is situate ahout Vt) or 500
yitrds from Oreenwood city limits,
Irom two cms ol oiij shipped recently
All (Jdiixt. point*
Is. Crow's NtiKl It. 11,
nr-terii Canada
Bpokniio
It'lKrjlltlKl
Kelson
Kairview
Pontlclot)
Vornon, ute,
Qasoatlo
Grand Korks
I'lioonlx
Kholl
i flrirrrllwiKKl
All III.. Kiwi \  South
Camp McKinney
Itouk Ul'BolC
Close
t p. iu.
J^cLBOD k BltOWN,
BARRISTERS, Solicitors, Etc.
Okkkswoiiii. M. C.
Twos., Thurs.
ik Hntiiriliiys
,*, :l'i it. III.
|-|   NICHOLSON,
—: Notary Public,
HEAL ESTATE,
FINANCIAL AOENT
and MINING BROKER.
Camp MoKinney, B.C.
IIUHJK   I'l'miK
AllWiml Kork poln1
MailH for poinlfl furlher went of Midway than
Camp MoKlnnoy ko via, RovoUtoko.
Mom. j- otilon f rum 8 a. m. to 7 \u in. with I lit
oxooption of oni! Iiulf hour before departure
BD
A. HAIN.
l'oHlmuAtor.
Dr. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
NADEN-FLOOl)  BLOCK   •   UklJlJNWOOt).
to the Trail smelte- : Car No 1 con*
tnineil 45,817 His., as follows: 21,41)0 lbs.,
net value lo shippers, $2,517.71, and
25.111 II*., net value to shippers, i'l,.
488.48; tdt^l $1,000.10, Car No. 2 contained 11.(157 Iiis., ns under i 0,452 Ills.,
net value lo shippers, $758,83, and X,,-
205 lbs., net vniue to shippers, $l,(m.U9,
total $2,8UI.:i2. These returns give a
net avenige value, after paying a
freight, and treatment rate of $15 per
ton, of $145.63 per ton fbr the 4:i tuns
752 His. cotnpris d in the shipinent.
Details of the nielal contents nt the
whole nf lhc ore are not. available, hut
it is known ttuit one part gave an uiver*
age assay return of 9 01 07.. gold, 525
ul. silver nnd 11.3 per cent lead,
A serious lire occurred at Kelowna
last Thursday night, whereby Ihe
Hue saw mill owned liy D. Lliiyil-.loni's
was burnt to Ihe ground. The (Ire
wai discovered by Ihe night watch-
man aliout one o'clock, just afler he
had relumed from bis midnight meal,
and hb evei y thing was as dry as tinder,
owing to the long drought, the Haines
spread  with greal   rapidity,   Fortunately  what   wind  there  was  blew
away from the I nwn, so I hat the efforts
1 if the citizens, who worked with great
zeal, were sufficient to preveul lbe lire
from spreading, and il was contined to
the milt building.   The lumber in the
yard was saved,   though   the  dressed
stuff nt the pinner was all destroyed
nnd also the new steamer which is nn*
[ der course of consi ruction close 111 the
mill. Thc origin of the Ure is unknown;
'hut it probably resulted from a spark
whieh had been smouldering unseen
for some time or from lire dropped by
a careless smoker,   This is the second
time thnt Ihe Kelowna mill has lieen
destroyed by (Ire,, another occurrence
of the same nature having taken place
sonic years ago.   There was no insurance and Mr. Jones has tlie sympathy
of his many friends in his Bevere loss,
which is estimated al  about  $8,01)0.—
Vernon News,
p_ M. KERBY,
k. 9. Can. Soc. C, E,
Provincial Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway axu (Jkkknwood.
DR. SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood,
Phone 90, V. * S.
T. M. Qulley&Co.
************
Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMRALMEBS.
Large Stock,   Low l-'riceB. -
************
Tti.   GTJLL__!Y SS
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD.
.>O0oeooo$ooe<:*oooooooo<
G. HALUDAY,
Tonsorial Artist.
Korn (Irstclnss Hlinvo, Hair Cut, Son Koani
or Shampoo, call at thc above parlor.
Rririrr ■ liinioil ami ground,
KIKTII   STIIKKT,   -   ■    •   MIUWAY,  It. 0,
W. H. WEBB
CARRIAGE ROD WAGON
•^ REPAIRING Uf
*****»**9999t-.«te-
CARRIAGE HND SIGN PAINTING.
Bicycle Repairing and Soniiries.
SpoSSsSolS
Railway Co,
Nelson   Ft.
Railway Co
Boundary Falls Notes.
Farm snd Harden produce is yield
inn a fairly gnod crop all round in this
netuhlmi hood this  season.   Hay  harvest is now over and vegetables are
fast maturing.   Hoi aloes on some of
the hill-side farms are not up to Ihe
average In quality, the tubers heing
rather  "waxy"  instead ol   "floury",
which latter is the usual good feature
of  potatoes grown here ahouts.   Excessive rain  early  in  Ihe season is
thought to he the cause of this loss of
quality,  The redueiion in the numher
of men at woik iu the dislrict has temporarily spoiled lhe market   for  pro
duce, hut wiih the resumption of operations al mines and smelters this dis-
idvanlage will soon disappear.   Some
tine Suffolk pigs are to he seen at Thos.'
Wake's Boundary Kalis hutel.
 * • 4-	
Received—A nice assortment, of
ltolierison's and Itaiusay's Chocolates
and Hon Bom, at Thomas', fresh  and
toolisuiue.
 . * .	
Why you should Imy "Fair Play"
Chewing Tobacco.
Because it is the hest quality.
Because it is the most lasting chew.
Because it is lhe largest, high grade 5
or ltle. plug.
Because the lugs are raliialile for pre
milium UNTIL JANUARY 1st, 1904.
Because we guarantee every plug, aud
Because your dealer is nnthnrlzed to
refund pnur money if you  are not
sjilislled.
Tub BmpibkTobacco l!o„ Ltd.
JvtJLNJERAL ACT...
Certificate  of Improvements
Notice,
IIM'K Hsu. Miskiiai. Pi.aim.
Situate In lho Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale Ulstrict.   Whoro   located :  Kruger Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK Ilml 1. CliurU's lio Mi'ln
(li'i'cn. a* agcnl for QoorjJoG, Powell. Iron
miner's riil'lilli.iio Nn. M0067, aril fnr BvtHI
Morris, tree miners run I Ileal n Nn. nillri,:',
liilnul slxtv (lavs train tlie dale lioi'oot, In up-
nlv In the Mining It irtlor fnr 11 (Vrtlllraln
nt'liniirnvi'ini'iils. fir tlin purpose «f nliliiliilug
iv Crown Orant ol tho abovo olslm.
Ami (unlier lake limine Mini action, uiuler
seel Inn tl, inllkt be Clilllllielu'eil liefnie 'lie issu-
.meenf snell eerlllleilti' "f linnnivelnents.
Railway Co.
The only nil mil route between
nil points Kiist, West mid South
to Rosslnnd, Nelson nnd nil
Intermediate points ; connecting ut Spokane with the Great
Northern. Northern Pacific and
O. R. & K. Co.
Connect: at Rossland with the Canadian
PaclHc Railway for Boundary Creek points.
Connects at Meyer's Falls with stage daily
for Republic.
Bullet Service on Passenger Trains between Spokane and Northport.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 10, 1901 :
DAV THAIS'.
l/envo.        Arrive.
SPOKANK    g.ait.m.     T.l.ip.ui.
ROSSLAND    HJ5n.ni.     I.Sipni.
NKI.SON     Ma.ni.     B.t.ip.m.
TOt.   A.  JAOX-OM,
General Paiscnger Agont.
, Midway Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Seventh Street, Midway,
Opposite Crowell's Hotel.
J. H. Tyrrell,  -  Proprietor.
„     SINSil and DOUBLE DRIVERS
PACK  and  SADDLE  HORSES
Hay anil Oats for Sale. - Bus Meets all Trains,
-.nepal Transfer ani Dray Business.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
A   NEW   FRATORE
Parlor-Cafe Cars
C0L1BIA1 KOOTENAY
BKTWEEN
NELSON
AND
MIDWAY
<!'      '■'-..ft     <§{&     t.
Fiwmki'i-
         -- .        .    fr.' *ta*9ft r
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u
Riverside Hotel
Rook Creek, B. C.
S.T. LARSEN, Prop.
St.pping l'l-*ce for St ages Ui
and from all Boundary
Creek points.
Good Accommodation for the Traveling ft*.
WWZWywrw ▼▼▼-.-.
Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
Meal
\  Uv carte
OK
able  cl   hot.
CIGARS
fhe nn
dersifftied hnving
re-opened this well-
LIQUORS   AND
AT
gTASTDASD    I»»IO=S
COMPLETK EQUIPMKNT
Unkqualleb in the West,
Thrnnsth hnoklngs In Vsnrnpe,
' ,  „ll  Alljintiu  HtlW.      '''■
I     j,|.|a ilrkBU from all points at
M til«11 y. or
know
n   und   com
ifortable    hotel   invites
the
patronage "I
Cfener
alh
BEST BRAN
all old customers and the public
DS OF  LIQUORS & CIGARS.
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A.tl.l'.A.,
Viufvouviirt I*- ^
,.„ertted ttntl comfortably furnLhed rooma.
-  .       si.'|>* for   lirraafai*
' 'Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.
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mftmk-ke.uu*-,*   *, 1 st,   ^ftn,7 7A  tnn^   nflfi 4.
THB   I) IS PATCH
MIDWAY, B. 0., AUGUST 25, J002.
MIDWAY 18 ON THE Mf TO STAY
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Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and oh easy terms.     Send lor maps, prices, and full particulars to
A. M. WOVENDEN, Sec,
30 St John .Street,
Montreal, P. Q.
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
0, M. CROUBH,
Agent fnr British Columbia,
Midway, B. U.
Pyritie  Smelting.
Itis a fact Ihut true pyritie smelting
has not yet lieen entirely accomplished
(by true pyritie siiiiltinir is meant Ihe
fusion of sulphide ores without the aid
of other fuel  than  the  sulphur contained in the ore itself), still inns of _H
hours at a time have I een nuiile, wil limit any outside fuel, hot slight iiregu-
lartties compel a blowout, and so partial pyritie smelting, or tbe addition
9.f some coke lo the clmrire is used at
present.   Lunge deHnes matte smelting as:: "The smelting  of  ores  composed of, containing or giving rise to
sulphides, for the purpose of cnlleiting
their values in a less quantity of urti-
flefnl sulphides," • Pyritie   smelting, i
, thin, issimply a division under malic I
Smelting  in  that   the  wastiug   and'
smelling nnirutionsare carried on ail
the same time in ihe same furnace.
The advantages to I e gained by pyritie smelting are enoruious, and if the I
true 1'ioeess emi   be developid there
will l e no flintier fuel bills,   As il  is,
they are  reduced   more   limn   half.
Theie is no  lime wasied,   nor skilled
llilnr required, in   irusliug, and the
extru expense of huilding n rousling
plmil, just for lhe pnrpnse of destroying Ihe fuel  which  nature stored in
the ore, is  a voided,    The process is
nntapplicable to high lead and  silver'
oich  as   tlie lead   will  volatilize  and
entry off values with it, nor is it  pus- ■
sible to work oxiitizedoresin Ihis wny.
Being in itself an oxidizing process it
Is of u*e only fur the fusion nf sulphides, as an oxide ore has in il nothing
nf a cftloilic nature,   This is why it]
h.is not found favor with the highly
Siiieious and oxidized ores ol Cripple
Creek and not haeaiise ihe process has
■proven a failure on ores that are suited
.for such treatment.'—Denver Reporter.
 ► *. ■
Hat Faith in theStemwInder.
A. A. Davidson, former president of
the Fairview corporation, has issued a
circular to tho shareholders of tlie New
Fairview Corporation, Says he; "I
rtrongly advise the shareholders at
large of Ihe ahove corporation to hold
I their stock and sell no shares under
Huy consideration at anything like lhc
prevailing prices.
I "Ihave lately received reliable information from Fairview stating that
" the above company has been mining
. for siyne lime hack very rich ore from
the Siemwindcr,
"Myohjeitin writing this is thnt,
as a large shareholder, 1 dn not wish
to see a majority of the stock gobbled
* upfront the shareholders at large by a
. few shareholdeis.
"1 have no hesitation in snying—and
my statement will be verilhd befoie
long, as il. will be impossible to keep
thn mutter qnr.it much longer—Unit
Ihe Stemwinder is now proving one of
the richest and bi'sl. mines in British
Columbia, ur in Canada."
**************** ************************************
rflen Wanted <* fc tz
To snll for the large Fonthill nurseries.   Applications should be filed at once.   Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.  ,
I WKLI-INOTON 8T. K.
TORONTO, ONT.
Stone & Wellington.
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Greenwood-Curlew
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line.
The undersigned is running a DAILY STACK between
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway. Stage will leave (ireenwood at 6:30 a. m., arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at Curlew
in time to connect with the train for Spokane du_ 10:45 returning
will leave Curlew at 5 p. lii,, upon arrival of incoming train,
reaching Midway at 7:30 p. rn. and Green woed at 9 p. m.
Will connect with Meyerhoff's Stage from all points West.
J. H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
809 SECOND AVE., SPOKANE,
 THE	
Leading Business Training School
OF THE
INLAND   EMPIRE.
FIVE  DEPARTMENTS.
Business, Shorthand and Typewriting, Civil
Service, Normal, Telegraphy.
Our aliments hnld thn reenrd nf th« United SUb's for prqlldancy iu
Business nnd Ciyil Service IiimiicIkh,  Send fnr cktftltf{slie.
E. H. THOMPSON, B. S., Principal.
BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.
t
The tonnage of ore shipped by the mines of the Boundary
District during 1901, and for first three months of 1902, is
as under:
1901 1902
Old Ironsides and Knob Hill group 231,762 68,366
Mother Lode  99,548 33,089
B.C  47,517       	
Sunset           800 150
Winnipeg     1,040 385
King Solomon        850       	
Snowshoe     1,731 757
No. 7       665 250
Jewel...       325 -    1,115
Golden Crown ,,... 420.1
Sundry small shipments     2,500 100
Totals 386,738      104,632
Shipments during 1900 totalled 97,837 tons ; during
the year 1901, to December 31st, 386,738 tons, and during
three months of 1902, 104,632 tons, making an aggregate of
589,207 tons. 1
THE
PIONEER HOTEL
GREENWOOD,     -     -     B. O.
One of the Best Equipped Hotels in
the Boundary. Everything First Class.
J. W. NELSON, Proprietor.
II J. H. BUSH
fa
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GENERAL   BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Executed to the Satisfaction of Customers

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