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MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY,   MAY,   14.
1904.
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New Arrivals
of Qood Things to Eat.
j   Christies Celebrated Biscuits:
■">■       CHEESE WAFERS. GRAHAM WAFERS. HONEY, RICE,
SOCIAL TEA and FANCY MIXED BISCUITS.
Ontario Cheese,«® «*«•
/V QO16S    £'n'e(^ c3uarters ^ne flavored.
Mortmalarlo home made in patent
IVlCtl lllCUdUC) stoppered glass  bottles.
Jellies,
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assorted in 5 pound tins equal to any
home made.
Herrings,
by the pound or 25IK pail
Fish Labrador,
V-/OQ"IlSh.  whole, skinned and boned.
J. MCNICOL.
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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    is
YOUR TRADE
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
Ap.rtyof M Gil' Students
Visiting the Mining
Camps in B. C.
A party 'of McGill students,
who are taking a mining course,
visited Nelson during the week.
They lire in charge of professor
J. Bousell Porter and his assistant J. F. Robertson, who is a
brother of William Fleet Robertson, provincial mineralogist.
There are 19 students iu the
party, The car on which they
are travelling is provided with
comniisary department as well
as sleeping accommodations
and is in charge of J. L. Irwin,
who is a brother of Mr. Irwin,
the port stewart of the Canadian Pacific steamers in tliis
section.
The party has been for several
days on the road and the object
is to get a practical insight into mining and the reduction of
ores by visiting the mines, smelters, and Mills in the mining
sections of the dominion.
While on the way west the
party visited the nickle deposits
of Sudbury at Copper Cliff, inspected coal mines at Leth-
bridge, Frank, Fernie, Morrissey
and Michel, tmd the silver-lead
mine of the St. Eugene company
at Moyie.
It is thought that they will
visit the Kail  Mines  smelter.
They went from Nelson to Trail,
to inspect the smelter, the lead
refining plant-and the big  concentrating plant that is being
erected i'or the War Eeagle and
Centre Stir mining companies
Next  the   mines   in liossland
camp,   the   smelter at Grand
Forks, thesmelter at Greenwootl,
and the mines of Phoenix  and
other camps in   the Boundary
'A ill be visited.
Last year the trip was made
to the Michigan copper mines,
the year before tbat, to the
mines at Sydney, Cape "Breton
and in 1901 the class visited the
Kootenays, stopping principally
at Rossland.
$2.00 per Year.
$3,500,000. The outlook is that
the surplus at the end of the
fiscal year on ordinary revenue
will be in the vicinity of $20,000,
000, and that there will be big
reductions in the public debt.
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A Remarkable Rescue.
Buried in An   Ore Shoot  For
Twenty Or.8 Hours.
Boundary (Ve Shipments
Lacking but a few tons the
Granby mines alone have shipped 200,000 tons of ore thus far
this year. As the company's
smelter handles some custom
ore the tonnage of the reduction
works is somewhat larger than
that of the mines.
Following are the Boundary
ore shipments for the last week:
Granby    mines     to    Granby
smelter     10,260
Mother Lode to Greenwood 2,560
Emma to Granby  and
Greenwood  ,390
Oro Denoro to Granby —     30
Mty
Thomas Drug Co.    Midway    |
Total for week 13,240
Total for year to date 286,105.
Last week the Granby smelter treated  12,501   tons of ore,
making a total for this year of
221,851 tons.
What is currently believed to
be oue of the most remarkable
cases of rescue from disaster in
a niineonrecord wttsaccomplished in Phoenix on Tuesday in
the Granby mines. A man was
buried for 21 hours iu an '.i'i'
shoot, with hundreds and perhaps thousands of tons of ore
on top of him, and yet he was
takenout alive aud comparative-
-ly uninjured.
Saturday  morning   about   8
o'clock, William L£u.U, a miner
employed at the Granby mmes*
was walking acoss the top of Xo
0 raise to the No. 1   tunnel of
the Knob Hill mine    The shoot
had been filled for some time,
hut it was seemingly not known
that the ore had been gradually
taken away from beneath, leaving a thin and treacherous crust
of ore, at thc top.  As Hull went
over it, the   whole mass  went
de wu, and he was quickly engulfed and covered up   by   lite
pitiless     cbalcopyrite,    which
closed i'n on  him  ou ali  sides.
The alarm was soon given and
many   willing  hands   were at
work in no time,   digging out
the unfortunate miner,   led   by
superintendent   Williams   und
foreman Dermody.
It was difficult to make much
headway in the work  of rescue
owing to the nature of the surroundings,      Nevertheless,    it
was  continued without  interruption until 5 or 6 o'clock Suu-
day morning  when Hall  was
taken out and tenderly carried
to the hospital.   It   wa,s  found
that no bones had been broken
but he had  sustained bruises,
aud one leg was badly crushed.
For nearly an entire day Hall
was in his precarious position,
and one which everyone at the
mine  and    through   the  city,
where the interest iu   the outcome was intense,   thought   to
have beeu fatal, or accompanied
at best with fatal results.   During all this time also  he was
conscious but the draft through
the  mine   workings  made  it
bitterly cold   for  him.   Superintendent Williams and Doctor
Boucher, mine   physician,   did
not leave the spot  from   the
time they arrived till Hall was
taken out and sent to the care
of the  nurses.   A  large  iron
bar was carried by Hall  when
he fell and doubtless tended  to
shield him somewhat,
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An Increase In Revenue.
Ottawa May 9.— The statement of revenue fend expenditures of the doniinion for the
ten months ended April 30th,
shows the revenue to be $56,
728, 716. compared with $52,616,
811 for the same time last year,
an increase of $4,111,875.
The expenditure for the same
period was $35,802,813, an increase of $877,000, showing a
j betterment in finances of over
May Bond Combination.
Denis Clark, of Spokane, was
in Greenwood recently looking
at the Combination, a crown
granted claim just north of the
town and •near the Elkhorn.
Considerable work has been
done on the claim and very
rich ore has been takeu from it,
It is understood the Mr. Clark
was merely inspecting the property preparatory to bonding it.
Other parties stand ready to
bond the claim should Mr. Clark
not do so, and it is very probable that work will be begun
on this property in the immediate future. li
w.vir ,ni-jt-, ui.uei' yearly nr imujcuiji aim"
option of the (ralwcribw.
Advertising rates nont on application.
SATURDAY.    MAY It,  U»i
As has been its custom for a
number of years, Midway will
again this year hold a celebration on May 24th, when good
prizes will be offered for horse
races, base ball matches and
athletic sports. Excursion
trains will be run from all!
Boundary towns aud no expense will be spared to make \
the celebration equal to, if not
superior to those of former
years.
THE LUMBER INDUSTRY
Mr. Morrison of New Westminster and the other Liberals
from British Columbia have
called the attention of Parliament to the unsatisfactory state
ot the lumber trade in British
Columbia. The American manufacturers having a large surplus stock are making a slaughter market of Manitoba and
the Northwest. Mr. Morrison,
in the course ot his able speech
stated that at present Hi per
cent of the lumber taken into
the Northwest came from
the United States. Rough lumber comes into Canada free,!
while the United States bave a
duty of $2 per thousand, which |
will likely be increased. The
American manufacturers have
lower transportation rates
than the British Columbians:
It was pointed out that British
Columbia consumes large quantities of tiie products of the
Northwest and Eastern Canada]
which are for tbe most part j
protected. Altogether a good
case, was made out for adequate
protection to one of our chief industries. British Columbia has
enormous timber resources, and
to allow the Americans to furnish three quarters of the lumber used ih the ever-growing
market of Manitoba and the
Territories cannot be satisfactory to anyone except perhaps Mr. Scott, Liberal member
for the West Assiniboia. and
Mr. Thos. Mackie, Liberal member for North Renfrew Ont.
and a few others for selfish
reasons, and the small but
■'nost extinct number of Lib-
jrals who are opposed to pro-
teetion of any kind. Hon. Mr. I
Fielding promised to give due
consideration to the matter
when the budget was dealt with, j
but the matter will probably
be referred to Hon. Clifford
Sifton. Several Conservatives
took part in the   debate ahd,
if "mrse, upheld the views of
: .-.sh Columbia's Liberal
members.
MINERAL ACT
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Carrying His Majesty's Hails
Will leave MIDWAV on Tuesdays. Thurs-
davs and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. m., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5,p.m.       j    .
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at'o'a.'m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 3.05 p. m.,and making connection with the train going east at 2:cs o'clock.  .
\     The best of accommodation for
the convenience  nf  the
travelling public.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
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MIDWAY
VICTORIA DAY
MAY 24,1904.
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-j^GRAND CELEBRATIONS-
-INCLUDING-
HORSE RACES
EASI BALL MATCHES
ATHLETIC SPOBTS.
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Excursion Trains Will Be Run From
Al! Boundary Towns
Band Wili Be In Attendance.
of   Improve-nents
NOTIOB.
1'r-i'CHER Bov   Misiaui  Claw.
xa'e in  the Greenwood Mlnlnn Division
■!i' Yale  District.   Where located : In
"»?mi Camp on the West Fork or' Sett
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TAKE.VOTICE that   I. John   P. McLeod
'  Vtee Miners' certificate Sn. &*S10.  acting
as agent (or Robert D. Kerr. Free Miner's Certificate .Vo. b."Sj53>0 and Philip D. 3, Htaohope
fnw Miner's CerUdcatc N'o. SS487, intend.*ijxty
■ ■ ,'• -n ibsAate hereof, toitoply a the Mining
.   ■;    :r tor r'erufln**e    ot   lm?rovr?njeat3.
tor ,n: pumuse ot obtaining Crown Grant   of
the abore claim.
And further take notice that action,   under
>:tion 37. mant  be commenced before the
mance of such Certificate of Improvementa.
PnLod this 9th toy jf April, 13W,  .
J P. McLEOD
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THE
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMER
With Which is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia
HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO.
Paid-up Capital, 	
Reserve Pond 	
Aggregate Resources (30 No v. RXB; over
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LONDON OFFICE
NEW YORK AGENCY
60 LOMBARD STREET, E
WM. GRAY        ]
H. B. WALKER]   gents
16 EXCHANGE PLACE.
In addition the Bank has 107 branches and Agencies in Cans
aud the United States, including the following in^British Cobs
bia and the Yukon Territory:
ATLIN.    GREENWOOD,    NELSON,    YANCOUTER t2 oflBca
CRANBROOK,        KAML001>S,. NEW WESTMLV.q
DAWSON,       NANAIMO. LADYSMITH, VICTl,Ki
FERNIE, WHITE HORSE.
BRANCHES IN THE UNITED STATES
New York, San Francisco,        Portland, Seattle, Skar*tt\
Deposit* received, exchange bought and sold and  even
scription of banking business transacted.
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• Mrs. N. Munroe.
Thomet,   of    Midway,
1 visitor to Grand   Forks
the week.
Barns is breaking on a
fer train on the Columbia
|estern between here and
THE MOST   DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONTINENT!
Through Salt Lake City, Gleet-wood Spring, Leadville. Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver
* |£,| RovikCi'jek. B. C.
S. T LABS J, Prop.
Stopping place for Stages to     *
and from Jill Boundary
IZrvt-k points.
, Sword, of New West-
r, and commissioner of
ies, was in town a few
lis week.
C. J Leggatt. and Mrs
Atwood    of  this   town.
a few days this   week at
ihwood, the guests of Mrs.
IT. McLiine.
i and Mrs. Ellis, of Carnduff,
7. Tn parents of Harry Ellis
iiy of this town, spent a few
liu Midway this week. Mr.
ijnC. P. R. station agent at
aiuff.
Morris,  assistant  eommis-
|r of lands and   works, of
|pn, was in Greenwood last
By to settle a  dispute  in
|d to the water  right of
treek between the citizens
reenwood  and Anaconda
lliara Fowler is installing
Jer, hoist and pump on the
jnce claim just east of
iwood. The forecast is
It one that under Mr. Fow-
|rianagement the Defiance
a shipper of lots of rich
fcithin the next few month*.
'Thursday, May oth. a sum*
■ was servwl on William
fry of the sawmill near Rock
ik. fur attempted as.-ault on
Wilder, whose husband is
in California. Instead of
ing the summons Emery
land tried to break into the
woman's house and theu I
id into Uncle Sara's   terri- j
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Meeting of  the  Executive
iiitttee   of the   Provincial
ng Association  of Briti**h
nibia will be held at Nelson
Wednesday,   18th inst., at j
o'clock, p. m.   The special I
jMss of the meeting will be|
jo consider the question   of
■r-'mij  the   resolution   af-
mz the silver-lead   industry j
British    Columbia,    urging j
[the surplus, if any, of thei
k'priation voted under thej
I Bounty Act be distributed J
A DayligKt Pide TKroMgk Nature's foQ^M kWWlfoM ftp (),„  ^^  Uh
Passing Castle date, Canyon of Tlie Orand.^TenaMaaa Paaa,
Marshall Paaa and the;Royai Qorge
TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN OGDEN ANO DENVER
SEEK   NO
EgUIMENT anoISebvice -Secono TOtNone
FURTHER.   FOR    BETTER    CAN'T    BE    FOUND
For DetailaQaloraation,uAMrtM
W.C. McBRIDE,   Oeneral   Agent
114 TMrt Stmt
otmmjtm. orgoon
D. Q. MILLS.
AGENT FOR
Hitchell, Lewis & Staver Comany,
WHO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
FARMING IMPLEMENTS & WAGONS
CHAMPION MOWERS AND RAKES.
HADLEY RANCH, WASH, p o. Add**,. Mid-™--, a r
Reridener on« mile walk
ot Midway.
DR.  SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block. Greenwood
Phone 9*5. V. A >'.
A Business Proposition.
If you are going east a care-1
i ful  selection ot' your route is;
'essential to   the  enjoyment of
your trip. If it is a baisness
. trip time is the main eonsider-
'. atiou; if a pleasure trip, scenery
and the conveniences and com-!
forts of a modern railroad.
|    Why not combine all by using
Tourist
Cars East
Many experienced travelers
prefer tourist sleeping cars
for the transcontinental
journey.       The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St
Paul Railway
can arrange for ynur trip
ea>-t in tourist cars, offer you
choice ot routes and save
vou monev.
S. ROWE.
Oeneral Agent.
134 Third Street, Portland
C. J. LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR Axn        | the ILLINOIS CENTRAL, th,;
NOTARY PUBLIC, j Up-Tu-Date RikuI. running two
I trains daily from St.   Paul and '
Minneapolis, and from, Omaha,
to    Chicago.    Free   Reclining
Spokane Falls &Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson k Ft, Sheppapd
TICKETS
-TO ANO FKOII ALL-
Points   East
MIDWAY.
b. c.;
Railway
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f  M.KERBY
A. 9. Can. Soc. C. E.
Provincial Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL    ENGINEER.
Olflceat Gk.-.vd Forks.
VfTcLEOD k BROWN.
Barristers. Solicitors. Etc.
Greenwood. B. C.
J. S.   HARRISON.
I'hair Cars, the t',unun7Buffet--: H8<i Ml)M RlHpJ CO.
Uhrary-Sincking Cars. all
trains vestiK^jled. In short
thoroughly modern thorough-
out. All tickets reading via the
Illinois Central will he honored
on these trains and no extra
fare charged.
Our rates are the same as
those of inferior roads — why
not get yonr money's     worth
Write    for    full particulars.
B. H. TRrMBULr.
Commeri'ial Agent.
Was&iiig
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& 6. Jr. By,
Van.
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The   T'y
points »i-*. w
all
rail  route  betw
•een
Und. N-'.- :.
Breal Northe
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and 30 ;*.h ; c
Nei-on with t
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'■.   kane  with
S r hern Pacific
r points ei-'.   ;
els at Ros-Und
■r idian Pacifit:
the
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I June 30  1905, among pro} N0TARy pLBUC
rs or lead ore who had itj
ntageous uuder present
*r unusual conditions to ex-
their ore for treatment and
ceting, and (2) to consider
>osition in regard to the
ion of placer claims over
claims, as shown by the
it Supreme Courts decision
e case of Tanphe vs. Mor-
st. al.. arising out of the
ion of the Shamrock placer
i over the Lucky Jack
ml claim at Poplar Creek,
sr business will include conation of correspondence
b the Convention last Feb-
>', reports of committees, and
tt matters connected with
|Wions passed at the Con-
|ion.
PEAL ESTATE,]
APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CER-;.
TIFICATE5 OF IMPROVEMENTS!
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PRE*!
EMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
.MIDWAY. B. C.
Connect* at Nel«on with the K. P.. A N.
Co. for Kaalo a • d Slocan points.
Conn**t'r» at   Curlew   with   itag .-   for
Greenwood ami Midway B. C.
Portland, Oregon !     Bafret   ears   mn   on   train,   between
Spokane and H-poMtc.
WECTrVB JTOS 14, 1 JOS:
MINERAL ACT.
J. C'Linusky.
T.F. &P. A..
PortlandOre,
Paul B. Thompson,
F. & P, A„
Seattle,   Washington.
WANTED
leeaxe. Arrive.
Uv-L  SPOKANE  lUp.m.
10.D I.I  R09SI.AXD  OSpm.
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MJ.1 ia ORAND FORKS.... IM p.m.
UOam            RSPUBUC  6.11 pjn
General Pa«ea««r Ages*.
Seekase Wwh.
Certificate of   Improvement!
WOTIOl
NO. 3 Mimwu. Cial*.
SptClal. R»M8S*lTiTTT« la thin and
| jv'!«iniri-j tenr.ori<», to nj?re**eal ud aiver-
::-■ \n std wtakUdhed '-.-.r.em home at  wiid
Smtii.MAl *uadla(.   9elM7   tti  weeilr, with j
e.\ ;»'!!*.•*. *dT*iiiced eaca Mondtf by ciwek
direct (Mm ItendqaarUr*.   KipcaM* utr-uic-
I ed; podUon permamnt.  We fumah  ererr-
: thing.
1 Address Th« Colniahlji.   SB Monon  B-silding.
; ChJcig", 111.
MANAQER WANTED
WANTED
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SHORT LINE
TO
Spokane, Seattle and Coast Points,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago
AVI) POINTS BAST
2-X-z-mlsas Seall-ar ft
torn E4ulam*n: Thraaghout, Day Coacheii.
HiaM and Tooriit Sleepers. Ditung and
_hiS*l Smoklnf Library C
Tor Tk*keu' Rar«. K'lliiers and Tall
Inforaation. call on or urirfr ■
A<y Aftat of the Greet   Northern   Railway
jr write
H. BRANDT, 0. P. £ T. Agent
SFOkijrt, Vf.xfll.
3.G. YERKES.G. Vf. T. A.
SsartLK. Vfisn.
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A   man  tn   r>pr*"i**nt   "Casada's
GftKATltsT NtTRSERins" in the town of
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
Sltuat* Int
tha Greenwood Mineral DlTliion of
Tale District.   Where located : In Carmi
Illl'Un). OiT      •     .•11 i      samp, on the west fork of the Kottlo r.ver.
■"      P> tO StLoULS   till   yoni-J-AKENCmcK lbU.1.  JohJi   P.  MoUod
0r w*"ite to the  Chicago,!    Vne Minep'* K>xtamtoVo.tmmmiJoijo9
-   -     —     .    _*.,' j »»«««nt for Robert D. Kerr Kree Miner's Cer
The uadenrirgned  having been re.-*ored
health by  simple   means after suffering (or
eveeal yean with a severe lung irfecdon. ami
  tbat dread diseawConsumption, isaniiou., ;o
MIDWAY And «ni rounding ronntry j make inown to ais fellowiurfer*! themeins of
and lat"? r'rdi-r» for cure.  Tothoee whode»ireit,he wDlchenrfully
! .«emi  free of charge! a copy of the pw.-rrption
8OB HABDY  SPECIALTIESi^r^^^^^Z
TmstworthyUdyor   gentle;   ^ ^ ^ ^ fn^   ^tom^ne^-,■.-...
man to manage business in thi.**-
country and adjoining territory
IriBg the presenption.  which
. :hem
Opnamfintals. Shrubs, Roses,
for well and favorabry known I     Vmes. S^d Poutm *c       S^K^iK
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^tmHtoct true in name Jind tr* Irom san | New York.
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