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1, No. 24.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY. DECEMBER 15,   1902.
$2,00 per Year.
[Below we offer a list of sensible
iristmas Gifts, a class of goods
lich we believe are being appreci-
fed more by the public each year.
<ui Collars,  in  Electric   Seal,   Cooney.
:ar and Dog,   a lovely gift.
t)ress .Lengths in Serges and  Meltons.
French   Flannels,   waist  lengths,   latest
Itterns.
JAstrachan Mitts Gauntlet,  in Hlack and
Elite.
Kid lined Gloves, rur tops.
Handkerchiefs, plain and embroidered.
I.SIippcrs, Hair Conbs, Pocket  Books.
A pair of shoes.
VA pair of slippers,
Hats, soft,   in high and low crown, Fedora, Coronation and Derby.
Neckties,    Four in hand,   the
designs.
Silk Mufflers.
Silk Handkerchiefs, plain and
Cloves and Susix'iulers.
The
Litigation Ended.
Waterloo Conpany   gets
back its Claim.
newest
liiial.
imiinim
2§
25
Twenty Five per
off
Curing tliis llth we will give this Gash Diseoant
|n all Men's suits and overcoats, and all Boy's and
Mita' clothing; goods are all marked in plain figures,
rn take off the discount.
McNicol flidway.
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III rnnfnruiatiun nf a report pub
lished i- (••■nlly III Til. DISPATCH tlml.
llii' WateilnnUnniinlid iled Mining nnd
Milling Cunipniiy hurt offered George
M. Hiitinm. a rush coiHidttrntinn t.>
forego lii.» claim tn thn Waterloo Min-
fnil eliiiui the following farts urn now
Mihulltlud i   On the twenty second nf
lllBt Allgllst BlUIHe!. ITI'drdl'J 111-     InCIl-
linn nf a mineral clnim which he bixA
niuned ihe Fractional Waterloo Fmc*
I innal cliiill), AciTnipunylng his nltl-
(In vil. nf Inialion, etc, wns a pi in
whldh showed hii locution In .inrliiife
nil tjte ground known H8 the WhIpp-
Inn Erartiiiniil mineral elaini, including $ie ground the new Watf HoocrlflP
pany wns etipi used tn hive acquired
from the old VVnlcilno compuny and
on which nre located a stump mill,
trniiiM ny, shaft nnd hoist of Ilie Wat-
cil.A mine. On the eighteenth of
lust Oilnlier Itnpert B. Venner record
pd the li'Ciilinn nf thc Wellington
FraMi'mal miiiPt'iiland trieplaii annul-
pajjlying his affidavit showed Iiis luga-.
linn to envcr pratically the snme
gntiiul. Reeintly Miiivpymice, dated
OtijMur eighteenth, Of the Wellington
Fliicliiin.il clniiii fnun Venner In tin*
■ Waterloo ( cmtnlidntcd Mining and
Milling cntii|-atiy, of Spokane, wuh 11
stated c nsideiHtinn of two hnndM-d
and sixty flvn dollins, Kxus filed'for
twnnl. On Hip fotnth instant enn-
vevinipif thi' FiHclionnl WnttTlnn
Pfactmioil mil cfal clnim frnm Brunei in Ihe .hii e cnni|iiiny. with stated
c'insiii. ration of one thousand dnlljirs.
was 11'sn III,d fm lecuril. Mmnnhile
after liennet li cited ihe c'ailll, thr
Wntcrhni Fractional clnim «iw purveyed l,y Forties M. Keihy and iippli
pillion fm ceililicnle of in piiivrineius
piepjiirlrriy to olilniiiieeut , I a crow,
grunt, Hits iniule on I ehnlf of tile
Whieiln'o (otiMilidnled Mining and
Milling Oi inpjiny. The fjifeglttni
piirlicii'ir* werp taken from the ofllei
nl records on lile nt ihf olBce ill (it. en
wood of the Mining Iternrrter lor thc
K"ti'e River Mfiling Divihinn, ("amp
M'-Kinnev heing in said division, Ac
kiinwledgenieut of Burnet's convey
nni-e wns sent .untie dnys agn to tin'
U'nlerli.11 (.'pnipatty al .Spiiknne. 13. II
tiei's lawyers lmd alrendy is-ued n
wiil. tn nlitiiin an injunction forbidding
lhe Waleilnn (lowpHliy fi'uin tta-spns
silicon . tlie gi nund . covered !>y hi.-
FiRPtinnal Waterloo Fractional lliin
end ilyinl, nnd fd* deciaiiitioii thai
ihe WaierlnnOiinsnlldnted Frni'tiohnl
mineral claim is nnt n.vulid claim, hin
lhey are nnw dkontimiihrf thisae1'l"n
against the companj. It is slated,
though nnt riiiremid. thnt n furlher
eash Cnnsldeiatlon is to he received hy
hoih Vennerand Rennet, after a ritiwn
grmt to tlie claim has heen secured
hy the Waterloo company.
Repirt. «.f Annual  Meeting.
A meeting,!,f III ■ slinrehn|il"is nf the
Knnietinv jMiinng Cut p my wns held
reepn'ly iu Viciiulu. A u njnrity nf
thp shares W"t» lepre-ehlpd nnd aft.' f
a hjligtlleneil lolisiilenltiini nf lhe nf
fans uf the roiupunv, it wiih tesnlved
tn olfer the liulaiice of the treasury
shines for side iu urder to liquidilc
lhe claims agaiiMU the conipnny, it I e
ing report*d to the nieeling thnl ow
Ing to the favorable a peel nf affairs
nn iidjniuiuB properties there would
he im difficulty in disposing ot sulliei
cnl slimes in Spokai e nod elsewhere
to put the ciuupitiiy's affairs in good
i. iml il inn. Mi. P. .1, Hickey, who wns
present at the meet ing, Staled thnt ou
the Waterloo clnim, which adjoin*
the Fontenoy griuind. a vein three feel
wide had heen encountered in the dice
of the drift not more i han .HI) feel fiom
the Fontenoy hoiindary line, nnd thin
he had heen informed by Mr. Clarke,
of Spokane, who had.now secured cun
■ imlof *he Waterloo, that this ure
assayed about $117 per ton, Mr. Hick
py also gave a hrief uulline of Hip
work which bad heen done on the
company's clnim at Camp McKinney.
.md staled that, thp workings were an
in good shape, and ready fnr a cont u
nation of tinning operations. Tlleie
are thiee shnfls on  tlie; properly—om
at'a depth  uf  llll feet,   fr  whirl
I hfee drifts'lnld heen started,' atflU, (>•
and HO feul depth rcspeethelv. Two
veins -httd .heei, eneuiintcied, nne ol
linsc me nnd one flee luillllig ill-.
Akhivk ns high as IjDjIlii tun had heen
olitnined fiom th. Jft-ee nnllii g vein
Mr. H, Jjuj-iinter Lnmh wns appuiuted
In (III n viioniii y an ihe honed and Mr.
Sargisbn was iippnintcd secretary uf
thecouijiiuiy.
por nien is gniiliiril'v ciunlil uttg lie
eynnide |rl Hit, whieh ii is pxn 'cied "11
lip ru mug hy the spring, N'i iiisiiii.,g
lluf milling nt" ■l'r is in progee.s oil th"
Sietuwimler nt. pr's'-ni. Lot it. is in-
'■••nd ii to push pvodlti tion nnd tr.-nt-
rin.nl work nf'er f.lie uynnldc npp'i-
an' i" s'nill hivp a'! Is en instnlh d.
At Olalla hut,   lirt.je   whej*    wns   iu
III', gfess   llll! Ill    11   ill   V    I'i'V     wllee
Mu Ni 'Ijel I'lat" slii'inp niili is I eii g
out ill, mnch -irliviiy wns no'iipnlile,
I'Iip u.ii-nury fiiiiudalinu-■ f..r ill" mil
wpcp well forwerd. (.he lluni" wns in
"OU'Sp of eiiiiH'rui'tioi., nnd lite right ft
wny for tin'Itninwiiy trom liteniipe.
■vlii-h is at nn nliiluile   nf allom  tl.Mll
feel to till' mill   sil" in I lip    vnl'ev    Oe
low li nl   lieen   elr-nr-il   nnd    guuliig
poii'i ne',(I.      IV I    nf   the   wny  the
Irani "il! hi-a grnvji y   tine  and over;
the remainder nf its length eleeirlrliy
vill lip tlie nroiivp p',i ver. li wi'l
jii'olmlily take until next smimi'r I"
iru.pleie    the   con |rjii;;tiv i !y    hug"
inu'imt nf cnnsTuciion   work   to  he
llUie    llele.       Merinvvhile   all   nt'l'IIIIL'e-
inents for sithfi qu ul ruiitlnunus oiieia
llion will he push fl   l)ll  will.
More- th»n half Carbon.
W. i;l.i|jeni"ip, M Hi3, ion.*ul|irg
engineer I', r ill. A-hnnl. Conl colli*
puny ul Tnrontii. gives Hi" following
I' the LO rmi
depih of 700
i|'enili''uis Inst,
e, i. lixeil car-
.-ill's 'iF :in nn ,lysis   i
-IIIII "f colli, ' 'It   :ll   ll
•i t. during the hurTrtg
ill: Moisiuie. 1.1,2 pe, .
■Irrlrle
III il-t-
99999
.it
fa
Xmas is very near
And to help to celebrate we give ke a few samples of
presents, Useful as well as Ornamental.
m
\fa
\fa
(is
fa
fa
fa
UeraeD's Fur caps in Seal, Blaek Persian Lamb, Otter, Rat
at from $2. to $3,50 whieh is Wow actual eost. Paney
chiefs, Romeo slippers,!aney wool Over shirts,Womhat Fur Coats
and Alaskan Seal
at cost.
Claims near Chesaw Bonded.
A deal hon lawn closed where
l>y the Ben Harrison gi"tip nf
tour clninis, lucnted one half mile from
CIicbiiw p.isscs to lhe owneiship of the
Opal-Mining lotnpuny, of Culiunlius.
Ohio. The cipupany's represpnlai,ive.
\V. (!. I'aay, was in the cninp for
some lime examining ihevniious milling prnpefties. The group was fur
inetly owned hy .I. P. Blaine, of Ohesaw, and a great amount nt work lins
hern done on the property during the
past I hi en years. The properly hns a
l.ig ledge, which assays high iu gold
nnd carries a good per cenl of clipper.
Mr, 1'iay aiiuouiues ihat ns soon as
the ne'vssnry ariangenients can lie
iniide he will put a large fo'r. e of men
at work on the property aid make all
niraiigeuieiils lor (nking*.<iut ute. He
nlso expects to have a mill in ■ opera
(inn nu I he property some time next
-mnmer. No one connei-ted with the
de.il will state what the pure'inse
price is, lint reports put it at $31 ttm.
Mr. Peay hns tcini'\iy,dv to Ooluiiihns
having' the develnpuient work iu
charge of Mr. Blaine.
r-.ltisfil
lion, f)2 2 p. ii rent;
,i.l.|p mailer, liiII pi
This uii' ysis is
r-ho'viiiL'ivcouil'iiriiiivnlv Inw peeieut-
ilge (if ash nnd tlie oiirlinn (lercehtng.
higher Ihnn I lint. otiLn ined liuui siirl'ju p
li-i.il.
TIip Osnyos !t S'uii krinnnn Coil
lv Kxi'lni-iiiiincoiunnuy i- p.-rfre'iing
ti le to its extensive holdings. Tnis
Completed, il is th" intention m form
n   strong   deveh pntenl   C p.-mv.  sn
thul. hy spri"g active   np-rilions will
h" cuuiniriiceu.
The Veiniilhoi, | .ills Mi. ing ft P-
vi'lopne nt eoiep tu v hri.-ue-.s d hol'iug
np"rntions for.t.h.e-nrpspiii. Toe coin-
pany is develppiiu' "lie nf lhe *_*.>i-f;'•,•
senms, ami h-is cnni|ileled ihe rm.nii g
of a nevv iidit.
Have  Increased    Wagds
lii'iu   I'n iii
The ('HI
if leu liegiitinMi'i'S »ii
[ mil tee of til- Older   '
j duplies nnd tliellmll
1 wav Trainmen*   huve
Will-esnf nil COIldItPlol'S
yaidiiipu ea*t  of Kurt,
advances aiiioiint tii til
vear.
Railvv.iv
.,   jnint
■   ll-iil-.iiy
j lior ril
At the Different Camps.
Cm
;.inn-
C.ti-
llnil-
ii cipa-pil i'Hp
tr mini n  j-nd .
Willi    The
oui   $260,000 n-
Two Liberate Blected.
Th" liyeehction in Vnrmot.h. N. S.,
In till 111" viir-ancy eoi-nl hy the ap-
poimnienl of T. li. Flint to I lie clerkship nf the House of Cur ns, resulted in the return of of B. fi. I.iw, Lilieral, hy 2T.I) uuijorily over Tlioniiis R.
Onnii'i;, ('onsen rriive. Iii Argen*.
teuil, Que...Tlu s. I luisiie, l.ihein.l, do-
fe.iled, ill: I'erley hy nearly 200.
M W, Monk, agent; at Greenwood
fnr the'Hamilton   Pnwihr  Company,
reci*nlly returned from a trip to (Inmp 'The Yukon  Election.
McKinney, KuirvlVw nnd the .Similka-      Kx (lovcrli'itr ■'■ M. fins wjis i-leiied.
ineen.   Al.Camp M"PKinney thn Cnri-   lls th ■ lir-t lepi-esiuiiaiive nf   lhe   Yu-
hoo McKinney M: *'M. Oo's mine nnd   Uiui in the l)ini<1iil*u>   Parllani.nl.
stamp uiill were heing operated with
the usual nunihei'lif metion'iliH payroll.   On the Waterloo  10 men  were
at work wilh J, Harvey in clincge. nnd
lhe vein was started to he Innking » ell
in Ihe face nt the drift, at the  lull I nil
level, where llieiv was  hclween  three
and fnur feet nf |{i*1d quart.   Oi.   nf a I ,„H yt'.u- incrpjis-d  hv
siilisfai'toiygrndi'.        '• t|„,  exuejuliture    ad jam
At Kairview the New Fairvlew ('or-
The tol.il ejirning-'of the l-il.errnlnn-
i'a'l Kailway for the 'tlsc.nl year ending
June H'l aum'nl..I to ItiS.lwI/Wo,
anil iii" wo king esp nsi-s In ijt.Vo-l,-
511., slid'wit'ik ;i (ir HI ol j»!)i.Y.!i Tin*
e onings jiseiintpaied wiili the previ-
160, while
I.y  only
llll
SUI.lll.
Boundary Ore Shipments.
The tdrtrmge of ore shipped by the mines ol the
District during 1901, and hi- 1922, up to Dacsmbsr
under:
1901
'Old Ironsides and Knob Ilill Effotra M-l,
Ladies Coliarittes and Gauntlets, Japanese Trays, b.smuth metal,
Traysi n different varieties ,Opal Fancy Plates .Smoking Sets Powder
Boxes, Pin Trays and Utility Trays, besides a good many other arti*
cles fit for presents.	
In the Grocery (in. m Have ^h Candied Peels    Layer Raisins,
Seeded and Seedless Raisins, Currants, and all k.nds of Spiced, fresh.
' Mother Lode	
[B.C ;.:	
Sunset	
Kniin'a	
Winnipeg	
I King Solomon	
yli Snowshoe	
J No. 7	
Jewel	
Golderi Crown	
Sundry  small shipments..
group
99.54s
47.51/
800
1,040
S50
i.73i
665
■r- 5
sOO
HAIN & CO.
MIDWAY.
^(ccc
*&m
m-
$
Totals...	
Shipments during ' 1900
year 1901, to  Qecembef
tfbx7:.±
thi:
1902, to December
933''74 toi"
fist.
ed   97,837   tons
386,738 tons,
soun'ciiuy
1 st. is as
1902
i 80,6b 1
12?, 577
11,6:7
6,750
6,700
7*5
15.940
532
2.175
625
287
■vs8*599
during
ilurin<r
UK
1st, 448,599 tons, making an aggregate of mzi/ooA/
cr
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THE
C. M. CROUSK Wdltor anil Proprietor
Published weekly at. Midway, ll. C.
Subscript inn prlco, |2110 por annum, payable
In advance, elthor yearly or half yearly at the
option of the subscriber.
Advertising rales soul on application.
MONDAY, DEOEMBEKIS. 19(12.
Boots
and
Shoes
A. Maslonka
formerly of Nelson, B. C,
has oqened a Boot and
Shoe store in Midway,
with a large stock on
hand.
Boots
and
Shoes
made to order.
Repairing   promptly attended to-
All work guaranteed.
Only the best stock used*
A. Maslonka.
Hon. T."R. Mclnnes, Ex Governor of
British Columbia, will run as un  Inde
pendent in Din raid for the Commons
General Dewet in his history of the
Boer waj| spares neither Briton, not;
Boer,he Milrges the British with'ill
treittnienf of women uud children,
and dedhres that .the j^nei-s would
have defeated ill. British, if Bit many
nf the fofitier had not heen false to
Iheir rolitfa. He urges Ilie Boers to
he loyal to th« new govei tiiuent.
According to the Victoria Cnlonfst
Mr. .1. N. Greenshields in mi interview
at Seal de said amongst other
thing-: "At the present time the
road (th- Otnijli X trth.rtt) I* Mini . completed r hi I .irt, Arthur to
Prince Allien, a distance nf 1830
miles.. From Prince Albert it will run
almost due west to Edmonton, and it
is the expecta>I'm that it will Iw 'ihere
hy the spring nf WH. Whether or
not it is extended to the paciflit const
depends entirely upon Ihe action of
the British Columbia government in
granting a suhsidy. If it does then
we will huild and if il don'l we will
Hot." He further states that since the
line was started all the section of thi!
country through which, in the presenl
time, they have been building has been
settled up. A few years ago it was
nothing hut a prairie, hut now farms
are as thick as they can he got to
gether. So It will be all the wny In
the coast when the line goes through.
It will he the intention uf the mad on
reaching (he coast to establish at. some
point on the narrows a terminal for
the handling nf Canadian grain to the
Orient, The country ihrough which
we will piss, in lime, will he the great
est producer of wheat in the world,
anil with the development nf the Oriental trade there will he a market for
all that can he grown." There mav
he ninny good reasons for giantiog a
suhsidy to the Can uii Norlhern, hot
does any one think, if t his country will
time li- the greatest prod i-«r of
[eat in the world, if as fast as Ihey
e built the Canada Northern it is
■ckly settled, If there is a great Oriental trade to be developed, that sub*
sididy or no subsidy they will stop at
Kdmonton? Imagine James J. Hill
when he undertook *o construct, the
Great Northern stopping on the border of the state of Washington, because
assistance was not forthcoming to
complete his line lo the coast,
An   Important Case.
The Hist case lo come before the law
courts iu this dislrict, and prohahly
the Hrst in lite prnv'nce, upon which
Ihe provision if the amendment to
the Hsr,. ml AH authorising the forfeiture of the interest *n a mineral
claim of any delinquent co-owner after advertising and *iihnoi)iiei|i filing
with tho Mining Recorder the requj
site niflteeand affldaiit. has udii.it
lie-,ring,.came before His Honor .ludg,.
.L'Wiiyal lasl 'we,('k's sitiing of th-
county uou. t at>' Utv-siiwoud,  .'in tliisl,
b
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Books
MIDWAY NEWS
DEPOT   "
THOMAS WALKER, Proprietor.
md
o
>° Stationery
o
- . • -
■$!irw
UljuuuuluiuuuU
All tho boat branda of
Cigar* and tfbaooot kopt
constantly on hand.
Latest thatfo* and pat*
terns of WaN PapfT now In
•took.''''.'1
Seventh Stfcset, Midway.
mMlWfur"& WOOL CO
"int-Mi^vrAiinu  j
A familiar name tor the jOhliiago,
Milwaukee *Sl. i'aul Railway, known
all over the Union as the Greal Kail
\vay running the "Pionkbk Limited'
tialns «wy day and night.lwtween St.
Paul and- Chicago, artd OmaW nfid,
Chicago, "The only perfect trains in
the world." UntjerBlantf: Oontiflf
tions lire made **Uh AJ.L Tiwii-?on
tlnenial Lines, assiiring to passe'ngei-
the two} service known. Lijxuiimm
co_rhes,>16ctric light., sleAni heati,yut
a vtSrily eqiialed by no oth*- lin-."*
See that your ticket wauls via "The
Milwaukee" when going \o any point
in Ihe United States or Canada. All
ticket agent* sell them.
BJor nfteiv pumphl-fe or ytMMjilW*
iiiation, address,
R. L. FOBO.* H. 8. Bow*.   ,~ .„
HIGHEST
"prices,.
- ^'
.SENECA;
**a£ .   >' "    r.tt,,,i.rnx'i  p I | n <C 'y'
.    rs i:   . ** ... .wiiTHi un     I    U rl O   .. .y*
..20Q-_I_ Hrst-Ave Worth.   MINNEAPOLIS, MfNN
mfmm*Wm*m*tOOioomm*omam ax* . ■... us us ■■■ wwUHm;^
1 Trav-T.
SI'OB
RUBBER
STAMPS
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i WHITE   F(
JIHCULAHS"
Sols
StMCllS
Prlu Markers f
' PrlalHsc.. artf/af*
.-■*%___,
Bind Itollnt eat
Numbering
Slsnft
Cktcfc     Pert**
■•ton
Rubber Tyf»
PtlaUniPff."**,
Etc., Etc.
FRANKLIN STAMP-WORKS,
VANCOUVER. B-C.
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IWn IOTVVMV l^w^^Pww^^^
lOMOMOe
P.BUR^S«_GG.
"•^i_V---_-^SS'
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
4 Maric!e-iatirQrechwood,.Grai)_l Forks, Phoenix j
and  Midivay.,. ...
..'J   Z.'tt'i) iii ... ft   .. iii
I
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■tm
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Ull*.
»»»»»—»»-
qiivwm, mails.
Due
ri h
., it»lt
.1.19 p. ni.
W«tl.i*>»|,
A SillMaJ-s
trt) p. in.
All Coast, points
mmmm
Spokiiuu
Hoiulaud
,. .Kelson
Vernon, ote.
(JiiHCiule
tlriiml Forks
1 .unmix
'i5'J oLlm'.obi'   ,
All pis. Kast Jt South'
^^teii_'',ioj!
All Wont. Fork points
Close
I« p. in.
Vil
Tues,, Thurs
ic SalunU).
8.30 a. ni.
MaUstnr paliitt (MMr sresttf Midway th»u
Camp Mi'Kiniii'V ko via. Revelstoke,    j
StuDoy.onlctB.trotii8a,.m. to I pvin., with the
exixiptlon of one half hour beforo departure
and of ua arrival of aiajlu. .    ....   . ,
', ISO. A". «AIN.    -
""   ; '      Postmaster.
ouitt"!' Geo. H. Collins,; n well known
mining nm; cf the' nwiu-d. drought
aulion -agHiiist Tliounis li,nitshaw,; of
Taeoty--Mile creek, Siinilkauieen, inr
nn accounting for certain moneys
plaintiff alleges he paid tii den-nden
for expendituw. ou. ndneral claims
owned ]i>iut)y*liy the parlies herein.
Bradshav had. put lisbed tlie adver-
ii_nientiietpiit.edhy.law with lhe oli-
ject of securing the forfeiture lo hint-
sidf of Oylliiif' futerest in. a j mineral
claim in.the sliuilkaiiieen, Oollinsoh
tained from Judgr. Leainy an injunction restraining Hr.nl.slmw from continuing the forfeiture proceedings
pending trial of h|s action, for au accounting, as aforesaid, alleging that
Hridshaw is indelitfil to him lieyoud
I In' aiiinunt of his share of the asses-
iiienl work done hy liiadshaw on th-
clnim they jointly own. The judge
referred the accounts to Jas. S. Mimic
assistant to Government Agent Mc
iMynn. foe examination. Brndshaw's
solicitor applied to have the injunction dissolved, lint  this   was  opposed
hy llollins' solicitor, who poinre^J out
lhat it would leave Bradslmw five' lo
given etinveyauce of all fI¥f**+*5»t*fi>,*H*(
i lirilii'and might tlinsdu llollHiii tin-'Iir
Jiisifce.' Evenlually Bradshaw'il w-lie'
it*S'Kg'ftw*i,i* give an 'niithW kkirig
thjttJiiakrljrni'twould not. e-ecuy; ati*(
such tiansfer,until after  the tpiestioii.
iif his iiahilttj. to (Joliins had Im*..|i dc
cioiified, wi tiie judge 4i$H>lV§i'(V
ij^tjyHonatxoidlugly. ,   ... M,
___JMmr
expemiHci
Truoc Mams
Dniam
CemMHTt4e.
_!_-»&s_-ffi_ndQssa
Why you slmulil huy
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TTOBACCO    I
BRCAU8E It is the liest quality
BECAUSE it is most lasting chew
BECAUSE it is the largest high grade
10 or 25c, plug
BECAUSE ihe Ujrs jrr. vnl   hia for
premiums until Jan. I, ivoj-
.... -.
BBCAUSEyour dealer i, nuthorlned
%     . to refund vinir' ootiey If
,v,    yon i,i» iiql saljatfed.
THE l-HWKH TOBACtfOCO»LM.
Scientific Jtaerkam
A lisnitoomelr lllaati
NlttK
Carrying His Hajesty'* halts-
, Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and SaturditysJ-'at 8.3d a. m.,- arrtVing^t
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p. ny
Returning will .eiWCAMP McK!NNE/Y on
Sundays, Wednesdays, and^Fridays at 9 a. «.,
reaching MIDWAY k 1.30'p. m.,and making connection with the tnii<( goiiig1 east at 2:05 ti'clqck.;
'      Th* bMt 9. MtbimMdatlwi far
the aonvmtoiiM •! .th*
travailing publlo.    ,
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
HOTEL ...
TICKETS
1,"   —TO AW.FMOM'jAji.,^":',,'!':''
POINTS EAST VIA
GreatI
' SHORT PWE
•""'   "..'TO'-'   ■'•■   '-'f■■..'■■
St. Paul, Dafluth, ninneapoll*, Chk«»o
. .;;      .^W^QliliTS.'.^HT „, „'.
TKroiiKh l*a)ncc and Tourint ..liTpeni
llliiltig and   Hliffiit   (.unking  I.iriiiiry  C«r-
luilY TItAW.": . _-t'HfM_ . dftVICH
AMf> M^SrHftlr _T4S(JCT-T,_D.1
j Kor ltato«,;Volil(J*;kiW l«iUWI-hn»tio*i,
milM) ornjtliflrea*.'   •.;';.'   .'•   "'::,'■•'- ■   '
H. BHANIflr.iijP..A:I.,i,<,i srfl   .'■
Ull ,W, Rivrtside Avenue^ ■
■...''j ,    a ,'nnitutitiK, Waau-
A. B! (VI-BNMJWH.i ... WM». A.,
' Zi'r.ltti i ..!'.    J J   SgATT».«,WAHH.
MINERAL ACT;
Certificate  of Improvements,
/aro«_.e#.i
Bit'* Hltl.l. Mt.IMH.Cl.Anir-.'
Situate in th* Owynot Mlnlnc Division of
Yolo Ulitrlct, ,Wb*ro iMtta* i-Kru-
forlonnufn. '"     '-■"*■ "'■'■''
TAKK'N'liTtrK tkst ljfH*4«« *, IHol>
Ureen. as agent for UsonmO. Powell, freo
miner's wrtltlnaui Ko, nM|H, art fhr Kvnii
Morris, ,lr*e nilnvrii oortldgy* No. i<l78i,
iiiti-nilsitly ilnvn fmitl the flatii'Wwif, in apply lo tho MIiiIiik lleimnter for a (Vrl ifli-nl*,
of -Improvement*. f?r tlu, purpose of obMiiitig
» Crown HrHl).t«f tJwfllHivccl.mi,   .
Ami fun li.* ta*e nrtlcn t*»t s_lloh. under
HfCtioii :t7. must Ihi commenced before ihe Issn-
•nce of such certiBcate •f4Mpnivomenla.
It»t«l this mh day cf July, 1IMI9.     f
•te, '        0,j>»fc., UltKKN.
-.■■•'.■ '   ■' ,.  j&V   ;    .. ,r t
The Canadian
With Which is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia,
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.   •   RES., $2,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKER, Gen. Ifer.
HENRY F. MYTTON,
<  Manager Green-vood Branch.
Boundary Falls Hotel
THOS. WAKE, PROPRIETOR..
This hotel is centrally located ?.nd is n stopping: place for stage
lines.   Good stabling- on the premises.
Or\lvj tke choicest brands of Wir.es, Liquors,
and Gigars at tKe Bar
__■*,,  eaasa —-—..........ij*..■___y.ii.„. i..,_.
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FAI.L8, B. 0.
■f HE BEST HOTEL IN
MIDWAY
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fieadqnarters for Railroad,
Mining and Commereial Men
...,;..' o^ooo6<>-,,"j'-'":
First Class Livery Stable In Connection with Hotel,
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CARRIAGE AND WAGON
-i-REPAIRING is-
' ■'   _ '•    '       3   i'
i«M»<»—»n
cimnG_-_MBmn wmm. iMMifts!
GENERAL   BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Bweoted to tbe Sattsfaetioo of Customers
SEVENTH STREET, MIDWAY.B.C.
<X SALTER, PROPRIETOR.^
A new building, well furnished.  Everything new and first-class.   Only the choic-
■' *j'* ■.?.■■
est Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept in
stock. Every convenience furnished the
traveling public.    Bus meets all trains.
I
NO CHINKHH! EMPLOYE!). I UU! Allien UOOOS
You m g°in&t0 buY what you like,
and where you like, but don't forget
I have some nice goods in the
ing lines*
TOYS, tti ,r XMAS iCARDS* PHOTO FRAMES,
DOLLS, XMAS BOOKLETS, SILVER NOVELTIES,
PICTURE; BOOKS,     BOUND BOOKS,   ALBUMS'
PERFUMES,    FINE PIPES,
j ETC, ETC.
Lowest Prices in the Boundary.
A. F. Thomas, Druggist, Midway
follow!
FANCY CANDIES,
ETC.
|{ LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
lltMMMMM  _m_w_-_-m_-__m
C.A. Webster ha* return*, fiom a
|tripto Spokrtne.
Blake Wilson, of P.  Burn* k  Co.,
I was over from Nelton one dny \asi
week
P. Burns k Co. re-opened their meat
nutrket here todity* H- "• Halm, nl
Nelson, is In charge. Thin seems to I*,
one more Indication th»t hii early rom
•neiicnnent Is lohe mude with the con-
■traetlitti wnrk on the railway from''
Curlew in Midwuy »t>d thence weat-
sirAi.
Hred. W. M«l*inr.. fty***"1 firfcv
| Yuri-hut Hum** *?«V* oi.ni-.ilt a «|knUI
In, hits written to   relallveg  in   the
Boundary Ihnt he hud h«d an  opera-
Ilmi peifiiiined for  appendicitis and
Out he ranie  through satisfactorily.
He ind Mrs, Mrhain. xtpeit tairelmn
•Mr,
Dust. Brioksnn, an emplopt-n^ the
B. l\ Cnppei (_>'« amelter, l» now in
i 8|»ilsneh»vln|MV«iill_iflreatiilenlf f*
._!-•__. '-*r i _t*' ..-.«,
met hi* eytkiTiWyttr'tA* rye
wm sreiilenully burned hy molten
sls« whilst he wai kt) hl« worn MoiitiiT
thefiirnaee. He went lo Spnkmie and
Is'-f in Miimi'itpidlif. g-Miitg teinpnr-
sir relief, afterward* rVniiimg t<>
wnrkal hia ttmnt- nrrmwtion. Nnw
th" eye is giving him no niilfjh MiMih'e
thitil i«f..,miit, will have to Iw lak-
wont. '..   '  .'.'
( .as, W, Wplfe. OW rot.lA\m Aire. t<
n» nf the    Wnterfo. r$on*ilidaied
Hinlogand Milling Cnuipiny. was'lv
from Spokane on a Ijrlef visit   to tl
Waterloo mine,   Nnw that lb* coin
(nny'a title t.«j the pnipjerly ii |i» lung
nln dispute development'wmk Is I1
WiMtMy piyceeded  with.   A   Urn
('.'listing engine than ihe nn* in nw
•t the mine han  l»*«n purchase,! in
K|Mikan<* anil (hipped'for prompt de
livery.  The shaft now down   III) feet
i« to tie deepened lo WOf teef dining
lh« tiaki*, \he intention  being to
complete (Ida development hefore  the
•urlacewater hecomei tionhlciKiioe in
the ipring.
■Offl, Cunningham and A. W. Kng
Hih, Imth nf (ireenwood, hMfe entered
iuto partnership in the *leeti*»l con
iinipJinn and supply husiness and will
««de under Ibe flrin name of Th« Cunningham   Electric   Company.     Mr.
Cunningham   haa   heen ehgaged in
Ihis line of huaineaa In the Boundary
lor two o|- three yqara. ,for Willie time
In parlnership with V. t). Aniler.nu,
*hp has now.left Greenwood.   Mi,
Ktinlisli was nnlil a year ago in the
•"■".ice of the Canadian Hunk of Com-
•nerce, hut resigned and  has  since
•*•« engaged in. hther hiiiini'sa   in
flfeenwiiml.  The new Him Intends at
once opening at Rdinnntnn,  Allien a.
"nd Mr. Onnninghain recently visited
"aiicotivcr, where he purchased from
'he Canadian General Klerlrir  Com
P"iy,Lul„a full siiH-k of electrical
•"fplliis for the new liranch.   The Kd
'"""ion husine* will he In charge of
Nr'')«iiiilnghani, who is a pratiriil
*trl.lan, wliilat Mr. Knglish will
••"•"•in nt   Greenwood,    where  the
'Hiess in now chiefly the aale of sup
Ww,
L08T
OnOciuherWihn promissory note
*WS.. myalile in !»<Jays, drawn by
• w. II tilt-y and  in ide  payable to
• 'ha unddi-lgniKl.   Finder will obligi
"•"■■eturningthesaiuHl,..
A. Horridge,
Midway, II- 0,
The men, Hrern and Dixnn, on re
niand on a charge of killing deer in excess ofl he milliner allowed under the
Game Protection Act, appeared again
on Friday morning liefore Police Magistrate Hallett. Owing to the difficulty in olitnlning conclusive evidence
ihe prosecution decided to withdraw
lhe charge for Ihe lime iK-ing, intending to tiring it on laler shnuld the necessary testimony against the accused
he forthcoming, Thia prosecution
will at least have the fifed of in some
measure stopping the slaughter of deer
up Kettle-liveravitjiiii 40 or 30 miles
of Hoct (!reek, ' '    '"
A iiuuiiier of Oreenwood husiness
men went thrnugli Midway on Snt ur
day's hi age to Cm lew to catch the
Orent-Nhrthern train for Spokane.
W. 0. Oiunce, of Ihe insurance and
r-al estate agency linn of U.iiioce k
Wick »lie, and secretary of the Oreen
wnial lioaidof Trade, goes tn Smile
to tliere s|ieii(l a ChrisiinM Vacation
wjth his faijiil^'. Vt, 0, Myiton, inui-
Ugerof Un* ftiomwood liranch of the
Cauadian Hank uf Cnminet.* will
(4fi$',t\r\ gtealerf paiptf a three
week's holiday Xt Vichlrla. During
his temporary alisence his place will he
taken liy K. "SeWefl Pane", who'arrived
from Vtyicyuier. liist week, A. II.
S|.rry rcliirneil to Spokant nftir having looked inin the' attiii- nf the A,
II. Sperry d'a gijienill niet^haii^ise
luisinias in lhat town.
The Mormon Temple.
The Mormon temple at Salt
Lake Ciiy Is on donhl the most suh
slnntial and well constructed religious
edifice in the United Slates, if not in
the *orld. Comer stone laid April 6.
lSSi'rap stone April. . 1*2 and dedicated April 6,1803, over forty years of
constant, lahor heing consumed in its
construction. This magnificent structure 200 feet long, 100 feet wide is huill.
entirely of Utah white grrnite, heauti
fully carved, syiiiholic"of the Mormon
faith, surmounted liy six towers, the
highest lieiug&Jlfeet fiom the gnu ud
supporting a liron/.e statue of Ihe iing
el Mamni. ThecoBt nf this huilding
is almut $0,0.1,1 Ml 'There are many
other atl ractions al, Salt. Lake City of
inteiest to the traveler or louiisi.
Where a day can he-Well spcrtt. The
Rio Grande is the only Tians-conti
nental route passing directly through
Salt Uke fM.f, where a wnp-i'Ver is
allowed on all classes of tickets. The
service of the lljo 0,rande linea Is unexcelled, Three twiiiis daily hetween
Ogden and Denver, drying ail clas
sej of ueahrrn eqiiipmeul. .If yuu aie
eonlemplating a trip lo-the East,
write the undersigned for.fnforiuation
regardiim rales via I he "scenic line of
theworhl:" W. C. McBride, General
Agent, M. 3. Ruhe, Travelhigr Pas
linger Agent, 121 Third Si., Portland,
Oregon.
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
.'or Getting a Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.—No Money
Required.-Every Man, Woman, Boy, or Girl has the
tame Opportunity under our
System.
In order to have Dr. Arnold's Knglish Tnxin Pills placed in the hands of
all persona suffering frnm lmd health
.we make the following must lilieral
offer :—
if you will send lit ynur name and
address and agree Inlsell fop'n* twelve
hoxes of Dr. Arnold's English Toxin
Pills at J5e. nerliox, we will give vmi
absolutely Free • beautiful Watch
ind Chain in either Ladies or Gems
sixe, or your choice of iwenty other
premiums such as Hue sets of Jewelry',
Kings, Violins, Mandolins, Tea Sets
Sateen Skills. Cameras, etc. Iteuu'in
her we don't want any money until
after ynu sell the Pills and vnu don't
have lo sell any mnre than 11 linxes in
get, the premiums, This is a hona fide
offer frnm a relialile concern that lias
n thousands uf dollars worth nf
AMERICA'S
BEST
Editorally  Fearless.
Consistently Republican.
Now* from sll of Iho world-Well
written, ortginnl stories-Answers
lo iioiTk's .nicies on Health, the
Homo, Now llooks. and on Work
Alaiut thn Kami and tiimleii.
The Weekly Inter Oeean|
1. a mi'in.HT of tin; At*ocl.-tc.l I'tv--.
tlio only Wwtew Newspaper rocolv-
Iiir tluMtnllre toletrmphk' new* _erv*
too of llif Now York Nun mul spoc.nl
entile of the Now York WorM-dully
raportJi fnun over 2.000 ftpoolnl ror-
reipondentd tliroutcliout thu aninlry.
I3.vkhi8t«h8, Solicitors, Etc.
Qhkknwoou, B. C.
H. NICHOLSON,
—!.. Notary Public,
REAL RSTATE,
FINANCIAL AGENT 1
and MINING BROKER.
Camp McKinney, B.e,       •■ .
Dr. R. Mathison,
 ! DENTIST.
NADEN... LOOB BLOCK   .   UREENWOOO.
pM. KERBY,
A. M. Can. Soc. C. I.
Pkovincjal Land   Surveyor
AND
1       CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway *xi, Ukkknwiuh,.
DR. SIM MONS,
DENTIST,
Rendell Block, Greenwood.
Phone 06. T. A N.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER, JNVENTOR, DJESIJ5NER.
Spokane,Wash.-. U.S.A.   Midway, 6 C. |
T.M.QULLEY&CO.
mm.**.m.
J ffrff
Furniture,
************
Linoleums.
*******
FDNEBAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMERS.
* •■.     '''L'arge Stock.   Low Prices,
Tm   M.   €3-TTI__Liin_r   Ss   CO.,j|
COPPER STREET. GREENWOOD. A
C>OOOOOO00<XX><K
Spokane Falls &Northern
Railway Co.
...  > .
Nelson k Ft. Sheppard
Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
4 6.1 By;,
Van., Vie.&B.By.&N.Cb.
Till' nnly all rail route hflweeh
pnints east, west and snutli tn KOSP
land, Nelsnn. Uiai)d Forks and .RppHli*
lie,. CniineiJt* at. hpokane with Uie
li,i;j*i Nnrihern, Norlhern P,iuiQ« ami
O.ll. & N, Co. for point* pvit*.:jWllsl;
niidijeuitli | connect* at, R<_-.||ind inui
Nelson ttiUll the Canadian -Pat-iAn. Kf,
: ri>nii<yp|«al»li_>n «rtth'li«'J);.;iIli.:_'>.
Co. for Kant,, anil Silvan l(oli|t*., ".J' J * '
I'onnwl* at CnrU-w with itaj-e for
Greenwood nnd Midway II. <'. .i'-'-':''"'
HufM ran ran on t'rian't Wtwillii
Spokane anil llepllhlle.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 82, 19021
l/carc^   .. . B.e I .. Arrive.
».ffl-i.n.,....... BPOKANfi,.,;'...,:     S.ISp.m.
HUS am n0S9i,AND.:S;ft     S.10.pm.
i.«i nui NKI.80B...,,*.'...     8.00pai.
ll.00a.ui.* Q1IA-.II KORK8...,   ».(*p.nV.
ll.loa.iii.:. mi, KKl'UHLIC. -...•.      «.Wp.Iii.
______   A.  if AOXAMOm,'
Uenoml J-avniiKor Agent.
Spokane, Wash.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
.      RAILWAY,-,
ALL8EN8IBLE PEOPLE TUAVEL
BY THK C.P. R,    .
Greenwood-Curlew
VIA MIDWAY
Stage Line*
The undersigned is running a DAILY STAGE between
Greenwood and Curlew via Midway. Stage will leave Greenwood at 6:30 a, m., arriving in Midway at 7:45 and at Curlew
in time to connect with the train for Spokane duel 0:45 returning
Will leave CurleW at 5 p.m., upon arrival of incoming train,
fetching Midway; at 2:3° p. ir,. and Greenwood ■ at 9 p m.
Will goijnect, witha Meyerhoff's Stage from all points West
j, H. TYRRELL, Proprietor.
t
given  ui.m	
prciniiiiiis In ji(*-lits all over the rutin
try. Hetneinlier also that Or, Arnold's
Knulisli Tnxin Pills are a well known
remedy fnr all diseases of.lhe kidneys
.la,lii,.,.. Uritfht's diseii-e. dialietes.
tliinliles, and
and are fnr sale hy
SPEED
AFETY
fTllM'H*    ">"   '*■■',,   .,
•ind UlAdilort Srlffut k
rheiiniHiliim, nervoii..
ffinakieoinplijiiits,
feoialiToinpiriini-,	
all llr-l class ilniKtfists anil dealers iii
all Hurts of Ihe world.   You have onlv
■'  ■' *■'	
ATISFACITQN
LEAVE MIDWAY 2:05 P. M.
Arrive Wln'iilgeir. • ■ Srf <«'*y *'M *■ "'•
Arrive St. Paul 3i. day «:W p. in.
Arrive Chicago  4th day .:H0a. 111.
Arrive Tornntn 5th day 2:45 p, in.
Arrive Montreal 5th day 0:31) p. in.
A rt i ve New York .".'Mt day H;55 a
A trip East nver the V, P, R, will
innvince you that it is the 'ONLY
WAY."
all purls,a in,   	
to show I hem in sell them. Ynu are
li'niotferliiK something that the people
don't know. Our watches nre the
regular standard si/.e for Ladies or
(lentlei'icn-in Niikel or (Jon Metal
rases wilh handsome Illuminated di ils
and reliahle tliuekeepeis, watches
such as nn lady or gentleman need he
ashamed to carrv, and they will In
sent, ahsihttt'ly Free to all whn sel
onlv twelve hiixes of t,ho*e wonderful
Toxin Pills.  	
Hrst In ynur lociiliiy tn
tho«i« heaiiliful watches am
ion as We receive your let...
will send Villi post paid twelve
Write atom ndl'Hhi'
(.am  one Of
chain.   As
letter or post
*•*■»* HrtM   Account ChrUlfflM
•ndNtwVMM holiday..
J"« Canning, | Pttnlfln Hallway will
.""" 'Ickets to Ineal lli-lnl-, „,r„l„,l of
*»t»0Vi
ets to local points account
lw ."""■"I'lyiHl, fare and nnp Ihhd
'lie round trip.tlckets good going
ln»i.:*n' lz' B,1n«* tn return tip to and
card we
hoxes, together won  om   	
Catalogue nnd hoailtlfllllv colored canl
with your iinine and addirss on us our
anthorl'/.edagent.   Heat in mind that
y,, "        '   '      -
III	
•ny money until
them.   We hear all Ih
STOCK FOR SALE.
Durham Hulls, Fresh Calved
Cows, Cows in Calf,  Steers
and Heifers, Hoar Pigs, Sows
and Young l'igs, Sheep and
Saddle   and   Pack
Apply to
J. A. COULSON,
yt  miles from   Midway, or
Dispatch office.
'oultry,
Ponies,
THROUQH    TOURIST     SLEEPING
CARS    EAST.
Leave Doniuni. Junction dally for
Sl, Paul,
Kootenay Landing Tuesdays and
Sat iirdays fnr Toronto, Montreal and
all I'/isIitii pnint*,
Through Bookings to Europe,
Via all Atlantic Routes, Prepaid tick*
.-Is al lowest rates issued from all
European Countries.
stt. a.3_f__=_-
eypense am
lei'iilnlfel'tUiii
Viiiiild s
Don't   delny.
$5 REWARD.
near
Mill
■•H'lttilli
■'« Januiiry aitl, MUM.
ue onlv making this
niethnil of advertising Ot
English Tnxin   Pills,    Dm
wrlln nt once and earn A.lieaul tftil pres-'
ent. for yourself for Christmas.
Address
ARNOLD MEDICINE CO., Dcpt. 118
IO Adelaide St. Ewt, Turonto.Onl.
Sliayeil from ihe range
way, a yearling heifer; color rod with
white spuls; lir.iiiilc.l ilnuhle circle nn
il halt of one ear cut otf,
will receive
left hip 11
anyone
turning   same
the ahove reward
Undw Hi'"".
Mldw. y, B„
c.
Kiirlhe Information regaldlng the
C. P. R. and further proof of it heing
ihe "ONLY WAY" can lte furnished
nn application to
A.   W.  HAILBV,   Agent. Midway, or
,|. S. .AHTKK.
I). P. A.,
Neill,". !•• •'
K. 1. COVI.K.
A.O.P. A.,
Viiiiouver. II. C
Commereial Job Printing
•AT-
THE DISPATCH
Mijiny^vf y,IM "i Sale St;
Seventh Street/Midway,
1      "Opposite Crowell's Hotel,,
H.Tyrrell,  -   Proprietor. I
A*.
It wlljli the hist fopft-
ant Railway Centre in the
WWW of Bi'itis. Columbia.
It ii ii the cantre of a
pic. Mining, Stock- Raising,
Rmliing, Gardening Mann-
factoring, Coal Fpadi-ing,
ani Railway District.
Midway property will
make yoa picli. It is not
a speculation, it is an in-
ImM ■
tu :
Midway, the coming railway, eommerelal, wholesale nd manufacturing
eentre of tlie Kettle Riicp
and Boundary Creek Districts, Is situated at the
confluence of Boundary
Creek ud
The
town in the country, with
an excellent climate, pure
water supply,' and surrounded by rich agricultural land.
Business,  residence and*garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.
___^
Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
I
A. M. WOVENDEN. Sec,
jii) St  .J i ill ti Street,
Montreal, P. 0.
T|ie MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
V, M. (.ROUSE,
Agent fin- British Coltilnhla,
Miilway, li. 0.
®lt£ §t0pittclj
MONDAY, Dh.OKMBKH .i5.UK
9
I 'TWASA F AM0USVI3T0SY."
The "Snlillcr... Ilatllo" of the Crimea—
Veteran* Living lu Toronto Who Shared
III tlie Honor* of the Ilny.
Forty-eight yours ago on the .Mil
of November took place the battle ol
Inlormaiin, the third great engagement between thc Allied troops ol
Kngland, Franco and Turkey, against
those of Uussia In the Crimean wur.
Everyolib is familiar with the old
rhyme commencing "Remember, remember the fifth of November," yet
everyone is not. so conversant wi'.h
the fanuiiis parody of those well*,
known )i:ios which pftp&rei'ill,t|ic
London, Englainl. weekly pel iodi'jnl
Punch, when ti.e news of lhe great
engagement ranched England. They
ran thus:—
"ItominiliiT.  remeinlier,  the firth  of November, (,.
OtiupoiviIiT, , .'iniion nml slio'\:*
When   (li'liol'ill   Luprniiitl   mot   .li.hn,   Pit
nml ..iiidy,
Ami a Job' booiI licking ho got."
For years afterwards in London
and Lewei in Sussex, where "Fifth of
November" eel. brut inns have until
recently been \e y much in eiblonee,
these lines wire always vociferously
slioiltC'J by the crowds assembled ior
the yoaVly n.r.i al of bnnllrci, llre-
wurs and tin.rx'.er.
In Tur.mt'i tli.ro are nine survivors of the light in "the soldiers' but-
tie," rs il. lias been tcrmeil Tlnir
li.'.iucs . re:
lieut.-i.ol. rjesi-ctH, bite If. A,;(
tl rgn , eurtc, i.jio wns n driver in
tlio lloyal Horse' Arllllery: be hud
bail hh lu ri-o shot unci r him ut Enl-
•irldvu a fn (eight earlier, hut, came
out of Inl en.i„i.iV without, a scratch:'
J. .lutikir.s is anbthor: l.o wns in the
Isl IjjiI . of ,]jo f'olilslream Guard.*'.
v.ns j Ism p.osont ut TJulaclfl.a, mul
hirs tne (.nm uii- medal with four
il.s s. Vet nnether is .1. .Sully, la o
oi 1 ie SEt'i Uejimoiit, niek-iinm'eil lio
VOhl iJr.ig.. ' Thnl famous e j. ps i:i
olil limes v.e e. ullowei] to we..r tho
number pla,o of their regiment both
jiuCii uml i out. on tit'll' s.iiikos.
lo eonnnn.iorfitb the fuel that
during lhe li.jlit ||u.y (vol.n „IIiicIjciI
both front unci roar. Thev were in
line, ami l> met tho ousli'mxla. tho
commanding < ilieor brtlejoJ i'he rear
rank to face fbpiit, nml in thut for-
uu'i'iii ll ey me nnd vied riwps'y I'o-
p.lbvl thtlr i .'is.jl'nnts. Tins filer,
f rmeri.v ef t'o ;<)ili CnmbrttlgofMfo
Vo incut. Is the,fifth on the ll.it.
Thul rri..'! hail tho leivlost don I h
•*'*I    i" i's .tvllirjj's   „f any rivi-c'''
-•J.I,   .p".c-|  j„   (i)(,   r*l flllCJ.  'IO llllr t'..'
lhl war At ixfi 'i vel -keinvn : on;- i I-
If !eii'_ f'-i-'i-.'.ve ye:ri n; CO, yet
rnie1,' '.ku",-*' t'e,^;.ii'is l.e'ti'r"--
"Thrv fe1; ji', • i,.,;>",si , nuliimn."
fro cf'i! \r runs i i^>Ul|iii Mr*
?'l Inn r.'iJl yt" .    ',:'' r n-J
it.!'nl^''e'1 ■'•■"•'*""•.   Ito-Uie
'i i r i.f    ';"   " ' ° •       *Uuh>m] i'i
MINKRAL ACT.
'(■rtlfloiite   of   Improvements
3-OTIOB.
W.ITEHIOO   OlJSSIII.lll.VI'rir    KltA'TioHAI.
MlNKK.IL Vixm.
Situate In the Kellie River Mining Illusion
of Yale District.   Where leeaUal: Cainp
McKinney.
, AKK NOTICK that I. Forte* M. Keby.it"
nguiil    fnr Tin:  Wmerliio   I'iiUMiUda'cp
hiiiiK ami  jMilling I'uiiuiaiiy. free inliiern
irMlteato   No.    nit SIS.   Intend.  »lxly Aay*
from lhe date her. of, lo apply to the Mining
Iteoordeifora Curlifl jnle of Inipipvenicnlii. for
tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Oram of Uu,
abovo cluiin.
Anil furthor take notico that aotion. under
section 37. must be commoncod before Uie
iniuiiiiice of such Certiflciite of Improvements
Dated this 27th day it September, IW1
lie FOllllKS M. KKRBY.
The Midway Sawmill
wk   POWERS,  PROPRIETOR
4
b-
,. , . '" • 6,: !;«"> nre I'et.rl k
I.o ehilioil ,!lt. ami, „„„TW!v
I    rill) ,  I to of .He fi.-:,|.    .;,,., ,./,
'i,!'P    ';''?', ''£»■'li-r    f Hula*
IXitoaan uaC.:-
OLD DAYS RECALLED.
Sapper t* Recall • -oftUf Bm Olrw ll
M. CathftflM*.
An old  fashioned logging hee sop-
in r has   just   been given''byV'Mr.
.lojiige O. Bennett to fifteen' piohwrs
of 11. Cnthnrincs, who hnd at i one
imu Lsilsted in a logging Ixw.'    • •
Ev-ty  person invited attended    tn
:,is   or-giii^ be«l costume, and   while
ivni iiu, nil:il the    sup|idr horn   .was
ilown, siit'iirounil on'benchcs, box.s,
nd pi ils turned upside down, tolling.
yirns auont tho days of logging lids
ii this country,.    The supper, which
..'«3 ironurcl hy Mrs. Bennett,     ro-
jiindeil one in every way of the good
II  dnys of the logging toe.     Tho
'. i! lo,  which  ills., reminded  ono    of
■ij. pasl, wns n long one, with bench-
es on evil side,  in place of cha'rs,
he tjrle \v,s illuminiited with cun-
Ijs   ami nlrlf. s jioued lights.     Tho
rantilos weio in-eitcd in bottles   and
ill ached lo small boards with threo
fi i's io hojd .the.ni uptight, as were
:ed i i these ohlen times.
\t  tho suind   iif tho supper horn
he cjiinriuiy iJlodi'ed Iheir way Into
Jho h:itis'  to ,t'ie tuhlo,   which    was
vull supi 1 ed in every wny with lie
■iimy    .thing.':    good to eat,    cnl f
uu n; tbem Iking roust pork, linked
ems,    iie   pudding,   iimnpkln pie.
red ca'c,     und hnine-imid.e.brand
fi.rj .|iiirt«t ing of th.lr liienl    tho
vlio o cniipur y rr.ise nnd sang   lhe
l-islng ti the same time as the mn-
nrity  of   our  fore'iitlieis  did  liefore
■,(jr.\  mej.l.
Afler Hiipror was over the-benches
.er.' shnvid hack ngab st the    wall,,
he pi.ei mid tobacco were hauled up.,
nn I'octits, and lillel     No mntch-v
er   ull \vo;l lo be used, si thoylull
nl lo lir't tho eiindle to  litfht their
foes J'1-'
MANOFAUTpER.
Afl kinds of EBDGH and DRESSED LUMBER,
'•LATH and S: INGLES, $ ASHES and BCOBS.
jBandsawjngand jobivork done toorder^
■H-
THE NORTHWESTERM
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave., Spokane, Wash.
A  f-
"      -  '        '—  :  V
•ieetor of I'IiuitIiph.   ;
) a;.'o a Winnipeg  jki
il u sl ep walker fchii
I. (or away from h'.s
Kl clothes.   On nrous-j
1 Ills sbmiluM'S, tho |lri -
• I:1 "Surely you are net
c'< in' up.    1 t'nn't     In
for the   condition      you
in.    1 nln a sjilnnnmhtil"
I don't cure what c ur'ch you
to,"   ripllod    thevollcethatij
hi bebug to every church     In
you can't .walk tjie'^treeti of
■ i 1 your night Bhiit.1'.-.
•c_Z..
The school where thorough work ift doiTe; where the reason
is always given; where confidence is developed ; where BoOK-
kf.ki'ing is taught exactly as books are being kept in business ;
where Skoktiiani) is scientific ; where penmanship is at its
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Civil Skkvick, Tklkguai'Iiy, English and Cartooning wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them how to be
successful! No argii'ment is so eloquent as the record of
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no thief can
.break through and steal the knowl. rlge of How to Do When
you know .what a school can do- for you by,„what it has done for
others is it better to trust to luck? Is it wiser to guess?
For detailed information ml, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERM BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave'., Spokane Wash. '
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Porks, B. C.
fURTIN BURRELL,   --   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
;     Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.     ,.,
A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
. Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The set-ret of sorce-> in pliintinK, is, Filisr   to secure goutl stock,
Hi:( oNii—to plant as soon as possihle after il is dun.
Trees obtained from our nursery ean be planted at
Midway two days after they are dug.
Price Hut, and full  In forum t ton promptly   given.
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flen Wanted n a it
1      j To soli for the large Fonthill nurseries.  Appli
*■    cations should bellied at once.   Highest wagns
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stook commanding hig he testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
« WKl.l.t KOTOS T. K.
TORONTO, ONT.
Advertise in
The Dispatch.
Stone & Wellington.
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Mr^wVVV^W^J^^WwWVS
Lancashire House J
: : MIDWAY, BsC :: \
The  undersigned' having re-opened thi. well-
known.and   cqinfortable'   hotel invites   the
patronage of all old.ciistoiiiers and the public,
generally. • 1  . .      ■
BEST BRANDS: OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
r"itriiiu<«-.|-«*i,ted mid coinfortnlily fiinilHlii'ii rooum.
Mrs* Dowding, Proprietress.

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