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I. 3, No. 6.
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$2.00 per Year.
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MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 27,  1904.                           ' \?%
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Train Goes Over Trestle. I to tbe fuse the blast wont off, Italso U,IS   t:'" '"'
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The
Best Hotel
in Midway
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I    Grand Forks,   August 21    A I hurling him down the hillside I\n™ wnlot
|   lot of-ore   ia dumped  and  20 and fracturing his  skull,  from     Nm hand 1P-.-.iv-,-*-   ... ,. ..
I freight    cars   and  an  engine which injury he died   five mm- and open air nui       ,..'. also   is
iftei' tho accident.     Dr.   '■ "'■'   K'^» •-*   'nl°   phiyors,
: agt ,■ I., Cos rove of thofnir
■■ arrangoil \> itli i iis popular
I   ,„-.':-.   ' ■.,' i"M    [ii |   onh
smashed up as a result  of tho
air brakes not operating on an
ore train on the I'hoenix branch
of the C. P. R. yesterday.    The
train, with lis _6  carloads   oi
ore was coining down   "the hill'
and three miles from ilie Emma
mine the speed got a little Vaster than was pleasant   and   the
engineer tried  to  put   on the
air, bul the brakes  refused   to
work, owing to some defect,
:   ,'Che engineer saw "he   bruin
wis gping at   j;   ern lie    speed
d realized al the  lirst cur
utes    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Foster, of Greenwood,    who i
acting for   Coroner   Kingston, "as urrangou \*
decided that an inquest  would  '"'':
he unnecessary.    Tho   funeral  ' '   I
was      held   ' Friday        from | afternoon race*
Cooper's undertaking establish i ranged with   il
^HkI hour
will
i,
ment,   lleyond  tho   fact   thai
Nordoen was a native of Swed-
n, little could   be learned con-M1""1' 1,;" ln80
™™   minds, wl
"■ : nd for tlu
X*
hut ii has   into give n  two
ncort   each    morningi
him
corning linn     ^^^^^^^^^
Invading The Territories.
Vancouver, B, ('.,   \n-z- ~1
; nn \ed cor
nl Uu
u tho grand-
other part of
e seats will bo
ho v. ish I bom.
om : i ■
.   into
0%i   m ti lino reauzeu ai cue  mm cm-, .,.,,.,
m   H   -5 .1 i i     ,'-. ,.i James J. Hill, it is repor
■_.«_    ESI    r.i    /   ,.i»'.*"ss» ■ h.we woi; ii '■     1   dcraiimeiil.
H"^   7/\ 1   I       <L_y l   .       , . ,        ., three camps  of    .urvm
-\   **    I    finr^   EH      VH >___**■■ ■     ' 11 O 'd >'.'  to glVI    iVarlUUg tO t   • '
%_f%J   i i   m       a% I ■;    ■>   "u        i^ikw work between Let ibriil
W  &     W £'-'   m.      _____J StraWhaddsb* blew a loud blast
y   W      yBr JUk JA.     ««__• ■>, Pincher creek/ Abcrta,
£  on the whistle, ,vlnch  had its
ii.-u-
ro  anu
effect, as  ail   the   train
limped from the train. Ford
atoly no one wa-* injured   dur-
[makii.,*,  BD|
i preliminary sui". i-\ for an ex-  "   !s
.ciisiiiii of the clival    Northern. '
flush in the line with Mr. [•Jill's[bi^ m'
lor
I,    .iill-ll    liu   «pipa    v**'-    '"     i i'i     I      | i' I    closi II
, .       ,   .   ,       .  .     •, ,, -.j,.   accredited plans 101 a connected
i|   ng their hurried exit from the ' . hnidieai
If       .    i, .i •       %,!hne tlirough   the Crows V*t  "' '
J train that  was then going   at •> •,
nam
•'•nu.
uie   ^'i:'
. ■ which
icr elos-
r< a-; il
vill   he
«e   oliiei
■   i'i1 ries
Fnipiro
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1     .     r  I.-..   I
Headquarters For
Railway, Mining,
and
Coinmercial Hen
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"" ' the rate ot over amilea iiunii'.e. | .....
.       ,       .. • ,,-iii    it is saa the. MoiTissov-reruie
The tram coiitinuedoii its Mildl •'
,              ,-          *,• ,ii lino will not stop at  the  latter
course and on  reaching a mgh|   ,       ,.... ...:;|   ,..    ,.,
...v„.  .trestle  jumped  the track  and
! ^ ,, I fairly sprang into the air, falling
fkM I to the bottom,' MO feet helow.
Cars and  engine are not   much
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Rig:
to any part of the
Country
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hoWasli
lace Still-
place, but wiil   be extended   to en   'l "'
Michel without delay. A ■ l.;'.M" '
1 in liu*; rai
hetter lhan a lot of scrap  iron
and   splinters.    The  ore   was
scattered far and wide and it  is
very doubtful if it will   pay  I'Mu-
gather it together again.
 r o<	
Fatality On Phoenix Branch.
The second fatality since construction work was inauguaU'd
on. the  I'hoenix     branch     oc-
, cm-red   Wednesday  at 8..)0   o
,   I clock at Andrews & McDonald's
lun-se
I camp No, 1. near theold Rankin
ulace, a mile west of Fhoenix
IMels Nordoen, a station     man
laud ids companion  had dr
irillcd
B. C. Fruit.
That British Columbia   fruil  will he the
will in two or three years he ai which the I
very prominent feature oi' th.   second &-yl
innipeg market appears a.s- Phis m ,': hai
ured. R. M. Vtilv.vjr, secretary old? andup>
of the I!. C. Bureau of fiiforin-| i,, raci
ation and [uiadgratiou, who pauying ai
was iii charge of the British popular in :
Colunihia fruit exhibit at Lhe forthe ma
Dominion Inhibition, expresses.vided for m
himself as wi-1! satisfied with and has ]>('<
the result of his work here. At far as poss
presanl he slates tbat the in- botSveoii i
dustry is [iretty fully occupied .,,:,-. ,r. -..
supplying the market it'already ing Hindi
|, auo! her in v, Inch
■ at the same time'-
ttrxi v, ill bo hung up
, .- Oil to go   to   tlu*
.■ ,.; to lbe third
tti!    biggi ■'   ')f  -,;1
• ok; ne d ihy, in
jj. '    ... ■■ . --"Mi.  thc
VCfll
^^ForQuest'sconvenience ♦ i^1  >
•   ... a     «   i live Went (
  1,,
J^   |and    prepared  six  holes read\
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ha-   -the    territorial    market, i'inost cauiU^
 Altliough this market  is grow- WKKB. [nvr,--.
o tmich the  match   to   them, j ing larger every  year, the de- areah
N'ordecu lighted all six, but only
If,    After waiting a
moment lie turned to  bis com-
il,    llll
j  -,. ar,
iii ent    h
is   pro*
i-ac s ei
rb  day
.1 U, cut
oul, as
tlie   Ion
i   waits'
n 1 hen
j*.    lie-
on soni
are ne*
- of the
- betwoi
n heats
p.verid  o
. which
$   ipatiion and said he had  forgotten to light the  sixth hole, and
^S **.«*.*?:*?.J'V   ran up to set it otf.    While m
«     ♦
ngaged, will be in
velopniout of fruit fanning i.s front of the grandstand, ivhere
so rapid that he oxpects ship- i *». * % can ie seen to the hest ad*
pers will   be   able   to  make   a vantage,
strong   and successful bid   for|  _^ .
Manitoba trade -cry soon.    At
present efforts aro being madi
PIllll^^
tuTifW^"™™^!
"TANGLE
A Model Companion.
the act of touching the   match j to educato the public to the do-     The following^ advertisement
'suability of British Columbia appeared in an English paper-
fruit and to overcoming pre-; "A lady in delicate health
udice* on the part of local'job- wishes to meet a useful combers, the result of previous un-j pauion. She must be domestic-
satisfactory hipiueuts. One ated, musical, an early riser,
essentia!is' rapid and suitable amiable, of yjixA appearance,
transportation, which, Mr. Pid- and have experience in "^ '"-'
mor believes, will be I'orlbcoin- .'«. total abstainer pre i
ing when  required.    There   is Comfortablo iioine. *       .
already ft good express rate mi     A few days alterward
small friijls.    As for quality, il   vertise.r received by   °^*L'^ ll
is claimed :the   fruit    from  the  basketlalmlied:   ihis
Pacific Province will be able to with    can'   perishal
successfully compete in quality openin
and price, -Commercial
The drudgery of |iouseworl4disappe«rs where ft Is used.       |
Once ysed It Becomes
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A STICIilil
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^^tab'-y
| cat, with a   letter   on   its  tail.
i^^^^^_^^^^^^^_JIt read thus:
"Madam   Ifi rospouse to your
Spokr.ua Fall Notes. Livertjsomcnt   I a.m happy to
Tholiflbl'egimentKoyn! Ar- fuvnisbyou with a vory useful
Itillorybandofthe British  gov- „ompftt-u--*, which yon will lmd
ernri,ent   will   be   in   Spokane exivctly Builocl  to your   require*
October 3 to 9 to furnish  miislc mentSi   giMI \_  domestica-led, a
! for the Spokane intei  tali    fair.     j£)j   vocalisl,   a"
here is
■:\{   gettiJtg
ft ver
it
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A
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Always Fresh and in Si«d at
Thomas Drug Co.    Midway
-j} I J.  Ji.   ''"hm irf  managor.    lhe ,, sVl,,.,. ...ai, ju
3i 'band ■ omes from Victoria
-mmi\       I   *   " ' ,
3 "it '■■<'■ •■■■    of the fi:'-  t
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-"'•■   (,::,,iii:/r.'itn j;  vith 2i-of tho host  [aVg0 t'ainily.   I, n'
musicians in the  land.    It  has ft(jd that she is a tot
(raveled in the various parts of      .. ^ ,i.11.irv 'w ■-,
the    globe,   but   herotofon   il   _,.(. wiu ..,„N,   .
nsor-
isition,
clsoinc
in    up    a
!   scarcely
,,, .ner.
i ol    i    to her;
in fait Id Lilly   u'
Bcldoniihus   left   British  soil. | mtmx iov u t,-mifortable home.'
zH   seldom   lias   left   I
"M, I'rfiis       year       it
  securei
nerniission    u> leave in orde
the St. Louis  fair, am
London
Express.
(o go to
tlif Spoktuu. fair,   Tho band   is]
[ntheprixo fight lest   night
^iilllllllil*^
liiiiilililji''ili^
mmi
. ...  .     t,       between Munro and Jeffrie
= .  iin-eparmg   special j    or   tl ese . the ltttU)r w«n
Si   two ongagements by daily dills j™J dround.
iii||   .and  most   persistent   practice. -__..•_—_- _*»     ^.^r-em- mrmr^,.^.r',
\. hi. OHQUSI Kfliioraiiil t-ropricir-
Pnblubo' -vi-ckiy ai Mi.iwii...!..(.
SubBa-iplnon rnci-. Si.'m pt-rumiuii!, paynbi,-
11 it vim'.-.. oi£her yorirly or halt yearly at th.i
oplio i rr tta ■ rsuli-iTibi-r.
.vivmism;.' rai».'-Hcni on apiilicnliusj.
SATUHUAY,  August.-.''..   lflffit.
William Waldorf Astor's
daughter is engager! to be
marrietl to an Enghshmen who
has im title.    She must be in
v- '\uti; the fellow.
j-j, -vi—._*,«.- _*,-_.,,,, . t,,_ .-:,;>..,»( _■ i,}.;.*am ittm ikx/a i^m-^ir-t tatn -t 'MH ?■** aw**.---*"**"
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:. MEYERHOFFS
mmBm
l. Carrying His Majesty's flails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays   Thurs-
! days anil  Satimkys,  at  8.3D a. ni.,  arriving   at
Borne of tke Atlantic  coast
icrmen   are now  trying to
biggei whali   stories   than
_ah'i        It's mean  to  take
,    , una'j'' oi tin deceased.
Canadi r    trying  to entice
immigrants from   the  I mttecl j
States.    We wouldn't   can.  if
she. givi ui  the picking  enr
out.— Turner County   Elerald. |
IB
1 wh.' II
MP jMcKIN'M'A' at 5 p.m.
Returning will leave CAMP Mr. KINNEY on
itE-j Sundays,  Wednesdays  and  Fridays at <   a, ni.,
j* ■
ft.
reaching MIDWAY at 3:00 p. ni.. aiu: making con
' jit, j nection with the train going east at 5:00 o'cloek.
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AGENT FOi;
n-itchefl, Lewis & Slaver OetnaJ
WHS C-AIILT A FFLi. IiME 01
FARMING IWIfiKNIS&W^
CK4MPI0N MOWERS AND B&KES
ODO'iuile-outli   HABlL'i   iiAI'JUii,   Vl'ASl!,   '■>..„>.,-,.
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The best of accommodation for
thc convenience  of   tm
travellmi public.
R. MEVERHOfr, PROPRIETOR.
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THE BANK OF BRITISH COLITJ  ^_S
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21 J   1'aid-np Capita
JLl   Reservi Funi
With Which i- Amalgamated
IU..-.1' OEEIOE:   TOKO." vo
|st"£f^.5gS^^ Aggregate liesouivei- did Nov. laitimve
pwn. 1
irepi wi
1 tim
iieffor
wfetehni
'mmwitw
A school teacher not over a
thousand miies away found a
Iai ii thi geography class who
was deeply interested ii learning th*- points ol th* compas!
". ii< teachei said "\ 11 have
in front ol you, thi north; on
vour right the east; ani 1 n
vour left, the west. What
havt you behind vou" After
, i-.v, momaits reflection.
Alien exclaimed, "A patch on
nv riant. ' 1 mak- tiie information more emphatic, Alien
continued in a sham- -faced
manner, '! .cn-iv yoi i sei it.
1 told m j vou would.
I  LONDON OFFICE
_. j   NEW YOKE AOENCY
"LIKE THE OLD FRUIT FAIRS"
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
SPOKANE INTERSTATE FUR
Spokane, October 3 to 9
With Large Displays in all Departments.
$20000 Offered for Frnit and Fruil Exhibits.
More than $30,000 in Premiums and Pur_es
Fiveor More Exciting'Rases Each Day. 812,000 in Prize;-
Down Town Carnival Each Night.
Fitth Retrimen: Britisl Artillery Band.
Free High Class Vaudeville Attractions Daily.
Fine Mineral Display Dog*Show. Art Exhibit. Etc
Remember-Low Rates and Special Excursions to al! Railroads. !
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VA.   BRAS
I.  B. VALKIU     'v-
_NGH  RIM.CEE.
In ailiiitii)? thi  l>an:  has 101 branches and Ag<
■.nnl tin  I nm 1   States, including the tollowm- n   Uritis
bia and tin   * uki 11   1 eri il	
atlin.  oiii;i:::\vi)OE   nelson    \:&JvG01we]
"i,..::i!i;;ii)i.        KAMLGGB ."': v v; .
li. X-Azttx        NANAIMO ...: '   ai   'I,
EEKXIL. WHI DJ   UOBSE
BRvtNSffBSMN Ttfl  I'MTHD 3TV.TB
Ne%\'Vork. jar. 1-raiiciECir 1'ortiiiiu jciiii.
acriptii ii oi buiikiiij  busines  ti ms«
Gn I rai
^     ■.._...,^[)-tt   '
Concnsuluii *-in ne.isu' • sst.
V-ritflorHrmium III', and kac: Hrgrror.j
ProYidance in Litig tion.
Doveiopments of a kind thari
iiapniiv ar<- not verj comn 1011 j
in Ih'itisli (.oinmbiu. bave
arisen in coimectioii witli the
Providence Aliiiin-.; Gompany,
which own- tin- 1'rovideni''-
nuii' a Oreeinviiod. Ghieago
capitalist Messps. .Madden,
i''. uind and Ileanej who have h
I-" intly-spenl sorm wewk* be- m
t.ween'Nelson rand tin Boundary, „*
invested 11 tin Eroviiieaee
mine, ar- did oilier Chinago
people. Tin' thrfc named
visitei tin uii ; • rt; thi sum-
III-- • 11 -j>" hov 1 ii -1,, non.-- were
beinj conductei antl generally
to loo] ovo tin ihine and man*
agemant. Ab j result.of their!
investigation rthe; aTeapplying|^
o tin couTte ii nnv' thTei of
tin dn ectoi"   reniovi 1  to ■ can-'
The looa director    whosi re
ni'iva 1  ask' 1 d< in al    thi   al
K'^atiDii   r ontai • 1  u  the i'dic
c ain    am   wil   resis   the aji   eg
filiuatioi for the orderremovhii    _|
j |j
^ A. Macdoiiald !. !.. of A.
Nelson, isactingffo tm niam. tt
ii' anu wil! pres- for Iiearinj -4$.
0 the motion al the next as-1 ^7
■■<'■• ru be held at Greenwood. [ gj|
whieh will be on October Kith.'
Nelson New*
•I. Vi. MeMvni. thi enterpris*
bl) inipleniein  agent, ot   Book
reeli receiveci another ear*
Juan of farming machinery
l-- week Owing-to tm Large
aniQunl oi'    Lai      that   i   now
•'IlltiV.'lt." I..'",',.   •', J,,.,-, ;,J„|
hu archis!    niiiiiniiii     tlien   11
laxgi    deniani    foi    im j. .
Qjento    of    al     ui't     which
will contini*  ti   iucreas*   a   I1.,,
■-    i"-f. ,.■    m0r(   tbi kl-
'ROIIT. B. COSOKOVL.occrenr.v an,'. Munugt;
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MAIL CONTRACT
Se to Annin 11
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MEW BUILDINi.:
FINE SUM)!
BIG RREW1
M.'i Qp   Aj    Al
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ZL^k,evi'r'D*rt,ti'   c: au5: Md *" ,rorh your flows am
WMdwert-raikas then; ,a   cwan ot t. wWvlo, oeat o. a pu..
.   —'  ■»*•—•    '«      w.tt_ir   v.   «-    yftiix
wotlngg nu qoca icr washmc clotn«s and imn-,.
Mad. onlv h" TH
■****"     Hem ion.   toro.
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Made orlv by THF V. K. FAiSBANK COMPAtTf
"»»•!■.      HnWYecj-,    6onc.-,.    _'. _o_u..     „_jilu,
iSSSr/.''7?55?7irr'"*rT
in
The  Dispatch.
T_«, l.anii'liu    .> ,,,,,,
The line;, teyj    thi     .*r i«    i     t*,,
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:      ''   ■■■■ 1 "■   thl    j   „'   '     ,,,
. Of tn -    -    ||      ..,.
J   'i'     ian_n     ... .   ,. '
Special Excursion   ti
■ • ivn   1 ir   H'iiiaij.ii.:  1 n
whi .   tii ;..'i   wil !■• bi
1 1 nl.    • .       I.U"      I '      till
i'.ur.    The*    rau     il
lln 1 ii-iiiei uni  lia ii 1 .i
M,--'.ui      '. itcifii       : '
ual uni    ot   tJiesu fix   ■
oxcuraion    -hit    wd
fchrougl fron  Portlam  an
l.imu v,ithoutehangi
>ui  lin  man',  jioini   ■   '
sail tthout tin   Wornioi
and  tai.u n  ride  thri
■  '
Mav   pictmi ^'.i
During  tin
""   um,,   11  im 'mi
'i 11*   .I"-. I ,r
1     iuL'writ   \'   '   M _fe*i I * tflffTs- //1'.!^ga_g___a_.iw U>    *■■,.-
____.___,'.'  , i ii   i   I  ir 'iiil'   s_0mxmfmm^_ttfi.k i» '.;?.".
(]  AilD l)!S"l!!i':. H
1 -'" rr'        i |U'
lamp McKinnej
srkins, oi' Westl   <-.,-
nn' tin   week-*  visitor
ITO.
niurui.    pri prietor   oi
tnn     MaKinne;     hotel, TH)        ■ ■'      ELlGHTEUi    WAY TO GROSS THE -.GONT1NE
inne; ami theoidesl
«'.    thai   nlai't   was in.
nr-  of tin week,
ll c> opem     lasl Tuesday
hot teacher, Mr.   (."lull C'liai Tliere   i-    a ttasssngXastle Gate, Canyon ofThc Urand,^Tennesset Pasb,
fcfttteuil             which   ii    i-i Marshall I'asjiani' tbeJRoyal Oor>si
I   wil        uj      maintained   .	
gfant th-  i-rm.                *       TKAII.S WM HfJWEK OtiBft. ANI) DENVER      ^_
nape feu.-1  iir-'  i-nov.   rag-'  ; ' —*"*'
,,     ,,  ., EQUIMEM"    AN0.SE1V1CF  SEGOKI   Tl    NOM:
ii the hn-     norti    u'    Inu
aherfoumn  being tlnn!SEEK    N(1    FARTHER.   FOI     BETTEI      \..\; "      ffl     FOUN1
was <iniiu thickly wooded '    —
timber, thai would l>.--nii-        Foro-_a___:inf0rination.->Adtif«_.
:or-«.nvin;:   int..   lumber. W .X. WcBRlDE,   Ue.ieral   Agent
gpfean   <iuin- i   lo.-;-. tu  til"11-1' Thlrd-Streel
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WOl'ICS
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business colleg:
809 Second Ave.,   Spokane, ;Wash.
The school where thorough work is done; wher
always given; where confidence is develqpe
keeping is taught exactly as books are being kepi
where Shorthand is scii ntific ; where penman;
_,„_ best; where merit is the standard ; wliere the tn
£$2 11. Service, Telegraphy, English and.CARTi s
rHiyii    3t 'dents, develops their powers and teaches th ir
Wyti ... .
Js-gJji    successful.    No argument is so eloquent as
Vl'nnrc'veil done.    No mr,m
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Larger Sleeping Cap ; erths.
One of the railway companies
that    owns  and   operates the
nil   ll
sping   ars in service
ss, is the Chicago, Milwaukee
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tornn
..ars on this line
Pullman  cars,
s Pullman Com-
a  dozen  years
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conipany nasi ztjz'tt
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.out sis  1111 .if.- ■ fsttp
mil  height  of the   »fl»
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,. rnuts 01  wider | itsfli
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skinii in  ordinary
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s is it better to trust to luck?   Is it wh ' :
For detailed information call, telephone
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGI
'809 Secocd Ave., S|  ■
tmveliug pubue.
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Riverside  Nurseries j
Grant! Forks, B. C.
nARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROFR
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised tress ai • -'
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries. et« ■
A fine assortment of Maples and .'other shade
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornament***
Tbe set-ivt uf success*, in planting, i-, 11 nsr -to seciin-K'
BECoKD—tu plant nr soon _.*■ pumsihli? <tft*i :
Trees obtained from- our nursery can lie pto*
Midway two days after they are dug.
Price list, and  full  Information  promptU
HB

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