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VoL 2, No. 38.
MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY.  MARCH, 19,  1914.
$2.00 per Year.
New
Spring Stock
Dry Goods
Our New Spring Stock of Dry
Goods have arrived consisting of Im-
ported and Domestic Prints, Ginghams,
Chambrays, Delains, Flannelettes, La-
dies Waists and Ladies White Wear
Goods.
These goods are of the latest designs
and newest patterns and will be sold at
attractively low cash prices.
Boots and Shoes
To arrive, a large and complete line
of Ladies, Gentlemens, Misses, Boys
and Childrens shoes.
Don't buy your spring goods
until you compare our
goods and prices.
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SPRING MEDICINE
It is an old custom among many people
to take spring medicine.
We have the old medicines as well as
the new and would be pleased to supply you with either. We particularly
recommend our Sarsaparilla,
Thomas Drug Co.    Midway   |
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Grand Trunk PaciHe Deposit.    Ulm and part  hs an Indian
|     Montreal,   Match    14.   The allotment.   The  case   was de-
cash deposit of  $5,000,000   was tided iu   favor of the mineral
made with the   Hank of Mon-1 claimant by  Receiver   Luddeu
j treal to the credit of the Doni- and an appeal was taken to the
iuion government by the Grand general land office.   The  land
Trunk Railway company. Greal commissioner has   upheld   the
interest attaches to the manner decision   of  Mr.  balden,   the
I of transfer, not merely  because ''laitnaiit     making   fiual   pay-
|ofthe large amount involved* jmeDt for the land andrecetying
j but because also of the fact that; t'"''r ^na' receipt Wednesday of
the Grand Trunk Pacific agree- b?st week.
ment has passed  safe through j  ► •♦	
its first real test.   The transfer!Transportation of British Trtops
was   extremely    simple.     The!    ., .   ,,     ,
Bank nf tfnntmoi ...     t     i     I    Montreal. March  15.—Major-
ixiJiK or aioiitreal act as banker) .
'geueral sir Charles Parsons, K.
forthe Grand   Trim!: Railway £.?? „
rf   , .      i ,     C.MiG., commander in-chief of
It   acts also   a-s ile-i  ,,,...,. .
the hritish   forces   in  Canada,
was in Montreal recently.   Dur-
company. It acts also as de
positoiy for the governnient.
Instead, therefore, of the Grand
Trunk getting together five million dollars in specie and cart
inj,' it down to Ottawa in charge
of an armed guard, the financial
agents of the company negotiated a loan of that amount with
the hank, and the bank in turn
placed it to the credit of the
government. The minister of
finance, should occasion demand
ing his stay sir Charles Parsons
had tt conference with general
manager McNicoll, of the C. P,
R., and it is understood that
the topic 'discussed was the reported to have been entered into by the Canadian Pacific, railway wirh the [Iritis1.! government forthe transport rl Briiish troop- across tbe continent
cnnlri ,,„ i„ ,_,__ \     i       ii     'l'n case nf emergency,
couui go to the hank and draw; 6
out the whole amount iu gold Tho Present uncertian Conor other legal tender. d it-ions in the east, coupled with
This cash deposit should sil- j^bo alliance of Great Britain
ence the critics, who have main-''■ wit!l JaPftD- ,l,:ll;i'il imperative
tained that the government tha^ the imperial government;
had displayed weakness   in giv-  s,KMl!,i bavet'i •  n ii:it .? _:-'cu
ing the company the optiou of l»rtin3 fcro 'i,,  fco <■'"'' &t tout,
1 ' with all despatch, and the  ail-
British liuao:Ters nil only the
quickest,  but  safest   route   in
A.s a matter of  fact.JCMeof emei*&enc
making the deposit in st
or cash, taking it for granted
I that no cash would be forthcoming
the government is now relieved) The output cf the dTscusstou
of all liahiltty under that head, i between sir Charles Paiyons
the bank of Montreal havincac-1 a°d Mr. McNicoll was it is nn-
cepted, on account of the loan, iderstood a't arrangement that
the very securities lhat might!'n the event of any trouble
; have fallen   into  the hands of: arising in the  far   east calling
j the government.
for the intervention of England,
Boiled down, the transaction j the passage across  the   contin-
means that the Bank  of Mon- ent would be made  easily and
'treal accepts all   responsibility expeditiously via the Canadian
jon the strength of the securities, I Paciflc railw''l.v-
receiving    therefor   a   cerlain!  •	
percentage, known only to the!        The Hendryx .Process.
parties interested.    It will cost „         .      L,„                  * ..
it... t<-„-A t„„„i  »i    fit fiy saving M per cent of the
the brand Iruuk the difference ,,_,.,           ,
,i,„,„ „.„*,„,                     ,i tota go t and silver values in
between what percentage thev h                   ,      ,.
L„ *,                      ,                 . the   ores from   the   Mountain
are by  agreement   to  receive ,.        .         „      ...   n   „
c        ,.                                     , Lion mine at Kepubhc. Dr. tien-
from the   government on   the ,                 v   ,
,                  i      ,        t,           i.. oryx has proven   the complete
deposit   and   what    thev   will •          „ , ,   ,,     .            .
',                           ii,"    ..„ siicces*. of his Hendryx agitator
have to pay tothe bank.    Jhei      , .,                "-          -
and cyanide  process in saving
low   guide   gnld   values.   The
iques-tiou of  saving the values
, , in Republic   ores   h;ts   been   a
the company to push the work'
ahead as rapidly as possible to
the point that released the deposit. The negotiations were
conducted by cablegram between
fact that it likely will amount]
to from .$50,000 to 875,000 a year'
should act  as tin   incentive to j
the head office of the Grand
Trunk in London and the parties to the transaction here to
Ottawa. Tlie officials of the company were determined not to
leavethe matteropeii toadverce
criticism, hense tho cash deposit.
Curlew Is On Mineral Claim.
R. I).  Johnson,  of Spokane,
has won his fight  for the  pos
most puzzling one. All previous attempts tailed. When
Dr, Hendryx promised to save
80 per cent, or more of the values at a cost of only $1.50 per
ton, there was naturally Considerable excitement among
mining men. The liepublicores
are of low grade, running about
$10 a ton. The smellers pay
about $9.40 for the gold and
silver in ore assaying $10 and
deduct $6 for freight and treatment That leaves the mine
owner only §13.40 oul of whicli
he must pay costs and get a
rofit.   By saving .Viper cent of
session of 182 acres of land. |
which.it is stated, practically the values, Dr. Hendryx re-
comprises the town of Curlew,[covers bullion worth $8,30 from
a little place about 13 miles $10 ore and if the cost of mill-
south of Midway, but on the ing is only $1.50 there is a net
American side of the line.
On December fi, 1900, say. thf
Chronicle, Mr. Johnson applied tl! l-':;i    "" ''
for a patent for the Aubin Boy.
Little Pete, Lewiston Boy, Res- tbe case of the Repulbic inin.-.
surrection, Baby D. fraction, ''"i'l doubtless tt
LBaby D., Little Pete Extension, grade properties in other sec
■1-M-S, Hanlup. Last Chance and tions. Many Republcproperties
Black Hawk lode mining claims, I that have long been idle will
and the Aubin Boy millsite. likely resume active operations.
Protests against the granting Ifr'looke as il the Hendryx proof the patents were filed, part
of the land   beiner claimed   bv mining camp
prolit of.sti.SO instead of $3.40
to tho mine owner. Such a
the difference
between success and   failure in
o similar low
will work wonders in that *hx cmxm   ^      '.J   nramx  -.nr,
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A. M. VVOVENDEN, Sec
30 St John Street,
Montreal, P. Q
Business,  residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars -0
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
IX M ('«0t:sR.
Agent for British Col hin,
Midway, B. 11.
\_______m__-W_-tm*.
MINERAL ACT.
Oertiflcnte   of   Improvements
Ji Nii'Kii Minkral  Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Tale District. Where loeated: At Keremeos. ,
TAKK NOTICK that I. Charles de liloin
Green, Kree Miner's Certiiicate Nn. BB1KU
for myself and as agent, for Kdwnrd Bullock-
Webster Kree Miner's Cortiflcato No. H6I0W,
Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, toapply to the Mining Recorder for a Certlflcate j
Of 'Improvements, fnr the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Orant of the above claim.
And further tako notice lhit. Action; under
Keclinn .17, must bc commenced before tho  is-
mince of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 21st day of January, 1004.
C. dell. ORKKN.
MINERAL ACT.
Certlflcate   of '.Improvements
Kkkhtowk, Bio Month, Montr Bhavo and
Montk Rkoo Minkkai.  Claims.
Situate In  the Greenwood Mining Division
of Yale District.  Where located:   In
Greenwood Camp.
TAKK NOTICK that I. Isaac H. Hallett,
as agent for Randolph Stuart, froe miner's
eorl.lflcfttc No. 880281 and James Napier Paton,
free minor's certlflcate No. HR2MSU, interi'd sixty
days from thodate hereof, toapply to tho Mining
Rocorder for Ccrtlllk'iitcs of Improvements,
for the purposo of obtaining Crown Grants of
tho above claims, '•'■
And further take notice thalactions, under
section 37,  must  bo commenced beforo the
Issuanco of suoh Certitlcatcs of Improvements.
Hated this 4th day 3f January, ltHH,
I. H. HAMiKTT
NOTICE,
TAKK NOTICE that fflldays Jrom the dalr
heroof I intend to apply to llio Chief Commissioner of Landa and wnrkf'for permission
to purchase thc Kast) of See,It, Township Al,
Osoyoos Kistriot.
Dated this 12lhdayof December, 1KB.
R, W. NKAVKS.
C. deB, Oreen. Agent.
THE NORTHWESTERN
BUSINESS^ COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, ,Wash.
The school where ihoroughwork is done; where the reason
is always g.ven; where confidence is developed > where Book-
keeping is taught exactly as books are being kept in business ;
where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is at its
best; where merit is the standard; where the training in Civil Service, Telegraphy, English and Cartooning wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them howto be
successful. No argument is so eloquent as the record of
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no thief can
break through and steal the knowledge 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 call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane Wash.
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - .   PROPRIETOR.
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A fine assortment of Naples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
The «gM!>jW in planting, is, F,n8T-l(> secure good rtock,
Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after they are dug.
Pr,Ce ,,"t' •"* f«» Information promptly  gtren.

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