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Vol. 2. No. 4.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JULY, 25,  1903.
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A.F.THOMAS, DRUGGIST.
At tlm convention held in
Greenwood lust' week liy the
several liberals associations
of the Greenwootl electoral district every individual member
of these associations was entitled tu vote, and there, were represented at the convention,
either in person or hy proxy,
155 ineiiiliers of the (ireenwood.
Midway, Boundary Falls, and
Eholt associations,
After the convention had
been called to order some time
was spent in examining the
credentials of those present- and
in arranging for balloting for
the liberal candidate for the
district, Eventually it was
decided that there should not
lit) any formal nomination of
those mimes that were to be
submitted, so the first balloting
proceeded without tiny nomination having been made.
When the ballots bad been
counted, it was found that (Mi
were for Mr, .1. If. Brown, 5(i
for Thos. ,J. Hardy, and three
sundries.
Mr. Jirown was then formally
nominated und declared thc
unanimous choice of the convention   by  a   standing  vote.
Mr. Brown addressed the convention for about half un hour,
ami in the course of his remarks
declared himself in favor o,
government ownership ol
public utilities, of legislation to
prevent strikes and lockouts,
nnd of compulsory arbitration.
He spoke briefly on the necessity
that exists for a better administration of public lands; contended that thoJHieral party is
not a capitalistic party ns declared hy the socialists, instancing in support of his contention
the dominion legislation in favor
of labor passed by the f d rn'
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chairman, in fact he could bave insured with the Ye\v York
had the nomination if be so Plate Gliss Insniaine company
desired, but for business reasons for Ifi'.HHI. Tbe wind forced in a
he declined.      . ['sheet of glass six feet  wide by
The   credentials    committee, thirteen feet eight inches, high,
reported   that  there    were   i'A at the end of the siml.li window
delegates in attendance, seven
represented by proxy; After
an executive committee for the
district was appointed, and
Duncan Ross, secretary of the
Interior Liberal Council, addressed the convention on the
work of organization, the following were placed in nomination: \V..I, iSnogrnss, of Okanagan Falls: F. 11. Latimer, Long
Lake; .Jtnncs Schubert., I'cnlic-
t;on, and I.. II. Patton, Fairview.
Several ballots were necessary to a choice but linally Mr.
•inodgruss secured Iti out of 80
votes and the selection was
made unanimous.
The winning candidate was
loudly applauded when he rose
to thank the convention. Ina
brief but eloquent address he
tjiscussed some of the political
issues find closed by stating
chat his best efforts would be
put forth to win Similkameen
district for tbe liberals.
In the 1900 election Mr. Snod
grass ran against Price Ellison
and had a big majority in wba.
is now the Siinilluuneen district,
iie is considered a very strong
candidate and is sure to be
elected.
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A Severe Siorm.
Considerable damage was
done last Wednesday afternoon
by a violent wild storm, which
came up Boundary creek valley
tearing down trees by the scon
and playing havoc with buildings and other propeity. It did
not last half an hour, bit (luring
the short time the wind was
blowing it attained great velo-
ity and brought with it clouds
vernnient since they came in- |0f dust that darkened   the  at-
t.» power in 181*0; and concluded j Ill0!,,,i,e**e over the whole of thc
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by expressing his intention to
ttse all- legitimate efforts to
carry the (ireenwood district in
the lilieral interest at the forth
coming provincial election.
The nominee, John Itobcrt
Brown, is a son of Thomas W.
Brown, of Sarnia, Ontario
After leaving school he worked
on a farm until he was 20 years
of age. Then he spent two
years at tho High school iu
Toronto. Next he studied law
iv-> in the office of judge Lister,
'■'•*•.! judge nf the court of appeals.
Sarhin,'and later practised law
in the town ior two years. He
came to British Columbia in
the fall of 1898, and to Greenwood iu the following spring,
opening a law oflice there ami
practising alone until February.
11)01, on which date he entered
into partnership with J. P. McLeod, also n barrister. Since
then the linn has been doing
oue of the liest law businesses
in the district, Mr. Brown haa
during his residence at. (ireenwood, always taken a prominent part iu liberal politics, lie
is an active member of the
ical board of trade, and is a
man wilh a good clear record,
both in profession aud in
irivato life.
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W. J. Snodgrass, of Okanagan Falls, was unanimously
elected the liberal standard
bearer for the Similkameen district at a representative convention held in Keremeos last
week. Every section of the
large district was represented,
some of the delegates travelling
for three days to reach
Keremeos. W. A. MucLenn, of
Hedley City, was voted in the
hair, ami  George  Kirhy, of
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followed    and
cleared the air.
Between Bouudary Falls and
Greenwood the west fork stage
was caught where the main
road passes through some
thickly timbered country. The
branches of a falling tree struck
the owner a id driver, George
Mackenzie, knocking him oil
the stage aud stunning him.
His startled horses galloped towards Greenwood, leaving
Mackenzie lying on the roud.
When he regained his senses he
found that several trees bad
fallen about him, but outside of
a few bruises he escaped unhurt.
His team reached Greenwood
safely only to come to grief
against a telephone pole in tho
main street, which broke up
the stage.
At Greenwood   smelter   the
big     steel-plate     smokestack, i
weighing ten   or   twelve tons ;
and rising IM) fuet above its brick
base,  was   toppled    over   and
thrown across   the   Deadwood
branch of the Columbia & Western railway, its steel cable stays
having been snapped as if they
were   light lines.     The upper'
half of the stack was bent out
of shape,but the-lower half is!
undamaged, and   preparations
are now  in  progress   to   place
the latter hack in  position, to
serve its   purpose   until   after
the new brick stack, the erection
of which has already  been  decided   upon,  shall   have   lieen
completed.   It will not be necessary to shut down the smelter
whilst the erection of the stack
is under way.
At the Mussel, Law, Caulfiold
Co., Ltd.'s large store building
in Greenwood, part of the line
plate glass show windows was
wrecked.   Those windows cost
thafwas exposed to the foTce
of the storm, (Jetting behii il
two sheets of g|nss, each.uh.e
feet wide by thirteen feel, eight
inches high, il blew these o/ifc
onto the sidewalk, shit: lerin-.;
the glass into numberless pieces
and bending the steel iiudbriiss
frames that held it. Onii'oE the
smaller sheets above the !ar;,o
ones wtis also broken, Altogether the dnnitigii amounted
to about$500, wliieh loss will
fall on the insurance company.
The outgoing Canadian
Pacific train from Midway lo
Nelson run over the top branches
ofa tree that fell across ilie
track on a curve just tbis s'do
of Greenwood, but no luii-in resulted. Minor damage lo
buildings, sign boards, and roads
is reported from all places in
the Boundary. Gangs of men
are at. work cutting out fallen
timber ou roads, wlu'lsi telegraph tint! telephone ct mpiuiies
are busy el'iccting repairs, lines
lieing down in several directions,
A Good Showing-.
The   financial    year   ending
June HO has been oue of unprecedented prosperity for Canada.
The revenue  on  Consolidated
Account   amounted      to     ibo
enormous   sum   of  $0H,71jll,271,
giving a surplus of $22,200.1.1)8
over    ordinary    uxpendituris,
and of $15,000,0*5 over all" expenditures  combined.    AU Uie
receipts for the  last financial
year are not yet iu, when paid
they will alignment   the   total
revenue by about, a million and
a half.   A number of liabilit.es
incurred during the past twelve
mouths have also to be met.    11
I's not thought,   however, that
the totals given above will  undergo auy material change, as
the receipts  and expenditures
still to come will about balance
each other.   Camilla's big   ,-u -
plus Will give tbe Government a
chance toolt'cctn large rei.uction
in the public debt   if  tbey  so
desire.
Keremeos   acted as secretary.
Mr MacLean, made an excellent I fihout $1,100 and they had   been
Another Killing- Deal.
Attention is again lieing turned to.some of the high   grade
mineral claims situate on  lbe
wost. side  of Bouudary creek,
immediately above Greenwood
and opposite   Ilie   well  known
Providence and Elkhorn mines
that during tbe past tew months
have    attracted   much   noliee.
W. M. Law and Duncan .Mcintosh, of Greenwood, and 11.   \.
! Fuller, of Spokane, have formed a syndicate lo acquire eleven
claims,    including  the  1).  A.,
formerly owned by the Boundary Creek Mining & Milling Co.,
Ltd., and the Gold Bug, upon
whicli   latter  I). A.   Holbrook
has done a deal of work.   Loth
there claims have shipped high
grade ore, and it is believed tlmt,
with   systematic development
work the veins will be found in
place and sufficiently large to
make it profitable to work them.
Tbi' purchase price of the group
is $30,000,   A Hrsl payment has
already been made to I). A. Holbrook ou  the Gold  Bug,   iintl
that ou the remainder of the
group is to be made tothe bank
of Montreal, Rossland, on August 1st.   Prospecting has commenced with four men, the intention   being to increase the
working force as development
shall warrant.   There are several known leads on the group,
all but one  being quarts', min-
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■__> 0. M. OBOUSK MitorniMll-ii)|)rletor
PiihlUhed ivoukly at, Midway. I1.C.
pilon o( the sulwcrlliiir.
Advertising ratoa sunt, on application,
win iiii.v appittuueti MirouB""""-
His kddress certainly created a
     favorable impression and  his
Siilwoription prlco, $2,011 por aiinnin, paynlilo  SU|,porterg 8ee ]n him the victor
advance, olthor yo.uly or hall yearly at tho, ^ ^ appl.oftching oiimp,. j-jn."
In regard to better termsfrom
the Doniinion government
which all the provinces want
and probably deserve, no one
can blame Mr. McBride for trying to get all he can. But we
believe it would be a mistake
for the government of British
Columbia to get any more funds
SATURDAY, JULY 25,1003.
Register your vote now.
After August 14th no applications will ( be received. On
August 31st the several courts
of revision will be held to finally t'rom the Dominion' treasuy, be
settle and determine the list.
PREMIER McBRIDE'S
POLICY.
Hon.  Richard McBride  who
visited  the   Boundary   Creek
country lately, though   he had ri(.lak   Wo  know'that large
not time,  R appears,  to  stop sum8 ()f money have heon wa8t.
I ed in this part of the  province
fore stopping the loakages in
the Provincial treasury. It is
true we have not revenue
enough at present, but this is
due, in a large measure to the
extravagance and mismanagement    of    incompetent    of-
over at Midway much toi the
disappointment of the faithful,
addressed a conservative meeting at Grand Forks, where he
outlined the policy of the
government.     The   following
iy the lands and works depart
ment, and there are reasons for
believing that the same conditions prevail throughout the
nrovince.    These  missions   to
extract contains the major Jjttawi, if successful, will not
portion of the premier's speech
as reported by the Grand Fork's
News Gazette:—"Mr, McBride
stated that two of his colleagues,
Messrs Greeu and Wilson had
gone to Ottawa for the purpose
of getting better terms from
the Dominion government and
inducing the Federal authorities
to withdraw its veto from
provincial legislation restricting Japanese immigration. He
held that the province had not
received fair financial treatment, from the Laurier government in view of the fact that it
has paid into the Dominion
treasury twice as much per
head of population as any other
province in the Dominion, He
felt confident of the success of
their mission. Dealing with
the action of the Ottawa authorities in (Its-allowing the anti-
Japanese legislation passed by
the British Columbia legislature
Mr. McBride said it was intended to submit strong arguments
against the interference of the
Dominion in purely provincial
concerns even though the
Doniinion had acted upon the
advice of the Imperial government, which was disposed to
cultivate friendly relations with
Japan. For his part he was in
a position to outline the positon
of his governnient in regard to
this question. • The anti-Japanese legislation would be re-
enacted and if the Dominion
government insisted in exercising its veto again he proposed
to re-enact the measure again
and again until justice was
granted the province. The
necessity for restricting Japanese immigration was impei-a^
live ; and for his part he would
bo satisfied to go to the country
on that issue alone in order to
get the opinion of the electorate.
He then took up the southeast Kootenay land question.
He pointed out that his government existed thus far on suf-
france and said it wonld bo
unwise and unfair to deal with
so momentous an issue until he
and his colleagues had received
tho enclovstition of the electors.
If sustained, as he confidently
believed he would then take
steps to deal with the question
on its merits without fear or
favor.
Tho premier reviewed his
successful struggle in the house
^gainst  the  granting of   the
ight million acres land subsidy
tind a three million dollar cash
subsidy in favor of tlio Canada
Northern railway promoted by
Mann & Mackenzie, the railroad
contractors By his oll'orts in
season and out of season the
efforts of Dunsmuir and
Joseph Martin had boon baulked and a large asset thus saved
tothe province, Mr. McBride
added that his attitude in regard to land grants to other
railways would be the same.
He would strongly resist any
attempt to "blanket" tho province with vast hind grants
permanently   mend    matters,
what we want more than better
terms is reform in  the administration' of  our  affairs.    Regarding the restriction of Japanese immigration, that is tn t
alive issue iu tho  interest of
the province, and if Mr. McBridi
should go to   the country on
that issue alone, we don't think
ho would be very successful, be
sides if the Dominion disallows
Provincial legislation upon the
advice of the Imperial government that desires  to keep  on
friendly terms with Japan,   it
may be a  wise policy to continue legislation   of this kind,
but we fail to  see  it.    British
Coluwhia   is  a   part   of    the
British Empire; and when the
Imperial forces were hard pressed in the  late war  in South
Africa,  a   largo    number   of
British Columbians volunteered
their assitance,  and  were rewarded for their patriotism by
the British  Columbia government.   The Imperial authorities
saw fit to enter into an alliance
with Japan, aud, in our opinion
the   desires   of   the  Imperial
authorities should be respected
by every citizen,  and particularly every local   government
throughout  the Empire.     On
the south-east Kootenay land
question, Mr. McBride said it
would be unwise and unfair to
deal  with   so    momentous a
question until he  and  his colleagues had  received  the en-
dorsation of the  electors.    In
other   words   Mr.    McBride's
policy is this;  I want  the sup
port of all parties  until after
the election then I will decide
it.   "Keep us iu  and we  will
settle it".    The people should
answer, tell us what you   will
do, then we will know whether
to keep you   in  or  not.    Respecting land grants and subsidies  Mr. McBride claims to
have been instrumental in  resisting grants to the   Canada
Northern.   He would strongly
resist any attempt to "blanket"
the   province  with  vast  land
grants.   But the transportation
question is an important one in
this province:,has Mr. McBride
any policy to  announce?  The
Dominion government are opposed   to   land   grants    and
subsidies in money.    But they
are  attempting  to  solve   the
transportation question.    They
propose in the case of the Grand
Trunk Pacific to build a portion
of it by the  government and
to guarantee the bonds on another portion.   To sum up Mr
McBrides's policy as  gathered
from his speech at Grand Forks,
it would be something like this:
I cannot promise any reform in
the administration of  affairs,
but will endeavor to get some
money out   of the  Dominion
treasury.   In spite of the advice
of the Imperial authorities and
the    disallowance     of     provincial     legislation     by    the
Dominion.   I intend to  uphold
provincial rights and  to keep
policy respeewiiK nm jnnnu-^u-i,
Kootenay land grants at present
through fear of losing votes, I
am opposed to land grants and
money subsidies, but have ho
policy to announce as an alternative in the solutition of the
transportation question. Purely negative rights through, and
a pretty poor bill of fare to put
before an intelligent electorate.
THE LIBERAL PLATFORM.
The liberal platform, as
adopted at the provincial
liberal convention held at Vancouver on February 7th, 1002, is
as follows:
1. The immediate redistribution of the constituencies of
the province on the basis of
population but allowing a
smaller unit of population per
seat for the outlying districts.
2. Government ownership,
Dominion, provincial and municipal, of puhlic services of
utilities is sound and should be
carried out in British Columbia.
'd. Should it be advisable at
tny time to grant aid to a railway company such shall be in
cash and not in land and no
bonus of any kind shall bo given
without definite and effective
means being taken to safeguard
the interests of the province in
he management of the toad,
control of the freight and pas-
touger rates, and provision made
jtgainst stoch railway having
tny liability against it except
i'or actual cost,
1. Immediate construction
iif the Coast-Kootenay railway;
the Cariboo railway; a railway
from Albemi to a point on the
last coast of the island; a road
in the northern part of the
province from the coast to the
eastern boundary with an ox-
: elision to the northern botind-
:try; the railway from Vernon
to Midway by north fork of
Ivettlo river; with necessary
liranch lines, ferries and connections.
5. The enforcement of the
act now in force compelling tlm
sealing of logs by government
scalers;
6. That such legislation
should be enacted as will result
in making the lauds included in
the various dyking areas available for cultivation as quickly
as possible and secure prompt
payments of assessments when
due.
7. That the government
should keep in touch with con
ditions in connection with min
ing, protecting said industry
against combines and trusts
and if necessary for the purposo
build and operate smelters
and refineries. No reasonable
change should be made in the
mining laws without full notice
to all parties interested, giving
full opportunity for discussion
and criticism.
8. As the province can only
advance by the settlement with
in its borders of thrifty and
prosperous citizens, and as
Orientals never become citizens
in any proper sense of the word,
we declare it to bo the duty of
the government to discourage
Oriental immigration and employment by every means with
in its power, and we appeal to
our fellow liberals throughout
the Dominion to aid us in our
efforts to protect ourselves
against the ruinous competition
of men having a standard of
decency and coinfortimmsensely
below that of civilized peoples,
and who shirk every duty and
obligation of citzenship which
the law will allow them to
escape.
9. The government ought to
prevent the waste and suffering
caused by strikes and lock-outs,
and an earnest effort ought to
be made to provide some means
of preventing such strikes and
lock-outs, and we approve the
adoption of compulsory arbitration. '
10. The fiscal system of the
province stands in need of revision. Taxationshould bear upon
privilege   rather    than   upon
|liuviiiv.v'.^**'.*jt**'-.*-t t ,y;, t    'r
properly'chargeable to capital:
11. The retaining of the
resources of the province as an
imet for the benefit of the
people and taking effective
uieasuresto prevent thqaliena-
tion of the publicdomain except
for actual bona fide business or
industrial purposes, putting an
end to the practice of speculating  in connection   with    the
samo.
12 Tho construction and
maintenance of roads throughout the province to aid in the
development of the mining and
agricultural districts.
Why yon should huy
FAIR   PLAY
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BECAUSE it. is tlu'Ja'Ut';s_ high gnxAe
10 or 20c. plug
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Carrying His Majesty's Hails
WHI leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thurs-
davs and Saturdays, at 8,30 a. m., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p. m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m,
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m., and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
Th* beat of aoeommodatlon for
tho oonvonlonoo of  tho
travelling publlo.
21    R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
TICKETS
-TO ANI) FUOM ALL-
Points   East
VIA
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia,
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,700,000.   •   RESr, $3,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKER, Gen. Wgr.
W. ALLISON,
Manager Greenwood Branch.
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Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
Spokane, Seattle and Coast Points,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago
ANII P0IXT8 KAST
2   9ParmkammTtmkXMr ft
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New Equipment Throughout, Day Coach*-,
PalaeCand Tourlit Sleepers, Dilrnif and
Buffet Smoking Llkrary Cart.
Pin- Ticket*' Rnlui, Kolrlur*. ami Full
ItifortnHtton, call on or lulitruiw
Any Agent ol tke Oreil  Northern   Rollway
ir wrilii
A. II. il. IIKNN'WTOV, (1. W. P. A.
tit KM Avomio, 8K.1TTI.K, W.-HH.
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Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
-The. undersigned having re-opened thi*; well-
known and comfortable hotel invite the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF JJQUQRS& CIGARS.
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Fimiiice-lientedfiind comfortably fiirnlalu-d ronuii.   (
Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.
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f headquarters for railroad, mining and commercial m
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The
Best Hotel in  Midway
Crowell's Hotel
Rigs to any part of the country for guest's convenient
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S. A. CROWELL,
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C, Dickenson,   of   Greett-
■vfts in town on Friday..;
\V. 8nod«riW8, of OktttiiiKan
Jgt-v»s»vi8itor fro Midway
Imrsday.
A,Coulson, of this town,
ined two carloads of
' stoMossen, N.W.T. last
Li»y*
IH, Chapman, of Montreal,
, Oppenheiiner, of Groen-
visited Midway during
|«eek.
0, Marsullet, shipped six
ada of horses from tho de-
l,cre   today    to    Arton,
toba.
Pinas Graham, of Colville,
Triiomiis Finiiejjan, of
1,111c,   were   in    town on
Mny*
■nam Uoss, of Greenwood,
Id through town on Tues-
li) bis   return   from   tho
JIlltKH'll.
IM, Fdleridii. roprusoiiting
>ii HroH. -vholoiuue grtfcerfli,
niu, was iu town a few
this week,
ift'. ForguHon, representing
Lahicldel & Co., wholesale
Hoods, Montoal, and Van-
,«•!■»  in  town  on Fri-
Anyone wishing
to purchase horses
will find it to their
interest to inquire
of J. A. COULSON
one and a half miles
from  Midway,, or
Dispatch office.
^u.n.DUon ™
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GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Rinds of Work Executed to tbe Satisfaction of Customers
Webb
KERAL AC'i
111 und Dempsey, of Green-
V hnve leased tho Boundary
| hotel from Thos. Wake
II furnish it  through-
ihor Itedard, of Greenwood,
n town on Wcdneuday, on
return from Anarchist
Uiin, and Camp Mc-
 ►,♦-	
i[KB Br.BcroB.-i of Gueen-
JifHWiRiuiKO.
STUBMBSi—I take this op-
mity of thanking you for
I unsolicited support at tin-
tal convention recently
Lit Green wood City.
|hilc sonie of my friends
Wixious that I shoulil con-
'the riding jis un inilopend-
ll will have to consider the
|er. Again thanking you
naiil
Yours truly
TH08.HAKDY
Certiflciite   of   Improvements
STOTIOB
P. A, Minkkai, Claim.
Situate In the Oaoyoos Mining Division  of
Yale      District.    Where   located:   On
Kruger Mountain.
-pAKK NOTICK Ilml I.   0. dull. Oroon, a
I agent for A, I,, lirodcrlck. freo jiilnur'n cere
Illlmlo   No.   nilllBlniid for   Ooo. Frederick,
free mltier'fl    certlflcaie  No. iillflN:.', Intend
sixty    days from lho dole horeof, to apply
lo    llir   Mining   llooorder for « Cortlthulo
of Improvements,   for tho purpose of obtain
lux a Crown Ornnl   of    tho   abovo  claim,
Ami furthor (Ado notico that aotion undor
section 37 must be ooinmonood boforo thu Issu
unco ot slich Cert illcato of Improvements.
Iiiiiod Hii- 18th day of J nnr. 1003.
C. doll. GI1KEN
BICYCLE  AND
IftACHINE REPAIRS
PAINTING
AND
SIGN
WORK
mTdwayand
greenwood.
&
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
' T- WALKER,   PROPRIETOR.
Bocoks,
Magazines
and Stationery
AU the best   brands of Cigars and
Tobaccos kept in stock.
REBRANCH MONEY ORDER OFFICE OF THE
DOMINION   EXPRESS   COMPANY
a
Imported
SENTINEL"
No. 900, English   Stud   Rook
By "HAWKEY" Out of
"FAIR RENT"
McLKOll A; BROWN.
B.uuiisTKiis, Solicitous, Etc,
UiiKKNwnno, B. C.
MINKRAL ACT.
Gertiflciito   of   Improvi-int'iita
NOTIOB.
II. It. ami IIuooki.imk Minkiiai,   Claims.
Situate In the Kottlo River Mining IHvlslon
of Yalo   District.   Whore  located:   In
Commmwcallh Camp.
TAKK NOTICK ihal I. Korbos M. Kertiy. a.
n* agonl (nr ll"b»rl -S. Iiiiycs, froo minor,
cert I thai o N'o. uMn nnl llu<li Hood free mill,
er'ncortilicato No. iijutvu. inteiul sixty days
from tho "Inl,i horoof, lo apply to lho MIiiIuk
lie-order (or a Cerlilllaiio of Improvements,
for ihu nnrn'wo of obtaining n Crown Grant nf
Lhe above olainut.
And  nrllicr tako notice that aetlnn. undor
section 37. must  Ik- oiimnionocd beforo llu;
Issuance of such Ocrtltlcalo of Improvements
Haled lhl- ldlli day it May, MM
KOIlliKS M. KKItllY,
Agont
|ets at Low Rates to the East.
VIA
| Chicago. Milwaukee 4 St
Pauls
on sale at all ticket
on Juno 4th  and  Sth,
24th to 30th,  inclusive;
15th and 16th, and August
Nnd mh.
kets good for going pass-
ir ten days from date of
vith final return limit of
, from date of sale.
Iifther information address
H. & Rowe,
General Agent,
[ind, Oregon.
iial Round Trip Rates.
Veen June 4th and Aug-
th the Illinois Central will
imd trip tickets from Grind Washington points to
Ro, Cairo, Memphis and
[Orleans at GREATLY
ICED RATES.
M* good for threo
Going limit ten days,
•••'■g'littitt leu 'lays nftor
|"K west Stop over privi-
j either way, wost of the
|«ii River.
1 dates are arranged to bo
Inient for delegates to con-
™»of National Ediication-
iiocinthm ,w Boston; Elks
Itimore; Woodmen at In-
Polis; Eagles at Now York;
'it Saratoga; Knights
ytWas at Louisville and
iweial Travelers , ot Indi-
lis. '
l'> can take your choice of
Pei*     Different     Routes
IMMENSE
OPPORTUNITY.
For Getting: 9 Beautiful Watch
and Chain Free.—No Money
Required—Every Nan, Wo
man, Boy, or Girl has the
same Opportunity under our
System,
In nrdcr to have Dr, Arnold's Kn*r-
listi Toxin V\\\* placed In the linnd* of
nil pt'rai-ra snlferinB frnm •««! jlt*lth
we make tliu following most lilieral
otter :—
If j on will send ns your name ami
mlArets and nfcree lo sell for ty Iw-lye
Imxee of Dr. .Arnold's English Toxin
I'ills at •£">'. lierliox, we will v\ve y..»
absolutely Free a beautiful Watch
and Chain in either Ladies or Oenis
size, or your rlioice of twenty oilier
nreiiiinins such asBni- set* of Jewelry,
Hinffs, Violins, Mnndolins, T>n Sets
Sateen Skirts, Cnmerns, eie,   Hi in-
lier we don't want any money until
after vou sell the Pills and you dnn't
have io sell any limn* thnn li hoxes Ir
net, the preiiiiums.   This is a holm Hit
olfer from a reliahle conrerii thnl, he
Will stand at Rock Crook
Hotel   for   service   of   mares,
SEASON  OF 1903.
TERMS: $15 for the season,
$20 to insure, $5 to bo paid at
time of service.
"SENTINEL"
i.s a seal Brown, stands 15 hands
-inches, weight 1100 pounds.
As may ho seen by reference to
the pedigree, this horse comes
of the best blood of the English
throughhrod and was selected
by Col. Dent of the British Remount Department purposely
for brooding to Canadian mares
with the intention of producing
remounts and high class drivers.
Free Pasturage for Mares.
Por particulars apply to
11. S. PITTENDRIGH,
Rock Creek, B. C.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER. INVENTOR, DESIGNER,
Spokane.Wash.. U.S.A.   Midway, B C.
Rock Creek, B. C.
M   S. TLA RSEN,  lup
Stopping plin-e for Singes to
mt 1'.inn nil Bomuliiiy
Gi'Hi k points,
Good Aceommodation ftp ihe Traveling Publie.
C.J.LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR and
NOTARY PUBLIC.
MIDWAY,
II. C.
p_ M. KERBY,
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
ProvincIai. Land   Sukveyoi
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway and Ohkknwooh.
(e us.   We will cheerfully
you anydetailed   infornm-
you want.
R H. Trcmbuix,
Commercial Agent.
142 Third St.
Portland, Oregon.
■riven IhmtMiiids of liolliira woiih of
p|.,.,iil s to iifti'iils ul] ovw tlio coin*'
M'V Hi'iiieiiili'-i' itl"11 ,'llH'' "r. Arnolil s
Unnilsll Toxlii Pills l"'« » »«•' k»"\vn
i'i'iiii'iiv fnr nil illsciises of thn kiilm-y
M,„l liliiilil.T. Uriulit'sdlsi'SMi.cliiiiicl..'.
rin iitisin, nervous, troubles,- siirt
folimle'oiimpliiints, and 'are for sule liy
nil Him. i'Ihsi" ili'HKHi"''" ""'l Aealois 11
nil purls of the world. You have only
toBliowltieni lo wil tlu'in. Yon nre
notofferiiiK aoinethitig Uml Uie people
don't, know. Our ivstiilios lite the
I'eiruliii- aliindiii'd si/.e for IjimU.'s or
Oeiitleiuen itl Nickel or (Ion Mi'tiil
CnneH with hiinil»oniB illiiininiUed diuls
nnd reliiihle tinie*kee|iers, wntehes
such im no lady or gentlemun need he
(MhMiied to curry. nnA they will he
sentiihsilutely Free lo all who sel
onlv twelve hoxes of tho"e wonderful
Toxin Pills. Write at once and he the
Hrst in vour locality to earn one (if
those Iwaiitifnl watches and chain. As
-(inn as we receive your letter or post
card we will send you post, pnul I welve
hoxes, toKHher with our IllllstniU'rt
CatiiloRiie and heaiitifiillv colored card
with your inline an.l address on jis our
iinlhorlwdiiKent. Bear In mind that
vou will not he asked ui sell any more
than the u hoxes and we don't want
■ny money until after you have sold
them; We hear all the expense and
nre onlv waking this liberal offer as a
metnoii of advertising llr. Arnold's
Ungllsh Toxin Pills. Don't delay,
write at once and earn a hcaiiliful present for yourself for Christ inns.
Reduced    Summer   Excursion
Rates.
The Denver & Rio Grande,
popularly known as the "Scenic
Linenf the World,"has announced greatly reduced round-trip
rates from Pacific Coast points
for the henefit of teachers who
will spend their vacation in the
East, and of delegates to all the
prominent Conventions—N. E.
A., at Boston; A. O.U.W., at
St. Paul; B. P. O. E„ at Baltimore; Woodmey of America
at Indianapolis; Eagles, at
Now York; Mystic Shrine, at
Saratoga Springs; K. of P., at
Louisville, and T. P. A„ at Indianapolis.
Tickets at the reduced rates
will be based upon one fare for
the round trip, but will he sold
only on certain days. These
ickets will carry stop-over
privileges on the going trip,
giving passengers an opportunity to visit Salt Lake City,
(ilenwooil .Springs, Colorado
Springs and Denver; and will
lie good to return any time
within ninety (UO) days. Passengers going via tho Denver
it Rio Grande are giving the
privilege of returning via a different route.
Por the rate to the point you
wish to go, and for dates of sale
and other particulars, as well
as  for   illustrated  pamphlets,
write
W. C. M03RIDE, GMIfsal Agent,
124 Third St. Portland, Or.
DR.  SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
RkndkLi. Block, GuKENWoon.
Phone 1)6. V. A N.
Smoke
The "BARRISTER"
Manufactured by the Hilda Cigar
Factory, I. Blumenstiel, Proprietor,
Hamilton, Ontario.
The "BARRISTER" is a Hand Made, Union Make Cigar. It is
I-J inches, full size and is made out of Pure Havaunii Filler imd
the very Choicest of Sumatra wrapper.
J. S.  HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE,
APPLICATIONS MADE FOI? CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS
AND GROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
THE SCENIC UNE
Through Salt  Lakp City, Lendville, Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver  nnd
the Famous Rocky Mountain Scenery by Daylight to all Points East.
FAST TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN OGDEN AND DENVER
MODERN    EQUIPMENT,   THROUGH    PULLMAN    AM]    TDURIBT
SLEEPING   CARS   AND SUPEH3    DINING   CAR   SERVICE
or rates folders and other
Information, address
STOPOVERS  ALLOWED
W. C. M.-.3'tl[)2, Oan
124 THIRD ST.
 Alft.
PORTLAND-  ORE.
Spokane Falls &Northern
Railway Co.
Nelson & Ft.
Railwav Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & G. N. By.,
Van., Vic.&E.Hy.&N.Co
The only nil mil nititi- liflweci
points Hast, wmsI mill south to Ross
In ml, Nclion, Grand Forks mul ItHpu'i
lie. OoilllHdls lit, Spokane with lhc
Orent Noi't.hct'ii, Non hi'i'ii I'.n'illc ilml
0. il. k N. (Jn. fnr points east, west
lllld south; ciiiiiHMJts ill llos-huul mul
Nelson with tin* (liiniiilian I'millc Ky.
ColllUH'tM lit Nelson with the lv. It. .V N.
Uo. for linitlii mul SIih'iiii polnti).
UoiiiitKit-r at   Curlew  with  »tiift« fur
llri'ciiwiiii'l anil Mlilwny 11. 0.
Iluff.'l   cunt  run  on  trains  Itvtwern
Spitki uml llupiilillc.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22, 190?.:
heave. Arrive,
1I.-2.1 -i.m  SPOKANK      S.l.ip.m.
Ui.l.-, nm  HOSS1/ANI)      5.111 |i iii.
.mi ii.ni  NKI.snN       S.i»|i.ni.
ii.roa.in ouanii iconics,..,   i.nop.in.
0, Iri a.m  HIOPUIIUC.  ...     ,-..IH|i.iii
ir. A. jrj-cscsowr,
Oenornl Pa^Hongor Agent.
Spokane Wash.
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P. BURNS & CO. "
Wholesale and Retail Meat        !
Merchants. I
i
Murkets at: Oreoiiwoiid, Grar)d Forks, Plioenix »
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Address
ARNOLD MEDICINE CO., Dt-pt. 118
50Adelaide St* Esat.Toronto, Ont.
Commereial Job Printing
Tt}<g Dispotc
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTH'K lhat im days
hiireol I Inteiul In apply to the
from tint dale
 i^-^——-»       '''''"' ('m"-
mlssletier      I.unils anil Works for permission
lo piit'nhnsn 20 neres of land In Tnwnslilli 811,
Osoyooi lll-lrlet, liiiKlnnint! nt n pnst on the
nnrlli iHinnilary   nf 0.   Ilreen's   prO'imipllim,
thenee north II) ehiilns, west Nl chains, south
in chains, oast HO chains,
llulcil this 28th day of April, A. P., lltfl.
II. Vf. NIOAVHS.
0. doll. (IKKKN. AbciiI
N1TICE OF FORFEITURE.
To.Thomns Murray, nf Ymir. ninl 11. .1. Mm'
Inrly. lale of Yiiiir, B. C.
Sins:
Yon aro hereby noiillcil that I havi
I'spcndeil One llnndreil llollniiJ igliKijill In ns-
sessment work nnllio "l.it'kv .llm" Mlnernl
Clnim, sitn.ile nr»u' Myors hrook In lho flown-
woiiit "Mlnlni? Division of Ynlcllisl.rlcl.il) llri'.
sh C I mWn.ln hold said claim for Hie yem
uiullirK Uclnliur, lillr, I'JUI. nml n I'lirllmi
sum of One Hundred Hollars i?ii,ii.»i tn lunsuh
sinenl. work lo hold sniil elnlm for llu- yonr ond
pig October lllill, l'.Hii, and havo furihor ox
ponded lho sum n( Vive Dollars ($j
noi'i1iii|? said nsscssmonts in order tc
claim under thu provisions of Soclion M of
the Mineral Act.
And If within •ninety dnys after lho put
ealinnof thlsnolloo, vou, nr cllborof you full
or refuse In pny or ooiitrlhiito your
of the expenditure required umlor
Hon 24, thai Is to say, the sniil Tliomn
ray In the sum of $!H.M and lho salil
Morliirty lu Ilie sum of 168,38, IokoIher With
your porllnn nf all costs nf advertising,'the
Interest of such of you as full or refine to
contribute ynur pnriion of snid expoinlliure
nnd costs of advcrllslm-, shall become vested
In ihe subscriber lyour oii-oWnor) uiuler so
Hon I of lhe "Mineral Act Amomlinont Acl
IIKJO,
lla>ed at Oamp McKinney, II. 0., Hi
day of June. MIS.   Last Issue Sept. 27lh
,1, A. I) ALAN [IKI
Henry Nicholson, Notary Public.
nn) 111 re-
hold sold
porll
said sec-
s Mnr-
M. .1.
s 3rd
iwa.
TENDERS.
jstate of Wlliluni Edwards, late of Camp
MoKlnnoy, B. C, Heccjisoil Intestnto,
T-KNUKItS will li« 1 clved ,hy the nmlnr-
'      sll'lieillip In 1;  nil lire '.r'.'ml. .'till.     l',1,
hn- Ilur p'll'oliiisc (it llio rilli.niliK ml 01'nt
llrlllllr:     nlid    lllilllt'lf     llllr'i^vti.   sitlllUO   Hoar
(J'iniii McKlnnoy. in tlio Groenwobd MlnlnK
Division of Ynlo:
Norlb Star Mineral Clnim, Crown arnnted.
Nesl Kgn Mineral Claim';
Trapper Minot'ill Clniin.
UlBhliuid Chief Mlnornl Claim J Intnl-oat.
Sutinot Mineral Claim  I. Interest,
.slainaili Mlnoral Clnim iiiilorosl,
Al! pet'Hiins havltig clriiins n|*nliisl tlio s'nld
e.slivlo arc rcrjiioslod lo tile thorn .wilb the
ninloislKiieil bofnre llio 22nd ilny of .Inly, l(K«l
ntnl all porsonn Indebted to the said oslillo aro
roiiulrci1 toinnkopayiiuiniforlhwlt.h.    r
HKNllY MCIIOI.SOX.
Ailmtiiislrator.
Camp McKinney, Juno, 211 li. 11X13.
TAKE NOTICE
Thut till lm.vs from the dato hotcof, I Intend
lo miply in the Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd works for permission to purchase Kill
norcs of land being tho south wost. i of Seetion 311, Township III.
Dated this 10th day of Mny, l!«i:i.
II. W. YatoB.
C. doll, Green,
Agent.
mOSBBSSm
■'"" ""ll ^^'^miixss®'m •  •  I
'■tiit*
It wiil be the most important Railway Centre in the
Interior of British Columbia.
It is in the centre of a
rich Mining, Stock-Raising,
Ranching, Gardening, Manufacturing, Coal Producing,
and Railway District,'
Midway property will
make you rich. It is not
a speculation, it is ao in-
• • •
1
Midway, the coming rail
way, commercial, whole-1
sale  and manufacturing
centre of the Kettle Biver
ioundary Creek Dis.
tricts, is situated at tic
confluence  of Bour.d_iry
Creek and Kettle ha,
The  leading  aside wet
town in the country, with
an excellent climate, pire
water supply, and surrounded by rich agricultural land.
A. M. WOVBNDKN. Sec,
80 St .lolm Slifct,
Montreal, I', «,
Business,  residence and garden lots at low prices and nn easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
)
V. M   (.ROUSE,
Agent for llnli-h Unlutitliii
.Midiv.iy, li. i;.
'_____KX_t-__ZS
Another Mining Deal.
(loiitlntioit from pnge 1.
eralized chiefly with silver nnd
having fair gold values as well.
One claim has indications uf the
uccurrenee on it of a copper
vein, a seivm of chalcopyrite
having been followed down n
few feet, whilst much copper-
stained rock in the immediate
vicinity suggests that the several stringers of ore running
through the mineralized rock
may make into a good vein at a
little depth.
NOTICE OF FOBEITURB.
Tn Joicpli Snnlti'i nr ilny permm nr pcrmiim
lu irliom ,vnu mny linvt'  Ivnnafiil'l'iltl your in-
iartwl   to In tho "Hlirliiaiiii Cliiuf" Mineral
■•Iniin   mimilc in  Cninp   Mj'Kltiney,  In llm
Omenwooil Mining lllvlsiun uf Vnlo District.
Ynn are liuruiiy tmllllcil I lint I have expanded
SUS. ill  order In linlil ymir Intermit   In tlie
tiiilrl minoriil i-lnlm under the provtalnD of tho
Mineral Aot, lllill   yon should contribute llio
■nimuf $IIS.  fnr your Intercut In mild claim,
•mil If wliliiii'ii ilayn of the lirst insertion of
Ihis notice yon full or refuse to contribute tho
sum nf SI'S, U'lilch is now duo   by yon, io-
Keillor wilb nil costs of advertising, ynur In-
forest In snid mineral claim will become the
properly nf the subscriber under section four
of an Aol nntltlml the "Miuoral Act Amendment Ael." WW.
Haled this tsili ilny of July. wns.
UKORQK M. I1KNNKT.
AMERICA'S
BEST
*************** ******************************0*****i
Edltorally Fearless.
Consistently Republican.
News from all of lho world-Wall
written, urfginnl stories—Answers
In queries- Articles on Health, Iho
Hotnii, New Hunks, and on Work
About the Kami and Unrdeu.
999
rhe Weekly Inter Oeean
9.99
Is ii mnnilKT of llm As.ncl ileil I'niss,
the nnly Wmtem Nows|iaper receiving ' lie ent Ire telcgrnplile li-ins service of the Now York Sun and special
cable uf the New York World-dally
reports friim over t xm special oor-
respnniliriils throughniii lhe connlry.
YEAR  ONEdOLUR
NiilNN'rlbr for THR OISIMT'II und
I'lif V eokly I uier Iki'm. ooo year
both piipors fort2.HO.
t
Hen Wanted <*<*<*
1        To sell for the large Fonthill nurs rles.   A ppll
*    cations should be (lied at once.   Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We furnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
«l WKU.WOTON ST. K,
T0II0NTO. ONT.
Stone & Wellington.
Riverside Nurseries
Orand Forks, B. C.
HARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR,
r vrx x.-yy   .
HiGH'RafcEs ,;«*
(ftU^ptlfiN$
I'': J,...tt'& SHIP YOUR ,
STRAYED.
Cnnii' to the premises of Iho undersigned.
one while eayuso, with glass eye and branded
j i—*—. on rlghl hip. Owner can havo namo by
paying tho cost nf tills ndvcrtisetnontnnd wintering, olliei wise If not claimed within 110
ilnys thu same wIM bo sulil to pay expenses.
C. W. II02IKK,
lloek Creek, II. Cl,
HIDES
SENECA'iAND DEERSKINS
r    zz,' i '
—rr-6TO  —   .
McWILLAN FUR^fi WOOl CO.
. 300111 rtaey «vi .no,
,:   MINNEAPOLIS,    MINN.
A'      , ' . r
i    ,    , f ■■■-,... —pr: : „ /
V EST«BLI8Ktlfcj3S IHRS.
1WRITE--F0R Circulars
rf' ■* __.AA : '    .    Z,
NOTICE OF FOBFEITURE.
To A. W. Ilnyil or any poison nr persons In
whom ynu may huve transferred yonr Interest
to In the "Morning' Krnetlnnnl Mineral claim,
sltuato In Camp McKlnnoy, In tho Oreonwooo
Mining Division uf Ynle Dislrict.
| Ynu mo haroliy iintlHod thut, I have expend*
] ed tllU.fHi in order In hnld the said mineral
olalm under the provisions nf the Mineral Aet,
that, ynu should contribute Villi)! a* your portion of the -nlil sum for your undivided one
third Inlerest lu said claim nml if within IW
days nf lbe Hrsl Insertion nf lhe dale of this
notico ynu fr'll or refuse In contribute the sum
of go!. Hig which is now duo by ynu, together
wllhallnnslsnfadvertising, your interest In
said mlnoral ol ilm will Immune the properly of
the subscriber under seetion four of nn Aot on-
titled tho "Mineral Aol Amendment Aot."
IIMU.
Dateil this Hnd dny of June, inn,
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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 SH-wl nf hiicchiis In pliintiiiif, is, KIlihT—in seciiri- Ril*) uinn.
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Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted it
Midway two days after they are dug.
Price list, nnd  full information promptly urlven.
THE NORTHWESTER
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BUSINESS COLLEGE
809 Second Ave., Spokane, Wash.
The school where thorough work is clone-; where thr rcai
is always given; where confidence is developed ; where I
kkki'INo is taught exactly as books are bein^ kept in Im*
where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship i-s ;l1
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training i" ^
11. Sekvick, Ti'Xkgkai'iiy, Encmsii and Cautoomni; w^j
students, develops their powers and teaches them ho«'W:
successful. No argument is so eloquent as the record
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, no thief 0
break through and steal the knowledge of How to Do. W
you know what a school can do for you by what it has don-1
others is it better to trust to luck ? I.s it wi,<ier to guess?
For detailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
809 Secocd Ave., Spokane W.
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