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XIII. No. 2.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMIIIA, MONDAY, MAY 14,   1900.
$2.00 per Year.
[iEOD,
rni. Solicitor, Etc.
Qmucxwood, B. C.
JHOLSON,
—: Notary Pitblic,
|L KSTATE,
I FINANCIAL AOENT
and MINING BROKER.
bKinniv, B.C.
|r. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
LOOU   BLOCK   •    OREENWOOD.
fallett & Shaw
IRISTEHS, SOLICITORS,
N.Urte. PeMlc.
(rewj-HAiArrT."
Bedford Mc.N'elll'i, Moreing _
Seals, belters.
roon. B.C.
[SUTHERLAND,
.  . .   MIDWAY.B.C.
HIT   PCBMC,
[tCSTOMS  BROKKR,
COMMISSION AOEK1.
i entrtee paste*.   Mineral Aet
and Aet papers drawn up.  Affl
• taken.  Abetraeu made.
Imunlcatloas bf nail or telephone
ptly attended te.
[MUIR,
Ierchant Tailor,
latest designs of Summer
Ing.   Perfect fit guaranteed
KERBY,
A tt. Can. Soc. C. E.
vciAL Land   Surveyor
AND
CIVIL   ENGINEER.
**•» Q;__*-TnoD.
f. WICHMAN,
Tonsorial Artist,
ItniUlaw SSjjvc. Hair Cut, Sea Fnun
i BbumtWO, mil at the above parlor.
• honed and ground.
8THHKT.  -  -   -   MIDWAY. B. C.
W. IIAI.RYMI'I.E
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
adi of Repairing.   Horseshoeing
A specialtf.
CREEK HOTEL . . .
HOUTH Of BOCK CREEK
Mi
tASS    ACOOMMODATIOX    FO«   Ql'K
GOOD STABLING
•■Hen Fishing on Ketlle River..*
M. E. HALES,
Late of Adama, Oregon,
i Oradaate of
Willamette University.
Salem. Oregon,
•red to give instruction on lhc Piano
omen ol pupils, and will also play at
hnd dances In the district.
Koricrm-,cic..addrws,
CltOWEI.LH HOTEL,
Midway.
IAS. H. BUSH,
IERAL BLACkSMITH
HORSE SHOEING
A SPECIALTY.
tti* of work executed to
itltfaotlon of customers.
TY BAKERY,
[Wm. St. Quintin, Prop.
PLAIN AND rANCY
a, PASTRY, CAKES, ETC.
<*erything   Flrat-olBsa.
, TUdwur.
lereial Job Printing.
"THK ADVANCE."
Here!   Here!   Here !
Let us say a word about our stock of shoes,
Men's tan aod Mack silk vesting top dress shoes-
Men's medium heavy tan and black,
Men's heavy shoes with fine uppers guaranteed water-proof
and all kinds uf shoes for either mining and prospecting
or for hall room untl easy walking. Ladies' anil children's shoes
either heavy medium nr light, in hlack, Un and chocolate color
with silk vesting tops and all leather vici kid mid French kid.
Boys shoes in all sizes and varieties.
OUR DRES8 GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is stocked with the latest patterns of Zephyrs, Ginghams, La-vns, Piques,
besides a full line of ready made Skirts for summer wear in linen mid fancy,
also Brilliantines, ready mude Wrapper-- to suit all sizes, Blouses in white,
colored and hlack, Cushion Tups in linen and tapestry, the latest fashions in
<'urtains with Torchon lace borders, ladies' umbrellas, parasols in black and
fancy stripes, under skirts in lustre and fancy stripes and numerous other
novelties,
OUR GENTS' CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
Is stocked with lioisseau's celebrated tailor made goods in
imported English whip cords, cashmeres and tweeds which
must be seen to he appreciated. Oents' furnishings of all kinds:
latest novelties in hoj-ierv and ties.
As usual our stock of Groceries and Hardware is complete
at prices to leave only a reasonable margin above cost
HAIN & CO.
Call and Soo uo
Pott Offiee Stores,
___J|ldwaji!	
has
*
Hotel Spokane,
}^££^£ Seventh St. - flidway. X5CCC
L. E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.
■ Btr
A new building, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines. Uquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
"\/*-A
PROVINCIAL NEWS.
Res^izure of C. P. R. Company's
tjies.— New tug for Kootenay Lake.
Another Newspaper for Revelstoke -
l*]r. A. ft. Sherwood Appointed
Inspector of Agencies.
Riv, Dr.   Sutherland, secretary of
Mctiodist Missions, left Toronto, 2nd
Inst, for Manitoba and British Colum
bia,
It is rumored that Revelstoke is
shortly to have another newspaper,
lt is lo he Liberal in politic. A num
lier if local Liberals are taking the
init ative.
Mr. A. K. Sherwood, of Nelson, has
lieen appointed Inspector of Agencies
in Siitithern British Columbia for tbe
Btrlieck Investment Security and
Havings Co., of Toronto.
A unl produced  fifteen  fl res in vie*
torii with a total loss of less than $1
000, but twelve of the fifteen were in
cemliary, half-a-dozen lieing apparent
atU mpts to destroy Chinatown.
mayor of Sandon,
advertisement in a
Jir. H. H. Pitta,
inserted  an
DOMINION NOTES.
Strike of Hamilton Carpenters.-
Bridge to be Built over the
St Lawrence River.
Montreal Man Sentenced for  Forgery.—Shooting Accident In Quebec ,— Officer* of   Prince  of
Wales' Fusiliers of rtont-
real. Resit".
THE MINERAL WORLD.
The Canadian Patriotic fund np to
May 2nd amount* to Wall, 118.
Mr. Frauds E. Brooks, machinist,
of London Ont., has fallen heir to
$9,000,000.
A cantilever hridge to cost $5,000,(100,
will be built over the St. Lawrence at
Quebec.
The carpenters' strike at Hamilton
Ims resulted in success for the men.
The moulders _ tbe Ambitious City-
may strike.
Mr. William Ingram, who was sin
pended hy the Government some four
months ago, has received notice of his
reinstatement.
An outbreak of dipthetia bas occurred at Letellier, Manitoba, there
being already 23 cases recorded and
several deaths have resulted.
Thos. \V. Bunion, of Montreal, wilt
spend two months in prison. He is
manager of the Stnardon estate, and
pleaded guilty hi forging notes on the
Merchant*' lank.
Nelson paper asking mechanics, tailor-
el's, and all people looking for business
openings to stey away from Sandon,
as there is not accommodation or
work fnr those already there,
At Victoria recently the full court
su*ii»iiied th- Judgment of the lower     The Government  of  Manitoha has
i-ourt imposing a  fine   of $o,«J0,  on asked the  Doniinion Government to
Union Colliery Co. for alleged tiegli* j grant it the control of all passenger
gercein connection   with ihe   Trent j and freight  rates on   new railroads
river bridge disaster.   The conipany I within the province,
will appeal to  the supreme  court of|
Cat ad a.
•Mr I. R. Martin. Government Tim
Inspector, his gone to the Crow's
hei
NV>l in
response   to telegraphic  in.
> J ions  from    heailqiiiirters to re-
'seijte the ties and tiintier there belong-
to ihi" C. P. R. whirh were recently
•ased in ennsequeu e of the railway
ipjiny   having   settled    the
inst   them.      Tht'   reason   fill
ersal of orders is not known.
dii»s
tliis
Midway Trading Company, Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
General Merchandise
A Gait woman wrote to the Mayor
of that town urging that a hy-law
should be passed prohibiting hens being kept in the city limits. A rooster's
crowing kept her awake at night.
Mr. B. B. Osier. Q. C, an eminent
lawyer of Toronto and well-known
throughout tbe Dominion, has been
ohliged to can el all his engagements
for some months owing to  ill hialth.
While handling a revolver Alex.
Salii.-toti, bead of tbe firm of the
Saliistou Lithographing and Engrav-
ing Company, of Montreal, accidentally shot himself in the temple, death
resulting ii minutes afterwards,
Mr. E. P. Pullen, of Toronto, formerly a clerk In one of  the Queen City
hanks, who went to South Africa at
his own expense, turned up at Bloem-
fontein ou Match 2nd, and was taken
"the new C, P. R litir built toreplare  by Lieuf.-Col. Otter on the strength of
■ Kaslo was launched informally on, "C" Company.
j Saturday, at Nelf-nt ,   The craft has j    Registrar Cartwright. of the Court
""  '""'" -i'"'i >i.>'»-ill !»• .-..nst*. nf Appeal,  niIS    „„.,,_•„,   Alphonse
Carlelmis, of Quebec. $310,000 as  due
.|lr. F. W. Peters, of tlie c p. R. has
•ed the Mayor nf Sattdou thai tlie
P. R. will carry five all clothing
1 supplies sent In thi' iclief couuuit-
af. lhe burned out town. It is
lers ixkI that the K:iulo aud Slocan
llwny has Jil.v mule a "itnilar offer,
in part of the reiief fund will I*
usifil in conveying neeessaiy supplies
hose who need them so kidlv.
tl,
INCLUDING
Dry Goods ro&
Groceries {&£
Boots & Shoes |§
Hats &  Caps ||
Ready Made Clothing S&S
CARPETS and LINOLEUMS -:■   *
m
MIDWAY TRADING COMPANY, LTD.,
J. R. JACOBS, Manner.
m
il within a day or so as Ihe officials
te Ifen eastingabonl for a week or
In senile an appropriate name. The
iuj; is a -(Jim ch mul tidy little steamer
I nnl looks particularly well just uow
wl ill- her paint and varnish are un.
sullied.   Tne master and crew will be
' selretei! on captain Troup's return and
it is philmbte that, she will be placed
: in commission this week.   She will lie
: used as a "handy tug" around the port
.uii with the 11 pairs and improve*
tm nts to her engines, which went
through fire when the Kaslo was
deititiyed, will he a very useful addition to the fleet.
PLACER jIISINU  NEAR MIDWAY.
Khh Finds nn Boundary Creek close
W>   the   Town.-   A  Number of
Claims Staked.- Numerous
Visitors to thc Dlgglns.
p##ppppp^ppppppppppppipipppppp»*p»»»9*»9»*y_wvv»»*^^^»i.
- Midway Meat Market -1
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL.
. *>_n» jiii»inlmmta ■ •
Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweet    Cull and get ft good joint
P. O. BOX 25.
for dinner to-day.
!^***^C^*e^"f^*e*e*8*f *e*e*FVWTT"€%*prv*f c*?*r*c'-
During the past we- k no little ex*
cit'blent has  been  created  over the west of Winnipeg,
tin ling of gold on Bnudary Creek in
the vicinity nf Midway*, On Friday
Mr, M, Moran exhibited some Hne
sp-clmcns taken from the Ih-iI of the
Jfeek just above Lttmb Urns, dam
scanely ft mile distant fiom the town.
ix purly of four men on l.'ieir way
Justice Rose has dismissed the case
of Mr. Clarence McCuaig, of Montreal,
against Mr.lieorge Uooderhatn, to en.
force .in option in favor of the plaintiff,
or his nominee, alleg<*d to lie contained in au  agreement lietween the
l,.*Si„.t k,,,„.,„, satlMied With   the   d*fM,d"nt «"li P1"i"t'ff   ''"ll   «•«   Wi>"
tilt* of Jir. .Moran's work decided to  h*ttm,n   to   l,,lr,h!lse    'Am N^P
their luck nml, it is reported, have sl"*res of th* »V,lr BW,e «""»»lld»ted
Midway News Depot
THOS. WALKER PRUP,,
Dealer in   .   .   .
BOOKS, MAQAZINES and STATIONERY,
Candies, Canned Goods and Biscuits,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.      WALL PAPER.
him for the huilding and equipping of
the first sixty miles of the (ireat North
west Central in Maiiloha. The finding is under a reference directed by
the Privy Council.
The quarrel hetween the command
ing officers of the Prince of Wales'
Fusiliers of Montreal and some of thi
inferior officers has resulted in five of
the latter resigning their commissions.
They are : Capt. W. L. Bond, Lieut.
F. L. C. Bond, Lieut. B. M. Humble,
Lieut. B. A. Burke and Surg, Lieut.
Ridley Mackenzie, M. D.
Official figures show that l,i>.W
bushels of wheat were inspected at
Winnipeg in April. The C. P, R. is
moving about lOO.OHJ bushels of grain
per day from the West for Fort William, and the elevator owners seem
anxious to get their elevators cleaned
out, ready for next crop. There are
at present between 8,1X10,(11 HI and i.OK).-
IBO bushels of wheat iu  the elevators
since  In en  making  good  wages.
^  Mining Co., al eight cents a share.
nberiif claims bnve
ked  and   numerous
the    diggings.
intention   as
nu
sta
visited
Mi ran's
Mi
already lieen     Tlie   Dominion    Oovernnient     has
people  have giv.-n a preliminary judgment in the
It   is   Mr. case uf the Independent Oil Company
soon   us   tlie  ''""' 'he consumers, again-t the C.  1*.
Iway Company's ditch, which Isaj ••••»••<> O.T. R. for discrimination in
(trtjal height above the workings, jg' favor of the Satnia and Petrolia oil
running to bring water from it, by'fields, which ate controlled hy the
u.ians of a rubber hose, and Ihere by' Standard Oil Company.   The case was
bssen the expense of removing the
fin th.
This is not the flrst gold  that has
been found on this creek, as far hack
'02 "Jolly Jack" with a few ineu
argued before the Railway Committee
some time ago. The decision of the
Oovernnient is that the rates for Suspension Bridge and Black Rock to
Montreal must be restored to   what
worked for a time, since then large; they were previously, namely, 23ets.,
nunbers of chinamen are said to have! the companies having raised them to
nude money. I^ wbUe t||e Sar|)i(| although
H seems to b» Ihe general opinion of
placer miners that no gold exists on the distence was greater, wns reduced
Boundary creek ahove the confluence  aliout th to 31c Irom 35c.   The sarnit
of Voiwegiuti creek nilli i_.i tUt-uiu, rate remains the same,
Reconstruction of the Hall Sines,
Ltd.--0ntario's Mineral Prc-
duction.-Sale of Placer
Mines.
Oreatest Piece of Modern  Engineering Known. -Report of Chamber
of Mines of South African
Republic.'
tt is Mated that the Dominion (iov*
ernment has decided tosell at aiutioi
all tbe placer mining claims that It has
reserved. Gold CommissionerSeiiMer
is quotexl as having _a\i that the sale
will be held on June 1st prox.
The returns to the U. S. Mint at ''•i'i
Francisco show the employment of
18,701 miner* in gold, 9ilver, leml and
copper mines of California, wliieh is
adecrease of 1,122 as compared with
the num! ers of the previous year.
The Delaware and Hudson Coinpau'-
ivhicli owns and works a large anthia-
t ite coal c tate in Pennsylvania, he-
sides iu system of railways, last year
prodii.eil 4,181.315 long tons. The
average return per ton of coal tnin-d
was $1.83 The average cost of minii,|-
was 41.22: handling, selling, etc., SO. I il
total $1.(16, leaving a profit of $0.17 pet
ton.
The annual report of the Chamber
of Mines of the South African Republic
(Transvaal) for 1S89 is necessarily incomplete in regard to most of the
mines after August. The output of
gold from the Witwatcrsand mines
amounted to 4,i»>vl25 ozs.. fr^m ont*
side districts, 187,835 ozs.; total. i,295,-
880 ozs. The total yield per ton of un«
crushed was 1".10 pennyweights, of
tlte vain- of about 810, the Weight
lieing a trifle higher but the value the
same as in 1S98.
The mines of Ontario yielded List
year, according to official returns, a
value of $8,785,251, or ahout two thirds
of the worth of uur British Ooiumbia
output. The word mines is, however,
rather comprehensively used in Ontario, for it not only includes stone
quarries, but also hrickrMds. which
account for ¥2,313,750 of the total
value. Other items than-bricks included in the Ontario yield were : iron,
$808,157 ; gold, $417,328; huilding stone,
$1,011,350, and oil $1,059,485. There
were 9,979 men employed, who earned
wages of $2,921,397. Evidently some
of them were only engaeed for small
parts of the year, as the average wage
under the returns is only about $10)
per caput per annum.
The one perpendicular shift in the
Calumet mine, Michigan, runs down a
distence of three-quarters of a mile.
The sinking of thisshaft was the greatest piece of modem engineering known.
The management figured that if the
copper vein dipped at, an  angle nf  iS
degrees from the surface and kept ,n
for a great distance down, it  would
certeinly he caught hy running straight
down from the surface if a shaft were
sunk a distance from the others.   Tbis
was  done and after  three   years of
sinking and encountering nothing but
earth,  the copper was struck.    The
miners working  from a drift iu the
j perpendicular shaft and those working
. fnun the other direction cime together
j one day, and the picks struck within
; an inch of the surveyors' underground
j estimate.   Now a man  can go down
! the shaft at the Calumet  hotel, run
I down half a mile  in  a  perpendicila:'
[shaft,   cross over  in   a    drift,   and
com- np on the surface two miles from
where he star ted  on   the   top  ot the
ground—the most novel underground
promenade iu America,
At a meet ine of shareholders in the
Hall mines Ltd., held in London, Kng*
land, last month it was decided to reconstruct the  conipany,  winding  np
the old company and registering a new
one to be named the Hall Mining and
Smelting    Company.   Limited.    The
scheme  approved   hy   the    meeting
j provides that   the capital of the re-
Iconstructed companv ithe new company) slut!! he $325,000, in n shares,
I of which 230,1100 ordinary shares are to
lie given in exchange for 250,010 ordiu-
ary shares held by shareholders iu the
existing company, credited with 15s.
| pjtid up thereon; 25.101 ordinary shares
to lie allotted   as   fully  paid  to  the
| shareholders of 25,010 preference shares
in the present   conipany,  aud 50,1X10
ordinary shares to la- placed to reserve
to satisfy the debenture holders' right
of conversation.    There   will be five
shillings per share payable on the 250,-
j 000 ordinary shares, from the proceeds
j of which the company will acquire
[sufficient funds to pay ofl its liabilities,
I and will have, in addition, a working
1 capital of from £40,000 to £45,000 sterling to proceed with the   work o* developing the Hall Mines near Nelson,
B. O., and operating the -smelter.   Tbe
. Directors will not proceed to allotment
I unless sufficient shares lie applied for
; towamiut them taking that slop. 11
Published   wiDkly  al MMway.  11. 0,
Stibftturlptioii Price, $100 por annum, payable
In iiilvancu, cithoi' yearly or half-yearly at the
opUuii of itm i-iiii.i-j-iiit-r.
Aii von '-ini; liutos sent on application.
MONDAY. MAY 14. 1000.
The Canadian Magazine for Mav is
entitled the Tourist Number and is a
credit In the literary lastesof lbe Onn
adian people. Among ils many handsome illustrations are scenes of British
Columbia wbich arc beautifully de
scribed.
The London (jraphic snys : "Believers in tha occult will lie interested
to learn that a 'White Miihtilmi' has
foretold t.hiit Pretoria will be taken by
the British on th" 0th day of July, and
that the war will be over in Septein
her." It is interesting to know for
certain just when Pretoria will he,
taken, but why didn't this vendor of
predictions make it July 1st? Then
We could have celebrated two events
in one.
According to a published report of
the Premier's public uieeting at (lamp
McKinney the electors    present re
quested that a lock-up he provided nnd
a sub-recording office opened in that
town.   Apparently though they have
hut little conlideiiee in the Premier,
for they urged, so it is slated, that
these pitblic conveniences he granted
them heToie election day.   They evidently place hut little value nn Mr,
Martin's pre-election promises so want
to make sure that their reasonable requirements will he met beforehand, so
that, as is most  likely, should  the
Martin candidate he In a minority on
June 0  in   their part of East Yale
they shall not be longer deprived of
what they urn legitimately entitled to.
It would seem thatatOanip McKinney
the Premier met with even less encouragement than in the Rossland Riding
of West Kootenay where he must have
realized that his candidature is hy no
means assured of success.
candidate for the Rossland Riding
At Rossland   notwithstanding tbe
lateness of the hour there was a large
crowd  assembled  ut   the   Railway
station lo welcome Mr. Mackintosh on
his return.   When the train reached
the platform the City hand struck up
"See the Conquering Hero Comes" and
altera quarter nf an hour's bund shaking uud personal greeting, Mr. Mack
in tosh entered a carriage with Mayor
Oooileve and Dr. Bowes, chairman of
tbe Trail Creek Liberal-Conservative
Association.   A procession, headed by
the bund, was then formed und with
much cheering nnd  enthusiasm lhe
coming member for the district was
escorted to his committee headquarteis
where his arrival hud been awaited by
a still larger assemblage than tlie one
that gave him such a hearty welcome
at the slat ion.   After a  brief speech
by Dr.  lioxves Mr.  Mackintosh arl
dressed the gathering, closing a vigorous and inspiriting speech with a declaration that the fight will he fought
with determination and energy from
now until thecloseof the election when
he was confident there would be victory for himself, for the Province, for
tbe people and for, good govern ment.
The   chairman   having announced
that there wnuld he a grand rally tonight, ut which the Premier aud lion,
Smith Curtis had been invited to meet
Mr. Mackintosh, "God Save the Queen"
wus sung und the crowd dispersed.
Records   for   the    Week
llay gth, 1900.
MINKKAI, UXIVTIONS.
Ending
Pretoria,   Deadwood
Citizens of Midway are asked   to
decorate their  individual   places of
business or resiliences, as the case may
be, on May 21th.   If we each take 1111
Interest and go to work with a will
thc town wiil present a pretty appearance on that day.   Midway is pretti
at any time, but let us follow the old
adage.that "line feathers make line
birds" rather   than satisfy ourselves
with the old saying of "beauty tin.
adorned, etc."   Last year the committee set apart a certain sum for (hi*
purpose, hut then there was only Fifth
street to decorate.   This year, owing
to the growth of the town, Sixth and
Seventh streets will have to be similarly recognized, audio do this it would
take considerably    front   our  prize
money, while the expense borne individually would  be but trifling.   We
want to give prizes that will make it
worth peoples' while coming from it
distance to compete for and in order
to do this it is necessary to cuttti.il ex
pensi'.s as much  as  possihle,  so we
wonld urge upon the people of Midway to help out in a, wuy that they
nre all capable of, namely, to decorate
on May 24th.
Polling Places, Rossland Riding.
The following is the list of polling
places at any one of which electors
whose names nre on the revised list for
Rossland Riding of VVest Kootenay
may poll their voles:
Rossland, Miners' Union bull.
Trail—Hannox Building, Ihe Bowery.
Gladstone--Burnt Basin Hotel Building.
Cascade—Townsite Building.
Grand Forks—Grand Forks Mercantile Co. Si oie Building,
Columbia—Fire Hall.
Eholt-Ohesser Hall Building.
Phoenix—Miners Union Building,
Greenwood—Store building adjoining Pnstolllce. I
Midway—Government Building.
MAY 4.
Chancellor No. 2, fraction, Greenwood camp, A.Scren and A.Hiimiltoii.
Ganges   and
camp, J, Sheoke  ^^^^^^^^^^^
MAY 5,
Itearbrook, Greenwood camp, E, E.
Jackson and G. Heatherton,
Idaho, fraction, Beaver creek, H.
McEachern.
MAY 7.
Globe, fraction, Kimberley cump, D,
Dillon.
O, I )„ Providence camp, J. B. Rosi-
cot.
may 8.
Jenny Davis, Skylark catnp, J, Cus*
hex.
Waterloo, fraction, Camp McKinney,
J, E, Richardson.
Lnilysmith, Beaver creek, Ola Lof-
stad.
Hidden Treasure; Clement's ciimp.A,
R. Brewer.
Banner, Clement's camp, A. R.
Brower,
may 0.
Flint, Central camp, J. J. Harris.
liladvs Bell, Graham's camp, L. 10
Salter."
Adeline, West Fork of Kettle River,
P. W. Lover.
CKKTIKICATKB (IP   WORK.
MAY 4,
Henrietta, S. Breslauer.
Normal, N. Morrison,
Tom Boy, Thos King.
Victoria, N. Morrison.
Diamond    Hitch,   fraction, A,  D.
McLeod,
MAY 5,
Joe Dandy, A. Hill.
Gold Cup, M. M. Welsh et al.
Columbia nnd Kootenay, W. T.
Oliver.
Gladstone, (2 years), Gladiator, (2
years), and Giant, (2 years) E. M, Cud-
worth.
No. 9, H. L. Morgan.
Sidelight, A. P. Day.
Iron Mask, J. A. Frank.
may 7.
Daisy Bell, (2 years) D. Barton, et ul
BigFour, Lulu (3years), and Para
III   Ilie   I llnnil'    » ... ....   ./..«..,._,—   .— ..
G, 11. Aiken of Ihe same organisation,
arrived in Toronto recently, in searrh
of 11 skipper for the culler Nova of the
Chicago Yacht Club fleet. Mr. Becker has been in communicallon with
Mr. Jeflery Fool, secretary of Ihe
Royal Canadian Yacht Cluh, and Mr,
Fool, recommended Quick of the old
Signet,
The alien labor law is worrying the
Chicago yachtsmen in no small degree.
They want a Canadian sailor to bundle
their craft, hut howto place him in
command without falling foul nf the
De Barry of Chicago perplexes them
not a little.
Quick has the reputation of being as
smart a professional sailor as there is
hereabouts.
J. L TERRY'S STORjI
Seventh. Street, and see our stock of
Men's,   Youths' and   Boys'  SuftJ
At Bed Rock Prices.
Also a   Fine Line   of  Millinery Goods
Being  Opened.
no J
CROWELL'S HOTEL
I S. A. CROWELL, Proprietor, tt*T*nthBh**t,muiway,tt.c,
IL       J? 0n0 '«<»* W«a of Item,,.',, 0
I
'pHIS is a new building hard finished all through s
furnished in first class style.   The dininjj roo«l
is supplied with the best on the market.   The
furnished with a choice stock of Wines,  Liquors a* |
Cigars.    :   :   •   :
Patronage of the Public is Solicited and Satisfaction is Guaranteed, I
Railway Officials Visit Dldway.
Mr. J. G. Snllivttn,(;.E.,Siipetintencl-
ent of Construction for the Columbia
mul Western Kailway j Capt. J. \V.
Troup, C. P. R. Superintendent ot the
Kootenay and Boundary lines j Mr. C.
Among the heaps of chaff Mr. Smith
Curtis spread before his hem ers on the
occasion of his recent electioneering
visit to Midway there were, il must he
admitted,  a few  grains   of   wheat,
though but very few.   Iiis statement
as to what he is doing to advertise the
mineral resources uf this Province at
the Paris Exposition is a case in point
He said that he had given instructions
to thc Provincial Mineralogists to pre
pare u synopsis, "containing only the
ment", of the lengthy  report  of  Provincial Ministcrof Mines fnr 181)9, and
he intended to huve 100.00(1 copies of
tin's synopsis printed and sent to Paris
for free distribution there.   Further
he whs having an extrttijOOO copies of
the full report printed and these he
would use in sending a copy to every
mining engineer in the United States,
Great Britain, Fruniiii and Germany
these being the countries taking most
interest in mining, that later he would
"bombard" t.hetn wiLh literature giving
recent and 'reliable inforinatioii relat.
ing to tin* mineral resources of British
Colmphiu. There cub he little doubt
that publicity wonld attract mui hat
tention lo the Province and eventually
do good.   But since Mr. Smith Curtis
will not 1 email) ih ofrlcu long enough
to curry out his platei he will  havo to
rest content with tbo credit of bavin?,
inaugurated .0 excellent a policy and
leave il lo Ills   successor to reap tho
fuller benefit of it.
Johnston, C. E„ Roadmaster (West
Rohson to Midway) and Mr. J. S.
Lawrence, Tiuinmustcr, Columbia uud
Western system, paid Midway un
official visit on Saturday morning.
They came down in tbe flrst passenger
car to reach Midway. Tlie conductor
iu charge of the train wus the veteran Sum Woods, and the engineer wus
A. Davis, who enjoys the distinction
of having heen the first to run u locomotive across the Selkirk Mountains.
From Mr. Sullivan it wus ascertained
that it is expected the surfacing gang
will complete work they now have iu
hand on the spur lines in about ten
days and that within a fortnight they
will begin ballasting the main line between Anaconda and Midway. Capt.
Troup intimated thut Mr. D, McNicol,
General Manager of the C. P. R, Mr.
tt, Marpole, Superintendent Pacific
Division, may be expected to visit
Midway on Thursday or Friday next.
Passenger trains will ha running to und
from Midway after aliout June 15
The time table will he altered ao that
trains will reach Midway late at night
und will leave ut noou of each duy,
Sundays excepted. The officials wenl
out on Saturday afternoon's C. k W.
traiu.
 ,*_,	
gou.J.L Steele et al.
Greet Bopes uud Tiger, Jus, Dale
et ul.
Commander and Admiral, 0. D.
Campbell.
Tumaruc, fraction, J. E. Sterrett.
Dewey, P. McBride,
Lodu, li. McKee.
MAY 8.
Shoo Fly, G. E. Drew.
Paymaster, Jacket,   Never Sweat
uud Lucky Boy. S. M. Johnson.
TRANSFERS.
MAY 2.
Rambler, .'. interest, N. Stetson to
J. P. McLeod.
may 3,
Homestuke, Scandinavian and Cop
per King, j inleiesl in each, J. Bush
to J, W. Steadman,
may 4.
Black Horse, St. Dnnstan, and Simplex, all interest, James Smith to W.
J. Northey.
Duplex, ull interest, Little Chief, j
interest, Jus, Fisher to W. J. Northey.
MAY 5.
Virginia, J interest, Burquahalu und
Purruiiiutta, 29 each, M. Griffin to J,
G. McKay.
AV. H, and Eagle, fraction, 1 inlerest.
each, L. Bossbart to C. S. Galloway.
may 7.
Ruven and Apex, J interest in each,
Jus. Sutherland to T. M. Coulson.
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Pull
Line of
Fishing
I     Tackle, j
I New Novels, j
J. i|
Unsworth, 	
Druggist, JH     The RiVerside Hotel,
flidway.     I I      — —-
Is situated al  Rock Creelj, B.C.,  on   the  main route of   travel
between Penticton 'ind all Boundary Creek points.   Stopping
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.       I Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting-:-Bestof Accommodation.
In the matter of the estate of Malcolm
McCuaig, late of Rook Creek, In the
County of Yale, British Columbia, de-
coascd, Intestate.
NOTICK In hereby given pursuant to the
"Revised Statute of Hritish Columbia,
1897. Clratilor 18V," that all creditors and otliom
having clultns ogaltiHt ttm chIiUo of tho wild
Malcolm McCuaig who died on or about thu
4th dny of Mav, 189!), aro required on or licforo
tho Will dny of April 'ran. to mud to llio under.
figiiH, solicitor fnr Unnalri McU'imnn, tho ml-
ruinlstnit ii-i.i 'wild il, "I'ji-i'.i. their nainea, addresses and descriptions nnd tlio full particulars of their respective claims duly vended, by
statutory declaration.
ANI) further lake notice that after wild la«t
mentioned date, thc wild administrator will
proceed to distribute Ihe a—>■:- nf tho deccanod
among tho partlos cntlllod thereto, having re-
f;ard only to tho claims of which he shall then
une i|Otice. nnd that the said administrator
will nut lie liable tor tbo snid assets or any part
thereof 10 uny tiorson or porsins of 'Vhose
einlnis notico shall not hnvo Itoon received by
him al tho time nf such distribution.
tinted nl Greenwood tbis Jib day of March.
1900, 3. P. Mcliod,
Solicitor for tlio Administrator.
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Applications for Certificates of
Improvements.
Hon C. H. Mackintosh has Returned.
Hon. 0, H. Mackintosh returned lo
liossliind from  the Kast  luxt Friday
evening.    When the   train arrived
at Smelter Junction " numerous and
influential gathering gave him u very
enthusiastic iwjeption, which wasquile
unexpected  by Mr. Mackintosh.   He
heartily acknowledged tho cordiality
with v.'Jiii'li he hud been welcomed and
w'lifi'ivly thanked  Iiis   niuiiy friends
nnd supporters for their good wishes
nml promises of NSMstuii. e to ensure
his success ut  tlie coming election.
Only a Bait to Catch Votes.
The Province's credit is quite inadequate—utter taking into nccount present loan liabilities—to secure on practicable terms, a further advance of nt
least ,$10,0(10,000 or more probably $15,-
000,0011, for the building and working
of 11 long und dilllciill rnilro'ul at the
puhlic risk and cost. * * * * Jijvery
sensible British Coluiuhiun knows,
or should know, thut the financial
position of the Province is wholly unequal to the strain of at once taking
up tlte construction nnd ownership of
a railroad, more than 300 miles long,
uud so costly and difficult to construct
that none has yet heen able to show
that it can under existing circumstances, he made and operated, saye
at vest cost und with very doubtful
results ns to profit. • *' * To say
that there isany chance of the Province's early building and operation of
a Coast - Kootenay line that will involve a capital expenditure' of nearly
if not quite $15,000,000, necessarily all
burrowed, is to attempt to deceive the
electors, This those who hold out the
bait well know, for thoy are careful on
the platform to suy that If they are
returned to power, they will at, once
take steps tn see, if the Const-Kootenay ltttllrnud cun he huiltund worked
by the province and do this, if feasible.
But Air. Mnrtin nnd his eleventh hour
borrower of his railroad scheme of "Ifs
and bills," both know well lhat under
present circumstances the Province's
operation af a three hundred mile
Coast-Kootenay 1? lilroud is absolutely
impossible. The suggestion is con*.
seqnently in essence ouly a halt to
catcli tho unwary voter.—Vancouver
•'News-Advertiser."
Notices advertised in this week's
Advance are those of :—
Green Mountain, Black and Alfred,
in Greeu Mountain cump, Keremeos
Creek.
California, Kruger Mountain.
Bxcelsior, Golden Crown and Home-
slake, McCuig Mountain.
Nickerson, Kruger Mountain.
Sunny Side, near to Eholt Creek,
(formerly called Prior Creek), lyiug
jiunly upon and Northerly of and adjoining Lot 252, Township 70.
• Luke View anu Crient, KrugerMoun-
tain.
Copper King', Kruger Mountain.
Not Yearning for it.
Mr. Martin's scheme to build a Government railroad from tbe coast to the
nterior has more attractions for the
coast people than for those of the interior and Mr. Smith Curtis lietruyed
the fact, that it is intended rather lo
catch voles among coast merchants
und Fraser River farmers, when he
suggested the building of a copper
smeller at Vancouver to treat Boundary ores. When the Boundary peo
pie already hare a smelter in operation
at Trail, another about to he blown in
ul Grand Forks and a third in course
of erection ut Greenwood, they are
not likely to show nny great enthusiasm over a scheme to pledge the public credit for the building of a railroad
to haul their ore to Vancouver for the
purpose of building up the smelter
industry there. The Trail people do
not look kindly on a scheme which
aims to undermine their chief industry, Nor are the Boundary people
suffering so grievously for smelting
facilities that they yenrii for increased
taxes to pay Inteiest on the cost of a
railroad which Is to haul their ore 300
miles over a range of moiinUiiis to
the coast.—Bossland "Record."
C. F. COSTERTON
VKBNOtf B. C
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Atraaax* JPoiiiw
The Royai. InbiiiiancI! Coy.
The London and Lancashire Fihk
Insurance Coy.
The  Insurance Coy. of North
America.
The London and Canadian Fihk
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Life Assurance Coy ur
Canada.
The Dominion Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy
MIDWAY.
Queen's Birthday,
HAY i4th, 1900.
The flidway Hole
MIDWAY, B.C,..
Strictly First-class Throughout,  Excellent Accommodation.
large Sample Boom for Commereial Men,
THOS. McAULEY,   -  -   Proprietor.
FAIRVIEW - HOTEL
Commercial and Mining men should put up
at the P'airview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION, EVERTING EXCELLENT
Qeo J. SKeeKan
proprietor.
\ftt B. RICKARDS & CO.,
KJenl Estate
and
Irisurarioe.
Wna 8TRKKT.' MIDWAY,B.0
CELBBBATION
.At Midway.
Horse   Races,  Bicycle
Races,
Athletic Sports & Games.
OVER
$500.00
IN   PRIZES.
THE   GREENWOOD   BAND
Will bo in Attendance.
Lancashire House,
: : MIDWAY, B.C. :::
—-®—-
The undersigned having taken thin well-
known and comfortable hotel invites the
patronage of all old customers.and. the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Fiirnuco-lientod and comfortably
fiiinlsliiMl  rooms.
FIRST CLASS MEALS  WELL SERVED.
Thos. D. Banbury, Proprietor. tlgson has returned from
Smith bos returned from
Iver.
ay Electric Oompany has
vaod liranch.
tht*  raffle  al   Ciowell's
' night at 8t90.  '
te a dance at the Oakland
• evening of the 21th.
Nelson and (1. N. Col-
i the West Fork on Satur-
st duly to hia cnuntr? is
Jitui' the news of his neigh*
j weather eyenn the 24l.li
iigiiumne,   puhliahed  elm-
I issue.
|lt of Premier Martin's visil
a lurk-up is lieing fitted up
in.
BoIIIt c.une down from
{yesterday and will remain
■in Midway,
I Hitting in ihis district of
r I'uiirt of Yale, wiil lie held
pud on Tuesday. June iiil.
fy H. Cooper, representing
.in kOu., wholesale grocers,
r, was in Midway lust week,
I, Richardson, of Strathroy,
Led in Midway to-day.   lie
|tcd a position ou THK AD-
j\V. H. Wehh and D. E.
I at present engaged painting
park John«on's  house near
A.   Webster haa con-
(bridge over Boundary t-reek
ening the distance eonsider-
iranch.
Irs have heen eatahllahed at
uf I'm is mine and Siimin'tl
l(. (i.   Walhey ia in charge
■ place,
< K. Stuarl, of Greenwood,
liiiisdiiy for Paris, where he
tiii-.li Ciiliimhin's reprcselila-
expnsiliou.
. Cunningham left last week
i creek to do the assessment
tier of claims in wtyich he la
that loij.ility.
Ill ard y of Greenwood, la re-
lie a very sick man,   He ia
{medical treatment at some
|s ln Arkansas.
the past week a number of
les have been placed in tbe
he Boundary Creek Tele*
Telegraph Conipany,
fevidenre nf the progress of
tiring the paat, year il may
ked thai, it is now nothing un
Iln see a silk baton tbe st reels.
I. M. Wilklns, Wesl Bridge,
thiough Midway <>n Wednea
Ion her way lo Spokane, where
[spend the summer at her old
RV, T. Thompson, accompanied
Ilea thorn, went up to Beaver
|wcck for a few weeka' Btay.
ompson la tbe owner of tbat
Cimeron, Nn, SUM,  Indepen*
iler of Foresters, will  give a
Phoenix to-night.   The Phoe
•»' Union will follow suit next
Inies Riordan, aecretaiy of Ihe
|MlneiV Union, left last week
er, Colorado, to attend the
etmgof the Western Feder*
liners,
pur Meyer, for some lime a
Midway, has been appoint
id storekeeper at the B. C.
npany's Mother Lode mine,
camp,
B. Panuell returned from
Ion Monday of laat week and
[taken up hia permanent real*
! Midway. He brought with
lluher of horses.
) E. Race, organizer for the
ck Liberal-Conservative Asso-
xpects tn be in Midway two
Hays hence, iu Ihe Interests of
I. Mackintosh.
jiphed instructions reached
io-day to arrange fnr a public
ere on Friday, 25th inat.,
bn. 0, H. Mackintosh will ad*
I electors.
IP. R. fencing gang will reach
[liefore the close of thia week,
now al work within two
the town, having encloaed the
[way from the north aide of
|neh down through Kerr's to
nld sawmill site,
. Jacobs, of Midway, leavea
\r California where ahe will
' Months with her parents
[summer residence, Catallna
[ear Los Angelot.   Mr, Jacobs
iinany her as far as Spokane,
ert Inkster, who wns for a
■at Ihe Bank of Montreal,
pd, whence he went lo Ross-
been transferred from the
je to ihe bank's branch at
Itiulnster.
|l given at Greenwood last
1 night under tho auspices of
[of the Church of England In
|was very successful, There
herons at tendance and all en*
|iael\ea thoroughly.
Free Mlnera Certificates
Jed that these expire on the
i lhat those who intend re*
j do ao on or hefore that
htect their  mineral elaini
.Ililllli'y Wood of Greenwood, and A.
D. McDonald of Grand Korks, The
contest will tale* place at Greenwood.
Mr. F. W, McLalno has returned
from Vernon, where he went, as a wit-
nessintboEverettcase. Hehrotighl with
hltn two fine horseH, one nf which he
purchased from the B. X. ■.■■inch. Both
will be entered for the races on the
21th,
A heavy shower of hail fell In Dead
wood camp and Greenwood City yes-
tetday afternoon. The hailstones
were large and the bioihi lasted for
about a quarter of an hour, Apparently it was not general throughout
the district,
Messrs, H. A, Couaens nnd W, It.
Robertson, both former residents In
Midway, left, last week tivcnmpaulud by
Mr. A. E. Ashcroft, P. L. S„ to tho
Burnt Basin east of Christina Lake,
where ihal. gentleman has ihree or
four weeks' surveying to do,
Mr. G, C. Hodge, manager for the
Vernon k Nelson Telephone Co. in the
Kootenay and Boundary ilisiriii*, having recently connected Deadwood
camp witb his company's telephone
system, is now engaged in Improving
and extending ita Phoenix service.
The Oreenwood "Times," whioh ia
in a position to know, is authority for
the following: "Through an unfurl nn-
ate aci'ldent this morning J, W, McBride, the well-known Bolster town
Bile agent, is laid up at the hospital
wilh a sprained ankle, A bucking
broncho collided with his team, throwing James Kerr and himself nut,"
Rails wer*. laid on Ihe spur line from
Hartford Junction to the Golden Crown
mine last week. It ia anticipated thai
track laying from the Junction lo
Phoenix will be completed tliis week.
The tiacklaying gang is com prised oi
almut 125 men who lay the lies and
rails by hand,tin- track-laying machine
having heen dismantled at Midway
after completing the laying of steel to
ihis town, thc terminal point of the
main line,
Mr. J. Howell, of Grand Forks, was
in Midway last week looking for a
suitable siteforalirickyard. Mr.Howell
is an experienced hrickinaker und expressed himself as much pleased wilh
the outlook for that industry here, as
i be quality of the clay is excellent anil
he feels confident that in tbe nearfiitme
there will be a great demand for brick
in and around Midway. Mr, Howell
will visit Midway again next week
and in all probability will complete
final arrangement*! to start woik at an
early dale,
Mr. Clive Pi-ingle, barrister, iif
Greenwood, went out on Saturday's
train to Rosilamt, Mi. I'\ .1, Flnncaiie.
manager of Ihe Greenwood branch of
the Bank of Montreal, left today.
Both gentlemen intend going to London and Paris. They expect to lie ah-
sent about three months. Mr. Finucane is a delegate from Ihe Greenwood
and Rossland Boards of Trade to the
Fourth Congress of Chambers of Com*
pierce of the Empire, to be held in
Loud:in next, month.
tain for Mr .1. (1, Gillespie. The bold
lieing ail mile ahoul. 25 mile's wesl, of
Midway will prove a convenient stopping place for travellers to and from
Osoyoos and plan s beyond.
A report was given publicity last
month In effeel ihat a quartet' interest
n the Summit City townsite had lieen
sold for $25,000. Information jipt received from a source believed lo be reliahle places ibe consideration al
12,500 instead of $25,000. It ia astonishing how things grow in tbis country
sometimes.
Mr, L, B. ib* Veber, accountant; of
the Rossland brilnch of lhe Bank of
Montreal, will act ns manager of the
Greenwood branch of ihe bank during
the temporary nhsence of Mr. Finucane. Mr. de Veber has been many
years in the service of the bank. He
was formerly of Sl, John, New Brunswick, and has been in the West aliout
four years,
At lleavel'lon the other day an Englishman and a prb'Bnei sympathizer
got Into a heated argument over the
present trouble in South Africa. The
Englishman was suddenly seized with
adesiie to change lhe color of his opponent's eyes, so tlmt he coiilrj look at
this important question ina different
light, after accomplishing the olijeel
of his desire and changing his general
appearance so that he was afterwards
Inken for a phrenologist's model, the
deaciplo of Ooiu Paul Kruger, thinking discretion t be gi eater pari of valor,
promised never again, while on British "lllahae," to waga jaw on behalf
of the Transvaal.
The other day while two Doukholairs
were celebrating one of their national
holidays, one of ihem became playful
under the influence, and kept pulling
the hat down over his compatriot's
eyes, which was lesented accompanied
liy many gesticulations and expnsl illations, but finding thia did not have the
desiieil effect more forcible means
were adopted, the result—n. serious
mix-up, Thc bystanders tben interfered, pulled them apart mid advised
Ihem tu celebrate iu a leas boisterous
fashion in thn future. The Doukho*
bors then left for their respective
homes seemingly well satisfied that
hey had demonstrated Iheir patriot-
Ism in the orthodox style.
Mr. H. C. Shaw, of the linn of Hallett k Shaw, barristers. Greenwood
|efl that town on Saturday afternoon
for Victoria, where he will appear as
counsel for Rendell & Co., in connection wilh that lino's action against the
Corporation of the City of Greenwood.
It will be remembered lhat when lhe
case waa heard In Rossland several
weeka ago a verdict was given in favor
of the plaintiff for $1,200 as damages
Buffered hy them by the lown iug of
(he street grade opposite tbeir fine
new business block in Greenwood hy
the Corporation. The verdict wns subject to several points of law which are
to be argued at Victoria, Mr. Shaw
expects to be absent ahout. ten days.
Dr. Bnyce, so well and favorably
known in the Southern Okanagan district-, whose departure from Kelowo.i
on a visit to the east win mentioned in
The AuvancB several weeks since,
has returned to Ihis piovince and has
Joined his old college friend, Dr. Jakes,
in thn practice of his profession at
Greenwood, Dr. Jakes has so ninny
calls to outlying parts of tbe district
that he is quite unable lo also attend
to the numerous patients who require
his sorvices near by. By the arrangement now made Dr, Bnyce, who Is also
a skilled and experienced physician
nd surgeon, will attend to the home
practice should Dr. Jakes be absent,
whilst Dr. Oppenheltner will thus he
left free lo attend closely to hospital
duties at the Greenwood hospital.
MINING NOTES,
Mann k Mackenzie, the Toronto
railroad magnates, have ordered a
5-drill compressor lur tin* Kininu, Summit camp.
Messrs, P. S. Sliinltnpe, R, H. Berg,
man and Tanner are at present doing the work on thc Irish Boy, in
Smith's cainp.
The British Columbia Gazette con
tains notices of the Athelstan Gold
and Copper Mining Company, capital
$211,000 in one million shares nf five
cents each, The Standard Copper
Company, Limited, capital $500,000
in 500,000 shares of $1 each.
A parallel ledejo to the otte already
developed on the Oro Delioro, Summit
('.•imp, has heen uncovered showing
20 feet of an excellent gl'.ide of coppei I Local liofsos only, 1 mile and
 ie un ilie iinitl(ird,in Wellington
camp. The principal owners are Win,
Farwell, general manager of the East
ern Townships' hank. Hherbrooke,
Que., aril II. N- Gnler, of the Granby
smeller.
Mevsis. Hairy SI altilileipif and It
McCulloch have started to do the assessment on thn Yellowstone group in
Skylark camp. The group consists of
the Yellowstone, ldolaalid Dun Pedro,
situated hetween the Lake anil Cresent. They alii among the earliest locations in the district. Tbe gentlemen
will also do assessment on the Klondike and Nordiak, in West Copper
camp, within a short period.
Another Boer Sympathizer,
Itwas good Canadian gold which
gave Senator George Turner of Wash*
ington tbe power tn try and embitter
the relationship hetween Great Britain
nnd the United Slates.
The Le Rol gold mine made Hon-
George Turner a Senator. He might
still have been struggling to live On his
rank of brevet "J.edge" if the magic of
British gold had not put hiln in the
nice for the United States Scnatorsbip,
The personal experience of Senator
Turner must testify to the liberality of
British laws, Spokane, the city Which
claims him as ber own, has been
boomed by ber contact with the mineral resources nf British Columbia.
Yet Senator Turner cannot miss a
chance to join tbe the other dema*
gogues in an attempt, to sympathize
with the Boel's against an Empire
which is the best friend nf his nation,
and under whose liberal laws he acquired the wealth which dishonored
the United States 'Senate with his
presence.—Toronto "Telegram.''
Midway 24th of May
CBLEBMTIOK.
...MIDWAY, B. C...
Programme of Sports.
HtfRSE HACKS,
int.
fide (or lilli J milo ami rcpc.lt SltlO
h_ furnll.M' yanl [lush       JO
NOT™-   Winners   in uliovo
races birred fnen sill uther
Mr. Wm. St. Qrinlln has received a
consignment nf fresh candy from the
Vancouver candy factory-
ore. Work will be started Immediately
to extend the lower tunnel for ji dis
tanCe of about 300 feel, Wbeifit i* ex
pected to tap this uew ledge at, a di»
tatiiv of about 2 j0 feet
The force at the 1!, ('. mine, Wblelj
thus far hns shipped 2,000 ions lo tbe
trail smelter, exceeds 75 men. lt will
he doubled in tbe course of a leu
weeks when the new plant, comprising
one-half of a tWenty-drill compressor
and a 200 horse powel' boiler, is installed. A new gallows frame is be.
ing ere.-teil, and the tramway Is being
extended tn the ore bins.
The Summit City Water, Light ilml
Power Conipany, luis just bemi  incur
ponred.   it will supply light  to Siliti
mit City, and « deal  for fujlli-liing
power for concentrating pouposi'i* to
the Oro Denoro  is  heing  negotiated.
It Is estimated that .Fisherman  creek
nnd the east fork of the siting stream
will supply 150 miner'.! Inches of water
The contrail for cforititrifeClig the dam
and lltitne will beawaiiiid next month
Mr. t'. L. Thoinet and J. A, Tuvui left
yesterday for Camp McKim.cy, where
they will prospect, the Bet'tha ('.   and
Winnifred    mineral   claims.     These
claims were located enl'ly  Intft spring
hy .Messrs. Thoinet, of MMway, and 1). j
A. Cameron, manage) of the li.mk of
Commerce, Greenwood, and are situ
ate nlwut (ive miles   wesl, of Camp i
McKinney on the eastern slope of the ]
divide.   A ledge varying from eiitlit i
to ten feet in width outcrops on  the
surface from which im iissfity of $39 in j
gold has been obtained,
The  Pbnenix   "Pioneer"    pnbtls-hesi
the following items' of tniiiin^  iiews:|
The second and third payments mi
the $25,000 bond on the Mountain
View, in Summit cainp, have MStui
paid, making $10,000 paid lo date.
About, 3,0 X) tons of ore hive beeu
shipped from the B. C. mine, Summil
camp, since February. Tlie work done
>n the ndne to rtitte aggreg ib-s 8,200
feet nnd some 05 mini are now employed on it,
The Golden Crown, Wellington
camp, b.'ts about. 2.2.V) feet nf Work
done. It is intended to commence
regular shipments of ore thei Week,
The Jewel ill Long Like c.iiop will
shortly resume work. A stamp mil!
and a cyanide plant Will be lust-tiled
at this mine,
A contract has been let for hauling
5,000 tons of ore from the Ul y of Paris
mine, Central camp, I :i I lie smelter at
(Irand Forks, al .?! per ton
Mr. A C. Fllimerfult, of Victoria,
hns been appointed Assistant (li*npt*al
Manager of the properties owned by
the Miner Hritves. syndicate';
Mr. A Johnson was a guest nl tlie
O.ikl (nil hotel yesterday, lie is on Iiis
way to lb" Si'nilliJiiiie.'ii jjlsl.rtl'l >iml is
iraveling in lhe niieiesls'of tl.efl O.
Milling t'o. M». Johnson hns sonic
fine prospects on Boulder Creek, one
with n five fo"|il l.jid. wliieh gives an
assay of 13 percent? copp-r and $05
In gold. Mr, Johnson speaks very en
llinslnstieiillvof the Hniiilk.'iinoen and
predicts a Inight future for that part
of 13. C.
I't'jlcn!
SartilloliotsSt.fflOydi'.dasti	
Hays'in,ny race I niil.-flash ....
Novelty uut, j inilo   . . ...
Trotting, Stngla drlfct to four-
wliuolcd rig	
N'ote,     Kntrsnco. trtst   tor
above race* lu.  in  purso
16
to
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20
lo
II. L. Sawyer,
f
C A. Sawyer.
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At thc Sawyer Brothers livery ln'.'li will Le ft t ml
good single and double drivers! lactic;;' and gei le-
men's saddle horses, and CoirpIet'J ^-.fking luiIH'r,
Parties to the West Fork countl'J given special
attention,
Daily stage to Greenwood carrying i„a< Senders & Express
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SAWYER BROS.,
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Now is the Time to Furnish Your House,
Receiving new Goods Daily,
LATEST CONSIGNMENTS CONTAINING
SCREENS   *   MIRRORS   -   SHADES
CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTURES
PICTURE AND WALL MOULDINGS
REFRIGERATORS   etc., just arrived,
MAIL ORDErTpROMPTLYIflEHDED TO.
T. 2»S. €3--ol3.1©3t & Oo.
Furniture   :   Undertaking   and  Embalming,
COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD, B. C.
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Charter* <1 18>n. f
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Stock Life nnd
Aeeidoiit Insurance,
■ivi'ify
lira no
ntco Ijlrred.
copi tna boys por
riiw.'j tirr whlcll
clilt'jujui* foe.
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Knlnni'i- *■•!■,'i   ,
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|    Wlniuji* of Hrsl
j   KittrHnCe ttiti fl,
Uullaii' riicj, 1 mile Sftsfl    ..   10
Xo entronoo tne.
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UimniiiK loujrimiiii ill JritiM ....   10
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x), ISSUHlS th.* licsi life Insurance
f I   I'linii'iii'is in the woi'ldi   Nn
$ dliaipnnlntiiieni us lo dividends.
-f Kvi'iyiliini:   jj-.inrantPBfl in  nd*
jjj vjiiiih.   Pi-eiiiliiin rules 15 to 25
$ per cent les< i Imn  i hose of old
iv line iVlillii.il I'liiiipniiies,
vil
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ASSETS, .... g
January ist, 1897, <v
$20,884.53 "il
LIABILITIES, . . 17,920,260.29  S
SURPLUS   .... 2,976,424.36  h
Hi
BUSINESS LOCALS.
JOB l-'lilNTINO-Oet your pcintinR
done ai TUk ADVANCE offlce. Good
v.oi'k, ivjiK.'in.'ihle prices.
.1UST   K I'.iki \ ku— Soniethint*
iu  Invitation Cards and Bull Pro
ai'UDiinus, at
THK ADVANCE Oflice.
TO LET. the coitjigc neir the School
llolise recently.occupied  hy .Mr.
D. Gf, Munro.   Bent $7 per month.
E. JACOBS.
IH. PARKINSON
Provineinl Liiiid Surveyor,
^.X   Arshlteot and
_.L._  Civil Engineer...
'inarfcJttii,
I<e,tl lislate,
Iiisiu*i'srjc:c ond
Mining Ag-erjt.
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X* nil viow '.t'cnviiMito A'jjont.
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H. PAHKI.*,SO\,
l-MIKVIKW. II.C.
lece-jpoiou-iu'C-' Solieitect,
S lltJJltll tfcneftt      .... $30*1
9) Lo_ of Sljfltt of BothlBjros     1 ,000
j Loss of iloth Foot or II01I1 Hnnils 5,000
2 Lxirs of Oilc II iml 11,1.1 Ono Koot 5,000
(t) I-crm'incnt Tolal fllsnbll Ij- 2500
undei1 ordinary conditions
.
I,OR* Of  Hi|,'llt linml
Loss of Dog nt or above Kneo
Loss of l.-fi Hi" 1     .    .
loss of Either r'oot
Loss of siojlitof (Ine I yo  .
$2,500 J
2,800 V
1,000 *
1,0.10 ®
, IW)
Liniits of   Weekly  Iriderqiiity $1,300.
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AND, If such injuries are sustained while riding as a pjissengcr in  #
auy piussenger conveyance Usiiig steam   cahle,   or   electricity as a  *
motive power the amount Ux lie paid   shall be DOUBLE  Uie sum  S
specified in the clause nuclei' which the claim is made. a.
Cost $52 A  YEAR    TO   PROFESSIONAL   AND    BUSINESS  %
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Other sums at proportionate rates
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Midway Horse Pasture,
T. M. GRAVES, Prop, *
Pack ar\d Saddle Horses for  Sale.
f you hnve lost a   horse,   send mc the brand nnd If is in thi;)
country it will bo found.
TERMS  FOR  PASTURING   $8,00   I'Elt MONTH.
Single horses delivered in Midway; $5.00 per month.   Two or more, delivered
lu Midway, each $1 per month,
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GREENWOOD B.C.
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and 30 years experience to do
work correctly,  .  ,  .
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II.  KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Best Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling,
ARMSTRONG B.C.
FULLS HOTEL,,
PROPRIETOR.
The   hotel   is  centrally located and is a slopping place   for   stage lines.
Good fishing in the vicinity,   Good stabling.
A variety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar
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SITUATED AT   -
-   -   BOUNDARY FALLS, 11. C,
THE.
PIONEER - HOTEL
Greenwood City Boundary Creek, B. C.
We have opened Ihe above hotel at Greenv.ond Olty, antt nio prepared
to welcome guests and provide good accommodation, (iood Catering. First
class Livery Stable.
J W, NELSON
PROPRIETOR uanadianfaelHy,
and SOO LINE.
the American Continent.
First Class and Tourist Sleepers
OCEAN TO OCEAN.
jWTbound   DAILY TRAIN    WKsrnoiiNn
MS    I.v.    SiiMinoiu Jet,     I.v.     111:611
CONNECTING BTKAMKH
Loaves  Pentlolon, Tno., Tliui'., But,,   0:00
Arrives I'onllotoii, Mon., Wort.. PA,,   17:110
Accelerated Service to and irom
all points and through
KOOTENAY MINING DISTRICT.
Ex. Sun.     DAILY TRAIN       Kx. Sun.
I.IjM Ar.      Mroouwood       Lv.  H:1IS
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
EAST HND WEST RT LOWEST RATES.
For full information as to time, rates,
etc. or for copies of 0, P. Railway
publications, address:
E. R. RGDPATH, Agent. Greenwootl,
8. L. SMITH, Agent, Penticton,
W. P, ANDERSON, T. P. A. Nelson.
E. .1. COYLE, A. G. P. A. Vancouver.
fl I DWAY, B. C.
Beautifully situated at the eonfluenee of Boundary Greek .and Kettle River.
WILL BE The most important railway town in the Kettle River Mining Division.
The Western Terminal and  Divisional point of the Columbia & Western Railway.
The Wholesale Supply and  Manufacturing centre of the  Kettle River and Boundary
fit M. Jtk Creek Districts.
" fo /§i       The distributing  point for   Upper   Kettle  River,  West   Fork  and Camp McKinney
th th mining camps,
jf fo #       The nearest Railway town to Republic,  Meyers  Creek,  Palmer Mountain and   other
•'*  * Northern  Washington mining camps.
The  leading residence town   in   the  country, with an excellent   climate,  pure water
supply and favorable sanitary conditions.
Business, residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms...
J. F. P1GGOTT, Manaokr,
London k Lancashiv
Alontrc
—;   8KNI)   KOlt MAPS, PRICKS AND KUI.L PARTICULARS TO  :	
CM. CROU8E,
SSSpS1* THE MIDWAY CO., Ltd.  A<enUotmtt^T
NOTICE.
NOTICK In hereby kItui that thirty days
nflor Ante 1 Intend tn apply to llio Chief
Commissioner of LainlR nml Works for per*
misssinti to purchase itm acres of land ns fol-
lows— cominonotng nt a post half a initio .South
of lho North K'ist corner of Lot iiii. thciico
Kast'10 iihalns South tliolico 80 cliulns. thonce
West. 4(1 chains, Ihenoe North 80 chains to place
of ooiiiiiiuiKJojiioiil anil containing '.till acres
moro or I'i-s.
The sniil land being* required for agricultural
purposes,
MOICAY INGRIM.
Unlet this SMi day of Januiry, HMO,
Certificate  of Improvements.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certiflciite  of   Improvements.
NOTIOB
RXCKLSIOH, GlIUlKN CltOWV AND IIOMKSTAKK
Mixkhai. Claims.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division ot
Yale District. Whcrolocaiod: On McCalg
Mountain
TJAKIt NOTIOB Hut I, Chas. doBlols
Ureen as ag"iit for the National Min
ing ami Duvolopmnilt Company, free ininer's
oerUHoato No, »201tt. Intend, sixty days from
the ilaio hereof, toapply to the Mining Kocorder foraeortltfoatoof Improvements, for the
purpise nf iiiilnlnlng a Cro«n grant of the
ahove claims.
And furthor tako noilee that action, undor
soctlon 37, must he commenced   beforo the
Issuance .if suoh certificate nf improvements
Datod lliiu'.'Jind day of March. WOO. >
CIIAS. DKB. UltEKN.
NOTICE.
TIIK Ilritish Columbia Southern Hallway
Company "'ill upply to thc Parliament of
Canada al Ils noxl Session for an Act niilhnr
faing the Company to complete at any time before lhe en,I of thoyjj.r 1901, ils western soclion
us described in the Act nf the said Parliament
KVMI] Victoria, Chapter 'All) ntnl a branch linn
fit ,i a point on ius main lino at or ooar tho
forss of Michel Creek thenee by way of Mlchol
Creek In Mitrton Oreek, and for olhi-r purposes,
Hy order of the Hoard,
H. CAMPHKLI. OSWALD,
Secretary.
Montreal, 17th November, HUB.
Mineral Act, 1896.
ITatloo,
NicKunsns Minkhal Claim.
Situate in Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
Ulstrict.   When Lccaed:-On Kruger
Mountain,
TAKK NOTICK thai. [.Chns. do Hlols Oreen,
as ngont for John C. Klsher, froo
miller's certificate No. 18728a, Intend,
sixty days from tlio dato horeof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a cerlilleale of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown grant nf lbe abovo claim.
And fnrllier lake nolleo thnt action, undor
ccllon 37, musl be commenced beforo 'he issu
mice of sueh ivroll -ate of improvements.
Hated this :»7lli day cf March. IS00.
(HAS. liiiii. OHKKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oortlfloate   of Improvements.
WOTIOH
TllF. Sl'NNV SlllK MlNKBAL  CLAIM,
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale District. Where located:-Near to
Eholt Creek, (formerly called Prior
Creek,) lying partly upon nnd northerly
or and adjoining Lot 262, Township 79,
TAKK NOTICK that I. William Ornhnm
McMynn, free miner's eertilleale No.
nfflOl. Intend, sixty dnys from lho dato hereof.
In appiy to the Mining Recorder for a Cerlilleale of Improvementa; tor the purpose of obtaining a Crown Orant of the above elnlm.
And further tnke notice that action, under
seel ion .37. must be commenced before the
issuance of sueh Cerlilleale of Improvements.
Dated this '7tb day of Mnrcli. WiO.
WILMAM GRAHAM McMYNN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Rossland.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Rre Insurance a Specialty.  ™£J^tf£%**
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Oortiflcate   of  Improvements.
On good papJ
and in the mostl
approved sty
LETTER HEADS
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
BUSINESS <;.\R|,,|
CALLING CARDS
BUNK FORMS
of any kind.
ew
BILL OF SALE
forms for Mineral Claim!
Bob Hall's Stage Line
GKEKM    MlllST-,!*.    RUCK     AM)   Am-kkh
MlNKKAl, 1'LAIMH.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mlnln* Dlvlilon et
Yale Dlstriet. Where loeated ; In Green
Mountain eamp, Keremeos ereek.
TAKK NOI UK Uml I.Chas.ilelllola llrrcti,
actlntf as agent, tor Dnvid Mark free
miner'h certificate So. nlttlX). James Mack, free
miner's certificate No. nll733, Alfred Wnodcrnft i
free . miner's cortiflciiio Nu. n-'itli*. ami I*.
0. Mi-Arilmr, fi»•-■ miner scertlHcaic Sn.VUXIt,
intcuit.sixty iliys from the dale horeof, lo
apply Ui Ine Mining Kcisirtlcrfor iilYrllfloalr
uf Improvements, for the purpose of ohtaining
a Crown Umnl of Uw abovo rliilnm.
Anil furthor inke notice lhat action, undor
wet ion 37, must  bo commenced beforo the
Issimnco of such Certificate of Improvement s
Haled thn ■.'lib ilny it January, IM).
CIIAS. null QRBBN,
Wi
"Wi
B     SURVEYORS'
$} (^Affidavit forms for Field1
SB©   Notes, etc., etc.
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A Trial Order Solicited,
AliliHKHH :	
TKe ^dVance,
MIDWAY. II.('
Mineral Aet 18P6.
(Carrying Her Majesty'5 Mails) |
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Pentcton on Mon
clays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Passengers to
and from Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville, Wash.,
delivered in quick time, and by comfortable
conveyance.
Livery, Teed and
Sale Stables..
Ai Penticton, B. C.
Ul R. S. HALL, Pro*
j Certificate of Improvements.
I SCO—'XO—J,
I.*kk vikw A.in OnirsT Minkiiai. dump.
Situate   In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale Dlstriet   Where locaied : On Kruger Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK lhat I. rhiu. dell. Ore™,
na twiil fnr Itonjatnin Anderson free
miner" cortiflcato Nn. xCAli. ami II. A.
Uoweruian free miner coriiltrnte No. n',711,
Inii'iiil. sixty ituy- from the date hereof, lo
apply lo ihu Mining lleinnlcr for a Certificate
of Improvement*!, fnr llm purpose of   '
, a Crown Oram of Ihu alsive claims.
r purpose nf obtaining
Subscribe for
I   And further lake notico Ilml  action under
section 37 must bo commenced before tbo Issu-
mice of Htieh Corilfleutu of Improvementa,
Hated IttiM 27th day of March. Wai.
CIIAS. liEll.UHKKN.
An Ideal Residence Town.
Buy a residence site whilst
there is plenty of choice. Pure
air and watnr, beautiful scenic
surroundings, skilled resident
physician, excellent school-just
the place for families.  Try it.
Prices and Terms    -
Apply to
THE MIDWAY CO., LTD.
Spokane Falls
..& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
-- AND --
Red Mountain Railways.
The  only all-rail route, with
out change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland     ,/£,
and Nelson. . .     ^^r/ggST
DAILY TRAINS.
flOINn NORTH,                      (M)INO SOUTH.
12i41 h. ni    MAUI IS I2illn.ni.
Train lenviiiK Mutcim at 12:41 a. in.
makes cI.ush connections at Spokane
wiih trains foe ull
Pacific Coast Points.
Clow cinij,., i io,] j .-ii Nelson with
•itc.ijiili.u'1, fop Kaslo aod all Kootena-
I ;il..' points,
\\>.--,:-yi' f,„. Kettle River nnd
ii" " 0 n> Oeuk j miui'i'i ,ii SlfirciK
witb slagodHlly,
•*■. a. -x-_o_caoBr.
a. p.*t, a
Certificate of  Improvements
Ifotlo*
ll.ii.Mnii.il. Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Dlvlilon of
Yale Dlstriet.   Where located: Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK that 1, It. H. 1'arkiiwoii
as nueni for William Smalt, free
miner» cci'lllluatu No. ii .ifilti. Intimil, aixty
ilnys from Hie ilnto liorcof, to apply lo the
Miiiini* Kocorder for n ccrlillcnto of linprove-
nu'iilu fnr tho purposo of obtaining a Crown
Gnuilof tho abovo claim.
Anil furihor tako notloo that aotion, under
Miction .17, must lie commonopri boforo tho
issuance of Mich Cert illcuie of Improvements.
Dated this UStli dar of November, IH».
I11CHAKD H. PAItKIXSON P.'-U S.
THE MICE
The oi
newspaper io the Boundary
Only $2.00 a Year.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate of   Improvement*:.
XTtntAa-.m,
Coitkk Kuii .Ml.vr.iiAi. Cliii
Situate In lbe Mayo** Mining Dtvltloi
Tale dlstriet.    Where   located
Kruger MeanUln.
TAKK   NOTICI.   that I,    I-"
lirnn  as m-nnt  for  Sp»'ii
freo   nilr.rr'a eerlilWailc   No.    »'<_
slutr   itavs    frou.    lhe   dato    l.n.'
nunt*- I'i ihu Hilling llcimler for .* ' •rut
of Improvements, fnr the rmi-p«».r of ol m
a CroKnOraiii of tlm abovo rlaiie.
Ami funlur lake nmlco thai Mliae
seel inu .17. musl  Im roninnirisl   bolon
•sauaarc i.f sueh Cerllflealo of [nipeoMnne
Dated Ihi, lllh day of April, nam.
tilAM. Mtt.OnK
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certlflcate  of   Improvements.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certlflcate   of  Improvement*.!
CALirOONU MlNKKAl. CLAIM.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Dlvlilon of
Yale District, Where loeated : Kruger
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK that I. Chaa. dclllols (in-en
as agent for llenjamin Anderson freo
miners certitlrate No. n6"li!. Intend sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to tho Mining lie-1
confer for a eortillcate of Improvements, for lhe
purpose of oblaining a Crown Orant of the
abovo claim.
And further take notico that action, under
section 37, must, bo commenced beforo Ih©
Issuance of such eeniticate of Improremtota.
Dated this llth day of March, IWO.
CIIAS. imlll.lll.s ORKKN.
-MIDWAY-
Riverside Addition,
Just a Word!
To those contemplating an investment in Midway real estate, the information is
offered that on the Riverside Addition may be
found 300 very choice residence sites.
LOTS 50 x 125 FEET.
For terms and all other information apply to
T* E, NORRIS, or A. MEGRAW,
Midway, B. C. Camp McKinney, B.C.
Mii-iiwiiieH Minmiai. itiua.
Slleete in th* Omyoas Mining Dlvl-loit
of Yale DMrlet. Where Loeated: Krueer
Mounlain,
TAKK NOTICK that I. Chat. PeHlnis 1..■■. -
anagonl for C. IL Arumloll free mlicr.
cortikat*   No. iKIKf a.  iatend,   sixty    <lu*
from the dale hereof, to apply to Iho Mi	
'tcuinler Inr a t Yntili_,t of linp-nveniciii- to
tbe purpose ol obtaining a Crown (Irani of the
above claim.
Anil furilici take nutlee that ncllon, under
suction :I7, must he connn-mcoil liefore  Ihs
Issuance uf such eerlillenle of iinprovemiiiii*
Dated tbi* Uth day of April. A. D. 1M«.
CH AU. Dull. UUKK.V
W. H.WEBB,
*a__ Practical
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WAGON AMD CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
Repairing
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
&' CARRIAGE   PAINTING A
SPECIALTY.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.
MIDWAY.B.C.
WASHINGS GALLED FOB ^
DELIVKKKD.
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