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IIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA. IOHDAY. DECEXBEE 26. 1S9S.
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Vf. H. NOHItlS.
 I'UOI'lilKTIII!
Published   weekly   nt.  Midway,  B. 0.
Subscription Prioo, $2,00 por annum, payable
in advance, oither yearly or ball-yearly at the
option of the subscriber.
Advertising Ita les sent on application.
Though the column* uf TUB ADVANCE are
always open for the discussion of matters of
public interest ami Importance wo do not nee-
noKKiM-ilyoudorsc nny jf the opinions expressed.
Correspondence ofa pei'sonnl nntiire will nut lie
publlheil.
MONDAY. DECEMBER 20, 18118.
Befoi-e the next issueof The ADVANCE
is in the hands of its renders the year
1898 .vill have drawn to a close, and in
closing will carry with it a record of
progress as far as this district i.s concerned, which it will be difficult fur
any othor section of the province to
equal, and which certaintly no other
section will surpass. Under these circumstances, and remembering that
some of the more important events
tending to the prosperity of lhe district are only now, at the close of lhe
year, being realhed, all will feel that
the acuteness nf parting with so event
ful a year, is softened ny the splendid
prospects which are .-een to he in store
for those who may be permitted to
enter upon the coining one. Therefore,
of Ihe old year let a tranquil parting
be taken, and to the new yeai a cheerful welcome he given.
Suggests a Close Season.
The possibility that tbe Mineral Act
may receive a sad mutilation at the
hands of our legislators at the coining
session of the provincial legislature.
causes the Nelson Tribune to comment
as follows:
•'Everywhsre throughout the milling
sections of the province the amateur
law framer is getting ready pet amendments which he thinks should he made
to the Mineral Aet at the approaching
session of the legislature. This is not
a new condition of affairs. It has beeu
going on ever "ince the province had a
Mineral Act, but this year there are
more amateurs at the work thai) before, because the Minister of Mines has
invited every one who thinks that the
act should he amended to send in tt
draft of desired amendments. So far
the desirability of keeping the act in
tact for a season so that the people of
the province may get upon speaking
terms with it, appears to be wholly
overlooked. When the game laws
came before the house this session some
member who has the welfare of the
mining industry at heart shoulil move
an amendment providing;! eloseseason
for the Mineral Act for two or three
years."
flay Amend the Vagrancy Act.
The injustice which has attended
the working of the Vagrancy Act has
been receiving the attention of Hon.
David Mills, Minister of Justice He
says that there have been many instances brought under his attention
where persons without employment,
ahle and willing to work, have been,
while in search of employment, arrested as vagarents and committed to
the county jail. The Minister of Justice says it may well he a question
whether the indigent, aged and uiiirin,
who have been guilty of no crime,
should be committed to the jails, which
are intended as the safe receptacle of
prisoners charged with crime until the
question of their guilt can be determined. Something in the way of an
amendment may be looked for during
the approaching session.
FAIRVIEW   NOTES.
It is announced that the Fairview
Corporation Ltd, i.s now an accomplished fact, consequently we may expect a good deal of work to be done
very shoitly on the claims owned by
the corporation.
The Flora, Western Hill and Virginia Company are doing a considerable amount of development work on
their property which continues to give
proof of first class value.
The Dominion Consolidated are also
busy with development work on the
Black Hawk mineral claim,
Sinking still goes on in the Morning
Star miiioand the ore is sain to he equal
to any hitherto taken out of that mine,
Work on the Stemwinder is being
pushed forward with vigor and many
rumors are in the air as lo the extent
of the developnienl work to be done
and machinery to be installed.
. The Smugglerinill commenced crushing this week and will continue for
thirty days before a clean up is made,
The mill was made by the Jenoks .Machine Company of Sherbrooke. P.Q,
There are four batteries of live stamps
each, with a total capacity of 10 tons
per day. The power is given hy a 10-
H.P. Corliss engine.
CAMP HcKINNEY NOTES.
(J-Yutii uur own roiTC*piiii(li'iil.)
During the week the cimp Ims been
fairly busy, the near approach of Xmas.
probably havingsoinelbing to do with
it.   Among the visitors i.s Dr. Keddy
who i.s accompanied by Col, Lindsay
and Mr. Percival. These gentlemen are
i examining    some     properties    and
' evidently      mean       business      not
! being  in  the  least  daunted  hy  the
quantity of snow, as leaving lite beaten
trail, armed with kodak and compass
they plunge into two feet of the beautiful to obtain at least the surface showings of some hidden bonanza,
Work in the mines, though iineveiit*
ful, has been progressing steadily. The
Waterloo shaft now being 80 feet deep,
the hoisting by hand is very slow and
us Supt. Murphy says "regular mule
work."
On the Annie L. (The Little Cariboo
Mining Co.) a force of men under Supt.
Donald are sinking the shaft and putting up a shaft house and blacksmith
sho , hi*'cii'ni wil'b ■ workings'.eadily
all winter.
In the west drift in the Minnehaha a
a very fine body of ore has been met
with, and though the Major disclaims
anything of phenomenal richness, he
litis a well satisfied .smile on his countenance,
Mr. Arthur Black is in charge of a
party clearing the uiain street of the
new townsite of "McKinney" the quantity of snow causing the work to be
slow and disagreeable. Quite a number
of lots have already been disposed of,
and the push and energy wliieh the
promoters are showing is likely to
meet with success, as building will follow immediately the lots are cleared.
Front the quantities of turkeys,
(several hundred pounds), and Other
good things, the "boys" in camp are
well provided with eatables, and it is
only necessary to mention the famous
brands dispensed by Mr. Hugh Cameron at the McKinney Hotel and
.Messrs. Lynch k McDuff at the St.
Louis to complete the material for tbe
proper celebration of a merry Christmas, which, Mr, Editor,your correspondent wishes you and the good
people of Midway.
Camp McKinney, B.C.
Dec. 21th, 1898.
NOTICK.
WHEN nt Midway, do not forget to
call at the tinsmith's, if you need
anything like good fitting stovepipe,
drums for stoves, galvanized iron roof
sheeting, hot air furnace fixtures,
pump fixings, or in fact anything in
the tinsmith line. Best of workmanship combined with moderate charges
guaranteed.
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate  of  Improvements.
JTOTI    *E*
ISUNDER MlNBlUL  L'1,A1.M.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Olvlsion of
Yale District. Where located, tamp
McKinney. „ ,  „
-rAKK NOTICK that I, Chns. DoBlolsONTO
T moni. for Julius Bro hour freo minors
cert iik".it i- So. 11» a. intond, slxt) days
from tho dato horoof, to upply to the J mini* °;
corderfor a ooi-llflpatc of Improvement* foi tho
purposo of ulitiiiiiiii'{ n frown kraut ol uio
abovo claim. , ..      ..,„!„«
And fun her take notico that ROtioii* undor
suction   37, must, hu comnionood hefute tno
Issuance of such oortiflcate of Improvements.
Iinleil this lith ilny of Deoomber, ism.
CIIAS. DkH. GREKN.
THK pM'tnorshlp heretofore Rubslsttng botwoon Frank Donald. Thomns Dmiulil m»
.hums M. Lvnoh, doliij* buainoaa ns hotel
koopors at Camp MoRimioyhiuitliis duy hoon
dissolved hv nun mil cm,sent. Tho business
will hereafter be conduoted by .hums M. Lynch
.unl Thomas lluiiipliiT.v under tnu name of
Lynoh & Humphrey whu will pay till debts,
and to whom all debts duo thu snid firm must
hu paid.
Dated this 10th dny of October, 1808.
•IAMBS M. LYNOH.
THOMAS HUMPHREY.
NOTICE.
Cnme to my premises on the Hrst of April
last, a small sorrel mare, with white strip in
fiiuunnd branded "Q Con the nigh shouldor,
Mure now hnsn foal by bur side. Owner proving property nnd paying expenses, can tako the
sumu awuy.
DAVID MrCO'AIf),
Knirviow. H. 0.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of   Impro/ements,
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Merry Christinas and Happy New Year.
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*rln wishing my customers and friends theCoinpl'. i   W
incuts of the Season, I also tender to them thanks §§  ($
for the generous support accorded to me during tho !    m
year just closing, which has been the most successful Kto <«.
from a business standpoint since 1 located In Boundary . '$
Creek in 18W.   My resent large business has been      *•$
built up principally because of the highest quality of F§   Sjj)
goods rather than price, believing that the majority I   _S
of people inaki' Quality their first consideration j], Ifr. V.
buying.   While I do not olalm to sell goods cheap-
not handling "Cheap Goods"—I do claim to sell at the
lowest price consistent with QOOD QUALITY,   |f
you nre dissatisfied with your present trading ),],.,,.,. '    8)
"turn over a new leaf" and begin the year right  |,v jS   j
buying whore you take no chances, as I cheerfully      rg
refund your money if goods are not satisfactory
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Virginia Mixkhai, Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
of  Yale Dlstriot.      Where    located
Grahams Camp.
TAKE NOTIOK that I. Forboa M. Kerby
P.L.S„a8agentfor Edwin smith Graham
froomiiier's oerSflcato No. 8WS0, tntolid, sixty
days from Ihu ilniu horoof. to apply to the
Milling Rocordor for a uurtilluntu of Improve.
humus for the purposo of obltiiiiing u frown
(Irani of tho abovo olelm.
Anil further Inke notloo thnl action, undor
section :t*. must  be commenced boforo the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,
Dated this 12th day of October, 1898.
Certiiicate of  Improvements.
KTotlce,
Dream Mineiual Claim.
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division, of Yale
IMstriet. Where Located:-About seven
miles south of Camp MoKlnnoy.
TAKK NOTICK Hint 1. Forbes M. Kerby, us
agont for Thomas I'inuh. froo minor's cortiflcato No. 18002\and John Nelson freo ininer's
,'iTtitlunte N0.18137A,intend,sixtytlaysfrom lhe
date hore/.i, lo apply to tho Mining Itecordor
for u Cortiflcato of Improvements, fur the purpose of obtaining n Crown Qmnl of the nbove
claim.
<\nil further take notice that action, under
seetion 37, must   be commenced  before the
issiiiuu.e of such Cortiflcato of Improvements,
Dated this :11st day it December 1808.
FORBES M, KERBY.
COURT OF REVISION.
ROCK CREEK DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT
A Court of Rol Won nnd Appeal under tlm
•'Assessment Ael 1888"und Ainuiiilineiilis, will
be held :—
At Osoyoos, In the Go veriiiiient olllce, on
Thursday tbe 5tli of January IS9I1,
at the hour of 10 o'cloek In tho (fore*
noon,
At Midway, in the Government olllce. on
Saturday, the 7th day of January
18111), at the hour of,'I o'cloek In tlie
after.mini.
At Grand Forks, in tlie Government
oilier, on Monday the Uth day of Jim-
nary 1809, nt the Iiftur of 10 o'clock In
the forenoon,
Dated Oth Deoomber 1898.
(b.S.l FRANK McliOWAN,
Judge uf the Court of Revision
     and Appeal,
LICENSING COURT.
NOTICE is hereby given (hat application will
be iiiuile nl the next sitting uf the Licensing Com i to lie held nt Midway lor the transfer
of the license fur tho salo of liquor by retail
now belli by tin'iiiiiler-igncil in respect of the
premises known n« the "Mountain House''
Kiiiintuiiii I Insiii'i-'s pre-emption nenr lio.'k Greek
to .1, li. Clirisiiiphcrsiin and thnt n com- of this
initice lins been di'tinsit"il with \V. jf. Nun-is.
Esq., um! Junius Kerr, Esq., Justices of the
Fence within tho County of Yule.
Dutcd this llth dny of N jveuiber. 1808.
W. II. CONKLK.
R.H. PARKINSON.
•J^_5   Architect and
2— Civil Engineer...
Financial,
I^eal Estate,
Insurance and
Mining Ag*er|t.
*»*» VOTA IfY    PUBLICS***
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i aiiview Townsite Agent.
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K. H. PARK IN SOX,
KJtUV'IKW, B, C
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Cot'i-Rspoudenoo Solioited.
- - HARDWARE •
Chambers & Co. Vernon
Dealers In Shell and Heavy Hardware.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE, etc.
: Jobbing Tinsmiths and Plumbers :-
Write us  fur estimates und    <$.
i HCFTYI FNF fiflS ^^^,^^0^1,"^.^ %
%    flULI   1 l__l\_  UflUi    (aklnK the lead everywhere.    Z
We solicit the patronage of the public, and trust by fair de
injr, and right prices, to merit your confidence,
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Mineral Act 189*3.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
°KTo__c;e.
\\'i.iv.hn llii.t,, 1'i.iinA,  VumiNiA, Minkiiai.
Claims.
Sltunto in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale district. Whoro located;- Cnmp
Falrvlow,
TAKI'i NOTIOK, thatI.OIifU*. do BIoIb Oroen
iil*eiil for Win. Iiiilryin|ilo, free ininer's
cel'lillenle No. 7HIIII ; Albert llnli'viniile free
miner s oortlfloato No, iiii'JauihI Duncan c.ir-
inieliiicl, free ininer's eerlillcnte No. W78a, intend, sixty ilnys from the iliite hereof, tu
apply to the Mining Uocordorfor n Ccrlillenlu
ol liiii'i'uvi'iii 'iiis, fur ibe piirimse of oliliiliilnir
il i rnwiittrniii uf the ubovooliiilll,
And furthor Inku notice thai antlon. under
Hoetion 37. in unl bi iioinmoncod boforo the
iBHuatico of such Certlfloaioof Impro* omonla.
Ilnteii this Mil dny of November, 181)8.
The Bank of
British North America
ESTABLISHED 18M0.
Incorporated by lloyal Charter.
Pald-Up Capital     -      -      -     $4,866,666
Reserve Fund     ....     1,387,000
London Oflice: 11 Clomonte' Lano, Luiiibard St,
K. C.
Court of IMreotors.
.1. H. Urodlo, ,lohn James Cater, flnsnnrd
Kiirrei-, Itiohard II. (ilvn, llonry .1. Knrrer, Kd.
Arthur Hoere, II. J. H. Kendall, J. ,1. Kings-
ford, Frederic Lubbook, George I). Whatman.
Secretary, A. O. Wai.i.ih.
Heiul OiHce in Canada, Ht. Jnmea Sl„Montroftl.
H. 8TIKEMAN, J, ELM8LY,
Ocneral Miitiagjr. ItiHiicclor.
Branches In Canada.
London, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto, Kings-
toil, Ottawa, Montroal, Quebec, st, ,lobn N. II..
Hi'iiiiilon. \\ Innlpog, Man., Kredorleton, N, Il„
HallfHX,N.S„ Victoria, Vancourur, Itnsslnnd,
Kaslo, I rail, Ashcroft and Grcunwood H.C
Dawson city. Klondike, N. W. T,
Agents ln the United States.
Spokntio: Traders National Hank, and Old
National Hnnk,   Ne-v Vork : (52 Wall Sluot),
W. Lawson and,I. C. Welsh, agents.  San Frail*
elsco, (IMI Satisnnie Street" H. M. J. McMielmol
and J. It. Ambrose, uglinls, agents.
London Bankers.
Thu Bank of Rnglnud nnd Messrs. Olyn & Co.
Foreign Agents.
Livernoiil. Hnnk nf ' IVorpOOl, Ausli-iilln
iilon Hnnk of AMlrftlla, NewZealnnl, uB
Hiuikof Aiisiiralln, Hunk of New Xeuland in.
dift, China, and Japan, Ohartprod Moroantlo
Bank of India, L iinlon mid Cliliin. Agra Hiuik
Ltd. West iniUw, colonial linntt iCls
lureiinrd, ICrnush&Cu. Lyons, Credit Lyoh!
lulls. *»*"■
J. ANDERSON, Mgr.
(Ireenwood, H. t;.
JMail orders receive our prompt atter\tior,
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GRAND PRAIRIE fflill
Carson, B. C.
r\N direct route tothe
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
Orand Prairie Hotel. points.    .    .
McLAT-jEN BI-^oS.  -   -   Proprietors,
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THE CANADIAN BANK OP
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
CAPITAL,   (PAID   UP) SIX   MILLION   DOLLARS.
A Branch of this Bank lias been opened at Greenwood, B.C.
Savings Bank deposits of $1.00 and upwards receiver
and interest allowed thereon,
APPROVED NOTES DISCOUNTED, DRAFTS SOU'
A GENERA- RANKING BC81NRS8 fRANSAOTRO.
W H. MORRIS, Manager, pro««-
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OF   DRUGS.,       Patent Medicines, ftc.
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THE MIDWAY HOTEL
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MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First, OliiBs Accommodation,  Oood Stabling.  Tot minus of Stag-
from M'li'c-iis, WashitiKton.
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors-
___ Midway, U.l>; r"-,rj" 	
'■iu  jii'YtiiMr,
•ANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
00 PACIFIC ROUTE.
ie Cheapest .
lickst and
lortst   Route
km
0
ronto, Montreal, Halifax,
I     Boston, New York and
Eastern, European,
Pacific Coast Points.
TR. ABERDEEN Leave, Pen-
on dally, except Sunday, making con*
tieiis with trains at Okanagan taming for
inious Junntlnil to join limit' Uiie trains
t ami west
Kh Tickets to anil from th' Pacific Coast
m Kastuni nnd K-irupeiin I'uii.ts.
quipment uiisitrpasied, combining palatial
Ing nml sleeping ears, luxurious day ooaohen,
risl and free colonist, uleeplng ears run on
(rains.
information us to time, rates, etc., apply to
L. Smith,     D. R. fllcElmon,
j-ont, Ponlietoii.   Agent. Greenwood, B, C,
tn E. J. Coyle,
Dint. Pass'r Agent, Vancouver.
The New Year Bells.
Departing year!  I heartily knell
Sound through the midnight air,
As bill holy as if wedding bells
Called for surcease of care.
Twas ever thus in human life,
Since man took note of years,
Wc hall the coming time with hope,
And strive to dry our tears.
Hut there are memories will not die,
Griefs that are half sublime,
Vein's but allay, and still the heart
Throbs for tlie olden lime.
Wc think of friends of other years,
Homo dear voice stilled forever,
These lapse   of years can ne'er efface,
Nor time from us e'er sever.
Stilljocund rings the New Year's bells.
As If tliere wero no sorrow;
'Tis better so, for hope is good,
VV'linte'or betide tomorrow.
Growing Bold.
Ai'cnnipiitiyiiiK President McKinley
on bis southern lout', are n few men
whn figured conspicuously, to their
own credit or otherwise, in I lie recent
wur. One of ihese a General Bates
took occasion tn address a concourse nf
people whn were gathered together in
a soul hern lown. Induing sn he tin-
liui-dened himself in part, as follows:—
"I lmpe lo see Ilie day when nur sUllT.y
Hug shall Hoal, everywhere from the
forests of lhe north to tlie sunny clime
of Central America. We are too big
and powerful und progressive to have
neighbors on this continent, and 1
ttusl, thai before the next adnilnstia-
tton "f lhe president closes the Hags
will fly over ever fuut of the continent,
from lhe northern extremity of lhe
Dominion of Canada in the Gulf uf
Mexico." Por precocious presumption
this part of I he General's speech"Bales"
all the jtngoeisui that has ever lieen
uttered by the hollow heads of ttie
United Stales, and it is safe to say
lhat if lhe starry Hag fluals over Can*
I adian foersts of pine, tbe forests ol pine
will be those represented by the ship
mast which Canada will supply to her
little southern neighbor, in exchange
i lur guud American guld.
As to there being tm room no this
continent for any olher nation k*side
I the titg.powei lul progressive une, nt hers
will nu  duulii differ  with   the  noble
Spokane Falls
...& Northern,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
The  only all-pail route, without change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland     */A_,
and Nelson. . .      _^z£^
Should carefully consider
[the cost of material, and
[by fEfjuring,find cut that
all kinds of
Mi-*-ind Hiwil '-• TjiimbBF !:(i'*i"*''il-ii"<lililfi*ii'»sw'ilit'l;ii" ,h,'ii'
Uyi-,   dim  UlliM-.il. •IJlliUUW)  opiniousttslongas a slick of timber
Il _ .grows  iii   the    northern   forests lug
■Shm^leS, • Ll'lS,  ■ MC, enough whereon to hang the Hag whhh
I is more  Iteloved, and equally and to
lean bs purchased at the       lb(JUI ,ll0*_ giuitou-*, than the starry
paM Forks Sawmill, p
DAILY TRAINS.
(il)ISt) NORTH.                     GOING SOUTH
12i27a. in    MARCUS Hil3u.ni
Train leaving Marcus at 11:13 a. in.
makes close connections at Spokane
wil:   trains for ail
Pacific Coast Points.
Close connections at Nelson with
steamboats for Kaslo and all Kootenay
Lake points.
Passengers for Ketlle River and
Boundary Creek connect at Marcus
with stage daily.
a. Or. Dixow,
. P. &T. A,
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III Business Lots
JAST-
Choice of good locations from $ioo    SWH
upwards,
HOCK CHEER HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ItOCK CREEK.
EC.    Pittondrig-li.,    I*_g-:_'
Fikst-Class  Accommodation  kor Guests.
GOOD STABLING
^TExcellert Klshing on Kettle Hivor.JJJ
CHEAPER THAN
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■;• Firewood $1 Per Load.
U.
Do Not l-avor it.
Tlie  Nelson  Miner is agitating the
advisability of lbe legislature adopting
anywhere else. ^V"^1101' !»"j! ''-v ,w: A* c,u"
! lysle ex-l luvincijil Mineralngtsl whereby an amendment would be introduced
tn tin-Mineral Aet, which would compel a locator of a claim lo do his Hrsl
year'sassessinenl work within UO days
of the location of bis elaini. , That
I iiis amendment is nut doited by mining
men can he gathered by moving arouud
among i In-ill and seeking tbeir expression of opinion, and that 1 he Miner
is nut conversant with the remarks
I made in the provincial press some time
; ago, upon this subject, is readily ap-
p.llYlll.
That ii is necessary to check the pernicious practice of re-locating claims
adopted In
]. K. Simpson, Prop.
1
(Successors to lt. X. Taylor)
hi   I 1   Ti *   i     adopted hy some prospectors, everyone
.mists and Dfmpisy-^*^^».___«. •!_
00 : readily grant, but thai tb
Vernon, 3. C.
tiggestion
, thrown out by Mr. Carlyle would prove
effective, none will affirm whu willcon*
j aider it.   That il would prove a partial
! dick to the practise can lie admitted,
inu Ibal  it ivould prove an absolute
remedy must be denied,
The adoption of the amendment
would no doubt put the prospector to
a good deal uf inconvenience if he desired In ev.uie il, I1.1t that il could be
evaded is quile plain lo Ihose whu
ATT       OT*?T^T?T?Q    leiiieiiilii'r thai an agent is allowed  to
Lit-) ;i Kirst-l'luss stnek nf
)rugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
(•Oiiipt and Careful  Attention
 IIIVliN TO	
i
lake up ground. Under these eircniu*
Ktiiuces scheming prospecttu-s would
luititl Iheinselves together, and by
making use of each others certificates,
ami each acting virtually as his own
agent althuiigb appearing Iu act for
1 ithers, a claim could he held for an
iinli lin.iie length ul' time.
Tliere is another serious objection
also   to   Ibe amendment, and  ilml  is
that a   pi-iispector — tint  a schemer—
may be out  all  the '-ttuiiiier without
I Huding anything, and then bile in the
! fall, and just   bel'nle   the prospecting
season cluses,  he  may   make a dis*
j envery, as many do,
To compel bim after recording bis
claim lo gal her together another
nutlli. and after winter seisin to face
the mountains, whirh are by this time
covered with snow, to do his assessment work or lose his claim, perhaps
file only fruits of a summer's work, is
too much of a hardship upon lhe bona
tide prospector,
Kor these anil ol lier reasons which
cnnld be cited miners are lukewarm in
1 heir support of the amendment, and
such being ihe  case ihe giivei'iiinetn
au Kin,ia „• xn   , ., should   ciisi  around  for some other
jieti,,,,,   •„ ,       ,''klWm'uk'11 <•" the Batla  i n« of   preventing   the  wholesale
UI" I ri'-localioii ul mineral claims,
I'list'iieni-i,: mix Ul.
W. DALRYMPLE
&e»iOY*iil      33lE-.€SI_i_a«i.i*l_
FAIUVUCW, ll.e.
All Kinds  of  RepBlrrng.   Horseshoeing
A Spcolalth.
J. W. E^EEl),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
All Work Warranted.
ofMti
d, McDuff
General Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B, C,
W. H. WEBB,
■_■***•*-- Practical >__»
WAGON ID CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
Bepaiping
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
m Residence Lots ^/Ss^
W V    11     "
(Kg Excellent   s*tcs,   50x140 at $75;
$%& Garden Lots_^5^
In tt
aiHl
Good soil; water   handy,
acre,    1 acre,   2^ acre,
acre plots.
Deferred payments if required.
Liberal reduction for prompt building*.    $|»p
The Midway Co., Ltd. g&J
Midway.B.C.   -and  -   Montreal, P. Q.   «Pft
d-B_SB__HH
Bob Hall's Stage Line
(Carrying Her Majesy's Mails)
Meets the steamer Aberdeen at Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and  Saturdays,     Passengers 10
and from   Fairview, Osoyoos and Oroville,   Wash,
delivered   in   quick   time,    and    by   comfortable
conveyance.
Livery, Feed and
Sale Stables ..
A j   Penticton, B. C.
111 R. S. HA«.L, Prop.
$y CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
II.  KEYES, Prop.
Good Accommodation,
Ui'st Liquors and Cigars,
First-Class Stabling.
ARMSTRONG   B.C.
Serf Wheat For Sale-
mautmmamammimam
Parties needing good
clean fa 1 seed   wheat
for  planting-,  should
call on J. A. Coulson,'
Midway, B, C,   who,
has two famous vari
tries,   the	
Early Genessee Giant
-AND
Dawsons Golden Chaff.
ilOI'O
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They have
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Come at last,
ALL our winter stock of Dress Goods
have arrived, new, seasonable and
fashionable, the. latest patterns in brocaded
Brillan.tin.es, Plaids of all kinds, plain BriHan-
tines, Silk lustre, latest French importations
of black and colored Cashmeres and Serges
Fancy Brocaded Dress Patterns . . .
No two alike, in wlors of In-own, purple, lilite ami
green, also a lull lino of domestics.
Dress Trimmings . . .
in jet, steel, silk ln-aiil, metallic, nml tubular,- But-
tm'is tti till kinds Ladies, childrens and infants
underwear, tin'.-, tuques .nnl canes, in fact everything yoit may wish for. Knitting wool in plain
iintl fancy colors.
A Full Line of . . .
Mens, youths and hoys clothing, Irish frize ulsters,
pilot jackets in heaver and chinchilla, full Um- "I
all-wool underwear, ovei-shii-ts in hlue and st.-iped
flannel and serge, arctic sweaters. German son,
mitts and gloves.
A full assortment of QROCERIES,  TOBACCOS and
MINERS' SUPPLIES always on hand.
<,K>eim*..|lH-r tlie Post Office Stored
Hain & CO.     Mid-wasr, B-O.
Sumplos oaii lie soon ut Uiii" & Co
Mltl way,
FOR SALE
A Good Hay Ranch.
Located about three miles from
Greenwood City on Boundary
Creek.
For Terms Apply to
"the advance."
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
 ! Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsom.nmg
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash S Co., Midway and Greenwood City.
BROOKLYN  HOUSE.
Commercial Job Printing-
AT "THE ADVANCE
(iUKKNWl.
,01) CAMP, BOUNDAin (JKEKK.
...   1 ..i.iuy Mi-els Served,
Oood A,'«.«n,n.o,.Mtio.. lor Tniv,-..e.'...'.-.-,.-M-^
Good Livery Sinbte lu connection.
Pred. Graf.   •   W°**' THE ai'V.wt:
Midway. H. ('., liKiTMnKK-jj.
ias
GREENWOOD
A Change Needed.
At   present   tht-   "mil  l**-*-'
! Boundary Mi-lion  nnd   entering
1 Unit
thi*
thi*
FAIRVIEW ■ HOTEL.
Km IV    SHI. l ft in    -rt un     ■ <^ i     f, IT '        ' 1
ea states, is earned io Mamis, the Commercial and Mining men should
slant's
I his
CITY^-
Is the Cent ml Town and Supply Point of the Boundary
I'teek Mining Camps.   Prom this New Town roads
sii-ad   of  Marcus,   So great In t    CL        L
,e change he that it is averted  hZO (J.  CmeefW-
lead to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely and are a Good Investment.
For Price of Lots and Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, Boniid'.ry Cif-ek. B. 0.
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F. Costkrton, Vernon, B. C.
A. K. Stuart, Vancouver, B. C.
i exchange office.   As nearly all
| now leaving for the Slates ot
! route have their headquarters al 1!
! hurg, much lime would
j the mail  handled tnorf
Were  Bnsshorg made the  exchange
■j I office   in
would the change
it would make a difference of 'H hours
in lhe delivery of mail. The matter
has been lironghl to the attention of
the authorities and it is to he hoped
no time wil! he lost ic hringing ahout
the change.
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A Useful Institution.
The Bank of Montreal has Inatigur
ated a money order liranch  in  iheir
tt system of hanking and for the future
anyone desirous of sending small sums
\ ofmnney bypost will health* to purchase
a money order at the hrancbes of the
"hank for a trifling charge. These
orders take the place of drafts up to
Ihe amount, of $50,"and are payable at
any liranch  of a  chartered   hank   in
Sl Canada. The post office money order
will he tna (treat measure if not entirely supplanted hy this system,
wherever a liranch of lhe Bank ot
Montreal is established, and rightly it
should be so, as the new older is much
less bothersome to secure than lhe
post office money order. The Bank of
Montteil is to he commended for having inauguialed this up to dale system, whereby il is made possible In
transmit small sums of money to dis*
I tint points with farility and despatch.
Put up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
SS GOOD ACCOMODATION. EVERYTHING EXCELLENT
Proprietor.
THOS, WAKK
FALLS HQTE^.J~Si
The   hole!   is   centrally  locaied and is a stopping place  for  stai;i |j
Goml Ashing in the vicinity.   Good stabling,
A variety of the choicest brands of liquors and cigars at the bar.
SITUATED AT BOUNDAUY FALLS, IJ, Ci
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VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH  k  McLEOD, Pkoi'riktohk.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turninifs.etc. All kinds of factory-
work kept in stock and made to order. Coast Cedar work"!
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath und
Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in slock.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lakk, Handy to Shipment.  Sash and i),,il!t
Factoiiy on C. P. H., Vkrnon.
Tke Travellers Insurance Co.,,
rrrrnrTTTnTTTnrs-
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Chartered 1863;
Stock Life and
Accident Insurance.
Issues the best life insurance
conracts in the world. No
disappointment as to divi.
dends. Everything Guaran*
teed in advance. Premium
rates, 15 to 25 per cent less
jhan those of old line Mu*
tual companies.
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Of Hartford, Conn. %
TTfnrrnt
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x*tti*$*Si$*.2A**$Aii*i*^^^^
I = Midway Meat Market
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF. Ml HON. PORK and VEAL
ASSETS, . .
January ist, 1S97,
-   • JTc!ji*!'(-j;i*titcj* oj_ t,Ii<_ iJi-eniiuoH
Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweec    t'.-iil and get a g as
Jf for dinner to-day.
We-e6€*8ge<-c*ac€C€>2'8^^
LIABILITIES, . .
SURPLUS   . . . .
*
$20,884.53  *
17,920,260.2 *
2,976,424.3  I
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The Travellets Oombenation Aet-idenl Policy guarantees foraccidenlal $
ii>
<n
Death Benefit .... $5*000 l,oss at Right Hand
Loss of Sight of Botli Eyes     . 11       I.u— ol Legal or nliove Knee
Loss of Both Keel or Hoih Hniiii-   6,005       Loss of Lett Hand     .   .
Loss of One Hnml and One Koot    ',000       Loss of Either Font
Perm-went Total Disability Ufto   .   Loss of sight of One ] ye .
under ordinary conditions.
«t
z.    it.
,600  2
1,000  /■>
1.00 /■*
. «ij<l if*
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tti
ttt
is a passenger in a
team   cable,   or  electricity tis a ♦
sum x
Lirr|its of Weekly   lriden-|r|ity $1,300.
AXD, If such injuries arc sustained while ridin
any passenger conveyance usur
motive power the amount to he paid   shall beDOUBLJS the
specified in tin- clause under which the claim is made,
Cost $52 a year  to Professional anu   Business j
Mi:.\,AMi Commercial Travelers. *
Other sums at proportionate rates «•>
"W. H. Novvis,
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BHIT18HJC0T.CMBIA, MIDWAV B. ('. J
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Cascade
CASCADE CITY, B. C.
C.H.Thomas, Prop
Vf/5-
Headquarters fo mirtirff men
y^\
visiting*   the   Christina   Lak
district.   Stopping* place lo*
stages  on  route from
■MfiliHMH HWH emammammmmmmr aa
Marcus to Boundary
Creek   points.
IE. G. Prior & Co.,  |
* ... Of Victoria, i\\
fo fo
fo Carry a full stock at Vernon of...
Brantford Carriage Co's Democrats,
Wagons, Buggies and Carts.
Massey Harris Binders.
Tt in mto and Hrantiord Mowers
and Hay Rakes.
Olive Plow Cos Gang, Sulkev
fo
fo
$
fo
and Walking Plows.
fo
fo
fo
fo
fo
a  REPAIRS FOR MACHINERY I     Agent at Vernon, fo
$     •  SOLD BY MM.     * li* SCHULTZ. T
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THE MIDWAY HOTEL =
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation.   Good Stabling.   Tei minus of Stage Line
from Jl-.i-etis, Washington.
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
Own Them Both.
Tbe right to build a railroad up lh-1
I
San Pnil river, across iln* Colville In*
dian reservation, has passed  into the
possession   of. Presidenl J. J. Hill of
lhe Great Northern.
Mr. Bill does nol appeai-openly upon
tlte -,ii'"e, Imt there is scarcely a doiilii :
that he stood in the wings and directed
the negotiations.   Ostensibly ibi- right j
of way has heen 'might  hy*  President
H. \V. Cannon nf the Chase Natii nnl
limk uf N"u York City. Iml  the business  relations between Mr.  Hill nnd.
Mr. Chase are too close in admit of til
doubt as (o lhe peal jiiircbaser.    Mr.
t'n 1111'ui is the banker fl hbaccoiiipanied
Mr. Hill on lii?- trip 10 tht- west last
fall.
1    News of thnuale nf the chartercotn°s ,
in ;; letter from A. A. Newbery of litis'
t-ity, who bas hefii in New   York  for
several tunuilis negotiating the tuins-i
I fer.    it*,   Nawliery  n*presenled   the!
Washington   Development Company,
\ which obtained the charier fn on-|
I gress lasl June. He is president of the
j company. A. W. Marsh nf Spokane,
I who represents 0. B. Hopkins, issei-re-
1 tan* : and VV. E. Pierce is treasurer.
! These tbtee form Ihe board of trustees,
I but it is well understood thai Mr. Newbery, Mr. Hopkins und O, P. Chamberlain, all of this city, were the organizes
and promoters of the enterprise.
The price paid is said to be close to]
$23,000.
Under the terms nf (be charter, the
company or its assigns, are required lo
build at least 25 miles of track within
two years ft 0111 date of the act of con
gtess granting the right of way across
the reservation. Congress has granted
only one other right of way across the
reservation—that acquired by D. C.
Corbin for tbe Spokane Falls and
Northern, and this passed to the Great
Northern with the recent sale of the
Corbin road. This umkes Mr. Hill
master of the railroad situation in
Republic and other camps of the Colville reservation.
What will Hill do with Ihe right of
way? Will he build, or has he bought
the charter onlv to lie it  up?   That is ; r»0 A One,*.   C~±„
aqi.es .which  will   be  asked over j Bed R°0m  SetS
and again by thousands uf anxious per
sous.
If be should build a road up tbe San  ALL OF THE LATEST PATTERNS AND OESKiNS
Poil to Republic camp, more construe-                                   ..,„    _ ..,.,.„,.
lion would be  required   to  bring the                                  AN0 AT WCES ,VH*CH WILL DEFY COMPETlW*
line to a connection with his mainline. | 	
He  could   build   up  the Columbia
from Weiiatcbee to the mouth of the We are age-its for the NEW WILLIAMS and RAYMOND SEWING MACHINES-
San Poil, and il is known that he hns
' hud   engineer partes over a part of|*-p    j.m      —,     -. p
this route tbe past   fall  and   winter.    1.   1V1.    U*UllV &  CO..  -   GrePtlWOOCl. B* ^"
Ur he could drop a branch from bis I J   ~*"V-'VM        UICUIWUUU,
: main line west of Spokane in  lhe Big! —
1 Bend cotintrv.
It is understood Ihal influential: TH E
interests in the Northern Pacific man-.
agement we.i-e considering ihe pin-.
of Ihis charier, but Ibey either
overruled by the conservative
element in lh.? Northern Pacifle management which is opposed 10 the build*
ing.of branch lines, nr while they bad       *,v,.-,,.,,.       , ..mr-ed
We nave just opened Ihe above hotel at. Green-.vood City, and .*"•* I""''.'
ESTABLISH: KD   18S3.
MAINLAND   NURSERY   COMPANY
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia
1'rees Free from Pests.
fruit and ornamental trees, plants axd vines!
Send for Free Catalogue,   j   E. Hutcherson, Manager.
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We have furniture on the way in CAR LOAD LOTS, and
in a few days will be able to offer our patrons
Chairs and Tables   Lounges,
Sideboards, etc.   eie.   -   -
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Greenwood City  Boundary Cree
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tin-  mat ter. under consideration  Mr.  lo wel
Hill stepped in and acquired the light dns* Livery 8table
oi* way.---Spokenmaii iti view,
"»»* guests and provide g00d acconiwodattim.   Q I l'*1"'"
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!J W. NELSON
PROPRIETY •AY
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Local and district.
tin* contracts for
P°SuSitTrd^Midway
1 ,„.,.„ M and that  work WIH **
Kmediately after th, New
■er the auspices of acomuiiltee of
T'^chelors-ahallwillbegiven
ftfjcols hall on Friday evening
' the   aifiii*.   Hs'"**.   hy  '•■*'
^(ions being made, should he a
•J success.
L-. Thos. Humphrey and Jnhn
ftf -uiaconda, were in town a day
,Hgo, and like many olher Bound*
1,-eek old timers. Ihey showed
[ppreciation of Midway hy in*
fg j„ real estate, each buying
pod hiij-iness lots.
Veteriliarylnspactor fov
bniinion
Ithern portion
of Yale district'
f Christie of Greenwood, has tenuis resignation.   Jtist what led
iristie to take this course has imt
transpired, hut whatever the
Bstances may have heen, it is tt
tally so competent an officer has
IflB-d out of the service.
I W, S. Fletcher came dnwn from
m creek mi Friday and proceeded
tnwood, Mr. Fletcher considers
lining summer will see much ac*
in mining around Canyon creek
and as there tire many tine
ig properties in that neighbur-
fhey will certainly be heard from.
JVedne-ilay last Mr. Forbes M.
_^K !'.!..>.. returned  tu Midway
■   L™V  iiuiiii   Kettle   river  section
Canyon Creek, at which point
recently completed some stir-
ir \V. S. Fletcher, who is heavily
(tfil there.   On Thursday's IVn-
itage, Mr. Kerhv left for Ver-
|here in- will spend the Christmas
■» among old lime friends.
fcesday evening the 28th inst.
guess al tin- Lanrashire House
limn,  tile  most  pleading cere-
'M-i  [x-i-fotiued on Boundary
wli'-n nu.' of the pioneers of tlie
th" well known and vpry highly
d Mr. James Mwood, who
waa severely wounded hy a
in "Cupids" l-Ovv, will he united
nnl- of holy matrimony to Miss
i ite nl  Vet linn.
•tny White, the manager at
mu and City of Paris mines in
iiiiji. was a visitor in town on
r.   .Mr. White, whu i.s closely
th witli tlie parties operatingIDialog
|>1 Ironsides ami Knob Hill prop-
in   Greenwood camp, says he
|l.. .good ilejtl about smelter pro-
Mi  his  way   from Centra]
i to Midway, hy simply attentively
Ing to tbe conversation of those
"know*'
proprietor of the Snodgraas
line was compelled a week or two
" pul on an extra stago to accom*
Ite the transportation of the eiiir-
auiount of goods expressed from
rent   points   to   Penticton  for
ithiry Creek. As the panel ex*
business has been steadily grim-
pr some time past it i.s quite likely
extra stage will  make   tor the
e weekly trips between Penticton
11 Boundary Creek points.
Tuesday evening Insl a fairly
audience assembled in McNicul's
.or the purpose of heing enter-
by the Cosgrove Merry makers,
H may lie said iheir expectations
in a great measure realized. The
'aitii'icnt consisted of a display of
pope pictures of the Spanish*
MINING NOTES.
It is slated that a very important
mining deal has been consummated in
Catnp Hewell in connection with the
Camp Hewelt Gold Mining Company's
properties, but as the full particulars
are not at band, the transaction
will he referred to in a future number.
On the White Cloud which is situated in Giahatns camp just west of
Midway, and is owned by Mr. W. Mc-
Coriuick, who was lhe original locator
of the now famous Mother Lod° mine
in Deadwood camp, the ore body is
showing up well, a* a result of recent
work. In Sinking in the No. 2 shaft, a
few days ago, very much richer ore
than any formerly found on the claim
was met. with, showing that as depth
is attained the lute character of the
White Cloud ore is heing disclosed.
Oie carrying iron pyrites with a small
gold value, hasclianged tonne in which
a considerable amount of copper has
displaced lbe Iron pyrities.
• XMAS GOODS!
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Bound Poetical Works
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J. A. UNSWORTH.
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B. C.
Christmas Tre*.
The Midway Christinas Tree enter*
laintuent (tiven in McNicol's hall on
Friday evening the 23rd inst. exceeded
in every way the expectations of even
those who were familiar wiih like entertainment--* given here in the past.
Thiii such was the case can he al
trtbuted first to lhe liheral support
given hy the citizens—many bachelors
—to the fund to provide for the same.
and secondly to the untiring energy of
the ladies who undertook the management of lhe affair. How hard ihe
Indies must have worked lo furnish all
thai met the eye upon entering the
hall can only he thoroughly understood
liy (hose who have taken part in such
work, but lhat their efforts were successful and were appreciated,was witnessed Oy the very large and enthus-
islic audience which assembled and the
delighted comments heard upon every
hand. The magnitude of the undertaking can l»* gleaned when it is stated
that nearly one hundred children were
provided for and sent home contented
and happy, and refreshments served to
probably ISO grown persons.
Punctually at 8 o'clock the chairman
Mr. W. H. Not tis opened the entertainment, hv extending to all present a
hearty welcome, and this done the Hrst
nunilier on the following programme j
which was throughout splendidly j
tendered was called:—
C. F. COSTERTON
VKltXOX. B. C
General Real Estate & Financial Agi.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A-ygarx-   Cosr**^*-
The Royal Insurance Coy.
The London and Lancashire Fire
iNstitANt"E Coy.
The  Insuranck Coy. of  North
America.
The London and Canadian Fihe
Insurance Coy.
The Sun Like Assurance Got ur
Canada.
The Oominidf Building and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy.
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The Russell HardwareCo.,
Of Greenwood City, B. C, has just received a car load of stoves, ard in lhe assortment may be found every discriplion of the stove frnm the highest class
range down to the small lin stove for the prospector. A peculiar feature in con
nection with this shipment is. that although you can cboosi from a great
variety ynu can only gel one quality. 'The Best". Asm price? Well, considering the quality they are Cheap! Cheap 11 Cheap! II and so you would
sav if vou examined the goods.
-iDon't delay for the stoves are selling every day._^—
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Orders by Mail Receive Prompt Attention
GREENWOOD CITY MERCANTILE CO.
GREENWOOD CITY. B. 0.
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CtUhii ne jVergnson. .-*«iita Clans
Iji'jIuiu Christum Morn j
Quartette..Male   ..Sum. Day 1 ll Wander ltaek j
I.', "iia'.ion   Vurinin -laxc.Ktgbl Before Xtnus |
Talika'i  In Disgrace
Solo..   . Rev.Richards....Tbejr all—ove Jack
Kecitjition.Mai'garft Hcckivith.. A Smack in
School
Tableau Jack anil Jill
Recitation ....PhylH* Beck with  Deoomber
Solo Mr. Hodgson        ..   John Peel
Recitation. ..Waller .Mmraj ..Deck Hand-tuid
a Mule
Dialogue Christmas Eve
Santa Clans.
As ahove stated this programme was
splendily tendered, in tact sii well were
tbe different numbers presented, a continual round of applause was drawn
from the audience, the applause reaching its i-litiiax, upon the appearance of
Santa Glaus. *S.int;» Cl.uis having
fulfilled his mission and sped away,
and refreshments having heen partaken
of, and the litlle ones retired, lhe hall
was cleared* for, dancing, a form of
entertainment participated in hy many
of those present, and enjoyed by all
who took part [herein.
«'ori-i-:i:i---j'..
GREENWOOD B.C.
Good Tools, Plenty Material.
Iii connection wilh lhe work of get
Jean war and other scenes, and i -ing np the entertainment, the services
III tiiusical seleci
tons   un   KUltais.
'"ns, banjos, hand-hells, etc. On
n*os* Pleasing features of the
|tttlninent. wasstage posing, with
"n calcium light effects.   Tbispai-i
■he programme was much appro
h effort is iK-in,/ mado to get the
•rament to build a. bridge over the
ttle liver near the mouth of Kock
P. or failing this to ;*iiriii.sh a road
'!"* north side of the Kettle river
ptencing at lagraroa bridge and
J11"**;   up   to   Nicholson    oreek.
Bier of these propositions if carried
h»uld furiiislt a means of communi*
f"" -hadly needed- to the several
Bheraand many mines operating
r"* north side of Kettle river. Cou-
^ring t he interests at stake it would
•1»' U»0 imi.-li to ask the govern it
-''"•'yum both propositions, as the
of Mrs.C.I.Lundy and Mrs. Warmouth
are deiterying of special commendation.
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Nearing the Vein.
On the Lincoln and City of Paris
claims work is progressing so favorably
that according to the manager's statement the tunnel which is lieing run to
crosscut the vein, is now in ahout 550
feet. This leaves, if computations
have lieen correctly made "a.s to the
length the tunnel would have to be
driven to catch the vein, only another
50 fuel |to be completed. So carefully
has everything been planned lt would
seem the calculations are going to work
out to a nicety, as the tunnel which
has throughout its length twsen a dry
one, is now showing signs if much
moisture, a clear indication that
the vein fissure is gradually heing ap*
:  pronched.   The iTosscuttingof a  vein
"g of the hridg" is becomiugday}^ore equal to that which shows on
'•In
more ami
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mores matter ol
ssity, and the furnishing nf
V™* would be attended with so
ra,,ou«"y.th»t if the conditions
I' ' ,al1 for its construction Were
pwtood, itwould be difficult for the
ivernment tofi,id an excuse for not
l-hg the work,
the surface on tbe.se cleinis, will not
only make the Lincoln and City of
Paris famous, it will do much to bring
into prominence Central camp as a
whole, and certainly will add to the
reputation Boundary Creek already
enjoys of heing a region in which
some of the finest bodies of copper-gold
ore on ilie American continent is tu
be found.
X    and 30 years  experience   tu do
O    work correctly.   .   .   .
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Goods Delivered Free,
W  S. KEITH, M. E.,
ASSWER  AND CHEMIST,
The Miners Home,
GREENWOOD, B..C.
PrOPERTIES EXAMINED AND REPORTED ON
The Bank of
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The Greenwood Branch
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FAIRVIEW, B.C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands a
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of i:s
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
on Copper St,
Greenwood, B. C.
Rossland,
Greenwood.
THE BEALEV INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
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Fire Insurance a specialty.       oreenwood city, b. c.
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Camp McKinney, y. C
Three Doors From
the Imperial 1 lotel.
G.A. HENDERSON,
Manager.
Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished.
W       W        and possessing all modern conveniens, tending
to the comfort of guests.   Strict attention paid to
y{/        the wants and wishes of customers at all times.
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Lynoh & Humthrey.  -* Proppietors. __j ' x £A-^
BOUNDARY GREEK MINING AND MULING COMPANY. LID. []
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
OII2CE ,   OBBS3VWOOD  Cit *,». O .
Capitalization $1,500,000, In $1 Shares, Trnasory Stock 703,000 Shapes.
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R, gj
Ledge, 0 B, S. H. B., Fred D., S. F., J. A. C, P. H., C S. & H, E. C. B,
Prospective,   Spokane  and  Granite   Falls.
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION
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