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MIDWAY. BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY. 6,   19.4.
$2.00 per Year.
MID-WINTER
CLEARING     I
SALE !
Engine Runs Away.
Th
Work of an Amateur Engineer.
Cariboo Pays Dividend.
With tho payment of it I per
dividend last Tuesday the Cariboo- .McKinney     Gold    Mining
|company.went into temporary
|eclipse.  The disbursement takes
What might have   proved ajabout$50,OOOout of the treasury
serious accidents attended with]&p_ feaves a Sani estimated at
fatal   results,    was    narrowly Lbout $5000 as a resertig jfond
tverted iu  the C. PR.   yards k'ow, with no ore  in   sight to
it Grand Fmks last   Saturday jnstify operations,    the   mine
ifternoon a tew minutes after; vv?u r"L.mai„ ,.[^vd  indefinitely,
to'dsck.   A freigh engine with The   decision was reachetTon
a caboose attached was  stand-; Tuesday at the annual meeting
logon the-iidi> track in. charge |0f-be Carihoo-lIcKianey com-
if a winer,   whilst   the   train !„.,„*■ jn forumo,   Tlie old offic-
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McNICOL'S
I -rew were asleep in the caboose.
i 1 lie section foreman came a-
loug and requested the wiper
to back up a little, so as to
clear away the cinders and
coal   clinkers
i The wiper wh
■ a the job for about six months
pany
rs were re-elected; with the addition of S. E. Beatty and C.
W. Fox as directors. Robert
Jaffray of Crow's Nest Coal
and Republic Consolidated
from under it.' fiUne, is the president, aud
had only been Qeorge McAuley of Spokane is
the managing director.
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Regardless of cost we have decided to close
out the balance of our Winter Goods, also all
odd lines, which are bound to accumulate in the
ordinary run of business.
We do not purpose carrying these goods over until next season, as it would cost us more
than the profit to do so, and so have decided
to give the profit and a little more to our
Customers. *
You cannot fully appreciate the GENUINE
BARGAINS offered unless you call and examine them for yourself, and we guarantee you will
be surprised and pleased.
No Goods Charged at Cash Sale Prises.
the engine* threw j   The mine, which lies at Camp
ver and backed  heriMcKinney, E O, has had a; bril-
ti engine wheels   b<J- Harit career.   It has paidhund-
ir.air.il   rapidly, and redg   0f dollars   in   dividends,
volume   of   steam lit was formerly controlled ly
Monaghan and Mr. Mc-
_ of   Spokane.    Mr.   Mon-
aghiiL' sold   out   and   Mr.  McAuley floated the mine in  Toronto half a  dozen yean* ago.
I jumped on
i back the le
up.   As th
gan to fly ,
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poured out   with a   deafening jjam
noicey  he jumped, leaving the f Aul
; throttle   wide  open,   aud   the
■limine backing  rapidly   down
■ the   switch   to  the main Hue,.
!« ith the train ere.-    onsisting j,„•& a   cabiral   0f   $1.250,lXXi
I of half a dozen  men asleep in j The stock formerly paid 1 cent
:iare,
tbe
eaoo
F
ortunat
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th
:is time the men were awak
and in
he eastern   C;
ti:
ht   of
.At
sauian   mining
up   to  $1,7D   a
tier
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Take Care of Those Lungs,    i
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s is the time of vear   wr
en
.ittle
; 2 h   mav
mean a sertous   illness,   it
Our White Pine and Tar Compound
and
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
Still hold first place as curers.
ened and realized their position [frenzy
just   in    time   to  save   them-p.i*arei< or   on   ab<.mt a
selves toy jumping,  before  tin-ij-eut intent b-isis.
•abtiose struck the open swit.-h.j    it ^ developed to the 000 fo it
backed of and upset in hed teh 'i,nk,i ..„a is equipped with a 20
with the leader on top of  it, stamp mill and machinery that
whilst fortunately tbe   engine1^^ $50,000,   Within two years
remained  ou   tbe track.   nau;-|ie ore |las been  running   o;i
the switch been  turned on to Jower   grade   ana   t(,e    ,to..k
the   main   Hue   the   runaway; has   slaniped.   The   action   of
train wonld have taken   it in the company iu disbursing  the
' pursuit of the eastbound passen- \ money on hand at a i .per cent
ger train whieh bad just pulled! nUe had been generally expect-
out two minutes previous, and L^yet the shares had Been sel-
' with a down grade for severalh;ng ar6und here for 4<s 4 1-2
miles   and   the   throttle   wide jeents. and some of    it.- sold a
! open, the chances are she would | momh ag0 iu Ros.land'for 2 1-2
ihave crashed into it with fatal ;centS-   The  man  who bought
results.    The   wrecking    crew ' at sueb a low pri(.e ha, aire,tdy
was wired for at  once  and   it L^e a profit ofl 1-2 cents on
took 24 hours to clear the track. | j-js dividend above the price he
 •—— ; paid, and he has his stock left,
with a chance for any further
profits, if the mine should prove
profitable or if   the machinery
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last night was one ot the most
auspicious functionsof the kind
in the   history   of   the   party.
Not only did the utmost harm
ony j
W(j
Conservative Convention.
Victoria,   Feb.   2.—The Conservative convention held here ;
»ht was
Work Resumed on Bodie.
Work was resumed   Monday
prevail but the proceedings on the construction of the
mill
inducted amid
eous enthusiasm.
President.   Houston
the chair, and be and
tiring officers ret eived
vote of tb inks for ser
dered.   Boost .. res]
spontan-
occupied
ither re-
i hearty
* ren-
ided in jj
Thomas Drug Co.    Midway
Sir i ':.::'.- H:''.bert Tupper
ras chosen president by un-
nimons vote and was the re-
ipient of most complimentary
ndorsation by Colonel Prior.
-ho moved bis nomination.
isidents were elected
.even Douiiuion electoral districts as follows: Victoria.
George Jay: Nanaimo, D. M.
Eberts: Comox-Atlin. S. Man-
nell: Vancouver. J. R. Seymour:
Westminster. D. S. Curtis: Yale*
Cariboo, Price Ellison: Kooten-
av. J. FL Schofield. R. L Bor*
Vic
for
for the Bodie Mining company
at Bodie camp, near Republic
and a force of men will al-o be
put to work in the mine,
fhis was decided upon at the
meeting of the stockholders
:'• -  ■'.*.!v.
I Iffieers were elected na follows; President, C.JI, Fa-sett
. f Spokane, succeeding Wil-
liam Or. Madison; vice president,
L. S. Kurtz of Bodie; treasurer,
(.'. P. Lund of Spokane; secretary, Edgar E. K. Schmidt of
Spokane: general manager. D.
B. Hayden, formerly of Cleveland. Ohio. C. M. Fassett, C, E.
Hilts of .St. Louis and D. B.
Hayden were elected directors.
Work at the mine was suspended several week ago. All
the material for a 10 stamp
mill has been delivered on the
ground and  work had started
lUUlUW]tliJiil!lWl
den is the   honorary president, on  the mill when the shutdown
Resolutions were passed  en- occurred.    The   completion   of
donring   McBride,  Borden  and the mill will  be   expedited   as
Chamberlain.    McBride, Green much as  possible   and in   the
and Fiikoii delivered short ad- meantime the men in the mine
dresses,   The   convention   ad- will be taking onl
iourned at 12 o'clock   midnight. •;■-, "• " ' '1 •■• --      ,' -i
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SATUKDAV, JANUARY Sl, IMW.
As yet the provincial government has failed to bring
down its railway policy regarding thc Coast-Kootenay railway. Should the government
bring about thc building of
this road on favorable terms to
the province, at an early date,
it will ga-in popularity in
Southern British Columbia at
least, while on the contrary if
the coming summer passes
without the construction of
this road, the McBride government will be looked upon
with disproval.
The special issue of the
Phoenix Pioneer is-to hand.
It is replete with information
of the Boundary couutry, its
mines, smelters, etc. It con
tains 58 pages of interesting
reading matter and has upwards of 8o illustrations, being
by far the host publication of
the kind, ever issued in the
boundary country. The work
was all done in the Pioneer
office and the immensity of the
undertaking can only be real-
Ued by those who have had
experience in getting out a
special issue in addition to the
jugular weeklyv publication.
Editor W'iileox is deserving of
no little praise for his enterprise in furnishing the public
such a mine of information and
realiable statistics of the dis
trict. The special usue of the
Pioneer would prove an acceptable present to friends in the
•ast and everyone should
avail themselves of the opportunity to secure a copy liefore
the supply, which is limited, is
exhausted.
Three gentlemen have been
selected to sit on the bench
in a new court created last
session of Parliament The
tribunal, which is to be known
as the Railway Commission,
will have to do with questions
affecting railways. . The personnel of the court is interesting. The Cheif Justice, Mr.
Blair, has been called to the
railway bench becauce, having
retired from the Government
as a protest against its railway
project, he is too strong and
too influential a man to be left
free to criticize its policy, Another of the judges, Mr. Bernier, is retired from the Ottawa
Government because he is
considered too weak and unin-
fluenti.il to be of political service to it The third judge.
Mr. James Eills, principal of
the Guelph Agricultural College, is a surprice. The court
is evidently designed to be representative of Ontario,
Quebec and the Maritime Provinces. The AVest does not
figure directly in it.—Mail and
Empire.
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Carrying His Majesty's flails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.30 a. tn., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p.m.
Returning will leave. CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. m.,
reaching MIDWAY at 7,15 p. 111., and making connection with the train going east at 2:05 o'clock.
The beat of accommodation for
the convenience  of the
travelling public.
R. MEYERHOFF, PROPRIETOR.
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With Wliieh is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia
HEAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.
Paid-up Capital    $8,700,000
Reserve Fund       3,000,000
Aggregate Resources over       78,000,000
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LONDON OFFICE-GO LOMBARD STREET, E. C.
The Bank has 104 Branches extending throughout Canada and
elsewhere, including the following in British Columbia and the
Yttcon District:
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CRANBROOK,        KAMLOOPS, NEW WESTMINSTER
DAWSON,      NANAIMO, LADYSMITH,        VICTORIA
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BRANCHES IN THE UNITED STATES
New York,        Sou Francisco,        Port toad, Seattle, Skagway.
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OW Goaded, of Oakknd^* t^ZTL" ZZV+'T*****  -***
Uifonfc, is voting hi, p»«fa    *M   at  P^Dt £^!B"*!, 8tWn; if a p,ea^re tri{)' —»:
*uio-»»      udjc      t^^ltasw   It has splendid com- > and the conveniences sad ttm*
T *-> mt   a J motion inlaud by railways, forts of a modem railroad.
>. Peterson, of   Greenwood. { but ha.* one great drawback in,    Wh, not etmfaine all bv bsj™.
s   spending   a    vacation    in;that most of it » frown up jn the ILLINOIS CENTRAL,  'be
*»•*• winter." [T&L.T.^n.a- r>    a
^ i [wp-ro-OMBitaMi, mnning two
Mrs. H. htraass and  Mrs.  S.     "Ottawa, thnagh quite a small: train* dailv from St.   Paul and
took a trip to Greenwood town, w a citable place for the  Minneapolis ami from, (l-maha,
apital of the Dominion.- to    Chicago.    Free   Re iin in- PrrtJ   |n„ j.- »        .»        . ,. -  ,,.
- jChairCar*. the famous £g M A COO LB 310(1^1 iOD    fOP    til    Tffiftlg    PflMfc
I Library-Smoking     Cars,      all
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Reck Cntk. M C.
S. I UISBI, Pr*
Strp-jinf  plate tre Stage* j»
nd  n>ra ii! BcKHMUrr
lyesterday.
W. Powers, of Grand Forks,
(aa among the   wwek'* visit.**rs
|to the town-
Mrs. J.   F.  Royer. of Greenwood,   was  visiting friend*  in
Midway this week.
MLs» Belle McLaren, of   Car- j
■•on U visiting her   Sister. Mrs.
Ja*. McNicoL
Mrs. J. McNicol. and sister
Miss Belle McLaren, attended
the Carnival in Greenwood on
Thursday evening.
There   is   excellent    skating i
on    Kettle    river,   and    large
numbers  are out   every evening to enjoy the sport.
Two sleigh-loads of pleasure j,
seekers from the  Mother Lode j
mine spent an evening the   at j
Crowell  Hoose  one  day   this
week.
A. E. Thomas, brother of
ours townsman. A. F. Thomas,
arrived in Midway from Owen
Sound on Thursday to take a
position with the Thomas D rug
Co.
J. 0. Thompson, who for the
past six months has been clerking in W. F. Cameron's store.
Vernon, arrived in Midway to-
TICKETS
-TO AND FKOM ALL-
Points   East
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
TO
Spekue. Seattle aid Ctist Pmis.
Su Paul. lisMijoie, CUnfi.
AXD FOOTS KiST
2 VttFvxgj 2   I
Hre tunixtnmt Vimntkont, Da; CoufeM,
Hiaea tod Tenrist 5 « :*-«i, Dfl-njf aai   -■
htSet. Smekitut USfwy C
Far Tsckstn' Ra.-.«. iToieer* iai ruB
IstoniiixAitm, issHon or iddr m
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Strains vestibule*! Iu short
[thoroughly modern theroegh-
. out. All tickets readrag vi* .hv
. Illinois Central will be honored]
on these trains   and no extra
fare charged.
Our rates   an?  the  same   as
' those 'of^inferior roads — why
;not get your money's     worth
Write    for    full parti.-ular-.
R HJPBCMBtru,
Commercial Agent.
Portland Oregon
J. C. __-wesr,
T. F. & P. A..	
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Paul R Thompson,
F. 4P..L
Seattle,   Washington.
McLEOD k BROWN,
Bjutsxsraa, Soucttuh-j, Etc.
BHHaaraae. S. C.
Cha*. A. Webster,
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IPSOMQTft INVESTOR. DESOiR
Tourist
Cars East
Many   experienced   travelers
tourist   sleeping   can*
yri-A-
for
f Harney.
the       transcontinental
The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St
Paul Railway
can arrange fbr your trip
e<ist in Ulurfea cars, offer vou
choice <>l    routes    and     save
you monev.
H 5. ROWE,
General Ageat.
I34 Third Streets PortlMd
«J«y and wiJl     take    his    old
imk&ob in  J. l&Sferfs store. *" ""*«m """ "w,»«" *•*•»' "SpokiM-Wuo.. U.S.A.   Nidwtj.3
tr rr wn*,e
H. E. Eidridge left yesterday *.».c.»cn>tsto».g. w. p. a.   : ■——
fm   Greenwood   to   assist   in mn<ATqrae- *»"* T-* ; q j lEGGVTT
tiie work o€ getting   ready for ~    ' ~ I
the  opening   of   the  Thoma* SfQ^g Fdls4N0Ptll6fll B-^R^EK AT LAW
Railway Co.
Nelson k Ft Sbeppafd
Railwav Ca
Bed Msutiia Ba3wjy C».,
WaBfeoftM k. 6. N. Iy.»
fa, fit Ely Ca.
MID WAT,
SO LIC ITO K a >T.
NOTAKY PUBLIC.
B. V.
Drug  Cc's new store  in that
While blizzards are raging
in Eastern Canada and the
Stittes, British Columbia is enjoying one of the finest winters
tn the history of the province.
E. A. Haggen.  proprietor  of
the Revelstoke MaiL has organ-'
«ed a   company   at   Vernon'
which will undertake the pub-
forties   of   a  liberal  weekly.|    Iv ^ ^ ^ wj> ^wtm
M the stock  was  subscribed; p,^a£s««, wm and *omfa to R<m-'
promptly and within a few days I l*nd. NeJ*io. Grand Forks and R*poh-
th*?first issue of the new paper ^"-  Vooaoets *: Spokaae mdth the";
mav be  eipected.    There   are|_  . . „ _    ,
...       ,      , . ,      0. A. 4 N. C". for p>.mu east,   ww-*;
many liberals throughout   the Aad ^^ . ^^1* *t RasUr.*i aai RoHHSLL BLf>;>;. G*EESWOO
Okanagan district who for some ■ ^draa with lit* -H**** Pxtdia Vj.
time   have    been   desirous  of I Pta* M' v' * s-
the  publication
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An opportunity to get a number  oi   leading  papes   below
securing
Vernon ofa paper that  will be
in   touch • with   their political
views.
C<M-j-««t* at »l»n xrftk tke K. B. * V
in   Co. (or fxmMa aad Siae-as poLstt.
C-onattta at Carl.-w witli maa* tor
GrMawood aai XMiir B. C.
Baffrt on ran ob train j bc4w««a
Spoksoe aod R*p«b4l«r.
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J. S.   HARRISON.
NOTARY Pl'BLlC,
Cashel Confessed.
Calgary. X. W. T. Feb. 2-
Ernest Cashel paid the extreme
penalty of the law this morning at five minutes past eight
o'clock. He walked bravely to
the scaffold, never flinching nor
twitched a muscle. He confessed this morning to Rev. G. W.
Kirby that he was guilty of the
murder of Isaac Rufus Beit.
The condemned man was very
penitent  and   sorrowfuf,
Lease.
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bgfcfttet-bcai iiseJteeC.Jfiiaajtun. iMiailoar.'.o   MIDWAY  «ad sntTtwnding rtjootr?
i.i,. j     *MfcetaB««to»»6**»»«*«i;(te»e9-K«< ud i.-'tif ord-r** for
was assureu tfiat he had maae-^.^ ta.mum wj»ae*ife»a.>e »muwM<i««r
his peaee with God. \teem the* m etmtgmaem °^*J™Z*!Z g {} I   H A.RDY    SPECIALTIES
Dai
Dai
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iar
1905.
'.Vorld
Gic?r»p}jy As Sh- Is Wrote.
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: -a-Bjticn. *r"..--i. SwaefcisiJ »ad ail Oaam
'■ »a,i tag **«**■   H- SW^** «t"S«,«s ,ri**
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Tv    * it < fe&« "-• Btw«rii«S».  wiiieb w*a tort ft«»
ine following selections are "^ uj^-ot-.'^?. ■■ »*«**
from sfeographv books used   in • ****. Hex. ufiiD *. »&*«, b™1^^*
EnsSshgrhnak- *»»* foe Shah.   A prtiaw-n' P«
-V J I .   th* r*bt   toott on  either sxl.*r7
JUnuoba us treeless. _._     ™—    oto'b-.w   Tn!~„„»,L«ifin.
-TUn<-- ■        . ».      W^-N
Daily Mai!
arc trrptre
in Frait Trees. Small Fruits,
Ornajr.sntals, Shrubs. Roses,   ;
Vines. Seed Potatoes, *c     •
Stoefc trj< tn i**me aad fr— fmin N»:
il tor. (i.r ;
i
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Chicagt
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facta r
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cm- .,:,-n. sen
lt:*x bae  almost all the.
Mtak of  a weeesafel
oor.
-The   '
^ Q^bvc, \Un*,Xew Bruas-.^J^'Z
wwk." wL    B j-
BHFCl    PERS7X     TO c-ommissjon.
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Wht sihtl t-1"  I"*
m  ^Tj-.-iciiC .   ?rt-^
Stone & Wellington
Daily .
Weekly
\t   .. .       U-rmm'.].
jVlontreaJ ranui1
Weekly
Daily Free Press.
Weekly
cer Oce.iJi
Herald and Weeklv Star
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4.C0
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. 1.65
4.65
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4*50
2.50
3.80
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trfirts*  .-essence aid garden lots- ac low prices and oa easy terms.      S__t4 for maps, prices, and full
I A. M. WOVENDEaV K«
3D Ss John SJr***»l.
Montreal, P. Q
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
'•• «  •'BOCSfi...
Ajwst for Bciteii CUta-atta,
JSahnay. ti *.'.
MINERAL ACT.
©•rtlfleata   af   In-prun-menta
.Jrapra JiwiH.il.   ClAQt
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TAKS   XOTICTC  On* I  CSanfeg .toBlnis
Snan, tt*« \tai«» Cenrtiiai-t X«i. itfratt
te T.:*t.;. ami i» lipnt fur Tbixw. Brifni-fk-
WeoHtur tne JEtwr - IC«nnJl-r»f,« y* aHHW4.
tatmti. ha:.7 ia;-. fym :Aa iin.1 twrstit. *a ap.
J(J "-! uw Mtouf Ba-mntor Sir a faciSotm
tt Imaenmsmaatis. ftir 'Ae jnryiee tt .Jheimtair
• Cn x-t Afftat. it :a* nn: x: :luim.
Ajid fjuniler ".lit.* antitfe *irw wtixm. amine
mcAmn tf. main !«  .nimnunnxtf w(:r:  Aiu   Is-
«!ki,*ij< tt mdl CeTOftaun uf Imprwimnni'ii.
Dn,*mt ito ilxt -toy it J'uvviry. SKli.
C.-ftB SRKE*.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate   *t   Improvement.*
nt lmanw,,numt_i
tMmSt; <Zr.,-*-i 'iiinr.4 it!
I'Ti-STOWt. RBI JC'WTH.   >T."»TI   J?HJJ
K«tru E.tO; Jf-»ui.;   - j..;w*.
Steiaaeta.  "Jte Sj**m*! »'init W'jijju MMMn
uf  Ta!«   Sfstrtitt.   WTu***«   IiiBJiWi:   to
TACT XO^wi -•■'■ii.'   '    tnu S ftBtt
u' .iitnnr Sir Stuniotnfi Si-uirtj.
tn**aJSta**i "»«, minis! unt Item
ft*".j Mflwirt) ...ar-irfli.-a.-f Sn. iiti\.st.
.ti '* trim:&*'Inf.*. Jiur-mf. U -.jm-*
T? .-*.--- be >•-..!
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Airf ftr*.iii«r --i*b noCuH *fii**JU!timi«, ttri-o*
*«t!tion IT.  wih*;  iw 'jmnnuenumf  Hotel   As
^j-jwuij rf mui! CMtMMMii st fcupinmnniutt.
Pwwi riiiM its t«r i( /itniKitr?. am..
1  H-BUlXSTfT
NOTICE.
TSfSSOncCftat-ffii-fbgn *nm *&•* jfi-xn
iwrwrf t jir-inri "i ifloly vi '!ih rhin. "iim-
ii.....i-.i!in!r o( uuir(t> unl xoritu Sir gHnnnwina
t» ijtiCTlraii!* ".hn fhlt'. t( fee. '. T'j-»!!i«hin il.
Oxoyiiii-i Mktbt
I ths tSA iioy nt Dwnmilffl". 'M.
E. W. >nr.lT>.'.«
C. toft. «*r*i«ii   irsni*.
9S       k ,***. m I
Uur JobTyp'S ii m
neWi Ws us® only *&j®
b:st quality of Stationery and ai! work sent out
fron) this Qffie-f is guar-
ant'i'Sd to giva satisfac=
tlOHi
  —■a—gaga.—a
THE NORTHWESTERN
. BUSINESS  COLLEGE
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
Tlie school where shorough work is done; where the reas*;--;
is always given: where confidence is developed; where Boox-
CEEPiaG is Eat^hi esaaly as books are being- kept in bosoKss -
: where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is al   *-•
! best: where merit is the standard : where the training in Civil Service. Telegraphy, English and Cartooning wakes zz
students, develops their powers and teaches them     ho*."'.'  he
■i:.:zr<itt'..    Noar^rArr.en: is  so  eloquent as    the  rt-::*:   -
:hta^s weii done.   _No mortgage can corrupt,   bo  thie:*   -:-~.
: .--.■..-•. z'zr:: rh and steal the knowledge of How to Do.    Vi hen
you know what a Stbod zando for you by what it has done :•:*
others is it better to trust to luck ?   Is ft wi>er to guess ?
For detailed information call telephone
write
TH£ NORTHS ESTERS BtiSMESS COUEGC,
S09 Secocd Ave.. Spokane Wash.
j THE SCENIC LINE
Bxmm mt ut* tte u-^ ^,to, Cfltorarfa Swta43 ^ ^^ i-
woo^  ^wr, w^,.^   ^  >mo  ^^^
«8   «■ *«; su»ssa  ci*»9 c*a s£H*-tC*    ■   .
STOPOVERS   ALLOWEO
*c. Xc8«ioe, Gait.  ah.
IMTmtecr.  PORTrLANO, ORC.

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