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 i nu rkiyv/\i>^n,.
!xi, No. 26.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30,  1899.
$2.00 per Year.
JjjLEOD,
bistbr. Solicitor, Etc.
Midway, B. C.
5H0LSON,
_: Notary Public,
Il estate,
financial aoent
and MINING BROKER.
loKlNNEY, B.C.
Copper and Gold.
The Similkameen district is noted for
its ledges of Copper-Gold ores.
)r. R. Mathison,
 : DENTIST.
FLOOD  BLOCK   •   OREENWOOD.
West Fork of Kettle Hiver.
Important  Mining   Camps Requiring Mail Facilities.
R.C8HAW.
hallett & Shaw
■IRISTERS, SOLICITORS,
NoUriet PakUb
l*r*n-:"HAl_nT."
ii Rodford McNeill'*, Moreing _
Seals, talker's.
I WW 111. B.C.
Inwood Assay Oiee.
| J. C. Luckenbel, Prop.
Jyer  ar|d   Analytical
quality
:ors
and
and
Earnestly Desire Post Office Department to Act Promptly.
 m
The following is a copy of a petition
t<j the Hon. the Postmaster General
for the provision of mail facilities for
the West Fork of Kettle River, now
being signed in thrf district:
"We the undersigned heg to present
the following petition :
"Whereas there are tributary to
Beaverton, on the West Fork of the
Kettle River, in the Osoyoos Division
of Yale District of British Columbia,
T. Sliatford Si Co.
VERNON,   FAIRVIEW,   CAMP  McKINNEY   and  SLOCAN CITY.
Chemist.
.o.
proper)ie* Kx trained aad Report***) on.
| SUTHERLAND,
. . .  MIDWAY, B.C.
fARY PUBLIC.
(I KTOMS BROKEB,
COMMISSION AfiKM.
islomi entries passed.   Mineral Act
I Und Aet papers drawn up. Affl-
Hti taken.  Abstracts made,
nraunleatlons by mall er telephone
aptly attended le.
•>yv/v-*
Hotel Spokane,
££C££Seventh st- ■nidway-
H. HORAN, PROPRIETOR.
W. DALRYMPLE
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
ndi of Repairing.   Horseshoeing
A np«*cialy.
tKITIL
K. K. KKTCHl'.M.
.1TH& KITGHUM,
ESTATE
AND
MINING BROKERS
ng Properties   Examined  and
Reported oa.
IREENWOOD :   .B.C.
II-i'iow, M. A. H. A.Otmw. M. A.
GUESS BROS,
lists and Assayers
ouffhlr familiar with Kairview and
dary Creek Mineral Proportia*. Proper*
(summed.  Assays and AnalyH«i of Ores.
Klc
ORBRNWOOD, B. 0.
| Icllonnell.
R. M. McEntlre.
**r^>
IDonnell & HeEntire,
Mines and
Real Estate.
..nwood and Camp McKinney.
CK GREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH or ROCK CRRRK
f-Cl.*8g   ACCOMMODATION   mR  OUMTS.
GOOD STABLING
^™llort Klahlngon Kottlo Rlvor.JW
imereialJob Printing.
AT "TUB ADVANCE."
Quality and Price.
While W. T. Shatford & Co. are noted for the
price of the goods sold by them.    PROS PEC
MINERS   operating   in the Similkameen and surrounding
mining can-ps, would do well to outfit at one of our stores,
where everything is kept that is needed in the. mining business 	
Instead of buying outside, buy right at home and  so save! * m,n,heP"• """'"* "TT ,'" w*hioh
'    o |*-i IJU;  "r,"L 'ii   ikjiiic, -tnu    su  sd\L j „ml)y promising mineral claims  have
money, and this more particularly refers to prospectors going heen located and in which numerous
into the district above referred tO '  properties are under actual develop
ment:
"And whereas considerable capital
has already interested itself and more
promises to become interested in the
mineral locations in these camps :
"And whereas the development work
already done has lieen attended with
most encouraging results :
"And whereas the residential and
transient population of the neighborhood nf Beaverton runs up into the
hundreds :
"And whereas it is most important
for the rapid advaucement and development of the district that capitalists and mining experts visiting the
surrounding camps shall have proper
mailing facilities and quick communication with the outside world :
"And whereas the nearest Post
Office is situate al Rock Creek, a distance of 35 Ui 40 miles :
"Therefore your petitioners humbly
crave that this petition meet with
your careful consideration and that
you will take immediate steps to appoint a Postmaster at Beaverton and
to arrange for a reliable carrier service
for the transportation of mails thereto."
This petition urges the meeting of
A Real Need
and one that should not longer remain
unprovided for. Several months ago
the Post Office Inspector for the Mainland visited the West Fork and it was
thought by those chiefly interested
that the inauguration of a regular
mail service between Rock Creek and
Beaver Creek would soou follow the
visit of that official. But it did not,
so that to-day the mining camps up
the Main Kettle River and the West
Fork are entirely without mail coni*
iiiiiiiicition. It is not known locally
why no effective action was taken
shortly after the Inspector's visit, hut
it has heen suggested that earlier
representations to the department as
to the population and commercial importance of the district were some
what exaggeral ed aud misleading. Be
Ihis as it may the position to-day is
that there are several mineral claims
or groups of claims upon which development is either now being done or
arrangements are lieing made for it tn
Iw done right through  the  winter.
A new building, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
SIMILKAMEEN «-
Princeton 28 miles.
Fairview 30 miles.
Keremeos 15 miles.
15 Mile Creek.
Stable aod Store io GonneetioD.
The Riverside Hotel,
Is situated at Rock Creek, B.C.,  on   the  main finite of   travel
between Penticton -.nd all Boundary ("reek points.   Stopping
place for singes.
Good Fishing -:- Good Hunting-:- Best of Accommodation.
aaa,  Tttmaai
«•»
| - Midway Meat Market
K. A. MATTHES- Proprietor.
»»HM»»MMMMMMJ»MM»«»»»»»»^
TftSTSuhment customers can get choicest cuts of
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK and VEAL_	
Bell have also done a lot of prospecting
work on several of their claims, the
sale or 1 ling of which is not   likely
to be long deferred, so promising are
the showings opened up, On the
Washington and Idaho group buildings for the accommodation ofa dozen
men have lately been erected and supplies fur the provisioning of the miners
for several months and all requisite
mine stores have been got in, so that
there is no iloulit that those who have
recently taken bold of these claims,
with their unusually
Qood Showings of Ore,
intend to develop them, Negotiations
are now in progress for the sale, of
the two nther groups of claims named,
both of which have hud a lot of prospecting work done on them, and it is
confidently anticipated that ihese, too,
will give employment to men during
the winter. Then there are individual
prospects the owners of which have
signified their intention to work all
winter.
The fact that some of the men resident in the Beaverton district will
have their wives with them suggests
that they are tliere to stay for some
time, Others too are preparing for a
comparatively lung res deuce, with the
expectation that the district will grow
in importance and its imputation increase. That this expectation is a
reasonable one is well known to those
who are familiar with the district and
its prospects. It is known tbat prospecting will be continued and the sur*
rounding country be more thoroughly
examined, so it may be expected
that correspondence with the oflice of
the Mining Recorder tor the district in
particular will steadily increase. Then
there is the consideration, also an important one, of assisting residents in
these outlying camps to get in newspapers, the absence of which is usually
a positive deprivation to those whose
lot it is to live in isolated districts.
In the foregoing no account has
been taken of olher small settlements
or camps situate along the West Fork,
or up the Maiu Kettle river, which
would also lie served ina measure by
(he sending in of a weekly mail from
Rock Creek. There are though several of these. Iiis a pity ihut when
Mr. Hewitt Bostock, M. P., was in
Midway last week advantage was not
taken hy (hose who are actively iiiler-
esting themselves in this mail mutter
lo personally bring their needs in this
direction under his notice. Dnulilless
though he will be prepared to
heariily recommend the grant iug of
their pel it inn when he shall have received from them a copy of thai document which has been very generally
signed. Last year the Midway Business Men's Asv aviation
Did Qood Work.
for Ihe Wesl Fork and other upper
river camps in the direction of securing a substantial appropriation for the
huildingof the wagon road now in
course of construction. Unfortunately
no such useful organization is now in
active existence, else could ils services
be secured in urging ihe provision of
tbe much-needed mail facilities. In
the absence of combined elfm't it is still
ipetito the residents of thistown to use
The conditions therefore are now such
that provision should at once he made. Iheir individual influence in support of
for at least a weekly mail, so that the the youngerand less favoi ed district to
expenditure of capital in this very j the north-west, and it ts to lie hoped
promising district may be fostered. that this will be promptly and re idlly
Taking the townsites of either! dune. The Beaverton people are
BMverton or Rendell-these being hut; willing to bear one half the cos. of the
amile.or perhaps two miles ftp«rt-P>'0P'>8ed mail service, so itsho.ild not
there are within-radius of Ave or six l-e very diffic.it, if all concerned
miles several mining properties upon interesl themselves in the matter, to
which men will be employed continu! induce the IW Olllce department U
from now on,   Some of these; hear the olher.
m -  - XC.e__--K-_._-a.-bov ontlvu j»x*.*i*i1mc*b*   ■
Therefore Meats are always fresh and sweet    Call and get a good joint
for dinner to-day.
^^^^mm_________9^B
•t*mTC*fcc*fcti%*ctcv
p_i mm
ously
have
Come Into Prominence
since the Post Office Inspector visited
the neighborhood, so that the circumstances of the situation to-day more
urgently call for the careful consideration and attention of the Post Office
department.  Among the properties to
nnd
Will he do it?
The Columbia & Western extension
of the Canadian Pacific, from Rohson
to Penticton, has been completed ino
Greenwood, in the Boundary Creek
district. From Grand Forks, on '.he
completed part of the line, thedistatice
to Republic is only 85 miles over a
"[Olid   wagon   road   of   easy    grades.
 Is now open with a Stock of
CIGARS, FANCY GOODS,
ETC.
AH the Leading Magazines KepUnJnnd.^ ^ ^ ^^
Thos. Walker, Prop.
Seventh Street,
Midwity,
B.C.
which reference  is  made above n
upon which it is stated development I fi"   ... .     .   . ,, , ■ .
i,      ...   , .,       ,    ,    .       „     Me-chuiidlsr-  can   be  freighted  from
work will  be continued   during the the (janadlan Pacific to Republic at
winter now at hand  are  the  Carmi j lower rales lhan   from the Spokane
group, the group owned  by  Messrs. Falls & Northern branch of the Great
Wallace and Bell,  the   Washington i N<»'*•■*■••• to Republic.
,... !.     ...    ..   ,",,  i    As a result, a part of the traffic into
and Idaho group, the Atlantic Cable RupuhHe is Roing  over tbe Canadian
group, tlte Mountain Belle group, HI In  Pacific, and bonding privileges  have
1,  Knob  Mill,   King    Solomon   and ■ recently been acquired  by
others,   The Carmi group is uiuler a
__^__^__, thnt company, which makes it a troublesome
^^^^^^__^^^^^^^^^__ competitor for the (Ireat Northern,
lately-renewed bond to mining men,; Customs Collector Huestis of this slale
also operating in the Coeur d'Alenes, lis now in the compel It ive district, cora-
whn are almut to resume work, men | plrtlnu the details of the bond.ngar-
i'iingement.
andsuppliesliavingbeeii sent ^^I^B^pne'inove, and one move only,
week. The influx of water met with
la-fore a suspension of work took place
demonstrated the necessity for the
provision of pumping appliances, and
these are, it is stated, U> lie sent in
shortly, notwithstanding that no road
has yet lieen made nver about 25 miles
of the distance,   Messrs. Wallace and
Mr.'Hill can checkmate the Canadian
Pacifli—namely, build his projected
railroad into Republic camp, It is
well understood in railway and con*
tractor circles that Mr. Hill hasdecided
upon this construction, and recent
developments in Republic have been
of a naltire in strengthen that resolution,— "Spokesman- Review."
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Published   wookly   at Midway,  B. C.
Subscription 1-rice, f 2.00 per milium, payable
In advance, either yearly or half-yearly at the
option of tho subsnrilwr.
upuoi, or uio sutworibor.
Advertising Itutos sent on application.
inoiign the column, of Tiik Advanck arc
al way a open for tlie discussion of mailers of
public Interestand importance wo do not hoc*
nei-Hnlyondorsc any it lho opinions expressed.
I orioyoiidccoofa personal nature will not be
published,
MONDAY. OCTOBER 30, 181)0.
In another column attention indirect*
ed to the absence »f mail communication wiih the West,   Fork  of   Kettle
River.   This 's a matter that may well
have  the renewed attention  of Ihe
Post   Office department.  A   strong
and united representation  from   Midway might have a good effect.    Another mail need   that might   well be1
urged is I hat. of a daily mail for Midway.   With a stage passing thiongh
the town on six days a week it should
not be difficult, if the question were
kept constantly before the authorities
and the  Dominion representative   of
the district, to secure this additional
convenience.
If il be Inu* that the  C. P.   R. Co.
has decided before completing the road
to Midway to Hrst lay the rails along
the  branch lines  to  several   mines
which are ready  to commence shipping ore lo tbe company's smeller at
Trail, whilst llu* consequent short delay is disappointing it need not necessarily takeall the wind out of I hesails of
this progressive town.   There are nnw
more residents in   the town and the
aggregate of business done in it isinuch
greater than at earlier stages in  its
history, so it needs hut united action to
ensure the forward movement, being
continued.
Slowly re-appointments as Justices
of Ihe Peace of many of those whose
commissions  were cancelled   several
Prom Mr. J. H. McFailane, resident
business manager for the Montreal-
Boundary Creek Mining Oompany,
owning the Sunset group of mineral
claims, in Deadwood camp, it was
lately ascertained that preparations
are being made at the Sunset mine for
extensive systematic development of
the property,   Mention was made in
last week's Advance of the fact that  	
si'ven carloads of machinery for this | relating chiefly to I
mine are expected to arrive shortly,
A carload of cement, etc., from Vancouver is also coining in.   The foiinda
tions for the machinery   are  alioiit
completed, and the pipe line to bring
water in a distance of aboui. 2UW) feet
frem Deadwood Creek, is excavated.
A system of water-works is to lie put
iu so that water may la, stored in a
large lank at a sufficiently high elevation to give a good pressure for use
in case of Are as well as for ordinary
purposes,   A nice cottage residence is
being erected at the mine for the mine I
manager, Mr. Henry Johns and the
bunk and l-oanling houses and other
mine buildings are being renovated
and enlarged.   Some 17 men are just
now employed,  hut  after   tho machinery shall have been installed the
numher will la> increased to ahout 40.
The different excavations nnd railway-grade cuttings have    disclosed
large ore showings near the surface.
The  Sunset was represented at the
Spokane Exposition by some fine specimens of ore.   Development work on
the property is to be in the direction of
deepening the main shaft and drifting
on  the different  levels.    The main
shaft now down 182 feet vertically is
being enlarged and timbered and it
will be the policy of the management
to continue sinking with the object of
eventually reaching the 1000-foot level.
 a-*s	
Tub Advanck acknowledges receipt
of the Statistical Year-Hook of Canada
for 18B8, issued by the  Department of
Agriculture, Ottawa.   This very useful publication, is edited and compiled
by the  Dominion   Statistician,   Mr.
George Johnson, F, S, S.   It is iu two
parts, the first being a record of things
and events, and the second an abstract
of statistical and other information,
relating chiefly lo lbe Dominion.   Asi
an example of its statistical contents
thefollowingflgtiresnre quoted asshow-
ing the value of the gold production in
Canada hy provinces since 18(12.   The
Year-Honk details the  production of
each individual year but only the totals
for the S7 years are here given s—
Ontario «   702,012
North*West Territories :-
Yukon  14,««,50O
Saskatchewan District     247,010
Quebec       2T2,85_
British Columbia     ffl.-MH.MIO
Nova Scotia    13,!W7,„«
'n Fall and
CJothin/ "*'
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We guarantee to ^
-We are not i„ ,)lls *
ftia,b«ttokeep)aild ,-
o"'1 premises nnW&i
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«87,2H,U70
The production of the Year Hook hns
evidently involved a large amount of
painstaking effort—how much very
few of its readers will realize. They
will though in a greater or less degree
appreciate the general usefulness and
value of the results arrived at.
NOTICE.
SKA LED TKNHKHH will he receive-! by tbe
Hon. the Chief Conuniiwioner of lands
nnd Works np to ,m in of Wednesday. Uth
November, for thc purchase of I_t Wl.Uroup I,
OHoyous Division of Yale Districl, containing
i» acres, more or lass,
Kach tender must be accompanied by a eertl-
fled bank cheque, made payable lo the order of
Ihe iinrtcrsignnl, equal lo the amount of purchase money tendered, and also by separate
manufactured in Canada, and will^uiTev ^'P
purse, whether in working clothes, SundaHj
or for every-day wear. } ®*
If you are not satisfied
You can have your money bai
The Midway Trading Compi
J* R* JACOBS, Manager
 9************^
The Provincial Mineralogist's Visit.
The following press despatch  has
lieen sent out from Giand Porks: Mr.
   ........™   several  W. F. Robertson, Provincial Mineral
mouths since are being made.   Mid' -*-<-<■ *--•
way, in this respect, has been and
seemingly is slillheing most persistently neglected, both by the member for
the dislrict, Mr. James M. Martin, and
.., ._oi mineralogist, has completed a two weeks' lour
of the Boundary country, inspecting the principal mining properties
and taking notes of the general
development of the district.   The  re
,  vwnr-ch   ine re
by the government. About Ave suits will la* published in his forthcom
months ago Mr. Martin promised lo j„g annual report. Mr. Robertson
h»i..~ •' ** - *    *
,,       .......... -iiiiiinseu   to
bring the ma'.ter to the  notice of the
Attorney-General but if he then did
so he look no pains to see that, the
reasonable teqiiirements of ihis town
and neighborhood  in this  direction
were provided for.   The present. Attorney General has also been appealed
lo, but in the absence of any evident
genuine interest in   the matter, notwithstanding his later promises, being
taken by the local member, (he minister does not appear inclined to lake
action either.   It is singular that Midway, which gave Mr. Martin and Ihe
government almost solid support at the
last election, should be thus shabbily
and    undeservingly   treated.    Local
electors are learning that even   the
most ordinary requirements of justice
are apparency not to be provided for
unless some new political gain is to accrue to lhe member for the district, and
through   him  to   the   government.
This certainly will not '"nd to lbe retention of the loyal support of   the
electors of Midway and vicinity.
Visit of Hon. F. Carter-Cotton,
Hon. F. Carter-Cotton, M, P. P.,
Finance Minister and Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, paid a hurried visit to the district last Saturday.
He was unahla to remain any length
of time having an engagement to meet
President Shaughnessy of the 0. P. R.
Co. at Revelstoke on Wednesday next.
Mr. Cotton met the Greenwood Board
of Trade on Saturday afternoon and
talked over with that liody several
matters of local interest, among others
being public school affairs and the road
to Central ramp. The Midway Town-
site Agent also had a talk with bim
upon several subjects in whichMidway
is interested. Mr, Cotton left on his
outward trip on Sunday morning, in
company with Mr. A. W. Ross, of
Columbia, who drove him over the
mountain from and to that town.
 »	
Patriotic Outburst at Montreal.
There was a great outburst of patriotic feeling on the Montreal Corn Exchange on October 12th.   Mr. W.  VV,
Ogilvie acted as spokesman, and called
upon Mr. E. A. Mumford, City Freight
Agent of the Grand Trunk, who sang
"Rule Britannia" in Grand style.   His
performance electrified  the audience
which crowded   the Exchange at 1
o'clock, and with ench successive verse
the enthusiasm increased.   The audience joined in the chorus and the effect
was splendid.   "God Save the Queen"
was next called for, and Mr. Mumford
again led off the patriotic melody.   At
thu close three tremendous ringing
cheers were given, and the members,
feelinir.jh.it ■!«.«■•"■ *
'he   Parliament    * n Mieved
"da. OdnS! in„ t **?!** °' 0ttn"
feeling that theyW d0^~r8' ■»« °' °tt*"«£L£_ ^
returned to their less S,. *' her *mit n»»»«l reZ"' ' ttnd
tious-Exchange.      *"*** ttV0Cft- ^^^^uSSS   "T
of the empire. "po,tHnl Portion
..,....,, mr. »ooerison
first went up Ihe north fork nf Kettle
River, and visited the Pathfinder,
Volcanic, Diamond Hitch, War Cloud
and olher leading properties. From
there he crossed to , Eholt, I hence lo
Long Lake, the Mother Lode and Morrison, out to Copper Camp, and then
Itark to Grand Foi ks by way of Phoenix and Central Camp.
The mining development being carried on in all parts of ihis section he
regarded as most satisfactory,   and
said ihal for Ihe systematic and energetic manner iu which it is being car-
lied on it   compared  favorably wilb
any of the newer districts he had visited.   The ore bodies of the Boundary,
he added, are so vast it takes an enormous amount of development tn make
I hem even well developed  prospects.
He was well  pleased with lbe character of I he work carried on in Long
Lake,   Greenwood    and Welliugton
camps.
There is nn enormous amount of
capital seeking investment in tbe district, but according to Mr, Robertson
the high prices at which properties aie
being held bavedone much to deterrap
italists from investing. "If piospevtors
would accept, anything like reasonable
prices for their properties," declared
Mr. Roliertsoii,"there is no reason wby
a million or so of dollars should not be
invested in this vicinity within a short
time. But when a man naks$&0,0U0or
WHfttl for a claim which has no development outside of a prospect hole or
two, tt is pretty hard for an expert to
advise ca pi i a lists lo invest Iheir money.
The risk is too great."
Mr. Robertson added that the Jewel,
in Long Like camp, a proper! v of
which little has been heaid, gave promise of liecoming a big uiine. It was
refreshing, he. said, to see Ihe management carrying out work so economically and systematically.
Mr. Robertson lakes a conservative
view of I he situation. "Theoresof tbe
Boundary, generally speaking, are low
grade," he said in conclusion. "Essentials must nol. lie lost sight of. Witb
economy in management, cheap
freighl charges, economical and tbe
most improved methods of treatment
will insure Ihu payment of dividends."
 ma-*	
Progress of Canada Unexampled.
It Is reported thai Sir Charles Topper, at the annual luuiquet nf the
Wondbiidge fair, replying to the toast
of"lheHou8e of Commons and P*«*-
  ..........  ii-niicreii. and also bl
cerlitled cheques fnr $110 and fill) to cover
the cost of Improvements which have been
made by the rival claimants of tho land.
Their cheques will be returned lo unsucrem
ful competitors.
W.8.GORK,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands k Works,
lands and Works Department,
Victoria. BO., 2trd October. IMS.
Mineral Aet 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
Verj
Chambers & Co.
toilers ii Shelf and Heavy Hirta-i.
PAINTS,   OILS, STOVES, TINWARE
I
: Jobbing Tinsmiths and Plumbers:-
Dominion,  Faikvikw, a. D. A. and Duck
Hawk Minehal Claims.
Sltuats  in the Osoj-oos Mining Division of
Yale District   Whsrs loeated : In Camp
Fairvlew.
3"AKK NOTICK that I. CharlesdeRGreen.
as agent for the Dominion CansoiidaUst
Ines, Limited .fro* miner's oertiflcaU, No. aSS_
Intend, slitjr darn from the date hereof, lo
apply lo Ihe MIiihik Recorder for a I ertiflcate
of Improvement*, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Oram of the sbove claim.,.
And further take notice tbat action under
section 37 must be commenced before tbe lssuanoe of such Certificate nf Improvementa
Dated this 2Mb dar et October, IBM.
CHA8, MB.0BEICK,
ACETYLENE
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ynU'   taking th. kadev-rywhm i
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We solicit the patronage of the public, and trust by
mg, and right prices, to merit your confidence
^ail orders receive our prompt
Certlflcte  .f^mpro-em.nt..
Oold Di-st ahd Lim* Gold Uvwr Minkhal
Claims.
Situate In tha Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yalo iHitrijet.   Whsrs located : Inter
Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK that I. Chao. deBlols Orccn
osoKcnt fnr Oeoi-go A.Kmtel, free miner's
certlflcate No. IJ7H7A, ami for Wm. Keller, free
miners eertis—*-"-  ~ '   '
-J. L TERRY'S..,
New Store on Seventh Street, Mi
wil
wel
— ......Miff ne*
.„.»»■ mr ■ con meat* of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Orant of the
above claims,
And further take notice that action, under
seetion   .17, must  bo commenced before the
issuance of such nertifloste of improvementa
Dated this Mb dar of October, 1*9.
CHA8. nrllUHH OREKN.
The Cellar.
Sinks, (tart-age lioxes and Cesspools
need attention now. Sometimes sick
ncss in the *-immei$Donths is due to
look of disinfectants. Be on the safe
side-use CltKOMN now.
»»«cacid„Tre;„.nlrth,h'0,,»bo«-
Is now nearly completed and
shortly be opened   with   a
assorted stock of
GENERAL   MERCHANDISE]
Including a fine
LINE IN NEWEST MILLINERY.
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTINC
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also MsoT
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed kf
E. Nash j Co.. Midway and Greenwood!
In addition lo ils use as a general dis*
Infectant, CUKOLIN Is an agreeable
deodoriser for the sick room.an effective
home remedy for burns, cuts and other
hurts; and a useful application in treating skin tilcmlshesand parosftkdiMases
of animals.
Spokane Falls
**& Northern,
Three table spoonfulls of CltKOMN
mlxi.il with a gallon of water makes a
good disinfectant.
MILLER BROS
DRUGGISTS andJEWELBBS
OREENWOOD,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
Spokane,   Rossland
■nd Nelson...
THE CANADIAN]
Bank of
COMMERCI
Head Office: Torontft
ESTABLISHED'"'
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PAID-UP CAPITAL
REST,
[six Mii.i.n
N DOl.I.AR-yJ
CommeFeial Job Ppjntjnir
AT'THKADVAN0E! 6*
DAILY TRAINS,
OOISO NORTH
'4,m'n  '"A«<™ ll.uk.an
PaeiAe Coast Points.
M?poTnu! ,0 Hnd a" K"°«e**ay
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»■■*«■» d2l? W,nnect *l Marcs
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President \l
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This Bunk Im*. I iM'I'i'r1""'
Branches of any bunk in C^n
nifciiries at New York, <-lii-"J|
Orleans, Skngwn)' nnd V0^
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Aceoun'lBi»fOorp,ir»ii{"1';'(jS
and Individimls rsi'i'ivro ""
terms. ,   ■
DMftB(_omrat'rrliil*>»JJJ,li
lort' Credits and UlitiiUf-™*"
O.I-.AT. A.
inui i
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■ted I
iiviiiliiltlc in nny .
Approved NotPa
tions made. ,  ,
A K«neral   Bnllking W"
Booted. ,o
GREENWOOD BRAS (it High Our Flag.
imll, flag, and let It Haunt
every liiwMI
, to cheer, our foes to^auuj),
that rules I he- .tens.
|lwl proudly swept Ihe wave,
Lir)*s shores did guard;
jeis true and Bailors brave,
ill our foes regard,
hg that chased from   sunny
aiu
Rules of Bonaparte,
fts on land imd hialn
-vast, and still Ihou art.
he I'liiiiis of Waterloo,
[at flerce fight was won,
Lv soldiers' heads it iiev*.!
[lied Napoleon.
L that waved on Alum's hill,
id loo, atlnkeriiiau:
British bravery sent a thrill;
{ugh every pulse °' Ulttn.
■hcIiivii's Hlood stained Held
(lories did nol fade,
. Briiish pluck made  thousands
field,
rn charged the Light Brigade.
lug waved high amidst the hell
; raged in Hindooslan,
I maidens' fair and soldiers fell
,.y lo treacherous mail.
•ypt's mys'.ic laiid'tis now
hie ou to victory;
11' countless hosts still Imw,
1 cruel tyrants Uee.
L'er thai Hag its brilliant folds
Its forth unto the bree/.c,
light of freedom il unfolds;
loraiice 'fore it flees.
Id ii ish soldier's still as brave
etc those heroes bold;
|Biiii*.li tars still rule the wave,
nl Britain's rights uphold,
st aloft our colors bright,
ml keep i heiii snaring high;
(eld by British pluck and might,
fur   Union   Flag shall Ilv.
M. J. DlJNIIAH 0ATB8,
In Toronto" Woi Id.
 e* a	
A dividend-.mying properly is an
effective advertisement of the resources and possibilities of any mineral
territory, lt proves an Irresistible attraction for Investment in properties
in lhe vicinity, One profitable mine
is n stronger aigumeiii than ten gaudy
limspccniscH. - Seiiltle    "I'ost-liilclli.
gencer."
The American people, as a whole,
warmly sympathize with ihe cause uf
I'liiglinil and are firmly antagonistic
to tin* Hours, whose tyranny, inUgtiv-
eminent and ohstinnte adherence in
illibeiul oligarchic ideals, worthy nf
the worst period of the Middle Ages,
they neifecily comprehend, -Uos-Und
'Miner."
Mr. William Ti Sleail of lhe 'lleview
of Reviews" cm,Itl iml bnlefl mil of the
Transvaal controversy, mi In- sent a
number uf editor* lii*^ brochure, "Sha.1l
MIDWAY THE BEAUTIFUL.'
■—•♦—
A brief History of Midway and
a Summary of its Advantages.
A Picturesque Townsite Affording
Special  Inducements for
Business and Residence
Purposes.
Itis very generally admitted that
■Midway is Ilie best natural site f„r n
town in tho Boundary district,  li was
l'"1'1 'l.v known as Eholt's, after the
original precnipior of the Lmd.   It
Has purchased I'roin  Mr,  L,,  Kholl iti
IKWbyCapt, H. (!, Adams, of M
tfeal,   P,   Q., uud   several
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icial.es.
I slay My Brrilher Boer ?" One edtlni I Tlie orfglhal'laj^site Was platted iu
replied: "Whal in heaven's name. 18fly hy Messrs. JCli-k _ Ritchie, pro-
have I in do wilb viiirfaiiiiiyiilV.iiis j-"P'm'i,'li I"1"! BtifvOynrs, now of Ross*
A nol her responded!   'Hy iiil  means,
if he insist upon It,1'—Michaiige,
Mr. Geo, II. McAulay, the Bonanza
King ol Cainp McKinney, whu is enjoying ihe third large furlf-iie he has
made In mini's, luis leased fm 20 years
10,000 acies of land on the picturesque
ciiasl of northern Scotland, lie has
stocked ii wlih sljetfp, He will spend a
few iniiiitlis each year un Ibis property,
fishing and shooting, —Vancouver
"World."
"Said a local merchant the other
day, 'Have you noticed the line advertisement I bave iml nn lhe fence west
of the town Y ' 'No,' replied the ciisln-
mer, 'imt if yuu will send the fence
round to my house some
read it over and see what, yuu are dealing in. Fact is, I'm reading newspapers and don't get much time.tti
study li neeology. "—Exchange..
The Grand Trunk reporl for the
half year is eminently satisfactory .to
the stockholder, Pari of it is devoted
to ibe text of the agreement with the
Governiuenl wilh regard to the Inter*
I land.   The town was named Boundary
• 'by, bin us another place had already
1 n  similarly  mil 1  a  new name
bad in lie found for ihis town bsfore
registration could be secured. Oapt.
Adams eventually decided upo.n I In-
im.iiieof Midway fnr lhe reason that
ilu- lown is sinuic illiimtj midway in
! Hritish fiiliimbla I.cIh n the Rocky
Mountains artd ine I'acilic Ocean, The
! first Townsile Agent was the late Mr,
11. P, Paluierslon mid the first sale of
I luls was made  in  181)3 to  Mr.  John
Douglas, who still resides in the town.
A Picturesque Townsite.      ,
Midway certainly   is a tmist picltir-
esipie anil beiuliful sile  for a town.
il.i» i~"»uiIOcciipyinB*l*rtj%&,'level plain at the
ciinlliii'iice of   Boundary (,'ieek wilh
Keltic Hiver aiid at the nieeling place
of Ibice valleys, with the intervening
mountains rising around it, it commands ge ui admiration.  But the
advantages that, attach l oils singularly
favorable local inn arc not scenic alone,
for, lying in the only natural pass
through lhe mouniaius east and wesl
Dominion of South Africa.
Press  cablegram   from    London
s that Great. Britain's Immense
■ititry    pre'pariti ions'    against    tbe
|ii;iiiii.uni South African republics
! viewed with considerable curiosity
n|„e of the  Buropeiiti   capitals. | tim,
My'/Paris  'and    Si.iVteis'nug
s have lieen exchanged
Bijcct and it is even hin'ed in
^Itpiarlers thai liit|iiliii'S «ill  be ad
•d lo the Hritisbliovernnieiit as lo
■ absorption of ibe twn republics by
■ British empire.   Tbe press loiii^lit
iiniinies   that   the    government's
lilicy is   lo   terminate    the    war
the speediest  manner  after the
bus ai  Pretoria  and  Johannesburg the Provim
e been raised, and then io prumul* | Conservatlv
uie by order of the Queen-in-Oouni il
I new constitution for a group of five
'deral stales, Cape Colony, Transvaal,
Natal, the Orange Free StJtte and Hho
esia, under the title of the  Doniinion
If Sum h Africa, ihe  Orown to noun
hale a Governor-General, and.the live
plates having power each to elect ils
own    Lieutenant-Governor, and   lo
lave  legislatures,   with  a Dominion
p'arliiunent  lo  meet  at    Capetown.
[Willi some modifications, the .scheme
[Is based upon lines similar to those of
(he Canadian government,
—. .*, f*	
lo liecoiue an important  poinl  on the
chief highway through the districl',
Here meet three  main   wagon  roads
'"""•  which come  in  from   tne  Okanagan
fm a long distance, it appears destined
colonial and (he other part  shows
nel  lliipi'iiveuienl of   1129,752.    I'.issi-i
gerTeceipli*.Impf-oved£60,988 aud il
fieiglu carried Increased +10,807
while'the  avbrage  rate per  ton Pwlppuul^andCaiup McKinney on the
mile was lowered fi .06 lo  .68  of a I Wl,a.( .iie nulling camps of the Colville
cent.   General Manager Uaysseeuist^h^j^^^-ij^.pj, tB? suulll| „„„
be saving lhe sbatcho'ilcis'about  four | t_* e*rt*Wv„fjrfli of mineral bearing
bis nniiii.ll  salary. - Toronto . ,.im|l|ry   ,u„,prisi,i|'   the   Boundary
yeniUKSlar." : .. , Cicrk district tyjtlg inunediatelylo the
'ti I he I    The absence of distuu-live   lines bflhoflb*.  \\nre, tft'o, for some lithe will
finofli- iiiivisuin between lhe parties of British -hi*'I In* ler'minits'of lbe .Columbia and
' I
Coliiniliia makes each inan'a party of! Western'railwayimw nearlycoiiipleted
bis own, He is responsible only Utt, and which will'give rail connection
himself, and a*a result bis policy is to' with the Vvwtenay and thence north-
better his own condition, irrespective j wards to thV C. P. R, mnin line or east-
of the interests ol'the Province gen-1 wards via the' (Vow's Nesl railroad,
erally. if l,ho dividing lines thrtl plv- ■ And when cuuipetlng railways shall
vail in the Dominion were cirried info come in ii .wili,he here thai a road from
Midway has for years been lhe chief
'own of ih,. Kettli* Kiver Mining Division in nu official sense.   Here have
'""l*'1' i locivied the district offices of
the Provincial Government, so that
all 1'ininess with Hie Mining Recorder,
llu' ()l y Court Registrar and the
Registrar of Marriages hus to be transacted here. The Dislrict dimmer uml
ibe I nivmciitl Chief Constable both
reside In  Midway,  where is,  too,  the
oldest Public School and lhe only Customs Hoijsh In Hie district. Here, too,
ii course unofficially came, in August
I8DI, Jltl'l ADVANCB, lhe Hist newspaper published in tbe Boundary dis
trict,
Much more might be added to show
that the town Is a desirable one from
both an invest ment mul a residence
point bf. view, It has promising mineral I'lMOUlCOB.I.n lis iniuieiliiile  neigh
hoiluiiiil awaiting development)as a
smeller site ii. has many advantages i
it. offers mi er attractions lo the
sporl.sinan iu good fishing and shoot ing
uinl In the winter tha skating ami
sleighing arc so good us to be unrivalled anywhere else in ilie district,
Close by the town land is available
for small holdings, in lols of froni one
acre In five or six acres and obtainable
on  liberal   deferred-pay nl.    terms.
Some nf these are already in cultivation and enjoy the ad vantage of having
a   local Irrigation  system  to assisi I
growth.   These s II holdings canhelgflgS
pin chased from The Midway Ci inpany, I ... '.','
Ltd., which also sells lown lots—boihl "•■'!,)
business and  resilience—at reasonable  t%,'..W
prices iiiid on easy terms ul payment jffiffin
l'lle town is growing commercially, I'MSvgV
too, numerous business nnd trades be- ^f?.hy
ing either already represented or about ^.W
lo lie. Altogether Midway is worthy (K'tSj1
of the attention of those seeking a /?.•$}
local ion for eil her business or residence tt .'zz.
purposes', whilst to investors it offers ttheYj
special inducements, lot prices lieing
slill low and Ihe town having a bright
and promising future before it.
We
Print
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|| and in the most
ll approved style
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LETTER IIE ADS
BILL HEADS
NOTE HEADS
ENVELOPES
STATEMENTS
POSTERS
BUSINESS CARDS
CALLING CARDS
PUHLIC OFFICES.
s going west close aboui 2:30 p,   QftoS
lTuesiiavs.Tbursdaysanil Sat* | "zj!''
m
; either the Liberal  oi
parly would be rrspotlsi
ble ful- the legislation enacted by either
side in the local house, Nelson ' Economist."
An extended trip made recently from
Peach and through i.i the Similkameen district has convinced Ml'- Pi'ice
Ellison  M   P-  P..  thai  tile proposed jadap'cd thcmselvesl. more permanent.
wagon road from P.-achland to Prince* conditions than now prevail Midway
,„! onlv a feasible  undertaking,   «ill  beeoine.
Spokane via Republic and another
.I'ioiii ihe Coluu bin Biver iiplheAnieri-
c;in UkjiniitfJin via the Palmer Mounlain and Meyeis Cnek mining districts,
will jiincjinn, These important na-
tural advantages therefore appear to
warrant the! expectation that when
Hade    and   population    shall    have
EXCHANGE CUPPINGS.
Canadians can be depended upon to
; do their full duty to the mother conn
try when she is in trouble.—Nelson
"Tribune."
A Condon Press despatch to the
Toronto "Globe" states that the Im
portal war office is making iinpiirics
for Canadian hay.
What the Boers do not know of Britain's might ihey are about to lie
taught. They will probably get if In
the Nek.—Toronto "Evening Star."
The fact that in response to n call I'm
1000 Canadian volunteers 12,000 applications were received shows thai there
is not much question as to the loyally
of the Doniinion.—Spokane "Spokesman-Review."
The Kootenays and the Boundary
are viewed by tbe government too
much as a source of revenue and not
properly recognized when it conies to
making appropriations.—Grand Forks
"Daily Gazette."
With Sunday closing movements
and various other reforms being inaugurated throughout the surrounding country, the west is rapidly losing
itswildness and its woolliness.-Spokane "New West Trade."
Advices received by the Hon, Mr.
Mulock, Postmaster-General, state t hat
Cape Colony has considered if necessary to adopt penny postage, thus
making two cents the rate to all Brit
l»h South Africa.-Exchan«e,
toll IS I
imt is ji road ibjit could !>o imilt with
greal cheapness,   Tbe grades are easy, |
the latter half of the-If miles between
ilie two points passing over llll   almosl
level section where a rond can he con-:
sir lilted at an extremely small cost,
Mi. Ellison feels more loan ever assured ibat this is the proper outlet for
Ihu Princejon district, by way of ok-
anagui Lake.—Vernon "News."
The Council of lhe L mdon Chamber
of Commerce has recently issued a circular to nearly 250 commercial associ
aiious within the Umpire, Inviting
them I" send represeutatlvi s to a con*
•tress to bo '"'''' '" l-"lll,"M '" •l,mi''
p.iii i. for the discussion of topics of
i to all who desire lo favor the
_ of jnter-BritUh trade. Prom'*
mong the subjects to be toiufld*
■,. the commercial relations bt*
lhe Molher Country and her
is and dependencies, lutercolont-
ul trade relations, foreign and colonial
bounties, foreign competition, etc,
Abundant opportunity will ibus.be af
forded lo merchants l""" ,l11 t,;"'ls "''
the Empire to state their views on
preferential trade' Toronto "World."
The profit of the Briiish pnsl olllce
last year was aboui $2(),'000,000.
are nol surprised therefdn
that the I'ostniiislei'-Cenei'.il is considering a pioposii
penny telegrapta
sixpence for
A Distributing Centre
for a wide area of country, including
! some ot the mining camps of Boundary
Creek, those of   upper  main   Kettle
j Hiver  and  ils numerous tributaries,
Calip McKinney, and those in Northern Washington south to Republic in
one direction and souih-wesl through
'Meyers Creek lo Painter Mountain in
I another,   Being on Ihe Ketlle Hiver
m,d   as   well, centrally siinaied for
POST OFFICE-
MailS goi
in.on Tuesuays, i iiursaay
iirdays ; going east   tin   Sundays, j f$fj$
Wednesdays and Fridays at abuut 15^;$
11:80 a. in,
P.O. Money Order Office.
Edward A Haiti, Postmaster,
CUSTOMS OFFICE-
Office  hours I) a in  to I p 111 ;
Sal iirdays 1) a m to 1 p in.
H. Oardoin, Acting .Sub-Collector.
MINING RECORDER'S OFFICE-
Office hours 0 a m lo 12:% noon,
aud 1:80 p in to 1 p m ; Saturdays
0 a in lol p m.
Wiii (I McMynn, Recorder for the
Kellie Itiver Mining Division,
COUNTY COURT OF YALE-
•    Wm Ward Spinks (Vernon) .lodge.
W111O McMynn (Midway) Regis*
tin? and Clerk of the Peace.
A G Peinberton (Ducks) Sheriff,
G B Tuvlor (Greenwood) Deputy
Sheriff
SUPREME COl'IIT  COMMISSIONERS-
J P McLeod and Win G McMynn,
Commissioners    for   Inking affidavits within Briiish Columbia.
PROVINCIAL POLICE-
Win G  McMynn (Midway) Chief
Constable for Southeast Yale with
constables stationed as under :
Cascade City, 1) J Darraugh,
(irand Forks, 1 A Dihsinore,
Midway, Geo Cunningham,
Camp McKinney, Chas Winter,
Fail-view, J R Brown,
DISTRICT CORONER-
Dr ll W Jakes, M D, C M, Coroner
for Ketlle River and Grand Forks
Mining Divisions.
REGISTRY OF MARRTAGES-
Wm G McMynn, Registrar.
PUBLIC SCHOOL-
A A McPhail, Teacher.
BOUNDARY    CREEK    LICENCE
DISTRICT- , ,     ,
E Jacobs (Midway) and T W Cole
nian(Trail).LicenceConiniissioners.
I'l .1 Darraugh, Chief Licence Inspector. All Provincial Constables
are Licence inspectors. Regular
meetings of Board on June 16 and
Dec.15; special meetings when ever
called by Chief Inspector.
BLANK FORMS
of any kind,
TO?
BILL OF SALE
$|| forms for Mineral Claims
SURVEYORS'
affidavit forms fcr field
notes, etc., etc.
TO?
A Trial Order Solicited.
AdDBKSS :—■
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8   Tke/UVance,
®r$ MIDWAY, B. C
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC RY.
UMilillfactliring   purposes,    tl
should NOTARIES PUBLIC-
III
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min
eventually secure an important and increasing iiuiiiiil'iicliiriiig connect ion,
ilie more so since having railway tian-
sportalion 'facilities, il will bu practicable lo bring In materials for industrial
MSi-siit lo" fnight. lilies'. The fact
thnl th" Canadian PaclHc Railway
Coinpany is interested (oaconsiderahle
"xieni in the lown and immediate
viciuilv is an additional advantage in
iis favor, since il assures lo the town
the influence and support of that
powerful conipany, which has already
expressed it!1 intention to make Midway ,1 divisional point and lhe junction
„f two branch 1 oilways.
As a residence town Midway stands
■,]pue in the Boundary Creek districl.
No other town In  the dislrict   can
honestly clfthli to enjoy similar ndvnn-
|.1},0K from a health point  of view.
I ,„  Introduce three-1 With n dry '"''"-''"B atmosphere, an
ha present rale is | abundiinl supply of p«« water, favor
,(, „.01.ds,   There w not  ablesanilarv conditions, an entire al.
IdmibMiHitir I he.Govern* .,.,„,. of con'.agiotis   diseases, ample
mom for nul-iloor   sports,   and level
mads fm- riding, driving, cycling, etc.,
i, is wiibout doubt
Unequalled as a Residence Town
aUy wherein the dislrict.   Por (ami*
lies-there are the further requisites of
a skilled resident physician,a thorough
|y v,ell.i|iia!ilh'd
resident clergyman
Wc
to not ice
Forbes M Kerby, .1 P McLeod,Win
(I McMvnn, W il Norris, Jas.
Sutherland, 11 11 Bergman, Henri
P Jnrand, .1 S Harrison I West
Bridge).
SOO PACIFIC LINE.
The "Imperial Limited"
the'fastest train between the
ATLANTIC and PACIFIC.
EASTBOUND
Leaves Sicamous.... nt... 2:35,
WESTBOUND
Leaves Siciimous   ..at-.23:26.
CONNECTING STKA.MKB
Leaves Penticton Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays at 7 a. 111.
Arrives at Penticton Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 17:30,
Accelerated service into the
Kootenay Mining District.
operaleii
the slight
,„,ml of Canada owned an,     .
lhe telegraph lines hi connection Willi
',, psrolllcc, we could   have   a   tc..-
cbl rate In Ontario, In most towns
Id Canada there are two Iccgf'tpl of*
flees, Neither uf these would betieces-
^ry if th.1 busing were done.Ihi'imgh
l,hc'poslolTlces.   The success  0     •
!„„.,„ ownership of lelegrapll bins
•„ llreiif Britain ...id olher Ktirupean
count lies is signal ciuunih   to ju
Canada in Inking over Ilu
Bhoitoidec-Toronto "World,
lify
business In
schoolmaster and   ll
Free Miners' Certificate Fees.
The following scsle will show the
fees to be charged for free miners' certificates covering only a portion of the
year : Certificates issued between June
ist and 18th, $5 : between June 10th
and July Oth, $1.75 : between July 7th
and 21th, $4.50 ; between July 25th
and August llth, $1.25 1 between August 12th and 80th, $1; between August 111st and September 18th, $3.75;
between September 10th and October
7th, $3.50; between October 8th nnd
2(lth, $3.25 ; between October 27th and
November 14th, $3.00; between November 15th and December 2nd, $2.75 ;
between December 3rd and 20th, $2 50;
between December 21st and January
7th, $2.25 ; between January 8th and
25th, $2 ; between January 2ilth and
February 12th, $1.75; between February 13th and March 2nd, $1.50 ; between March 3rd and 20th, $1.25; between March 21st and April 7th, $1;
between April Sth and 25th, 75 cents ;
between April 20th and May 18th, 50
cent* ; lietween May Uth and 31st, 25
ceuts,
irough tickets to all Eastern
points at lowest rates.
Por full inforinatioii as to time, rates
etc., also for copies of Canadian
Pacific Ry., publications apply to
S. L. SMITH,
Agent, Penticton,
or to     15. J. COYLE,
A. G. P. Agent,
Vancouver.
JOY'S DOMAIN.
Woulil's limn thy lionsi) ami acres prlzo
Anil wlrton nliMisiiriis niiirijol
Go bullil lli> lint nt nny si/.c,
llu'. iiinko llir gimlcn large.
The Midway Company stiil
have for sale a few 5-acre tracts.
Buy one on easy terms, and
"make thy garden large."
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A* last the BlockaH**
«d «^IWB__J_I_!_ ."£**■ " -***» than nothing.
H_ B_nni«kB
"ave you seen the t**ati(a, dflw „f •* *"»*
*w*hu»IUo»tl_.v_ilihl .     ;U them ""»• ••»"*««     ^.-Won.
^^t^mt^^^^^^Om^mrt-mt^f^ _*£&*'*•****' «-** *
|-*«- awntal ebinawar**. ,
Allf n fm OCTOBER 24.
wruress Goods Department .»*«__._   , **^<*p«-*w.ibwt
the seasonable *X (uv--\ "      ll        '        ""I**« W* of OCiaa ft
«*h to mthty _!«„ anv ""   t,>m We ,t,H thiDk that w "* irtfi w L'°* ^ —ft P-
^»*wta haa ]■■*,_,■„,■ A  Ww  w-wignmmt  ofl „    <■■»«■"■»»
Wecorts   for   the    Week
October 26th. 1.100.
hivkrai. uxcunm
OCT, J BER A).
Ida. Barrett >-_i_p. Rnoert L«-ithart
j-ultana. £h„ii atek, H. C Hmhaa
«*_____ Bura* *■*•*■■■ «* J*«ws
-a. oozartb.
OCTOBERS.
1. U*-.idvtMd camp, j. E.
FAIRVIEW . H(OI
Corneal and Mining m^ J*!
«" "*e Fa.rview Hotel..... """'-J
GOOD ACCOMODATION EYFRn^ V*
Qeo J. SKeeKarT    !    ~7^
^il
Olir fine lot Of Groceries an* coining in UHy. inoliidinif fine Gov*
emnjent.C'rwuuery butter, also fresh made mn?h butter.
ininerS    Supplies  at most iwwioahle pri<-es.   _ n«*w consignment ol
the celebrated AraMttoag XXXX Flour just received.
HAIN & CO.,
AT THE OLD STAND : :   POST OFFICE STORE
j The Travellers Insiraee Co..,
-w
I
If. Rounds.
CKBTlflt ATKS or WOMC
(xt>ibeb3X The
La firande, Ei!*-ti.ii«,n, fiofcl Bug. H.
S. Pittendntrh.
Vioruv. tactios, I . A. Ty*.
Ldtle Buffalo, frui-ti.o. F. A. Oliver.
OCT'lBEB 21.
Revenue, Fran* Mton.
Arlington, C. Jf. HbMhN£_
R«*d warrior, N-d Bennett,
lulumbia, D. -i. Gooi.
fwiMJ   Bull, Jame** C. D»ie et al.
, TAtnsresA
OCTOBER 'SL
Royaleaae,   all   interest.    Ma    G. I
Thompson   ta J. K.*ierii.-k  Robertson.
Mackinley. aU interest, A. D. Oliver I
ta Louise t. ttat'.r:; ....
ocroBSR 21. J___H____B_
St. Lawrence, til inten-st. CL Baft-1 f iCf Atkf  nTY   R   T
■MB to  Dead«ro.)d GoH CVjpper Min- i UVJtrtiw-  Wl I, D. ..
in_f f "V-^"^********™
R   H   M «. *»-
FJiis'la... a^l
 *» — *—r  *lcir_*
V»'-«tYofthee_ni^.t„-J.   f..
SITUATED AT
Hotel   ;^
Cascade'
■OOD^V
ISSUES the hest life insorancu-
I ciotracf* in the world. Kb
disappointment as to dividends.
Everything jruaraoieed in advance. Premium rati-s la lo 25
per rent less than those of old
line Mutual cotnpanie*.
^toek Life and
Occident Insarance
•  V££*- Conn. !    to^^r^.R-«.McEnt.e
to David Beath. ffir^
rBRTIPICATE OP rMPB,lV*BJII_nU
Timer,  fraction, PresoHt C'«_ipbell
, McArthur.
c- H. Thomas, Prop
ASSETS,
Januarj ist 1897, I
t3°-**4-SA I
LIABILITIES       .- S
■-"«_, •-17,930.J60. jo  *
■ ■ • • '-970.4t4.3t>
AppMc«Jo«a   'or  Certifkates
lmpro*. eme«_..
this ireek's
_K__^__a     ^^^^^1
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPAQ
The Travellers Combinatioo _rt_leal Policy guarantees foraccidenfai
under onlmary conditions.
L_w of rriigii at Both Eyes
le*. ot 8oc!i t'tn. or B)(h Haadj
_*» ot 'Joe Haad .uid Ooe Foot
t.5'»»,
i'Wi
Mm
m
.^ "-   Left Haarf      ' KaW
|f"«'BH_rnat        *   ■-
KM J
•Jj«l    »f
ua j
I.* *
•« 2
^'<i'>s  advertised   in
ADVA5CE are those iJ*f :—
.Vortb Star, Canip McKinney.
Granite and Banner, lauip McKin-
[Vjojinum, Fairvi-or. A. D. A., and.'UlK
Black Hawk, in Camp Fairview. i^^^^^m^m
Bullsevv. fraction, an Kruger ruooa-( __—^_ffr'-■* "c*!:::*  Tree IrDITl   P*-'
Oiridead   and    Divided fracti-n    fRHT   AXD  ORXAMEXTAL  TKKES.   PLANT*.
it'.d   Dust   and   Little  Gold   Du.-t. vn,| (nr Fn*  Par-il-       !     "*    "
Kraggmi—Ufa •    O«lo lor/Tee 1-'-•
-ot» 01 «gkt ot <>« Fxe   .     .
Lirqits of   Weekly  Indernnity fl.HtJO.      ■   f
A.VD, // such injuries are sort—Bed while riding a* a passenger in  «
any pasiengifr conveyance li-insr steam   cable,   or   -l-iTric-.ty aa a I
m,Kive power the anioont to he paid   shall be DOUBLE  the sum f
specified tn che clause under which the claim is made. %
Cost $53 A  VE.KR    TO   PrOFE.s-IO.VAL    A.VD    BoSOTESS f
Me.v..axd Commerclal Tr-avelers,
Other sums at proportionate rates
5S^_?-«,
The Real Caiue.
The '-Spofcesmas-Review* thus de-i
' fines the cau^ of che war now in pro-'
gee** between the British and the
Boers:—
Tbe real cause of the tronWe is the
; friction which inevitably sets in when
1 * people like the Bo^rs—slow, unpro-
gresisive, unenlijiirhtened. suspwriou*,
clannish and intolerant—are bniufcht
in general contact with a vigorous, 1
daring, enlightened and progressive i
people like the British. '
.Necessarily the B>>ers and the Eng
!«h mnst nib elbows in S«:Kith ^Urica.
The Transvaal ■"■'* ■
LADNERs.   .   BRITISH
SrEciurr^^J V^^iT
*^end for Free CarJogy,
E. Hit,
Subscribe for
THE HDHVE
™E game laws.
jjMg   Architect and
_^__ Chi] Engineer..
Financial,
I-Jeal Estate.
Insurance and
Mining Agent
—♦
••VOTAKV    PCBLIC^a
t aii view To-K-rwite ^Vx^nt.
... iot*.»...
R. H. PARKIXSOX,
rjtaviiw. s.c
a	
C^jrrespornlencw !sV>Ii*.-ited.
* ,,,'0l,eer Dewswr ■ lie budir r
Only $2.00 a Year.
TbeTransv^^^^-^ca.
^te are ne-a^v _? **** P*^l
-territoT. Tu^rfadhrfctt*»
  denu o/tbe eSTsS °' "" r-"
i   Tne or*-,, _^T tJtatar, and V*? ,     ^o"1"8 - ('*«* i
•P^^iSlfl*?" ■» - PETSrjlT5 ^^ ■ ^'Tl,n
mclustv.'.._aaWWs-h'«h dates l*ic- the mhaVSiJ ^.^ P'«'»« or THE
»*=»,  duck.,  o   all   k"^ *H    ^a^lwuSLS?*
-Vpteu.he,   L   tl' ■*___.     ,        ;They have b0l!s *£S* *—«*l
t-arihoo „tr L*?,:*tnb«»T/*Lst_  the  m,,.^.. wne failrouds, iw»*nw<
^-^it*^ ^--^"penedihe,.   ;■ ™""
trv .-i«-:  " -^1"* —I a cntn>- I   .   .
u.:
IPIONEER - HOTELI
Grfexwood City  BooimutT
**-"'• •     ' —-'""»01 tne teaata     a '!» —••» t.m. mmo_tt__l .
!>1>teu-^r !,,  talv_ we hare the  eTf«__T^       W' "»«•• i      We<,:«n»e ■«-_ a_4
■"•nt lin ,h^r ■n-wntam goat.  trr. owning» .    ■     ^^ ™ »Win-    i„
J=SB-«Js-_s___5a«_____^
.rr«
w- H. WEBB,
**&** Practical
■*« -ND CARRIAGE ^
BUILDER.        """""
Midway, B. c.
atapaipi-xg
OF ALL KXKDB
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
 ea.
|_? CARBUGE   PAINTING
SPBCIAiTY.
8 h_        v'™m-l
^^S^^-Beaver.  Ur of the m^'^J^^ -*
! r:!-..-. .,>-..,,,.. that coon trv «», .        s°v,"rnnieBt ,-,f
5*Sa_#s=aS_a=s
' -'•-   WH. linn J m nder two  ""^n* Britwh nram^T* m tb,? neigh.
«**«nt. quail * in ^^  '^fc I Rm Lort ,rf th/T"^ A" J' Ba'/oar.
'^«h- and egg, ,,f ^J "*• jkylark. delivere-i C^; lo ■ ^P*-b
^le.oaT.^r^?1?-      '    ___f«^.S_f__1f**
8««fem. between I,« '',IW ™! ^*ncw. aii its Wm _l 7^ ite «*»e-'
te_U>rl,t      Wn',,m*  •-«  and  Vjv «™^«n    0/   p^-l'^: -UI its *_;
,* ^. we can .say    »" PTHy-   '* "P^-n   iw
HfekhW. «S__-   h'«^*  Engfei,  ?^fe«^'^T«__?*3
PROPRIETOR
(Carrying Her Majesv'5 .Mails
and\1   I- ^-VS and  SVBkr*
conveyance      ***    tlme«    ^d     ;
'UJI-
?«»LAao.
At Penticton, B. C
■. S. MALL. Prop-
CMiawooc
•mmoo.  more "*h_ri!?'
j;- r-«"' -i«. s,/.i,;.:
{t =» ■«Uxfnl t„ hnT- JT• -Woty win record Z" ha   -    	
bwk ,wr ^•J^for« f>'toh^*a:i'; '■:
'Isrml^L .  J
'*"vert-ra(i-, j, 7  "-* Trans-
'■^mthe rgf^^W-M,
1 the B>.^rs .' -'i..n ,
«»« declared Ww_
Knl?lan<i
dignity.  lnd
5IBE «^ tros^::
n        .     _ "wrrio LMBfLfTT
Keal Estate and Mining Brokers.
' V-Wiill   Win tnenn.m.r    	
foe Insurai
•oce a Speciaft-    <>»> ■
Qreem-mwa Oty, ■   '■ s^IaSO DWTBICT.
Moran *nd B.„ me, who h_i preri
i given a dance at the ffjtei  Spj»aar.
L Pir_a^o and Dr. WhiU*.!*faoco,lii»11!r *--1":,-'"*««i to isupp..-,- the
went   a"***    yesterday's, uututerr* wh„ cdled at their  h-tel
t,., M»3«»y-
fairies *J**fes •»Dd «oWin*
Tuesday evening.
H
>r_
mav
t.-.
.-
,;-? -
•arxif
:
teet
The Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW. B.C.
:ted w be a^osd to-wr* j
Vernon Court of Assize.
Jl^y  they hire  a  joily |    At the Vernon Court  of A_,_e  U-t
i week PJ.Kelly was sentenced to three
jfegraw,   manage    of    the! T™*» imprisonment   in   the  Peoitr-n*
"u,-m'_jn_W  Co.,  Cauii,  tia*T for •»»**■*   'nt..  a  saloon at
rait or to  Midway j &xk Vteek.    Wild Aleck wan pm
I six mootbsfnr.__mlting and tbreaten-
ingtoshoot  J. McLeod at  Okanag.u,
Luiding.   An Indian named  Francoa.
waa found guiltr of  stabbing./  Rate
inson.near Ker*-*cr-.s. mi'. -ei :--. ,-    ,.;
not heenjtivennptothetiuiethr\ ernon i
News" of the 'ftkh inst. wi- :..
IdP**
ev, was a
At
'IA.
. R. Jacobs, wife ot the man-
tbe Midway Trading Gowp-oy.
4ay tor CUvi'Ie,   Wash, uq a
kauly conoee_o_».
l_,  Parkinson,   of   Fairriew,
lte cast roomily, poamtd the jhe charges „       ibbe*--
t eiauunatioo to qualify bim j „,■ |t|,,|,A „ ^-.p,
4 Provincial Land  Surveyor, j •*, Ctmrd,m_ nwtr   A. t , n,K ^
tion is called to aa   advertiae-  Everett wer- • . -..-    -
motijercelomn inviting tenders! Aaaiae, hu «iCL<ri      . - .-.   /th.ut
purchase of'he land near  MkI } prisoner had -rrn ■:■, i-ur.-.  , --..  :
_eriy pre-empted by  Mr.  H.I line unlawfully.   P. J. <^. ■
rr Lxm>i and now  occupied  by j found •rtiilty ..f ,h.»<in*  « v.
a Melville. at   t'hief  .,f    R.i.oe    --.-.„;.   irr,
Pocks. The jury recommended him
meti-y.Srnteni-ew-_ideferred. The;i;
dijjatrreed in th** iixsr ,,f J.ihr.ny P:-r
and Narrate, charged with rubN
Gen. Caw«oD. near Rsrit I fettk, _I
new jury was emponnelleil to try tl
case. J. Ben.ion wits aci^urtted r.
cbanre of hor«e itealin*. There mt
•werai other ■ :•.--. ■ r. -.-..- : . »-*..
 me.	
Cimp lldQMe)
tht   Mm white,   I
pile'    :' . r. .■ r. Z.X. ,
*: '.ni- mbc.   X'r.r :
THIS HOTEL
it _ derate 4 j:
{itors ani    p ir
patrons,
mas    :
d tabic
:     -
the
E. .MORRIS. PROP.
D. L. BARCKLAY S STAGE
Is Running Between
Mid'way and   G-_?*e-e3x-viroo<i,
trnngeuieWU      mud*     witb
i. .iinpbeil  and   Mi-Greg*ir to
I tbe Boaadary Fails water power
x purptwe of generating elecUK-
power and light purpose* »■»
i Jure fallen ihnmgb.
i Dell, with wte*» some cor*
hue* has passed relative to her
Midway one of  her popular
laments ia aid of the Public
'.-. .-.<tmas Pr_e fund, haa Identifying that illness prevent-!
••r.lD^rT '■■itupnse
■ioek p. in„ '-jirryiBg
PASSENGERS AND  EXPRESS.
*_ror!_ dr-i:v-rt*'i .n Xidv^r. 61m v .♦: md pbc-sen r- .".-
".-
he
■
*-   .r.
r-
.«-
-... r.a:-
- — :
i.
r.   The
whicti
it
--,-
:   *
ihot Hinuelf.
Late on Saturday   rj-a-ht the Green-
-j.-ii that Davit1
and killed him-
;;,_ j -lelf in that town.    From the meagre
luomtite Awemk invites Midway! m-l5«Ti«tion then obtainable xt aptr-ar-
■. ■„, tae,t him af. Owen* Oak
kA on Wednesday eveninx
Biting tbe datrict  at   the   time' wowl p«-(jce w^re
u-jUted. so the engagement   is j Bryant had j-ist >
that Brriint had
. j having   made
iti"-ne
._ j ■—*«-«   •*—«j   preporat
,, ...   when   natters   .rf   general!!wxt mortunz f,.r WtM '
■Ul bediaewssed.   Thoae »l»i*h're aemrdmg to »n_
to be<i after
otua to start
opper i*amp.
i.-..j :j
'.ie'   iz.:   .. ■-,' -x:
illhr-l      I)      -rr:.     .*
ea    ;1 that the ineetinx wotild
0 Tae—lay evening will piease
tbe cb_age tn Wednewiay.    All
«-.- aie and there will he no
(station tbaa tht* sent out.
[au na_wd _eofa_d. who it ..-
1 _sd beea employed at the OU
1 mine in the capacity i ,f en-
Led ia the railway aai tract, r*
..  tireeiiwood.    oo    Satunliy
Ps—_I  had   been  ill   with
••:*_, aad for oxire eoovenier.'.
ent had os» Friday beenrenyi-.*--!
r Phoenix to the hospital, but he
['-..   tax fcase fbr a • 'ire  to  he
a   pr> **pe-1,, -   :-..-• r-x.-rr.
work wju* to he 'loce. _ m
ciainu* m whi'-h h*- was ;r.z*
others. Ei ■■-• r.z " ;::-*■ '. '
Bryant *i r .: ■.::•'. -.:'■■:■
thing from a zrarx left
Evidently he went dini:
house of ,1 w..-nan with wi
pears to have been mf*tm
pa***d between them is no,
:t-pt thjU -he ..iy. a- i—r-x
aim.'k-if
•:- FURNITURE •:■
Now is the Time to Furnish Your House.
Receiving new Goods Daily,
LATEST CONSIGNMENTS CONTAINING
SCREEN^   -   MIRRORS   -   SHADES
CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTURES
PICTURE AND WALL MOULDINGS
REFREGERAT IRS   -.-::..   :.*: Arrived.
MIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO*
in.Z    -ja rial t—ul
tenttoa of kill
•Iiateiy -ii-i *) wita a revolver
prevt-rttly t-een iepttntli-* t*uokibove
refeiTe-1 to. U-* w w-f -rr-a M_ *poi-:i
to by nu n-xtrs f fr er. 1* Jtn i *.:.) i.i. ■;'•
ances on Saturday nufbt. a ^oe of whom
B*jtice*i J*_y difference in his deaie.-vr r
which was *s i«j*ual quite thetty, m
thai he must have yielded to a sudden i
impa_e Ar,«l Uien __   own ..:•*.
Lle*?eas*-*l W'_,t'-~ ^*.-ri.. y-ars r*r-;-
xinit ;r, 'r.r :.- z.. ' -'.:■•.: ■ t t.-t.^ary,
but the xreairr p—rt of the p u-r.
yeiur* he has been in the Bote.-.'
Creek district, the chief part t . -
kitentioo having been given to tt -~c
Copper camp.   He wls a man o: ■. •    '
*;■  f *«i)uth Afrit-a, sbtiwing in
iz AiAora the Transvaal. Orange
M-te aad the British territory
is   i. most surrounds   theiw*   two
repuhiies _m been issued  by the
na   Shippers I'ci-n.  Ltd.   Bering of iue for reference in the
".   raoditioa   of    the   r—..,-■. n*
-rr. litem BriUin and the repub-
naa.ed.   the   map  is aa effective
ttsemetit foe the Shippers Union.
:'*_Dlete plant is now iD the "Gia-  ffi vears of age. unaiArr.ed at
'  (Ste for the purpose of punish-  reUtinns in the pp>v:nce "tzn ;._>t.
be Phoesix "Pwneer^ a weekly,  ,m* or two set^ati co_»_*.   The
"iimn. all bnoie-print new»p«per .^.^r. Dr.  Jakes,   was (wmBS-sfcated
tenix   It wiil he shipped  j»^t  wlth "wit at the time of writing
»* the building it is  tr> occupy   known whether or aot m ;::•, .st  * ■■
ly, which will bewithin tbe ties!   he ;-,efci.
y*.    It   wiil   he   owoe*l   by   the •
' of the -G»iet te" and   : ar-
Mr. W. R HVcsaca well and
I-*x known  newapaper   man tti
•ctioo  of the   country.—Grand
i "G-sette.*
if- J. B. McArthur. president of tbe
Jiaibia Townsite C'omp«Miy. drove ia
Keret-eo* teat  Friday evening
• next morning went >>n to t nlutn
via Phoenix.   After attemiing the
of Cameron and   Mullen   *t  the
n!*n)pa .Witr Court Mr. Mfc-lthBT
; oxer to OIUJU Creek, near Kere-
wh*rw he and others have eiten
and praowH—g mining  interests.
r:v .*; ■.;..
■..
:'    ..-    er
.   -
-;,, he ki
here.   Thr  -
vkit_ia  tiffllM
T. M. Gr-ixlley & Co.
Fumi'.ure       "zzz.zz~.b.zZ.zt.z  ani  Er^calming,
COPPER 5TREET. GREENWOOD. B. C.
:: C. F. COSTERTON -
n_Rsos ac
^ Genenl Heal Esuie ± Fioaiieul Aai.
It xpaz'..
' .     Z   '-
em expos
'-r   ' tie    t.;.i-r*j   tzr
a fhttotmt x:  -z -
:':■' K'.n • - - ■ - -'.
. xx c- h free _- : -" »-
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NOTARY PUBLIC.
Zz- B uu famemABKM 0 r.
The btmvtxO and L_sb_b__■ Fise
The   taC_—Ki COT. at   S __i
AKE3ICA.
T = 7 L. sr* v   i>"P c.lva:.;an Fi.-.e
;■-"-?.*.> "E Oot.
Un ^j-n in asecxasi bCOT   i
C_xanc.
The Da__nav Beanore a>t L is
Back to Boundary Creek.
Mr. Henry O-kUs,   who tor
time wns aupt. veil it the Jewel
in Long U^ke
C.mp Mi TisitJ
;» sition Jl^ f. r*"JJ-
^. one   •)(   wr.j..n   u*
the ot.hrr 2 feet.
eing    sunk   deeper.
■■ .   tinng  the lejid
;i* ne -• ' .. :
,' uer.a has Litt-jv ri-A-
j, it-auy fieias: ch_r*
ui,p.
■ hesag jot :c bt
.. ;t< c k i;k'h -here
_ shu wm* of -ire of *^--,§, *ZLt"' >jr.
s  aati.jjpn.c-d   'h.u     Appr.u#eb fhp. tke Ca>*ad*. Pe
I BCfcty devei-.p jr.tij **U_CBI Loan  a
Pipes.
Cigars
ASD
Cigarettes
NOVELS
J. JL UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
L-HDWAY • B. C.
i*0   5AV156S I "T
icip.  an
-d    :
ere he
P-ter J   ;•  •   "*-   •   '-'■'
^*i>»rJiJ eouipanies
Hufj-js P-.pe. .VL P..
I.iraeiy  interested,
mjrtiness
These   ir-
Eag*e,   I.
M-1-.-r-
dgeis mcre-vsing mj"
is  depta   i)  j;'Ained. j
UeriM i.- »t«*tt com-|
■    -•:..--.   Ac   the;
MINERAL AQ. 1S96.
Certiiicate    of   Improvement*.
XOTICS.
t a***   .************** 9
J..U.
Inde
Mr
that   sturdy oW-ttroer (\„npa.
unl Su
Bo xz
a tmnif*-
Deaii*'*'
On the
>>mp, where ia
down a^jut To I
ore. a ^ite h.is r-e
oa.1 n-uiin sh.Aft.
iliasiy known as Bob Stevenj^m
talk about the experiences and
of life in the early day- of
■aat-gmwing west  interested  and
'*ht*d him very much indeed.   Mr
Vithur anticipates    a  proeperoo-''
■• for the Keremea* v;Uley  where
th horticultural  and mining indt—-j h-. eight feet in
will, in his opinion.he extensively a_iliinal and
later, aad eventually become timbers.     A  6
t aad nourishing.
iThe Hotel Spohaae and the Bote.
"ell, both newly licensed  hotels
e oa Seventh Street.   Midway.
opened for  husiness  last week.
former oo Tnesdiy  evening  and
latter   on   Thursday   evening.
h  openings  were  well  attended,
•"•"•ny residents wngrati i lated the
;ti»e proprietors npon their en-
in eatabliahing these new and
•"rtahte additions to the hotel ac-
■""dation of the town.   Mr. and del.vy
• Crowell entertained quite * nam* the
of resutents at an opening dance
"•upper, whieh were greatly **n-
ahilat  Mesars.    Franci*   and
* were kept very h-ssily employ*
•Wtending to the liquid require-
nu»f thecrovnlintbelwr.   M«_r>.
Cir   -fo—i
"   tt Dnigaa»jn>D(r_*B- r*i rem m^tk-vl
■■'ft ....
art-
- -:' f
was ■
r bad
t*-jir.
ui
SUaau i :Ae C_T_s * ~ '' - •' ■'
Tai« DturriK. Wjwre o>:a i-t ".:
gee Sousjaja.
T. . •  -   •:  •■   -..x".
U'j.jjii   «   '.r-n-      ■•
•^.r ■ -•- •  -- 3■ ji   ■   ■
„M   '^.,.   -  -rr ■        ■- '■ ,
'   vi-'inn   '"" * ' ' *
kmmmmatmtA '     ~^nr''
I D»_ii this Slth -lor it x>.t.oher. :-CB.
Prattieal W_hl Maker.
uRELXWOODB.C.
ii.s*t Tatta, Plenty  XlazeriaC
*
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IIMMj NOTES.
••ompressor Ami
ire now on the » >
her for the rhAtt hou.-e  ..
the ground.
A IB—ter pi.mt to that
the Bat—hon is    -
nve   -ht^rtly  ht   insti...
War _u:i.'. near Pb.*eoi«
is anther Kg mtttom**
Miiieral Aet. !596.
(Bees,
_•   -
nd.it :>
•jr- it<
A vertical *h.U'   *   '
warn?* .-uarter*.  mme
house. He., are to He -'--,■
.   Timber for the b«M
groo-d     md   the   k
tot the m ichinery ire htdn-i -
The B-eetfc-of mine teaW   P
he ri -mmenced at once on ' -
di. in Stnith's camp.   It is m «
t,*,!rivea Sthtoot tunnel to eat
irfge at. depth of about 3» feet
A-"i
Mr M
■A-'i miners eaiatraf
■ear the MotherLa-t
.- ite, naaacfr. Mr. *-*frtifr-tp   of  Improvements,
il 11  ,iie oreaowa.
:- ind iti.me ii.i.'t-ly,
.-i.aher men  letf-r aTo*iLo«.
bt fpmi   treiinnent
...:■ ,-.f the mjinage-       BcusmtFBacroaJtonsaaOaaa
Sltuat* in Ovoyoos Hitim? Dir.s-.an of Tile
tKstrtcf-    WTiere LocaJeiij - On Striite
•'•'••*   ■•»**■'   ^,,'l'•'' ht'      -fcaatain.
Ae Winnipeg.   W-ll*   **|-aSE SOTlt E   h.i   i
...     -•    _wm     I      ie.i«*Jnt f'lr /   in
•he  .-nipmen,  ot   ore   ^^y^JJ Sol  ■•:;,,.  ,,.„,-.-.,   x.   ..   .
■tie  trad   -melter.   mineri.-miltai* No. l*".T>. m-t
V    .„ , Kelfer. free miner. *ii«-J N
.- -hipped will I e ae-   ^_y fa,+ ^n,  •„,   _.,.,   -,.rv. t   '•   >r,-. -
■ jm*.tances.  bat  it   H   ."-   '"e mhh* Hetmtat hr a «f*3g_!
r it !e;«st   lO.liMi tons.   * i -mwr, _*»jj; of r.h.j i ■
u.-^ir     Ami bmher take nofu-e '-.«■  x-oo.   ■.-■■-■r
•uueiice inioiedurely : ^.^u,,, r. mas- »,omeaaaexA befr<	
have be^n  Iiid  tu   sat*o#webewtsufcaww»<   iniue-•• •■
i" n *■■*■ DtB. tiR£ES.
i.iu jo vsiir*   -ireriiince    to to     ^
*i,rii ; if*-;ct!..... *
• ^.^■*.*.*»*.» mi_h_th_m_mim tt
ARMSTRONG HOTEL
S.  Prop.
c.-*-r-i ;,u-s .""-.iniing.
ARMSTRONG  B.C.
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY.
MIDWAY, B.C.
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Beaotifillj sitata! it lie mhm of Bon_d_ry Creek and Ketlle River,
fi^^L^tmaemtmmatmm hawbesswmm        ,
 —--—-■?K?L?,d °" «w* terras...
'f •**■-*-fc'-r>iiiiii iMl-iii    rur   __r__^_
J.^ ^.p/ THE MIDWAY CO, Ltd   %
The Track Li
ARE COMING
tad gfifr liter Fesel
prieas of bis will be ad
Sow is tiie lim? i. toy,
psrtienlsps from
THE fllDWAY CO.,
|(_|_ ql The most imp'jrtant  ni«_i
1 • e Western Terminal and   D
The Wholesale Siffijr mi  Ma__fa
Creek Districts.
The distributing   point  for   Upper
mining camps.
The  nearest Railway town lo  Repd
Northem  Washington mining   : _...,.
Trie   leading residence town   in   :he  co
supply and favorable Wfiinn co
va i
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np-.ii; Ue   ;htr  lamp MtKunie?  Kim*
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• :   ~.  uiu-JT tie  ewrnmeHiresc   before  :m
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pfcysiain. ex».i9t; ksmm-jt
■ feepiacefor bosifas Bfi
THE DBViT £ 3|
MIDWAY-
Riverside
Addition.
Just a Word! ^^^^^^^^^^^^
in Midway real ^0tat°SLCOntrPlating an investment
on the Rh-ersiS MA V 'nformation » offered that
choice residence ste     °" may be {°™« 300  very
L0TS50X,SSLP^ REASONABLE
w. h. rf orris, n apply t0
Midway, ac °r A- MEGRAW,
Camp McKinney, B C

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