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 Vol. 2, No. 7.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 1$, 1903.
$2.00 per Year.
One Dollar's Worth
For
Seventy Five Cents.
MID-SUMMER CASH
CLEARING SALE
h order foclose out the balance of our Summer Goods, and do   it quickly, com-
... ;ncin§ Monday morning, August 3rd, we will give a Cash Discount of Twenty
>    1 Per Cent,   on' all gunimer Goods.   This meyns that  you get a dollar's
... irth for seventy five cents.
(Vices are all marked in plain figures.   You deduct the discount.   The cut applies
on
Ail Prints
Summer Flannelettes
Lawns
Mjislins
P.ques
Ladies' Waists
Ladies' Ve^ts    A
Ladies' Night Gowns
■t*^t- kg ' IWj K-*    * «t
Ladies' Straw Hats
nbroideries
Children's Vests
Misses' Vests
Misses' Straw Hats
Children's    do.
Men's do.
Men's Fancy Shirts
Men's Summer Coats
Men's Suits
Boy's Suits*
Children's Suits
Will Meet at Rossland.
Provincial   Mining: Association
Will Discuss Matters at
Rossland this
Mont!.
The following circular has
just boun issued by the Provincial Mining Association from
their head office tit Victoria.
It will be noted that tho executive pi-ojjo.se to discuss several, important matters, and
doubtless the secretary will he
gland to hoar of any additional
items which could bo profitably
brought up at tlie meeting.
The circular i.s addressed to
all members of tlie executive
committee, and reads as follows:
merits to by-laws, and  organize
the business of tho nexteonven-
When tb.-ibriilj
river at  New
'.• i.i\ i'i' the Fijisr.
Westminster  is
tion in January next (probably |completed these lines will nati
tho 1.5th or Kith).
3. To consider suggestions on
tho coal and (soke supply to the
now numerous industrial centres.
1 9. To review the work and
working of tlie association and
the results of organization at
present in force.
10. To transact any other
business whicli may propjrly
come before tiie executive.
Should you be unable to attend, kindly send Mr. Keen, at
Rossland, where lie will bo on
24th instant, a note embodying
any suggestions you desire to
make, or matter you   wish dis-
ally lit the one into the other.
The million dollar bridge is the
great connecting link,
To   Work Winnipeg.
V/ill Likely
'"J
biA
Falls
xi'.t- .a Bound-
Siiiolte)'.
cussed, and a report of  your;
Notice is hereby given that a I district for the information and. was u rda
a meeting of the executive 0f ;-action of the executive
this association will be held at
Rossland, ti. C, on Monday, the
21th of August, inst, at 8 o'clock
p. m., to consider a number of
important local matters, which
There is .
'■j,   1    .
•'. ofprOspei:
;.' ■ ihe resu
m ii ■
in   :\ ■■'-.. :
shipments
at   l
he   Winiii;
ni:ne    : W
, ' ,,.,■:
,i;i camp, v
Eartiord j
ui'0f.;<
in, about tv
iiiilfs cast x
if   I'll!
I:  ill'x.
Richard i
'lewui
.    ,     ,|.,,   rxr(,.
dene a'j :
JJ' 'rJl.J
the compj.ii
V ' vv
.:. ,:  ''       lllh
Coast To Kootenay.
can best bo discussed on   the
grounds and iu the mines,
There is a celebration to be
held on the 21th and 25, when
the railways will run trains at
camp, aiid made '•:••■ statement
that he fully c.    a- . co
work 011 the   '•'   , ..... n  ,    ,; ■
early date, 'life-ft--  '...    ■;.■■_■
favorable treatment rale (juolcd
to him for Winnipeg ore by iho
Montreal   &,   Hostoui   Gdppt-1'
company's smelter at Boundary
,. ,        ,! Fails, the ore being very-jdesir-
Under the charter which used    L1   „_   n
Over One Thousand Men are Now
Engaged on Construction.
£:hool will open soon.   Better outfit
the Boys and Girls.
• ■><■,
One dollar'? worth'for seventy five cents*
hjw
VZZZZzZSi
you will be able to attend.
The chief matters for discussion will bo  as follows:
1. To consider the accounts,
which show $3,091,05 collected
from all sources and $2,8oS.3i)
expended, and tb arrange for
more active enlaigment of the
sphere of ;the influence of the
association, the disposition of
remainder of the convention
proceedings and emblems, and
the extension of our membership.
2. To demonstrate that the
aims of the association are pro*;
vitieial, not parochial
3. To discuss the unfair operation of the Water Clauses  act,
re completed.    Mr.
issu n I'O
ib.
work between New   Westminster a ild  Sumas.     The   latter
town   .which   is   just  within ^Pto-Loni
Washington   State, is already
feeling the benefits of construc-
II (!
to be known ni the V., V. and ^le IW fluxing.   When thei,
m__mmm E., the Great Northern Railway ™cttl ^gfments for resin
low rates, and it is hoped that; is continuing construction work ™% Hor    a
at the Vancouver   etui  of the   ^™ will prot.ably
Coast   to   Kootenay   railway, th« direct management
there being a thousand men atfP/P01^' f"fi    reBldB
Since Mr. Piewman was
Boundary list he hut.
on,  '•■',:■. It: ■
interests of the V\'iu .,   _;,
Iu the past the Winnipeg 1
&&■ 1 Adyi^sff^ih titow^^?^;^^^'^
'"-recent trials  and tribulations ci°se ™ f»m
are forgotten,  threats to leave j
the town are   withdrawn and,peI s w
those  Who  were  hurrying to | comPleled T,nto l;h
sell    their property  are  now
snatching   it back   from   the
market."
The Great Northern is building  a number   of jjiuall Hues
which will make a  sort of net-|
its uncertain lauguage  and ac-; work   over  tlie rich   farming j
tion,and suggest amendments, section of the lower Fraser vul-jP*'essor LmMii^> l":'f'~ '
4. To consider the interroga-1 ley and connect with Vancouver. lln& the seven-drill air ci
torids which should be addressed by the members to candid*
ie
>thfj(,!lil*l''rlVt
         Bis  of
minoboinir oue of the !
iuj G/P, ji.
H	
country. In 10(0 th.
shipped 1,070 te is: in
sent out 1040 tons, aiid in "MU
up to May, TO5 t ms were .-. :■
out. On the 301 ii of May; ilitA:'.
a lire occurred at tin mine, i!<*
stroying the shaftliouse;   ;6iii
L001
Already the Delta country has|sor> PU,"1JS' »"*-e>'*   ■'"'*
beeu served, the line from New i machinery.   The loss wad
$7000,  witii   some    iria'
ates to ascertain their views! Westminster to Vancouver is
towards the mining industry, j well under way and this new
without drawing the associa-j construction by way of Cliili-
tion into party politics. j wack  to  boundary  at Sumas
5. To consider the bearing of'will add a valuable freight pro-
the Boiler Inspection act to-; duciug and receiving region to
wards owners of boilers  who the company.
must go.
The remains of our Summer Stock will be cleared at prices which would
Tempt a Miser.
These are present season goods-New, Stylish, pretty and fashionable.   But
we don't want to carry any over to next season, and in order to dispose of them
We are Slaughtering
Prices
Av.il    vour,4f of  the golden opportunity   to provide Seasonable Goods at
insure them.
6. To consider the reports of
the members of the executive of
the various districts upon the
progress made during the last
six months and since the con*
vention and to provide for
stimulation.
7. To consider and frame
questions to be sent to the various locals to prepare   amenil-
At present the lines are being
run as separate from the Groat
Northern, For instance, the
extension from New Westminster to Vancouver' is known as
part of the Vancouver, Westminster and Northern Railway.
That from the Uipiyal City to
Sumas is called the V, V. and E.,
while tho Delta line is part of
the Victoria Terminal system
Since the (ire nothing La-
done at the tVi'inii. ig . \<
keep the water m:; oi tlie
ings fora few wftefis,
Railway War Settled.
A press dispatch from £
more, Alberta, «.;,■.*,: -Ft "
boen declared in a inui,	
ternational war which hij j
on some days at Frank, a
which $,$quuj-<of determine,
held a railroad iiy force of 1
A French syndicate ! u'.l
Frank and luu*.-," ,'•', ;
railroad   from   ''.,,.,',   : 1
Ooiitll r
:11s.
tho
your:
ASTONISHING PRICES.
When ws eut we eut deep.
HAIN" & CO.
A
if
,."'*•
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A
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A
|r
; «8S,
hmmmm^^^
Toilet Waters,
I apfumes,
Eaee Powders,
Soaps,
k  NEW u
^ ARRIVAL'S;
3 AT THE
I DRUG e
STORE |j
3      A. F. THOMAS.      £
A
Niee Lot Of
Writing Tablets,
Plaio and Tinted,
Just In,
Envelopes,
Inks, Ete.
Everything
For Writing.
_-.:. xrr-r-
fZZSS___^^^^!T'^_-?^S^^SM^^^, y J. ~
_t_9______tm9mt—mm_^____m C. M. CIIOl.SK lejliUir and Proprietor
FiibliHliod weekly nl Mlilwny, B. C.
Sulincrlplinii price, jji.lm per miniiiii. lmyntile
advance, either yearly or half yearly at the
ptlun of the subscriber.
Advertising rotes sont oil application.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 15,1803.
At a Cabinet meeting on Sat
urday, Chief Justice Killam of
Manitoba was appointed to the
Supreme Court of Canada in
the place of the late Mr. Justice
Armour.
Canadian journals exult over
the "great increase in receipts
at the customs house," which is
recorded every month. But is
such an increase cause for oxtil-
tation? The increase in customs receipts proves that the
country is gaining in purchasing power without corresponding gain of industrial power.
It may be satisfactory to know
that the country is prosperous
and able to import the goods
which other people make. It
would be still more satisfactory
to know that the country is
able to make the goods which
it how imports.—Toronto Telegram.
Despite the shortage of cok;.\
mining in the Boundary shows
a great improvement over the
past years.   There is no denying
the fact that for some time the
mining industry in the district
was not receivingthe attention
it was justly entitled  to, but of
late  several  deals have   been
made, resulting in the opening
up  of several new properties
and the resumption of work on
a number of old ones, until to
day the district may bo said to
be quite prosperous.   When  a
mining      country      becomes
neglected it takes considerable
time to again  interest capital
and put  it  on  a   satisfactory
footing, hut no   one will deny
that the loiindary is again, receiving, the attention  of the
investor and  will shortly   be
looked upon by the capitalist as
affording the best field for his
operations.    ? ow   that   prosperity is again coming this way
there is not the slightest danger of any great re-action.   Every legitimate mining investment that has ever been made
in the Boundary, where judgement was useu, has proved a
profitable investment, and that,
too, against many trying cir
cumstunces.   The  shortage of
coke is at present, aud has for
some time, greatly retarded development.   Tho   three smelters cannot operate   all   their
furnaces, where if there were
an assurance of an   unlimited
supply of coke, not only would
the smelters be taxed to  their
full  capacity,   but   additional
capacity  would  be   provided.
True, additionl furnaces are being added but the smelter companies are reluctant  to laUch
out to the extent they would,
were  they guaranteed an unlimited coke supply.   With this
evil remedied the mining indus
try   of the   Boundary   would
forge ahead with rapid strides,
save all he could of the foot.
Williams is between 30 and
35 years of age, and single.
—« .— .,
A Good Piece of Road Building
What is probably one of the
best pieces, pf road making iu
this section has just been completed between Phoenix and
Greenwood. Road Foreman
Findlay, with a force of ten or
a dozen men, has been working
on this road for several weeks,
and has put it all in first class
condition—better than it has
been in since it was first constructed. The grades in many
places' has beeu improved so
that it, astonishes the old-timers
that haVe been over it lately.
The same gang is now at work
on the Phtjenix-Grand Forks
wagon road, Out near Hartford
Junction, where improvements
have been much needed for
sometime.
A. J. Bates, representing
Ames Holden & Co. shoe man
ufactures of Montreal and Vancouver was in town during thc
week.
Work has been resumed on
the Ah There in Deadwood
camp and some Very line ore is
being taken'out.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To Andrew biidlaw and tn r.ny person nr
porous to whom he mny lin'u Irniisferi'ed hi,
interest In tlie "Colby and lien," miiiernl
clninis, sil unto on Kelly Creek in the Ureen.
wood Mining division (if Yale District, Ilritish
Columbia,
Vou nre hereby uolilleil thnt I hnve expended $J"i.tin in order io bold the said Ool by and
Keen mineral clninis uniler the provisions of
the minora! ait, and have paid the sum of
.",1.ii0 for reennliiiit the sainc for the yenr end-
.i.U -litlr .Inn.: Ill Kt. Mint, yuu sliniild eoiitribm
.'•lUSur- ynn-propurtlonof I tin said sum for
our undivided onoqiiiu'ter Interest In snid
earns, and if within 911 days from tlu) flrst in-
si'i'tion of this noliee jrou fail or refuse to eon*
tribute the sum $.',1.:.1I which is no Jrdno by yon,
lot-ether with all costs of nilvurtUing, your
Interesl In the mid mlnoral clninis will become
lie properly of tho subscriber under section
tttur of nn Act entitled tho. "Mineral Act
Amendment Aet" not
. Hated nt Midway U. 11. this Uth day at Aug
ust Urns,
OKO. D. Cl'NNIMOHAM.
Klrsl Insertion, 1Mb August l»a.
Last        do.   llth November. IMS,
NOTICE.
LKKTnt Iheammli-r- of the iinder-lirnnd In
•Inniinry last nne Mark hm-,'. ihviio
"an havo same hy paying enn ottliN adorliso
monlnnd feed of animal in date, otherwise If
not claimed within _t> days will bo sold to pay
expenses,
HARRY JOHNSON.
Ararehist Mountain.
To Joseph Saultor or any person or person*
to whom ynu may have trailsferrtJi yonr In-
Uirest lo In llii! "Higliliiiid Chief" Mlnernl
claim situalb In Camp McKinnqr, iiiJj.ln'
Greenwood Mining Division of Yalo Distflr I.
You arohoroiiy notified that I havoexpondnil
gltt. In order tn hold your liilereat . Ih the
said mineral claim under lhe provision of I lie
Mineral Aot, thnt yon should contribute tho
sum of tits, tor your Interest lu said olalm,
and If within IW days of lhc lirst Insortion of
tills notice you fall or refuse In contribute the
•iMnoflllS, which Is now due by you, together with all costs of advertising, your interest In snid mineral elnlm will beeoine the
proporty of tho subscriber under scctlun four
of an Aot entitled .tho "Mineral Aet Amendment Act," 18(1(1.
Dliled this 181b dny of July, IUM.
UEORGK M. HKKN'KT.
NOTICE.
TAKK notico that 60 days from Ihe dale
hereof, I Intond toapply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and WorkB for permission In
pnrotmec IHO acres of land being the lioi-i h we I
} of Section 6, Township Sl, Osoyoos dlstriot.
Dated this 4th day of August. 1»H.
M.K.OUKICN
0. dull. Green,
Agonl.
NOTICE.
fAKK notice thnt IKI dnys from Iho mil
hereof I intend to nppl.v to tbe Chief Coin*
mUsioniTiif Lands and W'oi-.s lor puntilssUi
to jiuenhaes tho inioeoupied fr,icl.ioii:'.l tmrtli
wiJdlbfSeoton 18 Township SI, Osojj.sdistrict.
Dnted this 3rd day of August. 1003,
CON.H. ABUNDKLL,
C, deB. Green,
Agent.
Tickets at Low Rates to the East,
VIA
Tbe Chicago. Milwaukee & St.
Pauls  Railway.
Will be on sale at all ticket
ollices on June 4th and 5th,
.June 24th to 30th, inclusive;
July 15th and Kith, and August
25th and 26th.
Tickets good for going passage for ten days from ditto nf
sale, with linal return limit of
IX) days, from date of sale.
Por further information address
H. S. Rowe.
General Agent.
Portland, Oregon.
Anyone wishing
to purchase horses
will find it to their
interest to inquire
ofj. A. COULSON
one and a half miles
from Midway,  or
Dispatch office.
Why yon should Imy
FAIR   PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
BBC ' U- E it Is the l*<*__i|iinllty
BECAUSE It is most lusting chew
BECAUSE it is thujiuUt-Nt nim, graAo
10 or 2Uc, plug
HBOAUSEihe Ijirs in* vnliinhl, fnr
preiimim ui.il Jii I, ifOi
BKt'AUSKyniii' il.'ali'i' is auihii l-ti'ri
in  ii'l'iiiiil   vour    iiiniii'V
i__£*«l
4
*l
R. MEYERHOFFS
Carrying His Majesty's flails
Will leave MIDWAY on Tuesdays, Thurs-
davs and Saturdays, at 8.36 a. m., arriving at
CAMP McKINNEY at 5 p. m.
Returning will leave CAMP McKINNEY on
Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. ni
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m.,and making con-
nection with the train going cast at 2:05 o'clock.
The best of accommodation for
tho convenience  of  tho
travelling public.
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIETOR,
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
MINERAL ACT.
Certlflcate  of   Improvement 11
NOTICE.
f A K E notice that » dart from the date
hercnf, I Intend tn apply ,to tho Chief Com-
mimlnncrnf UiiiIi and Work* for permlMlon
•opurckawrMiarrwnf land bains the north
I of Section ,11. Tnwn-hlp 10, Owiyon* dlatrlct..
Dated thb ilhdayof AnguM. 1DUS.
A, WOOD
C. deB. Oreen,
Agent.
TWO DAYS
Rossland Summer
P.   A,   MlNKKtl. Cl.-IJI.
Situate In tho1 Oaoyooa Wining Divlalen of
Yalo     DUtrlct.   Whon   locatod:  On
KrutorMountalr.
—AKK NOTICK that I.   C. dull. Ureen. oe
I agentfbr A. I. Uroderlok. Iree miner',* cer
llflimte No. MIIIKIanri for Ooo. Krederick.
free miner'* cirtidcau. No. islittl., int««l
•ivly day* front the date hereof, lo upply
to the Mining Recorder for a .t'crllHeate
nf Improvement*; for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Orant  nf    the   uboro  clnitii.
And further take notice that action under
"wjtloii II* muHt be cumniencod beforu t III) Imu
mice of *uch Peril Knur of Irnprnveineiiln.
Haled llil-i Uth duy of June. IHfl.
C.dell. OIIKKN
yim hi'h nnt HittisHi'd.
THE EMPIRE TOBACCOCO, Ltd.
TICKETS
-TO AND FKOM ALtr-
Points   East
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
With Which Is Incorporated
The Bank of British Columbia,
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
CAPITAL, $8,700,000.   •   RESf, $3,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pres.       B. E. WALKED, Gen
W.ALLISON,
Manager (ireenwood Branch.
MINERAL ACT,
Certlflcate   of  Improvements
$5000.00 in Prizes.
Railway Brakesman
Accident.
Meet*, With
About 5 o'clock lust Friday
evening Billy Williams, a brake-
man on tlie Kettlo Valley linen,
while rlditttf on the pilot of the
engine, lost his hold and fell
and hud the three middle toes
of his right foot cut off. The
accident aceurred at the Winnipeg avenue crossing at Grand
Forks. Although Williams was
thrown about ten feet from the
track, lie was still conscious
when picked up. The shoe was
completely torn froin his foot,
and it iiiiil three toes were
found lying oh the iriside of the
rail. "'' -'   • •':' "
Dr. Northropi of Grand Foi ks
was hastily .-fiiiiuniiueil, and
di-essed (lie wouwls, The injured mini (exhibited consider-
Under the auspices nf the
Mayor and City Council
Tuesday  &  Wednesday
August 25,26
PATRONS) The Brotherhood of Kailway
Trainmen and Rossland
Miners Union, No. 38, A.
P. of M.
Grant! pnrnde. Iiiunnxu and tiwwlwll tannin.
inuiilH. Ilriinion'* iiiiu-MitltiiinH, tngaof war,
home racing, boxing and wrmtllng oonttiatH,
nthletlu HimrlHofnll kind*, innehlneandiloub-
lu uml »inglc hand drilling, and upend ox
lilblllnii by the guldolnm wonder, llr. M„
grand bull. ni'iKiillhnint pyrotechnic dl*'ilay
and performance* by the KhnhIaihI Dramatic
oluh, Itnilwny rate low than ono faro for the
round trip,
Further particulars from
A J. DREWRY, Sec.
TWO DAYS
' H. It, and Hkimiklinr Minehal  Ci-iimh.
Situate In th* Kettle River Mining Dlvlilon
or Yata DlitPlct.  Where loeated:   In
Commnnwealth Camp.
TAKK NOTICK that 1. Kiirbm M. Kerb), mi
ns ngont for Hubert S. Ilayoti, freo minor'*
certlflcate No. nHttm and Hugh Kowl free inln-
nr'n oertifleaui No. itKkVil, Intend Hlxty dayt
fi on, I Inr date hereof, toapply to the Mining
Recorder for a ('crtllticate nf linpi-nvomoiitii,
fur tho purpom uf obtaining a Crown Orant of
the above claim..
And iirtlier take notloe that aetlnn, under
motion 37. must bo commenced beforo the
iMiiance of audi CcrMHcate of Improvement*
Haled lhi« IAI h day of May, IIIM .
rOIIUKSM. KKItllY,
, Agont.
Special Round Trip Rates.
lietween June 4th and August 2<lth the Illinois Central will
sell round trip tickets from Oregon and Washington points to
Chicago, Cairo, Memphis and
New Orleans at GREATLY
REDUCED RATES.
Tickets good for three
months. Going limit ten days.
Returning limit ten days after
starting west. Stop over privileges either , way, west of the
Missouri River.
Sale dates are arranged to be
convenient for delegates tti conventions of National Educational Association at Uoston; Elks
at Haiti more; Woodmen ut Indianapolis j Eagles at New York;
Shriner* at Saratoga; Knights
of Pythias at Louisville and
Commercial Travelers at Indianapolis.
You can take your choice of
Sixteen Different Routes.
Write us. We will cheerfully
give you unydetailod information you want.
B. H. Thiimbiim.,
Commercial Agent.
142 Third St.
Portland, Oregon,
TO
Spokane, Seattle art Coast Potats,
St Paul,
ANII HOISTS KAST
2 ^rMki«av-,aU>ar 2
Now Equipment ThraufhoU, Ony Conehoi,
f*laoo>n4 Tourist Stature, Ollung and
"  Buffet Smoking Library Cart.
' Knr Ticket*' Rated. Kold'cr* and Knil
, InformnUon, call on or addraw
Any Agent of Um Oreat Northern   Railway
w write
A. B. O. ilKNMSTON. O. W, H. A.
«IZKind Avenue. SKAm.lt, Waoh,
Lancashire House
: : MIDWAY, B.C. : :
The undersigned having re-opened thU well-
known and comfortable hotel invite the
patronage of all old customers and the public
generally.
BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Furnnce-'hented'find comfortably furnished room*.
Mrs. Dowding, Proprietress.
\?+++*+AM*
®i#
"TAT*
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD, MINING AND COMMERCIAL j\HN
The
Best Hotel in  Midway
Crowell's Hotel
Rigs to any part of the country for guest's convenient
S. A, CROWELL,
PROPRIETOR LOCAL AIW UlSIKIUi
b9mt»,mm.m#*m
,hool will re-open on Monv
.y next, 17th inst.
6. Graham, of Gracilis    visiting   Mrs.    N.
linroe.
knother load of Okanogan
I, writs brought to Midway
rjiijr the week.
Uinti Addie Melville, of Hound-
r palls, is  spending a  few
|8 with her parents hero.
Limcer Benorman,   who   is
king ut * 'H! Kotlerii-k Dhu
Midway school, returned' on
Monday from his home at Rose-
isle, Man. where he spent the
vacation.
Fred H. Hand, a prominent
young lawyer, of Cambridge III.
is visiting Ralph 8. Root. He
expects to remain about three
weeks.
J. R. Brown, of Greenwood,
the liberal candidate for this
district spent a couple of days
in and around Midway during
the week.
a visit on
Kerr is spoken o
u' the conservative
I lie lin" i)woof!
I' rl hroiuing . ii'i'i
Tuesday.
' hh likely
candidate
iii ing,  at
; tendon is called tothe nd-
' • '.isnineiit of ltnlph S. Boot,
which appears ou this jstge.
lie is ottering for sale all his
household goods at a low figure
aud parties in need of such will
find it tti their advantage to inspect his large aud magnificent
stock.
,   , .i    -las. Kerr, of Greenwood, paid
,, 1/)iig Lake camp, spent .... . ,, "
iVx>M"e fi   t      iMidway a visit
,day in tow*1* ' Mr      *
|,ii-i&Co.,goneniliii<!. I' -'j* ., i
Iflbnen appoint I'-juiit-s lot' ., ,
. Wrigllt * "■'■ "i'-'1- ;■
paper  d      ■'■■   "i ■     '','
h., anyjone w! ..:   >■<-
ring their homes will find
rth their while to call and
at their samples.
G. McMynn, of Rock Creek,
lived a carload of wagons
farming implement*  last
Owing to the  large in-
e  in   cultivated   acreage
til Bock   Creek, Mr.  Mc-     J. M. Haggerty, president and
,*• is doing a large business | general inanager of theSimilka-
iniplement lino. ineen Falls and Light company,
,im\ Mm.O. L Gunderson,17'w in Midway kstfweek    Mr.
Ja*H. Bush and Mrs. Thos I' "K-f^ , w'»    vmt turl«w
i      _.        i. „...   „„» i shortly and make arrangements
who  have  lieen  out I        , *- ..        »  .
l       h*   *u„: i... r„- 'or the transportation of   two
ni; nbove Westbridge, fori '
* • carloads of  machinery   which
recently arrived there for tin
company, it is part of the electric plant which the company is
putting in at Similkameen
Falls, twelve miles above Oro
ville, for furnishing both light
and power for all the near by
towns and mines.
Ikvr,
(tit week, returned home
iiy, Of course they tell
usual number of stories
Lt, the number of fish caught,
ith vary in size from the lit-
niinnow to the large
(tallonge.
Do many friends of Captain |
; Barnes of Shamrock III.
e pleased to hear that   he
lat last made a    successful
Tin his boat without receiv-
jthe usual ducking to which
theretofore fallen to John-
lot while endeavoring   to
stem the little craft to the
current  of Kettle river,
iroek HI, to whieh refer-
! is made, is pot Sir Thomas
lis challenger but  a  neat
• boat the property of Capt
lies, which he uses im a fish-
fetiscl  and  which  playa a
lineiit part in sec uring the
ptur trout which has won
i distinction of being the
fisherman  bf  the Kettle
ELECTION DISTRICT.
Notico of Dnte or Public Meetings for tht
Election of Delegates to the Nominating Convention.
Supporters nf''"' Uboml-Cnnser,vatl*-o party
will hold pi|l*e meet Inge aa. Aba,, fnllnwing
itmni'il places Iii Greenwood clc-llon dlstrlit
onThursday, August ISlh. 11KI. ki s.*inVI.M*k.
p.m., lor Ibo purpose ofelcc.iliig.dolcgntes mi.
oonvoittlon I" bu held at (iraenwund. in the
rooms nf lhe Uro'iiwrtod l-ll-ural-Cnnnerviiilv.'
Association,mi Salunlay, Augii«t Ity, WW,al
8.»i o'clock p. m.
Ml. Iir IIKI.KOATKS TII UK KI.KCTRI*.
Otaewamma-xmrmaaaX  •
_K_t.wa.jr ■
-Btaol* *
Thedclivati* tothe convjlitlon will nomln
■le acanilldalo lor lhc Icgislaliro anwinhly to
cnutosi Orncnwond election districl In the
Interest i-flrwUbTal-ronnorvnUve party.
The chairman ami secretary ul the piihlir
nieeling* «hall Issue credentials lo the dole
-rata, elecled:       ..}m ^.^
|-res|ilciit of the UlsmlCoiiscrvatlvo
Union nt Ilritish Columbia.
Dated at Oreenwood. July 'Wh. IWO.
RIVATE SALE.
i
aj.H.BUSH^
GENERAL    BLACKSMITH
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Work Executed to the Satisfaction of Customers
Webb
BICYCLE AND
MACHINE REPAIRS
PAINTING *
AND       V
SIGN iV
_ WORK
MIDWAYAND
GREENWOOD.
SKATES
SHARPENED
Maynard
Imported
"SENTINEL"
No. 906, English   Stud   Book
By "HAWKEY" Out of
"FAIR RENT"
Will stund itt llock Crook
Hotel   for  service   of   mares,
SEASON  OF 1903.
TERMS: $15 for the season,
$20 to insure, $5 to lie paid at
time of service.
"SENTINEL"
is a seal Drown, stands 15 hands
2 inches, weight 1100 pounds.
As may be seen by reference to
the pedigree, this horse comes
of the best blood of the English
throughhred and was selected
by Col. Dent of the British He-
uiotint Department purposely
for breeding to Canadian mitres
with the intention of producing
remounts mid high class drivers.
Free Pasturage for Mares.
For particulars apply to
H. 8. PITTENDRIGH,
Rock Creek, B. C.
J^JcLEOI) At BltOWN.
Babristkks, Solicitors. Etc.
Ohkknwood. II. C.
Chas. A. Webster,
PROMOTER. INVENTOR, DESIGNER.
Spokane,Wash.. U S.A.   Midway, B C.
CJ.LEGGATT,
BARRISTER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR and
NOTARY PUBLIC
MIDWAV, B. <
pa M. KERBY,
A. H. Can. Soc. C. B.
Provincial Land   Sukvkyoi
AMI
,   CIVIL   ENGINEER.
Midway ash Ohrknwinid.
MIDWAY  NEWS DEPOT
T WALKER, PROPRIETOR.
Boooks,
Magazines
and Stationery
All the best   brands of Cigars and
Tobaccos kept in stock.
tr BRANCH MONEY ORDER OFFICE OF THE
DOMINION   EXPRESS  COMPANY
Riverside Hotel
Rock Creek, B. C.
S, T LABSEN, Prop.
Stupping; pliiiii for Singes to
lid frnm all Boutidiiry
Oreek points.
Grood Accommodation for the Traveling Public.
Reduced
Excursion
For one week begin
|ng Monday, Aug. 17
iaii hold a private sale
my home of my Furn-
ire, Furnishings, Kitch-
and Tableware,
tundry Utensils, Re-
[gerator, Etc.
[Everything will go
leap, from 25c. to 50c.
the dollar.
deposit of 25 percent, of goods
[rchased will be required as evidence
food faith.
W goods sold will be held for de-
fery until about September 10.
All are invited to call.and inspect.
RALPHS. ROOT.
Summer
Rates.
The Denver & Bio Grande,
popularly known us the "Scenic
Lineof the World," has announced greatly reduced round-trip
rates from Pacific Coast pointe
for the benefit of teachers who
will spend their vacation in the
East, and of delegates to all the
prominent Conventions—N. E.
A., at Boston; A. 0. U. W., at
St, Paul; B. P. O. E., at Baltimore; Woodmey of America
at Indianapolis; Eagles, at
New York; Mystic. Shrine, at
Saratoga Springs; K. of P., at
Louisville, and T. P. A., at Indianapolis.
Tickets at the reduced rates
will be bused upon one fare for
the round trip, but will be sold
only on certain days, These
ickets will curry stop-over
privileges on the going trip,
giving passengers an opportunity te visit Salt Lake City,
Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Springs and Denver; and will
be gootl to return any time
within ninety (IX)) days. Passengers going via the Denver
& Bio Grande are giving the
privilege of returning via a different route.
For the rate to the point you
wish te go, and for dates of sale
and other particulars, as well
us  for   illustrated  pamphlets.
write
W. C. MoBRIDE, fi''-""1*1 A8p,,t"
121 Third St. Portland, Or.
DR.  SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
Rkndkli. Block, Greenwood,
Phone 96. V. * N.
Smoke
The "BARRISTER"
Manufactured by the Hilda Cigar     Z-* 5 O**^ t"
Factory, I. Blumenstiel, Proprietor,  V/I^W*
Hamilton, Ontario.
The "BARRISTER" is a Hand Made, Union Make Cigar. It is
11 inches, full size nnd if made out of Pure Havannii Filler and
lie very Choicest of Sumatra wrapper.
SM"9
J. S.  HARRISON.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
REAL ESTATE
APPLICATIONS MADE FOR CLR
TIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT
AND CROWN GRANTS OF PREEMPTIONS AND MINERAL CLAIMS
MIDWAY. B. C.
Spokane Falls &Northern
Railwav Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard
Railwav Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co.,
Washington & 6. N. By.,
Van.,Yie.4E.Ry.4N.Co.
The only nil mil route hHlwt-en
point* enst., west nml south to Rom-
Iniul, Nelson, GihiiiI Porks nnd Hnptl'i'
lie. UbiinMtm st Kpnkanit wilh thn
Ori'iii Northwn, Northern Pacific nnd
O. it. k N. Oo. for points enst, west
mid south I connects nl Bos«lnnd nml
Nelson with the Oitniidinn Pacific Uy.
Iiiiiiii'it- nt SbIkoh with the K. II. * >•
Co. for Kaslo anil Hldcnn points.
tJoillliMts nt   Curlew  with  stage  fur
Greenwood anil Miilway 11.»'.
Iluffvt cars run on trains Iwtween
Spokane unit Hepnbllr.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 22. IB02:
Ixiiivo. Arrive.
0.2.1 t.m SPOlCANK      4,M|i,in.
lli.i:, ii.ni  ROSSLAND      jUII-iiii.
7,00 h.iii  NKI.80N      8.IW p.m.
ll,Wa,in OltAND ►-OURS....   4.00p.m.
0,16a.ni  ItKPUIIUC.   ...      S.I0p,iii
at. ma. JAOKBON,
Ocnurnl Pa-woiiBor Agoiil.
Hpokii'.ii; Wimh,
■ 35
THE SCENIC LINE
Through Salt Uka City, Ltadvlllo, Pueblo, Colorado Spring!; and Denver   and
the Famous Rocky Mountain Scenery by Daylight to nil I'otnts Easl.
FaST TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN OGDEN AND DENVER
MODERN   EQUIPMENT,   THROUGH    PULLMAN    ANO    TOURIST      .
■LEEPINO   OAR*   ANOIUPERB    DINING   OAR   SERVICE
or ratal folderi and other
Information, address
STOPOVERS ALLOWED
W.C. McBRIOS,   (len.    Agt.
124third 8T.   PORTLAND, ORE.
»»»»**»
P. BURNS & CO.
9
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Merchants.
Markets at: Greenwood, Grand Forks, F'lioet-ix
arid Midway.
9
;i>
trffi
Commereial Job Printing
•AT-
Tl)® Dispatch
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK tliul Ml ila}*s from Lho dato
lioroof I Inlotul io ttpplj* tu thu   Chief Commissioner     tails uml Works for •Kirnilsulon
In iiuroliMO 'ill iiiti's of land in 'I'liwuslilii 89,
Osoyooa Dlslrint, boicliiulnis at ll l",s'   1" l,H!
iiiiri.li liomidiiry   ofC.   Oroiin's   prp-onipllnii,
llii'iicu ncirth III olmlns, west 81)  chains, sniilli
411 ohiilna, oust Sl r'hiilns.
imtcil this tSllx day of April. A. D„ MB.
II. Vf. NKAVK8.
.11. dell. UltKKN, Agent
NOTICE OP FORFEITURE.
To.Tlioinns Murray, of Ymir, anil M. .1. Mor-
tarty, lulo of Ymir, II. C.
Sins:
'Ynn an, horntiv nollllnil ihal I hnvu
oit|Hiiideil One llnii'lrnil llnllars ISIIHI.mi In lis-
siissmoiil wnrk on Iho "l.nr'ky Jim" Mlunral
fJInlm. sl'iiatoniiirMyiirs front In llm Qreon*
wooil Vlllllllt Dli'lslrai of Val," DIslrlrl III Hrll-
sh Coin'iihl'i, to h'll'l said nlatm for lho year
ending Ootolwr, lllth. nml. nnd a furlhiii'
sniiiufOiielliipilriiil Hollars <?iui.nni In asses-
sinetit work lo hold said olalm (or the year eliding Octobor Huh. 1MB, and have further expended llio sum nf Kivo Dollars lf.-i.lfl) In recording said assessment in order lo hold snid
elnlm under Hie provisions of Seetion '.'I of
the Mineral Act.
And If within ninety days after the pulill-
ontlonof this mil lee, you, or cither of you fall
or refuse lo pay or contribute ymir portion
of the expenditure required under said sec
lion SI, thnl Is lo suy, the snid Thniiins Mnr.
ray In tho sum of (Sl.lll and the snid M, .1,
Morlnrly In thc sum of fRUS, together wilh
yonr port loll nf nil costs nf advertising, tho
inlerest of such of you as fall or refuse to
contribute your portion of said expenditure
tmd crisis of advertising, shall become vested
In the subscriber lyour en-owner) under s
Hoe t of tho "Mineral Act Amendment Aot
IMI,
Dated at Camp Melvliincy. II. I'., this '.llrd
day of June. HKIS.   Last. Issue Sept. Silh. I!»W.
,1. A. DAl.ANDK.lt.
Henry Nicholson, Notary Public.
TENDERS.
Estate or William Edwards, Into of Camp
McKinney, B. C, Deceased Intestate.
'. K 'IlKli.-J will ho received hv the under'
a"" up lo noon oil IheSSnd, ,lnl>, Ul,
for the purchase of tho following ml oui!
claims nnd milling interests situate near
Cn;i|i McKinney, in tho .Greenwood Milling
Division of Ynle:
North Star Mineral Claim, Crown Granted.
Nest Kgg Mineral Clnim.
Trapper Mineral Claim.
Highland Chief Mineral Claim ! Interest.
Soiisct Mineral Olnlni  'Interesl.
Slninnlli Mineral Claim 1 Interest.
All persons having claims ngninsl thc sold
estate ure requested to die lliem wil li the
undersigned before the 2'Jnd dny of July, IM!
nnd nil persons indebted to tlie said estate aie
required to make payment forthwith,
HKNIIY MClini.snN.
Administrator.
Cnmp MoKlnnoy, June, 21th. 1UU.
TAKE NOTICE
Tlni1 tti hays from tho date hei eof, I intond
to upply to the Chief Commissioner of I,nnds
nnd works for portnissloii to purchase IIMI
acres of land being the south wost \ ol Hoo
Hon 3.S, Township III.
1 totcd this 16th day of Mny, 190.
II. Vf. Yates.
0. del). Qrocn,
Agent.
Ita-
BBM--_____________i
:^^^r^r-tgi^^-^ -;-t- -r^^aT^^ ft!
f
1
It wiil bo the most import-
anii Railway Centre in'.tbe
Intf il of British Columbia.
It is In tiie centre of a
picli' Ming, Stock-Raising,
Raiaiing, Hardening, lim-
fiict'jpir.;;, Coal Producing,
anii Railway District.
Midway property will
make yon ricii. It is not
a sp_i-.toB- it is iin in-
A. M. WOVENDRN. Sec
80 St. J'tilirt Si.it*-**,
Montrt-iil, P. Q
a
Business',  residence and garden lots at iow prices and on easy terms.      Send for maps, prices, and full particulars to
The MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
• it
1
Midway, the coming railway, commercial, whole
centre or the Kettle Biver
idary Creek Dis.
tracts, is situated at k
confluence  of Boimlj
Creek and Kettle Hiver.
The  leading 'aside ta
town in the country, with
an excellent climate, pure
supply, and sur-
rounded by rich agricultural land.
7
0. M. CIIOI'SK,
Agent for Brill/to I Wii
Midwuy, ke.
&mm T.r.
Railway 7/ar Settled.
Cui.LJiiiiL.t friim priKonne.
f'prd, Conservative.
Siiuilkiinieen—W. J. Snod-
grass, Liberal.
Skeemir-O. W. D. Clifford,
Conservative; P. Herman, Lilieral.
Slocan—R. A. Brarlshttw, Lib-
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AMERICA'S
BEST
Creek collieries to open coal
mines, Differences arose be-
owuen the syndiouto and the
contractors, Messrs.   Pourpore
anil McVeigh, over  settlement eralfW. Hunter, Conservative.: '•'
Vancouver—1> Ogle, Socialist,   ,*
lion to provi at tlie operation of j'J, Edwards, A. G. Perry, and'F.
the road.   Tlte big slide buried  Willwuns, Labor.
a portion %Hlia road and   the      \yest Yule-Stuart  Hender-
syndicate  engaged  other con-   s011i Libera
tractors ti> build tlie new line to
connect with the portion ol' the
l'oi'tu,er mid not destroyed.
When tti:- iu w constructors
came to contract with the rond
built by Pourpore and McVeigh
rflen Wanted it <* \
To sell for the large Fonthlll nursf rles.   A ppll
cations should be tiled at once.  Highest wages
paid, permanent place assured to the right men.
We fUrnish guaranteed stock commanding highest testimonials from British Columbia Inspectors.
Stone & Wellington.
41) WKI.MKttTON ST. K.
TOHON'iq. ONT.
♦
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S'-'i. • •'- tt»' ?-$"»■ *?'»   -i?£''nSi' a*"?' 3*?1 tHr-PT84i,-i ^9' 8P91
%&i. te M Mf'pMM P & &&fcfi' w?M
'"-•■- ■■■■.'..cat.   M   l-ai.-'TZi.    liiiiiSStC ih&lihiitSStti, &tl___»
Riverside Nurseries
Grand Forks, B. C.
riARTIN BURRELL,   - -   PROPRIETOR.
f-Wl
>iind it defended by a t
Snvco of armed lneiii The syndicate ii.mt forthe police and a
1 trgo for,' • came post-haste Imt
arriving and investiga'Mffg the
cuss took ji ;"•'. with thc contractors ri' ,) nle vi id the syndi-
c.'itf'. to ,...v,') their hands oil'.
'i'i:iis ;i clash was avoided. !
Matte ix h ive jtlst bi ,-n settled '>
i'ico■■•'■ ; .' syndicate giyosl
■bond-' ji immre tho payment ofl
tiie coiil '■ ic.toi's' claims, and the!
road is bi.i.ii; operated with a I
receiver hi chn •_:
tV/ jSrS
1   ii ji: Ep
Frjlix-.tii'iy Fearlt're        |
Can-.Intently »;publica.i.
Sown/-inn nil of iiii! world—Well
Wtltten.' original HtorlcH—iVnsworfl
In qufiiit'fc- ArtirU's on Health, I lio
!!'lri'J, '"    ll'rr'dJ,    iilijj    On     'A' T1,
,x i.ri.it,     ■  '• jr.n ami fewler.
m
m
"ttJ'.^-s ;Uj
ra
^
Provincial Elections.
The following noiiiinations
have bt'i'.i liiiti'i: over the province :
QhUli'v
Liberal,
Grand
Socialist
VV, Morrow,
s-r—J. Uiordaii,
•T, Deane, Lib-
The Week, /into (te
Ifft'inohi'jcrot't ..■ \ oatotodPrc-sn,
Uu; only VVcRtorn Newspaper rocelv-
Ing '.ho entire tdrajmpliic news hocv-
icu of I'm: i'u!W York fcjun und Bp_oml
cable nf thu New York \Vorld—dally
s >pn'ls mm over 2li0t) special cor-
I'Oipi iiil(;u..i IhruuKlmut tlie country.
yTTr   0 N E DOLLAR
I" giitiso-'llK)'for TII a oifil'ATUlI nn.l M
Tho Wclily Inter Ocean uiiu yenr B
iKitll |Ml|ii'i'i> iorOt.oU. ft
.eetjMiim oaniatx. rat. .tsnam-mm m-iaiix,-.!
G'S
tt   Tz
lAV,
ix,
,if\V/
Kij'MiEOFF^FEITUBE.
y .¥
QXtt
arploops
eral;     F,
vative',
v Jn -en woot
Libc'i-ai,
Islands--*-'!
eral.
Kaslo .7. tl IJetallack,  Lib-
oral.
iv'i'lson-  S B. Titylo!', Liberal.
Okanagan'--T.   VV.   Sterling,
Lilieral.
Fernie—J. McFherson, Socialist
New Vfostmipstcr—W,    Gif-
To A. VV. llnyil or any -ii'tmnn or povcr j to j
. whom yon mny lm-« Iriiiipf^iToti your intuiest |
I1 tllton,   Conser-1 to In Uio "Morning' Kr/iptloiml Mljipm] uliiiiii.'I
] hlt.iuit.ij In (ttuii|i .Vlut'-Jnnijy, in tlm Grnciiwooa i
SliiiliiK liivWmiiif Ynle Dislrict.
■om
ririBi m
ill—.J.     .It.      BrOWO       Yon arc lioroliy niUllwl thnt I h.ivoexiionil
ed siib! ,'«i in onliir in Imiil tin, mild miuoriil
,,   ,,   . ( r .,     cliilin umlor llm iirnriHliiiiH n'lliu Mlnorul Aot,
■i. 1 atterson, JjIO- ^ tlmt.you Hhnulil eontrlliiite *;M.Hiii ;iu ynur portion nt tlio sulil sum (or your iinillvliloil ono
third Ititeriist In sulil olnlm nml It within Ik)
days nf the Hrrilfiimirtloii of tlio dale of this
notice you f ■.. or refuse lo ooiiLrlhuUi the sum
nf.?5l.lllt whicli Ik now duo liy yon. togotlior
wilh all i"ir.Uilfni|verl|.iiiK'. your llll 01'ORt III
sulil mineral clilin will liecomo thn pr lurty of
tlio subscrlher under sort inn four of un Act; entitled the "Minerul Aol. AtncTUliiuint Aot."
I'M).
Doled, this 2nd ilny of Juno, lll'tt,
OKOUGK. M. HENNUT
nt
m
m
m
yirii£'&,Syi
ty
soitmfac
*lpt
D3SPATCI1
m
ifZ'
8-«^_S_BnB8
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents. Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A line assortment of Maples and'other shade trees,
Roses; Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
I   i i
Thi" secret uf miecesn ill plHiitinir, in, kihot—in HMMire gi ml '
SECOND—IU jiUiit iih sunn hh |ii)Hsilil,' .il'tif il II rl
obtnined from our nursery can be pltmiin *i
Midway two days after (hey are dug.
Price lint, nnd full  Information promptly k<u>i<
IHE NORTHWESTE0
BUSINESS COLLEGE
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, WaSh.
Th<: school where thorough work is done; whcr« il'e ^1
is always given; where confidence is developed ; where
KKEl'iNO is taught exactly its books are, being kept in M"
where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is;
hest; where, merit is the standard 1 where the training it
11. Service} TEUXikAi'iiv, E^lisiI andCARTOOMM. ^'l
students, develops their powers and teaches them l'0,v
successful, N<>'argiiment is so eloquent as the rtf**!
things well done. No mortgage can corrupt, ho il«cl 1
break through and steal the knowledge of How to Po. "'-
you know what a school can do for you by what it has <!■
others is it better to trust to luck? Is it wiser to p"s''
FoHetailed information call, telephone or write
THE NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
8ooSecocd Ave., SpokaneH
Ww
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