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 I xiV. No. 8.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY. DECEMBER 24,   1900.
$2.00 per Year.
kEOD.
hl-'TKIl.
Solicitor, Etc.
OKUMWOOD.B.C.
DHOLSON,
_: >*,itaby Public,
ts,N(IAl.A(JKNT
4S„ MINING BHOKEB.
bKiN
NEV.B-C.
II.C. SHAW.
dallett & Shaw
_sters, SOLICITORS,
•toisri" fMle.
r   ^'.'ir.tA'-ill-.Moreins-
f     y ,1-, bSwr-
BOD.B.O.
JTHERLANO,
MIDWAY, n.C.
kv 1'nii.n.
JcSTOMS  IIIHIKKK.
COMMItS"-!* AGBKT.
tssntrleip.""1    "literal Aet
L let PSK« dr»"" ap*   AIB*
Iken   Abitracis msds.
tnl-stioni by iw" * »l*thoa*
atitjirle* to.
|r, SIMMONS,
DENTIST,
U. Block, Grbbhwooo.
phone !«>. V. * K.
(ERBY,
; Ll.Css.8cs. C, E.
m. Land Surveyor
AMI
llVIL   ENGINKR.
I'.-. Owcsirwoao.
|RlCKARD8&CO-,
jl-Jfal Ks-tate
and
It|8tirar|6a.
■NOT MIDWAY. K (
(smith,
Tonsorial Mtfct.
a* Shur. Hair ful. Ke* frnui
,     al the   ahoT* parlor.
I.,i.r '. .oil itround.
IRKKT, MIDWAY. R C
A'. liU.KYMI'I.K
c*n.l
KAlllYll'.W, H. c.
| of  Repairing.    Norses:
A BPttj-iAllj-.
CREEK HOTEL . . ,
bl'TH (IK ItOfK I'KKEK
Itttiudrln-h,   Xmmtm,
AccossoD'nos  roa Qvtai
|00D STABLING
It i KIshiiHos Kettle River .Jf
& H. BUSH,
ERAL BLACKSMITH
(horse shoeing
* specialty.
J* of work •iteutMl to
pi».»etion of ouot-MNor*.
Y BAKERY,
"ra'St.Quinlin, Prop.
■tAIN AND FANCY
' P*»TRY, CAKES, MTC
rr«hinK  PiraUHama.
t>H__a~
PM» HOTEL
KEYES, Prop.
rm'"»»"<l.'ition.
P* Liquors and Cigara.
■■'ifst-t'lass Stabling.
RMSTRoNG B.C.    ■
[fJ*al Watch
l'Kl(  8-
GREENW00DB.C.
^>TM'.,p,,n,'w««".i.
'•"' "tree,,.""'"*'   «• **
( Wrrcc(|
*$J*-«i£__2__i®
Closing Out
At Cost
For Cash
Dry Goods, Clothing
Gents' Furnishings
Heavy Mining Shoes
Sl»_>«_«l»S_.4i»*_«IS4__>S_,4„«t«4_
v;?^j^r>;«j?j;?v;*^K,5jrj;f,^?vj«',fv;?
MIDWAY TRADING CO., LTD.
J. R. JACOBS, MANAGER.
| Hotel Spokane,
L. E. SALTER, PROPRIETOR.
RAILROAD TO THE COftST
NEW  PROVINCES,
ANOTHER MINING DEAL
Alleged Bargiin for theV. V. &
E.   Franchise.
(V Division of tbe Territories Possible.
An important question that is I „• Montreal-Boundary Creek Com-
iiR «P on the political horizon is the        pany's Properties
creation of new provinces in the North ___    '
PRESIDENT   HILL THE  BUYER 1?tJS*1 ,£ SSSZlS. M0NTHEAL-B0ST0N COPPER CO.
and the carving mil nf ,„„.  new ,„„.	
;;':;■;:: 1,",,V'-"'••   k    '■   *'■ - "^^^ the Properties, and
A  (lolden  Opportunity   Which   the fe«
Ureal Northern's President W ish-
es to Seize   New Road to Oo
Through the Boundary and
Similkameen Districts
Wl'"'-   At n matter of fact, the
Will Commence Shipping as sc r
as Possible  Will Build Smelter ii Pound Necessary,
Mr. A. a.  „
question Ia alreadj  ns  m i
»hapi  im 'Ug the people direetl)
ested.   Mr. !•'. W.  R.  Hnnluin,  At
''"''v General or the rerritories, dis-
":'-'"1 '»» '"''■';- '   il length I. i
ti,,, v„„  v, , «■"»«! ul innal standpoint   during the    lunrni   stock ■*•"* "bare brokers, of
rllizz;::::::^:::;: !rv,! '■
*"** « ■- uiiLT^rir;.
«i,i.l, reads as I i I ,»•-
■ ■    'J   Munroe ,V-
orediled with a desire to ' ny, haa two
chatters, One franchise was Issued by
thc Dominion government ,,i Ottawa ;
ilie other by the Provit cin goven
mental Victoria. The termin ila ol
tin-line nre lo Iw ni Vancouver an ! st
a point on th,' Doluiuhia rfver neat
Itohaon. There i*. to be railway i di -
nection wiih Vicioila.
The company wat originally subsi-
(15) And lie ii fur her resolved that,
ishythe British North Ai
Act, l-'M, ii was i i ngsl nth. rthings)
""■""'■'I that the Pai iament nf Cm
iia may fro u | me to time estahlisli
i"l provinci - In an; territories form-
: the time being part of the Do-
minion of Canada, I.nt nol included in
mj   i rovince thi reof, and may, at
dized by il,, Turner government al   the time of such establish nt, make
he rate „f U.OOOpe., mile foi 100 es, j pro¥jB-ori forthe constitnt  .,,,,1 »d-
I  .1  it       11     I ;.■•  . fix.. h_\ I,  .,      1       .      t   I ..
A new building, well furnished. Everything new
and first-class. Only the choicest Wines, l.iqurrs
and Cigars kept in stock. Headquarters for Mining
and Commercial Men.
T*-
FAIRVIEW - HOTEL
Commercial and Mining men should  put  up
at the Fairview Hotel when in carnp.
GOOD ACCOMMODATION. EYErWHG EXCELLENT
Qeo J. SKeeKan
Proprietor,
***»»*»*»*>j»»*»-;*}^
*
Midway Meat Market
K. A. MATTHES, Proprietor.
At this establishment customers con get choicest cuts of
BEEF. MUTTON. PORK ond VEAL.
,te>lV«snator <s_ tb* pawmlaoa  - J
Therefor*'Meats «i*e alwuyH fi*i-*li nnd swii'i    QUI and get a g I j,,i:ii J
fur dinner to-day, u
TELEPHONE 311- P 0-BOX 25. is
i_^__£____tf__<_A________________________•_ ___xam amm*!-.: a a ^ a est £. A
If^CfWTWwSIWW^WSSSSSSTTTTTTTTTTT, % * r.^f»
but when th^ Semlio-Cotlon Koveru
mem was in .iili,-,. it U repudiated tht
.■ul,*i,ly. thus preventing actual con
struct i„ii of the line.   The original
owners of the i barters are tbi McLeai
brothers and Dr. Milne of Vani ivei
Tli.y .1ij-|ki»,-,| ol the ch irteis   i M ic
Ke' ir- ,v Mann, ihe millionaire rail
loaders, uudercerlaiustipulate tuasl i
eoMlruction, which stipulations   bave
not been fulfilled, aod there seems to
Ih- every probability of tbe (iu-Jii Noi
them  obtaining    posseasiou   of the
dial t. «,
Ihe franrhiseallows tbe construction
of is ro/id through the rich Praser valley aci oss the Siinilkauieen and Boundary mining country lo nnv point ou
lho Ciluiiii.iii li'iT, so tint il i- the
ii„i~i Important franchise covering
southern British Columbia.
In the event that the deal as oul
liniil    in   the   alu.vi'    article   ^,..->
thmiigh, it «iil in-mi iii.t Pres ■-. i
Uiii lias uot al*atiduned bis determiu-
iti' t.   to Imilil   into   tlie    Bonn ■
..i. .ny.   li i*. evident ilmi  the • «
net-ring link between the t.i-",    Nor-
thorn aod lhe Vancouver, Vittojis \
Basteru tool will exleod fi tn i point
on the   Spokane  Falls S  N
pi.il,.il,ly   (i..in   Mar, iw or Boss   .:.
along the Kettle river ninth to Casca ;
tny jiiul Grand K..ik>. li. t'.
A special from Vaiicouvrr lo th
Seattle Tim- s gives sn inti rvlew »itli
1). C. MacOonnell, the legal sddsen I
the Victoria, Vancouver^ Baslern, in
which In- is quoted as making the
following statements:
•■rhe Victoria, Vancouver* Eaati in
railway lui-s about  closed  jm agreement with the Great Northern railway,
: hji.I I lie UfJinil Trunk uiilivjiy.liy which
tbey will coonect those iwo systems
Ion the Pacific coast andinihe Boundary country "ii Columbia river, mul
I thus complete an independent trsns;
routinrnta! line fnun the Pacific lo
il,,- Atlantic  from Victoria t„ Montreal.
' "Messrs. MacKeiaie & Mann, th
Imultimillionaire rooiractors ol l"i
I, mo. an- financiering toe coast  Koot-
mlnstration of    '    *  *  su h pm
ii.,,'. Hi* Excel), ni y lie also prayed to
order enquiries to  he  ma le   it d   i
' nilllls liikell, Willi „ \irxx tn  ll,,.   _|
i ' "I 'li.-  terms and conditions
upon which the terri i ries or any purl
j ■ eol shall he established ji- a prov-
bat hefore any  such  pr ,v-
■• d thai  1 efore at y - ich prov-
I   pportuoilysh
he givi ii la th" pe ,ple  of  the I. iri-
t"i'j'-- through itieir acrredited  rep ■
seotativea of c insider ng and dis ;i--
ing sn :. terms and i imditi    -.
.In.Icing from the rem irks oi Utot
ury ii.'ii-uil IhiiiltHJii, it seetn* i.i lie
anticipated  that the   I ikii g    i lhe
census insi year will ilia    sethe fa
tbat Jl"' population of tbe tei i
,> * ifflcienl '. , « in inl lbe en
one neH pi ,x Inct il i.-.i-t    Bul
*ii ii ,i province can   lie sel apart it
will In- i .- Kssarj I  .'-,]-. thi
i separati in, This question involves
many important detail*,, such ..- lb.
cons I'uiiiii t.f i he uew organization,
- :. .i. '■-. lbe own, rsbip ol l„ snda
,,,'(ier ,is Jurisdiction, exemption nf
i tilwa) grants and i thei Biniilar mat
• i*. Mr. Hauliain is of opinion thai
the lime lo j pg ; it. ; i split ing ': ■
j- it t , | j s im es h - i
;iu'd. and the i e .pie uf the terril
ii - ire preparing to n ake a formal ,le
ii _ml in tins .'.ii.-, lion. The p ... i
of the Government boo ild favor the
formation of ind 'pendent pro ' - -
it the earliesl possible date,   There ,>
.. doubt tl,.,; thi Terril iries will
advance more mi idly ji* Boon is
people bave the control of theii
affairs in theii own hands, the • tu •■
as they have ill Manitoba or Ontario.
In the course »f the next ten i ears,
tbe I' .minion ci ight lo witness th,'
i,iiih .if three or   four sister pruvin
and  ilie  nn
fER'S APPROACH.
. in,
enay railway scheme,
nnuuoeinent was to lie m ..l- 01 the
successful coinjdetion of the .le.il on
;,,-! ruescl.iy nijjjli'. bnt a slight hitch
Ims occurred necessitating the p sl
•nt of ih,- .1" isive signing ol
xl   Cuesdaj
Prom Republic Camp
Negotiati ; -    ■  | ■    ling looking to
ihe transfer nt' the Volunteei  l
uiii,i syndicate     Th    •■    - rty  lies
north of tbe I  Thumb il out one
half mile,   There hi* only been woik
en..ugh done  up m  it   to show thut
there is ji large I. dg   in i Ih il   I
ties v .1 iai ging fi mi s':- ti  >- pei
repi •   iken
ovei  ihe  Montreal  I.  md PJ   i .. k
M"'" -' ipany.  li, -.
:    v   '■■'■  I ; wn Si .er, I . 0, li
i,!"' Fl ' ,.'|..i-
Lies immediately  ■ ,i.  in
L"i" ':'  lhe | i-l    ti,..  Sunset  nnd
I '" n Silvei have heen developed by
abal'U an I  crosscuts.   The -! . |
I-"1  own Slivei has reach    ,,
I Z : fee . ind ll       ,',...     | ff ..,
lomofthis shaft has ei     mt-
ered alhidy of ore which has been
--  ■'- for25feet, and is still in ihe
ore.   Thewidth ol the ledge is tl
fore unknown.   The ore is n gold copper j,ml carri, • ovei 8 p, r eent. cop*
i from $4 j" 86 in gold.  Tha
'.  is that  ii  is iln
■ the main ledg ■     v ,th-i-
I. -; .   T: ■   sb ift ia       w  heing i _
; to the 3501 o    i
■   ."-
-- ul forits 'iu.
N    ':     i I    -   '■■
men ■ ;     -   .-       i as Id    su.eite.snf
lhe Br lish Cnlim bin i   ..... i i   u puny
nt Greenwood and :
Midwuy, are completed,
Mr. Munroe says  ih,      un,   nf the
new   on,pa  ;   which  has  I -r,„ :, over
the Mm        I Boundary Creek '■'
i onipany is known :,- the Munti   . .',
II -j hi i npper Company, limited,
The leading men nf lhe new company
nre : .1, N. Greenshields, Q C„ of Montreal : Willi .in Mitche 1.  i ipitnlist,..["
nville, Que.; T.  ( roi kett,   of
'.: Dul   i\),Que.; II.II M       i,   [
II' sl ti, (,. 11. Munroe, of Montreal.
The c«pil,! suirk of the i  inpany is
led into sl     -  of $5
■., b.    Tbe > nmpany   bas plenty  of
' .   j- • j devel pment, and is uhle to
linild  ;,  smelter,   if  necessary,    Mr,
'.1 ii j    .  in  speaking of   the   - i   k
ess, siiil that ii had been qu   t,
t is now picking up, sud he '   k  !
I i   lhe  revival in  the near future,
Confidi       is being ■ ■-' ir i is i result
nflbe excellent  way   in  wlii.li the
mines nf ihi- section are turning out,
SI ntreal people now realize'tbat some-
• lues r is i luattei of -■ ver.il years to
null..' i mine, and nol a ' w moi
i- ih y ihinighl when the fii-st  rom-
i     spi ubite ■    ihe mines of
nu- section.   Businessduringthe, i-
refore, he think- will be
,,-i y a, tive, "I never expe, t, .1 to see
surli j, coimiry," said Mr. Munroe, "I
nn , mpletely taken up with it, I
. Montreal to-night, bul will
return e uly in Janunty for the purse of 1. nkiug ifter operations on the
Monirea \ B. ston Copper Company's
■ ies.     We   in end  to   ai
per'tes, I nl   wh il   we « ml
ce those which are proven i.y parti .1
poneiuen
.   |t  is Irtslie.ved tn  be  tl    -
ledge toiind un the Tom Thumb.   [I
shuul i  pass m lhe hands of th. '
i will und lubtedly he d, vi'. \-
nt.    Montreal   has    ' i <e
-un- for   invi-siitii-iit   in mer:'   .
.... but uulj  ih"*.'   if km wn
will h     riven  cnnsidei
:   1,   ':■!■ ll (VI
•uuaumunttntnntut-mnuutuuu: ?*?*%%*
Fall is wiih us and Winter with its cold and snow t ist
approaching.   So take time by the forelock and bc pr< pared.
We have imported the latest styles in Ladies' Jackets
and Wraps at prices to suit everybody, and if not suited in
sizes we will order from our samples direct from the rnanulac-
tory at almost cost prices.
A large and selected stock of Fall and Winter Dress
Ooods has arrived, comprising suitings in Self Colors, Plaids,
and the latest in Checks, Blisters and Crepons, beautiful patterns. Full assortment of Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Heavy Wool Underwear.
Now is the time to buy your Furs In-fore the penetrating
cold of winter catches you. We have Wombat and t 0< ne)
Overcoats, Caps, Gloves and Mitts. We also arc agents for
one of the largest manufacturers of Fur Goods in Canada, and
you can order your Fur Jackets, Cloaks, Caperines, Collars,
Muffs, Gloves, and ever) thing in the fur line through us, ant
be sure to get quality as ordered.
Full assortment of Men's Winter Underwear on ham
Shoes, Groceries* Hardware and Miners' Supplies.
HAIN & CO., General Merchants
POSTOFF1CE STORE, MIDWAY.
i ,. Iieople ii
Ihe rtgnatnrea   until  nexi   Cuesday, ^       ^ .^   i(   ,    ,t    _ ;,  ..   .
OP"*"" ril!h<.coin. '" '" "" "": .,„;,   |   phmyol    oney h-irkol ...   .   .       „       I
Victoria, Vancouver* Kootenay road
Rt nliee.
The oassaae of tho lecenl Victoria iii|i,'> i,| ,.,, ,.,•■   md maj .
h r.-  li
»Thepiw»age ol Hn ni \ ictorin nM..
terry    hyl"»    by   which tl ■  '•'• ■' .:, nl it
Northern nought to establish railwaj        . bat much
and ferry connection betwi eu.V*.cl .  ■      next spring
nnd the mainland of British Columbia, ^    „ .,     .. ,        ...i-h..n-
inceived plan. h m ■                   y,
ih
" l,,r,i ab .ui twn years sil
,,.   ■   iiness men   ind ai    -
. with more
I us ' I -
camp I- ns lin1" Kii'.'Mi isau) nunin   1|si,,g  ,,.
nl Ri | ul II  and maj pussiblj -     ..,.,,,, H.iin to in ik. I
nli in Montri i   i- mon  |
In
■ li ia  b ■. i'  ' I
tines.   I "'' "I  '"
i, -'., . u; during li"1'! in the I
n," ,.,.ii   ,. led Mi
The Klondike Output.
. fj, mi  Daws m, ,1 ited  Nov,
,t- Vi
iiinke the
Canadian
,,ti,i boarding the ferry to
that point.
"The Victoria, Vancouver .*. EhsI
einayat-in will he controlled by thi
Oreat Northern when Hnisbed.
greatly increa
ihllc in in shori
,f pxcelleu   repuli
ly becomlnK u pro-
lt will bi
r.mtlniiany'worked uiitll [Ureal value
haa Ih-uii determined beyond question. |
Dawson Bhnw  thai   Sl
sh pp v
v,.,,, dei strating thai inuch ol tha
royalty was evaded. JoatwtTHKLL P*_l_.**-*Ok
t. M. CROC-iK MaaMU
PubHabed   wccklf   at tOtwmy.  B. C.
Subscription Price. flM ver annnm. jajatte
la adrvx*e, either yearly or half-yearly al lbe
option ot the rabacttber.
Adr, rti*_(t lUlss Mill on application.
t _ii_i i   . x..*-. . i eg
MONDAY. DECEMBER St. 1U0.
e-^*r_apw-*ri-ff~w_w«
To the primped or and the capitalist,
tbe miner and the mine-owner, lhe
merchant and the rancher—to all our
friends, both old and young, THB AD-
vamc« wishes "A m*nj Christ mas."
Mr. Terence Powderley, the United
States Commissioner of Immigration,
declares thai large numbers of set Uew,
physically or otherwise undesirable—
wbo »ouid he excluded were they
brought diiectly to United SUtea
porta—gel into the Republic hy th-
hackdoorof Canada. Thousands accomplish this yearly, according to Mr,
Powderley, who adds that unless the
jniNii>u iwiw   j vil" ■«_*•«*•■-- —
BBBTsTOOC
Tte Athelstan mine in \ttMmtr
ton c_mp b« heen bonded for $WM*»
to east**™ capitalists. It bas shipped
over WOO tons of ore to the Trail
smelter.
A private dispatch from *»*"*!
tuttmthax R-   A.   Brown   of Orand
Fork, has succeeded there in «'-"»«» !
Urge amount of   capital  f»*
development in tbe   Sunset
Copper mountiin, in the Similkameen
district.
The total quantity of ore sent from
the Boundary districl to lhe smelters
during the month of Noveiul-er wa*
ahout 2J.0W tons, in the following proportions:   Oid  Ironsides  and  Knot.
Hill ZmmtwikXitn IMO: Moth-
Lode. _l»»! sundry small sU.piuenU,
..ADE.1-n.0Otl   BLOJ	
CANADIAN PAOT;
and Soo Line
oi 1,"'"*JHII___H_________iii
: SS TEERT'S SEW HALL fifS.;c|ass Sleepers
.     _.. _m I „, _ «_  _n   -_•_«':___
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rt*lll-
      Bmmm****** «*,..       	
One Block West of Customs Office,
A Christmas Tree Entertainment will be held in
Friday, Dee.
AT /.30 O'CLOCK.
,    Friends and parents are ex-
m peered to provide presents for
Powder.ey.wno amm ~~  j   The new crushing machinery for the the tree.
Mikado's Government takes stops in j ^^,1^ ,u,u •-, bring 'u-il*rd •"    ,   [     Tl-e   Managing   Commitl-*-"
the matter, and thus reduces consider-- _,,„„„ fast m possible, and a ill * rj,n_ies    nuts and
sblv Japanese emigration to the P. j ^u11h1 jn  . -fr*  time,  as ever,   W1H prOMde candies.
tiflc CM*, strong measurea will bave | ^^^^ __ been ***^J%J? orange_
 — 'ception.   It is not considered proluble 6 .,,,
that the mill «UI he able to lake much .      ^ fc    fc      supper •• ,.1 be pro
:5*   This is a first-class building Ixln^
m   fin:shtd throughout.   The dining
&   tti   is run under the persona!  super*,     •'',."'.
,®   ®   of Mrs. Crowell and is supp
m   M   :£,   ihe best on the market.   Cl ,'.
,     A    ffi   ®   oi Wines' Liquors and I
Revelstoke _ Kootenay Undin?^   ^  ^    ~    ^      Urge   St..h](.
-«:!i:»-*-*:--m
A'-'   l"'J
1 011 iaSj fat
, r„. •■•-•:     ■■■ ' '
.1  1 si* I- *    * ,       .in..
... p.. . -     d.<t t-->"'!"
•.U.V   V   mi    .,	
to be taken to prevent hosts of Japan
ese entering at United States points.
via British  Colunihia. to oust  gondj U M^mUm'mooMtm these auxiliary I
Americans from   iheir employment, j crUfhe„ ^ W01.klng, and the ui.llba.  vided.
Mr.   Poaderley    bas   evidenUv dis* 1 ^ broughl up lo ,_ ,u„ ^ it). of,
covered that his native Und is receiv-' ^ Uyn^ \ good programme, consist-1
a__^HL-,_ I
;'on iaSy for g..  1
irtil iai Button : Voi-d»* iand ThnJ-' ' • '
Toronto.   Same ■•■;.■■ Ksta___icas—,]
No i-ooVe Is c,ao.« ra;e* **t\ give you a]
■  .• . ,r tateue x p joj rt,o-
. <i_t.
Fall and Winter Schedule new
effective.
w nb „    .... ,, 'm   i. ■
P. MrCCkkJ, *«*sj.
Tha Palranaia af Km Public it Solicited
SatttfaaUwi •nnranieed.
S. A. CROWELL, PROPRIE]
The Riverside Hotel,
<-.." <,a or tit*-* A
■Mway. <■'
T.. J.COTLE-
A»,.P   *••
Thewin^intbediiftontbeWa,^  iog   of   musical    and
1(_T„ camp McKinney. w.* down: numbers. wHl be rendered.
n«riy»feel»tbj_i»-P<'rt,andaveryj Midwav   Band will be
contideiable further iu.proveu.eot in I     TheMldV,a\    Dauu
Um quality of tbe ore bas beeu snowo,
- -•      -m 1 ,1,.
ing quite a host of Japanese Briiish
subjects, duly naturalised here at the
shortest notice and on the easiest of
terms. Uncle Sam's nalive-lorn
workers don't like ibis, of coarse, but
we of Briiish CoiorohU shall certainly 1 ■*■■* h~*~»	
■ot moum tbe loss of a very lsrge according to reports at the office of tbe
number of the naturalised hrownies i company. Tbe showing in the t-oitom
from Japao. Our Province can span- «•' H>e winae is i*emarkal.ly hue and it
wany more of them, under present aasotes a laige and rii-h tsaiy of ore.
condiUons. there bring all the titter- It is probable that the sinking of the
ence in the world hetween a Japanese I P«rmaneni working shaft througti the
middle class business set-Jer and the ^^^^^^^^^™* "nm-
men of the coolie horde, who have
lately heen swarming into this land of
iiterarv :T,„,00,tr. b.c.
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Usitualrd at   R -rt 0 e-.. BT..   on   lbe   u,   ,
l»l«eeo PfOUiU'ii 'Ad   ll   B I    I  I   •-•
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BestofAccotr.moOi-
roprlator
III
in attendance.
Rev. R- P. Murra>' wil1 oc'
cupy the chair.
i
Tri»hlot«l
promise aod election promises.
In onr last issue we made mention of
some big mining deals tha' bave taken
place recently in tbis district, and
their prohaMe effect 00 tbe future of
the Boundary country. The following
from lhe Spokane Spokesman-Review
shows tbe opinion of our American
friends on the subject:
"In a few weeks three smelters will
he treating Boundary dislrict oiesat
home, aod from 1,000 to 1.500 ton*, of
copper oie will be yielding ita values
there, This consumption means a
mining.
* STOP 8F WB1TK P1H |
Christmas Cakes.
For a nice flavored Christ
mas Cake try
slope from the old drift will  be com
menced before long.
Work on  tbe Emma, in  Summit
camp, wis resumed witb a small forcr
laat week.   The claim was located iu
I _1 by W. T. Smith, who wiih Mt-
Kenzie k Mann, owns lbe claim.   Mr. ,
Smith says thit only surface work will |
be attempted for the present.   It is hi*
intention to quarry out lbe surface I
ore, where it bas t*een expoi*ed hy the :
railroad cut   The ore twdy is over Ht)
feet in width Iwtween walls.   There is i
a shaft 110 feet  in depth.   Shipments
will lie made duiing the winter to the ,
pyritie smelter near Midway. xmP
W. 1. Porter, formerly superintend
and  one   of   lhe   heaviest   shire- ^^B ^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^
holders in theBranoouiGoldtnCMwn       A  large  assortment JUSt re-
Mining Co., Ltd., has gone to Brandon, .
ceived.
TAB COIPOUSD
Far that Caafk af y/«re.
i
Eresh Candy.
; Cfcrietmae Nunkare af       I
J   TU TORONTO OLOIC   I
Lara aav a« bar'* *
J. A.
Unsworth,
Druggist,
flidway. |
R. MEYERHOFFS
-•STIIGE*
great   deal   of   activity   in
While the new smelters have not been
overwhelmed by offerings of ore there IT""."".      .~- "'      ~ .   . ».     .,.    ,
-, u       __> ■    . 1       .x   _,_-..   u        Manitoba, at tbe request of tbe diree-
wui be sufficient from the Hrst to keep . . ,-.        , .
• v.      :_  —. •—. ~_~.        a .ki tors of the companv. t.. perfeit certain
them in con»tant operaiion, and this r r
...      .    .-      , plans to raise money to carry on  demeans an increase in the production of tt  , ....       :     .     ,"        ,     ,
the mines tha will be o.oet important.   «««l*««-   Th' "■'•* "« »*-n Hosed
The district ba. followed the histo.yidown.forsTe*^|orwan,offundi*
of all mining camps.   Il has bad ita |
boom and its period of reaction.   This
latter began lo disappear with  tbe
blowing in of tfte tirawhy swelter, hut
the fact that ths Wra-by trcated chiefly the ores oa its ••* rmm tailed to
influence iWMdliUiy tbs outer camps
to aay great extent.  With the start-
""   "1, however,
^m. St. Quintiq.
NOTICE OF PRIVATE  BILL.
Ioaenua**«-• <».*S?f f„ ths very**- tit'
i i>___d or narrow d»fe S_*\Z__r*___mV7«t,m ,
John Doney, during bUrecent visit "ZS,imgttZSttST* ^- ■
to Chicago. on?anixed  a development _,?_^M-^- *&*£?£& '
company, which has just bonded two 1 «***_^^*oZrZmiltZ« to am* I
.ell known Summit «_<p Parties,  g- Uhm-JJJJ- *£&£&
but Mr. Porter staled previous lo
leaving that be felt certain bis visit
would be successful and t hat on his
return he would he aide to announce a
resumption of work by tbe hrst of tbe
new yea      ^^^^^^^^^^^^™
C. F. COSTERTON
vmsoN ac
Gnenl Real EsUte ft FameU'AgL
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Carrying Her najesty's ilaiU
Will leave MIDWAY on i
davs and  Saturdays,  at  8.30 a
CAMP M< KINNEY at 5 p. m.
Returning will l»ravc CAM1' M
Sundays.   Wednesdays  and   lr
reaching MIDWAY at 1.30 p. m.,ai
nection with the train m>in'4 e isl
llabaat af
I
there wiH he a bitty demand for ore.	
from all parts of the district, and there the J. S. aod the Blue Bell
will be inducements fur even small pro-  er  is ■*—"•>• hw  James
perries to send in their quota.   In this  Henry
way large numbers of small prospect*  l*ond i
must soon lie developed into paying,  which adjoins the i. s. on ine n<wir, ._,1j0n_ Boaooan o» «~ -——	
niiues. and a peiiud nf pioductive de-  is owned hv William Shaw, Chris Me   «<*l»e <lhss«<rs» *wlH-roos l_k». ibroct
...... ...        _      ..       ,   __ ! ,    ,    : br ll* s»wa t_*ft_ reste to a nil on tbe
-.....,    !*,.„.« .nd  Thomas  8t«k. and the |_etikRlnratorwjsrRock e»w_ iheoce hy
mines, and a penoo oi p.uu«„.r -^, ,        . IbTSr-naia tea*** note to a wa.. -
velopment and activity of astonishing I Donald and  Thomas  Stack, and the JK-ikRlvarat or Mar Rock Cm* ibeow bj |
strength is practically  assured.   Im-  amount of the l-ood on it U $10,000. 'jJUjSJJ! UMmoT'tae'mw:"ta-ibV ro«t*io
mense possibiliiies io the district are i Development work will be commenrad • f"1" ■*" •* ■"' ,b*Zzilt .°1 GI^?, J^__
I ' trjrb Tois ts Bosiitrsn   d|Oip. msjuiiani sua
fullv proven lo exist, and their extent: this wees.     The  J. 8. has  a   4a-font  operxxctrimoay Waal oe the taiii tm»iw»,,
must steadily enlarge wiih with fur j shaft and 57 feet of drifting.  There ia; *>~"*« *a* eno-toM ot t£jem
ther development.   It is not question j a20-footsbaft and several open cuts on
ed that the amount of mineral l-raring. the Blue Bell, all the workings neing
ground io the Boundary made prodoc {in oie.   The R. Bell, wbich was  active to date is only a small part of quired several months ago hy Jay P
Thb Ratal. Iss-tkakcs Cot.
Thk Lo*do!( ahd Uascashim Firi
1N8CRAXC8 Cut.
Th_ l!wciiAj*«ai Cot. of No_m
Aaiouca.
Tub Utnvcm asp Casadias Fikb
Imu ran< e Cot.
Thb Srx Lira Awi-rasck Cot os
CA5ADA.
Thb Dohimou Briuimo ahd Loan
Amoctatio*.
Appraiskr fob thk Casada Pbr-
hasbst Loas ahd BjtvonaOoi
R. MEYERH0FF, PROPRIA
Ul
3Wlww8wal3plw3l»*Sr4i
KKTAHI.UHKll   1--
MAINLAND  NURSERY
COMP'
-   LADNERS.  -   BRITISH
Our
Specialties—Varieties Prafitabli
Trees Free frorn^^^^^^^
PRCHP   ASD ORNAMKNTAL TBKKS.   PLANTS l»!
Send for Free Cataloyrur.    I   E. Hit    ■    * "■*■
$10 REWARD.
THF. ibore reward will be si*.***" t<* «r jet-
ton pntat lofonoatka. ibal «ill hat «•
              of the «• ot nut     '   J2Sw_[ a ItemUti« gr»I laatm
!KStalWwS^h..-'^«j&. t^%e\Uj?n*i*gk"'«?l
^~r*m.Atxk*. awl j"0'*'"",   m »i. wluchnrajrfor ™ •>"•*-■ *■*-« *•■*■
„_ .        ''_,0"„_?';^_E__   llttmAget rmoge. atmr M-wst. ojo or .boot
ud maintain  eUasi sod oil** >t'*"'* •na tw~.^a
en. wiU powor ia wmm^.~--.-^-r.,        .   „<*rxnget ™»c "™* "	
Mrt- or oxbenrm.tail't mrry on » frneral |	
bee to date is only a small part of Iquued several monta. ^ n,f«T r. ^^'SS^i-^ ng-'SS; '
what may he found of «,u.l value. I Graves, hm all the e»ro_riis rf • iSKibn-dj^age^^wtt t^
B_ immense area of tbe mineral Ml mine. The main shaft, no- down » tog^^^&a*^,fe.?*
there will probably n»k« it. tar a lime leet. is being >unk to depth of S» ^eU g^g at eg* mag - *£%&£
alle._..tbe most extenrive -»,*du«r (A large amount of drifting has ^ \Z^m$ttP5\?^ %
in the northwest, and ai lhepr_ent!done. ^tSliZ^^T^,^^..^:^
noticeI^^^
NOTirK h. hereby mven lh»t spr.llcsM';-.
will he made to It" leKi*A*:ne A»*»mwj j
of lhe lYc.vince of Briiish I'otom'-U st lit sen
««,««foi » Pnvste Bill io iiirorp.«l» »(nm ;
-,,vit to btiiVL eijw|>- s»»inuUnjk»d "l*er»iej.!
p^epKUve rate  of devriopment the:    -^  .,  roDri(,,M(4<   -ork   Mn(, = K_fe*5^^5^-™*-^mm*'-
six. aiplishm-nt of this condition doe* do)w jn|he Myer, Crwk i'Mr'nt m ihe .-.cTwiib power to,">"*,ni.ct'no,|,„
not seem far ahead.   Thai a period of   _„ of ^p^,,,.inf c|aj„,-.. The t>ys- i ^-A^^tSSi-'or oihcr
-p*at activity has set in is evidenced u,  Butu,  hM ,.]med   d<m.„  f„t ,he i»s»**V,«^*^?^,b^ a^.''
hy the number of important deals ihat   wwtet.   The cause for so doing ha« """*      ""^"     "	
have gone throUjth here recently. C*p-:    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
X in i.jiw. ,^„.^ ,,»...->.., -. . ■ r-• -- -
nne or ijjI.«— ot rmi..»•) of «Undud turner from ]
ap(4nl al or now tbiJluuctiiorf lip (',.,.] \V»!fr ,
nr_ SutiU Kitcrt lh..uce f.,1. ,-■:,«'.!..-< .,|d ;
VS,,'tr r.x.r upj-tn-am ahoot IX mile*, throcr.
*,j„i...jC erneVrl) (hroogh X ixrirm', *hu» fr ,u, ;
the C'*>Mwater I'.iviT :.i lhe AixiAe it, lb- M'r-J
Kurk of the Oit.r  r.ixr.   Ikasas <!.,wt,  th.'
»or booiesr**f*
iai.-wuh power to coostnict. wotp. aconirt.
; imt* Bialtlals, aod opernle meliera. ral'ir
i l««.a.>ai»i_s»:__iitrtliiic otoibef ___ ,„   runvlutynm „ _
„_„.._ sent rf or« : wi,*-. power u.  W(< |Virk u |hf (r,„ Ki,„ u, ,ae man, •., • •
aTouireaadopermUrami W_d» and du.po_ ol ,b l„,l.,«in« tl,- 'mer inter lo u-janr
the tsxiSeii!«««_. S!»»CWe;K,°J^"S.' *? "•«*■'**« T*,'.'*arr*« Kirrr to OlUrfE.
"•ast*^^* "TS* jg^.:__*___Tla- '•'"•"• '•••"'rin* lh* Tol-inern llher do»n
make usfflc or other arr_aremeni' or »mai««- .,rlMm ,0 „t junction wftk xl., M—M
aate or conoecl with any lailwar «<_mt««i. ,,.,„„ „ IKU |-nn«-to«.ora. an aliernaiire
_ other compaor. or taste, pon-hw*: «r «.l><*r-   It n(1, ,„_, .^ „• junrt-oo of ibr I oW Water
,„           _   wkm *emin tbta»*eta ofanr tocb rtompanr.. |,,() N>ni)4 luac-r- fu'.lowixt tbrralif, oftbr
««"— —-,- " 7 "-'iwellaod scarry a l.r«e amount of | -^eW«tag* ^ %> ,"Jj ^ ^ ^ ^^sAt^Z_el!^
j.Kjd pnapeeU aod an equal willing-;   . fa      w Work on t\# 4i>foot I jw«ten«on and bnu»c_« »d to »«*» « < cbm* IX**, thrw; folK.wiD(r tbr 11
° . a .V       •       ,,,V-M     *'   "*■ • ^^^^ tL -_.  a_4   In la tT   aMt rtlllfrt   !0..>    IrOin    Ul       ~    .■   . t*mmm,i*     t,.   1 hm   A1X ll'. f*   f A   t *t,f
nets to invest in a large way in their tunoe( on ,he Buck
J. —,..-....,.-.,      TV., 1. th. mime, in  tha .
halists are showing every faith in its
not b«en  made public.   The Review
m .    _, „_"« e7ry f*il*' SJ5 is s.,11 waking with a large forte and
future, and there has heen a decided  ^ ^   .g          ^  ,(> ^  ^^
e«gernes« manifest of late to secure - ■  • 3
 _       . H-u,ucou.u-= Buckhorn.a noted copper
development. This is the stage in tbeipj^p^^- js prog-wiing rapidly ana
growth ofa mining camp that means; _j-| be compleied short ly. The Poland
real progress and steadily increiaing | cbiB|l hiu( a^iitt *,».„ himded oi pur
wealth." chased outright,  it is nol poeilii
    .' known which.   It is lelieved that
Whea the Poll Ta* Maa Cooes Roaad ,nown wn,c
partiet imiai and
•a-li roads, or
wharret.rai'wart.
illeT ol'
Mile or
_•*,.—- -«- •-,,   .—_-   ,,   <t,rna ireea. iwnr: ojir..-..,. ....   .«,«-»   «
err and collrct to'.'.t from all ■ Q„j;rhe«» Crwlt to lhe ttitkle of (H.e Mile or
all freighl paa-ir* over ary ,rmvrJ.wj i^m_. Xbrwet down Ihe ralle*r of
any toeh aforttw-d docs*. (>m, $jw m c,n,rr__r_l Cnrk u. Primm-om xt
•a. ferrte*. or vtme. It awwaot   ,|„ j,,,,,,,,,,,^ ,|„ Tullamr«>ar.d MJinlkaro en
Bring on your Sowing poison howl
Likewise your dagger keen—
They've laid a tax upon our poll
And gralihed our good "long gteen."
What is the use of living now.
Since Pale with rusty axe
Ha-, soaked ns wilb her hardest Mow—
This sixteenth century tax ?
A fee to nay for drawing breath
And just alive to he I
For 'scaping that collector Death
They 8ne us plunkets thiee I
With ghastly pio he scoops it in
Just when we need it here I
Farewell, farewell, our good  height
liu—
ixmrn this Utter tear.
We h*vp :, hope to help us oo—
Tb-.- wh»n tbe poll-lax man
Bas ■•-eo "...nected" and isgoae
After life's little span—
Tb -i he may reach soase torrid spot
Wh**re imps will dance whh glee.
And rr >• and ha4e bin, good and but
S_c b-idMgiMt tt-al tt-ee '.
Hl'STER It OLIVKB,
Bollcilort for App'.irant.
owners have made a caeh sale
property. It has been bonded and re-
honded half a down times within the
pasl three years. Tbe new owners are
said to be wealthy and experienced
mining men.   The Washington group
*"   "** I MUIIVISJW"*—«/ iw** * ,--j„ I IW    iwii**l(llll.     _|sii«i*i      east**     ia<««ii*-itai      viwnin
of cold nroperties has passed into  tbe ([>|   and VTairra ItMiwar CamjMiii.    will, Unev to Atpe-i Oro,e < amp. m the Toliamoen:
oi --vai t""»J emnnanv tor l**^ »Om li^ttvs As-'s-Nl °-<J« V^T'■ l!h,r I amp., and U, Topper and Kean-d,
bands of a Philadelphia   company ior I. »5^( BnU—iTolnmbla. al iu neii anarion for I u„„«,.i„. ZZa ki., ■ ' ■   —' —•■■	
-„.,... a  .x_. Tin.;, mrtmmit ahnol '. mr. mea u, mmeai make, astern ol the "l oturn
ft     iilIltT t1»Tl,ei,iei.l |»um«. .",«". u. «n re^i
ert> direction to tor diridr of Itock Creek
tl.enr* doan one of tbe tribilariw of ihf Ket
tlrlliv*Tl„th*-,\llet,rflbeKi*tUelti,er.II#,-re'
followirnr the Kcule l!:ri-r down dream lo thr I
Town of Midway, thence from the «a*i Tovn {
of Midwav a'.''ii|C ibe rallcy ol tt,r ilo-indart '
IT»»k to the City of ImrrxwtsA. and from the j
(Aid City of Ureenw.e>d in a --.lulbnaelerly direction to Ihf City „f liraiMl Kcrk» I with power
»** —*Mracl, operate aod rnainuio   I-rai-.li
Lancashire Houi
: : MIDWAY,BC : :
 ®	
The   undersigned having   taken   *■>
known   and   comfortable    hotel
patronage of all old customer*,
generally.	
BEST BRANDS  OF   l.Mjl'1''1 ^ :'
Fnrn.ee.he.teri «nd comf-rtj,blj
furnished   rooms.
FIRST CLAS^TmEAI-S  WELL S£RV ^
Thos. D.~Banbury, ProP'iel1
The Boundary Ho
NOTICE
mining men.  The Washington group I Mtmc„i,b«4wl-«lT«.MlbN-ia ITiZ
ot aoM nroperties has passed into  the   |>|   aod \r_ieni tlraiwai tomtjtfj-    «nH  ha la
OI goto protj^!....; ,      ip,*J,t»tl«ly^««.***e*<>blyofih. Hror-, 1H, „, K „, RTOOT
hands of a Philadelphia  company ior i ^'^ mtlihOolwmM*.at iuneii ao«ion for  Mo„„ui„.^nd „,h,,,,,,,_. ahd wuh t**wer Is
C-XIHSI and iheTintic aroop is about iaoae»U>a_e»4»a»oiiWit«en of the   ■_"»■"":  ,vn*4rncl. operate and maintain ail ntctaaary
gai.iJU, ano twin       ?Vl«!mn»1!t*_ mkI W-««n« &#wav oomi-itiy Art. IK"  ,,nd(|w. _»,,. »,T, ,n0 trrrin. andlomo-
to RO IO the  same people ior  **U.UV.   (j-^,,.^ of BriUA Wwrobiv   l-SS. chap. .*   .,n,ri.a<v)'ilrr, own jvid maintain whai-rei and
>pw\™„„ ia also said to be neuo-  by eiieodliif the tirat nwniionM in the aaid , inrk, ln oon^rtj,,, ih«ewiih. aod lo «a.,
Tbe company IS also sain vo ne ne»o-  ^^^rltertasplelloB^Kniihsjidnith   flr„r!.,,.n.a.^uirY-.muri,a,«l maintain«-__, ,        .
tiatinc for several properties on top-, mioa, of the railway authonwd to he tram   lml oUltT , f.^|, „„f ^M. ^^ „l,T»J„.,,,, Cs-^-s^ fjr«t •*__<_ ThfOUObOUt,
.  . by taid Art. '   -«nie on any r.a,ta.hle wttoi. and lo con-1 ***** s»»*ay ■ ■■ wS/"»kS_s»<s iw»»y
ner mountain, l   i%t—* -• t*i-*«**.o c..i'»r-Mnhfei*ih..i_k.i  —i.. a ....... .., . __,,
Midway Mail Service.
Mails rinse for alt points east at 1-3)
p. m. daily, and for all pointa west al
i p. in., Mondays,  Wednesdays   and
Fridays,
. Mails arrive from all points east at
14:10p. in. daily, and frntn all points
' west ai 2 p. in., Wednesdays, Fridays
1 and Sundays.
Money order*, and Registration close
30 minutes before above lime.
The
ToUt.
Lancashire   House,
  walsrt. and lo ooo-
mainla.n telivraph aiid
(ewenone uaetainnft Ibe root** of arid railway
and il- branchet or in cmnerik,n IlKTcwith.
. and lo Iran-mil bic*-«-*c.> for c^nincrcial p-ir
) *wwet a.Hl to collert t"Il- lltrrefor aod to ic-,.
] urate electricity and *uppl^ lifht, hat
Pictorta B. C. Deoember l(Mh..im., l^™w&*^T™
teuton forappUcuU. ;afirl'u brmticbe* »* in
and lo Irao'tnit nt*vw.*.*v* ■
\nvmt mui w> txA\rc\ mm
rrn it <i.-'''ht IT >   *:.'. -Upytt   191m   mw  awa
powfT, and lo n-nquin* min iwrive trwtn wit
Ui/lu'-v   ■ f»<ivcniin'Mil i-CTTpftrniion or wrwm* rrmtHh ill
.HIIt»HJ.    U.^4       ._„,_.-       __...__,___,__.       r.«i,la_..-    -_    .___	
...JvllDWAY.B.C-
hcell- nl ***
.^urnioiPiil  i,n,,.r..r'u  "r  in.',:. ,	
'■*■    *— ~.—* "*-   land, money. Imnnar-*. *-ri,ilc-*«a or other a*-
This is a populai hotel, and is a good I ««lai,ce in aid of ibe eon*,r*KUon of lie ion,
. _,   .    i        _.,._.        ', psny't onderlakinc. ai.d lo conned wilh and i
opening for a nm claw hotel man.: tM„ in,0 ,„_)<, m „,-,,, arraosw Knu «lth I
The furniture can l»e port hased r-ason- railway. «e«mt«t or oiber mmnaj.lw. „,„i,
inr ... .      ,.  ; for all rhrtiUs power*, and pncllnet n«.ej«ary i
xbly.    Posee-mon given December lit. '■ in or imidemal lo the premim and for other j
1 For terms, etc.. apply to j""^ Summn „ ,. i
November. I»» ^^^^^^^^^m
The Midway OohP-wT, Lto..
Midt
, b <:.
i
WtUKHI * SKNKl.KK.
SoUcitorr lor Ibt Ap|,lic*nli._
Lapp Sample Boom for
THOS. McAULEY,
pro?' -jglSTMrVH   .
I, irmi, was in town
rt. K. McBoyle are in
came
il.ian
from
lL,nKley.oftbeC.r
IjlB
law*
m&li
ataf'
■
mo. ...      ,
.. n Ci.toms officer ai
;ii».A»"«it,o'w,,"T
^lli-srk. «■*■* *" «""
Procrastination is the thief of time.
Do not put off until to-morrow what
■a-inKT-
n. depo'T
,.,..- jdge, hssgont
lihi.u"'
niining  te
nn a
New   Bruns*
^.favorable, the Mid-
band concert on
sfter
r pn
| a_ give a
Lp-ltii-eeistoa'""0"
h£^f;ary Country in general, and in Midway g FUNERAL DIRECTORS __ti EMBALSERS.
...:. Pia in »rtl« »ps«*
,„!.,._ Wssiemde*
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Ont. in *»»«•■ *-*n*,SrtaM
hoth
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,.( Oreenwood,
I  , „ |'»lu,er. ol Maple* ond.
I rosmed in Owa-Wani laU
•j tl, lUkletwn.
aod
-,   !
Windsor.
Rev. M. B.
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mtSthm. il.fhraim.Cuh.
T)rJai th'  Hotel
,i  Wthaehj,
,,(B la_sf.
• :--.• in Greenwood
,e ejiitement.   The can-
. I)., lakes and Duncan Row,
rampa-ati "ill doubtless he
j.Miemen   having
|(iM-j«J««»vdtu|*por1era.
I        .   . bring i ateo in the
! to he held to-morrow I
T, n x ■   hall,   and   A large \
• t--c.i-    A gtKsl time isj
t.i ji,.~e who wi«h to spend
S-.ngsith lhe nier,7 maskers.
• i-igb road
UunnK >nc «..•,  .-- —,
been received -f whsl may prove n he
valuable etrike- near Mi.t-'.a>.   ttrtOO*.
Snowden slid Hipp*' have l<***n d(.ing
tome work  on   the  Bruce,  which is
locaied on lbe mountain of the tame-.
name oeeriookii-f ihe town from   thej
treat, and on Saturday uncovered a
hody of rich copper "ie of a »ery high J        _       J TtT
g_deafew«ce.fro...the.,.,fv-e. a- you can ao to-day.   JNow that times
yet only a litlle woik has heen done.   ,
soil i« impossible lo say wh.tb-r there • , . .
is a ledge of the or« or .mt i.u. ii.. are improving throughout the BoUnd-
rvident  that  somewhere "n lbe bill
there is an eaceedinffly rich body of
ore.   Tbe Bruce i« owned by
ford Developmei I Company
Haas, and   bas considerable develop- j t «        . . . .
mentwovk.io*.e.«„thiii.-«..aiiemp-siin particular, tne number ot lot sales is
to strike an ore la-sly had failed.
It is
with ba*
hearing i-u«ril on   a   rUi.u   iifwr   the j
International  I.-uiwiary    fee.   ahoat   nr}/*--_e  cflfin   0-f*  11H
three miles ea.il of her.-    G..-.I surfa. « j t» **^C& 5WU  £U   UJI,
abowings have t-*-rn l.'iwd in several |
place* on the bill and a niiinlier
lo,»tioi.s liAie i»-en inaile. so if the
report pi,.re true it is possible tint
owners of them may t"- indu,-**d t.,
undertake development work. 01,1
prospector* hold the opinion thai in >t
of lhe gold washed fiom Bounds. >
Creek during the great i>l-,i.-r Itper-
alions ihere caoie fnon it, * mountain
and say thai free gold in lar**** ,|ti»aii-
ties musl eli't tberr tuUISWhrl*. 10
reward tbe fottun.ite nnr,.-r whi
all ikes it.
The imp.r'ance of the-- *trikes. ie I
obvious.   I'pvi the present, alih.rtigli |
Midway    has es.elient nitiiral faoi,-j
tie* as a »hipi>ii>|£i-»int. «" nnne tteatv; [
than Toruda creek have leen  -dared j
on a shipping l«et«, n,.i U- *o*e itier.  .
are no sign- id minenl. hat  beosnae
ihenumeroot proper* ies »taked h»ve
not l-earn deve|..|»d. and  it   is hope,!
ihall Ibis it hot  the l-eginning ol ■Otfc
which   may   shortly  MMasa   greater
proportion,'.
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Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums, il
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ge Slot
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SS__T?-f5£^|daily increasing, and not only will the
but the most desira-
' j ble locations will be disposed of. I nvest
now and sho^r your good judgment.
For prices and terms apply to
T.  BflL   ca-xiLLE-sr   Ss  CO.,
COPPER STfifET. GREENWOOD.
t>«w>OO00^0C«*$<!
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An Unpleasant Alternative
An aninaii'R U(**u«  linirnw nssiehea
i me from   a   solairlaio   cbnn li   «iu '■■
•hall r»» nam'■.•■ — ■    il is a church antl.
-,-i|{b r**»«l  het»een'. a miied choir ami lb» l*di - ti   " *t   1
•   ad the graded pot- a««(r_t itrmg  arrayed   in   e..tpln	
vt  -   h'.'k wa-ron rt»d bas  perhapa unwilling   to   he   W^rfuillHd
■ ••(•'..lly.and M i«ei|»,t    -t tl, th" it' -i.'i- ■ - * "I lhe rh.»o : (v r
\ i aii am r» nmpie- baft OaomaM tht] pr»-fe,r<il       -,-
^  i- te-ing d-rne at Ihe  mote    tathk ij i   I ',,--..      Tie-
.1 ..i (omptny,  »h,.  . ervymsi.   c '...bated   tbe Hr».'"n'ei t.
inner shipi>in*t "re to tbe bw ansa* tone, afed i ha-n,   finally Umi
.!iip«iiy'««iueller aa'iUrwn lbe law"*i,rpb"-s ■■    I
-•   »n in. Tb» l».e»hin(* .Ian s-la .( the awtased
.•■  M n-^lrd across Kel-j-boir «c«*--ptrU lb<- M-|-'JU     U.n.l. n
■I > i.itt-tr Mai   the eoinn-iv   Tiuth.
■. .   '   Ideal   ra Sin^d a  eule
re of nood With, tbtee
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unci  bas  tven  a«ard-d  In
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(Mxanttc Enterprise.
Jay P. ltr.tre« . f   lhe li".--' On
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!the syndicate of *l.:»«i.'Mit   yMin.ii,
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thai a charter w..uM t»- ,.l.t ,,ned iwxt
•essHHi of the Hnti-h  I olnmbia t**iri»
latnre  for  -rran'inu   a    i.„,*-.'l .iat.,1
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I wilh a capital '.f fifteen ■fllinaa,   J. n
MIDWAY   SAWMILL
''inKmslfh f*r nve rhiikeiia
l amusasirnt  fm- ji-r-at sp.irts
I T-i. ■ '* .,1 me wm dene
[Urge, tbe ■..- ..,,,, ukinj •_,.
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. thus tnakii.g a small target a
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,,' •!,. __.    -ra. a    -pmperUe»»reimlun<->l tn the amalga
be '.-t.   The remainder   '     r        ,. „   .    .    ,   .
,„„,,„, _,,i .,.._ , ination— hunt'   Ihi.   tM   Ir-.n- I- -
laanwat «ill likely produce some   _        „    ,     ,. ,.
ow- r liray R«gle.  tiriiil.y s.oelter,  Orand
k, F..rksandOasnmlawanttti nsnntilla,
la «day eiemng lart, m one of ■  Wuif ^A,„   H,    Cametttdmt ****■
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e.,!irrtbeY. ¥.(.'. A.
ii- "Wrved a man standinit
Wer which formed lbe cimnev-t i
fi  •■«*'!.   ,rra«n-u-urn sh-ftj
-■ wlnrh it used ua store-'
kl| entered ibehnwe, '
• im.ty  folf,  mishnotee.l
!'.   He disrovered the
in Ihe yard b,n no longer
*ixl when tbe aforesaid I
Lequime & Powers, Proprietors.
saiion is effected the eon p-»ny will le
I in a posit i"ii to di*x*us« innl'eo.
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T. M. GRAVES. Prop.
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United
"I see that » S'. lmd*otwopafKI
says lhat when Anna   lied   r**ach>*>
that  City  she wiU  wi-ar the j* a: 1 lt-,1 :
»._lge given her hy Ihe Shah 1 f I'ervia.
the ,.rd*-r of th.- Una «nd ihe Sun."
'I>ne»li'l lhat seeiulikeani-Hrerii, lv
costume—even for Anna :~
Band Sawingand Job Work done to order
Tdeph ne S'a  u.    !•' phone orders ^Pl
noon.
■rz Saddle -:-sc= for  5ale,
If-mi iKiiclu.t a   _«■**.    M'.„1 me   the brand  ■■ ■ ■'■    I   •*   i" *«
coiintrv   it nil! be f'.iuu!.
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1 thefmea and bit the
•tie di-erUoo .rf the sawmill.
""- !T « fllMiade ,,f
'Hartledat,,,,,
; it *'acted oft m a 140' **" aasimiUiing it*. h.,n,iii a pmrei.
*'th the pur-.„er rl.sw upon iu '      •"H"'    "f '"    "•aH*»f   ***•   lirii'l'
when finally ihe youuc man  ••"'* weal of Midway  In  the powers
shindy given in   r»«p.ct   ,,f  P. lin--
Notke.
The t'..|uii.l n .-, 1 t Weal.*— |Uil»ay
the I'aiiutn.ei'l
for  an
'«,e aiainia,
holleu.   Thei,'00,r"ny wtl1 "•'■>1> l"
■11 lot Canada ai its next
THE
MIDWAY NEN\S
upon its
youuff man
bo_« he aaa hi. mt.
intiine the wmid*
■ • 'ke, h».| ro«d.
cinstruct»d Kast lejthat point, • '•'  nd
i*>»«1 (jj, '••'I'be lime within whi, li i-n. a     ■
p'ete its railway*, and aatnoritii t ■'■
Books
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mas iree rntertainmem,
J wnc-uiwed f,v K„d4y „enirig
' '..  pnMsH lo be   the
( u' "' the Lmd rvw b,.|d ^^
*'*• *''e,dance is haiked for.
■•waitiH
paieit-
I'Migramme has  Iwen
I'i ruMniri *„. h  branch's  fi "in .vi>
at Ua lines nol rxcecdlnc in soy      -
ca.«e thirty i.,il»» n, length te are from
dan to time amli ni'-d bj the <>  >.-,
nor in OonncA,and fm otbei pwrpeees.
H. I'AMI'HKI.I. OSWALD,
da Secret iry.
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Rav. n. l'(Marr«r j     AppHcatlona  tor Certificates of
Taiaaan . Improvement.'..
»taL2Wr,> »_.'____'!       Notic*.  ad>erti-.*d   111   thU week's
MoJtc,    ,I"*T,,*,J';.*lriV.VN.-|Jalvth,~.,.f :
chriMieOraiiMs,   White Knight. Kr,i_* Mojntain.
r-r.*.kleWar.no.l,i%.PM",rli    "ml    »«'""Hi-*'"-    ***9"
t'■';... Mi,t-rav iia_t   Mountain.
Tabkaa      Big Bug, Camp M, 'C nnev.
'      *;-..,.        ■**" HelvlU* ;    Riiaie, Fairview.
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THOHAS WALKER. Proprietor.
All the best brands of
Cig-ro and Tobaccos kept
constantly on hand.
t_lt.st shades and pat*
tor-ni, oi 'Asll Paper now in
stock.
Seunili  Street. Midvsdv.
CafiG
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Idaho   and     Wnahiagtn
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PROPRIETOR'
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CHRISTMAS DINNRR trill 1 rwl
al Crimeir*. Hot.•'. from ."> t ■ 7 p in
Hoi 1 hi, ken -upper .1 1 ■'■ ■ ■ ' 1
lhi*»e attending the ui*s.|iier«ile
ball.
.  ,:- Jlj   1 1 and is » *i"
the M.iiuiy.   Oood ilaWlng.
pplng place  for -•'<*■'
(..-.-.i Ibhil I In
.,.et.iv of the rSoic^ brands of liquors an
.   - BOUKDAR- FALI*S, B. C.
S1TIATKUAT MUl
»nd citntrs at the bar
The Pioneer Newspaper of the
Boundary  District  only
$a.oo per year* Votiow.
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Siniu Mixkhai. Claim.
Sltuat. In bvoyoos Mining Division of Yal.
Ulstrict.   Where Located:  Al Fairvlew.
TAKK NOTICK that I. Charles tie Blots
Green. _ went tor (loorgii A. ii,„.«-,
free miner's cerlillealo N'o. IXitnio, tntimit,
slxt)' der* from tho dato l,.-,e,,f. lo apply
lo the Mining Recorder tor u oerlillcatnof
ImtirovumuntK, for the purpose ot obtaintii','
a Orown Krotit of the abovecluttii.
Anil fnriher take notice thnt action, uniler
teet ion 37, imi-t be roinnienoed before 'he Ihhu-
anco of such certificate of  improvement*.
Dated thi. '30th day c t AugiiM. 19011.
17c CHAS. imn. QltKK**:.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
irotloe.
Dominion Minkiiai. Claim.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale district.    Wliere locaied :  Camp
Fairvlew.
J-AKK NOTICE that I. Ohas. de II. Or ,
n* aKei.t f'»r the Dominion Oousotldatod
Inc. Co., free miner's oerllfloate No. iiMf'JI,
Intend, sixty ilny* frou. tho date heroof. i"
apply to the Mining Recorder for u Certificate
of Improvement,!, for the piirpose of obtaining
a Crown Grunt of the nbove elnlm.
And further lnke notice thnt aotion, under
acclion 37. must bo commenced   before the
Issuance of sueh Certificate of linpro" eiiients.
Dated thi? 3UIh dny of September, ItKK).
23c CHAS. null. OltKKN.
Mineral_Act 1896.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTIOB.
Pkacocr- and HHADUOHT Minkhal Claims.
Situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale Dlstriet. Where located : On Kruger Mountain,
TAKK   NOTIOB Unit I,   Charles  deltlols
Green, as ,i|*cnt for William Keller, free
miner's oortlfloate No. H5797, ami for George
Bagel,   free   miner's ccrllflcale  No.   nixl
intend, sixly days from lhe
apply io the Mining Itcconler
of improvements, for the pur]
Rio llru Minkhal Claim.
Situate In tbs Kettle River Mining Division ot
Yals Dlstriot,  Where loeaied : - Camp
McKinney.
TAKK NOTICK that I. W. H. Norris. for
myself, free miner's certiflcnlo No. IW1U
and as agent for A. Megraw, free minor's eeni-
llnilu No. C»«i3, and .Mrs. I. M. Maedonal.l, free
miners oortlfloate No. Bantu. Intend,sixty dan
from the date hereof, toapply Ui thc Mining Itcconler for n cerlilleale of improveinenls. for the
piirpwo of obtaining a Cro»n grant of Ihe
j aboveelaim.
And further take notice that action, under
I section 37, must lie commenced beforo the
. Issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated thlH SOth day of August, 1IKKI.
Ifjo W. H. NOHUIS.
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If
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
I Occidental Minkral Claim.
SltAs In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Tile Dlstriot Where loeaied: Camp
Fairvlew.
J AKK NOTICK that I, M. R. Sadler, ns ngcni,
for H. T. Bhutan, free miners e, rtlllinie
j>o. xtHtsn, Intend, flud:i)-a from thr date hereof,
i to apply to the Mining Kocorder fora Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim.
! And further take notice that aclion. under
; section 37, must be commenced before Ihe
1 issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
I   Dated this 31st day it August, I9U0.
7o M. K. SAIH.Klt.
writ:
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Beaiitifolly stated at the conHnenee of Boundary Creek and Kettle River.
ILL BE The most imP°rtant railw;'y town in the Kettle River Minin*
The Western Terminal and Divisional point of the Columbia & Western
and Manufacturing centre of the  Kettle River
ision,
t\ailw;
ppiy to the Mining Hecorder for a.Certificate
f ImprovenieiiN. for the purposi;
a Crown Grant of Ihe above claims
late hereof,
ir a Certitk
ise of obtaining
And further tako notice that nclion 'imler
section 37 must lie commenced before the Issuance of such Con incite of improvements.
Dated Ihis 17th day of July, 1000.
13c CHAS. deB. (IKKKN.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of  I mprovements.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
NOTIOB.
II„i|sKvi,v Minkkai. Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District.   Where located:   Camp
Hedley.
TAKK NOTICK Ihnt I, Chas. deltlols Green,
as agent for K. It. \\ ollastou, free miner's
certiiicate No. B'.*-S,8!B, and ('. II. Arundell, free
miner's certificate No. nffl.Si'i, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to Ihe Mining
Recorder for a Ccrtifleato of Improvements,
for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
tho above claim.
And further take notice thnt action, under
section :I7, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certlflcate of Improvements.
Dated this Ith day of N'oromber, 1900.
Sc CHAS. deBLOIS GRKKN.
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The
The
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for   Upper   Kettle River,  West   Fork   and Cainp \[( ^
Wholesale Supply and Manulacturing centre oi tne  settle Kiver and |>„
Creek Districts.
distributing  point
■nining camps.
nearest Railway lown to  Republic,   Meyers   Creek,   Palmer  Mountain
Northern   Washington mining  camps.
leading residence town   in   the  country, with an  excellent   climate,
supply and  favorable sanitary conditions.
inney
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Business, residence and gaitfen lots at low prices and on easy terms.
SKNIi rOR MAI'S. PRICKS AND rTI.I. 1'AltTICI'I.ARR TO
A.M.
WOVKNDKN, Si'i'i'itjiiy,
:«i St. John Street,
Montreal, V
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CROU8K,
ent for British I "l,unl,in,
Ml lw»y, It. i
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Notice
St. .Ions Minkkai, Claim. j
Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division of ■
Yale  District.   Whore  located:  About j
seven miles above Beaverton on the west
side of Beaver creek.
TAKK NOTICK that I. Forbes M. Kerby, tv*
agent far Elmore OoUior, froo miner's cer-'
tificftte Xo. B2W18, John  O.  ThnmiKon,  freo ,
ralnert certificate N'u. B296M, and w niter Stir- |
lincf, froeiniaor'aoortiflcate No. irt-MW], intend,
Bttty days frnm tbedute hereof, toapply to Ihe
MiniiiK fteoordor for & Certificate of Improvy-
mentfl for the purpose of obiuining a Crown
Grant of the above claim*
And further take notico that aclion. under
section .'17. must  be ootnmenced before the
lssuanoe of mieh Certificate of Improvements,
Hated this 30th day of November, I9D0.
6c HOKBKS M. KERBY.
W. H. WEBB,
«___
Practical
MINERAL ACT, 1896,
Certificate   of   Improvement*.
«ro_*ic_a.
Idaho asp WASHINGTON Mixkhai. Claims.
Sltuato In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale Dlstriet.   Where located :  Beaver
Creek Camp.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Forbes M. Kerby, as
went fur Tliu K.nindary and Beaverton
Mining t'o.. Limited, non Mrsonalll&bllltj.free
miners ceruftcate No. altrim. inion'l sixty dure
from the dale liureof.lo upply to the Mining Ito-
cnrilerfar .1 certificate of improvement*, fur the
purpose of obtaining 11 Crown Grant.of thc
above claim.
And furlher lake noliee that netion, uniler
Motion   :I7.  11111-I   !« commenced before Ihe
issunnce of such eertitlcate of improvements.
Dated this ffltb d.iy of November, 19(10.
70 FOIlIiKS M. KERRY.
WAGON HND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
■ ♦I
Repairing
OF ALL KIND8
Promptly   and   Neatly
Executed.
*g- CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY..
ToC. A.Peterson, late uf Eholt Creek in Yalo
district:
Sir: You ire hereby notified that we have
expended $H_.."in in labor and impTOVOmeat-
upon the "Hig Windy" Mineral Claim, Mtuuic
to Providence Cainp, In tbe Kettle Kiver Mm
big IMviiiiun of Yale District in Brilbh Colum*-
bia, in order to hoh! siid claim under tbe pm-
vUionti of Section _4 of the Mineral Art, Hiieli
being thc amount required to hold the wvjd
claim for the year ending April S, Iimi.
And if at thc expiration of ninety (BQtdtya of
publicMionof this notie. yon fail or refuse to
contribute your proportion of the expenditure.
required under said section _4. tctgether with'
all jo-ts of :i(lver>i-.ini'. your IntUwa in ttaid
claim shall beootno restod in the sub**oribers
(your co-owners) under Section 4 of tbo "Mineral Act Amendment Aet. lUtw."
Dated at Midwav, ft. ('., this loth day of
Deoeinher, I9UU.
HIGHLAND QD1SSN COKSOUDATED
MIKING AND MIIJ.INU CO.
O. I* Thomkt, Manager.
6rc J. A. Lnhwoutii.Becretary,
LEE CHUNG
LAUNDRY,
MIDWAY, B. C.
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