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 MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, JUNE. 4.  1904.
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$2.00 per Year.
CONSTRUCTION
You in Suits
We have just c.pened up a large shipment of
Ready tO Wear SuitS made by one of Canada's
best clothing manufacturers, who own their cloth mills and are
enabled toplace the goods direct to wearers with all middlemen's
profits cut out and giving us the opportunity of saving you
from $2.00 to $5.00 a suit.
These suits comprise Tweeds, Serges and Cashmeres,
nude in the latest style and sewn with silk and linen thread
and filled with NEW CENTURY pockets which prevent
bagging!
Prices from $13.50 to $8.50.
Hats and -Taps.        	
We have a splendid line of men's hats, Straws, Felt hats in
stiff, soft, and crush, including Stetsons'
Prices from $5.00 to $i.7S
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" TANGLEFOOT "
The drudgery of Housework disappears where it is used.
Once Used It Becomes
There
A STICKER
is no getting over
it.    1
Always Fresh and in Stock at
Thomas Drug Co,    Midway
PUflii-illalilili
Of The Road Between Curlew and Midway
BE COMMENCED
At Midway Next   Week-Engineers Looking Over The Road
West ot Here - C. P. R.
Growing:   Uneasy-
Midway -Vernon
Going*   to
Build
Actual construction on the
inc of railway between Midway
anb Curlew will begin next
week. Elaborate preparations
for the building of the road are
being made. On Wednesday
about thirty teams with outfit* and supplies arrived in
Midway, and Thursday four
carloads of outfits were brought
in. More will follow in the
course of a few flays and the
entire distance between here
and Curlew will shortly be the
scene of great activity, as it is
the intention of the Great
Northern to have trains running
into Midway over its line by
the end of October.
Two of the head engineers of
the Great Northern left on Tuesday to go over the line from
here west and it is generally
supposed that work will not
stop with the completion of the
line to Midway but that the
line will he extended on to the
("oast.
The sudden decision of the
Great Northern to start construction is causing tho C. P.
K. some uneasiness mid there
is little doubt but that it will
be building in the near future. In
this connection the Nelson News
says:-
That there will be considerable
railroad construction is evident
from-movements that are now
being made. The Canadian
Pacific railway and the Great
Northern railway have evidently
renewed hostilities after a
peaceful period which has lasted for some months. Everywhere that their interests clash
along the frontier line between
Canada and the United States
tht r« is a contest on.
The Great Northern has let
the contract for a branch to
Phoenix in the Bom ...y
country. Patrick Welsh is on
the ground at Grand Forks for
the purpose of letting sub contracts and it is evident that
actual construction work is to
be commenced soon.
The Coast Kootenay road
will lie a bout! of contention
lietween the two roads. It is
said to be the avowed intention
of the MeBride government to
let James J. Hill, of the Great
Northern construct the line for
the reason that he asks no subsidy from the province and all
that he desires from it. is tho
guaranteeing of the bonds.
The fear that the Great
Northern may build this line,
wkich will open u_j such a valuable country has aroused the
Canadian Pacific to action. It
is now said that Marry E. Mae-
lonell, freight agent in the Ko-
•31 otenays for the Canadian Pacific
I railway, is to make h reconois-
sauce of the country from Vernon to Hope in the interests of
his road. Ho will travel on
horse hack and visit all the leading towns and mines in tho
Okauagan and Similkameen
sections for the purpose of ascertaining the tonnage and
tralic which is awaiting a railway. Then he will cross the
mountains to Hope. The trip
will occupy two weeks,
Although Mr. Macdonell is
very reticent as to what his
observations are to be used for,
the knowing o^ics say that it
will result, if the traffic and
tonnage in sight warrant it,
and the country is found to bo
in the advanced stage which its
friends allege it to be, in tho
Canadian Pacific at once beginning the construction of a line
westward from Midway and
than will build through tho
Jiianagaii atid Siiiilxamian
valleys and over tin in uritaitu
to a junction with the in tin line
at Hope. Whether this will
result in heading off Mr. Hill
from   b.iildin,"   tV) C ust-Iv • .>•
t.otuy road, or whatnot- b.itli
the Canadian Pacific extension
west of Midway and tin C>nt-
Kooteuay lines will iu c. instructed rein tins to bi seen.
It is evidout, ho waver, tint at
least one of these roads will b >
built.
Another road that is receiving
attention is the Midway-Vernou.
On Tuesday Halph Sinailes, one
of the promoters of   the   road,
.'Mid who bus   Im'i-h   in    Hnglnnd
and New York for the past six
mouths, left Midway to go over
the route accompanied by F. H.
Ila/.i'ii, chief Mutineer for tho
Company that is to construct
he road. If the Engineer's report confirms Mr. Sinailes' des-
I'iption of the proposed route,
work will be started at Midway
in July. As the road carries a
large subsidy, both Dominion
and Provincial, and as it is an
easy road to construct, possessing the advantages of tapping a
rich mineral, ranching and
fruit territory, there is every
reason to beleive that every
thing is favorable for construction starting in July, less than
sixty days.
Work will be pushed on tho
Phoenix spurwithequalrapidity
as on the Midway-Curlew road
as will be seen from the following taken from the .Spokesman
Review.
Work will be pushed day and
night on some of the contracts
for the Grand Forks extension
of the V., V. & E. railroad. As
most of the work is heavy rock
work there are many places
where night shifts of men can
be worked advantageously,
The officers of the road are
anxious to have the extensions
completed and in operation before the close of the season.
Patrick Welch, representing
the general contractors, returned yesterday from Grand Forks,
where he let several subcontracts.
The subcontract for the spur
from Grand Forks to the Granby
smelter has been let to Andrews
& McDowell, who have also the
contract for the first one and a
half miles of the Phoenix
branch. Moston Welch has a.
subcontract for one mile of the
Phoenix branch, Henry Bole
has a subcontract for 6000 feet,
Johnson oi   Anderson   have   a
contract  for  four  miles,   and
Continued on page !),
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MR. BORDEN'S NEW POLICY , ,-J
1 Iere is  the   kenit 1  ol the1) ■''
new Conservative policy:
"If it is the will of the people j *'
of C 'n;ida. ;is declared by their ; \'. j
voice at the next election, that i :v.
another railway from ocean to ' jg|
oce in shall be built, owned ami j ?'-
controlled by   the   pei pie   of j* -   '
* HAtiLEY SANCH, WASH
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vl-^'CANABIAN B^fi OF COMMER
ill,
the
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Canada( a:id not by the Grand I     i
Trunk Railway   Company;   il ' ...
it is the v.ill of the people that < w
\\ i;li \>'h -ii is Amalgamated
'  !   THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMB;
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HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO.
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we    snail   assume   not   omv
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.'ate Resources (30 Nov. 1903)ovi
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nine-tent is but ten-tenths
tin- ol fixations nee -• try
construct another
1   ;&s !>i&S^S^?'~^^: '-^^lIlF^lSS^s^sr
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ntal mad and bv that means M   "tot tho GOLD BiJST'$w&G tfo-ysur worlu"   ffi
HtM — K*ar 1
ent
tnown and control a  national  $5
3\i
railway from   the   Atlantic to
the Pacific,    the  Cons irvative
party if   return   It    power is
prepared, in ac   rd.tn   i
the   will  of   the   peoj     ;oex-
pressed,    to   p'ace   upon   I
statute ii i ik    :   :. in t I i  •- .  i
legislation as will    na      t   it
result ; > be ice mplish :d wi:h
the le est p .ssible   delay.      It
is for the  people    to    decide
We shall abide,    indeed    we
must abide, by   their   verdi t,
but let them  understand that
they have a choice,  that   the
door is not   | rsed     By expro-
priuion or by  any   other  fair **
and just poli :v w ■ sh ill      .":".
out the will of the p ople.    Let
them determiii •   wh :ther {' .-.-
ada shall have i  G >v  mi i :nt-
owned railway  or   a   railway-
owned Government."
MR. FIELDING'S OPINION.
In reply to Mr. I! irden's
speech advocating government)
ownership of a transcontinental railway, Mr. Fielding   said
U)   DON OFFICE
NEW 1'OliK AGENCY
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WM. GRAY |
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II. B, WALKER
16 EXCHANGE PLACE
r,i addition the Hank has 107 branches and Agencies inCa
and the United States, including the following in British 0
• ' - .i id til*. Yukon Territopy:
•Ai.tlX.    GREENWOOD,    NELSON,    VANCO UYER (2 offirJ
.■■j... ybrui.'K.      kamloops,        new westminsteJ
DAWSON,       XAXAIMO. LADYS.Mll'H, VICTORlI
FERNIE, WHITE HORSE.
BRANCHES IN THE UNITED STATE.'J
NewYork, 5an Francisco, Portland, Seattle, 5ka"»j.
D^jysits received,  exchangoi       lit and'sold and   everv   I*
script-am of bumkhig business iransueted.
Greenwood Branch
W   ALLISON, .N\ana-ri
. . "... ;•-..•- floors and
■-' :. ? batle, .".-.a: as a pia
Made only by
Cbisigo,   .Vet.7 Voii.   £
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LXERAL
that pnbli
:   opinion was   n it
ripe for it.
The  Government
may be .-.'
to correctly inter-
provements.
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pret public opinion in this mat-	
ter of   i   tr; nscontinental  rail M
way, b .1 if the\   ire it '■ ab   il
the first time the Libei il p i
ty have correctly  gaug  i  tl    f""r{ '"'
public    mind.    In    13/S   Si'
John A. MacDonaid   was  re-1
turned to  power.    His  policy T.
of a protective tariff for (' ^ t- s.
di in industries and   development ol  interprovincial   t a :■■ ~r ■
triumphed   over  the revenue
tariff policy of his  o] | onents. -■
The national policy was  again
endorsed py the pe< pie in 1882
and 1S87, but the 1    eralle 1 I
ers would not adopt :..    In : ■   "
91  their policy was      r< stri t-
ed reciprositv with the   I -nit • I
States which   was r
the people  including  m n\   of   ft   -
the  most   pr m      it  Lil ;ral     ■  > ,
;n the Dominion.    I -   •
'it public opinion ti'.-     reri     '    ft
to adopt the   n ui< ha]   pol        ;.
Yet in 1896 when the Lil
party   were ■       •  ■   .
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 ■■Hall, of Republic was in
__£ during the week   lot
the prospects foropei -
■■■very Btable here.
■ '•r.iii:.ph;.ui le»" on Fri-
Bo assessment   work   on
'^"'.'iail!    sil in'..-'Hi Kellv B3J2friaTirS,CSi^Wagry"'gg. '"■■ ;^i     Stepping place for Stages, to
ptheV,   ,F.„k. '    FHE MObT .DELIGHTFUL   WAY TO CROSS THE CONTINENT     fgW^WmjN^^ ami fro 1, Boundary
|aily starts will shortly Through Salt Uke City, Qleenwood Spring, Leadville, Pueblo, h&^g&t'-t&i ■ ;^ks;^"^r"^ Creek points,
lliVDioIUD 11UIC1
Rock Creek. B. C.
S. T LABSEN, Prop.
Irteu   between  here and
Kirk   &   Wilson will
Colorado Springs and Denver
:ti£Z*l £.A DaylisKt pide TKrov,gK Nature'sMGaiH Good Accommodation for the Traveling Put*.
top McKinney, will oper-
| other.
Passing Castle Oate. Canyon of The (irand,"Tennessee Pass,
Marshall Pass and the.Royal Gorge
Yule Lumber Compauy »S _
irtly put in a large saw- J     _TR*WS DAILY BE™EEN 0GDE* AND DENVER       2
Midway on thesjteof that Equiment ano:Service Second to None ~    \
pug to \Y. Powers,  which spt.-o
bunit-il some montus ngo.
. PofWerssold tin- site to that
npuny this week.
EK   NO    FURTHER.   FOP    BETTER    CANT    BE,  FOUND
For Detailed.Information.' Address
V>.C.  McBRIDE,   General   Agent
i corps of Great   Northern  ^ Thjrd StrMl
veyors under Engineer Whir
Bbe left    Mitlwav o.i   lues-       '       ' —•	
Ki.g<...v,r th, iini- „f thf        DR.   SIMMONS, The Fair Poute
•L«fc i\. west   nf  here,    it  i-
Ijpd that construction  on DEXTIST
ad   from   here    to     th
PORTLAND,   OREGON
via Chicago or New Orleans to
..  ,, ,, . St Louis, is   the one that rives
Rkndell Block, Greenwood.        ., . ■-'
ill be commenced   this you the most for your money,—
Phone 96, v. * s. and the fact tbat'thi ILLINOIS
  CENTRAL  offers unsurpassed
C. J. LEGGATT, service via these points  to the
Ir sbophere     This  firmIBARRISTER AT LAW> WORLDS  FAIR, and  in   this
funis & Co. are   making
rations    for    opening    a
eon tract for  supplyuig connection to all points beyond,
at used on the construe- SOLICITOR and        ' makes it to your advantage be-
the Midway-Curlew road. ,.,,.„, ,,„ I)T-I)TT/,   fore making final arrangements.
m will also erect slaughfc- v e can otter the choice of  at
sis a short distance south MIDWAY,                              B.C.  least a dozen different routes.
town. 1	
inailes and H. 0. Haz- p   M. KERBY
Midway on Tuesday  tt , .. ,_...... _
Portland, Oregon
B. EL TitrMBn.i.,
Commercial Agent.
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
pr    •<	
I way - Vernon.      Mr
is one of tho promoters
road and  Mr.   Hazel. Ls
■ngineer for the company
litis riic contract for its
_,ru i-tion. JUTcLEOD & BROWN,
proposed  route   of
Vernon        Mr -"ROVINCWL   Lanii    SURVEYOR
ano
CIVIL    ENGINEER.
Offl cat Gr\xd Forks,
BARR18TEK
Grkenwo I-. B.
ti res   litis commenceo
■    tlie   logs,   which   last
iter he cut on several ranches,;
media"' ly across   the   Inter-
ioii.ii   imundary  line    from
ray.   They   will be   taken
the Kettle river   to  Cas-
•ind there sawn into   luni- Certificate   of   Improvements
Quite a I&rge number of
will   be   engaged   on   the
J. C, LlNIiSKY.
T.F.&P. A,
Portland,Ore.
Paul B, Thompson,
F. & P. A..
Seattle,   Washington.
Tourist
Cars East
Many experienced travelers
preter tourist sleeping cars
tor the transcontinental
journey.       The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway
c in arrange for your trip
east in tourist cars, offer you
choice ol routes and save
you money.
H. S. ROW E,
General Agent.
134 Third Street,  Portland
Spokane Falls Morten "d"-*
r -TO AND FK0.M ALL-
Points   East
MINERAL ACT.
Railway C
Nelson k Ft,
VIA
STOTIOB.
Mm nt Adam-   MtXERAL Claim.
Situated In the Osoyoos Mineral Divisor.
|itc is a   decided   improve-
in    business     in   Midway        of Yale  District.    Where  located
kthe letting of the contract *"w Mountain.
,.,.."       .    , ., T"AKI': NOTH'K that I, 0
building >n the railway I „. ,u.(l.,t tor A. w. t
AKK NOTICE that J, ('has. deft Breen,
,uo.  Prcr  Miner'1
MINERAL AC
Certificate   of   Improvements
NOTICE.
Butcher ii iv   Moek .i.  Claim
Co.
• W * TTTTrTY, ,TV-.TTTT, 1.TT .-"r
i nhere and Curlew.   The
arc doing a good business
lany inquiries are  being
for town   property.   The
sty days   will   make  a
It difference in Midwaj       d
fre the end of the summer .-*
one of  tin'   'nost  pros-
■  • town s in '. • interior.
i railv   .•   ■   '-.n  no place
interior oi   British (lift    v ill ' ■   ible to compete
i.l. -Uty days from   Situate ir.   the  C-re.:
M:
f.l!
Red Moiiiuai1! Raiiway Co.,
Washington & ft. M. By.,
Van., Vic iE. By Co.
The  only  all  rail   rente  betw -■•
points past, WPft mid south to Ross-
, land, Nelson, (irand Forks and Republic   Oounecls at  Spokane  with the •
Ureal Northern. Northern Pacific and
"J.. ,     0. '!. & N. Ou. for points east,  »vst
f Ket"   and south iq one is U Roaland and
■ Nelson with I  -' inndi in Pacific By.
M-I...X1
SHORT LINE
TO
ijr, I9W
ell. lillKKN.
fch   Midway.
Aiiion''    the
I'tt-rs for railways to build
in this point are : The Great
Ithern, from here to Cu lew;
|V. V. & E. from he 'e to the
1st; the C. P.P. from here to
Coast: the Midway-Vernon
ay and a line from here
Yucon.   This makes ti'.
Construction Will Be Commenced
Burns &   Jordan  have   a contract for the terminal grounds
at Granby and the last five
miles of the road, The rest i t
' the work will be subcontracted
within a few days,
"It will require from 1500 to
2000 men and some -'": teams to
j p.
MINERAL ACT.
ilo the
work   within the   time  Certificate of   Improvements,
.     ., specified in the contract   and
if projected railway start-   '        , ....    ,.,.
,       \i ■       .      \    • i the   subcontracts,     said    mi
trom   this  point,  besides ... , ,       ,.    „..    •    ,i     p„„
. ,  ,     .        '      ., Welch at hisoflnce in the I ey-
H'ly having one railwav en- ,,    ,  , • i,    ..si,,,,,,!,',.
1    ,       h • ton block last night,   "huppuei.
pj  i.. town. will be purchased principally in
l-.hwinetand  D..0. Mite- L^^^ territory aud shipped
turned on Ihursuay from .^ ^ ^^ _ve_ thp Grm[  ^
88 Uke, where  they   bad Northern in bond.   I expect to      ran
obtaining spawn to stock rt,run] to Qrand;Forka tomor-      ''."
'oarj'creek with flbh above row or next day to   look' after    I
hln at Boimdary Falls aiul t)l(1 in.tUgllration  of the  work.   .'" "
-'   Lake   Mr.    Mitchell   is     ..()n behalf  of the  railroad   r-
^dntepdent of the hatchery company   the   work   will be ;;  |*
"''ni'J'i Arm.   While on his snpervised by   James H.  Ken-
J;'met with the ilisagree-     '      civil   engineer,   of   St.   ',
8 wpeneftke of being poison- '   •        ..      .7        .,   „...
wthnni.,        i       7 • i   t „• Thomas, -New Brunswick. «no ...
."" poison oak,   which   n>i |"11""
'"w affected his eye sight so got here last week. Eft will oe
wmake him totally blind, !iSsisted by four assistant en-
}1' he
ConnectJ at »l«»n with the K. P.. \ >'.'
Co-for K"" ASl ' |:'U";   ,  Spokane, Seattle and Coast Points,
Connects at   Curli-«   with   itage   tot     r I '
ItaflM e»r run  on  train,  between   St.   Paill,     MintieapOliS,     ChieagO
Spokane and Itepubllc.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14, 1903; AS"'POINTS EAST
2Ti-alnB Daily  n
Faat   Time   _
-i "■    KAXK a-Wl '"■■   \{ev Equip-nen: Throughout, Day Coaches,
. m. ■   SS .AN'II. '. ' : Palace and Tourist Sleepers. DlHtngand
-' v * I 1?1- Buffet Smoking Library C
'_ : ''... RgPUBLIC. aiip.m For Tickets'Rates. Folders and Poll
Information, call on or arf'.r s.
An\ Aitcnlotthi Great   Northern   Railway
it. HKAST'T.   '.P. tt T. Agent
I SrOKiNK, Wash.
S.O, YKP.KK.S. Ci. W. T. A.
UTTtE, W.isn.
TOCONSUMPTIVES.
—C.   A..   JACHTSOHr,
WANTED
NOTIOB.
A   in u;  '     n
Gkkatkst Nobse
MIDWAY and -
and iski
. ni   "Canada s ;
-' in the town nf
nutldlDg rnuntiy !
.1. rs fnr
i\k ■.-.-  i : '.im.
Th.* unrl.'rsigned  having been restored
calth by  -iniDle  mcani after sntTering for
. - - d : - .-, -a-.-Ii a ■..-rere lung atTci-tion, and
■ i-: disease Consumption, i.-anxiou> uo
ike known ^')hb-fel!o^v*^ltfL'n theme-ins of
::■.   TothoM who desire it. he will ehecrnallj
ad Ifree of charge! a copy of the prentription
OUR     HAHUl       OI rillALlILo ,-mption. Asthma, Bronchitis and all throat
■-.d Mineral Division of e A lung Maladies.   He hopes ail sufferer* wQ
ere located i InCarml       jn Fruit Trees, Small FruitS. rrhts romedjr, aatl i* invaluable. Those ile-
ork of the Kettle river.       . ._»«ie   cVinuric   Pncos Irlog the preeoripHon, which nill cost them
,.    ..     ornamentals. Shrubs. Hoses.     , . i;,,. i;:imivpr0VCll b,„siR(: will p,^.
Vines. Seed Potatoes, «c.       -;,,... Rev, bdwarda. wilson, Brooklyn.
■ ■ r- ■' r „    l t| .. .. | tme and free from 8an NewTork.
I ^ »•,.,   A permanent position for	
' .,      .  ,,.    ■  • •   man on  either salary   or'
jilt ls, now recovering and    ■   en
111 % alright m a few days.
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'ORQNTO
WANTEH- FAlTIIFfl. PERSON' TO
call or n lall tx le and agents for manu-
facturlrgl   »e   irtngwell wtablished busi-
. --. : • .i'. ti rrl!  rj : -traight salary S.i'i paid
weekly ird expenfC money advaneod : prey
Iouj esperli nee 'inne. eeaary; position perman-
, ent; buaineauncceaeful.   Enclose self-add™,
i.\cr  500  ii.ie* I
| led envelope.   Superintendent Trjvt)er» Je:
OMARIO   j|0|i,,n Bldg., Chicago.
Stone & Wellington
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Business,   residence and garden lots at low prices and on easy terms.      Send fo
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A. M. W0VEND15N, Sec.
80St.John St.rwt,
Montreal, P Q
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MIDWAY COMPANY, Ltd.
Certificate   of   Improvements
NOTiCB
May  Minimal   Claim.
Situate In the Greenwood Mining Division of I
Yale District. Where located: In Camrl |
camp on the west fork of tho Kettle river.
TAKE   NOTICE  that I. John P. MoLeod,
Free Minor's Certificate No. nSfBlO, acting '
as agent for Robert   D. Korr Free Miner's
Ciii'fifleale-No. HO.HI10. Philip R.  H. Stanhope ,
Free   Miner's   Certificate   Sin.    HAM87   and
James C. Dale Free Miner's Cerlitllate no. ;
n.ifnV.1!!, intenrl, sixty days from Ihe dato hereof-
to apply lo the Mining  Kceonler for a  Cor-;
tlficate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Gra.it of the above claim.
Anil further take notice that action, under
seclion 37, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Cerliflcalo of Improvements.    ,
Bated this 12st day of April, 1901.
J.P.MoLEOD.
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THE NORTHWESTERN
<'. M. (HOl'SK,
Agent fin- British Co'hunlil,
Midway, B.C.
BUSINESS  COLLEGE.
809 Second Ave.,  Spokane, Wash.
W~'M JOB WORK
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M1NKRAL ACT
Certificate  of  Improvements.
M'OTIOE.
lit na Vista (Fkhutional) Minrrai, Claim.
Situate In the Greenwood Mineral Division of
Yitle District.    Where   located:   Wellington camp.
T-AKK-NOTIOM   that   We,   John   Rogers I
I  Free  Miner's Cet'tlfloatoNo, Uo032|     an
Forboa M Korby Free    Miner's    Certificate |
No.    BWM,   Intonil.    sixty    days     from
1 in date here >f, to apply to the Mining rteoorn. I
e'fo'i.Ciii'tllieiiicijf Improvements, for the I
purpose of obtaining a Crown Gran I of the
above claim.
And further take mil ice thnt action, under
suction 37, mini bo cninmonced before the In
.uancoofsuohOwtificatoof Improvements,
Dated this Mil, ,|,,y 0f May, lflw,
P0R11E3 II. KKHHY,
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I he school where thorough work is done; where the row
is always given;  where confidence is developed ; wherrft*
keeping is taught exactly as books are being kept in bun?',
where Shorthand is scientific; where penmanship is at Us
best; where merit is the standard ; where the training in Civil- Skkvick, Tklegraphy, English and Cartooning wakes up
students, develops their powers and teaches them     howto I*
successful.    No argument is  so eloquent as   the record oi
things well done.    No mortgage can corrupt,   no thief rai
break through and steal die knowledge of I low to I >o.   W '1,:l
you know what a school can do for you by what it has done Ml
others is it better to trust to luck ?   Is it wiser to gut i■
For detailed information call, telephone or writi
Hir NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLI M,
1: iality of Station-
m   ery and all work
roin this office
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The
NOTICE.
Riverside Nurseries
b ;.
;>l<GPiv>i£TOk.
Grand  -or
HARTIN BURRHL1 .
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ARE NOTICE that GO day* from tlio date
hereof I intend to apply to Ihe Chief Commissioner of Lands and works for permission
to purchase the Eastj of Sec, 7, Township 51,
Osoyoos District.
llateil this 12th day of Dccombor, 1903.
K. W.NBAVKS.
r. il.-n. or. 111, \
DISPATCH
Home-grown, thrifty, acclimatised trees and shrubs,
Currents, Raspberries, Strawberries, etc.
A fine assortment of Maples and other shade trees,
Roses, Lilacs, Hedge Plants, other ornamentals.
'1 he secret nf bi coesH in planting, is, PIR8T—to secure good Stock.
SECONn—10 plant hh soon as possible after it is dug.
Trees obtained from our nursery can be planted at
Midway two days after they are dug.
Price list,  and  full  information  promptly   give"-

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