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 Vol. I, No. 13.
FAIRVIEW, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JULY 19, I SGI.
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Rain badly needed ; heat awful
Daily trains are runnning over thi
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W. T. Thompson
1    -By        i ,   Sj^I lor the east on Saturday,
'PR       llflPPuflllT &.'•   Their Excellencies, Lord and   Lad
Ji 111    lliUl JiiUiill *R ! Aberdeen, will vi.-.ii tlie Okanagan din
isi'ini'iil. of their utility, The points
claimed in their favor nre that they
render the building fire-proof, that
they cosl no more than rustic or shingling, thai they can he pul on by any
ordinary mechanic, and that they ron-
Mr. Morden has a goo;  crop on the   ,    ,,   ',   .,,. . , ,
,. .       h ' tier the building warm in winter and
commonage divide. „,,  , ., .,, ,
j coiil in siiiumer,   I hill there will be a
Judge Spiuks left lusl Friday to hold  |,„„|  mtl.i,.{ f()1, n,,.,,, ,y|,.s is ,,„,.
County Court in Nicola, fidenlly expected, bill   the pi mtei's
Mrs, II. (I. Midler, of Vernon, lefl
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DEALER IN
ALL AT TilB LOWEST CASH PRICES.
W.T. SHATFORD
Fairview and Vernon,
J»J lug October,
^ A freo ferry over IheThoinpsnn river
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$ Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps "'if '"'!'''"'"""•
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PENTICTON
HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop.
$ Pleasantly Situated at tho Foot of Okanagan Lake,  f
Stage Connection with SS. Aberdeen
to Fairview, Osoyoos and all points in
Washington,
All arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
fiood Boating and Fishing.   Row Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
LEQUIEEEJ   BROS.   &   CO.
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready-Made Clothing, Hardware, Etc,, Etc.
Orders from the Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention,
Pricks Reasonable.
JJ       Boots and Shoes rugs and Stationery
ra Hardware Stores,  Tinware,
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pass the winter,
Sevornl bush fires have lately started
in the Mission valley, bul no damage
has In on dune so far,
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§ A Specialty Made of Direct Importations of Scotch Goods, §
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Lion of purchasing-public hind fur I his
purpose will have to he faced al Vernon also,
11 costs a mail ffjO to linve n lijrlli
day at Boundnry crek, If any die
ehaco wishes to celebrate in thai section and desires fuller information on
the subjccl lie can gel il in the Copper camp,
The crops in the While valley hit,
generally speaking, better than those
in the resl of tho Okiiiiiignn and Spal-
liiincliecn, Tliesnme niny bo said for
Kettle river, where the high water has
are sensible enough to acknowledge
beforehand thai tlie freight rates over
Hi- B.kO. and 0, l\ il. will render
any effort to |iu ll tin Ir Ini ilness beyond iii" dislricl Impossible, Flower
pots, drain pipes and olhor urtlcles will
ii Nt, he mail ii of the same clay,
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Grand Prairie Prattle.
lI'V.H'l Olll'OWl I'la-|"illili'llt,l
KETTLE RlVEll, July 10, There is
not, as far ns mi limbed aiiiounl nf
Infortnalioii extends anything of importance l" chronicle iiii:-- week, The
llh of July races were or were uol a
success, ju.-.l according to Ihe varying
ideas of the spectators, bul one thing
is certain, Jupiter Pluvius, for n short
spurt, made the I'astesl run mi record-
in Ibis part of the world anyhow ; hut
mi nccounl "f the inlensc excitement,
Ihe great disappoiiitinenl and the
dainpeiieil spirits of the mnjorily, v. ho
lie,I staked Iheir jiile on the I'niiinus
Sol, the clerk of lin course und committee of spoils decided Lo adjourn fhe
remainder of Ihe |irogriiinnie until )0
o'clock of the following day. Al the
appointed time on Hi" next day, from
one to two hundred people lined Ihe
track, and I will say, thai from all  I
lib-irrigated a large extent to n nicety,  ran learn to tlie eontrary, Ibey lefl as
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A   MACDONALD,
BARRISTER,
Omois, Baknard Avenue.
VERNON, 11. C!.
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SMITH & CLERIN, Props.
Miuiufiicturei's of
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, etc., etc.
All kinds of Factory Work kept iu
stock and made to order.
The best of material used.
Coast cedar worked Into furnishings a
specialty.
Write for prices and discounts.
All kinds of lumber, laths and shingles
kept in stock.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, handy to
shipment,
Sash and door factory on 0. P. Itailway at Vernon,
mm mm m %iiS'ilW|l'i!|i.i!la. ails'tla'tl '/'!■ ati!!* *li'nl»
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. E. MATHESON
MERCHANT TAILOR
Stock pptuplete. Extra good quality ai|ij
value in all the latest patterns for.
QOOHRANE & BILLINGS,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS AND
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Olilco: Cftlmoro's, Block, Barnard Avontie,
VERNON,     ■    li. II.
W, M, COCHRANE, - FnKD.BH.UNOB
D F. BOYCE,
Physician and Surgeon.
KELOWNA. II. ('.
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Mr, T. j'l'K. Lanibly has for some
time past been under the weather,
Tho causa of tho malady nii^'iii have
been disappointment al not being nominated liv the delegates al Vernon as
the Opposition candidate, but we think
not, iind glad aro wu to state that he is
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WI getting belter,
m MJ     Mr. MeNair's residence at Vernon
''        for which Mr. II. li. Bell has the con
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V  PATENT JlEDICiNES,
tract, is being pushed lo completion.
The former delay in the work was
caused by n carload of lumber ready
for shipment lieing burnt in tbe lire
which occurred at the Royal City Planing Mills, New Westminster,
Though crops on the majority of tlie
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CONTRACTOR and BLILDER, I ^
'VKIIXON, B.C. \(ft
Plans k speciliiiu linns tui'liialioil nn appl
SusIicb, Hon   nnil Sliillljlos kopt
i- MUGS AMD CHEMICALS,  ^| ',l'1"'11  llU"is '" ,i"' M'SS"'" V'''"'''V '"'
Hi fancy and medicinal soaps,    S. \pow ,hh ym' f'"' "',""! "'! I''''i",' '".!iil
& rERFUMERY, BRUSHES,   $«"»<"»' then, are good, the best being
And nil Requisites for tho ToUot and H,
Sick Room ft
T'  E.CROWELL,
T1IONSON ST., VKllNOH,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and Store Fittings n Specialty.
ippllcntlon.   {y,  Ordcwbj-Mallr ilvo careful Alton-  ft
n "stock,      -<\i t|on and Quick Illsimtcli, -;£
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j_T  \V. RAYMER,
'     C0NTBACT0H and BUILDER,
KELOWNA, II. ('.
Plans nnil Spcclflcallotis iironared nnil est!
mates furiiishoiton nil kiiii),'iof Ijitjliuiigs,
? H. LATIMER,
VKUXO 1, 11. (',
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
IiEt3£n.ciL  Surveyor.
Mom. Amor, Soojrrlg, Engs,
J. A.CnavKl.i., C.E., I'.L.S.
,1. I'. Bl'llXVKAT, C.1C, P.L.S.
COHYELL & BUMYEAT,
Civil -:- Engineers.
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
AND DRAUGHTSMEN.
All kinds of Engineering nml Survoy Work,
wilt Plans and Estimates in any part of
the Provlnoo, promptly attoiulod to
Agonts;
I(enl   XJ^.-t.f't'tt.^    ami   TVXi.^t.ir.- ■
VKKNOK, KaiiivIKW AXli BOUNDABY CllKEK,
W. W. GIBBS.
Assay i:r,
Boundary Falls,
Sinn los liy Mall will rooolvo prompt nttontlon
§ Suits and Handsome Stripe Trouserings.
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Excellent Trimmings, Good Fit and Good
Workmanship,
I can give Satisfaction,   A Trial Will
Convince,
BARNARD AVENUE.
VERNON, B. C.
BOUNDARY CITY SAW MILL
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand at Reasonable Prices.
T.eqtilM.       «So   Xfo-wcx'm,   JPi-oiii-iotors.
Assoc. Mem, Can. Soc, C. E,
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Surveys of Every Description In thp Lower
Country Immediately Attended to.
Address;     BOUNDARY CITY. B. C.
Hyndford Hotel.
SITUATED Twelve MilisSouth ot Ilie Fnir-
view Minos, on the hunk ol
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Noted lor Us E^ianory nnil Hunting.
MRS. I'l. .1. POWIIINQ,
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B. LAURENCE'S
those put in nway high up in the
mountains hy the American families
who look up pre-emptions last full and
this spring above the Postill und McKay ranges.
Tlicro is a certain wise iiiiin not far
from Ilie .Mis.ainii valley wbn is of Ihe
opinion Ihal all mining operations are
Ri/fifllSWfl'i ${, I illegal, that mining leads to gambling
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" u V> land vice ol every sort, kind and des-
f<iliHiHAntHAHAnAH' H'H'H* *  eriptioi) ami nothing else, and loudly
?J><I7V17^I7?J?V1?V*i?VKV;WI?,>i?^i7 asserts thai  line in the world has
| ever paid.   If thissiiuie individual evei
FAIRVIEW HOIJltel^?™^
lis liiiblo tu havo his opinions allured
(Noxt to Air, Kllio'i';,.-.;ii!f,i
JOHN MOFFAT, PROP.
EXCELLENT BOARD
GOOD STABLING
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
W. C. POUND,
TAXIDERMIST.
BIRDS, ANIMALS AND  FISH  MOUNTED
IN APPROPRIATE STYLES,
Native Birds and Heads Kept lor Snlo,
Oiders  by  mail rooolvo  prompt  utteiition,
Moulding lluulsa Specialty,
VERNON, B.C.
F. II, JACQUES,
Waiches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, II. ('.
AV. DALRYMPLE,
CVeiat?:E.-cil     ISl.tmjKiftiii.i.i.'fclu.
PAIRVIEW, 11. ('.
All  Kinds of Repairing,   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
II. SCHULTZ,
General Blacksmith,
VERNON, 11, (',
and bis oyo^ opened,
ll, is strange Unit in these hard times,
when everyone more or less feels tbe
financial depression. Ilia! taxes, usually one of the most dreaded expenditures, should he flowing into the Government coffers ni Vernon as never
before, True sixfy-cighl more iiiiines
are on Ihe assessment roll, bul lliis
does uol nccounl for the fact, nml Ilie
only conclusion In lie arrived nl is thai
Ibis is n favored portion of the province in whicli \va 'ive,
County Court will nl. List be held this
fall where il should have been hi Id
regularly fur years pusl a sitting nl
Midway having Inn li llxed fur October
20. This is owing in Ihe appropriation
lately made by the Dominion Govern-
menl for tlie salary of n separate
county cinirl judge I'm' ICootenny,
which was volcd over n month ago.
No judge has yet been appointed lie
tlml comity, hul Judge Spiuks will
led linlil I'liunlv cniifl again in ii - limits, It is generally believed that .Mr.
Spraggo will gel the appointment, as
he has a political "pull,"
A new iudustry, which promises I"
develop Into nn Important  1 luerti.
live business, is In he stiirteil iii Vernon
by Alderman Meyer and n local company, Mr. .Meyer resided many yours
in Japan, where all Ihe houses are
walled over with tyles In make them
lire-proof, the same material being
also universally used lor ihe
roofs. Pur Ibe past eighteen months
Mia Meyer has been experimenting
wilh clays to he found near Vernon, in
order to iind the necessary ingredients
[or the manufacture of the right kind
of iirliele, nnd has succeeded al last in
his efforts,all ihe necessary material
lieing obtainable neap ilie town, The
tyle%, so far inude hy hand, ure l';i>i'
class ip quality, ami' the company
lately formed intend, m manufacture
on a larger scale and build a house in
the town Wlllcll will be roofed anil
van lied uilh lliciii as n standingudvert-
ijnieklj nnil as orderly as they came
vide, police report, il is an ill wind
thill blows no one any good, nml Ihu
wind Ihal blew mi tiie fourth of July
around the hotels ni' Grand Fruiriu
inn..! Inn, Iind a silver linim.;. As an
instance, the cook al McLaren Bros.'
hotel mid me that, allhoiigh they had
laid in an ex till large .supply ol' provisions for lin' Hli. Ine hotel was
swept clear nf every tiling iu Ihe edible
lima
There were two tails here, to celebrate either lis races or ihe lib, but
which is hardly clear to mc, one on ihe
llh nl Mr. Wiseman'.'- hotel, und ill"
iitheron the day following nl McLaren
Bros.' hnlel, both of which, I believe,
were an immense success,
Ni::,io,
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Tlie Bullot-Proof Cuirass.
Herr Dow has certainly the courage
of his convictions ami a firm belief in
ihe bullet-resisting powers nf his won-
i derfiil ( uiriiss, I'm- en Monday he submitted In lin' extreme tesl which lie
was dissuaded from undergoing on ih"
previous Wednesday, .ami was fired al
poinl blank by ; xpert marksman,
The I rial look place on Ihe stage of the
Alhambru Theatre, London, and was
witnessed by a large and enthusiastic
audience. Many military men uttend-
i il. Tim weapon used was Ihe Leo-
Metfoitl, belonging in Captain .1. Dut.
Ion Hunt, ono of Ih" committee of experts who attest! d ihe earliesl I rials of
Hie cuirass iu this country on Wednesday. Captain lliml wusagaiu prcsenl
and he I:'uded bis rilli ihe same
which was employed mi tlie Iirsl occasion, to Mr, ('. !''. Lowe, Queen's Prizeman, Westminster Rilles, who himself
undertook He last of loading ll"' (ire-
arm will! cordil ' ammunition, The
demeanor "I' Herr I1""' encouraged
eonlldeiice, He una perlcelly cool .ami
collected, and Hi" preliminaries of llr-
ingat a lo,;;' lo prove ihe penetrating
power of Hie rule having been gmm
Lhrough I" Hn' complete satisfaction of
Ilie audience, lie look his stand I'm ing
Captain Leon .Marlin, nl the dislaucu
of nlioul twelve yards, Upon In- breast
he wore hi- cuirass or I hick pad, which
v, holly "neieii hi.- dress aliirl front.
A i'ow iif hrighl hiillous gleiuned In
the coniro, ami '-third froin ihe liol..
loin of Hn- pad were ulllxed two i aid-,
«iiii ie,l hall' -I'M ., Captain Martin
aimed ahoul an inch below one of Ihe
Lulls, and I here H a few minutes of
hienllilesii bii pnlise, :'i lui lied ui|lj' by
a woman's hysterical laugh, Then Hie,
loud reporl was lieuiil, ami I hose win,
wufched the cuirass narrowly lhrough
opera-glasses delected ii tremolo
slightly ns ii recelvi d ihe imparl of the
bullet, hul Ihe Inventor never winced
or gave Ihe I'a in tesl indication Ihal lie
had received ,a menial or physical
shock, He quickly detached Hie cuirass and pointed old Ihal Hie inner
white side was nol perforated, Again
he protected himself with it, and once
more Mr, Lowe retailed Hie rifle- care
fully and bunded il buck I" Hie marksman, whu stood upon a platform ex-
tendlng from Hie stage into ihe auditorium. Another iniiincnl of breathless suspense, and Ihe second report
rang mil wilh precisely similar results,
The eill'd waa liierreil as Hie ol her card
had been, alia Hie outer covering of
ilea i nirttss appeared torn, revealing
nine lighter-colored Bluffing, but Hero
Dowe was uiilto iinhurl ami unmoved,
The lest of firing al llieliursc wiihlho
cuirass hung I" Its aide, ns on Wednos.
day, was repented, The animal kicked,
loosened the straps and tossed off Ihe
cuirass ,-ift it |l had received the bullet,
but the horse wm; perfectly unharmed.
It now only remains lor Ihe inventor
In pliiar the cuirass al the disposal of
ihe authorities far nu exhaustive trial
of its adaptability lo naval or military
use. )mr..
THE ADVANCE.
STUARTS ' gititj ■
Published w., •„:. al ;'.ii' i. '•>. I'a.ni. am. In'.
Sula'ai-ii'!..,,' -'". ■'. ■-la ' per mm a.a ,
[n .uli.iii'aa',;a,if yearl) or tmlf-yeai-Iy ul the
nil! ion of ih'   iiii, I'iiifl'.
Advcrtl ia: :;■'. - rani on application.
Though Ilie columns of Tin; Ahvaxce mv
iv..,. ■ open aa- a.,' discussion ol maiiii- ul
',, ibii'c lutercfil aa,: Importance, ive lo'nol nee-
e     u     ,., dorse nn) of the opinion^ i xtin^'sod.
.   ,:;.   polldl a. a ..i ;i a. .   a.     : ...a.    ..ni not bo
published
Till RSDAY, JULY 11), ISM.
;!,.;! a liHginuing has been made, now
'.a.,, the loloni.ea are alive io ihe iln-
meiisureahle imp irtauce of tiecoinplisli-
hig a  co lerciu) union  within the
Umpire, il is impossible to doubt thai
the propaganda will steadily gain iu
strength ami   momentum   until the
goal of preferential trade is reached.
Montreal Gazette,
Japan is liable to gel ini a trouble
over the Corean affair if .die persists in
refusing to withdraiy her troops from
that country, as il gives Hussia a cause
for complaint and Interference, It is
under.-,, ,.„! the offer made I" Japan by
Great Britain in arbitrate tlie affair
will likely be entertained,
W. R MEGAW,
VERNON, B, C,
General Merchant.
-,ii:;es!   and be-
•   fifteenth,   tl.e
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the    lael    li.ai i ., ; .,,,,,     ,
-greal   si lake   which    tllt'eulOllcd     I'
I spread    over   and    paralyze    tra.h
After ilie Iii-I o
Iwei'ii Ihal ami |
exact    dale    lanlli
present,   uwing   U
ihe   day   of  publication    i,,„y   l«
changed ." mil mail facilltiou,etc, thisi ; ,
.,, . i ,■ ,    i     .   mm iriiiighoiil   Ihe  greater   pert   ol   I In
paper will be  published  al   Midway,
Boundary creek.  Killle rlvor.    W
v. ill endeavor, if possible, mil i" i a ■
pilbllcalinu al nil, and in liny ''.!;•' Iiol
more than one Issue, li Isa mullet' of
pegri'l  i" a ■ t(iu| ','•" are obliged lo
leave pairvi, IV, lull ,is both Ihe mining mid tigrlpnllural dnvolopinonl of
Ihe f(| in,, Kiver district show much
greater signs of activity than in ihe
Lower Okanagan, il appears evident
to ourselves, ns In any other resident
of Ibis section, thai Ihis paper can he
pf more value I" both Ihe local and
outside public if published in Kettlo
River. Dur suliscribersand advertisers
will certainly gain by Ihe change, Wc
lake Ibis opportunity of asserting Ihal
,ve have by no means lost faith either
In Camp Falrviow or the district immediately tributary m i,. When landowners in this section divide up their
properties anil settlement is cm air
iiged, nnd wheii the mines are winked
on a more extensive scale and in u
moro practical nimuier, ITairview will
undoubtedly again   possess   its own
1( cnl paper.
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Now that county court Is lo beheld
at Kettle river, the appointment of a
Bepuriitedeputy registrar for Ihal section is highly necessary, Unless such
un appointment is made, the mere
holding of court il Boundary creel.
jviil be of no benelil tu the people pf
Dial scctjpn, as under existing circuni-
Btulices all Ihe necessary papers will
have lo he iiinde out at Osoyoos. This
is equivalent to forcing ihe Kettle
River people lo travel forty miles (in
some cases fifty) to transact I heir legal
business, which prevents ninny from
making any use of Ihe county court at
all. The name of Mr. W. (I. .Me.Mynn.
the mining recorder for Ihe Kettle
river division, has often been mentioned in connection wilh the uppolut-
nient of a separate registrar oi' the
comity court, and the ADVANCE is
pleased in heartily endorse public
opinion in Ihis matter. As a reliable
Iind efficient official .Mr. McMynn is entitled to Ihe ap.ppialmeul when it is
[tiudc,
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When the Hon. K. G. Vernon observed al Ihe meeting nt Boundary
Falls, now thai Ihe lower country
possessed a paper he was certain that
its intorests would he better brought to
light, ha spoke the truth, the whole
truth and nothing but, the truth, and
did not iiii'iui, ii,' dan. In say, tocusj
any reflection on our contemporary to
the no,Ih. Mr. Vernon's remarks
refeired In Ihe fill ure. Being
right on ihe ground I lie Advance will surely Le in a position to become acquainted wilh the
needs ami requirements of Ihis section,
nnd will not be in, any way backward
in bringing them to th. notice of ihe
authorities and the general public.
Jinny questions of vital Importance lo
the welfare of Ibis community will receive Ihe attention of Ihis paper in Ihe
near future,
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(her two hundred and fifty names
h.i\e been added lo Ihe voters'llsl for
this riding recently, and yet already
complaints are being heard from parlies claiming, for sonic reason or other,
iheii names have not been registered.
If such is Hie case il, is » greal pily,
seeing ihal ihe Provincial lists will Le
recognized and made use of In the Do
minion elections. It may in some
run's he Ihe faiill of ihe oilieials, bid,
in the innjorily of cases Wc believe Ihe
fault cm be traced to tho Individuals
themselves, for some men are bo Indifferent In those mailers that nothing
lull an ctrlhquuke would shake I ham
up sufficiently lo realize Ihe Importance of being a registered voter.
 y *..—-—
European ana Othor News.
The voice of Greater Britain, when it
speaks with inie tongue, cannot be un.
heeded by thestatesinen of the Mother
Country, and by the sympathy already
manifested by I he sister colonics is fall
of eiicoliragenieni. |.;i those who hope
that ere tlie conference concludes a
common stnndlug ground may he
reached upon which lo promote the
splendid conception of preferential
commerce within Ihe Umpire, Onep
the bond of sentiment and patriotism
which binds Ilie members of the Umpire is ('cnicnli'd hv siibslanliiil Interests of trade, the, strength, the progress, the prosperity and Ihe greittllOBB
iif Britain wifl enhance to u degree
iiilhori.o onilrVuiiied of. lu point of
population, wcJillh, resources and in-
felligence no other eoniiii'itiity of people, no alliance of alien tail inns, could
begin fo cope with the British Empire
knit by ties of loyalty, kinship and
punimerelnl splf-lnterest, ll may take
time In realize Ihe scheme, but now
si -. ha- virtually received Its death
blow, ai Hi, man are now endeavoring
In come lo up understanding wilh Ihe
railway companies, Truffle is being
gradually resumed iiii all 111,' lines.
The American yuchi Vigilant which
so proudly upheld Ihe honor of America lusl fall, whe.il she defeated the Hughs! ..(-lit Vnlkyri, has hud lo lower
liar colore before the Prince of Wales'
yacht Britannia, having failed in the
races which have been Inking place on
the Clydo to capture a single race out
of the six so far run,
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CORIiFSPONDUNCE.
Poi.i.inu Station Changed.
To Ihe editor of Tun Advance :
Sib—Can you assign any reason or
give an explanation as In the necessity
of changing, jusl al I he last minute, the
polling station at Fairview. Did the
Government have anything I" do ffith
il? Were they afraid Ihal the majority
of voles polled would he cast for the
Opposition? The polling place 1 noticed
was advertised iuthe papers to be at
the Blue House. Aftqrlramplug several miles owing lo the fad that my
ciiyuso got away from me, just at, the
moment when most needed, it was, to
say the least, very annoying and somewhat exasperating to Iind, after arriving at Hoi supposed place of polling,
you have to start up and tramp In the
hot sun, climbing a mile furl her up thy
hill at Fairview. In the upper town,
liveroiie knows whal Ihal moans, For
my pari I could not see any sense or
reason in il. If you can, .Mr. Editor,
ivill you be kind enough lu »ny il it. is
legal to change the polling station without due nol ice being given of such
change? and whether, as a consequence, il will invalidate Ihe election?
Thanking you for your valuable space,
i remain yours obliged,    .
Wll.MlY C'ni;,
[Thereason assigned by Ihe presiding officer far the change iniide in the
polling station was that il, was necessary lo do so, owing io Ihe fact that at
pri-spnt Ihe Blue House is not being
occupied, and, therefoiii, could not be
made use of. Notice of such change
was posted on lin- Blue House on Monday, The Government had nothing
whatever to do wilh the mutter, und
as far as we are able lo Iind out by a
perusal of Ihe Election Regulations
Act. it will not affect the result of the
election.—Ed.]
 Ir- #-.	
Camp McKinney.
IFi'oiu our oivn correspondent.)
Camp McKinney, July 18,—The dropping of the stamps can be heard coVi-
■ iii'iially, and Ihis is the music tl|ut
dolights the minor's eur. Several men
are al, work sinking a shaft on the
recent strike made at the back of the
mill on theCaribuocompany's properly.
The ore is of a very rich character.
Several gangs of men are busily engaged '.'lining largo quantities ,;f wood
lor use iu the mill,
Mr. Sidley is helping to advance Ihe
nioresi uf the camp by clearing out a
road lo the Anarchist mine.
Every week Mr. Cosous, representing
W. Slllltford iV, Co, Fairview, pays Ihe
onm)i n visit iu ii business capacity und
duesu thriving Guile.
Tlie new road to Camp McKinney bus
jusl  crossed Ilie divide, Ihe Iirsl work
on the eusi side of the summit having
ii i done yesterday.   For some time
past parties have reported tlie end of
Hie road within live miles of Cllllip
McKinney, but us il is well known Hie
summit is jusl six miles from Ihe eniiiii
there need be no more mistakes made
us lo distance.
Tlio Cozy Shaving Parlor
VERNON, IK'.
The Gilmore block,
Opposite tiie Post Office.
llal'l.nilias'  mill   Cliilili'iai's liuii'-cultilig nnil
and Bhanipoolng n specialty,
E, QOODMURPHY, Prop,
Cr. A.wk1a.Ta.ar xiouc^eill,
GENERAL MERCHANT
BOUNDARY FALLS.
A full SI i"I of Dry Goods, Qrooorlos, nml
MINERS'SUPPLIES
(AM.    :   AT   '   i.nwKsT   ;   I'llieiiS.)
FOR SALE.
mmon ShingleMaehiQe
Capacity, 20,000 per day,
Self-Feeder, willi Joinler aud Packer
complete,  Terms reasonable,
Apply Advance P^eiob or
MARK llil.l.,
0ican.vo.vn P. 0,
A  Carload of Waggons,  Binders,  Mowers, Rakes and
I Irijls just arrived.    Cheap for Cash.
Full Lines of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware and Clothing on Hand.
Concord Harness and Stock Saddles Kept in Stock or
Made to Order,
Ostlers  ■'SV11X BecoiT-o Prompt Attentia..
ILEY   <Ss   DONALD,
Dealers and Importers of All Kinds of
Farm Implements, Buggies, Etc., Etc.
Wai-ehouse:    SEIQr.O'Wra.A.,  B.  O.
VERNON HOTEL
VERNON, il. C,
A First-Class Hotish in Every
Respect.
VICTORIA HOTEL
VERNON, B, C,
Free Bus to all Trains McAuley & Grant,
Sealed Liquors a Specialty
THOMAS  ELLIOT
General Merchant
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Tie Pioneer Store of tie Camp,
Always on hand a full supply of Groceries, Dry Goods and,
Staples of every description, and at prices
to suit the tinies.
Xhqtdst as 1,Ix© IiO'vires'fc.
BAN ^MONTREAL
CAPITAL (all paid up) $12,000,000.
REST     6,000,000.
SIR DONALD A. SMITH, Pros.     HON. GEO. B. DRUMMOND, Viee-Pres
E. S. CLOUSTON, Gknehal Manager
SAVIITGS   BRANCH.
RATE OF INTEREST AT PRESENT 31 PER CENT.
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Branches jn London, Eng., New York and Chicago,, and in all the principal cities
inCnn'iidii.   Buy and Sell Sterling Exchange aiid CableTransfers, (.rant
commercial and travelling credits .ifyajlatile ih any partof the world.
Drafts Issued.        Collections Made to all Points.
MUNCHES IN BHITI8B, COIUMBIA I
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA    -     -     -     :       NELSON
Vernon Branch, G. A. HENDERSON, Acting Manager,
Wulffsohn & Bewicke,
(LIMITED)
BANKERS
$   $   &
ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED.
UAliiiY McINTOSH, PnoimttTOfi.
BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL.
Centrally Looated In the Boundary Croek
Mining Camps.
BEST OK LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
pHAROES MODERATE.
Milling Alan Personally Conducted to Any of
tlie (jumps, or lliii'scs Furnlahod.
THOMAS. J. HARDY, PROP.
Kelowna Livery State,
LEFEVRE& LOUQHEED.PropB,
GOOD HORSES
First-Class Bigs
Always on Hand.
GOOD - SADDLE - HORSES
TouuibtsDiiivrx Round thi: Countuy,
KNIGHT&COT
Purveyors of Meats
POULTRY
PORK 8AU8AQKH, IIIIAII ('IIKIOSK
PI0KI.SU PORK
Pltl.MK CORNED HKKI''
I'llKSII MUTTON,
PORK    ami   HKKI''
IUi.UK MADE HAMS, liACON, LAUD
ANJI BOLOGNAS,
Always nu hand, Orders solloltoil nml promptly
ui tended to, Wholesale and. Retail,
KNIGHT & CO. - - Vernon B. C.
10
ing mi
ENDERBY, 15. 0.
Pioneer Roller Mill of tho Province
ri PREMIER       T. I
Famous 4&m Bran Js
Will Feed Always pn Hand.
V/rlte for Quotations.
A.X-X   3BCKI3S
GENERAL STORE
ROOK 011EEK,
Miners Supplies and Chinese tloods,
PROPRIETORS,
l'TUST-CLASS IN HVERV nCSI'KCl'.
CIIAIIOUS MODERAre
PENTICTON
il, Ite1 Estate, Insurance k General Agts,
BACKERS AND CORRESPONDENTS
KOU
Livery, Feed & Sale
:-;  STABLES.   :-:
Good Double nml .Single Rigs always
on Hire,
Also Ladies' and Gents' Saddle
Horses,
I lunl ing Partios Supplied With Puck
'Outfits,
We shall shortly open a branch ut
Okanagan Falls to connect with the
new steamer when running;,
J. R, BROWN SCO., I'noi'niF/rims,
GRAND PRAIRIE
HOIEL
GRAND PRAIRIE, KETTLE RIVER.
liuuil Slock of
Liquors and Cigars ,
.   .   '.   Good Stabling.
I'RIOKS REASONABLE.
MCLAREN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION.
suites Leave every Monday and Wednesday
  for Maroafli Wash.	
HOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
mouth op rook creek,
1''i»st-ci.as8 Accommodation cor Quests,
GOOD STABLING
WKxci'lliuil milling Oil Kottlo ltlvcr.j»
ENDERBY HOTEL
II. W. WltlllllT, i'lioc,
:-:   ENDERBY, B.C.   :-;
Livery In Connection,
Elrst-i'liisD tiaouuiiiuliition for Commercial
Travellers,
lluniiii;.' und Hulling In iiluiiidiiui'e through
this 'Hal rial.
Puck Hoi'sca nnd (luldea furnlnhed to Sporti
men on shortest notice,
Bank of British Columbia
Agents for Sale of Lots on the Aberdeen and Lyons Estates;
WULFFSOHN&BEWICKE, Ltd.,
Pjook House, Bii.utkr Street, London, England,
VANCOUVER, B.' 0. 'and VERNON, B. C.
JOHANN WULFFSOHN, Managing Director.
Vernon Branch, G. A. Hankey, Manager.,
The Yemen Livery
Feed and Sale Stalk
Having, taken over the stahles of Gallagher k Stevenson, nnd thoroughly ovei;.
hutilcl nnd refitted the premises, 1 uin prepared to meet the demands
of the uiihllc   I have on hand a complete stock of new rigs,
(double and single) for public use, and also a good lot
of well broken carriage und saddle horses.
Tourists desiring to see the country would do well' ^o calk
Good Single Drivers,
Good Saddle Horses,
Ladies' gentle double and single drivers and saddle horses.
Horses boarded by the week or month (box stulls if desired).
Horses broken to harness, and horses nnd cattle sold on commission,
Dealer in hay nnd grain, wholesale and retnilj
Corner Of Mission and Ti-ouson Strneta
°W0^^&^'     W. GARDNER, Proprietor.    „
Note.- This sliihlo will hn r,uu strictly tlrst-chra In ovcry particular. My driyora nf" all froo,
ana genua disposition, and Uio most durable stock'the market can produce, Spoolal attention.
to Iranslonl trade and to boarders, ' '
«-« a ii ].!n,is 0f heavy tiftming promptly attended to.
if
Golden Gate Hotel.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
F. R. KLINE, Proprietor,
Gilbert's Resort.
OKANAGAN LANDINO,
HUNTING, FISHING, BOATING,
TllOUlieillllA' CllMl'illtTAllLH.
- I'li'sl-chms-
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
X.T7IU:   ICTF7J3
GENERAL STORE
ROOK OIUCM.
Minora1 SupplltH. AIho Chinese (lootls.
GOQD ACCOMMODATION - - ^lOOD STABLINQ
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
NIQHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
-V±o*o*-±n,  B. O.
AGBICIILTUHAL I1IJIIIE1T,
SOLK AOKNTS FOR
Brantford § Binders i an<i, f Mowers
TIIK BEST IN THE MARLKT.
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &c.
WAHMHOUSE AT VEItNON.
G.. 3P. Costerton, ^SLg;exi.t;.j LOCAL ITEMS.
—»—
Tin; poll closed here yesterday with
the result that out of twenty-two votes
polled Mr. Vernon received 111 and Mr.
/.ll'.aliain 0.
Mr. G. E. Vernon, nephew of tlie
Hon. P. G. Vernon, passed through
(Camp on Saturday and is staying at
Hyndford for the present.
Mr. Thos. Elliot acted as returning
officer here yesterday, and the polling
took place at his store instead of at the
Blue House, as was at first intended.
Mr, Jenkins, the expert that has
been examining some of tbe claims
here, left on Friday for Boundary
Creek, and intends looking thoroughly
pver the mines in that section and
jthen returning lo this place,
The will of the lute Duncan Mo-
Intyre, millionaire, has been Died, He
li_ ves his entire fortune to bis widow,
at tier death to be divided among the
family, He leaves nothing lo churi-
pius. This gentleman wns one of the
largest shareholders in the Strathyre
Mining Co. here.
Mr. S. Mangolt part proprietor of
the Morning Slur inine here, left a few
days ago for New York and other
points east via Sfhjway and Spokane,
with the intention, jt js understood, of
seeing what can be done in the matter
.of providing machinery for the working of the mines in which he is interested, or of placing the same, upon the
market,
Mr. H. P, Palmerston, of Midway,
passed through cuinp on Friday last on
his way north, and it is understood he
jnteuds inquiring thoroughly into the
flatter of freight rates from points on
the coast to Penticton, comparing
them with existing rates on the roads
to the south of us, preparatory to
bringing in a large amount of freight
for his store at Midway.
Captain T. D. Shorts came to camp
pn Saturday, staying only long enough
jto deliver the ballot boxes to the returning officer, and then proceeded to
Osoyoos, Rock Creek, Boundary Creek
and Kettle River on the same errand.
As the captain is a man of great pene-
ffutipn, especially in matters pertaining to " mineralogy," no doubt his
stock of knowledge will be highly in-
fU'tjlssa, Ojj a result of his trip through
fills portion of tl|,e ridhig,
Mr. Franz, formerly of this camp,
returned on business a few days ago.
He is now located just across the line,
and has, since leaving here, purchased
an interest, in a mine on Little JJjiuiit
Chepaca, and reports ore being mined,
packed and shipped to Tncqjiia, Tlie
pre is |)rst taken to Virginia City on
jvaggons, thence by steamer tu Wen-
fttchoe, and on by the Great Northern
to its destination the freight on which
is eight dollars per ton and smelting
charges twelve dollars per ton, but
according to assays this ore can stand
heavy freights and smelting charges,
as it runs from 1(X) to 500 ounces in silver to the ton; it also parries a fair
Quantity of gold. One picked specimen of this rock assayed over 5,000
ounces in silver to the ton.
 M-l .—.
A Fun-Loving Grizzly.
On Friday last a stranger culled ut
Fairview, and his travel-staii)ed appearance, combined witli the fact that
he carried a roll of blankets upon his
shoulder, denoted clearly that he belonged to the large army of the unemployed who arc at tlie present ti|iie
moving from point to point seeking,
and often times in vein, for work.
Having satisfied himself that times
were more lively in tlie direction of
Camp McKiuuey than they are at
present at Fairview, he started on his
journey, and toward experiences he
little dreamed of when leaving. Having pussei} the night by Hie roadside,
Saturday found him still trudging to-
ward Gamp McKinney, About two
miles from the camp he came suddenly
Upon a large grizzly bear, which had
boen obscured frpiu yicw by a sharp
i turn in tlio road. He immediately
stopped, expecting the hear would do
likewise, or else change it course, but
this was not bruin's Intention, for lie
kept coming toward the man, seemingly perfectly indifferent to his presence, By this time the bear was quite
close, so considering iliserplion. t|ie
better part of valor, down went the
blankets and up went the man, for
fortunately two small trees stood by
the road side, apparently set. there for
the occasion, and time did nut count in
this ascension. Having gained a point
pf advantage, the man's attention was
soon drawn to what was going on be-
jow, for tlie bear, having taken possession of the bundle of blankets, was
now thorpjighly enjoying himself,
ptriking it first with one paw and then
with the other, tossing it into the air,
rolling over and over it, and performing all other kinds uf antics, with an
pccasional pause to take a look ut the
man in tlie tree, Tims they were
found by Mr, Jas, White, who hup,
pencil nlong on his way to Fairview.
Again brtiin very nearly succeeded in
getting a human being to play with,
for owing to tho sudden turn in the
I'oud, us before stated, nml tlie foot
that Mr. White's horse was going ut a
good pace he came within about thirty
yards of the hear, and his
horse turning quickly nearly threw
him to the ground. Having no fire
arms lie too was obliged to become a silent witness of the scene.
However, after a little the bear tired
of bis fun and quietly and leisurely
strolled away. Descending io terra
iiruia. the man thanked Mr. While for
bis timely appearance, and observed
that, although le i Id climb pretty
well be did nol appreciate tiie roosting!
business. Mr. White, iii relating the
facts, observed that by the way tlie
bear handled the roll of blankets be
must at some time have been an eye
witness to a game of golf on tbe hillsides nt Fairview, or peradvonture lie
hud been an onlooker ut the last cricket
mutch played at Penticton.
 ►-»-.—i—•
Tho Elections.
Returns to band show that the Government will be sustained, and will
have a good working majority, It is
well known the Island stood solid, giving fourteen members to the Government, also Cariboo two. The lower
Mainland elected eight members to the
Opposition, and Ilie election since held
for which returns have so far been received give the following results:
North and West Vale has given one,
in the north riding to the Government,
Mr, Mart)n, and the west riding one
to the Opposition, Mr, Seinlin; East
and West Lillooet returns, in the
former, Mr, Prentice for tlie Opposition, in the latter it is generally supposed Mi'. Smith (Government) will be
re-elected, but so far the returns have
not come to hand. The people of East,
Kootepny have elected, by a good
majority, Colonel Raker, Provincial
Secretary, their former representative.
Thus it will be seen that the Government have won eighteen seats as
against ten for the Opposition, with
West Lillooet doubtful. This makes
a total in all pf twenty-nine, leaving
only four more to be heard from.
These are, north and soiilh ridings of
West Kootenay, the east riding of Yale
and Cussiar. In tlie former the elections
were to take place on the 10th and 17th,
in this riding on the 18th and Cassiar,
owing to its isolated position, will not
bo heard from till some time in September. Tlie four last ridings will
probably furnish two members for the
Government and two for tlie Opposition.
 ►-♦-.—.—•
DISTRICT NOTES.
Aim KSs? :j,s*
_!«■'',,,.'>■,.   '■ ; ...a-- f>iy.
MANAGING BEtlj,
Mr. C. de B. Green is at present engaged surveying Mr. Sidley's meadow
near Camp McKinney. This meadow
is for sale and should be a paying investment for any one taking hold of it.
Mr. James Haddigan, while working
on his hydraulic claim at the mouth of
Rock Creek, about a week ago, received a sunstroke, but we are pleased
to say he is now getting better and will
soon lie at work again.
The work on tl)p west end of tbe
waggon road running over Boundary
mountain, and under tho foremanship
ofMr.P McCallum,isprogrossingfavolubly, Jt is completed nearly to Kerr
Bros.' ranch at present, anil will soon
reach Boundary Falls.
Already the owners of the Cariboo
mine in pomp .McKinney are trying to
make arrangements for the shipping
of concentrates lo Penticton and I hence
to Tacoina. By the time the waggon
road reaches the camp they will have
quite a large stock of them on hand.
Mr. Gillespie has thrown in his lot
with tlie settlers on Aniircliist Moun.
tain, having recently recorded a preemption there, This gentleman comes
from Washington, and has brought an
unusually line lot of horses with him
besides other necessary farming stock,
Mr, W, W. Gibbs of Boundary Falls,
is kept constantly busy assaying,
twenty samples of ore having been
brought to the office in one day this
week. This gives some idea of the
mining activity in the immediate
neighborhood,
Another new strike lias been made
on Boundary Mountain, near Hie Sky-
lai'S camp, by men employed by Cup-
tain Adams. This is good news, us
every mineral claim located, providing
it is good, means added wealth to the
community.
The wingdam at the head of the
Laura Hydraulic Co.'s claim at the
mouth of Rock creek wns washed out
by the flood, which will necessilule
two months' work lo replace before
things can bo got into working order
again, This claim has been worked
for a number of years and a largo
amount of gold taken pt|t of It.
Mr. Harlan wns unfortunate enough
to have a break down on his arnistre
a few days ago, breaking the main
shaft, However, while repairs were
progressing a clean-up was made from
the rock crushed, and although tl|e
exact amount is not at present known,
it is understood that the nmulgtun
would indicate exceedingly good returns,
. On Saturday afternoon last the residents near Judge Spiuks were thrown
Into a great stale ot commotion when,
what was considered a smoke consequent on the clearing up of tbe
grounds in front of bis house, turned
out to be a fire of rather alarming proportions, As soon ns the gravity of
the situation wns understood Aider-
man Meyer and others in the immediate neighborhood hurried to the scene,
and with the assistance of a large
crowd of willing workers who were
soon gathered together, managed to
keep the lire confined lo (lie grounds
und away from Die residence. About
one hundred feet of sidewalk, wilh the
fence and nearly all the trees in the
grounds were burnt, whicli will have
the effect of detracting from the
beauty of the premises, but fortunate
was It that the residence was not, destroyed, or Ibe City of Ver i would
have lost one of its best architectural
ornaments, and this soon after having
been completed and occupied,
THE CREAMERY SECRETARY.
II" la tho rlvot A rou iuMVhtch a Iluttor
Factory Ufivolves.
Tlio reasons multiply for the seli-ction
of it conservative and thoroughly prao-
Heal inaii for the euro of any public institution or association. I believe that
the successful creamery secretaries of
Iowa are those who hold responsible po-
titionsyear after year, and have developed biifiness talent in other occupations and the creameries get Hie benefit
Df it, Tho systems of management of
creamories aro almost as punioroue as
Ihe creameries themselves. With the
Interlaclngs of authority common i \
such cilia s there is no dearth of inaiia.i; ■
went, whatever may be said of the qui •
it v. BiKinis at the very best urn ti j
wii'ldy, and except iu the capacity of n
ilttors of accounts are likely to rcqu' f
too much time for uctioa, especially , \
emergencies,
As a rule singleness of managemoi i
is better than plurality. Granted a r< .-.-
Bonnlile efficient secretary, the business
is safer in bis hands tliuu when nbs".
lutely dependent upon a board tor ('•
management. The keeping of the boo. 'I
the necessary payment for milk *:
cream und the euro of tho shipping 11
counts are his part in any case, and .
there is added the consignment of good:
and the purchase of supplies tlio strong
probability is that tho creamery will k
tho gainer thereby,
Tho experiment is usually tried at th(
outset of keeping too meager a set v.
books. I havo gone on from a limitet
outfit at tlio beginning to a complete so'
of double entry, showing every transaction of the creamery, and the balance o
every account of patrons and cqniniissiot
firms at every entry, and I would, no
stop short of this on any considerate):
likely to be held out. The possibility e,
mistakes makes such a plan of hookkei ■•
ing thoroughly desirable. This is c J
cially true of co-operative creamer 1
In these every stockholder is u partn "
Each one in entitled to an exact and i i
tailed account of tho bnpiness.   Tlioo
hopo of continued satisfaction on his puf
lies In making everything plain to him
Generally speaking, tho greater tin
amount of knowledge concerning flu
creamery management, tlio more certain
it is that ho will be satisfied aud assist b
satisfying others.
Upon examination it will bo found
that most of tho hurtful things saiJ
about il creamery contain simply enough
of truth upon whicli to hang that whicli
is untrue and damaging in character,
It is a case where "a littio knowledge is
a dangerous thing."
A check given by the secretary should
be prima facia evidence of tho whole
transaction, ft should contain the date
to which payment is made, the gros'l
amount of milk, tho average test for the
period of payment, the pounds of butter
fat, the price per pound of tho butter
and tho amount deducted from thu
whole sum to the sinking fund. Thy
amount reinsuring to he paid should follow as a matter of course, But tho hi (
plan is to have all the foregoing inform.t
tion extended uppn a stub to be retail;,.
by tho patron, the cheek proper containing simply tho features of a couuni ,
cheek directing tho payment duo ti- •
patron.
Misunderstandings arise from pntr'\,
of rival creameries comparing checks u '
dor tho present various methods, Th,
checks do not show till the facts and m;
therefore incapable of fair comparison
Coucenluiout of facts from those to whon
it is due never contributes to good wil
or success of any business. It is doubt
fill if any class of men ou earth arc mors
at the mercy of those with whom they
deal than t'uoso who aro stockholders 11
our co-operative creameries, What with,
the almost absolute ignorance of th,-
conimat'cialatandingcf the city firms Olid
the guileless gr,aco of thatenerg'.tic army
of good fellows who by rail ami road curt
nnd bicycle scour the country, it is nc
wonder the unsophisticated creamery-
man can do nothing hut deliver tho
goods.
A completo shipping book should con-
tuiu blanks for date of shipment, the consignee, the gross weight, the number of
tubs, amount of draft made, date of receipt at destination, net weight there,
price paid, average price per tub, gross
proceeds an 1 net proceeds.
Butter worked on a horizontal worker
will weigh boavily. Tho reason is that
tho butter is worked drier. This bears
npon tho "holding out,"—Address of I.
W. Edson, Reported in Creamery Journal. 	
Hairy anil CtRnniory.
Pasteurizing apparatus for dairies aim
creameries is now niado in Germany nnd
shipped to this country, But it need not
bo. Let some of the dairy chemists at
our agricultural stations take the mutter in hand and invent u pasteurizing apparatus of their own. It was an agricultural experiment station professor that
gave the world the Babcook milk nml
cremn test. That Is what these stations
ore for—to find new aud belter ways of
doing things for the farmer, live stock
breeder and dairyman,
Two hundred ine.ii cannot run a creamery successfully when they all want to
be boss und not one of them knows anything about the creamery business,
The late secretary of agriculture, Jere-
leiali Rusk, had he remained in office,
would next have taken up, in the interests of American dairymen and creiiiu-
eryiuen, Ihe especial investigation of oleomargarine manufacture.
One milkman who doos not deliver
milk on Sunday says he carries Saturday evening's milk around late on Saturday night for his customers'Sunday use,
while tiie Sunday night's milk ho delivers on Monday morning,
Both creameries and private dairymen
should pay more atlenlion to the development, of a cream t rude, There arc great
possibilities in it,
An Article Tlmt U1 liuely n. It Foreoasts
For tint Si'amhi.
The honey market is pr Hy bare of
supplies uwing to the unfavorable seasons two years In succession of loo much
rain ami too much drougat alternating.
Far this reason it will pay bee Lienors
to pay strict attention to the care of the
liitlu workers us there will he u demand
for theprodiiot. A writer in fhe American lice Journal SttJ'S! 1 stnrtud iast
spring with thirtoen colonies of hybrid
bees, ono being qiieenlcss. f increased
them to eighteen, and got about BOil
pounds of comb honey in one■ pound see
tions, 1 use V-shaped startera four
inches wide at the top, and two inches
long. In thu center uf the sections I
fasten them hi with a hand made ina-
chine. I niiulo tt seclion-press or mu-
chine with winch 1 use u treadle. As
soon as a section is doubled it is pressed
together. I can fold and press about I
fifteen to the minute. It is on the priii i
ciplo of the old sash saw. 1 use section \
cases made of one half inch boards,
holding fourteen sections to the caso,
two cases filling one Laiigstrotl)
hive. 1 use a wood -shit honey
board with four openings fo;' the bees to
pass up through, I scarcely ever have
any pollen ill the sections. I dou'thuvo
any "young swarms," I manage to
have empty comb's lo start on in thu beginning of the swarming boosou, and
when my first swarm comes oil, 1 put
it ou empty enuiba with two or three
frames out of the hive whose colony just
Swarmed, 1 then put it on the stand of
the old hive, with partly idled sections,
and then remove to a new hive. Iu 1")
minutes they nre at work nicely, as the
bees in the field come in loaded with
honey, they nre inclined to puss on up
to the sections to unload before tlioy do
much below, and hb 1 get all the working force iu the now hive, them are bees
enough to carry on all the work above
and in the brood chamber. Now if tho
flow of iieclar continues good, in six to
10 days the sections aro finished, ready
to take off, or tier up and havo theiii
finished on top of '2V empty sections.
Now for tho old colony: If I have
any weak colony I set this old hive on
it, closing it uji so tho bees have to pass
out through the hive of thu weak col
pny; in a short time another swarm
comes off. I still havo empty combs,
so I go to tho hive I have on top of tin
weak colony, take out about three
frames, still partly filled with brood
(seeing they huyo no queen cells!, put
them in with tho old combs, aud putting on the partly filled sections the
same as on No 1, When I have no more
weak colonics I tier up old brood chambers after swarming, and when anew
swarm comes after this, I smoke down
all the young hutched bees in tho top
hive, remove all queen-cells, and put
this on the old stand, as in the beginning. Now, in a few days the bottom
brood-clminber, Into which i drove the
bees from tho top brood-chamber, is
ready for sections, I go to one of the
strongest, colonies, take oil one set of
partly-Idled sections, and put on this
doubled up colony, and they will tiil it
full lu a short time, if the How continues.
1 will say that when you put the first old
brood-chamber on u weak colony, it is
generally best to kill tlie old queen
in the weak one, and rear a new or young
queen from a cell in the one put on top,
which g"!i. rally is of the best stock, us the
best build up earliest aud swarm first and
ure the best to gather honey. Now for
the result ol tliissysttmof management:
1 have neighbor bee-keepers woo go on
iu the "good old way of our fathers,"
and 1 think I can safely say I produce
from twice to three times the amount of
honey they do, and 1 sell my honey in
my home market for twenty cents per
pound, while they sell what little they
happen to have at about ten to fifteen
cents, and it is dear at that. I generally sell to one or two grocery men
furnishing a nice show case about three
by four feet, with a glass in front, where
customers can see it from tho outside,
but cannot handle and disfigure the
houoy.
Sheltering fl'iiln Drafts,
Ample protection from cold winds is
absolutely necessary, Every animal is
more or less liable to contract cold ii
unduly exposed, Damp doors and openings in ih" walls are cgnslant sources ol
colds and diseases. The suuo result.-
aro often brought about by overheatiu;
causa 1 by animals huddling together.
To obviate tlieso eli'ects divide barm-
ami sheds into apartments and stalls
It is necessary that hogs and sheep be
divided into Binull lots, and allowed
more room than is usually allotted to
them. Where convenient heavy block
of wood, rails or thick boards may b,
placed at short intervals on the floor of
the shod where a better system of stalls
has not been provided. Don't lot them
"pile up." Comfort is the require
incut of all animal's welfare, as it is
also the test of profit to the owner,—
Farmer.
C. F. COSTERTON
VERNON, 11. ('.
Estates nf (I. (J. Mackiiy&Co,
Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td.
Yorkshire Guarantee und Securities
Corporation,
Niebolles k Hellollf, L'td.
Sun Life Assurance Co, of Canada,
The Royal Insurance Co, of North
America,
London k Lancashire
Eire Insurance Co,
London Guarantee k Accident Insurance Co.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Alexander Muir,
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL AGENT
Barnard Avo.,
P.O.DoxOl, Vernon, II. r.
Books Posted, Audited ami Squarotl Op,
Proper utlonlioii glvon to smaller linns.
Firo, Lifeuml Accidonl Inmu'uiicoo.uo eted,
—*.—
Provincial Building & Lean Assoc,
(Iiicoi'poi'ntod)
Of Toronto, Ont.
Is open to loan money for the purpose
of building in and around Vernon.   No
delay where security is good.   Apply
ALEXANDER MUIR,
SlCCY.-T'llKAS. AND AQENT.
MINERAL ACT,
oyo
Sore 'I't'iiIn.
The Practical Dairyman Bays; "As
the cows graze in partially wooded pas
lures they frequently lacerate their
udders and teats In climbing over logs
and brush. A Born on a cow's teat from
this cause or from a tear on a barbed
wire fence, will frequently persist for a
long time, aggravated as it is by daily
milking, The vicious habit of kicking
in cows very often bus its Initial point
in a sore tint with which the milker is
not Careful. The best way is to lieu'
these ugly lacerations up ns quickly ns
possible Wash the sore once or twice
daily with warm water, and then rub
into it an ointment made of oiie-fnurth
horacic acid mixed thoroughly with
three fourths vaseline or lard, This
will keep the sore antiseptic, or free
from infective matter, and assist it to a
speedy healing."
Live Stock Nuiiu.
Detusk the boar.
Pigs improve by exercise.
Keep the horse's feet clean.
Clover is the best of pig feed.
Educate a heifer into cow habits.
An excited cow will hold up lior
milk.
The carp is pronounced a destructive
fish.
Horns are going—presage of an age of
pence.
It is not necessary to be a hog in order
to raise swine.
An animal that has plenty of salt will
never overeat,
The iio«i Litter,
Sawdust is the best litter for cow
stables, but it should be of hard wood,
and not pine. It is very absorbent, nml
a liule of it sprinkledoveralloor recent'
ly cleaned freshens and purities the
stable.
A. D. W0RGAN,
Portrait & Landscape Photographer
VERNON, B,0.
VIEWS OF THE DISTRICT  FOR  SALE.
C. W, HOIiLLM
Portrait and
Landscape
Photographer
VERNON, B. C,
CANN & CO.
Stationers &c.
—Dcalors in—
PIANOS, OEMS, MUSIC, ETC.
VERNON, B, O,
JTOJQ   GMBXS
Wash House
HOT and COLD BATHS.
FAIRVIEW
C. MAIR,
KELOWNA, B. 0.
General Dealer iu
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing: and Provisions.
ParUoulnr attention pnlrt to orders from the
JJlJilNG CAMPS
of the Lower Country,   Prices Reasonable,
MARTIN BROS.
LEADING UOI/8K FOK
Hardware, Stove, Tinware, Pants, Oils
and Glass.
Vernon Private College.
VERNON, B. C.
F, Adrien Meyer, Principal,
SEND TOR PROSPECTUS,
VERNON
Notice of Application f&i' Certificate uf Jd>
provements,
Smugolkk MinkoalOlabt.
TAI'I' KOTICK thai I.Thomiui EHIol, ft-ce
utftier's' ri'ii.i'.iir Ho. 52,£15, Intend, sixty
days from the doto liorcof, to apply t" LheUold
CommiBHtoner for a certificate of Improvements,
for tho purpose of obtaining u Crown Grant »f
tho above claim.
Ami further take notice Hint adverse claims
must besent to the Mining Recorder, and action
commenced before the Issuance o{ sucltcerUlt*
cati; of ImprovomonU.
Dated this ItJtb day of May, 1801.
QOYKUNMUNT OFFICE,
Osoyoos.
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
Certificate of Improvements.
♦
NOTICE,
Mabel Mineral claim,
Sltuivto in tho ICottlo River Mining Division o(
Viilr l.iiiul l)isiiiai; located on tlio Summit
botwocn Roiinilary ami fourth of July
Ci'ivlei, in While's C'aiii|i,
TAKE NOTICE thai I, John Douglas, free
minor's cortlflcale No,,.. 0,intend, sixty
da; - from the date hereof, In unnly tn the Bold
Commissioner lor acorliflcate of Improvements,
for Iho [impose of obtaining u Crown Grant uf
Uio aliovo claim.
And further lukc notice, that adverse claims
musl bo .-".ail to ilia (ii'lil Cuiiiiiii' Inner anil
aetlon commenced boforo the isstiaii'a of such
certificate of imiirovoiucnui.
Dated this second day July, Ml.
MINERAL ACT, 1891.
-     ^.      -
Certif^ate Of Improvements,
NOTICE.
New York Mineral Claim,
Situate In the [Cottle Uivcr Mining Division of
Yale Land Distriet; localod on the Summit
between Houndary and Fourth of July
Crooks, in Atwood's Mining Camp.
TAKK NOTIUK that I, John Douglas, freo
minor's ccrlllk-uio iVo. tflHUutend, sixty
dnysfi i IbodaLo hereof to apply to tho Gold
I'liiumMoiHT for aecrtiiicateof Improvements.
Tor the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
tho above claim,
And further take notice. jJuij advorse claims
musl be Mint to the Gold ComniisBlonor and
action commenced before tho Issuance of such
certillcate of tmprovemonia.
Dated this second day of July, 1891,
H. C. COOPER
MANUFACTURER OK
Harness and Saddlery
VERNON, li. C
FOR SALE
160 Acres of Land. All Meadow.
BETWEEN Sixtynnd Sovcnty Acres Cleared
nml Drained.  Six miles from Camp McKinney. One Mile from waggon road,
Apply ADVANCE (II'TU'E.
For Sale or Rent.
Two Story blacksmith's Shop and ootnulcla
set uf luiili (now): also Block ul coal nnil iron.
On half-aero lui ul .Benvoulin,
Apply ll NICHOLSON,
FOR SALE
IN THE REST LOCALITY ON THU VER
1  NON Townsllo, n few aero anil hnlf-aei'O
hits, ollhor for building or gardening,
Apply in ihl-cilice or to
1?, ADRIAN MEYER,
Yr.iiMiN. 11,0,
Flour and Chopped Fqed
Dollvorod ul KeliAviui Wharf al Reasonable,
Prices.  Wrltofor Prices in
,1. T, I i.i VI US,
Okanagan Mission,
NOTICE.
N0TICK is IlKKKIiV GIVEN thai !!. I\
Palmerston has Hied with mo tho iioccssarj
papers and made application forn Crown Grant
for tho " Lasl Cliance1 Minora! Claim, situated
m t'aii'viow, In tho District of Vale,
Adverse u.ahmints lit any) musl tile their,
claims wiih mo within sixty itiui duyjt of thoj
date of tiltsn ■ iv.
vkd Nonius,
ioi ■ inuienl Agent,
NO
Toy GOOD BREAD
And CONFECTIONERY
,T. A. MOM 11
Proprietor,
FOR SALE.
FEED, OATH, HA V AND POTATOES,
Will bo dollvorod nl Okanagan h'nlls us so e
new Hlennii'i' runs on Dog Luke,
,1. Ill TrllKSON, Viaixux.
NIITli a   :    'j    .   IV  GIVro mu
i . ; lOtWi
. tltll
I,,.. ||   ,;,    1)1                     —a I  COI   ■ al. All ill I tS
of the lali   rn  ...       |»i a ami accounts cot
looted by
, ,   I.OYI -JONES,
I'll a ti..    li, M   . 30,
STAGE LINE,
Qsoyoos, Rock Orwk, Botintliiry Creek
mi'! Grand Prairie
Currying PaBsongors unit Express,
(KlINtl WK.-T
! Loaves Grand Pniirie (North Fork, via Mo-
Luri'iiVl mi Wudnosday morning, arriving nl
Osoyoos Thursday evening.
tilllNU HAST
Loaves Osoyoos Friday morning, arriving al
iiraml I'i'iiiliu Saturday ovoulng,
Comity Court Notice.
NOTICE is hereby glvon Ihat a silting uf Ihe
County  Court of Yalo will he held ut;
Osoyoos nu W'.'iliiivlii.v. 18th Soptontbor, 1591,
ut Ilie hour of II uVliii'k In the fiii'oniion.
Hy command,
O. A, R, LAMBLY,
aovornnicnl Offlco,Osoyoos, lt.l'.C,
iulh .liiiua nu, THE DEADWOOD CAMP.
Immense Bodies ol High and Low Grade Copper Sulphide Oic Carrying Gold in
Hv      ',.          ,,     .... ami eij.nl per cent cupper. II is one ol
Varying Quantities. , .        ,     ,     ,      .   ,	
'I'li,'11, ■■..'■     il '   nip lien Iwo  mrtn ,he  c'1"""    laU'')   ! "",l "r B'!
half  !„■!.,   ■>,-i ill   |!oiiii.],iry creek, "mn'eand h being slradil) developed,
hedhy ih" a"."' tra ut '''"' '"'"   illw'™>*s '"  "dinisa '.a a
5£=3?-tsmm wm mu line.
and is i
leads I" ('"pi'. !■ camp, ll wn Iirsl
si uck ill IS1H l|) Messrs. W. Met'or-
lllick,   Tlioiusoll,   In.lain.   (iilll)B llllll
greater depth n, reached,
The Hrooklyii lias on a parallel vein
ti, the ivosl of the forniei' claims meti-
|.;,,.,i.   Tnii.ial,  not, perhaps,  i tt|l}. tinned, nnd is owned hy J. Taylor, G.
exl iisiveussonieof  • camps'. | "''nihergor,  S.  Mangoll nnd others.
il iseertninh one of i.osl inlerehi'  There arc a coup I' cross-cuts on ll
j,,.,   i„,,,,„.,,. |i„   ,.,,.„i  ,,r th ■• ;!'"' aj'f"ul  «haff, showing up nnorc
Inja-    ia .,,;„,'  nf llie el; I, fail   ill'   '""^   ''*" ' >"   l''"1   I" Width Wit!]   a well
easily lu iu. The Iirsl claim reached dcllned fool wall,
on ascending Copper creek is thed real '    Tl"' '""'l!l «'«■'' '■■ H"' properly "I
Ui.pw   located in  ISC I"' .1. I', liar •'<«*"'«• Ocnzlernnd Gilihs.and Is Ihe
Ian, which lies al ui  h :,"a mile to tin ""'"ll '"-1"" ' ""' B'wklyn.   II
nui'lh   ,; tl,    rrceli    ll   has a  vcrv b"«'in open rut lll'ty o, a 25-
jjlrong vein, which has hecn traced ui- < shaft and a I'Moot drift.   Th v  \^ ^
ii,,,,l tin   i mil,'  length of the claim, "SW!1   S,w B°!l1 'l!:'!   :- I"'1' ceutcop-
Die ore being oxidized to a depth of I"'1''   I'uitherdevolo] nlwill shortly
froinsis lo ten feet, nnd therefore free-  '" ''"" 'I!'nl-
The  lied  HI ml  is owned also hy
.Messrs. (jihha iiiiil Dcirzlci', und lies on
: ia i i nil!  l"'l .a,'an the Sli'lliwilliler
GS-«.'.X1>Tt3-   SO-0TH
will leave Penticton " a. m, every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, arriving at Fairview i p.m., and Oro, VVashingtoj),
ihe same evening.
will leave Oro, \Vashingtorj, 7 a. in., Mondays, Wednesdays
unci Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a, 111., connecting with
SS, Aberdeen, a.iid S. & 0. and C. P, Railways.
Aaron Johnson, Prop.
Pi
milling "ii the surface. This runs all
Ih,' way from ,vj!, tn iJIUOhi gold, The
width of the vein is mil  known.   One
15-f  .sl.ali has been sunk .ami the ! :""1 lil'""k!.v"-   11 him Iwo shafts, ten
rest  of the developinenl consists of
surface work done for Ihe purpose of
taking mil ore for tliu nrriistru which
and l'"iii lei e feel, "li u small four-fool
vein of copper sulphide ore sluiilur I"
thai in tho rosl of the cilinp,   Assays
Mr, Harlan lias pul upon Copper creek ! "r lhis l!llliln &*,' "!' I" tt!l gold, *» ll
iind is working to perfection,   It eon- $10 silver nnil 3) per conl copper,
Sists of a tub ten feel in diameter, In     A" «'.' s mentioned so fur won
which the ore ia ground by four large '"I;"1'1''1 ]" m
stones (drags),  These aru drawn round
hy ;i sweep propelled by a large vertical wnterwheol, the water being taken
pul in ii ditch higher up the creek,
The oi,' is taken out of tlie inine ill a
waggon, dropped through the chute
into Ihe tub und the water does the
I'li,. Jloiitezuniii |h ihe north ex-
lensioit of the Sloniwindpi', and was
located lasf siiininer by Messrs.
Humphrey und ICeiglitluy, when an
ore body sinillnr to that of the latter
was struck, which is now being opened
up.
real, ll is u simple and inexpensive
way nf handling such ores, as no wage
bill has lo ha inel and no expensive
machinery is rep,iiired, ll is nol necessary to have a clean-up for two or
three weeks, when Ihe false stone bottom i the lull is taken up, in the ('revises,if which quicksilver is iilnced lo
butch Ih" gold, and  Ua' nninlguni is     Dun east-uf Ihe latter clain m
The War Hagle was located in 18IIJ
by Messrs, Johnson and Denzler, This
clahn is v, hat is iocully known as a
mineral ranch, every stake being in
mineral. The nre prospects well in
!;,ilil iill over, Developinenl work consists of ai'vi;!',al eros's-ciils ti|id Iv,"
shafts,
then run through a retort,   Considering Ihe quality of ilia roi k now being
other vein, Is the Monarch, located Insl
siiniuier under the new a;'!  by Messrs,
On   Ihis
crushed a very good. I'll -up can he I Humphrey  ami   lieightl
f-xpectt-il. claim several   open   cross-cuts   have
Th" Sunset was loctiled by Messrs. .1.,' » niade from T;"i lo Inn feet, nil in
Bust, S. T. Kee f Spokane, nnd \V.  Iire'   Tl"' «'idlh uf the ledge lias nol
vol been uscei'luined.
The Quid Drop lies north of Ibe Mon-
\V. Gibbs, in ISIII. ami ia owned by the
same parties.   'I'li,' walls of Ibe vain
are fin feet apart, ibe hanging lyalll'!'*!! and joins the Hnowshn, i the
being Jjlinytssltj! rqckniid thii foot wall Wl'st'   M Isownetibj Mia .lose],!, Heth
porphyry.   The claim is a  nml ,,f and is f the lending properties in
J <L*f V.
\1j
VERNON, B.C.
OI'I'OSIT'l'ITO RAILWAY DEPOT.
XX.   a.   BX XT Xj, X. 13 3t,  1?j-f>iiJ.-ieti.r.
BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CMS.
GOOD STABLING.
TERMS - FROM    $1.00 - PER - DAY - UPWARDS.
KANAG.AN £>AW  MILL
Kelowna, B. C.
mineral, into whicli a limni'l has boon
driven 125 feel from the surface. Tina,'
are four open cuts showing the width
of Ihe ledge. Tin' "i'i' is a copper sulphide lying in ipiai l'/. ami iron running
from ,$[1 to IJ10 gold ami averaging ten
per eeiil  copper.   All of Ibe decoitt-
ib" caiiip. There hit Iwo distincl
veins running through ii. one thirty
fuel, tlie other sixty feel wide. Across
I liese live IS-l'nol face open cuts have
been made, The oro samples from
87 to $2(1 in gold.
The Snowslioe i.-; uwued by Messrs,
hosed siirfaci! ore |ians,   This claim i Oibbs, Deiizlt,r and McDonald, ami was
ranks see.inil lo u- iii Ibe lainip,        ' '""' "r l1"' rl'',illl'i '"tl-'ly b.nntlcil by Mr.
Immediately wijsLnn ,, parallel rein,
lies, the Crown Silver, The ore body is
fifty feci v,i,l,'ami of the same charae
Tl|ol,l|ison. II, li"s east of Ibe (lolil
Drop on a separate vein, fully 200 foot
in width, which has been traced 1,000
lei' ns Ihe'Sunset.   Comparatively lit- 1'L'"1 un tlll) ""I'focc,   Tl re issindlur
hie developinenl lias been done on it,      '" character to thai of I he other claims,
The Mother Lode is ow I by \V, |'inilsiiinplus $10 to $10 gold and eight
McCormick,  ,1. V.  Ritchie, ('.I'l. II   I"'1' l'1'"1   t-oppm'     The develuiiiiieul
Tho;.,ps',i' ami W. \V. (libbs. and lies V'lV'k consists of 300 feef of cross-cuts
pn a pai'itlli'l vein lo I hai of iho Sunsel
and io tlml "I' ihe Crown Silver, li
has a ledge fully as wile as thai mi Ibe
Sunsel lying between iwo v."II defined
inula 12-fool shaft,   Further deielop-
melil is now being carried on.
Tli" Haw Hide (old Crown Prince) is
owned by McClilillis ,V Co,, and is Ihe
lime and graiiilu wills.   Developmenl | soittli extension of the Snowslioe,   Th
consists  of ;i 2n-|oo,    tunnel,  three
shiifls nml three open nils.   The ore
In uly lias been Lrucedon the surface for
a length  ol'  1,2110 feel, and runs the
.same us thai of tin- Sunset.   Like Mini
properly, ii   is a small lnouiiluin pf
mineral
Several locations are now being developed near lb" Ureal   Hopes, .and on   is  IL
the sunt!, of Copper n |< ;,!,■. ,|, Dlltlli   '"'lw
"I'l
has a very pi isiug claim, Ihe liuck-
hoi'ii. which bo located 1,-im fill and i
busily opening up,
The Deudwood camp will come lo
the fronl when snili, nail capital is pu|
ini" these claims lo handle lb,' im-
ineiisc bodies of ore on an cxtciisii'e
pile,
 *. .■
THE GREENWOOD CAMP.
 -^	
jinniense   Oodles of Copper Sulpiride  Ore
Carrying Gold From Ton to Sixty
Dollars per Ton.
'I b" Greenwood rump lies due easl of
IheCopper ami Deadwood and north
of ih,- Skylark camps, al a dlslnnce ol
lihoul lin- miles from lloiindiiry creek,
ivhenco il Is reached by the old tin i u-
wood trail,  Th" Iirsl  locations wore
struck in 1801 by Misses, Denzler,Taylor, White  ami Alw i.    ll   piny  In,
BUI ed up generally as consisting al'
live iiiiiiu use parallel veins of copper
sulphide ore carrying gold ic.io ton to
sixty dollars per ton, ami copper from
right, to ten per cent, The Iirsl locations made were the ICuob Hill, Old
Ironsides, Sleiiiwiiider, Brooklyn ami
Niirlh \'\:\\.
The Knob Hill i.s eyyiicd by Messrs,
While, Hotter, Siena,.; anil I'aiinei-
ston, who also own ibe (ihl Iruiisides,
its nortiiei'ii extension.
ledge runs Ihe entire leugtji of the
clahn ami varies From lifiy io one
himdred feel in width. On il there
ur,' Iwo small shafts ami a couidu pf
cross-cuts, Tlie ore is of the same
character us on lb;' oilier properlles,
Among lin' iwnl l'.,eali"iis made
may be mentioned tho Phoenix, which
is a claim under the now net, lying
i Ibe Sleiiiwiiider and Old
ironsides, owned Iff T. McDonald, and
another mi a cross vein between the
Knob Hilt nnil the Waa Hagle.
ll will li" seen from Ibe above Ihal
lie   Innlies  in Ibis ctiinp have an
enoi'inoiis surface showing, such as Is
ehia,.-;, unknown m any mining region
in ib,' S'orlliwest, Considerablecnpl-
lal will be n quired '" handle Una,,,
lail there is every prospecl of il being
forthcoming when the district becomes
heller opened up and known, The
ores are all iiiallii,g pros and will havo
lo lip shipped In II alai'liii. Thai limy
will evunlually I" worked on a very
extensive sciilc no ijtie who lias ever
visited, l1".' ciinip can have ihe leusl
doubt.
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Mr,   W.   IS.   I'lllis.  lai"   of   Ivnelon
Falls, Oni., wlm, i.s iiiulor ciintrncl tvllli
the corporation of Von in establish
a iStyiiniTol mill in ihal town, and who is
now iv,KJdenl there with his family,
received last week llm plans and .spiri-
liaalimis of the building, which have
Ina ai drawn mil by Wm. and (1. (!.
Ori'.ey, of Toronto, the largest builders
of mill buildings in ('ana,la. The mill
will be erected un, l",ls fi ami II, block
8(1, hnmedlately north of IL" jam factory, which have been given by the
A Large Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
of Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Constantly on 1 land.
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C*i--raU-x-?-;   l^-a.mr*xn.j*t.Xy   Pillo.1.
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
Goods  Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable  Rates.
LEON LEQUIME, Proprietor. ly
CAMPBELL BROS"
Imi'iiutkiis and M.ixiai'U'Ti'iiUH.s OK Ai.i, Kinds ok
FURNITURE
DpliolstGFOil Goods. Cafpeis, LiuOleiiiiiii,
Oil Cloths, Table Covers, Curtains,
Down Quilts, Window Singles,
Baby Qapnages, k, to,,
PICTURE FKAffliNG AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
W. J. ARM;
VEBSfON, B.C.
HAPWAi, TIN Al SWIAN,
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters of all Kinds
ii Agricultural Machinery
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W. I. ARMSTRONG.
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R. 0CHSNER, PROPRIETOR.
First Lapp Beep Brewery in B. C.
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On ibe Forpiei'claini there is an upon lug the (rrohiiil will be bej(iin at onci
I'i'iiss-i'iil   130 'feet, ono  ll-l'ool   Blinft and also  lb" hillldhlg  by  .Mr. T. K. | *
and another eight fpel    On the latter Oruwell, "'ho bus the c 'act,   ills
are one Ill-foot and two lb-foot Nhafls, thu inteittion to have ibe mill hi run-
and oni! open eul of 150 feet all inure,  nlng order ready to handle ibis year'!
the walls'not yel. being located. On
neither claim has Ilie width oi' tho
ledge been discovered, 'Ibis is hardly
credible, bin il is a tail nevertheless,
The or" is a is'tipi'i',sulphide assaying
jligll in gol(|,
The ,Si"iiiwiii,!i,|' |u owned by Messrs
Sebolield and llenzler, anil may be
called Ihe hesl known and mosf ileiel-
(ipe.l claim in the camp, It lies due
north of the Knob Hill and old Ironsides a|id is Blipporcd Lobe mi Ibe same
grain by between tlie 1st ami 15th ot'
October, ll will be run by steam, but
water power will later on l„' used in
Ihe event of tlio cjty obtiiinliui;i system ofwiitiirwni'kj, ^n ''t'elric light
plant, Incandescenl 9ystnni,500 lights
will also li" |inl in by Mr. I'lllis. air.
I'lllis will make a personal tour
through the Lower Okunagan and Kettle river districts with a view to securing a fair sllilto of Ihe business, as
soon as Ibe Iirsl sample ol Hour i.s
turned mil,
Railway, Mining and Agricultural j
Centre of the Kettle River
Country, 1
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
r'tll! PARTICULARS APPLY 'I'd
I P. PALMBBSTON,
Full Assortment of Groceries Always in Stock.
Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps,
Dry Goods and Clothing.
I   A Large Variety    ' ■
Opened  j | Tackle,
(Steele Pros. ,V Co. j   fi A R D E N   SEEDS   (te'T & Cq
Cash Discount, of 5 per cent, on Dry Goods and Men^
Furnishings.   Order? Promptly Attended to.
W. F, CAMERON,
VERNON, H. 0,
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The GARDEN TOWN of U. C, and the natural
Shipping and Distributing point for the famous
v'<     Olar.aiitj.Kfcgj'axa. Valley,
This new town affords Ihe best and safest, invest-
inenls In be found in British Columbia,
Town Lots
The yniillest size being 50x120 feet,
with  100 feet avenues  and  20  foet"^
lanes.   Acre blocks from ,"i Acres upwards.
Kim I'lllci'ih  M'l'i.Y To
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
ly At IH NTH, KELOWNA.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
UOUNOAItV CHEEK, KETTLE RIVER,
First Class Accommodation.  Good Stabling,  Terinlmis of Stage Lbie
from Marcus, Washington.'
T. McAULEY   :  :   -   •   Proprietor,
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FOR SALE.
One Ion of Prime Macon Beans,
Apply lo
GEO, WfiELAN,
Ok. Mission,
J3. a. CA.iZGXX*X. &, CO.
ArmstroiiR, B. C.
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
A urge list of farms for sale.
Hotel Kaiemalka
VERNON, B. C.
THE LEADING HOTEL OF THE INTERIOR.
Every Modern Convenience for Permanent and Trans*
ient Guests,
W, J. MEAKIN, Proprietor.
(I'unnui'ly of tho Jloivlmiiltf' Exchange, Vuncouvor.)
Z&ARE'S   XXO^Sa*   HOTEL,
LUMBY, U, (J,
First-Class Accommodation for Quests. Good Hunting ami Fishing.
Singes to Vernon and Blue Springs.
XjO-ulIs Mox'Wbaxei., Prop.
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