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 1  ANDSIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER  .,''."  ���������    _:     "          ���������  f      .-���������    ������������������������������������-..���������   :                                - '���������   ������ ������������������    -       -    "  Vol. I.  Xo. 12.  [MEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, APRIL 0, 1905:  >  $2.00, in Advance.  Ghurch Services.  In the Methodist Churcli, on Sunday Evening  of each week, at 7:30 p. in.  Strangers Cordially Invited.  .REV. C\ E. DOCKSTEADER.  H. A. Whillans, M. D.  Physician and Surgeon  Hedley, B. C.  E. H. ROGERS,  M.A., JJ.aL.  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  PROVINCIA  LEMTURE  Estimates BroughlDown and  'Budget Speech jelivered  Vehnon, B. C.  GEO: E.   WINKLER,  Penticton, B. G.  Estate and Mining  Broker.  SIMILKAMEEN F1ES WELL  Provincial   Mineralogist  Thousand Whittled <F  Pull Even This Yeal-L. W. Shat  Has   a   Cool  Province to  Real  Correspondence  Solicited  from  Those' Having  Property to Sell.  ford's Good Work  enay���������Big; Fellows  Building; the Road.  Coast-Koot-  ave to Bid for  QHflRLES flL SfiflW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and,  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  nEDLEY,  B. G.  JnS.GLARK  (Special to the Gifctte.)  The-past week in the >gislature has  been principally markedly the bringing clown or" theestiniati. On Tuesday  Hon. R, G. Tatlow delived his budget  speech, and at the same ;hne brought  re  ipts and  ex-  DEWDNEY & SPRINGETT  Metropolitan Block, VICTORIA  Real   Estate,  Mining &  Financial Brokers  Special Attention given to Similkameen Valley  and Keremeos Properties.  Owners of ALLISON Townsite Properties.  NICKEL    PLATE  Barber Shop  BATHS  Alex. F. McDonald  A. MEGRAW  Notary Public  Conveyancer, Real Estate, Mines,  surance, Crown Grants applied  for under Land Act and  Mineral     Act.  In-  Agcnt for:  The Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada,  London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.,  The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co.  the estimates of the  peruli ture for the year ito the/House.  In the civil service a reaction is proposed in the salary of tr. the provincial mineralogist. Thi has hitherto  been $1,000, or the saint is that of the  minister of mines. Th estimates for  this year put the salary \,t $3,000. The  expenditure planned IV the various  ridings of the province tow that Similkameen's wants are to >e well looked  after in comparison vth other districts. It is put at.$12,00, only Kam-  loops and Okanagan -caching that  limit, the highest anion the districts.  The estimated receipt for the. year  are put at $2,559,370.00.  tures Avill exceed it slig  $2,566,038.31. Hon. R. G Tatlow, however, expects that, witlihe surplus of  last year and care in tli handling of  the   finances,   the    pro'ince   will   be  enabled to come; out ahejit evenat the  end of the year.  There has been a pracical falling off  of receipts under the heel of the Chinese Restriction tax, but  of   interest   has   been  though not very large i\  increase.   This is the ?  ster bridge.    It is  ackn  the Government has niile  ably   good   contract  w  Northern Raihvav  Coi  The expendi-  -'tly,  reaching  use of this bridge.    The railway  v new  source  pound,   which  present,  will  w Westmin-  that  i reniark-  th  the  Great  pany for the  pays  rights over  wledged  Hedley,  B.C.  fi-fl. WRIGHT  Boot and Shoe Maker  MEDLEY, B.C.  REPAIRING  NEATLY  DONE.  Stage and Mail  Orders Promptly  Attended To.  i Mrs. G. b. Lyon  \li :*:*3S������������:  I DRY GOODS  I      FANCY GOODS  1 BOOTS & SHOES  I Millinery in Latest Styles  \(l ���������ABKNTS l'"0|{���������  $       MASON ������, RISCH Pianos.  id *9-3fefcfe  HEDLEY,  $1,500 a year for runniig  it for five years, and tli-n $20,000 for  fifteen vcars following.' This is inde-  pendent of the genenl traffic made  out of the bridge, which, is estimated  to give $10,000 more ths year,.making  the total receipts fran that source  $25,000. !  The estimated expenditure  by districts is as follows :      ;  District. j      Amount.  Alberni '.. i $ 6,500  Atlin i     0,000  Cariboo j.     8,000  Chilliwack !     1,500  Columbia !     7,000  Comox..- |     S.000  Cowichan     6,000  Cranbrook     5,000  Delta 1     2,300  Dewdney |     4,500  J Esfiuimalt :     6,000  j Ferine     6,000  {Grand "Forks '       5,(XX)  'Greenwood     3.000  JThe   Islands       3.500  Kaniloops    12,(KX)  Kaslo ; 10,000  Lillooet   10,(XX)  Nanaimo     1,000  Newcastle-     5,000  Okanagan  .12,000  Revelstoke     9,0(X)  Richmond     7,000  Saanich      1,000  Similkameen    12,000  Skeena   10,000  Slocan     8,000  Yale     8,000  Ymir   10,500  All sides of polities have complimented Hon. Mr. Tatlow on his budget  speech and the moderate tone, of it.  He made reference during the speech  to the fact that the mineral output  had increased to about $20,000,000 this  year as compared with $17,500,000 last  year. Further referring to the mineral  industry he struck a true national note  in suggesting that  when  the 2%   tax  was adjusted it might be along the.  lines of exempting also the pay roll as  well as carriage and smelting charges,  and that a rebate on oi-es treated ��������� in  the province of perhaps 50% might he  made on the .increased rate which  would have to be charged in consequence of these exemptions.   ,  The minister of finance said that the  government of to-day had enacted legislation which was somewhat disagree-.,  able. It had the courage to do that,  having faith in the country. It was  well for B.C. that it-possessed a government which had the courage to  do this.  The debate on the motion to,go into  supply has been in progress chuing the  last part of the week. .las. Murphy,.of  Cariboo, the first speaker on the Opposition side, delivered a very humorous speech which was heartily enjoyed  by both sides. Stuart Henderson's  review of the finances from the Op- j  position standpoint was very disappointing. He took exception to the  telephone, telegraph and postage  expenditure.  This was replied to by the Attorney-  General, who contended that Mr. Henderson wanted a book-keeper and not  a finance minister. His policywas oner  of lead pencils and postage-stamps.  John Oliver on Fridajt brought up a  number of charges of mismanagement  cm the part'of the Lands and Works  Department, claiming that the Govern uient had violated the statutes in  issuing crown grants on reserved lands  through 'applications'' made before the  land was reserved. He has given notice  that he will apply for a select committee to investigate the charges. In connection with the. charges it is noticeable that if the present government  violated the statutes it followed in the  steps of the last government, and that  Mr. W. C. Wells was equally to blame.  Hon. Mr. Green replying said that the  Government had nothing to hide and  would give the fullest information.  There; is every prospect that the session may close by the; end of the week.  In connection with the discussion of  railway legislation it is noticeable now  that only a Coast-Kootenay line is  seriously discussed among politicians.  This is not as it was in former years  where a line to open the resources of  that part of the province was very  often made secondary to that of other  loads. The good work of L. W. Shat-  ford has been seen in the fact that  now three projected lines of railway  are trying every means possible to get  the contract for the line. These roads  are the C.P.R., McLean Bros, and the  V. V. <& E. It is reported from Ottawa  now that J. J. Hill has promised to  build to Princeton this year, and that  pressure is being brought to bear to  make him consent to continue his road  to the coast by way of the Hope  mountains, thus giving an all Canadian  line.  Mr. Shatford deserves great credit  for arousing the lethargy which has  too long existed with inspect to the  need of a railway at once through the  rich Similkameen country, and forcing  it on as a real live issue so that railway  companies have been forced to compete  for the right to build.  CT. NORTHERN  TRIE MEETS  Advance Guard of Hill's Forces Make Sudden Descent  On the Similkameen. .  COMING FROM WENATCHEE  Two Parties of Sixteen Men Each Now  At Work On This  Side Of BounT  .  dary Line���������Chief Engineer   Kennedy Came in  on Sunday Night���������Pat  Welch's  Men Pay Visit- Hill Talks  Camp McKinney.  Camp McKinnky, B. C, March 25.���������  There is every probability that the  famous old Cariboo mines which has  been shut down for over a. year, will  be shortly re-opened. A well known  mining expert n-oin the Kootenay  country has been in camp during the  past week examining the conditions of  the property, testing the* tailings, etc.,  and expressed himself well satisfied  with the results. He proceeds at once  to Toronto to report to the directors  the company and to complete arrangements for taking over the property.  GENERAL.  The West Indies want to come into  the Canadian Confederation. So does  Alaska.    Don't all speak at once.  The estimates provide for $35,000 to  be expended on bridges throughout  the province.  It costs the province $1,500 a year to  light forest fires.  Jim Ward tier died at El Paso, Texas  last week. Montana., Washington and  B. C. will be lonely without Jim  Wardner.  A transit'or level may not be in it  with a pick or grub-hoe to carry -con--  viction as>to'when a railway company  does or does not mean business, but still  it is good very good indeed to see the  things happening'that have happened  since last issue of the Gazette, and to  hear the things talked that have been  talked about while the other things  were happening. Rumors had been  around for a clay or two about parties  starting out from Grand Forks, that  were not generally credited, but when  news came over the phone that one  parity of sixteen was at Keremeos fitting out to begin at the boundary and  work up towards Hedley, and another  party was on the way to Princeton to  work from there down to Hedley, a  little of the old apathy began to slough  off; but the biggest slab of it came  away when towards evening a four  horse outfit pulling a load of heads and  whiskers hove in sight around the  bend beyond Schubert's.  It was a party of sixteen Great Northern Engineers under H. W. Silke,  that Billy Garrison hauled over from  Midway. They stayed over night at  the hotel Similkameen, bought a. camp  outfit and a heap of grub and started  next morning up the river to camp at  Allison, from which point they were  to work down the  riven-.  The lower party now camped below  Keremeos is under the locating engineer, Bassett, and is working this  way.  On the same day also D. A. Rankin  one of Pat Welch's subs was in town,  and there also appeared Tony Scarpelli  who gave out as the object of his visit  that he wanted to have some mineral  claims surveyed on Sixteen Mile. In  the Boundary, country Searppeli's  movements are mostly associated with  the command of Pat Welch's dagoes,  and the throwing of dirt (not as the;  Star does it but) in railway construction. The consensus of opinion among  those who claim to be "in the know"  is that the road is coming in from  Wenatchee and the section from Midway to the lower end of the Similkameen is abandoned for the; pi-esent at  least.  How British Columbians in the Boundary and the Coast will like this, remains to be seen. To them it may  seem death to Canadian interests to  have an American railway boring into  the; heart of British Columbia's plum  pie, but to the trail tramper of the  Similkameen  Question  of   Water  Discussed.  Supply  HEDLEY  WANTS A JUG  Communications from the Representatives  at Ottawa and Victoria on Various  Questions���������The Waterworks Considered.  The Hedley Board of Trade held the  regular monthly meeting- for April on  Monday evening last when there was  a fair turnout of members, several of  them being present who had not been  regular attenclers at previous meetings.  President W. A. McLean occupied  the chair. The minutes being read and  disposed of, communications were received from Duncan Ross, M.P., L.W.  Shatford, M.P.P., and W. G. Gaunce,  secretary of the Greenwood -Board of  Trade. Mr. Ross acknowledged his  appreciation of the honor done him. in  appointing him one of the .'honorary  members of the Board. Mr. Shatford's  letter dealt with various subjects upon  which the Board had sought his aid,  and assured them that he had taken  up-each matter ��������� with the department  to which it belonged, and was hopeful  of a successful issue. Mr. Gaunce  wrote, furnishing the information  desired.  Each communication was regularly  received and filed.  The secretary reported, in reference  to progress on the bank question.  Mr. F. H. French reported for committee re hydrants and water rates,  stating that the absence of Mr. Rexl-  gers had prevented the committee from  completing their work. The ridges of  earth and gravel left along the streets  from excavation for the waterworks  also came in for notice, and it was suggested that the committee! also take-  up this matter with others when discussing the water situation with Mi-.  Rodgers.  The president, secretary ,-i.nd Mr.  French were appointed a committee  to interview Mr. Rodgers with reference to water rates, hose, hydrants  and condition of streets where pipes  had been laid.  Mr. Collin suggested that in view of  the ract that the date of Mr. Rodgers'  return was uncertain the committee  communicate with him in the matter,  and a motion was passed directing the;  committee to communicate with Mr.  Shatford in Victoria and ask him to  confer with Mr. Rodgers and advise  him of the wishes of the Board.  Mr. Fraser pointed out the fact that,  should railway construction be in  active progress this summer, there was  no lock-up to enable a constable to  maintain order, and it was decided  that the secretary wire Mr. Shatford to  obtain an appropriation.  this  "Duiitliis ICiiifrund Vivnt Hex.  Tread a moasiiru on tlic stones."  There are some who claim  that  Welch now has the contract to build  from Loomis to Princeton, and that  this portion is to be graded first, the  supplies for same to be toted in.  On Sunday night Chief Engineer  J. H. Kennedy, accompanied by J. J.  Tracy, of Seattle, and H. G. Ha.nkin-  son, Grand Forks, arrived in town.  They proceeded to Princeton on Monday morning.  What the C. P. R. will do in the  matter nobody knows, and the Similkameen has eiuit caring. If V������.n-  couverites don't like the present  ! outlook of the Great Northern running in from Wenatchee and quitting  this side of Hope Mountain instead of  building from Midway and going on  to the coast they can have it out with  their coast representatives at Ottawa.  If these men had supported V. V. <x E.  legislation at Ottawa in 1891, or even  in the early part of the present session  work would have probably been under  way from Midway  westward   by  time.  '     Victoria,   April  2.���������Mill announced  'in   New  York that   the   V.   V. .v.   E.  [ would he built to the coast as  soon  as  Pat j surveys would be completed.    On  the  eastern end  be built this  it  least  100  miles   would  year, 1005.  L.ytki:.  The. indictations are more favorable  for bringing the road through from  Midway as well as from Wenatchee.  At ail events it is evident that most  of the supplies will be hauled by team  from Midway, and to this end a tote-  road will in all probability be constructed down the riven- to Oro to avoid the  heavy pull over the mountain at  Richter's pass.  The telephone line will prove a great  convenience; to the; engineers and con-  coutraetors during surveys and construction. In all probability each  camp will have a phone.and Chief Engineer Kennedy is considering the advisability of connecting the link between Keremeos and the Night-hawk  which would give him connection with  St, Paul. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. APRIL   6,    1905.  tlbe Hkdk  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Issued ������n Thursdays, l>y the. IIkih.kv CLowm-:  I'W.VTlNii ami 1'i"l;'.is111-ve; Comi-axv.  Li.miti:i>.   nl. Medley.   It. <'.  It w;is ,-i fraud OH   tlie   public [magistrate; .would be foolish enough to  jr.ivi.iif theGrand Trunk Paciiic j 1������,t 1,h"-   Only once did the editor <>r  ', ,      ,     .. .    ., i   I the Gazette regret having auvthing to i  eleven years to build   its  road. |<lo sy]th a t:,ls,,.,mrUha^Vll8 \hi. OIllv '  ���������'Pray heaven that it be not too i olu, (.lklM) ,)y hjm from <:, yv. Ho/ier.  late"  impiously   ejaculated    Sir j Time and again was 1-1 u/.icr sent.home i  WiUriel and then turned around ', with  the. advice  to quit .quarrelling, .  and gave them eleven   years to | *<>������"'<��������� "pand endeavor to live IH-accably |  ,....,. .      ... '      ,. , --with his neighbors.-   Such advice  was  bulk  it in.     And it was a xra'tul ; ,.    .   -     ���������        .    .,   .   . ,  , .       ; not calculated  to  win  his love,  and.  on British Columbia not having ' h(.1H.(. i,;,., muUness to vilUy.thc editor |  a clause in the c-on tract compel-  \<i' the; (iaHette.   And'this mania fori  liny; construction at this aiu)   at j litigation as well as gener������rworthless-  the same time that work is pro-!'"������������ " Hcr/ier's part could have only;  coediii"'  in  .'jubscrlptcons in Advance  I'or Year  &.\U������.  Sis  Months ,    I.U������  Advertising -Rates  Measurement. VI linos to the. inch.  Truii-iisnt AeivertiSL-meiits-not e-xeeocliii^ (mo ; CCJedinj*'   1!)      the    east,    bt.lt    tlie  inch, SI.lid -I'm- one inset-lion. -';"> cents for .������-.,'       . , ���������    ,i> ���������  each siiiwuiinc;ut insertion, over one inch,  great Libera! party seems twm-  Id cents nor line, for llrst insertion and :'i   ',. ,      . .       (.   .. '��������� ,  cents per lino for ouch subsetpiont insertion.-l I eretlt about its  failure  to   i.a.je-  Transionts  l,ny,,i.l0 in advance. o;lU,rd the interests oi   tlie peop-   eel  upon   makin  Land Notice;   (.'ertilioatosol improvement etc.. ; -V  . ,,-. --     ���������  S7.<iiH'or lid-day notices, and J?;i.(!il for :sil-d.-i.v i Je m .this matter.       I. lie   1'orOllt.O  contr������n'avertis������nBnts-un������ inch ,������o.i-.ii������.iitiu i Globe in discussing tlie attemp-  ������l.i'iV, over I,inch and up to I inches. SLIlfl ! + ,.1 l,. l l ,...1.,.   rlip,    (������   rp    p    ,,f.  perinchwriiionfli. -IVconstant advertisers ; tOU noUl-lip l>y    tJlO    U.  X.   J. ., <ll  mm  one result, and that was to make  as heartily despised by everyone as he \  is.   His habitual drunkenness wassueh :  that on one occasion a neighbor insist-  a  sworn  statement'!  that Hozier was  running' the  woods i |  deincMited with chronic'd. i.'s,   and  in  tliis the magistrate again acted as the  peace-maker in persuading him  to  le;t '���������  per inch per month. To eousl.tiiit advertisers | ~~~ ���������  ~ir.  -./     v-~    ~-  ���������-   - -->     ,7     peace-maKer 111 persuading mm   wi   ic;u  taking tarter space than  four inches, 011    .        ��������� iflmitiivio- flint the- fniun.'inv   (l���������..,i.ifim.,li.,m  amplication, rates will bo given of reduced | Let   aUlll.lXa.-Ulg 1.11.IL dt.d company > the matter drop.  dmiges, based on size of sjmco and length i needn't   bid Id   here   lor    eleven'     For reasons-which need not be dis-  ��������� Wholesale and Retail  General     Merchant  Groceies  Dry 6ods  GentSjFurnishirigs  Bootsknd Shoes  Etc., jtc.  Hardware  Flour and Feed  Sash and Doors  Lumber and Shingles  or time.  of  course.  a  Advertisements will be changed once every I years  month if advertiser desires,  without; any extra 1 ,.-���������,  .      .  charge. i''ov changes ofleuer than once a month ; "J. il IS   IS,  the   price of composition  will  bo charged at: '   ���������    , ,  ���������     ,.        ,-. .        ,.  z~>   ���������������������������   1  regular rates.    . i matter tor the people oi: Jbrttisn  ChanRos for <;ontra<:1, advertisements should ! Col'limbui   to    settle     foi'   theiU-  be in the olliee by noon on Tuesday to secure i      ^    . rn,<r '���������  attention for that week's issue. 'selves. I he     Company     must  cold-bloodedly remarks: trllswtl  l*w-< ]w wa������ .employed each  ,.     1 spring during  the  period of  nieltin-"  eritirelv '     ������ ������ '  A   MEQRAVV,  Managing: Editor.  company  complete    the    line    in  eieA-en  ; years, with or  without a land  io-raiit; if  the  province    make.-f  1 such a grant it does' it open-eyed.  snow to take'e:iire of the road be;twe.eu 1  his plae.-e and Rock Creek, and all that  is.necessary is to get the opinion  of  any freighter or any stage-driver who j  travelled that route to learn something j  of  his   worthlessness.     Any of them |  will testify that it was a fraud on  the j  public to allow the roads-to'be torn, up  by running  water,   necessitating the  outlay of hundreds of dollars later no  to repair, what he could have prevented but for his laziness and contrariness.  Our readers now know a little about  C. W. Hozier: they also know enough  about A.E. Howse to thoroughly enjoy  this quotation from Hozier's letter:  "Heartily adverse to an unwarranted  and scm-rilous attack on any man's  ediaracter, and inn re especially so in  the case of our friend, Mi-. Howse, who  is, and always was, above the faintest  W.-A. Galliher was levelheaded and did a fine stroke of  business for his constituency by  turning his attention to tlie geological department and hammering- away for a month or  two until lie procured from the  department the service's of Mr.  R. W. Brock to make^'i structural geological survey of-the mining camp of Rossland and vicin-  |     Chief engineer   Kennedy   of  the   V.  V.  & E.,   while not as  j communicative as the  average  i reporter would like Idm to  be,  lis nevertheless the  man to  iii-  ; spire confidence where .work is  i to be done ; and the newspaper  'man who is anxious to see pro-  I - - - .  i gress, will forego the talkative-  i liess for the sake   of   tlie   M'Ork. j suspicion of treason or treachery to the  I If Mr. Kennedy can repeat here I "���������������������������? ������* honesty and uprightness."  ! his performance of last summer     Aml  nmv whilfc i-s all. this pother  ! ialiout   scurrilous   attacks   on  A.  E.  ���������Howse's character ? When was there  any attack in the Gazette that could  be distorted as such ? The sum of the  Gazette's offending is all to he found  in a political joke, sent in to us for  publication as a sort of offset to the;  rot which Howse was sending over the  phone from Nicola Lake, that certain  Cabinet ministers in Victoria had resigned, and other hare-brained political  babbit; that was utterlv foundatiunless.  GEO. KIRBY, Hanager.  on the. Phoenix branch he will  fill the bill.    It wascm the 10th  of May 1904 when Mr. Keiinedy  left St. Paul with orders to proceed, and by the first  of June  j he had the entire branch cover-  ! ed from end to  end  with   1800  ! men.     If Mr. Kennedy had said  l that he was now  clothed with  First  Class :in  Every  liespect.     Commercial and -Mining  Headqiirters of the Keremeos and Lower Similka-  "meti Valleys. ���������' Post House on .Penticton- .  ton-Princeton Stat������;e Line.  KEREMEOS,  B. C.  like    authority   to that  which j  ������n-^i .A ^.,\.<-   ^4--   1,:^.   ..������������,:. 1 '' 't alleged that Howse was veivfriend-  constituted liart  01  11 is  olncml  .       .?.   ���������������,.;..,,  ,     , '  n        1ml        (,   , j ly   witli  Socialists  Hawthornthwaite  -"���������^^.y | and Williams,.and went on to sav :  JWTien in Keremeos  STOP AT  lEeCentral Hotel  TWEDDLE ������������ REITH, Proprietors.  Good Acommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of:he Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  wardrobe on the   1.0th   oi  190-1 lie would have  made  the  "Whether this portends a. change of politics  ., ft      T    ,,'.'"-,"       i. , 1''   *.    ������  ' c ' Ga.'/ette  glad  and ' the  Gazette ! ������������> t''������ i,il1-1'-,)f tll(J Nie--������i'"- merchant m- is only  ltV.        ill LUIS lie got the Start Oi" j .  ' ; another ovUleuce of his well-known friendship  the   member   for   Yale-Cariboo. ! WOUkl ,'"    tQVU     mVe,UJ!lde     fl j forthe worUi.^eUtss, l>amel{umors������yetl.not.  who should have been the first I  to have obtained from that de-1  partment a service of this kind: j  for if there is any constituency !  in tlie Dominion of Canada that  whole lot of readers glad  Hozier, Howse & Co.  'Woe unto you when all  men  shall  ! speak well of you" is to be found sonm-  deserve.-   Hid   needs such   Work,   where in holy writ.    There is comfeirt! that and  nothiiu  it is Yale-Cariboo, upon which  not one dollar has been expended for every fi>e that has been  spent in the Kootenay. Possibly Mr. Ross  thougl.it that  be-  -\ prominent Smnlkameen Socialist,-who was  spoken to about this latest reported convert to  the doctrines of Karl Marx, expressed his feelings tersely by asking what undjjr tlie high  lienvens the Socialist party had done to deserve such a calamity. Fortunately for the  Socialists the story lacks confirmation."  There was- nothing-scurrilous about  refiocting 011 anv-  in that, for it shows that the editor of  the Gazette is saved from the curse.  A. E. Howse and his hirelings, for instance, certainly cannot be accused of  any desire to speak well of us. Last  week the Star contained a letter signed  cause Mr. Brock spent a summer j by C W. Hozier, that the Gazette, must  on   Boundary   creek   that  this  was all that the constituency.of  Yale-Cariboo required.     As far  as the Similkameen is concerned, not a dollar has been spent  by the geological survey department since Dr.   George Dawson  made his journey of  investigation and research,   through the  valleys oi:' the Similkameen and  the, Okanagan in 1878.     It is to  bo  hoped that the  member  for  Yale-Cariboo will yet  bend   his  energies in   this  direction, and  that before the present  session  is  brought  to  a   dose-   he   will  have secured  for  the Similkameen the services   of  Prof.   W.  G. Miller or  some  other noted  geologist, since Mr.  Brock   who  is  familiar with   conditions   in  British Columbia, has been kidnapped by the big stalwart from  Nelson.  body's character: and yet that is the  peg upon which all this guttersnipe,  vulgar personal abuse of the editor of  the Gazette has been hung. But if Mr.  Howse; really wants the matter of his  personal character and record to come  up for investigation he wm have; it,  and be is acting in a ve;ry apt way  to get it.  NOTICE.  credit to A. E. Howse, for two reasons:  (1) it is known that he made; the re-  qnest <>ver the phone from Nicola Lake,  for its publication; (2) The letter was  almost a reproduction of the vulgar  abuse that appeared in the Star, even  to the words and the phrasing. There  is an individual named .0. W. Hozier,-  and since he has se;'en fit to father this  thing for Howse, it is but fair that he;  should be introduced to tlie readers of  the Gazette, and   in   the  introduction  there will be no insinuations  nor inn- j Vernon, H. v., March aitli, litot  endues--nothing but direct statements j '.  and direct charges, all of which can be;  substantiated by as many witnesses as  there are men who know him. Gentle  readers, this is Charles William Hozier.  He claims aristocratic descent and he  has been punishing booze in this country for about 20 years. The Gazette  believes that Providence has a, purpose I  in the creation of every   human being,-i ^jo'i-k-i,'  =*v  loffet's  FLOUR  I. made through tlie most careful  selection of hard wheat *tnd strict  atention to detail in milling.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO., Ltd.  VERNON and ENDERBY, B.C.  J)  NOTIt'K is hereby given that sixty days after  (late I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase Kill acres of land in the Osoyoos  District, and more particularly described as  follows: Commencing at a post in Section 120,  Tp., Xi. running- thence north -ill chains; thence  west Id chains: thence south Id chains: thence  east ID chains to point of commencement.  KllW. ml:LLOCIC-WKBSTKIL  l-l-l  Cawston ������ Edmond  NOTICE.  Sim ilka moon Division of Yale District.  The opening of the Ontario  Legislature in Toronto was a  brilliant affair. Mr. St. John is  the new speaker, and Marcourt  appears to be acting as leader  of the opposition. He brought  down the house by referring to  his following as "those who sit  in this corner of this side of the  House."  icrehy given that, from and after  and the onlv apparent purpose foi-j.-1^ theisnth tiny of ,hme, l'.K).->, the following  rr     .      .    .     ,'. ,-i   -ii        .described portion of the Osoyoos Division of  Hozier is to figure, as a.  practical   tllus- | yule District will he withdrawn from the said  t-i-iHmi oi' the  definition    of   the   word    Osoyoos Division, and that the said portion will  tl.llion OI  Lll(   (KlllllLlon   01    inc.   \1 01 ei   ,���������. established a separate Land Recording llivi-  "cultus,"   for   in   this   human   olqeet 1 sion. to he known and designated as the Simil-  .... ,, ,       ' : kameen Division of Yale District, vi/..:���������  lesson we certainly have worth lessn ess ;    Commoiioingnta point on the International  A     Iwi.iiitit'iil     11w.fr>     (.I- ! Boundary when.' it is intersected  by  I'aynst.on  .v    oe.uuuui     piece.    01 \ VrwU> whu.h is .,,K(I tlu. s������������������ti,.wlst ,.,���������.,���������,,. (>1-  HI  J  <  r><������v������ni>i(iod        \     beautiful     m'eee     ,,l-| Boundary where it is intersected  i>y  I'ayiiston ' (J  peihonincci.     .v    neauurui.    piece.    01 1 VrooU> ���������.lli(.n is .lIs(l tlu. soutti-eust comw of ��������� v  ground on Rock creek,   which he took ! Yale Land HeeordingDistricl: thence following [ M  ,    .      ,, ...       I northerly along the said  creek and the south'_L  up as a, ranch m   the  early  nmeues, ; fork of tlie siinilkameen river to its junction , *m  ,,-,,,iM   1,1,* f#ii. liiv  ,.(iiiul W 11I inieil   l-ivi. i with the Tulameen river, thence westerly along  would, biiutoi ins constitutional   i������i/j- , t)l(j TllltlluC(.M I.ivcl. to tllu I11(mth of CMl*  ness and drunkenness, have placed him ! creek, thence northerly a Umg China creek to its  . .���������, .     . ,. , . .   -1 , I intersection with the south boundary of LoliKI!),  in affluence. Jealous of his neighbors | Group 1. ivnmloops Division of Yule District,  ,,,i���������, ,.,,������������������. tLevo ������evovil v(>-iv>i -iftev I thence due east to the eastern bank of Okun-  Who came tluie ,st\(i,U >eais ������'fw''-[ ,,w,n ,.jvei-. thence in a northerly clirccticm. fol-  Wards, and Avho hv industry and thrift < lowing the eastern shore of Okanagan riverand  ." . . ' ,.   ., .    i Okanagan lake to a point n(i miles due north of  .begun to accumulate a share of this tbo international Boundary, thence due east to  ���������,.,���������i,i'��������� ,mt\r]u lwi w-iu lin������v i>iel.-intr ' the; western boundary of the Kootenay Lund  Worlds   goods,   he   W.is   Oiisj   pic king ; |{0(,���������,.(1ing District: tlienee southerly, following  quarrels with them, and pestered the j the said western boundary of Kootenay District  * ���������   , , ....      /-, to the Will I'araliel: thence west along the lllth  lives of the local magistrates in   Gamp j Parallel to the place of commencement.  McKinney trying to get law. Nothing i  was too trivial or petty to serve as a '  l-.     -o  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresli Meats  Fisii  VGQGtaBlGS  AND  2  D  a  pi  W. S. OOItK,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works,  ,    ���������        ,     , . ... . Lands and Yl'orks Depiirtinent,  pretext  for   laying   a-   charge  if any        Victoria, B.C.. 1st March, 1W5. !)-!  HEDLEY,  B. C.  WE MAKE  One Qrade Only  AND  T/HEY STAND THE  Heaviest   Fires.  Never   B-Cnow/n to  F'all.  We do not make  Thin Willi Safes. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, APRIL 0, 15)03.  Town and District.  ���������.'��������� Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Burr returned last  week from their trip to Kansas.  Mr 1. L.   Denrdorf has moved   into  his   new house  on  Scott Avenue.  II. G. Sidley lost his boiler  houses  a.  goinl frame structure, bv fii-e last week.  The estimate's  aci-oss Okanagaii  provide  for a ferry  lake; at Kelowna.  W. A. McLean returned on Monday  from a long horseback ride to Suni-  inerlaiul.  P. .Hc;ld.stall has gone over to Midway  on business, but expects to return in a  short time.  Paul  J. J.   Marks and  are. out prospecting on Shingle  hilt find the snow  too   deep.  Brodhagcn  creek  ,P. M.iu-phy is able to be about again  after a severe cold which, laid him up  for a time and got away with some of  his.  avoirdupois.  It does not follow'that because the  Hedley Board, of a Trade are asking  for a jug, the proceedings are becomi ng  dry.  A vet from Ontario has been installed as'eustonis "officer at Osoyoos, and  it is .reported that the Sidley office is  to ho closed..  Mr. and M'rs. L. A. Clark of Green  Mountain came in yesterday. Mrs.  Clark will remain a. few days with her  daughter, Mrs. AVr. J. Forbes.  Copper mountain is to be; connected  by telephone, with-other points on the  line. It is Mr. Voigt's intention to  have a phone put in at once.  Theiisual number of April fool jests  were worked off; but all of them didn't  come out just quite in the way they  had been planned.  Mrs. Smothers of Hamilton, Montana who has been visiting her daughter in Greenwood arrived in Hedley  last week to visit another daughter,  Mrs. I. L. Deardorf.  Mrs. Allison and her daughter Allie,  of Allison, were; in Hedley on Monday,  the guests of Mrs. Whillans. Mrs. Allison has warm friends among the  ladies of Hedley who enjoy her occasional visits.  How many survey lines have .been  run for every railway  that has  been  i.    Peck fairly made the little. Star more  i than twinkle last week.'   It was bright  ��������� enough to outshine a new moon. Peck  ; was killing dead things too, and hence I  j some hypersuperanfiliated ads. suffer-1  c-cl.   liven that of Hewso'n and McLean i  j of. the Commercial dotel,   .Hedley  has'  at last disappeared.  i The; new mill-man in charge; of the j  j 'Daly Reduction Co.'s stamp mill is Mr. j  j Arthur Clare; from Ymir, who has bad !  | long experience in stump-milling. Mr. i  ; Clare, on severing his connection with |  I the; Ymir mill, was presented by his j  I fellow employees with a silver service '  i in token of their regard.  * Mr. and Mrs. Einil Voigt were guests '���������  at the Hotel Hedley on Saturday night,  and on Sunday they left for Copper  mountain. Mi-. Voigt has just returned from the east and is pleased with  the outlook. Work will be prosecuted  on the company's properties on Copper  mountain in a more vigorous manner  than ever''before. .  Rev. A. .1. Fowlie held service; here  on Sunday evening last. This is likely  to be M.r. Fowlie's last trip to: hold  service in Hedley, owing to some stupid arrangement made by Dr. Ilerel-  liian, the Presbyterian Superintendent  of Missions. The Presbyterians of  Hedley are of the .opinion that if the  Presbyterian Church have any more  like Dr. Herdman, they should take  care that they are not allowed but  alone. .    '    <-,  "Billy" Garrison, of Garrison and  Bloomneld, liverymen of Midway, was  in town last week- with a four-horse  turnout,'having brought over the party  ���������of Great Northc;rn surveyors' who are;  working this way from Allison. He  left Hedley on Sunday morning.on his  return to Midway. Billy handled the  whip for years, freighting on the Pen-  tictcJn-Grahd Forks route in the pal my  days when all the mail and supplies  for the Boundary went over the Mc-  Kinney mountain ; and later he; drove;  stage for years between Mclvinney and  Greenwood.' It is his belief tluit -Mc-  Kiniiey Avill soon come to the front  again and that the old route will be.  restored.  Mr. D. McAuley returned from Riverside, Wash., and reports that to be  the most poverty-stricken country he  had ever been in. Nobody has any'  money; there is nothing to do and the;  wages are,at starvation point for anything that there is to do. Eggs are  ten   cents a dozen.     Just fancy anv  ED.LEY  The  Leading  House  For  Commercial  Hen. .������������������:������������������   :- :  Best Only Provided, for Table  and Bar.  W. J. Henderson. Prop.  F. RIGHTER HO.  Oonera.1 Store  KLEREMEOS,  B.C.  A Large and Entirely  jSTew Stock of General   Merchandise  Just Opened.      '  Prices  Reasonable.  HOTEL .SIMILKAMEEN  -.-,:. HEDJ-E-v:,  B.C.      -  TThe   Leading  Hotel of the.  Similkameen  \7all  ���������    ������������������   ������������������',('.��������� ������������������..-',  This House is New and First Class in Every Respect,  ,       Being- Equipped with all  Modern  Conveniences���������Electric  Light, Telephone, Baths, Etc.     '  :���������"     :        :        :  Rates Moderate!  A. McDermott, Pro&rieter  ey.  flLHLEfl MEAT  Give Us a Call!  built-'   Will some statistician, get. to j self-respecting hen having to  lay  ten  work and figure it out!    On  a rough j dozen eggs to sea-ape together a dollar.  guess about seventeen and three-quarters should catch it.  It costs B. C. $6,000 per year to kill  wolves coyotes and panthers.. The  ���������Gazette knows of one band of panthers  that they could have killed for nothing.  The publication of one little paragraph  in  the  Gazette    would do  it.  The mill crew of the Daly Reduction  Co.'s stamp mill has been re-organized  and things are moving along smoothly  again. Mr. Messenger has fully recovered and is hack, on duty at the  batteries as amalgamator.  Over three months of hard work and a  paltry dollar the gross output. Take  out her board and incidental expenses,  and what is there, left to raise a faniily  on ? What a country for a hen to try  to live in ! "God help this country,"  j says Mac, "if all them starved-out  Pelousers come swarmin' in here." It  would be rather a calamity, but we'll  gladly annex all the hens, and be kind  to them if thev come over.'  Fresli  and  Cured Meats  Wholesale  and  Retail  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  Bates Given to Hotels and  Boarding Houses.  5. Per Cent, off for Cash.  10  "       ���������'     off on  Saturehivs.  Fairview's  Leading:  Hotel.....  1* Golden Gate  H. JONES, Proprietor.  At this Season a Good Spring  Medicine, will assist Nature to  throw off "That Dead Feeling."  Look up that Old Family Recipe  and let as get it ready for you !  AVe have epiite a variety of  Spuing Toxics alreadv on hand.  R. J. Wynne,  MANAGER.  This house was lately overhauled and enlarged, and  is now comfortable and  convenient.  lONfl HOUSE  Wedding Bells.  They are going to have a nobby bar  . and office in the new building at Hotel  Hedley, and a general ���������overhauling of  the old premises is in progress with u������j  view to providing accommodation foi  .the increased trade; which has already  set in.  When Hedley Fire Brigade is organized it has been suggested that the hose  to be used had better not be hoseatall  but socks inside of heavy hob-nailed  sole; leather casing; and certainly the  condition of the streets would warrant  sonic; such precaution.  Fred Baker came; in on Saturday on  a brand new Concord, which has been  placed on the Penticton-Hedley stage  route. The quality is all right, but it  is a little out on the score of frequency.  So fine a rig 'should be seen oftener  than twice a week. Proprietor Wei by  is- hound to keep abreast of (he times.  Electrician Cootes has just installed  a 7.5 h. ]>. Westing-house induction  motor in the carpenter shop to drive  a planer. The motor is almost identical with the machine which drives the  Gazette presses, the; only difference; being the greater power and the fact  that it is three phase instead of single  phase.  ' I'Yecl and   Ernest   Kurtz  came  over  from  Greenwood   last   Thursday and  report considerable; work   in   progress  in  Boundary Creek camps.    Fred has  been   under  the   weather during  the  greater part of the; winter  with  rheumatism, and concluded to try the drier  and warmer climate;   of  the  nieen.    They heard the   report  which  has gone out, of a demand for men at  Hedley.   The Kurtz brothers are skilled miners and will doubtless find very  little difficulty in getting a job here.  The  home of Mr. R. C. Armstrong  was the scene of a, very interesting  event on March 28th last.    Mr. W. J.  Armstrong, familiarly known.to many  of us as "Billy," took as his partner in  life, for better or  worse,  Miss Helen  Moyes, daughter of Mr. Peter Mo yes,  of Middlebank, Fife County, Scotland.  The groom was supported by his  brother Arthur, while; the bride  was attended by Miss May Sniitheram.    A  few minutes after four in the afternoon  the; bride: came in,   leaning on the arm  of her brother: and the necessary questions   having   been   answered   in   the  affirmative,    Eelw.    K.    Hard wick    of!  Hedley declared them' man  and   wife.  We arc; aAvare that it is customary  to  give; a detailed description of the bridal  finery, but your correspondent  being  only a man and unversed in   the  dark  and mysterious ways of the dressmakers, is unable; to state  with  certainty  the name; of the material or the  style:  but this he does know, that bride and  bridesmaid were both prettily attired '  in white as befitted the occasion.   Owing to the (cl)efficient mail facilities all  of the wedding presents did not put in  an appearance,   but those   that   were  i there were; both ornamental and  use-  [ ful.    After the ceremony the; wedding  { party, numbering about  twenty,  sat  ! down   to   a   very   bountiful  wedding  ! supper.   The; bride cut the cake, which  j was distributed by the  best man.    If  j appearances count  for anything,  Ar-  ! thur very much regretted that it  was  j not a double; knot.    Never  mind,   yeju  I shall have a-full charivari   when  your  time conies.    After the supper and  a  very pleasant evening the; newly niar-  Similka- i rieel couple departed, amid showers of  rice and old boots  to  the;  music of a.  varied   orchestra,   to   take   up   their  abode on the groom's place across the  river. All their friends wish therm a long  and happy life.  The Gazette joins.  Spring Requisites  Such as Ammonia, Sulphur,  Chloride of Lime, Carbolic Powder, etc., etc., should be provided  for now.  w  Full Line of Flower and  Garden Seeds.  JOHN LOVE,  Druggist, (&>  Stationer,  HEDLEY &  [HEN journeying to the  Boundary Country arrange your plans to stop  and rest a while at the  IONA HOUSE, the; halfway .hotel between Midway  and Sidley. This is where;  the stage stops for dinner.  Good Accommodation at  Moderate Rates.  J. & McLean.  Proprietor.  Charges moderate.  FAIRVIEW, B. C  Tlie Pioneer Carriage  and  Repair Shop  HEDLEY,     -      -      B.C.  Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of Blacksmithing done.    :    :  GEO. fi. SPR0ULE,  Proprietor.  Proprietor.  &*3eQ0GeOSc9e09GO3eO9GOttdSQQQ06*^^ THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. APRIL 6, 1905.  TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB.  An   Entertaining   and   Instructive   Programme���������New Officers Elected.  After a. rest of some two uieinths the. j  20th Century Club held their meeting,  and the very good attendance was evi- ���������  deuce that the programme prepared  for the; occasion was sufficiently attractive to bring out something like; the  old crowds.  President T. II. tHckinsoii  occupied  the chair and   proceeded   to  bring  off'!  the   programme,   which   consisted  o  songs, choruses, recitations, etc.     Mr  Hard wick    gave    a    reading,      Mark j  Twain's   toast.   "Tlie    Babies."      Mr. !  Hoe-king sang in good form,   "All  for j  Society," and on being encored,  gave !  "Go  'Way Back and Sit Down."   A.'  feature  of  the  programme.;  that was j  much enjoyed was the  talk  on   "Ore \  Deposits" by Mr. W. P. Rodgers. who  presented  scientific  truths  with    the  minimum allowance of technical terms, j  He dealt with the. local geology of the j  district   and   the influence  upon  the!  formation of ore bodies,   showing the  manner in which nature prepares  the  ground for the deposition of ores; and  held out to prospectors the encouragement that when   the geological  conditions are right they are justified in  doing Avork.   even   in  the  absence of  regular   outcroppings.     Mr.  Rodgers \  gave this talk on a-previous evening j  some  three  months ago,   when  very  few were out and the programme committee are; to be; congratulated on being j  able to obtain bis consent to repeat it,  for as a contribution to the programme  it was the; feature of the evening. Mrs.  Garrison gave a recitation, "Kentucky  Philosophy," and for an encore gave  "The Serenade."   Mr. C.E. Oliver sang j  "Mandalay" and responded to an  en- ���������  core.     Mr.  Dickinson displayed rare j  histrionic power in his recitation.  The  closing piece was a solo and quartette. !  "Good Night," by Miss Lizzie Chilson, j  .Mis. Forbes and  Messrs. Hocking and  Dickinson.  At the  close of  the cntcrtainnieiit.j'.  the club proceeded to the election  of  officers for the ensuing term,  when  the following were elected : President, j  Ii. D.  Barnes;   vice-president,   W. P. i  Rodgers; secretary, Mrs..Garrison: as-1  sistant secretary,  H.  Tingley:   treasurer, Miss Megraw: librarian. Rev. C.  10. Docksteaeler. !  PENTICTON NOTES.  , Seekers of fruit lands, mainly from  Manitoba are finding their way here  in ever, increasing numbers. Some day  soon people will wake; up to find that  the little burg on the lake has grown  to be a thriving town of goodly  dimensions.  Main street on the; new townsite is  being plowed up preparatory to grading   it.  Thos. Ellis and family left on Tuesday's boat for Calgary.  Freight and passenger traffic has  become so heavy on Okanagan Lake  that theC. P. R. have decided to put  the steamer York into service again  for the; carrying of car load lots. The  Aberdeen will continue to carry [passengers ami way  freight.  Mr. Jos. Weeks the genial first mate  on the. Aberdeen will lie made captain  of the York and a number of other  promotions are being made; in consequence of the new arrangement. All  the lake points will welcome the  change as it will obviate to a great ex-  lent the vexatious delays of the past.  Mrs. .1. Hood was a visitor to Kelow-  iiii for a. few days last  week.  Mr. A. H. Wade; is building a store  <>n the new townsite and will move  his stock across in a. month or less.  He has chosen a very central location.  L. 0. Barnes is at Kelowna whore he  has taken Mrs. Barnes to the hospital  for treatment. Mrs, Barnes is dangerously ill and may reepihe to go to the;  coast to have an operation performed.  Percy Marks who built the; Grand  Union hotel at Hedley has opened up  for business here, and is getting a. large  share of patronage from the; travelling  public;. Percy seems to have a knack  of catching a new place just before: the  rush.  PROPERTY IN  Is  A  Good,  Safe  HEDLEY  Investment  Hedley  is the supply point for the; Nickel Plate mountain, on which is situated the famous " Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising .mines and prospects. It is the; mining and business  centre of the;  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Similkameen  the new mining district .which has already been proven, by a  small amount of development work, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town'on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway : and with the. advent of this road,  which is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably  become a large and important city, and town lots will bringing returns on .money invested at the present time.  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....  .  $400 to $600  Other Streets.     .$200 to $400. 4  .... I fclrvirlo....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 monthsy with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  For Those Who  Invest Now  Purchase a few lots before the Railway Comes  For Full Particulars, Maps Etc,  ��������� rtF������F������I_"V  TO ���������  The Hedley City Townsite Co'y, Ltd.  L. W. SHATFORD, ^ = HPHI   PV      R   C  Secretary and flanager, iiuul*!^!,    i>. V.  PENTI6T0N  Livery, Feed and stage  STABLES  ==  ESTABLISHED 1903  =  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  :0:  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public. :        :  -:o:  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  Mclennan, mcfeely t co., Ltd.  Vancouver, B. C  Wholesale and Retail  HARDWARE,  STOVES,  SPORTING GOODS.  SIMILKAMEEN  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable  Single and Double  'Drivers.  Saddle   and   Pack-  Horses.  Wood for Sale.  HOPKINS (������b McINNES, Proprietors, Hedley, B. C.  Grand Union Hotel  HERRING & WINKLER, Pkops.  Choice   Liquors and  Cigars  always in stock.  Good Table and Comfortable  Rooms.  Careful attentlonto ^A/ants of tra-velllng  fsublio and regular boarders.  The GRAND UNION is the nearest to tlie; works of the Daly  Reduction Co., which makes it especially suited for regular hoarders.  Ar.r, white help.  HEDLEY, B.C.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty clays from  date I intend to apply to the Chief Own-  mi&sionci-of Lnwlsand Works for permission  lo purchase the following described land:  Commencing-at a post on the west side of the  Indian Reserve, marked K. M. Daly's southeast corner and following- the reserve line 10  ���������bains north, thence leaving the reserve line  ;ind running- 20 chains west, 40 chains south,  .'Oehai us east to point of commencement and  i-ontalning SO su-.rcs more or lews.  E. M. I)ALV  Keremeos, tt. C, March 81st. 12-1  ^Commercial Hotel  HEDLEY, B. C.  This hotel under new management has been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the market. The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  J. K. FRASER., Proprietor.  &60'S  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������ALSO���������  Proprietors-FAIRVIEW    AND     PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.

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