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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. II.  No. 12.  HEDLEY, B. C., THURSDAY,  APR, 5, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  of Commerce  CAPITAL���������$10,000,000.     .     -  " Total Resources (Nov. 30, '05)-  REST���������$4,500,000.  -$98,000,000.  PENTICTON   EiR/YINCH  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT���������Interest allowed on deposits of Sl.OOuncl upwards.  BANKING   B"V  m/\IL  Deposits niny be made and withdrawn by mail.   Special attention given to this  clti&s of business.   ::   Drafts and Money Orders issued on all points.  A General Banking Business Transacted.  J. M. CHRISTIE   ���������   - -        Manager  A Branch of this Bank has been Opened at Princeton.   i  umttiumtiammmmmmEmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^maMi  3BSE3  TLLIAM E. BUKRITT  UAKBISTEK,   SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC.  COMMISSIONER,  ETC.  EDLEY  B. 0.  5HARLES JE. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Inters may be left at Gazette office.  EDLEY,  B. G.  H. ROGERS.  M.A., U.C.L.  SOLIC ITOll. CON YE VAN CER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.     .  Splendid Strike at Voigt's Camp.  Last week Mr. Voigt's mining force  made an important strike on the No.  1-1 mineral claim in a shaft which is  down 40 feet. They have about 10  feet of high grade ore and no walls or  indications of walls in sight. Until  cross-cutting is started it will be impossible to tell the size of the ore body.  The snow is about all gone and the  weather is fine.  TRACKLAYING  WITHIN 30 DAYS  So Says Chief Engineer Hogeland of the Great  Northern.  .Oroville -- Wenatchee Cut Off  Hill Making- All Haste To Get In���������The  Wenatchee Cut-Off Will Make Short  Route  To   Coast  that   Will .Serve  ' Boundary and Similkameen Until  Road to Cloverdale Is Completed.  Interview With Mr. Shatford.  DIAMOND VALE COAL & IRON CO.  Vernon, B. C.  |A.   LOGAN   &   CO.  (Sucsessor������ to Miller Bros.)  ATCHMAKERS' and  JEWELERS  '-'Repairing ii Specialty.  Work Guaranteed.  IllDWAY and GREENWOOD,   B. C.  The Value of the Coal Measures Proven  Beyond a Doubt, and Good Indications'for Oil.  fcdw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B.  C.  Estimates Furnished on any Elec-  Irical Project mr Power or Light  ft fl. WRIGHT  JOOT &  SHOE  MAKER  HEDLEY, B.C.  irand Union  totel  HEDLEY, B. C.  [ERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  ILIVER & GLADDEN  ���������:o:-  Ilivil & Mining Engineers  During the visit of Mr. T. J. Smith,  president of the Diamond Vale Coal  andiron Co., whose,holdings are situated in the Upper Nicola on Tula-  meen Creek, ..the ,Giizette made inquiries as to progress of development  on the Company's properties and results of same. Mr.. Smith was willing  to discuss the ihatter arid .some of the^  information gleaned from '.him affords  explanation, of J^nyrtlie' railroads are  anxious to build, into a country which  a few years ago was thought to offer"  no tonnage for them.  The .Diamond-Vale Coal and Iron  Co. have now been working steadily  for some 18 months with diamond drill  to prove the extent and value of their  holdings. A judicious amount of surface work weis done before drilling and  four holes from 600,to 900 feet deep  have been put clown, showing a dozen  or more seams, one. of which is 16 feet  thick, two of them 6 feet thick and  three more that are each 1 feet thick.  Another hole was started last week  which it is their intention to drill to a  depth 'of 1000 feet. In the former  hole, at a.depth of 860 feet, the drill  appeared to have penetrated an oil  basin, and while no real gusher is yet  in evidence the drill acted as if it had  dropped into a\regular tank of oil.  The exposures along Quilcheria Creek  show the measures to be over 8 miles  in extent and the quality is excellent.  Mr. Smith expects when railway connection is completed to supply this  portion of the valley with abundance  of cheap fuel. The route of the C.P.R.  branch runs through their holdings  and Great Northern' engineers express  their intention of running a spur in  from their main line at the West Fork  of the Otter.  -:o:  MINESand  rE/VL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B.C.  r JftiTaSnlv  Watchmaker  HEDLEY.B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  T. M. GULLEY &. CO.  Furniture Dealers  and Undertakers  Ave handling a full line of  Fuuxituuk,   Caki'ets.    Bedding,  Uimiolstkky.     Li.voi.ei;ms,  Picture Frames  and  Window Glass.  GREENWOOD  and MIDWAY  Improper Use of the Mails.  Provincial Police Dept.,  Victoria, 15th March, 1006.  The postal authorities find that His  Majesty's malls are being made the  means of distributing throughout the  country postal cards of a very indecent  and suggestive character.  The Criminal Code of Canada makes  it a criminal offence for any person to  manufacture such cards or to expose  them for sale.  Section 179 of the said Code reads as  follows: "Every one is guilty of an  indictable ' offence and liable* to two  years'' 'imprisonment' ivho knowingly,  without lawful justification or excuse,  manufactures, or sells, or exposes for  sale or to public view, or distributes  or circulates, or causes to be distributed or circulated, any cihscene book, or  other printed, typewritten, or otherwise written matter, or any picture,  photograph, model or other object  tending to corrupt morals."  The police ln\ve been instructed to  take proceedings against all persons  exposing for sale such cards, and Constable Haynes is on the 'lookout to see  that nothing of the kind be permitted  here.  '"We will be laying steel on the Similkameen line for the Great Northern  railwav, ;l distance of 100 miles from  Midwav, B.C., to a point near Princeton, B. C, by Avay of Oroville, Wash.,  inside of 30 days, and, as the work is  not difficult, the line should progress  at the rate of a. mile a. day."  A. H. Hogeland of St..Paul, Minn.,  chief engineer-of the Great Northern  system, gave out the foregoing statement yesterday before going to Portland, Ore., with F. E. Ward, also of  St. Paul, general manager of the company, on the way to the Sound, where  the officials will pass a week inspecting new work.  Mr. Hogeland said that the grade  work is practically completed on the  Midwav,extension in British Columbia.. The work was let in 25 mile sections and pushed along with little or  no delay.  "Of course," lie added, "there is some  top grading to do at certain points  on the line, but the work has so far  advanced that the rail layers can begin work some time next month. It  should be completed no later than  August, and it may be that rolling  stock will go over the line before that  time."  "We have a party of surveyors in  the field between Wenatchee and Oroville, by way of Brewster," hei said in  reply to a question. "The engineers  are-going over-a preliminary survey  niacte several vears ago, and thev are  now locating the route that is to be  used by the company between' the  points indicated.  "I am not sure when the work of  grading will be taken up, but it is  hardly likely the company will lose  any time after the final surveys are  made.  "I can not tell you at what points  the branch will tap the main line, but  it probably will he'in the neighborhood  of Wenatchee?, following the Okanagan river north to Oroville."  While Mr. L. W. Shatford preferred  to have any statement that might be  given out concerning the Penticton  incident made by his brother, W. T.  Shatford, tho resident managing director of the Southern Okanagan Land  Co., who was entirely responsible, he  answered frankly questions asked by  tho Gazette.  So far as he was personally concerned, he had always been opposed to the  einployment'of Chinese labor, and had  never employed them about his premises,  even  for housework,' preferring  rather to pay the, fares of servant girls  from Toronto and other eastern points,  but as ho was only one of nine directors of the Company, he was not'in a  position to force  bis entire views on  this question upon the Board.   He was  " not the resident managing director  of the. company and had only at times  discharged   tlu;  duties   of  managing  directoi in the absence of his brother."-  In the present instance he knew that  his brothei-  had endeavored to avoid  the employment of Chinese,  and he  knew also that last month the Company were paying  white men $3 per  clay   to   dig   holes   for   tree-planting  when private individuals on adjoining  lots were getting holes'dug for almost  half the price by Chinese.   With the  competition between land companies  that was carried on, where the Southern Okanagan  Land Co. had to compete  with those at Peachland.  Sum-  merland, Kelowna, Vernon and Keremeos, all of whom employed Chinese,  he had no doubt that the question of  labor for land-clearing,  tree-planting,  etc., had been a difficult problem for  the resident managing director to deal  with, but as for the merits or demerits  of the Company's position in - the incident which had been-precipitated'by  the action of the conspirators at Penticton, it was not his province to discuss at this juncture.   When asked as  to whether his brother was prepared  to discuss them,  he replied that he  was-quite'sure that he was, and had  no doubt that he would do so.  For his own part, the first he knew  of the affair was when he had been  told of it ehaffiingly by Premier Mc-  Bride who directed his attention to a  statement of it in the Province.  state-  C. P. R. FROM NICOLA  Expected to Reach Princeton  This Year, and    .  THEN ONlOMIDWAY  This Is Not Likely To Stop Plans For  Section To Penticton.  Reliable information has been received at Victoria that the C. P. R.  purposes pushing on its line from  Nicola east to Midway and that the  section to Princeton is likely to be  completed this year.  Meanwhile work will go forward for  building westward from Midway into  the Okanagan, and the branch from  Tuk-Ul-Nuit Lake, near Fairview,  northward to Penticton will be made  to enable the big Canadian road to  re-capture its share of tlie Boundary  and coast passenger trade -which has  slipped from it since completion of  the Great Northern into the Boundary  district.  THE PENTICTON TRIAL.  Month   In   Jail   was  the  Sentence.  $25 .or  One  The Gazette has requested a  ment from Mr. W. T. Shatford which  it is hoped will be at hand in time for  this issue.  FIRE AT KFREMEOS  Sunset Deal Off.  Word came from Princeton at .the  end of last week that the deal between  the B. C. Copper Co. and the Sunset  Co. was oil', and that Messrs. Morrison  and   Turner   purposed   moving   from  there to-day with their families.    This  is very much to be regretted.    It was  hoped  that at the meeting held last  week   in   the Boundary,  the   Sunset  people would hesitate before pursuing  their obduracy to the point of breaking  off negotiations.    However, it is satisfactory to know that the injury which  might   result from  the circumstance  will be minimized by the certain knowledge that the   trouble   is   with   the  people   and   not  with  the  property,  which it is generally  understood the  B. C. Copper Co.   were pleased with  and were satisfied with results from  the development that had been done.  That circumstance will tend in a great  measure to offset any injury to Copper  Mountain   that  under other .circumstances would be sure to result from  throwing up the bond on that valuable  property.  P. Bromley's  Blacksmith  Shop And  Dwelling Destroyed.  Mining Deal Pending.  Negotiations are pending for the  bonding of a group of claims to the.  south of the Nickel Plate. The deal is  with an English concern and Mr.  Gladden is working this end. It is  understood that all interested in the  claims forming the group have signed  the option, which entails the performance of a large amount of development  work.  On Sunday about nine o'clock, fire  was discovered in the upper portion of  of P. Bromley's blacksmith shop. The  dwelling was overhead and it was here  that the fire caught. Too much headway had been gained to permit of saving the building and the difficulty of  removing effects from the upper story  made it impossible to save the household goods, so that all this was destroyed even to the clothing.  The blacksmith shop, however, fared  better and most of the tools, stock and  equipment were got out. Unfortunately there was no insurance, making  the building arid household effects a  total loss.  Qn Monday, work commenced, on  the erection of a temporary shop, for  Keremeos couldn't afford to do very  long without its siniddy. The readiness with which assistance was proffered must have been most gratifying  to Mr. Bromley.  The Gazette had a call on Saturday  last from J. M. Robinson, the King of  Summerland, who is always a .welcome  visitor in the newspaper office as he is  an old-time journalist of the..prairie  province. As Columbus discovered  America for the Dons, so J. M. can be  said to have discovered the Okanagan to the Manitobans, and in doing  so, he has given to this portion of the  province a ready-made (not the hand-  me-down type) gilt edge article in the  way of settler, of whom we cannot  have too many, for in doing a good  turn for themselves they have taught  us a whole lot about how to manage  things in own country. From .T. M.  you never hear the plaint of the pessimist and his optimism is of the practical judicious kind that figures out.  The trial of the Penticton olfendeis  took place last Saturday before Magistrates   E.   Bullock-Webster,   A.   H.  Wade,  C.  R.  Townley   and   Sinvthe  Parker.     Barrister   Fred   Billings of  Vernon prosecuted and ' Patten   was  there to defend.   Many witnesses were  examined and the bench had no difficulty in arriving   at  the   conclusion  that there had been an  unlawful assembly and that the accused had .been  head and front of the same.    But they  made the penalty as light as the gravity, of the offence would permit.   The  'principal offenders were G. E. Winkler, G.'S. Mohr and J. Mitchell.   Mohr  paid his fine, and the rest, with expec- <  tant eyes upon the grandstand for any  crumb of applause or appreciation of  mock   heroics   that  might   be  lying  about, elected the dark dungeon.   But  if Winkler and his disciples imagined  that   they   were, to   be   allowed   the  Avhole stage and all the bouquets they  were mistaken, for the  Grit  Government telephone was all the while listening with strained ear, from dear  John at Hedley to far away Nicola,  and quite as hungry for their share, of  the applause.   At Nicola the bare mention of prison walls awakened a throb  and forthwith the announcement was  made  that Nicola, would donate 200  plunks to pay fines, which was immediately bulletined by clear John.      ������������������  Meanwhile the public caught on to  where it was all coming from, and for  these little buttinskies it was "love's  labor lost." As for the culprits under  sentence, mammon triumphed over  the glories of martyrdom'; and so the  unfed clungeon re-closed its jaws.  Shades of the martyrs to the public/  weal, from Gallileo to Johnson of  Ballykilbeg, what an escape from loss  of halo !   ( No Chinook )  Taking the small boy's version, scripture savs : "Him 'ats' got gits, an' him  'at aint got gits left." In like manner  the glory of the Penticton incident  will belong to the posterity of the.  trie') already enumerated, not even the  names of the balance being known.  History will dub them merely "the  other three."   . ^   METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the read  ings show-  ing  temperature,  etc.,  for  the week  ending March 31st :  AT THE MINE.  Maximum  Minimum  Mar 52  44 -      ..  24  26  47  34  27  41 -     ..  31  23  46  24  29  43  25  80  45  36  31  49  38  Snowfall for week 3,5 inches  Total on ground,  12 inches.  Average  .max.   temp, for month 33.76  Average  nun.       "  i.       16  Average;  general ��������� -  AT THE MILL.  44.28  Maximum  Minimum  25  59  28  26  60  28  27  58  30  28  62  28  29  60  30  30  59         .'  34  .   31  60  28  Rainfall for week, .12 inches.  Rainfall for month, .24  Melted snow .02 inches. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,   APRIL   5,    1900.  Ck Mcy Gazette  i-  .Tap.-m has just adopted a new  j.turifl: .which  is  protective and  J'retaliatory.    Japan knows how  j to light commercially'as well as  Shruikameerv Advertiser. jfisticnlly.      AVhnt a  pity   John  ��������� ���������..���������.(���������.>-.;.:>��������� M.yiiu-iiKi.Luv ������.w.wn-K|.'Bull wouldn't take n tew point-  ,.n>i; .\.\-i> iviii.isniNci c'iimi'anv,       jers from his -orienta.1 ally on the  i latest wrinkles in both styles of  I jiu jitsu.  and  <l.MlTKl>,  nl   Dcdle'y.   II. C.  t">uhscriptio:-ii in Acivfliici  l-e.;  SI-;  i ear....  M.nith'..-  .82.00  . i.iin  Aclyerlistog- Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to Lbo itu-lil  l.atul Notices���������C'ertilli-nte.-J of iiuprovcnientelc.,  $7.11(1 for filMluy notices, and .?;').00 foi-3(Mluy  lioliceis,   ' ' .  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  Inch, .<?l.00 for ones insertion, 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion.   Over one inch.  lit coiil* Per line for first insertion unci 5  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in adviinec.  contract Advertisements���������Otic inch per nuinth.  $1.23; over 1 inch and up to I inches, $1.0(1  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger -space than  four inches, on  application, rales will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without liny extra  charge. For changes ofteucr than once a month  the  price of composition will bo charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract iulvcrt.lncino.nta should'  be in the olllee by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  ? ' A   MEGRAW,  Managing Editor.  Heretofore no one was disposed to j^ive. Kaiser Wilhelni  credit for being- much of: a humorist; hut when lie solemnly assures his Dutch Jackies that  they must be prepared to meet  the allied navies of Britain and  France, thegrinmess of the joke  which he is springing on said  Jackies entitles him to be promoted to the position of end-  man for the troupe.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.    'I  COPPER PLATEmineral claim,   situate in I  Osoyoos Mining Division of Vale District.  Where located :   In Camp Hedley  XAKB NOT/ICE   that   I,   Ainslcy   Megraw, j  x    Free Minor's  Cortilit-atc No B79221, agent  for Sydney M. Johnston, Ki-eo Miner's Cen-tifi-1  cate   No   U'.llKlS,   intend    sixty    days    from  I  the   date   hereof,   to   apply .to the Mining  Recorder for a. Certilicato  of Improvements.'  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant, of j  the above claim.                                              ���������       j  And further take notice that action,  under j  Section 37, must bo commenced before the issu- i  uncc of such Certificates of Improvements. ]  Dated this 30th day of March, A. I).   liKKi..      I  ll~!l   .         ���������    '                                                                  i    I  NOTICE. i  ooeoQOQooooooeooooooooQOoeGeeeooQdQOoooi  ������ BRITISH NORTH AMI:R1GA  Capital���������$4,866,666.  HEAD OFFICE IX CANADA,  11. STIKIOMAN, General Manager  Reserve���������$2,043,997.  -       MONTREAL  .1. I0LMSLY, Supt, ofDranches  BANKING BY MAIL-  special attention  there  acted.   Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada ancT abroad  Accounts  of  parties  living at  a  . Deposits can be made through the 1  to and withdrawn at any Jiuc.    A General Banking Business Ti-ans-  d 1  distance receive our  mail, and sums added  Certificate of Improvements.  FAIRY QUEEN, SOMERSET, CASTLE  FRACTION, NORFOLK FRACTION,  TO AVER FRACTION. STXG FRACTION. VICTOR   Kit ACTION,   and RED  GREEN MOUNTAIN  First ciuar.  3rd  Full Moon  Killi.  v..^TS.-^'ii^*^Jki>  J||������|^:-bastumuv  m^-^M-      -'mil.  190G  APRIL        "...'   1906  Sun.  M0I1.  Tues. Wed/fhu, fri.Sat.  1  2  h     i-.   5   : (i     7 ;  '.8  <)  10     11     1       Hi    .14  ,15  16  17-     l'i     19     2i)     21  22  2.*  ���������24     25     2(5     27  ''28'  29  m. ;  t  MIDWAY & VERNON  L. A. Clark went to Vernon last  week in response to a cablegram "from  Mr. Ricardo, manager of��������� the Coldstream ranch, who is in England negotiating for a $75,000 ditch to be. put  through the Aberdeen estate. Mr.  Clark is to superintend the -work. He  will also go to Washington State to  buy a car load of horses to carry on  the work of the ditch.  Miss Daisy McLellan, of Okanagan  Falls, was a visitor at Green Mountain  last week.  Miss Ollie Smith, of 'Vernon, is  spending a few clays at -Green Mountain. She. is recuperating after having  an attack of typhoid fever.'  Gerald Clark has been rounding up  his horses and finds them all looking  well. He lost only one colt, which  was killed by a cougar.  Spring has come in earnest after the  cold snap in the middle of March.  The fall wheat is all up and looking  fine for so early in the season. Spring  flowers have been out for some time.  TOP mineral claims, situate in the Osoyoos  "ug Division of Yale District.      Where  located -.  Mining  Division of Yale District.  Camp Hedley.  Hedley Branch,  L.Q. flacHAFFlE, Acting Manager  TAKE NOTICE that I John .Gladden, Free,  Miner's Certificate No. R79071, acting for  myself and as agent for .lames N.  Puton, 'Free  Miners   Corticate No I&Mi'tf,  F. W. Gladden,  Free Miners Cirtsticate No B7H078, D. Woods  W. E. Hodges, F. M. Elkins, Clinton A. S. At-  wood intend sixty days from the date hereof to  apply, to the Alining Recorder, for Certtlcatcs of  Improvements for the purpose  of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above Claims.  .   And further take notice that action   under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March. 19CHi.   10-H ���������  NOTICE  WILLIAM .1. HENDERSON, of the Hotel  Hedley, at Hedley, intends to apply to* the  Licence Commissioners for the Nicola District,  for permission to transfer his Hotel Licence to  J. E. Gibbon and J. IT. McDonald.  Dated at Hedley this 2;sth day of Fob.  1!)C������.  7-4.        WILLIAM .1. H1.:X1>EUS0N.   -  NOTICE.  "l>fV  T h is Bed $9.00  Ten Per Cent. Off for Cash.  Height of head, 51 inches. Height of foot, 48 inches.  1 -1-1(1 inch pillars.- 3-S and o-l(> inch Filling!?, Hi-ass knobs.  Dominion ,Wire Spring.     Others up to $35100.  It will pay you to get our priecs on Furniture.   Largest stock in the interior.     '-  ������ A M P B E L L  B R O S.,   Ve f no n,   B.   C.  Men's Trousers  The decision of Chief Justice  Hunter that the  Province    of  British Columbia is still to  be  held liable for the amount of  subsidy voted to the Midway &  Vernon Railway will give satisfaction to a large section of the  Interior of  the  province,   and  while the road will not prove of  any direct benefit to us here in  tlie Similkameen, it will mean  much for tlie Boundary, Okanagan and Spallumcheen, and the  people of the Similkameen are  uroad  enough  to  rejoice at a  boon to others even ir they  are  not to benefit directly, for they  themselves know from sad experience what it is to be immured through years of weary waiting and can appreciate the  de-  liverance which the building of  the road will prove to dwellers  and property owuers   on   the  West Fork of Kettle River.   Of  course' it will mean a ��������� drain of  some six million' dollars from  the treasury of the province and  the Government  of this province are not over-burdened with  an extra amount of ready cash.  While there is  no  reason  to  believe  that   the    Government  had any wish to  repudiate an  obligation  once   entered   into,  yet they had a   responsibility  laid on them as well, to see that  the company which was. to  receive  this  large   sum   of   the  people's money had done  their  share to earn i,t by carrying out  substantially the terms of the  contract.  Apart from the benefit to be  derived from tlie building of the  road and opening up a large section of valuable country for the  exploitation of minerals and  improvement/of farm lands, the  reputation of the "province was  at stake, and whether rightly  or wrongly, they would have  been charged with the repudiation of a business obligation,had  the decision of the Chief Justice  gone otherwise, or the Government been disposed to deal  more harshly wil-h the holders  of the charter who were up  against a hard fight both with  poverty and with strong financial opponents who were checkmating them at all points. All's  well that ends well, and let us  hope that the Midway & Vernon people will show themselves  worthy of the further consideration shown them, by getting  down to business in real earnest  and prosecuting the work of  construction without cessation  until the road is finished.  On Sunday Mr. E. Ban- Hall arrived  in Hedley accompanied by his bride.  He was married in Napanee, Out. on  the 21st ult. to Miss Madeline Augusta  Perry. Mr. Hall went, ������>ut in December last bound for his home in England to speud the winter,, but said  nothing of what he intended to do on  the way back. Mr. Hall is recieving  the congratulations of his many friends  in thei valley. They left for their  home in Princeton.  W. G. H. Belt who was here on a  visit of inspection to the Hedley hranch  of the Bank of B. N. A., went out,  on Monday morning. This was Mr.  Belt's first visit into the valley and he  made the most of his time gettingabout  to see the main points of interest, including a trip up to the mine and  through the works at Hedley.  A tidy letter-head or bill-head commands attention from those with  whom you do business The. Gazette  print-shop can fit you out in style.  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, we intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and AYorks for permission to purchase Ten (10)  acres of land situate in the Similkameen-Division-of Yale District described iis follows:  Commencing at the southeast corner of Lot  No. 189, Group 1, Osoyoos, thence west 48.20  chains to Okanagan River along south boundary of said Lot��������� 1S9, thence south and easterly  following .the edge of Dog Lake 4<i chains more  or loss to west boundary of Lot 190, thence northerly along west boundary of Lot 1!K1, 8 chains  more or less to point of commencement. Purpose for which required, agricultural purposes.  THE SOUTHERN OKANAGAN  LAND COMPAN Y LIMITED.  ��������� .:'. Per F. H. LATIMER  Penticton. B. C, Feb."19th,' 190fi. fi-9  NOTICE.  Came to my place about one year ago. a sorrel marc, about 900 lbs., white star, branded^^  011 right shoulder. U^  Owner can have animal by proving property  and paying all expenses in connection with the  same. If not claimed within ,30 days, will be  sold.  8-1 SAUL HAMILTON,  Inkamecp Reserve  NOTICE  G uaran teed   To   Fit  W/E are now showing a new  . lot of Men's Pine Wors  ted Trousers in new shades, arid  shaped and tailored in the best  possible  maririeiv  These Trousers will h a ii'-'g  nicely when you stand up, and  look well when you sit down.  Being pure wool worsted, they  will retain their shape as long  and as well as Trousers costing  more money, for they are exceptionally  good value at  $5 and $6  We Invite You to Come and Look  Certificate of Improvements..  \t  STKMSET and GUNSITE mineral -claims, sit- j A  natc in the  Osoyoos  Mining  Division  of   JL  CAJ1PBELL & SHIER  Gents' Furnishers.        :    :        HEDLEY, B. C.  Yale District  view.  Where located: Camp Fair-  NOTICE.  CIXTY DAYS from.date Iintend to apply to  vJ thev Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase KiO acres of  land in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District,  described as follows: ' Commencing at' the  S E. corner of the west A of east A of section 21,  township 80, being pre-emption No. 2254, running thence 4(1 chains oast; thence 10 chains  north ; thence 40 chains west: thece 40 chains  south to point of commencement.  Okanagan  ANDREW HAM ILTON  FnllK.March 31, KilKi. 12-9  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  "TRIANGLK" FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim  situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  Yale District.    Where located : Camp Hedley.  HTAICE NOTICK that I. F. AY. Groves, acting  -1    as agent for The  Yale Mining Company,  Free Miner's  Certificate   No.  li~'Mi'.i, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining iiecoriler for a Cortillc-utc ot   Improvements," for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown  Grant of the above claim.  AND FURTHER take notice that action,  under section 37, must,be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lath day of January 190H.  S-!) F. AY. GROA'ES  HTAIvE NOTTOE.that I, Richard II. Parkin-  ���������*��������� son as agent for The New Fairvicw Corporation, Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No.  liVJlia, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown.Grants of tlie above claims.  And further take notice ti it action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Bated this 5th day of March. 190K.  8-9 RICHARD H.''PARKINSON ���������   -  ���������������������������������������������������������������<������<���������������  NOTICE  Ciixty days after date I intend to apply to the  *-* Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase eighty acres of land  in the Similkameen Division of Yale' District,  situate as follows: Commencing at a post marked W. M. C. which is about, the South East  corner at J. McLcllan's pre-emption and running down tho Okanagan River in a southerly  direction 40 chains, thence "West 20 chains,  thence North 40 chains, thence East to point of  commcnccmcnt.  Walter M. Gillespie  Okanagan Falls, JJ. C.  Feb. (1th. HHlfi. 4���������9  NOTICE.  ..fledieu Meat Market.,  \i> il> il/ il> il/ id il< id il/ ti'i >l/ id ili \(i id id il/w >!/  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  OPENED THE BUTCHER  SHOP ON WEBSTER ST.,  WITH A SUPPLY OP  CHOICE MEATS OF ALL  KINDS���������BEEF, MUTTON  AND PORK :: POULTRY  FOR THE HOLIDAY  SEASON :: :: ::  iff ifi /() /|) /}i ;j\ /p ;fi /() /|\ i(\ /|\ i$\ /)>(������) /|\ >yt <������i /|\  M  H. H. Messenger  , McAULEY,        -       -        Local flanager  Certificate of Improvements.  'MAYFLOWER" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.    AVhore located :  In Camp Hedley.  TAKK NOTICE that I, F. W. Groves, acting  ��������������������������� as agent for The A'alo Mining Company.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B7!Hi;n. and John  Grccnhill, Free Minor's Certificate No. I5790">8.  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take'notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this loth day or January, 11/0(5  (1-9  FIRST-CLASS  IN  EVERY   RESPECT  HOTEL  SIMILKAMEEN  We have   received t������he largest, and best, assorted stock  of Liquors that,   has   ever   come   into   t������he   Similkameen  Scotch  Usher's Black Label  House of Lords  House of Commons  .   Black and White  Caledonia Liqueur  John Dewar & Sons  Canadian Ryes  . Seagram's 83  Canadian Club  Gooderham & Worts  American  Hunter's [Baltimore Rye  Old Hermitage Burbon  NOTICE.  ���������KjejTK'l-: is hereby   given  th.it.  sixty  J-^1    after date, I intend lo ii|>;.-l.v  m lbo  days  Hon.  Durable The Chief Conuui.-siniii'i' i;i- i.;!iids and  Works for permission 10 purchase lit'- following described land.sit uate n.i the cast. Side of  Okanagan Lake, B.C. ''nmiui-neiiig at a post  set at tlie northeast corner of ihc southwest 1  of section 15, Township -_'S. running South 21)  chains, thence A\'est,Ml elu-.iu.-:. theiu-e North 2(J  chains, thence East 80 chain.-; to point of commencement.  i-;li/a MA I It  Dated. March 1st. li.KKi. 8���������!)  Lemp's   St.   Louis   Beer.  NOTICE.  KTOTJCK is hereby given that sixty day  *^    date, I intend to apply 1  Chief Commissioner of Lands  fter  te, I intend to apply to the  Hon. The  ind AV'orks for  permission to purchase the S. K. .', f J: the S. E. 1  of Section 21. Tp. .">l and the S. \V. | of Section  li) and the north .'. of I he S. .10. I of Sec.  li) and  the S. AV. I of the S. E. >, of Section 111 in Tp. 50  JOSIAH GRAHAM  Dated March 8, 1900. 10-9  ermott <u McAr  Proprietors  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  TWEDDLE <S. REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, , APRIL  5,   1900.  Town and District.  Easter one week fvoui next Sunday.  Mrs. M. K. Rodgers and Edwin went  out on Wednesday's stage.  ��������� There have been numerous eases of  hi grippe .during the last ten days.  Mrs. D. D. Dodds left last week for  , . Alberta to pay a visit to her friends.  ��������� i.lr.  Kit.  Summers, Princeton's live  ���������liveryman, was in town on Tuesday.  ���������Mr. Shatford went to Fail-view on  Tuesday but Avill be back to Hedley in  about u week.  . Mrs. Shelder left on Monday for  Middlesex County, .Ontario, going by  Rover's stage to Midway.  The Midway Star discounts Chief  Engineer Hogelaiul's statement as to  probable time of starting track-laying.  Old papers, suitable for wrapping  and useful during house-cleaning time,  for sale al; this office. Want an armful?  Mr. W. Lowe left the R raiieh. Keremeos on Friday last with a drive of  very fine beef cattle for P. Burns &  Co. '..:;'��������� ..  Mr. Lincl of the Gt. Northern hotel  is putting up a new house on Haynes  St. to the west of the hotel Hedley in  block 16.  It was 70 in the shade here yesterday. The first week in April is early  to shed- winter clothing, but one  shouldn't roast.  Government Agent Hunter, of  Princeton, bus been under the weather'  this week with la grippe, but got back  to his officii yesterday.-       .  W. H. Smith was np from Keremeos last week and reports things  looking brighter there in the building  line.  - Mr. E. D. Boeing started in on Monday morning on his new building for  the barber-shop next door to his, pool  room. Bath-rooms are to be fitted np  in connection.  At last reports druggist Eldridge,  who was shot at Midway is making  satisfactory recovery. . The citizens  talk of organizing a '������������������ vigilance- committee.  Geo Cochrane has the contract of.  putting in 650 feet  of  flume   on  Mr.  Atherton's ranch down at Atherton's  Corner.   A hydraulic ram will be used  to force the water'up on to the bench.  L. W. Shatford, M. P. P. and Mrs.  Shatford returned from-the Coast on  Thursday last. It is their expectation  to spend most of the time in Hedley  this sumnier.  tawa, and he lias an abiding faith in  the potentialities of the Similkameen.  On Saturday they went through the  mill and other works of the Daly Reduction Co.  Jim Mnrphy was'down from the hill  on Tuesday. He was attending the  pumps at the lake all winter,' but the  supply of water is now sufficient to  dispense with that and the pump was  shut clown on Sunday.  A fakir who was soliciting subscriptions for Macedonian orphans is wanted by sundry contributors in the  Boundary and Kootenay. The-v want  to get ready for the season's athletics  by practising on him.  .Princeton has organized a.  baseball  Mr. T. .T. Smith of Vancouver, president of the Diamond Vale Coal and  Iron Co., accompanied Mr. ,T. M, Robinson to Hedley last week, and was a  welcome caller at the Gazette office.  This was not Mr. Smith's first trip to  Hedley as he was through here last  summer with Dr. Ells; geologist of Ot-  W. C Bate, road supervisor was in  town on Monday looking over the  roads, upon which spring repairs will  begin forthwith. This was Mr. Bate's  first trip over since his severe sick  spell of last fall. While he claims to  be feeling in good shape, he has yet to  fill out somewhat', to regain his old  time physical form. .;  ��������� Scott Ave. is being treated to a new  seven foot side walk along tho east  side from Irene St. north to Webster.  Dr. Whillans and other property owners between Irene and White sjtreets  are putting up for the portion of the  walk along tbis block, and F. Eraser  ���������and partner are shouldering the expense from White street north to  Webster. . ���������'���������',  BORN    '  RODGERS���������In Seattle, Wash, on March -Zotli  to Mr. andMrs. W. P. Rodgers, a daughter.  MRS. G. B. LYON I  Has a Full Line of  BOOTS  ���������    .      ���������   :- and . - . ���������    '���������  S HO ES  HEDLEY,   B.   O.  S:-  Hedley Conservatives Re-organise  ���������chib. A meeting with the Hedley  huskies may be expected before the  ball season is too many weeks old.  Already Hedley twirlers are licking  their chops in anticipation.  A meeting of those interested in  forming a baseball club is called for  Mondav evening April 9th at Hairsine's  billiard parlor. Tt is understood that  there is good material in town an'd a  full attendance is requested.  The Nicola licensing Board will  meet in'Hedley to-morrow April Gth.  The business before the meeting Avill  be transfer of licence of Hotel Hedley,  and consideration of now licences for  W. 0. McLean, Ashnola, and Geo, Me  Closkie, Princeton,  Mickey McG.onigle an old-time prospector who was going up the valley  Avas taken violently ill and Dr. Me-  Ewen was summoned to go up to the  old saw mill to visit him. It is said  that had assistance, not been obtained  ���������at the time, it would ha.ve gone _ hard  Avith him.  A bumper meeting of .Hedley ���������Liberal-Conservatives'was held on Monday  evening last for the purpose of re-organizing. :    ��������� -  The spontaneous response to the cail  for a meeting and the enthusiasm displayed, was evidence that all the fancied advantage which opponents hoped  to glean from the Penticton incident  .had .'vanished." into thin air, for the  whole fiasco was so palpably meant as  a blow beneath the belt; that the resentment which it aroused had served  only to consolidate and unify the party  which it was sought .to injure. ;;���������'.The  result was that the meeting seemtkl, in  numbers, more, like a riding convention than that of a meeting to reorganize a local association.. ; "���������'.  Mr, L. W. Shatford M. P. P. addressed the meeting but at-this stage'confined himself to-the weirk in hand^-that  of organization.                   -  After consideration and adoption of  the constitution and by-laws the election of officers was proceeded with and  resulted as follows :  Hon. Presidents,   Hon. R.  L.  Bor-;  den, Hon. Richard McBride and L. W.  Shatford M. P. P.  President,    W. E. Burritt  1st Vice President, J. D. Brass,  2nd ii James Clarke  3rd ,. R. G. Shier,  Secy-Taeas.,    A. Megraw,  Auditor, Carl Hairsine,  Executive Committee���������J. McKinnon  Thos. Bradshaw, E. D. Boeing, Angus  SteAvart, P. H, French, A. McDerinott'  J.-H.  McDonald,   T. H.  Rotherham,  T. L. Deardorf and Geo. Sproule.  Moved by R. G. Shier,   seconded by  Geo. Sproule, and resolved  That this meeting express its entire,  confidence in the Leader of the Liberal-Conservative Opposition at Ottawa,  Hon. R. L. Borden, and in the Hon.  Riehard McBride, Leader of the Government at Victoria, who Avith his colleagues, has accomplished so: much in  bringing order out of chaos, and restoring confidence within the Province;  also in the 'representative of the Similkameen district, Mr. L- W. Shatford,  who has at all times strongly advocated the claims of this riding in the Legislature and is in every respect worthy  of the support and confidence of the  people.���������Carried unaniiriously.  I'.'.      ;;:-"������������������'-������������������.������������������     .'���������  s  | H O T E L |  | Hil>LEY -i"  SV: ���������;-���������."':;:':::.:;. ';:���������:;  Under  New  M an a gem en t  THE BEST PROVIDED  IN KITCHEN AND BAR  AND EYEBY CARE  TAKEN FOR THE COMFORT  OF P A Tit ON S.  Just Arriving  GIB BO N   and   |  McDonalds  Proprietors ���������   M  V .   ... 3t  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ,* * * * x  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  We Have Just Received and  Opened Up a Fine Lot of  Ladies' Pretty New Waists  and a Big Range of  Whitewear and Hosiery  Everything New and First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  We Want All the Ladies to Come  and See These Goods.  Try  ������.YVWVVWX*������  TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY  Mails and Stacks in thk Simii.kamkkn.  Hedley and Penticton Route.  Wclby's Stage, carrying mail and passengers,  leaves Penticton for Hedley at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving in  Hedley at li.30 o'clock same days.  RctiirniiiK. leaves HcjjUciy for Penticton at  7, a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Connecting each way at Keremeos with  Royer's line for Houndiiry points.  Hedley and Princeton Route.  Revcly's Stage leaves Hedley for Princeton  at 7 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  Returning on Thursdays and Sundays.  Only the AVednesdav and Tluirsday stages  carry inail.  Victoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA. <  Pure  and  Invigorating.  Shatfords, Limited  ������  HEDLEY, B. C  REVELY'S  STABLE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Your wants for 1A\ cry or Team  Work will be attended to-,  by falling Phone 12.  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  vss  ^  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market. =====  & E. Railway Station Avill be in the  town.  before the first  TheV.V.  centre of the  Now is the time to get your lots,  train comes up the valley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around toAvn site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,    Just a few  left.   Now is the time to double your money.  . For Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  J. J. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $100,   $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  MoDouaaii & 60s  LIVERY, FEED ������ SALE S  Fairview and Penticton  Mr. D. Mc-luiciy, Colli-ctoi- of  loins in the lower .Siniilkaineeii,  in town Tuesday. He reports  more railway camps having been  ���������   ll.s-  WilS  ! v.-1 >  Ml  in between Armstrong's and the Boundary, but says that they are scare-:' of  men, teams and every thing else.  The road is reported to bo in dangerous condition in some places between  here and Princeton. Word lias been  sent to the road supervisor eoncei'iiing  it and in all probability he may have  already despatched a man out from  Princeton, as the worst portions of it  -are up at that end.  FORTY-RIFTH YEAR.  m PAGES : WEEKLY : ILLUSTRATED.  INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN  $3  PER  YEAR  POSTPAID.  SEND 1TOII SAMP1.K COPT.  tag ** Scientific Press  ?'.0 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.  When   writing ' Advertisers,  Mention the Gazette.  Please  ���������ALS0-  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  THK  PENTICTON LUMBER SYNDICATE  Have on hand a large stock of  FINISHED LUMBER  ALT, ICIN'DS  DIMENSION LUMBER  TO 30 .FEET  UP  FENCE, POSTS, DRY G0RDW00D  Good Horses and Rio\s and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnislied to do freighting, transferring and  ��������� "."  ".-     .general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  I  8  S  8  s  s  ii  ^^������9������o&oooooo������oosoaoBaBaccc^seccaccecccccccK!CCGccsa^^  PENTICTON  WHEN   ANSWERING   ADVERTISERS,    MENTION   THE   GAZETTE, THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,   APRIL  5,   1������������.  ������MU  Getting ttim Nailed Down.  "The   Similkameen   Star  refused to  cover   the   Gazette's   deposit of $100  ���������withGovernment AgentHugh|tynter,  ,   and chums that it has depomitetf fyith  the-' Canadian Bank  of Commerce at  ',, Princeton -instead.     Very   well,   the  Gazette agrees to the change of stakeholder and has posted $100 to the Canadian Bank of Commerce.     In  order  that the public- may know exactly the  -position of affairs a succinct'.statement  "'of tlie eonlx'.st is given here.  1. TllK -Stake.- One- hundred dollars; the loser to forfeit to .. regularly  organized cliai-i table-institution in the  .Siniilkaini-e-'ii Electoral District.  2. The Stakis-uoi-dish..���������The Canadian Bank of Conmierce at Princeton.  3. ��������� The 'Bisxjspiciaky.��������� A regularly  organized charitable institution in the  Similkameen   Electoral District.  '1.   The Question at Issue���������That  ���������the' paragraph   in   the   Similkameen  Star of January 27t!i and subsequent  issues in which it says :  ���������'The uiotio..' orders and postal notes'paid at  the Princeton posto/licc indicates tin; growing  importance of this section compared with other  places. The total paid was ������1877. or nearly ������100  more tV.ii.n-t.ho next hig-liest oittce in tlie Hiniil-  kameen."  was a dishonest paragraph  published  with inte-nt to deceiv-e the public.   The  Gazette takes the affirmative and the  Star the negative.  o. The Timuuxal.���������The Attorney-  General of British Columbia.  0. The Eyidex'CK.��������� (a) For the  .affirmative. The Hedley Gazette of  January 18th, February 8th, February  22nd, March 22 and April 5. (b) For  , the negative. The Similkameen Star  of January 27th, February 17tb, March  3rd and March Hist.  In submitting evidence no article is  to be cut out or in any way detached,  but duly certified copies of each issue,  furnished and the article to be submitted as evidence'marked'..off with  red ink. These, articles are: Hedley  Gazette January IS, "Postal Returns";  February Sth, "Can Figures ! Lie?' ;  ..February 22nd,' "The Star's Teapot  Tempest"; March 22nd, "There Is No  Backdown"; 'April 5th, "Getting Him  Nailed Down.'" Star, January 27th,  the oifending paragraph itself; February 17th, "Figures Don't Lie"; March  3rd, "A Parting Word"; March 31st,  "Man or Mouse," The Star is requested to deposit its copies with the stakeholder as the Gazette has already done.  The tribunal is asked also to specify  which paper did or did not observe the  amenities of decent journalism by refusing to indulge in personal abuse.  If the Star is determined to make  its humiliation more complete than it  is at present it will seek some further  pretext to wriggle out.  PROPERTY  A  Good,  ���������J| _ _||^_. is the supply point for the Nickel Plate nimm-  alvWaVj tain, 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 ofdevelopment work,; to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia  Scott Ave. (main st.) ...  .... $400 to $600  Other Streets...........  .....'-...... $200 to $400.  ....TERMS....'  B  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 Avill '"unquestionably'  become a large and important city, and town lots will -bring  big returns oh money invested at the present; time.  s-3 Cash ;��������� balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cerit^  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway tees  For Full "'Particulars^' TViaLps JEto.,  ��������� /*F������F������1-Y   TO ���������  The Hedley City  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  HEDLEY,  GENERAL.  Fernie is to have a. furniture factory.  The O. P. It. has resumed the double  transcontinental train service.  The- Great Northern is. to spend  $32,000,000 on its roads this year.  Prince Arthur of Connaught had a  rousing reception at the Coast.  The Palmer Mountain Tunnel and  Light Co. have their extensive plant  now in operation.  Joseph Phillips, the president of the  York County Loan, has been re-arrested in consequence of further disclosures of rascality in bis conduct of the  affairs of the company.  Boundary mines continue to break  records in quantity of ore shipped.  P. Burns & Co. are putting in cold  storage at Greenwood.  The enlargement of the British Columbia Copper Co'.s smelter at Greenwood is now on in full blast. The  Anaconda News gives an outline of  the work under way.  Kootenay will come in for the Doin-  ion Experimental Fruit Farm shortly  to he .established, which shows that  Galliher has again got away with the  member for Yale-Cariboo.  The Winnipeg Street Railway Co.  has a strike on its hands, but judging  from their actions. the strike-breakers  are doing the company more barm  than good. One of them without provocation assaulted the Mayor.  Midway is over-run with thugs from'  across the line. One tried to rob and  -.murder H. E. Eldridge, druggist, firing  two sheets into him. Midway is poorly  lighted and insufficiently policed.  A sporty Baptist clergyman at St.  John, N. B., was expelled from the  church in consequence of improper  conduct, including boozing and telling  naughty stories at club dinners.  British Columbia Indians are to hold  a big pow-wow at Kaniloops on April  14th to confer on the matter of obtaining treaties with the Dominion Government similar to those enjoyed by Indians in the other provinces.  Gra Matters That Interest Yea  Your local paper is a necassitj  to you, financially, and socially.  But a NEWSPAPER OF .GENERAL CIRCULATION, containing the latest news of the world,  is equally necessary to you. The  '' up to date man ���������' will provide  fcrnself- with these, two essentia,!  features of progress.  In THE TWICE - A -WEEK  SPOKESMAN - REVIEW; Spokane, Wash,, will: be found the  very latest news of the world, its  matter including information on  politics, commerce, agriculture,  mining, literature, as well as the  local happenings in the states of  Montana, Oregon,. Idaho,- Washington and the province of British  Columbia. In' addition, its col-  u- -.3 for women, its popular  science articles, its short and continued stories, its "Answers to  Correspondents" and. "Puzzle  Froblems" combine to form a  home newspaper that at$l:00 per  year can nowhere be; excelled.  ITS  ADVERTISING   VALUE.  Perhaps- you 'have something: to sell���������a  farm, a team, farm machinery. You may  wish to buy something-. 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