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Vol. III.
No. 12.
$2.00, in Advance.
B. E. WALKER, President
ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager
A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000
Rest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, -  113,000,000
The  Opposition  Appears   to
be Mending Their
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England
Business may be transacted by mail with any branch
of the Bank. , Accounts may be opened and deposits
made or withdrawn by mail. . Every attention is paid
to out-of-town accounts.
Macdonald's Difficult Position���Haw-
thornthwaite's Attitude Illogical and
Trivial���The Member for Similkameen Sawing Wood.
Penticton Branch  J. M. Christie, Manager.
141 Seymour St,
Crvir, Engineer, ,
Dominion   and   Provincial
Land Surateyor.
Orders maij be left at, Gazette office.
ttEDLEY,       :       :       :       :       B. G.
The Forecast of Weather for the Month
of April. " ' ,   '
M.A., B.C.L.
SOLICITOR, conveyancer;
Vernon, B. C.
Edw. G. Warren
Electrical Engineer and
B. C.
(Copyrighted 1907 by W. T. Fester.)    ^
Washington, D. C, March 30.���Last
bulletin gave forecasts of disturbance
to cross continent 29 to April 2, Avarm
wave 28 to April 1; cool' Ayave 31 to
Aprir-1. Next disturbance will reach
Pacific coast ahout. April 2, cross, west
of Rockies country hy close'of 3, great
central valleys 4 to 0, eastern states 7,
Warm wave will cross west of Rockies about April 2, great central "valleys -1, eastern states 9.
April is usually a quiet weather
month, but it Avill bring frequent and
radical   weather   changes  this   year.
Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Poaver or Light
(College of Liberal Arts)
Will' report on geologic conditions in the
vicinity of Nickel Plate Mine, and Similka-
mccn country generally. : : Dependable,
and  disinterested reports furnished.
Grand Union
Hotel .
HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors
Clocks and Watches for Sale.
Conveyancer,   Ileal  Kstnte.
Crown    Grants   Applied
Under   Land  Act
Mineral Act.
Agent for:
London & Lancashire l<'iro Ins. Co.
Ocean Accident, and Guarantee Co.
Office   at   HEDLEY,   B.  C.
Civil & Mining Engineers
MIINB�� eivndL
averaging very cold east of the Rockies and Avarmer than usual on Pacific
Second disturbance of April Avill
reach Pacific coast ahout 6, cross Avest
of Rockies country hy close qf 7, great
central valley 8 to 10, eastern states 11.
Warm Ava,ve will cross Avest of Rockies
country about G, great central valleys
8, eastern states 9. Cool Avave Avill
cross Avest of Rockies about 9, great
central valleys 11, eastern states 13.
While temperatures will frequently
move up and down they will.average
unusually cool from about 1 to 8, with
high temperature Avaves not far from
March 31 and April 9. From near 10
to 17 another long low temperature
period will occur. Near 22 and 23 a
severe northern cold Avave may be expected to carry frosts farther south
than usual, Avith very cool all over the
east of Rockies country. These dates
are for meridian 90. You must count
a day or two earlier for Avest of that
line and a day or two later for east of
it. The average temperatures will be
high on Pacific slope Avhile they are
low east of Rockies that the month
Avill average much colder east than
west of the Rocky ridge.
Every storm wave of April Avill develop unusually great intensities in all
its Aveather features. Rainfall will be
deficient between meridian 00 and the j
Rockies, and east of the Alleghanies,
Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and about the
upper lakes rainfall will be from to
ahoye normal. Altogether April will
be a cold backward month east of the
Rockies, and bad for all kinds of crops
while, nearly the reverse will be true,
for the Pacific slope.
1 am giving much time now to preparing to eompete with the U. S. weather bureau both in long range and
short range, weather forecasts, and
will not, therefore, he able to give my
monthly charts to the public through
newspapers in time for the incoming
crop season.
The Smithsonian Aveather records,
including 000 to 1,000 volumes, covering -10 or more years and about 100
localities, lie buried in the weather
bureau vaults. Joseph Henry, preceded by Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin
Franklin, the three greatest scientists
of their times, believed that such records would constitute the true basis
for weather research. But a lot of
mere clerks accidentally got into the
weather bureau without having any
scientific preparation and are now
controlling the policies of the weather
bureau Avhich leave those  valuable re-
After tAVo weeks in session the- Legislature can be reported  to have made
very satisfactory progress.   The Opposition  fresh  from the  hands of the
electorate Avhen they received intimation in a very practical- Avay that  the
carping of the previous  three,years-
was  not considered  in  the public interests and  that something different
was expected  from  a   self-respecting
Opposition, has profited by the lesson.
There has  been a disposition on the
part of the leader of the Opposition
and his followers in the House to avoid
useless   criticism   and   to   judge   the
measures  brought down on their merits/   The result has bee.n that the most
of the bills-.introduced into the Legislature have received  the practical en-
dorsation of the Opposition.
Even  John Oliver has given little
trouble  this  session so far.     He has
even compliinented the Government
on some of the legislation introduced.
On the. amendment to the Assessment
Act,  hoAvever,  Mr.  Oliver could not
restrain himself.   This gaA'e him  an
opportunity to get off a speech more
resembling   the  days   gone   by   than
anything else which had occurred this
session.    But even then the member
for Delta Avas Aveak.   He could find
little fault Avith the amendments Avhich
reduced taxation and he could only go
back to his supposed grievances of 1903.
The principal debate for the session
is expected  to  be on  the subject of
better- terms,  which has from time to
time during the past Aveek been stood
over at the request of the Leader of
the Opposition.    The Premier's resolution  is acknowledged to he a. fair presentation of the  situation.    The preamble outlines the main features of the
conference recently held at Ottawa in
which  the Premier put up such a determined fight for the cause of  the
proATince   against  the  power  of   the
Federal Government and other provinces combined. After reviewing these
the resolution proper follows, which is
as follows:
1. That this House endorses the
course taken In- Honorable Richard
McBride, Premier of British Columbia,
at the said Conference in respect to all
the foregoing described actions.
2. That this House is further of opinion that the proposed additional allowance of ($100,000) one hundred thousand dollars, annually, for ten years,
as compensation for the recognized
claims of British Columbia is inadequate, and cannot be accepted as a
final and unalterable settlement.
3. That this House is of the opinion
that a matter of such a voluminous
nature as the claims of British Columbia, for special financial recognition by
the Dominion was, and is, not of such
a character as can be justly considered
by a. Conference of the; kind above
mentioned by reason of the fact that a
propei investigation would occupy
much more time than would be available at such a conference were the
claims of British Columbia only to be
considered : and that a proper im-esti-
gation of such claims Avould entail
those  eha
to His Excellency the Governor-General, with the request that it be transmitted, through the proper channel,
to the Right Honorable the Secretary
of Stace for the Colonies.
,-' What the course of the Opposition
Avill be on this resolution is not yet,
revealed. It Avould appear, however,
that it is giving the leader of the Opposition considerable trouble to find a
logical way out of the difficulty into
which.-the.'resolution throws his side.
He Avill ,bave no Avish to follow the
Premier and support the resolution,
but how to oppose this and still put
up a pretence that he is, prepared to
stand for provincial rights even'in'the
face-of -the Libera! party at Ottawa
Avill make it-a hard task for him.
The Socialist leader, J.H.Hawthorn-
thwaite, has given notice of a motion
that he will move to strikeout the first
section.of the resolution. Making no
reference to the remaining sections,' it
would appear that he is prepared to
support, all that1 the Premier stood for
but does not wish to go on record as
supporting the Premier m the course
he pursued.
The result of the debate Avith the
consequences which follow it as far as
this province .in-'concerned.:is being
watched Avith the keenest interest.
The desire of the Premier is to keep
the. subject above party politics, and
his resolution is drawn specially to
avoid anything which might in the
least look like demagogism.
The bill to provide for an eight hour
day in smelters in the province has
passed its third reading. For three
sessions this bill has come up on the
initiative of Mr. Hawthorn thwaite.^ It
Avas deemed unwise the first year that
it AA-as introduced to pass the measure
owing to the fact that it might disastrously affect the smelting and mining
interests in the Province. Believing
in the eight hour principle the Premier
and his supporters in the House advised the owners of the smelters  to
The Track-layer Still Working Between
Nighthawk and   Boundary Line���
More Men Are Employed.
According to rumor the end of the
steel ou the V. V. & E. has been advancing and receding at intervals, between Nighthawk and the Boundary
Of   the   latest reports,   the one to
Avhich the Gazette is inclined to attach
the most credence is that given over
the phone from Keremeos to the effect
that on Saturday, 30th ult., they Avere
Avorking on a. small, trestle about four
.miles south-of the boundary line : but,
that Avheii this 'Avas, completed better
progress was expected,  for, two reasons.    One  reason  Avas that the crew
had been augmented by about 100 men
and was now 145 strong.    The  other
reason   is  that since  they left Night- ,
hawk a,succession of trestles was encountered,  every one of which  occasioned delay,   but   that with the completion of the one they had reached,
no more trestles or bridges intervened
betAvee'n that and the next crossing of
the Similka nieen river at Armstrong's,
Avhich   is   about   ten   miles south  of
Keremeos by the track.
There is  nothing definite yet as to
what action may be expected with reference to resuming Avork on the grade -
to the north  of Jveremeos.   There is
evidently no spur to force on this piece
of work such as.exists in  the case of  ;
prepare for such a bill and arrange the
Avorks which they controlled so that
the eight hour dav could be made commercially possible. The. owners acted
on the hint and the Premier stated on
the debate on the bill that after visiting the A-arious parts of the interior he
had come to the conclusion that the
time Avas ripe for- such an act. The
bill only awaits the assent of the
Lieut.-GoATernor noAv to become krw.
The ability of the Government to
take care of the interests of the province in the face of the machinations of
the Dominion administration is ably
pi-OA-ed by the papers brought down
by the GoA-ermiient in connection witli
the Indian lands at Prince Rupert
which the Dominion'sought to hand
over to the G. T. P. while the Liberals
in the province condemned even the.
sale of 10,000 acres by the province.
The Provincial GoA'ernment on the
19th of this month passed an order in
council laying formal claim to the 13,-
000 acres which the Dominion tried to
convey to the'G.T. P.. and the railway
company has been so informed.
There   is   an   absence  of   fireworks
completing the track to Keremeos.
There is in-the immediate vicinity of
the Armstrong bridge, a. stretch" of
road for a mile or two that is down
four feet below grade, and that will be
washed out with high water if the
track is not completed before then.
The material Avhich is to raise, this
grade to the proper height is in a huge
gravel bank at Keremeos, ten miles
distant, This ivill have to be loaded
with the steam shovels and hauled
back by train, and after the grade is
raised to propei- height, it must be rip-
rapped to Avithstand the water.
Some of these days, the Gazette will
haA-e to lelieve public suspense by going down there and seeing exactly
Avhere the track-layer is.
The First Match of This Year's Series-
Some   Fair  Scores Made.
t visiting British
cords unprepared for use.
Columbia and examining conditions on
tlie spot: and that an independent
tribunal such as suggested in the memoranda mentioned above would be the
only just method of arriving at a proper decision as to such claims; and
that, particularly, in view of the fact
that other provinces of the Dominion
are making similar claims of a financial
character there is such a conflict of
interest as would militate very strongly against an equitable decision as to
the claims of British Columbia being
arrived at by a tribunal composed, in
its entirety/of representatives of other
���1. That an humble address be presented to His Honor the Lieutenant-
Governor, requesting that a copy of
this resolution be forwarded to His
Excellency the Governor-General in
Council for consideration ; and that a
further copy thereof, accompanied by
what documentary evidence His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor in Council
may deem expedient,  be transmitted
among the members for the most part
this session.    The  member for Similkameen,   who is now regarded as one
of the veterans in the House, occupying a seat in the front row of benches
and close to the members of the  Go\"-
I eminent, is not devoting much time to
i speeches.    He is actiA'e," however, and
i is regarded with suspicion by some of
I the other members of the   Legislature
j who are apprehensive, that he is devot-
! ing too much time in pouring into the
ears of the  members of  the Government the  needs of his constituency to
large grants in the way of public work.
Some of the  newer members who are
not so well acquainted with the  ways
of the   House   are anxious to know
Avhat is keeping the member for Similkameen so busy, but older ones regard
his actions Avith suspicion  and warn
the uninitiated against the  bringing
down of the estimates when an explanation may be forthcoming.
The member for Similkameen, moreover, is the youngest member in the
present House, although he would
never be taken for it to the casual
Henry Bahrs avIio took a bond on
the Oregon returned to Hedley on
Saturday night, and on Monday Avent
np to the claim, accompanied hy Geo.
Bowerman, to Avhoin he let a contract
for doing 100 feet of Avork,
The Hedley Rifle Association began
the season's shooting Avith a match on
Good Friday in Avhich eight contestants took part. The wind on the
ranges was a little too raAv for comfort and too gusty for the best of
At a meeting of the Association
held tAvo Aveeks,before the match, the
.question of affiliation Avith the D. R. A.
and procuring service rifles was discussed, but the unsettled condition of
affairs in connection Avith the adoption of the Ross rifle as the arm of the
Canadian troops caused definite action
to be deferred, and meanwhile the
shooting will go on as usual without
any restriction as to the rifle used insights with which they may be fitted.
It is possible, however, that a little
later on the 300 and 400 yard ranges
will be discarded and 500 and (iOO yds.
taken instead so as to conform with
the regulations in vogue at Provincial
and Dominion matches.
The cup changed hands again in this
match, the winner being L. C. W.
Rolls Avith a score of 05, out of a possible 75. The medal Avhich av.-is shot
this time on the 200 and 400 yard
ranges, was retained by T. D. Pickard
who was the Avinner last time.
Below is the score:
200 300
21     22
21 10
20     20
22 10
15 10
13 17
12 12
11   5
L. C. W. Rolls
T. D. Pickard
F. H. French
E. D. Boeing
A. Megraw
Geo. Bowerman
Dr. Whillans
VV. J. Forbes
400 Total
22 ��� (55
20 ��� 03
20 ��� 00
20 ��� 5S
IS ��� -19
IS ��� 4S
18 ��� 42
14 ��� 30
Kootenay papers state that Harry-
Wright has secured Remvick's job as
government agent at Nelson, but the
Greenwood Times says he has been
elected by acclamation to fill Premier
McBride's seat in Dewdney. Harry
always was a, sort of versatile cuss,
but he would lnwe his hands full to
hold down both those jobs at once. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETT'E,   APRIL   4,   1907.  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  j of   its   issue   unserviceable  from  the  | breaking of  holts and other accidents,  ! and the large,  number of instances of  i miraculous escapes recorded in these  Issued on Thursdays, by the Hi:m.i:v Gazktti-. |  1'hi.vtim; anii lVni.ism.Nis CoMiuxv.       ��������� reports  when added to the long.list of  Li.m!ti-:i>.   at  Hedley.  B. C. ;   _ -mishaps   resulting   in '��������� inpirv,    make  Subscriptions in Advance  Per A" ear   Six Months   .Su'.OC  .  1.IKI  'gruesome reading, and cause wonder  'as to Avhat inotiA'e could haA-e prompt-,  led'the department to rush into tins  contract   without  due; consideration,  Advertising Rates  Measurement. Vi lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Coi-tHleittes.bfiiiiiii-oveiiioiit.. etc. I :,jid to persist in caiTviug out the out-  S7.00 for (iO-ilny notices, and $;>.O0 for 30-dny : r ���������    ,������  rage in   the  fac-e of such  reports  in  their possession.  Effort,   in  some quarters,  is  being  made to belittle tlie adverse reports on  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch. 81.00 for one  insertion, *"> cents for  each subsequent insertion.   Over one inch,  10 cents iter line for first insertion and :">  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements-One inch per month,  SLAV, over 1 itich and up to 1 inches, SI.00  per inch periiiontli. To constant advertisers  taking larger spiu-c than  four inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on sixc of .-.pace and length  of time.  .  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftencr than once a month  the   price nf composition   will  bo charged at  regular rates.  BANK OF  B. N. A.   REPORT.  The report of the above bank, submitted to the general annual meeting  of the shareholders in London, Eng.,  on March. 5th, shows a very satisfactory year's business, giving evidence  that the general prosperity prevailing  throughout the country is shared hy  the leading monetary institutions. In  addition to the usual dividends of (1 %  Avhich Ava's declared, there is a bonus  of one percent., making 7 % in all for  shareholders during the. year. To the  staff of the bank has also been given a  bonus'of 5 % of their salaries. There  was written off bank premises account  the sum of $07,333,  and  this amount  the- ground that those 'responsible for j titled  to  the reserve   which   is now  them had not the 'necessary   technical j $2,238,000.    The  deposits arc; $23,091,-  be  -       -      .  attention for that week's issue  A   MEGRAAV,  Managing lid I tor  Full Moon  isth  N'eiv Moon  '   'iL'th  'iist ciiiar.  ���������20th.  1907  1907  Sim. Won. Tiies. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.  i  14  21.  2S  1  8  15  22  29  9  10  23  30  10  17  21  4  11  18  12  10  26  (i  13  20  27  '     LOOKS LIKE  HUGE  BUNGLE.  The Department of Militia and Defence appear to have got matters into  a lamentable iness in .connection with  the new rifle with which they have  arranged to arm the militia and permanent forces of this country. The  arm selected is the Ross rifle, for which  the government have entered into a  contract with the "Ross Rifle Co.. of  Quebec, to supply the Canadian troops  with 40,000 rifles, and of these, 20,000  have alreadvbeen delivered and $  000,000 have been paid over.  During the past year articles were  appearing in the newspapers from  , time to time in wirious quarters to the  effect that the. weapon was dangerous  to those who used it, and that most  serious casualties, which were attended  in some cases with loss of life, had occurred from accidents that in a sense  could not lie really classed as accidents  inasmuch as they were wholly duo to  defects in the rifle from fan It a- construction.  The dissatisfaction  appears to haA'e  passed the newspaper stage and during  the  present   parliamentary  session at  Ottawa-, it has been made  the subject  of inquiry  both in the  Senate and in  the Commons.    In the Senate the rifle  is championed by  Sir  Richard   Cart-  wright,   whose   son,   Col.   Bob   Cart-  wright, is inspector of musketry,  and  in all probability has given it unqualified indorsation or the Militia Department would  not  have  dared to   take  the   serious  step of  adopting it as the  arm of the Canadian troops and entering into a hard and fast contract with  tho manufacturers for the supply of.so  largo a number of these rifles.     In the  Commons   the attack   upon   the  rifle  was led by  Col. Worthinsrton and the  most damaging information   has been  brought out,   for  it has  been shown  that   the government  weie in possession of reports from  tlie  officers of almost every corps supplied with them,  and these reports one and all mentioned the unsafe character of tho. weapon,  some of them telling of serious mishap  resulting   from   the  use  of  the rifle.  The N. W. M. P., the Royal Canadian  Dragoons and the Third Regiment of  Canadian Artillery at St. John, N. B.,  Avhich are, all permanent corps,  or regulars,  are on  record in the shape of  government  reports,   in   terms   that  make any further issue of this rifle to  the Canadian citizen soldiers criminal,  until the defects are remedied.    One  of these corps reports twenty per cent.  knowledge of rifles to enable them to  judge : .but the question arises that if  this be'so why do these men continue  to  occupy  their present   positions as  Changes for contract advertisements should I officers in the  permanent corps?    Vn-  i in the office by noon on Tuesday to secure .  fortunately,  it does not, appear ahat  the reports were accompanied by findings on the part of militia boards of  inquiry in the various corps reporting.,  The King's regulations make ample  j provision for the holding of such in-  j quiries without the'cost of a'cent to  ! the country, in connection with them.  And worse still; it does not appear  that the Militia Department took any  step to appoint a. commission of experts to make thorough examination j  of the rifle before it Avas adopted',- into make due inspection of the rifles  delivered, before they were accepted  and paid for.  Neither are the Dominion Rifle Association wholly blameless in tlie matter : for while a good deal of credit is  due them for looking askance at the  Ross rifle and resisting the attempt  made in the summer of 1900 by the  Militia Department to compel the use  of the Ross rifle in the D. R. A. and  Bisley competitions, they should have  gone a step further and put into some,  concrete form the objections Avhich led  them to turn it down for the Bisley  and other competitions. It is to them  that the public look for technical  counsel and advice in matters of this  kind and there is .disappointment that  in this particular case they have failed  to give that advice in the clear definite  manner that they were led to expect.  At present, it Avould appear that the  only ones who speak well of it are the  manufacturers, the Militia Department, the Carfwrights and Colonel  Hughes. The descriptive catalogue issued by the manufacturers make the  weapon the acme of perfection, and  the compiler, designer and printer of  the catalogue have certainly done their  part to make it a model arm for the  Canadian troops; but the-public will  demand some further assurance before  they cease to be anxious for " the man  behind the gun," and especially so  when among Canada's citizen soldiers  are their own friends and relatiA-es.  The most rigid inquiry should now be  made to place the blame Avhere it belongs, and to clean up this Avhole mess.  115 and the note circulation $3,510,593.  The bank has 51 branches in Canada,  of Avhich 10 are., in British Columbia.  METEOROLOGICAL.  BANK OF  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,660.  HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA.  H. STIKKMA.V. General Malinger  Reserve-^ $2,238,666.  MONTREAL  .1. ICbMSLV, .Supt. of Brunches  BANKING BY MAIL���������Accounts'of narties. living at a distance receive our  special attention. Deposits can beimulc through the mail, and sums added  thereto unci withdrawn at any dme. A General Hanking Business Transacted.   Drafts issued, payable ut all points in Canada, and abroad.  Hedley Branch,  L. G. TlacHAFFIE, Manager  iofiseosoooososooosooc  The following are tlie readings shewing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Mar. 30th :  Mar 24  25  20  27  2S  29  30  AT THE MINK.  Maximum  '"..' '      27  .. 34       .  .., r     42  36  33        .  34  38  Minimum  13  '   10  2  13  9  10  17  Average maximum temperature 37.85  AA'erage minimum do 10.57  Mean temperature 24.21  SnoAvfall for the \A-eek     4.    inches  cokkksi-o.ndi.no avkeic ok last veak  Highest .maximum temperature 49  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN    flEDb&y, B. 6.    Average maximum  Lowest minimum  Average minimum  Mean  do'  do  do  do  45.  24.  30.2S  37.04  Mar 24  25  26  27  2S  29  30  AT THE MILL.  Maximum  46  49        .  50  50  --..-     -40       -.-  40  50  Minimum  25  15  15  26  23  27  29  A Average maximum temperature 46.42  Average minimum do 22.S5  Mean do 34.63  Snowfall for Aveek    .9    ins., rain  .03  cokkesi'Oxding avkkk ot-- last yeak  Highest maximum temperature 62  Average?            do  do  59.71  LoAvest minimum  do  28.  Average          do  do  26.57  Mean  do  43.14  * . j*1*****-*   *������jri  THE, LEADING  HOTEL OP  THE SlWlLKflMEEN VALLEY  This house is new and stiidtly first class  in every respect, being equipped Avith all  modern conveniences���������electiic light, telephone, baths, etc.       : :       Rates moderate.  A. McDERMOTT,  Proprietor.  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market. =====  The V. V. <fc E. Railway Station will be in the  centre  of the town.  Now is the time to get your lots,  before the first  train   comes up  the Aralley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around  town site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,   'Just a feAV  left.    Noav 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  t, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  GENERAL  Fernie is going in for a. sewerage  system.  A coal strike is still imminent at the  Crowsnest collieries.  Track-laying is going on vigorously  uj) the North Fork of Kettle River.  Granby smelter is treating 2010 tons  of ore per day.  The Provincial Teachers' Association  is now in session at   Nelson.  Various Greenwoodites are going to  Bnlkley A-alley this spring.  Late assays from the Duncan mine.  West Fork, give $202 and $174 in silver, being from heaA-y zinc ore.  Grand Forks is becoming so homespun that they are beginning to grow  their own tobacco.  During last Aveek snow-falls in the  Boundary were so heavy that the G.  N. Phoenix train Avas blocked.  R. A. Renwick. formerly of Nelson  and. Rossland, has been appointed  Deputy Commissioner of Lands and  Works at Victoria.  Rossland is still trying to secure a  portion of the two per cent, mineral  tax levied on the products of mines  within the city limits, and with prospects of some success.  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X  X  X  X  X  X  K  X  X  X  X  X  X  x  *:  X  *  X  X  X  *  X  X  X  X  K  X  K  at  THE  Great. Northern  Hotel  Princeton  Is noted over the entire district for excellence of both tabic  -.:-.:      and bar.       :   :   -.   :  All the wants of tho travelling  public   carefully   attended   to.  I  8?J?l������������?������?"?������5*?'?*?"5������?'t������iS������?"������fc?"yW������l{l������*y������������W5 THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   APRIL 4,   1907.  REVELY'S  ST A B L E  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  IL  Your wants for Livery or Team  AVork will be attended to  by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.   REVELY,   Proprietor  CLAUDET & WYNNE  ASSAYERS  METALLURGISTS and  niNING ENGINEERS  MINES and STILLS EXAMINED  SAMPLED and REPORTED ON.  Samples   by  mail  receive  prompt  attention. Correspondence solicited.  PRINCETON and   ROSSLAND  H. H. Cr.ACDKT, Assoc. Inst. M.M.,  Member Am. Inst. M.E., Rossland.  L. C. Wvnnk, Assoc. Inst. M. M.,  Late Assayci- LeRoi.      Princeton*.  8F  g  i  ������  X  X  X  5?  I  ������  i  I  I  I  I  HOTEL  HEDLEY  Under   New   Management  THE BEST PROVIDED  IN KITCHEN AND BAR  A X D EVE R Y CAKK  TAKEN EOR THE COA1-  FOR.T OF P A T R O N S.  GIBBON   and  Mcdonald  ��������� ��������� i   Proprietors  X  X  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  i  s  X  i  I?  i  i  X  i  I  ^?^t^?^*^^0^^^^^^'S^������^t^*������-^^B^^^'o^*^  Town and District;  T. L; Deardorif went over to Fairyiew  on. Sunday. ��������� ,  Y. C. Kitley. had the misfortune to  lose his barn by fire about ten days  ago.' :    '-.���������,'  Robins and bluebirds have put in  their appearance, and butter-cups are  plentiful on the hill-sides.  And now the farm laborers su-e finding $15,(KK) diamonds in the rough in  the. lower Okanagan.  It is hoped that the water may gain  sufficiently in quantity to permit running at least part of the machinery  by next week.  Dr. Higginbotham, dentist has resumed Avork after his illness, and is  now engaged in ministering to*patients  who require, dental  Avork done.  Royer's stage has been coming in  regularly tor the last feAV trips,aiid it  is said that the intention is to continue  to run regularly to Hedley.  L. W. Shatford. M. P. P., returned  to Victoria, on Friday morning, taking  along with him Mrs. Shatford, the  baby and Vera. Master Reggie is left  as man of the house.  Those Avho Avant dental work, done  shouldn't lose any time in -'making.'appointments. Dr. Higginbotham is  trying to get through Avith his Avork  here as quickly as he can.  Work has started on the Oregon.  The contract covers 400 feet of Avork  ivnich- will be done by mostly the  same parties Avlio enlarged the flume  tunnels for the Daly Reduction Co.  T. Morrison, a machinist Avho has  beenworking for the Daly Reduction  Co. was taken ill last week, and is at  present in the emergency hospital,  Avhei-e Miss Elliott is officiating as  nurse. ..,.''  .^'������������������'���������'' . '���������;/-''  Miss Dorothy Schon of Spokane  came in on Friday night on her way  to Princeton to visit her parents, Dr.  and Mrs. Schon. She Avas met in  Hedley by Miss Violet Schon who accompanied her sister back to Prince-  SEEDS,  PLANTS  for the farm, garden, lawn, boulevard or conservatory. Acclimated  stock. Oldest established nursery  on the Mainland.  NO Seedless Apples  NO Pitless Plums  NO Cobless Corn  Just old, reliable, approved varieties at reasonable prices. We do  do not even supply any kings or  presidents just    the     common  British Columbian is good enough  for our trade.  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps,  Spraying Material, Greenhouse Plants,  Cut Floavers.  We do business on our oavii  grounds���������have no rent to pay, and  and are prepared to meet all competition.  Let me price your list before you  place your order. Catalogue free.  M. J. HENRY,  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver.  Tenders Wanted.  THE UNDERSIGNED will receive tenders  up to April 27th for cleaning up and ��������� fencing the grounds at the new schBol-housc; and  also digging ditch for the water pipe,  S. L. SMITH,  12-td Secy.-School Board.  ton'on Monday morning.  Mr. F. H. French, local manager for  Shatfords Limited, Avent out by stage  on Wednesday morning,- bound for  the. coast, and expects to be gone about  a month. This is Frank's first holiday  for a number of years. On his Avay out  he will spend a feAV days at his home  in Vernon, but most of the holiday  will be spent  at the coast.  The first instalment of Aveather  forecasts promised our readers three  Aveeks ago appears in this issue. In  addition to the general bulletin a local  crop forecast for the season for this  portion of the province gives April a  little warmer than usual and precipitation normal. The general bulletin  indicates that the first tAvo weeks of  April may be cooler than usual Avith  the warmest spell between the 18th  and 22nd.  The new electrician Avho has taken  Mr. Cootes' place Avith the Daly Reduction Company is S. C Anderson  from Greeirwood. He has been busy  for a couple of Aveeks shaping up the  season's Avork. He had made a. redistribution of the Avires from the powerhouse and has been losing no time in  getting all such re-arrangement completed before the power is turned cm  again.  John Gladden returned last week  from Spokane where he had spent a  couple of months, and reports great  activity in mining circles. One. thing  lie remarked particularly Avas the  number of Boundary people to be met  Avith in Spokane Avho Avere there for a  clay or tAvo, but more often completing their business in one day and getting back home again, doing the Avhole  in the same length of time, that it now  takes to get to the coast.  On Monday evening, April 1st, Mr.  and Mrs. W. J. Forbes entertained a  number of their friends to an "April  fool" pic-nic, the arrangements being  most unique in their originality and  aptness. The drawing-room Avas made  to represent a camp, and the camp-  fire idea Avas maintained throughout,  both in the entertainment and the  serving of the refreshments, Avhile the  April fools Avere sprung in the most  unlooked-for quarters. A most enjoyable evening Avas spent by all.  Mr. J. A. Mohr, of Enderby, was in  toAvn yesterday. He has been timber-  cruising on the Tulameen for the past  month, in the inerests of Minneapolis  capitalists who own mills at Enderby,  Kamloops and Arrovvhead. Mr. Mohr  has picked quite a feAV limits for them  on the Tulameen, and has secured options on tAvo coal properties at Princeton. It is the intention of his principals to to erect a large mill on the  Similkameen at some point yet to be  decided upon.  Trains, are running regularly to Nicola, and and C. P. R. surveyors are  still at work between there and,Aspen  Gi-OA-e'.'' " ���������[.���������'''   ,' '������������������   '.'        '  The'C. Pi R.'s new. steamer for Okanagan lake- traffic is to be launched oh  the llchi The name suggested for  the boat is the Okanagan.  Geo.,0. Cawston left on Wednesday  morning for Seattle. He has disposed  of his interest in tlie butcher business to his partner, R. .7. Edmond.  Keremeos has a good live fruit  growers'association that is bound to  accomplish good work both tor the  fruit growing industry and for the  town.  T. D. Pickard avIio has had the oversight of the roads, is taking a trip up  north and left for. the coast this week.  It is understood that Mr. Deardorff is  taking over the duties temporarily.  The V. V. & E. is suing the 0. P. R.  for $10,000 damages in connection with  the Myer's Creek fracas in the fall of  1905. Chief-Engineer'J.:H. Kennedy  was in Vancouver last Aveek as a wit-  ness 011 the case.  Possibly it was after serious contemplation of the Lord's Day Act the  Phoenix Pioneer came to the conclusion that '���������the.way sonic; people .have',  of being good is-worse'''than the way  others have of being bad." ���������  Dave Wade,'-of Keremeos Avas in  town on Monday Avith samples from'  the Crown Tailoring Co., of Torento, j  and Avas intent upon arraying the  youth of Hedley out. in' new spring  suits. Dave is fluent, argumentative  and convincing, and makes out a very  good case, for the house he represents.  All are waiting patiently lor the'  sound of the stamps, but still the water  is woefully deficient in quantity. In  former years the .middle of March  generally wiped out all difficulties in  water shortage, but here we are in the  first Aveek of April, with scarcely  enough to tone down the whiskey,  and the .'milkman has to go short.  These ever-lasting night frosts are  making a mess of the whole thing.  Richter's townsite at Keremeos  Centre is now on the market. Good  openings for all kinds of business. T.  W. Coleman, Agent.  E. G. Prior <fc Co., Vernon, have just  received a car of the celebrated American Bain Wagons and Trucks, all  sizes.    Write them for prices. 9-12  A limited number of lots in Richter's  townsite at Keremeos Centre are hoav  on the market. Corner lots, $100; inside lots,  MAN,  44  ���������1"' A comfortable,  easy,  good-wearing  Shoe-'means satisfaction to the wearer.  *l That's what you get when you buy   , .;__,: tlie '---���������   WALK-OVER  n  "The  Perfect  Shoe  for  Men  and  Women."  i  $125.    Terms.   T. W. Cole-  Agent.  KEREMEOS  NEWS.  ITJR SHOE BUSINESS has  been steadily growing since we  commenced to sell "Walk-.  Overs" for men, and we have  now added a few lines of AVomeh's "Walk-  :: :: :: Ovkrs." :: :: ::  Our  Spring  Stock Has Just*  Arrived.  SHATFORDS LIMITED  Stores at FAJRV1EW and HEDLEY  Messrs. Buillard and Leyner, representing the Oregon Nursery Co., are  giving their attention to Keremeos.  They have leased four -1-acre lots from  J. Ehnhirst and intend going into the  nursery business here.  J. McDonald, of Moosejaw, has been  in town for a- few. days looking for investments and has made several land  purchases. He is not averse to taking  to land lying np on the benches, not  included in any of the irrigation  schemes in sight.  Mr. SteA-ens, avIio has the bond on  the Dolphin group, has been in Keremeos during the past week. They are  Avorking two shifts on the Dolphin,  and more men are being put on, which  is evidence that the property is developing satisfactorily.  Rheumatic sufferers can have, a free  sample of Dr. .Slump's Rheumatic  Remedy with book on Rheumatism,  by simply writing Dr. Shoop, Racine,  Wis. This book will explain how Dr.  Slioop's Rheumatic Remedy successfully drives Rheumatism out of the  blood. This remedy is not a relief  only. It aims to clear the blood entirely of rheumatic poisons, and then  Rheumatism must die a natural death.  Sold by JOHN LOVE, Hedlev.  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <& REITH. Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  *      *     *      *      *  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  kverijthlng New and  First-Class  Bar supplied Avith the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  Stilenfit  TAILOR-MADE  Clothing  4&  WE have just received our Spring  samples of special ordered suitings. *T We can give you just AAiiat  you Avant to suit the hot Aveather and  dust of this country, in a nice light or  medium Dai-k Grey AH-avooI Flannel,  Fancy Grey Worsted, Scotch Tweeds,  Blue and Black Serge suitings���������Ave  can give you a nice suit for $25.00.  GUARANTEED TAILOR ��������� MADE.  ^r Call and inspect our samples  at the Men's Furnishings Store !  R.. G. SHIER - The Clothier  m  98?  ���������  @ THE  HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   APRIL  4,   1907.  THE  UPPER   SIMILKAMEEN.  (Continued from lust week.I  Charles Camsell's Report.  Among the  most promising claims  in the district -are  the  St. Lawrence  group,   owned   by   the   .Similkameen  Mining it Smelting Company, of Vancouver.     These  were  first   located in  the fall of 1000 by ii   party of Swedes,  and are situated on the western side of  Bear creek,  and on the contact of the  granite   with   the   schists   and   limestones.    Tlie' schists are mica  schists,  and   they   enclose   narrow   hands   of  Avhite crystalline limestone.    They dip  at about.05s towards the granite,  and  are cut by some large and highly mineralized .dikes  of   granite   porphyiy,  which have a north  and  south  trend  approximately parallel to the.trend of  'the granite.-    The ore is always found  associated with the limestone, aiid frequently replaces the lime bands entirely. The granite, porphyry dikes appear  to be tho source of the ore.    The limestone bands,  being  the  most soluble  rocks, have acted as channels for mineralized solutions emanating from the  .    dikes,  and they haA'e become at times-  entirely replaced by -sulphides.'  These  solutions  ascending from below,  and  following the lime bands have deposited  their sulphides against   the  mica  schists, which always act as a hanging  wall to tlie vein.    Two veins have been  opened up on this group, each of them  from seven to eight feet wide.- and the I  ore in them appears to be almost pure  pyrrhotite.     The  values  are  high  in  copper, gold and silver, and altogether  the  property  has  the  ear marks of a  permanent producing mine.  Another important group of chum's  is the  Independent group,  owned by  Messrs. .Johnson, Holmes ������fc Heiming,  and situated on the summit of the divide between Bear creek and the Cold-  water river.    This group is also on the  contact of the'granite body \vith mica  schists.    Here the ore body is a highly  .mineralized  zone ������������������ of   rock   extending  from  the  edge  of the   schists   about,  ''.: 1,000 feet westward into   the granite.  Two   thousand   feet   away   from  the  schists the granite  becomes  gneissic,  though still  holding inclusions of the  mica schists.    No sharp line of contact  could  be discovered   between the ore  bodv and the unaltered  granite, only  that  the  mineralization   of sulphides  appears to gradually  decrease until at  1,200 feet away from the schist it disappears.    The  ore   bodv  is  highly altered and kaolinized, where mineralization is greatest, and it appears to be  of the nature of a dike of granite porphyry   intruded  between   the schists  and the granite,   though it is possible  it may only be a  mineralization and  alteration of the same granite at and  near the contact with the schists.    Inclusions of mica  schist occur in   the  unaltered granite as well as in the ore:  body.  The greatest alteration is about,  the centre  of  the   mineralized  zone,  Avhere a small A'ein of pine  iron and  copper sulphides cuts the porphyry at  an angle of 45 degrees.    The feldspar  here is kaolinized,   though the quartz  is unaltered, and some secondary cal-  cite has  been  developed.    Mineralization throughout the body of  the  porphyry is usually by individual crystals  of iron and copper pyrites, more rarely  by veins and bunches of these  minerals.    Only in the  highly altered zone  does oxidation extend  to  a depth  of  twenty feet from the surface.    Some  molybdenite occurs in thin   seams and  flake-s near the  contact with the mica  schist.    The values are entirely in copper, and are low,   but the ore  body is  an enormous one.    The group consists  of ten  claims,   which   have  all   been  staked on the same  contact,   running  down into the Coldwatev river.  Numerous other claims were visited  in this section of the  countrw   among  PROPERTY  A  BEDIEY  I n vestment  And  Will  Make  Money  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  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 toAvn on the route of the proposed  Con.st-Kootena.y- Railway;   and Avith the advent of this road;  which is assured in  the near future,   it will unquestionably  become a large and important' city,- and toAvn lots will.bring  big returns on money invested at the present, time.        .  - maag���������aagaa���������Tiiiiimi'iiiirH  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.)  ......... .$400 to $600  Other Streets...    .$200 to $400.  .... 1 Cfvi'ld....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 pier cent.  For Those Who  Invest Now.  s^=^Purchase a few Lots before the Railway C������mes=s=  For Full Particulars, Maps Etc.,  ��������� rtF.F-1-V   TO-  The Hedley City Townsite Go'y, Ltd.  L. W. SHATFORD, = = HPHI   P������     R I"  Secretary and flanager, I ll-^l^l^t^ 1 ^    L>������ w������  them being the Keruna group on Bear  creek, and the? Boulder creek camp  east of Bear creek. The former lies in  the same series of altered sedimentary  rocks as were described on the St.  Lawrence! group. These are cut by  dikes of a porphyritic character which  strike about 380������. The ore occurs as  little veins or bunches in the sediments  at and near the contact of the; dikes.  The minerals found are pyrite, chal-  c.-opyrite and pyrrhotite, and the values  are in gold and silver.  At Boulder creek the claims are located in a soft green serpentine, which  often has a schistose structure developed in it, and which appears to be an  altered volcanic rock. The ore bodies  are in blanket veins interbedded with  the country rock, and the. minerals  occurring are pyrite, chalcopyrite and  some galena. The values are in gold  or copper, or both.,.the one increasing  as the other decreases.  Owing to the enormous rise in the  price of.platinum in the last year, and  to the. fact that the basin of the- Tulameen  riA'er   once   produced   a  larger  amount of platinum than any other  part of North America, it is altogether  probable that attempts will again-he  made by interested parties in the near  future to locate the source of the metal  in this district, or to work some of the  higher bench deposits of gravel which  are known to carry platinum, but  which formerly necessitated too large  an outlay of capital to work: Prof. J.  F. Kemp spent about three months of  the summer of 1900 in investigating  the geology of the platinum, and  though he avus noc successful to the  extent of finding any large bodies of  rock which could be profitably mined  for platinum, he was able to throw a  great deal of light on the origin and  occurrence of the metal. His results  are embodied in Bulletin 193, of the  United States Geological Survey.  The Tulameen section of the country  presents a great many more difficulties  to the prospector than the Similkameen country. The former is very  heavily timbered, and trails are few  aiid rough. Rock exposures, howeA'er,  are more common, except where the  country is underlaid by the schists and  limestones, as in the upper parts of  Bear creek. Here the growth of timber is heavier than usual, and the  country is so heavily covered with  drift that rock exposures very rarely  occur, and it has only been by much  labor that ore bodies have been located. Tt is here though that conditions  for the formation of ore bodies are so  favorable that other important discoveries are to be expected.  In conclusion, my acknowledgments  are due to many of the prospectors in  the country for their courtesy and  readiness to assist, and particularly to  Mr. C, F. Law for a history of mining  and prospecting in the region and for  much other useful information.  (Tlie Knd.l  Try  ������n\\V\\\\������\%  Vktoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  NOTICE.  The Commercial Hotel  if      ��������� Jr  x  X  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   MEN. $  TABLE and BAR FIRST-CLASS. ,   ��������� J  RATES MODERATE. X  Hedley,   B.C.  SIXTY DAYS after date. I intend to apply  to apply the Chief 'Commissioner of Lands  & Works for permission to purchase the following described piece of land, situated on the  west bunk of the Similkaineen river. Starting  from the S. K. corner of lot 24(5(5, thence running south 20 chains, thence west 20 chains,  thence north 20 chains, thence east 20 chains to  point of commencement, containing forty  acres more or less.  C. 1C. BAILEY.  Dated March ISth, '07. i 10-18  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATK I intend to  apply to the Hon. Chief Cominissisioner of  Lands & Works to purchase 80 acres of grazing  land situated on the east or left bank of the  Siinilkivmeen River, beginning at a post north  of Sixteen Mile Creek, running south 40 chains  to Indian Reserve post, marked S.41, S. E. No.  1. thence east 20 chains, thence north 40 chains,  thence west 20 chains to point of commencement.  JOHN GILLIS.  Dated at HctUey. B.C.. Fob. Kith. 11)07. 0-15  *  X  X  X  K  I  X  X  i  X  *:  1  X  I  if  X  X  X  X  X  *,  X v   2  X x  Frank  B. McArthur,   -   -   Manager  x  I  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, flanager.  Rheumatism  I have found a tried and tested cure for Rheumatism! Not a remedy that will straighten the  distorted limbs of chronic cripples, nor turn bony  growths back to flesh again. That is impossible.  But I can now surely kill the pains and pangs of  this deplorable disease.  In Germany���������with ft Chemist in the City of  Darmstadt���������I found the last ingredient with  which Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy was made  a perfected, dependable prescription. Without  that last ingredient, I successfully treated many,  many cases of Rheumatism; but now, at last, ituni-  formly cures all curable cases of this heretofore  much dreaded disease. Those sand-liko granular  wastes, found in Rheumatic Blood, seem to dissolve  and puss away under the action of this remedy as  freely as does sugar when added to pure water.  And then, when dissolved, these poisonous wastes  freely pass from the system, and the cause of  Rheumatism is gone forever. There is now no  real need���������no actual excuse to suffer longer without help.  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