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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. II.  No. 15.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY,  APR.  26/1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  ?he CAMmmM Stem  -IS  IT FACT OR FAKE ?  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE,  I. E. WALKER, General Manager  TORONTO  ALEX. LAIRD.Asst. Gen'l Manager  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN  THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  BANKING   BY  MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch  ' the Bank.   Accounts may be opened, and deposits  lade or withdrawn by mail.   Every attention is paid  out-of-town accounts.  Honolulu Reported to Have Disappeajed  Off the Map  ���������'A l-umoi- that is calculated to deceive  the very elect is currentthat the Sandwich Islands have sunk. Such a report must receive a great deal of credence because it would fit in exactlv  at the present time with what might  be expected. It is reported that no  cable communication with the Islands  lias been obtained since the earthquake  and-that ships at sea with Marconi  connections report inability to find  them. The thing is either a terrible  fact or a clever but outragaous fake.  Which Laid Low San Francisco and Other Places In  California  A Unique Souvenir.  J. M. CHRISTIE, Manager Penticton Branch.  vTLLIAM E. BURRITT  RARRlSTEU,  SOLICITOR,    .  NOTARY PUBLIC.  COMMISSIONER,  ETC.  EDLEY  B. C.  EXPLORE  THE CATECOMBS.  Vernon Customs Still the Grave of Goods  In Transit.  CHARLES M. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial,  Land Surveyor.  Inters may be left at Gazette office.:  IEDLEY,  B. G.  H  .C.L.  . ROGERS,  M.A., 1  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B; C.  |A.   LOGAN   &   CO.  (Successors to Miller Jlrbs.)  ATCHMAKERS and  JEWELERS  Repairing a Specialty.  Work Guaranteed. .  IIDWAY and GREENWOOD,   B. C.  MwV G; Warren  Eietirical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B.C.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Power or Light  ii^and LJriidn  HEDLEY, B. C.  [ERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  (LIVER & GLADDEN  Now that all the Conservative post  miisters in- sight have  been fired fordoing things that those of the opposite political faith can apparently do  with impunity, isn't it about time that  the tiring party were turned loose in a  bombardment of the port of customs  at Vernon ?   For years the delays occurring at the Vernon customs . have  baen'a soiuce of annoyance and loss to  those resident"in this portion of the  district. "  Goods   are   shipped  from  points across the line,  and as a rule  they generally get as far as Vernon  before being very seriously held up;  but there they strike the catecoinbs  and only the greatest vigilance and  persistence on the part of the consignee  can rescue them from eternal oblivion.  If it were a case of liquors, and  the  consignee were not too thirsty,  the  mellowing effect of a decade or two in  the catecoinbs might not be so much  amiss, provided the consignee be youug  enough to survive the period of waiting.   Fortunately shippers are in the  habit of sending invoices and shipping  bills when goods are sent out', otherwise it would ..be all-off. with the consignee,  who need never expect to be  notified from the customs at Vernon.  The receipt by mail of an invoice or a  shipping bill is quite an advantage, to  the  consignee.     He  can consult his  calendar 'and hisgeograohy and interview travellers who have been over  the route and by these means arrive'  approximately at the arrival hi Vernon, to which he .will dp well toadd a  week or two.   Theiv. if he is prudent  (and impertinent) he will write the  The Gazette is indebted to Mr. Brule  of the Daly Reduction Co., for copies  of San Francisco papers issued after  the disaster, They are for the most  part issued from suburban offices in  Oakland and Berkley, but one, a combination Call-Chronicle and Examiner  issue, is dated from San Francisco  April 19th, without any explanation  of the" circumstances attendiug its  issue, the matter contained being  wholly descriptive of the disaster itself. Tt is a unique souvenir of the  calamity, and the feature, that most  appeals to one in scanning it is the  silent eloquence which only tells again:  the old truth that one touch of nature  makes the whole.world akin. These  great journals that in peace and prosperity were at daggers drawn, in the  Loss Of Life and Property  Many People Killed and Injured and Property  Destroyed Valued at  $200,000,000.  The meagre telegraphic report, to  hand before going to press last week  gave but a very inadequate idea of the  calamity which has befallen San Francisco and other centres in California.  face of a common disaster are brought  and   their  combined limits  narrowed to a 7 column folio.  together  Concerning Poultry.  'ivil & Mining Engineers  -:<>:-  MINESand  |Rfe/\L    ESTATE  HEDLEY, B.C.  Go to tlie -  Hedley Pool Room  arid B a r b e r S hop  For an Easy Shave and  a Stylish Hair - Cut or  a  Game   of  Billiards.  Carl Hairsine  Qe'o. Abies  collector at Vernon to inquire ��������� to  want to know,, you know. By. this,  means lie may be fortunate enough  after a while to obtain an admission  from the collector that there is some  such parcel there. After some more  correspondence, he obtains information that the duty is a sum which,  after consulting his tariff list, he finds  he must divide, by 2. Result���������much  additional correspondence. By and  by, with the assistance of a customs  broker, the goods are 'cleared (of cobwebs,) and when he thinks, good easy  man, fully surely his goods will come  to him, he finds out a month hence  that they have gone back into the  catecoinbs.  Now if it is good parliamentary precedent in England to search the cellars  of the House each session for old Guy  Fawkes, (and Sir Wilfrid is such a  stickler for English precedent) what  is the matter with having the customs  catecoinbs at Vernon searched at least  once a year for the wandering Willies  and homeless Kates in the shape of  bonded goods that have never yet  reached their' owners ?  Now tliis great family journal lias  had poured into its sympathetic ear  tales of wrong suffered at the hands of  the customs at Vernon. It has a lofty  stack of correspondence on various  items of business between itself and  the customs, and it still mourns the  loss of a consignment that left Chicago  early in February, must have reached  Vernon some time in the same month,  was cleared of the customs on March  10th, and has never been heard of since.  By all means explore the catecoinbs.  They  are  located   somewhere   down  .trim. H,r������ Snhinv.  Hedley poultry-fanciers are going in  extensively for the raising   of aristocratic birds.   No   poultry association  lnis yet been formed,  but in this as in  everything else it is a case of "birds of  a feather."   Mine host McArthur   of  the hotel Similkameen   is in frequent  consultatiori   with  Fred Revely,  and  all the fine points of the subject from  spurs  to wattles are referred   to Mr.  Rolls.     Stock-raisers are said to have  a code governing the equitable distribution of slick-ears, aud poultry-raisers  might find it advantageous to make  similar arrangements to minimize the  loss from henslaying abroad.   At present when a hen cackles all owners  of  hens that have . a. roving commission  must-run to the door, and with- hand  to ear, endeavor to locate the sound.  The eternal vigilance  required in this  way is a mental  and physical strain,  to say nothing   of the  strenuousness  of the sprint necessary to capture the  prize.   By   all   means    organize   ah  association and arrange that the race  may not always be to   the   swift nor  the. battle, to the strong.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending April 21th :  at  Apr 15  10  17  18  1!)  20  21  THE mine.  Maximum  58  41  50  40  51  m  65  Rainfall for week .5 inches  Snow all gone.  AT  15  10  17  18  19:  20  21  THE mill,  Maximum  74.  5(5  51  01  05  77 '.     ,  82  Minimum  85  82  Zo  82  87  40  Minimum  41  88  82  41  48  48  4S  Rainfall for week. .��������� inches.   -m^~   Fears are entertained for the safety  of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Forbes, who  were believed to have been in San  Francisco on their way home at the  time of the disaster. A picture post  card was received from them last mail  dated San Francisco, April 17th, announcing their, arrival there, and the  disaster befell the city shortly after  5 o'clock next morning. It is to be  hoped that Mrs. Forbes' friends at  Green Mountain may have heard from  them since.  Press despatches give as follows :  Stockton, Calif., April 18���������The most  terrible disaster in the history of San  Francisco occurred at 5.13 this  morning.    An earthquake shock so violent  and prolonged that it damaged every  building on the peninsula in some degree, the damage being from cracks in  the walls,   toppled chimneys and cornices, to complete collapse of hundreds  of buildings, loclced the"earth for fully  two'minutes.   It was like a cataclysm.  People' cried out to each other, like  the coming of the end of the world.  The oscillation was north and south in  a succession of increasing7 and appa,r-  eiitly renewed shocks, wi th a twisting  movement that threw sleeping people  out of their beds.,. In those two minutes the great city was r ii i n ed .Ma hy  were  killed,  perhaps hundreds, Tier-  haps thousands, for in the shattering,  followed by confusion and fire,, no one  may estimate the  number  of   dead.  No   part  of   the  city , escaped   from  wreck, fire and death.     Gas,   water  and electric power were suddenly cut  off.     The   business section from the  water  front   to  10th street suffered  most  appallingly froni   the  disaster.  It lies devastated by the trembler and  the fire. ���������    -.  Fire chief Sullivan, who served in  the fire department for over a quarter  of a century, was killed hi his engine  house, adjoining the California hotel.  In homes where early fires had been  lighted for preparing breakfast, the  fires were started by the tumbling  over of coal or oil stoves, or the disconnecting] of gas pipes. In saloons,  dance halls and lodging houses on the  water front and Barbary coast, where  oil lamps were used, the overturned  lamps caused the fires. In the business  districts along the water front and in  the Mission, the furnaces and the  trembler worked destruction together.  The suddenness and the awrfulness of  the disaster left the police as powerless as the fire, department. General  Funston at once offered chief of police  Dinan aid. He detailed a regiment of  soldiers to work with the police in the  rescuing of the wounded and the protection of property.  Tim flames, fanned by the rising  breeze, swept down the main wholesale business streets to within 100 feet  of the Union ferry depot, the high  tower of which stood at a. dangerous  angle. The big wholesale grocery  establishment of Wellman, Peck & Co.  was on fire from cellar to roof, and  the heat was so oppressive that passengers from the ferry boats were  obliged to keep close to the water's  edge, in order to get past the burning  structure. . It was impossible to reach  the. centre of the citv from the bav  without skirting the shore for a long  distance, so as to get around the burning district.  At 9 o'clock this morning a thousand  men from the Presidio arrived down  town to patrol tlie city. The 18th infantry, 1000 strong, arrived from  Angel Island a little later and went  on patrol'at once! The soldiers have  been ordered to shoot down thieves  caught in the act of robbing the dead,  and to guard with their lives the millions of dolhus worth of property  which has been placed in the streets  that it may escape the ravages of the  Haines.  The 1st California armory, 200  strong, two companies, have been detailed to patrol duty on Ellis street.  Two more companies are patrolling  Broadway in the Italian section.  Early  in the  morning the prisoners  confined in the city prison on the  fifth floor of the hall of justice were  transferred to the-basement of the  structure. Later they were removed  to the Broadway jail, and if necessary  they will be taken to the branch  county jail on Mission road.  Commissioner E. Myron announced  at noon that the 80 odd fire insurance  companies interested had decided' to  pay dollar for dollar to everyone insured with them. The companies will  not discriminate between fire, and  earthquake and every one insured will  be paid to the extent of the loss. But  two of the companies affected are  Pacific coats concerns, the others having principal offices' in the east, or in  Europe,-mid all will -stand the loss  without danger of failure.  One of the. first orders issued by the  chief of police this 'morning was the  closing of every saloon''in the city.  The step was taken to prevent.drink  crazed rioting in tlie streets.  BASEBALL MATCH.  Hedley Wins Its First Game of the Season From Gt.- Northern Survey Team.  The first baseball game of the season  was held on Sunday last between the  Hedley . baseballers and a team from  the Great Northern survev gang.  Lack of practice was evident on both  sides, as might be expected from the  fact that; this was the first game of  the season. The .Great Northern men  were, with a single exception, a different team from that played last year.  Spine of. them were new to the game,  but as there is' sufficient-old material  to coach theni a long they may be expected to give a' better account of  themselves befor-e the season is over.  Without Wes. Rodgers in-the box,  Hedley is reduced a few grades, but  with some judicious re-construction in  the personnel of the team so as to  bring up some of the weaker spots to  a better average and with more, faithful practice for all, they may put up  a fairly strong game before the season  is out. ,  Belo\y is a list of the players and the  score :  Hedley  Bragg, 3b...    .4  Messenger, lb. .2  Watson, c 4  Mott, p ...'.��������� ...6  Allen, 2b. 2  Brule, s.s '. 3  Revely, cf .4  Henderson, If. .2  Irwin, rf 2  29  Surveyors  November, c... 1  Craig, lb   ..1  Scott, p   .1  Good, cf   .3  Ferguson, 2b.  .1  Broadfoot, s.s  .0  Hall, 3b:   1  Morton, If.. ..  .1  Flood........  .1  10  The Twenty-Mile Road.  Last summer a petition   was circulated by Mr. J. .T. Marks  to obtain a  road up Twenty-Mile.    It was signed  by everybody in town, for all were of  the opinion that it was just what was  wanted, both for the  town and  the  camps up Twenty-Mile and over eastward towards Riordan Mountain, as  well as the claims   on   Nickel   Plate  Mountain it-self.    There was not a dissenting voice anywhere in town, and  the acquiesence did not consist merely  in passively signing the petition, but  all were prepared to advocate it.    A  few months later the Premier and the  Chief   Commissioner   of   Lands    and  Works   visited   Hedley,   and   in   the  public  meeting  which  was  held  Mr.  Shatford  declared his   determination  to press for an appropriation to build  it, and still everyone contended  that  it was the correct thing.   After a hard  fight- in caucus Mr. Shatford secured  the appropriation, which was the signal for a clique   who   thought   that  some political grist might come to his  null because of it, began forthwith to  decry and condemn the whole scheme.  If Hedley expects to prosper by the  exhibition of the particular brand of  politics that would foster that sort of  thing, then God help  the town.    In  politics there is supposed to be room  for difference of opinion, but when the  interests of tlie town are at stake all  political differences should be dropped.  One of the clique let the cat out of the  bag when he confidentially chuckled  that if they could once catch Shatford  having the road  go  by way   of  the  Oregon  they would   fix him plenty,  and yet that is  the way  that  they  must now preach that it should go  when they condemn the Twenty-Mile  route. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,   APRIL   26,    1906.  Cbc Ikdlcy (gazette  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  -.���������..���������ii-: on Thursdays, by the Hkdi.hv Ga/.k'I"  t'ltlXTlNIi A.VIJ l'CIII.HSIIINU COMPANY,  Li.ui'riU),  at Medley,  H. t'.  in  the  I'K  Subscriptions in Advance  S2.II0  l.()0  1-c;  Year   Six Months... -   Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of liiiprovementele.,  S7.00 fur 60-day notices, and $5.00 for 30-day  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������not, exceeding one  inch, ������1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  " each suhsu(iuont insertion. Over one mcli,  10-cents per lino for lirst insertion and 5  cents ]>er line for eaeii subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per mouth,  $1.25; over 1 inch and up to I inches, $1.00  ���������po- inch permontl). To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application", rates will he given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires,  without any extra  charge, l-'or changes oftener than once a, month  the   price of composition  will  he charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the ofliee by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for-that week's issue,    i  tA   MEQRAW,  Managing Editor.  First nuar.  :ird.  Vull Moon  10th.  IslJCi  Lnsbquar.  17th.  New Moon  24th.  1906  an  ��������� A\o'u."Tues..Wed.-Thu. Fri. Sat.  9     10     11  13     14  18     17     IS     10     20     21  0,-i  23     2-1  27     2S  29     80  SOME  RADICAL  LEGISLATION  In,0ntai��������� io the. Whitney Go v-  erumeiit is.; "Waging  out a new  trail of  its  own, and   making  many  radical   reforms' in    the  conduct of .public affairs. ^   One  of   their so-called    heresies   is  that  of standing out for   tlie  rights of the people against the  corporations    and   some    very  sweeping cha.ng.es are likely to  result from the  agitation that  is going on in reference to power obtained from Niagara Falls.  The former  Government  had  given large franchises to a  few  favorites which' practically constituted  a monopoly,   but tlie  present Government may claim  the right  to  regulate  rates to  such an extent as to  minimize  tho ill effects'of  the  monopoly  eicated.   In addition to this the  Government  are   likely,, themselves to go into the power business by developing power and  selling it to manufacturers at a  rate that wijl not only  provide  a handsome revenue to the province,    but    will    completely  checkmate any attempt on  the  part of the big power  corporations to charge excessive or extortionate rates for power.  ' In all this there is a lesson for  British Columbia. We have here  a piece of legislation known  as  the Water Clauses Consolidation  Act which, while  containing a  few very  good  features, leaves  much to be desired in  tlie way  of protecting the rights  of  the  public against monopoly on the  part of corporations, which, by  taking advantage of the Act in  the acquisition of  water  rights  upon the provisions therein laid  down, are able not only to  clog  tlie wheels of progress  by pursuing a dog in the manger policy towards all others who may  require  power,   but may   even  interfere   with    the domestic  supply for the  general public.  The rates at which  power and  light can be supplied from Niagara for manufacturing purposes in Ontario,  will make people  in  this province    consider the  question anew.   Chearjer power  ���������will give a  greater impetus  to  the  mining industry  which is  and will be the  greatest industry in the province, and  it will  also cheapen the cost of living.  The eyes of the  Dominion will  be turned on Ontario to watch  the effect of efforts put forth by  a strong Government bent upon  conserving the public interests,  and if they solve satisfactorily  the problem of   cheap   power  and light for the people it will  pay the legislatures in the other  provinces to lose   no  unneces  sary   time    in  moving  jsame direction. ^  i    Another evidence of the. cour-  lage of  Mr. 'Whitney's Admiiiis-  jtration is seen  in  the  decision  which they have made to retain  for the province -a  rich  mining  section in the now "famous  Cobalt district.   They have demonstrated    the    practicability    of  public ownership of railways by  making the Kaministiqua Railway-yield a handsome profit to  the province after giving a good  service to the people at reasonable rates.    Instead of being afraid to move without a precedent, Mr   Whitney  doesn't hesitate to make one.     Dm-ing the  debate on the address at the opening of the present session  of  the Dominion  Parliament,  Sir  Wilfrid Laurier in  replying  to  his critics, defended the failure  of his Government as a whole  and of Mr. Mulock in particular  to introduce a bill making it illegal for any member of-parliament to be appointed to a position  of  emolument   under the  Government Avithin  two years  after he had occupied a seat in  the House, on the ground that  there was no English precedent  for such legislation. Mr. Mulock  did introduce' such a  bill when  in   opposition  and  presumably  with the approval of his leader,  so that if lack of precedent  is a  bar now to the introduction  of  such legislation  it should also  have prevented its introduction  when in opposition.     A fig for  precedent!  Had those who gave  us our constitution and our laws  required a precedent for everything which they did we would  have no laws to-day.    What every country needs is an administration with sufficient courage,  honesty and common  sense  to  legislate for present wants and  future requirements, free from  the cobwebs of precedent.    Ontario apparently has- that sort  of goveniment'-now, and  other  provinces will do well to watch  closely the outcome of some of  the courageous  steps that Mr.  Whitney and his followers are  taking. ,.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  COPPER PLATE mineral claim,   situate in  ��������� '"      Osoyoos Mining Division of Vale District.  '-. Where located :   Iii Camp Ilbdloy-'  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Ainslcy Mcgraw,  Free Miner's Certificate No D79221, iigent  for Sydney M. Johnston, Erou Miner's Certificate No B91I08, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to .apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement*,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Iinprovements.  Dated tins With day of March. A. D.   1900.  11-9  '  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  QUEEN,    SOMERSET,     CASTLE  FRACTION.     NORFOLK   .   FRA  FAIRY     .���������_    ��������� \CTIOX  TOWER FRACTION. STAG FRAC-  TJON, VICTOR FRACTION, and RED  TOP mineral claims, situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of Vale District. Where  located:   Camp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that J John. Gladden, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B7SKI71, acting for  myself and as agent for .lames N. l'aton, Free  Miners Cerlieate No Rillfi'tt, F. W. Gladden,  Free Miners Cirtsfieato No.H7H073,, D. Woods  W. K. Hodges, F. M. Elkins, Clinton A. S. At-  \vood intend sixty days from the date hereof to  apply to the Mining Recorder for Certficates of  Improvements for tho purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above Claims.  And further take notice that action  under  Section H7 must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March, l!K)(i.  10-!)  "' BANKOF  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,666.  HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA,  II. STTKKMAN, General Manager  Reserve- $2,141,333.  MONTREAL  . ELMSLY, Supt. of Branches  BANKING BY MAIL���������Accounts  of niyrties .living at. a, distance  receive our  special attention. Deposits can he made through the mail, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any lime.    A General Ranking Business Trans-  '  acted.   Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad. '  Hedley Branch,     -     L.Q. HacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  ������cosoocoooocoocccoooooooococooccccoooocoooc<  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  CAMP REST and ALICE mineral claims situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  yale District.' Where located : In Camp  Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Ainsloy Mcgraw,  agent for George II. Call ill, tree minor's  certificate No. B7!X)14, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to.appl.v to the Mining Iteeorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above claims.  And further tn-kcnotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements."  Dated this 10th day of April, 1900 14-9  /���������.-;i%.hi.-s.::!Be;d;;$^p6:^:-  Ten Per Cent, Off for Cash.  Height of head. 51 inches. Height of foot, 4g inches.  11-16 inch .pillars.. H-8 and 5-Hj inch Fillings. Brass knobs.  Dominion Wire Spring.     Others upto $35.00. .-..-.  It will pay you to get our prices on Furniture.   Largest stock in the interior....  B R O S.,   V e r ri o n,   B.   C.  Spring Hats  ���������I  1  NOTICE.  The Nicola Herald thus pertinently puts it: "In reference  to the press comments on the  Midway & Vernon railway  scheme one would judge that  the -whole government oiitfit  were guilty of some heinous  crime. Chief Justice Hunter in  his judgment says, "As early as  February 1905, there was some  doubt as to the obligation of the  government to give the aid that  was empowered by the Subsidy  Act; and they, quite justifiably  in my opinion, thought it proper to refer the matter to the  court."  SIXTY DAYS from date Iintend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase MX) 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 i of section 21,  township 85, being pre-emption No. 2254, running thence 40 chains east; thence 40 chains  north ; thence 40 chains west: thece 40 chains  south to point of commencement.  Okanagan  ANDREW HAMILTON  Palls, March 81, 1906. 12-9  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  ���������TRIANGLE" FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim  situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  Yale-District.   Where located: 'Camp Hedley.  XAKK NOTICE that I, F. W. Groves, acting  4.    as agent for The  Yale Mining Company.  Free Miner's   Certificate   No.  B7!Xi:i3,  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 15th day of January 1906.  8-9 F. W. GROVES  We have displayed at <mi- store the most complete stock  of Hats and Caps that, has ever been shown in this  district. It comprises all this season's latest styles and  shapes   and   colors   in    Straws,    Felts   and    Tweeds  Straw Hats  Crush Hats  Stiff Hats  Tweed, and  Felt Fedoras  All the latest  styles and  shapes from  best manu-  factu rers.  ���������  As wo  turers  deal  oin-  is  with only the .most reliable hat inaimfac-  goods hear a quality guarantee, that-  beyond question. Prices are reasonably low to be consistent with quality.     Let Us Fit You Up for Easter.  Campbell & Shier  Gents' Furnishers.  HEDLEY,   B. C.  I  For Sale.  DY AUCTION, at Olalla, June 23rd, a sorrel  ���������*-*   mare branded G T on the . front {shoulder;  For particulars  W. W. HARVEY, Olalla     '  weighs about 1100 or 1200 Ibsj,  apply to  15-3  NOTICE  County Court Sittings  Sittings of the Comity Court will be held as  follows;  At Hedley, on Monday May 14th at 11 a. in.  At Princeton, Thursday May 17th at 11 a. m  Rv Order.  HUGH HUNTER.  13-td Registrar  NOTICE.  H.  W.   YATKS intends to apply to the Licence Commissioners for the Nicola  Licence District,  for permission  to  transfer his  hotel licence  to A. McDermott and   F. McAr-  thur, for the Commercial Hotel at HedleV  Dated at Hedley this 20th day of April 1906  15-4 H. W.  YATES  Certificate of Improvements.  STEMSET and GUNSITE mineral claims, situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  Yale District Where located: Camp Fair-  view.  TAKE NOTICE that I.Richard H. 'Parkinson as agent for The New Fairview Corporation, Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B79I45. 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 the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this nth day of March. 1900.  8-9  RICHARD II. PARKINSON  NOTICE.  KfOTICE is hereby   given that, sixty  ���������'���������,,    afterdate, 1 intend to apply to the  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase 16(1 acres  of land in the Siinilkamcen Division of Yale  District situated as follows: Commencing at a.  postmarked "M. K" and running in a zigzag  northerly direction on the west line ������f lot 292  for 40 chains thence west 40 chains, thence  south 40 chains, thence cast 40 chains.  D. Gir.i.Es|'iE,  PCI' WALTER GlU.ESI'tE,  15���������9 ���������   agent.  days  Hon.  durable The Chief Commissioner of Liuds and  Works for permission to pnrcha.se the following described land, situate on the east. Side of  Okanagan Lake, B.C. Commencing at a post  sot at tlie northeast corner of the southwest 1  of section 15, Township 28. running South 20  chains, thence West SO chains, thence North 20  chains, thence East X0 chains to point of commencement.  ELIZA MA IK  Dated. March 1st, 1900. 8���������9  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days 1  date, I intend to apply to the "  NOTICE  SIXTY' DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioners of Lands  and Works to purchase 160 acres of land described as follows : Beginning at a post marked  G. M. A.'s southwest corner, thence running  40 chains cast, thence 40 chains north, thence 40  chains west, thence 40 chains south to point of  commencement and covering the southeast iof  the southeast \ of section 25 township 52 and  the northwest i of. the N. W. h of sec 29 township 54.  Keremeos, March 31st. 1906  15-9 G. M. ALLISON  iftcr  Hon. Tlie  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to purchase the S. E. i of the S. E. 1  of Section 24, Tp. 51 and the S. W. J of Section  19 and the north i of the S. E. | of See. 19 and  the S. W. .1 of the" S. E. i of Section 19 in Tp. 50  JOSIAII GRAHAM  . Dated March 8, 1900.    ... 10-9  FIRST-CLASS  IN  EVERY   RESPECT  HOTEL  SIMILKAMEEN  We have  received Che  of Liquors that,  has  largest, and best* assorted  stock  ever  come  into   t������he  Similkameen  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given  that sixty  from date  I intend to apply to the  days  Hon.  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the following described land situated west of Dog Lake : Commencing at a post at the northeast corner of A.  B. Laurence's pre-emption No. 3894, running  thence north along shore of Dog Lake 80 chains  thence west 40 chains, thenco south 80 chains,  thence cast to point of commencement.  MARGARET MAY RITCHIE  Per .TAS. RITCHIE, Agent  Dated at Sumincrland this  14-9 Jlth day of April, 1900  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  Lemp's   St.   Louis   Beer.  McDermott ������> McArthur  . 1 .. . . ��������� 1 ���������  Proprietors  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 HEDLEY GAZETTE,   APRIL  26,   1006  Town and District.  Billy Summers of Princeton was in  town last week.  A balcony is heing put up in front of  the Great Northern.  Superintendent Murpoleof the C.P.R  paid a visit to Penticton last week.  Mi*. S.:L. Smith was very ill on  Monday, but is improving again.  The new cable for the Daly Reduction Go's tramway came in last -week  and is ready to be put in place.  Harvey'Tingley has taken the contract of building a cottage for J. Mair-  hoft'er, on his   lots   across   the creek.  The mountain sheep yarns that are  afloat since that one was seen up the  creek a couple of weeks ago would lead  one to suppose that the country is to  be over-run with "big horn."  Liist week the Gt. Northern surveyors who were working at Brushy Bottom moved their camp up the river to  a, point in the vicinity of the old sawmill.  The Similkameen river and Twenty-  Mile creek have been rising during the  past week, This is one of the reasons  given by local fishermen to excuse tho  smallness of the catch.  Indian Agent Irwin of Kamloops  was in town last week accompanied by  his wife. While here he negotiated a  grazing lease for Indian Johnnie Su-  sanne with Cawston . & Edmonds,  butchers.  Word has come from Princeton that  work has been suspended at Voigt's  Camp. The cessation of operations is  declared to be only temporary and that  during the interim, additional plant  may be put in.  The Daly Reduction Co", have had a  large kiln of charcoal burned, up  Twenty-Mile, and the teams are drawing it to the works. The charcoal is  for use in the bullion furnaces and will  also be used in the assay department.  The bakery run by David James in  connection with the restaurant is appreciated by liohse-keepers. The hot-  cross buns on Good Friday were pro-  nouced O.K., and the. bread and pastry  obtainable at all times is a great convenience. ;  It is not fully-decided whether another base-ball match will be played  with the railroaders on Sunday. If  they move . camp again during this  week their next camp may be too far  op the river,to make it convenient for  them to come.  The Kamloops Presbytery have decided to send a man into this field.  The one selected is Mr. D. P. Smith of  Manitoba college, Winnipeg. The exact date of his arrival has not yet been  ���������announced but in all probability he  will be along in a few days more.  Harry Twiddle's injury at the Central Hotel fire at Keremeos, developed  into a case of blood poisoning. Dr.  McEwen was summoned by "phone  and went down to attend him. The  trouble was checked and lie is now on  a fair way to recovery.  There has been a rumor about for a  few days to the effect that the Golden  Zone group had been placed by the  holder of the bond, Mr. W. D McMillan. So far the Gazette has had no  opportunity to verify the story, which  however, has strong probabilities in  its favoi-.  Bobbv Stevenson came down on  .Sunday and has gone up on the mountain to look after some important  mining interests which he holds to the  northeast of Riordan mountain. Bobby, the oldest survivor of all the old-  timers, has wintered well and is able  to outlast many of the Chechakhos.  Chief Engineer Kennedy of the V. V.  & E. has been called to Ottawa to 'appeal' before the Raihvay Commission  in reference to approval ol the Company's plans for building on the north  side of the river at Hedley. No definite information had been received  concerning the result up to the time of  going to press.  Last week it was held to be a debatable question whether or not it was a  sin to play baseball on Sunday. After  last game a good many would be of  the same opinion as the Lord's Day  Alliance, that it would decidedly be a  sin to play such ball as was played  then. Good ball may be good but bad  ball is always bad and bad things are  sinful.  The earlier reports from San Francisco spoke of a tidal wave attended  Avith terrible loss of life, and as all telegraphic communication out of the city  was cut off those who had friends living there were left in terrible suspense.  Mrs. Burritt's people were living in San  Francisco, and it was not until Satm-?  day that the assurance came to hand  that they were fill safe at Oakland.  There is a general kick on the manner in which the telephone office at  Penticton is conducted. Half the time  they will refuse to answer the 'phone  at all, and when they do think worth  while to take down the receiver and  listen they recognize no responsibility  in the matter of bringing people to  the 'phone. This sort of thing is a  fraud on subscribers who are paying  their monthly rental, and it is up to  superintendent Stevens and the Department of Interior to see that the  thing is remedied.  Our local billiard cracks ran up  against a snag last week. The snag  (who shall Vie nameless because nobody  knew what his name was) sauntered  into Hairsine's billiaul room with a  pal with whom he played a' game or  two in an indifferent sort of way. His  locks were long and fair. When he  proposeda. game to Carl it looked like  an easy two bits,' while the barber  made a mental note���������"there's four bits  there for me sure." In his play Paddy  Roosky began to show sjgns of awakening. Alter getting away with Carl  he was.switched on to Harry Rose for  a couple of games, and Harry has  quite a time since then explaining how  it happened.    Paddy was.a caution.  Dear John is himself authority for  the"information that he has been stealing a march on the other buttinsky���������  the Nicola one.  Relying on the lttashy  influence   of   his  callow   youth   and  smug, smirky smiles he hello-ed to the  hello-girl at Kamloops and requested  her to visit the jail there and endeavor  to  comfort the Chinkaphobia-   felons  from Penticton.    As the hello-girls all  along the line will fall over themselves  to   oblige   dear John, of   course, she  went.   It was perhaps rather unfair of  John to butt-in again all alone and not  give the other fellow a chance, even if  he had been slighted and done out of  his share of the cigars.     Dear John  couldn't understand why the Chinka-  phobians should send cigars to anyone  who had rented his house to Chinks  for a laundry,  and  slight  him   just  because he had a long .time - ago'. hired  Chinks to work on his i*anch " allee  saniee" big land companies. But never  mind; dear John has .a corner on the  hello-girls and the other fellows can  keep   their old   cigars.     But   now  wouldn't it be a measly trick if those  jail chaps at Kamloops should try to  smile sweeter than John and thus alien-  site the affections of the hello-girls?  A tidy letter-head or bill-head commands attention from those with  whom you do business The Gazette  print-shoo can fit you out in style.  *  t  W  Hj  *  *  Hj  Hi  Hj  Hi  Ht  m  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  MRS. G.B.LYON  Has a Full Line of  BO O T S  ===== and =====  SHO ES  H ED'LEY,   B.   C.  I HOTEL  HEtiLEY  -'��������� f.' ; ���������   '    :.....���������'  Under   New   Management  THE BEST PROVIDED  IN KITCHEN AND BAR  AND EVERY CARE  TAKEN FOR THE COMFORT OP P A T R O N S.  GIB BO Nan d  Me D O N A L D  Proprietors  ***Wte**K**V&*M*te*Wl������M������M������M,*l,  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  *    I * ��������������� * X  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and First-Class  Bar supplied Avith the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid  to  the   Table.  Try  xwwwvoaa  Vidoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  ..Hedley Meat Market..  i><il/iI;ilnIat/(tatni/il/vl/il<vI/\l<il/������)/il/il;il/  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  OPENED THE BUTCHER  SHOP ON .WEBSTER ST.,  WITH A SUPPLY OF  CHOICE MEATS OF ALL  KINDS���������BEEF, MUTTON  AND PORK :: POULTRY  FOR THE HOLIDAY  SEASON :: :: ::  /p /p /p ������p /p /p /p in /p /n /p /p /p /p /p /p /p /p sp  H. H. Messenger  M. McAULEV -        Local flanager  REVELY'S  STABLE  l  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Vour wants for Livery or Team  Work will be attended to  by calling Phone Vi.  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market. ==  The V. V. & E. Railway Station Avill be in the  centre of the town.  Now is the time to get your lots, before the first  train conies up the valley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around town site.  The. 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,   Just a feAV  left!   Now is the time to double your money.  For Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  .1. J. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $ioo, $200  and $250 .  x, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  fl. fl. WRIGHT  BOOT &  SHOE  MAKER  HEDLEV, B.C.  LUMBER  &60'S  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  -ALSO���������  niK  PENTICTON LUMBER SYNDICATE  Have on hand a large stock of  FINISHED LUMBER  ALL KINDS  DIMENSION LUMBER  W TO 30 FEET  FENCE, POSTS, DRY G0RDW00D  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AN D  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers!  Teams furnished to do freighting,  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always, on hand.  transferring and  WHEN   ANSWERING   ADVERTISERS,   MENTION   THE    GAZETTE THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,   APRIL  20,    1906.  FAIRVIEW  NOTES.  Breezy   Budget from  the  Metropolis  of  the Southern Okanagan.  J. P. McCuddy has just completed a  stone cellar under his store.  Mrs. Lee presented Mr. Lee Avith a  new girl Saturday. Instead of four of  a kind beating a full 'house, it makes a  full one.  Misses Florence and Bessie Sinclair  came over from the S.iiiiilkaineen last  Sunday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lee.  Mr. A. D. McKeuzie, of Cliff ranch,  is slowly recoA'ering from a severe  attack-of.asthma. '  Mrs. R. Travis, of Clover Dell ranch,  returned'.from Halcyon Hot Springs,  where she has been for' the last six  months seeking relief from inflammatory rheumatism.  R. Russell, of the Fairview Corporation, is expected in any day.  W. Dalryinple and family are at  piesent.on��������� his��������� brother,Albert's ranch,  putting in the crop.  Messrs. Anderson and Logan, Deputy  Minister of Agriculture and Dairy Inspector, gave -afternoon and evening  lectures here on the 19th. Mr. Anderson illustrated his lecture on "Horticulture" in local orchards, when he...g'ive  practical explanation of the best methods of clearing, priming, etc., and  other matters i -el a ting to the care of  orchards. Mr. Logan pointed out  methods by which to obtain good  horses and cattle Avhen buying and  breeding. In the evening Mr. Anderson lectured on the advisability ,of.  forming a Farmers' Institute. Nothing  definite, however, was reached. .At  this session also Mr. Logan lectured  on the " Conservation of Moisture in  Soils."/  Messrs. J. T. Prather of White Lake,  and J. Matheson and W. Gillespie  from Okanagan Falls, attended both  meetings.  Mrs. E. Morris is confined to her bed  .with.muscular rheumatism.  ���������J. A. Campbell is back again  from  Loomis for a feAV weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of the Golden  Gate; gave a successful Easter Monday  dance.    .   .  Will  Make  HAfllAl/ is the supply point for the Nickel-Plate inoun-  HtylllUj 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  Similkameen  the new- mining district which has already beeii proven,''.by a  small amount of development Avork, tp be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....  ............ .$400 to $600  Other Streets.. .;   $200 to $400.  ....TERMS....  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed-  Coast-Kooteiiay Raihvay ;   and with' the advent of this road,  Avhich-is assured in  the near future,   it Avill  unquestionably"  become a large and important city, and toAvh lots will bring  big returns on hioney im-ested at the present time.    ��������� ���������-.-,  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  invest  Now.  Purchase a few L$ts before the Railway ���������@mes  For F"ull Particulars, Maps Etc.,  -AF������F*l->'   TO ���������  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,;  y, Ltd.  HEDLEY, B.C.  Out-winded Vesuvius.  The cartoonist of the Spokesman  Review shows Senator Tillman John  Alexander Dowie (the second Elijah)  and Mount Vesuvius all in eruption at  the same time. ..Now that, Vesuvius is  reported to have quieted doAvn while  Elijah is still roaring it would look as  if- the faithful shouldn't be too U-eadv  to lose faith-in him, even if he did get  squeezed a trifle in Wall street and  jarred loose from a Avacl of Zion City  collateral.  TRAVELLERS'DIRECTORY  Mails and Stacks in this Similkameen.  Boundary and Elsewhere.  Hedley and Penticton Route.  AVelby's St������gc, carrying mail andpasseiiKcrs,  leaves I'entioton for Hedley at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays. Thursdays and .Saturdays, arriving iti  Hedley at (5.30 o'elock saine days.  Returning, leaves Hedley for Penticton-at  7. a.m. on Mondays, AVedriesdays aiid Fridays/  Connecting each way. at Keremeos with  Rover's line for Boundary points.  Hedley and Princeton Route.  Revcly's Stage leaves Hedley for Princeton  at 7 a.m. on AVednesdaysandSaturdays.  Returning oh Thursdays;and Sundays.  Only the Wednesday and Thursday stages  carry mail.  To make good bread you  must have good flour. If  you want the best bread  you. must use the best  flour.  'W&k&WXy&iiWktt^  The Gran by Avill pay another dividend of 405,000 on May loth. These  are coming pretty regular iioav.  Vigorous development Avork is being  done on the Emma in Summit Camp;  A new $100,000 Co., called the  Hamilton Mining and Exploration Co.  has been formed in Spokane to Avork a  promising prospect near Greenwood.  Midway and Greenwood have two  mails a dnv now.  Real    estate    is  moving   briskhr  in  Anaconda. Six lots Ave re sold last  Aveek.  Dominion Copper Co. are enlarging  the Boundary Falls smelter. Active  mining is in progress on-many of their  properties.  The B. C. Copper Co. is to spend  $300,000 this summer on nvw machinery and equipment.  The Kettle River Valley .irrigated  Fruit Lands Co., Limited recently incorporated Avill work Avonders for the  A'alley from Rock Creek to Midway.  Midway is to have a big celebration  on Empire Day. A group of live committees are now at Avork preparing.  J. F. Royer has amalgamated his  Midway-Oi-oAnlle stage line Avith that  of J. G. Irving. It is understood that  Mr. Royer is still sole owner of the  Oroville-Keremeos portion of the route  between here and the Boundary  The irrigation Co. recently floated  by W. H. Norrisat Midway is likely  to prove one or the biggest things for  that section. Mr. Norris demonstrated Avhat could be done in fruit culture  in his own orchard and some 2000 acres  Avill shortly be planted' out. A portable saAV mill has just been brought in  to cut the lumber for the  flume.  V.'V. & E. contractors on the Midway end are paying.their- common laborers $2.50 a day, and cannot keep  their crews more than half manned at  this.  Have taken over froiir-Mri Geo.  Sproulc the Pioneer Carriage  and Repair Shops; and arc prepared to do all kinds of  Horseslroeina and  General  on shortest notice. Long experience and up-to-date appliances  ensure' satisfaction.  Opposite Great" Northern Hotel.  RATES MODERATE"'and'  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  If.:  x  x:  X"  UJ7 AVING   taken  the   management  of   this Avell   known  house we wish to announce to the public  that it will  be entirely renovated and remodelled with neAV and modern  improvements. Special attention will be paid the dining room.  The bar will be stocked with theyery best liquors and cigars.  I  M  Si  %  X,  *���������:���������  r  f:  Jv  M c D e r m o 11 ������������ M c A r t h u r, Proprietors    J  *"- $'7'  W������������AW**W**lAW4*l*W*,i*l*W*W������W*aAl*  When  Choosing  try'  a Hotel  TheG  x  ?  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  j?  X  I  s  ;  ;  X  X  ;  x  3  x  I  X  ������������������   "' '"' ===:-' X  9  PETERSON BROS. &. LIND     3  Proprietors X  X  X  X.  X-  X  X  X-  X  I  X  X  Xr  X  K  X"  X'  X  I  xr  x  *:  X-:  X  X  it.  X  $������������������  X  X-.:  *"'.'  X  X  X  X  X  Xr  x-  IS THE FINEST FLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  : FOR sale by:  SflftTFORDS; LIMITED  fledleij and Fairview  Cawsfon 8 Edmond  GEO. KIRBY, Hanager.  First  Class  in  Every  Respect.      Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.     Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Stage   Line.  KEREMEOS,  B. C  Northern  A NEW HOUSE CONTAINING MORE 1JED  ROOM ACCOMMODATION THAN ANY  OTHER IN TOAVN.  T A B L E AXD 15 A K  V I R S T - C t, A S S.  RATES     .MODERATE.  PURVEYORS  When   writing-    Advertisers,  Mention the Gazette."  Please  u  OF  >  (ft  ALL. KINDS  OF  2  0  111  Fresfi Mtais  ������  J  PI  a  RStti  H  E  >  AND f  Fruit  Cut Rates on Orders by; both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.,-,,  HfEDLEY^   -   -   -   B. C.  LlverUv Feed and Stage-  ESTABLISHED  1903  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  11  5.i  :0:  SjDecial Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  :0:  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.


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