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Array AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. III.        No. .15.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1907.  $2.00, 'in ..Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of  Branches  Paid up Capital, $10,000,000  Rest,        5,000,000  Total Assets, -  113,000,000  PROVINCIAL  LEGISLATURE  Fuller Text of Tilt Between  Macdonald and Shatford  MORE FIDS TO COVBR  UP FIRST  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  BANKING   BY   MAIL 85   c  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch  of the Bank. Accounts.^may be opened and deposits  made or Withdraws." by mail. Every attention is paid  to out-of-town accounts.  Penticton Branch, J. M. Christie,  Manager.  But Only Made Matters Worse���������His  Witness-bullying- Tricks Wouldn't  Work���������Macdonald Loses Prestige  from the Incident.  WILLIAM E. BURRITT  BARRISTER.   SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  ETC.  Offices:  iil Sdymb.iu* St.  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  CHARLES M. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders maij Be left at Gazette office.  nEDLEY,Y     :      :      :       B/G.  SERIOUS WRECK  ON  V. V. & E.  R  H. ROGERS,  M.A., U.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  HORACE F. EVANS  GEOLOGIST  (College of Liberal Aits)  Will report on geologic conditions in the  vicinity of Nickel Piute Mine, and Shnilka-  inocn country generally. : : Dependable  and disinterested reports furnished.  II K D L K Y.   B.C.  Grand Union  Hotel .  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  A  Work Train   Runs   Away on   Grade  From   Motson  and   Pile-up  Occurs at Oroville.  On Thursday-,, morning last the  worst wreck that has yet occurred on  the V. V. &'E. took place in the Oroville yard. A heavy work train loaded  with steel rails, ties and hridge timbers was hound for the end of the  track. On coining down the steep  grade from Molson this train got beyond control, owing to derangement  of the air brake connections which  prevented the application of any brake  control from the engine. The driver  on finding that the air connections  were cut started back over the train  to aid in applying the hand brakes,  but with the violent swaying of the  train from the tremendous momentum  attained he was thrown off and badly  injured.  It was unfortunate that he did not  tie down the whistle on his engine so  as to give warning in Oroville that a  runaway train was coining. Had he  done this a clear track would have  been left. As it was, the engine of  the track-layer was standing on the  main track in the station yard along  with some fiat cars, and on top of this  the runaway Avork train, which managed to keep the track piled up. The  engineer was off his engine cleaning  up, but as his own engine was   blow-  During the week, the member for  .Similkameen has had one'of the few  passages at arms which have occurred  between members on the opposing  sides in the present session. Mr. Shatford had occasion to meet the leader  of the Opposition, one of the keenest  in debate in the House. The member  for Similkameen had the satisfaction  of acquitting himself with credit and  putting to rout Mr. Macdonald, the  vaunted terror in the Opposition side  of the House.  The question involved was a personal  one, and dated from the last election  campaign when the leader of the Opposition had the bad taste to take advantage of the fact that Mr. .Shatford  had been called away from a session  of the legislature to go to California  to be present at what was at the time  expected to he the death bed of his  father to charge that this was hut a,  hoax, in'order that the- member for  Similkameen should avoid a. vote in  the legislature. It was but natural  that a man of the character of Mr.  Shatford should feel this very keenly.  He accordingly took the occasion to  dress the leader of the Opposition down  for his despicable act.  Mi-. Macdonald replied two days later  but the member for Similkameen did  not let his opponent take advantage of  any subterfuge, hut insisted upon the  question fairly before the members  and proving that the leader of the Opposition had been guilty of acting anything but fair towards the member  for Similkameen.  roads kept in repair to his farm, and  all the otlier advantages of civil government.   ��������� r.  In his own district Mr. Shatford said  the small farmers were weir satisfied  with the rate imposed, and knew that  the government would, if possible, reduce it still further.  He felt- satisfied that if a bill were  introduced into the legislature by the  government to exempt from taxation  small .farmers altogether there would  be opposition to it from the Liberals,  who would say the government ought  to give them a bonus (laughter.)  Mr, Shatford said that he well knew  what the small farmer had to contend  with and they had his deepest sympathy. He felt satisfied, however, that  the government would do the best fortius deserving class.  Mr. Shatford said he would have  liked to have seen more money appropriated iVn'his district. More money  was really required, but he felt that  he had been treated fairly and had  been given a, proportionate grant.  Next year he hoped that there would  be increased appropriations, and he  expected then proportionate increases  for Similkameen. There were roads  which ought to have been attended to  this,coining year but they would have  to stand over until next year.  It might be asked what development  was there in the Similkameen that  called for this increase in the appropriations for the district. He could inform the House that'-there was. Very  rapid development in his district. The  coast cities and the coast districts had  been fed by the interior in the past.  This was to be discontinued, for the  future. The member for Alberni had  been incorrectly informed as to the  mileage of roads in the Similkameen.  He would tell him that there was between 700 and 800 miles of road in the  district. Similkameen had not received more than it was entitled to.  As long as he was in the House, Mr.  Shatford said he hoped to receive a  square deal. '  He said he was glad to see the appropriation for an irrigation commission. He would suggest, however,  that the government instruct the commission to get information relative to  some of the great schemes which had  been carried out elsewhere on the continent. By so doing, a, comprehensive  report could be brought in.  COAL MINERS    :  STRIKE AGAIN  Men  Quit Work o in   Crow's  Nest Coal Mines.  WILL CRIPPLE SEASOn.WORK  For Many Industries���������The Mining and  Smelting Industries, and the Railways First to Feel Effect���������To Test  Lemieux   Act.  A.  MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer.   Heal  Kstato.  Mines  Crown    Grants   Applied    For  Under   Land   Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,   B.  C.  ing off steam he did not hear the approaching train until the collision occurred.  The fireman was in his cab, and  crushed under the wreckage. When  he was found it was seen that one of  the iron brace-rods under a flat car  was driven into his head which was  resting on a tie, and that he was still  living. The only way to release him  was to cut this rod with a hack saw;  which must have caused the victim  untold torture. He spoke after being  removed from the wreck, but died,  shortly afterwards.  Five men in all were injured of whom  it was expected that most would die.  A wrecking gang arrived on the.  scene next day and cleared away the  wreckage. Of the two engines in the  wreck one was practically demolished,  but the other was only slightly  injured.  On the Budget debate, Mr. Shatford  ,  M^S-h,l^������i?-1.8������i?a-in nf ������\ ^������l  ,,_      ���������,     ������ , ,, ���������      length in the.last session of parliament  in telling what Similkameen was capable of doing. He would not go into  that subject at any length now.    The  CASE NOT STRONG ENOUGH.  OLIVER & GLADDEN  -:o:  * Civil & Mining Engineers  -:o:-  Nichol,  Arrested for the  Zimmerman  Murder, Acquitted.  MINE:������ etr\dL  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Barnes, Prop.  Penticton, 13.0.  J. Nichol, who was held for several  weeks suspected of being implicated in  the Zimmerman murder case, and remanded several times, was up again  on Saturday last, when the evidence  provided to connect-srim with the case  was not deemed sufficiently strong by  the bench to warrant sending it up to  a higher court, and he was accordingly acquitted.  L. W. Shatford, M. P. P., has been  called east to the bedside of his father  at Hubbard's Cove, N. S. A telegram  was received stating that another  stroke of paralysis had occurred, and  that no hope of recovery from it was  held out by the attending physicians.  His other brothers, W. T., S. A. and  B. A., were also summoned and have  gone east with him.  and the Government was subjected to  a good deal of criticism by successive  speakers on the opposite side for the  large appropriations to the Similkameen district. It became necessary  for the member for the district towards  the close of the debate to put the  matter clearly. He showed splendid  powers of debate and attracted the  attention of the House to the district  which he represented.  Mr. Shatford congratulated the  Speaker upon attaining to the high  and honorable! position he has been  elected to fill. He also congratulated  the mover and seconder of the address  in reply to the speech of His Honor  the Lieutenant Governor.  Proceeding then to the public question, he pictured the situation in the  province when the first Conservative  government came into power. The  finances were in a wretched condition.  The credit of the province was gone.  The government of Premier McBride  had found the banks closed to them.  Now this had changed. The credit of  B. C. had been restored until it was  now second to no other province in the  Dominion of Canada.  Mr. Shatford said that there had  been a- lot of talk from the Opposition  side on the subject of reduction of taxation. It had been repeatedly urged  by the Liberals that the government  had not lived up to the promises given  before election. They had contended  that the Conservative candidates had  promised to reduce the taxation upon  small farmers if returned. He could  inform the House that no such promise was given by the Conservative  candidate in Similkameen.  Mr. Shatford said that when the  government found it necessary to increase taxation it avoided placing any  part of it on the working man. The  business interests were made to bear  the increased taxation. It was promised that as soon as possible the taxes  would be reduced. That promise has  been lived up to.  The small farmers in the country  were well satisfied with the conditions.  He paid probably not more than $6.00  a year in taxes and got a free school,  Continued on Vafrc Four.  ALL WHEELS ARE MOVING  Daly   Reduction Company's Works the  Scene of General Activity  This week sees things in full blast  around the above works in Hedley.  There is ample water to keep all  machines humming and a corresponding air of satisfaction is reflected in  the faces of manager and heads of departments.  The over-hauling which has been  given to different parts is having the  desired effect in smoothness and increased effiicieney.  A peep into the enlarged and re-arranged assay office affords a sample of  the improvements effected. The new  addition in which the samples are prepared, is laid out for much greater rapidity and accuracy. The floor is of  cement with iron sampling area in the  centre. Three grinders are at work,  the last of which leaves the sample  ground to almost impalpable fineness.  Not a speck of dust from this room  gets into either the furnace room or  chemical laboratories. The old bucking board, now obsolete, and other antiquated equipment used by Lamb is  ready to be donated to the metallurgical historical society when such an organization eventuates. The furnace  in the furnace room has been re-built  and can be regulated to a nicety. Ample muffle room is provided to do a-  large volume of work.  The capacity of the whole office has  been increased from about 30 or -iO  samples to 400 samples per day, and  the cost to secure this improvement  looks to be toifling in proportion to  the benefit derived.  Two assayers, Messrs Oake and Williams are busy on a big pile of samples.  During the year Mr. Ross intends  keeping the assay office going to its  full capacity, for he is determined to  know exactly what everything is  worth.  The long-dreaded misfortune has occurred, and news has come to hand  that work is almost suspended in the  coal camps of Alberta and the Crows  Nest in B.C.  No general strike has been called,  but the. nien have simply quit work.  By this way they expect to evade the  penalties provided for in the Lemieux  Act. The first official move that the  union made that could be construed as  meaning a declaration for a strike, or  the adoption of strike methods, has  been the posting up of the following  notice: "All miners, mine laborers  and other workmen are requested to  keep away from the coal mines in Alberta and the Crow's Nest Pass district-  in British Columbia. Dispute pending.  By order district executive board, U.  M. W. of A." -  This it is believed can be construed  into a recognition on the part of the  union that the steps already taken Inquiring work is virtually the existence  of strike conditions, and as such is a  violation of the Lemieux Act.  Smelter men and railway superintendents see in it the beginning of a  very serious state of affairs which will  cripple the season's work in the mining and smelting industries as well as  in freight haulage on the railways.  This last contingent means virtually  the exertion of a paralyzing effect upon  the.lumber industry and all others.  To us in the Similkameen it means  further delay in railway construction.  Had the V. V. <fc E. rushed matters  during the past year and a half and  had their tracks completed to Princeton they might now have the advantage of other coal supply for their  engines and not be depending wholly  upon the Crow's Nest mines.  V. V. & E. SURVEYORS DISBAND.  Engineer   Milliken's   Gang    Break   Up  Camp Last Week���������Public Unable  to Understand Import.  In last issue, reference was made to  a rumor that Milliken's gang of surveyors, who had been at work on the  V. V. & E. since last summer, had received orders to disband. This was  confirmed when on Friday uight the  gang appeared in Hedley on their way  out to Midway.  It is only a fortnight since Chief Engineer J. H. Kennedy was through,  and at that time there was no intimation of any probability of a move of  this kind ; for while it is generally understood that their work is completed  so far as location of the route from  Keremeos through Hedley to Princeton is concerned, it has also been understood that most of their work for  the past month or so has been that of  marking time until construction on  this portion of the route should begin,  when there would be abundance of  work for them in cross-sectioning, and  other engineering connected with construction.  The reason for the move is not apparent, and so far as known nothing  has been given out as to where they  will be sent after reaching Midway.  The whole circumstance certainly  doesn't look good to dwellers in the  upper Similkameen, some of whom interpret the move as indefinite postponement of construction.  During the the railway discussion in  the Commons in June, 1905, the representations made as to the time within  which the. Company would have the  road completed through the Similkameen, certainly gave no inkling as to  any probability of so little progress-  being made at this length of time, and  those who were led to make preparations as the result of the representations then made, have many of them  found to their cost that they had been  far too credulous. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   APRIL  25,    1907.  $be Mxzm Gazette  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  I gre.ssiveness still further. The-.out-.  | cry of these same men about godless  'schools did much  to. complicate -mat-:  iters   and   render   more   difficult   the  K-au-fi on Thursdays, by the Hi:in,i:v Gazktti: >  ��������� I'lu.vTtxis ANii.l'i-iti.isiiixc; Comi'a.vv.       ; sti.iitrlitcMing out     of   the    separate  Li.mitko.  at   Hedley.  HA'. ;        ,   ,s " l      school troubles in Ontario and  JYIn-ni-  Subscriptions in Advance  1'lv Vein-   Six Mouths...,.  i  Advertising Rate*  Measurement. 1- lines to the inch.  toba.    Whether the  fear of so-called  "^hki   "n<MmfSS schools" in   British Columbia  has had   auvtliing  to do  with   these  i     .       ���������.,".-  j petitions,   does   not appear.     But   if  . Land Notices��������� Certitleates of improvement, etc-, i  $7.00 fur (M-day notices, and ������5.00 for.'id-day -  notices. ' i  sordid material benefit  in , being  able  to attain positions now  but .of reach,  is solely the motive, it will  open   up a  wide subject of social  economics  that  Transient Advertisements���������nor,  exceeding one  inch. ������1.00 for one insertion. 25 cents for  ,   each subsequent insertion.   Over one inch,  10 cents ncr lino for lli-st insertion undo  cents nor line for each subsequent insertion. L, .... ,,  , ,,   ,      ,  Trai-sieiits payable in advance. j the petitioners would do well   to   keep  Contract "Advertisements-One inch per month, j j��������� .,, quiescent state,  for   manv   things  81.A3: over 1 inch and u|> to 1 inches, si.dO j. ' ��������� "  per inch per month. To constant advertisers ;        ti})g -t ���������    ,  ss   privilege's   might  taking larger space than   tour inches, on ; ' ������        .       ���������        ��������� ���������   .       ������ ������  appli'-Vition". rates \vill be fTiven of reduced j .........   ....  charges, based on size of space and length | ,"-���������..-  of time. j    Tlie existence of this clause  in   the  Advertisements will he chunked once every ,  mouth if advertiser desires, without any extra j [J. (J. school law   is   no evidence   that  charge. For changes ofteuer than once a .month i , "  the  price of composition  will be charged at j any  antagonism   per  se  towards  the  regular rates. I      *  Changes for contract advertisements should j clergy   exists;   tor, on    the. contrary,  be in the office by noon on Tuesday to secure . , . .       .       ~  attention for-that week's issue. } there is no other province m   the  Do-  i minion where a   warmer appreciation  of self sacrificing 'effort on' the part of  | the clergy is   to   be   found.    Here   we  I have seen men  like Father Pat.   and  I the Father Pats are  not  all dead, for  j there are still those with us  who have  ! been for more than a score of years in  ; advance of even the firing line:  but it  is pretty safe to say that very few  of  them are. among  the  clerical  strikers  in this instance..  A   MEGRAW,  Managing b'ditor.  Full Moon  2Sth  Last (| uar.  oth.  .1007  APRIL  n-st niiar.  ���������20th.  1907  Sun. Mon. lues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  .1  2  7  8  0  U  la  10  21  22  2H  28  29  HO  H  ���������1  .->  10  11  12  17  IS  10  2-!  25     20  in  connection  with  the   carrying   of j  American mail between Midway and |  Brydeville should have, the hearty en-'!  dorsation anil support Of every Cana-1  dian.    When the V. V. & E.  is coin-j  pleted to Hedley, and mail connection  Over it established  between  here and !  Boundary points (should  that event  occur  in the present generation) we  wouldn't expect to hear of a Canadian  postmaster-general refusing to pay for  the transportation of this  mail  over  the. portion of the route between Che-  paco anil Molson.     To do so would be.  to   act   as   ridiculously   unreasonable,  and unfair as the  U. S. department is  doing in this instance.  '.BANK 0F':;':';;  BRITISH nmUM AMERICA  NEW   PRESBYTER  AND   OLD    PRIEST.  (5  1H EDITORIAL COMMENTS  20  ���������'"7 I ������������������ Male and female" Macdonald, tin  1 leader of the Opposition at Victoria, is  making a rather inglorious affair of  that public career of his. In his home  town of Rossland, he has been under  interdict for some time, for using gross-  .  | ly insultim/ language  towards Judge  A number of petitions have been Forin, a good Liberal who was raised  presented to the Legislature bearing i to the bench by Sir Wilfrid; 'Judge  clerical names'as sponsors and asking j Forin demanded an apology before al-  thatprovinria! laws be amended so as lowing him,to plead before him again,  to remove present disabilities to the but Macdonald, who had relapsed into  cloth. Not having seen any of-the a dour Scotch sulk, or as a broad low-  petitions it does not appear what- par- lander would say, "had ta'en the gee,"  tieular acts are aimed at, but it is to hadn't enough of the. gentleman in his  be presumed that clause 100 of the make-up to make the "amende honor-  Public  Schools -Act  is one   of   them. I able," and failed 1o give the necessary  Some of the inner history of Lord  Aylmer's retirement is coming out,  and it now transpires that petticoat  influence' exerted a strong force to  bring about the fraiido Lord Aylmer  never, depended upon drawing-room  popularity for his advancement in the  service, and as petticoat rule is a power behind the- throne in the militia  department, the drawing-room has  been arrayed against him.  Capital���������$4,866,660.  HEAD OFFICIO IX CANADA,  H. STIICEMAN, General Manager  Reserve��������� $2,238,666.  -       MONTREAL  .1. KLMSLY, Supt. of Branches  BANKING BY MAI1���������Accounts of  parties  living at a distance receive bur  special attention. Deposits can be made through tho mail, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any ..imc.    A General Dunking Business Trans-  "--"���������-* -' '���������    ������������������-��������� "       ���������      i(i j  acted.   Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  Hedley Branch,       -   ., ���������'-       L.Q. riacHAFFIE, Manager  *CWe������e������SG������C������eO������Ci������0������368������^  The Lord's Day Act is proving distasteful even in the centres where it  originated: for in Toronto the. good  we find that an organization lias been  formed to oppose, and have it set aside.  NOTICE.  Biamaii*nm���������>*^r;msmmti^mmmintm*mmjjjjMf������  H0TE,L SIMILKAMEEN    fiEDL&y,  B. 6.    SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I shall apply  to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  "Works for permission to purchase Forty acres  (more or less) of mountain land, commencing:at  a post at the south-east corner of Lot 1!) S. and  marked " E. A. Lee's South West Corner,"  thence north 20 chains, thence east 20 chains,  thence south 20 chains, thence west 20 chains  to point'of comuioneemojif.  E. a: LEE.  Dated at Fairview, B.C., April 12th, 1007. ���������  1 (-!)  NOTICE:  *J0TK'1<: IS HEREBY GIVEN that. (iO days  ���������*���������' afterdate. 1 intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works for permission to purchase the following; described  land, situate 011 .the cast side of Okanagan  Lake, B. C: Commencing at the south cast  corner post of M. L. Cricliton's purchase land,  running thence south 20 chains, thence west NO  chains, thence north 20 chain*, thence east SO  chains to point of commencement, comprising  the north half of tlie south-west quarter of  Section 15. Township AS. and the north half of  the south-east quarter of ���������Section hi, Tp. 2S.  Dated April 12th. 1!!G7.  That-clause specifies  that  "no clergyman of any denomination shall be eligible for   the   position-of. superintendent, inspector,   teacher,   or trustee."  These petitions   then   must  bear   the.  interpretation that   ihe   clerical   petitioners aspire to some or  all   of  these  positions: but will it be   a  wise   thing  for the people of'this province to yield  to their demands and  permit  the   insertion of the thin edge of the   wedge  which may launch us upon a   troubled  sea of religious controversy in  connection with our schools?    Everything is  now smooth sailing,   and the  clause  which they want removed was  inserted   by   level-headed, far-seeing    men  who sought to shut out the very ills to  which these, mis-guided men now seek  most wantonly to expose us.     Canada  has hail trouble, enough in some of the  provinces as the result of clerical   interference in school matters, and British   Columbia does well to say beforehand to all would-be  religious  disturbers   be they protcstant or   papal    in  their beliefs, that they must not touch  our school system even with   a-forty-  foot pole.     Wo want no Sbarottis   in  British   Columbia   and one.   brand   of  him may accomplish as much harm as  another; for when good old .'John   Milton   said  "new   presbyter   is   but old  priest writ large"   be showed that the  Crouiwellinn zealot was but a  type  of  those   who    might   come   after,   and  they're coming.  There are several features in connection with the presentation of these  petitions that- are worthy of note.  One is the simultaneous receipt of  them at Victoria showing preconcerted action and the adoption of trades  union methods. Evidently the unknown Sbaietti in this connection has  been playing the role of walking delegate and organizer. Then the movement follows so closely upon that of  the Lord's Day Act that it would seem  that the. apathy which enabled them  to secure the passing of that Act has  apology.  After  waiting for severa  ] I     I.")-!'  B. E'. CRICHTON.  Notice of Forfeiture.  months to give the Judge time, to for- j  get it,. Macdonald again presented j  himself in  Judge Form's court to con- j ������������������ '������������������  ,i,w.f ., /..,<./.   i-mr i-lw.   Iiirlo-.. li.ifh,Yfm.    To Thomas Furquhar and any person or per-  duct a. case, but tlie .Judge mum t lot- j.      sons to wUom ))0 lliay lmvc. tmnsferred his  interests in the Maple Leaf and Long Shot  mineral claims, situated on Dividend  Mountain, in the Osoyoos Mining Division  of Yale District.  TtlE  LEADING  flOT&L  Of  THE  SIMILKAMEEN VALLEY  This house is new and strictly, first class  in every respect, being equipped with all  modern conveniences ���������electric light, telephone, baths, etc.      -.;  :       Rates moderate.  A. McDERMOTT,  Proprietor.  Jl  itten  and  refused to hear him until  1  the  apology was  forthcoming,    Mac-1  dona.ld tried to  explain   (his  long suit I YnU are hereby required to take notice that  1 ������ ' J have expended tor assessments and for  is explaining)  that the offence was in  connection with another case and did  not apply in this particular case, but  the. Judge said that the insult hadn't  to do with cases but individuals, and  Macdonald was the individual. Last  fall "Male and Female" came into the  Similkameen riding, and in a public  meeting at Fairview made a mean  ghoulish, attack upon L. \V. Shatford,  claiming that he had trumped up a  story to the effect that his father was  sick iu California as an excuse for  leaving the House to avoid the Columbia and Western vote.  recording certilicates of work done on the  above claims, the sum of three hundred and  forty-five dollars and fltty cents ($315.50), being  an expenditure necessary to enable me to hold  said claims, and you are hereby required to  contribute your share or proportion' of such  expenditure, together with nil costs of advertising. If yon fail or refuse to contribute such  amount, including advertising, within SKI days  from date of first- publication of this notice in  the Hedley Gazette, your interest will become  vested in me, your co-owner, under the provisions of the "Mineral Act and Amending Acts."  Dated this 20th day of April, l'.tO".  15-13 "W. .7. GARBUTT.  Notice of Forfeiture.  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 lirst  train  conies up  the  valley.  Choice 1, 2and 8 acre lots all around   town site.  fast.    Just a few  :��������� mo.'icv.'  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going  left.    Now is the time to double vo:;  For Full  Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  ���������J. .1. Armstrong. Manager  Town Lots  $100, $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terras Easy  nancaoBwx  To H. W. Yates and any person or persons to  whom he may have transferred hisintorests  in the Maid, of the Mist and War Cloud  mineral claims, situated at Camp Hedley,  iu the Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  Mr. Shatford I V'fT i,re hereby required to take notice that  1    I have expended for assessments and for  had   no  wish   to  avoid that vote and   recording certiiicau-s of  work done on the  j above claims, the sum ot two hundred and live  was  satisfied   with   the  government's \ dollars (S205|.  being; an expenditure necessary  i to enable me to  hold sum  claims, and you are  position   in the  matter,   as   were also   hereby required to contribute your share or  I proportion "1 such expenditure, together with  the  electors of  Similkameen,   but the , all cost of advertising.     If you fail or refuse to  1 contribute such amount, including advertising,  low-down   lie connected with the alio-' within ninety days from date of first publica-  '. tirin of this notice in the  Hedley Gazette, your  sion to his father's   illness   was  some- j interest   will become vested in me, your co-  [ owner,  under the provisions of the    Mineral  thing   that   he  couldn't  a I lord   to   let I -\ctand Amending Acts."  ,   ,     , , , .     !     Dated this '-'"th day of April. I!KI7.  pass and  be brought   the mattt'i- up 111 1  i  I  X  X  X .  X  X  %  X  X  ;  *  X  X  X  X  X  K  X  X  X  X  K  x  %  x  X  X  X  X  X  i  I  X      WHEN YOU HANKER FOR  Fresh Beef,  Cured Meats.  CALL UP PHONE No. S  AND TELL YOUR WANTS TO  Ho J. EMiD&m  IS IBratefeir  i     15-l.'l  .Lis. Fk.\si-:h Ca.mi'iiki,  Notice to Contractors.  the  House  where be had   Macdonald  face to faro.     That gentleman  again j  attempted to explain, and in his effort j  to  cover  up the original lie, and con-  ,,.,,,. .,   ,    ,���������    ,  ' ������ I OEALED TENDERS, superscribed  "Tender  tilllie his Hastiness at   the.   same   time, I ^       for Lock-up. Keremeos. B.C.." will be received by the undersigned up to I o clock, p.m.,  told several other lies that were- nailed j of Thursday. May 2nd, l!)07. for tho erection  1 and completion ot a three-cell lock-upand otllce  bv  Shatford   forthwith.     The   gentle- I at Keremeos,  in the SimilUameen   Electoral  I District, B. C.     Plans, specitications, contract  men to the left  of the  speaker   must I and forms of tender may be seen at the ofliee  of the undersigned or at the store of I'. Richter  feel   humiliated   when   thev   see   the   & Co., Keremeos. B.C.   Each proposal must be  accompanied bv cash, an accepted bank cheque  County Court of Yale.  calibre  of the  man they are asked to  follow.  From the manner in which the Canadian P. O. department has been conducted, and the convenience of the  public subordinated to the production  of revenue, it is not often that commendation is deserved from this part  of the country ; but nevertheless the  action of Postmaster-general Lemieux  emboldened them to   push   their   ag-1 in refusing to submit to the imposition  or certificate ot deposit on a chartered bank of  Canada-, made payable to the undersigned in  the sum of $100, which will be forfeited if the  party tendering decline to enter into contract-  when called upon to do so. The cash, cheques  or certilicates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the execution of the contract. The successful tenderer  will be required to furnish a bond himself  and two sureties, in the sum of S500 each, for  the due fulfilment of the work contracted for  to the satisfaction of the Honorable the Chief  Commissioner. Upon the execution of the  bond, the cash, cheque or certificate of deposit  above mentioned will be returned to the contractor. Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, and signed  with the actual signature of the tenderer. The  lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Dated Fairview, B.C., April flth, 11)07.  .7AS. R. BROWN,  11-2 Ass't. Com. of Lands & Works.  SITTINGS or the County Court of Yale will  ^ be held as follows, viz: At the Court  House. Princeton, B. C, on Friday. Anril 2fith,  li)07: and at Fraternity Hall. Medley, on Monday. April 2!lth. at II o'clock in the forenoon of  each day.    By command,  HUGH   HUNTER,  !)-td Registrar County Court.  I        Tenders Wanted.  'THE UNDERSIGNED will receive tenders  ! ���������*��������� up to April 27th for cleaning up and fenc-  ! iug the grounds at the new school-house; and  ; also digging ditch for the water pipe,  ! S. L..SMITH,  12-td Secy. School Hoard.  County Court of Yale.  i The News.���������No Pure Drug Cough  .��������� Cure Laws would be needed, if all the  j Cough Cures were like Dr. Shoop's  i Cough (hire is���������and has been for 20  ! years. The National law now requires ���������  i that if any  poisons enter into a cough  mixture, if must be printed on the  ; label or package. For this reason,  j mothers, and others, should insist on  I having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. No  I poison-marks on   Dr. Shoop's labels���������  and none in the medicine, else it must  t  A SITTING of the County Court of Vale will i by law be on the label. And it's not  ���������"��������� be held at "Fairview, B.C.. on Wednesday, j tm\y Kf,f(, hut it is said to he by those  the 1st day of May. 1!X)7, at, the hour ot 11 o clock , ...    ���������'. . i(. 1      ,. .,.,,1,, i.���������,,���������,,.L-.,i,i���������  in the forenoon.   By command, thai-know it Uest,  <i- tiul>  lemarkable  .IAS. K. BROWN, ' <'ol'gh remedy.     Lake no chance, par-  ll-td  Registrar County Court.  A limited number of lots in Richter's  townsite at Keremeos Centre are now  on the. market. Corner lots, $100; inside lots, $125. Terms. T. W. Coleman, Agent.  ticularly with your children. Insist  on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure.  Compare carefully the Dr. Shoo].) package with others and see. No poison  marks there ! You can always be. 011  the safe side by demanding Dr.Shoop's  Cough Cure. Simply refuse, to accept  anv other. Sold by JOHN LOVE,  1-Iedlev. THE   HJSDI.EV   GAZETTE,   APBUj 2Z,  1807.  <F  RIVELY' S  STABLE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Your wants for Livery or Team  Work will be attended to  by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.   REVELY, . Proprietor  Town and District.  CLAUDET & WYNNE  ASSAYERS  METALLURGISTS and  niNING  ENGINEERS  MINES and MILLS EXAMINED  SAMPLED axi) RETORTED ON.  Samples   by mail receive prompt  attention. Correspondence solicited.  PRINCETON  and   ROSSLAND  H. II. Claudkt, Assoc. Inst. M.M.,  Member Am. Inst. M.E., Rossi.and.  L. C Wynne, Assoc. Inst. M. M.,  Late Assayer LeRoi.      Pkinceton.  X  *:  I  *>:  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  *  x  X  K  x  K  K  *i  K  K  K  *  K  x  *������  H  K  K  *i  *������  HOTEL  HEDLEY  Under   New   Management  THIS BEST PROVIDED  IN KITCHEN AXD U.VIl  AND EYEBY CAKE  TAKEN' FOR THE COMFORT O.F P A T It O X S.  GIBBON   and  M c D O N..A L D  Proprietors  X  X  i  I  I  X  I  X  X  X  X  X  I  X  X  X  X  COAL  When buying your heater or range for winter  he sure and get a coal  . burner, to ensure comfort, and economy.   -  VERMILLION    FORKS-  MINING   C 0 ?l.P A N Y  W.  F.  Revklv,:  Agent.  COAL  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  .histoid, 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, Si'Rav Pumps,  Spraying Material, Ore en-  house Plants, Cut Floaveus.  We do business on our own  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.  BIDS WANTED  IMMEDIATELY  Bids are asked by the undersigned  for collecting logs in the Similkameen  river between Hedley and Keremeos,  and delivering them in boom at Keremeos. For further particulars n-pply  to  S. L. SMITH  14 For Hedley Lumhek-Co.  Messrs Jas. D. Brass and E. D. Boeing drove to Keremeos on Sunday.  Miss Edith Briidshaw spent a few  days in town last week, returning  home on Saturday.  The. flag of St. George was floating  from the Hag-staff of the Hotel Similkameen on Tuesday, St. George's  Day:' - - '������������������-.. .     ,.",',..  The. Princeton Star has located  Camp McKinney in the lower Similkameen.  Mrs. Milliken, who has been with  her husband all winter accompanied  him out with the. survey gang on  Saturday. ,  Hugh Finnegan came over from the  Boundary, last week reaching7 Hedley  on Monday. He spent the-winter' at  Grand,Forks. s - '������������������-,-  W. Mclntyre- and his wife left for  Phoenix on Monday, going out by way  of Oroville. Mr. Mclntyre is very  much improved in health.  D. McPhail has made good progress  in convalescence, during the past fortnight, and his friends hope to see hiin  gain right along,!'rom this out.  An interesting ^series of articles is  being contributed by II. F. Evans to  the'Minhig World on the geology of  this portion of B. C. and Northern  Washington.  Mri Williams, from the Hall Mines  smelter at Nelson, has been added to  the staff of the Dalv Reduction Co.  and has entered on his duties tit the  assay office here.     ' .  George Cawston returned from  Seattle last week. While in that city  he met Mr. M. K. Rodgers, who inquired kindly after Hedley friends and  sent his regards.  Mr. C. A. Stoess, C. E. is busy running levels and preparing plans for  the Keremeos Land Company's big irrigation ditch from Ashnola creek to  supply water for their lands at Keremeos.  The new steamer Okanagan was  launched oil Tuesday of last week and  was christened by Mrs Gore of Nelson.  The steamer niade'a trial trip to Penticton on Monday, under the command  of Ca.pt.- Gore.  The upper basin of Twenty mile is  beginning to let go a little of its supply of the beautiful. At all events  the creek -made an appreciable gain  last week. Water flowed over the dam  on Sunday night for the first time.  Before that the flume was able to take  all that was coming.  While the Aveather for the past fort-  seemed very pleasant, it  below the corresponding days of hist year. The.  week ending Saturday 20th gave a.  mean average of -13.-12 and the corre  sponding week of last year showed the  menu average to be. 53.42.  The work done on the road at  Brushy bottom Avill be- completed tonight. Whenever the water gets  high enough to cause backing up  from the river, the old road at Brushy  bottom was a pit that had no bottom,  brushy or any other kind. The road  has been changed so as to keep the  gravel bank all around this basin.  Different fishing parties that have  been out state that there are abundance of trout in Twenty mile creek  but that as a rule they are very small,  and it is difficult to keep within the requirements of the law which forbids  catching any under six inches in  length. One party states that for  every fish he could catch over six  inches in length, ho had to throwback  two or three that were under six."  Many of the residents of the Similkameen Avill learn with regret of the i  death of Miss Mamie Corrigan who j  some three years ago visited her uncle '  .1. W. AVirth in Hedley, and her aunt  Mrs. Daly in Keremeos. She had a  severe attack of lagrippe at Hope, and  this later developed into acute rheumatism and rheumatic fever. She was  taken to Mission City by Dr. Stuart iu  the hope that the change might be  beneficial, but she died two days after  her arrival there. She leaves a heartbroken father, five brothers and one  sister to mourn her untimely demise.  A young fellow from Anarchist  mountain stole a horse near Oroville  and rode up to Kelowna where he sold  him. When he got back to Washington they nabbed him. He then made  the cold-blooded proposition that if  they Avould give him four days he  Avould bring the horse back. He then  proceeded to Kelowna to steal the  horse from the man to Avhom he had  sold him, and did so; but he only got  back as far as Penticton with the  horse when constable Tooth took him  in tow. His chance is particulurly  good for being a guest of the province  for some time to come.  ������������������ A ineiiting of the Hedley Rifle Association will be held in Hairsitio's billiard parlor-; to-morrow (Friday) ev'g.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The .following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending April. 20th,:  AT THE MINE.  Apr 14  15  10  17  18v  19  20  Average maximum 'temperature 50.57  Average, minimum.'       do 19.42  Mean temperature 3-1.99  Snowfall for the Aveek    1.      inches  COKItKSl'ONDINO ''WEEK OK LAST YEAH  Highest maximum temperature 65  good-wearing  Maximum  Minimum  04        .  34  52  ���������>2  44  20  42  .            18.  ���������' 42       --.  15  52  ."���������          15  "',.   58,-     .  12  "!'. A comfortable,' easy,  .    Shoe means satisfaction to the wearer.  !I That's what you get when you buy   ' ''  '.���������    ���������  ___..: ���������;the   .���������~-~������������������'���������~   "    '  "WALK-OVER."  Average, maximum          do         53.85  Lowest  minimum             do     .���������   25.  ���������Average  minimum           do         33.42  Mean  ������������������ do         43.63  AT THE  MILL.  'Maximum        Minimum  April  ������������������.:        61       ..        30  15.   65        .;���������        36  10  .   ..���������-      54 ...:..-.        27  17  ..,        51        .-.         21 .,  ������������������'" ,  18  "   ;.   .     51    " .;;    '  24 ":'-  19  60      '-..'        25  20 .  -....,' OS:       ...'..,. '" 32 .'...'..  Average.  maximum temperature 5S.57  Average .minimum,'-       do         28.2S  Mean  do         43.42  Snowfall for,Aveek    .0   ins.,- rain .01  COHRESrONDlXG. AVKKIC OF-LAST. YEAU  Highest  maximum temperature 82  "The  Perfect*  Shoe  for  ���������    '   ���������     '    ~--Kv     '     ' '   ,   .  Men  and  Women."  Average do do 06.57  Lowest minimum do 32.  Average do do 40.28  Mean :do 53.42  died.        :������������������'-,���������  CORRIGAN���������At Mission City, B. C. on April  lfith 1IJ07,  Mary. Lena  Corrigan  of Hope.  B. C, aged 111 yeais. 11 months and II days.  N OTIC E  now added'  night has  still figures out away  TVTOTIGE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, 30 days  V*���������-. after date. I intend to apply to the Honorable, the .Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for special licenses to, cut and carry  away timber from the following described land  in the Similkameen land recording division of  Vale District: '  No. 1.���������Commencing at a post placed about  three miles north east of Lot No. 80S, in said  district; thence west SO chains, thence north SO  chains, thence cast SO chains, thence south SO  chains to point of commencement.  .1. K. Rom.vsox,  Agent for IT. l\ Nelson.  No.:.'.���������Commencing at the south e;ist iinglc  of parcel No. 1: thence north SO chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence Eolith SO chains, thence  west SO chains to point of commencement.  .1. K. Rom.vsox.  Agent for W. T. Shatford.  No. 3.���������Commencing at the south cast angle  of parcel No. 1; thence east SO chains, tlience  south SO chains, thence west SO chains, tlience  north 80 chains to point of commencement.  .1. IC. Romxsox.  Agent for L. W. Shatford.  No. -I.���������Commencing at the south east angle  of parcel No. 1:  thence south 80 chains, thence  west SO chains, thence north SO chains, thence  east SO chains to point of commencement.  .1. K. ROMNSOX.  Agent for R. 15. White.  No.;").���������Commencing at a post planted about  one half mile wist of the north cast angle of  said Lot No. SoS: thence cast SO chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence west SO chains, thence  south 80 chains to point of commencement.  .1. K. Rontxso.v.  Agent for F. H. French.  No. ({.���������Commencing ata post placed at about  the centre of the northern boundary of parcel  No. n; thence north SO chains, thence cast SO  chains, tlience south 80 chains, thence west SO  chains to point of commencement.  .!. K. ROBINSON.  Dated April lilthi 1!K)7. lo-o  UKi SHOE BUSINESS has  been steadily growing since we  commenced to sell ''Walk-  Overs " for men, and we have  a few lines of Women's  " Walk-.  ::V       OVERS." ::   :      :: ::  Our   Spiring  Stock  Has Just,  SHATFORDS LIMITED  Stores at FAIRVIEW and HEDLEY  ���������������������������^������������������-���������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-  ���������  t  ���������  ���������  ���������  X  X  ���������  ���������  x  ���������  ���������  !  ���������  t  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  * + ft * X  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <������i> REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  &venjt,liiiuj New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choieest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Tahle.  THE  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  K  K  *������  K  x  K  x  K  x  %  I  X  K  x  X  X'  X  X  X  X  X  X  K  X  X  K  X  K  Great Northern  Hotel  frl nee-ton  Is noted over the entire district for excellence-of-"both table  :   :   -.   -.      and bar.       : '������������������   :   :  All the wants of the travelling  public   carefully   attended   to.  *������WW������H*������to**^**������*W*������tW%WMW&  %  @  @  m  m  ������  m  m  WE have just received our .Spring  samples of special ordered suitings. M We can give you just what  you want to suit- the hot weather and  dust of this country, in a nice light or  medium Dark Grey All-wool Flannel,  Fancy Grey Worsted, Scotch Tweeds,  Blue and Black Serge suitings ��������� we  can give you a nice suit for $25.00.  GUARANTEED TAILOR - MADE.  If Call and inspect our samples  at the Men's Furnishings Stoue !  R. G. SHIER. - The Clothier  ������  m  ������. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   APRIL 25,   1907.  PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE  Coiil'i'nued from I'age One  entire valley of tile Similkanieen together with the southern Okanagan  was well adapted for fruit giowing.  Peaches, grapes and ahuonds were  readily grown, as well as the hardier  apple, of which Price Ellison had given  an example. If the Premier would hut  ' call a summer session he (Mr. Shatford)  would show the nn'inhers the peaches,  grapes. ������.vc, which Siinillvameen could  produce, similar to the way iu which  Air. Ellison had exhibited apples." lie  would, moreover, have a supply sufficient tn go round tlie members.  Tliere were thousands* of acres of the  best fruit lands in America in the Sim-  illcameen. Settlers from the colder j  parts, as Manitoba, anxious to get  away from the rigorous winters, were,  anxious to come in and enjoy the cli- [  , mate of his district which was not surpassed anywhere else in-Anierica. The  land was .capable from its richness* to  produce practically anything.  In tho past, the holding of large  blocks here, interfered with settlement.  This was how being overcome. Companies-had bought out some of these  large holdings and had -subdivided  them and thousands would be able to  make homes on the lands ���������formerly  held by a few.  He lioped to see thousands of contented people living in these valleys  producing fruit for a market which  was unlimited, the Northwest.  Transportation facilities had -been  lacking, but he was glad to be able to  inform the House that these facilities  were soon coming. He. did not pretend  that Siinilkameen was the only district  where fruit could be grown in the  province. Nowhere else could it be  produced of belter' quality and with  better  returns.  PROPERTY  Is A  Good,  Safe   Investment  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  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Simiikameen  the new mining district which has already been proven, by a  small amount of development workj to be one of the richest  gold, cop2)er and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed'  Coast-Kootenay Railway :   and with the advent of this road,-  which is assured in  the  near future,  it will unquestionably  become a large and important city, and town lots,-"will bring  big returns on money invested at the present time. ',���������>  Ba&fflniiiM immmammamammmmBummmmmm  Scott Ave. (main st.)   $400 to $600  Other Streets...         ........... $200 to $400.  .... 1 trlv^'*^....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate 'of 6 per cent.  ,Mr. Shatford suggested that it might  be wise to change the fiscal year so  that it would close with the end of  April. If that were done the expenditure'on roads could he made to better  advantage.   '  1 But Similkameen was not a fruit  growing district alone, he said. Some  of the best mines of America were in  his district. Owing to, the lack of railway facilities in the past, the industry  could not be developed as could have  been hoped for, A line of railway was  now being built which would allow  , some .of the mines being developed.  The province, would soon hear from  the district as a producer of coal, copper and other minerals, in proportions  which would make the district famous  as a mining one. -     '  Mr. Shatford expressed satisfaction  with the appropriation for the prevention of forest fires. He thought this  was a necessary step to take.  Before closing, the member for Sim-  ilka meeh said he had a personal matter which he would trouble the House  with. He would have, taken this up  earlier in the session but the leader of  the Liberal-Socialist party was not  present. He. had explained his absence  on account of being sick. He hoped  he had fully recovered now.  The leader of, the Opposition had,  during the campaign, made a statement on the public platform that he  *( Mr. Shatford) had dodged the vote on  the Columbia and Western bill. Mr.  Shatford said he had not been present  at the meeting but he was credibly informed that the member for Rossland  had said that he, Mr. Shatford, had  manufactured a story that his father  was sick in order to avoid the vote on  this  bill.  He would tell the leader of the Opposition now that this statement was  not true. He was surprised that a  man whom he had considered above  making use of such tactics should have  tried by the means which the member  for Rossland adopted to have misled  the people of Similkanieen.  That the attempt had not succeeded  was proved by the fact that he ( Mr.  Shatford) had obtained a larger majority at the elections than  the  member  For Those Who  Invest Now  ���������    '       i ,. " '���������      ,  ��������� ,     <>   . ,  . . ;   ��������� ���������      -,        - * ���������   '  Purchase a few lots before the Railway Comes^^-  ������  "Ror F"ull Particulars, Maps Ete.,  ��������� M*H������F,*U*V   TO ���������  The Hedley City Townsite Go':  L. W. SHATFORD, = = WPHI   PV  Secretary and flanager, llL^M-JL^L^l^  FOR SALE.  OWING to selling his farm, the undersigned  otters for sale the following Horses, Cattle  and Farm Implements at a little over half cost;  Terms cash or approved notes:������������������  HOUSES.  Thoroughbred Hackney Stallion, "SENTINEL"  (This horse was brought from Kngland  by Colonel Dent, of the British Army,  and is especially recommended by him.)  II* Work Horses, 1100 to 1300 lbs., from ������100 to  ������150 each.  12 Saddle Horses, $25 to ������100 each.  20 Yearlings and 2-year-olds. ������10 to ������75 each.  "S" brand of range hoi-ses. of-which there arc  about HO on the range, ������150.  CATTLE.  Thoroughbred  Jersey  Bull,   "THUNDERER"  .Aged 5 years.   (The mother of this bull  took first prize at the Toronto Exhibition.)       $100.00.  75 Head of domestic cattle���������of these, thirty are  gentle milch cows and 21 are fresh calved���������  $20 to ������75 each.  swine axd rocr/mv.  Thoroughbred Berkshire Boar, "Bob-O-Link"  If) Berkshire sows -weighing about 300lbs. en.. &  50 head of shoats, 12J- cents, live weight.  Turkeys, Toulouse Geese.  Pckin Ducks, and  Chickens.  1IAV AND GRAIN.  20 tons Baled Timothy hay "'  Try  .vwwvvm.  Vidoria  Gross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  NOTICE.  for Rossland got.  Mr. Macdonald, later in the debate,  undertook to reply to Mr. Shatford by  offering an explanation of the incident.  He said that Mr. Shatford had come  to him with a telegram and asked for  a pair. He had complied with the request because it was represented that  Mr. Shatford's father was dying. Another member on the Government side  had told him that Mr. Shatford went  away simply to dodge the vote on the  Columbia ������.v, Western bill.  Mr. Shatford, as soon as the leader  of the Opposition closed his speech,  was on his feet. He wanted Mr. M.-c-  donuld to name the member who told  him that he ( Mr. Shatford ) had gone  away to dodge a vote. He challenged  Mr. Macdonald to name any member  who had said such a thing.  Mr. Macdonald failed to make good  and allowed the question to remain  unansweied.  The member for Similkameen denied  that he ever showed Mr. Macdonald a  telegram.  Mr. Macdonald then tried in a lawyer's fashion to overawe his opponent.  He asked Mr. Shatford if he denied  that he had shown him a telegram  when he asked him for a, pair.  Mr. Shatford quickly returned the  answer that he never showed the leader of the Opposition a telegram, and  further he added that he did not ask  the leader of the Opposition for a pair.  He asked the Liberal whip, Dr. King,  for  it.  Beaten on one point, Mr. Macdonald  tried another turn. He wanted to  know if Mi*. Shatford denied that he  asked him (Mr. Macdonald) for a, pair.  Mr. Shatford said he never asked  Mr. Macdonald for a pair, and the  question was allowed to drop, the  leader of the Opposition having derived little satisfaction in attempting  to reply to Mr. Shatford.  20 "        "      wheat hay  50 " Loose wheat hay, in stack  ���������M " Oats  20 " Chopped oats and barley  7 " Wheat, fall and spring  10 " Bald barley  *l " Kail rye  Market  Prices.  IMI'I.EMENTS.  1 32-inch cylinder threshing machine and 10-  horse sweep power, cost ������1000, sell for SHOO.  1 Dederick hay baler, cost SC00, sell for ������100.  1 12-horse portable engine and boiler, ������500.  1 H0-horse semi-portable J. I. C. boiler, ������.'100.  1 22-inch turbine water wheel, ������300.  1 Self feed cross-cut saw rig, ������150.  1 Sharpless cream separator, new, ������S0.  1 Hahcock milk tester, cost ������18, now, ������10.  1 Champion 11-inch plates grain grinder mid  elevator,  ������150.  1 Manure spreader, cost ������200. new. ������150.  2 (i-ft. AloCormick Binders, each ������100.  I (i-ft. iWussey Harris binder, ������75.  3 Mowing machines. ������20, ������10 and ������00.  1 Hay i-ake, ������10. I hay rake, 2-horse. ������35.  5 Wagons, from ������10 to ������100 each.  2 3-disc wheel plows, ������75 each.  1 2-furrow Cussidy sulky plow. ������50.  2 .Single sulky plows, ������25 each.  5 Walking plows, ������0 to ������30 each.  2 ll-disc Hoosier drill. $70.  1 1 l-disc Thomas drill, ������70.  2 1-horse Acme harrows, now, ������35 each.  3 3-section reversible tooth harrows. ������20 each.  1 Boss IBJ-ft. harrow, $8.  1 Manns bone cutter. ������20.  I Great Western steam heater. ������25.  1 Turnip pulper and slieer, ������20.  1 Cultivator, 8-foot, changeable teeth. ������45.  Incubators,   Brooders,   Garden Tools, Sleighs,  Huggy, Hack, Sec.  11-1 R. G. SIDLEY. Sidley P.O.  SIXTY DAYS after date I intend to apply to  the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and  AVorks for permission to purchase forty acres  (more or less) of land in Tp. 54 as follows .*  Bounded on the east by Lot 1981 Group 1; on  the north by Lot 30111 Group 1; and on tho south  west by Lot 2050 Group 1. Lot 21 s and Lot 20S,-  rcquired for reservoir site.  Dated at Fairview B. C, this 5th day of April  A. D. 1907.  13-9 RICHARD H. PARKINSON  Agent for the Stem winder Gold &  Coal Mining Co. Ltd.  The Commercial Hotel  |     r- ��������� ���������,     8  X  I i lit* i .tinuiit������i'(:ijf i  nnTKi g  I  I  I  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING    MEN. *5  M  TABLE and BAR FIRST-CLASS. 5  RATES MODERATE. X  Hedley,   B. C.  I  X  X  X  3  x' ��������� 3i  ������������������������?������^������^������ets������ei?i?ieimr0ie������^i-������������e*^  Frank  B. McArthur,   -   -   Manager  NOTICE.  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 bank of tho Similkameen river. Starting  from the S. 10. corner of lot 21(Ki, 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. E. BAILEY.  Dated March lSth, '07. 10-18  THE   MINING   WORLD  and   THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE  for ONE YEAR for $3.00.  Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, flanager.  First Class in Every  liespect.     Commercial   and  Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Siinillvameen Valleys.     Post House on Penticton -  Princeton   Stage  Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  NOTICE.  VrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' that. 00 days  -1' after date. I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lnnds and Works for permission to purchase the following described land,  situate on tho west fork of Ashnola River and  about six miles from the Indian Reserve No. 10  and tho forks of Ashnola River in the Similkameen Division of Yale District, commencing at  a postmarked "N. B. Ewart'shind, N. W. corner," and plnntcd on tho north side of tho west  branch of the Ashnola River, thence oast 80  chains, thence south 20 chains, thence west 80  chains, thence north 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 100 acres more or less.  NIGEL B. EWART.  Keremeos, B. (.'.. April <)th, UK)7. U-I)  Catarr  To prove unquestionably, and beyond any doubt,  that Catarrh of tl'.e nose and throat c-im I.-o cured.  I uin furnishing patients through druggl-"..-. xniull  fruo Trial boxes of Dr. Slump's ('uinrrli I'lin.!.  I do Oils because 111 in so certain, Hint Dr. :-l:o ,:>'s  Catarrh Cure will bring actual siilj.stiiiiti.il ln-ln.  Nothing certainly, is so convincing us a j-lr.-*'������������������ 1  lest of un.V article of real, genuine merit. ):���������*��������� *'���������: t  article must possess true merit, else this i--.������i -.vi.l  condemn, rather than advance it. Dr. .S*������ .-���������������������������'$  Catarrh Cure is a snow white, henling ai--:-:.-i.-.ic  balm, put up in beautiful nickel capped j,\ ;..-.���������* 'm.'s  it 50c. Such soothing,agents as Oil Kuculy- u-s,  Thymol, Menthol, etc., are in corpora tod into a  velvety, creiun like Petrolatum, imported by Dr.  Shoop from Kuropo. If Cat-irrh of the nose and  throat has extended to the. stomach, then by all'  meansnlsousc-internally, Dr. Shoop's Restorative.  Stomach distress, 11 lack of general strength,  Wonting, belching, biliousness, bad taste, etc.  jui-ely call for Dr. Shoop's Restorative.  Kor uncomplicated catarrh only of the nose and  throat nothing else, however, need be used but  Dr. Shoop's  Catarrh Cure  JOHN LOVE.  Richter's townsite at Keremeos  Centre is now on the market. Good  openings for all kinds of husiness. T.  W. Coleman, Agent.  When   writing    Advertisers,  Mention the Gazette.  Please  PENTICTON LIVERY  FEED and STAGE STABLE  From March 1st, 1907, W. E. Welhy's Stage will have  connection with the Great Northern Railway at Oroville.  Leave Hedley at 0.30 a.  "    Keremeos 11.30 11.  "    White Lake 2.00 p.  "   Fairview  ;....4.<)0p  Arrive at Oroville 0.00 p  111.  in.  111.  in.  111.  Return Tuesdays and Saturdays.  Leave Oroville at   "     Fairview   Arrive at Hedley....  .5.80 ������.  8.00 a.  m.  in.  .(5.30 p. 111  Fare from Hedley to Oroville $8.00  Fare from Hedley to Fairview $0.00  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor  A beautiful drive over the best of roads.       Express  Fast Stock and  tho best of Drivers.      Express  cent's  per  cents  per  lb.  lb.  to   Oroville.  to Fair view.  IL

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