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GOOD PROGRESS  ON GOLDEN ZONE.  ���������i    The   Miners are Making a   Record in  Sinking���������Ledge Continues Strong  w.  H. T.  GAHAN   '*  Barrister,  Solicitor,     , . . ���������  Notary Public, Etc.  -   ������������������������������������             ���������                     ���������  ��������� -  * t  MUKK  Block  PENTICTON,  -      -      B.C.  J. W. EDMONDS  Insurance and'  General Agent  Agent for Tii'k Ghkat West Likk In-  8UBANCE Company. ,  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  JflS. GLftRKE  Watch m aker  HED-LEY.B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  Word-' brought down from the  Golden Zone on Saturday last, stated  ���������that the shaft had reached' a depth of  90 feet and the ore was stronger than  ever. ' The dip of the dike is taking it  out of the shaft and consequently a  greater portion of the shaft is in ore,  which appears to be s getting -more  heavily mineralized all the time.  A marked evidence "of the. improvement may be seen from the fact that  some of the miners are applying for  stock in lieu of cash for their wages.  Men who' work in a property day by-  day and are thus able to see tlie way  in which the ore body is behaving are  in a much better position to judge intelligently of'the merits of a mining  stock than those who'are living at a  distance. The Golden Zone has the  ear-marks- of- a winner and that  accounts for the miners' showing a  inclination to get in on it.'  SERIOUS ACCIDENT  H. Zibler Receives Severe Injuries Falling  Down a Bank.  TO BE THE "IVORY CITY."  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L   BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  .PHOENIX TIGHTENS UP  Rigid Sunday By-Law Goes Into Force���������  '       Also Cuts off Groggeries '  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Kates Moderate.  A. Bakxes, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  Grand Union  ���������Hnfel", ;.' !���������;-!./ /'���������  HEDLEY, B.C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  Phoenix, B. C, April 15.���������Last Sunday-was the second since-the law closing all bars took effect. The law was  carried out to the letter; not an infraction of the law was' a ttempted at  any of the fifteen hotels, notwithstanding the fact that Saturday was  payday at the mines, and. some $50,.  000 was moving through miner's  hands.  There was a time, when gambling  was a popular pastime in Phoenix;  this has been permanently stamped  oirt, and now the sale of liquor is being curtailed. At a meeting of the  city council to-night a bylaw requiring all hotels to have thirty rooms for  the accommodation of. guests, or pay  an extra! licence fee of $3,00, will receive its first reading. .*...'  "This will practically  mean that 50  I per cent: of the saloons in the city will  go out of. business this summer. At  present only three of the fiftee'n'hotels  have, the required number of rooms.  The present city council is carrying  in to effect several drastic-measures' towards moral reform,   '������������������"   -  On Sunday morning last H.  Zibler,  shoemaker,    met with a serious   accident   that   may   tax   his    reserve  strength to its  fullest extent to  pull  him through at his advanced age of  73 years.   After breakfast   he started  out albnefor his usual Sunday morning  stroll going out across Pinto flat.   -He  evidently intended taking his walk up  tlie   Princeton   road,   and  as many  others   'have   done,  followed an  old  trail which leads down a steep  bank  this   side of Whillans' ranch.     The  trail down the bank may have  been  safe enough at one time, but since the  grade for the  wagon  road down   the  hill cut across it, a sharp tin n is made  in it to angle down the bank at a   run  in order to reach the road.   It appears  that a stone which he stepped  on  to  check his pace down the declivity gave  away with him and precipitated him  down the bank on to the   road  where  he lay for an hour or so before being  found, and while  lying there had got  chilled,' for. he was in the shade of the  bank where the morning or forenoon  sun couldn't reach hiih.  While there was no-marked evidence  of it Dr. Whillans feared at first that  it"bone was broken in the hip. The  old gentleman has been in Hedley .for  about a year and is well-liked by all  who knew him. It is hoped thatVhis  injuries may not he as bad, as they  were at first thought to be, and that  he .may make a speedy recovery.  Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition adopt  a Color Restful to the Eye.  JOE MARTIN THE MAN  His  Candidature   in Stratford-on-A von  Definitely Announced.  Seattle, Washington, April 18.��������� Because nowhere on the grounds is there  the glare of whitei only the soft,  mellow tone of old ivory,.the Alaska-  Yukon-Pacific Exposition which opens  in Seattle on June 1st, has come to : be  known generally throughout the  Northwest as the "Ivory City."  .���������Chicago had its "White City" and a  magnificient sight it was, but blurred  vision and bursting headaches were  the price of gazing too long upon it.  Every other exposition since the Columbian Fair has made white its'color,  with the same painful results. Probably the A. Y. P. would have made  the same mistake, had it not been for  the fact that many of its structures  were constructed of reinforced concrete and pressed brick. The brick in  which all of these permanent buildings  are finished are of the tint of old ivory  and, sinceeverythingat thefair is otherwise in accord, it would not have done  to have finished the many plaster staff  structures in white. ,  Recently every building on the  grounds was given its final coat of  color and.the practically completed  exposition city presents a beautiful  picture. The old ivory blends perfectly with the natural background of fir-  forest, into which the exposition is  builded and one 'may wander the  length and breadth of the grounds on  the brightest day, without a thought  of smoked glasses.  CANADA'S CROWNING GLORY  BURRELL CORRECTS HIM  Fruit Superintendent Taken to Task for  Incorrect Statement.  Ottawa. April If.���������At the meeting  of.the agricultural committee of the  commons this '.morning' Mr Martin.  Burrell objected to a statement voiced  by Mr. McNeill, superintendent of'the  fruit division department, that Americans were better- packer's of fruit than  Canadians. <  Mr. Burrell said it was in the interests of American shippers to say this  legal ding .Canadians, but it was not  the case. He complained that America n fruit was coming "into this "country, particularly into the praiiie provinces, which.was not marked according to the demands of t'hd Fruit Marks  act. Ho wanted the same stringent laws  imposed upon Canadians' to he lived  up to by thcgroweis on the other  side. '' '  Mr. McNeill said he hoped to see  the act strictly -enforced, and also  stated that during the yeai there had  been a general .improvement in the  quality and" packing of fruit. He  spoke approvingly of the work done  by the co-operative societies, their  organization in many oa-cs resulting  in a better observance of the law-, respecting packing.  A A. F. & A. M.  ���������"^raV"       REGULAR monthly meetings of  /^/\    Hedley Lodge No. 43, A. F. & A. M:,  are held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  WHAT IS THE ISSUE'?;*  ARTHUR CLARE  W. M.  H. D. BARNES, .'.-  Secretary  Henry's Nurseries  For tho  SPRING TRADE  Tested stock, seeds for farm, garden  or conservatory, from best growers in-  England, Holland, Franco, United,  States and Canada. -        -  HOME  GROWN  FRUIT   AND  ORNAMENTAL  TREES  SMALL   FRUITS.  Fertilizers, Boo Supplies, Spray  Pumps, Spraying Materials,' Wire  Fencing and Gafc.4, Cut' Flowers cte.  110 pago catalog free.  Office, Greenhouses and Seedhouse:  3010 Westminster Road,  VANCOUVER,   -   B. 6.  fcatiti-t^feTOftfefeaQ^^feaRfeitf-rirititatit  K  x  x  X  X  11  ���������s  S  X  K  x  X  X  <-*������  X  K  x  X  X  *.������  HOTEL  HEDLEY  Under   New   Management  QU1KT AND CONVENIENT  Si'EcrAL Attention Given  to the tkavklunci public   Rates Moderate   VANDER J. ROSE  Proprietor  ������n^������y>������������?8������p������?^������t*5������?H������?������5������?J>?������e������)!ii?������y������6������t������t������5  Last week the editor of the. Pentic-  tion Press tried hard to fjsh; for a  'compliment, when he refers to the  Gazette as dealing with the Press  '"apologetically*!���������whatever he means  by that. This, week the Gazette  doesn't want to be considered in mood  apologetic to the Press editor and to  make sure that we will not be again  misinterpreted it will be necessary, .to  kick him���������that being the only kind' of  argument which can appeal to some  intellects or be understood by therm  Last week's dose of Press hysteria  had tlie   caption "Evades  the  Issue."  One of the sure signs of the journalistic neophyte is the use of terms and  phrases that are either meaningless or  inapplicable, and this is an instance of  it.    Now what is the issue-here?;  Can  the Press state what it   is,  or  is supposed to be, for up to the present not-  even a. Pinker ton  detective .could  de-  ciper it from all the hysterical jabber-,  ing that the Press has given utterance  to f r-onr the time its editor first plumed  himself  to  the  Saturday Sunset    as  being   the only  avowed   journalistic  prohibitionist���������the     one     and    only  press champion  of "local  option" in  the.    country.      And    yet    this  poor-  weathercock solemnly   asserts in   the  midst of last week's dose of drivel that  "The Press has no desire to force local  option upon any community."  Utterly incapable of reasoning he  will ask the silliest questions and from  no apparent data arrive at the most  asinine conclusions; as for example,  where he intimated that the Saturday  Sunset and Keremeos Chronicle had  been caught in some imaginary trap  by the agreement of the Government  to submit a plebiscite when neithor  one of them said a word against a plebiscite, hut on the contrary had advocated it. Roth of them saw the futility of  wasting further time on him and  Continued on Pago Four.  , 'London, April 14. -^ Mi'. ' Joseph  Martin, K. C, ex-premier of British  Columbia, is, the .Liberal candidate  in.the. Stratford-on-Avon ..by-election.  Mr. Martin's candidature is attracting  considerable interest, and he is warmly welcomed by the Liberal press.    ,  Mr. Martin, in addressing. Stratford  Liberals yesterday, declared himself  an out-and-out Free Trader'.': He said  he favored votes for women, and denounced Colonial - Preference as a  policy of greed and selfishness. . He  also said that he favored abolishing  the-'House of Lords.   .     '. ! ���������  .The constituency up to 1906 was  Conservative, when itj turned Liberal  by .a-, majority of MS. Captain Malcolm Kincaid Smith, Liberal, ..won the  seat with 4,391 votes; P. Stavely Foster, Conservative, got 4,173.  The   Mountains   of    British   Columbia  Graphically Described  SERVED HIM RIGHT  A Slayer of Songbirds Has  to   Pay $oo  for his Offence.   .���������-.���������-..  VANCOUVER, Wash.,April 15*-Jo-  seph Groselin of Portland, arrested, in  Yacolt, and accused of killing songbirds, appeared before Justice E. M.  Scallon this morning, .pleaded guilty*  and was fined .-875 and costs, amotint-  ing in all to $5)0.(15.      "       .  WON'T THEY BE MAD  Here is Another Wrong .for, the  Suffragettes to Protest Against.  Spokane, April 12.���������After June 11  no woman can enter any saloon in  this, state. The new criminal code  makes it a misdemeanor for the owner  or employee of "any drinking saloon  or music hall, where intoxicating-liquors are sold,-to knowingly permit.to  enter such saloon, or sell or give any  intoxicating liquors to, any female  person."  B. C. WINS CASE  Winnipeg, Man. April 12���������"Tourists  leave in'Switzerland two hundred million dollars every.year," said   Herbert  W. Gleason, the celebrated .mountain  climber,    when   interviewed   at   the  Royal Alexandra, "and  in' the  Canadian Rockies you  have fifty Switzer-  lands rolled into one.    It is  true  that  your Switzerland is remote, and is-not  accessible to travellers as the Switzerland of Europe is.   -These  mtVuntains  -have, however-,   been   made..more' a'c-  cessible.than they were, and they will  yearly a ttract la rge n umbers of sight-  seers from all parts  of the world.   ' I  am an American, but I am free to say  that there is nothing  in  the   United  States which   equals  in  magnificence  what is to be found in you rgreat west.  Your Rockies are the glory of the Dominion. ���������'        ; '.'..,-  "Just before coming west I lectured  in   Rideau hall  at the invitation  of  Lady Grey.   I  stated at the lecture  that   it seemed to be like bringing  coals to Newcastle, that I,  an American, should come to the capital   of the  Dominion, and in Rideau   hall should  lecture   on    the  chief glory of   this  country. 'It appeared to me that my  audience,    in   which there were    so  many people who   knew  the  west so  very well,  would find  the lecture a  bore, but I   wiis surprised  to find  so  very deep an interest taken."  MONTREAL    INVENTOR     DEAD.  Montreal, April 14.���������Louis Jos. Laconic, eldest son of Sir Alex arid-inventor of the "ship brake" is dead. Pneumonia- was the cause of death. The ship  brake stops vessels quickly and has  been adopted by the U. S. government  for warships.  SCIENTIFIC TOMMY ROT  Government's Assessment of British  Columbia Southern Lands Upheld by  Court in Nelson.  Nelson, April 14.���������Mr. R. S. Lennie,  who, by special appointment, heard  the appeal of the C. P. R. last month  against the Provincial Government's  assessment of the British Columbia  Southern Land grant in which $150,-  000 per annum is involved, today gave  judgment in favor of the government,  uphelding the assessment. The C.P.R.  was represented in the case by E. P.  Davis, K. C, and R. B. Bennett, K.C.  The case will go to the privy council.  How  Penny-a-Liners   Impose  Public.  on   the  Every once in a while paragraphs  are bobbing up in the papers concerning all manner of subjects, and the  most extravagant fancies at times are  given to the public, but the field of  science usually furnishes the most  prolific crop of them. Sometimes it is  the re-discovery of a process for tempering copper; arid at other times it is  the transmutation of silver into gold.  Whether these things will ever be  brought about no one can say, but the  teachings of science would point to  the contrary. Of course it is true  that a few centuries ago many   things |  were believed to be elements that  were later on discovered to be compounds, and it is not many years ago  that newer and rarer elements were  evolved from some of the older ones  that had been unquestioned by great  scientists like Humboldt, Huxley, and  Tyndall, while even the greatMendele-  jelf's law was violated by man who  went Nature one or two better by  making such compounds as calcium,  carbide and carborundum.  These fake science paragraphs about ���������  wonderful discoveries are manufactured by penny-a-liners who cater to  the itching ear which is always open  for something new. Readers have the  right to either believe these things or  reject them.  There is another kind of paragraph,  however, that the permy-a -linersprings  on an all too credulous public for  which it is.harder to forgive him.  That is the dishing up of stuff as new,  which is old enough to have passed  into the chestnut'state, but being  dressed up in different garb.the public  swallow them as the latest out.  It is not only the penny-a-uner who  start these chestnuts out on another  trip, but in many cases the ignorant  sleepy journalist who has failed to  keep abreast of the times is responsible for not a few, and a common field  for his operations nowaday is the  realm of wireless telegraphy.  With great solemnity the other* day  the Vancouver Province published  what it called a nevy record in wireless  made from a station in Cape Breton  to the Eiffel tower in Paris a distance  of 300(1 miles. Now it is several years  ago since. Dr. Lee DeForest of the  United Wireless Telegraph Co. communicated by wireless between the  Manhattan beach station and Glen-  gariff, Ireland, a distance of 3(i(XJ miles  without a station in Ireland at all.  He had a kite with a wire 300 ft long  attached and two men catching hands,  one man holding the kite wire and the  other the wireless receiver from which  the message was taken.  San Francisco papers told a short  time ago of the government station at  Russian Hill, California, put in by the  United Wireless Company picking up  messages that were fiying around  Japan a distance of 5700 miles.  Now how is this for another old  chestnut which appeared last week in  most of out British Columbia dailies :  "Paris, April 12.���������Naval lieutenants  Collin and Jeance, the inventors of a  wireless telephone apparatus with  which they succeeded last fall in  communicating with Dieppe from Paris, today introduced a'new and greatly improved apparatus. The minister  of -marine exchanged conversations  with the operater at Melun, a distance of 30 miles and he declared that  the result was a vast improvement-  over that obtained by the ordinary-  telephone. The sound*was clearer and.  purer. Irr December-, 190S, despatches  from Berlin declared that Waldemar  Pulsen had succeeded in telephoning  without wires from a suburb of Berlin  to Lyngby near Copenhagen, a dis-  of 250 miles."  Concluded on Pnge Four.  ������!  tfiiiiii������imri ihte  THE  HBDLET GAZETCT*^*II*..22, ISpp.  ���������.^)^j4*rf,-'*.-i.'.  I1-, ���������'. }���������  !^? .-. ���������s'VV1-'  Cbc *cdlcy <5azdtc  ���������ad  Similkameen Advertiser.  *3ued on Thursdays, by the Hkdt.ev Gazette  Pointing and Pcki.isiuno Company.  Limited,  at, Hedley, B. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year .$2.00  "      "   (United States)...  2.50  Advertising Rates  Measurement, 12 lines' to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of improvement, etc.  $7.00 for 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 subsequent insertion.'  Over one inch,  10 cents per lino for llr.it insertion and a  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients' payable in advance  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  $1.25; over 1 inch and up to 1 inches, $1.00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than  four, inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes ol'tener'.tluin once a month  the  price of composition will bo 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. '.  A. MEGRAW, Managing h-dltor.  pbrize with; and condo'ne wrongdoing. .;.      '  Full Moon  f.th  I,;-.-st-(|i:ar.  l.'S.  New Moon  ���������    20  First  quar.  2������.  1909  r  ������-::!!, r.'oii. T>'.'?.s. Wftil. Vhu. Fri. Sat,  'I  ��������� I  The game of politics  has as  strong   an  attraction  for  Joe  Martin as  the  blackjack  table  has for the gambler.   Less than  a month ago he left this conn-  try for England, and Canadian  papers  had  not   got    through  with parting,felicitations  until  they are called on to  announce  his candidature  in  a   bye:elec-  tion for ' the British  House  of  Commons for the   constituency  of Sl.ratfoi;d-ow-A von.     In   this  way, he is at present   more  in  tlie  public  eye  than    William  the Bard, and -surely   that   i-*   a  sudden'elevation'for  one   who  has had somauy   'knock-downs  politically as Ma itin Iki-- had in  Canada.     His   ascent    to    the  zenith of his   political   Came   in  Canada was meteoric   and  ot" our public men kicked up  bis: a dust in as short a time  ���������NoxiSi'  .-'-���������vi!'  f\S and after the first day of May the busi-  " Ciiiess now carried' on-by-myself will.-������������������be  conducted: by H. 11-Robinson arid mysolf under  the'iiiiri name or Revely & Robiiis'-oiV'anit the-  business now conducted by H. I. Kobinson'- at  Tulamecn.-B.-.G. will also.-be operated by Revely  & Robin'som All accounts due to me must bo  paid forthwith and all accounte'ngaini't me to  be presented for payment.  .    ,,..:.. . W..F, REVELY!..  Hedley, B. C, April 19th, 15*09. 15-2  County Court of Yale.  SITTINGS of the County Court of Yale .will  be held as follows, viz: At Fraternity  Hall, Hedley, on Thursday May 6th;-'190!);.arid  at the Court House Princeton., on - Saturday,  May 8th. 1909 at the hour of 11 o'clock in the  forenoon of each day.   By command.  ,  HUGH HUNTER,   ^  Registrar County Court.  14-2  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  is a great convenience to th ose  who live some distance from  town.  Deposits may be sent in, cash drawn, or other  bnsi-  transacted by Mail, without any trouble or delay.  Write or   ask  our  Local  Manager  to  explain  our  system to you.  H ediey Branch,  L. G. Mac Haffie, Manager  ;o  ���������2X  ���������.*;$  3)  3  .10  17  Sl  ew  as  as  he did.    One thing that may be  NOTICE  MOTIOE is herehy given that, thirty days  1 ^ after date. 1, Mrs. Joan M. Smith, of  Bca\ cidcll, B. C, intend to apply to the superintend of provincial police, F.S. Hussey, for a  loriiow.il of a retail liquor licence for the  Smith'sHotol located at Bea\erdell, B. C.  MRS. .10AX M. SMITH  Bea\ erdell, April 15th. 1909. 15-2  NOTICE  X  J. A. SCHUBERT  Has Just Received a consignment of  Men's Stylish Summer Suits  from the Broadway Tailoring Establishment,  Toronto.    Very Good Fit and Cut.  said in.his  never in pol  ���������rrir������������������"  .������. no  do  COMMENTS  of Georgf T. Angel!'  t!iirt\  1,  tor over  "Our Dumit .  of the  Band  ment. leaves  ������������������trs editor of  unmals," and head  of Mercy move-  :- vacant place in  the world of good deeds that  will be hard to fill. Few newspaper offices 011 the continent of  America for the last twenty-five  years have not been receiving a  copy of "Our Dumb Animals,"  the paper with the high aim,  even ;���������' devoted to what we are  pleased to call the lower animals. Thousands of poor dogs,  horses and other domestic animals have had their lot made  easier by the influence of his  pen and the help of his purse,  and the work which he. has set  afoot will.go on in future ages  to show that the good as well  as the evil "that men do lives  after them," and that the former  is not always "interred with  their bones."  avor is that he   was  itics For  mercenary  motives.    He went into politics  a poor man   and   he came  out  poorer. ��������� The com I oil able  competence ' .-with.','-, which   he   will  spend the closing years   of   his  I i i'e was made, outside of politics  and   111 ade  by  his  own  effort.  This is in marked contradistinction  to  men ;like - S if ton     who  went into polities bankrupt and  became wealthy in office.    Now  ���������it   is  a  moral  certainty    that  Martin    does  not    expect any  financial gain from British politics and it is doubtful  whethei  he cares very much for political  suceess,preferringpolitical notoriety instead or   he would, not  take up the cause, of Women's  Suffrage at a time when it   has  been discredited to  the  extent  that it lias by the  wild  actions  of     the     women    themselves.  Neither will   his  stand  on  the  question of colonial preference  dispose    the    people   in     this  country to wish him well in his  candidature'.  NOTICE is hereby given tluit, thirty days  alter date, I, I). G. Hackney, of Hedley,  B. C. , intend to applv to the superintendent of  piovini inl police, F. S. Hus-cy, of Victoria; for  renewal of a 1 etail liquor licence for the Hotel  Hedley, located in Hedley, B. C.  D. G. HACKNEY  Hedley, B. C, April loth. 1909 14-4  NOTICE  NJOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  "^ .Uler date, I, W. T. Atherton, ot Kedloy.  B. C.j intend to apply to the superintendent} of  jjrovinci.il police. F. S. Hussey, of Victoria for  renewal of a retail liquor licence for the Hotel  Similkameen, located in Hedley, B. C.  W. T. ATHERTON.  Hedley, B. C. April 15th, 1909. 14-4  OUR STOCK  OF DRY GOODS  COMPLETE.  IN   NOW  NOTICE  METEOROLOGICAL.  Mr. Pugsley doesn't appear to  have the grace of resignation,  and the report of New Brunsr  wick investigating   commission  is treated by him. with stolid indifference.    If Sir Wilfrid   ever  had any intention   of bringing  this "wicked pardner" of his to  book for   short-comings,   said  "wicked pardner", has evidently  bluffed him out of it, and thus  again the premier   is likely tp  disappoint those of his friends  who would like to see him start  in to clean up instead of cover  up.   The incident was the cause  if a very  stormy night  in  the  house last week.   The report of  the New Brunswick commission  censures Pugsley in very severe  tern is. and while  the house  of  Com; 1 ions was in no way bound  to a-rept the  report as  infallible       to deal summarily, with  Mr.      'ugsley    solely     on   the  stre:    'h of it, yet it seems  an  extr     rdiriary   action    on   the  pari       Sir Wilfrid, to  attempt  to s<    ": thorough investigation  into   ,-<-i   matter as  he  has  so  frequently done in similar cases  thereby strengthening the   im-  Apr  The following- are the; readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Apr. 17 :  AT THE  MINE.  Maximum Minimum  47 '     .. 24  37        .. 22  39 23  '36        .. 25  ..         '36        .. 28  31        .. 17  ..          38     ... 17'  Average maximum temperature 3(5.14  Average, minimum do .22.14  Mean temperature 29.14  Rainfall for the week     .    inches.  Snowfall       "       " 7.  CORKKSrO.VnrNG WEEK of last yeak  Highest maximum temperature 53.  NOTICE it? hereby given that, thirty days  afterdate. 1. A. 1). Broomfiold, of We-t-  biridgu, B. C, intend to.apply to thuniiperintuii-  dent of provincial police, F. S.'. Hussey, of  Victoria, for renewal of a retail liquor licence  for the Westbridgc Hotel, located at West-  bridge B.C.  A: D. BROOMFIELD.  AVestbridge, B. C, April 15th, 1009. 14-4  NOTICE  NOTICE is  hereby given that, thirty  ���������   after date, r. K.' G. Sidley,-of Sidley,  days  B.C.,  intend to apply to the superintendent of provincial police, F. S. Hussey,' of Victoria, for renewal of a retail liquor licence for the Mountain View Hotel, located atSidloy, B.C.  li. G. SIDLE V  Sidley. B. C.. April 15th, 1909. 14-4  x>  i  $  $  I  i  i  |  x  I  %  i  A Dressmaking Department has been added��������� $  Ladies are invited to call. J5  A NICE LINE OF AMERICAN'and CANA- f  DIAN SUMMER FOOTWEAR I  Agent for Singer Sewing Machines  J. A. SCHUBERT  HEDLEY, B.  C.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  , - after date, I, Thos.,Bradshaw. of Fifteen  Male', B.'CV, intends to apply to tho'-supcrinten-  denfc of jn-ovincial' police, F. S.>Hussey, of Victoria, for renewal of a retail liquor licence for  Bnulshaw's Hotel, located at Fifteen Mile, B.C.  ���������,.. : . "..     THOS. BRADSHAW.  Fifteen Mile, B. C, April loth 1909 14-4      ,  NOTICE  NOTICE  NOTICE  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  Average  maximum  do  .44.14  Lowest minimum  do  13  Average  minimum  do  26.71  Men n  do  35.42  AT  THE MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  Apr 11  ..  60  , ,  42  12  ,.  58  ,  42  13  ..  .54  . ,  39  14  54  38  15  55  , .  26  16  53  .  ,  28  17  ,.  53  26  1VOTICE is hereby, given that, thirty days  1^ after date, I, Jflugh Cameron, of Camp  McKinney, B. C. intend to apply to the...superintendent of provincial;police, F. S. Hussey, of  Victoria, for a retail liquor licence for the  Camp McKinney Hotel, located at Camp McKinney, B. C.  HUGH CAMERON. ,     .  Camp McKinncy, B. C, April 15th,"l909.   14-4  NOTICE  NOTICE  is hereby  after date, I, J.  given that, thirty days  S. McLean, of Brideville,  P. O., B. C, intend to apply to the' superintendent of provincial police. t<. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for renewal of a retail liquor, licence for  the lona Hotel, located at forks of Hock Creek.  ' JOHNS. McLEAN.  Brideville P. O.. P. C. April 15th, 1909    14-4  NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  ��������� after date, :I. John Cosgrove, of Hedley  B. 0., intend to apply to the superintendent of  provincial police. F. S. Hussey,'of Victoria/for  renewal of-a retail liquor: licence for the Park  Hotel, located on the Similkanieen river four  miles west- of Hedley, B. C.  ���������    .JOHN COSGROVE.  Hedley. B.C.. April 15th, 1909. 14-4  A Sitting of the County, Court of Vale Dis-  ���������V* trii-t will bo held on Tuesday, May 11th,  A.D., 1909. at the Government Office, Fairview,  B, C. at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon.  .:.    ! By-Order'  .TAMES R. BROWN  15-3        Registrar of County Court of ,Yiile.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  NOTICE.is-hereby given that; thirty: days  after date; I. Harry Jones, of Fairview.  B. C. intend to apply to.t.he superintendent of  provincial police, F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for  renewal of a retail liquor licence for the Golden  Gate Hotel, located in Fairview, B.C..  HARRY JONES.  Fairview, B. C. April 15th, 1909. 14-4  NOTICE  NOTICE  MOTICE is hereby given that,- thirty days  1 ^ after date, I, Hugh Campbell, of Ashnolti.  B. C, intend to apnly to the superintendent of  provincial police, F. S., Hussey, of Victoria, for  renewal of a retail liqiior licence for the AhIi-  nola Hotel, located in Ashnola, B. C.   .  HUGH CAMPBELL.  Ashnola. B. C. April 15th, 1909 14-4  FOR SALE  NOTICE, is hereby given . that, thirty days  after date, 1, Evan Morris, of Fairview,  B.C, -intend to -apply to the superintendent of  provincial police, F. S. Hu<sey, of Victoria, for  renewal of a retail liquor licence for the Miners  Home Hotel, located in Fairview, B. C.  EVAN MORRIS.  Fairview, B. C, April 15th, 1909 14-4 ,  TAKE  F. M.  EAGLE'S NEST" No..2, Mineral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located; Camp  Hedley.  NOTICE that I, Ainslcy Mcgraw,  C, No. B79392. agent for Thomas  Bradshaw,. Free Miner's Certificate No.;B79341,  intend, sixty'days froni the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purposo of 'obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further tsikc notice that action, under  section:37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of February, A. D., 1909.  ���������   5-10 A. MEGRAW.  TENDERS  NOTICE  NOTICE is  hereby given that, thirty days  after date. I, James Wallace, of Princo-  B. C.'tntend to apply-to the superintendent  . :ovincial police. F. S.Husscy, of Victoria,  for renewal of a retail liquor licence for the  Princoton Hotel, located at Princeton. B. C.  JAMES WALLACE.  Princeton, B. C. April 15th, 1909. 14-4  TENDERS will be received till noon oh May  15th, 1909,, for the purchase of Fraternity  Hall and lot, (Lot 21 Blk:14), Hedley, B. C.  The   highest ,or any other tender not nee'  cssarily.Hccepted;.   ...,-.  For further particulars apply.to.  J. K. ERASER  Hedley, B. C.  or EINLAY FRASER,  Nicola 11.6.  Address tenders to J. K. Eraser. Hcdloy  B. C.  NOTICE  A Horse and Saddle.  Livery Stable.  Apply at the Palace  10-tf  Average maximum temperature 55.14  Average minimum do 32.85  Mean do 43.99  Rainfall for the week   .17   inches  Snowfall        "       "     .  CORRESPONDING WEEK OF LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 67  Average do  Lowest minimum  Average do  Mean  Try  TOWWVWSfR.  do  59.71  do  30.  do  38.42  do  49.06  Houses to Let.  i Roomed House, Furnished, with good garden  ���������815.00 per month.  i Roomed Cottage���������������10.00 per month.  3 Roomed Cottage���������������8.00 per month.  APPLY TO  P. H. FRENCH.  oria  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  after date, we, Geo. A. Goldsbrough wild  Amy A. Worgan of Allison, B. C., intend to ap-.  ply to the.superintendent of provincial police,'  F.- S. Hussoy, of Victoria, for renewal of a retail liquor licence for the Allison Hotel located  at Allison B.C.  GOLDSBROUGH & WORGAN  Allison, B. C. April 15th, 1909. 14-4  NOTICE  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   invigorating.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier-, Premier- of  Canada, and Mr. Joseph Choate,  former Ambassador to Great Britain,  have accepted election to membership  in the Optimists' Club according to a  statement issued by the club's xecu-  tive Committee.  NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  after date, we, W. Arnott and W. B.  Hine, of Okanagan Falls, B. C, intend to apply  to the superintendent of provincial police, F.S.  Hussey, of Victoria, for a renewal of a retail  liquor licence for the Alexandra Hotel, located  at Okanagan Falls, B. C.  ARNOTT & HINE  Okanagan Falls, B.C., April 15th, 1909.   14-4  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  after date, I, H. S. Pittendrigh, of Rock  Creok, B. C. intend to apply to the superintendent of provincial police, F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for renewal of a rotnil liquor license for  the Rock Creek Hotel, located at  Rock Creek.  H. S. PITTENDRIGH.  Rock Creek. B. C, April 15th, 1909.        14-4  NOTICE is ..hereby giyon that,. thirty days  ��������� . after, date; I, John' Jackson, of Hedley.  B. C. intend to apply:to the. superintendent of  provincial police, F.S.'Hussey, of Victoria, for  a renewaLof a retail liquor liccne for tho New  Zealand Hotel, located in Hedley, B. V.  , ..   ;' J'OHN JACKSON.  Hcdloy, B..C. April 15th, 1909, 14-4  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  after dato.I, John Lind, of Hedley, B.C.,  intend to apply to the superintendent of provincial police. :F. S. Hussey, of Victoria for  renowal of a retail liquor licence for the Great  Northern Hotel, located in Hedley, B. C.  JOHN LIND.  Hedley. B. C, April 15th. 1909. 14-4  NOTICE  VTOTICEis hereby given that, thirty days  *^ after date, we, Robert Herring and Anton  Winter, of Hcdloy, B. C, intend to apply to  the ,*'iporintendent of provincial police, F. S.  Hussey, of Victoria, for renewal of a retail liquor licence for the Grand Union Hotel, located in Hedley, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER.  Hedley, B. C, April 15th, 1909. 14-4  NOTICE  faOlIOh, is hereby given that, thirty days  ���������'���������, afterdate. I, John Gladden, intend to  apply to tho superintendent of provincial  police, F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for a renewal  of rotail liquor licence for Lhc Commercial Hotel  located in Ilodley, B. C.  JOHN GLADDEN.  Hcdloy, B. C, April 15th, 1909 14-4  CHI  fl  If  II  '.-���������li ,1   ''.   *    I*  .IHB HEDt-BY.G^ETTiB, AFft&^ 1900.   V "  /  Town an4 Wstrkft.  -   ~ i     *   John   Love came came over from  Phoenix on Saturday.  * John   Gladden  went  out   yeserday  * morning bound for-Fairview.  Some are predicting three more  weeks of this cool weather. ;.  C. D. B. .'.Green, P. L. S;! was in town  last week'on j'liufessiohal business.  Chief Engineer J.' H. Kennedy /if  the V. V. &?'E. was \x\\town on Monday night and went up the river on  .. Tuesday.  '  ,     Harry     Swan    is finishing  up the  Ingram bridge   over on  Kettle river  ,'��������� this   week  and  is expected  back   to  ��������� Hedley shortly.  The dance on -Friday night last in  ���������Fraternity Hall' brought' Out a 'good  attendance and an enjoyable evening  was spent. ��������� _ '  ���������The'Sibley family started' for Alberta on Tuesday, prairie schooner  fashion. ' They intended driving to  Midway and taking the train from  there.  Two men continue' at work on the  Oregon mineral claim and are makin g  a very fair showing. The assay returns from the ore have beerr particularly good.  '., It took Hedleyites a few days to get  iised to the sound of the stamps dropping again, but the oIdfarniliar"growl  of the sluicing stamp-head" as Kipling calls it, has again accustomed it-  .self to the ears.  Malcolm C. McAuley of Keremeos  Station was married 'last week at  Kelowna to Lilian Maud ��������� Bower, and  the happy couple like birds in. spring  time have started nest-building mt  Keremeos. Mac's Hedley friends extend congratulations.  Mrs. Conn was taken seriously ill at  Princeton last week. Tim fact being  made known to tlie managers of the  Presbyterian church'in Hedley, they  assured Mr. Conn that it would not be  advisable for him to come to   Hedley  , * **  for the service on Sunday night 1/ist. .  Mr. aud Mrs'. Gerald Clark,'of Green  mountain, have the sympathy of their  Hedley friends in the bereavement  sustained through the death of their  baby   girl   Zoe,  aged four    months,  Anyone who has been following ttfe  tempei'aturei'readings from week-fto  [,-Week well note tfnat the mean temperature on th'e hill for any week' has  been several degrees below freezing  point, and it is the mean temperature  that determines the melting of the  snow in the spring-time, not the midday readings. : .  ' L. W-; Shatifor'd, M; P.P. returned  on Saturday from Princeton and left  on -Tuesday ,;fpr Penticton. He in--  tendsi'rnaking /i trip to the coast shortly and will go to Victoria to look over  some vdepiirtmehtal matters before'  starting east. He ,e.xpects.tlic present  year to see considerable improvement  in the roads of the district this year,  and hopes that with the most of tlie  appropriation going into repairs'; tjiat.  boulderff will- becoiiie** i\' thjng of the  past." "The Twenty-mile road has come  through'the winter in very fair shape  for anew roud and'with the repairs"  which it will'he given this year it  should be in very:good shape. The  Golden Zone has made good use of it  so far.                                       ' ��������� ���������'  Jimmy Riordon, of Olalla, was in  town last week, having walked over  by way of Keremeos, for the snow is  still too deep on the summit .to come  by way of 'the.Nickel Plate. Among  the old prospectors Jimmy is about  the youngest old chap" in the whole  bunch and was fresh as a. daisy at the  end of the tramp. Last summer he  did considerable development work on  his Resort claim on Riordan mountain  which resulted in- giving him a fine  showing arVd,he expect.-*-to-do   a  good  PROVINCIAL .ELECTIONS ACT  '' ' .'���������* . ' "/        ������ . ��������� i  Take Notice^ that I Have received objections in writing to the undermentioned persons' names being retained on the list of voters for the Smilkameen  Electoral District r    /  < [-.   .Name of Person ' .->  Bailey, Frank   Bailey, WalterB...   BiiU-Chiirles.-Mii^., .;.'..��������� .'���������.'....  J3rbwiie' .Thorrias P...''..\...   .  Bo'ler. Henry... .........  Buuley, Henry Onesime.,.....  Bragg,'PeterfFrank.......'....  Broadfoot, Arthur.  :... ....  Broojis, Stephen   Brown, Charles A....... ....  Broadfoot, William'J....... ,  Bruri,John Brendt.   Burkstea'd, Christopher...... >  Caldwell, John..".. .*.........  Cameron, Frederick"W.   Cayonette, Joseph'...........  | Canievoh,7I^incaii A........ C  Cai-michael', John.'".   Chrisfcjohnson. Peter A.��������� .  Cole,- George E.   Cobb, -Ambrose P   Connolly, James   Ciillrng,_Thomas J.  Laist Known Address  ..... .-Hedley ,v       ,  .... ;..HedJey; ���������      '��������� <���������-  ".'.... .C'trijiX   ' '  : .Hedley  . ....Rock Creek Mountain  ...... ...Hedley '...���������-,'  ..'....���������Nujkle'.-Pliite Mine'"-  ......Princeton  -..������������������.'.. .Tulameen City  ....Hedley   Princeton  .... . .Hedley  ,r.... Pr;incietbn , ; '/  ."���������:    .: Hedley F  .. . .Fairview  . .'..,..Hedley i.e^j-r j-,:-  .,:.:.,}Gainp,-MgJK:rniVciy '������������������*���������  .....Westbridge ..  .....Rock.Creek   -.Camp McKinney   Camp McKinney  .... .Fairview  .Sidley  deal.more during the coming season.  Wheriihe stiikedhis first claim on the  mountain which bears his name he  had the Nickel Plate ground staked as  well, but Jet it go because the Billy  Goat on Riordan mountain gave him  the best values.  which occurred on the morning of the  loth, after an illness of a day or two.  Grand Forks appears to be the first  in the field for 24th of May celebration. The Volunteer Fire Brigade Of  that town have charge of the celebration  and announce a  programme of  foot  horse-races,      broncho-busting,  races,  firemen's  races,    baseball   and  football matches, etc.  Keremeos has live real 'estate men'  in Messrs McTavish, Lawrence and  McDoniild who are making a big success in bringing in buyers. They,  have a, choice property to handle in  the old- Price estate: and they are  about the only ones that are making  any stir in bringing people in.  On Sundaj' everring there was a little  blaze down at the old Dago camp by  the mouth of Twenty-mile. The camp  was deserted and all the. tents taken  away, but the frame work of the old  cookhouse, was standing, and this  seemed to have an attraction for some  vandal who'had evidently fired it out  of pure wantonness.  . Under ordinary conditions we would  be looking for high water this spring  owing to the late season, which encourages the belief that when.the  water starts to flow it will go with a  rush. The dam up on Twenty Mile  Lake will prevent the creek from ever-  getting very high and the river is too  far below us to over do any damage to  the town.  A. H. Kellett, superintendent of  coristHictron for 'Stewart &' Weldh-  was in town last-week on a-fcrip-ofr.  inspection over the camps operating  between here and Princeton. .Some  seem to think that his Visit gave some  indication of a probability of work  being opened rrp beyond Princeton at  an early date, or at least as soon as  the rails reach Hedley.  J. H. Bromley, was in town on  Saturdiiy last with his stallion "Black  Prince" which is a handsome beast  and had many admirers. The horse is  across between Shire aiid Percheron,  and was purchased by Mr. Bromley at  Abbotsford last fall. The animal is a  trifle thin at present having been fed  nothing but hay all winter yet he  weighed 1875 lbs which shows that  when he is fat lie will go about 2000  lbs.  This has certainly been a backward  spring as evidenced by the low water  in the river and creeks. While the  roads around Hedley have been dry  and dusty for about six weeks or more  winter still holds the  mountain tops.  . Golf is the1 newest'gariie to be added  to the list of Hedley diversion's. Links  tiave been laid out on Pinto flat and  practice is held several titties', each  week. Messrs MacHanie and Hincks  of the bank staff are th'6 first to obtain  outfits and it is expected that * several  others will join'the ranks of the golfers  foi; the season's play. The start is  made on the bench where, the road  goes up to the flat. It zig-zags across  the flat to the foot of the mountain  above the schoolhouse and keeps along  the foot of the,mountain to the old  base-ball grounds, from there its  course strikes southward past the  butts on the'rifle range to a point down  near the' V"-l V. & >E. sta'tion: and' it  winds.irp on the rievy base-ball grounds,  making a 'total "distance covered on  the links of about a mile' and a half.  It looks like a game that would'suit  'tlie'OkVchaps -;rs:well as ' the yolinger  ones.and is likely to become popular.  There is ho word yet concerning the  conrrnencement   of   track-laying,   although-those   who are'supposed   to  know most about it admit tlutt it may  begin-any day, and point to"aL:possibility of the first crossing of the Similkameen being'made beforie high water.  There was  another yarn brought to  to.wrr last week, given on the strength  of a G. N. R. conductor,.who is mostly  employed    on    construction,   to the  .effect that nothing would be done until after high water, because the G.N.R.  had ouly   one track-layer that duty  had been paid oh, and could work on  this side of the line', and that said cosmopolitan track-layer, duly equipped  with passport, was now working in Alberta on a stunt that would last for  :two months yet.   Really this  is   getting funny.    A while ago we were told  that no track-laying could be done before May loth unless  the Great Northern   could   borrow   an   old   cmgine  somewhere, and now the   duty   on  a  triick-layer  looms   up  like' a  gaunt  spectre athwart our path.  ���������'��������� It. J. O'Sullivan, who has been with  ���������Mittm ISs'������������������CM Of tlie Scientific American  for thirty years was in town last week  introducing Americana, the great  work of reference being brought out  by,that institution. The British rights  for.-Aiiiiericanai 'have been purchased  by Harmsworth who are having it reset and re-printed so as to conform to  British spelling and British currency  as well as to satisfy a. recent requirement of the British copyright law for  protection of British printers and publishers, and the- reading public of  Great Britain. This fact in itself, as  well as the fact that the Scientific  American is behind the work is evidence of its excellence. Mr. O'Sullivan  has traversed the Canadiarr field very  thoroughly, spending some four years  in doing so, and incidentally has become air enthusiast for Canada, and  her prospects. In fact it would be- a  good thing for some Canadians to  catch a little of his enthusiastic faith  and optimism. Ontario and Western  Canada have proven,an eye-opener to  F   Crane, George A Sidley  Dawson, Arthur J Hedley  Daimpre,'' Isidore D, D. Hedley    ���������,  .;������  .Dalrymple, Seymour. '...'..,-...'. ... .'Hedley     ; -'  Davidson, James !.'.....' Fairview  Diote, Joseph Hedley  Dunsinonv.Edward J    Hedley  Downey,"Denis Sidley -  Darrach, Hugh Nickel Plate  Eastwood, Ernest E  Camp McKinney  Edwards, Francis P Sidley  Edwards, Hosea S %���������Rock.Mountain  Euhson, Robert ^.Fairview    ���������  Ewing, Henry James '..".....   . .Sidley  Elleringtou,- William J "...'.. .-.Keremeos  Ellerington, -Robert Keremeos  Findlay, Matthew Princeton  Flanders, Ula.' Fairview   ���������.'    '  Frechette, Fran'cis'-F Fairview  Finn, James Edward Hedley  Fortier, James A.'. .v.'  Hedley  Name of Person  Median, Frank   Mi.tqhell, John George   Mqrtqn, jilrnest. S   Montgomery, Herbert A.  .'Murphy, George Paine...  McAinis, John   McBoyle, William E   McDonald, John   McDonald, John D   McDonald, Alex   McDonald, Angus   Mefsaae, William B   Mi-GiJlis, Dutii'lin A   Mclutyre, James A..'   3fcKay, Andrew   McKeiizie,- George   McLeod, Donald   McKay. John..'...   McKiniiou, Angus '..'.   McLeod, Angus   McLeod, John 'Donald.'....  McMichael, Charles'N   McPhaden, Alexander....  McQuade, Hugh   McBeth, John..,   McDonald, Dan W   McNeill; William   Nicol, John A..':   Nurmeley, William.  Last Known Address  ... .Fairview  .....Hedley  ...  Hedley  ... .Fairview ''  ... .Camp McKinney  ....Hedley  .... Osoyoos  ... .Fair-view  , damp McKinney  ....Hedley   .  ... Camp MeKinney  .   ..Hedley .-���������>'���������_  .... Rock Creek      -���������>    '  ... Okanagan Falls  ....Hedley ' .    '   Westbridge *-   Fair-view     .      "'   Hedley *      ���������>-���������- " ���������  ....Hedley    -      '  "     ,'  ... ...Princeton       ' ������������������ -   Heldey-        Camp McKinney1- ���������"  ... Nickel Plate -   ! ��������� "���������;   Fair-view   Keremeos '��������� ..������������������ '  ....Nickel Plate-  * ���������   i*  ... .Hedley   ���������    ��������� ���������        " ';'   Fair-view   ��������� ��������� ���������  ���������'      j5r  .Sidley  Fowlie, John.  Fowlie. William   Garbutt, William J .........  Gallagher, Patrick.- .L). ?...'.  Gillis, Allan   Gibson, Hugh McM..'.'...'  Gibbon, John Elmslie   Gjllis, John. ���������: .'-.-.���������".'.'' -.  Glendinning, Fred '..  Gladden, Frederick W.".   ..  Green, Harry Arnold   Hills, George   Hill,-William Charles.....  Hislop, James. .V.   Hiatt, Percy George......  Henderson, George..,.;......  Henderson, Thomas:....,'/  Jacobs, Jrime's E   Jalneson, James.   James, Joh n .Thorn as.. ..s .  Jeffrey,- John R.   Johnson,'Harry .....'.''.',  Kennedy, Benjamin Stone  Keen, Joseph............. ^  .Kersey, Daniel S............  Kelsey, Charles Ira   Kehnedy, William Tr......  Kelley, James. ..'.'.''.* '.  Kelly, Sylvester P...'   Lacfcy, WilH'im ��������� ���������.  Leonhar-dt,' Christian H...'.  Lusk, Allan Ferguson   Lyon, Frederick....-.   Matron, George. Lear   Malohey, Matthew   Martin, Duncan H...... .\..:  .Nickel Plate  ...Nickel Plate  ...:Nickel Plate ���������'.������ ..  .. .Saw "Mill Creek  .. .Rock Creek  ...Camp McKinney  ...Hedley    . ..-,   /.  :.. Sidley  .. Hedley  ..; Hedley  . .. Keremeos  ...Fairwiew  . .*.. Prmceton  ...Princeton  ... Sidley  ...Hedley        v ���������- .-���������  :.c-Hedle-/   s; - - -'  .. .Hedlev  .,.5.Mile"Creiek,-.   .  ..::Princeton  .. .Fairview  .. .Sidley Mountain  .. -Princeton  ...Hedley  ...Lot686,Tp. 66  ... .Camp McKinney  .. .Fairview':.'".-'  .. .Granite .Greek  ... Fairview  . ..Kilpoola Lake  ..-Hedley  .. .Camj> McKinney  .. .Hedlej'  .. .Princeton  ... Beayerdell  ./Fairview  O'Hata, Roger.'. Boomerang Creek  Outhett,. James Hedley  Paul, Thomas....' White Lake ���������  Palmer, Joseph.., Keremeos  Phibbs, John :... .Tulameen  Pollok, Frank Samuel Camp McKinney  Prrce, James....' Nickel Plate  ; Piiry.es, George..: Camp Mckinnev  Purd}'. William W Fairview  Q'uentieville, Wilfrid  Hedley  .Reid, Peter..... .'I Fairview  Rolling William Swan Lake  * Robinson, Robert." Westbridge  Richards, Joseph. ��������� Sidley '  Revidan, A. E Hedlev  Rawnsley, Ambrose Nickel Plate  Sanjjbrn, Sanders A Camp McKinney -  Sa uve,_ Harry. D He'd ley  * Sh'urson, George  Simpson, Arthur   . Shittery, John-.-. .0   '��������� Smith, David   Snodgrass,-William J   Slubbs, Allan Win. ���������.  Sullivan, Eugene...'   -   Swjin, Alexander   Swans'oh, Victor R.   -Sweetland, George   Swinburn, Alfred.   ; Siyiir burn, Fred W.:   '. SmiTJjV.Jolinj'Balis   - Spearing, Gustavus..   Taggart, Albert '.   ��������� Tilton, Robert McK..   Thoen, -Henry B......   Troriibieyv^Abel..........  Twamley, Thomas G....'.  Thompson, Neil....:  .'...  : Vtiughan, Cecil Arthur..  Vivian, John Henry....  Wardell, 'James....   Whiessiel Cephreries A;..  Wheeler William JEIenry.  Winkler- Geor-ge Edward.  Wilder James -.. :.  Wright Henry A.. '���������:���������.  .  Wynne Richard J:.   Wynri Lletvellyn C......  Walker Hugh'.   Williamson John A !.  Williamson Jaines   . .Olalla- '  ..Princeton -*  ..Hedley '  . .Beaverdell  . .Okanagan Falls  . .Hedley "���������'  .. Westbi'idge  ..Tularrieen      >  . .Camp McKinney  . .Rock Mountain  . .Camp McKinney  . .Camp McKinney  ..Hedley   *  . .Tuhimeen  . .Fair view  . ^Princeton  .. Westbridge  . .oMile Creek  . .Fairview -  . .Hedley .  ..Sidley',  .. Carhp McKinney  ..Nickel Plate  . Hedley  . 5 Mile Creek  . Princeton  . Sidley.  . Hedley  Hedley  Princeton  Keremeos  Fairvew. ....  .  .Nickel Plate  And take notice that at the Court of Revision to be held pnthe 3rd day of May,  1969, at the Qovertimeni Office; Fairview, at io o'clock in the forenoon^ I shall hear  and determine the same, and unless they or some other Provincial voter, on their  behalf, satisfy me Ithat'the objection is not well founded, I shall strike the names  off said Register.  Dated this 5th day of April, A. D. 1909.  JAMES R. BROWN,      ;    )  Registrar of Voters, Similkameen Electoral District.  him, and the ignorance concerning  Canada displayed alike by .the average.  Britisher and citizen of the United  States serves to do more than amuse  him for it excites his impatience.  PLUMBING AND  TINSMITHING.  Spring* is Coming-  H. B. MAUSETTK  Is Prepared to Attend to any  in the Above Lines.  Work  X  Eave Troughmg a Specialty  H.B. MAUSETTE  Keremeos St,abion:  To Buy Cheap, Pay Cash.  Family Groceries  Fresh and Seasonable  at the  Cheap Cash Store  MRS. Q. B. LYONS.  And You will need new FOOTWEAR  Our Stock of Men's Ladies' and Children's  BOO-PS and SHOES  ������  is Large and Well Assorted.  We can fit almost any shape of Human foot.  SPECIAL BAEGAINSIN  Children's   Shoes   and   Clothing.      25% to  33 1-3%  Discount.  Shatford's Ltd.  t THE   HEDLEY- GAZETTE,   APRIL 22, 19(19,  ���������riUki  What Is The Issue  Continued from Patjo One ��������� ; ,''" ^  ignored the remark ; " but ^ is one  thing to ignore the bark of a dog ;and  quite another thing when saVd* canine  attempts to fasten its' teeth in iyour  calf. Then the orthodox treatment is  to turn around and. kick the animal  and keep on applying the leather  while the cur continues to snarl or  show its teeth.  But what s'la'i-U-d iiill tlie row? We  were all (if us (liseu-^ing the .������������������gil.-ition  for1 local option, some pro and some  coii. the Press very much pro. and no  personalities were indulged in. In our  issue of March 18th the Gazette tersely and accurately summarized the  shifty position of the Press in the  following paragraph:  "Not long ago  the'. Pentieton Press  barked boastfully of its sole   advocacy  of local  option.     Two   weeks ago  it  accepted    the  proposed   plebiscite   as  being quite the proper caper, but last  week it broke out  again  in  a savage  growl which  indicated  some  fear on  its part that-its   local  option  shank-  bone was in  danger of  being stolen.  Mr. McBride was given   a vicious  jab  for     supporting    Hawthornthwaite's  motion for a  royal commission., of inquiry into the working of the Gothenburg system, an action   in   which   the  ���������'     Press fancies it sees some glaring  in  consistency  altogether    incompatible  with the idea of a plebiscite.    But the  most amusing part of .-.the  whole -outbreak    is  the   lialf-savage,   balf-l:Mini  back-handed    wipe   ..administered    io  representative Shatford by slobbering  over  Price  Ellison  for Opposing   tile  Hawthornthwaite motion while Shatford supported it.'"  ���������   -���������''       . ;. .  Over this   the  Pi ess   slept   for. two  weeks   and    then    came out   with   a  savage rejoinder that hadnoarguinetit  in it and  was grossly   personal  and  altogether uncalled for.     By  way of  showing up his hypocrisy in   a. public  capacity (nothing personal) the Gazette  gave some facts   as  to   what had occurred  when  prohibitory'  legislation,  was forced on the people   before  they  were ready for it, and in doing so, very,  properly showed the position in which  magistrates were placed under* a prohibitory  law and  the  sacrifices that  would be demanded of  them.     Then  ,   we contrasted the attitude of a magistrate in Penticton.    The..man referred  to was W. J. Clement.   ! Nobody else  could  ever  be hinted   at   from   the  manner in  which  it was put.     This  man  when    asked   to  take an information against a merchant for supplying    certain   intoxicants    to   Indians  refused to do so   on   the  ground, that  said  merchant was  one  of. his ' best  customers.      The     reason    why   the  magistrate's   name  was  not given in  full at that stage was to let him down  as easy as possible; but since .he hadn't  sense enough to see it that, way and  take   advantage, of the  leniency ex-  .tended to him, let him now bear in full  the humiliation-which   his own folly  i has brought on him.    Here was a man  who in his punlic capacity as. a- newspaper publisher was  waging- war to  the   death  against  the liquor  traffic  prepared  to  wipe .it   out   root   and  branch without, even   listening for a  moment to any plea for compensation,  but would in another public capacity  of a. more serious nature,-  act in  thrs  inconsistent craven manner.  To friends of Mr. Shatford he denies  that he had any thought of censure  for.the member for Similkameen in  the paragraph in which he attacked  Premier McBride for voting for  Hawthornthwaite's motion to appoint  a. commission to inquire into the Gothenburg system, and praised Price  i Ellison for voting against it. Well,  the member for Similkameen also  voted for the Gothenburg commission,  and if Premier McBride is,guilty so is  he. Where, is the consistency in tliis,  and what is the explanation? If the  editor of the Press will answer this  truthfully he will give the same reply  as the magistrate gave for irot wanting to take the. information against  the merchant.  Now if he was wiongly accused in  this matter why doesn't he deny it?  There might be some explanation he  could offer���������some little palliation. It  might have been, for instance, that  the man who wanted to lay the information misunderstood him and he  might not have absolutely refused, but  might have said that he would prefer  not take it for reasons already alleged,  but would do so if he insisted on it  and nobody else would take it. But  there is no denial, no explanation,  just a. brazen demand for the magistrate's name which demand was  alto-  ������������������v*:'5-^l  When you can get a good lot on the best residential streets  at from $200 to $250 on easy terms of payment.  ��������� )^-:-'-y.^^-^������^:^:J::  "' '��������� ���������'&'���������������������������%kW&W������.tii*V-'���������  Jr.-**1"-*.,... --,'-i.J>vv,  ���������';���������.  ���������      H;      :* ;.\i . !-'*/-��������� Y.J: i  "������������������f '���������    -\.   ������������������: ������������������'  K'Mt  #  Now, during the quiet months, you might be building a  small house for yourself without much outlay.  Call in and see what wecaiid^       you*  si.������������������!!',  F. H. FRENCH  Secretary and flanager,  hbdljey, -Mm  Sf ������������������������������������..'���������'������������������  ������������������������������������������������������;���������^'.',���������-     ::   .":7:!"7''!i  i  I  f  !  1  x ; -J  x  X  X  X  X  *  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  H  X    WHEN YOU HANKER FOR   ���������-  Fresh Beef,     Pork or Mutton  Cured Meats,     Fish or Poultry  CALL UP F������HONE No. 5  AND TELL YOUR WANTS TO  BL:'Ji.EID)M������N������������  HR EMttetar.  A. IVIECrRAW  -.-���������-    iiOTARY   PUBLIC. -  Conveyancer, . Real ^Estate,  Mines,  Crown    Grants -Applied   For  Under Land Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  Mutual Life, of Canada. ,  Hudson Bay Insurance Co;  Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Firptlnsurance Co..  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident "and Guarantee Co.  United Wireless Telegraph Co.  Office   at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  Scientific Tommy Rot  gether unnecessary for neither him-  sp]f nor anyone else had any doubt as  to the magistrate's indentity. Had he  offered such an explanation as we  have charitably invented for him, it  might have been charitably accepted,  but it would now seem a little too late  in the day for that. "Whom the gods  would destroy 1 hey first' make mad"  and the Penticton canine in cool April  avoears to have developed an attack  of midsummer rabies that has been  hi- undoing.  Continued fron Page One.  Now the United Wireless Telegraph  Co. holds the patent for the wireless  telephone on this continent, and as  early as May, 1907,-they had wireless  telephone installed on battleships in  the TJ\, S. navy. . In -June, 1908, when  the fieet reached Seattle there were no  less/that 28 sets of 'the! wireless telephone in operation in it and as early  as May, 1908, the company had perfected its wireless telephone to the  extent that it was., working-satisfactorily tip to 200 miles. Since then  also great advances have Jbeen made  chiefly in the direction of cheapening  the cost of construction of the instruments.'  ���������-���������.���������<���������������������������  Yet the penny-a-liners aud .the  sleepy newsgatherers iu April 1909 will  hail as wonderful the paragraph above  quoted, quite oblivious of what is going on under their noses at home.  Many newspapers also seem to think  that "Marconi" and - "Wireless" are  synonymous terms and when they!  note some happening in connection  with wirelers they write it down  "Marconi" and thus the blunders .  travel. j  If-,.  '���������   x  S. ���������  ���������     " '  -U-! ������������������   THE".-'���������ii-'-.'." ���������'      ---'���������'*  j  I  i  X  I  I  X  i  X  a?  ... Hotel  ���������'-���������������������������''' "��������� ������������������������������������-���������  ���������Princeton  GEO. KIRBY, nanager.  First Class in Every Respect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on.Penticton-,  .   ... Princeton   Stage  Line.    -  B.C.  Is noted "over the entire district for excellence of both table  :   :   :   :       and bar.    . :   :.  :   :  All tho wants of the travelling  public   carefully   attended   to.  i^ttitiwitiiir>MWtMMtit*w*taiiwitat*cae  i  Great Northern  Hotel  A now house containing more bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Table and  bar   first - class.    Rates  moderate.  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  i  X  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  x  X  X  the great Scotch comedian, will  not be in Canada this year, but he  may be heard on the Victor Gra'nr-o-phone and in your  own home. The.: following" Lauder selections are  particularly Hue:  52001���������I've Something in the Bottle  for the Morning.  52002���������I Love a Lassie.  52003���������Stop Your Tickling, Jock. ������������������-  52008- Tobermory.  52009-Killiecrankie.  :    58001���������The Wedding of Sandy McNab.  The first five selections are 75c each.and the last one lx.25.  Send for complete catalogue���������free.  BERLINER GRAM-O-PHOIYE CO. OF CANADA UNITED,  41  MONTREAL.  PflLflGE  Livery, Feed k Sale Stables  HEDLEY, B. C.  JOHN LIND,  Proprietor g  1T A good stock of Horses arid Rigs on  Hand.    II Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  a. m.  STAGE LINE  Stage daily,  leaving Hedley 8  and arriving at Keremeos at 11 a. in.  connecting with Penticton stage  aird Great Northern Railway.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phone 11.  -   INN IS  BROS.   Proprietors.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  # # # # *  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  '���������t   I  Everything New and  First-61ass  ���������Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors' and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.

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