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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. II.  No. 30.  HEDLEY, B: C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SOCIALISTS AND GRITS.  Piid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  Have  an   Entertaining  Mix-up  Auditorium Last Week.  at  the  HEAD OFFICE.  B. E. WALKER, General Manager  TORONTO  ALEX., LAIRD, Asst.  Gen'l Manager  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN  THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  K>  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch  of the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits  made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid  to out-of-town accounts.  Penticton Branch  J. M. Christie, Manager.  WILLIAM E. BURRITT  BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY" PUBLIC,  COMMISSIONER,  ETC.  HEDLEY,  B. C.  CHARLES M. SHAW  Civil Engineer, ,  Dominion   and -Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  Keremeos vs.  Nighthawk.  HEDLEY,  B. G.  R.  H.  ROGERS,  M.A:, B.C.L.  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Keremeos ball-tossers went under in  i. match with the Nighthawk team on  Sunday hist, the sceire being 23 to 3 in  favor of the visitors. Tt was a good  clean game and the Nighthawk boys  were pronounced a white lot of fel-  lt)ws. Nighthawk had a battery that  was particularly strong and they were  well supported.  Daly and Turner did good work for  Keremeos but didn't receive the support from the field which they should.'  X __  Vernon," B. C.  Edw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -       B. C.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Power or Light  ffyw 'i,' r,l?:*;;���������-Jilt:���������?: ^--*x  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B. p.-  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER & GLADDEN  X  I  !.  i  i  I  !  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing more beel  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Table anel  bar   first - class.    Rates  moderate.  PETERSON BROS & LIND.  ' Proprietors.  -:o:-  Civil & Mining Engineers  /WINES etndi  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  CLAUDET & WYNNE  ASSAVEKS,   METALLURGISTS, ASP  MINING ENGINEERS.  Don't Sit in a Draught  to Cool Off  Take a cool draught inwardly  of any of our beverages.  IRON BREW  Is tlie most wholesome, most  refreshing and most inviting  of all thirst quenchers���������tastes  good   and   docs  you good.  SIMILKAMEEN   BOTTLING  WORKS,    : :   HEDLEY, B. C.  Mail orders promptly filled.  HOTEL  1YEETROPOLE  VANCOUVER, B. C.  MINKS   AND   MILLS    EXAMINED.  SAMl-i  JI)    AND    REPORTED    ON.  Samples   by  mail  rccoivo  prompt  attention. Correspondence solicited.  H. ir. -Ct.AUDKT.  ROSSLAND.  L. C. Wynne.  Princeton.  American and European Plan.  Commercial Headquarters, anel convenient to Business Centre.  Theatres, Wharves  and Depots.  Steam - Heated,   Electric - Lighted,  Elevator and other moelern  conveniences.  (Green woe*! Ledge >  Tuesday evening there was a joint  meeting in the Auditorium to discuss  public questions. Fred Haze]wood,  president of the Miners' Union, occupied ��������� the ��������� chair. The| speakers were  Duncan Ross, M.P., .T,. H. Hawthornthwaite, M. P. P., and J. R. Brown,  M. P.P. j  If those present expected to hear a  discussion of  public'questions, they  were very much elisap'pointeel.   Ne> attempt was made by the gentlemen to  formulate ,-i policy, either dominion or  provincial, that would result in benefit  to the country.   The object of each  speaker seemed to be, not the good to  the country that had resulted  from  his effen-ts in passing; legislation, but  by comparison, to show that he was  not as great a rascal   as   the   other  fellow. As tliey are behind the scenes,  and in a position to obtain information  not possible, to the' average elector, the  remarks of each of the speakers must  be considered expert testimony.   This  being so, and considering the excellent  opportunities to obtain exact data, it-  must be admitted that Mi-. Hawthorn-  thwaite had the best of the argument,  for he went farther and used coarser  language than Mr. Ross.    For "fakir"  and "politi<;al curiosity" bv Mr. Ross,  Mr. Hawthen-nthwaite-used "liar" and  "skate."   It is only fair to Mr. Brown  te> state that as a platform blackguard  he is a failure.  Mr. Hawtn.ovnthwa.ite was the first  speaker, and after a few -remarks on  Socialism, started the? ball rolling by  scorching the two old parties, with  extra time devoted, .o the Liberals,  and J.. R. Rrown came;in for a special  drubbing.  Mr. Brown followed. He devoted  the time at his disposalto,,defending  -bi**aefci������nsr'in.- ihe^ ������  occasional jab at the Socialist leader.  Mr. Ross was the next speaker.  The burden-of'his theme was Dicky  McBride and Haw'theirnthwaite. The  address was personal throughout.  Hard hits were frequent. Occasional  attempts were made at the truth, but  the speaker appeared to be unsuccessful in hitting the mark. After Mr.  Ross' speech most of the Liberals  withdrew.  Mr.   Hawthornthwaite   closed   the  meeting in a half hour of personalities,  in which Mr. Ross was not. neglected.  Then  the collection was taken up.  As graft and rascality were the principal themes throughout the meeting,  it was only a fitting conclusion that a  collection should be taken up, that the  people might have, an object lesson on  the political principles of the speakers.  The discussion throughout the meeting was a constant reminder to the  audience   that  at   least   two   of   the  gentlemen hael devoted   the   greater-  part of their time in the House to the  study   of   "graft"  in   all   its   phases.  They were not able to keep away from  the discussion of ''graft." Public questions  wore lightly   touched   on,   and  back the speaker came to the rascality  of the either fellow.    If Mr. Ross anel  Mr. Hawthornthwaite are exemplars  e>f modern political methods, the sooner they are retired the better for the  communities   which   thev   represent,  anel the country as a whole.    If after  associating  in  the  leical   anel  federal  houses with  the  best minels   in   the  province; anel dominion, they have not  been successful  in  learning to know  and appreciate the difference between  a gentleman   and a cad,   the  people  would be unwise to again return cheni  to positions in which they have not  been  useful to the country and have  failed tei improve themselves.  MR.   ROSS  PARTLY ANALYZED.  GEO.  L. HOWE, Proprietor  Abbot Street  The posters for Labor Day Celebration have been issued, anel the committee are busy making arrangements  for the sports. It is not often that a  celebration committee advertises on  its posters a smaller sum to be expended in prizes than that actually on  hand, but apparently that will occur  in connection with the Hedley Labor  Day celebration this year. The committee required the posters in colors  this year, hut that was quite within  the capabilities of the Gazette job department, which could have made the  poster four times the size if necessary,  anel added a color or two more.  Under the caption " Play Fair", Mr.  Duncan  Ross, the member for Yale-  Cariboo,  in the columns of his paper  the. Boundary Creek Times, deyotes  some time by way of reproof to the  Hedley Gazette.     Had Mr. Ross duly  considered the   whole  situation   and  refreshed his memory somewhat, the  article to which we now feel called  upon to reply would never have been  written.    Also, if any analysis of his  complaints tends to place, him in an  unenviable   light   he   will have  only  himself and a few of his over-zealous  local friends fen- bringing it upon him.  Mr. Ross assumes an injured air and  the burden of his complaint is that the  Gazette is unwilling to accord him due  credit for what he has done, or to deal  fairly with him.   Such a charge on his  part is surely not well founded, for the.  files of the Gazette will show that on  every occasion  where there was the  slightest room for it, the Gazette was  prepared to give and did give him full  credit for all he had  either done or  tried to do for his constituents.    So  much so in fact that this paper has  been accused of going out of its way  te) hand out bon-bons tei Mr. Ross that  were considered by some to be out of  proportion   to   the  service rendered.  But Mr. Ross forgets all this because  the Gazette has at times had, occasion,  in the interests of the district, to find  fault with his lack of persistence in  demanding from certain departments  the. performance of services and reforms which were due his constituents.  Aud pray when was Mr. Ross ever  fair, or generous, or even truthful to  his opponents,  or where can a more  unreasonable,   hide - bound   partizan  than himself be found on the press of  the interior?   Let him look over the  files of the Times to satisfy himself of  this.    Should that be too severe a task  to put upon him in the dog davs,  it  slumldn'tvbe- Considered too much to  ask him to re-read his letters' to the  Times-from Ottawa during the sessiem  of 1905 over the signature of "Yale-  Cariboo."   In one of those letters the  man who was being paid to look after  the business of his constituents is seen  to be spending his time hatching out  canards, with a view to disci-edit the  administration at Victoria and render  more difficult their task of restoring  Older out of the chaos in which thev  vfound matters in this province,  and  besides, to injure private members by  publishing falsehoods concerning their  business.  In one of those letters appears the  statement-that in order to-hold the  support of L. W. Shatford, M. P. P.,  McBride was bringing down a scheme  to raise a large sum of money on the  credit of the province, for irrigation,  and that a good big slice of it would  go. to irrigating the lands of the Southern Okanagan Land Co. That falsehood was reproduced in the Princeton  Star. Does Mr. Ross consider that  as "playing fair" to an opponent?  Has he made any offer to retract that  falsehood, or to apologize to those  whom he sought to injure by it ? Unlike Mr. Ross, the Southern Okanagan  Land Co were not in for graft. They  are paying for the irrigation of their  lanels anel neither asked nor thought  of asking help from any source.  Now let us examine some of Mr.  Ross' claims for credit in the matter of  right of way at Hedley, which he  complains that the Gazette is with-  holeling from him. Mr. Ross, you  know, is a hog for credit, both in the  abstract and the concrete, and is in  the habit of claiming everything in  sight.    He says:  " Last summer Mr. Kemieely, the  chief engineer of the V. V. <fc E., in-  formeel Mr. Ross that his survey was  em the opposite side of the river from  Hedley; that they couldn't get into  the town without interfering with the  C. P. R. if this Avere done. Mr. Ross  told him to go ahead, anel that he  would assist him before the minister  of railways, anel, if necessary, before  the railway commissioners. The  change was made in the survey and  submitted te> the minister of railways  for his approval."  The Gazette has hael no conversation  whatever with Mr. Kennedy of the  V. V. <fc E. as to the causes which led  him to change his line from the opposite side of the river to this side, but  from what we do know from other  sources, we are in a position  to state  DROWNING ACCIDENT.  Omer Checoine Drowned in the Similkameen River.  The drive of the Hedley Lumber Co.  which np   to  the present has  come  along this year without any untoward  accident to mar the work,  was   the  scene of a sad drowning accident on  Thursday last,  by which one of the  men, Omer Chicoine, came to his death  at a" deep point in the river near the  brewery.     The greater   part   of   the  drive  had  passed this point and was  jammed a considerable distance-below.  Checoine and another named. Frank  McSulay were working on a small jam  at the tail, of the drive, and between  this and the main jam  below there  was   a   large   space   of   open   river.  Neither of them could swim. McSulay  did not see Checoine fall in anel therefore cannot tell exactly  how it happened, but from the work in  which  he was engaged when he saw him a  few minutes before, he has no doubt  but  that the-peevy with which Checoine was working had slipped on  a  log, causing him to lose his balance  and   probably  go headlong into the  water.     McSulay's   attention   was  drawn  by cries from  Checoine, who  was struggling in the water.  He managed to get near enough the drowning  man to put a peevy in his hands twice,  but he appeared unable to retain hold,  anel  the supposition   is   that he had  either been injured in the fall or else  was being strangled with water in the  wind-pipe and thus rendered unable to '  help himself, for shortly after releasing  hold of thei' peevy the second time he  sank in about 12 or 14 feet of watt*.  The alarm was then given to the rest  of  the  drive  lower  down,' who,  by  means of a long pole, managed to recover the  body after it had been  in  the water for about twenty-five minutes.   Means were at emce taken  to  resuscitate him by trying  to induce  breathing   through   employment   of  artificial respiration, but without success.      The   body   was   conveyed   to  Hedley, where it was placed in  the  emergency hospital.  Omer Checoine, the deceased, .was  24 years of age. His home was at St.  Jean Baptiste, Rouville, P. Q., where  his stepfather, Michel Domnez, lives.  He leaves his mother, two brothers  and two sisters, all of whom still reside in the province of Quebec. He  left home about four years ago, living  for two years in North Dakota, a year  and a half in Vancouver anel a little  over six months in the Similkaineen,  anel had for companion during that  time Louis Marcott, who had known  him in Dakota, was working on the  drive with hirn and who, with Wilfrid  Quenville and ��������� Gilbau, made all arrangements for the funeral. Deceased  was careful and industrious and had  saved up about $1100, some of which  he hael banked in this province aiiel  had sent the rest home.  The funeral was held on Friday last  and was well attended. Work was  stopped on the drive for the day anel  all the men attended, the. burial service being read by Re-v. E. R. Bartlett,  in the absence of any Roman Catholic  priest, for decease-el was of the Roman  Catholic faith. During his residence  here he was always decent and well-  behaved, anel his partner, Marcot, who  hael been with him ever since, he came  west, spoke of him very highly.  Concluded on Pago Four.  Smith Curtis,  of Rossland,   was  a  passenger on Tuesday's stage anel went  on to Princeton on'Wednesday.    It is  reporteel that he has given  out that  he is making arrangements to resume  work on the Sunset.     He  is saiel  to  have an interest in the Grand Forks  corporation which   owns  the  Sunset  and which by disagreement with the  B.   C.   Copper Co.  hist fall   was   the  means of having the B. C. Copper Co.  throw up  the   bonel anel  quit  work.  Mr. Curtis is also credited with having  clesigns upon the Liberal  nomination  for  the   Similkameen,   anel   that  his  mission hither is political in its bearing rather than industrial,  although  they   might advantageously be combined,   the latter being pressed into  service as an auxiliary to the former.  Still another report gives his destination as Roche River, to sell his railway  pass (not the one he rides on the cars  with but the old C-K one that he and  O. N. Scott discovered four years ago)  to the Great Northern engineers who  are up there now hunting things like  that. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   AUGUST 9,    1006.  and  Similkameen Advertiser. ,  Issued on Thursdays, by the Hedlkv Gazcttk  PlUNTING AND PUBLISHING C'OMI'ANV.  Limited,  at Hedley, H. (-.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year $..������.  Six Month*........,.....  1.00  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of improvement. <-te.\  $7.00 for ������0-day notices, and $3.00 for 30-day.  notices.  '  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, Si.CO for one insertion, 25 cents for  each subse([uent insertion. Over one inch.  10 cents per line for lirst insertion and 5  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 4 inches, $1X0  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.  Aelvortisuments will be changed once every  month if ml vei'tiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftcner than once a month  the   price of. composition  will  be charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract ndvertiseiinonts should  he in tlie bfh'co by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A   MEGRAW,  Managing; Editor.   -  anyone possessed of- common  ! sense and common honesty to  ! see that the whole tiling was  'baseless. The report is now  j made public and goes into the  ! matter in detail. The Commis-  isioner says:  -." After carefully considering-.all the  ! evidence adduced, and J. have-been  j careful to obtain every witness who  j could give any information, I am  'clearly of opinion   that none   of   the  I charges are true, anel that the evidence  i given very clearly establishes their  j falsity, and with'regard to the whole  transaction nothing lias been done by  Mr. Green or any official in the lands  anel works department, in the slightest  degree worthy of censure."  County Court Of  Yale.  SITTINGS of the County Court of Vale will  be held   in Fraternity Hall,   Hedley,  on  October 22nd,  and  in   the  Court  House,  Princeton, on October 25th.       Hy Order  .HLGIIIILNTKK  30-Ul Registrar  According to the Greenwood  Ledge Mr. J. it, Brown M. P. P.  of that town was out-classed.  The pace set by the' other two-  was much too rapid.. It was a  neat back-handed compliment  which the Ledge paid him.  METEOROLOGICAL.  Full Moon  ,1th.  Lastepiar.  llth.  190(5  A U G  New Moon  lilth  First eiuar.  '2(!th  1906  Sun. Mon. Tiies. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.  1  2  3  5  (i  7  S  9  10  12  13  14  ' 15  1(5  17  19  20  21  22  23  21  20  27  28  29  30  31  4  11  18  25  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week,  ending August 4th :  AT THIS'MINE.    Maximum  ���������     81  73  NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS  Julv 29  '30  Aug  Am  Labor alarmists on the coast,  see, in the arrivu-l of  Hindus,  a  disturbing element in the labor  situation.     These  Hindus   are  strapping fellows  who  are  being employed in  the  sawmills  and on other heavy  work and  are said to be driving  out Chinese    and  Japanese,  and now  some whites are  taking  alarm  as it is claimed that 2000 more  Hindus are to land  in  Vancouver  this fall.     These men   are  British subjects, many of them  trained soldiers,   being reset-v  ists of the British  army in India. Surely then no narrow spirit will begrudge to these fellow  subjects the rights, in this coun  try, of British   citizenship and  all that that  proud  name  implies;  and  especially so  when  the Prestons and others of that  ilk are scouring  the  slums  of  Europe to  send  us   out either  foreign criminals like so many  of tlie Galicians, or i*eligious fanatics of the Doukhobour type  who refuse to share in the defence of tlie country.    We complain of the lack of men to build  our railways and reap  the golden harvests of the  northwest.  Every one  of those  2000 men  could be placed on works under  construction.   Then there is the  Work Point Barracks at Victoria, recently vacated by the Imperial troops, which the Canadian Government  undertook  to  garrison without duly considering how they were going to accomplish it) but thus far have  failed   to  recruit   three   dozen  men.   Canadians (although prepared to interest themselves in  militia matters and  bear  their  share in upholding the flag on  home or foreign service) do not  hanker after tlie life of the regular soldier at fifty  cents per  day  when they   can   earn   six  times thatin othei walks of life.  Why not recruit  the  regiment  from these Hindu soldiers ? The  Ghoorkas and Sikhs are among  Britain's finest troops and they  would prove as good soldiers in  British Columbia as in Hindo-  stan.     Let a Briton have a Briton's  rights and privileges,  in  Canada, be his   skin   black   or  white.  31  01  1  04  2  03  3  09  4  ..'   09  AT THE MI LI.  Maximum  29  92  30  89  31  77  1  82  2  77  3  89  4  81  Minimum  44  47  40  41  37  39  44  Minimum  ���������2  CJFALEI) TENDERS, superscribed "Tender  " for School-house'' .\viU;be,rcceivcd by the  undersigned up to noon of Thursday, the K>th  August. 1000, for the erection and completion  of a t\ve>-rootn frame school-house at Hedley,  .Similkameen Electoral District, J*. V.  Plans, Specifications, contract and forms of  tender may be seen on and after August 7th  liKXi, at the offices '-of the Government Agent,,  Fairview, of S. L; Smith, -Ks<|��������� Secretary of the  School Hoard. Hedley, and at the Lands and  'Works Department, Victoria. JI. C..  '-'���������tKach proposal must be accompanied .by cash  or an accepted bank cheque e>r certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of Canada, made  payable to the undersigned, in the sum of $100,  ���������which'shall be forfeited if the party'tendering  decline to enter into contract when called lipon  to do so. The cash, cheques or certificate of  deposit of- unsuccessful tcnelcrers'Will Jbe. returned to them unii'n the execution of the con-'  tract. The successful tenderer will be required to furnish u bond, himself and two sureties  ,in the sum of ������1,500 each for the due fulfilment  of the work chntracted for to the satisfaction  of the Honourable^ tlie Chief Commissioner.  Upon the execution of-the bond the ' .cash  cheque ovicertifieatc of deposit above mentioned will be rcfnneled to the contractor.  Tenders will luitfhc considered unless, made  out on the forms supplied, anel .signed, with the  actual signature of the tenderer.  ���������The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac-,  cepted. ��������� ' "'..'"  NEIL F. MAClvAY,  Deputy Commissioner of Land & Works. .  Lands snd Works Department .  Victoria, H. C. 1st August, liXKi.  30���������2 ���������-/���������������������������  NOTICE  50  54  44  48  48  52  LOCAL NEWS.  T. D. Pickard and I. L. Deardoif are  made commissioners for taking affidavits tinder the Provincial Elections  Act.    - ;:'"'"   Geo. Moffatt returned from the-,  coast em Tuesday, and goes to work  em the Nie:ke;l Plate, running a machine  drill. Since leaving Hedley last whites he has been working at' the Brit-  tannia. mine. ,  H. S. Scaddmg for years 0. P. R.  agent at Pentictem anel Kelowna died  suddenly iii.Tor.ontx> on ..Jidv 20th._fi-om  Injuries i-eceived while stepping off a  sti-eet car the. elay before. He died at  the resielence of his son, Dr. Sca.deling.  The Gazette, was please;el to have a  call on Saturday evening from Mr.  .John Murray of Vancouver. Although this was Mr. Murray's first  trip to Hedley he was in the Similkameen fourteen years age>, having come  over the Hope trail to Princeton. Mr.  Murray was on his way to the Uniteul  Empire mine, near One Mile Creek, to  visit W. 0. McDougall, an eild friend  of his.  Rev. D. F Smith was notified recently of his appointment as a missionary to India, anel expects to leave  Canada for his field about the middle  eif October, The mission te> which he  has been appointed will be maintained  by St. Andrews Church, Winnipeg, eif  which congregation Mr. Smith was a  member during his college course, anel  his rugged physique anel self-reliance  no elenibt contributed to a certain ele-  gree in his being chosen.  Certificate of Improvements.  HONES FRACTION' Mineral Claim, situate iu  the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale  District.   \Vhorclocated:- Camp Hedley  *|*AJ-1- NOTICE that I. Chas. doBlois Green.  * as agent for Peter Scott, Free Miner's  Certificate No H5135, intend sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements tor the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of .the above  claim. .'''������������������.."'  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must he commenced before issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 18th day of .July, A. D. 1!I0B.  28���������!)  C.'dc H. Green  NOTICE.  Ambrose Me:Dcrmptt intends to apply to the  Hoard of Licence Commissioners few the Nicola  Licence District, for permission to transfer the  licence for the Commercial Hotel to Cawston &  Edmond. 28-4  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS after date I intend to apply  to the Chief Commissioner of. Lands and  -works for permission to purchase 40 acres of  land, situated in the Yale Division of S'ale  District, commencing at the northeast corner  of lot 301 and running 20 chains cast, 20 chains  south, 20 chains west and 20 chains north to  point of commencement, for grazing purposes.  Cuaklks DkHakkow.  Granite Creek, P. RcssKLU Agent.  ,    (ith .1 line. 1000. 2B-34  NOTICE.  Tenders Wanted.  The undersigned will receive tenders  up to noon on August 20th for builel-  of hospital in Hedley,  Plans and specifications may be  seen at the office of Shatfords Limited  Tenders are to be accompanied with  cash or bank cheque in the sum of  $100 as a guarantee of goeiel faith.  The successful tenderer will be required to furnish a bond, himself anel  two sureties in $500 each, for due fulfilment of the work.  F. H. FRENCH  30-2 Secretary  TO1 OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that sixty  " days after date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands anel Works for  permission to purchase eighty acres of land for  range purposes as follows: Commencing at the  northwest corner of section thirty, township  50 in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District,  (Similkameen Land Recording District); thence  east 40 chains; thence south 20 chains; thence  west 40 chains ; thence north 20 chains. ' . ��������� ���������  Dated at Fairview this 5th of June A. D. 100(>.  22-0 '     RICHARD RUSSELL  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, 1 intend to apply to the Chief Cominissioner of Lands Ac  Works for permission to purchase the following described lanel: Commencing at a post  marked F. Daly's.northeast corner, thence running 20 chains south 40 chains west. 20 chains  north. 4o chains east to point of commencement and covering tlie N. W. i of the S. W. J of  Sec. 13 Tp. o2andicontaining 80 acres more or  Keremeos H. C. Juno ilth 1000  22-9 . F. DALY  NOTICE.  NOTICE  Even before the finding of  Commissioner Peters in the  Pendray matter, was published,  prominent Liberals in Victoria  and Vancouver admitted that  they were ashamed that such  charges had been made with no  better foundation upon which  to rest them ; for, once the evidence was all in, it was plain to  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days after  date 1 intend to apply to the Honorable  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and AVorks  for permission to purchase the following described land, situate on tlie east side of Okanagan Lake U. C. Commencing at the south cast  corner post of M. L. Crichton's purchase land,  running thence south 20 chains, thence west  80 chains, thence north 20 chains, thence east  80 chains to point of commencement; comprising the--south half of the south west quarter  of section In, tp. 28, and the south half of the  south east quarter of section 10, tp, 28.  ELIZA MA1R.  Dated August 2nd, KXXf.  30-0  NOTICE  n-p-  SIXT Y days from date hereof I intend to  ply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and AVorks for permission to lease, for pasture  purposes the unoccupied parts of Sec. 35  Tp. 8!) .Similkameen Dist, containing 720  more or less.  CHAS. DE 15. GREEN  '    Datcd'AOg. 1st, 1008. 30-0  & 36,  acres  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to purchase one hundred and sixty acres in the  north east corner of Section 35, Township 55,  Similkameen District. Required for range.  SAMUEL D.HINE.  23���������!)  Fairview, 11. C.  June 14, UK*!.  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE. I intend to up  ply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands  and v\ orks for permission to purchase 100 acre  of land described as follows: Commencing at a  post marked E. Corriga.n's northwest corner,  thence running east 40 chains, south 40 chains,  west 40 chains, north 40 chains to noint of commencement and being the N. W. { of Section 17  Tp. 54.  Dated at Keremeos June ilth liJOO  22-0 E. CORRIGAN  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  SPOKANE Mineral Claim, situate in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District. Where located:- Camp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Charles do Hlois  Green, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B5023, for myself and as agent for J. Cory, Free  Minor's Certificate No. 135024, intend sixty days  from elate hereof, to applv to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under  Section 37, .must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this _lst day of June, A.D. lilOO.  C do P.. GREEN  UNDERWEAR  FOR THE  HOT WEATHER  We have a well assorted line of Light  Underwear   for   the   Summer   season  COTTON   MESH,   TWO - THREAD   BALBRIGGAN  PLAIN   BALBRTGGAN  FANCY   FRENCH  BALBRIGGAN  ENGLISH MANUFACTURE. ALL WOOL, UNSHRINKABLE UNDERWEAR  COTTON,   ELASTIC   RIBBED   UNDERWEAR,  TO FIT, DARK BROWN COLOR  KNIT  All   in  Nicis  Quality   and  at   Reasoxahlk Prices.  CAMPBELL & SHIER  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN  ��������� ��������� HEDLEY, B. 6. ������������������   THE  LEADING HOTEL  OF  THE SIMILKflMEEN  VALLEY  This house is new anel strictly first class  in every respect, being equipped with all  modern conveniences���������electric light, telephone, baths, etc.        :  :       Rates moderate..  A.   McDERMOTT,  Proprietor.  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE (8_. REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  NOTICE.  -rilK PONTIACCOPPERMINKS,LIMIT.ED  ���������*- (Xon-personal liability) hereby gives notice that it intends after three months from  the date hereof to apply to the Lieutenant-Governor for an Or,dcr-in-Council changing the  name of the saiel Company to the '��������� Kcremoos-  Pontiac Mines, Limited," (Non - personal-  liability).  Dated at Itossland. H. C, 23rd May 1000.  19:3iii WM, H. DA NBY  SKCKKT.AIIV  NOTICE.  "VfOTICE is hereby given that 00 days afte-  ���������" date I intend to apply to the Honorable,  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,  for permission to imrcha.se 120 acres, more or  less, situated in the .Similkameen Division of  Yale District. Commencing at a point at the  North west corner of L. N. Ritchie's land, applied to puichase, thence cast 20 chains to Dog  Lake, thence north along Dog Lake 00 chains,  thence west to Indian Reserve line, thence  south along Indian Reserve lino to point of  commencement.  W.M. KlTOHIK, .In.  Per Jan. Ritchie, Ageiit.  Dated at Hiiiiiinerlund, May 12.1000. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   AUGUST 9,    1906.  Town and District.  School opens on Monday next.  Mrs. Bratlshaw of Sixteen Mile was  in town on Monday.  .1. Greenhill is suffering from a severe attack, of muscular rheumatism.  J. F.��������� Bui-he, of Kelowna, has been  appointed police magistrate in that  town.  ".-"'.���������'.;-iThe. hospital committee met on  Monday evening and advanced matters a stage.  .Tenders for tlie new school house  are asked in a neither column. They  are to be all in by the 10th ilist.  Dr. Mathison, dentist,  came in on  ���������'-..'-Saturday evening and  will  remain  in  Hedley until the night of August 17th,  J. J. Irwin,'of the Bank of B. N. A.,  started oft' last Friday on his holidays,  which he intends spending at the-  coast.  .0. de B. Green P. L. S. of Horn Lake  was in town on Thursday last on hi.s  way toGranite ('reck, where he has  some work in  hand.-  J. G. R. Cootes. electrician, is working up atthe ore; bins this week. Mrs.  Cootes is also spending a- few days on  the hill enjoying the mountain breezes.  The Green wooel Times is responsible  for the statement that R. G. Sidley, of  Sidley, B. C, has sold his ranch to  W.T. Hunter of Greenwood for $50,000.  E. A. C. Studd returned to the coast  on Friday last. Mr. Studd will reside  in Victoria where he has obtained a  situation with the British American  Trust Co.  Rev. R. W. Hibbert will hold service  in the Methoelist church on Sunday  evening next, after two weeks'absence  having returned from Keremeos in the  early part of the week.  F. M.Wells returned on Thursday  last from New York and is at present  at tlie Kingston where' it is expected  that arrangements will be made to re-  sume work before long.  - Mr. S. L. Smith, secretary of the  school boa xtl, has received from Vic-  toi-ia the plans, specificatiems and all  other matter required for tendering  on the new school building.  The Labor Day Sports Committee  .are endeaven-ing to have good baseball  here at that time. Princeton,, Keremeos, Nighthawk, Oroville and Loeimis  are all being asked to participate.  . W_.J. Hendersonjnoyeil Jiis_ lio.us.ei,  hold effects this week to Otter Flat,  Avhers he has taken the Otter Flat He>-  tel. Austin went with him. and the  rest of the family will go next trip.  Work is resumed-.this week on the  Golden Zone group. The"'owners,  Messrs Marks Broelhagen and Murphy  nieweel supplies out te> the camp last  week, anel work is   now   in   progress.  l! W. Shatford M. P. P. returned  on Thursday last very much improved  in health. He is going to try to get  oyer as much as possible eif his constituency as he can between now and  the opening of the session.  Complaints have reached us that  young grouse, barely half grown are  being slaughtered. One party is mentioned who was seen with a dozen or  so that were scarcely bigger than a  baseball. It Avill be a great mistake to  allow this sort of thing to go on.  Better make an example of a few of  these ..offenders.  Mr. anel Mrs. Sonkup gave a party  last Friday evening at their residence,  Sunnvside Ranch, in honor of the  birthday of Mrs. Soukup's eldest daughter, Miss 'Claudia Hiemillier. The evening was pleasantly spent in games and  dancing until a late hour when the  guests departed after wishing Miss  Hiemillier "Many Happy Returns of  the Day."  Murdock Mclntyre maele a record  trip to Hedle;y in the Similkameen last  week, going with his best team e>f  drivers in less than two days from  Phoenix, making 70 miles the first day  out. He went over there to bring out  his brother, William Mclntyre, who  hael been employed in the Nickel Plate  mine, but who hael been ill with lung  trouble for several months.���������Phoenix  Pioneer.  Paul Broelhagen was in town at the  end of last week, having come down  from Summit camp at the head of Sixteen Mile. On the Savage Claim in  Summit Camp in which Messrs Broelhagen, Murphy anel C de B. Green are  interested, he uncovered a new lead of  very rich ore. The vein is not large  but is of a quality which makes the  find a most important one and adds  much to the value of the property.  AVhilo we were sweltering in the heat  in Hedley Paul says that it was comfortable, in Summit Camp, and so colel  in the evenings that fires hael to be  kept burning.    The altitude is 7000 ft.  Mr. L. C. Wynne made a short halt  at Hedley on Thursday last em his way  through to Princeton where his firm'  have opened an assay office. He was  accompanied hy his wife and child,  and will henceforth make the Similkameen his home. It is Mr. Wynne's  intention to have an agent in Hedley  with whom samples.may be left to lie  forwarded, and it is understood ..that  Mr.'������������������ Gladden of Oliver and Gladden  has agreed to act for him. ���������.  C. A. H. Lam lily, S. M. government  agent at Fairview was in town on  Monday, selecting a site for the lockup.  The site chosen is lots l.'l and 14 in  block 12 on the. corner of Irene and  Cawston streets. The site, seems to be  a very goeid one for the purpose. It  is quite close to the creek and as much  out of the way of dwellings as it is  possible to have it. -The pretximity to  the creek will he a great boon to the  drunk who is sphering up.  Dr. McEwen returned on Monday  from his Coast trip. He came back  over the Hope trail and was fortunate  in meeting" in with Mr. Camsell of the  Geological survey who bore him company to McLeans af the Ashnola town  site. The doctor says that Mr. Mac-  Haffie and himself became immigration agents down in Vancouver, and  several pilgrimages over 'the Hope  trail is likely to result from their  efforts.  Mr. Gilbert was in town on Monday.  On inquiry from the Gazette as to fine  showing referred to last ..week, Mr.  Gilbert confirmed the report by saying  that it was looking particularly well.  Instead of climbing the steep trail on  Sixteen Mile, they have, made a new  trail up Fifteen Mile hy which they  can ride clear through tej the,property.  To attempt to pack up the Sixteen  Mile trail was to run the risk" of the  horse over-balancing backwards.       c  ' '���������   j. i  HOTEL *  HEDLEY|  Under   New   Management  "J  ii  THE WKHT PHOVIDKD  IN KITCHEN AND HAH  A ND.KVE H Y CAKE  TAKEN FOR THE COM-  FORT-1 OF P A T HON S.  s  I  GI B B O N   an d   i  $ McDonald!  x ^  S Proprietors 3  *��������� X  Preserving Season  Is now on anel we- are prepared for it with a large- stock-of  Fruit Jars, Kettles, Sugar and all things necessary. Our stock  of Jars comprises all styles and sizes, at the following prices :  Half gallons.  .at  $2.50 a dozen  ((- HI  REVELYS  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  11  ���������     9  Quarts at. $1.90 a, dozen  Pints '. at $1.50 a dozen      ...  Granulated Sugar,  100 lb. sack for $7.75  STORES at FAIRVIEW and HEDLEY.  SHATFORDS, Limited  Kseoosooooo  I  $800 - PRIZES - $800  Hurrah!   Hurrah !   Hurrah !  ~T  FOR THE  M  LABOR DAY  Keremeos New Tb^vriisite  Now On the Market.  The V. V. & E. Railway Station will lie in the  centre of the town.  Neiw is the time to get your lots, before the fii-st  train comes up the valley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around town site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,   Just a few  left.    Now is the time to double your money.  ^  For Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  .1. J. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $IOO,   $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  AT  eHIDLEY  MONDAY   and  TUESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 3  and  4  GOOD   PRIZES   GIVEN   FOR  &60*S  Horse Racing  Base Ball  Drilling Contest  Sawing Contest  A long list of Athletic Sports.  FOR   LIST   OF   SPORTS   SEE   PROGRAMMES  DANCE and PROMENADE  WILL   BE   GIVEN   ON   MONDAY   EVENING  EVERYBODY   COME  TWO   WHOLE   DAYS   OF   SPORT  LIVERY, FEED 6 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  -���������   .    ' ���������ALSO���������  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND    PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general' teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  a *  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors anel Cigars, anel Special  Attention   paid   tei   the    Table.  Try  M\\\\\V\\V_L  ,T. McKinxox  A.   WlXKLEK  COMMITTEE  R. G. Shier        L. G. MacHai-Vib,-  J. Love Sec'y^Ti-eas.  Vkftoria  CEYLON TEA.  Pure   and   Invigorating.  BANNEN & SMITH  General Blacksmiths and  Horseshoers  HEDLEY,       - -       - -       B. C  S.  F.  & N.   RY.  Daily  Leave  11.15 a. 111.  !).!.) a. 111.  9.15 a. m.  MIDWAY  Daily  Arrive  Spokane. Seattle,  Kvere-tt, Helling-  liain, Vancouver.  Victoria and all  I'oast points.   (J. 10 p. 111.  Spokane, Kernie,  Winnipeg. St. Paul  Minneapolis  (i.10 p. 111.  0.15 a. 111.  fl.15 a. 111.  Grand Forks, Republic, Marcus  North port.  Ross-  land, Nelson  Kaslo, Sanelon  (UO p. in.  (5.10 p. in.  fi.10 p. in.  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  r\   " ORIENTAL LIMITED" (J  "      Daily  Overland   Trains     "  < From Spokane for Winnipeg,  St, Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louiss  Chicago and all points   east.  Foi- Complete information,  ratcx, berth vese-rvations; etc.*  call on  or address  C. E. Preston,  Agent, Midway, |B. C  S. G. Yerkes,  A. P. A��������� Seattle, Wasli.  BWM-IIMIWfmillllllllllllllllllMHli THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,   AUGUST 9,  -1908.  Mr, Ross Partly Analyzed.  (,'ontinued from First Page.  positively that Mr.   Ross' claim that  it was he who cause-el him tei elo so is  absolutely without foundation anel is  clearly  the-   product ion   of Mr.  Ross'  ove-r-wee-iiiiigself-conceitand economy  of the truth.    It is not-our intention  to ask  Mr. ,-Kennedy  to   verify   any  statement which we make.     Mr. Kennedy is a man who���������attend.s strictly to  his own business anel will pay no attention  to anything outside of that;  hiit.. nevertheless.'Mi-.   Ross  is a very  foolish man to-endeavor'to place-Mr.  Kennedy in a false position, as he is  eloing in his attempt to bring unmcrit-  eel grist to his own  mill.     The only  111".II out-side thy Great Northern who  is .responsible for tlie change'of location here is M. K. Rodgers.    From the  moment   that   Mr.   Kennedy,   whose  reputation as an  engineer.demanded  that he select the route which would  give him the best road-bed on a. grade  of six-tenths of-one per e.-emt. at least  possible cost, chose  the  route across  thev river because  it  would cost   the  company. $150,(XX) less than by coming  em    this   side,     Mr.    Rodgers   never  ceased his efforts' to  have  the route  changed.     If Mr. 'Kennedy-felt   dispensed to verify this he could certainly  tell of the many conferences with Mr.  Rodgers, anel  he could  tell also that  when Mr. Rodgers was  unable to induce .him  to  make   the   change,   he  (Mr. Rodgers')-took the matter .to.St.  Paul '-and--.placed-it before Mr. Kennedy's superiors, with the result that  it was from St. Paul that Mr. Kennedy  wan directed to make the change, and  did so;   Yet Mr.  Ross, to humor his  own vanity, would  try to make the  .people believe that Mr. Kennedy was  so anxious to get away with an extra  $150,000 of Mr. Hill's 'money that all  that was necessary was for him to"he  assured of Mr. Ross' support at Ottawa,-  to induce him to elo so.    Could anything be more absurel ?'.  Mr. Ross -further says -:-"���������"-. '  "Keeping in ihinel the fact that the  .decision to defer construction in the  Similkameen was arrived at months  before the application was made for  the approval of the amended plans,  the position of the Gazette becomes  fsilly anel viciously partizan."  Now it is well known that the application for approval was made in the  middle of February, 1906, anel that  approval had been granted and .withdrawn before the end of the first week  in March. Does Mr. Ross mean to  say that "months before" this "the  decision was arrived at to defer construction in the Similkaineen" until  the track reached Oroville?-If he does,-  he is saying what we all know to be untrue, and he is taking the position that  Mr. Kennedy, Major Anderson, Mr.  Baldwin anel others in the employ of  the Great Northern were deliberately  telling untruths to people in Hedley  every month between January and  June of the present year. Readers of  the Gazette are asked to choose which  they are to believe. Is it Duncan Ross  with the reputation which he bears,  or Messrs. Kennedy, Baldwin and  Anderson ?  Instead of complaining of the treatment which he has received at the  hands of the local press, Mr. Ross  should recollect that he has been treated with courtesy and forbearance.  On the floor of the House, where  everything is supposed to be courteous,  parliamentary and proper, he had  some ugly things pokeel at him straight  from the shoulder. Is there a single  paper in Yale-Cariboo that has even  re-copied from Hansard tlieise harsh  things hurled at him on the floor of  the House, although they could say  far more themselves and keep quite  within the facts. In the columns of  the Toronto News he was described as  a "Hooligan." The editor of the News  is the biographer e>f Sir Wilfrid Lau-  rier; was for years high up in the  counsels of the Liberal party, and,  although now editing an independent  paper, is believed still to have strong  leanings te> that side. Under these  circumstances erne would think that,  for Mr. Ross, silence would be the better part.  A  Good,  Will  Make  Hedley  is the supply point for the Nieikel Plate inenm-  tain, on which is situated the famous " Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������anel many other  promising mines -and prospects. It is the mining and business  centre of the  Similkameen  the new mining district which has already been proven,' by a  small amount of development work, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-KoOtenay Railway ;��������� anel with the advent of this road,  which is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably  become arlarge and impen-tant city, and town lots will bring  big returns oh money invested at the pr?������ent time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) .";   $400 to $600  Other Streets     $200 to $400.  .... 1 Clvl'ld....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  Purchase a few Lots  Invest  Now.  the Railway Come^===_  F^or F*uIlilP&rtioLilars, Maps Etc.,  The Hedley  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and Flanager,  ��������� /*F������f������I_.V   TO ���������  Townsite Go'y, Ltd.  ���������       -       HEDLEY, B.C.  GREEN: MOUNTAIN  Haying is about over and the crop  never looked better. It was unusually heavy this season. Vegetables of  all kinds are also verv fine. ;  Miss Ella Innis, eif Keremeos, was a  visitor at Green Mountain last week.:  Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Innis, were also  visiting at Green Mountain last-Sunday, j  Mr. and Mrs. Roadhouse, of .Penticton, visited at Green Mountain last  Saturday.  Mrs. L. A. Clark was among the  visitors who attended the-W. C. T. U.  picnic at Penticton on July 31st., and  she enjoyed meeting so many ladies  whe> are interested in the work. They  have organized with about 20 mem  hers who seem to be enthusiastic over  the gooel work which they expect to  accomplish in the different lines.  They are endeavoring to start a reading room this fall. Mrs. McNeil, the  president, is full eifvim, and will see  that the interest does not lag.  To make good bread you  must have good flour.  If  you want the -best, bread  you  must use  the  best  flour.  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   B.C.  M. JI HENRY'S  SEED  NURSERIES and  HOUSES.  FAIRVIEW NOTES.  C. a. R, Lambly, government agent,  went over to the Similkaineen on  Sunday.  Mrs. W. C, Bate who has been visiting relatives in Vernon, returned  home last week.  Fairview has been enjeiying very  good health this summer and the town  seems to be outgrowing the name it  once had'for occasional small epidemics. There hasn't even been an outbreak of bad poetry.  It is reported that R. G; Sidley has  sold hi.s ranch on Anarchist Mountain,  but will retain the hotel and store.  Large stock of HoatE Grown Fruit  anel Ornamental Trees now matured  for the fall trade.  No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or inspection.  Headquarters for Pacific Coast  grown Garden, Field, and Flower  Seeds  in  Season.  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps, Whale  Oil Soap, Greenhouse Plants, Cut  Flowers, Bulbs for fall planting.  We do business on our own grounds  ��������� have no rent to pay, and are prepared to meet all competition.  Let me price your list before placing  your order.    Catalogue free.  M.   J.   HENRY  3010 Westminster Road,    Vancouver.  Royal  Household  IS THE FINEST FLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  i  f  x  K  i  X  X  X  X.  I f  X X  x .'-..���������.������  3������  ft '  X  i ��������� %  J    Frank  B. McArthur,   -   -   Manager    {  *'    ��������� 's  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING    MEN.  TABLE and BAR FIRST-CLASS.  RATES MODERATE.  : FOR sale by:  SflflTFORDS, LIMITED  fledleu and Fairview  ^rofe^^-t^tftfMfefeatt^r-tai-tft  SECURE APRICOTS EARLY  As the crop is short.   Will be in regularly with  fruits  and  vegetables.  F. P. HOWARD  HOTEL  PENTICTON  ���������avol.  Heaeiqiiartcrs for Tourist T  Kates Moderate.  A. Barnes, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  ft ft WRIGHT  BOOT &  SHOE  MAKER  HEDI.EY, B. C.  WHY  EAT  MUTTON  WHEN VOU  CAN GET  SPRING  LAMB?  PORK, VEAL and  First-Class BEEF  always   on, hand.  GAME IN SEASON  CAWSTON  & EDflOND  JO  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  I  X  X  X  %  i  X  X  X  X  ���������i  X  X  X  X  X  X  %  I  I  i  X  I  X  X  X  X  X  GEO. KIRBY, manager.  First Class  in  Every  Respect.      Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  Princeton  Stage  Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  PENTI6T0N  Livery, Feed and  STABLES  =====   ESTABLISHED 1903 :,  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  --.O:  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        ���������:        :        :  -:0:-  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.


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