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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER  Vor, I.  No. 31.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1905.  00, in Advance.  <) ���������':  Methodist Church.  IIkdlky, B.C.  jpunday School at 8 o'clock.  {Kvciilng Service at 7:30 o'clock.  Kvorybody  welcome.  j L. THOMAS, Pastok.  (jflflRLES AE. SHAW  :; Civil Enoixeeii,  '    '.        Dominion   and   Pkoaixcial  v  ������      . Land Suhveyob.   ���������  Orders may be left at Gazette office) ,  ,tlEDLEy,  B. G.  ft 60RISTINB,V.S.  ���������  Consulting -      ��������� - ���������  '. '"    Veterinarian      ' ' '  l5 =====030yOOS, B.C.  Advice and'prescription by nnul,,$1.00.  Dominion Exhibition  JAS. HISLOP, ,      .^  -/���������'     Civil Engineer '  f Provincial Land Surveyor  j.     ������     #   ' *  \\ipar Leave orders at Gazette Office.  HEDLEY, B. C.  1905���������September 27 to October 7���������1905  Under the auspices of the  Royal Agkiculti;iul & ;  ��������� IjM*U8TWAi.'Society' .��������� .''      ,;l  NEW'WESTMINSTER-, B.6.  ' Stupendous and comprehensive  array of Exhibits representing  the  resources  of   all  Canada.  $100,000 53S������������K $100,000  Enlarged grounds, new,  handsome and spacious buildings- .  ON RIORDAN  MOUNTAIN  Boundary Tonnage with Twice  Boundary Values.  ALL TRIBUTARY TO TWENTY-MILE  Famous   New  Strike on the Resort.���������  Heather-clad Hills.���������Nearer Heaven  ��������� ��������� Than any Other Camp in Southern  B. C.���������Keep Your Eye on  Riordan  Mountain.  Hi S. CAYLEY, .    .  "BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR,  Hedley, B. C.  WINKLER & MOHR   '.  ':   Penticton and Princeton  'Real, Estate, and Mining Brokers.   o   Correspondence  Solicited . from  Those Having  Property to  Sell.    -  World's Championship. Events |  in   Rowing  and   Lacrosse^ - Horse  Racing, Broncho  "Busting," Mili-|  tnry Parades and Exercises.  Royal   Irish  Guards and other |  Famous Bands.'  Git and Water Carnival���������Parade!  of Fraser river fishing fleet, patrol J  boats, H. M. warships, Indian war!  canoes, etc., etc.  Indian Sports.   . 5 . .   "For all Information write TV. H. IvEAKY, |  ���������Secketauy  and  MaNAOBK,' Xew -West-  I MIXSTr.K,  B. C.  Cawston 8 Edmond  E, H. ROGERS,  .     M.A., B.C.L.  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  GILLESPIE, & flflSLAM  REAL   ESTATE.  ���������ATfO-  Insurance Agents, Conveyancers, Etc.  Next to Post Oilicc, HTSDLK Y, B. C.  Edw. G. Warren  Elejfirica] Engineer and  Contratfor  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Poaver or Light  ALLISON  C. P.-.RAILWAY TOWN  JPLTRVEYORS  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresn Meats  fisn  ^    ��������� AND      '  Fruit  Cut Rates on Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for  Latest Fruit Arrivals.  HEDLEY,    -   - ������������������'���������-   B. C.  J.  111  J:  0  I  2  0  PI  f  -:o:-  Will be in the Market in a few weeks.  r  l&/ea*clhs-������si5'C<SM-  HEDLEY,B.C.  Clocks anti Watches for Sale.  ' Now that the Great Northern is coming sure, just hustle in your jobs of  office stationery into the Gazette print  shop and get ready for your share of  the riisb.  To make good bread you  must have good Honr.  If  'ou want the iskst bread !j|  you. must use  flour.  tlie   BKST  HUEOn-E^V. B.C.  ^'Sg-:eeS&:������S-:������S-:������&&S-:SSS-*'S&SS:(&[:  W  to  m* H  v     a^    '-  ������.������  fill  ft)  ������  BOOTS & SHOES I  to  | Millinery In Latest Styles J  to ���������AGENTS FOR���������  to       MASON (H, RISCH Pianos  to  ������ Butterlck Patterns  to  to  $ DRY GOODS  FANCY GOODS  to  to  to  \������  .it  to  to  Oi   HEDLEY,        -        -        B. C  IS THE K1NEST .FLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  : for sale by:  W. T. SftflTFORD & 60.  netlleu and Fairview  maJl  Jimmy Riordan, prince of prospec-.  tors and king of > good fellows, with a.  grizzled pow over a, blithe young heart  and wiry frame, will before long be  credited with the honor of having  given to British Columbia" one of its  greatest wealth producers. <���������   .  It was in 1S91 that Reoridan no stated In a former write-up in the Gazette staked ground that covered the  greater part of the Nickel Plate for  himself .and Governor Dewdney. It  was at the. same time when, going by  a rough sketch of the country which  he had made out from information  supplied him by Pinto's son Jack a  noted ti'appor who knew the lay of the  land 'the lakes and the streams like a  book, he reached the mountain that  now beai-s his name, and after prospecting for a while discovered favorable showings and staked the Billy  Goat claim, which takes, in the pinnacle  of the mountain at an altitude of 7300  feet above sea level.' After, sampling  the two discoveries- and having assay  tests made of the' surface showings, he  obtained values-of $5.00 from the Nickel Plate and $9.00 from the Billy Goat  claim. He was ?aot prepared to hold  all and allowed the Nickel Plate staking to lapse, as he explains, for two  reasons: 1st, the Billy Goat assay gave  nearly twice the value, and it was 1000  feet nearer Heaven in altitude.  This week the Gazette paid a visit to  the mountain, picking up as pilot, J.  McKinnon, at the Nickel Plate, who  kindly showed the way to as many  properties as could be taken in on the  one day. /: ���������'. .  Riordan mountain is .situated about  six miles east and a little north of the  Nickel Plate, on the wagon road to  Penticton. Immediately south of it is  the divide between the \vu terslieds of  the Twenty-mile and Keremeos creeks  with most of the mountain" draining  into the. Twenty-mile��������� basing Of the  claims on the mountain the most important, so far as development has  shown, are those owned by Riordan  and Jno. McKinnon. J. Riordan owns  a half interest in the Billy Goat and all  of the Shamrock, After Thought and  Resort, his property covering the summit and most of the eastern and northern slopes of the mountain.  The ore is in a lime  and garnetite  gaugue,   and   carrying-    chalcopyrite,  pyrites pyrrhotite,  mispickel,   magnetite and a little galena and  hornite.  There- is'a. lime capping  over  the ore.  On.the Billy Goat a  tunnel  has been  run for 51 feet oil in ore, giving a'large |  dump of likely-looking,   foul-smelling!  stuff which contains good   values .���������in'  gold and copper, some assays going up  to $10. hut the dump, it is claimed, will  easily average between   $1!  and- $S  in  gold and between three and four  per  cent, copper. Up mi the lopnre several  large 02>en  ruts,  showing   the   dump-;  again to be al! ore,  and   one  of these  gave even higher values  than the funnel.    A feature of the top  cuts, is   the  great showing.of magnetite which will  prove a most important factor in fluxing.    Indeed tcsts-for this have shown  that the ore will practically /lux itself,  the lime, silica and   iron   being found  sufficient, to give a good fluid slag, and  a little litharge added furnishing the  button  in which the values are carried  down.    There appears to be no defined |  vein���������merely a vast mineralized  zone  that apparently   takes in  the whole  mountain,   which,   however, is  not a  large   one,   for some seven  or eight  claims cover it.  New Discovery.  A few days ago on the Resort claim,  the owner, with the assistance of a  mole, has made a new and. apparently  very important discovery. The brownish red dirt thrown out by the mole  gave the hint, and after stripping and  going through about 6 or 7 feet of lime  capping the solid ore in found similar  to the best mineralized ore found 'on  the Billy Goat. This is at a point fully  2000 feet away from the other openings  and about 700 feet.lower, in the dit-ec-  ,tion of. .Twenty-mile Inke.-'-'No assays  have yet. been obtained from this������ latest  find but the liberal allotment- of chalcopyrite showing through the ore,- as  well as some native copper apparently  leached from the capping, gives abundant evidence1 that the existence of  satisfactory values may ��������� be expected.  Indeed Jimmy considers it the best he  has, and is at present* busy opening  it up.  The .southern and western slopes of  the mountain are covered by the Grand  View and Portland, owned, by J. McKinnon, who has done considerable  surface prospecting and shown that  the mineralized zone also extends over  th(5re; and on the southern slope,.to  the east of the Grand View, is the  Homestake, bought by B. W..Northy  from J. McKinnon last year, on which  he did some work that served to show  up good ore, from which he claims to  have obtained values of $9 per ton.  Towards the bottom of the northern  slope J. Gladden has two claims upon  which a little surface prospecting has  been done, the dumps showing red in  the distance. Several now locations  were made within the last two weeks  upon which no work'has yet been done.  In a north-easterly direction from  Riordan mountain, Bobt. Stevenson  has a "group of five claims, known as  the Penticton group,, upon .which he  has done two or three assessments oh  a pyrrhotite capping.  " J. McNulty and T."Roderick'have located a couple of claims in the flat to  the east, but as j'et no work has been  done on them. .  The top and sides of Riordan mountain are covered with'gen nine heather*  which never fails to' warm up the  hearts of all ardent Scotchmen as well  as those from other parts of the British  Isles, for heather is common to them  all.  So much for the sentimental side,  but there is also the business side, and  the Gazette wishes to drive home to  all   property-owners in   Hedley  that  this trade 'from Riordan and adjoining  mountains belongs right here, and the  absence of a wagon'"road is all that is  keeping  it from   coming   here   now.  There is only a very small portion of  Riordan mountain.that does not drain  into^ Twenty-mile, and this is the  natural outlet for the ore, which should  all be smelted at Hedley.    Piezson and  Independence mountains, it is claimed,  would be best served by communication down Sixteen-mile, but the engineering difficulties of getting a workable  grade up Sixteen-mile are said  to   he  great* and if Hedley people are alive  to their interests they will  not allow  any grass to grow under their feet until the trunk road up Twenty-mile is  started.  LOUIS  W.   HILL   TALKS  The  Great  Northern is in   Canada for  Canadian  Business.  (Victoria TiniCh.) . ,  "TtioV.'Tr.&E.?" lie remarked in  reply to a, question. "Oh, yes, we're  going right ahead with it as quickly as  possible. As you are probably aware,'  we have two sections under contract,  one on the Canadian and the other on  the American side. We are working  westward from Midway to Oroville.  and from Oroville to the boundary.  Then we have a survey party in the  Hope mountains, while another party  are working from Vancouver easterly."  "How about the dreadful charge tlm t  the Great- Northern designs to bleed  this province through its railway manoeuvres ?" asked the reporter.  Mr. Hill laughed heartily. "What  rot," he exclaimed. "Wo don't do business that way. The construction of the  V. V. & E. to the coast is a business  proposition and,the Great Northern is  a'business corporation. We will co^ne  to your coast cities because we want  the Canadian trade. We couldn't do'  business in Eastern Canada by diverting that trade to Seattle or any  American port."  SUMMERLAND.  it may be of interest to your readers  to know something of the progress in  fruit culture at Sunimerland. To Mr.  J. .M. Robinson is duo the credit of reclaiming these waste uplands and  making of them a wonderful 'peach  district.  What impresses one on being driven  around is the vast area already brought  under cultivation, the great number1  of trees-planted and the extensive irrigation system in the face of great  engineering difficulties. This system  conveys ample water to the most remote parts of the land, all of which is  adapted to the cultivation of tender  fruits, including grapes of various varieties. Tomatoes are profitably grown.  Splendid organization has characterized everything, and the means'afforded for marketing the output is one of  the most important, ' with the result  that one. party'has marketed $1000 off  175 trees only 5 years old and 350 boxes ���������-  from 49 older trees at 90c. per-box.  I saw grape vines which were plant-  ed;last year, bearing fully a crate from  a. single-vine. The provincial .fruit  inspectors,-pronounce the stock all in  perfect health and free from fungus-1 ���������  growth.- They recommend .the''pur-  chase of stock from local nurseries  that are now prepared to meet the\le-  mand. ;  The Sunimerland Fruit Co.,   an  offshoot of the Sunimerland Land Co.,  contemplate the erection of a cannery.  ���������'���������'." Hedleyite.  (Concluded Xcxt Week.)  ��������� i|Q������ i ��������� .-. .���������i I..-���������  WORK STARTED ON APEX.  The   B. C.   Copper   Company   Puts  Mining   Crew.  on  Last week, work was commenced by  tlie B.C. Copper Company on the Apex  group on Independence mountain,  which they had bonded from \\~. I").  A'IrMillan and \V. J. Forbes.  The force which has been put to work  consists of six men, under the superintendence. of'M. S. Hall, and it is understood that their work, for the most  part, will bo that of getting things in  shape, for a larger crew.  Supplies were taken in from Penticton sufficient for six months.  The B. C. Copper Co. are understood  to have a working bond on the property for a year, but those who claim to  know state that there is no doubt of it  being a genuine sale.  Independence mountain lies south of  Red mountain or Nprthy mountain.  It is served by the Penticton wagon  road which can deliver goods at R. W.  Nbrfchey's camp, from which a short  trail runs over to Independence mountain over which the supplies are packed.  The properties are so near the height  of land between Keremeos creek and  the Similkameen that a height of 40ft.  is all that intervenes between them  and the Similkameen slope in the watershed of Sixteen-mile creek.  The   hospital committee appointed  some time ago  have lately shown a  few symptoms of returning animation.  In sizing up their'assets on coming to,  they found a subscription list of somewhere about $500.00 or over, hut none  of it collected. 'They   appointed two  'ladies to collect this for them,   a, task  which was duly undertaken but which  was none too pleasant, for  in" various  instances their request for the amount  of the subscription wa.s met in   a  censorious spirit that was a little bit over  due; to say the least.    The disapproval  should have been expressed at the time  the name was signed and  to the party  who presented the-  list  for  signature.  Tt is understood that  the  reason  the  committee want to get the  money  in  now is that those at the mine who subscribed early in the spring  paid  their '  money down and are   dissatisfied that  the Hedley money  has not yet boon  paid up; besides,  if tlie Government  ������p now  it  uuiy  be  re-vole,  and there-  is no time to lose.    An  old  Methodist  parson who was discussing  the question of back-sliding said that the worst  kind of a back-slider was the one who.  back-slid between the. subscription and  the payment thereof.  grant is not taken  difficult to get the  The Great Northern are still crowd  ing engineers into the Hope Mountains. In addition to the contingent  which went up last week, the flyer  brought over on Monday night W. W.  Amburn and four axemen who went  up the river next morning. ���������THK MEDLEY GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1905.  Gbe tbedlcy Gazette  ' '-and'  Similkameen Advertiser.  Issued on Thursdays, by tlie 11v.di.ky Gazktti.;  "'���������''   PlUNTINf! AN'I) PUIll.lSTUNC COMi'AVV-.  Limitkd.  ivt Hedley. B. O.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year   Six Months    ...$2.00   '..'.1.00  A   MEQRAW,  Managing Editor.   -  New Moon  2nd & 31xt.  First quar.  !,        yth-  yl������h&& yf    Full Moon  ^OsbVv     W    Last quar.  1905  '������������������;'  AUG.               1905  Sim. Mon.  Tues. Wed. Tliu. Fri. Sat.  1       2       3      4       5  6       7  8       9     10     11     12  IB     11  15     16     17     18     19  20     21  22     23     24     2.5     28  27     28  29     30     31  The way ill which the Great  Northern are pushing their surveys through the  Hope Mountains and the fact that the  tail  end of the fight at Ottawa over  the V. V. & E. question resulted  in  the  opposition  scoring   the  point that the road between the  Similkameen and the coast was  not to go into American  territory, has given undoubted evidence that we are soon to have  an all Canadian route by Hill's  line between here and the coast  cities.     So far as the Siinilkanieen  and the   Boundary   are  concerned,- nothing could have  .; worked,  out   better,  especially  when it  is practically, assured  that the grade' being obtained  is likely to be better .even than  that   between    here   and   the  Boundary,  which,  for a short  piece between Oroville and Mol-  son is said to reach 2.5 per cent.  But while  on the face it would  appear that the  C,  P. R. had  gained their contention in having the road confined to this side  of the line between here  and  the coast, the truth of the matter is that they  are  the worst  fooled people in the  whole lot.  It is a most annoying  thing to  have one's views that are  only  put forward for the sake of argument, taken  in beastly . earnest.     That is the way it is  at  present "with the C. P. R. whose  nap-doodle   twanging   on    the  parti otic fog-horn for an all Canadian route between the Similkameen and the coast is  being  taken  in   brutal dead  earnest,  and is resulting in the selection  of an all-Canadian route by the  Great Northern that will beat  the Spenee's Bridge route by 100  miles, with, a satisfactory grade.  The C.  P.   R.  evidently forgot  that all its reconnaisance work  in the Hope range "was  of no  value inasmuch as tlie  instructions  given   to  tlie    engineers  sent out were, "go and look for  a pass  but  don't  dare  to  find  any for we don't want to  build  that way."    In some  such way  as that the   "no feasible  route"  got  into   the  C. P. R.  archives  letter particularly pointed out the  gross manner in which he and his  VisSociates were misrepresented by  those who were sending lying reports  to the B. C. papers, and the. copies of  Hansard which he forwarded proved  his Contention. The editor of the  Gazette also personally wrote. W. F.  McLean the member from South York  aiid obtained his views on the question. The y.'V..& E. has no better  friend in the house than Billy McLean,,  and yet the. representative for Yale-  Cariboo in his own paper on Friday,  the lltb day of August, writes; "The  conservatives were lined up in favor of  monopoly, with three notable exceptions, R. Pringle, of Cornwall; Gns  Porter, of Belleville and Dr. Walsh',  of Huntington." There is no .change"'  whatever in tlie Gazette's position on  this railway question. " The only  change is that we now have our eyes  open to some of the lying slanders  with which we hocl' been stuffed, and  it would look a-s if no one can wield  the ram-rod more adroitly than the  editor of the Times, when any stuffing  is to be done.  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS after date, I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Land* & Works  for permission to purchase HX) acres of mountain  land, situated in vale District and Yale Division; Commencing at a postmarked P. R., N.  W. corner, ijiic mile east from hot U>2; running  ���������10 chains oust, 10 chains south, 40 chains west,  and 40 chains north, to, pointof commencement.  This land is bounded on the south by tlie Tulu-  meen river.  1'ERLKY RUSSKLL.  Dated 14th June, l!Klf>. ���������   ;   .   '     2H-!)  NOTICE.  The  Leading  House  For  Commercial  Hen.   :   :   :  Certificate of Improvements.  "STAR, OK HOPE" and '"ECLIPSE" Mineral  Claims, situate in the Ososoos Mining Division of Vale District. Where located : Yun-  cnnin Camp, 16 Mile Creek.  -TAKE NOTICE that I, C. deB. Green, as  1 agent for F. Richtcr. F.M.C. Xo. H78888, for  L.M.Lyon, F. M. C. Xo. B78857, and for James  McDoiigii.ll. F. M. C. Xo. B78S0O, intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to'apply.rto the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of- obtaining Crown Grants of the  above claims. *  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sueh Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of June, A.D. 1905.  25-9 C. deB. GREEN, Agent.  r/sc������occoooc������ccoc������cccccoocoooccocc������ocococooooc<  ������������������^;^ilANk^fe-^SV;.::;;'":  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,666...'���������-.'.-������������������_ :    Reserve^-$2,043',997.  HEAD OFFICE IX CANADA,       -       MONTREAL  H. STIICEMAX, General Manager .1. ELMSLY, Supt. of Branches  BANKING BY MAIL-^-Accounts of. parties living at-a distance  receive our ���������  special attention. -Deposits can be made through the mail, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any time.    A General Banking Business Transacted.   Draft.s issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.'  Hedley Branch,  L. G. nacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  ������6O������6eO0O0QeO0QOdQiSSCCOQeOQCO6OQO6eeOSOOGOi  (f  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  '������������������<  TDK "GLEN WOOD" 'FRACTIONAL Mineral  Claim, situated in the Osoyoos Mining  Division of Yale District.' Where located:  Camp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Chas. do Blois Green.  as agent for M. K. Kodgors, Free Miner's  Certificate Xo. B7903I, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown,.Grant of the above  claim.  .  .AND   FURTHER  take notice that action,  under section 37, .must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this (ith day of June, A.D. 1905.  24-i) C. deB. GREEN. "  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  THE "CLIMAX" and  situate   in  of   Yale District.  -   Hedley.   ^   ' 1X L\ mineral claims,  ~" vision  Camp  the Osoyoos Mining Division  Where located:  Best Only Provided for Table  and Bar.  W. J. Henderson, Prop.  NOTICE.  SIXTY   DAYS after date, I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands &��������� Works  for permission to purchase 80 acres of mountain land, situated in Yale District and Yale  Division. Commencing at a post marked F. R.,  N. E. corner; thence running north 10 chains,  west 20 chains, south 40 chains, and cast 20  chains to point of commencement. This land  lies north of.and joining Lot 151.  FRED RUSSELL  Pkki.by Russem,, Agent.  ���������Dated I-lth June, 1805. 2.'*-!)  TAKE NOTICE that I. Chas. de Illois Green,  * as agent for the Yale Mining Company,  Free Miner's Certificate Xo. B79033, intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to apply, to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, fox' the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims.  AXD FURTHER take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of sueh Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this (ith day of June, A.D. 1903.  21-9 ���������  C. deB. GREEX.  J. fl. SCHUBERT  Wholesale and Retail  General     Merchant  Groceries  Hardware  Dry Goods  Flour and Feed  Gents' Furnishings  Sash and Doors  Boots and Shoes  Lumber and Shingles  Etc., Etc.  Etc., Etc.  Stores���������HEDLEY and PENTlCtON.  Man  m  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  KTOTICE is hereby given that 30 days after  ���������" date, I intend making application to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works for permission to gazette a Public Road from my Preemption, "Record Xo. 4020," cast side of Okanagan Lake about (i miles north of Penticton, to  connect with the Kelowna trail, and about one  mile, more or less, south-west, for joining this  trail.  JOHN ROBINSON.  Penticton, B.C.. August 7th, 3905. 30-5  NOTICE.  OIXT Y days after date, I intend applying to  *"* the Chief Commissioner of Lands 6t Works  for permission to purchase 320 acres of mountain  land situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale District, described as follows: Commencing at a  post on Chute Creek, about 8 miles east of Okanagan Lake; thence north SO chains; thence  east 40 chains; thence south SO chains; thence  west 40 chains to point of commencement.  Purpose for which required : reservoir site.  L. W. SHATFORD,  per L. W. Fr.VL.w.  Penticton, B.C., June 8th. 1905. 2*-9  NOTICE.  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <������, REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  /F  OIXTY days after date, I intend applying to  *^ the Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works  for permission to purchase 320 acres of mountain  land situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale District, described as follows: Commencing at a  post on South Fork of Penticton Creek about  15 miles cast of Okanagan Lake; thence north  40 chains; thence cast 80 chains; thence south  10 chains; thence west 80 chains to point of  commencement. Purpose for which required:  reservoir site.  R. B. WHITE.  per L. W. Fini.av.  Penticton, B.C., J uric 10th. 1905. 23-9  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  and by some oversight was transcribed therefrom into 'Drink-  water's brief with the present  disastrous results.  :-:i.^'m������cj���������  The Gazette was surprised  from the Greenwood Times tli  experienced a change of lie.-ii't  railway question. The fact  tlie editor of tin1 Times has  long a hide hound party hack  seems impossible for him to  longer either fair or truthful,  the   Times   says,  the Gazette  to learn  it it had  on   the  is  that  heeii so  that  it  he  any  If,   as  Two  "BULLION." " EVENING STAR," "PRIDE"  and "GOLD HILL" Mineral Claims, situate  in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yul<; District. Where located : In Camp Ilcdlcy.  ���������"TAKF, NOTICE that I, F. W. Groves, acting  ���������*��������� asnguiit for John Groenhill, free miners  certilicate No. B7!)ifcW. L. O. Hedluiid, free miner's coi-Utlcate No. U7!l(l'.)(, and .1. A. Schubert,  free miner's certilicate No. R79209, intend, sixty  flays from date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certilicate ol Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining Crown grants of the  above claims.  And further take notice that action,  under  section 37.  must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this (ith day of July. A.D. 1005.  L'5-9 F. W. GROVES.  OIXTY days afterdate, I intend applying to  *-' the Chief Commissioner of Lands &: Works  for permission to purchase 210 acres of mountain land situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale  District, described as follows: Commencing nt  a post near lower end of upper marsh on mirth  fork of Wilis Crook and about H! miles east of  Penticton; thence north (HI chains: thence east  .10 chains; thence south (SO chains; thence west  40 chains to point of commencement. Purpose  lor which required : reservoir site.  Vv*. T. SHATFORD.  per F. II. Latimku.  Dated June 2nd, HIO.V 23-9  PATRONIZE YOUR   HOME MILLS  Ask your grocer for  Moffet's Best  rT"r ���������'" ���������'" "VMVi'iniiiMrfTrn'-rHi  and help us to help  British Columbia  by employing more men in our mills.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO., Ltd.  ENDERBY  AND   VERNON, B.C.  ^  NOTICE.  NOTICE,  months ago was strong in its denunciation of those who would bottle up the  Similkameen for years to come in the  interests of the C P. R. monopoly,"  it is not a. whit less strong today and  has nothing to take hack. From the  beginning of the session the. GuweUe  sought from the representative of  Yale-Oariboo the common courtesy  supposed to be extended, to all newspapers in the Dominion, of receiving  the. votes and proceedings of the Dominion parliament and copies of Hansard, but not a scrap of the kind has  yet been received, except two copies  of Hansard received personally from  Hon. Geo. 15. Foster in reply to a warm  letter sent him by the editor of the  Gazette remonstrating against his opposition to the'V".., V. <fe E.   Mr. Foster's  -iVfOTICK is hereby!  ���������^    date, we intend  ,'ivon that, sixty days r.ft(-r  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to  purchase the following described lauds, situate  near 15-Mile creek: Commencing ot a post  planted on .the easterly nn.i.rgin of 'Lot No. t!������7l.  Group .I, for the Osoyoos Division of Yale District. -JO chains south of the north-east angle of  s:iid Lot No. 1971. and marked '���������John McLean's  and Nigel B. Kwurt's N.W. corner", thence cast  ���������10 chains; thence south K0 chains; t.bem-e west  ���������10 chains; thence north !���������!(> chains to the place.of  beginning, containing 3-'U acres, be the same  more or less. '  Hedley. B.C.. July lath, 1905.  JOHN McLKAN  AS-!) NIGEL B. KWAU'r .  CIXTY days afterdate, I intend applying to  v3 the Chief Commissioner of Lauds K Works  for permission to purchase 240 acres of mountain land situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale.  District, described as follows: Citirimcncingjit  a post on west bank of Creek (one mile north  of Camp Creek ) about 7 miles cast of Okanagan  Lake; thence north (10 chains; thence east 40  chains: thence soul h (id chains; thence west 40  chains to point of commencement. Purpose  for which rctpiired : reservoir site.  B. A. SHATFORD,  per F. If.   LATI.MKi{.  Dated Juno 17th. 19'15. -JJ-Ji  NOTICE.  QTXTY days after date I intend to apply to  *-* the Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works  for permission to purchase 3i'0acres of mountain  land, situated in Similkameen Division of Ynlo  District: commencing at a post marked " Yeoman C.. ICitloy,. south-east corner"; thence running 80 chains north; thence 40 chains east;  thence 80 chains south; thence 40 chains west  to point of commencement.  Dated July 19, .1905.  28-9 ' Y. C. KITLEY.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  ".".ViADTIX." "MAPLK LKAF," "DAISY."  "I'l.NIO KNOT'' AXD "MINNEHAHA"  Mineral Claims: situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of Yale District. Where  located:   I'n Camp Hedley.  X-vKK XOTTCK thatT, H. S. Caylcy, acting  ���������"��������� as agent for Jno. Gladden, F. M. C. No.  B7iK)71, Ktlw. A. C. Studd, F. M.,C. No. B7il01(i,  and Chas. K. Oliver, F.M.C. No. B7H072, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate ot Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 'iCth day of July, A. D. 1005.  28-9 H. S. CAYLEY.  fV F$f\   KfS W ���������������%   y.  \Xi;i   fit   IT     Kir      A     I.UKJ  f;i"l Vi-H  11 M ���������   %������I M m i 14 A m h r*  ������ St Ih SL    iu? & hi\ i sL m M IvI sL &u  a^ Lt    ^j? & hi\ i sL m /a IvI sL &u 1  IrS E 5ZS H_ E2 V,. E5. C.  The!   LeEJCJ'Jngc  Hotel of the  S3!miltceim������������n Ti/alSjay,  ��������� -���������~~^^nxsas.^..  This House is New and First Class in Every Respect,  Being- Equipped with all Modern Conveniences���������Electric  Light, Telephone, Baths, Etc.        :       :       :       :  -a Rat������������ JVlodi&reitGx.  A. icPennoff,, Proprietor. THE, HEDLEY GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1905.  Town and District.  Mr. and.Mrs. W. A. Mclean are  visiting- at Ponticton,  Judge Leaniy died at his home in  Grand Forks last' week. -  The date for re-opening of schools  has been fixed for August 21st. Mrs.  Colbeck is expected hack this week.  The waterworks mains have been  completed on First street and excavation is proceeding along Kingston Ave.  The Misses Elsie and, Hilda Bryant  who have been staying at their father's  ranch have returned to Peiichland for  the .winter in order to attend school.  ' Mrs. Suiitheram and daughters of  Keremeos were in town last week  when Sir.-. Smitherani was looking  after property -which she. owns here.  Chas. Sparks of Vancouver is this  week introducing ' a   cigar    lighting  machine which, several of the hotels  . ' are putting in.  ,Two young lady  school    teachers,  Misses Agnes Buckle and  Ida Anderson, were" drowned in Christina Lake,  while   bathing   at   a   private   pic-nic  .   party.  ��������� Jas. Hislop, P. L. S.,' returned last  week from the lower Similkameen,  where he had been doing,work for the  : Great Northern and surveying a ranch  for W. J. Menary.  J. J. Marks is very much pleased  with the hearty support granted by  Hedleyites to the Tw.enty-inile wagon  road in the large number of signatures  obtained, and wishes to express his appreciation  of  same.  The managing director of the Southern Okanagan Land Co. calls down  the Penticton correspondent of the  Vernon News for giving out false  ' statements calculated to injure the  town.  The long dry hot spell has been  shrivelling up Twenty-mile creek until the boulders are nearly all dry.  On'Sunday a man was sent" out to  Jet out a little of the reserve supply to  help out the power.  Rev. A. J. Fowlie will hold service  " .again on Sunday evening in Mr. Schu-  '   bert's house,    'it was   thought that  Fraser's hall might be ready,  but it is  '  found necessary to impose upon the  kindnessvof Mr. and Mrs. Schubert for  another service.  The overland flyer is likely to take  in Fairview on its route. By doing so  they will doubtless pick up consider-  >" able business that theydo not get at  present,, and make things much more  convenient for those requiring to travel between Hedley and Fairview and  lietween Fairview and Osoyoos.  Jimmy Riordan informs us that the  Gazette was wrong in one minor detail of the historical write-up of the  Nickel Plate in January last, but that-  all the rest was gospel. His assistant  in staking the first' thrse claims "on  v Twenty-mile in 1894 was not Charlie  Allison but Charlie Squakim.  Messrs J.  P.  McConnel and  J. M.  Millar,  of the Jack-Mack newspaper  syndicate of correspondents, did Hedley at the end of last week, but didn't  remain long enough  to get a proper  idea of the enormous possibilities of  ',��������� this   portion   of, the    Similkameen.  ;   Their letters were being sent to Coast,  '   Winnipeg and Eastern papers.  Mr. Hislop is beginning to think  that either he is a hoodoo on stages or  stages are trying to hoodoo him. Not  long ago the hind wheel came off the  Princeton stage on the side where he  Avas sitting, and. on Friday night when  returning on the; Flyer a like experience occurred only that it was a front  .wheel which let him down this   time.  W. G. Gaunce, Mrs. Gaunce and  their neice arrived from Seattle on  Monday night. They are camping in  Midway for the benefit of their neice's  health, who has been ill for some time.  ���������Greenwood Times. The young lady  -who is referred to as a neice of Mr.  ' Gaunce, is the daughter of our townsman, Mr. Atherton, of the Hotel Similkameen.  The Hedley Orchestra organized last  Thursday evening at Miss Lowndes'  with the following officers: President,  A. IT. Brown; leader, H. A. Wright;  secretary-treasurer, Mrs. W. J. Forbes.  Practices will be held on Monday and  Thursday evening of each week. There  is a membership of six and very good  progress is being made. This is an  organisation that will contribute very  much to the enjoyment of residents.  Best wishes for its success are extended.  If the arrangements for carrying out  the program on Labor Day are half as  good as the program itself, a successful ee'iebralion well worth coming 100  miles to see. should be tlie result.  Splendid prises are being given, es-.  peciaMv .for the Hide Matches, Baseball Match. Drilling Contest and Horse  Races, .! ,ook after the little matters of  detail, gentleman. It was by careful  attention to detail that Wellington  licked Napoleon and JYlollke '.von Sedan. Organize 1'irsf and then use snap  in carrying out details.  Smith entertained   a  Scott Avenue has improved wonderfully in appearance with the work  recently put in on it.  ���������\V. J. Forbes came back on Saturday, having finished his mining, for  this year.  Mr. Dennison is the assistant accountant with Mr. S. L. Smith in, ,the  Daly Reduction Company's office.  Midway is booming. The old town  is supplemented with a tent town of  almost equal dimensions. -.  -' The Great Northern hotel opened on  .Saturday under the management of  "Peteson Bros, and Lind.  Mrs. McKay" of 'Olalla- "accompanied  Mr. and Mrs McDougall on Monday  evening.  '. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McDougall of  Olalla were in town oil Monday night  on their way to Princeton where they  will reside.  The C. P. R. claim to, have discovered a new and better route. for a portion of the Spence's Bridge and Nicola,  road.  The'second payment of $10,000 has  been ��������� made on the Sunset, Copper  Mountain. This goes into the' treasury for development work.  S. Phillip Gilnian, mining expert of  Vancouver, came in on Tuesday s stage  and will examine some properties on  the hill. He was 'accompanied by  Mr. Kilpatrick, of Oskaloosa, la.  Boundary Falls smelter is to start  up apain in September, under superintendence of W. C. Thomas of Salt  Lake with Mr. Drunmiond in charge  of the mines.  ���������  A gang of eight men went up last  week to re-inforce the Great Northern  survey parties working up the Tula-  meen. Otter and Coquihnlla. They intended to join A. E. Baldwin's party.  Among the gang .which went up  last' week for the Great Northern survey camps, the clans Cameron and  McLean were represented and a feud  broke out. It arose over a difference  caused by the Cameron taking undue  liberties with a hat on the head of  the   McLean,   and   at   one   time   it  Kromised a resort to the claymore,  low if the highbinder would stick to  the bonnet and kilt instead, of monkeying with hats and pants," the indignities done to six dollar modern day-  tiles wouldn't provoke breaches of the  peace."  J. W. Irwin and A. Megraw rode  over to Riordan Mountain on Sunday  where they saw the sights and enjoyed  the hospitality of the boss of the Billy  Goat.' Jimmy's only trouble now is  that in case the capitalists won't allow  him much longer to keep his mountain, where he will find another summer resort, and truly it is an elegant  summer resort. His cabin on the  After Thought is cosiness itself, on a  sheltered heather-clad hillside, a spring  of ice-cold water a few steps from the  door and abundance of dry wood at  hand. It was a delightful outing hut  two way-worn semi-wrecks scrambled  off their horses at the livery-barn and  wended their way up Scott Avenue,  too dead .tired to even resent sundry  vile remarks playfully thrown out on  their personal appearance.  .-t-T-  Hedley  Livery,   Feed  and  Sale Stable  HEDLEY,  B.C.  $1,000 - Prize Money - $1,000  Strictly First Class Service.  Special Attention given to  the Travelling Public.  Teaming of all kinds done.  Horses Bought arid Sold.  W. F. REVELY,  Proprietor.  LABOR DAY  CELEBRATION  Hedley, B. C.  OLIVER & GLADDEN  CiviL& Mining Engineers  YVYlNES and  REAL. ESTATE  :-%  Raekf^D  HEDLEY, B. C.  NOTICE  ALBERT THOMAS .BRYANT, of the Princeton Hotel, Princeton, intends to apply to the  Licence Commissioners for-the-Nicola District,  for permission to transfer his hotel licence to  James Wallace.  Dated at Princeton, August 9th, 1905.  31-4 Albert Thomas .Bryant  Machinery For Sale.  THE following list of second hand sawmill  machinery will be sold at a sacrifice:  1���������California No. 2, 6 x 24 planer and matcher';  1���������10 x 16 Eric engine;  ���������1���������3-hoad block carriage and truck frame with  top saw;  1���������52 in. Hoe saw; -   ..    .  1���������iO in. Hoe saw;  1���������Bull wheel rig, complete except chain.  Forvtcrms aijd further particulai's, address  C. F. PACKARD, Agent,  31-tf Hedlky, B. C.  Base Ball Matefi  Athletic   Sports  Promenade  Concert and   Dance  in Fraser's Hall.  tan  Bonk of Commeroe  CAPITALr-$8,700,000.  Total Resources (Nov.  BEST���������$3,500,000.  30, '04)���������$91,000,000.  Pentufton Branch  A Branch of the Bank is now  open at Penticton, B. C.  Princeton Branch   '  A Branch of this Bank is now  opon at Princeton, B. C.  . SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT���������Interest allowed on deposits of ������1.00 and upwards.  BMTSK.IING   BY JVlrtlB-  ��������� Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.   Special attention given to this  class of business.   ::   Drafts and Money Orders issued on all points.  A General Banking Business Transacted.  GRAND PYROTECHNIC DISPLAY OF  FIREWORKS  Prize lists and other particulars to be published later.  J. M. CHRISTIE  Manager  ���������g������������������������������  aETHiirwmn  fmiB������Mi������i������ja.MX������im-mCTg*������  TiTe  NEW  Everything   New and  First-Class.  Headquarters for^  8   MINING   SUPPLIES  8  Bar supplied with the  Choicest Liquors and  Cigars, and Special  Attention paid to the  Table.  g   DRY   GOODS  GROCERIES AND  HARDWARE I  55  (of all descriptions)  ii  $  &  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS |  CLOTHING  Mrs  ��������� !.J  few  friends one evening hist week at "The  Fir.s," anil ay a particular treat afforded tlieui, the pleasure of listening to  selections on the violin by Mrs. V.r. P.  Roilgci'S, who a!s;i gave: sever;).! vchn  selections. Hedley is indeed fortunate  in having in their midst an artiste of  so great talent and accomplishment as  Mrs. Rodger.'; whose recitals have delighted large audiences in the largest  eastern cities, and it is kind and gracious on her part to contribute in so  great a. degree to the 'pleasure of her  friends in Hedley.. As the Gazette  goes to press this week the lawn social  at "The Firs" is being held, at which  Mrs. Bodgers will again sing and play.  BOOTS   AND   SHOES g  I   MP* ������ur Goods are fcSse Best* and Owr Prices Right* g  ��������� We a he Agents for  th k Clothing that fits and -\veaus well  . T. SHflTFORD & 60.  Mlleu and Fairview, B. 6.  tte maV sris$t������al fiestgns.^Ewc (������!&���������������������������  m^s^iilflawB bo Bnc ev Espperw  ������ur mfo i$ glririly fekWv?1^  (Dm* prices are lamer fortfie garni*-.  gudVity of mfa titan elaeafoere v? ���������*������. tf1  IWi iahe our a>ortl far ii tfV&rttl us a  I sriWi^Cnieponies prove ii tfA*^  rwmtv/Mrca^ ^^j.c. '1'llM MlllbLEY GAZETTE, AUGUST, 17,. 1905.  PROPERTY  Is A Good,  Safe   Investment  And  Will  Hedley  is the supply point for tlie Nickel Plate mountain, on which is situated the famous " Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold.'mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects. It is the mining and business  centre of the  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Similkameen  tlie 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  Money  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  (Joast-Kootenay Railway:   and with the advent of this road,  which is assured in  the  ii.ear, future,   it will  unquestionably  bucomc a large, and important city, and town lots will bring   ������  big returns on' money invested at the present time.  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....   $400 to $600  Other Streets    $200 to $400.  ....TERMS....  1-3,Cash; balance in 3 and  6, months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  ,  >���������T  PllfCi  For F*ij!1 IReirticajlairsj  ^ai  ���������PIPPi-.'V   TO ���������  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  'L-'iLjt^Y*      O.  \a/������  SIMILKAMEEN  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable  Single and Double  Drivers.  le  Saddle  and  Pack  Horses.  "Wood for  Sale.  HOPKINS (&> McINNES, Proprietors, Hedley  rcial Hotel  otel Keremeos  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.  rf������Bfn.Wil������j:M������lM^jiW*WnJBig3magroa^^  HEDLEY; BC.  This hotel under new management lias been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the market. The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  HERRING & WINKLER, P^ops.  Choice   Liquors and   Cigars  always in stock.  Good Table and Comfortable  ���������      "   Rooms.  $        Ceirefsjil eitt&rxtion to wants of tr-at/e^llirsg;-  p>������1bl������c siricA regular fooeirdei-s.  The GRAND UNION is the nearest to the works of the Daly  Reduction Co., which makes it especially suited for regular boarders.  All, white help.  ESTABLISHED  3903  Pine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying  Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  :0:  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.   :        :  ���������:0:-  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  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.  Miitamwm'iaJ1 tKwmaa  CORRESPONDENCE.  In your issue of the 10th hist, you  give great -prominence to an unjustifiable attack on our member, Mr. Duncan Ross, and Liberals generally, because the Government dismissed the  postmaster at Penticton.  I, as a Liberal, and for some years a  resident of Penticton, feel that in all  justice to Mr, Ross and residents of  that place, that the facts regarding the  matter . should;- be given "publicity.  With regard's to your statement that  the spoils system- is being- introduced  into Yale-Cariboo politics, and the  warning you give ithe Conservative  postmasters, it would be well to remember that Mr. Wade held office for  9 years of the Liberal rule, and would  still have retained it had he not  moved it without the sanction of the  Government, a matter they are most  particular about.  You mention a petition of 115 signa- ,  lures and that there were only 10 in  opposition; in the latter instance your  informant has minimized with a vengeance. There may have been 115 signatures On tjie petition, but the greater  part of that nmilber was made up of  transients and non-residents, and I  might also mention that this petition  had not reached its destination until  after the government had taken action.  The information upon which you  base your attack came from someone  who is prejudiced, and is not endowed  with that estimable quality of being a  good.loser, as the mis-statements contained therein amply prove.  You state all tlie new business places  are locating on, the new lownsile; this  is  false.    The  new townsite has made  '  good progress and so has the old, with  a number of additional business places. ���������,  Only as late as the 5th .inst.  another  largo  new general store   opened, its  doors for business on the old townsite, <  thus giving it two of the three general "  stores in the town.  In order that the peopie of Hedley  may clearly understand the conditions  surrounding this dismissal, we will  siqjpose that the Daly Reduction Co.'  platted off the smelter flat as. an addition to the Hedley townsite and proceeded in an endeavor to put the old  town out of business. Their first move  was to corral the post office by inducing the postmaster to throw down the  old town and remove the post office to  their townsite. The people of Hedloy  havc held down the buvg for years and  have invested their savings in their  business and homes. They feel they  should receive some consideration as  to the location of the post office, and, ���������  as anatural consequence, lodge their  objections with the Government, and  the result is that the office is returned  to the old townsite, whew; it justly  belongs.  These were the conditions that existed at Penticton, and had Hedley to  meet the same experience do you suppose the Gazette would attack the  Government in such a rabid manner  for its action. I can draw a life-sized  picture in my imagination of the Hedley residents allowing the post office  to go across, and then to see them lined  up in a procession, headed by the Ga- -  zette's editor, niakihg-dust for smelter  flat. Thanking you for your valuable  space, I remain,  Yours truly,  ���������        '    '    T. C.Revely.     v  TUG Pioneer Carriage  Repair SHop  fiEDLEY,  B. 6.  Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of.Blacksmithing done.    :    :  GEO..fl. SPROULE,  Proprietor.  HAVE  TRIED  E'S  PER  TONIC?  Druggist* <������b  Stationer,  HEDLEY & FAIRVIEW


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