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 ���������:.-  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. II.  No. 31.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE,  B. E. WALKER, General Manager  TORONTO  ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  RUSHING G. N. R. SURVEY.  Another Party Goes to Join Those On  Roche River.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN  THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  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 Accounts may be opened, and deposits  made or withdrawn by mail.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.  BUEEITT  M. K. RODGERS IN THE NORTH.  BA1U! ISTER,   SOLICITOR,  "NOTARY  PUBLIC,  COMMISSIONER,   ETC.  HEDLEY,  B. C  CHARLES JE. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial,  Land Surveyor.  Orders maij be left at Gazette office.  HEDLEY,  B. G.  E. H, EOGEES,,  M.A., B.C.L.  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Visits Seattle and Goes Back with Party  of Engineers.  (.Seattle Times)  M. K. Rodgers, representing the  eastern capitalists who are behind  John Rosene in the Copper River and  Northwestern Railroad project, sailed  for Capella, A hi ska, on the steamer  Santa Clara. Mr. Rodgers is accompanied hy an engineering party of  sixteen and will make a survey of the  harbor at Capella, which is on Controller Buy. He will also make a  thorough investigation into the conditions existing in that section of  Alaska so far as minerals and other  sources of prospective wealth are concerned.  It begins to look as if the Coquihalla  route for the V. V. & E. is doomed to  be rejected, suid that the route further  south, via the Roche river, Cedar Flat  and Silver Creek, is now more in favor,  offering reduced' mileage and notuis  expensive construction as that down  the Coquihalla,-which was said to involve heavy work. <'���������  On Saturday a party of Great Northern surveyors, in charge of W. F.  Miliken, who have been engaged on the  North Fork of Kettle River and also  at Phoenix in connection with work  on spurs, arrived in Hedley and stayed  over-night at the Hotel Similkameen,  on their way to Roche river.  The temporary delay on the North  Fork and San Poil is relieving the  engineering staff of the Great Northern so that a larger force can be spared  for the V. V. & E. to finish up some of  the more difficult portions of the southern route before winter sets in. <���������  Great . Northern survey'camps are  ���������now established at Cedar Flat and  other points along the loute, and many  miles of new trail have been cut by  theni to enable them to get in camp  supplies, and the work of location is  being prosecuted with vigor.  FATAL ACCIDENT.  FAIRVIEW  NOTES.  R. P. Green Killed Under Freight Wagon  ���������Chinaman Seriously Injured.  On Monday evening at some time  between six and seven o'clock, R. P.  Green, better known as " Pinky"  Green, who was driving one of D. M.  McDougall's four-horse teams, came  to his death on smelter flat, less than  a mile but of town.  His wagon was loaded with about  5000 pounds of concentrates from' the  Daly Reduction Co's stamp mill, which  he was hauling out to Penticton.  There was a Chinaman named Lee  on the wagon with him at the time.  It is not known for sure whether the  Chinaman was on the seat or in'the  wagon, underneath the canopy, but  everything points to tlie strong probability that he was not on the seat,  but in the wagon. So far as known,  it must have been about 6:15 p. in.  when he left the weigh scales at the  mill with his load, and he had only  proceeded about three-fourths of a  mile when he had evidently fallen off  the seat while the wagon was going  THINGS ARE DOING.  Important Changes Expected in Connection With Nickel  Plate  down a short grade.    One wheel passed over, him,   breaking an arm and  the  Vernon, B. C.  Edw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B.C.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Power or Light  M. J. HENRY'S  SEED  NURSERIES and  HOUSES.  Grand Union  Hotels   ^  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER & GLADDEN  Large stock of Home Groavn Fruit  and Ornamental Trees now matured  for the tall 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.   H E N R Y  3010 Westminster Road,    Vancouver.  :o:-  Civil & Mining Engineers  :0:-  /VYI1NES and  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B.C.  BOOTS and SHOES.  Don't Sit in a Draught  to Cool Off  Take a eool draught inwardly  of aiiy of our beverages.  IRON BREW  Is the most wholesome, most  refreshing and most inviting  of all thirst quenchers���������tastes  good  and  docs  you good,  SIMILKAMEEN   BOTTLING  WORKS,    : :   HEDLEY, B. C.  Metallurgists and Mining Engineers  Samples   by  H. H. Cl.AUDKT,  ROSSI. A NO.  *"*WW/WW  MINKS   AND   .MIIXS    KXAMINKI),  SAMIT.KD    AND    KMI'OKTKD     ON.  rceoive  prompt  attention. Correspondence solicited.  HOTEL  METROPOLE  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Henry Nicholson, of Camp McKin-  ney, was in town on his way home  from Vernon. He held a Court of  Revision on Monday.  D. McDougall was in town over  Sunday. ���������'"',.  Services were held in the Presbyterian church 011 Sunday, the Rev.  E. D. McLaren, of Toronto, officiating.  Messrs. Cameron and McLaren left  on Sunday afternoon for Keremeos.  Hugh Megraw, of Camp McKinney,  was in town last week.  The town is newly painted.  Chas.  Richter,  of  Osoyoos,   visited  Fairview last week.  On Monday, an immigrant train  from Washington passed through, en-  route to the Bulkley Valley.  Mrs. C. A. R. Lambley gave an " at  home" on the 8th. Among those  present were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bate,  Miss Hazel McKenzie of Cliff Ranch,  Miss Alice Maloan and Miss Pauline  Campbell. A pleasant time was spent.  Master Arthur McCuddy is son-owing because someone stole his picket  rope, which had his saddle pony at  one end and nothing at the other.  Val Haynes and H. W. Miiinguy  returned from Greenwood on Tuesday.  Master Joe Phelps was thrown from  a horse on Saturday and dislocated  his arm. ,  Dr. R: B. White and J. M. Christie,  of Penticton, were in town the latter  part of last week.  Jos. Graham has just finished an  addition to his house.  Why not list your ranch in the  Gazette. Its commissions are lower  than any real estate agent's, and it  can obtain the highest price.  J. R. Brown was visiting his family  at Horn Lake on Sunday.  Hiram Tngles, of White Lake, is endeavoring to have the post office  changed from his place to Mr. J. T.  Taylor's, because a married man is  ahead of a bachelor.  crushing in his chest,  so that death  must have been almost instantaneous.  The momentum attained by the wagon  on this grade would be slight, and in  all  probability  the   horses  would  be  pulling again on  the level road a few  yards beyond the bottom of the grade,  the  Chinaman  evidently unaware as  yet that   anything serious  had happened.    After hauling the load about  100 yards or more on level road and  making  the turn at the fence corner  without a driver,   they started-down  the long grade and side-cut leading to  the Hedley Lumber Co's mill camp,  when, with no one to guide  them or  apply the brake, the heavy load upset  over the embankment about half-way  down the grade.    At this point they  were noticed by Geo. R. Gordon,' bookkeeper for the  Hedley Lumber Co.,  who, on reaching the spot, heard cries  from the Chinaman,  but had to get  assistance to move the sacks of concentrates to get him out, after which  they proceeded to get the horses up.  Another   man   from    the   saw   mill  brought word of the accident to W.  Gillespie, who was camped on the flat  a little below the mill and who rode to  town   for   medical   assistance,    when  Dr. Whillans proceeded to the scene  of the mishap and found that Green  was dead.   Both deceased and the injured Chinaman were conveyed to the  emergency hospital, after which local  Chinamen removed their countryman  to their own quarters.    His back was  badly injured.  Deceased has Been in the district for  about 13 years, coming here from  Deep Creek, Wash., where his father  and mother still reside. He has one  sister, Mrs. D. M. McDougall, living  in Fairview. He had been married  and had three children. Mr. McDougall was communicated with at Penticton and came over next day.        ������  The funeral was held yesterday at  10 o'clock, Rev. D. F. Smith officiating.  Important developments are looked  for in connection with the operation  of the Nickel Plate and other properties of the Daly Reduction Co. and  Yale Mining Co., and the impression  that it is something altogether out of  the ordinary is heightened by the  amount of reticence that is maintained  concerning events that are transpiring.  < Following the examination of the  properties made by Walter Harvey  Weed a few weeks ago, another contingent of noted mining experts who  are understood to be acting in the  interests of their principals in New  Y'ork and, Butte came in by special  rig from Midway on Thursday last  and proceeded directly to tlie mine,  where they have taken up their temporary abode in one of the cottages  belonging to the company, and are  now engaged in making a thorough  examination and sampling of the mine.  The work is being done with such a  degree of thoroughness that evidently  preparation of a. report most  minute in its details is contemplated;  and while all attempt at obtaining in- ,  formation is most careL'ully headed oft'  at all points, this sedulous maintenance of secrecy serves only to accentuate in a greater degree the impression  that negotiations of far-reaching importance arc in active progress.  It is well known that during the  winter and early spring otters were ,-  made to purchase the property for a  for a sum which was represented as  being something over- four millions.  It is also known that the Daly Estate '  disposed of a mining property at Butte  this year, and that since the death of  the late Marcus Daly whose wonderful success as a mine operator .made  mining an attractive avenue of investment, the management of the estate  with less familiarity with or genius  for mining appear now to be more or  less handicapped in conducting operations in their mines, and find other-  classes of industrials more to their  liking.  While these circumstances' lend  color to, the assumption that these  samplings and examinations point to  a probable sale, they may "also he considered due to the prudent, caution  which the owners may be taking-before deciding on some definite scheme  for extension of the   works.  THE SIDLEY LAND DEAL.  Purchase   Made   by   W. T.  Hunter.  Details   of  KEREMEOS NOTES.  American and European Plan.  Commercial Headquarters, and convenient to Husiness Centre,  Theatres, Wharves  and Depots.  Steam - Heated,   Electric - Lighted,  Elevator and other modern  conveniences.  GEO.  L. HOWE, Proprietor  Abbot Street  When   writing    Advertisers,    Please  Mention the Gazette.  Rev. Dr. McLaren, of Toronto, Supervisor and Director of Missions of the  Presbyterian Church in British Columbia,, paid Keremeos a visit. He  came in on Sunday from Fairview  with Rev. A. H. Cameron, and held  service here, his able discourse being  enjoved hy all who heard him. Although his office is in Toronto, Dr.  McLaren is a westerner, in full sympathy with the needs and possibilities  of the west, having been for 13 years  pastor of St. Andrews church, Vancouver. While here he visited the  fruit ranches of Frank Richter and  others, which gave him a very high  estimate of the possibilities of the  Similkameen in fruit-growing. He  left on Monday for Penticton.  Messrs. N. B. Ewart and Max Ewart,  of town were in Hedley on Sunday.  Oroville had a $5000 fire recently.  Hedley and Nighthawk expect to  meet at Keremeos on Sunday to try  conclusions in baseball.  Nighthawk is likely to contribute a,  strong baseball team and also a strong  drilling team for Labor Day at Hedley  I. M. Stevens, of Manchester, England, is looking over the district. Mr.  C. E Oliver, who is thoroughly conversant with the camp is lending assistance.  Mail between Greenwood and Phoenix travels at the rate of two miles  per day. It takes three days to go six  miles, and the Pioneer is rebuked by  Mr. Ross for complaining.  Mrs. W. A. McLean, of Penticton  accompanied by her daughter and Miss  Edith Bradshaw, went to their ranch  up the river on Sunday, where they  will try the simple life for a while.  L. C. Wynne, wife and daughter  have gone to Princeton, where Mr.  Wynne will open a. branch office for  Claudet & Wynne. Mr. Wynne for a  long time was assayer at the Le Roi.  and later he embarked in business with  H. H. Claudet. Mr. Wynne and his  wife will be missed by a large circle of  I friends.���������Rpssland Miner.  Rossland Miner.  W. T. Hunter, of Greenwood, acting  for Messrs. Hunter Bros., completed a  deal for the purchase of the R. G. Sid-  ley ranch, on Anarchist mountain.  The deal included some 2,080 acres  of crown-granted land held by Sidley  for some years, and S500 acres of  range and timber land chiefly recently acquired by Sidley from the Canadian Pacific Railway company. For  the 2,0S0 acres of ranch land the consideration was $10 per acre, cash : the  price paid for the other tract has not  been made public. On the purchased  area there is the finest body of  timber to he found for many miles in  any direction. Timber is in great demand in that section and Porter Bros,  who have the timber contract for the  V. V. ������fc E. railway, are arranging to  put a large force of men at work to  take several millions of feet of lumber  off the tract.  J. Gillan is dismantling the old sawmill camp up the   river.  Charlie Dake, a printer on the staff  of the Nelson News, was spending a  month's holidays rusticating about  Princeton. He returned last Thursday and paid the Gazette, a friendly  call on the way out. The Greenwood  Ledge said he was looking up town-  sites in the Avest.  School opens on Monday, 20th hist.  Mothers, you will save money by  calling and seeing our line of Boys'  Clothing, Shirts, Caps, Suspenders,  etc., as we have the clothing at reasonable prices that will stand the rough  wear the romping boys of Hedley  give them.���������-Campbell & Shier. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   AUGUST 10,    1900.  Cbe *e4lcy Gazette  and .'-���������'���������  Similkameen Advertiser.  Issued on Thursdays, by the Hkdi.kv Ua/.kttk  I'KIKTINO AND I'UIII.ISIII.VG COMPANY,  LiMiTKD.  at Hedley,  H. C.  ply was to tiirn them loose.  He  said that the British naVy didn't  want men of their stamp,  and  that on no condition would they  be taken back, into  the  squadron.    The Prince had evidently  jread about   how  Tom  Sawyer.  ! painted' the  fence,  and   David  I Ma rum cured the baulky horse.  SITUATION   WANTED  Subscriptions in Advance  l'cr Year S'-'.UC;  Six Months   1.0(1  Advertising Rates  .Measurement, 12 lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of improvement, etc.  ������7.00 for (Xl-duy notices, and $;">.U0 for 30-day  ���������    notices. <  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, Sl.CO for one insertion, '_';*> cents for  each subsequent insertion.   Over one inch;  10- cents per line for Hrst insertion and ;"i  c juts per line for oiich subsequent insertion.  Transient-; payable in 'advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month.  ������l.;io: over 1 inch and up to I inches, ������1.00  per inch pet-month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than  four inches, on  .application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.   ���������'.-..  Advertisements will be chunked once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftoner than once a month  the   price of composition  will   be charged ,at  regular rates. '   '.-.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be, in tne ollicc by noon on Tuesday to secure  'attention for that .week's issue.  '.',���������.... '.'' ,A   MEGRAW,'  Managing Bdilor.  MM     I ���������.���������^fT.u-1-n-..^..g^a.  Full  loon .  -ith.  Last quar.  llth  Xew Moon  ���������   lilth  irst quar.  -.'(ith  If. the public had any  doubts  J as to whether Fred Peters K.C.,  'the commissioner-appointed- to  I hold the inquiry into the Pend-  ray a/iftiir. was a   Liberal,  they  lia'd that point very  effectively  settled  by  the coat   of  whitewash which lie. spread over D.  W. Hitftfins, the  writer of the  false charges in the Vancouver  World which he was appointed  to investigate... After stating.in  his report that the evidence had  proven all Higgins' -charges,-to,  b,e false, yet. the. commissioner  showed that he  was  very loth  to 'alioW'any blame to be.atta.cli-  ed to Higgins for making those  false charges.   Arid what about  the costs of the,inquiry ?    Here  it is seen that false and baseless  charges are  made against the  Chief  Commissioner ������������������ of   Lands  'j jand Works by Higgins who calls  \  ! for an investigation and claims  that he can make good -alt" his.  .The Government take'  WOM A NT COOK wants situation in Hotel or  ���������' on ranch.; Address this ofttve. .   :    31-3  NOTICE  NOTICJK is hereby given that sixty days after  date 1 intend to apply to the Honorable  the Chief Commissioner of hands and Works  for permission to purchase the following described laud, situate on the east side of Okanagan hake H. C. Commencing at the south east  corner post of M. L. Crichtoii's purchase land,  running thence south "JO chains, thence west  MO chains, thence north 20 chains, thence east  SO chains to point of commencement; comprising tlie south half of the south west quarter,  of section 15, tp. 2H, and the south half of the  south cast quarter of section Hi. tp, 2S.  KLIZA MAID.    ���������  Hated August'2nd, l!KKi.  :t(l-!l  NOTICE  SIXTY days from date hereof 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to lease for pasture  purposes the unoccupied parts of Sec. ;jo & 3(i,  Tp. 8!) Siinilkanieen Dist, containing 720 acres  more or less.      . ��������� '  CHAS. DEH. GRFEN  Dated Aug. 1st; ISKHi. 30~������  NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS  1900  AUG                1006  Sun.  Mon.  'Tu.es. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  '������������������  >  1       2       3-1  o.  (i  7  S,      0     10     11  12  13  1-1  15     10     17     18  10  20  21  22     23     21     25'���������  20  27  2S  20     30     31  Manitoba and the territories,  fro mall reports, a re a ssu red of  the biggest crop this year that  they have ever had. and all the  railways have been preparing  for months to handle the crop  with the utmost expedition.  American'papers evidently are  taking good care that as little  be said about this as possible,  and what they do say is not  calculated to act as a boost for  the country north of the forty-  ninth parallel, unless it be on  the principle that a knock is a  boost. The Spokesman-Keview  is quite sure that the drought  is severer in Canadian territory  than it is to the south, and cautions American farmers to be  careful and not leave a. country  where climatic conditions may  be more favorable than those  which they would get by. the  change. When farmers take  upon themselves to decide the  question of moving, the basis  upon which they figure is the  yeaiTy profit that can be made,  and just at present it is the farmer to the north who has the  call for the longest money-bag.  OKA LEI) TENDERS, superscribed '"Tender  *-"* , for School-house" will bo received by the  undersigned up to noon of Thursday, the Ifith  August, l!J0(i, for tlie erection and completion  of a two-room frame school-house at "1-fedley,  Siinilkanieen Electoral District, B. C.  Plans, Specifications^'contract and ,forms of  tender may be seen on and after August 7th  1000, at the offices of the Government Agent,  Fairview, of S. L. Smith, Esq., Secretary of the  nn Lie r.linllonn-o f-Viv -m invpaf-i ! School Hoard, Hedley, and at the Lands and  Up Ills Cliallenge lOl an mvest.l- ; works Department. Victoria, li. C.  gatioil and give him an inquiry I .Much proposal must be accompanied by cash  V>   .. ������     ���������..-.- A  n :'    or an accepted bank cheque or certificate or de-  berore   a   Commissioner     Of   illS ; posibon a  chartered   bank  of  Canada, made  payable to the undersigned, in the sum of ������100,  which shall bo forfeited if the party tendering  decline to enter .into contract when called upon  to do so. The cash, cheques or certificate of  deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them unon'tlic execution of the contract. The successful tenderer will bo required to furnish a bond, himself-and two sureties i  in the sum of $l,o00 each for the due fulfilment  of the work chntracted for to the satisfaction  of the Honourable the Chief Commissioner.  Upon the execution of the bond the cash  cheque or certificate of deposit above mentioned will be refunded to the contractor.  Tenders will not be considered unless made  out on the forms supplied, and signed with the  actual signature of the tenderer.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  .NEIL F. MACICAV.' ,  Deputy Commissioner of Land & Works.  Lauds snd Works Department    ���������  Victoria, li. C. 1st August, 1900.  , :io-2  own political stripe, who is compelled by the evidence to place  him with the falsifiers. Under  such circumstances the total  costs of the inquiry should be  borne by Higgins, but all the  same the province has to foot  the bill, and the commissioner  throws bouquets at the falsifier  who is the cause of it all. That  is the thanks the Government  get for their magnanimity in  appointing an opponent to conduct the inquiry.  British Columbia takesoff its  hat to Byron E. Walker. He is  prepared to give this province  its proper place in the Dominion, nor does he hesitate to tell  effete    easterners    what    that  place is.  LOCAL NEWS.  How the times change ! Students of military -law  have al-  Avays been  taught  that deser  tion was one of the most heinous  of military crimes, and one that  under certain circumstances was  to be  punished  only   with   the  death penalty.    It was a  crime  that had no  statute  of  limitations, and for which  no pardon  was to be given except during a  certain   portion  of   the  jubilee  year of the reigning  sovereign.  Thus in 1887 a proclamation was  ma.de that all deserters from the  British army and navy residing  in any part of  the   world,   who  made application at tlie war office within a certain  number of  months, would be granted a free  pardon.     In  the  whole  course  of British history only two other sovereigns, besides  Victoria,,  reigned for lifty years,   so  that  as far as  getting  a  pardon   in  jubilee year was concerned, the  British deserter was up against  it.    But now we  read   the  des  patch that Prince Henry of Bat-  tenburg, commander of the British squadron which visited Canada and the United States a few  months ago, has adopted an entirely different method of dealing with  deserters.     While  hi  New York harbor, several British Jackies  deserted  from the  squadron.     Some of them were  captured   by   civil   authorities,  and held until the Prince could  be communicated with.    His re-  Mrs. E. Nelson and children are  leaving to-dav for Spokane. F. W,  Revely will drive them as far as Oroville.  The trustees, owing to the intense  heat of last week,   extended the  holi  days for another week.  L. W. Shatford, M. P. P. went out  on Monday morning's stage for Pair-  view and before returning expected to  go over to Rock Creek.  ���������las. Stott has some line tomatoes in  his garden, a beautiful ripe red, and  yet they say that in this portion of  the Siinilkanieen tomatoes will not  ripen.  Thos. Parker of Nelson, inspector of  weights and measures,-paid Hedley a  visit last week and found that merchants and others dealing with the  public were giving sixteen ounces to  the pound and thirty-six inches to the  vartl.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  H0X.ES FRACTION Mineral Claim, situate in  .the Osoyoos Mining Division of Vale  District.   Where located:- Camp Hedley  "PAKE NOTICE that I. Chas. deDlois Green,  ���������*��������� as agent for Peter Scott, Free Miner's  Certificate Xo Do-IIiO, intend sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certilicate of improvements for the pur-  , pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  [ claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 18th day of Julyi A. D. 1!I0(1.  28���������il  C. de li. Green  NOTICE.  Ambrose McDcrmott intends to apply to the  Hoard of Licence Commissioners for the Nicola  Licence District, for. permission to transfer the  licence for the Commercial Hotel to Caws ton &  Edmond. '28-1  NOTICE.  Big- Land Deal.  The B X ranch at Vernon w.-is last  week purchased by V. C. Maddock &  Co., real estate dealers of Winnipeg  from Alex McDonald for .$70,000, and  will, he sub-divided. It is generally  considered a good buy, for the property consists of 3,000 acres, most of  which is choice land.  The seller, Mr. Alex. McDonald,  bought the ranch about five years ago  from Frank Barnard for $20,000 and  has cleared big profits on it every year  since. So it is seen to have been a  gilt-edged investment for him too.  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 Yale  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.  ClIAIU.KS DkBAKKOW.  Granite Creek. I\ Rt'ssisr.r., Agent,  (ith .June, liKXi. 2(i-3l  NOTICE.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  endin  Ant  )gA  LllgtISt   lit  l :  AT  Tin  ; JIIXK.  Maximum  Minimum  5  08  43  0  77  ���������12  7  70  52  S  78  ���������18  9  79  ���������12  10  80  38  1.1  81  53  AT  the anrx.  Maximum  Minimum  .5  (   ,  88  52  (>  ,   ,  9-1  51  7  93  51  8  t   f  81  51  9  93  50  10  91  54  11  9.1  58  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 cast corner of Section 35, Township 5j5,  Similkameen District. Required for range.  23-0 SAMUEL D. HIXIC.  Fairview. B.C..Tunc II. liKKi.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  SI'OKAXE   Mineral     Claim,    situate  in  the  Osoyoos Mining Division of  Yale District   Where   located:-   Camp  Medley.  TAKI':   NOTICE    that-1.   Charles de  Hlois  ���������*���������        Green.   Fnm   Miner's     Certificate   Xo.  H;Vi23. for myself and as agent for .1. Cory. Free  Miner's Certilicate Xo. B.'>(i2l. intend sixty days  from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Ue-  cordorfora Certilicate of  Improvements,  for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grit lit 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 21st day of .Iune, A.D. 100(1.  CdcH. GltEKX  BANK  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,660.  HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA,  H. STIICKMAN. General Manager  Reserve- $2,141,333.  MONTREAL  J. ELMSLY, Supt. of Branches  BANKING BY MAIL���������Accounts of parties living at a distance  receive our  ��������� ~:- special attention. Do|M>sitscan be made through the mail, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any time. ' A General Hanking Business Transacted.   Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  Hedley Branch,  L.G. flacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  ec9QoeooaQosoececosos>eoosoooQooooooso60oososo������  UNDERWEAR  FOR THE   HOT WEATHER  ^:x^t-iia^������i^s-j������SSJSXSse-EcncvX.7s.  ZE3T5R3SI3ISG5B3  We have a well assorted- line of Light  '' Underwear    for   the   .Summer   season  COTTON   MESH,   TWO - THREAD   BALBR1GGAN  PLAIN  BALBRIGGAN '  FANCY   FRENCH  BALBRIGGAN  ���������"���������,'���������'  ENGLISH MANUFACTURE. ALL WOOL, UNSHRINKABLE UNDERWEAR ,  COTTON,   ELASTIC   RIBBED   UNDERWEAR,'.   KNIT  TO FIT, DARK BROWN COLOR  Aix  in  Nice  Quality  and  at  Reasonable Prices.  t  t  I  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN  ���������  flEDL&y,  B. 6.   THE  LEADING  HOTEL  OF  THE  SIMILKflMEEN   VALLEY  This house  is new and  in every respect,   being  modern conveniences  phone, baths, etc.  strictly first class  equipped  with all  electric  light,   tele-  Rates moderate.  A.   McDERMOTT,  Proprietor.  J  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  TWEDDLE ������������ REITH, Proprietors.  Tenders  Wanted.  The undersigned will receive tenders  up to noon on August 20th for build-  01 hospital in Hedley,  Plans and specifications may lie  seen at the office of Sha.tford.s Limited  Tenders are to lie. accompanied with  (rash or hank cheque in the sum of  $100 as a guarantee of good faith.  The successful tenderer will be. required to furnish a bo;id, himself and  two sureties in $500 each, for due fulfilment of the work.   ..  F. H.  30-2  FRENCH  Secretary  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention.to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  NOTICE.  T1-1K I'ONTTAC COPPERMINE*, LIMITED  *��������� (Non-porsoiial liability) hereby gives notice that it intends after three months from  the date hereof to apply to the Lieutenant-Governor for an Order-111-Council changing the  name of the said Company to the "Keremcos-  Pontiac Mines, Limited," (N011 - personal  liability). ....  Dated at Rossland, 13. C, 23rd' May UJ06.  19-3m  wm, i-r.  DAN BY  SKOHE'J'AltY  County  Court Of  Yale.  SITTINGS of the County Court of Yn.lc will  be held  in Fraternity Hall,   Hedley, on  October 22nd,  and in  the  Court House, at  Princeton, on October 25th.      By Order  HUGH HUNTER  30-td Registrar THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   AUGUST 16;   1906.  3  ^visitor,  ground of  SECURE APRICOTS EARLY  As the crop is short.   "Will be in  regularly with   fruits  and   vegetables.  F, P. HOWARD  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Bahnes, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  Town and District.  Mrs. Frank Bragg went up on the  hill last week to escape the heat.  J. Gladden is doing survey work for  Messrs Wihnott and Constant up at  the Nickel Plate.  J. H. McDonald of the Hotel Hedley  is going over to Cranbrook and left by  stage yesterday morning.  Ernest Thomas   of- Penticton   whor  has been spending   several   weeks in  Princeton returned last week:  Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McDougall of  Fairview came, in on Tuesday to attend  the funeral of the late.R. P. Green.  Frank Logsdeh, sawyer for tlie Hedley Luni her Co., moved down this'  week, to his new house near the mill:  The Hedley Lumber Co's drive is  getting close to town, but the very  low water makes it <much harder to  get along than it otherwise would be.  T, D. Pickard was in town last week  having come in on a, business trip to  meet his partner, Mr. Duffy who is doing development work up Twenty  mile Creek.  An Indian boy, son of Francois of  Keremeos Creek, met with an injury  . by falling out of a tree which he had  been climbing, and was brought to  town on Monday morning for treatment.  Nick Pickard made a location last  "week on a discovery at the head of  Shoemaker Creek. The .-rock showed  considerable arsendpyrite. in quartz  tind! looked sufficiently: inviting to  . warrant some development work.  The Labor Day sports'-.committee  are sanguine of the success of the, celebration here on Sept. 3rd. and 4th.  They are at work on the -programme  and have sufficient '.cash/ in hand to  'ensure.'.good prizes for the principal  .'events.  Messrs Wihnot of Butte, and Constant of New Yorkj are this week  making a thorough examination ^ and;  ���������sampling of the Nickel Plate. Their  Ayork is said to be on behalf of stockholders in New York with a view to  the extension of the   works.  It was reported, in town last week  that the Oroville Labor Day Celebration h;id been called off. The fact  that no mention of the celebration  either by ad or news item Avas made  in last issue of the Oroville Gazette  seems to bear out the correctness of  the report.  Rattlesnakes appear to be more  plentiful this summer than they have  been for some time. Up on Ed. Burr's  ranch they have already killed about  ���������a dozen and are still killing; but the.  rattlers are nearer home than that, for  on Friday morning last Ambie Mc-  Dermott killed one in his hen yard at  the hotel Similkameen.  f Rev. A. H. Cameron, of Keremeos  lyyiis honored in a visit from Rev. Dr.  ^McLaren, and his congregations at  ; Fairview and Keremeos had the opportunity of hearing the distinguished  In addition to the common  church interest, both are  /^aJrdent free masons, Rev Dr. McLaren  Weiug   a Past   Grand Master of the  i *   "*  ijQrancl Lodge of British Columbia.  v. '-;'  '������:v;On Sunday, Mr.  T. T. Freeman, of  '.London,   Eng.,   accompanied   hy  his  ���������daughter,   were   in   Hedley on their  "way to Princeton, and were accompanied by Mr. Hickling.   Mr. Freeman is  -one  of the heaviest stock-holders in  the   Vermillion   Forks   Mining   Co.,  .'���������owning coal lands'at Princeton, and  ,,his   visit   at the present time  is re-  I'garded as indicating.a'more vigorous  policy than has yet been pursued by  the  company in opening up the coal  ���������deposits at that point.  Mr. Bradshaw reports bears more  plentiful this year than they have  been any season yet. Bears have been  seen at all points, some of them as big  as cayuses. ��������� Mr. Bradshaw, himself,  with malice aforethought and only  two cartridges in his possession, sent  ���������a bullet chasing after one big fellow  down on brushy bottom, who was pulling the bushes down to him with his  fore paws. The bullet evidently hit  him in the fore-leg, as lie went off  holding the injured member in his  mouth and getting along on three legs.  Mr. Irwin, Indian Agent, of Karn-  loops, came in on Tuesday's stage.  Mr. Irwin has not been in good health  lately, and no doubt finds his long  trip' around the reservations rather  trying.  Mr. S. Potts", of Minneapolis, came  in on Saturdays stage and is looking  oyer properties on tlie mountain, taking in - Apex Camp and adjoining  camps. Mr. Potts has been interested  in properties in Dead wood Camp, and  has a high opinion of the Boundary as  a producing.camp that has profit and  permanency both assured. A careful  examination of Nickel Plate Mountain  will doubtless show him that the same  obtains in Cainp Hedley.  f  i  K  K  K  K  *:  K  K  *������  H  K  a?  v  *  ft*  ft������  ft������  ft3  H  ft������  *������  K  ft������  K  ft������  K  *  (���������HOT E L ^  IHEDLEY|  Under   New   Management  THE BEST PROVIDED  IX KITCHEN AND BAIt  A X D E V E It Y CA11E  TAKEN FOR THE COMFORT OF PATRONS.  it Jars  Qoooeooooeocoeco  Preservi rig Season  "J  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing more bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Table and  bar   first-class.    Rates   moderate.  PETERSON rBROS & L1ND,  ���������   Proprietors.  i  %  I  i  9  ���������3  GIB BO N   and  M c D O N A L D  Proprietors  i-large stpek (if  Is now on  and  we are prepared for it with  Fruit Jars, Kettles, Sugar and all things necessary.  ' Our stock  .of Jars-comprises'all styles and sizes, at the following prices :  Half gallons  j....... '. ..at  Quarts....     ..at  Pints  .. .at  $2.50 a dozen  $1.90' a'-dozen  $1.50 a dozen  ������  (P  REVELY'S  STA B L E  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  Granulated Sugar,   100 lb. sack for .$7.75  STORES at FAIRVIEW.and HEDLEY.  5HATF0RDS, Limited  KttK&?S^&f2KXXfiGaCG&&&SttAttt,������^&&&&Sf5^W^.  I  $800 - PRIZES - $800  Hurrah !   Hurrah !   Hurrah !  FOR THE  LABOR DAY  CELEBRATION  AT  eHEDIET  MONDAY  and  TUESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 3  and  4  GOOD   PRIZES   GIVEN   FOR  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market. s=======  The V. V. <fc E. Railway Station will be in the  centre of the  town.  Now is the time to get your lots, before, the first  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.  J. .1. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $100, $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  '10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  MuDougail & 6o's  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  Horse Racing  Base Ball  Drilling Contest  Sawing Contest  A long list of Athletic Sports.  Proprietors-  ���������ALSO���������  FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting,  transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  FOR   LIST   OF   SPORTS   SEE   PROGRAMMES  DANCE and PROMENADE  WILL   BE   GIVEN   ON   MONDAY   EVENING  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ������ ��������������� # * x  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and  First-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  Try  i���������\\\\\\\\\^  EVERYBODY   COME  TWO   WHOLE   DAYS   OF   SPORT  COMMITTEE  McKinnon R. G. Shier        L. G. MacHaeeie,  Wimkler . J. Love Sec'y-Treas,  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  & N.  RY  Daily  Leave  U. hi a. m.  i).lii a. 111.  !l.l;"> a. 111.  il.l.i a. m.  MIDWAY  Spokane, Seattle,  Everett, llelling-  hain, Vancouver,  Victoria mid all  Coast points.  T)aily  Arrive  (1.10 11.n1.  Spokane. Kernie,  Winnipeg, St. Paul  Minneapolis  Grand Forks. He-  public, JMareus  (>.I0 p. 111.  (i.10 p. .111.  Northport, Hoss  land. Nelson  D.l.i a. 111.    Kuslo. Snmlon  H.10 p.iu.  0.10 p. in.  em  mm" I  CEYLON TEA.  . ������   Pure  and   Invigorating.  ft fl. WRIGHT  BOOT &  SHOE  MAKER  HEDLEY, B. C  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL LIMITED" O  Daily   Overland   Trains     .-*  From Spokane for Winnipeg,  St, Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chicago and all points   east.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  'call on  or address  C. E. Preston,  Agent, Midway, \11. C  S. G. Yerkes,  A. T. A., Seattle; Wash. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,   AUGUST. 16.   1906.  The Circulating Library.  Although the Twentieth Century  Club, which formerly took charge of  the circulating library and financed all  transportation charges, has been in a  quiescent state during the past year,  the surviving officers thereof have  acted -wisely in using the balance of  the funds in paying the freight on  another instalment which came to  hand a. short time ago.  As the Twentieth Century Club are  without funds to pay for the services  of a. librarian as formerly, the town is  indebted to Hev. H. "W. Hibbert, who  has kindly consented to take charge of  the library and give out books to those  who may desire to procure them.   Mr.  Hibbert  receives  nothing for his services in doing this work, and cannot  be expected to tie himself down to anv  special hours to be in attendance.  The  library is kept in its former quarters  in  the rear of the Methodist church,  but no attempt will be made to keep  the place open as a reading room until  some   life ( is   re-galvanized   into   the  Twentieth Century Club or some other  means are devised to provide funds to  carry-the affair oh in the way that it  was   before.   It is  very unfortunate  that interest waned in attendance at  the monthly meetings of the club and  that  members  quit paying  up   their  quarterly dues, a remissness which has  left    the   club    practically   stranded.  While it is very kind of Mr. Hibbert  to volunteer'his services in undertaking- this labor and responsibility, it is  not creditable to the town to ask him  to do so,.and we hope that those who  avail  themselves of this opportunity  to obtain books will endeavor to consult his convenience as much as possible  and not make the  task-greater  than   it need he.    Any time that Mr.  Hibbert  is at home in  afternoon  or  evening, he will-permit' readers to exchange books.  The present instalment contains the  following books :  SOCIAL  SCIENCE.  Anglo-Saxon Superiority, by Ed-  mond Demolins.  Year Book of British Columbia, 1S97,  bylL'E. Gosnoll.  Street Types of Great American  Cities, by S. Krausz.  How to (Jo-operate. Myrick Herbert.  The Great Dominion, G. -R. Parkin.  Parliamentary Government in the  British Colonies, by Alpheus Todd.  XATUKAX SCIEXCE.  First Studies of Plant Life, by G. F.  Atkinson.  Guide to Nature Study, by AL R.  Crawford.  Romance of Natural History, by  P. H. Gosse.  Darwinism and Race Progress, bv  J. B. Haycraft.  School of the Woods, by W. J. Long.  The Brook Book, by AL R. Miller.  '    Nature Biographies, by C. AL Weed.  USEFUL ARTS.  Asparagus Culture, by Jas. Barnes  and William Robinson.  Cider and Perry, by C. W. R. Cooke.  Poultry Culture, by I. K. Felch.  Peach Culture, bv .7. A. Fulton.  Practical Farm Chemistry, by T.  Grenicr.  Man-is on the Pig, by Joseph Harris.  Fences, Gates and Bridges, by G. A.  Martin.  Sugar, by Herbert Myrick.  Hedges, Windbreaks, Shelters, and  Live Fences, by E. P. Powell.  Practical Horseshoer, by T. AL Richardson.  Sfudv of Breeds, by Thomas  Shaw.  Dairyman's Manual, Henry Stewart.  Our Fanning, by T. B. Terry.  Fertilizers, by E. B. Voorhee.s.  LITEKATU".KE.  Rambles in Dickens' Land, by Roht.  Allbut.  Dante's Dream, by Alighieri Dante.  Journal of the Plague Year, hy D.  Defoe.  Ideal  Commonwealths,  H.   Alorley.  Adventures of Gil Bias, by A. R.  LeSage.  Courtship of Allies Standish, by  II. W. Longfellow.  The Use of Life,   Sir John Lubbock.  Af(-dilations, by Aurelius Marcus.  Poems, by C. G. D. Roberts.  Essays, by Adam Smith.  .DESCRIPTION  AND  TIIAVEL.  With Peary Near the Pole, by As-  trup Eivind.  Land of the Pigmies, Guy Burrows.  Cooke's Voyages of Discovery, by  Captain James Cooke.  Constantinople'and its Problems, by  H. 0. Dwight.  From Capetown to Ladysmith, by  G. W. .Steevens.  With Kitchener to Khartoum, by  G. VV. Steevens.  Good,  Safe  Hedley  Will  Make  Money  is the supply point for the Nickel Plate mountain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects. It is the mining and business  centre of the  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  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 Columbiap  HEDLEY is the chief town oil the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway; and with the advent of this road,  which is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably'  become a large and important city, and town lots will bring  big returns on money invested at the present time.  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.  For Those Who  In vest  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway Comes  For F"i-ill.''Particulars, Maps Etc.,  ' .  --/=IF������F,L>'   TO��������� ' ' -    .r  edley City Townsite Co'y,  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and Manager,  ���������HEDLEY,-By:&  FICTION.  Reign of Law, by J. L. Allen.  Sentimental Tommy,  J. AL Barrie.  The Wizard's Knot, by AVm. Barrie.  Lady  of Lynn,  by Walter Besant.  Clara Vaughan, by R. D. Blackmore.  The Miner's Right, Rolf Boldrewood.  The   Curse   of the Snake,   hy Guy  Boothby.  The Bondman, by Hall Caine.  Wormwood, by Alarie Corelli.  Children of the King, F.M.Crawford.  The Ralstons, by F. AL Crawford.  Cinderella, by S. R. Crockett.  The Leopard's Spots, Thos.  Dixon.  Rocky   Alountain   Adventures,    by  Edwin Bryant.  Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge, by  Alexandre Dumas.  Uarda, by Georg. Ebers.  Luck of Roaring Camp, Bret. Harte.  The Sca.rlet Letter, N.  Hawthorne.  Why   Not,   Sweetheart,  by J.  W.  Henshaw.  New Canterbury Tales, AL Hewlett.  School for Saints,  by J. O. Hobbes.  Birthright, by Joseph Hocking.  The Skipper's Wooing, W. W. Jacobs  The Mountain Kingdom,   by D. L.  Johnstone.  Wolfville, hy A. H. Lewis.  Grace O'Afalley,  Ruari  Alacdonald.  The.  Lady with the Rubies, by E.  Afarlitt,  Adventures of Cyrano de Bergcrac,  by H. E. Miller.  Story of the Treasure Seekers,  by  E; Nes.bit.  Captain Kidd's Alillions, Alan Oscar.  Under Two Flags, bv "Ouida."  On   Peter's  Island,   by   A.   R.   and  AL E. Ropes.  Empress Octavia, by At. J. Safford.  Voices in the Night, by F. A. Steel.  King of Honey Island, by   Alaurice  Thompson.  When 11 Witch is Young,   To make good bread you  must have good flour. If  you want the best bread  you must use the best  flour.  Ogllvie's  Royal  Household  IS THE FINEST FLOUR AIADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  af x.  -      _   ���������*  x  ff  jr  x.  *  af  a."  af  a?  a?  af  t  I  af  af  K  af  af  af  af  af  af  af  af  af  %  af  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   B.C.  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   AIEN.  TABLE and BAR FIRST-CLASS.  BATES'MODERATE.  jr  x  x  *  X  %  X  i  I  it  : FOR sale by:  SfiflTFORDS, LIMITED  ttedleij and Fairview  J  JUVENILE   HOOKS.  Alobsley's Mohicans, Harold Avery.  Robinson Crusoe,  by Daniel Defoe.  Fairy Tales, by Grimm Bros.  The   Dragon   and   the   Raven,    by  G. A. Henty.  Rangers and Regulators, Alayne Reid  Al'y Kalulu, hy H. AL Stanley.  MOGllAPHY.  Alarie Antoinette, by Sarah Tyler.  Gaspard de Coligny, by W. Besant.  Life of Charles Dickens, Jno. Foster.  Sir John Franklin, by A. H. Beesley.  Story of Gladstone's Life, by Justin  AIcArthy.  Heroes of the Great Republic.  Life of Johnson, by James Boswell.  Judas Alaccaba'iis, by C. R. Condor.  History of Wm. Penn, W. H. Dixon.  HISTORY.  Three Years War, C. R. DeWet.  Astoria, by Washington Irving.  Royal Edinburgh,: by Mrs. Oliphant.  History of the Reigns of Ferdinand  and Isabella, Vols. 1 and 2, by W. H.  Prescott.  kefebence.  Canadian Almanac, 1903.  Almanac, 1903, Joseph Whitaker.  af  af  af  af  af  af  af  af  af  af  af' %  af . s  X  X  X  X  I  EAT        j*  $     ��������� X  af  af  af  J������ WHEN YOU  Jf CAN GET  af  %  af  af  af  af  af  af  af  WHY  MUTTON  SPRING  LAMB ?  j������    Frank  B. McArthur,   -   -   Manager    T  af ��������� . '   ' ������  Af X  Hotel 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.  af  af  af  af  af  I  af  Af  af  af  af  af  af  I  PORK, VEAL and  First-Class BEEF  always   on   hand.  GAME IN SEASON  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  ������  X  X  X  i  1  s  *  I    CAWSTON    |  I   & EDHOND   I  PENT  Liven F  STABLE  ESTABLISHED  1903  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying  Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  :0:-  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  :Or-  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.


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