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Array ct;r>\  .  AND SlMILKAit'SiEN AD'aTERTISER.  ���������   ���������' ���������?'       C^'V''  Volume IV.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY,  DECEMBER 3, 1908.  Number 47.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in "Vancoirvcr.]  S. 0. L. Co.'s Br,ocic  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C  BEAUTIFUL CLOUD EFFECT  Entrancing View of the Similkameen Valley as Seen  from the Ore Bins at Altitude of Over 5,000 Feet  W. H. T. GAHAN  ��������� Barrister,   Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.    .  Mukk Block  PENTICTON,      - ,    -      B. C.  J. W. EDMONDS  Insurance and  General Agent  Agent for Tub Great West Like Insurance Company.  PENTICTON,  B. C.  At this season of the year a pheno-1 valley almost up to the mountain tops  R. H. ROGERS,  - M.A., B.C.L.  - BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  liaenon that can scarcely he called rare  for t^pis section, may frequently he  seen ; hut it is rarely that it occurs in so  perfect form as that Avituessed on Saturday morning last.  For several days previous the Avoatli-  er both down in the valley at Hedley  and up at the Nickle Plate mine had  been clear and bright, Avith sharp  frost at nights, shewing hoar white  on the hoard Avalks in the mornings,  suggestive of slight humidity that Avas  not othcrAvise apparent, for Avith the  exception of an occasional scud scarcely a cloud AA'as to be seen.  Friday night the editor enjoyed' the  hospitality of mine superintendent  G. P. Jones at the Nickle Plate, and  Avas therefore on the ground on Saturday morning to Avitness it.  Shortly after sunrise Avhich of  course is not early at this season of  the year, the air Avas bright and sunny  as usual, hut Avhite mist filled the  valley looking soutlnvard, and a  genial warmth as balmy as a spring  morning filled the. air. About nine  o'clock, however, the Avalk doAvn tlie  track of the electric railAvay towards  the ore bins brought the Avhole valley  of the Similkameen T"o southward iu  plain view. From a point on the  track about Sunnysidos No. 2, the  scene presented Avas almost- startling  in its grandeur.    There Avas  stretched  of the ranges on either side, shutting  out all vieAv of the valley  bottom  beneath and covering  all the foot-hills  and loAver mountains, except here and  there Avhere a rounded top peeped out,  looking like islands.    To' contemplate  the scene avus to i'eel like old Noah  on  Arrarat, for someAvhere doAvn below  there,'Hedley, for its sins,' avus buried  LOUO feet deep under" a. great white  sea ; but just where it might be found  there was nothing to sIioav except the  Avhite crooked arm  of this sea that  reached up the canyon of Twenty-Mile.  The top of this dense Avhite cloud  mass reached to Avitliin about 400 feet  of the ore bins and it avus AA'ith reluctance that one boaided the loaded ore  car   on  the gravity  train to plunge  doAvn into it.   By this time also there  Avas a  tendency on -the. part of the  upper strata to" lift und'scatter, as the  car broke through it into aspaceAvhere  there avus  no floating  cloud,  and  no  sunshine;   for the  upper strata was  still sufficiently deu.se   to he impenetrable by  a single sunbeam.     Farther  down  Avhen the  car    dipped   into   a  loAver   strata   it avus  plain   that Lhe  cloud had hung here all night for every  branch and tiny tAvig  Avas clothed in  silver spangles Avith frost crystals, and  noAvhore do frost crystals take such  beautiful forms as  thosY from cloud  vapor   renting    on a  mountain side.  ALASKA-YUKON EXPOSITION  Preparations Being Made   For An Extensive Canadian  Exhibit  A.MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer, Real Estate,  Mines,  Crown    Grants ��������� Applied   For  Under Land  Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for :.'���������'-.':  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Kates Moderate.  A'. Baunes, Prop.       Penticton', B.C.  -J,      v     'i-'-^v*'*;   <  CLOUD EFFECT FROM NICKLE PLATE.  Henry's Nurseries  Now groAving in our Nurseries for.  tho Fall trade:���������  90,000 Peach, Apricot, Nectarines, Cherry, Plum, Pruno, Pear and Apple  ���������in all leading- varieties.  100,000 Small   Fruits.  10,000 Ornamental Trees, in all leading  A'arieties for B. C.  Strictly home groAvn and not subject to  damage from fumigation.  Stock of Bulbs to arrivo in August from  Japan, Franco and Holland.  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps, Seeds, Etc.  110-page CATALOGUE FREE.  Office, Greenhouses and Seedliouse:  3010 Westminster Road,  VANCOUVER,   ���������   B. 6.  out a huge white lake Avith its "rounded billows fixed and motionless," sun-  croAvned on the crests and shading  from leaden gray, on the- slopes to steel  blue in the troughs. A somewhat  similar scene is sho\*>'n in the illustration of a vieAv from the same point  taken four years ago.  But the grandest part of the whole  thing Avas not seen until the SAvitch-  back Avas reached, and another vieAv  of the same Avas obtained from the  trestle platform at the ore bins.  There stretching aAvay out score on  scores of miles to westAvard to Avhere  tlie horizon met the -snoAv-capped,  ragged-edged summits of the Cascade  range, this same Avhite cloud mass apparently   filled   up the   whole Avide  Nearing central station a slight breeze  up the valley had the cloud drifting  along the face of the mountain, and  Avhen this wind freshened sufficiently  strong to set the branches swaying a  vigorous suoav storm resulted from the  over-laden tree tops;  A short distance beloAV central  station the car again left the cloud  mass Avhen Hedley and all the valley  bottom came again into clear vitnv,  Avith nothing out of the ordinary���������only  a cloudy dry day in Hedley.  It Avas a sudden transition from fairy  land to the ordinary round of things  mundane, but it av.-is a unique experience and one Avhich Ave wouldn't  have missed for a good-deal.  , Seattle, Nov. 30���������The government of  Canada will construct a building at  the Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition  to be. held in Seattle from June 1st, to  October 10th, 1909, inclusive, covering  a ground space of 300x150 feet.  Wm. Hutchinson, Canadian Exhibition Commissioner, Avho is< noAV in  London, has been notified by the Canadian government to leave for Seattle  as soon as possible to select the site  and make arrangements for the construction of the building. It has been  definitely known.for some time that  the govern men t of Canada Avould participate in the big fair, but this is the  first official information regaiding thu  scope of the plans.  In a letter to President J. E. Chil-  berg, Commissioner Hutchison states  that it will not be possible, for him to  leave London before January 1st, and  requests the exposition management^  to select at site that Avould be- best  aA-ailahlo for Canada. He also requests ground plan;, of the exposition  in,order that the'nutline of Lhe building may be Avorked out before his arrival in Seattle.  The announcement that the government of Canada Avill be represented on  such a large scale as the size of the site  desired indicates, has aroused general  interest throughout the State of Washington. Jt is apparently the intention  to make a complete exhibit of all the  varied resources of Canada, and the  building will also house the display  from the Yukon Territory. Tlie space  Avhich it"is supposed to cover will be  the largest occupied by any one building on the grounds.  The mild climate conditions of the  Puget Sound country���������Seattle never  suffers from extremes in heat or cold���������  makes it possible to construct buildings  in the avinter Avithontany great difficulties and the Canadian government  Avill have no trouble in completing its  exhibit Palace tAvo months in advance  of the opening of the fair if the avoi-k  is started in January.  There are three available sites that  may be used for the Canadian building.  One is located adjourning Machinery  hall on one side and the- Forestry  building on the other and overlooking  lake Avashington. Another is a large  tract next to the California-state build-  and also overlooking Lake Washington  and the third is beloAV the geyser basin  and at tho lower end of the string of  maiu exhibit palaces, overlooking both  Lake "Washin  ton and Lake Union.  GOOD AD FOR B. C.  Industries of the Province shown by Moving Pictures In London, England.  HAS CLIMBED ANOTHER NOTCH  United Wireless Telegraph Goes to $22.50  Per Share on Morning of Dec. nth.  fc^fcfcfcfc5fcfc&fcW������a^^W'������&^W*fca<2  a? X  X  X  X  :?  X  X  X  K  X  X  X  K  K  x  K  x  K  x  K  f  x  X'  X  X  X  X  X  X  s  HOTEL  HEDLEY  Under   New   Management  . Quiet and Convenient  Si'EcrAiv Attention Gia'e.v  to the TuAA'Er.i.iNO Public   Rates Moderate   X  I  5  X  X  X  X  VANDER J. ROSE   $  x  Proprietor *  S?l%������W"W������^^It?r%W^^^^������H������^^-VWS I "��������� k'lt longer.  The local representative of United  Wiieless Telegraph received orders  this Aviii'k- to make no more sales after  December 10th at $20.00 per share.  The neAV price AA'hich is to take effect  on the morning of 11th December is  $22.50 per share or a. premium of 125  per cent, on the par A'alue of the stock.  The basis upon Avhich the stock is  advanced is present earning poAver of  the company and the month just past  has witnessed the greatest expansion  in the company's business of any  month since it started���������not quite tAvo  years ago. No less than thirty-one  neAv steamships were equipped Avith  Wireless last mouth 011 the Atlantic  coast alone, and on the Pacific coast  neAv contracts are. being made Avith  ships faster than the company's fac-  ories can turn out the equipment.  Were it not for this most pressing  demand for expansion, the stock Avould  be taken off the market, but rapid expansion, requires money, and hence  stock Avhich they would much prefer  to keep in the treasury will be sold for  HE SETS NO TIME  Chief Engineer Kennedy of the V.V. & E.  Gives Little Information.  Vancouver papers in noting the presence in that city of Mr. Kennedy get  some accurate  railAvay geography  of  the district to date, but no  peep  into  the    immediate   future.       About    a  month ago or  more the same papers  claim to have got Pat Welsh  in   toAV  and Avert; able to go into the  question,  future, past and present.    They claim  that he enlightened  them  on  certain  questions about Avhich the people here  Avould like very much  to  knoAV,  even  going  so much  into  detail   that  the  time for completion of track-laying to  Hedley Avas specified.    But  of course  reporters on city dailies are sometimes  thought capable of dra-Aving  on   their  imagination and Mr. Welsh  may  not  have said all that was credited to him.  Evidently Mr. Kennedy avus taking  no chances of misconstruction and  Aveighed well his Avoids. The Province reports him thus:  "Mr. J. H. Kennedy, chief engineer  of the V. V. & E. railAvay, a portion of  the Great Northern system, is a guest  at the Hotel   Vancouver.     Mr.  Ken-  The. choice of one of these three locations will be offered to Canada  through commissioner Hutchison.  Ground plans and all of the necessary  data have been prepared and foi-Avard-  ed to him at London an/l it is expected  the commissioner Avill be in shape, to call  for bids for the construction of the  building within a short time after his  arrival in Seattle.  A novel and up-to-date way of advertising British Columbia is daily to  be seen at the Crystal Palace, near-  London, a resort which, all avIio frave  visited the metropolis know, is visited  daily by an immense crowd of sightseers. "The advertisement consists of  moving pictures shoAving British Columbia scenes as Avell as many glimpses,  of our leading industries in  operation.  Among the picturesshoAvn -ire'photo- ���������  graphs of saAvmill at Avork cutting up  logs from the giant Douglas fir; others;  depict operations in the logging camps-  and the Londoner gazes open-mouthed  at the dexterity and speed Avith Avhich  the immense trees are handled by the*  help of donkey engines and block and  tackle. Next- come the canneries and  the audience is taken through all the  process from the catching of the fish  to the last operation of sealing and labelling the salmon cans. The mines  are similarly treated.  Nor are the agricultural and horticultural interests neglected. The great  firm af photographers Avhich lead all  others in Europe in the moving picture  business, had-its best photographers in  the various parts of the province, this  summer. Some of them Avent to the  orchaids and berry picking, apple  packing and other sights, familiar to  the fruit groAA-er are produced on the  sheet and arouse intense interest  among the visiLors at the Crystal Palace. The sIioav is being given in the  electric theatre and no extra charge is  made and enormous croAvds are seeing the moving pictures every day.  Capt. the Hon. Mr. TatloAv,   Avho is  iioav   visiting  England,  AA'ent to the  Crystal Palace to see Avhat kind of an  exhibition was heing given.    He  took  a particular interest in it and he arranged for the photographers to come  out, and in a general way superintended their itinerary,   although  the  idea  was originally suggested by Mr. Turner, the agent general.' A. letter was  received from  him yesterday by the  premier and in it the finance  minister  says that the pictures are very good  and   meeting Avith  immense success.  It   is   generally considered both   an  effective and an up-to-date Avay of advertising the  country and gives the  homestaying Englishman a better idea,  of Avhat British Columbia is really like  than he could ever gain,  except by  coining out in person, Avhich it is hoped  that a great many will do.  Altogether  the  experiment seems to be an  unqualified success and after the engagement at the Crystal Palace is over the  pictures will be exhibited at tlie   chief  London music halls.���������Nelson News-  THE CHRISTMAS ROD AND   GUN  Tho Canadian exhibit will include a  display of its agriculture and horticulture, its mining resources will be  shoAvn and special attention Avill be  given to dairying and some of tlie finest stock in the Avorld will be shown in  this display.  In his letter commissioner Hutchison  states that the Avork of collecting the  various exhibits has been under Avay  for several months and the entire display will be assembled three months in  advance of the opening of the expos  ition.  nedy's   present  headquarters   are   at  Keremeos,   in  the   Similkameen  district.      Tlie   road is  graded  twenty  miles   beyond  to Hedley,   where  the  Nickle Plate mine is located.    It iioav  extends several hundred miles through  Canadian territory. At Laurier, B. C,  in the boundary district,  it joins  the  Hilllineruuningnorth from Spokane.  Vancouver   will  ultimately be lined  Avith the Kootenays and Boundary as  soon as the  line  betAveen S minis and  Keremeos is built.  Full of good things is the   December  (Christinas Number) of "Hod and Gun.  and Motor Sports in Canada," published by  W. J,   Taylor,  at Woodstock.  Ont.    A specially Avritten  and  finely  illustrated account of  the  trip  taken  in the Avoods by the Premier and Sur-  A'eyor-GcneraJ of Noav   BrimsAvick.   at  the invitation of the organized  guides,  of the Province, open an exceptionally  good  number,   the  high standard  of  Avhich    is    maintained     throughout.  Sportsmen    of    all    classes   may  be  recommended to the well Avritten  and  informative article on the Importance-  of Taxidermy.     Ancient Indian  customs is a fine  reminder of  the difficulties the Indians experienced in   the  matter of obtaining a living before the  advent of the Avhite man to the North  American   continent.     Physical   culture at Home is the first of a series  of  articles    by an   expert on  a   subject  Avhich cannot fail to interest all sportsmen.    In the Spirit of the North   Avill  be found some line verses,  every  line  appealing with strong force  to  every  lover of the Avild but attractive   north  country.    Those are but samples of tlie  many good things dealing with   every  phase of sport in Canada, to be   found  betAveen the covers  of a  number surprising in both  quantity  and quality  the best yet giA'en by this leading Canadian magazine.    The illustrations are  specially   notable    and   attractive in.  this line Christmas issue. THE   HEDLEY,GAZETTE, DECEMBER 3,"-1908.  hir  m.  A^"  &  i>4*-t -;.'i>yj  and '������������������'������������������������������������":'  SimilkameeJv Advertiser.  Tunned on Thursdays, by the Hi'Dl.i'V Oazkttk  I'INfl AMI 1'um.isiiiNi!  Li.MiTKU.  at Hedley,  Co.au;  B. C.  .A xv.  mm> b6dWELL'S> ARGUMENT  Subscriptions in Advance  Per A'ear '.'... .;......  -   '.       ::-d States).'........   . .'vertising Rates  M< -        -mut. 12 lines to tho inch.  Land Noli. :.���������;������������������; Vvtillcatos of improvement, etc.  S".(H) uh- (i'>dayf notices, and ������5.00 for 30-day  notice*..  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding ono  inch. Si.OH ior one insertion, 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch,  10 cents pot- line for first insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  ^l.y.i; over 1 inch and up to 1 inches, ������1.00  per iuch per month. To constant advertisers  taking lai-gor space than four inches,.oh  application, rates Avill be given of reduced  charges, based on sine of space and length  of time.  AilvcrfcijKiiiionlis Avill be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. -For changes oftcnor than once a month  the  price of composition Avill be charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the oilii-o by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that Aveok's issue.  A. MEQRAAV, M.anajjlnj' Bditor.  Full Moon .'  7th  Last quar.  15..  190S  DEC.  Ncav Moon  .-���������.....     23  First quar.  30.  190S  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  G  is  20  27  7  14  21  23  1.  15  22  2;i  16  23  30  3  1!)  17  21  31  4,  11  IS  It is unfortunate that the  supreme' court of British Columbia did not show more active  sympathy with the motion of  ! the province to have a legal op-  linion from the court on the  question of British Columbia's  rights in the Indian lands that  Avere turned over in trust to the  dominion for the use of the Indians. It is true they did consent, but in no gracious mood,  to listen to the argument of E.  V. BodAvell who had been retained by the province to present its case and press for tin  opinion. As Mr. Bodwell stated  in presenting the case, he had  given due notice to the dominion authorities and requested  them to employ counsel to represent them, and-he Avas disappointed that they had not  seen tit to do so. In his. argument Mr. Bodwell went exhaus  tively into the question of British Columbia's reversionary interest in these Indian lands given  by them at the time of the  British, Columbians will pur- i  chase and use the Muskoka!  stamps as well as their OAvn.       j  THE BANK OF  12  10  28  WHO'LL GET THE PORTFOLIO?,  Over a month has j)assed since  the general election and still no  move appears to have'been-made  to fill the   vacant port-folio v of  mines.    Why   there  should  be  any delay about it is a little surprising,    for the most natural  arrangement would be  to provide n seat for tlie only man in  sight for tlie job.    That man undoubtedly  is the former  minister Wm. Templeman.    British  Columbia    has a claim on  the  premier for that port-folio, and  this claim, he once  admitted by  appointing Mr.   Templeman  to  the position  some three  years  ago.    There is no apparent reason    why    the    defeat of   Mr.  Templeman by the narrow majority which left him out, should  debar him from again filling the  office,   especially  when   parliamentary usage not only sanctions such a course but points  to it.    That defeat was merely  the fortunes of war.   There are  two survivors it is true���������Ralph  Smith and-Dr. Sloan who represent B. C. constituencies, but  both    look like   impossibilities  for   a  score  of reasons.     The  OttaAva seat is vacant and could  be made available if the premier  would only say the word; and  Mr. Templeman as member  for  Ottawa  would be as   much a  British Colombia minister as if  lie represented Victoria.     British Columbia, both conseiwatiA'e  and liberal, had  reason  to  feel  some   pride   in the fact   that  Avhen Mi'. Templeman formerly  filled the post, he was one of the  very few clean ministers that Sir  Wilfrid Laurier had in his cabinet.     Mr.  Templeman's, home  life Avas clean, and if any charge  of graft could be made  against  him the Gazette has not heard  of it.     If   Sir   Wilfrid   really  wants British Columbia to have  that portfolio he can  make no  mistake in holding on to Templeman as the best available timber in sight.   Laurier in spite of  mistakes   is   personally   clean,  and he should show a  preference for clean ministers by retaining in his cabinet those who  are  clean.  union, only for theuse and ben-  of the Indians as long as they  or their descendants were alive  (to occupy the lands. The contention of the province is, of  course, that as soon as the  lands cease to be occupied by  the Indians they revert to the  province.  Then again the Peace River  lauds and those in the raihvay  belt add complications to the  question, and it is most desirable that the supreme courtof  the province should place themselves on record either one way  or the other in giving an .interpretation of the various statutes  and agreements effecting the  case.  In fact it shows the utmost  confidence on the part of the  provincial government in the  strength of their case Avhen  they thus seek to bring it before  the British Columbia court,  comprised as it is, almost  Avholly of the appointees of the  federal government against  Avhom their case is urged.  There were four justices of the  supreme court who heard the  argument and whether they  will deliver a decision on the  question, after their reluctance  at hearing the argument at all,  remains to be seen. What with  pronounced opposition of men  like Templeman and Ross, in  all matters where the interests  of the province conflict with  those of the Dominion, and this  tendency on the part of the  supreme court to show the  marble heart, poor B.C. appears  to be up against it.  The proposed introduction of j  the closure at Ottawa is a blow'  aimed at one of the fundamen-j  tal principles of the British eon-;  stitutiou, and a menace to the ;  liberty and rights of the people.  Yet Ave are told that the premier of Canada intends to introduce it in the Canadian House  of   Commons   because of   his  anger at being thwarted in an  attempt to   interfere with the  franchise i-ights of the people of  Manitoba and British Columbia.  The right to furnish supply,  and to present grivance before  granting supply, has been for  centuries the palladium of the  people's liberty, which  "Lance and torch and tumult,  steel and gray-goose aving.  Wretched, inch and ell and all,  .....-��������� .sloAvly from the King."  If any pretext could be offered for the introduction of the  closure in Canada, the defeat of  the Aylesworth bill in the  memorablie session ,of 1908  should be the last one; for if  ever an opposition was justified  or to be com mended for killing  a shameful measure by falling  back upon that old constitutional right,  it was when  the  obnoxious clause of the Ayles-  Avorth bill was with-drawn because of.-the.fight put up against  it, and no act that Sir Wilfrid  Laurier may do Avould have the  effect of tarnishing his public  record, in the years to come, as  the1 employment of the closure  at this juncture.  1908  Paid Up Capital ������1,000,000 Sterling.  Every Banking Facility offered to Farmers, Cattlemen,  Miners and Lumbermen.  Sales,iS/qtes handled on, most favorable terms.  Money sent to any point by Money Order, Draft or Telegraph Transfer.  Money advanced to reliable men. at reasonable rates.  Hedley Branch,  L. G. MacHaffie, Manager  HARNESS and SADDLES  BITS' and SPURS.  PS,  ftEDLE  '  BOOTS and SHOES MADE TO ORDER  Harness Repairs and Boot Repairs Attended to.    First-Class Work  mm,     -     -     J. GftiTGflLEY, Manaaer  PPJ3  No 35(1.-  CERTIFICATE OF  THE   REGISTRATION  OF'AN. KXTB A-PRO VINCIAL  COMPANY.  A novel idea for  helping  on  the anti-tuberculosis movement  is that of the sale of Christmas  stamps.   These stamps resemble  the ordinary postage stamp and  Avhile   they  will  not   serve to  carry mail matter, they may be  placed on all. letters, cards, parcels, etc. spreading the interest  in   this beneficent  movement,  and providing funds for carrying it on, as all the profit from  the sale of stamps goes towards  maintainance   of hospitals for  the care and cure of consumptives.     British    Columbia   has  now a hospital of its own for  consumptives at Tranquille, and  we presume  that the   stamps  being sold   in  the  coast cities  will be for the  support of this  institution.   The people of Eastern   Canada are  consolidating  their    forces    in    aid   of   the  Muskoka free hospital,  and  as  this institution opens its doors  to patients from any part  of  the Dominion, it is  hoped that  "Com pakiks Act, 1897."  T HEREBY CKP/flFA' that the "Keremeos  ���������"��������� Copper Company" has this day been registered as an 'Extra-Provincial Company under  the "'Companies Act, 1S97," to carry out or  effect all or any of the objects of the Company  to which tho legislative authority of the.Legislature of British Columbia extends, except the  construction and Avorkinff of raihvays.  The head office of the Company is situate at  the City of Spokane, County of Spokane, State  of Washington. c '  The amount of the capital, of the Company is  one million five hundred. thousand dollars,  divided into one million Ave hundred thousand  sharosof one dollar each.  The head office of the Company in this Prov-  inoe is situate at Oialla. and Chas. AV. Jordan,  miner, Avhosc address is Oialla, aforesaid, is the  attorney for the Company. Not cmpoAVorcd to  issue and transfer stock.  The time of the existence of the Company is  fifty years, from Septomber'30th, 1908.  The Company is limited.  GiA'en under my hand and seal of office at  Victoria, Piwincc of British Columbia, this  22nd day of October.'onc thousand nine hundred  and eight.  [r..s.] S. Y. WOOTTON,  Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  That the objects for Avhich this Corporation is  formed are :���������  (1) To locate, acquire, procure, take, hold,  bond, buy, lease, sell, develop and operate  mines, mineral lauds and mining claims of any  and all kinds and descriptions whatsoever, and  oil lands and gas lands, and generally to carry  on tho business of mining in all the states,  territories and possessions of the United States,  in British Columbia and clscAvhore in'the Dominion of Canada:  12) To carry on tho business of purchasing,  selling, milling, smelting, matting, stamping,  treating, refining, handling and reducing, for  hire or otherwise, ores and minerals of any and  every kind and description Avluitsocver, including coal and coke, oils and gases, and to acquire,  take, oavii, construct and operate smelters and  smelting ami refining plants. In all tho states,  territories and possessions of tho United States,  in British Columbia and olsoAvherc in the  Dominion of Canada:  (.')) To convoy water by ditches and flumes,  pipelines, tunnels or other means, for the utilization of water poAver; to acquire, oavii, develop  and maintain, operate and uso water poAver;  to acquire, construct and use dams and water  and electric power plants, and to acquire, construct, maintain, operate and usoall AA-orks and  structures incident or necessary thereto, und  to manufacture and gonerato power, light and  heat, and to uso such poAver, light and heat for  any and all purposes Avh.atsocver, and to  transmit and distributcsneh poAver, light and  heat to any place or places, for any and all purposes Avliatsoever, for hire or othenvisc; to acquire, construct, maintain and operate all pipe  or Aviro lines, or other means necessary for the  transmission and distribution of such poAver,  light and heat: to acquire, by purchase or by  eminent domain or otherwise, all lands, water,  Avater rights and other real estate, for tho purposes in this paragraph enumerated, in all the  stales, territories and possessions of the United  States, in British Columbia and olseAvhoro in  the Dominion of Canada:  (l) To supply any and all cities and towns,  or tho inhabitants thereof, Avith puro and fresh  water, and to r.cquirc by purchase,, cminont  domain, location, or in any other manner, and  to hold, own and operate the same for tho purpose of supplying such cities and toAvns AA'ith  puro and fresh AA'ater, lands, waters, Avater  rights and real estate, of any character Avhatso-  ever, and to acquire, construct, OAvn, maintain  and operate all Avorks, plants, conduits, canals  and aqueducts requisite for the supplying of  said cities and toAvns as aforesaid, arid to  charge and collect tolls therefore In all tho  states, territories and possessions of the United  States, in British Columbia and elsoAvhcrc in  tho Dominion of Canada:  (5) To build, oavii, purchase, take, sell, lease,  equip and operate, for hire or otlionviso, steamboats, train ways, Avngon roads, trails, ferries  and steam and electric rnilAvays. and to construct, purchase, lease, sell and operate, for  hire and othorwise, telephone and telegraph  lines, and to aequiro hind therefore, by eminent  domain or othoi-Avise, in all tho states, territories and possessions of tho United States, in  British Columbia and elsoAvherc in the Dominion of Canada.  ((i) To construct lca=:c, buy and operate  hotels and boarding-houses, merchandise stores,  and to buy and soil general merchandise of  any and all kinds avIw (.soever, in all the states,  territories and possessions of the United  States, in British Columbia and clsoAA-horo in  tho Dominion of Canada.  (7) To acquire, hold, purchase, take, sell,  convey, dispose of. rent and lease real and- personal property of liny und every kind Avliatso-'  ever in all tho states, territories and possessions  of the United States, in British Columbia and  olscAvherc in the Dominion of Canada :  1 (SI To locate, take, hold, purchase, lease plat,  sell, convey, dispose of and rent townsite property, and to build houses and buildings of any  kind, for sale and rent in all, the-states, territories and possessions of the United States, in  British Columbia and elsoAvhero in tho Dominion of Canada:  ('))' To issue stock and accept paA'roc-nts of  subscriptions therefor in such instalments, or  in such manner, and in such money or property,  real or personal or thing ofc A-alue, as shall be  determined by tho Board or Trustees; uo borrow  money, to issue notes, bonds, debentures and  other evidences of indebtedness, and to mortgage any or all of its real or personal property,  and to acquire, in any manner, hold" and dispose of opinions and stocks, "bonds notes and  mortgages of other corporations and of individuals : to acquire hold and dispose of the .stock  and bonds of this Corporotion, and to do every  and all things convenient, proper .'or requisite  for the'carrying-.out of the objects and purposes  iu those articles set forth,-in their.'fullcst and  broadest sense, in all tlie states, territories and  posessions of the United States, in British Columbia and olscAvhere in the Dominion of Canada. -..���������������������������-.��������� .--...   .4.(3.4  NOTICE.  HOUSE.AND LOT FOR SALE.  MOTIOE is hereby given that, thirty days  1 ^ after,date, I, Huge Campbell, of Ashnola,  B. C, intend to apply to tho superintendent of  provincial police, I'. S. Hussey. of.Victoria, for  renewal of a retail liquor liconce for the Ashnola Hotel, located in Ashnola, B. O.  . HUGH CAMPBELL.'  Ashnola, B. 6., Oct. loth, 1908. '' 12-4  NOTIGE  ys  ily  IVOTICE   is  hereby given  that thirty da;  1 ^      from date. I, Clias. dc Burro, will app  to F. S. Harroy. lnspectur of Provincial Police,  for permission   to transfer the license of tho  Granite Crock Hotel to John Gillan.  Granite Creek, Oct.  CHAS. DE BARRO.  15 th, 11)03. 42-  NOTICE  IVOTICE is hereby gix'en that,-thirty, .days  1" from date, I, Joan M. Smith, of BeaA'er-  dell, B. C��������� intend to apply to -the Superintendent of Provincial Police. P. S. Hussey, of  Victoria, for a retail liquor iicchse for Smith's  Hotel, located in Beaverdcll, B. C.'  JOAN M. SMITH  Beaverdcll. B. C, Nov. 3rd. 190S. 41-1  NOTICE  T7OR SALE at a bargain, Residence and F01  z Lots, in the Eastern Addition, Hedley.  Apply to  J. L. CALDWELL.  November 6H1, 1908. 44-1  our  NURSING WANTED  M  A.TERNITY or other cases.    Tonus moderate���������Apply to   .  415-4 BOX -18, Hodlcy.  NOTICE.  MOTICE is hereby given that thirty-days  l^ afterdate, 1, C. H. Thomas, intend to  apply to the. Superintendent ot Provincial  Police, F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for a retail  liquor license for the Myncaster Hotel, situated  at Myncaster B. C.  -C. H. THOMAS.  November 10th, 1908. 15-4    ,  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  The DYNAMITE Mineral Claim, situate in  the GrccnAvood Mining Division- of Yalo  District. Where; located: Near Camp  McKinney.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Henry Nicholson,  .Free Minor's Certiticate No. B14123, acting  as agent for R. G. Sidloy. Free Miner's Certiticate No. B 14117, intend. GO days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for tho purpose of  obtaining a Crown Graut'of the above claim.  And Further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Cerbilicatoof Improvement*.  Dated this loth day of September. A.D. 1908.  37-10 HENRY NICHOLSON.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  DlSTttlCT OK YAIJS.  TAKE NOTICE that; Hubert J. W. Green, of  Horn Lake, occupation-^farmor, intends  to apply for permission to purchase tho folloAV-  ing described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted 20 chains east  of the S. W. corner of F. P. HoAA-ard's P. R. No.  4037; thence east 40 chains; thence south 40  chains; thence Avcst,40.chains; thence north 40  chains to point.of commencement, and containing 160 acres morc.or.less.  Hubert J. W. GREEN.  Scptomber 21st, 1908. - 38-10  NOTICE  PENDRAY'S  No. 1 Winter  TREE SPRAY  Sulphur, Lime & Salt.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  Distuict of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that E. E. Burr, agent for  AV. A. Burr, of Hedley, occupation���������blacksmith, intends to apply for permission to purchase tho folloAving described lands :���������  Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of Lot No. 303, thou south 40 chains ;  thence Avest 20 chains; thonco north 40 chains;  tlicnco east 20 chains to point of commencement.  Oct. 15th, 11)03.  W. A BURR.  43rl0  NOTICE  This Spray is made by directions of  the B. C. Department of Agriculture,  and is strongly recommended by them  for destroying all kinds of pests, such  as Oyster Bark Louse, Wooly Aphis,  CodlinMoth, Green Ply, Green Aphis  etc. It Avill also kill moss and keep  the trees clean and healthy. Put up  in gallon, a half gnllnn and one quart  tins, with full directions for using.       IPov Sale by   J. A. NESBITT  Agent,   -   Penticton, B.C.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  District of Yale  TAKE NOTICE-'that I, Charles Dundee, of  Rossland, miner, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands :���������  Commencing ab a post planted about 40 chains  in a southerly direction from Fife Station on  the Columbia and Western RailAvay and about  50 feet on the eastsido from tho railroad track,  at the south-AA'csb corner of lot 2885; thonco  north 40 chains; thence avest 20 chains; thenco  south 40 chains; thenco oast 2o chains to point  of commencement, and containing 80 acres  more or less.  CHAS. DUNDEE.  Dated October 17th, 190S.  46-10  NOTICE  TVTOTTCE is hereby given that, thirty days  ���������"���������'" after date, L Frank Richter, intend to  apply to tho superintendent provincial police,  P. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for a retail liquor lic-  enco for tho Osoyoos Hotel, located at Osoyoos,  B. C.  FRANK RICHTER,  Osoyoos, B. 0., Nov. 21st, 1908. 46-1 ITLE HEDLEY^ GAZETTE, DECEMBERS,   1908.  THE  Great WortneRn  Hotel  rriuGei>oii  Is noted .over tho ontire district for excellence of both tablo  :   :   :   :      and bar.      :   :   :   :  xVll the'Avants of tho travelling  public   carefully  attended   to.  S  X  X  X  X  ;  X  X  X  X  X  X  i  Grand Union  Hotel i   Tawi\ and Distrid;.  Mrs. Greer' arrived in Hedley a Aveek  ago to spend some time with*-her  daughter, Mrs. S.,L. Smith.  Everybody appears to have forgotten  that the Gieul Northern are supposed  to lay tiack to Hedley some time.  How long Avill it take the Great  Northern to Avait until the Smilka-  meen is hi pi:oper condition for building the bridges above Webster's ferry  andatthi-lOAA'erendof Brushy Bottom? j more groans"'* loft,  and-all  over the  . TtT^BITSlFROM PENTICTON." *  '���������'j !���������'.'     '>''���������, _L    ���������     j '.{>,': <     ���������  'Baaaars are the fashion here at present; the ladies of the various churches  have been planning and scheming, for  months past and the outcome appears  to be a bazaar. Last week the Presbyterians held one which proved .very  successful financially. Next Satin day  tlie English Church Indies are going to  try their hand at the game.  Groans,    groans, groans,  and still  +^4*4><&<&&<><&&+<>+  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  A. F. & A. M.  REG ULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge NO. 43, A. F. & A. M.,  are held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren arc cordially invited to attend.  H. D. BARNES,  J. D. BRASS,  -W. M.  Secretary  PftLflGE,  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  HEDLEY, B. C.  IT A good stock of Horses and Bigs on  Hand.   IT Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.   >���������  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  'Phone 14. -   INNIS  BROS. Proprietors.  THE  ZEALAND  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and first-Class  Bar supplied Avith the Choicest  , Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  THE "MODEL"  LIVERY STABLE  ���������-r��������� Princeton, B. C. ���������  THE FINEST TURNOUTS IN THE COUNTRY  EXTRA AVELL FITTED FOK LONO DRIVES  Broomfield & Garrison  PROPRIETORS  The second dance of the reason,  given by the-Hedley Dancing Club in  Fraternity hall on Tuesday night,  brought out a good attendance in spite  of the cold night, and u good time is  reported.       ' . "  Shatford's, Limited, are closing out  their business in Fairwieiv and .Avill  henceforth concentrate their energies  on the Hedley store. The FairvieAV  stock is to be disposed of in tAvo  months regardless of cost-  Jos. A, Nesbitt, of Penticton, can  help out any masker avIio may be up  against, the problem of Avhat to wear  at a masquerade ball or carnival. He  has a.big stock of masks, dominoes  and costumes of various'kiuds.  Duncan Ross, ,ex-M. P. for Yale-  .Cariboo, avIio is now'in Ottawa, is  reported to be looking for that vacancy on the raihvay commission rendered vacant by the death of Hon.  Thomas Giveaway.���������Grand-Forks Sun  L. W. Shatford, M. P. P. estimates  that next season 15000 crates of peaches  Avill be shipped from Penticton, and  that Avhentthe V.V. & E. is completed  to Hope, fruit lands in therSiuiilka-  nieen Valley will become 'very veilu-  able.  Mrs. II. B. BroAvn brought in on  Saturday last a bunch of Avild crocuses  in bloom. This'second blooming of  AvildfloAvcrs, indicating the prolonged  period of vegetation, is evidence of the  exceptionally mild autumn Ave have  had.  J. D. Harkness, formerly typo in  theiTrumpet Office AA'as run, doavu by  a train at Vancouver a"hd is hoav in  the hospital there. The left hip and.  right leg and ankle Avere each fractured, but he hopes to pull out little the  Avorse for Avear.  A party of Italians who had a contract at the Avest end of the station  grouuds, -finished up last Aveek and  Avent out. The party Avorking on the  east end, avIio are dumping on the fill  near mouthM TAventy Mile Avill have  several Aveeks more before they complete  While the Similkameen has been  enjoying beautiful dry sunny Aveather  Manitoba and the North Avest have  been!fighting snow blockades and a  Avinter temperature, but then Canada  is a big country and is entitled to  variety of climate as well as of products.  J. Gladden came up on Saturday  evening from Brushy Botctom Avhere  jhe has almost completed the ���������'.-work of  sub-dividing that property into'five  and ten acre fruit lots. Mr. Gladden  says that there are some choice plots  in the property, that are sure to bring  good figures when the land. is put on  the market.  avi etched boat service. Everyone you  meet on the street ha- a kick, not so  much at tri-AA'eelcly boat as at the unearthly hour it arrives. Instead of  reaching here at six Ave are very lucky  to hear it before nine; last Wednesday  it put on an extra spurt and landed its  passengers at 10.30.  I don't hear of any applications for  the postmaster's job these days and no  Avonder; lift- usually finishes work at  3 ii. in,  By the way .we had the pleasure of  seeing Messrs Marpole and Gambie in  toAvn last Fiiday; they had been looking at the country betAA'een Nicola and  Penticton accompanied by Mr. Carry  the engineer, avIio had charge of the  survey party during the summer.  When I weut to interA-iew die. gentlemen regarding the proposed line they  each tipped me a huge wink and softly  murmured : "mum's the word my boy"  so iioav you know all about the neAv  line or as much as I do.  G. E. Winkler has shaken the dust  of Penticton off Ins feet and has goue  to the coast, Those three socialist  votes finished George; he has. come t;o  the conclusion that all tin: seed he has  soAvn has fallen on stony ground and  failed to gi-OAV.  I think the "Press" must have engaged tho services of a humorist. Some  of the advertisements are reallyjfunny.  For instance, one'of the lumber imas  bad utilized that ancient gag'"A noisy  noise annoys an oyster" to attract the  attention of the prospective house  builder, iioav -Avium advertising lumber  I should imagine, if they had used the  folloAving, which 1 belieA'e. was .manufactured at a later date and in my  humble estimation far more appropriate AA'hen't.alking of wood���������.vis*:���������Hoav  much Avood Avould aAvondchuok chuck  if a Avoodchuck could chuck Avood. I  think: this av.ouUI '.have served the purpose far better than the first.  Last AveekTsavv the Southern Okanagan Land Co. idescrLlied as the ;S. 0.  Sand Co. .Of course this Avas only a  prin ters error, butT hear the Directors  are thinking of bringing a libel action  against the .editor for this harmless  little joke.  FRESH FROM THE MILLS  A CARLOAD OF  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  FLOUR  JUST RECEIVED AT  Shatford  ���������  t  ���������  Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Peels for  your Xmas Cake arid Pudding.  NEW GOODS ARRIVING ALMOST DAILY  S hat fords, Lt  ���������������������������������������������-^������������������^���������������������������^ ������.������$.,������..$,���������   WHEN YOU HANKER FOR  .-������������������        %  ���������J  X  X  %  X  X  a  X  X  X  ������  X  CALL UP F������HOWE No. 5  AND TELL YOUR WANTS TO  R0 Jo EBM������irm  S  METEOROLOGICAL.  IMPROVEMENTS AT BULL-DOG.  K  I  I  X  X  i  X  ': ��������� -' ��������� >v^?is������Wir"3^^'4  ... -. ^^isr^^S^^-^-'C-'W  '������������������' i'  i?"iiFf ������������������������������������ ���������'���������'-V'J.-i'"-;'-'",- '���������'���������'������������������'  , .,   t  ������������������1.'"'        p-���������t-i.  wm  $S  I  I  X  I  X  X  Great Northern  Hotel  A ncAV house containing moro bed  room accommodation than any  other hotol in toAvn. Tablo and  bar  first-class.    Rates  moderate  X  X  X  X  X  X  s  i  jl  I  X  X  I  1  I  X  X  8  X  X  JOHN LIND,  Proprietor  ������?^������^%^^������W^������^^^t?65������6Wft������fi?^e5^8?  When   writing    Advertisers,  Mention the Gazette.  Please  Word conies from the north country  that W. J. Guiney, brother of Tom  Guiney, , had a..narrow, escape from  di-OAvning in a lake near Prince Rupert.  He and another Avere out in a boat  examining some land Avhen the boat  upset. :G,uiney's companion wus;drowned, and when Guiney was seen clinging  to the upturned boat and help reached  him he was semi-conscious but in a  very exhausted condition.  L. W. Shatford, M. P. P., came in  on Friday night and remained for a  feAV days looking over his Hedley interests and meeting friends. The provincial legislature is called to meet on  January 21st. And if he can arrange  to,do so Mr. Shatford will take a trip  through the leading fruit-groAving  sections of Washington and Oregon  particularly Ithe Yakima and Hood  River sections. He does not look for  any legislation out of the ordinary to  come lip at the coming session of the  legislature.  Ex-Govt������nor DeAvdnoy was in town  on Friday nighfcon his Avay to Princeton.looking as vigorous as ever, making his friends wonder if he possesses  some secret of eternal youth. As far  back as 1860 Edgar DeAvdney was a  factor-in the public life of this province,  performing public services that will  outlive him. In one of Gosnell's most  recent contributions to his admirable  series depicting life in British .Columbia half a century ago, the story is  told of the building of the DeAvdney  trail and it reads as interesting as a  volume of adventure.  Building Comfortable. Quarters���������Railway  Graders,had a Clean Coast���������Convenient   Arrangements  in   View.  Bull-dog BroAvn is building on his  property across the river, a dAvelling  house of stone, thus shoAving- his belief that the palmy days of the Bulldog mineral claim Avill be of too great  duration for more perishable building  material. He is doing the masonry  Avork himself, having, ample building  material from rock broken in  prospecting the claim, and has also  abundance of lime at hand Avhich he  has burned for himself from an exceedingly porous character of limestone  that reduces to lime very easily. His  ���������brother-in-IaAv, Capt. Kent, has proven  himself an ardent, capable coadjutor,  taking as kindly to the Avork of mining  as he formerly folloAved the sea.  At present the railAvay graders of the  V- V. & E. are at Avork on the grade  immediately under the steep declivity  Adhere the Bull-dog Avorkings are located and thus development Avork on  tho claim if still carded on Avould endanger the raihvay navvies. . Hoav-  ever there is no Avorking at cross purposes Avith the raihvay men everything being arranged amicably; and  the temporary suspension of mining  is taken advantage of for the purpose  of completing the necessary buildings.  When the raiHvay grade is completed,  it is understood that the 1'aihvay  engineers will make provisions for  giving him an ore shoot either over  the track or under it.  The property has shoAvn up exceedingly Avell Avith the Avork done on it  during the past eight months, and  Avhen developement has been pushed  to the shipping point, the ore direct  from the mine can easily bo loaded in  the cars from an ore chute over the  main-track Avithout even the cost of  putting iu a siding.  The folloAving are the readings shoAV-  ing temperature, etc., for the Aveek  ending Nov. 28:  -  AT THE HINE.  Maximum  Minimum  Nov 22  30  22  23  31  18  24  32       .  14  25  ..29  11  20  31  22  27  32  14  28  27  18  Average maximum temperature 30.2S  Average minimum do 17.  Mean temperature 23.64  Rainfall for the Aveek     .11 inches.  SnoAvfall       "      '**        0.  CORUUarONDI.VG AA'EEK OK LAST A'EAK  Highest maximum temperature 30.  AA'eraj.'c maximum  do  34.14  LoAArest minimum  do  10  Average  minimum  do  15.14  Mean  do  2-1.6-1  AT THE  MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  Nov22  47  , .  33  23  45  .  2S  2-1  39  , ,  30  25  40  . ,  23  26  35  23  27  38  . .  21  2S  30  . ,  30  Ti"e Fall Term wiJI begin on  Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1908  College Matriculation, junior  and senior; Commercial Course;  Stenography and TypoAvriting;  Vocal and Instrumental Music.  For farther particulars  address tho  Principal,  Everett. W. Sawyer  SUMMER.LAND, B. C.  Try.  ���������wa.VKMMN'&JtS^.  Average maximum temperature 39.71  Average, minimum do 26.85  Mean do 33.2S  Rainfall for the Aveek    .     inches  CORRESPON'nING AA'EEK OF LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 45  AA*erage          do  do  42.2S  LoAvest minimum  do  19.  Average          do  do  28.14  Mean  do  35.21  The cold Aveather of this Aveek has  been the means of reducing the. mine  force at the Nickel Plate by about 20  men. A zero snap soon tightens up  the Avater supply, especially Avhen it  is loAver than usual.  CEYLON TEA.  Pure and   Invigorating.  (1!  rf.  ft  I) i li  F  Gazene Job Oepi THK   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   DECEMBER 3, 1908.  NOTES AND COMMENTS  "' "The Grand Forks Smi takes  a tlie Phoenix Pioneer to task on  Aits quasi-neutrail ty attitude and  in doing so talks some good  horse sense applicable to the  neuter gender species, which it  thinks ought to hike for Russia.  A.J. .Balfour,  the leader  of  the   Unionist    party  in  Great  Britain, has burned his   bridges  behind   him   in   the matter  of  fiscal    reform.      Speaking    at  . Cardiff the other day,  he said :  "It avus becoming clearer every  day at home,--in the colonies and  to   alarmed foreign   spectators  that fiscal reform  is no remote  ideal and all movements and political forces and  the trend of  economic speculation were alike  driving    the'   country    to this  great change, which every man  on v the other  side kneA\T was  approaching."  For a piece of spitfire, all-in-  one-breath, name-calling' this  broadside at British Columbia  by Hon. Clifford Sifton's organ  tlie Brandon Sun, will be hard  to beat.    It'says:       -  "When you size up the British Columbia bunch of socialists,  populists, independents, Hindus,  Japs, Chinks, salmon ringsters,  lumber combinesters, busted  mine promoters, fruit land salesmen, .summer resort boosters,  Dick McBride and- Bowser���������It  is not surprising that the delayed elections went against the  government. Why, each and  every element of the motley  eroAvcl is dead against every  form of civil government ever  kuownto mankind."  REACHING OUT  FOR TRADE  The Fame of M. J. Henry's Nursery Has  Travelled Far and Wide.  As an illustration of the expanding  business of M. J. Henry, the foremost  nurseryman of western Canada, it  might bo mentioned that recently  shipments Avere made from his head  nursery 3010 Westminster road, Vancouver, to St. George, Bermuda, to  China, and to Bellray Castle, the home  of Sir Arthur Middleton, Northumberland, England.  Mr. Henry recently supplied the full  order for ornmental trees, shrubs and  vines for the. Empress Hotel, Victoria.  This order Avas secured in open competition Avith many outside points.  The total Aveight of the shipment Avas  over four tons, piobably the largest  shipment ever sent to a single purchaser on Vancouver Island. This is  only another instance of the development of this great industry.  c  HANDBOOK.  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