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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. T.  No. 47.  HEDLEY, B.C., THU.KSIMY, DEC'7, Um.  ������2.00, jn Advance.  Methodist Church.  Hkw.kv. B.C.  Sunday School at !< o'clock.  Evening' Service fit 7:30 o'clock.  Kvcryboity  welcome.  L. THOMAS. Pastoh.  .CHARLES M. SHAW  Civir, Engineer',  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders may be left at Gazette otfice.  HEDLEY,  B. G.  ���������R H. ROGERS,  M.A.,  B.C.L.  SOLICITOR, CON VEYANCEE,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  To make good bread you  must have good flour. If  you want the best bread  you must use the best  flour.  *fttefcf������������fc������e&*te������***frt*frt6*  i\  Edw. G. Warren  Eleiftrical"Engineer and  Contractor  ..  GREENWOOD,      . -        B.  Estimates Furnished on any Et.eo  . TiucAi^ Project for Power or JLlgiit  <>VAVAvA������//u������/JWVAA1tf''W'VBV'Vs."'������A/'7  ft fl. WRIGHT  Boot and Shoe Maker  MEDLEY, B.C.  II Grand Union  Hotel __ k  HEDLEY, B.C.  HERRING & WINKLER; Proprietors  OLIVER &GLflDDEM  :o:-  Civil & fining Engineers  -:0:-  :NES and  REAL:  ESTATE  HEDLEY, B:C.     ..  (Votary F������ ������.s it? li o  Conveyancer, Real Kstate, M.iues.  surance, Crown Grants applied  Toi' under L:uk1 Act and  Mineral'    Act.  ill-  Agent for :  The JYUiiun! Life Assurance Co. of Canada,  London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co..  The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co.  Hedley,  B. C.  DRESSMAKING.  TX/TRS. T.   M.  IWRRVAAj  announces to the  ���������     xyx    Liuliosof lledlcy tlmbslic is prepared to  [     do DruHsniakiiifr in the latest styles.      Orders  may be left with .Mrs. O. H. Lyon, until further  m'l'iingeiiients are made. -iU-ii  Mrs. a B, Lyon |  DRY GOODS       I  FANCY GOODS   1  BOOTS & SHOES $  Millinery in Latest Styles |  H)  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ill  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ill  id  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ���������*,  ���������AGENTS FOK���������  MASON ������> RISCH Pianos.  HEDLEY,        -        -        B.C.  :-3������93������3*33*?339a3������'  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  *  m  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  '*���������  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Grading Begins in Similkameen.  Although supplies hud been  hauled in and camp pitched  some ten days or move, the  work of actual grading began  on Dee. 1st at Na-huni-shan's, a  point in the Siniilknmeen valley about 12 miles below Kere-  meos. The force engaged in  this work came from the Northwest where they had been working on irrigation ditches. About  50 teams will be engaged.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  *!  ON WEALTH OF  NICKEL PLATE  A. H. Brown Tells   of British  Columbia's Greatest Mine. *  MOST RELIABLE EVIDENCE  ���������*333339-3-33.3-3-3-3-3-2-s-si-ss-ss-rs*  Proposed Hospital  Ball.  Four Million Dollars Worth Of Ore In  Sight���������Mostly All High Grade���������Has  Confidence   In   Existence Of  Other  .Great Mines in the Camp.  *fc������6*66Sfcfe������t*&t*������������������������fc*frfrf*:  is the Finest flour made.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  : FOR sale by::  SUflTFOftDS, LIMITED  ttedlen and Fairview  Vidoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure and   Invigorating.  ..Hedley Meat Market..  i4/i������/v)a</v������/it/il/il/i(/il/i)/il/it/\<iit/iti'Vt/iirtt>  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  OPENED THE BUTCHER  SHOP ON WEBSTER ST.,  WITH A SUPPLY OF  OHO ICE ME ATS OF ALL  KINDS--BEEF, MUTTON  AND PORK :: POULTRY  FO R THE HOLIDAY  SEASON :: :; -     ::  M.  i}\ ft if\ ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft /n i)\ ft ft ft ft ft ft  AAI. J. Manery  iMcA'JLEY,. .    -       -        Local /lanager  BIG HORN  BRAND  ��������� To those of our readers who hold to  the idea that all committee meetings  are dull .we would offer the suggestion  that they attend one of the meetings  of the hospital ball committee, if the  success oi the ball can be gauged by  the amount of amusement aud enthusiasm displayed at the meeting on  Monday night last, we can assure the  public of a thoroughly success fid and  enjoyable time at the dance to be given  in Shatfords' new store on' the night  of the 27th of this month.  The members of the committee are  C. Hairsine, .T..).' Irwin, .1. Gladden.  .T. Love, F. M. Gillespie. J. McKinno'n.  F. PL French, L. G. Macl-faffic, R. .1.  Edmond. E.' Mott and C. A. Roberts.  To quote from the minutes of the  secretary,. "John Love, being absent,  was unanimously elected chairman.  L. G. MacHaffie took the 'chair temporarily." F. M. Gillespie was elected  secretary.  It was decided to have tickets printed and supplies sent to A. D. Hardie.  Fairview; Geo. Louden. Tveremeos;  Chas.Revely, Penticton; Geo.AVardle,  Princeton, and J. McDonald, Olalla.  The question of the supper was  brought up and the committee decided  that nothing better could he done than  to leave that matter to the ladies, who,  judging from past .records, are thoroughly capable of carrying it to a  most successful issue. Messrs. French  and Edmond were: appointed a committee to interview the ladies on the  matter, and report to next meeting. It  was also decided to"; have a supply of  red cross buttons procured and distributed.  The climax,  however, was reached  when the question of programmes was  broached.    It was plainly evident that  this was a matter of the deepest interest.    Some, of the committee seemed  A'ery much afraid that all   the   best  looking young ladies would be. monopolized by a select few.   After-a great  deal of the most lively discussion three  alternatives were submitted and votes  taken.    The  propositions  were,   fiist,  individual  programmes;  second,  programmes upon the wall, and third, no  programmes at all.     The first proposition was voted down and the  meeting  divided   equally   on   the   other   two.  Words fail to   describe the excitement  and  enthusiasm   that  followed   when  the chairman was   ioudly   called upon  to give his (tasting vote.    Someone declared  that  one  member   was seen to  place his  whole   wallet  in   the  chair-j  man's hand.     Amid the clamor which :  ensued,   the  chairman   was   heard   to  declare that he   reserved   his decision. |  Finally, however,   he gave bis casting J  vote in favor of no programmes. j  While rival railroad companies are  fighting, in the courts and occasionally  in the open, for lights of way in southern British Columbia; onoof the richest mineral districts in the province is  being quietly and steadily developed,  says the Nelson News. The delay in  securing transportation facilities is undoubtedly retarding the growth'of mining camps into towns and cities, and  .it has made the cost of mining supplies  and operations very high, but-it has  not prevented the development a tad  profitable operation of one of the biggest and richest gold mines in America.  The Nickel Plate group in Hedley  camp, the property of the Daly Reduction Company, has been worked steadily for two years. During the last year  legular shipments have been made to  the Everett smelter. Concentrates have  been shipped for treatment. The sand  ha������* been cvanided in the company's'  own mill at Hedley and the bullion has  been shipped also to Everett.  The route from Hedley to Everett  and other coast points is an extremely  roundabout one. Everything in the  way of provisions and supplies is taken  in, and the output of the mines sent  out by way of Penticton, the Okanag-  an lake. Sicamous, and the main line of  the C. P. R. to Vancouver.  The distance from Hedley to Penticton is 50 miles and the cost of packing  is ,$20 per ton for every kind of freight.  It will be readily seen that under such  circumstances only very rich deposits  can be worked at all, and the best ouly,  by companies with Abundant capital.  The Nickel Plate group consists of  15 claims, of which only two have yet  been developed, the Nickel Plate and  the Sunnyside. The amount expended  to date by the Daly Reduction Company is between $2,000,000 and $2,500,-  0G0. In return for that a'liiout the  company, in addition to all that has  already been shipped, has in sight more  than $4,000,000 worth of ore. .  Rich Mixks ix.Hedley.  A. H. Brown, who is retiring after  two years' service from the superintendent}* of the company's cyanide mill,  spent yesterday in Nelson on. his way  to the coast. To a. representative of  the. Daily News Mr. Brown said :  " In spite of all the difficulties, it has  had to contend with from the beginning and apparently will still have to  face for some time, Hedley is all right.  "When tiie country is opened up by  a railway, and supplies and machinery  can be taken in at reasonable rates, a.  large number of very rich mines will  be .operated and Hedley will become  the premier camp of the province.  "So far'the Daly company has done  Passenger  Service  Begins.  The first passenger train on  the V. V. & E. will leave Midway depot on Sunday next at  10 a. m.. for Spokane, and on  the same date the train for Midway will leave Spokane at 9:15  a. in., reaching Miqway at 5:40  p. in. The Spokane Midway  train is to be the through train  with dining-car attached, and  from Marcus the trains to Nelson and Rossland will run as  branch trains.    -  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft'  ft  -*33-33-3-3-332-3323-S-3-33-3-333333*  IMPORTANT   DECISION.  judgment in the  originating  Supreme Court of Canada Delivers Judgment.���������Of Interest to" Miners  and   Prospectors.  (K'Ksland Miner.)  Nelson, Nov. 27.���������Word was received  here to-day that the Supreme Court of  Canada had delivered  well .known mining case  in the court here of Docksteader vs.  Clark. The highest Canadian tribunal  practically decides that in deciding  mine location cases technicalities will,  not prevail. Specifically the com t  finds in location cases :  1. That   70 degrees  is   too  great a  .variation   to allow as an  approxima-'  tion, though no exact limit was> fixed.'  Ninety- seven degrees' was -the1 point"  involved.   ���������  2. That a. location may be wholly (in  one side of location line.  3. That a location line may traverse  any number of claims.  4. That a discovery post may be  located even upon a crown granted  claim.  The decision is clear that such ground  as may be lawfully covered by the  location is to be allowed.  From a mining standpoint the finding is one of the most important ever  given in the Dominion.     Bv consent.  the decision   governs  pending actions.  thirteen  other  Hedley General Hospital.  A meeting of  nearly all the work that has been done  in the camp. Its operations are on a  very large scale. Of the 15 claims contained in the Nickel Plate group only  two, the Nickel Plate and the Sunny-  side, have had any development done  on tJieiu so far.  REOISTcRro  Union Made  Messrs. Gladden,   Love and Edmond j     .. The mine is at an elevation of 5,850  were  appointed a  committee  to  look | f(.,.t.   t]u.   t..UUp    js   i.470    feet.    The  ifter the music, and atabout midnight j OV(, ;s brought down   by a  system  of  '  trams; electric, with a grade  of 5  pet  a. most enjoyable meetin  brokt  up.  Resolution of Sympathy.  OVERALLS  Sold by All Stores  Turner, Beeton & 60., Ltd.  VICTORIA,      -      -      ���������       B.C.  The following resolution of sympathy has been forwarded to us for publication by the Penticton. Local of the  Socialist Party of Canada :  " We, the members of the Penticton  Local of the Socialist Party of Canada,  in meeting assembled, hereby express  our heartfelt sympathy with Mr. and  Mrs. J. T. Prather in the sad loss of  their youngest son Earl.  "Our sorrow is increased by the fact  that our movement has lost an intelligent and faithful member,Whose coming years promised much usefulness to  the great cause, with which he had so  early identified himself. The Socialist  Party can ill afford to spare one of its  most interested workers in the struggle for humanity it is waging against  such heavy odds.  " Brief though his life, we feel that  he has not lived in vain, and his brave  example will be a source of pride and  inspiration to those who are left to  continue the fight."  J. W. S. Log,ie, Secretary.  of 5  cent.; and a gravity tram, interrupted  in tin; middle, with a grade probably  averaging SiO per cent.  "The ore is concentrated in Hedley  and the concentrates are shipped to  Everett, The sand aiid tailings are cyan ided and the bullion also shipped to  Everett. Everything is shipped by way  of Penticton.  "The amount of ore actually in sight?  It is hard to say, certainly more than  $4,000,000 worthi The ore varies greatly in value, but it is all high grade.  "I don't know very much about  other mines in the district than those  owned by the Daly company. Some  splendid samples have been shown, and  it is reasonable to suppose, that many  other properties are also very rich and  extensive. But they are mostly in the  hands of men who cannot afford to operate on a large scale under present  conditions. They are waiting, with  what patience they can, for the long  promised railway connections.  " There are probably about 300 people  in Hedley now. Half of the number  are men. Quite a number have brought  in their families. There is no doubt  about the permanence of the camp, but  living is still pretty expensive."  the comuiitte of the  above institution was held in Eraser's  hall on Thursday, ' November 80th.  The members present were. G. P.  Jones, J. Me Kinnon, F. Fraser. L. G.  MacHiiffie,' and F.H. French, and the  following business was transacted :  , The final plans of the proposed hospital have now been received from the'  architect, Mr. C. Elwood "Watkins, of  Victoria, with full specifications, and  are in the hands of the conimitte. The  building has been laid out very conveniently, and will have a handsome appearance.       .     '  There are still insufficient funds to go  on with the building, and those who  have not.yet paid their subscriptions  are requested to do so without further  delay. As there are quite a-number of  people in town who were not here when  ! the old subscription list was circulated  i the-cmnmitte would like to have them  subscribe what they can so that a sufficient sum may be collected to justify  them in calling for tenders. The eom-  inittce passed a vote of thanks to Mr.  Watkins, who so kindly drew up  the plans and specifications, without  making any charge for same.  A letter was received from a Vancouver lawyer with regard to incorporating tlie society and it-wa.s t,hought  that this should he done but the matter was left over until the annual meeting in January. Letters were also  received from Dr. Boucher and secretary Campbell, of the Phoenix hospital,  with regard to fees etc.  Mr. Jones reported that the sub conimitte had seen Drs. Whillans and  McEwan. and made arrangements  which would no doubt be satisfactory  both to the men and the doetors.  Mr. Hnrvey Tingley was appointed  director of the society in place of Mr.  A. H. Brown, resigned.  A conimitte was appointed, with  power-to add to their number, to arrange for. the holding of the first annual hospital ball.  A tidy letter-head or bill-head commands attention from those with  whom you do business. The Gazette  print-shop can fit you out in style.  Subscribe for the Gazette. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. DECEMBER 7, 1905.  ���������T  be Ibedley Gazette  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  ���������-asud on Thursdays; by the Hinn.KV Gazettk  Piuxtixc-axd J'eiu.isiiJNf; Cojii'axv,  -Li.mitki),  at Hedley. B. C.        i   '-.'  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year..;.., ., '. ;\.$2.U0  Six Months.    1.(10  Advertising Rate*  Measurement, 121ines to the iiieli.  : Land Notices���������Certificates of improvoinciibcte..  $7.00 for (SO-chiy notices, and $.'.(10 for 30,-duy  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������nob exceedinp one  inch, ������1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion: Over one inch,  10 cents.ner line for.Mist insertion and a  centsperliiie for each subsequent insertion.  Tnuisionts payublo'in advance. '���������   .  Advertisements will be changed once every  . month if advertiser desires, without any extra  , charge. Kor changes oftener than once amonth  . the   price of composition  will bo charged at  regular rates.   .  Changes for contract advertisements should  ��������� be in the office by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A  JHEGRAW,  Managing Editor.  Kirst ipiar.  3rd.  Kull Moon  11th.  1905  DEC  Lasfcouar.  19th.  New Moon  .     25th.  1905  Sun. Men. Tues. Wed. Th'ii. Fri. Sat.  3  ���������1  5  G  7  s  9  10  11  12  18  If  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25 o  20  27  2S  29  30  31  And whereas the Board can   see  no j  reason why any existing plans of other!  companies should he allowed   to  pre- j  vent the V. V. &. E,  passing through  the town,'as there' is.aiiiple room and  accomodation for all   oh  this side of  the river,  And whereas the route selected by  the engineers of the V- V. <& .13.'. was  evidently chosen with due regard both  to the interests of other companies  and to the public safety:  Therefore the Hedley Board of Trade  respectfully ask the railway commission of Canada, to grant to the V. Y.  A: E. railway approval of its plans, to  to build its line on -the. ''north east side  of the Similkameen river, so as to enable it to pass through the town of  Hedley in the'manner most advantageous to the town and with the lea������st  danger to the public." ' .,"  NOTICE  KEREMEOS  NOTES.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   that. an. ap- j  lilication will be made to th<! .Legiislativo ,  Assembly of tiie Province-'of British Columbia,-!  lib its licxt session, foraii ��������� Actto incorporate a ;  Company with po.wor "to acquire,   purchase, ;  construct and operate the undertakings of the I  Vancouver. & Coast-Kootomiy Railway Com-1  puny; tlicAlberni & Cowiclian Knilway Com-;  pany; the ICamloops&Atlin Kail way Company. I  and.tho Mid way & Vcrnon'-Uailway Company; j  and to acquire all the rights, powers mid privi- i  leges of the said Companies; and with power to j  exercise all the powers contained in the Acts of j  Incorporation of.this suit! Companies; and with '  power to acquire, purchase, construct and op-'-  crate the undertakings of any other Kailwuy I  Company ,or Companies;  and with power to j  subscribe'for,and purchase the stock, bonds,  debentures or other securities of any Railway I  Company: and to exchange, the stock or other i  bonds,  debentures or other securities of, the !  Company to  be incorporated for the shares.',  stook. debentures, bonds or other securities of ;  any other Railway Company :  and with ixtwur |  to increase, the capital of the-Company to be;  incorporated; and with power to issue shares as i  fully paid up;  and to borrow money on the  Company's assets by any form-of security ; anil | '.  with power to promote'any Railway Company |  or Companies, or to amalgamate  with any j j������.  Company or Companies: and with all the other ! If  unit necossavy powers conducive to the carrying out of the Company's undertaking.  Dated at Victoria. B.C., Nov. -Mini. l'.Wo.  ROBERTSON & ROBERTSON.  4(MS  >sooosososcccosccosooooooooooooococcQcoeocoe  BANK OF    .'  British mmn America  Capital���������$4,866,666.  HEAD Ol'TIOE IX CANADA,  H. STIKBMAX, General Manager  Reserve- $2,043,997.  MOXTUKAL '  .!. ELMSLY. Sjupb. of Branches  MONEY  MAI-   UK nitT.M.VKlJ AT  9Tt.U0 A.S'M I'MlKlt      -      SCKNTS.  OVUtt ?jV.(KI to ������10.00   ���������   0 ckn-is.  ORDERS  1-11K koi.i.owixo kati:s:  I OVHK $10.00 TO $30.00  I OVKU $30.00 TO $50.00  10 CKNTS  15 CE.VTS  Medley Branch,     -     L.G. TlacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  Solicitors for tiie Applicants  Dr. Mathison returned to Greenwood  last   week.  Mr. Coleman of -Trail will shortly  open a drugstpre, in Keremeos.  Mrs. Frank Riehter ate her Thanksgiving dinner with friends in Loomis  and attended a ball -while  there.  George Kirby is steadily recovering  from his recent illness. The loss of his  store by fire did not tend to improve  the condition for him. The post office  and stock have been moved to the old  townsite office.  The old and new townsites have  merged, tlieir interests. Mr. A. C.  Stoess P. L. S. is at present finishing  up the work of surveying thenew.  Dr. CM. Foster is expected in  Keremeos about the beginning of the  year to take charge of medical work in  this section for the V. V. &' E.    .  Local fruit growers have large stocks  of fine apples on hand for which they  can get no sale, while in every district  in the province that has railway; connection they have ready sale for apples  at $2.50 per box. '  The people are anxiously awaiting  the arrival of the working force to begin grading on this end of the lower  Similkameen section of the V. V. ������fc E.  It was the intention of the contractors  to bring in a steam shovel, but the  steep grades in Richter's pass will make  it difficult .to transport, and the difficulty of obtaining fuel to run it may  cause then 1 to abandon the idea.  NOTICE.  KJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN* that, an ap-  ���������1*. plication will be made to the Legislative  Assembly of the Province of British Columbia  iit its next Session, foraniAct extending the  time within which the Vancouver & Coasb-  Kootenay Railway Company has to complete  its line of railway, and 'empowering the said  Railway Company to build from some point, on  its line of railway to Karnloops. in tiie Province  of British Columbia.  Dated at Victoria, B.C., Nov: 22nd. I'JU.'i.  ROBERTSON '& KOBEUTSOX,  KM! - ������������������ - Solicitors for the Applicant.-.  NOTICE.  PERSONAL.  THE present Post Ofiicc address is desired of  ���������*��������� the following named persons, who about  five years ago resided at the places named :  Blaik, John...::.  Bedhurg, W. \V.  Cranston. -J. R..  We shall watch, with interest,  the'working oi: the  eight  hour  law in the Granby smelter.   We  , contend that-it: is a physical impossibility for any . man   to. do  his best for twelve  hours  at a  . stretch, in any.-.line  of employment,    though   -perhaps   more  especially, tiie  kind of work in  connection     with    a     smelter.  From the employer's standpoint  we contend that it is to  his advantage to have a keen, concentrated   energy   applied   to  the  work,  no  matter  what its na- j  ture.     This   it  is   impossible to j  have in   the closing  hours ,of a j  twelve  hour shift.    Possibly  it j  will entail increased expense to  the  employer,   but  we  believe  the result   will justify it.    The  time has passed when men could  be  considered as so many  machines,  capable  of doing a cer- i Wutt'nor. Nick...  '., ,, ,    .   &       . Bodero. .J. \\   tarn quantity oi work nxa given - - --  time. Let employers treat employees as rational beings, and  there are very few cases .indeed  when the wisdom of such treatment will not appear. It is beyond dispute that a man w*ill do  better work when his whole interest is engrossed, than he can  when his tired nature is leading  him to ss'ish that the day's work  was done. Every man 'ought  to be capable of concentrating  thought and energy for eight  hours. From the standpoint of  the employe, life becomes too  much like drudgery when half  of it is spent in continuous toil,  and when a man sinks to being j wl"]mrn ^"^Ss^cosk^^  a. drudge he loses  interest, and j  his   work must  of necessity be j  of an inferior quality. It should j  not be impossible  for a. man to j  even find   pleasure in his work,!  but even the greatest pleasures  pall when they  are   too continuous.    The eight hour law is one  step in the direction of bringing  capital arid Labor together.   We  believe that were capital to take  labor a little more into  its confidence and treat it   with   more  deference. Socialism would lose  CIXTY DAYS afterdate I intend to apply, to  ^ the Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works  for permission to purchase forty (401 acres of  land, situated in Yale Di\ i-,ion of Vale District,  and commencing at a pi������b marked P. K��������� X. W.  coiner, and joining Fred Krembd\ pre-emption.  Following his southerly line 1(1 chain-, easterly,  thence 20 chains southerly, thence .TO chain-  westerly, thence HO chains northeily. thence 10  chains easterly, thence HI chains southerly to  j point of commencement, containing -id acii's,  more or less  PKItLKY   RISSBLL.  Granite Crock. Xo\. 1st. WO,"). i(> 9  PATRONIZE YOUR   HOME  MILLS  .rirwi"  ~   '  Ask  vour  grocer for  Moffet's Best  "���������1,jgy"'Lt"q.f -\ ���������  K--iTiVTt,r-a*r.aTrg-gvav.-  and help us to help  British Columbia  by employing more men in our mills.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO., Ltd.  ENDERBY  AND   VERNON, B. C.  Advertize in the GAZETTE!  NOTICE.  CIXTY PAYS from the date heieof I intend  ^ to apply tothoChiel Conmiissionerof Lands  and .Works for permission to purchase 1(W acres  of laud, beginning at a post on the west bank  of the Okanagftii-i-h or at the south end of Vas-  seaux lake, then'co uortheil> along the waterfront JO chains, thence west 10 chains, thence  south (0 chains, thence cast id chains to point  of beginning.  Dated the-iiSth day of September, too.'.  E. W. LKIR.  IO-0 " Hron Li:iu. Agent.  NOTICE  -T-K.VDICUS arc invited for n0.0f)O bricks (more  x   or less ) to bo delivered at the  Daly Reduction Company's  works at Hedley.    Specifications may be seen at the Company's oflice.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  ���������U-l DALY REDUCTION CO.  ������tylo  a ?  F^lt!  ���������"���������nuiirri in nr**^i-i-  THIS COX'KKXN 3IKN IX ALL AVALKS OP LIFE.  Enfield. Stc])hen   Fontana. Louis   Fox. CK M   Fawcett, Kobcrt   lCnobb, Geo, C    Kosslcr, A ugust   Leboref, .Mrs. Elii'.a   Leo. II. F.\   Lari>od, 15. A   Mitchell. John   Newman. Mike   Orde & Co., W. L   l������arkcr, Charles   Parker. Mrs. H. S   Parker. Henry   Itizzaii, Also.   Robinson, N   Steel. Matt   Schroedcr, C. V   Sandman, Clias. V   Swanson. Peter   Schuetz, Mrs. Augusta....  Titaworth & Co., Hyde...  Wollingham, Henry   Wright, John..    Wilson, Carl M   .... Rossland. B. C.   Nelson, i'. C.  ....Uossland. H. C.   Seattle. Wash.   Nelson, M. C.  .... KossUmd. H. C-.  ....Uossland. B.C.  ... .Rossland. H. C.  ....Rossland.-B.C.  .... Seattle. Wash.  . ..Spokane. Wash.  .... Kossland. H. C.  , Xclso'n. P. O.   Nelson, ii. O.  ....Rossl.-h'id. B.C.   Rossland, B.C.  ....Rossland, 13. O.  .... Itossl-.uid, B. C.  ... Kossland, B. C.  ... Rossland, B. C.  ... Rossland, B. G.  ....Kossland, B. C.  .... Rossland. B. C.  ..Vancouver, B. C.  ....Rossland, B.C.   Nelson. B. C.  ... Rossland. B. C.  .��������� Nelson, B. C.   Nelson. B. C.   Nelson. B. C.  ... Rossland. B. C.  ... Rossland. B. C.  NOTICE.  MclCibben, R. S.  If the above named parties or their friends  will communicate with the undersigned, they  17-!  Tribune Building,  New York City. X.Y.  T'JOTICE is hereby given that, tH) days from  x* date, I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to jituchaso 40 acres, more or less, of land,  situate in the Similkameen Division of Yale  District, and described as follows: Commencing at a post planted on the northerly limit of  the Columbia & Western right-of-way, marked  S. E. Corner, Lot2701. thence running north;")  chains, more or less, to the south boundary of  Lot 513: thence .east IiS chains, more or less,  along said south boundary of Lot 513 to the  angle post of said Lot 513; thence south Yl  chains, more or loss, along westerly boundary  of Lot 513 to the northerly'limitof the Columbia  & Western railway right-of-way; theiicc westerly, following the said northerly limit of the  right-of-way. 40 chains, more or less, to point of  commencement, and containing 40 acres, more  or less.  Dated at Midway, B.C., October 12th, 1005.  JO-0 W. K. XOKRIS, Applicant.  NOTICE.  Our New Fall Suits  at $11, $15,  $18,   to  $25.00. Single and  Double Breasted, in  Fancy Tweeds, Cheviots and   Serges .  ������������������l ������  Young Men's Suits in  Tweeds and Serges  ���������at $8.50 to $12.00  ��������� ���������  ������ ������  forcpuciofafaflw & smer.  its  sting,   and  ikes would be  a thing unheard of.  PUBLIC NOTICE  PARTIES nje warned against driving cattle  over Allison bridge until after the 30th of  December, 1005, as the same will be undergoing  repairs.       By order.  11-1 ALLISON* TOWNSITE CO.  NOTICE  In Tin-: Mattku oi-  In  1003;  Board of Trade Meeting.  At the regular monthly meeting,- of  the Hedley Board of Trade held in  Friisei-'s hall on Monday evening, Dee.  ���������ith. the railway situation was discussed, tuid the following resolution was  unanimously adopted;  .Moved by I'YIL. French, seconded by  W. J.   Henderson,   and  resolved that  -���������Whereas the whole of the town of  Hedley, as well as the industries upon  which the town .subsists are located  on the North east side of the .Similkameen river, and very great loss and inconvenience would result if the line of  the V. V. iV. F. railway were built on  the opposite, side iustend. of coming  through the (own  Tin.; R.mi,w.W Act  -- .1x11 ���������  the Mattku of the  Rah.wav  ok- rim  Vaxcouvkk. Victouia & ICastkhn Kail-  wav Com 1-a nv.  VTOTICE is hereby given that the plan, profile  A^    and book of reference of the section of the  line of railway of the Vancouver, Victoria and  Eastern   Railway  and   Navigation   Company  from Keremeos to Princeton, was on the 10th  day of October, 1005, deposited in the oflice of the  District Registrar of Titles at Karnloops, B.C.  Dated this 8th day of November. 1005.  A. H. MacNEILL,  Solicitor for the Vancouver. Victoria &  11-1     Eastern Railway and Navigation Co'y.  NOTICE.  T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, HO days from  A the date hereof, I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works for oer-  niissio!) to purchase 80'acres of range laud, as  follows: Commencing at the N. E. corner of  L. 3103, O. 1. thence south 20 chains, thence east  20 chains, #lience north JO chains, thence west  along south boundary of Lot 3002, G. I, 20 chains  more or less, thence south 20 chains to tiie  point of commencement.  Kilpooia Lake, Nov. 13th, 1005.  T. LAOEY.  1-1-0 R. II. Pahkixkox", Agent.  CIXTY DAYS from the date hereof 1 intend  *-' to apply to the Chief Commissioncrof Lands  and Works for permission to purchase 100 acres  of land, beginning at a post at the S.E. corner  of Lot 400, Similkameen Division of Yale District, thence south 40 chains, thence west 4(1  chains, thence north 10 chains, thence east  along the south boundary of Lot JOfi to point  of beginning.  Dated the 10th day of October, 1005.  C. E. LEIR,  10-O Ileon Lkih, Agent.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  '���������GOOD VIEW" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located :   111 Camp Hedley.  -T-AKR NOTICE that I. J. Eraser Campbell,  A    Kreu Miner's Certificate No. 5S01, agent for  myself and elms. E. Oliver. Free Miner's Certificate No. U70072, intend, sixty days from date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Cci'tillctite ot Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate olViuiproveinents.  Dated this 28th day .of October. A. I). 1005.  12!)     ' J. ������������������TtAKER CAMPBELL.  NOTICE.  ra-XEi2Esas^*'*,a.2i,2CTSi"������:sEs^  Certificate of Improvements.  " COPPER PLATE" .Mineral Claim, situate in  the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: Camp Hedley.  TAICK NOTICE that I. Ainsloy Megraw. K.  M.C. No. B70221. agent fur Sydney M.Johu-  soii, K.M.C. No. HD1-J0.S'. intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for n CerUOeute of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such (VrtiHca.le of Improvements.  Jlutcil this 2,'uh day of October, A.D. 1005.  ��������� I1--0 AINSLEN' MEG RAW.  P  m  fiV>, F*5-?i rvt"5-' 57  @|-fcl  HEDLEV, S3. C  TTI-ks   Leeiciirig  Hotel of th������  SJi-nillorrtesie  This House is New and First Class in Every Resp.  Being Equipped with all  Modern  Conveniences  trie  Light, Telephone,  Bath.", Etc. :       :  ���������"i/T,  derate!  L ������f���������������������f'i������ft, !%������|iie  BEEE3vi  ICT^TX* Town and District.  A social dunce will he held, at the  Hotel Similkameen, to-morrow, Friday  evening, to which all  are invited. . ���������'  Mr. Harry Rodgers came in on last  Thursday's stage and is-the guest'of  his brother, .Air. W. P. Rodgers.  Public win-ship will he held in Fras-  er's Hall on Sunday evening Dec. 10th  at 7 30. p m. , ''  ~ L..W. Shatford 31. P. P came in from  Penticton, on Tuesday's stage, after a  very busy month's work as managing  director, in charge' of the'. Southern-  Okanagan Land Company, during the  i absence of 3Ir. W.  T.  Shatt'ortl,  who  On Tuesday 3Ir. H. B. Lamb was no-1 was in California.  tifietl that he had deen appointed general nirnager of the Yale Mining Co.  The last copy of the British Columbia Gazette contains a notice calling  the Provincial Assembly together on  January 11th.  Mrs. J. R. Cootes has kindly consented to act as organist for the .Method-'  ist church. She played for the first  time last Sunday.  ��������� 31cDonald & Stewart, of the- Hedley  Lumber Company, have bought the  timber in the lower Similkameen from  Mrs. Lowe, \V. J. 3fanery and Armstrongs and purpose taking in a. portable saw-mill to cut it up this winter.  Much timber will be required by the  railway for bridges in that vicinity.  3frs. Hassanl, who has been staying  with her daughter, 3Irs Cootes, left on  .. J.G. Whiteacre, of-Nelson, repre.sen- * Friday morning's stage. She expects to  tative of the Mason and  Kisch uiano  visit Seattle and Tacoma, returning to  piano  company, came in on Saturday's stage  and left on  Monday morning.  Steve Jfangott, Jack Wallace, Phil.  Darragh and Tom Lacey who have  have been working at the Nickel Plate  returned last week lo-their homes near  Fairview. -    -  P.K. Be van. who has been employed  in the store of .1. A. Schubert for the  past six months, severed his connection  with the firm and left for Calgary on  Friday last.  W. Lonsdale of the Nickel Plate  mine met with an accident last week.  While, cutting a piece of tin his hand  slipped, inflicting a nasty cut between  his thumb and finger, necessitating the  insertion of two   stitches.  Shatford's new store is Hearing com-  , pletion. .las. Lang is busy, these days  putting on the first coat of paint.  When completed, this store will be  an ornament to the town and reflects  great credit on the enterprise of the  firm.  The Gazette regrets to read of the  sickness of the "editor and staff," of  the Anaconda News. This is probably  the most unique little paper'published  in the province and we shall welcome  with pleasure the appearance of the  annual number.  One of the wags round town asks  "How much irrigation will it require  to raise Conservatives in Alberta-?"  The Gazette is of opinion from the result of the last election that they have  dry rot so thoroughly there that nothing but a Grit could grow.  The Nickel Plate mine was shut  down for a few days owing to shortr  of water in Twenty-mile and consequent lack of air for power. The man-,  ageinent are putting a couple of pumps  in the lake at the head of the creek,  and hope in this way to effectually increase the supply of water.  The thanks of the public generally  are due to Mr. Lamb, the manager of  the Daly Reduction Company's mill,  for the kind permission which he has  granted to make use of the pond in  front of the office as a skating rink.  Here the. most timid as well as children  may enjoy a pleasant hour or two  without the-slighesfc fear of accident.  Connection with the Boundary is  expected to be resumed to-day. Mr.  Royer informed the Gazette that his  stage would connect at Keremeos with  the Penticton stage both ways. He  now owns the whole line and passengers can count on close connections  and careful attention.  Miss MarieGreenhill,-who lnis been  in Fairview for nearly two months,  nursing typhoid patients, returned on  Thursday's stage. She reports .that  Sir. W. C. Bate had a very severe attack; indeed at one time it was thought  that he. would not pull through. Tt is  pleasing to heat' that he has made a  good recovery.  The Southern Okanagan Land Company will complete the. year with a  record of achievement far beyond the  utmost expection of the directors. It  was one of the most gilt-edged propositions offered to investors of the Eastern provinces, and those of them who  subscribed the stock are to-day congratulating themselves on an extremely lucky hit. The land has sold so  rapid'y that the amount sub-divided  has been disposed of, and.they are now  compelled to lay out more of the land  in small plots.  The crib work along the Twenty  mile creek, which is being performed  by the government under the able direction of Mr. A. Piper, is making  satisfactory progress. That.Mr. Piper  has had considerable, experience in this  kind of work is clearly evident by the  way in which the work is being executed. The foundation logs are laid two  or three feet below the bed of the creek  thus ens-.iring against any possibility  of their washing out, and the cribbing  rises si>: Feet above the level of the bottom of the creek which will lie quite  sufficient to confine the force of the  current even in the highest water.  the latter place to take up her perman  cut residence.    During her brief stay  Mrs. Hassard has made many friends  who will lie glad to welcome  her any  time she returns.  The Pollock Mines Company. Limited, held a. meeting recently and the  following officers were elected : Pres.,  Henry Clay Pollock; Vice-Pres., John  Gladden; Sec'y, Chas. E. Oliver; Directors, E. A. C. Studd and H. W. Yates.  Messrs. Studd and Oliver hope to place  considerable stock in London, England  before they return from their trip to  the Old Country.  Welby's stage broke-down on Saturday between Olalla and Keremeos.  As the stage was going through' some  of the short pitches on the road the  tongue broke, the resourcefulness of  driver McKenzie' was however equal  to the occasion, and lashing the broken tongue together with sundry ropes  he arrived safely at Keremeos. P.  Bromley, the local disciple of Vulcan,  turned his energies loose and the stage  drew into Hedley only two hours late.  The Ladies' Sewing Circle of the  3Iethodist Church held their annual  Bazaar in the church on Thursday  last, when they offered for sale a large  stockof dainty fancy work and useful  articles, the work of their busy fingers  during the past year. The prices .asked  were reasonable, and many sales were  made early in the evening.    After ten  Best, Only Provided for Table  and Bar.  W. J. Henderson, Prop.  Cawston 6 Edmond  o'clock the unsold articles were auctioned, off by Mr. George Cochrane.  Coffee and cake were sold by' the  ladies during the evening. The amount:  realized was $73.00, which will go towards the parsonage fund.  The  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  j  (0  a  j  0  I  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresh Meats  Fish  Vegetables  AND  PI  H  >  Cut  Rates on Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.  HEDLEY,    -   -   -    B.C.  Bonk: of Commerce  CAPITAL���������$8,700,000. - - REST���������$3,500,000.  ..���������.-....���������:- Total Resources (Nov. 30, '04)���������$91,000,000. ' .    ..  Penticton Branch  A Branch of the Bank is now   -  open at Penticton, 13. C. c  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT���������Interest allowed on deposits of ,$1.00and upwards.  Princeton Branch  A Branch of this. Bank is now  open ab Princeton. B..C  BANKING   BY W1AIL~'  Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.   Special attention yiven to this  class of business.   ::   Drafts and Moiicy Orders issued on all points.  A General Banking Business Transacted.  CHRISTIE  Manager  ���������  ���������  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  .Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  ���������Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  Hedley  Livery,    Feed  and  Sale Stable  Just Arrived at the Drug and Book Store���������A most complete  Stock of Xmas Goods and Xmas Gifts, suitable for all . . .  HEDLEY,  Strictly First Class  Special Attention  B.C.  Service,  to  Writing -.Desks, Fancy Papetorie,  Brush Sets, Toilet and Manicure  Glove  and  Handkerchief  Wm <&  Cases,  Boxes,  Purses, Etc., Etc.  given  the Travelling Public.  Teaming of all kinds  done.  lib������ IQ)(S  Our Stock of Toys, Came.'  Story and Picture Books,  Toy Dishes, i.s a lai  . Dolls,  Blocks,  ye assortment.  Military   Brushes,  Travelling   Crises,  .Razor  Sets,   Cigar  Etc., Etc.  Dressing and  Shaving Sets,  Cases,  Pipes,  Pretty  We have Some  Send  by- Mail.  filings  to  ' Horses Bought and Sold.  W. F. REVELY,  At Prices from 50c to $3.00;   better quality up to $10.00,  and Extra Fine as high as $20.00   .       .       .       .       .       .  Xmas Cards, Xmas Numbers, Chinese Lanterns, Xmas Tree Decorations,  Photo Fraiiies, Souvenirs of Hedley and District, Downey's and Ganong Bros.'  Confectionery  and  Bon Bous,   Seeley's   Perfumery.  tationer  HEDLEY,   B.6. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, DECEMBER 7, 1905.  * - f  '.     f  Is A  IN HEDLEY  Safe   Investment  AROUND THE WORKS  (Continued from hint week.)  4  ii  And  Will  Make  Money  Hedley  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  Similkameen  the new mining district which has already been proven, by a  small amount.of development work, to he one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway;   and with the advent of this road,  which is assured in the near future,  it will unquestionably  become a large and hnportant city, and town lots will bring,  big returns on money invested at the present time.  '  SBSBEBttBSSEESSai  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.)    $400 to $600  Other Streets    ........ $200 to $406.  .TERMS..;.  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at-  the rate of 6 per cent.  Those Who  Invest  Now  Mrcnase a few Lots More the Railway C������mess^s=  F-or.F*ull Particulars, Maps Etc.,'  -WF.F.CY   TO-  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  HEDLEY, B.C.  S Commercial Hotel  HEDLEY, B. C.  This hotel under new management lias been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the 'market. The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  H. W. YATES, Proprietor  irons Points!!  FIT WELL, AND WEAR JKELL  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, rtanager.  First  Class  in  Every  .Respect.      Commercial  and  Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similka-  111 cen 'Valleys. , Post House on '.Penticton-  Princeton   Stau'e  Line.  .IF.YOUK-.DEALER DOES NOT CARRY  "THE AMES HOLDEN SHOES" WRITE  US AND WE WILL TELL  YOU WHO  The lines Jlolden Co.. of Montreal, Ltd.  Largest jVltmnfaetiii-i'is orsiwi's in Canada.  VANCOUVER, Ii. C.  wmrniimirrsEi*atiHB8ai. imauwiB  ttmrnijitmrutivn,jMmBaitiaEait~it"m~n  o. w������  mass  ������������������8  STABLE'  Fairview arid Penticton  ���������ALSO -  Proprietors- FAIRVIEW    AND     PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  Good Horses and Pin's and Careful Drivers.  TlIK  PowEl!   QUESTION*.  The second  large SO h. p. boiler for  the steam plant came in last week, hut  will not he put in place this season.  The water supply of Twenty-mile has-  been  keeping up very well,  although  of late considerable water has been let  in from the lake.    Tt is  very doubtful  whether the company will go on with  the scheme of developing  the  water-  power of the' Similkameen,  but will  depend upon Twenty-mile and a. powerful auxiliary steam plant.   This year  the water -of  Twenty-mile creek attained sufficient volume on March 10th  to keep everything moving, and.continued   strong  all   summer and  fall.  ���������With a  higher and lighter dam   at  Twenty-mile lake to store  a good supply   of  water.' and   several   changes  about the works so as to get the greatest possible amount of power from the  water coming down the flume,   it  can  safely be counted on that Twenty-mile  will at least keep the wheels all moving  for  nine  months in  the year, with a  powerful  steam  plant to drive things  for the other three months.  But   the   immediate   realization   of  j steam power is at the present moment  j a thingapparenlly unattainable, owing  i to the difficulty of .procuring fuel. ' It  seems impossible to obtain'a supply of  wood, and until (he railway  conies in  coal  will  not be procurable: (hi; tests  thus far of*obtaining it locally  being  unsatisfactory.     If steam be used this  winter only one of the  two SO horse  power  boilers will be put in use,   and  the 100 horse power Miunford   moved  around to the north end of the power  house  alongside  of the one now partially installed.    When a   steam plant  is installed it will in all  probability be  placed up alongside the mill.     A new  i air compressor for steam is expected  j along iiua few days to be  used  as an  ! auxiliary to the one up at the Nickel.  Plate in emergencies when   the water  power fails for the large compressor in  tiie power house.    In fact it is almost  idle to speak at this time of what is to  be done this winter, for so  much of if  is contingent, upon getting a supply of  wood which' at present doesn't seem  to be forthcoming.  The general manager, Mr. Lamb,  has been handicapped, by arriving  about three months too late in. the  season to enable him to make his dispositions, and in the !absence' of fuel  will be more or less at the mercy of the  weather until the waters of Tweuty-  niile are let loose again next March. ,  Thus far things have gone along quite  smoothly at the works and the lively  manner in which the electric and gravity trains have, been hustling down the .  ore shows that the forty stamps are  getting away with a large amount  of������ ore..  . Ax .'.the .Mine, .  besides supplying the ore to keep the  40 stamps' going���������a very easy matter  where it is quarried out in the glory  holes,���������development is kept up. The  most important development, work for  the year is the opening up of a lower  level by means of a tunnel 000 ft. Jong,  into the-immense, ore body some 170 '.  feet below the..300 ft. level.  Much stripping has also been done  and glory hole connections made with  chutes underneath.  Keservo ore bins at the switch-back  the .starting of a new'elcctrie tramline to haul out ore from Ihe lower  tunnel has been the principal outside  work.  Out of the glory holes about .15,001.)  toil" have been taken during the year,  and all .of it sent down to the mill.  ESTABLISHED 1903  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton   .-O:   Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  .    of the Public.    :        :        :        :  :0:  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming,, and good saddle  horses alwavs on hand.  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  UTe Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <������. REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  j Now that the Great Northern is com-'  I ing .sure, just hustle in your jobs of  j office stationery into the Gazette print  : shop and get ready for your share of  ' the rush.  Tiie Pioneer Garrlaoe  Repair 'Shop  HEDLEY,  B. C.  Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of Blacksniithing done.    :    :  GEO. fi SPROULE,,  Proprietor.


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