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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. III.  No. 49.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1907.  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  DOMINION  ESTIMATES.  Appropriations Made Bring Expenditure  Beyond High Water Mark.  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of'  Branches  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Rest, - - - - 5,000,000  Total Assets; -  113,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England;  A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED  ���������' /  COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED]  84  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1, and upwards received, and interest allowed at  current rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in  the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.  Penticton Branch, J. J. Hunter, Manager.  CHARLES.^. SHAW.  Civii. Engineer,"  , Dominion . and   Provincial  ,.s v      Land Surveyor.  Orders maij be left at Gazette office.  flEDLEY,      : ,   :      :      :      B. G.  AFTERMATH OF*FRUIT EXHIBIT.  R. H. ROGERS,.  [ ' M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER,, SOLICITOR,  ."      NQTARY PUBLIC, ETC.^  Further Details of the Fruit That Made  ���������  Up the Similkameen Exhibit.  Vernon, B. C.  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  A. MEG RAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real Estate, Mines,  Grown   Grants   Applied   For  Under Laud  Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Fire Iris. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.-C  While the Similkameen exhibit sen't  out by the Fanners' Exchange, of Keremeos, V'is not fortunate enough' to  get a place on the prize list,' among so  many competitors, at the competition  whicli formed- a- part of the big con-"  yen'tion of the Northwest Fruit-growers' Association at Vancouver recently,  it is important to know,that it was nob  the. fruit so- much as* inexperience on  the part of the exhibitors,- who did not  make the selection of their fruit that  would .win the -greatest number of  points. The biggest apples of the tree  are not of necessity the best, and con-  noissers in that line look for other  qualities than bigness. Then again,  there is the'matter of packing aud displaying to the best advantage. It is  admitted that it was on these points  that the Similkameen exhibitors full  down. __  The Similkameen selection consisted  of eight boxes of apples. One from  Mrs. Lowe's orchard was the Bell-  flower; one from Mr. Barcello's, a Blue  Pearmain; one from C. A. McDonald's,  a Wagner; one fiom F. Riehter's, a  Baldwin ; and'.four from Mrs. Daly's,  comprising Bell-flower, Northern Spy,  Greening and Black Ben.  There wene some excellent boxes left  that mi account of name of variety  not being- known could not lie exhibited, one from Mr. Manery's being especially noticeable.  The estimates brought down at Ottawa have all the appearance of making this a pre-election session. As a  rule the session immediately preceding  a general election shows much greater appropriations for public works  throughout the country than any  other, but these are mostly done in the  supplementuries which are brought in  at the end of the session.  The estimates now brought down to  the house show.a total expenditure of  $119,237,091, or nearly ' $14,000,000  greater'than last.year. There, is a  marked increase of the percentage of  total' estimates going this year into  public buildings in' the various towns  and" cities.  Among the-towns whose appropriations for public buildings go to swell  the general list are, Cranbrook, Cumberland, Fernie, Ladysinith, Quesnel,  Vancouver, Vernon and Victoria.  The items whiclr interest Yale-Cariboo most are;  Vernon,  public buildings,  $5,000.   -  Salmon Arm, Shuswaplake, wharf,  $2,000.  'Thompson  River, removal of sand  and gravelbais, $8,000.  Woods and Long Lakes, Okanagan  district, opening of boat channel'between these lakes, etc., $5,000.  Vernon, Kelowna - Penticton line,  ,������po,oUO. .. .  Vernon to Lumby, telegraph, $1,700.  t      ���������, .���������������.   KEREMEOS NOTES.  THE   DOLPHIN   MINE  How Financial Depression. Increases the  Woes of Mining  Investors.  SOME CHRISTMAS  DISPLAYS.  HOTEL, PENTICTON  Headouartcrs for Tourist Travel.  -   Kates Moderate.  A. Bahnes, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  HOLLAND, FRENCH  AND JAPAN  bulbri for fall planting.  Seeds-Trees-Plants  for Lhe farm, garden, lawn or  conservatory.  Reliable approved varieties,  at  reasonable prices.  Please bear in mind in placing your order  that our fruit trees are not grown from  cheap imported piece root grafts, but are  budded on whole root seedling grown on  our own grounds and from bearing trees  . _Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps and  Spraying Material, Cut Flowers,  etc.   CATALOGUE FREE.    .  Oldest established nursery on tho mainland of B. C.  M. J. HENRY,  3010 Westminster Road,      Vancouver.  A neat piece of window dressing is  to be seen at the big store of Shatfords  Limited. With four large, roomy plate  glass  windows  lo  give elbow room,  the artistic window-dresser was given  opportunity to spread, and in this case  some   artistic   effects   are   produced.  The two windows in the dry goods department are rendered captivating by  a particularly tasteful arrangement of  the goods.   One.  window  of this department is reserved for gents' furnishings,  but the "piece de resistance" i.s  the  window devoted .to ladies'fancy  wear,  in  which   those airy creations  that  delight   the   feminine   eye   are  grouped and displayed  with the most  artistic effect.     Collars,   belts,   hand'  satchels,  manicure sets,  mirrors &c,  were the articles nsed,   but the grouping and marshalling was wherein lay  the art,  and suggested feminine assistance or counsel.     The window in the  grocery department is calculated   to  awaken yearnings in the small boy, for  confectionery plays a prominent part.  A big bucket of chocolates on the side  illustrates literally and metaphorically  the meaning of the word "profusion."  The   cutlery   window    shares    with  that of   the   ladies'   department   the  honors for artistic grouping, all shades  from the severe steel gray of the scissors  and  carving sets  to  the bright  sheen of the silverware being blended.  At John ...Love's? drug and stationery  store, holiday goods have the call, and  it is principally to the display of these  that some efiective window-dressing  lias been employed. The body of the  store has also been made to take on a.  holiday appearance.  At R. G. Shier's a display of men's  furnishings is made. Fauey vests,  ties, collars, hats, handkerchiefs and  other articles to deck out the Beau  Brummels to the mashing point are  laid out in tempting fashion.  H-  Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Richter, of Osoyoos  Pass, were in town on Monday.  J. S. Meyers, -U. S. customs officer  at Chopaka, was in town on Tuesday.  A carload of ore is to be shipped  shortly from* the Dophin."  The telephone system is now connected with the V. V..& E. station.  Mr. L. A. Clark, of Green Mountain  is in town.  ��������� Thos. Harkness leaves heie to-day  for Carberry, Man. He will return in  the spring,  Mr. Mattice sr. has had many callers  since he broke his leg. His ..'wife -will  be here- this week.  Joseph Armstrong closed down the  work'on the big ditch for two months,  and he will spend his Christmas at the  coast.  When whiskey has full possession  of a man he will box-the compass in  his conduct and go the limit. It is  almost useless to attempt to check  him.  Monday night, Dec. 23rd is reserved  by Santa Clans for all the children and  their friends in the Similkameen district. A good entertainment in the  school house is anticipated.  Two carloads of -horses arrived on  Sunday and Monday for work on the  V. V. & E. The steam shovel will be  added to the force of construction at  once.  A meeting of the Fruit Growers'  Exchange will be held in the office of  the Keremeos Land Co. on Saturday,  December 21st, at 2 p. m., for election  of officers, annual reports, &c.  The manufacturers failed to send to  D. J. Innis with the scales a blue print  and the scales could not be   put in  filnce without it.     The print is now to  mud and the stone foundation for the  scales will be finished to-day.  Lulu Kirhy and M. Barcello jr. left  here on Sunday night 7th inst. and  were married'in the state of Washington. Mrs. Barcello wrote to friends  from Spokane. Many friends here  wish them all that is good in the^state  of matrimony.  The Rev. Mr. Cameron returned  from Fairview on Monday. He says  that the sleighing is fairly good from  Fairview to within two miles of the  big hill northwest of the Indian reservation and that there is no snow on  the road from the reserve to Keremeos  Mrs. Coleman, with, her daughter,  Mrs. Cavers, returned from Rossland  last week. Mrs. Cavers will enjoy the  summer atmosphere of the Similkameen for a few weeks. Master Coleman was successful in passing his examination and will be home from the  coast on Saturday.  Keremeos, B. C, Dec. 17th, 1907.  (Loomis Prospector.)  H. Stevenson, who has done so much  with the Dolphin group of claims at  Olalla, B. C, that an  erstwhile prospect looks like a mine of great value,  put in a day or tw,o among his friends  in Loomis during the past week.- He  has just wound up a tour that carried  him to many of the supposedly solid  financial centres of the land on a mission for money."  He landed some, but  he declares the struggle to have been  as exciting as trying to land a whale  with a hand line.   People are adhering to ready cash like tangle-foot to a  fly's pedals, and no matter what gilt-^  edged song.and dance one- gives them,  as to swift- and monstrous returns on a  small investment, they .are dead set in  the belief that a "dollar iri  the pocket  is worth fifty in the hereafter.  Stevey,  we believe, could  sweat money out of  a miser,  if he started in to do it,  but.  he says if anyone thinks it is a spasm  of sport to raise funds just now on any  kind of proposition, even a gold brick,  he is suffering from pressure on the  brain.   He. has tried it,  and is wise.  Mr. Stevenson expects to keep  things  moving at the mine this whiter, possibly not as swiftly- as he hoped.   The  owners are displaying the proper spirit by doing their share in easing the  situation by making concessions, which  they can well afford to do considering  the   uncertainties   that seem  to surround   things   terrestrial,   especially  those things that have the slightest  bearing upon the monetary question  LICENCES FOR NEXT YEAR  List of Those Who Are Authorized  Sell .Intoxicants in 1908.  to  FAIRVIEW NOTES.  The latest telephone message from  Santa Clans gives notice that he will  not be at Fair-view before Friday night  Dec 27th.  Mrs. McArthur, nee Malone, is visiting with her parents -at their ranch.  She will return to Winnipegoosis, Man:  early in January,  Mr. French of Shatfords Limited,  sperit'the week here and returned to  Hedley, on Saturday.  9 On Wednesday Dec. llthMr. Elliott  left us to spend a few months with  his daughter in Texas. "  King Kennedy and his assistant,  Clifford Lucas went from here to Oroville.  Freighters are now holding down  the road between Keremeos and .Fair-  view.  R, Innis, S. Breedenand A. C. Both-  well of Keremeos registered at the  Golden Gate Hotel on Saturday.  Jack McKenzie, Osoyoos, Robert  Johnston, \Bridesville, and G. H.  Sproule, of, Hedley, all hailing from  the land of the Mayflower, are in town  to-day,  Mr. Patton closed his office here and  is now on his ranch at Myers Flat.  Mi-s. Kellar with her son and two of  her grand children enjoyed a sleigh  ride from Myers Flat to Fairview on  Saturday.  The interest in the Sunday afternoon  services held here by Mr. McGillivary  is encouraging. Service Dec. 22nd at  2; 30 p. 111.  A heavy fall of snow on the mountain east of Fairview prevented Win.  Dalrymple from visiting the mica  croppings a second time. In the spring  there will be a trail to the place.  E. M. Cud worth of Sidley arrived  hero on Sunday to attend the December meeting of the Board of Licence-  Commissioners, The Board meets today at the office of Gold Commissioner  Brown.  Messi-s Carmichael, Campbell, Bromley and Ira Dalrymple came up from  Kruger Mountain last week. The  Dominion Fairview Copper Co. will  likely have a camp built, and they  will then continue the development  work at the mine.  The King Kennedy Panoramic exhibition was given here in the Golden  Gate Hall on Saturday night'to an interested audience. Every home in  Fairview was represented, and there  was good support from the Stem-  winder camp.  The regular or semi-annual meeting  of the Boards of Licence Commissioners, under the Liquor Licence Act,  were held on Monday, Dec. 10th.  A notable feature of this meeting is  that it is likely to be the last meeting  of commissioners held under the Liquor Licence Act of 1900, it being currently reported that that act will be  repealed at the coining session of the  provincial legislature, and the whole  machinery of the' liquor traffic udrnin-  istei ed- by ii special' department of the  government at the head of which will-  bs Superintendent Hussey of the provincial police..  '   -;    ,  ���������The present Act was first brought in  by Joe Martin- in 1899,  he  being then  Attorney-general of the Seinlin-Cotton   .  admihi.stiatio'n.   In Apiil, 1900, it was  found to be ultra vires, and from April  to August of that year   the   unique  spectacle' was witnessed of the traffic  running itself during the inter-regnum.  Those who had been granted licences.  did not apply foroiebate,   but went on  selling, and it did not appear that any  others ventured to set up shibecus and  sell without any authority.    The first  act of the new' Dunsmuir government  was to alter the Martin bill to conform  to the requirements of the Federal authorities and the act then put through  was known as the Liquor Licence Act  of 1900,  under which  the traffic has  been   administered   during   the   past  seven years.   As an act it had its good  points and also its weak ones; although  the main weakness could not be cluirg-   .  ed up against the act but against the  commissioners and licence inspectors  who failed to do their duty under it.  . Until   details   are   known   of   the  scheme which is to take its place, no  criticism of it is in order nor comparisons to be instituted.     That will come  later on when an opportunity is afforded of judging" it fairly on its merits  and the results which it may produce,  duly weighed to see. whet her they  be  good or bad.  Following are the licences granted  at Monday's meetings in Similkameen  and South-east Yale licence districts :  SIMILKAMEEN.  Transfer.���������Geo. McCoskery, of Tula-  meen hotel, Princeton, to Samuel McCoskery and VV. J. Kirkpatrick.  Renewals.���������W. J. Henderson, Otter-  Flat hotel,'Tulameen City,  for 6 1110s.;  Chas. de Barro,  Granite Creek hotel,  Granite Creek, for 6 mos.; Samuel McCoskery and W. J. Kirkpatrick, Tulameen hotel, Princeton, for 6mos.; Jas.  Wallace, Princeton hotel,  Priuceton,  for 6 mos.; Lloyd A. Manley and Peter  Swanson,     Great    Northern    hotel,  Princeton, for 12 mos.; Goldsboi-ough  &Worgan, Allison hotel, Allisou, for  6 mos.; Frank B. McArthur and Thos.  Guiney, Commercial hotel, Hedley, for  6 mos.;   John Lind,  Great Northern  hotel, Hedley, for 12 mos.; D. G. Hackney, Hotel Hedley, Hedley, for 0 mos.;  August Jackson,  New Zealand hotel,  Hedley, for 6 mos.;   Herring & Winkler, Grand Union hotel, Hedley, for 12  mos.; W. T. Atherton, Hotel Similkameen, Hedley, for 12 mos.;  John Cos-  grove, Park hotel, Similkameen, for 6  mos.;    Thos.   Bradshaw,   Bradshaw's  hotel, Fifteen Mile, for 12 mos.  SOUTH-EAST YAM-!.  Transfer.��������� G. O. Guise, Westbridge  hotel,Westbridge, to A. D. Bromnfield.  Renewals.��������� J. W. Guiney, Osoyoos  hotel, Osoyoos, for 6 mos.; D. A. Cameron, Camp McKinney hotel, Camp  McKinney, for 61110s.; A. D. Broom-  field, Westbridge hotel, Westbridge,  for 6 mos.; H. S. Pittendrigh, Rock  Creek hotel, Rock Creek, for G mos.;  Gorman West, Bull Creek hotel, Bull  Creek, for 0 mos.; Thos. McAuley,  Hotel Hamill, Beaverdell, for 6 mos.;  Harry Jones, Golden Gate hotel, Fair-  view, for 6 mos.; Evan-Morris, Miners'  Home, Fairview, for 6 mos.; W. B.  Hine, Alexandra hotel, Okanagan  Falls, for G mcs.; Goo. Kir by, Hotel  Keremeos, Keremeos, for G mos.;  Tweddle & Reith, Central hotel, Keremeos, for 6 mos.; Percy Marks, Alke-  zar hotel, Keremeos, for 12 mos.; Geo.  Shurson, Olalla hotel, Olalla, forG mos.  The licence of D, McBride was cancelled for irregularities. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   DECEMBER 19,   1907.  ;Ci������  tf  *-���������  and  Similkameen Advertiser  m  closing down of this industry. His  attitude in the past has been concili-  atorv  rather  than   hostile,, and   ,the  I  , men  themselves are ready  to  admit  Issued on Thursday-;, by the Hudi.kv O.v/.ktti"  Pkintino and l'i;iii.isiiixo Comi'a.vv. that he is fair.    The notice which lias  LlMlTl'D.   at Hudlcy. B. ('. I   _j u _i been put up i.s not  in  the . form ot a  i i .'���������''..,.  Subscriptions in Advance 'peremptory posting of wage '.schedule  Six Months!VV.y.llV.y.y.V.y.V.!V.y.Viy.V.l'M!<iO   -)l,fc a  general notice    in   compliance  Advertising Rates j with the terms of  the  Lemieux  Act  Measurement, VI linos to tho inch. | fm. rc.-adjustinent of wage scale.    This  LonU Notices���������CurttHeii'tWof improvement, etc, .-,.',       ,, .  ' ..  $7.0() Cor UO-cluy. notices, and .*5.U() for'SO-dn y   in itself should constitute most tnvor-  ������������������.-notices, "���������������������������:. ' " " ' " ; ."    "'  Transient Advcrtiscinents-not exceeding one   able conditions.for negotiation.  Inch, JJ1.00 -for one insertion, '.'5��������� eon'ts- for  each subsequent Insertion.   Over one inch,  10 cent-- per lino for (list insertion and 5  cents per line fur ouch subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements��������� One inch per month  ������1.25; over 1 inch and up to 1 inches, ������1.00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than  four inches, on  application; rates; will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.' ���������'.'���������������������������'���������'"���������'"  ' '  .-Advertisements-will, bo changed oiic-o every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes uftoncr-tlui n once a month  the price of composition will be charged at  regular rate*.      ' -  Changei for contiaot ad \oiti-*cinciits should  be in the oifioo by noon on Tuesday lo secure  attention tor that week's i-sue.  A. MEG RAW, Managing; Editor.  Full .Moon  19th  Lu-t quar.  :27 th.  1907  DEC.  New Moon  5th  First quar.  11th.  1907  Sun. Won. Tugs. Wed. Tin;. Fri. Sat.  1  2  3  s  9  10  13  1(5  17  22  23  21  29  30  31  4  11  IS  2i  ..-  12  19  20  G  13  20  7  II  21  28  At .������������������Keremeos it is claimed '"that the  people there, have been assured by  Duncan Ross M. P. thai.'they were to  have a daily., mail 'service as soon as  arrangements' could be completed  with the postal -'authorities' of the.  United States. , Suiely. Air. Ross is  not going to forget that there is a  place called Hedley a little farther up  the valley. If there were, no existing  means for conveying a daily mail between Keremeos and Hedley, failure  to have daily service extended on up  the valley as far as this town, might  to a certain extent bo over-looked, but.  when there is a daily stage connecting with G'u-at Northern trains, it  shouldn't he considered an unreasonable contention on the part of Iledley-  ites to hold that it is up to Mr. Ross  to see that the daily mail comes on to  Hedlev.  NOTICE.  1836  THE BANK OF  In the matter of the Land Registry Act and in I  tho matter of Title to Lots 13 and 14, Block  ���������i, Map 137, Eastern Addition, Hedley City.  AVI TERRAS the certillcate of title of Harvey  Tinglcy, being Certillcate of Title No. KMIilO A,  to the above hereditaments luin been lost or  destroyed and appliedtlim has been made to me  for a.duplicate thereof:  NOTICK is hereby given that a duplicate  certillcate of title to the above hereditaments  will bo issued'ut the expiration of one month  from the date of Hist publication hereof, unless  in'the meantime valid objection to the contiurv  bo mndo'to mo in writing.  \V. II. HBMONDS,  District Itcgistiar.  Land Registry. Ollicc,  Kamloops, B. C. Doc. Kith, 11)07.        19-1  1907  ���������  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  ZICRO, JACK FROST, MOLLIK and PHYLLIS Mineral Claims, situate in the Osoyoos  '     Mining Division of Yale District.    Where  : located:   Camp Hedley.  TAKIC NOTICK that I, Chas. deB. Green, as  agent for C. A. C. Steward. F. M. C. No.  5S0K, and for A. R. Barrow, F. M. C. No. -*-.  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Im-  pioveiucnts. for the purpose of obtaining Crown  (.'rants ot the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Scction'87,' must be commenced before the issu-  'ancc of such Certillcate of Improvements.  Dated this oth day of No\ ember, A.D. 11107.  1C-10 -    C. deB. GREEN, Agent.  NOTICE.  THE LABOR  SITUATION  FOSTER'S WEATHER BULLETIN  The labor situation is believed to  have 'unproved somewhat during the  past week and .some who a week ago  had given up hope of any agreement  being arrived at by which work would  continue, have been enco.iraged  by news from the Boundary where  ' there is now said to.be a .possibility  of miners and mine-owners getting  together.  While that contingency is generally  regarded-'as the first step towards  clearing up the situation for Hedley,  it does not, to our mind, necessarily  follow that an adverse vote in the  Boundary unions is to be taken as a signal for stopping all wheels in Hedley.  ' Failing ��������� a favorable vote there for  continuance on the same basis as Ross-,  land; there is still the chance (audit  should be a good one) that Hedley  miners will work out their own problem in their'own interests. They have  been assured that it in not so much  the Rossland scale, that the Boundary  miners object to or complain of, but  of the manner ��������� in which Boundary  mine-owners- ignored them and also  took advantage of them in shutting  down without notice or consultation.  Now in Hedley the miners have; not  been treated that way. They have  had work and the high wage scale all  through November and all .December,  and they are the only ones in this  province or any of the adjoining  states- that have had it. These circumstances if duly weighed by the  men should dispose them to a-.policy  of give and take and aid materially  in .affeeling nn amicable settlement,  .seeing that the management here  (both general manager and .superintendents) bavi- always shown a, disposition to doal squarely with them  and in this matter have already gone  more than half-way to meet them.  Failing both contingencies already  mentioned there may be a third slight  ray of hope for possible continuance  of work in Camp Hedley, even with  the Boundary all shut down tight for  a lengthened period. ' That hope arises  from the. impression that Mr. Ross  has carte blanche to decide one way  or the other, while in Boundary's case  it was from New York that the fiat  went forth swift and inexorable to  shutdown tight. Mr. Ross being on  the ground and understanding the  whole situation knows the widespread distress that must follow a  shut-down here, for not Hedley alone When writing Advertisers,  but the entire  valley ..wquld feel,,,the. J: ,     .,,.,,,. Mention the Gazette  Warn; wave will cross Pacific slope  about 14, great cential valleys 115,  eastern states 18. Cool wave will  cross Pacific slope about 17, great central valleys 19, eastern states 21.  This disturbance will not bring as  hifrh temperatiucs as the preceding  disturbance did but the cool wave following it will go to much lower'temperatures than the cool wave pieced-  ing, therefore you may prepare for a  biting cold wave that will cross meridian 90 not far from Dec. 19. About  that time the cold will be. sufficiently  severe in sections to form at least four  inches of ice and this will raise a query  with ice packers whether to attempt  .harvesting ice or wait till later. That  query- illustrates the value of good,  long range forecasts. Prepare for real  winter and severe-weather the last  half of December. ��������� ���������  Jupiter will control our weather-  during the thirteen days of which  December 23 will be central During  the long evenings of Dec. 22 23 and'24  if you will "observe the moon you will  see it pass within one degree of Jupiter  and you may charge to the effects of,  the conjunction of these two bodies all  cold and storms and snows and cold  rains that will occur about that time.  : Saturn ��������� nay be seen in the .west .in  the. early evening, but,'is' not conspi-;  eupus. .Her ringsare edgewise toward  the earth and cannot how be seen.  Her rings probably lie in the plane of  her equator and therefore she is near  her equinox. I do not ascribe so much  importance to the equinoxes as do.  other planetary meteorologists. The  equinoxes alone do not count for much  but when combined with other features of planetary influence they have  some effect. Our solar system is a. perfect piece of machinery and every  body of that svstem is connected, magnetically with every body as much as  every wheel of a great printing press  is connected with every other wheel of  it.  Certificate of Improvements.  "B.C.", "IRTSII BOY." "GOLDEN ZONE"  and "SILVKH BELL" Mineral Claims,  situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  Yale Distiiet. Where located: Quartz  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Chas. deB. Green, at.  agent for J. J. Marks. F. M. C. No. B 55:������>,  Paul Brodhagcn, F.M.C. No. 15 5513, and James  Murphy, F.M.C. No. B 5514, intend, sixty days  fiom date heieof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Ceitilic.ites of Iinpiovcnicnts. for  tho purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above  claims.  And fuithcr take notice that action, under  section ."7, must be commenced before the issuance of such Ccrbilicates of Impro\ ements.  Dated this 5th day of No\ ember. A.D. 1!K)7.  15-10 C. ������lB. GREEN, Ac is XT.  This Bank has a record behind it of nearly three quarters of-  a century of successful banking1 in Canada, with assets  increasing every year until they now exceed $50,000,000.  Money Advanced on reasonable terms.    1T Drafts bought and  sold".   ' U Sams   Notes   cashed  or taken for collection.  .11 Monjey Orders and Letters of.Credit, issued, payable,in the leading cities of the world.  Escrows in  connection with  Mining Deals given special  attention.   ' , ��������� ' ���������  Hedley   Branch,    -   -   L. G. MacHaffie, Manager  c<>oeocosc^ov.i������������cc-c>;vcr^^^  f.f.  astern Townships Bank   .....    EstaMished 1859    CAPITAL AND RESERVE,  $1,860,000  Head Office :  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  , _   '   ��������� ,79 BRANCHES IN CANADA      "  Keremeos Brancli,   -   -   J. A. ft. Rome, Manager  NOTICE.  BBBB  S&BBSaBXBEBSSKBSBBSSaaBSSSBR  ���������KaanaaBEsagssanMBBR  HOTEL SI MILK AM Ef;N    HEDk&y, B. 6. -���������-   Certificate of Improvements.  "King Eowakd" and '.'Nicutiiawiv' Mineral  Claims, situated in tiie Osoyoos Mining  Division of Yale 'District;   Where locat-  ���������     ed :   On Susap Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that.1. R. II. Parkinson,.free  miner's'certificate No. Bofi/o, intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to. apply to tho Mining  Recorder for Certificate* of improvements,- for  the purpose of obtaining -Crown Grants of,tho  above claims.  And Further take' notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ofsuch Certificates of; Improvements^     ;  . Dated this 28th day of October, A.D. 1E07-.  43-10 s        R'. II. PARKINSON.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  'Nick of Time Fraction," "War Cloud," "Maid  of the Mist" and "Kibe Fraction" Mineral  The following personal notice and  appreciation of a worthy resident of  the valley is received from Victoria,  under date of December 11 th, and the  Gazette i.s pleased to publish it in this  isenc: Mr. Frank Richter of Keremeos, B. C. spent last week in 'Vancouver., attending the Fruit Ornworvs'  Convention held there, and was one of  the speakers. His extensive knowledge of the ins and outs of the fruit  growing industry, and bright and witty remarks made hi\s speech very interesting. General regret was expressed that owing to the shoit time  at their disposal, the Committee bad  limited the speakers to seven minutes  each, but after the close of the meeting Mr. Richter was besieged with all  sorts of inquiries regarding fruit raising from interested members of the  Convention, and he received numerous  congratulations on his fine address.  Mr. Richter came to Victoria on Saturday evening on a business trip. He  leaves for home on Thursday via the  G. N. 11.  Claims, situate in the. Osoyoos Mining  Division of Yale Distri6t. Where located:  Camp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J, Fras'cr Campbell,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B5G31, agent  for self and Chas. E. Oliver, Free Miner's Certificate No. B55S2. intend; sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Rccoi-der  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims. .  And.further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.        ,  Dated this 17th day of October, A.D. 1<)07. 40-10  NOTICE.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  District ok Yai.i*.  TAKE NOTICE 'that I, G. M. Allison, of  Keremeos. B. C. occupation���������rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land:���������  Commencing at the southeast corner of Lot  lii'OO, thence running 20 chains south, thence 20  chains east to Lot 257, thence 20 chains north  along line" of Lot 257. thence 20 chains west to  point of commencement, and containing forty  acres more or less.  G. M. ALLISON.  Dated October 10th, 1007. 11-10  T������E LEADING  HOTEL OF TtlB SIMlLKflmEEN*VALLEY  This house is new and strictly first class  in every respect, being .equipped with all  inodern conveniences-^electric light, telephone, baths, etc.       :. :',   Rates moderate.  W. T; ATHERTON,  Proprietor.  a?   '  ,:--.-...      .      - Bv  ft - y  -  *  WHEN YOU HANKER FOR '������������������  Fresh  Pork or Mutton  Cured Meats,     Fish or Poultry  CALL UP PHONE INo. 5  AND TELL YOUR WANTS TO  I  I  X  f  I  ���������'!  X  i  x  x  X  X  i  I  BL Jo EB>M������i?m  B IMtetar  5  NOTICE   TO    ELECTRIC  USERS.  LIGHT  Please  ("JAVI NO to a short-slfTo of power, it may bo  ^J neccssai-y to the operation of tho plants  of this Company that the Town Lighting Service be discontinued at any moment during the  next four months, cither temporarily or for the  period named. Users of the light arc therefore  notified hereby to-prepare for Kitcli an emergency. AVhcneyer possible, two Hashes of the  lamps will be given ten minutes before the  circuit is opened.  DALY- ni5DU.CT.ION CO., Ltd.  Hedley,'B.C., Nov. 5th, 11507. 13-11  NOTICE..  APPLICATION" FOR   TRANSFER   OF   LIQUOR  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that I will make  application to the Board of Licence Commissioners for the Similkameen Licensing District at its next meeting for a transfer of the  liquor licence held by I). G. Hackney for the  Hotel Hedley, situate on Lots H and 15, Block  25, townsite of Hedley, from the said D. G.  Hackney to Vander.l. Rose and Gust Elstrom,  trading under the firm name of Rose & Elstrom.  Dated this 12tliday of December, A. D. 1!)07.  ���������11J-1  D. G. HACKNEY.  ADVERTISE IN THE GAZETTE !  Route of the Oriental  and Fast Mail  RT WAY  LEAVES KEREMEOS DAILY 4:30. P. M..;   ARRIVES 9:00 A. M.  Comfortable and Fast Service to  Seattle, Vancouver, Vic=  Edw. OREENOUGH   -   Agent  .  W. A. ROSS  -  A. Q. P. Agent  Keremeos, B. C.  Seattle, Wash.  DIRECT   CONNECTIONS   AT    SPOKANE   WITH  EAST   AND    WESTBOUND   OVERLAND    TRAINS  ....>-,.  i.ii.r,l  ���������v.A  <\Af"..v������.,,'-Wi-W"  ,^^f/H  *-.'-''-"^ i'HB. HEDLEY ..GAZETTE,   DECEMBER   10,   W.  1  REVELY'S  S T A- B L E  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  - Express Office in Connection  Your wants for Livery or Team  AVork will be attended to  by culling Phone 12.  W.   Fi  REVELY,   Proprietor  $ 1  I ���������      TIIE      ���������      ������ I  I Great Northern "  I Hotel  X _ .     ������  rfjnceton  i  i  g  I  I  Is *notcd over the ��������� entire district for excellence" of both tabic'  :   :   :' :    " and bar.       :   :   :   :  All the wants of the travelling  public   carefully  attended   to.  OLIVER & GLADDEN  -:o:  Civil & Mining .Engineers  :o:-  7V1IINJB6, ^ricl '',!���������'.  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B.C.  TdlnB  Travelling Public:  If you want a  good stable  .and prime feed  for your horse  : : call on : : ,  * -  SAM'L D. HINE  Livery & Feed Stable  FAIRVIEW,   -   -   B  ������' '     *  X  X  X  X  if  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  K  X  X  *Z  X  H  K  x  X  X  X  '*������  X  K  x  x  ���������"������  X  X  f  y^-f55?  ^&**������f~-*  n"  r~~  L_  ,1  H  a*  Sri  ^1  i-i  m  r  H  (������-e  X  9  I  S  i  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing more bod  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Table and  bar   first - class.    Rates  moderate.  3  1  !  I  X  X  i  JOHN LIND,. Proprietor  Town and Distrkfl.  ' Constable. Sproule left on. Sunday  for Fairview t-o attend meeting of-the  South'-East Yale Licence Board.1  - A number of drunken Siwashes are  reported to have been in evidence on  Sunday liist "during the absence of  Constable Sproule in Fairview.'  Wanted���������Men to cut 225 cords  wood.   Apply to,J. Innis, Hedley.  C. E. Oliver returned to Hedley last  week after his trip to Tote Jaime  Cache, for which point he left early in  September.  J. A. Nesbitt, of Penticton, is preT  pared to dothe handsome for dwellers  in the lowei Okanagan in the line, of  Cin-istmas goods.  Messis'J. J. McDonald and Angus  -Stewart have taken the job of putting  in culverts on''the V. V. & E.' and are  at present engaged on the work.  - Mrs. R' S. Collin .whojeft hist week  for England will probably be' on 'the  ocean1 by this time. It is difficult, however, to get a berth at this season, of  the year.  , Wild goats have been seen ,within  the past,feAV weeks "on some/of the  higher mountains adjoining Twenty-  mile canyon. -H. W. Yates saw. quite  a band of them recently on Spokane  mountain. &  Miss'Elliott, Kingston Ave*"., does all  kinds of plain sewing, mending, pressing and renovating gentlemen's clothing &c. Orders may be left,Avith.Mrs.  Lyon. *  W. E. Welby, proprietor of the Penticton stage line lias gone off on. a visit'  to his home in England, and will be  gone about two or three months. The  stage is in good.hands with H. P. Nelson on the box. - -  The other morning ;J. Mierhpffer  saw-'a deer at the foot of the mountain  a few yardsin rear of his house. This  is the first case that has been heard of  deer straying inside the town limits  for .several years.   -.- -���������  Lost.���������On Sunday,, either in Hedley  or on way to railway construction  camp, a pair -of '-gold-rimmed" spectacles in a black hinged case on which  was lettered "The King Co., Spokane.."  Reward at Gazette oflice to finder.  Mr. Donald McPhail came down  from Otter Valley about a Av.eek ago,  and will spend the 'winter here. His  Hedley friends are pleased to see the  improvement which, encourages the  hope.that he will,soon recover full use  of the disabled-limb.   :        '���������*'  At Love's ;Db.ug & Book Store  there is a great array of articles .-suitable; for Xmas Gifts, many of which  are ready for mailing. Don't forget  to call and have a look at them, as  they will certainly help you to . decide  "what to%et for��������� '-'"'' ": ������������������������������������   for'-Xmas."  It is rumored that the dailv; boat  to Penticton is to be discontinued  shortly,, and the tri-Aveekly service  take its place. It should be easier to  keep the lake open by having the boat  cover the" course twice in the day instead of only once.  The subject of Rev. J. Thurburn  Conn's lecture on Friday evening last  was "Moses" and'' it was handled by  thelecturer in an interesting maimer.  The lecture for Friday 27th has been  called oftowing-to the many holiday  engagements about that time.  W. J. Manery of the lower Similkameen was in town last Aveek Mr. Manery tells of the accommodation which  ranchers in the lower Similkameen receive from the V. V. & E. train crew,  who he says are the most obliging lot  of chaps he ever met in that business.  The time schedule between Oroville  and Keremeos gives them lots of margin, and if a rancher Avants a lilt all  he has to do is to hail the train at a  crossing or in a field and they will  stop and take him on. About the only  thing they'draw the line at is being  stopped to ask the engineer for a chew  of tobacco.  The days have done all the shortening up in the evenings that they are  going to do, In fact they have already  begun to lengthen out at that- end of  the day, as the sun now (Dec. lflth),  sets one minute later in the evening  than it did ten days ago. The shortening up process will, however, go on in  the mornings until five minutes more  of daylight-have been cut off, and that  will not be accomplished until Friday,  December 27th (the anniversary of St.  Sohn the evangelist) and it Avill take  until Jan. 5th 1908 before a minute has  been gained in the morning although  by that time the days will have lengthened out in the evening 14 minutes.  These calculations are for Winnipeg,  where the latitude and longtitude correspond more closely with our own  , than ..those, of Toronto or Quebec.    --r:Z.  Xmas    Cards   and     Calendars  Love's Drug & Book Store.  at  . It is expected that Xmas Day Avill  come on , December 25th this year,  which will be to hand  in less than  a  week's time.   See  Fancy Goods.  Love's   stock  of  Xmas numbers of the Globe, London  NeAvs, Graphic and Black' <fc AVhite  are very pretty this year. John Loats  has a full stock of them.  What about that daily mail service  to Hedley? The trains have now been  ^running daily 'to Keremeos for over  two months which-should give ample  time for the P. O. .department to make  arrangements for the new schedule.  ' The Xmas tree entertainment on  Monday eA'ening next in Fraternity  hall is likely to bring out a large attendance. The subscription list to  purchase presents for the children  met with a hearty response. Admission free; everybody Avelcome.  ' J. E. Anderson, eletrician for the  Daly. Reduction Company for the* past  .season .left" on Monday for Molson,  Wash., where ha is going on his ranch.  His place here is taken by G. Mc-  Eachern from the Dominion Copper  Co's plant at Boundary Falls. He was  formerly Avith the Cascade Power and  Light Co.  Isn't it a funny thing that those  who are the first to dictate the, policy  oineAvspapers published in theirmidst  and say Avhat the .editor should publish  and Ayhat he should not publish, are  conspicuous -by the" absence of their  names in the advertising columns. In.  many cases they do not even pay for a  subscription to the paper that they  are kicking about, but sponge the  leading of it from somebody else, who  does.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������  &  AT  J. A. Nesbitt's  PEf-TICTON  Xmas. Tree Decorations. Boys'  Sleighs, Hand Wagons, Fliers,  Automobiles, Hockey. Sticks*,  Foot Balls, Ma'sks, Wheel-  Barroavs, Baby-avalers and  Savings, &c, <S*c.      .*.      ���������.���������      .'.-  I BELL Organ and i MASON &  RISCH Piano (second hand) for sale.  Also the DE LAVAL Cream-Separators..    .Phonographs and  Records.  ygm *������& *������* *������n isi t<& i<& ������& 4������i  45$  <S*PACE will not permit us to enuni-  . erate all the good things wo have:  for the Xmas shopper to choose from.  *ir We AvailL you to come in and see  them. 1f We are always pleased to  show Avhat we have.  There are nice fresh Fruits, Peels,  etc., for the cake and pudding; Fancy  Candies.'Nuts etc.jfor the table, and  a> big assortment of pretty and useful  articles suitable foi- gifts for old and  young.  t  SHATFORDS, Limited  ���������*.-������������������   " -   - ���������- .i  The Big Store "  ������*.  PHONE No. 8  HEDLEY, B. C.  ���������������������������������������������������������������<��������� 4>o-e>*"*  Keremeos New Townsite  v  Now On.the Market.    The V.' V. & E. Raihvay Station will be in the  centre.of the  town.  Now is the time to get your lots, bcfoie the first  train comes up the  valley.        -  , = Choice 1, 2 and- 3 acre lots all around  towii site.  '  The 10 acre 'Fruit lots are going fYist,   Just a few  left.   Noav is: the time-to double ybutvinouey".  .   ���������:    \'/.'r For; Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos,.B.C.  ,.,   ,J. J. Armstrong, Manager  ���������Town Lots  $ioo, $200  and $250  i, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots S300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  . Terms Easy  s^te*  1 IS TO MAKE PRESENTS TO DEM FRIENDS I  KEEP TfiftT SMIL&���������Don't leJ: tn������" gift question Dottier uou!  E have done all the bothering for you, and the result is the largest  and handsomest collection of holiday gifts that we have ever shown..  Make but your list and come and check it off here���������That's the easiest  and most inexpensive way.      We have something for everybody.   JUST  A   FEW   HINTS     '    '-���������".'"' : ���������  s  m  m  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  m  @  ������  ������  ������  @  m  ������  m  For tiie Lady--  Nick Mantcuiu-: Skts (real  -  ebony or pearl), Glove AND  IT A N D K K It. C r 11 K V    CASES,  Picture Fra.aies, Jeavet,  Cases and Trays (solid  broir/.e), Pekfujies, Toilet  and tr.varelt.ing cases,  Books, Chatelaine Bags. .  For the Gent.���������  Siiaa'ino and Razor. Sets,  Dressing and Traa'elling  Cases, Military Brushes,  Case PirEs, Cigar Cases,  Pocket Books, Bridge  Sets, Etc., Etc.  For tiie Children���������  Dolls of All Kinds, Toy  Dishes, Blocks. Games,  Balls, -Mechanical Toys,  Rocking Horses. Rattles,  Toy Guns, Pistols, Toy  Carts, Etc., Etc.  .     ��������� THERE'S NOTHING TO lT-THls is tiie place lor Xmas Goods:  Xmas Decorations, Festoons, Lowney's Confectionery,-Gonfetti. Xmas  ���������Candles, Books, Albums, Xmas Cards, Xmas Numbers, Harmonicas,  Tissue Paper, Plain and Crepe Tinsel, Hair Brushes and Combs, Ink  Stands, Pocket Books, Bridge Sets, B. C. Souvenir Gards, Fancy  Stationery, Flags. Picture Postals, Purses, Bibles, Prayer Books, Etc.  I3f Gall and See Our Display, Even Though You Do Not Buy!  THE   DRUGGIST  and  STATIONER  H6(1160, B.6.  3S *������&$$-  @.  @".  @.  m  #���������:  ������;  ������  *@>  #  ;#''  ������'���������  ������������������-&*���������  ^#-  ������ ���������  ������ ..-  ������  ������.  m THE  HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   DECEMBER   19,   1907.  CORRESPONDENCE.  Keremeos, Dec. 12, 1907.  To the Editor of the Gajskttk,  Hedley,���������  Sir : At this time when the Keremeos .mind is 'more, or less agitated  about the great question of a bridge  across the Similkameen river, an ex-  rac-ssion of opinion from one avIio is  somewhat interested, may not be out  of place, the more especially as our  public meeting did not materialize.  Public'opinion "seems, to be about  equally divided among three possible  sites for. the proposed bridge, which  Ave mav designate the ferry site, the  lane site and the town site. Permit  me, Mr. Editor, for the sake of argu-  menl, to suggest a fourth, namely : a  point from thiec-quartcrs of a mile to  three miles down the river beloAV the  new townsite. What! away down  the river! Why, yes. 'But-that is  absiud ! lidiculous ! Seems like it,  does it not?. '.But-'let ut? think a moment. "'��������� Is it any more absurd that the  people to come on the Webster estate  should go. three '"miles doAvn the river  for a crossing, than that the doAvn-  .river people should go three miles up  to the old ferry site,or three-quarters  of a mile up to. the land site?  Let us see just what these distances  mean when they have to be travelled  continuously.  If the bridge is at the lane, and the  rancher from the south wishes to go to  town and back again the same way, he  must travel that extra three-quaiters  of a'mile just four times per trip,  which makes three utterly useless  miles of a tax upon his time, implements', and horses.  If the bridge is at the ferry, the useless distance travelled will be not less  than ten or twelve miles.  Suppose a rancher even on the Webster estate below the townsite wishes  to send his children to the Keremeos  school. Have those unfortunate little  ones to tramp or ride from three to  twelve miles out of their way'every'  day for five days in the week, and two  hundred odd days in'the year?  In the event of an urgent call in case  Of sickness, that extra distance might  mean the difference between life and  death.  Plainly, the only reasonable location  for the bridge is neither up river nor  down river, but as nearly as possi-  .   1JLE OPPOSITE TO THE TOAVNSITE.  But Ave are told that there are many  reasons against this. We are told that  certain private interests are urgently  concerned; that the expense Avould be  too great; that there are not adequate  banks to the river at that point.  The first named reason may be  speedily disposed of. If differences of  opinion exist among our local magnates, which we do not assume to be  true, should the whole 'down-river,  south bank travelling public be penalized in order to smooth the ruffled  feelings or add to the Aveight of the  plethoric weasel-skin ?  The question oftexpense is more serious, but a mere matter of a little extra initial expense should not decide,  the matter. In our private businesses,  if we have not sufficient money for.  our contemplated improvements, they  must wait till we have, and the rule is  just as applicable to our public expenditures.  As to the river banks, I am convinced that they are much better for making a crossing than those where the  railroad bridge crosses at Armstrong's,  and any doubters can do no better  perhaps than see for themselves and  be convinced.  In conclusion, Mr. Editor, let me  .state that I hold no brief, in this matter, from any corporation or creed,  person or party.  The proposed- bridge is a great public  work, and will likely be standing long  after we who build it are removed  from our present sphere of operations ;  therefore let us hope that it will be so  placed that present and succeeding  generations may not rise up and call  us cursed.  Yours truly,  Doavn-river Rancher.  PROPERTY IN HEDIEY  Is  A  Good,  Safe   Investment  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  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Similkameen  the ncA\* mining district Avhich has already been proven, by a  small amount of development work, to be one of the richest-  * gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief toAvn on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway;   and with the' advent of this road,'  Avhich is assured* in the near future,  it will unquestionably  become a large and important city, and town lots Avill bring  big returns on money invested at the present time.  Scott. Aye. (main st.) ..  .  .;.".-.' .... $400 to $600  Other Streets!...........  . ��������� $200 to. $400.  ....TERMS....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6, per cent.  ETM^iWKiiWi'friMiftfifittWfl  For Those Who Invest Now  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway Comes"*^*^^  For RsjII F-^etrticuleirs, TVVaps &tc9  ��������� /*%!"��������� PLY   TO-  The Hedley City Townsite Co'y, ltd.  l: w. shatford,  Secretary and flanager,  HEDLEY, B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, Tianager.  First Class in Every Respect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  ���������    Princeton   Stage  Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  ^W������a*W*������&������A������*4*^V&VW*W&  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,  B.C.  THIS HOUSE HAS. RECENTLY BEEN RENOVATED  *   AND REMODELLED, AND IS NOW IN FIRST    ,  CLASS ORDER.   WHITE -HELP ONLY.  i  METEOROLOGICAL.  The folloAving are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the Aveek  ending Dec.   14: '     ���������    .  AT THE MINE.  Maximum Minimum  Dec    8          ���������..'-���������      34      7. 18  9                       35    '  .. ���������       14  10 ..         31       .. 16  11 ..        -S3       .. 17  12 .28       .. 21  13 ..         27       .. 18  v ,14           ..   ;  "2G _   .. 7  Average maximum temperature 30.57  Average minimum          do 15.85  Mean temperature 23.21  Rainfall for the week   .     inches.  Snowfall '    "       "       4.  COKKESl'O.VWNG  WEEK OK LAST VEAIt  Highest maximum temperature 38  Notice of Forfeiture.  Average maximum  Lowest minimum  Average minimum  Mean  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &.c.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  aulckiy ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention is probably patentable. Communlca-  tlonsstrictlyconfldentlal. HANDBOOK on fatentfl  sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.  Patents taken thronnh Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without chnrpte, in the  Scientific American.  A handsomely illustrated weekly. J.nrsiest circulation of any aclentiflo Journal. 1 crms, J3 a  year: four months, $U Sold byall newsdealers.  MUNN ������ Co.361Broadwa������- New York  Branch Office. 626 F St.. Washington. D. C.  do 31.42  do 10  do 12.14  do 23.28  AT TIIK MILL,.  Maximum Minimum  Dec    8            ..          38   - .. it  9           ..         38 31  10 ..          3!)       .. 30  11 ..          39       .. 33  12 .. 38       ..31  13 ..,.         3t       .. 20  14 .-         27       .. 21  Average maximum temperature 30.14  Average minimum do 27.14  Mean do 31.04  Rainfall for the Aveek   .0     inches   ���������  Snowfall for the Aveek     .05 ������������������  COKKESPONDING WKKlv OF LAST YEAK  Highest maximum temperature 38.  Average do do 37.14  LoAvest minimum do 14.  Average do do 17.71  Mean do 27.42  To AV. .Tames Sinclair and any person'or persons to whom he may have transferred any  interest in the "Sacramento", mineral claim,  .situated on Nickel Plato mountain, in the  Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  YOU aro hereby required to take notice that  I have expended tor assessment and for recording certificate of work on the above named  claim, ������102.50 being the expenditure necessary  to enable me to hold said claim, and you arc  hereby required to contribute your share or  proportion of such expenditure, together with  .ill costs of advertising. If you fail or refuse to  contribute such amount, including advertising,  within ninety (5)0) days of first publication of  this notice in the Hedley Gazette, your interest  will become vested in me, your co-owner, under the provisions of the "Mineral Act and'  Amending Acts."  Dated this 17th day of October. 1907.  Il-U  AAr. A. HAIXIXG.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  *****  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  A CHOICE STOCK OF THE BEST LIQUORS & CIGARS  |   McArthur <������> Guii\ey,   -   -   Proprietors  If. ���������'.��������������������������� ���������'���������"-��������� -���������-���������^."���������������������������-:--  When in Eleremeos  STOP AT  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <fe REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  FOR  Goimnerclai Printing  TRY THE  Gazene Job dm.  Try  ���������B.VU.V.VVMSSS&  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  PENTICTON LIVERY  FEED and STAGE STABLE   r- ESTABLISHED 1903 ���������  Fine New  Covered Stage  Carrying  Royal Mail, Passengers & Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  Special Bigs for Travellers, and Every  Attention Paid to Wants of the Public  W. E. WELBY;  PROPRIETOR  Ik

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