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Array AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Yol; II.  No, 51.'  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3,' 1907.  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10.000.000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD. OFFICE,  TORONTO.  B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ���������J8SUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under '.....-..,..     3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  "   $10       " " $30......  10 cents  ."   $30       " " $50   15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in the United States.  N ECOTIABLK AT A FIXED .RATE AT  THIS CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with safety  and at small icost.  MASONIC INSTALLATION.  Penticton Branch  J. M. Christie, Manager.  HOTEL I  HEDLEY  Under  New   Management  THE BEST PKOVIDED  IN KITCHEX'AND BAH  AND EVERY .CARE  TAKEX FOB THE COM-  FORT OK V A T BO N S.  s  \  I  I  -WILLIAM E. BURRITT  BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.*  I  I  i  s  1  Offices:  Ul Seymour St.  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  CHARLES JE. SHAW  Civil' Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor. ,  Orders mau be left at Gazette office.  HEDLEY,      :      :      :      :      B. C.  Hedley , Lodge A. F. & A. M.   Installs  Officers for the Corning Year.  On the- night of the festival of St.  John the Evangelist, December 27th,  the" Masons of Hedley Lodge, No. 48,  A. F. <fc A. M., under the Grand Lodge  of British Columbia, held their .special  meeting for the installation of officers  for the ensuing year.  ��������� The ceremony of installation was  performed by A. Megraw, immediate  pastmaster, assisted by Bros. C. A.  Brown, A. II. Cameron and J. D.  Brass as a board of installed masters.  ' The officers installed for the, coming  year were :���������  Finlay Fraser        -       -       W. M.  R. G. Shier - - - . S. W.  , H. H. Messenger - - J. W.  . H. D. Barnes   -     - Secretary '  J. D. Brass, P-. M.   -       Treasurer  Rev. A.H.Cameron, P.M. Chaplain  J. C. It. Cootes       -        -        S. D.  A. Stewart       ...        j\ j).  L. W. Shatford       - S. S.  J. P. Watson   -       -       -        J. S.  F. M. Gillespie        - I. G.  E. D. Boeing   -       -       -       Tyler  After the lodge was closed in due  form, refreshments consisting of coffee,  sandwiches, cheese, cake, candies,  nuts and raisins, were served in the  ante-room by Bro. J. E. Gibbon, as  caterer.  THE DIVIDEND TO SHIP  Important Kruger  Mountain  Property Shows Up Well.  MUCH RlCllWsACKED' UP  And Will be Taken to Oroville As Soon  , As Railway, is Ready to Handle It.  CONTEST IS ON.  Local Legislature Dissolved ��������� Nominations Jan. 19th���������Election  Feb. 2nd.  RIFLE MATCH.  Christmas. Shoot  for   Chechakho  and Other Club Trophies.  Cup  GIBfiGN   and  M c DONALD  P r.opriet or s  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  Edw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor   ���������  i  ���������i  ?  ���������  i  s  %  %  I  I  I  .;*  3  K  K  K  *  K  %  I  I  af  a?  K  *'  K  At  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Power or Light  HORACE F. EVANS  GEOLOGIST    ;  .   :(Co,llcgc of Liberal Arts)  AVill report on geologic conditions in the  vicinitjr of Xickol Plate Mine, and Similka- r  meen country generally.   :   :   Dependable  and disinterested reports furnished.  HKDLKY.  B.C.  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing more bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel i-n town. Tabic and  bar   Hist - class.    Hates   moderate.  PETKKSOX UUOS & LIXD.  Proprietors.   ���������  Grand Union  Hotel  HEDLEY, B.C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  1  I  s  ^^^^^ti^^^^^^ ^i*p ���������b������b ^^*fl^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^t������^^^^*^^^>^^^^^^  l:\  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,   Heal Kstntc,  Mines  Crown   Grants   Applied   Kor  Under  Land  Act and  Mineral Act-  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  The Hedley Rifle Association match  .held Christmas Day was an interesting competition.   In the early part of  the match the light was good and the  wind on its good behavior, but by the  time the 400 yard range was reached  a vigorous fish-tail breeze was in evidence that made steady scoring more  difficult.     On the whole the scoring  was good, and again the club trophies  changed hands.   This time T. D. Pick-  ard won them with a total of 66 points  from  F.   M.   Gillespie who was  the  winner in the last match.   This is the  highest aggregate that has yet  been  made at any of the club matches, although it has been beaten in practice.  To decide the winner of the "medal,  which was this time awarded "on the  800-and 400 yard ranges, the tie of 42  points between.Pickard and Rolls was  shot off by mutual consent; and was  won by Pickard   whose shot was   a  ���������bulleye, while. Rolls scored a magpie.  But an element of additional interest  was given to the. contest in the handicap for the Chechakho Cup.   The executive ..committee,  in arranging the  handicap,    thought   that  they   had-  everyfching figured out on a just, and  equitable basis that was mathematically correct, and yet the application of  the   bonus  showed  many,  ludicrous  features.     The plan adopted, was to  ascertain   each man's average in all  the matches in which he had shot.  When   this was clone';  it was found  that 50 points, by L. C. W. Rolls, was  the  top average, and the difference"  between-this and every other average,  constituted the amount of bonus to be  added   to   the   lower man's score  to  bring him  up  to   average.     On   this  allotment the bonuses awarded were :  Gillespie 1, Boeing 2, Bruce 3, French,  Gladden, Gibbon and Pickard 4 each,  Barnes 5, Forbes 0, Swan 7, Whillans  8, Megraw and Cootes 12, McEwen 10.  The standing in the two matches was  as fill lows;  ���������m  Geo. Bowerman whit was working  on the Dividend mine on Ki-uger Mt.  in which -he is interested with his  brothers and a man named Anderson,  came back on Saturday last. They  have taken out considerable ore and  have no room to stove any more until  the railway is prepared to haul it  away from Oroville.  The Dividend is one of the old locations on Kvugev mountain and has  nearly a thousand feet of development  work done on it. The ore carries  principally gold values and is in the  main very rich. The main tunnel, on  the property is 500 feet long and this  work is connected with the upper  tunnel where the present work is being clone by a raise which now answers  the purpose of a chute for the. ore.  The miners are working in the upper  tunnel and are breaking down ore,  which they take out through the  , lower drift. The ore, which averages  $20 to the ton, is being stored; "and as  soon as the railroad reaches Oroyille  it will lie shipped to the smelter. The  owners have not decided yet where  the ore will be sent, but think they  will have it treated at Grand Forks.  In fact the smelter at that place and  the ��������� (hie at Newport���������now idle���������are  the only plants with which the Great  Northern has connections, and the excessive- charges for transfer to other  roads- will force the mine owners to  patronize one or the'other'Of these  two smelters.  The Dividend, property is on the  Canadian side of the .boundary line.  Oroyille is the nearest railroad station  and will of course be the shipping  point, but the tariff will preclude any  likelihood of it over- being the supply  point. That benefit will belong to  Fairview. After shipping begins the  force of men will be increased'and.-the  payroll of the Dividend and other  mining properties in the vicinity will  become a'factor in adding to,the prosperity; of that section of the district.  TheLakeyiew is another promising  property in' that neighborhood, and  from it has been taken' some of. the  richest ore ever found in the.'district.  The Lakeview is not.so well developed  as. the Dividend, but with i,ts present  The long-looked-for and much prophesied dissolution came on December  24th, when writs'were prepared and  issued, making January 19th- nomination day and February 2nd the day on  which the votes are to be'polled.  While it leaves a limited margin of  time for a large constituency,'yet it :s  undesirable that these'affairs be mi-'  duly prolonged. At best,, the. campaign is a season of strife and ill-feeling  and the shorter it is made the better.  BACHELORS' DANCE  A dance that was semi-impromptu  ���������being burridly got up���������was given by  the bachelors in Fraternity Hall last  year, on the 2Sth ult. About 80 or 40  guests were present. This number  permitted ��������� greatei freedom of movement and did away with much of the  crowding that detracted from former  dances where the number was greater  than the floor could accommodate with  comfort to all concerned. The music  was supplied hy Messrs- Rolls, Gibbon  and Hill, and was eminently satisfactory to the dancers, while the floor  was in prime condition. The committee also had a bun ton lunch served in  the hall.  S.   S.  ENTERTAINMENT  excellent showing bids fair to become  0110 of the good properties pin that  vicinity aud will likely become a .sliijj-  per when the railroad is in operation.  On K.ruger-mountain and its southern  point, Goat Mountain, is located some  of the. richest mining property in the  country, and from the preparations  now being made one is led to believe  that there will be many shipping  mines in the district before another  year rolls around.  ' The Sunday School entertainment  of New Zears evening in the Methodist'church was a decided success, especially'1'roin the standpoint of the  youthful mind: The scholars with  their young friends, numbering in all  22 gathered together in the afternoon  and enjoyed themselves with games,  amusements and much noise. By the  timethe.6 o'clock .whistle blew, all  were seated about the supper tables,  with mind intent, oh the things laid  out before them, but destined soon to  make a hasty union with the past,  Later in the evening the parents and  friends were welcomed by the children who carried out the programme,  consisting of choruses, dialogues' and  recitations with great credit to themselves. Following this was the introduction of the great wonder, "Jumbo"  the children's friend, who evidenced  his.gracious spirit.by calling the children up to take presents and other tokens of good " will 'froin his' mouth.  Tin; elephant caused much merriment  and surprise. Some of the children  tried to cultivate relations , of familiarity, while others thought that "distance lenuX enchantment to the view"  A very great deal of credit' is! due Miss  Greenhill; upon whom fell the greater  part'of the work-of>.getting .up the entertainment.  STRIKE ON DOLPHIN.  A RELIC FROM THE BONEYARD.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  OLIVER & GLADDEN  T. D. Pickard 24 20  L.'C. W. Rolls 23 19  AV. J. Forbes 24 22  F. M. Gillespie 20 21  F. H. French 20 21  A. Megraw 20 17  H. Swan 20 17  Dr. Whillans 10 14  K. D. Boeing 19 15  ���������100      Total  22 ��������� 6(5  23  17  ��������� 05  ��������� 03  20 ��������� (51  20  21  17  20  01  5S  54  50  12 ��������� 40  :o:  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Hates Moderate.  A. Bakne3, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  Civil & Mining Engineers  MINES etndk  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  C.'UUCIIAKHO  CUP.  Agg.        Hon lis       Total  T. D. Pickard 60 + 4 ��������� 70  A. Megraw 58 + 12 ��������� 70  AV. J. Forbes 03 + (i ��������� 09  L. C. W. Rolls 65 + 0 ��������� 05  F. H. French 01 + 4 ��������� 65  F. M. Gillespie 01 + 1 ��������� 02  H. Swan 54 + 7 ��������� 61  Dr. Whillans 50 + 8 ��������� 58  E. D. Boeing 40 + 2 ��������� 48  In this also a. tie existed, which was  shot off, Pickard's bullseye winning  out against a magpie made by Megraw.  Messrs. Gladden, Bruce, Gibbon,  Barnes, Cootes and McEwen have not  yet competed. In case they do, the  above results may be changed somewhat.  Among the kindly tokens of remembrance   attendant   upon   the holiday  season, by which our hearts are drawn  out to absent friends, one which particularly called up   old  times was a  card received from Dr.  Mathison of  Greenwood,  upon  which  was photographed the front page of Volume L,  No.  I. of the Okanagan  Mining Review,   issued   at  Okanagan  Falls on  August l������th. 1893.    Doubtless  many  of our readers   are   not   aware-   that  Okanagan Falls ever had a, paper, but  it had.    The Gazette editor,   then  on  the Vernon News,  was   one   of   the  owners and contributed at long range  to its editorial columns.   The Review's  editor, printer, devil and general factotum was Dr. Mathison, then a No. 1  printer.      It   ran   for   nearly   three  months and then went into the journalistic boneyard, the plant at length  fetching up in Midway, where it finally printed the old Advance and went  up in smoke in the fall of 1904.   The  story of that venture is too long to  tell about just here, but later on when  we have time and space and the reminiscent mood is present,  we may tell  some more of the. yarn that goes with  the incident.  This Keremeos Property, Recently Bonded for $50,000, Is Making Good.  The Loomis Prospector thus refers  to a recent strike made cm the Dolphin  group at Keremeos. The miners at  work on the claim kept the affair very  quiet, as the news was not circulated  around Keremeos until after Stevenson  returned.    The Prospector says :  "H. Stevenson returned to Loomis  Thursday last, and Friday morning  left for the Dolphin group, in British  Columbia, he recently bonded from  J. M; Pitman. Mr. Stevenson was in  Butte when he received word that the  men he left working on the. claims had  uncovered a. fine deposit of ore. He  dropped everything and struck out at  once for the camp. Mr. Stevenson  had the property si'/ed up right before  he closed the deal, and it now looks as  though he knew what he. was talking  about when he said the Dolphin was  the making of a paying mine."  SEMLIN TAKES WEST YALE  At a Liberal-Conservative convention held at Ashcroft on Saturday last,  C. A..Seiulin, the old veteran, was  unanimously chosen to contest West-  Yale. Seeing the complete unanimity that prevailed, Mr. Semlin accepted. In this move, Stuart Henderson  must see his finish in West Yale, for  the man doesn't walk who can beat  Charlie Semlin in that riding. After  over twenty years service the, Semlin  verdict, even from opponents, is "Incorruptible and uncorrupted." THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   JANUARY' 3,    1907.  IK  and .  Similkameen Advertiser.  nien at the helm. Previous governments in preparing their estimates  had invariably over-estimated the pio-  reventu  the   cost   of   public  l'cr Vein'   Six Months   Advertising Rates  .Measurement. Hi lines to the inch.  Land Notices��������� Certificates of improvement, etc.  S7.00 for M-day notices, tuid ������3.(1(1 for ttldny  notices.  Transient-Advertisements���������nob exceeding oiie  inch. ������1.00 for one insertion, \!5 cents for  each siilisofiuuut insertion. Over one inch,  10 cents'nor line for first insertion and 5  cents per Hue for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements��������� One inch per month,  $1.25: over 1 inch aiid up to 4 inches. Si.00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  talcing larger space than  four inches, on  .���������',-,   application, rates will he given of reduced  charges, based on size of space aud length  1 'of time.  Advertisements will be changed1 once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oft'oner than once a month  the  price of composition  will be charged at  regular rates. ��������� <   '       ;  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the oflico by noon on Tuesday to secure.  attention for that week's issue.  r A   MEGRAW,  Managing h'ditor.  ������������������       ,       ,    ���������,   TI.,���������...../. ��������� liable revenue available for use,  and  ts-uu-.il on Thursdays, by the Hi-:i>i.i-:v (���������a'/.kttk  I'HixriNH and Pum.isiiixi; Comi'a.vv. uiulci--i-stiin.-i.ted.  I.IMITKD.   lit  Hedley.  B.C. j  .* ��������� ��������� j works that had been undertaken,���������an  Subscriptions in Advance     ���������    .< VVVin. ilK,KC:USil,i,i(. i��������� .,   businessman,  ".'������������������'���������^(J)' and one that if persisted in, was sine  iii the end to work ruin. The present  government have not done business  tliat way. Last year they estimated  the revenue from real and personal  property, wild lands and income to  produce Jj>850,0(R); it actually produced  Jj>632;8!)0. Provincial revenue tax, they  estimated, would give $150,000, ������,and it  produced $157,000. Twice the Finance  Minister has been able to announce  substantial surpluses instead of the  usual "deficit that had become, habitual  under former administrations. Nor  was this obtained by reason .of. any  curtailment of necessary expenditure  on public works below the estimate  for that purpose,, for, on the contrary,  while' the estimated expenditure forth e year was $2,03S, 285 the actual expenditure amounted to $2,652,196 or  the slight excess of $13,911 During  the fiscal year'��������� covered by the; last  budget speech the, provincial debt has  been decreased $164,18S.   '. '  With a  clear-headed' business -man  like Capt. Tatlow in charge of-the  finances of the province, and backed up  by colleagues whose   good  sense and  patriotism impel them  to subordinate  to a considerable, extent, the wants of  their individual'departments   to  the  general weal   of   the   province,   such!  results  could -only   be   accomplished.  The financial condition of the province  when they took hold .'demanded retrenchment, arid the first Step in that  direction was to cut off sundry ornamental appendages from  the   salary  list.    Certain   official   favorites   were  cut off whose places were not filled,' as  their duties were superfluous.     Some  were, let go whose, duties were distributed among others who had too little,  to do.    Others   again   whose   salaries  were' out of proportion to the service  rendered were graded dowii,  rind  in  this way a saving of some $20,000 was  effected on   the salary list alone.     A  re-adjustment of the assessment act  provided more revenue and  yet there  are very few in   this riding  who can  LET IT BE  CLEAN.  Full Moon  29th  Lust quar.  .    7th  ft  W   New Moon  m%            nth  yJr      First quar.  WT                21s-'.  "191)7  JANUARY  ���������'".    1907.  Sun. Mon.  Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  .1       2  3       4       5  0       7  S       9  10     11     12  13     14  15     16  17     IS     19  20     21  22     23  24     25     26  ,27     28 \  29     30  31  Now that the date  of the election  has been announced  and  the contest  may be said to be fairly  on,   the Gazette wishes it to be understood that so  far as the columns  of this  paper are  concerned the   campaign   shall   be   a  clean one.   The' editor   believes,  that  the record of the present government  has been such as to warranta. renewal  of the support of  all   who   have   the  best'interests of the province.at heart,  and believing this, will do   all   in   his  power ti> secure that end so far as the  employment of honorable means will  permit.    In'Mr.   Shatford,   Similka-  nieeii has had   a   representative   who J  redeemed every pledge  made  by  him |  to the electors of this riding. No meiii- j  her in the  House   worked   harder   or j  more faithfully to further the interests  of his constituents thari he has done,  and the people of this riding, would.do"  discred it to thehisel ves by doing otherwise than giving him their support-to  show that, they can and do appreciate  what he has clone.  Nevertheless his opponent, whoever  he may be, will .'have, no' cause to  eom-  BRITISH COLUMBIA'S FINANCES  .; Even.if,-there were -a list iif error to  be    debited     against    the 'McBri.de  Government in their conductof public  affairs, (which there is not) the results  c which they have achieved in the extraordinary betterment of the  financial  position.of the  province is sufficient  reason why they should   continue  to  be entrusted  with the management of  the artairs of    the   province.    No unprejudiced person who has  taken   the  trouble   to-make himself conversant  with the condition of affairs prevailing  when the McBride government took  control and to  contrast it   with  that  existing to day can do otherwise than  admit that the  province   has   at Last  been iii the hands of a.business government, who could  and did.   look   after  its affairs in a business way.    Shallow  individuals like W. C. Wells may have  the affrontery to claim that   all was  clear sailing   for the  administration,  and advance the fanciful reason  that  the Fraser river bridge had been  cbih-  pleted before   the   government   came  into power, and that public works iii  general required little attention. That  claim on his part, however, was effectively dealt with by the Minister of  finance', who showed up the mis-statement very much to Mr. Wells' discomfiture, for Mr. Wells in 1902 had been  largely instrumental in floating a loan  of 8i  millions which the loan act authorizing  the flotation, specified was  to be used, 1st for the payment of the  very heavy   overdraft   then  existing,  2nd, to the payment of the Fraser river  bridge', and 3rd the balance to be paid  into   revenue    account.      Instead   of  things   panning  out as  the loan  act  provided for, the 3A millions were gone,  the treasury was  $72,000 behind, and  the McBride government  had  to  pay  out $550,006 to  complete (he  Fraser  river bridge, as well  as  $200,000 additional for other public works  left uncompleted by their predecessors.  The.precarious position of British  Columbia's finances was brought home  to the government at a very early  stage, for even after the writs had  been issued for the general election,  it was found that obligations maturing compelled an earlier meeting of  the House than the writs that had  been issued provided for. The province  had reached the liniit'of its borrowing  power, and the bunks were disposed  to tighten. Fortunately for the province some bankers had abiding faith  in its capabilities, and faith also in the  business abilities and integrity of the  compare their taxes with those, of  former years and say that any material increase has been made in the  amount paid.  But the greatest benefit derived has  been in the restored confidence which  has been secured as the result, for investors Jll'������ no longer afraid to risk  their inbriey in this province. They  have seen that there is no longer any  tinkering with the mining laws and  they see a capable govern merit that  will insist upon Maintaining a safe  margin between revenue arid expenditure and getting full value for every  dollar expended. That is mainly why  confidence' has been restored.  Our friends the enemy are trying to  hurrah themselves into a semblance of  enthusiasm because of the report that  Billv Mclnnes is giving up the Governorship of the Yukon to throw in  his lot with J. A. McDonald's forlorn  hope. Mclrines was with them in the  last election and was also with them  in the House for two sessions. Possibly he was only lance-corporal then  and John Oliver lieutenant, but now  the. leader says that Billy is to he  lieutenant. Meanwhile it is up to  them to explain what is the quid pro  quo which induced him to throw up  $10,000 a year in the Yukon to accept  a lieutenancy in the. forlorn hope.  The public get curious about these  little things, you know.  plain of any treatment which he may  receive from the Gazette, for nothing  will appear m.these columns 'concern-'  in'g him, unless it be. abohitcly true.  To be dishonest iii aiguineht, we hold  to be every whit as bad as to be dishonest in business, and the man, who  will deliberately state what is not true  to make a point, would*also' tell a lie  in a business deal to get a dollar which  does not belong to him. Abuse is not  argument, and the Gazette will neither  employ .such, nor will it deign tcr notice such from-others;  We are all .neighbors 'together aiid  if we cariiiot see alike irP politics that  is no reason why any unnecessary  rancor should enter into the contest.  Every elector has a right to his opinion  and also aright to express it; but if  his opinion, is worth any thing, he will  give it in decent language'and over his,  own name. The public are not foolish  enough to believe the statement of any  one wlio is afraid to put his name to  what he may wish to say;  The Government goes to the country on its record ; so also does the representative of the Similkameen. By  that record, too, the Gazette is content to stand, 'Therefore nothing falser  nothibg anonymous, nothing abusive  or. low will be allowed in these columns  during the contest. Others mav,employ such methods if they see fit; If  they do they are welcome to ait the  advantage they may ob'ta-iri therefrom;  This course which we have outlined  for the Gazette is the one which we  believe the public will approve, arid  whether they do or not, it is the  course which Ave mean to follow, lie-  cause it is the right one.  When you boost your business  you  help to boost your town.  Notice of Forfeiture.  ObbOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOQQOQGOOO  BANK OF  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,666.  HEAD OFFrCK IX CAXADA.  H. STIKKMAX, ��������� General Manager ,  Reserve-$2,141,333.  -. ... MONTREAL.  .1. KLMSLY, Supt. of ���������jjwihcht&;  BANKING BV MAIL���������Accounts of parties living at a: distance receive our  Sliceial attention"; Deposits eaii be made through the mail, and siiiiis added  thereto and withdrawn at any Jiiic. A General Hanking Business Transacted.   Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  L. Q. HacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN    HEDL&y?, B. 6.    THE LEADING  t\0TE>L OF  TtlE SIMILKflMEEN VALLEY  ������  This house is new and strictly first class  in every respect,, being equipped with all  modern conveniences ��������� electric light, telephone, baths, etc.       : :       Rates moderate.  A.   McbERMOTT,  Proprietor.  Keremeos New Town site  Now On the Market. -.,  The V. ,.V. &.E. Railway Station will be iii the  centre  of the  town.  Now is the. time to get your lots, before the first  train  conies up the  valley.  Choice i, 2 arid'3 acre lots all around  town site.  The16 acre Fruit lotsare1 going fast.    Just a few  left;   Now is the time to double your money.  '       For Full Particulars Apply to  Kefemebs Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  j; .T: Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $166, $260.   -  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $306. Acre  10 Acre Lots  $260 per Acre  Terms Easy  When in Kereitieds  STOP AT  r.o Thomas Farqubarand any person or persons  to whom he mav have transferred his Interests in the Maple Leaf and Long Shot  mineral claims, situated on Dividend M61111-  tain, in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  Yale District.  YOU are hereby required to take notice that  I have expended for assessments and for  recording certificates of work done on the  above claims, the sum of three .hundred and  forty-live dollars and fifty cents  ($3l;i.;j0). being an expenditure necessary to  enable me to hold said claims, and you are  hereby required to contribute your share or  proportion of such expenditure, together with  all costs of advertising. If yon fail or refuse to  contribute such amount, including advertising,  within sixty days from date 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 0th day of Xovember, liKMi.  3J-1 XV. J. GAUBUTT.  TWEDDLE 62. REITH. Proprietors.  Good Accommodation arid Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    LiVery Barn in Connection.  Notice of Forfeiture.  The return of W. W. B. Mclnnes to  politics in this province makes Smith  Curtis an impossibility as a candidate  either in Similkameen 'or any other  rifling. Mr. Curtis is on record concerning Mclnnes in so complete a  manner that he would stultify himself  by assenting to the admission of Mc-  T.unes even into party caucus, much  less a lieutenancy with the leadership  only one step removed.  S  i  A"  i  i  K  at  *>  K  n  %������  h"  *f  K  Veiiison oft Potlatch  May  lie  all   right for a   change,  but  look  out for our  HOLIDAY MEAT SUPPLY  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal kept in stock;  Oysters, Fish and Poultry.  SKIC OCR  XMAS DISPLAY  Cawston & Edmond  i  i  I  i  I  %  NOTICE.  To William Ktllin "Wolby of Penticton, and any  person or persons to whom he may have  transferred his interests in the Florence  mineral claim and Kecrust fractional mineral claim. situated on Twenty-Mile  (.'reek;-in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  Yale  District.  \?'OU are hereby required to take notice that  *     I have expended for assessments and for  recording  certificates   of   work   done   on   the  above claims for the veins  I!I()I-1W).>  and   l!)Uf>-  llllifi, the sum of four hundred and ten dollars | jug If) acres   more   or lo:  (Sllu.dOl.   being an expenditure necessary   to { vange liuid  enable me to hold  said claims, and  you   are!    "        '  hereby required to contribute your, share or  proportion of such expenditure, together with  all costs of advertising.    If you fail or refuse to  contribute such amount, ineliidiiigiidvertisiiig,  within sixty days from date of llr.st. publication  of this no| ice in the J led ley Gazette, yoiirinter-  erit will become vested in me your.co-owner.  under the provisions of the "Mineral Act and  Amending Acts."  Dated this lMth day of Xovember, 100(5.  .'il-l T1ICS. JlKADSIiAYV.  fc^l* ^SWfc *D*������*���������*������*DH***^  SIXTY DAYS after date. I intend to apply  to the Chief ('omn)isionor of Lands and  Works fur permission to .purchase the unoccupied portion of Section I  township al tamtam-  of  agricultural   cilia tVd at Fail-view, Dec. h) l!)0(5.  :lfl-.'{ W. n. HAYXKS  A tidy letter-head or bill-head commands attention from those, with  whom you do business The (Jay.ette  print-shoo can fit you out in style.  A trial will convince you,  TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY  M.wi.s ,\xn Staoks ix Tin.; Si.Mir.iCAMKK.v.  Hedley and Penticton Route.  Welby's Stage, carrying mail and passengers.4  leaves Penticton for Hedley at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays,   Thursdays  and   Saturdays, arriving in  Hedley at, (>..'!() o'clock same days.  .Returning, loaves Hod ley for Penticton af,  7,n.m. on .Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fridavs.  (lonneetiiig each way at Iveroiueos with  ('.oyer's line for Moimdnry points.  Kcdlcy and Princeton Route.  Uevoly's Stage leaves 'Hedley for Princeton  at 7 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  .Returning on Thursdays and .Sundays.  Only the Wednesday and Thursday stages  carry mail. THE   HEDLEY . GAZETTE,   JANUARY 3,   1907.  "N:-.  <ir  REVELY'S  STABLE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  your wants for Lib cry or Team  Work will be attended to  by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  Town and District.  J  CLAUDET & WYNNE  ASSAYERS  METALLURGISTS and  rilNlNO ENGINEERS  MIXES asti) MILLS EXAMIXED  SAMPLED, and REPORTED OX.  Samples   by mail  receive  prompt ���������  ! attention. Correspondence solicited.  PRINCETON and   ROSSLAND  H. H. Claudet, Assoc. Tnst. M.M.,  Member Am. Inst M.E., Rossi.and.  L. C. Wyn'sk, Assoc. Inst. M. M.,  Late Assaycr LeRoi.      Piumceto.v.  The   Hedley   Gazette   and   Mining  , World one year for three dollars.  W. A. Haining is getting about  airnin after a rather severe illness.  'W. F. Revely litis added a fine new  cutter to his livery outfit, and a new  sleigh is also coming in.  Rev. A. H, Cameron, of Keremeos,  was .n town on Friday evening last at-  tendidg the Masonic installation.  Mrs. Jackson returned on Friday  night from North port bringing back  her .daughter Hehna who has been at-  tendiag school at Spokane.  1906 handed out a baby earthquake  as a New Year's gift, but 1907, not to  lie outdone presented us on New Years  morning with a little chunk of the  north pole. i  The Coriservative'Ciinvention will be  held at Fairview on Jan. 10th, and on  Monday evening a, meeting of the local  association in Hedley will be' held to  appoint delegates to same.  T. H. Dickinson is very ill. Neuralgia, coupled with severe throat trouble  is responsible. The New Year is not  apt to appear any too rosy to a man'  who greets it from a sick bed. Mr.  Dickinson's friends hope to, see him  fully recovered before long.  John Love left on Tuesday morning  for Nelson. His mission is variously  stated, but that it is political in its  bearing, few are disposed to doubt.  Whether Smith Curtis shies at taking the stile and requires some coaxing and petting, to be re-assured: or  whether other delicate business demands .personal contact, who can say?  9  ������  ������  ���������  ���������  ������  ������  m  s    For the Next 30 Days    !  @  ���������  &  $  ������  #  ������  <������  W  fE have or hand a heavy stock of FINE OVERCOATS and  CLOTHING-   which   must  he   sold   regardless   of   cost.  By selling them for what" thev will bring now, we close up  our entire season's s'toclc���������we won't have to put them away in  cases till next fall.   We prefer to give you the chance of buying  them now when they are right up to the minute in style, and  WE   WILL  THROW  OFF   IN   CASH   TO  YOU  NOW  WHAT  WE WOULD LOSE L*J CARRYING THEM OVER TILL NEXT YEAR.  That difference represents 25 to 50 per ceiit. reduction iii price".       $������  $28.00 Overcoats for ... $16,00  $25.00       " "   ...$15.00  $16.00       " "   ...$11.00  $15.00       " "   .  ���������$ 9.0O  $14,00       " ���������'...$ S.50  $11.00       " "   ..$ 7.00  Underwear  Regular $2.50 Suit for . .$1.75  $2.30' " " ..$1.50  $3.00 " "' .$2.25  $5.50   "    "    ..$4.00  Felt flats  Regular $3.50 and $3.00  Hats for $2.25  snoes  4&>  Regular $4.50 Shoes for $3.00  "    $3.50 and $3.25 for $2.50 '  1        WOO! SOX  Regular 35c  mil -flic  Sox for 25  rts.  Men's Suits  In fancy worsteds, Scotch  tweeds, blue and black serges,  and Cheviots.  $28, $25 aiid $2-4 Suits  for... ,$18.00  $22.00 Suits for $16.00  $20.00'     "     "   $15.00  $18.00     "   , "    $12.00  $16.00'    "     " ..$li.do  $14.00'     "     "   .' -..$" 9.00  ftl0.00.and $11.00 Suits    for. $ 7.00  Fancy Vests  ���������Regular $7.50 for.... .'.$5.00  $0.50    "  $4.50  $5.00    "  $3.25  $3.75    "  $2.25  Heavy Reefers and  Mackinaw Goats  (Carss Brand)  Regular $0.00. for $4.50  Also a substantial reduction  in all other lines of Men's  and Bovs' Furnishings.  '&.  '������  ���������&  W  m  ������  t  a  @  *  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  2 degrees below zero was a  modest  winter contribution for the first day i  of the year.  Mrs. S. L. Smith kindly re mem- j  bered the Gazette stall' at Christinas '  time with cake and native wine. I  The 13. C. Mining Exchange has an  excellent write-up of Prince'Rupert in  its December number from the pen of ���������  Rosalind Watson Young. |  I  Jimmy Jones and wife pulled out by 1  Monday   morning's  stage.    Whether j  they were en route  to round up the i  triplets that tire said to  be  at  Kiun-  loops,  was  not known,  and    neither  was it known whether they  intended  tii return, to   Hedley.  Mrs. Hazard, who litis been spending  a few months with her son-in-law and  daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. R. Cootes,  left on Monday morning for Illinois,  to visit a sister. Mrs. Hazard will be  ���������missed in Hedley. and particularly in  the church services where she presided  at the organ.  The Gazette has been assured by  various leaders that the weather reports week by week tire carefully noted. Having now a full record for the  last year we will add to the reports tit  present running by giving each week  the average readings for the cones-  ponding week of last A'oar, so that  comparisons nitty be made.  Rover's stage didn't come through  on Monday night but stayed at Kereineos." Having no passengers on board  and the cold being rather severe, no  one could blame him for wishing to  chop 40 miles off the round trip. He  was wired to remain at Keremeos next  morning until W. F. Revely took an  out-going passenger to catch him there.  Mr. W. Dennison, formerly of the  Daly Reduction Co's officii, but latter  ly employed as bookkeeper at the.Hedley Lumber Company's mill; left yesterday morning for the- coast. Mr:  Dennison was for eight years employed in the office of the Rtithbun Co. at  Kingston, Ont., and was a go'od accountant find ti good fellow. His Hedley friends regret to see him leaving.  Mr. tind Mrs. L. A. Clark started on  Saturday morning for their home a"t  Green Mountain, after'a very pleasant  Christinas'outing. They had. dinner  at Keremeos on"Christmas with their  daughter, Mrs, D. J. Tunis, and spent  the evening with Mrs. Innis, sr., coining on next day to Hedley, where they  remained a couple of days with Mr.  and Mrs. W. J. Forbes. Mr. Clark  has a weakness for 'mettlesome, stock,  find tliey started off oil 'Saturday  lnbrnihg with Mi*. Chirk hanging on  to the lines behind a pah-of semi-rebels.  ! There is, tit the present time;  consider -able annoyancefelt in town  oyer  the incident by   which a miner from:  the Nickel Plate lost ti roll of money,  when inci're or less intoxicated.   Suspicion rested strongly, on one   ptirtv  who has apparently smelt--, a" rat  and  taken -himself off.   Whether he may  get awtiy with all of the swag remains  to be seen.   Meanwhile that  sort of  thing does trie town no good.    In -trie  past, wncn miners came down off the  hill arid "went large a bit," very little notice was .taken, of   the   circumstance unless they became too unruly;  but while townspeople wets'  disposed  to be more or less indulgent with tlie  weaknesses of the miners themselves,  thev do not believe in  allowing them  to be fleeced bv bilks who won't work  for themselves, but lie. in wait for the  hard-earned shekels of those who do  work.  If You are oi\ the Lookout  ��������� i  for  Genuine  After-Holiday  ams  x  i  It Wilt Pay You to See Our  Stock of Goods.  Watch for our Next Week's  Announcement  SHATFORDS LIMITED  Stores at FAIRVIEW and HEDLEY  LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  -ALSO���������  Prbpnetors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE;  PENTICTON  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  New Year's Day At Home.  Teams nirhished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good -saddle  horses always oh hand.  NEW  ZEALAND  ������������������ Men's  Furnish-  ipns  Boots  and  Shoes  ������  Mrs. ������S. L. Smith entertained at her  home, "The Firs" on New Year's Day,  and was assisted by her two little  daughters, Misses Gertrude and Marjory. Those present were: Misses  Campbell, Lamont and Megraw: and  Messrs French, MacHaffie, Rolls, Watson, Irwin and Dennison, and Dr.  Whillans.  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  THE COMFORTABLE WAY,  S.    F.    &    N.    RlYui  Daily  Leave  NOTICE.  In the County Court of Yale, Holden at  Kamloops  18?  ������������mM������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������&������@������  In the Mutter of! the GoodK of JOHX OSOAH  VAX.SK.'IvIjK, decuiiscd, and  In the Mutter of the "OfHoial Adniinistriitor'.-i  Act."  NOTICK IS HIORKin* GIVKX that by an  Order nmde by bis Honour W. II. I'.. Clement,  .Tudtce of this Honourable Court, dated the 12th  day of Deceiubci', A. D. liKKi, the undcrsin-'ned  was appointed Adiiiinistrator of all and singular the estate and oll'ccts of tin; above named  ���������lohn Oscar Vnnsiekle det-eased, lute of Kereineos. in the county of Yale, in the Province of  British Columbia, barber, who died intestate  on or about the tiut-h day of .September. A. .1).  lillKi.  Ai.i, pe\-sons lmvinp;claims against the estate  of the said deceased are reiiuired to send the  .'iiiinc Willi the pnrtieuliU's therenfduly verilled  l.o tlit; undersiK-iied on or before the 1:1th day of  Kebriiai-y, A. 1). 11)07. am', nil iiersims indebted  to the said deceased are reiiuired to pay the  amount, of such iudebtebness to the undor-  siKiifil f'oi-tliwith.  Dated this i:;th dayof December, A. i). 1'Hlii.  ALl-'.C. I). MACIXTYUK,  ���������1!)-.'!       Olllcial Administraloi- for the County  Court District of Yale. Kiunlbops. 15 C.  Everijtlilng New and Flrst-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid  to   the   Table.  tt.45 a. in.  MOLSON  ���������.if ������������������������'  M. J. HENRY'S  SEED  NURSERIES and  HOUSES.  (U3 it. in.  (i.45 a. in.  Ci.45 a. in.  Spokane, Scuttle.  Kverett. Dclliiifc-  Inun, VuiK'Oiivcr.  Victoria, and all  Const points.  Spokane, Kernie..  Winnipeg. St. Paul  Minneapolis  Grand Forks, He-  public, Marcus  Nortlipoi't,  Ross-  land. Xclson  Daily  iVnHve  lie .  8:30'p1. in.  S.;iO p. in.  S.30 p. in.  8.30 p. in.  (i.jo a. in.    Kaslo, Sandon  S.30 p. in. M  Connecting1 at Spokane with the famous  Large stock of HojtE  Growx Fruit  Trees now matured  and Ornamental  for the fall trade.  No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or inspection.  Headquarters for Pacific Coast  grown Garden, Field, unci Flower  Seeds in  Season.  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps, Whale  Oil Soap. Greenhouse Plants, Cut  Flower-s, Bulb^ for fall planting.  We do business on our own grounds  ��������� have no vent to pay, aud are prepared to meet all competition.  Let me price your list before placing  your order.    Catalogue free.  M.   J.   HENKY  '  H010 Westminster Road,    Vancouver.  rj   " ORIENTAL LIMITED" O  "      Daily   Overland   Trains     "'  From Spokane for AVinnipeg,  St. Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chicago and all points   east.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  call on  or address  C. E.  Preston,  As'ent, Midway,  B. C  S. G. Yerkes,  A. D. A.. Seattle, 'Wash.  tnsmwWWWSBBSBBSB&SBBSBm  When   writing    Advertisers,     Please  Mention the Gazette. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JANUARY S,   1907.  THE FUND WELL APPLIED.  To satisfy a natural curiosity as to  what disposal has been made.of the  funds-from the school 'entertainment,  the Gazette obtained some, figures from  ���������S. L. Smith, secretary of the School  Board. The. total receints were $18.00,  from the sale of 9(5 tickets, The, expenses covering hall rent, printing,  candies, etc., for the Christinas tree,  amounted to $1S.05, leaving $29.35  handed over to the trustees. This is  tii be expended in purchasing works of  reference, to be. placed, in the. school  and. form the nucleus of a -reference  librai-y. 'Later ������" other entertainments may be held to add to it. A  better disposal of the money could not  well lie made, and the trustees, are. to  be congratulated on the good judgment shown in the'matter.  PROPERTY IN HEDLEY  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following tire the readings.show-  ing-temperature, etc:, for the week  ending Dec. 29th :  AT THE  '.VINE.  . M  ixiiniiin  Minimum  Dec 23  32  .      , 10  21  30  .     ,���������   8  25  38  6  20  31  -1  27  30  -1  28  38  1(5  29  39      ..'.  ,  IS  And  Will  Make  Hedley  is the supply point for the Nickel Plate mountain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  ���������Plato"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects. It is the mining and business  centre of the  Similkameen  Snowfall   5 inches.  Average 'maximum temperature .34.85J  Average minimum do. 8.85  Mean temperature 21.85  Snowfall for the week   5     inches  COHKliSl'ONDl.NC  WKKK OF LAST  V1CAK  Highest maximum temperature 33  the new mining district which has already been proven,  by a  'small amount of development work, to be one of the richest  ... /  gold, copper .and coal mining sections of  British 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  beconie a, large and important city, and town lots will bring,  big returns on money invested at the present time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....   $400 to $600  Other Streets...    $200 to $400.  . ... 1 tlrlviYL^....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  Average maximum           do  25  Lowest  minimum -'          do  10  Average  minimum           do  "13.42  Mean  .1  do  AT THE  MILL.  19.21  Maximum  .Minimum  Dec 23  ",,.'   ,36   ���������'..  20  24  ���������    .-.-���������.  -���������SSi.vi-'-i:  20  25  -..         32;'-'".'.^  12  .   ._������������������  2(5  "-���������, '...- '-    24--:;:.-v.  5  27  ���������:  .:���������������������������.   26   -'..���������:  10  .���������".s28"  .���������"���������".-:���������      30   "���������".;  21  29  31          15  <��������� ^  Those Who  Invest Now.  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway C������nie$s====  For Full Particulars, Maps Etc.,  '   .'-'APPLY   TO ���������  The Hedley Glty Townslte Co'y, Ltd.  L  W. SHATFORD, = - HPHI   PV     R   C  Secretary and flanager,     : " iii^l/l*ui j    L*������ w������  Snowfall for week 5.8 inches  Average maximum temperature 30.14  Average minimum do i       14.71  Mean ' do 22.42  Snowfall for the week   1.75 inches  COKKKSI'ON'DlXG WKKK OF  LAST YEAH  Highest maximum temperature 51  Average do do 39  Lowest minimum do 14  Average do do 19.42  Mean do 29.21  NOTICE  In the County Court of Yale   Holden   at  Kamloops.  In the Matter of the  Good* of ..THEOPOUK  1'OWKRS, deceased, and  In tlio Mutter of tlie "Otticiiil Administrator's  Aet."  Notice is liKKKiiY ciVKN that by an Order  made by His Honour W. H. P. Clement, '."Judge  of tliis Honourable Court, dated the 12th day  of Dec-ember, A. 1"). 15)00. the undersigned was  appointed Administrator of all and" singular  the estate and effects of the above mimed  Theodore Powers, deceased, late of Fairview,  in the county of Vale, in the Province of  .British Columbia, butcher, who died intestate  on or alout the Sltli day of Xovember. A. 1). l!)0f>.  A i,i. iiersons having claims against the estate  of the said deceased are reiiuired to send the  same with the particulars thereof duly verified  to the undersigned on or before the 12th day of  February. A. 1). 1!K)7, aud all persons indebted  to the said deceased are required to pay the  amount of such indebtedness to the undersigned forthwith.  Dated thi*lStli day of December, A. 1). MXi  ALEC. IX MACiXTVKK,  l!l-.'J     Ollicial Administrator for the County  Court District of Yale, Kamloops, Ji C.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  OUKEXWOOI), PIXXACIyK. KU'KMCN. Un-  IOX .JACK. CABIN XO. .'i FHAC-  TIOXAL, COLCMHIA FRACTIONAL  and VALF.XTIXK mineral claims, situated in the Osoyoos miniiis division of  Yale District. Where located : Camp  Hedley.  'TAKE XO'I'ICK that I. Fred M. Gillespie.  A acting us agent for Duncan Woods, free  miner's certitlcate Xo. 1575)27!), intend sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for certificates of'improvement  for the purpose of obtaining clown grants of  the above claims.  AXD   FL'KTIilCR   take  notice that notion,  under section li", must be commenced before the  issuance of such CertilicaLe of   Improvements.  Dated this'27th day of December A. 1). liXXi  ;')0-U .FRED M GILLESPIE,  Keep Posted  On Matters That Interest You  Your, local paper is a necessity  to you, financially and socially.  But a NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCULATION, containing the latest news of the world,  is equally necessary to you. The  "up to date man" will provide  himself with these two essential  features of progress.  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