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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. III.  No. 26.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907.  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  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  POSTING THE  BRITISH PUBLIC  BRITISH COLUMBIA  PLACERS  Canadian Gazette, Published  in London, Gives Synopsis  of B. C.'s Claim for.  Better Terms  CHURCHILL ON LAITOR'S ATTITUDE  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, L. M. de Gex, Manager.  Says Laurier, Fielding; and Others Urged  Passing- of Bill to Make Settlement  " Final and Unalterable"���������He Counts  Noses, Five Millions Against 176,000  WILLIAM E, BURRITT  BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  ETC.  Offices:  HI Seymour St.  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  BOARD OF TRADE MEETS  A Warm Night Thins   Out The Attendance. -  CHARLES M. SHAW  Civil, Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders mau be left at Gazette office^  HEDLEY,       :       :      :       :       B. G.  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  HORACE F. EVANS  GEOLOGIST  (College of Liberal Arts)  Will report on geologic conditions in tlie  vicinity of Nickel Piute Mine, and Similka-  mccn country generally. : : Dependable  and  disinterested reports furnished.  HKD L K V,  B. C.  Grand Union  Hotel ���������.  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  JflS. CLARKE  U/atchmaker f  Clocks and Watches for Sale. V  The July meeting of the Hedley  Board of Trade was held on Monday  night in Fraternity hall. President  R. G. Shier Occupied the chair.  After reading and disposal of minutes  the auditors' report was presented  and showed balance on hand of $70.55.  The principal matter of business  dealt with was that of procuring quarters for the Board, and the committee  appointed at a previous meeting reported in favor of the rooms formerly  occupied by H. ....Wright as a shoe  shop.  Ways and means were discussed for  securing maps of the camp and displaying ores.  The question of street lighting was  also considered and the president and  John Love were appointed a committee to wait upon the manager of the  Dalv Reduction Co. and learn the cost.  REACHED KEREMEOS  YESTERDAY.  V. V.  & E. Tracks Entered the Station  Yard at 11 a. m.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,   Ileal Kstnte.  Mines.  Crown    Grants   Applied   For  Under   Land   Act  and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  Loudon & Lancashire l'*iro Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,   B.  C.  Kerenieos has been reached by the  V. V. & E. Yesterday at 11 a. m. the  flag which marks the track end was  planted in the yards, and by to-night  most of the yard trackage will be completed.  Carpenters are beginning work on  the station. The Delniar station is  Hearing completion.  The rails could have been in at the  end of last week but the boss wisely  decided to finish up everything as he  went along and not run the risk of  having to finish with a booze-shattered crew, which was likely to happen  when the men got in reach of liquor.  Ballasting is kept up close after the  steel. The trains are still running on  falsework over the Armstrong bridge  but the timber is in readiness for the  spans and a week or so will suffice to  complete and have the whole section  from Chepaco to Keremeos ready for  inspection.  The Canadian Gazette, a paper published in London for the last 48 years,  has the following synopsis of British  Columbia's claim against the Dominion  government for better terms. The  mission of the Gazette is to keep the  British people posted on Canadian affairs. Here is what it says concerning  McBride's mission to England; and the  result thereof:  British Columbia may well feel satisfied with the result of the mission to  England of her Prime Minister. It  has its sequel in Mr. Winston Churchill's statement in the House of Commons last Thursday and in thebill for  the readjustment of Federal subsidies  to the" Canadian provinces which is  now before the British Parliament.  We may indeed expect that this Imperial legislation will mark the beginning of the end of a difficulty between  the Dominion and the Province which  has been the subject of keen political  feeling. It was the supreme issue in  the recent general election in British  Columbia, when Mr. McBride was returned to power by a largely increased  majority.  The main facts of the situation can  be stated in a few sentences. At the  1906 Conference of Provincial Premiers  held at Ottawa the Dominion Government assented to a readjustment of  the allowances made to the provinces  out of the Federal treasury in view of  the heavy demands of the various services of administration���������roads, streets  and bridges, education, administration  of justice, hospitals, charities, and so  on. The scheme, as agreed upon between the Dominion and Provincial  governments (British Columbia alone  The  Diggings in the Similkameen and  Kettle River Basins.  Leaving the Thompson and the Fra-  ser and going to the neighborhood of  Vermillion forks on the south Similkameen I find that gold mining was extensively carried on for several years,  though never employing a great number of miners.  The gold from this   portion   of the  Similkameen was generally found in  coarse scales and was mixed with a  considerable percentage  of  platinum  in particles of similar size.    The gravels  hold   numerous   coarse pebbles,  large stones and even bowlders. .These  rocks have been   disintegrated from  the rocks in place in the mountains,  and are probably for the most part of  the   Cretaceous  date.    It is   inferred  that the source  of the stones of the  gravel should be that of the gold, and  the   evidence "supports   the   theory,  namely, that .they  are  deriveil from  the typical slaty and associated rocks.  The Tulameen, which  is really the  North fork of the Similkameen, as a  whole has never afforded employment  to a large number of owners, but the  tributary creeks have been   the scene  of some excitement, especially Granite  creek, which in the middle 80s for two  years at  least   gave; employment   to  placer miners, variously estimated at  from 1,200 to 3,000 men.<  It is not generally known, yet it is  an official fjact, that Twenty Mile  creek at the mouth of which is Hedley city,, was in the early 60s worked  for some, time by placer miners with  some profitable results. The present  inhabitants   know   nothing of these  1  DOLLAR SURPLUS  That is  the  Balance Which  Finance Minister Tatlow  ..:'.:   Will   be   Able   to  Show  tor  FISCAL YEAR 'ENDING JUNE. 30T11  British Columbia's Record Year ��������� The  Administration Justifies Confidence of  Electorate���������Development of Natural  Resources Worked the Trick.  OLD   TIMERS   MEET  OLIVER k GLADDEN  :0:-  Civil & Mining Engineers  -:0:-  TWUNIBS and  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Kates Moderate.  A. Bahxf.s. Prop.  I'knticto.v, B.C.  The Gazette was present one day  last week when Robt. Stevenson and  Tom Elliott, two old-timers met in the  Hotel Similkameen. Fighteen years  bad elapsed since they had last seen  each other. The recognition was mutual, showing that both have good  memories for old faces, and in very  brief space after the recognition they  were busy on mutual reminiscences.  Among other instances 'recalled, it  was brought out that the first load of  goods taken into Camp McKinney Avas  packed in for Elliott by Stevenson,  who took them in by pack train oyer  the Hope trail at a cost of seyen cents  a pound. Elliott was McKinney's pioneer merchant, and in those days,  Robt. Stevenson was ready for any  stunt that would lubricate the wheel's  of commerce, from a piece of hydraulic engineering to supplying a pack  train for the transportation of supplies  into any interior camp, no matter how  remote or inaccessible. At that stage  of the country's progress the lives of  the pioneers were indeed strenuous,  but judging from some of the reminiscences exchanged the strenuousness  wasn't without its frolic, and a spirit  of lion nuuaraderir prevailed.  dissenting), and now embodied in the  bill before, the Imperial Parliament,  giants increases in the specific and per  capita. Federal subsidies to the provinces amounting in all to .$2,372,000, distributed as follows :���������  Ontario ... $ 789,481  Quebec  599,865  Nova Scotia  177,659  New Brunswick  130,000  Manitoba  130,000  Prince Edward Island  70,000  Alberta  130,000  Saskatchewan  130,000  British Columbia  215,000  (Of this $215,000 to British Columbia  $100,000 is a. special annual grant made  to British Columbia for 10 years on  account of her exceptional claims.)  As we say. each of the provinces was  a consenting party to this arrangement except alone British Columbia.  At Ottawa Mr.'McBride stoutly maintained���������and the principle of his contention found general support���������that  the exceptional demands made upon  his province called i'or exceptionally  favorable treatment. Thus he urged  that "the charges against the province  through custom and excise revenues.  early diggings, but there is some local  information to the effect that placer  mining was in operation along different parts of the creek from its mouth  where Hedley city now is up the creek  for several miles, and that the gold  found was coarse and of the the size of  peas.  But few evidences of the early workings are now in sight. Twenty mile  in the early summer is a torrential  stream, and the work of the early  placer miners would soon be obliterated by rock disintegration and the action of water constantly passing along  the bed of the creek.  About a mile from the mouth of  Rock Creek after the stampede in 1862  as much as $100 per day was taken  out some distance above the mouth of  the creek, but this wits exceptional.  The general yield, was from 1 to 2  ounces during the best times. It is  officially stated that the best paying  ground in that neighborhood was  where the creek crossed a. belt of soft  slate rock.  Gold was found in small quantities  on several streams flowing into the  Okanagan valley. The most important occurrence was on Mission creek  about 7 miles from the mouth of the  stream where it is found merging from  a narrow gorge in a wide valley. The  pay streak was a good one while it  lasted. The paystreak was about half  a mile below the gorge. The yield  was about 2A ounces per   day   to   the  Victoria. July 4.���������Tho McBride government will be able to announce to  the people of British Columbia a surplus of .$1,000,000, the greatest surplus  of any which the Conservatives have  been able to pile up on the deficits of  previous governments.  The fiscal year ended on June 30th  and the returns -'made to Hon. R. G.  Tatlow, minister of finance and acting  premier since that date, show that the  record-breaking mark of $1,000,000  will be reached when the balance for  the year 1906T07 is struck.  This splendid showing reflects unbounded credit upon the adininistra- .  tion of the finances of the province by  ���������Hon. Mr. Tatlow. As is well known  when he took hold of the finances, the  treasury Was not only empty but obligations contracted by previous governments had to be met in order to save  the credit of British Columbia. Not  only was the situation saved at that  time but the internal affairs - of the  province, were henceforth so skilfully  handled that annual surplus have been  resulting ever since.  One factor in the situation which  has enabled the production of the million dollar surplus has been the immense development of the natural resources of the province under the  present administration. The vast timber areas of the province dining the  past fiscal year produced over $800,000  in revenue and the receipts from that  source will next year run greatly in  excess of the million mark.  RESIGNED TO HIS FATE.  Old Bill Miner Jocose and  Forgiving  Potlatches to  Man Who Nabbed  Him���������Shorty Dunn is Surly.  hand. Pay ground was not found  aboye the gorge. On the McDougall  claim, worked in the early days, the  pay dirt was about 3 feet thick and it  had to be stripped of S feet of useless  gravel. The gold was coarse and easily caught in the ritTles.  Tlie richest deposits of Mission creek  were doubtless worked out  long ago,  to which may properly be added heavy but it is not impossible to work some  freight bills, arising out of long dis- of the. deposits again with profitable  tunce from centres of supply in the | results. Some of the higher benches  east, are several times greater than in | seem to suggest modern hydraulic  the other provinces,  and thus to that! methods.  extent lessen the ability to maintain ! Cherry creek, which is a tributary  the   cost   of   local    administration."   of the Shuswap river, in  early davs,  yielded a considerable quantity of gold j  and even at the present day  desultory !  Moreover, "the responsibilities of population involved in the increase of  population in British Columbia, as will  be shown, are several times greater  than elsewhere in Canada, by reason of  a combination of disadvantageous conditions, mainly physical in their nature. The contentions that increased  subsidies to the provinces to permit of  their still further development would  bring increased revenues to the Dominion as a compensation apply with j which  peculiar force to the particular case of  British Columbia. This province has.  aduiittedlv.  great sources of   wealth.  Sergeant Wilson of the N.W. M. P.,  who w.is head of the party who captured the. Mission train robbers about  a year ago, when 011 the coast this  week paid his respects to the trio at  New Westminster, says the Revelstoke  Mail-Herald. Old Bill gave him a cordial reception. He stated that he. was  being well treated, and added with a  j laugh that he had no outside engagements at present.  The ex-desperado is apparently resigned to his fate, and has added to his  weight since his conviction. The old  fellow is employed in the. prison brick  yard. As a souvenir of the fateful experience last year he requested Sergt.  Wilson to accept his Luger rifle, and  before saying good-bye wrote an order  for its delivery. The weapon is now  in the possession of a rancher friend of  Miner in the Okanagan district.  "Guess I will sign this 'Edwards',"  isaid Miner as he wrote the order.  That was the name he was known under in the upper country.  "Shorty" Dunn, who was also given  a life sentence, did not greet the officer  so cordially. He is a member of a carpenter gang engaged in constructing a  new prison wing. The other train  robber. Colquhoun, was found engaged  at work in one of the shops. His sentence was for a period of only twenty  years, as he had a good record prior  to conviction.  mining is carried on bv  a number of'     It is reported that steps have already  whites and Chinamen.* The  pav por-1 "MJ.en. tftkt!" .^ the  ������������������tern  Canadian  ,. ., , .,    .        .     .. .,    'relatives  ot the  young man to secure  tion ot the creek was that part or the (j,;s rc>lease.  south fork which extends for about 3A ! ���������  miles above the junction of the  north  fork.    The actual  valley of  the  pro- j  ductive portion of the stream is about!  225 feet In depth.    This scores the hot- j  The placer gold of early Cariboo has  afforded a never failing theme of interest to mining men and the proposition to work that field with modern  hydraulic   contrivances    has   alreadv  torn of a  broad round valley  beyond j been exploited on a laige scale.  the    mountains   rise.    In   pre-!     The project involves great  mining  the    vallev must have! .engineering   ability     and    geological  glacial   times  i_-m_.    ������nu_,   m.*.^..   uc,_   ,   -    .   .    --������      , :  .        ,    *���������       *-��������� .  .   ,      , ������������������!_.. ; knowledge of a  high order, as geolo-  carried a stream similar to the present; gic;ll C(m(1itions in that field  stream.    The geological   structure  in \ what complicated.     Later  this neighborhood   is particularly   in-! tunity will be  afforded  to  Continued on I'age ironr.  teresting.  are sonie-  iin  opper-  sa.y some-  I thing about the particular gold field. THE   HEDLEY    GAZETTE,   .JULY   11,    1907.
��he 1bcvSk> Oazette
Similkameen Advertiser.
j but in the latest mode or   fashion   in
| vogue in the land to  which  they had
! come.    The. Chinese mav hobble about
i .
i in the  outlandish   garb of  their own
Issued on Thursdays, by the IIiopi.kv iL\/.K.Txr. ^
I'imxtixo axi> I'l'iti.isiuxci Co.mi'anv.        'country, but not ^o   tlie  Jap.      rriuee
Li.miti:i>.  at Hedley, B. <". ' ,'���'..   ���-���
 :_: _._ - Fushiini  who, as  the guest of   king
Subscriptions in Advance ' Kdw'ard,  visiting  the  British  domin-
SK- M'i'intl'i.s" ' ' " '   """'t!��i   ions, was not more scrupulous in hav-
Advertising Rates ; ing his attire conform  to  that of. his
Measurement. 12 lines to the inch. host, than was the average ..lap   in the
Land Notices���Cortillcutes of improvement, etc. . . "
S7.IH) for 110-day notices, and ?.'��.(Hi fur:��i-day. .'procession.      Again,   there     was    no
, notices. ' ������     .' . .
Transient Advcrtlacments-iiot exceeding one , Haunting ot Japanese colors to tile 0X-
inch,'!?1.00 for one insertion, 2.r> cents for     , ..���;,���.   ..��.���  i.i...   u..;t-iuli   ��..,.     hut   rln>
each snb.sco.uont insertion.   Over one incli. I i-'lusion   ol   tlie   Uutisli   nag,    Out  tin.
10 cents per line forllrst insertion and a
cents per line for each subsequent insertion.
i lanterns   carried   in,, the    procession
i which was headed bv British  military
Notice of Forfeiture.
Transients payable in advance.
Contract Advertisements���One inch per month
"  Sl.:.'.j: over I inch and up to I inches. ��1-00 i hands emploved and paid  for .bv   the
per inch per month.   I o constant advertisers i ���
taking larger space than four inches, on   \ocli\ Japanese,   had  on   one  side,  the
'application; rates will be given ot reduced j '
.���Unifies, based on size of space and length j ,.e,j sun-of Japan and on tlie other  the
of tune. I ' ,
Advertisements will be changed once every. Union Jack, and nothing  required   by
liiontli if ad vertiser desires, without any extra i, . .
charge. Kor changes oftoner than once amonth ! lllterna.tional courtesy   was lacking Oil
tlie   price-of-composition'will  be charged at | . .
regular rates. ! their part,     the  faces  m   the   proces-
Changes for contract advertisements should | si((U showo(1 intelligence and any  fair-
To Thomas Juirquliar and liny  person or persons to whom' ho may have transferred his ;
interests in the Maple Leaf and Long Shot
mineral   claims,    situated    on   Dividend j
Mountain,.in the Osoyoos Mining Division :
.    of Yale District.    , i
VOL" are hereby raiuired to take notice that ���
1      I have expended for assessments and for I'
recording, ccrtilloatcs  of   work   done  on   tlie (
above claims, the sum of three hundred and '
forty-live dollars and Ilfty cents (SMii.aO), being
an expenditure necessary to enable me to hold
said claims, and you are hcroliy required to
contribute your slitiro or proportion of such
expenditure, together with all costs of advertising.     I f you fail or refuse to contribute sueli
amount, including advertising, within SKI days
from date of first publication of this notice in
the Hedley Gazette, your interest will become
vested in inc. your co-owner, under the provisions of the '"Aiiliornl Actand Amending Acts.".
Dated this 2fith day of April. 151(17.
15-13 W. .1. GAlUU/'TT.
���   .' ���  1 ������ Established 1836   ,     __.!
H. STI ICEMAN, General Manager
.1.  KliMShV,   Supt.  of  JJranelies
Paid-up Capital,   -
Reserve,      -     -
be in the oflico by noon on Tuesday to secure
attention for that week's issue.
A. MEGRAW, Managing Editor.
Fun r.ioon
Last quar.
Xcw Moon
J 0th
First quar.
18th.. '
.minded Briton fully conversant with
the trend of affairs in world politics
during the.past decade could npt well
Notice of Forfeiture.
  -    -    $2,238,666
ft BANKING   BY   m/%ll_,
O ��f Accounts of parties living at a distance receive every attention.   Deposits can
Q no made through the mail, and sums added thereto and withdrawn, at any time.
O Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad. ,
O     . . ___ _ ���'"���.'.������"
LC     HEDLEY   BRANCH,      -      -      L. G. riacHAFFlE, Manager
Sun. M011. Tugs. Wed. Tliu. Fri. Sat.
To IT. W. Yates and any person or persons to
whom he niayhave transferred hisinterests
in tlie Maid of the Mist and War Cloud
mineral claims, situated at Camp Hedley,
in the Osoyoos Division of Vale District.
YOU tiro hereby required to take notice that
1 have expended for assessments and for
recording certiticatos of work done on the
above claims, the sum of two hundred and live
dollars ($-05 J." being an expenditure necessary
to enable me to hold said claims, and you are
liereby required to contribute your share or
proportion of such expenditure, together with
all cost of advertising. If you fail or refuse to
do otherwise, than commend'  the  wis- 1 contribute such amount, including advertising,
within ninety days from date of first publication of this notice in the Uedle.v" Gazette, your
interest will become vested in me, your co-
owner, under the provisions of the "Mineral
Act and Amending Acts."
Dated tllis 20thday of April, 15)07.
���d.oin of British statesmen who made
an alliance with Japan, and when had
Britain an ally who has lived up to its
obligations as faithfully, valiantly and
unselfishly as Japan has done. In the
face of a question of so great international importance and in which every
subject of the British crown should be
interested, an occasion such as the. j
visit of the Japanese, prince should call
forth'something more felicitous than
an attempt to fan the flame of prejudice.
Notice of Forfeiture
  HED__y, B. 6. 	
Minister Tatlow continues to present palatable statements of the provincial finances. A surplus -of a million dollars is the. announcement- made
of the. result of the year's business.
The triumph at'the polls which resulted in a complete indorsation of the
government's 'method of handling
British Columbia's affairs has not
turned the heads of the Ministry   who
go on making hay as usual. The. prosperous condition which these surpluses
indicate should convince the investing
public that British Columbia's business
is conducted on a sound basis and the
province can always be counted on to
honor its obligations.
Washington. D. C. June 29.���Last
bulletin gave forecasts of disturbance
to ,cioss continent 20 to 30, warm
wave 25 to 29, cool wave 28 to July 2.
Next disturbance will reach Pacific
coast about July 1, cross west of
Rockies countrv by close of 2, great
central valleys 3 to 5, eastern states 6.
Warm wave will cross west of Rockies
about July 1  g.   c,   valleys 3, eastern
To Thomas Anderson and any  person   or 'persons to whom he or they may  liave  transferred his interest in   the  Savage Mineral
Claim, situated on Sixteen'1 Mile'Crock in
���tlie'.Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
-you are liereby required to take notice that I
* have expended for assessments and for
recording certificates of ' work done on the
above claim, the sum of three hundred and
seven and a half dollars (��:507.oO). being an expenditure necessary to enable 1110 to hold said
claim, and you are hereby required to contribute your share or proportion of such expenditure, together ivith all costs of advertising. If
you fail or refuse to contribute such amount,
including advertising, within ninety days from
date of first publication in the Hedley Gazette,
your interest will become vested in me, your
eo-ownor. under tlie provisions of tho Mineral
Act and Amending Acts.
Dated this _!)th day of April, A. D. 1007.
Mi-13 "1. L. DEARDORIH'".
SIXTY DA.YS after date 1 intend to apply to
the Hon. Chief Commissioner of bands &
Discussion is going on in Australia
as to -the location of the Commonwealth capital. On the eve of Federation it was agreed' between the Premiers ol; tin! various provinces that the.
seat of government should not be less
than 1000 miles from Sydney. Dalgetv,
which'the Victorian members are trying to foist upon New South Wales, is
approximately 3000 miles from Sydney, and as the crow flies, just as
close, to Melbourne. Australians
should profit by the experience of both
Canada, and the United States in this
matter, the centre of population in
both countries changing until the
capital is found to be placed more in
the. interests of the railway companies
than of the people.
Works for permission to purchase 320 acres of
mountain pasture land, described as follows:
Commencing at a post placed on the north line
of Lot Xo. 2(>1 marked "S. K. corner of Hugh
Mogra.w's purchase," tlience 80 chains west,
thence 10 cliains north, tlience SO chains east,
thence 10 chains south to point of commencement.
- Dated this _<)th day of May, A.D. 15107.
per TC. 'E. Ui'itii, Agent.
states 5. Cool wave will cross west of
Rockies about July ���!, g. c. valleys (i,
eastern states'8.
The first week of July wiil average
cooler than usual and showers nlay be
expected. While the temperatures
will continue to fluctuate as usual tlie
trend will continue to be downward
till about July 10. |
This disturbance will bring a period j
of dangerous  storms  to  parts  of  the | ���
.-mitinmi-      I ,..������,ni nurli .,.t-il-��  i���   1m   ! ^' -XTY DA YS after date 1 intend to apply to
continent     I cannot undertake  to   lo-   O.    tjio Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands &
cate these storms but advise, all   to   be   Works for pormissioirto purchase H20 acres of
mountain pasture land, described as follows :���
on the lookout tor them from   Julv   1   Commencing at a post��� placed on the north line
of Lot Xo. -01, marked "S. \Y. corner of \V. A.
.burr's purchase." thence SO chains cast, thence
This house is new and strictly first class
in every respect, being equipped with all
modern conveniences���electric light, telephone, baths, etci        :  :       Rates moderate.'
When in Keremeos
The Central Hotel
TWEDDLE <��i> REITH, Proprietors.
I am expecting a great high temperature, wave to cover the continent
most of the time from 12 to 22 and less
marked warm waves centering on
July -t and 30. Very cool weather
may be expected not far from July 8
and 25. A little earlier west of Meridian 90 and a little later west of that
���10 chains north, thence SO chains west,  thence
10 cliains south to point of commencement.
Dated this _!)th day of May. A. 1). 15107.
Some coast papers in catering to
certain elements have labored to convey tlm idea- that the honor done  to
Prince Kushinii in Canadian cities was   Average minimum
only put  on  and was  devoid  of any   Mt'an temperature
The. following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week
ending July 0th :
AT TH.K  MtVl-.
Maximum Minimum
.Tun  30           ..          OS        .. 12
July   1 .. (U        .. 35
2 .. (Mi        .. 37
3 .. 05        .. 39
I            ..          07        .. 12
05        .. 3S
70        . . 10
Y\". A. DUKR,
per li. 10. Beau. Agent.
VTOTICJC is hereby given that, 00 days after
���������' date. I. intend to apply the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
alter the place of diversion of Viator Record
Xo. 120, issued to AV. H. Armstrong on January
2(1, 100(5. to where the Vancouver, Victoria and
ICastern Railway and Navigation Company's
railway line crosses the Ashnola River: also to
alter the direction of the ditch line in order to
run through the following lands:��� Indian Reserve Xo. 10. Lots Ifcilia, 233 s.; Indian Reserve
Xo. Si: Crown laud east of Indian Reserve Xo.
SI. Ijots 0o7. (!5!i. 277: Crown land north of Lot
277, Lots ���mil. III. 710, 171, 100, 222, 323. 3151, 110.
('.:. A. STOKSS.
Agent I'or lveremeos Land Co.
ICeroineos. B.C., .lune8, 15107. 22-!)
Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the
Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.
Fresh Beef,     Pork or Mutton
Cured Meats,     Fish or Poultry
Ho Jo EB>M��fm
9     =     lilktst
.spontaneity or enthusiasm.      Possibly
the   men  who   have   written   in   this
strain know   more  of  the  real   .sentiments of Vjincouverites  towards  the
Japs than   the   (iazetfe   and   are   in   a
better position to judge, but to   a   visitor in tho city the  demonstration   on
that occasion   would   tend  to  convey
the very opposite.     The   welcome  extended to the distinguished visitor did
Vancouver    credit    and   it   would   be
more to her credit if  it were  known
that it was  genuine   and  not put on
for mere effect.    So   Far   as   the   part
taken  by   the  Japanese  is concerned
it appeared to be  most decorous   and
altogether calculated to heighten  respect for the   little  brown   men,   who
were out   in  force,  cleanly in  person
and neatly dressed���not in the style of
garments worn in their  own  country
Average maximum temperature (i(i.!2
do 39.
Certificate of Improvements.
Rainfall for the week .20 inches.
Highest maximum temperature 90
Average maximum
Lowest minimum
Average minimum
J mi 30
July   1
do 3.1.85
do 51
do 56.57
do 69.21
Maximum Minimum
00 .. 48
73 .. -10
S2 .. 57
73 .. II
77 ���    .. l-l
5            ..          78 .. 16
(i            . .          80 .. 50
Average maximum temperature 70.
Average minimum do 17.35
Mean do 01.92
Rainfall For the week    .13    inches
Highest maximum temperature 96.
Average do do 91.
Lowest minimum do 50.
Average do do 57.85
Mean do 7-1.12
"RKAAr10R." '���llAIir.Klf'and "OHO I'l-ATA"
'Mineral Claim-:, situate in the Osoyoos
Alining I)ivision of S'ale District. AVliere
Located :  Olalla Camp.
TAKK XOTK'K that wo.   1. L. Deardortl', K.
1       M. C. No. B;V>73. L. \V. .Shatford. I<\ M. C.
Xo. li��� . and T. 1). I'ickard. K.M.C. Xo.R .
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Al ining Recorder for a Certilicate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice tlmt action, under
Section 37, must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.
Dated this I Itli day of .July, 15)07. 2(!-5)
Certificate of Improvements.
"COIT1CH ClflKK" Mineral Claim, situate in
the Osoyoos Alining Division of Vale District.    Where located :  In Camp Medley.
TAK1C XOT1CI0 that I. Charles K. Oliver,
l'Yec Miner's CerfiJlate Xo. H;Vi82, intend,
sixty days from tho date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder I'or a Certificate of Improvements,' for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
Section 37, must lie commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this thirtieth day of June, A.D. 1007.
II you want to enjoy yourself, you must be cool!   ��
Wl_    CALL    YOUlt    ATTENTION    THIS    W1SEIC   TO    OUR
ltANois of  Men's  Summer  ano   Holioay   Goods
Men's 2-imeci- Suits
"      IjUstrk Coats
WarrK Vests    ..
White Felt Hats
from $6.50 to $11.00
from $2.25 to $3.25
from $2.00 to $4.50
<fc L.\oiks' Outing Hats (mottled colors) $1.00
<fc 'Boys' Linen iV. Stuaw Hats, 05c. to $2.50
Baliiriggan Mesh Undehweai:, suit, $1.50
Washing   Ties       ..        ..        ..       ..        15c.
Fancy   Hosiery .. .. 25c. to 65c.
IMF-   S IS E   W I NDO W    D I S P LAY !
1 Men's Furnistiino Store-R. G. SHIER i
Si THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   JULY  11,'  1907.  (?  R/EV ELY'S  STAB LE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  . Express Office in Connection  Your wants for Livery or Team  Work will he attended to  by calling I'hone 12.  W.   F.   REVELY,   Proprietor  CLAUDET & WYNNE  ASSAVERS  METALLURQHSTS and  QfllNING  ENGINEERS  MINES a.Xd MIIJ.S EXAMINED  SAMPLED AXP REPORTED ON.  Samples   by mail  receive   prompt'  attention.- Correspondence solicited.  '-;-'..-.'���������������������������'.- '    -"-; .'.-..-.'.-  .-��������� c  PRINCETON  and   ROSSLAND  H. H. Cr.AUDHT. Assoc. Inst. M.M..  ��������� Member Am. Inst. M.E.. Rosslaxd.  L. C. W'vxnk, Assoc. Inst. M. M.,  Late Assayor LcRoi.      Princkton.  Town and District.  Miss Hopkins, of Port Angeles,  Wash, is spending holidays in Hedley  with her friend, Mrs. Caldwell.  A public meeting is called for Monday night in Fraternity Hall at 8:30 to  arrange for Labor Day sports in Hedley. '.'....'     '  Mrs, I. L. Deardorf went out by yesterday's stage for Oroville, on a two  months' visit to her home at Hamilton  See R. G. Shier's stock of men's one'  and two-piece bathing suits.  Hedley Rifle   Association   will  hold  the July shoot on the  usual date.    All'  members of the association should en-1  deayor to be present. ,  Rev. A. H.. Cameron will hold service in -'Hedley on Sunday, 14th inst.  at 7:30 p. m. It is expected that in a  few weeks Rev. John Smith -.will take  charge here and'at Princeton. He is  a hi other of D. F. Smith who was  here last year.  D. G. Hackney, owner of the.  Hotel  Montana.        - ,..''���������'-,-  W. Yolen'Williams'of Spokane went | Hedley. and the first hotel-keeper in ;  through   to'-'bear- creek   on   Tuesday   Hedley, has taken over the  house and |-  morning.    He was accompanied by C  M. Canipbell of Phoenix.  Rev. J. J. Jones the new Methodist  pastor who succeeds Rev. Mr. Hibbert  came in on '.-Thursday'last, and on Sun-  sm  \<^  A_ti<  day evening held his first service,  Hugh Megraw of Camp McKinney  came in on Royer's stage from Oroville  to pay a visit to his brother and sister  in Hedley. He returned yesterday  morning.  Freight is again beginning to move  over the Nickel Plate road from Penticton to ' the inine, It is generally'  well on' into the summer before the  road is much in use.?  Sneak thieves have been operating  in some of the camps adjoining the  town. It is a poorpiece of business if  a prospector can't leave tools ora little  grub about his camp and be able to  find them when he conies back.  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gibbon who have  conducted the Hotel Hedley with marked success for more than a year left  this week for the Crow's Nest country.  Mr. and Mrs. Gibbon have made many  friends in Hedley who regret their departure. .'  Rev, D. G. Mcdonald who has been  in charge of the Presbyterian mission  in Hedley left last week. He was going to take in.the  Christian Endeavor     ' i     '       ' -  New Goods for  Hot Weather  I  Hedley  will again assume the active  manage-'  incut.    It is over six years since he i  first opened the.  Hotel Hedley,   which ;  has been much enlarged and improved i$  since that time. , j  The Gazette congratulates Mr. E. A. j  C. Stucld on the honor of winning  the i  Vancouver   Rifle   Association ^silver1 i'(  cup for the highest aggregate  in four J,  league matches.     Mr. Studd has been  doing steady shooting all season  with  the Vancouver riflemen,  and  his  win  is evidence of his skill as a .-marksman.  KEREMEOS NOTES.  J.  Armstrong  is   expected  for the farm, garden,' lawn, boulevard or conservatory. Acclimated  stock. Oldest established nursery  on the Mainland.  NO Seedless Apples  NO Pitless Phinis  NO Coblcss Corn  Just old, reliable, approved varieties at reasonable prices. We do  do not even supply any  kings or  presidents just    the     common  British Columbian is good enough  for our trade.  Bee Supplies, Spuay Pumps, .  s.pr ay ing m a t e r ia l, g r e e n-  tcouse Plants, Cut Floavers.  . We do business on our own  grounds���������have no rent to pay, and  and are prepared to meet all competition.  Let me price your list before, you  place your order. Catalogue krke.  M. J. HENRY,  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver.  Tenders Wanted.  TKXDEIJS will be received by the undersigned up to .JULY 20th, for painting the  Hedley General Hospital. The lowest or any  tender not necessarily accepted.  2(i-  F. II. FRENCH. Secretary.  ��������� li'  X  1^  at  I'1'  X  X  ��������� h  X  III  X  X  If  X  Pi,  X  II  X  X  1;  X  fi  X  [;  X  li  X  X  \i  X  X  X  X  '\  X  X  X  f'-C  X  X  V;       '  X  (  X  '1  X  X  X  ,1-  X  I  X  X  X  X  v  X  V  X  /,  X  'i  X  X  i'  X  1  X  1  X  1  X  A'.  *i  /:  S?8  ^ ffi E;'-ta  ������������������'��������� V **?        ��������� ^"  fffi  ���������)\\  v  'v  ^^"rf^rf^^^ca'^^is^te'^'^'to'^'is^'ij^is^itii  ������������ >  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  %  %  %  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  %  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  I  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing more bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Tabic and  bar   lirst - class.     Rales   moderate.  I'KT  SRSOX I1ROS &  Proprietors.  1.1X1).  Convention in Seattle and went out  over the Hope trail. It is not known  where his future field will be.  A telegram was received from Dr.  AVhillans in Toronto on Monday which  bore the sad news that his baby boy,  little Jack had died on Friday last,  and would be buried ,011 Monday.  The doctor did not reach the city until Sunday. He expects to return in  two weeks.  Judge Moore of Spokane, a. -mining  man, spent a while in Camp Hedley  on his way back from Copper Mountain, and was very favorably impressed with what he saw. He expects to  make another trip here shortly when  he will have, more time at his disposal  to get about and see all the. claims of  merit in this camp.  The hill which marked the eastern  entrance to Hedley has almost disappeared, and the road no . longer goes  between the mill and the ware-house,  but follows a four and a half per  cent grade from the east end of the  the bridge over Twenty-mile to the  top of the bench south-west of the  Daly Reduction Co.'s office, A. Pleasant had the job from the Company of  making the change, and henceforth in  his wood-hauling contracts with the  Company his teams will be spared the  heavy pull which marked the end of  each trip during  the  past year.  Rover has changed the days of running on his liedley-Oroville stage line.  Tho stage formerly came in on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, returning next days, it will now come in on  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays so  as1 to make closer connection with  Revely's tri-weekly stage from Hedley  to Princeton, "While the old arrangement was very convenient for Hedley  and Kerenieos giving us a daily stage  between these points instead of two  stages on alternate days as under the  present time cards, the'convenience of  passengers going through from the  South to the Nicola country will be  promoted.  L. AV. Shatford, M. P. P., returned  on Saturday last from points up the  river. During the trip he visited  Princeton, Granite Creek, Otter Flat  and the settlements on One and Five  Mile (.'recks. Mrs Shatford took advantage of the trip to visit friends on  Five. Mile creek, with whom she. remained while Mr. Shatford was at  Princeton, Granite Creek and Otter  Flat. By going over the ground personally besides meeting with the residents, he obtained a. good idea of what  was required in the matter of road improvements, and will no doubt confer  with the road supervisor to ensure  that no portion will be over-looked.  When in Princeton he met several  prospectors who are well acquainted  with the Roche river country, and his  conference with them and with business men in Princeton will doubtless  result in improvement being done on  the trails in that section.  Mrs.  J.  here this week.  ��������� W. H. Armstrong and other members of the Kerenieos Land Co. will be  here on or before July 13th.  Mr. Hale, engineer in charge of the  V. V. &,E.;work is at the��������� Hotel;Kerenieos, accompanied.-by his wife.  What about Labor Day celebration ?  Wouldn't Keremeos be suitable and  acceptable to the labor element ? With  the. completion of the V. V. & E.' to  Keremeos, the abundance of our. fruit  and ideal weather, the people should  come from Washington state. Boundary Okanagan and Princeton.  Mr. Becker and his wife drove from  Vernon to Keremeos.   ���������  Rev. Mr. Cameron before closing his  service,, here on Sundav evening referred to the question of ���������������������������church--accommodation. He asked the citizens  to think about it.  Instrumental music in the- Sabbath  services is appreciated by the people  of Keremeos.  Another little angel passed St. Peter's gate on Sunday and she is now a  citizen of Keremeos and a member, of  the household of Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Richter.  C. L. dimming, of Clinton Out., is  assisting P. Bromley at the anvil.  On Friday and Saturday the following strangers registered at the Central: John, Stringer, Woodstock Out.;  G. H. Kieffer, Penticton ; H. Walker,  Vancouver ; M.' He trick, Salem Ore.;  H. P. Nelson, Penticton ; J. Bush,  High River; Chas. Wilson, Greenwood ; R, Wilson, Moose. Jaw.  Mr. Cousins, of High River, is putting up a. building on his 3-a.cre lot on  the bench.  Mr. Bresser is' evidently doing a  rushing business making and repairing  harness.  The second crop of alfalfa, is now  being cut.  On July 1th the Beautiful Valley  Land Co. sold of the Webster ranch  20 acres to Mr. Cranipton of Manitou,  Man., 34 acres to Mr. Jos.  Crinkota of  York ton, N. W. T. and 25 acres to Mr.  John Sapos, also of Yorkton.  Mr. H. Walker, of Vancouver, was  here, last month. Hois now the owner  of a 10-acre lot purchased from the  Keremeos Land Co. There also two  3-acrc lots held in reserve for him.  He says that the strawberries he carried from here to Vancouver when  put on his table six days after they  were picked, were in better condition  than the strawberries on  the  market.  Just* Opened Up at  Sk ATFORDSV  BORN  llODGEItS.- In   Seattle  on .July 2nd  to Air.  mid Airs. Al. K. Rodgers, a daughter.  RICI-fTER.��������� In ICoremoos, on .July 7th. to Mr.  and Airs. Frank Richter, a  daughter.  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  s  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  K  THE  Great Northern  Hotel  Princeton  Is noted over the entire district for excellence of both table  :   :   :   :      and bar.       :   :   :   :  All the wants of the travelling  public   carefully   attended   to.  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  s  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  tf  s  s  I  .A.shipment .of Men's'Up-to-date' Dressy  Summer Suits, and another shipment of  Ladies' and Gentlemen's . Canvas. Shoes.  *l" Our stock of Summer Shirts, Underwear, Sox etc., beats anything to be seen  .   ��������� ���������  '..".    . .    in the country.  ���������: ���������������������������  i3?- WE HAVE THE GOODS, AND  WE WANT YOU TO  SEE THEM!  J  Shatfords,  Limited,  Stores at.  FAIRVIEW   and  HEDLEY  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ������������������������������������������ ��������� ��������� ������������������������������������"'������-������-������^������-������^"������-������-������"������-������^"<fr<fr:-������-������<������^x������"<$'<������ <^<������-<$>-*^  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market. ======  The V. V. & E. Railway Station will be in the  centre of the  town.  Now is the time to get your lots,  before the first  train comes up the   valley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around  town site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,    Just a few  left.    Noav is the time to double your money.  For Full  Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  J. J. Armstrong. Manager  Town Lots  $100, $200  and $250  r, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  B    U   L  Great  Route of the  Oriental   Limited  LEAVES OROVILLE DAILY 5:00 A. M.; ARRIVES 10:15; P. M.  Comfortable and  Fast Service to  Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria &  Eastern  Points  M. COSTELLO,     -     Agent,  P. H. BURNHAfl, D. F. & P. A.  -     Oroville, Wash.  Grand Forks, B. C.  DIRECT    CONNECTIONS   AT    SPOKANE   WITH  EAST   AND   WESTBOUND   OVERLAND    TRAINS  ^n*������*������*^6W^*v*W^H*������*HW*=^������������ />")  THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   JULY  11,   1907.  A COMPLIMENTARY  INDICTMENT.  Tlie Princeton Star accuses   the   On- ,  y.ette of   prevarication   and   of   much'  else that is mean and  bad,   because a. j  paragraph appeared in these  columns i  copied from other, papers   and   duly i  credited to same, concerning  the  methods of Smith  Curtis    in  mixing  up  land  speculation  with   political  campaigning; but there is .no  word of reproof for the Greenwood Ledge or the  ���������Victoria'Week  in  which papers  the  paragraph appeared before it was1 published in the Gazette.    The paragraph  is scarcely one   which  called  for  con- >  denmation inasmuch as the Greenwood \  Ledge, whose editor wrote  it,   merely;  told in short, terse  language  what he j  heard coming   out   in   evidence   in  a. i  Greenwood court-room, drawing a les-1  son   therefrom, and surely anything a '���������  reporter hears in the witness-box,   he j  is at liberty to reproduce   in   his   col- i  uiims,   unless perhaps it should   be  in  connection with some  unsavory  case i  of an offence   against   public  morals,;  which   this land case was not.    The;  Gazette doesn't wish  to  be  unfair to:  the Star and intimate  that   it would  wilfully hand out such  wholesale denunciation of the Gazette for copying  an apparently proper  paragraph  and  have, no word  of disapproval  of the  course  pursued   by  the papers  from  which the very proper paragraph   was  copied, and to which  it was credited.  On the contiary the Gazette would  in  the spirit of broad charity, like to hunt  about for some excuse to offer and has  discovered one that should serve.    The  appearance of said  paragraph  in   the  Ledge  and   Week   was  probably  co-  teinporaneous with a certain  sombre- i  lined optic in the Star office; but as we i  don't want to give the Star away  too  badly,    Princetonians    will   probably  understand and be able   to apply  the  excuse without   further   elucidation.  There is one   other   observation  that  the incident calls up, and it is this.   If  this lie the only peg  upon  which   the I  Star can hang an  indictment of  the!  Gazette for prevarication   and  other |  bad  things,   what a  testimonial   this i  is   to   come   from   one's critics.      To j  think of it should be enough to pro- j  duce in   us an  unctuous  rectitude at J  which   even   the   goody-goodness   of  Caesar's wife would   turn   pale.  PROPERTY  Is  A  Good,  Safe  HEDLEY  ���������'!  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 '  Similkameen  the new mining district which has already been proven, by a  small amount of development work, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway; and with the advent of this' road,  which is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably  become a large and 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.  .... I bfvi'ld....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  For Those Who Invest Now.  ===s=Purchase a few lots before the Railway Comes^^=^  For Full Particulars, TVYaps Etc.,  ��������� f\ F������F*I_.>'   TO ���������  The Hedley City  ���������JL. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  CoVLtd.  HEDLEY, B.C.  POSTING THE BRITISH  PUBLIC  Continued from l'aeo One  Obviously, however, owing to the physical obstacles to overcome, to make  these sources available by development  an expenditure very much larger than  in other provinces is required : but, as  British Columbia has in the. past contributed, and in the future must continue in contiibute, in an excessive  ratio to the Federal treasury, as compared with the rest of Canada,, so the  Dominion for relatively increased subsidies to this province will reap a corresponding increase in revenue to the  treasury and in benefits to trade, and  industry." So ran a part of the contention of British Columbia. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his colleagues in the  Dominion  Cabinet were not lire pared  of view as against the Provincial point  of view," and he added :  "Such a deduction would be of too  sweeping a character. The question  we have to ask ourselyes is, Do the  constitutional amendments which are  now demanded, do they command the  support of the great majority of the.  people of Canada? And about that I  think there can he no doubt whatever.  The Federal Government, in which  British Columbia is represented, has  before expressed its opinion, and  all the provinces are in favor of the  arrangement embodied in this bill with  the exception of one of the smallest  provinces. Five millions of the population of Canada are represented in  support of the measure, as against  170,000, the population of British Columbia. We have therefore decided  that we shall introduce a bill to give  effect to the wishes of the great majority of the Canadian people. Several  Canadian statesmen who have been in  this country have urged very strongly  upon us the importance of proceeding  with this legislation. The Prime Minister of Quebec, also Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Mr. Fielding, the Finance  Minister of the Dominion, all have  made personal application to my noble  friend Lord Elgin or to myself upon  this question."  BIDS WANTED  IMMEDIATELY  Bids are asked by the undersigned  for collecting logs in the Similkameen  river between Hedley and Kerenieos,  and delivering them in boom at Keremeos. For further particulars apply  to  S. L. SMITH  14 For Hedley Lumher Co.  60  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ......       ... , c 1     The bill therefore must go through;  to go further than the proposal tor an   ,    ...... ,      ...        . .     .  0    , ,,.,.,,,,      ,���������     but it goes through with an important  annual payment to   British  Columbia ��������� ������  of $100,000   for  ten   years   over   and  above what the other provinces received. This concession Mr. McBride  considered inadequate, and on the  adoption of this resolution he withdrew from the conference. The sequel  is found in his present mission in  Loudon.  ���������modification conceived in the interests  of British Columbia. What Winston  Churchill went on to say was most inadequately reported in English journals.    It was as follows :  Mr. McBride, the Prime. Minister of  British  Columbia,   has also stated his  case  very fully to ns.    He has  with j  ��������� great frankness and much force placed  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone (ending a sketch and description may  quickly aacertaln our opinion free whether an  Inrentlon la probably patentable. Commnnica.  tlonsatrictly confidential. HANDBOOK onPatenta  eent free. Oldest agency for aecuring patent*.  Patents taken through Munn & Co. recelra  tpetialnoUce, without charge, in the  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly.  Largest clr-  Terms, $3 a  Mm ^������  5 s.  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   B.C.  I  i  I  X  X  X  I  I  ������ - 5  * 2  X tf  I    Frank  B.  McArthur,   -   -   Manager    2  X tf  X tf  %*liW&i^t%a^aiaia^*^a%*iaw^t%il*\iy%*luiW  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING    MEN.  TABLE and BAR FIRST-CLASS.  RATES MODERATE.  dilation of any scientific Journal  year; four months, 9L Bold byall newsdealers.  MUNN S Co.361Broadwa' New York  Branch Office. C25 P St.. Washington, D. C.  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, flanager.  It has been contended that the Dom- ! "* in P"^!",1 ������'f tho views and griev-  .   . n , ��������� ances of ontisri Columbia.    We have  imon Govern men t need not have come j en(i(.avore(l so far as possible���������while  to the Imperial Parliament for a con- j we are unable to adopt his opinions  firmation   of an arrangement already j entirely���������to make the legislation agree  embodied ujjon the Canadian statute  book. Canada, it was suggested, being  mistress of her own revenues, could  dispose of them us she pleased. But  Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his colleagues,  desiring as far as possible to give finality to the readjustment and to relieve  Canada from further provincial demands, decided to have recourse to  Imperial legislation, and with this end  in view the resolutions of the Dominion Parliament declared the readjustment to be "final and unalterable."  Since he came to  London   Mr.   Mr-  able to him, and we have not introduced into the legislation the words  ���������final and unalterable,' which it had  been proposed to introduce, and which  would have prejudiced British Columbia's chance of making some other  friendly arrangement in the future  with the nonunion and with the other  provinces."  This, then, is one result of Mr. Mc-  Bride's mission���������lie has kept the door  open for negotiations with the Dominion Government. Indeed, a clause in  the imperial measure specifically declares that ���������'nothing in this Act shall  affect  the obligation of  the  Govern-  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ���������w- * * # n  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  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.  Bride has  had  prolonged  conferences ; niont  of Canada to jjay any  province  at the  Colonial Office,  and  especially ��������� any grant which  is   payable  to   that  with   the  Under-Secretary,   Mr. Win-j province, other than the existing grant  ston  Churchill,   with   results   of   the  highest   importance to  his  province.  In the first place, Mr. Churchill, when  introducing  the  bill to the   House of  Commons,   made  it clear  that   while  British Ministers and the British Parliament do not know enough about the  relative interests concerned to judge  on which side the merits of the claim  lie, yet it must not be assumed that in ! mission.  a case case of this kind  his   Majesty's <   Government " will always be prepared i     When  necessarily to accept the Federal point j  &verijthiug New and  First-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the    Table.  THE   MINING   WORLD  and   THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE  for ONE YEAR for $3.00.  for which the grant under this Act is  substituted."  Mr. McBride, haying seen the Imperial measure through its second reading,  expects to sail for British Columbia on  .lune 28 in company-with Mr. Laurence  Macrae, who, in his capacity as private,  secretary, has been able to be of material   assistance   to   McBride   in   his  Try  nuwWWVSA.  writing    Advertisers,  Mention the Gazette.  Please  CEYLON TEA.  Pure   and   Invigorating.  PENTICTON LIVERY  FEED and STAGE STABLE  From March 1st, 1007. AV. E.  Welby's Stage will have  connection with the Great Northern Railway at Oroville.  Leave Hedley at 0.80 a,. 111.  "'    Keremeos..' 11.80 a. in.  "   White Lake  2.00 p. 111.  ���������'    Fairview  LOO p. in.  Arrive at Oroville (5.00 p. 111.  Return Tuesdays and Saturdays  Leave Oroville at....  "      Fairview   Arrive at Hedley....  .5.80 a. m.  :S.0()a. m.  .0.80 p. in.  Faic from Hedley to Oroville   Fare from Hedley to Fairview    $8.00   $0.00  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor  A beautiful drive over tlie best, of roads.       Kxpvess  i   cents  per  lb.  to   Oroville.  Knst  Stoulc   anil  tbe   best  of Drivers.       Express  2   cents   per  lb. to [-"aii'view.


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