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 ���������1    ,    :  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol; IV.       No. 26.  HEDLEY, B. C>, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1908.  $2.00, in Advance.  ���������i'-i:* I''-  ������������������$���������:������������������  -,;������������������-������ a:  I"  t".  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in Vancouver.]  ���������  S. O. L. Co.'s'Bi.ock  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  DOMINION DAY CELEBRATIONS.  w.  H. T.  GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Munrc  Block  PENTICTON,  ' "  b>c.  J.  W. EDMONDS  ,   Insarance and  General Agent  Agent  for The Gkeat West  SUHANCE COJIl'A.VY.  Like In-  PENTICTON,       -      -  B. C.  JflS. GLflRKE  Watchmaker  HEDLEY.B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  B. H. 110GERS,  M.A., IJ.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B."'0.  A.  MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,   Real Estate,  Mines.  Crown   Grants  Applied   For  Under Land Act and  ���������     '    Mineral Act.  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Baknes, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  Canada's Natal Day Honored at Penticton  and Princeton.  In celebrating the. occasion, the Siniilkameen divided its attention on  July 1st. between Princeton and Penticton, but Princeton took the. lion's  share from Hedley for obvious reasons,  not the least of which was that the  distance was less than half that to the  lake town. With the lower pare of  tho valley it was different, and as a  result Penticton got a sprinkling from  Keremeos and lower down. The presence at Princeton of the Keremeos  baseball team was the loadstone that  took most of those who went up the  yalley from Kerenieos, outside tho  players themselves.  The sports committee at Princeton  and residents of the town showed commendable enterprise, some of the residents contributing most generously  towards the prize list, especially in the.  horse-racing events, P. Swanson of  the Great Northern Hotel giving $100  towards the half mile free for all race,  aiid the Hotel Tulameen, .$75 toward  the quarter mile free for all.  The weather was ideal, barring the  he-at and the dust, but these are always to be expected .at this season of  the year, and those who take in the  holiday, make up their minds to put  up'with this discomfort.. The attendance was large, all parts of the valley  being represented. f  The principal event was the baseball tournament, for which it prize of  ���������$100 was given, and three, teams���������  Keremeos Hedley and Princeton-  were entered for it. The programme  arranged by the.-committee"'.was to  have Keremeos and Hedley opeu the  ball and Princeton play the winners.  In "this first match Keremeos had the  easiest kind of a walk-over, beating  Hedley by a score of 20 to 4. Then  Keremeos went up against Princeton,  whose box was manned by a whirlwind pitcher, and the. team had also  some heavy batting talent. The three  bagger made by J. Campbell, who was  the first to bat for Princeton, as well  as the dismay caused hy the Princeton  pitcher's delivery had a disconcerting  effect upon the'-Keremeos players.  Keremeos had won considerable cash  in the morning game, sand forthwith  re-invested it on what they,considered  to be the same kind of security, and  when a well defined bear movement in  such secursties developed itself in the  V. V. & E.  PROGRESS.  A   Faulty  Estimate    as  to  Completion.  Date  of  Ths Keremeos Trumpet is evidently  out considerably in its estimation of  the length of time necessary to complete grading to Hedley when it mentions October as the earliest possible  date, and cites 60,000 yards of rilling  yet to be done. Even if 00,000 yards  of filling Should be the quantity remaining to be,done, there is a steam  shovel to do it that is good for from  800 to. 1200 yards per day, and 150  graders besides, who' are' working on  other portions, and who should be  good for considerably more than "the  steam shovel. .  A prominent official connected with  J. AV. Stewart's construction force,  when asked about the. estimate treated  it with ridicule, and said that with the  bridges and trestles which the tracklayers have to put in, they, (the track- j  layers) if they started in to-morrow to  lay the 20 miles of steel between Keremeos and Hedley, wouldn't be delayed  an hour by the graders.  The big rock cut opposite the sawmill is completed. The party of ltal-.  ians who have been working,on smelter fiat will finish their contract by  the end of the week, and the-only unfinished portion between Hedley* and  Ashiiola crossing after this week will  be confined to a length of two miles in  the neighborhood of Fifteen Mile  Creek, considerable portions of which  stretch of two miles is already completed,-and a large force working on it  besides the steam shovel.  Then on the other side, the river there  arc a few little pieces'that can very  soon be done. The short length of  time necessary to complete these is  the main reason why they are in no  hurry to start them until the river  goes down a little more.  ���������All the while a little steel is being  brought to the end of the track, which  is about a mile this side of Kerenieos,  and one of these .fine day*.- the tracklayer may start in without' even  asking leave from Kerenieos.  MIDWAY AND VERNON.  Indications for Resuming Work Better  Now Than for a Long Time.  Developments of the last three weeks  in the railway situation have revived  the,Jiopes of dwellers on the Kettle  liver. The cross country trip made by  C. P. R. officials between Nicola and  Midway recently, has been followed by  measurements of M. & V. grades, by  C. P. R. engineers, evidently with a  view to arriving at a basis of valuation  for taking over'the portion of the M.  & V. road built by that concern in the  summer and fall of 1905, when grade  was constructed most'of the way from  Midway to Rock Creek.  Should the C. P. R. use this piece of  grade there would be no longer any  doubt as to the route they, would take  over the range of mountains between  the Kettle river and the Okanagan.  for it would be,impossible to use the  M. & V. grade to Rock Creek and go  over the range by way of Sidley  .mountain.  Their routef would undoubtedly be  up the West Fork of tlie Kettle and by  way of Wilkison creek on their road  to Penticton.  When this road is built there will be  lots of good ore for them to haul from  West Fork mines - to the smelters of  the Boundary.  FOREWARNED  IS  FOREARMED.  A Timely Word of Caution That Is in  Season���������Let All Pay Heed.  TIT-BITS FROM PENTICTON.  GIVING LIQUOR TO INDIANS  A   Risky  Practice   That   Runs  With Shekels.  Away  's Nurseries  Xoyr growing in our Nurseries for  the Fall trade :-  iJO.UOO Peacli, Apricot, Nectarines, Cherry, I'lum, Prune. Pear and Apple  ���������in all leading varieties.  100.000 Small   Fruits.  10.000 Ornamental Trees, in all leading  varieties for B. C.  Strictly liome grown and not subject to  damage from fumigation.  Stock of Bulbs to arrive in August from  Japan, France and Holland.  Bee .Supplies. Spray Pinups. Seeds, Ktc.  110-page CATALOGUK KRKK.  Ottlce, Greenhouses and Seedtiouse:  3010 Westminster Road,  VANCOUVER,   -   B. 6.  I  II  Hear of Shier's Clothing Store.  Hi  The "Old Reliable" Shoemaker  He Zibler  SHOES MADE TO ORDER.  SHOE and HARNESS REPAIRING A SPECIALTY  early stages of this second game, the  kicking began.   Many of the spectators were ungenerous enough to think  that Keremeos hoped  to save  their  cash by stopping the game on a dispute  and that they relied more on reaching  bases   by getting    hit with the ball  than in getting connection with it by  bat; but the  speed developed by the  pitcher soon made the Keremeos soreness physical as well as mental,  and  argued against king continanee of this  policy.    That, however, is mere opinion on the part of certain spectators  and may or may not be correct.    The  version of the case given in the Keremeos Trumpet's report of the match  would indicate the contrary-    At all  events the score stood 5 to 2 in favor  of Princeton- when an  irreconcilable  dispute   arose which  ended in Keremeos refusing   to contiuue ������and   the.  umpire   declared   the   game    against  them 0 to nothing.  NOTES  Bert Harris says there wasn't any  booze in the wagon that took the  Hedley team to Princeton.  ^ It is an open question whether the  Hedley canine mascot sought retirement under the. sidewalk because of  the showing made by the team or because of the old-fashioned, unstylish  style in which he had been dressed.  That Princeton pitcher's speed,  curves and lack of control was a heartbreak to Keremeos batters. His balls  were bad to bat with the funny bone.  Hedley hase-ballers are in a class by  themselves���������-the kindergarten.  Kerenieos 20, Hedley -I. Shades of  Wes Rodgers, Messenger and Percy  Watson,   "what a fall was there ! "  Spectators voted the Priueeton-Ker-  eineos match the grousiest, scoldiost  game of the season. At one stage of  it there was Mo mortal minutes of rag-  chewing during which not a ball was  thrown.     Tlie   Princeton  players   in  During the past fortnight the provincial treasury was helped out to the  extent of nearly $200 .as the result of  supplying liquor to Indians. One  white man and three Indians contributed.  A great deal of this illegal selling  has been going on lately .and many of  the offenders who'are tramps, that are  here to-day and away fco-inorrow, are  hartl to get at. Some of the railway  navvies, partly through ignorance of  the law and partly from recklessness,  having been taking desperate chances  and more of them will be landed very  shortly if they don't let up.  As for the Indians themselves, it is  about time they were able to recognize,  the fact that if they will take liquor  from any scallawag that comes along,  they run a big risk of getting let in for  it, for there are lots of ways of getting  at them.  It may be to the advantage of all  concerned to know that the punishment for thi.s ofience can go as high as  $300 fine and G months' imprisonment,  and the lightest is a fine, of $50.  this altercation wen; obstinate, and  those from Keremeos proved eligibility for membership in tho ancient  order of apple-women.  Some Hedleyites count the Princeton pitcher another edition of Wes  Rodgers, lacking Wes'.s control.  Every team is allowed to have a tail-  end, but when the tail-end extends up  between the shoulder-blades, the caudal appendage is too capacious.  The Kerenieos Trumpet hit the ball  square for a home run in reference to  bluffing, betting and challenging to  bet on the Held, which it calls a 'sport-  spoiler and breeder of ill-feeling."  Simiucamkhn i.uauuk standing  The most interesting item for this  week's "Tit Bits" is the Dominion  Day sports, which were undoubtedly  the best ever held in Penticton. The  ,Press' says they were, the best ever  held in the valley. I will not go as  far as that, but from my own experience during four years' sojourn in  various parts of the Okanagan, I must  say I have yet to see anything in the  all-round sports line to touch those  held here on the 1st.  A glorious day and a good-humoured  crowd are good foundations for a start  and being blessed with both, the various events were easily run off without a hitch of any sort.  The w������ ter sports comprising twenty  events were started sharp at nine and  swimming and. sculling races interspersed with diving competitions, were  the order of the day till one < ������'clock,  when everybody adjourned for lunch.  The S. S. Aberdeen, with excursionists from up-lake points arrived about  10 a. m., also bringing the Kelowna  City Band, which discoursed sweet  music during the day.  The Horse Races and Athletic sports  were held on the new race track and  athletic grounds recently purchased  by public subscription from the S. O.  Land Co.  The most exciting race of all was  the final for the half mile open, Innis  winning by a very short head.  Racing finished about six, and after  a hurried meal most of the crowd assembled on the wharf to see the finish  of the aquatic sports. Those who attempted to walk the greasy pole have  no kick coming about it not being  slippery enough, a five lb. tin of lard  being used in the. process of greasing.  After the last event was over, Mr. &  Mrs. L. AV. Shatford distributed the  prizes to the winners of the Aquatic  and Athletic events. These were all  purchased from the various stores in  town. Mr. Shatford spoke briefly,  congratulating the committee on having held such a successful day. The  The Band then played tho National  Anthem, and the excursion party after  giving three times three  and a tiger  We in Hedley who have an abundant supply of absolutely pure water,  have but little idea of the fear and  trembling with which other places less  favorably situated approach the heated  season. Typhoid which has in receut  years gathered in its yearly harvest in  adjoining towns, has had no terrors  for us in Hedley, Where it has never  yet claimed a victim, and where the  one or two odd cases that have existed  were directly traceable to disease  germs taken in elsewhere and developed here as an inevitable consequence  of the previous infection. In many  cases of typhoid-stricken towns the  local press has failed to do its duty and  instead of sounding the necessary note  of alarm and pointing out the means  of prevention, have had recourse to the  almost criminal policy of concealment.  To its credit be it said the Keremeos  Trumpet has adopted a saner, manlier  and more humane plan, which, may  save valuable lives if the advice be  followed. The Trumpet, in referring  to the matter, says :  "At the risk of appearing over solicitous, we again ask the citizens of  Keremeos to consider the question of  getting a pure water supply. In such  a.climate as this, and with shallow  wells in low-lying soil, disease and  death will follow the use of such water  as we have now as surely as night, follows day. It can hardly be called less  than criminal to wail for an epidemic  to force action. The towu is not far  enough advanced to warrant the in*  stallation of a regular waterworks system, but what could and should be  done at.once is to bore a deep well at a  central point and set up the ancient  institution  known as a town  pump.  The cost would not be much, levied on  the whole town ; and it is not conjecture, but a moral certainty, that if  some such move is not made the penalty of neglect will be an accession of  business for the new cemetery. In  the meantime all water for drinking  should be  boiled."  Besides the   matter of pure water  supply there are other sources of danger that it is well to guard against, and  it is doulitful whether in Hedley, all.  has been done that might be, to secure  immunity.    Unfortunately in  laying  out the townsite,   the limited amount  of space at their disposal prompted the  owners to follow the all too prevalent  plan of small lots, and a plot of ground  25 feet byTOO feet is too small for a  residence,  even  when  a householder  buys two lots.    This forces too close  proximity of outhouses to dwellings,  and only  the   tremendous  depth   of  coarse gravel and  boulder till   upon  which the town is  huilt has served to-  keep our health bill so  clean.    What  Hedley needs is incorporation,  which  would enable us to obtain  a sewerage-  system and inaugurate a plan of closet-  inspection and oversight of premises,,  that would ensure absolute healthful-  ness for all time to come ;   for there is  no place in British Columbia as favorably situated as we are to maintain  a.  clean  health bill with   a little   care.  Meanwhile   the   Provincial   board of  health should use all  the  power  they  possess to make the most of things  as they are.  CANADIAN YACHT WINS.  Back   the  Alexandra   Has  Dunsmuir  Won  Cup.  Clubs  won  Lost  Pet  Oroville      2  0  1 000  Princeton   ....    1  0  1 000  Nighthawk     1  1  ,o()0  Kerenieos   ....    1  2  .333  Hedlev    I)  2  .000  for Penticton started on nor trip up  the lake to their homes, tired out but  happy.  Steward's Hall was not crowded  with dancers when I peeped in about  twelve, but the forty odd that attended must have been enthusiasts, as they  kept it up till nearly three.  Two of our nautical men, not content with the spoi'ts on the 1st, attempted something decidedly novel on  the lake the other evening. Noticing  the flag on their sail boat was out of  kilter, one of them shinned up the  mast to fix it. Needless to say he  fixed it���������after the boat turned turtle.  The two gentlemen in question have \ Mrs. Swanson, of Princeton, left on  agreed to do this act in public after J Sunday on a. visit to friends at West-  one or two rehearsals. Tliry found | bridge and Midway on her wav to Sethi; water so refreshing, don't you j attle. She accompanied Mr. Broom-  know!   . | field to Westbridge.  Last week w<is notable in Vancouver  because of the great yacht race for  possession of the. Dunsmuir trophy,  between the Spirit, a Seattle boat, and  the Alexandra, a Vancouver yacht.  The Spirit won the trophy last year,  and the Alexandra challenged to recover it.  The first race, was won easily by the  Alexandra, which led the Seattle boat  and beat her by 31 minutes over the 12  mile, triangular course. The second  race was won by the Spirit- by a little  over two minutes, and the Alexandra-  won the third and deciding race by  one 'minute*.  I THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   JULY 9, 1908.  arid  Similkameen Advertiser.  i  he be .chosen? .Here is where  ���������the system of seniority for advancement in  the service falls'  .   ..   ir ,, down.    The   man   who   should  Issued on ihursdiiys. by the Hkdlkv GAZicrrK i  I'liixrixci and I'l-in.isni.vcCo.MiMNv;     ,<have that job is the   most  cap-  l.iMiTKii." at Iledloy.'B. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  l'cr, Vi.'iir..  Six   Months...  S'J.OO  able nmn that .the whole printing trade in this country, .can'  i.iKi-'produce, regardless of  whethei*  he. is in the. government pi'int-  ' ing service now or not,  and   re-  Advertising Rates  Measurement, Vi lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Cortitlcales of improvement-. ''"-��������� - -,. , , , . ,.  $7.00 fur (Jll-dny novices, mid S.'>.()0 fur Ml-diiy ; gai'dlCSS also Ot    WlU'lt    his    poll-  noticOs.       ��������� ;' . ,'.,,,       . , . '.  Transient Advertisements-not, cNccediug one j ties IllilV ������(!. It lie IS Oil tlie OLlt-  iiich, $1.00 for one insertion. At cents for! ��������� -i,. v������;*-l^������,. .U....I.1 l.>. ,.!-' ,,.-������  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch.! Side. -Neither should llC Ot Held cents per line for Urst insertion and o, ... ��������� fi���������,..,,'i:.,��������� ,,������!,._._. Lr>  cents per line for each subsequent insertion. CCSSltV De, a Canadian UllleSS lie  Trarsionts payable in advance.                       I .        j.     .      i-ii fi      ',,.,���������.:<-.���������,���������,    .,������.,' +  Contract Advertisements-One inch per month I ,S ������VD,t' t0 'ln tne   l>.0*������>tl011    <IS   It  ' jSS'.iStZ������S"|^^ be filled.    If a man  who  ftfcfera^^ tPVe ������'��������������������������� ������m^ent service  charges, based on size of space and length j l,0 procurable in   Great  Britain  of tunc. '. . v t.      i        /.'    ���������   -    ���������  Advertisements will be changed once every   or even ill the United States be-  inontli if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge, h'ov changes oftcucr than once a month  the  price.of composition will be charged at  . regular rates.  ' -  Changes for contract advertisements should i .,wj.     . ,..,i;,l  ,.������.i_/���������������-,   nrlnr 'l-������/������  be in tTic ollice by noon on Tuesday ro secure j there IS HO MUM vetlSOIl   Wny HG  attention for that week's issue.  A.'ittEGRAW, Managing k-ditor  cause of the greater experience  gained in larger establishments  l'*llll  MuOIl  jjf&jid'^a.i  New  Moon  lltth  S.'0 &:  ���������Hi  Last- Quar.  -IS.  Kirs  D quar.  (itli.  190S  '.���������;;.TU..l.Y  1908  Sun. Mon.  ���������T lies.. Wed.  Till  .-,Fri. Sat.  ,  i  ..)  3  4  ;",           (!  ".    s  !)'  10  11  12        13  11      15  10  17  IS  10      20  21      22  23  -21  25  2(i     '27  2S     29  30  HI  .'���������   .  ''.should not be��������� procured.,. "Can-,  iacla.for Canadians" may be a  j ca tchy cry foi use by the demagogue to pander to the pieju-  i dices of the unthinking, but  i business is business and  those  superstitious or he would never I  choose September. It was on!  Sept. 17th 1878 that an event;  happened ���������which gave Canada;'  a great 'push forward. That j  Avas the day that Sir John Mac- j  dohald carried the country for j  the National Policy���������a fiscal!  system"which,'though protested j  against by his -opponents .'.for j  eighteen years thereafter, was j  nob intei'fered with by them j  when they came in power in j  1890, and has now become the)  fixed policy of the country, j  even if the,, .premier wears the j  Cobden medal with which free  trarlers( in England presented  him, although it must have been  in irony that they did so.  1836  THE BANK OF  1908  This Bank has/a, record behind it of nearly three quarters of  a', century of successful banking in Canada, with assets  increasing every year until they now exceed $50,000,000.  Money Advanced on reasonable terms.. Dkaft.s  bought and.sold. Sale Notes'.cashed or taken for collection. Money Orders and L kite its of Gh edit issued,  payable in the leading cities of the world.  Esfcrovys in connection with Mixing Deals given  special attention.   ":, -'. ��������� ���������.;' , ..:   '-.' '��������� \  Hedley   Branch,  L. G. MacHaffie, Manager  Ai last it has been officially  announced by the; Minister of  Justice at Ottawa that his election bill is to be revised to such  an extent that no impious hands  are to be laid upon the British  Columbia voters' lists, and it is  EDITORIAL  COMMENTS  | who pay the bill should get  the also to be a  case  of "hands off  ���������Manit'obaV but new Ontario  must", still, run the gauntlet.  Leader R. L. Borden certainly  'deserves.'well at the hands of  British Columbia for the fight  he put up in her behalf. Neither  could the lists in British Columbia have been in the rotten condition claimed by a certain gentleman from Yale-Cariboo. Evidently the administration at  Ottawa have quit taking him  seriously.  The Gazette has no wish to  rob Duncan Boss of any credit  which 'may belong to him in  connection with, work  done bv|  [benefit of the most efficient ser-  J vice'-possible. ���������  It is true the use of the dual  language in Canada which requires the printing of Hansard'  and of all : reports in both the  English and French language  may be responsible for much of  the congestion, but this difficulty should not be insuperable  with the right man at the head  and  the    improved  machliines  | for speedy work now procurable  for the printing trade. ���������  ''Everyone Vhp     knows,   or  who knows at all  well of Hon.  the Canadian  Geological   Sur-1 &-H. Blake,  ex-chancellor,   To-  vev in this constituency.    Good I ronto, will be sure to appreciate  work has been done by the Survey in this portion of Yale-Cariboo by, Mr.' Camsell, and not  only will good results follow,  but already important benefits  have been and are being derived from it. There is one thing,  however, in this connection that  calls for improvement, and that  is the unconscionable delay experienced in getting out the detailed reports of the field parties. We do not wish to be  misunderstood as laying any  blame upon the Geological Survey, for we dont believe fault  lies with them but with the department of public printing in  which antiquated methods and  lack of systeni must prevail, or  these serious delays would not  occur. It was in the summer of  1900 that Mr. Camsell made his  examination of Copper Mountain and that section of the  district and apparently the report is not out yet, or if it be,  the Gazette lias not heard anything of it. . The preliminary  summary report of course appeared over a year ago and  was reproduced in these columns. To delay issue of the  regular.- detailed report for so  great a length of time, is to rob  Notice to Contractors.  OKAL.K1) TENDERS, superscribed ���������'Tender  *^    for School-house," will be received by the  Honourable the Chief Commissioner up to nooji  of Thursday, theoth July, 1008, for the erection  1 and completion of a two-'rooin frame school-  house at Iveremeos. Similkumcon Electoral  District. B. C  Plans, specifications, contract and forms of  tender may bo seen on and after the 2-ind day  of .June. litOS. at the otliceofthe Government  Agent, Kairview; of I)..I. Innis, Ksq��������� Secretary  of the School Board,-Keremeos: and at tlie  Lands and Works Department, Victoria, B.C.  . Kaeli proposal must be accompanied by an  accepted bank cheque or certilicate of deposit  on a chartered banJc of Canada, made payable  to the lion, tho Chief Commissioner, for a sum  tendering decline to enter into contract when  called upon to do so. or if he fail to complete  tlie work contracted for. Tlie clicqiics or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will  lie returned to them upon the execution of  the contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless made  out on tho font is supplied, signed with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in  the envelopes furuislied. The lowest or any  tender not necessarily neceptod.  V. O. GAMBLK,"  l'ublic Works Engineer.  Lands and Works Department.  Victoria, 11.C. lfith .June, l'.IOS. -        A5-2  the Toronto Telegram's view of  the Irish Canadian. Mr. Blake  was greatly in evidence during  the recent Ontario ��������� elections,  taking the side of the-conservative administration for a wonder, and in the affairs of the  Anglican     synod    of   Toronto,  Whose   animal     meeting   closed j equivalent to .ten"per cent, of the amount of  , ������ the tender, winch shall be forfeited if the party  last week, Mr. Blake, as he has  done for years past, took the  most prominent part, and was  ridiculed by the Globe, for some  of his utterances, whereupon  the Telegram remarks : Canada  would live a richer, more inspiring life in church, state,  press and parliament if each of  these spheres of national activity could be invigorated by the  individuality of an S. H. Blake.  The curse of Canada is her lack  of individuality in her church  synods, conferences, general assemblies, in her parliaments  and in her press.- Everybody,  clerical and lay, editor and politician, is trying to be like  everybody else, and to slip  along into the similitude of  some adored effigy of earthly  success. Canadians are in danger of being smoothed and jack-  planed into a "nation of imitative dubs."     There   is   nothing  The u\m Prod wed  BY NEATLY PRINTED STATIONERY  ���������bearing imprint of the home office���������is  a, valuable aid to the local business man,  for it shows that he is public-spirited and  loyal to Ins town' f Having this, he can  consistently appeal to the community in  which he resides to give him their trade  THe Gazelle Jott Department  - Is the best equipped of any office in the  district, outside of Vernon and the'  larger offices in the  Boundary        ::   '    ::  Latest Type faces,  High Grade Paper &  Artistic Arrangement  Are the three essentials to good work :  Letter Heads  Note Heads  Bill Heads  Memo Heads "  Statements  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  Commercial Forms  Pamphlets  Posters, Vc, Vc.  ���������J Anything from a visiting card to a 3-  sheet plain and colored exhibition poster  II No job too small or'none too large for us  HEDLEY GAZETTE, P. & P. GO.. Ltd.  Try  nvwWVSOMk  COPPER  handbook.  ( Xew Edition issued Marcli, 1008.)  SIZE:   Octavo. ������  .PAGES:   12-J8.  CHAPTERS;   ii.  -  SCOPE: The Copper Industry of the World.  COVERING: Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry. Mineralogy, Mining.  Milling, Leaching. Smelting, Refining, Brands.  Grades. Impurities. Alloys, Uses, Substitutes, I  Terminology, Deposits by Districts, States.  Countries and Continents, Mines in Detail.  Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports. Exports, Finances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Hundboolc is concededly the  WORLD'S STANDARD REFERENCE \  BOOK ON COPPER. !  TTIK MIXER needs the book for the facts I  it gives him regarding Geology. Mining. Cop- !  per Deposits and Copper Mines.  THE M ETA LLC KG I ST needs the hook for ,  the facts it gives him regarding copper milling, i  Km 11- '��������� leaching, smelting and refining,  o.uii   .    TH|<, (.(jppj.-jj CONSUMER needs the hook :  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  ADVERTISE IN THE GAZETTE !  60 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ATENTS  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone sending a sketch and description m������y  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether so  invention Is prohnbly patentable. Communtca.  tlons strictly conBdentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent*  sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.  Patents talcen through Mutui & Co. recelre  special notice, without cbnrge, in the  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. T.nreest clr-  cnlatlou of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a  7Qiir; four months, (1. Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.36,Broadw^ New York  Branch Office, 626 F St.. Washington. D. C.  umerit in an age of shams and  tlie delay above specified, but  tlie report of tlie Courtenay  commission showed weakness  in organization and working  wlien S. E. Dawson was before  the commission giving evidence.  There is talk of retiring S. E.  Dawson, the present head .of  the department, who evidently  has a job on his hands that is  too big i'or him. But who will  bis successor he  and  how  will  HE' INVESTOR IV COPPER SHAKES!  cannot a (lord to lie vWtlioiit it. The Copper j  Handbook gives statistics and general in- |  formation on one hand, with thousands of [  detailed mine, descriptions on the other. |  covering tlie copper mines of the entire world. \  and the 10 pages of condensed statistical tables j  alone are worth more  than   the   price  of  the i  top, or  it of more than  half  its  value ;!������"<;h   n   country  needs    worse  for development may go on  in| than a few S. H. Blakes.  the interval to stud," an  extent I "d Hume Blake is not always \ IZiV^^V^Jn\^ny"'"  u te" M'1'^  that the  report,  when  it does|"g������t-     He  is noways   himself.  appear,   will  road   like ancient \ Mr. Blake is a, real, original doc-  history.  That the department of public prhiting is badly in need of  a thorough over-hauling is very  plain ; for not only have we an  instance    of i.ts   inefficiency  in legislature and parliament  and  through  every  newspaper.     A  free country is   all   the   better  for having a man like Mr. Blake  to listen to  and none the worse  for' having strength   enough   to  occasionally  reject Mr. Blake's  advice."���������Nelson News  B U L.L-ET I Nl  Great Northern Railway  Route of the Oriental   Limited  and Fast Mail  imitations.      It  would   be   for  Canada's    great  good   if  there j {^shnroi'11 !l,ul cvt'1'v "W1U"' "f 'w""-'1" ""���������  was an S. H. Blake speaking  in  every  church  court,  in    every  And now they say that the  Dominion elections are to be  brought on in September. Evidently  Sir Wilfrid   cannot  be  PKICE:   ������;���������).(������������ in buckriini  with gil  ST./iDiii full library morocco.  TEKMS: Tin; most liberal. Send no money,  Imt order the book sent you, all carriage charges  prepaid, ouone week's approval, lobe returned If unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you a Moid not to sec the book and judge for  vourself of its value to you ?  WHITE NOW to the editor and publisher.  HORACE I. STEVENS  LEAVES KEREMEOS DAILY 3:00 P.M. ;   ARRIVES 10:30 A.M.  Comfortable and Fast Service to  Seattle, Vancouver, Vic=  toria &  Eastern   Points  lilil   SHKLDEN   nUII.DING.  IIOCfiliTON.  MICH.   C. S. A. 15  Offers Wanted.  W. O. STEVENS   -   Agent     -  W. A. ROSS  -   A. G. P. Agent  Keremeos, B. C.  Seattle, Wash.  HAVING decided to close out the Estate of  the Medley Lumber Company as soon us  possible, tlie undersigned will be pleased to  consider bids for the stock, plant, tools &c.  Outstanding accounts not promptly settled will  be placed in the hands of 11 collector.  DIRECT    CONNECTIONS   AT    SPOKANE   WITH  EAST   AND   WESTBOUND   OVERLAND    TRAINS  L������-tf  S. L. SMITH, Assignee. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   JULY  U,   1008.  'I   /  It*  I  X  Town and District.  POLLOCK  IMPROVES  DAILY.  T1TK  Great Northern  Motel  Princeton  Is noted over the entire dist-,  rict for excellence of both table  :   :   :   :       and bar. ,'    :   :   :   :  tf  i\  5  I  X  $  ���������I  i  I  3  ���������3  -i  Jt  ���������������������������*  tf  tf  tf  %  i  i  All tlie wants of the travelling  public   carefully ��������� attended   to.  Grand Union  I HEDLEY, B:C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  PftLA6E>'  Wvery, Feed & Sale Stables  HEDLEY, H. C.  II A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   1[ Orders for  promptly attended to.  Teaming  WOOD   FOB   S A L E!  'Phono U.   -   INNIS BROS.   Proprietors  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ������    ��������� ���������������     #     *      ������  JOHN JACKSONi Proprietor  Everything New and  F.irst-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention  paid  to   the   Table.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  "DRAW" and "CENTRE ST A11" Fractional  Mineral Claims,-situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of Vale District. Where  located:   Camp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that I, .Josiuh Graham. Free  Miner's Certilicate,No. 1$ liriOil. intend. (W  ���������days from tlie date hereof, to apply to the Mining Iteeorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant  ���������of the above claims. <���������  And Further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issu-  ���������ancc of sueli Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this I'Jtli day of .J line, A.D. 11)08.  '23-10 .JOSIAH GRAHAM.  ' The Misses Black, of Victoria.  are visiting Mrs. Whillans.  In coining up from Keremeos  on Monday last, Mr Conn killed  a rattler that had eight rattles.  Sid Boone, inaster mechanic  for the Daly Reduction Go., returned on Tuesday from a three  weeks'holiday. ���������        ^  Geo. Bowernian came up,from  Kruger Mounrain last week and  spent Sunday witli his family in  Hedley.  J. Innis was successful in  lauding nearly all the horse-  racing events at Penticton on  Dominion Day.  John Sidward a raihvay navvy from No. 2 camp was fined  $50 and costs last week, for giving liqiior to, Indians.  Mrs. J. K. Fraser and baby,  returned on Tuesday from Okanagan, where Mrs. Fraser has  been visiting her mother for  the past four weeks.  , Mrs. W. J. Adams, of Vernon,  who has been visiting her sister  Mrs Geo. E. French, returned  home on Tuesday accompanied  by Mrs. French and the baby.  Harry Swan came down from  tlie Golden Zone on Saturday,  having completed the stamp  mill, which will start up about  the end of this week.  The Golden Zone stamp mill  is starting up , this week. A  crew of miners has been taken  up to get out the ore supply,  and everything is in readiness  for stead j'- run.  lie vs. A. H. Cameron and J.  Thurburu Conn exchanged pulpits on Sunday last, Mr. Cameron taking the service in  Princeton and Mr. Conn preaching in  Keremeos.  J, H. Kennedy chief engineer  of the V. V. & E., returned last  ,week with his party from  Princeton, having completed  the revision work which they  had in hand.  j Ledge Widens Out and Quality of Ore  ' Gets   Better.  Drifting is Vising pu.-hed both north  and south from the  lower  tunnel on  the main ledge of the Martin claim in  tlie. Pollock group.  The ledge, lias been I  widening in fine shape., in   both  diree- J  tions, showing that the tunnel had cut '  it at the narrowest part.  Both faces now have, five feet or-'l  more of excellent ore. Several samples i  .brought down show strong mineraliza- j  tion and free gold showing among the j  sulphides.  The Pollock is ready for a ten-stamp |  mill right now and the Great Northern ;  which touches the property on its wuy'j  up the river cannot get its vails laid I  any too soon.  There is a large amount,  of work to he done on the railway be.  tween Hedley and the. Pollock,  which  makes  it look as if the owners will  have to possess their souls in patience  for several months before tnV railway  "trains  lay   down  supplies  lor - thein  at  the  mine.  ���������  X  X  ���������  ���������  i  ���������  loe Gream  ...and...  CARD OF THANKS.  Mrs. Dovan requests the Gazette to  express her thanks to the ladies of  Hedlev for their kind sympathy towards her in her bereavement. The  masses of beautiful flowers sent are  gratefully acknowledged... She also  wishes to thank the Yale Mining Co.  for- their goodness in acceding to her  request. To the employees of the Yale  Mining Co. who assisted with such  tender concern, she is especially grateful; they all have her heartfelt thanks.  LOWERY REMARKS  t  Just what you require for  this hot weather.  We have a limited number  of them which we are clear  ing out at 20 Per Cent. Off  the regular prices.  If you want anything in  this line don't delay buying as  our supply will not last long.  FOR SALE.  FUKN1SHKD House on 'Lot 27, Hloolc 1. Daly  Avenue, at present owned und occupied  by T. Dickinson. House and furnishings in  .good condition: 1 rooms; all papered and painted. Water convenient. Cellar. Lot fenced.  A SXAP at ������550.00. 31-2  Tenders  Wanted.  TF.N'DKUS for clearing school grounds will  be received by the undersigned.   Fuller  particulars on applying to the secretary.  S. Ii. SM ITU,  ���������25-1 Sec'y School Hoard.  ���������a ��������� st  st  tf  st  st  I  1  I  I  'I  5  s  3  tf  i  tf  i  i  i  /e'p  R      ;  LI.'        !  '  ������*E���������S!   ���������  Ml IS;  ffll  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing more bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Tabic and  bar   first - class.    Kates   moderate.  'X JOHN LIND,  Proprietor S  < tf  Mr. E. W. Barrett, real estate  agent, who spent a week in  Hedley, assisted by Messrs  Hooper and Bindon,' disposed  of some Coast real estate. The  lots he had for sale adjoined  the city limits of New Westminster.  CM. Shaw P. L. S., of Greenwood, was in Hedley ori Friday  last on his way to the Skagit to  survey some timber limits. The  work will take him about six  weeks. Mr. Shaw has permanent work with the Kettle River  Irrigation Co. His ankle which  was injured iii the accident of  three years ago at Voigt's camp  still troubles him.  For plain sewing, repairing and icu-  qViiting gentlemen's clothing, try Miss  Elliott, Kingston Ave.  The non-arrival of any coast papers  on Saturday night's mail wasgthe occasion for much strong kicking. The  coast papers of Thursday July 2nd  reached Hedley six days old, which is  decidedly worse than when there was  only a tri-weekly service.  Mr. A. D. Broonifield, of Westbridge  was in town on Sunday on his way  back from Princeton, where he had  spent a week or more with his partner  W. Garrison. With the. changes they  have made in their premises in Princeton, they now have the finest livery  barn to he found in the valley or for a  considerable distance on either side.     j  Walker's Weekly is the name of the  lively publication which H. M. Walker j  has recently started in Enderby to  take the place of his old publication,  the Edenograph, afterwards sold by  him and removed to Salmon Arm by  the purchasers. Walker's Weekly is  well written, artistically printed, and  if the business people of Enderby continue to support it as they are doing  at present, they will show the outside  public that the town is some good yet,  even if one paper had been starved  out.  Mrs. Doran has the sympathy of the  entire, community in this second great  bereavement she has sustained in the  death of her child, which occurred on  .July 1st at Bradshaw's. The little one  was ill for about a week of cholera  infantum. The remains were interred  in the Nickel Plate cemetery, the funeral cortege going up the mountain on  the gravity tramway, it was in this  cemetery that Mrs. Doran's husband  was buried about two vears ago.  Nickel people are out of place in a  dollar town.  If you would be fat or thin, eat less  and work more.  The world judges a town by the ads.  in its local paper. j  Many a chicken coop has felt the  weight   of the black hand.  Vegetarians have no fear of the  meat trust in the United States.  At the present time there is a, strong  competition between the man who  rocks the boat and the boy who  doesn't kmiw the gun is loaded. The  chap who breaks through the thin ice  has gone off shift for a short time,  and the Rube who blows out the gas  is not much in evidence during the  open window season. The man who  drinks poison by mistake, and the  one who falls off a, train are still furnish ing a few items for the papers and  helping to keep the coffin factories  from closing down. Then there is the  missed hole route, and the oven method of thawing powder. Fools make  a heap of business for coroners, doctors and undertakers.  Siiatfords, Limited  ttediey & Fairview  General Merchants  ���������  ���������..,���������.  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  *������������������'���������  ���������  ������������������������������������'  ���������  ���������  ��������� ���������.-'������������������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������.������������������������������������-  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������������������������������������������������  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE ������, REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  TENACITY.  Bull-dog Brown is of theY impression  that the Pollock is not theonly pebble  on the beach across the river. "With  hull-dog tenacity he has stuck to ;his  Bull-dog mineral claim, which he is  confident -will give, him a bull-dog grip  on Dame Fortune. His proximity to  the Pollock puts him in good company  and there would be nothing strange at  all if he should light on something  good one of these days.       mt     DIED.  POUAN.���������At Iliiulshaw's Hotel, Fifteen Mile  Crock, on Wednesday, .July 1st, William  ICerr, only son of Klizaheth Doran.   aged  one year and nine months.  $ %  J ---  WHEN YrOTJ HANKER FOB   ��������� 5  8 |  I   Fresh Beef,     Ptork or Mutton   I  at M  *   Cured Meats,    Fish or Poultry   f  I  I  CALL UP PHONE INo. S  AND TELL YOUR WANTS TO  SL J0 E������M������im  IB Itoteta9  %  **%*WaVite*VK9\*lH*WW^  f\T  J. ft. NESB11T.S  PE,NTI6T0N  ,it;sT RrccuiVKi.)���������  A lot of up-to-date  DEMOCRATS,  BUGGrES, RO*AD  CARTS &c, HARNESS of All Kinds,  HOBBLES ivr., oic.  Aokncy Fou���������  Mccormick axd  deer1ng goods  plows,  spray  PUMPS, &c, &c.  Prices    Rigrit!  THE MODEL  LIVERY, FEED  AND   SftLE  STABLE,   ���������Princeton, B.6. :���������  The Undersigned have started business in their commodious  premises on Bridge St., with a fine stock of horses and rigs.  Fashionable Rigs. Safe and Prompt Service. Any Size  of Load Handled.     Horses Boarded by the Hay or Week.  BR00MF1ELD & GARRISON, FTODS.  J  F"airlbetnI<s-yV\orse^  PUMPING PLANT  POR    1RR1GAT1  If you want one this season, remember'that we have,  supplied most of the successful irrigating outfits on  the western continent.  Take no chances and save money.  We will install your plant under a. definite guarantee.  Write us now and give us time to do it.  Canadian Fairbanks Co., Ltcl-  MONTREAL  Vancouver-, O. C  TORONTO WINXIV KG  wmmmnammmmtmammmmammm  CALGARY THE  HEDLEY  GAZETTE,  JULY   9,   1908.  STARTLED CARLYLE.  ������-iow ChurleM Godfrey I/eland Bronfirht  the Cynic to  Ht������  Sense*.  Charles Godfrey Leland said that on  his first meeting with Carlyle the wise  man showed himself in a. somewhat  cynical frame of mind, from which he  was aroused only by a bit of wholesome opposition.  "And what kind of an American may  you be���������German or Irish or what?"  Carlyle asked.  "Since it interests you, Mr. Carlyle,"  replied Lclaml, "to know the origin of  my family I may say that I am de-  sqended from Henry Leland, a noted  Puritan, who went to America in 1G36."  "I doubt whether any of your family  have since been equal to your old Puritan great-grandfather," growled Carlyle, and this, combined with some  slurring remarks which be had previously thrown out in regard to America and, her history, roused Leland's  spirit.  "Mr. Carlyle," he said deliberately, ���������'!  think that my brother, Henry Leland,  who got the wound from which he  died standing by my side in the War of  the rebellion, was worth ten of my  old Puritan ancestors. At least he  died in a ten times better cause. And  allow me to say. Mr. Carlyle.; that I  think in all matters of historical criticism you are principally-influenced by.  the merely melodramatic.and theatrical."  Carlyle looked utterly amazed and  startled, though.not at all angry.  ."Wliot's tliot ye sayV" he cried in  broad Scotch..  Mr. Leland repeated the remark. A  grim sm.ile as of admiration came over,  tlie stem old face. It was with a deeply  reflective- and not displeased air that'  he replied, still in Scotch.,  "Na,' na. I'm. nac thot," he said. And  ho  dropped  into a  milder-strain and  made tho interview an. occasion to be,  treasured long in memory..  Is  A  IN HEDLEY  ��������� . ��������� ���������   ... 'i   .-���������'������������������. ���������  i  And  Will  Make  Money  is tlie supply point for the Nickel Plate mountain, on which ,is situated the famous $' Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canaxhv^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 ro.-wl,  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.  .... 1 fcHvi'i^"..  1-3 Cash; balance in 3  and 6 months, with  interest' at the rate  of 6 per cent.  AN   ELECTION  TRICK.  One  Sample o������ tlie DoilRcs to Whlcli  They  Resort  In   EnprlundL  Canon .1. George Tetley tells the following story of the lute Justice Den-  man, who in ISGo ran for election at  Tiverton, in England. lie was advertised to address the electors on a certain morning. In order to fulfill his  engagement it wa������ necessary for him  to leave by the 9:15 express; He had  taken the precaution of ordering a cab  overnight and was quietly eating an  early breakfast when attention was  called to two or three men who seemed  to be hanging about in the neighborhood of his house. He thought little,  however, of the matter, but presently  sent his servant to put his luggage on  the cab, which was due to arrive. The  cab approached the door, but before  the portmanteau could be located one  of the mysterious strangers jumped in  and was driven rapidly away.  And when this happened a second  time it became evident that something  very definite was intended. So Mr.  Denman consulted his watch, and, directing his luggage to be sent after  him, he buttoned his coat and, calling  to his aid all his old Cambridge training, took a bee line for the station. He  met not one empty cab till too near the  terminus to be of any service to him'.  He dashed through the "booking office" on to the platform, seized the han-  dle~ of a carriage door as the train was  actually starting and flung himself into  a compartment.  On arriving at Tiverton he found his  committee in a slate of extreme anxiety which gave place to astonishment  and relief on his appearance, for the  walls of the town were covered with  placards warning the Liberal electors  that their candidate would not keep  his engagement to address them.  For Those Who  Invest Now.  =Purchase a few Lets before the Railway Comes===  For F^ull Particulars, Maps Etc.,  -APPLY   TO ���������  The Hedley City Townsite Go'y, Ltd.  HEDLEY, B.C.  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the 'weelc  ending July i-:  AT THE MINE.  Maximum  Go  6S  00  SO  72  (57  07  Average maximum temperature 68.  Average minimum do 37.  Mean temperature 52.50  Rainfall for the weelc     .1   inches.  Snowfall       "       " .0.  COKKKSl'OXDING WKEK OK LAST VEAK    '"'  Highest maximum temperature 70  NOTICE.  .Tune2S  X)  30  .Tulv  1  2  3  4  Minimum  25  36  42  80  42  34  41  Certificate. of Improvements.  MIDDAY Fractional Mineral Claim, situated  in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: In Camp Hedley.  TAKE XOTICK tliat 1.1<\ W. Groves, acting-  as agent for tlie Vale Mining' Co., free  miner's certificate Xo. 79033, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certilicate of-Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim. _  And Further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of May, 1908.  22-10  F. W. GROVES.  s 5  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   BIC.  THIS HOUSE HAS RECENTLY BEEN RENOVATED  AND REMODELLED, AND IS NOW IN FIRST  CLASS ORDER.    WHITE HELP ONLY.  Average maximum           do  Lowest minimum             do  Average  Men n  minimum           do  do  AT THE MILL.  June2S  2!)  80  Maximnni  70  ..'    ���������     90  93  NOTICE.  Virtnew, ot tlie Swiss.  I did not meet a tramp, encounter a  beggar or a person the least intoxicated during my stay iir Switzerland. Of  how few countries in Europe or America can this be truthfully said. There  may be a small percentage of drunkenness, but if it exists it is kept out of  sight. A thriftier, cleaner, more wholesome body of people, who carefully observe sanitary laws in their homes, 1  have never met in my various travels.  They are as tidy and neat as the housewives of Holland or the Pennsylvania  Quakers. No wonder Switzerland is a  prosperous country. It owes much of  its good fortune to the practical intelligence of its law abiding citizens.���������  London Caterer.  80           ..          93  .Tulv .1             .          ���������    .   ..  '    o           ..            36  55  53  3 ..          ���������        ..  4 ..          ���������  51  4(5  Average maximum tempen  tu  re ���������.  Average minimum.          do  88.  Mean                                     do  ���������.  Rainfall for the week    .03  int  dies  COKIIKSrONDING   WKIOIC OK LAST  VKAIl  Highest maximum temperature S2.  Average           do               do  70.  Lowest minimum             do  44.  Average           do               do  47.35  Mean              ...                     do  61.02  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  UNION* Fractional and NORTHERN LIGHT  Fractional Mineral Claims, situate in tlie  Similkameen Mining Division of Yale District Wlicrc located: In Gump Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. W. Groves, acting  as agent for Horatio .1. Duffy, Free Miner s  Certificate No. B 5515; Frank Tarrant, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 5508. and George Wilkinson, Free Miner's Certificate'No. B , intend, .sixty days from the date liereof, toapply  to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants for tlie above claims.        ,  And further take notice tliat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements. ,  Dated this 12th day of May. V.M.  10-10 F. VV. GROVES.  NOTICE.  Iin nil Oats.  Dealer���������Here is. a cigar that is all  right for tlie money. We sell it seven  for a quarter.  Customer���������Well, that is a good many.  "Yes, but you don't have to smoke  them, you know."  "Oh, I didn't think of that! You  may give me a quarter's worth. They'll  be handy to treat my friends with."  Certificate of Improvements.  "I*. S." Mineral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of Yale District. Where  located:   Camp Hedley.  'T'AKE NOTICE that T, Chas. deBlois Green,  ���������������������������*��������� Free Miner's Certificate No. Rl!)252. intend  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate or Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  (���������rant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section ;i7, must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this (itli day of July, A. D. 11108.  C. I)kB. GREEN.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  DlSTlSICT OK  VAI.K.  TA ICE NOTICE that Llewellyn Bullock-Web-  ������������������������     ster. of London, Eug.. occupation���������gentleman, intends to apnly for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the X. W.  corner of Lot 251)1. thence north 10 cliains,  thence east 10 chains, tlience south 10 chains,  thence west 10 chains to tlie point of commencement, containing 100 acres, more or less.  (Sgd) Li.Kwi-a.i.v.v IJl-m.ock-\Vki������stku,  Hy his agent, .1. Robert Fraser, Captain.  June 10th, 11X18. 2:5-10  A CHOICE STOCK OF THE BEST LIQUORS & CIGARS  |    McArthur <������> Guii\ey,   *   -   Proprietors  x   . , .  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, Tianager.  First* Class in Every Kespect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower. Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Stage. Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  NOTICE.  20-10  NOTICE.  Too  ScnsiMc To  Give Vv.  "Will you promise," she anxiously  asked, "not to do anything desperate  if I say it can never he?"  "Yes." lie replied. "I think a man's  a fool who goes to tho bad because a  girl refuse.-, to love him."  "Then   J.   will   be    yours."  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTUICT.  DlSTlUCT OF  Vai.h.  TAKE NOTICE tlmt Violet Bullock-Webster,  of London. Eiitf., occupation ��������� , intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands :���������  C'oiiiliienciiiK at a. post planted at the S. W.  corner of Lot 2531, thence south 10 chains,  tlience cast 10 chains, thence north ID chains,  tlic-ncc west III cliains to tho point of commencement, containing Jul! acres, more or less.  CSKd) Vror.KT Hi-i.i.oci-c-Wkuhtku,  liy licr njfent, J. Jtobcrl Frnwor, Captain.  June 10th. ions. 2.1-10*  'SIMILKAMEEN JjANI) DISTRICT.  DisTiuc-r ov Yalk.  'TAKE NOTICE that H. G. Sidley, of Sidley,  *      occupation���������rancher, intends toapply for  permission to purchase the following described  lands :���������  ComincneinK jit a post planted on the south  bank of Midi'Crook: thence west 10 chains:  thence north 20 chains; thence oast 10chains;  thence south 20 chains to point of commencement, eontitinintr 80 acres, more or less.  K. G. SIDLKV.  April 27th. loos.  18-10  FOR  Commercial Print I no  TRY THE  Gazette dob De-pt.  triol BrberP&Hbhe fides prove \\ 'fipi*^  3E1T15M COLUMBIA  ������W<ffiAVflV<& C&.^  fanow4,jJ.C  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE!


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