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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. [.  No. 28.  ;HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1905.  .$2.00, in Advance.  Methodist Church.,  IlKDI.liV,   H.C.  Sunday-School at 3 o'clock. ,  Evening Service at'7:H0 o'eliicl:. "   ���������'  Everybody  welcome.  L. THeWlAS.'j'ASTon.  (JHARLES flE. SHM J\  , -Civil Exgixkeb,  |{    ',"      '    DOMIXTOxV AND    ���������PROVINCIAL  : LAND  SuilVEYOIt.     ���������' -      ,  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  ���������HEDLEY,       :       :     .:       :  B. G.  D GORISTINfc, V. S.  Consultixc   ;.  ��������� 'Yktkuixarian  ,       , OSOYOOS. B.C.  Advice and prescription by mail, $1.00.  JAS. HISLOP, r ���������"  } Civil Enginklti .  Provincial Land Surveyor  1 3W" Leave ordeis at'Gazette Office.  ������ * ���������    -HEDLEY, B. C.  Edw. G. Warren  ; Electrical Engineer and  Cbntratfior  ESTI���������r.VT_S FUHXISHED OS AXY ElEO  TIMCAL PliO.JEC'T FOlt P()\VEB ejK LlG-UT  MANSON WINS      '  ���������JULBEMI  Billy  Mcliiiies'  Constituency  Goes Government.  LET TO KEREMEOS  Contract   Awarded    to  'Welch and Stewart.  Pat  THE ADJOURNED  u  THE MAJORITY-IS OVER 66  u'ORK.'ioisEfrix Shortly  OLIVER & GLADDEN  -UK-  Riding- Filled With Grit Workers.-Ralph  Smith and Sloan Take a ,Hand With  John Oliver and McDonald.���������3 Polls  to Hear From Which Will Increase  the Majority.   ��������� ���������     *  IL S. CAYLEY,   -���������  13A11 ULSTER AND. S0LI61T0R,  Hedley, B. C.  Civil & Mining Engineers  :e>:-  ./VIUNIS2S and  REAL   ESSTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  WINKLER & MOHR *  Penticton 'and Princeton  Real Estate and Mining Brokers.  1  Correspondence  Solicited   from   Those Having  ' Property to Sell.  R Ii. ROGERS,  ALA   ' 13  .L.  -SOL IC[TOR, CON YE VANC _ li,  NOTAHV PUBLIC. ETC.  Yeiinon, - B, ,G.  -GILLESPIE'.'-: MSLflM  REAL  ESTATE  -xyn~'     -   .    -.'���������  SB ireo SVC E. R.S  Tlie Pioneer carriage  and  Repair Siiop  nEDlEY,     ���������      ���������      B.6.  ���������    Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of Blacksmithing elone.    :    :  GEO. ft. SPR0.ULE,-  Proprietor.  Insurance Agents, Conveyancers, Etc.  ��������� Next "to Post OiHce.' JIEDLE Y. !.V. C. '  C. P. RAILWAY TOWN  -:Oi-  'Will be in the Market in a few weeks.  CiJ'''Vr'*'V*A������/^>r-'*'\jV*A/^^  I. JfiS:  lA/ati; Jh m __ Ik.*-*- *r  ��������� ���������'���������   HEDLEY, B.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  NICKEL .:_=-LAXE  Barber Shop  Alex. F. McDonald  ft   fl.  Boot and  RIGHT  toe Maker  HEDB-E-V, 13. C  Mm Meat Market.  FRESti AND CURED MEATS  Wholesale ami Ketiiil.  HAVE  YOU  TRIED  LOVE'S  PERUVIAN  TONIC ?  _ ������������,���������. .���������  JOHNLOVE,  Druggist. (__>  SLationer,  HEDLEY & FAIRVIEW  .Tohn Oliver's jeremiads anel leader  McDonald's phillipics failed to AA*ard off  dcleat-for the luc-kless Liberal who aspired to walk in Billy 3Jclnties' shoes  in .Alberni. Ralph Smith anel Sleian  came all the way from Ottawa to swell  the remt. It evidently looks as if .all  these august representatives of Liberalism must recognize the fact that Billy  McJnnes is "It,*' for he won the scat  in 1908 by a majority of nearly threie  to fine*.  (Xc Wb-Ael vcrtisor)  The Goverinnent can'didate. Mr.  William Manson, is evidently elccteel  by a-satisfactory majority in Alberni.  Though the returns from the constituency are not quite complete, those'  received are ample to indicate a substantial victory over the Opposition  nominee, Mr. Hugh Aitkou. ' The following an\thi'details-iip to the1 time  of going to priv-s :  Alberni   Bainfleld   Wellington   Much Activity at Midway.���������Scarcity  Of  1      Men���������A Spur  For Hedley.  lUA.VSO.W     AlTICKX  Parksville    New Alberni '.......  Clayoquot   Nanoose   Texada '. ;../....'.'..���������..'.-. .V  Clayoquot Cannery   Ucllllet .    :,.:'.... :...;..::.  "Happy John" mine, Alberni  Canal................   .  Uchiicklesit   9  (51  29  11  12  7  ���������30  6  30  3  41  17  ��������� -8  10  9  20  17  9  8  S  252     ISO  Majority for Manson,  Conservative,  (incomplete) 60.  This leaA-es only Cape Scott, Deer  Creek and Quatsin'o to be heard from,  which places are not- likely to materially alter the result, if they'dp not increase Mr. If a'nson's majority.  The letting of the contract to build  from the boundary line' northwaril to  Kere-meeis, and evidence that the work  was to begin shortly was welcome news  this week. Pat Welch anel his partner  Stewart Avere the lucky ones to obtain  the contract, anel in all probability not  many Aveeks will pas.-, until active- u ork  will begin in the Siiuilkameen.  At 11 ill way the're has been witnessed  for weeks past, a gathering of the  clans. .Chief Engineer Xe'imedy and  others of his engineering stall' have  taken houses there for IS months, for  with the building .of the'. Givenwe>od  branch up -Boijndary creek and the  forwarding eif supplies and mateiial  that will belaicUlown in Midway when  the track is completed there from Curlew, will make that a storm centre for  many inonths'to coine.' Nolan empty  house' is now to be'hael there.  The scarcity eif men is at present a  great hindrance, but the end of harvest should help matters out..  ���������The C. P. R. Avill give active opposition in disputing the-right of way  whei ewer thc-y can.' For ibis reason  the reiad between he're- anel Kere.'ineos  will be acioss the river, but Hedley  will be accoiumodati'd with ;i spur  crossiyg the river anel running intei the  town. .In,this way our interests will  not"suft'ei!, tor eA-ery scheduled train  Avill be backed in to a station on this  side. ���������'.'������������������'  Goes KiU'tlicr iuto tho Matter  of Fire Protection.  PERMANENT COMTTEE APPOINTED  To be Known' as Fire, Water and Light  .Committee- Reports    Received.���������A.  .    Committee Appointed for Labor Day  Celebration.���������The Question cf Cemeteries.  The aeljourned public meeting av.-is  held on Monday evening last. Chairman IT. Fi'aser i>iv.>i<Ie-d, and in the absence of the si'ci'etary who olTiciate->d  at the foinier nieefii'g A. llegiaw was.  appeiinte'd tei act.  After.reaeling and disjios.-il of minutes-the chairman, who was a member  of the committee to confer with M. K.  Kndger*  HEAVY WINDSTORM  JAPAN'S ARMY ACTIVE  Force  is  Distributed  in   the  Form of an Immense  Sickle.  Blows Down F. Fraser's New Building.  .    Narrow Escape, of Workmen From  . Sudden Death.���������Two Injured.      ,'  NOGI HAS 80 BATTALIOXS  Chinese in Emperor's Service are in the  Centre of the Sickle, Screened by  Cavalry.  ;. RICHTER k CO.  Mr. J. WYNNE,  Manager  I m. a b. Lyon  Hi  '\ii  Hi  Hi  ���������3-2-_fe_:S-:  $ DKY GOODS  FANCY GOODS  ?< ^fefee-&-������&e&tefe&e'fe*&*fe'������&&e&&**^  m  m  (������  m  m  m  m  General Store  KEREmEOS,      -        B.C.  _  ;���������*  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  BOOTS & SHOES  Millinery in Latest Styles  ���������jVoknts fou���������  MASON <g_ RISCH Pianos.  Butterick Patterns  HEDLEY,        -        -        B. C.  ^:-i:_:_:_99:_9'_'_:_:_'*_*:-<i:-9.-9aa:*93^  A Large and Entirely  Ne^Y Stock of General   Merchandise  Just Opened.  Prices   Reasonable.  Give Us a Call!  NOTICE.  JIv.  I-'UASKK, of tho   Commercial Hotol,  ���������  Hcelley, intoneln to apply to tho Licence  Coinmissloiiei-s for tho Nicola District for  poiiniHsion tottiinsfcr lii.s hotel licence to H.W.  Yates.  Dated Heelicy. .Inly 17tli, 1H0;*5.  27-1 .T. K. KliASKH.  Lrieliapupdze, Manchuria. July 2.3���������  The Japanese armie\s at pi esemt occupy  the position of an inunemse sickle', Avitli  the hanellc reaching from a few miles  south of Liaoyanganel passing through  Ohant."fu, the blade circling northward  toward Kirin, with the- tip on the*  Kore'an coast senith of Possiet bay. It  is estimated that General Nogi has SO  battalions, tiuneral Oku 00, General  Nod/,11 30, Geni-ral Kuroki 100. General  Kamamura 90 and General Hasegwa  "120, the- battalions averaging lOOOmen,  which makes the numerical strength  e>f the Japanese 550,000 bayonets, 'with  2000 field anel mountain guns and  about 100 siege guns.  The Japaneso extreme left is guarded  by General Tannua's cavalry division.  The Chinese in the Japanese sen-vice  are in the e;entre, screemed by cavalry  under the command of Gem. Okihara.  The rains this year have been less  heavy than usual, anel it Avill be possible to begin operations sooner 'than  was expected.  Japanese cruise-rs are making demonstrations along the coast in the rear e>f  the Russian forces in Korea, evidently  intent on facilitating the advance of  General Hasegvva's force by menacing  the Russian line of communications.  "On Friday afternoon  Hedley had' a  most peculiar visitatiem  in   the shape  e)f a sudden squall, Avhich seemed le.lcal  in its application but sudelen  and: terrific in its effect.    The  day had  been  ���������intensely hot,  but in   the.   afternoon  signs of a rainstorm became! .apparent  tand for a minute, or..so very large drops  fell.    Shortly after .this a whirlwind  that apparently had been   hatched  by  cross-currents up in  Twenty-mile canyon came sweeping towtu-eLs  the  new  two storey building  being erected  by  F. Fraser, on winch five hieir were* at  work.  J. K. Frase>r\vas working alone']  on the  lower floor:   Fred  Kurtz anel |  Win. Arnott were   .vorking  upstairs, I  but the; feirmer hael gone, for a   pail   of  wate>r and was clear  of  the   building,  while F. Fraser anil J. D. .Brass were*  on the roof.    The are-a  of elisturbance  seemed narrow���������possibly not  as  wide  as the building itself, and it seemeel to  strike the upper storey of the- building  with greater force than anywhere' else.  There were Avindows on the- north side  from which the wind was coming, but  none- on the eipposite  siele-.    Those-  em  the-  roeif felt  the   building  lift,   after  which the' siele force of the'  winel  car-  asked Mr. French to lepent.  which h(\ did. The ceunmiltee had  Availed on Mr. Reidgcrs. who said that  fen- fiie protection, liie plugs would be  put in at (ini-o, to serve until hydrants  could be see-urcd, and connection*  Avould be made by Avhich a four ine-ii  pipe would ceniuect Qu\ penstock with  the wnte-r main.-, anil tint.-, assure tunple  pressme fur use at fires. He- would  also be prepared to provide a certain  amount of fire hose- for the use of a  local fire company, and in case- of iiie  would allow them to have- the use of  any amount of hose that might be  required.  Moved by W. A. McLean anel J. Love-  that the report be -lycoive'tl and the*  committce'dischargoel;    Carried.  Moved by Mr, Love and seconded by  R.S. Collin, that a permanent fire, wa-',  ten- and light cenninittee lie appointed.  Moved by A. Megrawand R.-S. Collin  -.that .this committee cenisist erf  Messrs.  Frase^r,'French, Boeing.   McLean  and.  Brass.    Carried.  The chairman brought to the attention bf the meeting, tlie matter of taking steps to'.obtain a public ���������cemetery.  When the co'nnnittee waited em Mr.  Rpdgers he said that a suitable site  could'be procureel on some ground up  the river, l-eceintly purchased from  Frank Bailey.  ��������� Mr. Hay lies stateel that he had been  informed,by Mr. Lainbly that any laud  required for either a 'burying- groimel  or a duinpinggrouuelecmlelbe obtained  from'the' reservation free of cost.  Moved by "W. A. McLean, secenideei  by J. D. Brass, that Me-ssrs. Shier.  MncHaffie, Le>ve. Collins and Oliver be  a committee, with power to add to  their numbers^ to make all arrangements for a celebration on Labor Day.  I Carried.  I The chairman again re-ferred to the  j offer of the orchestra to get up a promenade concert on the evening of Labor Day with a dance at the end. and  donate 00 per cent, of the preice-eds to  the heispital fiinel. The- e-one-i-nsus of  opinion was that the- offer was a liberal  one anel should be ae-ceptt-il.  It is now up to the committee te> dig-  in and get up a celebration that will  do credit to the town. The matter is  wholly in their hnnds.anil the-re- is no  disposition on the part of anyone te>  dictate to them. The main thing is  organization, for without sue-h it Will  be useless to expect that things will ���������������(>  along smoothlv.    Lverv detail   should  .   ,   ,        ,,,.,,. , ,   . be proviileel for. because   in   Unit   wav  rieel the whole buililing  te>   the  south | <)Uiv t..m tilt. IckU.^-v t��������� drag be-  Judge Leainy is a very sick man,  and his friends fear that he may not  recover.  and evidently the jar  proeluced   when  the weight again came on the'  ground  snappeel   the;   stueleling   of the  lower  storey below where it  Avas joined  to  the  upper  floor,   allowing   the  upper j  storey   to   swing   southward   a little i  moie than the length of the leiwe-r stud- j  eling.    Those on the roof,   by  holding [  em to the stueleling,  managed  to  ride* j  flown with the upper storey anel escape j  injury, but J. K. Fraser was found  in  the Avi-eck pinneel down  between  the  floor of the upper storey and the lower  floor half his body hanging over  the  south wall.    Mr. Arnott was  thrown  against the south Avail,  being stunned  by the! blow.    A crowd of men  were  instantly em the scene anel lost no time  in recovering  them  from  the  wreck.  Unfortunately    none   of the doctors  Avere on hand at the time,.Dr. McEwen  being at Keremeos and  Dr. Whillans  up at the mine, but the latter was on  hand in a very short time.   A badly  sprained ankle was found to have been  the worst feature of Mr. Arnott's injury, while J. K. Fraser had a  rather  bad cut in the heael, a slight  fracture  e>f the skull, and a very sore back, but  he has been able to go about since'.  A-ented. If there is to be horse racing  let a good live committi'i- of horsey  men, who thoreuighly unde-rstnnel turf  rules, be intrusted with pulling' it off.  anel so also with all the other sports.  PROVIDENCE  CASE   DECIDED.  Judgment Given in Favor of M. F.  Maden, of Chicago.  There has been an  interesting  time-  in the Boundary over the  Providence-  mine.     A   fight     ensued        between  Chicagoans. headed by M. F.   Madden  and local    capitalists   in     Greemvooel  among Avhom Avert* D.  Mcintosh anel  W. M. Law, for   the   control   of   the-  mine, The Chicagoans  clainu'd to hold  51 percent of the stock, but the Greenwood, crowd tried to overturn this  by  purchasing   aneither   claim,  the Diamond, feu- which  they  paid,  claiming-  to do se> em   behalf   of   the* company.  The matter was up for hearing in Nelson last week . before- Justice   living,  who decided in favor of Maelelen  anel  his associates.    Justice   Irving    holds  that the meeting of June 12 in Greenwooel Avas clandestine.    He holds that  the purchase of the machinery is gooel,  but that the purchase of the Diamond  faction is' invalid. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY 27, 1905.  <Tbc Mey Oazctte  and  " Similkameen Advertiser.  ssued on Thursdays, by the IlKni.BY Gazette  PRINTING AND PlTUMSIIING COMPANV.  LiMirKU.  at Heilley. B. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year ,.: .S2.00  Six Months '   1-00  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to the inch.'  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  ineli, ������1.00 for one insertion. 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion. (Ivor one inch,  10 cents per line for (ii-st insertion and 5  edits per lino for each siibsceiucnt insertion.  Transients payable in 'advance.  Land Notices���������OertHU-ntes of improvement etc.,  ������7.00 for GO-day notices, and S.i.OO for 30-day  notices, v,  (Contract Advertisements-One ineli per month,  ������1-25; over 1 inch and up to I inches, .$1.00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  i charges, based on si-/.e of. space and length  of time.'  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, .without any extra  charge. For changes often or than once a month  the price of composition will be charged at  regular rates. ' , .,  ���������''Changes for contract ���������advertisements should'  be in the office by noon on'Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A   MEORAW,  Managing Editor.  !     Canada holds the record  for  ! fastest time across the eontin-  jettt..   The Imperial Limited of  I the Canadian Pacific Railway,  {now. does its 3000 miles from the  j Atlantic to the Pacific in 96 hrs.,  ��������� a feat'asyefc unattained by any  j railway in the United States, and  noAv the management announce  from  Montreal -that with, the  improvements which have been  under way for several years and  i which   will   be  completed  this  year, in the   way  of lessening;  grades and curvatures and  improving the road bed'.generally,  they will in .1900 cut 20  hours  off that and  make  the  run   of  3000 miles in 76 hours.  NOTICE.  Xow Moon  2nd.  First fjuar.  nth.  @  Full Moon  Mtith.  Last eiuar.  24th.  1005  JULY  1905  Sun. Mori.  Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  -  1  2      3  4      .5       0  '7    . 8 .  9     10  11      12     13  14     15  10     17  IS     lit     20  21     22  ' 23     24  25     26     27  2S     29  30     31  The resignation  of J.  Lbrrie  McDougall from the position of  auditor-general of Canada is a  circumstance  that should  furnish food for reflection  on the  part of the  thoughtful elector.  One of the  most commendable  acts of the late Hon. Alexander  MeKenzie   was    the audit act.  This act provided  for  the appointment ol'.an auditor-general  who should be  independent of  parliament itself   in  so  far as  his power to prevent the payment of monies  that had not  been authorised by parliament,  is concerned; and for thus exercising that  power,  even  if his  views in  the   discharge  of his  duties  should  run    counter to  the wishes of the whole  ministry, it was beyond their power  to dism ihS him.   The man chosen  by McKenzie to  exercise  such  great authority and trust way  his friend J. Lome  McDougall.  During the  eighteen  years of  Conservative mile,  while  there  may have been some minor cases  of friction between the auditor-  general and members, the ministry recognised and respected  both the office and the man who  held it, and there was never jury  clash: but when the Liberals returned to power in 1896, ravenous from  their  long   eighteen  years   of  enforced    abstinence  from boodle, woe unto the man  who would   dare  to  stand   between them and their prey.    In  a very short time  the auditor-  general was locked   horns with  various heads  of departments,  but for years he waged his little  war  in  silence, doing   faithful  work for his country as "watch  dog of the  treasury."     During  this time he saved large sums of  money to  the   country,  but at  length    the    differences    with  ministers broke  out into  open  quarrel.      The  auditor-general  insisted upon filling up that big  blue-book  e>f  his  with   a    full  statementof payments that ministers wanted to  have suppressed, and as  new wrinkles  and  pretexts were invented  to render his opposition ineffective,he  found it necessary to call  upon  parliament for assistance, which  he did, believing that the country would back him up.    A Liberal  majority at    Ottawa has  been his undoing and he retires  rather than be forced to  wage  the unequal .warfare  that for  years has been   wearing   him.  out. The retirement of J. Lome  McDougall is a- loss  to  Canada  and a lasting  disgrace  to the  present administration.  Two young men of Toronto  have lost their jobs because  they obeyed orders and attended the annual militia camp,  their employers lacking in that  spirit of patriotism which is prepared to sacrifice personal- convenience in the cause of public  duty. Exactly so. And that is  just ��������� the kind of thing that  must be attended to before we  have a militia act which shall  be worthy of the name. When  provision is made for-the training of the;, whole male population of the country, employers  such as" those mentioned should  be made to pay a fine equal in  amount to about five times the  wages of these young men when  attending the annual drill.        <  Certificate of Improvements.  "BULLION1," "EVENING STAB," "PRIDE"  and "GOLD HILL" Mineral Claims, situate  in the O^oyooa Mining- Division of Yale District. Where located: In Camp Hedley.  TAKE .NOTICE that I. K. VV. Groves, acting  as agent for John Groonhill, free minors  certificate No. BTSKiViS. L. O. Hcdlimd, free minor's certificate No. B7!'0!)4, and J. A. Schubert,  free miner's certilieate No. B79209, intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Uocorelor for a Certilieate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining -Crown grants of the  above claims.'.  And further take neitico that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this fith day of .1 uly. A.D. 1!K)5.  ���������Jo-!) F. W. GROVES.  NOTICE.  Certificate of improvements.-.  "STAR OF HOPE " and " ECLIPSE" Mineral  Claims, situate in the Oseisoos Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: Yuh-  cman Camp, l(i Mile-Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that L C. deB. Green, as  agent for F. Richter, F.M.C. No. B788SS, for  L. M. Lyon, F; M.-C. No. B/SSoT, and for James  McDougall, F. M. C. No. JJ7SSH0, intend, sixty  days from elate hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above claims. ' ,  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced boforetho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of June. A.D. 1905.  25-9 ;C. deB' GREEN, Agent.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby-given that, sixty days after  date, we intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to  purchase the following described lands, situate  near 15-Mile creek: Commen'cing at a post  planted on the easterly margin of Lot No. 1S71,  Group I, for the Osoyoos Division of-Yale District. 20 chains south of the north-east angle of  said Lot No. 1971. and marked "John McLean's  and Nigel B. E wart's N.AV. corner", thence east  ���������10 chains: thence south SO chains; thence west  ���������10 chains; thence north SO chains to the place of  beginning, containing .'$20 eicres, be the same'  more or less.  Hedley. B.C.. July loth, 1905.  JOHN McLEAN  28-9 NIGEL B. KWART  NOTICE.  SIXTY days after date  tlie Chief Cornmissioi  I intend to apply to  tier of Lands & Works  for permission to purchase320acrcsof mountain  land, situated in Similkameen Division of Yale  District; commencing at a post marked " Yeoman C. Kitley. south-east corner"; thence running SO chains north; thence 40 chains cast;  thence SO chains south; thence 40 chains west  to point of commencement.  Dated July 19." 1905.  2S-9 Y. C. KITLEY.  THE "GLENWOOD" FRACTIONAL Mineral  Claim,   situated in   the  Osoyoos   Mining  I       Division of Yale District.   Where located:  Camp Hedley. :  / .  TA KE NOTICE that I, Chas. de Blois Green,  as agent for M. K.Roelgers, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B79034, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a- Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  AND FURTHER take notice that action,  under section-371 must be commenced before the  issuance of such.Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this fith day of June, A.D. 1005.     u  24-9     ' C. deB. GREEN.  BRITISH  BANK OF  NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,8(56,666.  HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA,  H. STIKEMjVN, General Manager  Reserve���������$2,043,997.  MONTREAL  f. KLMSLY. Supt. of Branches  BANKING BY MAIL-Accounts  of on  special attention.' Deposits can be made through the mail, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any time. A General Banking Business Transacted.   Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  LHedley Branch,  L. G. flacHAFFlE, Acting Manager  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  THE "CLIMAX" and "I X L'. mineral claims,  situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division  of Yale District. Where located: Camp  Hedley.,  TAKE NOTICE that I. Chas. de Blois Green,  as agent for tlie Yale Mining Company,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B7'1033, intend,  sixty days from elate hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims.  AND FURTHER take notice that action, under section 37, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 6th day of June, A.D. 190a.  24-9 C*; deB. GREEN.  J. n. S6nU  iA/holes������tle������ -and Re tail  General     Merchant  Groceries  Hardware  Dry Goods  Flour and Feed  Gents' Furnishings  Sash and Doors  Boots and Shoes  Lumber and Shingles  I  Etc.,. Etc.  Stores���������HEDLEY and PEINTICTON.  &  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, Tlanager.  OIXTY  **���������*  the Chief Commissioner ofLands & Works  DAYS after date, I intenel to apply to  for permission to purchase SO acres of mountain land,'situated in Yale District and Yale  Division. Commencing at a postmarked F. R.,  N. E. corner: thence running north 40 chains,  west 20 chains, south 40 chains, anel cast 20  chains to point of common cement. This land  lies north of and joining Lot 151.  FRED RUSSELL  Peklev Russell, Agent.  Dated 14th June, 1905. 2S-.9  NOTICE  VTOTICE is hereby given that, (10 days  *���������* this date, I intend to apply to the  Chief   Commissioner  of  . anel  from  Hon.  Works  Lands    to purchase 320acres of mountain land, situate  on Wolf Creek 6 miles North of Voigt s Camp;  commencing at M. E. Young's initial or N. W.  corner; thence South SO chains; thence East 40  chains; thence North SO chains; thence West 10  chains to place of beginning.  Dated Voigt' Camp May 10th, 1(105.  M. E. YOUNG,  21--9 W. D. YOUNG, Agent.  NOTICE.  First Class in Every liespect.     Commercial and  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  ton-Princeton 'Stage Line.  Mining  KEREMEOS,  B. C.  SIXTY days after date, I intend applying to  ��������� the Chief Commissioner of Lands K: Works |  for permission to purchascij-Oacrcsof mountain  land situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale District, described as follows: Commencing at a  post on Chute Creek, about 8 miles' cast of Okanagan Lake; thence north SO chains; thence  east 40 chains; thence south SO chains; thence  west 40 chains to point of commencement.  Purpose for which rccriiirod: reservoir site.  L. W. SHATFORD,  per L. W. Finlav.  Penticton, B.C., June Sth, 190;->. 23-9  ^  NOTICE.  To make good bread you  must have good flour. If  you want the best bread  you must use the best  flour.  SIXTY- days after date, I intend applying to  the Chief Commissioirer ofLands & Works  for permission to purchase 320 acres of mountain  land situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale District, elescribod as follows: Commencing, at a  post on South Fork Of Penticton Creek about  15 miles cast of Okanagan Lake; thence north  40 chains; thence cast SO chains; thence south  40 chains; thence, west SO chains to point of  commencement. Purpose for which required:  reservoir site.  It. B. WHITE,  per L. W. Fin la a*.  Penticton, B.C., June 10th. 1905. 23-9  NOTICE.  SIXTY days afterdate, I intend applying to  the Chief Commissioner of Lauds <._ Works  for permission to purchase 240 acres of mountain hind situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale  District, described as follows: Commencing at  a post near lower one! of upper marsh on north  fork of Ellis Creek and about Hi miles east of  Penticton; thence north (10 chains; Ihonco east  40 chains; thence south 11(1 chains; thence west  ���������10 chains to point of commencement. Purpose  Cor which rceiuired : reservoir site  Dated June 2nd, 1005.  W. T. SHATFORD,  per F. H. Latimku.  23-9  NOTICE.  PATRONIZE  YOUR   HOME   MILLS  Ask  your grocer  for  Moffet's Best  tMltim'JMReratmut  and help us to help  British Columbia  by employing more men in our mills.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO., Ltd.  ENDERBY AND   VERNON, B. C.  ^=  J  Cawsteii ������ Edmend  WE MAKE  IS THE FINEST FLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  : FOR sale by:  W. T. SflflTFORD & 60.  iiedieij and Fairview  SIXTY days afterdate, I intend applying to  the Chief Commissioner'of Lands & Works  for permission to purchase 210 acres of mountain land situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale  District, described as follows: Cammcncingat  a post on west bunk of Crook (one mile north  of Camp Creek) about 7 miles east of Okanagan  Lake: thence north (10 chains; thence east 40  chains; thence south (_ chains; thence west 40  chains to point of commencement. Purpose  for which rceiuired : reservoir site.  B. A. SHATFORD,  per K II. Latimkk.  Dated June 17th, 1005. 23-9  NOTICE.  QIXTY DAYS after elate, I intend to apply to  '������-' tho Cli iof Commissioner of Lands & Works  for permission to purch.'isc'IGO acres of mountain  land, situated in Yale District and Vale Division; Commcnf-higiitii post marked P. ft., N.  W. corner, one mile east from Lot 152; running  40 chains oast, 40 chains south. 40 chains west,  and Jo (.-hums' north, to pomfcof commoncomcjifc.  This land is bounded on the south by the Tula-  meon rn or. . PEKLEY RUSSELL.  Dated 14th June, HJ05. 23-9  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  - FresH Meats   ������  2  ^_*_*j  AND  'lilt  ^3  AND  THEY  ST.  AjST) THE  IS fj&B  Never  V<LTr&o\nsvn to  F"_ail.  "We do not make  Thin Wall Safes.  HEDLEY,  B. C. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY 27, 1005.  Town and Distrkft.  Mrs. Hood of Penticton is visiting  Mends in  town.  L. Anderson, of the Nickel Plate  mine, has gone em a trip to the Portland Fair.  Dr. McEwen returned from Keremeos on Monday morning, where he  had a difficult case in hand.  ��������� Harry Atherton of Ather'ton's corner is a guest at the Hotel Similkameen.  The Palmer Mountain Tunnel (Jo. at  Loomis has been re-organized, and  work is to be- prosecuted shortly.  ��������� Mrs. Leiw of Keremeos, with her  "daughters, Mrs. Muirhead and Miss  Low, and her son Wl H. Low, were in  town last week.,  Fred Fine of the Oroville Gazette  has taken in with him for "partner,  Ben Thompson, formerly connected  with the Wenatehee Republic.  Some*, of the local foot-ballers are endeavoring to interest the youth of the  1 town in organizing a foot-ball club.  A foot-ball* match would work in very  Avell as a feature for Labor Day Celebration.  Mrs. Colbeck has notified the Hedley school trustees of her acceptance  of the school for another term. Her  physician has ordered a longer residence in the dry belt which has already proved so beneficial.  W. J.' Snodgrass has been visiting  in Greenwood, and judging from the  Times' reference to his views, the Okanagan is not likely to benefit very  'much bv the visit for apparently he  has taken his little hammer with him.  Nick Pickarcl has the Gazette's  thanks for a fine mess of bouncing big  potatoes grown this year in his garden  # near the mouth of Sterling creek. The  euphonious and expressive name  ; claimed by Nick for the species is  "Pat's Favorite."  Paul Johnson of Kitchikan, Alaska  is in town this week and yesterday  went up em the hill to examine some  properties. Smelters generally follow  where he goes, and it is hoped that  the situation in Hedley will appeal to  him in the right .way.  The Twentieth Century Beading  Room in the Methodist Church is open  every nsght and is supplied with the  latest papers and magazines which  may be taken advantage .of by anyone  who wishes to drop in and look them  over. The lending library contains  some very good books, and is free also.  J. H. Kennedy, Chief Engineer of  the Great Northern was in town on  Tuesday on his way to Princeton, Mr.  Kennedy expected to meet Mr. Baldwin who has been making a recon-  nais'ance to get over the Hope Mountains, Mr, Kennedy was accompanied  by Mr. Farley, an engineer who was  going up to assist in the work of laying out a route between Princeton and  the lower Eraser.  . Dr. White was taken ill on Saturday  on his way fromFairviewto Penticton,  and had to lay up at White lake. Dr.  McEwen, who was at Keremeos at the  time, was summoned but couldn't leave  his patient. A later message was sent  telling him not to come unless further  advice was received, and as none came  to hand before Dr. McEwen's return  to Hedley it is presumed that .Dr.  White's condition was improving.  One of the coolest spots in town during the hot spell is the Similkameen  Bottling Works. Their machinery  has been installed in the white log  building' in rear of Mrs. Lyon's store.  The place has 'been thoroughly renovated and whitewashed inside and out  until it smells sweet anel wholesome.  Tlie; water connections have been  made with the; waterworks which  brings in an abundant supply of water  for cleansing purposes and helps to  keep the place cool. Bottling is carried em anel a wide range of choice  soft elrinks of good Twenty Mile brew  charged with nectarine (Utilities is pro-  duceel.  The Gazette is in receipt of a couple  of samples of spring wheat from the  ranch of .L." A. Clark, Green Mountain brought in by M. McAuley. One  is a sample; of bald wheat anel the  other bearded. The bald wheat was a  little the taller, being 5 feet 8 inches  in length. Each of these samples,  grown from one kernel, had over one  hundred stems fully headed out, and  they would average about 75 grains to  each head. There is a whole field of  this grain that-would hide an ordinary  sized man, and it was grown without  irrigating. Mr. Clark is cutting it for  \vhe*at hay. On delivering the samples Mr. McAuley remarked that Mr.  Clark "would be a long time chasing  the; grass-hoppers in Kansas before he  could grow wheat like that'."  siclerable complaint is  heard  sides concerning certain menaces  i It is understood that only one tender  I was received for building the school-  house, and it has been .sent forward  to the department. Hedley builders  have all they can do this summer.  v Hedley is in a. sort of homeless condition these days so far as a place of  meeting for public gatherings is concerned. The accident to the new hall  made it necessary te> holel Monday  night's meeting in the open air.  Rev. A. J. Fowlie, of the Presbyterian mission at Hetlley and Princeton, held service here on Sunday evening in the large drawing room of Mr.  J. A. Schubert's residence, which Mr.'  and Mrs. Schubert kindly gave the  use of for the occasion. There was a  good turnout.  Mrs. Daly of New York, widow of  the late Marcus Daly and principal  owner in the Daly Reduction Company and Yale Mining Company, has  been expected in Hedley for the last  two weeks, baton Saturday evening  word was received that she had given  up tlie idea of paying the visit at this  time. Now that railway construction  has been assured, she will soon be able  to make the journey in a private car.  Those who are responsible for carry-*  ing out the provisions of the Public  Health Act would do well to take a  look about them these hot days.    Cem-  on all  to  public health that are existing jn town.  Better be a little strict in advance to  prevent the outbreak of fever or other  epedemic than to have to resort to  severer measures later on to correct  serious-disorders after some lives have  been lost.  Percy Godcnrath came in from Princeton on Saturday's stage and is doing  Hedley this week for the Colonist, and  gathering data for his forth coming  book which he purposes bringing out  in time for the Westminster Fair.  Mr. Godenrath is familiar with conditions in the Similkameen and his book  which will be largely a collection - of  historical romances of this and other,  parts of the interior of B.C., and which I  will be profusely illustrated," will be a  much sought after publication.  ' Thomas Taylor, M. P. P., of Revel-  stoke, - and Conservative whip is in  town this week in the interests of the  New York Life Insurance Co. and taking on a,cargo of good impressions of  the Similkameen. A happy man was  Mr. Taylor on Sunday forenoon when  he received a telegram from Hon. F.  J. Fulton, that Mr. Manson had been  elected in Alberni by sixty majority.  He and Mr. Shatford were happy beyond measure, and there was a temptation on the part of others to use a little dynamite. Mr. Taylor is an all-  round good fellow.  J. F. Royer, himself, brought in  the stage on Wednesday of last week  anel gave the quietus to the yarn that  he intended taking off the stage at  this end of the line. It is quite true  there is not as much travel between  Oro and Hedley as there was promise  of earlier in the summer, owing to the  fact that sufficient men cannot be  procured to carry on railway construction over the whole length, and. the  centre of activity in building this summer must be found somewhere between  Midway and Oro. Nevertheless, Mr.  Royer is not a quitter and the only  thing which will put his flyer out of  business on this route will be Jim  Hill's railroad itself.  F.  Mining  F. Ketchum is  Recorder  While the Ottawa authorities are at  their wits' ends te) find excuses for firing Tories, the Conservatives at Victoria don't mind appointing a Grit if  he is competent to do the work and  Ketchum is thoroughly qualified for  the job.  Marcus Daly, M. E. of New York,  son of the late Marcus Daly, arrived  in Hedley last week accompanied bv  Mr.Tas. AV. Cerrard of New York.  On Wednesday they left for Ashcroft.  Mr. Gerrai-d purposes returning to  New York, but Mr Daly will spend  meist of the fall and winter in the*  west, between Hedley, Ashcroft anel  Montana.  No time,was leist in dealing away  the wreckage of Fraser's new building  and the work, of rebuilding is going  ahead briskly. It was certainly a discouraging task, butFinlay maintained  a smiling countenance through it all,  evidently feeling too ge>od over the  fortunate escape of the others to brood  over the financial loss. It takes a good  stout tu in-turn te go to work again in  this shape to repair the leiss, but Canadians are not often found lacking in  the courage to grapple with the misfortunes which sometimes come to  test manhood.  ,  M. K. Rodgers' residence on Smelter  flat is nearing completion, and, for  modern up-to-date convenience will set  a pace for the whole Similkameen. The  building is not at all imposing in ap-.  pearance, being somewhat too squat to  attain showiness in effect, -but what it  may lack in this respect is more than  made up for in many. ways. A cosy  effect at all events is lent to the appearance, and the internal arrangements leave little to be desired. The  building is 3-1x36 feet, two storeys and  a basement, and around the entire;  building is an eight-foot porch. There  are, including pantry, fourteen rooms  in the house. The' basement occupies  the full area inside the porch, and has  concrete walls and cement floor. In it  are laundry tubs, and hot water furnaces. On the lower floor are large  living rooms, dining room, kitchen,  pantry &c. The rooms are plastered  except kitchen and pantry the walls of  which are finished with narrow beaded  wainscoting running from floor to.ceiling. The flooring and door and window  casings, base-boards &c, are of coast  fir. Upstairs the customary loss in  room of a hall-way or landing is saved,  in a large living room at the head of  the stairs which is connected by. folding doors with another large room. A  notable feature of the house is the  abundance of closet room provided in  all the up-stair bed-rooms, and that  closet room ist obtained by utilizing  what would otherwise be waste room  overhead in the porch; that runs  around the entire building. There are  two bath-rooms up-stairs, provision  being made for hot water both from  electric heaters anel from the hot water  furnace in the basement in case the  electric-heating, which is as yet only  an experiment, should fail. The foreman in charge of the building is Alfred  S. Shaw, whose supervision has been,  effective in obtaining high-class workmanship throughout.      ,  Card of Thanks.  gazetted Deputy; ^ectsceacac&scco&scccaoscoa&xos^sxiccoaaa&.^cccccioi  at      Beaver-dell.  We have a big stock of "Crown"  Fruit Jars, and are selling them as  follows, delivered to any part of the  Valley:  Half gallons  .$2.50 per doz.  One quarts *$i-75  ������<  (<  I  Crown Jars are the Best*  ��������� .  W. T. Shatford & Co.  General flerchants,   Hedley.  ooS  Hedley  Livery,    Feed  and  Sale Stable  HEDLEY,     -     -     B.C.  OTEL  EDLEY  Strictly First Class Service.  Special Attention given to  the Travelling Public.  Teaming of all kinds done.  Horses Bought and Sold.  W. F. REVELY,  Proprietor.  The  Leading  House  For  Commercial  flen.   :   :   :  Best Only Provided for Table  and Bar.     '  W. J. Henderson, Prop.  Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Jones desire to thank their kind friends for  their kind sympathy and .floral tributes  in their recent sad bereavement.  Nickel Plate..July 22. 1905.  MARRIED.  CociiKANK-CiiKiSTiAN.���������At Lumby. on July  -19th, by Rev. ,T. H. Lambert. Helen Rose  Christian, of Lumby, to Arthur Ormiston  Cochrane of Vernon.  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  TWEDDLE <_>������ REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY 27, 1905.  ROYAL IRISH GUARDS.  Famous Musical Organization Coming to  Dominion  Fair.  And  __������. is tin1 supply point 1'en- the Nickel Plate moim-  U/ tain..on which is situaU'il the famous-, "Nickel  Plate"���������till'   rie'hest golel   mine  in   Canada���������anel many other  promising .mines anil.pro.spt'cl.s.    It is the ni'ining and business  ecu In.' of tlie  Simitkameem  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  the new niining district which has already bei*n proven, by a  small 'amount of eli'velojnnent work, to be erne of the richest  gold, copper aiul coal lhining sectiems eil'  Colnmblik  HEDLEY i.s the chief town on the route of the propei&ed  (.'oasi-Keioteiiay'Railway:   and with the advent of this road,  'which is assured in   the tnear  future,   it  will  unquostionably  ��������� liccome a large and important city, and town lots will bring  'big returns onmoney invesleel at the present time.  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....    $400 to $600  Other, Streets...   ..           $200 to $460.  ....-I jt<lviT_o....  i-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  His Majesty's- Irish Guards band is  i-oiisidi*i-i'd one of the very best bantls  in the' British army-by the highest  musie-al authen'itie's.'in Great Britain  and is,a favorite* h ousel mill band of  His Majesty the'King,-who, whenever  possible, selects-it to plj-y at the royal  levees, drawing.wkiius a'iiel dinners," in  j fact on all state occasions. Ft was with  much difficulty, and only as a special  favor to Canada, that:,His Majesty  wemlel cemsent to the band leaving  British shores, pevrmission to extend  the visit to' the United States being  positively/refused.. It will be remembered thai the Irish Guards, of whom  Field Marshall'Lord Roberts, V.C., is  honorary colonel, were organized in  the final years of Her Most Gracious  Majesty,, the* late Queen Victoria, in  e'onnnemoration'oi 'Her Majesty's enthusiastic reception on her hist visit te������  Ireland. It is tlie only regiment in all  the empire recruiting for which is confined to one nationality, "one of the re-  cpiirements being that each member  shall be an Irishman,,,or,bovn of Irish  parents.  The band .sails from Englanel  -on the 17fch of August, and will arrive  at Montreal on the 25th nf August. It  wilT then'pre iceeel to Toionto U> fill aii  engagement at the Canadian National  Exhibition of that city anel at the Dominion Exhibition."New Westminster,  e-f September 27 te> October 7, 1905.  GREEN MOUNTAIN NEWS  Por F-fvM_ 'jjR-articulaLrs, 7Vle_ps; _E_tc,  ���������/=11P'-R_,-^   TO ���������  :L..W. SHATFORD, \:.  ..:."' ..Secretary and .Manager,  4   B.   a       'J_Jre   \aSi  j Mr. L. A. Clark has returned from  | llu- hospital in Ve*rnon and is, able to  ! go about with the aiel of a cane.  Oreips in this vicinity are looking  particularly well. A large fielel of  wheat grown yn Mr. Clark's ranch is  (attracting much attention anel causing  no little surprise to people passing  through; who do not expe-ct to finel  such rank vigorous grevwth at so high  an altitude. *  NOTICE.  k CO., Ltd  Livery,, Feed and Sale 'St������able  Y/anoouv-sr, B.C.  i  rTfn^**���������*���������fm*,*~-   '���������.' Single and Double \,   ���������������������������.-,������������������   <��������� ) Saddle, and   Pack  Drivers. Horses.  Wood for Sale.  HOPKINS <&> McINNES, Proprietors, Hedley, B.C.  Wholesale and Retail  HARDWARE,  STOVES,  SPORTING GOOD  Certificate of improvements.  "-MAit/nX," "JLU'LK LI'LVK." "DAISY."  "L'tNli ICXOT". AXI) "lUlXXKUAHA"  Mineral Claims;'.situate in tho Osoyno-  Mining Division of Yale Di-stricc. Whoie  located:   In C.unp Hcellcy.  -fAl-CK X OTICK that I. IE. S. V.\y\^T .vot'niR  ���������*��������� as ajconl for .)iu>. Gladden, I-\ ivl. C. Xo. "  HTfiOTI. Kihv. A. C. Studd, \>\ .M. C. Xo. R7!K)1<>.  and Chas. K. Olher, I'MU.C. Xo. Ji7i;()7_, intone],  sixty clays fiom the date Ucicof. to apply to the  Mining- Recorder for -.'. Certificate ot Improvements." for tho purpose ol obulninfj: Crown  G units of the abovu claims.  And further take notins th.it ue.t ion. uuelei  Section 37, miNt bo commenced bofoic the issu-  nnue of such Certificate of Impiovomonts.  . Dieted this 2(ith elay of July, A. 1). l'.'Oo.  .2S-!) ���������   .      H. Si CAY LEY.  NOTICE.  HEDLEY, B. C.  This hotel under new management has been  , re-modelled, and has ample accommodation, for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the market., The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  H. W. YATES, Proprietor  wwww-MBWTMnnimB-iiiiiiii wm-jimi-mm.  HERRING &-.WINKLEK, Props.  Choice   Liquors  and   Cigars  always in stock.  Good Table and Comfortable  Rooms.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days from  the date hereof, I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner i>f' Lands mid Wo.rks for  pej-mission to purchase ;_() acres of laiuL east  of and adjoining W. Smythc Parker's lot 253. to  the west of Dog Lake, in the Osoyoou Division,  of Yale District, described as follows: Commencing: at a. post marked "Tilt." thence '20  chains west; thence JO chains north: thence SO  chains cast; thence -10 chains south: thence (jO.  chains west to point of beginning.  Dated May 25th, li)()j.      , ���������'���������   ��������� ,  ' 20-S) THOS. ROA.DHOUSE."  NOTICE  N<  OTICK iis hereby given that (10 days after  date, I intenel to iipply to'the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase  :_0 acres of mountain land, situate .on Wolf  Creek 5 miles north of Voigt's camp: commencing' at C..JK. Shaw's initial'or N. K. eiorneri  thence south SO chains : thence west 40 chains:  thence north SO chains; thence'ca.st -10 chains te>  place of beginning.  Dated Voigt's camp. May 11th. H105.  C. M SHAW '  '"'  21-9 GEORGE AY. ALDOUS, Agent  NOTICE  Careful attention to u/ants of tra-velling  p>*u folic and regular boarders.  The GRAND UNION is the'nearest te> the works'of the* Daly  lieeluction Co.. whie-h makes it esjii'iMally suited fe>r regular lie>areler.s.  All "white hi-.i.i\  ���������WTOTICE is hereby g,i\-en that (10 days after  1' date. T intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lanels and "Works to purchase 32(i  acres of mountain land, situate on Wolf Creek  I miles north of Voigt's camp: commencing ;it  David .7. Innis's initial or X. E. corner: thence  west SO chains : thence south 40 chains: thence  east 80 chains: thence north ii).chums to place  of beginning.  Dated Voigt's Camp May 12th. 1905.  ."   DAVID J. IXXLS  21--!) W. D. YOUNG.-Agent.  HEDLEY, B.C  UV6PII, Feed and Stage  STABLES  ESTABLISHED  19Q3  ===z  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying Royal Mail,  *   Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  ���������:o.*-  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  LIVER.,  all & Go's  FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ������������������ ALSO���������  Proprietors-FAIRVIEW    AND     PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that. (10 days after  date I intenel to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lanels and Works to purchase  "_ll acres eif mountain land, situate on Wolf  Creek .'1 miles north of Voigt's camp: commencing at Victor W. Voigt's initial or X. E. corner: thence west SO chains; thence south Id  chains: thence cast SO chains ; thence north III  chains to place of beginning.  Dated A oigt's camp May 13tli. 11)05  VICTOR W. VOIGT  .1-51 W. D. YOUNG, Agent.  :0:  IL  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  Good Horses and Bigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, -transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  NOTICE.  "M"OTICK is hereby given that (.50 elays  after  ���������'���������'    elate. I intend to apply to tho Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lanels and Works to purchase ���������  :j-_0 acres of mountain  land, situate  on Wolf  Creek 7 miles North of Voigt's Camp: commencing at Goo. W. Aldous' initial or >S. W. corner:  thence North 80 chains; thonce   East 40 chains;  thence South SO chahins; thence West 10 chains  to place of beginning.  Dated Voigt's Canip April 3rd, IDO'i  ���������21-!) GEO. W. ALDOUS.  Try  oria  ss  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.

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