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Array AND, SIMILKAMEEH ADVERTISER:  Vol. I:  No. 27.  HEDLEY, B. G., THURSDAY, JULY '20, lim.  $2.00, in Advance.  Methodist Ghurch.  Sunday School at 'i o'clock.  Evening Sci;viec, at 7:30...o'clock. ���������'".-���������  "Kvoi-yburty  welcome.  j L. THOMAS. Pastuk.  QtiflRLES flL SHAW  Cmi. Exgixisek,  DoaHXJOX    AND      PROVINCIAL  Land Schveyok.  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  ttEDLEY,  B. G.  J AS. HLSLOr,  ClVIL   ENGINEER  Ppoyincial Land Surveyor  ���������*��������� -it v  JWF" Leave orders ill Giizelti* Office.  HEDLEY. B.C.  D C0RISTIN&, V. S.  ���������������������������:.'���������"    ;   Conkilting  ,\'���������������������������'^'vyi.':TJ<:Kr^^Al{^;\'^*,������������������  ...      osuvoo.s. U.C.  Advice and proscription by mail, $1.00.  Edw. G. Warren  Ele&rical Engineer and  Contra<ftor  ESTI.MATHS   FLTKNrSUKD ON ANY Kl.KC-  tuic.u. Pko.ii-xt i-'oit Power or Light  FIRE PROTEGLION  Public     Meeting     -I >iseusscs  -Ways and Means.  THE RAILWAY  C.  i.\  H.  COMMITTEE APPOINTED To ACT.  Vowing Vengeance  for  Defeat.  JEW -RAILWAY SCARE  Kill Alleged  to Contemplate  a Canadian Meryer.  ov  LATEST SHOT AT THE f. P. H.  H. S. CAYLEY,  IJAHKfSTKU AND SOLICITOR,  Henley, B. C.  WINKLER & MOHR  Penticton and Princeton  Real Estate and Mining Brokers.  Correspondence  Solicited from  Those Having  Property to  Sell.  A. MEG RAW  Notary  F������iJto!Ic  Conveyancer.  Heal  Estate.-Mines,  suranco, Clown Grants applied  for under Land Act and  Mineral     Act.  Ill-  Agent for :  The Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada,  London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.,  The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co..  Proposal to  Canvass for  Funds to  Buy ���������  , j  Hose   and   Other   Appliances. - D:s-j  cussion on Question of Pressure.        j  While the public mooting in Eraser's ;  now hall on Monday evening was fairly  reprosontativeof the property-holders ,  of the town,   it  was   not- as   large  as j  might be expected considering the importance of the subjeof for  which   tin  meeting was called.  TO PARA-HEJ, EVERV FOOT  Senate Passes,V. V. & E. Bill.���������Talk of  the Corridors.���������Midway & Vernon  Buying- Right of Way.���������Great Northern Steel all Ready at Curlew.���������  What Does Midway & Vernon Activity Mean ?  Hedley,  B.C.  It. H. .ROGERS,  M.A.,  IJ.C.L.      .  SOLICLTOlVCONVEYAXCEIt,  NOTARY Pii'BLlCj-.ETC;    ���������  Vernon, K. C.  GILLESPIE k MSLftM  ���������     ]RErtL-   ESTrtTE  ' ������������������AN'll-  /VIIIMJNG   BROKERS  Insurance Agents, Conveyancers, Etc.  Next to I'ostOnu-e.-.irED'LKY. H.C.  ALLISON  C. P. RAILWAY TOWN  Tiie Pioneer Garriafle  and  ���������   Repair Stiop  HEDfEy,     -      -      B.6.  and all kinds  Horse-Shooing  of Blacksmithing done.  GEO. fi. SPRO.ULE,-  Proprietor.  -:():  Will be in the Market in a few weeks.  ���������f^s-f^f  c  Watchmaker  HEDLEY, B.  Clocks and Watdies for Sale.  NICKEL    RLAXE  Barber Shop  E5ATHS  Alex. P. McDonald  HAVE  YOU  TRIED  LOVE'S  PERUVIAN  TONIC?  JOHN  LOVE,  Druggist, (&>  Stationer,  HEDLEY & FAIRVIEW  -H. fl. WRIGHT ,  Boot andjjoeJBakerIr n ir utcd  .-.Alfalfa Meat, Market..  FREStt AND GURED MEATS  Wholesale and lietnil.  F. Feasor was appointed chairniaii  and A. D. Worgan secretary.  Mr. Oliver proposed the appointment  of a committee to canvass the. town  and see how much money could be  raised for the purchase of hose, rent  of hydrants etc., and he moved a motion towards that end, naming as the  committee Messrs. E. Eraser. F. H.  French and E. D. Boeing.  Mr. Boeing thought that there was  little use in getting hose until it was  known definitely what amount of pressure, could be counted on at (.he hydrants. The pressure at the various  water taps being now insufficient to  supply -water enough to throw an effective stream through the hose.  Mr. McLean said that pressure coming from the mill penstock would be too  great and the hose wouldn't stand it.  Messrs. Spronle and Finnegaii moved  in amendment, that a committee., consisting of Messrs. Eraser, French and  Boeing he appointed to wait on Mr.  Rodgers to obtain all information with  reference, to the water supply, pressure, hydrants etc., before proceeding  to purchase hose or other appliances.  Carried.  ,    A.Megraw read correspondence from  Duncan Ross, M. P., and Chief Engineer .1. H. Kennedy .of the. V. V. o: E.  with reference/to right of way  in   the j  Siniilkameen Valley. '*  A committee, consisting of Messrs.  YV. A. McLean, F. Fraser and A. Me-  graw, was appointed to confer wibh  Chief Engineer' Hogeland, of the Great  Northern, and Chief Engineer Kennedy, of the V. V. <fc E.., on the matter  of railway connection for the town, on  the -occasion of the visit to Hedley  which these gentlemen expect to make  in a few days.  The. .chairman drew the. attention of  the meeting to the proposal of the orchestra, to hold a promenade concert  on Labor Day. and agreeing to give  sixty per cent, of the proceeds to the  hospital fund. He asked the meeting  if anyone had any plan to offer in the  matter.  The meeting adjourned until Monday, the 25th, to go fully into the matter of Labor Dav celebration.  Reports from Ottawa state that since  the Senate passed the V. V. <& K. Bill,  the (_*. P:;JR. lobbyists have stated that  the big Csiiiadian company would parallel  every   foot   of   Great   Northern  track   through southern   British  Columbia.    While little credence is given  Lo this there is evidence that the C. P.  R. will not abandon the field   by any  means.    Their  engineers  are   moving  about somewhat mysteriously  around  Okanagan Lake,  and some scheme for  connecting1 up Midway with the main  line  is   evidently   in    contemplation.  Activity iii matters connected with the  Midway <& Vernon  may either   be   interpreted as complicating the situation  eras titling in with 0. P. R. plans, according to the view taken.     The  data  of fact is simply that the C.P.R. would  like to have connection   between  Midway and Penticton, and they have two  routes surveyed, one of which may lie  used to effect that end.    The southern  route goes via the south fork of  Rock  creek, Sidley and the lukanieep, which  will firing them out into the Okanagan  Valley about midway between Penticton and the American boundary.  This  would he a plum   for dwellers   in   the  Okanagan, and would also justify the  foresight of the company as  this  gar-;  den of the province; will at   no distant!  date support, a  large   population   that!  will furnish gilt-edged business for any j  railway company.   The other is by the  | West Fork of Kettle river to theiuouth  of Wilkinson creek about 0 miles a hove  Beaverdell,   and   thence    westerly   up  Wilkinson creek to the summit,   from  which they must loop  down   into   the  Okanagan Valley at   Penticton.    This  route    is   ~>l)l)   feet   lower    than    the  southern route,   but   the  distance  between the summit and   Penticton is-so  much shorter that difficult engineering  is required-to get down into the Okanagan Valley.  Now the Midway and Vernon route  would parallel this latter route as far  as the mouth of Wilkinson creek, but  from there it would continue northward and northwesterly to the summit  between the headwaters of the West  Fork and Mission creek, which would  bring the road out on Okanagan lake  about ten miles north of Kelowna.  The Great Northern, Grand Trunk Paci-  fie and MciCenzie & Mann Systems  to be Included.���������Rumors Based More  on Speculation Than Fact.  Now that the .V. V. A: E. hill ha.-  passed both houses of parliament in  this country, it is only to hi- expected  that some new feature of the railway  situation must be sought to interest  the public, and dispatches fioni' Winnipeg can be counted on to .supply all  that might be lacking in thai direction.  The Winnipeg dispatch says :  That the G. T. P.. the  C. N. R. and  the  Great   Northern have already  arrived at a working arrangement   tend-'  nig towards a  general   amalgamation  of interests is the report circulating in  well-informed circles here. These rumors, in one foim or another, have been  current for some weeks past.    When-  such  gigantic   inlcrests  are   involved  scepticism has been   justified and even  now it is difficult to believe   that   thi>  great combination has been engineered  foriho purpose of putting the ('. P. R.  out of  business.    These  stories,   however, received concrete forni to-day by  reason of an interview given out to the  local papers by I). [>. .Maun, vice-president of .the C. N. R..   who   arrived   today in the city.    Be said :   "There has  been nothing-decided which would war-  j rant an announcement  regarding  the  construction of terminal worts at Winnipeg, hut negotiations are proceeding  in   regard   to   joint  terminals  and  a  union depot.   Plans of this scheme are  in such shape now  that  decision  and  final announcement will in  all   probability be made very shortly."      ���������  TWO  TliAXSCoNTiN-KNTALS.  In itself no great significance attaches to this statement,   for   it   is   known  for a long time that negotiations have  , been proceeding, of which   the   Great"  j Northern   is  cognizant,    along    these  lines,  while the   latter   has  secured   a  charter that would give it   entry   into  Winnipeg.    Those   who  contend   that  amalgamation is already accomplished  claim that the scheme includes  the incorporation  of  the   Intercolonial   anil  the operation of two   transcontinental  lines, namely, the Great Northern and  the G.T.P.. with connections wherever  feasible, as by the Grand Trunk system  in Ontario and the Canadian Northern  ; in the Northwest and new V. V. exten-  ! sion in British Columbia.    Thev assert  ��������� that Mackenzie A: Mann and the Grand  'Trunk interests openly  supported   the  I passage of the latter  bill  through   the  i Commons.    Furthermore,   it is  stated  ! that recentlv Canadian Northern inter-  r  Cll.  Orangemen's Celebration.  General  Store  KERE/YYEOS,      -        B.C.  R. J. WYNNE,  Manager j  .^efeeeefe'ceseeefeeseefeesesfe  m  *  Hi  ifc  m  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Mrs. G. B. Lyon  DRY UOO.DN  FA NOV (100.1 )S  BOOTS & SHOES  Millinery in Latest Styles  ���������AOKNT8 KOK���������'  MASON (Si, RISCH Pianos.  Butterlck...Patterns  b. c.  A Large and Entirely  New Stock of G-en-  M ercliHiulise  Opened.  Prices  .Reasonable.  oral  Just  Give Us a Call!  NOTICE.  ���������������! T K. Klt.VSKH, or' the ('ouiiiiui-ciul Hotel,  m\ J' Hoilli-y. intends to apply to the .Licqnco  ������ I <'ii  *!  %i  HEDLEY,  oil iiit  'oiniiiiHsioiiui-M for the Nicola District for  Msrmirtrfitm to tninsfi-v his hotel licence to H.W.  &'*M������9a*������*������*9������19.*1*9*1������3  ������l  tt-s.  Drttwl lleilley. .Inly  ���������>1  I  17th,  t!H)5.  .1. IC. KRASKIJ.  {     On .July 12th inst. Kereineos Lodge j  No. 1770 held a small local celebration. !  i  Revs. L. Thomas and K. V,,  Hardwick  and Messrs. W. Riley and M.McAuley  drove down from Hedley.    The Lodge  opened at 11  A. M. in the Orange  degree and L. Thomas, J. Love ,1ml R. J.  McCurdy were initiated into the order.  At H p. in. a public meeting was  held  when the W.M., J. .1. Cooke, of  Kereineos, took   the   chair and  addresses  were delivered by Rev. L. Thomas and  E. E. Hardwick.    The  Lodge opened  again   in   the  evening   when   M.  Me  Cauly was   raised to   the    blue    and  Royal  Arch    Purple, degrees.    There  were, about  twenty  local   Orangemen i  present, and others regretted their in- |  ability to attend.    It was felt that the |  need of the Ordei1 was not a thing of!  the past, and judging from  the  mini- j  her of applications for   membership, ,  there promises to  be quite a strong j  lodge in the hear future at  Kei-omeos. !  Dinner and   supper   were   served   at  Hotel Keremeos, which in  itself is a ,  guarantee of a pleasant sociable time. I  Mrs. Hardwick accompanied the party '  from Hedley and was very graciously  entertained as the guest of   L.   O.    L.  1770.  ,    ., , ,.     ,, ,. ��������� , ., ests went out ot their wav  to   declare  In the past the t . P. L>. made several !   .    , ,. ,,   , ���������      ......  ,, , ,,.,; .    ,; that there could  he  no   possibility   ot  absorption by the G.T.P. and that this  was followed by a failure to float bonds  on the London market, ft wa> only  on these gentlemen coming to their senses and agreeing to fall into line that  necessary credits were put through,  the parties behind the deal being men  who hold heavy interests in Grand  Trunks and Great Northerns.  Curcnrr Mil.i. With  lr.  Humor says the whole deal has been  engineered by .Mm Hill, who, hampered  in his operations .by  judgments of the  United    States   Supreme  Court,   and  finding that his interests were in a condition to offer executive  resistance   to  As  such,   it j the C.P.R., has lately employed all his  horn   in   the ; energies on an organization  that   will  I not only  vindicate   his   reputation   as  a railway  manipulator,   but   will   payoff old  scores -against  the   Canadian  murderous attempts upon this project  and on two separate  occasions   had it  well nigh strangled,  hut there are reasons at present why it might be to the  advantage of the   C. P. R.   to   take   it  over, build it at once and by it save 21  hours between the   Houndary  and the  Coast.  The visit of Gustavo Loeb. of  Kiihn,  Loeb it Co.. New York. who. it is.said,  are likely to finance the   project,   may  mean that they are working in concert  with the C.P.R.. or it might mean that  they will build it themselves  as it carries subsidies of about $11,01)0 per mile,  and   by  a   traffic   arrangement    with  Hill at Midway, have connection with  the entire   Hill system.  I would  be a   veritable  j C. P. R.'s flesh.  i     If the C.P.R. are good and mad they  j can  prosecute  the  work  at   Midway,  ! Penticton   and   Spence's   Bridge and  thus put up a tidy fight in the race for  Siniilkaineen  trade.  The Groat Northern have their steel ' th��������� Spokesman Review's young ladies  at Curlew ready to cover the Curlew- eimtest.sta.tes that this trip to the fair  Midway branch, and outfits are arriv-; <>ost fv-u,Ui[i. ()f t>m>h (>f the successful  ing every day at Midway, preparatory young ladies from $750 to $o(MI. Whe-  to beginning work in earnest. ther the knowledge  of this   fact   will  ~~    * heighten the enjoyment of the trip for  The somewhat fanciful prospectus ' each of thein is of course not known,  issued by Percy F. Godenrath, is a. but the paper is said to have cleared  unique production. He is representing $40,000 out of it, which would certain-  the Victoria Colonist in a series of des-i ly heighten the enjoyment of the  criptiveand historical write-ups. affair for them by a considerable.  Pacific  The Phoenix Pioneer in referring to THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. .1ELY 20. 101)5.  ,       and  Siniilkameen Advertiser.  ���������������������������!iei! on Thursdavs. l>y the lli:i)i.i;vCazkvti-:  Pin.vri.ve; a.\;> Pciii.isniNis Cojii'.wv.  Livitkii.   :il   Hedley.   M. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  'IVr'Ycn:1 ' ...'W.iill  Six Months...' '.:  !.<������)  Advertising Rates  Mcasi-rcmcliV. 12 lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements not. exceeding oik:  ineli. HIM for'one insertion. in cents for  each subsequent insertion.. Over one inch.  10 cents lier line for first insertion and ;")  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transient.-,  payable in advance.  Land Nntl;ss-< 'crtilicatos of iinprovemeutetc,  $7.(111 for fKl-day notices. a:s<l S.l.IKi foi-:i(l-d.-iy  notices.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month.  .���������?l.:.'.i:  over 1 inch ami up to I inches. ,������1.00  ��������� -Gold win Smit]i,.in the Weekly  Sun : y'Ehe British North America Act, a lining' the fundamental laws of our oonst.itut.ioin  assigns education to the province. A'French and Catholic  'prime minister, ceimmn/ndmg  a  NOTICE.  Certificate of -Improvements.  ^iC������0OSC������C������0O3������������5C������SO0CC������ecO5������3&^  ���������J-  I  per ilie.I j  ���������!i per mouth. To constant advertisers  , majority in the Dominion par-  ; Ilanient, uses that .majority to  . set aside the fundamental .law  ���������and to secure in perpetuity to  : his .church in the new provinces  : sectarian privilege in regard to  public education. To take the'  .lowest ground, no  ithat can be deemed conclusive  ! has been advanced for the as-  ! sumption of this power. Is not  ; this a case in which it becomes  \ the duty of. the senate to suspend the'process of party legis-  I lation till it lias been shown  ! that right has been done to the  ������������������uru.io.v" "kvi<;\in(; star." ������������������I'ieidk"  and ������������������(.'OLD II ILL" Mineral Claim*, situate  in the Osoyoos. IV!iniiiM1 Division of Vale Pis-  triet. Where, located :' In Cain!) Medley.  TAICIC NOTICK thai I. l-\ W. Groves, acting  as indent  for John  Oreonhi'.].  free miners ,  eertifleato No. R7ll0o8��������� L. O. Medlund. free mill- -  er's corf ideate No. lttS.'OHh and .1. A. Schubert,  free miner's certificate No. R7D200. intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to a ppl.. to the Mining  Recorder for a .Certificate of Improvements, foi- '  the purpose of obtaining Crown grants of the:  abuve claims. .  Aiid further take  notice' that  action,  under  section 'Si. 'most be. commenced before the issu-  ai'guniont   anee nf such Certificate of Improvements.  Hated this nth day of .1 nly. A.]').' li.'O.i.  A-.-!) I-'. W. OKliVKS.  BANK OF   :  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA;.J  i  Capital���������$4,866,666.   .  READ oKPICK IN CANADA.  JLSTIKKMAN. Gem-nil Manager  Reserve- $2,643,997.    ,  -       MONTREAL  .1. KLMSLY. Siipl. of Rruiichos  HANKINU BY MAIL-Accounts of parties living at a distance receive our  special attention. Depositscun beniado through the mail, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any time. A General Hanking Husiness Transacted.    Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  NOTICE.  S     Hedley Branch,     ���������=     L. G. flacHAFFIE, Acting Manager    q  Certificate of Improvements.  t!u  ^���������e  of   eo:u:>os  will  be charged  regular rates.  Changes fur contract advertisements should  be in the office by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention fur that week's issue.'-  MEGRAW,  Managing  Editor.  "STAI! Of HOPE "and "ECLIPSE"' .Mineral  Claims, situate in the Ososons Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: Yuu-  eman Camp. l(i >Iile-Creek.  TAK'K NOTICE  that  1.  C. dcR.  Omen, as  .    J     ,     . 111        agontfor K. Uiohter, KM.O. No. H7SK88. for  are   appointed,    llOW    small \h. M. Lyon. V. M. C. No. 078867. and for .lames  -   '��������� ...      ���������  ' McRoiignll.  K. M. 0. No. M783(;<>.  intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to apply to the Alining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  ____________ the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grunt* of the  ������������������-i..'1.'..:-". '   :     '    '"Z"'^^^ : above claims. '  , ,     ���������   ',        ,   ���������        _   ���������   _   ' ���������    And further take notice that action,  under  Lord    llOberts       .StriCcLU'CS    Ol) ] section :(7.  must be euiimieneed before t.he is-m-  the unprepared condition of tlie-in,1L:������of,,,,t'h ('<^"������*������!: improvement*.  taking larger���������space than  four inches, on 1 -- ..     0 .      ...    -ox     ,;,  anpiieuUnm fates will be given of reduced I COUllt-ry .J    -Surely it IS.      I5Ut We  !������ uuie' lj:,st''i " siX������ "f SP1"'������ "" ]0"~th ! kuo������" too well, seeing   the  con-  Adveru*u,en?s waibeciiarge.ionce everyjclitionS lindcr    which    the   SC1MI-  montli if advertiser desires,   without any extra ] to]  barge. Kor e'.ianges oftener tlinn onee a month i.. l    J ' c    l        ���������   ���������      i.i    ,x ���������! Mc-Dou   -~ liance   ol:   having.-, tmrt  at i is on j' cJiance    o  duty pert'onned  io;>.*>  JUL  Knll Moon  lfifcli.  Last (|iia,r.  L'ltll.  lOOo  Sun. ftlon. Tiics. Wed. Yliu. hi. Sat.  Ki  ���������'HO  1.0  17  24  ���������H.1'  4-  11.  IS  12  0  \'A  21)  ���������^7  14  2!  S  15  22  2V)  British army may not be deem  ed complimentary to the average Briton whose opinion of  himself wouldAvelcome a better  testimonial of efliciencv. but it  i is very much to the point and  I just what is needed at the' pre-|  sent time; although it is. too j  much to'expect that the dense i  coating of self- sufficiency which -  exists will allow the, thrust to [  strike home.    It   was  not    the I  Dated this 2(1111 day of .lime. A.I). ISiO.i.  j    -'Mi C. del'.. OIIKKN. Agent.  j NOTICE.  !     Certificate of Improvements.  Tine "OLKNVVOOD" I-'KACTUlNAL Mineral!  Claiiii.   situated   in   the   Osoyoos   Mining  DiVision of Yale District.    Whore located :  ('amp Medley'.  TfAlvK NOTICE that I. Clins. de HloN Creep.  *    as agent for M. K. Kodgers,  Kroe Miner's  NOTICE.  Certilieate No. H7!)fl;il. intend, sixty days from  G,   ii     .   t       ,1   d   1       j    '��������� date hereof, tonpplyto tlie Mining Ueeorder  OVemrnent that   Lord Koberts , roni. Certificate of improvements. Tor the j.iii--  I was attacking but  the , English | JS;.,rol":i,i,,i"{?11 (,,"'l, limnl "{Uw 1,1,OVc  [people  themselves    who  think I, and kckthek take i.oti<-e chat, actio...  rlijih nr������    ������A,-������fr>i-������i    nf   mililb-    r./->n- 1 under section H7. must.'Uc eomnieneed before the  ZliaX, IK)    system   Ot   pUOUC    COD- , jss���������.,.ni.eof su,,i, Certilieateof Improvements.  1 scription is necessary tor them. 1.. ..T))U.t.(1 t.llis (ith day of June. a.d. moo.  It is true the Boer war  pricked j   ������-������ c. den. oi:ekn.  the bubble of self-sufficiency in  a good many places, and that  army reform has been the cry  at ever lengthening intervals  since then, but as yet ..very little  genuine improvement has been  accomplished in that direction.  Had the United States army  been up against anything in  Cuba that was half as hard as  the nut that .the British had to  crack in South Africa, a more  lamentable break-down would  have been witnessed and  it all  .. Certificate of improvements.  The salary grab a t Otta vva. by  which-it is proposed to increase  the sessional indemnity .of members from $1500 to $2500 for the  present   session,   is  a   question  that will beau* considerable discussion.   Perhaps $1500 may not  be    enough   to   compensate   a  member for taking six   months  away from his business in   each  year, but it must not be forgotten that there were two hundred  Britain  nor the United   States  and   fourteen   defeated   candi-1 with their present   system  of:  dates in the Dominion who were ; military training  can   hope  to'  prepared to do the job for $15001 be in it  -with   the ' modern  day;  and   take  their  chance   of  the ! armies of Germany, France and    session   beinsc   long    or   short. [Japan.    Some modified form of j S'S-fe-i^^  by    winch   every  THK "CLIMAX" and "I X L". mineral claims,  situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division  of Yale District. Where located : Camp  Medley.  TAUK NOTICE that 1. ('has. de HloisUi-ccn.  -*���������    as agent for the  Vnle Mining Company.  Free Miner's -Certificate   No.   B7i)0:������.   intend,  sixty days from date hereof,  to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improve-J  meats,  for the purpose  of  obtaining   Crown 1  Cra.nts of tlie above claims.  i    AND VVKTIIKK take notice that action. 1111- j  der section 37, must be commenced before the S  J. fl. SGnUBERT  11 1 '  Wholesale cartel Retail   ,  General     Merchant  11  Groceries  Dry Goods  Gents' Furnishings  Boots and Shoes  Hardware  Flour and Feed  Sash and Doors  Lumber and Shingles  Etc., Etc.  Stores���������HEDLEY and   PENTICTON.  ii  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, flanager.  First  Class  in  Every  Kespect.      Commercial   and  Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Siniilkameen Valleys.    Post House On Penticton-  ,,-ton-Princeton Sta^e Line. .  goes to show that neither Great i i^nance of such Ocrtitieiite of lmi)iovements.  Dated this lith day of .time. A.D. I.'KIS.  iil-!i . ���������   C. de.H. Ol!  ���������:en.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  NOTICE.  Wiiile there are many valuable j conscription  members in the House whose  time is woj'th far more to them  in their own business than the  $2500 which it is proposed to pay  them, there are also many others who might be called professional members of parliament,  and who. if they were left at  home, would find it keep them  busy making ends meet. The  present session has been an un-  usuallv iongone but the Govern-  merit are themselves very much  to blame for that. Had they  avoided unjust or controversial  legislation like the autonomy  bill the session wouldn't have  been nearly so long. The member for Yaie-O'ariboo has earned  his extra allowance tins session,  but there are are many others  who would have been well paid  with the halt' of it.  for permission to purchase :atl a ires of mountain  1-.-..11-. 1. ,..,A.....i,,r,U,rwl ������^ -,,,^- 1-,:,,-. < land situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale Dis-  niaiLIS   Compelled    to   put    him- j triet, described asfollows:   Commencing at  self in shape to bear 1m  of national  defence    when  the  share ' l,,,st'i>n Chute Creek, about >S miles east "of Ok-  ', .    j anagan Lake:   thence north SO chains:   thence  le  A commendable piece of  isiation is that introduced at  Ottawa by lion. H. L. Borden to  amend the Dominion Electors  Act, so as to stop the pernicious  habit ol:' issuing roorbacks on J  the eve of an election. In Mr.  Horden's bill there; are two  clauses, the first of which makes  it punishable by a fine of $200  for a person to issue false circulars and statements pretending  to be issued in the interests of a  candidate;, but really designed  to defeat him. The seu-emd clause  obliges every circular posted en-  placard used in an election campaign to bear the imprint of the  printer or publisher on penalty  of a fine of $200.  country requires it is only common sense, and  should not c-be  repugnant in 'the  slightest degree  tei  any  free-born   citizen.  It is pleasing  to  note  a   slight  ray of light leading  in   this direction  hi  Canada  in   the announcement by the Minister  of  Militia that each se;hool boy  be  required to put in three annual  trainings. This is the right way  to commence but  it  requires a  great deal  of, improvement te>;  be of any real, value.    One   pro- !  per  training  of  three  months!  under arms and military disevip- i  line'would beat amy number of '  annual trainings, and no citizen \  of this or any other British possession is worthy of the protection   of  the;   British     Hag   who ,  would object to such.  east 10 chains:  thence south Sl.l chains;   thence!  west   10  chains   to   point  of commencement,  Purpose for which required :  reservoir site.  L. W. SirATFOKD.  per L. W. l-'i.\'i..\v.  Penticton. H.e.1.. June Stir. li;0S.  ' 23-11  NOTICE.  SIXTY days afterdate, t intend applying to  the Chief Commissioner of .Lands s: Works j  for permission to purchaso/iiOacvesof mountain j  land situate in  Osoyoos  Division of Yale  Dis-I  triet, described as follows:   Commencing at a I  I post on South l-'ork of Penticton  Creek about j  IJ5 miles east of Okanagan Lake;   thence north '  j 10 chains;   thence east M0 chains;   thence south  j JO chains;   thence  west .SO chains to point of  j commencement.     Purpose for which required :  ' reservoir site.  it. p.. wrriTE,  per L. W. EiXi.AV.  Penticton. B.C.. June lUth. hiO:>. -i1!-!!  When ordering FLOUR insist  on getting MOFFET'S BEST  Do not permit your grocer to  Substitute, or persuade you  to take the Just as Good Kind  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO.,. Ltd.  VERNON  AND   ENDERBY, B. C.  NOTICE.  Notice to Contractors  Q1XTY days after date, I intend applying to  vJ Hie Chief Commissioner of Lands ������ Works  for permission in purchase ill) acres of mountain laud situate in Osoyoos Division of Yale  I Mstricl, described as follows: Commencing at  a post in r.r lower end of upper marsh 011 north  fork of KHis Creek and about Hi miles east of  Peutietouetheiiee north 01 chains: thence cast  Ki chniu-c, liicin-e south (ill chains: thence west  til <-hains to point of commencement. Purpose  for which req(tired : reservoir site.  W. T. SIlATKOlll).  per I-'. It. Lati.mkj.'.  On led June L'nd, 1*10.1. -J.'i-O  WE MAKE  One tack duly  AND  OKA LKI) TKNDKIfS.  V-J    for School-house."  NOTICE.  1  One hundred million bushels  of wheat is the estimate-of this  year's crop in Manitoba and the  Northwest. The crop is. well-  headed out and no damage has  been sustained so far. The claim  that Canada is to be the granary  of the empire is fast being made  aipcrscribed "Tender  will be received by the  undersigned up to noon of Thursday, the 20th  of July, liKJTi, for the erection and completion of  11 large one-room frame school-house at Medley, ac.  Plans, speeijications.  contract and forms of  tender may be seen on and after the Kith  July, j for permission to purchase '/Idacres lif nioiin-���������  1SI05, tit the offices of the (iovernment Agent,    tain land situate in Osuvoos Division of  Yale!  ''nil-view, and of S. L. Smith, Ksq., Secretary of | District, described as follows:   Cammeneingat :  CIXTY days afterdate,   I intend applying to  vJ   the Chief Commissioner of Lauds & Works '  good  the School Hoard. Medley, Ii. C.  Kach proposal must lie accompanied by cash  or an accepted hank cheque, or certificate of  deposit on a, chartered bank of Canada, made  payable to the undersigned, in the sum of .?.-")0,  which shall be forfeited if the party tendering  decline to enter into contract, when called upon  to do so. The cash, cheques or certilieate of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will ho returned  to them upon the execution of the contract.  The successful tenderer will be required to furnish a bond, .himself, and two sureties in the  sum of ������.'������)() each, for the due fulfilment of the  work contracted for to the satisfaction of the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner. Upon the  execution of the bond the cash, cheque or certilieate of deposit above mentioned will be  returned to the contractor.  Tenders will not be considered unless made  out on the forms supplied, and signed with the  actual signature of the tenderer.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  \V. S. GO UK  Deputy Com. of Lands & Works.  Lands and Works Department.  Victoria. H. ('.. Ith July, W<k~>. 'HS-'l  I a post on west hank of Creek (one mile north  1 of Camp Creek ) about 7 miles east of Okanagan  j Lake:  thence  north IK) chains;  thence east 41);  chains;   thence south 00 chains;  thence west 10 '  chains to point of commencement.     Purpose \  I for which required : reservoir site. !  I!. A. SIIATFOKD. ';  per !���������'. 1L Latimkk.    :  Dated June I7th, liKJ.'). 23-0    !  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresii Meats  THEY STAND THE  2  PI  NOTICE.  OIXTY DA YS after date. 1 intend to apply to  v-3 the Cliief Commissioner of Lands & Works  for permission to purchasoKiOaerosol'mountain  land, situated in Yale District and Yale Division; Commencing at a post marked J'. K., X.  VV. corner, one mile east from Lot 1;)2; running  40 chains east, 10 chains south, 40 chains west,  and 40 chains north, to point of commencement.  This land is hounded on the south by the Tulu-  mccn river.  PKRCY RUSSELL.  Dated llfh June. Iflftf. 2'5-i)  Vegetables  AND  Fruit  I HEDLEY,  B. C.  Never   Known  to   f^eiil.  We do not make  Thin Wall Safes. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. JULY 20, 1005.  Town and DsstrwS.  It is time    Hedley   was  getting    a *  hustle* on for   Labor   Day.  Miss .Johnson has been re-engaged to  tcjich thi' Nickel Plate' school during  tin- coining year.  Frcel Wilson, re-piesenthig .McLe'ii-  nan. Ale-I'Yely A: Co.. wixx in town last  wi'ek.  George Howerinnii and   Koss  Allen   [,)���������. slinking up which he received  The     Commi'i-cial    Hotel    changed  hands on  Monday.   Air. ,J. K.   Fraser  Shutfords Lijnited have received a  car-load of Ogilvie's Koynl Household  Hour.  Mr. (Mark, ol' Green .Mountain, has  the Gazette's thanks for a fine mess of  new potatoes.  .Mrs.    \V.    .1.    Korbe.s   returnnd   on  Tuesday's stage fi-oin Green Mountain. ' ''t 1������* ������iw fiom the invention  of  Ner father,   .Mr! L. A. (Hark,   has  re- j ixwelcr   was   that   it   made   all  turned from Vernon hospital, hut will j eqimlly tall.    On Sunday night  take some time to recover  fully   from : neatly shown how electricity could he  used to  make all sermons equally long  or short as elesired.  A. Moyes has opened a wayside house  on the route of the Overland Flyer.- It  17  miles  below   Kerenu-os and   II  ^SOOSJSC^OSGOSCOSS������^  The C. P. H. have withdrawn theii  fyling of six years nge>, on the route  between hereanel Keremeos, and have  replaced   this   with     another    fyling j,s  set out on a prospecting trip -for   Knv  ger mountain and vic-inityon Tuesday.  L. \V. Shatford, M. P. P.. with Mrs.  Shatf,orel and children came in on  Tuesday night and will he guests at  the hotel Kimilk;uncc-n until their  house is built.  Rev. A. .J. Fowlie. of Princeton, will  hold service on-Sunday evening in the'  elining-reiom in Mi*. Schubert's, kindly  loaned by Mr. and Mrs. St-hubert fe>r  the  oe-e-asion.  There lias been considerable sicklies.*,  among* the children at Nickel   Plsiti*. j Tvjjf-ijt.]   Plate  have  the svmpathv of I **> the Chief Commissioner- of Lauds  On Tuesday two of the little folks were ; j^;,. ivi(;iuls because  of the  bereave-  broughtdownto the doctor by parents, j menl, snstaiiied in the  death of their  .Mrs. Chns. .loyne-r and \V  '"'������������������"��������� ��������� <u������L-������--Xl.     ---^���������,-l.--,.~-r^_-r--  ____  long and was signed by almost eve-ryes of the I ono (l" the West Fork,    ft will be sent  & 15  Bragg.  Louis Bossliart, an edd Boundary  prospector, came over from Greenwooel  last' week and went on to Copper  Mountain. He repents a re-awakening  and much business activity at Midway.  The professional card of IS. G. Warren, electrical engineer and contractor,  of Greenwooel. appears in another column. Those in need of his sen-vices or  advice will obtain .full information by  "communicating with him.  Mrs. E. M. Daly and elaughters of  Keremeos wore in town on Tuesday  on their way back from Princeton  where they have been spending a  couple of weeks. Airs Daly was the'  guest of Air. and Mrs. S. L. Smith.  little girl, .Marjory Beryl, who died on  Monday, after a brief illness. The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon.  j Mr. I. L. Deardoif did,penance, for a  elav or two last week as  the result  of  : ge:tting a piece' en- piee-es of rock in his  eye; while' working ��������� at the Pollock  mines. He luiel Dr. McEwen prospect  his eye for the rock out of place. The  doctor located it and. stopud it out.  .'J. D. Kearns came  in   from   Penticton em Thursday night last  where  he  has been looking up  business for the  Mutual Life of Canada   and  has  been  j successful in writing up a  number of  j risks.   The-  disclosures   in   life  insur-  ! ahce; in connection with the Equitable  J New York Life and New Yoi'k Mutual  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  *.  Crown Jars are  <<  n  Works, and it is to be hopoel  that the  Ge>ve:rninent   will  make' an  effort te> j  provide for the' building at the earliest |  possible elate. | \  It  may seem  a   trifling   matter  ttijk  have a elog which  is  in  the  habit of! O  ������  runmiig  out  W. A. McLean completed re-pairs to | arc helping the Mutual Life of Canada  the dam at Nickel Plate lake' last week. ', which has always been  noted  for the  A large volume of water is stored there j openness of its dealings  Avith   policyholders anel the public.  The latest natural attraction in Hedley is Fraser's freig.    It was elug out of  which will assist materially in helping  out Twenty-mile during the spell of  low water.  Attentiein is elrawn to the professional card e>f D. Coristine, A'. S.. at  Osoyoos. There are too many valuable  horses in this district to permit the-  attempt to do without a veterinary surgeon any longi'i-, and Dr. Coristine's ael-  vent le> thc'district is most eipportune.  Construction work, it is said by  those; in the know, will be; started from  the gi-fivel ten loot deep when the cellar was excavated and has taken up  its abode in a little puddle on Scott  Avenue formed by leakage from the  water tap and from this platform it  discourses frog music every evening.  Ft is 1-lHllejy's only frog, and the question "How old is Ann.'" as a brain  twister isn't in it with   that discussed  Midway this season by three lines of : by local naturalists and geologists in  railway���������the* Great Northern, the Can-' arriving at the age; of Finlay Fraser's  adian  Pacific and the  Midway A: Yer-: frog.  11011. All three1 lines will open up large , Mv. G. K. Naden. mayor elf Green-  and valuable mineral areas.���������Green-; wood, who is at present representing  wood Titne>s.- t-jie  Great Northern   Railway  in  the  Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hocking re-'! capacity of right-of-way agent, was in  turned on Thursday night's stage. ! town on Tuesday, having several par-  Mr. Hocking's health had sulTered   bv i ties in this  neighborhood  to see in re-  and  barking at  teams |  that are  passing.    As   a  usual thing!  nothing worse than temporary kiss of  temper on the part of   the   driver   re-1  suits, but occasionally  a  smashup  is |  caused with attendant elangor to  lite j  and limb for the oe-cupauts of the rig, j  and then the owner of the; dog is liable I  for a big bill for damages.    Ne>r is this j  all, for the. law courts  show  decisions j  where; such owner has  been  indicted  and  convicted  of   man-laughter.   To  persist in keeping a dog that is known  to have this habit is  to  incur a very  great risk.  A very much relieveel man last week  was .las. Hislop. P. L. S.. on receiving  a certain telegram. Daily papers, a  fe-w days previous, contained a short  newsMtem to the effect that a cloudburst was responsible for the drowning  of 500 people in the tenvn of Guanaju-  ago, Mexico. Mr. Hislop has a brother  practising dentistry there, and, being  unable to obtain details of tlie.disa.ster,  feareel.the' worst. He wireel elireV-t but  was some time in obtaining an answer.  Meanwhile he mentioned the circumstance te> Mr. M. K. Rodger* who knew  the Anii'i-ie-an consul at Giianajuago  anel who wired him, receiving the reassuring reply that Hislop was safe.  A later telegram was received by Mr.  Hislop himself, in answe'i- to the dispatch which he. had sent. The message stated: "Had a bath. Office gone-.  0. K. personally."  ' The dragons, griffins and devils with  forked tails, with which the Chinese  used to scare their enemies, we're not  more ti'i-rible than a Hi'dlev   base-ball  W. T. Shatford & Co.  General flerchants,   Hedley.  Hedley  Livery,   Feed  and  Sale Stable  HEDLEY,      -      =      B.C.  Strictly First Class Service.  Special  Attention given to  the Travelling Public.  Teaming ol' all kinds done.  Horses .Bought and Sold.  OTEL  EDLEY  The  Leading  House  For   ,  Commercial  Hen.   :   :   :  Best Only Provided for Table  and   Bar.  , owing to the fact that mineral  claims  One hundred dollars" worth of voung j are. held by many partners.    Over "on  i'el-  1 light  elog meat was the haul that some  low made in He'dley on Friday  last. L. C. W. [Rolls had three pups  that he valued at $50.00 each. They  were all present at tatoo mi Friday  night but at roll-call 'Saturday morning two were, absent without leave;.  After being out a small .stun in telegraphing to head off the thief he was  relieved to find that they had returned'.  Strangers are not likely  to  be   very  favorably impressed with the; appear-  reason of confinement and  the  char- j fcrenee to the route between  Midway  acter of the work in which he was e>n- j >'Uid Oroville.     He expected to make a  gageel���������that of preparing sample's in \ flying visit to Loomis before returning ^ pi,,ytM. S(.em,.,i to a Yernonite. Last  the- essay office', but the two months' \ tei the Kettle- River. Mr. Naden finels j ^.^ ,ls yws Rodgers was coming  outing and rest which he has had has i more trouble in settling up right ������f j hemic from Ashrroft he fell in on the  built him up in good shape. While j way through mineral claims than any tr.m) wjtll t<1(, |���������������<i,.,.hy ba-e-ball team  gone they visited {he Lewis <v. Clark ! other kind of realty, anel this is largely vvho we're going down to Armstrong,.  Fair at Portland. .'owiner to the fact that mineral  claims   ono inan short."to    play    the  Vcrnem i  team an exhibition game-.. The Ender- j  bv bovs at once prevailed upon him to !  play with them. When the game |  was ready to start with the Enderby j  men on the field, Wes at first base and !  a Vernon man at the bat. the Vernon j  te\-un ri'fuse-el flatly to play. The grand !  stanel was filled with spectators who '  hael paid to see' the game, and the- En-  derby men agreed to proe-eeel without  their Hedli'V rr-inforceinent, but Ver-  badly  shat-  Hi'dley  inan on first base, that   there   was  no  more play in thi'in.  W. F. REVELY,  Proprietor, w. j. Henderson, Prop.  STOP AT  the eastern e>nd most of the holders of  mineral claims are  giving free-  right !  of way.  On Monday night Mr. VV. H. Nou-is.  J.P.. of Midway, arrived in town on  Royer's stage. ft is seven years since  he was hero last, but his acquaintance  with the Siniilkanieen dates back 20  years or more. Mr. Norris recalls one  experience which he had in making a.  trip by pack train from the' mouth eif j non's ne-rves had been so  Trepanier creek on the west .shore of | tered by the  Okanagan lake-, across the'   mountains  TWEDDLE <_>��������� REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  Frfi....Ti.Mi���������i^M',i!M-aianp-������TOiBrirmij-iiiiL  ������_MJ,WI,U_J MM_IUM������������������T������������_UW������.������.I  ight of that one  ance of lledley's streets, and the; kick-   to Princeteni, then known as Allison's.  It was in the early winte-r and thi'y  came ve'i-y nearly being snowed in in  the mountains. Mr. Norris was the  feiuneler of the Mielway Aelvance which  he- conducted for several years during i  early conditions in the Boundary  Dis-  ing on the parte>f the' townspeople is  growing day by day as each week goes  past without improvement in the situation. The Board of Trade over two  months ago endeavored to have that  unsightly ridge along Scott Avenue  levelled oil', but it is still in the same  condition with the exception that the  stones have a somewhat more; bleached  appearance than they hail early in  April.  Now since it is apparemt that baseband's in the upper country will not  have rei-ovcree! sufficiently from their  fright at seeing a Hedley man, before  Labor Day, something must he done  to work up a match. The; Gazette  would .suggejst that the wheile state; e>f  Washington and the entire Great Northern Railway system be invited to  drum up a. team teifaco the music here  on September -Ith. They musn't ask  too much money to come, feir Heelley  neeels it to build hospitals and things.  The> honor of running up against a  team e>f which the: sight e>f ones member will give; a wheile; team the; shivers,  sheiultl count for something anil make  them ease up on the money consielera-  tion. In short we; want some baseball awfully bad without having to  pay too much money for it.    See?  iOLiVER&GLftDDEN  i  -:e������:-  trict, with which be. has stuck fust  ever since anel in which he has an  abouutliug faith.  Civil & Mining Engineers  Yoi'Ni  lilOS. Mi  di ED.  At Uoscbauk.  Ij.vttoii._ou .Mine  Young, liiejtlici-of l\M-s. Colbci-k.  !0tli.  .Io.vks.��������� At Xickcl Plate*, on July ITtli. Miu-jory |  Meryl, ilinijjlitcr of Mi-, and jMi-s. irorboi-t I  .lonos, iikciI -2 years itnel \ months. I  /VIIINES ^ncl  REAL    ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C  ion  CAPITAL���������$8,700,000. - - REST��������� $8,500,000.  Total Rrcseiuitciis (Nov. 30, '01)���������$91,000,000.  P&NT1CT0N BRflNGfi  A Hraucli of the Hunk is now open Ml  Penticton. 1?. C.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTJVIENT--Iiitoiu.stallo\vceloii dupositsof SUXiiuifl upwiu-ds  BANKING   BY  mfllL  Dcposits limy be niiidc uud  wltlidrawn by mail.   Special attention driven to  e-liiss of business.   ::   Drafts anil Money Orelevs issucel on all points.  A General fJankiny Business Transaeteel.  J. JVi. CHRISTIES       -       -       -       Manager  HBIWWWHWBliaBBBBg---  tliis  HEDLEY,  Ei.C;.  The   l_e;ac!:ri8:  Hotel of the-  Slmllkameen  V/stll_!y.   ���������.3_x_rasj_i.  This House is New and First Class in Every Respect,  Being Equipped with all Modern Conveniences���������Electric   Light, Telephone, Baths, Etc. :       :       >       :  --oRates TVlocieratte^c THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY 20, 1005.  A ''Good,  Safe  ey  Investment  e  is the supply point for the Nickel Plate inoun-  Lf^fl-lJj tain, on which is-.situated the famous "Nickel  Plnti-"-Tthc rie-hest geilelmine in Canada���������and many either  promising mines ,-mil prospects. It is the mining and business 'I  i-entre of the- ....  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  imilkdi_������@s!  the new niining district which has already been proven, by a;  small amount of development work, to be one of-the richest  geilel,-copper and coal niining sections of  Scott Ave. (main st.) .-,'.--.'  .    $400 to $600  Other Streets. .   ....,'������������������    ���������..  . $200 to $400.  Brifisii Columbia,  ....TERMS...  HEDLl^Y is the chief town"e>n the route of the proposed  ('oast-Kootenn\' Railway : and with the advent .of this road-,  which-is .assured in .the- near future,, it will unquestionably  bee-oine a large and important city, and town lots will bringing re-turns i">n moiicy invested-at the present time.:  Sfg__tn-a_t_i-ft^^  1-3 Cash; balance in 3-arid  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  Invest Now-  the Halfway ���������  For F'vill Particulars, Wlsips Etc?.,  '  .;'-,'. --fl'PPLY   TO���������    ���������  ���������������������������;"'   H  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and rianager,  XM  PV  & CO., Ltd.  o  Uancouuer, B. C  Single and. Double  Drivers.  Saddle   and   Pack  Horses.  Wood for Sale.  HOPKINS, ������������ McINNES, Proprietors, Hedley, B.C.  Wholesale and Retail  HARDWARE,     ."  STOVES,  SPORTING GOODS,  The  Commercial Hotel  HEDLEY, B.C.  Illll    11 'F11 i-IIHII���������l ���������! Ii III   I HI  II  I II     ill II    I      II  Tin's hotel under new management lias been  re-modelled, and lias 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  Wp:iamLa,>ti*uiiM w���������������_M!k-_ jja.  HERR-JXtt & WINKLER, Proi-s.  Choice   Liquors  and   Cigars  always in stock.  Good Table and Comfortable  Rooms.  Careful attention to wants of t*ra_'e'lling  puiJolicr and  regular boarders.  The   GRAND   L'iVIOiV is the nearest to the works of the Daly  Kedue-tion Co..  wlue-h makes it  especially .suiti'd for regular boarelers.  A I.I.   WIIITI-:   IIKI.I'.  HEDLEY, B. C  PENTICTON  Livery, Feed and staoe  ^ STABLES  === Established 1903 =__________  Fine New   Covered  Stage  Carrying   Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  (TOougall & 6o'������  LIVERY, FEED S SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������AIjSO-  -:<>:-  Special 'Riga for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid te> Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :  :o:  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  Proprietors- FAIRVIEW    AND     PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  BODY    FOUND.  Remains   of the   Late  T.   H.   Robinson  Recovered.  :    The boely or.the InteT. H. Kobinsoir  j ei'l' the'1.1 eel ley ���������'    Lumber    Company's  j.river gang, who was -.drowned- in   the  Similkaine-t.'u   rivi'i-   on   Sunday .June'  11th, was  recovi'i-eil   on   Frielay    last.;  j being- fotiniTin a-Iog jam  about three  ' miles below Bromley's.    After the*  ac-  je-ielenl on .'line- llih. coiinide-rable time  1 was spent in searching the   river,   but  1 without succes.-..   Appari'iitly the* body  ! had moved with the drive   for  it   was  1 by one' e>f the river drivers (hat it  was  j discovereil.    The-   ne-ws  was   reporteel  j to   Ueivernnii'iil    Agent    Hunter,   of  I Prince-ton, whe> diri-e-ted that Constable  I Ilaynes be notifle-el anel also the'   Corei-  j ne-r at Peiiiticteni.    When the-  circuin-  1 stances ^vel���������(' explaiiu'd to the Coroner  1 by 'phone-, lie-  gave-  orders  for  burial  without an inrpn-st which was deemed  unni'cessary.   there   being   no   doubt  j whatever of the   ifli'iitiflcation   of the-  ��������� man.    A cofifin Avas procurre-fl in  Kecl-  ' le-y and on .Sunrlny  the  remains  were'  I interred   on   the   burial    plot   at   the-  I Semtli end of Smeller flat.  NOTICE.  FttKi) I'b'.SSELL  I'nucv Kfssici.i.. Agent.  Dated 11_Ii .lime. V.m. ' _.-{_!i  NOTICE  Dated voist" e-iini) th.iv 10; ii. wo.,.  M. K. YOtJ.VCi.  ���������_'i-i)  W. D. VOUXO. Agent.  NOTICE.  fCTO'I'ICE is herobygiventhatsixty elnys from  '*���������? the date hereof, 1 intend to apply to', the  C'hicf Commissioner of Lands awl Works for  permission to purchase 5S0 acres of Intnl. east  of and adjoining- W. .Smytlio Parker's lot, AW. to  the west of Dog Lake, in the Osoyoos DTvisiun  of Vale District, described as follows: Com-.,  ineiicing at a post markeil "T. K." thence 20''  chains west: thence 40 chains north: thence SO  chains east; thence JO chains south: thence fin  eliiiins west to point of beginning.  Dated May 25th. 1005.  ���������_'(!-!) TlieHS. HO.\I)ire)U,SK.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that (10 days after  elate, 1 intend to apply to the .Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands anel Works to purchase  .'<2Uaercsof mountain L-mel, situate on Wolf  Creek o miles north of Voigt's camp: commencing at C. j-!'.. Shaw's initial or X. K. corner:  thence south SO chains ; thence wostilO chains :  thence'north SO chains ; thence east 10 chains to  place of beginning'.  Dated Voigt's camp, May 11th. l!105.  C. M. SHAW  ���������.'!--!) GEORGE  W. ALDOCS. Agent  NOTICE  !'MOTICE is hereby given that (>0 days after  j ���������'���������>,    date, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands anil Works to purchase 320  acres of mountain land, situate on .wolf (.'reek  I miles north of Voigt's camp:   commencing at.  I David .1. Innis's initial or X. E. corner;   thence  I west SO chains ; thence south 10 chains:  thence  I east SO chains; thence north 40 chains to  place  ,; of beginning.  !    Dat'eel Voigt's Camp May 12th. UlOo.  j DAVID .1. IXXIS  21-!) W. D. VOUXO, Agent.  NOTICE  N'  OTICE is hereby given that, fid days after  elate t intend to apply to the lion. Chief  Commissioner nf Lands ami Works to purchase-  .'120 acres of mountain land, sit'uate on Wolf  Creek I) miles north of Voigt's camp: commencing at Victor W. Voigt's initial or X. K. corner: thence west SO chains: thence south |o  chains; | hence east SO chains ; thence north  chains to nlace of beginning.  Dated Voigt's ciini|)  May IHth, ISKJ5  VICTOR W. VOIGT  21-il W. I). YOL'NG. Agent.  in  NOTICE.  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  "���������VTOTICE is hereby given that 00 el ays after  x* elate. 1 intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lunilsund Works to rm-ehase  320 acres of "mountain lanel, situate on Wolf  Creek 7 miles Xortli of Voigt's Camp: commencing at Geo. W. Aldous'initial or S. W. corner:  thence Xortli SO chains; thence East -10 chains:  thence SouthSOelialiins; thence West JO chains  to place of beginning.  Dated Voigt's Camp April 'irel. l'Kl.'S  21--!) GEO. W. ALDOL'S.  Try  Victoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure and   Invigorating.

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