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 \\  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. I.  No. 21.  HEDLEY, B. C:, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1905.  $2.00, in Advance.  Ghurch Services.  In tlic Methodist Church, on Sunday Evening  of each week, lit 7:30 p. m.  Strangers Cordially Invited.  HEV. C. E: DOCKSTEADER.  H. S. CAYLEY,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR;  Hedley, B.-C.  lONfl HOUSETHE P0E������F M  111 HEN journeying to the  GEO. E.  WINKLER,     -\  Penticton, B. C.  Estate and Mining Broker.  Real  Correspondence- Solicited from -Those' Having  Property to Sell.  R. H. ROGERS,: :  ,  . m.a.,"b.c.l:  solicitor, conveyancer,  notary public, etc.  Boundary Country ar-,,���������  range your plans to stop  .and rest a while, at the  IONA HOUSE, the half- . ,  way hotel l>etween Midway  and' Sidley. - This is where  the stage stops for dinner.  Good Accommodation at  Moderate Rates.  J. s. McLean,  Proprietor:  Further Postponement of One  Week for V.V. & E. Bill.  Death of F. Brunskill.  BMMERSON'S FLIMSY PRETEXT  Vernon, B. ,C.  QMRLES AE. SHAW,  /��������� {     Ci vii," Engineer,  *. ' ������  Dominion   'and n Provincial  ''t I   , Land' Surveyor. ^  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  HEDLEY,;     i~    :'    i:7 :      B.C.  NICKEL  Barber  PLATE  Shop, _,  The Pioneer Carriage  and  Repair Shop   I  flEDLEY,     -"'-      ft 6:  Hbi-se-Shoeing and all kinds  "of Blacksmithing done.    :   :  The Sub-Committee Slow in Making-  Report���������Why Doesn't Fitzpatrick  Stay at Home and Attend to ' Business.��������� C'P.R/s Boodle Money Evi-  -    dently Going to the Big 'Uns.  GEO. H. SPROUlfc,^}  :;: ^ -:: Proprietor.  Alex. F. McDonald  DEWDNEY & SPRINGETT  Metropolitan Block, VICTORIA  Real  Estate,  /Wining ������fe  Financial Brokers  Special Attention given to Similkameen Valley  and Keremeos Properties.  Owners of ALLISON Townsite Properties.  At this' Season a Good Spring  Medicine will assist Nature to  throw off "That Dead Feeling."  Look up that Old Family Recipe  and let as get it ready for you!  We have quite a variety of  Spring Tonics already on hand.  A. MEGRAW  Notary "Publics  Conveyancer, Real Estate, Mines,  suranee, Crown Grants applied  for under Land Act and  Mineral     Act.     >  In-  Spring Requisites  Such 'as Ammonia, jSulphur,  Chloride of Lime, Carbolic Powder, etc.-, etc., should be provided  for now.  Agent for:  '  The Mutual Life Assurance Co. ot Canada,  -.   London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.,  The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co.  Hedley,  B.C.  ftfl. WRIGHT  Boot and Shoe Maker  HEDI_E"V, B. C.  i Full Line of Flower and  Garden Seeds.  JOHIN LOVE,    ;  Druggist, (8^  v--Stationer,- ^-^'-:  HEDLEY & FAIRVIEW  F.  RICHTER k CO.  " Mrs. G. b; Lyon  DRY-GOODS  FANCY GOODS  BOOTS & SHOES  Millineru in Latest Styles  ���������AGKNTS l'OJl���������  MASON <������, RISCH Pianos.  f H&DL&Y,   -   -   B.6.  ..flltaita Meaj Market,  FRESfl AND CURED MEfttS  AVholcsalo and Retail.  \ff  a;  to  k6  \H  Hi  iii  Mi  m  \ij  Hi  to  ib  id  \b  Hi  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  OeneraLl Store  KEREJYVEOS,  B.C.  A Large and Entirely  New Stock of General   Merchandise  Just Opened.  Prices Reasonable.  . The supporters of the Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern charter attempted to  get their bill before the House of Commons Railway Committee yesterday in  spite of the fact that the first clause  had been referred to a special subcommittee for redrafting. '  When the measure was called, Mr,  Archie Campbell,.who presided in Mr.  Hyman's absence, remarked tha t the  subcommittee had not reported yet.  Mr. W. A. Galliher, member for Koo-  tenay, answered that it was only the  first clause that was committed to the  subcommittee. There was nothing to  prevent them', accordingly from taking  up the other clauses, ^ "���������  Hon, H. R. Emerson, Minister of  Railways, said there must be a postponement until'the Minister of Justice  could attend, as there was a very important point involved that Hon. Mr.  Fitzpatrick had to decide.  Mr.'Galliher replied "that the" bill had  already been considered by the Minister of Justice, who had approved the  clause in questiou. The same principle was involved in the Nicola, Kam-  loops and, Similkameen Bill that the  committee had accepted this session.  The Minister of Railways repeated  that he had a personal request from  his colleague asking that the bill stand  till he could attend.  Mr. F. D. Monk of Jacques Cartier  protested that the committee could not  take up the bill until the subcommittee  had reported on the first clause," which  had been referred to it at a previous  meening.  '   The chairman ruled that the  point  of order was well taken.  Mr. Duncan Ross, member for Yale-  cariboo, who has charge of the bill,  replied that he was quite willing to  meet the views of the Minister of Justice, and as a matter of fact the clause  -in its present form had aheady been  submitted for his consideration. [f  Mr. Fitzpatrick wanted to review the  .matter it was all right, but the main  point was that the bill must not be  ; unduly delayed. The contractors, who  were already in the field, were ready to  go to work, and were simply waiting  for'the-passage of the present legislation. . Mr. Ross proposed accordingly,  that the committee should meet tomorrow to proceed with the bill,  Hon. Mr. Emerson observed that no  cause had been made out by this discussion why the measure should be  railroaded through the committee. The  committee were disposed to expedite  business, but things should be done  fairly.  Mr. Galliher replied there was no desire to railroad the bill through, and  the measure, accordingly, stands till  the next regular committee  meeting  There is little in the way of details  to be given regarding the untimely  death of F. Brunskill who was killed  on the electric tramway last week, beyond that stated in the hurried notice  appearing in last issue, and inserted  after the forms were on the press.  When the accident occurred he was  walking on the ore train in the direction of the motor and with his back  towards the direction in which the  train was moving. In this way he did  not see the overhead wire which struck  him in the back of the head, throwing  hhn in between the cars. He was killed  instantly, his body derailing several of  the cars.  The Funeral.  (Communicated.)  Last Friday morning,   the  remains  of the late Fred Brunskill were buried  on a plot of ground" given for the purpose by the Daly Reduction Company.  The site selected is about  four  miles  from the mine and adjoins the road to  Penticton.    The funeral services were  conducted by the Rev. E. E. Hardwick  of Hedley at the  home  of  Mr. G. P.  Jones.   There was a large attendance  of the man's former companions numbering somewhere about 75. The house  being too small to accomodate the number attending, the service was conducted at the front of the house,- where a  short sermon was preached from Job  xiv1, v. 1J-. "If a man die shall he live  again."   At the close" of the service  the coffin was placed in a rig and all"  the rnen Walked out to    the    grave,  -where   the   service   was   concluded.  Among those present were Messrs M.  K. Rodgers, Kelzer,    Cootes,    G. P.  Jones, B. Jones and Yates,   and   Mes-  dames Jones and Joyner and Misses  Johnson and Mills.   The untimely decease cast a deep   gloom   over   the  whole neighborhood as the young man  had  made   himself  thoroughly   well  liked by all who knew him.  OF  TRADE  The Business was Principally  Routine.  WIRE SENT TO DUNCAN ROSS  Communications Received and Disposed  Of,'and Accounts Passed.���������Commit-  .tee Appointed to Send Message.  Important Strike.  George Cahill made a most important strike on the Triangle Fraction  this week, uncovering some 8 feet of  arsenical ore that pans in good shape.  It is believed to be the same deposit as  that on the Sunnyside, from which the  Daly Reduction Co. are now extracting large quantities of the ore that  supplying their mill.  is  Senator Templeman's views  on the question of the V.V. & E.  railway are sound, and in the  recent interview which he gave  to a reporter on that subject  they were certainly well-put.  His remarks have the right ring  about them, and if it were "in  meetin " one would feel like interpolating "amen, brother,  amen," especially after that  word "unconditionally." The  Senator said:  on Tuesday next.  New Pastor.  Give Us a Call!  R. J. WYNNE,  Manager  NOTICE.  ALL parties are forbidden to cut or rcmi  any saw-logs found on the river banks  emove  any saw-logs found on the river banks between the Indian mission- below Hedley and  the saw-mill.  By order,  21-1 THE HEDLEY LUMBER GO.  On Saturday evening's stage, Rev.  Louis Thomas, the new pastor for the  Methodist church reached Hedley, accompanied by Rev. J. A. Wood of Salmon Arm.  Mr. Thomas' last field was at Moyie,  and his work has been mostly in connection with the mission fields of the  Kootenays, but in Hedley he starts  out as s full fledged clergyman, the  ceremony of ordination being 'performed here on Sunday evening in the  presence, of a large, congregation by  the Rev. Mr. Wood, who accompanied  him for that purpose. Mr. and Mrs.  Docksteader will not leave for a few  days yet as the pastor who has been  in charge of the field where they are  going will not leave for a fortnight  or so. s   .      ���������  " My view as to the V. V. & E.  application for an amendment  to its charter is that it should  be granted, and, if need be,  unconditionally. Mr. Hill has stated verbally and in writing to me  as well as to others,  that the  company will build one hundred  and sixty miles from Midway to  Princeton this year. About fifty  miles of that one hundred and  sixty will be in the  state   of  Washington, and it will be located there, not for the purpose  of   developing    the   territory  through which it will pass, but  because by being so located it  will   better   serve   the mining  district of British Columbia by  providing low grades and resultant low freight charges.   Mr.  Hill has also stated that as soon  as a practical line to the coast  has been located by his engineers he will build from Princeton to the   New Westminster  bridge, through Canadian territory.    There is, it is quite true,  some question of the feasibility  of a low-grade line through the  Hope mountains, all in Canadian territory, to the coast, but  that point will be determined  more quickly by the V.V. & E.  engineers  than  by any other  authority."  The Hedley Board of Trade met on  Monday evening in E. D. Boeing's  Pool room.  There was a fair attendance of members, andW. A. McLean,   president  was in the chair.   After reading-and  disposal  of minutes,   correspondence  was read from Duncan Ross, M.P., advising, the Board that the resolutions  and petitions   to   the   Public  Works  Department for extension of the   telephone service and to the   Post   Office.  Department for a third mail per week  had been forwarded by him   to these-  departments with his recommendation  and intimating that when any definite  assurance for' compliance had been received from   these,    departments  he  would notify the Board.    Another letr  ter from'Mr. Ross  acknowledged  re-  ceiptof resolutions indorsing his position on the V. V. '& E: bill. Communication was read from C. A. R. Lambly.  to the effect that, he  .would  at once  take the necessary steps lo   have  fire  wardens elected in Hedley in  compliance with the wishes of the Board, al-  '  so a communication from 'Mr. Geo. Cahill, each being dealt  with* in     turn.  Account of J. Love  for telegraphing  and minute  book  was   received  and  passed.  The Board appointed a committee  consisting of the president, secretory  and F. H. French to draft a telegram'  to Duncan Ross, M. P., assuring him  of absolute unanimity of opinion in  the district in favor of the passing of  the V. V. & E. Bill, and the Board's  indorsement of his position in support  of same.  The telegram forwarded by the. committee was as follows:  To Duncan Ross, M. P.,  Ottawa  The Hedley Board of Trade view  with alarm the efforts being put forth  by the C. P. R. to accomplish the defeat of the V.V. & E. bill now before  the House, and in approving wholly '  your course beg to assure .you that  the Similkameen valley are a unit, in  favor of the .bill regardless of all polit-  leanings,     Wire  latest develop- ���������.  ical  ments.  A. Megbaw, Secy.'  Whiskey and Knives.  Jimmie Jameson, half-breed,- laid an  information on   Saturday   before. ��������� <A.  Megraw, J. P., against  Francois    an-  Indian who assaulted him withaknife.  Jamieson's 'jaw  required   a  plentiful'  supply of sticking plaster, which showed that the assailant had been directing his attention to the region  of. the  jugular as a likely point to. accomplish:  the most in the shortest time.   The as-,  sault took place on Thursday oh Keremeos Creek, about a mile above Olalla.  There had been a liberal supply of whiskey, and an old standing grudge between them, and as Francois has done  time in the pen for similar, performan-  ces, and Jamieson has also figured hi  police court as  a knife   artist   and.  plumes himself at times as- a bit of a  desperado, the conditions \yere apt for  just such an affair as that which .hap;  pened.   A warrant was issued for the  arrest  of Francois,    and    Constable  Haynes proceeded to execute the same.  In view of the fact that Fairview is  nearer forthe witnesses and that alock-  up is there, the local Justice directed  Constable Haynes to take the prisoner  before C. A. R.   Lambly,  S. MM for  trial at Fairview.  Later���������Another side of the story  is coining out, for no sooner was  Francois put in irons than Jameson is  arrested on a warrant issued in Fair-  view charging him with indecent asr  sault, and it was he who supplied the  liquor. THE HISDliKY GAZETTE. JUNE S, 1905.  Gbe Ibedley Gazette  ' and  '.���������  Similkameen. Advertiser.  Issued on Thursdays, by tlie Hedley Oak'utt*  Printing and Publishing Company,  Limited,  at Hedley. B. G. "  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Yeavl ....; '.'���������...���������/.:....&.QQ  Six Months  1.00  Advertising Rates  MoaHiu-omont, 12 lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  .. inch, $1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each Kubscqucnt insertion. Over one inch,  10 ccuts per line for flrsfc insertion and 5  .cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Land Notices���������Certificates of iinproveincnfcctc,  $7.00 for (SO-day notices, and $5.00 for 30-day  notices.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch 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  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  MEORAW,  Managing Editor.  Now Moon  3rd.  fSff  Full Moon  17th.  First qnar.  10th.  ^s^^^^^  Last qnar.  21th.'  1905  JUNE  i  1905  Sun. Mon.  Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri  ���������   ������31.  I  2  3  i      5  0  7       8  9  10  11     12  13  14     15  10  17  18     19  20  21     22  23  24  25     26  27  28     29  30  signed over' there/This road is  wholly within the Similkameen  riding and very much needed,  but in all probability it will  meet with strong opposition  from both the Okanagan and  Greenwood ridings. The people  of the Okanagan Mission Valley  have long entertained the fond  dream of that road going out  from there, and Greenwood h.-is  always looked upon the West  Fork in its present cul de sac  condition as a. special preserve  of their own. To the people on  the West Fork it is next to the  railway���������the very thing that  they need, for there is everything in its favoi- and nothing  against.  The   postal   department   in  Canada is fast getting into the  same condition of sloth and inefficiency as the average department of the public service in  Russia,   and  Czar Muloek appears to be as hard to get at  and as hard to move as Nicholas  himself.   There are those  who  have  the hardihood to affirm  that Mr. Muloek  is a  business  man and wants to infuse  business methods into the conduct  of the postal service.    How do  the people of Hedley relish the  sort of business that is manifest  in having all their letters that  arrive on Wednesday's boat at  Penticton lie there until Saturday morning, notwithstanding  the  fact that the same stage  which carries the mail twice a  week leaves Penticton on Thursday morning for Hedley without  any mail. Between- Phoenix and  Greenwood also there is a condition of affairs even worse than  this.   ��������� A stage leaves Phcenix  every day for Greenwood that  makes the trip of six miles in"  one hour, and it takes the mail  five days to reach  Greenwood  from Phoenix, and six days  to  reach Phoenix from Greenwood.  These things all happen in Yale-  Cariboo. Was it to receive treatment like this that the  electors  of   Yale-Cariboo   recently   expressed their satisfaction with  the present  administration  of  the post office department.   Recently in the  House  the most  glaring instances of incompetency and favoritism, have been  shown up against Mr. Muloek,  but not a word was heard there  of what we have to put up with  in Yale-Cariboo, and the somewhat   impatient   letter of Mr.  Ross to the Hedley Board of  Trade would indicate that beyond the presentation  of petitions  and resolutions and a recommendation of same by the  member, nothing had been done  to disturb Mr. Mulock's serene  repose.  That flash-light photograph of  the Toronto Globe roiling up its  sleeves and starting in to defeat  the Laurier candidates in London and North Oxford, which  the Toronto World skeptically  prayed that it might see, has  evidently not yet been taken.  Instead, however, here is a time  exposure, taken by itself, of the  Globe in the crawfish act. The  Globe says:  "The Globe, however, neither  defends nor condones this  one  action of the Government. Were  this the only question at issue  between the   political   parties,  and were there no supreme reasons of a public and national  kind why the Government,  despite this action,  should be sustained, and why its opponents  should  be opposed,   the  Globe  would not hesitate to carry its  criticism to its logical conclusion.   But this one instance of  what to us is a mistake in judgment and an error in policy is  not sufficient reason for seeking  the   defeat   of   a   Government  which on all  other points  has  deserved enthusiastic and loyal  support.   There are too many  other   interests involved.   The  position, of   the   Conservative  party even on this one issue is  so marked by indecision,  irresponsibility, and double dealing,  and so many of its advocates  have played so recklessly to the  gallery of radical and religious  animosity, that their sincerity  is discounted, and the Globe will  not join hands  with them in  their    campaign   against   the  Government."  That was rather a coincidence  pointed out by Baron Hayashi,  the Japanese Minister in London, that the battle of Korean  Straits won by the island kingdom of .Japan a week ago. was  fought in 1905, the fifth year of  thccenturyJustasTrafnlgurwrts  won in 1805 by sea-girt Britain.  In 1805 the question of the mastery of the seas was fought out  when Nelson's fleet in fair fight  in the open seaj crushed at one  blow the combined naval  strength of France and Spain.  In Korean straits while the issue  was narrowed to that of mastery  of .the eastern waters as between Japan and Russia, the  stake for either contestant was  no less vital, and right nobly  did Togo rise to the occasion  and fill the place of a second  Nelson. Korean straits has truly  become Japan's Trafalgar.  v.       B&NK-OF.-::...:'  British mmn America  Capital���������$4,866,666.  HEAP OFFICE TN* CANADA.  II. ST! K KM AX, Ocneral Managor  Reserve- $2,043,997.  MONTREAL  . EliMSLY. Snpt. of Branches  BANKING: BY MAIL--Accounts of pi  special attention, Deposits can buimulo through the mail, and sums added  thereto and -withdrawn at any time. : A General Banking'.Business Transacted. ���������'Drafts issued,' payable at all points in Canadaand abroad.   ���������     .  flcHAFFIE, Acting Manager  NOTICE  South African War Land Grant Act.  GRANTS of land made to Volunteers, their  heirs or ansigns, under authority of this  Act, arc subject to the condition that such lands  shall have been selected by the grantees on or  before the first day of July, 15105. Notice is,  therefore, hereby given that applications for  such lands must be filed at a Government Office  by that date.  R. F. GREEN,  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B.C., 2(>th May, 1905.  21-5  NOTICE.  THE DALY REDUCTION CO. Limited  TENDERS called for,  for beef, mutton and  pork by the carcas, delivered at Nickel  Plate Mine one year June 30th MJ05 to June 30th  MKW.  Tenders will be opened June 'JObh, 1005.  21-1    ���������       Daly Rkdl'ction Co., Limited.  J. ft. S6HUBERT.  Wholesale and Retail  -   ���������*   ���������     .   * ��������������� 1  : ,- V ���������'���������������������������'.'     N ' " '      ���������    ���������  General     Merchant  Groceries    /  Dry Goods,  Gents' Furnishings  Boots and Shoes  Etc., Etc;  Hardware  Flour and Feed  Sash and Doors  Lumber and Shingles  Etc., Etc.  3i  Stores���������HEDLEY and PENTICTON.  Jfi  NOTICE.  'M'OTICE is hereby given that 30 days from  ** this date, I intend to apply to tho Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works at Victoria for a licence to prospect for  coal on the following- described land, situated  on the ca>>t> side of the Similkameen river, opposite Ashnola: Commencing at a postmarked  Fred Wampolc's N. W. corner; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence west 80  chains; thence north 80 chains to place of beginning, containing 540 acres.  Dated the 25th day of April,-1905.  17-5 FRED WAMPOLE, Locator. ..-���������  NOTICE.  And now what about that  Black Sea fleet. Would it be  proper for it to attempt to pass  the Dardanelles? Its commander and the Russian people just  a short while ago thought it  would, but-at present they no  doubt think that it wouldn't be  quite right, seeing that they had  agreed that it should not. One  of the reasons why they wanted  to go through was that Great  Britain didn't want them to do  so, but now it is quite possible  that if they ask Britain's permission and Avill promise to steer  straight for Vladivostock Avith-  out any pussy-in-the-corner business or other kind of monkey-  fooling they will find John Bull  sufficiently good-humored these  days to grant the request.  Certificate of Improvements.  EDWARD VII mineral claim, situate iii Greenwood mining division of Yale district.  Where located; On Douglas mountain  about one mile from Camp Mclvinnoy. -���������  TAKE NOTICE, that we, Henry J. Homann,  *��������� free miner's certificate No. 80450, and  George M. Bennett, free miner's certificate No.  BB897, intend, fiO days from date hereof toapply  to the mining recorder for a certificate of im:  provements, for tho purpose of obtaining a  crown grant of tho above claim;  And further take notice that action, -under  section 37, must be commenced before the issu-  Hotel Keremeos  GEO.KIRBY, rianager.  First Class in  Every Respect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and. Lower Similkameen Valleys. . Post House on Penticton-  ton-Princeton Stage Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  ance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this loth day of April, 1805.  15-8  NOTICE.  MOTICE is hereby givoir that, 00 days after  *���������' date. I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase  100 acres of mountain hind, situated on Wolf  Creek: Beginning at a post on the west side of  Wolf ci-cck, and adjoining W. I). Young's pre-'  emption, thence west 10 chains; thence south  10 chains; thence east 40 chains; thence north  40 chains to place of beginning.  Dated Voigt's Camp, May 6th, A.D. 1003.  17-5 JOHN W. COO If.  A petition was circulated in  the Okanagan and signed by 109  persons asking the Provincial  Government to connect Penticton and the West Pork, by  wagon road, a distance of some  28 miles. Their petition has been  sent over to the West Fork and  doubtless will be as generally  Tire Vancouver Province and  Nelson Tribune are apparently  the only out-and-out opponents  of the Great Northern among  the newspapers in B.C., and the  weak wishy-washy stuff put up  by these two solitary exponents  of C.P.R'ism in comparison with  the strong case made out by  the others should in itself show  the authorities at Ottawa that  the people of British Columbia  should be listened to in this  matter and their wishes acceded to. That bogus, fraudulent  map published by the Province  to mislead was a disgrace to  decent journalism. The C.P.R's  position'must indeed be desperate when its organ has to resort  to such low-down tactics.  Fai f view's  Leading  Hotel   When ordering FLOUR insist  Do not permit your grocer to  Substitute, or persuade ypu  to take the Just As Good Kind  L  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO., Ltd.  VERNON   and   ElNDEfFStB'V, ,B. C   ;  B Golden Gate  H. JONES, Proprietor. !  Cawston ������ Edmond  (j*K-. <$\  PURVEYORS  This house was lately overhauled and enlarged, and  is now  comfortable and  convenient.  Charges moderate.  FAIRVIEW, B. C,  j  Try.  Vidoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  HI  J  0  r  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresli Meats  FISH  Vegetables  AND  Fruit  MAKE  JO  PI  m m  HEDLEY,  B.C.  One Grade Only  AND  THEY STAND THE  Heaviest  Fires.  Never Known to Fall.  We do not make  Thin Wall Safes. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JUNE 8, 1905.  Town and District.  ���������   A new 5-ton .safe f<<: l.'.ie  N. A. came in yesterday.  .Bank of B.  It is reported that IhelJ.iukof Alont-  '^real are opening a hr-inch   in    Nicola  this week.  Engineer Tracy's gang ' of Gt. Northern surveyors are at present camped  at.!. H. Bromley's.  If a suit gets a. little hit. scuffed,  don't throw it away. (Jainphell i&Shier  can make it look like new.  H. A. Wright will .move his shoe  shop to a huilding,that is being finished for him south of the Commercial  hotel.     ^  Mrs. .1. .T. Tracy wife' of Engineer  Tracy of the Gt. Northern arrived in  town last week on Beyer's flyer and is'  stopping at the hotel Siinilknmeeii.' ,  i The. Ladies'. Sewing Circle will give/a'  reception to our new pastor, Rev. Louis  Thomas, at the church on Friday evening.' All are cordially invited to attend.'  I  ���������        - ' I   ,  The Hedley Lumber Company's  drive pf saw-logs is now all o'ut-of the  Tulamcen river,"but, is,being, ,held at'  the mouth of China  Creek "until   the  weather is- a little more settled. '  ,y: '-,:.. - j - ������������������.,��������� i ������������������ ,. ;.- ,' .  Mr. Joe' Wiginore, well known in  the Similkameen" and Nicola districts  was in town last'week renewing acquaintance with numerous friends in  this portion of the district.  Mr. Wm. "Bryant, "'chef de cuisine",  at the"Commercial has-purchased the  old Welby ranch' from Mr. Studd with  the intention of raising .prize bred poultry and market gai-dening.        ,     ,���������  \ On Dominion Day, the ladies of St.  Mary's Guild will hold a rifle shooting  con test and strawberry festival, followed by a dance. Further particulars  will be given later. . <���������'  Campbell &' Shier have been preparing the foundation for their new building on Scott Avenue below the Nickel  Plate Barber Shop!  Geo. Spicule i has moved his blacksmith shop into the new building across  the streetr and work is in active progress to convert the hall building into  the hotel for Petersons.  The Nicola Herald is a neat publication started at Nicola Lake by J. A.  Fraser and.will be devoted to the interests of the Nicola district. The  Herald is a' likely looking candidate  for public "favor and the Gazette  wishes it success.  Beach-combers had better look out.'  Some saw-logs get away occasionally  from the Hedley Lumber Company's  boom and the -owners want it to be  understood that, these' logs arc not  contributed .to. Hedley's fuel supply.  See notice elsewhere.  Why is it like springtime in the  Hedley branch of the Bank of B. N. A.  this week? Because Winter'is going  away.. This' conundrum; is respectfully dedicated to the guessers-.of the St.  Maiy's. Guild and of the Twenty Cent'  Club, by the editor oh behalf of himself,-Myrtle and the other, boobies.  It was a wise common'sense course  that was taken this week in moving  to have a grade line established for the  guidance of those about to erect business places along. Scott Ave. Had the  city of Greenwood" taken a similar  course- .they,' %)r,ould. hjiye -.avoided .the  costly litigation that.i:esulted.,in leaving theni'several thousand- dollars in  the hole. The residents on Scott Ave; I  arc reonested to iiiee't at ���������Shatford's  corner, on Monday, evening; 1,2th inst.  at 8 o'clock.   ���������;    . .       ' ��������� .   ,.  j G. H. Winter of the Bank of B..N.<A.  who has been in charge of the Hedley  branch left by Monday's stage for Penticton. Mr Winter made many warm  friends during his brief stay here.-' "He  is succeeded in the management of the  Hedley branch by Mr. L. G. McHaffle  who thus takes a step up, and Mr. J. .1.  Irwin takes his place aft teller. '  Owing to the untimely death of Fred  Brunskill who was to take a prominent  part in the Nickel Plato school benefit  entertainment, the ���������management con-  eluded to cancel the entertainment, and  notices were posted that the money  would be returned for .tickets bought,  to all who would apply for same within a specified time. The entertainment may possibly be given a little  later on. - "  NOTICE.  ltf OTICIS is hereby given that sixty days after  x* date I intend to apoly to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  .to purchase 320 acres of land in the Osoyoos  Division ,of Yale District, as follows: Commencing'at the X. W. corner, about 10 chains  N. W. of Clearwater Lake. Kairview; thenco 80  chains south; thence oast 10 chains; thence  .north 80 chains; thonco west 40 chains to-tho  point of- commencement.  Dated at Fairvicw thiR 8th day of May, 1903,  18.5 W. .1. SINCLAIR.  ccocooscoecososoo  notice:  Mr. L. AV. Shatford, M. K P. went  out, on Monday's stage to Penticton.  He expects to go to Victoria before his  return which will probably^'l^o, Jn  about two weeks' time. Mis. Shatford  and.the children have been in Victoria  since the close of 'the'Vessidii.^-They  will accompany him ^back. to Hedley  on his return ahd\villinall=pi'obability  remain here as Mais Mr.. Shatford's intention to build'here."  The special number'of tlie.Kandoops'  Inland Sentinel to celebrate the 25th  anniversary of the paper is to hand  and'is a most interesting number. To  the publisher who will take' the pains  to delve among dusty relics" to compile  a number like this, much credit is due,  and for the interesting and valuable  narrative of early days prior" to' and'  during constructon "of the C. P.' Rr  the number is a veritable treat.  , R. J. Armstrong was in town on Friday last and showed the Gazette some  samples of Copper -ore' >fron Aspen  Grove Camp taken, from the Golden  Sovereign claim in which'he .has 'held  an-interest for"the past six years. The  ore specimens were beauties, showing  abundance ot,native copper,, the red  oxide (cuprite) and the two carbonat.es.  The mode of1 occurrence is- said tov be  the amygdaloidal form which marked  the far-famed Houghton and Hancock  deposits on the South- shore of Lake  Superior. Transportation1 to Aspen  Grove should w,ork wonders there, for  where ore exists in such quantity and  quality as that already shown up; the  outlook is bright indeed.  M OTIC IS ii hereby given that sixty days from  x' the date hereof, I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands nnil Works for  permission to purchase 320 acres of hind, east  of and adjoining W. Sniytho Parker's lot 253, to  tho cast of Dog Lake, in the Osoyoos Division  of Yalo Distaict, described as follows: Commencing at a nost marked " T. R." thenco 20  chains west: thence 40 chains north; thence 80  chains cast; thence 10 chains south; thence (W  chains west to point of beginning'.  Dated May 25th, MJfti.     ,  -'0-9 TIIOS. UOADIIOUSK.  We have just opened up a  large shipment of  ...AND.  NOTICE.  MDTIOE is hereby, given that. CO days after  *' date, I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands & Works for permission  to purchase ifiO acres of land lying southwest of  and adjoining M. A. Voigt's land. Lot 3,30), in  .the Osoyoos,Division ofi Yale District: ��������� Commencing ativ post marked Athol Eraser's south-  cast corner, thence north 40 chains to the south  boundary of-Lot 3,570, thence west 80 chains,  thence south"40 chains, thence cast 80 chains to  point of commencement.  Dated at Voigt's Camp, April 1st, 1JXJ5.  13-9 "- -        '.,.ATHOL FrRASEH.  NOTICE.  lifter  the  ���������ks for  permission to purchase 480 acres of land in the  Osoyoos1 Division of Yale District, and more  particularly described as follows: Commencing  at the south-east corner.of Lot3,K>8, G. H. Cabin's purchase on 18-Mile Crcok, running thence  "wcstSO'chains to the Indian reservation; thence  south (i0 chains; thence cast 80 chains; thence  north 00 chains to point of commencement  .-   "  A. D.WORGAX, '  per G. H. Caiiill, Agent.  Hedley, H. C, 5th April, 1905. 11-8  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that sixty  x* days after date I intend to apply to the  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  to purchase 320 acres of mountain land, situate  about two-and-one-half miles northwest of  Voigt's camj)".  -     '   ���������  Commencing at a |M>st marked J. T.-James.1  northcastcorncr; thenco south 40chains; thence  west 80 chains; thence north 40 chains; thence  cast 80 chains to point of beginning.  Dated April 1st, 1905.  15-9 J. T. JAMES.  NOTICE  NOTICE  T\JOTTCE is hereby given that, SO days from  x>l this date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and 'Works  to purchase 320 acres 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 80 chains; thence East 10  chains; thence North 80 chains; thence West 10  chains to place of beginning.  Dated Voigt' Camp May 10th, 1905.  ���������"'    *, M. K. YOUNG,  21-!l W. D. YOUNG, Agent.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that 00 days after  date,.I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to -purchase 320  acres of mountain land, situate oh. Wolf Creek  t miles north of Voigt's camp: commencing at  David J,Jnnis's initial or N. E. corner; thence,  west 80 chains: thence south 40 chains: thence  east 80 chains; thence north 40 chains to place  of beginning.  Dated,Voigt's Camp May 12th, 1905.  DAVID J. INNIS  21-9 W. D. YOUNG, Agent.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby, given that 00 days after  date, I intend to rf'pply to the Hon, Chief-  Comiuissloiicr of Lands anti-Works,to purchase ;  320 acres of 'mountain land, situate- on -Wolf I?  Creek 7-miles North of Voigt's Camp: commencing at Geo.' W. Aldous' initial or S.. W. cornor;  thenco North SO chains; thence';East 40! chains;  thence South 80 chahihs; thence -West. 40 chains  to place of beginning.: ":'.;���������'':V"0- ^: ,'*J\,"'���������.'."'':''-:���������������  Dated Voigt's Caiup April*3rc1, '1905%- .: '  21-9 ��������� ��������� \ . .... GEO. W; ALDOUS. . *"  VTOTICE is hereby given that 30 days from  *' this date, I intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner Of Lands and  Works at Victoria, for a licence to prospect for  coal on the following described land, situated  on the east side of the Similkameen river, opposite Ashnola: Commencing aba post marked  Eniil F. Voigt's N. E. corner; thenco west 80  chains; thence .south 80 chains; thence cast 80  chains; thence north 80 chains ��������� to place of beginning, containing 640iacres.:-';  . Dated the 25th day of April, 1905. ; L  "- r .'"���������'���������- ������������������     EMIL F. VOIGT, Locator;  "G-ASJ; FRED WAMPOLE. Agent.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that (50 days  date. I intend to apply to -the' Hon.  nor of Lands and 'Works   ���������,���������.! mountain  land,  situat-   ..  Lircck 5 miles north, of Voigt's camp: a  cing at C. M. Shaw's initial or N. E.'  after  Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase  320 acres of mountain  land,  situate  on Wolf  Creek 5miles north.of Voigt's camp: commen-  corner;  thence south 80 chains ; thence west 40 chains;  thence north 80 chains; thenco ea^t 10 chains to  place of beginning.  Dated-Voigt's camp. May 11th.: 1905.  CM. SHAW'  21-!).. GKOUG1C \V. AUnOUS, Agent  NOTICE  Tenders  Wanted.  Dr. Mathisoii returned.Prom ; Princeton on Tliiirsclay,,..and hiirr/ied to   get  through his work here in> time to get.  away on Wednesday' morning's:stage, i  Ffis stay in'Hed ley, it is hoped, \va������ as'j  profitable to.lijn'iseJf ������'iij ft-Aylis :s;i.ti.sfae-j!  tory'to'-iiis. patients-aud- pleasing, to.j  his friends./   The doctor'was one time,  proprietor and manager of the leading  job printing establishment in.Vancouver, and for high-class work stood at  the head of'the list barring none.  The  rigid attention to detail and scrupulous cleanliness which l'uade. his work  talk for him as a.printer has also been  carried into his practice of dentistry.  The innate love of the artistic devel-  opiid>ih;'tiie printer is still very strong  in him and the smell of printer's ink is  yet potent to arouse the old love and  cause him"to' gravitate to tho print  shop,.where, he is always .a..welcome  visitor, ������������������'-"In the Gazette plant he took  particular interest, admiring the job  faces and general utility of the. plant,  and much   of   it was   purchased  on  his own,recommendation for he was  asked to giye his tidyice before the selection was completed.  '"PENDICKS, will, be received by tho under-  ���������*��������� signed up to Juno 10th, for the puvchuso of  tho entire lot or any part of tho lumber formerly  belonging to .1. A. Muiwon. located at the rear  of the Commercial Hotel;; Hedley. ii. C .  ���������20-2 ('. F. PACKARD. Agonl.  NOTICE.  TAMES  J. at J  WALLACE, of the Princeton Hotel,  Princeton, intends to apply to the Licence  Commissioners, for tho Nicola District for permission to transfer his hotel licence to Albert  Thomas Dryant.  Dated at Princeton, May 11th. LSI05. '"  17-5 JAS. WALLACE.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 60 days after  date I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase  320 acres of mountain land, situate on AVolf  Creek 3 miles north of Voigt's camp: commencing at Victor W. Voigt's initial or N. E. corner : thence west 80 chains; thence south 40  chains; thence east 80 chains ; thence north 10  chains to place of beginning.  Dated Voigt's camp May 13th, 1905  21-9  VICTOR W. VOIGT  W. D. YOUNG, Agent.  NOTICE.  ���������VTOTICE. is hereby given that, .'{0 di  x'   date, r intend to make applicatio  days after  'on to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  special licence to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands, situated in  tho Siniilkainecn District: (a| Commencing at  a post planted on the east shore of Ottor lake,  about one half mile north of the outlot and  niavjced .lames Watt's south-west corner; thence  east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains: thence  west 80 chains; thenco south 80 chains along  tho lake shore to point of commencement.. ���������>  (b) Commencing at a. post planted near the  south-east corner of Lot 151, marked James  Watt's south-west corner: thence-cast80 chains;  thence north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, to point of commencement.  (c) Commencing nt a post planted on tho north  side of the wagon road leading from Princeton  to Granite Creek, about 0 miles from Princeton  and marked James Watt's north-east corner;  thenco west SO chains; thenco south 80 chains;  thence east 80 chains, along the bank of the  Tulamcen river; thence north 8(1 chains to  point of commencement.. .    .  Dated May 5th. 1905.  17-5 JAMES WATT.  ...TAILOR MADE CLOTHING...  We make the kind which pleases the wearer.  ���������:o:-  Splendid  new lines of samples in fancy and mixed tweeds and  worsteds;, also blue and black serges of the finest  quality are open for your inspection.  Renovating Ladies' and Gentlemen's garments a specialty.  6flMPBELb & SHIfcR.  Glassware  and  this  can  line  now supply anything  for Hotel or Family  you require in  use.  We have- a good stock of-  Bar Glasses  W. T. Shatford ������> Co.  HEDLEY, B.C.  Hedley  Livery,   Feed  and  Sale Stable  OTEL  EDLEY  HEDLEY,  B.C.  Strictly First Class Service.  Special Attention given to  the Travelling Public.  Teaming of all kinds done.  Horses Bought and Sold.  W. F. REVELY,  Proprietor. | W. J. HeilderSOIl, PFOP.  The  Leading  House  For  Commercial  Hen.   :   :   :  Best Only Provided for Table  and Bear.  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  TFe Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <������. REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention.to the  Wants of the Public.   Livery Barn in Connection.  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN  HEDLEY.B.C.  The Leading Hotel of th������ Similkameen Valley.  This House is New and First Class in Every Respect,  Being Equipped with all Modern Conveniences���������Electric Light, Telephone, Baths, Etc.        :       :       :       :   -*������������������*���������^Rates Mociorat^Gw*-���������**.  A. McDermettp Proprietor. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JUNE 8, 1905.  PROPERTY IN HENLEY-  Is  A  Good,  Safe   Investment  And  Will  Make  Money  U| afll^V 's ^ne snl)P^y P������hit for the Nickel Plate inoiin-  ��������� ���������vlllvj tain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects. It is the mining and business  centre of the  Similkameen  the new mining district which has already been proven, by a  small amount of development work, to Ihj one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway; and with the advent of this road,  which is assured in the' near future, it will unquestionably  become a large and important city, and town lots will bring  big returns on money., invested at the present time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....   $400 to $600  Other Streets      . .$200 to $400.  ��������� ��������������������������� 1 dv-tTld.**.!*  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  For Those Who Invest Now.  1 t ^  ====Fnrchase a few Lots before the Railway Coincs^^^  F?or F*ull Particulars, Maps JSte.,  * ��������� flLf������f������I-Y   TO ���������  The Hedley City Townslte Co'y, Ltd.  L. W. SHATFORD, . = . HFHI   F?V     R   C  :        Secretary and flanager, * II^Ij/I^EhI a- Di Vi*.  ICommercia! Hotel  HEDLEY, B. C.  . . r This; hotel under new management lias been  re-modelled, arid has ample accommodation for  a large number of people.  The table is supplied  /���������;��������� with the best in the market. .The bar contains1  thepopiilar brands of liquors and cigars.  J. K.  Srietdr.  ESTABtlSHfeD 1903  ���������   Fine New Covered Stage Carrying Ttoyar Mail,  Passengers and Express to;  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  :0:-  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to "Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  -:0:  Mclennan, McFlLTS eo., Ltd.  Vancouver, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  HARDWARE,  SPORTING GOODS.  Grand Union Hotel  ; HEIiEING & WINKLER, Props.  W. E. WELBY, Prtprtetor.      |  Choice   Liquors and   Cigars  always in stock.  Good Table and Comfortable  Rooms.  Careful attention to wants of travelling  public and regular boarders.  The GRAND UNION is the nearest to the works of the Daly  Reduction Co., which makes it especially s\iited for regular boarders.  Alili WHITE HELP.  HEDLEY, B. C  SIMILKAMEEN  ���������;  Feed and Sale Stable  Single and Double Saddle  and  Pack  Drivers. Horses.  "��������� Wood for Sale.  HOPKINS (& MaiNNES, Proprietors, Hedley, B.C.  &6o's  LIVERY, FEED 0 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������ALSO���������  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND    PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  Good Horses arid Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses'always on hand.  NAVY'S BEST ASS^T."  Britain's Rachlca* VTaafe of SmokcleM Coal  Called-Attun'lliin Tn.  In the course of a remarkable letter to The Times, W. Boyd Hawkins,  professor of geology at Victoria University, 'Manchester, calls attention ���������  to the reckless manner in which we  are dealing with our limited supplies  of smokless steam con).  "The extent," he says, "to which,  steam coal is being sold to our rivals  for the equipment of their navies ha*  been clearly proved by the trade returns" of the-last six months and the  facts disclosed in connection with the  Russo-Japanese war.  "The whole question is rapidly taking a shape that will arouse the interest, if not the indignation, of the  British public, touching as it does  our position as one of ��������� the great  powers of the world. The Government will have to accept the respon-_  sibility if it turns out that it is to*  late to shut t*he stable door.  "The South Wales smokless steam  coal does not occupy more than one-  fifth of the.' area of the whole coal  field; and, according to the director  of naval contracts, out of the,many  collieries in South ��������� Wales there art  only 24 on the Admiralty 'list for  the supply'1 "of the British fleet;,,  "We have a monopoly "in Europe o*  one of the most Valuable elements te  naval warfare," related' to'other coals'  as smokeless to' black gunpowder.  Wc are, 'however, not dealing with it -  as befits a' great, nation struggling  with powerful and jealous 'rivals, who  are ready r'to' take ,evcry advantage; .  and still less are we acting as administrators of a great inheritance  'common to us and- to our successors.  "The total' quantity yielded by the  24 collieries on the list of the - "Admiralty in 1902-.M was 13,000,000,  out of which only one-thirteenth was  used for naval purposes. The' Vest  was disposed of;according to private  interest and without regard to the  public weal. -   ��������� ���������  -' "We    are     allowing  our - rivals   to  .draw    heavily 'on    our    limited sup-   ���������  plies,  and at the same'time''we' are  building  two  battleships  for  one    of ���������  theirs,  so as to    maintain  our position,  knowing  well  that'a  squadron'  using    foreign    coal"   would'   be    no  .match, for our ships   using our own  supply. '\ ,  The difficulty,' Professor Dawkiris  thinks, may "be solved "with letis't dis-"  turbancc of trade by "(1) -Placing1 a-  very heavy, tax on smokeless steam  coal, which would probably be paid  by ^ foreign Governments without  hesitation; (2) devoting, say, the  price of two or three ironclads' per  annum, plus the above tax, to the  purchase of properties containing  smokeless steam coal for national  purposes in the future."'  A ���������i-UUhar on Sarab.  The Man at The Office Window   in  The London Daily Chronicle thus unburdens    himself regarding    a    lady  whose fame is world wide. An admirable     photograph    of    Mine.    Sarah  Bernhardt appears in a French illustrated magazine.   It    represents   her  among tho rocks at Belle Isle, com-'  muning with-the ocean, and probably,  adjuring it, after the manner of Byron, to "roll on." .   To .. reach    tha.  rocky altitude the actress must have  had a stiff climb; yet" she is wearing'  a   pair ' of   fashionable ��������� - high-heeled  shoes, totally unsuited for climbing.  This   seemed odd   until' a keen ��������� observer discovered in a corner of the  photograph another pair    of_   shoes,  admirably business-like,  among    the  rocks, but not    picturesque    enough  for communing with tho 'ocean. They  had  served  their purpose;   they had  borne the burden and heat:   of    the  day; and now their rivals    had    the  glory.      But the    camera had done  them justice after all, and,    as   the  keen observer reiffarks,  they will go  down    to    posterity as    proofs    oi.  Mme. Bernhardt's artistic care even  for the humblest details.  VadUturiM*.  A fashionable loader of London so*  ciety lately drove up t������ one of her  friends' afternoon    at    homes in    *  motor   car,   and entered    the room  with a look of unusual pleasure in  her face.   "Dear me, have you found  sixpence that you look so pleased?"  asked her hostess, as she came   forward to shake hands.   ;*Better than  that, my dear," replied tho visitor,  "I have discovered    myself to be a  woman of courage, and X am proud  of tho fact.   Only fancy, as we  wero  coming here my chauffeur, clumsy' fel-.  low, never observed    an  old gentleman who was crossing)    tha street.  Our car knocked him over and bumped terribly, but, if you can bolieve it,  dearA.I wasn't frigh^ejM a Mt/_L  A tidy letter-head or bill-head commands attention from those with  whom you do business. The Gazette  print-shop can fit y ou out in style.  FORTY-FIFf H YEAR.  66 PAGES t WEEKLY : ILLUSTRATED.  roiSPENSABLJl) TOlfflG MEN  $3 PER YEAR POSTPAID.  8ENI> JTOB SAMPLE COPT.  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