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Array ^  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  JtJ* 24,  ^  Vol. III.  ���������No.' 23.  HEDLEY, B. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1907.  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX.' LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of  Branches  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Rest, - - - 5,000,000  Total Assets, - 113,000,000  BRITISH COLUMBIA PLACERS.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  87  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :  $5 and under     3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10..     6 cents  "    $10        "��������� " $30    10 cents  "    $30       " " $50    15 cents  These Orders are payable at par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking: points in the United States.  They arc negotiable at $4.90 to the ������ sterling*.in Great Britain and Ireland.  They form an excellent method- of ��������� remitting small sums of money with safety  and at small cost, and may be obtained without delay at any office of the Bank  Penticton Branch, L. M. de Gex, Manager.  WILLIAM E. BURRITT  BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  ETC.  KILLED BY LIVE WIRE.  Offices:  411 Seymour St.  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  CHARLES JE. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial,  .;. Land Surveyor.  Orders man be left at Gazette office.  HEDLEY,      ::       :       :       B.t>.  Little Francis . Bragg Dies Suddenly at  Goldfields,   Nevada.  R.  H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BAR11TSTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  HORACE F. EVANS  GEOLOGIST  (College of Liberal Aits)  Will report on geologic conditions in the  vicinity of Nickel Plate Mine, and Similkameen country generally. : : Dependable  and   disinterested reports furnished.  HEDLEY,  13. C.  Grand Union  Hotel       -  HEDLEY, B.C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  A.  MEG RAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,   Heal Estate.  "Mines,  Crown    Grants   Applied   For  Under  bawl  Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,   B.  C.  People in Hedley will be shocked to  learn the bereavement of Mr. and-Mrs.  Frank Bragg at Goldfields, Nev., and  deepest sympathy is felt.here "for the  .sorrowing parents*. The Goldfields  Daily Tribune of May 25th gives the  following details:  With a convulsive trembling of.the  muscles, the life of the two-year-old  child of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Bragg \yas  cut short by a shock of many thousand  volts of electricity from a live wire in  the transformer" room of the American  mill yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  There is very little to the story of  how it happened, but the extreme<pa-  thos of the sudden death of. the two-  year-old boy, and tlie picture of the  sorrow-stricken family will appeal to  all. The child had accompanied a  friend to the transformer 1:;-jux, or L&il  followed him in unsuspectingly, while  the friend, was.making repairs to some  part of the wiring. Without knowing  the deadly powers of the wires, the  child wandered around, the friend  with whom he had come to the room  being too much engrossed in his work  to watch what the child was doing.  Suddenly the child uttered a low  moan, and turning quickly, the friend  saw him clutching one. of the low  wires which crossed and recrossed in  seeming confusion a short distance  above the floor, too low for a man to  grasp, but low enough for a child to  hold as he walked beside them. The  man jumped to the rescue, but even as  he did, the little body stiffened Avith the  tremendous current passing through  it, and then sank lifeless to the floor,  from which it was picked up and carried to his parents', home.  Mr. and Mrs. Bragg, the. father and  mother of the child, live in a house  adjacent to the American mill. The  mill is not running at present, but the  transformer room is open for repairs,  and the current was turned on yesterday.  The funeral will be hold from the  parents' home today at 2:30 o'clock.  Interment will bo in Union cemetery.  Further Instalment of Horace F. Evans'  Interesting  Article  in the  Mining Wbrld.  In the Pend d'Oreille valley during  1858 the gravel terraces which lay-  above the present high water, level  were profitably worked for gold and  as much as $100 per man per day was  realized by working slimes on ground  about 25 ft. above the river. '  On the, Columbia river near old Port  Colville only the lowest level gravels-  were worked, and to reach these it  was necessary to strip oil' the overlying deposit of eelian sand.  At Hell's bar near Port Yale high  level gravels weie worked.    It was in  this locality in the early'60s that a  rude stone moitar was found.    It was  uncovered in one of the gravel terraces  about 30 feet below the surface and  about 40 ft. from the face of the slope;  Opinion has  been divided as  to the  workmanship of this mortar.    Some  authorities  have attributed it to. Indians, and others to prehistoric man.   ,  The gold won from  the Fraser was  chiefly of a low fineness and 'about 860-  l,000ths   represents the   assay value.  The analysis showed 80 gold, 10 silver,  and 4 copper and oxidizable material.  The alloy was principally silver and  copper.   The samples from the higher  parts ;of the Fraser, valley were associated with osmiridium, platinum, rutile,  magnetite, and sometimes black spinel  and garnet, the last three named having: been   found in   separate   minute  crystals. .. . :  ���������  The scales of gold from the more  southern  localities   were   mostly   of  small size, rarely exceeding 1-10 in. in  diameter,   and   were, generally   yery  much smaller.   This variety is known  to miners as float gold,  and was  collected with much difficulty.    It was  the opinion of early  observers   that  there was not direct relation between  the minern 1   chant<jie������ - oli   the- rooks  forming the walls of the valleys, and  the greater or lesser quantity of gold  in any of the localities mentioned.    In  the lower Fraser country where gold  was found the formation is gneiss and  granite of ancient dates near Vermillion forks (close to Princeton) of Tertiary and Cretaceous rock's,  at Bock  creek and the  lower part of the Similkameen of black slate intersected  by  greenstones and igneous dikes,  and at  the mouth of the Pend d'Oreille of  similar black slates and limestones and  the Colville syenites and greenstones.  It was inferred by the eai-ly investi  GT. NORTHERN'S NEW TIME.  Schedule of Train Service on S. F. & N.  Division and V. V. & E.  Extension is Changed.  A new schedule of train service on  the S. F. & N. division has just been  received from W. A. Ross, assistant  general passenger agent, which wag'inaugurated. Sunday, June 9, as follows :  "A through train to Oroville. without change, will leave Spokane 10:15  a. in., Marcus 2:40 p. iii.; arrive at Oroville 9:30 p. in. The equipment of this  train Avill include a buffet-parlor car,  which will be placed in service between  Spokane arid Molson. The southbound  train will leave Oroville; at 6 a. m.,  Marcus 12:25 p. in., arriving at Spokane at 5 p. m.  ''A through train to Nelson, without  change,.-will.leave Spokane 4:25 p. m.,  Marcus 8:45 p.m.; arrive at Nelson,  1:55 a. m. The southbound train will  leave Nelson 12:30 a. in., Marcus 5:35  a. m.; arrive at Spokane at 9:45 a. m.  The equipment of this -train will include a buffet sleeper car."  LICENSING   COURTS.  List of Hotel-keepers to Whom Licences  are Granted in Similkameen  and S. E. Yale.  EXAMINING GOLDEN ZONE.  The Owners, Accompanied by T. Marks  and  H. Bahrs, Visit Camp.  ic   Tulameen  The  meeting  gators from the .smalhiess of the scales  OLIVER k GLADDEN  -:o:-  A  JUNE WEDDING.  Civil & Mining Engineers  7VU1NB������ and  RlBiOLL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B.C.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Kates Moderate.  A. Baknes, Prop.       Penticton-, B.C.  Bird-Heimiller.  An interesting social event took  place iu Keremeos on Tuesday, .lune  18th, when W. M. Bird, of Oroville,  was united in marriage with Miss  Clndia Heiiniller, daughter of Mrs.  Soukup. The marriage ceremony was  performed by Rev. A. H. Cameron.  The groom was supported by Mr. H.  Tweddle, and Miss Lillian Heiiniller  was bridesmaid. Friends of the bride  present at the wedding were Mrs. Soukup and Mrs. B. Garnett, of Medford,  Ore. The couple left for Oroville and  Spokane and expected to go through  to the Coast.  The Mining World says:���������"At Vermillion Forks, Princeton, Mr. Waterman, representing the principal coal  properties of the neighborhood, has  two shifts at work. The product is a  lignite coal of good quality and a, considerable quantity is being removed in  the course of sinking and drifting.  The coal is claimed to be of good  blacksmithing quality and excellent  for steam   purposes.  of gold obtained that most of the  gravels were the remnants of older  drifts lying farther to the north, and  this is held to be confirmed because  the gold fragments are known to increase in size northwardly. The gold  of Cariboo in lot 53������ N. was made up  of coarse lumps often from A to ^ in. in  diameter, and equal in size to the average nuggets found at Quesnelle river  and at the head of North Thomson.  The same observers maintained that  the gold of Rock creek and other localities, the former especially, was not  derived from the slates or the quartz  runs intersecting them, and they further maintained the gold did not result from the decomposition of the  contained iron pyrites. This, it was  held in those days, was not a very  probable source.  It must be admitted that 45 years  ago mining geology had not made the  advance which characterizes it at the  present day. Although placer mining  in British Columbia lias never ceased,  early streams it  in a desultory  way, and of late years it has shown  evidences of a renewal on a more enlightened and perhaps more extensive  scale than it was conducted in pioneer  days.  The entire subject of placer mining-  anil its systematic renewal in British  Columbia involves such questions as  concentration by mechanical water  action, how gold is freed from associated base metals in the outcrop of veins,  how it is purified and chemically concentrated, the reason that gold placers  frequently occur near mines containing other metals such as silyer, lead,  copper, etc., effects of glacial action,  theories of miners that glaciers are responsible for many placer deposits, the  different kinds of stream gold placers,  Messrs. J. J. Marks, Paul Brodhagen  and J. Murphy, owners of the Golden  Zone group, made a trip to the property on Thursday last, accompanied  by Mr. T. Marks and Henry Ba-hi.s.  Taking the first car up the tramway  and having horses at the Nickel Plate  in readiness they were' able to make  the Golden Zone in good time. '  ��������� The Golden Zone group, at the head-  wnters of Twenty-mile, is about ten  miles or more by trail from the Nickel  Plate mine in a northerly direction,  and consists of the Golden Zone, Silver  Bell, B. G. and Irish Boy mineral  "claim's, staked in'1900 by *" the 'present'  owners. On the'properties have been  shown strong veins that are apparently true fissures Avith gouge and sliek-  ensides.  The. ore is of quartz, gouge with mis-  pickel, carrying gold and silver with  some nickel and cobalt. There has  been a great deal of development work  done on the claims, both as assessment  and as work to demonstrate the extent  of the deposit, independent of assessment obligations. Much of the development is in open cuts although there  is a shaft something over 50 feet in  depth all in ore. The assay values Avill  average well, with high grade ore in  places.  There is a large amount of ore on  the dumps which might be shipped if  there were transportation facilities.  The regular semi-annual meeting of  the various Boards of Licence Commissioners', throughout the province were  held on Saturday last, when the various applications for renewals and  transfers were considered and disposed  of, as well as hew licences considered.  SIMILKAJIEEX DISTMCT.  Similkameen Licensing District, formerly- known as the Nicola District,  includes all the settlements on the  Similkameen riyer from a mile west of  Keremeos to the headwaters of the  Similkameen, and up  and Otter to Coutlee.  was held at Princeton, and the members.,., of the Board are Messrs."C. E.  Thomas, F. P. Cook and A. Megraw,  with B. Hewatt chief licence inspector.  There were no applications for new  licences, the business being confined to  renewals and one transfer.  As some of the- licence-holders took  out a licence for the whole of 1907, they  had no occasion to apply for renewal  at this meeting. The following licences were granted :  TRANSFER.  Hotel Siinilkamecn, Hedley, A. Mc-  Dermott to W. T. Atherton.  RENEWALS.  W. J. Henderson, Otter Flat hotel,  Tulameen City, 0mos.; Chas. de Barro,  Granite Creek hotel, Granite Creek, 6  mos.; Geo. McCoskery, Tulameen hotel, Princeton, 6 mos.; James Wallace,  Princeton hotel, Princeton, 6 mos.;  Goldsborough & Worgan, Allison hotel, Allison, 6 mos.; Hugh Campbell,  Ashnola hotel, Ashnola, G mos.; R.J.  Eclmond, Commercial hotel, Hedley, C  mos.; Peterson Bros. & Lind, Great  Northern hotel, Hedley, 6 mos.; John  E. Gibbon,. Hotel Hedley,. Hedley, 6 _  mos.; August Jackson, New Zealand  hotel, Hedley, 6 mos.; Herring &  Winkler, Grand Union hotel, Hedley,  6 mos.; W. T. Atherton, Hotel Similkameen, Hedley, 6 mos.  even on some of tin-  has  been  carried  on  beach placers, old placers and recon-  cc-ntrated placers.  The origin of placers is a very interesting subject. Rocks at the surface  we know are subject to erosion and  decay, and through the agency of water and gravity the coarser parts remain higher up while the finer portions  are carried farther down until mud  and silt result. In gold bearing localities the veins are disintegrated and the  resulting detritus is sent down with  the enclosing rocks.  Gold is known to occur closely associated with metallic sulphides, iron  sulphides, lead sulphides, and arseno-  pyrites, these being contained in  quartz veins. Atmospheric agencies  attack the veins chemically, and under  certain conditions the surface and  deeper parts are differentiated. As  gold is difficultly soluble, often the  sulphides that contained it are dissolved and the gold remains behind in its  free state. The same process occurs  in the gravel.  The. opinion of late years has gained  ground that there is little or no foundation for the theory that gold in  placers is due to glacial action, as gold  placers are often found in districts  where there are no evideneesof glacial  action.  The origin of Rock creek placers has  been attributed by old-time mining  men to glacial action, but late investigations associate the occurrence of  gold there with mechanical and chemical action, healing no relation whatever to the glacial period.  SOUTH  EAST YALE.  This licensing district includes all  that portion of the Similkameen Electoral district lying east of and including Keremeos. The. Board are E.  Bullock-Webster, R. H. Parkinson and  E. M. Cudworth. The meeting was  held at Fairview, and the following  licences were, granted:  RENEAVALS.  D. A. Cameron, Camp McKinney hotel, Camp McKinney, 0 mos.; G. O.  Guise, Westbridge hotel, Westbridge,  6 mos.; H. S. Pittendrigh, Rock Creek  hotel, Rock Creek, 6 mos.; T. McAuley,  Hotel Hamill, Beaverdell, 6 mos.; H.  Jones, Golden Gate hotel, Fairview, 6  mos.; Evan Morris, Miners' Home,  Fairview, 6 mos.; W. B. Hine, Alexandra hotel, .Okanagan Falls, (J mos.;  Geo. Kirby, Hotel Keremeos, Keremeos, 6 mos.; .las. Reith, Central hotel, Keremeos. G mos.; Percy Marks,  Alkezar hotel, Keremeos, G mos.; Geo.  Shurson, Olalla hotel, Olalla, 0 mos.:  R. G. Sidley, Mountain View hotel,  Sidley, G mos.: D. M(.-Bride, Bride-  ville hotel, Brideville, (> mos.  Continued Next Wcok.  Mr. Frank  A.   Ross,  general    manager of the Daly Reduction Co. returned on Saturday from New York where  he had gone on  business  to   the head  office of the Company early   in   May.  It is his intention to prosecute development work  as  vigorously  as  circumstances and the labor market will permit, and is confident that so far as transportation is   concerned,  the situation  will soon be improved.    AVhile east he  saw officials of the Great Northern  in  St. Paul, and is satisfied that the  railway Co. are doing all they can  to  nd-  \'ance the road as rapidly as  possible,  but have been up against many serious disadvantages   during    the   past  year.   Of their troubles, the labor question has been one of the most serious,  and the inferiority has been as  notici-  ble and as  disconcerting as  the scarcity.    Mr. Ross Avass accompanied  by  his son, Mr.  Bradley  Ross,   who Avill  spend the summer in Hedley,  and  obtain some practical experience  in  actual mine and metallurgical Avork  before re-entering college in the fall. THE  HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   JUNE  20,,   1907.  Ott-lttUeytaKtte".  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Issued on Thursdays, by the TIkpi.kv (iAV.ici'Tl*.  I'l'INTINO A .VI i I'lm.lSfU.Vl: ('OMI'AXV.  Li.MiTi'.o.   at  Dudley.  I'. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per A'ciir   Six "Months   .-.S*i.(iCi  ..   l.WI  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 linos to the inch.  a political party has neither the duty  nor the. need to protect the vicious.  ' The wrongdoers, Avhetherof the '���������wine  and women" or "graft" order, are  ! "holding together" as against those in  ; the party who would force them out;  ; and these .offenders are also willing to  ' "saw bit'" their sins as against tlie like  ; sins of political opponents if they can  I get an understanding to .that''effect.  NOTICE  Certificate  oral   Claim,  situate in the j  Osoyoos Mininj IHvision of YaleDistrict.  Land Notices���������Certificates of improvement, etc. ; '|'iR,   public   mind   lias   at  last   turned  ���������S7.D0 forCiO-day notices, and $,*>.()(' foriM-day j "      ,l  notices. j against all this business and demands a,  thorough cleansing.���������Toronto World.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, SI.00. for one insertion. 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion. Over oncinch.  10 cents per lino for first insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insertion. I  Trai'siehts payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������0:i<> inch per month,  SLAV, over 1 inch and up to 1 inches. 81.00  per inch pcrmonth. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  '.application,-rates Will bo given of reduced  'charge.-*,'based on si/.e of space and length  of thiii.'.  Advertisements will bo changed once every  mouth if advertiser .desires, without any extra  charge. Kor changes ofteiier than once a. mouth  the   price of composition  will be charged at  regular rates.     ,  Changes for contract- advertisements should  be in the' ollicc by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A. fViEGRAW, Managing tidiior.  m'  Pull "Moon  ���������*.V,-.li  Last (tuar.  ,'ird.  tfW^-^'    Xew "Moon  a-.---. ���������:.-������������������.���������������  ���������\  \ -*,-y *  >->^;*-'" A  ff  First quar. i,  ISt.h.    B  1907 JUNE 3907  iV-on. TiiGS.-Wefi. Tsui. Fti. Sat.B  Sun.  10  17  24-  ���������i-  .11  IS  :io  hi  I m  .18  20  i  1  s  15  "22  29'  1  EDITORIAL  COMMENTS  ..It, is ..timely,  with a' general alection  avcII in  sight, that   the  public  should  be placed in a good position   to judge  of the capacity of  the  Canadian   premier.    He has never  had  many hard  situations to face   until   now.     AATten  in opposition he was  backed by splendid lighting talent.    He did  no lighting himself.    While in   power -he had  a  magnificent cabinet behind him and  they did the work of defence for him.  To-day he is  stripped of his best men.  He   quarrelled   with   the  strongest of  them and they left them. "What is left  forms the  weakest cabinet in  Canadian   history.    Tlie result- is  that  Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier,   left to fight battles,  has  shown ��������� himself far  short of  the  power with  Avhi.ch he has  been  credited   by  supporters  and  opponents a-  hko.    It cannot be said that  the  ad  ministration   was steered through the  storm of the. recent session with either  good judgment or tact.     The dealings  of the premier. Avith  parliament in relation to the  Hynian matter and latei  in regaul to the Fowler denunciations  exhibited  Sir Wilfrid   Laurier  in  his  weakest   role    before   the   .people    of  Canada.      For   tact   the   people   were  treated   to   more  deception,   as  when  he promised an   investigation into the  Fowler  case  and then   shuffled out of  it;   for statesmanlike, clear-cut action  in   the   face  of  a   .serious   ministerial  ordeal, he pursued a  policy of evasion  and complaisance.���������St. Stephen (N.B.)  Courier.  ft was with, no little surprise and  scant approval that many protestants  read of the action of the Methodist  Conference in'Montreal, in appointing  :i lobbyist to watch legislation'-in the  interests of the church. If there was  one principle more than another for  which the great dissenting body of  | protestants. contended it was tlie com-  j plete divorce of chm-chand state and  r - .  I the. non-interference of the church in  'all affairs of state.    Devotion   to   that  j principle led them to condemn the recognition in this country of any papal  ablegate,.' but  what does all that condemnation amount to if in a  moment  of thoughtlessness  they  take  a  step  that Is a flat violation of the very principle for which they professed to stand.  If we expect the public to believe in our  sincerity we cannot afford to do other  than   endeavor to  practise 'what we  preach.    The very name lobbyist carries  with  it deep opprobrium.     The  lobbyist nowadays is  the foul  instrument by  which the public are fleeced  of their rights a nd monopolists allowed  to carry out their schemes for overriding the popular Avill.    He  is an anomaly   under, constitutional   government and his very existence is a. reproach   to any  liberty-loving   people  among whom he is to be found.    It is  to be hoped  that the  important body  which made this faux pas,   may think  better of it  before carrying the affair  into effect.  ���������'SUN-RISK" Mil  Osoyoos Minin  AVhere located  -*T\\KI<: NOTICK  of Improvements..  Olalla (-.'amp,    that I. R. IT. Parkinson, .as  igent lor .Jei >m<: L. Drumhellor, I-'. M. C.  No. Hli'-d'i, and A������. IT. Yawkoy, 1<\ 1VI. 0. No.  Hl.-iOT, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply ,to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of linpi-ovomquls. for the purpose of obtaining ii Crown Grant of the above claim.  .-VXD KUUTHI-jli take notice that action,  under section 37, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Cj-rtHlcato of Improvements.  Dated this Sth diiy of April. A. 1). 1007.  lli-0  KrciiAi'.n H. Pahkixsox,  J*. C. L. S.  NOTICE.  BRITISH TOOTH AMERICA  1 Established 1836  ONK OF:THK OLDEST BANKS DOIXG BUSINKSS IX THIS COUNTRY.  , 5li BRANCHES IX CANADA AND THE U.S.      .'...'.'  jK  \  8  \  I  I  %  \  Ii FARMERS afforded every facility  in their Ranking business.    -"I-SALTS  NOTES cashed or taken for collection.    *"[ Drafts bought and  sold,   "J Prompt attention given to collections.  -    SAVINGS BANK DEPARTHENT,  Deposits of ������1.00 and upwards received.    Interest paid every three months.  %    Hedley Branch, ^     -=       -       L. G. riacKAFFiE,. Manager    S  fecoao^SOCCOOSrJ''^'?*^^  QTXTY DAYS after date I intend to apply to  ~ the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to'purchase- the following-described lands in the Similkameen Division.of Yale District:- Commencing at the  X. .10, corner of Lot ('72, thence East JO chains to  the X.-W. corner of Lot 2.">ol,' thence South 10  chains to the S. AV. corner of Lot 2.">51, thence  West -.10 chains to the S. K. corner of Lot 071',  theneo North -10 chains to point of commencement. '������������������!���������'  F. M. BATITURST,  per M. C.IvEX DALL  '    Attorney  Penticton, B. C, May. Jtli, 1007. 17-0 -  NOTICE.  NOTICi" IS KKRICBY GIVEN.that, (iOdays  after date.. I intend to apply to'the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works for permission .to purchase the following described  land, situate on the cast side of Okanagan  Lake. B.C.: Commencing- at the south east  corner post of M. L. Criebton's purchase land,  running- tlience south'20 chains, thence west HO  chains, thence north '.'0 chain���������, tlience east SO  chains to point of commencement, comprising  the north half of the 'south-west quarter of  Section 13, Township '.'.A. and the north half of  the south-cast quarter of Section l(i, Tp. 2S.  Dated April 12th. 1007.  15-0 B. E, CRICHTOX.  aiBagyngprriyi^imMOc^ wuwm-rfi  M!i)i.A������l.'ij^^OT.-������-BKgliy^'-������wmmef-i^������g!^ati'' j. r.-ajumi���������wHumwi  _|  Notice 'of Forfeiture.  When   Sir Wilfrid   Laurier returns  to   Canada   he    must    overhaul    and  purify his ministry.    For a,   long time  now   the  country   has been nauseated  by   items in   the  newspapers,   by  discussion   in   parliament,   by actions in  the  courts, stiil more by gossip,   concerning the private lives of prominent  men associated with the government.  The World believes that there is foundation   for   much   of   thi.s   talk.       It  should have been silenced long ago by  action on the part of the premier,   instead of by attempts to get past it by  parliamentary  tactics,   by  "arrangement,"   and   by   threats   of   counter  charges.    Nor  Avill  it do for political  associations to pass resolutions regretting that political  opponents have attacked the private characters  of ministers ;   it Avould be more to the public  good to declare that men in high position who flaunt their vice in public are  public offenders and must go, and that  The idea is becoming more prevalent  everyday, that a general election foil-he Dominiou House is imminent, and  will in all probability take place during  the coming autumn. Calvert, the  Liberal whip, sought to disabuse the  public mind of that impression by  stating that Laurier was pledged to  another session before dissolution,, but  in Ontario the Liberals themselves apparently do not believe him for they  are putting their candidates in. the  field. "Whatis Yale-Cariboo going to  do about the date of the election ? Do  they purpose submitting tamely to the  dishonorable treatment given the.ni  three years ago, when it was deferred  to. a later date, and the flimsiest kind  of reason given for doing so. The only  excuse offered for it was that the district was large and sp.-ircely populated  and it would be impossible to get the  ballot-boxes around. That excuse  would apply twenty years ago but not  three years ago, for in ]S9(5 the Conservatives did  not defer  it,   but hold  1  the election on the same dale, and the-!  constituency was then twice as  large, j  with more limited means of travel. I  To Thomas Farquhar and any person or persons to whom he may have transferred his  interests in the Maple Leaf and Long Shot  mineral claims, situated on Dividend  Mountain, in the Osoyoos Mining Division  of Yale .District. '''"..  YOU are hereby required to take notice that  .1 have expended for assessments and for  recording certificates of work done on the  above claims, the sum of three hundred and  forty-five dollars and fifty cents (.?:-i-I;").3(i), being  an expenditure necessary to enable me to hold  said claims, and you are hereby required to  contribute your share or proportion of such  expenditure, together with all costs of advertising. If you fail or refuse to contribute such  amount, ''leluding advertising,'within (IOdays  from date of first publication of this notice in  the Hedley Gazette, your interest will become  vested in me. your co-owner, under the provisions of the '"Mineral Aotand Amending Acts."  Dated this *20th day of April. 11107.  15-13  \V. .1. GAR.BUTT.  Notice of Forfeiture.  To IT. \V.. Yates and "any person or persons to  whom lie may have transferred hisintcrests  in  the Maid of the Mist and   War Cloud  mineral claims, situated at Camp Hodley,  in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  "V70U are hereby required to take notice that  ���������"-    I have expended for assessments and for  recording  eertilieates   of   work  done  on   the  above claims, the sum of two hundred and five  dollars (������205).  being an expenditure necessary  to enable mo to hold said claims, and yon are  hereby required to contribute your share or  proportion of such  expenditure, together with  all cost of advertising.     If you fail or refuse to.  eon tribute such amount, including advertising,  within ninety days from date of first pul-liea-  t-uin of this notice in the Hedley Ciazotte, your  interest  will  become vested in me, your co-  owner,  under the provisions of the  "Mineral.  Act and Amending Acts."  Dated this 20th day of April. l!)07.  TttE,  LEADING  nOTEL  OF TilE,  SlMILKnMEEM VALLEY  This house is new and sti ictly fust class  in eveiy inspect, being equipped Avith all  modern conveniences���������electric lierht, telephone, baths, etc.        : :       Kates modeiate.  W. T. ATHERTON  Proprietor.  in''Keremeos  STOP AT  ij-i:*  .L\S.   Fl'.ASKl*. CAMI'TIKU..  Notice of Forfeiture  TWEDDLE'- <S������ REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Want's-of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  To Thomas Anderson and any person or persons to whom he or they may have transferred his interest in the Savage Mineral  Claim, situated on Sixteen Mile Creek in  the Osoyoos Division of A'ale District.  You arc hereby required to fake notice that I  have expended for assessments and  for  recording  eertilieates  of   work  done  on   the  above   claim,   the sum of three hundred and  seven and a half dollars ($3('7.;")0). being an expenditure necessary to enable me to hold said  claim, and you are hereby required to contri- .   n  bnte your share or proportion of such expend"-! &  tnre, together with all costs of advertising.     If I &  yiiu   fail or refuse to contribute such amount. ' ������  including advertising, within ninety days from j %  dutc of lirst publication in the Hedley Gazette. 1 J-,  yniii- interest  will  become vested in me. your | ������  en-owner, under the provisions of the Mineral 1 ������  Act ������m\ Amending Acts. | fc  Dated this 2!)th day of April. A. IX 1007.  Ui-i:* I. L. Dr'AltDOKKr".  s  WHEN YOU HANKER FOR  eef 0     Por!  ;* isn ������r  I  X  X  X  %  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  %  X  *-  K  te  te  $e  se  2.������  te  se  te  te  te  te  se  te  te  CALL UP PHONE No.S  AND TELL YOUR WANTS TO  Ko Jo E������M������������  IE������ ISisteta0  NOTICE.  \������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������m������  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS after date I intend to apply to  the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landsfc  Works for permission to purchase IfcJO acres of  mountain pasture land, described as follows:  Commencing at a post placed on the north lino  of Lot Xo. ail marked "S. K. corner of Hugh  Mcgraw's purchase," tlience SO chains west,  thence 1(1 chains north, thence SO chains east,  thence 10 chains south to point of commencement.  Dated this 20th day of May, A.D. 1007.  ���������-'IJ-O  1-TUOir   M KG RAW,   '  per K.  K. Hviiu, Agent.  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS after date 1 intend to apply lo  the Don. Chief Commissioner of Lands &  AVorks for permission to purchase 320 acres of  mountain pasture land, described as follows:--  Commencing at a post placed on the north line  of Lot No. ail, marked " S. W. corner of W. A.  Durr's purchase," Ihcuce SO chains east, thence  '10 chains north, thence SO chains west, tlience  10 chains south to point of commencement.  Dated this *2ilth day of May, A. I). 1007.  AV. A.  BURIt,  2H-0 per K. K. Dunn, Agent.  A. limited number of lots in Richter's  townsite at Keremeos (ventre are now  on the market. Corner lots, $100; inside lots, $125. Terms. T. W. Coleman, Agent.  NOTIC:-: is hereby given that. 00 days after  date. I intend to apply the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission tn  alter the place of diversion of Water Record  No. I a i, issued lo W. .11. Armstrong on January  211, I'.Mi, to where, the Vancouver, victoria and  KiiKlcrn Railway and Navigation Company's  railway line crosses the Ashnola River: also to  alter the direction of the ditch lino in order to  run through the following lands:��������� Indian Reserve Xo. 111. Lotsltai-J, atts.: Indian Reserve  No. il; Crown land east of Indian Reserve No.  !(. Lots (ifi/, 0.'i0. -J77; Crown land north of Lot  277, Lots'28-il, 111. 710. 171, 100. 222. :i23. 31!). 110.  C. A. STOKS.-?.  Agent for Keremeos Land Co.  Keremeos, B.C.. .luueS. 1007. L'-.'-O  NOTICE  I'lXA MI .NATION' H   KOR   INSI'ICCTOltS   OF  STKAM BOILKR.S & MACITINK'K'Y.  EXAMINATION**1 for the position of Inspectors of Steam Roilers and Machinery,  under the Kteain Boilers Inspection Act, 1001,  will be held at the Parliament Buildings, Aric-  toria, commencing on Monday, June 21th, 1007.  Application anil instruction forms can bo had  on application to the undersigned, to whom the  former must be returned, correctly lilled in, not  later than June 17th. Salaries, ������110 and $115  per month.  JOHN PICCK,  Chief Inspector of Machinery,  22-2 Now Westminster, B.C.  I������  !������  @  \������  I������  !������  ���������@  ������  ���������������  m  Open all the way down the front.  Slips on and off like a coat.  The bosom fits better, and doesn't  get rumpled.  Made in styles for business or dress  wear.  Fast colors in the newest patterns  or plain white.  Doesn't cost any more than the old  uncomfortable kind.  For Sale at*  R. G. SHIER'S  en's Furnishing' Store  m  m  ������ THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,    JUNE 20,   1907.  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Your wants for Livery or Team  Work will be attended to  by-calling Phono 12. ���������  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  ^=  Town and Distrid:.  CLAUDET & WYNNE  ASSAYERS  METALLURGISTS and  niNING  ENGINEERS  MINKS and MILLS KXAMINKD  SAMPLED a.vd REPORTED ON.  Samples   by mail  receive prompt-  attention. Correspondence solicited.  PRINCETON  and   ROSSLAND  H. IT. Cr,Aum*T, Assoc. Inst. M.M.,  "Member Am. Inst. M.K.. Rossi.and.  ,  L. C. WYXNl", Assoc. Inst. M. M.,  Late Assaycr.LoRoi.      Pkinckton.  ^fckfcfcfc%ifc%i%fci*fc'&a������fcfcW������*fcS8S������fc  K  te  K  g  I  te  te  te  K  te  K  te  K  te  K  K  te  K  te  K  te  K  te  te  te  K  te  i  i  te  HOTEL  HEDLEY  Under   New   Management  THE BEST PROVIDED.  IN KITCHEN AND BAR  A N D E Ar IS It "Y CAKE  TAKEN FOR' THE COJE-  FOR'I" OF P A T K O N S.  GIBBON   and  M c D O N.A L D  Proprietors  ������������rBl������S^������?rDro������?l|^������������fi������^i^"������?%tP���������������%������l(������*'*?l?*?  ���������' Miss Edith Bradshaw of T if teen-mile  visited Hedley and Nickel Plate a few  'days ago.'   "  Miss Ohilson, of Loomis, Wash., is  in town, the guest of her sister, .Mrs.  Logsdon.  Mr. .T. F. Royer was a visitor in Hedley on Monday", night, returning to  Orbville on Tuesday afternoon.  Mrs. G. P. .Jones of Nickel Plate Ayas  in town last Wednesday and Thursday, the guest of Mrs. McKitmon.  Steel laying was resumed on Tuesday last on the V. V..& E. track this  side of the bridge a.t Armstrong's.  ,Einil F. Voigt av-is in town on Sunday night on his return to Voigt's  Camp from an extended business trip.  Things are looking blue around the  Star office these days. They generally begin to look blue after they look  black.    This is a joke. ,  Mrs. B. Gari.iett and little son.who  have been visiting her mother, Mrs.  Squkup, Sunnyside Ranch,returned  to her home in Medford, Ore., this  Aveek. ��������� .-..-���������.���������  Duncan Woods,*Avho-spent the winter in Summerland, returned to Hedley on Thursday last, Nand expects to  do development on his group of claims  in Camp Hedley.  Friends of Mr. D. MacPhail "will be  ]ileased toknoAV that he is steadily improving' in health since going* to Otter  Valley. He is iioav able to take a few-  steps without the aid of his crutches.  Bowerman brothers, Avho have the  contract for the 400 foot tunnel m the  Oregon, Avere in toAvn Tuesday evening and report having struck ore. in  the tunnel, which is now in about 110  feet.  Mr. L. W. Shatford, M. L. A., went  out on Friday morning's stage for  Fairview and Penticton. At the latter place he attended the animal'meeting of the Southern Okanagan Land  Company on Tuesday.  We are in receipt of a 10-lb box of  Baldwin apples from the R ranch at  Keremeos, for which we are A'ery  much indebted. The apples���������Avhat's  left of 'em���������are quite firm to the core,  and of delicious flavor.  ^^i/,'*L^^'\y������^/''^  SEEDS, TREES,  PLANTS  for the farm, garden, lawn, boulevard or conservatory. Acclimated  stock. Oldest established nursery  on the Mainland.  NO Seedless Apples  NO Pitless Plums  NO Cobless Corn  .histoid, reliable, approved'varieties at reasonable prices. We do  do not even supply any  kings or  presidents just    the     common  British Columbian is good enough  for our trade.  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps,  Sprayino Mate.i! ial. Gimskx-  house Plants,  Cut Floaveks.  We do business on our own  grounds���������have no rent to pay, and  and are prepared to meet nil competition.  Let mo price your list before you  place your order.  Catalogue i-*n RE.  M. J.  HENRY,  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver.  BIDS WANTED  IMMEDIATELY  Royer's stage Avill leave Hedley on  Wednesday July 3rd, instead of Tues-  day .July 2nd, for the benefit of those  Aviahing to attend the 4th of July celebration in Oroville. The will be no  stage leaving Hedley on Thursday,  July 4th.  Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Armstrong, who  have, been residents of Hedley for the  past eighteen months, left on Monday  for Penticton, Avhere Mr. Armstrong  will take over the management of Mr.  Schubert's store. Their friends in  Hedley regret their departure.  Mr. C. E. Thomas, of Princeton, Avas  laid up last week by reason of a peculiar accident. When walking a little  faster than usual, he felt something  snap in the calf of his leg, Avhich soon  became so painful that he could not  put any Aveight on it, and an examination by. Dr. Schon disclosed the fact  that a ligament had broken aAvay from  the muscle.  Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Jones entertained  a number of their friends at their  home, Nickel Plate, on Saturday evening last. The evening AA'as A'ery pleasantly spent in games and dancing, and  after singing "Auld Lang Syne" and  declaring Mr. and Mrs. Jones "jolly  good fellows," the company dispersed,  hoping to meet again on another such  pleasant occasion.  Roa*. Dr. Herdman, superintendent  of Presbyterian missons, spent Sunday  in Hedley and preached in the Methodist church on Sunday evening. He  was delighted with the Similkameen,  and expressed the willingness of the  church to prosecute Avork in this valley Avith more A'igor than c-A-er before.  Dr. Herdman's favorite pastime is  mountain climbing, and he is an enthusiastic member of the Alpine Club  of Canada, participating in some of  their more strenuous exploits in mountain climbing*.  ,-F. W. Groves came down from  Princeton on Thursday on his Avay to  Keremeos Avhere his services are required for a Aveek or so.  Messrs Finlay Fraser and A. Megra w  left on Monday morning for the ('oast  to attend the Masonic Grand Lodge,  which meets in Vancouver on the. 20th  21 stand 22nd.  Henry Bahrs returned to Hedley on  Tuesday night's stage from Olalla.  While there he took a look over the  Dolphin group, in company' with Mr.  Stevenson,who has charge of the Avork  on these claims. ���������  Mr. T. Marks left yesterday morning for the east sifter a visit of a couple of weeks in Hedley with his brother Mr. J. J. Marks. Evidently Mr.  Marks has great faith in the future  prospects of the town and district, by  the numerous reports that have been  circulated of late.  Mr. Cainsell's party of the Canadian  Geological Survey at work in this  camp are shortly to be re-inforced bv  Mr Boyd, whose special department of  Avork is topography. Apparently topographical vvork will be attended Avith  considerable difficulty in Camp Hedley'  where the mountains are very rugged.  One hundred men are wanted by the  Ivereiuebs Land Co. to" work "cm their  big irrigation ditch.  - "The Heart of the Famous AVheat  Belt" is the title of one of the handsomest pamphlets AvehaA'c seen. It is  issued by the ��������� Saskatoon and Western Land Company Limited, with  head office rooms 10 and 12, Windsor  -Hotel, Montreal. It is profusely and  most artistically illustrated, and has  an array of facts presented with telling effect. With such literature (and  there is no reason to doubt any of its  statements) in circulation it is not  much wonder that Canada's wheat  fieids are attracting such a stream of  immigration.  New Goods for  Hot* Weather  t  The Keremeos Land Co.  for men to work  on   their   big irrigation ditch, and will employ 100 if they  can get'theni.  are looking  big  MARRIED.  BIRD-HE1M1LLER.���������At Keremeos, U. C, on  Tuesday.  June  18th,  by  the  Rev. A. IT.  Cameron, W. M. Bird, of Orovillo,AVash.,"to  Miss Claudia Heiiniller, of Hedley.  BORN  HOAYARD.���������At Hedley, B.C.. on .June 18th, to  Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Howard, a son.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following a.re the readings sIioav-  ing temperature, etc., for the Aveek  ending June|^th :  THE  JUNE.  Maximum  AT  Jun  0  10  11  12  18  14  15  49  38  50  48  40  45  40  Minimum  'Sfl  28  31  83  84  29  80  AA-erage maximum temperature 4S.57  A\-eragc minimum do 31.48  Mean temperature 50.  Snowfall for Aveek     S ins.,    rain  .30  comtKsroNwiNCf week-or last ybak  Highest maximum temperature ,02 '  Averag  a maximum  do  53.S5  Lowest  minimum  do  26.  Averag  e minin  nun  do  33.14  Mean  do  43.50  AT  THE mill.  ���������  Maximum  Minimum  Jun    S)  70  ,  ,  ���������  10  82  ���������  .11  00     12  00     13  01  ���������  .14  03  , ,  ���������  15  01  , .  ���������  Bids are asked by the undersigned  for collecting logs in the Similkameen  river between Hedley and Keremeos,  and deliA'ering them in boom at Keremeos. For further particulars apply  to  S. L. SMITH  14 For Hedley Lumiier Co.  Twenty mile lake, in spite of the  heaA-y snowfall of last winter, has apparently no intention of inundating  any considerable portion of the' surrounding lands this season, and the  dam Avill have no difficulty in holding  all the water that it Avill be required to  accomodate. A little over a Aveek ago  it had only reached the point at Avhich  the water Avould discharge into Twenty mile creek, and as many of the  swamps in the vicinity have not filled  up although all the snow in the basin  has disappeared, there is little probability of the lake getting much higher  than it is.  Average maximum temperature 00.34  AA-erage minimum do ���������  Mean do  Rainfall for the week    .15    inches  COUItKSI'OXDI.VC*   WKKK Ol'  LAST  VKAIt  Highest maximum temperature 70.  Average do do 05.71  LoAvest minimum do 10.  Average do do 43. II  Mean do 54.-12  ^ra'tf4M''������^fe������������W<i������^������������������������^it^������<r*fe''������fe  THE  Great Nortnern  HOUI  Princeton  te  te  se  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  K  te  te  te  te  te  te  te  x������  te  te  *S  te  te  te  te  Is noted over the entire (list-  riot for execllenee of both table  :   :   :   :       and bar.       :   :   :   :  All the wants of the travelling'  ���������nil-lie   carefully   attended    to.  Just* Opened Up at.  SHATFORDS'  A shipment of Men's Up-to-date Dressy  Summer Suits, and another shipment of  Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Canvas Shoes.  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������1 Our stock of Summer' Shirts, Underwear, Sox etc., beats anything to be seen   in the country.   33^ WE HAVE THE GOODS, AND  WE WANT  YOU  TO  SEE THEM!  Shatfords,  LimiLed.  Stores at.  FAIRVIEW   and  HEDLEY  ���������  t  ���������  ���������  ������������������<  t  ���������  ���������  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market.  The V. V. & E. Raihvay Station will be in the  centre of the  toAA-n.    .  Now is the time to get your lots,  before the first  train  comes up the  valley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around tenvn site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,    Just a feAV  left.    Noav is the time to double your money.  .For Full Partienlars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  J. J. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $100,  $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  3 U L.L,B-r  Great Northern  Route of the  Oriental   Limited  and Fast Mail  LEAVES OROVILLE DAILY 5:00 A. M.; ARRIVES 10:15 P- M.  Comfortable and  Fast Service to  Seattle, Vancouver, Vic=  toria &  Eastern   Points  M. COSTELLO,     -  P.H. BURNHAH, D.  Agent,     -    Oroville, Wash.  F. & P. A., Grand Forks, B. C.  DIRECT    CONNECTIONS   AT    SPOKANE   WITH  EAST   AND   WESTBOUND    OVERLAND    TRAINS ii-.-Hflii* 7w?:-f.zusiJrJ������  THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   JUNE   20,   1907.  KEREMEOS NOTES.  F. AV. Groves, P. L.S., of Princeton,  is engaged in engineering Avork in this  place;.  The walls of the gaol are up. Messrs.  Irwin and Day are the builders.  Strangers register every day at the  hotels.    They are looking for land.  The difficulty in obtaining labor is  delaying the Keremeos Land Co.'s new  water ditch from Ashnola. creek.  The office and warehouse of the Ker-  eiuoo:'  Land Co. will soon be completed.    "YVork-is being pushed ahead ' on I  the  half dozen   buildings  now  under:  construction. j  The people.of Keremeos are 'expecting the track to reach here in two  weeks." The steel crossed the bridge  on'Monday night, and will push on as  rapidly as possible.  Mr. Jelly's strawberry patch is immense. -.Three berries weighed three  ounces, and one perfect, well-formed  berry measured 5",- inches in circumfer-1  once. The crop is an object lesson. I1 j  is a*good yield, the -berries -large-and  well formed and the flavor delicious.  The curing a.nd saving of the alfalfa  crop is proceeding briskly. Mr. Rich-  tor's haying force is certainly .doing  fast work. The equipment of mowers,  tedders, gatherers and stackers are  the most up-to-date that could be procured, and being, handled with skill,  are bound to make splendid progress.  Tlie crop is a. hea.vy one.  +m  PROPERTY IN  Is  A  Good,  Safe  And  Will  Make  Money  Hedley  is the supply point for the Nickel Plate mountain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������mid..many other  promising inines' and prospects.    It is the mining and business  centre of the  Similkameen  tlie new -mining district Avhich has already been proven,  by a  small amount of de\Telopnient Avork, to be one of the richest  , gold, copper and coal miningc'sections of  British Columbia  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway; and Avith the advent of this roti,d,  which is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably  become a large and iiinx)rtahfc'city, and tOAvn lots Avill bring  big returns on money'invested at the present time.  STB  TIME   TO   CHANGE.  For Those Who Invest  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway Comes  For Full Particulars, MapsEtc,  -flPPUV   TO-���������  It is not-advisable to keep on singing  seed-time songs AA'heri going into the  harvest field.- The period when the  the'.crop is growingshould i>esufficient  time in which to learn a new one. The  people, o!:' Hedley have unfortunately  got into the bad habit of answering,  "it's A-ery quiet," -until noAV.it avouUI  see-m that they might be run over by  the procession, and insist on saying  Avhen they get up again to rub off the  dust, that "it's very quiet." "With a  good pay-roll, abundance of work for  every man in sight and the town commencing to fill up, it is about time to  change the song.  Hedley City Townsite  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  HEDLEY, B.G  Let me send you free, for Catarrh,  just to proves merit, a trial size box of  Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. It is a  snow white, creamy, healihgantiseptic  balm. Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus, Thymol,  Menthol, etc., it gives instant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and  throat. Make the free test and see for  yourself what this preparation can and  will accomplish. Address. Dr. Shoop,  Racine. Wis. Large jars, oO cents.  Sold by JOHN LOVE; Hedley.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  IPs  ���������-iP>\V^ ' w-^-.    <������&&  '^1  ii!.  m  1^-; mdfce ortemal fos\$m.*/?Zht ������ch-*  \x$?lft$ivm buEtoc ei* iftspper<-v  0ur ������ark if* briefly f:rsi*-cW}v*v*  ������iir prices are "totcer fcrtfis soma-.  guaTity of ajof-fc tfion. AienSiaee v? & -**  .SWl tribe Bur amrd far ii J**** Zenb us ���������:  friolerdsr^ ���������*2JHepA.a!c3 prave :l **&&>*  te. ���������   x  te x  te  ���������S  te  te  te  te  te  K  te  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   B.C.  3mrfSM COLUMBIA  tfcTOWA,$C  Richter's townsite at Keremeos  Centre is now on the; market. Good  openings for all kinds of business. T.  AY. Colkjian, Agent.  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and  First-Glass  Bar supplied Avith tin* Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.   IIKADC'UAIITKJ'S   FOR       AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS  Wagons, Disc: Harrows,  Plows, Ci/r/riA'ATons (hand  and   horse),   Buochks,   Hay  R.YICKS,    Mo AVERS,     Dk.AO  Hajihiuvs, 'AVoxdfr' Plow  Attachment, Sepauatoils,  Spray Pumps (air compressor  and hand force), :: Gramophones it Victor Records',  Spectacles,    Stereoscopic  VlKAVS.  Figures quoted by mail. Mail  Orders promptly attended to.  Joseph A. Nesbitt  ELLI5 ST., PENTICTON, B.C.  When   writing    Advertisers,  Mention the Gazette.  Please  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether au  Invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly conddoiitiul. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest agency for aecurmtrpatenta.  Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, In the  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lnreest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a  year: four months, (1. Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.36,B'oadwa-j' New York  Branch Office, 625 F St.. Washington. V. C.  Catarrh  To pro ve unquestionably, find beyond anydoubt,  timt. CiUarrh of the nose and tlu-oiit Can bo '.'iirwl,  I am furnishing patients through druggists, .small  free Triit! Boxr-.-- of Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Cure..  [do thU because. I aw so certain, that Or. Shnop's  CY.uiTi! Cure v.*ill brin-,' actiiiil .siibstantLii help.  N'liliiiifj certainly, is so convincing ns :>��������� physic,--!  fi.stnf tiny article of real, genuine merit. Hul th- t  inicli.! l-iust possess true merit, else th.- test will  wridcnm. rather than advance it. Dr. Shoop's  Cr.t.'i-rli enrols a, snow white, healing nnciscjuic  bu'.'iii.piit npin bountiful nickel csmmh-.I ;:!iissjars  at ."Vie. Sucli soothing agents as Oil l'-'iiciilyitus,  riiymol. Menthol, etc., are incorpoiiiti'il into a  velvci.v, cream like Petrolatum, fir.pi-irted by Dr.  Shoo;; from Knropo. If Catarrh of the nose and  throiit lias extended to the stoiniiuh, then by ;i,U  Diunnsiilsor.se internally, Jlr.,Shoop's Pesiorntive.  ���������"tnicai-h (l'slrc.s,--, a yt,c]i of gonunil strt-UKth,  hioiri:i-,'. belcliins, ))iliousiit!.''S. bad t:iste, etc.  iiircly   will lor Dr. Shoop's  Kestoriiiire.  For i.';i corn plica ted catarrh only of Hie uose.and  ihroat nothing else, however, need bo used but  NOTICE.  NOTICE is lioroby given tliat. (iO days after  date, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to jnivuhnsc the following described land, situate in Township -17 in, Siniilkaineen Division of  Vale District, and more particularly described  as follows:��������� Commencing at the X.A\'. coiner  of Lot !I00, on the left bank of the Siinilkameen  river, thence east 30 chains more or less to the  centre of* the south boundary of the S. \V. \ of  Section a), thenee north 20 chains, thence west  L'O chains more or less to the Similkameen river,  thence southerly and following the left bank of  the .Siinilkameen River to the point of commencement, containing iiO acres more or less.  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   MEN.  TABLE and BAR FIRST-CLASS.  RATES MODERATE.  te  te  te  te  te  K  *  *  te .. ���������      a  s a  te . m  te ���������  ==========================^^ n  ������ '     -Jj  Jf    Frank  B. McArthur,   -   -Manager    |  IC ��������� s  te x  s  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KiRBY, flanager.  Keremeos. Ii. C, "May 3.  C. A.  15107.  STOKSS.  17-!)  NOTICE.  NOTICK is hereby given that, IV) days after  date, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to purchase .'i-J0 acres of third class land being  the north half of .Section .'I!. Tp. a'", in the Similkameen Land District. Ucf|iiired for range.  Dated at Fairview this.'IOth dayof April. I1I07.  17-1I  HIRAM LVf'LKl'".  per It. H. I'lU-kinson, agent.  NOTICE.  NOTICK is hereby given that. (10 days after  date, I intend to npi'b/ to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and \\ orks for permission  to purchase forty acres of third class land, being the south-west (jiiartci- of the north-east  iiuarter of Section .''���������-'. Tp. .~>3, in the .Similkameen  Land District. Required for range.  Dated at Kairview this 30th day of April. 1007.  !"-������  K.  TRAVIS,  per It. H. Parkinson.  agent.  Try  s  ross  JOHN LOVE.  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  First  Class in  Every liespect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Stage  Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  PENTICTON LIVERY  FEED and STAGE STABLE  From M-irch 1st, 11)07, AV. E. AVclby's St.-ig(! will lutvo  connection with the Groat Northern R'lihvnvntOiovillo.  Leave Hedley at...  " Keremeos....  " AAHiiteLake.  "    Fairview    Arrive atOroville...  ...(5.5*50 a. in.  .ll-.'-JO a. m.  ...2.00 p."m.  ...1.00 p. in.  ...0.00 p. in.  Return Tuosdnysniul Saturdays.  Leave Oroville nt 5.H1J a. m.  "     Fairview S.00 a. m.  Arrive at Hedley (J.'SO p. in.  Fare from Hedley to Oroville   Fare from Hedley to Fairview    $8.00   $0.00  IL  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor  A beautiful di-ive over the best of roads.      Kxpress   1   cents  per lb.   to   Oroville.  Fast Stock  and  the  best of Drivers.       Kxpress   2  cents   per  lb.  to Kairview.


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