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 m*&mms2$&8ZEi&  .���������^itaJMU  iMiiiiixkB������qMni^MM������  ,,^^-iiiMeKwMMitf  ������������������'A,-.'  ^  >"*?-  ^^'O^/'^C..     ^"''^^<2^-'~-i-'>'t*  '���������'���������\',?rS'.^'~~  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER;  Vol. II.  No. 23.  HEDLEX, B. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1906,  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  1  OF COMMERCE  PmJd-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  "*---��������� -HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO  B.'% WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ,      -      ;"      ISSUED AT THE-FOLLOWINO RATES:  $5 and under.* ." .1    3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding- $10......    6 cents  ; "    $10       " " $30   10 cents o  "   $30       "��������� " $50 , I5.cent������  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Chattered Bank  {Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in the United States.  **��������� WEGOTIAH.B AT A FIXED RATE AT  *f   THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  *Wxe*r ibrm an excellent method of remitting small' sums of money with safety  and at small- cost.  COMMISSIONERS MEETINGS.  Meetings of Boards of Licence Commissioners -Tor Nicola Licensiug- District  and South East Yale.  Penticton Branch  J-. M. Christie, Manager.  WILLIAM E. BURRITT  ,i  BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUl'fAC,  * COMMISSIONER,  ETC.  HEDLEY  B. C.  CHARLES iE. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  MR. AYLESWORTH'S LETTER.  An  Explanation  from   the   Postmaster-  " General in Regard to the "Appeal  to Reason" Case.  HEDLEY,  B. G.  &-.H. ROGERS,  .-solicitor) conveyancer,  ,., -.-. notary public, etc:  V .v  '     Vernon,' B. '������'  '���������' <i      ��������� ���������   -��������� ������������������ "������������������ <* .'���������*. ;���������<  ���������'/. ;��������� -������������������.  ��������� -'  ;- \ Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  ;BSTIMATES FURNISHED ON ANY ELEC-  JTRICAL PHiOJECT FOR PoAVER OR LIGHT  Grand Union  ) HEDLEY, B.C.  ^ERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER &  -:0:  Civil & Mining Engineers  ������������������O:-  TVlirVE������ arid  [REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B.C.  A short time ago, by a Government  ruling, several magazines and news-'  papers published across the line word  excluded   from   the   Canadian   mail?  Among these,was a newspaper called  the "Appeal to Reason," published in  the interests of  the Western Federation   ������f  Miners.    Many of the subscribers of the said paper were  much  put out with this ruling, and-asked  the Postmaster-General for^an explanation.   Several of these papers .were"  *circulated in Hedley, and tbe^folloYvinjg  letter clipped  from   one   of our exchange's,  arid written in answer to*i  Winnipeg,, CQ-c-i-espondent, -may be of  interest: ���������"-������������������: ������������������ ���������--���������. .-,-'��������� .i,-.. .....:���������  ,,:... f'.;"'V;  "Ottawa, May 16tfa, 1906,  ;. "Dear Sir���������I have your letter ������f the  /������������������'���������'*"* - *������������������ ���������"* --������.,'.- r        ,;���������  .4'lthJas^>c'lafmifag,-thi&,i'i^ht--pf..pub]iK:  cation known as the Appeal tQ BeasoM  ������6 thei uiie of'Canadian mails.' '���������       .' ?i  "The act of parliament by which;tae  administration   of   tlie 'postoffice department in'this ieountryis covered,  litakes ita'puri'ishable offehce^to ti*an.s-  mit through the iuails any piiblicaiioii  of an 'Mridecen'������','��������� immoral,  seditibi is,  disloyal, scurrilous or libelous character,"  and the responsibility of! deciding whether or iiofc any publication  is of the character above mentioned''is  upon the postmaster-goneral.      ��������� ;. ,.  ,,  "I have examined, scune of the issues  of the publication you i;efer to,'aiid  find it openly advocating the assassination of those who do not happen Jto  agree with its.peculiar views.    I think  I am quite justified hi considering'its  contents of  ah  'immoral character.'  Equally, the course it urges upon ;its  readers seems to me. subversive of the  first  principles   of  government,? and  therefore 'seditious and disloyal.'; The  language in   which   the    publication  seems habitually to express its views  is so extravagant and intemperate that  I would think it well deserved the description of 'indecent, scurrilous and  libelous.' .       :  "In Lhe.se - circumstances, I felt no  I hesitation in the opinion that it is precisely a publication of this character  which the law in Canada would, rightly or wrongly, declare shall not bo  transmitted through the mails in tins  country.  "This is the answer to your rather  unnecessary inquiry who has conferred  upon me the right to say what yon  shall read. I have never asserted any  such claim, but am simply trying to  administer, as well as I am able, the  laws of thi.s country, which other people, many years ago, have pi-escribed  for me.       Yours truly,  A. B. Aymswobth.  "William Scott, Esq.,  369 Elgin Ave.,  Winnipeg, Man.  The Board of Licence Commissioners  for South East Yale met in Fairview  on 'Friday, loth, when ii number of  applications for new licences and for  renewals of existing licences came up  for consideration.  ' The principal interest centred in the  case of the Central Hotel nt Keremeos,  which had incurred the displeasure of  the Chief Licence Inspector, who, as  announced by him in a previous issue,  had reported to the Board that the  Central Hotel was being run as a  saloon, and who -claimed to have  liad authoiity from the Board to order  the hotel to be closed. As f,he Board  had not met to consider the question,  and the Inspector was evidently acting  from some motive known only to himself in harassing needlessly the holders of the licence, the chairman of the  Board very properly stepped in, as he  was in a position to know that Mi*.  Venner's claim that the place was  being conducted as a saloon was not  founded on fact, for the holder's of the  licence, although occupying temporary  premises after'the fire,' were giving  both sleeping and eating accommodations. Here was an, occasion for the  exercise of a little common sense as  well as justice oil the part of the Inspector, and that had not.been forthcoming. The. Board very properly  saw the question in the right light and  granted the licence.  All other applications were granted,  with- the exception of that of Mrs.  Blyth for the Blythwobd hotel .-.at  Westbridge.  The Commissioner's for the Nicola  District, meeting at Princeton, granted  all applications. _..'...['���������.  LOCAL NEWS.  Mr. D. C. Scott, of the Daly Reduction works,  has  been off duty for a  for a few days owing to ill health.  Mr. Thos. Bradshaw has been down  nek  in  attendance.  for the past week with a severe at tad  of   rheumatism.     Dr.   McEwen 'is it:  A JUNE WEDDING.  ���������  Important Deal In' Aspen ,Gro've. '..',.  ���������Those, interested in ^speii vGrbye  canip will be pleased that*-the deal-in  connection with the balance of." .the  Bates-Armstrong interests in claims  there has. been "consummated. The  first payment; on account of the deal  was made on June 1st., The group of  claims consists of among others, the  Gincinatti, Boomerang aiid Liverpool  groups, and contains some of the finest  showings in the camp. The figure to  be paid for these claims is on in six  figures. B. P. Inglis of Montreal, who  is representing vthe capitaL invested, is  expected shortly in the district to look  accompany him.���������Nicola Herald.  B. J. Armstrong, who is one of the  owners of, the property, has done a  considerable amount of development  work to show. up the deposit. The  deal was worked up by J. P. McConnel,  correspondent for coast and eastern  papers, who has done a great deal to  bring the resources of that district to  the attention of capitalists.       ���������   ...  ,' Jaek Way . is now in Keremeos,  assisting 'Mr. Kirby in- the management of his hotel while .the rush is on  during construction:   . -  John Dignan, a freighter plying between here and Penticton for the Daly  Reduction Co.; has disposed of, his  outfit to Dougald Gilldspie.  Mr. Geo. Shelder.went out on Monday .morning's stage, enroute to' his  honie in the. east, where he will meet  Mrs. Shelder. ' They Will return in  about a month.  W. A. McLean, building contractor,  was in town last Friday. He'is now  engaged in ,putting in a' system Of  flumes and ditches for the Southern  Okanagan Land,Co.  Mr.' Lang, our local artist. ofr the  brush and paint,, went down to Keremeos on Monday. He does not intend  to "paint the town," hut 'will" be engaged in putting the color, on J. D.  Innis'new house. '.     ,       ...  ' Dell Young, of Wolf- Creek ranch,  stayed over Friday night in* Hedley,  on his way to Summerland. His  brother-in-law, who is suffering from  nervous prostration," Avill return with  him and spend the summer months on  the ranch.  D..C. McGregor, ������*i mining'engineer  from the.Kootenays, passed' through  "own. last, week oil his way to Princeton. He is on the lookout for copper  properties and it ��������� is -expected he will  make a short' stav here and see what  .Hedley 'has to offer, while on his  way back. >  ,. Messrs. . W. H. Gardner and E. M.  Cudworth,. .raiiehers, -fruin. Anarchist  Mountain, were in town a few days  last .week. , They have on their hands  a. quantity of oats and were looking  for someone, to. handle them on commission. Mr. Cudworth'has the mail  carrying/. contract between Midway and Sidley.  Dominion Day celebrations, are , to  be held in Vernon andJPentic,ton. At  the 'latter place- a good .programme of  horse races and aquatic.and athletic  sports has been arra.nged and. .$400 is  offered ��������� in" prizes. The Summerland  band   has1  been   engaged   to.;furnjsh  LAWRENCE-GI LUiHPI 15.  On Friday, loth inst., a quiet wedding took place at Myrtle Grove  .Ranch, Penticton, the residence of  Mr. and Mrs. ,D. Gillespie, so well  known throughout the district, when  Arthur Bazil Lawrence and their daughter, 3Ii.ss Christina Gillespie, were  joined together in tin; holy bonds of  matrimony by Rev. T. Greene, M. A.,  of Kelowna., The wedding was fixed  for a o'clock, the bride being given  away by her father* Miss Ethel Gillespie acting us bridesmaid. The bride  looked charming in a white satin dress  trimmed with white satin ,lace and  ribbon, with silk veil and orange  blossoms. The bridesmaid's dress was  of white silk, trimmed with white lace  and ribbon.  Among the guests were Mr. and  Mrs.. Wutt n'na'n, Mr. F. and Miss  Bassett, Mr. P. Mclntyre and Miss  McKeuzie, Messrs. A. H. Wade, W.  Prather,.M. C. Kendall, Y. C. Kjtlcy,  W. Arnott, G., Todd-Na'ylor, Oscar  Bunce, and others.  After the ceremony the "guests all  sat down to partake of Mr. Gillespie's  hospitality, Mr. A* H. Wade pr<-posing  tlie health of the bride and bridegroom.  Rev. T. Green, in a few well chosen  words expressed the sentiments'of tlie  cqmpany m extending congratulations  to Mr. Lawrence on his ������*ood fortune.  The happy couple started for Penticton, amid the' good wishes of those  present, enroute to England, where  their honeymoon will be spent.  ; A long list of valuable presents is to  hand but we regret that lack of space  prevents its publication.  The'Gazette'joins with the many  friends of the popular bridegroom.and  bride, in wishing them prosperity and  happiness.  BASEBALL MATCH.  Keremeos and .Hedley Meet in a. .Friendly,,  ���������   Game���������Victory for the Home Team..  over,hif5 interests, and it is expected  that a mining expert from Mexico will I music for., the, day, and a grand, ball  will be held in the evening.  TWENTY-MILE ROAD.  Good   Force   of  Men at Work and  Fair Progress Being Made.  Operations in  the  building   of the  new road up Twenty-Mile, are now on  in earnest.    Beginning at the  bridge  below the old charcoal kiln, the new  road   follows   the   east   bank   of   the  creek, where an easy grade has been  obtained for a distance of half a mile.  As to the work already done, generous  width and careful grading are particularly noticeable.     The more  difficult  part of the construction is now entered  upon,  cribwork,  filling and  bridging  being necessary to make the ascent of  the  canyon.    The  amount of money  appropriated will not finish the work,  but "well begun is half done," and the  portion   already   constructed   reflects  credit on  foreman  Deardorf and his  nine men.  ,, Qn Sunday, Ling (something),' who  operated a laimdry ' oii Ellis avenue,  nearly opposite the. Methodist church,  moved his plant down to 'iChinatbwn."  He.is now located in the new building  recently put up by Mu Yuen in that  quarter. This is a good move on his  part, as it was only a.matter of time  when his plant would be out of place  on that street.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schubert and  son Bertie, returned to Hedley on  Saturday, having been in Penticton  for the past two mouths. Mr. Schubert predicts a very prosperous season  for the town by the lake. Many settlers are coining in to take up land,  and the heavv rains have done much  to help the growth of the numerous  young orchards which have been set  out during the last few seasons.  METEOROLOGICAL.  Tlie new barber shop fitted  up by  The Penticton stage is making good j E. D. Boeing Was made ready for occu-  time by the. White Lake route, not-,  withstanding the fact that the distance  is four miles longer. Part of the way  is rough and the climb from Keremeos  is stiff for a mile or so, but the greater  part from Wh ite Lake to Penticton is  in splendid condition, permitting of  good time being made. Mr. Welby's  stock is in very good condition and in  meeting the demands caused by increased travel.  pation last Saturday. A new porcelain bath tub, 0 feet in length, has  been installed, and also ?i sink of the  same material. Hot and cold water  connections have been mado, the water  being heated by a furnace in the cellar  under the building. Geo. Abies, who  was expected to occupy the. new premises, left town ob yesterday morning,  but it is likely another barber will  come in when the trade demands it.  The following a,re the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending June Kith  :  at the JUNE.  Maximum  Jun 10 .. 62  11 .. 55  12 .. 50  13 .. 01  14 .  ' -   54  15 .. 47  10           ..         48  Rainfall for week 1.17 inches  Snowfall, -i inch.  at the "MILL.  Maximum  10 .. 76 ..' 56  11 .. 72 ���������     ., 42  12 .. 56 .. 42  13 .. 66 .. 40  14 ..��������� 64 ..' 40  15 .. 64 .. 40  16 .. 62 .. 42  BainfaJl. .81  Minimum  30  44  32  34  20  34  32  Minimum  The first of the home-and-home  games betwee'n Keremeos and Hedley  was played oh the local diamond last  Sunday before the largest crowd of  spectators .that has turned out to witness a game here this season. The  day was almost a perfect one for a  game; not' enough sun to make it too  warm, and a nice breeze blowing down  the valley which kept tlie air fresh  and cool!  ..- The game was ..called by umpire-  Boeing at' 3 p.inV, with Keremeos'at  the biit. The visitors started out well,,  scoring, two in the'first and two in  the' third inning, but after that they  crossed ithe plate only three times.  The "boys in bhib"'scored -'three times  in the first inning and eight in the  third, and with this lead the result of  the game was never in doubt.  The play, for the most part, was not  fast, though the players on both teams  showed good spirit and did their best  to make the game as interesting as  possible. .  A noticeable and pleasing feature of  this game was tlie  entire absence  of  wrangling and disputing on the field.  An umpire, is only human and is liable  to make mistakes even while doing his  best to deal fairly.    Turner,  the Keremeos captain, thoroughly understands  the game, and when he bad any  objection  to make he did it in a quiet,  gentlemanly manner, thus doing away  with all the fuss and loud talk which  was so evident in former games.  The teams were as follows :  Kbremeos���������Bailey, Richter, Turner,  Slatter, T\ Daly, W. Daly, McCurdy,  Innis and Daniels.  Hedley���������Irwin, Brule, Mott, Watson. Henderson, Messenger, Cootes,  Revely and Nelson. -  The score by innings :  Keheeeos���������     2    0    2     1     1     1     0  Hedley���������        3    0    8    0    4    5  ���������  A return game will likely be played  in Keremeos next Sunday.  Mr. L. C. Wynne of Claudet &  Wynne, assayers.'of Rossland, is opening an assay office in Princeton, which  he expects to have in operation in about  a montlj's time. Mr. Wynne will pay  special attention to work coming in  by stage and his rates are particularly  liberal. For gold, silver, copper ox-  lead the fee is $1,00, any two of these=  $1.(50 and any three $2.00.  r'.':1 -i. j"ii>jiui������iuiv. v x t- t-:t*i  Musis t*\8<M������y ,-y y a. ���������>v.   THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.   JUNE   21,   1906.  '-    and > _  Siniilkaineerk Advertiser.  v-mvl u:i Thursdays, by the IIki'I.kv Gazkttis  I'l'.lSTINCi AND l'eiM.ISIIIN-f- CoMl'A.VV,  biMiTKti,  at Ilcdloy., It. C .  SIR HECTOR LANGfiVlN.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year   Six Mouths,...  . .'S2.U0  .. 1.00  Advertising Rates  ��������� Measurement, 12 lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Gortilleubcs of nnpi-ovcmontcte.,  ������7.110 for ttO-day notiucs, and S.i.00 for 30-day  notices.  Transient, Advertisements-���������not- exceeding'one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion, .25 cent*- for  each subsequent insertion.' Over one inch,  10 cents net- line for first insertion,and .8  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  - Transients'payable in advance. ���������'.,-���������'������������������  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month.  $1.2o; over;! in.oli.aud up, to 1 inches,. $1.00  per inch per month.' To constant advertisers  , talcing: larger space than four inches',!- on  application, rates will bo given of reduced  charges,' based on size of space and length  ;-of time  Advertisements will he changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  ���������charge. Kor changes of toner than once a month.  the  price of composition will be charged, at  regular rates. ,  Changes-for 'contract advertisements should  ��������� bo in the ofilce by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue. ; -   '"���������.  A MEQRAW,  Managing Editor.   -  Full Moon  (ith.  Last quar.  . 18th  Hf::;  1906  JUNE               1906  Sun. Moil  Tues. Wed. Thii. fri. Sat.  1  ''���������I.- ' 2-'  3      4  5      6       7      8       9!  10     11  12     13     14     15    1:  : 17     18  19    '20     21     22   '231  24     25  26     27   '28     29     30 \  MAKING A HERO OF REIL.  The.amount of buncombe, in  which some papers oi: usual eclir  tovial intelligence can at times  indulge was illustrated by the  -St Paul Dispatch the other day  when, 'fi\ commenthig oh the  death of Gabriel Dumont,', lieutenant .of Louis Reil in the Canadian northwest rebellion of  1885. It referred to. Keil as one  who "a hundred years from now  will have taken his place among  those victims of British fear like  Napoleon and Joan d'Arc. The  "rank.;may seem too high for  those of us -who lived in the day  when Louis Reil was almost  king, but without doubt he isia.  figure to appeal to the imagi-  llation, and the future may do  . him'the poetic justice which  Canada was forced to deny him."  It is almost incomprehensible  that a writer claiming to be-well-  informed should declare that  "criticism will always be visited  upon the British government at  Regina. That execution fol-  lowed a regularly conducted  trial in which Reil had every  opportunitj" under the law to  clear himself, hut as a result of  which the jury, without hesitation, found him deserving of  the fate that was subsequently  meted out to him. Kiel's character was such as to call forth  no sympathy except from those  of his own race, and among his  followers there were many who  when they realized how he had  misled them through false representations, were willing to  admit that justice was vindicated when he was executed. The  upraising which he led in 1885  was without j ustification, and  he was intelligent enough to  know that there was never any  prospect that it would succeed,  yet he recklessly started a small  war in which many lives were'  lost. In the rebellion of 1869  his true character was even  more glaringly manifested in  the cruel and treacherous murder of Thomas Scott at Fort  Garry.  Had he fallen before the bullets of soldiers in battle or been  shot down by the small body of  scouts that effected his capture,  there would have been little  sympathy wasted . upon him.  But since he was given a judicial trial and was condemed to  death maudlin sentiment strives  to make him a hero and martyr.  ���������Spokesman-Review;.  In the death of Sir Hector  Langeviti  another of the "few  rehuiihing Fathers of biohf^deration has departed.    Sir Hector  was   the   natural successor  of  Sir Geo. Cartier as leader of the  French-Canadian Conservatives.  He was an able organizer and  administrator   and   for    years  held .powerful sway politically  in his own province.   -The scandals which developed in his department were the beginning of  the end of the long Liberal-Conservative rule  in  Canada. and  were '.exposed as the result of a  quarrel   between   himself   and  Mr.   Isreal   Tarte,   who . afterwards joined the Liberal administration.    It is  of especial interest to know that Sir Hector  was active   in   promoting  the  union of British Columbia with  Canada,  and one of   the  first  official reports on the province  was prepared by him and submitted' to' parliament.    He- had  only to live a feAV years longer  to have seen the downfall of the  Liberal government upon charges of political corruption much  .more  serious   and   widespread  than any with, which he was  associated   and   which   cast   a  shadow over his political career.  Despite   his  political   misfortunes,' he deserves to live favorably in the memory   of   Canadians for whom in his day he  performed good service.���������Ex.  TENDERS WANTED  "���������eridcrs'will he received up to June #lsfc for  building lime kiln'and setting in- steam  boiler.'   Labor only.  ",;���������';21-2- DAJ.A*V REDUCTION CO.  Ltd.  NOTICE.  Tun roxTiAc coppebmi'nbs, limited  (Xon-peisonal liability) hereby gives no-  tiee'th-it it intends after three months from  thedatehcreof to apply to tlje Lieutenant-Governor for an���������'������������������Ordcr-in-Con-noll- changing'' ;the  name of the said Company to' the ': Kcreiueos-  ���������Pontiac '������������������''Mines,��������� "Limited,": <������������������ (Xori'-"\iei*ROiiftl  liability).  Dated at ltov-land, ]������. l\. 23rd May V.m.  la-Uni  WM,  H. DAXUY  Skci-takv  NOTICE.  NOTICE'is hereby given  date I intend to apply  that SO days after  . to the ' Honorable,  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and -Works,  for permission to purchase' 120 acres, more or  less, situated in the Similkameen Division of  Yalu District. 'Commencing at a point at.the  Xorth west corner of L. X. Ritchie's land, applied to purchase, thence east 20 chains to Dog  Like, thence north along Dog Lake 60 chains,  thence we^t to Indian IJes-crve line, thence  south along Indian Reserve line to point of  commencement.  Wm. lUTCim:, .7k.  Per .las. Ritchie, Agent.  Dated at Summerland. May* 1-2, liJOfi.  NOTICE.  The "Whitney government  cancelled the concessions of  spruce limits for pulp purposes  made by the Ross administration. The other- day Mr. J. R.  Booth- got a lease for 21 years,  of spruce limits on the Montreal  river, for which he paid $300-000  downwind is to pay rent at the  rate of 40 cents a cord of spruce  cut. As the Ottawa Journal  remarks, in the Whitney government, Ontario has struck oil  Certificate of Improvements.  CAMP REST and ALICE mineral claims situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  vale District. Where located :' In Camp  Hedley.  -TAKE XOTICE that I, Ainslcv Mcgraw,  * agent for George H. Cahill, free miner's  1 certificate No. 1179014, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the- Alining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining' Crown Grants of the  above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before issuance  of such Certiticate of Improvements.  Dated this Kith day of April. 1906 14-!'  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS from date lintend to apply to  ��������� the Chief 'Commissioner of Lands and  Works- for permission to purchase 160 acres of  land in tlie Osoyoos Division of Yale' District,  described as follows: Commencing at' the  S K. corner of the west A of east A of section 21,  township 8.������, being pre-emption No. ''JSai, run-  jiing tlience 40 chains east: thence 40 chains  north ; thence -10 chains west: thece 40'chains  south to point of commencement.  Okanagan  ANDREW HAMILTON  F-illh,March 31. WOO. 12-9  The Department of the Interior; has 'announced "that it will  undertake a special survey of  the iron ore deposits: of the  Dominion of Canada. That is  :'a V.eiy" estimable"ttiove, "but uh-  foi'tunately: for British Columbia it is hot mentioned in the  list of provinces which come  within the scope of the investigation to he made. "' We must  assume, of course, that the de-'  partmeiit is aware that there is  such a thing as iron ore in this  province,'������������������'buti'-' if so, we cannot  imagine why British Columbia  should be" omitted ���������''froth, the  sphere of operations laid down  for'the commission.���������Ex.  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for perinissionto purchase 1150 acres  of land described- as follows: ^Beginning at a  postmarked M. Daly's northwest borner, thence  running'40'chains south', '40''chains -cast, 40  chains north,,. 40 chains west to point of commencement and being southwest i of section 29  township 54.  Keremeos, B.,C. .April 21st.1900.  ,     "10:9.;     >���������,��������� , - M. DALY  NOTICE.  N<  Jini Hill is proving himself a  master of epigram. At the Canadian Club dinner in Ottawa he  told them that"population  without land is a mob, and land  without population is a desert."  DOG WANTED.  WANTED��������� A good intelligent collie ; dog,  about a year old.      Communicate with  23-25  A. A. Watson, Olalla, B. C.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to purchase one hundred and sixty acres in the  north oast corner of Section 35, Township 55,  Similkameen District. ' Required for range.  23-0 SAMUEL D. HINE.  . Fun-view, B. C. June 14, MOB.  OTICE is hereby :givcn. that sixty .days  ' 'from' date I intend -to apply to thc'Hon.;  the Chief Commissioner of/Lands and - Works  for permission to purchase the following described hind'situated west of'Dog Lake: ��������� .Commencing at a post at the northeast corner of A.  B.: Laurence's pre-emption.; No. 3894y;.ruririing.  thence north along shore of Dog Lake 80 chains  thence west 40 chains", thenee south 80 chains,-  thence cast to point of ��������� commencement.  MARjSARET; MAY RITCHIE  Per JAS. RITCHIE, Agent     '  Dated at Summerland this .  14-9 9th day.of A'pi*il,-190(5  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE,: I-intend to  . apply to the Chief .Commissioners of Lands  and Works to purchase 1(50 acres'of land described as.follows : Beginning at a post marked  G. M. A.'s southwest corner, tlience running.  40 ehains oast, thence 40 chains north, thence 40  chains west, :thcnce 40 chains south to point of  commencement and covering the southeast Jof  the southeasti of section 25 township 52-aiid.  the northwest & of the N. W. I of sec 29 township 54.  ICcremcos, March 31st. lilOG  15-9 G. M. ALLISON  NOTICE  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE. 1 intend to an  ply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase KiO acres  of land described as follows: Commencing at a  postmarked K. Corrigan's .northwest corner,  thence running east 40 chains, south 40 chains,  west 40 chains, north 40 chains to point of commencement and being the N. W. \ of Section 17  Tp. 54.  Dated at Keremeos June 9th 190(3  22-9  E. CORRIGAN  NOTICE.  IN THE MATTER OF the Land Registry Act  and in the matter of the title to Lot 5  Block 18 and Lot 15, Block 35, Map 136.  Townsite of Ashnola, in the Province of  British Columbia.  WHEREAS the Certificate of Title of John  O. Vansickle. being Certificate of Title Numbered 6190a, to the above hereditaments, has  been lost or destroyed and application has been  made .to me for:a duplicate thereof;  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a duplicate Certificate of Title will be issued at the  expiration of one month from the date hereof  unless in the meantime valid objection to the  contrary is made to mo in writing.  W. H. EDMONDS  Land Registry OfRce, District Registrar  Kamloops B. C, Of Titles  June 4th, 1006 .22-1;  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend to  apply to'the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase 160 acres  of land in the Similkameen Division of Yale  District situated as follows: Commencing at a  postmarked "M. K" and running in a zigzag  northerly direction on the west line ������f lot .292  for 40 chains thence west 40 chains, thence  south 40 chains, tlience east 40 chains.  D. GlLU'SPIK,  per Wal/tkh Giixesi'ik,  15���������9  Dated April 19th l!KXi agent.  TENDERS WANTED  Tenders will he received up to June 21st for  -1    cutting and delivering at the Works 500  cords of four foot wood.  21-2 THE DALY REDUCTION CO  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS'HEREBY GIVEN  days after date I intend to applj  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  that sixty  apply to the  permission to purchase eighty acres of land-for  range'purpqscs as follows : Commencing at the  northwest corner of section thirty, township  50 in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District,  (Similkameen Land Recording District); thence  east 40 chains; thence south 20 chains; thence  west 40 ehains ; thence north 2(1 chains.  Dated at Fairview this 5th of June A. D. 1906.  22-9 RICHARD RUSSELL  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands &  Works for permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing at a post  marked F. Daly's northeast corner, thence running 20 chains south 40 chains west, 20 chains  north, 4o chains east to point of commencement and covering the N. vV. k of the S. w. J of  Sec. 13 Tp. 52 and containing 80 acres more or  less.  Keremeos B. C.,1 Juno 9th 1906  22-9 F. DALY  iMNItCMF  NORTH AMERICA  Gapital-i$4',866,666. Reserve��������� $2,141,333.  HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA,       -      MONTREAL ij  111.r'STIKEMAN', General Manager J. ELMSLY, Snpt. of branches ,i  'BANK1N0BY:MA1L���������Accounts ��������� of-parties1 living > at a distance' receive our"  special attention. Deposits can be made through the mail, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any ..imc.   ,A General Banking Business Trans- ������������������*!'  acted.   Drafts issued, payable at all point-tin Canada and abroad.  Medley Branch,  L. Q.TlacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  p-~~.  Campbell & Shier  nen's   Furnishings   Store  \  r'-v  OUTING SHIRTS  With'fancy silk stripe,- double collar,  extra large  size,   English- make.  NEGLIGEE SHIRTS  In very neat patterns, pleated fronts, the W.Gr.R.  liisvko, s>ome of these arc made in the coat style.  REGATTA SHIRTS  "Stiff bosom, in dark, medium and light colors.  These are very fine quality.  WORKING MEN'S SHIRTS  In   ginghams,   moleskin,   flannelette -and ' black  sateen        ....       Price 75c to $1.50.  BOYS' PANTS  In fancv tweeds, worth-85c and $1.00,     Ac r-rc  Clearing them out  at "O *���������*-���������������������������-'������������������-���������'���������  Campbell & Shier, Hedley, B.C.  FIR ST- CLASS IN  Wc have  received' t.he largest, and best* asserted stock  of Liquors that,  has  ever  come  into  t������he  Similkameen  Scotch  1  Canadian Ryes  Usher's Black Label  ��������� House of Lords  . House of Commons  i Seagram's \83  Canadian Club  Gooderham & Worts  Black arid White  American  Caledonia Liqueur  -Hunter's Baltimore Rye  John Dewar & Sons  Old Hermitage Burbon  Lemp's   St.   Louis   Beer.  McDermott (& McArthur  Proprietors  I  I  ���������v  I  .1  I  t       '  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  1.:  ii  TWEDDLE <B, REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works to purchase the following described  lands situate in the SimilkanicciV Division of  Yale district and described as follows : ' Start-  ing.at a post marked J. P. G's N. E. corner set  at the N. W. corner of Lot 21(57. theneo south 20  chains; theneo west 20 chains, thence north 20  chains, thence east 20 chains to point of com--  mencoment and containing 40 acres more or  less.  Koremcos, April lQfch, 1906.  1W) J. P. GORDON  NOTICE  CIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I jntond ! '.  '���������' apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lanj ���������  and Works for permission to purchase 1(50 acrj i  of land described as follows: Beginning at'J!  post marked T. Daly's southeast corner, thon'ii  north 40 chains, west 40 chains, south 40 chnii''^  cast 40 chains to point of commencement ar,i  being Houthwcst ������ of southeast 1 of section j!  and southeast I of southwest 1 of section jj! 1  township 52. ;j;<  Keremeos, B. C,. April 21st '08. V  16-9 T. DALY, |i  Per E. M. DALY, Agent;]  M THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   JUNE 21,   1906.  Town and. District.  Mrs. Fan-ell of Keremeos visited  friends in Hedley on Tuesday.  A supply of new shoes and dies is  nrriving at Penticton for the Daly Reduction Co.  Major A. Megraw weiit out by Friday morning's stage on a short visit  to the coast cities. '  Miss Machin came in from the coast  ��������� on Saturday night's stage, to take  charge of the Similkameen diiiing  room.  Mr. and Mrs. L..W. Shatford and  children, drove over to Fairview on  Thursday hist, returning on Monday  evening.  F. P. ' Howard' will' make' regular  weekly trips to Hedley with fresh  fruits and vegetables. See his ad. in  ��������� another column.  ' The Commercial hotel dining room,  which was, closed temporarily while  changes were being made on the inside of the building, ��������� was re-opened  last Thursday.  An ad. in the Gazette ��������� pays. This  we know from assurance voluntarily  given us from advertisers as to good  results of returns obtained from ads.  that have been run in tlie Gazette.  The Hedley school closes for the  summer holidays on Friday, June 29th.  The Nickel Plate school will close a  week earlier to allow Miss Ford time  to be in Victoria for the teachers' convention.  Now that J. J. Hill is doing so much  for Canada, and British Columbia in  particular, probably it would be in  place for one of the many 100,000 clubs  in the province to present him with an  honorary membership.  Mrs. W. A. McLean and family are  again taking up their residence in their  house on Scott Ave. Miss Myrtle, who  has been attending Columbia College  for the past year is expected home for  the holidays shortly.  Since the opening of John Love's  new drug store, a flag has been floating  from the staff on the top. of the building bearing the words "The Alembic."  Mri Love has installed a soda fountain  and is patiently awaiting the coming  of hot weather.  * A monster celebration at Loomis is  being advertised for July 4th. Several  persons from Hedley expect to make  the trip, and there has also been some  talk of Keremeos and Hedley combining to represent Similkameen in the  base ball tournament.  Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Shatford, of  Slocan, and children, stopped over a  day last week on their way to Penticton, where they expect to take tip  their residence. Messrs. Shatford  have closed down their Slocan business.���������Vernon News.  The meeting of two persons bearing  the same name is a very common occurrence, but a Hedley lady while on  her way to the coast had, a rather odd  experience which eclipses anything  of this kind we have ever heard of,  having met two other persons  of the same name and initials,  The Vernon News says:-���������"Two Mrs.  S. L. Smiths were on the outgoing  train on Saturday, while an S. L.  Smith, unconnected with either of the  ladies was on--the station platform  when the train pulled out.   The name  School Inspector Gordon was making an inspection of the schools in"the  the lower Okanagan hist  week.  Mrs. Staves and daughter, of Col-  ville, Wasli., mother and sister of Mrs.  Wynne arrived in town on Saturday.  Good progress is being made on  Tweddle and Reith's new hotel at  Keremeos which will far eclipse the  old building destroyed by fire;  Rev. D. F. Smith, (Presbyterian)  .will conduct divine service in Fraternity Hall on Sunday evening next at  .7:30.   Everyboby welcome.  The British Columbia Review, a  special publication brought Out by the  Vancouver "World has just come to  hand. Its pages are bright- and racy,  giving fullest descriptions of all parts  of the province, its interests and industries. Mining, ranching and fruitgrowing have received special. attention, mauy of the articles being illustrated. ' *      '    ���������   .  What is,more delightful than a trip  up the mountain on a .beautiful day in  June!- On Sunday last a party of Hed-  leyites took a jmint up the hill just behind the town, starting about 9:00  o'clock and returning about 2:30.- The  weather was all that could be wished  for, and the climb although a little  fatigueing, was fully compensated for  in the view of the superb scenery from  top. The aiv was perfectly clear, and  a view of the valley for miles up and  down the river could be obtained.  The descent, though at times somewhat perilous was much faster ,than  the journey up, as it was made down  one of the canyons, where the crumbling rock and sand made many a  miniature land-slide when started.  ARTHUR D.   MILES  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER  HEDLEY  | HOT ELI  f HliDLEY |  tl     Under   New   Management    -S  *  te  K  I  I  te  I  te  THE BEST PROVIDED  IN KITCHEN AND BAR  AND EVJERY CARE  TAKEN FOB THE COMFORT OF- P A T R O N S.  o<>oooocooocoooccooco������cccoecoooooecoc������Gccccocccc������  I GIBBON   and   g  | McDonalds  J������ Proprietors                X  * -                                                  I  ABOUT GROCERIES  and   DRY GOODS  REVELY'S  STABLE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Your wants for Livery or Team  Work will be attended to  by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  ft fl. WRIGHT  BOOT &  SHOE MAKER  HED*L,E-V-, B. C  BANNEN & SMITH  General Blacksmiths and '  Horseshoers  HEDLEY,       - -       - -       B.  Fact i���������Our Store is the most attractive  in town and our stock is the  most complete.  Fact 2���������We are stocked with the very  best goods obtainable.  Fact 3���������We are up-to-date in all pertaining to our  business.  Fact 4���������We have one price for everybody, courteous treatment and  good service.  Fact 5���������We shall be pleased to have  you call and inspect our stock,  whether you buy or not.  of Smith has its disadvantages, and  parents of that euphonious patronymic would probably confer a favor  upon their children by distinguishing  them from the great majority of names  so little susceptible to duplication as  Ghronolonthogous, Abrascadabra or  Pyloniticus."  A recent issue of the St. Thomas  (Ont.) Daily Times makes mention of  honors awarded to Theophile J. Meek,  B. A., a student at the McCormick  Theological Seminary, Chicago. In  the summer of .1901. Mr. Meek w.as  stationed at Fairview as Presbyterian  minister, and was a very popular  young man. The prize won by him  was the Nettie F. McCormick Travelling Fellowship, which is awarded  annually for the best writing on a  given subject, and entitles him to two  years' study at any home or foreign  seat of learning. The subject this  year was "The Date and Origin of the  Book of Dueteronomy" and Mr. Meek's  paper was adjudged the best ever  presented for the competition in any  year. He has chosen a course in the  University of Berlin, Germany, and  will leave for there shortly. His Fair-  view friends will no doubt be pleased  to hear of his success.  Mr. F. P. Howard begs to announce  to the people of Hedley and vicinity that  he will make regular weekly trips to town  with a supply of fresh fruit and vegetables.  Reserve your orders for him.  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  S.  F.  &  N.  RY.  Daily  Leave  9.15 a. in.  0.13 a. m.  0.15 a. in.  0,15 a. in.  !).15 a. in.  MIDWAY  Spokane, Seattle,  Everett, IJclling-  bani, Vancouver,  Victoria and all  Coast points.  Spokane,  Fernie,  Winnipeg, St. Paul  Minneapolis  Grand Forks, Republic, Marcus  Northport,  Koss-  land. Nelson  Knslo, San don  Daily  Arrive  ti.10 p. in.  (S.10 p.m.  6.10 p.m.  (i.10 p. in.  0.10 p. m.  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  ORIENTAL LIMITED" (\  Daily   Overland   Trains     *-���������  A NEW HOUSE CONTAINING MORE BED  ROOM   ACCOMMODA-  TIONTHAN ANY  OTHER IN TOWN.  TABLE A.MD BAR  FIRST-CLASS.  RATES    MODERATE.  PETERSON BROS. &. LIND  Proprietors  ���������^E^tj ^^^i^^^^^t^^^^"^"^E^t^^^^ ^^*^o-^o^v^^^^ ^^^^���������^p-^S^'b^^  ..Hedley Meat MarKei.  iiuidididiiiiidiliidititiixditiididididiiiiiiiii  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  OPENED THE BUTCHER  SHOP ON WEBSTER ST.,  WITH A SUPPLY OF  CHOICE MEATS OF ALL  KINDS���������BEEF, MUTTON  AND PORK :: POULTRY  FOR THE HOLIDAY  SEASON :: :: ::  W (1) 9) 9) >**��������� ')) 0> 9) >)) 9)9) 9\ i. ������> 9) 9) 9) W fl>'������>  M. McAULEY -       Local ilanager  Shatfords,  Limited  STORES AT  FAIRVIEW and  HEDLEY  MOoeeoooooooooQooeooooooQoeoQoooooooosooooeQ  Keremeos New Townsite  The V. V.  centre- of the  Now On the Market.  Station Avill be in the  <fc E.~ Railway  town.  Now; is the time to get your lots, before the fh*st  train comes up the valley.  Choice, 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around town site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,   Just a few  left.   Now is the time to double your money.  For Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  J. J. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $ioo, $200  and $250  t, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  ro Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  2  From Spokane for Winnipeg,  St, Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chicago and all  points  east.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  call on or address  C. E. Preston, '  Agent, Midway, B. C.  S. G. Yerkes,  A. P. A., Seattlo, Wash.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  *****  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  LIVERY, FEED 0 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  feverutliing New and First-Class  ������������������������ ���������������������������^���������n^���������^���������������������������������^������^-*******���������  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid  to  the   Table.  -ALSO���������  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle   .  horses always on hand.  '��������������� ���������nn*vu-miwr<mDrm-*B'TWMar.'-aM.'-iUMMMw.M* iu; l.rawnf  WHEN   ANSWERING   ADVERTISERS,    MENTION   THE    GAZETTE r:  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JUNE   21,   1906.  FAIRVIEW NOTES.  What is so rare as a day in .1 uue?  Then if ever comes perfect days.  Then Heaven tries tlie earth if it be in tunc  And over it her warm ear lays;  Whether we look or whether we listen.  We hear life murmur, or see it glisten.  L. W. Shatford Esq. M. P. P. accompanied by Mrs. Shatford and children  drove over'from Hedley Thursday,-returning Monday' On Simday Mr..  Shatford visited the Park .Ranch, in  which he is interested, and he 'stated  to your correspondent that he, was  highly satisfied with the orchard there  which speaks well for Mr. Rippon-who  is managing the ranch*.  At the meetiog of the Licence Board  held here on Friday last, licences were  grante:! to all who liad made appli-  with th-i exception of Mrs, Blyth of  Wegtlnidge,  Wheiieyer anything turns up in  town, snow turns up too.  Mi-.. E. Bullock-Webster of Keremeos, Mr. E. M. Cudworth of Sidley,  Mr. and Mis. D. A: Mcrh-ide of West-  bridge, and Mr. Hamilton .Lang of  Peaehlarid were in town last- Friday/  Hiram Ingles of White Lake .was-in  town last week getting his farm implement repaired before the rush begins, also to change his cattle brand.  Mr. Inglis'first brand was X, and he  changed it.to H I, but when he went  to record the Litter he found that a  Siwash had it recorded and the result  is that he has to revert back to the old  brand.  There is a rumor in circulation to  the effect that Fairview was visited  by distant scions of royalty last ..week.-  Most people seemed to be dumfounded  but your correspondent is confounded.  Dr. Fugan, Provincial'Health officer  Avas in town on Monday, accompanied  by Dr: White of Penticton, and inspected the source of our water supply.  John C. Greenfield, Esq., P. O. Inspector came in on .Saturday, and--on  Sunday was driven to Oroville. It is  believed thatpossihly the old Oroville-  Fairview route may be resumed.  A meeting of the shareholders-o'f the  Park Ranching Co. was held on Friday  last,-. ���������'���������������������������'  Two petitions are in circulation, due  asking that a new Farmers' Institute.  District be defined; the other asking  for a wagon road on tte South side of  the Similkameen from J. Arnstrong's  pre-emption to the new townsite of  Keremeos.  PROPERTY  A  Hedley  Make  is the supply point for the Nickel Plate mountain,'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-be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  ��������� HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway; and with the advpnt of this road,  which is assured in theOnear future, it will unquestionably  hecome 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..    $206 to $400.  ....   1 d\iTl'daa������*  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  Those Who Invest Now.  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway Comes^^^  ForF*ull Particulars, Maps Etc.,  The Hedley  L;���������#. SHATFORD,  ���������;   ,  Secretary and Hanager,  -APPLY   TO���������  Go'y, Ltd.  HEDLEY, B.C.  GENERAL.  (Held over from last week.)  Mr. and Mrs. Main, Master Harold  and Miss Shaw left for theis new home  in Penticton on the 4th inst, Thev  will be greatly missed in local social  circles.    " ��������� ���������  R. B. Venner of Osooyos was in the.  Similkameen valley last week.  Mis D. McKenzie of Cliff Ranch was.  visiting Mrs Grier last week.  Mr. B. Bock and family of Red Wilr.  low are visiting Mr. and Sirs. Pickering of Mver's Flat.. Mr. Bock is look-  ing tor a ranch in this locality, j ,j  Hiram Inglis of White Lake was in  town last Friday and he -states that  the report in circulation to' the effect  that he had been ordered by the Dominion Government to destroy his trees  was entirely without foundation but  he has recently of his own accord cut  down all his pear trees because they  were infested with pear scale mite.  He believes that his were the only  trees so infested in this vicinity.  The Park Ranch was the rendezvous  of the pic-nicers last Sunday.  Mi's McDougall had a slight attack  of pleurisy last week, but is now convalescent.  Val Haynes and W. H. Mainguy  paid the town a. flying visit a few days  <">g<*-  W. W. Purdy of Kruger Mountain  is in Nelson at present.  Messrs. Lawrence and Gillespie of  Okanagan Falls were in town last  ���������week.  Tlie marriage of Miss Gillespie and  Mr Lawrence is set for the 15th of this  month, when it is their intention to  to take a honeymoon trip on the Continent. They hope to return in Sep-  tembei'.  Misses Carrie Phelps and Pauline  Campbell, escorted bv Master Henry  Phelps were visiting Miss Ellen Bassett  of Okanagan Falls on Sunday.  Mr.   J.  Bromley   returned from  visit to Hedley.  ' As far as heard from, little or no  damage was done to fruit on the Niagara peninsula by the recent storms in  western Ontario.  James Redford a rancher residing  near Alberni was shot and probably  fatally wounded by Mr. Rollins, a  hotel man of that place. .Mr. Rollins  had been hunting; bear, arid-, wounded  an animal. Giving chase he caught  sight of what he thought,\vas the bear  and fired,, terribly .wounding Redford  whom he had mistaken for the animal.,  Henry Lovel, M. P. for Stanstead  county, Quebec has entered action  for $2000 against Rev. Mr. Glendenning  Methodist.miuister at- Stanstead Plain  and secretary of the Montreal" conference/ The action, is .based on certain  statements made by the reverend gentleman in connection with Mr, .Lovell's  attitudein regard; to tlie Lord's Day  Alliance bill. . ,  Five: thousand dollars in mutilated  $1 and $4 Dominion notes was recently  found in a. Montreal dust heap by two  city scavengers, supposed to have been  thrown away by a thief.  The Right Honourable Richard John  Seddon, Premier of New Zealand died  very suddenly of heart failure on Monday June llth on board the steamer  Owestry Grange, en route from Australia to New Zealand.  Sir Hector Langevin, former minister of public works in Sir John A. Mac-  Donald's cabinet,. died at Quebec on  Monday June llth. The deceased  gentleman luid suffered a severe attack of broncho-pneumonia a few days  previous. The sickness took a change  for the worse Saturday evening, and  on the advice of his physician, Rev.  Mr. Lafhunnie was sent for and administered the last rites.  To make good bread you  must have good Hour.  If  you'- want the -best bread.  you  must iise the best  flour.  s  Whew! Its Hot!  Mrs. Machin, Carnegie Library, will  be glad to hear of Thomas Berry,  aged 22 years. He was working for  Messrs. Ironside, Rannie & Campbell,  aE Spence's Bridge, last October. His  mother-, who resides in Liverpool, is  anxious to hear from him. B.C. papers  please copy.���������-News-Advertiser.  Royal  VWt***1*W*1*WA**?tlxW<*"+yifoVf4**^^^  IS THE FINEST FLOOR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  : for sale by:  SttflTFORDS, LIMITED  Hedleij and Fairview  Cawston 0 Edmond  When your collar climbs your neck.  When yonr.clothes are wet and sticky.  When you drag your feet.at  mi-le-a-year pace.  When life seems blank and your  totingrc hangs out.  Then drink a cool bottle of  GILL AN & BRUM'S  CREAM SODA  choice aerated beverages  ���������itit up at the  Similkameen   Bottling  Works  Mail orders promptly filled.  [I*  J  <  0)  j  0  I  When  writing    Advertisers,    Please  Mention the Gazette.  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresh Meats  Fisii  Vegetables.  AND  Fruit  i  te.  i  i  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,  B.C.  [ AVING   taken  the   management  of  this well  known  house we wish to announce, to the public that it will  be'entirely renovated and remodelled with new and modern.  improvements. Special attention will be paid the dining room.  The bar will be stocked with the very best liquors and cigars.  McDermott(SbMcArthur, Proprietors  I  I  i  I  1  s  It' ' * ,   '  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, manager.  First Class  in Every  Respect.     Commercial' and . Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Stage  Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  >  2  0  3  ���������fl  >  Cut  Rates on Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.  HEDLEY,    -   -   -   B.C.  Livery, Feed and Stage  STABLES  ====���������==  ESTABLISHED 1903 -  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying  Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley-and Princeton  :0:-  Special Bigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  :0:-  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  aa

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