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Array AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B. G, THUKSDAY, JUNE 16, 1910.  Number 23.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in Vancouver.]  > S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  W.H.T.GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Mubk Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  RICH WEST FORK  The   Mining Situation   in  the  Eastern Part of Si milka-  meen Riding  REINECKE WRITES PAPER  SHIP-BUILDING FOR COAST  Vickers, Son & Maxim Will Build Warship on Burrard Inlet���������Will  Have Smelter    ,  KETTLE VALLEY RAILROAD  Geo. H. Br 6ughton  B.C.&D.L.S.; Graduate S.P.S.  Civil Engineer and Land-SurTeyor  Now at Princeton   '.���������''"'.'  Describing Conditions in the District  Soon to be Opened by the Kettle  Valley Ry.��������� Read Before' Mining  Institute Meeting  Vancouver-,..Tune 10. A special wire  from Ottawa, states that Vickers, Son  &-'Maxim, of Newctistle, will establish  a large, ship building plant for* steel  vessels on Burrard Inlet tidefiiits just  east of the firso narrows oh the North  Vancouver side.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.-'  Rates Moderate.       -  A. Babn-es, Prop.    -.' PBNrrcTON, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PU BLIC  Conveyancer,  Real Kstate.  Mine*.  Crown   Grunta   Applied   For  Undor  Lund Act and      ' '  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  ' Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  United Wireless Telegraph Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B. C.  Graiid Union  HEDLfiY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  mm BAflfiER SHOP  Two;Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  HAIR  CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  KKGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge Xo. 43, A. F. & A. M.,  uro hold on tho second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall.'Hcdloy. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  W. J. FORBES  \V. M  H. D. BARNES,  Secretary  K. A. C. STCI'IJ  IIAHOI.l*  .MAVXK  DALY  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock Exchange  Real Estate, Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W.  Opposite Sew Post Office  1'. O. BOX !)0(l  Vancouver, - -       . B. C.  E. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C.  (Grand Forks Gazette.)  Now that the railway muddle which  has so long tied up the" mining indirs-  try-onthe West Fork of Kettle River-  is at last about to be solved and the  Commissioners are already on the  ground to valirate the grade of the  old M. .& y. workings between Rock  Creek and Midway preparatory to  starting work a- fortnight hence, the  public are doubly interested in knowing something of the country through  which it will run.  Last autumn L. Reinecke of the  Dominion Geological Survey, spent  a short time examining the silver-  lead deposits oh Wallace Mountain,  West Fork of Kettle River, and the  gold-silver occurrences at Carini, in  the same part of the Kettle River  Valley. Necessarily, tho information  obtained during 'the, limited time  occupied in making the somewhat  superficial, examination, is only  sufficient''.'to allow., .of. the inore striking features of the deposits being  outlined. eThework planned for the  field-work season just entered upon  includes the information requisite  for making' a geological and topographical map to accompany a report  the Survey will have prepared on the  parts of the Wesc Fork' country  above-mentioned. Mr. Reinecke- has  already taken his party into the  district and is engaged in making his  arrangements to study its geology  and ore bodies in detail. Now that  the railway into the district is fcto be  undertaken, the action of the Sirrvey  in. giving attention to the mineral  resources is timely and will help the  development of the ruining properties  and, utilization of the ore bodies occurring there.  The distance,frpnr Midway to Beaverdell at, the f001 of Wallace Mo uir tai n  is 50 miles; Carmi is .5 miles f urther up  the river. It is proposed to build  on from ^Midway, thus giving direct  connection with .Trail where silverv  lead ores may. b femelted, extending on  westward .'from the ;VVest Fork into  the Okanagan Vaijley and thence on  to Nicola, now connected with the  coast.  The following is an abstract of a  paper on this district contributed by  Mr. Reinecke and read -tit the Western Branch of , the Canadian Mining  Institute held in Grand Forks last  month.  Mineral claims were located in the  part of the West Fork country now  under notice as long ago as 1889, but  there was not much prospecting work  done there until the period between  1896 and 1900. The production of ore  has been in progress on a small scale  from 1000 to date. The Carmi-mine  was worked in 1899-1901 and again in  11)04, but it has remained inoperative  since the last-mentioned year.  The hilltops around Beaverdell  reached to an altitude of 1500 to 2000  ft. above the floor of the vallev of tlie  West Fork. The hills are in general  broad flat-topped ridges thickly covered with timber. The mining properties on Wallace Mountain are reached  from Beaverdell by a switch-back  wagon road of unusally low gradient.  An extensive mass of granodiorite  underlies the West Fork from a point  about eight miles above Beaverdell  and for some distance to the south of  that place. Similar rock is the conn try-  rock on Wallace mountain. The ores  consist of galena with silver and zinc  sulphides,  ruby silver,   and   grey t-op-  STBEL KAILS ALSO      , ;  It is said the plant will be ready for  the construction of additional ships  for;the.Canadian navy. It is said that  no subsidy has been asked for the enterprise, which is purely commercial  and designed to meet the needs of  Canada and 'Australia.'; Tke plant will  have a smelter in connection and an  equipment for the manufacture of  steel rails.  Commission Appointed to Value M. & V.  Road-bed as Preliminary to Payment of Old Bills  RESIGNATION ASKED FOR  CONNAUGHT FOR CANADA  Illustrious Successor to  Earl Grey has  been Selected  London, June 9th.���������-In accordance  with the wish of the late King '-Edward'  the Duke of Connaught will succeed  Earl Grey as the governor-general of  Canada, probably next spring.  The duke is first;to make a visit to  South Africa for the purpose of opening the new parliament.  SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC  A joint picnic of the Sudday Schools  at Hedley and Keremeos was held on  Saturday last, when a. contingent of  little folks from the fruit towrr accoin-  panied by Miss McMullen, teacher,  came up on the train and joined in the  day's outing.  The early 'morning did not look  promising, but later on it cleared up,  and before train time it had turned  out a fine day.  Dinner was served in/the union hall  and in the afternoon games were  carried out on the base-ball grounds  in which the following were prizewinners:  Wheelborrow race, 1st Mason Shier,  2nd Leo. Brown.  Sack race, 1st Jack Shier, 2nd Mason.  Shier.  Egg.race, 1st Hattie Innis. 2nd Av-  onia Jones.  Boys under 7, 1st Vander Rose,  2nd Gomer Jones.  Girls under 7, 1st Lillie McLeod, 2nd  ElaBolam.  Boys from 7 to 11, 1st Hubert Bolam  2nd Harry Boeing.  Girls from 7 to 11, 1st Jessie Rose,  2nd Lena Worth.  Boys from 11 to 15, 1st Mason Shier  2nd Leo Brown.  Girls from 11 to. 15, 1st Hattie Innis,  2nd Avonia Jones.  Three-Legged race, 1st Jasper Woodward and Richard Clare, 2nd Alex  Innis and Leo Brown.  Married Ladies' Race, 1st Mrs. Logs-  don, 2nd Mrs. Forbes.  Victoria, B. G.  June 9.��������� L."Mi Rice,;  of Seattle, who has just returned from;  completing a reconnaisaneesuryey for  the British Columbia & Ala-jka Railway through;central British Columbia  has been appointed by the Kettle River  Valley Railway company as its valuator, to. act. with Mr.   R.F. Green, the  nominee of the provincial .'government  and a third commissioner upon whom  these  two gentlemen   will agree this  morning,   to   estimate   the:   amount  which'the Kettle River Valley lines  willpayforthe acquired .right <if way  of the; abandoned Midway ������& Vernon,*'  road,  such payment being appiied'tb  the settlement 'Of the  outstanding^indebtedness of the Midway and Vernon.  The valuators, with President James  J.-'...Warren, of theKettle River Valley  lines  wiH,leHye-':'-;Vic't'oi:ia-foi^.,'ihe!fieljii  of operations this evening and it is ex:  pect that not more- than three or four  days will-be required for inspection,  and;-investigation's of the oldright of  way,  immediately  upon the completion of which contracts will lie awarded and   actual construction   of this  road assisted by a mileage grant, of  $5,000 froni"theprbyincialgoyerhment  arid the established Dominion .subsidy  of. $6,200, will begin ���������'��������� simultaneously'  from, Merritt and.from Midway.   Allowing for 11 maximum of possible delays the dht will be flying and construction in-progress   within a fortnight from this date.  Such, in brief, is the announcement  made by'President J. J. Warren, who  reached Victoria 'froni Toronto by way  of the American.lines yesterday. ^Tenders.for. the road  building were privately   invited   some   time   ago,   Mr.  Warren' says, and all is .ready for active prosecution of   the   Work.   The.  chief engineer.  Mi*. .Andrew  McCiil-;  loch, is now in the field and  the contracts now iibout to be let will, iri all  probability, .be  for somewhat more  than   twenty-five   miles,   which    the  cornpany, under its provincial subsidy  act, is required tp complete during the  present season, although it is not expected that much more; than the pres  cribed mileage can be completed this  year.   The report that  Mr. Lumsden,  late of the National transcontinental,  was to have charge of the work in behalf of- the proprietary company was  stated by President Warren  to have  been wholly without  foundation   in  fact.  Attorney-General   Considers  a   Disloyal  Justice an Anomaly  Vancouver Province)  Victoria, June 8.���������The resignation  of the commission held by Mr. W. J.  Clement, editor of the Penticton  Press, as justice of the peace, has  been asked for by Hon. \W. .1. Bowser,  attorney-general, a letter to that effect having been senc to Mr. Clement.  . In the Press of May 28 last, Mr.  Clement 'made reference in an editorial entitled "Mock Loyalty and  Mock���������'.���������Mourning," to the death of the  late King, and contemptuously referred to the mourning of the British  people. So indignant were the residents of.the district over this article  that a band of self constituted disciplinarians visited the office of the  Press and demanded an apology of  Mr. Clement. This he refused, and  an'../attempt was made to duck him.  Residents of Penticton coming to his  assistance, -he escaped, and his assailants were fined in the police court.  After a perusal of the article, as  well as: the subsequent reference in  the Press to'the'visit.of vigilantes, the  attorney-general wrote to'Mr. Clement  expressing his disapproval of the ideas  expressed, and asked that the commission of justice of the peace' be sent in.  CATTLE KILLING CASE  K. C. BROWN  HAimisTKR am) soi/ictrou  NOTARY PUBLIC. I'"tu.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  per. These are associated with quartz  pyrite, and in rare cases arsenopyrito.  Native silver occurs near, and in certain fault planes, while oxidized ores-  silver chlorides���������are sometimes found  near the surface. The veins vary in  width from thin stringers to perhaps  as much as 10 ft. In some parts of the  Sally mine oxidized ore has been found  to a depth of 75 ft., but.in general the  fresh sulphide ores are met with near  the surface and thence downward.  On  account    of  the   comparatively  small    footage    of   underground    development work (lone it  is not possible    to     determine    variations     in  character or value of ores  relative to  their depth from the surface.    Ore has  been taken out which after hand-sorting, has  averaged in   value  ,$300 per  ton;  then  again   the   lode   has   been  found almost barren.    The occurrence  of pay-ore along a vein is,   however,  fairly regular.   For instance, the Sally  mine,   with  approximately 2000ft. of  tunnelling has shipped nearly 700 tons  ore. of an   average value  of more than  $100 per ton,  while  there was placed  on   the dump about -1000  tons  of ore  having an average value of  perhaps,  Continued on Page Four.  Victoria, June 10.���������Judge Forin of  Nelson, has.been agreed upon as the  third membor of the valuation board  which will fix the price to be paid by  the Kettle River Valley lines for the  old right of way of the Midway <fc  Vernon road. The other valuators are  R.F. Green named by the government  and L. M. Rice, by the interested company.  SOCIALISTS LOSE GROUND  Boundary   Miners   Get Tired  of  Their  Domination and Administer  Fitting Rebuke.  Phoenix, June 6th���������What was probably the most hotly contested election  in the history of Boundary district  labor organizations took place among  members of Phoenix and Greenwood  Miners' unions on Saturday, two complete factions opposing each other in  both unions. The result was a decided victory for the anti-Socialists.  In Greenwood, secretary Hen therton  and all the other officers that had been  for years the representatives of the  Socialists party element, were ousted  completely, Heatherton only gottingu  handful of votes.  In Phoenix, where the Socialist  party have also held most of the offices  in the local union for some years, only  one of the old guard retains his seat,  President Harry Reed being returned  by a majority of three votes.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  A case which created a great deal of  interest here and at Keremeos came  off on. Friday last at Fairview before  J. It. Brown,' S. M. -Geo Cawston had  been charged with killing a beef belonging to au Indian named Terbaskec  in the lower- valley. Cattle men in the  lower valley have for some time been  convinced that their cattle were being'  killed and the annual losses therefrom  ;were getting to be serious, and owners  thereof were ready to pounce on anything which looked like the first sign  of locating the cause of the trouble.  That these losses were real there is no  reason to doubt but it is generally believed that they have been occurring  for the most part on the upper ranges  above Princeton. ,  The finding of a hide at Cawston's  slaughter house bearing the Indian's  brand  was taken as sufficient ground  to. lay a charge,  regardless of the fact  that Cawston had purchased a beast  from  this Indian a few days   before,  and the fact of that  purchase being  concealed from   the   first  magistrate  applied to for a warrant did not help  to secure it, for while the Indian was  being made the complainant in  the  matter it was  very plain   that his actions were  dictated  by  others   who  were determined to force on the issue.  Reports from the hearing tell of the  evidence for the prosecution  being so  contradictory and generally unreliable  that it was a matter for comment on  the part of the  presiding justice who  while not prepared  to  commit on it  nevertheless deemed proper  to  send  the case up for trial at a higher court.  In  this  connection   it is apropos to  say  that  when  constables   take upon  themselves to insinuate that the people  of Hedley are in sympathy with wrong  doers and do not want te see offenders  punished they are going beyond their  rights,  and   neither   have   they   any  right to say they are anxious to secure  a conviction  in any case   before they  have heard the evidence.    If that sort  of feeling  is  to   obtain   through  the  force in this  province  what has become   of    the    time-honored   British  custom  of considering every'man  innocent until he is proven guilty?   The  people of Hedley are not in synipathy  with  wrong-doers.    Neither do   they  hlame cattle men for doing what they  can legitimately to put a stop to their  losses, and   to that end we see   no reason   why   a. close   supervision   of  all  butcher shops and slaughter houses by  sonie one appointed for  that purpose  should not  be made regularly that all  meat   offered for sale be  properly accounted for.    An  accountant does not  consider it  a reflection on his honesty  to  have  Iris  work gone  over   by an  auditor and   there is no  reason why a  butcher should regard  the situation  anything different in his case.   On the  contrary they should favor such a step-  for it must be  anything but pleasant  to be under' suspicion as they all more  or less must be under the present state ,  of affairs.  Bail was accepted for the defendant's-  appearance at the assizes. THE   HEDLEY GAZETTE;- JUNE 16, 1910.  ���������ttbe  te  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Mined on Thursdays-, by the Heim.kv Ga'zkttk,  l'HINTIXC; ANIl I'rill.rSIUNG.COMl'ANY,,;  Limit*-:!',   at  lledlev.  B.C.'.  Subscriptions in Advance  Ptr Year ' $������.'*>  ���������*      ���������"   ( United States)...,.-  '-'.W  Advertising Rates  M'eiu-uruuieiit. iii liner- to the inch.  - L������nd Notices'���������Cortiflciitcs of improvement, cte.  ���������p7.U0 fur (50-day notices, and S'i.(Kl for 30-day  notices.  Advoi-tisoments will be clmnf*-cd once cvory  rnonth if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. Kor cluinyes of toner limn once a -month  tho  price, of composition will be chin-god at  regular rates. ���������     '' .  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in tlie ot'rico by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A. MEGRAW. Managing b'ditor.  Full Moon  22  Last (��������� war.  .'���������    , ���������  29.  19.10  Now Moon  First quar. 8  14.    -  JUNE  1910  Sun. Mbn.'Tues. Wed. Thii. Fri. Sat.  V2  .19.  26  (5  II!  20  27  14  21  .28.  1  S  15  22  29  2  .9  10  23  30  3  10  17  24  rill  IS  5  f--oni synods and  conferences are   ap-  p-ueutly pure and simple the modern  day    manifestations   of   the  "Id  cry  "oi-e.-tt. is  Diana of ��������� the. EphesiaiiK."  Tiie p-rpotnation   of schism,   tn some  of these kickers against church' union,  evidently spells livelihood ; but if they  had   an .opportunity    to    see.   how   it  works in the mission fields of tin.*-west j  they   would   possibly    modify   ���������their  vifws.   There are, however, two kinds  of opposition, to   union,   and perhaps  th<> outspoken opposition  which  does  its kicking in the open   is to be preferred .to . the.   insidious   variety   which  talks union and  harmony  but  practises the propagation of narrow sectarianism 'wherever an   opportunity presents  itself.      The" methods   of each  may  be* different  but (the  motive   i.s  probably   the' same   in   both;     it  is  "Great is Diana of the Ephesians."  fc*Jr ������4  NEW :': f  ZBA-DAllD  HOTEL  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Evcrsitliing New ami  First-Glass  Bar supplied with tlie (.Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and: Special-  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  -..-till  74 Years in Businesi  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  is a great convenience t(  those who live some clis-  Bank! ng .toy -Mall   1Sa ^Convenience to  ry  NOTICE  N^  ���������?���������->  QTIOK is hereby given that, thirty days  lifter-date J.- George W'ellwood, of Green  wood, B. C. intends to apply to tlie superintendent of provincial police, F. S. ITussey, of  Victoria, for a retail liquor licence for the  Hotel,   located at Westbridge.  GEOKGE WKLLWOOl)  Westbridge, May 23rd, lHOi) 1-Jf-i  tance from town.  Deposits .may be  sent in. cashdrawn, or other busi  ness transacted by mail, without any trouble or dela}^  Write or ask  our local manager to explain our sys-  teirr to you.  Kedley  Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  CEYLON TEA."  Pure  and   Invigorating.  Roosevelt    seems  to    maintain   his  strong., personality abroad as iriuch as  he did  at home and   is  loss effected  with  environment  than most of men  who speedily obtain a prominent place  in the public'eye.     Rising into proinii  ne.nce through the municipal arena as  he   did  there  are .few   who   expected  .him. lo maintain the steady flight into  world-wide fame,   which he  has done,  for -many, a batrachiun   oracle  in the  home   puddle   has    kept 'mum--''when'  tumbled.into the ocean.     Not so with  Teddy, however, for he sings as chirpy,  nnd.is'cpiite  as unabashed   in the presence of Europe's great  ones as when  he was  fighting   ward   politics   in the"  <-ity of  Xi-vy York.    No   man of'etpiaj  prominence   has jess   regard   for  conventionalities   than he  and he   can always bci-iiiu'iLed on to speak,his mind  wilii tin*   minimum of  restraint on all  occasions.     In   Egypt  the   diplomats  thought'he  had  made   a   l-wux   pas  when he  plainly told   the dusky  malcontents that they did not know what  was good  for them  or who   bad  been  their friends,   and  staid .Britons with,  a mixture of  timiditv  and an   undue  sense  of the   importance   of rigid  adherence to conventionality were shocked at what,they deemed his fearful indiscretion   in speaking  out so   plainly  his convictions.    That  it was  no slip  of  the tongue  on   his part in what he  said  to the sons of  Pharaoh- is   now  made  plain   by what- he has  told the  British  themselves  when face to face  with    them    concerning    that   same  Egyptian policy.    The British press is  disposed   to jibe him   and   call   him  down for taking the liberty of telling  them   things  that  they  know   to  be  only too  true, but it is the truth that  often   hurts  the  most,   and it will do  them a world of good to get it in this  straiglitforwiird manner.  ET  MW.LWMM.-H1H.I.II.11!  Mew from Coves'to Caver  webster:s  HEW  INTERNATIONAL  JUST'ISSUED. Ed. in  Chief, Dr. W.t.nbr!:,fOTmer' U. S.  Cca. of'E������sca������:c2.'', The Webster  Traditics'.'Devehjted. by Modern  ScientlHcLesicocrapiy KeytoLii-  craSui'e of Seven CenScries. General  Isforaatioa PrscSicaily. Dc*d&dl  2700 Pages.   6Q0Q Jliustrati.. .,3.  -���������f-00,000 Vcrds and Phrases.  GET THE BEST  isi .Scholarship* Convenience, Authority, Utility.  P/1L/IG&  Livery,������������������-Feed& Sals Stabies  HEDLEY   B. C.  IF A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.- 'If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phone 1 J.        I N N1S JB R 0 S. Proprietors.  GE0. CAWSTON  ISe Butchers, Hedley  iflMirt ��������� nil 1 imii r I Ti       v*  Write for Soeslnca FaBos to  G. & C. MERRIAM CO.. SPRINGFIELD, MASS.  Ton wiTT do M afavor 1-* -r-ntion tliis publication^  We do not.belong to the  Beef Trust nor are we  wholly opposed to Vegetarianism, consequently,  we keep on hand  OHoico Meats  of "all kinds and the necessary Vegetables to go  with them.  GIVE US YOUR. ORDERS  Phone No. 4.  Tun cause of church union between  the Presbyterian, Methodist and Congregational hoilies  which   has been in  process ol incubation for a  few   years  past is beginning to   advance   a   little  again.    One of  the signs   that sonic  progress is heing made   is  seen   in   an  occasional kick from some of the minor  governing   bodies  of  some  of   the  denominations interested.    The latest  kick is from the London conference of  the Methodist church   where a -strong  resolution   was passed   expressing dissatisfaction   with  the  basis of union  arrived   at   by   the    joint    committee  appointed to draft same   and assented  to by all conei.'rned  who bad the cause  of union at heart.     Two years ago we  had occasion to discuss   this  quo.-tion  and, in doing so,   to take exception to J  the action  of the Presbyterian  synod j  in this province which evinced  a disposition to throw  cold  water  on   the  movement.     These   periodical   kicks  WEHAVEMONEY  to invest in any sound proposition.  Timber/Goal or  .'/\griculti4r&l LgincJs  Make a clear sketch and write fully in your first letter if you  want a definite answer.  U/estern Canada Investment Co.  Suite -43 F"l������iotc. St  Vancouver, E5. 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MEGRAW, local Agent 89 King Street West, Toronto.  4������S  @  if:  tk,  ������  ������  ������  ������  0  ADVERTISE IN THE GAZETTE!  ���������������������������:--i  "������������������������������������������������������"'i'  X  X  1  I  ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������'*  ���������������������������'.���������"���������'������������������������������������ ������  - te  se  K  ������C  x  x  x  5e^ thej Display;-  rr*  x  x  x  K  ���������x  X  ?l  X  X  i  K  *  x  x.  X  H  K'  x  *  se  x  *������        X ������������������  - ~~    ~  ~ - ~  ~--���������:",."~^~^-~  7-  , Xm  X        .. '       :':  ,,_'���������-'���������'   -:    ..,-v -.-jf...  X , - ' .    .        ..-':.-..  ;   ������������������������  I  ���������*���������:  x  ���������������������������������  1  ������j ���������  r\������  HEDLEY.   $  f  i.  X  X  x  X  I  ALWAYS    GOOD   AND   FRESH  THE MEATiYOy GET* FROM  EDMONDS, THE BUTCHER  I  I  X  I  I Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, and f  Poultry.  Also Vegetables and Other Accessories  I  x  X  We may be able to still further improve Victor Records���������though  we hardly know where.  They are now absolutely uniform in tone and quality, wherever  you buy them���������so smooth you can scarcely hear the needle���������more  durable than ever���������and double faced���������two records for the one price.  NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORD������5-90c. for the two.  Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record.  ���������?#$������������& Write for catalogue of over 3,000 Records and watch  \^. the papers for list of new ones every month.  Berliner Gram-o-plroae Co., UmiSed  Montreal.  WA/Z/i *0enls Wanted Everywhere.  For Sale by '  LOUIS  C   ROLLS Sc  OO.  Hedley B. O.  No F^r&igUt - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  DYKE, EVANS ������������ CALLAGHAI*  536 Hastings St., Vancouver. ��������� I^HEPEDiLEY GAZETTE, JIJ-NE;'.16. 1910.  Tows*: and ^istrk&o.  ���������SO. J.   Wilson "of P.  Bu'r'ns & Co.,-  ^"v-Verinon-was-in Hedley o.Ver Sunday.- -j  J;; !;!)/'IVfcGrtrdy sr. came' up fromvKei-er;  ���������-.-! :]"tiieds on Tnesduyto see. his.-sbn .at. the  'hospital, and wjis well pleased to note'  '"'   the .speedy recovery, lie had made.  .J. Mairhofr!er was oil' duty for a. few  days last week. An attack of rheumatism was responsible for the lay-off,  but lie is now able, to get around  again.  Constable . Spr'oule   went   over   to  F-i.h-vii.-w on Thursday last to conduct  . the  prosecution   in the cattle.case.in  tlie ,-ihsi'uee of Constable Max Ewart  who is on the coast.   ; ..-.���������.���������.'"  A man does, not mind paying for  what, be buys, when, he is satisfied  with the goods and he sure feels that  way when he buys and smokes an  "Estiino" cigar.  Ellis Avenue is now open for traffic  from end to end and householders living on that street are able to reach  their houses with vehicles, a luxury  not before obtainable.  Bob ATcCurdy's friends were pleased  to see him well enough to be out and  around after the accident which necessitated bringing him to the hospital about a fortnight ago.  Mr. Gardner, representing the circulation department of the Spokane  Inland Herald was in town this week  in the interests of that paper and secured a number- of subscribers.  The Sluttz dramatic company appear to have fallen on evil days. According to the Oroville Gazette they  went busted at Molson and failed to  fulfil an engagement at Oroville.  is going in for a big eelo-  Penticton  bration on Dominion Day. FTorso-  racing with other sports on land and  water will give the people along the  lake an opportunity for a gala day,  Good progress has been made on the  railway grade down the. Okanagan the  whole being completed to within five  miles of Riverside and track-laying is  reported to begin -shortly after July  first.  The prohibitionists had a big field  day in the northern part of Washington stiite one day last week when  several counties went dry. Oroville  and Spokane are about the only rallying points left for the whiskey forces.  Mr. Creelnran was "joined on Tuesday  by W. W. Van Meter, mining expert,1  of Boston. Together they took the  train the. saine day for Oroville but  are expected to return tb-clay when a  further examination of tlie Golden  Zone will likely be made.  H.-H. Messenger who was formerly  employed in the mill bub left here  three years ago for California is expected back in Hedley in a few days,  with his family. He has found no  place as healthy as the Similkameen  since leaving-here and is glad to come  back.  .Tames Corrigan and his son Jack  .left on Tuesday for Hope where there  is considerable- of a. boom on at the  present time.. Mr. Corrigan has a preemption there that he has held for  some, years and he has recently had  some tempting offers for it but so far  has held on.  '; General Superintendent Jones' gang  of- Italian contractors'-' are making  great progression their d itch con tract.  The Dominion Wood Pipe Co. which  isfsripplying vthe.pipe have; been wired  to'r-ushVii tlie-piping; a large amount-  of the ditch,being now-ready for the  pipe. The job is apparently going to  take less time and money than Mr.  Jories was counting on and he is cor-  - -   .      - ���������._-.��������� -   ��������� .���������   * * *  respondingly pleased with the outlook for completing well within the  estimate. When working for themselves those Italians certainly can  make the dirt, fly and incidentally  make more money for themselves at  the same time. ��������� '  ,., C. E. Oliver returned last week from  a trip to Kettle Biver, where he spent  a couple of weeks looking over mining  properties iii that locality-'and. was  particularly interested in examining  the coal showings that since the discovery of high grade bituminous coal  near Midway, is becoming a feature of  that portion.of the district. The fruit  holdine- that have resulted from the  operations of the Kettle Valley Lvii  gation scheme promoted by W. H.  Norris a few years ago are also a  marked feature and are said to have  worked quite a. transformation in the  country lying between Midway and  flock Creek, known 'in the older da.ys  as Boundary Flat. During his visit to  the district Mr. Oliver was fortunate  in having Mr. Henry Nicholson to  pilot him for none knows the district  better than he, as he has seen it from  earliest pioneering days until the present.  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE BEDIM CITY ������@WNSJTE C������  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  )\  HEDLEY, B.C.  ^?#  ^  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending  June II, 1910:  AT TUE MISE.  Maximum        Minimum  Jun    5 . o()       ..        ,30  6  7  8  A)  10  11  40  S3  -12  55  ���������17  29  30  34  47  34  Average maximum temperature 47.42  Average minimum do        32.71  ���������Mean temperature 40.06  Kainf.-ill for the week   0.5   inches.  Snowfall        "        " 4. "  corutESroxniiVG wniiic op last vkak  'Highest maximum temperature 72.  Aver-'.gfc!  liuixi-mun  do  G8.71  Lowest minimum  do  29.  Average  minimum  do  33.47  Mean  do  51.09  AT. THE MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  Jun    5  .!           7S  ��������� ���������  51  b'  63  , t  45  7  ...     60  .     45  8  ..         69  48  9  .. "     S3  ������������������.47  .1.0  92  1   t ,  55  11  07  .39  Wire Wound and Continuous  WOOD STAVE   PIPE  For Irrigation, Power, and Water Systems  Write for Catalogue  THE DOMINION WOOD PIPE CO., Limited  New .Westminster, B. C.  Average maximum temperature 73.14  Average minimum ' do ��������� 47.14  Mean ' do     ���������     60.14  Ha in fail for the week   .37  inches  C'-'URUSPONDIXG WEEK OF LAST VEAR  Highest maximum temperature 88  Average do do 80.14  'Lowest minimum do 38.  Average do do 45:86  Mean do (53.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley; B. C. ���������   -  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  WESTMORLAND Mineral.Claim situate  in  the-Osoyoos mining division of Yale District.     Where located :Susap Creek, Simil1  launoen.  T-AKiC NOTICE that I, R. II. Parkinson Free  *-       Miner's Certificate No.  B192S8,' intend,  sixty days fi-ora date hereof, to apply to the  .   ii, u,   ,..,       c r, ���������       ....       .       j i Mining* Recorder for a Certificate of linprovc-  sfcable Hewitt,   of Princeton, has been j mimt,C Cor the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Gran*; of the above claim.  Ami further take notice that action, under  soj'.Uiiti 37,> must be commenced before thois-  huci.'-jo of such Certificate of Improvements.  It is reported in  Fairview that Con- j  Pa tod this 29th day of March, A. D. 1010.  R. H. PARKINSON  D. Braithwaitc, Agent.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  DrsTiucn* op Valk.  promoted to the position of Mining  Recorder at Fairview and will remove,  there shortly. Constable Hewitt has  proven himself a capable officer arid  his friends at Princeton and Hedley  are pleased to hear of his promotion.  The various towns that celebrate  Dominion Day are getting their.program tries out and perfecting their nr- j  rangements.    A  marked feature con  nected  therewith   is the  tendency   in !  ,..,,,,.1.,  ,.v,������,.vr ,..,,.,.   f,w.,,i-  n,ft ,.,.i,.i.i..i   ! -T.AKK notice that John P. McCuddy of Fair-  no.i.rl\   every case  to cut the celebra-, I.      vioWi   occupation,   farmer, intends to  tion   down   to one  day instead   of ox-' 'W'.i'iy for permission to lease the following des-  . I cnoo.l [and :���������  tending  it over   two or three   days as j    <:<mmoneUig at a post planted at the south  formerly.     IS veil Nelson  has declared '  for the one day celebration.  Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Brown, of Kt'ir-  meos, came up on Satin day's train  and Mrs. Brown remained over- .Sunday, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sprouk-  but Mr. Brown had to return to Kere-  jjreos the same day. Mrs. Brown r.'-  turned about a week ago from a lengthy visit to her- home in Manitoba and  had a host of lied lev friends to rail on.  WATER NOTICE  "VTOTICE is hereby given'that an application  x> will be made under part-V, of the "Water  Act, 190!)," to obtain a licence in the Sirnilka-  mecn Division of Yale District-  Approximately tlie number of inhabitants 25  ��������� (b) Tlie name of the .lake, stream or source  (if unnamed, tho descrition is) spring unnamed  on P R oI2s. ...  (c) The point of diversion at overflow of said  spring  (d) lTIic quantity-of water applied for (in  cubic fectper second) 1-20 cubic foot.  ' (e) The character of the proposed works,  pipeline.  . (f) The .premises on which the Water is to.be  used (describe same) Pro Emption No. 4037.  "(g)- Tho purposes for which the water is to  be used Domestic and Irrigation.  (Ii) If for irrigation describe the land intended to be irrigated, giving acreage about 3 acres  on Pre emption No i037.' ...  (j) Area of Crown .land intended to be occupied by the proposed works���������none.  ,(k) This notice was posted on the 17th day  of May, 1010 and application will be made to  the Commissioner on the 17th day of Juno 1910.  (1) Give the names and addresses of any  riparian proprietors or licensees who or, whose  lands are likely to be effected by the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet, F. A.  Ford.  F. P. HOWARD  Allen Grove, B.C.  ���������  Just Received  A Large Shipment of  for Men and Woman  ���������������������������-...;, ���������  oesi  ��������� LATEST STYLES&COMFORTABLE LASTS ���������  ���������  A Delayed. Shipment of TVlon's Fine ^2-Piece  SUMMER  SUITS  jr which we are  offering* at greatly reduced prices  on ac- J  2 count ot late arrival. '''������'' 5  ^ These Suits" are  exceptionally good value at $7.50 and $12. ^  ���������������������������-. --������������������'  ' ��������� ���������''_-������������������: l __l-^__ f  to  ���������  s,  NOTICE  fas!/ corner of J-ot 009, Group I, Osoyoos, tlience  south 10 chains; thenee west 80 chains; theneo  nort-li 10 chains, thenee east SO chains to tho  point of commencement, and containing 1120  )i'.:i-cs, more or less,  JOHN P. McCUDDY  March Kith. 1910 12-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  DlSTKICT OF YAL1-J  Certificate of Improvements.  CZAR FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, situate  in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: Camp Hedley  TAKK NOTICl!" that I, Ainslcy Megraw, F.  J- M. C. BfKilS'J, agent for l<". IT. I'Vendi. F. M.  C. HIHUSi and George Cahill, F. M. C. BIXJ17U,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certillcatc of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this twenty-seventh day of April A.D.  1910. 10-10  A1NSLKV MKGKAW  agent for F. 11. French and Geo. Cahill  x  X  X  X  X  X  Such as You should use when you want  to make an  impression  on  customers.  Is OnlyObtained  By using modern type faces on good stock  The  The company's . teams have in-en  husy during the pasL ten days geiung  machinery over front tho dopni ii iii*.'  works. The last, of the big lo!) h i..-  power boilers has been lowered tu its  place. The huge barrel of the tube mill  was also another piece <>f the equipment that all heaved a. sigh of relief  when it was got over into the yard  ���������a.nd will he more pleased still when it  is elevated and put in position on the  foundation prepared for it at the north  ���������end of the mill.  ''WICK  NOTICK,  that I,  Kenneth   Carlcton  '������������������   iioyd Frith,   of Greenwood,  li. C, occupation.   Postmaster,  intend to apply for permission r.o imrehase the following described land:  (.'.//Umoncing at a post planted at the south  c-iist cornorof Indian Ucscrve, boCNo. i, thence  west along Indian reserve No. ���������!, 20 chains;  theiic-u south-iO chains; thence cast L'O chains,  then north along tlie Indian reserve, lot No. 3  to point of commencement containing SO acres  more or less,  Kennetu CatU/ETon Rovn Fkith  Dated 21st of May, 1010  FURNISHED   HOUSE FOR   SALE  BOW KEE  laundry"-'"  Washing (.-tilled for and delivered. Satisfaction Guaranteed  Hedley, "   - B. C  X  I  X  X  X  X  X  ������  X  x  X  K  x  x  ���������f  Geiz&tte>  Job   Department  is prepared to turn it out for you  Patronize the' Home Shop  You Want Home Trade.  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  I  $  X  X  ������  ������  -TriiS RIVERSIDE NURSERJES  Grand Forks, 3. C    Comprising 100 acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in Britis Columbia.  AH  stock wintered in our cellars and   no danger of buying winter  killed trees.  .13 u vBiitish Columbia grown trees for British Columbia.orchards  ������  TENDERS FOR MEAT  rriIK UNDERSIGNED will sell his rcsidoncc  -1- on Daly Avenue, lledloy, now occupied  by II. McDiarrnid.���������Apply to  J. G. CORRIGAN  CBALED TENDERS will be received by the  *J undersigned up to Monday, June i!0th, for  year's supply of moat. Lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted. Full particulars on  application to  Dam- Recioction Co.  Hedley, 13. C.  ������������@������������������������������������������������������������������������������������@������������������������������@������������-:;h5'^������  ������^  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE^ 'JUNE-. 16,. loilii;  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen----Famed for Fruit Growing  Towr and-Lower Valley.  BORN���������At Keremeos, on Saturday,  llth inst.. to Mr. and Mrs. Fermin  Sauve, a daughter.  , Mrs. Nakken is spend a few weeks  with friends of J. 11. Sliaw's at Spokane.  A. J. Saunders, tonsorial artist, of  Keremeos and Princeton, was in town  on Monday.  Miss Violet Kirby left recently for  Vancouver where she will enter the  hospitals for training as a nurse.  Miss McLean, of Hedley, arrived in  Keremeos on Tuesday and is the guest  of Mrs. J. A. Brown for a few days.  Mrs. E. M. Crooker, who has been  spending a ���������fortnight with friends at  Armstrong returned home on Tuesday.   ...  Mrs. John Knowles reports having  garden peas ready for use on June 4th  and new potatoes on the Sth of June.:  Who can beat this?  W. Arthur Battye, piano tuner, of  Vernon, was in Keremeos during the  week and successfully treated a number of ailing instruments. ,  Some half-dozen from Keremeos attended the Sabbath School picnic at  Hedley on Saturday and report a good  time. Others intended going but were  scared off by the weather- which  threatened rain during   the forenoon.  Mi*. Benjamin Nickle, who spent  some time here two years ago is back  again on a visit to friends. He likes  the Siinilkameen better than any  other place he has struck and is contemplating bringing his family from  Burkes Palls, Ontaria to live here.  Mrs. J. .T. Armstrong, accompanied  by her son Harry, of Princeton, left  on Monday for Hot Lake, Oregon,  where they will spend a couple of  weeks and Mrs. Armstrong will take  treatment for rheumatism from which  she  has    been suffering   slightly   for  RICH WEST FORK  Continued from Pago one.  $25 per ton. The high cost of hauling  to Midway under existing conditions  has prevented the utilization of the  latter. This ore was taken out with  very little auxiliary sloping.  The boundaries of the silver-bearing  deposits have not been definitely determined.. The claims sufficiently developed to admit of their shipping, or  likely to eventually ship ore are  within an area of something like three  square iriiies on the western and southern slopes on Wallace Mountain. The  Sally group is three miles by wagon  road from Beaverdell and 1500 ft.  higher than it, while the claims on the  far side of Dry Creek are about two-  and-a-half miles east of the Sally, so  are nearly twice as far from Beaverdell.    -On  the   western, sl'cipe   of ,the  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BKOKEItAGE,  FIKE "IXSUHANCK  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE - KEREMEOS, B.C.  P. BROMLEY,  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  HATS & SHOES  Horse-Shoeing' a Specialty  KEREMEOS,        ������������������- -  B. C.  some time.  The gang of men "on government  road-work under the. supervision of  O. H. Carle are doing some good work  "in and around town. The low spot on  the street in front of the post-office is  ;being filled m and several bad spots  on the road between the upper and  lower towns have been put into good  shape.  Mr. H. N. Crooker, of Ontario, who  has been spending the past month in  British Columbia arrived in Keremeos  on Tuesday on a visit to his son E. M.  Mr. Crooker though well advanced in  years is hale and hearty and on his  present trip to this province brought  his kit of carpenter's tools with him  and has been engaged for some weeks  on the improvements being made to  the C. P. Ii. hotel at Sicamons.  D. T. Forbes, of the Eastern Townships' bank staff, Grand Forks, who  has been relieving Mr. Lawson, manager of the local office, for the past  two weeks, returned home on Tuesday, Mr. Lawson having recovered  sufficiently from his recent indisposition to resume, his duties. Mr. F. S.  Stevens, whose home is in Toronto but  has recently been engaged in the  bank's office at Coaticook, Que. arrived here last week and will assist  Mr. Lawson.  Fire destroyed the round house and  two locomotive engines of the Great  Northern at Oroyille on Saturday  night. One of these engines, number  9J10, w.-.s considered a "hoodoo" among  railroad men and no tears were shed  at its removal from active service. At  one time and another it is said to have  been responsible for the death of over  a, dozen engineers and firemen and has  done some startling stunts in the way  of going over embankments into  rivets and lakes, only to be fished out,  repaired and sent on its way again.  Whether the present wreck will be  refitted and again sent on its baneful  course is a matter of conjecture. Since  the Itoth of May it had been pulling  the regular- passenger train on this  run; prior to that it was on the Phoenix run for a short time.  TOMMY SING  Contracts for Work  Land scrubbed or any kind of work by  contract at reasonable rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China.  SING LEE  LAUNDRY  Work called for and delivered.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kerkmeos, B.C.  mountajn the workings are drifts  along the veins, while at other p*irts  of the known mineralized ���������utea;shafts  have been sunk froni 40 to 100 ft., and  the ore taken out frprri,drift's jjpd  stdpes .opened from thje shafts. -The  aggregate quantity of ���������ore' shipped  from three of the mines, according to  the information obtained from .managers or owners of the properties, is  925 tons, having ii total value of about  $9S.000. The proportions of value are  about as follows: from the Sally group,  $73,000; the Bounty fraction and Dun-,  can, nearly $16,000, and the Rambler,  rather more than $9,500. Ore: has also  been shipped from, the Bell mine, hut  the quantity was not ascertained.  A serious drawback to the development of the mines of this camp is the  high cost of. transportation. Freight  to Trail and smelter charges together  amount to from $30 to $35 per ton; of  this $16 is the cost of hauling the  ore to the railway terminus at Midway. On account of these high costs  there is little, if any, profit in mining  and shipping ore of less, than $100 per  ton average value. Railway connections through to Beaverdell, and the  erection of a concentrator to take the  place of the slow and expensive hand-  sorting of ores, would greatly facilitate opening and turning to profitable  account the silver-bearing ores of this  camp.  As the Carmi mine was filled  with  water when visited, it  was not practicable to get information relative, to  it   by an  underground examination.  From what could be seen of  the surface outcrops and the ore on the dump  it was noted that the ore contains zinc  blende, chalcopyrite,  pyrite (probably  gold-hearing), and galena, in a gangue  of quartz   and  ferruginous dolomite.  A. small  quantity of molybdenite  is  also present.   The ore occurs in a vein  two to four feet in width. The country  rock is similar to that prevailing on  Wallace  mountain.    On   the western  end of the  property a shaft was sunk  133 feet.,  and from it some 200 feet of  drifting was done.     There is also another shaft, 40 ft. deep and a  tunnel  S6 ft.     A 10-stamp mill was erected in  1901 and some 400 tons of low grade  ore sorted from that shipped earlier  was put through the mill and the pulp  passed amalgam  plates and through  cyanide tanks.     The   ore   shipments  alluded to were made in  1901, when  885 tons having an  average value  in  gold and silver of $26 per ton was sent  to the smelters at Boundary Falls and  Greenwood.  Promisings showing of ore, both silver and copper, have been opened elsewhere in the West Fork valley, but  these, also, await the provision of railway transportation and other facilities indispensable for the mining and  shipment of the mineral products of  the district at a cost that will leave a  fair- margin of profit to those who  shall engage in mining enterprises  here.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G.N. K. Station  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  GEO. KIRBY  , Notary Public.  IIEAI,ESTATE MINES  Agent for.:.'. '    '   '  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and G uarantec Co.  KkiiEMEOs, B. C.  We have a;'large range of Hats and Shoes that we  are selling at cost to make room for new goods.  If you arc in need of anything in the above line  we will be pleased to show you the goods and quote  you prices. \ ''['���������',  Now is the time to get ready for harvest. We  have all kinds of McCormick Machine extras and can  supply your wants without delay.  Heavy Castor Machine Oil only 50c per Gallon  FRANK EICHTER & CO.  KEREMEOS, - - B. C.  Keremeos-Penticton Mail Stage.  ������������������ Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at. noon.  W. E. Welbv, Proprietor.  >������������K^aw������������i������WK>tieKaM^Kae*cacKiWK*e  KERETIEOS  MEAT   MARKET  n.C. McAULEY  Successor to  E. M. CROOKER  Formerly Geo. Cawston  x     .   : ::j  %"      When in Keremeos stop at the 5  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  | Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  I Free Bus to all trains  | B. C. Fruit Lands Office  I Headquarters for all stage lines.  ������;"������������������,' ���������  ^rafekfcfcfc?������**������^^1������)iM*)ft*������������������'ti'  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS  To D. J. Purdy, Robert Wisely, and W. A.  Chesley, or to any person or persons to whom  they may have transferred their interests in  the Borden. Hope and Laurier mineral claims  situate at the mouth of Tcnas Creek in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  You and each of you arc hereby notified that  we have expended three hundred and seven  dollars and fifty cents in labor imd improvements on the above mentioned claims inorder  to hold the, said claims under the provisions of  the Mineral Act, the said labor being done for  the year ending 5th ot 'August,: 1909, and if  within 90 days from the date of this notice, you  fail or refuse to contribute, ybiir porpprtion of  such expenditures together with all costs of  advertising, your interest- in said mineral  claims will be the property of the undersigned  under Section 4 of "Mineral Act Amendment  Act 1900.  Dated this 1st day of April, 1910.  GEO. STEED  J. W. SINCLAIR  NOTICE  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  HUMMING BIRD FRACTIONAL. LOOKOUT  SNOWFL'AKE. GOLDMAN, MOUNTAIN  VIEW,    FORTY-NINE    and     MOTHER  LODE,   Mineral  Claims,   situate in   the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located: Cam]) Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that I,  Ainsley Megraw,   V.  x    M. C.  139(1182. agent for L. H. Patten F. M.  C. No. IKiliil dated May Sith. 1909 and Frederick  Stone F. M. C. No. J5.  21(119, dated May Mist,  1909. intend, sixty days from date hereof, to  applo to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 87, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this second day of May A. D. 1910.  17-10 AINSr.EY MEGRAW  agent for L.TT. Patten and Frederick Stone,  OSOYOOS LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK SIMILKAMEEN  ���������TAKE NOTICE tnat I. Frederick Charles  x AVilson of Vancouver, R. C, occupation  school teacher, intend to apply for permission  to purchase tlie following described lands:���������  Commencing at a. post planted beside the  south cast post of Lot2,'"(xs thence north twenty  chains: thenee west about five chairs to the  east boundary of the One Horse Mineral  Claim: thence south twenty chains: thence  east about live chains to point of commencement.  FltKOICUICIC  ('II.WU.KS WII.SO.V  Vincent O. Wilson, Agent.  March 8th, 1910. 14-10  ft  o  #'  @  ���������@  m  ���������������  @  m  &  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Can you do better- with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  REMEMBER  We  otter no  land but what has  the  water already on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  . ������  @  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR   HEATING   AND  40 Great Tears  And 1909 Best of All  With over Eight Millions of new  business written in Canada,  alone in 1909.  Began business in 1S70 with assets $0,216, and now the assets  are over $14,000,000.  Canada's Big Popular Company  Chosen alike by rich and poor.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. HEQRAW, Local Agent.  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  ssss  Orders  by Mail -will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B.MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  WM. DALRYMPLE  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  Your Patronage Solicited,  isf action Guaranteed.  Sat-  For a Luxurious Shave,  Hair-Cut or  Bath go to  BOOSTER'S  TONSORIAL PARLOR  Box Trade in Cigars a specialty  A  fine line of Cigars   and  Tobaccos, Fruit and  Confectionery  POOL TABLE FN CONNECTION  A. J. SAUNDERS  Keremeos.  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  Keremeos Trading Go.  XV  etail   and   Wholesale  of General Merchandise  ,WiiyS PLEflS������D TO SfiOW GOODS  G.   G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  WliEX   ANNWEKINCI     ADS.     PLESAE  AiliNTION   Tilib PAPER,


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