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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. II.  Noi'-a.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, MAR  8, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  JWILLIAM E. BUKRITT  H.\������HI.STEli,' SOLICITOR,  ! NOTAHY PUULIC,  COMJriSSlONER,  ETC.  HEDLEY,  B. C.  IJHARLES M. SHAW  , Civil Engineer,  Doinxiox   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  jrders mau be ieft at Gazette office.  PROVINCIAL  Another  Addition to John  Oliver's Family .of Stijl-.-  Born Scandals  medicines slnill not con lain more than  ten per cent., by weight, of alcohol,  except- under permission of the Provincial Board of Health. The.penalty  in each case is to be $50.   ,  C. k W. GRANT SETTLED  j&DLEY,.  B. G.  in  . E-OGEES,  m.a./h.c.l.  solicitor, conveyancer  notary public, etc.  Vernon, B. C.  #������������������   (A.   LOGAN   &   CO.  (Suosessovs to Miller Bros.)  MATCHMAKERS and  JEWELERS  licpivlring- a Specialty.  In a Business Manner and the Province  ; Saved from a Bill of ' Law  Costs���������  Gist of Patent Medicine Bill���������-A Most  ���������   Stringent Measure, But Not a Whit  ���������   Too Strong���������Sundry Votes:    -  Work Guaranteed.  IDWAY and GREENWOOD,   B. C.  ,W : -   idw. G. Warren  | Electrical Engineer and  > Contrasftcr  ii    GREENWOOD,        -        B. C.  iJtfriMATHs Furnished on any Elec-  [iiicAL Project for Power or i jIGht  ft fl. .WRIGHT  .('.*!:  JOOT &   SHOE  MAKER  HEDFLEY.B.C.  jrand Union  |lotel��������� _  * HEDLEY, B.C.  (ERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  JLIVER & GLADDEN  & Mining Engineers  Mines atria  l-fib/iii  ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  JflSGLftRK  Watchmaker  GFogKs and Watches for Sale. {  T. M. GULLEY & CO. |  Furniture Dealers ������  ������nd Undertakers  Arc handlintru full lino of  l"CU.VITfl4K.     C.UU'KTS.      li\il)MS(l.  Ul'IIOI.STKItV,       Ll.VOI.Kl-.MS.  Pictuhk  'Fka.mks  ani>  Window Gr..vss,  GREENWOOD   and MIDWAY  fsS  SIS,  ������-4  V  b r  (fl  'J?  m  m  If!  $\  w  !������.������  '**���������  r'ii  Has a Full Line of  BO O  =7T . . ���������i and  S-  ������5  HEDLEY,   B.C.  |������-j:-34'$ai933'3.-?3:5'-5*9'9M!*'9"9*9S??  From our owji correspondent.  Liist week the" opposition became  'intensely excited with respect to a  brand new scandal which they claimed  to have unearthed. This was in connection with the Columbia and Western land grant. It was. claimed that  the Government had by some secret  i plans, without authority conveyed to  the C. P. Ii., which now owns the Columbia & Western charter, lands to  which the road was not entitled.  One of the complaints urged against  the Government was that John Oliver  was refused an "opportunity to see  ovde.rs-in-council which he thought  had been passed.' ��������� An elaborate resolution was prepared petitioning the  Lieut.-Governor to have all orders-iu-  council since 1908 brought down.  The Premier wanted Mr. Oliver to  say,what orders-in-council wero wanted and the Government would then  consider the question.  Monday, the orders-in-council were  brought down", and the result was  most depressing to the opposition.  Instead of the expected ground for  scandal, it was found that the Government had'simply .'pursued a business  policy with respect to these lands.  The orders-in-council were dated  February ISfch, 1905. and May 2nd, 1905.  The latter follows as a corollary to the  .first and shows the reason for its passage. It is set forth in the minutes-  of-council of May-that 808,872 acres of  land which had been earned had not  been conveyed to the company. As it  was in lieu of this that the grant,  subsequently cancelled, of lands, in  south east Kootenay in 1901. had been  made, it was held that the time limit  should not apply.  The Government, by the order-ih-  council of February,, cancelled the reserve on- lands' set aside for the Columbia, tit Western; but in doing so, although the survey, had hot.taken place,  the conip'any fiiid the Government  entered', into., air .agreement, whereby  they .co-operate in' the encouragement  of settlers. The lands were thrown  open to settlers, the..company agreeing  that if any part came within their  areas when surveyed, they would deal  with purchasers or pre-emptions in  the .same way as the Government  would have under the Land Act.  This session legislation will be in-  ti-odu,ce.(li ���������dealing with the question,  thus giving legislative, sanction to the  agreement.  The Southern Okanagan Railway  Company's bill of incorporation has  passed its third reading.  ' The bill to make compulsory an  eight hour day in smelters met defeat  by a narrow majority of 19 to 17. The  vote was not a party one.  A bill of more than ordinary importance has been introduced into the  House on a petition which is the largest ever presented to the Legislature.  The petition was presented by L. W,  Shatford and was signed by 8(300 persons and endorsed by the councils of  59 cities and towns. The bill introduced in response to the petition is  intended t<> overcome, grievances complained of against patent medicines  The bill has been introduced by the  Attorney-General and provides that  no person shall sell or expose-for sale  any patent medicine, proprietary  medicine, nostrum or specific, intended  for internal consumption by human  beings, that contains chloral hydrate,  ergot, morphine, opium, belladona,  or any of their compounds or derivatives; cocaine, or any of its salts;  acetanilide, sulphuric, sulphurous,  nitric and nitrous acids, unless the  package is labelled "poison" and. contains the name and percentage of the  poisonous ingredients.  It is further provided that patent  VICTORIA BYE-ELECTION  Templeman  Elected By  Majority of 684  The result of the polling in Victoria  on Tuesday, which was from the first  a fore-gone conclusion resulted in the  election of William Templeman bv a<  majority of 081 which was a' little  more than that polled by George -Riley  in the last general election.  The Conservative candidate. .). L.  Beckwith has- surprised'all by the  strength'whieh he developed, and the  belief is general that if a general election were brought on now, he would  carry Victoria against Templeman  who on this occasion' had tremendous  odds iu his favor, with the prestige of  a cabinet position at his back enabling  hiin to appeal to the electors on the  mercenary motive of business expediency.  The conservative party on the other-  hand influenced by this consideration",  were divided in opinion as to the expediency of running a man, and assuming that no opposition would be  offered pledged    thomselvo.-, early  in  THE ESTIMATES  Similkameen Hiding is Again  One of. the Three Highest.  A ROAD UP TWENTY MILE  Okanagan Riding Stands with Similkameen at $20,000���������Both Ridings Have  Additional Special Appropriations���������  $5000. for Twenty-Mile Road���������$1100  for Hedley Lock-Up.  (TI)TANIC   WORK OF TIE MEN.  Where the V. V. & E.  Ties Are  Being  Procured.  the contest to Templeman. the glamor  of a. cabinet representation being all  powerful.  Stripped of the cabinet position. Mr.  Templeman was in poor shape to contest the constituency. The odium attaching to tho G. T. P. incident of the  last election; the indiscreet utterance  which he made on the, question of better .terms' and a few other features,  proved -most'.disquieting elements in  the campaign. That they have all  been forgiven by the Conservative  electors in thus electing him would be  too much to assume. It does not  mean full pardon but suspended sentence; the real trial will come again  at the next general election.  An evidence that the session is drawing to a close is given in the fact that  the estimatss have been brought down  and the Finance Minister's budget  speech delivered. .  The estimated expenditure is slightly iu excess of estimated revenue, but  nevertheless it -is' fully expected that  the conservative estimate placed on  many of the items of revenue will be  exceeded and that the end of the next  fiscal year will continue to show a'  surplus.  That the Similkameen riding has as  usual  figured among  the  highest,  is  due to the  indefatigable  exertions of  its representative, Mr. L. W. Shatford,  who was most insistent upon his riding  being fairly dealt with and who never  the  slate  had  1  MORE RAILWAYS FOR HEDLEY.  The   Kettle^ Valley People ' Still   Piling  v 1 hem Up On Paper.  Notice has been given at Ottawa of  the intention of the Kettle Valley  Railway Co. to apply to the Dominion  Government for a, charter to build a  railway from Grand Forks to Hedley;  thence, up Twenty-Mile Creek with a  branch to. Penticton.  Evidently Hedley. is becoming a  name to conjure by, and they are all  anxious to come and see us.  "TheKist o' Whistles."  The school trustees were offered the  organ which has been in the  church,  for the small sum of .$30.00, and have  wisely decided to take it.   The most  approved  method, of  teaching nowadays, especially with the smaller children,  recognizes the benefit of plenty  of music in the school  and regulates  certain exercises of the pupils by march  music. This particular 'kisto' whistles'  had been  given  a.  bad  name,   but a  thorough examination and over-hauling has served  to  show  that  it was  not deserving of half  1 lie  blame  attached to it.    People have frequently  remarked that at time.-- tiie organ behaved itself exceedingly well and that  its  best behavior was  when   manipulated by certain  players.     The difficulty lay with the \w of a particular  stop which the manufacturer had arranged on the principle of an air compressor,   without,  providing means to  supply tiie extra amount of  air,  and  when this arrangement was detached  the. instrument required no more wind  than any other.    On Sunday evening-  special   music   was   provided  and  the  instrument  behaved pn'-tirularly well  when   played   by   Mrs.   >S.    L.   Smith.  The school is getting it for about  the  amount  necessary Id   pay   freight  on j  an instrument from  the   outside,  and  in all probability a- school   entertainment, will be held at souse time in the  near future to raise funds to pay for it.  Of- course  all  do  not see alike, and  while the Gazelle  approves   the  purchase  there are  others  who have as  good right to their opinions who were  condemning it.    If John  Oliver were  here   he   could    nose    out    material  enough for a first-class row,     Why  not send for ."John ?  missed a  caucus   until  been made up.  In addition to the general district  appropriation of $20,000 for maintenance of roads, there L-> a. special appropriation of $5000 for the Twenty-Mile  Creek road and $1100 for a lock-up at  Hedley.  While it is not expected that .$5000  will be enough to complete the road,  yet it will be evidence to investors in  mining properties that the work will  be done, and in all probability will  bring the work so near to completion  that the deficiency will most, likely be  supplied to finish it.  Following are some of the most important items in the estimates. "  WORKS'AND  BUILDINGS.  Repairs to Government  buildings throughout the  province .......$   5,000.00  Hospital for the insane     10,000.00  Provincial Home, Kamloops     5,000.00  Vancouver City Hospital  (construction contribution)  Furniture for :government  offices throughout the province   Improvement of government  grounds, Victoria.........  Improvement of government  reserves (various districts)  Court house, Nelson   Court house, Vancouver, new   50,000.00  Court house, Vancouver, (repairs, alterations, and care ;.  of grounds) '    1,500.00  Offices, Cranbrook      0,000.00  Offices,  Femie      5,000.00  Industrial School, Vancouver (repairs and contingencies    Lock up. Port Simpson....'.:  Lock-up, Hedley   Lock-up, Arrowhead   Jails and lock-ups throughout the province (maintenance and repairs)      -1,000.00  Public schools throughout  the province (construction  and repairs)     15,000.00  Abatement of nuisances       1,000.00  15,000.00  5,000.00  3,000.00  1,000.00  20,000.00  2,000.00  l,500/)0  1,100.00  1,000.00  $182,100.00  <U)VKKNm:knt HOUSE, VICTORIA.  If e pairs  to buildings,   furniture, fuel, light, water, etc.     -1,500.00  Gaidener....!           000.00  Anything pertaining to ways and  means .of bringing in the railway is  interesting matter for readers in the  Similkameen. Foi- this reason the  following from the Molson Independent will interest Gazette readers.  The Independent says:  "An interesting feature iu connection with the raihoad work now in  progress in this section of i-ountvy is,  the manufacture 'of railroad ties. This  work has been carried on -nearly all  winter where suitable timbei is found  along the rig jit of way of the Victoria,  Vancouver Si Eastern road between  Midway and Oroville. and in all probability it will hi/continued until, long-  after the steel has passed this point,  and the product will lie used to supply  the sections of road west of us where  timber is not available close to the  road. *  Along  the fony-iive miles of right  of way existing between Midway and  Oroville there are located fourteen tie  camps,   each  employing from  five to  fifteen men and each struggling with  a contract, to furnish the railroad com  pany with from four to  thirty  thousand   ties   by   the   time   grading  and  other work on the road i" sufficiently  advanced   to  permit of   laying  these  timbers.      The   proprietors   of   these  various  camps,   commencing at Midway and  coming west,  are.; Roberts  Bros.,   S. Olson,  G. W. Winters.  Barton Bros.. August Eck, C. J. Kingsley.  B. .1. Kelley, 15. Tiaimnerstron. James  Moriarty, Noah La Cass, Fred La Cass,  Geo.  Ryerson,   J.  R:  Jeffrey   and J.  Johnson.     Those, named previous to  James  Moriarty  are working on the  British Columbia side; Mr. Moriarty  is working on both sides of the international   boundary   line,    and   those  coming after him in the above list are  on  the American  side.     Their operations    are   confined   to   the   timber  directly   west of Molson   as  there  is  none suitable to lie found on the slopes  near Oroville.  The ties are all ax-hewn and.their,  manufacture provides a lucrative occupation for scores of good axinen. A  uniform price of 12 cents each is paid  for the work and an ordinary day's  labor will turn out thirty-live ties,  thus making a return to the laborer of  $i.20. Some of the expert axmen can  do even better than this, it is said.  The contractors, who furnish the timber, teams camp equipment, etc., are  paid 24 cents apiece for laying the ties  down at the railroad grade ready for  use.  The, forty-five miles of railroad between Midway and Oroville will require 185,000 ties, or an expenditure by  the railroad company of $.->2,-IOO. On  ordinary road it is calculated that 2800  ties are sufficient for a mile, but there  will be so many sidings along this line  that the company is figuring on using  8000 ties to the mile.  Porter Bros., the -bridge contractors,  have the. general contract for supplying ties for this road. F. Truax is  their head tie man and it is under his  direction that the tie camps between  Midway and Oroville are being operated."  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc.. for the week  ending March 8rd :  $ 5,100.00  l'o.vn*.  STKF.KTS, nUIDGFS AND  WHARVES.  Alberni district,. $  8,000.00  Atliudislriel.    11,000.00  .Cariboo district '   10,000.00  Chilliwack district      J-,000.00  Columbia district       7,000.00  Comox district '    11,000.00  Cowichan district      7,000.00  ('ranbrook district      0,000.00  Delta   district   (conditional-  contribution to municip'ty)  Dewdney district   Esqniinalt district   Femie district   Grand Forks district   Greenwood  district   AT THE  MINK  ���������Maximum  82  80  80  81  81:  29  29  Snowfall for week  1.   inches  Total on ground, 11 inches.  Feb. 25  20  27  2S  1  2  8  Minimum  17  15  12  11  10  18  IS  2,500.00  6,000.00  9,000.00  2,500.00  5,000.00  8,51)0.00  52  2(5  27  28  2  .-������  o  AT THK   MILL.  Maximum  -17  -15  -1,1  if  10  45  ���������II  Ivlhuumin  27  20  26  26  25  31  Concluded 011 Page Four.  Rainfall for week,  0.     inches.  Shipping tags, either manilla or  cloth, alway in stock and neatly printed at the Gazette office. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MARCH S, 190(5.  Gb������ Ibedley Gazette  and '  'Sirailkameen Advertiser.  ������.ii- ��������� I mi Thursdays, by the Hk.oi.ky- G a'/.kttk  I'lasrisu ash t'l-m.rsm.vG CoMiMXY.  ���������JjI.mjtku.  at Hedley. U. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  l\-r Year..;..  Six Month.*;.  .9'J.OO  .  1.00  Advertising Rate*  Measurement;, 1-' lines to the inch.  IjiwI Notices���������Certificates of improvcmentctc,  $7.00 for W-day notices, and $5.00 for 30-day  notices. '  Transient Advertisements���������not. exceeding one  inch, ������1.0*' for one insertion, 25 cents tor  each subsequent insertion.' Over one inch,  10 cents per line for first insertion and 5  cents per lino for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month,  $1.2;": over 1 iuch and up to i inches. $1.00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Advertisement* will be changed once every  month if advertisor desires, without any extra  charge. For changes of tenor than oneea month  the price of composition will be charged at  : regular rates.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the office by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A  MEGRAW,  Managing Editor.  First tiuav.  3rd.  Full Moon  .-iOfcli.  nm  MAKOH  Last quar, ���������  .    17th.  New Moon  21th.  1906  Sun. Moil, lues. Wed. T!w. Fri. Sat.  i 2 3  I        5       0       7       S 9 10  11     12     18     14     15 16 17  IS     19     20     21     22 23 2-1  25     2(5     27     2S   ,2!) 30 31  C. & W. LAND GRANT  The  Administration  at   Victoria have much,  this sesssion,  yers Avere not of the opinion  that the province'could get out  ofhonoring .the-*-.claims against  it under the Columbia & Western charter, in vicsw of decisions  that have already been given in  the Supreme Court of British  Columbia, since the seven year  time limit had expired, recognizing those claims. Of course  J. A. McDonald and John Oliver  may cavil at the legal opinions  advanced by the Premier and  Attorney-General, but then J. A.  McDonald could scarcely pose  in tableau as legal lore personified, and even the opinion of so  eminent an authority and so  good a Grit as Judge Jforin,  would scarcely furnish the .-lead-,  er of the Opposition with a testimonial for knowing all that a  wise courteous lawyer should  be expected to know. But to  deck out farmer John Oliver  as a legal light is to treat the  public to rather a grotesque  species of practical joke. Tiie  House wouldn't even take John  seri pusly on the u neons fcitu'tiou-  ality of making hi in nay his little school tax���������a legal point to  which he had devoted much  study���������and why should they  now bank on his opinion as to  the liability of the province under the Columbia & Western  charter.  When it is known that Mr.  McBride as leader of the opposition to the Prior 'Administration in 1903, took the most active part in compelling the.Government to cancel the blocks of  valuable coal and oil-lands in  South East Kootenay which W.  C. Wells the Liberal Clnei" Commissioner of Lands and Works  and his associates had made  over to the C. P..R. in lieu of the  land which they should receive  under the Columbia & Western  .charter and are now getting, it  ���������was not urged then that the  land grant had not been earned  but that it had not been selected in compliance with the terms  of the charter. The surveys of  those blocks had been made just  within the seven years limit,  and it is now idle to assume that  any High Court of Justice  would relieve the province of  through  so  slim  a  For Sale.  For sale, ilne ranch loeatcd 3J miles East of <  Hedley. 'Contains 160 acres of good land. ���������  Terms, half cash; balance-in six month.*".- -''  Apply to "*;-...  7__-l:. 'GAZETTE GFFICK"  NOTICE  THIRTY DAYS after date I intend to apply  to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a special Licence to cut and carry  away timber oft"the following described lands;.  Commencing at a post carved-A. S. placed at  the S. W. corner post of Lot :!18l thence running  ���������South 80 chains, thence East SO ehains, thence  North SO chains, thence West M0 chains to point  of commencement, containing CIO acres.  Located the i*0th day of Feb., MOO.  7-1 ANGUS STKWART.  NOTICE  WILLIAM J. HENDKUSOW of the Hotel  Hedley, ut Hedley, intends to apply, to the  Licence Commissioners for tiie Nicola District,  for permission to transfer his Hotel Licence t������  J. E. Gibbon and J. If. McDonald.  Dated at Hedley this 28th day of Fob.  lUOt*.  7_j WILLIAM J.! HENDERSON.  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, wc intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase Ten (10)  acres of land situate in the Similkameen Division of Yale District described as follows:  Commencing at the southeast corner of-Lot  No. 1S9, Group 1, Osoyoos, thence ..west -48.20  chains to Okanagan Kiver along south boundary of said Lot IbU, thence smith and easterly  following the edge of Dog Lake lfi chains more  or less to west boundary of Lot 190, thence' northerly along west boundary of Lot,190, 8 chains  more or less to point of commencement. Purpose for which required, agricultural purposes.  THE SOUTHERN OKANAGAN  LA ND COM PAN Y LIMITED.  Per F. Ii. LATIMER  Penticton, 31 C, Feb. 19th. U!M*.  (Ml  NOTICE.  for which to thank the  Opposi  tion, and for nothing-more  so jits liability  than tiie investigation into the (technicality.     It is equally idle  matter of the Columbia & Wes- jas well as disreputable to now  tern  land  grant which   they j accuse him of being  a  tool of  caused to be  made because  of (the C.P.R. when betakes the  John Oliver'  ���������hjirges  and  his j business-like course  of  demand for orders-in-council in  relation to same. Had the investigations into this and the  Kaien Island matter not been  held, the Government would  have been subjected to all manner ov innuendo, unci calumny  with reference to these matters  that would be bound to carry a  certain amount of weight until  thesf* fallacies were disproved.  Nov.-. however, the Opposition  have to face the fact that although permitted the fullest  scope in the inquiries, they were  unable to present proof to back  up their assertions. On the other hand, when the investigation  enabled the Government to  bring down facts and figures,  and those facts and figures set  forth u condition of affairs so  altogether different from the  vena! imaginings, of John Oliver  and his associates, the House,  aud the public who read its deliberations, cannot do otherwise  than conic to the conclusion  that the province is fortunate  in having a business administration to run its affairs iu a business manner.  One of the most important  things in the eyes of a business  man is to adjust all outstanding  claims against him. This he  may not always find a pleasant  thing to do but nevertheless  prudence will dictate to him  that to avoid greater loss later  on, he must attend to it. In like  manner, as the Premier explained, although the Administration  knew that any legislation looking to a settlement of the long  outstanding Columbia & West-  en? claims would prove an unpopular measure, yet it was  something which had to be met  in a business way and the easiest adjustment, so far as the  province was concerned, should  be sought, even if there was the  certainty that in doing so they  would be accused by the Opposition of being "creatures of the  O.P.R."  The Premier and   Attorney-  Oeneral as constitutional law-  having  | the matter settled for good and  j ridding the province of further  ���������; obligation.  For Sale  For sale all household furniture: also drop  .'���������abinet Singer Sewing Machine.   Apply to  li-1 MRS. GEO. SHELDER  NOTICE is hereby given that application will  bo made to the Legislative Assembly of  tho'Province of British Columbia at its present  Session, for a Private Bill to incorporate a company to build, equip, maintain and operate a  line or lines of railway, either standard or narrow gauge, from a point at or near Penticton,  B. C, thence .southerly by the most.feasible  route to d point on the southern boundary line  of the Province of British Columbia; and also  with power to equip, construct and maintain  branch lines, and all necessary bridges, roads,  ways and ferries ; and to build, own and maintain wharves and docks in connection therewith ; and to build, own. equip and maintain  steam and other vessels and boats, and operate  the same on any navigable waters within the  Province; aud'to build.-equip, operate and  maintain' telegraph and telephone lines in connection with the said railway anrt br.inc.hcs, and  to generate electricity forlthc supply-of'light,  heat and power; and to acquire lands, bonuses, privileges "or 'otheraids from any government, municipal corporations or other persons  or bodies ; and to levy and-, collect tolls from  all parties using telegraph or telephone Ii,nes  and on all freight passing over any of such  roads, railways tramways, ferries, wharves  and vessels-built by the Company; and with  power to make traffic and other arrangements  with railway , steamboat or other companies,  and for all other necessary or incidental rights,  powers and privileges in that behalf.  Dated at Victoria, B. C. 17th January, l������0t;.  ROBERTSON & ROBERTSON  U���������6 Solicitors for Applicants.  NOTICE  Sixty days after date 1 intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands is-nd Works  for permission to purchase eighty acres of land  in the Similkameen Division of Yale District,  situate os follows: Commencing at a post marked AV. M. C. whioh i������ about the South East  corner at.'. MoLolhi-n's pre-emption and running down the Okatmgan River in a southerly  direction 10 chains, thence West "20 chains,  thence North 10 chains, thence East to point, of  commencement.  Walter "M. Gillespie  Okanagan Falls. B.C  Feb. iith. It-Ofi.  t~4l  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  Came to my place about one year ago, a sor  rei ma re, about 900 lbs., white star, branded,  on right shoulder.  Owner can have animal by proving property  and paying all expenses in connection with the  same. If not claimed within 30 days, will be  sold.  8-������ SAMUEL HAMILTON,  Inkamccp Reserve  NOTICE  VfOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN that B0 days  &* after date 1 intend to apply to tho Chief  Commissioners of Lands and works for permission to purchase SO acres of land as follows:���������  Commencing at the N. W. corner of L. 2003,  G. 1, Osoyoos Division, thenco west 10 chains;  thence south 20 chains; thence east 40 chains;  thence North 20 chains to the point of com  mencement. Required for range and agricu'  ture.  .'IOHN-Ql.-1G.LEY,  PerR. II. Pakkinson. Agent.  Fairview, B. C Jan. 11th. l'ldH. ">2-H  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  STEMSETand UUNSITE mineral claims, sit:  unto in the  Osoyoos   Mining  Yale District     Where located  view.  Division   of|SJXTVI)AYS  Camp Fair- '  "PAKE NOTICE that .I.Richard H. I'm-kin-  * son as agent for Tho New Fairview Corporation. Limited, Free "Miner's Ojrtitlcuto No.  J*"!*l la. intend, sixty days from the dale hereof,  to apply to the 'Milling_ Recorder fur Ccrtili-  c.ntcs ol 'Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And I'uvther take notice that action, under  Section *'<. must he commenced before the issuance of such Ccrt.iHoatc of Improvements.  Dated this 5th day of March. l'.KHi.  H-0 RICHARD H. PARKINSON  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  "TRIANGLE" FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim  situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located : ("amp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that I. F. W. Groves, acting  as agent for The Yale Mining Company.  Free Minor's Ccrtiiloate No. B7!l0'tt, intend.'  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate ot Improve-  mcntM. for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  AND FURTHER take notice that action,  under section 137, must, be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate, of Improvements.  Dated this 1.5th day of January 1000.  8-i) F. W. GROVES  A tidy letter-head or bill-head commands attention from those -with  whom you do business. The Gazette  print-shop can fit you ont in style.  ���������SFTER PATE. I intend to  ipply to I ho Hon. Chief Commissioner of  1 Lands and. Works for permission to purchase  j 1H0 acres of laud, more or less, as follows :  i Commencing at a postal I lie southwest, corner  of G. H. Cahill's pre-emption, thence SO chains  'east, thence GO chains south, thence SO chains  ! west, thence 00 chains north to point of com-  ' mencement.  Hated this *ird day of January. MiOfi  '.-.Ml TUGS.   BRADSHAW  Certificate of Improvements.  ���������MAYFLOWER" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Osoyoos Mining'Division of Yale District.     Where located :  In Camp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that T. F. W. Groves, acting  asagontfor The Yale Mining Company,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B7W033, and John  Greenhill, Free Miners Certificate No. B7905!*,  intend, sixty days from the date horeof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Cortilicato of  Improvements, tor the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commencod before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of January, 1906  (Ml  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby "given that, sixty days  after date. I intend to apply to the Hon.  ourable The Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase the following described land, situate on the cast Side of  Okanagan Lake, B. C. Commencing at a post  set at tiie northeast corner of the southwest }  of section 15, Township 2S, running South 20  ehains, thence West SO chains, thence North '20  chains, thence East 80 chains to point of commencement.  ELIZA MAIR  Dated, March 1st, 1906. 8-9  BRITISH NORTH AFRICA  Capital���������$4,866,66o.  . HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA,  H. STIKKMAN, General Manager  '      BANKING BY MAIL-Accounts  of parties living.at ti^distance"receiveour  " special attention. Deposits can hoiuade through the mail, and sums added  thereto and withdrawn at any- Aiuti.    A General Banking Business Transacted.   Drafts issued, payable at all. poihtsmi Canada and abroad.  Reserve--$2,043,997.  -    , MONTREAL'7  J. ELMSLY, -Supfe. of Branches  _L../  Hedley Branch,     -     L. G. nacrlApB^, Acting Manager  ���������ooocoococxcccoooocccoacooooccocoa  *^fj*\f**\r*^.A  This Bed $9.00  Ten Per Cent Off tor Cash.  Height of head, 51 inches." Height of foot, 18 inches.  1 l-l������ inch pillars. 3-8 and o-lO inch Fillings. Brass knobs.  Dominion Wire Spring.    Others up to $35.00.  get our prices on Furniture.   Largest stock in the interior.  CAMPBELL  BROS,, Vernon,   B.   C.  f^^\0^f\M^\^fj  lifsvBnnr-'r-vsxfsms^aaBmBtmi  St&tsor\   stnd  English  HAT  JUST    ARRIVED  Good Hats -improve,  poor  one.     They   art;  1 good   costume   and   help   out  fashion's   finish.  They are  'their  beaufcv  as comfort;-hie  lasts,    i  as they are beautiful, and  The "Stetson Hat" is the acknowledged Emperor  over a domain that is world-wide and embracing every  civilized country. You can shut your eyes and he' absolutely sure that you have the best hat "money can buy  if you say "1 want a Stetson."  English Hats in  Knockabout Hats.  the latest fashions, also Crush and  See our spring samples of special ordered Tailor-Made  Clothing.  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE (B*> REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.   Livery Barn in Connection. *������������������"������������������  .<���������'  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 1906.  Town and District.  W. T, Heddle, representing W. H.  Malkin & Co., and W. R. Downey of  the Canada Rubber Co. were in town  on Monday.  Make your  calculations to take  in  the Maple Leaf Club's masquerade ball  . on St. Patrick's eye.  W. Wilson representing McLennan  McPeely & Co. was in town this week  in the interests of his firm.        ���������  A' couple of Chinks have taken a.  five year lease on Dr. Whillans' ranch  a short distanceWest of town.  The maskers are racking their brains,  these days to decide on a suitable costume for the coming masquerade.  W. J. Henderson, on vacating the  Hotel Hedley, moved his family into  Harry Swan's  house on Ellis street.  Messrs J. A. Fortier aud D. Oar-  micheal, who. leased Fraser's store a  couple of months ago are making arrangements to open up   shortly.  G. B. Lyon purposes taking.a trip  to the coast in a few days and' may  investigate conditions up in the direction of Kaien Island before returning.  W. T. Atherton returned last week  from Vancouver and has taken up,his  - abode on his ranch at Atherton Corner, where he will do some fixing up.  Mr. and Mrs. Emil Voigt spent Tuesday night in town on their return trip  . from the coast, and left on Wednesday  morning for   their   home   at   Voigt's  Camp.  One day last week little Wesley Lyon  sustained a fracture of tho collarbone  by tumbling off the foot-bridge over  the old channel of Twenty-mile, opposite the post office.  With the beginning of the month  the Hotel Hedley was taken over hv  the new lessees, Messrs. Gibbon and  McDonald, who have started'in to run  a- first-class house, every department  having special attention.  found���������Left iu Fraternity Hall on  either Wednesday Feb. 21st or Tuesday  Feb. 27th. a fur ruff. Ownermay have  sanle by calling at the Gazette Office,  and paying for this ad.  Harry Walton, an expert compounder of up-to-date fancy drinks, formerly of the Hotel Vancouver and Commercial hotel in the terminal city,  came in on Tuesday's stage and will  take charge of the bar in the Hotel  Similkameen.  Major A. M. Anderson, Gt. Northern  right-of-way man spent several days  of Commerce  CAPITAL���������$10,000,000. -        - REST���������$4,500,000.  ���������r Total Resources (Nov. 30, '05)���������$5)8,000,000.  PENTICTON   BRANCH  . .    '    -   ..'-���������'���������������������������������������������,      . i - -.������ .  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT-Interest allowed on deposits of $1.00 and upwards.  BANKING   I3"V"  /Vl/"%IJL  Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.   Special attention given'to this  class ef business.   ::   Drafts and Money Orders issued on all points.  A General Hanking ��������� Husincss Transacted.  J.M.CHRISTIE      -      -       -,   'Mana'ger'.'.  ,     , A Branch of this Bunk has been Opened at Princeton.  Vernon is up against an ice famine.  In former years those who put up ice  were in the habit of harvesting at a  certain time each winter.' This year |  as usual they waited for that particular time to come around, but meanwhile the ice-making, weather had got  tired waiting on them, now they have  learned a useful lesson, and that is  that the best time to harvest ice is as.  soon as possible after there is ice to  harvest.  Frank Richter of Keremeos is among  the late appointments made as Justice  of the Peace in this valley. Mr. Rich-  ter's good hard common sense eminently fits him for the position, and  since the removal of the late J. H.  Coulthard, and Mr. Webster's long  spells af absence by reason of the attention which he must give to his  saw-mill business near Penticton, another resident magistrate Mas required  at Keremeos.  M'is3cM^a������JtilMllM3l'il^^C^������aB%|-il'i������<ilil'4ai  hotel|  HEDLEY I  *        'ill  New  Spring Goods  Just Arriving  t  a?  ������������  *:  s  i  a?-  j  Under   New  Management  THE   HEST   PROVIDED  IX KITCHEN AND BAR'  AND   EVE It Y . CAKE  TAKEN FOB THE COMFORT OF P A T H. O X S.  HEDLEY  RIFLE ASSOCIATION.  First Match  of the Year to be Held at  Easter.  here last week, and is winding no the  last of the right of way business in  this vicinity. Several settlements  were effected last week.  Splendid progress -has been made  with the Hedley Lumber .Company's  dam, the cribbing for which has been  completed and ready to be filled with  rock. The kitchen has been put up  and lumber is being drawn on the  ground for the iuil and other buildings.  E. G. Prior & Co. Ltd. Lty. have  just opened up a branch store in Vernon, and have now the largest stock  of agricultural implements in the interior. Just received a car-load of the  celebrated American Bain Wagons,  Farm and Logging Trucks. Write  for prices.  By the meteorolagical report it will  be. seen that they have -been having  cold,- stormy Aveather at the Nickel  , Plato mine, while here in Hedley it  has .been quite spring-like. During  the past three weeks they have had  more snow than that for three months  before. The total amount of snow on  the ground, however, is considerably  less than that of former winters.  A couple of commercial travellers,  Messrs Rossin and Wallace drove from  here up to Princeton on Sunday, and  handed their horses and rig over to  the .stableman, who in unhitching forgot to undo all the tugs, and in the  melee that followed the horses got  away and started for the hills with  the harness on. One horse was recovered about twenty-four hours after  but the other at last report was still  absent without leave. The stable-man  gave them another horse to comeback  with.  D. (.!-. Hackney returned last week  from the Northwest, where he reports brisk times, especially in the  new oil fields. While there he met  W. J. Snodgrass and David Black.  The latter has blossomed out into  an oil company promoter and the  former is president of one of his flotations. There is after all a sort "of  eternal fitness in politicians ending up  thusly, for oily tongues should run to  oil. Mr. Hackney also ran across Peck  MeSwain in tho Territories. Peck evidently wanted more elbow room and  consequently got out of the mountains.  The Hedley Rifle Association, which  concluded last December to-hybernate  during the winter, held a meeting in  Boeing's billiard hall and decided to  begin the monthly matches on the  loth of April.  In addition to the Association Cup  and the medal donated by L. W. Shatford, M.P. P.., the president for the  current year announced his intention  of giving a medal to the marksman  who had the highest aggregate in any  six association monthly matches held  during the year. The reason advanced  for giving the medal in this particular j  way was to encourage regular attendance at the monthly matches and  create a greater interest, as well as to  establish a precedent in the,club, with  the hope that succeeding presidents  would keep it up.  It was decided by the association to  stipulate a minimum attendance of at  least ten 'competitors in all matches-at-  which cuppr. medals of the association  are being competed for..  None but members of the club or  those who had made application for  membership at least two weeks before  each match would be allowed to com  pete.  I  K  f  I  ������*  V  ft������  K  K  GIBBON   and  Mcdonald  Proprietors  The Pioneer Carriage  and  Repair Shop  HEDLEY, - - B. C  We Have Just Received and  Opened Up a Fine Lot of  Ladies' Pretty New Waists  and a Big Range of  Whitewear and Hosiery  Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of Blacksmithing done.    :    :  GEO. ft. SPROULE,  Pronrietor.  We Want All the Ladies to Come  and See These Goods.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ii ������ H * X  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  v\x\\Y������"SS&.  Shdtfords, Limited  HEDLEY, B. C.  '^xiccccsa^scc^x^^^xeM^ci&xsc^>osc^^^sa^&&^^a&  CEYLON TEA.  Keremeos New T ow n si t e  ;    The V. V.  centre  of the  Now On the Market.  Railwav Station will be in the  & E.  town.  Pure  and; Invigorating.  Evcnjthing  New and First-Class  Bar supplied with tho Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  .ftediertft Market..  ("a'HMn^la^M'^lj^  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  OPENED THIS BUTCHER  SHOP ON'WEBSTER ST.,  WITH. A'"'SUPPLY OF  CHOICE MEATS;OF ALL  KINDS���������BEEF,. ilUTTOX  AND*PORK :: POULTRY  FOR   THE   HOLIDAY j  SEASON ::        -.: ::  town site.  Just a few  Now is the. time to get your lots, before the first  train- comes up I the valley. .'    ��������� ...  .    .'Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,  . left.   Now is the time to double your money  For Vu.il Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  1 .1. 3. Arnistronp*, "Manager  Town Lots  $100,   $200  and $250  i, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  /i)/n/������)/i)/n/t>/rui,(tMi)'*)!P'fi,<n(*?''>f''''?^  \A1. J. Manery  M. McAULEY,  Local manager  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Xfit mahz erMjJnol uesjjfnj.tfEk (SjeV  in^.^alflBnes on Zinc er fijBpperW  ������ur ������0rK ijs jsJricthf fiNkW-tA?  flur prices ore Wit fortfieaama-,  guaYit*/ af coBtk ifinn etaaoWe y* ?* v?  SWl tohe Bur (DBrS far it J*t*2enft us a  trio! ardent STHe ponies prove it >?i**-*/-  imiffiff COLPMBIA  Fairview and Penticton  -ALSO-  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freic.litinu\  O O7  transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  WHEN   ANSWERING   ADVERTISERS,    MENTION   THE   GAZETTE THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 1900.  The Islands district...  ���������5,000.00  fCamloops district.  12,000.00  Casio district    . 12,000.00  Llllooe't district  12,000.00  ,-Nanainio City district  2,500.00  Newcastle district. ;.......'.. -5,000.00  Okanagan district ,.-'........ 20,000.00'  Revelstoke district.  11,000.00  'Richmond district  20.000.00  ��������� Saanich district (conditional  contribution!  4,000.00  Similkaineeii district  20.000.00  PERTY IN HE  ft  Skeena district... .......  Slocan district   Yale district   Ymir district -."   Yictoria-Catnpbell river road  ... Englishman river ���������Alberni  -���������(\-6M ,,\-...'". ���������.;.���������.���������*,.....]'.  l-)ew<lney-Jlaj-ri.son main rd.  Lillooet-Lytton main road..  Cariboo main road.   Bea-ver Creek, rd. (extension)  - -No. B Creek road...":-.', ���������  ' North Pork. Kettle river road.  Quilcliena Creek road ,.  Nortii Thompson river rds. 2  Wood berry O-i-cv-k  trail and  road ... .'.������������������ ,. -,-...  Enderby-Mabio Lake'road..  Penticton ;i-oa els (coiiditionalj  Twenty IvIiU- Creek road......-.  Be.'ii- Greek road -(conditional),  Goat river-Port -.Kill road ...  Flathead Valley trail   -Lake Creek trail............  Pem'ierton Meadows trail...  North Fork Carpenter Creek  trail.... .���������;;..'..'..-..'...'.....  North   Fork. Lemon   (.'reek  trail......   Salt* cost of Pingston Creek  '��������� trail (not toexceed)   ���������Road machinery   .Westminster 'bridge (maintenance .-.-..   Bridge,     Thompson'    river.  Aslrcroft.   Fourth street bridge, Grand.  ���������Forks (conditional propor- '  tiona-1 contribution   Bridges throughout province  Wharves generally.....   ...  15,000.00 j  8,000.00 j  10,000.00 j  11,000.00 j  (5,000.00 |  ; 1,200.00!  - 5.000.00!  4,000.00 |  25.000.00 j  2.000.00.!   ���������  ,2,000.001 4#  -1.000..00,f f*i|  1,000.00 j'^.  LOOO.OOJ <$&  3,000.00! %  5,000.00 j %  5,000.00 j ij������  2,000.001 II  500.00! ���������"  3,000.00;  . 1,500.00 j  3,000.00 I  -i.  ���������750.00;  i  500,00 i  2.000.00 j  10,000.00 i  8,000.00 i  30,000.00  ���������i-,000.00 i  35,000.00!  8,000.00^  And  Will  Hedley  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  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Similkameen  the new mining district which has already been proven, by a  small ainount of development work, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of -  up������ i8.e*ssb   wv am Miasms  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway;   and with the. advent of this road,  which is assured in  the near future,  it will unquestionably  i become a huge and important city, and town lot's will bring  e-big returns on money iriveste.d at the present tinie.  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....   $400 to $600  Other Streets..... .���������,.... -.'���������  ..........;. .$200 to $400.  ���������."���������;   ....TERMS....'������������������.. V ' -'  i-3':Cas8i;*' balance in 3 arid  ���������6 months* with Interest at  the rate of '-.6 per cent.,  r^VSi^^VV*7X������K*^ ^,T^T������'W,������**0*WJ*nfl������KiI  w.  iase a few Lofr before the itailway  mi  For Full. F*eirt 10ialairs, Maps E������tc%<>  -APPLY  TO ���������  SUI'SI i >J !���������'!���������* TO   STK.UI BOATS  AND  .'KRIJUIKS.  L. W. SHATFORD, - :  -Secretary and Manager,  *  I. i.IZf/jLJ'lurfl"^ Y ������������������.:  13  Steamboat,   Columbia  i-iver  above Revelstoke..........  Steamboat,  Columbia river.  . above Golden ...-..."..'..-...  2,500,00  1,250.00  JTerry, Kelowna    .-. 1,000.00  Ferry,'Pitt river  600.00  Ferry.   Harrison -Chilliwack 000.00  Ferry,   Goldstream.  Colum-  bia river.    ..... 850.00  Ferry, Fraser river, at Churn  creek  900.00  Ferry, Fraser river, at Soda.  creek..".  ' 600.00  ���������Ferry, Fraser  river.  20-Mile  Post, above Lillooet....... 300.00  Ferry, Fraser river, Big Bar 300.00  Ferrj",   Fraser river,   above  . Lytton '..  100.00  .Ferry,   Thompson  -river, at  Spence's Bridge. ...' 000.00  Fei-ry, Bridge river (2)  SOO.OO  UKIDGE  TENDIil-S.  Bridge, Eburne  720.00  Bridge, Kamloops (2)  240.00  FAIRVIEW  NOTES.  Fruit-growers' Association  Formed-  ' Farmers' Institute to Follow.  A meeting of the local fruit-growers  was held in Mr. Parkinson's office for  the. purpose of organizing a Fruitgrowers Association and electing officers.    The following were elected :  President,  0. A. R. Lambly,  Vice-president, D. A. Carniichael,  Seey-Treas., R. B. Vehner,  Directors,   Messrs   Parkinson',   Graham, Childersand W. Hine.  When the necessary papers come to  hand, a Fanners' Institute will be organized.  The Southern   Okanagan  Land Co.  is constructing a barb wire fence from  below town to Taslenden Creek.  . Mrs- C. J". Rippin of the Park Ranch,  ffxo  make good bread you  must have good flour.  If  you want the best bread  you must use the best  flour.  Total $1-15,010.00  . Vote No. 192���������suk'vjsys.  Surveys throughout the pro-  Tin ce 8 25,000.00  Vote No. 103���������CONTINGENCIES,  r  Contingencies for works and  "buildings, roads, streets,  bridges and wharves, and  jurvevs    20.000.00  left a few days ago on  home in France.  a visit to her  Total  .$(577,810.00  Gone to  California.  L. W. Shatford, M. P. P., was called,  to Passndcna. California, last week,  owing to the serious illness of his  father who i.s wintering there. lie  remained in Victoria until the estimates and other important legislation  of the session had been enucussed.  Mr. and Mrs. Shatford, sr.. were  taken to California, in the late fall to  spend tho winter and escape the rigors  of the severe climate in Nova Scotia.  For the greater part of the Avinter  they have enjoyed better health, and  it is hoped that the present illness may  soon take a- turn for tiie belter.  C. Jones came in on Saturday's  stage on a visit to his brother, H.  .Jones of the Golden Gate hoteL  R. B. Vernier was in town for a few  days lsat'week and states that at Osoyoos the trees are budding.  As soon as the weather permits, Mrs.  and Miss Mc.Kenzie intend taking a  trip to California for the benefit of  the hitter's health.  Sophie Peone, better known on this  side as Sophie Sidley, who owns an  Indian allotment on the Reservation  just across the line, has, by holding  out, been able to get from the V. V. &  E. for right of way, twice as much as  any of the other Indians. That was  one. time that the right of way men  were up against a hard proposition.  Indian stoicism ribbed up by a judicious amount of Caucasian guile did it.  And now they take off their hats to  Sophie.  GO  MERCIAL HOTEL  HEDLEY, B.C.  This hotel under new. management has been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the' market The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  ousehold  TS THK FINEST FLOUR MADE.  You can  always depend  on it.    Use no other.  "FOR SALE BY!  SL  SHnTFORDS, LIMITED  ttedleij and Fairview  H. W. YATES, Proprietor  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, nanager.  First 'Class in  Every liespect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Stage  Line.  Cawston 8 Edmond  REV ELY'S  "Svs  "���������Oh ���������  S   *jj  T*  J  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  KEREMEOS,  3. C.  u   Fresi]  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Your wants for Livery or- Ti-iini  Work will bo attended to  by calling Phono 12.  W.   F.   REVELY,   Proprietor  tfCT>TO.ar-gg-������ajgO'*i-*i--*^^  Tins  PENTICTON LUMBER SYNDICATE  II:i vc nn brand a largo Htock of  FINISHED LUMBER  aul'kisds  DIMENSION LUMBER  17P TO 30 KEKT  FENCE POSTS, DRY G0RDIV00D  5b3  AND  6S  Cut Rates on Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.  HEDLEY,  B. L.  ���������   ESTABLISHED  Fine New  Covered   Stage  Carry  Passengers and   Kxpre  ?Q03  rr:::  iiig   Hoyal Mail  ���������������������������s to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  -:0:  Special lligs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    : :*        : :


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