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Array .4  3.  ^OOl^^y ���������^���������L-s*-.  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  <?N  ^ Lwslauve A^  \{ J^L 3   1906  ORIA, B. %  Vol. II.  No.- 24.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1906.  .00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  /    HEAD OFFICE,  B. E. WALKER, General Manager  TORONTO  ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  HILL'S WEALTHY; BACKERS  How it is   Possible for  him to Finance  His Vast Undertakings.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  I88UEO AT THE FOLLOWING RATE3:  $5 and under     3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding*$10     6 cents  "   $10       " " $30   10 cents  "    $30       " " $50    15 cents  These Orders are Payable at Par at any office in Canada of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points ill the United States.  NEGOTIABLM AT A FIXED KATE AT  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.  They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with safety  and at small cost.  Penticton Branch  J. M. Christie, Manager.  WILLIAM E. BURRITT  r BARRISTKR,  SOLICITOR,  NOT ANY -PUBLIC,  COMMISSIONER,  ETC.  HEDLEY  B. C.  CHARLES IE. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  IXmiNroN   and    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders maij be left at Gazette office.  KEREMEOS NOTES.  flEDLEY,  B. G.  R. H. ROGERS,  m.a./b.c.l.  solicitor, conveyancer,  notary public, etc.  Vernon, B. C.  Edw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B. C.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Power or Light  Qrand Union  HEDLEY, B.C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER & GLADDEN  -tor-  Civil & Mining Engineers  :0:-  MINES aLt-id  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY. B. C.  Taking  ml vantage   of the glorious  weather, quite a number of visitors  from Hedley were iu town on Sunday.  Incidentally,  they   witnessed a very  exciting   baseball game between  the  Hedley   aud   Keremeos   teams.     No  doubt a thorough and technical description of the game will be found in  another column, as the reporter was a  "Bird."   The score, 16 to 25 in favor of  Hedley, is no criterion of the game, as  the native modesty of the Keremeos  boys prevented their scoring in   the  iirst two innings,  and  this  gave   the  Hedley boys, who are noted more for  their native  calves   than    the   other  commodity, a lead of 1-! runs.    When  Hedley went to bat in the third inning  the   Keremeos   boys   yielded   to   the  solicitations of their rooter and began  to play ball, putting Hedley out with  only two runs.    In their third inning  Keremeos began to score, and it was  now discovered by���������a gentleman on the  benches that Hedlev's pitcher had a.  glass arm.    From  this  on   the game  was   exciting,   as   for   three    innings  Hedley   never   reached   third    base.  In the meantime Keremeos was scoring steadily.    Mr. Riddle, the umpire,  did   what  he  could to cheer up  the  visitors.    When  the Keremeos  team  acquires a little of the assurance at  present monopolized by their rooters'  they will play a haul game.     It is  rumored" that   the   artist   with    the  pencil had fainting spells when Keremeos /was at the bat.   Altogether, a  most enjoyable day was spent,   and  we hope to see the Hedleyites down  again in the near future.  -James J. Hill's declaration that there  was no intention on the part of himself and his associates to publicly offer  securities to cover the cost of the railway lines which he is building in Canada, and that the cost would be covered  by direct subscription to the company's  stock by himself and his friends, drew  Wall Street's attention to- the character of Mr Hill's' following.  It is regarded as a most unusual event  in the financial world that the building  of 1300 miles of railway, costing necessarily a great many millions should be  financed without any public requests  for subscriptions or securities..  It has long been recognized, however  that Mr. Hill has a following which  not only is possessed of very great  wealth, but has at the same time unlimited confidence in Mr! Hill's ability  as a railway manager. .  Some indication of the individual  wealth of Mr Hill and some of his associates is found in the list of stockholdings in Northern Securities company, published at the time of the reduction in that company's capital from  $392,400,000 to its present capitalization of' $3,95-1,000. These, were some  of the larger stockholders of that company and the amount oi.' their stock  taken at par: 1, >   ,  Jaines J.  Hill     FRUIT-GROWERS ORGANIZE  An Association For The Similkameen  Is  Started At Keremeos.  .$32,687,000  . $8,437^100  .$28,270,100  . $3,139,400  D. Willis James   John S. Kennedy   Lord Mount Stephen .  Lord Strathcona 14,850,000  Samuel   Thornc   3,000,000  E Tuck  &   Co.   ............ 5,570,000  Lord Eliphinstone   ���������  1,115,100  Marquis of Lansdowne  858,000  Baron Rothschild       2,000,000  In   addition   to    these names,  the  Northern  Securities   stockholders included many prominent names in England, where Mr. Hill has 'ti very strong,  following.   Among the large holders  of   Northern    Securities   other   than  those already named are the duke and  duchess of Connaught, the earl of AVal-  dergrave, and earl Roberts.    Princess  Victor of Hohenlohe   and   Langebur1:  was also among the holders of North  era Securities as was likewise the mar  chioness of Bath.  MASONIC GRAND LODGE  Large Representation At The Capital���������  Vernon Gets Next Meeting.  Local News.  JftS.'GLftRK  Watchmaker  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  Hedley Pool Room  and Barber Shop  For an Easy Shave and  a Stylish Hair - Cut or  a  Game   of  Billiards.  Carl Hnirslnc  Geo. Abies  The ladies of St. Mary's Guild are  holding a bazaar on Monday next.  In the afternoon a number of useful  and ornamental articles will be offered  for sale in Fraternity Hall. Refreshment booths will be on hand to supply  the wants of the inner man and a  dance will conclude the clay's entertainment. The ladies of the Guild  hope to see a good attendance, on the  occasion and will endeavor to see that  all enjoy themselves.  Reports of a shortage; in the strawberry vield come in from fruitgrowers  in this part of the valley.    The heavy  rains encouraged growth but did not  help the fruit to ripen, with the result  that much of it rotted on the plants.  No   strawberries have   been   on   the  market in Hedley thus far this season.  A   few days more of hot weather  should make the water in the .Similkameen river warm enough for bathing.  Several large rocks have been blasted  out of the channel at the point down  from  Pinto's flat which was used  in  former   years   for   a   bathing   place,  which should make it even bettor this  year.  This week a coyote, which was promenading the flume was out of luck.  The watchman came along when the  coyote was at the point where, the  flume enters a tunnel on a perpendicular bluff of rock. In trying to escape  it tried to clamber up the face of the  rock above tho flume but fell back into  the. water, for the flume was open at  this point, and the current swept it  under the board covering lower down.  Next day the carcass was fished out  of the water at the grating where the  pipe line takes the water from the  flume.  The thirty-fifth communication of  the Masonic Grand Lodge of British  Columbia was held in Victoria on the  21st and 22nd inst. This was one of  the most interesting and successful  meetings that the Grand Lodge has'  held in the province, nearly every  lodge iii the province being represent-'  ed.  The various reports submitted  gave evidence that the Grand Lodge  and the various subordinate lodges in  its jurisdiction were in a flourishing  condition.  At this meeting  two   new   lodges,  Atlin  and Hedley were adjudged to j  have completed satisfactorily the pro- j  bationary period of their history  and  were granted their charters.  The visiting Masons were one and  all loud in their praises of the hospitable treatment received at the. hands  of the Masons of Victoria who spared  no pains to make the visit a most enjoyable one. For this purpose special  cars of the B. 0. Electric Railway  Company, conveyed the party to Es-  quimalt where the dry-dock and navy  yards were, visited, and afterwards to  Oak Bay and the Gorge. At the last  mentioned place with its beautiful recreation grounds a band concert was  in progress.  It   was  decided   to   hold   the  next  The fruit growers in the vicinitv of  Keremeos have formed an organization to be known as the Similkameen  Fruit Growers Association. Frank  Richter, who has one of the finest orchards in Canada was elected president, as a slight recognition of the  valuable service he has rendered this  part of the country, by practically  demonstrating that the choicest kinds  of fruits can be grown here.  J. J. Armstrong was elected vice  president, the people tealizing that  the Keremeos Land Co., through Mr.  Armstrong, their efficient and courteous general manager, had transformed what was formerly a great  barren tiact of bench and bottom land  into one of the most promising fruit  producing section on the continent of  America, and which will ultimately be  the homes of thousands of prosperous  and contented people.  In the spring of 1905 about 2500 fruit  trees were set out out.   They made  very satisfactory progress last summer  and are making  tremendous growth  this summer.    Last spring (1906) about  1100 fruit and nut  trees  were  planted  which are. making a splendid showing.  Those who have purchased land from  the above company are jubilant over  the future" prospects.    The fruit trees  are showing an extraordinary disposition to fruit early. A number of cheiry  trees put out in the spring of 1905 being. Full p{ fruit, while the older cherry  trees, notably in the orchards of Messrs  Richter. Armstrong and  Barcello are  'loaded with   as  fine fruit   as can be  grown anywhere   The early kinds are  done, the first being ripe on May 28th.  . All other kinds of trees, apple, pear,  peach, plum, apricot,   and prune are  making- such a fine showing   that a  person would naturally think that he  had   struck   a veritable   "Garden of  Eden." ' The other crops grown here,  .\yheat,  oats,   hay,   potatoes   and   all  kinds of roots and vegetables are looking as well as  it   is possible  to have  them at this season of the year.    Alfalfa is cut and in stack.    Early  potatoes, peas, carrots, beets and cabbage  are fit to use.  The following, all directly engaged  in fruit and vegetable growing, were  elected a Board of Directors;���������Rev. A.  H. Cameron, Richard Elmhurst, Geo.  Kirby, John Mattice, J. C. Woodrow.  J. D. Hunt and   J. R. Shaw.  The Association starts with a membership of 25, and bids fair to become  one of the most useful organizations  in the-province, The principal objects  of the Association are: To get all the  latest information relative to fruitgrowing, such as, best kinds to plant;  best system of cultiyation; the preven-  BASEBALL MATCH.  Return Game   Played  at Keremeos   on  Sunday.���������Another Win for Hedley.  The Hedley baseball team journeyed  to Keremeos on Sunday to return the  visit of that team here the week before, and succeeded in bringing home  the honors. Out of five games played  this season, this makes four wins and  one loss.  As in the game played here, Hedlev  took a lead in the first three innings  which practically cinched the game.  The personnel of both teams was  changed somewhat, some of Hedley's  regular men not being able to get  away, and Keremeos playing men  who were unable to accompany them  on their visit here. Ed. Richter starj*-.  ed the pitching for Keremeos, but his  straight speedy ball seemed easy"for  the Hedley batters, and after the  fourth inning he was replaced by Daly,"  who,finished the game and managed  to keep the scoring down. Messenger  pitched the whole game through for  Hedley-and was always steady and  sure. Turner caught a splendid game  for Keremeos, throwing well to the  bases, and his batting brought in most  of their runs. Keremeos made one  double play, Bailey to Lowe. Both  teams wore strong at the bat, and  two-base hits wore numerous, while  Cootes, for Hedley made three bases  on a long drive; to right field.  Quite a large crowd of spectators  witnessed the game, and good plays  were rewarded with deserving applause.  The Hedley boys enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. Kirby, at the Keremeos  Hotel, and greatly appreciate the  treatment given them by the Keremeos boys.  Mr. Riddle umpired the game and  gave general satisfaction. The final  score was 25 to 16 in Hedley's favor.  Tho teams were as follows :  KEsemeos���������Turner, E.  Richter, T.  Daly,"\V. Lowe", C. Bailey, YV. McLeod,  C. W. Slatter,   W. Daly, S. McCurdy,  H. Richter.  Hedlev���������Watson, Messenger, Henderson, Irwin. Brule, Cootes, Revely.  Rotherham and Nelson.  It was decided not to act on the  proposal to combine the two teams  and compete in the baseball tournament at Loornis on July 4th.  The Night Hawk team is expected  to play in Keremeos in a week or two-  and an effort is being made to have-  Hedley meet them while they are up  this way; either to have them come  up  here,  or the Hedley team go to  Keremeos.  ���������. _������>.   Traffic on Okanagan Lake.  tion of fungous diseases and insect  pests; thp co-operative nnu-keting of  tiie produce so that each producer will  get the best possible returns for his  labor, and the establishing of a- cannery  or"crilnueries when thought advisable.  Canada for the Canadians.  meeting in Vernon in June .1907.  The building in the rear of John  Love's old drug store, formerly used  by Mr. Clark as a jewelry store, and  which is now used as sleeping quarters  by a couple ot young men, had a narrow escape from destruction by fire  last Friday night. A candle bad been  left burning in the room, and this fell  from its holder, setting fire to the bed  clothes. Fortunately the blaze was  noticed from the rear of Rotherham's  tobacco store and was extinguished  before much damage had been done.  (Minncupolis .Inurniil.)  Sir Thomas Shaughnessy has stirred  the   strong   national   feeling   of   our  northern neighbors with his rallying  crv "Canada for the Canadians."   His  pronouncement at the Quebec banquet  was notice to James J.   Hill  that his  progress across the boundary  will be  opposed by all the political and commercial influence the Canadian Pacific  can  muster.     As   a   loyal  Canadian,  born   and bred in Milwaukee,  Wis.,  Sir  Thomas   is  determined   that  no  Yankee railway king shall dominate  Western Canada.   Sir   William Van  Home,    another   staunch    Britisher,  from Will county, Illinois, is doubtless  of the same opinion.    Canada must be  saved for the Canadians.  It must be admitted that Mr. Hill  started in the world all right. He was  born under the Union Jack at Guelph,  Ontario, hut he foreswore the Queen  and his chances of knighthood and  became an ordinary, plebian railroad  president south of the line. Had he  remained a loyal Canadian he might  have been Sir James Hill by this time,  or even Marquis of Winnipeg. He  threw away his opportunities when he  headed for St. Paul, aud it is too late  for him to return. Canada must be  preserved for the Canadians.  The C. P. R. have  been delayed in  the construction of their new steamer  on   Okanagan   Lake   because   of  the  difficulty in obtaining material. Early  in the season the  principal  difficulty  feared  was  that of  getting   a   large  enough gang of ship carpenters,   but  since  the San Francisco disaster the  coast mills are  kept  busy supplying  the  wants  of contractors at 'Frisco,  and   are   compelling   others  to  wait.  Meanwhile the lake trade is increasing  at such a rate  that in a. few  weeks  more the steamers York and Aberdeen'  will be altogether unable to cope with  it.    All this season the York has been  handling most of the freight on barges,  leaving the Aberdeen to take care, of  the express, baggage and passengers.  At   Okanagan   Landing   two  more  barges are being built and also more  dock room  is being provided,  which  will   enable   the   freight   cars   to   be  placed alongside the boats and barges  and thus lighten the work of loading  and unloading.    In a few weeks more  the fruit season will be in full swing,  every dock along the lake furnishing  its quota.    Thus, with the numerous  calls and the large volume of produce  to be handled, late arrivals will be the  order of the dav.  Track-Laying on V.,  V. & E.  Track-laying west of Midway on the  V., V. &. E. has been in full swing for  over a week and good progress is being  made. A little delay i.s occasioned as  each trestle i.s encountered,'but as the  waiting time of the track-laying crew  is utilized during each delay, by employing them in the work of ballasting  the track 'ready for permanent traffic,,  no real delay in the end will be felt. ~M(.<A.ttr-^jr������-ffisrc^^  THE  HEDLEY   GAZETTE., JUNE   28,    1906.  \vbs  &  ���������^i*2&U-4  led^e.  The lack of such prpqf  ; ih (leinoristvatecl by the eam-  i paign of lying slander, which is  i indulged; ip.  |    It is  to be hoped   that this  ! statement of our belief respective, on Thursdays, by the hkui.ky Gazkite j jn^  t]ie  present political  situ-,  puinvish anu PL-m.isiiiNo'X'oMrAST.      I ntion will bG :refcm*led'as  satis-  ond  Sirailkameen Advertiser.  -biMiTKi),  at Medley; II. C.  factory*.���������Colonist.  Subscriptions in-Advance  Po:  Your   Six Months.  .......:.-. 52.00  .  -1.00  Advertising Rates  IVIeasm-oniciit. 12 lines to. the inch.  Land Notices���������Cortilioate.s of unprovemenfcetc.,  ������7.00 for CiO-day notices, and ������n.U0 for "lO-day  notice--.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding  one  ���������inch,'$1.00 for one. insertion, 2."j cents for  ' each subsequent insertion.  Over one inch;  10 cents per line for first insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  .Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month,  ������1.::,">; over ��������� inch and up to-4 inches, $1.00  per inch pur month. To constant advertisers  ��������� taking-, larger space than four inches; on  application, rates will bo given of reduced  charges, based on, sine of space and length  .    of time.. .      .'..,- ..  Advertisonibiits will bo changed once every  month if ad vertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftcnor than once a month  the price of composition will he charged at  regular rates, . ���������  Changes tor contract advertisements should  bcin the office by noon on Tuesday to:secure  attention for that week's issue.  A   MEGRAW,    .  fiianagins: Editor.  Complaints have been made���������  in fact there has been a serious  agitation iu Northern Ontario���������  against the charges on the Te-  liiiskammg railway. As this  line of .railway belongs to and is  operated by the Government it  is peculiarly open to criticism.  It has been charged that the  rates of passenger and freight  traffic are excessive, and that  the officials are arrogant with  the settlers. The rates are the  same as those charged by the  Grand, Trunk and the 0." P. R.  The rules and regulations are  also about the  regulations  NOTICE.  THE I'OXTIACCOPPICEMINES.LIMITED  (Noii-pei-Komil liability) hereby giyes notice that it intends after three months 'fi-oiii  the date hereof to apply to the Lieutenant-Governor for an Order-in-Council changing the  name of the said Company to the *��������� Kore'mcos-  .-Pontine..'-, Mines, .Limited, ,"��������� ..(Xon - personal  liability).  Dated at Kossland. ������. C 33rd'May lSHKi.  l'Khn'  WM, H. DAK BY  ���������    SkCKTAKV  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that 1*0 days'after  date I intend Vo.applS' to the Honorable,  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,  for'permission to purchase -120 acres, more or  less, sitiuited in the Similkameen Division of  Yale District Commencing at a point at the  North west corner of L. X. Ritchie's land, applied to purchase, thence.cnst 20 chains to Dog  hake, thence north along Dog Lake (10 chains,  thence west to Indian' Reserve line, thence  south along Indian Reserve line to point of  commencement.  W,v'. Un'CuiK, ."In.  Per ,las. "Ritchie, Agent.  Dated at Siimmorland, Mav'12, l!)0(i. '-  RITISH  BANK OF  NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,666.  HEAD OFFICE IX CANADA,  H. STJKEMAX, Goneral Manager      ;  BANKINO BY MAIL-Acconnts  special attention. Deposits can be made through tho mail, and sums added  )'        thereto and withdrawn at any Jnic.    A. General Dunking Business Transacted.   Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  of -parties living at a distance-receive our  ibei     '     * "   "  O    Hedley Branch,     -     L.Q. rtacHAFRE, Acting Manager    $r  Reserve���������$2,141,333.  -       MONTREAL  J..KLMSLY, Sunt, of Branches  4><l>-4><i������<&<-^<'^<'#'*4>^^*^'4'^  NOTICE  I CM.XTY DAYS AFTER DATE   J intend to  ! v-., '         "  ' '     * " -  ,...,������������������ .,���������   th(���������,, ,-, , apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  hctiuo ti.s.   diuot, in . .,|Ui y\ ln.iKS i;01. permission to purchase 100 acres  force on   other   lines       The    S������t-   "Hand described as follows: ' Beginning at a  l.oicc oil  uuici    iiucs.      x.iic   -'v1-   .p0st,���������arkefliM.Dal.v'siiorU.\vcsteornci-,tlionco  tiers'may have the   example    Ot: -running 10 chains   south,    10  chains  east,   40  the Intercolonial ^before" themjc,m!nsnonil' '^^^ to point of.con,  land imagine that it should not  {be run on business lines. Mr.  ! G. B. Smith,-chairman of the  j commission, in replying to the  i criticisms'made, says: ;'I do not j  j see that there can he any cause ���������  for such complaint, unless it re  inencenionr. and being southwest 7.of section 29  township 51.  . Lvci-ciiic'ns, B.,C. .April 21st, IS.'OB.  Hi-!)    ���������'���������'. M. DALY  NOTICE.  i-i'ivr?'rif *i~-'rrrk*-it-rs mjukcsnu*  Full Moon  , i;tii.  Last quar.  13th.  mm  3 U N E  'list qnar.  1900  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Tliu. Fri. Sat.  10  17  24  4  11  7    ..18'.  12  19  20  0  13.  20  27  . 7-  21  28  1  8;  15  22  29  9  10  23  30.  suits from the somewhat gen-  govern--  A   QUESTION OF VERACITY.  The question is asked as to  whether or not it is the intention of Premier.McBride to ask  the Lieutenant Governor for a.  dissolution* during  the  present  year, and also as to 'whether it  is not tiie intention to drop the  chief commissioner from the  government. We are not called  upon to speak for the premier  on questions regarding which  he is fully competent' and, no  doubt prepared to speak for  himself. lie is the mouth-piece  of the government.  We, however have no hesitation in affirming our own belief. If it be any satisfaction to  know our mind, there is no human probability of the premier  asking for a dissolution before  the expiry of the term of the.  present parliament. Nor, so  far as wo can see. is there any  reason for bringing on general;  elections. The country is well-  satisfied with the condition of  affairs politically, and only a  few professional politicians with  visions of office are worrying  about the matter.  We may also state that there  are 110 grounds for the supposition that the chief commission  er  of lands and works has  not  the entire confidence of his colleagues.    He has been the  .subject of a. great <.k-*u   of  persecution.    It is a homely old raying  that the good appit? trees in  an ;  orchard may be told by tiie nmii- j  her of sticks  and  stones   lying  underneath.    The bitter attack  being made upon Mi*.  Green  is  a tribute to his merits as a member and administrator.  Wo have 110 hesitation in expressing the fullest confidence  in the honesty and honorable  dealing of the chief commissioner both in public and private  life. We believe that the department of lands and works is  being administorcd strictly according to the Jaw, without fear  or favor. We believe that every  person who lias business with  the department is getting a  "square deal."  If we did not believe that to  be true, we would not support  the government. Those who  have an opposite opinion, or  are anxious to prove the opposite, have an opportunity to  make their position good by  any  facts within  their  know-  eral impression that  ment owned railways should  carry everything free." The  trouble seems to be that the  Whitney government will not  show favors and it has had. the  effect of giving some of the!  Conservatives in that new coun-1  try cold chills to think there is  no business advantages to be  ,hail by being a supporter of the  .government. They have not  realized yet that the i:ailway  Avas built as a business .proposition for the whole people, and  not for jiolitical favorites. A  liiinister in charge of a department having.extensive relations  with the public is likely to earn  the dislike of politicians if he  hews straight to the line. A  man is not alvyays popular with  his own pai'ty who refuses to be  influenced by political considerations in dealing with public  triists: Unpopularity is often a  certificate of merit.���������Colonist  -K7OTU-10 IS' .J-IERTCBY GIVEN that sixty  > J .dayst after date r intend to apply to the  Chief Comini'-sionev of .Lands and works for  permission to purchase eighty acres of land for  range purposes as follows : Commencing at the  northwest corner of section thirty, township  50 in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District,  (Similkainecn Laiui .RecordingDistrict); thence  east 10 ehains; thence south 2(1 chains; thence  west 10 ehains : thence north 20 chains.  Dated at Fairview this 5th of .luhe A. D. 190(5.  22-9 RICHARD RUSSELL ������������������  '  'VvH:  m  pt>e  U  &  :'S;h ier;;  .    ��������� ��������� ��������� -  's  F u r n  is h  i ng  s   S tore  OUTING SHIRTS  ���������With fancy silk stripe,  double ������������������collar:.  siKc,   Encflish. make.  extra large  NEGLIGEE SHIRTS  In very neat patterns, pleated fi-onte, the' W.6.R.  make, some ot! these are made in the coat style.  REGATTA. SHIRTS.    ;  Stilt" bosom, in  dark,  medium and  These are very fine quality.  light  colors.  ���������  i  I  i  ���������  NOTICE  SIXTY DA YS AFTER -DATE, I intend to apply to'tho Chief Commissioner of Lands.&  Works for permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing at a post  marked K. Daly's northeast corner, thenee rnn-  niiig2dehains..south 40 chains west, 20 chains  north, '4o chains cast to point of. eornnienee-  mentand covering the \. \Y. A of the S. W. lof  Sec. 13 Tp. 52 and contjiining.80 aei-es inoi-c 01  leSS.    -.--:-.:-.:���������-:.:.--:..   ..-'���������...:     .:.���������..:_,.::-   Keremens ft C June 0th 190t!      .  22-9   ' c F. DALY  NOTICE.  N<  OTICE is hereby given that sixty days after  date I intend to apply to ' the' Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to pm-chnsc one hundred and sixty acres in the  north east corner of Section 35. Township 55,  Similkainecn District.   Required for range.  2H-!)  Fail-view, liVi.  ,r������.������  SAMUEL D.HIXE..  .7uncll, lSKHi..-.  The long fight in England for  legalization of marriage with  the  NOTICE.  deceased wife's sister appears at last to have been won,  and without any sensational  feature. In the house of lords  the bill has heretofore been  killed session after session, but  now the lords quietly vote for  the bill on its third reading.  As marriage with a deceased  wife's'sister has long been recognized as legal in Canada and  other colonies of the empire, it  has seemed unjust for the mother* country to put it under  the ban. The final settlement  of the question will remove a  source of long pending dissatisfaction.���������Ex  The exoneration of Ernest  Denicte from blame for the killing of a looter during the time  of the San Francisco hre, seems  under the circumstances, to be  entirely proper. The judge was  right, according to the evidence  in saying that the young man  merely did his duty. If some  of the stories oL! shooting at San.  Francisco are true, there were  cases in which wanton and unjustifiable killing was done, but  this was not one of them.  CMXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend to ap  vJ ply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purcha.se 100 acres  of land described as follows: Commencing at a  post marked E. Corrigan's northwest corner,  ther.ee running east 10 chains, south 10 chains,  west JO chains, north 10 chains to point of commencement and being the X. W. \ of Section 17  Tp. 51.  Dated at Keremeos June 9th l!XKi  WORKING MEN'S SHIRTS  In   ginghams,   moleskin,   flannelette,  and    black  sateen        - Price 75c to $1.50.  BOYS' PANTS  Tn fancy tweeds,' worth 85c and $1.00,  Clearing' them out   at   -   -   -   -   -  65 cts.  Campbell & Shier, Hedley, B.C.  HOTEL  FIRST-CLASS  IN  EVERY   RESPECT  22-!)  E. COKK'IGAX  NOTICE.  IX TIIE MATTER OF the Land Registry Act  and in the matter of the title to Lot 5  Block IS and Lot 15, Block 33, "Map I'M.  Townsito'of Ashnola, in the Province of  British Columbia.  WHEREAS the Certilicate of Title of .Toll 11  0. Vansicklc. being Certificate of Title Xum-  bered (iliWa. to the above hereditaments, has  been lost or destroyed and application has been  made to me for a duplicate thereof:  NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEX that a duplicate Certilicate of Title will he issued at the  expiration of one month from the date hereof  unless in the meantime valid objection to the  contrary is made to me in writing.  ILKAMEEN  We have  received t,he largest* and best, assorted  stock  of Liquors that>  has   ever  come  into  t>he  Similkameen  Land Registry Ollice.  Kamloops ii. ('.,  .Mine Ith. 1000  W. H. EDMONDS  District Registrar  Of Titles  22-1  Scotch  Canadian Ryes  Usher's Black Label,  House of Lords  House of Commons  Seagram's 83  Canadian Club  Gooderham & Worts  Black and White  American  Caledonia Liqueur  Hunter's Baltimore Rye  John Dewar & Sons  Old Hermitage Burbon  Lemp's   St.   Louis   Beer.  NOTICE.  M  ETE  ���������win  ���������������   OROLOGICi  IL  in;  The folic  g' ;u-e the vend  *h show-  ing   tenipt-i-.-iti  n-e,  etc:.,   for  tl  ie  week  ending .7 ti  ���������re 23i-d  :  AT  THE "MINE.  "M  vximuni  "M  minium  Jun. 17  50  30  IS  k   ,  ol  31  19  00  32  20  59  35  21  51  35  22  57  35  23  70  37  Rainfall for wee  k .03 inch  as  AT  THK MILL-.  Mi  ixiinum  M  inimum  17  (  t  03  ���������12  18  0!  42  19  ,   ,  70  47  20  73  47  21  t   ,  03  52  22  %  t  75-  45  23  ,   ,  79  50  Rainfall  .02  Certificate of Improvements.  ���������M'OKAXK "Mineral Cluiin. -iluate in the  ("suytics "Miuiiifr !*ivi>ion of Yale District.    Where   located:-   Camp  Medley.  j**rAKK   NUTK'E    Urn!  !.   dun-la- de  Blois  I   ���������*- (���������'rci-ii.   Im-co    '.Miner's     Certilicate   No.  ! iliVd*.!. for my ������������������������������������,"f and ;;- :u;-eut for.!. Cory, Free  : "Mini/i-".: Ceri ;:ic:'ic No. ii."iii2|. intend sixty days  j from date hi'i-i-oi'. in :i;iplv In the  Mining lie-  cord or for a  ('ei'ti!ii-aic of  Improveiuents,  for  the purpose of ohvnim'np; a Ci-own  CI rant of the  above claim.  And furlher take notice that action, under  Section Ii". mu.-t ho cominciu-cil before the issuance of such Certiltciiteof 1111]>i*u *. enicnts.  Dated this 21st day of .hinc. A.D. lSH'ii.  Cdcli. OKKKN  GREEN MOUNTAIN  Mi-. L. A. tn.-u-k, v.-ho h  conti-iu-t woi-k (it A'eviHin  two  months,   is  ex-jK'cted  s been doing  i'ov the past  down on  Monday night's boat to attend the  wedding of his daughter-, Miss W'inni-  tYid to i). .!. funis, on Wednesday,  June 27th.  Miss Daisy McLellan of Okanagan  Falls, is vi.-iting Green Mountain this  week.  The road men ave busy these, days  repairing the road, and with the. dry  weather now on, the rnts will soon be  filled iir.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public    Livery Barn in Connection.  NOTICE  CMXTY DAYS AFTKU DATK I intend to  v-3 apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works to purchase the following- described  lands situate in the Similkameen Division of  Yale district and described as follows : Starting at a post marked J. P. 0'n N. K. corner set  at the X. W. corner of Lot 21(57. thence south 20  ehains, thence west 20 chains, thence north 20  chains, thence east 20 chains to point of commencement and containing 10 acres more or  less.  Keremeos, April Kith, lflOfi.  16-U J. P. GORDON  NOTICE  CMXTY DAYS AFTER DATK. I intend to  ���������""^ apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase KiO acres  of land described as follows: Hcg-inuiiifj- at a  post marked T. Daly's southeast corner, thence  north 40 chains, west 10 ehains. south -10 chains  cast .10 chains to point of commencement and  being southwest y of southeast V of section  and southeast A oi' southwest 5, of section  township 52.  Keremeos, U. C,. April 21st '0(1.  10-9 T. DALYj  Per E. M. DALY, Agent THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   JUNE, 28,   1900.  Town and District.  ___  June 21st, 22nd ami 23nl, the longest  days of the year.  Vic. Rider, of Princeton, was in  town on Tuesday.  Geo. Cawston, of the firm of Cawston Si Edmonds was across the line  last week.  Mrs. Whillans and children returned  on Sunday last from a short visit to  friends in Princeton.,  The. bank of T$. N. A. has donned its  summer costume in the shape of a red  arid white striped awning.     '   ���������" '  J. R. Greenfield, po.stofiico inspector  for the Vancouver postal division, inspected the local branch last week.  The recent warm weather has revived the crickets, and in the evenings  their merry songs can be heard on   all  sides.  ������     -1  C. E. Acker, of -Vancouver, representing t\m News-Advertiser, spent  the greater part of last week in town  in the interests of iris paper.  Mr. and-Ui-.s. G. P. Jones, from the  Mine, left on Monday morning's stage  for a trip to the coast. They expect  to he away about two weeks.  Bert Lrwin and Charlie Bay, who  have been working on Tweddle <fc  Keith's now hotel at Keremeos, left  there last week for Greenwood.  Mr. Donnison, from the office of tlic  Daly Reduction Co., was up to the  Miue last week a-,si.*Uuig" with stocktaking at the Nickel Plate store.  J. J. Bell, of Ottawa, inspector for  the Ottawa Firo Insurance Co., was  in town this week inspecting the risks  held by the company in this vicinity.  A new bridge is being put in on the  road to Keremeos, just this side of  Brushy Bottom. P. Lorenzetto and  A.  Laniont have the work in hand.  Mrs! Boeing is nursing a sprained  ankle, the result of a fall off the doorstep, but it is now getting better, and  with a few days' rest it will soon he  well.  Miss. Ford, who has been teaching  at the Nickel Plate school for the past  nine-'months,-went out on Monday's  stage to spend her holidays at the  coast.  The Similkameen Star announces  that as a result of the visit of the post  office inspector to Princeton, a triweekly mail service to that town., will  he established shortly. f       ffZ  Rev. D. F. Smith preached in Fraternity Hall on Sunday evening last  The weather being very warm, the  congregation was rather small.  Miss. Greenhlll presided at the piano.  L. W. Shatford M.P.P., is considerably under the weather this week, and  is confined to bed with an attack of  illness. Dr. McEwen has the case in  hand and is counting on having his  patient around in a few days.  Work is riot yet in progress on the  C. P. R.'s steamer at Okanagan Landing although a large scow is in course  of construction and also a new wharf  which has not yet shaped up sufficiently to give much idea of the object in  view in its erection.  About eleven men have been employed in the erection of Tweddle. and  Retail's new hotel at Keremeos. As  most of the outside and heavier work  is nearly finished, the staff was reduced to seyeu on Saturday.  An assortment of bathing suits was  received by Campbell ������fc Shier, gents'  furnishers, last week, and are now displayed in their show window. The  stock comprises men's aud hoys' sizes  in both the one and two-piece styles.  The    Penticton    spnrls     committee  have everything in shape for a good  time  on   Dominion   Day, which  they  will eelehrale this year on  July 2nd.  Everyone who can at all manage to go I  should not fail to take in Ihi-si* events. |  I  Jas.  Cody   has  almost  finished  the!  levelling   of   the ground  around  Mr.  'Shatforcl's house.    Iu the fall  several  loads of earth will be spread over this,  and   sown   with   grass   seed,    which  should make it a very pretty lawn by  next summer.  "All things come to those who  wait." The Hedley Lumber Co. have  been patiently waiting for hot weather  and enough rise in the water in the  river to float down the remainder M  their logs. A four-inch rise \v,\*  noticed after the first hot day.  Chaleau Edwards, one of tho little  Indian boys who has been attending  the school here, died at his home on  Monday morning- last. The child had  heen ailing for* some time, but Lad  been out of school only about six  weeks. Miss Laniont and the school  children made aud sent a very pretty  floral cross. The funeral took place  on Tuesday.  The baseball team had quite a nuni-  lier of followers on their Sunday trip to  Keremeos, Messrs., Love, MacHaffie,  Rose, McEwen and Bird accompanying them. Mr. and Mrs. Brule, Mr.  and Mrs. Cootes, and Mi-. Ed. Nelson  and daughter Josie, aiid Mr. J. Worth  also went down in private rigs.  Mr. Minard, a mining expert, arrived  in Olalla on Tuesday to make an examination of the"* properties of the  Olalla Copper Mining and Smelting  Company, upon which considerable  development work has been done, and  is now being carried on under the  superintendence of A. A. Watson.  There is an alarming spread of Canadian thistles, throughout the Valley,  largely due to the carelessness of  farmers in allowing this pernicious  weed to go to seed. We are advised  that the provincial police, year after  year have issued warnings that the  weeds must be cut down, but with unsatisfactory results so far, and sterner  methods will now be adopted. Under  the Noxious Weeds Act, any owner,  lessee'or occupier failing to destroy all  Canadian thistles on his land within  fourteen days after being notified so  to do by a constable, justice of the  peace or other proper official, becomes  liable to a penalty, on conviction, of  $20. Farmers, for their own interests,  should-not wait until the warning is  received, but take prompt action to  rid .their hind of the weeds.��������� Ex.  Mr. F. P. Howard begs to announce  to the people of Hedley and vicinity that  he will make regular weekly trips to town  with a supply of fresh fruit and vegetables  Reserve your orders for him.  ARTHUR D.  MILES  PHOVINCIAL  ASSAYKK  HEDLEY  B. C.  hotel!  1HEDLEYJ  s ��������� i  I  i  S  K  K  *  t������ ****  I    * *8  & St  S      ^   - _., .      SI  K  Under   New   Management  THE "IU3ST IMtOViOED  IX KITCIIKX -\XD HAH  AND E A' lilt Y CAKE  TAKEN J-'OR. THE COMFORT  OK V A T K O X S.  GI B BO N   a n d  Mcdonald  Proprietors  A. FEW  ABOUT GROCERIES  and  DRY G  ras?*������wwPZKSfiw--*3^^  ^vja zJExmrnaieonfacMwasm  BOOT &  SHOE  MAKER  H ED-LEY, B. O. ..  REVELY'S  STABLE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Your wants for Livery or Team  VVork will be attended to  by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  Fact I���������Our Store is the most attractive  in town and our stock  most complete.  is the  BANNEN ���������& SMITH  General Blacksmiths and  Horseshoers  HEDLEY,       - -       - -       B: C.  ' 3*:  When  Choosing a Hotel  try.--'  The Great  Northern  Try  .wvxvvV-ASl  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  f  ff  I*  g  I  I  K  K  K  *I  K  S������  K  K  K  a?  *���������  Fact 2���������We are stocked with the very  best goods obtainable.  Fact 3���������We are up-to-date in all pertaining to our business.  Fact 4���������We have one price for everybody, courteous treatment and  good service.  Fact 5���������We shall be pleased to have  you call and inspect our stock,  whether you buy or not.  i  S  I  A NEW HOUSE CONTAINING MOKE  BED  BOOM AccoanuoDA-  TION THAN*   ANY  OTH ER IN T O W N.  TABLE AXD BAIl  FIB ST-CLASS. .  BATES    MODERATE.  PETERSON BROS. & LIND  Proprietors  S hat fords,  Limited  STORES AT  FAIRVIEW and  HEDLEY  ������  s  Pure  and   Invigorating.  -*'  ��������� ^*^���������P***fD^T������^^^^^^'^^^^'H^^^^*P^^^^^^I^Ti^^^^^^^^^^'^^^^'^^  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  .   F.   &  N.   RY.  Daily  jL'UVU  !l.l.-) a. in.  !'.l;i a. in.  MIDWAY  Spokane, Scuttle,  Kverott, Holling-  liinii, Vancouver.  Victoria and nil  Coast points.  Spokane,  Ferine,  Winnipeg-. St. Paul  "Minneapolis  'Mo a. in.  Grand Forks, Ko-  public, "Marcus  Xortliport,   IJoss-  land, Nelson  Daily  Arrive  ('.III p. in.  (1.10 p. in.  (i.10 p. in.  (i.10 ii.ni.  !).!;*) ii. in.     Kaslo, Rnii'lnn  (i.10 p. in.  ..Hedley Meat Market.  i6 id id i */ ito i 1/ id id it/ it/ \d it/ id \d it/ it/ id id id  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  OPENED THE BUTCHER  SHOP ON WEBSTER ST.,  WITH A SUPPLY OF  CHOICE MEATS OF ALL  KIN DS���������BEEF, MUTTON  AND PORK :: POULTRY  FOR THE HO LI DAY  SEASON :: :: ::  "fl\7(\7|\7|\lj\'^  Ho H. Messenger  M. McAULEY -        Local flanagcr  Keremeos New Town site  Now On the Market. =  The V. V. & E. Railway-Station will be in the  centre of the town.  Now is the. time to get your lots, before the first  train conies rip the valley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around town site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,   Just a few  left.   Now is the time to double your money.  For Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  J. J. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $100,   $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  uwmtra  Fairview and Penticton  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  r>   "ORIENTAL LIMITED"  Daily   Overland   Trains  2  From Spokane for- Winnipeg,  St, Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chic-igo  and all points   cast.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  call  on or address  C. E. Preston,  Agent, Midway,  B. C.  S. G. Yerkes,  A. V. A., Seattle, Wash.  THE  NEW  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Evenitliinci Hew and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  ALSO-  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Good Horses and E-igs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  WHEN   ANSWERING   ADVERTISERS,    MENTION   THE    GAZETTE THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JUNE   28,   1906.  GENERAL.  ��������� Another star was added ..to the  Union on June Kitli, when President  Roosevelt signed the bill admitting  Oklahoma and Indian Territory as one;  State. ' ,.V,  A new building for the Y. W. C. A.  was opened by Lieut. .Governor Durrs-  muir in Vancouver on Tuesday evening, .June 10th.  With tKleafciJUiig crash the 100-foot  tovvei- of the- new Broadway Methodist  church, which when completed, was to  have- been the finest edifice in the city^  fell to the ground this morning and  several workmen had narrow escapes  from death.. It is said that the gradual sinking of the tower had been noticed for several days past, and it is  surmised recent heavy rains undermined the foundation. The body of  the church i.s badly damaged and an  indefinite postponement of occupancy  has been made necessary. The estimated cost of the church was $S0,U00.  '���������The'damage done amounts to between  ten and twenty thousand' dollars.  - . ,      - -.-'.'���������' (,. ��������� .  It is reported that two more steamers will be added to the Atlantic line  of the 0. P. R. Advices have* been received to the effect that the latest  built Empress, the Empress of Ireland,_  completed tiie builders' trial last week  on the Firth of Clyde, and that her  performances were exceptionally satisfactory, developing   a speed of 2S):]  "thus beating the performance"-of her  sister ship., the Empress of Britain.  The new steamship has peeu put on  the   Quebec-Liverpool route, and left  ,- Liverpool for Quebec Monday, on her  maiden trip, with a full cargo of freight  and passengers, Two 'more steamships have recently been ordered to be  ���������.built for the ;Canadiau.  Pacific   road,  "and are already under course of construction. They will run on the same  route as the Empresses of Britain and  Ireland.  Twelve cases of smallpox have been'  reported at London, Ont..  , ���������-<I>��������� ���������   HEDLEY  investment  And  Will  Make  Money  ���������J|g^ Jflg^m. is the supply point for the Nickel Plate nioun-  ��������� Mvlllvj tain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects. It is the mining and business  centre of the ���������'���������'.'  Similkameen  the new mining district which has already been proven, by .a  small amount of'development work, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coalmining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootehay Railway; and with the advent of this road,  which is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably  become a large and important city, and town lots will bring  big returns on money invested at the present time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....   $400 to $600  Other Streets    $200 to $400.  ���������   *  ...������ 1 ClX'* Id....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  For Those Who Invest Now  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway Comes^^^  For F*ull Peirticiuleirs, Maps Etc.,  -./-%������-������������������������"������������������ !_>*-' TO-  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and Tlanager,  y,  HEDLEY, B.C.  The Great Interior.  A sad accident occurred in Greenwood 011 Tuesday night at the Strath-  more mine whereby Charles Peterson  lost his life. Peterson in going to the  help of his partner was caught by  some rock falling on him. This happened about 11:30, and he died at 4 o'  clock the following morning. -  John Houston, ex-mayor of Nelson,  has opened an office in Goldfield, Nev.  to deal in "prospects and mines, mine  leases, ruining stocks and real estate."  A sad drowning accident occirrred  at Salmon Arm a few days ago, when  D. Mantel, an employe of the stone  quarry there lost his life. The deceased was engaged in making a trial  trip of a. boat which he constructed,  when it overturned and precipitated  him into the lake. He was not seen  after the boat capsized and though  efforts have been made the body has  not yet been recovered.���������Enderby  Progreys.  A game of baseball of exceptional  interest, as well as being possessed  of considerable originality, was played  between the ladies and a mixed lot of  gentlemen, one evening during the past  week. One of the restrictions placed  upon those of the sterner sex-was that  they were required to play only with  their left hands. The many ludicrous  inanu'uvri's gone throiu/h with in their  efforts to get the ball where desired  under so potent an incumbrance may  be more easily imagined than described  and it is not surprising that much  mirth was provoked both among the  players and spectators. The score  was a. decided result for the ladies.  ��������� Armstrong Advance.  At a meeting of the directors of the.  Okanagan and Spallumcheen Agricultural Society, September 19tb, 20th  and���������2lst were chosen as the dates for  their fall fair at Vernon.  The B. C. Copper Co. have purchased  the Oro Denoro, and the C. P. R, have  bought the Snowshoe mine. These  two Boundary properties are well  known producers,, particularly the  latter.  The nine hour day in the Granby  smelter commenced on   Monday   last.  Phoenix is considering a sewage  system. Levels are now being taken  by F. M. Kerby, P. L. S. for that purpose.  " The electric, light plant at Trail, B.C.,  owned by the Consolidated Mining  and Development Co., was completely  destroyed by fire on .rune 12th. The  origin of the fire is supposed to have  been a short circuit. The plant furnished light for the town and for the  Trail smelter'.  C. P. Ii. freight sheds at Kelowna.  had a. narrow escape from destruction  by fire recently. Hay and lime had  been piled  together,  and  rain   water  dripping from the eave-trough slaked  the lime, setting fire to the hay. The  building was saved by the prompt  action of the volunteer fire department.  The grading operations on the V.V.,  Si E. have revealed the. presence of  mineral, says the Midway Star. At  Rankin's No. 2 camp and also at one of  Gallagher's camps promising deposits  were exposed, and in the latter case  were staked. Placer gold is also reported near McBride's place on Anarchist mountain.  All records for large trees in British  Columbia forests have been broken by  the felling of a gigantic Douglas that Rock Bay, B. C. The tree measured 99 feet in length when trimmed to  lumber size, its diameter at the butt  was 11 feet 6 inches and its diameter  at the top 4 feet 10 inches. The tree  contains 18,000 feet of merchantable  lumber.  ,A special to the Nelson Daily News  says that Sunday last marked an important epoch in, the history of the  metallurgical affairs of the Dominion  of Canada, as on that day the first zinc  ever manufactured in Canada was  turned out by the smelter of the Canadian Metal Co. of Frank, Alta. The  preparations for the beginning of operations at the smelter have been under  way for two weeks, but the works  could not be said to be definitely in  complete operation until Sunday, when  the running off of the metal actually  commenced.  A tidy letter-head or bill-head commands attention from those with  whom you do business The Gazette  print-shoo can fit you out in style.  DOG WANTED.  ���������*' WANTKD��������� A good  intelligent collie  dog,  about a year old.      Communicate with  23-25  A. A. Watson, Olalla. B. C.  Whew! Its Hot!  When your collar climbs your neck.  When your clothes arc wet and sticky.  When you drag your feet at a  niile-a-year pace.  When life seems blank and your  toutige hangs out.  Then drink a. cool bottle of  GILLAN &. BRUM'S  CREAM SODA  or other choice aerated  beverages  put ui> ut Hie J  Similkameen  Bottling Works     <  Mail orders promptly idled. \  To make good bread you  must have good flour.   If  you want the best breadc  you must use  the best  flour.  Ogilvie's  Royal  Household  IS THE FINEST FLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  ��������� FOR SALE pv    SHATFORDS, LIMITED  ���������Hedleu and Fairview  Cawston 8 Edmond  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresh Meats  Fisti  Vegetables  AND f  Fruit  Cut Rates on Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.  I  i  St  st  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   B.C.  i  If  *  K  K  If  K  I  ������  3  * ======  If -  j������     McDerillOtt   too   ni; *���������* 11ii u i",   riujinciuia      *  f. St  [LTfAVINGr   taken  the   management  of  this well  known  house we wish to announce to the public that it will  be entirely renovated and remodelled with new and modern  improvements. Special attention will be paid the dining room.  The bar will be stocked with the very best .liquors and cigars.  Mc Arthur, Proprietors  I  st  si  I  5  S  I  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, manager.  First Class in Every Respect.     Commercial and Mining-  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  Pr ince ton  Stage  Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  Id  <  It)  J  0  I  2  0  JO  PI  -1  *  HEDLEY,  B. C.  PENTI6T0N  Livery, Feed and cStaoe  STABLES  =======  ESTABLISHED 1903  =======  Pine New  Covered  Stage Carrying Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  -:Or-  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  :():  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.

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