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Array ;  I  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol.  X  (i.  HEDLEY, B. C., THURSDAY, MAY   4, 190������.  #2.00, IX Aovaxck  fi  I Church Services.  U-.il the Methodist Church, mi Sunday Kvonlng  'of. each week, nl ":.'l" p. ,m.  i Strangers C|)rdiull,v  Invited,  1' KKV. ( . K. IKK'KSTICADKR.  ( M.A. ��������� WTI1.M.A.NS;  IVi.   II.  Fhvsicia.il ami  Surgeon  ������A  'Hkdi.ky, b: c.  t]\i.M. MX-i-KKS,  $!/  #������������������'.��������� ".-  $1.5  M.A.,  SOLICITOI!. ('-ON V KYAN.CEU,  NOTAHV I'I'!!!.!(',   KTC.  BOARD OF  TRADE MEETS  Many Important Matters Are  Taken  Up.  TO ELECT FIRE WARDEiYS  ���������V-'.i;-l!N(.)N.  B. C.  I!:  mE������. e.  Li  Real  WINKLER,  Penticton.. B.C.  Estate and, Mining  Broker.  i!'- '  .,Correspondence  Solicited   fn>������������   Those Having  Property   to   5oJl.  igfiMLES AE. SMAW,  i   :-[        Civil ENoixKKii.  [    ':' ..DOMINION"    AKO      PROVINCIAL  j    ^y      Land Sckvkydi:.  ^Orileusimaijbe lr.?T> at Gazette office.  flfcDifYv  B. G.  I  L-  Watchmaker  HEDLEY.B.C.  .Clocks and Watches for Sale.  The Regular Monthly Meeting Last  Monday Evening���������The Attendance  Somewhat Smaller, but Lively  Interest Taken.  matter to strengthen his hands, because they believe that no action could  be taken by the Federal Government at  the present time which 'would confer  a greater boon to this portion oi the  province or conduce more to the immediate and lasting prosperity of the  district/Carried.  ACCIDENT AT THE NICKEL PLATE  J: Leggatt Is Injured by Machine  Drill  Falling on Him.  ,<^<v\/>'w\/-i  DfWDNEY k SPfvlNGETT  f        Metropolitan Block, VICTORIA  Real   Estate,   mining; &  Financial Brokers  Special Attention given to Similkameen Valley  .and Keremoo.s Properties.  'owners of ALLISON Townsite Properties.  \   NICKEL    PLATE  | Barber Shop  \ BATHS  i ���������  Alex. F. McDonald  A. MEG RAW  ���������Notary Public  Conveyancer, Heal Estate. Mines, In-  .  surance, CroAvn Grants applied  for under Land Act and  Mineral     Act.  Agent for:  The Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada,  London St Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.,  The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co.  Hedley,  B.C.  fl. fl. WRIGHT  Boot and Shoe Maker  ME.DL-E.Y, B.C.  REPAIRING  NEATLY  DONE.  Stage and Mall  Orders Promptly  Attended To.  Irs. G. B. Lyon!  DliY MOODS 1  FANCY GOODS |  BOOTS & SHOES |  Millinery in Latest Styles 8  --.ujknts i.'oi:������������������  MASON (gb RISCH Pianos.  HEDLEY,   -    -   B.6.  The hoard of trade held their regular  monthly meeting on Monday evening;'  in the Gazette office. The attendance  was a little smaller than usual, but  nevertheless good Avork Avas done,  some of the matters taken up being,  perhaps, ofc greater importance than  any yet dealt Avith by the board.  In the absence of the president, W.  A. McLean, the chair was taken by .T.  D. Brass, vice-president.  After disposal of minutes a communication was read from L. ��������� W,Shatford, M. P. P., acknowledging ..receipt  of the secretary's: telegram/ re lock-up  and assuring the board that he Avould  use his utmost endeavor to secure an  appropriation for the purpose.  The 'communication was receiA'ed and  tiled.   /     -  '   .*,'-'"/���������-.     '���������'���������'. ..'���������= .<     iV'  A cconn ts; of secretary and Hedley  Gazette for postage, printing and hall  rent were 'lassud.  The secretary and F. H. French who,'  Avith the president, were the committee appointed to interview Mr. Rodgers  on the matter of Avater rates, levelling  off of mounds made from water-works  cxcaA-ations, placing of hydrants, etc.,  reported result of their conference.  Mr. .French also stated that. Mr.  Rodgers had agreed to assist in the  matter of procuring hose at the most  reasonable rates.  The question of fire protection came  in for a lengthy discussion as to ways  and means for aA'erting a calamity  from a. visitation l)A' fire.  Mr. Fraser thought that when the  board had obtained information as to  size, quantity and cost of hose and  other appliances for fire protection  they had gone their limit, as they had  no authority to act for the citizens and  incur expenses that the citizens them-  sehres had not authorized and he  thought it adA-isable that a public  meeting be called.  As a precaution to prevent fires it  seemed to he the opinion of the board  that adA-antago should be taken of the  provision made by chapter 83 of the  provincial statutes which enables unincorporated towns and villages to  regulate buildings and the placing of  stove-pipes find thus lessen the danger  caused by fire-traps that thoughtless  persons often place as a menace to all  other property in the immediate  vicinity. The secretary read the act,  Avhich is cited as the "Villages Fire  Protection Act," and which provides  for the election of three fire A\'ardens  Avhoshall have powers that are A-eiw full  and explicit and if faithfully carried  out by them cannot fail to piwe a  A-ery important factor of safety.  It was moved and seconded by F.  Fi-aser and F. If. French that the secretary communicate Avith the government agent asking that he take steps  for the election of fire wardens in  Hedley as provided for in chapter S3  of the revised statutes, and the motion  Avas carried.  F. H. French and J. J. McDonald  moved that the secretary be empowered to sign checks on the board's  funds in the Bank of B. N. A., countersigned'by the president, or in his  absence, by (he A'ico-president.  Tlie board were in felicitious mood  over the advent of Bank.  Moved by L..Rolls, seconded by W.  W. .1. Forbes, that the Hedley board  of trade note with pleasure and ap-  proA-al the action being taken at  OttaAva by (lie representative of Yale-  Cariboo in introducing legislation to  remove (lie disadvantage in Avhich the  holders of the V. V. tc K. charter are  placed by the existence of any doubt  as lo the validity of their charter; and '  they desire by an assurance of their  appreciation  of   his   attitude  in   this  A painful accident occurred at the  Nickel Plate mine on the night shift  on Saturday . night last by.which J.  Leggatt, miner, received painful injuries. He and J. MoKinnon Avere  Avorking in a sfcope. They were drilling a down-pitched holei in .which they  Avere using water, and had the machine  AA'ell up to the top of the bar, which  ���������was securely fastened. Everything  Was working smoothly and free with  McKinnon .cranking and Leggatt  chuck-tender, Avhen the shank broke  and the piston striking the rock before  the air could be turned oft* loosened the  upper end of the bar from its, fastening, alloAving the. machine and bar to  fall over on him. One blow from the  piston struck Leggatt on the head,  knocking him over against a jagged  rock. Meanwhile his partner managed  to get the air turned off and endeavored to divert the course of the falling  bar, but was unable to keep it from  falling on him.-.-Very ' severe scalp  wounds and a bad bruising resulted,  but fortunately ho more serious injuries .were received, and it is thought  that before long he Avill he. out again.  ���������   PENTICTON NOTES.  right-of-Avay it takes two to make a.  bargain, and the right-of-way agent  may often be as unreasonable on his  side. One thoroughly-authenticated  case is known of where the right-of-  way. agent wanted to settle .for' a sum  several hundred dollars less than half  of what the holder paid for the land.  VISIT FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE  Spends  L.   W.  Shatford,    M.   P.   P.,  Sunday in Hedley.  Messrs. Mcintosh and Rodgers have  purchased a lot on Smith street and  Avill proceed to put up a building  shortly.  L. C. Barnes is having the front of  his fine business house on Ellis street  painted and otherwise made ready for  occupation.  J. M. Boyd, representing the Winnipeg Free Press,.was a visitor to town  this week in the interests of Manitoba's  biggest daily.  The first general meeting of the  shareholders of the Southern Oka-  nagan Land Company will be held  here on May 2nd.  Mrs. Hood is having the acre lots on  Winnipeg avenue, which she recently  purchased, cleared of trees and improved generally.  A. J. Dawson of Vernon, Avho has  spent the last six months or so at the  coast, came in oh' Friday's boat and  Avill remain here some time.  T. Ellis, Rev. W. C. Whyte and S.  C. Smith came down from Vernon to  attend the shareholders' meeting of the  Southern Okanagan Land Company.  E. O. Delong returned Monday from  a trip to Oro, Wash., Avhere he went  to size up Hill's railroad. Ed says it  looks like a sure go this time and no  mistake.  W. J. Taviss, manager for the Mutual  Life Assurance Company of Canada,  came in on the Aberdeen Monday to  attend the meeting of the shareholders of the Southern Okanagan 'Land  Company.  H. A. Fraser of Armstrong came in  on Monday's boat to take the management of .1. A. Schubert's store at this  place. T. C. Revely, the retiring  manager, intends starting in business  for himself short!\\  , The many friends of Mr. L. W.  Shatford, who has done himself proud  in his splendid efforts in behalf of his  constituents and of the province generally during the recent session of the  provincial legislature, were pleased to  have a yisit from him on Saturday  evening last. The arduous duties of  the session (and there was no member  in the house'who took his duties more  to heart .or Avho had a; greater responsibility resting upon him) did not  seem to affect adversely his physical  condition or lessen his embonpoint.  The meeting of shareholders of the  Southern Okanagan Land Company,  of which he and his brother are  central figures, being held on May  2nd, prevented him 'making, a longer  stay; but in all probability he will  spend the greater part of his time in  Hedley this summer, as Hedley has  become the center of interest in his  constituency...'.-.  There is no shadow of doubt in Mr.  Sliatford's mind as to the bona fides of  the Great Northern so far as building  into the Similkameen this summer is  concerned, for the personal assurances  which he received to that effect precludes any likelihood of failure. He is  still in hopes that the route will be  from Midway instead of from Republic;  but thought it would depend largely  on the Federal "Government's action.  If they should refuse to grant the  simple legislation required by Mr. Hill  it would in all probability be built from  Republic.  When comparing his constituency  Avith others in the province he is avoII  satisfied Avith what had bei-n obtained,  as he Avell might be, and he. expected  as good, if not better, financial sIioav-  ing for the province at the end of the  present fiscal year, as the last.  PRINCETON  INyESTICATION  Special Coinmissionoi' Tplnrie  Held Court Last' Week.  THE CASE IS ADJOURNED  Sixteen Witnesses, Testify, Most of  Them in Favor of Mr. Hunter.  Complainant Protests Against Time  Allowed to Get Ready for Hearing.  GREEN MOUNTAIN NEWS  ReA*. James Lang conducted services  at Green Mountain last Sunday.  A huge cougar was found dead nearby where Mr. Clark had put out poison  for coyotes.  The fall Avheat is about a foot high.  How Avould that compare with eastern  crops for the first of May ?  Everything in this vicinity is putting on its new spring dress of green  and some of the garden "suss" is up.  Miss Emma McMullen returned to  her home in Vernon to finish her  course in the high school, after spending se\Ten months at Green Mountain.  J. J. Marks and P. Broadhagen haA'e  been camping near Green Mountain  and prospecting, but it remains a  secret Iioav many gold mines haA'e been  discovered.  James Lang is just finishing the  painting of the Green Mountain house  and fence, Avhich is a great, improvement to the place. Mr. Lang is the  man to do the work in a, hurry and do  it well, too.  L. A. Clark has received notice from  MrR. F. Tohnie. special commissioner appointed by the Department of  Mines to inquire into the conduct of  government agent Hugh Hunter at  Princeton opened his'"court in the  Government/office' there last Thursday.  The complainant. Mr. Emil Voigt  did hot appear at the forenoon session  at which a number of Avitnesses testified in favor of Mr. Hunter.  C. H. Henning sworn said he had  knoAvn Mr. Hunter for five-years and  his -work had been satisfactory in  every resp'ect, and be did not believe  that Mr. Hunter had in any way been  neglectful of his duties as an official.  Alex. Bell, SAVorn, said that he had  resided here 5 -years", and had found  Mr. Hunter perfectly honest and bad  never knoAvn him to be neglectful of  his duties.  C. E. Thomas had resided ten years  in the mining division during Avhich  time he had considerable business Avith  Mr. Hunter and had no-cause for complaint. He had always found him attentive to business.  Among others avIio testified in the  same strain and Avhose evidence, if  gi\Ten, would be. needless repetition,  were: George Freeman, who had  knoAvn him for ten years; James Snow-  don, for eight years; G. Muvdock, for  five years; C. Summers, for tAvelve  years; G. Wardle, for nine years; G.  Goldsborougli, for six years; Claude  M. SnoAvdon, for seven years; James  Campbell, for two years.  The court Avas adjourned until 1-.8U,  at which session Mr. Voigt appeared  and said: "I am not present to bring  any charges against Mr. Hunter, but  am here to lodge a protest against the  court of inquiry as to time. My papeis  are in the hands of my attorney; my  Avitnest^es are scattered all over the  province, and it is not easy to get them  here.    I have serious charges to make,  ONLY  FROM  OROVILLE.  Fifty Miles Contract  From  Oroville To  Hedley All That Has Yet Been Let.  It appears that the rumors regarding  contract of 100 miles being let are inaccurate. Sims & Shields' contract  only covers from Oroville to Hedley,  fifty miles. The portion Avest of Hedley may be let any day, and that east-  Ayard from Oroville is held back awaiting the Ottawa. GoA'ernment's decision.  If no legislation is granted it Avill undoubtedly come from, Republic, Avhich  is 25 miles longer than to Midway, but  on a better grade: but if the necessary legislation be granted the Mid\A'ay  route Avill be taken. Until that is decided no contract can be let.  Rumors are around'of several holdups for right-of-Avay, ��������� but ;'little  credence can be placed on these until  the facts are knoAvn.     Tn negotiating  and many of them against Mr. Hunter, but I must have my attorney,  papers and Avituesses. I have informed  by wire tlie Premier of British Columbia; the Lieutcnant-goA-ernor of  British Columbia; Hon. Duncan Ross,  OttaAva; the Fclev.vl Government at  OttaAva, and also our representative in  the local house, Mr. Shatford, at Fair-  vieAv. I ask for an adjournment until  the latter part of June."  Atliol Fraser testified that in the  collection of poll tax Hunter had been  neglectful.of his duties. The witness  said: "In making out my payrolls I  have no provincial poll tax receipts,  and haA-e newer had for three years, to  deduct this $H tax for the province.  I have had men who have left the  Avork this year and 1 have been unable  to collect this tax from them through  Joseph H. Hunter, attorney at Wash-j not having  the  receipts.     I paid  the  tax myself last year and   Mr.   Mm iter  Collected all the taxes due on his   visit.  I ingtou.  1). C, of an increase in his  pension for service in the civil war.  If there are any old soldiers in this  country who are entitled to a pension  they should correspond with Mr.  Hunter.  The  Minnesota   is a. great ship, but  she   has   not   the  legs of a sea greyhound.    Thirteen   days   to   cross the  Pacific   is   not   record   time   by   any  means,   although   it   has    been   telegraphed   as   such   by   the   Associated ,  Press to every newspaper in the United  States.    A   British   steamer of more  than thirty Avars of age has made better time (ban that of   the   Minnesota,  the   widely   touted   flyer.    There are  three British ocean-going vessels  now  plying on the  Pacific   which   can  cut  two   days  or  therea bout off thirteen  without     unduly     distending     their  boilers.    These facts, Ave tear, will not  be sent abroad by the Associated Press  people.���������Victoria Times.  at that time. Have only seen Mr.  Hunter once in three years on the  mountain collecting poll tax.  P. McDonald, electrician, had known  Mr. .Hunter and had business with  him and found him obliging.  15. Waterman, manager of the Vermillion Forks Mining and Development  Company and townsite agent, had  known Mr. Hunter for ten years and  had had considerable business Avith'  him since 1S9S. He had no complaint  to make Avith the way in which business bad been conducted and found  Mr. Hunter attenth-e   lo   Ins   official  duties and always courteous in furnishing information.  The. court was adjourned to 'Victoria  on June 27th.  The foregoing is the gist of flu- evidence! taken and as the. matter is still  sun .mjoick the Gazette has no comment to make on the case. 'ITIK HKIJLKV GAZK'ITK.   MAY   -I.    ISM 15.  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  ���������wsiurtVui Tlimrdays. by Mie iri:i������i.i-:v Cazktti-  I'lUXTI.VC: AND IVlfl.lSlll.VCi ('O.MI'ANV.  [.1MITKD.  :U, Heilley.  B. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year   Six '.Vlonl'lis       ���������.S-'.tll)  . l.llll  Ailvcifisi'iiKuUs will be i-liiiuircil once every  month ifiulvertiscrilcsiros. witliuiil any extra  'charge. Ktii1 changes oftcner than oiieen. month  the   price nf (-(imposition   will  lie chiirjjeil  ;it  :U-t������ t-lint IIk'C.P, l\\   added   ill-       A tidy letter-head or hill-head  com-i  ���������~ .    . ,        o'     mi mauds attention   from     those     with;-  xnlf to injury ol the SinnllCJ>-, whom you do business. The Gazette j  moon by |H'()|>osilig- a i'urtlusr -print-shop can fit you out in style. |  term of ii.ve years liel'^rc giving' ~    ~      ���������~ .;  tli is district connection with'the NrOTIGE. /  outside world.    With the (������roMt. i  .��������� .    .        CKAI-KllPROPOSALS   will be received ,1111- j  Aortlieni     IIOW       riinilin0;      11IVO   *~J   til May With, lilt);-), for HRXl cords of wood to  ... , ; lie delivered at the mill or on the banks of the \  V ���������UlCOllVei*. ."111(1 the   Act 'passed ;Similkaniecii   river,   Hedley.   on   or   before, j  ,      . . .,    .. i)   /1  i NoA-eiulier 1st. 1  at the last Session    Ol    the    l������. v>.       '-'or particulars address I  ... 1, . ,, , TIIK DALY UKM/CTIOX CO., Ltd..  l(*o;isljitiir(' onnbhii";   the ���������lireat  1.1-1 Medley, n. c   .  Northern to acquire the various  terminal    lines '.running     into  BANK OF  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,666.  XOTICE.  nvnlnr rates.- VaiicotlVet'. tllC Province's hogeV ��������� fJOTICK  IS   HKilKHY   OIVICX   that sixty  ,.,  ,-,, ,., , .,,i,.,���������.i;<,���������1i,.,1iu uiimiiii'- ... ,,       ;. "   ! days after date I intend to apply to tlie  be ���������l,fmN.������   ���������<    ���������';<'������������������;', Tes^o^:^about Seattle  robbing the Ca-; 11,.... cidercommissioner of i^,,d������ami \\Vk������  ..11, ,1;,,,, (!,. 11...1 '������v-t./.i-- ��������� i*iiw. .   .        .    ,Y .     1  , !���������" purchase:til) acres ol mountain land, situate  attention loi lli.il, ni:k - issue. iKUliai) const cities IS the Veriest   about   two-and-ono-half  miles    northwest   of  A   JuEGRAW, . ���������'        ! Void's eautp.  Managing Editor.    UllOOnshilU'  IfCtseauiji  Commencing at, a post marked J. T. .lames'    j iiortlieust corner; thence south 40ehains; thence  waeaama^uBtmmmaa^mmBmafmm \ west S(l chains;  UlClieC llol'tll 4(1 ehains; thence  " ' i cost SO chains to point of beginning.  In 1892 the.Conservative #o\H .J>ntcd April ist. niu-,. ( r(,  j ^  Xew Moon  4rli.  I'Mi'st (iiiar.  iit.li.  v.m  % {���������$ &  may  Kni  n ooii  ' 18th.  Lash (|iiar.  ���������Jfitli..  11)05  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.  1 2  7       S "  0  II      lo 10  2i . ,22 2;i  28     29 m  10  17  21  ���������5.1.  n  IS  12  IS)  ���������>:a  (5  18  2i)  27  THE SPECIAL  PLEADER  In an "I told you so" veiri the  Vanc.otivei* Province drops into  some .spec-ions reasoning- on its  C. P. R brief to show tlie people  at the coast what dire things  iire.to transpire as the result of  the Great Northern building  into the Similkameen; but its  scare bogeys will have little  effect upon the hard-beaded  business men of this province  who have outgrown the period  of bogey alarms. After kivisb-  ing an inordinate amount of  false sophistiy and bad geography on the question to show  that the wealth of the Shuilka-  Tnee.n is all to go to Seattle, the  Province says:  What the result Avill be to Vancouver can readily be perceived. With  the advent of the raihvay there Avill be  a big rush to the district, and a great  deal of activity. The business which  will be created, and Avhich it must be  remembered Avill be permanent and  Avill increase with the development of  the mines, will be the reAvard which  Seattle Avill secure by the enterprise of  the man Avho is so solicitous for its  success. VancouA'or will be entirely  out of the running, and may be out of  it permanently. The richest mineral  district of the province, and the one  which more than any other, should  have been tributary to this city, Avill  yield its Avealth to build up a foreign  community.  and adds as a logical conclusion:  Then it Avill be that our people Avill  appreciate the folly displayed in refusing the necessary aid and incourage-  inentto an all-Canadian road AA'liich  Avould have bound the Similkameen to  our fortunes, and built op the industries of our oavii   country.  It certainly is comforting to  learn from the Province that  the Similkameen is the richest  mineral district in the province  and also that the business which  the railway is to create is to be  permanent. How strange the  Province has never been able to  convince its master, the C.P.K.,  that this richest district in the  province should not have been  allowed to lie all these years  without railway communication, for nobody knew any better than did the C. P. R., which  hauled away hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of Similkameen raised and fed cattle  each year for the last twenty  years, delivered to it at'Hope  and other points along its main  line through Yale and .e  Ivootenays, after having been  driven often over a hundred  miles over mountain trails.  And also it knew of the th ��������� i-  sands of dollars it had collected  in freight on heavy machinery  delivered at its dock in i'en-  tieton to be hauled by teams  fifty miles into the mounta;ns  to develop a mining propert ;  and yet it is only a few wee  a  ; eminent at -Ottawa- gave Coroni;  ' a charter to build the Nelson ec ;  j Fort Shepherd railway into a;  ! O. P. R. preserve.    In 1898, when j  the rail way policy of thecoun-j  try   should   be  i stead of contracting, Van Home  : was able to bulldoze the Laurier  ; government, into refusing Cor-  I bin a charter to build to Green-  \ wood. Can it be possible that  j the government at Ottawa have  I not yet repented of that act of  j folly find will again make the  | wishes.of the C. P..R. paramount  ! to the wishes and interests of  ! the people of British Columbia  by   refusing    Hill   the    simple  piece  of legislation  Which   he  is asking'?  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  I  1TKA1) OFKIOK IX CA.VAOA.  M. STIKKMAN, General Manager  Reserve-,- $2,043,997.  iur. niV.al  J. KLM!    Y. Snpt. of l'ranches  A General Banking Business Transacted.    Liafts Issued on  New York, San Francisco and all Points in Canada   SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Hedley Branch,       =       Q. H. WINTER, Acting Manager    8  teooo  . ...      , K11WA1U) Vlliniiieriilclivim.sitiiateinOvcon-  broaclenmg   111- i       wood  mining division  of   Yale   district.  Where located:    On Douglas mountain,  about one mile from eamp AlolCinney.  TAKK NOTK'K. that we, Henry .). I-Iomanri,  free miller's eertilieatc No. 804aU, and  Ciuorgc il. Bennett, free miner's eertilieatc Xo.  lilUgfi. intend. (Kl days from date hereof to apply  to the mining recorder for a eertilieate of im-  provements for the purpose of obtaining a  crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section '!", must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this l.Uh day of April, 1805. 15-8  NOTICE.  Gartrell- French.  (Vernon Xews.)  Avery pretty AA'edding took place  in the Presbyterian church yesterday,  when George N. Glartrell of Summer-  land, was united in 'marriage to Miss  Elsie May French, one of tlie most  .popular young ladies in the city.  The church had been prettily decorated for the occasion by the. Girls'  Mission Band, an arch of wild fioAvers  and greenery, with bell pendent, haA--  ing been erected below the altar.  The music Avas led by the choir, a  large number of Avhom had made it a  point to be present to do this honor to  one who for some years has devoted  her musical talents to the service of  the church and Avho has been one of  the most important members of their  body.  The bride; Avho was given away by  her father, Mr.S. P. French, Sr., looked  charming in a dress of liberty silk,  trimmed with chiffon and applique,  Avith wreath of orange blossoms and  delicate veiling, and carrying -a handsome bouquet of flowers. Miss Daisy  French made a very pretty bridesmaid  in her white dress and her white chiffon  picture hat, while the groom AA-as supported by J. Forsyth Smith.  The bride Avas also attended by her  little niece and nephew, Miss Gladys  and Master Eric French. The ceremony AA'as performed by ReA\ R. XV.  Craw.  After the Avedding, the bridal party,  together with a few of the most intimate friends and relations of the family, sat down to. a Avedding breakfast  at the home of the bride's parents,  Avhere, after a photograph of the party  had been taken on the hiAvn outside the  house, all the jolity proper to such an  occasion Avas crowded into the short  space of time left before the departure  of the train. The Rev. Mr. CraAV proposed the health of the bride, Avishing  the couple all happiness and prosperity  in the name of their numerous friends,  and the groom responded, briefly expressing his appreciation of the good  Avishes that had been showered upon  himself and his bride.  The bride Avill be greatly missed in  social and musical circles, in Avhich she  has been remarkably popular and she  will carry Avith her to her future home  in Sunnnerland the good wishes of a  very large number who have come  Avithin the sphere of her influence and  been enabled to appreciate her many  good qualities. That this is so Avas  emphatically evidenced by the number  of handsome presents that Avas received, and by the hearty send-off at  the station.  [The bride is a sister of Messrs. F. If.  and George K. French of Hedley. The  Gazette extends congratulations.]  NOTICK is hereby given that sixty days after  date I intend to apply to the lion. .Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase HKI acres of land in the Osoyoos  District, and more particularly described as  follows: Commencing at a post in Section 2(>,  Tp., ft*, running theiiee north 40 ehains; thence  west 40 chains: thence south ���������!!* chains; thence  east, Id chains to point, of commencement.  KDW. BULLOCIv-WKBSTKK.  Vernon. B. C March SJth. Ilidl. 12-8  NOTICE.  NOTK'-K is hereby given that sixty days from  date I intend to amity to the Chief Commissioner of l.>ands and Works for permission  to purchase the following described laud :  Commencing at a post on the west side of' the,  Indian Reserve, marked K. M. Daly's southeast corner and following the reserve line 10  chains north, thence leaving the reserve line  and running 20 ehains west, --lOeliiiiiis south,  20 chains cast to point of commencement and  containing 80 acres more or less.  K. M. DALY  Keretneos, B. C. March 31st. 12--8  Wholesale and Retail  Merchant  Groceries  Hardwar  Dry Goods  Flour a     Feed  Gents' Furnishings  Sash an..  Doors  Boots and Shoes  Lumber and Shingles  Etc., Etc.  Etc., Etc.  Stores���������HEDLEY and PEINTICTON.  m  GEO. KIRBY, Tlanager.  NOTICE.  Bill Galliher, M. P. for Kootenay,  was arrested in Ncav York last Aveek  for giving the western war-whoop in  good style at the Union depot. In  Nelson, Bill might be considered Avild  and woolly and full of fleas, hard to  curry below the knees, but it; evidently  don't go Avith the. smart set of Ncav  York.  NOTICK is hereby given that. (>0 days after  date, 1 intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands ������ Works for permission  to purchase 320 acres of land lying southwest of  and adjoining M. A. Voigt's land. Lot '',57!', in  the Osoyoos Division of Yale District: Commencing ata post marked Athol Kraser's southeast corner, tnence north 10 chains to the south  boundary of Lot .V������7!', thence west SO chains,  thence south 10 chains, thence east 80 chains to  point of commencement.'  Dated at Voigt's Camp, April 1st. l'.IO'i.  l;'-8 ATHOL KRASKK.  NOTICE.  First Class in Every  Respect.      Commercial and  Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkat-  meen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  ton-Princeton Stage Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  >?=  NOTICE is hereby given that, sixty days sifter  date, I intend to apply to the Hon. the  Chief'Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to purchase 480 acres of land in the  Osoyoos Division of Yale District, and more  particularly described as follows: Commencing  at the south-east corner of Lot 8,4(58, G. H. Ca-  hill's purchase on 18-Mile Creek, running thence  west 80 chains to the Indian reservation; thence  south (>0 chains; thence cast 80 chains; thence  north 60 chains to point of commencement.  ,A. D. WORGAX.  per G. H. Cahu.u Agent.  Hedley. B. C��������� oth April, 1905. 14-8  ..Alfalfa Meat Market.;.  FRESH AND CURED MEATS  Wholesale and Retail.  R. J. WYNNE,  Manager  TUG Pioneer Garrlaoe  and  Repair Shop  nEDlEV,     -     -     B.6.  Moffet's Best  Is made through the most careful!  selection of hard wheat and strict  attention to detail in milling.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO., Ltd.  VERNON and EN DERBY, B.C.  !    '  !     !  Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of Blacksmithing done.    :    :  GEO. fi. SPR0ULE,,  Proprietor.  FORTY-FIFTH year.  66 PAGES : WEEKLY : ILLUSTRATED.  INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN  $3 PER YEAR POSTPAID.  SEND J*OK SAMPLE COPY.  linings Scientific Press  f.30 I.IARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.  Cawston 8 Edmond  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresli Meats  Flsn  Vegetables  AND  Fruit  Hi  <  (0  HI  J  0  I  WE MAKE  One Grade Only  AND  2  D  JO  H  >1  THEY STAND THE  Heaviest   Fires.  Never  Known to  F^ail.  Wo do n������������������>���������  make (  Thin Wall Safes. A  m  U������fu  HEDLEY,  -   -   B. C THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 4,  1905.  Town and DistrM.  AVhen are avo to get that third mail  per A\;eek'J   "  .). II. Kennedy, chief engineer of the  V. V. tt"E., AA'as'in toAvn on Saturday  night.  Myrtle McLean says it is not so that  she had been taking a few rounds out  of the bear.  George Wardle is  butcher business in  Kit .Summers.  going into -the  Princeton  Avith  violin McLennan,  carpenter,  James Clark's jewellery .-.store ���������������������������was'  moved this Aveek to a lot on Irene  street in rear of  store.  John LoATe's drug  Mr. J.   CosgroA'e.  is    to  honor of the first building  nieen City.    He is putting  there.  obtain the  in' Shnilka-  iip a hotel  The Daly Reduction -Company are  asking tenders for cutting 1000 cords  of wood to be delivered by the first of  November.  When Mr. Wolby gives- us a daily  stage  to   Penticton    the   postmaster-  ett- on   general will probably consent to giA-e  for   his" ranch   at  Monday   mornin_  Okninigan Falls. <  W. C. McLean' of Nelson and J.  McDonald of"-Grand'. Forks passed  through on Saturday on their way to  '���������M;;.'.-.va.y. 0  ,'-:.i.r. .!. B. C. Cootes, electrician, has  moved his family cIoaa-u from the  Nickel Plate and is now occupying the  house on Webster street, lately occupied by C. A. Huntington.   '  Rev. A. J. FoAvlie of Princeton  preached acceptably on Sunday eA'en-  ing last. The Gazette has not yet  learned Avhat arrangements have been  made by the Presbytery for summer  supply in the Similkameen valley.  Campbell and Shier have opened up  a stock of cigars, av hole-sale and retail  in the building formerly known as the  M eat Ma rket oppbsi te the Coi n mercial  !:i >tel. Mr. Campbell hasn't his, sain-  , pi.'���������.-> in yet for tailoring but is expect-  in-.' them in every day. i  i'Ue two siuyey gangs of the Great  N i-thern met last Aveek hetAveen here  and Keremeos. The. loAver gang haAe  li.,ished location of the line from the  !>���������'-.mdary line northwaiil. ��������� The upper  gang are Avorking hack up the riA*er  on their line crossing their first line.  Venerable Archbishop Pentreath  wl'il hold service in Hedley on Sunday  evening next. Rca-. C. E. Docksteader,  Avith Aery commench������.hle liberality, has  A'.oihntoereci to 'drop all, other sevices  on the occasion and requested his congregation to attend the  service.  Anglican  James K. Robertson came over from  his ranch on the Okanagan on Monday. Mr. Robertson owns considerable real estate in Hedley and has  vii riovis mineral claims that will require  attention, so he concluded to come  oA-er here this summer and be in the  thick of it.  the Gazette started moving up-stairs  la.-=t week immediately after the paper  Avas out, and carpenters are busy  doAvn-stairs this Aveek in the Gazette  block getting the Bank of B. N. A's.  quarters in shape. MeaiiAvhile the  bank is occupying Mr. Boeing's building next door.  Those Avho say that Avoinen haven't  a sense of humor or that their humor  is not practical in its character are  A'ery much mistaken. The Gazette  heard a lady remark in the audience  during the bag-punching exhibition at  tin; Athletic Association's entertainment last week, "Wouldn't that be  tine for kneading bread!"  Mr. R. F. Tohnie, deputy minister  of mines and special commissioner on  the Hunter im-cstigation, made the  Gazette a pleasant call on Saturday on  liis way back to the coast. Theniatter  beiifg still unsettled Mr. Tohnie A\*as  not free to discuss it, and like all other  discreet officials made himself agreeable on other topics, a course Avith  which the Gazette cannot find fault as  it certainly is the correct one.  There is a great scramble in the Con-  servatiA-e camp for the appointment of  sheriff of Yale. The local Conservatives 'have nominated J. T. Edwards  as their choice of several aspirants.  The Vernon Conservatives will also  nominate a candidate, and their choice  will probably fall upon J. C. Tunstall.  If Mr. Shatford is not bound by nominee from his oavh district he will probably be the man Avho will cast the  deciding vote.���������Knmloops Sentinel.  Mr. C. A'l. ShaAV, avIio has been over in  the Boundary visiting his family and  attending to business matters, returned last Aveek to Voigt's camp  Avhere he has been engaged for several  months on engineering work for Mr.  Voigt's company, and Avhere he has  work ahead Avhich Avill keep him busy  for several   months  to  come.    In  ad-  iis, a third mail per week  Miss Elsie -and Master Aubrey  Bryant of Peac-.hland. are on a A7isit  to their father, Mr. William-Bryant,  and are. guests at the Connn'ercial.  , The Armstrong Advance is.the latest  journalistic; claimant for public favor,  and it is-a likely looking sheet to obtain it, as'.'the paper is newsy and AA'ell  printed.., ���������'. .'; /'���������.���������"..'  What'.'about', that telephone; exchange which Mr. Gobeil of the Public  Works departnient.and Mayor Stevens  of Kamloops Avere to give us in a .few.  days?.    ,'.'  Jas. Watt, foreman of the Southern  Okanagan Land Company's surface  improArement force at Penticton was  in town Sunday and went up to Otter  Flat on Monday,    .  There was no matched game of baseball this Aveek between tlie toAvn and  the G. N. R. engineers' team, and so  only a,practice game ,was' held Avith  the sides mixed up.  Mr. Fred J. ,Fine,; of Fine & Hamilton, leal estate agents, Chesa.AV, Avas in  town on Tuesday and made the  Gazette a pleasant call. Mr. Fine is  an old newspaperman.  The ladies' sewing circle will give a  Aveight social in the Methodist church  on Saturday evening, May 0. Refreshments, ice cream and cake. All are  cordially invited.    Admission 25 cents.  Dr. II. B. White of FairvieAV paid  Hedley a visit, coining in .on Saturday  Avith Mr. L. W. Shatfoid and returning on Monday morning. This is the  doctor's first visit to Hedle J* for almost  a year.  Money talks;; but it takes money all  its time to hear itself talking these  days Avith the sound of carpenters'  hammers. At least so the bankers  must think while all this hammering  is going on." Also if any of the  Gazette's items this week- should be  saA'iige in tone, charge it up against  the carpenters.  Mr, F. Fraser received-a telephone  message from Northport on Monday  to the effect that his partnei-, R. C.  Morrison, had his right hand, amputated above the wrist. Mi*. Fraser had  started to move James Clark's jeAvel-  lery shop with a vie.AV to putting up a  good business house on the same  ground, but on the receipt of the iicavs  of his partner's mishap decided to proceed no further in the; matter until he  knew his partner's Avishes.  Hughie Campbell, well known in the  Similkameen as one of the old-timers,  left this Aveek for Princeton and Friday creek where he has important  mining interests. Hughie is a rolatiA'u  of .Premier Bond of NoAvfoundland,  and an object of tender solicitude from  his brother, Rev. George Bond, who  occasionally sends him copies of the  Sunday school books Avhich he Avrites  for the Sunday school libraries. One  of these was shoAvn the Gazette?. It is  entitled, "Skipper George Netinan,"  and is a tale of out-port Methodism in  NeAA'foundland. Hughie's sizing up of  the book Avas rather funny and Avas  scarcely along the lines taken by the  literary critics, but was accurate and  good uaturcd, and showed Avithal that  he appreciated these little, attentions  paid him by esteemed and distinguished relatives.  We have received from the Carswell  Company, Limited, Toronto, a copy of  "Martin's Mining Cases" of British  Columbia, being Volume 11., Part I.,  of a iioav well knoAvn Avork by the  Honorable Mr. Justice Martin. Volume 1., as our readers are aAA'are, is a  large volume practically revieAving the  entire legislation and litigation pertaining to mining in this proA'ince from  the  beginning,   the  price of  which is  , J. R. Finch representing the Federal  Life of Canada, is in ttnvn this Aveek,  and made the Gazette a friendly call.  Myrtle.McLean andW. G. Murray  have!almost recovered from the accident of last Aveek. The latter has returned to work in the store. Josie  Nelson was A'ery ill last Aveek of pneumonia, but is iioav out of danger.  Leonard BradshiiAV has  his attack, referred to last week.  also gob oATcr  J. H. Fleckenstein arriA'ed on Tuesday night and from uoaa' on will assist  in the Nickel Plate barber emporium.  Mr. Fleckenstein hails from Tonapah, j  Nevada,' where barbers often make as  high as $25 a day saving the gold from'I  miners' hair. He says there is lots of  gold down there, but health, the. most  precious stuff, .don't assay���������Tonapah  lieing the most unhealthy ..camp.: in  America.  At this Season a Good Spring  Medicine Avill assist Nature to  throAy off "That Dead Feeling.;!  Look up that Old Family Recipe  and let us get it ready for you!  We have quite a Arariety of  Spring Tonics already on hand.  Spring Requisites  Such as Ammonia, Sulphur,  Chloride of Lime, Carbolic Poav-  der, etc., etc., should be provided  for now.  A Full Line of Flower and  Garden Seeds.  JOHN LOVE,  Druggist* <������l>  Stationer,  HEDLEY & FAIRVIEW  HOTEL $1  '0fc  .. HEDLEV, B.C.  Leading;  Hotel of the  Simllkaineen Valley.  This House is TJew and-First Class in Evory Respect,  Being Equipped with all vlodern Conveniences���������Electric  Light, Telephone, Baths, Etc. :       ':..'. :.'������������������:���������.-   :  ��������� Rates  ocJoraiioc  L  A. McDern  BUSi&fi"'  rieter.  Hedley  Livery,   Fee  and  Sale Stable  HEDLEY,     -     -  IQNfl HOUSE  WHEN journeying to the  Boundary-Country- arrange your plans to stop  and rest a while' at the  I0NA HOUSE, the half-  AA'ay hotel between Midway  and Sidley. This is Avhere  the stage stops for dinner.  Good Accommodation at  Moderate Rates.  J. s. McLean,  Proprietor.  B.C.  Strictly First Class Service.  Special Attention given to  tlie Travelling Public.  Teaming of all kinds done.  Horses Bought and Sold.  da  EDLEY  The  Leading  House  For  Commercial  fieri.   :   :   :  W. F. REVELY,  Proprietor.  Best Only Provided for Table  and Bar/  W. J. Henderson, Prop.  Fairview's  Leading  Hotel.....  We Golden Gate  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  lEe Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <8b REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  H. JONES, Proprietor.  This house was lately overhauled and enlarged, and  is now comfortable and  convenient.  Charges moderate.  jaeeeoo  eeO0O0CCOQO0QOO6O6O(XSeOO&6CO00COO0i0GO9OQCOQOG<S  dition   to   the   survey   of    numerous i $20.    It   contains   everything in con-  mineral claims, a smelter site and  traniAvay Avill have to be laid out, and  also a new toAvnsite, to Avhich. the  cam]) buildings will haA'e to be removed out of danger from blasts in the  open Avorkings. Things are likely to  hum in Voigt's camp this summer and  Copper and Kennedy mountains Avill  receive at last the degree of attention  which their importance deserves.  densed form Avhich the practitioner  can hope to get in theAvay of decisions,  and, therefore, in a British Columbia's  kiAvyor's office has become indispensable. The present volume brings the  first up to the A'ery latest date, in fact,  as late as February. HKK������, and this is  only the hist part of May. It contains 2(18 pages, and is well printed on  the A'ery best of paper. The price is .$5  FAIRVIEW, B.C.  Try.  Vktoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  ������������������  Pure  and   Invigorating.  w. T. sword & 6o.  For the  Ladies  Our  long  delayed   ship-  ment of Dry (lotids has  at last arrived, and we  are now showing a very  pretty display of new  Dress Goods and Ladies'  wear of all descriptions. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 4, 1005.  If. A. A. ENTERTAINMENT.  A Varied Program of Gymnastics, Music,  Etc., Delights the Audience.  The. Medley Athletic Association  will henceforth need no apology when j  putting on ;in entertainment, for their  first attempt has amply demonstrated  their capability to put up a good bill  of fare.  Sproule's hull was suitably decorated j  for the occa-iioii, and while there Avas  a. fair 'turnout of toAvnspcople, the. hall  ���������Avould have held a goodmany more  and the eutertainmi;nt deserved better  patronage.  Mr. (-"inlay Fraser, president .of  the  H. A. A., occupied'the chair, and in a  particularly  happy vein,- ������������������pulled  off!  the events," interlarding the  numbers  Avith several good hits and apt stories.  And   while   the   chairman    was   in (  good vein the orchestra Avere in.equally  good strain and enlivened the evening  Avith some A'ery choice selections.  The first athletic oA'ont was the three  round bout Avith the gloves between  two of the school kids, Clark Huntington and Austin Henderson, who came  out arrayed in all the paraphernalia of  the ring and showed that they had  been under instruction in the use'of  the hunch of fives, the Anglo-Saxon's  favorite Avcapon of defence.    This was J '  ERTY IN HEDLEY  ood;  Safe   Investment  MtffcfflliiV *'s k"10 suPPly point for the Nickel Plate nioun-  HTMIjUIvj tain, on Avhich is situated the famous .-".Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in * vnada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects.    It i- l he mining and business  centre of the  Similkameei  declared a draw by the referee. \Y  R.. Hocking sang in good voice 'Must  for the Sake of Society," and a grama-1  phone selection reproducing a'Chinese j  song followed. A neat exhibition of;  bag punching Avas giA'en by A. McDer-!  mott, Avhose deft manipulation of his'!  little niaulies Asas a marvel to look at i  until he. uppercut the. bag out of the '  ring. The chairman,-In. introducing!  the next number, claimed for the j  Athletic Association an "achioA'enient ���������  iuia.tta.ihed by Bariiuin, Forepaugli or !.  any othei- magnates of the circus, that ���������  of making a lion execute a step dance, j  The Lyon did-dance, and a more skill- \  fully executed sailor's horn-pipe than j  that to Avhich the audience were;  'treated is \-cry rarely excelled by the j  best professionals, and this in spite of  a most Avretched platform to dance on, j  Avhere   the  board   upon    Avhich    the!  dancer's   Avciu'ht   rested   Avas seen to i  i  spring over half an  inch   loAver  than i  those, alongside.    Mr. Oliver sang "A j  Ragtime Hymn" in good form and Dr. I  Whillans gaA'e a  cle.A'er exhibition of ;  club swinging.    A noted   number Avas j-  the   lecture   on   music  gi\-on  by Mr.  Dickenson, Avhose impersonation of an  old professor Avas most apt,  and   the  resemblance to Sir Henry   Irving was  verA*   marked,   Avhile   main-    of    the  truisms expressed in the lecture struck  home   as   being   more    gospel    than  burlesque. , "  "  The orchestra was made up  of Mrs.  G. B. Lyon, violin; Mrs. W. J. Forbes,  piano, and H. A. Wright,   cornet, and  the   pieces   which  they   played Avere  '���������Friend   and   Foe,"    ".Martha"   and  "Woman's Love   Walt/.."    Mrs.  T. D.  Pickard   played the   accompaniment  for Mi'. Hocking, and Mr. Hocking for  Mr. OhVer, while Miss Lowndes furn-l  ished the music for Dr. Whillans' .club"  swinging,   and   Mrs.    Lyon and  Mrs. |  Forbes   played  for  Mr.  Lyon's  horn- j  pipe.    The   last   number   was   a   two;  round glove bout betAveen G. B. Lyon j  and A. McDerinott, Avhich was enjoyed j  by the audience as skill  and  absolute j  good     nature     marked      the     event'  throughout.  At the conclusion of the program ;  the H. A. A. wet up the ice-cream and j  cake, and asked the . audience to try j  their hand at guessing the amount of  money in a jar of beans in which a  number of coins had been placed. It  was rather amusing to note that in  most cases the guessers seemed to  think it Avould help them in guessing  to know Avho put the money in the  jar, but the one Avho said he Avould put  his guess at one cent if it was a certain  person who loaded up the jar. must  have been prejudiced, for seA'era!  shiners were visible on the outside  of the glass.  Make  Money  the ncAV mining district which has already been proven, by a  .small amount of development'work, to be one of'the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections .-if  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief toAvn on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway ; and with the. advent of this road,  Avbicti is assured in the near future, it Avill unquestionably  become a large and important city, and -town lots Avill 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.  .... I CrtvlVLd.���������.���������  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  Twaassssstms  For Those Who  Invest  Now.  Purchase a. few tote before the Railway Comes^^===  For "Pull "Particulars, Maps Etc.,  -**F������F������l--V   TO-  The Hedley City Townsite Co'y, ltd,  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  HEDLEY, B. C.  osxt-aaxsryJt<Bvr-.  ioro-vc-uaJvc,*^*������wa���������wa*i  PENTI6T  Livery, Feed and Stage  STABLES  ==   ESTABLISHED  1903 ==  ���������Fine* New  Covered  Stage  Carrying Royal Mail.  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  :0:  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  . Every Attention Paid to Wants  '-��������� of the Public.    :        : : .      :  :0:  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  SIMILKAMEEN  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable  Mclennan, mcfeelt 1 co, w.  Vancouver, B. C  Wholesale and Retail  HARDWARE,  STOVES,  SPORTING GOODS.  ������u������JW������n.ir.M mi.iiii.11 ������������������ii.iiiM.nii.i. m >M.iiil������M..lM������.miM������������������  Grand Union Hotel  ���������HERRING & WINKLER, Peops.  Choice   Liquors and   Cigars  always in stock.  Good Table and Comfortable  Rooms.  Careful attention to wants of travelling    p  jjvslblio and regular boarders.  Single and Double  Drivers.  Saddle   and   Pack  Horses.  Wood for Sale.  HOPKINS <8b McINNES, Proprietors, Hedley, B.C.  HO.  General Store  ^Commercial Hotel  The GRAND UNT0N is the nearest to the Avorks ol: the Daly  Reduction Co., which makes it especially suited for regular boarders.  Am. aviiite ijkw.  .    HEDLEY, B. O.  vsmsmamat  KEREMEOS,  B.C.!  HEDLEY, B. C.  A Large and Entirely  New Stock of General   Merchandise  Just Opened.  Prices Reasonable.  Give Us a Call!  This  hotel  under new management has been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a la/'ge number of people.  The table is supplied ;  with the best in the; market.    The bar contains  1  the popular brands of liquors and, cigars.  J. K. FRASER., Proprietor.  MGDougalt k 60'  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������A LSO���������  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND     PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.

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