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 /.  OS&sC<6~sCZ^~f     C^-^Z-^Z^r,  ���������y  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  .1  MAY7-1S06  %4  "\/CTnRlA>y  \  :Vol. II.  No. 16.  PIEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, MAY   3, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  is  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE,   TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, General Manager   '. ALEX. LArRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN  THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  BANKING BY IWASL  Business may be transacted by mail -with any branch  of the Ba,nk. Accounts may be opened, and deposits  made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid  to out-of-town accounts.  11 & E. PLANS  AT HEDLEY  Come Up Before Minister of  Railways at Ottawa.  A PRETTY GIFT.  Why Does Minister Hesitate?  Duncan Ross, M������ P., Presents Resolutions  . and Petitions From Citizens and  Board of Trade���������Makes Strong Plea  on Behalf of Town and of V. V. & E.  J. M. CHRISTIE, Manager Penticton Branch.  WILLIAM E. BUPJiITT  TtARRlSTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  COMMISSIONER,  ETC.  HEDLEY  B. C.  CHARLES M. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  THE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.  Work In British Columbia for the Season,  Mapped Out���������The Similkameen Gets  One Man This Summer.  flEDLEY,  B. G.  R  H.  ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  1  A.   L O G AN   &   CO .^  (Sucsossors to Miller Bros.) . ......  WATCHMAKERS and JEWELERS  ���������   Repairing' a Specialty.'  ' Work Guaranteed.' :  MIDWAY and GREENWOOD,   B. C.  Edw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B.C.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Power or Light  ii  Grand Union  Hotel  The geological survey will have several parties in the western field tlie  coming summer. In British Columbia  Messrs. Brock, Young and Boyd Avill  furnish. an exhaustive study of the  Rossland camp and will later complete  the work begun in Lardeau district in  1901. Mr. Leach 'will' be employed  upon the very rich prospects of coal  and other minerals in the Biilkley  valley on the upper waters of the  Skeena river near the projected line of  the Grand Trunk Pacific railway. Mr.  Campbell goes to the Similkameen  district to study and map that area.  Mr. Leroy will be employed from the  international boundary line hortli-  Avard. The work of measuring and  valuatitig the gravels of Bonanza and  Bunker creeks near DaAvson, for the  puvpesje^pf^Lrw  of the gold remaining in them, is entrusted to R. G. McCorinell. and J.  Keele, assisted by Messrs. Maclaren  and O'Farrell. A second Yukon party,  under Mr. Cairns, Avill study the rich  silver camp, of ������������������.Windy Arm and will  also survey-and report upon the ctial  deposit of White Horse.  BILLIARD TOURNAMENT.  J HEDLEY, B. C.  ! /HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER &. GLADDEN  Civil & Mining Engineers  -:o:���������  MINES ana  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  Harry Walton Wins Out and Captures  ���������',.,' the Pipe.  ���������'������������������^~-   " -, ���������  The' billiard tournament Avhich lias.  .been in progress for the past fortnight  or more, in Hairsme's billiard parlor,  Avas'finished up on Friday night.  In the first' round the. pairs Avere:  J. Edmonds and A. McDermott, even  scratch, Avon by Edmonds ; E. Henderson and R. Carniichael, Avith Henderson handicapped, Avon by Carinieliael  Avithout handicap; F. A. IrAVin and  F..H.-French, scratch, avoii by IiAvin ;  John Love and Geo. Sproule, Avith  Sproule handicapped, defaulted to  Sproule; E. D. Boeing and W. B.  Haynes, Boeing handicapped, Avon by  Boeing ; J. Fortier and F. M. Gillespie,  Gillespie handicapped, Avon by Fortier,  VV. F. Revely and' Ben Lake, Avith  Lake handicapped, 'Avon by Lake; J.  Gladden and H. Walton, with Walton  handicapped, won by Walton.  In the next round the pairs were : J.  Edmond and R. Carniichael, Kdmond  handicapped, Avon by Carniichael;  Fred Irwin and Geo. Sproule. Irwin  handicapped. Avon by Irwin; E. D.  Boeing and .T. Fortier, Boeing handicapped, won by Fortier; Ben Lake  anil H- Walton, won by Walton.  : In.the last, round of the semi-finals  Fortier defaulted to Walton, and in  tlie 'pairs', Carniichael and Irwin, with  IrAviri handicapped, Avon by Irwin.  , This left: the finals to be played out  betAA'een Walton and Irwin, AA'hen  Walton Avon out.  After much del.-iy the question of  V. V. & E. plans to come through the  town of Hedley instead of being forced  by ,the C. P. R. to build across the  Similkameen River, came up before  the Minister of Railways at Ottawa on  Thursday last. ' Over two months ago  the matter Avas brought before the  Minister and he granted approval at  once, but shortly after doing so the  C. P. R. got .after him and he with-  drew the approved which he ha'd  granted: This precipitated the present  fight, in which Hedley took a small  hand by holding the- public meeting  on March 19th, at which a strong resolution Avas carried, and also one from  the Board of Trade, ^iisavoH as the  circulation of petitions,, all of which  it Avill be seen figured prominently in  the discussion.  The Gazette, on behalf of itself and  the town, bows ^icknowleilgement'to  Duncan Ross, M. P., for the able manner in which he championed the case  for the town. It is but proper also in  this connection "to acknowledge the  valuable services of Mr. M. K. Rodgers  in the matter, as he it was "'who really  set. the ball rolling, for in their anxiety  to avoid conflict Avith the C. P. R., the  V. V. & E. engineers, would have  chosen the other side. Mr. Rodgers,  seeing the way the land tlay/,; took- the  matter up,.Avith G. N. 'headquarters at  St. Paul. Otherwise direct ,eutrance  of the railway to. the tcuvn would most  likely have been lost by default, to  the serious injury of the toAvn.  Why the Minister should Jiehave  so. strangely is one of those things  which make one sa*������*little but think a  great deal. .  The NeAvs-Advertiser giA-es the 'following :  "Hon.  Mr. EnimerJjon,- Minister of  Railways, yesterday heard the application  of the Vancouver. Victoria &  Eastern for the ratification of the plan  giving the raihyuy'direct entrance to  the town  of" Hedley, in the Similkameen district.    Lawyer H. B. McGiv-  erin and J. H. Kennedy, Chief Engineer, appeared for the V. V". & E.   The  application  Avas. strongly  opposed by  the Canadian Pacific, Avhich Avants to  force the.  V. V. ������fc E.   to  build across  the river from Hedley and oyer a mile  distant' -from   the   toAvn.     Mr.   Ross,  member   for   Yale-Cariboo,   appeared  for the   citizens  of Hedley and presented petitions from the citizens and  the  Board  of Trade  in  favor of  the  application.    He   made a  strong  plea  for the ratification of tlie   plans and  held that the interest, of the town was  of more important*.' than the  interest  of  an   opposing   raihvay   company,  which  had   no   railway   Avitliin   fifty  miles of  the  town   and  might  never  build one to it."  Miss Lamont Remeiribered  By Her  Pupils.    s  On Tuesday morning, May 1st, Miss  Lamont, teacher, was pleasantly surprised on entering the school room, to  find on ��������� her desk a be'autiful May  basket in the form of a tripod. ' The  shanks of the tripod were sheathed in  ferns and" green mosses and tied at the  apex Avith a knot), of colored ribbon.  Within was'fastened, a pretty basket  filled and garlanded Avith Avild flowers  and mosses, Avhile grouped around the  basket on the teacher's table were  bouquets of wild flowers, and on the  blackboard Avas written ���������' We bring  our garlands for the May Day." ���������  The gift did honor alike, to teacher  and pupils and Avas evidence of the  cordial feeling subsisting betAveen  them. Miss Lamont took charge of  the Hedley school in January last and  'has taught\vith signal success during  the term. The jn-cscnt schoolroom is  bright and cheery, the Avails being  neatly papered Avith light blue ingrain  and :tho V-joint' ceiling1- stained and  varnished. This, Avith the neAV desks  put in during the ternij is evidence  that the Board.-.'have an eye to the  eternal fitness of thing's and are' endeavoring   to   retain the services   of  LOUIS W. HILL  INSPECTS V. UE.  Gretat Northern Officials Making a Tour of Various  Lines.  V. T. k E. TO BE SHOVED  Party Goes Over Wenatchee - Oroville  Route���������Thence Eastward to Midway  Inspecting Construction Work On  Route.  teachers Avhose AA'ork is satisfactory.  This evidence of ��������� esteem is ' most  gratifying'*'.at this time,' and is an assurance' that the good work being  done by the teacher is appreciated by  pupils and parents." '       ' .  THERE IS NO SHUT-DOWN.  The Daly Reduction Company's Stamp  Mill .Not Idle for,Single Hour, and  Believed to be Turning Out More  "Bullion Than Ever.     * ''.���������*'  ���������It has several times within the past,  month been-broiiglit'to the Gazette's  attention thatreports are"in circulation on the outside that the Nickel  Plate mine is shut "clown fast, aridthat'  the town is.a cemetery in consequence.  Such an impression getting abroad  cannot fail to do incalculable- injury to  the town and it is the.vdnty of everyone interested in the, town who hears  it to give the statement as Avide refutation as lie possibly can, even-if in doing so he has to tell enough of the  truth to make it unpalatableto some.  So far as output of the mine is concerned it is furnishing ore to keep the  millgoing at its full  capacity.  '  It is quite true that the" toAvn is  quieter thaii it has been, and that residents are becoming impatient and censorious.! -. In fact it is hard to get the  one Avi'tiiout the other, for impatience  and censure are apparently inseparable.  On'suclran ore body as the Nickel  Plate or Sunnysicles a 40 stamp null is  not a mill. It is alnere toy. For tAvo  years past it has been an .open secret  that sixty stamps Avere to be added.  Each spring Avas expected to Avit-  ness fulfilment and as the months go  by and the "marking time" is still kept  up it begins to get on the nerves. Heretofore the opening' of spring ahA'ays  did Avitnessan increase in activity, but  here for a month past the waste Avater  has been streaming from the Hume by  two overflows in sight of the town and  fi'Aver machine drills are at development work to use the  compressed air  A party of Great Northern officials,'  says the Spokesman-RevieAv, arrived  in Spokane April 25th. ' The party  cousisted of Louis W. Hill, first vice-  president of the Great Northern, Avho  Avith Benjamin Campbell, fourth vice-  president, and Cal Stone, genera!-passenger and ticket agent of" the Great-  Northern. The party arriA'ed in Mr.  Hills priA-ate car, and left at 0 o'clock  last night for Wenatchee, from Avhere  they will go partly by boat on the  Columbia, river to Oroville,"and i'roin  there make a tour of inspection along  the route of the Vancouver, Victoria  &; Eastern, Avhich is under construction  betAveen Oroville and Princeton, \B. C.  "We have 5000 men at work on ,the  road, and expect to have it completed  to Vancouver Avithin tAvo years; pos-  siblv less," said Mr. Hill. -"Rails have  been laid between Curlew and Midway  and the grading beyond MidAvay is  being pushed as rapidly as possible."  "We found great excitement' in the  coast towns over the San Francisco  disaster," said Mr. Hill, "and a generous spirit of response to the appealfor  aid. -T,don't think there is any need  to worry over' the future of Frisco.  Necessarily a great many business men  lost their fortunes in the fire, but the  .town..will grow ���������again., Right now  -there are some good real, estate bargains there for iheb Avith "���������'money.- I  imagine I would rather invest there  now than in Seattle."  Cal Stone, general passenger and  ticket agent for the company, aa'Iio  was one of the party, stated yesterday  afternoon that the plan of raili*6ad  officials making their trips in automobiles is the best Avay of aA-oiding publicity. "We rode into Tacoma and all  over the toAvn, and the newspapers  never got on to who Ave Avere," said Mr.  Stone. "If Ave had come in Avith a  private car, they Avould have found us ,  before Ave reached the depot." '' '  Mr. Hill's party Avill spend several  days inspecting the construction -work  of the Vancouver, Victoria <fc Eastern,  after which they Avill return to Spokane.  .. ,���������^ ,���������  Work at Voigt's Camp.       ���������" '  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings sIioaa--  ing temperature, etc., for the Aveek  ending April 28th :  Hedley Pool Room  and Barber Shop  For an Easy Shave and  a Stylish Hair - Cut or  a   Game   of   Billiards.  Carl Halrslne  Geo. Abies  Mr. Angus Stewart who was'chairman of the public nieeting held on  March i9th to take up the railway-  matter received a warm courteous letter from Louis' \V. Hill expressive of  the "Company's" appreciation of the  frieiiclly attitude of the citizens of Hed-  le^ toAA-arcls them; and saying that the  encouragement received from various  parties 'mentioned in the lettsi* had  much to do Avith their decision to  build through this portion of the  province.  AT  THE  MINE.  Maximum  Minimum  Apr 22           ..         49  39  '28"                    41  8i '  .   25--   '  24           ..          48  25           ..         49  26  20           ..          52  27  27           ..         55  34  28           ..          59  34  Rainfall for Aveek .04 inches  Snowfall 1.3.  AT  THE   MILL. ;  '.                    Maximum,..  Minimum  22     '���������".*..         73       '.,  v 38  2H        ���������'..         ������2     :.���������;,."  ���������32 '���������  ���������      24 N    .   v.         37  35  .25        ' .'.'         63  32  ' 20       -i,.         65..    -..  ������������������'���������'38*.  27           ,.-.-���������������������������    70  41  28          ..72  43  Slight rainfall.  than Avere, working tAvo months ago  Avhen wood had to be bur'nedin generating steam to phice out the water  shortage.  The laying off' of men at this  time, when in former years the force  Avas being increased, has no doubt had  much to do Avith the exaggerated reports of suspension that are current  oh theoutside; but the' most exasperating feature is the fact that even 'the  preliminary or preparatory work of  excavating and getting ready 'the :'hfii-������  terial for changes necessary, are not  under way, and that in all probability  the autumn'will" again be here and  find them in the same unprepared con?  dition to face the rigors of" another  winter, or to have works that might  at all be considered.worthy 'the mine.  From the amount of smoke visible  on the hillsides'it'is evident that a  good'many fires are burning. Whether  they are being kept in control Or not  is iiot knoAvn. It would be well for all  to remember that ive are iioav in the  season of the year when it is unlawful"  to set; out fires.  Emil F. Voigt and Mrs. Voigt came  doAvn from Voigt's Camp on Thursday  last and   took   stage   out   on   Friday  morning.    They expect to be  back  in  a i'eAV days.    The visit of Mr. Noble   to  the camp a few Avecksago Avas referred  to by Mr Voigt as an important cA-cnt  in the affairs of Copper Mountain.   Mr  Noble made a thorough   iiiA*estig.*ition  of the whole mountain, examining not  only the dcA-elopmeiit work  done  by  Mr. Voigt for himself   and associates,  but being taken by him to the   Sunset  and all other claims upon which' any  Avork has been done.    It is understood  that much depends   upon   the report  which Mr. Noble Avill make, as to Avhat  future operations will  be.   Should  it  be favorable as it is hoped, it will mean  that the time for Avorking on a larger  scale has come and, that   the   day of  small  things   is past.    Mr Voigt by  confining   his   operations   to   surface  work* in stripping the   formation and  cross-cutting.' the   out-croppings   has  'been able,.-with   a limited amount of  cash;   to   show   large Ixulies   of   ore  and  get   them   ready   for  sampling.  This was much better than to confine  all to a, single shaft, which no matter  how well it   might   turn   out''would  leave too much unproven.   HaAnng accomplished this much by way of showing* up. the-property there Avas no object in continuing surface Avork under  the   disadvantageous     cfrcunistaiices  that had to be contended with  Avhile  this-was being clone, and in all probability the next work will be the histal-  ation of plant to prosecute Avork on a  larger scale.  'cl THE HEDLEY   GAZETTE,    MAY    3,    1900.  Cbc Mey Gazette  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  ���������,*������������������.���������* mi Tiiiu-silavs, by the Hkih.KV Ga/.kttk  I'iCiNVINl* a:>1> Pt'lll.lSIIINC C'tlMI'AN'V,  Li.MiTKii.  atMedley. 11. I'.  Subscriptions in Advance  A"car.   82.00  1.(10  J-c:  Six  "Minitli?  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of unprovementctc.,  $7.00 for (W-day notices, and $.*5.(M) for 30-day  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, ������1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each subset-limit insertion. Over one inch,  10 cents per-line for first insertion ami ii  cants per lino for cacli subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in iitlvivuco.  Contract Advertisements���������One.inch per month,  $l.;!.r, over 1 inch iintl up to J'inches, $1.00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  'ta-kiii); larger space than  four inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length'  " of time.   ���������,.     . '-'.'.  Advertisements will bo changed once every  month if advertiser desires,  without any extra  charge. For changes oftenor than once a month  the   price of composition  will'be charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the office by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A   MEGRAVV,  Managing Editor.  First quar.  3rd.  Full Moon  10th.  m.io  MAY  Last quar.  17th.  New Moon  24th.  1900  Sim. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Pri. Sat.  0  7  13  11  20  21  27  28  15  ���������32  29  2  :-i  ���������I  5  9  10  11  12  10  17  18  19  ���������T8  21  25  20  m.  81  r .  THE OLD JOHNNY BULL FETICH  The blindness of many excellent people who 'positively will  not see is wonderful to  behold,  ��������� and would be amusing if it were  not for the impatience that invincible stupidity always arouses  The Gazette was reading the  other day in a  trade journal���������  the good  old  Inland  Printer���������  the notes from its, London correspondent dealing  Avith   matters of interest to  the  printing  trade  in  the  united   kingdom.  Speaking of the recent British  elections nnd the stimulus given  thereby to tlie printing trade,  the correspondent   refers incidentally to the fact that in  the  -new parliament some  seventy-  five members  of   the printing  and allied trades  had  Avon   the  coveted honor and privilege  of  Avriting M. P. after their names.  This he regards as-a sure  sign  that  "protection  had  received  its quietus," because these ' seAr-  enty-fiA7e would '"take good care  that American   manufacturers  should be allowed to  hold and  increase the trade  which  they  haAre already established in Gt.  Britain."   There is a sample  of  the trade doctrine of Liberalism  and too many old fogy conservatives in England.   It was also  the doctrine of,Liberals in Canada until the  Conservatives in  this country taught them  better.  A feAv paragraphs farther on  in his notes this correspondent  dips into a grievance that British printers have against American copyright laws and hostile  tariffs���������a grievance that apparently the London printer was  only beginning to find' out after  the Edinburgh printers had put  themselves on record concerning it. This correspondent in  speaking of the manifesto of the  Edinburgh printers, says:  "There is a general condition of discontent and unrest in the trade, and,  as one authority puts it, when it is  considered that there must be something like $1,200,000 of .wages paid in  the year in the printing trade of  Edinburgh, this trade can hardly be  considered "a small matter." What  the printers complain of is that liooks  are set up in America and the plates  are sent to this country. To give a  specific example of how this affects  the tr;ule : Only the other day a printing office in Edinburgh, after having  estimated for a book, the composition  of which came to between $1,250 and  $1,500, had to post the Avork to America, Avhere it is new being set, This  represents a loss of the Avork of fifteen  compositors for twelve Aveeks, to which  extent the men haye lost. The effect  of this arrangement is that when a  British author wishes to secure the  sale of his book in America he has it  set up and produced in that country,  and has copies or stereotyped plates  sent over to this country free of duty.  Whenever such a proceeding takes  place, the British printer, -who' lives  under the same laws that haA'e given  the British author the privilege of  'copyright in this country, loses the  manufacture of a piece of A\*ork Avhich,  previous to the American act, would  have come to him.    What hkmkdy is  TO llli KIH'UKSTKD  FOR TUIS STATIC OF  affairs no one knows, and certainly  the Edinburgh malcontents cannot'influence the* legislators of a foreign  country to pass acts for their pecuniary  benefit, anil so they must keep on  grumbling or else reconcile themselves  to the situation and be thankful that  Avhat is their hiss is their American  brethren's gaii^."  Hoav the Yankee typesetters  Avho read this in the I. P.  must  smile.    " What remedy is to  be  suggested for this state of things,  no one knows," Avails this cockney. . No,' evidently, he,   at all  events, doesn't know ; and  yet  only a few paragraphs  before  he had the remedy at the point  of his pen and didn't recognize  it Avhen he bragged  about  the  quietus Avhich the  seventy-five  printer chaps  were  to give  to  anything resembling protection  which might come up.   During  the late  British  elections   the  Edinburgh'men. endeavored to  make candidates  pledge them-  selves to amend the huv so as to  permit no copyright to be granted for books circulated in Great  Britain unless the book is set tip  and printed in Britain.   One of  the candidates thus   asked to  pledge themselAres Avas the  son  of Lord Roseberry, and he answered that " it Avas a mere question of protection  and beiug a  free trader he could have no  sympathy Ayith such a proposition."    With such blind faith in  a stupid fetich  on  the .part of  men who aspire to be leaders of  public opinion although it  has  time and again, as in  the present instance, been  argued  out  to the',' reduetio ad  absurduni'  it is seen how hard the task that  Chamberlain   has   set himself.  Poor old..Johnny Bull; the only hope for him is that he is too  green to burn.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements'.  COPPER PL.VI'K mineral claim, situate in  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  Whore located :   In Camp Hedley  TAKE NOTICK that I, Ainsley Mcgraw,  Free Miner's Certificate No B7H221." agent  for Sydney M. Johnston. F.roo Miner's Certificate No Hill 108, intend sixty days from  tho date hereof, to apply to thu Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 'A", must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of March, A. D.   1!)(K������.  11���������il  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  FAIRY QUEEN, SOMERSET, CA'STLK  FRACTION. NORFOLK FRACTION,  TOWER FRACTION. STAG FRACTION, VICTOR FRACTION, and 1-LKD  TOP mineral claims, situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of A'alc District. Where  located:   Camp Hedley.  TAICE NOTICE that I John Gladden, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B7II07I, acting for,  myself and as agent for Jaines N. Paton, Free  Minors Ccrlicate No J5!)ii>'if>, ,'F. AAr. Gladden,  Free Miners Cirtsflcato No R7U07:-}. ]"). -Woods  Free Miner's Certificate No. U79021. W. K.  Hodges, Free Miner's Certificate, No. '1002.  F. M. Elkins. Free Miner's Certillcato WBSolSO  Clinton A. S. Atwood Free Miner's Certificate  No.'138(3111, .intend sixty 'Says from the date  hereof to apply to-the Milling* ��������� Recorder for  Certilicates of Improvements for the purpose  of obtaining. Crown Grunts of tho above  Claims.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be'commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of  Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March, 190H.'     .*  10-!)  BANK Of  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  Capital���������$4,866,666.  HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA,  H. STJKEMAN, General Manager  Reserve���������$2,141,333.  MONTREAL  J. ICLMSLA', Supt. of Branches  of  BANKING BY MAIL-Accounta  snoeial attention  thereto and Avithdrawn at any ..imc;    A Ocncral Hanking  acted.   Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  liartics  living at a distance  receive our  Deposits can be made through the mail, and sums added  Hedley Branch,   ���������'-     L. Q. HacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  soeoseoooebseocoosooosie^^  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  <  CAMP REST and ALICE mineral claims situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  A'alc District. Where located : In Camp  Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Ainsley Mcgnuv,  agent for George H. Cahill, free miner's  certificate No. B79014, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above claims. ���������   * "  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before issuance  of such Certillcato of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of April, liKKi 14-9  \  ���������  'E have just received a fine line of  NeAV Spring Suits that lire extra  special value. These suits are in handsome dark grey AA-orsteds, with invisible  checks; fancy Scotch -tweeds, blue and  black serges, and cut and tailored in the  styles you see. on the best dressed men.  We haA'e thein in both double and  single breasted .styles.    ,'.,������������������������������������  Men's tAvo-piece suits, in light greys  and greenish -'brown with an invisible  stripe,- unlined and gotten up especially  for hot Aveather.  See our new line of Imported Silk, Pique  and Washing Ties.  t  NOTICE.  MRS.  G. B.  LYON  ~���������     !>K.\1.EK IN       FANCY DRY GOODS  and  BOOTS and SHOES.  NOTICE.  N(  OTIGE is hereby given that sixty days  from date I intend to apply to the Hon.  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and AA'orks  for permission to purchase the following described land situated west, of Dog Lake: Commencing at a post at the northeast corner of A;  B. Laurence's pre-emption No. 3894, running  thence north along shore of Dog LakcSO chains  thence Avest 40 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thence east to point of commencement.  MARGARET MAY RITCHIE  Per .IAS. RITCHIE, Agent  . Dated at Suininerland this  14-9 9th day of April, 1900  SIXTA* DAA'S from date lintend to apply to  -the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  AVorks for permission to purchase 100 acres of  land in the Osoyoos Division of A'ale District,  described as follows: Commencing at the  S E. corner pf the west. A of east 1 of section 21,  township 8;'v'-being pre-emption No. 2254, running thence,40 chains cast; thence 40 chains  north ; thence 40 chains west: thece 40 ehains  south to point of commencement.  'CMsnphikliu^-y^M^t..  Gents' Furnishers.  HEDLEY,   B. C.  Okanagan  ANDREW HAMILTON  Falls.March 31, 190fi. 12-9  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  For Sale.  DY AUCTION, at Olalla, June 23rd, a sorrel  ���������*-' mare branded G T on the front ishoulder;  weighs about 1100 or 1200 lbs. For particulars  apply to  15-8 W.AV. HARVEY, Olalla  County Court Sittings  Sittings of the County Court will be held as  follows;  At Hedley, on Monday May 14th at 11 a. in.  At Princeton, Thursday May 17th at 11 a. m  By Order,  HUGH HUNTER.  "TRIANGLE" FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim  situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  A'alc District. Where located : Camp Hedley.     -....  TAKE XOTICK that I. F. AY. Groves, acting  as agent for The Yale Mining Company,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B790S3, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  AND FURTHER take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this loth day of January 1900.  8-9 ' F. AV. GROVES  NOTICE  Kl-td  Registrar  NOTICE.  XJ W. YATES intends to apply to the Lie-  **��������� eiiee Commissioners for the Nicola Licence District, for permission to transfer his  hotel licence to A. McDermott and F. McAr-  thur, for the Commercial Hotel at Hedley*  Dated lit Hedley this 20th day of April 1900  15-4 H. AV.  YATES  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  STEMSET and GUNSITE mineral claims, situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  A'alc District Avhere located: Camp Fair-  view.  TAKE NOTICE that, I.Richard II. Parkinson as agent for The New Fairviow Corporation, Limited, Free Miner's Ccrtillcatc No.  1179115. intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates ofliiiprovoinents, for tho purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 5th day of March. 1IXXI.  8-9 RICHARD H. PARKINSON  FIRST-CLASS IN  EVERY   RESPECT  SIMILKAMEEN  We have  received t.he largest, and best, assorted  stock  of Liquors  that,  has  ever  come  into  t������he  Similkameen  NOTICE.  OIXTY DAA'S AFTER   DATE,   I intend  to  *JI   apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and AVorks for permission to purchase 1G0 acres  of land in the Similkameen Division of A'alc  District situated as follows:   Commencingata  postmarked "M. K" and running in a zigzag  northerly direction on the west line ������f lot WJ  for 40 chains  thence   west 40  chains,   thence  south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains.  D. Gillespie,  per AValteb Gim.espie,  15���������9 agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that, sixty days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  ourablc The Chief Commissioner of Lands and  AVorks for. permission to purchase the folloAv-  ing described land, situate on the east Side of  Okanagan Lake, li. (.'. Commencing at a post  set at the northeast corner of the southwest 1  of section 15, Township 28. running South 20  chains, thence AVestXO chains, thence North 20  chains*, thence East 80 chains to point of commencement.  ELIZA MAIR  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.  McDermott (Sb McArthur  Proprietors  Dated. March 1st, 190K.  8-9  NOTICE  SIXTA' DAA'S AFTER DATE, I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioners of Lands  and Works to purchase 160 acres of land described as follows : Beginning at a post marked  G. M. A.'s southwest corner, thence running  40 chains east, thence 40 chains north, thence 40  chains west, thence 40 chains south to point of  commencement and covering the southeast j of  the southeast i of section 25 township 52 and  the northwest i of the N. AV. 1 of sec 29 township 54.  Keremeos, March 31st. 1906  15-9 G. M. ALLISON  NOTICE.  When in Keremeos  ,, STOP AT  The Central Hotel!  TWEDDLE m, RE1TH, Proprietors.  'M'OTICFj is hereby given that sixty days after  ** date, I intend to apply to the Hon. The  Chief Commissioner of Lands and AVorks for  permission to purchase the S. K. < of the S. K. 1  of Section 24, Tp. 54 and the S. Av. J of Section  19 and the north I of the S. K. J of See. 19 and  the H. AV. J of the S. E. 1 of Section 19 in Tp. 50  JOSIAH GRAHAM  Dated March 8, 1908. 10-9  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I intend to  apply to the Chief Comniissioner of Lands  and AVorks for permission to purchase 180 acres  of land described as follows-: ��������� Beginning at a  post marked M. Daly's northwest eornor, thence  running 40 chains south, 40 chains cast, 40  chains north, 40 chains west to point of commencement and being south/west 1 of section 29  township 54. ���������..  Keremeos, B. C. .April 21st, 1900.  16-9 M. DALY  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  ��������� ��������� ���������  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  NOTICE  SIXTY  a  DAYS AFTER DATE I intend to  ,���������-. to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and AVorks to purchase the following described  lands situate in the Similkameen Division of  Yale district and described as follows : Starting at a postmarked .T. P. G's N. E. corner set  at the N. AV. corner of Lot 2167. thenco south 20  chains,* thence west 20 chains, thence north 20  chains, 'thence cast 20 chains to point of commencement nnd containing 40 acres more or  less.  Keremeos, April 19th, 1906. ��������� '*'.'"  16-9 J. V. GORDON  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend to I  apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands I  and AVorks for permission to purchase 160 acres j  of land described as follows:   Beginning at a  post marked T. Daly's southeast corner, thenco  north 40 chains, Avest 40 chains, south 40 chains '  east 40 chains to point of' commencement and  being southwest i of southeast I- of section 25,  and southeast 1 of southwest J  of section  2o  township 62.    .  Keremeos, B. <?,. April 21st, 'OS.  16-9".���������'������������������';" T. DALY.     I'cr E. M. DALY, Agent THE . HEDLEY . GAZETTE, . MAY   8,   1006.  ',!  Town and District.  Thos. Bradshaw has resumed -.work  ' "������������������ on his claims in TAveiity Mile Canyon.  Messrs Lamb and Myles returned on  ��������� Tuesdav cotninp' in from Penticton  by  private rig.  The Maple Leaf  Club   will   give a  v dance in Fraternity   Hull   on  Friday  May 4th.  ;'. ��������� The local   lodge A. O. F.    attended  ���������''church on   Sunday   evening Avhen  a  .���������'J sermon   Avas   preached   by     Rev.  L.  ���������Thomas. ������������������  >  ���������\-    John Love is moving his -drugstore  across the street into Dr Whillans' neAV  ..building.   Mr.   Way   will   move  the  telephone.  There has been an epidemic of colds  .'nnd la, grippe during  the. past Aveek  ��������� and no A'isible cause to account for it,  ��������� -as the. Aveather has been all that could  -���������' be desired.  F. G. White Avho has been in charge  ' , of the Daly Reduction Go's store at the  mine for tAvo years Avas  added  to  the  ��������� .list of dismissals on   Mr.   Lamb's   re  turn.  The decision of the Minister of Railways on the approval or othei-Avise, of  the V-. V. & E. plans at Hedley,  had  .- not been learned at time of going to  press.  Mr. W. J. Henderson has purchased  the Otter Flat Hotel from John Lundy  and intends to put up iioav buildings,  ���������and otherwise improve the premises.  He Avill take possession on August 1st.  The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.  Forbes A\'ere relieved to learn of their  safety and interested in the experience  Avhich they had, as described in the  Green Mountain notes   of  this   issue.  Rev. Ernest. R. Bartlett, M. A. the  neAV Anglican rector appointed to the  ' charge of St. Mary's parish, Hedley,  ' *expects to arrive on Saturday and will  ) hold service on Sunday evening in  ���������    Fraternity hall.  - ��������� Miss Roberts will leave on Monday  for Vancouver after a visit of several  months with relatives in Hedley and  ' Princeton. While in Hedlev* she was  the guest of her nephew, Dr. Whillans  ���������and when in Princeton she stayed  Avith her niece Mrs. J. M. Wright.  The Indians have fixed up the fence  hetAveen the town and Pinto's flats  ���������and made a good stout fix of it too.  The result is that sundry bovines and  nags look very longingly over the  fence, but) cannot enter therein.  The HedleAr Lumber Co. are 'looking  up a gang of river drivers and expect  to get their drive started early this  year so as to take adA'antage of the  liigher Avater. In the new quarters  . Avhich Avill enable, them to get then-  logs out of mid stream they can handle logs on the river at a much higher  -stage of Avater,        ,  Rev. A. H. Cameron Avho is in  ���������charge of the Presbyterian mission at  FairvieAV and Keremeos, and has  taken up his residence at the latter  place, Avas in Hedley on Friday last.  Mr. Cameron spent several years on  the mission fields in Manitoba and the  territories .and last year was at MidAvay Avhere he did good Avork and Avon  the appreciation and respect of the  people there.  A baseball match is being arranged  for Sunda>r betAveen the first nine of  the Hedley Baseball Club and a. scratch  team from the toAvn. This game will  give good practice, and if the toAvnies  ���������should happen to doAvn them Avon't  there be fun rubbing it in. The team  have sent off for their uniforms, which  should arrive in about another Aveek.  Attention is draAvn to the ad. of  D. E. Gellatly & Sons in this issue.  Those in Hedley and FairvieAV Avho  ���������obtained stock from him last year-  speak of the excellent quality of the  stock, the promptness Avith Avhich  ���������orders Avere filled and the excellent  condition in Avhich stock arrived, as  the result of careful, skilful packing of  all shipments.  Manuel Bareello of Keremeos Avas a  visitor to the town last Aveek. Mr.  .Bareello is one of the old-timers in the  Similkameen, his connection Avith the  valley dating back to Hudson Bay  days. Although three years past the  three score years and ten, which Mark  Twain calls the "scriptural statute of  limitations," he is still in the best of  health, and but for the unfortunate accident to his knee cap a year ago,  which has put him on crutches, he  would be as vigorous as ever. Mr.  Bareello still retains his fine property  ���������at Keremeos, although he sold his  second ranch three miles down the val-  ley to W. H. Armstrong about year  ago.  Strawberry Plants  Our trade in Strawberry plants has grown so  large that we have decided to make a specialty  of this branch. AV.e npw have largeacrcagc and  strong, healthy, well rooted'plants and can furnish them in any quantity. The .strawberry,  plants we are now selling must not classed with  tlioso oii'crcrt. and sold by fruit-growers who simply let strawberry runners take root .between  tho rows after tho picking season is over arid in  tho fall tlig regardless of sine or (��������� utility. Plants  grown in our carefully prepared beds are superior, will come into bearing earlier and aviII  produce finer and better fruit and more of it. ,  Clyde V   Per Don      Por 100      Per 1000  Gloimuiry      ;���������  Mngoon        / 25c ������1.00 $8.00  Raspberries  CUTHBERT���������The leading market variety.  Per Dose., IJ1.50    Per 100, ������3.00    Per1000. ������20.00  Vegetable Plants  AVc grow large quantities of vegetable plants  and can supply all of the varieties listed bolow,  in tlicir.propcr season in most any quantity. We  have made arrangements this year so that avc  can supply all vegetable plants in two grades-  plants direct from the seed beds and those that  have been transplanted into shallow boxes.  TRANSPLANTED PLANTS arc much  stronger and better rooted, and are well worth  the price especially in the early part of the  season. AVe can supply most of the leading  sorts. Let us have your order early and we  will ship them later or as requested.  No plants sent C. O. D. Write for prices in  large quantities.  Cabbage.               Per Box 100 1000  Early or late kinds transplanted  $'.20      $ .75      gfl.00  Not transplanted  ;   *   ��������� .50        4.00  Add 25c per 100 for cabbage plants by [mail  Cauliflower Per Don 100 1000  Early Snowball, transpl.    ������ .SO      S1.25      S8.00  Not transplanted      ���������        1.00        7.00  Ijdtc kinds, transplanted..    .30        1.00        7.00  Lute kinds, not transpl      ��������� .75        0.00  Add 25c per 100 for plants by mail  Celery                     Per Doz 100 1000  Leading kinds, transplanted ������ .25        ������.75       ������0.00  Not transplanted     ��������� .50        5.00  Add 25c per 100 for celery plants by mail,  Tomatoes Per Doz 100  Leading kinds.%transpl'd      S .30 ������ 1.00  Not transplanted     $ ��������� .75  Add 25c per 100 for tomato plants by mail  niscellaneous Plants.       All transplanted.  Per Doz 100 1000  Ccloriac'. -.$ .25 ������ .75 .^(.OO  Egjf Plant '..    .30 1.00 7.00  Pepper 30 1.00 7.00  Garden huckleberry plants' 30c per doz.   SAvect  Potatoes, yellow skin, 30c per do/..   Several  Thoroughbred Angora Goats tor snle,i������20. each.  Several pairs of AVhitc Rabbits at Si. a pair  No orders for plants accepted unless accompanied by cash  Bannen & smitn  j ��������� ���������-- i ' ��������� '���������"'*- r,  HaA'e taken over from Mr. Geo.  Sproule   the   Pioneer. Carriage  and Repair Shops, and arc pre- ���������  *      pared to do all kinds of     ,       -  ftors6SHo6inQ and  General Blacksmittiing  on shortest' notice.     Long  experience .and  up-to-date  appliances  ensure satisfaction.  Opposite Great Northern Hotel.  RATES MODERATE and  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  ipooooooooooooooaooooooooooooooocoooeoooooocccoo  ccoo  HOTEL I  HEDLEY  I  a?  I  D. ������. Gellatly & Sons,  GELLATLY, B. C.  S  i  ft?  *���������:  I  a?  *  Under   New  Management  THE BEST PROA'IDED  IN KITCHEN AND BAR  AND EVERY CARE  TAKEN FOR THE COMFORT OF P A T R O N S.  GIBBON   and  Mcdonald  Proprietors  iMt������i������(awa������^i������������������iiM������*H>i������l������mi^������������im>UU(  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  * # x *��������� x  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  ..."���������'        ,...': '.'���������'���������'���������': ���������.-','.'.' (_  .  Will probably want  a nice up-to-date  Straw Hat  or Negligee Top  Shirt  For the coming hot weather..  5hatfords, Limited  Have 'Em.  All the latest styles, colors  and shapes. Call and look  them over before the best  choices  are   picked   out.  Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied Avith the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, nnd Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  Try  m.vv\\\VV>������>n3k.  ���������>  a?  a?  S  I  if  t  ���������r  a?  j    i*e i e.K.aur-4 srus. &. LIND  v  The Great  Northern  A NKAA* HOUSE CONTAINING MORE RED  ROOM ACCOMMODATION T H A N A N V  OTHER IN TOAVN.  T A Ji L E A N D H A H  FIRST- C L A 8 S.  RATES     MODERATE.  Vkftoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  Shatfords,  Limited  Hedley  and   Falrview,  B. C.  >SOSOOO&OQeiOQOOOS!  PETERSON BROS. &.  Proprietors  MARRIED.  Aixkn���������Fitt In Hotel Penticton, Penticton,,  B. O. on April 25th, by the Rev. B. H. Balder-  son, Richard Lewis Allen of Green Mountain,  B. C. tp Hannah Fitt, of Winnipeg, Man.  ..Hedley Meat Market...  iVU/il<U/U>il<iliri>/U(^WU<i'<i^it*>ViiiU/Ui'  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  OPENED THE BUTCHER  SHOP ON WEBSTER ST.,  WITH A SUPPLY OP  CHOICE MEATS OF ALL  KINDS���������BEEF, MUTTON  AND PORK :: POULTRY  FOR THE HOLIDAY  SEASON        ::        ::        ::  l^ifl^^^^^i-nfl^jfn/nifl/n^i'nfl'/***  REVELY'S  STABLE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market. .  Your wants for LiA'cry or Team  AA'ork will be attended to  by calling Phone lli.  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  The V. V. & E. Raihvay Station Avill be in the  centre of the toAvn.  Noav is the time to get your lots, before the first  train comes up the valley. ���������  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around toAvn site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,   Just afeAV  left.   Noav is the time to double your money.  For Full Particulars Apply1 to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  .). J. Armstrong, Manager ���������  To*wn Lots  $IOO,   $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  Tins  PENTICTON LUMBER SYNDICATE  HaA*c on hand a large stock of  FINISHED LUMBER  AM, KINDS  H. H. JVlessengfer  M. McADLEV . -      Local riaiMgcr  DIMENSION LUMBER  Ur TO 30 FEET  FENCE POSTS, DRY CORDWOOD  &��������� 60'S  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������ALSO���������  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Good Horses aiid Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  I  I  \  8  O  8  ������  .  WHEN   ANSWERING   ADVERTISEB������>.   MENTION   THE    GAZETTE THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,    MAY    3,   1900.  GREEN MOUNTAIN  Word-has  been  received  at Green  .Mountain by,-Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Clark  that .Mi-, and Mrs. W. .J. Forbes Avere.  safe, although they came 'through the  ..terrible experience of the earthquake.  They arrived iii San Francisco tin the  17th, just in time to see tlie city in its  old-time beauty and grandeur. That  night or rather early next morning  they were aroused and had to (lee for  their lives. They took their baggage  and walked to the high grounds sev-'  eral miles back, as there was great  fear of another shock. There they  saw thousands avIio could do nothing  but Avatcb their homes in flames.  Fortunately for Mr. and Mrs. Forbes,  they managed to get aboard a, steamer  as quickly as possible and there they  were safe, but could not get a-Ava-y for  a few days until the craft could procure;'coal and Avater to proceed to  Vancouver. They expect to be home  this Aveek. ' .  .  The Great Interior.  Grand Forks had a. $5000 fire, in' the  Yale hotel.  Vernon merchants take Wednesday  '��������� n.ftemoon as a half-holiday.  Vernon  and Armstrong  tied   i  game,of lacrosse last Aveek.  The B. C. Copper Company's smelter  at GreeiiAVOod Avill be closed for tAvo  liionth's to permit of installing other  furnaces. The fall, in. tonnage in consequence of this avill hoAveA'er be more  than'made up, bv the larger plant before the year is out. .  The C. P. R. and Great Northern  systems are being connected at Denoro  to enable shipment of ore from the  Idaho claim at Phoenix to the Dominion Copper Go's smelter at Boundary  Falls.  The Armstrong Advance says: We  are informed that a man by tlie name  of White, from Penticton, being taken  to the insane asA'lum, gave the officer  in charge the slip and jumped from  the lavatory AvindoAV of the steamer  Aberdeen betAveen KeloAvna and the  Landing. Being heavily shackled, he  sank never to rise again.  The AVest Kootenay Power and  Light Co. is making extensive, improvements in the Boundary by extending its lines and building substations.  Raihvay naA-vies have been slaughtering grouse, out of season on Anarchist Mountain. The officers at Molson  gathered in a number of offenders,  most of 'whom-������aVere foreigners.  Mrs. J. A. Mara, Avife of J. A. Mara,  formerly member for Yale-Cariboo in  the. Dominion Parliament, died in Victoria last week. Mrs, Mara Avas a  daughter, of the late Francis J. and  Mrs. Barnard, and sister of F. S. Barnard and ex-Mayor G. H. Barnard of  Victoria, who are at present travelling  abroad. She was born in Toronto in  1S5S, and came to British Columbia  during the Cariboo excitement. She  AA'as married on January loth, 18S2.  For several years she and her husband  resided in Kaiuloops; but Avent to Victoria six or seven years ago, and haA'e  resided there ever since.  A Rossland despatch announces that  tlie old quarrel betAveen Judge Fo'rin  of the county court and J. A. Mac-  donald, loader of the opposition of  the legislature, is not yet healed.'  Judge Forin, at the last session,  held Mr. Macdonald to be in contempt, and as Mr. Macdonald had not  purged himself of that conteiijpt, the  judge refused to hear him in another  ease. Mr. Macdonald held that the  '���������contempt" only applied to the case in  which lie was then pleading and not  !.i.l hal in which he Avas then attempting to plead. Judge Forin held that  the contempt applied to men and not  to cases. The leader of the opposition  had decidedly the Avorst of the encounter.  The Boundary mines have had many  Avealthy A'isitors this spring, millionaires' private pullmans being a common sight in the Great Northern yards  at Phoenix. , . ,     .   .   .  The Keiowna saw mill was destroyed  by fire last Aveek. The loss is estimated at $11,000, and insurance $4J500.  J. W. Cascadden, a timberman, was  killed in the Brooklyn mine at Phoenix  last Aveek.      ......  PROPERTY  A .Good.,' Safe  HE  Investment  Hedley  is the supply point for the Nickel Plate mountain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"-���������the richest gold mine in  Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects.   It is the mining and business  centre of the  Similkameen  the neAV mining district which has already been proven, by a  small amount of-development Avork, to be one of tlie richest.  -��������� -     -    ' o  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Raihvay; and Avith the advent .of this road,  which is assured in the near 'future, it Avill unquestionably  become a large,and important, city, and toAvn 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.  .... 1 tUviVlo....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  OW.  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway/-to  For Full Particulars, Maps Etc.,  ������������������������������������������������������'   ���������/\F������F*I_*\'.   TO���������' "'"���������'���������.''  The Hedley City Townsite Co'y, Ltd.  L. W. SHATFORD, _ = HPHI   PV     R   C,  Secretary and ilanager, IIL'iyL'LrI'    LJ. W.  TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY  Mails and Stacks in the Simii.kamken.  Hedley and Penticton Route.  AVclby's Stage, carrying mail and passenger---,  IcaA'cs .Penticton for Medley at 7 a.in. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving in  Hedley at fi.30 o'clock same days.  Returning, leaves Hedley for Penticton at  7, a.m. on Mondays, AVctlncsdays and Fridays.  Connecting each way at Keremeos Avith  Royer's line for lioundiiry points.  Hedley and Princeton. Route.  Rcvcly's Stage loaves Medley for Princeton  at 7 num. on'Wednesdays and Saturdays.   ,  Returning on Thursdays and Sundays.  Only the AA'edncsday and Thursday stages  carry mail.  To make good bread you  must have good flour. If  you Avant the best bread  you  must use  the  best  flour.  On Matters That Interest Ycu  Fell Among Thieves.  A blind man made a little stake selling court plaster in Phoenix. He Avent  doAvn to Grand Forks and got robbed  of his pile in a hotel in that toAvn. The  amount of the swag taken from him  Avas $400.  ft ft. WRIGHT  BOOT &  SHOE  MAKER  ���������rlEDI-E-V", B. C  Your local paper is a necessity  to you, financially and socially.  But a NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCULATION, containing the latest news of the world,  is equally necessary to you. The  "tip to date man" will provide  himself with these two essential  fD?vtures of progress.  In THE TWICE - A - WEEK  SPOKESMAN - REVIEW, Spokane, Wash., will be found the  very latest news of the world, its  matter including information on  politics, commerce, agriculture,  mining, literature, as well as the  local happenings in the states of  Montana, Oregon, Idaho, Washington and the province of British  Columbia. In addition, its colli v.:-s for women; its popular  science articles, its short and,continued stories, its' ��������� 'Answers to  Correspondents" and "Puzzle  Problems" combine to form a  home newspaper that at $1.00 per  year can nowhere be excelled.  ITS  ADVKHTISING   A'AI.UK.  Perhaps you have somcthins to sell���������a  farm, a team, farm machinery. You may  wish to buy aomethlnir. The best possible  way to communicate with people who wish  to .buy. or sell Is by Inserting a small advertisement   In' The  3poke-������mkh-"fteview.  '���������'armors, stockmen, lumbermen and miners .{ake the TAVICE-A-AVEEK.  If'you wish to reach business men and  newromcrs. uho the DAILY or SUNDAY  SI'OKESMAN-ItEVIEW.  THE   TAVICE-A-WEEK   RATES   ARE  Ten   cents  per   line   each  insertion.   Count  six   words   to. a. lino'.,      ..  THE DAILY AND SUNDAY HATE FOR  CONSECUTIVE INSERTIONS.  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   B.C.  9k ���������'���������''���������-       .   -   . ^'  X  %  ������������������������  %  X  X  .*  X  .  X  x-  X  I  Household  IS THE FINEST FLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  :FOR sale by:  SfiflTFORDS, LIMITED  tledleij and Falrvlew  Cawston 8 Edmond  i  i  f  TUTAVING   taken  the   management  of   this Avell   knoAA'n  ,      house Ave Avish to' announce to the public  that it will  be entirely renovated and remodelled Avith new and modern  improvements. Special attention Avill be paid.the dining room.  The bar Avill be stocked Avith the very best liquors and cigars.  McDermott ������������ McArthur, Proprietors  X  i  I  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, ITanager.  First Class  in Every Respect.     Commercial and Minin  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Stai>e  Line.  g  KEREMEOS,  B. C.  18 Words hi  tlmo     30c  mes '   4,'ic  times ..........   GOc  1 time       -10c  2 times       (iOe  3 times       SOc  THE    SUNDAY    ALONE  Ten   cents  per   line   each   insertion.   Count  six   words   to   a   lino.  ADDRESS  TIIK   Sl'OKESMAN-lJEVIBW,  Spokane, AVnsh.   Write your adv.. plainly, enclosing amount  In stamps or money order for number of.  Insertions desired, and state -whether you  wish adv. inserted in Dally, Sunday or  T*-������-e-a-AVeak.  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresn Meats  Fisn  V6Q6taDl6S  ^ AND ^  Fruit.  -     l   .;  Cut Rates on Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.  'j  <  J.  0  I.  2  0  %  PI  >  HEDLEY,  B.C.  PENTI6  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.

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