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 fk  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. I.  i\To. 17.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1905.  $2.00, in Advance.  .���������  Church Services.  In the Methodist Church, on Sunday Kicning  of each week, at 7:110 p. m.  Strangers Cordially Uivitcd.  key: c. e. docksteadrr.  AI IMPORTANT INVENTION  rt-1  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  solicitor, con vevanceh,  notary public;, etc.  Vernon, B. C  Ihscayley,  A Resident of the Similkameen Likely to  Take Uncle Sam's Reward��������� j. McA.  Young's Rail-Chair in the Swim.  THE WAR ON SEA AND LAND  FLEETS     OF      ROJESTVENSKY  AND THE OTHER FELLOW  NOT  YET  JOINED.  ACCIDENT AT VOIGT'S CAMP.  C. JE. Shaw, C. E., Injured in Runaway.  W  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR,  Hedley, B. C.  GEO. E.  WINKLER,  Pentictoh, B.C.  Real  Estate and Mining Broker.  V" Correspondence Solicited from Those Having  i  > Property to Sell.  |j__ __ ; . .   QflflRLES fVE. SflAW,  . Civit. Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial.  Land Surveyor.  Orders maij be left at Gazette office.  [I  | ttEDLEY,  B. G.  DEWDNEY k SPRINGETT  Metropolitan Block, VICTORIA  Real   Estate,   Mining ������fe  Financial Brokers  Special Attention given to Similkameen Valley  and Keremeos Properties.  Owners of ALLISON Townsite Properties.  NICKEL   PLATE  Barber Shop  BATHS  Alex. F. McDonald  A. MEG RAW  Notary F*Lifc>Hc  Conveyancer, Real Estate, Mines, Insurance, Crown Grants applied  for under Land Act and  Mineral     Act.  Some time ago the United States  government are said to have offered a  reward of $50,000 to anyone inventing  a rail-chair which will stop the clanking and jar caused - by the car wheels  going over the points between the  rails fastened- by the old-time fishplates. The wear on the ends of the  rails occasion great-loss in addition to  damage caused by the jar.  John McAdam Young, of Keremeos,  has invented a device which; he has  patented in Canada, United States,  England, France, Germany, Italy and  other foreign countries that have any  considerable mileage of railways.  The  invention  in itself,  as shown  from the drawings appended to the  letters patent, indicate a very simple  contrivance that it is a wonder some  one did not stumble on to it long before. , The chair consists of a casting  into which the ends of the rails are  inserted, a portion of the casting running alongside the rail the same height  as the rail and bridging the space between the ends, ample provision being  made tor supporting the bridge casting  with a tongue or wedge and allowing  for contraction and expansion of the  the rails.    Without cuts of the 'drawings it would be difficult to describe in  detail the arrangement soas to make  it thoroughly intelligible to the reader.  Thus far also it is said that the invention of Mr. Young leads all others  that have yet been submitted  to the  U. S. patent office, and as the reward  was limited to., a year, which is now  nearly gone, the inventor stands a very  good chance.of capturing the bun,  to  say nothing of the shekels  to  be got  from the sale of, the invention itself or  royalties on its manufacture.  A contrivance to effect somewhat  the same purpose had been patented  and in use in Prance, but Mr. Young's  patent was much superior in design  and he had no difficulty in obtaining  the patent in that country.  Curious to relate, all the foreign patents were secured without any trouble  but in both England and the United  States it was a different story���������delays  and red tape confronting the applicant  at every turn. Evidently Dickens'  Tite Barnacles of the Circumlocution  Office, and Mark Twain's Beef Contract were not powerful enough as  satires to work the reforms that are  needed in the patent offices and other  public institutions of these countries.  Kamimura   Sparring   to   Cut   off  the  Reinforcing    Squadron.  St. Petershiu-g, May G.���������Admiral  NelHigatcriFs junction with Vice-Admiral Rojestveiisky is now, considered  by the Admiralty as practically assured, and hope for a successful issue  in the approaching struggle for mastery of the sea is greatly encouraged  thereby.  If Vice-Admiral Kamimura fails to  prevent a junction of the Russian  fleets, as the Admiralty here believes  lie has done, or will do, the impression  is stroug.that Vice-Admiral Togo will  content himself with torpedo attacks.  .Naval.-officers .'..are prepared to see  Admiral Rojestvensky , lose half his  convoy, hut, in face of the united divisions, it is believed that Admiral Togo will accomplish little or nothing iii  the way of opposition to the advance  on Vladivostok, and that he must be  content, with the aid of the army, to  try and invest by land and sea and  make Vladivostok.  ANOTHER PORT ARTHUR.  If the fleet reaches Vladivostok intact however, naval officers here claim  that the victory is won. Although  there are little more than 100,000 tons  of coal at Vladivostok, with the reinforcements of the fleet by the Grom-  boi, Rossia and Bogatyr, and the torpedo-boats and sub-marines now in  the harbor then?, they claim that Rojestvensky could drive Togo off the  sea and leave Field-Marshal Oyama's  army stranded in Manchuria.  Simultaneously with the increasing  tension over the approach of Vsea,��������� battle, comes news that Field-Marshal  Oyama is pressing the Russian   right  On Tuesday morning as C. JE. Shaw  was getting into his rig at Voigt's  Camp, a wild, partly-broken horse  plunged madly and ran away, throwing Mr. Shaw out and injuring him  badly. Mr. Voigt immediately sent  for medical aid, which, in the absence  of Dr. Sehon fi-pin Princeton; was not  to be obtained nearer than Hedley. On  receipt of the news here. Dr. McEwen  and Dr. Schon, wlio was in Hedley at  the time, started for Voigt's Camp and  at time of going to press had not returned. Mr. Voigt, who was seen by  the Gazette, was of opinion that the  injuries were very serious.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND REPRESENTED  Ven.   Archdeacon   Pentreath   Organizes  a Parish in Hedley.���������Clergyman to  be Placed Here for Parishes of  Hedley and Princeton.  Midway & Vernon.  There seems to be a little revival of  interest in the Midway and Vernon  railway project at the present time,  but these revivals have been recurring  with a degree of regularity in the past  seven years that has caused little heed  to be paid to them now.   The holders  of the charter have at times been workingat cross purposes and thus opportunities for making arrangements by  which the building of the. road might  have been an accomplished fact have  been lost.  The project would certainly,  he a splendid thing for Vernon and the  West Fork of Kettle River;   but until  the promoters get over their iteming  for j unketings across  the ocean and  make up their minds to do business  with   those   nearer home,  and do it  quick instead of waiting until the last  hour of each extension of time there  will be little hope of accomplishing  anything.    The turning down  of the  New York proposition in the fall of  1902, which offered the best grounds  Veil. Archdeacon   Pentreath spent  several days in town  last week and  organized a Church of England parish  in connection with the Diocese of New  Westminster.   Dr. McEwen was elected   clergyman's   warden,   Mr.  A.  H.  Brown people's warden,  and Messrs.  Gladden and Walter Smith sidesmen.  The name selected for the parish and  church  (when built)   was  St.  Mary.  Steps will be taken to secure a building  site, and erect a church in  the near  future.  The Bishop will probably offer  the parishes of Hedley. and Princeton  to the Rev. A. E. Brown, M. A.,  late  Vicar of Weald. Kent, Eng.    He is an  unmarried man, of considerable experience, and is at present in England, but  desires to undertake work in B.C.  The-  ladies have also organized as St. Mary's  Ladies'  Guild,   with   Mrs.  Whillans,  president;   Mrs.  Schubert,  treasurer,  and Miss Stitt, secretary.   The Archdeacon was very favorably impressed  with the prospects of Hedley as a town,  and expressed himself as well pleased  with the result of his visit.    He left on  Monday for Vancouver.  S; S. Convention.  along the Liao river,  north of  Fako-  man, as if he is   beginning a  engagement.  for belief that the road would have  been built, was a mistake of which the  promoters may have reason to repent  in sack-cloth and ashes.  general  BASEBALL   MATCH.  Hedley Does Up Jim Hill.  PENTICTON NOTES.  T. C. Revely left on Tuesday's stage  for points in the upper Similkameen.  Jas. Davidson has moved his wife  and family here and will become a permanent resident.  Agent for:  The Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada,  London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.,  The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co.  Hedley,  B.C.  ft ft WRIGHT  Boot and SHoe Maker  A Well-Merited Promotion.  11 Mrs. G. B. Lyon  Mi  its  m  \H  \l>  \b  \i>  \l/  vb  ������</  \t/  vl/  \to  vt/  it)  &  \ii  Hi  \l)  ito  if)  \l)  j^fefefe&S-*&S-:S-:������feS-:���������������-:S-:������-:S-:S-:e;������-:fe&^K  GOODS  DR\7  FANCY GOODS  BOOTS & SHOES  Millinery in Latest. Styles ������  ���������AUKXTS !���������*! 111 -  MASON (������b RISCH Pianos.  H333&&S  H&DL&Y,   -   -   B.6.  *������333333333333333333:-33  33**  .Malta Meat Market..  FRESfl AND CURED MEATS  Wholesale mid Kctnil.  R. J.  WYNNE,  Manager  The Gazette last week in pure goodness of heart and innocence  of Anglican nomenclature, promoted the archdeacon of tlie diocese to the  ecclesiastical dignity of an  archbishop.    This  reminds the Gazette of a certain bank  junior back east who also came, of dissenting stock and  was unaware of the  way that the bishops have  of taking  for   their surname  the  name  of  the  diocese.    This bank junior,   whom   we  will call,"Hilly" because that was  his  name, was moved to a. branch  of the  bank situated in  the territories,  and i  when a cheque signed John Athabasca  was presented for payment, be informed the bearer of it that no Indian chief  of that name had any account there.  Now the Gazette's error \\ as a  little  simpler.    We knew that in Anglicanism the man who bosses a   diocese  is  mostly called a bishop and  is sometimes called an  archdeacon.    The  intention in this case  had been   to  call  him bishop.   That left an "arch" lying  around   loose,   and   somehow    it   got  tacked   on   where   it   didn't   belong.  Things like  that do  happen  in   well-  regulated printing offices  you   know.  But to those who art;  brought  up on  the -decalogue and  the shorter catechism and whose church polity rarely  runs up against  anything more awe-  inspiring than   a "meenister"  or an  elder,   the   curates   and   vicars,   and  deans and   canons,  and archdeacons  and bishops are apt to  produce a  bewilderment so great that he can scarcely tell the. difference  between a prebendary and an artichoke.  The game of baseball between Hedley  and the Great Northern surveyors resulted in Hedley's favor by a score of  7 to 4. It was the first game. of. the  season and the players had not been  able to get in very much practice. The.  diamond also was far from being in  good shape, and there was always a  glorious uncertainty for the fielders as  to the direction to be taken by any  ball that struck the ground.  Only   seven   innings   were  played.  The  Hedley  battery  were  Mott and  Kelzer, except during the last two innings, when Messenger twirled for the  homers.    For the Railroaders, Thomas  and Hanley were  the  battery.    Mott  sprained his ankle early in  the  game  but pulled himself together and pitched  tidy ball for five innings; and with the  exception of the first innings, when all  the home players were in the; incipient  stages of a blue funk of stage  fright,  Kelzer did his duty behind the bat.   Tt  was in this hVst innings that the Gt.  Northern men obtained all their runs.  Messenger may be said to have come  in for the lion's share of honors for an  all-round steady effective game. Bragg  headed the Hedley score with  three  runs to his credit, which demonstrates  his ability to  find  the  ball,  although  the   credit   of scoring the run must  sometimes be shared up  with  a good  sure batter following.  The game was umpired by E. D.  Boeing to the complete satisfaction of  both teams, his decisions being at all  times eminently rair, and given  promptly.  Following is the score :  Gt. Northkrn.  Dill 1st..  McQueen 2nd.  ..Srd..  .8. S..  .0. V.  The Southern Okanagan Land  Co.  Hedley.  .Messenger   Allen  ... .Nelson   Bragg  are currently reported    to have purchased the old Penticton townsite.  W. J. Twiss, provincial manager for  the Mutual Life. Assurrnce Co. purchased a ten acre lot near here, a few  days ago, while in looking up business  fos his company.  G. S. Mohr has severed his connection with J. A. Schubert and has gone  into partnership with Geo. E. Winkler  in the real estate and mining brokerage business.  The Bank of Commerce opened- a  branch here a few doys ago in the rear  of J. A. Schubert's store, and several  wealthy Pentictonites hastened to deposit their surplus dollars. The bank  will shortly be moved to an office in  the Gartrell block on Ellis St. which  is rapidly being made ready.  W. J. Clement editor of the Kelowua  Clarion is getting out a special edition  for distribution at the New Westminster fair. The issue will be devoted en-  th-ely to advertising the natural w-  sources of the Southern Okanagan and  will be illustrated with suitable cuts.  The town of Penticton with its beautiful surroundings will receive particular-attention. The Clarion is to be congratulated on its enterprise in arranging to bring this favored section  to the notice of settlers in the effective  manner it has planned.  The first union Sunday school teachers' convention'of the Okanagan Valley,  met in Vernon on April 20th and 21st.  Representatives fi-om Methodist and  Presbyterian sabbath schools from  Tappen Siding to Hedley, numbering  over twenty, were in attendance. A  widespread interest in Sabbath schools  and Sabbath school teaching was evident, and the thoughtful papers followed by earnest discussion promise a  deepening of the interest in this important work. Many suggestions made  are to lie. worked out during the eoining  year and reported upon at the next-  meeting of the convention, which is to  be. held at Vernon next year about the  Easter season. The Hedley delegate,  Mrs. E. E. Hard wick, read a paper on  "The. Teachers' Study Class."  The following officers were elected  for the ensuing year: Rev. 11. W.  Ciaw, B. A., chairman: C. F. Pound,  vice-chairman; J. A. McGregor, secretary-treasurer; committee, Rev. J. H. ���������  Wright, A.P. McKenzie, J. C. Robson,  Miss E.'M. Bell, C. F. Pound, together  with superintendents of all schools  sending delegates.  For The V. V. & E. Bill.  No Vice In Hedley.  ..Lynch  Snoiigrass  Thomas H  Bolten   Wilson L. F Bowerman  Baker R. F French  Hanley C KeV/er  Thomas F P Mott  The score���������  Gt. Northern, 4, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,-4.  Hedley, 2, 0, 3, 0, I), 1, 1,-7.  A vei'y good joke went over the  phone between the Nickel Plate mine  and the office on Monday, when the  following conversation took place :  Mine���������Send us up a vise.  Office���������A what?  Mine���������A vise.  Office���������A what ?  Mine���������A vise, v-i-e-e, vise.  Office���������We haven't any down  You have it all up there.    If it  v-i-s-e you want you can have it.  Mine���������Oh, all right.  The Board of Trade as well as private  parties left no stone unturned to help  in the fight-at Ottawa for the V. V. ������fc  E. bill. The resolution of the Board  of Trade passed ou May 1st was telegraphed to Duncan Ross, M.P., by the  Board and other matter that was believed to have an effect in promoting  the passing of the measure was also  telegraphed, the; expense of same being borne from a little fund contributed locally. In all about .$2."> was spent  here in telegraphing to Ottawa on the  subject.  That the light on the bill was a stiff  one was evident from the fact that  Duncan Ross,M. P., wired the secretary  of the Board to send authority to  Clive Pringle to represent them there.  Olive Pringle, well-known in the  Boundary where he practised law in  Greenwood as a member of the firm of  Pringle A: Whitesides, is a good talker  and thoroughly conversant with the  situation out here: and his assistance  to the representative for Yale-Cariboo  would come in at a most opportune  time. The Board at once wired the  requisite authoiity to him at Ottawa.  here,  is   a  "Peck" in Bloomers.  D. Smith, of Smith it M.cRae, returned this week from a. trip to the  Similkameen. He saw .')'. Peck Mc-  Swain at Hedley. Peck has taken to  bloomers, white collars and cuffs, and  other vagaries in dress only in vogue  among the "best" people.���������Greenwood  Times. THK HEDLKY GAZ.KTTE.  MAY'  II, 1905.  f* *.  z ftedlej  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  The x.tntc oi! the province's finances compelled the abandonment:  NOTICE.  oTad  public. WOl-k.S shortlyafter ; TCjbTICIC is hereby Riven that,':*! clays, after'  .,       -",      . ��������� i ���������    ji ���������    ii'    '-.(.'>.;i     i;. '       ��������� date. I intend to make application to the1  the election and in -thelM.se Week, tniief fiiiiiiiiis.siuiici-t.r- Landsand Works for in  .,.,        , ,    ,,     ., ,.      ,. ...   ,    , -iO<v> i    . ���������,i '  ���������'! spetMal licence to cut aiid carry aAvuy timber  ���������oici on I hurrays, !���������;.- foe lli-.ni.Ki  (.a/i.iii. '{)|- October,   V.klo. WOl'lv cea.sOOl. Oil .Vrom the followia^lcscribod lands;-situated in ,  ! ujvnxii ani. I'l-ia.isiii-vi.'    ti.rfi-A.sv.       ��������� ,��������� ^       ; the Similkameen District:   (a) foiaiiiciiciti^ut  l.iMiri-l).   in- Medley,   !.. (. (.!,,������ We.st i< OVK l*OtV(.l. ���������    1 he   next   a ;)(wt-planted on the. cast shore of Otter lake.  | BANK OF  I BRITISH NORTH A  Subscription:, in Advance  I'.- Yr.-ir..' ..       .S-'.ou  six :\icinili-        :   I'.r;;  ��������� *  Advertising Ratua  Me;-.<:ilvli!c:i*.. 12 lilies to I lie inch.  Translwr.J Advfrti.^nictiiJ    am   < xi-ei-dint; on  ,, .       ......about one half mile,  im.-lli  of Ihe outlet, and  Spring     the      government :   Were; merkiM.I-Ja'lii^WallVsotirh.wcsleoi-iier: thence  , :.        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'!''<)V    a.'..luiiatof co.iuiucnceuietifc.  ^T.iiiiiorli'Mla;.  notice-:. iaid :?a.i:(i lot-.-Ill-day ;   *   ���������' ���������i'i."J'{ml     '��������� r       ''    Dated Jluyiitli, IwV,.  ooiice--. lycMi- at least, bad it not beeiitor , ..,...  Cimtract A.dvvrtlr.'.'.iT-.'nts   line inch pcr.inonth. j j .1       .,wn]'.i., cf-.nul f-ikon <bv   file ���������  SI.'.'.".: over I inch and up to I inches. Sl.mi \ ������'������>tJ IOSOIIUC SW,1KI UlKt-ibW)  .Liu, ; .   li-riucli pcr.iiioath. To ctai.slaal. advertisvl'S : ,.,>,.,.,i,.,Mi-!-.i t-i ,"i -fv-ii- rtimilk-ii Vliepn   >  ���������.diintr llu-iw space than/ four inches, i,���������    K!|ll������hOlll,HI\t   LOl  Ol nillKaHlceil, ,  A General Banking; Business Transacted.  New York,. San Francisco and all Points in-  S SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  h    Medley Branch,       -       Q. H. WINTER  .1 A^IIvS WATT.  pel  ;inu' lawa- spat -    -.-.--,    --  ���������!!fS&K *" ������? ^ee ���������fS ! who    inriistod    that . the-;i-oml  of rime.  NOTICE.  should   be   completed   without!  >. , 1 ' 1'  i-TSJUTICK Isherehy n-iceii that���������:������������ days from  Ailcerlisements "ill he ehai);reil imeo uvery j   ,    ,   ..,       iir,u,i.   ���������..,,.    ,.,,.,.,, ,,,,.1    :,, . iN    this tlate, I intend to apply to the  Honor-!  month if advertiser de������hcs,   witaoiil; tiny extra   ClCWl%������ .      VN.OIK    Was    ICMIillUf    "l ; nblo  the   (.'hief  (/ouiaii.-.-:oner  of  Lands and |  t-har-'i'c. ."'ori-iian.ncsol'tener thiui oneea. month j , . ,(,���������i ���������    ,.. ,.,.,,���������!    ���������,���������������������������  llie   prii:c e:' composition   will  he clmrtved at j lVlay,   ibU-!-.    JllUl. .Lite    i O-.U.l    C OI..- ��������� L.on! oll tho r0n���������wi���������B. ,!e.<1..;-1i>ed Uuitl, situated  lo^ai-iv rates. i     1.....'.'. .i  .... t'\ ���������.:  ���������,..:<-!. i!iUU42 .,:-'��������� flwi ! on the east sido of tlie Similkameen   river, tip-  ���������  Works at V'ietoria, for a lieeneo to prospect for  ������������������     a.:,,,*.sro:M.o���������tmetml^^^  U, in U,c oihec U, noon on Tucstlay to secure   $7,000   still    tuicxpeiided.       Th.S | Ift^; U.^tmuh^hahU "i^n^o e^t 80  altt-atioa ...r Mi.'.s.f, ucc,<-, issue. ^    l,.,,l    i-VnV ��������� chains: thence north .SO claims to  place of be-  A -/viegraw, |year Mr. bliatb^tl has ha(.   this ij,.],,,,!,,^ L.(,ntaiuin-i;iuacres.  I unexiiended poi.-tion re-voted.  iTlms $70(K) Ava������ made to tlo more  work 011 tlie' West Fork under  R. F. Green tliart $25,000 did under W. 0. Wei Is, and the representative for   Similkameen.   has! ]\JOTICI': is licre'.,.. ������;ven that TO days f:  , .      ,,      \      .   this tlate,-.1 intend to apply to the  Ho  New Moon  Itli.  ���������U-C|iiai-.  I-Jth.  fdanasr'iifr Editor.  Kull Moon  ISth.  Last qiiar.  iltli.  1005 PKJA-V . 1005  Sun. inon. lues. Wed. Tlui, Fri. Sat.  J  LI  21  2S  1  S  15  22  29  0  1(5  10  17  ���������>.l  II  .12  1!)  2(5  0  W  20  HO  HI  Diitetltheaith day oi April. 1<H)5.  KM 11, I-'.-VOIOT, Loeatov.  17-fi-' KJtKD.WAMI'OI.K Aeent,  NOTICE.  THE WEST FORK ROAD.  The completion of the -wtt^on  road on the West Fork of Kettle  river in. the summer of 1904 afforded evidence to the people in  that valley of the bona fides of  the present administration at  'Victoria, in carrying- out what  they promised: and it is also indeed pleasing to note that the  people on their part are showing  mm  .       , ������...~ -v.. .. i..���������w.... u..   ....   .......   ..onov-  DT'OVen     to    tile   people   Oil    the 1 able  the   Chief  Commissioner  of Lands and  1 ���������������������������'���������..        ,      .    i      ! Works at Victoria for a licence to prospect, for  West  Fork;    llO.t ...Only, that    lie | coal on the ftillowin,^ described land,  situated  on tlie east sido of tlie Similkameen river, opposite Aslmola: Commencing at a. post marked  Fred Wain pole's X. \\". corner; thence east SI)  eljains; tlienee south 8(1 chains; thence west SO  chains; thence north SO chains to place of he-  Hinniny, containiiitffilO acres.  Dated the 2.5th day of April, lilO.i.  17-a l/KlCl) W.UU'OLK, Locator.  will stay by his pledges, but that  all parts of his riding shall receive fair play.  Wholesale aurecl Re.-  General    '"-JYL&t  The Autonomy bill, passed its  second reading in the House last  week. It was for the most part  a regular party line-up, alt. ho ugh  Conservative representatives of  Quebec constituencies were compelled to support..the Government's invasion of provincial  riu-bts. British Columbia's solid  seven went solid for the measure that robs tlie two new provinces of the right to deal with  the whole school question, a  right winch is theirs by the  British North America Act. Apparently nothing short of the  obstruction tactics, which prevented passing the remedial bill  in 1S9(), will save the provinces  of Athabasca and Alberta from j  NOTICE.  SKA MCI") PKOI'OSALS   will bo received until  May HOth. ISM)*, for 1000 cords of wood to  he delivered tit the mill or on ,the banks of the  Sihiilkaiueen   river.   Medley,   on   or    before  November 1st. lilDa.  Kor particulars address  THK DALY KICDL'tTION CO., Ltd.,  lo-l Medley. D. C.  NOTICE.  "VrOTlOK IS UKllKBY GIVKX that sixty  A'.. days after date 1 intend to apply to the  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  to purchase SS) acres of mountain land, situate  about two-aml-one-half miles northwest of  Voigt's camp.  ('omniunciiitfat a post marked .). T. .lames'  northeast corner; thence south 10 chains: thence  west SO chains; thence north 10 chains; thence  east <S0 chains to point of beginning.  Dated April 1st. 1SJ0.").  15-i) .1. T. .IAM1CS.  Groceries  Hardwa  Dry Goods  Flour 'ai  Gents' Furnishings  Sash ar.  Boots and Shoes  Lumber  JL-r ILtl        M- ��������������� v V- ���������  Etc., El  Stores-HEDLEY cinci  F������J  Hotel Kere  GEO. KIRBY, nanag  NOTICE.  their good faith by demonstrating to tlie government that they h^ing separate schools forced  meant what they  were  saying  Certificate of improvements.  First  Class  in  Every  Eespect.      Com  Headquarters of the Keremeos and  meen Valleys.    Post House or  ton-Princeton Sta^e L  KEREMEOS,     =  when they asked for a road to  enable them to haul out their  ore, for they have taken hold in  goo.d earnest to develop their  properties, and already a .considerable quantity of high grade  ore has been taken out.  -cure the present Corumis-  sio'd'or of Lauds and Works took  charge el' the department, about  $37,000 or more had been expended, oi: which about $25,-  000 had been made away  with on the portion north of  Westbridge and not nearly half  the work had been done. This  was the 'record made by W. C.  Wells as Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and Works. With the  defeat of the Prior government  in 1003, Mr. Melh'ido became  premier, and a vote of $7,000  was made to complete the wagon ro,-id. This they did before I  they reali'/ed the desperate con-j  dilion oFl he provincial finances, j     The  Vancouver   Province,   in  Dissolution followed immediate- j S.ltui.ii;iy-S    jss!U%    indulges   in  ' '  '   ^'iK',-ll('!,'r(ioil('llslK!<1|s(>nieni<)regrotes(1uegeographv  or 100:;. by which the ; (m |hc (Jl>oafc Nm.then>   railway  Upon them by   Mr. Latin er   and | ICMWAUD VI [mineral claim, situate in Oi-oen-  , . . j        wood   niininy:  division   of    Vale   -district.  Ins Quebec following.         ......  McLean Bros were refused a  subsidy at Ottawa, for their  Coast-Kootena y rai I way project,  but were granted two years extension with five years tc complete. Residents of this district  will have no fault to find with  that arrangement, for it is within the possibilities, although not  probable, that this charter might  come handy someday; and when  it is costing nothing to keep it  alive, let it live. In case the  Great Northern, for instance,  should decide not to build from  Midway, but should build their  road, from some other point that  might not suit   British   Colunt-  Whero   located:     On   Douylas  mountain,  about, one mile from Camp Alclvinney.  TAKK XOTICIC. that wc, Henry .1. Hoiuann.  ���������*��������� free miner's certificate No. SOIaO, ami  Ocorg'e M. Hennott, free miner's certificate No.  li41JS'.)7. intend. (10 days from tlate hereof to apply  to the niiaing recorder for a certificate of improvements for tlie purpose of obtaining a  crown want of the above elaini.  And farther take notice that action, under  section ,'i", must be commenced before tlie issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 15th day of April, 1S0S. 15-S  NOTICE.  pJOTICIC is hereby g'iven that sixty days after  *^* tlate T intend to apply to the Hon. t^hief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase KK) acres of land in the Osoyoos  District, and more particularly described as  follows: Commencing at a post in Section i(i,  Tp., .% running thence north 1(1 chains: thence  west 40 chains; thence south 4(1 chains; thence  east I" chains to point of commencement.  KI'IW. HCLLOCIC-WICBSTKK.  Vernon. I!. C March 20th. lildl. 1-2-8  offefs  FLOUR  Is made through the mo  selection of hard wheat  attention to detail in milliu  <3&������C30eOO  "eed -  uors.  Shingles  :ton.  OS  and  Mining  Similka-  ���������ton- ������������������-  . C.  1  1  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS C!-i.t Ltd.  VERNON and ENDERBY, B.C.  I ~  ou.KvmT.rr3fsivmMnaB^ -*-ufl;  NOTICE.  NoTICK is herebyfjiveil thntsixtytlays front  tlate I intend to apply to the Chief Coni-  biailS SO Well, then a direel   road   missionerof Landsand   Works for permission  . to purchase the IoIIowiiik described  land :  to   Midway    might    become    ad-   Commcncine;ut:,i( .post on the "'est side of the  " Indian lleserve,   marked  K. .AI. Dalys south-  visal)le. aild the    charter    W'Ollld    east corner and  following   the  reserve lino  10.  I chains north,   thence leaving the reserve  hue ,  be there to bllild Oil. and  running- '20 chains west.   Ill chains south, |  ���������2(1 chains cast to point of eoiniiieneeincnt and;  ly. and a  in the l:'a  M(db-ide ,.  t.ir.uMl.    The West fAirk  lay in | UllowiuK t]u. inspiration, will be  the   Similkameen    riding,   and  containing; So acres more, or  less.  K. M.  DALY  I2-S  government   wtsre   )*e-  W'e  i invasion,  but  Keremeos. Ii. C. March Illst.  NOTICK. ;  )(!       province, I TJOTICIC is hereby tfiven that, lib days n fieri  ...        *"    date.  1 intend to apply to the   lion.  Chief i  (I)  J  2  Mr,  \V. Sliatl'ord as the  gov  ernment candidate, when visiting that portion and seeing for  himself the condition of affairs.  slow about getting alarmed.  NOTICE.  AMKS WALLACK. of the I'rinccton   Ifofel,  Thomas  Mryant.  Dated at I'rinccton. May llfh. I!l().">.  17-ii -IAS.  \\'ALL.\C  NOTICE.  J  at r'rinceton. intends to apply to the Licence  .  .        ,     , .,      ,���������,.,!       /-, ; Coiiuiiissiiaiers for the Nicola District for per-  gave lllS pleiige tliat if  flit) bOV-    mission to transfer his hotel licence  to  Albert  eminent \\ere returned and he  were elected Ik; would see that  the road was completed. This  was the only pledge involving a  single dollar of expenditure of  public money "which Mv. Sliat-  ford gave during the campaign,  and the people of the West Fork  are the judges to-day of how  thoroughly lie litis redeemed it.  ippi.  ('onimissioncr of Lands Ji \\ orks for permission  to purchase .'-120 acres of land lyinw soiilh west of  and ad.ioinint; M. A. Voigt's hind.   Lot H.ATSI,  in ;  I the Osoyoos  Division of S'nlc  District:    Com-I  I menciiiK'ata postmarked Athol Krast-r's south- j  I east corner, thence north III chains to the south :  : boundary of  Lot  S.fiT'.l,  thence  westHII eliuins, i  thence south III chains, thence east .SO chains to ,  point of commencement. I  Dated at, Voigt's Camp. April 1st. 100.5. |  13-8 ATHOL KliASKK.     i  NOTICK is hereby given that, (10 days after  date, I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Landsand Works to purchase  Kid acres of mountain land, situated on Wolf  Creek: Heginniiif; at a post on the west side of  Wolf creek, and adjoining W.J). Young's preemption, thence west 10 chains; thence south  10 chains; thence east 40 chains: thence north  40 chains to place of beginning.  Dated Voigt's Camp, May (itli, A.I). 1005.  17-f) .101 IN W. COOK.  NOTICE.  NOTICK is hereby given that,sixty daysafter  date, 1 intend to apply to the lion, the  Chief Commissioner of Landsand Works for  permission to purchase ISO acres of land in the  Osoyoos Division of Yale District, and more  particularly described as follows : Commencing  at the south-east corner of Lot .'i, lli.S, (J. II. Cabin's purchase on 18-Mile Creek, running thence  west W.I chains to the Indian reservation; tlienee  south (10 chains; thence east SO chains; tlienee  north (10 chains to point of commencement.  A. D. AVOltGAN,  per O. IT. Caiiim,, Agent.  Ilcdley. 15. C, 5th ApriV 1005. 11-8  Cawston 8 Edmond  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  resli Meats  fish  VogetaDles  AND  Fruit  "   F  s  ������  HEDLEY,  B. C.  AVE MAKE  ������ne if  nly  ���������IF  AND  STAN!) THE  s������  Never   Known to  IRail,  We do not. make  Thin Wall Safes.  i vf ^< :THE HEDLJEY GAZETTE, MAY U,   1905.  H  I  | w ���������  It  i  fe  Towift and  AVhen, oh when are we to have, that  third mail per week? y  ������������������������������������>_  : . Hf.'.T. A. Schuhort went to  Penticton on Friday.  Hedley Lumber Go. "re getting  'or tht-ti- cii-i\������'.  A large.force of   Mien   went   up 01V  Sunday to begin work on the Snn.set  on Copper Mountain.  Fred M. Wells can le in on Tuesday  night's stage/   It is said that an early  D. Morrison, wife and child and H.  A. Turner and wife of Greenwood  drove in from Ohesaw on Monday.  The provincial travelling library  that has been  in  Hedley during .the  resumption of work on   the  Kingston j past six months with the 20th Century  The  readv  group may be looked for.  ,, i   ir   .1     ���������. i ii another is. expected  al  Several   Medlevitos were sulipoened   :-���������;       ;    ;   ,     .,  ,, . . .. .     ...    ���������  at ���������  <     or so to take its place.  tins week as witnesses in   tlie    Voigt- .  '  j Club was shipped hack last  week and  in  a week  ���������'..".Tlu'i'e stages''jrer week to .Penticton 'Barnes ease to come up at  Kamloops  and only two  mails.     Surely   we're a i the early part of next week,  tong suffering people, j    Geo. E. Winkler, of I^mticton,   was  v What has happened to the Uoundary ' in town on Tuesday night mid went  telephone extension and also connec- j on to Princeton yesterday, where his  tion up lite: K-ike V' ' .'  . ! firm, Winkler A:��������� Mohr, will likely open  Work will. hi ion   be  (.���������oinuioiiced on  1 an office.  converting Sproule.'s blu.eksiiiith 'sltop ! , Chas.   H.  Wolff,   of Spokane,   who  and hall into a hotel, for Petej/son Bros, j spent a few weeks here, last fall looking  over, properties, was i.n town on Sun-  flay,and went' on to Princeton. He  purposes returning in a few days.  :Mrs. Allison of Princeton and. her  daughter'spent a Jew days'in 'town  this week visiting Mrs. Dr.���������"';: WhilJans  and other irieu'ds. .        >,  .Rev. C. E. Docksteader and Mrs.  Docksteader went to Keremeos on  Saturday? where Mr. Dackstc-ader.held  service Sunday. .   ���������   '  \.D. G. HackiVoy is going out to, his  mining, properties on Sterling creek,  to, do assessments and. endeavor to  show up the property. ,,-   ���������  Mr. C.- Packard,  an old  typo,  who  formerly   published   the   Snohomish  Eye, came  in  last week, to  take  the  position of hook:keeper.f6r the Hedley j  Lumber Go.  Work   was    resumed    on /Monday  morning for completion of the  water-,  works.    The portion now receiving attention  is that along Haynes street  Avest of Scott Ave.  Dr. Solum,- of Princeton, who went  over to the Boundary last week to remove his family to Princeton,  arrived  Gieo. Sproule is building a new blacksmith shop on the south side of Haynes  St., immediately east of Gawston .&  Edmond's'hutcher shop.'.1' It is a, frame  building 25 x-1.0, two storeys. .  . AV.-G. Tanner,, a mining man, of  Seattle, came in on Sunday. Mr. Tanner is likely to spend a' short.'time in  the district. He went to Princeton on  Sunday,  .;.:. ���������".-'   ���������'-���������  Mr. F. Hainmersley, formerly city  solicitor'-.-it Vancouver;, was in Hedley  on Friday. He only made a- short stay  and-went on to Princeton to catch the  stage for Spence's Bridge.  H. S. Cayley, barrister and solicitor,  of Grand Forks, came, i n.oil ,Tuesday's  stage, accompanied by his wife and  child. Mr. Cayley will hang up his  shingle here and expound the law for  Hedley ifces.  H. H. Morris, of the Canadian Bank  Campholl Sweeney, of Vancouver,  G. A*. Henderson of Vernon and L.-B.  deVeber, of Nelson, all representing  the Bank of.Montreal came in yesterday. They intended to make a trip  through the Nicola after leaving here.  Dr.. Ii. Mathison, dentist, of Greenwood wlio has had a- large dental practice in that town and in Phoenix for  the past six years is now at the. hotel  Similkameen. He does not expect to  be able to remain' in Hedley more than'  two weeks.  A public meeting of the citizens \>f  Hedley will be held in Sproule's hall  on.. Wednesday the 17th inst. at S p. in.  to complete hospital organization.  Everybody who is interested in the  organisation of a hospital in the Si-  lnilkaineen.should be there. -A. "  . Mr.���������Einil������������������ Voigt/ who went out to  the coast a couple of weeks ago, returned on Saturday, making the. drive  ���������from Penticton to Copper Mountain  in one day���������a distance of a little over  80 miles. Mr. L. C. Barnes of Penticton handled the ribbons, which'is in  itself an explanation of the feat, for  an old driver can be counted on to get  oyer the distance with tile-.'minimum  'amount of fatigue to the horses. There  were relays at Clark's; Keremeos and:  \Ihidley. ,'-'..',-'���������  W. J. Twiss, representing the Mutual Life of Canada, came in last week  and spent a couple of days, ^during  HOTEL S.  Al  HEOt-EY, B.C.  his wife, daughter and son.  It was on March 2pth that .T.E.G o-  heil, of the Public Works Department,  and Mayor Stevens, of Kamloops, visited Hedley and told us that a telephone exchange was to be puffin here  forthwith.  .._...-... -...  .   .,,   ,, m   ���������   i ���������    - ���������   ���������    ���������      ���������   ii      ot Conunerce. Vancouver, came in on  m Hedlevon Tuesday, accompanied by       -   ��������� , ��������� 11 ivliidi Hmc 1������. wmh. m.-i   H/K- Wn,,/.h  ,..._    tJ.     ., :..���������,,i.... .....i ~~~ Saturday s stage.   On Sunday he went   "������ucn runt, no wiote up a  tuiy   nuncli   ~" to   Princeton,1   returning   the   same   of insurance.    Twiss is 7i whirlwind oh  evening, and on Monday morning left  lifti insurance, and in addition: to> his  again for Penticton.  ,.Tas. Hunter, Rossland, and C. J.  Slawson, Spokane, came in on Monday  and went up to Princeton, returning  yesterday. With both "members "of  the firm of Hunter Bros, in the Similkameen at the same time it would  look as if this district was receiving  some attention from live businessmen.  When the extra, stage per .week  starts back to Penticton on Wednesday mornings and you can't send a,  letter out, how do you feel on the subject of Mr. Mulock's economies in the  post office department :J  George Sutton, late city marshal of  Republic* is visiting the valley this  week, and in all probability- will locate  in Hedley permanently. Mr. Sutton  was one of the earliest, men in the Republic camp.  Engineer Basse It's gang of Great  Northern surveyors reached Hedley on  Monday, and will go on locating west  of here. Their camp outfits left here  on Tuesday 'morning and it was expected that the camp would be made  a mile or two west of the sawmill.  If you feel like carrying life insurance, (and no man whose health is  good enough to enable him to secure  some should be without it) you can  neither better youi'self nor do as well  as to take it in the Mutual Life of Canada. Ask A. Megraw, the local agent  for rates and other information con-  Coin nan v.  cerning the  Mr. Chas. Gouvreau was over from  the Boundary last week and reports  improvement in times on the West  Fork where; claim owners encouraged  by the completion of the wwgon road  have been engaged on the development of their properties, and as a, re-  suit there has been a great (lea! of ore  shipped out. being teamed some 50  miles to   Midway.    It   takes   a     high  y-raih  camp to stand  that.  A. E. Muller, wlio had the misfortune last fall to smash his right hand  while running !i car in tlie Nickel Plate  vctiuiring amputation of (he fore linger and was put on light work attending the motor generator at tlie ore  bins, came down on Monday for the  first time for several months. The  motor generator is being moved so  thai C. .loyner, foreman of the tramway may attend to it in addition to  his work on the electric and at the  head of the gravity trams.  George Kinnogan came down from  Copper Mountain last week, where he  says there is every evidence of an extremely busy summer in prospect. Tlie  mining specialists from Diiluth and  Colorado, who went up with Underwood, Thomas and Keller of the B. C.  Copper Co., have been making a very'  thorough investigation of the nioun-,  tain. They remained in camp at the  Sunset for about two weeks, and a  little over a. week ago came down to  Voigt's Camp, where they are at present busy sampling and examining the  extensive system of open cuts by which  the ore bodies of Voigt's holdings have,  been so well shown up.  Col. Weir, who perhaps nore than  anyone else has the credit of discovering the possibilities of the Boundary  and induced New York capital to join  with hint in the. Mother Lode was in  town on Monday. He went up to Copper Mountain. In recognition of the  great service done in the Boundary,  southern B. C. has a kindly regard for  Col.  Weir.  Messrs A. G. Pemhertonof the Montreal and Boston Co., Boundary Falls,  anil W. T. Hunter of Hun ter-Kendrick  Co., Greenwood were in town on Monday. They intended going to Keremeos that afternoon and returning to  Hedley later in the week. It is to be  hoped that they will make a thorough  inspection of the properties around  Hedley before returning.  The Victoria Week objects to being  called a society paper. The Week is  much too'virile in tone to be mistaken  for one of-the. la de da, part your hair  in the middle, society order, even if it  has a little column for social happenings; Saturday Night might also he.  called a society paper; and yet there  are not many who relish the task of  locking horns with Don.  A former Hedleyite and property-  holder here, Mr. .1 elf rev, returned to  town last week. Mr. Jeffrey has been  working for some time on the invention of a. new current motor which is  designed to be placed in streams and  develop power to pump water up on  the benches for irrigation purposes.  Patents are applied for, and Mr. Jeffrey lias received assurance that these  will soon be issued to him.  The school trustees have been informed that funds will not be available  for building the new schoolhouse in  Hedley until after July 1st. But that  is no reason why the preliminary work  should not he attended to now. Contracts will have to be let and other  matters attended to that will consume  time. Now is the time to look after  these so that no delay will occur when  the funds are available. The same  should apply to the lock-up.  General Manager Stikeumn of the  Bank of B. N. A., whose headquarters  are at Montreal, has been payingB. C.  a visit. AVhen asked in Vancouver as  to the prospects of the branch opened  in Hedley, he replied that they were  satisfactory, adding that it was the  bank's intention to treat the town properly and he had no misgivings as to  the outcome. Mr. Stikeman was enthusiastic on the possibilities of the  province.  own exceedingly high voltage of persuasive energy, has the advantage of  representing a company ^vhich should  he in a position to and does lead them  all in doing- the best possible for its  policy-holders, inasmuch as there being  no stock-holder's air the profits igo to  policy-holders; and its economical  management puts it in the lead in the  matter of low expense to new business  secured and insurance carried.   '   '  The Leading Hotel bftHfe SlmlU'cameen Valley,  This House is New and First. Class in Every Respect,  Being'Equipped with all Modern Conveniences���������Electric  Lights Telephone, Baths, Etc. .-'.':..    :    .',':        :  ti  Live  ley  Feed  Most of people find it hard  enough  to bear their own sins without having  to answer   for the   shortcomings of  others.    Dr.  Mathison  at all    events  objects to being blamed for the lapses  of the whole tribe of Matheson. A few  years ago a man by   his   name   made  several   trips   through   this    country  practising dentistry.    He  claimed  to  hail from Vancouver, but the  doctor  has never   been   able to   locate   him.  The trouble is that  the   dentistry   of  this namesake wasn't of the kind that  would hang   together,   and   it   made  things a little disagreeable for the doctor at times, when   the   real  sinner's  offences   are   credited   to   him.    The'  Gazette once saw the phantom Matheson in McKinney. and can testify that  all Mathison  coons don't look  alike.  Dr. Ii. Mathison's reputation  through  the Boundary whore he has practiced  steadily for the past six years . is  that  of a thoroughly competent dentist.  Sa  HEDLi  t  Strici  Speei  the!  Team  Horst  W. I  /.able-:  ������      B.C.  V'  'i'-rii - Service.  ioii given to  i'uhlic.  kinds done.  and' Sold.  ietor.  OIEL  BDLEY  j  The  Leading  House  For  Commercial  Hen.   :   :   :  .Best; Only Provided for Table  and Bar.  W. J. Henderson, Prop.  hen in Keremeos  stop Sir"  At this Season a Good Spring  Medicine will assist Nature to  throw off "That Dead Feeling."  Look up that Old Family Keeipi  and let us get if ready for you !  'We   have   quite   a    variety    o  Simunc. Toxics already on hand.  iich as Ammonia, Sulphur, JO  hloride of Lime, Carbolic Pow- j ^  ������r, etc., etc., should he provided   k  Such  CI  dt  lor now  A Full Line of Flower and  Garden Seeds.  JOHN LOVE,  Druggist. <������*>  Stationer,  HEDLEY & FAIRVIEW  Hotel  CWEDDLE ������. REITH, Proprietors.  ���������nodation and Strict Attention to the  ; Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  Ttiis Illustration Sliows   |  o\a/    uur  prlng  Thev  L>ook and Fit.  are  correct"   in every  respect, and will   not   only  8  |  wear 50 per cent, longer g  8  than a cheap suit, but will  give you 50 times the  satisfaction on account  of the superior fit, greater comfort  appearance  If not the  on the marl  best value.  nakford & 60., Hedley  %&>G&S*SO������������QQCiSO&OOOOS'SOSOSO&S<S^^ THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1905.  The   Weight   Social.  "What heft are you?" was the burning question at the social given by the  Ladies' Sewing Circle at: tlie.Methodist  Church  on   Saturday night.    Tickets  were given to all in attendance,   there  being two tickets of each number, one  set given to  the   ladies,  the' other to  the 'gentlemen. A comparison of numbers determined wlio were to lie partners find   each  couple  were'-weighed!  The difference in weight being determined in   each  partnership, the  man  was required to put up in coin of the  realm at so much per lb,    Refresh-,  incuts,  consisting of ice cream, cake,  lemonade ������S:c were served.   The entertainment being on a mail uight, a good i  many who would Otherwise have been j  present were prevented.  A  Good,  HEDLEY  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  GENERAL.  Moll. James Sutherland, Minister of  the Interior, died last week at his  home in Woodstock.  The teamsters' strike in Chicago developed into serious rioting that 11,000  policemen could not hold in check.  Geo. Gooderham. one of Toronto's  wealthiest citizens died at his home  there on May 1st of acute bronchitis.  His death will effect the affairs of a  great many financial institutions most  prominent among which are the Bank  of Toronto and the War Eagle, and  Centre Star mines at Rossland. His  estate is placed at $20,000,000, find  Ontario will take about $7oO,000 of  succession tax.  Fairview's  Leading  Hotel   B Golden Gate  H. JONES, Proprietor.  Make  Money  Similkameen  the new mining district which has already l>een proven, by a  .small amount of development work, to be one of the richest  gold, eopper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway; and with the advent of this road,  which is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably  become a large and important city, and town lots will bring  big returns on money invested at the present time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....  ............. $400 to $600  Other Streets...   $260 to $400.  .... i dviridt..!  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  For Those Who  Invest Now  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway Comes  For F*ull Particulars, Maps Etc.,  This house was lately overhauled and enlarged, and  is  now  comfortable  and  convenient.  Charges moderate.  The Hedley City  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  TO ���������  y,  HEDLEY, B.C.  FAIRVIEW, B. C  Try.  VUftoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  F. RICHTER k 01.  General Store  KEREMEOS,     -        B. C  PENTICTON  Liven, Feed and stage  STABLES  =====   ESTABLISHED 1903 =======  Tine 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:-  IL  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  Mclennan, mcfeely & co��������� m  Vancouver, B. C  A Large and Entirely  New Stock of General   Merchandise  Just Opened.  Prices  Reasonable.  SIMILKAMEEN  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable  Single and Double  Drivers.  Saddle   and   Pack  Horses.  Wholesale and Retail  HARDWARE,  STOVES,  SPORTING GOODS.  Grand Union Hotel  HERRING & WINKLER, Props.  Choice   Liquors and . Cigars  always in stock.  Good Table and Comfortable  Rooms.  Careful attention to vuants of travelling  public and regular boarders*  The. GRAND UNION is the nearest to the works-of the Daly  Reduction Co., which makes it especially suited for regular boarders.  Alt, white help.  HEDLEY, B. C  Wood for Sale.  Give Us a Call!  Tlie Pioneer 6arriaoe  and  Repair Snop  HEDLEY,  B.C.  Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of Blacksmithing done.    :    :  GEO. ft. SPR0UL&,  Proprietor.  HOPKINS ������> McINNES, Proprietors, Hedley, B.C.  The  HEDLEY, B. C.  This hotel under new management has been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the market. The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  J. K. FRASER, Proprietor.  LIVERY, FEED 0 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  -AL.S0-  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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