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 Cbe IWectley Gazette  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. I.  No. 44.  HEDLEY,.B.C., THURSDAY, NOV. U$���������1905.  .$2.00, jn Advance.  Methodist Church.  Hkih.kv, IJ. C.  Sunday School at 3 o'clock,  ^veiling Service at 7:30 o'clock.  Kvwybody wcleoiac.  L. THOMAS, Pastor.  ���������JHARLES M. SHAW  - ���������   Civil Engineer,  Dominion*   and-  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  )rders may be left at Gazette office.  PREMIER IN THE  SIMILKAMEEN  Hon.  Richard. McBride and  Hon.   11.  F.   Green  ,  Visit.  Hedley.  IEDLEY,  B. C.  PUBLIC MEETING AM) MMJET  60RISTIN&, V- S.  Consulting  ���������   Veterinarian-  =OSO\'OOS. B.C.  Ldvicc and prescription by mail, .$1.00.  |R, H. ROGERS,  M.A., JJ.C.L.,  ' SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,'  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  The Party Came in From the Boundary  ���������Mr. Shatford, M.P.P., Accompanies Them���������Nickel Plate Mine and  Mill Inspected��������� Banqueted in Hotel  Similkameen  Vernon, B. C.  [Edw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B. C.  [Estimates Furnished on any Ei,ec-  [trical Project for Power or Light  JflS/GLflRK  Watchmaker  Clocks and Watdies for Sale.  Hfl. WRIGHT  Boot and SH06 Maker  Grand Union  "**-'   :  ':������������������'.'��������� ;  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER & GLADDEN  It has long, been the intention of  Similkaineen's representative, Mr. L.  W. Shatford, to have his constituency  visited by Premier McBride. and other  members of the Government, and this  week, the tryst has been fulfilled, for  tho Premier and Hon. R. F.' Green,  Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works, after an extended tour through  the Kootenays and Boundary, arrived  in Hedley.  They left Midway on Sunday, reaching Gillespie's, on Anarchist Mountain,  on Sunday night, and on Monday they  proceeded to Fairview where they wore  joined by Mr. Shatford, and after!  luncheon proceeded to Keremeos.  At .Keremeos a public; meeting was  held in the school-house, which was  presided over by Mr. A.C. Stoess. Addresses were, delivered by the Premier  and Messrs. Green and Shatford, to a.  well-filled house. A pleasing feature  of the Keremeos visit was th6 complimentary banquet given in their honor  at the Central Hotel by Mr. Reith, after which they took advantage of the  moonlight and drove on to Hedley,  arriving at 3' o'clock in the morning.  Thus in the one day they covered the  entire distance from Anarchist,Mountain .to Hedley, and took in a public  meeting and banquet.  At Hedlev  the. people were surprised next morn  ing, to   find   thein  registered  at  the  :0:  Civil 8c Mining" Engineers  MINESand  REAL   ESTATE  'HEDLEY, B.C.  Hotel Similkameen.  On. Tuesday afternoon a visit was  made to the. Daly Reduotion Co.'s  office where Mr. Shatford had arranged before hand to give the party'a' trip  up to  the Nickel Plate mine, and Mr,  pany, and Mr. R. B. Lamb, general  C. A. Crawford, secretary of the corn-  manager, spared no pains to afford  every facility for making the. trip and  were most solicitous for the safety and.  comfort of their guests. The small  skip ori the short trainway to the tipple was used' to .transport the party to  the lower end of the graA-ity tramway.  Mr. Lamb personally superintended  the embarkation and gave- orders by  phone both to the middle! station and  ore bins as to the rate of speeding and  of the skips, as 'well  out to members  of   the  splendid attendance.    He had assured  the Premier that the people of Simil-  kaineen would be glad to have'an opportunity of  meeting him,   but   the  attendance had exceeded his expectation.   Ho, gave a review of the legislation and claimed that the balance sheet  presented to the people of British Columbia, in  which rigid economy was  shown, was ample -evidence that  the  proviuce now had a  business "government; which recognized that the first  principle of economics was to keep the  expenditure within the revenue,  and  this  they  had done. ��������� To hring order  out of chaos they had been  obliged to  frame a new assessment act. and while  the act that was introduced in the first  session was far from being what they  would all have liked to have,-and had  been subject to much adverse criticism  he was pleased to say that it had been  amended in a manner to cut out the  more objectionable features.    Among  the changes were reductions in personal property, coal and timber lands and  wild lands, the last 'mentioned, which  had  been placed at 5%, reduced .to-l-%.  Reductions had been made where possible,- but as revenue.was a necessity  the act in the main was right, and permitted of re-opening of any particular  section.   The exemption   clauses were  dealt with in detail,  and the act as n  whole would work, no hardship on any  important industry.     The now School  Act had been subjected.to much criticism,   but as  if became  better understood the opposition had died out- The  old paternal system, which was practicable; and necessary many years ago,  had  increased the cost until it had bo-  come a heavy burden on the treasury.  Now a   small  portion   of  the cost of  maintenance, had been   placed on   the  school    districts.      The   Government  would pay $-180 of the teacher's'salary  and 50 per cent, of  the  balance,   incidental expenses having to be borne by  the district.'   He had himself at first  been opposed to some of the requirements of the new-.ac.tj but had to admit  that they were necessary and  in  the'  best interests of the province.    As. for  his own district, he and the companies  that he represented would have to bear  three-fourths of the increased amount  thrown on the people.   The new game  act and appointment of game wardens  was shown to be a  business measure.  The enactment of anti-Chinese legislation 'was dealt with and the determination to re-enact expressed. The act to  tax commercial travellers for eastern  houses he defended.   ' ���������  In the matter of appropriations for  roads he had as the representative of  the Similka'meen obtained more for  roads than the district had ever before  received and more than any other rid-  that time  in giving a handsome ma-i    V. V. & E. WINS FROM C.'P. R.  ing in the province had received.    The  A. MEG RAW  Notary Public  Conveyancer. Real Estate, Mines,  Insurance, Crown Grants applied  for under Land Act and  Mineral     Act.  Agent for: ���������  The Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada,  London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.,  The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co.  handling  point  government had decided on a system  of rigid economy which made them  discontinue the construction of neAV  roads, but nevertheless he had succeeded in having the West Fork road,  the road to Copper Mountain and the  as to | Bear Creek road built. He would  party i never be satisfied until lie had obtained  what to do in case of accident, an attention Avhich the Premier and party  duly appreciated. The party were  sent up in two sections. Mr. Crawford  accompanying the Premier and Mr.  Green on the first and .Mr. Shatford  and the Gazette taking the next. On  arrival at the ore bins one of the  motors  on the clectiac   line was wait-'  j a road to connect Hedley with Nickel  | Plate Mountain and the camps sur-  ! rouudiug.it. Instead of such a road  j being a cost to the province it would  | be a source of revenue���������a business pro-  ; position from which the Government  j would  derive  $5   for every dollar it  i would   cost.      Besides  Hedlev  had a  i *���������  ! special claim on the Government.    He  jority to his candidate, Mr. Seinlin.  But he had again to thank them for  giving him Mr. Shatford for the present representative, for in him they  had one of whom it could truthfully  be said that there was no better in the  House.  The.bye-elections were referred to as  ample endorsement of the course  which his Government had pursued.  In   its   jurisdiction   the   Provincial j  government was in a .sense as free and  absolute as that of the   Dominion or  Imperial Parliament, and so long as its  enactments Lwere  within  the British  North  America Act there was no appeal.    True, its  legislation was  under  the supervision.of the federal, and lor  that reason acts that were,not in conformity with federal or imperial interests    were    often    disallowed.      The  Chinese  Act  was among  these.    For  his own part he took  no stock  in the  arguments of disallowing for imperial  policy.    "How" he asked "is  it   that  Australia and South Africa are allowed   to   enact  what British  Columbia  cannot!*"     Merchants   and   manufacturers all  want protection and he contended  that   his  Government .should  have the power to protect white labor.  When he assumed the leadership he  had no knowledge  that  the  financial  situation was so serious. ��������� A month or  so later an audit showed  him that the  province was facing insolvency.    Thev  were indebted $12,000,000 and'had been'  told by the  bank  that the  limit had  been about reached.   For this  reason  the elections had to be  brought on  a  month earlier.    He had  been charged  with trying  to  take advantage  of his  opponents in  doing so,  but  the  real  reason   was   the   financial   condition.  Immediately   on   being   returned   to  power he  had  called  the   Legislature  together  to devise ways and  means.  His Government first arranged'a loan  to meet this!over-draft, and  a  considerable portion of that  loan  had  now  been paid off.    In addition to this temporary relief they had- to provide for  the future.    To do so mean's' must be  provided to secure more reveuue. This  meant  increased taxes,  and   nothing  could be more unpopular than increased taxation. To do so they had started  with those most able to bear the burdens. .    They were accused of being-  owned by the railways, but they made  the rail ways, pay 500% more taxes.   At  the first session the ' railways' made a  strong lobby and threatened to curtail-  operations, but they had been made to  pay five times more taxes, and instead  of curtailing Ave saw  them coming to  blows Avith each other "at'.Midway ..the.  other day in their effort to get into  Hedley.    They had increased taxes on  the lumber industry and to-day it was  flourishing as it had newer done before.  They had run  the tax on wild lands  a way'up .and the large land-holders  were, dividing up the land.   J8. C securities had risen and bankers Avere no  longer iiei*A*ons as.'shoAvn by aucavs expressed   by   a   prominent   banker   in  Montreal.    Unlimited capital Avas uoav  seeking investment in  the  province,  This Avas not a boom but a return  of  confidence.  The Coast-Kootenay road Avas dealt  with at length. While many corporations had been giA'en charters and subsidies to build, it remained with the  Great Northern to make, the first substantial advance. Now it looked as if  two railways Avere assured, with a third j  ���������i probability.;   Since Mr. Shatford had j  The Midway Obstruction Most Childish in  Character���������It Made the Corporation '  Cut a Sorry Figure in Court.  (I'rciviiicc. Nov. .) ~  The Victoria. Vancouver & Eastern  .Railway succeeded this morning in its  application for authority to take possession of the lands on its right-of-Avay  near Midway, the right to which was  disputed by the Columbia & Western,  a company subsidiary to the C. P. R.  The land in dispute, forms a portion of  the grant given by the Government to  the Columbia A-'Western as an aid in  the construction of its'line. The Avork-  men of the V. V. & E. entered upon  the land for the purpose of pushing its  construction work, but Avere ejected  by the employees of the Columbia &.  Western.  When the application came on for  hearing this morning before Mr."Justice Morrison, there Avas an imposing  array of counsel representing the V.  V. & E., consisting of Mr. A. H. Mac-  Neil 1. of Rossland. and' Mr. H. B. Mc-  Givern. its Ottawa legal representa-  ti\-e.  Mr. MacNeill. after formally placing  in evidence the documents defining the  landacquired by the V. V. &* E:, said  that the possession of this land was of  the utmost importance, as there. Avas  a' large force of men on the ground  ready to proceed with the construction  of the line.  Mr. D. G. Marshall -desiied to have  the application adjourned on. the  ground that he had not sufficient time  to look into the matter.  Mr. MacNeill A'igorously opposed any  further delay, the application   ha\'ing  already been adjourned once  before. ���������  He Avas anxious that the order should-  be made at once, in order that the deposit of $1810.50 required, by the Railway Act for the expropriation  might  be   deposited   before   the.- closing   of  banking hours at noon to-day.  .His   Lordship   considered   that   he  would allow the application to proceed,  and asked Mr. Marshall  to state his.  objections to the  order being made,  and added that he had little sympathy  for any intention to delay'orevade the  determination.-'of matters coming up "  before him.  . Mr. Marshall said that he could not  oppose, the application, as he had no  material before him. ' ; ���������'   '  " Do you object?" asked His Lordship. >  " No," replied Mr. Marshall.  '���������Do you consent?"  "Oh, no," said Mr. Marshall.  "���������Well, you can liava your order)" decided Mr. Justice  Morrison,  speaking  to Mr. MacNeill. ! "The latter gathered  up his papers hastily and made a rush  for the bank  to pay  the  $1810.50 re-.  quired for the. expropriation.  Maroon Valley.  Hedley,  B.C.  ,������CfeSSiif:SSS$&feS������fe&-&SSSS&fe&^  1 Mrs. a b. uon  Hi  Hi  Hi  | DRY GOODS  FANCY GOODS  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  *  t  HEDLEY,   -   -   B. C  BOOTS & SHOES  Millinery in Latest Styles  ���������AOENTSKOH���������  MASON <&. RISCH Pianos.  Butterick Patterns  m  m  m  *\  m  m  ������  m  ing and Mr. G. P. Jones, mine super- spoke of the appropriation of $1000 for  intendent, took the party in charge. , a hospital and of $1500 for crib work.  Various cuts on the Hull-dog and the ! Touchingon the railway question he  Sunnyside glory hole wvw noted on j K.li(l th.lt this was the one plank upon  the way to the mine, which were eye-1 which he had asked the electors for  openers to the visitors, but the inspee-1 their support, and it had been the one  tion of the mine itself brought-.forth j gl.e.lt end to which all his efforts had  admissions that Averegood for Similka- j D(!lJ��������� 'directed, and he was pleased to  meen dwellers to listen to, when the j know that Avhat he had done had contributed in a. great measure to the end  Avhich bad been obtained. He had  carried out eA'ery pledge made before  election. He had granted the. Premier  his support in the main. Mr. McBride  he considered the best premier that  British Columbia o\*er had, and in sup-  oget back | poking him he had done Avhat he con-  idered   in   the   best  interests  of   his  immense ore reserves blocked (.ait were  seen, and the situation pointed out  that these were not Boundary ore  values but Nickel Plate A'alues.  One short autumn  afternoon is all  too bi-ief for a proper inspection of the  Nickel   Plate,  and   as   the   trainway  closes at 5 it Avas necessary  in time.  i  The Pi'rlic Mketino. j constituency and of the province.   He  A well-filled house greeted the Preiu-   P"1'"* Jl warm tribute to the Chief Com  ier and his colleagues in  Eraser's hall.  The ladies honored the meeting  with  their  presence,   in   goodly   numbers, j  which lent an  additional interest and  attraction.  Mr. Shatford was the.   first sreaker.  and expressed  his gratification at the  missioner of Lands and Works, whose  department was Avell-condueted.  Mr. McBride on rising recalled his  former visit to Hedley. He was then  leading the opposition and he had a  kindly remembrance of AVhat the  people of Hedley had done for him at  gone  into  the  House he   had   ne\*er!  eeaserl, day in  and day out,  for  this j  raitway.    He wanted a   through   line j  and due safeguards as  to rates.    "In  fact," said the speaker,   " I sometimes  used to'get tired of Shatford and  the  Coast-Kootenay."   The building of the  Praser River bridge and the; discovery  of a pass in the  Hope Mountains had  paved the way, and Mr. Shatford's intimacy Avith the Great Northern officials   and   the   confidence   which   he.  -seemed to haA*e infused into them had  finally induced them to do  without a  dollar of money Avhat others could not  be pre\*ailed upon to do with subsidies.  Mr. Shatford bad'in a measure discovered   the   Similkameen   to  outsiders.  They  had  heard of   it,   but   he   had  brought it home to  them.    It is  said  that two la-Avyers would li\-e comfortably Avhere one Avould starve,  and now  that the Great Northern was coming,  the C. P. R. Avould soon be along.  But  he. reminded the audience that it Avas  easy now to decry subsidies Avhen everything is coming our way.    Had they*  lived in British Columbia in  the dark  days they would say that those men  Avlio  voted subsidies and land grants  h nd done right. When travelling in the  east he had heard men say that they  wouldn't give  one  Ontario farm  for  'the whole province.   McKenzie, Cart-  wright and Blake had all pronounced  against railway building in  B. C. in  most pronounced terms,  and this had  helped  to make it necessary to give  dollars and acres  to secure railways.  Noav Ave know what British Columbia  has.    We knoAA* more of its vast mineral wealth;  more of its timber; more  of its agricultural and fruit-growing  possibilities, and more of its climate.  A promising new settlement is that  of Maroon Valley, lying  between the  Junction   ranch  on   the  Nickel  Plate  road and White Lake.    Tommy Armstrong, an old timer in the vJkanngun,  who came  into the  Spallumcheen   in  18S5, and has pioneered it with the ad-  A-ance guard  in   many sections,   was  also  the  Jcisbua   of Maroon   Valley.  There is now a  cosy  and  moderately  prosperous   settlement   of   peaceable.  Avell-to-do ranchers, among whom maybe mentioned V. P. Howard. L. B! Far-  leigh, W. Cook.   W. Hedges.  T. Armstrong and others.   A post office and a.  road to reach  the main   wagon  road  Avithout encountering the  bad  bill  at  Marcelle's, are among the most  pressing AA'ants of the settlement, and they  are in hopes that the powers that  be  at Ottawa, and 'Victoria- may   grant  them these.   Crops in the vicinity this  year have been particularly good, and  all kinds of grain, vegetables and fruit  may be groAA'ii.    Some, of the Southern  Okanagan Land Company's range land  comes in here.  Concluded on Page Four.  Pecklets.  The man aa-Iio pays the printer'is thf-  nohlest work of God.  Toronto society belles at tended a ball  disguised as farm girls, but the farm  girls are too modest to attend a  ball  disguised as Toronto belles. THE HEDLEV fiAZKTTE. NOVEMBER 16, 1905.
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Similkameen Advertiser.
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Subscriptions in Advance
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NOTICE is hereby given thatthc plan, prodlo }
and book of reference of the section of the i
/    i line of rji.il wiiv of the -Vancouver, Victoria and j
.   '! Eastern   Railway  and ''Navigation  Company!
..SJ.IK): from  Keremeos to  Princeton,  was on the. 10th j
,M1' dav of October. 1!K)5. deposited in theoftieeof the
"" !. District Registrar of Titles at ICnmloops. H.C.
Dated this ilih day of N'ove.nihe.r. I'.KCi.
A. II. .V.voNKILL.
Solicitor for the Vancouver, Vietoria Jir
II-I     Eastern Railway and .Navigation Oo'y.
TEXDERj- ,ue invited for ,'O.IW) bricks (more
*   or lc-.-.) to be delivei ed .it the Daly Reduction  Companj'- woiks at Hedley.  *Speeiiiea-
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PARTIES are warned against driving cuttle
over Allison bridge until after the 30th of
Managing Editor;
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Last qiihr. ������''������
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NOTICE is hereby given that. IN)days from
date I intend to apply to the Don. Chief
Commissioner of l,nnds and Works for permission to pureliaso 10 acres, more or less, of hind,
situate in the Slinilkuinccii Division of Vale
District, and described as follows: Commencing at a post planted on the northerly limit of
the Columbia & Western right-of-way, marked
S. K. Corner. Lot 2701. thence running north;'
I chains, more or less, to the south boundary of
Lot 513: thence cast .'18 chains, more or less,
along said south boundary of Lot MS to the
angle post, of said Lot 513; thence south 12
chains, more or less, along westerly boundary
of Lot alii to the northerly limit of the Columbia
& Western railway right-of-way; thence westerly, following the said northerly limit of the
right-of-way. 4i) chains, more or less, to point of
commencement, and containing 10 acres, more
or less.
-Dated at Mid way. B.C.. October 12th, l!Ktt. ,
in-!) \V. H. NOR.ULS. A pplicant.
H. STUCEMAX, (icncral Manager '
Sim. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.
T HEREBY (il V K XOTICE that. ��0 days from
*���: tin: date hereof. I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works for per-
liiission to purchase SO acres of range land, as
follows:   Coiiiiuencingat the X. E. corner of
I'L. lil'Si. G. 1. thence .south 20 chains: thence cast
j 20 chains, thence north 10 chains, thence west
j along south boundary of Lob 3092. G. 1. 20 chains
! more or less, thence south   20  chains to the
I point, of commencement.' ..���'".'".
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j-.. ' ' - T. LACKY. '     ���'������'
j     H-i!1       - ���     R. H.���-PAKK.iNMOX. Agent.
Reserve��� $2,043,997.
.1. ELM.SLY, Snpt. of Brunches
S,'l.00 AXII I'NIIKK      -      .'ICK.NTS. I OVKK 8HMKI TO $HU.O0  -   10 HUNTS
OVKK ?;'.(KI to ��10.00   -   IICIv.NTS. | OVKU $30.00 TO ��50.00   -   15 CICNTS
L.G. HacHAFFIE, Acting Manager
'OIX-TY DA'YS from the date hereof I intend
~ to a poly to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for permission to purchase HiO acres
|fof land, beginning at a post afcthe S. K. corner
j of LbtlW., Similkaiiieen Division of Yale Dis-
j trict, thence south 0) chains, thence west 40
| chains, thence north 10 chains, thence east
i along the south boundary of Lot, l(i(i to point
j of beginning. .
I     Dateil the lOr'h' day of October. JMO".
I C. K.  LKIR.
J -|(.i-!i Hroii Lkiii. Agent.
SIXTY DAYS from the date hereof I intend I
i , to apply to tlie Chief Conuni.ssioncrof Lands
i and Work's for permission to pin-chase 100 acres
| of land, beginning at a post on the west bank
! of the Okaiiagan river at the south end of Vas-
i seaux lake, thence northerly along the water-
'��� front-10 chains, thence west 10 chains, thence
! south 10 chains, thence east 10 chains .to point'
j.of beginning.   '
1    Dated thct'.'Stii day of September. IilO."!.
; K".W.' LKIR.      ,
.1 .'10-ii'... .       lircii l.i:ri{. Agi.'iit.
("yXK lnuidrcd tons of Timothy
^    tier ton:   Apply to
lay. at $12.50
.1. M-'THOIWAP. Ok. Kails.
Two Strong Points II
The report.of the expropriation pro-!
cet'dinys  in .'Viincouyer-- between  the \
V.A'. i E. ijnd the G. P. R. with refer- i
once to the:
to dela v  buildin"1 on
:���..... . ]'   .'riTtificatc of Improvements.
UllfL the U. JJ. K. AVitlr refer- j CIXTY DA Y8 after date. I intend to apply to"j   '      !','.'.'��� -L_���_
, ���i'i.������mf ..i..vn."in-fi,/.'li.ffu,.':������������'  the CUiief-ConmiissiDnerof Lands & Works   ..,,..,,,,  i-.,;,,.�� ,,-.     ',/-���.
: attempt niiKle L> the latter   fn). pCr!llis:<5()��� ^purchase 320 acres of i1ioni)-i:<,</'0I).A!K-,\V.  ��� JIllJ?.lil.1 .?!"���"��. ��'
, .... permission to pin. _ .,_ _...	
the   part  of  its'i tain land situated in tlie Similkameen Division
,,.- .    , .      .,  ��� :���"���'      .'��� of Yale District. :���< oininenciiig at C. C-. Clay.s
nv;il nt MkIaa'ua-. places the G. P. R. ill | X.AY. i.-orner: thence north SO chains, thence
���nVvtliiiio- linl  -in ciivi'ihli' li��iif-   before   east io chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
.iiivunng out an tin i,unt.iiaiic   l>CIO,<- i west Wchrtins topointof coininenceiiient. con-
the iiuhlic. A. more childish exhibition ) taining320_acres.; '���-.���������''���
,-   ,,     . .     ,, , ., I\, Dated this 2nd day ol Sept.. lilOo. .-��� .  -
is wholly iuc.oncetvii.lile, and the Avon-;    -^.^    ". frAXIv 1). RICK.
der is-'thiit -Mil-. Thomas Shaughnessyl"."'"'"." .'���-' '"   ..   ...  ���__������'- ''  "' '	
would think for'a.moment of tolerating
that "sortof tiling. Tin' big corporjitioiL
may haA*e sonic system  of accounting
by which they liiay discern it little imaginary profit as the result of it.    But j
work has gone on al! the same,  not a j
man being laid off for a day7 on   the;
whole'of the V.V. & E. line under con-1
struction.      On   the Other  hand,  the i
feeling which the incident has created ! \\ E[)LEY
in the di.stri") effected,   bodes no good i
for tlie (J. P. H.   when   vhey7  come  to
iioinpete Avitli the -Great Northern for
business,     if there ever was a time  in
BritishCo'unihi;\. when it wivsdesirable
for the  (.'. P. ii. to seek the friendship
and good-will of the people it is snvely
now.    The ])eoj)le of southern  British
Columbia who have dragged along year
'after year, listening.to promises from
the head office iu  Montreal   that were.
The f ioier Garriaae
and !
Repair shod
B. c.l:
ituatc in the
Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District;
:       Where located :   In Camp Kcdley.
I>p.\ICK .VOTK-K that I, .). Krasor Campbell,
j x^ Free "Miner's Certilieate Xo. S80I, agent for
I myself aiid Chas. E. Oliver, Free Miner's Certi-
i HcatcXo. .14711072.. in tend, sixty days from date
j hereof, to npjily to the Mining Recorder for a
Certilieate of Improveiiients, for the puriiose of
j obtaining-a Crowii Grant of the above claim.
i    And further.take notice that action, under
i .Section 37, niust be eoiiinionced before the issu-
! a nee of such t'ertilicatoof Improvements.
j Dated tliis 2Stli day of October, A. D. 1005.
!     12-11 J.'.ERASER CAMPBELL.
7-^-rrT---,.---^.^^ 1) O' E S -=-^=====-^^'
Tlie Ames Holden Co. of Montreal Ltd.
Largest Manufacturers of Shoes in Canada.
Advertize in the GAZETTE!
Certificate of Improvements.
Horse-Shoeing and all kinds
:>f B'lacksniithing done
'('KAClCKii .Li'civ"and "0.1. C." Mineral Claims,
situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yale District. Where located:' hi Cniup
fAIvE 'XOTICE that I, l<\ \V. Groves, acting
*-   as ap;i
When in Keremeos
TFe Central Hotel
TWEDDLE <S. REITH, Proprietors.
Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the
Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.
never fulfiiled, weri'justified in looking | TP���������\/
to an\" other concern for .relief.' When ! .
the fight was won and the.Great Nor-'
thern had indisputable right .to entry '
and   th(!   exercise   of   all  its   charter
rights, there wert' many  reasons Avliy {
the  people  could afford  to   bury the j
hatchet, and treat the C.P.R. on equal i
terms with its rival;   but such tactics!
as Avere shoAvii in this petty  affair at j
Midway will kindle anew a, feeling  of
resentment   that  may  take  years  to
allay, and if years hence itshows itself
in tlu- traffic receipt-S'of the  road, the
men who are responsible for the affair
Avill have, only themselves to blame.
ent for L. O. Jlcdivind, free miner's coi
tilii.-ate Xo. B7i!fl!)l, .John Greenhill. free miner's
certilieate Xo. B7!I0"S, lind fians l-\ Xclson. free
miner's certilieate Xo. Rli.'OOliS, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining- Crown Grants of
1  rOPriSuOr. I    And fui-tiiortnko notice that action,  under
! .Section .37. must, be commenced before the issu-
 ���    j mice of si soil Certificates of Improvements.
j    Dated this 21st day of September. 1!)0".
j    :17-!) V. AV. G'ROVKS.
Certificate of Improvements.
Pure   and   Invigorating."
Rifle Association.
The Hedley Rifle Association met in
Fraser's hall on Saturday night to repair breaches marie in' their ranks, as
the result of changes in the Daly Reduction Co.'s staff. The offices of
secretary and treasurer had to he refilled owing Iodic departure of T. I>.
Pick.-in! ami A. II. Hrown. L. ('. YV.
I tolls was I'leeled secretary and L. (}.
Meilaffie treasurer. It was decided to
continue tho monthly matches. The
November -hoof will be held on the
Midv/ay Noav Leads.
An  illustration   of  what.  the.  Great;
.Vol I lier'ii has done   for   Midway  may
he   -ecii   in  the  customs  receipts for
the   month   of  October,   which areas
i'oiliiv.-s :
-Craial   Forks $ ],4!J?5 ill.)
Midway  2,882 1(5
(I'reenwood  1,8M7 71
Fho-niv  1,22!) (10
Carson     180 IU
('a.-eado  015 70
Sidley  00 00
Keremeos  21. 20
Fairview  .18 18
Total $7,710 10
To make good bread yon
must have good Hour. If
you want the j;i-:st bread
you must use the
���1      ���
You can always depend
on it.    Use no other.
: for sale by:
ttetiley and Fairview
"COPI'KR PLATE"-Minci-iil Claim, situate in
the Osoyoos Mining Division of Vale  District.    Where located : Camp Medley.
TAKE XOTICE that I, Ainsley Mcjrravv. E.
x   M.C. Xo. R7SI221. agent for Sydney .AT. Johnson, E.M.C. Xo. BUI 108. intend, sixty diiys from
the date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining Rcconl-
ev for iv Certilieate of Improveiiients.  fur the
purpose of obtaining a   Crown  firant of the
above claim.
And Further take notice that action, under
Section 1)7, must be commenced before the issu-
ance of such Certilieate of Improveiiients.
Dated this 2-5th day of October. A.D. I!��>:��.
Ortificatc of [mprovemciiis.
"Two HuoTimiis." "Vicnn.'i \" and "Uiii,.ixih) ���
M.wau-KHiTi:" Mineral Claims,  -ituati-in
the Similkaiiieen   Mining Divi-imi of Yali-!
District.    Where located :   On Sixteen-Mile I
Creek. \
T'AL'K XOTICE that I. !���'. W. < inn i-. 'aciin��- '
���*   as agent for A. Scrapclli. free miner's cerli-1
llcatc Xo. H8lil;')7,  intend, sixty day* from rbc J
date hereof, to apply to the Mining ltccoiderfor [
Certificates of  Improvement*, for I lie purpose I
of obtaining Crown (Irants of the iibuvc claims, i
And further take  notice that  net ion.  under i
section^,  must be commenced before t lie i���u- ;
mice of such ('crtillcatcs of liupro\'cii!i'iit-.
Dated this :i(ith day of Sept,.. Illil.'.. i
:;:->) i-\ w. crovks.
Certificate of lniprovenieiils.
"I'owKl.i." Mineral Claim, situate in the u-,n.v-
oos Mining Division of S'nlo District. Where
located: In Cam)) .Hedley. east of 20-Mile
Creek and'adjoining tin; Indian Reserve.
TAICE XOTICE that I, !���'. A. Devcreux. part
owner and agent for R. II. Parkinson and
II. A. AVhillnns. free miner's certilieate Xo.
HiSSCaa. intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to the Mining Recorder for a Certillcnte of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a,
Crown Grunt of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, undor
Section .'(7, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
.Dated this ISth day of Sept., A.D. I'M.
;57-��) ��� l'\ A. DEVERKCN.
ian ���������.
ESool-c. of; Commerce
CAPITA L--.$S,700,()00. ", ���,;   -    -'    -
TotalResources (Nov. HO, '01)-
A Branch of the Bank is now
open at Penticton, B. C.
Pri n ceton Branch
A Branch of this Bank is now
open at Princeton, B. C.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT���Interest allowed on; deposifsof Sl.OOand upwards.
��3/% INKLING   BY  MAIL        ��
Deposits may bo made and withdrawn by mail.   Special attem.ion given to this
class of. business. ��� ::   Drafts and Money Orders issued on all points.
A  General Banking Business Transacted.-
M. CHRISTIE    ���   <-���       -     -
Our  New   Fall   Suits
at-$n,  $15,   $18,   to
$25.00. Single and
Double   Breasted,   in
Fancy Tweeds, Chev
iots and
* 1 B
Young- Men's Suits in
Tweeds and Serges
at ��3.50 to $12.00 .
a 0
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* snier. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 10, 1005;  Town and District.  W. T. Ucddle, representing W. H.  Mallein (Jo., was in town on Saturday.  Dr. Mathison goes In Keremeos on  next YVendesday.  H. II. Jeffreys, of tlu' Simon Leiser  Co., was in town this week.  The Vernon Okanagan has cast olf  its swaddling clothes and is now a  tidy looking sheet.  The  new  proprietors of  Knderby's j  newspaper have decided to call it the  " Progress," and have dropped the  fantastic name Kdenograph.   ,  Messrs.  C. W.  Cook and   It.   Lawrence representing the Scran ton   correspondence school were in town last  week.    They came over from Midway.  The people of Phoenix held an indignation inass'.mceting to protest against  the treatment received at the hands of  Post Oflice Department.  , Rev.   15.   P.   Flewelling will not  he  . back from Vancouver for about three  Aveeks.   At the close of the meeting of  Synod he w:is obliged to go into the  hospital.  i  R. H. Spudding having sold the Ive-  lowna. Clarion to Geo. C. Rose, will engage in the real estate and insurance  business in Vancouver, in partnership  with  .1. W. Prcscott.  Vernon has organized a mock parliament; and an abnormal development of jaw will henceforth be a  marked facial characteristic of the aA'-  ovage Vernonite.  Frederic: Kefl'rr returned on Thursday last from a trip of inspection to  Copper Mountain where he has had  the diamond drill at Avork on the  sunset for several weeks.   ''  The Ladies' Solving Circle of the  Methodist church will hold a sale of  fancy articles appropriate for Christmas gifts,'in the church, on Thursday  evening, Nov. 30th.' There wilfalso be  a, fish pond for the children. All are  iiiA'iteil to attend.  A' newspaper offered a, certain prize  for the. best answer to the conundrum:  " Why is a newspaper like a woman ?."  The pri'/e was Avon by a lady in Oklahoma, who sent in the following : "Because every man should have one of his  own and not run.if ter his neighbor's."  Members of the hospital committee  arc importuning the local manager of  Shatfords Limited for a big hospital  ball by way of opening. Avhen the store  is completed. A floor o0 x 00 should  give ample elbow roonvfor all de\~otees  of the dance to disport themselves.  The hospital funds also would .stand a  lift of that kind.  Tom Henderson. Avho ban been in  charge of the compressor and generators in the Daly Reduction Company's  power House, was let out last week,  Avhen another man arrived to take his  place. Tom Avas a.cool-headed, efficient  engineer. In fact, his coolness and  presence of mind saved .the powerhouse from being Ayrecked on one  occasion last spring.  ���������.;   '.  Geo. C Rose, for many years customs collector at. Cascade, 1ms purchased the KeloAvna Clarion. Mi'. Rose  Avas a comparatively early settler iu  the Mission A'alley, going there about  fifteen" years ago, and early identifying  himself with fruit growing, Avhich has  turned out to be the greatest industry  of the district. It is the intention, of  Mr. Rose to make material changes to  improve tlie Clarion.  Mr. IT. IT. Messenger, amalgamator  in the stamp unhand a mill-hand of  long experience, seA'ered his connection Avith the .mill, on Saturday last.  Mr. Messenger had bought property iu  town and built himself a. comfortable  dwelling. As a successful skilled  amalgamator he was hard to heal.  His removal from Hedley will be gen-j  erally regretted, for he is a good citizen and has never been looked upon as  an alien' A. man who will identify  himself with the material, interests of  ��������� .1. F. Royer expects to have the Flyer  on again about the beginning of December. It Avill connect at Keremeos  Avith the Hedley-Penticton stages.  The new store of Shatt'ords Limited  is looming up in great shape. Contractor P. Heldstab has had a large  force of men at work during the past  week and' rapid progress is being  made.  Dr. .Tevmyn a new veterinary 'surgeon has lieen at Os'oyoos relieving Dr.  Coustine who has had such a hard  siege of typhoid'fever.    Dr. Coustine  ..Hedley Meat Market..  HJHJi6Hi\lii6i6iliHiii\liHiHiHiitiHiHiHiHi  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  OPENED THE BUTCHER  SHOP ON WEBSTER ST.,  WITH A SUPPLY OF  CHOICE MEATS OF ALL  KINDS���������BEEF, MUTTON  AND PORK :: POULTRY  FOR THE HOLIDAY  SEASON        ::        ::  6OQO0Q������i0O0QieO06OSCOQiSCC0COCOS9O6OCO&eOQO0QC00OS  WEATHER PROPHETS  Avill  take some time to fully recover  his strength.  Ore shipments from the mines of the  Dominion Copper Co. in the Boundary,  started last week, and active operations are now in full swing. The smelter at Boundary Falls is to be blown in  on the first of December.  , Ill-health appears to have been the  cause of H. R. Parke's resignation of  the Vernon post office. He 'and Mrs  Parke left for the east last week and  on the eve of their departure, were  each made recipients of valuable presents from the people of Vernon whose  confidence and esteem they enjoy to  the fullest extent.  f  Mr. Thos. Golden, boiler inspector  was in Hediey last Aveek and went out  on Monday morning's "stage. He inspected the various boilers of the Yale  Mining Co. and the Daly Reduction  Co.. also of the Hedley Lumber Co.  One boiler that had been in use at the  by which the mill was heated, Avas con-  Daly Reduction Company's works and  demued utterly and orders given to j  discontinue its use. j  The-Daly Reduction Co.- are asking  fenders for supplying 50,000 bricks  delivered at the Company's Avorks in  Hedley The. lateness of the season  may deter local men from having a'  shy at it, owing to the evpense that  Avill be entailed for artificial drying,  and in all probability outside' makers  AA'ith stock on hand may have to sup-,  ply them. Had it been about a month  or two earlier, local men, with the  haulage in their faA-or, could have  licked them out of their boots.    ,  Reports    from   up-eountry   papers  would indicate that ".Tacky" Tyrell,  formerly of  Greenwood.   Beaverdell,   f ^  Boomerang, Cranberry,  Midway, Re-   Ud  public,   Oroville   and   Penticton,   has     1  been doing funny things commercially. !  Jacky, in fact, is a commercial humor-1 ff  ist, good-natured,   capable and emin- J .*.  cntly   resourceful,    especially    Avhen \ V|/  there is  high-priced fun  in sight,   or   f,\  adversity ill-nianneredlv presses  him : "���������  too closely.    Jacky. when last heard of, ; J  was heading for England, but should . *������  be leave the country for good it will be , \/  many years before* the  firesides of the '  West. Fork Avill cease to spin yarns of  Jacky and his Rock Creek solicitor or  the days when he ran a- pack train up  the river for P. B. S. Stanhope.    Even '  the  freighters of  the. Okanagan  and'  Similkameen avi'11 recall Avirh many  a  merry laugh his labors in "the serA'ice  of  Mr. .Welby, for with all.  .Tacky's j  faults, for his sense of humor,   they  love-him still.   Should .Tacky 'succeed  to an earl-dom, and iu dodging a dumdum, he Avill yet set a merry pace for  his   pals of the lost  legion in  some  blooming corner of this old globe.  /������i/i������/i\/iu(\iii>/i>/D(n/i������/������\/n/i(/������\/n/������>/n^i?  1A/. J. /yianery  M. McAULEY,        -       -        Local flanager  The  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL...  v- /��������� -1- i- *-  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  M r  !i Predict a Hard Winter  HUT WE AIM  WITH A  VEI  :  PI !KPA RED  EOR  IT  V   LARUE STOOi: Of  Cold Weather Clothing  11  N Wooi.es  Us okhwisah  and  Fl.ANNKl. Shirts we have the  i  largest and most complete range  ever shown in the Country, and  can supply the Avants of the  most   fastidious   \TTttfE   are   just  opening  up a  shipment of Winter Suits-  and Oi>i> Pasts, which, for pattern, style and lit. beat anything,  We IwiA-e ever >cen in the ready-  to-wear clothing line   Everything New and  First-Glass  Bar supplied Avith the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  We Want, You to See These Goods ~WI  SHflTFORDS, LIMITED  Hedley and Fairview, B. G.  noaosoocooqoosooQgco������ccci������ocig>ocoooQqooooa<������g<  Cawston 6 Edmond  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresti Meats  PATRONIZE YOUR   HOME   MILLS  Ask your grocer for  Moffet's Best  and help us to help  British Columbia  by employing more men in our mills.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS I'D.. Ltd.  ENDERBY^ AND   VERNON, B. C.  ALLISON  NOTES.  I Ion. .'K. Dewdney has been at Allison  for a. few days, arranging- his business |  for the Avinter.    He returned  to Victoria on the 5th, going out by Avay of j  Spence's Bridge. j  Mr. Keith, av1i.o represents the town- '���������  site and the  .Similkaiuccn Co., accom-!  panied Mr. Dewdney back to the coast i  and   will   remain    below    for   a    few ���������  months.    In the meantime  Mr. Wad-  dell Avill be at Allison,   and   from  hi in  information may be obtained in regard  to either the lowusite or the saw-mill.  Active operations are to be continued  at the mill during the winter,  when it  is anticipated thai   energetic, building  operations    will    commence   on    Ihe  (nwnsite.  The. bridge at Allison is undergoing  repair.-;, and notices have been posted  warning stockmen not to drive bands  of cattle across. The bridge was not  built strong enough for such use. in the  first pla.ee, and the reckless manner in  which large bands of cattle have been  driven over if makes it a matter o  wonder that some accident has not  happened. It is only a. .short while  y in a few months ago. and j since, the old bridge at Osoyoos broke  .'which  this  entailed   Avas 1 down with a drove of cattle, mi it,   but  the town has in him no alien spirit,  even if his allegiance Avhich is very  much a matter of sentiment, has not  been transferred.  Arthur Clare, who has been foreman  of the stamp mill since last March,  fancied he saw signs that he was lo be  included in the general slaughter Avhen  ��������� things had shaped themselves so as to  permit of his services being conveniently dispensed with and tendered his  resignation. Mr. Clare had only moved his famil  the expense  considerable..- He moved his family  out again on Sunday afternoon. Mrs.  Clare and family will reside in Nelson  and Mr. Clare goes to take a. position  with the Second Itelief mine, under a  manager for whom he had formerly  Avorked. His Avork in Hedley.has been  eminently successful, and his many  friends regret exceedingly his renumil.  the warning  regarded.  has apparently been  (lis  DRESSMAKING.  MRS. T. M. EARHELL Hiiiiounws to the  Ladies of Hcilley that sin; is pi'(>i)iuvd*lt>  do Drcssmiakinp in tho latest styles. Orders  may bo left with Mrs. 0. H. Lyon, until further  lUTiuifirciiientK nro nimle. vj-ii  Sold, by All Stores  Turner. Beeton & 6o��������� Ltd,  VICTORIA,       - " -      -       B. C. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 10, 1905.  PROPERTY  HEDIEY  Investment  H^w||a������/ 's the. supply point for the Nickel Plate moun-  ilvUlvj tain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects. It is the. mining andJiusiness  centre of the;  Similkameen  Make  the new mining district which has already been proven, by a  small 'amount.of development Avork, to he one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEV 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 Avill unquestionably  become a large and important city, and -town-lots Avill bringing returns on money invested at the present time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  PREMIER IN SIMILKAMEEN  Continued from First Page.  Scott Ave. (main st.)     $400 to $600  Other Streets    $200 to $400.  .... 1 tlrvt'*.^....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  Por Th Now.  ^=^Pirctiase a Few lots before tlie 'Railway Cemes^^^^  For Full Particulars, Maps Etc.,  ���������'" ��������� ���������������H=,F,I_'V   TO���������    '  '.  E  L.W   SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  HEDLEY,  ICommerckl Hotel  HEDLEY, B.C.  This hotel under new management has been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a large number: of i^eople. The table is supplied  with the best in the market. The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  H. W. YATES, Proprietor  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY,Tlanager.  First  Class  in  Every  Respect.      Commercial  and  Mining  Headquarters, of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.     Post House on Penticton-  & GO'S  LIVERY, FEED 0 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������ALSO���������  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND     PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  iming, and good saddle    '  horses always on hand.  general  From what he had seen since coming  into this district, it Avas no A'ain prediction that ten years hence would see  JIO.OOO people in this valley.  The school question was next taken  up. To-day British Columbia's school  system was second to none iu Canada  and superior to that of many other  provinces. 'Here Ave had not been  limited by custom or rules, and never  hesitated to take pointers from eastern  provinces or states to the south. Had  the old system been continued it was  only a. matter of 2 or H years until  every dollar of taxation levied would  be needed to maintain school expenditures. In remodelling they followed  the principles in vogue in the east, only  had not thrown one-fourth of the burden of maintenance on the people that  the eastern systems entailed. The  advantages of the change were pointed out, not the least important of  which Avas that it avhs doing business  in a business way to appeal to the  people abroad.  Mk. Greek would .carry away different impressions of the Siniilkameen.  He had gone that afternoon about a  mile .towards heaven and up into the '  clouds to see not only the banner mine  of the province but of the world, and  j the opportunity to do so had been to  him a great pleasure. After a funny  story at the Premier's expense, he said  that when he. took over the hinds and '  works department he was made, aware  ��������� that there, avhs an empty treasury. It  . Avas up to the Government not only to  ; demonstrate that the province had re-  ��������� sources,   but   the    business   methods '  j requisite to the up:buildingof the. pro-  i vince. and drastic mensures to replete  'wore 'necessary. A weaker govern-  i inent would have been afraid to do  i this. Expenditures were, cut in all  j directions and no department felt it  more 'than his own. By getting, the  greatest possible service for the money  j he was able to keep the roads up in as  ; good condition as they were before. -  Mr.   Shatford   had   told   them   the  j truth  that  the Similkameen had got  greatest share of the  appropriations,  from his department, and- from Avhat .  he had seen since coming in  it Avas  evident that it'had been fully justified  i for it was destined  in the near future  ��������� to become one of the.greatest revenue  {"producing ridings in the pi-OA'ince.  j When the Government'increased  ' taxes and reduced expenditure, they  ; did it because they had faith in the '  | good souse and judgment of the people. <  I The introduction of "party lines had  i had a steadying effect. The investing  ' public had been frightened iiAvay by  meddlesome legislation. The GoA-ern-  nient Avere now responsible not only to  1 the  people  but to  the party, for the  Subscribe for the GAZETTE  Princeton   Stage   Line.  KEREMEOS,  B. C-  PENTI6T0N  Livery, Feed and Stage  STABLES  =====   ESTABLISHED  1903  =====  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying  Royal Mail,  Passengers and- Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  :0:  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.   :        :        :        :  -:o:-  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  OTEL  EDLEY  The  Leading  House  !        Por  i  j        Commercial  I        Hen.   :   :   :  i  j  . ���������   i .  Best OnIv Provided for Table  l ��������� ���������  j and Bar.  i  I w. J. Henderson, Prop.  Hedley  Livery,    Feed  and  Sale Stable  HEDLEY,  B.C.  Strictly First Class Service.  Special   Attention given  to  the Travelling Public.  Teaming of all kinds dune.  Horses Bought and Sold.  W. F. REVELY,  Proprietor.  i party must now shoulder the odium of  all  bad  legislation  that goes on the  statute books.   The timber regulations  Avere  gone  into in detail, and, to sum  up, the effect will  be to give the province   the full  value of  their timber  and  the licence-holder a more stable  | interest in his holdings.  j     He paid a warm tribute to the Avorth  jot' Mr. Shatford, avIio, he  said, Avas to  ; be found in his place every day of the  j session. .- The. Avork of. the session is  j best done in the caucuses and connnit-  i tees and it Avas there that Mr. Sh'at-  | ford had done his Avork in a way ..that.  j no other representative'had done.    To  j the Premier also  he paid a very high  j tribute, and expressed   his pleasure in  j-following him.   A " halo shoes" man,  he had served his native proA'ince in a  Avay to makei them all proud of him.  While as leader of the Go\-ernment he  had restored prosperity and confidence,  it was as leader of the Opposition lie r  'had done, his best A\Tork. '  ! Mr. Worgan then essayed to reply,  | and Avith the "chaos and blunder" eii-  { gendered by too copious draughts of  I Seagram, in'manner and matter alike  i deliciously Pickwickian, he afforded  i considerable amusement to the audi-  ' ence. He had his reply in. the derisi\re  ! laughter that greeted him.   '  Mr. Hard wick raised the epiestion as  to  the  employment of alien labor to  Avhich  the Premier replied that juris-  i diction   Avas  altogether   Federal   and  ; that a. Federal 'law now existed similar  in most respects to that to the south.  The Banquet.  !     At the close of the meeting a compli-  i meiitary banquet was tendered Messrs.  , McBride,  Green  and  .Shatford in the  | Motel Siinilkuniecn, to which-10 guests  | sat down.   The large, dining room Avas  Ii tastefully decorated and an   excellent  ! bill of fare provided.     The  chair  avhs  .'occupied   by   A.   Megraw,    with   the  ' Premier   and    Mr.   Shatford .on    his  right   and    Mr.   Green    on   his   left.  Tiie chairman   explained  that owing  to    the    strenuous    character of   the  trip,  the   toast  list  Avould    be  short,  to enable the guests to obtain sufficient  rest.    The patriotic toasts of King and  Country disposed of, Provincial rights  brought excellent speeches from the  Premier and Chief Commissioner, and  Our Guest from them  and  Mr.  Shatford.   which   unfortunately   lack   of  space preA-ents even  a resume of the  many excellent things whicli they said.  The  Mining Industry was -replied to  by ~W. P. Rodgers and  G.  P.  Jones;  Prospectors and Trail Blazers  by J. J,  Marks and F. Bailey;  Trade and Commerce by W. T. He'ddle, F. H. French,  R. G. Shier and John Love;   Manufacturing Industries  by A. Stewart, J. J.  McDonald,   E.   D.  Boeing and J.  D.  Brass;   the Press  by  A. Megraw and  Dr. Mathison; Learned Professions by  Dr. Whillans; The Ladies  by Messrs.  rlardAvick, MacHaffie and White, and  Our  Host   by   A. McDermott.    The  pleasure of the evening was heigtened  by the songs contributed  in  splendid  A'oice by Mr. H. H. Jeffreys,  and Avith  Auld Lang Syne and  God Save the  King the banquet broke up at a seasonable   hour,   after   an   exceedingly  pleasant evening.


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