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Array **^  fc?^8 fl'**'  ���������'���������ssM-lr*' .<  -"V\   ���������. i  '���������������<f  -7^-L  AND SIBIILKAMEBN ADVERTISER.  Vol. II.  No. 20.  HEDLEY, B,C, THURSDAY, MAY   31, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE,  B. E. WALKER, General Manager  TORONTO  ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen? Manager  ON VICTORIA DAY  Sports  at Keremeos  and at  Princeton.  HEDLEY BASEBAtLERS LOSE  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN  THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  BANKING   BY  MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with/any branch  iof the Bank.. Accounts may be opened, and> deposits  made or withdrawn, by mail. Every attention is paid  to out-of-town accounts.  At Princeton In the Poorest Game Which  They Hare Played This Season.  Penticton Branch  J. M. CHRISTIE, Manager.  WILLIAM E. BURRITT  BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  COMMISSIONER,  ETC.  .HEDLEY,  B. 0.  CHARLES M. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  dominion'   and   provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders may be left at Gazette office. ���������  LOOKS    LIKE   A    FAKE   STORY  But Nevertheless Contains  Many Grains  of Fact���������The Nickel Plate  Gold Brick.- ���������  tlEDLEY,  B. G.  B. H. ROGERS,  M.A., 13.C.L.  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  Eledrical Engineer and  1 Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Power or Light  Grand Union  Hotel      -  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  ElVER fc GLftDDEN  -:Oi-  Civil & Mining Engineers  -:0:  MINESand  ftEAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B.C.  The Vancouver Province in Friday's  issue has a somewhat sensational story  that it was the Nickel Plate monthly  shipment of gold bullion from Hediey  that the train robbers were af tor, and  that a $30,000 gold brick from the Nickel Plate really was in the express car  of the train that was Held up.  The Province goes on , to say that  the robbers have, many confederates  through this section of the district,  and that it was by a confederate in  Hediey that a telephone message''"'had  been sent to Kamloops telling them  when lthe gold brick left so, that they  could-know which train it was on.  The fakiest looking part of the Province yarn (and eTen this had spiiie-  -thing.���������������������������act in Jk)^was--,th;e >ref ei-ehee  to Miner's' visit to Hediey after the  Mission hold-up and the lavish spending, of money in Hediey where the  Province says that Miner and his two  associates, iriale and female, spent $20,  OOO^uid that the girl said the men had  got the money from a rich .mine they  struck near Kamloops.  lit is a fact nevertheless that the girl  who gave her name as'McNeill was  with them in Hediey .'and that' she afterwards worked as waitress in hotels  in Hediey, and afterwards figured in  quite a sensational'way in Seattle papers, but of any of the incidents connected with the ��������� Hediey sojourn or  names associated it is neither desirable  nor would it be edifying to touch on  here. Besides it is not material evidence in the case now on trial at Kamloops.  The Province story sheds a little  more light on the career of Dunn or  Grell, who is said to have formerly  had a reward of $#,000 on his head for  killing a sheriff in Montana.  FAIRVIEW  NOTES.  Victoria Day was very'iiuiet in Hediey. With the exception of - tlie display of bunting ac various points in  town and the deserted appearance  which resulted from so many of our  citizens spending the day'out of town  there was little to indicate that it was  a public holiday. In former years  Hediey generally made it a point to  take in the "sports at Keremeos, there  being a tacit understanding that the  24th belonged to Keremeos while Princeton claimed July 1st and Hediey Labor Day. To this end an effort was  made by the Hediey Baseball team to  arrange a game at Kei'emeos but as  nothing definite was arrived .it and  the Princeton team were pressing for  a return match there on the 24th they  consented to go and a .considerable  number of townspeople went along.  AT KEREMEOS.  The holiday passed off very successfully. The day was fine and a good  crowd came out to see the sports. Interest centered principally in the horse  races, the main event of which was the  half mile open running race.  Following are the winners:  Horse Races  Half mile open running race���������.... .  1st, Hans Richter;  2nd, Wm. Tobasket.  Saddle Horse Race���������  :    1st Ed. Richter's Grey;  2nd. H. Brewer.      -  Lady's horse race���������      {  .:-^sty:'MIss.:.Viblet.Kitj)y,'.  2nd Miss Alice Innis.  Athletic Sports.  Fat Men's Race���������  .1st P. Bromley;  . i,   2nd, D. Wade.  100 Yard Dash���������  1st,' H. Brewer;  2nd, Bert Irwin;  Hop, Step & Jump���������Thos. Tobasket.  There was not time, to play out.the  baseball game between, local nines  made up of Keremeos players and men  of the railway construction gangs.  In the evening a dance was held in  the school house,-at; which there was  a good attendance, and the event went  off in the usual satisfactory manner  which characterizes such functions in  Keremeos.  though the rules state that if a pitcher  delays more .than 20 secondscbalIs shall  be called on him.  Had Motfc, who pitched the first four  innings, been supported by the Hediey  field as he should have been, Princeton  would not have gained the lead which  helped them through. After the  change was made, in strengthening  the infield and changing pitchers,  Hediey gained up in spite of the  umpire handicap, and dining this portion of the game played some good  ball. The score at the end of the  fourth inning was 8 to 3 in Princeton's  favor. <>  HORSE  RACES.  A match nice was run on a bet between George Cawston's sorrel and  George Aldous' bay, which was won  by Cawston's sorrel. Austin Henderson rode the sorrel and proved himself  a jockey of theiirst water.  Another race was won by" Cawston's  bay in match race with Winkler's bay  HILL ANSWERS SHAUGHNESSY,  Has Other Uses for his Canadian  Line  Than That of Branch for  Great Northern  St.    Paul,  May 22.- James J. Hill  said to-day that his object in  building  a transcontinental line through  Canada does not contemplate a diverting  of the trade to the United States, and  he has no intention of building up American ports at the expense of Canada.  At a banquet at Quebec on  Saturday,  Minister of Justice Charles Fitzpatrick  and President   Sir  Thomas Shaugh-  nessy of the   Canadian 'Pacific  were  quoted as saying that Mr. Hdl's Canadian projects will divert traffic across  the line to American poi ts.   Mr. Hill  added:   "'If it  -were,    our    intention  to haul Canadian products to American  ports would it  be necessary to construct a new east and west line ?   We  would be able, to do that with our present lines,  and    would   not have   to  spend $30,000 for terminals at Winnipeg.   Nor do the people of-the Northwest look upon it in that way.   When  the time comes the records will show  what we  are doing.   Who does the  business of Canada belong to ?   It belongs, of course, to the people of Canada.   If the Canadian Pacific and. the  Grand Trunk Pacific   want the business east of 'Winnipeg they can have  it, but we do not propose   to   put all  our eggs in one  basket.  Baseball Game.  S       Carl Halrslne  l*/\rj*/\*sr\,trJ\^/\^/*/\*jJ\*sJ\^J\*r*\*/*\*s*\*f  Victoria Day couldn't be overlooked  in Fairview. In the afternoon, W.  Arnott of Okanagan Falls came in  with his fine concert gramaphone  and gave an open air concert al Sain  Hine's store.  Several parties went pic-nicing to  Vaseaux and Osoyoos Lakes.  Messrs Malone, Boone, Lee, Parkinson and Bromley went out to Kamloops (in Monday's stage, where they  are to appear on the 30th in the civil  case, Malone vs Sinclair.  Miss Hazel McKenzie is visiting Mrs  Parkinson.  Miss Pauline Campbell is visiting  Miss Ethel Bromley of Keremeos.  Miss Campbell was escorted over by  the Rev. A. H. Cameron.  Walter Gillespie of Okanagan Falls  was in town a few days last week on  court business.  A force of men is now at work on  Bichtor's fences south of bore.  Although the day was warm and  finu in Fairview on the 24th a. little  snow was seen.  The construction of a large dam at  the Park Ranch is now under way with  A. Piper manager.  Miss Jessie Phelps has gone to Penticton, where she expects to remain  for some time.  AT PRINCETON.  A large gathering assembled to' witness the ball game between Princeton  and Hediey. This was the return  match between the clubs, the former  match having been won by Hediey on  a score of 17 to 6, arid as an illustration  of the glorious uncertainty of the  game, the fates this time decided  against Hediey, although the score  was much closer, being 14 for Princeton and 13 for Hediey. The fielding  of the Hediey team, particularly in  the first part of the game, was execrable, and this was allowed to continue too long before the necessary  changes were made to remedy it.  The Hediey players, one and all,  complain very bitterly against the  umpire, who they consider deliberately  took the game from them. The specific  cases of which they complain (1) That  the pitcher's box was placed four feet  farther away from the home-base than  the distance prescribed in the rules.  This they complained of at the beginning and wore told by McDonald of  the Princeton team that he had measured it and that it was correct. After  the game they measured for themselves and found it four feet too long.  (2)   The   delivery    of   the    Princeton  pitcher was illegal, but the umpire  refused to compel him to abide by the  rules, although both Hediey pitchers  were conforming. (3) Strikes were  called on Hediey batsmen that' were  above their heads, and by this means  tliey were compelled to strike at balls  beyond reasonable! reach. (4) The  umpire admitted that he had money  Ix'.t on the game. (5) He allowed the  Princeton pitcher to kill time and rest  during the progress (if an inning, al-  The best exhibition of baseball that  has been seen in Hediey this year was  played on Sunday between the town  and the Daly Reduction Co. employees.  This divided the players of the Hediey  baseball;.first. nine about evenly and  the balance of players were picked out  from among those who were old players- but have not been practising with  the club.  Bright, snappy ball was played for  eight innings, when the score stood  4 to 2 in favor of the town. Rain  came on before the last innings was  finished and by a wild throw, due in  part to the wet. the town got in three  more runs, making the score 7 to 2.  The players were :  Mill���������Brule, Mott, Dennison, Allen,  Bragg, Cootes, Nelson, G. Bowerman  and B. Bowerman.  Town���������Messenger, Irwin, Watson,  Henderson, McDermott, Abies, Jamie-  son, Rose and Rotherham.  E. D. Boeing umpired the game  stz-ictly according to rules, and held  the scales of justice evenly to a hair.  The game was thoroughly enjoyed by  both sides and was a most valuable  practice.    ������fc   :   TRIAL OF THE TRAIN ROBBERS  Neil MgFadden  Identifies His Horse.���������  Trial Will Not be Completed Before  To-night or To-morrow���������Thirty  Witnesses To Be Examined.  The trial of the train robbers began  at Kamloops on Monday before Mr.  Justice Irving. It was believed that  there would be no difficulty to get  Dunn or Calhoun to turn King's evidence, if it were necessary to obtain  tlieir evidence! to secure the conviction  of Miner, but the Crown had the case  so well in hand and the. chain of evidence so complete that the testimony  of any of the nobbers themselves  would'seem to be .superfluous.  One of the horses which the robbers  had was identified by Neil McFadden  as the one borrowed by Dunn from  him.  Properties Bonded.  During his visit to Hediey last week,  Mr. F. R. Hediey bonded the Toronto  and Galena mineral claims from Peter  Scott. It is hoped that in this transaction Mr. Hediey has something more  definite in view concerning development work than he had in the case of  the Rollo, in which he procured an  interest in the early rla-vs of the Camp..  Mr. and Mrs. Lyall. of Princeton,  drove in on Tuesday to meet Mrs.  Lyall's brother, Rev. Canon Tremayne  of Mimico, Out., who came in on Tuesday's stage.  WALL STREET ON  HILrSPROJECTS  No Doubt As To Immediate  Intention of Completing  Connection from Winnipeg to Coast.  DISBELIEVES SERIOUS FIGHT  With C. P..R.���������And Gives Some Reasons  for Disbelief ��������� Spokane Expects a  Visit  1 (Spokesman-Review)  New York,- M*iy 21. ��������� Wall street  comment on the proposed Hill line in  Canada is still cynical. It is now,  however, recognized that the road is  likely to "be built and built quickly.  The cynicism centres around Mr.  Hill's statement that there are to be  no bonds and no favors. It is supposed to forecast tlie flotation of another $30,000,000 of Great Northern  stock to stockholders at par, with  rights worth about $30 per share.  Wall street refuses to believe that  the Hill policy calls for a new independent line. - It is also plain that the  western division of the new road is  to be the Great Northern's own railway J-namely, the V., V. & K. In view  of this it is not believed that the new  line will be anything but a branch of,  the Great Northern.  The' 'thing is figured, out into a  threat against the Canadian Pacific  railway, but no one in the Canadian  Pacific camp seems to care very much.  Day after'day the Canadian Pacific  stock is dull and quiet, but strong.  There is no selling.  It is figured that at least one out of  every   two   of   the   Great  Northern  stockholders   in  England   is   also   a  stockholder of the Canadian Pacific,  and  there' is .^natural "inference that  the Great Northern president is not  going to try to ci'eate havoc up north.  It is dollars, to doughnuts that if he  were he would not have the iirdeut  support of, for instance,. Lord Strath- <  cbna, brie of his biggest and staunchest  stockholders.   The Barings of London  would not supportaii ardent campaign  against the Canadian Pacific.  The speculatiori'in'Wall street circles  about this matter, it will be seen,  takes a. queer bias. It is found quite  impossible to think of Hill without  also thinking of the English banks  and bankers and the. Bankof Montreal.  It is remembered by the old timers -���������  that when Wall street turned its broad  back on J. J. Hill and his dreams���������  away back in the 70s���������it was Strath-  cpna���������then plain Smiffh���������who came to  his help arid made the Great Northern  a possibility.  Now, with a new railway in his  head, and with Hill an old man, it is  not reckoned among the probabilities  that he is acting without the counsel  and approval of Strathcona and his  Bank of Montreal. Therefore, says  Wall street, "there is no fight."  A suppressed air of expectancy pervades the Great Northern offices in  Spokane over the looked-for arrival  soon of President James J. Hill. Spokane officials look for a message over  the wires any hour of the day or night  to the effect that Mr. Hill has left St.  Paul.  A proposed recent visit was cancelled because of the sudden illness of  Mrs. Sladen, a daughter of the magnate. She has so far improved that  her present condition presages a speedy  recovery. As her indisposition was  what prevented the visit to the coast  of Mr. Hill, his employes now look for  him to leave the Twin Cities any day. ^^'.taez^fcp&TSis^titttt^&j^  THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   MAY    31,    1906.  !y  *&���������!&  ������V  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  >.������������������! on Thursdays, by the Hhim.kv Ga/.kttb  I'llIXTINU AN1> I'L'III.lSlll.S'0 Co.MI'ANV,  Limited.'  nt Hediey.  I J. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year   Six Months....  .'.$2.1X1  ...  1.(10  Advertising Rates  Measurement, li! linos to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of linprovoinentctc.,  S7.00 for 00-day notices, iinrt ������5.(10 for 30-day  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceed lug one  inch. Si.01) for one'insertion, 25.. cents for  each subsequent insertion.. Over one incli,  10 cents i)er line for, first insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients, payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month.  ������1.25;  over I inch and np to 4 inches, $1.00;  perinehpermonth. To constant advertisers-  taking- larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will bo given of reduced  charge:-:, based on size of space and length  of time.  'Advcvtu-'idineuts will be changed once' every  month if advertiser desires, -without any extra  charge. For changes.oftener than once a month  the '"price-of conipositi'-"   will be charged at  ' regular,rates.  '  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in tlie oflicc by noon on Tuesday to secure'  attention for that week's issue. '       '1  A   MEGRAW,    ' ���������'.. i  Managing Editor.  C. P. R. Our interests are too  much at stake tp;.. permit us to  rest easy while matters effect-,  mjj'.pur material well-being for  all time to come, may be sacrificed through lassitude or indifference. If 'Mr. Ross has made  any move in our behalf, either  by word or deed, since the 27th  of April, the people of Hediey  don't know anything about it  and they ought to know for on  the 7th of May tlie mail from  Hediey took out letters to Duiir  can Ross containing resolutions  from the Board of Trade and  public meeting held on. the 5th,  to he presented by Mr. Ross to  the Minister of Railways and  the Railway Commission, but  not even an acknowledgment  of receipt of them has yet been  received.  I twatKTn?rm-zm.xx,  Vm  Full Moor  10th.  Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, the-  President of the Canadian Pacific has returned, from England  land has taken, part in.  several  j banquets since lie arrived'.    The  return of Sir Thomas was' looked  forward-tp as likely to. prove an  j important event, in that an an-'  i noun cement of the  Company's  ;j-building programme was expec-  ! ted.    Thus far it would appear  that   his   health, is, good,   his  digestion* excellent and banquets j  NOTICE:.  Certificate of ImpfaVcmcnts.  COPPER PLATE liiitieriil claim, situate in  Osoyoos Mining Division of Vale District.  Where located :   In Camp Hediey  TAKE -NOTICE that I, Ainsley Megraw,  Free Miner's Certitieate No B75I221, agent  for Sydney M. Johnston,Eroo,Minor'* Cortilicatc" No Hill 108, intend sixty days from  the date hereof. . to .apply to the .Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.. ' ' ������������������      ���������  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements,  bated this 30th day of March. A. D.  liXHi.  11-!)  NOTICE.  1900  MAY  1900  Sun. Afton. Tucs. Wed. This. Fri. Sat.  o  :i  13     U  20     21  2  9  1(5  1  s  15  22     28     21  29     30     31  10  17  4  11  18  25  o  12  19  26  uuite.to his liking.    He is  also'  voluble of speech but his utter- jc ,1,]m^  The people of Hediey are at a  loss to understand why nothing  is given out from Ottawa to indicate that any attention has  been   paid   to   the   resolutions  passed here on May 5th and forwarded to Duncan  Ross  M. P.  for presentation to the Minister  of Railways and Canals and to  the  members  of   the   Railway  Commission.     No  acknowledgment has-even come from Mr.,  Ross that he had received them  -a circumstance which would in  itself be considered  rather remarkable  were  it not   known  that lack of persistency had always been Mr. Ross' failing in  dealing with matters which he  may consider of minor importance but which may be regarded   otherwise   by  those  whose  material interests are at stake.  Last year Hediey wanted various   things   from  the  Government at Ottawa and. asked for  them through Mr. Ross. Among  these  may be mentioned telephone   connection   with   the  Boundary and also mail communication with the Boundary.  Mr. Ross duly presented the petitions, but that is as far as the  thing  ever  got, and  when  he  was written afterwards concerning it he replied curtly and almost petulantly that these maters had been presented  to the  Ministers.    Now the mere presentation  of a matter to   the  head of a department is no good  unless it is pressed.     Last year  the Gazette had occasion to refer to this feature and we want  to bring it to Mr.  Ross's  notice  again   so  plainly  that  he will  not fail to understand it.     The  Gazette  does not   regard   Mi'.  Ross  as  the  representative  of  the Liberals alone in Yale-Cariboo, but of the whole  constituency,  Liberals and    Conservatives alike, and this paper has  always been  prepared  to  give  him fit 11  credit  for  everything  he lias done for his constituents.  The mere presentation ofa matter, we repeat, is not sufficient.  A.  representative   to   properly  guard the interests of  his  constituents must be insistent and  persistent,  and instead  of the  single presentation of a matter  to the head of a department, it  may be advisable to keep after  that department every'twenty-  f our hours.     Mr.   Ross  maybe  fonder of grandstand plays but  it is the player who works as  hard in an obscure corner of the  field as he does before the grand  stand who wins the game for  his side.   Now Hediey is in dead  earnest concerning this matter  between the V. V."& B. and the  ances are more reniaivkable for  what he neglects to say than  for 'airy thing that he has said.  He is so busy with his opinions  about what Mr. Hill is going to  do that he forgets to get down  to any facts about what the C.  P. R. is going to do. The people are not particularly interested in Sir Thomas' opinions a-  bout what Mr. Hill is going to  do, but they are very much interested in what Sir Thomas  could tell them, if he wanted to,  about what the C. P. R. intends  to dp. It would be a thoughtful  act on the part of some of the  ban quetters to draw Sir Th bmas'  attention to this little oversight  on his part which has led him  to thus side-step this one vital  point in which the Similkameen  is most interested. With C. P.R.  surveyors at Hediey pretending  that they are going to build and  by that pretence keeping the V.  V. & E. from building, it is a trifle  trying on the patience to read  Sir Thomas' post-prandial efforts at these banquets and note  how careful he is to avoid committing himself to any promise  of building.  THIS half-yearly mooting of the Hoard of Licence Commissioners for H. K. Yale, will be  held'at the Government Olliee, Fairview, on  Friday. 'Juno loth, to. consider the following  applications for Liquor-Licences:  T. McAulcy.   H-.uuil Hotel,   Bcavcrdcll,   6  months, renewal. ,  ' ..Gorman West, -Bull Creek Hotel, Bull Creek,  Ii months, renewal.'.  (i. O.-Guise, Wustbridgc Hotel, 'Wcstbridge,  6 months, renewal.  .'.���������IT.   I'ittenrtrigh,   Rock  Creek  Hotel,   Rock  Creek, (5 months, .renewal, .'"''���������  C. H.  Thomas, Thomas- Hotel,  Myncastcr,  (5months, renewal:.   ���������  '   U. G.- Sidley, Mountain View Hotel, ��������� Sidley,  .12 months, renewal.  C. Itieh'te'r, Osoyoos Hotel, Osoyoos, 0months,  renewal. ��������� ���������������������������   i.  H.  Jones. .Golden Gate Hotel, Fairview,  (5  months, renewal.   :������������������-���������- .  13. Mo,vris, Miners Hopu;, Fairview, (i months,  renewal.   ��������� ' '<?   '  M.Sullivan,   Fairvicw Hotel,   Fairview.  (>  months, renewal. ������������������'."-.'' .  '  .1. Keith, Central Hotel, Kevcmcbs, (i months,  renewal..  G.   Kirby,   Keren ioos   Hotel,   Keremeos,   6  months; renewal. -���������  G. Shursou, Olalla Hotel, Olalla, 6 months,  renewal:     - ..'  . -  ���������(,*.'   NEW.'       .   ��������� ���������  '.  Mary Blyth, ������������������ Bly th wood Hotel, Wcstbridge,  Brid esyiho Hotel, Bridesvillc,  BANK OF  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  .  Capital���������$4,866,666.   .,  :        V;   '     HEAD OFFICE IN-,; CANADA,^  ' IL STIKEMAN, General "Manager'"':''"' " '  Reserve���������$2,141,333."  .. -   JMOXTREAI,   ���������;':^:':\  t> KLMSLY;; Su'pt of Branches  , BANKING BY MAIL-A< counts  of  ���������-- --'special attention. Deposits can bemnde through thcinail  thereto and withdrawn at any Jino.    A General Bankin  ... ;   noted.  parties living at a ��������� distance  bo'-     ���������    '  receive our  and sums added  K Business Trans-'  Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  L Hediey Branch,     -     L. G. riacHAFFlE, Acting Manager  CO!^C������COCC0CC<������O000pO0CCCCC00CCCCO0OSCO00CCO3<  NOTICE.  I). MoBridc,  12 months. ..-:���������  It. B. VENNEKi    .'- .,.  Chief Licence Inspector.  Fairview, May 23rd, 1006. ��������� .''"���������������������������  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days after  date I intend to apply to the Honorable,  the'Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,  for permission to purchase 120 acres, more or  less, situated in the Similkameen Division of  Yale District, i Commencing at a point at the  North west corner of L. X. Ritchie's land, applied to purchase, thence cast 20 chains to Dog  Lake, thence north along Dog Lake 00 chains,  thence west to Indian Reserve line, thence  south along Indian Reserve line to point of  commencement.-  WW. Ritchie. Ju.   .  -���������������������������Per-Jus. Ritchie, Agent.  Dated at Summerland, May 12,190(5.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  CAMP REST and ALICE mineral claims situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  vale District. Where located : In Camp  Hediey.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Ainsley Megraw,  , agent for George H. Cab ill, free miner's  certificate No. B75KH4, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certilicatc of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown "Grants of the  above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before issuance  of such Certificate of'Tmproveincnts.  Dated this 10th day of April, 15)06 14-!)  Hats asMiCans  ���������'- ,.:ji.-'- '<'��������� : -������������������������������������'~.'--'-���������-.'���������'..-. '������������������ ���������: ;' -..-,'..;.-:...  NefektJes  .Ifaftcy. Shirts _    ^  Collars ai\d Cuffs  Light Underwear  Clothes Renovated,  and Repaired  Pressed  Campbell &  Sill ������ I*   Hediey,B.C.  NOTICE.  THE POXTIAG COPPER MINES. LIMITED  (Xon-personal liability) hereby gives notice that it intends after three months from  the date hereof to apply to the Lieutenant-Governor for an Order-in-Couneil changing the  name of the said Company to the '" Keremeos-  Pontiac Mines, Limited," (Xon - personal  liability).  Dated at Rossland, B. C. 23rd May 18011.  19-3m  WM, H.  DAXBY  Skchtahv  LOST.  ON or about the 1st day of May, in Hediey or  on the   way between the Humming-bird  mine and  Hediey,  A. S. B. on one side.  a watch  charm  lettered  Finder kindly leave same at Gazette oflicc  and be suitably rewarded.  18-2  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAY'S from date lintend to apply to  . the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase 1(50 acres of  land in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District,  described as follows: Commencing at the  S K. corner of the west A of east A of section 21,  township 85, being pre-emption No. 2251, running thence 40 chains east; thence'40 chains  north ; thence 40 chains west: thecc 40 chains  south to point of commencement.  Okanagan  ANDREW HAMILTON  Falls.March 31, 11)06. 12-9  NOTICE  SIXTY DAY'S-AFTER DATE I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase 160 acres  of land described as follows: Beginning at a  post marked M. Daly's northwest corner, thence  running 40 chains south, 40 chains cast, 40  chains north, 40 chains west to point of commencement and being southwest \ of section 2!)  township 54. ���������  Keremeos, B. C. .April 21st, lSKXi.  16-n ' M. DALY  CAME to my ranch about two  years ago  a  dapple grey horse about 000 lbs, branded .y,  on right shoulder,        ��������� .  Owner can have animal by proving property  and paying all expenses in connection with the  same. If not claimed within 30 days, will be  sold.  Ai.heut Dai.uy'jH'i.k, Fairview, B. C.  18 1  NOTICE  *TTHE regular semi-annual meeting of the  r- Board of Licence Commissioners for the  Nicola Licensing District, will be held in the  Government Oflicc, Princeton, on Friday, June  15th, at 3 o'clock p.m., to consider the following  applications for liquor licences:  TKAN'SKEKS.  H. W. Yates of Commercial Hotel, Hediey.  to Ambrose McDermott of Hediey.  H. S. Cleasby, Coulteo House, Coultec, to  Joseph Richard.  Alice James, Granite Creek Hotel, Granite  Creek, to Chas. DeBarro.  RENEWALS.  Jos. Richard. Contlee House. Coutlec.  Jno. A. Lundy, Otter Flat Hotel, Tulamecn  City.  Chas. DeBarro, Granite Creek Hotel, Granite  Creek.  Geo. McCoskery, Tulamecn Hotel, Princeton.  James Wallace, Princeton Hotel. Princeton.  Jno. H. Jackson. Hotel Jackson, Princeton.  Goldsborough   &   Worgan,    Allison   Hotel,  Allison."  Jno. Cosgrove, Park Hotel, Similkameen City.  Gibbon & McDonald, Hotel Hediey, Hediey.  Herring and Winkler, Grand Union Hotel,  Hcdloy.  August Jackson, New Zealand Hotel, Hcdloy.  Peterson Bros., Gt. Northern Hotel, Hediey.  Arab. McDermott, Commerial Hotel, Hediey.  " Hotel Similkameen, Hediey.  W.m. C. McLean, Aslinola Hotel, Aslinola,  Hugh Hunteh.  Acting Chief Licence Inspector.  Princeton, May 20th, 1906.  NOTICE.  "NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days  ^ from date I intend to apply to the Hon.  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the following des-  orihed land situated west of Dog Lake : Coin--  nieiicing at a post at the northeast corner of A.  B. Laurence's pre-emption No. 3801, running  thence north along shore of Dog Lake 80 chains  thence west 10 chains, thence south SO chains,  thence cast to point of commencement.  MARGARET MAY RITCHIE  Per .IAS. RITCHIE, Agent  Dated at .Summerland this  FIRST-CLASS  IN  EVERY  RESPECT  SIMILKAMEEN  We have  received t>he largest, and best, assorted stock  of Liquors that, has  ever come into   t>he Similkameen  Scotch  Canadian Ryes  Usher's Black Label  Seagram's 83  House of Lords  Canadian Club  House of Commons  -   Gooderham & Worts  Black and White  ' American  Caledonia Liqueur  Hunter's Baltimore Rye  John Dewar & Sons .  Old Hermitage Burbon  Lemp's   St.   Louis   Beer.  McDermott (& McArthur  Proprietors   .  11-5)  0th day of April, 100(5  NOTICE   AFTER PATH, I  intend to  v-3 apply to the Chief Commissioners of Lands  and Works to purchase 100 acres of land described as follows : Beginning at a post marked  G. 11. A.'s southwest corner, thence running  10 chains east, thence 40 chains north, thence 10  chains west, thence 10 chains south to point of  commencement and covering the southeast A of  the southeast V of section 25 township 52 and  the northwest I of the N. \V. i of sec 2!) town-  slim 51.  .Keremeos, March 31st. 100(5  15-5) G. M. ALLISON  NOTICE  C1XTY DAYS AFTER  vj   apply to the Chief C(  to  apply to the Chict commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase 1(50 acres  of land in the Similkameen Division of Yale  District situated as follows: Commencing at a  postmarked "M. K" and running in a zigzag,  northerly direction on the west line of lot 292  for 40 chains thence west 40 chains, thence-  south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains.  D. Gillespie,  Walter Gillespie,  per  15-5)   Dated April 19th 15)06  agent.  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  jl ns v^cnxrcxi  TWEDDLE ������> REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I intoncl to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works to pnrehase the following described  lands situate in the Similkameen Division of  Y'ale district and described as follows : Starting at a post marked J. P. G's N. E. corner set  at the N. W. corner of Lot 2467. thence south 20  chains, thence west 20 chains, thence north 20  chains, thence east 20 chains to point of commencement and containing 40 acres more or  less.  . Keremeos, April 19th, 190(5.  16-9 J. P. GORDON  NOTICE  OIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend to  w apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and \V orks for permission to purchase 160 acres  of land described as follows: Beginning at a  post marked T. Daly's southeast corner, thoneo  north 40 chains, west 40 chains, south 40 chains  cast 40 chains to point of commencement and  being southwest A of southeast \ of section  and southeast i of southwest J of section  township 52.  Keremeos, B. C,. April 21st, '06.  16-9 T. DALY,  Per E. M. DALY, Agent; THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   MAY .31,   1900.-  3  Town and District.  Miss Lizzie Chilson of Loomis,' is  visiting her sistei-', Mrs Frank: Logsden.  Mr. and Mrs. Hediey of Nelson returned eastward last Friday after  spending a few weeks at Hediey.  . ��������� Messrs Fred Richardson, representing the Ames Holden Co,, and W. A.  Armstrong of the Henderson Drug  Co., came in on Monday.  :-'���������;> Miss Ford spent Sunday in Hediey,  this being the first tiiiie; that she has  been able to get down since the tramway quit carrying passengers^  Mr. Frank Logsden, sawyer for the  Hediey Lumber Co., will reside in  Hediey having moved into the white  cottage belonging to Coldwell on the  eastern addition,  The C. P. R. surveyors moved their  quarters on Monday from the Hotel  Similkameen toBradshji.w's to be more  convenient to their work which is at  present further south.  . Harry and Burns Bowerman are  doing development work for Duncan  ."Woods on the Greenwood mineral  claim, which a good many arc of  opinion is going' to bo one of the  winners.  Messrs Arthur Weeks and J. McGinn of Vernon were in town last  week. Mr. Weeks is in the Government" telephone service and was having an eye to condition of the line in  this vicinity.  . Rev. D. F. Smith, B. A. held Presbyterian service in Fraternity Hall on  Sunday evening last. This being the  first Sunday following Victoria Day  the sermon was patriotic in tone and  dealt largely with all that the day is  '    meant to commemorate.  ; Fred Wells came in last week and it  is generally understood that..he .is  making arrangements .to resume development work on the Kingston.  With railway connection so near realization there is now more encourage-  ��������� ment to lay out money in development. -  Messrs. Gilbert and Ewart are getting their camp in order on Sixteen  Mile, preparatory, tt) starting in on  development work on the Jumbo  group, consisting of the Jumbo, Dipper and Orpyo.-.'.,: It is expected that  , they will w.ork about 6 or 8 men. and  sink to a depth of 300 feet.  Mr. Edwards, .mining expert from  Butte has put in a busy time sampling the workings of the Nickel  ���������.Plate and other properties of the Daly  Reduction Co. All the workings-.received a thorough sampling and when  Mr. Edwards gets through with the  job, he will have a pretty accurate  idea of the value of the enormous ore  reserves now blocked out in the mine.  Major Anderson returned from the  Weston Thursday and took Friday's  stage for the Boundary en route for  St. Paul. The Major was very guarded so far as reference to the situation  at Hediey was concerned, but it could  be seen that he had a mighty small  opinion of the tactics.*, of the C. P..R.  and their breach of faith with reference to examination of station grounds  at Hediey.  Neil McFadden who has been working at Princeton for a few months was  subpoenaed as a witness on the train  robbei-s' case at Kamloops last week.  It appears that his; pony had got into  bad company and figured as an accessory both a little before and after the  fact. Neil had loaned him to Billy  Dunn, and he turned up as one of the  horses which the robbers had at the  time they committed the offence.  Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crawford left on  Wednesday for the coast, after a stay  in Hediey of some seven or eight  months, during which time they mode  many warm friends. While Mr.  Crawford is secretary of the Daly Reduction Co., he has for several years  been auditor for the various corporations controlled by the Daly Estate  through the west and doubtless will  have his hands full for a time with  work that has been accumulating during his enforced stay in Hediey. Until his return, Mr. Smith, the Company's accountant in Hediey will have  control of the business end here, and  will look after the finances. Mrs.  Crawford will be missed by the many  warm friends which she made during  her stay. Mr. Lalor, president of the  Daly Reduction Co., accompanied Mr.  and Mrs. Crawford.  A tidy letter-head or bill-head commands attention from those with  whom you do business The Gazette  print-shoo can fit you out in style.  LOST.  ' Mr.'J. C. Lalor left onWednesday'  morning for the coast, after three busy  .weeks around the mines and works of  the Yale Mining-Co. and Daly Reduction Co. 'After'leaving here Mr. Lalor  intended taking in other points in the  west where there are large interests of  the Daly, estate." He was intending to  go to Great Falls, Montana, which  would be more directly reached by  Great Northern from Midway, but,  not relishing the hard trip by stage  via Oroville, Molson and Ghesaw,  where the travel is much congested,  he concluded to go by Seattle instead.  Mr. Lalor will probably be; back some  time in July and by that time the  Great Northern rails will probably be  nearer than,the distance to   Penticton  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the leadings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending May 28th : ' ���������  AT THIS MINE.  Maximum  :.      49    ..  ���������47  48  49  55  55  -10  Rainfall for week .79 inches  Snowfall    2.  HEtVLEV  May 20  21  22  23  21  25  20  Minimum  32  32  31     '  32  32  39  30  AT THE  MILL.  Maximum  -20  .21  22  23  21  25    .      ..  26  Slight rainfall.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  Tt  Furniture!  Furniture!  Furniture!  REVELY'S  STABLE  Our stock of Furniture, is. now  nearly complete and we invite  inspection by all those who require  anything in this line. ,  I r o n B e d s  $13, $15, $17.50, $25 and $28  Including best grade of Springs.  i  I  I  Try  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  ..Medley Mem Market..  \Jii6HiHiilui6iliidi6iO\liidHiHiif/HiHiHiHi  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        -.:        ::        ::  /|i /n (n /������> if) <|\/|\ fl) /|) /n /������) /n /������>/������) /������/������/n /p /������\  H. H. /Vlessenger  M. McA.UL.EY -       Local flanager  st .������  When  Choosing  try  a Hotel  r\N SUNDAY. May 27th, between Hedloy  v' and Nickel Plato Mine, on lower trail by  Camp Kest, a 30-30 rifle with ease and a hunting  knife and belt Five dollars will bo awarded  tho finder on returning articles to the Great  Northern Hotel, Hcdlcy.  When   writing    Advertisers,  Mention the Gazette.  Please  Northern  A NEW HOUSE CONTAINING MORE BED  BOOM ACCOMMODATION THAN ANY  OTHER IN TOWN.  TABLE AND BAR  K I R S T - C L A S S.  HATES     MODERATE.  S     PETERSON BROS.  &. LIND     S  J- Proprietors m  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market. .  ..  The V. V. & E. Railway Station will lie in the  centre of the town.  Now is the time to get your lots, before the first  train comes up the valley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre lots all around town site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,   ffnst a few  left.   Now is the time to double your money.    . ,.  For Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  J. J. Armstrong, Manager.  ToymXotm-r  n  i, 2 and 3 Acre.  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  MGDOUQall & GO'S  LIVERY, FEED S SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������ALSO-  Xfie'mdte erjgino) fosnJnx^Zrcc filch-  iu^5,*rtntfl8ne8 on Zinc ur (fopperw  (Dur wfk i?;slrtcl������u ftraf*c\iMv^  ������ur prices are "leaoer fertfie same-*  gualiiy of .ararfe tnan e4taea>We v* * #  .SWt take our a>er2 far il \*if&erih its a  trial ardsri?)*&rLe plates prove ii t-Wv*  3RIT/SIf COLUMBIA  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Good Horses and Bigs'and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  WHEN   ANSWERING   ADVERTISERS,    MENTION   THE    GAZETTE THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,   MAY   31,   1906.  EMINENT EDUCATIONIST  Alexander Robinson,   Superintendent of  Education for B. C. Visits Hediey.  His Views on Working  of New Act  Mr.   Alexander Robinson,   Snperin-  .tendent of Education for '.British  Columbia \isifed Hediey last Aveek.   He  came in on Thursday's stage,and remained uutil.Saturday'uibruitlg when  lie left for Princeton on his   way out  via Spence's Bridge.    The present .trip  was not undertaken for any special  mission in connection   with   any particular school in the district but was  partly an outing, to be relieved  from  the long strain  and   grind   of office,  work, which has kept him   so closely  occupied for several years.   This  was  liis  first trip   through   the.   Interior  since the fall of 1899 and it was his  first .visit- 'into -'the-   Similkameen.  AVhile in Hediey he visited the school,  looked over the site for the new .school*  -".and'familiarized himself with the situ-  '    ation.   He was    most favorably- impressed   with  the    Similkameen  and  would have been .much -more so had he  been able to visit the-mine, hut the unsafe condition of the tramway made it  undesirable, for him to take the  trip.  He came in by way. of .'Vernon and  to the News he stated that the railway  developments to the south were .bringing   in   their   train  such decided  increases in population, that' there were  certain to be many demands for new  schools, and he wished, on his present  trip,   to  familiarize  himself with the  actual conditions,   so   that he   could  deal intelligently with such demands.  He wished also to acquaint himself, as  far as was possible in.a hurried visit,  with the manner in which the work of  - the schools was being carried onv  ":'���������''  Asked as to what was the result of  his inspection, the Superintendent did  not care to be quoted, as such impressions gathered during a flying visit  could not he regarded as final and  authoritative. ���������  Mr. Robinson expressed "himself as  delighted with the country, which had  developed in a very marked manner  since his last visit to the Okanagan  some seven years ago. Everywhere,  there were signs of progress, which  promised a very bright future for  every part of the valley. The district  was growing very rapidly, the call for  new schools keeping- steady pace with  the increase of population.  Questioned with regard to the working of the new School Act, the Superintendent stated that the change was  meeting with acceptance in many districts, the people appreciating the reasonableness of such a step. A'comparison of tlie resources of some rural  municipalities with those of some  cities would illustrate very strikingly  the unfairness of the Government paying the whole cost of education in the  former, while the greater part of the  educational burden was cast upon the  - latter. A'rich district like the Delta,  for example, could,much better afftnd  to provide for its educational  needs  ��������� than a very large proportion of the  smaller cities. It certainly was not  equitable that Spa.lhunch.ecn, with its  tax rate of five mills on the dollar,  should have its. schools provided for  by the .Government, while Vernon,  with a rate of 29 mills, received comparatively slight aid.     Before the- re-  ��������� cent- change, British Columbia was  the only province where, all the cost of  ��������� education in rural districts was borne  '-'" by   the   central  government.     Nor  could the new act prove a hardship in  poor sections,   as   these   latter   were  still provided for by the Department.  Mr. Robinson was asked whether a  mistake   had   not been  made  in  not  making the. government grant conditional upon the payment of a minimum  salary to teachers, as had been  done  recently  in  the new  Ontario  School  A^ti and his attention was directed to  'the deplorably small  salaries prevailing in Nova Scotia and other  eastern  ���������'���������'provinces for lack of government regulation.    He replied  that he thought  not.    There was a spirit of liberality  in the west, even among the uneducated   classes,    which    Avould   tend    to  prevent   the    unfortunate   conditions  prevalant in the east.    A general lowering of the salaries had been  feared  by pessimists in   1892, when the coast  cities took charge of their own schools.  But these fears had not been realized.  In fact, the reverse had been the case.  There had been a very substantial increase instead  of a decrease.    Before  that time the highest salary paid was  $90, now it Avas $125.    The fact that  salaries Avould be kept up to a reasonable figure in the 75 assisted schools  paid for by the Government,  a very  respectable proportion out of a total  of 600,  Avould  have its- effect on the  others.     Trustees  would realize that  they Avould have to otter good salaries  PROPERTY  Is A Good, Safe  HEDIEY  And  Make  UAoIIav IS ^ne sw?piy P������ii't f"1' khe Nickel Plate nioun-  ���������BvUIUj tain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest goldmine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects.   It is the inining and business  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  centre of the  Similkameen  the neAv mining district which has already been proven, by a  small amount of development work, to be one of the richest  gold;������������������ copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Raihvay;. and with the advent of this road,  AA'hich is assured iii the near future, it Avill unquestionably  become a large and important city, and town lots Avill bring  big returns on .'money, invested at the present time.  Scott Ave. (main st.)       ... $400 to $600  Other Streets       ... $200 to $400.  ���������    a    ���������    ���������    ���������  ������������������������������������ 1 tllviYlJ>..#������  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  Invest Now  -."'���������.,���������������������������������������������- (  Purchase a few lots before the Railway Coistes'=  For Rcill Particulars, Maps Etc.,  APPLY   TO ���������  The Hediey City Townsite Go'y, Ltd.  HEDLEY, B.C.  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and ilanager,  if they Avished to*retain good teachers.  So far, there had been nothing to  justify any fear of the deterioration of  education through the loAvering of  salaries. In Spallumcheen the lowest  salary paid Avas $60, as against the  lowest Government salary of $50.  Tt was suggested to the Superintendent that there seemed a tendency,  while declaiming against Ioav salaries  for teachers, to neglect steps to insure  that the qualifications of the teacher  should be up to the mark. Mr. Robinson stated that this Avas a difficult  matter to deal with, the value of a  teacher depending oil so much besides  mere scholarship, the only thing that  could readily be tested. The inspectors, hoAvever, were in a. position to.  form definite opinions in this connection, and the. department would arrange that they should hold frequent  consultations with boards of trustees,  avIio Avould otherwise haA'e very little  to guide them in the selection of their  staffs.  To make good bread you  must have good flour.  If  you want the best bread  you must use the best  flour.  Mistaken Identity.  Princeton, Similkameen.  To the Editor of the Hediey Gazette :  Sir: In  your  issue of the. Gazette,  May 47th, you say in reference to the  men   suspected   of   holding-up   the  0. P. R. train, that one, "Billy Dunn,  AA'as'at one time sent up to Kamloops  for   vagrancy,"   also   that   he   loafed  around Hediey.    I think that you are  not Avilfully making a misstatement,  but under a wrong impression, and as  it   niiiv   be  prejudicial  to  my friend  Billy Dunn,  L Avish to make the fol-  loAving   statement.      First,   that   the  man you sent up for vagrancy .is not  the   same   man.     Billy   Dunn   never  "loafed" at Hediey, nor ever Avorked  on  the   Nickel Plate. Mine,  but  Avas  always engaged in prospecting, hunting   or. trapping ��������� always   Avnrking,  never idle���������and   Avas   locator  of   the  mineral claims at Aslinola,  in  which  M. K. Rodgers is interested together  Avith other people in Hediey.    I have  knoAvn -Billy Dunn for tAvelye years,  both at Cariboo and on the Similkameen,   and always kneAV  him as an  honest man.   There A\'as another Billy  Dunn  at Cariboo  avIio   may   be   the  vagrant vou refer to.  AIjUkkt Johnston.  [ The correspondent is quite correct.  It Avas another Dunn avIio avus. sent up  for vagrancy from Hediey about a  year ago.���������Ed.]  st s  -��������� ���������   . -         . - ���������_��������� ��������� -     .-��������� '.-..��������� ���������*  ~~~ ��������� I  I  ������������������������������������������  s  5  st  g.  st  st  i  st  st  st  I  st-  t  st  st  I  The Commerckl Hotel         Hediey,   B.C.     ��������� ��������� ���������  TU7AVING   taken the   management  of  this Avell  knoAvn  house avo Avish to announce to the public that it Avill  be entirely renovated and remodelled with new and modern  improArements. Special attention will be paid the dining room.  The bar Avill be stocked Avith the; very best liquors and cigars.  *'���������  5  I  I  I  if ���������������������������'���������'���������      -S  st ��������� $t  K McDermott <������b McArthur, Proprietors    ������  K -IS  IS THE 1'INEST ELOU-|t MADE.  You can always depend  On it.    Use no other.  : FOR sale by:  SttflTFORDS, LIMITED  netlleij anil Fairview  Cawston 8 Edmond  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, manager.  First  Class  in  Every  Respect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Stage  Line.  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  BOOT &  SHOE MAKER  HEDLE~V, B.C.  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresli Meats  Fisii  Vegetables  ^ AND F  Fruit  Cut Rates on Orders by both .Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.  0  2  0  50  ffl'  HEDLEY,  B. C.  Livery, reea a  STABLES  ESTABLISHED 1903  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying  Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hediey and Princeton  -:0:  Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public. . :        :        :        :  :0:-  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.

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