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 gaastewataraaffcffit^^^  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  (5'     MAY 28 19(  Vol. II.  No. 19.  HEDLEY, BC;, THURSDAY, MAY   24, 1906.  $2;00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  B.  HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO  E. WALKER, General Manager ...        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'I Manager  The Lower School.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN  THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  BANKING   BY  MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch  of the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits  made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid  to out-of-town accounts. ;       :-.-..'  Penticton Branch  J. M. CHRISTIE, Manager.  WILLIAM E. BUKRITT  1IAKKISTER,  SOLICITOR,  XOTABY PUBLIC,  COMMISSIONER,   ISTC.  HEDLEY,  B. C.  CHARLES M. SHAW  Civil .Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  tlEDLEY,  B. C.  R; H. ROGERS,  M.A., U.C.L.  'SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  Edw. G. Warreiv  - Elecftrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B.C.  Estimates Furnished on ant Electrical Project for Power or Light  Great Northern Up North Fork.  (Phoenix Pioneer.)  The announcement conies from  Grand Forks that .lames H. Kennedy,  chief construction engineer for the  V., V. <fc E. railway, who has recently  been at Ottawa to appear before the  railway commission regarding the entering of the town of Hediey, in the  Similkameen, by this line, which the  C. P. R. was opposing, has made the  statement this week that the V., V. &  E. will at once proceed to construct a  branch line of railway up the North  Fork of Kettle River to Franklin  camp. .According-to the information,'  Mr. Kennedy is now in Grand Forks  and is arranging to send parties of surveyors into the North Fork country,  to select the most feasible route.  If the Kettle Valley line continues  with its announced intention to build  up the North Fork, that section will  evidently have several railways, arid  almost 'before it lias a wagon road,-.-/,, 1  i/lr. \V. J. Manery was in  town  on  Monday, and the Gazette interviewed  him further on   the  school   question.  The case for the lower ranchers is even  much stronger than the Gazette was  aware of, for it appears that there are  sufficient, children   of school  age  to  warrant the-establishmeut of a school,  the'number being 13.   The -trouble, at  present is that the old school house, is  not in the proper place.    When Mrs.  Daly's   children   were  going to that  school and also the children  of R. L.  Cawston, the location   of  the. school  was all right, but iiow that Mrs. Daly's  land has been thrown  into the Keremeos   section   and   R.   L.   Cawston's  family has  left,  the available school  population for the lower school  is all  between the old school house and  the  lioundary line, and most of them too  far south to attend the school.    Jn addition to the 13 white children there  are   also four half bleed children who  would  attend/ bringing the number  up to 17, and for this number a  centrally located building should be .authorized by the department.  A YEAR FROM  JEXT FALL  Is the Time Set by. J. J. Hill  to Complete Line Through  to the Coast.  Twenty-Mile Lake.  HILL SPEAKS AT WINNIPEG  Has Faith in Boundless West���������-Work to  Begin on West End Shortly���������Track-  laying to Begin Westward from  Midway on June ist.  OBITUARY.  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B. C.  /HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER & GLADDEN  -:<):  Civil & Mining Engineers  :(>:-  I      yVHINE������ andL  REAL    ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  Death again visited the home of J. T.  Prather, Spring Valley Ranch, on  Thursday,'.May 10th, when Louis, the  second son, died. He had been afflicted with miners' consumption, but the  end was not expected so soon. Deceased was 31 years of age. He was  born, near Cedar Valley, Kansas, and  the family moved to Washington when  he was a year and a half old, mid afterwards to British Columbia.  In the Phillipine war he was an  orderly on the battleship Philadelphia,  and aftei-wards took to milling, taking  an active part in the Western Federation of Miners in Utah. Contracting  miners' consumption, he was advised  to come home. Deceased leaves a  father, mother, brother and three  sisters, Mrs. Travis, Mrs. Graham and  Miss Pearl, to mourn his loss. The  funeral on Friday week was largely  attended, services being held at the  church and at the grave side. He was  always a dutiful son, and keenest  sympathy is extended to the bereaved  family.   ������������������^u������  METEOROLOGICAL.  MR. TURNER IS QUITE SURE.  He  Also Discloses  Identity of Another  Conspirator.  Editor Hedlev Gazette:  Dear Sir:���������With  reference   to an  article appearing in the Similkameen  Star of a recent date, T'wish to repeat  that Mr. Deane, the Star's correspondent,  is  wrong,  and consequently   I  wish    to    reiterate,   every   statement  made in my letter which appeared in  the Star on April 7, 190G.   My remarks  can be substantiated by another gentleman who was with Mr. Shatford and  I at the time this debate was going on.  I have no doubt but that Mr.  Howse  is anxious  to  secure some campaign  ammunition to use against Mr. Shatford, but I feel  that his  efforts will  ���������prove, abortive, as even  the leading  LiberaPpapers-have been loud iii their  praises of Shatford and  MacGowan,  who they claim have saved the country  from all kinds of dire calamities, -and  certainly lack of interest in the .welfare  of his constituents or district is not  one of Mr." Shatford's failings, as it is  doubtful if anv other-members of the  Legislature have worked   harder   for  recognition of the needs of their ridings than he has for his.  Yours truly,  H. A. Turner.  Vancouver, B.C., May 11, 1906.  The following are the readings show-  g   temperature,  etc.,  for tlie  week  ending May 10th :  .at the mink.  Maximum  Minimum  Mav 13  45  30  11  51  34  5  41  29  1(5  38  24  17  53  28  18  54  32  19  52  32  Snowfall 23.5.  Rainfall for week  83 inches  AT  THE MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  13  Gl  12  It  00  11  15  52  10  10  50  11  17  (51)  11  18  70  15  19  00  10  Slight rainfall.  .85  ���������������������-- ~���������-  A number of our citizens have gone  to Princeton to-day with the baseball  team. The ball players will do their  duty and play; the. others will do their  duty and root. A few have gone to  Keremeos to join in the sports with'  our Southern neighbors. Every available rig in town is in commission.  A Dastardly Act.  Last week an act of vandalism was  committed at the slaughter house of  the Hediey Meat Market, a few miles  west of the town, which would qualify  the.  perpetrator for a term   in   New  Westminster.    A couple of beeves had  been killed and strung -up, being left  over night in the slaughter house.   On  going early next morning to bring in  the beef it was found that the carcasses  had been molested, a.nd a considerable  portion   of   the   best   parts   of   them  taken.    The first impression was that  the   theft  was   the  sole cause of  the  outrage, and acting on this theory an  examination of some suspected premises was made but resulted in no discovery of any importance.    The man-1  ner in which the cutting and removal I  had been done, however, looked as if j  the object was not so much to steal as  to destroy, for each quarter touched  was rendered almost useless so far as  disposing of the meat was concerned.  If theft had been the only object, the  thief would most likely have confined  his attention to one of the carcasses  and would have taken the amount he  required, but there was no evidence of  hurry and much evidence of knowing  how to do the most harm.   Should the  guilt be fastened on the proper party  or parties there would be little sympathy lost upon them when given the  punishment  that so base an  act deserves.  Mr. Hill speaking at Winnipeg, said :  "The possibilities of the Canadian  West are almost without limit, and as  a. country makes a city, Winnipeg  must be a great city. There will be as  great a population west of the Red  River in Canada, as in sill the rest of  the Dominion, within a comparatively  short time. Our line in the Far West  from Vancouver, will be through the  Rocky Mountains to the prairies in  one year from this fall. Now that  there is no doubt about other railways  to the East, to carry freight from the  West, our line will be proceeded with  vigorously."  Mr. John Hendry, president of the  V., V. & E., announced that all the  surveys for the V., V. & E. Railway  on the west side, of the Hope Mountains, have now been .completed, and  it is expected that the actual work of  grading will be started within a month.  The rails have been purchased, some  time, but will not be delivered on the  Coast till next September.  Tracklaying has been arranged to  be started westward from Midway on  June 1st. Material is arriving at Midway, and the yard was becoming so  congested that it was found necessary  to open a materials yard at Toroda for  reserve material. The timbers for the  bridges betweeii.Midway and Qroville  are being framed at Midway.  RAILWAY PROGRESS. IN SIMILKAMEEN.  ' The steam shovel which was formerly working at Manery's has been moved further up the valley. The grade  is now constructed all the way from  the crossing of the Similkameen to a  point about two miles from the lower  end of the grade made by Henson's  gang, and as the Henson grade brings  it practically to Keremeos, there is  only a little more than two miles to  build between Keremeos and the crossing. The distance from the crossing  to the boundary line is between three  and four miles,  South of the. boundary line all is  completed to Oroville with the exception of a. few week's work on the Night  Hawk tunnel.  The distance from Oroville to Keremeos is about 12 miles, and of this all  may now be said to be completed except about 0 miles on this side and the  remaining portion of the tunnel on  the other side, with the. exception of  the bridges, which are generally left  until the track-laying is in progress.  The unusually low level to which the  water in Twenty-Milt! Lake had been  pumped this spring, served to disclose  a little more concerning the character  of that body of water. It was generally supposed that the bottom was all  mud and the lake not very deep at any  point, but when the water was pumped  from the outlying ledges that marked  the shore, it was seen that while the.  bottom receded very gradually for a  considerable distance, another margin  or rim was reached from which the  dip was very sharp, making it look ���������  like an' old crater. Another feature  that was observed during the last few  weeks of- pumping was that although  the surface area of the lake had been  diminished to a verv considerable extent, the pump made less impression  on lowering the height of the water,  which would indicate that springs in  the bottom were supplying the deficiency.  During the past few days the rain  and snow has helped out very materially in bringing up the water, although it has to rise several feet yet  before regaining its former level.  GIVEN AN  INCH���������TAKE A MILE.  C. P. R.  Surveyors Here Running New  Lines."  On Saturday night a party of C.P.R.  THE TWENTY-MILE ROAD.  W. C. Bate, Supervisor, Makes Careful  Examination���������Work  Likely To  Be  Begun in a Few Weeks.  Last week, W. C. Bate, road supervisor for the Similkameen District,  arrived in Hediey and spent several  days going carefully over the ground,  with a view to determining the best  route for the wagon road to connect  Hediey with Nickel Plate Mountain  engineers, in charge of A. McMillan;  arrived in Hediey, ostensibly to carry  out the arrangement made by the  Minister of, Railways and Canals't������  satisfy themselves-that they were riot  to be crowded out.of room for station  grounds at Hediey. On Monday morning they began work, but it was scion  apparent that they were not. after  station grounds on their old survey  fyled with the Government seven  years ago at all, butare running a new  locationdine altogether. .  ':" Those of our readers w ho have taken  the trouble to inake themselves conversant with the. location lines of the  two roads in Hediey will be surprised  to know that this new line which the  C. P. R. men are running is intended  to parallel the V., V. &��������� E. track and  to cut in between the V., V. & E. and  the town. '    .     -..  Like the lion and the lamb which  lie down together, with the lamb inside the lion, the' C. P. R. evidently  intends to parallel, the V., V. & E. by  running on top of it. When it is  known that the V., V. &��������� E, line conies  on to smelter flat at its lower end near  the Indian graveyard, its grade being  the level of the flat, and that in order  to land on the flat they have to cut  their roadbed out of the face of a long,  rocky bluff which at this point is  almost perpendicular, how- is it possible for the C. P. R. to get room for  a roadbed between the. V., V.'&��������� E.  and this mountain and land on the  same flat with trains on the same  level? The only way in which it may  be done is by air extra wide roadbed  double tracked, or else have the C. P.  R. tunnel into the mountain and  emerge on the flat out of the mouth  of the tunnel. It is understood that  there is a rule governing the paralleling of roads which prevents one road  coming within 25 feet of another.  It certainly looks as if the C. P. R.  are merely making a fool of the Minister of Railways and Canals, and that  their next step will be to ask time to  negotiate with the V., V. & E. for  some concession, and in this way fool  away   half   the. summer.    From the  and the camps up on the hill.   He was | amount of shilly-shallying which the  accompanied on the trip by I. L. Dear-1 Minister has already been guilty of,  Easter Bonnets all 0. K.  A young lady in town explaining  the other day why ladies were not allowed noAv to ride on the gravity train  way, said that their head-gear wasn't  in order. To prevent any possible  mistake, however, she explained further that it was the trumway's headgear and not the ladies' which was at  fault.  dorf and Paul Brodhagen. They went  up Twenty-Mile canyon and, with the  exception of the first five miles, found  no particular difficulty, while a general  grade of six per cent, is believed to be  obtainable.  Mr. Bate also made a careful examination of the southern route, up the  face of the mountain via Camp Rest,  and will doubtless submit reports and  estimates to the Department of Lands  and Works in which the relative  merits of the two routes will in all  probability be compared. However,  as Mr. Bate is known to be a stickler  for good grades (and that, after all, is  a most essential point in location of a  wagon road) it would look as it' the  creek bottom road would stand a good  show to win out.  is  no telling  what he may do  there  next.  But the public will ask : "Have the  C. P. R. ample room for station  grounds?" Undoubtedly they have.  Better if anything than that picked  out by the V., V. <fc E. There is a long  level bench over whijh their old survey runs. The upper end of it is on a  line between M. K. Rodgers' house  and the river and it extends down the  river to a point opposite the middle  pier of the Hediey Lumber Company's  boom line. This is very little (if any)  farther from the town than the V., Ar.  ������fc K. station on Pinto's bench, and not  nearly so far out of town as the C.P.R.  placed their Midway station out of the  town of Midway, or their Greenwood  station out of Greenwood. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.   MAY     21,    1006.  Sfc  Ifedl  and  '*>&  Similkameen Advertiser.  ��������� ! oil Thursdays, by tlio Hkdi.ky Gazette  i'nl.S'Tl.Nli AND Pl'llUSlllXCI COMI'AXV,  Limiteii, at Hedloy, Ii. ('.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per  Six  Year..-.  'Months   $a.iH)  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to the inch.  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Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the olliee by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  ' a new country new conditions  maybe met, and the constitution  ! temporarily    subverted,  as    in  11837, to imperil tlie .rights and  | liberties of the people,  but the  j constitution itself can'right its  | own wrongs and the genius  of  ' tlie Anglo-Saxon people for gov-  I eminent can be counted on  to  i put it  in   motion   without the  I aid of hot-heads  who  would  counsel strife.    Politicians, too,  may'propagate a trade doctrine  that eminent jurists   of   their  own party are impelled to  dub  "annexation    in disguise,"   but  Canada at heart is loyal to  the  British Crown and Constitution.  MEORAW,  Managing Editor.  first -a.mil'.  3rd.  Full Moon  10th.  loots'  MAY  Last quar.  17th.  New Moon  24th.  1906  Sun. Mon.Tues. Wed.'Thu. Fri. Sat.]  (S  13  20  27  14  21  15  28     29  2  ��������� >  4  9  10  11  10  17  18  23  21  25  3'J  31  o  12  10  20  VICTORIA DAY  The celebration of the Twenty-fourth of May as the birthday of the late Queen had become so deeply rooted a habit  in the British mind that to perpetuate it under the name of Victoria Day was a happy inspiration. While the Victorian  age had not its Clive to win  new empires for the flag, yet-it  had its John A. Macdonald. and  its Cecil Rhodes and the reign  of Queen Victoria was essentially Britain's day of empire in  the consolidation of British interests throughout the world  and their establishment on a  broad imperishable basis. What  more fitting then than that the  birth-day of Queen Victoria  should go down to succeeding  ages observed and honored by  Britons the world over and by  Canadians in particular, in a  measure equal to that accorded to the birth-day of George  Washington by our cousins to  the south.  During the Queen's life it was  frequently  remarked  that the  day was -more generally observed throughout Canada than in  any part  of the  British  Isles.  That  this should  be   so    may  seem remarkable  but when the  causes are sought it is not at all  strange.   There is no religion as  pure and genuine as that which  has emerged from  the  fires  of  persecution    and    no   loyalty  should   he  more genuine  than  that begotten of tlie  troublous  times following  the   revolution  of 1775 which   gave   to  Canada  the patriotic zeal of so many of  her  early  settlers���������the   United  Empire Loyalists.    These were  men whose  loyalty   was  of a  brand that stood a. most severe  test,  and  the  memory   of  the  wrongs which they  suffered, in  devotion to a principle explains  why   the   ranks   were   rilled in  1812 with zealots whose loyalty  bordered almost on fanaticism.  In that war  men  and women  alike hesitated at no sacrifice to  beat off the enemy -and protect  their homes  and  such a spirit  could only  result as  it did in  the splendid  triumph of their  arms    against     overwhelming  odds.    This then is in great part  the reason why love _ of Queen  and country was a vital principle with Canadians who prized  so dearly the liberty and justice  to be found within the folds of  It was on April 27th that the  Minister of Railways and Canals in the Laurier Government  gave his decision that the V. V.  & E. were to do no  building at  Hediey until the C. P. R. have a  chance to investigate the -matter of station* grounds,  and  it  was oh May 5th that the people  of Hediey entered their protest  against this treatment and  demanded a time   limit  of   ten  days to be set for  removal of  the building restriction, but here  we: are in" the fag  end of May  with the Minister still as  dumb  as an oyster and no move made  in the direction of railroad building.   It is true a party of C. P.  Ii. engineers are here, but instead of investigating for station grounds they are locating  a new line which/appears'' to be  wholly impracticable   and impossible of construction  except  at a cost that is virtually prohibitive.    In expressing this belief the Gazette _ does not cast  any reflection upon the professional skill of the gentleman in  charge of the party.    He is probably carrying''out instructions  given him beforehand by some  one 'who does not know', the lay  of the ground and is unaware  of'how ridiculous it would look.  As a line on which  to build a  railroad this one has   all the  ear-marks of a rank impossibility, but as a peg upon which  to  hang  some   excuse   for  delay,  Drinkwater with the assistance  of   the   Minister of    Railways  may make of it a howling success.    Two or three years hence,  when  the Laurier Administration are asking the people of  Hediey to endorse the Government's   attitude   towards   the  town by electing   someone to  support   them   through    thick  and thin, what answer do they  expect to get ?  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  COPPER PLATE mineral claim, situate in  .Osoyoos Mining Division of Yule District.  Where located :   In Camp Hediey  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Ainsley Mcgraw,  Kree Miner's Cortilicatc No H71I221, agent  for Sydney M. .Johnston. Kree Miner's Certificate No-JIMHIS, 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  tlie above, claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section H7, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of March, A. D.   liMHi.  11��������� il .        .  BMKOF  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  WIRY QUEEN, SOMERSET.- CASTLE  FRACTION. XOKFOLK' FRACTION,  TOWER FRACTION. STAG FRAC-  TIOX, VICTOR FRACTION, and RED  TOP mineral claims, situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of Yale District. Where  located:   Camp Hediey.  TAKE NOTICE that I John'. Gladden, Free  Miner's Cortilicatc No. B7SH)71. acting for  mvself and as agent tor James N. Paton, Free  Miners' Corticate No DMOtf, F. W. Gladden.  Free Miners Cirtstieate No B7M073. D. Woods  Free Miner's Certificate No. B71I021, W. E.  Hodges, Free Miner's Certificate,. No. 4002,  F. M. Elkins, Free Miner's Certificate N0D80I8O  Clinton A. S. Atwood Free Miner's Certificate  No. BSCD1, intend sixty days from the date  hereof to apply to tlie Mining Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements for tlie purpose  of obtaining Crown Grants of. theJ above  Claims.  And further take notice that action under  Section H7 must be commenced before the- issuance of siieh Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March, 1908.  -       10-!)  Capital���������$4,866,666.  HEAD OKFI.CE IN CANADA,  H. STIKEMAN, General Manager  Reserve- $2,141,333.  MONTREAL  J. ELMSLY, Supt. of'Branches  BANKINO BY MAIL���������Accounts of parties living at-a-distance receive our  special attention. Deposits can be made through the mail, and sums added  -thereto and withdrawn at any Jinc. A General Banking Business Transacted.-  Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada ana abroad. -.  ���������  V   Hediey Branch,     -     L.Q.riacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  0>coccccccccocccoscooc<^9ccoeooooQcccocooceccosc<  NOTICE.  r  i  1  ���������  X  Seasonable  Suggestions  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 II. Caliill, free miner's  certificate No. B7iKll4, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to. the -.Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown .Grants'of .'the  above claims. '  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before issuance  of such Certificate of-Iniproveinonts.  Dated this 10th day of April. liKMi 11-0  NOTICE.  ;  SIXTY DAYS from date lintend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase KiO acres of  land in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District,  described as follows: Commencing at the  S E. corner of the west A of east A of section 21,  township 85. being pre-emption No. 2251, running thence 10 chains east; thence 40 chains  north ; thence 40 chains west: thece 40 chains  south to point of commencement.  Okanagan  ANDREW HAMILTON  Falls.Mareh 31. l'.KKi. 12-9  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty days  date, lintend to apply to  The impression is becoming  stronger every day that the  Midway & Vernon will be built  by the Great Northern. For several weeks past St. Paul has  been the Mecca of Greenwood  men in whose names the charter of the Midway & Vernon is  held, and this, with the persistent rumor that the necessary  stock to give a controlling interest in the S. & O. has been gathered in by J. J. Hill, makes it  look very much as if the Great  Northern is likely to be into the  heart of another of the C. P. R.  preserves.  after  pply to the Hon. Tlie  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to purchase the S. E. A of the S. E. J  of Section 24, Tp. 51 and the S. W. \ of Section  li) and the north A of the S. E. \ of See. 1!) and  the S. W. \ of the S. E. } of Section 1!) in Tp. 50  JOSIAH GRAHAM  Dated March 8, KKXi. 10-9  Spring Suits  Hats and Caps  Neckties  Fancy Shirts  Collars and Cuffs  Light Underwear  Clothes Renovated,  and Repaired.  Pressed  Campbell &  Shier   Hediey,B.C.  NOTICE  CIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE I intend to  *-* apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase UiO acres  of land described as follows: Beginning at a  postmarked M. Daly's northwest corner, thence  running 10 chains south, 40 chains cast, 40  chains north, 40 chains west to point of commencement and being southwest -V of section 20  township 54.  Keremeos, B. C. .April 21st. litOO.  Mi-il M. DALY  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  the British flag.  It is but rarely in her history  that any apparent danger has  been manifest of Canadians forgetting their high resolves.   In  THE PONTIACCOI'I'ERMIXES. LIMITED  (Non-personal liability) hereby gives notice that it intends after three months from  the date hereof to apply to the Lieutenant-Governor for tin Order-in-Cniiueil changing the  name of the said Company to the '' Ivercmeo*-  I'ontiac Copper Mines, Limited," (Xon-pcrsniial  liability).  Dated at.Rossland. II. C��������� 23rd May I'.Rlli.  li)-:)m WM. II  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 described land situated west of Dog Lake: Commencing at a post at tlie northeast corner of A.  B. Laurence's pre-emption No. 3891, running  thence north nlong shore of Dog Lake 80 chains  thence west 40 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thence east to point of commencement.  MARGARET MAY RITCHIE  Per .IAS. RITCHIE, Agent  Dated at Sumnicrland this  ll-il 0th day of April. 1000  FIRST-CLASS  IN  EVERY  RESPECT  HOTEL  SIMILKAMEEN  We have  received t������he largest*  of Liquors that* has  ever come  and best* assorted stock  into   t>he  Similkameen  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE. I intend to  apply lo the Chief Commissioners of Lands  Works to purchase Kill acres of land des  DAXBY  SWJKTAKV  LOST.  ON or about the 1st day of May. in Hediey or  on the way between the Humming-bird  mine and Hediey, 11 watch charm lettered  A. .S. B. on one side.  Finder kindly leave same at Gazette olliee  and be suitably rewarded.  18-2  NOTICE.  cribed us follows :   Beginning at a post marked  j <!. M. A.'s southwest, corner,   thence  running  I 40 chains cast, thence III chains north, thence40  [ chains west, thence 40 chains south to point of  ! commencement and covering the southeast A of  i the southeast', of section 25 township 52 and  the northwest.', of the N. W. 1 of sec 2!) township 51.  Keremeos, March Hist. lOOH  15-11 G. M. ALLISON  CAME to my ranch about two  years ago  a  dapple grey horse about !)0O lbs. branded -"r.  on right shoulder.. '''  Owner can have animal by proving property  and paying all expenses in connection with the  same. If not claimed -within .'JO days, will be  sold.  Albert Dalrymi'I.e, Fairview. B. C-  18 1  NOTICE.  H.  W.  YATES intends to apply to the Licence Commissioners for the Nicola Licence District, for permission to  transfer his  hotel licence to A. McDermott and  F, MeAr-  thur, for the Commercial.Hotel at Hediey  Dated at Hediey this 20th day of April 1510(5  15-4  H. AV. YATES  Scotch  Canadian Ryes  Usher's Black Label  House of Lords  House of Commons  Seagram's 83     ,  Canadian Club  Gooderham & Worts  Black and White  American  Caledonia Liqueur  Hunter's Baltimore Rye  John Dewar & Sons  Old Hermitage Burbon  Lemp's   St.   Louis   Beer.  McDermott (������>> McArthur  Proprietors  UUimilWMUBII  ���������imiwiiiHJiimvviiT.vwnF���������  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  NOTICE  SIXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and AVorks for permission to purchase UiO acres  of land in the .Similkameen Division of A'ale  District situated as follows: Commencing at a  postmarked "M. K" and running in 11 zigzag  northerly direction on the west line of lot 2!!2  for 40 chains thence west 40 chains, thence  south 4(1 chains, thence cast 40 chains.  D. GlM.ESl'IE.  15-  pcr Walter On.  -il   Dated April liJtli liKMi  ,KS1>1E,  agent.  County Court Sittings  Sittings of the County Court will be held a  follows;  AtHcdlev, on Monday May 14th at 11 u. m.  At Princeton, Thursday May 17th at 11 a. m  "V ������,(l0r' HUGH HUNTER,  13-td Registrar  TWEDDLE <Sb REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  1 r  NOTICE  SIXTA" DAYS AFTER DATE I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and AVorks to pin-chase the following described  lands situate in the Similkameen Division of  Yale district and described as follows: Starting at a post marked .1. P. G's X. E. corner set  at the N. AV. corner of Lot 2407. thence south 20  chains, thenco west 20 chains, thence north 20  chains, thence east20chains to point of commencement and containing 40 acres more or  less.  Keremeos, April 19th, 1000.  16-0 J. P. GORDON  NOTICE  CMXTY DAYS AFTER DATE, I intend to  v-' apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and AVorks for permission to purchase 100 acres  of land described as follows: Beginning at a  post marked T. Daly's southeast corner, thence  north 40 chains, west 40 chains, south 10 chains  east 40 chains to point of commencement and  being southwest J of southeast j of section  and southeast A of southwest 1 of section  township 52.  C  Keremeos, B,  l(i-i)  April 21st, '(Hi.  T. DALY,  Per E. M. DALY, Agent THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   MAY  21,   1900,  Town and District.  The Great Interior.  Timber Inspector Murray was in  town last week.  Mr Ernest Wriiterman returned on  Monday to Princeton.  Rev. A.'H. Cameron of Kcrctueos  Avas in town lust week.  Dave Leggatt and Fred Kurt/, left  on Monday morning for Cobalt,  Mr. and -Mrs. J. E. Gibbon and Miss  Ireland drove to 'Princeton on .Sunday.  Mrs. W. .1. Forbes left on Wednesday last to visit 'hot-mother, Mrs Clark  at Green Mountain. .  Mr. Manuel Barcello was in town on  Monday, accompanied by Mrs Barcello  iiind some of the younger members of  the family.  Inspector of Mines McGregor was in  town this week. Any fatality in mines  generally calls for a visit from tlie inspector, <.  Gentle showers have prevailed at  intervals for the past week and still  the supply is not sufficient to meet the  popular fancy. '  Mr. Bradshaw \ has the editor's  thanks for a generous helping of the  fine .succulent rhubarb for which his  garden is famed.  Twenty three and a half inches of  '.snow Ml iit tlie .Nickel Plate last week.  Thi.s'is more than was on the ground  at any time last winter.  Mrs. M. K. Rodgers and Edwin re-  turned.from Seattle on Saturday. It  is understood that Mr. Rodgers has  been investigating properties on Val-  dex Island.  Mr. 0. A. O. Stewart who has sold  his hotel at Penticton was in town on  Tuesday. It is reported that he is  likely to embark in the furniture bi'si-  ness���������in Penticton.  ,At the meeting of .the Methodist  ���������Conference held on the Coast last week  the stationing committee appointed  Forbes Rutherford to Hediey. It was  not shown where Mr. .Thomas was to  be located for the coming year.  To-day the Hediey baseball team  goes to Princeton for a return match  ���������with the Princetom team, it is to be.  hoped that as many of the regular  players as possible can go with the  team, for Princeton players are not  easy enough to tackle with too many  substitutes.  Constable Ewart, of Keremeos has  resigned his position, and will work  with his partner Mr. Gilbert on the  bond which they have on the Jumbo  group on Sixteen Mile. His brother  will succeed him at Keremeos in keeping the navvies straight.  F. R. Hediey of the Hall Mines Smelter, Nelson, the gentleman after whom  the town of Heclle}- is named, came in  on Tuesday accompanied by Mrs. Hediey. ' This is his first visit" to Hediey,  although he lias been interested in  several claims in the camp for the past  eight years.  During the last few days of the past  week the cattle, herds of stock ranchers  in the Lower Siniilkaineen passed  through town on their way to the summer feeding grounds above Princeton.  The herds represented were those of  Mrs. Lowe, Mrs Daly and Messrs Rich-  ter and Barcello, numbering in all  -about 2,000 head,  Mr. J. C. Laior, President. of the  Daly Reduction Co. has been putting  in some hard work on this visit. During the snow storm of last week up at  the mine, he took a trip to Twenty  Mile lake, wading knee deep in fresh  snow. Having a predisposition to  rheumatism, lie realized a few days  ���������afterwards that this kind of exercise  was a. little too severe.  The junction of the C. P. R. and Gt.  Northern tracks at Dcnoro will soon  permit ore. from the Dominion Copper  Company's Idaho claim at Phoenix to  be shipped to the Boundary Falls  j smelter. '  j Returns from the last car of high  j grade, ore shipped froin the Skylark  j mine gave an average of $158,10 per  ton in gold'and silver. F. C. Buckless  has been hauling another couple of  curs this week. Before the summer  is gone the company expects to have  the bond paid up on this property.  Five more stamps are being put in  at the Oarmi on the West Fork of  Kettle River.     ,  J. C. Haas, M.-E. is making arrangements to resume work on the Goll-  conda. ..-   ���������  S. ILC. Miner, whose enterprise in  sticking by tlie Grauby at a critical  'period of its history gave, to the province its biggest low grade mine, is m  the Boundary looking for other copper  fields to conquer.  This week an ore body was reported  reached on the 600-foot level of the  Providence mine near Greenwood,  and it is said that the ore is of a. better grade than.usual in that rich mine.  This would seem to add materially to  the value of the mine.  Shorty Dunn, one of the train iob-  bers claimed that he was a partner of  M. K. Rodgers in some mineral claims.  Dunn is evidently sound on the doctrine of "imputed righteousness" and  wants some of M. K's chalked up to  him. Shorty is orthodox enough to  be a good Presbyterian.  r  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  # ��������������� ������ * K  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  E  i  K  *,  HOTEL  HEDLEY  Under   New   Management  THE BEST PROVIDED.  IN KITCHEN .VXD BAR  AND EVERY CARE  TAKEN FOJ! THE COMFORT OP PATRONS.  Gl B B O N   an d  Mcdonald  Proprietors  X  %  X  I-l8  m  X ! "  1!  Si  M  x  x  x  x  x  s  s  s  s  X  X  S  x  &GnG^&K0tt&&azQM&G&stt&a&GaeM&wmxw&&ac&&tta&,  <f  Furniture!  Furniture!  Furniture!  REV ELY'S  STABLE  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Yonr wants for Livery or Team  Work will be attended to  ���������   by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.  R EVELY,   Proprietor  Is Now Open [or Business  Everutliing New and  First-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  Try  .vvwVAXSW  Vidoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Very strong resentment is said to  exist at Keremeos because, of the very  ���������arbitrary action of Chief Licence Inspector R. B. Vernier in closing up  Tweddle and Reith's temporary hotel  which was hurriedly constructed alongside the ruins of the old building.  While the Liquor Licence Act makes  provision for almost every con tingency  that could arise in the change of occupancy of licensed houses, nothing  -appears to cover the. case, of destruction of a licensed house by fire and the  ���������exercise of the licence in temporary  premises near-by, pending the rebuilding of another hotel. That very  silence on the part of the law left a  reasonable presumption that the old  licence would protect the holder as  long as it existed, and the restricted  interpretation of the Act which led  the Licence Inspector to regard it as a  ���������case coming under Section -15 is one  that is open to question. It certainly  works a hardship in this case tli.-i.fc ordinate consideration for the misfortunes of others would have prompted  broader interpretation and more generous treatment.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  ..Hediey Meat Market...  Hi Hi if/ Hi Hi il/ it/ id it) it) it) it) it) >t) it) it) id Hi it)  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  . OPENED THE BUTCHER  SHOP ON WEBSTER ST.,  WITH A SUPPLY OF  CHOICE MEATS OF ALL  K TN DS���������B EE F, M UTTON  AND PORK :: POULTRY  FOR THE HO LI DAY'  SEASON :: :: ::  ducted along strict-  class lines.  David James, the  proprietor, is thoroughly experienced,  haying  had   many  years'experience as a dining.  car cook, and he knows how  to cater to  the   appetite   of  the epicurean:  Our stock of Furniture is now  nearly complete and we invite  inspection by all those who require  anything in this line.  Iron Beds  $13, $15, $17.50, $25 and $28  Including best grade of Springs.  Dressers and  Washsta nds  at $21.50,  $28,  $30, $33, and $40.  Furnishing hotels a specialty.  Our prices will compare favorably  with coast houses.  Short Orders a Specialty  >|\ /|\ if\ if\ if\ if\ i\\ if) i(\ oy'/n /|\ if) if) if\ n\ if) if) if\  H. H. Messenger  M. McAULEY -        Local riunajjer  When   writing-    Advertisers,  Mention the Gazette.  K  K  K  K  *���������������  *,  K  *  K  H  K  s������  K  i  St  $  I  *  Please | >"  I   *i'  i 1  g        When  Choosing a Hotel X  $ try ������  I The Great i  Shatfords,  Limited  Agents for  MASON   &   RISCH   PIANOS  and   SINGER   SEWING   MACHINES  ������&SOSO000QCOSOSO6O8O9O0O0O9O9iSOO000000OGOS������QO0OQOOSiS  J  Northern  A NEW IIOUSH CONTAINING .aioiie nun  IIOOJI At'COMMODA-  T I O N T II AN A N Y  IIT1I IC Ii   IN  TOWN.  TA It I. P. A N 0 It A li  I'' 1 11 S T - (.' r. A S S.  KATKN     MiillKHATK.  PETERSON  BROS.  &. LIND  Proprietors  S  X  #r  %  n  %  x  x  ;*  X  X  X  X  x  X  X  X  X  X  %  X  3  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market.  The V. V. &; E. Railway Station will be 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 aud 3 acre lots all around town site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,   Just a few  left.    Now is the time to double your money.  Por Full Piirticnlius Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  ./. J. Armstrong-. Mnlinger  Town Lots  $100, $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  \KVMK*^M*MK*M*���������*MH������J*M*0PM������MHH  lUe make Bridj'nal ftesi^ns.^ZincflcY^  mgs.'ttalflfmes on Zinc Br (CappevA-*  ������ur waik tfjisirtctty ftrol'c)a3.v,*<?  Gay prices arelococr fertile zam^  guaYthf af morh than eisecoWe ���������/* tf ifi  $>Brit idke eur ccord far ft j*v2encl ua 0  frioi QrSsrr?i*flIKep^Qie3 prove il SWy*  3RITf$M&OMM32A  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  ���������ALSO-  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Good Horses and Hies 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   21,    1006.  DETAILS OT CAPTURE  How the Train liobbers Were  Hounded Up.  CONSTABLE FERNIE SCORES  And   the   Mounted   Police   Demonstrate  Their Usefulness.  The three bandits who  have given  the  Provincial Police a. -hard  week's  work, were run to ground at a point  just east of Douglas Lake, and one of  the gang now nurses a wounded leg as  the result of a short but sharp  encounter    with    Provincial    Constable  Fernie and a detachment of Mounted  Police.    All three are now in custody.  Constables Fernie and Pearse, having   come   to   the   end   of   the   trail  through the.  timber,  separated,   Constable   Pearse   going  towards   Grand  Prairie and Constable Fernie. towards  Douglas   Lake,   while   the   Mounted  Police detachment was patrolling near  Chaperon   Lake.     Constable   Fernie  spied the quarry when a short distance  from the lake, and at once went back  on  their tracks,   until  he  had -made  sure of their identity with those   followed so tirelessly from the scene of  the hold-up.   They were the same-  the two with   hob-nailed boots, and  the'slim, womanish, smooth-soled one.  After satisfying himself on this score  he   galloped   back   towards  the spot  where  he  knew  the Mounted  Police  were stationed,   to secure assistance  in corralling the gang.   As after-events  showed, he acted wisely in this.    Having   made   connection  with   the. redcoats, the party returned to where the  robbers were lurking,  and found the  trio encamped in a thicket.  A fusilade  .from   the  brush   brought an  answer  from the rifles of the police, and some  score of shots were exchanged before  one man, supposed to be the leader of  the gang, went down with a bullet in  his thigh.     The bandits surrendered  without further resistance, and were  taken into custody.  ^Slim Jim" Benyon, who was acting  as guide for the Mounted Police, was  despatched to Quilchena with a message advising the officials at Kamloops  of the capture, and to procure surp-ieal  aid for the. wounded desperado, while  the police were ready to follow on.  The bandits were well armed. A  carbine and three automatic pistols  and three revolvers, -were taken from  them when arrested. They had evidently prepared to^put up a big fight,  but were over-awed by superior force,  and cowed by the tireless energy which  the Provincial officials had displayed  in following them through the rough  country over which their line of escape  led. Superintendent Hnssey, accompanied by two of the C. P. R. secret  service men, left, on receipt of the  news, for Quilchena, and met Constable Fernie and the police with their  prisoners fit Rockford.  There will.be no cessation of watchfulness on the. part of the police until  assured that the right men, and all of  them, have been arrested, but there is  little doubt that the identical ones who  held up "No. 97" have been run down.  The clue afforded by the finding of  a copy of the Kamloops "Standard"  with the address label of an Aspen  Grove subscriber, would give the idea  that the bandits worked in from the  south, and the fact that the leader of  the gang was known around that  section, lends additional strength to  the; clue.  Of the three men arrested at Douglas  Lake, one was George Ed wards, a man  Avho has been olf-aud-on in the Aspen  Grove country for the past two years.  He has been practically identified as  the notorious desperado Bill Miner, by  Detective Seavey of Seattle. The second one oil the gang is William Dunn,  known in this section as "Shorty."  He it was who put up the fight when  arrested, and as a result was shot in  the leg. He is a "nervy" customer,  and-if the other two had shown the  same pluck some of the captors might  have suffered. When the doctor was  probing for the bullet, ho laughingly  said : It should have been through my  head: f,hen i' would save trouble."  He has been around Princeton and  Hediey for some time, and is interested  in the Aslinola Camp. Louis Calhoun,  the third man, is supposed to be from  Phoenix, and is the last man who  would be. suspected of a hold-up. He  is a very quiet, refined fellow, who is  very reticent and evidently feels his  position.  Edwards, the old man supposed to  be Miner, says that he left Pot Mole  Lake in the Aspen Grove camp, two  months ago, and had been prospecting  south of Grand Prairie. They were  on their way home and crossed by the  Bachelor Meadows. They had just  reached    Douglas   Lake   Camp   when  HEDLEY  Investment  And  Will  Make  Money  ftfl~kfl|A_, is the supply point for the Nickel Plate moun-  ��������� lvUIvj 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 and business  centre of the  Similkameen  the new 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 Railway;   and with the advent of this road,  which is assured in  the near future,  it will unquestionably  become a large and important city, and town Jots will bring  I  big returns on money invested at the present time.  BSBBBESMBBBBaBBBBBBOBEBH  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Aye. (main st.) ...  . $400 to $600  Other Streets.       ...   $200 to $400.  .... 1 tlrvjl'*^....  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 Comes=s===  For F^ull Particulars, Maps Etc  ���������9  ��������� ��������� /\F������F������L>'   TO ���������������������������  The Hediey City  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  Go'y, Ltd.  HEDLEY, B.C.  they were surrounded and arrested.  They claim to be nothing more than  ordinary prospectors, and deny any  knowledge of the hold-up. Some matter was found on them which is supposed to have come from the rifled  mail-car,'and Edwards and "Shorty"  fill the descriptions given by the mail-  clerks to a "t."  The prisoners arrived in Kamloops  at about 5 o'clock, being guarded by  the Mounted Police and. Provincial  Constable Fern ie. Superintendent  Hussey, Commissioner Perry of the  Mounted Police and Superintendents  Marpole and Kilpatrick of the C. P. R.,  were also with them. A big crowd of  people were assembled at the gaol to  see the robbers arrive.  There is no doubt that the. right men  have been captured. They all answer  the descriptions given by McQuarrie,  the mail-clerk of the train held up,  besides" McQuarrie has identified Edwards as the leader.  To make good bread you  must have good flour.  If  you want the best bread  you must use the best  flour.  st x~  St    ��������� __ ; ; L_ : ______ -_        9.  OLALLA NOTES.  Mr. C. S. Morris, who some years  ago sold out all his interests in the  claims at Ollala and Dividend Mountain to the 01a.Ha Copper Co., is in  town and expects to remain some  weeks on business connected with  some claims on Green Mountain.  The recent rains have left the road  to Penticton in bad shape and freighters complain of the difficulty of getting through.  Household  IS THE FINEST FLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  Just Turn Ed Loose.  This  :forsaleby:  SflflTFORDS, LIMITED  iiecileu and Fair-view ���������  St  St  st  St  St  St  St  k  St  St  K  |  f  st  i  st  st  st  st  K  st  The Commercial Hotel  Hediey,   B.C.  TU7AVING   taken the  management  of  this well   known  house we wish to announce to the public  that it will  be entirely renovated and remodelled with new and modern  improvements. Special attention will be paid the. dining room.  The bar will he stocked with the very best liquors and cigars.  X  I  I  X  I  f  I  I  3  5   McDermott ������> McArthur, Proprietors    3  St X -  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, manager.  First Class  in  Every  liespect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.     Post House on Pentioton-  Princeton   Stage  Line.  The Phu'iu'x Pioneer says  week Kd. McGrade, foreman of ilu  ('. P. IL extra gang, put his force of  some IS sous of sunny Italy al work  on grading the spur track which will  connect the (!. P. H and Great Northern Systems at Dcnoro."  If Ed can make grade for theC.P.H.  any faster than the rest of them have  been doing, by all means let them turn  him loose in the Similkameen.  KEREMEOS,  B. C.  j  Stick up for Your Rights.  The   Vancouver    papers   state   that  one clue upon which  the   police  were  working to capture the  train   robbers  was the finding of a copy of the Kamloops Standard in   which   their dynamite had been wrapped, said copy having the   address    label   of   an   Aspen  Grove  subscriber.    The  Inland Senti- j  nel rises to a point of order to  remark i  that it was not the Standard but  the |  Inland Sentinel.    Here is a- new casus  belli.  id  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresh Meats  ies  BOOT &  SHOE  MAKER  HEDLEV, B. C.  AND  rait  Jnoc*  ESTABLISHED iQO^  Cut  Rates ou Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals.  HEDLEY,  B. C.  Fine New  Covered  Stage  Carrying Koyal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hediey and Princeton   :0:   Special Rigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :    .   :  -:0:-  'O  m������emanBBtasaxxaam3wiae^\t*a*sxKRww������x3amxtmxnmm.

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