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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. III.  No. 36.  HEDLEY, B.C., THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER .19, 1907.  $2.00, in ADVANCE.  )\  %  I!  ii  %  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF  tH'AD   OFFICE, TOROJSTO  ESTABLISUEO 1867.  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. iLAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent <tf  Branches  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Rest, - - -���������, 5>000,000  Total Assets, - 113,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  OTTAWA AND  Dunsiiauir Is Federal Officer,  ���������/.',*ind-Ottawa Must Take  Responsibility.  A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED  COMMERCIAL AND FARMEBS' PAPER OISCOUWTEO!  ������4  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed at  ���������currant rates. Tlie depositor is subject to no delay whatever in  the withdrawal of the whole or, .aiiy portion of the deposit.  Penticton Branch, TL. TVL de Gex, Manager.  TEIFUMAA1 FEARS  MclJRIDE  And Takes Advantage of Senator Scott's  Dotage in Shallow Attempt to Fix  Odium Upon B. C.'s Premier���������Likely  to Prove Boomerang- That Will Cost  Templeman and McPherson Their  ���������: "Seats.  Notwithstanding  CHARLES M. SHAW  Civrr, Engineek^  Dominion   and   Fire������vxsiciiA!L  Land Surveyor.  'Orders maij be left at Gazette ioffice.  tlEDLfy,       :       :       :      :       ft. &;  CAMP McKlNNEY NEWS.  R. H   ROaERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  ilSAEKISTER, SOLICITOUS,  JfiOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.   .  Vernon, B. C.  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B.C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,   Real Estate,  Mines.  Crown    Grants   Applied  ���������For  Under  Lund  Act  and  *V[iiici*a.l Act.  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office   at   HEDLEY,   B.   C.  There is- jut old saving.'that "every-  ithing comes to hiiiM who waits. I don't  Iknow whether -t3*e.H;p'hoiIs*iiii applies bo  iHitnesas well as MiwDiHtsils,   but present  ;a;p,pearaMees  would.���������iaulk-ajte. that 'old  X'liinip McKiiniey,    Ja.nH/iiijg done considerable waiting,  was destined once  ittjiore to attract the atteaaitjiori  of.-the  Hj-tuning world, aiul yield a few in ore  ���������bricks to  increase the output  of the  ���������pi'.'W.inee-   While penning these lines,  tibe .rhythm of dropping stamps,  like.  ���������rtaiiinie oldfcinio music, brings Jwi<*kinem-  <oa������es of years gone by when the  little  c-ai.iii;p was a hive of industry with its  busy    population,     cmwded     hotels,  ���������floiui-shing   stores   and   .all   the    stir  which, goes to make a. .successful mining taunp.    Will history repeat itself?  If energy and pluck will do it, the present lessees of the Cariboo have shown  they possess a good  stock  of lioth  in  the ijuMiijer in which they  have overcome the many difficulties and  drawbacks they have had  to encounter in  the. re-opening of the old mine.  Since Mr- P. Davidson Ahier has  charge ' of the Cariboo on behalf  of the lessees, marked progress has  been made. The mill has been thoroughly overhauled, ten of the old  stamps being discarded to be replaced  as soon as possible by new ones, while  other improvements have been introduced which will tend to a closer treatment of the ore. Some thirty men  are employed in the mine and mill,  machines,    the     ore,  running  three  though somewhat low grade giving  fairly satisfactory returns, the immense body of zinc ore, left practically untouched by the old company,  promising a profitable return to the  present intelligent management.  . Mr. W. Fox, President of the Sailor  Co. was in camp a few days since,  when arrangements were completed  for leasing the company's group of  claims, and preparations will be made  as'soon as possible for the unwatering  of the Sailor mine, a tram being constructed from the .Sailor shaft to the  Minnie mill (10 stamps), water being  furnished to the mill by the constru'j-  \ Civil &   Mining   Engineers Uion of a pipe   line   from   Ilice Creek.  | I The ore body in the Sailor being intact  j * :<): j the lessees  look   forward   with  every  confidence to good returns. The working of the Sailor will be entirely independent of the Cariboo, though both  properties will be under the superintendence of Mr. Ahier.  OLIVER & GLADDEN  :():-  /VYIINES eund  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for T<n:ri.-t Travel,  ltatos Moderate.  A. Uak.vk.s, Prop. I'i-.vtic-To.v. I'.C.  ANNUAL   MEETING  TlK! Daly .Reduction Co. held their  annual meeting "!' share-holders at  the head office of thr Ciunpany. in  'Medley on Sept. I lth. when practically all the slock wa.s represented either  in person or by proxy.  The officers elected  in;  year were :  President.   Marcus   Dal  Vice-prcv. and trea,-..   .  Managing director and  A. Ross;  Assistant ,-ecreiary  Director,  .').  W. ('������������������rani!  the    ellSlllllJ  .   ('.  ~erre  i.-ilor  a.rv.  S. (,. Sunlit:  Tuesday's stage brought in from  Princeton AI. MeKinney, the discoverer of the famous Cariboo mine,  and the man after whom Cam)) MeKinney is named. He had been prospecting in the Hope mountains and  was sick in his camp when found and  brought into Princeton, where Mr.  Hunter gave him shelter in the lockup, for he wa.s not in a fit condition to  be. taken into the hotels. The poor  old man is suffering from a malignant  cancer, Which is in a very advanced  stage. In Hedley, too be was housed  in the lock-up and made as comfortable as possible over night, until he  could be taken by stage to Keremeos  and put mi a work train. His home is  at Kddy in "Washington state. Twenty  years ago he was owner of a. property  which has since turned out $1,701),()('()  worth oi' bullion, and to-day he is in  this pitiable condition, when the kindest wish of anyone who meets him is  flint death, the great peace-giver may  :-,oon end if all for him.  (Westminster 'Columbian.)  the trite saying  ifchat you cannot make a silk purse  out of a, sow's ear, one would have  been justified in expecting better from  ���������even the Most uncouth Privy Council-  loir than the exhibition now being  .made by the Honorable William Teni-  plemanl This gentleman is retailing  a private conversation said to have  taken place at Ottawa between the  Premier of this province and the Secretary of State for Canada, and adding to Mr. McBride's alleged statement  has own ignorant "presumption" of  the .ease. Taking the Victoria Times'  verdict .of the story to which* the Vancouver World has been devoting the  poster type that is the most attractive  feature of its front page, we read:  ���������"TJae World stated that when Hon.  Mr- MeBride reached-'"'Ottawa on his  way to London on his better terms  mission, that he told Hon. R. W.  Scott, Secretary of State, that Mr.  Bowser's bill would not become law,  but would be disallowed by the Lieut.-  Governor on his advice, and suggested  that the Ottawa authorities in turn  reciprocate by dropping the words  'final and ".unalterable' from the proposed amendment of the B.N.A. Act.  "It further stated tha t reference by  wire and letter to the Lieutenant-  Governor of British Columbia, confirmed this intelligence, and that copies of  this documentary evidence were in the  possession of Hou.-W. Templeman,  who is now in Victoria.  "The latter was interviewed this  morning with reference to the authenticity of the report.  " 'The World's story is partly correct  and partly incorrect,' he said. 'The  facts are that while on his way to  London Mr. McBride called upon the  Secretary of State, Hon. Mr. Scott,  and procured from him credentials  which it was necessary he should have  in appearing before the colonial office,  as a. representative of British Columbia. He was given these credentials  as a. matter of fact, and without any  proposition being made, or any suggestion of bargain and sale, in respect to  either the reserved provincial act or  the. Imperial Better Terms Act.  "'The provincial legislature was sitting at the time, and Mr. McBride was  asked by Mr. .Scott if the bill affecting  Japanese which had passed the House  was likely to become law. Mr. McBride assured the Secretary of State  that the Liout.-Governor would not  give it his as-sent, the presumption  being that the Premier bad so advised  the Lieut.-Governor.  "���������The l,ieut.-('overnor on the 2''rd  of April was asked by wire to corroborate the statement made by Mr. McBride, and on the 2Sth Mr. Dunsuiuir  did so, and in an official letter of the  29th of April stated his reasons for  withholding his assent, the grounds  being that- the act was a. modified form  of other acts dealing with the same  subject which had already been disallowed, and also because were it to  become law it would seriously affect  international relations.  " 'The provincial act wa.s reserved,  theieforo, at the instance of Mr. McBride, and the Ottawa government  had nothing whatever to do in influencing the Lieut.-Governor or Mr.  McBride in the  decision   arrived at in  Bride of his own volition, while the  words 'final and unalterable' remained  in the Imperial act.'"  Boiled down,   we find the  case.of  this. Liberal  statesman   against   Mr.  McBride  is  that when  he wa.s asked  by the Secretary of State about the ;  anti-Japanese legislation then   before i  the legislature,  lie was polite enough  to calm the. agitation of the venerable  gentleman, by  telling   him  that  the  Lieutenant-Governor had signified his I  intention of referring this bill for the j  ���������consideration'of the ministers at Otta-1  wa  instead  of assenting  to  it along  with the.other bills of the session.    It  was natural that the Lieut.-Governor  'should  have acquainted  his chief ad  viser of his intention, instead of allow  iiig Mr. McBride to leave  Victoria in j,  ignorance of the course to lx,\followed;  and  it was  not. improper for Mr. McBride  to pass on the information  to  the. Secretary of State, when questioned  on the subject.    But so far as publish-  HORSEFLY BONDED  Noted Property Near Nickel  Plate Attracts Attention  of Outside Capital.  WOLLASTON & AHUXDEL LOCATION  Property Is Situated on Line of Electric  Tram ��������� Expected That Work May  Soon  Begin.  ed there is nothing to show,  or  is  it  reasonable to infer, that Premier McBride  was  in any sense a consenting  party to  the course, adopted by the  Lieutenant-Governor,   much   less  the  adviser of His Honor in the matter.  Nor did he suffer loss of prestige by  accepting the situation caused by the  Lieutenant-Governor's      independent  action.    It was perfectly well  known  to all concerned that the Ottawa government would not permit this bill, to  become   law   without   the   strongest  pressure  being  brought to  bear upon  them,  and   it  was   natural  that   the  Lieutenant-Governor should prefer to  leave   the   whole  responsibility with  Ottawa rather than give assent in the  King's name to a. measure which would  be killed by the Ottawa veto  as soon  as received at the federal capital.    The  bill is still before the ministers at Ottawa, and is held  up by  them.    The  reckoning of the people of  this province  is  with  Sir Wilfrid Laurier and  his colleagues for their neglect to give  effect to a measure which the legislature  of British  Columbia, considered  imperatively necessary, and which the  McBride government are prepared  to  put into effective, operation whenever  royal consent is signified.  POWER OUTLOOK BETTER.  Twenty-Mile Lake is Reported in Good  Condition as Result of Recent Rains.  Things are looking very much better  at present with regard to power to  keep the works in operation, and the  condition of Twenty-mile lake is most  favorable. In fact, there is claimed to  be more water there now than at any  time since the spring of 1905.  The sudden falling off in water supply which took place during the latter  part of .July was not encouraging, and  with the large amount of exploratory  work that was being carried, out together with the ore extraction to keep  the forty stamps in operation, it was  found necessary for a few days to begin drawing on the reserve supply  from the lake; Fortunately, a. timely  rain came along which gave the creek  a boost, and with occasional rains at  well-timed intervals since then, the  creek has been able to handle the work  of itself. Meanwhile the rains which  were helping out thi' creek were also  adding to the reserve supply in the  lake, until now there, is sufficient  water, which can be run oil' into the  creek to keep everything going from  six to eight weed's without any pumping whatever.  This year with three diamond drills  in operation most of the summer in  addition to the numerous power drills  in-the mine, much nime power was  required, and that this work has been  accomplished with so large a surplus  of water to the good, is a matter for  congratulation.  For   years   the   old-timers    of   the  {camp    have   turned    expectant   eyes  upon the     Horsefly     mineral    claim  which is crossed by  the line ofr the  Daly  Reduction   Co.'s.  electric  tramway  between   the.   ore-bins   and   the  switch-back.    This   was  one  of Wolr  laston and Arundel's original locations  and. held by them after they disposed  of the Nickel Plate,  Suniiysides, Bulldog and Copperfield to M. K. Rodgers.  At various-times parties have tried  to negotiate with  the owners for its  purchase but as a rule  they  were  too",  high-priced to permit of a  deal  being-  made by any except those who  were  flush.    It is true they got a' nice figure  (variously stated at from   $60,000 to  '$80,000); for the group sold  to  M. K.7  Rodgers. but that was for four claims  upon which there was splendid surface;  showings and which they  had  only  held two months, but when it came to  buying a single claim that was not so  fortunate in the matter of showy outcrop, and upon which .i  very  limited  amount of work had been done,  it became a more difficult task to  bag a  similar wad to that which came out of  the Nickel Plate group which  paid  so  handsomely both the sellers  and  the  buyers;  but after paying Wollaston  and Arundel the purchase price of the  Nickel Plate Mr. Rodgers found  that  he could buy from others additional  claims galore at far smaller prices, and  hence, while others were being gathered in, the Horsefly  has been left out  in the cold, for its owners being well-  provided   for   by   their    former   sale  could afford to   be  independent   and  hold out for their price.  Some time ago a. bond was taken on  the property by F. M. Wells with  whom was associated A. B. Clabon  and others. Last week Mr. Wells obtained the interests of some local  parties in the bond and it is understood that things are shaping for  active operations on the property.  Mr. Wells did not give, details nor  nor mention amount of consideration  but those are details that do not concern the public so much as to know  that definite, arrangement has been  made looking towards the prosecution  of development work in the near future ; and the confidence in the merits  of the property which has always been  regarded most favorably here, are  such that important results are expected to follow any well-directed  work.  Mr. Wells had nothing to give oui  concerning, when development work  would be undertaken, but it wa-  clearly seen that he expected work t.���������  go on  this winter.  THE  DALY STATUE   UNVEILED  F. A. Hoss, general manager of the  Daly Reduction Co.. drove out to Penticton last week with his son Bradley  Ross, who is going back to Worcester,  Victoria, that the   bill  should   not become law. 1 Mass. to go into   a   technical   school.  " 'The story that Mr. McBride would   While   in    Penticton    Mr.   Ross   was  agree to kill I he   provincial   bill   if Sir   u,.'Ven over the lands of the S.O.L. Co.  On  Sept. '1 an  impressive.   ceivinoo>  was witnessed in Butte,   Mont.,   when  a statue in memory of the late Marco-  Daly  was   unveiled.    The  statue   \\a-  the work of the late  Augustu.-   Sain:-  Gaudens, the   noted sculptor, and   tli.-  fund for the erection  of this memorial  was  raised   by   popular   subscriptio.  from the  citizens   of  Butte  and   residents of Montana, in the material   a.;-  vancument of which he was so great ..  factor.    The statue was erected in lOi'ic,  but the unveiling   was  deferred   unfii  Labor Day of the present year, for tl;.  late Marcus   Daly   toiled   at    nianu,  labor early in life  and   rose   from   t'l"  masses to become one of   the  greater  ���������employers of labor in the country.  to    tl.  ���������nee   i-  i ��������� '��������� 'I  Wilfi.-id would agree to strike out of  tlie British North America amendment  bill the words 'linal and unalterable'  curries with it its own refutation. The  provincial  bill was  killed   bv   Mr. M.r-  and expressed his surprise at the large  area of fruit that bad been planted  and the fifty miles of /lume already  erected to irrigate it.  A communication irj reply  Boundary Creek Times' vcU-i  the Rock Creek bridg. c.-nno ioi  for this issue hut- will u-i .))..>:re in ir.  The. Times article was certiiiiil*,  piece of gratuitou ������������������ it">p-.������.'.iecvu.-e l">  merits calling do\,--,u  ;l THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   SEPTEMBER  19,    1907.  >'?*.  UiD  dkf  and  S;milkameen Advertiser.  Templonian should experience, a   certain  amount of. perturbation   at the  I prospect, called'up by the rumors that  j he might be  opposed   in .Victoria, by  Issued on Vhursdnys. by the Hl'IM.KV G.V/.Krrv.  Piunti.vc; ami I'ciu.isiuxu Comi'axv.        , Premier M.cl'iiide at   the next  gener.-d  Limitkd.   at- Hedley.  I'.C .,     ! election,  and   in   the  Liberal   code  of  Subscriptions in Aiivancs  f'c -Year   .Six Mouths..  ���������ethics  which   makes  tin  .'.'una' the means, anythin  Advertising Rates  ��������� ��������� !  Measurement. V2 lines to tlie ineb.  Land Notices- Certillcates of improvement, etc.  $7.(1(1 I'm- (SO-diiy notices, and $.">.W forMO-day  notices.  end justify  h   which   offered a  'chance.of blackening  a   likelv  oppon-  ��������� *-       - '  I ent was not to be  passed   by.     Before.  I the present smoke  has  cleared  away,  ���������       ...... j ,��������� i however,  it mav  be  found   the  very  Transient Advertisements��������� not exceeding one i ��������� ���������  inch. $1.00 for one insertion. 2.r, cents for j I1H,an.s which will   bring  McBride  out  eaeb  snbso(|iicnt insertion.   Over one ineb. . . o  10 cents per line for llrst insertion and 5 | fnl.   vindication   at   the   hands   of   the  cents per lino tor each subsequent insertion, i t     ,  Transients payable in advance, [electors   of  Victoria,    in   which    case  Contract Advertisements- One inch per month-  S.I.-J.*: over 1 inch and up to 1 inches. ������1.00 1 both lemplemnn and McPherson sta.nd  per ineb permonth. To constant .advertisers '  THE BANK OF  County Court of Yale.  SITTINGS of the County Court of Vale will \  be held as follows, vi>:.: At Fraternity.  Mull. Medley, on Thursday. October 17th, 1*107;  and at the Court Mouse, l'riiiceton, on Saturday. October 10th, 11107; at II o'clock in'tho forenoon of each (lay.   Hy Comnuind,  ONE   OF   THE    OLDEST    BANKS, DOING   BUSINESS   IN   THIS  COUNTRY���������50 BRANCHES TN CANADA AND THE U. S.  .'���������'-td  Ht.'GIf MUNTKR,  I tegistrar County Court.  Notice of Dissolution.  to end their political  careers in  ignominious defeat.    In spite of this  bluf-  <-���������  Advertisements will be changed once every j b'ng about asking for  the   resignation  mouth if advertiser desires, without tiny extra  tnking larger space than tour inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Clin rye. Vw changes of toner than once a mouth  the ui-lcv of composition will be charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in tbe otlice by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A. MEGRAW, Managing h'ditor.  pr^:.i *vn jsrjaztKUiZ- -sk ������su-..t -yrfri? i n mnarti:  Full Moon  .'1st  . Last quar.  ���������iiitb.  .1907  'SEPT.  New Moon  7tli  First quar.  Llth.  1007  Sun. Mon.-Tlies. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  1  2  3  s  9  10  .15  10  : 17  22  23  21  29  30  11  18  o  12  19  -'('  13  20  ���������)7  11  21  28  WORLD-TEMPLHMAN CANARD  That professional  libeller,  the   Vancouver World,   to whom Hal B. Donley's epithet of the" "bedraggled slut"  .would most aptly apply,   has   been   at  it again,   and   this   time   has   chosen  Premier McBride as the   object  of   its  slanders.     In   this instance,   however,  the whole   blame  cannot  be  charged  up to the World,  for the  subsequent  actions of Templeman and McPherson  show  very   plainly  that  the  World's  yarn had been inspired and the canard  hatched  out in   Ottawa.      From    the  fact that the World was chosen as the  vehicle for giving it first to the  public  instt ad of bis own paper the  Victoria  Times,   Mr.   Templeman    has   shown  that there is some little  sense  of  propriety left in him, but not much.    The  fitness of  the   World  for  the  job,   is  seen in the time selected for launching  the canard,   when    Premier McBride.  was out of the capital on a fishing trip  and out of reach of telegraph.   In concocting it the services of the World's  roorback artist must have been  called  into play, for  the story,   built  up on  the framework supplied from Ottawa,  wa.s put together  with all the reckless  abandon   which   only   the  roorbacker  can employ, and which   in  some features   was   too coarse for even Templeman to accept in silence   as is shown  in his interview in   the Times.     Now  it is a   well-known   fact  that among  the  Liberals   themselves   Hon.   R. W.  Scott, tin- .Secretary of State  has been  regarded as a   source   of   weakness   in  the   Dominion   cabinet,    bis    extreme  age and (be evidences of dotage of the  "sere and   yellow   leaf"   type,   making j  him unlit- for so responsible a position,  and helping to account   for  numerous |  resignations from the   Dominion   cab- ���������  i  inct, of men who were tired of being !  associated with incapables that were; j  fit only to grace a "cabinet of until]-j  uities". He is old enough to havei  been- the  of,Premier McBride, the opening of a  single constituency   in   this   province  is the very contingent they could least  afford.    Were such a thing done there  I would be a straight, issue .of provincial  rights.    The electors would  be  asked  I to   choose   between   the   Conservative  j party in   this province' which   passed  j the Natal Act, and the  Liberal  party  championed by  the Ottawa, machine  which   has  time,   and   again    turned  down the Natal  Act   and  which  was  represented at Ottawa by seven members from   this  province,   not one of  whom  opened  his .mouth  in   protest  when the  Laurier government asked  that Canada be included in the Japan-  i ese  treaty   that  gave   these  orientals  equal privileges in this  province  with  white  residents :   to  choose  between  the Conservative party led by Premier  McBride who wasforced to journey to  England  to  protect  the  province   in  the matter  of  better  terms,   and  the  Liberal party  under the thumb of Sir  Wilfrid .Laurier-  who asked  the  lui-  Imperial  Parliament  to pass  his  bill  containing the words "final and  unalterable" to prevent.  British   Columbia  forever from getting  her  rights   and  who succeeded in having these  words  "final  and  unalterable"    re-embodied  in the preamble of the bill after Premier   MeBride   had   induced    Winston  Churchill  and Lord  Elgin    to  strike  them out of both the body of the  bill  and the preamble.    With  such   issues  in a contest there wouldn't be enough  members to the left of the  speaker  to  form a corporal's guard in  opposition  to tbe present government.  NOTICK is hereby'given that the partnership  heretofore subsisting between us. the  undersigned, as hotel-keepers in the town of  Medley, H. C, has been this day dissolved by  mutual consent. All debts owing to the said  partnership are to be paid to John Bind, at  Medley aforesaid, and all claims against the  said partnership are to bo presented to tbe said  .John Lind, by whom the same wilt be settled.  Dated at .Medley, this lOthday of September,  A. !>.  1007.  Witness:. /    .JOHN IMCTERSON.   "  A. Mi-okaw.    I    .JOHN LI.VI).  ���������. :������i-5  Notice of Forfeiture  If. STIKEMAN, General Manager  .1. ELM SLY,   Supt. of Branches  Paid-Up Capital,  Reserve,       - '  $4,866,666  $2,238,666  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts of parties living at, a distance receive every attention,     ^i Deposits eaii be  made through tbe .mail, and sums added thereto and withdrawn at any time.  11 Drafts issued, payable at all 'points in Canada and abroad.  Hedley   Branch,  L. G. MacHaffie, Manager  To .losoph McDermott and any. person or persons to whom he may have transferred bis  interest in the Edwin Fractional .Mineral  Claim, situated on Nickel Plate mountain,  in the Osoyoos Division of Vale District.  -yOU are hereby required to take notice that  1 I have expended for assessment and for recording certificate of work on tbe above mimed  claim, ������102.30. being tbe expenditure necessary  to enable me to hold said claim, and you are  hereby required to contribute your share or  proportion of such expenditure together with  all costs of advertising. If you fail or refuse to  contribute such amount, including advertising,  within HO days of first publication of this notice  in the .Medley Gazette, your interest will become vested in me, your co-owner, under the  provisions of the "Mineral Act and Amending  Acts." . '  '    ���������  Dated this ,'th day of Sept., 11)07.  3-I-14  GKOUGR IT. CAHILL.  NOTICE.  Certificate of ���������:', Improvements.  "Zeertist Fraction," "Florence Lot (ioO" and  "The Kitty Fraction" Mineral Claims,  situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division  of Yule District. Where located': Clamp  Medley.  TAKE NOT I CI"; that I, Wins. deR Green, as  ���������*��������� agent for Thos. Bradsha.w, F. M. U. No.  B5.".?:'. and for Geo. Miles Gilbert, F. M. C. No.  liUxi), intend, sixty days from date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates  of .Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of tbe above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section ST. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certillcates of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of Sept., A.D. 1007.  .���������'(i-lO C. okIJ. GKEKNV  HOTtL'SIMItKflMEEN    ttEDL>&y, B. 6.    NOTICE.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Sept. 14th :  AT THE  MINE.  Maximum Minimum  Sep    S           ..         04        .. 40  59        .. 44  03        .. 38  48        .. 82  S  9  10  11  12  13  14  Average maximum temperature ���������.���������  Average minimum do ���������.  Mean temperature ���������.  Rainfall for the week    .      inches.  Snowfall        "        "       1.  coimi-sroxiJi.vf; wkeic ok last vkak  Highest maximum temperature 58  Average maximum do 48.28  Lowest minimum do 27  Average minimum do 30.57  Mean do 30.12  AT Till'  MILL.  Maximum Minimum  Sep    S             . . NO .. 51  0             .. 85 .. 51  10 .. 04 .. 10  11 .. 51. .. 14  12 .. 55 .. 35  13 .. 02 .. 37  M             .. 5!) .. 10  Average maximum temperature 00.   ���������  Certificate of Improvements.  "Little Pittsburgh." " Florence Lot')')'*," "Bullion Heck" and "Whale." Mineral Claims,  situate in tbe Osoyoos Mining Division of  ��������� Yule  District.      Where located:   Camp  Hedley.  TAKE NOTICK that I. Chas. del'. Green, as  agent for Thos. Bradshaw, Free Miner's  Certilicate No. US323, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to tbe Mining Recorder  for Certillcates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of tbe above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of Sept., A.D. 1907.  ���������������i-I0 C. di-B. GKEEN".  THE.  LEADING  HOTEL  OF  TftE,  SIMILKflMEEN VALLEY  This house, is new and strictly first class  in  every respect,   being equipped with all  modern conveniences ��������� electric  light, .tele-.  '.....phone, baths, etc.        :  :       Rates moderate.  W. T. ATHERTON,  Proprietor.   WHEN YOU HANKER FOR     Fresh Beef,     Pork or Mutton  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  "APEX" *Mincral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of Yale District. Whore  located:   On Pearson Mountain.  T*\AKtt NOTICE that I, Chas. doB. Green, as  ���������*��������� agent for C. H. Cornell, Free Miner's Certificate No. Hn!).")7S. intend, sixty days from date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Kecorder 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 ')7, must be commenced before tlie issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this .-'nth day of July. A. I). 1007.  :u-io  C. lil-H. GKEEN.  X  %  %  I  I  I  ���������5  !  x  K  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  I  K  at  *  at  at  at  *,  *i  at  a?  Cured Meats,  or Poultry  CALL UP PHONE IWo. S  AND TELL YOUR WANTS TO  Ko Jo EID)M������Sm  Iff������ ItyifcfeiF  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  The Central  TWEDDLE (Si, REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  Average minimum  Mean  lerof  the  Scott  Act: he j Rainfall for the week  do 40.14  do 50.07  .10    inches  MASCOT FKACTIONAL. HKIl'I'l*!! FKAC-  TIONAL, HLt'KOKOt.'SK FKACTIONAL  mineral claims., and CALIFORNIA and  HP I'CI'LA TO IE. Mineral Claims, situate in  the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.    Where located: In  Camp Hedley.  TAKF, NOTICK that I. Duncan Woods, of  Medley I*. ('.. \'vw .Miner's Certilicate No.  B.'wIW. intend, sixty days from d'ate hereof, to  apply to the Alining Kecorder for Certillcates  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown <'rants of the above claims.  And further lake notice that action, under  section .''", must be commenced before the issuance of .-neb (���������"rtilieale of Improvements.  was among the old men of the House  during tho Mackenzie, regime, and  with Sir 1'ichnrd Cartwright divides  the honor of being the last parliamentary rose of sunnnei. But it was  cruelty itself for men like Templeman  and McPherson to use him in the  manner in which they are doing in  order fo trump up a cry against Premier Mcihido, who is not the man to  place himself in any such position as  thai which they hope to establish by  manufactured evidence put in the.  mouth of the. ancient Secretary of  State.     It   is   quite   natural   that Mr.  COIMiKSl'O.VIll.NC   WKKI"  OK   LAST  VICAK  Highest maximum temperature 77.  Average do do 05.  Lowest minimum do 30.  Average do do 30.-12  Mean do 52.21  TO HORSE BREEDERS:  Dated [his  '������������������Mil  'nd day of August A. D. 1007  Route of the Oriental   Limited  and Fast Mas!  AXYONK interested in fine horse llesb should  ���������r* not fail to take advantage of the "Fall  Season"���������from Sept. loth to Oct. HOth���������of the  .Similkameen Valley Coach Horse Association's  fancy Stallion,  " Diplomate"  at greatly reduced rates (������5 leap. S8 season, or  ������12 to insure). Owners arc requested to bring  or send their mares to W. .1. Manery or arrange  to meet him at ICcremeos.  35-7  THE SFCKI'TAKY.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  "WINDFALL." "MORNING," "BIG HORN"  and ��������� ���������WINCH KSTEIt FRACTION" Mineral Claims, situate in the Osoyoos Mining  Division of Yule District. Where located:  In Camp Medley.  TA.ICK NOTICE that we. KIT. French, F. M.  (.'. Xo. B,'f)S0,  and  Geo. II. Cahill, F. M. C.  Xo. B . intend, sixty days from date hereof.  to apply to tbe Mining Recorder for Certillcates  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And Further take notice that action, under  Section .''7, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certillcates of Improvements.  Dated this 17th dnv of August, A. D. 1007.  .'it-IO  LEAVES QROVILLE DAILY 5:00 A. M.; ARRIVES 10:15 P. M.  Comfortable and  Fast Service to  Seattle, Vancouver, Vic=  toria &  Eastern   Points  M. COSTELLO,      -     Agent,     -    Oroville, Wash,  P. H. BURNHAfl, O. F. & P. A., Grand Forks, B. C.  DIRECT    CONNECTIONS   AT    SPOKANE   WITH  EAST   AND   WESTBOUND   OVERLAND    TRAINS THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   SEPTEMBER 19,   1907.  -^        Town and District.  REVELY'S  STAB L E  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  i'onr wants for Livery or Team  Work will bo'attended to  by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  ^=  | HOT EL1  IHEDLEYI  ���������K  K  K  at  K  *  *  at  at  ���������as  at  at  at  at  K  Kstablished t'KX)  ; ;,- Q ft 15 T   AND   CONVENIKN'T.  Sl'ECr.U.  xVlTKNTION   GlVKX  TO TItE Travuij.ing-PUHLIC.  $%: Rates   Mookkate. "ffiS  D. G. HACKNEY  Prop, and Manager  X  X  >x  3  1  %  X  1  ai������%tiai*m*VMVM������JmWP&������&*^^^  j Marcus Daly left on Monday morning for New York, going by way of  Seattle. .  Bert Keith who was spending a. couple of weeks with his uncle near Princeton returned to Keremeos last week.  C. II. Flood, late chief of police,  Phoenix, was in camp last week mi  preliminary negotiations for mining  properties.  Rover's stage came in on Monday  evening instead of Tuesday, having  some passengers who were anxious to  come through.  . Torn Henderson^ engineer at the  power-house, returned on Tuesday  night from .Vernon where he had gone  a week or so ago.  Dr. Mathisouj dentist, expects to arrive in Hedley on Thursday night and  will be here 'from Sept 20 to Oct, '3.  Make appointments early. "���������'���������". :. .  Mrs. E. D, Boeing, accompanied by  her little daughter, Lois, and her niece  Miss Ruth Bowerman, spent a few  days last week visiting Mrs. Soukup,  Mrs. Revely was the guest of Mr.  and Mrs. Hugh Hunter at their beautiful lioiue near Princeton, for a few  days last week.  A. Pleasant, who has the wood contract for the Daly Reduction Co. took  up a gang of men on Sunday to cut  wood for use on Twenty Mile lake.  John Cosgrove has 'the thanks of  the Gazette for a brace of fine plump,  tender grouse which fell to his aim.  The hills around the Park Hotel are  pretty,-, well stocked with game this  season.  Mr. R. G. Sidley, of Sidley, was recently married in Greenwood to a  lady who came out- from Belfast, Ireland, to complete ;m affinity reaching  back to their younger days before Mr.  Sidley left tlie. old'sod.  Messrs. T. Bradshaw and Geo. M.  Gilbert, with a couple of miners took  up a load of supplies to the Florence  group this week, and will devote the  next few weeks to exploratory work  on the Kitty fraction, which they are  confident will give good results, and  add to the importance of the group.  There was a business change, in the  Great Northern hotel last week when  John Lind bought out the interest of  John Peterson, he having a few weeks  before acquired the interest of Chas.  Peterson. This leaves . him now sole  owner, and the firm of Peterson Bros.  <fc Lind no longer exists. It is understood that John Peterson will go into  the hotel business in Princeton where  he. is likely to buy out J. Wallace.  FAIRVIEW  NOTES.  Aline kodak with several packs was  left at the Golden Gate hotel here by  some absent-minded traveller about  the last week in August. Unless the  owner relieves Mr. Jones of the. outfit  he may take to shooting.,  Messrs Campbell, Bromley and Ira  Dalrymple are working on the. Favorite at Kruger mountain for Mr. Elliott  of Fairview. Mr. Carinichael will also  be at the camp this week.  If you want to see trees loaded  with fine fruit, go through Mr. Car-  michael's orchard. Under a plum tree  a scaffold had to be erected to support  the branches, and one of the peach  trees is a mast of props.  When, men who know give away the  secrets of tin- bar and bench of the  B.��������� C. law courts, even the parson'may  conclude that Justice Martin has room  to do some   kicking.  The new road at the Steinwinder "is  finished in good style. The grade is  an improvement on the old  road.  The stage i pad between the Steinwinder'. and Keremeos would requireTa  special grant to pub it in good order.  The shaft at the. Steinwinder is  through the much talked of rich ledge  and is .making- satisfactory progress  for the 600 ft. level. From that depth  the ore will be taken to the surface.  Mr. Russell,'manager of the Stem-  winder mine is expected home, this  week. He has his re ward for the energy  and .perseverance with which be continued to carry on the work at the  mine in the face of strong.opposition.  Mr. Schoonover is on the sick list.' He.  has been confined to his room for a  week.  Fairview has stage accomodation  North South and West.  The public school is still without a  teacher. This is a good appointment  ���������and should be filled at once.  Miss Patterson prefers the tent in  town to a tent on the. top of the mountain.  Capt. Hine will go to Kelowna this  week. His arm in its present state is  not of much service to  him.  Mr. Latimer. C. E., of Penticton,  will finish tlie preliminary survey of  the Lower Okanagan Valley for the  S. O. Land Co. this week.  Notice to the Public !  OWING to a rapid decrease in the water  supply, it is necessary to begin economizing water to the fullest extent in order that tbe  works may be' kopft running throughout tbe  season. The Company requests, therefore, that  each user see to it that taps are kept closed  and that as little as possible is wasted on  sprinkling or irrigation.  SIMILKAMIOKX W. AY. CO.,  ���������iit-tf by F. A. Ross. Manager.  *^-%.  _   ......  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  i  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  :5  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  H  at  at  at  .*  St  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  I  at  at  K  at  st  at  st  at  X  at  at  at  st  X  t  %  at  Si  at  st  x  t  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing more bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Table and  bar   first - class.    Rates   moderate.  l'KTKRSON BROS & LIND.  Proprietors.  The Canadian Geological Survey  camp was broken up last week, and  on Friday Messrs Camsell and Allen  accompanied by Fraser Cambbell and  Harry Robinson left for Princeton,  where they had about three days' work  to complete last year's investigations.  Leaving there, Mr. Camsell will go to  the coast for a couple of weeks or so  before proceeding to Ottawa, and Mr.  Allen goes hack to McGill to take postgraduate work.  On Tuesday morning the mountain  tops surrounding the town were beautifully snow-capped. The precipitation down here took the form of rain  and there was a good volume of it.  In fact the thoroughness with which  it soaked everything gave reason to  fear that damage to the Hume might  follow the loosening of rocks on the  mountain sides. Early on Monday  evening a small break did occur but  it was not sufficiently serious to cause  any shut down.  Mr. C. H. Oliver, of the firm of Oliver & Gladden left on Monday morning bound for Tete Jamie Cache where  he will examine and report on a property for principals in London and New  York. It seems a trifle late in the season to set out on such a. trip, but the  parties were insistent that the examination be made this fall.. With very  good luck he may make the trip in  about two months, but the chances  are very much against his being able  to see anything but a heavy coating  of snow when he gets  there.  Mr. J. A. Allen of the Geological  Survey took a trip last week to the  Golden Zone, and was favorably impressed with the surface showings,  and the degree of improvement which  had been the result of development  work already done. A temporary wagon road has been constructed into  the properties from the Penticton-  Nickel Plate road, and over this road  supplies are now being hauled to fit  up the camp for the winter's work. A  stamp mill is to be installed at once on  the. property, and will bo placed right  at the working shaft so as to do away  with   tramming.  Mr. Mead, the best authority in the  U. S. on irrigation works, will be here  at an early date. The irrigation possibilities of the district are immense.  Mr. H. Jones has rented the house  lately occupied by Mrs. Lambly for a  residence for his family. He has engaged a housekeeper to look after the  rooms and tables at his hotel.  The Misses Hardie, trained nurses,  left here on Tuesday to return to the  coast. Mrs. W. B. Haynes accompanied them to Penticton.  Jack Parkinson, with his nurse is  homo from Kelowna. Mr. and Mrs.  Parkinson went to Penticton to meet  them.  Mr. Atkins, after being under the  weather for several days is himself  again.  The Sunday School classes re-opened  last Sunday with an attendance, of 'li.  Mae tried to ride, a young horse  without a bridle, but he struck the  ground hard.  Constable Sproule, of Hedley.  town to-day.  is  in  Miss Evarts was thrown from her  horse at the .Steinwinder camp. A  messenger went to Oroville and returned with a doctor, making the  round trip in five hours. Miss Kvarts  is readv to get into the saddle again.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  "PARIS" Mineral Claim, situate in tbe Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:   Camp Medley.  TAICK NOTICK that I. William Ariiott, of  Medley. I'.C, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B".'i">, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certilicate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a. Crown Grant, of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section ''7, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this li'th day of Sept.. AM. 1007.     :}(i-10  NOTICE.  OF   LI-  API'LICATION    FOR   TRANSKF.R  Ql'OR   LICKNCF.  NOTICK is hereby given that I will make application to Uie Board of Licence Commissioners of the Siinilkaineen Licensing District  at its next meeting for a transfer of the Liquor  Licence held by Lloyd A. Manly for the Great  Northern Motel, silunte on Lot.S. Block -I. town-  site of Princeton. H. 0.. from the said Lloyd A.  Manly to L. A. Manly and Peter Swanson, trading under tlie IIrm name of Manly & Swanson.  Dated this I Ith day of September, A.D. 1907.  ;������!-,' LLOYD A. .MANLY.  ���������  t  t  t  >++,-*^+^<+^&+<ts4*^&+&<&+<&<&><&'���������><t>><><&<G><><$>4>'-&+*  Heating Stoves!  ��������� ������������������ ������������������ ��������� =      ���������  ���������  ���������v     t  t  t  COLD WEATHEK is coming, and  you will require a NEW STOVE.  6et.lt NOW!  ���������  t  t  ���������  *!' We have a large range of McClary's  Earn ous Air Tight heaters and  ���������box  StOVeS���������ALL  SIZES AND  PRICES���������  from $5.00 to. ........ ... . .$25.00  "F If we haven't what you want we  can get,it for you on  short notice.  gHATFORDS, LIMITED  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  FA I R VI E W   and  HEDLEY.  ������������������������������������^^������������������^^������������������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������^^���������������������������^ ���������������������������  ���������  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market.  The V. V. & B. 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 and 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.  For Full Particulars Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  J. J. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $100,   $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  C. L. Cumming's  BLACKSMITH  Horse Shoeing A Specialty ! !  WHEELWRIGHT  and REPAIR SHOP  Stand opposite  Central Hotel, Keremeos  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  W4*w*w*y***i&ii*������AytW4*WAW+n**i**  &verytliing New and  first-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   'fable.  S  K  x  I  I  K  x  K  K  *���������  *������  K  K  x  K  x  x  X  X  X  $  X  X  X  X  THE  Great Nortberp.  Hotel  Princeton'  Is noted over the entire district for excellence of both table  :   :   :   :      and bar.       :   :   :   :  All the wants of the travelling  public    carefully   attended    to.  X  X  X  %  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  i  X  X  X  X  %  *  -nat^^^^^v^'ny^n^^iit^^^Hkctwe  tUe mal*p original ilesifJai^EincSJclv  in^s.'ViolflonES m Zinc er ttuppe'.-V'V  ������ur ������afk i? jstcictly ftMl������cW?wY*  0iir prices are looocr for \hz anme-,  guaYiiy of .������orh tfian elsaoWe -ft -^ v?  j^on'i tohe aw WBrh fnril ^vf-Sentl us a  trial DrSsn^}*CnHep^a!e3 prove if -fiPW  Bmrrsn Columbia THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   SEPTEMBER   10,   1907.  KEREMEOS  NOTES.  Fine Newsy Budget of  the   Happenings  at the Orchard Town.  ,P  .Miss .Minnie Alane'ry is visiting with  relatives at Kelowna.  Mr. and   .Mrs. .Moyes   are   now   residents of Olalla.  Mrs. Kruger, of Myers Mat, is the  guest of Mr. aiid Mrs. I<" rank Hie I iter.  .Mr. Cordon, inspector of .public  schools, was here on Tuesday, Sept. 10.  Tbe sale of (own lots continues from  wi'elc to week.  ^Tbe Hover and   NVelby stages go by  M: V. V. &-M. station every day.  "~'"A:* Y, V. ������S: E, station agent will   be  here this week.  Work of construction on the V. V.  iv E. .-from' Keremeos westward will  start immediately.  ������������������', Miss Moves, a. late arrivarfrom Scotland, intends to resume her work of  dressTinaking, and is now at Keremeos.  .1. YV. Keith will start for Winnipeg  on Friday, lie will attend classes at  Manitoba College for the. winter.  The Keremeos Land Co. are putting  cup a building. 40 x 00 ft., for the Fruit  Growers'.Exchange.  Stewart A: Welch, contractors, have j  given a contract to Thomas  Harkness |  for the-.erection of a warehouse, H0x75  feet.  Notwithstanding the number of our  towusites.   a wave, of development lias .  struck   the town  and  prosperity is in j  the air.  On Sept. 1.1th and for several days  later, all the . mountain peaks within  sight of Keremeos were covered with  snow.  Our old friend Geo. Cunningham is  with us again. He is in charge of the  commissariat department for' contractors Stewart it-Welch.  W. E. 'Weiby. of Penticton, was here  on Monday with a special. He did not  come and go without sizing up the  situation for stage- service.  PROPERTY IN  A  Good,  Safe  HEBIEY  Investment  Hedley  is the supply point for the Nickel Plate mountain, oil 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,  Avhich is assured in  the  near future,  it will 'unquestionably.  become a large and important city, and.town lots will bring  big returns on money.invested at the present time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ...  .... $400 to $600  Other Streets.   ..". $260 to $400.  .... 1 ElviVlS....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  For Those Who  In vest  Now.  Purchase a few lots before the Railway Comes~~~���������~  For Full Particulars, MapsEtc,  ��������� f\ tJF*t-"V   TO ���������  The Hedley City Townslte Co'y. Ltd.  L. W. SHATFORD, m m HPHI   PV      R   C  Secretary and flanager, ULrL/ui^ir   u. V.  \  Mr. and Mrs. Hale arrived, here on j >���������  Saturday, Sept. 7th,  and are guests at j FOSTER'S WEATHER BULLETIN  the Central Hotel.    Mr. Hale is the V. j    V. it E. engineer on construction.  Samuel Mauery and Dan McCurdy,  of Delniar, are on their way to the  coast, where they will take the commercial course at the college.  The V.V. it E. will give a daily train  service to Keremeos on and after Sept.  25th. Trains will arrive at 10 a. in.  and leave at 4 p. 111.  An iron bridge will be in place across  the Similkameen river at Manery's in  two days. For that time no construction trains will cross the river.  On Oct. 1st a brunch of the fCusteru  'Townships Bank will be opened in the  Becker   block.      Mechanics   are   now  busy putting in the fixtures.  The Great Northern having determined to extend the V. Y. it K. to  Hedley this fall, Keremeos extends  congratulations to friends in the west.  'The iirst September bulletin gave  forecasts of disturbance to cross continent Sept. .1 to 0, warm wave 4 to S,  cool wave 7 to 1.1. Next disturbance  will reach the Pacific coast about 10,  cross west of Rockies country by close  of 11, great central valleys 12 to 14.  eastern states 1.5. Warm wave will  cross west of Rockies about 10, great  central valleys 12, eastern states II.  Cool wave Avill cross west of Rockies  about lH, great central valleys 15, eastern states 17. This disturbance will  follow a long period of very cool weather, and will bring a return to seasonable temperatures and moderate changes; but about and following Sept. 14  look out for rough weather and severe  storms.  The weather feature connected with  this disturbance and most to be feared  in northern sections will reach meridian i)0 not far from 1(5, and frost may  be expected   in   places     where    frost  Do vouu. Boots and H.-vhxess  NEED   ltElWIKlNU  *?  If so,   take  them   to Shatford's  Store, to be sent every Monday   .��������� to   C. V. PROSSER  HARNESSMAKER  and SHOEMAKER  Keremeos,   =   -   B. C.  Special  iinrt   Prompt  Attention   given  to Hedley and Princeton Towns.     Xi���������l  X  NOTICE.  The Kereni c< >s La nd C< >. ha ve seen red  right of way for the  big  water ditch i sometimes occurs at that season,  from   Williams,   and   expect to have a :  settlement with the Indians for right!  of way through the reserve shortly.       ;  NOTICE.  TO  Till-; ('III':'.-   LlCKNCK   I.VSI'ECTOIi.   Sl.MII.KA-  MKK.V   I.ICKXSIXCi   DlSTIUCT:���������  T" AICK XOTICK that ! intend to apply to the  ���������*��������� Hoard of Licence Commissioners for the j  Similkunteeii Licensing District, for permission j  to transfer the licence for the (Jreat Northern !  Hotel. Medley, from Peterson Bros. & land to j  John l.ind.  :���������������*..-������ JOHN' l'KTKUSOX.        i  There are eight trains woikingon  the ditch. Mr. .Joseph YV. Armstrong  i.v in charge of this work. The camp  now two miles west of here will be on  Williams' land next week.  We will miss the familiar face of .Mr.  Kelh-tt who was superintendent of  con-truction work on sections of the  V. V. it K. east of Keremeos last year.  He is now on an   impoi taut woi k near  SmoI'.'HIC.  Mr. Stevenson of Olalla was in town  on Monday. Winter with a beautiful  mantle of snow is not far from the  L'olph'm mini's. However. Mr. Stevenson is  satisfied   with   the   ore   coining  from  bis mines and not  much concern- of the east boundary of Sect ion 21. Tp. ;").">, Sim  i     i        .  ,i ii illcionccn; thence south "ill I'liiiins: thence West, i  e:v aliout I lie weatllei. -JO chums:  lliciiee north -id chains; thence cast;  .,,,       .. ,. i     .   i -_'li chains tn poinl of commencement, and con-I  I ho force ol   men.   Women and  girls timiinK forty acres, more or less. |  a.' tin* canncrs* is doing good work.    A Tnr: Soi-tiikiix Oica.vauax La no j  , ,.     . .'    ' , / ., Co.VI'AW,   Ll.MITl'll. i  supply  ol   tomatoes  is  readv for the- ,,  ,,  ,,   , . , !  1 l    ' ��������� per I!. II. I'urkiiisoit. Atfout.     .  merchants    in   Hedlev.   Pairview  and ; Hated .Inly 17th. I!iu7. smii       j  '  Princeton.       The   tomatoes ��������� sent   out '     __  !  from this cannery this year is a strong '  recommendation and the demand for'  tlie'm should be good,  Notick is hereby given that all parties are  forbidden to enter upon or shoot game on  my premises.  ���������il-10 GKOKGKH. CAIIILL  NOTICE.  x  X  x  x  K  K  x  a  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  K  X  X  X  X  The Commercial Motel  Hedley,   B.C.  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING    MEN.  TABLE and BAR. FIRST-CLASS.  BATES MODERATE.  Frank   B. Me Arthur,   -   -   Manager  ���������^���������t ^?^b^O^V^*^B*C ���������5-'b^*0**B ^Pl*^'^P'*to^^^t ^0^> "O^^'^O^^^b ^fe'^t^fl^B'^^^^V ^D'^^S^^^S^^'^^fl^S'^b^S ^E^O^^^J'^D^fl^V  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  *  X  X  X  X  S  X  SIMILKAMKKX LAND DISTRICT.  DlSTIUCT oi>' Yai.k.  TTAICK NOTICK that I.  Kranl'Koynolds. of  ���������*���������        Kerenieos, oceupation surveying; intend  to apply for permission to purchase the folioiv-  iiifj' described land:���������  Commencing at a post planted about jj()0 feet  east of Ashnolu creek about 2l miles south of  Indian Heserve No 10, thenee south 10 chains;  thence east. 20 chains; thence north III chains;  thence west 21) chains to the point of commoncc-  inenf.and containing HO acres more or less.  I'KANIC UKYXOLDS.  A UK-. 1'Jth. 1*107. :)l~l()  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, Hanager.  Commercial  and  Mining-  First Glass in  Every Respect.  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.     Post House on Penticton-  Princeton   Statue  Line.  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  SlMll.l'AMKKN   I.ANII  PlSTKKT.  Distisut oi'' Yai.k..  '"���������p.*.'������������������'!������������������' N'OTICK that the Southern Okanagan  1        Land   Cniupiiiiy.   Limited,  of  Dentition  Sl.Ull.KA.MK.K.V   I.A.NIl   DlSTIUCT.  I  | Distiuct ok Y.\i.|.;.  i*T*AKK   NOTICK   that,  1, Joseph   "Muriel,  of  1   -1     Olalla, occupation    rancher,  intend to apply for  permission  tli  purchase the   following  described land :  eiunnicncing at a posl planted at X.K.corner  iccupalioii    In id dealers,   intends to apply for ! of reservation,   I'crciueos ('reek : thence west-  ic.Tinission to purchase the following described j 10 chains, t hence north SO chains, thence cast III  and ;��������� i chains, thonec south .So chains |o place of i-oiu-  Cumiiicuciiii; at a  post, planted at. the middle ; lu'-ncemcnt.   --    -      ' .IOSKI'11   MA I "SKI..  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  Dated Sept. 71,11. 10117.  Hi  NOTICE.  TO Iftf,  TravGlilno PUDIIG:  Mr. Duncan Koss, M..1''.. spent a day  in town last week. He was interviewed by several of the citizen.- of the  towns. bu(.,your corresjiondeni cannot  .say except from report what the harvest will be. Tbe removal of the post  .office to Keremeos from the old town-  site is sanctioned by Mr. I'oss. and he  will also recommend (lie opening of a  new office ,-i| Keretnoes ('enter. These  eh;:nges v.ill lake pl.-.ce as soon as a,r-j  rangeliienl.-.. e;in be (-oiiljilei.ed. A tele- ,  filione system \\'ill !������e juil: in at once to j  Certificate of Improvements.  I  I ���������'\Yiiiti.; f!i;orsi.;" Mineral Claim, situate in the ,  (isnyoos Miuiii1^ Division of Yale District. >  Where located :   Independence mountain.     I  i TAKK XOTICK that I, William Dalrymple. |  ! -1 Kree. Miners Certilicate Xo. |->;'i(i(iS. intend.;  | six I"..,- days from tho date hereof, to apply to the j  j .VI in in.lt Kecorder for a CoiUlieatc of Improve- j  i incuts, for the purpose of obtaining a- Crown j  j (Irani- of the above claim. j  And further take  notice   that action,   under i  section '!7. must be commenced before issuance I  | of -licit Cerfiiieali: of Improvements. j  Dated .lul.v   Kith. IW)7. 21 In     !  eounect   \.-i! h   1 lie    V.  k V'..  When   writing     Advertisers,  Mention the Gazette.  If you want a  good stable  and prime feed  for your horse  :  :  call on  : :  Plcaso  SAM'L D. HINE  Livery & Fc.d Stable  FAIRVIEW,    -   -    B.C.  ML.  PENTICTON LIVERY  FEED and STAGE STABLE  : ESTABLISHED ipoji  l^ine New  Covered St.a^e  Carrvinu'  "Royal Mail, Passengers & Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  Special. Rigs for Travellers, and Every  Attention Paid to Wants of tho Public  W. E. WELBY  IMBIWII W*������~ W*Mn if WWW WW iIMikWi ������i���������  *****wmi:ytwit -** Mnwimwtmpmiwwii  --PROPRIETOR


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