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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. III.  No. 34.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1907.  $2.00, in Advance.  THE CANADIAN BANK ���������1T M Y SPOUTS  OF COMMERCE  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of  ������������������''���������;     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  A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED  COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED!  84  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed at  current rates. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in  the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.  Rain Interferes Seriously with  Enjoyment of Event.  AffiNDAKE' FROM OUTSIDE, FAIR  A Greenwood Team Takes the Drilling  Contest���������Local Talent Bagged the  Shooting Events���������Athletic Honors  Went to a Chilliwhacker.  Penticton Branch, L. M. de Gex, Manager.  WILLIAM E. BURRITT  BARRISTER,  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  ETC.  Offices:  441 Seymour St.  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  CHARLES M. SHAW  Civil, Engineer,  Dominion   and   Provincial  Land Sura-eyor.  \ Orders man be left at Gazette office.  HEDLEY,       :       :       :       :       B.C.  i i  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  OUR TIME COMING.  Montreal   Star   Indicates   Where  Mining Movement  Will  Take Place.  Next  Vernon, B. C.  HORACE F. EVANS  GEOLOGIST  (College of Liberal Arts)  Will report on geologic conditions in the  vicinity of Nickel Plate Mine, and Similkameen country generally. : : Dcpcnelablc  and  elisintcrestcel reports furnished.  HEDLEY,  B. C.  Grand Union  Hotel  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  A. MEG RAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,   Real Estate,  Mines,  Crown    Grunts   Applied   For  Under  Lanel   Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident anel Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,   B.  C.  A VancoiiA'er, B. C,  correspondent  Avrites:   Any man  who  keeps hid ear  to  the grounel  these   days  can   hear*  coming the mining hooni Mutt will echo  to the four* corners of:  the  continent.  Not the lithographed-stock-certificate  mining boom of the early '90's, nor the  later Cobalt craze,  but  the digging,  drilling,  blasting,   hoisting,   shipping  and smelting kind of  mining  boom.  The Nicola and Similkameen valleys  Avill be the centre of attraction.    All  they need is the completion of the C.  P. R.   or G. N. R,,  both of AA*hich are  built part way in.   The. C. P.R. is now  at Nicola on the north, the G. N. R. is  at Keremeos on the south.    It laid the  last rail and ran the first train a couple  of  AA'ecks  age).     If the   management  lives  up to its  promises  it Avill  push  north now with all haste.     The gap is  only a little over a hundred miles long,  but it promises to prove the richest  hundred miles of  territory in British  Columbia.   Already the C. P. R. has  an  enormous  tonnage in sight at the  Nicola coal mines.     The G. N. R.  has  tapped one of the finest fruit,' cattle  and agricultural districts in the proAr-  ince at the south end.    Each road is at  the edge of the mineralized zone,  on  the north the Aspen Grove camp, south  of that the   Bear   Creek,   Graveyard  Creek, Tulameen, Siniilkameem camps,  Voigt's camp, Copper Mountain camp;  south of that again are  Hedley,  probably   the   largest   gold-hearing   reef  outside of the Rand in the Avorld ; Aspen  Grove for Copper;   Bear Creek,  gold, copper nnd platinum  placer; all  the other gold,   copper,   sih'er,   coal  and iron..  The weather came very far from doing the square thing by the Hedley  Labor Day celebration. The attendance of outsiders was somewhat better  than last year. Among the visitors,  Princeton, Keremeos, Oroville, Penticton anel Fairview were represented,  but the rain started in early in the  forenoon of the first day and kept it  up steadily until Avell on towards the  evening.  THE RIFLE SHOOTING  was the first event and took the greater part of the forenoon, although more  than half the match had to be shot off  in a steady rain. The shooting on the  whole Avas fairly good and remarkably  so considering the conditions, heating  that of the Labor Day match of two  years ago by a long odds. There were  fourteen entries, and the following  Ave.re the winners:  200 Yards���������1st Boeing, 2nd Corrigan,  3rd Rolls.  300 Yards���������1st Forbes, 2nd French,  3rel Boeing.-  400 Yards���������1st Coirigan. 2nd Boeing,  3rd French.  Aggregate���������1st French, 2nd Boeing,  3rd Coirigan. 4th Rolls.  To save time, ties were decided by  the range officer on the Aralne of shots  in reverse order. The only instances  where it had to he done were: between  Corrigan and Rolls for second prize in  the 200 yards match; betAveen Forbes  and French for 1st prize in 300 yards  match, and betAveen Boeing and Wood-  mass for 3rd prize in 300 yards match.  As all competitors did not shoot the  full complement of shots at each range,  the full aggregate standing is not given, hut the folleiAving is the standing  of the highest seven, which takes in  all the prize winners :  200  20  of the evening entertainment for Labor  Day was a capital arrangement, feir it  provided some variety for,'those who  do not'.care for dancing.     The  new  school building came in  most-opportune te> provide room for it?,- and the  situation was helped out admirably by  the assistance lent by the Daly Reduction  Co.  Avho.se  management   kindly  attended to the lighting and did it in  good style.    Neit only was  the* stage  duly supplied with a ioav of bright in-  canelescents,   but an  arc   light made  night  brighter  than  day in  the ballroom,      and      what     was     perhaps  appreciated     move   than   either   was  the lights placed at the. corner of the  streets to light the way OA'er the rough  ground leading to the, school building.  In   the  lighting,   Mr.  Anderson,   the  Company's  electrician,  and his assistant, Coile, gave their time gratis in  doing the   wiring.    Mr. Ross and  his  stall" have the thanks of all concerned  for the; courteous aid which contributed so much to the success of the CA-ent.  That Family Alfair had some exceedingly amusing situations and was thoroughly enjoyed by the large audience  Avhich packed the room.   The cast did  their   parts  admirably ��������� particularly  those taken  by  the ladies.    Between  acts,   a.  few   specialties   Avere   given,  among which special mention may he  made of the fine rendering of Lasca  by Mrs. S. E. Hamilton, who also had  what might perhaps be   termed the  leading role in "That Family Affair,"  although the play seemed to have been  written with a- A7iew to bringing out all  the parts.   Tt is hoped that the Hedley  Dramatic Club  will follriAV up this initial success Avith other performances  during the fall and winter.  Shortly after conclusion of the play,  the ball Avas in full SAving in the adjoining room. Music Avas supplied by  an Oroville. orchestra, at the head of  Avhich was Hedley's old protege the  Professor. About thirty couples were  present taking part, Avith many onlookers.  BUILDING NOW TO  HEDLEY  Full    Arrangements    for    Construction  North of Keremeos.  The V: V. ������fc E. have succeeded'in-  convincing all between Grand Forks  anel Keremeos that work on the way  to Hedley is practically now beginning.  Supplies for the work are just arriving in Keremeos, and on Tuesday a  phone message was received from'Geo.  Cunningham, jr., superintendent ' of  commissary for Stewart ������fc Welch, who  is now on the ground, asking for permission to locale the>. fir-si camp out of  Keremeos on the flat this side of "Webster's ferry, and forming the upper  part of the Price property, owned by  L. W. Shatford, M.P.P., and others.  It is reported that most of the work  between Keremeos and Hedley will be  done by Stewart <fc Welch themselves*  and very little of it done by sub-contractors. Chief Engineer Kenneily is  also reported to be in favor of cemi-  pleting the grade freim the present end  of the steel (Avhich is now something  over a mile this side of Keremeo*-.) to  the next bridge over the Similkameen  and laying the track on it so as tei deliver material required for the portion  across the riven* by rail.  If that programme be folloAved, it  would mean that- the next camp to he  established north of the; present one,  now being put- in, Avill be*, somewhere  this side of BrushA' Bottom.  OUR COAL DEPOSITS  and the Sim-  The Coal Beds of Nicola  ilkameen  Dem't shoot prairie chicken for one  year. An ordei-in-couneil has been  passed which brings that regulation  into effect over the whole of the province. The B. C. Gazette contains  the order so dem't monkey Avith the  law, no matter what whipper-snapper  may doubt or try to pooh-pooh it.  OLIVER & GLADDEN  :o:-  Civil & Mining Engineers  -*.o*.-  TWINE������ etndL  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarter.--: for Tourist Travel.  Kates Moderate.  A. IUknES, Prop.  Pkntigton, B.C.  The Helena Independent of Aug. 29  tells of the resignation of II. B. Lamb,  and XV. II. Brule from the Barnes-  King. This seems to ha.A*e been an  annual occurrence in the past with  these gentlemen, hut from the* way in  which it now conies several months  ahead of schedule time, it is possible  that they are now going to change,  from hardy annuals to blossom out as  monthly roses.   -���������-   Mr. L. W. Shatford, M.P.P. returned  on Mondav afternoon after*accompanying Hon. F. J. Fulton, minister of  Lands and Works and Mr. Carpenter  through the Similkameen and Okanagan valleys wlie-re they have been investigating the c-ue'stion of irrigation.  Possibly in no other part of the province Avill they finel information on  the subject ready to hand anel as complete as Mr Shatford has been able to  put them em to in the Similkameen  riding, where the Southern Okanagan  Land Cei. have made so extensive surveys and plans, and in addition to  these they had use of the information  Avhich Mr. C. A. Stoess C. E. Avas able  to give them from his surveys in the  Similkameen for the Keremeos Land  Co.  300      400     Total  F. H. French       20     23     20 ��������� 03  E. D. Boeing        22     19     21 ��������� 62  J. Corrigan 21     14     22 ��������� 57  L. C. W." Rolls 21 14 20 ��������� 55  Oapt.Woodmass 17 19 16 ��������� 52  W. J. Forbes 17 23 12 ��������� 52  0. E. Oliver 20     13     17 ��������� 50  The highest aggregate of two years  ago was 52, out of a possible 75.  ROCK DRILLING CONTEST.  The  steady   rain   Avhich   prevailed  during the rock-drilling, marred the  enjoyment of this event.   Three teams  entered for it,   although the third Avas  generally   understood   to  be   for the  purpose of filling in, anel it was generally believed that the contest would be  between the GreenavoocI team,  made  up of Sandrys anel Man nelson, and the  Nickel Plate team,  composed of Chas.  j Burtch and Carlson.    The Greenwood  team drilled 31 j! inches, and the Nickel  Plate team 30-j   inches,   with the third  team, Tom Wilson   and Tim Griffin,  showing   2-1   inches.     Last   year   the  winning  team  did 33������  inches  in the  same   boulder,   and   Burtch   and his  partner 30,3 inches.    It is but fair, however, to the Greenwood team to state  that they   had  bad  luck  with   their  steel, seve-ral drills breaking.    Tommy  Murray,  who accompanied them, assured  us that the  impression  Avhich  seemed to he entertained in some quarters that their steel had been sharpened by  "Chateaguay." the  noted steel  sharpener of the Boundary, was a mistake.    They sharpened the steel themselves, and did it- hurriedly before coming aAvay.    Burtch anel Carlson's steed  Avas   sharpened   at   Nighthawk,   and  stood the>, rock very well.  CONCERT AND  DANCE.  It was most fortunate that the Committee in making arrangements for  evening entertainment abandoned the  idea eif an outside platform such as  they had last year, and the experience  gained should make them careful not  to run such risk again. The Hedley  Dramatic Club had for some time in  view the plan of giving a play in aid of  the hospital, and to bring it on as part  HASE    BALL.  The baseball game, Avhich Avas billed  feir the first day,   was postponed for  drier Aveather and was finally pulled  off on Tuesday.    The Oroville base-  bailers,  who during the present year  have taken numerous scalps, put in an  appearance.   Hedley during the summer has had no team, hut as two or  three "good   tins" came   down   from  Princeton,  and Tommy Daly Avas up  from Keremeos,  they got together a  nine, to give the -visitors from across  the line a game, with Daly in the box  for Hedley and Elmo Henderson catching.    Considering the. Avant of practice  this make-up nine played a fair game.  Elmo,  hoAvever, was too light behind  the hat,  and as no other man on the  team Avas prepared to say he could do  any better, he Avas allowed to  play it-  out.    Daly started in  throwing an effective ball, but there is nothing more  calculated to take the heart out of a  pitcher than errors behind the bat and  in the field.   Long, the Oroville pitcher, after the second innings, discoA*cred  in his satchel of curves a variety that  required a heap of fanning and continued to fish  them  out Avith shameful  regularity for the balance of the game.  The  Hedley field  was played for the  most part in  pretty fair shape, there  being some neat pick-ups and  throws  and a healthy appetite for (lies.   The  teams were made up as follows :  Oroville.���������Isbestor 1. f., Sargent 2nd  b., Keve 1st b., Long, pitcher, Jordan  catcher, Sailing s. s., Gier 3rd b., Sain  c. f., Teddy r. f.  Hedley.���������Campbell 1st b.,   Hughes  3rdb., Daly p., Henderson c, Revely  s.s., Turner r.f., Allen c.f., Coile 2nd b.,  Hamilton 1. f.  The score by innings :'  Oroville ��������� 6 0 2 4 3 4 ��������� li).  Hedley   ��������� 3 3 0 0 0 0 ��������� 0.  TRAP   SHOOTING.  Although the trap-shooting, like  others of the early morning events,  did not draAV as many spectators as  some of the others, keen interest was  felt by all who Avere present, among  Avhoni Avere a fair percentage of ladies.  In this, as in the rifle-shooting, the  eiompetitors numbered 14. The contest  Avas neck and neck for a considerable  time, and for first place Avas not fully  decided until the last round was fired,  Bert Harris, of Hedley, Avinning the  sweep-stake of $25 Avith 14 birds out of  Minister of Mines Report  During the last three years a con-,  sidevable amount of prospecting Avith  Diamond drills has been done.    The  Diamond Vale Coal and Iron Co. has  been operating extensively (with the  drill on its coal  areas in the  Quil-  chena basin, and recently on its Cold-  Avater property.     The disclosures on  Quilchena were satisfactory, but too  remote from a railway for a present  shipment.     This  company secured  a  large area of the best coal lands in  the   Nicola   and     Coldwater     basin,  through Avhich  the C.  P. R.  branch  line passes.    After, several drill tests,  which  resulted   favorably,   the  company selected  a  colliery    site,     and  things are noAv in preparation for the  opening up of these properties.    All  the  work  is  done  substantially  and  with a vieAV to permanensy.    Everything is now ready for shaft-sinking,  and, as the depth of the first seam is  comparatively   small,   the     company  hopes to have an output of coal  at,  an early date.  The Nicola Valley Coal & Coke Co.  "(locally  known     as     the   G-aresche-  Green),   also   located   on   the   Cold-  Avater, has a large coal seam-to start  on,  an outcrop  on  the hillside  of a  good  quality of coal,  which  can  be  worked by tunneling.    Under the efficient management of A. Faulds, M.  E.,  this  property   is  being  prepared  for coal shipment.    The local demand  has   been   fully   supplied ;   also   the  Canadian Pacific Railway engines on  the Nicola branch get their coal from  the tunnel output.    A car is now being loaded  for shipment to Vancouver.     Counting  the  different  seams  known to exist on this property,there  is fully 18 feet thickness of coal accessible by tunnel.    The work so far  has been chiefly exploratory and preparatory ; but as soon as proper shipping facilities are afforded the company expects to have an output equal  to the demand.  PENTICTON NOTES  Continued on Page Two.  J. D. McDougald returned from  Qu1 Appelle on Wednesday's boat.  L. W. Shatford M. L. A. is relieving  his brother asnianagerof the Southern  Okanagan Land Co.  Chas. Greer's new concrete house is  iioav Avell under way, as is alsei F. H.  Latimer's new frame residence.  Certain prominent citizens here are  trying to get the town to buy 23 acres  of meadow land at the foot of Fair-  view Avenue to be used as a race  course and park. If the land is pur-  chnsed a most suitable name would be  "Skidoo Park." THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   SEPTEMBER 5,    1907.  Hmilkameen Advertiser.  "hursdnys. by the j-Ikdi.HV Gazkttk  ���������i.vei a.nu I'cm'.i.siiixei Co.Vu'A.w.  Li.miti:i>.  at iloeilev. 15. C.  the point of production and the market, form the main pi jinks.-in the platform, which is sure to appeal to the  people as being drafted with a. sole regard to the public interest.���������Columbian.  NOTICE.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per A"ear....'..  Six -Months...  . .������2.00 !  . .     1.00   ;  Advertising Kates  ' Measurement. 12 line.-- to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of improvement, etc  LABOR   DAY   SPORTS.  Continued from First Page.  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch,  10 cents per line for lirst insertion and ,->  cents per lino for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in aelvance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch -per month  Sh2.5* over 1 inch and up to -1 inches, $1.00  per inch permunth. To constant aelvertiscrs  talcing larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be si ven of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Advertisements-will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftener than once a month  the price of composition will bo charged at  regular rates. *  Changes for contract advertisements should  he in the o(lice by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A. MEGRAW, Managing b'dltor.  Full Moon  21st  ��������� Last quar.  2l)th.  1907  SEPT.  New Moon  7th  ''list quar.  IJth.  1907  Sun. Mon. Tucs. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  20.    In the consolation prize's the- win-  S7.00 for (>0-day notices, niiel'Sa.OO for 30-day j ners in order Avere :   G. Harris, of Penticton;   Dr. Whillans,  D.  Cnrrie and  Bert Schubert, Hedley.   Below are..the  .individual scores of the highest eight:  Harris, Bert ���������10110110111010101111���������14  .Harris, G. ���������10111101110010101011���������13  Whillahs, Dr.-0011100101111110.0011���������12  Cui-rie. D. ���������10100010100101101011-10  Schubert. B. ���������11111000001101001010���������10  Ya tes, H. W.- 00010100111111001000���������9  Gladden, J. ��������� 00000101010101101101 ���������9  Woodmass, ���������10110010010100100101���������9  HORSE   RACES.        ,  The principal racing event, was the  000 yards open, for a purse of $225. It  was run the first day in a steady doAvn-  penu* on a soggy track. The. Avinning  ; horse was owneel by Chief Charlie Allison, and ridden by his 9-year-old boy  Charlie. Some stop-watches gave the  time as 27 sees., which is going some.  600 -Yards, open���������1st Allison's Johnny Hooker, 2nd Richter's Panhandle  Pete.  Cowboy Race���������1st Michel Tobasket,  2nd Hans Riehter.  Saddle Horse, owners up���������1st Danny  Baptiste's "Johnny," 2nd Saul's "Dan,"  a Penticton horse.  Pony Race���������1st Hans Richter's Mc;-  Ginty, ridden.by Charlie Allison, jr.;  2nd. Okuin's "Snow-ball," a, Nicola  horse-, ridden by Austen Henderson.  Turncoat Race���������1st Baptiste's. Johnny, ridden by himself: 2nel C. Allison's  Sorrell, ridden by Win. Kruger.  Klootchiuan'sRace���������Ridden hy Ashnola John's tAvo daughters, Charlotte,  and Matilda. Charlotte Avon, Matilda's horse bolting.  i Mile Boys' Race���������1st Edwards, 2nd  Johnny Loreiizctto.  ATHLETIC EVENTS.  100 Yards dash���������1st T. Press, 2nd H.  Brewer.  Running High Jump���������1st T. Press,  2nd Tommy Tobasket.  Standing Broad Jump���������1st T. Press,  2nd H. Brewer.  Putting the Slmt���������1st T. Press, 2nd  H. Brewer.  Ladies' Race���������1st Miss Christianson,  2nd Miss Helnia Jackson.  Klootchnran's Race ��������� 1st Matilda  Ashnola, 2nd Charlotte Ashnola.  Boys' Race, 14- years and under���������1st  Leo  Brown,   2nd  Roy Corrigan,  3rd  Certificate of Improvements-.  MASCOT FRACTIONAL. SKIPPER FRACTIONAL, ulue gkouse FRACTIONAL  mineral claims, and CALIFORNIA anel  SPECULATOR Mineral Claims, situate in  the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.   A\'here located: In Camp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICE that J. Duncan Woorls, of  Hedley H. C, Free Miner's Certificate No.  IB,5532, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Reeeirdesi* for Certificates  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of tho above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of August A. D. 1907  ���������'12-10  1836  THE BANK OF  NOTICE.  i  s  22  29  2  9  10  23  30  '3  10 '  17  24  ���������-Jill'  o  12  19  20  .'6  13  20  ��������� 'X!  1  14  21  2S  Certificate of. Improvements.  "WINDFALL." "MORNING," "RIG HORN"  and ' 'WINCHESTER FRACTION" Mineral Claims, situate in the Osoyoos Mining  Division of Yale District. Where located:  Jir Camp Hedley.  TAKE NOTICK that wo, F. H. French, V.M.  O. No. BoaS!), and Geo. H.'Co-hill, F. M. C.  No. U , intend, sixty days from date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  ���������  And Further take notice that action, uneler  Section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of-such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 17th day of August, A. D. 1907.  . 31-10  1907  ilea  ONE    OF   THE    OLDEST    BANKS   DOING   BUSINESS   IN   THIS  COUNTRY���������30 BRANCHES IN CANADA AND THE U. S,  H. STIKEMAN. General Manager  J. ELMSLY,   Supt. of Branches  Paid-Up Capital,  Reserve,  $4,866,666  $2,238,666  BANKING    BY   MAIL  ���������H Accounts of parties living at a distance receive every attention.    "If Deposits can be  made through the mail, and sums added thereto and withdrawn at any time.  li Drafts issued, payable at all points in (,'ahiula and abroad.   .  Hedley   Branch,  L. G. MacHaffie, Manager  ���������>mmimr'Mrm������Tm3&mw*tt\i������srJ3mii������^ix*!!^vBzsa  1  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN    fiEDL&y, B. 6.    NOTICE.  .  R.  L.   Borden   has   promulgated   a  Conservative  platform,    Avhich    is  in  every Avay admirable.     There are sixteen clauses in the platform, and some  'of them are directed to the correction  of evils   and  abuses  that exist under  the Liberal administration.   There are  others  which    are    of   a  progressive-  character, and which if put into operation, would tend towards a better distribution of wealth among all  classes.  Under  the  former  head, says the Ottawa  Citizen,   conies the proposal  to  prohibit   e-ontributions  to    campaign  funds by corporations, contractors and  promoters, and the providing of more  effective measures to  punish election  frauds.     Mr. Borden   prewed his   sincerity   in   this connection during the  campaign   of  1904, Avhen he issued   a  manifesto directing that ue> campaign  contributions were to be recei\'ed from  any source,   the  acceptance of which  .eontribntievn Avonld imply the. expectation of a quid pro quo.    The. issue of  that   manifesto at a time   Avhen   the  Conservative   party   Avas   notably   in  need of the sinews of Avar secured for  Mr. Borden the high approval   of  all  right thinking people, though it'prob-  ably lost the party many  large   contributions.    It is appropriate that his  action should be recalled at the present time as an evidence of the sincerity of the   leader.   He  also  proposes  tha.t appointments to the civil service  should be taken out of party politics  anel placed in the hands of   an   independent commission.    Alse* that immigrants   who   are;   to  form   the   future  citizens of this country shall   be  carefully selected, and that the   bonussing  system.   Avhich, as   in   the   notorious  North Atlantic Trading company case,  lias been proeiuctiveeif such scandalous  abuses, should be abolished.    That the  Intercolonial  and   other   government  railways shall be  managed  by  an  in-  elependent commission, as is  the T. &  N. O., under the Whitney government.  Chief among the new proposals  is the  nationalization of telegraphs anel teslc-  phoues uneler conditions which shall be  just   to   capita!   already   invested   in  these   enterprises :   the improving   of  existing postal facilities, a yery much  needed reform; the promotion of inter-  imperial provincial trade, and the development of our great national enterprises under conditions   by   which   a  proportion eif (he  increment shall inure to the people.    These and  the development of our transportation facilities in directions Avhich   avi'U   ensure  the reduction of freight rates betAveen  Certificate of Improvements.  '''BEAVER." "BADGER" and "ORO PDATA"  Mineral Chums; situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division'of Vale District. Where  Located :   Camp Heelley. ...-.'������������������       ��������� '���������  TAKE NOTICE that we, I. L. Dearelbrff, F.  M. C. No. B5573. L. W. Shatford, F. M. O.  No. 155590, and T. I). 1'ickard, F.M.C. No.B-���������,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claims.  Anel-further take notice that action, uneler  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 11th day of July, 1907. 26-10  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  "CO1TM0R CHTEF"' Mineral Claimi situate in  tho Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located : In Camp Hedloy.  f AICE NOTICE that I,  Charles E. Oliver,  ���������*���������     Free Miner's Certifiato No. BonS-2, ihtenel,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a. Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this thirtieth day of .June, A.D. 1907.  eM  ���������Of-W V  26-10  CHAS. E. OLIVER.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  White Grousi-:" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  AA'hcro located : Independence mountain.  THE  LEADING  HOTEL OF  IflE, SIMILKAMEEN VALLEY  This house i& new .met strictly first class  in eveiy lespect, being ecpiipped Avith all  modeui conA-eniences���������electric light, tele-  phonc, baths etc.       : :       Rates moderate.  W. T. ATHERTON,  Proprietor.  k  - WHEN YOU HANKER FOR  ilanrice^ a y. **pAKE NOTICE that I. William Dalrymple,  Boys  Race, 10 years aud under���������1st- J-    Free Miners Certilicate No. BS'iiiS, intend,  Charlie   Allison,   2nd- Johnny  Loreiizctto.  Girls' Race, 14 years and under���������1st  Emily Jackson, 2nd Gladys Brown.  Girls' Race, 10 years and under���������1st  Annie Jackson, 2nd Vera Shatford.  Indian Girls' Race���������1st Mary Loren-  zetto, 2nd Josephine Nahumshan.  The sawing contest and the packing  contest failed to fill and consequently  did not come off.  ixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Ceitificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated July Kith, 1907. 27-10  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the Aveek  ending Aug. 31st :  AT THE MINE.  Maximum        Minimum  Aug 25           ..         49        .. 37  20           ..          -IS        .. 35  27 ..          54        .. 31  28 ..          58        .. 32  29 ..          00        .. 34  30 ..          57        .. 33  31 ..          51        .. 35  Average maximum temi>erature> 54.28  Average minimum do 84.28  Mean temperature 44.28  Rainfall for the; Aveek 1.40 inches.  Snowfall  COUItKKKIXUIXO  WBKK OK LAST VKAK  Highest maximum temperature 75  Average maximum elo 09.  Lowest minimum elo 39  do 4(5.14  NOTICE.  Sr.Mir.icAMEKX Land Drentier.  Distkict ok Vai.k.  TAKE NOTICE that the Southern Okanagan  Land Company, Jjimited, of Penticton,  occupation���������la lei dealers, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following el escribed  land:���������  Commencing at, a post planted at the mielellc  of the east boundary of Section ill, Tp. 55, Similkameen-. thence south 20 chains; thence west  20 chains; thence north 20 chains; thence east  20 chains to point of commencement, anel containing forty acres, more or less.  Tin-: Southkk.v Okakagax Land  Co.MI'AXV, LlMITKI).  per K. II. J-nrkinson, Agent.  Dated July 17th, 1907. 29-10  X  X  X  X  X  X  x  x  X  X  X  K  X  X  X  X  X  *  K  x  H  x  X  Fresh Beef,     Pork or Mutton  Cured Meats,     Fish or Poultry  gallupphoneno.5  AND TELL YOUR WANTS TO  BL Jo E1)M������NPS  H������ Ektefer  i  1  i  1  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <S, REITH, Proprietors.  NOTICE.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  Average minimum  Mean  do  All'  :25  20  27  28  29  30  AT THE MILT..  Maximum  75  08  70  71  (if  01  SO  nl.oi  Minimum  50  40  52  49  44  43  51  Average1 maximum temperature 09.S5  A\-(M'age. minimum elo 47.85  do  58.85  Mean  Rainfall for the AviM-k   1.0(1 inches  COHUKSroNM.Vfi WKKIC OF LAST VKAK  Highest maximum temperature 8(5.  Average elo do 79.S5  Lowest minimum do 51,  Average do do 53.28  Mean do (56.50  IN THE MATTER OK the Land Registry Act  and in flic matter of the title to J>ot 1(1,  Mock lh', and Lot (i, Mock 21, Townsite of  Hedley, Province of British Columbia.  WHEREAS the deed of .1. K. Rolls to the  above horedilniiienl.s has been lost or  destroyed, and application has been made to  me for registration of a duplicate of the same.  NOTICE is hereby given that a Certificate of  Title will be issued at the expiration of one  month from the dale hereof unless in the meantime valid objection to the contrary is maele to  me in   writing.  AY'. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar of Titles.  Land Registry Oliicc,  JCamloops. R.C., Aug. loth, 11)07. .51-1  Okanaoan College  -^���������==:^,.--.-, SUMMERLflND, B. G.  CMlKi.STfAN SCHOOL for young  men and women, situated amid  surroundings be.-autiful and in-  spiring and in a community of  exceptional moral strength. Regular  course for University Entrance. 1'hor-  ough Commercial Course. Special  advantages tor Music. Competent Instructors'. 'Well appointed building,  tastefully furnished, boated with heit  water, provided with bath rooms and  improved sanitary arrangements.  Terms Moderate. Kail term opens on  October 1st. Kor further particulars,  address l.hc Principal at Suiiimerlaiid.  E. W. SAWYER, Principal  G  ummingfs  L  Horse Shoeing1 A Specialty ! !  WHEELWRIGHT  and REPAIR SHOP  Stand opposite  Central Hotel, Keremeos  NOTICE.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  DlSTItlCT OK YAI.K.  ���������"TAKE NOTICE that 1,  Krank Reynolds, of  x        ICeremcos, occupation surveying, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:���������  Commencing at a pejst planted about frfid feet  cast of Ashnola creek about 2K miles south of  Indian Reserve No 10. thence south ID chains;  thence east a) chains: thence north 1(1 chains;  thence west 21) chains to the point of commence-  ment.and containing .SO acres more or less.  KRANK REYNOLDS.  Aug. 12th, 11107.  .'11���������10  A.vvt\V)w%VS&.  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  I  I  1  if  ��������� i THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   SEPTEMBER 5,   1907.  f          .. -.  .-..,���������>  REVELY'S  S T A B L E  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Your wants for Livery or Team  Work will bo attended to  by calling Phone 12.  W.   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  ���������A_                'al  Town and District.  -   ,,,, .������  HOTEL  HEDLEY  Established WOO  ���������K  K  X  K  "K  K  K  x  K  I  x  K  H  K  ���������K-  K  **  K  K  K-  Q'u'i.ET   AND   C'ONVKNIKNT.  Sl*ECUr, Attkntion .Givkn . .",  TO THE TrtAVEl.t.ING PUB'MC.  ������S" Rates  Moderate. *ui-ft  P. G. HACKNEY  Prop, and Manager  I  *vw  HOLLAND, FRENCH  AND  JAPAN  bulbs for fall planting.  Seeds-Mes-Plants  for  the farm,  garden,  lawn or  conservatory.  Reliable approved varieties,  at  reasonable prices.  Please bear in mind in placing your order  that our fruit trees arc not grown from  cheap imported piece root grafts, but arc  budded on whole root seedling grown on  our own grounds anel from bearing trees  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps and  Spraying Material, Cut Flowers,  etc.    CATALOGUE FREE.  Oldest established nursery on the mainland of B. C.  M. J. HENRY,  3010 Westminster Road,      Vancouver.  ;������������������ The Twenty mile Avagon road is now  completed almost as,far as the Forks.  .":' For sure returns plant an advertisement in the Gazette.  Word has been received from Hew.  D.'.'Cr. Macdonald, Avho is now in Alberta. .  Mr. E. P. Chilson and family have  moved from Looinis te> Nevada, where  Mr. Chilson is putting in a mill.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will lie in  Hedley about the 20th inst. Further  notice will he giA'en of probable length  e>f stay.       '  A nieetingv of the Hedley Rifle Association is called for Friday evening,  Se*ptOth at 8:00 in Hairsine's billiard  parlor. ,  Mr. F. A. Ross general manager of  the Daly Reduction Co. has been under the weather for a few days past  with a severe cold.  W. A. Maclean -of Penticton came  over on ; Labor Day, and received  numerous hand-shakes from friends in  Hedley, This is his first'visit tor about  a year.  It is stated that after this week, the  Oroville stage will im longer niake the  trip by Avay of Richter's pass but by  Fairview, until regular train service  to-Keremeos begins.,  Messrs J. D, Brass and E. D. Boeing came down from Princeton on  Saturday for the Labor Day sports,  and P. Heldstab came with the crowd  on Monday.  L. A. Manley of Grand Forks, who  is joint owner AvithH. Swanson in the  Great Northern hott'l, Prinoeton was  in town last Aveek cm his way to and  from P.iiiceton.  Mr. Kelly; a prominent mining man  of the Kootenays has been in town  for a week looking over the country.  While here he met, among the miners,  several Avho had .'...worked... for; him in  other parts.  D. J. Innis of Keremeos has, purchased the stable- and liA-ery business  of W, Hopkins, and took possession  this Aveek, The. new stock added and  to be added to the establishment comprise some good Avorking teams and  drivers.  KEREMEOS NOTES.  Notice to the Public!  OAVIXG to a rapid decrease' in the water  supply, it is necessary to begin economizing water to the fullest extent in order that the  works may bo kept running throughout the   ,���������..     'rMC Company reepiests. therefore, that  season  soa.son.     .iiiu ���������.^���������.Muj-tuM ruipiu.sL.s. wiui ���������Jiuru, inao  each user sec to it that taps are kept closcel  anel that as little as possible is wastcel on  sprinkling or irrigation.  SIMILKAMEEN W. "W. CO.,  2l)-tf by K. A. Ross, Manager.  X  X  X  K  x  X  X  X  H  x  X  X  X  X  X  ������l->  .������  K  X  X  X  -ssss&rrtf  -������^^������ife^  '^S^"'-  ml  m  ���������aa  if  m  ' 4  men*- -"vv ja "v 1 T <  m 'w*mt������ ������-���������? ���������r^ 1  x  x  x  x  X  X  X  X  X  I  Great Northern  Hotel  A muiv hou-e containing more bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Table and  bar   llivf - clasi-'.     l'ato.-'   iwidomto.  I'ETK!I:-;'>:-.:  |||{.(..S H: LIN'D,  .I'ropn-ftor.--.  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  fi  ������������������ettt^^^^^t^ti^vW^^H^^^Kt^^Wi  I. L. Deardorft", road supervisor, returned last Aveek from the eastern  portion e>f the riding, Avhere the season's road-Avork is now pretty Avell on.  He reports severe frosts over in that  section Avhich blackened the potato  vines everywhere except a few patches  at the mouth of'Rock Creek.  Mr. J. J. Irwin, Avho has been teller  in the bank exf B. N. A. since it opened  up here in the spring of 1905, is being  moved to Vancouver. This is a promotion for Mr. Irwin Avhich is well-  deserved, and his many friends in  Hedley, while sorry te> see him leave,  Avill offer him their congratulations.  Among the visitors to the Labor  Day celebration Avas Robt. Stevenson  who has seen many gatherings of the  kind in this A'alley, although on a  much smaller scale, and from reminiscences of other old-timers he was  generally himself a prominent figure  owning and riding horses in some  memorable eA-ents. While he still enjoys the sport and is an ajmreciative  on-looker, he is iioaa* content to let  others take the leading part.  The very apparent lessening in the  amount of drunkenness among the Si-  Avashes present at the Labor Day celebration Avas noted by quite a fcAV.  Various causes contributed to this desirable end. Among them may be  mentioned improved police protection,  summary dealing with sundry offences  last year, Avith also the better influence of a sober tribal chief and the  absence of outside Indians. The aftermath of last year's games gave one  fellow four months in Kamloops for  supplying booze, and several drunken  Indians Avere made to contribute to  the public treasury for their expensive  tastes. This year the sports went off  without a single arrest.  The bounteous rains of the past few  Aveeks have beim helping out in grand  shape on the water cjuestion, and the  sun of sweet content lias re-risen in  the eyes e>f the management. For  si'veral weeks past the creek has been  doing all the work, ne>t a drop e>f  Avater being drawn from Twenty mile  lake which in its turn is tilling up satis-  factoriIys anel increasing the reserve.  For the greater part of last Aveek  symething over -100 miners' inches  Avere wasting over the darn, and mi-  less a lcngthene'd spell of dry Aveather  again sets in, the creek should be good  for it lot' the autumn before it becomes necessary to again fall back on  the lake.  Monday being Labor Day, the public school here will hot re-open until  Tuesday Sept. 3rd.  Summer of 1907 is knocked cold.  The Rev. Mv. Jones was encouraged  by the. attendance at the evening service held by him last Sunday. Messrs  Jones and Thomas adeled a dent to the  usual order eif the services.  Mr. Walker, with his family, is living, on his ten acre fruit lot. The temporary building occupied by him will  soon give place to a more conunndi-  ous house.  The work em the Keremeos-Ashnola  water ditch is making steady progress,  but from the force now at work'on it,  your correspondent is not warranted  in saying that the clitch Will be completed this year. The Company has  not.yet received from the Indian Department, Ottawa, -permission to cross  the Indian reserve. The matter has  been before the Department for  months,  Mr. F. Reynolds returned on Tuesday from Kelowna. He came by  stage'from Penticton.  _ Mrs.   Greenhill   of  Hedley   was in  town for a day last week.  It is reported that Mrs Lowe has  sold her ranch. In company with Mr.  and Mrs. Coleman she Avent to the  Coast. '     ,  J. K. Pattern, agent for the Oregon  Nursery Co., of Salem, Oregon, is here,  taking orders for trees &c.   .  Why should not the citizens of Keremeos and the settlers on the south  side of the Similkameen '.froin Glie-paco  to A.shnola agitate for a bridge. A  bridge Avould -accomodate' many.  Where is the petition ?  Mrs Dowling, of the Lancaster  House, Midway, and her son Sherman Haynes Avere in Keremeos on  Tuesday.  On Tuesday a fine young horse   be-'"  longingAto the   Keremeos   Land Go.  Avas kicked by another horse,  and his  leg Avas so badly fractured that he had  to be shot.  Mr. Pete Bromley is putting a large  addition te> his blacksmith shop. Business is brisk.  The material is on the ground for  the Keremeos Land Co.'s Avarehouse.  An informal meeting of a majority  of the resident directors of the Fruit  Growers' Exchange was held in Mr.  Jelly's room on  AA'heri the business of the  Avas freely discussed.  The 10,000 cans ordered for the Exchange are at Penticton.  The first to occupy a. cell in the goal  is Lamb���������not the innocent, but one  full of booze.  Rev. Mr. Jones says that the boys  cind girls enjoyed the religions seryice  in  the. school   house on  Wednesday  Now is  ime  You Require  A REFRIGERATOR, an  ICE CREAJYI FREEZER  FRUIT JARS and  PRESERVING KETTLES   The BEST place to get them is at���������-'  u  We have just received a new  stock of the  above   goods.  Also ENAMELED WARE  of All Kinds.  ������������������  4  gHATFORDS, T^IMITED   j  ���������***���������     FAIRVIEW   and HEDLEY. .���������  . ���������' ��������� " ���������-.'!  NOTICE.  Notice of Forfeiture  Certificate of Improvements.  Tuesday   evening,  Exchange  "APEX" Mineral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of -Yale District. Where  located:-On Pearson-Mdriritain:  TAKE NOTICE that I, Chas. doB. Green, as  agent for C. H. Cornell, Ercc Miner's Certificate No. 1359578, intend, sixty days from date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And Further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of July, A. D. 1SJ07.  31-10   ' C. deB. GREEN.  To Joseph McDerinbtt and any person or persons to whom ho may have transferred his  interest in the Edwin'Fractional Mineral  Claim, situated on Nickel Plate mountain,  in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  T7"OU arc hereby required to take notice that  1 1 have expeneleel for assessment and for recording certificate of work on the above named  claim, $10*2.50, being the expenditure necessary  to enable me to hold said claim, anel you arc  hereby rcquircel to contribute your share or  proportion of such expenditure together with  all e-osts of advertising. If you fail or refuse to  contribute such amount, including advertising";'-  within !S0 days of first publication of this notice  in the Hedley Gazette, your interest will become vestcel in me. your co-owner, under tho  provisions of the "Mineral Act and Amending  Acts."  Dated tlii-5 5th day of Sept.. 1907.  NOTICE.  31-14  GEORGE H. CAHILL.  Notice is hereby given that all parties are  forbidden to enter upon or shoot game on  these premises.  31-10 G EORGE H. CA HILL  Mr. Francis McLean is finishing the  stairs, halls and third story of the  Central Hotel. TheAVork-is that of a  master Avorkman. The , third story  adds tei the hotel accommodation 21  good sized rooms. The Central Avhen  completed Avill be second to no other  hotel in the Similkameen district.  Mr. Boyd of Spokane is in charge of  the barber's chair at the Central Hotel.  Miss Violet Kirby, avIio A\*as ailing  for a day or two, is now fully recovered.  The stack yard on Mr. W. H. Armstrong's ranch near Delmar, compares  favorably Avith the best in Manitoba,  the wheat garden of the Avorld. In  two years, Mr. Jas. Elmhirst has  changed a wilderness into one of the  finest farms in British Columbia.  Keremeos is making a good start at  the V. V. & E. station. The new  buildings have a finished look. The  eilrice of the Keremeos Lanel Co. is the  latest tei reeieive a coat of paint.  Mr. Scott of Blind River purchased  a ten acre lot South of Rev. Mr.  Cameron's from the Keremeos Land  Co. and has an option em three other  lots adjoining.  ft CONVENTION  of the  Yale - Cariboo Conservative Association  will be held at the Conservative  Club at Kamloops, B. C, on  iRRID/W  SEPTEMBER.'27,'07  Local Conservative Associations  throughout the Riding of Yale-  Cariboo are requested to appoint  delegates to represent their districts at the Convention.  Do your Boots and Harness  NEED   REPAIRING  -?  If so,  take them  to  Shatford's  Store, to be sent every Monday   to :   C. V. PROSSER  HARNESSMAKER  and SHOEMAKER  Keremeos,   =   =   B. C.  Special  and  Prompt Attention  given  to Hedley and Princeton Towns.     334  HON. R.L. BORDEN, K.6.,M.P.  Leader of the Opposition in the  Federal Parliament, Avill be  present at the Convention anel  Avill also address a PUBLIC  MEETING at Kamloops in the  evening of the same day.  J. T. Robinson, Secretary.  C. A. Sehlix, President Yale-Cariboo  Conservative  Association.  TO THE.  Travelling Public:  If you want a  g-ood stable  and prime feed  for your horse  : : call on  : :  SAM'L D. HINE  Livery & Feed Stable  FAIRVIEW,    -   -    B. C.  <*.rrm:tMrMixAxmi  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sondlns a sketch and description may  quickly nscortnln our opinion tree whether an  invention is probnbly patentable. Comnumlcn-  tlons strictly conlldontlal. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oliloat uuency for HeciirniR- patenta.  Patents taken throuidi Munu & e:o. receive  special notice, without choree, in the  Ahnndsomely iltustr/ited weekly.  ���������>  I.nrcest circulation of niiy Hcienlllle! Journal. Terms, ?3 a  7cnr: four month**, $L Sold by nil newe-lealors.  &Co.3618roadwa"'New York  Branch Offloa, ������35 F St., Washiutftoii. B. C.  ir Iteppsn-v  _    'ol-c!assv>������'cf  6Jur pricea arelocoer for lfo same-,  guriVih/ of (Dorr? lhan fSlscfflWe v? & ifi  5Wt trite our (DBrti far H y* v? Zenb. us a'  trini erSer f\* QHie ponies prove \\ >?**)������y?  3EJTfSM COLUMBIA.  '    **    -' -     '   -"*i-������������l.>A^ "'1*.*"      ' " THE  HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   SEPTEMBER  5,   1907.  LITERARY ALLUSION.  A.   Keeenl    e-is������   Which    Indirectly    i'oar*  Upon llic (JuoMId-i of Kdu eat J on ami  the Study of literature.  As illustrating the matter of allu-  . siveness in literature, wc ,A*enture to  quote a letter, just received from one  who siyns hiinseli' "One of. Campbell's HiV-ioug friends." Indirectly it  bears upon the .epiestion of education  and the study.and uses of literature.  The writer says:  "As a lifelong personal friend of  the late Professor Campbell, I. wish  to express my grateful thanks for  the true and beautiful appreciation  in this morning's Globe. In senii-  m'ent anil feeling and form-it is perfect. The delicacy of touch makes  me certain that the fault is mine  when I pa use over one phrase in the  last sentence. The sentence is a gem,  but 1 feel I miss the beauty of the  phrase 'his own gray spirit." I have  read it over and over again, and  each time, feel more sure that it is  no misprint, but that it has a background , of literary allusion' .with  which 1 ought to be familiar. The  phrase has haunted me all forenoon,  and 1 cannot rest until I fix it."  The phrase referred to is, in fact,  an almost unconscious glint from' a  line in Tennyson's1 " l: lyases." In  using it the writer did not have the  poem in minel, nor was there- at the.  first any sense of similarity between  the brave old Creek hero and this  eager Canadian scholar. Its us:; illustrates one of those mysterious  workings of the mind in its own  secret laboratory, \vh:-iv. without  . the conscious effort or direction of  tho will, it draws up out of some  forgotten cranny some form of expression that is (itteil by instinct to  some heart emotion or some; unforni-  o ed thought. Psychologists may have  ' an explanation of these mental process; the most the rest of us can cle>  is to appreciate the fact and to pro-  vidc  faA-orable  conditions. George  Paxton   Young    used   to   talk   to   his  students    about     "old    sense    movements     returning     on     their ���������"'former  tracks."'   That may  oiler  a  clue-.  The>  unrememboreci    line   from   " 1'lysses,"  under   the    stimulus    of  the   emotion  awakened    by  thought    about   .John  Campbell,  found  its  way   back along  the  track   it   made  years   ago,    and,  without   conscious     choice,   the    two  men  so. widely separated  were bound  together   in.   one   association.     That,  too, is a matter for the philosophers.  IJut     second     thought    over   these  things,   and  over  the  discussion    tho  phrase     proA'oked,     brings  out     into  greater  distinctness tho  aptness,  unseen   before,   not   only   of   the   phrase  itself,   but   of   the   whole   passage   to  which   it   belongs.      The   passage      is  familiar,   but,   as  one;   literary   friend  of     the   dead     professor    said,   it   is  Avorth     ejuoting.     anel   it    may   send  some   readers   of  The   Globe   back  to  their   Kng-Iish     classics   for  the  summer reading they so much  desire:  "I am a part of all that I have met;  Yet ������������������!! experience Is an arch  whevethro*  Uleanis that tintravcled world,  whose mar  ���������rin   fsides  Kor i'vci* and for e������.ver when I move.  How dull it is to pause, to make an end.  To rust utiliuriiisherl, not to shine in use!  As  tho'   to   hrcnthtt  were  life.    Life pile*  mi  Ufa  W'er* nil .too little .and of one to me  I/.rtlc  remains: hut every hour is saved  Kront Unit ��������� ternal silence, something more;  A hriii'-'or of new things; and vile it Averl  For  some*   three  suns  to  store and  hoard  myself.  And  this gray spirit yearning in desire  To iVllow kuowleelgi* like a sinking* star,  ISeyoiul   the     utmost     hound     of     humai  thought." ^  Were we to point this moral itl  would be to urge upon teachers and  parents, unci all who care for tho  real education of the young, the inestimable importance, for the purpose of true culture as- well as in  the interests of literary expression,  of making the young mind famailiai  with the best things in the best literature. Biblical literature, classical  literature, modern literature, all  literature that is true and enduring,  has in it the matchless elements o!  intellectual and spiritual culture. II  would mark the turning back ol  civilization, alike for the individual  and for the State, were education to  lay aside that old-timo habit ol  steeping' the young life, its thought  aud imagination and memory, in the  m'ideliled   wells   of   literature. Anil  it is not as bits of ornaments with  which to trick out a prize essay or  to hide the intellectual cheapness of  an address that one shottlel gather  into one's treasure-house those liter- j  ar.v   gems��������� j  "Jewels  live-words-Iong  That on the strcteheel fori'llngor of all Time  S'niri'Je for ever" : I  Neil  for so  base an i nil  i  rather   that   the  emu;.ion  own    moulding   may     be  preciousness   and   worth.  Safe   Investment  IgK-mr   is the supply point for the Nickel Plate moun-  l^Jj   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  SiniiBBiameeii  the new mining tlistrict.Avhich has already been proven, by a  small amount of ckrvelopnient Avork, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Coliimbia.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  HEDLEY is the chief toavu on the route of the proposed  Coast-Kootenay Railway ; and with the advent of this road,  Avhioh is assured in the near future, it Avill unquestionably  become a large and important city, and toAvn lots Avill bring-  big, returns on money invested at the present time.  Scott Ave. (main st.) ......  ............ .$400 to $600  Other Streets............  ........... .$200 to $406.  .... I Erivi'l.������5....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months; with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  us   that,  eh;;.    e>.  ton. bed  There  perhaps no other discipline so transforming and vitalizing as liu-iature,  and, whether we read Homer and  Y.'rgil or not. we have in our mothei  tongue the master-literature of th ���������  modem world, and by it we may  Save ourselves and our g--'.1..-ration  from the barrenness and ilea'.:: of the  world  of  things.���������To on: o  Clo.e.  Clicaji (.'ontf 111 *it.  In an American court a defendant  ���������vho had just lost his case rose up  and loudly gave his opinion e;n th ���������  judgment. His words were frank, and  'as a result be was I'metl $10 for contempt of court. A bill for $20 was  handed over to the clerk.  "I have no change," said that  functionary, tendering it to the offender.  "Never mind about the other $10,"  was the retort. "Keep it. I'll take  it out in contempt."      For Those Who  Purchase a few lets before the Mway Comes  For Full Particulars, Maps Etc,  ��������� rtl>F������l_-V   TO ���������  The Hedley City  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,        '  Co'y, Ltd.  HEDLEY, B.C.  aftfc^raattiArafettaiai^Mfeftr������aii?������.*  THE  *  K  x  x  x  x  X  X  X  ������  I  X  K  X  K  x  K  x  x  x  X  X  *.  X  X  K  x  K  *S\ Wg '^'���������^���������^t^^'*^**^ ^^*5 ^^ **^^������'*^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  Great. Northern  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  ;  I  I  I  1  i  X  ;  s  x  i  i  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  # -ft * # -x  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  E-venrthing New and First-Glass  Bar supplied Avith the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market.  The V. V. & E. Raihvay Station will be in the  centre  of the  toAvn.  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.  Kor Kull Particular.-; Apply to  Keremeos Land Co., Keremeos, B.C.  .1. .1. Armstrong, Manager  Town Lots  $100,   $200  and $250  1, 2 and 3 Acre  Lots $300 Acre  10 Acre Lots  $200 per Acre  Terms Easy  X  K  K  x  *:  K  K  x  K  x  K  K  x  K  x  K  x  The Commercial Hotel  Hedley,   B.C.  HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   MEN.  TABLE and BAR FIRST-CLASS.  RATES MODERATE.  ������    Frank  B. McArthur,   -   -Manager  xo  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, flanager.  _ v.  First Class in  Every liespect.     Commercial and Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similkameen Valleys.    Post House on Penticton-  Princeton' Stage  Line.  B U LLE  I N  Great Northern Railway  Route of the Oriental   Limited  and Fast Mail  KEREMEOS,  B.C.  LEAVES OROVILLE DAILY 5:00 A. M.; ARRIVES 10:15 P* M-  Comfortable and Fast Service to  Seattle, Vancouver, Vic=  toria &  Eastern   Points  PENTICTON LIVERY  FEED and STAGE STABLE  ESTABLISHED 1003 :  M. COSTELLO,     -    Agent,    -    Oroville, Wash.  P. H. BURNHAH, D. F. & P. A., Grand Forks, B. C.  DIRECT    CONNECTIONS   AT    SPOKANE   WITH  EAST   AND   WESTBOUND   OVERLAND    TRAINS  Fine New  Covered Stage  Carrying  Koyal Mail, Passengers & Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  Special Rigs for Travellers, and Every  Attention Paid to Wants of the Public  W. E. WELBY:  PROPRIETOR

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