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 be IHccUey 0azette  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. II.  No. 34.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER  6, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  v">-  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  HEAD OFFICE,  B. E. WALKER, General Manager  TORONTO  ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  GOLDEN  KEREMEOS.  Ranches of Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Daly,  Mr.  Barcello and Other Holdings.  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN  THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Business may be transacted by mail with any branch  of the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits  made or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid  to out-of-town accounts.  Penticton Branch  J. M. Christie, Manager.  WILLIAM E. BURRITT  BAIUUSTEU,   SOLICITOR,  NOTAUY PUBLIC,  COMMISSIONER, ETC.  HEDLEY  B. C.  CHARLES iE. SHAW  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   and    Provincial  Land Suuvkyor.  Orders may be left at Gazette office.  Distributing the Appropriation  flEDLEY,  B. G.  H. ROGERS, :      ���������.<  M.A., B.C.L.  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER,  NOTAKY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  Edw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B.C.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Power or Light  Grand Union  HnW _  HEDLEY, B.C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER & GLADDEN  :0:-  Civil & Mining Engineers  :0:-  /VUINES eitndL  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  The Similkameen Star in drawing  attention to the work em  the Twenty  Mile Wagon Roael and the proposed  building of a school house and lock-up.  at Hedley, docs it in a manner to create the impression  that Hedley was  getting more than its   share of the  money at the expense of Princeton.  The Gazette inquired of Mr. Shatford  as to the Star's, grievance about lack  of school accommodation at Princeton  and was told that no representation  had been made to him about the matter until two weeks ago.   and  he had  already communicated with the Education  Department, asking   that   at  least authority  be given  to   provide  temporary accommodation  to relieve  any over-crowding that may exist until definite arrangements   for a new  building could be made:  As for a lockup at Hedley,' surely the Star doesn't  mean ,to be so unfair as to attempt to  make any outcry about that.   Prince-'  tern has alwa ys had a lock-up.   . Past  governments have erected lock-hps at  points where there is no longer any  necessity to maintain a constable, as  at  Camp   McKinney   and    Osoyoos,  while Hedley, surrounded with Indian  reservations,   having six hotels that  pay to  the government in  hotel  licences alone, $1200 a year, and with a  pay-roll larger bhan the combined payrolls of the   Similkameen   and   West  Yale electoral elistricfs,   has been allowed by the present government to  get along as best  it  may   without  a  lock-up.     When  the only complaint  against the distribution of the appropriation for public works.m the Similkameen electoral district, has   to   be  based on grounds so unreasonable as  this kick about a. lock-up for Hedley,  then Mr.. Shsitford is in pretty good  shape to ge>   into any portion  riding and show that  treated alike.  Continued from lust, week.  Farther on are a number of lots  owned by non-resielents, on which  tree-planting has been done; by the.  Land Company, and in very-few cases  can a tree he: found that has failed, to  do well. At one point'the irrigation  ditch has been carried over a deep  depression by meims of a high flume  e>r viaduct. An extraordinary feature  about this row of small holdings between the road and the; foot of the  steep mountain, is that the prosperous  .appearance of the young trees is altogether at variance with what one  would expect from the. soil on the  roadway, for at' the foot of each telephone post is seen a barrowf ul or two  of most inhospitable looking gravel.  The Keremeos Land Company have  been changing somewhat the geeig-  raphy of the neighborhood and a new  road has been opened out running  through the new townsite which they  have laiel out on the flat nearer the  river and distant from the original  Keremeos townsite something over a  mile. The "lower" end of this road  emerges on the old trunk road at a  point near the north west corner of  Mrs. Daly's ranch, and the upper end  meets the road up the riven- near the  old holding of Barringtoii Price. The  Land Conipanv's new townsite. is. on  this road and close to the track of the  V. V. & E. It has a commodious  hotel, the Alkezar. owned by P. Marks.  a large livery barn by D. .1. Inn is, and  a general store.by Shaw Bros, iii which  a fair stock is carried, and another  store building which has been erected  by G. W. Maloan for a- hardware and  tinshop. Some private dwellings, and  off. by itself the inevitable Chink  washoe house,  completes thej. present  LABOR DAY SPORTS  A Falling Off" In Attendance,  Due to the Prevailing  Dulness  Interesting Events Pulled Off  Drilling; Contest Exciting-���������Hedley Wins  Baseball Tournament- -Good  Racing Events.  Hedley's fourth celebration'of Labor  Day brought the usual luck of King's  weather.- This is'the Similkaineen's  way of telling labor that she appreciates it and is pleased to see labor  enjoy itself. The Similkameen has  much to hope from labor, for it is to  labor she must look to have the wealth  dug out of these everlasting hills and  her broad fertile acres tilled. >  There was, however, a falling off in  attendance this year at the sports,  due no doubt to the prevailing dulness  that has affected work as well as play.  The falling off was particularly .noticeable in the attendance from the outside), which was not nearly up to that  of former years, notwithstanding the  fact that Hedley is never backward in  patronizing sports elsewhere.  It jnay have been a mistake to attempt to-keep up the two days' celebration instead of one, and there is  every preibability that had the sports  been confined to one day, a with a live',  methodical 'committee to see that  events "do not drag, the celebrations  would be much more popular with  outsiders and draw bigger crowds..  Next year, 'with railway communication, effort should be. made to cater  more to this outside patronage by  securing special trains to run excursions from eastern points, and have a  good bill of fare for them that can be  ment of curves, but deficient in speed,  pitched the balance. Messenger occupied the box fen- Hedley, and with  the assistance of the Hedley catcher,  Watson, did a liberal amount-of fanning. Hedley put up some good steady  ball and the visitors also played a good  steady field. Fortunately, T. D. Pickard reached town and played his old  position e>f first base without an error,  while Dell Young lent a neighborly  hand to hold down second and gave; a.  good, account eu" himself.  The teams were'as follows:  Night Hawk.���������Pooled-. Nichols,  Jordan, Isbister, Berry,   E.   Riehter,  W.  Riehter Brewer, H. Riehter.  Hedley.���������Watson. Messenger, Pickard. Young, Brule, Cootes, Bragg. Irwin.  The score by innings:  Night-hawk���������0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1-4.  Hedley       ��������� 8 0 0 (5 0 3 8- 5 x���������20.  number of buildings, where a- year ago-1  there were none.   The close proximity  pulled off in one day, 'allowing them  of the railway track and the and the j to 'return home the same evening ; but  THE   CHOPPING   Ce)NTEST  was also of special inteiest. Two competitors entered, aud only 20 seconds  difference in time' showe-d how close  was the race. The man who lost was,  however, the more finished axeman,  making a nejater cut aud showing better judgment, biit didn't hurrv enoifgh.  IieiRSE RACES  The house racing, particularly on  the second elay. was considered the  bo.-t that has been helel here.  THE OPEN   AIR   DANCE  on Monday evening was a pronoumced  success. A platform 80 x GO was constructed on Scott Avenue, walled in  with evergieens and well lighted with  j electric lights in Chinese lanterns, the  electric fixtures being loaned for the  occasion through courtesy of the management of the Daly Reduction Co.,  and the work done by electrician .!. C.  R. Cootes. About forty couples were  present, and the music supplied bv  Miss Machin and Messrs. Wright and  Gibbon was excellent.  all  of the  have  been  "      DKAI.KK IN  FANCY DRY GOODS and  BOOTS and SHOES.  GiaiKlct & Wynne  ASSAYJERS  Metallurgists anil Mining Engineers  Don't Sit in a Draught  to Cool Off  Take a cool draught inwai-ellv  of nii.v of our -beverages.  IRON BREW  Is the most wholesome, most  refreshing and most. inviting  of nil thirst quenchers���������tastes  good  and  does  you good.  SIMILKAMEEN   BOTTLING  WORKS,    : :   HEDLEY, B. C.  Mail orders promptly lllled.  MINKS   AND   .MILLS    EXAMINED,  SAMPLED    AND    KKPORTE1)    ON.  Samples   by mall  attention. Correspondences solicited  rccoivo prompt  iii "  H. H. Claudkt,  ROSSLAND.  L. C. Wynne,  Phinceton.  HOTEL  METROPOLE  VANCOUVER, B. C.  American  imel European Plan.  Commercial Headquarters, ami convenient to Business Centre,  Theatres, AVlinrves  and Depots.  Steam - Heated,   Electric - Lighted,  Elevator and other modern  conveniences.  GEO.  L. HOWE, Proprietor  Abbot Street  immediate prosecution of work thereon where a large gravel bank is being  removed bv the steam shovel, will  make things much busier in the .new  townsite than they have been up to  the present.  A very prosperous looking- quarter  of the new holdings is  that of Mr.  Woodrow,   a non-resident,   who has  30 acres in all, 20 of them on the new  roael 'and a 10 acre  block em  the old  road which passes Mrs. Daly's.    These  are in charge eif Mr. Ogilvie, who has  given his entire time to them.     On  this land 2800 trees have been planted,  including   prunes,     plums,   'peaches,  apples, cherries, apriceits and almonds.  On another street which  runs out  from the new townsite  to  give communication with  the   old. town  and  points   up Keremeos Creek,   are   the  holdings  of   Mr.   Hunt of Carberry,  Man., and Rev. A. H. Cameron.    Mr.  Hunt is a member of the Keremeos  Land Company.    His ten acre holding  was all  ploughed   and  trees   planted  out, but no building done- apart from  the fencing.   The trees have done remarkably well, but more cultivation is  neeeled  to keep elown  the enormous  growth  of wee'ils,   which,   no   matter  how eloquently  they  tell of the surpassing  fertilily   of  the   soil,   detract  from both the appearances  ami value  ! of a holding.  Mr. Cameron's lot is about midway  between lliv old town ami the new.  On it he has erected for his present  use, a dwelling and stable, ami the  lane! is hoinr.-; ploughed preparatory to  pla-nting next spring. Tin- lot is a  choice one.  A   few   years   hence  when  further  subelivision has been made and  cultivation   is   more:  closely  attended to,  with a man to elevote his whole time,  to each ten ae-i-es, some idea,  may  be  obtained of the cemdition   of   alfairs  that will exist in   this   wide1,   fertile  valley,   which with  proper attention  will blossom as a rose,  have set the pace  and  what can   be eleme,  have encouraged  the   expectation   that a dozen years  hence will witness the   existence   e>f  large,  rich vineyards   (Mr. Richter's  grapes already show that enormous  yieleis   result   from   cultivation   and  care) which will bring pampered luxury to the horny-fisted wheat growers  of the northwest.  Mrs. Daly's ranch was next visited.  The homestead, situated on a sunny  southern slope with the orchard clus-  Coutinuod on Page Four.  it is perhaps too soon  now  planning so far ahead.  to  begin  THE  DRILLING CONTEST  was the first part of the programme to  be pulled off and took place in the old  dry creek bottom on Haynes St., between   the   New   Zealand Heitel and  Revely's livery barn.   Four teams entered and the drilling was elone on the  same rock used two years ago.   The  first te> try was an Olalla team,  consisting of D. McEachren and John A.  McDonald,   who,   in   spite   of   some  trouble with sticking drills, put down  33& inches.     They were followed by  Messrs. George and Burns Bowerman,  who had the ill-luck te> break a couple  e>f drills, and made 27$ inches.   J. Mc-  Kinnon and Tom Wilson followed and  put down 2-l{r inches, but the real'contest was em when the last team, consisting of Burch and Carlson,  began  their   fifteen   minute   stunt.     Every  team of the four   had   winners,   for  Archie McEachren's prowess with the  hammer   is   well   known,   McKinnem  Bios,   were; first in  1903,  Burch and  Gee).  Bowerman  in  1904,  Burch and  Elstrom in 1905.   It was now a contest between  Sweden  and   Scotland,  the Sandies and the Dugalds shaking  their collateral at the Yonnies and the  Olies, with numerous takers.   It looked  as if they were running neck anel neck,  but   when   the   measurements    were  taken  it was seen that oatmeal as a.  diet hael demonstrated its ascendancy  over pickled cucumbers,  for the hole  nieasiire'd but 30tJ inches, anel the two  Macks   were   left   victorious.     Thus  Olalla carried off the prize, but it was  a peipular win and the winners  were  congratulated on all sidew.  The; following is a list of the prize  winners :  Rock Drilling���������1st McEachren and  McDonald, 2nd Burch and Carlson.  Log Chopping���������1st C. Volruth, 2nd  T. J. Gorman.  HORSE   RACES.  open���������1st H.  Richter's  Sir  The few who  deinonsfrate'd  BASEBALL. Ce������IPETITION  For two or three days before the*  celebration it was taken as a foregone  conclusion that the baseball competition would ge> by default. Late Sunday night, however, the Night-hawk  team, short a few players which they  were-to make up from Keremeos, arrived on the scene, and it was up to  Hedley to hustle together the several  parts of a semi-disbanded team, and  supply one or two missing parts with  substitutes, to meet them. The. game  took place on Monday afternoon, and  although rather one-sided it was a  fairly good exhibition of the game.  Ed.' Riehter pitched the first part of  the game for Nighthawk and Nichol  an old baseballer .with a goodly assort*  4 Mile,  Henrv, 2nd C. Allison's Jessie.  i Mile Pony Race���������1st, J. Innis' Bessie, 2nd Batiste's Ropney.  ���������} Mile Saddle Race���������1st C. Allison's  Johnny, 2nd J. Aleck's Dick.  ���������\ Mile Klootchman's Race���������1st   on Aleck's horse Dickson, 2nd  on  B. Allison's horse Johnny.  -\ Mile Boys' Race���������1st Johnny Lor-  enzctto riding Roney, 2nd Johnny  An'toine riding Billy.  Cowboy Race���������1st J. Innis' horse  Queen, 2nd Marcelle's horse Nick.  FOOT  RACES.  & Mile open���������1st H. Brewer. 2nd  W. Kruger.  3-Legged Race���������1st Kruger anel Nai-  cisse, 2nel H. Riehter and H. Brewer.  100 Yards Dash��������� 1st H. Brewer. 2nd  Andrew Joli.  50 Yards Ladies' Rae-e ��������� 1st Miss  Steitt, 2nel Mrs. Bragg, 3rd Miss Irelaiul  50 Yards Klootchman's Race���������1st  Yellow, 2nd Blue.  50 Yards Boys Race", uneler 1-1���������  1st B. Schubert, 2nd .1, Woodward.  50 Yarels Girls' Race', uneler 14���������  1st Gladys Brown. 2nd Emily Jae-kson.  50 Yards Boys' Race, uniier 10���������1st  C. Allison, 2nd H. Bowerman and J.  Brewer, tie.  100 Yards Girls' Race, under 10���������1st  Sarah Cootes, 2nd Annie Jackson, 3rd  Florence Messenger.  ATHLETIC EVENTS..  Running Broad Jump���������1st Kruger.  2nd Brewer.  Running High Jump���������1st Andrew  Joli, 2nd Machcl and Allison, tie.  Standing Broad Jump���������1st Machel,  2nd Brewer.  Standing High Jump���������1st Geo. Lyon,  2nd H. Brewer.  Hop, Step and Jump���������1st Brewer.  2nd Kruger.  Putting the Shot���������1st Ed, Riehter.  2nd Sol Hamilton.  All who have accounts against the  Sports Committee are requested to  hand them in at once.  , David James goes up to the Nickel  Plate this week to take charge of the  boarding house up there. THE  HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   SEPTEMBER G,   1900.  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  'Issued on Thursdays, by the Hedlbv Gazkttk  PKI.VTINtt AND I'UIII.ISIMNG CO.MI'.V.N'V,  Llmitkd.   at Hedley.  B. C.  LOSS  FROM   FOREST   FIRES  Wolf Creek Ranchers Have Hard  Fight  :   ��������� Serious'Damage on One-mile���������Millions of Feet Destroyed on. the  Hope   Trail ,;  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Vear....  Six Mouths.  .82.00  .  1.00  Feirest fire's have;  sides of Princeton,  ate'el no erne1, seems  resultant damages  been raging <>n all  ���������How they origin-  te> kneiw, but the;  sonic  have!  reason  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of improvement, etc.  ������7.00 for 00-day notices, and $5.00 for 30-day  notices.'  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion. - Over one inch,  1(1 cents per line for Hist insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients! payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month,  ������!."������; over 1 inch and up to it inches, $1.00  per inch per month. To-constant advertisers  taking larger space than   .'our inches, on  application, rates will be given or' 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 often or than once a month  the  price of composition  will  be .charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the ollice by noon on Tuesday to He-cure-  attention fen-that week's issue.  A   MEQRAW,  Managing b'dltor.  Notice of Assignment.  Creditors' Trust Deeds Act, 1901.  Full .Moon  2nd.  Last quar.  10th  A&rjpY  New  First  Moon  ISth  quar.  ���������25th  1900  AUG  1906  Sun. Mon.  Tues. Wed. Tim. Fri  . Sat.  2      3  4     5     0  7  1  .8.  9    10  11      12     13  14  15  10     17  IS     19 ' 20  21  22  28     24 ''  25     26     27  28  29  30  In its last issue the Similkameen Star contains the valedictory of its editor, Mr. J. M.  ."Wright,.who has tendered his  resignation, owing to difficulty  with influential patrons of the  paper. The Gazette has learned  since that there is a great probability that Mr. Wright, notwithstanding the valedictory,  will continue at the helm. In  said valedictory he refers to  past unpleasantness in relations  subsisting between it and the  Gazette, and holds out a sprig  of olive which the Gazette gladly accepts, and in granting the  pardon sought, trusts that matters in future will go more  smoothly. We do not promise  to be able to agree with the  Star in everything, but we can  surely agree to disagree without  allowing any unnecessary rancour to enter into the tone of  discussions.  The Lumberman and Contractor points out that nothing  has been done in British Columbia towards establishing a  fund to pay for fighting forest  fires, and says that the millmen  are ready to supplement very  handsomely anything that the  provincial government may do  in the matter. Over $8000 have  been raised in the state of  Washington this year for this  purpose, the Weyerhauser Timber Company contributing nearly half the amount. The subject is one of great and growing  importance, and doubtless will  receive the attention of the  government, if put before them  in some definite form. Private  individuals and companies are  even more interested in the  preservation of our forests from  destruction by fire than the  government is, because it is upon land held by them that fires  are most likely to occur. The  question comes more clearly  home to the Mainland of British Columbia than to Vancouver Island, although it is sufficiently serious here, notwithstanding the protection afford  ed by heavy precipitation and  by the dense undergrowth,  which retains moisture. In the  southern part of the interior of  the Mainland immense loss has  been sustained by reason of  fires. The central part is now  about to be opened by railways,  and every effort should be made  to avoid a repetition there of  what has occurred elsewhere.  A strong and well-devised system of forest protection is absolutely needed, and it can be  best brought about by the cooperation of the government  and the owners of timber lands.  NOTICE is hereby given that John J. Mc-  -, Donald and Angus Stewart, both of the  town of Hedley, lumber merchants,'' did by  Dceel of Assignment, dated the 31st day of  August. A. IX ISKXi, assign all their estate and  cfl'cets for the benefit of their creditors to the  undersigned. Sydney L. Smith, of the said  town of Iledlov, accountant: and takc~ notice  that the first meeting of creditors for the giving  of directions with reference to the disposal or  the saiel estate and effects, will bo held on  Friday, the Mth day of September, A. D. 19015.  at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, at  Fraternity Hall, in the said town of Hedley.  All parties who are indebted to the saiel John  J. McDonald and Angus Stewart, will please  pay the amount of their accounts to the undersigned upon receipt of this notice, and an  parties having claims against the saiel John  .McDonald ami Angus Stewart will kindly rile  same with the unciersigncd, duly verified by  affidavit or declaration, on or before the 15th  day of September, A.D. 1000.  Dated at Hedley,  U.'C,  this31st day of  August, A. D. 1900.  S. L. SMITH.  BANKM3  British North America  t  NOTICE.  to know all too well.  On Wolf Greek for several days it  looke-d as if , ranchers would leise all  their crops and-buildings. Dell Young  whose'ranch was in the middle of the  fire'zone had a very narrow escape  from serious loss, anel only by unremitting exertion and. well-planned  work was disaster warde'cl. off, for at  times it looked as if nothing would  stay the flame's.  On One-mile Creek the country was  all ablaze and ranchers 'suffered' severely. The buildings on Fred Baker's  ranch tell a prey, and other ranchers suffered in the hiss af grain and  fences. But for the persistent effort  of the. ranchers themeelves and of others who came to help them, the losses'  would have been much greater.  The gre'ate-st hiss to the province,  however, was the wholesale 'destruction of -.large tracts of: most valuable  timber limits along', the Hope trail.  For many miles the' whole  country  is  devastated, scarcely a stick  being lefti oiXTV DAYS afterdate. I intend to apply  where a week'before, several  hundred   ~   to the Chief Commissioner of Lands anel  Works tor pernnssson to purchase ICO aerses of  million feet of timber   were-standing. ' pastures land  in the Siniilknmccn division of  : Yale district described as follows:   Coiiiinenc-  ������������������ ���������       m '���������  ing at the S E corner of the west A of the east I  " T/cncmicrvc   vnTrb ' of section 2J. township 85.  pre-emption No 2251  KliKfc.JYlfc.US>  KUlM. thence <(0 chains cast: thence 10 chains north:  ���������     *��������� ' thence 10 chains west, theno 10 chains south to  point of commencement. ���������  Capital���������$4,866,660.,  HEAD OFFICE IX CANADA,  IT. STIKEMAN, General Manager  Reserve���������$2,141,333.  -       MONTREAL  J. KLMSLY, Supt of Branches  of  BANKING BV MAII Accounts  special attention  thereto and withdrawn at any J1110.    A General Banking Business Transacted.   Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  parties  living at a distance receive'our  Deposits can be made through the mail, and sums addcel  L Hedley Branch,     -     L. (J. riacHAFFIE, Acting Manager  4  CIXTY DAYS after date, I intend to apply  *J to the Chief Commissioner of Lands anel  Works for permission to purchase the following described' land situated in the Similka-  lneen elistrict : Commencing at a pewt marked  S E corner'Lot.3202 and running in an easterly  direction along the banks of the Similkameen  River 00 chains, thence north 20 chains; thence  west 00 chains: thence south to point of commencement.  34-9 HENRY WILLIAMS  Dated Hedley Sept. Ith 1900 '  NOTICE.  Mr. Win. Lowe left here Wednesday  with a drove of fine, beef cattle fe>r P.  Burns & Co., Greenwood.. This makes  the third drive already from the R  ranch this year.  The; steam shovel is almost here and  will be in position to-night (Thursday).  The permanent camp has been established and the   whole -'force, .is   here.  The'typhoid patients are doing well,  and the situation has impoved. Two  more light cases have appeared.  ANDREW A. HAMILTON  Okanagan Falls, Sept. 1st. 1906 34-U  NOTICE  FAIRVIEW  NOTES.  The death, e>n Sunday, of Michael  Sullivan, the heist of the Fairview  hotel, at the. head of the* gulch, removed one of the old-timers of the  camp. "Old Mike," as he was familiarly known, had the ge)odwi!l of Jill.  He came from Renfrew countv, Ont.,  anel before coining te> Fairview had  worked in various placer camps; but  since the death of George Sheehan in  1900 he has conducted the old hotel at  head of the gulch for the owner, H.  Cameron, of Camp McKinney. The  funeral em Wednesday was largely attended.  NOTICE is hereby given that sixty elays after  date I intend to apply to the Honorable  the Chief Commissioner of Lands anel Works  for permission to purchase the following eles-  'cribeel land, situate on the east side of Okanagan Lake B. C. Commencing at the south east  corner post of M. L. Crichton's purchase land,  running thence south 20 chains, thence west  80 chains, thence north 20 chains, thence east  80 chains te> point of commencement: comprising the south half of the south west quarter  of section 15, tp. 28, and the south half of the  south east quarter of section 10, tp. 28.  B.E.CRICHTON  Dated August 2Sth, 1900.  ��������� .      - 3J-9  NOTICE  SIXTY days from date hereof I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  anel Works for permission to lease for pasture  purposes the unoccupied parts of Sec. 35 & 36,  Tp. 89 Similkameen Dist, containing 720 acres  more or less.  Dated Ant  CHAS. DE  1st. 1906.  B. GREEN  :io���������9  NOTICE  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings show  ing  tenipei  ���������ature,  etc., for  the week  ending Sep  t. 1st:  AT THIS MINE.  Maximum  Minimum  Aug 20  73  45  27  ..          70  49  28  67  50  29  74  43  80  75  51  31  62  46  1  62  39  Rainfall for week   .04 inches  AT THE MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  26  81  '  53  27  80  56  28  79  54  29  82*  51  80  86  54  81  80  53  1  71  54  Rainfall  ���������  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  BOXES FRACTION Mineral Claim, situate in  the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale  District.   Wherelocated:- Camp Hedley  TAKE NOTICE that I. Chas. elcBlois Green,  *��������� as agent for Peter Scott, Free Miner's  Certificate No B5135, intend sixty 'days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate or 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 this ISth day of July. A. D. 1906.  2S-9 C. de B. Green  Certificate of Improvements.  THE IRON PLATE  FRACTIONAL   mineral  Claim, situate in  the Osoyoos Mining  Division of Yale District,    where located:-  Camp Hedley  TTA.KE NOTICE that I,   Chas.  E.  Oliver,  of  -*���������        Hedley,   Free   Miner's    Certificate Xo.  B5120, intend' 00 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,  uneler section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of   Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of August A. I). 1006  31-9 C. E. OLIVER  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  P. S. Mineral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of Yale Distriot.  Whore located :-   Camp Hedley  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles de Blois  Green, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B5623, for myself, and as agent for J. ��������� Cory,  Free Miner's Certificate Xo. B5021, intend sixty  days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpogof 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 31st day August, A. D. 1900  31-������ C. de B. GREEN  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  SPOKANE Mineral Claim, situate in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District. Where located:- Camp Heelley.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Charles,de Blois  Green. Free Miner's Certificate No.  B5023, for myself and as agent for J. Cory, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B502J, intend sixty days  from date hereof, to applv 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 eoniinoncerl before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 21st day of June, A.D. 1900.  C de B. GREEN  I  X  X  k  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  K  X  K  x  X  X  X  &  X  X  X  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing more bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Table and  bar   first-Claris.    Rates  moderate.  PETERSON BROS & LIXD,  Proprietors.  yp������>���������y���������8?e������tP,,i!,'pt|j&J^'('u*?������?^s'u^������t^tiLfc?,������;*?������we  CAMPBELL & SHIER'S MEN'S FURNISHINGS STORE  i  UNDERWEAR  FOR THE  HOT WEATHER  We have a well assorted line; of Light  Underwear   tor   the;   Summer   season  COTTON   MESH,   TWO - THREAD   BALBRIGGAN  PLAIN   BALBRIGGAN  f  FANCY  FRENCH   BALBRIGGAN  ENGLISH MANUFACTURE. ALL WOOL, UNSHRINKABLE UNDERWEAR  t  COTTON,   ELASTIC   RIBBED   UNDERWEAR,  TO FIT, DARK BROWN COLOR  KNIT  All  in  Nick  Quality  and  at  Reasonable Prices.  CAMPBELL & SHIER  HOTEL SIMILKrlMEEN    HEDLEY. B. 6.���������   THE.  LEADING  HOTEL  OF  THE  SIMILKn/Yl&EN  VALLEY  This house  is  new and strictly first class  in every respect,  being equipped  with all  modern convenience's  phone, baths, etc.        :  ��������� electric light,   tele-  Rates moderate.  A.   McDERMOTT,  Proprietor.  Keremeos New Townsite  Now On the Market.  The V. V. & E. Railway Station will be in the  centre of the  town.  Now is the time to get your lots, before the first  train   comes up  the  valley.  Choice 1, 2 and 3 acre; lots all around  town site.  The 10 acre Fruit lots are going fast,    Just a few  left.    Now is thej 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  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS after date I intend to apply  to the Chief Cennmissioner of Lands and  works for. permission to purchase 10 acres of  lantl, situateel in the Yale Division of Yale  District, commencing at the northeast corner  of lot 301 anel running 20 chains east, 20 chains  south, 20 chains west anel 20 chains north to  point of commenccinent, for grazing purposes.  ClIAKLKS DkBAKNOW.  Grariito Creek, '" P. Russei.i., Agent.  0th June, 1900. 20-31  County Court Of  Yale.  OUTINGS of the County Court of Yale will  vj be held in Fraternity Hall, Hedley, on  October 22nd, and in ��������� the Court House, at  Princeton, on October 25th. By Order  HUGH HUNTER  30-td Registrar THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,   SEPTEMBER 6,    1906.  Town and District.  Hedley Lumber Company'  Mrs. .1. D. Brass left on Wednesday  jnorning's stage fox*' a visit to friends  in Colville, Wash.  Fred Gwatkin and Steve Mangott  Avent over to Fairview te> attend the  funeral of the late M. Sullivan.  Hugh McKay from  the   VVest Fork  ,     of Kettle River came in  on Tuesdav,  having ceiine over, the Carmi  trail  to  Penticton.  All those who are interested in the  affairs of the Twentieth Centuxy  Literary Club are requested to meet  in the church em Friday evening Sept.  7th.  Fred Revely placed the big covered'  van on the Princeton run, with four  horses te> accommodate-Princetonian.s  who wished te) comedown for the celebration.  Mr. and Mrs. G. P. .Temes Mr. and  Mrs. Pen well, Mr. and Mrs. William  Bragg, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. ��������� J. Marks  and Mr. and Mrs. Burch were aiming  the visiters "from above" at the sports  this week.  L. W. Shatfe.rd. M. P. P. made a  hurried trip down the valley on Saturday. He was down in the Lower Similkameen and returned to Hedley  that night.  W. Y. Williams of Spokane, consulting engineer fox- the Gran by, was  in town on Sunday, having come, in  by stage from the west. He* went  south on Monday morning.  Miss Mattie Stott left on Wednesday morning for Vancouver, where  she will attend business college. She  and Mrs. Brass Avent out by way of  Midway, taking Royer's Flyer and the  Great Northern.  Messrs H. H. Holmes, of Beaverdell,  Gorman West of Bull Creek, and Win  Middleton of Westbridge, have been  made commissioners for taking affidavits under the Election Act, on the  West Fork of Kettle  Rivei-.  L. C. W. Rolls has some fine spoons,  souvenirs of Hedley and the Nickel  Plate. This is something the people  of Hedley have been looking for, to  send to friends in the East. They are  in sterling silver, and silver with gold  'lined bowl.  Eddie Mott, who has been employed  in the Daly Reduction Company's  stamp mill for the past two yeax's,  went out on Friday, bound for his  home in Illinois. He may he back in  Hedley next spring. His absence from  the ball team on Monday was rather  severely felt.  Louis Hill paid a visit of inspection  to the V. V. & E last week. On Friday last he was on Myer's Creek, en  route for Molsori and proceeded to the  end of the track, which was thought  to be at that time somewhere on the  ���������south bank of the main Rock Creek,  near Baker Creek.  Billy Swakin, a Nicola Indian, was  fined $20 and costs on Tuesday by A.  Megraw, J.P., for being found drunk  ���������on the Chu-chxx-wayha reserve with  liquor in his possession, and on Wednesday morning Joe Lesard, a Penticton '.Indian,'went, through the mill to  the tune of $15 and costs for being  di'ixnk on the reserve. ���������  Mr. L. A. Manly of Grand Forks,  who is making his first visit into the  'Similkameen, is most favorably impressed with what he has seen aixd expresses the belief that there is room in  the valley for two or three good towns.  Hedley, he considers, is in much the  same, position to-day as Gx'and Forks  was -when the x-aili'oad first started to  build into the Boundary.  Following the careful sampling and  measuring up of the Nickel Plate   on  the part of Messrs  Wilinot and  Constant for   the General   Development  Company of New York,   the arrival  on Saturday evening of Mr. Channing,  the Company's  mine specialist,  who  with all this absolutely accurate data  at his hand anel being himself on  the  ground to thoroughly size up the situation,  gives every reason  to  believe  that a   decision    will soon   be given  which is  to determine what will  be  done.    The general feel ing is that the  only contingency that cuuld preve'ut a  sale is the possibility e>f a very  high  price being askeel.    It would  ne;ed   to  be a very large sum,  henve'ver,   which  ���������could cause a hitch  of that kind,  for  many of the best informeel  Meelleyites  express the belief that the  holders  of  the property, in spite of a very large  expenditure for equipment, .'ire- already  em velvet.  BORN  At Fifteen Mile, on the 3rd inst., f" Mrs. JO.  Doran, it son.  LOST.  On Thursday evening August 30th, between  D. R. Co.'sstamp mill and the Hotel Similkameen. a gold stick pin. Reward on return to  the Gazette Ollice. 31  The 'difficulty which has overtaken  the-Heclley Lumber -Company is one  which is deplox'ec] on all sides,  and is  attributable to a' combination of most  unfortunate circumstances.   The cost  eif moving the mill to its new location,  the unprecedented   behavior   of   the  river in dropping so suelelenly te> pre-,  vent  them   from   getting   their logs  down at the usual expense for driving,  and the appalling collapse eif the local  market for lumber caused  principally  by the delay' in railway construction  as well as the Fabian  policy' of. the  owners of the Nicked Plate in the.matter eif extension of their works,  have  all worked to a common end, anel compelled the assignment.   As is usual in  the case of such misfortunes there  are  always those who are disposed to  be  censorious   and    who    would   rather  blame than be fair.    Looking back at  the whole situation, it is easy now to  see what course might have been  pursued to have reached a different result  but what fair minded person will .say  that even so recently as six  mouths  ago, any one in  their positiem would  have been justified in doing anyrless  than they have attempted.   Then  it  was considered a inenal certainty that  the railway would have, been  building  here and a lively demand for lumber  wenxld now exist.   No less certain did  it seem that extensive work would be-  in   operation   to   treble .the present  plant of the Daly Redxxction Company.  Not to have provided an ample sxipply  of logs to meet these almost certain  needs woxild have been regarded highly censurable on the part of the Lumber Co., and hence the extra supply of  logs taken out  fox;  this  seasons cut.  Then again, everyone knows that in  about six seasons out of every seven it  would be most hazardous to attempt  to hold any quantity of logs on the Similkameen river at the old hull.    A  saw-log above the boom is worth its  price, but let it once break away and  its value is changed in a fraction of a  second to   nothing at- all.   Knowing  this they were certainly neit justified  in attempting to hold any quantity of  logs at the old mill, and hence the'necessity for removal to   the   new  location.   To have foreseen the outcome  produced by this   combination   of ill-  starred occuneni.es for which a multitude of causes,  including Providence  and the Similkameen river, is to blame,  would be more than human.   Let us  hope, however, . that! a way will be  found out of the difficulty  and the  work be allowed to proceed so that all  may. realize from the logs, which in  their present  state are of no use  to  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  #   '-������-*,    ��������� ��������� ���������. *  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  ������0COCC0C������0CCCCOeC������0COCCCO5CCO3COCCO'^^  Everpthing New and  First-Class  'Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid '��������� to   the;   Table.  J. M. HENRY'S  NURSERIES and  HOUSES.  SEED  Large stock of Home Grown Fruit  and Ornamental Trees' new matured  for the fall trade.  No expense, loss or delay of fumigation eir inspection.  Headquarters for Pacific Coast  grown Garden, Field, and Flower  Seeds in  Season.  Bise Supplies, Spray Pumps, Whale  Oil Soap, Greenhouse Plants, Cut  Flowers, Bulbs for fall planting.  We do business on our own grounds  ���������have no rent te> pay, and are pre-  paredto meet all competition.  Let me price your list before placing  your order.-   Catalogue free.  M.   J.   HENRY  3010'Westminster Road.    Vancouver.  6i  Llfll  litv  V  bt U J  11 ^J  ���������  CI<  in  otl  ������ng  When purchasing a suit of  clothes, the most important  point to be considered' is the  ''finality" Of the material  used and the care'taken in  its:-manufacture.  We> have- in stock a complete  line of  Campbell's  Clothing  This brand, ���������is acknowledged  by all dealeis te> be the best em the. market, and in offering it to the  public we have uvery confidence in its reliability. Made in all the  latest styles and e>f first-class material. See our stock of ready-mades  ���������or let us show you samples, and have your suit made1 te> measure.  SHATFORDS, LIMITED  coS  Try  Vidoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  MGDOUOall & 60'$  LIVERY, FEED 8 SALE STABLES  Fairview and Penticton  anybody.  /7s  =^  REVELY'S  STAB L E  Headquarters for all Stage Lines  Express Office in Connection  Your wants for Livery or Team  Work will be attended to  by calling Phono 12.  W;   F.  REVELY,   Proprietor  I  i  i  I  i  i  i  I  ������  I  i  HOTEL  HEDLEY  Under   New   Management  THE BEST PROVIDED.  IN KITCHEN AND BAR  A ND E.V EB, Y CARE  TAKEN FOR THE COMFORT OF P A TBOXS,  ALSO���������  Proprietors���������FAIRVIEW    AND     PENTICTON  STAGE   LINE.  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  x  $  t  X  X  X  *������  x  *  K  K  x  K  GIBBON   and  .Mcdonald  Proprietors  ������  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  The Central Hotel  TWEDDLE <&, REITH, Proprietors.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public.    Livery Barn in Connection.  W  m  ASSAYING  ASSAYERS,  METALLURGISTS and  MINING ENGINEERS  NOW   OPEN   FOR   BUSINESS  Glaiiiliu & Wynne  ROSSLMD and PRIN6&T0N, B. 6.  MINE EXAMINATIONS  and REPORTS MADE at  REASONABLE RATES  THE COMFORTABLE WAY.  S.  F.  &  N.   RY.  ASSAY,   RATES  Gold, Sliver, Copper or Lead, each $i.oo  Any Two of above in one sample $1.50  Any Three " " "           ..$3.00  Princeton Assay Office  L. C. WYNNE, A.I.M.M., Local Manager.  (Late Head Assaycr Le Roi Mine)  OLIVER & GLADDEN  Agents at Hedley.  mtMMmuUmi****)  d  9.15 a. 111.  9.15 11. in.  9.15 a. in.  0.15 a. in.  MIDWAY  Spokane. Seattle.  Kverett, Helling-  ham, Vancouver.  Victoria anil all  Const points.  Spokane.  Kornio.  Winnipeg. St. Paul  Minneapolis  Grand Forks. Republic, Marcus  Xortliport,  Uoss-  land. Nelson  :  9.15 a. in. I Kaslo. Sandon  Daily  Arrive  (1.10 p. 111.  fi.10 p. in.  fi.10 p. in.  (i.10 p. 111.  fi.U) p. 111.  Connecting at Spokane with the famous  "ORIENTAL LIMITED" n  2  Daily   Overland   Trains  From Spokane for Winnipeg,  St, Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis,  Chicago and all points   cast.  For complete information,  rates, berth reservations, etc.,  call on or address  C. E. Preston,  Agent, Midway,  B. C  S. G. Yerkes,  A. P. A., Seattle, Wash. g  mmimiumummwmw  When   writing    Advertisers)     Please  Mention the Gazette. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 6,    1906.  GOLDEN KEREMEOS.  Continued from Page One.  teiing all about, the* bi-oiicl  hay meadows sniv.-iel out in front as level ;is a  board, anel the fringe of dark  gre-en  alfalfa, luxuriant from  copious irrigation, eiicling  the  upper edge, of the;  sUqielike' a wreath,  alt  combined te>  lender the situation  most picturesque  iii-its effect.   The orchard, .some'of the  trees   old   anel  sturely  iii  appeiirance  and .others   of much  later planting,  numbered about 250 trees,'embracing  apples, plums, cherries, prunes, peach-  e's and  pears.    .In  apples���������  the   early  varieties were, well represented, a feature   that   is   at present undesirable  owing to difficulty in marketing tlieni  an time, hut wlu'il l'fiilwiiy communi-  C'ptiou js eeourod th'H \v\\\ not be felt'  80 lliuell.    The Crop this year in Mrs.  Daly's orchard is very good; many of  the trees having .all; they could carry  with safety to the limb's, and'consider-'  '.able of it has gone to waste.    Mrs.  Daly keeps a large herd of'"cattle that  are at present on   the  upper ranges  above1 Princeton.  Manuel Bar-cello's ranch, on the east  "side,of'the valley and a short distance  lower down, has also an old orchfiid in  which the trees have attained, almost  patriarchal growth. Under the trees  is a thick sward, indicating that in  . many cases the grouuel has not been  disturbed around the trees for decades,  but the trunks nevertheless are clean  and healthy and a very fair crop is  carried this year, the? plum trees being  particularly well loaded.  '.'     MRS.   tOWIj'SRANCH  occupying the whole valley between  the ���������Similkameen river ,and, the mountains, on the; eastern side, with large  areas of range land extending into  ravines in the hills, has an acreage"of  5029 acres. The' gi;oator part,-.of this is  choice" bottom land, extending semth-  .Avard fron'i Mrs. Daly's land. This  lanel was lirst take^ii by Frank Riehter,  Avho sold to the late William LeVwe in  1SSI; Mr. Lowe lirst came into thei  Siinilkanieeii in 1S02, on his Avar fvoni  the Caribco goltl iields, and became  associated with the late Judge Haynes  at Osoyoos, both in offie-e work as a-  sub-collector and recorder and in cattle  ranching, but extended his operations  into the Similkameen. About this  time also, Mr. K. L. (Jawston obtained  a'hall1, interest in the property. Avhen  most of the outlying range land was  taken into the jeiint holding and Mr.  Cawston kept his interest anel devoted  his time to the ranch and cattle until  about   four   years   ago.     In   driving  ���������fi\i  PROPERTY  Is  A  Good,  Safe  HEDLEY  I n vestment  Make  Money  Bfl AfllAV Is the supply point for the Nickel Plate inoun-  llvlllvj tain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many other  promising mines and prospects. It is the mining and business  centre of the .  Similkameen  through the yet 'unimproved bottom  land, through Avhich the V. V. it E,  grade lias been built, one is struck  with the frequent occurrence of the  siWer avUIoav, which Avesterners have  so lenig been taught to regard as  nature's trade mark or brand on her  highest class of lanel.  The homestead buildings of the "R"  ranch, as this valuable- property'is  called, the name being taken from the  cattle brand, have. a. beautiful location  on the bank of Avhat is somewhat too  elolefulh- called the sleiugh. This is a  Avaterway e>f purest spring Avater that  drains into the river, and although the  riA-er in high Avater backs up into it  there is nothing stagnant about it,  but on the contrary, a sloAV-nioA'ing,  .limpid stre'am eif clearest cold spring  wate-r moving over the stony bottom,  anel in places fringed with tall weeds  and walled in by dense undergrowth  that like.  'the.neA-y mining district Avhich has already been proven, by a  small amount of development Avork, 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; andAvith the_ advent of this road,  Avhich is assured in the near future, it Avill unquestionably  become a large and important city, and teiwn lots Avill bring  big returns on money im-ested at the-present time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.)    $400 to $600  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������  Other Streets..     ..$200 to $400.  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  . the rate of 6 per cent.  Those Who  Invest  Now  Purchase a few Lots before the Railway ���������������ities;  For Full Particulars, Maps Etc.,  ��������� MF������F������LY   TO ���������  L. W. SHATFORD,  e Secretary and Tlanager,  Keep Posted  On Matters That interest You  "The Ktriirian shades  embower,"  high ovor-nrched  It is a A-eritable  " Olive grove of Aeudeiiic.  I'liitos retirement, whore the Attic bird  Thrills her ihiek u'nrhled notes the  suiiiiiiei' long'"  1 K-:-i' may be no  "Flowery hill Jlyinettus,"  but  "lii'i-i- HK-ms rolls his whis|)ering stream."  The en-chard bad been planted at  various stages, the newer portion being better stockeel with the more  prolil.-ilile late varieties of a]iples. A  plum Iree was seen bere that was a  marvel in itsetlf. A brane:h about two  feet long, hanging on the under siele  of a. large' limb, Avas so heavily loaded  with fi nit that the branch itself, although not much thicker than a lead  pencil, formed a solid mass about five  inches in diameter feir its entire length.  There! was even room left on it for the  leaver anel these Avere Avedgeel in tightly between the fruit.  A. great feature e������.f the "R" ranch,  however, is the enormous expanse of  hay meadoAvs, stretching in league-  long vistas tAvixt hedgerows, for every  irrigation ditch is now shut in by  dense towering rows of stream willows.  The cattle ot the "R" ranch still number something over 1100 head, and  huge stacks of. hay are required to  piece out the winter grazing, in order  to have cattle in proper shape fpr the  early spring market.  (Concluded next week.)  Your local paper is a necessity  to you, financially and socially.  But a NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCULATION, containing the latest news of the world,  is equally necessary to you. The  "up to date man" will provide  himself with these two essential  features of progress.  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