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  8. The following afternoon we came back to Carmi and found there had been 5 cabins broken into and nothing taken - in Mr. Smith would know the persons who were in the place and had seen it. From Mr. Dale's cabin they took some 9 plugs of tobacco and left it in Mr. Smith's cabin; and so on. As far as I could learn the only things gone were a pair of German socks and an old jack knife, and I doubt very much that Mr. Smith or Dale are quite sure that these things are really gone. There are just 10 people living in the district. That is Messrs. Smith and Dale at Carmi, Mr. Holmes 2' miles from Carmi, Mr.

    Of a Kaleden pioneer family, he is a noted historian, speaker, author, and has worked tirelessly for the exploration and preservation of the fur brigade trails. These men at the prospect, had nothing to do with this affair; they were all working - and these other people are all neighbours and good friends and not one of them would give me even a hint that he suspected another except Mr. Smith who suspects Wheatley and Holmes and all the others were just as sure that Holmes and Wheatley had nothing to do with it. There were 3 men from Phoenix, Matheson Bros, and Jackson on a hunting trip.

    They camped at Collier's cabin one mile from Beaverdell about this time. There was also 5 Indians came through to here on 28th Nov. Dale thinks the Indians may have done it. I doubt it. But they were all so close mouthed that there was a small chance of getting at the truth. Dale was away at Greenwood at the time and Smith, who is a trapper, was away hunting. What I suspect, it was by way of a joke and that Mr.

    Smith has made too much of it.

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    Smith thinks it was someone looking at his land records, etc. If it was, why did not they apply to the Govt. Had they wanted to take anything there was the money - rifles - clothes - tobacco or grub, etc. Yet nothing was taken. This man Holmes, who Smith suspects, is a thorough gentleman - an Englishman. I can't see nor could I find out what object he could have in doing it. These three campers from Phoenix may have done it for a joke. One of the Mathesons is the postmaster and mayor of that place and Jackson is a prospector and well known to both Dale and Smith and the others and they all tell me that these men did not do it.

    When I say there was nothing taken I mean that I doubt if Smith or Dale are really sure that anything is gone. He says there is 7 or 9 plugs gone and 2 boxes of 22 cartridges and an old pair of German socks. There was 3 rifles and all sorts of grub, blankets, etc. Yet nothing taken. Smith says he misses a piece of clothes line, etc. It may be these Indians know something. They live at Westbank and were over there trapping for 6 weeks. I will as soon as possible, report to you on what I can find out from them. The Prov.

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    Constable at Midway was there some days before me. He may be able to give some further information. Your obedient servant signature missing. Note: Carmi came under the jurisdiction of the Penticton provincial police office. The constable in April was J. In May of he resigned and was replaced by Jonathon Tooth, who was still serving there in December , and I think for some years more.

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    In February, , he was stationed at Kelowna. I believe he was killed in WWI.

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    Constable G. Aston seems to have been stationed in Penticton early in , barely weeks before he was murdered on board an Okanagan Lake steamboat. It therefore seems likely the writer of the Carmi Affair was Constable Tooth. The branch had a long history of service to the horticultural industries of the province going back to when the Provincial Horticultural Board Act was passed by the legislature with the subsequent establishment of the Horticultural Board.

    In the United States a number of jurisdictions had created horticultural boards primarily to help prevent the accidental importation of new insect pests and diseases, and it appears BC had similar concerns. The act provided for the appointment of an inspector of fruit pests that was to enforce the regulations of the board to check the spread of fruit pests and diseases of trees and plants, and to provide pertinent information to horticultural producers. Five districts were named in the act, but only three had significant horticultural production—Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland and the Upper Interior Mainland.

    Thomas G. Earl of Lytton was appointed to represent the interior district. Other board members included R. The Minister of Finance and Agriculture, J.