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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VIII.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, APRIL 4. 1912.  NuAiiiiiJi 13.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [IS years' practice in Vancouver.]  S. O. Li. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -       B. C  CLARKE  U/atchmaker  HEDLEY, B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Kates Moderate.  A. Barnes, Prop.       Penticton*, B.C.  R. W. DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches,  Properties,  Mines. Timber,  Water- Powers  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C  X. TlIOMl'SON '   I'HOXK SEV.MOUK.t9I3  JIGR. WKSTKIt.V CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices and Warehouse, Sll-Cui Be.it ty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  Grand Union  HEDLEV, ���������'B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  JT A. F. & A. M.  ���������Vajf      REGULAR monthly meetings of  /^S\   Hedley Lodge No.-**, A. F. & A. M-,  , are held on the second  Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting-  brethren arc cordially invited to attend.  S. E. HAfllLTON.  W. M  ARTHUR CLARE,  Secretary  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp nicety in  Fraternity Hull the lirsb and  third Thursdays in the month.  A. Claims K. Jl. Simpson  Connscl Clerk.  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 17M arc held on  the   third    Monday   in    every  '"���������'������ij^i5iM^3������iin'iith in Fraternity Hall.  Visit"  ! ing brcthern are cordially invited to attend.  \ ARTHUR KING. W.M..  i WM. LONSDALE. Seo'L    '  |DR. J. L. MASTERS  I, DENTIST  IJWill lie ut Home olTice in Oroville, 1st  |7 to 1-1 tli of each month.  "f Office on  North   Main   Street.  i ,  Burne, Temple & Tunbridge  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, BriCish Columbia.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL KXGINKKR, .i.si) BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building Princetou  !  HILLIARD'S  BARBER     SHOF������  FOR AN EASV SIUVI-:  I HOT & COLD BATHS  ! Next door north of Grand Union Hotel  When   writing   Adversers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  EMPHATIC  II  HOW PREMIER VIEWS VERDICT i  SOME TIMELY ADVICE  Is Alive to  the Responsibility Which the  Situation Enjoins  Provincial Horticulturist Winslow Gives  Valuablo Expert Advice to British  Columbia Fruit-growers  McBride Government Roturn-  ed with Ridiculous  Majority  TWO SOCIALISTS  THE OPPOSITION  ing of  Many Deposits Are Lost ,and More Have  Narrow Escapes ���������Both John Oliver  and Brewster Badly Beaten- -Tay-  ler's Tumble in Rossland.  ���������The following is the standing- of the  government in British Columbia us  the result of the polling on Thursday  last. It is .-i most emphatic endorsement of the government- and while it  must prove most gratifying to the  Premier it contains elements of danger to the government and the party  that they will both do well to take  heed.  ATLIN  Dr. H. Esson Young, Cons, (uccla illation).  AtBERXJ  Mr. J. G. 0. Wood, Cons, (acclamation.  cakihoo, (two members)  Dr. Callihau, Cons.  Major Fraser, Cons.  John Holt, Lib  Both Conservatives. elected.  CHILL1WACK  S. A. Cawley, Cons, (acclamation).  COLUMItIA  H. G. Parsons, Cons.  Harold Foster, Cons.-Ind. elected  COJIOX  M. Manson, Cons., elected  W. W. Leteaux, Soc.  cowicirAX  IL Hay ward, Cons., elected  Alex Herd, Lib.  CRANBROOK  Thomas Caven, Cons, (acclamation),  ;        ;   DELTA  F. J. Mackenzie, Cons., 525  John Oliver, Lib., 176.  DHWDKEY  W. J. Manson, Cons., elected  Mr. McNeice, Ind-Cons  ESQUiMALT  R, Hi Poolcy. Cons., 498  John Jardine, Cons., 96  H. D. Helmcken, Cons. 1SS  M. B. Jackson, Lib 15(5  G. Oliver, Soc, 24  FERNIE  Hon., W. R. Ross, Cons., elected  W. Davidson. Soc.  (SIIEENWOOD  J. IL Jackson, Cons., 363  George Heatherton,,Soc, 103.  GRAND FORKS  Ernest- Miller, Cons., (acclamation.)  ISLANDS  A; E. McPhillips, Cons, elected  P. Winch, Ind.    .  KAMLOOPS  J. P. Shaw, Cons., elected.  R.-F. Leighton, Lib.  KASLO  N. F. Mackay, Cons, (acclamation)  LILLOOET  Mark Eagleson, Cons., elected  Stuart Henderson, Lib.  NELSON  William R. Maclean, Con  H. Wright, Ind., 100  Victoria, B. C, March 28th���������Sponk-  thc results of the election Premier McBride said:  "The government  will   more*   than  ever realize  its  responsibility   to the  people of the  province,    The  victory  which    the Conservative    party, has  achieved is a victory for the future of  the province, for tho government will  henceforth go  on   with   those  larger  issues that are now but dimly dreamt  of in  regard to development and general  prosperity.    In the past we have  labored with many  handicaps and we'  have so far  been enormously successful.     That we   will  as a government  continue to measure   up to general expectations is   my firm hope, in  view of  the magnificent attitude of the people  as shown  at the polls.     From now on  British Columbia, will forge ahead as  she has never done  before.     Faith in  the country's   potentialities  has been  splendidly  vindicated tonight',    With  that great  warrant  to  back  us,   the  government of the province hopes to  inspire the same confidence  in the investing world  that the people the.ni-  selves have so plainly ^exhibited."  A most valuable and timely publication is the circular issued from the  Department of Agriculture at Victoria  hy  R. M.   Winslow,   provincial horti-  MINING  NOTES  528  Arthur Ha nod, Soc, 177  NANA I MO  A. E. Planta, Cons., 57S  Aid. H. Shepherd, Lib. 375  '  J. Place, Soc, 021.  NEWCASTLE  R. B. Dier, Cons., 373  P. Williams. Soc, 380  NEW   WESTMINSTER  Thomas Gilford, Cons., 1,010  George Kennedy, Lib. 385  OKANAGAN  Hon. Price Ellison, Con., elected  G. F. Stirling Sue  KEVELSTOKE  Hon.  Thomas Taylor, Cons, (acclamation). t  RICHMOND  F. L.  Carter-Cotton,  Cons.,   (acclamation)  ROSSLAND  L. A. Campbell, Cons., 330  L. D. Taylor, Lib., 168  G. B. Casey, Soc.,95  SAANICII  Hon. D. M. Eberts. Cons., 392  Wi Noble, Lib., 170  SIMILKAMEEN  L. W. Shatford, Cons., (acclamation)  The B. G. Copper Co. established a  new record lor themselves in the output of copper produced in March.  The constant improvement in the  price of copper has led owners of copper properties to look for 16c copper in  the near future.  . ,The Kingston continues to show up  well under development. , There has  also been some satisfactory results obtained from work done up on the  Warhorse, another claim of the group.  The diamond drill work being done,  on the Nickel Plate this year is ex-  eediug that of any previous year.  There has also been a. marked lowering of the cost per foot in the work  now being done.  Had it not been for .the accident to  the generator last week there would  have been a new record to hang up for  March as the tonnage for the month  up to that date was considerably to  the good over the same number of  days in each of the preceding months.  While the generator was undergoing  repairs at the hands of the electrician  the. greatest number, of stamps that  could be kept dropping out of the  forty was fifteen. As it is , when the  total extraction for the month is determined it may yet be possible that  former records have been reached.  SKEENA  Win. Manson, Cons., elected  Aid. W. II. Montgomery, Lab  Alex. Manson, Lib.  Dr. Clayton, Ind.  SLOGAN  William Hunter, Cons., 2S3  Anthony Shilland, Soc, 159  Vancouver (live members  G. A. McGuire, Cons., 50S8  Hon. W. J. Bowser, Cons.. 5077  0. E. Tisilale. Cons., 5,052  A. H. B. Macgowan, 5,018  Ii. II. Watson, Cons.. 4,999  Ralph Smith, Lib., 3,248  Aid. Knright, Lib 2.92S  Maxwell Smith. Lib., 2,715  Aid. Cameron, Lib 2,727  J. N. Ellis, Lib., 2,425  .1. Reid, Soc, 1,153  W. Bennett, Soc, 1,135  J. P. Lord, Soc, 1,033  W. A. Pritchurd. Soc, 1,085  J. MacDonald, Soc, 1,270  S, Greer, Ind., 910  Victoria (four members)  Hon. R. McBride, Cons., 3,228  H. B. Thompson, Cons., 2,547  Fred Davoy, Cons., 2,475  II. F. Behnson. Cons.. 2,375  H. O, Brewster, Lib., 2,013  R. T. Eliot. Lib., 1,998  Y. Midgeley, Soc, 602  B. .). Perry, Ind., 620  VALK  A. Lucav, Cons., elected  .1. P. McConnell, Lib.  VMIR  .1. H. Schofield, (Jons., 559  IL P. Pettipiece, Soc, 180.  culturist. Coming out at this time  when fi uit giowois and those who intend setting out tieesare making up  their ordeis for nursery stock the advice and information comes most timely-  The circular reviews conditions prevailing in 1911 in different pnrts'of the  province, discussing them under the  heads of climatic conditions of the  year, fruit pests, lahor conditions, crop  and market conditions and dealing  with them fully.  The most practical feature of the  circular, however, will be found in the  review of the. different districts and  the advice given as to the .most suitable varieties to plant for each particular district.,  Of the. Similkaineen in this connection he stays:  "This district, should produce the  necessary, vegetables and, small fruits  called for by railway construction and  an increasing market in the mining  .towns. .This is the district which British Columbia, must very largely rely  on for the production of Winesaps,  and to some extent, foi- Koine Beauty  and Yellow Newtown, while Jonathan  should also be planted largely here.  Direct railway connection with Vancouver will put this district in a very  favorable position for the production  of all kinds of early vegetables for that  market."  The varieties recommended for Penticton and the lower Okanagan are  very similar to those recommended  for Similkameen.  Another excellent circuhir is that on  the cultivation of small fruits prepared by Mr. J. F. Carpenter', assistant  horticulturist, which gives valuable  instructions on the profitable growing  of the various small fruits in which he  deals with soil selection, propagation,  planting and cultivation for each of  the leading small fruits.  While these have not been issued  for general distribution because of the  fact that they are pretty much along  the same lines as the lectures deliyer-  { ed a few weeks ago by the same men  in their tours through the province  among members of the faemers' institutes and all other who attended their  meetings, there is little doubt that  they may be obtained by writing the  Department of Agriculture and asking  to be furnished with a cepy. As a rule  the man who is sufficiently interested  to write for a copy will take care of it  when he gets it. Mr, Winslow's article is known as circular No. 11 and  that of Mr. Carpenter as circular No.  10. By all means those who are in the  fruit business largo, or small should  have these circulars, but the information given above as to the proper  varieties suited to this district will be  found of great yalue to those inter  osted.  LOOKS BAD FOR COMPANY  Coroners Jury Gives Adverse Verdict on  Merritt Disaster and Premier  is Taking Matter Up  CONSTABLE ASTON DEAD  After lingering for nine days in a  stupor from which he was only partially aroused at tunes, constable Aston  who was shot by the prisoner, James,  died in the Kelowna hospital. This  will cause his slayer to be arraigned  on the more serious charge of murder.  Aston was removed to Penticton  where he was buried hy the members  of Orion Lodge A. F. <fc A. M. with  full masonic honors, although he was  a member of Greenwood lodge. His  sister who resides in Kootenay was  with him at the time of his death.  The coroner's jury which investigated the cause of the explosition in  the Diamond Vale coalmine .-it Merritt returned the following verdict.  "Deceased men met their death'by  aii explosion caused by gas, combined  with coal dust, coming into contact  with a naked light in the Diamond  Vale mine March 7th.  "As a rider: we find that gross negligence has been manifiest on the part  of.the management, through not providing efficient equipment, and a disposition to evade the rules as specified  in the Coal Miiv.'s Regulation Act of  1911.  "We further find that there has been  laxity on the part of the inspector of  Mines, in not strictly enforcing the  provisions of the Act."  The various witnesses were, examined by the Crown solicitor, W. F.  Robertson, and J. A. Maughan, representing the company.  The theories formed by the expert  of the company, Mr. James Ash worth,  and the chief inspector of mines, Mr.  Thomas Graham, were substantially  similar, both being convinced that the  explosion originated in either No. 12  or No. 13 chutes, and that it was caused, by fire damp coming in contact  with a naked light, causing the coal  dust to become ignited. Tho expert  evidence submitted by Andrew Bry-  den, who had also examined the workings since the accident, was on the  same terms.  Premier McBride on learning the result of the coroners inquiry expressed  his intention of submitting the matter-  to-i still further investigation with a  view to ascertaining beyond doubt the  degree of culpability. A despatch concerning it says:  "Despite specially  heavy   demands  upon his time during the past 4S hours  Premier McBride  has already found  opportunity to hike cognizance of the  verdict, returned  on  Tuesday  by the  coroner's jury which has been investigating at Merritt  the circumstances  attending the  recent disaster of the  mines of the Diamond Vale Coal company near that city.     The. jury in its  finding held that the accident was occasioned by neglect of prescribed precautions on the  part of the company-  and further held  the local  inspector  blameable in his not having posted, or  seen to the posting of certain notices  which are called  for by the provisions  of the Coal Mines Regulation Act.   On  Monday  next the question   of these;  serious  charges  will   be taken   up hy  the  minister, the  department having  determined   upon the most searching  investigation of the disaster,  with a  view  to ascertaining if responsibility  therefor is chargeable, to  neglect or  non-compliance with any of the provisions of the law, and if so upon whom  blame rests.    It is expected that Chief  Inspector Graham, who was despatched to  Merritt immediately  after  the  accident,   will be  back the fiist of the  week to report personally and directly  to the minister."  GENERAL NEWS  NEW RECORD HUNG UP  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE  Again the mill crew of the Hedley  Gold Mining Go's foity stamp mill has  made a new record in spite of the fact  that in one day out of the 31 days .of  March things were badly demoralized  owing to the mishap to the big generator which put it out of commission  for over 24 hours and the greater part  of that time only .15 stamps were dropping. The number of tons milled and  treated reached the handsome figure  of 0203 tons while the greatest in any  previous month was that of 5514 tons  in December, 1911.  The coal strike is sproadinp-. In the  United States 400,000 men have gone  out.  The Dominion parliainentprorogued,  at the end of the week and Premier  Borden goes south for a brief holiday.  The I Wont Work's have kicked up  a disturbance among laborers on construction on the C. N. R. and between  Hope and Kamloops 4000 have gone  out on strike for shorter hours. They  were working ten hours and demand  eight.  The British coal strike has already  caused several deaths by starvation in  England.  The Grand Trunk Pacific has commenced to work night shifts on construction on the section between railhead and Tete Jaime Cache.  In the woods north of Port Arthur*  Out., the wolves me eating each other.  There has been only a few inches of  snow and tho deer are able to keep  away from the wolves with the result  that the latter are starving.  ijgjJB THE HEDLEY GAZETTE APRIL 4, 1912.  W������ Ifcecfe $azette  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  ssucd on Thursdays, by the .Hkiu.hv Ga'/.kttk  PUINTINU AND PUBLISHING t'OMl'ANV,  Li.miti-d.  at. Misdlov.  H. (.'.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Tour........-..'  '-.$2.00  -   (United .States)..........  --'.n0  Advertising Rate*  Measuroiiieim 1-2 lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Ocrtilicatos of improvement, etc.  ������7.00 for (jO-diiy notices, and Sn.00 for UO-day  notices.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per.month  ������1.25; over I inch 'and up to I inches, S1.00  per inch poriiiontli. To constant; advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be jdvon of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  A. MEOKAW. Managing h'ditor.  Full Moon  '     "    -'-''l  Last i| uar.  '.)  IP  New Moon  17  First quar.  191"/  APR  1912  Sun. Mon.  1 lies. Wed. Tim  . Fri. Sat.  i  "i.  ��������� >  3       4  5       0  ,7       8  ���������-0  10     11  12     13  14     15  Hi  17     IS  19     20  21     22  23  2f     2">  23     27  2S     29.,  30  '  be seen by the aid to be given for the  maintenance of. thoroughbred stallions, under conditions and restrictions which will ensure proper results  for the expeiulitnie made in the improved character aiid value of this  class of horses for which there lias  not in the past been the sumo encouragement for horse-breeders' to engage  as there was in the -breeding, of  draught horses. .  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  Ex-mayor Taylor, tlu- Vancouver  aspirant for the Rossland seat, saved  his depositby one vote. lb is now up  to him to try and find out who polled  that last vote which worked the trick  and halve np with him the. $10!) saved,  lb is not expected"- that Mr. Taylor  will ask for a rec dub.  It would look  as if the lesson of the  lecent   lire   is   to   pass   unheeded   as  before,   for apparently no move,  is to  be  made in   the  matter   ol:  securing  some system of lire protection.   About  1000 feet of hose  and a   few   hytlr-mts  or lire plugs   are needed   which  could  be   purchased   at   a  cost    that  would  scarcely be. felt   by anyone   if  all   will  contribute.      The condition   of affairs  didn't look good   to the adjuster who  was in here last week   and in   all   probability   the report  he 'will   make  to  the  companies    he   was   representing  will not bo very much   in the interests  of those who have   property   to insure  and look to get it covered  as  cheaply  as possible. .    Tho.ro   is  good   material  in the. town out of which   to   organize  a good file, company   but they can do  little   m   nothing    without    adequate  equipment and if bbe insurance companies    see   (it   to   increase   the  rates  because of the laxity of the people in  the matter of providing  fire  fighting  appliances    it  will   not   take   long   to  eat iij) in extra  insurance rates nini-e  than the modest outfit above indicated  would   i:o������t.  IIiii. Martin Burrell  is making   tlie  department,  of agriculture   one of the  slrongi'st in   the  Borden   government  and it is quite fitting that it should be  so    for agriculture   is one of the  most  important   industries   of the   country.  While fruit-growing is the branch of  , agriculture   in   which   lie   has   always  been engaged   and  his choice   as head  of the department   was   acclaimed   by  friiit-gi owers all   over  the   Dominion,  he has already given evidence that   no j negative   now  part   of the broad   field   of agriculture  will be left uncared for. His Agricultural Aid Bill under which over a million dollars will be distributed annually among  the different provinces  to  be used for the advancement of agriculture and the spread of agricultural  knowledge is being well received  everywhere, and what he found of  value in the department when he  took hold is being retained and improved where necessary. Stock-raisers have found him as ready to cooperate with thorn as with the fruitgrowers and horse-breeders are very  pleased to find that the movement  begun under the late government to  improve the class of light and carriage horses is being  continued as will  Town and District.  There has been an epidemic of colds  at the  mine within the past ten days.  Local anglers have been trying their  luck but no big strings have yet been  reported.  , Tomorrow will be Good Friday aiid  if the day be favorable the golfers will  take advantages of it for a few rounds  of the links.  Gardening is in progress-in different  parts of the town and vegetation has  made marked .progress during the  past ten days.  Tom Marks is coming to Hedley on  April 25th and 26th with a company  of a dozen or more talented artists in  comedies, dramas and vaudeville acts.  Even the moon appears to have been  effected' with the sweeping character  of the B. C. government's indorsation  by the electors for it will get full twice  in the month following the event;  j Coahnont is to have a newspaper  shortly which will be edited by Ed.  N. Clark. The plant which will be  used is a spare plant procured from  Col. Lowery, of the Greenwood Ledge.  Henry Lye, of Vancouver, adjuster  for various insurance companies, paid  Hedley a visit last week in connection  with the recent lire when claim papers  for the  various losses were  made out.  The Hedley,.-Union Sunday School  will give their annual Easter entertain 11iont in Frii torn ity Hal 1. Mo nda y,  April 8th. Admission free. A collection will be. taken up. All cordially  invited.  Mas. William Sampson, received a  telegram last week informing her of  the death of her father atSa.lt Lake  city. The event was not unexpected  as his condition was most serious  when Mrs. Sampson left there about  a month ago.  Old-timers who remember the. crew  of the. steamer Penticton which plied  on Okanagan lake before the C. P. R.  launched the. Aberdeen in the summer  of 1893. will regret to learn the death  of engineer Jules McWha which occurred at- Revelstoke on March 10th.  General superintendent Jones is expecting a visit in May from President  I. L. Merrill, Vice-president W. B.  Dickson and Treasurer C. D. Eraser,  of the Hedley Gold Mining Co. The  golf club should try and have the  greens in apple pie order when thoy  come.  Vernon is mourning the sudden  death of ex-mayor Husband who was  killed -in an accident at Winnipeg  where he was taking a course of instruction with the Strathcona Horse.  His horse slipped on an icy rail and  fell with its rider and the injuries sustained caused death a few hours later.  The first, game of mixed foursomes  among members of the golf club played this year was that on Saturday  afternoon. The turnout of ladies was  not large but later on it is hoped that  more will be out. Bolls and Miss .lack  sou played .lames and Mrs. Rotherham and had the best of the play by  three holes up.  The last of the votes on the question  of church union were collected in Hedley on Sunday evening last.    The general   vote throughout   the   Dominion, j  however,   does not look   very   prepos- j  sessing  at   the   present.    In   fact   the j  thing    is    practically  decided   in   the.  for although   the vote  gave a   majority for organic   union on  the basis pi oposed   the minority is too  strong   to be   ignored, and it   is not at  all   likely   that any of  the  governing  bodies   in either of the  churches  will  take   any   steps   to   put  the   thing   in  operation   in the  face of so much  un  expected opposition.  Lack of backbone on the part of the  Board of Directors of the Vernon  Jubilee hospital has deprived that institution of an efficient stall' of nurses  who could not stand the disgraceful  conduct of a local doctor. The account  of the trouble as given in the Vernon  News would appear to bear the stamp  of accuracy and moderation and must  bring home to the Board pretty  strongly the folly of the course they  pursued in seeking to temporise in a,  case where dignity and every other  proper consideration would seem to  demand an altogether different course-  The office ax disappeared from the!  Gazette's backyard, on Or shortly after j  the night of the fire. If someone borrowed it the loan is long enough by  this time to warrant its return and if  l some kid lias carried it off home it is  pretty nearly tune the parents were  trotting him back with it.  Vancouver papers tell. of a suicide  which oecured in that city when a  man named GeO. Lawience hanged  himself. Friends in Keremeos of Geo.  S. Lawrence are apprehensive.-that it  may be he. When he left here about  a couple (if months ago, he was suffering front nervous breakdown. It is  hoped, however., that it may prove  otherwise. '���������-.���������'  Duncan Woods arrived in town on  Saturday to look after his interests in  this camp. He spent the. greater part  of the winter in Vernon and part of  the time.he. was in the hospital where  he had a serious operation performed  for kidney trouble. His friends are  pleased to see him around again looking as husky as ever. It. is hard to  kill an old timer whose constitution  has been fortified for so many years  on bacon and beans.  Peck McSvvain who is holding down  a case on the Princeton Star and getting bonbons frrun members of the  fraternity on his -proud position on the  water wagon is still sticking bravely  to the seat. Now would be a good  time for Peck to equip the old wagon  with bucking straps for it Is no more  to be trusted at certain critical times  than the ordinary cussed cayuse. A  bucking strap may not be needed but  it is handy to have around.  L. W. Shatford, M. P. P. is expected in the district shortly when we.  understand he is going to follow his  customary practice, of going through  the riding from end to end and meeting with his constituents. On this  occasion the, trip .will be of an exceedingly pleasant nature to him and the  element of pleasure will transcend  that of duty, ft will be the first occasion upon which he will meet his  constituents-'-after having been done  the honor of being returned by acclamation.  Have You a Bank Account?  The money is safer in-the Bank than in your house  or in your pocket. A Checking Account provides'  a safe and convenient way of paying your bills, as  each check issued returns to you as a receipt. A  Savings Account keeps growing all the time because interest is added,twice a year.    Call at y  Tlie Bank of Britisli North imerlca  and talk to the Manager about it  76 Years in Business  Hedley Branch,  Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  H. A Hincks, Manager  Grand  Millinery Opening  at  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Mar. 30,1912 :  AT THE  MINE.  Maximum       'Minimum  3S  39  42  45  30  39  3!)  Average maximum temperature 37.2S  Average minimum do        22.71  Mean temperature        ' 29.99  Rainfall for the week   0.00 inches.  Snowfall        "       " 0. "  COKKESPONDING WEEK 01'* LAST VEAIi  Highest maximum, temperature 39.  Schubert's Supply Stores  STORES AT HEDLEY and TULAMEEN  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������^ ���������  Mar 2-1  25  20  27  2S  29  30  20  27  26  27  21  20  18  Average maxi mum  do  30.57  Lowest minimum  do  3.  Average minimum  do  15.71  Moan  do  24.21  AT THE  "  MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  Mar 24  03  38  25  63  30  26  00  . ,  33  27  05  35  2S  52  30  29  52  20  30  62  ,   .  30  Average maximum tempera  tore. 00.42  Average minimum  do  32.42  Mean  do  40.42  Rainfall for  the week  0.00 inches  Snowfall  ������4                 IC  0.00  tl  CO't'UGSl'OXDING WK.KK OK LAST YKAR  Highest maxim urn temperature 07  Average do do 57.14  Lowest minimum do 31  Average do do 35.71  Mean do 10.42  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  * * * # * '  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  PORT MANN  A great railroad terminus a great grain shipping port���������a  great factory centre with a population of at least 50,000���������that  will be Port Mann, western terminus of the Canadian Northern, five years hence. '  Factories to employ over 5,000'men, grain elevators and  flour mills, big freight yards and railway shoys���������these are already arranged for. A year from today property values will  be treble���������five years hence they will be ten times today's  prices.    Every lot bought NOW will make you a fortune'.  ���������    Close   In Lots, $250.00  RAILWAY ADDITION-practically adjoining C. N. R.  property is easily the best Port Mann subdivision on the market. Values must go up enormously. High, dry, level-lots,-  33x122 feet, $250. Terms $15 down, $10 a month. No interest  or taxes.    Send for booklet and lithographed plan.  i    Colonial Investment Co.  Everything  New  and  First-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  WATER NOTICE  "THE PORT MAN PEOPLE"  Vancouver, B. C.  ���������     A. MEGRAW, Local Agent  For a  Licence to Take and   Use Water  "NJotice is hereby given that The .Ashiiwotn  -^ Power Co. Ltd., of Vancouver, 11. C, will  upiily for n licence to take and use o*) on hie foot  per second of water out of Aslmola river, which  (lows in an easterly direction through the Si-  niilkaniecn district and empties into the Si-  inilkanioen river about 8 miles from Keremeos.  The water will be diverted at the second canyon and will be used for Power purposes on the  land described as C. K. Oliver's Pre-emption.  This notice was posted on the ground on the  2!)th day of March, 1912. The application will  be tiled in the oftlco of the Water Recorder at  Fairview-.  Objections may be filed witli tho said Water  Recorder   or  with   tho   Controller  of   Witter  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.  The ashawota Poweh Co. Ltd.  13-i T. D. Pickard, agent  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  10-3m  I  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE!  v  t THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, APRIL4, 1912.  ft  fU  w  it!  ii-.-  Department ofLands  Water Branch  In the matter (if tlie Board of Investigation  ��������� created by Part 111. of the '-Water Act"  for the detenuination of water rights existing  on the 12th day of March. 11)09: and in the matter of tho I'ollowingcrcoks in the Similkuineen  VVliter District:--  Alder Creek  Alkali Lake  Apex Creek  ���������Ashii'ola River  Atwood Creek   .'."������������������-.  A-cho-ghip-FIafc Creek  . A-tsi-Ivlak Creek :  Asquatic Creek ��������� ,.  Armstrong'Creek '���������''..''.'���������'-,  ; i Buckhorn creek  : Bench .Stream   .',���������'.   (  .  iBromley creek  '     Baker creek       ���������-.;..���������.������������������  ������������������,!,,���������',:������������������ ������������������<-:,h.-,. ''-y���������������������������������������������������������������.' ���������'���������',-  Boar ereok   .     "'���������'      ���������-.-> ���������. ��������� .���������.������������������ -. .���������'.-���������:. ���������,������������������:���������>������������������������������������  Hear Lake  .Beaver creek,  .     Beaver lake       ;  Bitter creek  Blue Joint creek  ...../ .Blue lake  Boswell Crock  .'"Bo'uldcr creek  Boundary creek .    /  Brodhagon creek -, '  'Bunch Grass Field Spring  Big Rock Crock  Hiind creek   ."  Brown creek  Buchanan creek  Bull.creek  Boomerang creek  Blythc creek  ' Causten creek  Camp creek ��������� ,   ,  ; Canyon creek  'Canyon lake  . Carmi creek  Cedar ci-.-ok  ���������     Cedar lake  Christina lake -  ,   .  ���������Cloarwator.Lake  Christina creek  . ��������� , ������������������ Clearwater crook  [   Clark creek  Colchostcr creek , . ��������� .  Cold Creek ' -  Conklecrcek  Copper creek  Cougar creek '..''���������'.'.  Cyclops creek- ....-���������',  ,: Cawaner creek  '���������''Coldstream creek  Coidwater creek  ,      Chain lakes ���������,"'"''..  Coteay creek .     .    .'  China dreck ....-,.  Chinpatlin creek  .. Cranberry creek  Cranberry creek, South l-'ork of  Curry creek  Conklin crock  - Canon cre-jir -  . '  :;  LColys creek     :  Chandler creek  Croscut brook  Dauphin lake  Deadoye creek  Dead wood creek  Deadmaii gulch  Dcadman lake  Deep creek  Deer creek  Daly gulch  Douglas creek  Dominion creek  Dog lake  Duck lake  Danilino crook  Kholt creek  Eighteen-mile creek  Kightoon-milc creek, branch of  Klkhorn creek  Kleven-niile creek  Frona creek  Fair Creek  Fai-lcigh lake  Fifteen-mile creek  Fisherman creek  Fisherman creek. West Branch  five-mile creek  Foiis Pcrctiitis spring  Fourth J uly creek  '   Fourth July creek, unnamed tributary of  Fraser creek  Flattoreek  Franklin Creek  Fish lake  French creek  Fan-el creek  Gerald creek  Goat creek  Little Goal creek  Gold Creek  Gold Hill creek  Green hike  Gibbs creek  Gloucester creek  Gilpin creek  Graveyard creek  Glover creek  Granite creek  Gregoirc creek  Gold la-op creek  Harrison creek  Haiissetier creek  Hardy Creek  Horse creek  Haynes creek  Hester creek  .Hamilton creek  Hell creek  Henry creek  Henderson Haw-mill creek  Howlitt crook  Hornet creek  Hughes creek  Hunter cieek  Ilulmo creek  Hydraulic creek  Ingram creek  .Ingram creek. Fast Fork  Im-nmccp creek  Irrigation creek  Italy creek  Inglam creek  Iron creek  Joshua creek  James creek  Jolly Jack creek  Jim creek  Ki.-ogiui creek  Kepler creek  ICeremeo- creek  Keremeos creek, South |<ork  Keremeos creek, West Fork  Kilpimla. lake  Kuslas-ICeiii-ska-sken crook  Kelly creek  Kctlle river  Kettle river, North I'ork  Kettle river, Fast��������� .Branch ol North 1-ork  Kcll.li; river. West Brancli of XorLh Fork  Kettle, river, West Fork  Kettle rive)'. Fast Fork of: \\ est l-ork  Kingston creek  Knappon creek  Kearns creek  .Lime Kiln creek  .bind creek  Little Volcanic crock  Lost llorso creek  Lime creek  Line crock  Lynch creek  Loon lake  Lome lake  Long Joe creek   ,  Long lake-  Lost creek  Little creek  Little Chief creek  Mara ma creek  Mui'iiul creek  Marks creek  Marion creek  Marron lake  May creek  Meadow creek  Milligan creek  MolliePritchard creek  Moody creek  Mother Lode creek  Murphy creek  Myers creek  Myers creek, tributary ot  Meyers creek  Maloan creek  McCraig creek  JMcOarren creek  McConiiell creek  Mclntyre creek  Mill creek .   ��������� ���������    ,  Mulligan creek  iMaida creek  Murray crook  Murray Gulch  McRao cr  Munroc er   .    ��������� ���������.   ���������  MoOtiddy or  Micaer.  Mohr or.  ."Mud-or. ���������������������������:������������������.���������������������������  MoFarlano cr  Nogi cr. ���������:���������������������������'  Nine-'mile or ;  .  Nicholson cr.  Napoleon er  N'lCam-i-i-no or  N'Kam-a-hi-nat-uo cr  N'lCaiihoep river  Norwegian cr  Nameless er. ���������  Okanagan river  Ohilln cr.  Oro Fino cr.  Omellette cr.  Old Tom er  Osoyoos lake  Overton or  Ontario cr  Park Rill  Passer  Pass Creek, South Fork  Portei- creek  Prather creek  Parker creek  .... Prairie creek  Pathfinder creek  Prior creek  Providence creek  Quillette creek  ��������� Quarts! creek  Kafc lake  Reed creek  Rice creek  Riddle creek  Rock creek  , Rock creek, south foi k  Round lake  .-.;���������;Ruby creek  Ruckle creek  Richter creek  Rocky cseek  Rattler creek  Sand Bank creek  St. Anne creek  Sand creek  Sand ner creek  Savage creek-  Sawmill creek  Sawmill lake      ,  Sheep creek  Sheep creek, West-Fork  Schwartz creek  Second creek  'Schillings crock  Sehumaker creek  Shuttlcworth creek  Shuttlewortli creek; Lake at head of.  Stray Horse creek  Smuggler spring  Similkameen river  " Similkameen river, South Fork  Six-mile creek  Sixteen-mile creek  Skcn-Kiun-Ske-Noo-Ske-Tan creek  Skibbington creek  Slate creek  Smith creek  Stray Horse lake  Sultan'crook-  Sunset creek  Susap creek  Susap creek, North Fork  Sutherland creek  Spring Gulch  Spring creek  Smelter lake  Stirling creek  Strawberry creek  Split creek  Summit lake  Summit crock  Snowball creek  Sta-shla-Valcntka creek  Stewart creek  Snowshoe creek  Snchumption creek  Stevenson creek  Scot Mc-Rae creek  Snit-Hse-tse-pas-Kan creek  Sn it-Le-Nato-Tan creek  Semplo creek  Sixteen-mile creek  Stuart creek  Taylor creek  Taylor lake  Testalinda creek  Texas Creek  Three Spring creek  Tinhorn creek  Togo creek  Tom creek  Torn Tit creek  Trout creek  Twenty-mile creek  Tweuty-two-inilc creek  Twency-two-mile creek, east fork  Twin creek  Twin creek, Fast Fork of  Twin creek lakes  Twin creek, creek running into  Tea river  Troy creek  Trapper creek  Trail creek  Ten-mile creek  Thirty-two-niilc creek  Twilight creek  Tug-ul-nuitLakc  Upper Clear lake  Upper Keremeos er.  Victoria cr.  Volcanic er.  Vaseaux lake  Verde cr.  Wallace Cr.  Wallace lake  Ward lake  Whites Cr,  Wild West cr.  Williamson er.  AVilson cr.  Wiseman cr.  Wood worth lake  Wolf or.  Wolf lake  White lake  White Lake cr.  Wilkinson cr.  WaddoLcr.  Wolverine cr.  AVilliams cr  Wartmaii lake  Wood er  AV'cst Fork lake  Yellow lake  Yellow cr.  U.V.VA.MKl) Sl'lU.VdS AMI STIUCAMS  Lake situate one mile  north  ol:   Fairview  Wagon Komi, about iiineniiles from Keremeos  Lake on south line of Sub-lot, 7. Lot .710  Spring on Lot 11(17 IS)  Small cr. on the "Florence" Mineral  Claim  Cr. on Sub-lot HI of Lot--'HI.-!  Small cr. about fourteen miles west of  Penticton  Spring three-quarters of a mile north-west  of south boundary of l.ota.'iS, Group I. Township 72  Small unnamed lake on Lot. 973 (S>  Spring on Lot 2I3S  Smaller, running from west over southwest portion "Stem Winder" Mineral Claim Q  Spring on "Smuggler" Mineral Claim  Small unnamed cr. one mile and a half  south of Tinhorn cr.  Small unnamed cr. about one mile and a  half north from Golden Gate Hotel, Fairview  Spring" rising on the "Kureha" mineral  Claim  Spring- on Lot 2l"fi  l.'muimed spring rising on Lot 121)7 (S)  Unnamed spring (lowing through Lot l".'fc>  Small Stream on tho Fairview Townsite  Spring on Pre-emption Record 2,"17  Small stream near south end of Pre-emption Record 21)11  Small er.   on north-oust corner of Lot 3">I.  Spring on Section Ml, Township- IS)  Spring nc'iu- west boundary ol! Pre-emption  Record V������C> (S)  Spring near north-east corner of Lot -182.  Group I  Spring on Lot 151 (SI  Small stream on "Blue Diamond" Mineral  Claim  Stream coming down mountain in front of  La we Homestead.  Spring rising in N. \V. 1 Section 21, Township 2X.  Small stream on north-west portion of Lot  813  Spring on "Little Frank" Mineral Claim.  Stream .flowing through "No. 3" Mineral  Claim  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP HEDLEY  WATCH IT GROW  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  HEDLEY, B.C.  Oil  Victoria  Mineral  the centre  of the "Grey  on Pro-cmp-  oii or near Pre-emption  Underground   cr.  Claim  Spring cr.  about  Kaglo"Mineral Claim  .Small spring on Lot 2.131  Small unnamed creek risinj:  tlon Record IH1H  Spring rising on Pre-emption Record 7(1 (SI  Small spring on wagon road between Boun-  ary Falls and second bridge below Anacoiida  Small spring situated on Lot 31.3, Township  67 ,-.-'.   .  Small lake on Pre-emption Record 233 IS)  Small stream  and  spring situate  on Lot  27 (SI  Small unnamed creek on thoN. K. j Section  2S, Township 17. .<-..������������������  Spring on Lot 177  Spring on Lot 2111, Section 33,  Township n'j.  Sjn-injr near easterly end of -'New Yorh"  Mineral Claim -  Small creek rtnninginto Myers Flat and  rising on Oro Fino Mountain  Stream   rising on   ���������'Barnes  &  Ironsides"  Mineral (Jlaim, in Greenwood Camp  Stream rising on "Apex" Mineral Claim  Three small'lakcs situated on east side of  of Oliaimgan Lake and twelve  miles  below  Mission Creek  Spring on "Comet''Mineral Claim  Unnamed stream riiniiing alongside road  that borders Lot !I00  Spring and  unnamed - creek  on  Lot  1!)1,  Group i  ���������������������������  Spring or creek on Lots -JS3I and 2S0. Township S!)  , Small creek runiiingsouth-castfrom "'Maple  Leaf" Mime '     ��������� ' ,.  Small   spring   on "St.  Maurice" Mineral  Claim  Unnamed stream running through "Mis-sing Link No. 2" Mineral Claim"  Springs on Lots 337 and 374 (S)  Unnamed spring on Pre-emption Record 62S  Small   stream half a   mile south-west-, of  south-west corner of Lot 3331  Spring about 12 chains north of Lot 320,5.  Group 1  Spring situate near centre of thcN. \V  Section 13, Township 2S  Spring near south lino of Lot 1)07  Unnamed spring oi  Record i037  Small spring or stream on Lot (Ml)  Spring on Pre-emption Record 1771  Unnamed small stream flowing from spring  oh Lot 3S0  Spring on Lot 171  Spring situated' about the centre of north  line of Lot O'fiS (S)  Small lake near south-east corner of Preemption (17 (S)  Small creek on Pre-emption Record 20S6  ������������������   Small lake situated on Pre-emption Record  2773  Small unnamed lake or slnugh��������� near east  line of Lot ol)0, Osoyoos  Unnamed slough near Lots 191 and 193,  Group 1. Osoyoos ,  Spring on Lot 331  Spring- on Lot 1359  Springs near north-cast corner of Lot 3(>"i  Springs on Lot 2391  Spring near centre of Lot 3S0  Stream running out of Loon Lake  Spring on Lot 3009, Group, 1 Osoyoos  Small creek flowing into Kettle River, live  miles south of Grand Forhs  Small stream about six miles and a half  south of Eholt  Creek or springs on Lot 191  ��������� Stream on Colville Reservation  Spring on Reserve  Spring into Norwegian Creek     :  Creek on Lot 90S '  Stream running through Sub-lot 3203 of Lot  2710  and all unnamed springs, streams, creeks,  ponds, gulches, and lakes tributary to or in the  vicinity of the above-named streams.  Take notice that each and every person,  partnership, company, or municipality who, on  the said 12th day of March, 1!J()!I, had water  rights on any of the above mentioned creeks, is  directed to forward on or before the l!)th day  of April, 1912. to the Chief WatcrCommissioncr  at the Parliament Buildings at Victoria, a.  memorandum of claim in writing as required  by section 2.X of the said Actas amended. Printed forms for such memorandum (Form No. 10)  can be obtained from any of the Water Commissioners in the Province:  And take notice that the said Board of Investigation intends to proceed to tabulate such  claims on or about the 31st day of May. 1912  After the claims have been tabulated bailie Board, notice will be given of the places  and days on which evidence andarguincnt will  be held at local point-.  Dated at Victoria ihis-JSth day of February  1!)12 10-1  .1. F. AltMSTl.'OXG.  Chairman  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ��������� :  ���������  ���������  We hive just received a consignment of these well known buscuits  and recommend tliein as the nicest  lot of biscuits ever received in.H'ed-  ley. We "have" them in bulk- and in  packages of all sizes.'  It In Continually From Now On  ��������� Curlew Butter Now in Stock and We Will Have  ���������  ���������   ���������  + Green vegetables arrive at the end of every week  ���������  + ������������������-  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  !Shatfords, Ltd.|  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  pOAL mining  rights   of  the   Dominion.  ,~/      Manitoba, Saskatchewan   and  m  Mberta.  WATER NOTICE  For a  ."V'otii-o is  Licence to Take and   Use Water  lereby given that The Ashawoia  P/U/16&  blveru, Feed & Sale stables    URDLtiY   li. (.'.    A good .stock of Horses unci Rigs  Hand.    1; Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  -^ Power Co. Ltd.. of Vancouver. B. C. will  apply for a licence to take and use 2.-10 cubic feet  per second of water out of the Similkiuueeii  river which Hows in a south-easterly direction  the Yukon Territory, the North-west Terri-I through IJ. C. and empties into Okanagan river  tories and in a portion of the Province of Bri- ! near Oroville, Wash. The water will be divert-  tish Columbia, may be leased for a term of ! ed near S. W. corner of Lot 2H7Sand will be used  twenty-one years at an annual rental of 31 an | for Power purposes on the land described as  acre. "Not more than 2,o(i0 acres will be leased : near the mouth of Twenty-mile creek.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOO D   F O R   8 A L E !  Phon.   II 1MN1S   BROS. Proprietors.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the rights applied for  arc situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described hv sections, or legai sub-divisions of  sections.'anil in unsurvcyed territory the tract  applied for shall bo staked out by tho applicant  himself.  ICach application must beiu-companiod by a  fee of ������"> which will be refunded if the rights  applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall lie paid on the .merchantable output of the mine at the rate of live cents  per ton  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting tor  the full quantity of merchantable coal mined  and nay the royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns  should be furnished at least once a, year.  The lease will include tho coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to pur-  chase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for the working of the  mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary of the Department of  the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the interior.  N.B.-t'nauthori/.ed publication of (bis advertisement will not be paid for. !Mlm  TRY THE  Hedley   Gazette  FOR  Fine Job Printing  ! This notice was posted on the ground on the  ; 29th day of March. 1912. The application will  i be filed in the- ollice oflhe Water llei-ordcr nt  i Fairview.  ;    Objections may be  Hied with the -aid Water  i liecordor   or   with   the    Controller   of   Water  1 Rights, Parliament Buildings. Victoria. K. C.  Tin-: Asii.-wvota I'ow i:u Co. Lrn.  13-1 T. D. I'ickanl. agent.  TO CANADIAN ARCHITECTS  Competition  for New University Buildings to  be Krcctoti at Point Grey, near Van  couver, British Columbia  The Government of British Columbia invito  Competitive Plans for the general scheme and  design for the proposed new I'niversity, together with more detailed Plans for the buildings  to be erected first at an estimated cost of  Sl.aOO.OOO.  Prizes of ������10,000 will be given for the most  successful Designs submitted.  Particular- of the competition and plan of  site may bo obtained on request from the  undersigned.  The designs to be sent in by .1 uly 31st. 1912  addressed to  TlIK MlNTSTKK OK F.KITCJATIO.N.  Parliament Builcings,  Victoria, British Columbia  nr/n THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. APRIL 4,1912.  OS  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������-Famed for Fruit Growing  Towft and Lower Valley.  John Pritclinrd., of Olalla, was in  town Frid.-iy.  Mrs. .Frank Burnley .came in this  Avet-U to join her hu.-h.ind.  Many  thousand feet of fluming aie  (,  being bui. ton the Lowe ranch.  Thomas Bradshaw, of Bradshaw,  drove into town last Thursday..  A. M. Luc-lip, of Penticton, came  liver,the  divide by motor last Friday.  J. R. Brown, Commissioner, and R.  >S. Atkins, of F.-iirvieVv, drove ovi-r  Thursday.  ��������� Fred arid Percy Howell unci Lou  Bowdery rode over lVoin. Pentic.tim  .Sunday last.  R. L. Cawston shipped 2.) 'head of  (���������little;.to P. Burns & Co. Ltd., Princeton, Saturday lust.  Miss Bradshaw left for her homo,  last Friday after spending about a  month with friends in Keremeos.  M. Costello, asst. traffic manager,  Seattle, and other officials, went  through to Coahuont Thursday last.  ��������� Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Clark drove in  from Green Mountain last week, visiting their daughter, Mrs. D.-.T. Innis.  Mike .Gaynor is staying up at the  Central. Mike has been rather unwell  of Uvte, but is picking up wonderfully  now.  H. Tweddle. left for Calgary on a  business trip Friday last. Hurry is on  a rush trip and will be back in three  or four clays.  Sam Johnson, of Vancouver, has  bought Snider's ten acre lot across the  river. His effects are now on the way  in from Penticton.  Mrs. G. E. Graham and daughter,  motored over from Penticton. Mrs.  Graham will spend a few weeks on the  ranch before returning to the coast. ���������  Provincial constable, G. H. Aston,  died at Kelowna on Thursday 28th at  :->:30 p. in. from the effects of the shot  fired hy .lames on the steamer Okanagan last week.  Very shortly quarantine station and  stock yards will be erected here.   Boeing & Brass, of Hedley, have the contract and wdl start operations as soon  as lumber arrives.  A. C. Kennedy, of Spring Brook  Hunch, was in town on business last  Friday. Mr. Kennedy says it is nice  to come out of the snow for awhile  and get warmed up in Keremeos.  A kindergarten was opened last  Monday, morning with an attendance  often eeterprising little people. The  room can accommodate more if others  desire to come. Hours from !):30 to  11:30.  Charlie Armstrong i-ame in from  Trail last Thursday where, he was engaged in bridge building all winter.  AVe will soon see Charlie pushing the  plow and riding the disc now by way  of a change.  Mr. Morrison, of Bellingham, Wash,  came in last Saturday and was shown  over tlie district by .). J. Armstrong.  Mr. Morrison is greatly taken np with  the valley and if he can dispose of his  property in Washington, will come  buck and settle here.  On Thursday before magistrate .I.B.  Brown, Jack Edmonds, of Hedley,  was brought up on a charge of cattle  .stealing. The court after adjourning  twice decided in favor of defendant,  who drove home next day feeling in a  better frame of mind.  The closing meeting of the K. K. K.  was well attended. The programme  which consisted of music, both vocal  and instrumental, piano and violin,  recitations and dialogues was well  rendered. The game, "The Similkameen Settlers", was tlu; link that  made the evening a social success.  Mrs. McLennan and family left on  Monday afternoon's train for Oklahoma state. Mrs. McLennan who has  been with us for the past six months  made many friends who were sorry to  see her leave. Miss McConnell, her  sister, went with her as far as Oroville.  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Armstrong drove  up from Chopitka. We are all pleased  to see that Joe is getting along well  after the operation on his leg. He is  full of praise for the doctor who attended, him in Spokane and only  wishes he had gone; to him sooner.  There is now a chance of him being  able to walk again this summer.  .Man}' of the .ranchers are busy  planting trees. Three thousand trees  are now waiting to be planted, and. an  additional two thousand are on the  way here to be planted later.  GENERAL NEWS  Montrealers are paying ten dollars  per ton for house coal as the result of  the British coal strike.  The Dominion government is to give  a million dollars for roads.  Fears,.-ire entertained ..'for-.the safety,  of Capt. Scott and his party in the.  Antarctic-regions.    ������������������'������������������'  Tlie estimate of American lumber  dumped illegally -on the Canadian  prairies reaches the large sum of 300  million feet.  It is now estimated that ships will  be going through the .Panama canal in  August 1013.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. It. Station  MRS.  A. F. KIRBY,   Proprietress.  ���������SILKS    -  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  '    for sale at right prices  TOflMY SING, Keremeos  Kereineos-Pentictoii Mail Sta������c.  Water lights in the Railway Mt  YALE WATER DISTRICT  ���������VTotice is hereby given that any person, part-  ���������*���������''' -net-ship, company, or inuhieipality having  anv claim to Water Rights in the Railway belt  may lilo with the Chief Water Commissioner  at the Parliament Buildings; Victoria, a statement of claim to water privileges on a printed  form (No aO), Which can be obtained from tho  Water Commissioners at New Westminster.  Yale. Ashcroft. Kamloops.- Rcvelstokc, and  Golden, or from the Chief Water Commissioner  .Evidence-will be heard at local points as soon  as the claims have been examined and tabulated, and notices will bo published in tho British Columbia Gazette and local papers of the  place and date when each stream will be dealt  with. Objections may be tiled with the Chief  Water Commissioner. The following streams  are supposed to be wholly or partially within  the Railway Belt in the Vale Water district.  American cr.  Andci-son river  Anderson cr  Boston Bar cr  -Black canon  Beaver lake  Butter cr  Bootliroyds Flat  Coquihalla river  Carry cr  - ChilliwhacK river  Chilliwhack lake  China Bar or  Cisco cr  Dcwdney cr  Emory Bar cr  Eagle er  Emory cr  Four-mile cr  Five-mile cr  Fraser river  Fort Dallas er  Gordcri er  Garnet cr  Goose laice  Harrison lai'o  Hunter cr  Hanan cr  Isobelle cr  Jones laKo  July cr  .lacicass Mountain or  Kelly or  Kanaica liucc  Kanaica Bur cr  Lytton cr  Lauder or  Mineral laice  Murray hu-ce  M uddy cr  Murderers Bar cr  Nahic er  Nohomeen er  Nahatlatch laKe  Nuhatlutch river  Niger or  Nicolum river  Ncsuqiiack or  Niicaia cr  Pierre creek  Quoieek cr  Ruby cr  Kodick cr  Riiilroud er  River or  Rocky gulch  Stryen cr  Salmon river  Spuy./.itm cr  Sawmill cr  Silver cr  Skuppacr  Si wash er  Siwush creek. North Fork  Si wash creek. South Fork   i  Sicsse or  Samallow river  Sifagit river  Scbkam er  Seven-mile er  Springer  Suckercr  Sorrell Springs  Siska or  Skuz/.y river  Tnmihy cr  Tulameen river  Tiihimeen river, West Forfc  Tulameen river, South Fork  Texas cr  Trafalgar Bar cr  .   Uz-vi-hoos river  Unknown er  Waleach er  Yale or  Stream rising two miles westoi Keel ers  Small Stream at Spuzzum  Stream through station yard. North ('end  Stream at Camp IB. N. W. |, Sec. 31, Tp !)  Stream through S.K. }, Sec. 30, Tp 12, It. 2(i.  Stream halfu  mile west of C.P.R. station  Stream  west of C.  P. R. coal-bunkers at  North Bend ..,,.,-���������  Springs in Tp. II. R. '������<. on cast side oi Cariboo road.  Statements of claims may also be lied to  water in any unnamed spring, stream. orecK,  pond, gulch, lake, or other source of water supply, in the vicinity of any of the said creeks, etc  Dated February 11th. 11)12  W. R. ROSS  Minister of Lands  A first-class new auto has been-add-,  ed to W. E. Welby's stage and Livery  ������������������business at Penticton and a thoroughly competent driver has been engaged  to run tin- car,,.  Phone 11 W. E. Wi-luy;  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public,  HEAL ESTATE JONES  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Keremieos. B. C.  C.  JE.  SHAW  ���������  F������ F������ J\ Y  Do not neglect to spray your trees with  Pendray's Lime Sulphur Solution  Pendray's is endorsed by all tlie leading fruit men  of the province. ,      ,     '  We are sole agents fpr Keremeos and can"sell it by  the barrel or gallon.  We  carry a full line of Garden and.  Field Seeds.  Five Roses Flour always in stock  ���������  X  ���������  X  ���������  X  F.   RICHTER  ESTATE  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provin  cial Land Surveyor.  Office of J. A. Brown  KEREMEOS      ���������  B.C.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OI>\ YAT.K  T>AKE NOTICE that I,. Edward Asquith  x Hargreaves, of Keremeos, B. C. occupation Rancher, intends to 'apply for permission  to purchase the following described lands.  Commencing at a post planted at the S. E.  eoriinr of Lot 29s. Mrs. Wagstalf's P. E., thence  east 10 chains, thenee north 80 chains, thence  west 10 chains, thence south 80 chains to point  of commencement, containing 80 acres more  or less  EDWARD ASQUITH HARG RE A V KS  March 1st, 11112 0-10  Westwood & Brooke  BR.EEDEKS. OF        :  A High Grade,  Heavy Egg Producing  Strain of Single Comb White Leghorns  ���������  What a few Acre qf Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  m  ���������������  m  ;������  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in somethino- that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  REMEMBER  We  offer no  land but what has  the   water already on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  ���������  ���������������  ������  m  ������.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.        ^  KEREMEOS, B. C.      ������  ���������:.: ,'��������� ��������� ������  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Have still on hand for spring planting  Wagener Northern Spy Wealthy Jonathan  McIntosh Red AVinesap Snows Gkavenstin  King David Rome Beausiy Red Cheeked Pipimn  Pr.iTMS, Peaks and Peaches  Established in 1900 . 125 ACRES  I  i2-:f  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  for  Fine Job Printing  -���������spokesman"  winner of 2nd Prize Cock, Spokane  Poultry Show, 1911; also headed 2nd  Prize Pen at same show. He is sired  hy the 1st Cock Spokane. Poultry Show  1911, which also won "Shape and Color  Specials" at same show, and w.-is 1st  Cock at Seattle in 1910.  We are now   hooking orders for Settings  of Eggs  and will  forward  at any tune customer desires  PEN NO. 1 ���������Our Selected Prize  Winning Stock, ,$5.00 per setting, 15  effg������-  PEN NO. 2���������An Excellent Pen that  will produce Winners and layers, ,$r5.00  per setting, 15 egg.  PEN NO. 3���������A Good, Utility Pen tor  Egg Production,   $1.50 per setting, 15  Book Your Orders Early. Terms, Cash  with Order  Address, Princeton, u. c.  MORTGAGE SALE  UNDER and by virtue of the powers contained in a certain mortgage which will be  produced at the time of sale there will be offered for sale by public auction at  THE TOWN HALL  in the  Town of Keremeos, B. C. on  Saturday, April 20th, 1912  at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, the  following property:  Lot 5, Block 79, in tho Keremeos townsite according to map numbered 300. Keremeos town-  site.  For terms and conditions of sale apply to .f.A. j  Brown, agent for mortgagee,  Dated at Keremeos this 30th day of March, 11112  |  Plumbing and Heating, Sheet  |      Metal Work Tinsmithing  Shop corner Angela Ave. and Bridge  St.,  in 'iVIurdock's blacksmith shop.'  Work guaranteed.   Consult us about your work  DIGNAN & ATKIN  Practical Workmen Propuiktohs  PRINCETON, B. C.  I  !  x  x  X  X  K  xa  x  x  x  X  subscribe for the gazelte  i  X  %  I  X  X  X  X  s  i  60   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights <tc.  Anyone sendlnff a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention is probably patentable Communica-  tionsstrictly conHdentlnl. HANDBOOK on Patents  sentfroe. Oldest agency forseourniRpatonts.  Patents taken through Alunii Si Co. receive  special notice, without cli.irec, in tho  Scientific Htiterican.  Ahandsomely Illustrated weekly. I.nrccst circulation of anv Bniontlllo journal. Terms, $3 a  7our: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  SHIIJNN & Co.36lBfoad^. New York  Branch Offlce, P?o P St., v'aidilu;.'ton. D. C.  WHEN WRITING ADVERTISERS .PLEASE  MENTION   THIS I'AI'EI!  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, GUSTO MS I'KDKKHAG K,  J'IKK  INSURANCE  OFFICE  KEBKMKOS. B.C.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  Jl'liY FRACTION Mineral Claim, .situate in  the Osoyoos 'Alining Division of Vale District, where located: - Nickel I'hitc Mountain, Camp Hedley  TAK'K NOTICE that I, Ainsley Megraw. F.  M. 0. No. lOalSJA agent for the iledloy Gold  Mining Company, Limited, F. M. 0. No. UWlfMi  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the mining Recorder for a Certilieate of  Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  section 'fi must be commenced before the issue  of such Certilieate of improvements.  Dated this 2'Jnd day of January, Ifili.*  SING LEE  Luuiidry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditcli digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  IvKHEMKOa, B.C.

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