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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER  Volume VIII,  HEDLEY, B.C:, THUPiSDAY, APRIL 11.. 1912.  Number 14.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  f IS years' practice in Vancouver.!  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -       B. C  KETTLE VALLEY PLANS  JflS. CLARKE  Watchmaker  HEDLE-Y, B. C  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Kates Moderate.  A. B.iKNKS, Prop.        Pentioton, B.C.  R. W. DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches,  Properties,   Mines. Timber,  Water Powers  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C  X. Tiio.mps.ox i���������MOM-: sey.mouh 5$)13  -MGK. WKSTKKX CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices and Warehouse, S17-0;' Beauty .Street  Vancouver^ B. C.  Grand Union  Hotel .  HEDLEY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  Programme for   Completion   of Portion  Between Summerland and  the Summit  There seen*'- to be contradictory  opinions about the intentions of the  Kettle Valley R.y. Company and the  amount of go that will charactciizo  their work this season. Parties who  have come over from Penticton are  not any too sanguine of rapid work  find tell of contractors that were shipping their outfits out of the valley on  completion of the short contracts they  had taken. The following report from  Suninierland, however, .seem to 'indicate that, they are more confident in  that locality.  Summerland, April 2.���������The President, Mr. Warren lias decided to be  gin construction on the Kettle Valley  Railway in this municipality find work  out from here. Mr. J. L. Logic, riglit-  of way agent, has about completed his  duties.  Last week Mr. Warren, accompanied  by chief engineer, Mr. McCulIoogh,  visited Summerland and inspected the  BEACON LIGHT OF THE EMPIRE , G00DEVE GETS APPOINTMENT  Canada Leads the Way in the March Towards Fullest Measure of Imperial Unity  London, March li).���������Mail Correspondence)���������Fluttering comment on  the action of the Canadian government in negotiating a reciprocity  treaty with the West Indies, is contained in the following extract fiom  Vanity Fair:  "Canada at this very moment, is  giving the mother country and the  Empire an object lesson in Imperial  unity���������and not for the first time. Ft  was only a few months .ago that she  rejected the magnificent bribe wherewith Mr. Taft thought to tempt Ijer  from the hard and lonesome way of  Empire into the pleasant paths of  Pan-Americanism. That peril past,  the Dominion proceeds to put into  practice her Imperialistic principles by  negotiating fi preferential treaty with  oi������- West Indian Islands.  ���������'Strategically and commercially the  importance of these islands can not  but  be  enhanced by  the opening of  HOW HE HELPED CANADA  The  Member for  Kootenay is Appointed   Lloyd  George  Responsible for  Much of  on the Board of Railway ' Our British Immigration  Commissioners  London, March  22 ���������(Special Corres-  Ivoetenay  will have anew   election   pondence)���������The following letter which  for the House of Commons.     The vac-   n    ��������� , ���������     ^ v i     i  , ^  ., _ , the Express   has received from a le-ul-  cincv (ill   the IJo.-ud   ol Railway   Com-1  mission's has   been filled   by ' the ap-1 m������ S*������PP������>K agent is eloquent of the  pointment of  A. E. Goodeve  to  the  position.    While the appointment is a  good   one and  nothing  can  be  urged  route.   Both gentle were pleased with   tin: Panama Canal. Indeed, the Wash-  Hedley    /liners'    and   flillmen's  Union, No. 161, W. F. of M.  Regular meetings of tho Hedley Local, No.  1(11 arc held bn tho first and third Wednesday  in the month in Fraternity hall and the second  and fourth Wednesday afc the X. P. Mine  O. M. Stgvkns ,      T, R. Willev  ���������Prcfidont l-'in-Socyctai-y.  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  arc held on the second  Friday in  ft each month in Fraternity hall. Hedley. Visiting  } brethren are cordially invited to attend.  ARTHUR CLARE,  S. E. HAillLTON,  W.M  Secretary  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp.meets in  Fraternity Hall the first and  third Thursdays in the month.  I'A. Cxakb K. IT- Simi'sox  {i Counsel Clerk.  the survey find at an informal meeting with' the council requested that  the engineer be instructed to go over  tho right-of-way with the Kettle Valley Railway's engineer to adjust the  matters of crossing, flumes, ditches,  etc." These will be arranged without  delay and the recommendation of the  engineer submitted to the council for  final approval.  Already the ironwork for the big  steel and concrete bridge across Trout  Creek has been ordered. There will  be some forty miles of construction  work handled from here, extending  from Trout Creek to the summit, fill  material etc., being landed here. Already the contract has been signed  with the construction company, aiid  immediately the few remaining preliminaries fire arranged work will begin.  Mr. McCarthy, engineer, is already  encamped in Peach Valley with his  men, Construction camps will be  erected at once find the outfit is expected immediately.  Mr. Logie has practically arranged  for all the right-of-way with the exception of one lot. This, it is understood, is the property of Dr. Munroe,  on or near Alkali Flat, for which ho is  asking $1,500 per acre. The price will  probably be fixed by -arbitration.  AN    INTERESTING    WANDERER  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meeting's ot  Hedley Lodge 1711 are held on  the third Monday in every  x.%i3������%S%l������$i$mianth in Fraternity Hall. Visit"  iig bretbern aro cordially invited to attend.  J A RTH (J R KI N Ci, W. "\ f,  I WM. LO.V.SDA l',K. Seo't.  OR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  f f'Vill be at Home office in Oroyi  III' to 11th of each month.  Ho, 1st  Office on North   Main   Street.  'Khirne, Temple & Tunbrldge  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL KNGIXICKR and BRITISH  COLL'MIUA LAND SfRVKYOR  Star Building Princeton  i HILLIARD'S  BARBER     SHOP  i  KOU. AN KASY SHAY!*  HOT & COLD BATHS  'Kcxb door north of Grand Union Hotel  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE   GAZETTE  "Where does.the  bird  belong" is a  question  that H. H. Messenger would  like   to find out.     A few days ago he  showed the Gazette a   pretty  bronze  colored carrier pigeon which was resting   quite  contentedly   in   his   hand.  That it is a bird of some note, and if it  could speak could tell a story of travel  that  would prove of intense interest,  is proven by the fact that on one of its-  legs is a bright band of either silver or  aluminum  on   which  are   the   letters  ������������������E.Z." followed by the number "12S0"  It came  to Ins place early   in tho winter and was   noticed   because  of its  tanieness find  the fact that it did not  appear to  be able to  fly any distance.  That it had not got a square deal from  some quarter--and   had   been played a  foul trick by some one who had interfered  with its plans    is  shown by the  fact   that one  of its  wings  had   been  clipped to interfere   v-itb its Hying or  otherwise  the homing instinct would  have asserted itself and the bird would  have been able  to get back to its own  dovecote.    What it may do when the  wing feathers grow out again remains  to be seen    but  in its present state of  disability it appears to be able to take  the situation   philosophically and appear  as  contented us   possible   under  the circumstances and grateful for the  hospitality   that has  come its  way in  Hedlev.     A comparison   of the   bird  with    tin;    pigeon   plates    shown   in  Americana  wauld indicate   that it belongs   to  the  species   known   as   the  Belgian  carrier.    If   any   of our   exchanges can  supply any   information  as to   where the  niterestiiur  traveller  hails  fiom   we   would   be   pleased  to  know,   for curiosity  as well as human  interest makes one   anxious to   find  out.    But  if  tin;  owner should be of  the bloodthirsty  niai-tiiiet   kind   who  kill any of their'hirds who fail to make  the   expedition  a success,    as   ninny  breeders of homing pigeons are known  to do,   then it would seem   better that  the   whereabouts   of   this   lost   bird  should remain unknown to him.  ington government is known to look  with serious misgiving on the fact  that the approaches to the new gate  of the Pacific should thus be dominated, not by Great Britain only, but by  half a dozen European powers.  "In these circumstances the fiction  of tho Canadian government in entering into closer relation with these  long-neglected outposts of the Empire  will not only inure to the advantage  of the islands themselves, but represents, from the Imperial point of view,  ti prudent'and-patriotic step. How  long will it be before England, forgetting the shibboleths of the past in the  necessities of today, will go arid do  likewise���������not in one place, but a hundred, of" her. vast-and scattered empire?"  It is difficult to over-estimate the  value of comment such 'as this upon  the minds of the British public who  remembering Earl Grey's prediction,  aro watching with eagerness the creation of the great Empire of the West.  against  his ability and  fitness for the  office it is regrettable that his services  will be lost to the   House, of Commons  and particularly to the. riding of Kootenay   which   elected him  as its icpre  sentative.      Mr.   Goodeve    has   been  identified  with the  interests of Rossland  since   he  settled   there   in   .181X5,  moving there from ihe town of Ches-  h-y,   Out.,   where he  was in   the drug  business,  although Guelph, Out., was  his  birthplace.    Goodeve  has  always'  ranked as cabinet   timber and had a  portfolio  in the McBride government  in 1908, when he was defeated by J. 7V.  McDonald,  afterwards leader' of   the  opposition  find  now a Justice of the  Appellate Court for British Columbia.  He was also looked   upon as  likely to  receive   the appointment  to a cabinet  position  in   the   Borden   government  as  the  representative for British Columbia  and only the special fitness of  Martin    Burrell   Lo   the   portfolio   of  Agriculture in a cabinet of specialists,  prevented  Goodeve from   landing the  bun, fis he has proven himself a strong  man   in  Conservative  ranks   and one  of the  heaviest debaters-.who  lent a  hand to the defeat of Reciprocity.  AID TO HORSE BREEDERS  Conditions  Upon Which the Grant will  be Given  NEW MINISTER OF MINES  Other Appointment of Duties Among Departments at Ottawa  Ottawa, April 3rd.���������Important administration changes were made by  the cabinet, in a brief council meeting  held yesterday. No less than three  steps were taken towards the reorganization of departments.  Tho department of mines, which,  since its establishment has been under  the control of the minister of inland  revenue, has been .placed under the  control of Hon. Robert Rogers, who  iidds to his present titles of minister  of the interior and superintendent-  general of Indian affairs, that of minister of mines.  The census, statistics find registration of statistics long have been part  of the. department of agriculture.  Those services now go to the trade  and commerce department.  Dr. A.[(l. Doughty, archivist, whose  department has recently been placed  under- tin-secretary of state, is given  the r<-ink and salary of a deputy minister.  Another vacancy in the senate has  arisen through the failure of Senator  Sullivan of Kingston to attend for two  consecutive sessions, Senator Sullivan,  who is an aged man, has been in poor  health for some time. No early move  to fill the vacancy need be expected,  but it is regarded as almost certain  that Mi- George Gordon will become  Air. Sullivan's successor; Mr. Gordon  was member ot parliament, for Nipis-  Mng and made way for Hon. Frank  Cochrane on the hitter's acceptance of  the portfolio of railways and canals.  Three judgeships, authorized by  legislation of last session, were filled  at the cabinet council yesteiday. Mr.  Alexander Haggart, ex-M. P. for Winnipeg, becomes justice of the Manitoba Court of Appeals. Mr. W. L.  Walsh, K. C. of Calgary, goes to the  Supreme Court of Alberta, the judgeship being a new one. Mr. Hector  Chauvin. K. t-.. of Hull, becomes judge  of the new judicial district of Labelle  in Quebec. Mr. Cliauvm is a brother-  in-law of Air. Henri Bournssa, and he  was the Conservative candidate in  Lunelle in 190$.  Believing himself to be justified,  therefore, in further prosecuting the  policy'begun last year, the Honorable  Martin Burrell, Minister of Agriculture, has authorized the continuance  of the grant, to be available for all  Thoroughbred stallions, standing for  public service during the season of  1912, which comply with the conditions imposed by the Department.  The conditions under which assistance will be given are as follows:  1. All horses on account of which  aid is given by the Department must  be registered in the Thoroughbred  Stud Book of the Canadian National  Live Stock Records.  2. Horses   shall  be   of   good   size,  panic    which    is   manifesting    itself  everywhere     among     the     working  classes:  To the Editor of the Express. '���������  Sir,���������The Orient line to Australia  have notified their agents they cannot  take anymore third-class passengers  until August next, ten of their large  steamers being full.     The ships of the  P. & O. branch lines to Australia-are  fill full until the end of July, and it is  impossible to get a third-class passage  to Australia by any line.    All full.  In the case of Canada, the Canadian  Pari fir Railway notify agents that  they .-ire unable to take second-class  or third-class passengers until May  next (except for a special sailing or  so). The Allan line are in the saine  fix, the Royal line from Bristol are  also full until June next for. third-class  the Cun.-ud line from Southampton  are full until May, and so it is with  fill the lines.  In fact, look where you will, the  shipping lines are full in the third-  class fi long way ahead.  The workingman is taking none of  ftl i'. Lloyd George's refreshing fruit,  but is rapidly clearing .out of this  country while he has money. The  cheap-jack offers .of 9d for 4d do not  appeal to him, so he is off. And he  is going to a tariff reform country,  where he can earn-good wages and be  sure of the future.  Truly Lloyd George has been a good  friend to  the. poor emigration  agents.  H. HICKMAN  Emigration Agent.  Bridgwater  LOOKS BLUE FOR UNION  Returns  Up to April  ist Show  Presbyterian Vote 70 Per Cent, for Union  quality find conformation and shall be  free from all hereditary unsoundness:  these conditions to be ensured by submission annually to a thorough, careful examination either at the hands of  the 'Veterinary Director General or  such other members of the veterinary  staff of the Department, or other persons as the Minister may from time to  time appoint for this purpose.  H.    Horses so approyed shall be duly  and  properly advertised to stand for  service  of mares,   under the ordinary  and  general  conditions  usual   in  the  district in  which they are  to be kept,  at an annual service fee (except in the  case  of Thoroughbred   marcs)  of not  more than  $10.00 to  insure, such service  fee   to  become due and  payable  only when   mares prove to be in  foal.  Any    person,    firm   or   corporation  owning or oontrollini*- any Thoroughbred Stallion in regard to which all of  the  conditions  above  set forth shall  have been duly and properly fulfilled,  shall,  on   production   of   satisfactory  evidence   thereof and  of the fact chat  a reasonable  number of mares, other  than  Thoroughbred mares, have been  served  during the season, be entitled  to receive    at the  close  of each such  season the sum of $250 from the funds  of the  Live Stock Branch.      ff, in the  event of a horse dying or becoming incapacitated for service during the season,    an  approved  substitute   is   immediately placed  in the same district,  the Minister 111115', after due consideration of  the circumstances,  authorize  the   pimnent  of   the   subsidj*   above  mentioned.  The necessary forms will be furnish-  Toronto, April 9.���������Rev. Dr. Gordon,  of Queen's Umversary, will be elected  convener of the Pres 115-terian committee on church union at the meeting  here tomorrow. The position became-  vactint on the death of Rev. Principal  Patrick of Winnipeg. It Is not likely,  the official figures will be reported by  the committee until the meeting of  the General Assembly at Edmonton  in June. The official reports of the  clerks of the presbyteries, however,,  shows a vote approximately 70 percent for union and 80 per cent against.  This is regarded b\' some church  authorities as being too huge a percentage in opposition for the General  Assembly to warrant organic union.  METEOROLOGICAL.  Mar  Apr  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending April 80.1912 :  AT THE MINE.  Maximum Minimum  ���������10 . . 21  12        .. 28  -1-1        .. 25  85        .. 20  28        .. 14  82        .. 15  ���������10        .. 10  Average maximum temperature87.2S  Average minimum do 20.42  Mean temperature 28.S5  Rainfall for the week   0.00 inches.  Snowfall        "        " 1.  coiiKEsroxin.vc- week ok last yhai-  Highest maximum temperature 40.  81  1  2  8  4  5  0  Average  maximum  do  31.  Lowest minimum  do  -3.  Average  minimum  do  9.  Mean  do  20.  AT THE  MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  Mar 81  02  , t  30  < pr   1  60  ,  #  31  2  71  . ,  37  3  50  , .  85  ���������I  50  ��������� .  20  0  5(5  35  0  51  . ,  42  Average maximum temperature 50.71  Average minimum do 84.57  Mean do 47.14  Rainfall for the week 0.00 inches  Snowfall       "       "      0.00 "  CORllESl'OXDI.YC. WKEK OV LAST YKAU  ed on  application  to  the  Veterinary I Highest maximum temperature 54  Director General and Live Stock Com-1 Average do do 47.57  Lowest minimum do 20  Average do do 25.85  Mean do 30.71  missioner, Department of Agriculture,  Ottawa. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE APRIL 11, 1912.
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Land Notices-t'ertiiiciitcs ill niii>roveim:iir.. etc.
$7.0(1 for (id-day nntices. mid S.'.<hi for Wi-diiy
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j Theie is to be a dance in Fraternity
Hall on Friday evening 19th iust., the
la.-t socio 1 event of the season.
A gang of men .-ire fit work cleaning
j out.   the  obstruction   to   the  Twenty-
| mile wagon   road caused In-  the Hume
j break last winter.
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EDITORIAL COMMENTS
The lust election was the most economical, .the B. C. government has
has over had. Polling expenses were
saved in nine constituencies and there
���'was a, snug nest egg besides from forfeited deposits.
Since the 21st. of September last,
various towns .in'Canada- have had
practical demonstration of the good
chore done for'the country, in tlie defeat of reciprocity. Nelson B.C. has
had some and their latest is the announcement of operations to start- in
sixty days for the erection of a large
pulp mill which is being promo ted
ami, financed by United  States- capital.
:rjitjsax��^sr^aJ2arr-T���->
Laurier .-ind his Liberal followers
have again scandalized the Liberal
parly by their action in killing some
of tin- most important legislation
passed by the Commons through in-
terfeience by the. Senate. .For years
Laurier occupied the anomalous posi-
tition of f.i free trader wearing the
British Cobden medal and practising
piolectiim and trying to brazen tlie
thing out during his numerous visits
visits to the old countiy. He has
time and again professed himself in
���sympathy with Asquith's propngaiida
against the House of Lords because,
forsooth, the House Of Lords had
daied to l;iy impious hands upon fi
"money hill" like Lloyd-George's
budget. Now he has bidden his servile appointees to the Canadian Senate to kill four of the nio.-t important
enactments of the first session of the
Borden Administration and yet three
out. of the four happen to be inoiuy
ardent old supporter
claimed to the editor
these inconsistencies
an- only evidences of Laurier's genius,
then lie is  a genius of  the first water.
bills If, as an
of Laurier once
of   the   Gazette,
mm sisfnstnssmin
Several carloads of rod" were hauled
through town to Keremeos Wednesday to be used as rip-rapping along
the Sunilkanieen river. The rock was
hauled in from .Marcus, which scons
like n waste of pulling power and
irir-iion, seeing that the mountains
bordering both sides of tlie Similkameen are grand monuments of stone.
���Oroville Gazelle.
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JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor
feverijthing  New and  First-Glass
Bar supplied with the Choicest
Liquors and. Cigars and Special
Attention   paid   to   the   Table.
the Hedley school-preparing'foi- it.
Official score cards of the Hedley
Golf Club with the local ground rules
printed on the back 111115' be had either
from the.'secretary or at Rolls' store.
During her residence in Hedley Mrs.
Slat-ford' never visited the mine and
oii Monday she and Mrs. Wilson were
taken up by F. IL French who"made,
the trip with them on the'tramway'.
The teachers and pupils of the Hedley Union Sunday. School gave an entertainment on the livening of Easter
, Monday which was fairly well attended. The pupils did their parts very
creditably.-'
.J. IL Jackson, of Tulameen, and P.
Y. Smith, of Princeton, were visitors
in Hedley over Sunday and made the.
Gazette a friendl5r call Saturday afternoon. -They took back with them a.
bunch of'horses'winch-were wintering
up on the hills about "camp rest" and
will be used on Jackson's stage route.
For legislative - rottenness the Oroville municipal council appear to take
the bun. The recital of their shortcomings in last week's Oroville Gazette certainly sounds funny' to '-"an
outsider, but to the residents of that
town having property interests in the:
place,'it evidently ceases to be'a laughing matter.
H. A. Hincks. manager of the Bank
ot B. N. A. here, has been granted
three-months leave for a trip back to
his home in England and sailed from
Montreal.on the 3rd. B5- a. rather remarkable coincidence he was accompanied on the trip by G.H. YVhitemnn
who was 'called'horns by a cablegram
advising him of the serious iliness of
his mother.
Tin; Mutual Lite Insurance Co. of
Canada started business forty-two
5-ears ago with assets of only $0,210
and now its assets are. over $17,000,-
000. Its annual income from interest
alone pays all its death losses with a
large surplus to spare, which is j-early
paid back to its policy holders in profits ins lead of being paid but in dividends to the holders of watered stock
fis in the case of the stock companies.
As the Mutual Life insurance Company of Canada is made up of policy
holders only, every dollar they pay,
beyond what is needed to meet death
and endowment claims and other
legimate obligations'connected with
the. business, is returned to them with
profits, thus giving insurance on their
lives at net cost. That is wli5T they
can beat all other insurance companies
���in the profits they give and beat the
fraternal societies that have not the
advantage of the magic power of
compound interest  working for them.
An auto from across-the line went
through town ahout five o'clock on
Saturday evening and was driving at
11. reckless rate of speed. The driver
had evidently not been used to the
class of roads they make in B. C. and
when hi; saw a good stretch couldn't
resist the temptation to let go. In
making the turn at the corner of Scott
avenue and Haynes St. the machine
skidded and two kids that were crossing the street at the time had a narrow escape from being caught. The
law in 1$. C. governing the; speed of
jiutos on public highways should be
enforced rigidly and a lesson taught
Lo these reckless irresnon.-ibles.
Miss Eva Campbell received a telegram last week telling of the death of
her father .lames Campbell which took
place in the hospital at Knmloops of
miner's consumption. I.t is claimed
also that, the old Cariboo mine in
Camp McKinney is responsible foi the
commencement of his trouble for he
worked for fi. while in the Cariboo ,-it
the same time as many of the others
who have since fallen victims. lie
w.is also for some time foreman in the
Sleniwinder properly fit Fairview
where almost similar conditions prevailed. The working of machine drills
in a dry quart/- vein fills the air
with line silicious dust that is most
destructive to lung tissue especially
when breathed through the mouth.
Those who worked in the wetter portion* of the Cariboo escaped injury
lint there has been a heavy death toll
among those who worked for long
periods in the dry slopes.
An interesting condensed description of the Nickel Plate mine and its
workings at Ilediey appeared'-in last:
Saturday's issue of "the Nelson News !
which - was. 'prepared by L. IL Re\--���
nolds. The data for the article appears to have been gleaned from
11111115' sources, the most important of
which was Cainsell's report, but as it
��� was brought prctt5" well down to date
it is not at all improbable, that the
General Supei intendeiiUs later reports
lo head office of the company were
used, with the. result that the article
is in the main quite accurate except
for one oi- two slips which show a
slight confusion of ideas in the. mind
of the compiler at ising from improperly catching the exact meaning of
the writeis, from whose, descnptioiis
the summary was compiled. The Ga-
/.ette will be pleased lo 11-produce it in
a future issue.
Those who had intended sending to
Westwood it Brooke, at Princeton,
for egg set/tings and have been delaying it are in danger of getting left altogether unless their ordeis go in
within the next few days. Some of
their orders have come all the way
from Spokane and 11111115* more from
other parts of Washington stale.'
With the number of orde.is they have
ahead they could not supply eggs before Ma 5* on orde.is that are going in
now. It will be loo bad if poultry
raisers in the .Similkameen let the op-
portunit\' slip l>5- them fancj'ing that
because it was at their doors they
could suit their convenience. The. 40
breeding birds in Westwood &
Brooke's utilits* pen produced 951 eggs
in March which is a production of 75%
and in April thus far they arc going
S0%. The fact of the ad. being ordered out thi1- week is evidence of how
little, lime local breeders have to get
their ordeis in if the\* want to be in
the swim this year.
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Tlie money is .safer in tlie 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
Tlie Ban| of Britisli North America
and talk to the Manager about it
76 Years in Businesi
Hedley  Branch,
Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000
H. A  Hincks, Manager
at
Schubert's Supply Stores
MR. SHATFORD'S VISIT
Late on Saturday night.L. W. Shatford, M. P. P., came in by auto from
Penticton .accompanied by Mrs. Shatford and their daughter Vera find with
Mrs. Shatford was her friend Mrs. Fred
Wilson, of Vancouver, who has been
visiting with her. District road superintendent, H. A. Turner, was with the
pai't5* and the trip was made in 0. A.
C. Stewart's Cadillac car with R.
Bentley as chauffeur. Mrs. Shatford,
Vera and Mrs. Wilson remained in
Hedley while Messrs. Shatford and
Turner accompanied 115- AV.A. McLean
went up thevallej7- as far as Tulameen,
making stops at Princeton, Hast
Princeton, Granite Creek and Con.l-
mont. They got back to Hedley bite
on Mondfiy night and left again on
Tuesday on the return trip to Peritic-
ticton. Mr. Shatford is following out
the plan he has religiously pursued
ever since he was chosen representative for the riding, of making a point
to see every part of his constituency
several times during the year. Ifc entails an expenditure of time and cash
that very few representatives feel
themselves called on to make, but
here it has worked so well in the interests of both the electors and the
representative that neither would be
satisfied to have it discontinued. By
means of it the representative gets his
information at first hand and knows
exactly what is going on in his constituency which has enabled him to
work at all times for the benefit of his
constituents and avoid the costly mistakes into which others in like position so frequent^' fall.
Owing to snow on the divide between the Okanagan and the Kettle
river he 111115- defer starting on his
visit over there for a few d 11 \"s find in
all probability he .will be buck in the
Similkaineen valley in the course of a
fortnight.
STORES AT HEDLEY and TULAMEEN
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CHURCH WAKING UP
Now  Advertise  Like  Real  Live Ones���
Day of Deadbeat, Skinflint Parson
is Passing
The church of Greater New York,
or at least some of them, are begin
ning Lo appreciate Liu- valu" and efficiency of S5'steinatic advertising. Some
pastors have realized the importance
of publicity for souk; time, and have
cmplo5'od various and occasionally
quite sensational methods to attract
attention. But, in a. general wa5r, the
employment of paid display advertisements in newspapers and of electric
signs in the streets is rather a novelty
in religious progaganda. The publicity
commission of the Christian Conservation Congress, making the prepara
tion for the organization of the men
and Iteligion Forward Movement planned for next month, is making good
use of the advertising columns of the
daily papers \)y running displaj- advertisements on the sporting pages.
The members of the commission are
newspaper men find are thoroughly
up-to-date in their methods.
A great railroad .-terminus 11 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
Hour mills, big freight yards find 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.
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RAILWAY ADDITION-practically adjoining C.N. R.-
property is easily the best Port Mann subdivision on the market.     Values must go up enormous^*.     High, dry, level lots,
88x122 feet, $250.   Terms $15 down, $10 a month.    No interest
or taxes.    Send for booklet and lithographed plan.
Colonial Investment Go.
"THE PORT MAN PEOPLE"
Vancouver, B. C.
A. MEGRAW, Local Agent
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THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, APRIL 11, 1912.
Department of Lands
Water Branch ���
Tn the matter of tho Hoard of Investigation
���*������ created by Part III. of: tlie "VYator Act"
for the determination of water rights existing
on the 12th day of March. 1909; aiid in fcliu matter, of tliu following creeks ���hi tlie Similkumecii
Water District:���
Alder Crock
Alkali Lake .   '
'"  Aiiex Orcck>
Asluiola, River
Atwood Creek ���'���'���'
A-che-ghip-Flab Creek,
.   A-tsi-IvIak Creek
Asqnatic Creek
Armstrong Creek
Bucl-horiicreok
Bench Stream
Bromley crock ..:'
Baker creek.;-.
Bear crcok ;',' .
Bear Lake ���'-....-'
Beaver creek-
Beaver-lake
Bitter creek'���!
'Blue'Joint creek
Blue lake: ':''   ,
Boswcll Creek
- Boulder creek   ������     ��� lT
!��������������� Boundary creek   ,
llrodhag-en creek
Bunch Crass Field Spi-ing- .,
.'.''   Big Kock Creek ,'.'������.  ; '.
Blind creek .
Brown creek : .
Buchanan creek
Bull creek .
Boomerang creek        .
Blythc creek
Caustcri creel-
Camp creek ;:���'���'������, ���        ,-,;
Canyon creek- ���
Canyon lake .
Carnii creek
Cedar crook ; ''",-���.
Cedar lake
Christina lake :
Clearwater Luke"
Christina creek
Clearwater creek ,
1 Clark creek,     .
Colchester creek
Cold Crook
Conklc crock -,���,
Copper creek  " . ������ . ���
Cougar creek
-.���.Cyclops creek
Ca walier creel-
Colds trcani creek r
Cold water ci-eek \
Chain lakes    ,
'   Coteay crock ���������-���'' ,
China drcck     -...-���
Chihpatlin creek :
Cranberry creek
������Cranberry creek, South Fork of
Curry crook ��� ; , ,    '
Coilklill creek--:---..-- --���������- ������������-��������� -'-���'--���-    ----:--i-.:.:-:.-������-!:-���-
.Canon crook ���
Colys creek
Chandler creek
Croscut brook
Dauphin lake
Doadeyc creek
Deadwood creek
IJeadman gulch
Ocadman lake
Deep creek
Doer crook '
Daly .gulch.
Douglas creek
"Dominion creek
Dog lake
Duck lake
Dam lino creek
ICholb creek
Eighteen-mile creek
ICiglitoen-milc crock; branch of
Klkhorn creek
Eleven-mile creek
Freiia creek
Faiv Creek    .
Farleigh lake .
Fifteen-mile ci-cek
Fisherman creek
Fisherman ���creek, West Branch
Five-mile creek
Fons Porcnius spring
Fourth July creek
Fourth July creek, Viiinanied tributary of
l-'raser creek
Flafct creek
Franklin Creek
Fish lake
French creek
Farrel creek
Gciiild'crcok
Goat creek
Little Goat crock
Gold Creek
Gold Hill crcok
Green lake
Gibbs creek
Gloucester creek
Gilpin creek
Graveyard creek
Glover creek
Granite creek
Grogoirc creek
Gold Drop creek
Harrison creek
Haussoner creek
Hardy Creel-
Horse creek
Haynes creek
Hester creek
Hamilton creek
Hell creek
.  Henry creek
Henderson Sawmill creek
Ilcwlitt creek
Moi-ncb creek
Hughes creek
Hunter creek
Iltilmo creek
Hydraulic crock
Ingram creek
Ingram creek, East Fork ���
Inciimcep creek
Irrigation crock
Italy creek
tnglani creek
Iron creek
.losluia crock
.lames creek
Jolly .lack creek
Jim creek
Keognn creek
Kepler creek
Keremeos creek
Keremeos creek, .South Fork
Koremoos creek. West Fork
Kilpnnlu lake
lvuslas-1-Ccin-sI-ii.-sl-eii creek
Kelly crock
Kettle river
Kettle river. North Fork
Keltic river, Fast ilrauch of North Fork
Kettle river. West Branch of North Fork
Kettle river. West, l-'ork
Kettle river. Fast Fork of West Fork
Kingston creek
I'nappen creek
ICenrns creel*
Lime Kiln creek
Mini creek
Little Volcanic creek
Lost Horse creek
Lime creek
Line creek'
Lynch crock
Loon lake
Lome lake
Long .Joe cn.'ck
Long lake
Lost creek
Little creek
Little Ciiii-f creek
Miu-niiiu. I'i'cck
Aliinuel creek
Marks cn-ek
Marron creek
Marron lake
Alay crock
Meadow crock
Milligan ci-eiik
Mollie. I'ritcl.ard creek
Moody crook
Mother Lode crock
'.Murphy crcok
."Myers crook      .,    ,
Myers creek, tributary of
Meyers ereol:
Maloan creek
McCruig creek
McCain-en 'creek
McConnell crook
��� j\ lenity re creek
Mill crook
Mulligan creek
Maida creek
Murray creek    ,
Murray Gulch
McRac cr
Miinroc cr
McUuddy cr
M ion or. -
Mohr cr.
Milder.
McFiirlanc cr
Nogicr. ���'���
Nine-mile cr
Nicholson cr.
Napoleon cr
N'lCain-ri-no cr
N'lvnm-a-lu-iiat-no cr
N'lCiun-eop river
Norwegian cr	
Nameless cr.
Okanagan river
Oliillacr.
Oro-Kino cr.
Onielletto cr.
Old Tomer
Osoyoos lake
Overton cr
Ontario cr "
Park Rill
���Puss cr
Pass Creek, South Fork
Portei creek
Priither crock
PiU-l'or.creelc
Pniirie'crcek
-'ork
Path Under creek
��� Prior creek
' Providence crock
.   Quillello creek
r Quart'', creek
Hat lake
Heed creek
..j-. Rice creek
Kiddle crock
Kock crock
Hook creek, south foil
V ��� Round lake
'. Kuby crook
Ruckle creek .
������-���Richter creek
Rocky cscek
;- Rattler crock'
Sand Bank creek
St. Anne creek
Sand creek
Sandner crock
Savage crock
Sawmill crock
Sawmill lake
Sheen creek
;   Sheep crcok, AYest
Schwartz creek
Second creel-
Schillings creek
'.',. Schuinakor creek
:   Shuttleworth creek
Shuttloworth creek, Lake at head of
Stray Horse creek
Smuggler spring
Similknmeen river
Similktuiioon river, South Fork
:.-   Six-mile creek
Sixteun-milo crock
Sl-en-Kaiu-Skc:Noo-Ske-Tan 'crcok
Skibbington creek
Slate creek    ,
Smith creek
Stray Horse lake
Sultan crock
Sunset crock-
Susap creek
_���- Susap creek, North Fork
. Sutherland creek
Spring Gulch ,   , .
Spring creek
Silloiter lake
Stirling crcok
Strawberry .crock
Splifc; crock
Summit lake
Summit crook
Snowball creek
Stashlii-Valentka creek
Stewart crcok
Sno\vshoe creek
Snohiimptioii creek
Stevenson creek
ScotMcKac creek
Snit-Hse-tse-pas-Kan creek
Snit-Lo-iYate-Tiin creek
Seinplo crook
Sixteen-mile crcek
Stiiart creek
Taylor creek
Taylor lake   ���-
Tcstiiliiula "creek
Texas Creek
Three Spring creek
Tinhorn crook j
Togo creek
Tom creek
Tom Tic crook
Trout creek
Twenty-mile creek
Tweiity-two-mile crook ���������������. ������;.'.
Twchty-two-inilo crock, cast fork
Twin creek
Twin crook, East Fork of
Twin creek lakes
Twin creek, creek running into
Tea river
Troy crock
Trapper creek : ��� ���
Trail creek
Ten-mile creek
Thirt.y-two-mile. creek
Twilight creek
Tug-iii-iiuib Lake        '
Upper Clour lake
Upper Keremeos cr.
Victoria cr.
Volcanic cr.
Vaseaux lake
Verde cr.
AV'allaco Cr.
AVa.llace.lake ���������...
AVa'rd lake
AVhitesCr. ���
Wild West cr.
AVilliamson cr. ' ' ������ i
\\rilson cr. ' '"-
AViscnmn cr.  "'"
AYood worth lake
A Vol for.
Wolf lake
AVhitelake
AVhito Lake or.
Wilkinson cr.
Waddel cr.
AVolvoi-ino cr.
'Williams cr
Wartiiian lake
Wood cr
West Fork lake
A'cllow lake
Yellow cr.
KEEB YOUR EYES QN:
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WATCH IT GROW
,"Si 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  .
��,-ji:
THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.,
mi       F. H. French, Secretary and Manager - HEDLEY, B.C.
spring
un.va.mi:*) sim:ini;.s and stkim.ms
Lake situate one mile north  of' I-'
A\"agon Road, about nine miles from TC<
Lake on south line of Sub-lot, 7, Lot :
Spring on Lot M7 (S)
urvio-.v
���roil i cos
1710
Mineral
Small    cr.  on   the    "Florcm
Claim
Cr. on Sub-lot Hi of Lot i!iII3
Smivll cr. about fourteen miles wc-t. of
I'entlctoii
Spring thi-ec-tiuartors of a milo north-west
of south boundary of Lot MS, Group!, Township 72
.Small unnamed lake on Lot IIT.'J i.---)
Spring on Lot lit'to
Smaller, running from west over southwest portion "Stem Winder''Mineral Claim i_
Spring on "Smuggler" Mineral Claim
Small unnamed cr. one mile ami a half
south of Tinhorn cr.
Small unnamed cr. about, one mile and a
half north from Golden Goto Hotel. Fairview
Spring   ri.-ing   on   the   "l-'m-eh.-t"   liiiuern'.
Claim
Spring- on Lot 'Jl-Vi
I'liiiiuni.'il spring rising on Lot, l-!)7 iS)
(imiiimed siiring llowing through Lot- !7.''S
Small Stream on Hie Fairview Townsite
Spring on Pre-emption Record ���_'.")17
Small  stream  near-outli end of  Pi-c-ciiip-
l.ion IJecord -J!) 11
Small cr.  on north-eust  corner of Lot,  "ai.
Spring on Section.-!]. Township III
Spring near west, bouudary of Pre-emption
Record I _'.""��<.S)
Spring near north-cast; cornel- of Lot, IS':!,
Group 1
Spring on Lot I.V" (S)
Small! stream on "Blue Diamond" M.iiicral
Claim
Scream coming down mountain in front of
La we Homestead.
Spring rising in N. W. 1 Section-JI, Township -JS.
Small stream on north-west portion of Lot
.'d,'5
Spring on "Little Frank" Mineral Claim.
Stream llowing through "No. 3" Mineral
Claim
Undc'i-
Claim
Spring cr.  about, the centre  of the''Grey
Kagio" Mineral Claim
Small spring on Lot **.Vtl
Small lumanied creek rising on Pre-cmji-
tion .Record llil'l
Spring rising on Pre-emption Record 7'i (S)
'Small spring on wagon road between Boun-
ary Falls and second.bridge below Anaconda
Small spring situated on Lot .il.-". Township
07
Small lake on Pre-emption Record -2MS (Si
Small stream  mid  spring situate  on Lot
iS)
Small unnamed creek on theN. K. \ Section
28. Township 17.
Spring on Lot 177
Spring on Loc -ilil.- Section 3'{. Township r,\
Spring ne.u- easterly end of "Xow Yorh"
Mineral Claim
Small i-i-eek rnniing into .Myers Flat and
rising on Oro Fino Mountain
Stream rising, on "Barnes & Ironsides-'
Mineral Claim, in Greenwood Camp ;-   ���
Stream rising on "Apex," M inera'l Claim
Three smal Hakes situated on cast side-'of
of Olianiigan .Luke and twelve miles below
Mission Crcok
Spring on "Comet" Mineral Claim
Unnamed stream running alongside road,
iliac borders Lot flOO
Spring and unnamed creek on Lot 191. j
Group 1
Spring or creek on Lots iSMl and -iSO. Township 89   -.    ,-���.:-
Smallcreek riiniiingsouth:easbfrom "M^aplc
Leaf" jVIiirip...-..:....        ..: ...
. Small ; spring-   on "St.  Maurice"  Mineral
Claim ..:-,
Unnamed stream runiiiiig bhrbugh "Miss-,
ing Link No-. 2-'Miiieral Claim , .
Sja-ings on Lots 3'I7 iiii(l.371 (Si  ���....'
Unnamed spring on PrcTeinption Record (j-JS
.   Small : .sbroaiii half a   mile south-west, of
soiith-rwest cornet- of Lob XYil
Spring about iti chains north of Lot'3205.
Group I
Spring situate near centre of theN. W. 1
Section 13, Township 2S
Spring neav. south line of Lob 907 '
Unnamed spi-iiig- on or near Pre-emption
Record 1037
Small spring or stream on Lot'119
Spring on Pro-emotion Record 17"/M:
Unnamed small scream flowing from s
on Lot "ISO
Spring on Lot 171
Spring situated about the centre of north
line-of Lot WiS (S)
Small lake near .south-east, corner of Preemption (17 (S)
Small creek on Pre-emption Record 29S(''
Small lake situated on I'le-eiupbion Record
2773     :
Small unnamed lake or
line' of Lob 300, Osoyoos
Unnamed slough neat- Lots 191 and i9o.
Group 1. Osoyoos
Spring on Lob 331
Spring on Lob I3oi) c
Springs near north-cast corner of Lot 305
Springs on Lot 2391
',  Spring near centre of Lot 3S0
Stream running out of Loon Lake-
Spring on Lob 3009, Group, 1 Osoyoos
Small creek flowing into Kettle River, live
miles south of Grand borhs
Small stream about six miles and a half
south of Kholb ���      ���
Creek or springs on Lot 191
Stream on Colvillc Reservation
Spring on Unserve
Spring into Norwegian Creek
Creek on Lot DOS
Stream running through Sub-lot, 3203 of Lob
2710
and all unnamed springs, streams, creeks,
ponds, gulches, and lakes tributary to or in the
vicinity of tho above-named streains.
Take notice that each and every person,
partnership, company, or utimicipality-who, on
the said 12th day of March, IflOi). had water
rights on any of the above mentioned creeks, is
directed to forward on or before the 19th day
of April, 1912. to tin; Chief AViiterComiiiis'sioiicr
ab the Parliament Buildings at Victoria, a
memorandum of claim in writing as required
by section 28 of the said Actus amended. Printed farms for such memorandum (Form No. 19)
can bo obtained from any of the Water Commissioners in the Province:
And take notice that the said Board of Investigation intends to proceed lo tabulate such
claims on or about tlie 31st day of May. 1912
After the claims have been  tabulated by
! the   Board, notice will   he given  of tho  places
and (lays on which evidence and argument will
be held at. local points.
Dated at Victoria tin's -JStli dav of Fcbruary
1912 10-1
.1. F. AKMSTUONG.
Chairman
I Mooney-'s Biscuits I
slough near cast
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We have just received -i consignment of these well- knoAvn Imscuit.s
and recommend them as the nicest
lot of biscuits ever received in Hedley. Webavfi. tliehi-ih bulk and in
packages of all sizes.
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WATER NOTICE
For a Licence to  Ti
ike and   Use  Water
Synopsis of Coal Mining- Regulations! N^^l'^LffiNtt^r.a'cV^i
s*,r,<-r       ���   ��� ...       ..   .,       ,,      .   . ��� apply torn licence to take iuiiI use 2.50cubic feet
(J'JAL mining ngnts o, ihe lloiiumon, in | per second of water out of the Similkameen
.7 ,.-,V"lllV,V:'- Su-ikritclifwiui and Alberta. ! river which Hows in a soiilh-i-a-tcrly direction
the Yukon Icrntory. the North-west, 'I mri- ; through B. C. and empties into okanagan river
tones and m a portion of tin; Province of Hri- ; near Oroville, Wash. The wafer will be divert-
tisii Columbia, may be leased lor a term of i cd li'-ar S. W. corner of Lo|-!il7.Sand will be used
twenty-one years at an annual rental of SI an i for Power purposes on the land described as
acre. Not. more than '.'..^lacre- will be leased ! near the mouth of Twenty-mile creel;.
to one applicant. ,    .,
PflLflGfc
biveru, Feed & Sals Stables
HKDLKY   15. C
"1 A p-ood stock nf Morses uiul Rijrs on
Hniul.    If Oriltu-s for Teaming
prcunplly nttt-iuleil to.
Office of Dominion Express Gompamj.
\V O O D    F O K    S A L E !
Applii-nrion foi'a lease must In; made by the j
applicant, in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent. I
of tin? di-trie; in which tho rights applied foi- '
aro situated.
In surveyed  territory the. land   mist be described  by sections, or legal sub-divisions  of i
sections, and in utiMu-veyod territory the tract :
applied for shall be staked our by ilic.-uipliraut
himself. ' ,
Knell 1:ppiic.-itioii mil-: be ii'-companied by a
fee of S.'i which will bo refimdod if the rights ���
applied fur are not available, but nototlier- i
wise. A royally shall be paid on tho merchant- '
able output of the mine at the rate of live cents '
per(on " j
The person operating tin; mine shall furnish ���
I the.Agent, with s worn returns accounting fori
I tin; full eiua.itity of merchantable coal mined I
j and n,-.y the royalty thereon. If the coal min-j
ing righl s are not, being opera ted. such n. turns |
I should bo furnished at least once a year.
This notice was posted en tiie mound on the
291 h day of March. 11)12. The application will
bellied in t ho mllce of the Water I'ccordiT at
F.-iirview.
Ghjeclioiis 111.1 \  be   lllt-d with tile.said AVatcr
I'eeordci'   or   with   ihe    Controller   of   Wiitcr
1'iglits. I'arliami-iil U'lihlings. Yictoria. B.C.
Tin: .\siia\vota.Po\vi.:i! Co. Ltd.
T. 1). Pickard.
KM
agent.
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Phon.    II
FMN15   BrTOS.l'ropnetois
Eo E. Burr
General   Blacksmith
Hedley, B. C.
Horse-shoeing and all
Blacksmith Work
Promptly attended to.
Pipe-fitting done.
The lease wiil include the i.oal mining rights ���
only. bur. the lessee may bo permitted to pur- |
chase whatever available surface rights may I
be considered necessary for the working of the j
mine at Ihe rate nf !?I0.'NI an acre.
For fall   information  application should be ;
made to the Secretary of the   Department  of,
the  Inferior.  Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub- ,
Agent of Dominion Lands. !
W. W. COIIW
Deputy Minister of the Interior, i
N.il.  I'liaiithorixed publication of this adver- |
i'.isement %-,-i 11 nob lie paid for. IMIm
TRY THE
Hedley   GazetteT'SrlSv
*   �����^ ^^ ! aihli-fsscd to
TO CANADIAN ARCHITECTS
Competition   fi,,- New   l.'iiivci-sity Buildings to
be Fre'-ted .-if. Point Cirey, near Van
eiin\ er. British Columbia.
The Uovcrinucni of British Coliunbin invite
('(uupetitivi." Plans for the general scheme and
design for the proposed new I'niversity, together with more detailed Plans for the buildings
to lie erected lifst at an estimated cost of
SL.'iDO.OlJU.
Prizes of -Mo.Oiio will be given for the most
successful Designs submitted.
Particulars of the competition and plan of
site may be obtained on request from the
undersigned.
to  be sent   in by  .luly Hist. 1912
FOR
Fine
'inting
Tut: AI inisti'i- in-' Kt-.L'c.vi'to.v.
I'arlianient Builcings,
Victoria, British Columbia THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. APRIL 11, 1912.  K* FT  JL ^^. Bin .���������������������������nil/  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������Famed for Fruit Growing  Towa\ and Lower Valley*  I\li-,s. Hichtei-i-etui-nod I'roni Oroville  .S.-ituriliiv Inst. , , '      '      '  Mi: Frith is- busy getting his tennis  eiuirt in shape. ,  We do notice, but somotiiiu-s human  beings forget. ,  Mrs. E. M. Daly paid a visit to Medley Monday last.  Joliu Knowkvs i.s going to Vancou-  .   vcr Island foi a trip.  .), T). Brass,, of Hedley, was., in town  Monday and Tuesday.',  .lack Young ha.? Iiecn nursing a sore  foot for the past, few day.  Mrs. Thain, ol: .Medley, is visiting  Mrs Miax Ewait at,the Centre.  Ben Nickle passed tlnough Wednesday on his way to Princeton.  Miss Bessie .Richter went to Oroville  last Saturday to spend a few days.  Mrs. Hichtei-is having the land on  the noith side of the ditch cleared up.  G. S. Tickle, wife and children took  a run down to Oroville Saturday last.  H. Vernier is the new section foreman on the section west in place of C.  Ciffelli.     ''''������������������' ^  The crab apple trees aro out in bloom  on Sunday last by way of celebrating  Easter Sunday.  Mrs. Charlie -Louden after spending  a week at her old home at Looinis re-  ' turned on Saturday.  Sad news reached Mr. Moody, Saturday week of the death of his father.  Dr. Moody, of Crewe, England.  D.,T. Taylor, of Winnipeg, one of the  syndicate, who bought out the Lowe  Estate is looking over the valley.  Mis. Frank RiehLer met with a painful accident caused by her having the  misfortune to fall through a flume.  At Nanaimo. on Sunday, March 31st  to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Manery, a  daughter. Latest reports both doing  well.  Miss Catlin and Master Brook after  spending a pleasant time, as the guests  of Mrs. J. A. Brown left for Princeton  Saturday.  A McCulloch, of Penticton, chief  engineer of the Kettle Valley Railway  passed through Tuesday on his way  to Spokane.  Geo. Louden is busy getting the  Cohen ranch in shape for the coining  season's work. Godfrey Reynolds is  in charge.  People of. Keremeos. will ho glad to  learn that the Canadian Bank of Commerce have decided to re-open the  Kereiiieos branch ..with a daily service  on and alitor, the loth inst. with R. 11.  Carmieluiol in charce temporarily.'  .lack Biilchard, of Olalla. left for  the .old country last Thursday, to  spend a few pleasant months. Jack  has not been home for fifteen years,  so expects to find things a little different when he gets back to tlie old home  town.   -  .Mrs. Kirby left last Thursday for  Banff Hot Springs. Mrs. Kit-by has,  had a long.siege of sickness with sciatica , and it is hoped the healing  waters of Ban If will be beneficial to  her. Mrs. Kirby who went out alone,  is to meet her husband at Banff.  In last week's items, when mentioning .Toe Armstrong's recovery from a  badly fractured limb, the name of Dr.  Nell' who attended him was omitted.  .Toe was in town again Monday and is  high in tlie praise of Dr. Nell', of Spokane, whom .Toe believes is the one to  whom much credit is due.  L. W. Shatford, M. P. P. accompanied by H. A. Turner, road supervisor, motored, in from Fairview. Friday. Our member-is taking advantage  of the time before the House sits to  meet his many friends in tlie district  who arc pleased to see him as often as  lie is able to be in the district.  On Sunday 13th' inst. the Rev. .1. A.  Cleland. of Penticton, will hold services as follows: morning service in  school house at 11 o'clock a. m. Evening service will he held at the church  at 7;3d p.m. Special Easter music will  he. rendered with the assistance kindly  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  A. F. KIRBY,  Proprietress.  Kcromeos-Pciiticton Mail Stage.  [������������������.SPRAY I  The auto stage leaves Keremeos for  Penticton, Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturday at 5 p.m. ������  Singlefare $7.50, Return $1-I.00  Phone 14, Penticton  W. E. AVelby  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  REAL ESTATE. MTNE-S  Agentfor:    ,    . ���������  "^  London &��������� Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident'and Guarantee Co.  Keremeos. B. C.'���������  C.  JE.  SHAW  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office of J. A. Brown  KEREMEOS -  'B.C.  Water Rights .'in the Railway Belt  YALE WATER DISTRICT  Do not neglect to spray your trees with  Pendray's Lime Sulphur Solution  Pendray's is endorsed by all the leading fruit men  of the province.  We are sole agents for Keremeos and can sell it by  ��������� .'' O ...���������'..���������; *'  the barrel or gallon.  We  carry a full line of Garden and  Meld Seeds.  Five Roses Flour always in stock  F.   RICHTER ESTATE  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������  FIGUREOUT  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  E. Bullock-Webster, of Penticton,  drove over in his new car last Thursday and spent a few enjoyable hours  at the Centre.  A. Butler, accountant of the Bank  of Montreal, Summer-land, was in  town Saturday, making the return  trip to Princeton the same day.  Mr. Sauve left last week for Vernon  where he litis secured a. position with  AY. R. Megaw Co. VVe wish Ferniin  the very best of luck in his new job.  (muster Ciffelli and Tony Bonachi  are now working their claims four  miles west of here. They have named  the claims  the Margaret and A7ictoria.  Suininerland College baseball team,  c-iine. in by two specials Saturday and  proceeded to Oroville where they  played against that town. They were  defeated by a score of -I to 5.  Spiing is here good mill plenty,  straw hats and white dresses in evidence everywhere. Lawn tennis started and it won't, Ik; long before the  beneficial waters of the Similkameen  will bo used.  Kereiiieos Centre is out with the  posters for the 24th of May celebration  'With the combination of Keremeos  and other towns they hope to make it  the best celebration ever held in the  district previously.  AVith regard to the changing of the  Government Telephone Line, so that  it will run along the main highway  between hero and Penticton, a letter  was received from our member, Hon.  Martin Burrell, stating that he forwarded the petition and letter to the  Minister of Public AVorks asking him  to give it full consideration.  One. hundred and twenty-four  Methodist congregations in Ontario  have completed their vote and the  official count shows 21,114 for union,  and 2000 against. Thus SO per cent, of  the total vote, is in favor of union. The  vote received the hist day or two  shows that many of tin  boards  voted unanimously for union  Xrotiee is"hereby given  that any person, part?  -^    nership, company, or muhicipality having  any claim to Water Rights in tho Kail way belt  offered by the members  of the Metho-   may tile with the Chief Water Commissioner  ,.       .    .' at the Parliament I'uildings, Victoria, a statc-  tlist choir. ment of claim to water privileges on a printed  . , .    ,. ,.,      ,       ,���������,    form (Xo 31)),  which can  be obtained I'roni the  A regular  old   time   settlers outfit  ~ ~         .  came into town Saturday, all the way  from California. The boss and his  daughter perched up on a double  decked wagon which was loaded down  with effects���������chickens, ducks, hay  forks and everything else in tlie farming line. Behind the wagon came tlie  lady of the house with team and  buggy also loaded'with a few trinkets.  The faster they come the better we  like it.  Tom Daly* is making good in the  preliminary games with the Portland  Colts. Tom has surprised them with  his wonderful fast delivery. On his  first trial against old batsmen he put  the hall over the plate each time  against the first three up. That was  just a starter to limber up. Tom has  to go against some first class men on  the pitching staff of the Colts to hold  his job but we know he is made of the  right stuff and will make good.  METEOROLOGICAL  Temp  erature  registered at Meteoro-  gical   Station,  Kei-eineos,   for  week  ending,  April 7th, 1912.  Maximum         Minimum  Apr   1  GO  42  2  07  35.5  ������>  *>  ,  .  59  44.5  4  58  39  5  53  33  0  59  37  7  01  42.5  Rainfall for tlu  week       0.1 Kline  lies  WATER NOTICE  For a Licence to Take and  Use Water  VTotice is herobv given thnt The Ashawota  i;n Power Co. Ltd.. ol' Vancouver, 11. C, will  apply I'"- a licence to lake and use ;Vl cubic foot  per second of water out of Asluiola river, which  Hows in an easterly direction through the Sl-  inilkiuiiccn district and empties into the Similkameen river ahout S miles from Keremeos.  The water will be diverted at the second enliven 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!lth day of March, llilii. The application will  he tiled in the office of the Water Recorder at  Fairview.  Objections may be filed with the said Water  Itccordor   or   with    the   Controller  of   Water  Rights, Parliament I'uildings, Victoria, Ii. C.  Tilt: ashawota I'owiii: Co. Ltd.  i:i-l T. I). Pickard. agent  R.  Methodists j ���������*-*���������  H. ROGERS,  M.A., I3.0.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLTC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  for  Job Printing  Water Commissioners at 'New Westminster,  Yale, Asheroft, Kamloops. Rovelstnke. 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 be published in the 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 Hallway Belt in the Yale Water district.  American cr. '  Anderson rivet-  Anderson cr  Boston Bar or  Black canon  Beaver lake  Butter cr  Boothroyds Flat  Coquihulla river  Curry cr  ChilliwhaeK river  Chilliwhack lake  China Bar cr  Cisco cr  Dewdnoy or  Emory Bar cr  Kngle cr  Emory cr  Four-mile cr  Five-uiilc cr  Frasor river  Fort Dallas cr  Gordon cr  Garnet cr  Goose laKo  Harrison laice  Hunter or  Hanan cr  Isobelle cr  Jones laice  July cr  Jacicass Mountain cr  Kelly cr  Kanaica lai'o  Kanaica Bar cr  Lytton cr  Lauder cr  Mineral laice  Murray laice  Muddy cr  Murderers Bar cr  Xahie cr  N'oliomcen cr  Nahathitch hucc  Xnhutlutch river  Niger cr  Nicoliun river  Ncsiupiaek cr  N'iicaia cr  Pierre creek  I'uoieek cr  Rubyer  Rodick cr  Railroad cr  Rivercr  Rocky gulch  Stryen cr  Salmon river  Spii'/./um cr-  Ha wiuill cr  Silver cr  Skiippa cr  Si wash cr  Siwash creek, North Fork  Siwash creek. South Fork  Slcssc cr  Sainallow river  Sicngit river  Sellkain cr  Seven-mile cr  Spring cr  Sucker cr  Siirrcll Sin-iiigs  Siska cr  Skuzzy river  Tamiliy cr  Tulanieon river  Tulameen river. West Fork  Tulameen river. South Fork  Texas cr  Trafalgar Barer  Cz-vi-hoos river  Unknown cr  Walcach cr  Yale cr  .Stream rising two miles west of Kecfcrs  Small Stream at Spnzziim  Stream through station yard. North Rend  Stream ab Camp Hi. N. W. \, Sec. Ill, Tp il  Stream through S.K. 1, -Sec. ������). Tp l'������, it. -'(i.  Stream  half a mile west of CIVIL station  at, Yale  Stream west of C.  P.  R. coal-bunkers at  North Rend  .Sjirings in Tp. II. R. '27, on east side <jf Cariboo road.  Statements of claims may also be  Can you do .'-.better..'.with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some srjecula-  tive scheme, more or less hazardous, than by in  vesting them  at home in  something  that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  REyVtETVlBER  We  offer no  land but  what has  the  ready on it  water al-  Fruit Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  ���������  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Have still on hand for-spring planting  AVACiENlSK. NORTHKItN  Sl'Y AVEALTHY JONATHAN'  McIntosh Rkd AArixESAi' Snows Grayenstix  King David Rome Beaumy Red Cheekkd Pippin  Plums, Pkabs and Peachks  Established in 1900 125 ACRES  X  I  Plumbing' and Heating, Sheet  i  X  X  X  x  x  X  x  x  X  X  X  x  X  X  X  Metal Work Tinsmithing  Shop corner Angela Ave. and Bridge  St.,  in 'Murdoch's blacksmith shop.'  Work guaranteed.   Consult us about your work  DIGNAN & ATKIN  Practical Wohicmex Proi-rietuun  PRINCETON, B. C.  . 3  x-  X  I  I  X  %  i5  X  X  st  ;  i  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GAZELTE  MORTGAGE SALE  11  J. A. BROWN !  Notary Public  mXVKVAM'INti, t't-STOMS HKOKKHAliE, L.^.,,,,.,       , ,                      ...                            ,   ��������� n  I TNDKR anil bv virtue of the powers contain- J  KIRK INSURANCE                         !*-���������        cd ill a certain   mortgage which   will be I  I...    .i j    ...  , i. ..    .- -.a   ,...i..-*t ..Mil .-_ '���������  OFFICII  KI^Rl^MEOS.  produced at the  time of sale-there  will he uf-  tj /1   1 fered for sale by public auction at  __2 i THE TOWN HALL  j in the  Town of Keremeos, B. C. on  f  SILKS  Large Assortim-nt of (.-hoiee Silk Dress j Saturday,   April   20th,    IQI2  Goods, Silk handkorcluels etc. j j i       sr i      ?  t prices  ING, Keremeos  for sale at right  ToriMY sir  il'ternooii. the  NOTICE  water in any unnamed spring, stream. crooK,  pond, gulch, lake, or other source of witer supply, in the vicinity of any of the said creeks, etc  Dated 1'cbruar;,- 11th, 1912  W. It. BOSS  I:.'-.'- Minister of Lauds  ADVERTISE   IN   THE   GAZETTE  yiMIhlCAilKKX LAND DISTUICT  IlISTKICT OK   Y.U.K  TAKK   XOTK.'IC   that  I.   Kdwnril   Asipiith I  I    -       Ilargreavcs.  of Kereiiieos.  .15. (.'. occupa- |  lied  to ! tion Kancher. intends to apply for permission I  at the hour ol' two o'clock in the  following property:  Lot ii. iilook 70, in the Keremeos townsite according to mil]) numbered .'100, Keremeos town-  site.  For termsnml conditions of sale apply to .I.A.  Drown, agent for mortgagee,  Dated at Keremeos this HOth day of March. tOlii  to purchase the  following described  lands.  Commencing aba Dost planted al the S. F���������  corner of Lot'-lis. Mrs. Wagstalf's V. K., thence  cast 1(1 chains, thence north HO chains, thence  west III elm ins. thence south SO chains to point  of commencement, containing SO acres more  or less  KDWAKD ASQl'lTII HAKCItrOA YKS  March 1st, llllvf 1Mb  SING LEE  Ltiimdry, Contracting' of till!  | kinds, Ditch digging', Wood  I Sawing, Clearing land, Cook-  i ing and all kinds of Chinese-  ''     Ltibor.  (    Keremeos, B.C.

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