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The Hedley Gazette Apr 12, 1917

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 A.lll,     !*   ,J.-    ������   '���������������X- -*  Hum i m  IHPP  r,i   <  Librarian  'Lagfislatirs Assembly   mar 16  ir T o T O 1? H  s  Volume .XIIE      Number 12.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, APKIL 12.  1017.  $2.00, In Advance  JflS. 6U.RKE  -,.     \Ayeitohrriol������.e>r"  Clocks and WatGhes for Sale.  Travel by Auto...  Call up Phone No. 12  11 A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    II Orders for Teaming  .       promptly attended to.  A      .WOOD   FOR   SALE!  PALA6E  Livery, Feed k Sale Stables  Phone 12  HKDLEY   13. C.  D. J.   INNIS  Proprietor  N. Thomps n 1'iio.vB srcvMOun 50W  MOB. WESfKRN CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices and Warehouse, 847-03 Boatty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  R, )P. BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  TKL. No. 27  PENTICTON,  P. O. Dkawkr 160 '  -      -       B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL  ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR,  Star Building       -       Princeton  WALTER  CLAYTON C.   E.   HASKINR  GLAYTON k flflSKINS  .- ^-.-^^-i-JDRrristcrsv-Solicitors,- Etc." - "���������  MONEY TO  LOAN     ~  PENTICTON,        -        B. C.  DR. J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST.  OFFICE IN COVERT BLOCK.  Oroville, Wash,  afettfefeferafefefefettttfeMfeMttWaietftoav  S  v  x  5  Grand Union  Hotel  HEDLEY,  British Columbia  19  X  X  'X  :X  X  ���������s  X  X  X  X  3  X  ���������ft  X  X  X  ������  ������  X  X  X  I  Rates���������-$1.-50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor.  All kinds of fresh and  eared meats always on  hand. Fresh Fish on  sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMOND, Prop.  miMWiiMMmium  =������  CHEAT  NORTHERN  HOTEL  HEPLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  Plr.it Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor!  (   KEREMEOS ITEMS.   |  Eastei'' holidays passed very  cniietly liere.  Mr. D. J. Innis motored to  'Princeton on Tuesday with passengers.  Messrs. F. London and Gad-  bury of Loomis were in town  on Monday for the dance.  Miss Sewell, teacher at Simil:  kameen, spent the holidays with  her mother in Vancouver.  t > i  ���������Mr'. Schisler of Princeton,  game, warden', was in town for  a couple of days last week.  Mr. Taylor of Cawston was  a visitor to Princeton last week  where he ihet his daughter.  . Mrs. J. W. Armstrong entertained on Good Friday at a  high tea in honor of Miss Ring.  Mr., and Mrs. Major and Mr.  and Mrs. Powell of Oroville attended the dance here on Monday night.  Mr. lJ ones, traveler for Kelly-  Douglas, Vancouver, was in  town on Tuesday "on business  foi; his firm.  Messrs. Macey and Howe of  Copper mountain attended the  dance at Keremeos Center on  Monday night.  Mr. and Mjrs. D. J. Innis motored to Penticton oh Sunday  with Mrs. Kirby and daughter  and Mr. Fisher.  Mr. and, Mrs. Chamberlain of  Similkameen visited between  trains on Friday," guests of Mr.  and Mrs. G. B. Clarke.  Mrs. D. J. Innis, after spending .a ��������� week with her mother,  Mrs. L. A Clarke of Green  .mountain, returned home -on.  Monday.  Miss Helen Taylor of Cawston, who is attending school in  Vancouver, spent the holidays  with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  D. J. Taylor.  The men who joined the  Forestry battalion left on Friday and Monday for Kamloops,  where they will have their final  examination.  Mrs. J. G. Keeler and Miss  Frances Gibson spent the holidays at Midway, visiting with'  Mrs. Vader who Was formerly  a Keremeosite.  Hubert Frith of Princeton  spent the holidays visiting; with  his school mates and friends.  ���������While here he was the guest of  Mr. and Mrs. Stanton.  The Scouts started out on  Monday morning for a hike up  over the hills and across tho  river, returning at 6 p. m. very  tired, but reported having a  splendid day's outing.  : The Easter service conducted  by Rev.' F. Stanton, was vary  well attended on Sunday morning. The church looked very  nice; being t decorated with  flowers, greens and flags.  Mr. Thomas Daly left on  Good Friday for Okanagan,  Wash., where he spent the holidays with his wife and daughter  who are visiting with Mrs.  Daly's parents for a month.  Mr. and Mrs. Wright of Cawston left last week for Vancouver, where Mrs. Wright was to  undergo an operation. Word  was received today that the  operation was a successful one  and the patient doing nicely.  Mr. Fisher of the Canadian  Bank of Commerce, Greenwood,  was a visitor .at the Keremeos  hotel over the weekend. His  many friends were glad to see  him back. Mr. Fisher was formerly teller aud made many  warm friends.  Mr. Hunter of Armstrong  was a business visitor in town  for a few days last week looking after the business intoiosts  of his son, Herbert, who was  killed some tirho ago in action  at   the   front.      Herbert   lived  The dance given by Miss Betty  Richter oh Easter Monday at  Keremeos Center was very well  attended., The hnll .was beautifully decorated1 in green 'and  yellow; The music was.splen-  did, as was also the supper.  About forty dollars was taken  in after paying'a few expenses.  The remainder will be sent to  the Belgian relief fund.. The  amount will be published later.  TOWN AND DISTRICT  CONCENTRATES  SLOCAN.  TheRambler-Cariboodeclared  a dividend of l'cent per share,  payable to stockholders of record April 14.   .'l  At the present time nearly  all the concentrators in the  Ainsworth and;Slocan mining  division's are closed , down on  account of shortage of water.  Indications at present are that  a relief from the unfortunate  condition may^ be expected  shortly. ' \  The first lead concentrates  produced by the;remodeled Slocan Star mill have been shipped  to the Trail smelter. The lot is  of 70 tons, and jias a value of  $150 a ton by estimate, or $10400.  In the process of concentration 150 tons' of:zinc were ac  cumulated. The, zinc has a,net  value of $25 to tlie ton by estimate, or $3750. Crude ore was  assembled at the same time.  The total value of the output,  including crude ore, is in excess  of $15,000 by estimate.  ATNSWORTH.  Supplies are being  rawhided  up .to the Cork-Province.  During the winter five men  have been steadiiy.-employed on  the Silver Gable mine on the  Upper Duncan river. Most of  the work done has been on the  outside. Things arc now in  shape to commence active development operations with a  larger crew.-  .The Kaslo concentration  Works as far as operation by  the Lucky Jim Zinc Mines, Ltd.,  is concerned, will close by the  end of the present week, and it  is not determined definitely  as yet whether the suspension  of milling activity will be permanent or temporary,  PRINCETON.  "The Canada Copper Corporation, Limited, has: taken over  all the assets, and lias assumed  all liabilities and other obligations of the B. C. Copper Company. The Canada Copper Corporation will continue the mining and smelting operations of  the B. C. Copper Co. in this  province.  ROSSLAND.  Practically all the men in the  Center Star, War Eagle and  Le Roi mines have been laid oil"  indefinitely. Only about eight  remain at the Center Star and  ten at tho Le Roi.  Mrs. Rankin and family left  Friday last for Yin ir. B. C.  E. Culver of Vancouver is  spending a few days in town.  Mr. and Mrs. Culhill of Peach-  land were visitors in town yesterday.  H. Inglis of White Lake was  in town' this week purchasing  supplies.  S. L. Smith of the Daly Re:  duction Co., - is spending the  week at the coast.  Miss Dill, .teacher ai the  Nickel Plate, is spending the  holidays in Victoria.  John Martin, who has been  under the weather for' some  time, is able to move around.  Miss Inkman of the local  teaching staff is spending the  week with friends in Princeton.  Mrs. A. W. Blancharcl of Man-  son, Wash., is visiting in town'  the guest of II. E. and Mrs.  Hanson.  John Lodge and Walter McDonald were in from their  claims at Camp Lodge for a  couple of days this week.  Miss Ruth Bowerman arrived  from Spokane last week to  spend the summer with her  parents, Mr..and Mrs. George  Bowerman.    .  eucharist, the pokerist or the  or^ the faroist, newspaper' life  is just one d���������d railway minion  and deadbe.it subscriber after  another.  Tho United States is at war  with the Central Powers. There,  are a number of healthy, unmarried young Americans in this  camp who may not have heard  of it. Heretofore our .young  men have protected them in  their jobs. Their country needs  them. There is such a thing as  overstaying a. welcome.  Pte. XV. Liddicoat returned to  Hedley last week, after a couple  of years on active.   He went to  the front with the Seventh battalion and  was  with that unit  until  wounded  last fall.    It is  needless .to say he  was, in tlie  "thick of it" with  the Fighting  Seventh,   one   of     the'    Canadian regiments ��������� that, has made  an emi")ire name for itself.    Pte.  Liddicoat was .wounded three  ���������  times.    The first two   oh   the  Ypres salient were not serious,  but the last one at the Somme  last September put him out of  business.    He,  with  a.number  of   others,    were    picking   up  wounded  between the German  and British trenches   when   a   "  Hun shell landed among them,  killing seven and wounding  The Board of Trade should  send a delegate to the mining,  conventien to be held at Nelson  in May, now that the Board has  awakened from its slumber of  years.  A committee of the Board of  Trade jvaitcd-__oii._r.esiden.ts not  members of the organization  this week, and it is expected a  large increase in membership  Avill result.  At the return whi^f drive  given by_ the L. O. L. io the  Ladies' Lodge, Mrs:.' A. B. S.  Stanley* won the ladies' prize  and. Mrs. L. S.'.'Morrison the  booby; H. E. Hanson captured  the gentlemen's prize and A. J:  King the booby.  Sunday evening the children's"  service   in   the   Union   church  was well  attended.    The boys  and girls furnished an excellent  concentrating  NICOLA.  The new  of tho Donohoe Minos Corpora  tien at Stunt]) Lake was put  into commission last month.  This plant has a capacity of  36 tons every 24 hours and has  been .erected in such a manner that other units may be  added to it from time to time  as the output of tho-mines  demand.  TRAIL.  The Consolidated company  has granted an increase of 25  cents a day to employees, but,  owing to shortage of coke, will  probably be compelled to reduce its force.  If it were not for the British  fleet New York would not be  worth a'plugged dollar.  program   of  vocal. aud   instrumental music,  recitations,  etc.  Those of our readers who'had  the   pleasure  of   his   acquaintance,   will  be  grieved to hear  of the death of Tommy Woodward at the  front.    He was on  tho staff of   the  Bank of Montreal and had  been  stationed in  several  of the  interior towns.  Tommy was a good clean sport  in   baseball    and    hocky,   and  never   had   cold   feet,   and   no  doubt he   played   the  game to  i the finish at the   front as lie did  ; in hockey, no matter how great  I the odds against him.  Owing to delay in ready prints  j arriving the paper is lain this  week. Whether the delay .will  plant De ono 0f days, weeks, months  or years cannot he foretold  when this item is being put into type.      "Old   Glory"  at   Ro  ll ere before eulistiiiyr.  Now, if ever, is the time for  boiled cabbage to break into  society.���������Chesaw Nows.  Germania's met hod-she dupes  to conquer.  gina has been asked to "trace;"  the vice-president, of the 0. 1'.  11. at Winnipeg has been asked  when he proposes to make de-  delivery: the agent at Princeton has been telephoned as to  the attitude of the K. V. R. in  reference to "fast freight," and  the G. N. crew say they will  transport goods at a speed of at  least 15 miles an hour when  they get their hands on the  aforesaid goods. Tho shipment  left Regina March 16 by "fast  freight," and will be speeding  right along until it reaches  Hedley. Wc doubt not Tho  O'Shaughnessy���������lately branded  Lord���������and his henchmen, will  yet bo the cause of the early  demiso of one much-harried  country publisher. In the language of some one, we don't  just remember whether it was  the psalmist, the psa.ltert.st, the  six  of the party.   Pte. Lidicoat has  been in hospital since  the time  of receiving .his  injuries until.  last month,   when lie' was discharged  as .unfit   for   service,  but thinks his  leg will be all  right in  a month.    He leaves  tomorrow   for. Esquimalt   for  treatment.    Saturday evening  a'public reception was tendered  Pte,    Liddicoat     in  tlie ���������' Star  theatre after the  show.    C. P.  Daltou, secretary of  Uie Patriotic Funds committee* was chair-  mail-:" 'Ttt\^i'iTdrc"oat;'iir'a"'bivief  speech told  some of his experiences  in  the war.    He paid a  high  tribute  to  Lieut.-Colonel  riart-MclIarg.    the   first   commander   of   the  Seventh,  who  was killed early in the war. He  hasn't any very great  love for  the Huns or a  high  opinion of  their fighting qualities;', .Cprpl.  Meher also spoke of experiences  at the front.    Possibly  his ref-,  erenccs to Sir Sam Hughes and  other Canadian   officers might  better  have  been  left   unsaid.  Corpl. Meher!s military training  and experience may  not  have  been such as  would justify his  criticism    of division,   brigade  and   regimental    commanders.  W.  A..  McLean  expressed   appreciation of the splendid work  of the C. E. F.  He also referred  feelingly to the possible   loss to  Hedley7at an early date through  the departure  of   mauy American citizens  who  would doubtless be leaving here to tight for  their country. During the evenr.  ing   the   Hedley   band' played  several selections.    ���������  Saved by British Navy.  We know -that the Entente  Navy was and is the one thing  that saves us today from any  possibility that Germany at  present may try to do what she  tried to bribe Japan and Mexico  into doing. Every instinct of  preservation, of national safety,  demands an alliance with the  Entente, if we are to be safe  from such dangers, hereafter,  and it is the logical course now.  if we are best to cope with  the submarine war on our shipping and our citizeus.���������Boston  Advertisers.  Worth Fighting For.  Great Britain, after requiring  her own manhood to join the  colors, wants no shirkers of  alien nationality on her soil.  This is a holy war. It will decide whether freedom is to persist or perish, and those who  say they have como to England  in pursuit of liberty must be.  ready to fight for it and her.���������  London Daily Mail.  A cometery in Missouri advertises that graves will always  be taken care of no matter  where you go.  i  ft I  M  I  if  ir, I  ti!  is I  lf\  1  Ill  $  lib*  if'  \'i  ;. If ���������  m ���������  i *1*  ii������:  if  I  m  ���������ii  ��������� m  lis. ' yy v* s^v^r^ffr^r***  ���������H*-T***T-l������>l%>������ri������*T������'iy'  THE      GAZETTE,      HEDLEY,      B.      C.  -ii  ���������'I*  :ll  ���������3  .'A  I  ;[|,  'IS  I*  -1-1  till'  I-  s*  "The Big Store"  General  Merchants  KEREMEOS, B. C.  The Nickel Plate  Barb6P_Sliop  SATISFACTORY, SANITARY  TONSORIAL SERVICE  Tli^s shop it equipped with  Baths anil air the latest  Electrical  Appliances.  W.T.BUTLER, - Prop.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year......,...........; ;...; ......S2.0Q  ",��������� (United States).............. .... 2.50  Advertising Rates  .-"Measurement. VI lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, $1.25 for one insertion. 2;> cents for  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch,  12 cents per lino for first insertion and S  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  $1.25; over 1 inch and up to 4 inches, ������1.00  per inch perinonth. To constant advertisers  taking: larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be giveii of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length,  of time.  Certificate of Improvements .������10.00  (Where more than one claim appears  in notice, $2.50 for each additional  claim.)  Jas. W. Grier. Publisher.  Hedley, B. 0.. April 12, 1917.  "He who doe3 me once, shame on him;  He who does me twice, shame on me."  The United States is in the  war with both feet and a punch  that will be effective.  Another great battle has boon  Toungt by the British at Arras  and about eleven thousand  prisoners taken. It is said to  be one of the gi*eatest of British victoi'ies.  The lone she-congress man.  was with President Wilson but  opposed to war. Now, then!  Can you beat, analyze or explain  that sorb of reasoning'? It is beyond bachelor comprehension.  We may expect in our next  legislature important questions  settled in this fashion atffemale  caucus : " Do you know. I think  Hon. Mr. Macdonald is wrong,  but hasn't he such lovely hair:  let us blame Brewster, he's bald."  "Oh no: blame Oliver: he has  such big hands, and he just got  right up on his hind legs and  talked and talked winen he  knew I wished to address the  legislature on the bachelor tax,  and I wore a. real dream of a  gown. The stridulating insect !'  was  in   great'disorder   for  lack   of  strong  hands   to regulate its all'airs.  and   in the year  802 ���������Novgorod 'invited   tlie Varangians   to  cast   in    their   lot  with ��������� the   distracted   republics  and   principalities.      Who   the  Varangians   were   is   a   matter  upon   which   historians are not  agreed.     The chief man among  them   was  'R11 rile,  and   he and  his    sons    became ��������� the   ruling  spirits in the land of their adoption.     The    Varangians   afterwards  became   known   as  the  Family  of  Princes,   and   from  them most of the aristocracy of  Russia, is descended.    But Novgorod and  the 'other- republics  did not surrender their popular  form of government. .;' They remained republics and, although  presided  over  by  a prince, -he  enjoyed    his    position'' not   by  hercditary... right, but by virtue  of election.   NoA-gorod  as a republic  ceased  to  exislf in 1478,  when   it, together   with  all the  other subdivisions of the 'country, except such as   were in .the  hands  of the Mongols, passed  under the sway   of   Ivan   the  Grea_fc>.-who- was   chief of the  Grand Principality  of Moscow.  He  was  the   unifier  of Russia:  he drove out the  Mongols; he  established   education,  encouraged  commerce  and  tlie   arts,  and by  marriage  extended .his  influence  far  beyond   the confines of  his  own   country.    He  claimed   to  be heir of both the  Eastern  and   Western   Roman  Empires,  and   to  signalize this  contention adopted  the double-  headed  eagle as  his  standard.  But Ivan III, undoubtedly the  greatest man of his time, which  was the  latter part- of the fifteenth  century  and the beginning of the sixteenth, was not  Czar, and he ruled  the principality of  Moscow  by virtue of  popular   election.    The   dispatches said that Grand Duke Michael   had    been    offered   the  crown,    and    had   accepted   it  subject to popular assent.   This  is not an innovation  but the revival of a  custom   that for centuries was the rale in Russian  lands.  The first czar  was  Ivan IV,  grandson  of  Ivan   the   Great,  Grand Prince of Moscow.    He  succeeded    his    father,   Vassili  Ivanovitch,  a ruler   who   consolidated the work of his predecessor and made it possible for  his  son  to  assume a new title,  that of czar,  which  in the Slavonic books was ascribed to the  rulers of Jude-a, Assyria, Egypt,  Babylon, Rome  and Constantinople.     It   was.  also   the   title  given in  Slavonic literature to  the rulers of the Mongols. Ivan  assumed it in 1547.    Shortly after investing himself, with this  title, he married Anastasia Ro  man off,   a   descendant   of   the  Varangian  family   of   princes,  and  from   this  family,  though  not through  Ivan,  tlie. ex-Czar  is descended.    Ivan was a man  of almost    unequaled   cruelty,  but he was a strong  administrator.      He   greatly   enlarged  the power of Russia and gained  for   his   country   a   degree   of  recognition   all     over    Europe  that it never lost.    In t.ho years  succeeding   his  death the country was in great   confusion ow-  tlic I exoj-ei.shijdf    its   traditional   ati-j  thority.���������The Colonist, Victoria.  MONTHLY REPORT  Medley Patriotic Fund Com-  vsditee  Tho Hedley ' Patriotic Funds  committee submit the following  reportcoveriiigcollectionsnia.de  for the mouth of Fob. If- yoiu:  name does not appear your  subscription has not been received during -the month. Tn  some cases subscriptions are  paid in advance and have previously been acknowledged. It  you are in arrears please hand  your .subscription to the Treasurer. Collections made as per  list, month of Fob., S9:*5.0:>. Of  this amount $15-1.05 was subscribed for the Hedley Enlisted  Men's Fund. The balance,  8780.-10, was subscribed for the  Canadian Patriotic Fund.  Following will show the  amounts remitted to the Canadian Patriotic Fund:   SI0028 95  1917       812  February, 1917....      780  BS^SBasasmsaiS!^^  AND  Remitted  January,  no  "i  ���������iU  c.  $11621 90  P. Dalton,  Sec.-Treas.  Wo   hereby  certify  tiiat   we  have examined   the  books and  accounts of the Hedley Patriotic  Funds  Committee and find the  ratement to be  correct.  TI. D. Bakxks  above  F. M. GrLi,rcsPiE/  -Auditors  I'AVtlOr.L   UEUt'CTIU'.\.S,  R. Anderson   li K Allen   A Arrroy ,................  A Appleton..'.   I, Bui-low   A. Benin   F. Rentley '   Leo Brown   L. Basso   P. Basso..-   J. R. Brown   E. Bern*   TCBtn-.-ui   G. A. Drown   K. Boyd   T  Bairil   G G Bovverinnil   li Bowt-i-liiiill   --KU. 1917.    - -i.r-o    -I. nil    1.25    3.75    1.25    1.00    3.50    3.50    -1.00    3.75  :.������*  a ri.siupright to be  Russia.  To those who have paid much  attention to the history of Russia, recent events do not come  as a [surprise. The custom has  been to regard the great Northern Empire as inert and nonprogressive; but in 116 part of  the world have there been  greater changes or have experiments in government been  more frequently attempted.  Russia was not always governed by an autocrat. Indeed  it was the first European country to adopt a republican form  of government. When Russia  enters into history it was divided into many parts, but of  theso several, the chief being  Novgorod and Kief, Avere the  most important, and both were  mg to rival claimai  and asserting, their  his successor. After much  strife a national assembly was  called in .1013 at which Michael  Romanoff was elected Czar, lie  of 15, but tho  disorder.-!. ;ic  teir  I'liler a.*.:!  was   only  a  lac  tired  him a  of  people,  cepted  thus was established the. dynasty which seems now to bo  on the point of extinction.  , Other years of turmoil foi  lowed and there were constant  struggles between the czars and  the boyards, as the nobility  were called. From time to time  the duma, which consisted ol'  the boyards and representatives,  ol' the cities, would bo called  together, and thus the semblance  of popular supremacy was maintained ; but gradually its authority dwindled until it seemed  to have reached the vanishing  point. When the ex-czar summoned this body not many  years ago, he was only following the example of many of liis  predecessors, and when the  duma  asserted   its right to call  republics.   Tho whole country i for his abdication  it was only  A. Clare   II. S: Collin \  AV. 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', j  ii    ,\f.>i'i i-011   '.!.       Mil   illl        .... .    .    .   ;    .  J. Mai till   D" Mini'i-   A JM.-icdoniilil   Aliens .Macdonald. .  G. 'li. JMf-(.-ltn-e   J MeNultv   M.  Mr-Lend   [.). J. .ArcLeod-   A: Nyhoi-i?   J   Nn'lV   OT Neil nan   ONelsnn....'   T. Olson   G Olson   O Pelcisoii   ft Pot-n'tt   T. G. Poi-t.-ous   K. O. Pctei-son..._..  G. Pi-irleanx.....  ...  Fred Peaice   J  Pearson   LS   Petree .-  L. G. R.dls    .  H. T. Rainbow.*....  4.25  8.75  1.50  1-1.75  2.00  J. 0(1  o.75  5.00  5.00  4.50  3.50  4.25  3.50  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  4.25  3.75  ���������1.25  7.00  3.75  3.75  2.00  s.oo  3.50  5.-00  3.75  4.25  4.25  4.25  4.25  3.75  4.25  5.00  4.00  3.75  4.00  ���������4.(10  3.50  -1,00  4.00  3,75  4.50  4.25  3.75  4.25  5.00  3.50  3.50  1.25  4.25  3.75  3 50  0.00,  4.110  iM'.i  a.i'.'i  5.00  !"���������.������/;!)  .     >3    '<?    '-y      iSrSaSSlP.  '���������<-*a".s&i^,i<FX!x*jmis������iB3a:  New Stock of  Wa-  'Cnrt'  as and  '(���������Z-Sc  in   Two Piece, or  tions. jukI the prices  Combina-  are right  ss^?ffis^^-s5^Efs^2^aa:r-  I  r,  '  A,  WXW7it\mrmfTE.-)>or.rs.-xaeaai������aiux.-ssainvisJnBr" -"-'-���������"'T"-' ..���������j������������������������������������;-���������������������������-r  ^iMs^s^^g^ssssBSfmmsKmaa  ���������Wort  *$������#$$  -ii   Ji-:w i-i^Ss  ���������I S68M83*3  mm^mm  w^mmmw^im^ms^ms^ssm^^ssm  fa  mpplaes, an  omethsae to  wsssmm&mzt^&^^^^s^'Zj^ss'zzi  A. Rawnsley .  ..  B. Rescoi'l.....:.  Geo. Ransom....  O. Ranee.,......  D R-inkiii   W. R..lieitsi>n,.  \\\. S.-iinpsoti...,  S.'i.j. Sinitli. ...  John Smith..;..  WT. J. Stewai t..  Cii.-per' Sleen. ...  N. Stechishin   W Snyder..   Geo. Slovens., ..  A "Sniinghelti...  A Smith   J. Y. H. Taylor..  AV. Trej-ona.  J Thomas   AVTims..   N  Tucker   C AraiiBnreii   A. XV. Vauce   J. AVillitimson.   .  F Williams   P. G. VVriKht....  J. AV. Wirih....  T. li. Willov;....'  J. G. AA'*elister...  K F Wohster....  G Walker-...; ..  V. Z.ickersoll....  4:00  4.25  4.25  4,76  2,00  3.75  (i.OO  4.00  -1,50  2.50  3.75  .1 *".  DR, T. F. R.OB1NSON  -    Dentist,' ���������.'���������".  Office with Dr. Lewis, Oroville, Wash.  ^^xzss&BassamBsssx  s   ��������� b ��������������������������� ���������  I?  PAINTING  'PflPER-fi'flN'GING  KALSOMINING  TERMS MODERATE  Mi.--  .). r."  F L  W.   ;  r: l  All.-'  :.i    u  ;-;.r5   R.  4.0,'i  3.5:i  r...-iii  -t.OO; !'\  J^  3.75 I.I. K.  J.CO I \V ,'i  3.75 j b\ A!  1.S.-I   S F '���������  ���������I.OH   A. T  4.25 1 P H,  4,50 j Mis.v  4.25  3.75  4 00  3.75  2.10  3.75  3.75  3.75  4,25  4.50  5.00  5.00  4.25  3.75  4.00  3.75  4,50  MKnr.KY���������TOWN  LIST.  AI Uea!-.'   Ri ,-.,s   D -eilij4 ���������   .-B.-ii-in-s   '. l-hul.-r   .1 Hum    '   iii 1 it   M.m-.I, 11   F.  Gi.-nv  .  -  Ol-.vki-       ��������� ������''.- il ������������������Ii'oy   O. irm. .ck   Ooi'i iiifl"   '1 ;o'ir   <  ly R-'ihii-iioii On   1'jlllllOllil   Fl-eli.-h   .Fl-iiM-r.   Fni-1,,.-..   Oillr-spii.'   i.-i mil tun   HoiswHl   Idsia'h   lleikiii'-." ,   .. -������������������  Mif.n i nl;ti,i,-m -  G. P. Jones .A   J. J;t'-|<soii   F L\-oii...   Gon Lyon /   John Miiirlii'lVr   J Aliirdor-h   A. J.  AIi-Giliboji   XV.. A. McLean   AI is- Roi-Ir. . .   T. K. RmiIi.i-Ii.hii   G. A. Riddle   Bruce Rolls   G"o Slielder,   Jus.  Stewiii-t   J AI Sandusky   A. Winkler   -   ilEDLEY.B.G.  xass&x&x&gaL  .URULFORSALE  5,00  5.00  5.00  3.00  l.i.".'  5.H0  .".r.o  ���������i. :,{i  2.00  .'.K!.;:o  3 j m  5.00  5.00  4.50  .10.00  i f .-.i.'t'  ."..00  1.5(1  3.00  2.00  20.(10  5.00  3. (*U  5.00  5.00  "2.5(1  2.50  5.1/0  3.00  5.00  3.00  2.50  3.75  2.00  0.00  5.00  nave a new stock of Coast  Fir Finish, Siding. Flooring.  Lath, Shingles, Doors and Wiii"*-  dow>.  Prices reasonable.  WRIGHT - -  B. C.  A.  F. & A. M.  KKGULAR monthly iiieotinjf.s 11/  flwllcy LoOko No. IS, A. F. & A. AI.,  iii-o lnjlil on the soconrl   Friday in  .r|. lii'.iiilliin Ki-.-itoi-iiity ImlUIJerlloy. Visitiiii;  iri.-tlii-oii iii-e conliiilly invitiKl to uttund.  SPROUI-B  W.  S. B.  AI  HAMILTON  Secretary  wf.-iVi-il't  L. 0. L-.  Tliu Kumilin-    incL-tiiitrs of  Jledlcy Ldflfft; IT".f 1  ;uo neld nn  thu   lli-,-*t and  Olild   Aloiulny .in  wt'iy liioiiLh in llic- Uian^n Hull  HsK&rgriigiiy. Ladiefl meet-Jnd and i Tuet-diiys  ^i.-it.iiif i ri.-tli'.'i-n arc coi-rliully'liivltcil  \V. LOXSDA LK, \V. M.  II. F. .IOXES. Siiii'L  ^'V.'T^O  Nickel Plate Camp  No, 15662  Modern Woodmen  of America  Aleet-  in Fraternity Hull the Third  Thursday in eaeh im-nth at 8 p. 111.  A. C'r.AHi":, V. C.      J. Smith, Clerk.  mttwx&'&'iww  ^BSSi-vKs-SKs^-riS-^"^^^^  H  Irf^j^������*lwIiu������tlHi,*|  r '���������.an"<*1 i*uAHVa"i*������' tiowrr'


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