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 Cbc IMcdlc  Volume VII.  AND SIMILKAMEEil ADVERTISE  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, AUGUSTS. 1911.  Number 30.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [IS years' practice in Vancouver.)  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  OUTPUT(,OF FRUIT  GREATLY REDUCED  HOW IT HITS NELSON  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister,   Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.,  *M_-rk Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  1   A. Bakxes, Prop.       Penticton*, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer. Real Estate. jVIincs,  Crown   Grants   Applied   For  Under Land Act. anel  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Eire Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  . Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Laucashiie Fire In?. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  T  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.^C.  R. H. EOGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,   ;.  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  Grand ILJnrion  HEDLEY; B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  Northwest Consumers Must Depend on  Supply from British Columbia  "It is evident that Northwest fruit  consumers will have to depend very  largely upon the orchards of British  Columbia this year, owing to early  frosts in Washington'", saiel Mr. Geo.  B. Smith, travelling freight and passenger agent of the Burlington Route,  this . morning., "The output of the  Yakima Valley will lie greatly reduced owrng to setbacks ��������� received earlier,  in the year. Last season fruit-growers  shrppedfrom that district 4100 ears of  assorted fruits. This year- with the  increased acreage in bearing trees and  bushes, the crop should have totalled  5000"cars, but it-is not likely that more  tharr 1500 cars of fruit will be put, on  tho Northwestern market by AVasli-  ington growers. That is whv I say  that greater demands will be made upon the available supply from British  Columbia.  "Vancouver- is looking.remarkably  well. I hear your city spoken of every-  .where I'go. Commercial conditions  are quiet in the American cities of the  Pacific slope, and all eyes seemed turn-;  ed'on Vancouver. You have a beautiful city with exceptional opportunities and-American business men are to  be commended for their present inter"  est in Vancouver and the province as'  a field for investment."  That City Will   Lose, Big Elevator. if  Reciprocity Passes Canadian Commons  NEW  ZEALAND  JOHN JACKSON. Pr.ppriet.or  Even-thing,, New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention. paid, to   the   Table.  stocks  /V_lness  Herbert B. Brown  I3_-o"k.<e-r  -.-MEMBER   VANCOUVER  '       MIXING EXCHANGE  443 Pender St. AV. Vancouver.  AArrite me about your claims  N. TnoMi-sq.v '.phone sevmock 051-13  MGH. WKSTKRN'CJAXADA  Cammell Laii-d & Co. Ltd;  Steel Manufacturers,  Sheffield/ Eng.  Otlices and Warehouse, 847-(>3 Beatty Street.  Vancouver, B. C.  '(Xelso'ii Newt)  S. P. Pond, manager for the Taylor  Milling and Eley'ator. company here,  has received 'instruction- from the  head office of, the company at Leth-  bridge to proceed..' ".Villi the construction of arr elevator 'ruid a warehouse  on the four lots at the .foot of Stanley  "street purchased for'.tlie purpose- last  fall, buthas decided .that he will take,  no action orr accourrt;of the reciprocity  pact. ��������� .���������:  "The company's instructions to me"  said Mr. Pond yesterday, "were to arrange for the buileling of a warehouse  and an elevator with a capacity of 10.-  000 bushels, but riiyj recent trip to  ���������AVashington state hits convinced me  that such a step would be ill-advised  at this time on account of the proposed" reciprocity agreement with the  United States. ��������� '/'  "Consequently f have written in  these' terms, to LetKbridge and the  'proposition will be held up until we  see which way the cat jumps.  "My visit to AVashington has niaele  it appear to nre that if; the pact is ratified by the Canadian house of commons it would pay usj better to move  bur headquarters inv this territory  from here to Spokane and conduct  jam- business from r that city, constructing our- proposed warehouse and elevator there.  ' "But that, of courses is a, matter for  the future," concluded Mr. Pond. "In  the meantime we shall riot build here  while reciprocity is in the air."  THAT BULLDOG TEMPEST  LET THERE" BE LIGHT  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meeting's of  Heelley Lodge No. J3, A; F. & A. M.,  are hold on tho second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren arc cordially invitcel to attend.  J. K. FRASER, J. A. SCHUBERT,  W. M Secretary  PALfl6__  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables   HEDLEY   B.C.   IF.Ajjood stock'of-Horses-and Rigs oh  Hand,   If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon.   11       INNIS BROS; Proprietors.  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp meets in Fraternity Hull  tho (It-stand third Thursdays in the month.  G MuKaciiku.v 8. K. Hamilton  Counsel: Clerk.  Here we are in August and in ji few  weeks more we. will be 'up .ngainstvthe  elark nights of the fall months when  street lighting will   again  become a  burning-'question.     Now that the system of electric  lighting has becorrie  steady and reliable as the result'of the  improved  power plant there is more  encouragement to. take hold of   the  question  of  street  lighting.    AVhile  some parts oi the town ars not so-badly  off owing to the  lights  from   the  shops and hotels there a.v_ others that  are positively dangerous and one of  these is AVebster Street leading to the  hospital.     There is   every   assurance  that the management will deal generously with any effort made to improve  conditions   in  the   matter   of  street  lighting anel we hope that when any  proposition is made to householders to  contribute  to so desirable  an  end it  will bo given  the hearty support it  deserve*. -  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc.. for the week  ending July 29, 1911:  "at the mine.  Maximum  JulvSH . 72  ' 21 .. 78  25 .. 7-1  _���������(' .. 58  L. O. L.      .  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1711 aro hclel on  the    third    Monday    in    every  'month in I'ratornity Hall.  Vi.sit"  ing- brcthern arc cordially invited to attend.  JOHN ,J AMI ���������"SON, XV. M,  WM. LOXSDALK, Soe't.  "���������5?@iw������srj  K. A. C. STUI1D  1IAI������0!.I)  .MAV.VH  ll.-UA-  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver .Stock Kxclianffu  Real^Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street VV  Opposite Now Post Office  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL KN'GINKKR and BltlTISH  COLUMBIA LAND .SURVKYOR  Star Building  Princeton  Minimum  40  ' 40  4S  42  :*o  87  -10  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  . DENTIST.  AVill be- at Home olliee in Oroville. 1st  to 14th of each month.  Office  cm North   Main   Street.  !\ O. BOX !H)l>  Vancouver,  B. C.  Burne, Temple & Tunbridge  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Colnmbia.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  27 .. 04  28 .. OS  29 .- 00  Average maximum temperature 0S.57  Average minimum elo 11.28  Mean temperature                         54.97  Rainfall for the week     .0   inches.  Snowfall       "       "         0.0  coiutKsr'o.vnixG week ok last veah  Highest maximum temperature 75.  Average iiiiu  Lowest minimum  Average minim  Mean  AT  Julv 2:!  " 21  25  2(i  27  28  29  Average maximum temperature SO. 12  Average- minimum do 57.1 I  ���������Moan " do 73.28  Rainfall for I he week  0.00 inches  ���������Snowfall        "        "      0.  coniiKsi'o.vnixi; wkkic ok last vkau  Highest maximum temperature 89  Average do elo 83.  Lowest minimum do 15  Average- do de> 5U.14  Moan do (i(i,57  11111  do  70.71  111  elo  Hi).  111)1  do  -11.42  do  50.00  THE  MILL.  Maximum  M  ininiuin  90  ������/    ���������  97  02  95  5S  80  53  87  5-1  93  58  81-  5S  A short time ago with the best of  intentions and no ill-will towards anybody but merely with a desire to see a  eliscontinuarice of a practice in a certain quarter of ringing in Hedley and  the Nickel Plate with Steamboat to  the disadvantage of the former the  Gazette had the following local:  "Who took it there?" is a question which is  being asked aiound town in reference to the  report in a Vancouver paper that some mis-  pickcl ore from Steamboat had been shown to  fl. B. Brown anel he had pronounced it as identical with that from the Nickel Plate. It is  not helping Camp Hedley a bit to have it rung  in,with Steamboat as boldly and persistently  as has been done during the past few months.  The two are over 7.3 miles apart and there is  apparently nothing in common between them.  It is about time to let up on it."  This merely expresseel in the vaguest  kind of general way what the people  here were saying and in some eases  elaborating with greater detail: The  purport of the local hael no special reference to any particular find described in any interview appearing in the  News-Advertiser for as a matter of  fact we had never-seen' the interview  and have not seen-it- yet; but it had  reference to various occasions upon  which.H. B. Brown (or H. "Bulldog"  Brown as he seems to like that better)  in.'writing to.the papers and in talking  for publication seemed determineel to  convey the idea to the public that  Camp Hedley anel Steamboat we're in  the same belt and formation.  Judge of our surprise therefore in  finding the following iu Sunday's  News-Advertiser sent in by Brown  over the wires and given an introductory paragraph bjr the reporter who-  tloes the mining news for that paper:  "Hedley. U. C. July 21, lilll.  "News-Advertiser, Vancouver, B. (.'.  "Please give mc space in your paper to refute  charges made by the "Hedley Gazette" in relation to interview with A, Lanelon of 2H-Milc  that apcar-cd in your paper in which my name  was mentioned.   Anyone that says that the ore  came from any place but tjhab mentioned is a  prevaricator and the truth is not in him.  /..,'���������_, "H. BULLDOG: BROWN','  Jt was foolish of Mr. Brown  to get  thus unduly excited over  the matter.  The Gazette  local die! not accuse him  of taking any Nickel  Plate ore  there  anel expressed no opinion  that be or  any other person  hael   done  so  anel  what he and  the mining reporter are  pleased to  term a statement in .that,  direction  is. merely-their, own conclu:  sion by reference.     AVbat the Gazette  did make in  the way of a statement  wjis the fact that attempt had been  made to ring in Gamp  Hedley with  Steamboat and we  now  repeat  that  stiiteinent with every .-iss-urance that  it is absolutely true and we again express our disapproval of any such pretence which if not deliberately intend-  eel to deceive the public who were being tempted tp put money into Steam  boat before anything hael been proven  there    was  certainly|vcry probable to  have  that effect. ,  This  was clone in  several  coast papers and on  page 43,-?  in the May number- of the British Columbia Magazine in an article headed  "The Steamboat Gold  Camp"  by H.  Bulldog Brown. Camp Hedley and the  Nickel Plate and even the newly found  diamonds on  Olivine mountain are all  rung in to do common duty for Steamboat but whether they are   to be considered  as for forty-second  cousins or  more closelv connected  than Mr.  THE FIGHT IS ON  The Domimion  House Has Been Dissolved and a Two Months' Campaign Begins.  Ottawa, .luly 20���������Parliament was  dissolved by his Excellency the Governor-General to-day. The general election will   take place on   September' 21.  As no .reilistrihution act has been  passed, the AVest will have the same  number of members in the new House  as it had in the House that has just  passed out of existence.  Supply has been voted to September  1st only, and any further sums needed  to earrv on the business of the country  will, it is understood, be raised by  means of Governor- General s warrants.  It is generally agieed that the two  months' election campaign before the  country will be bitter. Reciprocity  probably will be the sole issue, .although the Conservatives in Quebec  may seek to import the naval issue  into the contest. The anti-annexation  cry already has been raised by the  Conservatives in all parts of the country.  Sir Wilfrid Lauriei- and hisMinisters  will "take the stump" and conduct  platform campaigns in all provinces.  The Prime Minister will confine his  attention to the central provinces anil  Quebec, while Mr. Fielding. Minister  of Finance, who helped to draft the  reciprocity agreement, will devote his  attention to the Maritime Provinces.  For the Opposition Mr. Robert h. Borden, their leader, will give most of his  time to Ontario and Nova Scotia.  The Parliament just dissolved had .a  membership of 133 Liberals and 85  Conservatives and three Tritlependerits  giving the government a working majority of mene than forty.  The absence of the closure rule, however, made it impossible for the majority to force a vote against obstruction.  ,. The. Premier last Monday \yaraed  ifa������*_t-s^S5������t������^^  to prevent a vote on reciprocity he  would resort to an appeal to the electorate. .'.-.,  Should the present Liberal Government be returned with anything like  a working majority, it will mean that  a vote can be taken on the reciprocity  treaty and that the agreement will go  into elfect. A Conservative victory  at the polls means the passing of the  Laurier Government and permanent  shelving of the reciprocity agreement..  ^rc"s*..ss~  EASY TERMS FOR NOKOMIS  iid  "It is August the third, and soft nre  the skies."  Camsell corelated the Heelley sedi-  tnentaries with the Cache Creek series  is of course unsettled.  But let us all be patient.     Mr. Cain-  sell is now  in .Steamboat, and  if he reports that the  Nickel Plate formation  or the Nickel Plate ore bearing formation (for there is a distinction between  the two)  is to be  found in   that c.-unp  iiniliT similar conditions then the Gazette  will  have  spoken   too   fast  anel  done Mr. II. B. Brown an injustice.   It-  all the ground in   ('amp Medley marked o.'"' bv  Mr. Camsell as  Nickel Plate  formation  was the Hedley me bearing  formation   then   Camp Medley  niicht  be considered   on easy street   so far .as  ote  .supply   is   coneerne-d   for   several  thousand   years   to come    but nobody  j here   who has   any   knowledge   of the  i matter  or regard  for their  word will  j claim that it is    even   if there  is data  | that a   considerable  portion of it that  ! has scarcely  been touched in the way  of real development  has   the Nickel  Plate ore bearing formation.  As   for H.   Bulldog Brown   we have  no ilesrro   to say anything derogatory  Nokomis is a new Grand Trunk  Pacific town which has started up  since the railway began running  through there. It is about midway  between Winnipeg and Edmonton  and now has two railways running in  there and large elevators and a third  railway the Gansclian Northern has  run its survey through the town.  The prices of lots run from $125 to  $350 anel can be secured with a ten per  cent payment down and the balance  in nine equal monthly instalments  without interest.  Maps and other information may be  seen at the Gazette, office.  even the stocks and stones between  Hedley and Princeton will rise up to  proclaim him eccentric in his mania  for publicity he is deserving of a great  deal of credit and it would be well fortius camp if all the claim owners who  have property in and about the camp  were as enterprising ay he has been  both in the matter of exploratory-  work and in effort to interest capital  to take hold of property in the camp.  The back fyles of the Gazette will  show that this paper has always he-en  ready to give him credit for the effort:  he has been making and we regret  that he has seen/it to lose his head  over this little matter of a friendly  w;uning thrown out to him which we  thought he had sense i-nough to profit  Fishing up the Ashnola has become  <-i, favorite diversion for a, week end  and there is scarcely a Saturday that:  some of our citizens are not seen starting off on the warpath. The new road  has now been completed far enough  up the creek to make it much easier to  get to the fishing ground than former-'  concerning him.  Beyond the fact that I ly. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,   AUG   3,   1911.  and  Similkameen. Advertiser.  ticton that Jim Hill considers indorsation of the reciprocity 'pact as'a neces-  | s.-iry   preliniinary   to   the   building   of  ..     ���������.,       ,      ,,    _,    ,,������������������, _��������� r, ..,, ���������,. i this branch   ;ind therefore ii,  mild��������� per-  ssucd on I hursdays: bv the Hi'nr.KV UAZicrric I " ��������� '  PiuxTi.ve; an'd i'eui.isiuxG Company,        j '^uil\tir u,  , |u,���������, L��������� MOt do anything to  J.i.mitkiv ar, Heel lev. B.C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year. '. 5-.00  "'( Ivnited.States)..  '-'.50  .! discoiii-.tge reciprocity if they want  his road,-but we. in the Similkameen  who 'have all along tried to make out-  selves believe hi; meant to build on. to  the  coast    some   time    even     in    the  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to the inch.  LandNotice.s-1'ertillcatesofnnprovcmeni-.cte. j "*���������������-���������������' ������-**-  P'oiuise..-liter promisi-   having  nocir!-:''i0"(Uly n,)ti^s';,!Kl?5',K"''jra0-llilyi.beeii   broken,   may  as   well   make   up  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month ; our   minds   to   the   fact   that, if   tariif  Sl.'J.i: over 1 inch and up to i inches, ������1.00 ! . j  ' per i'ncli per month.'To constant advertisers ] conditions will compid the trade, or the  raking larger space than  four inches, on ..    -, ;  aiipliea.iioiiVrar.es will be given of reducer! ! country to   take  a  north  and  south  charges, based on sine of space and length !        .,..'���������        .,,   , ' -, .  ���������    of time. ��������� -trend   there will   be no  east and west  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one j road fen-   us because   no promise  made  "   inch. 'Si. 1)0 for one insertion,  ii. cents for. t .'������������������-.  each .~ubsecnient insertion.   Over one inch, j S,y him   or his   representatives' in   the  10 ccurs per line for first, insertion and a! .    ..  cents per line for each subset)uentinsertion. | past will weigh in the. slightest ugiiinst  Transients payablc'.in advance ( . . ,-   .    ' '        '  Changes foi-conti-act advertisements should j  what he  conceives  to. be to the finan-  :le iu.thc o:tice by noon, on rnescluy to secure j d.a j,,^^; ot; |ii^ road.    It is there-  ., attention for that week'.-: issue.  Advertisements will be changed once''every  month if.advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftcner than once a month  he   price of composition   will.be charged at -,  regular rates.  A. MEGRAW. Managing h'uitor.  fore very .evident that our only chance  of ever getting the ',V. V. '& E. built  through to the coast-so as to give us  connection, with Vancouver-will be the  defeat, eif reciprocity. -"    :  Full Moon  i)  Last'iiuar.  17  191.1  AUG  Now Moon  First qnar.  ���������   1.  1911  Sun. Won. Tlies. Wed. Thu.Tri. Sat.  15-  lS  20  27  1  14  21  2S  1  8  15  22  29  2  9  10  23  30  10  17  21  31  4'.  11  IS  . ������  12  19  20  5  IF RECIPROCITY, NO  No country.ever ae.hie.yed greatness  that has  allowed another country  to  get bold of her natural resources. The  natural resources of a country .-ire her  national heritage, and to turn them to  j the  best  use in-'building up a   great  country   they  must  be  carefully pre-.  served to  the people to  be worked up  into'manufactured products  to sell to  other countries.     Britain became rich  ���������I ���������   ..'���������'  I find great when '.-.her'merchant marine  ! and  trade with  the rest of the world  j set her citizens  till to work ruanufa.c-  ! turing    her   natural    resources   into  j wares with which to  trade with other  j countries.   , By  that  means she soon  I became known its the workshop eif the  world and then she was ready for free  COAST CONNECTION ; tl.iltie and shrewd political economists  like   Cobelen . saw'   this   and   had' it  adopted.     The United- States merely  copied. -Britain's   plan    and'followed  the  programme  almost to  the letter,  and now that the U. S. hits her nianu-  fact'.u-ies built up  she too is approach-.  ing free trade in a. tentative, sort eif  way   if her offer of reciprocal' trade in  natural resources with Ciinada can be  calleel free traile but it is not. Already she has pretty well exhausted  her own natural resources and she is  trying to persuade poor blind Canadians that it will be to their interests  to sell their natural heritage for a mess  of pottage.    Will they elei it?  If Reciprocity  should   be forced on j  r this country by the Dominion govern-!  . i  ..merit we.might as well biel gootl-bye j  at once to any likelihood of the Great 1  Northern building through to the  coast. Jim Hill's attitude on the reci-  i -^pi'oeit.y (inestiou ?ru wel'f'Yf s-h is-vac il ration and perfidy in connection with  the building of the A". V. & E. makes  it .a moral certainty that the road will  never be cnmpleteil to the coast, for  ��������� he never does anything he has agreed  to elo if he should find out meanwhile  that he can make more by lining something else, and he certainly can elo  better for himself by not building to  the coast .than by doing so if he -can  only persuade the: Canadian government to be fools enough to give him  reciprocity so as to turn the entire  trade of Canada north and south. His  whole railway system as far jis Canada  is concerned is a system of parallel  .branch lines from Winnipeg westward  to tap the trade of Canada to hi.s main  trunk line running east and west in  the United States. All along he has  been talking.reciprocity for all he was  worth. Only the other day in addressing a meeting in the United States lie  backed up 'faffs contention that it  w;is necessary to have reciprocity now  in orelcr to kill for-ever this imperial  trade relations movement in Canada:  anel yet he was born a. Canadian.  That he can resort to and employ  all the wiles of the tricky politician is  seen in the suci.-e-.ss with which he  could arrange for parliamentary lobbies in oriler to have his chestnuts  picked out of the fire, but one of the  most transparent examples of it was  seen the other day over at Penticton.  .Last week's Penticton Herald tells of  the arrival there of a Great Northern  agent from Greenwood named D.  Shaw who was camping on the ground  awaiting' the result of the vote in the  United States Senate at AVashington  and as soon as the measure was carried he received a wire from St. Paul  In begin negotiations for a railway-  right of way along the survey made  there a little over it year ago for a line  up the Okanagaii A'alley from Oroville  to Penticton. Now this circumstance  is fraught with meaning for more  than the people of Penticton and the  lower Okanagan Aralley. It not only  is an intimation   to the people of Pen-  After all tlie bluster of the German  press just watch the krauties back  elown from their pretensions in Morocco. But it-was worth the excitement to see pro-Boers like Lloyd-  George play the jingo. A pleasing part  of the whole occurrence was the eligni-  fied.patriotic attitude of the Unionist  leaders who placed country before  party and insteael of trying to harass  or annoy the government in the trying situation came forward, with offers of support. Who ever saw a Raeli-  t-id act in a similar way?  No wonder the Mutual Life of  Canada is a favorite with the  man who is looking for the best  .thing in Life Insurance.  FORTY-OXE YEARS' RECORD  Shows that the interest receiv-  sd on its investments has ex-  eeeded the death claims bv $1,  786,804,01.  Policyholders Get Everything  Because there are no Stockholders to absorb any of the  profits.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER/I  Fee Block, - 570 Granville St.  .,     VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. flEGRAW, Local Agent.  WHEN WHITING ATlVEKTISKIt.S  PLEASE  MENTION THIS PAPER  bank;oF:  75 Years in Business  Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  you .WORK/  ������������������MaKEyOORMOHEy  WORK TOO.  WITH US THEV W������L_.BJRn  J  J|    WWTERE5TWHICH  JI    WECREPITMOriTHUV :  ./WD MORELS RETMI1-  /1BLE ON DEM/HIP  ilS QUICKLY A 5 THE M/MLS  people mrnscmmn  /?NPOIUTI<HlSr15  >0UCfinBE,  iM WEftPLE/J5EP,  AW THOROUGHLY  WThrmxany wwmh  OUR BUSINESS IS  ThVIWSrtCTED-/? 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Phone ITLaiiri 6434  c)pof{an&JVeii)(&graJiitg (sol  ������_=>  PUBLIC HIGHWAYS  1'KoviNCK ok British Coi.umwa  "W"OTICK iK hereby given that all Public Hijfli-  "> ways in murKunizcd Districts, and all  Main Trunk Hoails in organized districts arc  sixt.v-six feet, wide, and have a width of thirty-  three feet on each side of the mean straight  centre line of the travelled road.  THOMAS TAV LOU  -8-11 Minister of Public Works  Department of Public Works,  Victorin. JI. C��������� July 7th, lilll.  NOTICE  SIMILKA.VIKEX LAND DISTRICT  IMSTKICT OH" VAT.E  nTAlCK Notice Hint, Cecil C. Allen, of P'airview  ���������������������������       occuinition rancher, intends to apply Tor  jiermis.sion to  lease  the  following elcHi-rined  land  Commencing at a post planted 20 chairs nori h  easterly from the north west corner ol lot ,"ll!i7  thence 20 ohain.s west, thence-0 chains hoiuIi.  thence 80 chains cost, thence 40 chains norl,!i,  thence 40 chains west, thence _0 chaiiiH south  to point of commencement, containing about  200 acres.  CECIL C ALLKN  April 28-ih, Will 18^10  Have You a Bank Account  The money is safer in the Bank than in your house  or pocket.  A cheeking Account provides a safe and convenient  way of paying your 1 Jills, as each check issued returns to  you as a receipt., ��������� -  A Savings Account keeps growing all the time, and  interest compounded at highest current rates.  Hedley  Branch,  H. A Hincks, Manager  | Don't Send Away |  . . For Printing*.  ���������  ���������  You will get Better Stock and  more satisfactory work  in the Home Shop  Be wake the rubber stiimp ad on your  stationery or the ready-made Bill-head  or statement. It always looks "one  horse" and will hurt your business by  creating a bad.impression.  Your own xa.mk and Business neatly  printed on good paper will make friends  for you wherever it goes.  We do all Kinds of  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  .���������  ������������������  ���������  ��������� :  ��������� !  ��������� ���������:  ���������  ���������  ������������������ ���������  ��������� ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ^   Including Letter-heads, Bill-heads, Statements,   4.  ��������� Envelopes, Notes, Receipts, Shipping- ���������  ��������� To ore    Price   Lists,   Blotters, J  Tags,  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Mining Forms,   Etc.  Send in Your Orders to the  ���������  ���������  ���������  Hedley  Gazette f  I Job Department f  and They will have Prompt Attention  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Why Do You Deal at  SO HUBERTS?  Because to buy the Best is the Cheapest  They have the Cheapest.  Beeau     ^icv are welcome there  whether   they purchase or not.  Becau:--      ou get what you want when you want it, and you  get what you want when you get it.  ������   >res at Hedley and Tulameen  Schubert's Every Time THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, AUG   8.    i������ll.  Towii and Distrid:.  '      The; hill  at the;'s-vwinill    i.STet:eivin,_;  . some attention by easing up the Oracle  anil widening it.  Government agent Hugh Hunter, of  Princeton, was in town on Monday on  official business, returning homo on  Tuesday.  Henri  Roussc-m has .'openucl a meat  rnarke-t in Lytton arid will help to feed  ..-'the navvies in all thu raih-oael huileling  to he done on the; Fi-aser this year.       .  AVullaeo Knowles came over from  Slu.M.'p (.'reck yesterday accompanied  by Walter YViloy, the mining engineer, who has charge; of tho examination of the Nugget mine, now under  option to the, Exploration syndicate  represented by T. Walter Beam.  Rev. G. A. Wilson, Superintendent  Presbyterian missions in the west will  be unable to he present to take the  service in 1 Jed ley on Sunday night as  intended but will hold service to-morrow (Friday) .evening 4th inst at S  o'clock.  Miss Olding, teacher of Grand Forks  who is spending the summer holidays  with her sister, Mrs. Hugh Hunter, of  Princeton, came down on Monday  with Mr. Hunter arid paid a visit witlr  Mrs. Sproule.  ��������� A moving picture show which was  really a holiday outing for some Van  couver concern gave a show on Wed-  nesday evening of last week, doing all  their advertisrng by handbills on the  day of their arrival. The public have  learned by experience to be very leery  of concerns that adopt that plan of  procedure arid the result was a small  house.  Don't be afraid of a banana because  it has a black hide on it. That is when  it is at its best anel is far more wholesome than when the skin is lighter-  arid the black spots are on the inside.  A bunch of black-skinned chaps clustering on the stem are in prime condition for use anel when eaten slowly  and throughly insalivated make  wholesome fare.  An evidence that nioie ,-ittention is  being given than usual to this camp  is seen this summer in the number of  ruining licences issued--.by the deputy  recorder at Hedley since the end eif  May than has been seen for several  years past. As a rule when the 31st  of May is past that ends it until the  spring   following    but   this   suinriier  there have been about fifteen issued in  June and July.  The elections are on and not even  has there been a mention of any name  of an opponent for Martin Burrel who  has proven a model representative, his  conduct heing at. all times characterized by ability and fairness. There is  only one thing his friends need be  afraid of no matter who his opponent  may be and (that is over confieleuice. If  the Gazette was to hazard a guess as  to who his opponent would be we  should say Stewart Henderson.  On Saturday a man from California  arrived in town with a, band of goats  which he was selling of If and J. Ii. Ed-  monds got most of them.' The flock  were all wethers anel hence their meat  value Was all the recommendation-  they had with which to seek public  favor. Hael there been some nannies  and an occasional billy among them  there, is no doubt that a few would  have been taken up by private families.  A nanny goat could thrive on the hills  around here in fine shape. A few  .were bought up hy boys in town.  Iiobt. Stevenson, father of the Similkaineen, who is nowadays freeiuent-  ly hailed as Colonel, came in on Friday  last on a trip from the coast and remained over until next day. A few  months ago he hael another sick spell  at .Spokane anel while he is looking  hearty he is somewhat thinner than  usual but is none the worse for that.  Friday happened to be his 73rel birthday anel he wisely celebrated the occasion by retiring at 10 o'clock p.m.  He reports Similkameen as coming into its own at last for the inquiries concerning the district on the outside are  much more numerous than they over-  were before.  Charlie. Winters who was provincial  constable at Camp Mckinney anel elid  oonstabulary duty all the way from  there to Princeton about ten years  ago or more, paid Heelley a visit last  week when he came over from Sidley  Mountain to see his cousin George  Sheliler, 10-Mile. For the past eight  or nine years he hael been living in  Ontario. The changes which have  come ahout in this district during the  interval he was away make some of  the; old places unrecognizable to him  now. After a few days' visit with his  brother-in-law, W. Letts on Sidley  Mountain, he was hurrying back to  Ontario to finish up the balance of his  harvest.  Louis Hind, who with his partner;  Kane, has taken a. bond on the Water-���������������������������  loo and Fohtenoy in Gamp McKinney '  was m Hedlov Tuesday night.  '  Mr. C. H. Brooks, president.,-of the ;  Redeemable Investment Co.,-arrived.)  in 'Hedley on Tuesday and is conferring with his representative here, Mr.  A, Creehnau. So far as we have been  able to learn there is nothing new in  the Kingston situation, both parties  being disposed to stick hard.- It is  leaviie-d that the Kingston company  sought some m'odificatioii'of the original bargain they entered into but the  purchi'sers contend (anel with soine degree of reason) that it is useless te>  make any other agreement with  people who have made no effort whatever to carry out anything they hael  formerly agreed to do. This then is  the unfortunate position in which  matters are placed but we hope that  some; solution will soon be found  which will end the deadlock and allow  active mining  operations to  proceed.  Mr. M. K. Rodgers went.out again  on Monday bound for Seattle. The  manner in which he spent the holiday  was to his liking but it would seem  like work to the majority of people for  it-comprised several hard trips through  the hills. Mr. Rddgers is strongly'in  favor of more geological work being  elone in the camp. He appreciates fully  what has already been elone anel is unstinted in his praise of the practical  value to be derived therefrom but  points out 'also the great need of extending the area in certain directions  anel working out in greater detail  some of the parts already elone. This  he says could now be much more easily anil accurately' elone with the assistance of the added data furnished  by the last two years' development  done in one Nickel Plate. Sunnyside  and other claims of the company,  Mr. N. Thompson, of Vancouver-,  B. C, was in town last week having  made the trip in from the coast in  company with Iiobt. Stevenson, the  father of the Sirnilkarrieen. Although  this was Mr. Thompson's first visit to  Hedley he is by no means a stranger  to conditions obtaining* here anel has  long been -connected, with an important part of the business of the camp,  for his -firm has been supplying the  shoes anel dies which have been stamping (iii't the gold here and also furnishing  the steel  used  in mining.   He is  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  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.  ���������________M-_-----___-___-____������  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COM PAP Y, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  HEDLEY, B.C.  Ir  COALMO-KTT TOWNSITE  t!  manager in Western Canada for Cani-  me-11 Laird & Co., steel manufacturers  of Sheffield, England, and is confident  that they are about to put up a large  steel plant near the mouth of the  Fraser which'is an industry for which  this part of .Canada is fully ripe and  c.iii furnish ample raw material as  well as a market for considerable of  the output. Unlike, most Vansouver-  ites he can sec other avenues for in-  vt-stnient in the province than that of  real estate and takes a, lively interest  in what is being done in the.ruining  fields.  L. W. Shatford, M. P.P., came in  on Saturday in his runabout auto, accompanied by the chaff eur in "charge  of the machine. He made the run  over from Pi-iitie-ton in a little over-  three hours i if actual running time,  having sevral stops to make by the  way and he went on to Psinceton  which lie would reach later in the  afternoon. It was bis intention to  come back next day but he was taken  ill with his old trouble, hay fever, anel  spent a couple of days in the hospital  there, leaving on Alonday for the  coast which is the only place where he  can get relief when those attacks  come. The; operation he underwent  two years ago was thought to have  effected a pi-imanent cure but the  trouble has returned and this time it  is in the throat instead of the nose as  formerly, ii has n<>vv become evident  to him that iu the future he will have  to take the spring anil fall for all his  travelling through the Similkaineen  and remain on the coast during the  summer month.  Beautifully situated on the  in the Similkameen District.  Tulameen liiver 14 miles west of Princeton, B. C  The main line of the V. V. & E. Railway runs through the town. Track-laying will be completed in 60 days. At present a daily stage connects Coalmont  with the town of Princeton.  The Columbia Coal and Coke Co. Ltd.  now engaged in opening up their property here have over ten square miles of coal  lands. The coal is of the highest Bituminous type, and is one of the largest body of  coal yet discovered in the North American Continent.  The workable seams  are six in number  each.  varying in thickness from _- to 60 feet  300,000,000 tons of coal  can be extracted.    A plant of the latest type with a  ,2000 ton per day capacity, is under construction.  Lots are now on Sale at Prices varying from $175.00 to $550.00  TERMS���������One-Quarter Cash and the Balance over 18 months.  Reservations will be made iiisthe order in which deposits-are received.  Address all communications to ���������  MESSRS. WILLIAMSON & TURNER  Sole Selling Agents  1  Via Princeton  COALMONT, B. C.  I  ..PAINTING..  and PAPAR-HANGING  The Undersigned is prepared to  do work in  HOUSE, SIGN and  any OTHER WORK  in the painting line.  Orders  may be  sent to   Box  472, Hedley, B. C.  R. T. BARCLAY.  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO.  PRINCETON, B. C.  x  Make the  NOTED HOP GOLD BEER  THEIR NOTED HALF AND  (H.VI.1-  STOUT  .VXD   I'OUTKR)  is a Winner.  HALF  H. ZIBLER  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights -fee.  Anyone Bonding nnlcetch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion froo whether an  invention is probnbly pntenta'olo. Communications strictly confidential. HANUBQOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest npency for Bocunnpr patents.  Patents taken through Wunri & Co. receive  ttpecial notice, without ohnrco, in t_6  ��������� ���������  ��������� ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR ���������  ���������   - __.- -... _ --_-::-              ���������   ���������  Repairs  neatly and  Promptly  Executed  Charge's Moderate  Scientific J\mt\m,  A handsomely illnstrated wookly. I.nrc-o*c circulation of any BciontUlo journal. Tenns, "S3 a  rear: four months, $L Sold by all news tlemers.  MIINN & Oo.36lB*oadw^f.ew York  Branch Office. fl?-6 1? St.. WitahlDRton. n 0.  SUBSCRIBE F0KTHJ5  GAZETTE  Shop on Irene St.  TRY THE  Hedley Ga zet te  for  Fine Job Printing  Used by Millions and Acknowledged  to be the Best  NEW SHIPMENT JUST IN  40 lb Bags. $2.25 24i lb Bags, $1.15  OGILVIES ROLLED OATS  -10 lb Bag, $1.90   20 lb Bag. $1.00  8 lb Bag. 50c  A Limited  Supply of very good  Potatoes at per ioo lbs, $2.75  ��������� Curlew Butter,  always Fresh and Sweet, 40c lb. ���������  fShatfords,  Ltd.!  t t THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. AUG 3, 1911.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen--"Famed Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  George Kirby returned on Monday  to Kelowna where he,, has ripened a,  real estate office. ..   ���������   '  Bob McCurdy's ronel gang   had, to  -" lay off' last week  owing to the intense  heat   but will resume shortly.  \Y.   II.   Armstrong  is   expected   in  '    from   Vancouver shortly ������������������ to  spend a  few days null note the prosperous condition of the valley.     . .. .  Messrs. John Knudson and H. Menu-  sette. of Princeton, spent the. week-  , end in Kerenieos with their respective  families. '.���������-..���������.        ,  ���������Rev.'- G. A. AVilson, superintendent  of Presby.erian missions for the west,  will preach in the church heije this  '  (Thursday) evening at8 o'clock p. in.  F. --J. Sauve has added a line of hardware at the Big Store while Mr. E. M.  C'oooker���������is seeking to go out of the  hardware line which he has been  carrying;  Mrs. F. C. Gibson returned last week  from a three weeks' visit to friends  in Saskatchewan arid reports that  crops around Alaiiieda have 'suffered  from the drought anel the scorching  weather but-in-many other parts of  the province they are up to if not in  aclvance of the average.  Mr. J. H. Kennedy, chief engineer  of the V. V. & E. went up the. line on  Tuesday's train accompanied by his  youngest, son Arthur. They were going through as far as the summit and  will he back in about a week. .Work  on the west end, he says, has been  lraiiipereel by niosipritoes which got  so bad the men could not work.  Mrs. (J. ''II., Hargreaves, of Penticton, has been engaged by the School  Boarel as teacher of the Kereuneos  school for next year. Mrs. Hargreaves  is a graduate of Toronro University  anel is also the holelev of a first-class  graele A certificate and conies highly  recommended as a teacher from Ontario and Alberta in both of which  provinces she had taught.  Tommy Daly came back last week  from Okanogan after winding up of a  very successful baseball season as a.  member of that team and pitching  them to victory on various occasions.  Not exactly relishing the idea eif professional ball as played in many of the  leagues he has declined the offer of the  Spokane club anil is going back to college again this winter.  A rancher from across the line  brought in a band of about fifty goats  and his intention was to sell them for  mutton lint when, the kiddies saw  them they wanted them for horses  and the result of their importuning  was that about 25 goats remained here  to act as horses for juveniles. The  animals looked homely enough before  but when seen hitched up they are  dejection  itself.  Latest reports are to the effect that  ordeis have been, issued for rush work  in getting the V. V. it E. track laid to  Coalmont so as to relieve the fuel  situation caused by the long continued  coal strike. It is also reported that  the Columbia Coal IV Coke Co. are  making every arrangement for the  earliest possible construction of their  coke ovens so as to be able- to Mipply  coke for the smelters of tin- Boundary  district and elsewhere.  X  X  X  X  X  X  i.  X  K  X  I  *  K  x  H  x  K  x  S  *  H  x  X  _���������  X  THE    BIG    STORE  August  Cash  Dry Goods 10 % oft'  Hardware 10 % oil'  See Our Bargain TTalble    .  Groceries 5 % oil'  Furniture 10'% ofl:  'X  ������������������*  X  X  ���������x  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  Gloves���������Yes. Cash Always brings Better Values  for both the Store and the customers. Our Goods  are not shelf worn.    A car load of feed just iu.  Your Order Please  F\ J. SAUVE & CO.  S  3  -3  I  I  - v9  ;c**������<**"������r������***;r***a^  NOTICE  SIMlT_KAMKKN* LAND DISTRICT  UlSTKtCT Ol'- VAf.E        j  'pAICE notice that Mis. F.K. Richtci-, of Kci-e-  ���������*- meos, occupation rancher, iiite!iels"to apply for permission to lease the following des-  ci'ibecl hind; ,  Commencing at a post planted at, the X. XV.  cor-nci- of lot 2:<2s thence south 80chains: thence  west 10 chains; thence north 80 chains; thence  cast 10 chains to the point of commencement,  anel containing- '-5-20 acres, more or less.  ���������MRS. F. K. RICHTER.  July loth.'iMl. .'��������� 30-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN* LAND DISTRICT.  .DlSTKICT OK  Yat.k.  "I"AICE Notice that Robert .lames McG'urdy.  ���������*��������� of Kerenieos. oecupiition, road foreman,  intenels to apply for permission to purchase NiO  acres ofhuiel, bounded. u.s follows:  Commencing at a post planted about30 chains  north of the iiiain Ashnola river, about 18:!  miles from its mouth and one chain north of  trail, thence west 40 chains, thoneo south 1(1  chains, thence casta 10 chains, thence north JO  chains to point of commencement.  ROBERT JAMES McCURDy  IT. C. N. Etches, agent.  July 1-th. 1911. :io-10  '. Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  FIRJE INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE.       - KEREMEOS. B.C.  LOOK  We are  Clearing Our Entire Line of Ladies'  and Gentlemen's Shoes, Men's Hats  and Suits at Cost  We  must   have room for our new stock and in  orner to do so we are giving you the  advantage of,  buying at cost.  If you are doubtful come and look over our stock  which is tlie largest and best in the valley.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G.N. R. Station  MRS.  A. F. KIRBY,   Proprietress.  PtMi6-on-Kerenieos  FRANK  RICHTER & CO.  FIGURE OUT  ������  ������  ������  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DlSTKICT Ob' YM.h: ,  'PAKE Notice that I. Alexander George Tfar-  -1- vey. of New Westminster, occupation,  mechanic, intend to apply for- permission to  purchase 1(10 acres of land, bounded as follows.  Commencing at a post planted aboutG chains  north of the main Ashnola river and about 17  miles from its mouth, and adjoining -IT. C. N.  Etches pre-emption, thence east SO chains:  thence south _0 chains: thence west 80 chains  thence north .0 chains to point of Commencement.  A I.EXAXDER GEO. HARVEV  If. C. X. Etches, agent  Julvl-th. lilll. H0-10  Makes the round  trip ���������between  Kerenieos and Penticton  everyday and  Meets All Trains & Boats  Making Close Connections and  Affording Rapid Transit  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK.  Vol.' Vlir. issued May. 1901), contains 1.500  pages, with nearly SO per cent, more matter  than the preceding edition. The chapters  ���������with mine descriptions and on statistics  have been carefully revised and the bulk of  the matter therein is  ������   ENTIRELY NEW  There ale '_'"> chapter.  COVERING : Copper -History, Geology.  Geography. Chemistry, Mineralogy. Mining,  Milling. Leaching. Smelting, Refining, Brands,  Grades. Impurities. Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology. Deposits by Districts, States.  Countries and Continents, Mines in Detail,  Statistii's of Production. Consumption, Imports. Exports. Finances. Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly the  WORLD'S STANDARD REFERENCE  Another  90 horse-power car is  to be added in the course  'of a few weeks.  No Driver allowed to handle  car who does not thoroughly  understand his car and must  exercise greatest care at all  times.  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  __  What; a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  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 something 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.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  _5 __"__��������� 3������������������������������_-_'_3__  *8?  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  >������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  '���������������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������-  ������  *������*."  >:>*_!_  Fare $6.00.   Return $10.00  S. M. STUDEBAKER  Water Notice  1, Mrs. M. K. Brown, of Fairview. give notice that on the .1st day of J uly, 1011. I intend  to apply to the Water Commissioner at, his  oflieo at h'airview. B. C. for a licence to take  and use two ('_) cubic foot of water per;second  from Park Rill, (orMey_rs Ci-oek) in the Siniil-  kaniccn District, the writer is to be taken from  the stream below the continence of tho said  stream and Victoria Creek and is to be used on  Lots (Wis and 1010s Similkameen District for  irrigation purpro.se.  Signed  MRS. M. K. BROAVN. Kuiivicw.  00K OX" COPPER.  Mr. F. Gladwin of the Coldstream  ranch, Ve-rnon, spent the week <rii<l in  Keremeos and was looking around tin.1  valley with Hi-. Goo. Kirby. lie was  lu-re- about eight years ago rounding  up a band of Indians to take north for  the hop-picking   and was so favorably  The Copper Handbook contains, in this new  and greatly enlarged edition, about oil per  cent, more iniitl.er than I.he Bible���������though  not necessarilv a better book because of its  greater bulk. It is illh-d with KACTS of'vita  importance to  THK INVESTul!  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE COXSUMEK  THE MIXER  ... .1,1        i i i     PRICE:   ?'t.00 in buckram with gilt  top. or  inpressed   then   that   he   has   always | ^.Min full library morocco.  ���������w.-uited to i-oine back. Contrasting  the quality of the land here with that  in the upper- Okanagan and also the  prices which he finds decidedly more  reasonable down here, it is not at all  unlikely that he will decide to invest.  Inspector .Spiers of the l-'astern  Townships .Bank is expected in the valley in a few days on his lvgul.-u- official visit and arrangements are being  made by business men of the town  with a view to having the Bank resume tin- regular service at this point  as formerly. It is felt that with the  better prospects for this portion of the  valley and the volume of business al-  readv here the Bank should be fully  warranted in giving us a regular banking service all the week through.  ADVERTISE    IN   THE    GAZETTE  . ERMS; The most liberal. Send no money  but order the book sent you, all carriage charges  prepaid, onone week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  yon all'oi-d not to sec the book and judge for  yourself of its value to you .'  ' WHITE XOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS  SITELDE.V IU'lLDIMi. HOUOHTON  .AllOIL U.S.A.  C.  M.  SHAW  Civil Engineer, .Dominion anil I'rnvin-  e-.iiil Lanel Surveyor.  Office of.l. A.  KEREMEOS  Brown  B. C.  The London Direotoru  (Published Annually)  Enables traders throughout the world  to communicate direct  with English  .MAXUFAOTUHKHS A: DEALEHS  in each class of goods. Bi'.side.s^being  a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the elireetory contains lists of  FA'PORT M ERC.'J I ANTS  with   the   Goods   they  ship,   and   the  Colonial anil   Foreign   Markets   they  supply:  STEAMSHIP   LINES  arranged  under   the   Ports   to   which  they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sa.i lings:  PRO VI NO IAL T.RA DE NOTICES  of leading manufacturers, merchants,  etc., in the principal provincial towns  and industrial centres of the touted  Kingdom.  A copy of the current addition will  be forwarded , freight paid, on receipt  of Postal Order for 20s.  Dealers see-king Agencies can adver-  their trade cards for ������.1, or larger ael-  vertisenieiits from 4L?>.  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR   HEATING  -���������AND    GENERAL  TINSMITHING  Orders  by Mail  will receive  - Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Princet>on  Keremebs-Pcnticton Mail Stage.  LeavesKcremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  XV. E. Wei.ky. Proprietor.  When   writing   Adversers      Please  Mention the Gazette.  Tlie London Directoru 60. Ltd.  25, Abehurch Lane. London, E. C.  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  Magoon and Clarke Seedling strawberry plants for sale, vigorous and  very choice. Prices; per HKJ, $1.2;");  per- 100U.--S 10.00    Order now.  Aug list Fkdv, Keremeos.  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk hanilket-cliiefs etc.  for sale at right, prices  TOMHY SING, Keremeos.  SING LEE  Laundry. Contracting of 'all  kinds, Ditch digging, |Wood  Sawing, Clearing land,'_Cook-  ing and all. kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  BEAL ESTATE MINES  Ajsrent for :   ,  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co,  Keremeos, B. C. >  ""���������^"^""^"""���������^"���������^���������^���������^^"���������Ji^J^  KE RETIE05  MEAT   MARKET  Fresh   Fish  Every Thursday  E. M. CROOKER  NOTICE  NOTICE   .  Certificate of Improvements.  Uu.'iir.ANi) Ki-aotiox.w. AlinomlUlaiia, siiiiate  in tins  Osoyoos lAIiniiiK  DiviKion w' Vule  District.     Where Located: L';ua|i l<'airview  -T-AKIC notice that  I.  It. II. VarkiiiKon.  as  ���������������������������        agent for  Mrs. riuibara Wcl/iii'dy Free  "Miner's Certiilcate   Xo.   KKLTdJ,   intend   sixty  days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining'  Keeorder for n Certiilcate of  Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining-a, Crown Cimntof  the above claim.  And further take notice that, action itnrfci-  seetioa ',',7 must be commenced before the 'h-huq  of Hitch C'ertilieates of improvement.  Dated this 8th day of June, A. I)., 1SIII  -3-1(1 P.XOIIAHO IT. Paiikixuon  SLMILKAAlKKX LAXIl DISTUICT  insTiuiri' o:-' vai.io  r|*AlCK XOTICI-: that I. Robert Carew j\nn-  J- strong, of ICeremeos, 11. ('., eieeiipiition  rancher, intuniU to apply for permission to  purchase the followinir described lands  Coiiiiiiencinir at a post pluiitocl at the northeast corner of lot !)71s: thence west .'ID chains,  then north (i chains, more or less, to the similkameen Uiver: then following the nieandei-inus  of the rivereastcrly to the pointof comiiionce-  iiKMit, and contiiitiiiif,- twenty acres, more or  less.  ItOHKHT CAitlCW AIlIUSTROXtl  jMayMth, Kill  TRY THE  Hedley   Gazette  FOR  Fine Job Printing

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