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 ' c.  ''  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume XI.      Number"2Q_  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 191o.  ������s^t>    $2.00, In Advance  OVER-SEAS CLUB  TOBACCO  FUND  N.Thompson ���������     phone seymocr5943  ',   mok. westkrn canada  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers        "'  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices and Warehouse, 817-tKi Beatty Stroot  Vancouver, B. C.  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodpe No. 43, A. F. & A. M.,  are held on the second  Friday in  |l  each month in B'raternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  A. CREELMAN,  W. M  Post Offiice Dept. Works  With Club to Augment  Worthy Fund  PATRIOTIC SMOKER  IS  BIG  SUCCESS  <     L. O. L.  The Regular    meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1744 are hold on  the first and third Monday in  overy month in the Orange Hall  ������?   Ladies moot 2nd and 4 Mondays  Visiting brothern are cordially invited  A. J. KING. W. M  C. P. DALTON, Scc't.  re. f������. BreowiN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel. No. 27  PENTICTON,  P. O. Dkawkk 180  B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL  ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  U/altejrpjayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  J. HOWE, flanager  Roller Skating- on Tuesday and Thursday  each week, from 8���������10:30 p.m.; admission  25c, skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:30  to 5 p.m. for ladies 011I3-, free.  Also open for Dances and Other Engagements.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  EGGS FOR HATCHING  From imported heavy laying  strains of.  WHITE WYANDOTTES   and ������������������  Single Comb White Leghorns  Day old chicks for sale about end  of March  A few White Leghorn Roosters for  sale  James Murdoch  Sterling Creek,       -       Hedley, B.C.  ���������WHEN"   WHITING- ADVERTISERS PLEASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  _f x  x  Grand Union-f  Hotel  X  X  X  %  HEDLEY,   British Columbia S  X  X  ���������  X  ������������ Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  ������C First-Class Accommodation.  Jj. Bar. Stocked with Best Brands  X of Liquor and Cigars  _.  X         .-     ���������  A.   WINKLER,  X  X  X  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  Proprietor   *������  Postmasters all over Canaela are being circularized by the Overseas Club,  whose tobacco fund deputation has  secured the co-operation of the Perstal  Department in their- campaign to raise  funds for the purpose of keeping .the'  men at the front supplied vvith tobacco.  The deputation has supplied each  postmaster- with a colored poster depicting "Tommy," kit-laden, with rifle  all ready, but he has stopped to light  his pipe and in true Cockney style he  says, "Arf a mo', Kaiser."  History repeats itself, as we recall  that on that other- great occasion when  England was threatened by invasion  by the mighty Dons and their tremendous "Armada," Sir Walter Raleigh  and the English nobles were engaged  in a game of bowling on the downs in  the south of England. Suddenly the  news was brought that the Armada  was in sight. Preparations had been  made to signal the news all over Eng  lanel, which was .done, bub on the  words of Sir Walter, "we have time to  finish our game and whip the Spaniards afterwards," the game was con  tinned and history tolls how great was  the defeat of the hopes of Spain and  her inquisition.  In the attitude of the British soldier  toelay, .who calmly 'says, "arf a'mo',  Kaiser," we see the" same indomitable  .opitit. which, ^conscious that it& cans-*-  is righteous, sees victory ahead even  though over terrible difficulties and  against great odds.  What terrible scenes must these men  witness in the interval between dawn  and dark, when nature mercifully veils  the horrors from their sight?  What nerve-racking hours must they  endure, sin rounded by shrieking death-  dealing shells, at all times conscious of  their mission and never knowing when  the call will come, for them' to advance  and take their* share of the terrible  work ?  What dreams of home and loved  ones will intrude upon the terrible  scenes of carnage and strife ? If there  is anything under Heaven that would  help to make these brave men, these  heroes, forget, let us give it to them.  If there is anything that will add one.  iota to their physical comfort, they  are entitled to it, then let us give it.  Away with the Puritanical, hypocritical bosh that would deny these heroes  their- smoke, or their game of cards, or  whatever other comforts they ask.  Are they not giving their lives for us?  Are they nob living nearer-than we to  tho command of the Great Peacemaker, who said "greater love hath no  man than this, that a man will lay  elown his life for his friends"?  In bhe posb oflico you can see bhe  poster, in the drug store you will find  the subscription list. For 25 cents the  Overseas Club is able to supply 50 cigarettes, 4 ounces of smoking mixture,  a box of matches anel a postcard. The  postcard "is a most pleasing feature,  bringing as it does, the sender into  personal touch with the receiver."  The man at the front whose heart, you  will have gladdened, will show his appreciation by returning the postcard  with his thanks. What finer souvenir  coulei you ask ?  These parcels of tobacco can only be  sent to the men at the front and not  to soldiers in Canada or England.  This need not interfere in the least  with any other- contributions you are  making   to   Red   Cross,   Patriotic or  The smoking conceit held Wednesday evening evening in the Opera  House was an unpreeedenteel success  it was more, iii fact the only -possible  criticism one could make would be the  continuity of it���������it isn't fair to say it  was long, there was nothing long  about it���������except some of the performers were pretty long.   ''  It was a smoker, red^ hot, sizzling,  scorching, a real salamander of a  smoker, such as one would expect from  Hedley, the machine gun town.  lb would be onb of the question to  reproduce the program in the limited  space of an orelinary weekly paper.  Some of it was pre-arranged, some of  it spontaneous and some on the spur  of the moment.  There were songs, speeches, recitations, boxing, sparring, wiestling, and  occasionally Chairman H. Jones would  announce a tune on the band.  The band was there too, with the  music���������a repertoire from the Marseillaise to the Maple Leaf for- Ever.  A rousing speech hy Mr. McLean, a  report from Messrs. Jones and Dalton,  with regard to the pirti iotic funds, a  speech by Mr. W. Young, Water Controller, of Victoria and others.  Mr. Foung spoke in complimentary  terms of his impressions of Hedley and  of the meeting, and in a few words encouraged those present to reneweel efforts in  what he designated  a noble  1  cause. His remarks were greeted with  hearty applause.  There were smokes a_iel ref i-eshments  and everyone enjoyed a real, informal,  good time, even' the doctor admitted  that ho wasn't downhearted yet, although we live in one of the healthiest  val'eys in the whole of B. C.  The affair- closed by the singing of  the national anthem.  HEDLEY SCHOOL  TO BE ENLARGED  Happy the community so blest with  children that it must have a- school.  But happier- still when conelitions demand an addition to the size of that  school.  Hedley^has always stood high in the  matter- of her- school and the training  thab her children have received,��������� bub  never higher than she does today.  Through the careful, hard work of the  trustees the school has been de'velopeel  to a degree of efficiency that at the recent examinations placed her in the  front rank among the three in all the  province who passed 100 per cent, of  their pupils.  ' Through the work of the trustees,  the Government has been induced to  build an addition to the present building and make some other- improvements, which, when completed will  give us one of the finest little school  buildings in the Province.  Secretary S, I_. Smith is in receipt of  lhe plans and specificatione for the  new room and improvements, and for  lhe convenience and benefit of all con  eerned has left the same in the stole  of the Heelley Trading Co., where they  may be seen by anyone interested  enough to go anel look them over, also  for the benefit of the contractor- who  may want to give an estimate on the*  work.  The improvements iricluele a school  raorn, cloak room, lavatories, a basement with a complete hot water heating plant and electric light throughout,, and .when-finished' Hedley may  well be proud of her school house.  HEDLEY VISITED  BY STRONG WIND  VEGETABLE ACREAGE IS  LARGER THIS YEAR  other tobacco funds;  you will  never  miss the additional two-bits.  Now  then,  don't forget  the  list is  at the drug store.  PRINCETON  BEAT  HEDLEY, 8 TO 5  1915.  15,000 acres.  410    "  290  225  375  5S  Quite a crowd turned out Sunday  afternoon to witness the ball game,  but had a long wait before the boys  from the coal towrr arrived.  It seems they left Princeton about  12 o'clock, in two autos, and all went  well until they were about five miles  out of Heelley, when the axle broke on  one of the cars. This necessitated a  return to Princeton and it was well  after 5 when the team finally arrived  and the game began.  It seomeel to be an off day for the  heavy hitters of the local team and  most of the heavy hitting was elone  by the tail end of the line up with the  exception of L. Robertson, who scored  a run in the fifth. This inning seemed  to be elisastrous to both sides, 0 of the  thirteen tallies being made that inning.  Princeton played their regular- lineup and had the advantage of our boys  in that respect as Knowles and Prior  were absent. But in the battery line  the coal town men were clearly outclassed, Bill and Roy Corrigan retiring  9 men via the stike-ont route, as compared to one Hedley man who went  bhatroad.  Umpire Wagner showed a very  impartial spirit, his judgments meeting with popular favor.  Vegetable. 10U.  Potato 13,350 acres.  Onions      390     "  Tomatoes...     455     "  Cabbage ....     215     "  Beans      580     "  Celery        70     "  In general, the condition of all veg-  e tables i*-. reported better than ab this  time last year. The unirrigated uplands of the Interior, owing to the  heavy anel continued rainfall, will give  much larger yields than last year,  while, in a few cases, the lowlands  have been flooded causing partial loss  of the crop. No insect pests or diseases  of importance on the vegetables are  present yet. If favorable conelitions  continue, the total production of vegetables should exceed last year by  about 15 per cent.  R. M. WINSLOW,  Provincial Horticulturist.  Victoria, B. C.  Satin day afternoon about 3 o'clock  Hedley was visited by a storm which  in the very short duration of a few  minutes wrought havoc with the telephone wire-*, and blew down trees, etc.  It appeared at first as if we were  about to have a thunder and rain  'storm as we had several pi evious afternoons anel the storm seemed to be  coming from the direction of Twenty-  mile Creek, when suddenly the wind  came down, it blew the fire bell tower  out into the street and caught the  telephone wires and brought elown  several of the poles, cross-arms, wires,  guys and eveiything. Nearly the  whole system was affected, the only  wires left intact being the long elis-  tance to Princeton.  Several trees were blown down and  the buggy shed of the Palace livery  was totall demolished anel the buggies  blown down into the hole.  The Daly Reduction Co. shut down  the power- and at once set to work to  release the electric light wires so that-  no one would geb hurt by touching  wires that were crossed with the electric current wires.  Princeton was called up and in a  short time the line men were   on   the  job of clearing   away   the   debris  and  ���������c*  and getting read to reinstate the service.  It is expected that a few more days  will see the work completed and the  overhauling that the system will geb  as a consequence will put it in much  better^ sliape.. than ,befor*-. -, ti\e.^��������� hia_-������  storm.  HEDLEY MINER MAKES  ACCIDENTAL   STRIKE  In the Manufactures Building at the  Vancov-u' Exhibition will be a display  of "Made in B. C. Products, that will  compel attention and is significant of  the growth of a movement that is of  economical value to the whole of B. C.  The Nelson Annual Fall Fair will be  held this year as usual, the dates set  being September 23 and 24. .  The Northern Constrution Company,  which constructed a mill on the Upper  Fraser River for the purpose of sawing  lumber for use on the . C. N. R. has  shipped 3, 600,000 feet of spruce lumber-  to Edmonton. The province realized  bhe sum of $5,500 in royalty and stum-  page from this shipment.  ���������. ������   Accoreling to circular- letters which  have been sent out by Liquidator Benson of the western dinners, he has  given an option on the two plants at  Kelowna and Penticton to the Kelow-  na syndicate which proposes to tun  them this year, and the syndicate will  have until March 1, 1910 to buy the  plants at the price of $40,000.���������Penticton Herald.  A new find was ac-cidentlv made on  the Campbell claim on   Puella Bay at  Herb lake by Mr. Bowerman, of Hedley, B.C., while passing over the claim.  The  discoven-y consists  of a three or  four vein containing  large  quantities  of arsenical iron and galena.    In  fact  the vein is reporteei to be almost pure  metal arid pans  coarse gold freely.    Tt  has  been  traced for a distance of 500  feet   and   looks   very   promising,   although no work has yet been done on  the property.   There are a laige number of claims in  this  locality situated  in  good formations,  on   which no attempt has been rnade to do any  woik.  A small amount of work done on these  claims woulel very likely uncover some  rich eleposits anel materially assist  the  development of  the  camp.���������The   Pas  Herald.   _  The August issue of Roel iJiin in  Canada published at Woodstock, Out.,  by W. J. Taylor Limited, and now on  the news stands, makes good reading  for the sportsman. Its stories of hunting and "been there" desciption of  various outings in Canadian woods  or on Canadian waters are in line with  the vacation season and the magazine  is one well worth while tucking into  the club or dunnage bag when setting  out on the annual summer vacation.  The cause for the widespread depression in the coal mining inelustry in this  province is largely attributed to the  importation of fuel oil, which according to official statistics increased  from seven million gallons in 1911 to  one hundred an ten million last year.  The equivalents of these quantities on  a tonnage basis from'a coal production  view point are that in 1911 the fuel oil  importation displaced 35,714tons, while  last year the tonnage dis placed a-  mounted to 814,185 tons. It is readily  realixed that this tremendous displacement last year has had a serious effect  on the production of coal.���������Princeton  Star.  -.-���������. ii~:  ?��������������� *fj^B  ������' r-*-*-t-" ���������  -'���������������#���������1  ��������� fy&M  -- rr*_i  ��������� '0'Hl  MM  - mm  * ���������*���������**������'_  ���������  prC****!  .'? *-"-*���������  -l-iv,*!  .: **_-*-  ***-.aJ?J.  <"'"*'Sl  ..r-41  ''������������<\  -if  *-.wV*-l  ..' ������X I  ���������> _*������������������>_  "-���������-.'  .'Ail  I*-1  m  it  *__  m THE HEDIEY GAZETTE, AUGUST  5,   1915-  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year $-.(KJ  "   (United State*,)      '-'.SO  Advertising Rates  Measurement, li lines to the incli.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  ��������� - -inch," S1.00' for -one 'insertion-,* 25 -cent* for  eat-li r,ub.->cqiiont Insertion. Over one inoh,  10 coiil-- per line* for- ilr-bt iniortiori and;5  cent*, per lino for each subsequent insertion.  Transients unyablo in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������Une inch per month  $1. _5: over 1 inch and up to 1 inches, 81.1X1  per inch pur month. To constant advei tKoi-s  taking larger -.pace than four- inches, on  application, rates -will ho given of reduced  c-Iiiu-gcs, bused on size of space and length  of time.  Certificate of Improvements 8 III. 00  (Where more than one claim appears  in notice, 3-.50 for each additional  claim.)  A. B. S. STANLEY, Editor  THE WAR  ' for machine   guns,   ami. when  ithus   equipped,, the   -Britishe-i'  | has been mote than ;i, match for  tho phlegmatic Teuton.  Thus, tlie second year of the  war opens under circumstances  much more advantageous to the  Canadian  soldier   in   the  field  <      .1    i u..  t. .     aud as he is already well feaied  by the German, with the added  equipment he will be invincible.  In the meantime the Allies  are rapidly overcoming the  handicap of men and munitions  placed upon them by the far-  seeing German, and the end,  however distant, must be the  same, tlie ultimate and complete  triumph of the Allies.  Tho     magnificent      response  from almosl every city or town  of any consequence in  Canada,  to the cry for machine guns,  is  one or the mo_t sublime  movements in the history of this terrible war.    Towns whoso people  were and are suffering from the  business depression of the   past  two years, gave cheerfully  and  willingly, anxious  to   do   their  part toward.--, tho cause of liberty and truth.    This conies more  especially as a rebuff to the ambitious Kaiser, who ignorantly,  but no   doubt   fondly,   thought  that Britain's colonies would desert her  the moment   that he,  the Great  German  Kaiser,  der  clareel his intention   of forcing  Great Britain to ad on the  defensive.    To this arrogant, self-  11. i , * ... i  appointed dictator, the attitude  ������������������*-*      i       i '   * i Hi' i ���������  of the colonies must have been  a tremendous shock. No doubt  his elaborate system of espionage had suggested that the colonies would half-heartedly raise  a few companies of men, possibly recruited from the idlers  and. ne'er-do-wells. These, he  no doubt supposed, would not  be of much assistance to the  -'insignificant army"' of Britain  and would soon fall before his  veteran legions.  But alas for Teutonic hate  and .German intrigue, the colonies arose as a man and began  the preparation of the greatest  recruiting movements in their  histories, and the peace-pursu-  ing agriculturists and . laborers  became trained soldiers, and the  industrial centers are becoming  munition depots.  Canada's share in this has  been a large one, although de-  barred from giving the money  ���������wanted for the battleship^, on  account of, political disagr.ee-  merit, but when the need arose,  Canadians, regardless of party,  have come forward readily and  ���������-.'!��������� ���������.-���������-���������; II.      ii!."  Tf    :������������������������������������'���������   I ���������:\:'. :,Vf;      ���������'���������'���������'.  heartily and have given, first,  themselves, th|e yery bes,t .of the  young manhood of the country,  a,nd then their money and their  unquestionable. British loyalty,  and support.  After the months of .warfare,  we have learned that the Teuton, with his years of prepared-  ness,  not with rifle,  but with  t!  ..���������-������������������        ;��������� ������������������'     .-ii' ���������t.',_, '���������'   -'l'- '::���������'��������� !���������   .-���������;���������������������������'I.-1  machine gun. It is true, the  bayonet, the.tradit^nal yiotpry-  getter of tho British, army, has  driven the enemy out ���������.of .many  a, trench in this war ,ai������o, but  CHICAGO,PAILY,  PRAISES BRITAIN  .    -I .   irl1'r -*u*       <���������<    - *-, ���������  I   '.  ,  J     MINING NOTES     \  . i  A strung vein of high grade ore was  run into last week on the Black Gr-ni-  se.    North Foik of   Carpenter-   e-.ieek.  The-   stuke   was,   encountered   in   the  ci-iit-scut tunnel, 210 feet from the poi-  tal and about  200 feet vertical  depth.  i  The ore body is between three anel four-  feet in width. The claim is under  bond to Burner and Hughes from J.  D. Ryan, and is situated about two  and a half miles fiom Thiee Forks*.���������  Sine.in Record.  The recent shipment   of  thiityfoui  i \        . *      i i  tons of ore from the  Union mine,   in  Franklin camp, ran $S0 to the ton,  ac-  ccoiding to returns just received from  Granby smelter- by the managei Lewis  i . ' ' i 1   *i t ^   >' "   ,  Johnson.    The  heavy   transportation  charges,  covering   a   wagon   haul   of  thirty miles, and smelting charge*; to-  ��������� i i        *     [  tailed about $25 a ton, so that the   oie  _ ~l   i ' ���������* ���������  netted the owner   about   $55   a   ton.  . , . ��������� i       i    ������������������>-, i  Two more carloads will be shippeel   in  the near future���������Phoenix Pioneer.  The Rex mine, on J*[ine-M|le creek,,  formerly the Sixteen to One, old elevel-  opeel property in the Coeur d'Alenes,  together with the Rex Mill, at Bunn  station,  on the   Nine-Mile   branch  of  r    ' ; ,'   i   ,  "       I  the Northern pacific, now being oper-  (-'-'      *' ' i ��������� i      . i.'.-iVil  ated.hy the Tamarack and Custer- Con-  ���������   ��������� ��������� . ���������������*,,,- > ��������� t  solidated Mining Co., was solel   a few  -  c **^ ��������� i i  days since to J. O. Stewart,   secretary  of the Spokane Oil Exchange, and _*"few  York associates, at a reported price of  $200,OQO or- approximately 13 1-3   cents  a share, payments to   extend   over   a  "-1   i'.   '   ,:������������������������������������ i   =.- ������������������'       ���������'., !-��������� i       .   ������������������  period of two years?.    George Rumber-  ger. Phoenix, B. C, and O.   B   Smith,  - *   ' ���������_ ' t    i        ���������*     '���������",���������'_     ** ' r      .*���������-������������������<���������    V  Vancover, B.   C,   superintendent   of  "���������*.     ���������-.���������;������ '   ���������.!- i ��������� :���������". r -,,:,  ,  mines for the Granby Smelting Co. are  "-'7  J.,'*/   (,,���������,"���������'   's-'--ii     *if"-i  irf,i,i/*:  among the   principal   stockholders.���������  Rossland Miner.  ���������7   "*������������������   .'���������-,'     y".i'   <  The.Eure.ka Placer mining C,o.,\yhich  is operating   on, the   Nprth, Fprk, of.  Rejck Crieek, B. C, has  been   washing  out considerable quantities   of  coarse  gold of late, some of which,  has been  ' i  bought   to   Molson   the ,past    week.  Some oftthe gold flakes, were   almosb  as large as a dime,   and   had   such a  strike been made in   Alaska  or some  other distant corner of   the   earth   it  ���������-.>������������������ ..."������!:-;���������,������������������.:���������!���������:������������������:.���������. i.���������'-.-.-.'���������); .��������� .  If .-  ������������������ .* i':-- '  would have caused astampede.    Frank  .-.-���������   ���������-.    -;.;-.   -.������������������-..'  ���������...>!��������� ���������.-.' ���������'��������� .���������������������������:- ���������- ,   .      .   ���������' !������������������������������������  Houghton, one of the   owners   of the  1������?'     .-:-.���������-. .!���������������������������... ���������!' ''I   ���������:- .������������������-..���������V ��������� -���������������������������!. -.:.,; ���������������������������  property says the coarse gold is being  tiilceh from an old river bed  and   that  (Chicago Daily News)  ,'    II ,   '   1 Hi***-! '   "  Here are some of f-hc, .things Britain  is doing.  1. Holding the seas for the ships of  ,        ,   i     i ��������� -i    ,       ���������   i        ��������� ,7  her allies as well as for her o\yn.  2. Protecting the coasts of her allies  as well as her own.  3. Struggling in cp-operat,ion with  the French, to smash the Turks and  win tho Balkans for the alliecl cause.  -_.    Rendering great aid.   to . French,  and Belgian troops in resisting the t,er  ible onslaughts of the Germans on  the  left wing in blre west.  5. Making loans and, supplying  inunuitions to nearly all, of her,-. Partners in the war.  6. Pursuing a financial policy in  Soul heastern Europe likely to promote  the cause of the nationalities.  t   <r  Putting into the field more thab ten  time as many men as she e,ver, promised.  S. Guarding her own soil and, peo-  ploeple against an invasion, which,   if  r  it came���������and it is believed to be far  from impossible���������doubtless would be  the nioj-t savage, the most sav.age, the  most unsparing, ever known. With  how many men? Well, with enough.  To hear _oine people talk, one would  Mippose that upon Britain were laid  the duty of defending every land but  her, own.  Biitain's wealth and sea pem*er and  military power are the one sure safe-  guaiel against the tiiurnph,of Geimaiij-  y's unparalleled,war machine-.. With.-  out Biit.iinV help France anel,.Russia  certainly muvb have been ci u&hed.  Without Britain's wbole-liear-ted part;-  icipation in the war, who,will,say,that  Italy would have ventured, to challenge  the mighty and, merciless Germanic  coalition?, W.ith Britain, out, -of the  struggle, would.there ha.ve bee-n ,any  hope of the Balkan States daring , to  move?.  "And Britain���������nev-i-r tor-get it���������wajs  not, compelled to gn to tlie. aid of  France. Come what might, >might,  the most that ever Biitain, promised  France wei esix divisiont-^���������iaO.P^men.  i She. was not in honor bo���������unel to *-*enel  a single soldier more. She could,have  stayed out of the war. Germany had  begged her to stay, out of the war.  Disgraced she might have been���������as  Britain think, must have been���������if. ehp  had left Belguim and France and European liberty to their eloom.  Monty} jBf -p. jitter  \ll^-]pE8jJN you sesxr,ci subsermtipi^" <*o magazines, or order  ��������� ���������������������������'��������� goods out of town, or pay small accounts at a distance, do not place the actual cash in the envelope. Thou-''  sands' of-,',d;'ollars are lost every year through fire, robbery  or'mis-direction. Use the Bank Money Orders, issued by  the. bank.. They are. payable in Canada and the. United  Stages, in any sum up to fifty doJUars. "'���������  Their protection is well worth their small cost.  78 Year* In Business.   Capital* and Surplus $7,884,000.  He^^^rap!ch/'r-'   " -      C. iK^ALTQ^^n^er  ^uF.  Hm>LEY GAZETTE  JOB' DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF-  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  TRY US .  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills, of Faro  Memo Heads   .  Butter. Wrappers  Visiting Cards  WE GIVE SATISFACTION  >���������  ���������'���������  L".PfllaN,TI-Na  PftPER-MNGING  TERMS MODERftTB,  DnLY, AVE., .-   -.  ntUilty, B.C.  the contract. ,6'|  Tenders vrlil not be considered unless made ������j  out on the forms supplied, sighed'with the nc- *i|  tunl sigrniitui-o of the tenderer, and enclosed iir ?fl  the cm elopes furnished. "    ������,f  The low est or arry tender nor. necessarily ;_J  jacceptcd.  J. E. GRIFFITH,  Dcjnity Minister and, public Works Kngiueer /fj  Public W^rks Department,  ''  Victoria, "B.O..'July -8th, 11)15.  29-31  ff|  ���������  f  41  where the odds in nien has. been  so heavy against them, the  British have realized  the need  they have as yet hardly gotten into  the pay streak but are only just coming iuto the margin of the. old riverbed and have just reached the edge, of  bedrock. ' They have eight claims  staked out put, have installed a sluice  box, and areitaking water from a lake,  located on the hill about 200 fe,et above.  The water- haying such, a great fall,  makes it an ideal hydraulic mining  proposition. A number* of men are at  work, on the proposition and as soon as  "!-1v..-.-.-.-.l.-J..r.".7I,!jir.-j/-*r������!-.J-.|'>i..ri'   .������'���������*. ���������������������������>��������� i  '.-..ill  It  they get in a, little .further, some, big  nuggets are expected to .be encountei-r  ���������������f,JE?-i|..j        ���������*..-... ���������jSri.-iWM~-'l)\<t:   :��������� ...-iMvirl  ;   ll:  ed. ? A good deal.pf fine gold is   being  obtained from the surface   sand .and  .-   -T.-J   ���������.���������.���������.i.ir.-:;i-?������t.. '.-..r.-.-:--���������.-..��������� ������������������>~i\.,<\;< -y^-ff.M ;  gravel run .through,the sluice box. but  the coasie.gold is coming fr-omt small,  space of bed-.rocktuncovpi-ed.-r-AIpls9n  Leader.  "But she could, have done this.  Few nations - are . without disgrace,  without   historical   pages   they   fain  *������  would obliterate, Britain   was not at-  .- - -*  tackeel.    France and .Russia- were   at-  'v I ' - , *  tacked.   Britain might have   awaited  > i i   **  the onset���������as Amercia is awaiting the  onset. Britain might has stood clear,  ,i ��������� -���������     ���������  . ���������  might have husbanded    her resources  ��������� i -.. -,  of men and money, might have  loom-  ,i .i <  ed over the stricken aelversaries in the  end and claimed hegemony of Europe  for  herself.  i  ���������Britain did not do so.  I i >  'She threw her trident into the scale.  She threw her sword into:, the scale.  She threw her gold into the scale���������and  she is incalably rich.  'She threw into the balance her im-  pressive racial   record,   her-   prestige,  her unrivalled   diplomatic   skill.    She  .. . - ��������������������������� c--.--- -.-���������:-- .-������������������������������������ -.(���������>���������! -.-������������������ ��������� ,:.-.. . '������������������  threw���������is throwing���������will throw    into  ���������     'i. ���������;��������� -*.'        :' ! . ,"-..���������      .,'���������   i '���������      .-'!!..      ���������    ���������>  ''  I'-  the balance the whole puissancs of her  ��������� I    '���������; .*-,     ,-.!���������.-. -. :   :i-.' -..;:���������-.������������������:   ���������..   .   ���������  i . *  Empire.  'And all for- what? for the principle���������  the fruits of the principle���������of the liber-  ty of the individual against the elespo-  M NM-el ��������� Piat&  ������������������ BarDer' Sliop.  SflT,l������FnCT,0?y, SnrJlTnRY, ���������  This shop it equipped with  Baths   and  all   the' latest  - *���������   - ! ' ���������<���������  Electrical  Appliances.  W/T. BUTTER, -  prop.  NOTICE  -HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN^  HEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date   First-CIass.Hotel ^  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  N-.QrTI.G-E--  S1MILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  District or Yal*3  Edward  li-f'.-.   {  tism of the State.  f ������������������;���������������������������������������������(���������������������������   -----  'Britain, one can believe, may. be the  authov of some acts of she is not proud  ,-r-may have done sorne things to cause  her, looking bjick. upon bhi^rn wi^i, full,  lighb to wish they hael never heen:  done. But in this war this old and  proud.democracy is unf.oldi.ng, apply-^  ing a material s.tren������-rt'������[iand a moral  splendor that for conntjess ages after  this conflict is stilled will,, be shining,  uhdicamedamid. the fir-st glories of  history.'  TAKE,NOTICE  that.George  Tennant,''of Vancouver, B. C,  occupation',  Broker, 'int.nds to apply'for permission.-tb  purchase the following described lands:���������'  Commencing* at a post planted forty (40)  chains'- 'n'6'r't'h' of "the,' _b'uthwt__t *cbrn_r of,  Indiar^jReserye No. 2899,_abqut four.mjles  South of the confluence of Stirling Creek.  find SimilkaTrneen'RVver, 'tli'ence e'ifhty (80)'  chains , south, thence twenty, ,(2Q) chains  west, thence eiglify (80) "chains no'rtlj,  tflence'twenty-(20y-_hains east to pbtnr^  of commencemeiit, and cqntainiug Cjne'  Hundred .and Sixty Acres.  GEokGii Edward Tennant.:..  Dated 15th day of June,--d.S. 25-10;  , GeftiliGate of Improvements  QBEpoN, St. Bernard, Winch^stkrand  . I     STAyAGE'TVIi.ner'al C*luiiris, situate in /he  Osoyoos lV_iriingf Divisfoii oF Yale* District.     Where'' lopit.eid:   On  Sixteen  Mije, Creek.  TAKE*NOTICE that L.W. Shatford, H.  I ' A.' Turner, T. JQ.,' Pickard ari^ F. H.  French, Free Miners' Certificates No. 93,-  2i'6B',"9322__,;"9by77B, afi'd 93217B,'Tritehd  sixt}- daj*s from date hereof, to apply "to  Jlij������, Muling. Recorder for, Certi/icati**;-of  rmprbvements',' for the piirpoSe of' obtaining Crown Grants of the abpve claims!'.''  And. further .takenotic^that action, u.n-  der section '37, must be commenced bef-jre  the issuance of 'such Certificates of Irii-  provemen.ts. ''  Dated'this'llth day of June, A. D. 191,5.  22-9 ' ' "F. H".' FRENCH, Agent%  NOTICE TQ CONTRACTORS  QlCALED.TEXDElt.S. Hirper-seribod /"fonder  ,, . for Hedley School," will be received by tlip  Honourable the Mlii'lstior of t-uriliti' Works up  to l.'o'clock.-iioon of T.uesday, tho-_',t'r.lday| of  August, li)JL5, for; tho. erection and completion  of a roo'rii'audition to' sohool-hoiiso' at Heitlloy,  In tile .^imllkameoii Klcctor-al District, B. :C.  Pltins, speciflcatiqus, contract, anel' fornis of  tender iiiiiy bo'seori on anil aftir'tlie'-tli'd'ay pt.  Augiist, 19U.nt the olliccsiof Mr> J. _t, Brown!!  to' ;'���������' " "'���������"'"'  lyca-nrnoii.t .Agent, Kairvicw. B. C; Mr. J.'  ilionely," GoVoi-nitVcnt-'Agent, Vahco'uver,-B,"  C.\'M_'-',S.'-Zj.'-Sihit'hj' sccr-otary tp ,the School  ^pard, Hedlqy, B..C; or the Department p.!  'Publ\c'WorkifVi'cW'i'a, iil61 ' '''"'1':"!';-.' ''  -',,Intpnding,tonder_r*ican obtain one copy of  plans arid ispociflcatipiis of the abpve school.,"  _y rtppiyih'gf to trio uridb'r'sigiicd'with'n;' deposit'  M toii'di*-lars (91u),^^  .thpir return in gbpd order-., '���������'"'. ''  ''Eacnpropb'sal'mi'lst be acconipanipd by'an:  accepted bank chequo or cei-tifloato,-of .do.ppsit:  on a chartered bank of Canada, maeio payable;  t6' '>iio1^2-:oH6fr-_t'iile,' _lVo'-'-Vf-illstcp*'of'' -i^ubftp'.;  .Works, for a.s'nm.equal.to lp.per, ..cent, pf.^eriv  der.jWhlch^hdUbe.forfpitcd if the party tea{.  dorinBv'fl^In'b''l������''1ih'toriTntb' co'rl'tnLct'.v^heri,''  crjlcdupon todoso.or- If ho fail to .complete.'  the'work contracted for! The cheque's'or coij-".'  tiHcatos of ''i-p'6'n'it;''6f'unsiicco"s8r'ul' teiniercrs.  ���������w-llj ,be .retui-nod to thonr upon ,thc exocutipn of  Synopsis of Coal'Minin^ Regulations  r\OAlj mining rights of the Dominion, di  vy Manitoba,' Saskatchewan and Alberta,  tho Yukpri:iTo(rr:lto'ry,-: thfo! Nti'i*,th-!-west Terri-  tqrios nr'ia ln: ii portion of the' Province of, British" 'Cblnrhbih, may bo-leaS6a,<fcj_*ft.''toi?m jof  tweuty-ono year's at an annual rental of $l'an  acrer. '.-Not1 rriore'ttha'n 2,600 iie)ros'wl::>be ileased  to one uppliciui *>.���������'- ���������   ���������   '������������������������������������������-. ������������������:   .:;���������".���������������������������  ; .Auplic-atifm for a leaso must bo niado by .the  applicant m"p6r_bn'to thd'A'gorifc'or Sirti-A7erenfc  of the district1 IW 'whicTi the rigrits applied for  are situated;.;.. '.'������������������,:  in'sirr-veyedtei-ritpvy,' .the :land nnrpt]bo described' By sections? or legal slrb-'divi'Sorii of  sections, and in unsurvcyed territory tho tract  applied for- shall bo staked out by the applicant  hi^splf.--''- ������������������������������������'��������������������������� ���������'"      ���������'���������'���������   "������������������ '"���������������������������'��������� ������������������"��������� -V-Ik  Eacti application must be accompanied by a  feo of $5 which will bo refunded if tho rights  applied for a'ro ;not availeiblo, but not oMjor-  wise. A royalty.'dhWl.be paiel on the mercH_nt-  ablo output of tho mine at tho rate of live cohta  pelton.   : ' '''!���������������������������"'  Tho pel-son operating the mine shall furnish  tho Agent with sworn returns accounting "for  tho full, quantity of merchantable. ��������� inllicd  aiid:-Wiy.:.CKb''MyiUty''*th^ ' coal _iin-  ing rights lire not being operated su retflt-ns  shoulahbe furnished at} least pnee a year.-'.'���������'}'  Tho lease winiholude tho'coal'mining rights  only, butithe-lesseomay bo perrrrittecEtopvir-  chase - whatever kvliili-ble ^surface -rifth't? lpay  bo considered necessary for- tbo working of :the  nfln'd'fc..-iaie';W^ >' "V '���������''.'  For fullf.iriifb'i-mafciobiapplicatjon should, be  made to th'e" Seor-otiiry^ '6i*tti- "Departmeril* of  tho Interior, Ottawa, or o any Agent or'Sub-  Agentpf Domirilpn^nds,..- ���������   '.���������'������������������    '-*''  W. W. CORY,  Depnty Miplster.of tho Interior.  i i -  y- '���������!'������������������'���������'.,- '���������' .���������      '-.-;��������� i   ������������������ j  N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will nob bo paid for. !)-6irl      ������.  -4-Wt- THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, AUGUST  ���������---���������mi     i   '   r-~^-���������   . i' '    t^���������        in.iu  ______  5. 1915  loiMw^.tr-' ,*il!  * M" I'VI >i*--������'������ (-  August 13th is the date for the Vancouver Exhibition.'  ,    .i-r* ,.--, 7  J. D.-prass r-etiirned. Saturday from  -a visit to .Gr-e'enwpoel.  .* r  *n *i t  Mrs. R.Boyd and son Robert were  -visitor^-^erenaeos' the eiu-ly par,t of  "j:he week.  'Bob 'McCurdy, th**, Keremeos ��������� boy  who loRt his eye at the front, is expect-  ���������ftd arrive home today.  i     *        -  J. Wirth ajtrd family, andiMiss Ruth  Bowerman,   left   last   week for    tlie  i. I     >���������������   ��������� i ���������    ,      i    ���������  -Coast, via the Hope trail.  C. C. Obittenden,,druggist,  of Pen-  -. *i I        ��������������� i *  ticton, who is on an auto  to in   of  the  district, visited He'dley ye-sterel.iy.  -������_���������"���������_������ -.������-_?_> l-_ .i  and will fit a 14 infh.' shaft". It came,  til ph-'a rlat> car Mdnctny, and'^occupied  all of the car.   It weighs about 12Jf,nn.(  Rev.G. D. Griffiths'is visiting   j(-*ilh  * '     '- ' "l"    si       :'  ,      ' "i  Mr., and Mrs. .Ai-thui* Clare,1 arid   will  /!,,,'-  J -  -   'I  ' ,   -'I* ���������  ''  'conduct; Divine-worship in the Chinch  of England on girnday'nrorning at 11  and'in the evening.'-at' 8 o'clock.. All  i.      *r * t* l+ rr **ju- * M ^ '  are cordially invited.  tributary streams.   The lower sectiein  .ir ' ���������    '��������� ..     im'  ''���������    '      - "     <���������  .pf,the map wjll arrive shortly and   together they,will pake tJJie r������os������,, corn-,  plete blue print of the valley,   in   the  district.  Princeton Base ball clul\ is advertising a shirtwaist ball at Piinceton on  J?iiday evening. Mrs.  orchestra.    Gentlemen $1.00  Judge Weeks and wife and   boy,   of  Penticton, spent last weekend in town.  ��������� *    ���������  ', -i   ��������� ���������      ���������>'���������������������������  The-y were accompanied by the formers brother, who hales from the Goner,  DAJeno. country, "and,   think    very  highly of the .Similkameen.  ' >.'~' i   ,   ���������'���������     ' '     "  There was a short intercessory, service,  in the Chiuch of (England on' Wedm-**. .-  ���������2    -     *. ���������'    ���������'       ,P v . >*������.-���������,  day evening,  when  <Ki     -    ,.,     , i* -,,  '' A tpail is, being built to  the t piining  claims on Indian river,  nob  far  from  Vapcpver.    George A.   McLeod  says  that the district is rich.in copper,  and,  that many operators from the United  States are already   looking   for locations.���������Ledge.  ITH the  't   >  ' really  i present increased cost o������ living it is   ���������  ''��������� "i11       '*        _��������� it.   "   i '        _ '       i  a serious question.    If-you! can {jet a   Y  you-  get  ( "      t- ���������-_.- v __������ A  few in ore-loaves1 each .bake day,, .would you.not.be .-<*  prepared-to at'least'try ,the, flour, ���������wh.ich, guarantees. ���������  '"       " fder a sack   J  it does not' 'a  As we go to press the distressing  news was brought of the accidental  drowning of little Roy Critchley- son  of'our local shoemaker. The accident  occurred at Keremeos .this afternoon.,  No particulars are available abpresent.  intercession was'  rn.ide for- the success of the Allies in  their fight against oppression and  militarism. Rev. G.i D. Giiffiths  officiated.  Leigton's  G. E. .Rice, publisher pf the Pas  Herald, New Manitoba, was a visitor  to Nelson Friday and spoke veiy  highly of the new  gold  fields.  'Word iyas received las,t nigh,t that  Archbishop Casey would be in Penticton to, ,cpnduct services in the  Catholic Cb'urch on Sunday AugusD  -8th.  Members of the Golf Club will com-  i  pete in the August competition for the-  monthly medal next week.    This, will  in all probability be the last competi  tion prior to the Merrill Cup contest,  and  it  is hoped  that there will be a  full turnout.  The  storm   Saturday,   .blew     down  several tree's, one fell   ejuite   close   to  Si'hubert's house on Irene- and   Scott  t.. - * i i      >   . ���������  St*., and one fell quite* close to the home  of G. P. .Topes. The Hegomi tennis  club also suffered a little at the hands  of the. storm. "  | OF  ������PS>������������������8������'j  INTEREST TO ������  8  this.result ���������������������������OU$ BEST.    So why, pot ore  next timeV and if you don't like'it���������if it:  suit you���������we  will ch'eerfnlly  refund -you  the  full  purchase price.  GEEEliMAN &  LYALL  "STORE OF QUALITY",  ADVERTISE  IN THE  GAZETTE  r������Mit,TRa'^ii:;6iio6oiafe!  '^     Clip this advertisement from     ������        Mmumiimmimiiivmimammmagmggs  Clip this advertisement from  the Hedley Gazette and mail  it to us today. In return we  will send you, without charge  generous samples of our famous Chick Food and Growing  Food in order'that you may  test their- wonderful values.  State name and address and  nerirest post office, also name  and address of your dealer.  T. Basel, of Princeton, came to town  Mrs. J. D. Brass returned yester day  -    ,   , .     i, . TV .-,   -i .... "   T    i It*"  from Moosejaw where she had gone to  '*-**���������������      *       *-- I  *   *"j*  ', .      ,    -,l tt> ,        vi,I. ��������� -  visit her son who was very   sick   and  I I  who passed away   the  morning after [Fiiday bringing a Httle bear cub   that  'Tier arrival. thi*y had caught within 100 feet of his  ranch house. The cub attracted a  agraetdeal of attention by his antic.*-,  'fie was finally sold to Mr. Ascel, of  the Nickel Plate.  Charles M. Mutch, representing   thei  I 1     _J       -    r- . T  -Confederation Life Association, wkh  his headqarters in Vancouver, visited  -our town Sturdily in the interest of  his  company.-  Bible class will be held on Sunday,  -Sth August, in the church at 2:30 p. m.  Subject: .The Kingdom-Torn Asunder,  1 Kings, XII, 1-24. Come, and. bring,  your bibles.    Teacher, R. G. Stewart!  I am prepared to teach a limited^  number of pupils" on the piano anel-  organ. Terms on application. HohJetr  of diplomas from the Royal Acadojrnjy;  of Music and Musical College of London, Eng.    Marjory K. Smith.       27-tf  As a result of.- the general- rains,  which fell over the entire-province last;  week, the fire,hazard is .less .than dur-,  ipg a normal-season, and-virgin timber,  is rendered safe until about August  1st.  Divine service will be conducted in  the church on Sunday, August 8th, at  8 p.m. Subject: "The End of the  World." A hearty invitation, is e__-  tended to all, Preacher, R* G. Ste,war;t,,  The Daly, Reductrem .Co. are thj_*  week unloading, .what* is ih*-" largest'  pulley ever.maie in British Columbia.,'  It is 16 feet, in .diame.ter,with a face of  37 inches.   It will be .used .in the  mill-  Vblujine. 1 minjberi one of the Spasm,  "a per iodical of compunction publish-  ed every now.and then tor the benefit,,  of. thos<- studiqiisly inclined,", and,  which' bears the Coalmont postmark,"  caine to our^tji^IeiSatirrday. The in*.-,  tail number makes us hope that others  4w(ill,,bt=-, fo}.tjhcfl*^^ng-in time.  , ** "i f *-���������  The, dance }j5?;r_hptbaseball boys   Friday .W-Irile nqti^e^irewell attended was-,  thoroughly  enjoyed by   all   present  An auto load orPrrnceton people*came  ,        1*. - ' I   "-I J _ '  over- a^nd   madje]   the streets resound,"  with.patriotic songs   as   they passed  "thipugh.    Their'coming added   muqh  --   - ,    ~    *i.   -    *^^  Lo the pleasirre.of the dance.  ,    i      ' .  . ���������- "i    i'v i..".  A.'.T. Horswill and family returne.d  Sunday,evening frpm whatwas.a vei-y  Pleasant vacation, at Granite Creek.  While away _is.'T.* rnade a, record as a  guesser at the "Machine Gun Party"  held at the Granite Creek -Hotel:  Wondei-jif i"ie could guess where we  go.tthe newS"T7i-eod,it in the "Spasm".  8  I  |    ftr .  r-  H The VANCOUVER MILLING  ������ and GRAIN COMPANY, Ltd.  ft  *->j' Vancouver,' Bt C-  Roual Victorias  Nual,Patterson  ���������and,some splendid .  Chocolates in Du'ik.  11 ii   > i ���������        i ������j  Ii6di6ubrufl& Book Store  He������clle>v������ B** <^������  SEE THAT IT IS  Made In Canada  HEDLET MEAT  MAISIiET bi-b  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats alwaj-s on  -J hand.    JTresh Fish  on ���������  sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMQND, Prop.  4  IS A SPEGIALTY WITH US  C.* P. Dajton-hasj-jp'st procured a blue.-  ,prrn.t,map,s|jjOwjng.-the valley of the  ^uijiilkajjnee-ri.. Tl"[e,inap is *_2x5_*jnchesJ  apil.shosw's,f,j,l|thie.uoi^ning claim*? along.!  the waters of ,tlw. famous Similkameen  T.    i    I''    ���������"  l ���������' m*-:*"    i-!i . ���������' i ' **  . T-i'll V'***'.'-  f  ���������3TX&&IS  **amm  Glotiiinfl Ji!������ ^nisjini, Jr)0is, Siiop  H,- iG*-. Fireemanihiis^decided th-i^li.is st*pclc is ,-OjC* large and  he. ni,ust,have,rnpiiey,  $12,000 Stock placed-in-.the-handsi of-Mtii_*he_|d ������& Branstpn,  of Vancouver, to be cleared out in t*vw_- weeks. ThijSus  a genuine sale at prices never heard-of-before in this  part of the country.        lA/A'T'CS'-rf-*-  Pf1.*1  ������_  ������  Store closed Monday and Tuesday to mai-k.davyn.goods'  :������-4T    _r"^  n ���������   ^__jf ���������  MEN'S, FURNISHER  HEDLEY, B, C.  AVE You ever coiasiclered'  the quality ofyoi^r work  from  the  standpoint o������ carefl|l-  type composition and .efficient  proofreading ?     The repiitatipn  i  of this house for good pi^tfog  has   begn*  established thrQUgh  ������icpi|racy r ^^^r^^^ny^.j^:,,.  little detail^..   S^iid ,ypur: ipifinlh  ing here and we^ will do ikmghL  1.1  .!_  I?  TWe  BJiiiniiH ' _^^   _jr-J|-: H :-_nri_ -���������_- -  H      H   iU/tI :''|}-'*A___������r^������'.'  *'0ffi  $$������6������k:  HiEE-MiE^,.  ��������� 'la'kiv-v,  ���������  tZ^MBSm  . _rit___t __i***_in_-(T''"  ^-aM������<  ���������^ssd-M THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. AUGUST 5, 1915  KEREMEOS  A. Robinson received a.car of,  feed Monday.  Miss   Olive   Vader  spent the  week end ut the Manery ranch.  Some of our-young ladies are  enjoying tlie bathing this week.  Mrs. R. Boyd, of Hedley, came  in Monday for a visit with Mrs.  Mad ore.       ��������� ��������� , .    ..  Come to the Red Cross Lawn  Social next Friday night at Mr.  Harrison's.  Born���������To Mr. and Mrs. Car-  'tnichael, a daughter on Thursday, July 20th.  The first of this season s  tomatoes were consigned to  Hedley Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and  Mrs. Honeywell spent a few  days camping at Ashnola last  week.  R. J. Smith, District Freight  and passenger agent was here  last Thursday in the interest of  tlie G. N. JR.  More campers at Ashnola, Mr.  and Mrs. W. Ii. Quant and Mrs.  Quant's mother and aunt, both  Mrs. Robertsons.  Mr. and Mrs. Crooker, Miss  Fern Bemish and Miss Traub,  made a trip to Hedley in Mr.  Burn's auto on the 2nd.  ' The new section foreman, Mr.  Couman, arrived on Thursday  to take the place of Mr. Bovillo,  who is going to Spokane.  Another car  of fruit leaves"  here this week, gathered by the  Keremeos Land Co. and shipped  to their agents in Vancouver.  .      A. B. S. Stanley, of the Hedley  Gazette, was a Keremeos visitor  between  trains    from Monday  ��������� afternoon to Tuesday morning.  Miss Traub,   of   Bakersfield,  Cal.,   arrived     last    Thursday  morning for a   visit- with  Mr.  and Mrs. Crooker, cousins whom  she has never seen.  -      Mr. Porter, his wife and little  " Ruth left for their home in Nelson last Thursday, and Mr. Frith  has again taken up his work in  the customs office.  Some of the young boys are  becoming quite proficient riders  the practice they get on the  front street helping them to get  confidence and' control.  Mrs. L. A. Clark returned  home last Sunday. Geo. Riddle,  of Hedley, and D. J. Innis and  family took her to Green Mountain, where they were joined by  Mrs. Forbes, then all went for a  joy ride to Summerland and return.  Some of our boys have been  amusing themselves and charming the neighbors with the  musical practice they have been  holding in the opera house. We  highly commend the boys for  their enterprise and hope their  number will be augmented, and  why shouldn't the talent in  Keremeos be organized into a  band or at least an orchestra.  the damage would have been  igreater, as the . hail there' was  larger and there was more of it.  ��������� Mr. Arthur Mattice went to  Hedley last Wednesday.    ���������  Miss Winnie Manery visited  Keremeos friends last Tuesday.  The Bank Inspector, Mr. Ross  was in town last Wednesday  and Thursday.  Miss Hattie Innis spent a few  days last week at Similkameen  with Mrs. Crooker.  Mrs. Kirby, George and Misses Rita and Mildred made a trip  to Oroville to see the dentist,  Dr. Ketchum.  Mrs. Robertson, of Belling-  ham, Wash., is visiting her niece  Mrs. W. H. Quant and her  brother-in-law, Mr. A. Robertson and family.  Miss Daly returned last Wednesday from a three weeks visit  with Hedley friends. Miss  Avonia Jones came with her for  a short stay among friends.  ."Rough on Rats"clears but Rats,  Mice, etc: Don't die' in the Hoiise. 15c.  and 25c. at Drug and Country Stores.  PflLfl6&  L>ivery, Feed & Sale Stables  HKDLEY   B. O. -  H A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  I'hone 12.  D. J. INNIS  Proprietor  With this issue of ohe News we bid  to Che-saw community farewell, next  that we issue will be published in  Orient, Washington and our present  subsribers will lie furnisheel with the  paper- published there until the expiration of their subscriptions.���������Chesaw  News.  Prospectors  |IIIIIIIIIIIIIHNWm-_-i|*-llff-_-g-----W----_-_l  Attention 11  Beaver Lake Gold Fields  Herb Lake Gold Fields  THE PAS  MANITOBA  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing lana, Cooking  ana all  kinds of Chinese  . Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  HeMey's Tonsoriai Parlors  For' a Good Haircut  ���������*..-.-.      ., jjnd Shave   ......  BATHS  IN CONNECTION  R. HILLIARD   =   Prop.  KEREME0S-PENT1CT0I\T  ROYAL MAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves  on  arriv-il  of 9.30  and 4 o'clock trains.  Baggage ar-rangeel for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO     STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels   ���������  Where Are  Your Interests  IF Are they in this community ?.        .  11 Are they among the  people with whom you  associate ?  Ii" Are they with the  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  busibess ?  is the point of entry, and  outfitting station for the  -GOLD FIELDS" of NEW  MANITOBA.  BEAVER LAKE * i s  reached from THE PAS by  steamboat and road; HERB  LAKE by the Hudson Bay  Railway and trail.   ,'  Numerous prospectors  are on the ground, and  many' promising vein's have  been located. Work, now  progressing, is most encouraging, both as to ore body  and value of quartz. The  extensive area furnishes an  ample field for hundreds  of prospectors.  Eor further information,  . write���������  Secretary of  Board of Trade  THE PAS,  Manitoba  (Received too late for last issue)  The hailstorm on tlie 25th did  little of no. damage to the fruit  on;the/ bench,, but  had there  been more fruit across the river  If so, you wfint to know what is happening in this community. You want  to know the goings and co-nings of  the people with whom you associate,  the little news items of your neighbors  anel friends���������now, don't you?  .  That is what this paper gives you  in every issue. It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests, and the interests of this  town. Is your name on our subscription lists'- If not you owe it  to yourself to see that it is put  there.   To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  Gtors!  HERB LAKE  New Manitoba  Prospectors will find  our stock complete  in every line.  W. H. BUNTING  The Pas,  !i  Manitoba  r  Full stock oh hand .of---  "MASON" &  "SCHRAM"  Fruit Sealers    ALSO  .  Extra Tops and Rubbers  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Hedley Trading Co. Ltd.  -Wpv  the pleasure of life in  your country home,  this summer, with a  Vidtor-Vidlrola.  There is nothing that "will so fill the  summer days and evenings with  pleasure and enjoyment as the music  of the Vid-or-Vidlrola.  And it's such inexpensive pleasure,  too���������with Vitfrolas from $21 to $305  and Vidtor Records at 90c for ten inch,  double-sided. A few dollars down  will put a Vidtrola and an assortment  of Vidlor Records (your own choice)  in your home, today, and a small  amount each week will keep them  there. Ask us about our easy-payment  plan.  Vidbrdla VI     $33.50  With 15 ten-inch double-sided Victor Records  (31)  seledilona,  your own choice'. J547.00  Sold on easy terms, if. desired.  Other Victrolas from $2! .00 to' $305 (on easy  payments, if desired) and ten-inch, double-sided  Victor Records at 90c for the two selections at  any "His Master's Voice" dealer's in any town or  city in Canada. Write for free copy of our 450-  page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000  Victor Records.  BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO.  LIMITED  'WMsSlk   Lenoir   Street, Montreal   __ DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY  Vic_tor Records���������Made in Canada���������Patronize Home Produces    ���������__ 560-302  ___5_3_t______S__. "'"'"

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