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The Hedley Gazette Apr 29, 1915

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 a._a_*sa!!j|������g  -O"   r  >    i **v     *\..  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  -r- -f-if---1,/- ^losiSD-ilimlS  , .-   .', . rrohf.'i'Cj _*-:;j^  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, AP11IL 29, 1915.  i������^    $2.00, In Advance  OBSERVANCE" OF ARBOR DAY  The Objects for Which It Stands-Are to  the General Advantage of Canada.  _>T. Thompson i*hoxb seymour 59V)  MOR. WESTERN CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  SteeIt'Manufacturers  -    " Sheffield, Eng.    *  ' ' Office-; and Warehouse, 847-03 Beatty Street  Vancouver,,B. C.  A. F. & A.M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. .3, A. V. & A. M.,  aro held on the second Friday'in  each month in Kraternity hall. Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.,  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  A. CREELMAN,  W. M  L. O. L.  Tho Regular    meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1711 are hold on  tho  first and third Monday in  every month in the Orange Hall  Ladies mccf2ntl and A Mondays  Visiting brothcrn arc cordially invited  '  A. J. KING, W. M  C. P. DALTON, Scc't..  DR. J.  L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home o'fice in Oroville, 1st  to 2Uth of each month.  Office  on North'0 Main   Street.  R.  Ft.  BIROWiN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tni.. No. 78  PENTICTON,  P. O. Dha\vi:k 100  B. C.  P. W. .GREGORY .  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  WalterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  ���������JtOXlSY TO  LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  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 vv;yandottes    anel    Single Comb Whit������e Leghorns  Arbor Day is not observed in Can-  aila to Lhe extent whlc.Ii.ils importance  warrants., British Columbia must ever  keep in mind her dependence upon her  forests.    With practically 85 percent,  of- hi'r area suitable only for forestry  purposes, it is essential that the value  of trees and their protection should'be  thoroughly impressed upon Canadian's.'.  There is r.o official.recognition given  to the sutrject'of Arbor Day in British  Columbia, .although' there ' seems ,no  dtinbt  that public, opinion  favors its  establishment as'a holiday and its observance.     The  obsci vance "of Arbor  Day should be.general throughout this  country.    There is need in every part  of  Canada, for  the 'education and instruction which Arbor Day represent.'**.  The day should be nb-erv'ed as a public  holiday,   at a  time most suited to the  rclimatic   conditions   of   the   locality.  Public recognition should bo giveri to  Ai-b'oV Day'* anil the planting and protection of shade trees, the preparation  of flower and vegetable gardens, and  the  thorough  cleaning  up  of   hornes  anel suri-oiinilings'should be advocate-el  as special duties for the day.  Arbor Day has "its justification in  'the value of trees, from whatever  point of view they may be considered.  Nothing contiibutes so much to make  the/world a pleasant olace to live in as  trees. The true- home feeling is not  saf,i-fied without the presence eif the  trees, with their shelter and shade,  their beauty of form anel leaf, their  blossom anel fruit, their varying shades  with the* passing of the seasons, and  their fulness of color in the autumn  days. They also afford homes and  shelter for our leathered fi ie-iids���������tlie  biiels,���������during theii annual visit*-to us.  Theie is nothing which will add  beauty and value to a home oi to the  -uhwi'.nijrtst'-nrt-nV clmii Ciie-pi-sn-Wo -if  trees*.; there is likewise nothing which  aelds more to the comfort of the pedes  triiin than shaele trees on the. roadside.  The- way may be long and dusty, but  under the cool shaele of the trees relief  is found.  It is hoped that sti'ps will be taken  towards the institution of Arbor Day,  and that its observance will become  general; that the planting and care of  trees and shrubs aioiuid scboolhou.-es,  homes, public spaces and by roadsides,  may have the effect of developing a  keener appreciation of the value anel  beauty of trees; and that in thus enlarging the field of Aibor Day activities, greater interest may be created  in the protection of our Canadian forests front the reckless destruction by  fire anel the axe with which they are  threatened.  B. C. TIMBER EXHIBITS ABROAD  Victoria, B. C, April21.���������The campaign/liiected by tln-'.llon. W. R,  Ross," Minister of Lands, in -order to  educate the consuuier in distant mar-  ���������kets concerning the qualities and adaptability'of British Columbia, woods,  has been advance'el* another step, the  first consignment of'Lhe permanent  exhibits, to be stationeVl at important  trade*.centres throughout tlie world,  having been already dispatcher!.  Each exhibit is of a comprehensive  diameter, showing tlie principal wood-  of the Province 'in both the natural  and finished states,. displaying -the  various styles.of manii.ai-liii-ed mater  ial for whifeh'./'Jieh 'pee-ies is adapted.  Acrnmpahyiugithe exhibit sue photographs intended to convey an idi-a of  the extent of Lhe gieat lumbering industry, aiiid showing the rotnse of the  log'from the forest -'to tho mill and  loading wharf. In aeldition, information issuppliel by'mean-, of printed  cards, concerning' tin; qualities and  uses of "the leading woods of British  Columbia���������Douglas fir,"ccdar. hemlock  and spruce.' ' '-'"  The eight sets already forwarded  will be on view at live trail a centres in  the United Kingdom,1- namely, London, Bii nmighani, "Manchester, Bi i--  ���������tul and Glasgow; ajso-at Paris, Shang  hai and Yokohama, iuJ'Lhe.jCajge of the  respective Canadian tir.de <;ojjSnrKsioii-  eis,  and  caiinot   fail;t,o   atEnieit'.the  v.        -jj.-^.   , -.   ..-.-  attention  ol importer**-*     .   -���������-': .,\������?-S-"{_-  j'ears, are subdivision, of former limber licences. '*  At Fort George on May 18th about  30,000 acres divided into lots averaging  100 acres in extent/ si tun led between  Guilfoiel .and Tete Jamine Cache adjoining or close to the G. T. P. railway  on the south fork of the Fiaser Valley  and 39 lots bottom land fronting on  the river in 'Canoe River valley, will  be opened to settlement. Last season  some 80,000 acre*-, containing about'550  pie-emptions, weie opened to settleis  on the south fork of the Franer. Tlie.se  lots, anel those to be opened on May  ISth, an* iii a-belt coveting three miles  on either siele of the railway placed in  reserve for settlement in 1007, some  yeais prior to'the construction of the  railway.  MANY LETTERS ARE  WITHOUT WAR TAX  New Regulations Are Not Being- Carried  Out Without a Little Trouble.  Australia, New Zealand, South Africa,  the east anil west", coasts of South  America and Eastern Canada.  MORE LAND FOR_SETTLERS   fg^-  "Vii-Lorra, B. C.,' April 20.��������� On  May  18th,   at   Vaiu-ouvoi.V Alberni,    Fort  ' At the ollice of the Government  Agent at Cranbrook about 12,000acies  of logired-oll' lands, and at the ollice of  the Government Agent at Feiriie,  about 1,000 acres of similar lands, will  be opened to pre emption on May ISth.  The lots comprised are subdivision** of  former timber limits in various pai ts  of these districts.,- near Oi anbrook,  Kimberley, Fort Steele, War-drier,  Mayonk, Ryan, Toehty, Colvalli anil  Waldo. Last year about 10,000 acres  of similar lauds weie opened in this  distiicl. A lot on which the ic_erve  has been lifted in Cariboo will be open  to pre emption at the office of the  Government Agent at QiicsticI on the  same date. " ���������  Pamphlets dealing witli the Mainland Coast lots, with Malcolm and  Nodlka islanels, the south fork of the  L-Yaser and Canoe l iver lots, and with  those in East 1-ootenny, containing  maps and detailed infoi nialioti, have  been prepared by the Department of  Lands, and can be obtained on application to the Dep.u tnient or to the  Government Agents in the several  Land Recording Divisions.    ���������  REWARDS FOR CIVILIANS  WELL  STATED  Day old  chicks for  sale about end  of March  A few White Leghorn Roosters for  sale  James Murdoch  Sterling Creek,       -       Hedley, B.C.  X  Grand Union |  Hotel |  x  HEDLEY,   British Columbia |  X Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  ���������**������  First-Glass Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  &  of Liquor and Cigars 5  I A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor, g  X jf  ^������s?ie^������r���������^i?D"i'n,������^H������������������*nK%������^^������w������  ROLL   ME   A GAME   AT   ROLLS!  The Winnipeg Fiee Press has got  more advertising out of its essay on  the war contest than fiom anything  else in it's history, and most of the advertising comes from an essay written  by a little Chinese boy of Oak Lake,  Manitoba.  Tlie portion of the essay which has  specially attracted attention is the  following :  "France did not want to light, but  they got ready their soldiers.  " Germany write a letter to Fiance :  'You don't get ready or I -will fight  you in nine hours.'  "Germany to fight them, pass Belgium.  "Belgium say, 'I am a country; I am  not a road.' And Belgium write a letter to England about Germany, to  help them.  "So England help Belgium."  The Glasgaw Herald, which reproduces the essay, says of the above-  quoted passage that the sentence, " I  am a country; I am not a road," is  "worthy of the most brilliant of e*pi-  grarnmatists���������and it is solid truth, as  few epigrams are." As the Manitoba  Free Press says, it is difficult, indeed,  to see how the case for Belgium  against the ruthless violation by e'er-  many could be compressed into one  sentence better than this Chinese boy  has done it.  Contributions to the patriotic fund  acknowledged on April 20th include an  additional $9,888 from the south Alberta branch of the association.  tie! the government agents will open  to pre-cmptois about 700 pa.icels nf  surveyed land.s which have* been hi 1 c-  serve and have* been subdivided for  settlement. The lands alt* located al  points ranging from about "JO miles  fioru Vancouver, near Sechelt, to Sunderland channel along the Mainland  coa.st; on Malcolm, Nootka, Redonela.  Cortes anel Thin low Islands; arljoining  the Granel Trunk Pacific tailway in  the valley of the south folk of the  -Yasei ; in Canoe River valley, anel at  various, points in East Ivootenay.  On the Coast and islands ntimeious  tracts of logged-off lands, former timber licences, which, in -ie-i-oidance with  the policy of the Government to render timbered agiicultural lands available to settlement as soon as the timber is cut, have been surveyed into  tracts averaging _0 acres, in extent.  These will be opened to pre-emptors al  the office of the Government Agent in  tho Court House at Vancouver on  May ISth. These blocks of lots are  situated near. Sechelt, in the vrcinrt*  of Lund on Mahispina Peninsula, on  Reelonda, Thurlow and Cortes Islands  and on Jackson Bay, Sunderland channel. A pamphlet describing them has  been prepared by the Department of  Lands! containing maps and full particulars regarding these tracts.  On Malcolm island 217 lots, each 10  acres, 'anil *10 lots of JO acres each on  Nootka island, will be opened to settlement on May ISth at the ollice eif the  Government Agent at Alberni. Mai  e;olni island, a timbered, low, undulating plateau divided from Vancouver  Island by Broughton strait, was reserved in 1001 as a Finnish colony.  The colony continued for some years,  operating anel carrying on business on  a -community basis. Circumstances  finally caused the abandonment of the-  community system, and the greater  number of the original settlers took up  land individually, others locating on  Vancouver Island and various places  in the vicinity. There are now living  on the island about 250 people, chiefly  members of the original Finnish colony. The main settlement is at Soin-  tula, where there is an excellent school  having an average attendance of forty-  seven pupils, a government wharf,  post office and co-operative store.  During the past summer about 10,000  acres were subdiviped, and is now being opened to settlers,: The lots on  Nootka island, where there has been  much settlement during the past few  Substantial money rewaid.-are now  being offeied by the admiral Ly to the  civilians on the British noi the.e-t coast  for information leading to the capture  or destruction of enemy wai vessels,  including suhni.-u ines, minelayers, anel  reports ol* mines wished ashore. The  awards include: For informal ion directly leading to the actunl capture or  destruction of enemy .war vessels,  down to and including a mine-layer  or siibinaiiiie. maximum. $500. Fin  information that leaels to enemy war  vessel, mine-layer or submarine being  sighteel and chased, the information  being proved correct, although the  vessel was not destroyed, maximum,  $125. For information of movements  of enemy war vessels, or other vessels  engaged in mine-laying or other hostile or suspicious action, the information being proved correct, valuable  and ileliveie-d at the earliest moment,  maximum, $25.  The land rush to southern Alberta  is beginning again.. O. T. Lthrpp, of  Lethbridge, retiunedfroin an extensive trip through Oregon anel Washington, and other western states,  brings with him the vanguard of a  whole army of landseekers, which Instates will be pouring over the border  to take up wheat land there this  summer.  Like any oilier-new piece of legislation the war tax.stamp regulations are  causing a little trouble. -_ Last week  many leLters were held up becau&e of  their not having the win stamp. Some  of these curie from Chinatown and  some.from lhe nri-tocralic puiliensof  the west'end. If the aelelress of the  sender is shown on these letters they  are being sent back with the endorsa-  lion "returned for war tax." If the  adeliess of the sender is not. shown.on  r 1  the envelope the letteio'go to the  elead-letter office.  That many people have been preparing for lhe new conelition of things is  'shown by the fact that half a million  stamps ba\e been sold in the la--L few  elays at the stamp wicket in the Vancouver general post office, anel two  million have been sent to outsiele  points.  These war lax stamps, issued by the  postolifire, are useable also on cheques.  Cheques dated befoie Apiil 15 are  not subject to the tax, no matter if  tlu-V aie deposited "11 oi-'aflel th.it  date. 'A cinque from the United  Slatis dateet befoie April 15 is not  subject lo the tax, no ma Iter when  deposited here fo. uollct-litm, but a.  cheque fiom lhe United Stales dated  on or after April 15 is subject to the  imposition.  In 1 his connection it will lie \wlltto  bear, in iniiiel that J.he bank has no  authoiity to atTix a .-.lamp which the  maker of a cheque has negleeteel to  affix. The party issuing Lhe cheque, is  liable to a penalty of $50 for issuing  an unstamped cinque, ami the bank  i������ liable lo a fine of $10!' shoulel it pay  or certify such a cheque.  The wfii tax upon railway tickets  has been held to apply to e-lectiic rail-  -W?l-T o*-*_lilr__*J  *<rlrtI".-.*'.*n-***n1-!!.-i*S'"-:������   Hckt-ts  and an announcement on the. bulletin  hnarel in the 13. C Klecltit- interuiban  station stales that live cents extra  mus.1 lie paid on tickets of $1 up to $5,  and five cents moie for each additional  $5. This, regulation will apply to many  rates to South \'anciiii\er and Point  Gi ey as well as points further distant  on the in lei urban lines. It w ill also  apply to tickets, iss-ueil on the Fraser  Valley  line.  The total had nut been computed,  but it is estimated that about S1O.000  war stamps have been issued by the  Inland Revenue office. Aheuil $5,000  weie sold last month, but these were  mostly for affixing on containers of  wines. The demand in the last lew-  day.- ha- been for stamps for application to bottles or packages of patent  or proprietary medicines which ein-  biaces every tiling from a corn cure to  a tooth wash, or to go i'mtlu-r up,  shampoo mixture.���������Province.  ON THE GARDEN GATE  TRY TO AVOID TAX  Post Office Warns Those Attempting to  Avoid War Tax on Letters that  Prosecution Will Follow.  Ottawa, April 24. ��������� It has been  brought to the attention of the Post  Office Department that some business I  firms desiring to avoid paying the war  tax have been making arrangements  for the delivery of accounts, bills, circulars, etc., through means other than  than the post office.  This is contrary to the Postal Act,  and a warning is issued that the Post  Office Department will insist that the  law be lived up to rigidly and will not  allow business firms to take any means  of avoiding paying war taxes.  All letters conveyed, received, collected, sent or delivered, in contravention of the Postal Act will be seized  and necessary steps immediately taken  for the prosecution of the offender in  all cases where the law has been contravened.���������News-Advertiser,  A young lady entered- the editor's  room with an air of determination.- "I have a poem," she began.  ''Well," exclaimed the editor, with a  look that was intended to frighten her  away.  "I have written a-poeiii," she went  on calmly, "on The Rear Old Gulden  Gate, and"   "Ob," interrupted the editor, with  icy courtesy, "youdont know how relieved I am. A poem written on the  garilcn gate, eh? 1 was afraid that  it was written on paper anel that you  wantetl me to publish it. If I should  ever happen to be passing your house  I'll stop'and reael it."  ANOTHER SHOCK RECORDED  Avezzano, Italy, April 24.���������A strong  earthiiuake shock occurred at 4 o'clock  this afternoon and lasteel several seconds. It was preceded and accompan-  ieel by deep rumblings. Great alarm  was causeel among the people, who  have not yet recovered from the recent  disastrous earthquake in this section.  It seems that the epicenU-um was at  Tagliacozzo, where several houses and  a historic castle, already damaged by  the last earthquake, were badly shaken. Some tottering walls fell. Assistance has been seut from this place.  V ?-"rxrrr?**'"'���������'������������������������'���������  rfrr^Tvtstmtvnairrrr-***',-'. ���������������������������* ���������-iya-ff^T;t__.'l-l  _:k___?___33i^������Wi_^^  ;^:i- X^M.M^UtM3^dM^t3' A?.??1^.. -BIS  ;____;  ;."T>I-P.O-LiIEl%'GIj  S-BVO  an"d  Simillgiineiih Advertiser.  IT-...*  ' IV  Subsci  '""���������pris in Advanced  ft.  *��������� -v  sioo  '.'.50  Per Year :  ."...'-.  "   (United States).':   Advertising Rates  Measurement. 1- lines to tlio inch.  . /Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, SI.00 for one insertion. 25 cents for  ouch subsequent insertion. Over one inch,  10 cent*- per line for lirst insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent, insertion.  Transients payublc in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  $l.:'."i; over I inch and up to J inches, Sl.OO  pur inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of r.ime.  Certificate of Improvements 810.00  (Where more than one claim appears  iu notice, $iJ9 for each additional  claim.)  GEO. E. FRENCH, Manager.'  Last quar.  li  .Vow Moon  II  1915  Kirst, ipiar.  I'ull Moon  APRIL  1915  Sun. AAon. Tucs. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.]  JI        12  is     10  25      20  ti  13  20  14  21  2S  I  s  15  22  20  0  10  23  ���������Al)  10  17  21  THE ELECTIONS  The dale of lhe provincial elections  cannot  yet  be  fixed  with any degico  of certainty.    Sir Richard  .McBride is  still in London, and as far as Lhe public are aware h.is given  no  indication  of his intentions regarding the dissolution of Parliament since   he left Vic-  toi ia.   It seems evident, however, that  an appeal to the coim.i / niu.-t now be  made upon the new lists which will be  teviseel on the ISth of May,   .-mil   as  it  will takv several  weeks subsequent Lo  that elate before the  lists can be printed it looks as  if an   election could  not  take   place   nrich   befoie   lhe   first   of  June.    Indeed   them   are   some   who  profess to believe that no appeal to the  country will be made this summer hy  the   Provincial   Government;    but   in  view of the very decided utterance of  Sir Richard it seems altogether likely  that theeleclois will be  called Lo the  polls without much further delay.    It  is   beginning  also  to  appear  possible  that a Dominion election  will be held  this summer, though no decision upon  this point seems to have as yet been  reached at Ottawa.    We do not,   however, feel very confident that such will  be tin* case,  despite very decided rumors to that effect,' and shall not be at  all sin-prised-if Premier Borden should  ���������decide to bold another session of Parliament before going to the country. ���������  Vernon News.  t^Eveii'.in' China..I'lCe war song of the  j**i---������j>?v       '.^^     --.^ ^ *>JV .  lovfef^-^". i.*-'r'r irtfHt-iiVa^t the streets and-in  the'-r3i'fe*-.'.'-'T\irer_-ffc'Ss sung as follows!-:  ,v?> "*-*    ---'' -*A:* , *  '���������"--Shi"ko yiian-lu t'a'o Ti-po-lieh-Ii,    ::  'Pi yiiii li'tjib liSiiig't.s'iio,  Shi k"o yuan hi lao Ti-pn-lieh-li,  Yao c.hien Lei ssu wei'i h,' *  Shi ko'y-iau Iu lao Ti-po lieh-li,  Tan,wo hsin tsai no rh.  Germans aie not unfamiliar with the  song in the following words:  !_s i.-t selli weit zu Tippeiary,  I_s- ist sehr wi'it zu geh'h ;  It's, i.-t sehr weit zu Tipperary,  Oni elen lichen Schatz zn sehn;  Auf wiedersehen Piccadilly,  Adieu   Ijcicesler squaie ;  Ks ist sehr, sehr weit zu Tipperary,  Und inein Meiz ist, soschwer (oder  '���������hehr").  A veision which has become popular  in France is as follows;  O'est tres loin jnsqu'a, Tipperary,  Ties loin ju.-quii la :  O'est ires* loin j'.i-qu'a Tipperary,  Loin de mon amour la-has!  Au revoir, Piccadilly,  Adieu, Leicester Square.  C'esl bien loin, ties vers Tipperary,  A mon coeur si eher!  Pcihaps the most interesting version  of   ������������������Tipiierary*'  is   the   hiflian   which  inns:  Biiira Jin- hai Tipperary,  Bahoot lumbah koowch wo;  Buna ilm   hai Tipperary,  SaUi pas pownchenay ko,  Ram.  ram,  Piccadilly.  Salaam.  Leicester- Squaie,      "���������'  Buna, hurra dm- hai Tipperary,  Lakhi dil hooaye phus-gnyah !  ONE "SPOONFUL GIVES"   -    ,:; ��������� l?         . A&TONJSHING RESULTS  -���������- Hedley.. r.ijsi'denis are^ astonished fit  '-the QUrClS Eclults from the simple  mixture of huckthorn hark, glycerine,  ete.,'knowh a.s'Adler-i ka. This remedy  acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel  and is so THOROUGH a bowel cleanser that it is tisY-d successfully in appendicitis. ONE SPOONFUL of Adler-i-  ka relieves almost ANY CASE of con  stipation, sour or gassy stomach. ONE  MINUTE after you take it. the gasses  rumble 'anil'pass out. P.M. Gillespie,  Druggist. .  H owi^Wi 11 You * Protect Xoiir  '*'���������" " "     arid' "the children- shbuld yiou, fall '.ill' or lose.!;your/em-  r\       '  ployment ?   Have yoii ^rnbn'ey-4ita"'t^ the  ,. family over until you are'''on your feet" again ?  ' Evbry married man should open an account in our  Savings Department arid .put-by a part of his earnings  ���������  every,week or month.  Such ii sum, earning interest, will be a, welcome  protection for the family. A Savings Account may be  opened with one dollar.". ...  PAINTING  PAPER-HANGING  , ���������* KALSO/VtlNING  TERMS MODERATE,  DnLY AVE.   -   -   nEDLEY, B.C.  "irrV="W)***iWtJ������VK;:t- i>----L_-K-_TC*������_r_:-r-������������'*yf|T-^  78 Yeaws In Business.  Hedley Branch  Capital end =">"������������������_.���������_*. '���������*'*��������� BFA.OOO.  C P. DALTON, Manager  TEN  YEARS  AGO  (I-Vom the  Hedley Gazette ot April  27th, 1905.)  THE ITALIAN CRISIS  Negotiations between Austria and  ���������Italy have reacheei the critical stage,  ami will either enel in Austrian surrender,of much territory or war between the two countries. If Austria  yields,.the German Alliance will have  acknowledgeel its weakness and helplessness, and Italy will have sold at a  high price the advantage the Entente  Powers have won for her with the  sword. Italy can sell the valor of British, Fieuch and Russian soldiers, the  heroism of Belgium, the. martini spirit  of Belgium, anel take the price in Austrian territory. Or she can join these  nations in their defence of liberty and  honor, and pay the same price as they  for all that she claims from Austria.  What she obtains in that way she will  hold, but Austria can giveno guarantee  that Italy would he alloweel to retain  any property retniireel as the, price of  refusiiig to as-ist the powers who arc-  fighting her battle: . Paris seems to  think that the situation Saturday in  Italy meant an early declaration of  war. It is thought that the concessions and surrenders which Austria  proposed are not sufficient, while the  Italian demands ate so great as to  invite rejection.���������News-Advertiser.  The Gazette is busy moving this  week.  Tho Board of Trade will meet next  Monday  evening.  Heal estate is changing hands at  vei y good prices.  J. Ii. Kennedy, chief engineer of the  V. V. & E., was in town on Sunday.  Jas. Wallace has leased the Princeton hotel at Princeton to Bert Bryant  anel his partner.  Mr. Crawford, auditor for the Daly  Reduction Co., came in on Saliirel.-iy  nigliL's stage.  Mrs. Hard wick returned on Tueselay  from Vernon, where she attended the  Sunday school convention.  A new stoi e-biiilding is being erected by J. A. Schubert on Haynes street  to the east of his present store.  Oliver & Gladden are putting up a  real estate office on the lot between  Love's drug store and the barbershop.  A brand new piano arrived in town  last week for T. D. Pickard, coming  through from Penticton in good shape.  Frank Bailey has been making bay  while the sun shines.-/He has taken  options on most of-tlie-ranches on One  Mile ��������� creek.  ,C. H. Chapman, who has been on  duty as tippleman on the gravity tram,  left last week to represent his ranch  to the south. '  The Messrs. Pelerson have been negotiating for the lease of G. Sproule's  building on Haynes street with -r view  to niakinir a three-storey hotel of it.  "Similkameen feyer" is the way that  the Phoenix Pioneer characterizes the  widespread interest in this district,  which is prevalent in the .Boundary.  Harvey Tingley ' journeyed out by  Frielay morning's stage on a short holi-  elay and business trip lo the Northwest Territory, where he has a claim.  Geo. E. French- left for Vernon on  Friday morning for a short holiday  and to attend the wedding of his sister who was to be married on Easier  Monday.  The school has moved from the  Gazette hall to the building formerly  occupied by them on Ellis avenue.  The new school which will be built by  the government is expected to be  ready for occupancy after the summer  holidays.  J. Ii. Way and W. Dunn returned  on Sunday from their winter's trapping tour on Ashnola cieek. They  oblahicel some beaver, considerable  mink and some other' fur, anel seemed  tothiive on bannocks and bacon anel  Lhe spoils of the chase.  The Licence Commissioners for the  Nicola Licensing District met in Hedley on Tuesday anel transferred the  licence for the Commercial hotel from  W. J. Henderson to J. K. Fraser, and  of the Hotel Hedley from D. G. Hackney to AV. J. Henderson.  KEREM'EOS-PBi\TTlCTO_J  ROYALMAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves  on   arrival   of 9.30 J  and 1 o clock trains. }  Bagga'ge arranged for. \  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO    STAGE }  CarsCn.il at all Hotels \  Hedlcy's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  R. HILLIARD   =   Prop.  JKOTEL SIMILKAMEEN '���������  MEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date   First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  . *W*v  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re part 212.25 acres, of Lot 1823, Group  1,   Osoyoos   Division,   Yale  District  . (except 40 acres).  ���������RJOTICK is hereby -{riven.that I shall, nfcthc  ,1N expiration of one month from the date of  the publication hereof, iHsue a Certillcntc of  Indefensible Title to the above mentioned lands  in the name of William jVI. Dean, unless in the  mean time valid objection is made to me in  writing.  The holder of the following Document, relating- to the said lands, namely: "Deed dated  January 17th, HlO.'i, ' Susan Louisa Allison to  William "M. Dean," is required to deliver tho  same to mo forthwith.  Dated at the Land Uogisti-y Ofllc.-o;' Kamloops,  this i)th day of April, lill'5.  ���������C. H. DUXI5AH.  13-5 District Registrar.  fc-r  "Rough on Rats" cleais out Hats,  Mice, etc. Don't die iu the House. 15c.  anel ���������5e. at Drug and Country  Stores.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  f)OAL milling rights of the Dominion, in  "���������^ Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the North-west. Territories and in a portion of thu I'rovint-o of 1'ri-  tisli Columbia, may be leased fora term of  twenty-one years at an animal rental of SI an  acre. Not more than'..(Kill acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must tie made by the  applicant in person lo the Agent or Hub-Agent  of the district in wliieh the rights applied for  arc situated.  Iu surveyed territory the land must bo described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurveyod territory the tract  applied for .shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Kach application must bo accompanied by a  fee of ������5 which will bo refunded if the rights  applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo paid on tho merchantable output of the mine at the rate of live cents  per ton  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  tho full (juantity of merchantable eoa mined  and nay the royalty thereon. I the coal mining rights aro not being operated such returns  should be furnished at least once a year. -  Tho lease will inelndo the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be pormitte to purchase whatever available surface rightH-rmiy  be considered necessary for tbo working of tho  mine at tho rate of ������10.00 an acre  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary of tho Department of  the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. COItY,  Deputy Mini-tor* of the Interior.  N.U.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. il-Oln  Done in the Most  Artistic Styles  Large   and   Modern   Plant,  giving facility for prompt execution of all orders  AT  lm  Our Ideas are Effective^and  Our Work of the   Highest  Standard  THE  HEDLEY, B.C.  Satisfaction Guarantee  E_S_C_B-__SB  i  I  ttmMr  J.....  I  t. .-tot   THK .HEDLEY.GA.Z&rmf.APRIL 29. 1915  -n____L________^____- -   -    ���������     ���������'���������_** -   /-     _.*       J.l     % *   t    ' i  * j I  1    f   *  Tim Griffin pulled   out for Phoenix  -���������on' Wednesday's train.  '   "     Dr. McEwen paid an official.visit to  the   Nickel   Plate   mine   on   Monday  'morning.  J! 0.'(Peridray, of Vancou'vi-, liiuiiii '  "fact nrer  of  "Bapco"   paini ���������,,<���������'was'"'in  ���������     Hedley hetwcen Liai'n*- mi WViluesd.-.y.  l'_ '   F. JT.[ Fi-unch'and   A, T.'  Iloi-Uvill  i." inolored up to'Prine-elon  -hi Tuesday  ' -evening on" h'usihess. *" *    '  Mr. Matthews,   of Vaiu-oiiver, jmid  ��������� ;  .Hedley an official vjm'I in ihe interests  ���������of'tho Imperial Oil Company. ,  '---   -'A'Very'.eiijnyalile pr-nm ,.������������������������-ivi* vvhi-t  puny   was   held   at  the home of Mrs.  ';       AV. C. Lyall last Thursday . vcniug.-  Owing to the aiinouiwement of an  : entci taininenton May.o'lh. tin-date of  ;f the Oichestia'Ball has'bei-ii f-hauti-'d  ������������������       from the 7th lo the 1-llh in-i.  F. JI. French and family, irM-umpaii-  ied by A. T. Horswill and 1"_. A. Si-liu-  heri, motored up the'valley as far as  Tulameen on Sunilay. returning the  s:ime day.  ������ On Monday J. Beale completed Lin  coln tact feu painting the dwelling recently elected bv Boeing & Bras.s for-  P. Murray. It now present- a splendid appearance. '        -   . '  Divine service -will be conducted in  the church next Sunday evening, May  2nd, at 7:80 p. m. Subject: "The  World." A hearty invital ion is extended to all.  Preacher. R. I'. Stewart.  Mr. A. Sullivan, inspector of high  schools-, c-ame, in on AVedne.-il.-i.y'.- train  on an official visit to the local high  school. He'-went out the same afternoon by auto to Piinceton.  Me-sis. Boeing & Brass commenced  thi- week on the erection of a cottage  at the Nickel Plate mine for the Heelley Wold Mining Co. AVhen finished it  will he occupied hy'Foreman Sampson.  For the "benefit of-loeal anglers, \v<"  have been ree-nested to publish an  excei pt from the Special Fi.-h Re-guln  tion.-, which states that. "No one shall  fish within twenty-live yards .of -my  fish ladder in any stream."  . The government road gang under  the foremaiiship of Harry Rose, which  has been working hot ween Heelley and  Bromley'.-, broke- up camp la-t"Thuis-  day, and ivliirued to town after about-  fifteen elays' work.  Rev. R.,_r. Steiwai t.ariiveel.in -He-.d-  ley on Monday, being M-ml hy Lhe.  Presbyter-ian Home Mission Oominil-  tee lo take charge of the church work  hero and at Keiemeos. He will preach  alternate Sundays with the Rev. Mr.  Stanton. -  Road Supervisor H. A. Turner, accompanied hy L.W. Shatford, M.P.P.,  motored over from Penticton on Tuesday afternoon, and after remaining in  town for an hour proceeded on to  Princeton and Tulameen. They expect to return today (Thursday).  Mrs. I). J. Innis, of ICeremeos, spent  TiiH.-day night in town with her sister,  Mrs. XV. J. Forbes,.and returned heime  on Wednesday morning in the Palace  Livery auto. Mrs. E. D. Boeing and  Mrs. Foi lies also accompanied the  paity down the valley, it-turning-the  sinne day.  AVe are pleased to he ahle to report  that Mrs. O. P. Dal ton is progressing  fiiv'or.-ihly'froin an operation perfoiiii-  eel on her-knee which was injured last  winter while skating on the local rink.  She is still under the doctor's care in  Vancouver, hut expects to be*, home in  a couple of weeks.  The Palace Livery Stable has added  to its equipment for the accommodation of the travelling public, a hrand  new Ford-. The car, which is a fiver-enter touring model, was brought  down from Princeton on Tueselay afternoon hy G. H. Turner of the Princeton Ford agency; and it appears to be  a fine sample of Ford production.  Mr. and Mrs. Neil McLeod anel family left om Wednesday's train en route  for New York. They expect to remain  there for a few days before taking  passage for Glasgow, Scotland, where  they will in future take up their resi-  elcnce. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod have resided in -Hedley for the past seven  years, and their many friends were  sorry to see Ilium leave. -  The J_ulies' Orange Benevolent Association of Hedley entertained about  fifteen members of Sunset Lodge,  Piinceton, on Monday evening, who  caini! down in two autos. After witnessing degrees given two applicants,  the visitors agreed that the Hedley  lodge was coinposeel eif a. bunch of  workers anil boosters who take no  hack seals. After the work of the  lodge was completed refreshment!*  were served, after which the floor was  cleared and dancing and music were  indulged in till ahout 2 a. in.  .GENERAL NEWS  ,   For .(he  year  1013,   there  were 291';  deaths, by .-leeidetrt.in Toronto, while  in 1914, the'fir-1  year  of  the" Ontario  Safety League's.work there were 241.  ' ' i;  I  A resolution, in submit a state-wide  prohibition amendment to the voters  was defeateel in i in* Florida senate.  .I'lie." house.'had p,-i.-,scd "such a'tesolu-  lion. - .  -     ���������  is  now, [with  Us  Zinc -hipiiienis in.- American smelters from the iiiiin-s of Slocan district  List iiionlli toi a I led 824 tons against  (*03 toils foi-the cortesponding month  la-t vi-.'ii-. ���������     "  Dublin, -April 27.--Brig". Gen. Mc-  Dopald H ill, commanding all the troops  in the Dublin district, has''issued 'an  order forilieldhijr the sale* of alcoholic  Jiriuors to soldiers -end sailors.     '    .'  IL  ,    ' . ���������*:���������,.  Call   and See,, our   New  Samples    of   Wallpaper  /Burlaps, Cretonnes, Etc.  fledleuDruo&'Book Store  Hedley, B. <__.  A prairie file near Hanley, Saskatchewan, has swept over- six sijllaie  miles of country, doing considerable  'damage. Aliiio-t every man in the  l-i'w'n and in the district fought,the  fire for hours; a ml thus averCed a large  property  Jos-.  T have a'crarkerjack propoyitionfor  .���������'_ good live wire. "A'gent m Hedley.  ! tidy or gentlernfin." Write irie at  .-���������ire. F. C. Ritchie, 132 Pemherton  Hlock, Victoria, B.C.    .  ligngte  Late returns of lhe Vancouver i���������  land fisheries *dmw that eluiing 1914  the following quantities (in hundredweight) of fish wciii caught in the  Wiiteis of the i-land : Salmon, 340,-  081; herring, __-,155: halibut, 17,270;  cod, 13,780; oulaka ns,'2,300: flounders,  015; soles, 335, and smelts, 205.  After .John Keating hael been" elead  for six hour.- and hi- obituary had  beenp ubli.-hed in a Gulf port, Miss.,  newspaper, a barber was called in to  shave his cm p-e. As the razor sciap  eel the man's cheek, his eyes opened  his lips p.-u teel and he said: .Don't  cut mi*, kid.' The barber '.diver  through a window. A panic in the  neighborhood- followed. Physicians  who were called, were unable 'to understand the case. Although now  Keating is alive and well, they declined he was actually dead for six  .hours.-.  News   from   Hon.   Mar-tin   Burrell,  Federal Minister of Agriculture, thai  the   government    had    removed    the  eluty  from"'black leaf forty, a powei-  ful, and popular in-ecticide,  has  been  coujiniiiiicated  to   Mr.  Thomas' Cim-  ninghrm,  fruit inspector.     Mr.'- Oinf-  liingham has been active in   tire campaign  to have   the eluly  remeivcel,  part of the' larger campaign  to'.'eradicate all in.ii'Cl pests from the province.  Black   leaf forty   i*  made in Virginia  from_a special tobacco leaf.    The nicotine is extracted and sulphuretted hy  chemical means, making the mixture  powerful destructor   of   aphitl.es   and  plant lice.    The removal of the duty  makes a difference of $0 in the cost of  a ten-pound tin.    As the preparation  can not  be  made  in  Canada, -it  was  urged   that it  was against public interest to maintain the dutv.  H OF  INTEREST  TO 1  j Poultry Raisers g  '��������� .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 Pood anel Growing  Pood in oreler that you ni-iy  , test their wonderful value--.  Slate name and arldress and  nearest post office, also name  v     and  address of your dealer.  s_    ������ The VANCOUVER MILLING  8 and GRAIN COMPANY, Ltd.  :-; Vancouver, B  __      . '  satisfies   the   most  eitacting  :cook on every point Let the  McClary dealer demonstrate the fact.  Sold by, iiEDLEY TRADING GOHPANY  ������������������*>���������*���������  SB  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  y-w-w*w__-_a_M-&_-__!a___^  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF-  Letterliearls  Billheads   .  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HEDLEY, B.C.  azette --,.���������...-^^���������-,y,-w.._r^p-......n-m-_-ra^  ��������� I"l-MS - HKL> 1.I>-V-U-AAi.-.  .APHIL.:-    -tM5   f@n A fHaney Saver  ���������^���������0"!**-*-<X*>^>-*S>-C'-''> '->-{>'^--*->^<*>*^'^'^-^^**^*i*><>'^<^*4^<t>'-><*>'t^ ������B*-4>-*<*><^-������  WE SELL FRESH GROCERIES  THEY   COST NO   MORE THAN  THE OTHER KIND.   ONE TRIAL  WILL CONVINCE YOU  Y  ASER. BLOCK  .C:  CANNIBALISM.  / _- .Ji. _<*g ;iif."_ -   - * r  It Stiil   FIburiSHe*-|ln-Many Remota  :-' '-."���������"  r^'rners?bf .the Earth.    '  That cannibalism still exists incer-  ��������� tain remote [corners of the earth may  "-surprise"*, peflplo* who were under the  ���������impression. that in the twentieth  century the" restraining influences of  civilization were at any' rate powerful enough "and sirfScienlly widespread  to stamp out entirely any custom so  revoltingly barbarous.  Since the beginning of the twentieth  cenllrry'"whit-e men have been slain  and eaten" on' tho island of St. Matthias, in the south seas; in New  Guinea, the New, Hebrides, in New  Britain, one of the Solomon islands;  along the Congo, in. Central Africa;  in the wilds of Haiti and in Nigeria.  They have human sacrifices in Dahomey, but no caiiiiibalism. In the  Karneruns the MaJta tribe eat only  their  criminals.  When a '*tambu," or chief's house  is dedicated on tlie island of St. Chris-  taval. one of the Solomon group, there  is sure to be a cannibal feast. It  a 'victim cannot be secured by a raid  on some neighboring tribe, he is generally selected from among the men  originally purchased by the chief. It  is not etitjuette ��������� to let the doomed  man know his fate. He may have assisted in the. erection of the very  house for which his life is to be forfeited. One blow with a club on the  head, aimed from behind, is all.  Sometimes a human body is necessary for the launching of a war canoe,  and one of the men who help launch  it may bo the victim. '���������'  The"isiaiidcT3 of Santa Anna abstain  from eating human flesh, but mako  a hanil.oni'e living by purveying it  to their neighbors on adjacent islands.  Sometime*-: "there is even a gleam of  tender feeling -when the man selected  as the victim has lived so long among  them as to become almost one of  themselves.  With some cannibal* th_ eating ������J  human flesh is part of ther? rcligte_r.  It must bo practiced. With others it  means simply tho' addition of an extra dainty to an otherwise monotonous daily bill of fare.  Weird! arid wild are the rites in  those faraway spots where cannibalism is a religion. Strange music on  queer instruments. crooning songs,  unearthly yells and cries aro part of  the ceremonies. Men arc eaten to  music.  The wives of the Solomon islanders  are their slaves, to. fondle or kill as  they please. Should a wife displease  her" lord she is promptly killed; and  her husband and his remaining wives  partake of the dainty.  ^<&^<&<&^<&^4&<^^<&<&^^<&<^<fr&-^^^^^<fc^<&<&<&^^<^^^^  ODDS AND ENDS  "I am a self-made man, I .-nil.'  '���������W*ill,'I   think   there   is  one  you needn't worry about,"  "What is that'-1"  "Taking out a, patent.'"  thir.t:  By HOLLAND.  rOMEN spend more money than men, and they  spend it wiser. They not only  buy most of the articles used  in the home, but they also  buy for their children and often for their men folks.  Women nlso read the advertisements more than men  do. This makes them better  and safer buyers than men.  They have equipped themselves- with the knowledge  that makes them effective  They know the best stores,  the best merchandise, the  best values. Hy reading the  advertisements women are  enabled to shop more economically, to make the mon  ey ko farther  KNOWLKIHSI3   IS  MONEY   IN  DOJNiI SIK1PPINO  She had tried in vain to get the  telephone hut the other parties .wen*  using the line. The last time she  heard one woman say :  ���������'I have just put on a pan of beans  for- dinner."  She tiieel later, but the women were  still talking. Exasperated, she broke  in crisply :  "Madam, I smell vour beans burn-  ������������������g."  A hoi-rifled scream greeted this remark, and then she was able to put  in her call.  Wife (sleepily, at 3 a. in.)���������"John,  what time is il*-"'  Incoming husband���������"The last, my  dour,    It ish honestly."  Tippler-���������I .sometimes wonder why I  never reached success in life.  Candid Friend���������There have been too  many bars in your way, uiy boy.  Stranger (lo vis-a-vis in restaurant)  ���������"I was kept on a strict milk elief  a. whole year."  Sympathetic Listener���������"What was  your ailment?"  Stranger���������" .lust infancy."  Concret* Tombstones.  While'-th-a'"application of concrete  in the manufacture of tombstones  seems rather 'a gruesome one, says  Cement Age, .still tho ancients associated the tomb with the highest artistic impulse. The manufacture of  concrete tombstones is rapidly becoming an 'important industry in itself, so great is the economy of concrete. The results already accomplished suggest the possibilities of  the future." With concrete as _ tho  structural material there is no limit  to the' opportunity of the artist.  Whether the concrete be so molded  as to make the ornamental features  an integral part of the structure or  whether it be incrusted with terra  cotta-'in subdued tones, the opportunity exists for the exercise of the best  artistic, talent: Designs formerly <  made in marble or granite can .be  readily .reproduced.hr concrete and  at considerably smaller cost. .  .Nelson   and  tho  Spaniards. j  There is an amusing anecdote about  that gruff sea dog Nelson.   Two Spanish   captains   came   on  board  with   a  request   to   be   allowed   to   see   "the  greatest seaman in the world.''  .Nel- j  son grumbled, but gave in and went j  on deck, foge'.ting that "at that mo- |  merit his legs were bound up at.the '  kneos    and    ankles   with    pieces   of \  brown  paper soaked  in   vinegar and  tied   on   with   red   tape."     This   had j  been done to allay the irritation.aria-  ing  from  mosqn.'to  bi'.es.    Quite forgetting his attire and the extraordinary   appearance : which   it   presented,  Lord  Nelson wont on deck and conducted the in'erview with the Spanish   captains  with  such   perfect courtesy that his singular appearance was  quite obliterated  by the charm of his  manner,   and   tho   Spaniards   left the  ship with their -high opinion  of him  thoroughly  confirmed.  "Well," said the piano manufacturer  to his new piano salesman, "how many  orders did you get?"  " I got two orders in one place."  "That's the stuff! What were they?"  "One was to get out and the other  was to stay out."  t Measuring the Complexion.  The color .of the hair, eyes and  skin is measured by a now instrument���������a simplified Lovibqnd tintometer���������devised by J. Gray. The observer looks at the object under test  through a tube and interposes Lovi-  bond's standard, color glasses in front  of a white surface at one side of the  aperture until lhe glasses transmit a  color exactly corresponding to that  of the hair, eyes or skin. The exact  composition of the color is then obtained from the readings on tho standard glasses.  Mr. Goodthing���������How does your sister- like  the  engagement  ring I gave  SING LEE  Laundry,    Corifr-u-.tiii������    of   nil  kinds, Dite-li ditrginp', Wood j her, Bobby?  Sawing, Cle*irin_; lana, Cook-j Her Younger- Brother���������Well, its a  ing and all kinds of Chinese little too small; she has an awful hard  Labor. j time  getting  it  off   when   the other  KEi-H*vrreo.s, B.C. fellows call.  An  All  Around  Onh-iity.  A   gentleman ,:,i ivi'e  to dinivr. and as the   ��������� ���������'"     '  ������������������'���������  entered    the    room  ��������� ''  !  1  i.  I  i  i  I  buys a double-sided  Vidtor Record of any  kind of music you  wish to hear.  There are thousands of these splendid  Vidlor Records that co_ft only 90c  eacb. They are all double sided, ten  inch���������two selections on each record.  On them you can obtain every kind  of music and entertainment���������opera;  favorite -fondard songs ; familiar  hymns; band and orchestral numbers ;  p-)pu'ar songs and dance music; comic  songs, monologues, etc.; in facft, anything and everything in the realm of  music and entertainment, all by well-  known and capable artisls.  Here are some of the ten-inch, double-  sided Vidlor Records at 90c "which  should be in every collection :  Talcs of Hoffman���������  Fatinitza Selection  Barcarolle       Mr. and Mrs, Wheeler  Tannhauscr���������Pilgrim's Chort_>  Trc-'alaic���������Anvil Chou*-  _5M>������- _'/_    .Tosti)  Goo-J Night Beloved, Good Nig*hi  Love's Old Sweet Song  John Anderson, iVIy Jo  It's a Long Way t > Tipperary  Private Tommy Atkins  Victor Male Chorus")  Victor Male Chorus j  17563  He__er Godd-rd1^ *{.������**  Harry M-icdonoiigh )  Elsie Baker |  ,7366  EUie Baker )  Victor Military Band \ , 7/-^,  ' Victor Military Band / Ub3i  God Save the King  Rule Br.tannia  Miserere    ��������� from II Trovatore)  Spring Song    (Mendelssohn)  Poet and ,Je_sant Overture  Chimes of Normandy Selection  Traumsrci    (Schumann)     (Violin)  Berceuse i Lullaby)  (Rcnard)  (Violin)  Cecile.���������Waltz Hesitation  Millicent���������Waltz Hesitation  Alan Turner and Chorus '  Alan Turner and Chorus .  .Cornet-Trombone  Pryor���������Keneke  Victor String Quartet  Pryor's Band )  Pryor's E_nd J  16134  16371  6385  Saicha Jacobson )  . 720c  Snscha Jacobson j  Tennesse*, 1 H;ar You Calling Me  Back ta the Cirolina You Love  One Sweetly Solemn Thought  Crossing the B^r    (Tennyson)  Nearer My God to Thee  Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me  Victor Military Band ' it'qo  Victor Military Band } ,' /D������'*  American Quartet) n___  D       1        (^       ., I /-DO  recrless l_)uartetj  Elsie Baker j mM  Alan  lumerj  H,ydenQu.,rtct| ](>m  r. _.. 1-reemantel J  With  li ten-inch, doublc-si.le.l Victor Keco'rJ-  your own choice' S4T.00  Sold on easy terms,  if desired.  Other Victrolas from $21.00 to $335 Con easy terms if  desired) and ten-inch, double-sided Victor Records  at 90c for the two selections at any "His Masters  Voice" dealer in any town or city in Canada. Write  for free copy of our 420-pnga Musical Encyclopedia  litJting over 6000 Victor Records.  BERLINER' GRAM-O-PHONE GO.  LIMITED  Lenoir  Street,  Montreal  DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY  Vidlor Records���������Made in Cana.ia  _2__3_  Patron'ze Home Products  539-430  ~T^i7^v:_cr_523?__S3B  PflLfl6_L  Uvery, Feed & Sale Stables  dropped n plnttiv  "My   friend   .'/  in a picint imp  my life have T ������  fraught  wit"!   <--;  nations o; i.'v-  ity we se<-t  t h r;  the upso't.i.ng  tiori of China ami  Airica."  -hie1  nit]  'v  ���������da  : ni-  iy  v*  >n  in  so  n-  y,  'C-  eif   HUDLKY    II. C.  good stock of IIi.im- ;.  Hand.    U Orders for T,  promptly atu-iiilcii  Itijrs- on  1; ��������� 1 _:  fice of Dominion kxiin-s--*     iiiuaiuj.  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