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 ���������-,  j  ;  >i<-  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  S \  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY,. AUGUST 18, 1910.  Number-32.  *'  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in Vancouver.]  S. o. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,     ���������--     -      B. C.  ;   w.  H. T.  GAHAN  .  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Mfiuc  PENTICTON,  Block  -      -      B. C. '  K. C. BROWN  BARRIST1CR and SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC, Etc  PRINCETON,,  B.C.  WILL THEY CHANGE?  V. V. & E. Said to be Looking-For New  Route to the Coast.  ; JflSGLflRKE  Watchmaker,  MEDLEY, B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for -Tourist Travel.  Rates -Moderate.  V;, A. Baknes, Prop.';* ;   Penticton, B.C.  A. MEGRAjVV  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer, Real Estate,; Mines,  Crown   Grants   Applied, For  Uiider Land  Act and ���������"������������������'  Mineral Act. .  More expert thinking  has gone into the making  of the Monarch than anj"  typewriter sold. That is  why it demands little or  no thought from the owner or the user. That is  why it is the typewriter  your best stenographer  deserves and your poorest  stenographer needs.  Tlie Monarch Typewriter:  Company, Ltd.  98 King Street West, Toronto..  A. MEGRAW, local Agent  Okanagan College  Summerland, B. C.  Courses for 1910-11  Preparatory; High School; two years  University; Business including Typewriting and Stenography, Piano and  Vocal.  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co.:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean-Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C,  Separate Residences for young men-  and young-women. Well equipped-  gymnasium.  Nicola Valley News  Jim Hill  will bring  the V. V. <fc E.  into Merritt.     Of that there is very  little doubt.    Chief Engineer Kennedy  in conversation  with a representative  of The News at Vancouver a few days  ago said  that he was confident that  the line would be brought into Merritt  in order  to get into  touch  with   the  coal at Middlosboro.   A crew of engi-  neers'is now working this way   from  Summit and it is understood that they  are headed down the Coldwater river.  Just what course  the V.   V.  & E.  will follow is not definitely known.   It  is reported on,good authority that the  old  route across the summit will he  abandoned   and   that   the   line  will  double back into Railway pass and on  across to July creek, along July creek  to Boston Bar creek and on  to the  Coquihalla joining the latter at a point  ;abput fourteen miles this side of Hope.  This will mean a better-grade and an  i in proved route in many ways.  It ..will  also mean that Railway Pass which is  situated but six miles above the ranch  of Del King on the  Coldwater  and  about 26' miles from Merritt will have  ,two railroads, the  V. V. ,& E. and the  'Kettle Valley.     It will iiiean that the  district along through the Coldwater  valley:' and within i a radius of - thirty  miles from Merritt will be given excellent   transportation   facilities and  having, the possibilities , of a good pro-  dueing district there should be a large  and   prosperous   settlement in   that  vicinity.  BUT  Hedley's Recognition   Appears  to Be Coming at Last  GOLD PRODUCED BEGINS TO TELL  K. V.  HUSTLING IN WEST  While Grand Fo.ks and Other Boundary  Points are Kicking at Slowness  What Monetary Times Says of Opportunities in This Camp���������Will the Kingston Incubus Ever Jar Loose?  I     CANADA'S GRAND OLD MAN  Lord Strathcona Now Over Ninety Years  ������������������- ������������������;;���������:;-. ���������     of Age-  ,-...  Pall Term opens Sept. 21st.  For Calendar and further particulars  address the Principal. ���������'���������,'���������;  -."���������- E\^^TT<W^SAWyERi  Grand Union  Hotels -^  HEDLEY, B. C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  NEW  HEDLEF BARBER SHOP  Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  HAIR   CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  HOTEL  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention  paid   to   the   Table.  PALACE  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stables  HKDLEY   B. C.  A.  F. & A. M.  rG~2r RKOULAU monthly meetings of  k "* Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  are h-iltl on the second Friday in  each month in Krtiternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  W. J. FORBES  Vv. JH  H. D. BARNE5,  Secretary  Ifiu  K. A. C. STirill"  1IAUOI.I)  MAYNK -DALV  ���������J A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon   11.        INNIS BROS. Proprietor?;.  STUDD & DALY,  Mem< < ���������  '   iM-inivei- Stock Kxcha  ig'o  Real Es  -urance, 5tock  Loan  v. ��������� :  '���������������������������ji'ngs Brokers  '. -Jr<;s t>tret-t \V.  .,-\v Post Office  '. 1IOX !!!!(>  Vancou \  -  B. C.  Try  Vidoria  ss  E. H.   M-'il'-ftS,  .M.A., B.C.h.  y..\ ..������������������> n:;;, solicitor,  :^ ���������   . ;;\ i uiiuc, etc  Veknon, B. C.  I**  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  for years known throughout the British Empire as Canada's Grand Old  Man, though born' in Bonnie Scotland  celebrates to day the 90th anniversary  of his birth.  . His career is certainly one of the  most-wonderful in the annals of modern times. Born at Forres, Scotland,  on Aug. 6th, 1820, as the son of a  saddler, he made the prediction, as  plain Donald Alexander Smith, to:  his cousin, now Lord-Mount Stephen,  then a herd laddie, that as there were  no lairds in Canada ftp lord it overman, he wouldleave for British North  America to tempt: fortune and win a  competency.  ��������� Accordingly, as a raw youth of 18,  he set sail-for the west, years before  Horace Greeley was known, and has  done tetter on this continent than, any  inan, from the east who ever crossed  the western main.  Arriving ,at Montreal, he at once  entered-the service of the Hudson Bay  Co., and.for years was immersed in  the solitudes of Labrador. He endured i terrible hardships, but finally became superintendent of that company,  whose sphere of influence extended  for 3000 miles.  Afterwards, in company of his cousin, now Lord Mount Stephen, he advocated, against strong opposition,  the building of the Canadian Pacific  Railway. He was told that the receipts of the road would not pay for  the axle grease of the trains. He had  faith in the proposition, however, and  has lived to see it the greatest transportation company in the world, carrying passengers from Great Britain ti>  Hongkong over its own lines.  Lord Strathconais to-day the world's  oldest multi-millionaire, Canada's  greatest philanthropist, optimist and  financier-, the British House of Lords'  second oldest peer. Great Britain's  most prominent railroad builder and  Canada's high commissioner at the  seat of empire.  RIGHT IN JOHN'S MITT  NOTICE  Water-users are requested to exercise all  possible care to prevent waste of Water at  their taps. Carelessness in this matter may be  the means of depriving the hospital of a continuous supply.  Tiik .Si.Mir.iCAMKK.v Watukwohics Co, Ltd.  per G. 1'. Jones.  After John Oliver's Specializing on Railways, who can Deny His Claim  Sir Wilfrid Laurier was asked by a.  delegation on his present tour of the  west to appoint a "Western fanner- to  the Railway Commission in the place  of Mr. Grcenway. Sir "Wilfrid promised that tin- matter would receive  early attention, and added "I promise  that he   will be a  western man  and a  With the interest that is being taken  in investments in British Columbia  care should be taken that the promotion of unsound companies is not permitted, else this province will again  suffer as it did following the mining  excitement of seveial years ago. At  that time so much was the English  public deceived that for vears it was  almost impossible to secure capital for  worthy   propositions.      To-day it is  needed badly.   Yet, there will be some  ready to take advantage of the excitement aroused by the reported find of  the gold reef at Stewart.    In London,  where the success of South African  and   Australian   mines   has  brought  fortunes,   it  is   natural   that-  people  should be ready  to invest in mining  propositions. Many reports have gone  oiit   concerning    the    high   mineral  values of the properties of the Portland-Canal district, and  these in the  main, are  true.     Assays- attest  the  excellent quality of the ore, iri the operating   camps.     The   latest reports  concerning the  "gold reef" are that it  is not a free milling proposition,   and  that the values are nothing more than  ordinary and only-in .keeping- with the.  general high quality of the Portland  Canal ore.   Theaccounts sent to Lon  don papers,  particularly to the Daily,  Chronicle,  were exaggerated   to   the  extreme, in fact are regarded as very  harmful by mining men in British Columbia.    Hon.  J. H.   Turner,  agent  for   this    province   in   London,   will  doubtless haveascertained ere this the  true nature of the find, and taken steps  to offset the harm done  by the publication of reports that can only have a  bad influence.     If the British public  wants mining, investments they can  find   excellent; propositions    both at  Portland Canal, in the Similkameen  and other districts, where no risk need  be taken whatever: At Hedley, B.C.  the "Nickel Plate is being operated,   PAYING  LARGE   DIVIDENDS,   AND  IS THE LARGEST GOLD MINE IN CANADA  today. Other good claims are many  throughout that /district, but money  is lacking to prove them, though the  discoverers have shown by hard work  and expenditure that the ore is there.  In the case of the Nickel Plate, as  usual, Americans are reaping the  benefit.  Attention is also directed to timber  propositions. Mr. H. Mutimer, of London, is on a trip to the coast to inspect  Portland Canal properties, and points-  out that sound proposals   will always  be considered in London, where capital  may he found.   Incidentally he deprecated the action of promoters of recent  lumber compa.ny floation   in the Old  Country in which  standing timber is  quoted  in the list of assets as   being  worth $5 per  thousand.    The lumber  industry just now in British Columbia  was never better, arid   the prospect is  good, but in  investing in the industry  some consideration should be given to  general  conditions extending over a  term of  years so   that there   may he ;;  thorough understanding of the matter.  With  mining, ore has  a value all the  time,    the  only    question    being   the  amount per ton recovered.   "With .lumber, there is fluctuation in the market.  There   is much   money   to be   made in  timber,    but extravagant   quotations  might easily be made.  There are no less than four construction camps along the Coldwater river  and the dirt is flying in rial earnest  on the Kettle Valley line. The long  looked for steam shovel came in on  Tuesday night's train and is being  taken up the river about two miles  where it will be used in digging a new  channel for the river and thus divert  the old channel so as to save bridging.  From there it will he taken up the  river to work on cuts.  "We have two shovels now but of  contse we will not use the big one until we get into the heavy rock. For  some miles out the wo:k will be very  light, in fact it will be nothing much  more than clearing and lightgrading.'."  This statement was flu-nished by one  of the bosses. ', .  The process of moving the steam  shovel up the river is an interesting  one. Hqrses go ahead dragging rails  and the big shovel passes over one  portion of; track only to have it taken  up and planted farther ahead.  The line will go through Railway  pass located six miles, above Del King's  ranch taking a loop around before.entering--, the pass so as to get a better-  grade. From, the other end of the  Pass the line will swing round to Aspen grove and on across cuntry to  Penticton. It is understood that less  ..than one per cent, grade is maintained along the entire route from Merritt  to Aspen Grove.���������-Nicola Valley News.  PHOENIX HAS BIG FIRE  Many of the Granby Buildings Destroyed.  PHOENIX, B.C., Aug. 12���������The largest and  most disastrous fire  that has  ever visited  Phoenix started today at  3:50 p.m. in  the No. 3 oil  house of the  Granby    Consolidated    Mining    and  'Smelting Co.   here.     It took  but   an'  instant to travel along the covered ap-'  proach between the mouth of the tunnel and the No. 3 crusher  building.  The sparks of the   crusher   building  fanned  by a  breeze  h-.:gan   falling on  the lower streets and  sparks caught  the     Methodist     anil     Presbyterian  churches,   the JPalace  livery   stables,  the school house, the Pioneer Publishing Co.'s office and plant, Superintendent Smith's residence and the Hodge's  cottage.   The new machine and blacksmith shops of the Granby only erected last  winter shared the same fate.  'That part of Phoenix  known as the  upper town was not completely levelled is due to  the excellent  work rendered by the city fire department arid  the Granby employees.    It- looked several times that the   town must go and  there was many an  empty house as  furniture was removed  to the street  and places of safety.  METEOROLOGICAL.  Minimum  34  85)  40  37  41  35)  35  member  of the  farming community."  The position has long been vacant.  The claims of John Oliver, if he  would he agreeable to accept the position, might he considered paramount  for such a place as the railway commission. He would bring industry  and a v,-i*tfund of general  and common sense to tho position  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Aug 13, 191u :  AT THE MINE.  Maximum  Aug   7 . GO  s        ..       ir  5) .. OS  10 .. 02  11 .. 58  12 .. 55  13 '       .. 50  Average maximum temperature 00.71  Average, minimum do 3S.2S-  Mean temperature 451.451  Rainfall for the week    0.55 inches.  Snowfall        "        "         O.S.")  GOnilEsrONDl.VG WKKK OK  LAST  VKAIt  Highest maximum temperature .���������-  Average maximum do   -       ���������.  Lowest minimum :le ���������.  Average minimum do  Mean  rYUl  knowledge  ADVERTISE    IN   THE    GAZETTE  do  ���������.  AT  THK   Mr LI .  "--  Maximum  82  .Minimum  58  S7  5-1  SO  52  S3  51  S3  50  S2  50  74  51  e maximum temper;  ti ire 82.42  e minimum           do  51.57  8  51  10  11  12  13  Avera?  A vera j.  Mean " <lo 00.5)5)  Rainfall for the week   .00   inches  CUHUKSrOXDINO  WKKK  OK   r,AST VKAK-  Highest maximum tenivci-ature 5)2  Average do do 80.42'  Lowest minimum do 47.  Average do do        ,52.1.4  Mean do 09.28.  m  ti.-  \ r-HE- H JDLEY   GAZETTAi.    AUG   IS,   1910.
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otherwise) helped out the imposition ;
Iml it was the camp which was made
to suiter by it and lor six lung years
we have re.-ijU'd the harvest nfsloney
studied neglect from mining capitalists who had nothing for us but
the marble h.-'si,rt. To this' handicap
was also added the unfortunate circumstance that properties such as the
Kingston fell into the hands they did,
for an exaggerated idea of immediate
possibilities of a property when nob
backed up by the. necessary capital
and especially when accompanied by
the fear that somebody else might
realize too great a-profit: if sold at the
price which present development
would warrant   is apt to be  more dis-
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One of   the  results that   have   followed the visits of British newspapermen to Cunuda and their trips over
the length   of the  whole   Dominion
from the Atlantic  to  the Pacific   is
seen   in  the better understanding of
conditions  here  as   evidenced by the
discussion of Canadian  affairs on the
part of the papers  which had representatives on some of those Canadian
tours.     Not   only    do   those   British
writers talk more sanely of industrial
conditions here   than  they  once did,
but they   begin  to know a thing or
two about Canadian politics   and it is
harder to fool them now  than it used
to be.   As -usual   the sleepy ones  that
are. as dense concerning  Canada and
her'affairs    as nearly all of tl.em were
a quartet o a century ago, were ready
to'hail Luurier's  so-called  free;  trade
utterances to the farmers' of the prairies  sis an evidence   that  Canada- was
biing won over to Cobdenism; but the
knowing ones who were nere and saw
for themselves take the Premier's promises and pleasantries  fot- what they
are worth   and .smile when they think
of his increase of duties to make himself solid with tho manfacturers of the
east anil compare those acts with  his
blandishments    to    the    agricultural
"middle wester"   who  may  think  he
could get cheaper farm implements  if
there were no duty to pay.    One British writer regards tin; Jekyl and Hyde
attittuli'of the Canadian   Piemier on
the tariff question as another instance
of what Burke called   "the  immoralities of geography."
The    extract    from   the   Monetary
Times appearing  in  another column
will be  >ead   with   interest  here   and
gives evidence that Camp Hedley is at
last coming to her own     and that the
record of production which under any
ordinary circumstances would make a
camp fiimous in the mining  world    is
beginning to attract the notice   which
is due to it.     The   policy   of   concealment and detraction which characterized   earsitr  operations   ir.   the  camp
unfortunately did its work and a gold
production which should have brought
with it prosperity  t;i  the camp   appeared to excite neither surprise  nor
interest.    The owners of the producing property  simply stowed away the
dividends in their jeans and said nothing except to  hint   that   they were
going broke,   and a badly junibled-up
record   of   production    which   might
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pessimism.     Now,   however, that the ;     _ .     ... ... ���.,;������
������','!' Dealers seeking Agencies can adver-
Nickel Plate is no longer in the hands ! their trade cards for ��1, or larger ad-
of a close, corporation  where conceal-1 vertisements from ��3. ' ������
uie.nt is possible and there is now no
'evidence of any desire to conceal, the
clouds are betrilining to clear away
and the hope is- warranted,-that a.
brighter day is dawning. The new
owners have given unmistakable evidence that a policy of expansion is to
be and is being pursued. This is
bound to give confidence to capital
and this combined with the logic of
hard facts as represented by the declaration of quarterly dividends is
sure to work to our benefit. Mining
capital is evidently commencing to
sit up and take, notice. The writer in
the Monetary Times very aptly puts
it: rca'd in another'column what he
says. /
Every Bankino;
Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000
, offered
to    Farmers.
Cattlemen, .Miners and
Sale notes 'handled on most favorable terms. Checks
on any Bank cashed. Money advanced to reliable meri-
at reasonable rates.
Money sent to any point by Money Order, .Draft or
Telegraph Transfer.
Hedley Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager
to invest in any sound proposition.
Tirriber, Goal[or
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lA/estern Canada Irivestment Go.
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Dakota crops suffered from drought
even .more, than those in southern
TjVJ'O'riCK i-; liereby given, that thirty days
-1-' from date, I, Gorman West, of Hall Creek
B. C. intend to apply to the superintendent of
Provincial Poliee. F. S. Hussey, of Victoria," for
a rotiiil liquor- license for the Hull Creek Hotel;
located at Hull Creek, B. C.
Hull Crock, B.C. June -28th, 1910       ,
���-'6-1 UORMAX WEST
"���;..-���' (Section 19)    '
NOTICE is hereby given that on the 18th day
of August, 1910 application will be made
to the superintendent of provincial poliee tor
the grant of a licence for the sale of liquor by
wholesale in and upon tlie premise* known as
the Hedley Brewery, situate no.ii- Hedley, B. C.
. per Louis Scherbaucr.
Dated July 18th.: 1910. -���;_..
Grand Forks, B. Ci    Comprising 100 acres
Largest growers of Nursery Stock in Britis Columbia-. All
stock wintered in our cellars and  no danger of buying winter
killed trees.
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T. H. ROTHERHAM, Chairman        G. H. WH1TEMAN. Secretary.
ADVERTISE IN THE GAZETTE! THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,  AUG  18,   1910.  h  I j  1  Towii and IMstrfch  Mrs. W. J. Forbes is spending a. few  iveeks visiting her parents at Green  Mountain.  The grade rs  nearly completed  between  Princeton������and Otter Flat arid a-  great many of the men are oeing paid  ..-off. ���������-.-  Mrs. G..P. Jones and children left  on Thursday last for a trip to Spokane  and is expected back for the opening  of school. '  While the smoke from forest fires is  about a thing of the past, E^timo  cigars are still contributing their  share. You can buy one or a thousand  atL. C. Rolls <fc Co".'s.  E. J. Manch, representing the Vancouver   Province    was   in   town   last  I week and succeeded in adding to the  Hedley list of subscribers to that ent-  '���������-, erprising paper.  Hedley has a new  tailor.     Geo. E.  Massie, of Grand Forks,-has opened lip  .a store and workshop on the premises  ��������� formerly occupied by by T. McAuliffc,*  '���������', where he carries a, stock of suitings of  latest patterns.  According to the   Oroville   Gazette  Tommy. Daly,  of Keremeos,'" pitched  :.great ball at   the.   tournament   there-  last week.    His support was indifferent iit'critical  moments or the result  y would have been more to his liking.  Forest   fires   were   threatening  to  wipe out McKinney last week.     Careless campers, on tlieir.way to the north  country have  been  responsible  for a  good many of the fires that Have been  doing damage   through the  district  this year. _;  A. E. Howes, of Nicola, accompanied  by Mrs.  Howes paid Hedley a visit on  "Sunday.   They were, making a tour of  the district in an automobile and came  : in by way of Kamloops and Vernon,  returning  to Nicola by way- of the  lower Okanaganand the Similkameen.  r   Messrs. W. D. MacMiilan and W. J.  Forbes left again ; lastweek fori the  Skagit country to investigatetherre-  , port of late finds rin that vicinity and  look over the country.   They "iriay lie  put in  the hills yet for a couple of  months or more.    . V ^  August 1910 bids fair to be the wetr  test August since 1899. The rainfall  has not been great enough to make it  begin to compare with 1899 but the  showers have been coining at convenient intervals and have aided yery  much in fighting the forest fires. The  contribution to the Twenty-mile water-  supply is also gratefully acknowledged  by manager. G. P. Jones who thinks  Jupiter PJuvius is trying' to do the  square thing by him.  The grilling contest at Hedley on  Labor- Day this year will be a contest  of machine drilling to lend a little  variety to what we have been having  in past years. The machines will be  /dismantled and each competing team  will have to set up their machine arid  drill as deep a hole as the remaiuing  portion of the fifteen minutes will per-,  mit them, a uniform air pressure be  maintained all the while.  Road supervisor Turner was in tovyn  this week inspecting goyernnrent  work in this vicinity an up the' river.  It is ofteir his lot to have to do things  that do not suit everybody and his  work is subject to the criticisms of all.  For that; reason it is necessary that  his conclusions be sound from an engineering standpoint with due regard  to the public interest and the individual. Mr. Turner can be counted on to  do as neavly right as it is humanly  possible to do.  The steamer Kaleden was not fully  completed when she made her trial  trip to Okanagan Falls. She was taken  back to Okanagan Landing to have  the final touches put on her and  she wiil work for a while on the big  lake to help in the freighting before  being put on regular runs on the river  Another reason for making the trial  run at the time it was made was to  ascertain what spots on the river  needed additional attention fron the  dredgers who are still at work.  The new Deister tables are being set  up in   the stamp  mill by S. E. Hamilton this week.   They are  twelve   in  number and these added to the24 Frue  vanners  that  have  been   in   use will  give a  fine  concentrating  plant that  should do fine work, and in  operation  with the tube mill, Bunker Hill screens  and  the  vanners   should   attain   the  close  saving  that  is aimed  at.    The  Deister table while quite a new invention in  the line of concentrating  machinery  has already  worked wonders  in many places where it has been tried  out and   been   the means  of  placing  other concentrators on the scrap heap,  that were considered excellent concen-  tratoj-s  in their time.     Its superiority  over many others  is said  to lie in its  ability to handle slimes.  ^������-$*^'1P'@'@'^������'&@^^  ing  in  Goods   Department*  Ladies'  Waists, Skirts,  Whiteware  Hosiery, etc.  Men's  Clothing,  Shirts Underwear  Hats and Caps  m  ������  ������  @  @  ������*:'  Boots and Shoes, Mens*, Women's and Children's  ianwnUMMMBBMM������MMMH^HMMMMa  Furniture, Carpets and Linoleums  We are making Sweeping Reductiens in all of the above goods many things being marked away  down below cost.    It is the Greatest Bargain Sale ever put on in the Country.  ���������������  SALE COMMENCES MONDAY, AUGUST 24th  SHATFORD'S   LTD.  Herbert P/Sawtell, representingthe  Sullivan Machinery Co. of Chicago  was in town this week in the interests  of his company and when here called  to convey the regards of Miv Austin  Hoy of :<the sanie/conipany who was  here hist, year./ It was Mr. Hoy who  laid.but' the Hedley gpif links over  which-he was- very enthusiastic and  fell in love with the grounds and their  possibilities" from a golfer's standpoint  the, moinent.hessa^ ;,. He.< there-'  fore 1nat.urally_,re.tains.���������a.���������kindly. interestinHecley.: and the golfers here  would - be plea sod to have an other-  visit from him.  Few who learned  of the death of  Rev.  Walter_Ross; at' Grand   Foi-ks  would   experience   more   real   regret  "than" Rev.  A. H.  Cameron, .of Keremeos andL Hedley-who litis', been associated with him in the work of the  church in the west for the past thirty  years.    Of the men who have been associated with the work of the Presbyterian church  in the middle west and  far west since the days of the first Riel  rebellion or even since  the advent of  the C. P. R. the  number is decreasing  rapidly -and a marked feature is that  scarcely any of them retired from the  active work of the church, but rernain-  ed.in harness  until the last. like their  old chieftain Dr. Robertson the superintendent of missions in the west who  passed away a few years ago.  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  P HED  WATCH IT GROW  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada;  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPAPY, ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager - HEDLEY, B.C.  ON   THE GOLF LINKS  Three sets of foursomes braved  the  threatening rainstorms on Saturday  afternoon last   to have a tryout on  the Hedley golf links.     The first set  consisting of F. H. French  and Miss  Jackson   who were   playing against  W. C. Martin   and   Mrs.  Rotherham  got started off on time and managed  to make the round of the links before  the rain came on. The former won out  on a score of 80 to 43 after handicaps  were deducted.    L. C. Rolls and Mrs.  Hamilton played R. James and Miss-  McLean beating them on a score of -fl  to 43 after handicaps  were deducted.  Rolls and his partner- made the round  in the same number of strokes as  the  winners in  the first set   but the  dif*  ference [in  the handicap gave them d  lower standing.    A. Megraw and Miss  Fraser    beat    M. Hettrick   and    Miss  Williams, score 45 to 47.   The last two  sets were caught in the rain   but with  the Scotch pertinacity  that is always  supposed to go #with  the sport they  were game enough to  finish  out  the  round.  Some of the handicaps now need revising from that determined, by the  ladder series of games played early in  the spring to arrange handicaps, for  the improvement in play since that  time has not been uniform.  It has also been suggested that the  secretary bo notified by players a day  or two before the game if they cannot play so as to obviate the difficulty of having sets broken up by the  failure of players to turn out after  they have been drawn for a place.  The time set for play to commence  is three o'clock and all are requested  to be oir hand at that hour, or in the  case of those coming off shift at three  o'clock,or as soon thereafter as possible. Another drawing will be made  for Saturday next.  I  WATER ACT 1909  T2Y dircetion of the -Board of Investigation  *-* notice is hereby given that thcBoard  will proceed to adjudicate upon claims to water-  on the followinf streams and tributaries thereto in the Similkameen and Osoyoos Water Districts, under authority of Part three of the  Water Act. 1909.  Pine Creek  Spring on Pre-emption Xo. 29S0'  Spring on Ecks Pre-emption  Shoot Creek  Ellis or Nanishccn Creek  James Crock  Penticton Creek  Spring on Pre-emption Xo. 2551  Cannon Lake  Second Creek  Cedar Creek  Little Penticton Creek  Sheep Creek  ���������I Mile Creek, south on Dog Lake  1 Mile Creek on East side Okanagan Lake  Five-Mile Creek  Johnson Creek  Springon Pre-emption Xo. 1507  Spring near Pre-emption near 1-Mile Creek  Spring near 1st creek near Pre-emption 138s  Spring on Sub-lot 19. L. 2711  Alder Crock  Maple Creek  Creek 3 miles south on Dog Lake  McLean creek  Lake near Kelowna���������Penticton trail  Spring. I'entioton  Stewards Dam  Creek, Lot 2S(>  7 Mile creek, (Lots 210 and 2<Hi)  Camp. Old Camp, 9-mile or Annvana creek  Creek on Lob 211  Spring near south cast corner of  LofroS?  ���������South branch of. Ellis Creek |  Spring, Lot Soot )  Meeting for tho purpose of adjudication will  bo held at Penticton on or about October 20th,  1910; Okanagan Falls on or about October 25th.  1910, and Xaramata on or about October 28th;  1910.  \l\ S. DRKWRY.  phicf Water Commissioner  Lauds Department. (Water Branch)  Victoria, July 15th, 1910 J2  X  *  K  x  ������  x  K  i  %  %  $  Such as You should use when you want  to make an  impression   on   customers.  X ' .        -   ,*  X  I  I  3  X  X  X  X  ���������x.  X  X  %  X  I  $  ������  X  X  S  Is Only OSotaineci  By using modern type faces on good stock  The   Gazette  Job   Department  is 231'epared to.turn it out for you  Patronize trie Home Shop  You lA/enrst Home Trade.  *nf**D**';*'^*a������*0***0*"^*������*^^  X  K  x  I  X  WAISTS  x  X  X  X  X  X  X  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  x  x  K  x  \x  *:  IX  '���������K  ,x  \x  K  >.x  \x  x  When   writing    Advert sers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  \X  \X  ".  X  X  X  X  X  X  Just in   a   Large  Stock    of Fancy   Embroidered  Muslin, Lawn and Tailored Linen Waists  All prices, styles and sizes  Call and  inspect our stock when in Hedley for the  holiday.  TABLE LINENS  Drawn Thread, Embroidered and Battenburg Linens  white and colored.  JAPANESE GOODS  Silk wonen Shawls, Scarves, and Fascinators.  Scarves in great variety.  %  X  X  K  i  I  t  *���������:  K  x  x  *:  X  X  X  X  X  Auto  X  K  x  X  K  x  i  x  K  K  H  x  K  x  x  X  J. A. SCHUBERT, hedlev. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.   AUG   IS,   191(1.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen----Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  J. K. Shaw made a business trip to  Spokane last week.  Fresh creamery-butter, 3 lbs. for a  dollar at F. Richter &��������� Co.s.  Mrs. Robt. Gibson arrived on Tuesday and has joined her husband here.  Mrs. Brooke is expecting her sister  to arrive this week from Portage la  Prairie, Man., on a visit.  The season is advancing. Next .Sunday marks the annual equinox; the  passing of Summer into autumn.  Mr. J. K. Brown and daughter, Ethel  of Sunimerland, were in Keremeos on  Tuesday evening on their way to Hedley.     ���������'.  George Cawston has closed down  his butcher shop in Hedley and was in  .Keremeos on Monday on his way to  Calgary.  Rev.   A. H. Ransome has been ill in  : the hospital at Lethbridge hut is now  recovered and  has taken a temporary  appointment iir Alberta.  Judging from remarks which we.  have heard there will likely be a good  attendance: of people from Keremeos  at the Labor Day sports in Hedlev.  A government engineer and his assistant are in the valley and will examine the Ashnola as to the feasibility of a wagon road up the canyon.  Rev. Mr. Cameron announces that  in future he willhold morning as. well  as evening service in the church on  Sunday. This means two services  every Sunday.  Sportsmen are already beginning to  polish up their rifles for the opening  of the deer season on Sept. 1st. Illegal shooting of deer by Siwashes up  the Ashnola is reported as usual.  The indications are that the fruit  in our valley this year will be the best  ever and arrangements should be  made to have it exhibited at as many  of the leading fairs as possible.  A. E. Howse and party of Nicola,  passed through here on Sunday in  their touring motor car. Mr. Howse  had come from Nicola via Kamloops  and the Okanagan and was headed for  Princeton where he has large business  interests.  Dr. McEwen had a drive on Saturday night that was anything but a  pleasure trip. He received an urgent  call to attend a typhoid patient at the  home of Riste's, Chopaka, and though  the night was inky dark and the river  to be forded he did not hesitate.  The motor car, or more correctly  the motor wagon, which "W. H. Armstrong has sent  in from  Vancouver  A party from the Centre, including  Mr. Frank Richter, Charley, Hans.  Freida and Bessie have been crimping  up the Ashnola during the past, week.  It is understood that while there Mr.  Rickter will look over some range  land with a view to pre-emption orpin-chase.  GENERAL NEWS  Work is to be resumed in the big  tunnel at Greenwood, a further sum  of $-10,000 having been secured to push  the work.  The miners' unions of the Boundary  will celebrate Labor,Day.at Christina  Lake.  A new long distance telephone will  be shortly installed between Kamloops and Vernon. ���������  Grand Forks will hold its first fair  this fall.  One of the clauses in the Provincial  Game Act 1910 states that no minor  under the age of 1G years unless accompanied by his parent or guardian,  is allowed to carry firearms for any  purpose whatsoever.  A Dry Farming Congress will be  held in Spokane on October 3rd-6th.  A desperado, bel ieved to have been  the train robber Haney who shot constable Decker at Ashcroft, was captured when trying to hold up a bank  in Montana last week.  Boston had a million dollar fire last  week in its wholesale lnmber district;  Mayor Gaynor, of New York, was  shot by a civil employee. The. shooting was done in public, and the reason  given by the assassin was that he had  been deprived of his job.  The fire in the Best and' Belcher  mine, at Virginia city, Nevada, recalls  the palmy days of the Comstock.  A public meeting at Merritt declared  for incorporation.  The United States has already paid  but over four billions in pensions.  General   Baden-Powell   is  Canada arrd giving every  merit to the. Boy Scout movement.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public.  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BUOKKRAG-E,  VUUi  INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE  KEREMEOS, B.C.  P.BROMLEY,  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  Horse-Shoeing a Specialty  KEREMEOS, -      ���������  B.-C-  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  GEO.  KIRBY, Manager.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  REAL ESTATE MINES;  Agent for:  London & Lancashire i Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Keremeos, B. C.  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  Is sold on its merits only.  Some dealers sell inferior flour -claming-, it as good as  Five Roses. The i*eason why they do this is because they receive scheme presents, prizes, etc.  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  .   ���������   ,7 ' . ; - - ���������    - -  Is used by first-class families and housekeepers who.  do not care for premiums but prefer quality.  And to go   witliithe Bread it makes we have nice  fresh creamery butter, 3 lbs for $1.00  I  FRANK RIPHTER & CO.  KEREMEOS,- - B. C.  Kcremcos-Pcntictoii Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E.SWklby, Proprietor.  Gallant  were a man,  I should  She���������"If I  never marry.''  He���������"If you  were a man, I should  never marry."  ^t^t ^?^D^B^������ ^^^5^fl^V^������^^^^^������^V^������^������^������^^^V^^^������^**������^^**  x      When in Keremeos stop at the j*  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  MEAT   MARKET  Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  Sole Agents: for Princeton Goal  FreeBus to alltrains  B.JC.E^it;iLahds Office    -  Headquarters for all stage lines;  Mitftt'iroi'M''*)^^  E. M. CROOKER  k^*akfci������fc*W^^^*a������i������������*Jr.������'irti  TOMMY SING  Contracts.for Work  arrived here on Sunday. It is a very  serviceable type of machine and was  brought in via Nicola and Princeton  by two experienced drivers.  Mr. Dynes representing the Riverside Nurseries of Grand Forks, has  been in town during the past week  and has gathered in a most satisfactory bunch of orders for spring delivery. Grand Forks nurseries, by  reason of their location are in the best  position to supply the requirements of  this valley, while the quality of the  stock they send out and their methods  of doing business will commend themselves to all their patrons.  Mr. and Mrs. G. Shaw and family, of  Greenwood arrived in Kereiueos on  Sunday evening having driven over.  On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Shaw left  for Vancouver via Spokane, where  they will spend a few days en route  visiting their daughter who is nursing  in St. Luke's hospital. At the coast  Mr. Shaw will spend a month or six  weeks doing survey work for Mr. Kennedy on the V. V. ���������& E. route between  Abbotsford and Hope, after which  they will rejoin their children here  and spend a few weeks with Mr. and  Mrs. "W. M. Frith.  H. P. Gibson, who is intending returning to Saskatchewan to vesicle is  offering for sale at bargain prices the  following articles : top buggy complete  with pole and shafts, democrat, wagon  (2!j inch tire), 3 rolls barb wire, set of  single harness, mower, rake, cultivator, 2 horse blankets, healing stove,  sewing machine, set of scales, 210 lbs;  crow bar, pick. 2 hay forks, "Washing  machine, mangle,-I chairs, 2 rockers,  lawn mower, 6 rolls tar paper, 8 gal.  red barn paint, saddle, -150 lbs wheat,  17,") lbs oats. Mr. Gibson may be seen  either at Shaw's old stoic where the  goods are stored <>r at his residence on  G. II. Knowling's lot.  County Court of Yale  SITTINGS of the County Court of Yale will  be held, as follows, viz :   At Fraternity  Hall, Hadlcy, on  Thursday   13th day of October 1910 ; and at tlie Court House, Princeton,  Sat'd'y loth day of October, 1910, at the hour of  eleven oclock in the forenoon of each day.  By Command  H"UGH HUNTKR  HO-til Registrar .-County Court  Land scrubbed or any kind of work by  contract at reasonable, rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China.  WATER NOTICE  "YTOTICH is hereby given that an application  -" will he made under part V, of the '-Water  Act, 1909," to obtain a licence in the Similkameen Division of Yale District.  (a) The name, address and occupation of the  applicant James Goddes Webster, Machinist,  Hedley, Ii. C.  (b) The name of the lake, stream or source  (if unnamed, the description is)sprin gunnamed  on P R 028s.  (e) The point of diversion atovorflow of said  spring  (d) Tho quantity of water applied for (in  cubic feet per second) 0.3 cubic foot.  (e) The character of the proposed works,  pipe line.  (f) The premises on which the water is to be  used [describe same] Pre-emption record (i'iSs  |g] The purposes for which the water is to  be used, Domestic and agricultural.  lh] If for irrigation describe the landed to be  irrigated, giving acreage, about 5acres on P.I!..  (K8s.  [j] Area of Crown land intended to bo occupied by tlie proposed works, none.  Ik] This notice was posted on tho Twonty-  fltth day of July 191(1 and application will be  made to the commissioner on the Twenty-fifth  day of August 1910.  |1] Give the names and addresses of any  riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose  lands are likely to be effected by tho proposed  works', either above or below the outlet, none.  .1AMICS GKDDKS WKBSTKR  Hedley, H. C.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of: Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKX LAND DISTRICT  DisTiucr on- Yale  NOTICE  SIMIUCAMKKX LAND IMSTIUCT.  DlSTKICT OK   YAI.K.  "T\AK:K notice that  I''.  K. Burr, agent for W.  A.Hiirr, of Ilodloy, ori-unation blacksmith,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands- -  Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of Lot .\'o. :i()3; thence south ill  chains; thence west, 20 cnaiiis; thence north -10  chains; thence east 20 chains to point of commencement, containing fO acres mure or less.  WILLIAM ASA IHII1I5  per Kdgar Klmer Burr.  June 30t,h, 1910 20-10  HnAKK XOTICK. that I, Kenneth Carlcton  -*- Boyd Frith, of Greenwood, B. C, occupation, Postmaster, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post- planted at the south  east corner of Indian Reserve, LotXo. 1, thence  west along Indian reserve Xo. 4, 20 chains;  thei.ee south >I0 chains; thence cast 20 chains,  then north along tlie Indian reserve, lob Xo. 3  to point of commencement containing 80 acres  more or less,  Khnnkth Caiu.kton Bovn Fkitii  Dated 21st of May, 1910  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft'  ������':  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft-  ft  ft-  ft  ft.  ft.  ft-  ft  @  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  ft  ft  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as the bank and.at the same time offers sucn1  big returns ion the capital invested.  REMEMBER  We offer no  land but what lias  the  water already; on. it  Fruit  Lots of any; size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350*per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  9&  ���������-ft  ���������ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  PLUMBING  WARM AIR  HEATING  AND  '.*:���������'-   V ���������'   ' V*    ' . ���������'������  40 Great Years  And 1909 Best of AH  "With over Eight Millions of new  business written in Canada  alone in 11)00.  Began business in 1870 with assets $0,210, and now the assets  are over- $14,000,000.  Canada's \]\g Popular Company  Chosen alike by rich and poor.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. HECiRAW, Local Agent.  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  Orders  by Mail will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  WM. DALRYMBLIE  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  NOTICE  LIOFOR LICENSE ACT, 1910  (section 19)  NOTICK is hereby given that on the lith day  of August, 1U10 application will be made  to the superintendent of Provincial police for  the grant, of a license! for the sale of liquor by  wholesale in and upon tlie premises known as  the Princeton Brewery, situate at Princeton,  upon the lands described as the Nelson Browing Co's premises situated on Vermillion  Avenue, Princeton.  Rudolph Corsulowsky agent of the company  has been seleeied to act as manager of the said  business.  XK L.SOX  BRKWING CO.  per II. Corsulowsky  Dated .Inly llth, 1910  Your Patronage Solicited.   Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  15c isn't much, is it? But you  will be surprised to see what it  can buy at Keeler's, on  Saturday, August 6th  Below is a few oi: tlie articles  to be seen on  Keeler's 15c Counter  Talcum l.'owdor    'Pancake Turners  Wire Vegetable Boilers Tooth Powder  China Cement   Crumb Trays  'Wool Dusters    Splash Mats, etc.  Come  in and  sec-  what loo  can   huv.  G.  G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  ;&


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