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 ft  AND SIMILKAMEI  Volume VI.  DVERTISER  HEDLEY, B.C:, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1910.  Number 3;  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [IS years' pi-acticcin Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,       -      -      B. C.  w.  H. T.  GAHAN  '  Barrister,  Solicitor,  c  Notary Public, Etc.  AlDKK  PENTICTON,  Block  B. C.  NOT THE RIGHT NICKEL PLATE  Hedley Nickel  Plate   Ships  no Ore to  Trail Nor Anywhere Else���������Gold.  Is Turned Out Here.  K. C. BROWN  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC, Etc.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Bakxes, Prop.  Pexticton, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer, Real Estate.  Mines,  Crown   Grants   Applied   For  ,. ..rTj-fi^v���������[awW  Mineral Act.  -f.^-^i  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co.  Loudon & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,   B.  C.  Several  people have been inquiring  of us concerning reports of Trail Smelter ore shipments  which led them to  suppose that the Nickel Plate mine, of  Hedley,    was shipping  ore   to Trail  smelter and   was   credited with   the  enormous ore production for the year  of 5391  tons,  which  is only about as  much as the mill puts through here in  a couple  of days.    The Nickel Plate  appearing  in the'Trail Smelter's shipping column is not the Hedley Nickel  Plate at all  but a claim in   the Rossland camp   which   bears  no  relation  wha tever to the  Hedley Nickel Plate  except the  name.    Unlike   the nigger  in the old song,  it couldn't even sing  of Hedley's Nickel Plate as "the fellow  that looks like me."  ~ Apart from  its bullion, all that the  Hedley Nickel plate ships is  the concentrates,  and the figure already stated  as the  ore shipment credited for  the yea$ is only about the monthly  turnoutbf concentrates.    Should the  Great Northern   persist in   the excessive freight rate for carrying out the  concentrates which was indicated by  the new tariff which they put in force  on  the loth   of July,  it is  doubtful  whether they  will get shipping any  more for it is  not at all improbable  that full arrangements will be made  for local treatment of the concentrates  and tests have been  under-way for  some time with that end in view.  OUTLINING THE WORK  THE INLAND WATER WAYS  What It Will Cost to   Make Saskatchewan River Navigable  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B. C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  HEDLEY BARBER SHOP  Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  HAIR  CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  along the Saskatchewan river for  which a party was sent out some time  ago, is going ahead, and by the time  parliament assembles 'there will be  'available preliminary estimates otthe  cost of the proposed waterway for  grain from Edmonton to Winnipeg.  While not officially stated it is  roughly estimated that the work necessary to navigation along the Saskatchewan, can be done for about 15,000,-  000. This is exclusive of the construction of locks to overcome the Givind  Falls. In some places the river is six  feet in depth aud.in others forty feet.  It will require much dredging. It  seems to be a sure thing that the  waterway will be built and if the estimates are received in time to remove any doubts as to its feasibility a  preliminary appropriation is expected  next session.  Ottawa, August 5.���������Preliminary reports received at the public works de-  Important Exploratory Programme to be  Undertaken by the Geological  Survey  This week we were all  pleased to  receive another visit fioin Mr. Charles  Camsell, of the Canadian   Geological  Survey,  who came   in   on   Saturday  accompanied by Mr.   R. H. Chapman  who   has  Had   charge   of   important  topographical  work on Vancouver Island.     Mr.  Chapman  is an engineer  and topographer of long standing who  was for many years in the employ of  the United States Geological Survey  and is in fact still in  connection with  that very important bpdv although at  present on  the strength  otthe Canadian Survey to whom  he   has   been  loaned  by  the United, States Survey  for a special purpose.  The Canadian Geological Survey, although a body that lias a long record  of valuable service to its credit) and in  the discharge of that service has performed feats of heroism and daring  that one would expect' to see recorded  in the pages of romance instead of.being left to be read between the lines in  the matter of fact prosaic statesments  of scientific detail which they have  left for us and that';are only to be  found in the pages of the government  blue-books) is as yet in a more or less  crude state and but ..ill-equipped for  the performance of the work which  remains to be done. , In this there is  implied no reflection, upon the heads  of the department who could' not be  expected to make bricks withoutstraw  and con Id not exceed the appropriations made them,        j  While the geological work has al-  been faithfully and efficiently done,  topographical work had but little attention, and ..thus much  of the map-  PRINCE RUPERT VOTES  FIRST  Scott Act To Be First Tried in Town of  Blind Pigs  Victoria, August 5.���������Champions in  British Columbia of the Canada Temperance act otherwise known as the  Scott act, are to make their first fight  for the substitution of this much criticised system for British Columbia's  new and drastic high license and strict  regulation law at Prince Rupeit, a  petition bearing the required 25 percent, of interested citizens having been  presented to the council and a plebiscite is being arranged in response to  this petition, to be taken on Monday  next. Should a majority be obtained  the abandonment of the license and  regulation system decided upon by the  civil authorities will be necessitated  and the Grand Trunk Pacific terminal  city will be "dry" from its birth. It  is also announced that an endeavor-  will be made in the very near future  to secure the adoption of the Scott act  in the district of Yale.  CENSUS OF FOREST PRODUCTS  BIG  LAND AND   CATTLE DEAL  Burns Company Buys  Million and Half  Property  NOT DECENT   FAILURE  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. IS, A. F. & A. M.,  arc hold on tlie second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hull, Hedley. Visiting  brethren arc cordially invited to attend.  W.J,  FORBES  VV.  H  M  D. BARNES,  Secretary  "The Scott act is  to  British  Columbia" says  E. A. C. STUDD  IlAUOl.I)   JIAY.VK DALV  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock Exchange  Real Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W.  Opposite N'cw Post Oflice  P. O. ilOX !)0(!  Vancouver, - - B. C.  K. H. ROGEKS,  M.A., B.O.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C.  be  tested in  the   "Slocan  Record".    "It may be a success in this  Province.    In Ontario it wasn't even a  decent failure     However temperance  agitators,  like other agitators   must  live,  and the only way  to get rid of  this class of agitators is  co grve them  plenty of rope.    It  is   impossible to  pass legislation   that will  make industrious    citizens    out    of     confirmed  drunkards  unless   some   provision is  made in the act for their complete isolation  until a cure  has been effected.  The  principal  causes of drunkenness  are  the  treating system and the card  and dice games.    The  man who will  stand  alone at   the bar and get drunk  should  bo  chloroformed, for   nothing  will cure  him of the   habit.    It is  the  "have another with me" that produces  intoxication    and    makes    confirmed  drunkards.    Simply the desire of man  not to appear mean among his fellows  There are   hundreds  of  men  in   the  West who  will   neither  treat nor accept a drink from  another at a   bar.  They  buy a drink   when they need it,  yet never   become   intoxicated.    The  now  licence act goes  into effect this  year.    It  is the   best that  has yet become law in Canada, and,   if enforced,  Dr. Spencer's  occupation will be gone,  in British Columbia."  The scarcity of fruit-pickers is beginning to look .serious for Okanagan growers.  is now the intention of the department to pay more, attention to this  'branch and it is to this end that the  services of Mr. Chapman have been  secured. His work for the Canadian  Survey has been for the most part  that of training some of the younger  men on the work in the latest methods  of topographical engineering and his  work on the Island has. been in the  nature of a summer school to prepare  men for active topographical work.  It is the intention of the department  to undertake the preparation of degree sheets and next summer one of  the first to be taken up will be in this  section which will be part of the degree lying between the 120th and 121st  meridians and between the 49th and  50th parallels of latitude. In fact it  will be made to extend about 20 miles  or so further north than the 50th  paraleel so as to meet the Kamloops  sheet. This amount of territory Mr.  Chapman, says can be worked over in  20 foot contours and mapped on asciile  of i miles to tho inch in one season by  a topographer and his party. By way  of laying out the work of this  sheet Mr. Camsell took Mr. Chapman  up on Climax bluff on Sunday and  from that vantage ground a good idea  of the district could be obtained and  the base points located.  On Monday they left for Oroville,  Mr: Chapman being on his way back  to Victoria and Mr. Camsell for the  Okanagan to investigate the reported  find of asbestos near Okanagan Falls.  Merritt, August 5���������It is reported on  good authority that the properties of  the Douglas Lake Cattle company  have been sold to P. Burns and company for $1,500,000. The sale covers  106,000 acres of land and 12,000 head of  cattle. A few months ago the owner  .1. G. Greaves refused $1,000,000 for  the property. The offer was then said  to have been made by Burns who has  been, seeking the property for sometime.  SHORTENING  THE  HOURS  Penticton Council Compels Hotels to Close  m.  The census of the forest products of  Canada, to be taken on 1st June, 1911,  will embrace square, waney or flat  timber, logs for lumber and miscellaneous products. r  In, the first class are included ash,  birch, elm, maple, oak, pine and all  other timber cut as square, waney or  flat, and in the enumeration will be  reported for cubic feet and value.  Logs for lumber, which are included  in the second class, are in such woods  as elm, hickory, hemlock, oak, pine  and spruce. They will be enumerated  in the census by quantities of 1,000 ft.  board measure, with value in the  same unit.  Miscellaneous products of the forest  include bark for tanning, fence posts,  firewood, hoop and hop poles, masts  and spars, piling, pot and pearl ashes,  railroad ties, staves, stave-bolts and  heading, telegraph poles (including  telephone and other poles for electric  wires), wood for pulp, and the furs  and skins of forest animals undressed,  and they, will be enumerated by number or quantity and value.  The census of forest- products will be  taken chiefly from farmers and the  lessees of timber limits.  PARSONS-SMITHERAM  Penticton, August 5.���������The council  has passed a bylaw governing, the  hours of hotels, which goes into effect  on August 15th. The new hours are  from 0. a. in., to 10 p. m. except on  Saturdays when the closing hours are  11 p. m. These hours take the place  of the old rule of 5 a.m. to 11 p. m.  HONORING PREMIER  Premier McBride is a- skilful politician, and we dare say he has not lost  sight of the prospective advantage in  honoring the chieftain of {the.Liberal  party. But however that may be, his  act loses nothing in gr.iciousness and  chivalry. Canadians everywhere.  Liberals and Conservatives, will take  it as a generous and kindly thought  on the part of the premier of British  Columbia, and rejoice in the honor  which is paid to the first minister of  the Dominion.���������Victoria Colonist.  GENERAL NEWS  OLD FRIENDS MEET  Unexpected meetings or- meetings in  unexpected places often occasion surprise and pleasure to the parties meeting. A rather remarkable instance of  this took place in Hedley this week in  the chance meeting of Mr. R. H. Carpenter of the Geological survey and  Mr. R. Wheeler, superintendent of tho  mill and cyanide plant. When they  were intioduced the mention of names  did not awaken any particular interest,  for both names are reasonably common, but the meeting seemed to call  up former memories fca- both of them  and each felt sure that they had met  before. On comparing notes thoy  found out that thoy hid worked together on the United States Geological  .Survey where Mr. Wheeler had been  traverse man for Mr. Carpenter about  about nineteen years .-go in Sonora,  California.  Fort George is to have government  buildings and become an official  centre.  The bill to change the accession  oath has been carried by a large majority in the British House of Commons and is expected to have equally  as strong support in the House of  Lords.  Automobile traffic orr the Cariboo  road has fallen off and machines are  being shipped to the coast.  During May in British Columbia  there were 09,000.000 feet of logs  scaled by the provincial scalers.  The C. P. R. intends ta expend a  million dollars in the improvement of  its lines in the Kootenay district.  Private Allen has been committed  for trial in Victoria for the murder of  Capt, Elliston.  Explosion of petrol on a. British submarine caused injury to an officer and  five men.  Cardinal Gibbons declaims  extravagance and self-indulgence as  the prevailing sins of the present age.  The C. P. R. steamer Princess May  .struck a rock in Portland canal and  foundered. No loss of life attended  the wreck.  The oil refinery at Port Moody was  destroyed by fire last week.  An interesting and important social  event marked the present week in  Hedley, the occasion being the marri- ���������  age of Mr. F. H. Par-sons," of Olalla,  and Miss May Smitherani. The marriage took place yesterday (Wednesday, August 10th) and was solemnized  111 the church by Rev. A. H. Cameron  in the presence of a large number of  spectators and guests.  The church was tastefully-decorated  for the occasion in evergreens and  flowers. Messrs. T. C. Reveley and  John Gladden acting as ushers in seat-  iugJili������������>fiie*ti?i���������- -I^e^-grwoffi/raasii^^swiBWSJ^,  Mr. Wallace Knowles, who was "an old  college mate of the groom and the  bridesmaid was Miss Myrtle McLean,  while Mr. Thos. Smithram, brother of  the bride, gave her away, the wedding  inarch being played by Miss Marjorie  Smith.  The bride looked handsome in a  dress of white silk mull, and hat cream  all over lace. She carried in her hand  a bouquet of white carnations and  white sweet peas and asparagus fern.  The bridesmaid's dress was of white  mescaline silk, and hat leghorn flop  trimmed with pink chiffon and pink  button roses, and she carried a bouquet  of pink carnations, sweet- peas and  asparagus fern.  At the residence of Dr. McEwen  were displayed the handsome wedding:  presents which attested the popularity  of the contracting parties. The groom's  present to the bride was a handsome  watch, to the bridesmaid a set of pearl  lace pins, to the groomsman cuff links  and to the ushers stick pins.  A reception was held at the resi-  dente of F. M. Gillespie on Ellis Ave.  after which the happy couple left by  the afternoon train for Spokane on  wedding tour.  The Gazette joins with their many  friends in wishing them all happiness  and prosperity.  A PURVEYOR OF PERFUMES  against  [Slocan Record]  Perhaps   the   greatest   nuisance  in  the Westis the vendor of filthy stories  He combines the vocal 111 iniicr-y of the  parrot with  the facial   contortions of  the ape.   He is  everywhere���������in   the  dining room,   in the reading room, in  the store,  on the street corner, going  to and  coming from  church.    He  is  in all  places, and  revels in obscenity.  If two or three are talking together in  a public place  he wedg.is in.     At the.  first lull in theconveisation ho is there  with. "Oh, by the way, T heard a good  thing  the  other day!"  and then   the  filth oozes out of the creature.     He is  an  entertainer,  a,  wit.  and  a mimic,  but people do not   purchase toilet perfumes from the scavenger.  Crowsnest coal has paid one per  cent-dividend. It is the first paid for  two years.  Rossland hunters are gathering in  bears at the rate of four bruins per  week. &.aK/s*!UKS?S=..  THE   HEDLEY    GAJETTE,    AUG  11,   1910.  1  -;v .4.  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  s*uc:l en Thur-wlays. by the IlKDI.KV G.W.KTTK  l\:   VI l.N'IJ ANH i'1.  Ist.l.SlilNfi I'OMI'AN'V.  , i.iMI I'Kli.   a!   Moillev.  li. '.'.  ropean Agency  i  -   i  1     Wholesale Imlents promptly executed at  lowest cash   prices for all kinds j  of British   anil Continental  goods, in- 1  .$���������-'.01,  ���������J. .30  Subscriptions, in Advanc  I'tr Year.    ..  '���������   ( trailed Stales I   Advertising Rates  '���������"Measurement, VI lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������-Cortilleatos of lmprovcmuut. etc.  ������7'00 for (iO-day notices, and $.i.00 fur nil-day  notices. '.-',������������������.  Advertisuments will lie changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftoner than once a month  he  price, of composition   will  be charged at  rcfrular rates.  A. MEORAW. Managing b'dltor.  and druggists'   Sundries  Full Moon  ���������20  Last I'ui.ir.  Si.  ^it>������*������*.3$   Xew Moon  eluding  Books and Statioiu-ry  .'Biints; Slices anil Leather,  t'lieiiiic.i  China, Mail hen ware  and glassware,  Cvnles. Motors a.ml Accessories,  Drapery, Millinery and Piece Goods,  Fancy Goods and .Perfumery.  Hardware. .Machinery and Metals,  ,'Jewellry. Plate and Watches,  ���������Photographic and Optical Goods,  Provisions and Oilmen's Store.*.  "������������������ttV 7 <,������  :ior,)  AUG  Kirst' quar.  V>.  1910  Sim. Mod. Tucs. We;!. Tim. Frl. Sat.  CommiSMon 2A% to 5%;  Trade discounts allowed.  Special Quotations on demand.  Sample cases from ������10 upwards.  Consignments of Produce Sold on Account. '';.'���������  William Wilson & Sons  (Established 1S1-1)  25, Abchurch Lime, London, 15. C.  Cable Address:   "Annuaii-e, London':  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  #     *    i*     *  .   *  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  1836  99  74 Years in Businesi  Everything New and First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  NOTICE  14  21  28  I  S  15  22  29  9  10  23  .30'  10  17  2-1  31  4  11  IS  25  o  12  19  26  (I  13  20  27  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  A rather amusing incident took  place when "Premier Laurier was at  Saskatoon.- Tn one of his meetings  with the graih-groweis association a  member of that organization who had  been a prominent free trade liberal  of the old school and who is unreasonable enough to adhere to the old-free  trade doctrines pre'tiched'hy'the Liberals prior to ISPo reminded Sir Wilfrid  that 1111 one occasion In-fore .189(5 the  Pieiniei-had promised to skin the protection bear and lie now called on'Sir-  Wilfrid to produce the bide.  At Port Arthur Sir Wilfrid Laurier  in dealing with the question of wheat  production and the movement of the  wheat crop of the Canadian west, told  them: "The geographical position necessitates all the wheat passing here;  it all makes a. a bee-line in this direc  tiou." At Winnipeg he talked Hudson Bay railway to which he pinned  his faith as a great outlet for the  grain crops of the west. Now, Vancouver has some, aspirations herself in  the matter1 of being the great outlet  for that highly elusive grain crop.  What sunny way will the man of  "s-unny ways" take in explaining to  Vancouverites how that ubiquitous  grain crop should travel ? It is certainly a.' question about which Vancouver is very much concerned, and  the people there, would like to hear  from him about it .something which  will be as agreeable to swallow as the.  taffy given to Port Arthur and Winnipeg. If lie bad not promised it all  to Port Arthur a divvy-up might  have, been mutually agreed upon.  A great   ileal  of  nonsense  is  being  talked nowadays  in  certain   quarters  regarding Canada's claim   to the right  of being called a nation.     Canada  is  not a nation although practically she  has been intrusted with   and does exercise nearly all   the  most important  powers and functions of a nation ; she  is merely a very important part of the  greatest nation in the world, and why  should there be any discussion on the  fanciful fad   of Canadian  nationhood  that is an absurdity on the face of it.  England, to-day, is not a nation ;   Ireland is not a nation,   and  Scotland  is  not a  nation.     None  of these make  any  pretence of being  nations    nor  ask to be called such,  and why should  a. mixture of English, Irish and Scotch  together    with    some    two    million  French  Canadians who  are  as good  Britons as any of us   put forward any  such claim   because, they or their forefathers for reasons  that seemed good  to them   chose  t->  make, this country  their home ?    Is  this  kind of nonsensical talk  all the return we can make  to the mother country for giving  to  us  the   full   measure   of   self-government which we civj^y V  'TM-iE public of British Columbia and visitors  A are cordially invited to meet the Kiylit  Honorable Sir Wilfrid Laurier. G. I". M. G.; 1'.  C I'remiei' of Canada, at a Public Reception  to be tendered.by the I'remier and Members of  the Executive t ouncil. of the Government of  British Columbia, in the Parliament Building,  Victoria, oil Wednesday the 17th inst. at!) p.m.  j     HENRY ESSOX YOUNG  Provincial Secretary.  ' Water-users;arc��������� requested to exercise all  possible care to prevent waste of- Water at  their talis. Carelessness in this matter may be  tlie means of depriving the hospital of a continuous supply.  'f UK Sl.MrLKAMKKN Watehwouks Co, Ltd.  . per G. V. Jones.  Every Banking  Accommodation  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  "���������"���������"~~ ��������� offered to Farmers.  Cattlemen, Miners and  Lumbermen.  Sale notes handled on most favorable terms. Checks,  on any Bank cashed. Money advanced to reliable meii-  at reasonable rates.      ,  Money sent to any point by Money Order, Draft or  Telegraph. Transfer.-,  Hedley  Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  WATER ACT 1909  County Court of Yale  SITTINGS of the County Court of Ya!  bo held as follows, vi/. :   At Fral  lie will  ���������item i by  Hall, Hadley, on Wednesday,   5th day of October lillfl ; and at the Court House, Princeton,  Friday Ttli day of October, 1'JIO, at the hour of  eleven oclock in the forenoon of each day.  Hy Command  HUGH HUNTER  30-td Registrar County Court  Okanagan College  Sunimerland, B. C.  Courses for 1910-11  Preparatory; High School; two years  University; Business including Typewriting and Stenogiaphy, Piano and  Vocal.  Separate Residences for young men.  and young women. Well equipped  gymnasium.  Fall Term operas Sept. 21st.  -Pur Calendar and further particulars  address the Principal.  EVERETT W. SAWYER.  BY- direction of the Board of Investigation  notice is hereby given that the Hoard  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, 13011.  Pino Creek. ���������-.-���������������������������..  Spring on Pre-emption No. 2ilS(l  Spring on Kcks Pre-emption  ,   Shoot Creek  ��������� Ellis or Nauisheen Creek i.  .lames (.'reek ,  Penticton Creek ��������� ���������     ���������  ���������Spring on Pre-emption No. -Jo51  Cannon Lake  Second Creek'  Cedar Creek  Little Penticton Creek:  Sheep Creek  -I Mile Creek, south on Dog Lake  I Mile Creek on East side Okanagan Lake  Five-Mile Creek  .1 oh nson Creek  Springon Pre-emption No. 4507  . Spring near Pre-emption near 4-Mile Crock  Spring near 1st creek near Pre-emption l.'ISs  Springon Sub-lot 111, L. 2711  Alder Creek  Maple Creek ;  Creek S miles south on Dog Lake  McLean creek >: -  Lake near Kelowna���������Penticton trail  -.Spring, Penticton  Stewards Dam  ,    Creek, Lot 2S(5  7 Mile creek. (Lots -210 and 2(Hi)  Camp.'Old Camp, it-mile or Arawana. creek  Creek on Lot till  Spring near south  east corner of Lot 5S7  South branch of Ellis Crook  Spring, Lot "2551  Meeting for the purpose of adjudication will  be held at Penticton on or about October -JOth,  lillfl: Okanuga n Falls on or about October 25th,  liJlll, and  Naramata on or about October 28th;  11II0.  W. S. DREWRY.  Chief Water Commissioner  Lands Department, (Water Branch)  Victoria. .Inly loth, 1910 12  ���������  ���������  ���������  WEHAVEMONEY  to invest in any sound proposition.  Timber, Coal or  Agricultural Lands  Make a clear sketch and write fully in your first letter if you  want a definite answer.  Western Canada Inuestment Co.  Suite 45 Flack. St  V/ancbuver������ B. C.  ���������  ���������  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    WAZETTK  Records  Arc  Now Perfect  We may be able to still further improve Victor Records���������rthougn  we hardly know where.  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No F^reigfnt - No Express  Yon can buy from its at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  DYKE, EVANS <& CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St,, Vancouver.  Horse Kaclng*  Baseball  Trap Shooting:  Machine Drilling: |  Football  I Tugr-a-War  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  SEE SMALL BILLS   FOR PROGRAMME  ���������    I iraniS Ball m Monday Evening  f EVERYBODY WELCOME  ���������  ���������  COMMITTEE  T. H. ROTHERHAM, Chairman G. H. WHITEMAN. Recretary.  ';J-V  ADVERTISE IN THE GAZETTE! ���������J:  V.  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,  AUG  11,   1910.  'f-V  ,   Town and District.  ���������' Miss Florence Daly and Miss Helen  Corrigan, ��������� of Keremeos. were in town  on Tuesday calling on friends.  ". ���������  E.D. Boeing and Sid Brown spent  Sunday and Monday  in  Oroville and  ' saw some good baseball.  ������������������'..*������������������ Messrs W. D. MacMillan and W. J.  Forbes came sn from Riordan mountain on Tuesday.  V. Kistler, of Grand Forks, dis-  rict traffic agent for the Great Northern was in town last week.  Rev. Archdeacon Beer, of Nelson,  was in Hedley last week and held service on  Friday evening- in Fraternity  ..Haii. ;    -; -,���������'������������������ ��������� .'  The Bank of Vancouver, the new  financial institution of which L. W.  Shatford, M. P. P. is a director is  opening up in Vancouver this week.  A rainy afternoon on Saturday last'  caused a postponement of the  Golf  foursomes on the links.    A new drawing for partners will  he made for the  Saturday coming.  By some unaccountahle oversight  the name-of the secretary was left-off  ', the Labor Day posters. The secretary-treasurer is G. H. "Whiteman. to  to whom all communications should  he sent and with whom all entries  must be made.  The hospital auxiliary met on Friday last for the usual monthly business meeting and in addition, elected  the following officers for the ensuing  term: Preside!) fc, Mrs. E. D. Boeing;  vice-president, Mrs. Jamiesort.; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Rotherhain ; purchasing committee, Mrs. Jones and  Mrs. Rotherhain.  The rains of the past week came  very fortunate in helping out the  water supply in streams that were  waning and in drowning out forest  fires that were filling the air with  smoke. The increase in the volume  of water in Twenty-mile is very, noticeable and the management of the Hedley Gold Mining Company is noting  the same with a great deal Of satisfaction.  Mr. and Mrs. A.  Creelman  left for  Hedley, where they expect to remain  for- some  time.     Mr.  Creelman  is a  mining man,   and  has  been  his headquarters in  Oroville,  after the interests of C. H. Brooks, an  extensive mining promoter of Boston.  Mr. Brooks contemplates making investments  in   the   Hedley   neighborhood,   and   it   is   necessary   for   Mr.  Creelman to be near at hand to superintend   the     management   of    those  The water supply through the new  wooden pipes is proving very satisfactory. No woody taste has been apparent, and with the exception of a  little ���������inconvenience from sawdust  which only lasted a day or two and  Avhich was due to a quantity of sawdust being put in the pipe when the  water was first put in to help to tighten up the joints, little or no change in  the quality of the water was noticeable. The pressure too seems ample  for all purposes; but is not of course  as high as formerly, when the high  pressure was on but is greater than  the low pressure of the old arrangement. '  Last week a couple of fellows who  were employed at construction work  on the tramway-up at the mine got  their time and proceeded to fill up on  booze. They went clown into the  Chinese quarter and taking advantage  of tin"! absence of the constable who  was in Princeton proceeded to run  amuck with the stores, kicking things  about generally and rendering themselves eligible for a more or less lengthy sojourn in Kamloops.. On his return the constable interviewed thern  and ascertained that money would be  forthcoming to pay for the damage  done. They were willing to give an  order for the amount on fi rancher for  whom they were going to work. Hedley has been pretty free from that sort  of lawlessness, and reluctant as the  authorities are to go to the extent of  committing to jail which is attended  with consiperable expense, they will  not hesitate a moment to send them  there, for there is n<> intention of let-  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  H E DEL Y=  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.  ting hoboes get away with  that they can  .with impunity.  do  that sort  the idea  of thing  METEOROLOGICAL.  making  looking  The following sire the readings show  ing temperature,   etc.,  ending Aug   6, 1910 :  for the week  Aug  Julv-31-  1  2  3  4  5  6  AT THE MINK.  Maximum  84  69  '....'.���������-������������������-���������    84   ������������������-���������.  -���������':-.''.'���������-.���������'���������   st ���������   .  .:      oo   ������������������-.  ....-'-       6S     '-.  76     .'.  Minimum  28  45  47  46  55  _55  52  RE. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  ���������  holdings.���������Oroville Gazette  "Man-to-Man" is the title of a now  British Columbia magazine which has  taken over the magazine Westward  Ho. "Man to Man" gives promise of  cutting a wide swath in the field of  British Columbia newspaperdom. In  appearance it is excellent, for the  charms of the typographic art have  been lavished upon it to lend beauty  to the sight, while the matter is wholesomely Canadian and as such the  magazine is bound to give British Columbia important service in making  known its resources and opportunities.  The caterpillar nuisance continues  with little abatement and it appears  to us that we are all of us too indifferent in the matter of taking measures-  to get rid of them. The fact is very  apparent that although Hedley is in  the noted fruit-growing valley of the  Similkameen, fruit-growing as an industry is not very well advanced in  this immediate vicinity, for those who  are disposed to go to the trouble of  preparing a spray to get after the  caterpillars have no spray pump with  which to apply it and don't know of  anyone from whom they could borrow  one. The brutes are lothsome to have  crawling along the sidewalks and entering dwellings, and besides, there is  every reason to fear that if heroic  treatment is not meted out to them  now they may be a great deal worse  next year.  A pooling arrangement has been entered into between the shareholders of  the Pollock mines and a brokerage  firm on the coast who have undertaken to supply further- funds for development. The fact that all the Medley shareholders agreed to the two  years' pooling arrangement although  many of them bought their stock out  of the treasury, should be sufficient  evidence to outsiders that every confidence is felt in the property by those  on the ground who are. in the best  position to judge of its merits. The  Pollock is fortunately situated as regards transportation and facilities for  working and these combined with  merit in the property makes it a proposition in which the investing public  may with confidence be asked to invest by the purchase of stock.  Average maximum temperature 75.42  Average, minimum do        47.2S  Mean temperature      ' 61.35  Rainfall for the week   0.55 inches.  Snowfall     '"       "        0. "  COKKESPONDING WEEK OF LAST YEAK  Highest maximum temperature .���������  Average maximum do ���������.  Lowest minimum do ���������.  Average minimum do ���������.  Mean  Aug  do  AT THE MILL.  Maximum        Minimum  Julv31 ..70 42  1 .. 75 44  2 .. 06 .. 37  3 .. 63 '      .. 40  4 .. (59     ... 39  5 .. 72 .. 44  6 .'. 64 .. 37 ..  Average maximum temperature 6S.42  Average minimum do 40.42  Mean do 54.42  Rainfall for the week   .66  inches  CORRESPONDING WEEK OF LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 90  Average do do 7S.  Lowest minimum do 43.  Average do do 56.14  Mean do 67.07  WATER NOTICE  'V'OT'IGE is hereby given that an application  -"-' will be made under part V, of the ''Water  Act, 1(109," to obtain a licence in the Similkameen Division of Yale District.  (a) The name, address and occupation of the  applicant James Gcddes AV'ebstcr, Machinist,  Hedley, B.C.  (b) The name of the lake, stream or source  (if unnamed, tho description is) sprin giumamcd  onPKG28s.  (c) The point of diversion at overflow of said  spring-  ���������(d) The quantity of water 'applied for (in  cubic feet; per'second) 0.8 cubic foot. '  (e) The character of the proposed works,  pipe lino.  (f) The promises on which tho water is to bo  used [describe same] Pre-emption record (!2Ss  (g) Tho purposes for which the water is to  bo used, Domestic and agricultural.  Ill] If for irrigation describe the landed to bo  irrigated, giving acreage, about 5acres on l'.R.  fii'Ss.  |j| Area of Crown land intended to bo occupied by the proposed works, none.  fk] This notice was posted on the Twenty-  fifth day of July 19U) and application will be  made to the commissioner on the Twenty-fifth  day of August 1U10.  [11   Give the names and addresses  of  any  riparian proprietors or. licensees who or whoso-  lands arc likely to be effected hy the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet, none.  JAMKS GEDDKS WICBSTKR  Hedley. R. C.  Just R^oei\zecJ  A Large Shipment of  fWalk-Over  Shoes*  :  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  for Men and Woman  LATEST STYLES&COMFORTABLE LASTS  ���������"  A"Delayed Shipment of Men's Fine 2-Piece  SUMMER  SUITS  which we 'are  offering- at greatly  reduced  prices on account of late arrival.  These Suits are  exceptionally good value at $7.50 and $12.  ���������  Shatfords, Ltd.*  Try  .wwWVMXfe.  VMoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  NOTICE  TfOrOIICK U hereby given, that thirty days  ���������" from date, I, Gorman West, of J-Jtill Creek  JI. C. intend to apply to tho superintendent of  Provincial Police. K. S. Ifussey, of Victoria, for  a retail liquor license for the Bull Creek Hotel,  located at Bull Creek, B. C.  Bull Creek. B. C. .Tunc L'Sth. 11)10  L'll-I GORMAN WEST  Move expert thinking  has gone into the making  of the Monarch than any  typewriter sold. That is  why it demands little or  no thought from tlie owner or the user. That is  why it is the typewriter  your best stenographer  deserves and your poorest  stenographer needs.  GOOD PRINTING  Such as You should use when j-mi want  to make an  impression  on   customers.  ���������I  I  i  x  I  i  I  ���������g  X  $  I  X  ������  K  K  x  *>:  X  X  K  x  X  *;  x  :*"  X  I  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  K  X  *;  Is Only Obtained  By using modern type faces on good stock  "The   Gazette   Job   Department  is prepared to turn it out for you  Patronize the Home Shop  Vou������ \A/ant Home Trade.  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  -Tlie Monarch Typewriter  Company, Ltd.  98 King Street West, Toronto.  A. MEGRAW, local Agent  @  THE RIVERSIDE NURSERIES  Grand Forks( B.C.    Comprising .100 acres  Lai-gust growers of Nursery Stock in Britis Columbia.' All  stock wintered in our cellars and  no danger of buying winter  killed trees.  Buj'BiitisIiColunibiagrown trees for-Britisb Coin nibiaorcliards  @������������������������������������@������@������������������������@������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������m  it*iue*ft**i^i!������'ft*������g������t^**������w^^^  I  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights 4c.  Anyono sending a Blcotch and description may  quickly nacortaln our opinion free whotlier an  Invention la probably patentable. Communica-  tlona strictly conlldontlal. HANDBOOK onPntento  sent froo. Oldest fluency for securing patents.  Patents takon through Muim & Co. receive  sptclal notice, without chnrse, In the  Scientific American,  A handsomely Illustrated wookly. I.nrcost circulation of any Hcientltlo Journal. Terms, 13 tt  year: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  MIINN & Co.36,Broadw^ New York  Branch Office, IKS P St.. Wasblnmon,. D. C.  .SUBSCRIBE FOB THE GAZETTE !  PflL/lCfc  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables    HHDL12Y   B. C.   1F A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    "I Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  AV O O D   FOR    S A L E !  Phon   11.        INN1S  BROS. Proprietor*.  When   writing'    Advertisers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  X  X  X  K  x  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  *i  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  K  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  K  X  K  x  FRUIT   JARS  Knowlton's Patent Vacuum, one of the  Newest American Fruit Jars. Guarantees a perfect vacuum and eliminates all  danger of losing your fruit. Heavy crystal, swooth finished edge, patent glass  cap and zinc screw top, having a top  as well as a side pressure.  PRICES VERY MODERATE  J. A. SCHUBERT, hedley.  ;  X  3  X  X  i  X  K  x  x  *>:  X  X  X  X  K  X  x  X  K  ?:  I  X  W#KWl%WV*l*tf*W*W*%WA*WA*%*U^  ������������������*. THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,    AUG   11,   1910.  nL'JS  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower ������������������Similkameen���������-. F  Town and Lower Valley.  C. ,/E. Shaw, P. L. S., of Greenwood  is'expected in Keremeos this week.  Mr. and Mrs. .). li. Shaw and family  and Mrs. XaUken are back from Spokane  ���������'I love my  horse, but oh! you auto!  ���������A. J...1.   ''"Can't--'see any fun in aiito-  ing"-~T. H.  Mrs. .1. A. Brown spent from Saturday   till   Tuesday    with    friends   in  Princeton.  ���������~     A  representative   of   the   Province  X. was in town on Tuesday soliciting sub-  :>��������� scriptions.  Mrs.  Geo. Loudon  left on  "YVednes-  ,   on a visit to .her sister,  Mrs Parker at  Nelson, B. C.  A. Robertson has purchased the  Breadner place across the river.on the  Webster property. '    ,  11.A. Curiniclwel, of Princeton spent  Sunday with his wife at the home of  her father, Mr. J. .1. Armstrong.  Mrs. A. Robinson and little daughter  of Grand Forks are visiting the former's parents  Mr, and Mrs.   Ezra Mills.  Mrs. Richard Cawston, of Ontario,  is the guest of Mrs. Daly at the ranch,  Mr. Cawston is at present at the coast.  F. .Schneider intends leaving for the  coast about the. end of tlie   week and  f.iom there  he will make a  trip to the  ���������prairies.  . W. .T. ('lenient, ex-editor of the.  Penticton Press was in town on Tuesday on his way to the coast via Prince-  arid Merritt.  .' A number of Keremeos friends attended the nuptials of F. A. Parsons  and Miss May Smitheraur in Hedley  on Wednesday.  T. C. Brooks has the lumber on the  ground and has commenced the erection of a comfortable- dwelling on his  property south of the track.  liev. Mr. Cameron's visit to friends  in Spokane last week was rather disappointing as he found most of those  whom he went to see away holidaying.  Grigor returned to Rossland on Saturday to adjust some business requiring his attention, before entering upon  his duties in the customs  office here.  Owing to the fact that Billy Pooler  had taken to himself a wife and could  not play ball, the "all-star" ball team  failed to shine with any brilliance at  Oroville tournay.  A large number of immigrants from  across the lino have passed up the val-  J. J. Armstrong has purchased a  new up-to-date device for use in packing apples. It not only secures tlie  proper pressure on tlie apples in the  box but enables the nailing up of the  boxes to he done   very  expeditiously.  Owing to the continued illness of  his wife at Alameda,; Sask., Porter  Gibson has decided to return to ,:ithe  prairies to reside. -Last week lie ship-  a. load of household- effects back to  Penticton, intending to travel by the  C. P. R.When he goes.  Archdeacon Beer spent a few days  in Keremeos during the week and conducted service on Sunday, morning  and evening; The archdeacon has,  been in Vancouver attending the consecration services in ' connection with  the appointment of Bishop De Pencier  and came in by way of the Okanagan.  Mr. Grigor, of Rossland, arrived in  Keremeos on Saturday and is assisting Mr. Frith in the custom's office.  He is acquainted with a number of  the old-timers here, having travelled  this constituency in the interests of  Smith Curtis during the election  of 1907. "������������������:.  J. A. BROWN  '       r Notary Public  COXVEVAXOIXG, CUSTOMS BHOK1SRAGE,  FIIiK INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE - ~     KEREMEOS, B.C.  P. BROMLEY,  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  Horse-Shoeing a Specialty  KEREMEOS, - -.  B.--C.  ley during the week and others are  still here awaiting passing of their  horses by the veterinary inspector.  Lome Coleman who is engaged with  the G. N. survey party in the Southern Okanagan took a run up from  Oroville on Monday unci is spending a.  week with his father, T. W. Coleman.  The Keremeos Land Company has  invested in an automobile and in  future Manager J. .I. Armstrong will  be in a better position to show land  seekers around and. when occasion requires, meet parties at Penticton.  W. .1, Stover, having disposed of his  interests here returned to the land of  his nativity on Monday. He intends  spending a few months with friends in  Oregon before returning to his old  home at Sheridan. Wyoming.  F. R. Anderson and M. J. McKeown,  two gentlemen from the Kootenay  country, have been spending the past  week in this section locating crown  lands which they will purchase, They  have.staked nine different parcels, representing about 4000 acres.  O. H. Carle, dealer in fruits and garden products is using a very effective  means of advertising his goods these  days.- It consists in having a box of  peaches, over ripe for shipping but  just right for eating, at the depot and  these are freely distributed among  travellers and others. To eat a Keremeos peach is to destroy forever the  taste for any other and no doubt the  fruit distributed by Mr. Carle will result in  many others  coming his  way5]  Lightning recently struck the chimney of our public school knocking  therefrom a few pieces of brick and  tearing a patch of shingles from the  roof, continuing its course it followed  the metal in the gutter of the roof and  the water pipe doing no apparent  damage till il struck the corner of the  building a few feet above the ground.  No one appears to have noticed what  happened at tin- time and it is fortunate that fire did nol ensue.  George Milburii left on Monday via  Penticton for New Westminster,  where he. will take a post graduate  course and then proceed to' Hnzclt-ou,  B. C, a town about 150 miles up the  Skeena River, where he will enter the  government land- office. George's  friends here, while congratulating him  on his good fortune will be wondering  where he got his "pull".  Persistent rumors of a decided slackening in the pace of construction work  on the V. V. & E, grade above Princeton are continually finding their way  down the valley and are. received by  the long suffecing public with anything but complacency. As we heard  one prominent liberal remark "We  will yet have to get John Oliver to  build the railroad over the Hope  mountains."  Joe Armstrong's bungalow on lot G  is beginning to assume the appearance  of a. dwelling and gives promise of  being a strictly up-to-date and very  attractive residence. Like Mr. Clarke's  it is a ready-made house, built in Vancouver and shipped heie in sections,  which fit together with a precision  not always noticed in houses that are  built on the ground,  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G.N. li. Station  .  GEO.   KIRBY,   Manager;  <*���������''������������������   ��������� - - " ���������'...'   ���������-���������  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  REAL ESTATE MINES.    ���������  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Five Ins. Co.  ��������� Occuh Accident and Guarantee Co..,  Keremeos, B. C.  I  I  !  i  You are quite right Mrs.  Brown  FIVE ROSES  is not,  never was, and  never will be, a Bleached  Flour  FRANK RIGHTER & GO.  KEREMEOS, - - B. C.  Kcrcmeos-Penticton 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.1 Welby, Proprietor.  ^^^^ ^D^^^D"^^ ^U^^> &\>^^> *D ^&^^^^^^^^^^*p^^^^^t^������^^^^^^^B  *.������������������'���������;������������������"��������� ��������� ' - ' ��������� Jf  I      When in Keremeos stop at the  keremeos  meat market  x  X  K  x  H  *���������  x  K  x  K  I  x  X  X  *  K  H  x  X  X  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor,  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains  B.C. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage" lines.  x  x  V  .*���������������������������  I  .������������������������  X  ���������t  x  I  x  '^'tf������'tffi'*'*ir������*'4^������4o������������������feM^^  Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  E. M. CROOKER  A case -which should have  a wholesome effect on "fr-eshies" from  across  the line,  who are   disposed to  hold in  contempt the customs officials on this  side,  was pulled  off here   this week  ^yhen   a   half-breed   named   Marcelle  Lafieur  had his horses   and   saddles  seized  by collector  Frith and himself  and klooch given free  transportation  as far as  Oroville on the   way back to  their home near Oolville.     Instead of  reporting at Osoyoos the  breed deliberately avoided officer   Coristine and  afterwards  boasted   of what he had  done, hinting also at gun play were he  to be held up.     Learning of what had  happened  constable Max   Ewart immediately got busy arid headed off his  man  at Penticton,   where he and his  wife had apparently gone to visit some  relatives.    They were brought in here  on   Sunday,   their horses  and saddles  taken  in charge  by the customs collector and  themselves   placed aboard  the  south-bound   train on  Monday in  charge of constable Ewart.     In due  time  the horses and saddles will be  offered for- sale by public auction.  TOMMY SING  Contracts for Work  Land scrubbed or any kind of work by  contract at reasonable rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing. Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAXD DISTRICT  District ok Yaijs  @  ������  @  &  &  S5  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  REMEMBER  We  offer no  land but what has  the  water already on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  #���������  m  NOTICE  rPAKE NOTICE, that I, Kenneth Carleton  x Boyd .'frith, of Greenwood. 15. 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. i, 20 chains;  thonco south 10 chains; thence east 20 chains,  then north along the Indian reserve, lot No. 3  to point of commencement containing 80 acres  more or loss,  Kennktii Caiu.eto.v Uovd Fkith  Dated 21st of May, 1(110  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR  HEATING   AND    GENERAL  LIQUOR LICENCE ACT, 1910  (Section 111)  VTOTICK is hereby given that on the 18th day  iN of August, 1SII0 application will bo made  to the superintendent of provincial police fertile grant of a licence for the sale of li(|iior by  wholesale in and upon the premises known as  the Hedley Hrewery. situate near Hedley, 11. C.  IIEDLEY HREWERY  per r.ouis .Scherbauer.  Dated July 18th, 11110.  NOTICE  v^iivi  TINSMITHING  Orders  by Mail will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  WM. DALRYMPU  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  Your Patronage Solicited,  isffiction Guaranteed.  Sat-  .SLMILICAMEEX LAXD DISTRIf:T.  DlSTlUCT OI-'  Yai.k.  "yAKK notice flint  K. K. Burr,  agent for W.  -1-   A.Hun-, of .Hedley, occupation blacksmith,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands--  Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of Lot Xo. .TO: thence south -id  chains; thence west 20 chains; thence north 10  chains: thence east 20 chains to point of commencement, containing- SO acres more or less.  .1 "lie llOth. 1010  WILLIAM ASA BURR  per Kdgar Elmer Burr.  20-10  40 Great Years  And 1909 Best of All  With over Eight Millions of new  business written in Can aria  alone in 15)09.  Begun business in 1870 with ;is-  sets $(5,210, and now the assets  are over $1.1,000,000.  Canada's Wig Popular Company  Chosen alike by rich 11 nil poor.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee Biock,    -    570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. riEORAW, Local Agent.  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  Cummihg's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  NOTICE  LI01J0R LICENSE ACT, 19.10  (section 10)  VTOTICE is hereby given that on the 11th day  ���������"���������' of August, 11)1(1 application will be made  to the superintendent of Provincial police for  the grant of a, license for tho sale of liquor by  wholesale in and upon the premises known as  the Princeton Brewery, situate at Princeton,  upon the lands described as tho Nelson Browing Co's promises situated on Vermillion  Avenue, Princeton.  Rudolph Corsulowsky agent of the company  has been selecied to act ns manager of the said  business.  X K LSO X  I IRK WIX Ci CO.  per R. Corsulowsky  Dated July 14th, 1010  15c isn't much, is it? But you  will be sm-prised to see what it  can buy at Keeler s, on  Saturday, August 6th  Below is a few of the articles  to be seen on  Keeler's 15c Counter  Talcum Powdor   Panenke Turners  "Wire Vegetable Boilers Tooth Powder  China Cement   Crumb Trays  Wool Dusters   Splash Mats, etc.  Come  in mid  see  what loc can   buy.  G.   G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  I>:  ���������t


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