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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume XI.     Number*-*S4,  %  XJ  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1915.  ^2.00, In Advance  i N. Thompson .     phoxe seymour 594"-"  MOB. AVESTERN CANADA  [Cammell. Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  ���������'   Offices aiid'Warehouse, 847-63 Beatty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  Stanley Horswill - ������������������'���������  Writes From Front  ���������A A. F. & A. M.  ! "VaV' REGULAR monthly meetings of  , /W ��������� Hedley Lodge No. 13. A. F. & A. M.,  are held on tho second Friday in  each month In Fraternity hall. Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  I A. CREELMAN,  W. WI  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  L. O. L.  Tho Regular    meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1744 arc hold on  the  first and third Monday in  eA'ery month in the Orange Hall  Ladies meet 2nd and i Mondays  J, "Visiting brethern arc- cordially invited  A. J. KING. W. M  C. P. DALTON. Seo't. "  R. F������.  BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tkl. No. 27 P. O. Dkawek 160  PENTICTON,  B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL  ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  WalterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  J. HOWE, manager  Roller Skating on Tuesday and Thursday  each week, from 8���������10:30 p.m.; admission  25c, skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:30  to 5 p.m. for ladies only, free.  Also open for Dances and Other Engagements.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation-  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  * |  Grand Union %  Hotel J  X  HEDLEY,  British Columbia |  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor.  *Wp^'������������������^������i������������w������'������������������:*ww*^������wwhsw  IJ^^B  HEDLEY MEAT  MARKET  '"S  fl   ���������   B   ���������  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  ghand.    Fresh Fish  on  sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMOND, Prop.  J  1 This week we have 11 letter from A.  T.' Horswill's brother, who is on active  service at'the front, and who writes in  a very happy vein, of conditions and  incidents along part of that' thin red  line against which is being hurled all  the, vindictiveness and the hate * which  generations of civilization have failed  to overcome in the heart ot the Teuton.'" '   "  We regret we have to continue the  letter next week, as our space this  week is somewhat limited for the matter already in sight.  Somewhere in France  July 20th, 1915  Dear Algernon and Pearl:  Some little time since I wrote you  and just now everything being propitious,,and responding to a generous  impulse, especially in consideration of  your last nice long letter, which I  think I have already answered, I will  again write a few lines.  The sun  is quite warm today and  shining full upon me as I sit upon the  "banquette*" of our   piece   of   trench,  where I am doing "sentry go" on the  day shift which covers about 18 hours  out of the 24, and is divided amongst  the eight of us in our squad. This sentry 'go  consists   chiefly   of watching  through the bottom reflector of a periscope the enemy's lines of trenches out  in front, to see that nothing untoward  is taking place.     The full day is made  up besides   the above,  of 2 hours of  "stand to" or   mOre  fully "stand" to  arms," and four hours of night shift.  "Stand to" comes at dusk and dawn,  these  just  now   being   between   the  hours of 0 and 10 p.m. and 2 and 3 a.m  when every man has to have all his  amunition,  rifle and skeleton equipment about his person, ready for any  attack or eventuality occuring.     Between the two "stand to" periods constituting the   balance  of   the   night,  every other man must do "sentry go"  and the balance just "stand by" their  equipment and arms, not being asleep,  which is allowed during the day in  quite sufficient quantity.  Of course this by no means constitutes all the routine of firing line life.  Every night there are listening posts,  reconnoitering patrols, wire and  sand  bag and other work parties sent out in  front, in the narrow strip of no man's  land between the opposing trenches,  and on these every man must take his  turn.   Then there are other fatigues,  sometimes only possible to be done at  night, such as bringing up water,  or  rations or ammunition or such like, or  carrying out wounded or burying parties.     These latter jobs, I'm glad to  say, come but seldom unless there has  been an.attack or bombardment, and  excepting, of course, the more or less  inconsequential   results   of the   inde-  fatiguable German sniper.     These latter,   however,   with their    telescopic  sights and good rifies are dead shots  if they can get a fairly decent sight of  you, even at several hundred yards.   I  was out on a working party some 12 or  13 days ago, engaged in digging a communication trench back from the firing  line   and   exposed   to    the    German  trenches 4 to 600 yards away and there  were 0 of our fellows sniped there during the day's work,  and  they really  never got wind of us there till late in  the morning.    One chap a yard or so  from me who was   particularly sore  over  the shots corning so close to our  ears,  and who had   repeatedly   been  told to keep his over tall length down,  Continued on Prtgo Four.  Hedley Will Hold  .  , Labor Day Sports  There was a splendid turnout ,to the  meeting Tuesday night, called for the  puijpose of arranging for the annual  Labor Day sports.        ' ���������  C. P. Diiltoh presided.? The committee, who-canvassed the town with,a  view to learning what, financial support would be forthcoming, made a  very satisfactory report,' in view of  which it was decided to organize a<  two-day celebration for Monday and  Tuesday, September 6th and 7th.  Sports were arranged for consisting  of horse races, baseball, .rock drilling,  field sports, aquatic sports. The Hedley Brass Baud will be in attendance.  There will be a grand Red Cross ball  on the evening of the first day, and  there will be a patriotic -band concert  on the afternoon of the first day.  Here ��������� is a brief line-up of the program :  FIBST  DAY  Forenoon���������Aquatic Sports ; Tug-of-  War, mine vs. town; Meld Sports;  Children's Races.  Afternoon ��������� Grand patriotic band  concert and oration ; Baseball; Field  Sports.  Evening���������Grand Red Cross Ball in  the opera house, the best yet.  '     SECOND DAY  Forenoon���������Rock Drilling; Baseball.  Afternoon���������Horse Races, and Field  Sports.  Efficient committees have been appointed to take charge of each of these  events, as follows:-.  Horse Races���������R. J. Edmond, E. D.  Boeing and W. A. McLean.  Baseball���������T. H. Rotherham and Roy  Corrigan.  Field Sports���������A. T. Horswill, G. Mc-  Eachern, H. G. Freeman, C. P. Dalton  and F. H. French.  Rock Drilling���������R. Hambly.W. Sampson, L. S. Morrison, M. J. Meher and  W. Lonsdale.  Music���������G. E. French, T. R. Willey  and H. E. Hansen.  Aquatic Sports���������B. W. Knowles, M.  J. Meher, C. E. Prior and T. Terry.  Advertising���������A. B. S. Stanley and  A. Winkler.  W. A. McLean was appointed tu act  as field marshal to have supervision  over each of the committees to see  that all events came off with the very  best results and on schedule time.  All the events with the exception of  the ball games and the aquatic sports  Bank Teller Jack  Going to the Front  ���������A. W. Jack was a visitor to Penticton Friday, going in the early hours  of the morning. To enquirers his answer as to his destination, was rather  vague, but it developed in the evening  when he returned, that he had gone to  consult the recruiting officer, had been  examined and passed, had signed on  and'as soon as his relieftarrives he will  be gone.  Mr. Jack positively refuses to wait  any longer, but is determined to answer the call of King and Country,  whether the bank consents or not.  This is the second effort he has made  to go to the front and was detained at  that time by the bank who refused to  release him. But the brand of patriotism possessing Mr. Jack, scorns banks  and jobs and social position and becomes a positive force with an actual  objective in view.  When a young man enlists under  these circumstances it means something to him, especially when he has a  good position in a good bank, a host  of friends and congenial companions,  a voice that opens all doors for him  and an eye that places him well to the  front rank among golf players who  traverse what is reputed to be one of  the finest natural links on the American continent. Others have gone  when assured that their loyalty to the  homeland would not mean the sacrifice  of their job, but Mr. Jack has voluntarily relinquished his job and pros  peo.ts to.go and iight for. the home of  his fathers, the empire that his parents  loved.  His example has been an incentive  to others and as a. result it is more  than likely that several will go from  Hedley to that great unknown "Somewhere in France."  The people of Hedley while regretting the departure of their popular  teller, will follow his future with interest and best wishes for his safe return.  B. C. Red Cross  Ambulance Fund  i     MINING NOTES     \  will be pulled off on the front street.         m ���������  Those who were fortunate enough  to be at the Similkameen Monday  evening enjoyed a musical treat the  memory of which will remain with  them for some time to come. Mr. R.  B. Berks, of Victoria, who represents  Turner, Beeton throughout the province, was at the hotel and on the solicitation of those present consented to  play for their benefit. For exquisite  technique, beautiful melody, rhythm,  and harmony one would have to travel  far to hear anything to equal the impromptu concert which this man in  the most natural, unaffected and  graceful manner rendered for the  benefit of those piesent, and it was  with erenuine regret that we heard  him as he stood and played the last  chords of the national air, God Save  !i The King.    aft ���������  Hedley with a population of less  than 500, has during the past two  weeks contributed .$3,000 to the machine gun fund, and given $700 for Red  Cross work. Who wouldn't be proud  to be a citizen of Hedley?���������Vernon  News.  At Grand Forks the Granby company has eight furnaces in blast.  About 250 men are employed there, also 600 at the mines at Phoenix. The  company has bonded the Gloucester  copper claims for about $100,000.  On September 10 the Standard Silver-lead company will distribute 2Jc.  per share, equal to $50,000, after a  year's lapse. The total to date is $1,  600,000. As regular shipments of lead  and zinc, ore are being made, monthly  payments will be kept up.  Supt. Charles F. Sberwin, of the  Bluebell, was in Kaslo the first of the  week and while here made the pleasing announcement that he expected to  be putting on a full force of men by  the latter part of this week.���������Kooten-  aian.  T. G. Derby, R. T. Leyde, H Megrew  and S. E. Hamilton were passengers on  last week's H. B. R. train from Herb  lake. Messrs. Hamilton and Megrew  are Hedley (B. C.) men, where Mr.  Hamilton has been employed in an  expert capacity at the famous Nickel-  plate mine., having obtained a three  months' leave of absence to do some  prospecting in the Herb lake district.  He is satisfied that a big producing  camp will eventually be established  there and, together with Mr. Megrew,  is returning on the next train with  more supplies.���������The Pas Herald.  In the big. centers already the re-,  turns from the campaign to raise $25,-  000 for ambulance supplies' for the  Fifth Army Medical Corps, are beginning to come in, and the committee in  charge are quite hopeful of, the result  of the campaign.  Tlie purpose of the fund is. to provide  motor ambulances, X-ray . machines  and special surgical equipment for the  Fifth Army Medical Corps which soon  will be going to the front.      1  The generosity of the Canadian people in giving for the comfort and safety of their men at the front has been  an example to the world, but here is  an object fully as commendable as any  that has gone before. We ask without  hesitation,' our men, the very best of  our men, to go to the front and fight  our battles for the honor of our Empire and the protection of our liberties,  and we supply them with comforts,  with tobacco, with machine guns, and  we feel we are not doing any more  than our duty and not half as much as '  we would like to do.  In making this appeal for money to  equip the medical corps with the very  best and most modern equipment for  the saving of life and limb, theie is  much more than mere sentiment advanced. It is one of the most practical  ways to show the Empire and the  world that Canadians are loyal, that  we could devise. But there is much  more in it than that. There is a prac-  -tical-idea that many a poor fel'.ow, battered and torn from his turn in the  trench, who is suffering untold agony,  can, with such equipment, be at once  taken to one of the base hospitals,  rushed there by motor ambulance and  at once put on the operating table and  where necessary subjected to examination by X-ray and the very best care  applied to his wounds at the time when  that care counts for the most.  Have you a father, a brother, a  friend aws.y there "Somewhere in  France," fighting for the country you  and he love? How much more satisfaction you would get out of your dollar if you knew it had been given for  the means that would ensure that  when he gets his wound, as any may  get, as many have had, that he would  be at once taken care of with the most  up-to-the-minute service of which modern medical science is capable? Would  not your dollar have a double or treble  value if you knew it had been used  for that purpose.  With such an equipment many a  limb will be saved, many a life prolonged, many a loved one restored, to  home and country.  The Patriotic Funds Committee will  be only too pleased to hear from you  with a donation, or you can put your  money into the Red Cross box at the  bank; in any case do not forget that  on Saturday, August 2Sth, a committee  of ladies will have tags for sale, the  proceeds of which will go towards the  fund. These tags will bo of a nature  of a souvenir, and it will be nice to  look back and remember that your  dollar, or your money, however much,  represented by that souvenir, went for  such a worthy cause.  The miners in the vicinity and the  citizens of Hedley have raised $3,000  for three machine guns and also $800  for the Red Cross fund. This is exceedingly creditable to Hedley. In  proportion to population, Hedley has  beaten Vancouver.���������Kelowna Record.  .-    .J--*i*.^i?gW!Slf'-*  I'"'1*-*'.iUT"-1 iC.-,^    .     I       V- .     .iklj.i'i''-.&i THE HEDIEY GAZETTE, AU������TTST 19, 1915  She Ibedley C?mtte  -��������� i    - .a  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Ye;  2.60  "    ( United States)   Advertising. Rates.  Measurement. 12 lines to tho inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, $1.00 for 0110 insertion, 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion. Ovoi- ono inch.  10 cents nor lino for first Insertion and 5  cents per lino for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  81.25; over 1 incli and up to 4 inches, S1.00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Certilicate of Improvements ������10.00  (Where more than one claim appears  in notice. $2.30 for each additional  claim.)  A. B. S. STANLEY, Editor  1,..  quar.  Moon  10  ���������rf^gS*.  ���������Kirst ijuar.  Pull Moon  24  New  IP  1915  AUGUST  1915  Sun.  Mon.  Tues. Wed. Thi  1. Frl.  Sat.  1  2  3       ���������<-    ' 5  0  7  8  0  10      U      12  13  14  IS  l(i  17      18      li)  20  21  22  23  2+     2.*i      "26  27  28   I  ���������"������>  80  31  1  ���������  THE   WAR  Laboring against terrible  handicaps, against fearful odds,  short of munitions and amurii-  tion, the ctrmy of Ifcussia lias  succeeded in avoiding the trap  so skilfully set for it by the German hordes. To the everlasting  glory of the Russian soldier will  be retold tlie story of the retreat from Warsaw, one of the  greatest features of this war of  great movements.  What next? The murder-  lusting German will now have  to reconise that he has been  beaten by the foe he thought it  was easiest to crush. The one  he despised and hated. Without  doubt the next move will be a  thrust against the Western line  again, this time to do what he  failed to do the last time, Viz:  to drive home a surprise movement designed to push the  enemy back to the sea coast  and clear the way for the big-  guns to menace' England.  Unable to defeat the Allies at  the extreme north of   the western   line,   Germany   no   doubt  feels that the way to the  coast  lies through Holland.    If this is  her thought, one might as  well  bid adieu to the   neutrality   of  of the   little   kingdom.    What  did  Germany care for the neutrality of Belguini   when   that  illfated country   stood   in   the  path of her mad   rush   toward  Paris?   How much   does    Germany care for the scraps of paper binding her   to respect the  neutrality of the    Netherlands?  To meet   this   condition  will  require the most clever work on  the part of the allies.    They do  and must resx)ect the neutrality  of the Netherlands, at the same  time being prepared to   answer  her call for help when the cruel  hand   of   the   oppressor    lays  waste her lands.  While the Kaiser has at his  disposal a large army and abundance of animation it is futile to look for any of tho ' signs  pointing to the neiu- termination    of   th������-3    v/.'t:",    in.   'I''<->. ���������''��������� {���������   the  greatest struggle of, the whole  [war, the greatest demonstrat-  'ioii of war tlie world, has' ever  ' r     ' -*  seen, lies inunediately before  us. Its cruel, insistent, persistent demands are already upon  us. It cries for munitions, shells,  more shells, it calls for ambulances, ambulance corps and  Red Cross materials.. Above  all it calls for men, more men.  These men will come, they will  have,to come. If they donb the  cause of liberty, of world fraternity, of amity will be swallowed up and overridden by the  hordes of autocratic tyranny  and militarism. It means a  repetition of the dark ages, a  reversion of feudalism.  This cannot, must not be.  The Allies have agreed to fight  to the last man, to spend the  last dollar, to fire the last gun  injthe defense of what they  dee,m,to be the. principles of  truth and right.  Canadians are pledged to the  last man and the last dollar.  We have the dollars, and we  have the men. We give the  dollars but how* about the men?  Are there no. more men in Canada loyal to the Empire and  her love of right and justice?  Never more apt, the words:  "God give us men. a time like  this demands it".  At this time of   the   nation's  Stress, when all true   men   are  giving themselves or   the   best  that is in them for the   comom  good, when the most vital principles of civilization which have  stood the test of the   centuries,  are put to the tensest strain by  the aggression of the   unscrupulous   German,   and     all    the  world, practically, is crying out  against the imposition, can you  conceive of a man  so   base,   so  degraded as to   seek   to   make  capital   out   of   the   situation.  When his neighbors'   sons   are  going to fight for their country,  his country   too, what -do   you  think of a man who is so small,  so mean, so pretty, as to seek to  become rich out of the   distress  of his country, the dire needs of  his fellow  countrymen?   words  cannot depict our   aversion   to  such a   beast.    Language fails  to tell how   much   we   despise  him and the sordidness   of   his  soul, a soul too   shrunken   and  shriveled to be accessible to the  very smallest degree of common  decency.    When you   think of  such a monstrosity,   you   draw  your coat a little tighter  about  you as if the loathsome creature  might   contaminate   you   with  his very touch.  And yet we learn that Canada has some such creatures  within her borders.  whatever you accept and attempt to. do, wether it be .polish-,  ing a, counter or- managing, a.  business,,do it right���������that's the  way to succeed!    . ,  There are various kinds of  pleasure, but none exceeds that  which the normal man gets out  of doing his accepted work well.  .Approach your task with ,the  conviction that you can and  will master it. If your mind  dwells on failure,1 that is the  surest way to fail; but if you  yourself become convinced .that  that you will win, at that monir.  exit the battle is almost,over.  ,  Bank/ B;^ Mail -And/Save  A i"rip To;Town, j  F.OR tlie benefit of those who live out of town, we  /have-arranged a plan by which you can do your  banking  by mail  quite as  satisfactorily as if you  ���������      stood, here at our counters.    Come in.and let us explain the plan���������or write for the information.  78 Years in Business.  Hedley Branch , ..-  Capita/ and Surplus $7,884,000.'  C. P. DALTON,. Manager,  JOB DEPARTMENT  Beaver Lake Gold Fields  Herb Lake Gold Fields  THE PAS  MANITOBA  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF-  Letterheads'  '" Billheads ��������� *  ���������'    Envelopes  Statements  .':"   Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets.  Ball Programs  .-  Posters   ,-���������  TRY US ���������  Dodgers,,Dates: '*������������������  Circulars ������������������������������������������������������  Invitations" ���������  Business Cards ���������   -���������  Bills of Fare   .  Memo Heads'  ���������   Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  WE GIVE SATISFACTION  is the point of entry, and  outfitting station for the  -GOLD FIELDS" of NEW  MANITOBA.  BEAVER LAKE is  reached from THE PAS by  steamboat and road: HERB  LAKE by the Hudson Bay  Kailwiiy and  trail.  Numerous prospectors  are on tlie ground, and  many promising veins have  been located. Work, now  progressing, is most encouraging, both as : to ore- body  and value of quartz; The  extensive area furnishes an.  ample field for hundreds,  of prospectors.  For further information,  write���������  Secretary of  Board of Trade  THE PAS,  Manitoba  PAINTING  f APER-ttflNGING  KflLSOMINING  *"���������  TERMS MODERATE  DALY AVE.  ilEDLEY, B.C.  the contract.  Tenders will n'ot be considered unless made  out on the forms supplied, signed with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in  the envelopes furnished.  Tho lowest or any tender nor necessarily-  accepted.  .T. K. GRIFFITH,  Deputy "Minister and Public Works Engineer  Public Works Department.  Victoria. ll.C, July 2Sth, 1!J15. -.'3-31  The Nickel Plate  BarDer_Sliop  SATISFACTORY, SANITARY  ,<        TONS0RIAL SERVICE,:  . This shop it equipped with  Baths and all the latest  Electrical   Appliances.  W. T.BUTLER,.:'������������������  Prop.  JHOTEL SIMILKAMEEN1  I HEDLEY, B. C.  > Ah Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  ' RATES MODERATE  F. J.  DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  rr^r*  NOTICE  NOTICE  SERMONETTE  (By <a Regular Correspondent)  If you are set to polish a  counter, and if that's your job,  and if you accept it as your job,  make up your mind that you  will polish that counter just a  little better than anyone else  over polished it before. If you  cant make up your mind to  do tiKtr don't .-.;.'.-.(.���������!!ul' id;" 'ol>: but  ������:!  HERB LAKE  New Manitoba  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  District: of Vale '  TAKE NOTICE that Georg-e Edward  Tennant, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation  Broker, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the'following.described lands:���������  Commencing-at a post planted forty (40)  chains north of the southwest corner of  Indian Reserve No. 2899, about four miles  south of the confluence of Stirling- Creek  and Similkameen River, thence eighty (80)  chains south, thence twenty (20) chains  west, thence eighty (80) chains north,  thence twenty (20) chains east to point  of commencement, and containing One  Hundred and Sixty Acres.  George Edward'Tennant.  Dated 15th day of June, 1915. 25-10  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Prospectors will find  our stock complete  in  every line.  W. H. BUNTING  i -..i'S  "^V ,v~i  rn  X   wu**i,  ni'ic'r?.  QEALl'D TEXDEKS, superscribed "Tender  for- Hedley School," will be received by the  Honourable the Ministorof Public Works up  to 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday, the 24th day of  August, 11)15. for the erection and completion  of a room addition to school-house at Hedloy,  in the Similkameen Electoral District, 11. C.  Plans, specifications, contract, and forms of  tender may be seen on and after the 'Ith day of  August, 11114. at the ofllces of Mr. J. R. Brown,  Government Agent. Fairview. B. C; Mr. J.  Mahonuy, Government Agent. Vancouver, II.  C��������� Mr. S. L. Smith, secretary to the School  Board, Hedley, 13. C: or tho Department of  Public Works, Victoria, 11. C.  Intending tenderers can obtain one copy of  plans and specifications of the above school  by applying to the undersigned with a deposit  of ten dollars (510). which will be refunded on  their return in good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied by an  accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit  on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable  lo tho Honourable tho. Minister of Public  Works, forasum ennui tolO por cent, of tender, whifh shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contend, when  culled upon to do so, or if ho fail to complete  llu) wi.'i'k conli-nd.i'd i'or. The cheques or cor- I  t; (ii -���������' I '���������- ol' c>;-o-i;. of !'.n..i|,-c"-,-:nil leii<lei'e:  v ;il !��������������������������� 11 ! io-.'i-i! .11 1 h -i:' l:;,o'i I he ex'.-oin Ion '  Certilicate of Improvements  Oregon, St. Bernard, Winchester and  Savage Mineral Claims, situate in the1.  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.      Where   located:    Oh   Sixteen  Mile Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that L.W. Shatford, H.  A. Turner, T. D. Pickard and F. H.  French, Free. Miners' Certificates No. 93,-  216B, 93226B, 90777B", and'9321713, intend  sixty days -from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for Certificates of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of .the above claims.  . .And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such .Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 11th day of June, A. D. 1915.  22-9 F. H.'FRENCH, Agent.  ������S**'  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  r*OAIi mining rights of tho Dominion, ir,  y~J Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  tho Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories and in a portion of tho Provineo of British Columbia, may bo loased for a term of  twenty-ono years at an annual rental of $1 an  acre. Not, moro than 2,500 acres wi bo leased  to ono applicant.  Application for a lease must bo madobytho  applicant in person to tho Agent or Sub^Ageht  of the district in which the rights applied for  aro situated.  In surveyed territory the land must bo described by sections, or legal sub-divisionri of  sections, and in unsurvcyed territory the tract  applied for shall bo staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a  fee of $5 which will bo refunded if the rights  applied for aro not available, but not other  wise. A royalty shall bo paid on the merchantable output of tho mine at the rate of five cents  per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish  tho Agent with sworn  rotuens accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable  and pay tho royalty thereon.   1  mined  coal min-  rc turns  ing rights are not being operated sir  should be furnished at least once a year  The lease will include tho coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary (or the working of tho  mine at the rate of ������10.0(1 an aero  For full information application should bo  made to l lie Secretary or the Iiepai'tment. of  tlie .Interior, Ottawa, or o any Agent or Sub-  Agent oflioininion Lands.  W. \V. CORY.  Deputy 'Minister ol' 1 he Interioiv  X.J !.-!_*: urn thorite,! tin Mica lion of this ?.'\ ver-  I'-.eiiu.'lit will nor he ;-./::'���������! :er. : 'ei THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, AUGUST 11*. 1915  TOWN ^N^WSTRIG?  Mrs. Thos.Bradshaw Was a visitor to  town-Monday.  WANTED���������200 people to buy Red  Cross tugs on the 28th of this month.  Misses  Ina Boyd and   Elsie  Smith  wont,to Cory Wednesday for n visit.  turiity'foi'chiirch goers of Hedley to  hear, one'of the leading.'cliiu-ch' dignit,  aries of the State of Indiana. The  Archdeacon is spendhig'his vacation  near Princeton and'' kindly offered to  assist'Rev. Mr. Griffiths, whose health  is none too robust since his accident.    .  ��������� O. H. Carle and boy's   were   visiting  in Hedley the first of the week.  D.  J. Innis, of   Kerenieos,  was in  town between trains yesterday.  Mrs. Boeing and Lois returned Tuesday . fi-oin an"' extended' visit' with her  brother, H. A. Boweinian, of Osoyoos  I Lake. ,'  Earle Brown "left: on' '-Tuesday for  Kamloops. He was accompanied us  far as-Merritt by Geo. E. French, who  returned home yesterday.  Hedley school will open for the fall  term next Monday'*August 23rd. The  primary department will convene in  Fraser's hall for the present.  Geo. Stevens, blacksmith at the mill,  returned Monday from a vacation at  tlie coast.    We may now listen to the  music while we enjoy the picture show  -*       ** * ,i "���������     *  -���������  *.  Wednesdiiys'and Th'u'rs'days.',,. '  ' Richard'Hanibly'had' tlie misfortune  to get a piece of steel lodged in his eye  Saturday.' He went at once to the doctor who quickly hud the troublesome  thing removed and now the eye is getting along in fine shape.;    '  in'eos or'Princeton, or boys who are in  training,'will please hand the same to  H. G., Freeman, so that the needs of  the hoys may be taken care of. " Tlie  sooner- these names are handed in the  better. '  Divine Service will be conducted" on'  Sunday Aug 22 in the church at 8 p.m.  Subject: "The Eagles Nest." *" A hearty  invitation is'cxtended to all. Preacher  R. G. Stewart.  Mr. McClelland, representing Smith,  Davidson &, Wright, the "Vancouver-  paper house, was in town Thursday,  coining through from Penticton by  auto and going.'up as for as Princeton.  The b'ali team'went to'.'Princeton  Sunday for a game .with the- heavy,  hitters from the coal town." The score  was 7 to 4 in favor of Princeton. Then  the Keremeos team appeared and putt  it all over Princeton to the tune of  7 to  0.  Mr. McLeod, of the staff of Howse &  Co.,'the Princeton merchants, was a  visitor to their Hedley branch from  Monday to Wednesday of this week.  There wilf be service1 in St. John's  Church Sunday evening. Rev., G. D.  Griffith will0be assisted by the Ven.  Archdeacon Baynton, of Michigan  City/Ind.  ..This.will furnish an oppor-  Wanteil  Small modern house in good repair,  with water and electric light. Will  pay good vent. Apply Hedley Gazette.  E. J. Patch, "the popular end man of  the Daily News, paid Hedley a visit  yesterday, leaving this afternoon for  Keremeos. E. J. manages to cover a'  lot of territory, but seems to be taking  his tinie; that is, he carries a little,  clock along which as a premium is tr  go-getter.  The committee in charge of the tobacco fund request that anyone know:  ing the addresses' of men who have  gone to the front froim Hedley,  Kere-  M.C.'Hill returned yesterday  from  Vancouver where he went for an oper-  ation'on his injured liinb.   He was at  , Vancouver General Hospital and .reports^! ucli benefit from the operation.  ���������' Mr. and Mrs'.' J. E' Lindsay, of Ton-  asket. Wash.,' Mr; arid' Mrs. C. A.  Lindsay, of Spokane and Mrs. Tom  Daly, of Keremeos were a party who  motored into town Sunday "and spent  a few hours in the machine gun town.  Card of Thanks  We desire to thank the friends whose  sympathy and kindness have been such  an uplift to us in our recent bereavement.       Mb. and Mris. Ckitchlky.  ���������  THURSDAY,   FRIDAY,  and   SATURDAY  t  I  Just Three More Days of j  | FREEMAN'S BIG SALE! j  These prices mean money to you,   and you  know 4  how- bad you need these goods.     Why put off until to-  f  morrow what you can do today,   especially when you  can save 35c on every dollar.  Suits,   Underwear,   Shirts,   Boots |  and Shoes Sacrificed  BECAUSE I MUST  HAVE  MONEY  &rirb&jr\  Dr. Thompson, dentist, will be up ������t  Nickel Plate on Monday, August 23rd  and will remain for a few days. This  will, be his last visit before next spring.  He makes a specialty of crown and  bridge work and guarantees all his  work. This will be your chance to  have your dental work done, as he advertises Vancouver prices.  Messrs. Wilson, J. R. Brown and  Major Megraw paid Hedley,,;a flying  visit over Thursday night, iii the" interest of Indian affairs. Mr. Wilson  is the Government Inspector- of Indian  orchards and made the trip for the  purpose of inspecting the leading Indian orchards in this district. The government gives a prize for the best orchard in each district.  WITH-the.present increased cost of living it is  really a serious question. . If you can get a  few more loaves each bake day, would you not be  prepared to ac least-try the flour which guarantees  this result"-���������OUR BEST. So why not order a sack  '. next time'-' and if you don't like it���������if it does not  stiit you���������we will cheerfully refund you the full  purchase price. . .  CREELMA]Sr.;&; LYALL  "STORE, Op.QUALITY"  ADVERTISE  IN THE GAZETTE  TEN  YEARS  AGO  ' Elsewhere appears a notice from the  Daly Reduction Company to the effect  that they are going to raise the logs in  their dam on Monday, September 6lh,  Labor Day. To swimmers and other.1-"  it conies as a warning to be earful of  how they make use of the river on  that day, because, although slow, the  rise in the water is sure and those unwarned might be carried away.  3 Days  H. A. Turner, road supervisor, and  R. .). McDougall, manager of the Penticton Herald, motored over Sunday  afternoon for a short visit to town.  Monday morning they made a trip up  to the Oregon claim. They were accompanied by W. A. McLean, and brought  down some very fine ore samples.  They returned to Penticton Monday  evening. The editor of the Gazette  has tlie pleasure of a visit from Mr.  McDougall a.nd hopes to have other  opportunities to further cultivate his  acquaintance. The Okanagan center  has much to be proud of in its editor  and the splendid sheet he is now getting out.  >   (From the Hedley Gazette of Aug.  1    . 17th, 1905.)  Judge Leamy died- at his home in  Grand Fork last   week.  The Great Northern hotel opened on  Saturday under the management of  Peterson Bros, and Lind.  The waterworks mains have ,been  completed on first street and excava-,  tion' is proceeding along Kingston  Ave.  The C. P. claim to have discovered a  new and better route for a portion of  the Spence's Bridge and Nicola   road.  Boundry Falls smelter is to start up  again in -September, under superintendence of W. C. Thomas of Salt  Lake with Mr. Drumuiond in charge  of the mines.  . Rev. A. J. Fowlie will hold service  again on Sunday evening in Mr Schubert's house. It was thought that  Eraser's hall might be ready, but it is  found necessary to impose upon the  kindness of Mr. and Mrs. Schubert for  other service.  The Great Northern still crowding  engineers into the Hope Mountains.  In addition to the contingent which  went up last week, the flyer brought  over on nionday night XV. XV. Am burn  and four axemen who went up the  river next morning.  Jimmy Riordan informs us that the  Gazette was wrong in one minor detail of historical write-up of the Nickel  Plate in January last, but that all the  rest was gospol.- His assistant in  staking the first three claims on Twenty-mile in ISO! was not Charlie Allison  but Charlie Squakim.  ay  SEPT. 6 and 7  - AT -  ys  Biggier and Better  Sports than Ever  ROCK DRILLING,  HORSE RACES,  BASE BALL,  AQUATIC   SPORTS  For List ������f Siittts  See the Small Bills  ST. JOHN'S  CHURCH  ��������� ���������ANGLICAN���������  .Services 2nd (Morning) and 4th (Evening) Sundays in the month  Additional Services as per announcements.  G. D. GRIFFITHS, B. A., Vicar  DR.   THOMPSON  Will be at the Nickel Plate  Monday, August 23  CROWN and BRIDGE WORK  ...Positively Painless Extracting...  FILLINGS OF ALL KINDS  HMMifltWM  ALL WORK   GUARANTEED  tr.in iiu i.^ nwt vfn* ti������t i*������ i������jm������,"W*!������w������ v.  a mi r.: urnawnai  ii.  VANCOUVER PRK.  :ALL EARLY  ' ���������';*'*���������   J ifepjfwW7NFiri*rrrrntii  Hedley  has a new topic this week,  the     earthquake.      Early    yesterday  morning, or to be more explict, at  exactly ten (minutes after six the town  began to rock and heave and the   convivial-toper of the night before   thought he was still  under   the   influence.  But to those wake to the fact, another  explanation became   more   pertinent,  viz.:  that the seismic disturbence of a  few years ago was in process of  repetition arid that  Hedley   was   enjoying  the aftermath of an earthquake somewhere. Another explanation   is   that  the Kaiser, hearing that A.   W.   Jack  is going to the front, caused a     tremendous explosion in order to   try   and  shake   his    determination.      Nothing  doing, Wilhehn.  Notice !  The log* of the Daly Reduction company's dam at Hedley will be raised on  the mm-ning of l./ihoi- I.'ay. Sepleiul;":'  ("il.ll. I.'AI.Y    !!;-'!H-(7!(iv   Co.  Canadian Red Cross  and St. Iofiri Ambulance "Ass'n  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Services   every  alternate Sunday   afc  8 p.m.  Pastor, R. G. STEWART  NOTICE  Liquor Act,  1910.  (Section 49.)  Proceeds will be used to supply Surgical and Ambulance  equipment to the Fifth Army  Medical Corps, which leaves  shortly for the front.  SAVE THE LIMBS and  SAVE THE LIVES  of the   brave   men   who  are  Nf-mdino' between you and the!  ;::;: jfVd tyranny oTtlie Teuton, j  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the  6th day of September next, application will He made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the transfer of the licence for the sale of liquor  by retail in and upon the premises  known as the. Siinilkanieen Hotel,  situated at Hedley British Columbia,  from Frank Dolleniore to Willaim  Bryant of British Columbia.  Dated this 6th day of Augutt 1915.  FRANK DOLLEMORE,  Holder of Licence.  WILLIAM BRYANT  Appicantfor transfer.  Travel by Aigto....  Call up Phone No. 12  IT A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   IT Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  WOOD   F Q R   SAL E!  wvtuiturM.WiKtw. rrvt nA.<r-ax*k\M������s������2Mn*arait������ji-l*'-ui<.t  PflLflGE  Livery, Feed & Sale StaDles    HKDLET   B.C.  Pho-ii,- 1-.'. D.  rj.   INN'S I'l'oprictor  u  km 'nilriiir ������������������'tT*^-'i*m'K  ,������iai&i"A-^������'".r mm  wmmmm  mm/mm  THE HEDLEY i GAZETTE, AUGUST   19. 1915  KEREMEOS  Mr. Fargo lias gone to Spokane.  Miss Ina Boyd, of Hedley is  visiting Mrs. Madore,  Miss Annie Innis is having a  brief visit in Hedley.   ,  Miss Hurdman is , visiting  Mrs. Donald McCalluni.  Miss Annis motored; out to  Penticton on Friday.  Mrs. Robertson left for her  home in Bellingham last Thursday.     ,  Mr. D. J. Innis fand family  spent part of last week at Trout  creek.  Dr. McEwen and family motored down to Keremeos from  Hedley on Sunday.  Mrs. L. H. Iveeler and child-  fen visited over Sunday with  Mr. & Mrs. G. G. Iveeler.  Mrs. R, C. Clarke and Miss  Easton returned a few clays ago  from a pleasant und profitable  stay in    Victoria.  Miss Easton together with  George and Jim Clarke made.a  successful fishing trip to Ashnola recently.  Miss Brett, a former Similkameen teacher, arrived last  Thursday to visit with Mr. and  Mrs. E. M. Crooker.  Mrs. Peter Couman and little  daughter Vassio arrived here on  Wednesday morning from  Great Falls, Montana.  Miss Tranb left for her home  in Bakersfield, California on the  9th, but intends to visit the exposition at San Francisco.  McGarry, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stanton for the past three week, left  on Monday for his home in  Montreal.  Mrs. G. B. Clarke who has  been spending the summer visiting friends in Quebec and Ont.  is expected home towards the  end of the month.  Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay motored  up from Spokane last week to  spend a few weeks with their  daughter Mrs. Tom Daly at her  camp on Daly Island.  After an interesting session  at Mrs. Cawston's, the Women's  Institute resolved to undertake  an additional amount of Red  Cross knitting and   sewing.  On Sunday August 22nd. the  Rev. Frank Staton will conduct  service at Keremeos morning  and evening, and at the Similkameen Schoolhouse at three  o'clock in the afternoon.  A gay party of Keremeos  people started for Vancover on  Saturday. The party included  Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Keeler, Mrs.  Kerr, Mrs. Markell, Mrs. Carle  and Mr. Arthur Mattice. They  traveled by Princeton and the  Kettle Valley and will take in  the Vancouver Fair.  Friday evening, the Keremeos  Boy Scouts mustered at the  Town Hall. Mr. Edmunds had  very kindly consented to demonstrate the Sylvester method  of Life-saving. The Scouts had  a fine work- out, learning the  four differnet ways of holding  a drowning person and also the  method of release. This week  the1 Scouts will meet on Wednesday and Friday at seven  o'clock to practise Life Saving  in the water itself. Mr. Edmunds and the Scoutmasters  will be on hand.  Stanley Horswill Writes From Front  ' Continued from Vixmc One  and which indeed he thought lie was  doing when in a stooping position in  the act of digging he got hit across the  back, the bullet just missing his back  bone and cutting,.through- the thick'  muscles of his- shoulders. I helped  dress him up, so you see it certainly  pays to keep down always and not get  reckless, as we are very.often inclined  to do.  I'm sorry I have not yet leceived  your gift of cigarettes from London.  I heard from a couple of. chaps of my  own-company that a couple- of parcels  had arrived for me, but I never saw  anything of them; guess they were  mistaken and it was only bundles of  papers they saw and which I have received.  Concluded Next Week.  GllOOOitUGcS!  ���������BillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllBBnMBM'l  Royal Victorias  Nual, Pauerson  ���������and some splendid  . 6h0G0lates in bulk.  ttedley Drug & Book Store  '.Hex-Hoy,'*"*****. Go  SEE THAT IT IS  Made In Canada  "Rough on Rats" clears out Rats,  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House. 15c.  and 25c. at Drug and Country Stores.  Fruit and Vegetables  Keremeos  BARLOW & CO.,   Growers  Are handling a full line of Fruits   and  Vegetables in Hedely  lA/atch For Our  Rig:  Get  your  jars   ready  for Freestone  Peaches next week.  OOOSCOCOSCOCCOSOSCCCOOOOi  INTEREST  TO 8  Hedley  it to us today. In return we  will send you, without charge  generous samples of our famous Chick Food and Growing  Food in order that you may  test their wonderful values.  State name and address and  nearest post office, also name  and address of vour dealer.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  Hedley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  BATHS  IN CONNECTION  R.-MILLIARD   -   Prop.  The VANCOUVER MILLING  and GRAIN COMPANY, Ltd.  Vancouver, B. C.  QbooososooscosQoosoeosoo  ��������� "������������������-*���������  ^  KEREME0S-PENT1CT0N  ROYAL MAIL STAGE  t  Auto Leaves on arrival  of 9.30  and 4 o clock trains.  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO    STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  Where Are  Your Interests  1F Are they in this community ?  ir Are they among the  people with whom you  associate %  1T Are they with the  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  business"?  If so, you want to know what is happening in this community. You want  to k'now the goings and comings of  the people with whom you associate,  the. little news items of your neighbors  and friends���������now, don't you?  That is what this paper gives you  in every issue. It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the interests of this  town. Is your name on our subscription lists? If nob you owe it  to yourself to see that it is put  there.   To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  x  X  X  X  xact Printing  IS A SPECIALTY WITH US  I-IAVE You ever considered  the quality of your work  from the standpoint of careful  type composition and efficient  proofreading ? The reputation  of this house for good printing  has   been   established  through  *��������� >  accuracy and attention to the  little details. Send your printing here and we will do it right.  The Hedley Gazette  HEDLEY, B.C.  !  M  k i

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