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 -SHE  _S_  AND SIMILKAMEEN  VERTISER \%  ~   &!''  %���������'���������**  O* ~i i.  -V*  Volume X.     Number"^  HEDLEY, RC, THUESDAY, AUGUST 27 1914.  $2.00, In Advance  A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY  The Panama Pacific Exhibition an Excellent Chance for B. C.  Mining- Camps  GEOLOGICAL SURYEY WORK  Herbert G.   Freeman  NOTARY PUBLIC  ������ _ *  HEDLEY,        -       British Columbia.  N. Thompson .    phone.sevmour,5943  MGR. AVESTKRN CANADA     :';.     ;"'-.-        .     i- .--..  Cammell Laird.& Co. Ltd!  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, -Eng.,-.  Offices and Warehquse.-'84T-l������ Beatty Stroet  Vancouver, B. C.  Hedley - fliqtersS-, and Vnillmen's  Union, No. i6i, W. F. of M.  ��������� Regula'r 'meetings of the Hedley  Locn , No.  181 are h_ld'."ori the first and third Wednesday  in the month in Fraternity hall and the second  and fourth Wednesday* at the N. P. Mine  O. M. Stevkns T. R. Willkv  "   President.       , Fin-Secrotttry.  . .,vr. A.-.F.: &.A..M.  -.������������������REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodj-.'No'. 13, A. F.' &-A.M.,"  !areJHeld drr-tho'-'secoiid -'���������Friday in  eaoh month in Fraternity hall. Hedlcj.-Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  CREELMAN,  AV.M  h. a.  FREEMAN  Secretary  E. E. Bukr  Counsel  PENTICTON,  ' This week the people of. Hedley are  having presented to them one of the  best and most legitimate advertising  schemes that could possibily be devised.  .Ihe. Dominion Government .in its  exhibition at the Panama-Pacific Exposition is to make a special feature  of acomplete mineral ��������� collection comprising the ores :and specimens found  in Canada. ,With; a vit-AV to making  tjhe collection complete-and thoroughly representative-.>ir. JVm. Thomlinson, late of the Provincial Bureau of  Mines,-has been appointed official collector for the commission placed by  the Dominion ..Government in charge  of_ the forestry, fishery and .mineral  exhibit.?-; .7 . . _��������� . ;.  - .In.pursuit of his duties Mr. Thomlinson has.made an ;extensive canvas  of ..the province..'. .He, ' has already  covered the. -northern',,and. central  sections. Last Aveek he' toured the  Boundary country and this Aveek is  being- devoted to the Similkameen  Valley. .. ������������������.      .  uTnconversation ..with "the Gazette  Mr. Thoijnlinson particularly emphasized the point as all exspense. even to  local haulage ��������� AA-as . assumed .by the  government.it.,was a golden .opportunity for the people of B. G. in each  locality to make sure that their  locality Avas adequately represented.  According to Mr. Thomlinson instructions specimen's Avhich may be of  anyreasonable size should be packed in  cases as sacks permit too much and  movement and shipped C. O. D. to  the collecting Avarehouse at 324 Water  St., ��������� "VancouArer. Hoivever, any of  bur local chum owners who contemplate contributing to the collection  had"better^i'S-^consmlt irf^HrHFrench*  whom Mr. Thomlinson has instructed  to receive specimens for crating in  large quantities. In. this, way the  month iri Fraternity Hall. Visit J government Avill be saved expense and  the sender.will not only be spared the  trouble of packing butwill have the  greater assurance of; his specimens  reaching their destination in safety.  Printed labels, further information  etc., may be obtained from Mr.  French. ';���������.'.������������������".;'��������� ���������'] >.  Let us repeat that the entire expense of, this project is being borne by  the government, and, as the specimens are to be sent to the Panama-  Pacific Exsposition and retained  thereafter by the ���������government for  purposes of exhibition, it offers the  best opportunity to advertise the  camp that we have had.in many  years. Everyone who -has- a dollar  invested in the town is directly interested.,. Let Hedley do its part in  making the collection from this  locality a thoroughly representative  one.  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp meets in  Fraternity Hall the first Thursday only in the month. ,  H. G. Freeman  Clerk.  .   ���������   L. o. X;. "V' "^  Regular monthly rueetingH of  Hedley Lodge 1744 arc held on  the' third' -Monday   iii1' every  ing brethern are cordially invited to attend.  S. KNOWLES. AV. M.  C. CHRISTIANA, Sect.  Report of Charles Carrisell for   1912  Certain Portions of'Yale District'  of  DR. J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office  on North   Main   Street.  R. FV BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Ted, No. 78 I\ O. Dkaavkk 19)  B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  -COLUMBIA LAND SURVF.YOR  Star Building Princeton  Continued from last week.)  Copper Mountain  INTRODUCTION   ,  , Copper Mountain is. a mineralized  district on the east sitie of the Similkameen. river about. 10��������� miles south of  the tiiwn of,Princeton.. A- brief preliminary examination, of thi= field was  made in the summer of 1906 and a re.-  port of it is contained, in the Report  No. 980 of the Geologidal Survey, Preliminary Report 011 ti Pait of the Similkameen District.   ,  For several years pl-evious to 1006,  prospecting and development- Avork  in this district Avere actively carried  on, but since that, time it has remained dormant and because most, of  the claims are GroAvn-'granted, OAvners  have not been obligeri to do even the  annual assesuient work.' In 1911,  lioAveA*er, interest was revived by the  entry into the district'of the British  Columbia Copper Company Avho took  options on and have' been exploring  a large group of claims situated on  both sides of Wolf creek. This Avork  has been actively carried on .by a  large staff of men both by sinking  and drifting on the ore bodies and by  Llieiise of diamond drills.  The Copper Mountain district lies  in, and has the characteristic topographic features of, the Interior  Plateau region.. It is round-topped,  Avooded . mountain sloping steeply  Avestward .to the deep canyon-like  valley of Similkameen river and cut  into on the east by the broad: flaring  valley of Wolf creek. At the north  end. is Smelter .lake, a deep, narrow  lake about li miles long and a few  hundred feet in width. The highest  point in the district is Copper moun-  nearly 4,300 feet!,above sea-level.  Points immediately to the east,  however, reach greater elevations.  The lowest point is the bed of Similkameen river to the west of the mountain, which. has an altidude of 2,600  feet. The vertical' relief is, therefore,  about 1,900 feet. The Avhole district  is covered by an open forest groAAth  of fir, spruce, and pine, and a great  part of it is drift-covered so that much  of the surface prospecting- has to be  done byjti-enching.aiid sinking pits.  Vwigt's Camp,   which is situated on  Wolf Creek and is  the  central point  of the   district,    is   connected   Avith  Princeton  by a good Avagon road'12i  miles in length.  THE NICKEL PLATE DANCE  Cookhouse Opened by An Enjoyable Hop  PROTECT. THE FORESTS  Last Friday evening the opening of  the neAv cook and mess house at the  Nickel, Elate Avas celebrated bv one of  the, most succcessful dances ever held  on the hill. _ Those who have not been  iip at the mine for some time Avere  met Avith-a genuinely pleasant surprise in the large, roomy electric-  lighted hall with a dancing floor equal  if not supeiior to anything Ave have  in Hedley. The one draivback, if any,  Avas that the hall seemed almost too  large for the size of the assembly, not  a very serious fault, so long as the  musicians AA't-re equal to the .occasion,  Avhich they proved themselves to be.  A piano had been taken up from town  and the services of the Hedley Band  Orchestra secured���������in fact everything  possible had been done to insure good  music, Avith  moht gratifying results.  The dancing began at nine o'clock  and continued, with a short inter-  missiou for supper, until four in the  morning. Thesupper itself Avas quite  in.keeping with the high order of entertainment which the, boys ahvays  try to provide for their guests, and  the dance Avas voted a thoroughly enjoyable   affair   by   those Avho   Avere  present.   <p  K. V. R. CLOSES DOWN  Value of Wooded Slopes in- Equalizing  the Flow of Streams  We have it on good authority that  orders have gone out for Avork on the  K. V. line to cease. The alleged  reason for suspension of operations  is the hesitation of the company to  tie tip funds in a concern Avhich must  be unproductive for some time.  Constructive operations on the Canadian, Northern are. also- pretty- :W;ell  suspended, Sir Wm. McKenzie being  unable to raise funds in London.  NOTICE-  ERNEST   S.   SILCOX  Civil Engineer and Provincial  Land Surveyor  Lands, Townsite, Mineral Surveys Etc.  PRINCETON  B.C.  STATUS OF GERMANS  WalterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor. Etc.  MONEY TO  LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  Hedley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  First-class Line of Cigars, Tobacco  and Soft Drinks always  on hand  MILLIARD <������_. TOPLEY  In an extra issue of the Canada  Gazette the status of all Germans  resident in the Dominion is fixed and  provision is made for the arrest and  conviction of any and all German  army reservists or officers. Avho shall  attempt to leave Canada via any port  in the Atlantic or the Pacific.  AH German immigrants quietly pursuing their usual avocations in various  parts, shall be unmolested unless there  be reasonable ground to suspect theni  of disloyalty to the Empire.  Widows,  orphans,  "made in Germany."  Avooden    legs���������  H.   C   GILL  DENTIST  All Broken Plates Sent in by nail Will  have Prompt Attention  Permanently Located in Britton Block  Princeton,  British Columbia  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  When  Writing   Advertisers  Mention this Paper.  Please  ' oeolooy    ..  The country'rook of Copper Mountain  is a stock of.monzonite which  has been intruded into Palajozok. sedimentary rocks,   remnants of. Ayhich |  are iioav found as highly altered inclusions in the monzonite. Overlying the  monozite in a series of volcanic flows  of Tertiary age which are found, on  the northern slope of  the mountain.  The monzonite is a fine to  medium-  grained,   tough  rock of very variable  composition and, colour.    It includes  at least tAvo types of rocks Avhich Avere  irrupted   at quite   different   though  not widely separated   periods.    The  prevailing type is the more basic one and  contains both  plagioclase and ortho-  cla.se, aup*ite and some biotite.   Hornblende is also present but probably as  an alteration from augite.    Pyrite and  magnetite are   present as  accessory  constituents,    and  . chalcoprite   and  hornite  are  primary constituents of  some of the pegmatitic phases of the  rock.    Variants  of this  rock contain  the augite Avithout any  biotite.   The  texture is  granitic but a  porphyritic  habit is occasionally developed.    The  more acid type is lighter   in colour  and contains   more   brthoclase   and  biotite  in   proportion   to   the   other  The  monzonite   is traversed   by a  number of pegmatite veins, apparently emanations from the same magma,  Avhich  contain large crystals of pink  feldspar, biotite, and calcite.   In some  veins  the   calcite   is   absent but in  others it is  the only mineral present.  Chalcopyrite is often present in these  veins   Avhen   it   appears   intergroAvn  with the feldspar,  and   bornite had  also been noted in the same relationship.   The presence of the sulphides  in the pegmatites suggests that the  monzonite magma avus comparatively  Continued on Tugo Tavo  Notice is hereby given to .the,public  that they are prohibited from hunting  or shooting over the property on  Nickel Plate Mountain known as  Camp Rest Ranch and comprising  the lots hereinafter specified: Lot  No. 3794; Lot No. 3468; Lot No. S76s;  Lot No.  48s: and Pre-emption No.. 9.  Disregard of this Avarning be fol-  loAved by prosecution.  Geo. Cahill.  - Orchardists around Groville. are arranging a trip to Penticton for the  purpose of studying the fruit blight in  the Canadian Okanagan. The damage  done by the blight in the Yakima and  Spokane . districts is estimated this  year at nearly two million dollars.  The Wenatchee country is still immune, but in the 17,000 acres of orchard riround Penticton it has ^played  havoc for two yearr and has become a  real menace to the suecess of the fruit  industry in that locality.  The destructive fires raging in the Similkameen and Nicola Valleys do  not seem to be causing much Avorry  outside of their iminmediate vicinities'  simply because the timber is not of  much value. But .there is another  consideration . AA'hich directly conc.rns  everyone interested in irrigation or  the development of water poAver along  our streams.  Science and general experierfce  agree in saying that Avhen a country is  covered by forests the Avater runs  off it more sloivly and regularly than  it does after the forest has bren removed. This is due principally to the  fact that the forest stems and ground  cover tiffer a mechanical obstruction  to the surface run-off Avhile the deep  roots of the trees keep the soil loose,  thus permitting the surface ivater to  percolate into the sub-soil.  In Western Canada, forest surveys  conducted by the Dominion forestry  branch have furnished considerable  evidence of the evil results attending  forest destruction by repeated fires.  - In the older settled regions of Eastern Canada the relation between  'floods and indiscriminate deforestation  is even more clearly evident. "Noav  Avith deforestation,streani-floAv in the  Ontaiio peninsula has greatly  changed. Spring floods are very much  higher and there are floods on heavy  rains, Avhile during the season of minimum fioAV many streams Avhich Avere  formerly considerable throughout the  year practically disappear.  Similar deforested conditions likewise prevail on . many of the Avater-  sheds in Quebec and the Maritime  Provinces, and, by causing extremes  of high and Ioav Avater, have a detrimental-influence on navigation and  thei;d'e'vt-topment,of electric power.- It  cannot be too strongly urged that.the  Dominion government should assist  the province in the reforestation of  denuded areas and in their piotection  from forest fires........  GENERAL JOTTINGS  METEOROLOGICAL.  The folloAving are the readings shoAV-  ing temperature, etc., for the week  ending. Aug 22 1914:  AT THK MINK.  Maximum Minimum  Aug 10             .55          . 35  17 ..         08        ., 30  18 ..          05 40  19 ..          OS 3S  20 ..          70 40  21 ..          05 38  22 ..         03        .. 30  Average maximum temperature 03.43  Average minimum            do        37.86  Mean temperature 50.65  Rainfall for the Aveek    0.00 inches.  Snowfall               "          0.0  COKRKSl'ONDING  AVKKK OK LAST   YKAK  Highest maximum temperatnre .79.  AA'erage maximum do 57.85  Lowest minimum do 30.  AA*erage minimum do 36.  Mean  do  40.92  AT THE  MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  Aug 1(5  69  51  17  77  48  IS  S9  55  19  81  56  20  SI  51  21  SO  50  22  79  48  The Canadian Marble Avorks at  Lardo.haA'e closed doivn on account of  the Avar. They have orders for large  shipments of marble, but owing.to the  outbreak in Europe the orders Avete  cancelled.  ; Government agents throughout the  province are receiving orders from the  Provincial GoA'ernment forbidding the  issuance of gun licenses to Austrians-  and Germans.  Turkey has issued a warning to  shipping,, companies that merchant  vessels, passing through, the .Dardanelles must dismantle their Avireless  installations and leai-e their apparatus  hehind.  The present government of Merico  has decided to repudiate notes to the  amount.of $10,000,000, issued by the  Provisional GoA-ernment of President  Carbajal.  Germany has decided to disregard  Japan's ultimatum to evacuate Iviao-  chau and the Japanese are preparing  to enforce their demands.  The export of sugar from Jamaica  has been forbidden by Royal Proclamation, the'entire crop being required  for Imperial purposes.  The statement is made that there Is  but four months' supply of tea in London and only three Aveeks' supply in  Canada.  The Kaiser is said to be longing  for an opportunity to congratulate  his troops. He might felicitate those  Avho got back from Liege Avith Avhole  skins.  Average maximum temperature 79.43  Average minimum do 51,29  Mean do 65.39  Rainfall for the week     . t    inches 1  SnoAvfall       "       "     "* 700   " ".   '.  COHKI'Sl". ND1NG AA'KEK OK LAST A'EAlt  Highest maximum temperature 96  Average do do       . 72.85  LoAvest minimum do 54.  Average do do 51.42  Mean do 02.14  Big Surprise to  Many in Hedliey  Local people are surprised at the  QUICK results received from simple  buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as  mixed in Adler-i-ka, the German appendicitis remedy. F. M. Gillespie,  druggist, states that this simple remedy antisepticizes the digestive system  and draws off the impurities so thoroughly that A SINGLE DOSE removes sour stomach, gas on the stomach and constipation Instantly. THE HEDLEY GAZEITE AUG 27,  1914  She Hkdley Gazette  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  .Hud she realized the intrinsic  l.-ulidity of the British Empire,  , flu- Avould have rct'.ngni/."il  ^^^^  ! Bi itain ius one having authority.   Hail  Subscriptions in Advance ! ^ *">'  "<U*rsi,ii.<l   the signiflc.-wiee  p..y.| ��������� '     Si'iti' ������'''ngla'x.l '������������������*  nveiAvlieluiing .snperior-  ( failed Slate-)   GEOLODICAL SURVEY WORK  Continued from I'age One  rich in copper and av.-is   very probably  the source,of   the'Copper  of  the  ore  deposits..  1.-cause  of  its   tough' close-grained  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 1- lines to the inch  .... -'.oil i jty in the matter of lijiht cruisers. Hit".character  the   monzonite   frequently  voice  of    lierniaii    eoiiimei'ce.    Avould ; t-ho\vs    no    Avell-defin"tl     system     or  L_ndNotkM-(S etc. j ha v. li. .-n uiiaiiiiiiuusag.-iin.-t Avar. Hat! \ tVii-liii'������-.    The     best     defined     joint  J-T.imfor isi-dny noiice-!. and .5.(iafoi'.Ti-diiy j , ,        ,. .'i i .    ��������� ' planes are   those   AA'hich   strike   N.   00  noli,-us. I slu.'lit'.-ii.'ililetolore.eetliat tlii'vaiinteil i ' y ���������  Transient Advenlsement.-nol, excei-ding unc , .,.........       .,...,.1,;,,,.      Was      to    break i V'"''0''*, , '.' a,������m'S     U"  inch,  _t.ii.  for one insertion. -'.> cents  for: ���������> u.-sian      m.icnini      aa.is,    u>    ui   .u. , j,,, {. (-1 mi n������j   has    taken   place   in   tAvo  oIU.l-i.rt"*,^_,_-'H--e ^.'.iV'^1,^"-1ni^������������U'������������i!*  <I"W������ -"'f-"1*    ,1,L'   v;,1,,l!1'   o1' il  little |m���������ii()1. directions, namely S. SO degi-ees  nation,        lliat every        strategic | K.   and   S.   10  degrees    \V.    Both   of  ad v.-u.lag-,gained by   rapid   ...ol.iliza-i lluw   directions    coincide    with    the  , ! strike of some of the ore bodies, Avhile  tion, everv  ounce  ot   pi estige   gained , ..,,-.- ������������������    .   -i        .  i the latter is the   direction ol   strike ot  through sii-enousyear. ojVadverlising:m|)M   (>)-   L))e    dy].iJfi   w!li(:1)    c;ul    t,K,  av.-is to In- Avipcd   out iu one   Aveek   -lm | monzonite.    Faulting lias taken place  mighl have sloj>peil to I'oii. ider.     Had   to a 'considerable,  extent   throughout  i'  Id     ....  cents per lino for each subsequent iii-iertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  Si.-;.-,; over I inch mid up to I inch.-;, SI.00  ]>or inch per month. To con. tanl. advertisers  taking larger .puce than four iii.hr. . on  iipplit'iition. rates will be given of reduced  charge-, based on m/.c of space and length  of time.  AV. C.MARTIN: Managing -.'ditor.  Full .In.n  !    Ln-t ijr.iif.     'GSk itf-si1      ���������  New .loon  l-'iist quar.  ���������_!l!  ��������� h ��������� looked hack lo fee what a Ave; fc  and lickl. sister her ally has always  been  in   aygi fssion   and   defi'iice   and  the whole di-trict but Ihe displacement is usually not great. In appears  to have both proceeded and folloAvetl  ore  deposition.  .-<>  that some  of  the  THE BANK OF  .78 Years in Business.   Capital and Surplus 87,786,666.  Plan Ahead For The Children's Education  Times in.'iy be no better, und money no more plentiful, Avlien the education of your maturing children begins  to ni'ike heavy demands on your purse. Open .now, in  the Savings Department oi: the Bank of British North  America, a special Education Euncl, so that you will be  able to giA*e your children the start in life Avhich you  oaa*c theni.  Hedley Branch,  C.  P. Dalton,  Manager  -EBS-BBB-MilBgfflEffl^^  | looked for lo M-e t.!).-il Uu.-sia  is a new ! 0i,_; bodies follow   the lines of  1'racLui  "' .-in.!      leiuvcnateil     Kussi.-i,      cioa ble : ing and fault ing Avhile others are   cut  i 1:     ; 11 ��������� > >' 11 i V. 111 _  1911  A I'(I  191:  i  the  iii-. I    liii-    of   ill.l.'oiraiiildisplaei-dbyHiein.  "\ , ,   I     Dvkes of tiranite  porphvrv,  svenite  --������������������1 .ijiiia- id lliree weeks', i-oim^i Is " , .   ' " i     i-  ; porphyry,   quartz   porphyry,   antl   di-  |   ;o:'  peace   must   have   prevailed.     M ad j ,,1).lst. 'tl.;'lVe, >.,. the motlzoiiile, -.-trikiug  -)  ��������� _  ���������I  ._  i;  i  11  i;i  ii  12  13  i-l  Hi  17  is  V.I  20  21  _:;    _t  Hi    ;���������:.!  2,"i  _ti  27  _���������-?  !-->  Sun. .Vioii. Tties. Wed. Thu. Frl. Sat. -,,,,-  ������]   ; she I'liii.-ulei ed the   loicetl   po.-ilion   o!  3   | I L.-il \     iii     the    Triple    Alliance,     the  s     aui-ieiit i'l'i'indship  of Japan   for f'-uy-  i  mil. not forgetting   tin: fate of a   cer-  r. i   i tain Xapoleon '..���������maparle who   sought  :!>      17      IS      T.l      20      21      22    3   | / .        .,.,,','  ]   jiobend   Europ<' to   his   will���������hail   she  !    ~:;      -'      -''      -"       -'       '-'"      -"    ']   ifon-idi-reil      l.he--e    things,    the     av.-u-  )     AVoulil not have looked to her so much  to her hie a I'm., i.-iu holiday.  Ll needed hui. t he  truuipel's   clarion-  THE KEREMEOS FLOWERSHOW!. ,|U,(-,,1,nll ;imi   Redmond  .hake  I  ' hands and their followers to plead for  Hy  ihi.->   liiiii1   not  only   Ihe  ollicial  news   of   ihe   iveieiiieos   riowt-r Show  has gol  ihr.iugh ton-: bur also reports  -hi-ough;   back to   lie.lley by   the local  fancier-, who wo: e iii.s.oi.      Judging  by both   reports the event   av.-is an unqualified . ucce. s: and unbounded credit  s due to those by   whom   tho scheme.  ��������� Avas piojected  and cai .led  into effect.  This year the   show Avas only an ex-  "periinenl.   though a highly successful  experiment.    With experience, the exhibitors    will   not  only   improve   the  .quality  of their display   but take care  that exhibits  are better balanced   and  *' the  enteries in   each  class --numerous  enough to insure real competition.  The ie;il use of the flower show is  j hardly apparent yet. The idea is capable of almost indefinite extension.  If it could be made to include, the entire valley it ivould per form a very  real service for us all. The spirit of  rivalry is healthy; but the spirit of  rivalry betAveen our toAvns is often unkind and sometimes unsportsmanlike  If a, committee, representing the fioAV-  ei- fanciers of the entire valley, could  b_ got together, there i.|no reason Avhy  the sIioav, Avhen extended to its fullest  possibilities, should not become a big  annual event in ivhich Ave could all  meet .n genuine friendly rivalry.  in a direction almost north and south.  A majority of the,,granite porphyry  dykes outcrop on the east side of  Wolf cicek and many have been encountered underground that do not  reach the sm face. Nome ate as much  as 150 l'ei't in Avidlh. They sIioav chilling ami (low --li'iielm'.' on lhi'ir bolder and art' purphyrilic or almo.-t  granitic in the centre. The diabase is  line grained and soft, and later in dale  than the intrusion of the poi-phories.  The tiiiiii/.i'inite is overlaid to the  north by extrusive rocks of Tertiary  age con. isling of audi', ili.'s. basalts,  and some rhyoliie. These rocks are  associated with and somewhat youn-  walked through Athhuie".    The labor   ���������vl.  11 _.-11*   the  coal-bearing  Oligocene  a chance "'lo walk shoulder to sliouhlei-  through   the    (.lei ma ns   as    the   Divil  THE WAR OF OVERSIGHTS  This bids fair to beknOAvn in history  the Avar of oversights. Had Germany  re ili'/.ed the unhesitating fidelity of  Britain to the obligations of the  Triple Entente she would have thought  tAvice    before^   declaring     hostilities.  agilators dropped their greiviinces:  the .-urVragette. diopped their bricks,  and the colonies, even to South Africa  have olie.red their best. The Prussian  Avar machine has so sadly Avobbled on  tin: Mi-use that the story of its invincibility has gone the ivay of other  pipe dreams. The wholj Ciernian  marine is bottled up. Her main watcr-  AA-a.v.. the Kibe and the Weser, are  closed The land is full of sinokele.-s  chimneys and silent mills. . The North  Sea is in the hands of Jellicoe and bis  Meet; and Germany's industiial loss is  estimated at- $r>,.').,.()<) daily.  The preparedness of France avus  another surprise ivhich forced Germany to that dastardly bloiv that has  costhcrtliesympathyof her lastfreind.  and morally bankrupted her forever-. The crushing momentum of  the Kussi.tn forces begins to be felt.  In a smashing attack the Gemma  army has been Aveighed in the balances  and found ivanting. With the passing of every day she loses some strategic advantage. Meanivhile these  smokeless chimneys pointing upAvard  from the silent factories are the Mene  Tekel���������the Avarning] finger of impending disaster.  rockseentroingnbou't Princeton. They  appear to have covered a gie.-it part  of Copp.r mountain pievious to the  Olacial period, and it is clue to the  protecting cover of these lavas that,  there is such a depth of decomposed  monzonite iioav remaining on parts  of the mountain.  Continued next week  Valiant Captain Haun of the  Leipzic announces that he ivill first  take the llainboiv, then the Algerinc  and ShcarAvater, then the Montcalm  and so on. So far he has taken a  1 cargo of coal at Frisco.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  /"*OAL mining rights of the Dominion, in  *-' Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of SI an  acre. Not more than 2.5IH. acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in ivhich the rights applied for  arc situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurvoyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  ' Each application; must be accompanied by a  fee of $5 AA'hich A\'ill be refunded it tho rights  applied for are not available, but notother-  Avise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of live cents  per ton  The person operating the mine shall furnish  tho Agent Avith sivorn returns lie-counting: for'  the fiiil quantity of merchantable coal mined  and nay the royalty thereon. If tho coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for the working of the  mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary ot the .Department, of  the Interior. Ottaivn, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  AV. AV. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unauthoris'.cd publication of this advertisement ivill not be paid for. !)-(im  :s___l;&E>o&__-_6_-___ffl'^^  $250.00 will buy a Choice  Hesidential Building* Lot on  Daly Avenue  Don't Pay Out Good Money for Rent When You  Can Own a House of Your Own  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager HEDLEY, B. C.  aa  .j-,.-...., ���������^.-*.y...rH*.,.1)-c.ryr'.:i.l;v^lr'r,-.../.ir;  mi  Li^v_;__-ii-m____M__s*_ii-j^  MONDAY   and   TUESDAY  SEPTEMBER 7 and 8, 1914  -. _*JUIM___M������_-_a__-',IWlA^IT_-Mlf-W_lll������-  0 ������������������   "���������    O  Foot HaGing"  Baseball  SEE SMALL BILLS FOR  PROGRAMME  Grand Ban on Mondau Evening  EVERYBODY WELCOME  TVlusic fcyy Band Orchestra  COMMITTEE  H. G. FREEMAN, Secretary A. WINKLER, Treasurer  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  TR.Y US.    WE GIVE SATISFACTION. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE AUG 27, 19i-_  THE FAMILY GROCER.  Riveruiew  Creamer v  Butter  Absolutely the best in  toAvn. Try a pound and-be  convinced.  JAS. STEWART :&. CO.  I JIEDL&y SflOE STORE 1  ������_ x  x  x  X  X  X  x  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  x  X  x  X  X  Gootl variety of Children's Shoes  Ts'ico selection oi'Mcn's AV.-ilking  Shoes  Ladies Oxfords, High Shoes itiul  House Slippers.  Boys' and Mini's AVorking Bunts  Boot denning On Kits ;nitl dress-  ,ings fur nil kinds iiiiil colors  of Shoes. ' ���������     ���������   ���������  Agents for Rex Tailoring,* Co.  Suits Cleaned   and Pressed  at  Reasonable Charges  X  X  %  X  .<-  =*s  X  x  X  X  X  x-  X  X  x  _.  X  X  X  X  x  x  X  artti������ati&^?ii^-t.t^feg<ra:-?fe������-&-i-ifefe  _RI SB H i NG,:RODS  .and jRisiiing^T-acI<Ie  __���������!-_-���������_������������������-���������i���������iiiiii_iin������'~"**-nr-' Tinini-rrrr^T.'''",,-~'""**"'"" *"*������������������������  We .cfi'vi/y-a- full line of all  goods that the fisherman  -    -    -    - -'"'ijceds    -    -   -    -  Hedley Drug & Book Store  Hedley, B.C.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements  INDEPENDENCE, -nndSlMR DYKE Mineral Claims, situate in the Osoyoos Mining*  Division of Yalo, District. AVhere located:  Independence Mouut'iinT"*-   '77'.:,   "     '  TAKE NOTlOK'-that;R.;P..-lli-Qwruis__.e_Jit-  ���������*��������� for C. II. Cornell .'_ o u Miner s COi-titicilto  No. B. !),i!)7S, intend, sixty days from the date-  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate or Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining: a Ci-oaa-ii Grant of the above  eiaiins. . ' '��������� -'    ; .'.-   -'  And further take notice that action, under,  '.section-3. must be commenced before tho issuance of such Certiticate of Inip.oi'eriicnt-.  G  Dated this 25th day of June, -A. D. 191J.  THE SIMILKAMEEN WATERWORKS COMPANY,   LIMITED  Notice is hekehy given that the,  annual gehei.iT-meeting of-the Simil-  kiimceii Water-Avorks Company Lirriit-  .,   ed Avill he held at the Registered office  of the Company, Hedley, in'the Prov-  -: ince of British Columbia, on -Monday  the 7th day of September. 191-1,  at the  hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, for  '.   the  purpose of electing Directors  of  ,   the Company for the ensuing year- and  .   other business  Avhich can   he properly  ;  brought before an Annual Meeting. .  Dated the 17th day of August, A. D.  19_.-i  W. P. RODGERS  Secretary.  60   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone sending a Bltetch nnd description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probably patentable. Communlca.  tlons strictlyconfldentlnl. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest iipency for securing patents.  Patents taken through Muun & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, In the  A handsomely Illustrated weekly.  I.nrgest cir-  Terras, *3 a  C-latlon of any s-lentlflc journal.     .   _  yonr: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  IWUNN&Co.36lBfoadwav. New York  Branch Office. 6*S F SU Washlnirton. D. C.  Town and District.  Game Warden Schissler . avus in  toAvn on Tuesday.   ���������  .    Mrs. Edmonds  is home, again  after  a month's holiday at the ranch.  Hans RiehtiH- avus in toivn last iveok  having an injured hand treated by Dr.  MeEiven.  Homer McLean, Bert Russell, antl  Tom Ivellog are prospecting along  Sterling Greek.  ���������  Leonard Innis spent Ihe. Lust   iveek'  end vi.iting  his uncle and  aunt,   Mr.  and Mrs.'Forbes.  Mrs. Duly spent afe\A' days in Hedley  last      Avet-.l.,"    the ''guest    of     Mr*-.  .Wallis KnoAvIes.-  #  Win. Forbes who AA'ent to Penticton  on Saturday on .business returned  home .on-.Tuesday.  Eddie Johnson passed through town,  en", oute to Oroville.where he intended  spending tlie Aveek end.  ' 'All the editor's .sdcialcall-s ' are cancelled this . Aveek: he was .mitten on  the beak Avith a hammer.  On Saturday Mrs. Lyall arrived  home from Princeton Avhere -she has  been visiting for a few days.  Rich On avs ton, manager- of the Si-  iijilkaiiieeii Fruit Lands Co., .pa.sed  lhrouj.Ii Hedley last Saturday.   .  Father Conant who has been iu Hedley at intervals for the last fortnight  returned lo .Kamloops Saturday by  Avay of Penticton.  Mis. Ella Linton, sister of Mrs.  Holland of Nickel Plate Camp return-:  ed to Night ha iv k Saturday accompanied by Miss Ruth Boivcrinaii avIio  AA'ill spend a short time Avith her.  Win. Thoinlinson, mineral collector  for the Canadian Government Exhibition Commission avus iu toivn Tuesday and Wednesday. Turn to the  first page and see ivhal he says; it is  worth Avhile.  For Sale���������Lot", block 2, toivnsito  of Hedley. This property is a good  location as it is situated on Scott  Avenue, three lots north of the Hedley Trading Company's store. Good  house on property. Will sell for  $900.00 cash or $950.00 half doAvn and  the balance in eight monts at 6 percent. M. C. Kent, Prince Rupert,  B.C. .....  -. __4_asb AiieelcthiiJ_t;a___TI]-,yi.tiie opened  under  very favorable auspices for a  successful   season's  run.    The   house  avus good, all   things  considered, and  the.shoAV quite-up to   the  usual  standard.     One  unique-'feature   av.-is  the  films   furnished   hy    the .Provincial  Government for the f utherance of the  forest campaign.     From  an    artistic:  standpoint the plates  Avere decidedly  creditable, and  from   their  educative  'value can  hardly be  over estimated.  Last Thursday'  evening   the  local  members of the Orange Order'met in  their Lodge room for the purpose,  of  tendering a fitting farewell   to Bro.  Wm.  Henderson  on   the   eve of his  departure for the front.   The function  took the form  of a banquet and presentation.   After   the   traditions   of  the army and the empire Avere fittingly celebrated in   toast and song,  Bro.  Henderson received a  beautiful goltl  AA'atch and charm, suitably engraved.  The question of the game reservation  is   being  mooted, again.   Last Saturday Joe Marcel of Keremeos  ivas   in  toivn securing signatures to a petition  to     annul     the      forme,     document  praying   for    a    reservation    whose  boundaries   should   be   respectively;  T\venty-Mile Creek Avagon  road to its  junction Avith    the Nickel Plate-Pen-  ticton road, and  along the said  road  to  its   junction   Avith  the Keremeos-  Penticton road ivhich line it will  fol-  Ioav  to  the   Similkfiineen   River and  from  thence  along the  river  to   the  starting point at Hedley.  Large tract of gootl valley farming  land just thi-OAvn open for free settlement in Oregon. Over 200,000 acres in  all. Good climate, rich soil, and does  not require irrigation to raise finest  crops of grain, fruit and garden truck.  For large map, full instructions antl  information, and a plat of several  sections of exceptionally good claims,  send .$8.-10 to John Keefe, Oregon City,  Oregon. Three years a U. S. surveyor  and timbermaii. An opportunity to  get a good fertile free homestead near  toivn and market. 2S-5  Tavo more of our local boys loft for  the front Monday in the person of  George Boxall and Fred Beck.  George, as AA'as stated last Aveek, is, a,  regular and Fred a reservist. Both  entrained forQuebecamidmore enthusiasm than tlie old G. N. station has  seen in many a day. Leaving the Similkameen Hotel in the bus, decorated  Avith flags and already croAVtled Avith  admirer., the boys drove to the  depot gathering ucav enthusiasts en  route. When the train pulled in they  Avere chaired across the platform into  the coach Avhere Ave .left them, bidding them mi n.'voir but not good-bye.  PflLfl6__  L>lvery, Feed & Sale Stables  '    ���������  Hl.l_I.liA'    II. 0. ���������   11 A good .lock of Horses antl Rigs,on  Hand,    "h Orders for Teaming  promptly at tended to.  Grates are ekitra .durable. Coal grate is duplex. Wood grate is the most modern type.  Office of Dominicii Express Company.  W-O..QD.   FOR   SALE!  Rhone 1*.     '    D. J.   INN IS     ,  IJropriol.or  _3^^_ltt--<a-:ia''������������t-3������^i"'-!l5i-W_BV.ol ������S<__JV  f$ll24$@   w*** ta^e extra l?r������c Pieces c  *w   Jmo      wood���������just remove back end  lining. Ask the McCkry dealer to show you.  Sold by HEDLEY TRADING COHPANY  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  tfe'6Si&'6:������S &S������ SS"������ S&S- feSS-'KSS ElSSj  )_*  !.  id  i{j     r,������IW������T-t^IlllfAWV<A''������|U^MlWl������MIIIII-_-IIU������M_B_n:  V... ^=.^_ _���������_  i-  \-  i-  i_  i_  (_  *  ������  \6  iii  i.  ������.  Here to Stay.  For Painting,  Paperlianging  Etc., apply to  J. El E"-A L E-  Corner White St. and Daly Ave  Terms    JV\oc������&r������i.t&  SUBSCRIBE  FOR THE  GAZETTE  Advertise in the  Hedley  Gazette  and watch Results  iMBBi-ii?iiiiwA_nwiiWi-iii);,-Trin-BWTii-^  DAT,   AUGUST 27th and  28th, we will put on Exhibition  165 LADIES'  WAISTS  Showing all the very latest styles for this  Autumn and Winter  -We Cordially  Invite All the  Ladies to Come  and See Them  H6(H6U Trafllflfl 60., Ltd.  PROSPERITY  Advertisements  Are the  Guideposts Showing Way  1  w<  By HOLLAND.  rOOLD you 'trai-el the  road that leads to Prosperity? Then read the advertisements. They are the  guideposts pointing the way.  Disregard the advertisements  and you are , likely to go  wrong, and even if you finally reach your destination you  do so only after needless delays and unnecessary traveling-  The traveler ivho would  disregard guideposts, who  would not examine theni at  every opportunity, Avould be  called foolish. He would get  little sympathy when he complained of time lost going the  Avrong direction.  The man who neglects to  read the advertisements is  disregarding gnideposts and  is taking unnecessary chances  and is delaying his own progress.  AD VERT! SEM ENTS  OFFER WAYS TO  SAVE DOLLARS.  If you fail to read and profit  by the advertisements you  are giving your neighbor who  does read them an advantage.  Watch Our Show Windows  and See the Fine Line of  Goods we carry in Stock.  CREELMAN <������> LYALL        f  j  FRASER. BLOCK - HEDLEY, B.C. |  ���������^***~*.������. ������������������^���������������������������������<������-0^'<>'������"������^������<������'������<������-������'������"������0-<>'������������������'������'������������������������<������������0'  WHY Men Should De^l WitH  Or-  The  TVle-rVs A/\an  Because Ave are yiM.crAT.iSTS iu Men's Clothing,  clering, buying and selling.  Because our good, are sincere and oiir prices the  loAvest at Avhich quality can be assA*red.  Because Ave do not, Avill NOT, deal Avith mushroom houses and you luwe the guarantee of a national  reputation behind everything you buy.  Because Ave have tlie largest and best assorted stock  of Gents' Furnishings in toAArn. Also just received, the  largest and most complete line of Ladies' and Gent's  Shoes eA'er shoAvn in Hedley.    Invictus Brand.  When considering aa*1io Avill sell you that Labor Day  outfit ask yourself WHY i\OT FVRE_37V_A.N  The   Semi-Ready   Clothing:   Store  H. G. FVeemein, Proprietor  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE HEDLEY GAZB'lTE, - AUG 27-.- 1014.  XHE KEREWEO  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen----Famed for Fruit Growing*  Towi\ and Lower Valley.  Mrs. TAveddle was a visitor at Oroville Wednesday and Thursday of last  week.  Victor Quaedvlieg shot a five pound  horned oavI last Thursday on the  ranch.  W. H. Cameron and L. Barlow are  building a cement lescrvoir for the  Corivoni.net; of the .School's AA'ater  supply.  Dr. Thomson is iioav on a Avell earned vacation for a couple of Aveeks. Dr.  Acres of Grand Forks, B. C. will he  the veterinary inspector in charge  during his absence.  Mrs. Keeler returned from Seattle  last Wednesday after spending a very  enjoyable time with Mrs. A. C. Kennedy, late of the Spring Brook Ranch  on the Penticton road. <"  Last Aveek Fi.isei, the son of Mr.  Joe Marcel of OUala, had the misfortune to put his elboAV out of joint, and  sustain a slight fracture, Avhile trying  to evade eome cattle he had just helped corral.  Church of England services Avill be  held in the school house on Sunday  next the 30th. by the Rev. J, A. Cle-  land of Penticton, full choral, Harvest Thanksviving. A cordial invitation is extended to all.  Once more the school is in full swing  and the pupils are tiekled to death.  Pretty hard to beleive, hut if one had  seen their cheerful faces Avhen they  Avere let out early on the first day of  the term.    Conviction followed.  What about that hardware you were  thinking of getting. You knoAV you  Avill need a new stove board this fall,  .maybe some iicav pipe lengths. Come  and see me >at the hardAvare store.  Ezra Mills is the name.- over the door.  Mr. Angus Miimi of NeAv Westminster, B. C, Inspector of Customs Avas  in-town Monday the 24th. He spent  the day Avith the local customs officers  instructing them in neAv details Avhich  lie has received  from the department  at Ottiuva.    Misses Elizabeth and Preida Richter  left on Monday evening for Victoria,  B. C. Miss Freida to continue her  studies at the St. Anne's Academy and  Miss Bessie to take three months, probation in the St. Joseph's Hospital.  We join Avith  their many : friends in  -We often hear, "some chicken" but  this time ic AA'as "some bear", when  George Christy arose Monday to do  his morning chores, he Avas surprised  to find some bear standing in front  of the stable door, Ave do not exactly  knoAV Avhat George looked like when  his lamps lit on this intruding stranger  Avho not satisfied Avith his usual bill of  fare, had plentionsly been helping  himself to peaches and plums, breaking down many limbs in his eagerness to appease liis appetite. We  hope to publish later the death notice of Bruin. This is heleived to be  the same bear that had the audacity  to stand up and face the section men  ������s they Avere, going to work on their  car on Saturday. But the noise of  the car and the number of men on it  made him move before it Avas upon  him.  Joe Marcel was around toAvn Monday getting signatures to a petition  to annul the one sent in to the government asking for a game reserve to be  made with the boundaries of T'Aventy-  Mile Creek Avagon road to its junction  Avith the Nickel Plate-Penticton road,  antl along the said road to its junction  Avith the Keremeos Penticton road  Avhich line it will folltnv to the Similkameen River and from thence  along the river to the starting point  at Hedley. When the Avriter sjiav the  list it contained ninety-six signatures.  Although the writer signed the previous petition after looking into the  other side of the question more thoroughly, he Avill venture to say after  seeing the signatures contained in the  last petition that there Avill not he a  reserve contained in the above boundaries.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvement  N'l-i-i.iK (.A; "Aliii-iiiH'luiui, .situate in the _'so-  yoo-i Milling; Division of Yule District.  AVhure located:- Nickel Plato -ilouiition.  Take notice tlmt AA'. Ar-nott, I-'ree Miner's  Certificate No. 7.A11I. intends, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mininfr  Kccoi-der for a Certi(leuto-of Improvement1*,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt of  the above claim.  Antl further take notiee that notion, under  section 8."). mu.st be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of IinproA-cmen.*.  Dated this _-iul day of August, A. D.. Hill  notice:  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMEXTS  I'KKSim'XTf.Ai. Tii.ANiii.i-: KiiAci'iON   Mineral  Claim, situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.    AA'here   located:���������  ���������    Nickel I'luto Mountain.  Take notiee that L. H. ratten. Free Miner's  Certificate No. ~51V>. intends, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section ..">, must be commenced before tho  issuance of -.ueh Certificate of -Improvements.  Dated this -_iul day of August. A, _>., 11114.  Under and by virtue of the  powers contained in a certain  mortgage Avhich will be produced at the time of sale, there will  be offered for sale by  PUBLIC AUCTION  by L. H. Patten at the  TOWN HALL, Keremeos  ���������   ON   ���������  Thursday, Sept. 24th, 1914  at the hour of 2 o'clock in the  afternoon the folloAving  property:  ALL AND SINGULAR that certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the Similkameen (formerly Osoyoos) Division of Yale District, ��������� Province of British Columbia, more particularly  known and described as lots sixteen  (16), seventeen (17), a,n������i eighteen (18)  in Block Seventy-One (71) in a subdivision of parts of District Lots Seven  Hundred antl Forty-Nine (7-19) and  One Hundred and Seventy-Four (174).  in the Siniilkam.en Division (formerly  Osoyoos) of Yale District Province of  British Columbia, according to the  official map or plan of said sub-division, .made by C. A. Stoess, P. L. S.,  and deposited in the Land Registry  office in Kamloops as Plan No. 300.  On the  property are a livery stable  and dAvelling house.  For  terms   and  conditions  of   sale  apply to  L. H. Patten, Keremeos, B. C.  Dated the 30th day of August, 1.1L  A. S. Black,  Solicitor for Mortgagee,  Greenwood, B.C.  FOR SERVICE  Running  The  Throughbred  Stallion  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  ���������AVI-B-.   AVIUTINO ADVEItTISEBS PLEASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  "Beautiful and Best"  (Canadian Stud Book, No 237)  Will stand for public service at  '���������The WilloAvs" Keremeos, for  the season of 1914.  Fee for service $10.00 to insure.  Mares may be pastured  E. M. DALY  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  for  Fine Job Printing  AUTO STAGE SERVICE  TAveddle's cars are   comfort-   \  able.    TAveddle's drivers        T  are experts. ^  No delaA's. No accidents  Autos leave Penticton every morning to connect Avith trains to Hotlley.  Princeton. I'oalmont, Oroville and  all Boundary points.  Leave Keremeos for Penticton on  arrival of Great Northern trains  Fare���������single $6.00  RETURN $11.00  P. JJfffigP carried. Commercial trunks  arranged for  \llrea;k tho monotony of train and  ^boat triivel and take an auto trip.  AA'hcri you arrive at Penticton or  Kereineos ask for  TWE^PLE'S AUTO STAGE  Gars Call at all Hotels  ������ I L K. S  L.-nge Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right, prices ��������� ���������  TOHA-Y SING, Keremeos  H. C. N. ETCHES  is Agent for I he Hedley Gazette in  Keremeos and iuit.hoiiz.rd tn book  Subscriptions and take   unlets for  job Avoik and adverti-sing.  POST OFFICE,   KEREMEOS.  B. C.  t  WE'VE GOT THE BUSINESS  A-ID THERE IS; GOOD REAS6.T AVHY  If we were to be here to-day and pack up  and go tomorrow we oould perhaps afford- tip  run our business along slip-shod lines.    We  are here, however, to build a. business. Tiiis  * -  ��������� ���������       -pi..  we intend to do by ��������� stocking high-grade  goods and selling at a low. margin of.profit.  See our superior line of Goods  ior Spring.  FRANK  RICHTER  ESTATE  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  nrsTiocT of a'ai.e  TAKE notice that I, Alfred II. Rowberry of  FairvieAV, B. (....occupation, fanner, intends  to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands:���������  'Coinmcncinpr at a post planted at a post  about 8(1 chains AA'est and about B0 chains  North of "the N.AV. corner of Lot (508s; thenee  AA'est 20 chains, thence South 40 chains, thenee  East 20 chains, thenee North '40 chains, and  containing- So acres.  Alkhed H. RoAvmciuiY  .nth April; 1911,  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTHICT OK A'AI.E  "PAKE notice that I, Halliburton Tweddleof  . ���������*��������� Keremeos, B. C. occupation, Hotelkecp-  er. intends to apply for permission to purchase  tho following described lands:��������� ...  Commencing at a post planted about tAvo  miles north of lot 3_D7, thenco north 40 chain..;  thenco cost forty ���������chains; thenco south' forty  chains; thence Avest forty chains to point of  commencement and containing one hundred  antl sixty acres.  HaLI.IBUKTO-T TAVKnULK  April 16th..1.14        21-10.  W0F*   Subscribe for the Gazette  fall  Mfa_^_lPli--lliillilP^  FOR centuries the principled"l_.etth^  ������������������"Caveat Emptor "���������ruled the world of business.  In fact, it was not a principle-���������but rather: a lack of  principle���������yet it held sway everywhere until a decade  ortwoago.  When a merchant quoted a price,-he made  enough to stand almost, urilimit^ yet be  profitable���������to him. When he spoke of quality, his fingers  were crossed, and you were not expected to believe him  ���������unless you wanted to very badly.  ���������:. Buying was. a haggle���������unless you  were a hardened.haggler you came out  second best in every deal. "Caveat  Emptor"���������it was up. to you. There  was no confidence between buyer and  seller.  ;-.Business���������-once an aggregation of  deals���������has become the living embodiment of ideals. ,,  Advertising ��������� has helped, because  Advertising creates confidence in the  buyer and proves the seller's confidence  in-his: wares. Confidence has eliminated the haggle.  i.vYou see < business.-.; confidence is a  good deal -like capital, in that it accumulates, like savings. The grocery-  consumer's confidence in a town will  be on deposit chiefly with a.feAV capable  square grocers; and dry-goods, confidence,- jewelry confidence, and so forth,  are massed in the same way.  The retail merchant doesn't lock  this confidence in his safe. He deposits it in turn with the wholesaler,  who passes it on to the manufacturer.  And the, manufacturer, to make the  circle complete, must give confidence  to the consumer.  The manufacturer with goods to  sell must draw upon all these reserves  of confidence. He must demonstrate  his own fairness in dealing, his integrity in maintaining quality, his  willingness to put principle before  profit.  Advertising is the means through which the manufacturer makes this demonstration to you.  Advertising has given personality to commodities, so  that you now recognize your "friends" among soap, tea,  or collars, as readily as you recognize your human acquaintances.  Advertising fathered the "money back" principle, and  has made buying a pleasure instead of a duel of wits.  Advertising has spread the one-price policy���������erased  "Caveat Emptor'* from the language of business, and  made buying safe to entrust to a child.  Advice regarding your advertising problems is available through  any recognized Canadian advertising agency, or through the  Secretary of the Canadian Press Association, Room 503  Lumsden Bldg., Toronto. Enquiry involves no obligation on  your part���������write if interested.  jiiiiBjjiiaiBM^

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