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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VII.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1911.  Number 49.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years'pr-actico in Vancouvor.] :  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON, ���������'.'--.:-��������� -      B. C  TO CONFER   WITH ADMIRALTY  Hon.  J. D. Hazen  to Visit England Be-  .    fore Canada's Naval Policy  is Announced  HOTEL  PENTICTON  ' Headquarters for Tourist. Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Uaiixes, Prop.       Penticto.v, B.C.  R. W. DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches,  Properties,  Mines, Timber,  Water Powers  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C.  N. Thompson* i-iioni-: sevmouk 5943  BIGK. WKSTKKN CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Ofliees mid Warehouse, 847-63 Bciitty Street  Vancouver, B.C.  B. H. ROGERS,  M.A., T3.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  Grand Union  Hotel   HEDLEY, B. C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  ' Best Brands of'Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  Ottawa, Dec. 8th,���������The Evening  Journal says:  It is now practically understood in  political and official circles that Mr.  Borden will be unable to announce his  naval policy to the house for some little time after the re-opening of parlia-  ment in January. It is decided that  Hon. J. D. Hazen will leave,for England immediately after Christmas and  that lie will be accompanied by the  deputy minister of naval affairs.        ;  It is understood that his stay will  be iis brief as the .nature of his business will permit, and that he will endeavor to get back home in time to  give the government an opportunity  of coming to an understanding respecting the navy in tune to reach a, decision before adjournment. Of course,  it is realized that the formulation of a  naval dolicy is no small task for even  the admiralty authorities and it may  take Mi\ Hazen considerable time to  reach a point where we will feel satisfied be has faithfully accomplished  his mission aiid secured the information-required'by his colleagues here in  deciding as to what the policy shall  be.  AKItlTY FOB TASK-  The mission is ol? the highest importance to the. empire and it is felt in  political circles, and undoubtedly  throughout' the country generally,  that Mr. Hazen, through training,  long experience rind general ability is  in every, way big".'enough to accomplish it to the general satisfaction of  the Canadian people.  CHRISTMAS BOI  Twenty-five   Per   Cent   Per  Annum is Nickel Plate  Dividend for 1911  TE PER CENT MUST 6UARTER  Hedley Gold  Mining Company Acceler-  -  ates Its   Already    Swift    Dividend  Pace������������������This Camp is British Columbia's Great Mineral Ad.  HIS TWO INDICTMENTS  Sir Richard  Cartwright Says What His  Political Friends are Wishing  ;  He Hadn't Said  WORK ON THE OREGON  JL A. F. & A. M.  ���������"^KOf     REGULAR monthly meetings of  /^X\   Hcdloy Lodge Xo. 43, A. F. & A. M..  aro held on tho second  Friday in  each mouth in Fraternity hall, Hedley, Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  K. FRASER,  W. M  J. A. SCHUBERT,  Secretary  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp meets in  Fraternity   Hall   the   first and  ' third Thursdays in the month.  S. E. Hamilton*  Clerk.  Ci McEaciikii.v  Connsel  If  ���������j-a^a-Mifej  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1714 arc held on  the    third    "Monday   in    every  ������month in Fraternity Hall.   Visit  ing: bi-cthei'ii are cordially invited to attend,  ARTHUR KING. AV. M.  \VM. LONSDALE. Sec't.  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 14th of each month.  " Office on North   Main   Street.  The owners of the Oregon claim on  Sixteen Mile have started in to do  some development work and Jim Mc-  Nulty and Ed Kirkpatrick went out  there with supplies to make camp and  start in. Considerable work has already been done on the Oregon and  some very fair showings with most  encouraging values obtained. The  present work is not so much for the  annual assessment as to secure a  thorough sampling and investigate  some possibilities for ore that have  been overlooked in previous operations. The principal owners of the  Oregon are L. W. Shatford and F. H.  French. It is understood that T. D.  Pickard took a run up to see the claim  during his visit here last week, and in  all probability gave them some pointers as to the work and the sampling.  The announcement; from the head  office of the Hedley Gold Mining Company in New York that the dividend,  for the last quarter of 1911 is the usual  quarterly dividend of 3% with an extradividend 'of 7% has made oven Hedley ites who have grown accustomed  to the 5% quarterlies sit up That, however, is the dividend declared for the  last'quartet of 1911 and as the first  three quarters had already accounted  for three five-per-centers or fifteen per  cent this last one of ten percent marks  anew notch, by making a yearly dividend of 25%. ���������'.'..'���������  The announcement reads as follows:  Hedley Gold Mining Company*���������".  -42 Broadway  New York, Dec. 6th, 1911  ���������A regular dividend of three percent  (3%) and an extra dividend of seven  per cent. (7%) has this day been declared on the outstanding capital stock  of this Company, payable December  30,1911, to stockholders of records at  3:00 p.ni., Thursday, December 14th,  1911.  Transfer books will be closed on  Thursday, December 14th, 1911, at 3:00  o'clock p. ni. and reopened on Tuesday  January 2nd, 1912, at 10:00 a. m.  The urine is in better condition than  ever before, as the result lot the new  policy of keeping development well in  advance of extraction which Mr.  Jones was never permitted to do  under former-management since 11X15.  This doubtless accounts for the present handsome dividend.  Sir Richard Cartwright was no more  successful in, hiding bis anger at Canada's punishment of his party's trifling than was Sir Wilfrid hiniself.  Sir Richard singled out two special classes against whom lie entertained angry sentiments. These were the  British imperialists who approved ol  Canada's action, and the others, as  might of course"be expected, were the  Canadian"'voters-'who' had acted in a  manner which might offend the people  of the United States.   -.,!'.. C-  The Standard of Empire's Canadian  news despatch whiclrtold of the incident says:  "Sir Richard Cartwright, the Liberal leader, in the Senate, in the course  of a. somewhat heated speech, referred  to the "ungrateful fools among English public men who have, recently  been exulting over the downfall of the  only Canadian administration thai  ever con'ferred a service upon Imperial com merce or. ever raised a ha nd to  assist the British arms." He also  charged the Conservative Party with  conduct.during the election campaign  which was likely to seriously offend  the United States, whose friendship  was to be desired.  The Hon. J. A. Lougheed, Leader of  the Conservative party in the Senate,  replied to the effect that Canadians  had rightly resented the annexation  remarks made in the United States.  He did not, however, believe that the  result of the elections would disturb  the friendly relations existing between  the two countries.  CHAIRMAN OF   '.'.���������,,  HOUSE COMMITTEES  Mr.  A. S.  Goodeve Head of Mines and  Minerals and Mr. J. D. Taylor  ,. of Debates  Ottawa. Dec. 0,���������-The chairman of  the standing committees of the House  of Commons has been named as follows:  Railways and Canals���������Mr. Haugh-  ton Lennox, South Simcoe.  Privileges and elections���������Mr. Samuel Barker, East Hamilton.  Standing Orders���������Mr. E. Paqttet,  LTslet.  Public Accounts���������-Mr. VV. S. Middle-  bro, North Grey.  Banking and Commerce���������Mr. H. B.  Ames, St. Antoine division, Montreal.  Agricultural���������Mr. J. A. Sexsinith,  East Pete.rboro.  Marine and Fisheries���������Mr. Clarence  Jainieson, Digby.  Mines and Minerals���������Mr. A.S. Good-  eve, Kootenay.  Forests and Waterways���������Mr.  Rich  aid Blain,   Peel.  Debates���������Mr. J. D. Taylor, New  Westminster.  Private. Bills���������Mr. O. S. Crockett,  York, N.B.  HEDLEY HOSPITAL  ADJOURNED FOR HOLIDAYS  Ottawa is Deserted by Legislstors Who  Have Nearly All Gone to  Their Homes  TIMELY WARNING  Provincial Official Warns Against Christmas Horrors From Outbreak  of Fire  K. A. C. STL'ni>  1IAU0LI)  AIAVXK DAI.V  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock .Exchange  RealJEstate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W  Opposite New Post Office  P. O. BOX flflti  Vancouver,  B. C.  Burne, Temple & Tunbridge  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  P. W. GREGORY  (!IVIIi KN'CilXEEU ANu.HIUTI.Sir  CObl/MHIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building  Princeton  Victoria., B. C, Dec. 7,������������������"Let there  lie no Christmas horrors in British Columbia,'* says Earnest F. Gunther,  superintendent, of insurance, in a pamphlet  just issued by  tiie government.  He enforces his advice by giving a  list of casualitius which occurred in  consequence of the festivities of the  festival season a year ago.  He insists that there should be no  carelessness in the handling of lights  in the neighborhood of Christmas  trees ot- decorations. The electric wiring, lie says, should not be tampered  with and children should not be allowed to light candles on :i tree or  touch an illuminated tree.  lnplac.es of business care .should be  taken not to allow paper or other rubbish to accumulate on the premises or  about the furnace. Just a little attention will, according to Mr. Gunther,  obviate, most of the dangeis incidental  to til'.- celebration.  Ottawa, Dec. S- Parliament hill is  deserted. Apart from a few members  who will remain in the capital over  the holidays practically all have departed for their homes. As Premier  Borden went to New York yesterday  and several of the cabinet minsters  are out of the city- there will be no  sitting of the cabinet before Monday  or  Tuesday.  One of the first things to be considered doubtless will be the issuance of  a. writ for the by-election in South  Renfrew to fill the vacancy caused by  the resignation of T. A. Low. It maj*  be that in order to avoid any contest  during the holiday season the writ will  not be issued until after the new year.  NIGHT LETTERS BY CABLE  RICH PEACE RIVER  Vanderbilt Interest Said tn Be Contemplating Invasion of Country���������Its  Great Resources  Vancouver, B.C., Dec. 5.���������That the  Vanderbilt interests have their eye on  the Peace River conntrv of British Columbia and have already had their  emissaries inspecting that region for  the purpose, of receiving an exhaustive  report dealing with its possibilities and  resources, was the information imparted to the Board of Trade this  evening by its presidonc, Mr. Alex G.  McCandless.  "One of the Vanderbilt engineers  has told me,"' said Mr. McCandless,  ���������'that his party went carefully over  every inch of ground in the Peace river  region in British Columbia and Alberta. They find that there are forty  million acres, of suitable farm land,  with a climate superior to that of any  other portion of the Northwest. Their  report makes, likewise mention of the  fact that the territory contains some  of the richest coal deposits in the  world.  "What is better still, they estimate  that to build a railway into that conn-  try will cost about .$30,000 per mile, or  half of the cost of raihvay eonstrue-  from here to Fort George."  The regular monthly meeting of  the Hedley hospital was held on Tuesday night when the usual batch of accounts for salaries and supplies was  passed.  The principal matter apart from  payment of the accounts was that of  perfecting arrangements for the annual ball on January 19th,Which was  formerly decided is to take the form  of ii masquerade. As the directors  during the greater pint of the present  year have beeii left wholly upon their  own resources iir the matter of providing funds to keep the institution going and there is a disposition on the  part of residents to forget that the  hospital has a claim upon their support, it is hoped that all will rally to  the support of this effort to provide  funds, and do what they can to make  the ball a success.  There are at present three patients  in the hospital and only at very rare  intervals has it been without a patient.  GENERAL NEWS  The Registry Office at Prince Rupert was completely destroyed by fire.  Arthur Hawkes is introducing some  original ideas into the immigration  movement which is calculated to increase the number of desirable immigrants. One plan is to use the British  born organization formed a. few  months ago and have members of that  organization  Twenty Words  May Be Sent  for $1.50  Cocaine has obtained so great a hold  upon the people of Quebec that tin-  provincial authorities have had to take  stups to curb the evil.  C.   M.  SHAW  Civil Kngineer, .Dominion and Provincial band Surveyor.  Office of .1. A. .Brown  KEREMEOS  B. C.  London, Dec. Sth���������in the house of  commons today Postmaster General  Samuel announced that as the result  of negotiations the various telegraph  and cable companies had consented to  accept press telegrams for Canada and  the United States, not of an urgent  character at half the present rates.  Therefore the rate between 'England  and Canada, would be two pence half  penny, instead of five pence per word  as at present.  Between the United Kindgom and  Australia rtes will be reduced to four  pence half penny, from nine. pence.  The new rates will come in force on  Dec. 15th next.  The Western Union intends instituting a. system of night letters and  week end letters between England and  Canada and the United States for delivery on the morning of the second  day after being handed in, at one-  quarter of the usual rates. A minimum charge of -six shillings would be  accepted on Saturday for delivery on  Tuesday morning at one-fifth the present rate.  GENERAL NEWS  Desertions from the Rainbow result  with every call the boat makes at  Vancouver.  The new Minister of Interior has inaugurated a vigorous and comprehensive immigration policy.  Vancouver's mayoralty contest continues to be a three-cornered affair.  Labrador fishermen are being  brought west to take the place of  Japanese fishermen on the Pacific  coast. Dr. Grenfel is interesting himself in the movement.  A bill has been introduced into the  U. S. senate to repeal the reciprocity  bill now on tho U. S. statutes.  Winston C Hunch ill sat on our Joe  recently and, wonderful to relate,  fighting Joe didn't sass back.  One death has resulted from a visitation of diphtheria in Oroville.  Westminster had a double hanging  last week. One of the subjects was  Johes the wife murderer and the other-  was a Jap.  Mabel P. French, the New Brunswick lady barrister, who was prevented from practising in British Columbia, has appealed against the decision.  write letters to their  home papers in the. British Isles giving their experience in Canada and the  success which they had met.  Bonar Law says Unionists will fight  home rule to the last ditch.  A deceased Calgary Judge has left  $250 to his widow and an annuity of  $1000, while to his grandson is left  .$300,000.  Vancouver is over-run with criminals from across the line. The local  crop was considered ample without  the foreign influx.  The   new   government  for   Prince-  Edward Island has been formed.  The British authorities have arrested a German at Portsmouth suspected  of being a spy.  The new Federal government has  healed the defect in the G. T. I\  charter which was about to lapse because of neglect of the officials. The  necessary extensions have been given  to permit the  completion of the road.  WHITNEY'S BIG MAJORITY  Ontario   Returns    Government   With   a  Majority of Sixty  The Ontario elections held on Monday 11th inst., resulted, as expected.  in a renewed expression of confidence  in the Whitney administration which  has given Ontario a. progressive gov-  orninent for the past seven years.  The majority of GO in a house of 10(i  is almost too large. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE   DEC 14,   1911,  ieatei- m%%  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  sailed on Thursdays, by the Hl'm.KY Gazi*ttu  PlilXTlNU ANDI'UHUSHING CoMl'A.VV,  Li.MiTHD.   at. lied lev.  H. <-'���������  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Vein-...'..'  .$2.00  "   (I-iiited States). .....:...:.. -.'.50  Advertising Rates  Measurement, I-'lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������C'ertiIleates'of improvement, etc.  S7.IMI for <;0-day notices, and ������.5.00 for M-day  notices.'  Changes for contract advertisements should  be iu the otlice by noon tin Tuesday to secure  ttention for that week's issue.  Advertisements will lie changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oi'tener than once a month  he  price of composition  will be charged at  regular mtos.  A. ftlEGRAYV, Managing Editor.  sinstn here where it is said to have  been tried. This class of co-operation-  ist is most concerned about what elfecc  organic   'union -'of   the   three " hodies  regulations  into force the" dumping  ���������.iticl other clauses"of the Customs Act  relating to the importation of lumber.  Like .many other  too.precocious  kids  might. have upon   Diana-of the Ephe-, lie let out too much- and when coiner-  siaiis.'    Some of  the earlier attempts  ed  bv   members   on   the   miiiistei-ial  at, co-operation in   this   valley, called i benches, had to admit that the custom  for a   bia.hd  of  diplomacy altogether ' in   the   past.bad   been to   wink   at in-  Full "Moon  (i  Last quar.  1911  DEC  New "Moon  20  First quar.  1911  Sun. Won. Tues. Wed. Thii. Fri. Sat  2  l.  10  17  24  31  ���������I  11  IS.  12  19  20  (i  7  .8  9  13  14-  15  10  20  21  22  23  27  2S  29  30  CHURCH UNION  The question of organic union of the  Presbyterian. M'ethodistaiid .Congregational bodies in Canada is now .'more  actively before the people than ever  before. Heretofore it has only been  dealt with by the higher church courts  but now it has come to a vote of the  people 'on.the basis/agreed to by the  original commission appointed by the  various bodies to draft a common basis  of union.  Preparatory to taking the vote of  Presbytetians in Hedley on the question Rev. A. Ii. Cameron on Sunday  night last read arguments both pro  and con in order that all should have  an   intelligent   view   of   the   question  too" much akin to the qualifications  prized by the gipsy, horse trader which  depended largely for success upon the  inability of the other fellow to recognize a spavin or a wind gall. On the  other hand organic union would do  much t" end that sort of farce.  As for sectarian division "emulating  to good works"  as these people are so  fond of talking about,  one has only to  look about to see the artifices resorted  to by so-called church popple   to raise  the wind and entice the threat unwashed  to put  up, under the  pretext   of  amusement,   what they are too stingy  to put tip themselves.     When some of  these artifices are  even   forbidden by  the  criminal  code of  the  kind, these  amateur ecclesiastical financiers might  as  well  introduce prize  fighting and  cock-chafing when they are at it.   But  if  union is strength  it is   hoped that  organic union   would make professing  christians   strong   enough  financially  to pay   their own way and preserve,  their dignity  and self-respect  by refraining from  questionable means of  raising funds to  discharge their obligations,  for these nefarious practices  on behalf of the church are in a great  measure    responsible    for   the   wide  spread of infidelity to-day."  factions of the law in the matter of  lumber'exported into the Canadian  northwest,' and that the Canadian  Minister of Customs had knowingly  assented to this wholesale violation of  the law. A Canadian minister standing in with smugglers and backed up  in the connivance by. ihe member for.  Moost-jaw aiui other supporters, is a  pitiable spectacle indeed. Knowles'  other statements reflecting upon British Columbia lumbermen have also  been challenged and he is up against a  ,$30,000 forfeit put up by one of the  .lumbermen to make good his statements or acknowledge that he is a  falsifier.  A GOOD IDEA  It's a'.good idea to have some money where  you  can get itif you need it.    A-Savings .  Account in ������.''���������'���������.'������������������''  Tie Bank of British North ImerM  can  be drawn  at any time and, until it is  wanted,  interest is  added   twice a year. .  ,   Sums of' $1.00 and upwards received.  75 Years in Bushiest Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  Hedley  Branch,  H. A Hincks, Manager  THE   OPEN DOOR  METEOROLOGICAL.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  ������������������������������������When thugs like, the McNamaras  inakea killing it all comes in the way  of business to Clarence "Dai-row who  was paid $170,000 for conducting the  defence. How many of those who  were taxed to get. this sum together  are satisfied that his services to labor-  in that instance was worth quite that  much money ?  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Dec. 9,   1911:  AT THE 3UN1S.      .  , Maximum        Minimum  Dec   3 . SI 25  4 .. 33       .. 20  5 .. 35 .. 15  (5 .. 30 .. IS  7. .. 31 .. 20  S .. 32 .. 19  9           ..         31        ,.             16  Average maximum, temperature 32.71  Average, minimum do        19.  Mean temperature 25.S5  Rainfall for the week   0.00 inches.  Snowfall       "       " 5.  ��������� .-coRKKSro.vnr.vG wekic 01- last veak  Highest-maximum temperature 30.  To Our Line of Groceries swings on a  different Grade than others  For  Instance  Our TEAS and COFFEES are of the  Best Blend.    Our JAMS and our PEEL  - are of the Best Quality  Average maximum  Lowest minimum  Average mini m 11111  Mean  Dec  A.  French   literary    man,  M. Leon  which  they were  voting.    The   Bazalgutle,   known in  France for his  upon  case for the union was made out by  Prof. Ramsay and that against by  Rev. H. G. McBeth a western man,  who may certainly speak for himself  but hi; has no right, to declare as he  did that his views fin the subject are  the views of the west. On the other  hand so fair was Prof. .Ramsay in put-  tiny forward Liu- objections of his opponents that some even got the mistaken idea that he was opposed bo  organic union.  The carping spirit displayed by McBeth   in   which   he.   sees   a  grievance  against the editor of the Presbyterian  for  advocating union   in the editorial  columns of the paper, and against the  special committee for nntdoiiig things  just to suit his inclinations, shows the  partisan   spirit with   which he i.s actuated; and   somti of his arguments  are  far fetched and   need only be followed  out to their logical conclusion to show  the  difficulties  into  which   they will  land him.     For instance he argues for  sectarian  divisions as against organic  union by   saying: "separations rather  than   unions have been  accompanied  by religious  revival" and to  back this  up,  points  to   the   movement   under  John   Wesley and  the breaking away  of  the   free  church  under  Chalmers.  Why  then does  he not go in  for dissolving the Presbyterian union of 1875  and the Methodist union  of the early  SO'.-,?  But the cause of union at the present time has perhaps, less to f?ar from  ���������open opposition like that of Rev. 11.  '(���������{. McBeth than it has from those professing to be supporters but damning  with faint praise and expressing  doubts as to the outcome. Then there  is the red herring of federation and  the squaw-fish of co-operation. The  latter as demonstrated by past experience in the Siinilkauieen where the  attitude of co-operationists may be  best defined as talking unity and concord and keeping the club of sectarian  organization concealed underneath the  coat-tails, will nob arouse much enthu-  translalioiis of "Walt Whitman's works  is bewailing the bigotry* of Canada because he has been told that the works,  of Rabelais, Boccacio. Fielding's Tom  Jones and Whiteinan's "Leaves of  Grass" had been burnt in the public  square in Toronto. We hope the day  is at least two hundred and fifty years  away from the present, and that'the  interval lies behind and not before,  when Canada will be guilty of any  such bigotry as that bewailed by 31'ons  Bazalgette.  A perusal of the personnel of the  standing committees of the Federal  parliament will reveal another pronounced compliment, to - British Columbia in that of the eleven committees the chairmanship of two of them  has come to British Columbia, for- A.  S. Goodeve is chairman of the committee on Mines and .T. D.Taylor of  the committee on Debates. Unlike  the case of choosing a cabinet where  each province, if its representation be  be sufficiently large, is entitled to a  cabinet seat, no such restrictions are  ever- thought of in the case of the  chairmanship of a standing committee! of the House, and ability and special fitness is the one determining feature. It is decidedly complimentary to  British Columbia and to the constituencies of Kootenay and New Westminster that Messrs. Goodeve and  Taylor have been singled out for these  honors.  do  do  do  do  AT THE MILL.,  Maximum  30 '.'.  38  30  38  38  35  Average maximum temperature 33.85  Average minimum do 24.28  Mean do 29.06  Rainfall for the week 0.07 inches  Snowfall       "       "      2.3  coinsKsroxniXG wekic ok last vkar  Highest maximum temperature 52  Average do do 44.42  Lowest minimum do IS  Average do do 27.71  Mean ' do 3G.00  3  4  5  6  7  S  9  27;  10.  14.  20.50  Minimum  17  IS  24  25     '  27  29  30  DON'T  FORGET  OUR MEATS  We have just received a Fresh Shipment  of Hams and Bacon  Schubert's Supply Stores  Hedley and Tulameen  ��������� A BOUNTIFUL SUPPLY ||  THE  NEW  ���������  OF  ���������  EAT  tGOOD THINGS TO  always helps to make the  I XMAS SEASON  HOTEL  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Sverytliing  New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  ���������Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  A Happy and Enjoyable Time  for Old and Young  The best place  to get these Good Things  is at  SHATFOKDS  The member for Moosejaw has revealed a peculiar brand ot political  morality that places the late government in ;t rather unenviable light and  shows them to have been conniving  with smuggling to an enormous extent. The man from Moosejaw was  dealing with an imaginary lumber  combine that he said was unduly oppressing the farmers of the west, and  the immediate grievance which he  had to air was that the new controller  of customs was too rigorously putting  PfUf\6&  Livem, Feed & Sale Stables  HKDLEY   B. C.  11 A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   II Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Gompamj.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon.   II        INNIS  BROS. Proprietors.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  Xiav Yoiuc Fractional Mineral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Vale  District,   Wliero located: Camp Hedley  Take Notice that I, Ainsloy Megraw, F.M.C.  No. 40542]', agent for the Hedley Gold Mining  Company Limited, Free Miner's CcrtilicatoNo.  U22100, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Kccordcr for a Certillcate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant to the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under-  section 37, must be commenced before the issu-  nhce of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this ISth day of November, 1911   KMO  ���������  ���������  X  ^ We have prepared for your wants with an excel-  X      lent assortment of Fruits and Confectionery  ���������v  T Including  Oranges,  Lemons, Apples, Bananas,  + Grapes, Cranberries,   Cocoanuts, Celery, Lettuce, Nuts  ^ and a fine assortment of Choice Candies.  ���������  ���������   ^ A new  supply of  Raisins,  Sultanas,   Currants,  ������ Figs, Bates and Peels just in; nice, fresh and clean.  tShatfords, Ltd.  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO.  PRINCETON, B. C  Make the  NOTED HOP GOLD BEER  THEIR NOTED HALF AND HALF  (HALF STOUT AND POltTKU)  is a Winner. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,    DEC 14,    1911.  Town and District.  Rev. A. H. Cameron went to Princeton on Monday where he had a marriage ceremony to perform.  ���������     The Winkler barbershop has changed hands.    The purchaser is .Ray Hill  iard, a barber who  came in  from tho  Pelouse country last week.  '���������'". Everything is in readiness for the  Wood moil's dance to-morrow (Friday)  evening in Fraternity hall. Music is  being procured from Princeton and no  pains are being spared to make the  occasion a success.  Frederick M. Wells, manager of the  Surf Inlet Gold Mines, left ���������Vancouver  for Princess Royal Island with a number of miners, in addition to the gangs  already at work. Mr. AVells took up  twelve tons of supplies and will now  commence actual work of developing  the mines at once. A mill is to be installed and a power plant put up in  summer. c  The Freemasons of Hedley, will  hold the usual St. Johns Day church  service when Rev.- A. I-I. Cameron,  the chaplain of Hedley lodge will  preach on Sunday evening, Dec. 21,  that being his regular Sunday for ser-  . vice in Hedley and being also the  nearest to the anniversary of St. John  the evangelist on December 27th. So  far as known at present the service  will be held in the church.  Tommy Sing Lung, the enterprising  oriental silk merchant, of Keremeos.  was in town last week attending to  .some local business before leaving this  week for Vancouver on his way to  China. His store in Keremeos will be  looked after in his absence by his boy.  Tommy is making for Canton. "Halo  fighting there," he says.  The Kettle Valley Ry. deny that  they are asking extension of time to  build their main line and that the  municipal council of Penticton showed  needless alarm and read into a simple  and necessary advertisement a meaning that was not there and was never  intended. The extension they ask is  explained to refer only to branch lines  which they have power and want to  build after their''main line is completed.  The 'days will not get any shorter' in  the evenings than they are at present  time, but they will still keep shorten,  ing up in the'mornings for a couple of  weeks yet, during which time five  more minutes of daylight will be lost  in the mornings. By that time we  shall have gained back the five minutes through lengthening out of the  daylight, in the evening; so .from now  oh'we can hug ourselves with the assurance that we will be holding our  own for the next two weeks and after  that we will begin to back "old father  time" up against the wall again.  It is generally conceded that in point  of the 'amount of freight shipped and  received by. the Great Northern, Hedley, has exceeded that of any other  town between Midway and Coalm'ont  and yet it is the only one of the lot  which has been given the go-by, so far-  as being a terminal point for traffic is  concerned. Altogether it has been  a kind of a rotten hand-out that has  come our way, but no one would have  minded that so much if the road.had  been pushed along coastward in'any  kind of reasonable time since commencement was made this side of  Midway over six years ago.  The new ore discovery under the  bunk-house, made up at the Nickel  Plate several weeks ago, continues to  open up in good shape and hold the  grade of value. So far as yet shown  it appears to be a separate and distinct ore body and bids fair to add  very materially to the quantity of ore  in sight. The lower workings of the  Nickel Plate with the latest finds in  thai part of the mine are also doing  their share to make present conditions  particularly rosy. The new policy of  keeping development well ahead of  the extraction is proving a most satisfactory one for British Columbia's  great lode mine at Hedley.  Jimmy Riordan came up from Olalla  on Monday to have part of the little  finger on the left hand taken oil. lie  had it hurt a few years ago and the injury interfered with the circulation.  Then during the recent zero snap  when the mercury ��������� was at 25 below  zero up at the Nickel Plate and found  Jimmy still in his cabin on Riordan .  Mountain, he bundled up his blankets  and hiked for- lower levels with  the  ���������result that the game finger was fi-ozen  and amputation .������������������became--, necessary:  Jimmy dispensed with the use of an  anassthctic for the operation, bill has  decided to remain around the hospital  for a. day or two for a few dicssings  before going back to Olalla.   ,  There is much speculation -;; these  days as to the probable train schedule  to Coalinoi't. The one, thing that all  are wanting to see i.s the cutting out  of the layover ,at Oroville, but parties  interested iir keeping the schedule, as  itis are perliaps too strongly entrench  ed to be made to 'loosen up.' Last week  we had a demonstration of what the  railway can do when the belated train  came through from Oroville in only a  few minutes over two hours where the  present snail schedule gives three and  a half hours for it and they often take  over five. The main thing wanted i.s  to run the Spokane train through in  the one day and thus give us our  eoa&t mail over fourteen hours earlier  than we are getting it at present.    As  the.new arrangement (whatever it is  to be) is aliiiostcertain to go into effect  with the he-ginning of the year there  will not be" long to wait to see what  we will see. ,.. ,  The local tally of'slaughtered deer is  every week mounting" up and last  week added considerable to the sniii  total' One party says that bo knows  of -18 having been killed by Hedley  hunters-'', this year. At Princeton it is  said that the slaughter.' has been three  times as great as at Hedley, for- here  most of the.men who hunt are holding  down steady jobs andean only get off  occasionally for a day at a time. If  thereWas another year or two like the  present it would certainly thin out the  herd. In fact it is very apparent that  the open season for- deer is much too  long and should end a month or at  least three weeks sooner than it does.  In some of the older provinces back  east'the season is only 15 days. In the  past three weeks some of the bucks  killed  were  unfit for  use. and  if the  season were made that much shorter  those would have been saved. If they  want to keep the open season the full  three and a. half months long, it-would-  be better to open the season about the  tenth of August aiid end it on Noveiiir  ber 20th,, although from Sept. 1st to  Nov. 20th should be ample.  NOTICE  SIMJLICAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  UISTIilCT. Ol-'  VAI.I- .  'TAKE NOTICK that Emile Jensen, of Glen  x Valley, New Westminster District. B. C.  occupation luii-mer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  'land.     -���������'.'. -   , . /' ���������  ���������.iCoiiiiiicnchiir'tit a post planted (northwest  corner) aboat six chains distant and in u northerly -direction from the Ashnola*River and  about seventeen miles from its mouth thence  east 00 chains, thence south 'Hi chain.-., thence  -wcwt'iu chain.--, thence north -JO chains to point  of commencement, containing- VM acres moro  or less  EM ILK JEXSKX  II. C. N. Etcher, agent.  1G-10 '  October 17th, liill  WHEN* WRITING ADVKIlTJSEltS  PLEASE  MEXTIOX   THIS PAPER  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP HEDLEY  WATCH IT GROW  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months   ,  .  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  HEDLEY, B.C.  ���������  X  ���������  ���������  a.  ������������������  ���������  ���������  X  ���������  R I C H  RESOURCES  AST  ETON  The New City with the Payroll  gives you the opportunity for one of the  SOUNDEST  INVESTMENTS  in British Columbia.  City Lots  are being offered for Sale for the first  time.    It is inevitable that the value of these lots will Greatly Increase.  Here are some of the reasons.  East Princeton is surrounded by huge deposits of coal,  cement, copper, gold, and other important minerals.  The British Columbia Portland Cement Co. i.s erecting  a half a million dollar plant which will employ between 300  and 400 men.  The United Empire Co. is shipping a lignite coal of the  best quality and is developing immense copper deposits, requiring large reduction works and several hundred employees.  The Princeton Coal and Land Co.  is increasing its daily  shipments to 300 tons of coal, providing employment to  about .150 men. Other coal companies are spending over  ������������������{52,000,000 in development, and will jrive work to at least  .1000 men.  For transportation, East Princeton will have, in the near  future, the Great Northern and the Kettle Valley lines, both  of which, will pass through the townsite.  East Princeton is beautifully situated on the Similkameen river, with an abundance of water power available. The  new city has every factor for growth into a big industrial  centre.    It presents a rare opportunity for investment.  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Get Full Particulars immediately  D. G. McCurdy, R. E. Ward,  Princeton, B. C. Pacific Blk., Vancouver, B. C. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. DEC 11,1911.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen-��������� Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  What's  Train on   tinu.' both  the matter?   -  WHVS.  Tommy  Partington,   of   Penticton,  Cfinii! over, last Thursday   to note progress.  Father Franklin passed through on  his way to Princeton on Wednesday  of last week.  Arthur Mattice went down to Oroville on Monday's train on a visit for a  coiiple of days.  - G. II. -.Miimm, auditor of the Great  Northern Railway paid the local office  an official visit last week.  Mrs. F. H. Parsons and Miss Oliver,  of Olalla,:-went tlircnitrh to Hedley  Saturday to spend the day with Mrs.  McEwen. c  Indian agent Brown came in from  Fairview where he. had to look into  some wafer rights for soino of the  Indians.  H. W. Simpson, of Kaleden, was  here last week after a load of fruit  tree protectors for H. XV.. Corhett of  that place.  On Saturday last A. C. Stewart- and  .1. .Williamson, in Welby's car passed  through to inspect some claims on  Shuswap Creek.  Mrs, Smith, of Hedlev, and her  daughters, Marjory, and Gertrude,  were guests of Mrs. .')'.' A. Brown for a  few days last week.  AY. J. Budd, manager- of the B. C,  Portland; Cement Co., of Princeton,  drove over from Penticton Friday and  went on to Princeton next day.  You Buy Right if You Buy at  x  x  X  ������  I  X  X  THE    BIO    STORE  Ladies' Sweater Coats    Ladies' Woollen Caps  Ladies'Woollen Underwear  x  x  X  X  X  ���������x  t  X  n  i  HOLIDAY GOODS  The Bargain Table is full of Kitchen Utensils  Men's Sweater Coats       Men's Woolen Shirts  Men's Woollen Underwear Men's Woollen Sox  A Full Line of the Best Quality Groceries  always.on hand.  x  X  1  i  x  8  !������������������  s  F\ J.  SAUVE  1  The Hargreaves boys report the  stealing of many things out of their  cabin up the Ashnola, including blankets, clothes and grub. It's hard to  believe that men who do prospecting  and trapping and. know the sacredness  of a cache would thus violate it. But  litany rate the goods went, and it  wasn't a bush rat either. ���������  Wis regret to report the death of  Mrs. Wags tuff, mother of 3Irs. M.  C, Sinclair of the lower valley which  occurred at Penticton on Sunday.  W. '.I. Armstrong and Bruce Cousins  of Shingle Creek went through into  the lower valley last Thursday to do  some work on their mineral claims.  At the residence of A. E. Irwin,  Princeton, H. Dunne and Adyle Dil-  lard, of Washington state, were united in marriage by Rev. A.H. Cameron.  The Sunday school combined with  the day school will give a Christmas  tree entertainment in the Town Hall  on the 22nd of this month. Admission  25 cents.  Young and Jensen are pushing along  with the ditch contract and every-  evei-ything is going along splendidly.  Dune. Campbell has the headgute  pretty well in hand.  There was a christening at the home  of D. .1. Innis on Sunday last when  Rev Dr. White baptized their.youngest son, aged six months, who was  given the name of Douglas Ross.  Frank Crane who recently sold his  ranch in Kelowna came in with his  family by special stage on Saturday.  On Monday they went on to Idaho  where they will make their future  home.  Tommy Sing Lung, the leading  Chinese merchent of the Similkameen  valley left "Wednesday for Hong Kong  to pur-chase merchandise and visit the  old folk- He will return about the  middle of April.  Mr. Gibbons, of Calgary, is at. present visiting the district with the intention of investing. After spending  a few more days here he will return  to Calgary and enter 'hi- employ of  Lawrence & McDonald.  Instructions in the art of apple packing will again be given in Keremeos,  to begin early in March next. Any  ranchers or their sons or daughters  who wish to take lessons und'-r the  supervision of an expert packer should  hand in their names to .T. .1. Armstrong. Every orchardist should take  a. keen interest in learning the different styles of packing.  Richard and. .Tames Brown, of  Claresholin, Alta, paid this part of the  valley a. visit last week. R. Brown  purchased a ten acre lot of R. Elm-  hirst and some acreage in division -158  across tho river. He wanted to stay  longer with us but had to hurry back  to Victoria where he has a sick daughter whom he is taking to California  for the winter, in hopes that the climate there may benefit her.  F. R. Hedges and J. Ka/.da who arc  trapping up the Ashnola came in for  supplies on Monday. They report  that although trapping was poor in  the early part ot the season it is much  better now. They have got a few beaver, one linx. two mink and a. cougar  which measured seven feet. Cougars  are very numerous and there are. indications that they make away with a  lot of beaver and deer. This cougar  was shot near shorty Dunn's cabin  and after it was hit it made a desperate effort to reach Hedges, but fell  dead about 20 feet from the cabin.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  FIRE  INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  'AT IT HERE SIIICE 1900V  .*  OFFICE  KEREMEOS, B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  MRS.   A. F. KIRBY,   Proprietress.  Geo. S. Lawrence, of Calgary, with  his wife and son, Clifford, are guests  at the Central hotel. Mr. Lawrence's  health has not been good lately and  he will stay a few weeks to recuperate  in the climate of the Similkameen.  Dr. White, superintendent of Metho  dist missions came in on "Wednesday  of last week and went on to Hedley  and Princeton, returning on Saturday  and preaching, two able sermons in  the   Presbyterian   church on   Sunday.  .10. A. Hargreaves returned from  Stc-tlor, Alberta, and will now stay at  his home hero until after the Christinas holidays, Some farmers on the  pr-'air-ies, he says, have had very good  luck this, year and with others it has  been the. reverse.  Joe Mat-sell who has built a line two  storey house on his ranch, gave a  house-warming last Friday. About  thirty guests attended, all merry and  bright and they "tripped the light  fantastic" until it was either- time to  go to bed or get up.  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOflMY SING, Keremeos  NOTICE  SUriLKA.MEEX LAND DISTRICT  llISTKICT Oh' VALK.  TAKE notice thnt I, Williiin Charles Lynll.  *- of Hedley, merchant, intends, to apply  for permission to purchase the following described hinds  Commencing at a post planted at northwest-  corner of Lot I!I72. situate on the .Similkameen  river, theneo south 20 chains thence west 20  chains, thence north 20 chains, thence east 20  chains to pointof commencement, 'containing*  ���������1  acres more or less.  WILLIAM CHARLES LVALL  "Vloi-tiner J. Costello, Agent'.  Xovember ISth. I'M I fS-10  TRY THE  Hedley   Gazette  FOR  Fine Job Printing  70UW0RK;  MflKEYOURNONEl  WORKTOO^  WITH US THEY VWU-- WRI1/  4Z INTEREST WHICH  WECREPITMOnTHCy :l  VJnPMOnE^ISRETURPl'1  /IBLE on PEMflnP  AS QUICKLY AS THEl-MllS  C/Hi G/WRY IT.  PEOPLE JUST/15 CAREFUL  MP CAUTIOUS/IS  WUCuWBE,  rfREWELi' PLEASED;  m THORDUGHLy  SATISFIED,  WITH THE VMyifiWHKIl  our Business is  TMttSACKD-rl BlSlDESS  MrtNIGG!) BY PEOPLE OP  MilTOREPEXPERIEflCE  MimxnmGfiim,  fl P03T/IL,6IVIMG  youR Mr-ie */������ppress\  WIUrPROWTtfBRIIWyOU,  PU14- IMFORM/rriOtt.  wetom  SHOULPyOUIMVErtny  FINrlMGML BUSINESS 111  VANCOUVER ������--viciriiT>;  RENTS TO COfcEGT,  /-IGREEMENTSFORS/ILEo--  MOHTGuGESTOEOMPrER  AM COli-EGT,  FiREirtitJRfiriGErOPIdGE  LETUSATTEMPTOIT.  WE /IRE PLEASING  OTHERS WE Wlli*BE SURE  TO PLEASE YOU.  rlnjCelTD.  321 fombie Stmt,  ^Vancouver B.Ca  sing LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  K'KKISMKOK, B.C.  Kcrcmcos-Pciilicton Mail Staec.  A lirst-class new auto has been lidded to XV. E. Welby's stage, and Livery  business ;il Penticton and a thoroughly competent driver luis been engaged  to run the cm-.  Plume 11 VV. E. Wki.I'v  When   writing   Adversers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  t  See Our Line of Holiday Goods before you purchase. Our Goods are the best that money  can buy and will guarantee satisfaction or  money back.  Beautiful Hand Decorated China  Silk Scarfs and Knit Ties  Ladies'Japanese Silk Kimonas  Silk Muftlers and Toys of all Kinds  Our  line of Candies, Nuts,  Dates  and  Figs are  fresh.    Another car of Five Koses  Flour due to arrive  FRANK  RICHTER &:  CO.  ������&  FIGURE OUT  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be wofthin a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  REmEMBER  We  otter no  land but what has  the  water al-  . ready on it  Fruit Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B..C.  9  ���������'���������!  *  ���������-���������:,  ��������� *'  #  THE   RIVERSIDE   NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.   Comprising ioo Acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in British Columbia.    All stock wintered in our cellars and no daniger of baring winter killed trees.  Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Orchards.  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE!  "-*f  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  ItEAL ESTATE JUNES  Agent for:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Keremeos. B. C.  PentiGton-Kereiiieos  AUTO STAGE  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  lions Mineral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos  Mining Division of Yale district. Where  located:   On Sixteen Mile, Camp Hedley.  TAKK NOTICE that 1. Aiusley Mcgruw,  I-'. M. C. Xo. I0.')|-"H agent for John McLean, F.  M. C. 4(ir>.|.'U). and Joseph Kotherham, F. M. C.  No. .I05I8H, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certillcate of linprovrinent. for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grunt of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section H7, must be commenced before the  issuance of sqch Certificate of   Improvements.  Dated this third day of November. A.D.. liltl  Makes  the round   trip between  Keremeos and Penticton  everyday and  Meets All Trains & Boats  Close Connections and  Affording Rapid Transit  Making  NOTICE  "YTOTK E is hereby given that an application  ���������^    will be made to the  Legislative Assembly  of the Province of British Columbia.at its next  session, for an act to encorporate a company to  be called Lake Shore Telephone Company for  constructing, equipping, maintaining andoper- j  uting a telephone system within and throughout the Okanagnn, S'ale,  Kuinloops and Shhil- I  kameen Electoral Districts,  in the Province of  Uritisb Columbia, and for that purpose to construct,  erect and  maintain  poles,  wires  and j  other  works and devices us may bo necessary j  for making, completing, operating and niiiin- !  lainiug communication   by   telephone  within i  and throughout the said Electoral Districts to  enter upon, open and break  up high-ways and  streets  within and throughout the said Flec-  t.oral Districts:  to acquire, hold,   lease and dispose of land:  to purchase or lease any other  telephone system or part   thereof: to connect,  with other telephone lines and systems: to sell  or lease the Company's system or  any   part  thereof or to amalgamate with any other line  or system operating  within the   I'lovinec and  all such  othei   powers  and  privileges as are  usual or incidental  to all or any of "the a foresaid purposes.  Vernon. II. C. Nov. I'lt-h, I'll I.  IULLIXGS & COCHRANE  Solicitors for Applicant  No Driver allowed to handle  car who does not thoroughly  understand his car and must  exercise greatest care at all  times.  Fare $6.00.   Return $10.00  S. M. STUDEBAKER  NOTICE  SUBSCRIBE  FOR TIIE   GAZETTE  Certificate of Improvements  ('i-acki'u-.I.u**-. C'anno.s'-Bai.i. and Wki.linu-  to.v Alinci-ai Claims, situate in the Osoyoos  Alining Division of  Yale District.    Where  located: Cump Hedley  Take notice that I. Frank Bailey. Free Minors  ('ertilieato No. ir>!IOill?, for myself and agent for  John  (Madden,  el,al,  intend  sixty days from  date  hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder  for a ('(���������rtiliciitoof Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a. Crown Grant to the above  claims.  And further take notice that action under  Section 117 must be commenced before the issue  of such Certillcate of Improvement.-*.  FRANK BAILEY  September-, idth, I'll I -10-10


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