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Array t--.it':-  :{   -    DEC JL 3. 19'15       I  A_ vSL^SL Ub*rafri������������  wgulative Aisembljr   mat li  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  VOLUMU  XI.  NUMBER>7. \\ ^  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY! DECEMBER 0, 1915.  ^&>    $2.00, In Advance  s+*\f**\rs\+r*\*s*  JflS. GLftRKE  lA/ettcl'imEi.'ft.er  ,    , HEDLEY.B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  ;.N. TnoMPS n r   phone skvmour 3013  MGIt. WESTliRN CANADA  /Cammell Laird 8c Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  i '��������� '   ���������' ' . Sheffield, Eng.   ,  i   Offices and Warehouse 817-63 Bcatty Street  -,- Vancouver, B. C.   ,  A.  F.  &  A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. F. &, A. M.,  are held on the second' Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  ��������� brethren are cordially invited to attend:,  &Q  y   MINING NOTES     J  It isanticipatod^that deals pending  for'the transfer of the Granite King  and Gra'y,Eagle properties, adjoining  the Flint mine, in the F,lint basin of  the South Fork of Kaslo Creek will be  closed up the latter part of this week.  ���������Kootenaian. '  British Artillery  Does Splendid  fork  A. CREELMAN,  W. M  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  ���������   *-'   L.'O. L.  ��������� , i Tho Regular meetings, of  Hedley Lodge 1711'are held on  the first,and third Monday "in  bvery month in the Orange Hall  'Ladies meet 2nd and! Mondays  Visiting brethcrn are cordially invited  A. J. KING, W. M  '   C. P. DALTON. Sec't.    ���������  Tho Standard mine put on a number  of extra men last week and is running  three shifts stoping ore. Ttiis 'will  probably be continued so long as the  metal market remains strong, Standard stock is going up in price reaching  $1.62 this week.���������Slocan Record.   -  The following letter j.'rom PrivateXV.  R. Hope   was kindly iloaned us   by a  British Columbia's  Gift For Red Cross  Gazette reader  R.  F*.  BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel, No. 27  PENTICTON,    t  P. O. Dkawek 1(50  B.  C.  P. W. GREGORY  r    CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR* ���������,'  Star Building       -      -Princeton ;  J. P. Keane. who is operating the'  concentrator- at Rosebery, and is at  present engaged in milling the LucKy  Jim ore exclusively,' spent Tuesday  night in toivn. The mill is now putting through sixty tons of rock per  day. he stated, and can handle more  as the output of the mine is increased.  who does not wish   to  appear in print, ,J  It tells of   the approach   of winter,  condition' of  trenches,   etc.   and   we  tiust our readers will hot overlook the  appeal in the last sentence.  -  v   .        15th Can.Bati"'. C. E. F.  , ; '1 Co 4 Platoon',  BelgiMii), Nov. 12 1915  Dear : J  I had received you'-- last letter but  was sure that I had answered it but <is  conveniences here, for keeping track  of correspondence/a i(i rather rotten, I*  may have been mistaken, but this  time I   am writing   at once   to make  lA/alterClayton  - - ��������� j^^iy-fff/^iic'ftA'.^io'fe*'1'-'-1 -* *  ,    MONEY TO  LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  ��������� The Kaslo Kootenaian contains the  following:*���������A. G. Larson came down  from the Lucky Jim on Tuesday  evening. Mr. Larson reports - everything as going favorably around the  big zinc mine, a ciew of about a dozen  men being engaged in stoping -and  keeping up an output of some sixty  tons per day. Lasts week's shipments  from the 'concentrator at Rosebery  a'mouted to' three cars of zinc concen-  trates. The concentrates are sent to  Kansas for smelting.  Mil Opera * House  ���������  fl. I. JONES, Manager   <  i ������������������ ��������� -  A large,  commodious .��������� hall for  dances or other entertainment.  .GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  ' ' Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate -.  ...        >      .  First Class Accommodation..,   -    -  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor .  Canadian financiers are beginning to  realize as nexer.beforethe value of-tl'e  mineral induijitryto the country.'. The,  shares'of the Consolidated Mining and  Smelting Company,   Ltd.   (operating  the Le Roi and Centre Star   Mines   at  Rossland, the Sullivan and St. Eugene  in'East Kootenay; the No. 1 and other  smaller properties   at   Aisworth,   and  and the   smelter ,.at Trail),   are now  regarded as   one of the   best   investments   in   Canada,    cammanding     a  premium of about 40   per   cent.*   The  shares of other mining companies   are  bound to follow suit.���������Mining, Engin-  eering and Electrical 'Record.  ^^^-������'^'a'4'^^'^1������^'M'l������^'aart^'i������S������is'i������"JS'i������'iei������'  X 9  I Grand Union |  I Hotel  x.  I  HEQLEY, ..British Columbia  Rates���������JiJso a Day and Up  X First-Class Accommodation.  J������ Bar Stocked with Best Brands  $  X of Liquor and Cigars             5  *? X  5 _ x  I  ~ ~ %  | A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor   *  ������ -  -  tcag-nigtesta^KitstststitKttaeat'fcigtinitaeieat  Mr. C. L. Copp, manager of the  Pioneer mine at Bridge River, Lillooet.  district left "Vahcover recently with  two carloads of machinery for installation on the property. Developments  have been such as to justify expenditure of $30,000 this year.- A sawmill  wa's erected in August and sufficient  lunber has been tut for the building of  a 150^-horse power hydraulic/, plant, a  30 stamp mill, a 12x12 compressor  plant and the hoisting . and- electric  system. Mr. Copp expects to have  the'plant ready for operation in sixty  days from the date of his arrival at  the mine.���������Victorian.  sure. - y  I am very pleased,to be able to tell  yon the rumors about my being paralyzed and aeaf are wrong. I had quite  a lot of trouble with my ears for some  time hut they were .alright again before I left England ,.ahd I am now enjoying the best of "health. The' wet  weather has now set 'in however, so  conditions are none too pleasant as the  trenches are in pretty bad shape. Yes  we used to have some pretty ��������� good  times back behind the trenches with  real concerts, ball, games, -.etc., But  now the weather '..does not pet-nut'  those and it generally -keeps us' busy  getting our stuff dried up and cleaned  up while out.  Lately we have notlieen doing much  .real fighting, merely-jiolding our line  of trenches."     ������������������     -< ,-..     .      ^  From' where we are no'w w,e ��������� get a-  good view of the German lines its they  are on a hillside, and get great satisfaction'out of watching oiir -artillery  doing the work and believe me when  they turne,d loose on the German lines  .the other night, just at dusk, we could  see most every shell doits work. It is  a prcture one cannot forget and lam  sure the Gel-mans won't either- From  our own line we can feel the ground  shake as our shells burst-;- so you can  guess how it must feel when ,they are  bursting right around'on'e.'���������  Well I.hear the orderly Sergeant  shouting ''mail" so must close to have  this go today. Harry Etches joins me  in sending his best regards. Letters  from friends always thankfully received.  Yours Sincerely,  W. R. Hope  No. 77720  7    ��������� ' ���������   ������������������'-.    '-v.- "������������������', -  In  the response to the appeal of Lord  Lansdowne, the President of the   British Red Cross Society,   through   His  Honour the "Lieutenant-Governor-, that  collections should be taken throughout  the British Empire on the 21st day on-  October last in the aid of thc wounded  soldiers, over $9.300,h;is been subscribed by British Columbia.    Only a few  point throughout the province  failed,  to acknowledge in  any   way   the   de-,  in and made, and   it 'is   possible   that  some explanation or reply may yet be  forthcoming.    If any   collection's   are  still unreported, His Honour would.be  glad for remittances to be made to hiun  as soon as possible, as it is desired that  the amount    be   forwarded.- to   Lord  Lansdowne at as early a date   as possible.  * ��������� - ..    '   .  7 05  35 00  87 25  15 00  160 00  HEDLEY MEAT  MARKET  BIB  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  hand. Fresh Fish on  sale *. every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMOND, Prop.  xS  December Rod and Gun,   published  byW. J. Taylor, Limited, Woodstock,  Ont. is on the news-stands  and is   replete    with     interesting     stories    of  outdoor life, besides the usual   departments devoted to Guns and   Ammunition, Fishing Notes,  etc.,   etc.   which  are   well   maintained.    Some   of   the  stories noted are The Hunter's Christmas, Thiee Polarsand a Cree, Hector:  A Story of Dog   Devotion,   Northern  Camping Trails, A Just   Retribution,  Sailor of the Woodlands,   Newfoundland Caribou, Adventures of Nels alias  Olie.   A    new     department     which  promises to be of   special   interest   is  conducted   by   Arthur   Ellison     and  devoted to the intei'ests of dog   lovers  under the caption of The Kennel.  '-The, local   Red   Cross/ fund   is   the  gainer, by $2.50 as a result of the visit  of R. J. Armstrong,   of   Ghopaca,   to  He31y last week.    Mr. Armstrong has  advertised to give one .dollar   towards  the Red Cross fund .for every order he  received   for     pork,     exceeding    i00  pounds.    One half of this amount is to  go to the town in which he,  took   the  order and one'half to   the   Red  Cross  fund   in   Keremeos.    At   the    recent  sale of work  held   at   Keremeos   Mr.  Armstrong donated a pig to thc ladies  which they decided to raffle, and then  he helped in the selling of tickets   for  the raffle.    He sold a number in   Oroville and in fact the pig was   won   by  an Oroville man, J. F. Getsey, but   as  the duty would be a big item   on   the  pig, Mr. Armstrong donated   another  pig which was sold for cash   and   the  proceeds turned over to   Mr.   Getsey.  The ladies realized over $77 net   from  the gift of the pig.   The   Gazette   has  pleasure in handing over   the   cheque  for $2.50 to the Red Cross fund here in  the name of Mr. R. J. Armstrong.  Delta Patriotic Society $ 100- 00  Golden '    45 00  Lillooet (per Lillooet war fund) 172 00  Lillooet- (per W.   Adams   for  school-children")   Langley patriotic fund........  Ladysmith Red Cross Society.  Cumberland   Women's Patrio-  i  tic Society.....'.   Duncan Red Ctoss Society   Port Coquitlam .'       13 00'  Nakusp (Manager Bank of  Commerce)     58 05  Nakusp (children) 7 ..,      2 7(3  Port Simpson, Constable Dean    133 75  Creston (manager of Bank of..  i        '..>',���������-'    -' *   ,   , ���������  ....,      Commerce) ,.:     57. 90  'Ai-iVwlWH'd^'&^'Gros"^ 8o  Smithers Mining Recorder ' 30 00  Ymir Red Cross Society ���������   20 00  Slocan, City Clerk.- :.    17 65  Agassiz, Bank of B.' N. A,     22 25  150-Mile   House,   per Government Agent.:       52 00.  Clinton, Government Agent..     19t 80  Telkwa, per T. J. Thorp -   12G 51  Skeena Crossing \    119 70  Hazelton        52 00'  Pacific . f ., !       11 00  Huntingdon and Suinas  Wo-  /-        men's  Institute   Revelstoke Red Cross Society  Port Essington       i7 50  Revelstoke Women's Canadian  Club.......   ���������   1100  Cran brook   St,   John   Ambulance Association     160 11  Grand Forks   Iiad Cross   Society    Bakerville,' Gold   Commissioner Grain .....   Pitt Meadows (Bank of Hamilton).   Arrowhead .< (from   Ferguson)  Red Cross Society   Windermere    District   Stewart, Mining Recorder Jack  Terrace ������������������.   Quesnal   Coquitlam -.   Nicola     192 25  New Westminstar     273 55  Agassiz -      22 25  Hedley        100 00  Malsqui Women's Institute.. 8 00  Abbotsford       55 00  Duncan  (additional).       14 50  Quesnel School,  Nanainio....      30 00  Canada's Exports  .  Far Above imports  The total Canadian trade for October, 1015, was $150,000,000 compared  with $139,000,000 for the corresponding  month last year.  ,The. statement shows, that the Canadian trade, for the seven months ended  October last was $700,000,000 compared,  with $'010,000,000 for-the corresponding-  seven months of 1914.  For the seveii months ended Oc������ober  last,' the exports of agricultural products reached $100,000,000 compared  .      - *  with $75,000,000 for' the corresponding  period of 1914. ' ���������    ���������' '���������>'  -. For'the seven months of the.,piesent  fiscal year, the exports .were largely in  excess of the imports, the latter being .  $253,000,000 an   the   domestic  exports  $330,000,000.    ,'        ""  Letter of Acknowledgment  Mr. C. Dalton.,   ,   .  Bank of B.'"N, A.'  Hedley   -    '  . Dear Sir:  I acknowledge with great pleasure  your letter of Nov. -22nd, .with enclosure ($35) and I beg that you will  .thank the   boys of Hedley and  at the  -��������� *       t-,  mine, on behalf of-Joe and. myself, fot  the fine wedding present they sent us  and their kind good wishes. I am  very glad to know about the -. Xmas  hampers that; have been sent to. the  boys and lam sui;e vtheytwill be pleased-to get them.  ,   Again thanking you, I remain,  ���������-���������-.'���������    '     --   -���������' -Youis-Very ti'iily,  ,   '    ������������������'���������������������������    ���������   ������������������/-.   -Amy-Meher  Read all the ads.  66 50  25 00  Do you Christmas shopping early".  350 00  340'10  57 25  3 00  07 -10  00 oO  100 00  3S 80  0 00  DanMcPherson who works at the  mine had the misfortune to have his  eye hurt last" week!,' but is now well on  the road" to recovery.-1. -���������  '   ,    ,     ,��������� ; ..  .,. Come in and see the samples of  Christmas greeting cards. We have  the very latest and prettiest styles.  We will piint your name and greeting  and give you tin envelope with each  card. Prices to suit your pocket.  Hedlev Gazette.  Town of Esquimalt  25 00  Langford  7 00  Navy League concert, "Victoria 113 50  Sidney...,     95 10  Tag Day.  City of Victoria.. .'.-5,102 30  McBride, Tete  Jaune. and Lucerne .......  250 00  Salmon   Arm .;  158 00  Bella Coola and Hagensborg. 54 50  Total $9,385 28  Mr. W. J. Forbes met with  a  very  painful    accident   Saturday   morning  while,  at  work on  the addition to the  school house.    It seems that the earth  was frozen   pretty  solid when he put  up  the  scaffolding  on  which  he was  working,   but   the  recent   mild  spell  thawed it out and caused it to  loosen  so that the coiner support of the scaffold slid away just enough to  weaken  the hold of the   bracket and  when his  weight was put upon it the scalfolding  went down.    He fell about 15 feet and  lit on his left shoulder   breaking   the  bone.    Dr. McEwen  came at once and  the   injured  member   was   bandaged  and set, but during the night it caused  so   much   pain and   discomfort that  Sunday morning the bandage had to be  entu*ely   removed.    Mr.   Forbes   was  put to bed between sacks of warm, dry  sand and now is taking his mishap in  a most philosophical manner, and the  doctor says   is making   great  strides  towards recovery.  See our samples of Christmas Greeting Cards before deciding on Xmas  presents. These are inexpensive gifta  and suitable to any. We also carry a  line of Xmas and New Year Post  Cards at Gazette Office. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, DEC. 9. 1915  Cbe Hbefe (toielte  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  I .--....,      S'-'.(K)  ������ United States)  '.'.50  Advertising Rates  .\lcusuroiiieiit. 1- "Incs to the inch.  Tmuslent Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, 51.00 for "one insortlon. 25 cents (or  each Kiibsequent insertion. Over one inch,  1(1 cents per lino for llrst insertion and 5  cents nor lino for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������Ono inch per month  S1.SJ5; over 1 inch and up to ���������! inches, S1.0O  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger spaco than four inches, oil-  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space mid length  of time.  Certificate of Improvements $10.00  (Where more than ono claim appears  -  in notice,  S'2.50 for each additional  claim.) ,  A. B. S. STANLEY, Editor  BUY AT HOME  The working man ought to  be the very last to send away  t'o mail order houses for goods  of any kind for the reason that  the great majority of the goods  sold by these houses are imported-and the rest tire made under  unfair labor conditions. ��������� >   *  In the one case they are all  foreign-made and in the other  they are made under conditions  so close to the dreaded sweatshop system that it makes one  shudder to contemplate it. And  if these goods were made at  home and in a fair shop you1  could not buy them at mail  order prices.  On the other hand the goods  sold by your loct.i merchant  are as near as can be "Made in1  Canada". This is the forte of  ��������� the "Made in Canada" movement. The object of the movement is to stimulate home industry, to buildup a market for  tbe product of-Canadinn factories.  This movement goes hand in  hand with the labor movement  and as fast as possible the Canadian factories are becoming  unionized, which.' means that  the man who makes the "Made  in Canada" goods" is receiving  a fair living wage, just as you  are receiving yourself.  It must be obvious that the  manufacturer cannot afford to  pay union wages and compete  with "scab" factories. Therefore, the union man who gives  his money to the support of the  "scab"-manufactured mail order  goods, is unfair to the union-  labor "Made in Canada" goods.  He is* simply doing a little more  towards the pulling down of  the labor-union structure which  it has taken years to buildup  in our young nation, and which  today is none too-strong at the  best.  The appeal   to union   men is  plain, "Buy at Home".  France who believe in justice  and honor even ' more than  peace. Her convention was as  barren of results as of delegates.  It is desirable that- the bumptious individual who now goes  about inviting governors, presidents, universities and Bryan to  attach themselves to his train  should be allowed'to goon with  his program and see where he  will arrive.���������News   Advertiser  Christmas   greeting  Medley Gazette.  cards   at   the  J. L. Cousins,   of Keromeos,   was in  town Tuesday with a load of hay.  Hill and W.W. Corrigari. The officers  of the club are: Hon. Pies., G'. P.  Jones; Pies., F. H. .French; Vice.-  Pres., G. H. Sproule; Sec, A. T. Horswill; Treasurer. H. G. Freeman. The  committee appointed tolook after the  rink has to report at the end of"the  month when a new committee may be  appointed or the present one" continued  in oflice at the discretion of the club.  The Hedley Hockey and Skating  Club decided at the meeting Tuesday  evening to pi oceed with the arrangements to get the link in shape so as to  take advant-igt" of the first good frost  to get a sheet of ice. It was decided  to allow skating on Sunday until 6p.in.  A. schedule ,of prices was arranged and  will be announced in the next issue of  the Gazette. The following committee  was appointed to look after the rink  this winter:   Geo. E. French,  M.  C.  Hedley experienced quite  a  fall   ot  snow   Monday   but  it   has   all disap-  i  <  peared and at- the time   of   writing,  (Wednesday    evening)   we   are   now  having (mite a warm rain.    Elsewhere  in B. C. winter is on in   real   earnest.  i, .  You can't  heat   the Sunny   Similkameen.  - ~ -  F. W. Phillips and Dan Miner, the  telephone men,(were in town.Tuesday'  giving the .wires another inspection  with a view to keeping them in good  oi der. It is sure the service was never,  in better shape than it is today as far  as the local branch is concerned and if  connecting lines were as jrood there'  would be no kick on the service.  Every Man With a Family  . r .."'���������.''.'   c ....... ,        N   .      r  ' l       ,,-*'    " -'    ,' ��������������������������� !   -''���������     -,-"r--.*'-'  should put by a definite'portibn of what he earns.  Sickness  may keep him  from work.   Lack of  employment may stop his income for a time.  ' But-^-if-he has a Savings Account with The  Bank, of British. North America, built up while he  is,prosperous and healthy, he will bo able to provide  for those in his care. If YOU "have not a Bank  Account, start.one.now and save systematically.  THE  BANK  OF  48  .'',*��������� j-.-,-. ;'.',r.i.'ti-.-.    i  78 Years in Business  Hedley Branch  Capital and Surplus $7,884,000.  '���������''     .:'���������'<���������'���������"��������� v*r !v;,,.'','',"  toj.-c'l'.yy-,-    ���������  C. P.. DALTQN, Manager  Send in your personal items to the  Society Editor and help to make ttie  local paper interesting.  Talk about the Gazette! Let "uV  send a copy to your friends in the Old  Country. " ' ���������  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Services   every   alternate Sunday   at  i t ,  7.30 p.m..,       ,,, ,,, .      ;  Pastor, R. G. STEWART  Hedley Methodist Church  FRA.NK STANTON, B. A.  ��������� '       -   Minister   '  Services will   he held the   First and  . Third Sundays of the month  1  at 7.30 p. in. "    '"  *ff Come in -and look over  - .      '      'I,..,       f.      ���������'.,     ,    1-   *   , ,       ,-      ,  our stock and make your  ��������� ��������� selection's how !  fledlejjlfruo&BookStdft  l , ������������������-   l*  .'     '���������-*> (!,  1    ...  He,dley,<B'.' C,.'.  A*.I   *v\t  LET HIM- GO  It would  be a "great mistake  for the   British   authorities to  interfere with Mr. Henry Ford's  Ark of" Peace   if that   can   be  avoided.   Mr. Ford will probably keep himself arid Jiis guests  out of the danger  none, and he  may be allowed  to take a little  risk.    Miss Jane  Addams   was  allowed to hold her convention  at The- Hague,- and to   receive  sorne' healthy   messages  from  the   women     of  Britain    and  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������.  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������.  ������..  ������  ������  ���������������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������*  ������  ������-  ���������������  ������.  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������.  ������  ������  ������  ������  .������.  ������"  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������ ���������  ������  ������  ������  ������:  ������  ������'.  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������.  ������.  *&'  Is not going to dissapoitit the children this  year even if some of his best workmen are  at war. He hias chartered an airship and  will make a call at   '���������'..-,'.  All of the merchants in these  towns  have  made extensive preparations for the Xmas  "...ir.'L"       *   -.������������������-V     -*{-������'tt    .,     --iJ-.-i    t !   -."*".     'vi'i'lM'      -I'i --.J" p' '��������� '������  rush arid besides having a splendid assort-  merit are ready for action arid will give ybu  ','������������������ -���������jriv '   ''-':.I l-l''' -������ i':i->-   Hi-      -^ii-ij-^.'.-t-������-f i- ���������?*;*���������? ������������������',,i-.v--'.'ft   - ������������������; rz i.';.:  the very finest  service.      BUY WHERE  YOU GAN SEE THE GOODS.  Eleverith-hpur shopping is never satisfac-  tbry. Make the merchant "shbw.you" the  goods.      Get best cash price, but above all  tt^c:  .������  ������  . ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  -������  ������  ������'  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  '������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������'  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������.  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  .-������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  .������  sr"!9*"ia!"*g  ISP  *-*v.^.?*m\-ix*x*^.?r:^'^r.? THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,  DEC.   9, 1915  |Big New Stock!  | -OF-      ^      J  | Boots and Shoes!  $     Specially Reduced  $  ���������" There will be service in  St;   John's  Church next Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ' :,  IJaraes Stewart i  x J i K  x Groceries, Fruits and ������  ���������������    c'   Vegetables      ' '','Jf.  5'     '   >r ��������� ���������.������������������i*.,<r������*-v*--' <      ���������     ������f  (t(CttH������^������SH������('K������t'������'n'KI)EKS|ttK,K������ei^*t*W  H. B. Meausette, tinsmith, of Princeton, arrived Thursday to work on the  eaves-troughing on the addition to the  school.  FOR SALE���������One London concrete  block machine, almost new withall  accessories. Apply W.' THOMPSON,  Keremeos.  SUNDAY DINNER  ��������� at the ���������  Similkameen Hotel  At 6 p.m.  Read the ads.  Game Warden Schi'sler was in town  Tuesday. -        '  James Gordon, of the Daly Reduction staff left Tuesday fot-his home in  Ishpeming, Mich;, where he'will spend  the'Christmas holidays. '   .  H. A. Turner arrived Tuesday to  look over the 'work on the addition,to  the school. He reports everything  going along in splendid shape.        '���������'  Mrs. Wallace Knowles left Tuesday  for Oroville to'have some dental work  done.  -i (  , W. A. Moody, of the firm of Wood,  "Vallance '& L'eggatt,,- arrived Tuesday  and leaves today for Princeton.  T. H. Rotherharn left for a' visit to  the Coast' Saturday. * He is expected  "home Saturday.  'Mr.-W. Bryant, proprietor of the  Similkameen Hotel is again out of the  hospital, Dr. McEwen having succeeded in driving the poison out ofjth'e injured hand. .      '    ���������  Nat Darling,   the Old   Sport   Cigai  man   came came in  Sunday   by auto  and left Monday for'Princeton, he was  ��������� i ,'..*. :;    ���������- -ii"   ���������>; , * *  accompanied-byAl ,A1 Campbell1.'of  * .i  the Campbell Liquor Co. "  ' Soup  Oyster a la Creme  h  Fish  Tomato Herring  Entrees  Boiled Pig's Check, Caper Sauce  Sunkist Orange Fritters, Raspberry  -.Sauce  Clam Chowder, an Croton  Roast  Leg of Pork, Apple Puree  Broiled Beef, Brown Gravy  Roast (Jhicken, Dressing  Vegetables  Mashed Potatoes       String Beans  ,        '     ' . * * ���������    ,  Dessert  Apple, Mince, Custard Pies  Trrflp -'"Pudding  Fresh Green Apples  wnen ypy want m fesE in  the Groceni Line bm 'iroiii us  We Guarantee Satisfaction with  every article purchased here  >  ,r  <*>  ���������  ���������,  4  Phone orders receive the same care and attention  as though personally given. Try and be convinced - -*>  CREBLMAI  1   "STORE OF QUALITY"  i  Tea  Coffee  Cocoa  Stanley Pratt, the well known rep-  sintatiye of >'thc;Mooney Biscuit Co.,  of Vancouver, was in_ town Friday.  ,-Divine Service - will be conducted in  the church on' Sunday,TDec. 12. Morn  ing Service at 11 o'clock. Subject:���������  Christ the Rule and end of life. Ev'en-  ingfServic'e-ia't 7.30* Subject:!-^Life by  looking. A. hearty invitation^ is extended to all. Preacher R."G. Stewart  ���������} 3-J!   Bona Pfde  Closing Out  "Rough on Rats" clears out Rats,  Mice, etc. Don'f'die in the House. 15c.  and 25c. at Drug,-and Country Stores.  SEE THAT IT IS  ,i,i ., .  Made In Canada   Fourteen More Shopping Days before  Xnfas the Time to Commente^GJift jBu-jjitt^-p-"-^  RIGHT  NOW!  i  X  i  With December here time does not simply loiter along-  until Xmas���������It' fairly flies.    Many people, wise'to the'ex- -  perience of former gift seasons, .will do their shopping this  week,  and then, sit back and enjoy the fun, of watching: '  others shopping in the rush of the last few days.    And it's  well to bear in mind at this time toyshop in the morning ���������$���������  if possible���������choosing'is'best then*"     ' ��������� '.'.��������������������������� ^  "' Useful gifts  will be greatly appreciated this season,   f  See our line of Men's Overcoats from $6.85 up. f  LIST OF SUITABLE GOODS FOR GIFTS      .      .. |  Neckwear in all latest style.-- and colors at 5o cents.        ' ?  Neckwear "Souvenir,qf Hedley". at So cents.. ' *.     '            ." 7  Silk Handkerchiefs'."Souvenir (of Hedley".etc. ^t^Sxents. "- * V  ' Gloves, silk lined and plain,-at-95 cents. -         *        *'' ..;',    ,-7; *v  Glove.-, fur lined," at $1.65.       '"              *'                         ' ' ' 4  "Mufflers, knitted or silk, in variety of colors and prices. 4  Silk Handkeichiefs, plain or initial. A  Collar Bnxes at $i.i5. *                     . .                    -     , -                     -1       1  Hnu������*(* Coats at"$5.00!and $7.75."      -  '          ���������..-.' I  Fancy knitted or cloth Vests at $1.95. Y  Fancy and silk Hose from 25 cents to 50 cents.      , Y  This, is only a few of the bargains you will find at this store.    It will   ^  pay you to look ours over before sending your orders out of town.  9  Bow lee Laundry  1,        '   __:    - - -     1 '. - 1.  Only First'-Class Work  ���������'    \   >\ ��������� ��������� ,*. ��������� . ..-  Laundry'Delrvered Anywhere  Auto Leaves  on arrival  of 9.30  and 4 o clock trains. -  Baggage; arranged for.    -  TWEDpLE^.^AirrO , STAGE  Ca-ra'Calr'a'tallHofels''..   '-.  You Men  Who  Think  ,*> v**   -^  You're Underpaid  1   , , o  Don't "cuss" your luck because your pay is small. ���������' Don't blame  it on-the boss. Don't think that the reason others get more pay  is that they have more "pull" because it isn't so! .     *     -���������  The men who get big pay are those who are trained to^do  work that isj worth' it." You have'no special training,' and 'you  have to do work that any man with two hands can do; therefore  your pay is small���������and you, only, are to blame.  YOU can .earn more���������YOU can work with your head -instead  of your hands���������rYOU can-give orders" instead' of taking 'them.  No matter what-you do, where you live,,or how. old you are,1,'the  International Correspondence Schools can come to you and train  you for a better job. . ...    . .  Every year more'than five thousand persons take the trouble to write to the  I.'C. S..that their salaries have been incieased ' thiough this training. These  who report are but'ahandful���������tens of thousands of others are benefited.  'V- ' * ."  For 21 years the, I. C. S. have been training men having no education.,other  than ability to read and write, no more time than the odds and ends so commonly wasted, and no more money than the little that could be saved out, of  small wages. -   '*<!' ���������;    ''" ��������� ��������� ---.,������������������'-,- -  *" ,,"ff you wan t to. be"a*"-high-.salaried man'���������to Be somebody��������� proveydur ambition,  <:'"   * ' V'T '       **.,--.       , ��������� ,,  Mark tjie Coupon  and Mail it Now  ,; 1-.  Tlii mui Plate  BaJprSliop  satisfactory; sanitary  "        t.ONSORIAL. SERVICE  This shop it equipped with  Baths and' all the latest  Electrical  Appliances.  iComplete Mining Engineering * ' /'  Fire Boss  Metal Mining  Metal Prospector  Complete Metallurgy,',  Hydrometnllurgy. . ',  Milling *  Complete Coal Mining  Complete Civil Engineer'g  Surveying and'Mapping  Bridge' Engineering ��������� ,  Structural Engineering  Concrete Construction  Architecture  Automobile Running  Chemistry  Commercial  Drawing  - Electrical  Mechanical  Steam  .Marine and    ,    ���������-,>��������� <!  Refrigeration Engineering  French,    Spanish and  <  ��������� Italian *tau*ght -by  "Phonograph  INTERNATIONAL, CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, Scranton, Pa..  1 ��������� I' ��������� *       . --,-*��������� i ���������.**'* '*        ���������  -,.��������� Please inform me how I can gain a money-earning.knowledge of the subject marked X, or named below; and send me catalogue'containing'descriptibn  of course and letters from successful students.  W,,T.rBUTLER, - Prop,  M  Men's Furnisher  HEDLEY, B. C.  CO.  HEDLEY, B. C.  6flLL AND  See Our  STOCK BEFORE SENDING OUT  A"Remembrance- That Would Be Appreciated  /\   Kodak  or   a.   Victor   Victrola  eSBHESEBES  gjmmimmyjuiuwMMj  imnjMJimMMMMlLlguiMMi M.Mi^n.lTT7pgaTTn-.  Hedlex's.Xonsorial. Far! ors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  AT US  IN CONNECTION  R. HILLIAR^D   =   Prop.  Na me Address   Age Occupation Employed by.  Course Wanted (if not given above)   Remarks   RALPH KENDALL, Agent  Box 59-S, KELOWNA, B. C.  Call up Phone No. 12  1f A good stock of Horses and.Rigs on  Hand.    11 Ordevs for Teaming,  ��������� promptly attended to.     '���������������������������-.'  '     VV OO'D    FO R   SA LE!  HEDLEY GAZETTE  J(>B DEPARTMENT  : "More Money" for yotar Jjyns:  HDSKRAT, FOXBS. WOLVES, BEAVER, FISHBR, WHITE  WEASEL and other Far bearers collected In your section  SHIP YOUR FOBS DIRECT to "SHOBERT" the largest  bouse in the World dealing exclusively in NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS  a reliable���������responsible���������safe Fur House with an unblemished reputation existing* for "more than a third of a century," a long- successful record of sending Fur Shippers prompt, SATIS FACTORY  AND PROFITABLE returns, r Write for "HHfit i&lju&trt fe&ipper."  the only.reliable; acourate market report ind'-price list published.  '"���������"���������    "'  Write tor-it-TSOW-H'u FREE .'''', "*'  AVE.  .A.  ^1 A R <?HIIRFRT Inn 2s^7.westaustinav  ���������^l.-ir** **��������� PnUOCJtVl, inc. DepiCWCHICAGOiUSi  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables   HEDLEY   B. C.  Phono 12. D. J.  IN MS   -      Proprietor  Heciley  Gazette  $2 per annum  WHEN YOU ARE IN  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  TRY US ��������� WE  NEED OF-  Dodgers,'Dates1.'  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  GIVE SATISFACTION  ADVERTISE  IN THE I'll ("C HEDLrCY   GAZETTE.   DEC. 9.'    1935  :<The Biff Store"  Genera!  erchan  the heat from Mr. O'Daniels remarks could have beeji saved  i tho temperature of the hogs  would have been materially  affected,  to' the- end ��������� of   their  i  journey <   KEREMEOS, B. G.  Mr. Harry Vcrral has been remodelling his house both inside  and out. He is seen most every  day lately taking in new, furniture. It begins to look suspicious. . ���������    -   ...  column next to. reading matter and  nothing in the house will be too good  for him. lie will getc'omps to'all the  harp recitals and 'will have a* reserved  seat beside the printers, while all the  delinquent subscribers will have to  carry water for the performers and sit  up in the gallery.���������Hope Review.  .^^AA*^  KEREMEOS  Mr. Home Wells of Princeton  was''m-town with' -his car on  Friday bringing B. J. McKenzie  representing Kelly Douglas and,  Mr* 'Stanley Pratt' of-the'.Moon-  ey Biscuit Co; 'They/, returned,  to Princeton,, Friday evening.  Everybody's telephoning'.  Keremeos   enjoyed a ..heavy  down pour of  rain on Tuesday.  Mr. Bromley of Oroville was  a business visitor, to town between trains on Saturdav.  Nat Darling and Al Campbell,  the "Simese Twins of the road"  were in town on Sunday.  Two experts were examining  Campbell & Thomas' property  on the Ashnola on Monday.  Miss Annie Innis, who has  been confined to her bed with  La Grippe is" able to be around  again.  The telephone people finished  putting in the exchange here  and left for' Princeton on Tuesday's train.  Invitations are out for the  wedding of Miss Annie Easton  to Mr. McGuffie of Victoria on  Thursday Dec. 30th.  . .The sale .of .work, held in the  Town Hall on   Saturday under  ���������the   auspices of   the St. John's  ��������� l       -     ������������������   -,  Guild was a great success.    The  hti.ll was  made very . attractive  with the different  booths. Mrs.  Frith and Mrs.   Fargo presided,  at the fancy-work stile.    Mrs. J.  J. Armstrong had charge of the  home cooking   table, -while the  candy lasted   "quick"   with the  ready   smiles  of the   Misses M.  Armstrong    and    Reta   Kirby  tempting  prospective "purchasers with   theiroreally   delicious  wares.    The tea   tables   tastily  decorated with  cut flowers and  shaded   candles were   presided  over by Mrs. Bowen ably assisted by Miss Mildred Kirby.    The  sum of one hundred dollars was  realized   by the efforts   of the  ladies     of   the.    Guild,   which  amount   will   be, - forwarded to  the Red Cross Fund. ���������  AVriting     from     -'Somewhere      in  France. Oct. 27th, 101*5," Private John  Corrigan of Hope, now with   the 5:9th  Battalion, slates in part: ���������"T   saw   an  aeroplane    fight   yesterday    between  Biitish  and   German! machines.   The  German was over our lines taking observations when one'of our aeroplanes  spotted him and gave   chase.    It  was  just about the same as ^two   eagle?;   in!  the sky.     Anyway the. end of  it was.  this:   The German was'brought, down  inside our lines and while he  was volplaning down mil' machine   guns   and  air-craft gnus peppered him wholesale.  The aeroplane was   slightly   damaged  hut the two   occupants   were   riddled;  with bullets'. ' :  PORK FOR SALE  First class grain fed pork on the  Similkameen foi-Uc. and lo any station  on the Okanagan. Kettle or Kootenay  Rivers for 16c. On every order of 100  pound's or more I will put lcent per  pound in the Red Cross fund, Ac in the  town-where the/nder is taken and ic  in Keremeos.  R. J. ARMSTRONG, Chopaka.  Don't Put It Off  K. C. Brown of Princeton returned home on Tuesday after  spending a week here the guest  of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Carle.  Mr. H, Oag, of the Canadian  Bank of Commerce spent the  week end at the beautiful home  of Mr. and Mrs.   R. L. Cawston.  Mr. Corbett of t.he Canadian  Bank of Commerce of Kamloops is here relieving ,Mr. Edwards who is on a trip to the  coast. .  A subsciber who comes in these days  and pays the printer is blessed, and in  the kingdom to come he will be given  a place a-little higher than the angels.  His name will be written-at the tbp-of-  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  pOAL' mining rights of thc Dominion, it  y-' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Albcrtu,  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 ?1 an  acre. Not more than 2.560 acres wi be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease.nrusb bo made by the  applicant in person to;thd,Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which' the rights applied folate situated. '     ,',,.;  In surveyed territory' the land must be described by sections,.- or, \lcgal sub-divisions of  sections, and in -unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out y the applicant'  himself. ''. ���������   '  Each application muse be accompanied by-  fee of So which will be refunded if thc rights  applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be .paid on the merchaHt  able output of the mine at' the rate of five cent"  per ton.  The person operating.th'o mine shall furnish  tho Agent with sworn returns'aci  thc full. quantity of merchantable  ��������� } ;'.. ,We have just received'complete new;, samples of this  season's Greeting Cards. The assortment is large and prices  will' suit any, pocket.. Leave   ������'.      __       .*   >x'l*'V,    AA  ���������^&&SEmmB^E!^!t������2������Zm������������3SZZ������������Z  I PAINTING  PfiPER-flflNGING  KALS0MINING  TERMS MODERATE  DALY AVE.   -   -  sBsauc  tlEDLEY, B.C.  sworn returns'accounting for  y of merchantable mined  tnd Day the royalty thereon.   I coal min  ing rights are not being operated su     returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only,* but the 'lessee liid'y'b'e- permitted to purchase whatever,'available surface rights may  be considered, necessary foi' tbe.working of the  mine at.the rate of {������10^00 anacre.,  For' full information fapp'iication should be  made to the Secretary.'or>the_;Denartment of  the .'Interior. ��������� Ottawa*' or. ;o 'any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion'iiarids.' ;v  W. W.CORY,   ''  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  . N.-B.-U.nauthorized piibiicati -       this advc  tisemenl will not be paid for. 9 6m  %  ���������    '    SING LEE;  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing; lana, Cook-  - ing. andall.. kinds.of Chinese  Labor.  KEREJtEOS,- B.C   -'---"      .  A very pleasant afternoon  was spent at the home of Mrs.  Daley when her daughter Miss  Florence entertained at a thimble tea in honor of Miss Helen  Bailey.  Mr. O'Daniel, Great Northern  Agent here, had rather a funny  experience one day last week.  An Indian from Chopaka came  to the office window and told  him he had two hogs to go on  the train next day: Mr. O'Daniel told htm that the warehouse  door was open and to put them  in there. In a short time after  he went out to lock the door  and to his great surprise the  two hogs were alive turned into  the station and the Indian gone  home and everything in the  station turned  upside down. If  every-  daX with the wonderful 'music ��������� of ' the  Vitffcrola.:  There ?re no "dull moments" if there  is a Vidfcrola in :he home���������the world's  greatest .sini^'s, musicians and enfer-  tainers are always ready to sing to  you -and amuse you, and the world's  finest bands and dance orchestras will  provide perfccl music for d-ncing.  'Call" at any "His Master's Voice"  dealer's and let bjm shqw.you the  Vidtrolas that are specially suitable  for your summer cottage or eVrhp.  ���������1  5  "*  ���������  f-i  Vicirola VIII  $53  VVitu !���������> ten-inch, double-sided Victor Records (30 selections, your  i.wn choice). S66.50  - old oti easy terms, if desired  , C:h r  \ ic'clas from $21.00 to $305 (on easy :  .-si),  and ten-inch, double-sided  at .90c'.\lor '.he iwo selections at  s Voic-i 'dealer's in-any town or  C>n (::'.      -Vi it - lor frea copy of our .450- .  .'i.-i'-il   : .nci/doprdi)   listing   over   6000  r> ',.;". .''���������"' ���������'. ' >  r  ��������� .n n s.  if  dfci  \ ,  . '.<���������>. Rcc-'-rds  i ������������������  ' '��������� ��������������������������� .-'--i-i,-  & Co  ������

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