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Array aL  AlTD BIMIL  Volume X.     Number  X  7  25  NT. PAID  DVERTISER,  art  HEDLEY, IB.-C., Tfitf  CEMBER 31 1914.  $2.00, In Advance  jfor Year 1914 by Hedley Gold  Mining Company. ;  TEN PER CENTWljm*MR������  va6Ws. 'Lin-e "is 'C<  TED,  Connection Between Oroville and British:  Columbia Points -Established  N. Tab'Mt-so-N- >i>ho-\ts sevmouk 3013  JSlGR.-'*iv'K^IiliKN''OA'N'^DA    '        '���������  &&mmell Laird & Co. Ltd  -Steel Manufacturers  t   .-SHefiield, Eng.  ���������'Officesand Warehouse, 8t7-'t33 Beattj" Street  'Vancouver, ;B. -'C.  .   A. F. & A. M.  REGULAIt monthly meetings of  Hedley-Lodge No. 13, A. V. Si A.M.,  are hold on the second Friday in  -each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  ���������brethren are cordially invited to attend.  ���������X. CREELMAN,  W.M  H. "<3. FREEMAN  (Secretary  L. O. ^L.  Kec-rilar monthly 'meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1744 are held on  the   third   Monday   in    every  -monthin Fraternity-Hall.   Visit  ���������Ing brethern are cordially invited to attend. '  S. KNOWLES, W.M.  C.P. ������ ALTON, Sec't-  'Returns This Vear ������������������'Sli'gsliftly.'LdWtfr Than  Last Year, But "Sufficient to Pay  ���������  30%. On Account of Heavy  'Outlay'Pays-only 25%  -DR. J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST  Will'be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  'Office 'oil 'North   Main   Street.;  R.  F>.  BROWiN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tux. No. "8 P. 0. Dbawbi- 1(50  PENTICTON,  B.  C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building  Princeton  lA/aiterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor. Etc.  MONEY TO  LOAN  .PENTICTON,  B. C.  GREAT NORTHERN  HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the'Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Mley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  First-class Line of Cigars, Tobacco  and Soft Drinks always  on hand  HILLIARD <������b TOPLEY  ^������^rt^k������<������"rt^^������rt������"*^^0rt'-4S8"rt'*������od^ai8l3"i'  | Grand Union f  ���������x  x  I  Ho t e 1  x  %  HEDLEY,  British Columbia |  K  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up X  X -3  8>������  First-Class Accommodation. -g  j������  Bar Stocked with Best Brands |f  X of Liquor and Cigars j|  x <g  'X ��������� ���������������������������-���������  5  *' -2  x  On'Thursday -last the Gazette 're-  'ceived 'official notice' -.from the- head  office of the Hedley Gold Mining'Co.  in New York-'trimt 'they-had declared  for the'las'tquar'ter 'of 191-1 a dividend  of ten per cent on the outstanding  capital stock o'f the company paya'bie  December 31s't to stockholders on record on Saturday, "December 26th,-1914.  The notice also'states that the earnings for the year were somewhat less  that the previous .year although sufficient to, maintain -the 30 per cent-dividend rate of-that year, "but on account;  of the heavy outlay for "the new power  plant and tho'increased inventory of  supplies from abroad, (cyanide, etc.)  provided to-protect them'from interruption by 'the 'war, 'the directors  deemed it wise to reduced the total  dividend for 1914 to-ko:per cent.   .  Since tJlils taking 'ove'r.'of the mine  and reduction works by the present  company the dividends paid equal  127 percent on tho capital stock of  the'company and there is also a reserve fund of between '$2O(),'O0O and:  '$300,000 which is another 20 percent.  Besides the payment of the dividends  the company ihave also added to their  holdings the WindfalPgroup of claims  for which they paid $150,000 and installed a new power-plant at a cost of  820OiO0(i. TlfiS"is"a-feco"fa thatwill be-  hard to equal.  When the mine was taken over five  years ago the life of the mine was  supposed to be IS months but the fallacy of this statement is shown for  after live years there is now more ore  in sight than there ever was before.  The official-notice readsas'follow;-:  HEDLEY GOLD MINING COMPANY  42 Broadway  '*'- New York, Dec. 10th, 1914.  A quarterly dividend of three per  cent. (3%)'and an-additional dividend  of seven  per cent.' (."'%)   has  this day  been declared on the outstanding capital stock of. this Company   payable  on Thursday, December 31st, 1914,  to  stockholders of record at 12.00 o'clock  noon, Saturday, Dec. 23th,-1914.  HEDLEY GOLD IUIXIN G COMPANY"  John D. Clarke,  Asst-treasure  N. B.���������-The earnings for thi year  will he somewhat less than last year,  although sufficient to main la last  year's dividend rate, of 3J per cent.  But in view of the heavy outlay for  the new power plant and the increased  inventory of supplies from abroad,  (cyanide, etc.) provided to protect us  from interruption by the war, the  directors deem it wise to reduce tlie  total dividend for 1914 to 25 per cent.  John D. Clarke,  Asst-treasurer.  Oroville���������Telephone ^'connection be-  'Ctteen 'Oro-viHei-ind Brifci-lh Columbia  points by Fun-view ,and Penticton'  "wei'e 'completed -last -Tliursday and  ���������comniumea't'inn 'can now be -had from  'fchislplhce with a'ny ipoint'in-B. C.  The first active effort to establish  ���������this telephone eon'nertjon-toithe north  was initiated over a- year .ago by A'-  'be'rt Goy through 'the co'imn-e'rrial 01 -  ganization of Pt-n'tiet'on 'and the Orr-  ville Commercial Club. Negotiations  'were cariied on 'in-a' somewhat'desultory 'manner i'or'-'a considerable  time, and finally Jth"e Britlissh'Columbia  -authorities took action 'and 'built a  line south from Fairview 'to'Osoyoos  and tin en action wasi obtained from  this side and the line extended north  from herein-the'boundary.  This is a genuinely Jjin'poYtant im-  ���������piovetnent and will .prove not only a  great convenience but n"'beii('fit as well  to Oroville and the towns north of  here across the line.  POWER PLANT COMPLETED  Water Turned Into 'Flume on Monday -  Everything in First-Class Shape  WEDDING 'BELLS  I A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor. |  X . ||  8i^������?������ei>*-ai?s������n������?������?n������t������������������s?H������?H8t������,l*(,������������8?������a,������������ii5  ROLL    ME   A GAME   AT   ROLLS  AN OLD RELIADLE  ENTERTAINER  King Kennedy, who was entertaining the crowd of natives with clever  and original sliglit-of-hand tricks when  the water was turned into Lake  Chelan, and who has been making a  periodical enrcuit of this upper country over since, appeared in Oroville  Wednesday night at the Orpheiini and  amused  and delighted   a crowd of old  The holiday season'in Hedley" was  given-an exquisite touch ,011 Tuesday  evening when Samuel Camerom  Knowles and Emily Patton were married. The event has cast a glow of  waimth and pleasmu-over our whole  town, as is natural when two Hedley  people-show such mutual good judgement and such enthusiasm' for . the  place in which we all live.  The-wed-'ling-waa -.<1ifmnized-.ut.vl1c  home of. Mr. and Mrs.. G. P. "Jones.  ���������Rev. A. -H. Cameron officiated, using  -tho rinp-eeivire of tho- Ptesbyterinii  Church. The bride and groom entered the, room in which the ceremony  was held from a coiner diagonally opposite that in which they exchanged  vows; this corner-had been converted  into a beautiful little bower by the  artistic draping of the British flag,  under which they were married. The  bride was given away by Mr. Jones,  and was attended by Miss Avonia  Jones it's, bridesmaid. The best man  was Mr. Knowle's brother, Mr. Tom  Knowles. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom witnessed  the sei vice; but all of Hedley is united  in wishing them a married life full of  happiness and contentment.  The bride was charmingly dressed  in a gown of white duchess satin trimmed with an overdress of white net,  appliqued with seed pearls. She wore  a veil of tulle and a wreath of orange  blossoms. She carried an orange  blossom bouquet, and woie. a locket,  tlie gift of the groom. Miss Jones  wore a gown of pale grey crepe de  chene with a girdle of pink. She also  wore a locket, the gift of the gi 00111.  Mr. and Mrs. Knowles will live in  the Forbes' house to which they went  immediately after leaving Mr. Jones'  home where wedding supper was served after the ceremony. Many beautiful gifts were received by tho fortunate couple, evidences of the friendly  feelings and prosperous wishes of their  many friends.  Work on the new power plant had;  "progressed to that stage that everything was ready on Sunday evening  for the trying out of the plant. On  Monday the water was tinned into;  ���������the flume but on-account of'Siiow and  ice, that had collected in the Hume,  the water did not reach the works till  Tuesday. The new plant stood the  tiial test O. Ii. and in a couple of days  will be cat-tying its sliate of the work.  There is not a happier man in town  than manager Jones." Dining the  construction of the plant Mr. Jones  has been one of the busiest of men and  it was pai tly through his effotts that  the work has be carried out so successfully.  The estimated cost of the plant "Was  placed at $200,000, but the cost is only  a small item compared with what it  will save tlie company.  During  the winter all development  *  of their propel ties was shift down on  account of the shortage of power.  With the new plant development may  now be carried on the year round.  It will also enable the company to  shut off the auxiliary steam plant.  This was run about four months of  the year and was a big expense to the  company.  The new plant will develop about  1S00 l.i.p. or twice as much as the old  plant.  SHORT SESSION AT OTTAWA  'Proclamation Calls 'Members to Meet oil  'February-4th  OBITUARY  A feeling of dcp-iegret was felt in  "Hedley when it "became "knoiVn oh  Wednesday of last week that Mrs.  Gillespie had passed away after a  lingering illness of four,years..' Mrs.  Gillespie was well known here having  lived here for a number of years and  she was beloved by all foi here blight,  cheery disposition. ^  Deepest sympathy is felt for the  relatives of the deceased.,' Mrs. Gilles-  At'a nie'etingof the cabinet council  on December -23rd it was decided to  c ill parliament together for its regular session on Thursday, February 4th.  The official proclamation summoning  the niembeis to the capital on that  date appeared in theC-mada Gazette  on Saturday.last.*  The'impression is that the session  will'lie a comparatively short one, and  that it will be over by Easter, which  falls this year during the first week of  April.  Practically no legislation of a contentious nature will be introduced.  Tho business will be largely confined  to war measures, the voting of t'he  war appropriations and the supplies  necessary to carry on the business- of  the country. There will be a small  grist of private legislation, including  1 ail way bills.  The war measures will of in cessity  include legislation designed to produce revenue to meet; t least a portion of the war < xpendifeures. Time  undoubtedly will hi sum? tariff  'changes as "well as a bill pro\ iding for  some measure of direct taxation. Just  what form this bill will take is not  known, but it is piohahlo that it will  be in the nature of a stamp tax such  as has been imposed in the United  States.  ACTIVITY IN  P. C. MINING  Completion of Grand Trunk Pacific Has  Enabled Pros pectois to Fene-  " trate New Country  Since the completion of the Grand  Trunk Paciflce railway considerable  mining activity ha-, developed in the  'country opened up by the line in-Central British Columbia and Western  Alberta. On the. eastern slope of,the  Rockies  three  coal 'mines  have been  opened on a large scale; and will lmye  pie was 29 years of age and was mar- 'an output, when working full cara-  ried 5 years ago. city, exceeding 2,510 tons daily.  The funeral-was   held   on   Friday,'     In  the  Babine Lake and   Francois  December 25th,  from the family vi si-  Lake districts of British Columbia aud  dence and was largely attended. Rev.  A. H. .Cameron performed the last  rites-at-the-house, before the departure for the burying ground. . ��������� '.  The pallbearers were: W. Knowles,  G.-'H. .Sproule, F., H. French, C.P..'  Dalton, B. Bussel and H. Barnes.  GRAIN FOR THE EMPIRE  Farmers Asked  to Grow One Acre of  Wheat for the Patriotic Fund   .  The inysteiions battle-cruiser, supposed to be the German cruiser. Van  der Tan, which was seen lecently off  the United States coast, now turns  out to be the British battle cruiser,  Princess Royal, fresh f 10111 the ship-  bnilnei'.s'yard with the paint still fresh  on her, and carrying eight 13.5 guns,  together with an additional -arnia  incut of  1(5 lin. guns.    Her tonnage is  and young with n brand new bunch of  , , 1        -   ,     r\. ,���������.iiin n.i    2;l,3f-0 tons and she steams at the rate  dexterous legcrdt mams.���������Oroville Ua-  ->������������������������������������������������������������-  zotte. ��������� I of 32.5 knots an houv.  Acting r.n the suggestion from one  of the members of. the Saskatchewan  Grain Growers' Association, the central organization is making a unique  patriotic appeal to the farmers of the  province. The appeal is that each  grain grower will set apart one-acre,  of land to sow with wheat next spring  the proceeds from which will be given  to the patriotic fund. The central organization has adopted this plan, as it  appeals to them as a fair one, in  which all farmers, whether they had a  poor crop this., year or not, may take  part.  As the association has S50 locals, it  is anticipated that the acreage under  cultivation for patriotic purposes will  be i50,000 acres, and the crop at an  average of twelve bushels per acre, as,  this year, would mean 000,000 bushels  of grain, or almost an equal amount  of money. Truly a princely offering  from the fanners of Saskatchewan.  in the neighborhood of S'mitheis and  New Hazelton, gold and silver mines  are being developed. In connection  with the mine-near NewHazelton, an  aerial railway seven miles long, aud  attaining, an elevation of four;thousand feet, is being constructed to convey the ore from the workings to the  Grand Trunk Pacific rail for transportation to a smelter.  New mineral discoveries..are being-  reported almost every day now that  prospectors are able to get into the  country cheaply, owing to the facilities provided by the railway. Central  British Columbia has been hardly  touched yet by prospectors, and the  field there is one of the most attractive in Canada for their important  activities. It is anticipated that many  rich strikes will lie made during tl e  next few years.  CARD OF THANKS  The undcisigned wishes to thank  the people of Hedley for the kindness  shown in his recent bereavement in  the death of his wife.  F. M. G.lLI.Et-1'lE  The new silver dis-cdvery in tho upper Stewatt River Basin known as the  Mayo district, may prove another Cobalt. Mushets who have, just arrived  over the winter trail from Mayo and  who have been on the 'properties of  late, say that a rich ledge live feet  thick is located on discovery claims,  and much other rich loose -material is  found on the same claims. They also  report, silver found m shafts several  miies in each direction from the discovery claim. One thousand tons of  the silver ore ai e being hauler! to Mayo  L-mdiiig this winter for shipment to  the smelter by steamer us soon as the  river opens.  /:  '/ ' THE HI5DIEY.GAZE1TE DEC 3), 1914  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance"- ��������� v*.  Pn Y.i!.r :....'-. :'.'-62.'':o  ������������������   -United Status I  '-'.50  Advertising Rates  .'   Measurement, 1- lir.es to tho inoh.  Transient Advcriidements��������� not exceeding one  inch, Sl.to) for one- insertion. 25 oent������ for  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch,  10 edits hit line for lli-st insertion ami 5  cents per line for oaeh subsequent insert-ion.  Transients payable in advance.  ;Cerlifl.:atu.of Improvements ������1U.C0  (When; Mioio Iliau one claim appears  in notice. $2.M for each additional  claim.)  Witt. C. MARTIN. ManaEinfj Editor.  Full lliion  Last im'ir.  Ill  191-1  dui;  Now Moon  lli  First qnar.  ���������J I.  1911  Sun. fi:on. Tucs. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat,  ������  13  20  27  1  11  21  2S  S  lb  22  29  0  1(5  2.S  30  3  10  17  2-1  4  U  IS  9r\  12  19  20  KIKG ALBERTS INTERVIEW  ; \Look"i,at tea.' I' sometimes think  that', teetotal should be. smelt with an  Amis lead of-two E's, for tea lias been,  one; of the saviois of mankind. I  vetily believe that but for the intro-  iluotioii often and coffee lSurope might  have drunk itself to death.   ���������-  I recollect a gLOat siugeon, Mr. Law-  son Tait, telling me:���������'l always operate at ninu o'clock in the morning,  and I find that if I take wine at'dinner  the previous evening, even only a pint  of claret, my fingers are not just as  exact and nimble as they are when I  have had no wine at all, and so I nover  take wine or any sliiniilent when I  have to operate.'  Well, the handling of a magazine  rifle is a delicate operation, and those  men will perforin it best who have  had no ahohol.���������Sir .James Crichton-  Br iwne. iivlhe London Observer.  -  ���������'    NOTICE:,  ���������SIMILKAMKKN. LAND DISTRICT  ' Dtsrruic-r"'oi- vale  "pAidO notic ���������lha . I Francis Honry I'rench  x .- of Hedley ,B. (J., occnpatiom. Merchant,  ���������intend to itrply for bcriiii&sion bo purchase  thu followintf described lands:-  ' Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the south-west corner of Indian Reserve No. 2.  near tho mouth of tho Twenty-mile Creek,  thence north 20 ohaiiis, thence west 20 chains,  thence south 20 ohains thence cast 20 chains to  point of commencement, -containing 40 - acres.  Fi-ANcia IlKKitr French.  October mfelilOU'- ,40-10 ''  YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER  Ring Albei t has given an interview  to a   correspondent   of the  Associated  Press.      in wlial he says his unassuming chai acler  stands out in relief, but  in a manner   which cannot  fail to tell  the story of  the factor lie.  has been to  his   nation and   its indomitable  army  '   dining   thu   war.    Always   within the  sounds of the guns, mixing freely with  his   soldiets,   cheering   and   inspiring  them on to further olfm ts in the gveat  task in which they a:, -o nobly facii g  the  dangers,   he has earned  a reputation as a soldier-king that will be long-  lived.    The soul of Belgium is typified  in   her   soveieign.      When   the  time  comes   for him   to ride  in   triumph at  the   head   of  his  army    through   the  "���������"streets' of  Buissels   he will   have   the  flower of the British and Flench troops  ���������' to share in'the Belgian   victory and to  insure   that  the peace  of his' -1 calm is  not disturbed hereafter. ���������  Those,   who  during  years past discussed the   possibility.of  war between  France  and Germany,  rarely, if ever,  : believed  .that ..Belgium,   would   offer  more   than a  desultory  lesistance   to  fehe progress of a German army acros-s  her soil.     What she has accomplished'  from the very  outset of the war up to  the  present  time  has  astonished tlie-  world.     Hi ���������tory.'presentslno record ol.  such   tragic self sacrifice,  such unconquerable   heroism  as  will  adorn   the  annals  of   the   war   that   tell  of  the  struggle  from 'Liege to. Brussels  and  thence  to  Antwerp,    and  on   to   tl.'e  memorable days on   the  banks of the  Yser. The Belgian army held the road  to  Calais  and  Dunkirk,  and: Britain  will never forget the sacrifices it'made  in the successful effort.  Don't   overlook   the    good  services  fieijiienlly    reudeied    by   your   lo-.-al  newspaper.     It-   may   not  be just u-s  hrilliant a literary effort as you would  de.-ire,  but it  serves the puipose, and  does it to the best of its ability.    Anyone reading your local paper, in, say, a  distant public library, looks at the advertisements   to   get  an   idea of   the  businesses in existence and their style.  If your advertisement does not appear  you are not in existence to the outside-  world.     So, use the advertising pages  of your  local newspaper  for bona-fide  advertising, but don't sink to the level  of the Cheap John either by economizing on   the space   used or allowing unseasonable,  ads to   appear  week   aftei  week,   or  with   a   blare   and   flare  of  trumpets    heralding    something    cut  scandalously low that the public doubt  both  your sanity   and the quality of  your goods. ��������� B.   C.   Pharmaceutical  Record.  ^  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  COAL mining; rights of the Dominion, in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories and in a portion of tlie 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 2,5('0 acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to tho Agent01- Sub-Agent  of the district in which thc rights applied for  are situated. ' ���������  In surveyed territory the land must bedi-s-  cribed by sections, or legal sub-division :of  sections, and in unsurveyod. territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must bo accompanied by a  fee of So which will bo refunded it t o rights  applied for are'not available, bu no otherwise. A royalty shall bo paid on 111 merchantable output of the mine at the rate live cents  per ton  The person operating thc mino shal furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity ot merchantable coal mined  and pay tho royalty thereon, if the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns  uld be furnished at least <  should  , once a year.  It is said that Germany will only  concent to an exchange of prisoners  with Britain on the conditiomthat five  Germans shall be leturned for every  British prisoner released. This is a  high compliment to the 1 British  soldier. ..-'"'���������  The lease will'include tho coal mining rights  only, bub the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for the working of the  mine at the rate ^ f $10.00 an acre   ,  For full  information applica shoul   be  made to tho Secretary or the Dcpnrtmcn of  tho Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agenfc of Dominion Lauds. '  XV. XV. CORY,  Deputy Minister o  the Interior  How Will You, Protect  \ YourWJfe  and'the children-should you fall ill or lose your employment? Have you money in the bank to tide the family  over until you are "on your feet" again?  Every  married man  should open an account in our  Savings Department and put  by a part of  his earnings  , every week or month.  Such a sum earniug interest will be a  "welcome pro-  ��������� ���������   -tection for the family.  A Savings Account may be open-  . ed with One Dollar.  ' " ',1 ���������������������������' ���������! fk  ffl  ���������a v- <���������> s  78 Years in Business.  Hedley Branch,  1 HI S-3*'"^  ������������������at* $7,884,000.  C. P. Dalton,  Manager  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  ������������������ i*-" "nmi|-B-1J,Mrfl*''-"'A>"  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  TRY US.  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  Memo; Heads  Butter Wrapper  Visiting Cards  WE GIVE SATISFACTION.  X.D.-Unauthorizcd publication  tiscment will not be paid for.  dver  n-Gm  gjioiaiiBiiiiPiii  ��������� ii  "The Toronto News" says: "Canada  has nover before had so alert a Minister of'Agriculture as Hon. Martin Biir-  rell.. His winter campaign for an increase in the production of foodstuffs  exactly meets the situatio'n. It is certain to bring advantage alike to the  aimers, the country and the Empire."  Better than Ringing  Door-bells  y\ PIANO manufacturer recently made a  *^ to-house canvass.   He's one of th  house-  ose men with  ALCOHOL AND WAR  "When the history of the present  great and terrible war comes to be  . written.it will, I believe, be found that  alcohol has had a not inconspicuous  part, both actively and negatively, in  its progress and final issue. It has  been responsible, I believe, in some  degree for the hideous cruelties and  barbarities perpetrated in Belgium  and France by the soldiers of Germany, cruelties and barbarities which  have deprived her of the moral sup  port of the civilized world.  On the other hand, the withdrawal  of alcohol by Russia, by means of her  decree prohibiting the sale of vodka, a  fertile source of demoralization and  disease, will be found to have strengthened her arm and h-Iped her to those  victories she is achieving and to that  sustained resistance necessary to conduct this atrocious war to a triumphant finish in Berlin.  -' We have innumerable' substitutes  that possess some of alcohol's attractive  (nullities without  its  crawbacks.  mnx-tmh^ Satinrmn.  It is easy to fit the "hard  to lit "���������there is no such person as a " hard to fit" with  the Semi-ready physique type  system.  Stout or slender, tall or  short���������every conceivable kincl  of " build " is provided for in  our types.  Seven types ��������� and fifteen  variations from each type���������'���������  to meet the height, weight  and shape of each man.  And the Special Order for  the man who may not like the  pal tern we have chosen in his  particular type.  ouse canvass, ne s one  an absurd fear of the "waste-circulation" bugaboo  ���������cannot get away from the haunting thought that  only 10 out of every 100 readers of a newspaper  may be possible buyers of his goods.  So he refused to advertise, and went a-carivassing  ���������inviting people to come to his piano recitals.  Then he wondered why they didn't come.  Suits and Overcoats, $15 to  Made to Special Order, $18  and up.  Tailored   superbly ��������� every  garment.  H. G. FREEMAN,  rfedley  "WHEN  WRITING ADVERTISERS PLEASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  This is why:  He wasn't reaching the people.  His canvassers rang every door-bell in  town. They talked to some one in every  .house.  But one in every household isn't enough  ���������particularly if it doesn't happen to be  the right person. And, as a rule, it wasn't  the right person���������it was a servant, or a  child. The woman of the house was seldom  seen; the man of the house, never.  Nowj if the piano maker had placed an  ad. in the newspaper, it would have reached  thousands, where the canvassers could  reach only hundreds.  And even though only 10 per cent, of the  readers are actual piano buyers, this does  not mean that the advertising read by the  other 90 per cent, is wasted. Advertising  talks, not only to the prospective buyer,  but also to his wife, his grown-up sons and  daughters, his mother���������even his mother-  in-law. Their coaxing will help to convince  the head of the house���������and pretty soon  there'll be a piano in that home.  This and dozens of similar cases which  might be cited to show that "waste cir-  culation" is an empty bugaboo, and should  deter no one.  Take the motor truck. It can be sold  only to large firms Yet a motor truck  manufacturer is successfully Advertising  in daily papers. He realizes that he must  reach, not alone the managers of the concerns that require trucks, but also their  directors, their foremen, their head machinists, etc. It is found in actual practice  that this Advertising radiates in a thousand  directions, and again converges most astonishingly to influence the house that has  made up its mind that horse-trucking is  too costly and inefficient.  Advice regarding your advertising problems is available  through any recognized Canadian advertising agency, or the  Secretary of the Canadian Press Association, Room 503  Lumsden Bldg., Toronto. Enquiry involves no obligation  on your part���������so write if interested.  1  1  1919111^^ .THE HEDLEY-GAZETJUE_ DEC31. 1914  'THE FAMILY GROCERY-;  The Celebrated  English K Boot  For Sale Here  JAS.: STEWART & CO.  i  LADIES* COATS,  ^^t������������^^V������^^-i������S������J9a<9J������0<4������������l������i������i������0<na<a������������ial*i5e^it  m ... x  3  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  I SUITS and DR.ESSES  * To Measure  Samples  of goods,  and Fashion'  Plates of Ladies' Suits, Dresses,  and Winter Coats may be seen at  X  X  I  I HEDLEY SHOE STORE |  S -��������� x  g Agents for Rex Tailoring Co. ������  JC Suits Cleaned . and  Pressed at j������  Reasonable-Charges <������  m  ^aa^VAWAnA"A^^WA"AAAit������AAaA"a^^������a^  ������  ^<<iq<������^^iw^^>tiS3S^%s<������JK������������^u^viJsMH������<vt������<������u  I XMAS & NEW i  YEAR  CARDS  X  X  K  X  .X  *  X  2?  X  K  X  X  X  X  X  From 50c a dozen to 50c each  Leather   Goods    and  Picture Frames  fledleu Drufl & Book Store  Hedley, B. C  PALACE  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables    HEDLKY, B. C.    IT A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    1f Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOB   SALE!  Phone 11.  D. J.   INNIS        Proprietor.  This Is YOUR  ifewspauer.  Get Full Vaktie J  Fiom It  By HOLLAND.  It is  THIS paper Is yours,  what you make it It  will serve you as well as you  will let it. And it. i.s only  through the united force of  the big family of readers that  such a paper is possible at  6uch a price.  But do you get nil out of  the paper that you can get-  all that you are entitled to?  You do not unless you read  the advertising columns.  Besides the news of the day  and the happenings of the  world, there are advertisements that will keep you  posted on business affairs,  that will give you the news  of commercial life. These advertisements tell yon which  are the most reliable stores,  what are the purest foods to  eat, the most serviceable and  fashionable merchandise and  the most reliable products.  GET THE HABIT.  READ THE  ADVERTISEMENTS  AND  PROFIT BY  THEM.  Advertise in the  Hedley  Gazette  ���������      and watch Results  fie Christmas  holidays in   town visit  ing friends  Mrs. F. Logsdom.of Princeton ' is  visiting friends in town for a few days  this week.  Fred Prossei* of Piinoeton spent  Christinas in town the g.iust of Mr.  and Mrs. J. Critehlcy. ,  Mr.   R. A.   Rutherford left on Tues  day for Spokane  will he  will spend a  few days on business. <  Mis. G. Wardcll, Mi<*s Edna Lyall  and G. Lyall of Princeton spent Christinas under the parental roof.  Arthur Smitherham of Kuri'iimos  spent Christmas in Hedley visiting  his sister, Mrs. M. D. McEwen.  The Princeton Pierrot Troupe will  give an entertainment in Fraternity  Hall on Monday evening, January 4th.  .We aro pleased to be able to report  thnt the Rev. Mr. Cameion although  not yet able to leave the hospital is  rapidly improving in health.  Tim Griffin left on Tuesday -for his  claims on Independence Mountain.  He intends-to spend the winter up  there doing 4"iut-development woik.  Mrs. Clarke of Keremeos was a visitor to-town'for a couple of days last  week. While in town sho called at  the. hospital to see Rev. Mr. Cameron.  '-The editor of the Gazette wishes to  thank the management of the Daly  Reduction Co. for a fine big turkey  given him by the company for Christmas.  Word was received in Hedley on  Friday that Mrs Shatford of Hubbard's.  Cove, N.S. mother of L. W. and W.T.  Shatford, died there on Thursday  evening.  Mr. W. Mattice,came up from Keie-  meos last week to see the Rev. A. H,  Cameron. Although Mr. Mattice hr.s  b:-en a resident of Keremeos for the  past nine yeais this was his first visit  -to-Hedley.   ���������   , *.,.--. ,.  ���������>.-,., ^,  Len Houston of Princeton died on  Wednesday last at his home in that  town. - Ho-luia-beon-ailing-foi- tho past  two months. ��������� He was 38 years of age  and for a time was engineer at the  Nickel Plate mine. The funeral was  held on Saturday.  The latest recruit to the "colors from  this part of the province is Hill Innis.  He is now in training at Victoria. We  hope that when Hill meets the Germans that ho is as good with the gun  as with a hockey stick, as when he.  was playing that game it was hard to  .���������-top him.  Jimmie Innis of Ashcroft who has  been visiting his mother in Keremeos  for a few days, took a run up to Hedley on Monday to renew old acquain-  tenances. .Jimmy and Bob have the  contract of hauling the freight for the  construction camps on the P. G. &'E.  railway.  The Great Northern Railway is getting things in shape for the cutting of  10,000 tons of ice out of Otter Lake.  Thc ice will be used by them for their  cold-storage plants along their western  lines. About 00 men will he employed  and' ibis expected that the work of  get out the ice will start in the course  of a couple of weeks.  Judging fruin some of the remarks  made on the hockey game between  Merritt and Princeton by the Merritt  Herald, the people, of Merritt think  they have a hockey team. If when  they give the Princeton team their  return game they come down to Hedley the boys here will show them how  the game should be played.  Some very pretty calendars have  been secured by the business houses  of Hedley this year, Among those  worth mentioning are: The Hedley  Trading Co., H. G. Freeman, Palace  Livery Stable, The Hedley Meat Market, L. C. Rolls and Co. and the Bank  of B. N. A. The Gazette also received  a calendar from Innis Bros, of Ashcroft. . This calendar is a photo of the  boys and their fie'ght teams.  TpWA- Wld  BlStrid:. - rs       .,��������������� n- Carmichael,   num .ger of the  " j'-a- ,BiUik of Commerce a't Keremeos was  Miss Blake of Princeton is^peniling  a visitor toYled^ey on-Satufday liS't.  While in  town "Ire arrange for ������"gain C  of "hockey bt-UweCii'the local'boys and-  the    Keicnioo.s   team   for.  Satin day.  They are.  to pi iy Piinceton in Princeton   on New Year'*  Day and  on their  way home will play heic.1  Major Megiaw, Indian Commissioner, of Vernon,-spent Christinas with,  his sister,' Mrs. .S. E. Hamilton. He  arrived in Hedley,on Thuisday even '  ing ��������� from- Penticton : having had to  drive over.   The trip reminded him of  the old stage days.    He. left Penticton  ������  at 7 o'clock and ariived  hereabout?  p.m.    Heleft for Vernon on Mondays  train.  The English Climch , sci vices on  Sunday will long be remembered.  The. church was tastefully decorated  liy the ladies. At the evening service  most pleasing solos were 1 endered hy  Miss Avonia Jones and Mr. A. W.  Jack. The little church was crowded  to the doois at the evening service, 74  being present. Rev. G. D. Griffiths  preached an able sermon at both services. ��������� ���������       - .  At the present time the skating rink  is in better shape than it. ever was Ik -  fore. The ice is in excellent condition and ninny Hedloyites may be  no'en there every night enjoying themselves. There are still a few who have  not as yet purchased tickets and as  the management' intends to charge  25 cents a skat.' to all those who have  not a ticket' it would be well to purchase one nojv if yon intend to do any  skating this year. "'-  -Firebox linings withstand year&otjpijsefjbe-  /cause made of McGlary Semi-Steel.   See a  You'll notice the linings are  made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason-ask the McClary dealer.      64  Sold by HEDLEY TRADING COHPANY  0:MW^mmmmmm&^  CARD OF THANKS  Miss Allen, matron of the hospital  wishes to thank the following for  donations to the hospital. J. J. Armstrong, Keremeos, two boxes apples;  Hedley Union Sunday School, bedroom chair and table linen; Messrs.  Creelman & Lyall box of fruit and  confectionery; F. H. French,.fruit and  confectionery.  Rev. -Mr. Cameron alto extends  thanks to all thoso who so kindly remembered him with flowers and fruit  for Christinas.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the leadings showing temperature; etc., for tlie week  ending. Dec 20 1911:  AT THE  MINK.  Maximum  M  milium  Dec  20  20  -O  21  25  15  .22  25  14  23  33  15  ,  -24  33  12  25  33  15  26  26  7  Average maximum temperature 27."SO  Average, minimum do 10.43  Mean temperature 19.14  Rainfall for the week   00.0 inches.  Snowfall " 1.00        "  COKRBSPOXDING WKKK OK LAST YEAK  Highest maximum temperature 40.  Average maximum do 30.00  Lowest minimum do 17.  Average minimum do 23.14  Mean do 20.57  AT THE MILT..  Maximum Minimum  ..      *]7      ������������������ 0  ������������������:���������.       17 ii  18        .. 9  . ....     23        .. 8  .;     21     ..        12  ..-'������������������     23        .. 10  26 .. 20        .. 17  Average maximum teniperatiue 21.57  Average minimum do 10.43  Mean do 16.00  Rainfall for the week      .0     inches  Snowfall       "       "       I  COIiKESPONDING  WKEIv OK-I,AST VKA11  Highest maximum temperature 45  Average do do 38.2S  Lowest minimum do 19.  Average do do 25.71  Moan do 31.99  ftodisu Trading 60., lid.  &&&&&^&&&^<&-&-&&&&&&<&<&<><>'<>4>-<*~&~&-<&-<>& +-+*&00  WE SELL FRESH GROCERIES  THEY   COST NO   MORE THAN  THE OTHER KIND.  ONE TRIAL  WILL CONVINCE YOU  TAKE YOURS FRESH  Dec 20  21  22  23  24  as  CREELMAN <& LYALL  FRASER. BLOCK - HEDLEY, B.C.  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN^  HEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  WE  DESIRE  TO  THANK  OUR  CUSTOMERS  For their liberal patronage during  the past season and we  wish them all  A Happy and Prosperous  New Yeaa  SUBSCRIBE^ FOR THE GAZETTE  The    Semi-Ready     Clothing;    Store  H. G. Freeman, Proprietor  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE HEDLEY.'iSA.Z'E'JPtE;.   -D-E.C-31 'MM., ...  i '-  '-" **" ' ill * -i "-**"' " li i' "���������"Uil'T j*iilMi*~7W,-'lT)rTin--r~W7l--^ U'Jl"rLl"*Uia|r."]j':" "j^l ' U J". " L"' '"'-*"' J  /:  ^.������������������3-i" ���������-*������-"  v.:-,    ,-7?   *>   --'tfi-  '. ?���������-;  KEREM-EQS'flnfe iCehtrb; of Lower Similkameen���������Famed for Emit Growing  ���������   hit   "'ii  Letter frcm "Emirress of Ireland"  Suminerland���������A souvenir of the Empress of Ireland disaster, which no  doubt will be gieatly prized, reached  Suminerland last night from the dead  letter office, Ottawa. On May 20 one  of our lady cit'zens wrote a "friend in'  Scotland. She thought it strange that  she had not received an .answer, but it  had not occurred to her that her letter had not reached its destination.  The letter was marked "recovered by  ���������divers from the Empi ess of Ireland.".  "While theenvelope will be retained,.  t!he letter will tie rc-foi wauled to the  Scottish friend.  HEDLEY DRUGGIST  ���������PLEASES.'C USTOMERS  Saved by the Panama Canal  According to the Canal Record, the  distance saved by vesse from the  United States in passim.-* through the  Panama canal instead of tho Magellan  route is estimated at 55 miles. If  the average speed of vessels is rated  at 10 knots, tho saving in time at sea  averages 23 days On a bat-is of a per  diem cost of opeiation a sea of 10  cents per net registered ton the average saving in cost of operation per  vessel was $309 per day, o $7110. The  average tolls paid on 4050 tons at $1.������0  per ton were $ I860. The average net  saving per vessel by use of the canal  was accoidingly $2206. ���������New Yoi k  Sun.  Poverty has its advantages and adversity its uses. If you are poor you  can wear out your old clothes. You  are excused from calls, you are not  troubled, with many visitors, bores do  hot bore you, spongers do not haunt  your table. 'No one thinks of present-  ���������-.���������.hieyou ; with"a testimonial. Flatterers do not flatter you. You are saved  many a deception. And lastly, if you:  have a true friend in the world, you  are sure to know it in a short space (>f  time.  F, M. Gillespie, druggist reports  customers greatly pleaded with the  QUICK action "of simple buckthorn  burk, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Ad-  ler-i-ka. This simple remedy drains.  She old fodl matter'from the bowels so  THOROUGH that ONE SPOONFUL  relieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, souro'r gassy stomach. It i-  so powerful that'it-is used successfully  in appendicitis. ��������� Adler-i-ka nevei  gripes and the instant action is surprising.  Tlie London Directory  (Published Annually)  Enables traders throughout the world  to communicate direct  with English  MANUFACTURERS    &   DEALERS  in each class of goods. Besides being  a complete commercial guide to Loi-J.  don and its suburbs, the directory wn ������  tains lists of  . PROVINCIAL 1RADE NOT!CES  of leading manufacturers, merchants,  etc., in the.principal provincial towns  and industrial centres of the United  Kingdom.  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the Goods they ship, and the  Colonial and Foreign Markets they  supply;  A copy of the current addition will  he forwarded , freight paid, on receive  of Postal Order for 20s.  Dealers seeking Agencies can adver-  thcir trade cards for ������1, or larger advertisements from ������3.  iVVAVW'VS  KBJEMEOS-PEIfTlCTOK  ROYALMAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves oh arrival of 0.30  and 4 o'clock trains.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of ,all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  & i l, k: ������  Laige Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOHMY SING, Kereineos  NOTICE  THE   TALE"  OF A  DOLLAR BILL  A citizen went down to spend  Some of his hard earned dough,  And in a merry ���������������������������jest, and just  To show his printing skill,       *  He print6d*his initials-oii  A brand new dollar bill.  He spent that dollar that same day,  Down in a grocery store;  He thought'twas gone forever then  And he'd see it.no more.  But long before the year rolled by  One day he went to fill  A neighbor's order and received  That same dollar bill.  Once more he spent that dollar bill  .  In his own neighborhood, '  Where-it would do himself and friends  The most amount of good.  Four   time in two years  it came back,  As some bad pennies will,  And each  time he'd go.yout and spend  That marked one dollar bill.  Had he been wise that dollar might  Be in town today;  But just two years ago  He sent it fur away.  Tlie people who received it then  I know have got it still.  For 'twas a mail order house  He sent his dollar bill.  No more  will that marked dollar bill  Come into this citizen's town.  And nevermore will it help to pay  The taxes he planks down.  He put it where it never can  Its work it life fulfill;  He brought about the living death  Of that one doliar bill. ���������Ex  The  The London Directoru 6o. Ltd.  25, Abehurch Lane,  London, E. C.  Where Are  Your Xnterestis  T Are they in this community?  IF'Are they among the  people with.whom, you  .. associate...?  ;lr Are they with the  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  ' business ?   ' .  SiariLKA.MKKN'LAXD DISTRICT  DISTKICT OK  VAI.K     .  TAKK notice that l, Halliburton Two-Idle.-of,  Kereineos, 11, C. occupation. Hotel  Keeper, 'intends 'to apply for uorinUsion to  purchase thc following described lands:-  Oonuneiicing at a- post 'planted about two  miles-cast of the north-cast corner of lot 29],  thence 'JO chains north: thence 80 chains east  cnenco '10 chains south: thence 80 ohains west  to thopointof commencement, and containing  UK) acres.  11A TjL IBU11TOX T WKIMLK  -November MithlHl I 4'>-10  a happy and  prosperous  NEW YEAR  Is Our Wish To You.  FRANK   RICHTER   ESTATE  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEKX LAXD DISTKICT  DISTKICT 01'' VALE  TAKK notice that I, Lytton Wilmot Shut  lord of Vancouver. B. C occupation  Banker, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described 'lands:-.  Commencing at a post planted 20 chains an :  west from the south-west corner of Indian  Kescrve No 2. nonrtho nionthof Tweuty-mile  Creek, thence west. ������&3chUin������,"thchcc south 20  chains, thence east 20 chains, thence north 20  chains to pointof commencement, containing  10 acres. '���������:   '  Lytton* "Wilmot SiiA-1-ionn  by Francis Henry French, ft-jent.  October 10th lilll.       -,40-1  NOTICE  ���������If'sii," you.want to know what is happening in this community. You want  to know the goings and comings'of  the'people with whom you associate,  the little news items of your neighbors'  and friends���������now, don't you?  ���������That is what this paper gives you  in"every��������� i.ss'ue.' ft is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the intcicsLs of this  town. Is your name on our subscription lists?    If not you owe it  'to yourself to see that it is put  tli-'iv.    To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  SiaitLKAJIEEX'LAXD DISTRICT  DISTKl'JT OK VA1.1*  TAKE notice that I,  ���������*���������        nor of Penticton.  Howard Abbot   Tur-  occupation "Bond Su-  perintcnt,  intend  to; apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at ii post planted adjacent to  the south-west corner', of Indian Reserve xo, 2,  near thc mouth of Twenty-mile creek, thence  west 20 chains, thence-south 20 chains, thence  cast 20 chains, thence'' north 20 chains to point  of commencement, containing 10 acres  HowaiutAbbot Tuknei'  by Francis Henry French agent.  October 13th Mill.  Good /yior-rii'ng:'!'  lA/eare Introducing  American.Silk  American .'Cashmere  American Cotton-Lisle  HOSIERY  They have stood the test. Give  real foot comfort. No seams to  rip. Never "become loose or  baggy. The shape is knit in���������-  not pressed in.  GUARANTEED for fineness  style, superiority of material  and workmanship. Absolutely  stainless. Will wear six months  without holes, or new ones free.  OUR SPECIAL OFFER  to every one sending us $1.00 in  currency or postal note, to cover  advertising and shipping charges  wo wilf send post-paid with written guarantee, hacked by a five  million dollar -.-ninpnny, either  3 Pairs of our 75c. Value  American Silk Hosiery  or        4 Pairs of our SOc. Value  Anieiican Cashmere. Hosiery  or       4 Pairs of our SOc Value  American Cotton-Lisle Hosiery  or       6 Pairs of Children's Hosiery  Give the color, size, and whether Ladies or Gent's Hosiery is  desired.  DON'T DELAY���������Offer expires  when a dealer in your locality is  selected.  ' '   ��������� ���������.   " ���������  The International' Hosiery  P.O. Box 211  DAYTON, OHIO, U. S. A  For this work we are better equipped than  any other office in 'the district and one of  finest stocks of paper we ever had. Om  type is new and up-to-date. We are prepared to execute all orders entrusted to us  in   a workmanlike  manner   and   in  short  notice.  We Guarantee Satisfaction  IN  Letterheads  Bill Heads  Statements  Memorandums  Note Heads  Envelopes  Circulars, Programs  Posters, Dodgers,  Circulars, Invitations  Pamphlets, Blank Forms,  Receipts and Checks  Co.  I  Wedding Stationery, Cake  Boxes, Cards, Etc., can be  obtained here.  All Orders Neatly and Promptly Exuceted  -yarrCT?*������"'  2C&-.  te'^assag  When   Writing-  Advertisers  Mention this Paper.  kkkik^^yk  Please  P. O. Box 48  HEDLEY, B. C  l';l  ��������� 11  Jl  liMflwiiliilMlL'llli  'iMMIil  dMMUahi  MOfe


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