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The Hedley Gazette Jan 7, 1915

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 AND SIMILKAMEEN  ���������' Volume X.     Number^*1.j->p  DVERTISER.  .!~*j������    J" ���������  HEDLEY,. B.C., THUESDAX,V.MMUAE,Y IJ&ter-   / ^ f������-  $2.00, In Advance  ���������**&-.-* j  N. TUOMl'SO.V PHONK SKYM01TR 594''  MGR. WKSirKRN CANADA %  ^-i'tammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices anil Warehouse, 817-63 Bentty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  C  L  SUICIDE IN PENTICTON  Elgin C. Myers, Charged With Shooting-,  Takes Own Life  A. F. & A. M.  REGUJjAR monthly meetings of  'Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. V. & A. M.,  ai-e held on tho second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall. Hedley. Visiting  brethicn are coidially invited to attend.  A. CREELMAN,  ' W. M  V H. G. FREEMAN  Secretary  L. O. L.  Kcinilar monthly meetings, of  Hedley Lodge 1744 are held on  the third Monday in cv cry  month in Fiateinity Hall.t Visit  ing brethern are cordially united to attend.  S. KNOWLES, W. M,  "LC. P. DALTON, Scc't.  dr: j. l. masters  \    S\-'l. DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  .* Office  on  North   Main   Street.  R.  IP.  BROWN  Britjsh Columbia Land Surveyor  ���������: rr. ;���������?���������    '  Tnr. No:-78 *    P. 0. DnaWru 100  PENTICTON,  B. C.  Penticton���������The final chapter of the  Penticton anonymous letter episode  came Sunday night when ElginO.Mey-  ers, formerly secretiny of the Kettle  Valley Railway company here, shot  himself in his room above the Canadian Pacific railway depot,    '  Meyers had faced a preliminary  trial some weeks ago on a charge of  firing into the Aquatic club building  one night when citizens weie bidding'  farewell to members of the Rocky  Mountain rangers leaving for camp at  Victoria with the second contingent.  Two men weie wounded by the bullets.  It was alleged that Meyeis had shot  his room mate, J. H. McCoy, formerly  manager, of the Bank of Hamilton  heie and a member of the contingent.  For some months anonymous letters  reflecting on the character of McCoy  had been sent to prominent residents  and placards were posted up throughout the district. Suspicion pointed to  Meyeis as the person responsible. The  preliminary trial on the shooting  bound him over for trial to be held on  January 13,  The young man took hi*" life about  6 o'clock by firing a bullet through the  heart from a rifle. He was found lying on his bed.  LEAD STRUCK ON ARGO  -.���������r-^+efZur '���������  ���������H������JNU' > -t-r-ffr-jiMIWU  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL KNGINKF.R.AND BRITISH  . COLUMBIA LAND SURVEY OR  Star Building       -       Princeton  ��������� WalterClayton  Banister, Sohutoi, Etc'  MONEY TO .LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C  TEMPERANCES ADVOCATES IN'PENTICTON  Setting, on Root Movement for Vote Un-  ���������* .*' _." derj?rovisions of Canada      < -  - '-"^"���������t-i-~reTMpe'mrTc*rHc'tr '"���������"*"~  After six yeais of work, in which *  tunnel extending into'tlie mountain  for 1200 feet has been diiven, the oper-  ations on the Argo tunnel have been  rewarded with success! Some days  ago a fine lead of gold-bearing quartz  was^encountcied, and While at present  no details of the values have been  given out, the president of the company says he is mmcj than satisfied  with the turn events had takerr. The  lead had a width ot live feet. Probably no other mining company in the  province has shown Miph indomitable  perseverance in the face of adveise  circumstances than the above, and the  news of the sti ike will be welcomed  by " the stockholder and people of  Greenwood generally. J The situation  of the mine is a peculiarly fi.vor.ible  one, a distance of onlyj.'i few hundred  feet separating the poftal of the tunnel from the smelter of the B.C. Copper Company.  HOCKEY MATCH  Kereineos Beats Hedley in a Fast, Clean  Game by Score of 6 to 5.  CONCRETE WORK FINISHED  Abutments and  Pier NoLw in  Readmess  for Construction of Badge Across  Tulameen River  Y  GREAT' NORTHERN  HOTEL  '    HEDLEY B.C.- *   ���������  Bar and Table the.Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  's TonsbrJal Parlors  Fbr a Oood. Haircut  and^ Shave  First-class Line of Cigars, Tobacco  and Soft Drinks always  orr hand  HILLIARD <& TOPLEY  *���������������������������������������������-,���������  | Grand Unio  I Hote  at- '���������'  /���������    .^Temperance "advocates in .Penticton  aie setting on foot a movement to circulate a petition calling*for a temperance vote hero urjdei. the^piovisions of  the Canada Temperance Act, better  known asithe'Scolt'Act.    "     ,"    -  Believing that Oregon and Washington states in voting'fbr locol option  have set ,a.precedent which Biitish  Columbia ought to follow, they plan  to place the new federal district, embracing the provincial*constituencies  of Greerrwood, Grand Forks, Siniilkaineen arid Okanagan, in ihe *',diy'"list.  To do tiiis .i.t is.necessary to present  ,i petition signed by 25 per cent'of llnj  provincial electors on the lists, which  are. used by the Dominion government  asWell, asking for a vote. .'A. majority vote for,the abolition of liquor is  sufficient- to put this district into the  "'dry''column.-     ... t ... .,  ��������� The Scott-Act provides, .that such,  votes may be taken in any Dominion;  constituency, and following such a  vote.no second vote on the'same issue  can be held witlrih three yeiirs;'' 'Cities  are excepted from the votes', so' therefore Vernon, Kelowna', 'Armstrong  and Enderby would hot take nny'part  in the contest, if there was one.   ?  By the end of the week the concrete  abutments and prei for the Kettle  Valley railway biidgep'icioss lie Tulameen river will be finished. For the  past two months aiiout 25 men were  employed and this in itself has provided a snug little payroll for the  town. It requited 700 cubic yards of  concrete for the job. *j������The bridge has  two 100-foot spans arrdjis 16 fert above  the water.    The bridge proper, will be  TV 'w-boct '"-XlTOfri^VoY^evXaowe truss  t  design.     The material/will be shipped  . I  in,  and the work will' be commenced  on it within a week or ten days.     The  concrete  work   was  carried on under  the  supervision   of  W. E. Conroy for  Guthrie, McDougall &,Oo.  The  steainsho\el .will   be   working  close to town within another couple of  week.��������� Star.     , )     _���������t  On Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock  the first hockey match of the season  was played at the local link. Keremeos and Hedley weie the opposing  teams and the game was one of the,  best every seen at the local rink. Both  teams ..were out for victory and were  about evenly matched, although Keremeos had the edge on the local boys  in the combination play.  Keremeos had just won from Princeton 14 to 2 the day before and wherr  they werrt on the ice they were confident of victory. They wert; also one  man short and were allowed to play  Neil of Hedley, an old boundary league  star*, who strengthened up the team  considerably. The visitors, took the  nrcosine of the local winning by a  6 to 5 sco'"e.  Three fifteen minute peiiods were  agreed on before the start of the game  and as neithei team was in the pink of  condition was quite long enouglit.  Quite a number turned out; to witness the match and they were given  lots of thrills.  The game was clean from start to  finish only one penalty being handed  out, Neil getting-four minutes.  Homer McL'can refneed the game  giving the best of satisfaction to both  teams..  The game was anybodys until the  final gong rang first, one team and  then the othei being in the lead and  the  winning goal  was scoiedin   the  ACCIDENT   AT    NICKEL   PLATE  Clarence Hawkins Has Skull Crushed by  Falling Rock.  On Sunday night a serious accident  occurred in the No. 3 Iev< 1 of the Nickel Plate mine when Clarence Hawkins^ had the misfortune to be hit on  the head by a rock that had broken  loose fiorrr the roof.  He was hi ought down to the hospital on Monday morning and at,the  time of writing is in a very low condition and little hope rs held out for  his recovery.  The lock weighed about 100 pounds  and struck Hawkins square an the  head ciushing the whole upper part of  the skull.  The young man is a "Cousin Jack"  and has been in Hedley about a year.  It is not known whether he has any  relatives- in this country 01 not.  Litest leports as we go to press  stite that the young man is out of  danger; the wound not having been as  seiious as at first thought.  -7$\  MINING NOTES  It is lumoied around Greenwood  that .1 few nun aie to be put to woik  at the Mother lode mine eaily this  year.      ^  Development woik is being rallied,  on without interruption at VuigC  Camp and the B. C. Copper Company  at Piiucess Camp. Additional men  will be employed at both places when  spring opens.  Hard times have brought, a levival  in placer mining.     Several parties are  last half minute of play., ,5j    -���������,  LAND OPENED FQ,R   v y*,^, <>   *      or uu     ,  1 '      "'   ' .    SETTLEMENT   rr,,","t'"* *���������*���������"������������������>  ���������������"���������-'*-"  Most of Provincial  Land Thrown Open  Was On South "Fork of  Fraser Riyer v  DREADNOUGHTS OF lol5  The new British battleships, of  which delivery is piomished befoie  the end of ,the present year, are ai  follows :  Displacement   Speed  Ship Tons  Queen Elizabeth 27,500  Warspite  Viliant  Barham  Malaya  Resolution.  Knots Guns  JJ5'  8 15-in.  . ., 16 6-in.  29,000      22.5  10 15-in,  16 0-iu  HEDLEY;  British Columbia  ������  ff  at  at  at  at  jj������ Bar Stocked with Best Brands  K - - - -  a?  K  a?  at  K  at  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  of Liquor and Cigars  -5  X  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  .SJ  X  X  X  X        tjl  A.   WINKLER, - Proprietor.  X  X  X  R������5>?!������������*5������S������������5������t*lS5tSH������S������?������B������������*M'.������C������H*i*t������  KOLL   ME   A .GAME   AT   ROLLS  ��������� -A thousand claims have been staked  at llu'tliei'glen, 40 miles east of North  Bay, on the strength -of.some samples  containing an appreciable quantity of  platinum. There are 'some other  metals found in the ore, but it is in  platinum that the greater value lies.  An old prospector has been w'brk-  ing these claims in the Gneiss and  Granite as a forlorn hope for years.  Siune months ago a business man in  North Bay was induced to take some,  samples and send them to some platinum refiners in .Pittsburg. They  found the results so highly interesting  that they sent out their own representative to Ruthergleii, and it is understood that they have bought considerable quantities of the (ire. ������������������.::....  Rarrrillies   ' " " "  Revenge " "       -.. "���������  Royal Sovereign     " " "  Canada ��������� 28,000        23 1014-in.  KiO-in.  The German fleet contains, and will  in the course of tho new year contain,  not a single vessel to compart; with  the above���������however hard they may  work in German shipyards. In the  course of- twelve months the Grand  Fleet will be strengthened by eighty  15-in. guns, 10 14-in guns and lfiO more  6-in.' guns, all mounted in ships representing tlie last word   in naval design.  TRAINS BY JUNE 1st  Princeton���������The Board of Trade has  received a communication from the  Penticton board stating that according  to a statement made by Mr. Bury,  while there some time ago, about  April 1st the Kettle Valley railway  will start laying steel and ballasting  on the unfinished portions, and will be  running trains over the line by June  first.  During the year 1911 "there ' were  opened to settlement by pre-emption  111,410 acres of reserve land. "'Of this  area 90,700 acres represented Ciown  lauds on the south fork of the Fiasei  river and lands in the vicinity of Kennedy lake, Chtyoquot district, which  were withdrawn fiorrr settlement  pending sin vey. The remaining 23,71������  acres were made up of logged off lands  which weie subdivided throughout  the year. The major portion of these  lands were distributed beween East  and West Kootenay. but expansive  areas were also' opened orPtlie'Salmon  river in the Say ward district and near  the' PovveH -river and Lund irr New-  Westminister district. As certain of  the lands were sub-divided into sinall  holdings*, there were olfered altogether in these reserved areas 979 pre-emptions, and with the exception of a few  specially favored localities there were  more pre-emptions olVering than were  settlers to take them.  As a result of examinations and  surveys carried on during the fall, it is  the intention of the. Lands Department to open very considerable areas  of logged-olf and reserved lands in the  spring, so that settlers will have a full  season.to prepare for the winter.  During the .year 1914 there were upwards of -1000 pre-emption records issued from the several commissioners'  offices throughout the province. This  shows substantial gain..over the previous year. The figures have doubled  since 1910, when the total issue was  2,019, and. have increased four fold  since 1907, when the total was returned at 930,  Taking 125 acres as an average holding under the pre-emption record, the  work accomplished by the Lands Department during'the past year means  that   the   settlement   of   the   vacant  aser anil  Thompson rivers, and two new stiikes  have  been   made  where-it  is   stated  good   pay   has   been    obtained.      At  Thompson Sidirur on the north side of  the Thompson rivei, asLcam pumping  plant has been installed to raise water  to   wash a bench   where,  in a  clayey  deposit,    considerable   fine   gold   has  been   obtained,     On   thu  b.us of  the  Columbia liver, north  of Revelstock,  placet, mining is going on, and par ties  are also  repotted .it work on the Pine  and Peace livers,    A  Vancouver syndicate   is putting in  a small hydiaulic  plant at Granito, rn tho Similkjuuei-n,  and   has brought out nice samples of  gold and platinum obtained there.    It  is estimated that through  the increased activity in placer mining  in the Siniilkaineen   the output  of placer gold  from that section this season is about  $20,000���������a   considerable    increase   on  recent years.     Jlr.   Gilbert  Blair   of  Vancouver',   who recently visited-that  district,   hi ought in with   him a. largo  sample  of    platinum,  obtained   from  Mr. Cook, and which   will be forwarded to the  Pai-iaiiia-1'acilic Exposition,  to be held at San Francisco.  Crown Lands is now proceeding at the  rate of half a million acres per annum  under this heading alone.  Another outstanding feature of the  past year's land administration has  been the very marked advance in the  number of Crown Grants issued for  lands acquired under pre-emption  holdings. This means that a niuch  greater number of settlers have improved their lands sufficiently to take  title, and a very considerable acreage  has been added to the agricultural  area of the province.  With the improved conditions which  will follow the operation of the throe  new railway systems, an even greater  advance may be expected next year in  the matter of land settlement. Good  markets and free lands will work wonders within the next few years in British Columbia.  -vi" ���������  , v.'i* '  Tf -I  f-  ,i.       .-I  h '   "  ^S  _f*M~  --yssSL  fc  f  :iiM^^^S:y:VMlf^ ��������� r=y-  T  THE HBDIEY'GAZETTE JAN 7, 1615  -��������� ^7T  Sbe Ifedley ~ **"  Similkameen Advertiser.    -"������  ^jfijtS^miglife- happeaj?r-*5fhe<,-<3������nadiaiis  would' doubtless .'perfev   France, .but  s-,-, ^ ������ *%     *."        - ������   .*"*v,  ^^jBghtiip^'jiu. j^yptjor A������**j.p.:in.iT  be quite.-worLhyof Bheir steel.  Subscriptions in Advance ,-  Pti Yen.   ���������     ���������  Sit'*  'J. HI  "   ( United States)   Advertising Rates  Moiwiireinoiit. 1- linos to tlie Inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, ������1.00 for one Insertion. M cent* for  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch,  10 cents per line Tor llrst iiinertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  TnuiKtontH payable in-advance.  Curliliciite of lin|ii'o\ernents ������10.1.0  (Where more than one claim appeiiih  in notice, tyl.iO for wieh additional  claim.)  W.M. C. MARTIN. MananiriK Hditar.  rTnll Moon  Last qu.ir  10  191 i-  New Moon  10  ("irst quar.  ���������21.  1914  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Tlui. Fri. Sat.  o  13  20  7  11  21  28  I  S  15  22  29  0  10  23  3d  3  10  17  21  32  4  11  18  2n  o  12  19  20  PASSING    OF    FORTIFICATIONS  NEUTRAL AND CONTRABAND  Thit'o  incidents connected  with tho  United States protest  in favor of neutral shipping  are reported   in to day's  dispatches.      One   is   the    reh use   by  Great Britain  of American  nil ships,  which have been detained in England.  Another is   the strict order.and warning issued  from   Washington  against  false  or  delusive   manifests   and   the  secret shipments   of contraband goods  along with regular caifoes.  The thiid  is  the arrest and  dt Lotion   in New  York  of several  German  officers and  reseivibts,   who   were  bound   to Germany in a neutral ship,  and were provided   with fraudulent passports  purporting    to   come*   fiom   the    United  Slates Government,  and representing  ������������������t4ie--lH-.iiier*4*'-be-.-U;iit'.-dJ3ta.tes.������;Ui---  zeus.     The Philadelphia German who  forged    the  passports  and   conspired  with, the German officers ior;lheir use  has also been arrested.     Two or three  days ago  the British government had  information  which would   have led to  detention at sea of n steamship bound  from   the  United  States  to Holland.  But as  the ship  had   on   board   the  United States minister to The Netherlands, the Admiralty, out of courtesy,  did not board her.    Afterwards it was  learned that she had on board several  . German officers and soldiers, all provided with bogus American passports.  These  things will  convince President  "Woodrow Wilson  that neutral states  have duties as well ,as rights.  It is a pr etty safe guess that nation*  will in tho future not place much dependence on the efficacy of a land  forties's to stop the advance of an  enemy. Antwerp and Namur were  demolished by the battel ing power of  the enormous guns of the Germans.  These fortresses were thought capable,  of resisting any attack.  After all the Allies have found that  the only dependable foi tress is the  human wall, it may sway and give  giound when the time is'opportune  but it will come back and batter its  way forw'aid again. It is a fortress  that moves iiackward and forward to  meet ihe exigencies of the occasion.  Solid walls are not mobile, enough.  There is imne of that power to bend  and conn: rebounding back such as we  see in the human fortress line now  stietching across Belgium and France.  There must be elasticity in the foit-  ress: it must be capable of bending  without breaking. And so we see the  great land fortress has passed out of  u-efulness with the coming of the  great guns. They are capable of delaying tho progress of the enemy for a  shm t time only. Perhaps irr this they  pel formed aieal service on behalf of  the Allies.  ������?��������� *;   lutmtiav'or t*ai.k* ���������>     ���������������.,*"*'".  MKTKICT Of TALK  TAKB not.ie,7 tlia   I Francis Henry JFwmoh  x        or* Hcdjfcy ,li. C��������� occupation. Merchant,  The Convenience of a  Joint Accbiint  z#:  to a" p  '; for'bertniisbiod to .purfcooBO  the following dcflcribed lands:-  intend  i<- foi  Commencing at at post planted adjacent to  the HOiith-wost corner of Indian Hoscrvc No.2.  near' the mouth . ot tho Twenty-mile Croek,  tlience iiorth"20 cliains, tlience west'20 chainx,.  thence KOUtli 20 cliains thence east 20 chiiiim to  point of eoHinicnccrncnt, containing 40  acres.  Francis IIknhv Fkknoii.  October l!~lth 1914   ., 40-10  IS?  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  lories and in a portion of tho Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years afc an annual rental of SI an  acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Auent  of the district in which the rights applied for  are situated. >  In surveyed territory the land must bedes-  cribed by sections, or legal sub-division lof,  sections, andin.unsurveyed territory tho tfaot  applied for shall bo staked out by the applicant  himself.  *"ach application mu9t be accompanied by a  fee of So which will bo refunded if t e rights  applied for arc not available, bu no otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on t merchantable output of the mine afc the rate live cents  per ton  Tho person operating the mine shal furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable coal mined  A   JOINT Account ^irn'ay; be opened in the names of  two  or  more  persons/ . .Whichever .one  can  most conveniently reach the-bank can then deposit  the joint' funds and withdraw the cash needed. It  saves time and trouble.  78 Years in Business.  Hedley Branch,  Capital and Surplus $7,884,000. *  C. P. Dalton,  Manager  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE IN  NEED OF  and Day the royalty thereon.  ing rights are not being operated, such returns  sworn returns accounting for  blc coal mincer  If the coal min  id  should be furnished afc least once    year.  Tho lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whafcover available surface rights may  be considered necessary for the working of tho  mine afc the rate <-f?10.00 an acre  For full  information applica  bhou    be  SIR RICHARD'S MESSAGE  PROSPECT'S IN EGYPT  If Turkish troops are marching on  Suez they will be likely to eonie into  contact with the Australian and,New  Zealand contingents numbering some  25,000 men, who are in Egypt.    It was  suggested   th������t   .these 'soldiers  were  landed in  Egypt because the winter  climate there would be more suitable  for their training.    We may now sup-  . pose  that Lord Kitchener had other  reasons.     From  the beginning there  was reason ��������� to   believe that   Turkey  would inter yene.   Her bogus purchase  of the German fugitive cruisers established  good grounds of .suspicion, and,  Turkish protests of friendliness would  not be likely to deceive Lord Kitchener,  whose experience in   Egypt   has  given  him a fair acquaintance with  Otterman methods.     In normal times  the British   army   of  occupation   in  Egypt is 6,000 men,   Jtfo information  has been given out,  but it is probable  that long before this the British force,  has been strengthened from India, as  well as from Australia and New Zealand and perhaps from Great Britain.  The native Egyptian army numbers  only 17,000 men.    It has been suggested several times that Canadians might  be   transferred    fronr    Salisbury   to  Egypt.    In case more men are needed  The Premier's New Year review of  the activities of the province show*  that the value of British Columbia  products were little, if any, less than  the previous year, and more than the  recent average. Mineral produce decreased from $30,000,000 to $2(1,000,000,  owing partly to lower price*. The  value of fish taken is said-to be the  laigest on record. Lumher'statistics  are not yet available, but there i6 r  -eonsiderfibje deci'frtse. Fiii-EFrpi-oductW -JL'������2  increased from .$24,000,000 to'$27,006,-  000. It would appear that the province has pi,oducc,d-.mnre than-the aver-  age. Certainly the people have spent  less. Taking as a whole the province  is improving its financial' position  pinch faster than when the people  thought they were growing rich.  _ .. ..          ipi  made to the Secretary of the Departmcn of  the Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agen tor Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  ,W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister o  the Interior .  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Ticket.*  Milk Ticket.-  Ball Progri mis  Posters  TR.Y1US.  Dodders, Dates  Circulars  Lnvitations  Business Cards  i-.ils (if Fare  MciiM-' Heads  I-inter Wrapper  ''* isiting Cards  Wk GIVE SATISFACTION.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication  tiscmont will nob be paid for.  dver  9-6m  h*h:  fjjjpii^iTIl^llllllllI^  P"  Better than Ringing  toor-bells..,....-.  The Princess Patricias .have, been in  action and have won the praise of the  Bi itish. regulars. Canada has confidence that the thousands of volunteers from the Dominion who will  soon join them will give an equally  gopd account of .themselves .when  .they Aie' given the opportunity to  ru.eet the enepuy ,to which they uro  looking forward so eagerly.  #rmt-:  f A   PIANO, manufacturer recently made a house-  jr* to-house canvass. He's one of those men with  an absurd fear of the "waste-circulation" bugaboo  ���������cannot get away from the haunting thought that  i 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-canvassing  ���������inviting people  to come  to  his piano  recitals,  . Then he wondered why they didn't come.  There is some fashion for  every man, all fashions are  not suitable to each individual taste.  The best dressed man is he  who knows the limitations,  and who d i s c r e e 11 y keeps  within j them, tempering each  style to his own type���������adapting, rather than adopting.  Semi-ready Clothes will fit  you���������fit you shapely and perfectly���������that we guarantee absolutely���������the cloth patterns  are in good form, and will be  appreciated by gentlemen.  Suits at $15 to .$35; the  label in the pocket denotes  the cost of the woollens���������the  real worth of the garment.  H. G. FREEMAN,  liediey  .!������������������  'This is why:  He tcasn'l rsaJcxpii^, jthe 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 ft .rule, it wasn't  the right person���������it was a servant, or a  child. The woman of the hpuse was seldom  seen; the n-ian of the house, never.  Now, if the piano maker had placed ah  ad. in the newspaper, it would have reached  thousands, where the canvassers could  reach only hundreds.  And even though only 10 per ccajt of the  readers sire 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,  hut 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���������-^nd pretty soon.  there'll he a piano in that home..  This and dozens of similar cases which,  might he cited to show that "waste cu>  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 moat astonishingly ,to influence the house that has  made up its mind that horse-trucking is  top costly and inefficient,  Advice regarding your advertising problems is available  .through .(my recognized Canadian advertising agency, or the  Secretary of the' Canadian Press Association, Room 503  Lumsden Bldg., Toronto. Enquiry involves no obligation  on your pari^~so write if interested.  \l^^^i^^l%^^2i\^i\^^^^^^^^^^4^^^M\^^^^^>^^^^2i\^tl\^i\^l^^^^^Mi  1  if  nib Z ���������* '^T* T&JTfKZ  ~lr  I'St  t  *&s  rgg &m.LEV ���������.qA%&tyy7JJA������>7i 1915-  \\  1  r  I''  ,'i  V?  {  TE JUMILllRfiGERT *  The Celebrated  English K Boot  "���������     For Sale Here  ijIAS. STEWART k CO.  Town and Wstr4#.  LADIES'COATS,  SUITS and DR.ESSES  . To Measure  >     '  Samples of goods, arrd Fashion  Plates of* Ladies' Suits, Dresses,  and Winter Coats may be seen at  | HEDLEY SHOE STORE f  g Agents for Rex Tailoring Co. $  j������ Suits Cleaned   and Pressed at j������  at Reasonable Charges X  ^fefefetefeJtfe^fefefeftfetefeltttfeMtfr*'*^  ft  ff  2  at  ������*  ft*  ft*  *c  -ft*  ���������af  K  at  K  at  XMAS & NEW jj  YEAR CARDS!  From 50c a dozen to 50c each  Leather   Goods . and  Picture Frames       x  x  I fiedleu Druo&BookStore f  If Hedley,B.C. %  PfUfl6E:    _ .  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  HKDLEY   B. C.  H A pood stock of Horses and Rigs oh  Hand,    1 Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  .-JuijHjnrkson  left   on. Monday    for:'  ��������� y^ncoujrer.      ���������   j__   _ ..- ^.,  School' re-opened on Monday.- after  "   '" --,,-V���������" ���������'-'       -  the Christmas holidays. -    '  >��������� ... .  ���������Prof. Warren Glaze left on Monday  for Portland for a coirple of weeks'  vaca'tipn.  The new train schedule went into  effect the.first of the weeK.,.Mondays.  Wednesdays and Fridays are the mail  days. - . ;  On Tuesday evening the Hedley  Band turned out arrd serenaded Tim  Griffin. Tim is beginning to feel some!  of the joys of married life."  Are you going to attend the masquerade ball ?' " If so,- you need a costume. Order one riow'froni Freeman  and be sure and* have a suit ready.  Suits from $1.00 up. -  A social dance "was held irr Fraternity hall on Saturday evening for Miss'  Avonra Jones, who is leaving for Vic-'  toria this week to attend school. The  party broke up about midnight.  Last week the harvesting of the ice  crop was begun. Nearly everyone now'  has his icehousc'full and the people'  are more contented than they were  this time last year as all their ice had  to be shipped it. The ice this year  is about eighteen.inches thick arrd is  the best thut has been harvested heie  for a number of years.  The Princeton'Pierrot Troupe, which  gave an entertainment in Fraternity  hall, under the auspices of" the St.  John's Church building committed  on Monday evening scored another  success. A large number turned out  and. the-hall -wiis comfortable, filled.'  After paying all expenses the committee report a surplus of $20.00.  Tl.e Great Northern has a crew of men  at work  repairjng-the ti estle over the,  Twenty-mile canyon,   They-expect-to,'  .y  _   . .    .<-.'.  - .   '       - '?{  Britain isiflnet.   J������he fiJijus was,doubly.  r '���������.'        "#?i      rC"*". -*'       " 7"  "mtewslir.j^bemg'shown^jnow when to  -"..-'- '7** ,������*     V.-'-*."''     /'-"      '      **'*'.--���������"-���������)'  mjicb respiinsilJjlitTCjIs resting orr the,  fleet. ���������  -GBN )EK ALf JOTOT J l^.GS  The Princeton  Star- entered, on .it?  sixteenth  year-of< publicatiorr on Jan.  ' *    -*      **  . -        .-  first. ' "May-the pilpiir grow and Hour/  ish in the years to come. .   1 Two inembers of the Canadian veterinary corps*, incarcerated iir'the Tr-wei  ;of London ffpr,''(idj.*������oi'derly conduct,  ;brokc_ their   window   bars,    escaped  \vhen   the guard ...was being changed,  ... * .v. -  and returned to camp.     These are the  .first escapes from  the tower recorded  ��������� )i       ,  for a full century,'  11  Hon. Robert 'Rodgers- announced  jubt before leaving for the east that  the "government of Canada had been  instructed by the Russian government  to purchase for'it in Canada 2(),(K)0  saddles at $72.50 each. This order will  be divided among the saddle manufacturers of Canada.i  A large cargo of copper, which is  said to have been shipped to Den mark  by a Ger man-American in an attempt  to smuggle it-through that country to  Germany by means of false bills of  lading was seized by the'Danish authorities.  Construction records are being brok-  r >  en by .the contractors for the great  Rodger's Pass tunnel, which is likely  to be finished many mouths before the  specified time. In November, 815 feet  of the pioneer tunnel was run, the  best previous boring for thirty days  having been 800 feet. Two fifths of  the. pioneer-: shrift 'has already been  driven.  Gratis are extra durable. -Gml^rat^ is du-  Jr%K|^ Woodigrafe#the moain&dem type.  Office of Dominion Express Gorapanu.  WOOD   FOR   SALEl  Phone 14.     ���������    D. J.  ljrJNI������'   .   Proprietor.  This Is YOUR  Newspaper.  ���������   1 1  Get Full Vaitie  ��������� 11��������� ���������     l ���������i������������iiii ���������^���������������^������n m,,m   ���������   HW������������������^     ; i|i i  "'     ��������� 1 "��������� ���������'��������� fill    ���������������^*��������� ������������������ tmmi   livmmtmnm^ff,  From It  By HOLLANP.  THIS paper is yours. It is  what you make it' It  will serve you as well as yog  will let it And ii is only  through the united .force of  the big family of renders that  such a paper Is possible nt  such a price.  But do you get all orrt of  the paper that you can get-  all that yon 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 you 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  be finished "here'in a few days. ��������� ��������� /They  jH*ill go from here'to Princeton where  'some repair* are to, .;be made to both  'the.���������l>ridge a.cirpss. the -.i-iyer and the  tunnel a short distance west of thut  towrr. .-  The' regular annual dance will be  held-at Jack' Thynn's ranch,' Otter  Valley, on the evening of January  22nd, in aid of the Belgian destitute.  Tickets will be $2 and ladies free. Two  suppers will-be seived, one promptly  at 6 o'clock in the-evening and the  other- at midnight. It is expected  there will be a good attendance from  both Princeton and Hedley.  The .Advent of the coming of. the  new year was fittingly celebruted in  Hedley. The Hedley.Brass Band turned; out' and played the old year out  and the new year in'. Both the whistles  on the power house and mill were tied  down for five minutes and fireworks,  revolvers and anything that would  make-a noise was used to herald in the  New Year. '���������'"' ���������''��������� '"' "?i  ��������� On Monday rifternoyn the,people of:  Hedley had a pleasant surprise when  Tim Griffin canj.e.in on the afternoon  train from Princeton with his bride.  The bride came all the way across the  continent to meet her sweetheart*and  oir her arrival here was met at the  station by Tim. The happy couple  immediately left for Princeton where  the nuptial knot whs tied, returning  to Hedley on the afternoon-train. The  Gazette joins in wishing them a long  and happy married life.  The patrons of the Star Theatre  were given a couple of treats last  week. Orr Wednesday arid Thursday  evenings the pictures were particularly good. The feature of the evening*  was a four-real photo play of Zigamor,  or The Peiils of Pauline Brouqiiet,  the detective. This is one of the best  films that has ever beerr shown in  Hedley and Mr. Fraser is to be congratulated for securing it. On Friday  and Saturday evenings pictures of the  British fleet in.maneuvers of Splithead  in 1911 were shown. This film drew a  large crowd both evenings as the residents of Hedley wished to gain some  idea of  the size and power of Great  For the secord time in three years a  complete counterfeiting plant has been  discovered in the Missouri State Penitentiary. The complaint of-a convict  who had received one of the counterfeit half dollars led to the discovery.  The Granby Company is ^operating  four furnaces ~a>J the Grand' ^Forks'  smelter. To kelp these in;operation  .requires the'servuees of about 220 men.  METEOROLOGICAL,  The following are the readings showing temperature' etc., for .the week  ending. Dec 26 191<t:  ' ' ; AT THE MINK.  Maximum       'Minimum  ���������1. 20 -5  25       ... 15  25       ... U  33       ..-������������������        15  33 12  33 15  ���������26 7  Average maximum temperature 27.���������6  Average minimum do        10.43  Mean temperature 19.14  Rainfall for the week    00.0 inches.   ���������  Snowfall *��������� LOO  coRBrtsroNDrNO wkbk of last tear  Highest maximum temperatnre 40;  Average maximum do 36.00  Lowest minimum .do!        17.  Average minimum .do 23.14  Dec-20  21  22  23  24  25  26  Mean  do  29.57  ...   .......      -AT THE MIIX.  Maximum     ,   Minimum  Dec 20 .:        17       " 0  21 .���������--.���������/       17       .. 11  22 ..      ���������  18       .. ������  .   .23     ���������,..-..         23       ..'.'            8  '24           ..         .24 ..            12  25 ���������������������������"..         23 .-.'���������           16  .       26           ...���������-.      29 .. ���������.          17  Average maximum .temperature 21.57  Average minimum ��������� do         10.43  Mean do         16.00  ���������Rainfall for the week .0    inches  Snowfall       " '     " 1  COB������E8PCt*P*NG WKI5*C OK l^AST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 45  Average do do 38.28  Lowest minimum do 19.  Average do do 25.71  Mean do   '      31.99  WHEN  W'ltlTIJJG AUVEBTISEH8 PJLEASE  "MENTION THE GAZETTE  &������ltif4?   w*** ta^e extra lareie pieces of  Jw ,, Jm0     wood���������just remove back������������jnd  lining. Ask the McG'liiry dealer to show you,  TVlacJe^-in-CansicJa .  Sold by HEDLEY TRADING COHPANY  Jj#frW*^*r#^^  Get, This StraigiiL  WE. SELL FRESH GROCERIES  THEY   COST NO   MORE THAN  THE OTHER KIND.  ONE TRIAL  WILL CONVINCE YOU  *  TAKE YOURS FRESH  CREELMAN (& LYALL  FRASER. BLOCK - HEDLEY, B.C.  BUSINESS   AS   USUAL  We are offering for a few days  Big Cuts on all  Christmas Goods, such as  Bathrobes,  Smoking Jackets,   Mufflers,  Fancy  Ties and Suspeuders in bozes, Etc.  20 per cent, discount on all Invictus Brand Shoes  for the balance of the month.  Leave Your Order for a Masquerade Costume  Semi-Ready     Clothing:    Store  H. G. Freeman, Proprietor  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE!  i������  ������.***iijw'rf������*0'i*'������*-������vii������ r&ar*  rzv! b ���������n'j.'Virnxr.p:z'?l?~-:%iZ2: H  If"  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.   JAN 7 1915.  ���������<&������&��������������� -4'  fr���������' '    i "Kg.    /'Iff**   KEREMEOS j the Centf e or^ for Fruit Growing  MAKING CHILDREN FIREPROOF  ��������� Vernon Man is Wounded  Distiesssng accidcntsc.uiscd.by the  c'othing of children catching lire are  altogether ton numerous. The little  tot- seem attrncti'd by .fire wherever  il may lie ami love to play with  matches, at every .opportmiily/ It  seems impossible to" prevent .Llieirl  frein playing with lire. The next liest  thing is Lo "clothe them with five proof  clothes. Following a most distressing  accident in Brooklyn rerently the physician who was the coroner, issued an  urgent appeal to parents to fir-eproof  the children's clothing, and also lace  curtains placed near gas jets. "I would  suggest," lie said, "that parents fireproof the cowboy and Indian suits so  often wm n hy the little ones, and the  fringes of which aie constant som ces  danger from "fire: al.-o that they fireproof lace cm tains ami other hangings  liable, to be ignored by "children playing with matches at home.  "Parents need only.'buy a" pound of  phosphate of ammonia, "for about 2~>  cents, at the nearest drug store, dissolve it in a gallon of water, and simply dip in the mixture-the articles  they wish to fireproof. The solution  is absolutely , harmless, ���������a's ' were" it  merely water-, and can effect neither  the child nor the material washed.  On the other hand it makes the goods  abs ilntely proof against flame."'  Yernon���������-Wor d. has heen received at  Okanagan Centre "that E. S. Ward  who left for the front shortly after  the war- broke out, is at home in England, and is in the hospital suffering  from-a-wound he received in the  trenches the'third day after he reached tlie fighting line. He was hit rather badly, "it appears, "in the right arm  and shoulder'. The many friends of  Mr. Ward in this district will unite in  wishing him a speedy recovery.  KBREMB0S-PENT1CT0H  ROYALMAIl STAGE  ACTION OF SINGLE SPOONFUL SURPRISES MANY  THE ORIGINAL OPTIMIST  Robinson Crusoe was the original  optimi.-t. Times looked bad foi Rob  inson���������could not have looked much  wort,'1:- But he-didn't say "What's  the use"; didn't lie down, whimpt\r_,  'kick,-and growl at dci-tiny. " * :  No, Crusoe used bis head; he thought  ���������then   he  thought some   more���������real  serious  line of thinking.     Just what  t.v    t������. do was. the  puzzle Crusoe was solving.    Finally ftcaiire t'o'iiiih id a-fla-idr  '"11"l ' have''if,"*said"Robinson,���������-TIL  ��������� -'   v   - cadvM-Bise."   * *   .   c ,    .  -, A thousand miles from nowhere���������a  "*-" " .- P0Jisjhle.huye\ coming,"wilJhijui-Ti,ading  U>' ~ \ /jJistjrric'O ."of* his ad /evtjry few -years���������  "��������� 'that was Robinson's outTobT-. ''-It was-  .Jiard    times,    business    depression,   a  * "stf ing&nfr'inoiif'y-'nfarfcet.^jvsp .what  '    '      '   Sher-riiiin sir id aboot war.',' .  7     \   -C ;  ���������"'��������� ' -' ���������'   ���������'   "BuV.'^Crusoe^.'as -.before-' jnentioncd,  \' -wiis iifi^oprimi!*t; yJso a-.believe,*: in per-  sistent_advertising.  jr ~i  -���������    ���������He wanted,a. sh.ip���������-how would   he  ' ^ -^ git \? <A4{ivvxi^AdTver-tiS.''H' Amf  ."'he dicl*-r-fliiri'g^u'-hi4;t.fi^j)Vtho top of a  ���������"- '    '     }.'   :.,,:-���������    C-.il :      -V -  /"   !%**!���������      *   'J-    w'   fy  ���������   ..... . ?- The first 'adver!tis'enrf'iit'4n*oMgrrt>..riu  '*''returns. ' ��������� ACs-")- '���������' ���������'������������������    *���������  ;..-i ���������-*- -*  -*"  9 ''" :" * .'BtnyOvusoe wosn^t dibc<*rirjiged. ...He.  .... ���������-changed- -the -���������.'copy'.^p^t,,}i.p_aruither  '.:.>": .i-p. .*/*3*hii.-t:,'i-Xee'/.ji'rries, were hard���������awful  - ' ' '    ���������*"��������� i i- *- 'K ..,*,. P'-Y.jV':.*t;i*'-s**'-^-"*. *i  lianl;   lint Crusoe won out���������he got'lifs  '���������   '.   "t ship���������'and'--he did it-by��������� persistent .ad-,.  '....-���������  '.. J   i-      ./.'"..   .s ������������������ .'^    -'���������    -.J.   : /     '   '".  yeitis'ing:-  '  y-Ci'iisoe was the .original Optimist.  INDIAN  TA'KES 'l COLD' 'PL'ONGE  Hedley people who bought the sitn-  niple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler-i-ka, are  surprised at the INSTANT effect of a  SINGLE SPOONFUL. This remedy  is so complete a bowel cleanser that it  is used successfully in appendicitis.  Adler i-ka acts on BOIH upper and  lower bowel and ONE SPOONFUL  relieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. ONE  MINUTE after'you take it the gasses  rumble and pass out. F. M. Gillespi<*,  druggist.  Everyone inthopaiish was invited  t-i contribute something to the lucrcy  bag at the bazaar, and most of them  sent something in their own line. It  was a shock for an elderly citizen who  was supporting tho cause when he  drew a piece of cardboard bearing the  tnc words: "Good for one grave, dug  any time within the current year."'  This was the gravedigger's contribu-  ti m.  "Where Are  Yjoiir Interests  1f Are the}- in this community J'.'  *f Arc ^fchey " among the  " people with whom  you  associate ?  " "ITArfc " they   with   the  neighbors   anil   friends'  y'-*-ViihJvlio'm you do busi--  business-l.  It'so, you want to know what.is hap:  pVning in this'ooniuiuriity. You want  to know the goings and comings of  Che people with whom you associate,  the little newsTiteinsof vour nc-ighbm-.s  and friends���������now, don't you?.  .. That, is what this.paper, gives you  in every -issue. ";':It is printed for  that purpose.' It represents your  interests <and the   interests of this  j.   .town.    Is.j your uainti'on our sub--  ������.. scription 3ist>?������������������ If not you owe it  ���������  to ''yourself to see   that it is put  .,-���������  litber-e.. To do.so.  Auto Leaves  on  arrival  of 9.30  and 4 o'clock tr'aiiis.  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO    STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kekemeos, B.C  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOflMY SING, Keremeos  NOTICE  S1MILKA.MKKX I/AN']) DISTKICT  ursxurcr ok vai.k  TTAKK notico that I, Halliburton Twcddle, of  ���������*��������� ICcrciiiGOh, 11, C, occnpiition, Hotel  Keeper-, intends to apply foL' pcrniission to  purohnsc rbe following clc-cribccl lfincls:-  -('onimcnciri!"' at a post planted abont two  miles eiu^t/ of the nortli-east coiner of lot '21)4,  thenco '20 chains north: thence SO chains, east  thenco 20 chains south; thence SO chains -\vc"ifc  to thepoint of commencement, and containing  UK) acres.  HALLIliUUTOX TWKDDLK  Xovornber Kith 1914 Kl-10  NOTICE  SIMILiKAIUKEN bAXD UISTKICT  DISTllIC'l' OK V.M.E  TAKK notice that I. bytton AVilmot Shab  lord of Vancouver, 11. C. occupation  lBankcr. intend to apply for permission to  purchat-c tho foUowiriK deseribed lands:-  Coinincncing at a post planted 20 chains du  west from the .south-*1 est corner of Indian  Kc>cr\ c No 2. near the 'mouth of Twenty mile  f'roek, thence west 20 chain.-, thence south 20  chains, thence cast 20 chains, thenco north 20  chains to pointof'commencement. containinK  10 aercn.  TjVTTON WlLMOT SlIA'l'l'OHO  by Francis Henry, Frcncli. iiRent.  October 10th 11)11. 4((-l  NOT)ICE  SlJIILKAJIEKN' LAX!)' DISTRICT  IHbTKICT OK VA1.C  Will be to  "Your Interest  X-A-KK notice that I. .'Howard Abbot Tur-  ���������*��������� nor of Penticton, occupation Road Su-  perintent, intend to apply for nerin'Shion to  purchase the following described lands:-  C'omrnoncinfr at a post planted adjacent to  the south-west comer of Indian Kcserve xo. 2,  near the month of Twenty-mile creek, theucc.  west 20 chains, thence south 20 chains, thence  east 20chains, thence north 20 chaiiv* to, point  of commencement, eonlainirifc 10 acres  HowAitn AnnoT Tur't.N-Kr!''  by Francis Henry L'rcnch agent.  October tilth 1!J11.'.  -l-.^-TV'.-f*-^ ��������� t1"  Chase���������A sensational  and amusing  ing  incident occurred   nn'the  Adams  River  recently,   ' (J bar-lie'.Franco is  of  i 'the Little.River,Reserve had wo unded  ���������-,-;a "d.tfei'- which  liianagcd   to drag itself  to   the 1'ivei'  and   was  about to  swim  across wlien   a dog'belongiiig-to Charlie  caught' and   hung  on to   it.    This  i .was just below the Canyon and a- wide  ,, and dangerous piece of water'. Charlie,  arriving on the scene -was gratified to  SeelKiWriiatters.sto'id.   .Reaching out  fro.in the bank he grabbed^ the deer by  the tail'.     Unfortunately for 'Charlie,  'howev.-r,   the dog   let.go its hold,   the  deer sprang  ahead  and  Charlie   was  precipitated   into   the   water'.      After  swimming -for some   time in the dangerous  fin-rent  he   managed   to  land  both himself and the deer.  fy^TsrzrkMfrm'Vj.wr.i's-inmtrskTXi  ; ���������' Good /Vlorning:! ���������  lA/e are I nvtrroci-uci rig  American Sijk- ....-���������  American ',-Cas-h mere  American Cott'dn'-Lisl    "  -  HOSIERY   '���������'  They have stood the test. Give  real foot comfort. No seam's to  rip. . Never'' become- lo'ose or  baggy. The /shape is knit in���������  not pressed in.  GUARANTEED    for   fineiieas  sLyle, . superiority   of    material  and workinanship.     Absolutely,  stainless.    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