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 -���������;.'ft   . 'ft y?  i     *    , nr <���������(  _Lw>  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER  Lls'HitfKti  'r'.'i.ijA'.  Volume VII.  ' i  l!  i i  I  i  li i  HEDLEY, B.C., THUKSDAY, JANUAKY 12. l^ff). /������  Number 1.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s Hlocic ������������������- - -  PENTICTON.    ~*  ' ''-      B. C.  K. C. BROWN  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  . NOTARY PUBLIC, Btc*.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  JflS. CLARKE  Watchmaker  HEDLEY, B. G.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Bakxes, Prop.       Pextioto.v, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer, Real Estate. Mines,  Crown    Grants   Applied   For  Under Land Act and  ���������Mineral Act.  Agent for:";-":" ���������"��������� '���������' ---'----'��������� -'���������--^������������������-* -���������--"- ���������  Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia-Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary'Frre Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office at   HEDLEY,  B.C.  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  HEDLEF BARBER SHOP  Two Doors North of Brink of B. N. A.  HAIR  CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  Toy REGULAR monthly meetings of  k ^ Medley Lodire No. I.'t, A. K. & A. M.,  are held on tho second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall. Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  J. K. FRASER,  VV. M  J. A. SCHUBERT,  Secretary  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge  I'll are held on  the   third    ^Monday    in    every  t'5-a3a">*&^Pi',1U)l,l;l' ���������" I'rnternityllall.   Visit'  ing brethcrn are cordially invited to attend.  .JOHN JAMIESON. \V. M,  F. DOLLKMOItK, Sect.  K. A. C. STIDIl  HAH0I.1) MAYXB DATA'  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock Exchange  Real Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street VV  Opposite New Post Olllce  I'. O. BOX !Jfl(i  Vancouver,  B. C.  w.  H. T.  GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Murk  Block  PENTICTON,  ' -  B. C.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  A BIG EXPENDITURE  Everuthing . New and First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors rind Cigars, and Special  Attention  paid .'to   the   Table.  PflLfl6fc  Livery. Feed & Sale tables  Premier McBride Prophesies the Spending of Over .$100,000,000 in B. C.  in Next Four Years  COMPLETE THE LINK  HKDLEY  B. C.  A good -stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon   14.        INN IS BROS. Proprietors.  Try  MVVXWVVOXKfc.  Vidoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  That the next four years will witness a greater development of British  Colunrhia's population and a larger  expenditure in railroad construction  and major industrial works than any  previous period in ;the history of the  province, is the opinion of the premier  Hon. R. McBiide, based upon assured  railway construction and large development enterprises now in sight.  Railway construction alone in the ensuing four years should provide for a  distribution of ovei':' fifty million dollars in the province,' while in the matter of reproductive} public works the  government contemplates an investment at the very least of five millions,  in each year or twenty millions in the  whole of the period irr question. Then  it is a safe and conservative estimate  that in the systematic exploitation  of the timber areas, the coal fields  and the fisheries at least thirty million dollars will be! invested, so that  leaving out of account altogether the  metalliferous mining, 'which is supposed to be the bafckbone of British  Columbia's business life, and leaving  out also the general commercial development which may surely be expected, there will he fully a hundred  million dollars to be expended within  the province as a substantial guarantee of its growth arid expansion.  Government    Telephone    Line    Makes  Circuit of 378 Miles from  Kamloops Via   Okanagan,  Similkameen and Nicola  RAILWAY TO HUDSON BAY  Sir W.  Mackenzie -and   Sir   D.  Mann  Confer With Minster of Railways  Regarding Scheme.  The completion of a stretch of government telephone from Kamloops to  Vernon via Grand Prairie was the last  link  in a circuit 378 miles   long   on  which  the six  main offices   for relay  c  purposes** are Kamloops,   Vernon. Ke-  lownr; Penticton,   Hedley and Nicola.  Most of the line uses air iron wire  but from Vernon to Kelnwna they  have .a copper wire as well which is  used for telephone purposes altogether  and the iron wire used for telegraph.  Also for a portion of the distance between Kamloops and Nicola copper is  used. The reason why the system is  not all copper- is partly on account of  the greater cost of the copper and also  because the iron is not so easily broken when a tree falls  across it cnrotite.  Hedley office is the connecting point  for two sections of the circuit, viz.  Hedley to Nicola and Hedley to Penticton.  A good deal of the line has lately,  been re-poled and the intention is to  go over- a considerable sectiorr of it  next summer and renew the poles.  WILL FORCE TRIAL  Indicted  Wireless Officers Claim   They  Cannot Get Trial and Threaten To  Compel Same Through  Congress  GONE WHEAT MAD  Stocks  Alines  ^",.   Broker   '���������'  ��������� 1IEJIBBK   VANCOUVER.  'MINING EXCHANGE  143 Pender St. W. Vancouver.  Write me about your claims  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.O.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  Chrysanthemums  Order Your Flowers for Christmas now.  We are tlie largest growers of  choice Chrysantheums and Carnations in the Iuterior of B. C.  Dealers write us about lettuce,  radishes and parsley,"' your.customers    will   want   these   for  Christmas.  Ottawa Jan 3.���������It was learned today at the railways and canal department that Sir .William Mackenzie arrd  Sir Donald Mann,and other officials irr  Jjio-G.-N^iwheld--t������a^*riwthy-<!onfoi-cncc  with Hon. G. P. Graham, minister of  railways, over the construction of the  Hudson Bay railway. The agreement  reached, it is understood, was that a  plan in the form of a contract would  be submitted to the cabinet by the  C. N. R. asking for the road construction on a rental basis.  There is much speculation as,.- to  whether tl.e government will accept  such a contract on account of the insistent demands of the Western farmers recently so vociferously expressed for'actual government construction  and operation of the Hudson Bay railway. In authoritative circles there is  a belief that the government will  undertake the building of the road itself.  Vice-President Whyte of C. P. R. Gives  Timely Advice to Prairie Farmers  In a statement issued Mr. William  Whyte, second vice-president of the  Canadian Pacific Railway, said: "The  experience of this season shows the  trouble is our farmers are '"wheat  mad". They have made money raising wheat and have done so without  the labor errtailed irr mixed farming.  They go'away in the .winter and leave  the hired man to look after the horses,  The'loss which follows tlie exclusive  raising of wheat is universally recog-  ni2U3d^_^Tbo^igi;i(ujltm'ijatjsc-.vt'ii*jogcid  not in selling the products of the land,  but the land itself. He is notso much  engaged in tilling the soil as exploiting it. He is taking all out rind putting nothing back. This year the  company in the West built 600 miles  'of railway, 50 miles being double track  Next year a similar amount of construction work will be carried out.  This year Winnipeg imported twelve  million eggs and the C. P. R. isimpor-  ing for its diners chickens from Chicago and cream from St Paul. This  shows that diversified farming, is a  necessity."   .'  A column article in the Seattle Post-  Intelligencer states thrit Congdon,  solicitor for the United AVireless Telegraph Co. is in Washington in behalf  of his clients arrd has given out in interview that the Post Office Department is trying to screen the actions of  its inspectors who acted too hastily  and without due examination into the  merits of the case. Other Wireless  concerns without any assets or any  income from commercial business'have  been allowed to sell their stock to the  public both before and since the official attack on United Win-loss in June  last, and are unmolested.  Congdon claims that he is getting  at the bottom of a deliberate conspiracy to wreck United Wireless and  that he has given the Post Office Department to understand that if they  do not at once bring on the cases to  trial he will get some member or members of congress to take the matter up  in the House and will produce evidence  that they cannot but take-cognizance  of. AVhether this is bluffing on his  part or not remains to be seen; the  P. I.'s statement is given for what it  is worth. Meanwhile the operating  department claims to have been equipping boats steadily all year with their  system.  PENTICTON BY-LAWS PASS  Four By-Laws For Public Improvements  Pass With Large Majorities  The four by-laws which were voted  upon on Tuesday last all carried, by  large majorities, the balloting on three  out of the four being -practically unanimous. ��������� Everyone who is in favor  -otiho v-WAter system -.would -also; seem ���������-  to be in favor- of the installation of  electric lighting according to there-  turns which show an even balloting  on both the electric light and waterworks bylaws.  There -'were 118 votes cast for these  bylaws and five against while in each  case there were two spoiled ballots.  AN EXCELLENT PLAN  POLICE OFFICER SHOT  Spokane Over-run with   Thugs���������Police  Captain Sullivan Shot Through  Window of His Home  FRACHE BROS.  Fiourist, - Columbia, B. C  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  After many threatening letters that  were treated by them as a joke John  T. Sullivan, for many years a captain  in the police force at Spokane, was  shot by some unknown party who  fired through the window of his home.  The outrage is believed to have been  caused by some one in sympathy with  the dive element in that city that  Sullivan took air active part in suppressing.  Spokane like Vancouver is one of  the worst policed cities in the west.  Visitors have often noted the scarcity  of police it being a rare thing to -see  one anywhere on the street.  B. C.'S EARLY HISTORY  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  Dili.I'lii.v and Sl'Ait KitACTro.VAi. Mineral  Claims, in tho Osoyoos Mining: Division of  Vnlo District. Where located: 011 the cast side  of Loreinoos  Creek on JMiuuicl   Iiarcel's ranch.  Take Notice that 1. ('. A. Stoess of Selowiiii.  II. ('.'. acting as ngent for Chas. W. .Jordan, of  Olalla, B.C. free miner's certificate Xo UllWlil.  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  the Minion: Recorder for a Certilleato of Improvement**, for tho purpose of obtaining ������  Crown Grant of tlie above claim.  .And further take notice that action under  section ,'17 must be commenced before the issue  of such Certificates of improvement.  a. a. stok.sk  Deceinber'Jllth, 1!U<>- ;V)-10  A BIG CONCERN  Canadian    Northern   System   Assuming  Enormous Proportions  (Columbian)  The Canadian Northern Railway is  becoming a big transportation enterprise. The earning*, this year were  eighteen million and the wager paid  out total a million a month. There  are forty-eight thousand employees  in the railway and kindred industries.  The system extends over 7.1H5 miles.  Such a. large and growing railway  system must become a very important  factor in British Columbia development when the Pacific extciition is  completed.  Provincial   Librarian.  Visits   California  With View of Securing Valuable  Old Manuscripts  Victoria. .Tan. 5.���������Mr. E.O.S. Schole-  field, Provincial Librarian, hns returned from a flying visit to San  Francisco, whither he went for the  purpose of conferring with Mr. F. J.  Taggart, curator of the Academy of  Pacific Coast History of the University of California, in connection with  the securing of certain old manuscripts  dealing with the earlier history of this  Pacific province obtained by Bancroft  in the days of the preparation of his  well-known history. Mr. Seholefield  was everywhere received with very  special attention and courtesy and returns well satisfied with the outcome  of his official mission.  HEROISM IN MINE  B.   C.   Government Grants   Gratuity  to  Widow of Late F. D. Alderson, Who  Lost His Life at Bellevue  Victoria, Jan. 5.-- The conspicuous  heroism displayed by the late V. I).  Alderson of Hosnier in connection  with the recent lamentable disaster at  flu* Bellevue mines in the neighboring  Province of Alberta, has been recognized by the Provincial Government  in the passage of an order-in-counril  granting to the widow of the deceased  a gratuity of $500. supplementing the  amount of the public subscriptions in  her behalf which have recently been  made by the people of the Kootenay.  These subscriptions when completed  will, it is expected, amount to between  $10(10 and $1500.  The  Canadian  Government Annuities  system  which  was approved by  unanimous vote of Parliament in 1908,  and is avoidable to everyone, presents  exceptional advantages to  the young  or middle-aged ''who'are able to save  over a considerable period  to secure  for their declining years   an income  free from all possible danger of loss or  diminution, and at the lowest possible  cost.    If the person has a 'lump sum  saved up which he or she could apply  on account  of the  purchase,   the cost  for the  remaining years  would be reduced   to a greater or smaller extent,  according to the amount which  was  paid in   the lump sum.    For  example,  a man   of 35  wishing  to purchase an  Annuity of $300 at 00 and having $500  in   the savings  bank  which   he could  apply on account of the purchase in a  lump sum   could  then   complete    his  contract  for an  annual  payment   of  $:iS.S2, while  if the $500 had   not been  paid   he would   have had   to make  an  annual   payment   of $71.0-1.      in   the  event of  his death before  00, his heirs  would of course receive back  the $500  as well   as the annual  payments with  H%  compound   interest;  arid if he became arr invalid or disabled so that he  could   not-(.'arn  a livelihood,   and the  amount   that   lie   had   paid   in   would  yield   him.an   income of $50 or more,  he could draw his Annuity at his then  age  though   he were  under 55 or 00.  This   points  out  the  advantage  to  a  man or   woman who   has been   saving  up for the years when they are unable  longer  to work of immediately transferring  any  amount which  they can  spare to their account for the purchase  of an Annuity.     The amount if left in  the  Savings Bank  at H% would yield  an  income  far short of the   amount  which  might be   required   for   their  maintenance.  Information may be had at the Post.  Office, or of the Superintendent of  Annuities, Ottawa, of the plan you  may adopt to make this provision.. FHEC mmmJBX   GAMErFE,.... JiUSP 12,   1911.  Similkameen Advertiser. -' ��������� ":  -tied on Tliui-sdH.vsjjlty t-be Hkih.kv (l.\/.K,i"!'K->|-,-r*  ..: it i-ieee siiLq-^ac.-  l'UIXTING AS"p Hrill.lSIUNO'('OMl'AXV,  l.i.Ml'l'i-:it:.'.*ir  Hedlev.  li. <";  Subscriptions in Advance  1-,.-. Year '..'.;.' i.  ..' .S'2.00  ������������������       "   ( United .States).. ...;....-.'.-i-iO  Advertising Rates  Measurement. I "J lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������C'ertilieiites of iiiiprovement, etc.  S7.0II for (iO-dny notices, and ������5.00 for .'Id-day !  notices.  Changes Tor .contract advertisements should i  he in the oflice by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  Advertisements will ho changed once every |  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes ofteuci- than oiicoaiuonth  he   price of composition   will be charged at I  regular rates. \  A. MEGRAW. Managing Hdltor.  v?������^������MS^t������  CO.llQ.  Full Moon  fiiist quar.  19.11.  .'JAN  New Moon'  HO  1911  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Tliii. Fri. Sat.  i  s  15  29  "1  9  Hi  23  30  3  10  17  3i  ���������J,i  VIVE  FLETCHERISM  KTnOwing   the   profound   impression  which- the    researches   of    Professor  Chitteudun, of Tale, have made upon  both the professional and lav mind by  his study   of the subject  of   nutrition,  ���������aild  knowing  also the.  able,  co-operation which has been lent him by sphie.  of the most eminent  men of the medical profession .-of Europe and America, i  a medico bearing the somewhat.'iristo-j  cratic  coguoinen' of Sir .Tames Crich- |  ton-Browne  has  sought  to  attract   a j  little  notice  to  himself  by writing a I  book in opposition   thereto: and while |  gaining  thereby  a  little cheap note-1  i-iety he may also  have had an eye to |  the main   chance and   shrewdly calon-1  la ted    that  the   name   and   fame   of  Chittenden and Horace Fletcher!  would help to sell his book and thus  enable him to rope- in a little profit to  himself. It was Sir Walter Scott who  >aid that a- man could not ride through  the public street at a pace more rapid  than ordinary without being followed  by a lot of barking curs in full cry  which yelp their dissent at his heels,  and old Sir Walter made his simile  cover the case of literary dissenters  and critics. If ever a man brought an  open mind to a subject it was Prof.  Chittenden when he began his study  of nutrition, and -while lie 'scarcely  does more than mention Fletcher or  his theories in either of the two notably exhaustive books he has published on the subject the conclusions  he arrives at, after producing absolute  proof, are wonderfully in accord with  the teachings of Fletcher. Chittenden  and Fletcher would have man a clean,  capable, rational being but men of  ('richton Browne's dietary ideals would  keep him an inert, ill-smelling swill-  tub who could always be counted on  to furnish a periodical fee for the  doctors because of constant violations  of nature's laws, and incidentally also  to furnish a fee to the lawyer for violation of other laws. It will only be a  few more years until parents and  teachers awake, to their responsibility  to the rising generation and saner dietary methods along the lines advocated by Chittenden and Fletcher will be  taught in the public .schools and practiced in the homes.  NOTICE  SIM1LKAMKKX LAM) DISTRICT  DrsTitiCT oi." Yalk  rSaveloar Hooey,  *fimraence Now!  We wxb '.evayoaeto \toow  %tweare paying:-������-  c~4# Merest^  peranum credited mftly  on saving deposits ($1?������ A  k up^)subjecTToWi  drawal tor cheque. &V  ^_^    ' - -  Si^mtmftslcfve^.^  We invest tooide^ for cliioitar  in first mOTt$$es<&(fca>  general ltooMrjusi^:.  We waul^ur \w^,axM  & if you are nctt saving  sysTcmaticai.'lY'*..* "���������* ~*~-*-  (sommeiiceNOWWffiiliS.  Depflsits \yf Trrail.^^^  ���������:+.*+��������� easily toroSfeJJ;���������  ^loocuu sctiS liyBraf!,  Post pffice *- Express  II - -, Order or Regfelereff^^  better k wfcwab ���������  can, be mailed + -*���������.* ���������*���������  ���������������- * anj way yon wish.  Ware Responsible������������������-<  ReferT5"*-V *>--  Dun&,BtQLMrett5y  or To .anyone to*.-  U Write us aMttto-Say  Do it now!!!!?'  MgSQl������Cl.(ill  Ml fambU Stmt,  ,g>\5r\eovrver B.C.c^  or'ofclii'er' ei:������^t,i'yiTt$.oriY>\5piilciK wJiiiib uraay be  reqiiined in- cbniiietit'i'oirAvtth. the Improvement, aud.ume offclie s;tid< \vaifojn-aj������di.-w,-ater'  powairj.or  by. altering,. i!e������a������wii-ig'.,, ex.tend-'!  ing; iin proving,,  impairing   w'lnaift^iningij...  any .s������������h   work**,, curany. part  thaiieiriv and j  lo coiaducl,. 'carry tan,, and: transfer water'  to all   |3ersoiiH!^rr"^rjxw;iti������������M.f6ir ijttiga-f  tion,. inanitfii.cluhi.imf,    oir iwaliisti'iaJ,,   me-t  ohahical,.  mining.;,   milling:;,   dbnnistur   or t  stock-Raising  purposes ia������ti also- tu>b������iild \  and construct   storngo   nesenvn'ms. fear the  collection   and. .st.rarnge, of water'foi*- the  purposes- above mentioned,, with-fullpwwer  and   authority   to:) make   com pacts,  and  agreements for trie, utile of ptfrmanenlt waterworks- and-eanrvhig. wattar IViwt'.Iixe* pur-  posesKdilwosiiicr..'  s.     B*vvv������i- swviuxps- oii'.hr������i|f]it'. uf" rVitut  near headwaters of .H.ydrcuiLiii. Grcclii.  r    Dams-.  1836  immmmm:  74 \eacsin.ISuidess.  ii     D);pth indiiel^.   Area  !��������������������� :r������i-x;������>.  feel    acre.s..      feel,   acress       fweti  ancrvs  1,..  (LOO              1.1... .154.7.  2.1..  .344.0  2.. 4,.Qj              12..18.9.a.  22-..  ..569.2  ���������3..  6.D..             IA,.257.0  23...  .395.1  4..  S.O..      .       14..287-2.  24...  ..&14.4  :5..10.0.-              15..A17.A:.  25..  ..(535.7  ���������6.'. 11.4               165.A47.4,  2&..  ..(556.0  7..61.fo              17...179.'S  27..  ..676.+  8..84..=L              IS..407.6,  28..  ..696.9  ,9.. 96.0               1.9/.492.S  291..  ..717.1  10.117.Ai            20..51S..1!  AQj..  ..737.4  v    [Jea.se 'audi puvahascn  ���������    w   8670 acre-feet:.  x    A.E-11'tli'.danis-iw'rtli.pvaiiida.'emnes  Sigjiatitre.  Ti iii-; Son-.ii Kfjjown.v.  La-ntj- Cto  Ltij.  P'ar  Hi W:."G.i  uwes.  n..O..Addre-������+-  [���������veJaw.DJiA.  B. C.  10th r-Jov.,1910.  tia.\Le> Yau a  IBLaum IcAccou nt 7*  Capital andsKlisetr/tt Over $7,000^000  "Tlio- iiai&iiey is sn.iSkiiv.in  tlxe< bauuk tltftu imyour-  liou.������������*Gr pocket.  AiCheeJciiig Aaiwnnt'jn-ovidfca-*! saf?��������������� ii/jicl convceEittitt  way of .jKiying youucbills, as each'jc4ieck .issued rctuymmitOv/  ybu as. a receipt..  A Suving^ Awio.-rtnt/.keeps growiiig. iM the tirne^ivithi.    '  \vitb..Inteiiest-iCO]u]ifiM.iiiiided at highest wwveijt I'ate.Si....  Hedley  Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting M-aaagerir  Water. N.otice:  NiVbice is,hei-ehy, gj\\emtliut;ain .-i/ipplica-  tion will be made under- I'art V'.,, Sec. 23,  of the "Water Act,!' 190.0;. to-obl-aii* a licence in the Sim.idkairieeiiiD}v\isioiiiii>f Yale  DwtrivJ:..' ������  a Thev-iiain*\.*af."Gampamy iin fadl'��������� South  lC<Kbwna JiaiuLCo..,. Ltd..  T^iejiead.aftice., .KeJawjia,, 13:. C.    <  Tlie capital,. ho.w,- diwiied,. slkuving  aawnu'nt   paid up,,..$250,0,00.00,. ?dl'. paid up.  Iv, The name of the lake,, stiream or  sojirce (if unnamed the description is)  Stirling- Creek.  C Tlie..-piciiil'.of('dl\ve.n.siunt,aifjttiint about  *S miles .beiaw.itsssauixie..  d The quantity. of.waten-a'jijlJjM for (in  cubic feet per/second),.50.  e The character oftlie:i3iwi������������*edi works,  i'dams,'ditch and flume..  f The pi'emises.on.. wJiiisJh ltli.e water is  to.be used (describe same).;  f N^ A;Sea-2+;.psu:it.s.;"w."J,"Sec 25, w. A  Sec 23, Sec22,.n,i'. Sec 14'..s.. w.' j Sec 24  tp.'2S. n.������.���������.-! Sec.Al'i. iv..w.. |, Sec. 28. n.e.  .] Sec 29... n. w.-.l Scc-35... m.e.. | Sec 34.,  TAKK NO'lTCK that I, boi-no Stmiloy Colc-  iiinii, of Ivoi'Oiiicos. o('(tiipatinn cnjcinoci'  intoii'ill td apply for permission to purchase the  following dest'fibert lands:���������  Coiiunenc'iiig at a post planted about 10  chains cast of tlie south east corner.of Lot Xo.  ���������i!R thence l>0 chains south to a point 150 feet  north of the International boundary line,  thenco west 20 chains, thence north f>() chains,  tlience east 20 cliains to point of commencement.  TjOknk Ktani.kv Coi.kman  Uec. 5th, 1010 l-lll  , n:. w.. | Sec 32..., \������������ -i  4, Sec.2,'.Sec3���������Sec. 4T  ���������6,,. n;. .'i, Shu-6* w.  Sec. 33  S.  W. I  h.   X. i Sec 24..  .', Set23,"Sec22.,. m.  .i  Water Notice  Notice is liereb}- given that ai.*i application will be made under Part V... Sec. 23,  oi' the "Water Act", 1909, to obtain a licence in the Siniilkaineen'Division-of Yale  District.  a The name of Company ii<t full, South.  Kelowna'Land Co., Ltd.  The head o&ce���������Kelowna, B. C.  The capital, how divided showing-  amount paid   up, $250,000.00, all paid ivy..  b The name of the lake, stream <>r  source (if unnamed the description is)  Hydraulic Creek and meaders  c The point of diversion, thirty chains  north of the sixteen mile post on the cast  line of lot 2719.  d The quantity of water applied for  (in cubic feet per second), 70, or 1661 acre  feel.  e The character of the proposed works  ���������dams, ditch and flume  I" The premises on which the water is  to be used (describe same)  f X. A See. 21, PartS. W. 1 Sec IW. XV. A See  211; Sec 22, X. A Sec II. S. XV. | Sec. 21. Tp. 28. X.  K. | Sec III. X: XV. \ Sec 2H. X. K. 1 Sec -II. X.W.  I Sec :tf). X. K. I Sec at. K. i Sec .'12. X. XV. | Sec  32. W. A Sec S3. Tp. 2!l. XV. A Sec 2. Sec ������. Sec I.  S. XV. ','Sec ."������. S. K. 1 Sec li. X. i Sec (i. XV. >, Sec  l,Tp. 211.   3110 acres.  g The purposes for which the water  is to be used���������irrigation. ���������"  h If for irrigation describe the land  intended   to be irrigated,  giving acreage.  li X. A Sec 21. part S. XV | Sec '2ii. XV. A Sec '2X  Sec 22. X. A Sec II, S. W 1 See 21 Tp. 2*. XIC |  Sec III, X.W. | Sec 28. X. 10. .', Sec 2!l. X. XV. \  Sec.:!;"). X. K. I Sec HI, K. A Sec H'2. X. XV. \ See:i2  XV. A Se<:;������, Tp 2!l. XV. A Sec. 2. Sec .'I. Seel,  S. XV. ', Sec ;'). S. K. { Sec.'lS. X, A Sec (i. \V. A Sec  1. Tp. 2(1. alio acres.  j Area of Crown land intended to be  occupied by the proposed works, 1440  acres.  k This notice was posted an the 17th  day of November, 17th, and application  will be made to the Commissioner on the  24th day of December, 1910.  1 Give the names and addresses of any  riparian proprietors or licensees, who or  whose lands are likely to be afteeted by  the proposed works, cither above or below the outlet, D. Gallagher, J. McClelland, A. Ashton, all of Kelowna, B. C.  p Lxtaaet from memorandum of association  2 Tlie objects for which the Company  is established are  d To develop, acquire, own and hold  record of unrecorded water, anil to purchase water records and water privileges,  and to construct, erect,maintain and operate canals, ditches, acqueducts, raceways  flumes, weirs, wheels, feeders, laterals,  reservoirs,   dams,   wells,   lakes, buildings  Sec-32  Tp. 29.     w  Sec 5, Sj-.e. | Se  1. Tp. 26.5440.  g-    The. purposcis-d'or- wWijlai tlae water is  to ba i***icl, ii-i-i^i^lrt-tt-lit    .    .  h If. for irrjy-jttibiii dssAuib/e the lands  intended to he inrigatcci..gi.vixTSf acreage.  Pant: s..**,-.. -\ Sec 25. \v.  ' Siicj 14.,  s. w. ;| Sec  24, Tip. 28.    Ns.^..-]. Sec 3.1... ia.w. :} Sec 28.  n.e..| Sec 29.. m. w.;. ^ Sifc 35--   n.e. 4, Sec.-.  j 34. a., ^t Sec 32,. n.. w: -}j Sec. 32.  w. h Sec.  33,.TpT 29.    \M. -A_ Sec 2, Sec 3 Sec 4", s. w -.  1.1 Sec 5,   s.c.l Sec 6^ ������.. .t Sec 6, w. i Seu:  { 1. Tp. 26. 54.4D acres^-  ;     j    Area  ijf'CilO'Wi:> I'fUiwJl intended   to !f������c  ctftrupied byrt-JicpnotpiDsed works, none..  k: This notice wsus |W������������sted on the 177ih  ���������iny of N'.av.embeii- liSiiQ, ruid applica'.iian  will be made to the: CoMitnissioner oaAe  24th da\- if Decei:iiJa������r, 1910.  1 Gi\'<i*: the ntuniesausd addresses ofVjmy  riparian proprietors or licensees wiiw or  whose - bald's-ai[i������ l-ikt*].y lo be atfecKiuJ by  the proposed. w������wks������ either above .a' below tho outlet.,, tto-ne������  p Kxtraet. troin memorandum oif asso-  cialictii;  2 irhe objects fc������r which the Ciompany  are estabUslitxl are  d To develop, acquire, own imd hold  recotrcLs of unrecorded water, airtil to purchase water records and water' jjrivileges,  and to construct, erect, maiietain and  operate canals, ditches, aquet!tacLs, raceways, flumes weirs, wheels feediers, laterals, reser\'oirs, dams, lakes, wells, build  tugs or other erections or ������orks which  may he required in connec.ti.cin with the;  i improvements and use of tl't- said wateit  i and water-power, or by altcsting, renewing,  extending, improving, repairing or main-,  taining any such works, cwany part therv-.  of, and to conduct, carry <>m and transl&n  water to all persons or corporations for-iiv  rigation, nianufacttiring or industrial, -iie-  chanical, mining, milliimg, domestic- or  stock-raising purposes, and also to l.niikl  and construct storage-reservoirs fc<;-lhe  collection and slorage of water l'c������!- I lie  purposes before mentioned, with full powei;  and authority to snake contracV*- and  agreements for the sale of permanent  water works and carrying for Che purposes aiorcsaid.  s Beaver s\v<*imp.s on hoighs of land  near head waters of Hydraulic Creek  t    Dams.  ii    Deplh infect. Area in acres,  feet   acres        feet    Acres        feet    acres  Wfe'-rf-nay-.-bifr-ablb to still furth-firjmpwvjjeViataEr Records���������^iLougRti  we .hardlj'knawvwltere.  TKeyvarernoiwabsolutely unifo'rm-iriMtonefaitwJ quality, ���������g������-i������-exevcr r  youibuyvthem^���������soi smooth you can scarcel/vhear the needl'e?-^-mort-c  darahl������cthan.evc?f���������and double &eed-^iv.b(r������i(Dinis for the ^sac.pi^eeu:.  !NrEW. DQIiBLE SIDED RECQBD^~&Oc. for thaiiswio.lo.'-  Sei>d'i3Q&. and 10c. postage fGOrsamapie Reccjwk..;.  Write-farrtitiitaloguc of cver-3,p,ooc5;*eoiris and wctaS^-  thsst-parrirrs for list. o������new oiiesrt-etvarj month. v  BtxESner Gram-o-phoc������LCi&* Limite m<  ���������f////r Bfontrea&L  Ifents Wanted Evcryi*fcBwu. ...^  ':'..<!%  Ill  ���������$:&���������������*$���������  '<���������*&���������''?���������������'���������*  Mm*  MM  .For Salot%- '     -  1LJQJOIS  O*. RCML.1-S ������^b G^JOu."  rNcs-K^ic^ieigHt - NoE^xprj^ss  Homccan buy $rom us-atrMontrealiPrices.  1 . .  0.0  11.   154.7  21.  .544.0  2. .  4.0  12. .189.0  9?  .569.2  3..   6.0  lo.. 257.0  23.  . 595.1  4. .   S.O  14.. 287.2  24.  .614.4  5.. 10.0  15..317.3  25.  .635.7  6. .11.4  16. .347.4  26.  .656.0  7. .61.6  17.. 379.8  27.  . 676 4  S..S4.5  18. .407.6  28.  .696.7  9.. 96.0  19.   492.8  29.  .717.1  10.117.3  20. .518.1  .10.  .737.4  v     Lease  '. aiii  I purchase  w    8670  ai'i-i  feet  x    (3) E  arth dams with  pu  Idle cures.  Si<  .piatnre  Tin-: So ltd  Kklowna  Land Co.  Ltd.  Pe  ��������� 1".  VV. G  roves.  I  \ O  Address���������  -Ke  lowna,  B. C  10th Nov.,  191C  .  AV,as-tGMii Distributers  WALTER F. K^ANS (Sb<CO.  Huectissors to  DYKE, FiSfaWNS <&. CAiiLAGH/^IK  53.& Hastings. :SL, Var������tairver.  sliie Haley on Sanitarium I  5  .      -   '  m  AJJAJLTSIS OF WATER  ������i;    j������'GlucH'.am-   If, Sulplmrjiiri" Acid   jS''SiHe.������ri.    !������'T-iii)ii!i-.   ���������fl" Ai\i&lifff> svs Soda.............  S M}\oyj'f*-Ji.-i ,  at LjtAJ;*  ^.....  ti SubiliHictted Hydiiogen.  at   ^.Hiis recoutdy   been ttyj-oiafhtly ny-OMited ^f  ���������jiind re-fur/ni.slied, an^iiHi now the gjKoatesfc 2  %JlIi-i:'< liealth rr^oi't upon thft.<iiimtiii'ont    ^Siitural X  :^.;13;-j hot. wa     'in, biiths^<vifji(fl((jL*e.cs o-iflienit.   A 3*  ���������?:Uf3SJ coui'sot;^ baths at..EfnJfcron  will tame lier- JE  84j.ff*7'  vous ivn/l. iinisculaMi-<lils������ases aiKHiol-iminiUe X  fl  il  1  ���������LlM|  ii  i'il  ill  5M  .86  S3.00  i'huci(.''^itis.iii and i^cusulic poisouvslhioni the  systrrtk. Tho wri^fiji' Jieals livtxn;, kidney,  and -*pu������ieh coiunloJints. Tliwviitos arc$2  a (liiij-ui*.; or ������12 vii-jjikty up. I>D4t������fHce, ex-  pi'C*Si*uwl tclcgrrm'h.wHcos in 'caiwieetion.  J William B������yd, Pr^arietor        =       Halcyon, B. C. 1  at *  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES-  GRAND FORKS, B. C.   Comprising too Acres  Largest growers of Nursery SttKj-k in British Coluinhiiv   All stock, -wintered in our o������>U:us and no-tUunger of biitn-ing wintei* killed tw-s.  Buy British Cohunbia growu trees for British Colniiiiibia Orchai-dls.  '  THE  ^ Canadian Apple Grower's Guide  By Linus Wolverton, M. A.  ^      A ('oinplete  Guide to  the Plnnting   Culture, Harvesting and Alai'-  V keting of Apples.  ���������  Cloth, Large. Quarto. Boiuitifull Illustrated, $2.00. hy ISIail $2.25  For .Sale bv all Booksellers  WILLIAM BRIGGS  ^     29-37 Richmond Street West  Toronto, Canada.  i  \M  mm THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,' JAN 12. 1911.  Town and District.  A quantity of good dry wood for  sale.   Applylivnis' livery barl'i.^  Mrs. R. S, .CoHiris has gorie easl foy  treatment by'a^Toioiito spocinlist, Dr.'  Tweddle.  If Mr. Bolls lias, your order by noon  of January Kith he will get you fresh  cut earnntions nt $.1.50 per dozen.  Dr. Jackson, dentist, wiil be. in'Hetl-  ley, to-niorrow (Friday) and may be  consulted by all requiring work in his  line.  "As the days lengthen the cold  strengthens" is tin old adage, but, it  hits the nail right on the head this  ' week.  Don't forget the hospital ball on  .Ian. 2OLI1. Committees are now at  work arranging for music, supper and  other features.  The B. C. Legislature opens to-day  in Victoria. L. W. Shatford. M. P. P.  left last week for the coast to be present at the opening. ..-���������  An old man named Pearse from  Wranite Creek was irr town over Sunday on his way to Spokane for treatment by arr eye specialist.  W. Knowles returned on Tuesday  from a three weeks' visit to his home  in ^Denver. Col: where he went to  spend the Christmas holidays.  . Theheating system in the mill, put  in by Ross four years'age-, is very de-  , fective and in a cold snap like the present is  liable to go out ,of commission  altogether.  The best tirrre to harvest the ice  crop is when there is ice to cut. On  (hat principle it will be irr order to begin any time after the "present cold  snap moderates a bit.  Harry Rose and his gang are certainly no ���������'suniinei' coons."' They  were working out on   the gravel  cut  The Lyceum Playeis 'will be the  next attraction of the '(.'. P. Walker  series to be put on in Hedley I for the  Auxiliary. The date is not fixed yet  hut itf will be early in Fedruary. A I  JOjjiAling attraction with'tjUem, will be |  'a famous harpist who was declared by  music lovers of Winnipeg and other  larcre centres to be fully as good as the  noted harpist who accompanied Melba  and played her accompaniments.  The general annual meeting of the  hospital takes place this -mouth, due  notice to be given later. All residents  should bear this fact in mind and allow  nothing to keep them away from the  meeting for it is most iniporcant that  the collective wisdom of the town and  the mine should get down to genuine  stock-taking of the situation as it is  right now. If there is any doubt as  to howjhe money litis been speut, that  is" the place and time for doubters lo  -find out. The Board have had many  features during the past year tn try  their patience and they either want  others to relieve them of the work or  share the . responsibility by coming  out and saying what they want done.  V Vr^lC  KEEP YOUR EYfS ON  ���������S3'- 1  THE MERRY MUSICIANS  all through the storm of-Tuesday with  the temperature below zero.  S: Fi. Hamilton went to Sandpoint,  Idaho, on Friday last, taking with  hinr his daughter Frances for a visit of  a month or two with her grandparents  He returned   oir Tucs-  at Sandpoint.  ���������   day.  H. C. Shaw, formerly lawyer Hal-  lett's partner 111 Greenwood is the new  Police Magistrate chosen to succeed  A. E. Bull in Vancouver. Hr. Hallett  also held the position in Vancouver's  earlier days.  The Ladies' Hospital Aiixiliarv have  assumed the responsibility' of provid  ing the supper for the hospital hall on  the 20th. A committee has been appointed among the men to assist irr  the serying of it.  It is stated that sufficient steel for  twenty miles of track has been landed  at Midway for the Kettle Valley railway. The company are expecting to  start work on this work on. Tuesday of  next week.---Grand Forks Gazette.  The fish and game clubs of New  Brunswick are asking the Legislature  of that province to put a bounty on  ��������� owls because of their destruction of  partridge and rabbits. B. C. put on  the bounty two years ago and at intervals since then the Gazette's big  stink-tight Queen stove has served as  an improvised incinerator for the cremation of many a big-eyed marauder,  feathers and all.  A genuine taste of winter came  along on Monday when the torn pem-  ; ture began to dip and about evening  it had touched the. zero mark with a  vicious wiird to rub it in. Srrow flurries also accompanied the boreal visitation and when there is moisture  enough in the atmosphere to cause  precipitation zero temperature gets to  be a trifle inconvenient.  The dance in Fraternity Hall on  Friday night last is reported one of  the mostsucccssfiil that has been given  for some time. The attendance was  good and everything passed off well,  although the committee were not very-  well satisfied with the music supplied  by a couple of itinerant musicians  whose performance was not up to  their own ..recommendation of their  musical powers.  A feasible explanation for the origin  of the yarn that the corning hospital  ball was to be a full dress affair may  be found in the assumption that the  tale was started by sonic one who  wanted an excuse- to save the price  and finding no reasonable or plausible  excuse in sight had to manufacture  mik;. There was never a full dress ball  in Hedley and there was never any intention of making this anything different 111 that respect. Swains arc at  liberty to come in siraps if they want-  to and the women with shawls over  their heads if they are partial to that  style of millinery. Don't help the  fable along by repeating itif 3*011 don't  The    third   combination   of   (A  P.  Walkei's series of entertainments  to  show    in   Hedley    was   that   of   the  "Merry Musicians"  which    held   the  boards in Fraternity hall on  Wednesday night last,   under the auspices of  the Ladies'  Hospital Auxiliary.   Two  of the artists irr  the troupe  had been  heard  in Hedley  before.    These were  G. C.  Eckhardt and Mae George and  both of them made a sirtficientlv favorable  impression   when  here with   the  Musical   Eckhardts in   August to warrant a second   visit.    G. 0.   Eckhardt  was  the Comedian  par excellence of  the  "Musical Eckhardts"' and he was  also of the"Merry Musicians"'although  he was not hailed as such by the printed matter advertising tho attraction.  That honor  was given  by the  literature to Matt Greig but it could scarcely be said with candor that he sustained the reputation  with which  he w.is  heralded.    Miss George sang <*weetl\*  as before  and gave sonic very acceptable renditions, but the audience appeared   singularly*   unresponsive   for  some reason  or other although it is  doubtful  whether  they  really meant  to be.    Theother lady*. Miss Leone Repine.  alsVr contributed, materially   to  the .''enjoyment of the evening irr the  ^-t������HL-t-������h^tt>ok-bobh-'Ti--sorigv>irid"b3* her  accompaniments   for   the   songs   of  other members of the company*.   Her  song selections were good and so also  were those of Miss Cfeorge and Eckhardt hut the same could scarcely be  said of Greig who appeared to err in  his idea of what   constituted humor.  The   recitation    "Kissing   Cup"   was  the  best number he gave during the  entire-evening.    Whether as musician  or comedian Eckhardt is a clever artist.    Whoever wishes an evening's enjoyment will never make a mistake in  going to any entertainment where he  CAMP HE������L  WATCH IT GROW  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPAPY, Ltd.,  F.,H. French, Secretary and Manager ' - HEDLEY, B.C.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEKN LAND DISTRICT  WSTK1CT OK VAI.K  rpake notice that Robert Kerr, of Medicine  -*- Hat. Alta.. occupation I'ulimuu Car Conductor. Canadian J'acitic ltailway, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following'  described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the southeast corner of Lot 111 III, tlience north SO cliains.  thence east, SO chairs, thence south SO cliains,  tlience west SO chain*, containing' IjlO acres,  more or les.-. -    -  I'OIJKUT KKHR  31. .1. MeKeown, locator,  IS-10  Oct "Mill. 1010  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DTSTRiCT  urs'i'iiicroi-" vale  *T\ikc notice that I. Robert Care w A rmstrong  ���������*��������� of Keroinoos. li. C��������� occupation Rancher  intend*, to apply for permission Lo purchase tho  following de.-cribed lands:  Commencing' at a post planted at. the northeast corner or Lot (17 N: thence west K) chains,  thence north li chains, more or less, to tho Si-  liiill'iimcen Iii ver: thence following tho meandering* of the river easterly to point of commencement, and containing 20 ocres, more or  less.     .-''������������������������������������'  1-JOHKHT CAKKW AKMSTItONG,  .1. P. Thomas, Agent.  Dec. 10th. 1SJ10 '.'MO /"������  K  K  at  *:  t  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  K  at  at  at  S  if  at  at  at  at  at  tt  at  at  ������:  PRINTING  Such as You should rise when yoit] want  to make an impression ' on  customers.  Is Only Obtained  By using modern type faces on good stock  The   Gazette  Jcb   Department  is 'prepared to turn it out for you  F*������t-rorni'ze the Home Shop  You lA/ant Home Trade.  5  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  s  X  X  X  X  X  ;  X  ;  X  X  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT OK YA'.E  ?������?*���������?������  rpAKK notice that William Stewart, of Cran-  -1- brook, li. C, occupation Motel manager,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following-described hinds:  Commencing; at a post planted at tlie southwest corner of lot 0158. thence south 80 chains,  tlience oast SO chains, thence north 80 chains,  thenco "west SO chains, containing- (>'40 acres,  more or less.  "Wiix-am Stewakt  M. J, MeKeown, locator.  Oct. 28th, 1910. ��������� '8-10  is among the artists.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature,   etc.,  1'or the week  ending  J  111  7,  AT  1910 :  THE MINE.  Maximum  Min  iinum  Jan 1  ,  12  -I  2  .   ,  20  0  H  .  ,  22  10'  4  25  10  0  ,  ,  23  15  6  ,  ,  27  20  /  20      ...  10  Average maximum temperature 22.85  Average minimum do 9.57  Mean temperature 1(5.21  Rainfall for the week   0.00 inches.  Snowfall       "       " 7.0  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTKICT  iirsrnrcroK y.u.e  'T'AICK notice that William V. Coons, of Van-  ���������������������������       eouver. occupation Broker, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lunds:  Commencing .at. a post planted about one and  one-half miles north and east from Dromley  Station on tho Great Northern Railway; thence  south 40 chains; thence west eighty chains:  thence north :10 chains, thence east SO chains to  the point of beginning containing ;i'20 acres  more or less.  WILLIAM V. COONS  Hicks A. Lee, agent  October 18th. 1010 -1(1-10  &  K  K  K  *  at  at  K  r  at  at  i  at  at  %  %  K  at  K  at  *t  at  H  at  at  at  K  at  J. A. SCHUBERT  ,-   Saiier Kraut ,2 lbs for 25c  Fresh Pickled Pork 25c per lb  Salt Herrings 15c per lb  i  at  at  at  at  H  at  at  i  at  at  I  at  at  at  at  K  i  i  JVA. Schubert I  Hedley, B. C.  I  !  ^M^^i������^^Mai^MteMM^^3������^^M^kii^^^^^icM^3(at3������i(j������atack������4^a������04 3������itn<cie3������M3ia(i  NOTICE  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I Happy New Year!  co run  Sl'OXDr.VG WEK  k or." last  YBAK  Highest  maximum temperature 24.  Average maximum  ���������  do  12.2S  Lowest minimum  do  -10.  Average  lrunimurrr  do  -1.57  Men n  do  5.02  AT THE ailLL.  M^axinnun  M  minimi  .Inn 1  12  , t  0  2  10  ,   ,  10  X  20  . ,  17  -I  42  17  5  ���������c-s  . ,  82  (i  45  , ,  HH  7  41  H������  Average maximum temperature 82.57  Average minimum do 21.28  Mean do 2G.D2  Rainfall for the week 0.4   inches  Snowfall       "       "      1.7  COIiHESI'OXDt.VG WKEK OK LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 20  Avernge do do 28.14  Lowest minimum do -4  Avernge do do 0.  Mean do 10.07  SIMILKAMKKN' LAND DISTRICT  DISTlilCT OK YAM-;  -t  TAKK noticte that Matilda M. Mc-Clelliuul of  Vancouver, li. I., occupation widow, intends to apply for poi'iiu'ssion to purchase the  following described lands:    ���������  Coniiiiencing at a post planted one and one-  half miles north and east of lironileystatibn on  the Great Northern Railway; thenco north 80  chains; thence east SO chains; thence south 80  chains; thence wests) chains to the point of beginning containing 010 acres more or less.  Matilda M. McClellaxu  Hicks A. Lee, Agent  October 18th, 1010 -tll-lO  ��������� We take the opportunity of thanking our Custo-  liberal patronage dur:  year and wish them all  ���������  * rners for the liberal patronage during the past J  NOTICE  want the credit of being the  ,-itor.  NOTICE  N������'  to till  'ICK  is hereby given on  the I;"th day of  .Inniiiiiy next, application will be made  Superintendent of Provincial police, for  tlio grant of a licence for-the snip of liquor by  retail in and upon the premises known as the  Rossland Hotel situate at the bridge at West-  bridge, upon the lands described as the Mc-  jYIynti Townsite.  Gkoiic.-k & Ai'Tiii'i* WKr.r.woon  December I'-'tli, 11)1(1 50-1  KETTLE RIVER ASSESSMENT  DISTRICT  Notice is hereby given that the Court of  Revision and Appeal under the provision of  the Assessment Act  lilQ'.i. and  Amending: Acts  for tho Kettle River Assessment District will  beheld at the following1 places at tho horn-of  11 o'clock in tlie forenoon  Koek Creek, January 10th, Tilll.  .Mridesville. January llth. I.Oll  Fairview, January Kith, Hill  Keremeos, January 17th, 1011  Hkxky Niciror.sox  Judge of tho Court of Revision and Appeal  J''airviow, Dee. 27th, 1010,  ��������� Happiness and Prosperity in 1911 .���������  ��������� ���������=���������=- ��������� ���������-^=^ ���������  Y It has always been our constant aim to carry the J  <#> Best Goods  and give our  Customers good value ���������  ��������� for their money and we will endeavor to carry out j  ^ this purpose more fully than ever during the com- %  ��������� : ing year :    . : ���������  iShatfords, Ltd.!  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.  JAN   12,   1910.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen---- Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Mrs. Hamilton, of Hedley, wns the  guest of Mrs. .1, A. Brown on Monday  last.  A company presenting "Uncle Tom's  Cabin" has booked the Town Hall for  .1 urinary 17th.  Mrs. Forbes, of Hedley, returned  home on Friday after a visit to her  sister Mrs, D. .1. lnnis.  Quite a number   from Keremeos are  -arranging   to take in the hospital ball  ..at Hedley on the 20th.  Those who had their fears that the  ice crop was going to be a failure irr  the valley this winter had their fears  allayed on Monday.  Mr. G. H.  Knowlirrg has purchased  .from W.-.M.   Frith the east half of bis  lot,  No.  101,  and intends  erecting a  residence thereon.  , At a meeting of the B. 0. Fruit  Growers Associatioir held in Victoria  last week, J; J. Armstrong was appointed vice-president for the Sirnilka-  nieeri.    .  In the absence of Kev. Mr. Kinney,  Methodist service was conducted here  on Sunday last by Mr. Harrison irr the  morning and Messrs. Quant and  Crooker irr the evening.  E. Bullock-Webster, who has had  charge of the British Columbia fruit  exhibit in the old country has completed his work in a most satisfactory  mariner and leaves for home on the  15th inst.  Audy.Moyes, who allowed his hotel  licence at Olalla to lapse the end of the  year is up the Okanagan looking for a  new location. We trust that Mr.  Moves may yet change his mind and  remain in the Siinilkameen.  - A meeting of the ratepayers of the  Keremeos School district for the purpose of electing a trustee to fill the  vacancy on the board will be held on  Saturday afternoon at 2.:->0 and will be  followed by the annual ineeting of  citizens for the election of a board of  director's oV the Keremeos Cemetery.  The Merry Musicians, who played to  a, slim audience irr the Town Hall on  Tuesday of last week, were also accorded indifferent patronage up the  valley. So much so, irr fact, that they  were fenced to seek financial assistance irr order to reach a new field of  operation.  In mentioning the names of the pall  bearers at Frank Richter's funeral in  last week's issue of the Gazette the  name of A. Hespeler, of Snmirrerland,  was omitted. Mr. Hespeler was an  old friend of Mr. Richter's and "made  the long drive over from Suminerland  to attend the funeral and pay his last  respects to the departed. .  Province. From the great; Cathedral  j he is being borne by loving hands to  the valley which has been truly consecrated by his life's work, and where  those who carry him will not bow  theirv heads m sorrow, though their  hearts may be breaking, for he trod  the fields and ranges of the Siniilka-  nieeir as became a free-born, honourable, independent man with his head  in the air; and those he lias left may  well lift their heads in conscious pride  of a heritage, and a memory which any  man might well envy.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN* LAND DISTRICT  DlSTItrCT OK YA1.K  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  FIRE INSURANCE      -, "  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE - KEREMEOS, B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposi te G. N. R. Station       ,  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  1.  ���������  X  Kercmeos-Penticton Mail Stage.  Take notice that Theodore Clows Phillips, of  x Cranhrook. 11'. C. occupation C.P.K. Auditor, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:,  Commencing at a post' planted at the southwest corner of Pre-emption -23s. thence north  SO chains, thence west SO chains, thence south  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, containing (M0  acres, more or less.  Tueodoue Ci.ows Pun.urs  M. J. MeKeown, locator.  Oct 28th,' 1910. '���������-'-��������� '18-10  LAND NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  Distiuct oi-* Yale    -  TAKE NOTICE that Axel R. Swanson, of  Frank, Alta,   occupation agent,   Cana-  LeavesKeremeos.for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, .Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  \V. E. Welbv. Proprietor.  ������&ieagaMMmK>MMIl*Mt������Mt**^*>M**K  KEREHEOS  MEAT   MARKET  clian Pacific Railway, intends to apply for per-  ','i-ibo'l  lands:  mission to  purchase  the  following described  Commencing at a post planted at the N. XV.  Corner of Lot 9118. thence west 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence castSO'chains,  thence north 80 chains, containing 010 acres,  more or less. ���������  Axel R. Swanson  M. J. MeKeown, locator.  Oct. 28th. 1010 18-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT OK YAI.E  Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  E.M. CROOKER  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR  HEATING  ���������  X  X  Christmas Suggestions  Silk Kimonas  Silk Shalls  Piano Scarfs  Sofa Covers       ;  Velvet Slippers  Belt Buckles  Brooches  Scarf Pins  Ladies' Watches  Men's Smoking Coats  Braces  Smoking Sets  Sweaters  Groves  Fancy Hose  Mufflers  Fancy Silk Ties  Silk Shirts  We have a beautiful line of hand painted china  and fancy silf goods direct from the Orient.  Our line of Xmas Candies ane Nuts are strictly  fresh. We carry nothing but the best and will guarantee satisfaction. Please call for one of our beautiful Art Calanders for 1911.  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  When in Keremeos stop at the S  Central Hotel  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  i  at  at  i  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  at  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains  B. C. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  AND  "PAKK notice that Robert A. Conkey, of Csil-  *      gury, Alta, occupation Salesman, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.  Commencing at a post planted about one and  one-half miles north and east of [Bromley  station on tho Great Northern Railway, thence  north 80 chains: thence west 80 chains; thence  south 80 cliains; thence east 80 chains to thb  point of beginning containing <U0 acres more or  less.  ROI *KRT A .CON K K V  Hicks A. Lee.  Agent.  October ISth, 1910. 'fi-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK YAI.K  THE PASSING OF A PIONEER  "FA KK'NOTICE that John Richter of Kcr-e-  ���������*���������        mcos,   occupation,   Farmer, intends  to  apply for permission to pure hose the following  described lands  Commencing at a post planted at the S. K.  corner of Lot 303. Group 1.  Osoyoos,   thence 80  chains east, thence 10 cliains south,  thence 80  west,  tlience40 chains north to  pointof coin  moncement, containing 320 acres in Tp. 5">.  JOHN UICHTKR  October 21th, I!)U).  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  ���������Sis*������  Orders  by Mail  will receive  Prompt-Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  DISTKrCT OK YALK  NOTICE  ''.'.. SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  ��������� -���������' ���������  OISTKICTOK YALE  TAKK- notice that Daniel Rurton, of Cran-  -1- brook, B. C. occupation train conductor  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of Lot 3.1)01, thence east 20 chains,  thence south 10 chains, thence west 80 chains,  tlience north 10 chains, tlience cast HO cliains to  pointof commencement, containing 320 acres  more or less.  Dani'-:*, BuitTON  M. .1. MeKeown, locator.  Oct. 28th. 1010. -18-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK YAI.H  (Victoria Week)  On   Thursday morning six   of the  most  notable   of British   Calnrrrbia's  worthies crimed, the mortal remains  of one of their oldest friends  into the  Hoin.-m Catholic Cathedral,  Victoria.  To-mention  their names  is to recall  the  early  chapters of   the  history of  the  Province; for there wns not one  man  in   that  company  who  h.-id not  made history. Their names may mean  less to the present generation than to  ' old-timers who still survive, hut when  the; present and many future generations have followed  Frank Richter, of  Keremeos,   across  the   Croat   Divide,  the names  ol his  pall-bearers  wilL'be.  treasured   in the  Provincial Archives  and   noted   by   their   children.      No  greater  honor could -be  done  to the  memory of   any   man   than   that  he  should be   conveyed to his last resting  place  by    Hon.  C.   E.   Pooley,   Hon.  Edgar Dewdney, George Gillespie, W.  C.  Ward,   J.  13.  Graves   and II.   D.  Helmcken;  and these  illustrious oiti-  y.ens never assisted at the funeral obsequies of n better, straighter or truer  man  than  Frank ltichter.     Born  in  Austria,  emigrating as  a young  man  to the states, passing through Western    ranching   States,   drifting   into  California arid Washington and thence  into the Garden Valley of British Columbia, he has been for  half-a-century  the uncrowned king of the Siniilkaineen: one   of the  pioneer ranchers of  the Province:  one who lived and died  a   rancher;   one  who  has  done  more  than any  other to  maintain   the best  traditions of yeomanry and to demonstrate the possibilities and the value  of British Columbia as an agricultural   SUBSCRIBE  FOR THE   GAZETTE  TAKK notice that Marguerite MeKeown, of  Quebec City. P.'Q., occupation Private  Correspondent, intends to apnly for permission  to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a, post planted Twenty chains  cast of the south-west corner of lot 3.-IB3, thence  west eighty chains, thence south sixty chains,  thence east eighty chains, thence north sixty  chains to pointof commencement contuiniiif  ISO acres, more or less. -'  Makgdkkite McKeown*  M. J. MeKeown, locator.  Date Oct. 27th 1010 ��������� 48-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  Distkict ok Yale  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������-  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  FIGURE OUT  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  We  REMEMBER  offer no  land but what has  the water already on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������.  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������-  "TAKI" notice that Hincks A. Lee, of Vuneou-  ���������*���������        ver, occupation cruiser. Intends to apply  for perinissioii   to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on tlie south  bank of the Similkaineeii river about one-half  mile northwest from Bromley station on the  Great Northern railway: thence south20chains  thence cast 10 cliains; thence north to river:  thence westerly along the river bank to the  point of beginning containing eighty acres  more or less.  HICKS A. LKK  October 20th. 1010 10-10  TAKK notice that I, Ronald Hcwat, of Fair-  view, B. C. occupation collector, intend  to apply for perinissioii to purchase the following described lands���������  Commencing at a post planted at the N. W.  corner of Section 7. Township 50. thence cast  40 chcins. thence south 10 chains, tlience west  40 chains, thence north 10 chains to point of  coincncoineiit.  RONALD HKWAT  September 20th. 11110.  NOTICE  NOTICE  SIA1ILKAMEKX LAND DISTIUCT  DISTRICT OF   YAI.K  *T\AKK notice that .JamesMcPherson, of Viin-  x coiner, occupation Accountant, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about two  miles northeast from Bromley station on the  Great Northern railway: thenco north eighty  chains; shence east eighty chains; tlience south  eighty chains: tlience west eighty chains to the  point of beginning containing lilOacre's more or  less.  .1A M KS M CIJH KI ISO X  Hicks A. Lee, agent.  October l!)th, 1010.  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK YAI.K  TAKK notice that .John A. .Judy, of Vancouver, accupation cruiser, intends to apply  for perinissioii to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about one and  one half miles northeast from Bromley station  on the Great Northern  railway; thence south  811 chains; tlience cast 81) chainf; ilicnce north 80  chains; then west 80 cliains to the point of beginning containing li-10 ados more or less.  JOHN A. .JUDY  Hicks A.Lee, agent.  October 18th. 1010 10-10  SINQ LEE  Laundry, Contracting- of all  kinds, Ditch digging-, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK VM,F.  Keremeos  Trading Company  Have a good lino of Groceries, Flour,  Tobacco, Clothing, Boods and [Shoes,  Etc., which they invite yon to call and  see before bnving elsewhere.  Prices, reasonable  NOTICE  .SLMILKAMKKX LAND DISTKICT  D1STICT OK VAI.K  TAKK notice that-Alex. .J. Mathieson. of  J- l'iiichcr Creek, Alta, occupation commercial Agent, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands: ���������  Coiiimciicj'.i^afc a po:it planted iihout20chaiiis  west, of the south west, corner of lot' 2011; thence  north >'i0 chains, thence west,SO chains, thence  south .SO chains, tlience cast SO chains containing (iH) acre;;, more or less.  Al.KX. .1. Matiiieson*  M. .J. MeKeown. locator  Oct !)th. 1010. .IS-10  TAKK notice that Leone M. Lee, of Vancouver, occupation married woman, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on the north  hank of Siinilkameen river and opposite Bromley station on the Great Northery railway;  thence east 20 chains: thence north 20 chains;  tlience west 20 chains to the Similkaineeii river  tlience in a southerly direction along the bank  of said river to the place of beginning containing 40 acres more or less.  LKONKM. LKK  Hicks A. Lee, agent  (k-tobol 20th. 1010. lli-10  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  REAL KSTATE MIXES  Agent for :  London & Lancashire  Kire Ins. Co.  Ocean  Accident and Guarantee Co.  IvElilCMEOH, B. C.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  G.  G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk .Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc*.  for sale at light prices  TOMHY SING, Keremeos.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT.  District ok Vai.k.  TAKK notice that Krn.uk Richter, of Kerc-  J- moos, occupation, merchant, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described land : ���������  Commencing at a post planted at the S. K.  corner of P. H. Ii.">ls thence SO chains south,  thence SO chains west, thence SO chains north,  thence SO chains easf to point of cniiiinenee-  Jiieut and containing(Miiacrcs.  FHANK IilCHTKR  October 27th, 1010 47-10  i  * 1  'H  i  en  8  "XI  I  1  .11  I

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