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 AND SIKtlLKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  )  Volume VII.  HEDLEY, B.O:, THUESDAY, JANUARY 19. 1911,.  Number 2.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  .   [18 years' practice in Vaneou ver.]  S. O. L. Go's Block  PENTICTON,      -      -       B. C.  W. H. T. GAHAN  'Barrister,   Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Mokk Block  PENTICTON,      - B. C.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ���������     *     *     * _    *  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  I  Most Successful in Life of the  Nickel Plate and other  Properties of the  Group  K. C. BROWN  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR.  NOTARY PUBLJC, Etc   .   -  PRINCETON,  B.C.  Everything flew and First-Class  Bar supplied "with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, find Special  Attention", paid".'to  the . Table.  MINE nUl LOOKED SO- WELL  CONNAUGHT ACCEPTS  Brother of Late  King-   to be  Canada's  Next Governor-General  Livery, Feed & Sale tallies  HKDLEY , B. C.  ir A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   IF Orders' for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Greatest Tonnage Ever Produced In Any  One Year���������More Development Done  Than Ever Before���������Values Show No  Diminution with Depth���������Important  Additions to Plant.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Kates moderate.  A. Bakxes, Prop.       Pentictox, B.C.  ' Office of Dominion Express Company.  .   WQOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon   11.        I N N1S  B ROS. Proprietors.'  Try  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Heal 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 Fire Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  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  Stocks Alines  HerIbort B. Brown  Broker  '   MEMBER   VANCOUVER  MINING EXCHANGE  443 Pender St. AV.       .   - ��������� Vancouver.  Write me about your claims  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER,'SOLICITOR/.  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  HEDLEY BARBER SHOP  f?wo Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  jiAIR   CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  liKOULAR monthly meetings of  ._ . Hedley Lodge No. Hi, A. F. & A. M..  ! 'T > arc hold on tho second Friday in  ich month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  rcthren are cordially invited to attend.  iKo  Chrysanthemums  ��������� ���������        * ���������    Order Your Flowers for Christmas now.  We are the largest growers of  choice Chrysantheunis and Carnations  in the Iuterior of B. C.  Dealei-s Avrite  ns about lettuce,  radishes and parsley, your customers    will   want   these   for  Christinas.  FRACHE BROS.  Flourist, - Columbia, B. C.  K. FRASER,  W. M  J. A. SCHUBERT,  Secretary  L. O, L.  Kesnilar monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1714 are held on  the third Monday in cv.ery  S'^SlS'^iiionth in Fraternity Hall. Visit"  ig hrcthcrii arc cordially invited to attend.  .iOHX .(AMfE-SOX. AV. M,  ' F. DOLLKAIOKK, Scc't.  . a. e. s'rnm  ItAUOr.l)  JIAVXB 1MI.V  5TUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock ]*]xehango  teal Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W  Opposite New Post Olllce  ��������� I I'. O. BOX !'(>('  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  fancouver,  B. C.  1  Doi.i'lllN and Si-ak Fuaci'IOXai, Mineral  Claims, in the Osoyoos Mining Division of  Vale District. Where located: on tho cast side  of Leremeos Creek on Manuel   .Marcel's ranch.  Take Notice that I. C. A. Stocss of JSolownii.  H. ('.acting as agent for Chas. \V. Jordan, of  Olalla, li.C. free minor's certificate No JiliKffil.  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  tho Mining llucordor for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  section li" must be commenced before the issue  of such Certificates of improvement.  C. A..STOF.SS  DecuiiibcrliiU.li. 1������10- 50-10.  The past year has been a most notable one in the history of Hedley's  great mine, the Nickel Plate and other  mines of the group owned by the  Hedley Grold Mining Co.  For many years prior the story of  the year's doings has been merely a  record of extraction with no effort to  keep development ahead and nothing  done to the plant further than the  necessary repairs to keep the machines  moving. The past year, however, has  seen all that changed, and as a. result  the mine and pjantare easily worth  double what the present owners would  have given for it two years ago.  The development work done dnring  the year, apart altogether from what  work was done in the way of ore extraction, totalled, for all the properties of the group, 905 feet of drifting,  520 feet of sinking and 2S0 feet of upraises.  Other exploratory work which  while not exactly regaidedas development work was the diamond drilling  of which 8137 feet was done.  The tonnage milled dining the year  was 46,828 tons oi" ore and in addition  there were several thousand tons more  broken that are now lying in the  ���������sfcopes ready, to be sent down the  tramways to the mill. For the greater  part of the year the monthly ore  tonnage milled was over 4000 tons, but  during three or four months it fell far  below that because of a partial dismantling of the old plant to permit of  installation of hew equipment. The  highest 'tonnage ever milled in any  year befoie was 44,508 tons.  So far as tiie improvement of  the  mine is concerned as the   result of exploration    and   actual    development,  there are tnany  new ore  bodies now  opened  up  that  were  not  known  to  exist a year ago.     In No. 4 tunnel for  instance, driven early in 1900 by M. K.  Rodgers,  which had been condemned  and abandoned by his successors who  even   went so  far as  to take   out the  trackage from the drift,   there is now  being taken out two trainloads of ore  per day ahel from that tunnel new ore  bodies are opened up  both above and  for 120 feet below it;  and Mr. Rodgers  who with bis brother Harry Rodgers,  went through the various workings of  the property a few days ago, declared  that the mine was in  better position  to-day so fur as ore in sight is concerned, than it ever was.  , The most significant item of the development operations was that of 520  feet of sinking. This is a feature which  was hitherto  practically unknown in  the mine, the previous workings being  confined to tunnels and adits.    Ft now  shows  that the  mine will  respond to  development which looks to depth and  so far   the results have borne  out the  belief.    Better still, the ore  bodies en  countered   in  sinking  have   kept   up  their  values and shown no   tendency  to become leaner as depth is attained.  In addition   to the development done  on the   Nickel Plate,  Sunnysides and  Woodland  tlie past year has seen the  resumption  of work  on   the  Bulldog  which had been practically untouched  during the interim since Rodgers gave  up  the  management,  and   from   the  development and  from the showings  encountered  both in  bore  holes and  drifts   it is evident   that   tin;  present  year will see   this claim furnishing its  quota of the ore sent down to the mill.  Announcement is made from Ottawa  that the Duke of Connauglib has  formally accepted the post of Governor-General of Canada and will arrive  in this country in1 September next to  enter upon his duties.  Prince Arthur as he was first known  to Canadians is no stranger to Canada  This is the second time that a member  of the Royal Family has occupied  Rideau Hall acting in that capacity  and it seems only a short time since  his sister the Princess Louise and hei'  husband the Marquis of Lome did the  honors of Rideau Hall, and yet it is a  third'of a century.  ROSSLAND'S SOUTH BELT  Hopes Of The Camp Rest on Ever In-  ,   creasing Improvement of Properties  in That Locality  FLORENCE GROUP BONDED ..  A.bond has been given by Thos.  Bradshaw on the Florence group of  mineral claims and also on his lanch.  The,party to whom it has been bonded  is P. AV. Gregory, of Vancouver, who  has *been looking up preperties for  English capital.  The. price stipulated in the agreement is $10,000 for the ranch and  $100,000 for the mineral claims. The  parties holding the bond have until  the middle of April to make the first  payment on the mineral claims and  only until the end of February on the  ranch.  The Florence group consists of the  Florence, Kitty Fraction, Zerust Fraction, Florence Fraction. Bullonbeek,  Whale, Little Pittsburg, and Eagle's  Nest No. 2 mineral, claims. They lie  favorably for catching good ore bodies  and have very encouraging showings.  Considerable work has been done on  them but not much of permanent  value in the way of proving extent.  The Rossland Miner in telling of the  development on the Bluebird claim  and other properties in the south belt  now under development says that all  eyes are turned on that long neglected  portion of the camp.  Of the old locations in that portion  of the camp there are the Bluebird,  Mayflower and Lily May under development and all of them are in ore  of good pay value. Rossland business  men are interested and are putting up  most of the money for the development deing done. They are trying to  sink to a depth of 500 feet and from  there they expect, from the showings  they now have, to make the diamond  drills show up sufficiently large,ore  bodies to warrant the carrying on of  mining in that camp on about as big  a scale as ever before.  L. O. L. ELECT OFFICERS  MONEY IN MINING  Interesting Figures are Given to Show  This Fact.  That mining investment is the  soundest and'most profitable of all  when made under the advice of competent engineers and managed with  capability and integrity, is evident  from tlie fact that for the first eight  months of last year 120 mines paid  $48,301,333" in dividends, and this despite the abnormal prices of the metals.  What other industry or system of  investment can show such results'* In  the same period seven smelting companies paid dividends amounting to  $11,269,600.���������Mining and Engineering-  Record.  Hedley L. O. L. No. 1744 elected the  following officers for the ensuing year,  and were installed on Jan. 10 with the  usual ceremonies:  W. M. John Jamieson  Dep. M. Harry Rose  1 Treas. Bert Jones  Rec. Sec. W. Lonsdale  Chap. T. Knowles  M. of C, A. J. King    *  Tyler, H. Ross.  Auditors, T. Willie, E. Vans  The   lodge   has   had   a   prosperous  year, adding eighteen new  members.  MASONS EXTEND THANKS  Hedley Masons on the first opportunity .afforded them of expressing-  their appreciation of the services of  all those who contributed towards the  divine service on Christmas in commemoration of the anniversary of St.  Johns Day, tendered a vote of thanks  to the pastor for the sermon preached  011 that occasion, to the leader of the  choir and all the members thereof including the organist and the owner of  the instrument  used on the   occasion.  CANADIAN NAVY LEAGUE  B. C. LEGISLATURE  House  Occupied with   Debate   on   The  Address  The Provincial Legislature of British Columbia opened on Thursday the  12th inst. and the speech from the  throne by Lieutenant-Governor Pater-  son outlined the legislation which will  engage, the attention of the Legislature.  The address was moved by J. P.  Shaw of Kamloops and seconded by  Mr. Manson.  OLD PIONEER GONE  DtTSlDKlVOUK  Neither was improvement confined  to the mine and the reduction plant,  but the year witnessed general improvement to outside work as well.  Perhaps first in importance was the-  new electric tramway to No. 4 tunnel  some 3000 feet in length which had to  Continued on Page Two  George. C. Tunstall, one of the faithful hardy band who crossed the plains  from eastern Canada to British Columbia in in 1802, died at Kamloops on  the 0th inst. He was one of the kindliest men in British Columbia and  many an old pioneer's last days were  cheered by linn. Very few of the  members of that old band of pioneers  who crossed the plains are now surviving, .1. A. Mara, A. L. Fortune of  Enderby and brother and Mrs. Schubert, mother of our townsman, Mr. .).  A. Schubert, are all of the survivors  who are personally known to us.  DIED SUDDENLY  Amos Bi.Tiie.s, of Penticton, died  very suddenly on Wednesday of last  week. Ho had gone out to the pump  house- and not returning for some  time they went to look for him and  found him dead. It is thought that  heart failure was the cause. The old  gentleman and his family -weiV popular in Penticton and his death is regretted by all.  The Gazette recently sent for a. cbpy  of Capt. dive PhillippsWolley's book  on the.Canadian navy and the. perusal  of its pages has been thoroughly   enjoyed.     It has all  the. charm  of  the  author's   bright    trenchant    literary  style   and   possesses,    the   additional  quality  of being the  theme . that lies  nearest his heart.    So much is this apparent that one does not need to know  the circumstances  under which   it is  being   published   to   appreciate  that  fact.    The  book is a collection of addresses  the author delivered   on  the  subject and as each address dealt with  a different phase  of. the  subject   the  whole dovetails  into a  most comprehensive   treatment of   the   question.  The  book   is   published   1)}"   William  Briggs of Toronto and Captain Wolley  has paid for the publication out of his  own pocket.   It is got up cheaply with  paper cover  both for sale at 25c  per  copy and  for free distribution  and all  the  receipts  from  sales  of  the work  will go towards  payment of i.ther editions  for distribution.    The  patriotic  Canadian   will   buy  the book,   read it  and lend it to his friends and persuade  them   to  buy copies   to lend   to   their  friends.  Captain Wolley is Vice-president of  the  Canadian  Navy League  which is an organization which has no  political bias and   has among its members both  Conservatives and Liberals.  Its object   is  to   disseminate   among  Canadians  a   wider  and   truer knowledge  of  what  sea.   power  means  for  Canada and that object attained there  should  be no  fear as to  what the verdict of the Canadian people will be towards   the whole  question  no   matter  how  they  may differ as to ways and  means.    The   Gazette would advise its  readers   to   write   to   tin; Secretary of  the Victoria-Esquimalt Navy League,,  Victoria, B. C, for a copy.    AH honor  to  Captain   Wolley   for liis   patriotic,,  self-sacrificing effort in this behalf.  In  the  part  he  is   taking   he is  dointr   a  thing as,worthy  of the. best traditions  of the British navy and a.������ much calculated to uphold its  honor and advance  its   welfare   as   the  ships'   officers   o  Nelson's fleet who led boarding parties?'*'  i against the ships of  the enemy.  -^'^'Kt'^ay^-i.aig,^- THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,  JAN 10,   1911.  *jc- ���������  . end  Sii'inlkasKae:"! Advertiser.       '  -..;>���������,���������.( i.n Tliursrlavs. 1'V the Mkih.mv G.v/.kttk  ���������i'i:i.vn\i; ami I'rr.i isiiisc Comcanv. |  l.l.MITl-:').   a:   Med lev.   H. C  OT- HERE SIHCE 1900V  %  Subscriptions in Advance  PLr'VcMi' ...���������������������������< ������--,Hi  ������������������       v   (United Slates) " -������������������:���������������'  Advertising Rates  "Measurement, li lines to the inch.  Laivd Notices���������Cert: lient os of improvement, etc.  y7.H0 for (id-day notices, and S.i.0fl for :������)-dny  notices.  Contrar.t Advertisements-One inch per month  SI.���������,'.'>: over 1 inch and up to 1 inches. SI.00  '   per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taki'iu larger space than  four inches, on  application, rates will tic Riven of reduced  charges, based on si/.c of space and length  of .time.  Transient Advertisements���������not. exceeding one  inch. S1.00 for one insertion, 2������ cents for  each subsequent insertion.   Over one inch;  i     10 cents per li.ic for first insertion and :i  cunts per lino for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Clinim-cs for contract advertisements should  be in the oIHco by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for.that week's issue. .  Advertisements will bo changed once every  month it: advertiser desires, without any extra.  charge. Kor changes oftcner than once a month  he   price of composition   will  be charged at  regular rates.  A. MEGRAW, .Ylanajring b'ditor.  Firil Moon  U  L-ast rpiar.  New Moon  HO  First quar.  1011  JAN  1911  -  lYion. Tucs. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.  20  :u  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  Premier  McBride made no mistake  when lie chose the Hon.- Price Ellison  as one. of his -ministers   and   took   him  into his cabinet.    The Premier  wants  to   have  around   him   'men   who   are  workers  and   Price   was  always.built  that way.    It was a   happy  idea,  also  sending him over the ocean  to re-visit  his old home and cast  a,  fatherly   eye  over  the  British   Columbia fruit exhibits that wore   being  so  well   managed     hy    Mr.   .13.   Bullock-Webster.  While there Mr. Ellison did excellent  missionary  work   for   this   province,  and his speeches appearing in English  papers are a. compliment to the accuracy of English reporters for they read  exactly like Price; there is something  exhilarating   in   tlie   tone    of   them.  They struck   home, and he seemed to  have had the happy faculty <>f  telling  the people over there  the  very  thing  they  ought to   be told    and  if good  results are   not obtained  from  it wo  are badly mistaken.  SavcYouv Money;  ^������mTOence How!  We want evayouetofenow  Ttjat we are paying -*���������  c~4% IuTerestr^  perarmut������ creo%3 mftily  on. savings deposits ($1-  & upward) subject ToWh.-  drawat V cheque &-  o-5������ Interest^  on time deposits of**  ���������SfrnoTitlis&wer.-*-  We invest raouef for clients  in first morto^es & do a  general financial business.  We want^ur saving accnt  & if you are not saving  sfsTematicatlY', ���������*��������� - ��������� ->-  (soTTimenceNowWifliUS.  Deposits "by mail ^^  -*���������' ���������*���������������������������* easily Tia-rufled ���������  "Yoocan send hy Draff,  Post Office > Cypress  - Order or Re&istererT^V  Letter & withdrawals  can be made-*- + -*��������� ��������������� ���������*  ���������*��������� ��������������� any way you wish.  /eare Responsible  Referto^?-* + +.-*  Duns,Bradstreets,  or To anyone m������������������+  VM60UVER-  Write us about ityay  Do it tot!!!!!  DowJi^EiiAi Co. Ltd.  11 Saiiie Street,  ^Vancouver B.C.^  "Water Notice  ME  TEC  v'mg  PROLOG ICAL.  Thefollo\  are the readings show-  ing temper  attu  e.  etc.,  for the week  ending J.-in  li,  1910 :  AT  rHK MINK.  Maximum        Minimum  Jan  8  18        ..               12  <)  20        ..                8  10  -S        ..             24  1.1  l(i      ..           :"���������]  12  -10        ..             82  IH  0         . .                :ir>  U  lo         . .                12  Average, maximum temperature  2.71  Average, minimum            do        1(5.28  Mean tempi  :rati  ire                           --0.7S  Rainfall for the week    0.00 inches.  Snowfall        "        " 4.0  G'OIUlESrONlHNG WKKK Oh" LAST YKAIl  Highest maximum temperature 24.  Average maximum  do  ln.So  Lowest minimum  do  0.  Averatre  mm mi nin  do  5.28  Mea n  do  21.18  .\T  THE 31 ILL.  Maxima tn  y\  imnnirn  Jan  S  <)  ���������12  ���������IS  28  28  10  -2  8  11  8  15  12  10  15  18  5)  20  14  1  10  Average;  maximum ti.  mpei'i  tine 82.37  Average  minimum  do  8.  Mean  do  2.78  Rainfall for the- week  I).      mc  lies  .Snowfall  "        ���������*  0.0  .;  coKKK.sro.vijrNO wm;  C  OI.' I.,  ST  VKAIt  Hishest maximum te  mperature  18  Average  do  do  82.14  Lowest niinimuin  do  /  Average.  do  do  10.28  Mean  do  24.21  When   writing   Adversers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V., Sec. 23,  of the "Water Act". 1909, to obtain a licence in the Similkameen Division of Yale  District.  a The name of Company in full, South  Kelowna Land Co., Ltd.  Tlie head o&ce���������Kelowna,'B. C.  Tlie capital, how divided; showing  amount paid   up, S250,000.00, all paid up.  b The name of the lake, stream or  source (if unnamed' the description is)  Hydraulic Crjek and menders  c The point of diversion, thirty chains  north of the sixteen mile post on tlie east  line of lot 2719.  d The quantity of water applied for  (in cubic feet per second), 70, or 1661 acre  feet.  e The character of the proposed works  ���������dams, ditch and Hume  f   The   premises on   which the water is  to he used (describe same)  f X. .'.- Sec. 21, Part S. VV, ,| Sec 25. W. .'. Sec  ���������it: Sue 22. S. >���������. Sec It. S. W. J Sec 21, Tp. AS. X.  K. 1 Sec. 31. N. "VV. 1 Sec AS. X. K. \ See 2i), X.W.  I See :tr>. X. K. \ Sec HI. 10. .' Sec 32. X. \V. \ Sec  32. \V. !, Sec '������. Tp. 2i). VV. A Sec 2, Sec 3. Sec. I.  S. \V. '"See :>. S. JO. 1 Sec I!. X. .'. See (i. \V. A Sec  1. Tp. 2fi.   ,01 Id acres.  g The purposes for wliich the water  is lo he used���������irrigation.  li    If for irrigation   describe   the   land  intended   to be irrigated, giving acreage.  li X. A See 21. part S. \V 1 Sec 23, VV. A See 23.  Sec 22. X, A Sec 1-1. S. VV ���������, Sec 21 Tp. 28. X JO 1  Sec 31. X.W. } Sec2.S, X. 10. 1 Sec 2i). N. VV. 1  Sue. 35. X. 10. .1 Sec 31. 10. A Sec 32, X. \V. | Sec 32  VV. A See 33. Tp 2!). "VV.".' Sec. 2. Sec 3. Sec J.  S. \V. 1 Sec. .I. S. 10. .| Sec. li, X. A See (!. W. A Sec  1. Tp. 21!. olio acres.  j Area of Crown land intended lo lie  occupied by the proposed works, 1440  acres.  k This notice was posted on tho 17th  day of November, 17th, and application  will be made to the Commissioner on thc  24th day of" December, 1910.  1 Give the names aud addresses of any  riparian proprietors or licensees, who or  whose lands aro likely to be affected by  the proposed works, cither above or below the outlet, D. Gallagher, J. McClelland, A. Ashton, ail of Kelowna, H. C.  p Extaact from memorandum of association  2 The objects for which the Company  is established are  d To develop, acquire, own and hold  record of unrecorded water, and to purchase water records and water privileges,  and to construct, erect,maintain find operate canals, ditches, acqucdiicts, raceways  flumes, weirs, wheels, feeders, laterals,  reservoirs,   dams,   wells,   lakes,'buildings  or other erections.or works which may be  required in connection with the improvement, and use of the said water and water'  power, or by .altering, renewing', extending improving, repairing or maintaining  any such works, .or any part thereof, and  to conduct, carry on, and transfer. water |  'to all persons or corporations for irrigation, manufacturing, or industrial, mechanical, mining, milling, domestic or  stock-raising purposes; and also to build  and construct storage reservoirs for the  collection and storage ol" water for the  purposes above mentioned, wit li full power  and authority lo - make contracts and  agreements for thc sale of permanent waterworks and carrying water for the purposes aforesaid.  s.  ' Beaver  swamps  on height-   of land  hear headwaters of Hydraulic Creek.  t    Dams  u    Depth in feet,    Area, in acres,  BANH'-OF.  75 Years in Bushiest  Capital and Reserve Over $7,300,000  feet    acres  feci   acres  feet  acres  1..  0.0  11..154.7  21.  .544.0  2.. 4.0  12..1S9.0  22.  .569.2  3.,.  6.0  13:, 257.0.  23.  .595.1  4.. 8.0  14..2S7.2  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.S  27.  .676.4  S..84.5  18.,407.6  28.  .696.9  9..96.0  19.,492.8  29.  .717.1  10.117.3  20..51S.1  30.  .737.4  v    Lease  and purchase  w    S670 i  icrc  feel.  x    3 Ear  th c  ams with puddle cores  Signature,.,  The Sot  TH  Kelowna L.  vkn Co  Ltd.  >  Per'F  . "W. G  "oves.  P  O.  Address���������Kelowna,  B. C."  10th Nov. 1910  TWoriey Orders  safe [y���������eo n ve 11 i ei 1 tl y���������^incl  at  Hankers" Assoc.iatson Money Order.  Money Orders for $ 5.00 or under  5.00 to $10.00  .Small sums ol: money      can    be   transmitted  trifling   expense-���������by  our  K  a  10.00 to  30.00 to  80.00  50.00  cost  i.  4;  <(  ���������3 cents.  G    .."  10     ".".  15     "  Hedley Branch,  H. A Hincks, Manager  Water Notice  Notice is hereby given tliat an application will be made under Part V., Sec. 23,  of thc "Water Act," 1990, to obtain a licence in the .Similkameen Division of Yale  District.  a Thc name of Company in full, South  Kelowna Land Co., Ltd.  The head office, Kelowna, J3. C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount   paid up, $250,000.00,   all paid up.  , b The name of the lake, stream or  source (if unnamed the description is)  Stirling Creek.       ,  c The point of diversion, a point about  six miles below its source.  d The quantity of water applied for (in  cubic feet per .second), 50  e The character of the proposed works,  dams, ditch and flume.  f The premises on which the water is  to be used (describe, same)  f N. J, Sec 24, part s.-w. | Sec 25, w. ���������.",'  Sec 23, Sec 22, 11.A Sec 14. s. w. :]. Sec 24  tp. 2S. n.e. :] Sec. 31. n.w. j Sec. 2S. n.e.  :| Sec 29., n. w. ;| Sec 35., n.e. :] Sec 34.,  e. A Sec 32., n. w. :| Sec. 32., w. A Sec. 33  We may be able to still further improve Victor Records  we hardly know where. <:  They are now absolutely uniform in tone and quality, wherever  you buy them���������so smooth you can scarcely hear the needle���������more  durable than ever���������and double faced-���������two records for the one price.  thougn      ""*"������.  w. -A Sec 2, Sec 3, Sec 4,   s. w. .]  :] Sec 6,, n.  5440.  6, w. A St  Tp. 29.  Sec 5, s.  1. Tp. 26  g The purposes for which the water is  to be used, irrigation.  b If for irrigation describe thc lands  intended to be  irrigated, giving acreage.  h N. A See 24. Part s.w. :] Sec 25. w.  A Sec 23, Sec 22, 11. A Sec 14, s.w. ���������] Sec  24, Tp. 28. N.e. 4/See 31. n.w. :] Sec 28.  n.e. :} Sec 29. n. w, rj- Sec 35.. n.e. :] Sec.  34. e. A Sec 32. n. w. ���������] Sec. 32. w. A Sec.  33, TpT 29. W. A Sec 2, Sec 3 Sec 4, s.w.  :] Sec 5, s.e. \ Sec 6, n. A Sec 6, w. A Sec  1. Tp. 26. 5440 acres.  j Area of Crown land intended'to be  occupied by the proposed works, none.  k This notice was posted on the 17th  day of November 1910, 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 affected by  the proposed works, either above or below the outlet, none.  p Extmct from memorandum of association;  2 The objects for which the Company  are established are  d To develop, acquire, own and hold  records of unrecorded water, and to purchase water records and water privileges,  and to construct, erect, maintain and  operate canals, ditches, aqueducts, raceways, flumes weirs, wheels feeders, laterals, reservoirs, dams, lakes, wells, build  ings or other erections or works which  may be required in connection with the  improvements and use of the said water  and water-power, or by altering, renewing  extending, improving, repairing or maintaining any such works, or any part thereof, and to conduct, carry on find transfer  water to all persons or corporations for ir-  rigation, manufacturing or industrial, mechanical, mining, milling, domestic or  stock-raising purposes; and also to build  and construct storage reservoirs for tlie  collection and storage of water for the  purposes before mentioned, with full power  and authority lo make contracts and  agreements for tlie sale of permanent  water works and carrying- for the purposes aforesaid.  s Heaver swamps on height of land  near head waters of Hydraulic Creek  I     Dams.  Depth in feet. Area in acres.  m     1  For Sale by  LOUIS GROLLS &  CO.  Hedley B. C  No FVeigrht - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  u  feet    acres  1.. 0.0  2.. 4.0  3.. 6.0  4.. 8.0  5..10.0  6..11.4  7..61.6 .  8.. 84.5  9..96.0*  10.117.3  Lease  v  w  X  feel    Acres  II, 154.7  12,. 189.0  13.. 257.0  14,. 287.2  15..317.3  16.. 347.4  17..379.8  18,.407.6  19. 492.8  20,.518.1  and purchase  feet  21  acres  .544.0  .569.2  . 595.1  .614.4  0..635.7  26.. 656.0  27..676 4  28.. 696.7  29..717.1  30. .737.4  Western Distributors  WALTER F. EVANS <& CO.  Successors to  DYKE, EVANS (Si, CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver.  I The  Halcyon  Sanitarium!  I  1  X  X  *  x  ������  x  ANALYSIS OF WATER  Chlorine   Sulphuric Acid   Silica   Lime   Alkalies as Soda   Magnesia.   Lithia   Sulphuretted Hydrogen..  S.14  803.43  74.59  84.57  o.fll  232.00  .86  32.00  X  X  ������C  X  K  x  5 William Boyd, Proprietor  x  x  Has recently been tlirouglitly renovated  and l'c-furnislicd, and is now thc greatest  healtli resort upon tlie continent. Xatuml  liot wu in baths. 121 degrees of licit. A  course of bafclis at Halcyon wilJ cure nervous and muscular diseases and eliminate  rliueniatism and nietalic poisons from tlie  systrm. The water heals liver, kidney,  mid siomticli complaints. TJie rates are $2  a day up; or ������12 weekly up. Postoflice, express and telegrapli ofliees in connection.  Halcyon, B. C.  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.    Comprising 100 Acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in British Columbia. ' All stock winter-$|  ed in our collars and no diiinger of buring winter Icillccl trees.  Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Orchards.  22.  23!  24.  o  8670 acre feet.  (3)  Karlh dams with puddle cores.  Signal 1 ire  Tl-IIi SOL'TH  Klil.OWNA LAND Co.,  LTD.  Per F..W. Groves.  1\ O. Address���������Kelowna, B. C.  10th Nov., 1910.  ^���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  ���������  ���������  THE  e Grower's Guide ������\  By Lin^s Wolverton, M. A, ���������;    tl  A Complete  (iuide to   the Planting   Culture. Harvesting and Mar- a;,:  keting of Apples. V-;  Cloth, Large Qua. :... Beautifull Illustrated, $2.00. by Mail $2.25 J'/  For Sale bv all Booksellers Y'-  WILLIAM BRIGGS  29-37 Richmond Street West  Toronto, Canada.  ���������I 1  'THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,  JAN. 19, 1011.  ������!  Towa ������������������ and ������������������ District.  Austin Henderson of Otter. Plat .was  in town over Sunday.   ,-/.'  0. H. Carle was a visitor in town at  tho end of tho week.  For No. 1 dry wood or any'kind of  job, work see���������W, W. Siinoiis.  fee cutting  has commenced on the.  river this weelc.     The quality is good.   necessai-v to reVnm,.hdVhe'water driven  with   what was   before in   place something over 7o() horse power.by steam.  To accommodate  these'��������� required also  the    construction    of ( the    necessary  buildings  to  house  tin;  new   boilers, i  'and'other.machinery aliOiit' the power ;.  house  and mill   that could  not be ac-!.  comniodated  in the buildings already |  provided. .     .       '   '      '       i  To supply power for the mine it was j  iltf*h������*l  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP HEDL  WATCH IT GROW  A. 1:5. Clabon has been .operated on  in the Vancouver General Hospital,  for appendicitis.  The cold snap of last week was quite  ample in both severity and duration  to do for a whole? winter.  W.'T. Atherton had his toes frozen  during the recent cold snap and has  rather an uncomfortable time getting  around  We  regret to loii.ru  that Provincial  Constable Tooth is in the Hospital  suffering from an'attack of typhoid  fever���������Kelowna Courier.  Steel is being laid on the Kettle  Valley out of Midway. A track-laying  machine is being used and the steel  will be in Rock Creek in a few days  inore.  Dr. Jackson, dentist, found it too  cold to make the drive oyer from Penticton last week and is coining this  week instead. He is expected heie  tomorrow.  House plants suffered during the  last cold spell. Housewives who managed to bring their plants through  without injdry are very much pleased  with themselves in consequence.  Ed. Burr was about the most popular man in town last  week.    His ser-  .,   vices were much in demend for frozen  .'water taps.     A great benefactor was  .   the  "man with the  monkey wrench"  on this occasion.  Some Hedleyites have a shrewd  'snspicition that the Neill who is starring it on the Phoenix hockey team  this' winter is our own Neill of the  Nickel Plate. He moseyed over in  that direction late in the fall with  hockey in his eye, but it was expected  that Nelson would have the benefit of  his services. Phoenix is leading the  Boundary league thus fjir.  The B. C. Portland Cement Co. report a flourishing condition of affairs.  The Great Northern are to have the  bridge built over the river this winter,  and the Cement Co. instead of waiting  for spring to begin work on the prep-  erties are going to start in early next  month. The company has met good  success in disposing of its bonds and  have capital enough to push everything ahead briskly.  A report which was said to have  been brought to town by a passenger  who came in on Thursday's train was  to the elt'ect that an explosion had occurred in the Hotel Penticton and  some particulars were given as to who  had been killed and who injured thereby. The one who originated the story  had evidently a vivid imagination to  make the report take such a form with  all the foundation there was for it.  F. H. French returned oh Saturday  from Vernon whore he had sone to  spend New Years under the parental  roof and bring back his wife and children who had been visiting for a month.  The cold snap happening along as it  did was a little more than he had bargained for and his trip over from Sum-  merland with a temperature of twenty  degrees below zero was somewhat  strenuous. The oldest child Wilfrid,  two years old, had his face frozen  twice on the trip over because he objected to keeping his head covered and  wanted to see all that was going on.  Rand air compressor formerly in use  so as to apply steam thereto and when  altered and rebuilt it lias become a  cross compound condensing steam and  two stage 20 drill air compressor, be  ing also connected to a'pelton wheel  so as to use steam or water or both.  The other  part of the new power  plant equipment  is  that  which  provides the  mine haulage by electricity.  Tn  this   the  former   100   k.w.   water  driven generator  has been superseded  by  ;i 360 k.w.  generator which  may  also  be - driven   by  either   steam   or  water.    To drive  il. by steam there  has. been   installed a 500 horse power  Goldie <fc McCulloch corliss condensjng  engine with the newest type of gover  nor  to ensure absolute  regularity of  speed and  this  is a most  economical  engine,  requiring very  much less fuel  than  the older types of engine.   To  drive, by water,  the large  new generator already referred  to has been direct connected at the other end with a  Doble waterwheel Of equal power with  the engine  under  thc  full  head and  supply of water which   is obtainable  from the flume.    This water wheel is  manufactured by-the John McDougall  Caledonian   Ironworks,   of   Montreal,  and    is equipped  with   Lombard   oil  governor.     Like other machinery it  was  held  up  in delivery   because of.  strikes in. the works  and did   not get  here in time to be  installed before the  water supply for the season had shortened  up. . Thus  it has not had an opportunity  to show  what it is capable  of doing  under more favorable conditions.     An    important   feature  con"  nected with the arrangement is that,  as in   the case of the air   compressing  uniti   it can   run   with both   water or  steam    if necessary,   and when   the  water supply is inadequate, to give the  full duty reciuired,sufticient steam may  be added from   the engine  to supply  the deficiencv.    Thus both units in the  power  house are as economical as it is  possible to get them.  JN  THE  MILL  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 C0MR4PY, Ltd,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  HEDLEY, B.C.  few of the weak spots and in all probability these will all be remedied before another winter can come around.  The estimated cost for new equipment, we understand, was $100,000  but owing to unfavorable circumstances beyond control it has exceeded  that. Had the machinery men delivered the new plant on contract time  the installation could have been made  for less, but they claim they were  held up by,strikes and other draw-1  backs for which they were not responsible.  x  X  x  OOOD PRINTING  Such as You should use when vou want  to make an impression on  customers.  NOTICE  SIMILICAMKEN LAND DISTRICT  UISTKIGT OK VALE  BORN  In Hedley on Tuesday. .January 17tli, to Mr.  and Mrs. G. McKacIiern���������a son.  A BANNER YEAR  Continued from Page one.  be graded and the track laid and  wired. Then there were extensive improvements and repairs to the gravity  tram by way of strengthening and in  some cases renewing the trestles. The  flume also which is loOOO feet in length  ���������received considerable attention in overhauling, repairing and renewing in  part.  Other outside work was the laying  ���������of about 7000 feet of water pipe to  supply water for the boilers, condensers and mill.  IX [Villi   POWER   HO US IS  the most radical changes of all took  place. Here-the old water driven plant  of altogether inadequate capacity has  been superseded by one of the most  complete and economical plants obtainable and one especially adapted  to the circumstances, in that it is interchangeable for either steam or  water or may be run by both. To install such a plant necessitated the addition of three 150 horse-power return  tubular boilers, together with pumps,  pipes, feed water etc. making available  Here the changes and improvements  have, been as important if not more so  than anywhere else about the concern.  Two objects were aimed at in the mill  changes.    These were (1) ample power  for continuous economical  operation  and (2) closer  extraction   of   values.  The first iias been obtained, for every  unit in the  null  requiring power for  operation   has  now   been   connected  with the new power plant and is being  successfully operated   with  the   new  electric moters.     The matter of closer  extraction was being attended to even  before the new mill equipment was obtained for a higher saving had already  been effected with a less  amount of  cyanide in the cyanide plant and besides   there has   been   saved   during  the  year  a   big pile of tailings that  will   equal   in   quantity  about  two-  thirds  the total ore tonnage for the  year and while it all goes less in value  than  that sent  down   the   river  by  former managements,   nevertheless it  is there to use as soon as they want to  recover the values therefrom.  The increased tonnage obtained  from the old plant before any new  machinery was installed was effected  by increasing the drop of the stamps  from a (J\ inch drop of the 1050 pound  stamps 106" times per 'minute to a7-A  inch drop 90 times per minute and the  increase by that change alone was 25  tons per day on the 40 stamps.  The new machinery for tho mill con  consists of Bunkerhill screens to classify the product from tlie batteries lie  fore passing to the tube mill for re-  grinding. Classifiers and hydraulic  sizers have also been installed and 12  new Deister tables for concentration  of the slimes. To the cyanide department of the mill the most important  additions have been the Oliver filter  presses and the Merrill precipitation  presses both in operation.  Thus it, may be seen that the vear  has been a particularly busy one in  every department of the industry and  the greatest amount of credit is due  the general superintendent C.P. ..'ones  who has given almost every delail the  closest personal supervision. It will  now be only a few weeks more until  the water supply will bejrin to come  up again and things be in a position to  demonstrate the full capabilities of  the improved plant to accomplish tlie  maximum of efficiency for which it  was designed. The unusually severe  weather of last week has had its use  in pointing out to the management a  'T*ako notice that 1, Robert Carcw Armstrong  ���������*���������       of Kereiiieo.s, li. C,. occupation Rancher  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following1 described lands: ������������������'-������������������L-������������������-  'Commencing at a post planted, at the northeast corner of Lot 07:1s; tlience west 40 chains,  tlience nortli fi cliains, more or less, to tlie Similkameen River; thenco following thc mean-  derings of the river easterly to point of commencement;, and containing 20 ocres, more or  less.  ROBERT CAREW ARMSTRONG.  J. I'. Thomas. Agent,  Dec. 10th, 1910 1!M0  X  X  K  ������  *  X  $  i  i  X  X  X  ������  X  ������  ������  Is Only Obtained  By using modern ty23e faces on good stock  The   Gazette*  Jcb   Department  is prepared to turn it out for you  x  x  I  S  ������  X  I  I  I  I  Patronize the Homes Shop  "Vou Want Home Trade.  I  NOTICE  SIMILICAMKEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK YALE  r|",AICI<; notice tliat William Stewart, of Cran-  x brook. B. C, occupation Hotel manager,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  followingdoscribed lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of lot !)15S. tlience south So chains,  thence east SO chains, thence nortli SO chains,  thence west SO chains, containing (M0 acres,  more or less.  AVll.LIA.M Stewaut  M. J, McKcown, locator.  Oct. 2Stli, 1910. 18-10  r*********^***^^^  S  i  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF  YALE  TAKE notice that "William V. Coons, of Van-  A       couver, occupation Broker, intends to  apuly for permission to purchase the following  described lunds:  Commencing at a post planted about ono and  one-half miles north and cast from Bromley  Station on the Great Northern Railway; tlience  south 10 cliains; thence west eiglity chains:  tlience north 10 cliains, tlience oust SO chains to  the point of beginning containing 320 acres  more or less.  "WILLIAM V. COONS  Hicks A. Lcc. agent  October IStli, 1910 lfi-10  NOTICE  i  i  X  X  X  ������  X  X  X  X  I  I  t.  r  X  ������  ������  *  x  ������  X  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  x  ������  X  J. A. SCHUBERT  Sauer Kraut ,2 lbs for 25c  Fresh Pickled Pork 25c per lb  Salt Herrings 15c per lb  X  ������  X  X  X  ���������������  X  ������  x  x  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  ������  J. A. Schubert I  Hedley, B. C.  ������  x  ������  ������  x  X  *m%wifaWAttytyfa*watt*wfrtt  t Happy New Year ���������  SIM1LKA.MKKN LAND DISTRICT  ni.STIUCTOK VA1.K  TAKK notieto that. "Matilda M. AlcCiellaml of  Vancouver, 11. C, occupation widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:  Commencing at, a post planted one and one-  half miles north and east of Bromley statibn on  the Croat Northern Railway; tlience north SO  chains; thence east, SO chains; thence south SO  ehains; tlience west SO chains to the point of beginning containing (f 10 acres more or less.  Matilda M. McClk.lla.vi>  Hicks A. Lee. Agent  October IStli, MHO Kf-10  NOTICE  KETTLE RIVER ASSESSMENT  DISTRICT *  Notice is hereby given that the Court, of  Revision and Appeal under the provision of  the Assessment Act IDO.'t. and Amending Acts  for the Kettle River Vmssiiicnt District will  beheld at the following places at the hour of  11 o'clock in tlie forenoon  Bock Crock, January 10th. 1011.  Bridesvillc. January 11th. 1911  Fairview, January 13th, 15)11  Keremeos. January 17th, 1!)1V~  ITkxkv NTC110LSON  Judge of the Court of Revision and Appeal  Fairview, Dec. 27th, 1010.  ��������� We take the opportunity of thanking our Custo- ���������  T mers for the liberal patronage during the past J  + year and wish them all ���������  ��������� ���������  ��������� Happiness and Prosperity in 1911 ���������  J ���������  __���������,���������__ ^ ^ ^  X It has always been our constant aim to carry the J  4y 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   l!J.   1911.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen--"Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Sam McCurdy is spending a few  weeks in Midway.  Two weeks ago it was tlie "water  wagon."    Now it's the ice wagon.  . Mrs. T. 0. Brooke and Baby Brooke  arrived home on Friday last from the  Hedley hospital.  Our town is now without a tqusorial  a-rtist, "Pish" having left for Vancouver on Friday on a business trip.  The young people (and a few of the  older) of Keremeos are making good  use of the skating now to be had on'  the river hear town. ,;  Mr. E. D. Fargo returned to Keremeos last Friday after a week's visit  to Spokane, Wenatchee and other  points in the state of Washington.  Rev. Mr. Cameron preached the  first of a series of sermons on chiuch  union on Sunday last. The series will  be continued in tlie Keremeos church  oil Sunday 29th.  H. B.  Meausette was elected  to fill  the    vacancy    on   the   school   board,  caused by the  removal of J. li. Shaw, j  at a special meeting of the. ratepayers j  of the Keremeos school district,   held j  on Saturday afternoon. I  At a meeting of the citizens of Keremeos held on Saturday afternoon the  following trustees were, appointed for  the ensuing year: J. J. Armstrong, T.  \V. Coleman, E. M. Crooker and Win.  Mattice. W. M. Frith was ixppointed  auditor.  > Monday's, "Wednesday's andFriday's  train is now usually about two hours  late: the delay being caused at Oroville  before starting, where the engine is  pressed into service   to help, the south-  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  District ok.Yale  TAKE NOTICE that I. Lome ��������� Stanley Coleman, of Keremeos. occupation engineer  intend! to apply for permission to-purchase the  following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about 10  chains cast of the south east corner of Lot No.  2!)s; tlience (10 chains south to a point 1*0 feet  north of the International boundary line,  thenee west 20 chains, thenco north 00 chains,  tlience east 20" chains'to point of .commencement.  ��������� LoitNE StaNlkv Coi.k.max  Dee. 5th, 1010 1-10'  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT-OF VAT.10 .   .     '  'rake notice "that Theodore Glows Phillips, of  A- Cranbrook. 11. C. occupation C.P.R. Auditor, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of Preemption 23s, thence north  80 chains, thence west 80 chains, tlience south  80 chains, thonce cast SO chains, containing (ill)  acres,; more or Jess.       -  TiiKODOKii Gi.o.ws Phillii'S  "VI. .T. McKcown, locator.  Oct28th, 1!)10. '..'.' ���������'.'."..'     :.���������18-10   .'������������������'  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGKj  irillE INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE - ���������        KEREMEOS, B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. li. Station  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  Keremeos-Pcnticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Kereiiicos for Penticton on Mon-'  da\'S, Wednesdays iind Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  XV. E. Welby, Proprietor.  ���������wwwwwwwmwwwwwwwwwwwww*  LAND NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  District ok Yale  KEREHEOS  MEAT   MARKET  TAKE NOTICE.that Axel R. Swanson, of  Frank. Alta, occupation agent, Canadian Pacilic Railway, intends tc apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the N. AV.  Corner of Lot i)lJ8, thenee west 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thenee east 80 chains,  tlience north SO chains, containing 010 acres,  inore.or less.  Axkl R. Swaxson    '  M. J. McKcown, locator.  Oct. 2Sth. litlO JS-10  NOTICE  Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  E. M. CROOKER  ^^1ff^'*������'il������4'il^'^M*)l������������lliMiil*iiai3������*i>������<������^''4'*������'ii  bound freight  make the big grade be  tween Oroville and Molson.  During the past -week Miss Annie  Innis and Miss Rita. Kirby have been  selling tickets for the Hospital ball at  Hedley and have, met with good success. Many who do not attend such  functions themselves, recognize the  worthiness of the cause, and purchase  tickets,  People of Keremeos were put to a  great deal. of inconvenience during  the past two weeks through the. failure of the Princeton colliery to deliver  a car of coal that had been on order  for a considerable time. Should the  same situation develop too frequently  many here, who have replaced their  wood heaters with coal burners, will  be disposed to return to the less convenient but reliable supply of fuel to  be obtained close at, hand.  Last weeks zero weather was a revelation to many newcomers in tlie valley of what even the genial Similkameen can put up in the way of storm  and. low temperature. There was the  usual inconvenience; suffered owing to  unpreparedness on the part of many.  We have before pointed out and again  would emphasize the fact that the  attractiveness of the climate here does  not rest in complete exemption from  cold snaps but in the long summers  short winters and the relatively large  number of fine days out of the 867>.  Our advice is to be prepared for the  occasional cold snaps: it will in no  wise detract from the enjoyment of  the fine days.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT Olf YALK/  TAICE notice that Robert A. Conkey, of Calgary, 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 the Great Northern Railway, thence  north SO chains: thenco west SO chains: tlience  south SO chains; thence cast SO chains to the  point of beginning containing 010 acres more or  C!?t" ROUERT A. CONKEY"  Hicks A. Lee.  Agent.  October IStli, 1010. 115-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK Y'ALK  TAKE'NOTICE that .John Riehter of Keremeos. occupation. Farmer, intends to  apply for permission to pure base the following  described lands  Commencing at a post planted at the S. E.  corner of Lot 303. Group 1.  Osoyoos,   thence 80  chains east, thence 10 chains south,  thence SO  west  thence 10 ehains north to  point of com  menccment. containing 320 acres in Tp. 55.  JOHN RIGHT I-: 11  October 21th, 15)10.  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR  HEATING  AND  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  Orders  by Mail will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DJSTKTCT Ol'' YALE  NOTICE  NOTICE  VTOTTCE is hereby given on the I nth day o  ���������*���������' .January next, application will be made  to tho Superintendent of Provincial police, for  the grant of a licence for the sale or 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-  Mynn Townsite.  Geohok & AltTIIflt W'eli.woop  December 12th. 15)10 S0-.I  NOTICE  STMJLlvAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  ' DISTKICT OI'" YALE  rPAKE notice that Daniel Burton, of Crau-  -1- brook, 11. 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 3.5)01. thenee��������� east 20 chains,  thence south 10 chains, thenee west SO chains,  thence nortli 40 chains, thence east 00 chains to  point of commencement, containing 320 acres  more or less.  Da.viki. Bcuto.v  jM. .J. MeKoown,'locator.  Oct. 28th, 15)10. IS-10  rPAKK notice that Marguerite MeKoown, of  -1- Quebec City,- I'. Q., occupation Private  Correspondent, intends toapnly for permission  to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted Twenty chains  i east of the south-west corner of lot 11,1(13, thenco  west eighty chains, thence south sixty chains,  thence cast eighty chains, thence north sixty  chain-; to point of commencement eontaininp-  ISO acres, more or less.  Mahc.ueiute McKhown  .  M. J. McKcown, locator.  Date Oct. 27th 15)10 48-10  NOTICE  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT OK YALE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  District ok Yale  TAKE notice that I, Ronald Hewat, of Fair-  view, 11. C. occupation collector, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands-  Commencing at a post planted n,t the N. W.  corner of Section 7. Township n0. tlience east  10 chcins. thence south 10 chains, thence west  10 chums, thence north 10 chains to point of  coinenecment.  RONALD HEWAT  September 2!)th. 15)10.  NOTICE  TAKK notice that Iliucks A. Lee, of Vnneou-  ���������*���������        vcr, occupation cruiser, intends to apply :  ���������������������������<  FIVE   ROSES   FLOUR  IS THE  REASON FOR  HAVING GOOD BREAD  Don't use Flour made from No. 2 wheat. If  you use "Five Roses" you can rest assured  you are getting the Best that money can buy.  FRANK  RIGHTER & CO.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  i  '    ' ' i  When in Keremeos stop at the  Central Hotel  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  X  X  K  X  X  X  X  X  I  If  K  x  *;  x  x  X  K  x  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains  B. C. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  i  !  *  I  X  I  !  FIGURE OUT  @  ������  ������  ������  ���������������  ������  m'  ��������������� ���������  m  J8S  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Gan you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by in  vesting  them  at home in  something  that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  REMEMBER  We  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.  @@@'" "* -" "'  m  ������  ������  ���������������  #  ������.  m  ������  m������  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds j Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keiiemkos, B.C.  for pcrniissioi  cribed lands:  to purchase the following  (.'onimoneinfr at a post planted on  the south  bank of the  .Siniilkaineen river about one-half !  mile northwest from Uroniloy station   on the i HTA'CI  SBIILICAMICKN LAND DISTKICT  DISTKICT Ol'- VALK  Great Xorthern railway: thence south20chains  thence east 10 chains; thence north to river:  thence westerly uloii^ the river bank to the  point of beginning containing eighty acres  more or less.  HICKS A. I,KK  October i"0th. 1010 IH-IO  SIMILKAMKKX LAND DISTKICT  DISTKICT  OK VAI.K  rI1;ilce notice that Kobert Kerr, of Medicine  ���������*��������� Hat, Alta., occupation I'ullinaii Cai- Conductor. Canadian I'acific Knihvay, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the.southeast corner of Lot 111 l!l, thence nortli (ill chains,  thence east SO chairs, thenee south SO chains,  tlience west 80 chains. cunUiininic MID acres,  more or less.  ItOIiKKT KKliK  M. ./. "McKcown, locator,  OctiSth. IJIKI IS-10  NOTICE  notice that .John A. .Judy, of Vancouver, occupation cruiser, intends to apply  for permission to purchase the following described hinds:  Commencing at a post planted about one and  one half miles northeast from Bromley station  on the Great Xorthern  railway; thence south  80chains; thence cast 80 chain!': ihence north SO  chains: then west 80 chains to the point of beginning containing (110 uc-ies more or less.  .JOHN' A. .JUDY  Hicks A. Lee, agent.  October 18th, If! 10 Ki-10  SIM1LKAMEUX I..VXD DISTKICT  DISTKICT OK   VAI.K.  NOTICE  SIM 11  ,KAMKKX LAND DIHTKIC'I  DIST1CT Ol' YAM".  TAIi'K notice that Alex. .1. "Mathicson. of  J- I'inehcr Creek, Altii. occupation commercial Agent,  intends to apply for permission to  ���������ADVERTISE    IN   T1TK    ('AZETTE  .SUBSCRIBE  FOR THE   GAZETTE  TAKE notice that .JuinesMcl'lierson, of Van-  7 couver. occupation Accountant, intends  to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands:  Commencing at n post planted about two  miles northeast from Krcmloy station on the  Groat, Xorthern railway; tlience north eighty  chains: shence east eighty chains; thence soul h  eighty chains; thence west eighty chains to the , .       .-,     ,.,    ,. .,      .       ,���������������������������.,    ,-,  point of beginning containing 010acres more or ! l>,"-chu!.c *-ho lollowing described lands. -  less. I    CoiiiineiH'ingat a post pliinled abouliiOchains  I \1\1I('S Alf'PlTli'RSfiv I west of the south west corner of Iof-(K<; tlience  .IAAII.S ju.,iiiiJi,sux I northS!������ ehniiis, thence west 80 chains, tlience  smith 80 chains, thence cast 80 chains containing 010 acres, more or less.  A I,k.w .1. "YIatiiikson  Al. .1. McKcown. locator  Oct !lth. 15)10. ,j8-|M  NOTICE  SIMTLKAMKKX LAM) DISTKICT  DISTKICT OK VAI.K  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  bank of Similkameen river and opposite Bromley station on the Great X'ortherv railway;  thence east 20 chains; thenee nortli iiO chains:  tlience west 20 chains to thc Similkameen river  tlience in a southerly direction along the hank  of said river to the place of beginning containing '10 acres more or less.  L.KOXK M. LICK  Hicks A. Lee, agent  Oetobol'inthjmo. lli-10  Keremeos  Trading Company  Have a good lino of Groceries, Flour,  Tobacco, Clothing, Boods and {Shoes,  Etc., which they invite yon to cull nnd  see before Iniying elsewhere.  Prices, reasonable  G.  G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for s;ile at right prices  TOMflY SING, Keremeos.  NOTICE  October ISIth,I!)IO.  Hicks A. Lee, agent.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  ltKAN F.STATK MINKS  Agent for:  London  & Lancashire   Kire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  KEIili.MKOS, 11. C.  ADVERTISE    IN   THE    GAZETTE  SIAIILKAMHKX LAXI) DISTKICT.  DISTKICT Ol''  Vai.k.  '["���������AKK notice that Frank Kichter, of Kere-  x tneos, 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. K. (wis thence SO chains south,  thenee Wl chains west, thence SO chains north,  thence .SO chains east to point of commencement and containing 010 acres.  i-'KAXK KICIITKK  October 27th, 11)10 17-10  ,    II  il  I  >'p|

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