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 -^m?'  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume IX.  HEDLEY, B. C.THURSDAY, /JANUARY 30. 1913.  NUMBEE   4.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [IS .voiirs practice in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s Iir.ocrc  PENTICTON,       -       -      B. C������  HOSPITAL BILL  A Successful and Profitable  Social Function  WHERE MERRY MASKERS MEET  R. W. DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches,   Properties.   Mines, Timber,  Water Powers  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C  X. THOMI'SO.V I'llONIi SHV.MOL'l! 50Vi  MCSH. WKSTKILV CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices nnd Warehouse. m~-0li HontLy .Street.  Vancouver, B. C.  Grand Union  Hotel .  HEDLEY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  Hedley    niners'    and    flillmen's  Union, No. ioi, W. F. of M.  Regular meetings of tlio Hedley Local. No.  Mil are lielfl on tlie first, and third Wednesday  in the month in Fraternity liall and the second  and fourth "Wednesday at tlie X. P. ."Mine  O. M. Kthvk.vs T, K. Wn.r.i:v  President  . Kiii-Scei-ut.iry.  '���������"A."K & A. M.  REGUbAK niontlily meetings of  Iledley Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. "M.,  arc-held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall. Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  ra  5. E. HAniLTON,  W. M  H. D. BARNES  Secretary  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Cuiii|> meets in  Fratoriiity Hall, the lirst and  third Thursdays in tho month.  \hk 'K. H. Sl.Ml'SO.V  Counsel ��������� Cleric.  L. O. L.  Regular niontlily meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1711 are hold on  the   third   Monday   in    every  'iS^3SrS^i?rnonth in Fraternity Hall.  Visit  ing brcthei'ii aro cordially invited to attend.  IL J. JONES, w. jr.  G. II. TURXKU. Soo't.  The. ;iiuiu.-il hospital hall for Will has  come ,-ind prone and is to he numbered  among the successful ones. The net  proceeds while not quite so high as in  some former years were nevertheless  well up to the average, and the event  passed very smoothly and .satisfactorily. In the matter of the supper a  different method was tried and it has  much to recommend it. At all events  it. relieved the women folk of a great  deal of laho������ and worry and that is a  consideration, J'or the social aspect  must not he altogether lost sight of in  the hiJior to obtain funds to keep the  institution going.  The outside representation was perhaps not up to former years, nevertheless Ii.iii-e.meos did fairly well and other  points were represented.  The hall was neatly decoiated for  the occasion and a different arrangement of the platform for the musicians  gave laiirer floor space for dancing.  "Many of the costauies were apt and  well carried out while a fair sprinkling  of them were as usual on such occasions, more or less nondescript.  The Mien's costumes were as a rule  rather .better than the ladies'and if a  prize had been given for the best  sustained character it would have  been easily won by J. Smith whose  make-up and acting of the character  of waiter were equally inimitable and  whose fussy obsequiousness and  eternal vigilance to keep after the  nimble sixpence never flagged for a  moment in the course of the evening  before .the hour .for unmasking came  about. The prospector's rig-out was  also apt and so far as the dressing (if  the part is concerned was well carried  out in detail. " Little Boy Blue " was  deeply cerulean in color and the horn  was there. There was a superfluity of  clowns on the,job and a few of Brooks'  6 JO from Mexico had strayed up in  this direction apparently still in search  of the long deferred pay.  The music supplied by Miss Lyall  and Messrs. Daly and Knight was well  to the liking of the dancers, while the  supper served at the Grand Union was  hy common consent voted excellent.  Following is a list of the maskers  although it is possible that some may  he missed as no provision was made  for handing in the names and characters represented. Those who may be  missed will therefore know that they  will have onlv themselves to blame:  Mildred Kirby. Miss Rita Kirby.  R. McCurdy. clown.  From Princeton :"���������Miss Kvans.  Scotch girl ; Miss Evans. .Spokane  Indian: B. Irwin; Mr. Legge.  THE LATE JAMES STOTT  HOCKEY MATCH  The  hockey   match-announced   for  Saturday afternoon on the local  rink  between Hedley and Keiemeos turned  out something of a disappointment in  more ways than one.   The. exceedingly  mild day and hot sun made it pleasant  for spectators to   watch a game in the  open, but it played the  mischief with  the ice which became very soft and cut  up   badly.     Some   of, the   Keiemeos  players objected to play because of the  ice and also of the ahseneeof sufficient  boarding on llii!  sides:   The  rink   too  is a few  feet shorter (.than   the   usual  size where seven are played on   a   side  and in noli time was los-.t by this   manifestation of halkiness before anything  got going.    As several/ had  lost  their  shifts for the match ai'al there was too  large a crowd of spectators to be  sent  away  for  nothing   it  w-is finally arranged that a scrub  exhibition game  be given with  five on- a  side.    "When  the game finally got away, with K. H.  Carmichael of Keiemeos refcreeing. il  was  evident  that   the  softness of the  ice made anything  like  fast play an  impossibility and it   was  also  evident  that   on   the   line-up   there  that day  Hedley had very  much   the  better ol  cue argument.   The play  was   mostly.,  oil the Keremeos goal and J. A. Brown  who was guarding   it   for   Keremeo.-  had   numerous   stops'  to    make.    He  saved a. good many   times   but a  hall  dozen   got through on   him.'   Harold  Townsend who  played  a good  game  for Hedley got  three  of them.    Hill  Innis notched two and Les.  ltobinsoi.  one.      The   score     stood   (5   to   0   foi  Hedley.    Below is the line-up:  General   regret   was   felt   when   il  became known   on   Friday afternoon  that James Stott had died suddenly at  his  residence.    Just when  the event  occurred is not known  but it is not  likely, that many minutes had ��������� elapsed  before   he   was   found   by   Miss  Eva  Campbell who had occasion  to go  to  the house and found him  lying on the-  lloor beside an overturned coal scuttle  as if he had been suddenly seized with  heart failure or paralysis  when in the  act of putting coal in "the stove.    Dr.  Mel")wen was summoned but there was  nothing to be done and as coroner he  saw n<> occasion to  hold  any inquest.  The   old   gentleman   had   been    seen  several times during  the  forenoon attending to work about the ��������� house  and  was on his roof shovelling oil'the snow  which had began lo soften   about,  the  noon hour.    Deceased was 78 year.-, of  age and had lived in Medley since 1003.  Me came   to  the.province  from   Northumberland county and in   his   early  days   had   lived  in  Coboiug, Ontario,  which was mo.^t likely his  birthplace.  lie was  a    wheelwright  or  c.-u-riage-  maker by trade, a   calling  which   had  also been followed by his father."   Just,  when he came to the  pmviuee   is   not  exactly known but it was most  likely  in the very early seventies if not in tlie  late sixties, for he was running a large  carriage shop in   Yale  in  1871, where  lie had live forges constantly at   work  doing repairs  fur  the freighters  and  ML  Business Kfither Than Talk if  Feature of the Session  IMPORTANT BILLS1NTRODUCED  Debate on Address Sroug-ht Out Some  Important Features ��������� New Members  Shewing- Up Favorably���������D'oukhobour  Commissioner's Report Roug-hly Handled.  HEDLEY  .i- ���������'.    S:  .'.. JCEItEiMKOS  E. Langard  goal  J. A. Brown.  A. M. Hill  point  XV. Hope  L. Robinson  cov. pt. ,  H. Keeler  H. Townsend  rover  W. Frith  H. Innis  wing  Tingley  stages on the  Cariboo  road   and   had  A SERIOUS CHARGE  Young- Man Sows the   Wind   and   Has  Good Crop of Whirlwind Nearly Ripe. :  DR. J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville. 1st  to 14th of each month.  Office on  North   Main   Street.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL KXGI.VKKIt .\\l> JiltlTISH  COLILMUIA LAND .Sl'KVKVOIt  Star Building Princeton  HILLIARD'S  BMRBER     SHOP  FOR AX KAKV .SIIAVK  HOT A: COLD BATHS  Next door noi th of Grand Union Hotel  W. H. T.  GAHAN  Hamster, .Solicitor. Kte.   .  HUSKY TO  LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing* and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  Miss Beale, snowball ; Mrs. Bower-  nian, winter ; Miss Bowerinan, Dutch  girl; Mrs. Bradshaw ; Miss Bradshaw;  Leonard Bradshaw.  Robert Clare, Indian ; J. Corrigan.  clown; XV. Corrigan, Spanish cavalier;  Mrs. Corrigan. Spanish.  Mrs. French, fairy ; Mrs. Freeman,  schoolgirl.  Mrs. Gorinley, red and yellow.  H. II. Hobbs, Mexican; S. K. Hamilton, Chinese mandarin.  Miss A. Innis, Indian girl.  Mrs. G. P. Jones.   Mrs.   McKarhern,  two    little    maids ;    Miss     Jackson,  domino ; it. James, clown.  B. "VV. Knowles, clown.  G. P. Lyon, sailor; Miss Nora Lyall,  cowgirl  Mrs. Murray, Chinese lady.  Mis. MeMwcn, cowgirl; Mrs McLean  night; Miss McOafl'ery. nun.  Mrs. Naff. Hedley Gazette : Miss  Newhouse. sunflower.  Mr. Perry, sailor : Mrs. Perry. Ked-  ridinghoond.  J. Ituitor, Indian: B. I.?olls. cowboy;  Mrs. Rolls, stars and stripes : Mrs.  Rotherham, Indian irirl.  .7. Smith, waiter: Mrs. Sproule, pink  lady; K. Simpson, little boy blue; C  Saunders, soldier.  T. Willey ; Mrs. W'irth. crimson  rambler ; It. R. Wood, sailor.  From Keremeos: ���������  Geo. Allison, commodore.  Mrs. J. A. Brown. Spanish fortune  telhr.  Miss Corrigan, schoolgitl.  Miss Daly, night.  Miss Huston, Indian girl; II. ('. N.  Etches, summer dude.  Mrs. Kirby, Miss Violet Kirby. Miss  On Saturday last Constable Sproule  gathered in a young fellow from south  of the line   named   "W.   A.   McDonald  who was trying to live oft' his wits and  is   in   a   fair   way   to  realize  that he  wasn't possessed of a sufh'eientamount  of grey matter to pull off the job with  even a moderate   chance   of   success.  The immediate charge upon which he  was arrested  was   that  of obtaining  money under false  pretense, and   the  manner in  which  he   went about   il  was to draw cheques on the Canadian  .Bank of'Commerce  in   Princeton and  cash them in Hedley with whoever he  could persuade to give him the money  on them.    On Friday he drew one  fur  thirty  dollars    in    favoi    of   Frank  Dollemore   and   managed   to  get the  money from Frank  for  it.    Again  on  Saturday morning he tried a like game  with A. Winkler of the  Grand   Union  but    before   giving   him   the   money  Winkler hiked up to the bank and got  the manager here to wire up to Prince  ton when   it  was  found   he  hadn't a  bean to his credit then;.    By this time  the Pollemoie chef)tie was in the mails  addressed to Princeton, and as it was  clear that McDonald  intended  taking  the afternoon train for Oroville he was  gathered   in   without   further   delay.  On Monday evening he  was  brought  up for remand pending  the return of  the cheques from Princeton; and a few  minutes after he   had   been   given a  remand for three days word came from  Coalmont that- he had given a   cheque  to Louis Mareottc  who  had   tried  to  cash it in Princeton and was given the  same information   troni   tin?   Hank  as  Dollemore.  As the convenience' of tho m-i-essary  witncsccswill be best served by having  the hearing in Princeton instead of in  Iledley the constable decided to take  hi in there.  i un a similar business in Lillooet  before that time.    Atone  time  he   had  ��������� teen   woith   considerable money   but.  somo   unfortunate   investments   later  ���������in in placer mining on  Siwash  Creek  ind Granite Creek caused heavy losses,  ���������Mit the old gentleman was not the one  i" repine and during the ten years  he  lived at Hedley he  has  been  a   most  iudusUious ���������and .^capable    workman.  For several   years  past he  has  done  nearly   all   the   painting   and   paper-  hanging in Hedley and was smart and  active in spite of his years and  always  cheerful.    It* he  had   any troubles  or  regrets he kept them to himself for he  was never the one to pour complaints  into the'ears of others.    A life of helpless   inactivity   would   have   been   a  severe trial to him and he  was  mercifully spared it in  the  sudden  manner  of his   taking  off.    A   few  years  ago  there were slight premonitory symp  tonis of paralysis when ho was threatened with loss of the  use of an  arm,  but the   difficulty   passed   in   a   few-  weeks.     The circumstance,  however,  leads to the belief that his death  was  due  to   a, return   of   the   malady   in  graver form.    He leaves to mourn  his  loss one daughter,  Ma tlie, in Hedley  his wife having pi edeceased him about  thirteen   years  ago.    The  funeral  on  Sunday   was   largely attended which  bore   evidence   of   the   general   high  esteem in which deceased was held.  The. debate on the address was completed in almost record time but  nevertheless many important, matters  were dealt with in it that will prove  helpful in tin; legislation ' which is to  follow. To have, it out of the way and  the House leady for the regular business of the session so early on. is a  distinct ad vantage.  During the debate on the addeess  the member for Nelson, who is a new  man, gave the House some, new light  on the Doukhoboiirs and showed  wherein the coinminsioner bad failed  to obtain valuable information which  the House should have had as the  result of so important -in inquiry.  The Attorney-General's bill to provide a provincial audit on the lines of  the Dominion audit has shown that  the administration is not satisfied with  anything.short of a. genuine independent audit and the officer. whom they  appoint will be vested with powers  which will place him beyond the  influence and control of the ministry.  The Premier's speech on tin address  and particularly his sentiments on the  naval question was an aptcontribution  as well as his outline of some of tho  more..-.important; '��������� legislation wliich  would engage ''the "attention or"the  present parliament.  'The-announcement-that the estimates would shortly be brought down  was evidence that the business of the  session would be prosecuted with  despatch to the close.  HOSPITAL MEETING  Annual General Meeting- of the Hedley  Hospital Association-Gratifying- Statement by Auditor.  GRANDPA PROTESTS  CARD OF THANKS  The uiulvrsigncd begs- to thank tho  people of Dudley for kindness shown  in her recent bereavement, in the death  of her father.  MATT.iI-:  S'J'OT'l'.  The following paragraph in last  week's Oroville Gazette by Frank M.  Dallam, si-., shows that the old folks  can always lie counted on to ,tand up  for their rights.     It reads :  "The Wenatchee  World  of Thursday last states that Frank M.  Dallam,  jr., would leave Olympia in a few days  to join his   father  in   the  publication  of the Oroville Gazette, and that Mrs.  Dallam and baby had gone to Albany,  Oregon, to vi.-it with  her  parents  foist few weeks before going to Oroville.  Now that item rings true enough with  the exception of the "baby."    If there  is a baby in the  family   then   the  boy  has been playing it low  down  on   the  old man. for this is the first intimation  we have had   that  there   is any such  adjunct to the family.    It is just possible that the young folks   have  held  back this information in order to work  :i surprise on the governor, or  fearing  that the grandfather might spoil  the  kid have refrained   from   mentioning  the incident for the moral   well  being  of the heir, or heiress, as the case may  be.    Even then it would  bo  taking an  unfair advantage  of this   end  of the  parent stein by carrying the  hootsey-  tootsey oil' to the  female side of the  house and letting the other grandparents get the first whack at doing the  spoiling.    We will look into this when  the male party to the frame up reaches  Oroville. and file a protest."  The postponed annual general meet-  injjof the Hedley Hospital Association  was held in French's store op Tuesday .  evening January 28th. The attendance-  wiis not nearly as large as could be  desired but there was no inclination to  lose further time.  G. P. Jones was elected chairman of  the' meeting and F. H. French  seci-ttary.  The minutes of last annual  meeting  were read and confirmed, after  which  the  Treasurer   presented 'the  annual  financial statement showing the finances of the  hospital  to   be   in   a   vwy  satisfactory condition compared   with  some former years.    The accounts for  thi! year showed careful   financing on  the pint of the   hospital   stall'   which  resulted   in  a  considerable  saving  in  the expense in different directions and  notably that of the mess.  This feature  was pointed out by the chairman who  expressed   the   gratification     of     the  Board to know that the hospital   staff  were working with them and endeavoring to aid the Board  in .making  ends  meet.    The year had   witnessed   a.   reduction in   various   items  of expense  and all this contributed   materially  in  enabling them In make   the  favorable  showing wliich the  annual  statement  presented.  The- directors elected for the year  were:���������G. P. Jones. F. H. French, li.  S. Collin, H. 1). Barnes. Thos. "W'ih-y.  G. 11. Sproule and II. (J. Freeman, and  the meeting re-elected S. L. Smith  auditor. The statement will appeal-  next, issue.  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  for  Fine Job Printing THE HEDLEY GAZETTK JAN 30. 1H13.  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Kor changes oftenev than oneeainonUi  tho price of composition will be charged at  i-CKuiiir rates.  Con rar.t Advcrtlsemerits���������One inch per month  $\.:'.5i over 1 ineh and up to 1 inches, S1.00  per incli nur month. To constant advertisers  lakiiiK larger spate than four inches, on .  application, rates will be Riven of reduced  cliiU-ROS, based on size of siiace and length .  of 1 ime. I  A. MEGRAW. Managing Kditor.        |  and cxpiess hi* regret for having  1 spoken as he did. As for'Mr. McLean,  betoie he lias any further rebuke for  the Unionists along the lines he indicated he should remember Sir John  Macdona.ld's paraphrase of the old  proverb which reails: ���������" What is sa uce  j for one gender   of   a   certain   animal  I should be sauce for another gender ol'  i .'���������  of the same animal." and try to  discipline his own allies across the  water.'  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu.'Fri. Sat.  1  .>  " 3  4  |  5  (i  7  ���������S  i)  10  ������  12  18  14  15  l(i  17  IS  10  20  21  22  21'.  '?2I  2;*")  2ti  27  2S  2!)  .'���������;>  :n  A few weeks ago the J-.ilioi-.-i Is ..of  Great:'Britain' were in raptures over  the division in the Unionist ranks  <.-aused by. it difference., of opinion 'on  food tax. Now they have troubles of  their'own and Lord Grey's1^amendment to the Franchise Act is proving  as,-e(V������ ctive in carrying dismay into  the ranks ol' the. government. When  one. member of a -.cabinet undertakes  ti give his colleagues a dressing down  on the fioni- of the Mouse things--are  getting a. bit serious and you have all  the elements present for ii-good alile-  bo.liod family row.  METEOROLOGICAL.  THE GOOSE AND THE GANDER.  It is  a  funny  thing   that anything  imperialistic in its tendency that  may  originate  in   Canada,     unless  it  may  happen liy the meiest chance to   have,  had its origin   with  a   Liberal, is  sure,  to meet the   malignant   opposition   of  many Liberals in the Canadian  House  ot" Cdmmoiis.'   The tendency  to  'sneer  at and iielit.tle all   things   British   has  .lii.Timiii jus miii'li   a fixed   habit  with.ii  lot of them that they do   not seem   to  lie  able   to   help   it.      So   deep-rooted  does the sentiment appear  to   be   that  on the veiy slightest provocation it is  sure to  break  out,  and   where provi  deuce neglects to .supply the   provocation   it  will   break  out anyway.    An  instance of this was seen in the House  of   Commons   the   other   day    when  Foster's bill to give effect to the West  Indies trade agreement was up for its  second   reading.     A.   K.   McLean   of  "Nova Scotia, a prominent  member on  the  opposition   benches   and   an   erstwhile   cabinet ' minister in   the  Nova,  Scotia   provincial   legislature,   left   no  reason      to     doubt   his  antipathy  to  I'aigiishmeii   in   his    attack    on     the  Unionist   party     in     Great   Britain.  Until Hansard comes to hand to reveal  the ei'iini'cti' n in wliich he was led to  make his attack, tin;   public  will continue to   b*   mystified,   for  there   was  nothing in the meagre press reports of  the   occuri-ance  to   give   any   clue   by  way of .justilication.    lie   denied   the  Unionists any right lo   interest  them  selves in Canadian all'.-tirsor to express  any opinions thereon and   "travelling  Englishmen " who dared  to  spesik   < l*  Canada were to beware   henceforth of  his   wrath.      It  would   In;  interesting  indeed to know wherein the Unionists  offended.    And   it   would  be  likewise  interesting to  know   why  he  bad  no  word of condemnation of the action of  Premier   Asquith   in   espousing    the.  cause of reciprocity   with   the   United  States   to   help   Laurier   when     that  question   wan   an   issue,    before    the  Canadian electors.    In   view of  what  Tuft   has   revealed   concerning    that  question since the Canadian electorate  have spoken, it is now   up to  Asquith  to give some explanation of his  interference on that question,  and  ir the  Unionists in Great'Britain were of the  same kind of petty politician  as A. K.  McLean they would have made inquiry  ere this in a form that would compel  Mr. Asquith to acknowledge his error  The following are the leadings show  ing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Jan. 25,' 1913:  AT T1IK  MINK.  .Maximum i       Minimum..'  Jan  U) ���������. S        .. -2  ,    20     '���������',.. 12        .. -1  '  21 .. 15        .. 10  22 . .          15        .. . 12  2'-!     ...          22        .. -12  24 '.'.' 29        ..   ' '"     24  25 .. 27      '..'..,.. 24  Average niaximum, temperature IS.2S  Average, minimum             do         11.28  Moan temperature                           14.78  Rainfall for the week      .00 inches.  Snowfall        "        "        11.0  COUKICSI'OXDING  WHlily OK LAST  VIOAU  Highest maximum temperature 41.  Average maximum do 30. S3  Lowest minimum do 15.  Average minimum do 14.14  Mean .   do 25.41)  AT THE   MILL.  Maximum Minimum  Jiiii"if) :-:-   -"10'- ������������������-������������������.rv'-"-l  20 .. 14 . 4 :  21 ... 10 .. (i  22 . 21 .. 12  28         ..         25         ..          "1.4-  24 . .-it) .. 28  25 .            50 .. 17  Average maximum temperature 28.71  Average minimum           do 10.71  Mean                                    do             17.21  Rainfall for the week     .00    inches  Snowfall        4.48  COUUKSl'ONOIN-G  1VKKK OI'' LAST VKAH  Highest maximum temperature 40.  Average do do 29.57  Lowest minimum. do 80.  Average do do 18.  Mean do 21.28  HOW TO NAME AND SPELL  THEM  Geographic Board of Canada Gives  Some Recent Ruling's  The Canada Gazette of a recent date  makes alteration in the naming and  spelling of some geographical names  in Canada and following are a few of  them that affect British Columbia.  There are a. few more that should engage their attention, as the spelling  now seems to hi; a. sort of go-as-you-  please and tin; next time the Board  deliberate in a similar manner tliey  should settle the spelling of Chopaca,  on the boundary line between here  and Nighthawk, and also tell us  whether we should write the name of  the Great Northern station on Rock  'Mountain as Brideville or Bridesvillc.  Then when they are at it the name  Anarchist to another locality in that  part of the district should be forever  officially buried although we are not  aware that'it ever did have official  recognition, as the postoffice is named  Sidjey and the Parmer's Institute tire  known as the Glenside Farmers'  Institute.  The rulings which we publish are  from the recent list:  Awillgate���������Indian village and peak,  east of Hiizelton, Cassiar district,  B.C.   (Not Ahwillgate.)  Chilliwak���������Lake and river, near Int.  boundary, Yale district, B.C. (Not  Cbilliwack, Chilliwhack, Chilluk-  weyuk, nor Chiloweyuck.)  Columbia���������Luke, at source of Columbia  river, Kootenay district, B.C. (Not  Upper Columbia.)  Coutlee���������Plateau, railway station and  town,   Yale   district.   B.C.     (Not  Coutlio.)  Gateway���������Post   village   aim   railway  station, Int. boundai y.   Kootenay  district, B.C.  Hawkins.���������Creek, tributary   to  Moyie  river,   Int.-   boundary,    Kootenay  district,    B.C.    (Not   Meadow   nor  Ripple.)  Kingsgiite���������post   ollice    and   railway  station, Int.   boundary,  Kootenay  district, B.C.  Nicoainen���������Plateau   and    river,   Yale  district, B.C.,,  (Not Nicomen.)  Nicola���������Lake, mountain, plateau, post  office,,rail way station,  valley iind  river, Yale'district, B.C.    "Upper  .Nicola"applied to that portion   of  (lit; river east of Nicola Lake, to lie  dropped. ;  Nohoniin-^-Creek iind   Indian   reserve,  near  Lytton,   Yale  district,   B.C.  (Not No-ho-uiee.n.)  Pasayten ��������� River, tributary   to   Simil-  kiimeen  river,   Yale district. B.C.  (Not Pasayton.)  Trepanege���������Phiteau and river, west of  Okanagan lake, Yale district, B.C.  (Not   Deep   creek    nor   Trepanier  river.)  Windermere���������-Lake and town, at head  waters of Columbia river. Kootenay  district, B.C.    (Not Lower Columbia.)  THE BANK OF  77 Years in Business.   Capital and Surplus Over $7,600,000.  Baiik Do Mail and Save -Trouble  Ii: it is inconvenient for you to got to town  every time you want to deposit or withdraw  money, call or write the manager of our  nearest Branch.  You simply mail us your deposits or write  for whatever cash you need.  Interest paid half-yearly on till Savings Accounts..  Hedley  Branch,  H. H. Hobbs, Manager  MONETARY TIMES "ANNUAL  REVIEW."  i_   Hundreds of papers iu Canada have,  during the ��������� present month, issued  annual reviews. Most of them satisfied  themselves with the general acceptation of the . meaning of an annual  leview, which is that of giving a  recapitulation of the work of the past  year in their respective communities,  but the Monetary Times set. itself a  much, more ambitious task. The  ordinary annual review is a, matter of  a few hours' reading, but. the. number  turned out by the Monefiuy Times is  a text-book or rather it is a combination of text-bonks for .-i year's study.  Thus it is an annual review in every  sense of the term to the. man who will  attempt to attend to his business and  undertake to thoroughly digest it. If  you have not seen it, by all means get  a copy.  F^RUITT    TREES  Buy Healthy Homes Gro\nJn Trees  No Danger of Importing Pests       No Injury from Fumigation  No Drying Out in Course of Shipment  Protect Yourself toy Buying Our Trees  Write for catalogue and Price List to  THE    RIVERSIDE   iNURSERIES  Dept. B. GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Established in 1900  125 ACRES  Representative���������\/. Dynes, Penticton  N. B.���������"We   have   Dwarf stock in���������-Mcintosh Red, Wealthy, Jonathan, Cox's  Orange, Ontario, Northern Spy and Wagener.  culvers'  ���������;PALA6E  Wveru, Feed & Sale Stables  H15DLEY   U. CI.  If A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    "I Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  FOR    QUALITY  EVERY   TIME !  JAMS AND   FRUIT  made from  Last Season's Harvest  Selected and of the highest grade.  We guarantee them to be pure.  Insist on    CHIVERS' JAMS or  insist on    DEL MONTE'S FRUITS  Next Time    - . ^   ;.       ..;,..  ��������� ���������  t  t  ���������  u  'i  'A  u  Office of Dominion Express Company.  W O O D   F O R   S A LE!  fhonoll. INNIS  BROS. Proprietor*  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN,  HEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date   First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  ' .7  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,   Itcul Finite.   "Mines,  Crown    Ornate   .Applied   For  Under  Liuid  Act mid  "Mr.iei-n.1 Act.  Agent for:  Mutual lAto o������ Caniulu.  Hudson Hay Insuranco Co.  "Maryland Casualty (.o  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office   at   HEDLEY,   B.  C.  MINERAL ACT  CK'RTIKICATK OF IMI'ItOVKMKNTS  I AST Chanoo Fraction, Last Clin nee. Avoea,  -*J .Summit Fraction, (loodview Fraction,  Jack Pine, Primrose Fraction, Dcadwood anil  Cyclone Fraction Mineral Claims situate in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yalo District,  Whoi-o located��������� In Camp Hedley.  Take notice that I, Duncan Woods, Free  Miner's Certiilcate No. 10(il4i$, intend, sixty  days from the ilato hereof, to apply to tlio  Minin;; Upp"!"- f"-_a, certiilcate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  01 rant of tho above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must "lie commenced before thc  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this '28th day of December, 191H.  S'2-10  DUNCAN WOODS  I Schubert's Supply Stores |  ��������� HEDLEY and TULAMEEN  **v>m.*m.K*jPM������J^VM*KK^^^  Plumbing* and Heating, Sheet  Metal Work Tinsmithing  Shop corner Angela Ave. and Bridge  St.,   in 'Murdoch's blacksmith shop.'  Work guaranteed.   Consult us about your work  H. DIGNAN  Practical Workmen Phoimuetoks  PRINCETON, B. C.  X  X  X  x-  X  X  1-  f  X  X  x.  X  X  X  X  x-  X  X  X  X  X  X  THE   MOTTO  !  01'   TIIK  ���������  :  Mutual Life of Canada  "The Largest Amount of Assurance  for the  Least  Possible  Outlay."  The reasons why they cart do this are :���������  1. The Expense Rate of this company is unusually  low���������considerably lower than many other  Canadian Companies.  2. Its Death Rate is remarkably favorable���������being  only about one-half of the amount "expected"  and provided for, showing careful selection  of lives.  J3. Its High-Class Investments have been such  that in the -11 years during which tho  Company has been doing business, not one  dollar received from its Policy-holders has  been lost out of the millions invested for  their security.  These conditions produce large profits, and large  profits mean good results to Policy-holders. A policy in  this Company pays.  W. J. TWISS A. MEGRAW  Vancotiver Local Agent  Manager for B.C.  \^- THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, .JAN1  31),  1913.  Town and Distrid;.  ��������� Rev. G. T.,Mackenzie, lists fully re-,  covered i'rnni his recent indisposition  a ml took his service here on Sunday  . hist. He also officiated at the liin-i.-il  of tlio Into J.-lllK'S Stott.  A. regular stage is-now being run  from (Jiirmi to the' Summit fur :ic-  commodation of tho...K.V. work camps  on the' way.  Arthur Vance is making satisfactory  recovery from the eifeets of his recent  accident, hut resumption of work is  not likely to lie at all as .soon as he  was' counting on. Tt is believed some  of the muscles and tendons were torn  away from the bone and an ���������injuryyif  that sort takes some time to heal.  Two-horsepower Fairbanks & Morse  gasoline engine for sale at the Gazette  office.    Cheap.  Tiacklaying goes on steadily on the  branch south from Oroville. The steel  is now Hearing Tonasket.  Frank Al. Dallam, jr.. formerly  private secretary of Governors Mead  and Hay of Washington State, is now  associated with his father in the publication of the Oroville Gazette in  which he has owned an interest for  the greater part of the past year.  With father and son both on the job  the Gazette has a strong team catering to the wants of its readers and  other patrons.  The executive of the Golf Club are  notified to meet this evening at the  Hotel Similkameen at S o'clock.  the past thirty years, having lieen  appointed provincial constable for this  'district' in-1800. For a. number of years  be resided in Gland Forks, but upon  the opening up of Prince Rupert and  Stewait the late Mr. Dinsniore was  placed -in chaige of police work in  these sections, aftot ward returning to  the Boundary and taking ��������� up his  residence in Greenwood. He is survived by Iiis widow.  The. funeral was held from the Odd  Fellows' Hall, Grand Forks, on Jan.  21th,' the order in which he was an  ardent worker having charge of the  arrangements.-  in accord with the best New Testament  criticism. I gave my idea 'of the  tithing system, and did it without  favor or ill-will towards any one.  The article would also leave the  impression that the work of the other  two judges was not appreciated.  Their work was highly appreciated;  and allow me this opportunity of  extending to them the thanks of the  Sunday School.   -  G. T. "McKk.n/.ii-;.  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������  NOTICE  SAYS IT'S  COMING  A New York Paper Gives Some Details  of What Canada May Expect in  Parcel Post.  "Canada is about ready to establish  a parcel post system," says Financial  America, of New York, " Postmaster-  Gen ei-al Pelletier has prepared a. zone  map for Canada following a visit to  the United States of several officials  of the department to study how the  system has been worked out there.  The Dominion is divided into five zones  consisting of the Provinces of Quebec,  Ontario, British Columbia and the  Prairie Provinces. Local zones are  also established. Kates have not been  finally decided upon, but will probably  be similar to that established in the  United States."  SIMILKAJIKKN LAN'1) DISTRICT  HISTUICT OK VATE  Hedley hockeyists expect to go  down to Keremeos to-morrow. Providing they can all get away, the lineup will be���������Langard, goal; Hill, point;  Robinson, cover ; Townsend, rover ;  McDonald, centre ; Innis, left wing ;  Hobbs, right wing.  Tin- ice harvest is now fairly on and  several of the ice houses have already  been filled with a tolerably good brand  of the cool stuff.  Good weather at certain seasons of  the year plays as 'much havoc with  traffic as bad weather. One would  'have thought that with the fine  weather prevailing at the end of last  week there would have been no hind  ranee to public traffic, but the train  which reached here Monday carried  no daily papers from either the coast  nor from Nelson. Evidently some  snowslides or mudslides had resulted  front the softening of the snow on  Saturday. No coast dailies were to  hand on Monday in consequence.  Nick  Pickard  had  a scrap  with  a  golden eagle  on   Saturday  and  for a  whilo the honors were even.    The bird  was caught in a trap and   when  taken  in charge by Nick was quite peaceable.  He was brought into town  and   when  ��������� Nick was showing up his  good  points  ' in the butcher shop  tin:',   beast  turned  '. on  him,   fastening. One    talon   in   his  hand  and   another   in   his   side   and  struck at his face  with  its  beak.    At  that time J. Mairliofcr began  to take  a hand and clubbed him   into subnn's;  sion.        The     brute   was   afterwards  despatched.  Skaters and on-lookers continue to  throng the rink every evening and the  ice is being taken advantage of by all  wlto can procure a pair of skates and  have mastered the gliding art.  Tickets lor Mrs. J. A. Brown's concert are on sale at the drugstore. The  entertainment is to be entirely miisi-  I ca.I and a. specially good programme  'may be expected. Remember the  [ dale���������Friday Feb. 7th.  GENERAL NEWS  CHIEF DINSMORE DIES  The River Seine..is again overflowing  its banks and wine cellars in the low  lying districts are submerged.  A beef famine is already being felt  in various localities in western Canada  as the result of the burning of the  P. Burns plant in Calgary.  Col Mattheson, Provincial Treasurer  of Ontario, died suddenly of heart  failure at his home in Perth,:  The Normal School at Manitou,  Man., was gutted by fire on Saturday  last.  Sir Donald Mann says that the  Canadian Northern will be into Van-  con ver'next year.  There are signs that the present  session of the B. C. legislature may  be a short one. The estimates are expected within a few days and the  session rarely lasts long after that.  The Asquith government' is drop  ping the franchise bill and suffragettes  are frantic.  The Doukhobours  are given to mid  erstand that they must obey  the  law  in British Columbia if they want the  privilege of staying here.  Vancouver and the C. N. "R. have  reached an agreement about the entry  of the railway to the city and their  rights on False Creek.  A deputation of farmers, from the  Interior of B. C. ask for government  owned telephones.  The C. P. R. lire increasing their  tonnage on the interior waters of the  province. Okanagan Lake is to have  for its share a new steam tug and  another eight-car barge.  Another attempt will be made to  scale Mount MoKinlay and look for  further evidence of Cook's mendacity.  The recount in the Victoria mayoralty contest left the result a tie.  T'AIvlC.Votiee that I. William Mario, of Now  x Westminster, Ji.CV. occupation, a Hrokcr,  intends to apply for permission to purchase tlie  following described hinds.  Commencing at a post planted at tlie N. W.  corner of pre-emption lOltis thence west 40eh-.iins  tlience south SO chains, thence east 80 cliains.  north JO chains, west 10 ehains, thence north Id  chains to point of commencement containing  ISO acres, more or less  William Blanc  M. J. "McKcown. Agent.  Dec. 30tb, liiri'. 3-10  LIQUOR LICENCE ACT  (SECTION .171 ���������     ���������  pJOTICJ": is hereby given that on the Twenty-  ���������������������������,, Third day of l<~obriiary next application  will bo made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the transfer of the licence for  the sale of liquor by-retail in and upon the  premises known as thc Great Northern Hotel,  situate atlledley. Province of British Columbia  from K. J. Rotherh.-iin to John Jackson of  Uritish Columbia.  Dated   this twenty-second day of January,  1013.  K. J. ROTHKRIL-U!,  '   Holder of licence  ���������  ���������  CAT���������*  vs^rini  have   Liik on    over   this  business with ("lie object of  making a.  big success.  SAFE AS THE SAFEST  AND  Cheaper than the Cheapest  is a straight life policy in  MUTUAL LIFE  OF GflNflDft  The history of thousands of policies  on the above plan shows that it has  cost less than four dollars per year to  carry a policy of one thousand dollars.  If you doubt this call on the local representative and see the history of  one policy for 2(5 years; then ask yourself whether, you know of any other  concetti' whether insurance company  or benevolent society that can show a  similar, record.  A*  We Are Here  to handle the best quality goods. Ave can buy,  to sell them at reasonable prices and by  giving prompt and efficient service  To  Please our Customers  We want your trade and if you aro not already  dealing with us would ask yon to give us a  fair trial.  Try our  An  ���������  PECKAJULIE TEA  BEST MOCHA and  JAVA COFFEE  t  iHL FiremeHa  Every Plan' of Genuine Insurance  it  is   the   people's  Company  and  profits are all for the people  its  This accounts for the wonderful success which has attended forty-two  years of unparalleled progress' and  achievement.  OPENING    UP  Goods are arriving every day and already  ������ some nice lines are on display.  fc 20th Genturu Clothing W. G.& R. Shirts  fl niGe line of Men's Ties Fine Stock of Underwear  The Shoe stock and other iines will be on  hand in a few days.  Remember the Place���������Shier's Old Stand  w.  j. TWISS  Manager for B.C.  A. Megraw  Local Agen}  <$r> '~*-.\.  B.U.   government  coal prices.  will    investigate  60   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone aonrllnR a Rliotoh nnd description may  ���������Illicitly tiacortuiii our opinion free whether an  invention is probably patentable. Communications Htrictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest iiccncy for Bocuruip patents.  1'ateuts taken throucli Alunn & Co. receive  special notice, without clu:r������o, iu tho  i>  A CORRECTION  Unexpected End Comes in Greenwood  Hospital Within Few Days of His  Visit Here.  I. A. Dinsinore, chief provincial constable for the Boundary district, died  at the .Sacred Heart Hospital. Greenwood, on January 22nd, from kidney  and heart troubles.  Deceased was "55 years of ago and  has been connected with police duties  in Winnipeg and British Columbia for  Advertise in the  Hedley Gazette  and watch Results  .Mr. .Editor,-���������Will you kindly permit  me to call attention to an item which  appeared in the Keremeos page of the  Gazette of Jan. 9th in reference to the  essay contest. The'article is so misleading that some reference to it was  thought necessary lest a wrong impression be conveyed. Unfortunately  the judges were unable to meet to  discuss the relative merits of the  essays, so the "much discussion" of  which the writer speaks never took  place. Neither did tho judge whom  he berates; " stick out that the prize in  his-idea, should have gone to so and  so."  The essays were for a purpose-���������to  get the members of the Sunday school  to study the tithing system; and, as  pastor of the church, it was my duty  to criticise those essays, especially the  one read in public. The papers wero  good and showed a great amount of  study, but their conclusions  were   not  A handsomely Illustrated wceltlv. J.nrccst circulation of any sclentlllc Journal. Terms, $3 a  .rear: four months, $1.  Sold by all newsdealers.  iHNN & Co.3818���������*"* New Yorff  Branch Office. V>.b V St.. V/astilnKton. D. C.  Synopsis of Coal Mining* Regulations  f+QAL mining rights of tlio Dominion, in  y~> Manitoba, .Saskatchewan and Alberta,  tlio Yukon Territory, tlio North-west Territories and in ti, portion of the. I'rovince of liv\-  tisli Columbia, may be leased for a. term of  twenty-one years a Can annual rental of $1 an  aero. Not more than ii.-Mlacres will be leased  to ono applicant.  [ Application for a lease must, be made liy the  applicant in put-son to the Agent"i-Siil>-Agout  of the district in wliich the rights applied for  are. situated.  In surveyed territory the land   must lie described  by sections, or  local sub-divisions   of .  sections, anil in uiisurveyed territory the tract j  applied for shall be staked out by the applicant j  himself. I  K'acli application must he accompanied bv a. !  fee of .������.") which will be refunded if the rights I  applied for arc not available, but not other-!  wise. .A royalty shall be paid on tlie merchant- !  able output ofthe mine at the rate of live rents j  per ton I  The person operating the mine shall furnish  -FREE*  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Tho most accurate, reliable anil only Market neport  anil I-rice List of its kind pulilblinl. " l  "������hc miubcrt mfiptm"  Mailed i'ltKB   to those  iiiteivsto.l in  Saw Furs  SEND US YOUR NAME ON A POSTAt���������TOOAV  lf.i not a Trapper's Guide, out a publication issued  every two weeks, which gives you reports ofwlial is  doing in all tlio Market* of tlio World in American  Raw Furs. This information is worth hundreds of  dollars to you.  Write for it���������NOW���������IT'S FREE  A.  B. SHUBERT  The Largest House in Jhe World dealing exclusively in  American Raw Furs  25-27 W. Michigan St, Depf. 138CHICAG0, ILL., U.S.A.  Tlie Loudon Direcwm  (Published Aiiiiu.-illy)  i-'iuiblcs .traders Lliroiij^hmil I lie world  to couimimie.-ite direct  ...        , with English  thoAjrenl with sworn" returns accounting for \ M.t viii,'Ai������m-|f[;;?v:     v-     m/ a t  i/i>o  the full (inantity of merchantable coal  mined ! -UArs u ''A(-'. '��������� IvKK.'s    iV    JllVVIJUth  GOOD   POSITIONS OPEN  New Federal   Law  Compels Vessels to  Have More Wireless Operators  Many gontl positions tiro open to  young men jtnd women in' the field ol*  "Wireless" mid of commercial telegraph service;. The p.-issiige of the  new federal law, effective Oct 1, compelling all pcji-going vessels to he  equipped' with wireless instruments  and manned by two competent operators, has created a wide demand for operators in tin; marine wireless service.  .Federal law now requires railways to  use more operators than ever before.  The Morse Telegraph company, of .Seattle, and Portland, works in close connection with wireless and commercial  officials, and can place tcraduates in  goofl positions. It will pay you to  write for full particulars.     Adv.    49-4  ami nay the royalty thereon.   If tho coal miii- ! :.. ......i. ,.i..wu ,l(-  mjr rierlitet uro not heiiifr operated, such returns I '" l'" " ' ''u-  '"  should be furnished at least onee a year. I a  Tlio lease will include the eoal ininius: rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface riirhts may  be considered necessary for the u-orkinu of the  mine at the rate of SI0.00 an acre.  For full information application should he  nuulc to tho Secretary ot the Department of  tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or .Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. COKY.  Deputy Minister of Iho Interior.  N.U.-Uiiautliorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. IMiiti  TRY THE  Hedley   Gazette  FOR  Fine Job Printing  oods. .Besides being  complete coinmei cial guide to .London .-intl its suburbs, the directory contains lists of  ISXPOKT MERCHANTS  with   the   Goods-  thoy  ship,   and   the  (Jolouial   and    Koicigu   Markets   they  supply:  STEAMSHIP   LINES  arranged   under  the   Ports   to   which  they'sail,  and indicating thc approximate Sailings;  P RO VINO IA L TR A DE NOT 1 UlfiS  of leading  manufacturers, merchants,  etc., in tlie principal   provincial towns  and   industrial   centres  ofthe  United  Kingdom.  A copy of the current addition u ill  be forwarded , freight paid, on rei-i ipt  of Postal Order for 20s.  Dealers seeking Agencies cm adver-  their trade cards for 421, or larger advertisements from ������8.'  Tlie London Directoru 6o. Ltd.  25, Abchurch Lane. London. E. C. ..^,,.-l-.,v*u:.j  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. .IAN HO. 1913.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������- Famed for Fruit Growing  Towin and Lower Valley.  Robert "YlcCiudy returned the early  par. nf last week after spending a.Tew  weeks' holiday. He took in Kelowna.  Yeiiion, Chilliwak and Vancouver.  11. A. Turner, road superintendent,  was in town Sunday, driving over  with Mr. Wclliy from Penticton.  Shcri't* Wood of Kamloops was  visiting the district over last week  end.  Aricnieo-i lust their first hockey  ni.tl-h, but believe ihey will win tliei'r  se-niid.  M  Is.   .Mis*  Ilil;  t mill  ���������;Mildn  d   Kii  by,  K. .  . Met "in  ���������ily.  .1.   D.  Sinitl  l   and  H.  Etc  lies    slei  ^lit't  ovel  ���������   to   I  ledlev  to  all  ml    the  ill  istpiei  ade,  t-etu ruing  ������������������"     1  Lei- till!  ball  was  over."  Bv  the  way the snow was on the load it didn't  look as if anybody had driven east  frail Iledley fur a couple of weeks,  One fool of snow on Sawmill flat, and  tin ee hundred feet through a three  fool drift made the trip must interesting. But at any rate they would go  through a mile of di ii'l to be at a dance  that was so enjoyable.  .Mr. and .Mrs. Tingley sleighed to  Hedley last Saturday to attend the  hockey game. They managed to get  b ick before the Chinook struck the  district proper.  W. H. Stock well of Mttlkeytown,  111., spent last I'Yiday looking over the  district.  H. Blaisdell of. Coalmont was round-  iiii; up some caltle last week' to ship  up to the coal lown.  The revised conditions and rates for  cable letters, week-end letters and  deferred cable messages by the Western Union Telegraph Co. which came  into effect Jan. 1, 1918,' means tho  saving of many dollars for those who  wish to keep in touch with the old  land.  The '* At Home" given by the ladies  of the Lower Similkanieen was a  decided success. A very good program me was provided. Musical recitals and games occupied most of the  (;vcning. The collection taken  amounted to sixteen dollars. There  were sixty-one people present of which  thirtyseven came from Keremeos.  The K.K.K. met last Thursday, but  owing to the absence of the debaters,  that part of the programme could not  take, place, so each member was called  itpon to relate any travelling experiences they had. A very pleasant  (.���������veiling was spent, about thirty being  present.  Mrs. Keeler last Monday ga.ve a nice  little party in honor of Miss Bruce,  who will leave shortly for the old  country. Dancing occupied most of  the evening. Refreshments were  kindly served by the hostess at eleven  o'clock.  Owing to a small mechanical break-  dewn the Twedtlle auto has had to lay  off for a few days. As soon as the  necessary pari arrives the service will  be continued.  Harry Parker of "Fairview spent the  week end here alter taking in the  dance at Iledley.  Dance ! Don't forget next Friday  in the Town Hall. Keremeos, B.C.  This will be the fourth of the winter  series of dances given by the assembly  and every effort will lie made to have  it as great a success as the first or  greater. We hope to see many of our  iledley friends turn out. Pah-view will  be well represented and we hope our  Princeton friends will do their best to  be with us.    This Friday. .Jan. 31st.  As the Editor has the notes of the  masquerade ball in band we can add  on behalf of all who attended from  this town, that each and every one  had a most delightful time.  The Hedley hockey team will be  down to meet the local team on Friday  this week.    Game to start at ?���������> o'clock.  L. D. Stutson of Spokane was a  visitor to town last Friday.  Don't forget the hockey match on  Friday.  Apples from 75 cent, a box. latest  market report.  The married men defeated the single  men in a. hockey game last Monday.  F. Demtith of Grand Forks, superintendent   Kettle     Valley    Railway,  passed'through on Friday on his  way i  to Penticton and construction points,   j  Cutlers and sleighs have been put-  away a'nd the wheels sire' hitting the  grit once again.  J. J. Armstrong returned.from a  somewhat extended-.visit, to the. coast  where he went to attend the meeting  ofthe Fruit Growers' Association in  which he has always taken a keen  interest and is one of the executive  for the. district. The proceedings were,  of special interest on this occasion.  Not so iniich attention, was paid this  time to topics dealing with growing as  with marketing the crop "and handling  the 'output generally. Last year most  of the loss was'due to the breakdown  of the handling end of the 'enterprise;  and it is hoped the organization is now  on a fair way to be remedied.  A. C. Kennedy was in this week and  reports that he has been successful in  'recovering six of the seven head of  horses which he recently lost. Moral  is when you lose anything do as Mi-.  Kennedy did and take the orthodox  way of letting the public know your  loss and soniebodv will send vou word.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVKYANCJNd, CUSTOMS ISKOKUKAOK  KIJIK   IN.SUKANCK  OFFICE  KEKEMEOS. B.C.  C.  JE.   SHAW  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provincial Land Sttrvevor.  Office of .1. A. Brown  KEREMEOS  B. C.  li. H. ROGERS,  M.A., U.O.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. K. Station  A  POSER FOR GAME WARDEN  Game Warden   Schissler is Up Against  .a  Hard   One���������Will   He   Cinch   Jim?  If Not, Why Not?  A. funny   occurrence   took'place, on  Monday evening as   the   G.N.K.   train  was returning  from  Coalment which  will tend   to   place   the  district game  warden in a difficult position.    When  bearing Roany springs between   Coal  mont and Princeton the train ran into  a bunch of four deer on the track  and  the engine struck tine of them, killing  it.     Tlie  train   was stopped  and  the  killed deer was thrown on   the   tender  and taken along.    Now   this   happens  to lie the close season when it was unlawful "to   catch,   kill,  destroy,   hunt  for, pursue, or have in   his  possession  any of the animals or birds mentioned  in Schedule B to the Game Act."   The  game warden has cinched others, what  is  he  going   to   do   with   Jim   Hill ?  While it is very   true  that the  Great  Northern has bought its rightrof way  through the   province  so  far as   this  piece of ground is concerned and has  the right to run their  trains  over it,  no matter who or what may be standing in the way,   there is  nevertheless  no exception made in   the  Game  Act  when- the ownership of  ground  cuts  any figure to exempt from the law except in the case  of  deer  destroying a  farmer's crop and the Great Northern  had no crop  in   this instance.    If the  deer had been left on the  side  of the  track where it was found  when   killed  the. case would   have   been  somewhat  easier for the game warden, but  there  is the "having in possession" to be got  over and altogether the case is  an   interesting one of great possibilities.  MRS.   A. F. KIRBY,   Proprietress.  s i l k: s  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  .Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOflMY SING, Keremeos  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting- of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking  and till   kinds of Chinese  'Labor.*  'Kekemeos, B.C.  l       TWEDDLE'S  | AUTO LINE  \ Leaves Penticton every niorn-  f ing at 7 o'clock, except Sun-  > day, to connect with train  \ for Hedley, Princeton and  I       Coalmont.  f Leaves -Keiemeos daily, except Sundav on arrival of  10:30 train. *  IIOKSL-:  STAGE  Returning,   leaves  Penticton  Monday.   Wednesday   and  ���������Friday at 7 o'clock a.m.  Leaves Keremeos at 12 o'clock  a.   m.    Tuesday,  Thursday  NURSERY STOCK  FOUND  O EI) and "Wliito Afrcd Clow, double duUnpcd.  AV-   Unaided PID left  hip.   Owner can  listve  "" sumo   by iHiyinfc  expenses.  II. MeGutile. Provincial Constable, Iveremeos.  "OUR-AGENTS MAKE MONEY"  selling our hardy, guaranteed stock.  Experience unnecessary.  YAKIMA VALLEY NURSERY CO.  Toppenish, Wash.  NOTICE  SIMILICAMKEN LAND DISTRICT  llISTIUCf OK  VAI.K  WATER NOTICE  For a  Licence to  Take and   Use Water  "!V"oticc is heriiby ; fjiven that tlie British  ���������*���������' Development Company Limited of Vancouver, U.C, will apply for a licence to take  and use ;'i0 en bio feet per second of water out  of tlie Ashnola River, which Hows in a northeasterly direction and empties into the Hiinll-  Uiiineen river near Iveremeos. Tho water will  he diverted at the second canyon and will he  used for power purposes on tlio In nil described  ns Oliver's pre-emption and within a radius  of Id miles.  This notice was posted on the KTnund on the  t'Stli day of December. I!U2. Theupplieatioii will  bellied in the ofllee of the Water Recorder at  Fairview. ]i. C.  Objections may be filed with the said Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Itifrbts, I'arliument UuiidingK, Victoria. I!. (.'.  Rritish Development Co. Ltd.  II. O. .Spiafrue  NOTICE  rr.-ike notice that I. Hilton Katnn. of New  ���������*- Westminster, occupation ISroker. intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described land.  Commencing; at a post planted at the N. "W.  corner of Lot'.UIs thence west SO chains, thence  south Sii ehains. thenee east SO ehains. thenee  north HI chains to point of commencement con-  tiiiniiifr (III) acres more or less.  HILTON  KATON  M, .1. McKcown. afreet.  October 21 lb, liil-J IH-10  Kcrcmcos-Pcnticton Mail Stage.  t  ���������  I Warm Feet and Hands  a Are necessary to the comfort of the  | worker these sharp winter mornings.  X  ��������� Everything in Hand wear and .Foot wear, as well  ��������� as cosy rig-outs for the whole body, at the People's  ��������� Popular Emporium, the store of tlie .  | F.   RICHTER  ESTATE         !  $ ���������  $ ���������  ��������������������������������������������� <^^~^~^^<&0^^<&^<^0^-^^&-4>^^<'0^"4'������'&'0-<&"^^^������  r������������������@������@������@@@@������������#@������������������@������������@������������������������������������������  The.auto stage leaves Keremeos foi  Penticton. Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturday at 5 p.m.  Single"fare $7..r>(). Return $1-1.00  The   auto   stage will   run an   excursion  every   Sunday   from Penticton   to Medley  and   return, leaving   I'entieton   at 8 a. in.  and, returning leaving Medley at 4 p.m.  Phone II, Penticton \V. K. Wklhy  HIMILKAMUKN LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT Ol-- VAI.K  TAKK Notice That T. OIriv Danoil', of Nelson.  Jl.C, occupation Housekeeper, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���������  Commencing at ti post planted about 10 feet  in n southerly direction from the North-Kust  corner of Sec. 22,'V]>. 00, being the initial post  the North-West corner: thenee south 2.0 chains:  l,lien(!c east 10 cliains; thence north 'JO chains;  tlience west 10 chains to point of commencement and containing SO acres more or less.  i Olgti. Dunort'  S. Danoff', Agent.  Dee. tilth, VM'i f'1-10  NOTICE  S1MILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  lllSTUIUT Of VAI.K  'T'AKJ'' Notice ThutI, Sam Dm noil', of Nelson.  ���������*���������     H.C.,   occupation   Merchant,    intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lauds: ���������  Commencing at a post planted about 10 feet  in a northerly direction from the Nortli-West  cornet' of See. ii, Tp. 00, being the initial post  south-west corner: thence nortli 10 chains;  tlience east. 10 chains; thenco south 10 chaiiu-,;  tlience svest 10 chains to point of cnrninotu.'r-  rnent nnd containing IWJ acres more or less.  Sam. Dfiuotr.  Dec. J:itJi, MI-'. .11-10  Of What   Keremeos   Fruit   Lands   Have  Done for Early Purchasers  is Now Here  This year the trees in bearing will give an  output which' although showing handsome profit-  on the original investment, is only a mild sue;-  gestion ofthe profit to be realized with a larger  market.  REmBMBER  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.  6 Effect Produced  BY NEATLY PRINTED STATIONERY  ���������bearing imprint- of thc home office���������is  ti valuable aid to the local business man,  for it shows that he is public-spirited and  loyal to his town. U Having this, he can  consistently appeal to the community in  wliich he resides to give him their trade.  Tlie Gazette Jod Department)  Is tlio best equipped oi: any oflice in the  district, outside of Vernon and the  larger offices in the Boundary :: ::  Latest Type Faces,  High Grade Paper and  ftrtistiG Arrangement  Are the three  essentials   to  good   work :  .Bu.si.\'i''ss Oaki:>s  J:JlI"il.S ok Faki-'  CO.MiVTJ''KGTAI,   FOJ.IMS  rii''TTi-:.R IIkads  Notk Heads  Biiii, Heads  Mi:mo Heads  Statements  P AMPU r/icrs  POSTKItS. &c, &v.  *,': Anything from a visiting card to a ���������*>-  sheet plain and colored exhibition poster.  ���������" No job too small or none too large for us  THE ftlbllY GAZETTE  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ��������� ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  1  til  I  I  1k  i<\  ���������  ���������<���������������<'���������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������

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