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The Hedley Gazette Jan 28, 1915

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 Volume xt.     Number 2.  liEDLEYi B. d, THtjtjfeiiA JAiNUA  ^.,-.."jT *���������  nil  $2/00, In Advance  N. T^MJ^ON ^     ��������� ��������� j_���������, ^PHONE SEYMOUR 5913  ������f   MGR. AVK'sfiiteN CANADA   1-.       1     .        J.     . "  Eammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Ste������l Manufacturers "'  ,.. -.Sheffield,.Eiiev -   ,���������.������.,  ..  .Offices and Warehouse, 847-63 Beatty Street  r Vancouver, B. C"  .HOSPITAL BALL  i".o&" '������������������gV^'^'Ji*  '���������'At U?,  " !:':.  Another, Successful,,and .Profitable  Social  Function  ,A        ^ ���������    A.  F. & A...M. ,  'JVojr'      RIWULiAR monthly meetings of  /\/\   Hedley..Lodeo No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  ' !;'��������� are held on tho second, Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall. Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invjted to,attend.  Xi CREELMAN, S. E. HAMILTON  W. M Secretary  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedloy Lotlge 1714,aro held on  the  first and third .Monday in  overy uidhth in tlie Orange Hall  1  Ladies nieet 2nd and 1 Monday.-*  '",' -    '-'if'    * . ' ��������� i*   '  Visiting hrethern are cordially invited  A. J. KING, W..M  C. P. DALTON, See't.  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oioville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office  on  North   Main   Street.  R.  P. BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel. No. 78  penticton;  P. O. DKAWElt lliO  -    . -       B. C.  The annual hall in aid of the Hedley  , * - ��������� '  ��������� i  hospital for 1915'is, a .thh'g of the past  and although the proceeds were not as  high as some former years it can be  ���������.iv-i*)" vV-"1."-*^"j*- W'- ������*''.>v* i.'A:\ '".".:.  .  numbered among the successful ones.  The   ball   was .held .in'   the   Star  ';. .ii      "���������*       ', ,/-;   <���������* j.k  i   ,'.-- '.'<���������  Theatre  this year and  the place was  comfortably filled.    A fin iit 60 couple  in all  were present and all seemed to  be having an enjoyable time.    Besides  thedanceis  many people  took in  the  dance to watch the maskers.  The costumes this  year were many  and varied and many good ones were  to  be seen.   Although   many   people  could pick out many of the dancers in  their disguises, yet  there were a few  that had everybody guessing.   Among  these weie John Smith; who was sup*-  posed to represent "half a woman and  half a man" and C. P. Dal ton as a Red  LETTER FROM HEDLEY BOY  ittlfc  The" following lettof^roni Victin in  ay be of interest to* ,iiiany of our  may  leaders.  P. Wr GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND'SURVEYOR  Star Building        -       Princeton  lA/alterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY  TO  LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  GREAT NORTHERN  HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the' Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  r  Hedley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  First-class Line of Cigars, Tobacco  and Soft Drinks always  on hand  HILLIARD <8b TOPLEY  Uiis������HijHi������i������iiS(������iii������"i������'i������'i3is'i������i8"it������*������'iaij'ie'i������i82  f I  | Grand  Union {  | Ho t������ 1  Jf HEDLEY,  British Columbia X  X  X  X  5  X  X  %  J.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands   *jf  X of Liquor and Cigars $  x - 5  ��������� X  * il  /������ ������ r* f   ��������� i ^j m    ���������      ���������������������������  WW ������������������ ������������������������������������������������������   i c��������� I ��������� ��������� ��������� "*  X  X  *������  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  ������5  First-Class Accommodation.  A.   WINKLER,  Proprietor,  "g  X  i^������;nat>(^acv.^i������KK'KMKKasitiittwKiWMt  ROLL    MIO   A GAME   AT* ��������� BOLLS  Cross Nuise were w'oithyof special  mention. Many of the maskers car-  ried of their parts very well and the  onlookers were given a good deal of  enjoyment.  The representation from Princeton  and Keremeos was small, but this was  mostly due to the train service. One  sleighload came in from Princeton  and although a few from Keremeos  were ready to make the tiip there wa.-  not enought to make up a load.  At-midnight a halt was called for  supper nnd everybody repaired to the  Great Northern hotel where a sumptuous j-epast was served. After tho  wants of the inner man were satisfied  the crowd again leturnedto the hall  and dancing was lesumed. The dance  broke up at 2:30 and all present voted  it one, of the most enjoyable ones yet  held.  The music was supplied by.the-Hi-d-  ley orchestra and was voted by all to  have been excellent.  The  following  is a list  of some  of  maskers.    The list is not complete bu  it is tbe best that we,could get. ,  George Allison, trapper; Miss  Jose-  phene Fr-ices,   trapper;  Mi. and Mrs.  Hamilton,   Mr." and  Mrs.   Sam'Lang-  ford;  Mi'-s  Biadshaw,   Queen of  Diamonds;    Bob  Clare,   ex-convict; ��������� Mi-s  Newhouse,""Little  Girl  in   Blue; MNs  L. Beale,   coloied women;   Miss Maud  Beale,   Old  Dutch Cleanser;  E.Simpson,   clown; T. Madore,   French  Marquis;  Charlie Saunders,  clown;   Mrs  Foster," 'clown;' W.  Corrigan,   clown  H.'Nelson,  ghost;  B.   Vans,   Indian  Miss^Bowerinan', Squaw;' Mrs.-Wirth'  S(iuaw;  J. McAlpine, Indian;  Mrs. V.  French, yachtingghl; Mrs. G. French,"  Fiehch' doll;    Jack   Smith,   "half   a  woman and half a man"; C. P. Dalton  Red Cross nni-se; Mrs. Winkler,   waitress; Mrs.Hansen, day and night; Mrs.  Blanchard.'Aunt Dina; Mrs. McEwen  country   girl;   Mrs.   Rotherham,   tl e  Miss G.  Lyall,  Count girl;  Mrs.   Hos-  sock, Red Riding Hood;  Mrs. J. Naif,  Topsy; Harold Townsend, clown; Miss  N.   Lyall,   Little  girl in  Blue;  Frank  Dollemore,  South African prospector;  G.  II. .Sproule,   English  officer;  Mrs.  Jaudry,   Winter;   Miss Knowles,   Red  Riding Hood;  Les Robertson,   baskct-  ba Her;   Florence Messenger,  little girl  in blue;  Miss P. .Robertson, ��������� Autumn;  B  Porteous, Admiral Jellico; Bob Rob-  ertson, English oflicer; Grant Knowles, English oflicer; Tom Knowles,  clown; Billie llambley, clown; Mrs.  McGibhon, Chinese girl; Harold Knud->i is  son, clown. |  Many  more   were  masked   but   wi-tiun  -     B. SqWUlipn, .,-  2nd Lanadian M. R.  Willtiw Camp,  Victoria  C. P. Dalton, Esr(.  Dear Sir:'  I am dropping you a few lines to let  you kuow how I aui getLing along.  I am getting on firio here,and like it,  biit it is dwfuliy  ruiilldy for   it  lias  i.  rained a great deal lately.  We had oiders the other day to prepare for an early departure and I  think we are going to be used mostly  at  the front foi- advance  work���������pa  .,'-*.       ��������� . .-   i ,|).      . ���������        ...  trolling,    scouting    arid    .-is    cavalry  screen, as we have been trained a  great deal lately in thai", kind of work.  We are all supposed to.- know semaphoring, i,  There is a fine bunch of fellows in  the Canadian" Mounted Rifles and I  think we will make a good showing  when we get to Germany.. I wish I  had a Hedley banner to fly outride  my tent. There are (.'everal banneis  here from different town in tlie in  terior but nono, reprepenting Hedley  and there should be ope as there a it-  four Hedleyites here.   .  Hill Innis is in Victoria. He ha> his  name in for the C. M. R. . I hopi- he  manages to get >n.       '  Please, remember me'to all the boys  Your very truly,  Marcus Jaoomhs  MASQUE CARNIVAL  Thf carnival held on Monday even-  ing in aid of the Hedley Geneial Ho���������  pital was another .big success both  .socially and financially. The amount  received by the hospital'being $40.(10  Many good costumes were to" be seen  on the ice and a large crowd were pre-  ������ent to  watch  the skaters and after  ' ' -..i-.       ��������� ���������        ���������  the unmasking joined the other skaters. The band was in attendance and  rendered many .pleasing selection!-,  giving their services for the evening  free.  ..,'Aj good programme of races had  be'en arranged and each race was well  competed. The winners and tlio dif-  forent races were: Potato lace Harold  Townsend: Gills' race, Viola Messenger; Boys' met*, Henry and Bertie  Jones were tie; Obstacle race. Ha 1 old  Townsend; Relay race, Homer Mc  Lean's team; Couple race, Miss Kirby  and Homer McLean.  Owing to the water freezing up on  Sunday night the rink could not be  flooded and at a result the ice was not  in as good a shape as on some former  occasions.  ARRANGE SCHEDULE   FOR K. V  Will   Be Feature of New Time Table o  Canadian Pacific Railway  A SMALL BLAZE  FireHBIIght'Goes To" Roots'of 1 r'ees  An announcement of particular in-  teiest to orchard glowers is made by  Finit Pests Inspectoi Cunningham.  He said that experiments have made  it clear that file blight on apple and  pear trees will descend to the roots.  Pathologists have hilliei to contended that the blight only attacked the  trunk and twig-i and did not go to the.  roots of the trees, so that if the infected branches aie cut off in time  there was no danger of the tiees being lost.-  New and graver (Lingers aiefeaied  now, however, as a result of the proof  that the blight is apt to go to the nee  roots. If it descends to the roots as  soon as it infects the'ttee, ttietiee  natmally is beyond hope.  On Saturday afternoon the iesi-  dence of Mr. George Stevens had a  close call from being destinyed by  fire. The fire started from a defected  chimney and when noticed has burnt  through the 100L Men from the mill  and town were soon on the scene and  in a few minutes had the fire out. As  the building is on the east side of the  creek and as there are no hydiants  .'v'r,rs fclitri-<r it -was lurky 1 hut the H'.e  was over before it had made" more  headway. Several of the~f-esidetits of  Hedley who had chemical liic extinguishers brought these over but before they arrived the fire was out  Little damage was done to the building  bert and was not insured.  A feature of the now time table of  tlie Canadian Pacific Railway for its  British Columbia division upon which  the Vancouver officials of the company are woiking will be that it will  provide for passenger traffic over the  new Kettle Valley Railway. Regular  service will lie given via Spence's  Bridge and Meiritt through to Nelson,  passengers slopping ovei night at  Penticton, where there is a Canadian  Pacific lailway hotel. Tlie new loiite  has many scenic attractions and is expected to prove a strong factor in attracting tourists.  Under tho new time tuble tluee  transcontinental trains a day will be  run each way instead of two as at  piesent. A laigely augmented travel  is expected, the exposition at San  Franscisco having resulted in heavy  advance bookings.  Eastbouncl the new sei vice over the  Kettle Valley railway will start from  Spence's Bridge, connecting with the  eastbound transcontinental leaving  Vancouver in the morning and westbound connection will he with the  transcontinental arriving in Vancouver in the evening.  NO FEDRUARY FULL MOON   ,  SECOND TIME IN HISTORY  Only  Once  Before  Since World  Began  Has Curious Arrangement of  .    . Dates Occured  The house belongs to J. A. Schu-  COMPLETE WORK  -. ON REDISTRIAUTION  Commissioners  Have Forwarded Report  to Government at Victoria  The report of the commission on  Redistribution���������which consists ofthe  Hon. Mr. Justice Morrison and the  Hoi'i; Mr. Justice Mardonald���������has been  completed and has been forwaided to  the government, who will table1 the  report at the- present meeting of the  Legislature and use it at as a basis for  bringing in a redistiibution bill. What  the details of the committee's recom-  menpations me.is, of course, a secret  until the report is tabled in the Legislature, but among other matters it  deal with the question of larger representation to the cities of the province  which have grown up during the past  tie  Schubert, Englist Coster; Tom   ten 'years,  and of creating  new con-  stitutencies  in the  new  northern districts.opened   up by the  Grand Trim K  Pacific railway.  The next provincial election,   which  not   due   until    November,    lOlfi,  though   it may be   brought  on at any  before, then  at the  discretion of  wore unable to secure their mimes nnd ' the government, will be fought out on  costumes. a "redist.ibuted" province.  Gap in Grading Closed  Piinceton���������Guthrie. McDougall &  Co., Kettle Valley line grading contractors have, finished the gap between  Princeton and Osprey lake the pre  sent end of the steel. It i* expected  that construction will hegin on the  branch to Princess camp, Copper  mountain in the spring.  'ONE SPOONFUL ENOUGH"  \ V       .   SAYS DRUGGIST  F. M. Gillespie, druggist, states that  the simple mixture of buckthorn bark'  glycerine, etc., know'as Adler-i-ka. is  causing great surprise because just  ONE SPOONFUL relieves constipation, sour or gassy stomach almost  IMMEDIATELY. It is so thorough  a bowel cleanser that it is used successfully in appendicitis. Adler-i-ka acts  on BOTH upper and lower bowel and  the INSTANT action is astonishing.  It never gripes and is perfectly safe  to use.  Accoi ding to Mi. Joseph Graham, of  Babhur.-t, for the second time since  the creation of the world tin- month  of February will be without a full  moon.  According to information in his possession, obtained in a copy of Tit Bits,  ofthe year 1S91 in answer to a question as to whether there had ever been  a month in which there was no full  moon, an astionoiner stated that in  February, 1S60, there had been no full  anon,, and it was predicted that the  phenomena would not happen again  for 2,500,000 years.  According to Mr. Graham, this year  there will be a full moon on Januaiy  30 and on March 1, but hone in February.  METEOROLOGICAL.  . The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending. Dec 2G 1914: -���������������������������  Hon. W. J. Bowser, with a view to  relieving any distress among poor  ranchers and others living in the interior, has instructed Game Warden  Williams to issue special permits allowing deer to be killed out of season.  Deputy game . warden Schisslor of  Princeton has already issued a few of  these special permits, which allow for  the killing of one deer only.  As we go to press a game of hockey  for Tuesday between Merritt and tbe  local team". ' Everything is not fixed  up yet hut it is practically certain that  Merritt will be here.'  AT THE  MINE.  Maximum        Mi  ninnim  Jan   17  m  . .  15  18  45  . .  22  19  2S  . ��������� *         . ,  >2  20  25  .1  0  21  29  12  22  22  0  23  25  0  Average  maximum  temperatui  e 29.71  Average  minimum  do  8.71  Mean temperature  10.21  Rainfall  for thc  week    00.0 inches.  Snowfall  t (  2.00  it  COKUICSCONDINQ   WEEK OK  LAST   VEAIi  Highest maximum temperature 2(5.  Average maximum do 2ri.l4  Lowest minimum do 4.  Average minimum do K5.14  Mean  do  IS. 14  ���������   AT  THE  MIT.!,.  Maximum  M  iniinum  J an  17  27  , .            *  15  IS  2S  . .   ���������  S  19  >S1  . .            .  S  2d  31  ��������� ���������            .  .13  21  29  1  22  IS  , ,            .  11  2!5  30  . .  20  Average maximum temperatui e 27.14  Average minimum do lil.SCi  Mean do 19.00  Rainfall for tho week      .0     inches  Snowfall       " ���������     "       1 "  COUHKSI'CNOING  WEEK OK" LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 38  Average do do 31.14  Lowest minimum do ]().  Average do do IS.  Moan" do 14.85 -THB'Htertf^^CfA^ErTE JAN"- 3"'8, 1915  '   '��������� .   -"vrt -AtifmintXl ii    11     "i   i Tjfnn - intin mm  r-  7 33fl������lXJi������������ ^ v^"* ���������*������fiF"fc  SimUkamcfcn Advertiser.   (yry^   j       -;  ���������������.,   ������ ���������  5t*  Subscriptions in'Advance",,, ,/**  Pel V.-i.i-        . '���������".   '-..*.    .    *..    ���������'  ���������" .'S2.0C  , " .(.���������JmUxl Mules)       . 'A50  Advertising Rates  MeiiitiHiMKuii. l'_ tines to Jlic.ini li  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  ���������'  incli, SUM for .one msoiUon, 25 cunts for  ouoli miliscqiicnl iiwoilion.   Q\ er one uiclC  III cent*, iiui  line for Ilrst insertion and 5  cunt*, licr line for oacli subsequent in������oinou.  '    Ti.inriiontH pnyalileiif udvanue."  Cuilill'IliR' of |iupio\ omenta. . .   ������10.00  (Wlieie iikh e llian one i-l.mn appeals  in not ice, $.2 3J for c.ieli .uklitional  (,'liiim.) ,  WM. C. MARTIN. ManaeiiK Editor.  Full Moon  Last, nu,u.  10  1911  .IAN  New Moon  Fiist quar.  1914  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.  3  10  17  24  31  I  11  IS  :, (5  12 13  10 20  20 27  H  21  2S  1  S  15  22  on  9  1U  23  SO  MINING IN   BRITISH COLUMBIA  DURING   1914  All   Llmigs  consiileii d.   tiie   ( ml   '  1911  slniws that  the mining  imlu-.li  in   Uuti^li Cnliunhi.i   l..ii i ot  been a -  t  fected .is   much l>y the   w.u  m ii .id, r  as   m my ol   the best   .1 nl It  riLie-   pi  dieted.      An esliinale   made  ciufidU  and   ( on-.ei v.itively l>v   the Pio\ in  i.il  Miuei,dogi-l   givis   the tulfil decie.is  below the   i et ui ns ot 1SII8 .is  being being between   14 .nid 15 pei cent.      I'm  total   pi odiu tion, iiicl'   'ing -all metal  and   miueiiiK.   for   li  u   ye.u   wv-x-  poited   in the   Repoi t ol ihe MmMe  of Mines  at tbe   value  of  $3U,2UG.:i')-,  while the estimate  for 1014 i-. S2i5,o:i(),  000 in roiiiia figiues.     It.-lnmld be r -  membeied   that the   value of   ihe pi<>  dm-tion   foi     the  year  1913 ^ was.    llie  gi e^t������"-t foi any, I'xj'i pt'19i"i mjici' tin  disimuiy   of placer gidd in Caiiboo ,ri  1852,   .ind   siccoiding   to  tlie'estimate  the   yeai  1914   will only'i ill about $",-  000,000 shin I of the bam er total value,  less than 20 per cVnt."      ��������� .    -"  - - i    <  The nio.it' notalile.evei t in the m-i. ���������  '   ing  industry  in this  pi.ovince durijig  ing the year 1914. wasathe 'blowing u \  of  the  Crumby  company'* .smelter at  Anyox, Observatory inlet.     The Com  pany  has  expended  nearly $i,()00,0(J!<  in development ofthe niini*j and con1  struction of. the  siiieltei-, power plant."  '""docks,' iailwiiy7 buildings  irrbolh Hie  smelter and  mining  camps for  all of  the employees at. well  as for the Company's pui-poses,  and water and aewet  syhti ms.      The  fact   that   opciatious  have  been continuous since the fnrn'  . ��������� ' . .'   ' ���������* *  aces were put in blast in March "speaks  volumes for the future prosperity of  the enter prize. '-When a* company is  able to continue active operations during a period .-.of-puch : unusual disturbance in'business,** with s6 many "erit������-'r-  ' prises closed", it is prima facie evidence  - that under,nornial conditions there-  results will be highly satisfactory.  The   production    from   the   placer  mines in the Cariboo and Cnssiar nrin-  . ing districts,    which   include   Atlin,  Quest) eU lOniineca, .Dense "Lake   and,  Barkerville,  is  estimated  at 1^500,000  for 1914 as compared  with $500,772 in  1913.    Th'e. production of lode   gold,  silver,  copper,  lead,  and zinc  will be  about $14,000,000 during 1914, as compared with $1"7,709,838 in 1913.  In'cori-  nection  with this decrease it must ]be.  remembered that the market price of  each  of the metals except   gold"has  been  considerably lower during 1914  than it was during 1913: in fact the  lower market price will account fop  $1,250,000 of the decrease in the value  of, the production. }  The value of the production of coal  and coke for 1914 is estimated at about  $9,000;000; as compared with $9,197;*  <90 for 1913. There are two reasons  for this, the first being the decreased  demand for coke at. the Trail and  Boundary emeltere owing to the clos-  fj^.gqvngof the <Sranby and Mother  JQpde. jplants ^oK;Gr������nd  Forks' and  .���������keenwppu h]u11M]& part closing down'  of ahc' Trail "plnoi- at this eommenrr-  .mriifTofUhe W.-ii';.t|ie' Kccond being'tbr  di^oi,g.'ini/.ed_ conditions  of   laboi    on  Vancouver island following the stiike  dining 1913.   It it gratifying to be able  to 'announce at "the beginning of 1915  that on.'Vancouver island/the collieiies.  are running  at .their normal capacity,  and that the  Tiail and CJranby  plants  aie running  almost up to capacity, so  that the  new year is commencing under l.ivoi.ible auspices.  The value of miscellaneous productions such as building stone, gravel,  and sand, is estimated to reach $3,000,-  000 foi 1911, oi about tlie same as for  1013, when it was 'stated in the report  -I he iliuislei of Mine.- at $3,39S,100.  Viilio igh the building indu.-.ti y has  n en (iiiii't  in the ptovinee during the  pis-l yeai, as it h,is been the wot Id  ovei,   yet  the  tnoimous quantity of  1 roken )ocku-ed in the construction  ol the lu i- ilvwatci andpieis at "Violin i.i has at least ollset the decie.ised  ipiaiilil y of building stone iimhI in 1911  is computed with the quantity u-ed  used in 1913.  The   pi ospects for  the corning year,  despite   I he continuance of (he w.u in  ISiuope. fan be conMdeied   to be fairly  ii i^lit so f,u a- ( he mining indii-.ii y is  nncei li'-d    in    British   Columbia,    as  heie   .lie   good   prospects   that   some  iiopii tics   hitheito   uukiiowii as   pi o-  lueeis   will hr.ve i ea( lied   the stage of  ie\ elopineiit   that will   place   them in  he lists of shipping mines, and among  ilie.se  should   be  piopeities along the  ine   ofthe   Citand Ti link   P.icific inil-  o id.   Lack of tiansport.ition facilities  ias retaided development in that pait  ���������I'   the    piovtncc    ti ibutaiy   to    the  Skeena river,   where theie are several  promising gold coppt r, as well as silver-lead,  and  silvet-le.id-zinc  piopet-  n-s pat tly developed.     Some of these  ie within a shoit distance of the new  -<ilway, in fact within less than three  niles  fimu   established'stations,   and  'i'lit 51)0 to 1500 ft. higher elevat'ioiiVNo  great investment  Of capital is needed  to place them in a position to ship ore  to a smelter.  3^ruk. is  "TJCiTHEN -,yow .have a substantial .Savings Account, you  do not have to aek favors or court refusals when  you require ready cash. A Savings Account in the Bank  of British North America makes you independent of  promises. The money is yours���������ready' when you need  it���������protected against loss���������safe from fire and theft���������and  corning interest at highest current rates.  Deposits of" $1 and  upwards afe~rec"eived  on Savings Accounts,  T8 Years In Business.    Capital and Surplus $7,884,000.  Hedley Branch,^'*   -   -* ��������� -��������� C P. Dalton, Manager  Semi-ready Special Orders.  You select the clorl: ���������ro.n 300  patterns of brand new fabrics  imported from Enginr.d"; -30  new fall models tc '��������� hcose  from.  We deliver' thc garment������������������  Suit or Overcoat-���������on thc day  pi-omised:  Tailored by expert specialists who have made "Semi-  ready" famous, fitted and  finished free of extra charge;  express paid by us���������and it  takes just five days to make a  suit to thc exact physical  photograph we send in on the  Physique Type Chart.  Sure and certain fit guaranteed or your money back.  Prices from $18 up���������the  label in the pocket.  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF  Letterheads  ,  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  TRY US.  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  Memo Heads  Butter Wrapper  Visiting Cards  WE GIVE SATISFACTION.  ��������� F/&1R3 0F>ISBjA._  One   Who'-Tortured -Hirr>s;jf  Upon   a  Bed cf Spikes-.  "In 1-nclia iht'ie sue numcioue penitent* of clif'eicnt i-ee'.b, culled "F.*;-  kcors,"' "Yogees," ���������-'TadinS," "Pan-  iliiroone," etc., nho make si vo*v to  live-at the experu-c oMbe public and  tr.ivolv, about liegg-mg' s^ys the Nevf  York Prose.,- The Fateocr8*,arc Musfeul-  "n\T.nh."' cunning, ITypocritical and impudent. They clo all sortb of silly  ^T.Irlts and arc altogether a'disgusting lot. .Sometimes they assemble m  troops of 8,000 or 10,000, levying contributions wherever they g"o. The  total number of Fakeers in British  India is about1 900,000.  Aniong'ihe various brands or breedB  nf Fakeers you will find the "Dundee," tbe "Brumhucharee," the "Ra-  .4naiu,"->.the   "VoishnuTu"   and   the  * genuine'" tMuseulman Fak������er. Many  of tbe more enlightened Hindoos,  especially the Brahmans, hold these  - n>eDdi<ja.nte' ui 'the utmost contempt  'and he.ve-'flssisted tbe British Gov-  ornment as .far. as tbey. dared in putting the'nv to 'work/ '���������- On. the othe-r-  Jiaocjl. .scKiie rich property owners  '���������.TOfft  tiie ' frauds" "with ' the" greatos**  ��������� "everetioe.-- < -~- -������������������������. ������������������������"  A. .few  years  a^o there  was  a. F*-  keof who lay' on ri."b������d ofVBpik������e'cind.  took thd name crl Purrum Soatuhtre,  .which, moans   "K-?Jf ..poescBsion.?;   or.  ,fru'icfK>nde"neef." " At  the- age  of  ten  :liis rri'tm'bcignn a"life 'of self mortific.a-  r.inn.    He  would  lie   on   thorns, and  "bb"'.-      T1';I'    '  t.;ire    he   kept    up  until   he. was   (���������������������������.'.,nty,   and   then   he"  .v.o.i}dere<l' nt������(!'':   is   a   Fakoer,   going  X'orri  one  holy   '   'C(>  to another..   At  one' town   he  ������������������'    t   himself   up  in   a  sell, vowing to ���������', ������������������ penance for twelye  ���������������������������.,' '���������./:. ..T'���������������������������;-'.���������.'''"%...<?m'hined until ver-  f''-sh and left marfee  crh life. The rajah,  ���������n. opened the "door  ������������������'.de- him step forth.  was  fdfious- at -this  and   hwiped   curses  head   fciT   breaking-  */Kt.  ���������"i.-.c  '.#.  if?;,"*  ',r<!(Rt. ������������������>"'>;'  'jji.r: ���������  -riin gnawed  ';!���������  wfijnh.-'lopted-t.'".  rdicing pity o:.  ,-'f his, cell and  lie "poor  w'r.-'t"  act of sympatlr.  upon   tbe   rajah'  in; on   him.  Torture   was- '  .S->- ti-.ntre. "Orv  'i^   cried,   atvd   '  IbbI, the, cv.mniy  Iceer   ebbulct   b!  riUed. - And-thin  i.thing to Purruni  .���������'���������>���������������������������> n b^d of spike*."  ��������� rajah, fr%ht������r������f������d  if  the  ferocious.:;'Fn:  vt his reign, com.  w] of spikes becamn  V  AVE You ever considered  the quality of your work  from the standpoint of careful  type composition and^ efficient^  proofreading? The reputation  of this house foi* good; printing  has been established through  accuracy and attention to the  little details. Send your printing here and .we' will do it right  Hedley Gazette  a eort ol triump'inJ  car for Purrvn-  He a^ on* immediately on Jang )pur-  n������y������ waA  vim  dtawn   mx this  RWf'  ^bed.all around the country, .for thon ���������  ^sarids  of   miles,   the    pciot" Hindoos  wor������hiping. him   as   a ,^od.    He;^tr?c'.  veled in this way for thjrty.-fiye years'j  HEDLEY, B.C.  H *.  .;il*'  'M'lJiU If  jtTHB jgg*E^jfiy.^Jiag'ffl}B jj }ft.N; ^ 1915  "E  THE EiffiY^BO^EYr  The Celebrated  For Sale Here  JAS; STEWART, St CO.:  "���������'WW'  ������*^-,| IW,I.*..VI������������J T,v^i ..^ nr������^,   ���������      ,������,...  f I LADIES'COATS,  X  X  SUITS and DRESSES  To Measure;  X  X  -,X  ;i  ���������rS  8f .Samples  of gnods, "jiiuLJFashion   J������;  ������,������   Plates of  Liidies' Suits, Dresses,   X  X x  f?  unci Wintt'i Co;it-s may be seen at  X  I "ftEDLB-r-SflQE STOReI  if'"Agents for Rex. Tailoring Co. J5  |C Suits Cleaned   and Pressed  at j|'  A""" "J"'" Reasonable Charges - ���������������"_  -2  m  S^^^������rt^Krt^i������������������������iSSS'i������'i3"������iC������Q^^it'i!ri8^'i������ia  a������ - ������g  K  ART       FRICTION       POETRY  X  X  :x.  x  X  K  -x  K  x  x  x  ! Suitable for. old. -and"'  young.    Large- stock  on hand  $ fledley Drug & Book Store  if Medley, B. C. 5  *������������l^^'*^^'������������t'*'"������fc''������ft^afc������4I'**������������J������  ALflGE  -*V4 rf**v*  yv6ryi;$e6{B&KSai6 S&aMesI  <y:V'   &  A  .**3   ���������-$   J*   ������  -������"���������������= h*:dijby. b. c.   IT A good stock of Horses and Bigs on  Hand.   U Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  ;��������� Ki)'hy  visitor to Hedley  for u few days'.this  week. -..__���������_  Boiiw���������In Hedley on-Thursday, Jhh-'  "Slif.iWo/'to" Ate.'and Mis, AIcGluve, h  daughter. \    ,        ��������� ,.   ,  Mrs. John-Jackson left,on Monday's  train  for "Noithport   to spend a's.Korl1  time Visiting her sifter' ana mother.  *-- * ' . *  Mrs. Dave Innis  of Keremeos  came  1    -,      ���������     ���������     ' ,  -   ,  up"to  Hedley'on-Mondiiy and spent a  couple of days this.* visiting her sibter,  Mrs,. W. J. Forbes.Y   ������������������     ,.(>  Rjibert Boyd meli with a painfulac  cidenb on Tue>day"aftornooh--\'vhen'he.  had. I he misfortune' to have one of the  train cars  run ..ver.his foot.     He'w'.is-  ��������� j \       t-  'ab .-the ore bins  Helping  to' do  some  . .    . i   . ���������    ���������  repair work.       /   j  s ,- ' ' > ' - I  Rev. A. H, Cameron'left on Wednesday- for his Home in Keremeos  after being in thc hospital here for the  last three months, He does not ex-  peet to be able toj'take up his mission  -wq'rk for a few months yet. ,' _'" v  The hoys of the town are making"  picpaiations to make the tiip to Keremeos on Friday 19 give the boys their  ve.Un n game of hockey. There is some  tyllc of the senior team accompanying  them and making a double header out  of it.  On Sunday night the water pipe al  the. rink froze up and the rink committee are having a hard time of it to  keep the ice in good condition. They  tfieil to run the water over from the  school house by a ho&e but this was a  failure as the water froze in' the hose  before it reached'the ice.  According to latest reports Clarence  Hnwkins is getting along fine and is  making good progress along the road  lo, recovery.-" Qwing to-aUclota blood  oh-tlie brain "irevhas not tjie use&f H'is  ld'wer   limb-,  but is hojject thaffbefore  J>eople ."who have lived  land know 'that the English liflve used .  'i :-i!oo"easfnlIy for-many* years."'   Viil- "���������  ":ftWf-fralt,-*frcsh-'butter, etc.. are no  t-vwr- .J3een. in. ;:,ixh   English - mn rkets  ���������licked (ln jn'apevlflo/lenves. bul almost,';  I'Kvnys' m" fresh "fern   leaves,   wJn'ch  hw\\ 'the nrUdosr,"oxoellenlI.v.    TliLs Is  done ^htiro genp^he leaves nro to be,.  ��������� iiriil'iin: a'b������n^:'i;Vcct1vi:vc'ry one posted"  well iii liot.'iny,knows li'o liig!i prescrv- '  "alFve' power of fcrn'Meavea ivilli "refpv-  eioe   to   vegotn'VVf/ h.'ijl   animnl   huIi-  ��������� stances.' ���������     ,,   v-   \  .On tln^- I'���������!(���������.' 1 '^'i.'rui r."c\>li lH������r:'ii'i;r!  -ore pricked"i;!,.f.- \: a.'-d'arrivc on tJi'  ,'mnrlret *lrVVm-Pi:<":."..ii oi.^iHi'o'.i.-": \\ li"  'tlicj- w.oro   ilu-" vifer",   P'l'.iioe'  ��������� in-.ferns;^,'���������";:;.   ���������   "'���������     "���������'>:'.  th-:i oil"--  i.i"-    ���������    .i- '���������.  !������������������ y1-  r-e!tuieii'>   ; .    '   -'   '��������� ���������  ,'  >'h  ���������':  I'O.-.i !o:m ; ���������=-  ii>  ". '    ;i ��������� ,   <������������������������������������" ������������������ ���������  ' w: ���������iri--i::i:  !'���������������������������; i,; ��������� jfi-i   ���������*;   WliiUi . ''���������;' . |- ���������; :   ,-, ���������������������������    i>-< la1 '.   !  ;,uioi,tl.v vh.n i'.! _��������� >���������':���������>< ..i' !i)['.]  fipiing. l'i    '��������� !������������������ ',���������'���������< v ���������'!���������(��������� ���������.-���������  "It  IMey  li:-d   1*: 'l   ! "��������� :>  'I'tji  T/Osli !"'ll  14 il.',,'i vrc'l " .  fen henvps"  It- w'/i'.i'-.l !'������������������������������������  ���������  bi.'-c'il.v ' rreserviiM-J;''   ������ji:alii k -.  Je.-ives arc> dre lo ''loir !:i"-'i |.  Of salt.     No  ]:irv.:t>. (iii:';::i^'r  .pi'VicJi fei;iis, as t'.fj si:n. j ���������:'  lh'"V a~way.   ,������      U    .  p:n '-ci'  w      ! -  ������������������������������������p.-   ������������������  *. 1.   , . 1  *ff   ���������m ta^ie extra large pieces of  '���������������&������>     wood���������just remove bacL*.:id  lining. Ask the McCLiry dealer to show you,  '.'.- ft\&<^%-   ".i'i-.Canada-  Sold by HEDU:-   TRADING COriPANY  4 aB5E^^������&53������fSS3������v  fa  ������uMjjutf.MiaKuwa������ji*Jiiwg!ga������Ba?-^  -ijfl  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALEl  Phone H.  D. J.  I NMS''*-i-i'JPropvictor.=  ��������� '     ���������     ��������������������������������� ���������,������������������    j -  Get Full Va^e  F om It >,,.;^:i**  By HOLLAND.-   -   ., ,._  ������. "��������� ���������-- ,- y ���������.{ j f '��������� ���������  THIS paper is yours.    It is  vrhat  you  make It     It.  ttIU nerve you us-weHpB-yjop.w  will   let  it.     Arid  ft: is" only '  throofrli  tlie united force of  tbe big family of renders^thnt;' -  aucb a paper is possible-at".-  eoch a price.  fivt do -yon get all out or  tbe paper Hint you" en 11 get���������   ,"  all that you are entitled to?  You do not unless you  road  tbe advertisiug cbl.unmS;  Besides tbe news of tbe'day  and the happenings of tbe  world, there are;radvertise-. ^  ments t'.iat will ' keep yon  posted on business affairs.  that -will give you the news  of commercial life. These advertisements tell you wliich  are tbe most reliable^ stores," ' ���������  Tvbat are tbe purest foods to  eat, the roost serviceable and  fashionable merchandise and  tbe most reliable products.  GET THE HABIT. V  READ THE      -       .���������      '  ADVERTISEMENTS AND  PROFIT BY THEM  I  Advertise in the  Hedley  Gazette  r v and watch Results,  many months this will leave him and  that he will feel no ill effects from his  accident.  V The (.motors, arid: ne_w" compressor for  the Daly Reduction Company arrived  on Friday last aud are now being unload and installed in the power house.  The  motoisareof 400 and 410   hor.se-  ..������������������- .i^u1-*V>"��������� v;, -'-'-.-^ ������������������-.- -..'^ ,������������������-" -- -'?-. ' Vs.^'j-s  power and will be  used-tOTnn-th-e-aii'  compressors.     The new compressor is  the new style Rand and is of the same  power as the one installed a few years  ago. -.-.-.  ---","'��������� *\    nr  '       *��������� - *-/ ,"*.. 1  The following item clipped from the-;  V  Star will be of interest to many of our  readers. "'? In "Spokane a few. "days ago  G. H. Whitemen, sales agents for the  Priiiceton...Ooal4 and, Land Company,,  found' ahan'd *b'ag on the"'6t������'eet cbii-"  taining jewellery valued at $400 and  $J0.ih money.' /'"Be't'ui'he3L"th'e'niissin"g'.  propel ty over to the owner, a Mrs.  W. R". Miller, of.Burke, Idaho.  . .\  .*- i' '���������* ,���������    - '.- ^ ..'; '." : /*. -.  Frank Bailey was a visitor to Heel  ley over the^veek end. He came down  froni Princeton on'Fi-iday :ahd tbok'in  the masquerade ball. He brought  dcjwn -V number .ofi masquerade** 6uits>  with him and succeeded in renting a  number, here. .He stayed over tiH  Wednesday'. "While here Frank took  a trip up the liver to the new mining  "Claims. "��������� Fi-strik was. onejof! the many  who had the claims staked before the  McKinnon boys got hold of it _and  "uncovered the bi-e.'1   '   - ���������'     ���������'  ���������-���������"'--  The annual meeting of the Hedley  Hospital Society which was called for  Tuesday-eyening-: was postponed -fox a  week and will be held uext Tuesday  evening at 8 o'clock in Fraternity hull.  The meeting was postponed owing to  the books for the yeai not;;yet being*  audited, Mr. Smith being bCisy.cIosing  the books for the.cbmpanyT It is lb"  bi-hoped that the people ofthe town  ivill'ttiin out.and any6ue having any  grievances to air or any kicks to make  should remember that that is the  |)i.ic   t > make them.  Postmaster Not to Ce Hurrico  A nobleman's, no'v land an :it .-m  steward, who wc^it-'to live on ''-o i---  tatos about fifteen miles froni t*r:iMa  da. sent letters to-jllie village posto"<i  pvery day for three weeks, lint got iv  replies. Thinking this very strange,  he rode over to.t|ia village and inter  rlew'ed the postmiistcr.  "Oh," exclaimed' the postmaster,  "you are the newsagent on tho ducal  estates! Well, your letters are all safe.  The villagers rarely write letters, aud  as I have to rido on my donkey four  miles to the railway station to catch  (ho mail train yon .don't suppose for  one moment,'do you, that I am going  to undertake this pilgrimage every day  with your stupid letters? I have them  all here In a broken jug, aDd when the  jug gets full I shall take a rido to the  station and post the whole lot at once."  0Aav>m������Twu.  :=|S  Couldn't Keep Track of Them.  Martin Littleton, the famous lawyer  of New YorkT'is one of a family of  /[nineteen children, so they say, bom to  a heritage "of poverty and pluck. When  he was a small lad down in'-'.Texas; ho"  feD into the creek one day';'.anel Michael, the next younger brother, - ran  whimpering to Littleton, the elder:  .".'-Dad, dad!   Martin is drowning!"  '"Martin, Martin!" repeated;thofather  of nineteen. Then he turned dubions-  ly to his wife.  "Nora," be Inquired anxiously, "have  wc a Martin?"  --���������  ��������� It Grew and Grew.-,--  "My  pa   caught   a   wonderful  fish,"  *a!d little Willie.    "After it was dead  It kept on growing."  "It couldn't do such a thing."  "Oh, yes, it did. for every, time pa  toM abont it it was bigsrer than it was  before."  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEISh  ',    ! HEDLEY, B. C. > '  ' An Up-to-date   Flrst-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE'  F. J. DOLLEMORL  l'i upriwlor. '  Sv-ueateir Coats  for Men, Women' and Children  Bearskin arid Blanket Coats  for thi) Kiddies  Winter   UncAetfw&SLr  for the whole family  Heavy Rubbers & Overshoes  for thc whole family  Furs-All Kinds  for Ladies and Children  Mackinaws and Heavy Coats  for Fattier and Brother  bargains for the Whole Family  At Cost Price  This Month.  ;  . f, ! I '.  .  '('  c  o  s  T  HMfoy Tradino 60. Ltd.  m  luraighk {  ���������*WA������<'/W'*W<fr  WE SELL FRESH GROCERIES  THEY   COST NO   MORE THAN  THE OTHER KIND.   ONE TRIAL  WILL CONVINCE YOU  The Barrels  and Lugs of.  STEVENS  m,  Double and Single Barret  SHOTGUNS      j,   ���������r.drop.forjredin  ^ one piece. M*de ef  si������ially ������electcd steel jp ���������TfMMUT  where  3f*f  CREELMAN 6% LYALL  FRASER.BLOCK   ' - HEDUDY.B.C.  "T: :-.-'.��������� ,-.-���������������-J  ether {runt aro  (TCVtNS with sum  price ������nd note.  NEMEST.   Compare [  *t ������ny where hear, (he  our CMUTY throughout..'  BUSINESS   AS   USUAL  WHEN  -WHITING ADYKRTI8ER8 PLEASE  ' Our Shotgun  CUulor shows the  famous line of Stevens Repeaters���������Doubles���������Singles. If you cannot obtain STEVENS from your  dealer���������let us know, and we will ship direct, ex.  jiress prepaid, upon receipt of Catalog Price*  We are offering for a few days  Big Cuts on all  Christmas Goods, such as  Bathrobes,  Smoking Jackets,   Mufflers,  Fancy  Ties and Suspeuders in bozes, Etc.  20 per cent, discount on all Invictus Brand Shoes  for the balance of the month.  L^ave'Your Order for a Masquerade Costume  The  ������<erni-R������^<Sy     Clothing    Siore  . H.C5. *F*r<>^t-tia������ri������ Proprietor  J. STEVENS ARMS  & TOOL COMPANY  P.O.B*x300S,  CHICOPEE FAUtVMJUML    :  ftUCNTION (TtlK iiAZETTE^::'  '���������?���������*: \  B';' s:  :r:.B   l?f=)5c/>:TttB :Gr*AZ TE  ���������.���������;:.'���������������������������        ���������������������������!i������:.'.':.-���������-..,..  ���������-��������� :.-���������  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! az , 1.1.1 ������:t.-3.nzi'*i2K*xt=-'tT*sn*  :f^;M^^?PM^M2ffev,  +���������&***���������&' i������->-^t������-"-.T.lJ������>-t^L.lt.  '**-..- -fjl-V***."  ?.->''.3w"!' *'���������-.=.     ,r.,-,-,^r,  >.^'vr^������r^^.>'w .-*-Ssyf>;'1WO^H4,r-^ ^- ���������^^'^l-^-tft'*^"''"'1  fig&Vy,:,,- ^-..pr -:-a^ r&-  S J..'     iJlr'.l  ���������r^r  . >..in". l>    ii!;  't.^-i^f^e^ of LoWfer Sifflilk^m For Fruit Growing  KE.IEMEOS NOTES  Tlie meeting ol* Hie W.C.T.U. \vU  lie. postponed until LA I), lllli.  Airs. Rarest is m'.-it ing her .*-:sie*  .Mis. Dignmn, el' Princeton.  Miss llita Kii-l'V alierd tl fie rami  val ;it Iledley la.-t .Mniiihiy liiglit.  A pliMS.ml time was repi.itC'd at ill  dance las-t Friday niglit in Richtei'-  hall.  Airs'. Geo. "(Jl.-irki' of "R i.-eiiiont,'  Keremeo., paid a vi-it to Piincetm  last Pi id iy.  '  The Rev. Mr. bleland of P ntieto'n,  will conductscrvio- here on Simda\,  January Sl-t.  "Mrs. W. II. Quant and hei 111 Lit  nephew, Kenneth Kyle, left for Medicine II.it on the ISlh".  M -. I). J. Tunis went U> Hedley la.'t  Monday for ifewd.iv.s vi-it with her  siste .   ������1 is. Koi he>.  Air. I"). Ali-Cnrdy of Pi inceton ea n.e  down on Monday'.'- train foi a slum  visit to old friends.  Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Pi iiicctim  spent Monday and Tuesday willi.Mi.  a        Mrs. 0. H. Carle.  Mis. Geo. Clarke, of Ro'-eniont,   w  receive -Hi tile   1st   \Vi'dne.-.d,iy of Ft 1).  and   her'-after on   fii.-t Wednesday     f  th" niontli.  P.'l- i.i ps we have the ho. key cr.e/.. ,  bin    iL   i-ui't   so   liatl Lo   have  a>   m>ii e  tiling lutl one of the ��������������������������� ������������������ ������������������ t game.- ti is  yi .ii w ��������� ������ last Saturday uighL hetw ��������� n  the iiigie men and ihe married as--i t-  cii I) - niie "woidii-li" -''. Afti r a  Strenuous game in which eveiy pi _\-  er went tlie limit .and in wliich the  niauied men renewed Lli -ir youth, the  g.iine    iid d   with a'-(���������oi r-   ot seven ..   .  On Fiiday evening, .Jan 22ml, 'he  following si; >ii1s pa-sed I he First Aid  Tcs. I"!' their second class li.-idu.:  Lloyd Ai m~troiig. Wm. Chi i-tie,  D i i^i.i.- Christie, B-nnie Clarke, Geo.  G.iii;>.'. Jain.-s Clarke, Karl Diind.is,  Wai. .e'e Dimdas, ��������� James Emory, Geo.  Kirov, Hnliert Frith, Williurne Milt-  tic,., C.-reiice Alaltiee, Kennelh Ii' b-  erixui, Wm. Thompson and Lawrence  Vader. The Scouts are. doing excellent work and hope to complete their  ret|iiii-i-ment.s for the. second class  hjidge within a few weeks..:  .  The hockey match between the girls  and the Scouts was very inter.esi ing  ami re-nlted in'a victory for the girls  ���������the scoi" being 2 tol. As this was  thi' gill's first triad the hoys used but  one I a id to make the game more even  A littl ��������� incident worthy ot'note Look  p'ai-e during the game.' The players  on both sides were working hard to  get the puck going theii way when  one of the girls fell, here was a good  chance for one ofthe scouts', hut in-  st'.id of taking it, he put down his  Stick, carefully helped his opponent  up, and   then went on with  the game.  >.-���������%-  EFFECTIVE TIM��������� TF.ST.  The   Way   a   Clever   Lawyar   Won   a  Verdict  For  His Client.  An interesting example ol dramatic (ippeal to human experience during a trial and a conclusive test ef  the appeal, closed a case tried in a  western court. ,'    . ��������� .  '  The plaintiff was,, suing,a inilwav  for damages to a building which had  beeu set on (ire, it was alleged, by  sparks  from   a  locomotive.  Counsel, for th ��������� road,"based his defense on tin ndt that, since the  fire .was, seen. .. qii.i.'playeb, on ' the  train 'and the train "was* in the station  only four minutes, the.fire must therefore have been set before the .engine  pulled into the- station. Four minutes, he contended, .constituted a  period not long enough for a fire to  start  and get  under  way.  On the other hand, counsel for the  plaintiff argued in this wise: If .i  young man, sitting on a sofa with  his best girl, is holding her hand  the time travels like an express tram.  But if you dump a lot of sparks on  thc pine roof of a dry building in  summer four minutes. is ample to  settle the fate of the structure despite  ali  efforts to save  it. _    ,  There were some incredulous smiles  at this. The attorney took out his  watch and, handing it to the foreman  of the jury, requested him to announce the termination of a period  of   four   minutes.  The jurymen leaned over and looked at the watch. Then they got tired  and settled back in their seats. The  foreman of the jury lowered his hand  as the signal of the beginning of the  four minutes and then rested it on  his knee. The attorney shifted his  feet a few times and sat down. The  judge looked at the clock awhile and  th n gazed abstractedly out of the  window. A deputy marshal looked  in at the door to see what was the  ire r and patiently awaited the  result of the curious scene. Nearly  every man in the courtroom had a  \ia ch in his hand, carefully studying the face of it. The counsel for  t:u> plaintiff was sacrificing four  minutes of his time. But he felt that  they we.e well invested.  At last the foreman of the jury announced the termination of the test.  To every person in the' room the  four minutes had seemed at least  twice as long. The judge himself  afterward said that it seemed something like fifteen. The- ordeal had  tho effect upon tho jury that the attorney had calculated. It was an  object lesson, a striking exemplification of what might happen in. four  minutes.  Accordingly thc jury found that the  defendant's" engine had sufficient  time in which to fire the building  and that the fire had ample time in  which to get under way and create  a blaze which the men oh the train  cowl see. A. verdict for damages  was brought in;to. the. amount: of-  Rome. $15,000. ���������  ��������� '  KEREME0S-PENT1CT0N  ROYALMAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves on  arrival  of 9.30  and 4 o'clock trains.  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO   . STAGE  ' Cars Call nt all Hotels  SING LEE  Laundry,, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch' digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor. ' :   ,  Ki<:]tK.Mi-:os, B.C  latzjai  i as: t-.H;'-  ���������������������������ii ihilli'M^:'  How a Good Bluff Worked.  At 10 o'clock the cashier- in a certain .establishment was seized with  influenza. At noon, the ^bookkeeper  gasped arid collapsed. Both men.  were sent-, home-.-in cabs, and" the  erippled establishment was left to  get along as well as it could -in such  unforeseen circumstances.  -At'"1.30 the typist announced that  he rri'JSo/go and. put" his feet into hot  water or his dissolution would follow. He was given j>ermission to save  hia life.      ��������� . .  ��������� At. 2 o'clock the three clerks succumbed .together. They : attributed  the attack to some, fish of which they  had incautiously partaken.  The proprietor, was now left alone,  save for the presence of one small  office boy. Presently he arose and put  on his hat with a determined ,:air. ���������  "Tommy," 'he said, "I think you  and I had better go aid see the game  too'!"-  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  CiOAl.1 mining rights of tlie JJomi'nion, in  ' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.,  i lie Yukon Territory." tlie Nortli-west Territories aii'l in a portion of tlie Province of Bri-  ��������� '-h Columbia, may be leaded for a term of  wonty-oue years at un annual rental of Si an  <> re. Xot more than -2.5(K) acres will be leased  'o one applicant.  t  Application for a lease mus   be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-A^ent  ofthe district in  which tlie ri applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territ'iiy tlie land imiM bedes-  eribed by sections, eir legal sub-division :of  sections, and in unsui veyed territory the li-nct  applied for shall best iked ont by c applicant  himself.  Kacb application  inhst bo-uceoni- by a  fee of-$5 which will he refunded if rights  applied for arc not available, bu no otherwise. A royalty sliall be pnid on 1 merchantable output ofthe mine .it lliu rale Arc cents  per ton ;'  '1 he person operating tho niinesba furnish  ihe Agent with swoi'if returns accounting fpr  the full quantity of incrchaiiiablc oca. mined  and nay the rojalty. tbeieon. Jf tlie coul mining rights are not being operated such returns  -hfiuld be furnished a' least once    .\ear.  The lease will include the coul mining rights-  only, but the lessee may lie permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  he considered necessary lor tbe woiking ol the  mine at tbe rate <"  ������10.(10 an acre  Kor full   information  a'iplica slum     be  made to the Secretai y ofthe llepartme of  the Interior. Ottawa." "r to any A gen lor Sub-  Agent of Dominion Jj.ands.  AV. W. COKY,-  Deputy "Minister o  tlie Interior  NMl.-L'uautliorizerl'pulilicntion dver  tiscuient will not be paid for. (Iliin  5R33S  Where Are  Your Interests  li' Are they in this community 1  Il Arc   they .among* the  people with whom  you  associate %  % Are   they  with the  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  business ?  If so, you want to know what is h.-ip-  peniriK in t li if- community. You want-  to know the Koines and minings of  the people with whom you associate,  the little news itemswif your neiyhlioi'.-  and friends��������� now, dtin't ymi?  That is- what this paper gives you  in civery issue, 'It'is pr-in'ted fur  that purpose. It represents ymir  interests arid the interests of this  .'.������������������' town. Is your name on our suh-  Krriptinii lists? If not yo'i owe it  to yourself to see that it is put  there.    To do so  "Will be to  Your Interest  Where They Got Off.  The elderly matron with _ the bundles, who was journeying to a point  in Wisconsin and occupied a seat  near the middle of the car, had fallen  asleep. On the seat in front of her  sat a little boy. The brakeman openr  ed the door of the car and called  out the name of the station the train  was iippronching. The elderly woman roused herself with ft jork.  "Where are wc now, BobbyP" she  asked.  "I don't know, grandma/' answered  the  little  boy.  "Didn't the brakeman say something just new?"  "No. He just stuck his head inside, the door and sneezed."  "TToli)-.mo ������������������wit", the;:.;- things, 'Bobby !" she (!>;clfiii;ied hurriedly. "This  is Oshkosh.    It's where-we get off."  Good Morning!  \A/e������Eii-e Introducing  ��������� American Silk  ; 'American Cashmere     ���������������������������'���������'  -  American Ooiton-Lisl  ;;HCSiERy.:''.  f. They have stoodthe test.-Giye  real foot comfort. . No senilis to  ���������rip.       Never' become    loose   or  ^.b.aggy.^-TJitf ..shape :S.. knit .in���������  .not pressed in.1-;' .  pyARANTEED    jfor- fineness-  style,     siipeiiority   of   .material  a.nd 'workmanship.    .Absolutely:  stainless.    Wil-l'lNyeaivsix months  without holes, or new onesfree.  OUR SPECIAL OFFER  to,every one sendiiift-us $1.0t) in'  currencj- or postaLnote, to cover-  advertising aiicl shipping charges  we will send pow.t-paicl with writ-  en giiaraiUee.ibiick.ecl by a five  iillion doilar'.c|Bmpany, either  3 Pairs oJ^'our- 75c. Value  : '��������� ���������>  AmeiicairSilk Hosiery  or       4 Pairs of"our 50c. Value  Aini'i ican,(/ashnic:re Hosiery  or .    4 Pairs of our 50c Value  American Cotton -Lisle Hosiery  or       6 Pairs of Children's Hosiery  Give" the colo\-j   size, and \vheth7  o.v  Ladies  or  Gent's  Hosiery is  . desired. ' ' ���������"-*'     -'-���������    -���������''-''  DON'T DfiLAY���������Oifei-expires ...  when a dealer, in your locality is  selected.  The International Hosiery Co.  P.O. Box 241  DAYTON,* OH 10,.U. S. A.  60   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  tei  nii  S 1 'L-'K ������'  sortment o 3' I <    ~<  ���������. Silk handl..;  1"i  sale at riu'l  I  TdriMY ; i   .  c-nieos  Writing-   Ad\'  ?i eation thif I  "Trade Marks  Designs    ' ��������� ";���������  Copyrights &e   .  Anyone Bonding n BKetch nnddeserlntlon may  nutckly ascertain oilr..cn>inlf>" ffeo whether ao  Invention la p-obnbly pntentahlo. Coinraunicn-  tlonastrlcUyconlMontlul. HAflDBOOIv on Piitent*  sent free. Oldest nceney for aecurinpr patents.  Patents taken tlironch JMunn & Co. recelv?  special notice, without clmree, in the   ���������  -' ScKnfifis-JHftniericatt..  A handsomely Illustrated weekly.   I.nrj'ert olv- .  cnlntlon of nny snlont llo Journal. ������������������Terms, W a  ���������-renr: fmir-moirths, $U7<?old-t>yart-news(le!vler.i.  WNN A l]o.?^i������*r������������. New Yorfe -  tSrancti ���������������������������rtifc c-'-'j 'll'1St..:WRSliinitf>'i- D. ;"-  Done in this Mbst  Artistic Styles  Large   and   Modern   Plant,  giving facility for prompt execution of all orders  ���������  li  1^  ���������bt  1H  i  if'  it* i  i'f-J  )!  fe  J


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