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 iJ  1*1  le'  I*,  h  r-'-  ___   ���������   "v ,".-wl'   Til,  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  TC~  Volume XL     Number 25. a  \  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915.  $2.00, In Advance  REPORT OF B. C. FRUIT CROP  N. Thompson phone seymour 59t3  ���������      MGB. WESTERN CANADA ^ -     __     '  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  _   Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices and Warehouse, 847-63 Boatty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  A A. F. & A. M.  "yiFaSf , ' REGULAR montlily meetings of  7S2f\ Hedley Lodge No. 43, A. F. & A. M.,  , are held on tho second Friday.in  each montli In Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited- to attond.     ,  '-  Some Localities Show Increase Over  ,   Last Year, While Others      -  .  Remain the Same  A. CREELMAN,  W.IW  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  L. O. L.  Tlie Regular   meetings of  Hedley Lodgo 17W are held on  tho first and third Monday in  every month' in the Orango-Hall  Ladies meet 2nd and 4 Mondays  Visiting brethern are cordially Invited  rA.J. KING, W.M     '  C. P. DALTON, Sec't.  R. F������. BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel. No. 27  PENTICTON,  ,   P. 0. Drawek 160  -      -       B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -      Princeton  W/alterClayton  'Barrister,'Solicitor, Etc." " ���������  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B.C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  J. HOWE, flanager  Roller Skating- on Tuesday and Thursday  each week, from 8���������10:30 p.m.; admission  25c,-skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:30  to 5 p.m. for ladies only, free.  Also open for Dances and Other Engagements.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation -  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor.     ���������  EGGS FOR HATCHING  From imported heavy laying  strains of  WHITE WYANDOTTES  .'. ��������� ������������������"and��������� r-��������� '..'���������'.���������!  Single Comb White Leghorns  Day old chicks for sale about'.end  of March      "  A few White Leghorn Boosters for  sale  James Murdoch  Sterling Creek,       -       Hedley, B.C.  Strawberries���������As compared with  1914 Salmon Arm, Armstrong, Nelson'  and Crest'on show, increased prsduc  tion'of 100 per cent, 50 per cent, 25 per  cent, and 2O0per cent respectively,  while Vancouver Island, the Lower  Mainland, and Boundary points-show  decreases of 33 per cent, 50 per cent  and 15 per cent' respectively.    Okana-  r . ��������� ;  gan points > will have about the same  production as last year. While the  total production thistyear is estimated  to be, 25 per cent less than last year,  the number of crates (103,000) will  be about the same on account of many  growers'.using the full pint crate which  holds but 18 pounds of fruit, while the  4-5 quart crate in general use last  year held 24 pounds of fruit. About  one-half of the Kootenay production  usually goes to the'eanneries, but may  be shipped if the prices remain high.  Spring frosts, dry weather during April and May and weevils are mainly responsible for the decreased yields.,, A  similar decrease is reported in most  of the districts in Washington.  Owing to the decreased production  and organized marketing, prices are  from one-half to three-fourths more  than was realized last year." The first  berries reached"the market about two  weeks ahead of last year.  Raspberries.���������The yield is reported  equal to that of last year in all sections but Salmon'Arm and Armstrong  which show slight increases. A production equal" to" 60,000 crates is expected, however, the actual number of  crates may be less on account of "the  full pint crate being used in place of  the 2-5 quart crate formerly used. -  Other berries.���������Logan berries, blackberries, and other small fruits, with  the exception of red and black currents, are in good condition and the  production will be equal to that of  1914.  Cherries.���������The decreased production  on -the coast will almost be offset by  the increase in the interior, making a  total production equal to that in 1914.  All varieties are fruiting. About'35,-  000 crates are expected, one-half of  which will be sour cherries.  Peaches.���������Owing to the leaf-curl the  production will not be as large as reported in May, but the prospects are  REPORT OF SEWING CLUB  AN INTERESTING EPISTLE  Excellenf'Relief Work  Done by Ladies  of ��������� Hedley During the Past  ���������  Six Months.  The collections at the Thursday af-  ternoon sewing meetings from January 1st to June 11, amounted to $87.80.  The disbursements for this period,  including ��������� wood, dry goods, postage,  express and various other supplies,  also amounted to $37.80. - ,  During the same period the follow-'  ing parcels of clothing have been sent  out, to the Children's Aid, Vancouver,  on March'lgth: TO pettieoatsi 8 flannelette dresses, 7 wash dresses, 7 girls'  nighb dresses, 3 babies' night dresses,  3 pr, girls' bloomers, 2 pr. boys' trousers; on April 1st, 13 wash dresses'.-   '    '  Parcel of clothing to Mrs. Morrison,  Red Gross Society, Nelson, on May 3rd:  9'pr. hand knit sock*, 1 pr. store socks,  1 knit body belt; 1 pr. iftitts; .on May  10th, 6 hospital shiits, 13 cotton bandages', 10 grey flannel bandages, 99  swabs, 14 cheese cloth handkerchiefs,  1 bundle old linen; on June 5th, 20  gingham dresses! 5 petticoats, 1 pah-  pillow slips, 7 respirators, 7 pr. hand  knit socks, 1 pkt. absorbent gauze, 1  bundle old .linen, 3 girls' dresses, 2  used waists.  , Since January 1st not more than a  dozen h'ave been present, and at times  nob more than six,'and the" work has  been carried on by donations and haid  work, as our tea money only averaged  $1.00. We greatly needed funds and  we thank the public for coming for-  waid and helping so generously. We  all know the war does not belong to a  few,-but to everybodyV-and it's'everybody's work. Moie volunteers are required for this noble work, so come  out and help. Meetings are held each  Thursday afternoon ab 2:30 p. m. in  the Sunday school hall.  The ladies wish to thank Mrs. A.  Winkler for her help in making the  coffee and supplying dishes on the  night of the Red Cross dance.  Bob McCurdy Tells of His  Experiences  in Fight Near La Bassa.  WHEN  WRITING ADVERTISERS. PLEASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  I Grand Union |  Hotel I  HEDLEY,  British Columbia tf  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  I  g j  x -��������� :     - tf  jf A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor   ������  s. .' I  still good for a crop equal to, if not  greater than 'that of 1914. There  is a light crop of Elbertas. About  120,000 crates of peaches are expected.  Apricots.���������Last year the production  of apricots in the Okanagan was about  41,000 crates, 16,000 . of which were  shipped, and over 200 tons /were used  in the canning factories. This year a  larger production is expected.  Plumbs and Peaches.���������Prospects are  better for a plumb crop than was formerly reported. Prunes are also setting well and the production will nearly equal that of last year. About  200,000 crates of plumbs and prunes  are expected.  Pears.���������The pear crop will be about  25. per cent greater than last year.  35,000 boxes are expected. Scab is  reported troublesome o'n some varieties.  Apples.���������Vernon .and West Kootenay  points report slight increases while  other sections, except the coast, will  have a decreased production. The  coast apple crop will be about equal  to that of last year. In general the  old orchards in the Province have a  lighter crop than last year, but the  young trees are expected to bring the  total production to 650,000 boxes, or  about 35,000 less than last year.  Scab and aphis injury is reported  from all parts of the Province. Peach  leaf-curl is bad in the Okanagan, and  grasshoppers, cutworms and caterpillars are reported injurious in several  sections.    As yet there is little fire-  blight showing.  In the Northwestern States decreases in the apple crops of from 10 to 40  per cent are reported. The general  opinion is that the production will fall  between SO and 85 per cent of the 1914  crop. The pear crop will be larger  than in 1914.  ' Vegetables  Potatoes.���������All sections of B. C. show  a decided increase in the acreage. Last  year only 13,350 acres were reported  but the 1915 acreage will reach 15,-  000 acres. The prospects for a good  yield-are reported from all districts.-  Onions.���������The acreage is slightly  greater than last year totaling about  440 acres. Good yields are expected.  Cabbage.���������The acreage will be the  same as last year. About 225 acres  are reported.  Tomatoes.���������All sections show a decreased acreage. This is due probably  to many factories being closed. The  1915 acreage is reported to be 2S0  acres as compared with 455 in 1914.  Beans.���������The same area of beans is  reported as in 1914. Frost has done  some damage to the early plantings.  Celery.���������The area in celery has decreased from about 70 acres last j-ear  to 58 this year.  Plantings of other vegetables are reported slightly in excess of last year,  and are reported to be iii good condition.  x Canneries  1  Present indications are that few  canneries will operate. This means  there will be a large amount of fruit  previously used by the -canneries and  jam factories, to be disposed of  through other channels. It will include apricots, peaches, plumbs and  prunes, and tomatoes. Combined efforts should be made to find a market  for this product, otherwise much of it  will be wasted.  R. M. WINSLOW,  Provincial Horticulturist.  Victoria, B. C.  The following interesting letter was  received recently by Mr. D. McCurdy,  of Keremeos, from his son Bob who  is now in a hospital in England recovering from wounds received while,in  the fighting line." Later news from  him have been received in which he  says thab he will soon be ready to try  conclusions with the Germans again.  The letter is ns follows:  , -Lincoln, Eng., June 2, 1915.  Dear Dad,��������� *   t  Just a few lines as I am' not too bad  now. T have lost'niy righb eye and  have a few more small wounds but nob  bad. I can see fairly well with my  left eye, and have the use of my hands  and feet, and my cheek bone which  was shattered a bit is nearly well so  that I can eat without much pain, and  my appetite would keep an army  transport busy carrying bully beef and  biscuib to me were I in the trenches.  But here I am well fed and am getting  fine treatment; and one thing that always eases my mind is the fact that  we won the position we went after,  though the cost was pretty heavy. I  can't say how the rest of the Keicmeos  five fared,'bub Sid, Bob and Billy were  still atanding when I went down. I  have not been able to learn anything  of them since. We will hope they  came out, though we must nob expecb  that they all came out without a  scratch,' for men were fulling thick and  fast that night; it was bhe 20th of May  at a place near La Bassa. When I  came to my.- senses there were two  braves lying on top of me; I did not  know them; one was dead, and the  other���������what ,was left of him���������was dying; so I got from under them and  crawled out the best I could over the  dead and dying, which were about in  hundreds. As the stretcher-bearers  were bery busy I did not bother them  but turned stretcher-bearer myself and  assisted another poor chap I knew to  get along to the first aid dressing sta  tion about 1.1-2 miles behind the lines.  It was cruel work as the shells were  dropping in hundreds about us all the  way, and for some distance the machine gun fire rained on us like hail.  Great music; it helps a fellow to move.  Many a poor chap gets killed rnakiug  his way out after being wounded. The  Huns kill the wounded as well you  know. If they can't get them with  shot and shell they try gas on them;  they tried the gas that' nighb, bub for-  bunabely the wind would not carry ib.  Well I must stop now as my good  lamp is a little weak and nurse says,  "Out it out for today." However, I'll  say this, I am proud to be a Canadian;  any man who goes through thab hell  and sbill has his life, ib matters nob  what'portions of his body are gone,  should thank his lucky stars-and the  Great Almighty.    So long,  Bob.  ENJOYABLE SMOKER HELD  Programme Consisted of Boxing Bouts,  Songs, Step Dancing and Music  by the Brass Band.  The patriotic smoker held in the  opera house on Saturday night for the  purpose of raising funds to buy tobacco to send to the B. C. boys at bhe  front, proved to be a very successful  affair, both for the onlookers and for  the tobocco fund. The brass band was  there and rendered ������i few selections  during the evening.  Several very interesting bouts were  called on and responded' to by local  exponents of, the fistic art. The first  two bo enber bhe squared circle were  Bob Roberbson and Les Robertson, and  a fair exhibition of boxing was given  by them. Then followed two juniors  in the persons of Wesley Lyon and -  Garnett Luke. Others matched were:  Geo. Lyon and Jas. Murdock; M. J.  Mehar (Yorky) and .Tom Terry; Bert  Schubert and Les Robertson, and Jack,,  Lbrenzetto and a hoy fiom the Keremeos reservation.  In  each  event the exhibitions were  very entertaining and amusing. There  were no "knockouts," although some  .  of the boys looked a little the worse  for weat the following day.  Over $70.00 was netted from the proceeds of this smoker, which will help  considerably in supplying our boys atf  the front.with "smokes." It is proposed to hold these smokers monthly,  although the date of the next one has  not yet been decided upon.  HIS TONGUE CUT OUT  -" That his tongue had been cut out  by the Germans by whom he had been  taken prisoner was the message conveyed under the stamp of a letter  written to Miss Boyle, sister of A.  Boyle of Revelstoke, by a friend who  had been fighting at the front. "Keep  the stamp as a souvenir," said the letter from the prisoner of war. Miss  Boyle, suspecting bhat a message was  concealed under the stamp, removed  it from the envelope. Under the stamp  was the message "They have cut my  tongue out."  NEW C. P. R. SCHEDULE  DUNCAN ROSS DEAD  Duncan Ross, former member for  Yale-Cariboo in the Dominion House,  died last week in Victoria from apoplexy. He was found unconscious in  his bathroom and never regained consciousness. The late Mr. Ross sab for  Yale-Cariboo frohi 1904 until T90S,  when he was defeated by Hon. Martin  Burrell. In 1911 he contested Comox-  Atlin and -was defeated by H. S. Clements. Since then he has not taken  an active part as far as parliamentary  elections are concerned, -but lived  quietly in Victoria. He formerly resided at Greenwood, where he was editor of the Boundary Creek Times, and  has many warm friends throughout  bhe district.���������Grand Forks Gazette.  A new schedule will become effective  on Sunday, July 11th, which will give  a daily service���������including Sunday���������on  Okanagan Lake and also on the Okanagan branch of the C. P. R. between  Sicamous and Okanagan Landing. By  che.new schedule the boat will leave  Penticton at 5:30 ii. m., and' the time  of the south-bound "trip will remain  the same as ab present.  JULY ISSUE ROD AND GUN  July Rod and Gun covers a considerable range in its outdoor stories for  this month.    Salt Water Fishing near  Vicboria;    The   Hunt   of   L'Anglais,  which purports to be the narrative of  a   French   Canadian   habitant;   The  Home of Jasper bhe Yellowhead; The  Trail   Makers   of   the   Quetico;   The  Greabest of Big Game Fishing, being  an accounb of the catching of a record  tuna off Port Med way, N. S.; and One  Day's Fishing in Timagami, are some  of the articles appearing in this issue,  and in addition there is a full account  of   the   Dominion   of   Canada   Trap  Shooting Tournament and other Trap  Notes as well as the special departments devoted to guns and ammunition and fishing matters.   This Made  in Canada sportsman's magazine is of  interest to all Canadian sportsmen as  well as to those Americans who come  to Canada for their fishing or camping  experiences.    W. J. Taylor, Limited,  publish this magazine at Woodstock. THEX HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY S, 1915  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Ye.i  .S-'.IXI  "j. ( United States)  -'.50  Advertising Rates  Measurement. I- lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch. 91.00 for one insertion, ii cents for  e.icli Mibs-cquent insertion. Over one inch.  10 cents per line for first insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insei tion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  Sl.ii; over 1 inch and up to 4 inches 81.00  per incli per month. To constant ad verti.sd-s  taking" larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be Riven of reduced  charges, based on size of space .ind length  of time.  Certificate of Improvements S10.00  (Wlieie more than one claim appears  in notice, Si-iO for each additional  claim.)  GEO. E. FRENCH, Manager.  Last quar.  ���������   1  New Moon  \2  ������-  KiiM  "nil  , quar.  IS)  Moon  -   -Jii  1915  J  U L Y  1915  Sun. Mon.  Tues. Wed. Tim  . Fr  i. Sat.  1  o  o  -1        5  ������  7       S  9  10'"  11      VI  13  U     13  10  17  IS      19  20  21      22  23  24  2f> ���������   "20  27  28     '29  30  31  without an accident or a hitch  of any sort, is a credit alike to  the Canadian oranization and  to the effectiveness with Kvhieh  tlie ships of the British Navj-  are policing the sea.-?.  At the 'time of writing Canada has enlisted 115,000 soldiers  for active service. The latest,  order, for an addition of 35,000  men, brings the total to the  figure of 150,000 already referred to. if necessary, says our  Minister of Militia, that figure  will be doubled and trebled.  Meanwhile the casualty list  nears a round 9,000, and we are  passing through a time of  heartache, wliich does not,  however, discourage us, but  causes us to feel more determined than ever to do our bit  towards the elimination of the  Prussian monster. ��������� Canadian  Pictorial.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN. LAND DISTRICT  District of Yale  TAKE NOTICE that George Edward  Tennant, of Vancouver, 13. C, occupation  Broker, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:���������  . Commencing at a post planted forty (40)  chains north of the southwest corner of  Indian Reserve No. 2899, about four miles  south of the confluence of Stirling Creek  and Similkameen River, thence eighty (80)  chains south, thence twenty (20) chains  west, thence eighty (SO) chains north,  thence twenty (20) chains east- to point  of commencement, and containing One  Hundred and Sixty Acres.  George Edward Tennant.  Dated 15th clay of June, 1915. ' 25-10  Your King and Country!  Glory, Honor, Fame and an  opportunity for noble, self-sacrifice are at the command of  every young Canadian of suitable age and proper physical  fitness.  The Dominion is calling for  35,000 new recruit:-' +o replenish  and augment the Canadian units  now in France.  The response should be immediate and complete.  Xo nobler cause ever made its  demand upon the youth of any  nation in all the world's long  history.  The fight is for Freedom, for  Humanity; for Triumph of  Democracy over the Military  Machine.  !No young Canadian caii give  his services and his life, if need  be, in a better cause.  Great Britain must win this  Avar if the cause of Human  Liberty is to prevail.  And to win it she must have  every man and all help that  Canada can give her. ���������  The men who have already  left these shqres to bear their  part in the struggle have done,  and are doing, their part* nobly  and well.  They have place the name of  Canada high in the annals of  the universe; they have set a  worthy mark for the emulation  of those who come after.  They are now calling for  their comrades to come to their  assistance, and their call will  not go unheeded.  The call should find this province first and readiest to respond.  Not only your King and  Country but the Cause of Humanity itself is calling you.���������  Winnipeg Telegram.  A Study in Efficiency.  A writer  in  The  New  York  Independent has   been  discussing the, efficiency  of what lie  ungrammatically,   but    in    accordance with universal usage,  calls a   "setting  hen,"  and   hcis  reached the conclusion  that  it  verges   on   a   minus   quantity.  He says that to hatch  a   brood  of chicks and bring them up to  an age when, in her judgment,  they are fit to look after themselves,   requires  the    attention  of a hen for at least nine weeks.  He applauds the ambition of a  hen to ivii.se a family, but thinks  it ought to be diverted into another  channel,  and  he  asserts  that, if she is shut up by herself  in a   lattice  crate, for a   week,  she will forget her maternal as-  XJirations and   take  once  more  to the laying of eggs.    He says  she will lay fifty-four eggs during the time  she 'would   otherwise be   hatching  and  scratching and clucking around.    Thus  she will show at the end of nine  weeks a dollar's worth of eggs  instead of the  reninant.'of  her  brood that have  survived   the  perils of chickens infancy.    He  tells us that an electric incubator will hatch 6,000 eggs at once,  which would require the setting  of 500  hens.    These   500    hens  would produce in the time they  would   be  occupied  in   raising  the remnant of 6,000' chicks,  no  less than 2,200 dozen eggs.  From   these  facts  two  conclusions are  drawn.    One is'that  a hen is an exceeding inefficient  chick producer, and the  second  is that it is a mistake to   utilize  the time and labor of any living  creature  when a  dynamo   will  do the work cheaper and really  better.  PAINTING    s  PflPER-rMNGING     [  KflLSOMINING  TERMS MODERnfE  DALY fWE.   -   -   tiEDLEY, B.C.  NOTICE  npENDEKS for purchase of land will be  ���������*��������� received by the undersigned up to the  1st of July, 1915, for the following described land :-*-160 acres Crown granted land,  4^ miles from Princeton, and known on  official map as Lot 76, Group 1, in the  District of Yale. The undersigned is informed there are '40 acres of first class  arable or hay land, balance pasture; good  water, and-fencing timber.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  All persons having claims against the  estate of the late Doctor H. B. Cameron  are'requested to send the same to the Executor accompanied by a statutory.declar-  ation before the above date to participate  in the proceeds of the estate.  COLIN CAMERON,  Executor of Dr. H. B. Cameron Estate.  c/o D. W. F. McDonald,. Solicitor,  163 Hastings St., YV.,  23-1 Vancouver, B. C.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing lana, Cook-  1 ing  and all   kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kebemeos, B.C  ADVERTISE    IN   THE   GAZETTE  NOTICE  KEREMEOS  PUBLIC SCHOOL  Honor Roll and Prize List for Keremeos  School for the Year 1915.  Canada's. Large Army.  When Canada has enlisted  and sent forward the army of  150,000 men now arranged for,  she will have "contributed to  The Great War a fighting force  five times as large as the  British army at tlie battle of  Waterloo. Thi-; comparison  gives us a striking idea of the  magnitude of [he struggle we  are engaged upon.  Probably 70.000 men have already gone from Canada or are  on their way. That this great  piece of transport has   gone   on  1. Trustees' gold medal i'or general  proficiency ��������� Wilburn Mattice, who  was neither late nor absent *for the  term.  2. Education Departmont merit roll  for deportment���������Dorothy Christie.  3. Education merit roll for punctuality and regularity���������Leonard Innis.  4. Education merit roll for proficiency���������Lillian Gibson.  5. Armstrong prize for best window  box, .$'3.00 ��������� Kathleen Gibson and  Violet Honeywell.  0. Armstrong prize for second best  window box, $2.00���������Geo. Clark.  7. Women's Institute prize for largest collection wild flowers gathered by  junior grades, $1.50���������Clarence Mattice,  who secured 211 varieties.  S. Stanton prize for second largest  number of wild flowers, $1.00���������Wallace  Dundas, who secured 208 varieties.  9. Stanton prize for third largest  number''of wild (lowers, $1.00���������Ruth  Vadei",  who secured 207 varieties.  Certilicate ol Improvements  Oregon, St. Bernard, Winchester and  Savage Mineral Claims, situate in Ihe  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: On Sixteen  Mile Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that. L.W. Shatford, H.  A. Turner. T. D. Pickard and F. H.  French, Free Miners' Certificates No. 93,-  21613, 93226B, 90777B, and 93217B, intend  sixty days from date hereof, to'apply'to  the Mining- Recorder for Certificates of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commeneed'beforc  the issuance of" such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this llth clay of June, A. D. 1915.  22-9 . ' F. H. FRENCH, Agent.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  /~<OAL mining' rights of the Dominion, it  yy Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the Xorth-wost Territories and in a portion of tho Province of British Columbia, may bo leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an ii'nniuil rental of ������1 an  acre.- Not 111010 than 2.3(10acres wi be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must bo made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the Tights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be des--  eribocl by sections, or' legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Kach application must bo accompanied' by a  fee of So which will be refunded if the rights  applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents  per ton. ,  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable mined  and nay the royalty thereon.    I coal min  ing rights are not being operated su returns  should bo furnished at least pneo 11 year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, hut the lessee may bo permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for tbe working of tho  mine at tlie rate of ������10.00 an awe  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary or the .Department of  the Interior, Ottawa, or o any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. AV. COUY, ,  Deputy Minister of the Inferior.  .V.Ji.-Ur.aiiliioi i/,ed publication of thi.s advertisement will hi it uu paid for. IMiin  Bank By Mall Aiid Save  A Trip To Town  FOR the benefit of those who live out of town, we  have arranged, a plan by which you can do your  banking by mail quite as . satisfactorily as if you  stood here at our counters. Come in and let us ex-  plain tlie plan���������or write for the information.  78 Years in Business.    Capital and Surplus $7,884,000.  Hedley Branch      -      -      C. P. DALTON, Manager  "Done in the Most  Artistic Styles  Large   and   Modern   Plant,  giving facility for prompt execution of all orders  . AT-.'.  Our Ideas are Effective and  Our Work of the   Highest  Standard  THE  HEDLEY, B.C.  Satisfaction Guarantee  i-aiiwaiiiiJiirognraiqrepMiuaMiMngra^  QJJSESKRZ  HERI It  fe1  1*1  :/  v ��������� ���������  jt,-  THE HEDLEY GAZETTJE, JULY; S. 1915  }  TOWNjftND DISTRICT..J  All roads lead to Hedley next Monday��������� ':Ju]y 12th." '    -       f  Dr. McEwen and family took in the  Dominion Day sports at Penticton.  Miss E. Arnold, of Marine' City,  Mich., arrived in Hedley recently'and  is the guest of Mrs. A. Clare.  * W. A. McLean took an--r������uto party_  over to the Penticton celebration last  Thursday.  Mrs. J.'D. Brass returned on Friday  from a visit to her son afc Colville,  Wash. '      ' *  ; Mis. H. E. Hansen returned last  Thursday from a month's visit to her  home in Washington.  Mr. and" Mrs. G. Prideaux, of the  Nickel Plate, returned on Friday afternoon from a trip to the coast.  F. H. French and.wife, accompanied  by E. D. Boeing, took in the celebration afc  Penticton   on   July lsfc, and  ,   returned on Friday afternoon.  '       '     * '  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance returned  ,  ��������� on Monday from their honeymoon trip'  to the coast cities.    They will talce up  their residence afc the ore bins.  The exterior of the .Gazette block  n "' ' ' ��������� ;  has been renewed this week '-by the  application of a coat of paint. /The  worjc was done bv J. Beale.  i   - . *  Mrs. -]Vy. W.' (Jorrigan left, on Tues ���������  '~  day afternoon for Riverside, Wash.,  whei;e she will remain for a few weeks  visiting her sister, Mrs. Perry.  >. Dr. Thompson, dentist, of Vancouver, came in yesterday and will practice his profession here for a few days.  His advertisement appears on the foot  of this page.  The many friends of Mi C. Hill will  be glad to see him around again after  having been confined to the hospital  for the past month with an injured  knee. He still requires the assistance  of a crutch, but expects to be able to  discard it next week."  A party consisting of S. P. French,  sr., P. E. French and wife and H. S.  ��������� French, of Vernon, and Mrs. G. N.  Gartrell, of Sunirnerland, motored over  from Penticton last Friday after taking in the celebration there the day  before. They remained over night  with friends here and leffc again on  Saturday noon for the Okanagan.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  M.  McLeod. arrived  home on Saturday morning from Nelson, where they were quietly married  'last week, and have since been receiving  congratulations  of their friends.  They have taken up their residence in  H. H. Messenger's house on Daly Ave'.-  The Gazette extends congratulations.  Next Monday will be the "Glorious  Twelfth,"  and   Similkameen   Orangemen  anticipate having a   big time in  Hedley.    The programme arranged by  the committee includes athletic sports  of all kinds.    Several speakers, including  W. W. Bro. J. W. Whiteley,. of  Vancouver, will be present and address  the gathering.    We bespeak for them  a   large   attendance   and   "glorious"  weather.  Penticton^has .decided"not to hold  a fair'this year.  Mis. T. H. Rotherham went out on  ���������Monday afternoon to spend a couple  of weeks with her sister afc-Ymir.  R. D. Kenny, representing McLennan, McFeely & Co., Vancouver, was  in Hedley between trains today.  Divine service.will be conducted in  the church on Sunday, July 11, at 8:00.  Subject:" "Troublesome Thoughts." A  hearty invitation is extended to all.  Preacher, R. G. Stewart. ���������> ( -  . It is with regret that we learned of  the death of Mr. H.'C. Pollock, which,  according to a wire received in'towm  on Monday, took place very suddenly  at The Pas, Manitoba. Up to the time  of writing nothing further has .been  learned of the rad ^occurrence.   -  '-'Rough on Rats" clears out Rats,  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House.; loo.  and 25c. at Drug and Country Stores.  ^HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN  ;,HEDLEY, B. C.  H  Call and See our New  Samples of Wallpaper  Burlaps, Cretonnes, Etc.  fledley Drug & Book Store  Hedley, B. C.  I  y  SEE THAT IT IS  Made In Canada  :ni3acirofl3B&������^aifl������ac������uiRia^^  rITH tlie present increased cost of living it is  really a serious question. If you can get a  few more loaves each bake day, would you not be  prepared to cic least try the flour which guarantees  tin's result, V���������OUR BEST. So why not order a sack  next time? and if you don't like it���������if it does not  ' suit you���������we will cheerfully refund 3*011 the full  purchase price.  OBBBLlIAN. &  LYALL"  "STORE OF QUALITY"  $  k OF  INTEREST TO |  V  An Up-to-date   First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE     '���������  F. J. ���������DpLLEQflQRE ,  ;  Proprietor. ^  Hedley'sjon-sprial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  '    and Shave  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE IN������-NEED OF-  BATHS  IN CONNECTION  Letterheads -  Billheads  Envelope's  Statements   .  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  TRY US  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations ���������  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards ���������  == WE GIVE SATISFACTION  &0���������COC*SC06cOOGC���������OOOS������0������SiSo!  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  ���������'���������������������������*' ' t  R. MILLIARD   =   Prop.  PflLflGE     .  Livery; Feed & Sale Stables  ��������� HEDLEY  B. C.  IT A  mod stock of Horses and Rigs on  land.   IT Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  *  Office of Dominion Express. Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phone 1-'.  D. J. INNIS  Proprietor  HEDLEY MEAT  MARKET ....  -<i,  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  hand. Fresh, Fish on  sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMOND, Prop.  15 A SPECIALTY WITH US  1  DR. THOMPSON  Is now at Hotel Similkameen, where he will  remain for a few days.  CROWN and BRIDGE WORK  Positively    Painless    Extracting"  FILLINGS OF ALL KINDS  AVE You  ever  considered  the  quality  of your work  from  the  standpoint of careful  1  type composition and efficient  proofreading ? The reputation  of this house for g*ood printing  has been established through  accuracy and attention to the  little details. Send your printing here and we will do it right.  ���������  ���������  BMiaiMB^Mmresa^^^  H  ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED        "    .         * rTniriiiirir-iriwiiin 11 r���������i~i 1���������1���������1 n 111 1111 in 11111111 miniiiu i nnnwwi  Vancouver Prices ��������� call earlyi  ������������������������������������ ,  <&   r  4$f  $���������  ,   o. C  nmnenma ixmn Moabtums 1  tnnxt*v f. ti*ww  ������><^:#<$><g><5������-������  / HIE HEDLEY GAZETTE. JULY S, 1915  TEN  YEARS  AGO  (From the  Hedloy Gazette of July  '6th, 1905.)  Engineer Baskett has heen called  this week to Midway to begin construction.  Boundary Creek camps have had a  visit from the American touring mining engineers.  \V. .T. Forbes left of Wednesday for  the upper portion of Kerenieos Creek  where he has work to do on his mineral claims.  Mr. J. E. Wise, miner- at the Nickel  Plate, has brought his wife :uid child  from Seattle. Mrs. Wise came in on  Saturday night's stage, aud on Monday went up to the mine.  Electrician Cootes i-stringing a wire  of higher voltage for electiic lights  in the town. The former arrangement  rendered the lights almost useless because of their unsteadiness.  Scarcity of labor is the main hindrance to speedy construction of the  railway. Contractors are giving 50  cents per day more than that usually  paid to navvies and can't get half the  men they requite.  Messrs. John S. Snapp, of Seattle,  and W. E. Haydcn, of St. Paul, Great  Northern right of way agents, were in  town last week and took a trip through  to Copper Mountain, returning the  next day. Satisfactory progress is being made in securing right of way between here and the boundary line.  Mr. W. P. Rodgers arrived home last  week with his bride and is receiving  the congratulations of his friends., Mr.  and Mrs. Rodgers are at present guests  afc the Similkameen, but will take up  their residence shortly, on Webster  St. The Gazette extends congratulations with best wishes for health,  happiness and all the other good  things thab go to make up the sum of  wedded bliss.  A LIVE STOCK 3TAEKETS POLICY  Following the announcement which  recently appeared in the press, announcing that the Honourable Mr. Burrell had initiated a comphrehensive  markets propaganda in the Live Stock  Branch of his Department, an explanation respecting the details of that policy will be of interest. The scheme involves :  1. The organization of an Intelligence System which shall provide for  (a) Statistics of Animal Population  and of Production. Co-operation with  the Census Branch of the Department  of Trade" and Commerce and with the  Provincial Departments of Agriculture  in the collection and analysis of statistics of animal population. Gathering currentdata as to the exact situation in the country respecting breeding and feeding operations, the supply  of feed, the condicion of stock, when  heavy marketing may be expected, the  districts from which the largest supplies may be available arid the districts in which a shortage exists.  (b) Information regarding the  Home Market. The collection of definite and reliable information regarding market demand in the several  provinces of the Dominion, with particular reference to current prices in  the leading market centres and to  conditions governing interprovincial  trade in meats and other live stock  products.  (c) Information regarding Foreign  Market. Through agents of the Branch  through the foreign service of the Department of Trade and Commerce and  from such other sources as are available the gathering of adequate statistics and data to make possible an  intelligent interpretation of trade conditions in foreign countries, exporting  and importing, with the view of assisting our live stock interests to develop foreign trade, to adjust their  operations to the requirement of foreign demand and to take advantage of  such outlets as may from time to time  appear for the profitable sale of live  * stock products.  (d) Distributing Information to the  Producers. The dissemination of this  information to the producers in such  an effective way that they may be able  intelligently to anticipate market1 demands, to seize opportune periods for  the profitable disposal of their stock,  to adjust successfully their operations  to the trade situation as developed by  local and foreign requirements and to  equalize   production   in   the   several  provinces, thus providing against the  alternate gluts and shortages which  have in the past invariably tended to  upset trade balances and defeat the  expectations of the breeders.  ,  2. The Organization of Farmers for  Co-operative Action in the Sale of  Their Eggs and Poultry.  (a) The successful demonstration  given in Prince fidward Island of the  co-operative sale of eggs suggests the  need and wisdom of extending the system now in operation to all the provinces of Canada and of its further  elaboration as required by varying local conditions and in the development  of  interprovincial  and  foreign   trade.  (b) Their Wool. The policy to be  pursued in this work must closely adhere to the principles followed daring  the past year but it is hoped that  moans may be devised which shall secure to the growers the commercial  advantages of deferred sale when the  market warrants the holding of the  p reluct.  (c) Their Lambs, Hogs and Cattle.  Ii is proposed to initiate the co-operative sale of live stock in accordance  with the principles followed in the  work   already  undertaken.  Note. It should be made clear that  in the prosecution of this programme  it is not expected or intended to involve the Deparment in any commercial obligation, the farmers' associations, as a matter of deliberate policy,  assuming full and complete responsibility in the transaction of their own  business and, ultimately, in the executive administration of their own organization.  3. The Promotion of Sale by Grade  and Payment according to Qualitiy.  It is widely recognized that the sale of  produce on a flat rate basis, for example in the case of hogs, invariably  inflicts a penalty on the progressive  farmer and in effect provides a premium for low grade goods. Evidence is  not wanting that a well directed effort by the Department would favourably influence buyers and merchants  toward an acceptance of standards and  the rating of the Branch that a movement in this direction is fundamental  to any advance which may be made in  improving quality and in increasing  production.  4. The Co-operation of all Interests  in the Department of our Live Stock  Trade. Under a Markets Policy, the  Department may usefully endeavor to  have itself recognized as a medium  for the adjustment of differences between the producer, on the one hand,  and the packing, 'transportation and  financial interests, on the other, and  an organization through which co-operation may be effected by these great  industrial bodies in building up Canada's agricultural trade.  The Markets Policy of the Live  Stock Branch, operated in accordance  with the foregoing outline, will be administered under the immediate direction of Mr. H. S. Arkell, Asst. Live  Stock Commissioner. The present organization of the Branch will be made  use of to the fullest extent, the work  being carried on through the Chiefs  of the several divisions, the cattle,  sheep and swine, and poultry propaganda falling to the charge respectively of Mr. R. S. Hamer. Mr. T. R. Arkell  and Mr. W. A. Brown.  ca:\adias mills increase pro-  DUCTIOX  In this time of war it io gratifying to  know of industries which keep up and  even increase their rate of production.  This latter is the case with the pulp-  wood and wood-pulp industry of Canada. The consumption of pulpwood in  Canada increased nearly ten and a  half per cent in 1914, as compared with  1913. Since 1910 the increases has  been one hundred and foin\ per cent.  The sixty-six active pulp mills in Canada in 1914 consumed 1,224,370 cords  of pulpwood valued at $8,089,868;  while, in addition to this, 972,50S cords  valued at $6,6S0,490 were exported in  an unmanufactured state. Canadians  will be gratified to know that the proportion of.pulpwood made into pulp in  Canada to that exported in the raw  state is increasing, thus giving more  employment  in Canadian mills.      In  1914, 55.7 per cent of all pulpwood  produced in Canada was made into  pulp in Canada and 44.3 per cent was  exported chiefly to the United States,  in the raw or cordwood state. A few  years ago only one-third of the pulpwood produced in Canada was made  into pulp here.  The proportion of pulp made by the  chemical process is increasing as compared with pulp produced by the  groundwood process. This is gratifying because the pulp thus produced is  worth about two and a half times as  much as groundwood pulp. The chem-  cal  processes also  permit    a    wider  range in the-selection of-'timber for  pulping purposes, an important factor  in bringing, into .use as many ,as possible of our native' Canadian trees.  The above and all the other facts  now known about pulpwood and wood-  pulp production in '.Canada, are contained in the Bulletin "Forest Products of Canada, 1914: Pulpwood"  which has been compiled by the Forestry Branch of the Department of the  Interior and which has been sent to  the printer for issue as soon as possible. Copies of the bulletin may be  had free upon its completion and those  interested in the .pulp and������paPer industry who desire, in the meantime,  information upon any particular point  will receive the same by writing to  the Director of Forestry, Department  or" the Interior, Ottawa.  WANTED  Want help for house and kitchen,  particulars write to  Victor Quaedvlieg,  "24-2 Keremeos, B.C  For  KEREMB0S-PENT1CT0N  ROYALMAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves'on  arrival  of 9.30  and 4 o clock trains.  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO    STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels   '  IS THE NATIONAL  SflOW WINDOW  By HOLLAND.  YOU often stop and look In  show windows,don'tyou?  you may not need any of the  goods on display, but you  stop and look, and you feel  that the time Is not wasted  because you have learned  something.  There is another show window that is available every  day, a show window that constantly changes and which  you can look into without  standing on the street. That  show window Is the newspaper.  Merchants and manufacturers use our advertising columns issue after issue to  show you their goods and to  tell you of their merits. The  newest things are pictured  and described.  Don't neglect this show  window. It is intended for  your use. It offers you a  chance to gain valuable-  knowledge. You wrong yourself if you don't  READ THE  ADVERTISEMENTS  Where Are  Your Interests  the  you  the  "IF Are they in this com  mnnity %  IT Are they'among  people with whom  associate I  1f Are they with  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  business 1  If so, you want to know what is happening in this community. You want  to know the goings and co'nings of  the people with whom you associate,  the little news items of your neighbors  and friends���������now, don't you?  That is %vhat this paper gives you  in every issue. It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the interests of this  town. Is your name on our subscription lists? If not you owe it  to yourself to see thab it is put  there.   To do so  Will be. to.  Your Interest  We have secured the agency  for the famous nationally  advertised���������  "Warners"  CORSETS  12 Styles���������$1.75 to 7.00  r        AND  Brassieres  6 Styles���������75c to $3.00  We personally guarantee them  Hedley Trafllno 60. Ltd.  &H>  is the universal language. It should be  in every home  With a Vidtrola in your home, you  have the world's besT: music interpreted by the world's greatest musicians and singers, constantly at your  command.  A few dollars down will put a Vidtrola  in your home today���������a small amount  each week will keep it there.  Go to any "His Master's Voice"  dealer's today, and let him play your  favorite music on the Vidtrola and  explain the easy-payment way.  Vidtrola VI     $33.50  With *5 ten-inch, double-elded yicftor Records   (30 selection*,  your own choice) $47.00  Sold on easy terms, if desired.  Other Victrolas from $21.00 to $305 (on easy  payments, if desired) and ten-inch, double-sided  Victor Records at 90c for the Iwo selections at  any "His Master's Voice" dealer's in any town or  city in Canada. Write for free copy of our 450-  page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000  Victor Records.  BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO  LIMITED  Lenoir  Street, Montreal  DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY  Vi&or Flecoi-ds���������Made in Canada���������Patronize Home Produdts  550-"~  BMWBagwaro^^  tf.1

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