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 m  AND SIMILKAME  Volume X.     Number '27.  JOSEPH CHAMBERL1AN  DEAD  Fought Gladstone   on   Irish  Question ���������  Policy Made South Africa Part of  Empire���������Was Tariff Reform  Leader  PROGRESS O"ii  DVERTISER.  HEDLEY, B. C, TH0B������Y, JULY U. 1914.  -$2.00, In Advance  Herbert G.   Freeman  NOTARY PUBLIC  HEDLEY,  British Columbia  N. Thompson phone seymoitk oiM'i  MGR. WESTERN CANADA'  Cammeil Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng-.  Offices and Wareliouse, 847-63 Jieutty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  Hedley    /liners'    and    nillmen's  Union, No. 161, W. F. of M.  Regular meetings of the Hedley  Locn , Xo.  ltfl are held on the first and third Wednesday  in the month in Fraternity liall and the second  and fourth Wednesday at the -N. P. Mine  O. M. Stevens T, K. Willisy  Prosident Fin-Secretary.  A. F. & A. M.  '\rajf      REGULAR monthly meetings of  /%r\    flcdloy Lodge No. 43. A. F. & A. M..  arc" hold on tlie second  Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall. Hedloy. Visiting  brethren aro cordially invited to attend.  CREELIVUN,  W.M  H. Q. FREEMAN  Secretary  Bt'KB  Connscl  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hodley Local Cinrip. meets in  Fraternity Hall tlie first Thursday only in tlie month.  H. G. Fkf.e.ma.v  Clerk.  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedloy Lodge 174.4 are held on  the   third   Monday   in    every  '.month in Fraternity Hall. >Visit  ing Brethern are cordially invited to attend.  S. KNOWLES. W. M.  C. CHRISTIANA, Sec't.  DR.  J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office  ou North   Main   Street.  R. TV BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel, No. 78 P. O. Dk'awkk 160  PENTICTON,  B. C.  London, July 3.���������Right Hon. Joseph  Chamberlain died tiere last night at  the age of 78 years.  Chamberlain was the pioneer in  Great Britain of tarrilf reform, and the  great advocate of imperialism. For  38 years with a brief interregnum,  he represented Birmingham in parliament. In 1906 his career of stormy activities was ended by astioke of paralysis, in the midst of a strenous campaign for the establishment of a protective tariff with preference for the  British colonies.  Since  that day  the   strong fighter  had  been  an   invalid,  a pathetic onlooker, at the political game.   His chief  consolations were  the growing political   promence   of   his   son,    Austen  Chamberlain, and  the loyalty of his  constituents.    Birmingham would not  despose her leader,  although he  was  no longer able to represent her upon  the floor of the House of Commons.  In each election  he was returned  to  his old seat,  and appeared afterward  in the house but once, when amid respectful silence  he  made his way  to  the speaker's desk on the arm  of  his  son and took the oath  of office.   January 5lh, 1913, Mr. Chamberlain wrote  to his constituents,  resigning his seat.  In   1876 he  entered parliament,  being elected  without opposition   as a  Liberal from    Birmingham.     In    his  early years  in  the   commons he sat  among the home rule Libeials with  whose aspirations he was supposed to  sympathize, but a few  years later he  emphatically disabused  his associates  in the house of any, notion they may  have had on his belief in separate government for Ireland.  In less than four years he was a  -calrinetn')linstej;rentei'fhg"Ciladsimie"s  government in 1880 as president of the  board of trade, and in less than a decade his hold on popular opinion was  almost as great as Gladstons's.  After the general -election... of. 1S85  he became president of the local government board, but by the spring of  1886 his and Gladstone's relations on  the hitter's Irish policy had become  so strained that he broke with the  great premier, resigned his place in  the cabinet, and left the Liberal party,  never to return to it.  He, Lord Hartingdon (afterwards  the Duke of Devonshire), G. J. Gosch-  en and others high in. the Liberal  party formed a new party. They called  themselves Liberal-Unionists and anti-  home rule was their tenet. Lord  Hartington was the first leader, but  later Mr. Chamberlain was chosen the  party's chief.  Tracklaying- on  Coalmont Line  Will  be  Started Early Next Month  DOMINION DAY AT   PRINCETON   WHITNEY HAS LARGE  '  That tracklaying on the Coalmont  section of the V. V: & E. line through  the Similkaineen is to, be started early  next month is the statement made by-  Mr. J. H. Kennedy, assistant chief engineer of the line, at Vancouver early  this week. This portion of the railway is to be used jointly by the Kettle Valley Railway and the V. V & E.,  in accordance with an arrangement  between the two companies.  The V. V. He E. .portion of  the  line  between  Coalmont mid"   Otter   Summit is expected to be  ready for  traffic  this sumnier.   In order that structural  work may be started at an  early date  on the bridge across the Fraser  River  near Hope, grading is being rushed on  the connecting link  between the  C.P.  B. and the   bridge oil the  north side.  The substructure of the  bridge  has  already been  completed,  and as soon  as the mile and a half section of track  which will be required' to furnish   the  connection  has  been   built,  steel  for  the bridge  will be  transported to  the  scene.    It is planned to start the erection of the structure within a  month.  Rails for   the  Hope-Coquihalla joint  section will also be shipped  via  the  C. P. R. and over the  new   bridge   to  Hope.  Largest,  Crowd   Ever   in Attendance-  Weather Perfect���������Good Program  of Sports  MARJORITY  TROOPS READY TO  SEND TO ULSTER  Commander-in  Chief at   Aldershot Has  Received His Orders���������No Movement to Be Made Except in  Case of Necessity  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL .ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building Princeton  I ERNEST  S.   SILCOXJ  Civil Engineer and Provincial I  Land Surveyor  Lands, Townsite, Mineral Surveys Etc.  PRINCETON  Although   delayed  over   a year in  publication, owing to the extra printing   entailed   by    the   International    lue, I1UIW me limitary.    Preparations  Geological Congress meeting in Can-  0f ,in  important character are being  ada, the summary report of the Geo-'       *          logical survey for 1912 contains much  London, June 3.���������It is stated  that  confidential orders hiive been received  -bj���������JJieutennntrCterrertcl "'Sir���������Dongfcrs  Gaig,  commander-in-chief   at   Aider-  shot, to hold.'certain  troops in  reatli-  ness to move out of the camp on short  notice.     Particularly    indicated     are  the First  Cavalry Brigade composed  of the Second  Dragoon   Guards,   the  Fifth Dragoon   Guards,  the Eleventh  Hussars and  the Second Inftintry Division,    It is  understood the north of  Ireland is  the  destination,   but the  troops will only be moved  in the last  necessity- and  will be marched  out as  fdr a regular campaign.    There is no  present intention of calling upon  the  reserves.  Enquiries at the Aldershot camp  show that there will be no protests  among the officers if they are sent to  Ulster to keep the peace, but a very  different situation will arise if they  are called upon to attack Ulster volunteers or endeavor to enforce any general disarmament. This work, it is  contended, is rightly that of the police, not of the military.   Preparations j  B.C.  WalterCIayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Ktc.  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B.C.  information  of value   to  mining   interests    in   British   Columbia.     The  volume contains reports on  the following,   areas:   Princess   Royal   and  Texada Islands and along route Grand  Trunk Pacific Railway between Prince  Rupert and Alderniere, by R. G. Mc-  Connell: Groundhog coalfield,  by G.  H. Mallock; Vancouver and Graham  Islands,   by Dr.   Clappp; gold-copper  deposits of Similkameen and coal deposits of White Lake,  Okanagan Valley, by Chas.  Camsell; section  on  C.  P. R. between Vancouver and Lytton,  by N.  L.  Bo wen; Bridge River and  Chilco Lake, by A. M. Bateman; Kamloops Lake,  by B,  Rose;   Thompson  River, by C.  W.   Drysdale; southern  British  Columbia,   by   O.   E.   Leroy;  Yellowhead Pass, by C.  D.  Walcott;  made with the greatest secrecy.  STANDING TO ARMS  This Aldershot news reads ominously  when  taken in   conjunction  with  the fact that Ireland, north, south and  west, is practically standing to arms.  Nevertheless  the   ministerialists   still  act as  though  peace were in   sight.  The Daily Chronicle boldly asserts  that civil war is off the stage, for settlement is now well within sight.    "It  is a  settlement   which won't   reallv  satisfy anybody," the   Chronicle adds.  "It  will be a makeshift arrangement,  avowedly temporary and only tolerable as an  escape from  worse evils..  But for a time it will suffice."  This hopeful view arises because  the Unionists Lords yesterday presented a practically united front for  passing  the   second   reading   of the  AL-iiuwiieau i-ass, Dy  ������_���������.   U.   Walcott; |r    ������       "-    oc^"������   reuuing    oi  Selkirk Mountain along C. P. R.,  by  Home RuIe Amending Bill.   Not that  t?   a   r���������������i���������. r,.._, . .... I they believe in  its efficiency but in  Gentlemen's Haircntting  IS AN ART  Every man who has his hair cut  at this place will tell his friends  Satisfaction guaranteed  Hot and Cold Paths  MILLIARD'S BARBER SHOP  ��������� ������ - ti  R. A. Daly; Rocky mountains between  Golden   and Banff by   J.  A. Allan;  southern  British Columbia,   by S.  J.  Schofield,  clay and shale deposits of  British   Columbia,  by Prof. Heinrich  Ries.  Al. J. 7VIEH/IR    I  Expert at Digging Cess Pools and  Cellars.    Retaining Walls Built  Great Northern Hotel,    -   Hedley  m  order to stave off civil wai  SCHEMES   ADArANCED  Nobody seems to want the amending bill except to keep the Nationalists and Orangemen quiet until some  sort of compromise is effected. Some I  talk of a statutory commission, others I  of a national convention. What is of  first importance is Lord Lansdbwne's  admission in the Lords, which he  practically controls,   that do-nothing-  rJ he Dominion Day celebration in  Princeton this year/was' the most successful ever held there.  Crowds of people.from all parts of  the valley were in attendance and it  is estimated that fully two thousand  ^people took part in the spmts. The  programme was excellent, the prizes  good and every item was thoroughly  enjoyed by all.  Hedley was well represented at the  spoils, a large crowd going up from  here to help cheer the baseball boys  and drillers on to victory.  In the drilling contest Griffin and  Trewhella captured the first money,  while Olsen and Liddicoat got sucond.  Both teams were from Hedley. The  first mentioned team drilled 834; inches  and the latter 28 9-16 inches.  Tn the baseball  tournament Coppei  Mountain  succeeded    in    carrying of  the bacon.    In the draw, Guthrie, McDougall & Co.  and  Copper  Mountain  were drawn for tlie first game, Copper  Mountain taking this game in a walkaway.    Hedley was to play Keremeos,  but as   there was   no  Kermeos  team  Hedley got    the    game    by   default.  Princeton and  Tulameen    then   tried  conclusions,    Princeton   winning.    In  the finals Hedley played  Princeton in  the morning and won   this game  and  were therefore compelled to  play two  games on   the same day.    In  the second game Copper Mountain succeeded  in winning by a score of 14 to 6.    This  game was   not-as   onesided as   the  score would indicate and was the best  game of the lot the score standing 3 to  -3-'ttfc������the<;i]tl-of~tho sixth-innings. In these venth the jinks struck, Hedley and  before they could settle  down  again  Copper Mountain   had   the game  on  ice.  Princeton won the lacrosse game  from Keremeos after a hard game by  a score of 5 to 2.  Following are. the results of the  sports. .    ;: ��������� ;��������� ��������� '  BASKHALL  Guthrie, McDougall Co., 3; vs. Coppei  Mountain, 13.  Princeton, 4; vs. Hedley, 13.  Copper Mountain, 14; vs. Hedley, 6.  Won by Copper Mountain, $150.  LACROSSE  , Princeton, 5; vs. Keremeos, 2,    Won  by Princeton, $150.  HORSE RACES  One-mile dash���������1st, Sister, $100; 2nd,  Gilciiekel, $50.  Saddle horse race���������1st, Bob, $20; 2nd,  Stonebolt, $10.  Turnstake���������-1st, Trixie, $20;2nd, King  $10.  Half-mile and Repeat���������1st, Babe,  $100; 2nd, Brady, $50.  Pony race���������1st, Creeping Jimmy,  $20; 2nd, Little Dan, $10.  Relay Race���������1st, G. Turner, $100;  2nd, Saul, $50.  Bucking Contest���������1st, W. L. Pierce,  $20.  Half-mile Dash���������1st, Sister, $50;  Creeping Jimmy, $15.  ROCK DRILLING  "Won   by   T.   J.    Griffin and John  ! Trewhella, 33{ inches, $150; second, S.  Oleson and B. Liddicoat. 2S9-16 inches,  $50.  ATHLETIC SPOUTS  220 yd. Foot Race���������1st, F. Broulette,  $10; 2nd. Len Marston, $5.  Running Broad Jnmp���������1st, Vic Ryder, $5; 2nd. J. Marshall $2.50.  100 yd. Dash���������1st, F. Broalette, $7:  2nd. Len Marston $3.  Half-mile race, won bv J, Marshall,  $7.  Abolish the Bar Policy is Beaten���������Conservatives Again Sweep Ontario  and Have Marjority of  Fifty-five  requiring to be handled with courage  and smpathy. We can not fall back  upon a mere policy of negation and  destructive criticism."  William  O'Brien   wants  both   the  Home Rule Bill and the Amending  Bill deferred until October to enable  an inter-party   commission   and   an  - ���������..w���������,...iK-  Irish conference to review the whole  ism is no policy for. Ireland,, that in   situation Province  [jhis words   "There is   a great   Irish'.   (problem   requiring investigation audi SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  GAZETTE  Toronto, June 29,'���������After one of  the bitterest contests in the history  of Ontario politics! a Herculean effort  on the part of the Liberal, opposition  to' greatly reduce the Conservative  majority in the legislature, or even get  into power, failed today. What made  the contest so heated was the issue  which was the slogan of the Liberals.  "Abolish the bar." By insistence on  the fact that prohibition of the liquor  traffic in Ontario was the supreme  issue in the campaign! the parties  were actually aligned as for or against  the prohibition of the letail trade in  liquor in the province.  As a result of today's voting,   which  was   heavy,    more  especially   in   the  rural  constituencies,   the  Liberal  op  position gained  13   seats   in   the  new  legislature, the Conservatives gained  nine seats and   the  Independents two.  The new  house  will   be  composed  of  83 Conservatives, 25 Libeials, two  Independents and one Labor man.  Sir James Witney,   the former  pre-,  mier of the province,  and   the  leader  of the government party, had' his majority  in  Dundas  reduced   by  nearly  500.    Hon..Dr.   Deaume,   former minister of  public  works,   was  the  only  member  of   the former cabinet to be  defeated.    A    three    corned .fight  in  Windsor resulted  in   his  elimination  and the election of Rev. J.   G, Tolmie,  a Liberal.  ROWELL   HAS SMALL MAJORITY  N. W. Rowell, leader of the Liberals,  had a narrow escape from defeat in  his riding, North Oxford, as he was  elected by only 9S majority.  "Following' were the seats gained.; by-  the  Liberals:    North     Brant,    South  Brant. Cochrane (new),  North  Essex,"  South Essex,   North Middlesex,  East  Ottawa,   West  Ottawa,   West Peter-  boro, Windsor (new),  Lincoln  (hew),  South Wellington and Prince Edward.  The Conservatives   gained   the fol  lowing seats;    South    Bruce,    Haldi-  mand, East Lambton, South  Ontario,  North Wentworth, Parkdale (new Toronto seat).  Riverdale  (new Toronto  seat), Niagara Falls (new).  The Independents  gained  Prescott.  Toronto,  which for years has-been,  the Conservative stronghold, held out.  some hope for  the Liberals, as  there-  have been two new seats created,  but.  the Conservatives   no only  held the  eight old seals, but they also captured  the two new ones.  < "     LIBERAL VOTE GAINS  There was one satisfactory feature  in the fight for the Liberals and that  is that they made a big increase in  their vote. This year the liberal vote  was over twice as large as in the previous election.  Out of four glergymen who were  candidates in the campaign only one  was elected, Rev. J. C. Tolmie, the  Presbyterian ministerof Windsor, who  defeated the cabinet minister.  GLORIOUS   VICTORY,   SAY'S   SIR   JAMES  "It was a glorious victory, just  what I expected,,'was the brief comment of Sir James Whitney late tonight, when asked for a. statement for  the press,  ���������  During the latter part of the evening when most of the returns were in  Sir James was literally deluged by  telegrams of congratulations, a number of which, it was said, came from  Liberals.  Mr. Rowell   received  the results at  the Woodstock Young Liberal club-  rooms and made the following state  ment:  "It is gratifying  to find that,   notwithstanding the whole weight of the  government forces,  aided by  the organized liquor interests,   we have improved our position in the house.    For  the sake of the policy for which   we  are fighting   I regret that our gaius  were not more numerous.    We  were  greatly handicapped by the short pe  riod we had to prepare for the election.    One lesson of the campaign is  that we must perfect our organization  in all  tho constituences of the province and  we  should commence to do  so at once;" THE HEDLEY" GAZETTE JULY 9, 1914  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  I'd Year.  ( railed Si.ue-1.  S.'.OO  . ".'.30  'Advertising Rates  Mc.iMireinent. 1- line- to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certilicitc������ otiinprov eineiil, etc.  S'.Od for Ml-dny notice*. ,iinl &">.'������) lor :������l-d.iy  notioo*.  Transient Advertisement!,���������not e\cecdiii|,' one  incli. SI.dO for one insertion. .'.'> lent- for  eiu-li -ub>>e(|iiiMit in-eitiiin. (Ivei one inch,  in ivnt- per line tin lit-t iii-eilion .mil .")  t unt- |ier line for each -iil>se<|iicnt in-ei lion.  Ti.in-irnU, payable in adv.nice.  Contrart'Advcrtlsemcnts���������One inch per month  SI.Ai; over 1 inch and up to I inclie-. SI.00  per inch perinontli. To < on-t.uit nd\ ei ti-cr-  raking larfrer -pace than four iiuhe-. on  applieiition, i.ite-, will be {riven ot redmed  cliiiiKe-. ba-ed on -i/.e of -pace and length  of time.  W. C. MARTIN. Manaeinir t-Jitor.  full Moon  I..i-t quar.  1.  ^������������������.  ^������    Xew Moon  l-'ii-l 'piar.  ���������_'it.  1911  ���������lULY  1011  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.j  o  12  10  26  I)  t  S  !)  10  11   A  13  11  15  Hi  17  18 "  2)  21  22  23  21  25  11  "2>  21J  3')  :sl  LATE    JOSEPH     CHAMBERLAIN!  -OKALKU TKYDKIlS.iddre-ed to the iindci-  '-' -iffix.l. and endni-ed "'Tender for Hull  Hull. K.imlotip-. H. I ." will be received .it thi-  olllcc uiiiil I.iii 11. in., on Friday. .July "-Jltli,  l!ll I. lor the con-li uction nf thenfoie-aid build-  in),'.  I'liiii-. -pei'illi'iilio'.i and form of eonlr.iet can  , he-ecu and   finiii- of tender obtained lit the  j olllco mi   Wm. Ilendcr-oii,   He-ident Archilecl.  Victoria, ll.C.. and tin :ipplic-ntion to the ("are-  t.ikei nl Public Huildiiifr. Kimilooiis,  H.C.. and  al thi- l)c| artment,.  I'ei-nn- tcndu iii^r are noiilicd lh.it len.lci-  will not, be con-idcreil mile-- made nut on the  punted foiui- -npplio.l. and tinned with their  aclii.il -itinaturc-, -latino their oicujialiiui-  and place-of ir-id.'ii'e In theca-uot linn-,  tliL actual -itfiiatuie .the natiiie of the oi dilution, and place ot re-idcuec of euc h inenibei of  the III in must be vi\en.  K.ieh tender mn-t he .ucompanied by an ac-  t opted cheque on a chartered bank, pa.Mible to  the oiderof the Honourable tho Mini-tor ol  Public Work-, etpia! to ten per cent, (inp.<) oi  the aninunl of the lender, which will be for-j  feitelifthe por-nn tendering decline to oilier  into a i onti.ict when called upon In do-o. or  fail in complete the work contraeto I for. If  the tendci he not ai ceptcd the cheque v. ill be  ie! u rned.  The Ilupiiitnient doe- not bind it-elf to a<'< ept  tlie low e-t in an} tender.  Hy unlet  II.C. IlESliOCHHKS. .  21-2 .-'eiretary.  Ilepaiiment of Public Wm k<.  Ull.iw.i, ApnlSth, 1U1I.  New-papei- will not be paid for thi- advei-  ti-einent if thev in-ert it without authority  ti nin tlie I-loparnnent.  Tin-  ilealh   of    His-ht   Hon.  Joseph  Cli." inliei lain leiuiive- one   of the foie-  ino-t   fignie-  of  the  Biitish   Empiie.  He   vwi-  a   gieat   impel ialist   and  as  Mirli   alti.icled   not only   empiie-wide    be seen and foim-- or' tender obtained at  the  ollice of Mr.  "W.  Ileiidoi-son,  lte-ident Aiehi-  >J) ft- ' /-Ji���������-i'-^.-   "   ' --'  "^  rJ'-^->"'-;   ���������'-      ." V  'Oi:.\LI-:i-������ Ti:NI)Ki:s.iddie���������cd to (ho undci-  *-'       -itrncd, and endor-ed "Tender lor I'ublie  Kuildinjr. Mcnitr.  H. ('..'will be received at  thfeollicuuntil 1.00 l\ M.. on Tue-day, July "JSth,  11)11. for the con-Li uction  of a I'ublie Iiiulding  at Meiritt. M. C.  I Man-, specification and form of contiact can  Synoiisis- of Coal 'Mini ng Regulations  C<OAL mining rights of the Dominion, in  ' Manitoba, Saslcatchowim and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, tlie Xorth-WKt ,Terri-  torie-and in a portion of the Province of Uri-  ��������� tish Columbia, lna.vbo.lcn-cd foru term of  twenty-one year-at. an annual rental of SI an  aeie. Not. niore than '.'..tHO ucie- will be leaded  to one applicant.  Application for a leni-e uiu-t be miide,by the  applieiint in poison to the Agent, or Siib-Ai^enf  ot the distriel, in which the I ijflit- applied for  are -Hunted.  In-ur\eyed territory tlie hind niu-lbode--  ci ibcd by -oi tion-, or legal -ub-din-ioii- of  -eelions, and in linsmrveyod territory the tract  applied for-hall bor-taked out by the applicant  hiin-elf.  Each applie.ition must lie aci_oiiipaiiicd by a  fee of $j which will lie retunded if the rights  applied tor aie not available, bur, not otherwise. A royalty xhiill be paid on the merchantable output of the mine nt the rate of live cents  per ton  The person onci.iting the mine -hall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable coal mined  and nay the royalty thereon. If the coal minim; right-aie not being opeiated, -iich returns  should be lurnished 'it least once n'ycar.       '  The lease will include the eoal ruining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available suif.iee lights may  be considered necessary for the working of the  mine at the rate of ������10.00 an acre.  ' For full information application should bo  made to the Secretary of the Department of  tlie Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  \V.l'W. COIiV,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  .  NMJ.-ljiiauthoii/'.cd publication ol thN advertisement will not be paid foi. (ICm  78 Years in Business.   Capital and Surplus $7,786,666.  BANK IIO'NET ORDERS. ARE SAFE AND CONVENIENT  If you want to send -any sum -up-to 'Fifty Dollars, to  any point in Canada, Yukon excepted, or to any of the  principal cities b'f the United States, buy,a jVToney Order  at any Branch of the Bank of British North America,  The cost is trifling. s  Hedley Branch,  C. P. ;balton,  Manager  but al-o world-wide attention.    What  he   might  have  accomplished  in   the  way  of the   unification  of the empire  ���������-  had lie retained hi-, health fur a few  years longer in impnsMhle to say.  Sli it-ken down in the inid'-t of hit-  campaign for tai ill'reform, which in  eluded a scheme of imperial preference, Mr. Chamberlain during his declining years has had to watch the  cau.se which he had su much at heart  being leleg.ited to the background in  favor of othei political issue.-.  One of the is���������nes particularly which  has had  an   influence  in   halting   the  comse  of  tariff lefoini   1ki> been the  Home   Rule   bill   and   therein   lies a  striking example of the  iiony of fate.  Mr.   Chamberlain,   it may  be lenieni-  beied,     broke   with    his   leader,   the  Right Hon. 'William Ewait Gladstone,  on the Home Rule issue,   taking with  him sufficient of the Liberal strength  in  parliament   to   foiee   the   government's  retirement.     Following this it  was thought by many that Home Rule  was dead  for all time.     Events, however, have shown  that this was a mistaken   view.     Home Rule,   it now appears certain, is going to go into effect  while   tariff  reform and  imperial preference  have to wait  their turn, if indeed tliey are  to come  to the  fore at  rtU"again  as living issues  in   British  politics.  It wasas colonial secretary that Mr.  Chamberlain was brought most closely  in touch with the people of the overseas dominions. "No colonial secretary  before or since lias occupied such a  place as did Mr. Chamberlain 'in the  eyes and in the hearts of Britons beyond the seas. 'His ideas on all, or  practically all the larger questions of  imperial import were theirs. Had he  remained an active force in the politics of the Mother Country it is, therefore, hard to see what changes might  have been brought around by this  time.  But whatever changes might or  might not have been effected in this  way had Mr. Chamberlain's health  held out, tho empire will mourn his  death and in no place will he be  mourned more sincerely than in the  great self-governing dominions beyond  the seas, the spirit of whose people  was so closely allied with his vision  of the empire's future.  tea. Vietoiin. B. C. at the Post Office. Merritt,  J). ('.. and at thi- Depairuient.  I'ei-ons tendering aie uotitied that tendcis  will not, be eon-ideied unless made on the  printed form-; supplied, and signed with their  actual signature-, statingthciroccupationsand  places of lesidcnee. In ease of firm's, tlie  actual sigiiatuie, the nature of the occupation  and place of re-idente or each member of tlie  linn must be gi\ en.  K.uli tender must be accompanied by an  accepted cheque on a chattered bank, payable  to the order of the Honourable the Minister of  Public Work-, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) of  the amount of tlie tender, whicli will be forfeited if the per-on tendering decline to enrol'  into a contract when called upon to do e>o or  fail to complete the work contracted for. If tlie  tender be not accepted the cheque will be returned.  The Depaitment doe- not bind it-elf to accept  the lowest or any tender.  Hy oi dcr.  I!. C.DKSROCTIKKS.  21-2 Seciot.uy.  Depaitment of I'ublie Works,  Ottawa. June "."Jth. I'll I,  Xew sp.ipei's will not he paid  fortius ad\er-  fi-ement if they insert it without authority  from the Depaitment.  TH6 London -Directory  (Published Annually)  Enables traders throughout the world  to communicate direct  with English  .MANUFACTURERS    He   DEALERS  in each class of goods.     Besides being  a  complete commeicial  guide to London and its suburbs, the directors'contains lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the Goods they ship, and the  Colonial and Foieign Markets they  supply:  STEAMSHIP   LINES  arrn"ngcd   uncler  the  Ports   to  which'  they sail,  and indicating theappioxi-  mate Railings:  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading manufacturers, merchants,  etc., in the principal provincial towns  and indus-tiial centres of the United  Kingdom.  A copy of the current addition will;  be forwarded , freight paid, on receive!  of Postal Older foi 20s.  Dealers seeking Agencies can adver- (,  their trade  cards for ������1,  or larger advertisements from ������3.  ���������  Watch Our Show Windows  and See t*he Fine Line of  Goods we carry ih 'Stock.  CREELMAN ������> LYALL  FRASER. BLOCK  *   HEDLEY, B.G.  ���������Tlie London DlrecforfCo.ltd.  -2o,'Abchurcli-Ilane. ���������T:ortdon',-13: Or- }  NOTICE  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following  arc the read ings show-  ing temperafur  e.   etc.,  for 'the week  ending.  June 27  191-1:  AT THE  MINE.  Maximum         Minimum  Jnne21  30          .              20  22  . ,  '-IS        ..              'Jl  23  o9        ..              8S  "24  50        ..             82  2o  52        ..            '26  2(i  52        ..             32  27  51        ..            -30   -  Certificate of Improvements  INIIKPKNDKXCK.IN'DKFKNDKXCKFRAC-  TIONand Sl'AU DYKE Mineral Claims,  situate in the O-oyoos Mining Division of-  Yale Dihtrict. Wliore located: Independence Mountain.  TAKE XOTICK 'that R. 1'. Urown as agent  for (J. H. Cornell Kree Miner'-* Certificate  Xo. B. SI.MI78, intend, sixty days from,tlie date-,  hereof, to apply to tlie Mining Recorder for a'.  Certificate of Improvements, for tne purpose;  of obtaining a Ciown Grant of the above!  ciaims. , . ,  And furtlier take notice tliat action, under  section bVi, must be2eoinmeneed before the is-I  suanee of Mich Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 23th day of June, A. D. 1011.  Average maximum temperature 50.74  Avefage'rriiriihium do        31.43.  Mean temperature 41.07-  Raihfairfor the week   0.50 inches.  Snowfall       ��������� ���������       " 0.0        "  COKRESI'O.VIHNG WEEK OK LAST VBAU :  Highest maximum temperature 6S..   i  Average maximum 'do ,57.57;  Lowest''minimum do ^29.  Average minimum do !32;43  T  Mean  do         45.  AT THE MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  ,Tune21  ..          30  3S  09  05  14  23  75  47  -21  00  10  25  OS  19  "20  71  51  27  69  ���������it  GREAT  NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  . First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor.  Average maximum tomperatuie 00^71  Average minimum do 45.57  Mean do 50.14  Rainfall for the week ���������      ~A������ inches  Snowfall       "       " .00  COKKESPCNDINO WEEK OK LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 82  Average do do 71.71  Lowest minimum do 39.  Average do do 40i43  Mean do 59.07  B  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DlSTKICT Of YALE  TAKE notice that I, Alfred H. Rowberry of  Fairview, 13. C��������� occupation, farmer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing afc a post planted afc a post  about 80 chains ,West ana about 20 chains  North of the N.W.' corner of Lot; CSSs; thence  West 20 chains, thence South 40 chains, thence  East 20 chains, thence North 40 chains, and  containing 80 acres.  Alfred H, Rowberry  25th April, 1911,   ���������      ������������������    -  ^������du ^iVatufally &rUst jfer-  son or Thing ?Kiiovvn    ::  TBy' HbL'^A'tSlD.  rHEN about'to engage in  a business venture you  ��������� prefer to deal'with^sonie one  you know. You 'have more  confidence in'theadvlceof au  acquaintance than In tbat offered by a stranger. Confidence is; based On 'acquaintance.  In: buying^ goods you prefer  to'buy those thatHave proved  their merit You want those  of a knowu standard���������those  that have stood the test of  use. These are the goods that  are advertised. Look at our  advertising columns and see  ' if "this is not true.  Did you ever know an article  of inferior merit to' be widely  advertised? It Is a fact that  the  '-MOST WIDELY  ADVERTISED GOODS  ARE THE BEST.  Just as you find it safest to  do business with a man you  know, you will And It safest  to buy goods that you know-  goods with which "you have  become acquainted through  advertising.  is the keynote of modern "business  methods. To let the people know  just what you have and what you can  -do-for them- is--one of the "first essen-  ti'als'of a "successful business -to^-day.  Boldness and originality in-advertising, backed up by an endeavor to give  good service has built "up most of'the  successiul:business houses off he last  twenty-five years.  Whether you are running  a t>epartment Store or the  Smallest Business ttere fe  somefhkig you have to tell  Tell it :in'the "easiest and cheapest  rw'ay���������through the column's of a news-  papier, which reaches the hbihe of  the people. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE JULY:.9.". 1914  THE iFMlLY GROCERY  'Riueruiew  4<G3i-������e'aiJrri5or.y  'Absolutely' fihe b'e'sfc in  town. Try a pound and bo  convinced.  JAS. STEWMT& tO.  Town and District.  CELEBRATION  x  X  X  X  X  X  ���������x  X  X  'X  X  *s  *Z  *i  %  X  X  Shoes ordeied  specially  within  the next few days can he herein  time for  this occasion.     Special  ordeis  have been   most satisfactory this far and if the goods are  not'safcisfactory when-fitted they  ned.d not he piu-dftas'ed.  Ladies Shoes Have Arrived  Running Shoes        -        85c & 95c  Men's'Shoes in -Many -Varieties  "Kindly-Call a'nclTnspect '  "SoleJa'gents'for Rex Tailoring Co  HEPltySttOE STORE J  I Grand Union f  I Hotel I  ������ tf  f? HEDLEY,  British Columbia ji  X v  X 5  !___=-J  X ---Rate's-^$i;-5b''a!Dayfa'nd^Up :tf  X _-���������-_ -tf  X  FirsttClass'Acc'6'mmoda'tioriJ.      2  X  X  I  !Bar "Stocked"with'Best:"Brands ^  Homer McLean was a." bWi'ness. visitor to Princeton over'lhe "lalsV*weekend."   - ' ". ���������'��������� ��������� <'    ��������� ���������  Little Teddy Burr is'a'sufferer this  week' from blood-poisoning in one of  his hands. ���������  Mr. Sam Manery of Similkameen  was ii business visitor in town between  trains on Tuesday.  .    We are'sorry to' report t.hat'Mi.". Mc-  Kiimoii 'has  been confined  to his bed  foi- tliCpast week.  ���������1  J.'R. Brown, 'Indian agent' of'Sum-  liierlaud, was a visitor to town this  week on'business.  , Mr. ��������� George Smart, blacksmith at  -the-Nickel Plale, left on Monday for  his home in Vancouver.  Carl Ilairsine was in town this week  on business. While here he met many  of'his'old friends who were pleased to  see him. ,  The game of tennis is gradually  gaining in favor in Hedley. There are  now two courts here with another one  beingjfixed up.  For Sat.e���������Rem ngton Typewi iter  No. 7. Good as new. cost $125,000 will  self for $-10.00. ' Apply P. O. Box 491.  Hedley, B. O. ~ tf.  Dr. McEwen took a 11111 down to  Kerenieos in his car on 'Saturday and'  spent-the week end theie. returning  home on Monday.  "Mr. Geo. B. Lyons is having a fine  commodious residence erected on his.  ranch a couple of-miles west of town.  Boeingand Brats have the contract.  If-you are intending-to take a trip  abroad see H. E. Hansen about youi  ticket. He can supply you with a  ticket on any "line by which you wish  to travel.  G. H. Whiteman.r will shortly take  up his lesidence-in-Spokane, 'Wash.,  as representive ihereiof tlie Princeton  C('ml "arid Liiiid'Co.'''Mr. Wlfiteinan's  promotion -i.- well - deserved. , He has  always been unfailingly courteous and  obliging in the company's office hire  and'has made a. host of fri'e'rids 'who  WuTbeTo'ath  to part with him'.���������Star.  II. A. Turner, road supervisor took  .1 trip up the valley on Tuesday to  have a look over the. work being done  in this part of the district. The roads  in this district have the name of being  among the best in the province and it  is through the until ing efforts of Mr.  Turner and Mr. Shatford thab has  brought them up to'this standard.  Some of the flower- gardens around  Hedley a'l-e very pretty these days  with their great profusion of flowers  and variety of colors a-nd the [people  who spent time and money on them  are"now being amply paid, i "It is not  many years ago that it was thought  that roses could not be raised in Hedley but some of the gardens now show  the falsity of the statement.  Mr. J.'Cosgrove has installed a gasoline engine and pump at his place up  the river and it is now in first-class  working order and is giving the utmost sati.-faction. ,He is able to get-  as much as six hundred gallons an  hour up on tho flat lit his residence.  He has .-rsinall  garden planted   up at  Firebox linings withstand years of use because made of Mt&lary Seim-Steel.   See a  ftai2$&  You'll notice the linings are  made in nine pieces. 'There's  ������LiQ������d reason-ask the McClary dealer.  Sold by HEDLEY TRADING COflPANY  04  4  ' of Liquor and Cigars  A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor.  5  st  si  st  ������  i^^^R^i'.r^vx^^^^^^^J^seJ^se^s?  sgitttP.^^*ttK*&t������*P,K^tgK������&S������%������;������������*t  ft. E.BURR  'General   Blacksmith  "' -rHorse-shoeing!."a'nd<all  Blacksmith -Work  'Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting-done.  Haynes St.^Hfes&Iesy.  Pf\Lf\6fc  kivery, Feed & Sale Stefbfes  HEDLEY   13. C.  IF !A good stock of Horses anjl.Rigs on  Hand,   ir Orders for "Teaming  promptly atteiided to.  Office of Dominion Express Gonipanu.-  wood por' Sale.'  Phone 11.  P. J.   INNIS       Proprietor.  FISHING  RODS  andFishing Tackle  We cany a full line of all  goods that the fisherman  -    -    -    -   needs   ���������----.  Hedley Drug & Book Store  Hedley, G. C  When   Writing  Advertisers  Mention this 'Paper.  Please  Mrs. E."C. "Clowes and son of .Stockton, Gal., who has been visiting at the  home of her brother, Mr. R.R. Wheeler, for the .past ten days, returned  :hoiij*e'oii'"-TiieSiiay.  The Rev. D. G. Griffith and wife of  Princeton were visitors to town over  the week-end. Mr. Griffith held  Church of England Service in Fraternity-hall on'Suiiday evening-last.  . 'Eighteen now boxes "have heen installed in the post'o'ffice this week.1  There has been many calls for boxes  in the past six months and anyone  "���������wishing oner-ma'yfnowsi.-ouro-Bn.mo.   ���������-'  Rev. 'A.\H. Cameron of Kerenieos'  came up to Hedley on Saturday last  and Went into the hospital here. He  'was suffering from some bowel trouble  but .is-How~iible4to-be-.out-and around  again.     ' *  5 Mr." A.'Horsw'ill 'lefton' Monday for.'  ���������Nelson where he intends to undergo  an operation before "returning home!  We wish"him-a complete and speedy  recovery and''hope to see "him "'back  again -soon.  The sidewalks are receiving some,  'badly -need repairs'this vweek. They  were getting in pretty bad shape and  it is a:wonder that some'accident or  other" had not happened "from the condition theywere in.  All .members under thejiirisdiction  of the 'Siniilkaineen "County 'Loyal  Orange Lodge, 'No. c93, -Avill /meetat.  Fraternity Hall on Sundly eveningat  7 o'clock pan. for Church parade. By  order, H.:F. Jones, C. M.  ^Mr. viucfMrs. T. Walter Beam and-  daughter came .in on 'Saturday last  arid, intend /spending the summer  months here. "They have taken up  their residence in Mr.F.H.'French's  house on Kingston avenne.  5Mr, JVKearns,:new]y appointed secy-  treasurer of the British Colmnbia Portland Cement Co., was a visitor. to the  town and district last .week. While  in the valley Mr. Kea.rns had a look  over the plant at East Princeton.  Burns Bowerman came in from Vancouver last .Saturday for a short visit  to friends and relatives in town. He  has "been prospecting in the north  country for the past year and a, half  and is glad to get back and see all his  old friends here, again.  Mrs. J. W. Wirth and children left  on Saturday for Kerenieos. Mrs.  Wirth visited over the week-end and  returned home on Monday, but the  kiddies are going to spend some of  their summer holidays visiting their  aunt, Mrs. E. M. Daly, at the "Wil  lows".  Don't forget to take in the concert  in Fraternity hall on Monday evening,  July 13th. Mrs. Brown, Miss Daly  and Mr. Edmunds of Keremeos have  kindly consented to sing a couple of  solos. Madame Yzonnc of New York  has also kindly consented to assist in  the evening's enjoyment and will introduce in Hedley some of the latest  New York dances, including the hesitation-waltz, the tango and the naxixe.  hi>< plaCe and next year intends to get  more land under cultivation.  The Similkameen County Loyal  Orange Lodge will hold a big celebration here on Monday, "July 18th. The  .special featiucs will be a lacioss-e game  between Keremeos and Princeton,  two games of baseball, Keremeos vs.  Hedley. a.tid Copper Mountain vs. "Hedley: foot laces and" other athletic  spm-ls. A "Krand concert and dance  in the evening will finish'the day. J.  \V. Whiteley. supreine grand lodge  lecturer, will be the'chief speaker of  the day. ., ,    }  -Riverside now boasts-of.one of the  best equipped garages in "the valley  since J. T. Nall'lias moved into his new  quarters and fitted'them.up,.; for. bus-i-  ucb.s. Mr. Naff's equipment has been  the best in the county ever since starting in business here. ,His new quarters  are la'rge enough to ��������� accomodate any  class of work and he also has room for  the storing of a large li umber of atitos.  A large banner denoting his business j-x  -luur beeu- pltieod. ������icross'-tho���������fttroot���������In ' ^^  front of the shop.���������Riverside Argus  Parker Williams, Socialist member  in the^House at Victoria, spoke to "a  .email audience 'in the Star Theatre  here on 'Wednesday evening of last  week." "Mr.iWiIlia.iim_did not touch on  tmything .new, >as "he was running  ���������down the conservative government  and the'opposition press has been1  doing'sthat since Sir.'.Richard McBride  first became leader .of his party. His"  criticisms-of Mr.'-Shatford were un-  cjilled'for, and as'for'Mr. Shatford be-  Sng a poor "speaker in the House, the'  people of his constituency do not care'  I f iMay, JiitylO t������ Friday* July 17  *���������  #  Ladies' aMd Misses' White & |  Tan Canvas Oxford and  Stra>p Slippers  Regular Value'$2.00 and $2.-25  Specialat       -        -       -  if he talks at all or not as long as ;he  4f  Men's "Silkette" Summer  Weight Wnderwear  "Regular value -$3.oo~a Suit  at; - $2.25 a Suit f  X  ��������� :*  $1-50 X  *  ���������  New O^ods  this W:eek  McClary's Stoves ^& Rang-es  Carpet Squares *and Mats  ���������produces^beneficial results. It is well  known that the most, efficient mem-4  hers of the-.House are not the most'  talkative and that some of the best  workers''are sekloin heard. Ever.  '"since'MivShatford' was elected to the  House ":he has done splendid service ("^  for his 'oonstituencV and has been1  very successful in -obtaining grants'  and providing for Che'.requirements of  his constituents.  'W.VEX   WKITIMi  ATJVEHTISEnS IT.EASE-  JIENTIOX THE GAZETTE ;  IJET IIS SHOW YOU   i  $250.08 will buy a Otooice  r-ms  Don't Pay Out Good Money for Rent When You  Can Own a House of Your Own  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager HEDLEY, B. C. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.    JULY   J). 1914.  KEREMEOS  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������Famed for Fruit Growing  ToWft and Lower Valley.  If you have not enough sauce try  some Keremeos green apples.  The Rev. and Mrs. Frank H. Stanton  are expected in the  end of this  week.  Mrs. Harding of Regina is in town  this week visiting her daughter, Mrs.  Dundas-  Lloyd Armstrong and Carl Keeler  paid the campers up the Ashnola a  visit Sunday.  The foundation of W. C. Ditinar's  house is now laid and the structuic of  the building is being rushed along.  J. J. Armstrong has bought a new  Overland car and on Sunday was out  to make himself a first elahs  cliafi'cnr.  Mr. A. Gaine, 1-ite of Milestone,  Sask., came in last week to take a  position on the bank of Commerce  stair here.  Great strides are being made on the  house now being erected-for Mr. Alex  Morrison of Armstrong, Morrison Co.,  Vancouver, B. C.  Herbert Silveinail. of the G. N..R.  service, was ;i visitor to town the  second. We were all pleased to see  Silver on deck once more after his narrow escape.  Last week Jack Blnugh, and old  timer of Bridesville, passed away at  Hallans Farm. He was well known  by many of the old timers in this district who will be sorry to hear of his  death.  James Callaghan of Vancouver  spent the week end on his farm which  is managed by Geo. Tickell. While  here he was pleased with the progress  and development made and hopes to  return in a few months.  Joe Armstrong of Chopeca was a  visitor to town Monday and reports  he had a very narrow escape from being drowned while fording the river.  He has about fourteen hundred head  of sheep now pasturing on the Junip-  ; er Mountain.  Mr. ".ind Mrs. W. H. Armstrong arrived Saturday from the coast to spend  a week here. While here Mr. Armstrong let a contract to build a house  r tor his caretaker, who will look after  the grounds and his large bungalow  when it is unoccupied.  Mr. and Mrs. Wallis B. Knowles  are now in Denver, Colorado, the old  home of Mr. Knowles. They sent  woid saying that they had a most enjoyable trip having visited the B. C.  caast cities and the principal ports of  California. They expect to be back in  the valley about the  first of August.  The Similkameen Loyal Orange  Lodges will hold thier annual picnic  at Hedley on the 13th of July. Av-  rangements have been made with the  G. N. R. to hold the train over at  Hedley so that a good day can be as-  surrcd. There will be a grand dance  and concert in the evening. Tickets  can be had from H.C.N. Etches at the  P. O.  A party including Mrs. James Innis,  her sons, Hill and Alex, and daughter,  Annie, Misses Eva and Kathleen  Gibson, Cm-gill Aunstrong, and Albert and Arthur Mattice are camped  out on the Ashnola River about four  miles from its mouth. Reports coming  in say they are having a regular good  time.  We are sorry to report the sad  death of Mrs. Margaret Cameron in  her eighty-seventh year on AVednesday the 1st. Mrs. Cameron had been  ailing for some time but it was hoped  she would rally but such was not to  be and the dear old lady passed away  - to her- peaceful rest. She leaves behind her here Mrs. W. H. Cameron  and Miss Cameron and with whom wo  desire to express our heartfelt sympathy in this their very sad bereavement. The funeral took place at the  Cemetery on Friday, the 3rd, and was  followed by many other beloved friends.  The Rector Mr. Hewitt officiated.  Parker Williams, Socialist member  for Newcastle, in the Provincial House  spoke in Richters Hall last Thursday  the second, before about sixty citizens. He was accompanied by E.  Winch, Social Democratic organizer.  L. N. Northey of Ollala was in the  chair. Mr. Winch was the first to  address the meeting, putting forward  the aims and ambitions of the Socialist party. Mr. Williams then spoke  at some length on conditions said to  exist. Personality was his strong  point however, which we think could  have been greatly eliminated.  Dr. McEwen accoinpanir-d by bis  son, Gordon, Mis. Wirth. Miss Dolly  Sinclair, and Mr. K. I). Swa/.yie, motored over from Hedley and after taking  dinner at the Keremeos Hotel proceeded to the Willows where they spent a  very enjoyable . time. . George and  Lena, son arid daughter.of Mis. Wirth  are spending their vacation-on'the  ranch and are having a.swell time.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING. CUSTOMS 1IKOKE1IAGE,  ITltE  INSUHANCK  OFFICE  KEREMEOS. B.C.  CARD OF THANKS  The under.-igned wis-hes to thank  the people of Kei cinoos for their kindness and sympathy shown in her recent  bereavement in the death of her  mother.  Mrs. W. H.-Cameron.  Advertise in the  Hedley Gazette  and watch Results  60   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &e.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention is probably patentable. Communications Btrictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.  Patents taken throuch Jlunn & Co. receive  special notice, without chnrge, in the  Scientific American.  A handsomely illustrated weekly. I.nrcest circulation of any anientlflc Journal. Terms. $3 a  7enr: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers,  WUNN & Co.3618���������^ New York  Branch Office. FB F St.. Wa3hineton. D. C.  FOR SERVICE t  Running  The  Throughbred  Stallion  "Beautiful and Best"  (Canadian Stud Book, No 237)  Will  stand for public service at  'The Willows" Kerenieos, for,  the season os 1918.  Fee for service $10.00 to insure.  Mares may be pastured    .;-  E..M. DALY  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEKX LAND III:  DlSTKICT OI'" VAI.E  'TRICT  TAKK notice tliat I. Halliburton Iweddleof  Keremeos. li. C.. occupation. Hotclkeep-  er, intends to upply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:���������  Commenoiiifr at a post plunteil about two  miles north of lot :������07. tlience north 10 cliains;  thence enst forty chains; tlience sotitn forty  chains: thence west forty chains to point of  commencement and cunrniniiijr one hundred  and sixty acres.  H.U.I.IItUKTON- TWKDni.E  April Kith. 1014. 21-10  H. C. N. ETCHES  is Agent for the Hedley Gazette in  Keremeos and authorized to book  Subscriptions and take  orders for  job work and advertising.  POST OFFICE,  KEREMEOS,  B. C  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOflMY SING, Keremeos  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  Appendicitis   Book   Free!  The Adler-ika book, telling how you  can EASILY guard against appendicitis, and how you can relieve constipation or gas on the stomach INSTANTLY, is offered free this week  by F. M. Gillespie, druggist.  ENCOURAGE   HOME    INDUSTRY  BOX 111 1'IIOXK 13-.'  B. A. MOORHOUSE  Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. V.K.  and H.C.1..S.  Civil Engineer and B. C. Land Surveyor  AUTOMOmTwK  PENTICTON,        -       -       -        B. C.  KEREMEOS ��������� PEK-T1CT0N  T\AI E D D L E 'S  AUTO STAGE SERVICE  >   Tweddle's ears  are   comfort- >  \        able.    Tweddle's diivers \  are experts. ^  No delavs.            No accidents *������  Autos leave Penticton every morning to connect with trains to Hedley.  Princeton. Coalmont. Oroville and  all Itoumlnry points.  Leave Ivcicincos for Penticton  on  arrival of Great Northern trains  Fare��������� singlk $0.00  HETUHN $11.00  Uaggitge carried. Commercial trunks  arranged for  Ureak the monotony of train and  boat travel and take an auto trip.  WE'VE GOT THE BUSINESS  AND THERE IS GOOD REASON WHY  If we were to be here to-day and pack up  and go tomorrow we could perhaps afford to  . run our business along slip-shod lines. We  are here, however, to build a business. This  we intend to dp by stocking high-grade  goods and selling at a low margin of profit.  See our superior line of Goods  for Spring.  Wlien you arrive at Penticton or  Keremeos ask for  TWEDDLE'S AUTO STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  ������������������/w-a  FRANK  RICHTER   ESTATE  Plumbing* and Heating, Sheet  Metal Work Tinsmithing*  Shop corner Angela Ave. and Bridge  St.,   in 'Murdock's blacksmith shop.'  Work guaranteed.   Consult us about your work  H. DIGNAN  Practical Workmen Proprietors  PRINCETON, B. C.  *  ijiiijiljiH  You Can Thank  NEXT time you step into the corner store,  take a look around. Of all the articles  on the shelves, how many were on your  shopping list five years ago? Make it ten  years, and you will find that most of the  things you buy to-day-���������and could not do  without-���������were not even made then.  m  u  [U  fii  p  ' ,You men and women who buy  things, let this sink in. You are  better men and women because of  advertising. You eat more wholesome food. You wear better clothes.  Your home is better furnished. You  have cleaner and more sanitary-  houses. You read better books and  magazines. You seek more healthful amusements.  Your whole standard of living has  been raised���������and why? Because  the men who make these better  things are telling you that you will  be more comfortable, happier and  healthier if you use these higher  grade goods.  It is advertising that makes it  possible for you to buy "the best"  right at your corner store. It is  advertising that encourages the  inventor to make new comforts and  new utilities and enables you to buy  them almost immediately after they  are perfected.  J. J. Hill says this "high living"  costs more. True for J. J.���������but  it is worth more. And leaving the  cost aside, do you want to go back  to buying jam out of a pail, oatmeal  out of a barrel, raisins out of sticky  boxes, or tea exposed in an open  chest?  Do you regret the money  paid for a Player Piano?  you  Would you forego the new style  razor?  Isn't a Tungsten worth a thousand  candles?  Would you now be enjoying these  if enterprising manufacturers had  not told you about them in their  advertisements ?  11  1  ill  have new  m  m  Isn't life brighter because we  and higher standards of living?  Let us thank advertising for it.  Advice regarding your advertising problems is available through any good advertising agency or the Secretary of the Canadian Press Association, Room 503,  Lumsden Building, Toronto. Enquiry involves no obligation on your part���������  so write if interested.  If]  'i^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^^^^^^^M.  w  m  m  w  m  m  m  m  w  w  m  I  na  1  i  EH-  ;-W  am  I  i������ H  Hi  II  ml  Km'  V  ti*.


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