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 ."' -*'��������� ��������� ���������������-***������-^  if V''  Volume X.     Number -2,9  1   Herbert  G.  Freeman  NOTARY PUBLIC .  "-v^-V  HEDLEY,  -  British Columbia  MAY BUILD ELECTRIC  TRAM LINE  Proposition  Regarding-    Development of  Power at Similkameen'Falls :UncJer  Consideration  N. Thompson piio.ve sevmour 5011  MGK. AVESTERN CA.VADA  ���������Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices and Warehouse, 847-liH Bcntty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  Medley    /liners'    and    riill men's  Union, No. 161, -W. *F. of M.  Regular meetings of the Hedley Locn . Xo.  161 archelei on the first anelthird Wednesday  in the month in Fraternity'hull anel the second  and fourth Wcdnct-dny at the X. P. Mine  0. M. Stevens T, R. Wn.Liiv  Prcsident J'*iii-SL*ei-ctary.  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. -13. A. F. & A. M.,  aro held on tho second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hccllcy. Visiting  ���������brethren are cordially invited to attend.  A. CREELMAN,  W. M  H. G. FREEMAN  Secretary  iL'ht- 'Okanagan Valley-Electric .audi  Power Company, an organization of  capitalists, who are understood toha\*e.  some very strong financial powers on  the other side of the Atlantic, completed the purchase of the Oroville.  electric light plant from the Siniilka-  nieeii Power Company on Wednesday''  last.     ' ' '"  It is stated from a reliable source;  that the Company intends to develop  the power at the Similkameen Falls  to the* fullest extent, with the puipose  in A'iew<of operating an electric line,-  the northern .terminus of which will  he iPentiotpn.  While the negotatiqns Jii this con-'  nection are still stated :to-be.'indefiiiate'  the completion of such a line is un  iversally conceded-to-he a sound-busi-:  ,ness .proposition, as .the.development,'  and .the .possibilities .with which the  Similkameen is fraught, makes it a;  district with a- very bright future, and^  one to Avhich a. means of freight anel  passenger communication north and.  south,-would tie of inestimable value.,  ���������Penticton Herald.  -- I'  AND SIMILKAMEEU������DVERTISER.  HEDLEY, B.C., THt^fflY, JULY i������3.   1914.  $2.00, L\ Advance  ULSTER HEAVILY j&  Posseses Field Artillery.and.Quick Firing  Guns���������Has Enough/Experienced  Gunners to ManjSeveral  Batteries  MOKE POWER FOR  FRUIT INRPECTORS,  ���������WILL CHANGE THE MAP  ACTIVITY AT  FRANKLIN   CAMP!  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp meets in  Fraternity Hull tliefii-st Thursday only iii tlie month.  K. K. Burr  Connsel  H. G. Fhee.ma.v  Clerk.  L. O. L.  "Regiil-ir ritoiltKly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 174-1 are held on  the   third   Monday   in    every  js������2Jje*jK������i2?  month in Fraternity Hall.   Visit  ing "brcthcrn are cordially im-ited to attend.  S. KNOWLES. "tt". M.  C. CHRISTIANA. Sect.  DR. J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in :OrovilIe, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office  on North   Main   Street.  R.P.BRQWN  British Columbia-Land Surveyor  Tec, No. 7S P. O. Diiaavkk 1(10  PENTICTON,  B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building Princeton  ERNEST S.   SILCOX  Civil Engineer and Provincial  Land Surveyor  Lands, Townsite, Mineral Surveys Etc.  PRINCETON  B.C.  The Vancouver< Province prints  the following regarding operations at  Franklin camp: , j  "Considerable mining activity in  the Franklin camp on the north fork  of.the Kettle river is reported by A.  J. Fee, of Vancouver, who is in the  camp-looking after-the work on the,  Maple Leiaf group of claims, owned hy  ���������himself and his brother, J. B. Fee, of-  Vancouver.  "Mr. Fee says that the Union mine,  on Avhich the'envner, Lewis Johnson,-  and his friends started work last summer, has uncovered a high grado copper ore, and that shipments are daily  made.frorn the Union.mine. Over 10(1  horses are engaged on the ore lead.and'  in shipping ore-to Lynch creek, a distance of 20 miles, from Avhence it is  taken by the Kettle Valley railway.to,'  .the'Granby smelter. Some samples,'  from the stope of the Union mine'  which A. J. Fee subjected to an as-!  say ran from $300 'to $500 per ton,;  the gold values -being heavy. ���������Mr.i  Johnson and his associates set to Avork;  to develop the mine out of its own!  earnings, rather than waste time inj  endeavoring:to interest capital for ex-j  tensive development. The Fee brothers'  who h.-iA-eowned the Maple Leaf group,  fe>r the past -ten years, are contemplating work on their oavii property,  wliich directly adjoins the Union;  claims.  '���������As a -result of the ruining'- activity at the Franklin camp, the C.P.R. is  said to.be considering building a light  line to the camp. At present the ore,  has to be hauled by team a distance of:  twenty miles to a shipping point."  Belfast, July 18.���������'Despite the seizure'  of two hunched rifles from a furniture,  van that .happened-to-';be caught  by  .customs  officers  in   Londonderry on  "Wednesday,-Ulster-men  aro chuckling:  Up their sleeves today; for in place  of'  the rifles held -by it-he* excise -officers!  are-nine of  the neAvest Colt automatics, landed near here and safely treiiis-  .ported by motor to Londonderry,  150  ���������miles oif.    In addition to this there are.  evidences in the,military orders issued  to. Ulster commanders'-that the volunteer force is ready Avith a-new   brancli  ���������up-to-date   artillery'"   Ulster's mili-'  tary  plan of campaign   will  contain,  jnany surprises.    A hint .-is   to one  of.  ���������them-is-contained in .the -official-order  describing the distinguishing   marks''  for the uniforms of the' artillery regiment and engineer's corps.  HEAVY   CtU>-S  It has been riimore'd'repeatedly that  heavy guns have heen'jicqiiired for the'  .volunteer force.' The* artillery -regiment Avill not use Maxims and other'  quick-firing guns, many of which Avere'  landed here late Monday night, for  these light guns have already heen distributed among the; infantry hat-,  talions. Many people-believe that mod-'  eru field guns will make their appear-'  ance when the volunteer force takes  the field. There aie enough experienced gunners -to man several bat-j  teries. The majority of the membeis.  of the royal garrison artillery���������County!  Antrim special reserve, are members of  the volunteer force. < Some of them  have just finished their annual training with heavy guns on the County'  Antrim coast. These men are ready to  take their places when the time comes.'  ���������May  Now   -Seize  .and- Condemn Any  Infected Fruit on -Display in  the .Province  New regulations overpowering the  provinc*iiil:fruit inspector :to .seize all  infected-fruit, .-no matter where- it is  on display, even though it has pre.vi-  ouly been passed by the inspectors,  have been made by the provincial  board of horticulture \vhie:h .met in  Victoria last week. This--is the -most  .drastic ste*p yet taken .in the campaign of the board against the iin-  . porta tion of fruit buffering from any  form of plant or insect disease. Oases  have been reported where evidence of  infection -were not apparent at the  time* of inspection, but the shipments  on being opened up on the fruit  stands a few days later showed that  infection had ripened. These shipments will no longer be protected by:  the inspectors certificate, and will be  open for inspection and seizure as if  they had neArer been previously inspected and passed.  Another regulation aimed .-it stamping out the risk of infection from  codling mpth calls for the inspection  of all fruit cars that enter Canada  from any point in the United States.  These regulations under the powers  granted by Sir John Thompson when  he introduced the Horticultural Act  into the Legislature over twenty yeai s  ago. .acquire the.force of statute law  after, being gazetted in the Official  Gazette.  Completion of Grand Trunk Pacific .and  Pacific Great Eastern Will.Open  up Large Tract of Agricultural .and Mineral  Land  Attorney-General Bowser says that  the construction of the Grand  Trunk Pacific will change the map of  British Columbia so far as its agricultural and numeral .development- is  concerned. Mr. Ross, Minister of  Lands, says that the building of the  Grand Trunk Pacific and Pacific Great  Eastern avi'11 make available for agricultural and general development an  area double that AA'hich is now eivail-  able. To this may be added the great  extent of valuable country which the  Canadian Northern Pacific will render  accessible*. This is a magnificent country of ours, which stands ready for the  entei prise of energetic people.  ���������'If you have funds to invest, prepare  to invest them now."' ������������������You cannot,  in a Province like ours, open more than  2,000 .riiili*s of hoav railway, through  what is for the most part a neAV land,  without giving prosperity everywhere  within its holders a tremendous impetus.  ARRANGE FOR REDISTRIBUTION  Justices Macdonald   and   Morrison Appointed by Government to Arrange  a Basis for the Measure  To Keep "Blftter^Cool  When ice is not available, put  enough butter .for a meal in a small,  dish, and set it in a larger one con-.  _taining a little water. Turn .-i porous  clay Hower-poc over-it and this will  cause evaporation of the. water, in a.  way that 'will keep-the air inside the:  pot very cool. If the pot is Avrapped;  iiuwet cloth,-the^corners of which.are  left touching water in outer dish, the  arrangement is almost as good as an  ice-chest. Stand:dish 'where.-there lis  a "free circulation of air. .!  This isas helpful in connection '..with:  milk, meat jind other foodstuffs, and  the similar trick of filling a can or;  bottle AA'ith water, closing it tightly,  Avrapping in Avet flannel, and standing  in a current of air, 'will.cool the  water as effectually , as-putting ice in.  it. If the wrapped can is stood in a  plate containing water, the flannel  will'keep wet-without attention.  .PRINCETON NOTES  METEOROLOGICAL.  COLONEL'S JOURNALISTIC STAR  WalterCIayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  R. T. Lowery of the Greemvood  Ledge has acquired the Princeton  Star from .7. M. Wright, .who has  guided the Star's destines for about  a dozen years. This is the 23rd. journalistic venture of Col. LoAvery and  the Star's columns will no doubt contain much of his original humor, ill-'  though he will personally remain at  the helm of the Ledge. Fred Smyth,  recently of the Pheonix Pioneer, and  a well-known newspaper man, is manager of the Star.  Gentlemen's Ilaircutting  IS AN ART  ' Every man who has his hair cut  at this place will tell his friends  Satisfaction guaranteed  Hot and Cold Paths  HIUURD'S BARBER SHOP  GREAT  NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best. -Rates Moderate  'First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  The foIloAving are the readings show-:  ing temperature, etc., for the week  ending. July 18 1914:  AT THE MINE.  Maximum        Minimum   <  July 12 .71 . 49  ���������1H .. 03       .. -13  14 .. 58        .. 40 -  15 .. 58        .. 35  16 .. 09        .. 41  17 .. 82       .. 40  18 .. SO        .. 50  Average maximum temperature (38.00  AA'erage minimum             do        43.48  - Mean tern perature 55.71  Rainfall for the Aveek   1.50 inches.  Snowfall        ' " 0.0  COKRKSl'O.VDI.VG  AA'EEK OI'' LAST A'E.Ui  Highest maximum .teinperature 71.  Average maximum do 58.13  Lowest-minimum do     .  .33.  Average'minimum do 35.85  J.J. Warren, .president of the Kettle Valley raihyay find chief of construction, AA'as here last Aveek Avith  Engineer McCullough and inspected  the pioposed line into town, including  the bridge site over the Tulameen  i-iA-er. -The junction of the..Kettle* Veil-  ley and the V. V. it E. is assured and  a joint station is also certain.  It is something more than a rumor  that the British Columbia Copper  company Avill erect a smelter in the  Princeton district. Although the plans  of the company are subject to change  there is every indication that a large  ore treatment plant Avill soon be started in /construction.  It is believed-that a deal will shortly  be closed with E. F. Voigt for Voigt's  camp embracing some 52 mineral'  claims. -The.offer made., him is in excess of any previous one.  Confidence in the futiuo.of Princeton and of the whole Similkameen has  been -noticeably resuscitated during  the past -few'weeks,-owing to railway  construction and mining deals.  T. J. Corwin, placer mining operator, is here and..will begin testing his  placer .leases prior to actual mining.  Incidentally, .tAvo bottles containing  about five pounds of nugget gold Avere  recently shown your correspondent by  a.local dealer in gold and platinum.  Victoria, B. 0., July 19th.���������The government has appointed Mr. Justice  Macdonald and Mr. .lustice Morrison  of the supreme com t bench a royal  commission to repent on a basis of redistribution from Avhich a measure  Avill be framed feu piesentation to the  legislation at its next session.  The scope of the commission is wide.  It will study the whole province in respect to areas of population and neAv  settlements and work out a basis of  equitable representation.  Speaking of redistribution Sir Richard McBride says it has been the custom of most legislative bodies in Canada to place the matter of' arranging  a redistribution measure in the hands  of ii committee of the house on which  -would sit members .representative of  the different parties. The composition  of the legislature in British Columbia  precludes an arrangement of this kind.  The government has therefore decided  to -follow a policy -which-has .-largely  obtained in England and in several.instances in Ontario.  The last occasion when a redistribution measure avjis passes in the province -was in 1907, Avhen the membership was increased from 38 to 42.  PREMIER ROBLIN'S  MARJORITY/REDUCED  TO BOYCOT BELFAST  Merchants in Carrack-on-Shannon   Decide to Sever Connections if Ulster  Persists in Her Attitude  Mean  do  40.99  7V\. J. 7YVEHAR  Expert at Digging Cess Pools and  Cellars.    Retaining Walls Built  Great Northern Hotel,  Hedley.  SUBSCRIBE; FOR  THE  GAZETTE  A'l  THE  MILL  MAXIMUM  July 12  . .  S4  13  , ,  71  .14  71  15  , ,  74  10  80  17  . .  94  IS  95  Minimum  03  59  57  48  54  50  50  Average maximum temperature 82.  Average minimum do 49.00  Mean do 06.00  Rainfall for the Aveek       .61 inches  ���������Snowfall       "       " .00  COUKESl'ON'DIXG AVEEK OF LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature S9  Average do do 75.14  LoAvest minimum do 42.  Average do do 48.14  Mean do 62.14  London, July 19.���������A manifesto signed by tAvo magistrates, a county councillor and the -principal Nationalist  -traders of Carrick-on-Shannon has  been issued in which it is stated that  the merchants and traders of this complete commercial centre have unanimously decided, to sever all connections  with Belfast-if-Ulster persists in her  iittitude of opposition to the Home  Rule Bill.  This decision has caused much discussion among trading circles in the  West as a. big trade is-transacted with  Belfast both in banking and commercially. Carrick-on-Shannon is the capital of Lei trim, in AA'hich county every  parish has its company of volunteers.  This ultimatun to Ulster is being taken  up in nearly every toAvn in Leitrum  and commercial travellers from the  North are already finding it diffiult at  present to secure orders.  'Latest returns from Mantioba give  Premier Roblin a marjority of 'four,  as the result of-the elections held there  last-Friday. Premier Roblin's marjority in Dugerin, Avbicli was ,45(5 at the  last election, AA-as cut doAvn to 127.  Four out ot the six Winnipeg seats  went Liberal.  This re?sult Avas not entirely unlocked for by old-time Conservatives .in  touch Avith political affairs in Manitoba.  Strong as Premier Roblin has been,  and popular as he still is, yet, there  Ave re so'tnany things, even A.'ithin the  ranks of his own party, against which  he hod to fight, that some even went  so far as to doubt his ability to carry  Avith a large enough majority to e:on-  trol the next parliament.  GENERAL NEWS  Belching out great columns of smoke  covering the sea Avith sulphur dust and  pumice, the volcanoes along the  Alaskan shore from Seward to the  Aleutian Islands are in a state of  eruptian.  For the first time  in Canadian immigration  history it is  believed  that  this year, emigration from Canada will  be greater than the immigration  into  the Dominion.    HoAvever, the emigration from the Dominion Avill not be of  Canadians,   but of Ruthenians,   Bulgarians,   -Polanders    and    what   are  knoAvn as "foreigners'*.     During  the  past couple of months there has been  a big emigration  of this unskilled labor which ebs and flows  any way and  the immigration officieils believe that  the next few months will see an even  bigger emigration of this class.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  [IffiH THE HEDLEY GAZE1TE JULY 23,  1914
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Synopsis, of Coal MiningPcgiilations
C'OAL niining rights of the Dominion, in
' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,
j the Yukon Territory, thG North-wost Territories and in a portion of the I'rovinco of Bri-
i tish Columbia, may bo loused , for a term of
' twenty-one years tifc an annual rental of SI ten
i acre, Not more than 2,HW acres will bo leased
: :  ; lo one applicant.
Judging bv Sa'turdnv night's  events '<    Application fora loose must be made by 'the
^     ��    - ���       ��  ��� , applicant, in person to the Agcntor.Sub-Agent
in Vancouver  luirbrir the   Hindus on:ofilit* district in which the rights aiiplicel for
I are siMiated.
boartl   the   Komag.ita    liiaiu   are  not |     |n m,,.vovu,i  territory tlie Iaml  must bodes-
ready to sf.rt for  home nor,   if  they | S^^tJf^'l^^W
can help if, are they going to be; t'u.eed | M'',1^01'*111'11 bcstilkc" ��'lt ^ ^ ��>'l"^"t
tt) return   to    the    lail.l of   Hie    birth.       Kadi application  must, be accompanied by a
fee of S.i which will be refunded if tho rights
Defeated ill  their   olTorts   to   lorce  an   applied for arc not available, but not other-
I wise.   A royalty shall be paid on the itierehant-
entrant'O into Canada tliey have adopt- ' tiblc output, of the mine tit the rate of live cents
i i- c ,.    c   i ���"     i-   *i ! per ton
ed a. policy of masterful inactivity. .    ������ ���.      .,        . ��� ,   ,. .     ...
1 J *' l    The person operating the mine shall furnish
S-iturdav night's   enisotle *-hoAV<.   at I the Agent with sworn returns accounting; for
.-3.iLiuci.i-v  iu0titjs   cpihociL  . iitivv., l tlio full ritiantity of merchantable coal mined
least, that  the   authorities   are  deter-   and imy the royalty, thereon.   Jf the coal niin-
' | ing i-iglits .ire not being operated, such returns
mined that  the Hindus  onboard   the I should be furnished -it least once n year.
-,. , .    i     ���   * . :,i ���<���  ,.-       The lcttse will include tho coal mining rights
Kom.-igata niaru must   be got l lei ol at i 01llv>  but L.*.c ]cssec ...ny bt! permitted to pur-
.       r, .iii       ��� i*  -i   i   -, uheine wlnicovcr tivtiilablo surftico rights limy
any cost.    One  method having   lailecl, j be considered necessary for the woi-kins of the
niine at the rate of ��10.00 an acre.
l-*or full information implication should bo
made to the Secretary of the Department of
the Interior. Ottawa, or to tiny Agent or Sub-
Agent; of Dominion hands.
A\". Y\\ CORY,
.Deputy Minister of the Interior.
X.B.-L'nauthoriy.cd publication of this advertisement will not bo paid for. it-Bui
it. will be interesting to learn what
will be the'iiext step in the satin* tli-
ree-iion. Any reasonable, means wliich
the authm ifics may t.-ike to get lid of
thej-e uiieh'siraliles will meet with geu-
er.tl .ippioA'itl.
HUERTA AND AFTFRWARDS
Mexico has a   change nf ndmini.-tra-
tion.    Muerta has resigned and caused
his   foreign   minister   to succeed   him.
The  sui-iender  i*   really   to C-arranza
and Villa, but for ri-astin.s that an; ob-
viotis to those who li.-i\*e followed Mexican   history it would not  be convenient- for Huerta to make the Mil-lender
directly  or   in   person.       Madero   did
that.     Ex-presidents   of   Mexico   live
ahi-iiad.     Huerta would   rather be ex-
pres-idrnf   than   late   president.      C'ai-
lan'/.a's  ofTicers   will   probably occupA
'"the  capital without further fighting.
When O.-trranza arri ves another change
of governnient Will be due.  ,
.     Huerta.. has  made a long and stubborn resistance for ei chief who had to
fight  the.  Constitutionalists  at  home
''���.'and the   United States alitoad.    Since
last  .March   President  WoocIi-oav Wilson   has been   trying   to  dispose him.
He.   .recalled,   his    ambassador,    gave
Huerta  notice  to ijuit,   permitted the
insurgents to obtain arms and supplies
in the. "United States,   attacked  the financial  credit of,Mexico,  sent fleets
to  Mexican ports and.finally invaded
the. country and raptured the principal
sea-port. Huerta had few soldiers who
AA'.ouid  fight,  no effective, military or-
ginization,   no money,   no credit,  iind
no character.
The assassination' of'Madero Avhen
he was a state prisoner under military
guard is a lasting disgrace to Huerta
and will deprive him of the sympathy
which he might othei'Avise rece-iA'e in
his misfortunes. Somewhere in Europe
he will find a home and no doubt a
goodly fortune sent ahead. For a
country may ha.ve little money for
public purposes, and still spare.* enough
to make one man rich.
There is nothing in the record of
Carranza which suggests that he will
lie able, to give peace and security of
life and property to Mexico. Villa
might rule by martial law. He is at
least a man of might and resource.
But while he might, so far, ho a sue-
t'cssor to I.hiiz lie is not nearly so enlightened a man. Daiz avhs a. despot,
but lit; was not altogether a suA'age.
He had the large vision and progressive ideas of a. statesman, or if they
Avere not his at the: beginning he ao
e-uired them. But Villa has l>*-.*en all
his life a bandit, and his treatment of
civilians and prisoners in this Avar
shows that he has all the ferocity and
cruelty of a savage with none of his
chivalry.
There is no reason to expect that
the Mexican people Avill he more unanimous for Carranza than they Avere
for Daiz, Madero or Huerta. But the
Constitutionalists, as they call themselves, Avill have the advantage of the
sympathy and support of the United
It is c-slimated that there are upwards of oO.OOO Asiatics iu British Columbia, and yet how many homes
have they built!-' '1 best: Asiatics wi II
never assimilate* and become real good
Canadian citizens, ,-iiitl every Canadian citizens who employs them while
his own people are in need of that employment can be classed as an enemy
to th<: country.���Phoenix Pioneer.
78 Years in Business.   Capital and Surplus S7,786,666.
AN AID-TO BUSINESS-LIKE FARMING
In the financial end of your farming''operations'tho
Bank of British North America wants to be of clef in ate
serA-ice to you, just as it is to the financial men in. the
largest firms and corporations. Open both Current and
Savings Accounts, and avail yourselves fully of our services.
Hedley Branch,
C. P. Dalton,  Manager
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prefer to deal with"some one,
you knoAv. You have ���more
confidence in the advice of an
acquaintance than In tbat offered by a stranger. Confidence is based on acquaintance. ��� :..-
In buying gooel3_yoei-pret*e*r
to buy thpsotnafhave proved
their merit. You want those
of a kuoAvn -standard���those
that have stood the test of
use. These are the goods that
are advertised. Look at our
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if this is not true.
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of inferior merit to be widely
advertised? It is a fact that
the
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know, you will find it safest
to biiy goods that yon know-
goods Avitli wlifch you have
liecoine acquainted through
advet'llstng.
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Certificate of Improvements
IXllEPKNDKNCK. and SPAR DYICK Mineral Claims, sittnite in the Osoyoos "Mininfr
Division ofYalc District. Whore located:
Independence Mountain.
TAICE XOTK.K that R. P. Brown ns agent
for 0. H. Cornell Free Miner's Certilieate
No. B. f'.3!��7S. intend, sixty days from the elate
hereof, to apply to the Mining; Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
cinims.
And further take notice that action, under
section Sp. niiisti bc'coiiimaneecl before the issuance of such Cci-tillcate of Improvements.
Dated this 2oth day of June, A. D. 1911.
NOTICE
.SI.MILKAMEEX LAXD DISTHICT
lUSTllICT OK VAM3
TAKE notice that I. Alfred II. Rowberry of
Fairview, 11. C. occupation, farmer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following deseribeel lands:���
Commencing at a post planted at a post
about SO e-liniiis AVusfc and about 'JU chains
Xorth of the X.A\r. corner of Lot lillSs; thence
West'31 chains, thence .South 10 chains, thence
F.asr, -JO chains, thence North 10 chains, anil
containing So acres.
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I 2-piece Flannel Suits
t Negligee and Lounge Shirts
Sill< Hose, all colors
f Summer Underwear
| Oxford Shoes
A Tennis Shoes
|   Complete Line of Workingmen's Supplies.
|   Large stock of ladies' white tennis shoes expect-
��� ed on the 18th.
H. Q.  FREEMAN,  Hedley, B. C.
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successful business houses of the last
twenty-five years.
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THE   GAZETTE! THE HEDLEY GAZETTE JULY 28   U)U.  THE FAMILY GROCERY.  RiuervieiA/  Creamery  Gvttt&r  Absolutely tho best in  town. Try ji pound and bo  coiiA'inc'cd.  , | JAS. STEWART & CO. ;  Town and District,  ^1������k^'*i������������^������*������^t������������*rt������<^^Vi5ifi������i������^0������������iJ^k^^is  o'-������  X  .ft"  ���������X  ���������X  ������t  X  X  'K  X  x  ���������K  x  x  X  K  :H  ���������x  at  x  X  HEDLEY SHOE STORE  Hob Nails and  Toe and  Heel Irons  Ladies' and Gents' Walking  Shoes  Children and Infants high  and low Shoes  Boot Cleaning Outfits   .  Agents for Rex Tailoring Co.  Suits Cleaned   and Pressed  at  X Reasonable Charges  r0-^i^>?������������������>,������������,j������e>e������ti?������>j������eft?i*,������8e������>s'*?������*������*ti������?������e������  l jiv.1! Tunis of Keremeos was -a busi-  .es... visitor- to Hedley on Friday  last.  Miss Avonia Jones has been visiting  friends   in   Keremeos    for    the   past  Aveek.  Mr. Blanc-hard came in on Tuesday  and is-visiting his daughter, Mrs. H,  E. Hansen.  Mrs. G. H. Sproule and Miss Mai-  joiy .Smith were visitors to Princeton  a couple of days hist week.  Jli's.  F.  Logsdeii    of   Princeton  is  spe'hding ei few days in  town visiting  | Mr. and Mrs. J. Ciilt'hley.  Mr. and Mrs. Loonier* and children  went to Oroville on Thursday last.  They returned home on Friday.  Miss "Winnie Manery returned to  her home in Keremeos on Monday  after spending the peist five months  in Hedley.  . During the heavy Avind storm on  ���������Sunday night one of the poles on tlie  poiver line Avas bloAvn down on Kingston Avenue:.  ���������   MissC. Crowe and sister of Pontic-- ������������������iee,i_'Niiinl)ei- of candidates 3; pass-  ton came in  on   Wednesday and  are | e(1 0.   "Hedley Superior School.    Pre-  i liminary Course, Junior Grade;  mux-  iitiiim marks 1000.    Number of Cnndi-  Fok Salk���������L*)t 7, block 2, townsite  of Hedley. This-pinperty is a good  location ns it', is If-itiiatt'd ��������� cln .Seolt  Aa-ciiuo, tliu.v. lots north of the Medley Trading Company's storcX*--'" d  house on property. Will sell' for  $900.00 cash or 8030,00, Half down and  the balance, in eight inonts at fl/por  cent.- M. C. Kent, Prince Rupert,  B. C.  In the News-Advertiser of Sunday,  July 19th, a list of of the number who  tried the entrance  examinations  and  the  number   who passed is given    although no names are given.    The  examinations  Avere helel  at 7Indifferent  centres and a total of 8121 pupils tried  and 2003  were 'successful.    Out of 10  pupils who tried the oxamshere^only  three passed.    Tn  tlie high school ex-  aininatinus four pupils from  Hedley  tiied and all Avere successful. Later  Hedley���������Number of;Candidates -I'.'passed 1.���������Monica G.  Smith   019.    Keremeos���������NuiribHi* of candidates 7;  passed 0.    Ollala���������Number of.^canclidates  I; passed (I.   Princeton���������Numberof candidates 4-; passed 2.���������Naomi B.  Leigh-  ton 037, ErnestB. Coulthard 550.~Tul.a-  Oven is a wonderful baker.  That's because  the heat flues completely encircle it.  kQ12(U?   satisfies  the   most  elStcting  W . JF       cook on every point. Let the  McClary dealer demonstrate the fact. 53  Sold by HEDLEY TRADING COHPANY  and  aitekiM'^M^<lM%-iO'������^MM^������<4i������'il3������i*V<43������������c4������������������V  X. X  X X  I Grand  Union 3  $ Hotel  X  S HEDLEY,  British Columbia  x  xa    X  X  X,  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  *������ First-Class Accommodation.  ��������������� Bar Stocked with Best.Brands  X of Liquor and Cigars  K  x  ���������    x   A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  3  I  X  X'  X  ff  X  X  X  I  X  X  e;e;burr  General   Blacksmith  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  Haynes St., Hedley.  spending a few days  visiting Mi  Mrs. J. Beale.    '  Miss lna Boyd left on Tuesday .for  Keremeos' where she will spend a  short time visiting with Mr. and Mrs.  J. F. Madore.  , li. P. Brown, provincial land surveyor of Penticton, is in town this week  surveying a" couple of mineral .claims  for Geo. Cahill.  ���������Mr.   G.  1\.  Jones,   manager of  the  Hedley Gold Mining Co., left on  Sun  day in the Company's car for  Grand'  Forks on business. -*  Thegovernmentis calling for tenders  for the getting out of telegraph poles  for the extension of the telephone line  to Copper Mountain.  For S.ytjg���������Rem ngton TypeAvritcr  No; 7. Good as iicav. cost $125,000 will  sell for $-10.00. Apply P. O. Box 491,  Hedley, B. C. tf.  Miss Eva Campbell returned to hor  home in FaiivieAv on-Thursday last  for a short visit. She expects to return to Hedley shortly.  Mr. J. Wirth and Mr. H. G. Fiee-  iiian have, each purchased a Ileintzmn n  & Co. pi.mo. They received them on  Friday last from Vancouver.  Miss E. Wilcox, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. R. Willey,-rfor  (tlui pas-t six months, returned to  her home in Greemvood on Tuesday.  Mr. J. D. Reid, assistant provincial  manager of the British  Columbia Xife  dates :l; 'passed.  7-J7, Gertrude (.!.  -Marjoiie K.   Smith  Smith 72ei,   Ruth   E.  BoAverinaii 70S,   Riehaid R. Cl:u e  09-1  Not the1 Same  ���������  ���������  ���������  ALL THIS WEEK  Tiik teacher Avas telling the childien  ���������*i lung, highly embellished story about  Santa. Clans, and Willie Jones began  giggling with miitli, which finally got  beyond his control. '  ,'Willie!    What   did I whip  you for  yesterday?'' asked the teacher sevei ly.  ���������'For lyin'!" piomplly answered  Willie.-  ���������  Benefits Local People  HvdleA* people h.-ive discovered'that  aSiNGLE DOSE of simple buckthorn,  hark, glycerine, etc.. as compounded  in Adler-i-ka the Gentian appendicitis  reineelA", removes g;is em the stomac-h  and c-e'mstipation AT ONCE. F. M..  Gillespie, druggist. :  4>  Plans, specification anel form of contract can  _  bo seen and forms of tender obtained at the)  i..........������>.>���������. u_..w^..v....   ^������........... j-...>.   0j)ic(j Qf ^[^ y^-m -fren('cr:;0n Resident Arthi-  Insurance Company,--.-was- iiLtown. JL toet> Victoria,!! .0., tit the Post Office, Aslici-oft,  couple of diiys   this   Aveek  drumming   B.C., and at"this Department.  OEALBD TKXDERS addressed to the uiider-  v-' signed, and endorsed -"fonder for Public  Building, Ashcroft, 13. ������.,'[ Avill be received at  tin's oflicc until 4.00 P.M., on .Tuesday, Aiigu'st;  ���������Ith, 11)14. for the.construetioii of ei Public Building tit Ashcroft, 13.C.      *      '.'���������    ���������  ���������  Ladies' and Misses' White & $  Tan Canvas Oxford and      ������  Strap Slippers f  Regular,Value $2.00 and $2.25 *  Special at        -        -���������-.--  $1.50 |  I ��������� imiBWIIIJIL    1 m-iwuw ^^  4>  Men's "gilkette" Summer     I  Weig-ht Underwear t  4P  Regular value $3.00 a Suit <p  Special at - $2.25 a Suit J  ���������  ��������� PALACE;-  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables   HKDLEY  B. C. ������������������ -  ir A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand,    -tf Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to. ���������' "  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  FISHING   ROD������  arntd Feigning; Tackle  We cany a full line of'all  goods that tho fisherman  -    -    -    -    needs    -    -    -    -  Hedley Drug & Book Store  When   Writing  Advertisers   Please  Mention this Paper. -  up business.  See McClures for all kinds of sewing,  cleaning, pressing, mending or - dyeing, ladies" and gentlemaivs clothes.  Old clothes metde neAV. Will call for  and deliver your suit.  Mrs. W. A. McLean, Mrs. Gillespie  and Homer McLean left for Princeton  iu their car on Wednesday morning  and Avill spend the sir miner Avith Mr.  McLean at his; caihp on the transcoii-  tinental .-into road.  Mr. Geo. Turner, eind old resident of  Hedley, and Jack-Mitchell of Princeton Ave re in town, on Thursday last.  3Ir. Turner is agent for Ford cars in  Princeton .and he Avas down here and  unloaded a car load of them and took  them  back  to Princeton Avith him.  31r. and Mrs. Wallace Knowles'rej  turned home on Tuesday from their  honeymoon. While jiaviiv they visited  the coast cities and Mr. KhoAvle's old  home in Denver. On Tuesday'oA-ening  they Avere given ;i serenade by the  Hedley Band.  E. i*j. Burr has a nice crop of whe.-it  ui) ;it his ranch above town this 'year.  He plai.ted the crop in the spring of  101.1 for spring Avheat but it failed lo  come up and this year itgot its growth  and is"a good matured crop with a-good  full head,    lie is cutting it for feed.  Mr. Roy Hilliard underwent an operation in Oroville! last Aveek for appendicitis. He has been having  trouble with his stomach too for the  past month aiid during the operation  the doe-tors examined his stomach and  took out eight ulcers. He is getting  along fine now and is rapidly recovering.  Large tract of good A-alley farming  land just thrown open for free, settlement in Oregon. Over 200,000 acres in  all. Good climate, rich soil, and does  not require irrigation to raise finest  crops of grain, fruit and garden truck.  For large map, full instructions and  .information, and a plat of several  sections of exceptionally good chiinif,  send $3.40 to John Keefe, Oregon City,  Oregon. Three years a U. S. surveyor  and tiniberiuan. An opportunity to  get a good fertile free homestead near  town and market. 2S-5   Persons tendering are notified that tenders  will nob be considered unless made on the  l-rintecl forms supplied, and signed with their  iietal signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. It the case of firms, the  tictuiil signature, the nature of the occupation  and place of residence of each member of tho  firm iiitist be given.  Kac-li tender must be accompanied by nn  acceptor! cher/uc on a chartered bunk, payable  to the order of the Honourable tho Minitser of  Public Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.j of  the amount of the tender, which Will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter  into a contract when culled upon to do so or  fail to complete the work contracted for. If the  tender be not accepted the cheque/wil be re  turned.  The Department eleos not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any render.  By order,  II. 0. I.IKSKOCHKR.S,   ��������� ������������������..-��������� Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Oltawa,..July 2nd. 1914.  Newspapers will hot be paid for this advertisement if they insert it without anthot-ity  fr'om the Department.  4>  New Goods  this  Week I  ���������.  MeClary's Stoves & Rang-es f  Carpet Squares and Mats      I  4>  I    LET US SHOW YOU   I  t't Pay Out Good Money for Rent When You  Can Own a House of Your Own  HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd,  F. tf. French, Secretary and Manager HEDLEY, B. C.  B  m  .������  if  \ii������ THE HEDLEY -GAZETTE.    JULY i-3. WU.  THE KEREMEOS  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower SLsnilkarneen���������Famed for Fruit Growing  Towft end Lower Valley.  Hiram Inglee  of'White   Lake av.-is a:  visitor to town Tiu'i-day.  Mr, G. C. Armstrong of Medicine  Hat is visiting Mr. and Mrs..!. .1. Armstrong.  Maurice Daly lias returned iiome  from the Princet'in beef 'roundup on;  Sunday.  Harry Prince, the 'hide buyer of  Oroville, is again iiiibhe-dis.tnict .pleiy-j  ing a skin game.  Miss Avouia Jones of'Hedley spent  a very .pleasant week .here as-thc guest  of Mrs. J. A. BroAvn.  -Leland Chase is now at Athabasca,  Alta. We have not heard any details  as to what he is doing.  G. S. Tickell is digging a Avell. He  is now clown 05 feet. Another oil  boom in night; I mi'ini water!  Mr. and Mrs. Foi ire and daughter of  Minneapolis, Minn, are visiting Mrs.  Forge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win.  Vader.  Letter heads, envelops, billheads,  statements and till other* kinds of  printing done at the* Gazette. See the  local agent and get-the price.-*.  We are pleased lo report that Jack  Cleland, son of Rev. .1. A. Cleland of  Penticton, has passed.the McGill Uni-  A-eisity matriculation examinations.  Mr. Lloyd of Vancouver, representing the Magnet Separator Co., spent  the past two or three days in town.  He' left un Monday's train for the  Boundary country.  Miss Giey avIio has been visiting her  sister, Mrs. Ezra Mills, for the past  week left for her honie in Toronto last  week. She '.was delighted Avith .her  visit here.  A tennis tournament'is''now in'full  SAving. The games are being -played  on the courts of Mr.- J. A. BroAvn and  Mr. W. M. Frith. We hope.to be able  to give a summary of the games next  week.  Miss Anna B. Vogel, late of Cascade, B. C, has been engaged as  teacher for the coming year. Miss  Vogel is a graduate of the provincial  normal school, Nova Scotia, and holds  a'first class license for British 'Columbia;  Mr. H. E. Simpson left on Monday  eA'ening for Penticton enroute-for  Field where-he will'join the Alpine  Cliib. No donbt there are many more  from this district during the past  Aveek Avho wished they Ave re members  also and were sitting on a glacier cooling off a little.  A memorial, service to the hite Mrs.  Margaret Cameron was conducted in  the church by the*. Rev. F. H. Stanton  before a large and sympathetic congregation. A sole "Abide With Me"  was beautifully rendered' by Mrs. P.  Quant. Miss Elsie Hecks, as organist,  accompanied her.  News comes from Molson, Wash.,  that on Wednesday, the 15th, Joe  ChesaAV, a.half breed-Indian, came into toAvn Avith five bottles of Canadian  booze and on being asked by the U.S.  customs official to pay the duty thereon he struck the officer a heavy blow  over the head Avith tho butt of his  whip inflicting a nasty gash on the  head and.bruising him badly. A warrant is uoav out for Joe and he is now  being hunted by the bloodhounds of  the Iiiav. No one would suspect Joe  of such un act of violence but a little  hootch Avill often turn one of these  Iamb like Indian and half breeds into  A-iolent maniacs in short order.  .1. J. Armstrong returned home on  Saturday from his annual trip to the  .be.H-ii clary country on lH,?ir!'.,-*5S Avhc-rc*  'lias been for tlie past fortnight soliciting orders for Keremeos fruits, He  reports a very suCressful trip getting  orders for several thousand boxes of  peaches to be shipped to Greemvood,  MidAvay, Phoenix and Grand Forks.  All tho firms visited expressed their  satisfaction of the fruit, but in some  instances had some fault to find Avith  the packing and grading. The fruit  growers in this district should learn  that one of the chief factors for marketing fruit is the packing and grading of same and in n place like this  where there is no established packing  packing house it is the duty of every  grower to see that the boxes are evenly graded both in size and ripeness.  The fruit is here and it is the best that  can be bought and with a little more  care in the packing the market for  our fruit will be far greater than the  supply.  We endeeiA-ored to,point out to the  customers .of (the 'Kc-rumeos Fiaiil  iGrowe.rs and Shippers, through those*  ���������columns a few Aveeks .ago,' that the  stiiiAvberry creip was about over and  that the cherries* avouKI soon be ready  for shipping and that anyone Avishing  .these fruits should send in .their orders right aAvav. Now these fruits  along -Avitli'i-asphi-Liiies and gooseberries are a thing of the past for this  season and -yet there is a big demand  for these small fruit.- >w.bich. cannot .be  ���������supplied'ti-ointhis'ilisti.ie-t. Ulhe if units'  now .-readyifor shipping are apricots,  cling stone peaches .green apples and  plums. Send in your orders right  away and not be disappointed.  A Maid There Was  A jr.AiD there av.-is in our town  Whose modesty was rare:  Of autumn trees she'd never speak  Because their limbs Ave re bare.  When night its sable shadow threAV  She'd tumble in a swoon  If curtain did not hide from view  The man up in the moon.  A plumber caused her death one d.-iA',  So the story goes ���������  By asking in a careless way  To'let him se   her hose.  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  sentfree. Oldest, agency for securing patents.  , Patents taken throuch Muuu & Co. receive  special notice, without cii.iree.in th6  . .    '���������  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.nrcest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a  7ear; four months, JL Sold by all newsdealers.  1WIINN & Co.36iBfcad^ New York  Branch Office. BIS F St.. Washlneton. D. C.  I FOR SERVICE j  X The  Throughbred   Running  " Stallion  "Beautiful and Best'-*".  (CanadianStticI-BeKjk, No.237)  Will stand for public service at  '���������The Willows" 'Keremeos, for  the season of 1914.  Fee for service $10.00 to insure.  Mares may be pastured  E. M. DALY  NOTICE  SI3IIIjKAjMEKX land district  DISTHICT OK V.M.K  TAKK notice tliatl.-Hnllibmtoii Tweeldloof  Kercmoos. B. C. occupation, Hotolkeep-  cr. intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following deseribeel liinel,--:���������  Commencinfr at te post planted nbotit two  miles north of lot "K07. thence north JO chains;  thence cast forty 'Chains; thence south forty  chains; thence west forty chains to point of  commencement it ml containing one hundred  iind sixty acres.  HALUiiurn'o.N" TwrcnnLE  April lGth. 1U11. 21-10  H. C. N. ETCHES I  is Agent for the Hedley Gazette in  Keremeos and authorized to book  Subscriptions and take  orders for  job Avork and advertising.  POST OFFICE, KEREMEOS,  B. C.  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOMMY 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.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  .CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKER AGE,  FIRE INSURANCE  OFFICE  KEIiEMKOS. -B'C.-  ���������HOX 111 I'lIONK-lfe  B. A. MOORttO-USE  Assoc. Mem. Can. Sue. O.K.  iind.H.C.lj.S.  ���������Civil Engineer and B. C. .Land Surveyor  AUXO^IQUILK  (PENTICTQN,      , -       -       -        B. C.  nix'ua-PEMC-M $  TlA/EiDDi^E !S  auto sum mm  ���������   >   TAveddle's  cars  .-ire   comfort- \  \        able.    T.weddle's dirvers X  are experts. <  No delays.            No-accide-nis  Aulos leave Penticton every morning; to connect with trains toHoelley.  Princeton. C'oalintint,  Oroville anel  till lioiiiidary points.  Leave Keremeos for I'enticton on  iirrival of Great Northern trains  Fare-single $6.00  RETURN $11.00  Baggage carried. Commercial trunks  iirrnngetl for  Break the monotony of train and  boat tr.wcl anel take an auto trip.  When  you arrive at renticton or  Keremeos ask for  TWEDDLE'S AUTO STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotel*  **A������/**>  WE'VE GOT THE BUSINESS  AND THERE IS GOOD REAS.ON WHY  If we were to be here to-day and pack up  and go tomorrow w.e .could perhaps afford to  run .our business along slip-shod lines. We  are 'here, however, -to build a lousiness. This  we intend to do by stocking -high-grade-  goods and selling at a.low margin of profit.  See our superior line of Goods' tor Spring.  FRANK   RICHTER   ESTATE  I  Plumbing- and Heating, Sheet   |  if      Metal Work Tinsmithing  Shop corner Angela Ave. and Bridge  St.,   in 'Murdoc'k's blacksmith shop.'  Work guaranteed.  Consult us about your work  H. DIG-NAN  Practical Workmen Proprietors  PRINCETON, B. C.  PlpiilPPfji^  ietfcer than Ringing  Door-bells  A PIANO manufacturer recently made a house-  **��������� to-house canvass. He's one of those men with  an absurd fear of the "waste-circulation" bugaboo  ���������cannot get away from the haunting thought that  only fr'O out of every 100 readers of a newspaper  may ?be possible buyers of his goods.  So he refused to advertise, and went -a-can^ssing  ������������������inviting people to come to iris piano recitals.  Then -he wondered why they didnlt 'come.  This is why:  He Wcwn'i! reaching the people.  His canvassers rang every door-bell -in  town. They talked to some one in every  house.  But one in every household isn't enough  ���������particularly if it doesn't happen to be  the right person. And, as a rule, it wasn't  the right person���������it was a servant, or a  child. The woman of thehouse was seldom  6een; the man of the house, never.  Now, if the piano maker had placed an  a<L in the newspaper, it would have reached  thousands, where the canvassers could  reach only hundreds.  And even though only 10 per cent, of the  readers are actual piano buyers, this does  not mean that the advertising read by the  other 90 per cent, is wasted. Advertising  talks, not only to the prospective buyer.  but also* to his wife, his grown-up sons and  daughters, his mother���������even his mother-  in-law. Their coaxing will help to convince  the head of the .'house���������rand pretty soon  there'll be a.piano in that home.  This and dozens of similar cases which  might be cited to show that "waste circulation" is an empty bugaboo, and should  deter no one.  Take the motor truck. It can. be sold  only to large firms Yet a motor truck  ���������manufacturer is successfully Advertising  in daily papers. He realizes that he must  reach, not alone the managers of the concerns that require trucks, but also their?  directors, their foremen, their head machinists, etc. It is found in actual practice  that this Advertising radiates in a thousand  directions, and again converges most astonishingly to influence the house' that has  made up its mind that horsertrucking. is  too costly and inefficient.  Advice regarding your advertising problems is available  through any recognized Canadian advertising agency, or the  Secretary of the Canadian Press Association, ,Room 503  Lumsden Bldg., Toronto. ^ Enquiry involves no obligation  on your part���������so write if interested.  lali^gflj^^^  ��������� *'  ��������� ill  1 >  H.,  ���������**  ���������.  via  S-iL  III  :l. Hi  i ;  i 1  hm  Tz������*2������w&i&^������������at  H  l{  vim

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