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 T/^rr  *-l\  finlf  ���������A   +<* JL������ y<P  \v C\ O'        -    -^  av **^*^yro.'!*j -iO.  csutfri-Ajj'?*V������*" -j-S-i-a.-. <��������� -  *  I  ANTJ! SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume XI.      Number"^2-Z^  *-'/\V,  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 191f>.  ^g������t������    $2.00, In Advance  N. Thompson -   phone seymour 5913  MGR. AVESTKRN CANADA .' '  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  -      -'" Steel Manufacturers  *  '-   ���������       Sheffield, Eng. "',  Offices and Warehouse, 847-63 Beatty Street  ",'-,' Vancouver,.B. C: " ; .' ,  ������������������  -  N. P. MINERS WILL  1    BUY^MACHINE GUN  Enthusiastic   Meeting   at  the Mine on July 16th���������  ,    Over $1200 Raised  ,,*'-.A. f. '&, a., m.  ,  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 13, A..F. & A. M.,  are-held on the second .* Friday, in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to,attend.  A. CREELMAN, S. E. HAMILTON  AV. M -,   '  Secretary  L. O. L.  ' The Regular i meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1714 are held, on  ' the first and third Monday in  * every month in,the Orange.Hall  Ladies meet 2nd and'i Mondays  Visiting brethern*aro cordially Tnvited  "-' A. J. KING. W.M -  **  C. P. DALTON, Sec't.'  R..P..BJRQWN_  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tei- No. 27   , -P. O. Dkaaver 100  PENTICTON,  B.C.  ; P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL  ENGINEFjR' and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  \jtVa I te������ r GI ay to n  Barriator, Solicitor," Etc*.  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  J. HOWE, flanager*  Roller Skating on Tuesday and Thursday  eacli week, from 8���������10:30 p.m.-; admission  25c, skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:30  to 5 p.m. for ladies onlj-, free.  Also open tor Dances and Other Engagements.  On Friday evening  the men of the  Nickel'Plate mine held a most enthusiastic patriotic meeting.and conceit.  - The (object*, of the meeting Avas to  raise a fund for the purpose of sending  ���������  - *"        ���������* . 'ft" -  a machine gun to the front.  -.Interest was added to the, meeting  by the fact that* one of their number,  Charley Saunders, Avho for some years  has-'been employed at the mine, Avas  i       - * *.  about to leave for the Old Country  Avhere he will later .enlist and-go to.  the front.  There Avas a short program, 'towards  the end of which G. P. Jones, manager  of the Hedley Gold Mining and Daly  .Reduction. Company,- delivered W very  impressive address in Avhich he'made  an*appeal for each present to do^some-  thing towards; the'Avork' of defense.-  All cannot go to fight, but those Avho  could not go could give.  A subscription was takenamounting  to over $1000 for a machine grin.'-'The  siim of $1H4 was also raised for'the  Red Cross and a purse of-$121 for  Charley Saunders.       . .  The meeting Avas one of the most enthusiastic ever held in the district, rand  the, appeal made by Mr.'Jones seemed  .to take hold of the meeting and make  itself felt by everyone there.  Following is' the  program:  The. Maple Leaf Forever... Everybody  Piano'duet.  Misses Smith  Song���������The Call-Of-the Motherland  We Sweep the Seas!  We F-Aveep the seas!  Our glorious Hag, unfurl'd  From north to south, from east to  Avest .  Shines o'er the world!  ���������Our cannon's bellowing thunder  Roars with'the roaring waves���������  For Britain's foes Avild ocean holds'  Nothing but graves ! 1  F  ** *  Up Avith tlie country's flag !  Wide be its folds unfurl'd !  We SAveep the seas���������we keep the  seas ,   ,        "'  For the freedom of the world!  We SAveepthej seas! '  On welters far and near  Our signals flash and write in fire  Our meaning clear!'  No other land, no other race,  Can match our British men���������  They've won a'thousand fights be-^  fore,    - "  They'll Avin again !  We SAveep the seas!"  We rule the restless foam������������������  ���������We struggle not for place or pelf,  " We fight for home!  Loud let our shout of-'' Victory!'"  .Ring^n the favoring breeze���������  Down   with   the foe  ten fathoms  ���������-    "    deep!"      " <������  We sweep the seas!  ,.  " "    \ ���������, .     ���������Marie Corelli.  Hedley and  the Nickel  Plate  Have Raised $3000 For  Machine Guns  Two Meetings Realize Considerably Over $1,000 Each  and a Canvass of the Residents  Easily  Procured the Rest ;  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL'  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor.   .  EGGS FOR HATCHING  From imported heavy laying  strains of  WHITE WYANDOTTES   and    Single Comb White Leghorns  Day old chicks feir sale about end  of March  A few White Leghorn Roosters for  sale  Miss Daly  Song���������Just Before the Battle, Mother   Messrs. Hambly,  Williams, W. Rescorl and Sampson  Private Tommy Atkins C. E. Prior  Till the Boys Come Home..'.    Miss Avonia Jones  Piano solo Miss M. K. Smith  Violin solo Mr. W. Daly  Larboard Watch   ". Messrs. Sampson and Hambly  Are We DoAvn-hearted ? No!    Mr. J. HoAve  Address by Mr. G. P. Jones '  b," Canada Mixed cjuartette  God Save the King!  1 ' ���������   1     -  TEN YEARS AGO  (From the Hedley Gazette of July  20th, 1905.)  HEDLEY MINER GETS SEND-OFF  James Murdoch  Sterling Creek,       -       Hedley, B.C.  v*^**;-  '^TSk'H^biting advertiseks please  \'ri������������������'.-.   M&'SLTION THE GAZETTE  ���������v- ,���������������������������''������������������������������������ -���������-��������� ..���������.���������������������������������������������ystv          I  Qrandi Union g  iiel  1   '     .���������:'���������'''-H-/'  h HEDLEY/ British Columbia  * '/:������������������ '��������� ������������������''/*:���������;:;.   i  X      ' (  Rates���������$)?��������� 50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor,  X  si  Charley Saunders left -Monday for  the Old Country, where after a visit  to his aged mother Avhorn he has not  seen for a number of years, he will enlist, he will try to get into a Canadian  uiachine gun section. For about seven  years he has been at the Nickel Plate  in the employ of the Hedley Gold Mining Co. and has made for himself a  large number of friends.  The scene at the station AA'as impressive, the number Avho had gathered  there vieing with each other for the  chance to.shoAV honor to the patriot  who was giving up good prospects and  going back home to fight,for his beloved empire.  There Avere several snapshots taken  of the gathering, prominent in each of  Avhich appeared the smiling face of  Charley Saunders.  Several of the Company's men Avere  there and sincere indeed were the  Avishes and firm the handshakes of  those Avho bid fareAvell to this, one  more Hedley boy, as they Avished him  God speed.  -Miss Johnson has been re-engaged to  teach the Nickel Plate school during  the coniing year. -    ,  Geo. Bowerman and Ross Allen set  out on a prospecting trip for Kruger  mountain and vicinityon Tuesday.- a  . Chief Engineer Kennedy of the V.  V. & E., has moved his family to Midway, which will be his headquarters  during a considerable portion of the  time required in pushing the road to  completion.  W. A. McLean completed repairs to  the dam at Nickel Plate lake last week.  A large volume of water is. stored  there which will assist materially in  helping out Twenty-mile during the  spell of low water.  Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones of the  Nickel Plate have the sympathy of  their friends because of the bereavement sustained in the death of their  little girl, Marjory Beryl, who died on  Monday after a brief illness. The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon.  Hedley is well in the lead now. We mean to stay there too.  The town of our size that overtakes us will be humping some.  When you take into consideration that tlie population of  Hedley, including mill and mine is only about 500, our present  objective of $5,000 will mean $10 for every man, woman and  child in the camp. Four-fifths of this has already been subscribed and the rest is assured.  '" ' There is no other town in the Northwest can present such a  record. But we are only starting. Just keep'your eye on  HEDLEY, .  Friday night the men at the Nickel Plate Mine raised over  $1200 in a very few minutes and Tuesday night the mill and the  town raised over $1100 for the gun and the Red Cross also in a  few minutes, not including tlie $500 given to the Red Cross fund  by the Directors of the Hedley Gold Mining Co.  At the meeting Tuesday evening a committee was appointed  composed of Messrs. G. P. Jones, W. A. McLean and' C. P. Dalton.  They will take charge of the fund and propose to make a thorough canvass of the district in the hope of raising the fund sufficiently to make it three guns from the district. The Red Cross  fund will also receive attention from them. A report of Friday's  meeting appears elsewhere in these columns.  HEDLEY GENERAL HOSPITAL  The people of Hedley may now Avell  be proud of the general hospital and  its equipment. The X-ray machine  which has been on the premises for  some time Avaiting for accessories is  now ready for immediate use.   .  At Monday night's meeting Dr. McEwen and Mr. G. McEachern, electrician at the Daly Reduction Company,  tried out the machine and great satisfaction Avas expressed by all present at  the result.  The Hospital Board Avishes to thank  Dr. McEwen for the splendid donation  of an invalid's chair which he presented to the hospital recently.  BIBLE CLASS TO BE FORMED  A union Bible class Avill be opened  on Sunday July 25th in the church at  2:30 p.m. Subject of the International  lesson: "Moses' Request Refused," Ex.  4:29 to 0:1.  A hearty invitation is extended to  all. Come and bring your Bibles.  Teacher, R. G. Stewart.  Work is to be resumed at once on  the Yankee Girl-and Yankee Boy,  situate on Hardy mountain, about a  mile from the Ayjestern city limits. W.  J. Campbell, the present owner of the  property, arrived in the city this Aveek  from Republic, accompanied by J. S.  Bedin, Avho will act as his manager.  Mr. Campbell has since purchased a  supply of lumber for buildings at the  property. A wagon road will also be  built from the mine to the government road.���������Grand Forks Sun.  There was a splendid attendance at  the meeting Tuesday evening. Everybody" who could'tut'ned'outV The band  Avas there with a selection of music it  Avould be'hard to beat.  C. P. Dalton was voted to the chair,  Avhich he filled in a most acceptable  manner.  The following program was then  proceeded Avith:  Piano Duet The Misses Smith  "The Maple Leaf Everybody  Solo Miss Daly  Selection By the Band  Short Address A. B. S. Stanley  Solo Mr. Jack  Piano Solo Miss M. Smith  Vocal Solo Miss Avonia Jones  Selection By the Band  Address W. A. McLean  Vocal Solo Mr. Howe  Selection By the Band  Address G. P. Jones  The music Avas exceptionally good,  each number being recived Avith intense interest and prolonged applause,  but the chair allowed no encores as  the object of the meeting was to raise  a fund for the machine gun.  W. A. McLean's address avjis a masterpiece, one of those spontaneous utterances that give expression to a  man's intense feelings, it AA-as concise,  clear, effective. No man could live under it without being impressed. That  it Avas the feeling of the majority of  those present Avas evidenced by the  enthusiastic applause Avhich greeted  various expressions and eagerly awaited the next.  We shall endeavor to give a brief  synopsis of his speech. He said, He  had viewed this question from every  standpoint, he had sought, to be fair,  to judge dispassionately, he Avas prepared even to give Germany the benefit of the doubt. But there av.-is no  doubt, there was no redeeming feature  in the whole affair. It was a clear  case of preconceived, fiendish, diabolical hate, hate which could only be  satiated in blood, it was being thus  satiated, in the blood of innocent Belgians and of the Allies.  "A year ago we in Hedley were liv  ing in peace, never dreaming of such a.  thing as the present upheaval. But  Avhat ii change.- Britain came into the  fight, not for gain, not for aggression,  but because she Avas compelled to do  so. compelled by the crie*. of Belgian  Avomen and children slain by the ruthless German. ' Britain had always  stood for the right, (Cheers). Britain  ahvays Avould stand for the right, (Applause).  Canada had responded nobly, he Avas  proud to live in Canada, (Much applause). He Avished he could afford it,  he would put up the money for a gun  himself. He wished he was younger,  he would go to the front and fight.  This last statement was greeted with  so much applause that the speaker had  to AA'ait till it subsided.  We regret Ave cannot here reproduce  the Avhole speech, but no pen could  describe the flashing eye, the emphasis  the expression, they will live in the  minds of the hearers for some time to  come.  Mr. G. P. Jones referred in his address, to the meeting held on Friday  evening at the mine at which time  farewell Avas said to Charles Saunders,  Avho since left for the Old Country to  enlist.  Referring to the meeting iioav being  held he said:  "Perhaps this is an opportune time  for me to make a feAV statements as to  why this Avar is being Avaged. So, if  you Avill bear Avith me a few moments  I shall endeavor to say a few Avords on  the subject.  "Unless some permanent good comes  out of this gigantic struggle, we shall  all have failed.  "England and her allies are not fighting for acquisition of territory or  Avorld supremacy; we are fighting for  a principle, which we believe is just.  Do yon. think there'is one mother in  the whole of the British Empire, that  would give her son's life, that Ave, or  our allies may gain more land or  riches? No! surely no! Then if we  are so much against war, the question  might be asked: "Why are Ave in it?"  Continued on Pago Four. ��������� >'-. ;,-'--'���������'':'- "''��������� ���������-���������'���������- .;''''-'''  1.* '* ''���������' f-1''';--!-'-1 ��������� 'W  ' i  THE HEDIEY GAZETTE, JULY 22, 1915  Cbe IBedley Gazette  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year S-'.WI  "   (United States)  -.50  Advertising Rates  Measurement, l'i lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements���������nob exceeding one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion. 25 cents for  each .*.ubsecjucnt insertion. Over one inch,  10 cents per line for first insertion anel 5  cents pcivline for each subsequent insertion.  Transient1; payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  ������1.*25; over 1 inch anel up to i inches, SI.OO  per inch per month. To constant ael vertiners  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Certilieate of Improvements SM.OO  (Where more than one claim appears  in notice, S2.50 for each additional  claim.) v  A. B. S. STANLEY, Editor  Last <i n.ii*.  1  New Moon  1-2  |p  First quar.  Ill  Full Moon  2li  1915  JULY  1915  Sun. Mon.  Tues.Wed. Thu. Fri  Sat.  l  2  3  4       5  G       7       S  9  10  11      12  18     14     15  10  17  IS     19  20     21      22  23  24  ���������  2T)     2(5  27     28     29  30  31  present moment is appealing to  Canadians everywhere, is to  provide the very latest, best and  most efTicient typo of machine  gun for oar men that they may  be better enabled to meet the  cruel, the savage, the barbaric  attacks of the   "kultnred" Ger  man."  ������     MINING NOTES     J  W. J. Milne, of Vancouver-, has be  gun work at the Maggie mine on the  Bonaparte. This mine is tributary to  Ashcroft.���������Western Float.  Mike Merrick, Avho oaviis some e;ood  claims up the Coquahalla, is A-ery optimistic regarding the future of mining in that section, and Avill do considerable development work this season. ���������Vic tor ian.  KEREMEOS  We commend that speech of  Kaiser William's, quoted by Mr.  Jones Tuesday evening, part of  which appears in this edition,  as a cure for any pio-German  sentiment that may be floating  about the community.  Dan McBeth of Phoenix has been  appointed foreman -of the B. C.  Copper Go's Lone Star mine, Avhich  is iioav putting cjn men preparatory  to shipping ore. Shipments are made  over the 5J-mile aerial tram line to  Boundary Falls and from there to the  Greemvood Smelter by C.P.R.���������Grand  Feirks Gazette.  If you have a m.*"-1,"* of British1  Columbia that does not show  Hedley with a big circle and  capital letters throw that map  away. As a result of Tuesday  evening's meeting, hereafter  the Government of B. C. will  have to put capital letters in  the name Hedley wherever it  appears.  Items of interest reported by  the Minister of Lands, since last  week include the laying of steel  on the P. G. E. Railway to 11  miles beyond Lillooet, the starting of double shifts by the C. P.  R. tie-mill at Bull River an the  first of the month and the prospect of the early resumption of  operations by the Yahk Lumber  Company at Wasa. ��������� In the  Okanagan, four mills are operating on box contracts.  From information gathered from the  men just out of Herb lake, it is learned  that the Hedley prospectors are more  than pleased with the camp. They  have stated, it is said, that the gold  shoAvings more than realized their expectations. All of them are busy staking and prospecting the ground. There  are 11 Hedley men in'the ciump, and  they promise to advise back home  friends how good the place really is.���������  The Pas Herald.  What General Sherman said  about war, part of which is often emoted follows: "I confess  without shame that I am tired  and sick of war. Its glory is all  moonshine. Even success the  most brilliant is over dead and  mangled bodies, the anguish  and lamentations of distant  families appealing   to   me for  missing sons, husbands and fa-  thers. It is only those who have  not heard a shot nor heard the  shrieks and groans of the  wounded and lacerated, that cvy  aloud for more blood, more vengeance, more desolation. War  is hell."  Had General Sherman lived in  our time and passed through  some of the battles of the -present war he corld not better  have described dreaded war.  With this picture in view is it  not the duty of everyone ,to . do  what they can to reduce the  horrors of war to a minimum ?  One way, the way  that  at the  The Atlin district of British Columbia has the distinction now of fathering the largest pure gold nugget ever  found. The neAvs comes along the government telegraph line to Vancouver  ���������a prospector, notyet known byname  ���������found a forty-thousand-dollar lump  of gold. This is calculated from rough'  weight and represents more than tAvo  thousand ounces troy weight. This  find Avas lying loose on the hanging  Avail of a quartz vein. R. Campbell-  Johnston, mining engineer of this city,  reported the news to the Province.  To date Australia has held the banner with the "Welcome Stranger" jind  "Welcome'' nuggets, but must now  stand back for the "daddy" of them  all.  When this flush of news is authentically confirmed the effect of mining  to this province can not be calculated.  Such a new incentive Avill start British  Columbia off on a new sprint.���������Ross-  leind Miner.  In the Slocan country the mining  interests are evidently becoming more  active as witness the following notes  from the Slocan Record :,'���������.'  ��������� The Consolidated Mining and Smelting company has resumed Avork at the  OttaAva mine near Slocan City.  There is greater activity in mining  in the vicinity of Sandon than there  has been for tAvelve years. With a  dozen shipping mines and three concentrators Sandon should soon begin to hum.  This week the 'Standard mill started  running three shifts. Owing to the  C. P. R. as yet being unable to furnish  cars and barges promptly the shipments are' only tAveK'e cars weekly.  It takes tAvo days to load a barge of  six cars. If the cars Avere put in  promptly the shipments Avould average  from IS to 20 cars a Aveek. It is not  probable that the steamer Slocan Avill  be able to do this in addition to her  regular* service and also handle other  Four* mile shipments at the Silver-ton  slip and Avharf. With the large number of properties working in the vicinity of Silverton this season it is not  improbable that the shipments from  that point will reach forty and fifty  cars a  Aveek.  Several of our citizens went  down to Oroville to take in the  circus.  Mrs. Kerr, of Vancouver, is  visiting her sister, Mrs. Gibson  and family.  Miss Brown, of Ch'ewelah,  "Wash., is visiting with Mr. and  Mrs. O'Daniels.  Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Quant  spent several days on the homestead, on the Ashnola.  Mr. Petree, Mr. Smith and  Miss Vader were the guests of  Miss Winnie Manery, last Sun-,  day.'  The annual Sunday School  picnic was -held at Olalla on the  21st. Particulars in our next  issue.  Instead of the regular meeting of the Boy Scouts last .'Friday evening, they had a camp-  fire supper, and games after.  *. At the last meeting of the  Women's Institute there was a  button-hole contest, which was  won by Mrs. McCallum, Miss  Smith, second best.  Born, Sunday, July 18th, to  Mr. and Mrs. Milne, a daughter.  Mr. Milne is foreman of the' R.:  Ranch, and has only resided  in  the valley a short time.  -Last Saturday the Mattice,  Brothers, Carl Keeler and Lloyd  Armstrong Avent for a .'day's  outing, and brought back about  one hundred and twenty-five  beautiful speckled trout.  This is the glorious camping'  season, some are going, some  returning. Ashnola is the  favorite spot for campers as  both hunting and fishing are  good there at all seasons of* the  year.  On Monday, Mrs. Madore and  family, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell  and Mrs. Dundas and two  youngest children returned  from a pleasant trip at Ashnola.  Their only regret was that they  could not stay longer.  Mr. and Mrs. Hutch, of Spokane, passed through here last  Saturday, on their way by auto  to Vernon Avhere her brother  has enlisted in the army. Mrs.  Lindsay came with them this  far, where she will visit her  daughter Mrs. Tom Daly, until  their return.  Last Monday the Guthrie,  McDougall Co. came in with  five wagons and several good  work horses and mules, they  are headed for Oroville to work  on the new irrigation ditch project. They will be detained  here until Avord arrives from  Ottawa, giving them permission  to cross into Washington.  The Convenience of a  Joint Account  A JOINT Account may be opened in the  ���������**��������� names of two or more persons. Whichever one can most conveniently reach the bank  can then deposit the joint funds, or withdraw  the cash needed.    It saves time and trouble.  51  78 Years In Business.   Cap'itaf and Surplus $7,884,000.  Hedley Branch       -      -      C. P. DALTON, Manager  JOB DEPARTMENT  BBI  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF-  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk. Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards, .  Bills of Fare  Memo Heads ,  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  TRY US ������ WE GIVE SATISFACTION  J. B������ftL������  PftlNTING        ;  TAPER-WINGING  KflLSOMINING}  TERMS JnODESnTE  DALY AVE.   -   -   nEDLEY, B.G.  Independent gives an account of the  drowning:  "Mr. and Mrs. H.'H. Glover have received word from Mrs. Glover's father, W. S. French, that his son Roy  was droAvned at China Bar in the Columbia river ne.-ir Peach last Saturday. The lad Avas bathing in the  stream with a number of other boys  and evidently over exerted himself as  he had crossed the river and was on1  his way back when he disappeared  beneath the water. His body was recovered and every effort- made to restore life, but Avithout avail.  The unfortunate lad Avas about 21  yeeirs of age and had spent a great'  share of his life at the 'home of Mr.  and Mrs. Glover. His father, Mr.  French, is well knoAvn here, having  visited Mr. and Mrs. Glover several  times since their coming to Okanogan, and the many friends of the  family in this city extend their sincere sympathy.  "Jas. Harper, ofRossland, is-registered at the Grand Unionjhotel.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN -LAND DISTRICT  District'ok Yale  TAKE NOTICE that George EdAvard  Tennant, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation  Broker,  intends to apply for permission to    fjj  purchase the folloAA'ing "described lands:���������    J  ��������� Commencing at a post planted forty (40)  chains, north of the soutlnvest corner of  Indian'Reserve No/2899,-about four miles  south of the confluence of-Stirling Creek  and Similkameen River, thence eighty (80)  chains south, thence tAA-enty (20) chains  Avest, thence eighty (80) chains north,  thence twenty (20) chains east to point  of commencement, and containieig One  Hundred and Sixty Acres.  Gkorge -Edavard Tennant.  Dated-loth day of June, 1915. 25-10  NOTICE  H. C. POLLOCK STRUCK GOLD  BUT IT WAS HIS LAST PAN  FORMER HEDLEY BOY  DROWNS IN COLUMBIA  Word Avas received last Aveek that  Roy French, avIio Avas formerly etn-  ployed both at the mine and the mill,  and avIio had played ball here Avith  Hedley, avhs drowned in the Columbia  river near Peach, Wash., Avhile SAvim-  nnng.  Roy had a number of friends Avhile  here, among Avliom were W. W. Simons and the Hilliaid brothers.  The  following from the  Okanogan  The following from The Pas Herali,  New Manitoba, tells something of the  death of H. C. Pollock, recently reported in these columns: "The death  of H. C. Pollock is the first among the  prospectors of New Manitoba. His life  AA-as devoted to'mineral study, and he  has seen the pioneer life of nearly  every niining camp on the American  continent. He had great hopes of NeAV  Manitoba and it is singular that shortly prior to his taking ill at Reed lake,  he ^announced a strike of gold on one  of his claims. The stuff Avas panned  out of the Avail muck. He Avas a noted  figure among B. C. prospectors along  the boundary, w'here a great part of  his life was spent. To his bereaved  immediate connections the prospectors  of Herb lake unite in extending sympathy."  Evensong and sermon in  St.  John's  Church Sunday at S p.m.      j  Certificate of Improvements  Oregon, St: -Bernard, Winchester and  SjAVAGE Mineral.Claims, situate in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.      Where   located: \ On   Sixteen  Mile Creek.'  TAKE NOTICE that L.W. Shatford, H.  A. Turner, T. D. Pickard and F. H.  French, Free Miners' Certificates No. 93,-  216B, 93226B, 90777B, and 93217B, intend  sixty days "from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for Certificates of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above'claims.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificates of Im-  proA-ements.  Dated this 1 Hh day of June, A. D. 1915.  22-9 "    F; H. FRENCH, Agent.  ���������OTS-aiSHsjl^^   ^  Synopsis of Coal 'Mining' Regulations  pOAlj mining rights of tho Dominion, it  *-* Memitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, tho North-west Territories and in a portion of tho Province of British Columbia, may bo leased for a term of  tvvonty-ono years at an annueu rental of %\ an  aero. Not more than 2,5&J nereis-}; { be leased  to one applicant. yA " -,.  Application for aleasac'-niustbo madebvthe  applicant in person to** file Agent or Sub-Agent  or the district in vjfvhich the rights��������� applied"for  are situated. ������ *'*' *���������*-" ���������>������������������������  Iii surveyed tctfrritory the land must bo de-?-  himself.  Each amplication *^ust be accompanied bva  fee of So Avhich will \bo refunded if tho rie-ht������  applied for are notAvailable, but not otlior-.  aviso. A royalty shall Wo paid on the merchantable output of tho minc\at tlio rate of nve cont������  per ton.  The person operating the mine shall fm-tifch  tho Agent with sworn returns accounting for  tho full quantity or merchantable ' mined  and pay the royalty thereon.   I coal min"  ing rights are not being operated su returns  should be furnished at toast onco a year.  ...The looses will include tho coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may bo permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights Ai-iv  bo considered neeosnary for tbo workin������- of ii>A  mino at tho rate of $10.0(1 an acre" ���������  For full  information iipplicntion should bo  inaelo to tho Secrrtary offcho Department nf  tho Interior. Ottxxm. or o any Agent orSii?.  Agont of Domini/n Lands. *"     ��������� ol b'lb"  i XV. W. CORY,  Jbputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Uiiautipr-isM)cl publication of this advo-  tisonicnt will i-Jfc be paid for.        u'      f,.g��������� er'  l!  it  I)  > t  ) <*,  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY; 22. W15  Born.���������To Mr.  and  Mrs.   L. ii. W.  Rolls, a'daughter, on Tuesday, July 21.  H. H. Avery, the insurance man of  Princeton, was in town for a feAv days  this Aveek.  "Rough on Rats" clears out Rats,  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House. 15c.  and 25c. at Drug and Country .Stores.  Mrs. W. J. Forbes and Hugh McKenzie left Saturday for a visit at  -Green Mountain.  PflLflGE  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  HA   HKDI-EY  b. c. -  ���������;ood stock of Horses and Rigs on  land.   -IT Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Mrs. T. H. Rotherham returned from  Ymir* Friday, where she had been on  a visit to her sister.  Office of Dominion Express Gompanu.  W'OOD   FOR, SALEI  Phone 12.,       D. J.   INNIS Proprietor  It is reported that mine host of one  of our leading, hostelries is planning  on going to the front.  .  ��������� G.W. Hicks and'Stanley Pratt, Vancouver travelling men, passed through  I i ''Hedley Thursday on the way east.  ]       R. P. Brown,   H. E.  DeBeck   and  |   "Misses   DeBeck   motored -over  from  ���������Penticton and spent yesterday in town.  When  Postal Inspector Clark paid  .. Lis visit to the local office Thursday  ��������� fhe found everything in apple pie order  --and went on his way rejoicing.  H. M. Ro'sseau, one time bartender  at the Hotel Hedley, and Avho has been  :for some time in -San Francise:o,'--Ayas'  ,-.in town-visiting old friends 'yesterday,  GlioGolates!  Royal Victorias  Nyal, Patterson'  ���������and some splendid  Chocolates in bulk.  nedleuDruoS Book Store |  HcescJle-y, js. c.  SEE THAT IT IS  Made in) Canada  FLOUR TALK  \X/"ITH the present increased cost of living it is  ��������� really a serious question. If you can.get a  teAv more loaves each bake day, would you not be  prepared to at least try the flour which guarantees  this result?-OUR BEST. So why not order a sack  next time? and if you don't like it���������if it does not  suit you���������we will cheerfully refund yon tlie full  purchase price.  CREELMAN &  LYALL  "STORE OF QUALITY"  Beaver Lake Gold Fields;  Herb Lake Gold Fields  &*e**ooBoe^^ IN THE  GAZETTE  3 OF' INTEREST  TO  ������ Poultry Raisers  - The,lawu social and dance announc-,,  ed the patriotic' 'meeting will' not take  place as announced but has been post-'  poned.    Watch for- further announcement. '  Word has  been received from Rev.  G. D. Griffiths that'he'-will,be-in;Hed-  " ley  next  Sunday  and -will -conduct  evensong and service at 8 p. m.    A  good attendance is desired.  THE PAS  MANITOBA ,  ' i  ' J  ' " i  is the point of entry, and  outfitting .station for the  "GOLD FIE'trBS^of NEW  MANITOBA.  Clip this advertisement from  the "Hedley Gazette and mail  it to us today. In return Ave  Avill send you, without charge  generous samples of our'fam.  oris Chick Food and Growing  Food in order that you may  test their? wonderful values.  State name and address and  , nearest post office, also name  and address of your dealer.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch ^digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing lana, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  -Keremeos, B.C.  I am prepared to teach a limited  -number of pupils, on - the  piano and  organ.   Terms on application:   Holder  . of diplomas from the Royal. Academy  of Music and Musical College of London, Eng.   Marjory K. Smith.      -27-tf  Divine service .will be conducted in  the church on Sunday, July 25th, at  8 p.m. Subject. "The Clarion'Call and  Ohief Quest of the Hour." A hearty  invitation is extended to all. Preacher, Rev. R. G. Stewart.  H. R. Cramer-, noted for story telling  from the Alberta line to the Pacific  and then some, entertained some of  his Hedley friends Saturday. He dates  from Vancouver now, and left the'  same afternoon for Penticton.  Word has besn received that Mrs.  Brass, Avho left last week for Moose-  jaAv to visit her son, just arrived in  time to say the last farewell. He died  Frideiy on morning. Her numerous  friends in Hedley unite in expressing  condolence with her in her sad bereavement.   "  c   BEAVER   LAKE   is  reached from THE-PAS by  ��������� steamboat and road; HERB  LAKE by the Hudson Bay  Railway .and trail.  Numerous    prospectors  are   on   the   ground,.; and  many/ promising veins have  been located.    Workf;. now  progressing, is most encouraging, -both as to orcf-.body  and value <of quartz|/ The  extensive area furnishes an  ample field   for   hundreds  of prospectors.  For further information,  write���������  Secretary of  Board of Trade  THE PAS, Manitoba  The VANCOUVER MILLING ������  ������-and GRAIN-COMPANY, Ltd.- X  S . -Vancouver, ,B# C. * ������  [HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN^  HEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.,,  HEDLEY MEAT  MARKET  BIB  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  hand.    Fresh  Fish  on *  sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMQNP, Prqp.  X  ������#>  AeLlvV  IS A SPECIALTY WITH US  The following were passengers out  un Wednesday afternoon  bound for  Oroville to see Barnes' big. circus:   Mr.  and Mrs. E. D. Boeing and child, Mrs.  S. B. Hamilton and children, Mrs. J.  K.  Fraser .and  children,  E. E.   Burr  and boys.   Dr. and Mrs.-McEwen and  ���������'3';fil"'!'y <������id Miss Doris Lyall  motored  p. Oyer on T>f^r|selay.   Several residents  :; .������| KeSmeo^ and other points in the  : v Simiikameen also-���������.-ju^ited Oroville on  '���������circus'day." v.' -     .  HERB LAKE  New ManitoDa  A. T. HoisAvill, of tljfie Hedley Trading Company's staff, ljeft Tuesday with  his family for a  tij**n  days'outing at  Granite Creek arid/ Otter lake.    A. T.  toofc   his   cornet-/'away Avith  him  to  practice,   "far   from   the   maddening  throng's  ignoble strife."   All  Hedley  joins us in hoping he returns refreshed  from   his   holiday,   rejuvenated,   but  above all that he masters in the interim  the  sharps   and  flats   of   all  the  patriotic airs  in   the vast repertoire  which he took iuvayAvth him. "Music  hath  its charm   to sorfche the .savage  beast."   Wonder Iioav it',works on the  fish?  J-I AVE  You  ever considered  tlie  quality of your work  from the  standpoint of careful  type  composition  and  efficient  proofreading ?     The reputation  of this house for good printing  has   been   established  through  accuracy and  attention  to the  little details.    Send your printing here and we will do it right.  Prospectors will find  our stock complete  every line.  in  W. H. B.U-N.TING.II  The Pas,  Manitoba  HEDLEY, B.C. V  ���������������*���������(���������|p���������ftf-ij-i���������=* r-^~fsr~,S p*-rt:  ������������������'     A-'-)'.      .  -* ^~srrm������rK������*^rfj^(������ e������^.r^t^*"r*. ���������*  ' *   ' . ������ ��������� I .J     ���������r'K.T;**  ���������  < .-   v^ ' 1'     V   '. i  XT  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. JULY' 22, 1915  V ���������*���������  Hedley   and   The   Nickel  Plate  Continued fioai l'ntfo One  The lenf-on is simply this. Ave ai-e forced into it; forced to uphold Hie* honor  of the nation; and avo shall abide hy our  treaty, already made, Avhich, among  other things guaranteed the neutrality  of Belgium. We t-igned llu* paper and  like Biitisheis all the world over, will  endeavor to sIioav the Avorld th.-it our  word is our bond.  Many good things are sure to come  out of this Avicked Avar: the best of all,  peace; but avc predict that from this  time for-Avard, peace is going to lie the  most militant thing on earth, enforcing law and order Avith the high, hand  of authority, and trampling underfoot  the petty majesties who Avould ever  again try to develop great empires  upon dead bodies of poor- working men  and simple peasants.  He then read a report of a speech  ��������� made by the German Emperor at Potsdam in 100S. We -hope to give this  complete to the people of Hedley in  the near future, but for the present  Avill confine ourselves to ei feAV quotations as folloAVb:  "Yes, gentlemen, Germany over  everything in the Avorld, the_ first  power on earth, both in peace and  Avar; that is the place which I have  been ordered by God to conquer for  her, I Avhich I will conquer for her by  the help of the Almighty.  "This is my irrevocable decision.  At present AA-e are, thanks to our airships, invincible, and can carry at Avill  Avar into the enemy's own country.  It goes Avithout saying that if we want  to maintain our superiority and to use  it to the best advantage, we cannot  postpone the necessary actions much  longer. In a few years our good friend,  the enemy, may have a fleet of airships  equal, if not superior, to our own, and  where should I be then? * * * Now is  our time. The attack heis ahvays been  the best defence, and he who strikes  the first blow generally conies triumphant out of the fray. To find an  outlet for the discontent of the nation;  to nip the growing republican sentiment in the bud; to fill our treasury;  to reduce the burden of taxation; to  gain new colonies and markets for our  industries across the seas; to accomplish all this and still more, we simply  have to invade England.  '���������You do not look at all surprised,  gentlemen, and I see from the joy on  your faces that my words have found  an echo in your hearts. * * * Our plans  have been most carefully laid and prepared by our General Staff.  "Another Von Moltke will, true* to  his great name, demonstrate to the  world at large that we haye not been  resting on our laurels since 1870.and  1871. and that, as the first condition of  peace Ave have been preparing all the  time for war. The glorious deeds of  our victorious armies will, I fear not,  be again repeated if not surpassed on  the battlefields of Great Britain and  France, assuring in their ultimate con]  sequences to Germany the place due  to her at the head of nations. * * *  "Of course it is too early yet to fix  the exact date when the blow shall be  struck. But I will say this that avc  shall strike as soon as I have a sufficiently large fleet of Zeppelins at my  disposal. * * *  "Ypu will desire to knoAv how the  outbreak of hostilities will be brought  about. I can assure you on this point.  Certainly Ave shall not have to go far  to find a just cause for Avar. My army  of spies scattered over Great Britain  and France as it is over North and  South America, as well as all the other-  parts of the world, Avhere German in ���������  terests may come to a clash with a  foreign power, Avill take good care of  that. I have issued rlready some time  since secret orders that will, at the  proper moment, accomplish what Ave  desire. * * *  "Even now I rule supreme in the  United States, where almost one half  of the population is either of German  birth, or of German descent, and where  three million German voteis do my  bidding at the Pre-idential elections.  No American administration could remain in power against the will of the  German vote-rs. Avho through that admirable organization, tlie German-  American National League of the United States of America, control the destinies of the vast Republic beyond the  sea.  * *���������In short, the overland route to  India���������will become our property, and  the German flag will Avave over the  holy shrines of Jerusalem.  "But to obtain this avc must first  crush England and France. The Avar  will be short, sharp and decisive. After the destruction of the English fleet  through our Zeppelins, Ave shall meet  with no serious resistance in the British Isles, and can, therefore, march  with nearly our whole strength into  France. Shall Ave respect the neutrality of Holland ? Under the glorious  Emperor, Charles V., both Holland  find Belgium formed part of the German Empire, and this they are this  time to become again.  J * With Great Britain and France  in the dust, with Russia and the United States at my mercy, I shall set a  neAV course to the destinies of the  world���������a course that will ensure to  Germany for all times to come the  leading part among' the nations of the  globe. That accomplished I shall  unite all the people of the white race  in a powerful alliance for the purpose  of coping, under German guidance,  ���������with the yellow peril, which is becoming more formidable with every year.  Then���������;is now���������it must be 'Germans  to the front!' "  Mr. Jones then read a quotation  from a pamphlet written by Prof.  Church, president of the Carnegie Institute, of New York, dealing with the  seizure by Austria, of the provinces of  Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1908, the  murder of the Crown Prince of Austria  in 1914, Austria's degrading ultimatum  and Servia's attitude. The quotation  concludes: "In this transaction Servia  showed a disposition towards preparation and towards peace, which the  civilized world" has been trying for  many years to inculcate into the foreign relations of all nations. Servia  had just passed through tAvo Avars and  her strength Avas exhausted. But  Austria, conscious all the time that  good faith would have enabled her to  reach an agreement in a conversation  of thirty minutes, was resolved to  make war, and in this resolve the German Emperor and the military party  in Germany upheld her, as candidly  achnowledged in their official declarations."  The speaker went on to say:  "Sir Edward Grey was fully aware  that this Avar like move on the part of  Austria-Hungary against Servia Avould  bring Russia into the question, and  might draAV Germany in as an ally.  So on the 24th of July he proposed a  conference betAveen Germany, Italy,  Prance and England, so that peaceable  arrangements could be made in the  event of the relations between Austria  and Russia becoming threatening.  "Summed up, the reply from Germany AA-as: "Your proposition is not  practicable."  "Was Germany anxious tp avoid  war? We shall ask you to weigh the  evidence and decide for yourselves.  "Ladies and Gentlemen, Comrades,  We are in this fight for right, unci if  it takes.every last man, we shall fight  to the last and Ave shall surely Avin,  but to do this each one must help."  Needless to say, this address brought  forth a tremendous burst of applause,  and it was with difficulty the chairman  could make himself heard.  The lists were then presented to the  meeting and in a very feAV minutes the  chairman annountcd that enough had  been subscribed to purchase another  machine gun.  "Those present arose and joined most  heartily in singing "God Save the  King."  Since  that meeting  the committee |  has succeeded in raising another $1000  so that Hedley Avill send tAvo* machine  ginih in addition to the one sent by the  miners up at the Nickel Plate.  Arrangements have already been  made for their purchase* and they Avill  be suitably engreeved, showing the  name of tho toAvn and the mine respectively, as donors  Medley's Toiisorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  BATHS  IN CONNECTION  R. HILLIARD   =   Prop.  KEREMEOS-PEniOTOIv*  ROYALMAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves  on  arrival  of 9.30  and 4 o clock trains.  Baggeige arranged for. '  TWEDDLE'S, AUTO    STAGE  Cms Cail at all HotoU  TBE NEWSPAPER  IS THE NATIONAL  SHOW WINDOW  By HOLLAND.  rOD often stop and look in  show windows,don'tyou?  You may not need any of the  goods" on display, but you  stop and look, and you feet  that the time is not wasted  because you have learned  something.  There is another show window that is available every  day, a show window that constantly changes and which  you can look into without  standing on the street That  show window Is the newspaper.  Merchants and manufacturers use our advertising columns issue after issue to  show you their goods and to  tell you of their merits. The  newest things are pictured  and described.  Don't neglect this s"bow  window. It is intended for  your use. It offers you a  chance to gain valuable  knowledge. You wrong yourself if you don't  READ THE  ADVERTISEMENTS  Inhere Are  Your Interests  1F Are they in this community ?  IT Are they among the  people with whom you  associate ?  IF Are ' they with the  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  business ? .  If so, you want to know what is happening in this community. Y'ou want  to know the goings and co*nings of  the people with whom you associate,  the. little .news items of your neighbors  and friends���������noAvndon't you?  That is what.this paper gives you  in every issue. It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the interests of this  toAvn. Is your name on our subscription lists? If not you owe it  to yourself to see that it is put  there.   To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  Full stock on hand of���������  "MASON" &  "SCHRAM"  Fruit Sealers  -DaBi-ia-*aramBMBBBaBnaBBHatiB--c-^BnHH-i  ' ��������� -__,���������1__ ALSO -'''.v..'.  -  Extra Tops and Rubbers  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Hedley Traflino 60. ltd  ' \  the pleasure of life in  your country home,  this summer, with a  Vidtor-Vidtrola.  There is nothing that will so fill the  summer days and evenings with  pleasure and enjoyment as the music  of the Virftor-Vicftrola.  And it's, such inexpensive pleasure,  too���������with Vidlrolas from $21 to $305  and Vidtor Records at 90c for ten inch,  double-sided. A few dollars down  will put a Vidbrola and an assortment  of Vidtor Records (your own choice)  in your home, today, and' a small  amount each week will keep them  there. Ask us about our easy-payment  plan.  Vidlrola VI     $33.50  With 15 ten-inch double-sided Victor Records   (3D  seleeftfoas.  your own choice) $47.00 fi*  Sold on easy terms, if dsesired.  Other Victrolas from $2.1.00 to *$|305 (on easy  payments, if desired) and ten-inch,? double-sided  Victor Records at 90c for the twc\ selections at  any "His Master's Voice" dealer's in aVny town or  city in Canada. Write for free copy off our 450-  page Musical Encyclopedia listing ovchr 6000  Victor Records.  BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO.  ���������      LIMITED  Lenoir  Street,  Montreal  DEALERS IN EVERY TOVN AND CITY  Vidor Records���������Made in Canada���������Pafronize Home Produdls  . 4!B>*"f*������5  i  ��������� i  m  1  if  T (J

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