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 ' '       ' I       n  '<���������"  be 1HecUe$  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1910.  Number 21.  I  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in Vancouver.]  S. 0.-L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister,   Solicitor,  -Notary Public; Etc.  Murk Block  PENTICTON,   '  -.     ���������  B. C.  Geo. H. Broughton  B.C. & D.L.S., Graduate S.P.S' ���������  Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor  Now at Princeton  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Kutos.Moderate. .  -        '    "   .' '        ' * \ ' '    ��������� '  A. Baknks, Prop.       Penticton-, .B.C.  A. MEGRAW  ' ' V    NOTARY   PUBLIC ":  Conveyancer,  Real "Estate. ��������� Mine*)?--  Crown   Grants   Applied'For  Under Land Act and  ���������'���������i.      '���������   ���������      Mineral Act,   . . ���������  ���������  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada.  :'Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  , Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire.Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co. '.  United Wireless Telegraph Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Bast Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  HEDLEY BARBER SHOP  Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  HAIR   CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  !TGI"y REGULAR monthly meetings of  k *** Hedley Lodge No. -13, A. F. & A. M.,  are hold on tlie second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  W.J.FORBES p. D.BARNES,  W. M Secretary  K. A. C. 8TUDD  HAROLD  MAV'XK DALY  STUDD & DALY,  ' Members Vancouver Stock Exchange  Real Estate, Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  738 Hastings Street W.  I Opposite New Post Oflice  | P. O. BOX fX)(i  ;  Vancouver, - - B. C.  j K. H. BOGERS,  ! M.A., B.O.L.  j BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  * NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  JflS. GLflRKI  Watchmaker     -  HEDLtBY, B. G,  Clocks and Watches for Sale. -.   : ;  THE WATER SUPPLY QUESTION  Pipe Line  Fully '.Decided Upon���������To be  Connected up with Town   System  The wise policy of fully considering  ���������i plun before going too far. towards  execution of the same has been demonstrated in the final decision arrived at  for supplying the works of the Hedley  "Gold Mining   Co.  with an alternate  water supply for the batteries, boilers,  vanners and cyanide tanks independently of the flume.  " Tlie original proposition as  undes-  stood was that of a pumping system  down at the. river which in addition  to a sonjewhnt heavy initial cost for  installation ' meant   also a very considerable, fixed cost of operating, with  the alternative of a ten inch pipe line  up the creek for a distance of 7000 ",'ft.  to deliver the water in the mill.a little  above the  battery floor.,. This latter  looked to figure out a little heavier in-  itial expense than tbe pumping system  but a very great saving in subsequent  operating cost, and for a* time it appeared that the pumping plant would  be the one chosen.   Mr. ..Tones,  how-  ever-, kept his thinking cap on all the  while and hit upon still another alternative which was  that of making  the present,town system fit in as part  of the, scheme, which meant a big saving in cost of installation.  The plan is to run a pipe line up the  creek'' 3000' feet' ' above' the Highest'  point now served by the town system  with its four inch ��������� mains. By going  that far up,the water can be delivered  o,n the^yanner floor of the mill and at  a point in'the town about 15 feet higher than'the roof of the hospital.  The water will be taken from the  creek into an 8 inch pipe for a distance  of'lOOO'feet then reduced to a six inch  for another 1000 ft; then' to a 5 inch  before reaching the town four inch  ''main.;  \ f- .r; . ��������� ������������������"' *���������--  This solution of the difficulty'is a  particularly fortunate One for both  the company and the town.  , ;"Vyi,th so effective a system as this  will give, can it be possible that the  town will tempt Providence any far-  ther by remaining longer without hose  ah'd hydrants for fire protection..  BUY COAL LANDS  Spokane. Syndicate Purchases a  Tract Above Princeton.  Large  PRINCETON, May 25���������The largest  single transaction in coal lands, near  Princeton was recently accomplished  at Spokane, 12,200 acres en bloc being  transferred. Andrew Laidlaw, representing a strong company, including  the multi-millionaire tobacco manufacturer, c.T. Macdonald of Montreal,  with Vancouver and Spokane capital,  acquired the Lands, the price being yet  unknown to the public.  The major portion of the lands are  those formerly held by the B. C. Colliery company, near Princeton; the  Idaho Coal company, and certain of  the claims .held by C. O. French and  J. B. .Wood. The lands are handily  situated for working purposes. It is  said that the company will begin shipping as soon as possible. ��������� Mr. Laidlaw  is expected to arrive in Princeton  shortly, when, no doubt, a more defi  nite statement of the company's intentions will be forthcoming.  MACHINERY ARRIVING  Two  Boilers For the New Steam Plant  to Hand���������Other Expected in a  Few Days  OUTPUT, OF pUR FORESTS  Statistics Compiled by Forestry Branch,  '��������� '    v ��������� ��������� -'.Dept.*' of-the Interior  HAS COME A TRIFLE LATE  United States Advocates of  Reciprocal  .,   '-Trade Relations Not Meeting the  ",'..������������������"-.'������������������-'> Responsive Chord They   "'-'"  Hoped For. .  .  Vernon, B. C.  . It is a rude awakening for the people  of the United States, after nursing the  delusion that Canada was to. be an  eternal suppliant for reciprocal-trade  between the,countries to now 'find out  that Canada is disposed to turn as deaf  an ear to the proposition as. they'themselves' did all the years that Canada  wanted it. The following news despatch, however, tells its tale:      .  Boston, Mass., May 24.���������"The movement in the United States for reciprocity with Canada will not, in my opinion, touch a responsive, chord in the  heart of the Canadian electorate." said  Mr. J. Bbuglas Hazen, premier of New  Brunswick,-' sit the annual Victoria  Day banquet of the Colonial club tonight.  Premier Hazen declared that Canada  has developed her British market so  enormously and has become so imbued  with thu idea of imperial preference  that there is now, in the Dominion,  little sentiment for reciprocity with  tbe United Stales.  "Twenty years ago both Canadian  parties declared for reciprocity: today,  if a cabinet member did so, he could  not remain in office five years," Mr.  Hazen said.  Alfred 13. Morine, former attorney-  general and minister of finance of the  province of Newfoundland, said that  Canada, which dreams of becoming a  great nation, would insist on being  treated hv the United States on terms  of equality. Mr. Morine resented Congressman Eugene Foss' well-meant declaration that the attitude of the United States towards the Dominion ought  to be that of fin elder brother towards  a young sister.  K. C. BROWN  BARRISTKR and SOLICITOR  NOTARY l'Ul'LIC. Etc.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  The Forestry Branch of the Dept.  of the Interior has just issued its.  eighth bulletin, entitled "Forest Pro  ducts of Canada. 1908." This . gives  the result of the first year's; work by  the Branch in the collection, of statistics regarding the annual production  inC'inada .of lum bery pulpwood, poles  and other wood products. The figures  have been compiled by Messrs H. R;  MacMillan and G. A Cutches.  These statistics have been compiled  from answers to circulars sent out by  the branch to' manufacturers' in the  different ' wood-workiri?    industries.  While if is riot claimed that they cire  -'��������� ��������� ,.   -������       - ���������  complete, yet the figures they give  seem to be' the most comprehensive  yet published. The work -was new,  both tothemanufacturers and to the  officials of��������� the forestry branch, and  mistakes have no dodbt occurred in it.  The work.is to be continued, however  and increasing familiarity with the  work both On the part of the manufacturers and on that of the branch  will doubtless bring about greater accuracy au'd' 'completeness in the returns.   '  The total value of the production  of. lumber, lath,, shingles, cross-ties,  poles and pulp-wood during the year  was $67,425,044.  The production.of sawn lumber is  shown by the figures to be in the  neighborhood of 3,348,176,000 ft.,  board measure, per annum valued at  $54,338,036. In this Ontario leads  with a production of 1,294.794,000 ft.  valued at $24,398,077, Quebec being  second with 090,135,000 ft., worth  $9,107,186. The other provinces rank  in the following order:��������� N. B. 308,-  400,000 ft; valued at $4,081,402, N. S.,  216,825,000 ft of the value of $2,873,730;  Saskatchewan, 91,160,000 ft, valued at  $1,576,820; Manitoba 50,477.000 ft. valued at $807,909, Alberta, 41,3S2,00O ft.  valued at $593,214. The total production of pulp-wood is 363,079 tons  made from 482,777 cords of wood and  valued at  $2,931,653.  SHINGLES  B. C easily leads in the production  of shingles, producing 724,652,000 of  the value of $1,391,390. Its nearest  competitor is Quebec, which produces  406,440,000, valued at $S49,7S7, and  then follow in their order Ontario,  with a production of 223.531,000 valued  at $401,155, N. B., 109,91.3,000, worth  $325,865; N. S., making 33,141,000  valued at $69,370; Manitoba, turning  out 1,125,000. worth $3,150, and Sask.,  which produces 592,000, valued at $1,  363.  The total production for the Dominion was 1,490,396,000 shingles, the  aggregate value-of which was $3,101,-  997.  The total number of laths manufactured was 1571,582,000, of the value  of $1,487,125.  The first of the new orders of plant  for the Hedley Gold Mining Co. came  to hand last week when two boilers of  150 horse power each arrived at the  station, the third to complete the battery being on the way in. These three  monster boilers added to the three already in the boiler house will give a  boiler capacity. of some 700 horse  power.  It was no light matter to. unload,  them from the cars and transport  them to the works but this was completed by Monday of this week.  A good deal of the null machinery is  also on the "."/ay and from this out  constant arrivals of machinery may  be expected until the plant is all on  hand.  ��������� Much of it- will be very heavy stuff���������  notably the tube mill���������but they are  pretty well equipped for the handling  of heavy pieces' and1 little trouble will  be experienced in getting it all to place.  The excavation work is pretty well  finished for additional room to accommodate the new machinery and from  now ,on the work of installing the  plant will be a feature of the summer's  work, for it is hoped that by the beginning of September most of it will  be in place and the plant for the first  time will hail the appproach of winter  without any misgivings.  SOMETHING DOING IN  SIMILKAMEEN  L. W.  Shatford,  M. P. P.  Tells Coast  Papers What is Going on in this'  Portion of Province.  BRITISH  COLUMBIA GROWS  Population - of This- Province has nearly  ��������� Doubled in Five Years.  - British Columbia's remarkable industrial and commercial expansion is  'given'latest expression in!a volume of  1623_ pages, the first B. C: Gazetteer  and -"-Business Directory which the  .Henderson, Publishing Company has  issued in five years.    ,       ,'  In 1905 when the company issued  its last Gazetteer, the twelfth edition,  a volume of 782 pages wiis sufficient  to coyerv the commercial and industrial province of that year.  In that issue 700 municipalities', villages, towns and cities were described.  In 19101 these, have increased to 1340.  The population of the province is  shownto have nearly -doubled within  nine years. In 1901 it was 190,000.  The ne.w. issue places it at 347,000 at  the close of hist year���������white population 280,000, Indians 29.000, Chinese  17,000, Japanese 16,000 'and Hindus  5000.  "The- trade of British. Columbia,"  says this issue, "is the largest of any  country in the world per head of population. In 1904 the imports amounted to $12,079,088 while the exports  totalled $16,536,32S For the fiscal  year ending March 31st, 1908, the imports were $24,180,452, and the exports $23,941,187,' an increase in the  total trade of the province in four-  years of $19,506,223."  Every industry is shown to be in a  flourishing state.  Vancouver is growing so fast that  the company has not attem pted to record its population in this business  directory.  The following interview with L. W.  Shatford appeared in a recent issue of  the News-Advertiser:  "Present prospects indicate that  there will be a large crop of fruit of all  kinds in the Okanagan and tbe Similkameen this season,',' was the statement made yesterday to the News  Advertiser bv Mr. .L. W. Shatford,  M. P. P., of Penticton, who is in the  city. "No damage was done the trees  during, the winter, such as there was  a year ago, and the spring weather  has been very favorable. With a big  crop and good grices; for l he demand  is always such that the market pays  well for the fruit from tlie Okanagan  and the Similkameen^it will help the  interior along to greater progress.  "Every year now an increasingly  large acreage is coming into bearing,  and not any too soon, for last year  many orders for fruit had to be turned  down, simply because they could not  be filled.- Last year, though, the crop  of apples and peaches was short, but  even with a bumper harvest this year  there will not be any more than  enough to meet the demands. While  the fruit-bearing acreage is steadily  increasing, so, are the markets, and  the action, .taken by the provincial  government to keep the growers in  direct and close touch with the buying  districts east of the mountains will be  of great service and will be appreciated. It is pleasing to note, too, that-  each year large number of trees are  being planted, so that in a few years  the industry will have expanded enormously. The interior is not booming,  but it is progressing-rapidly and  steadily.  "It is beginning to look as if Similkameen and other districts will soon  have transportation facilities. The  line from Princeton to Otter Flat is  being built by the Great Northern,  while the fifty-mile-stretch from Oroville to Penticton is. being surveyed.  Tha Kettle Valley line is being proceeded with from Merritt to Penticton  and Princeton, and when this service  is instituted it would mean that the  time occupied in getting from Penticton.to Vancouver will be only about  fifteen hours. At present it takes  thirty hours to make the trip so that  the time will be cut in half."  MUST START SOON  Kettle Valley Company's Agreement Calls  for Early Commencement.  WHO WILL SUCCEED   LAURIER  Present   Liberal  Leader  Contemplating  Retirement���������Party Discussing the  Question of the Next Leader  Ottawa, May 27th.���������A good  deal of  gossip is going about  in a quiet  way  as to the  future of the  Liberal party.  It is  becoming clear  that Sir Wilfrid  Laurier is approaching the  end of his  tenure of  the Premiership.    He made  the contest of 190S on the plea that it  was to  bo his last, and   the  Liberals,  while keeping sedulously silent on the  subject, are making quiet preparations  for  his  retirement,     With   many of  them  these preparations are   taking  the form  of anxious efforts to get under  the  cover of some good  job.    In  part,   however,   they   are  taking  the  form  of   a   study  of  the succession.  Who is to be the leader after Laurier?  One name which   is heard a great deal  is that of Sir Loiner Gouin.     Quebec  support, the Quebec Liberals argue, is  the back bone of the Liberal party;  j therefore Quebec  must nominate the  leader, That is the present stage of  I the subject.  By July 10th construction work will  be started on the Kettle Valley line,  the 250-mile railway to be built between Midway and Mettitt. Tenders  for construction have been in the  hands of Mr. J. J. Warren, president  of the company, for about two months  but no contracts have yet been awarded. Recently Mr. Warren was in Penticton, and his early arrival on the  coast is looked for.  By its agreement with the Government of British Columbia���������an agreement ratified by the legislature at its  last session, and involving the granting of a subsidy of $750,000 towards  the cost of construction���������the company undertook to start work within  four months of the date of the passage  of the bill of ratification. The bill was  assented to on March 10, so that actual  work must be commenced by July 10.  The Eckhardt Swiss Hand Bell Ring  ers have just given their fine program  at New Port,   Vt., under  the auspices  of our Epworth  League and   it is the  unanimous testimony of all who heard  them that they  had given us the best  and  highest grade entertainment we  have ever had.    Their programme is  unique?, varied,  wonderful  and above  all high  grade and   pure in  character  and  influence.    Everybody is sure to  be pleased and profited.  They are also  people of ability and character, whom  itisaloyal  pleasure to  entertain and  endorse.    I am glad to'give them this  unsolicited    endorsement,    but   their  best endorsement is  their entertainment.    It wins favor and success.  REV. W. O. NEWELL,  Pastor of the Methodist Church,  New Port, Vt... . *l  THE   HEDLEY GAZETTE, \1 UNE 2, 1910.  and, ..... ,      *fy   ���������;'������<  Similkameen Advertiser.       ���������.<':  ssuecl on Thursdays, by the .IIk'oi.kv G azic'itu  PHINTING AND I'Clll.r.SHlNli COMPANV.;-:  IjI.mitkj).  iit. Hedlev. B.,(V  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year .'....... Si.'.Of,  ",( United States)  '-'.50  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines .to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of improvement, etc.  ������7.00 for 00-day notices, and $3.00 for 30-dny-  notices.  Advertisements will be changed once every  mouth if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftciier'thau once a month  the   price of'composition  will  be charged at  regular rates. - . .     '  Cliaiigcs for contract advertisonients should  bo in the oflico by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  A. MEGRAW, Managing h-ditor.  NOTICE  .->������'.���������.SIM'jLICAMFK^; L'AXO ni^TRICT.')<  ''':'.        '".'���������.        '������������������.--'ilS'TUlCT', Ot*   YaIiK/V"'- >  Full Moon  22  Last quar.  29.  1910  New Moon  First quar.  II.  JUNE  1910  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  1  2  3  4  5  6  7'.  S  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  IS  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  FEDERALISM  vs.  SEPARATISM  A phase  of tin*  Irish  question that  is beginning to   attract a great.deal of  attention and to command the. respect  of the  better class is  the  movement  led by William-O'Brien and supported  bv Healy with    others  of  the  more  moderate and reasonable -men among  the Irish representatives in the British  parliament. Briefly stated.the O'Brien  scheme for remodellingthe. constitution so as to give Ireland a measure of  autonomy    that  would    be at   once  healthy and sane is to  adopt a system  of federalism  as opposed to the Rod-  mondite  doctrine of nationalistic separation.    O'Brien  is not an   extremist  and has only  the best  interests'of his  country at  heart���������at least  as he  sees  it.    Furthermore he   has  the experience of Canada, the United States and  others of the most progressive governments and  peoples in the   world as an  example  of how   the federal principle  has worked out  in practice and under  all manner of varying circumstances,  for  while  all  of  them  recognize  the  federal  principle no'two of them are  exactly  alike,   and  thus they are enabled to  see the working of the. principle with the greatest possible variety  of detail.    Canada's constitution, however, seems to he the one that O'Brien  favors  and   he   wants   to  see   Ire-land  with the  -status  of a   Canadian   province'having a legislature,  other own  and   bearing the  same relation  to the  Imperial   parliament of Great Britain  which a- Canadian province, does to the  central or federal authority at Ottawa.  Such'a policv  is constructive and patriotic as distinguished   from the offensive    separatist    propaganda    of   the  Redinimdites.     It is  a strange thing  indeed   that   Britain   the mother   of  niodei-n   parliaments  should   cling  to  the archaism   of having a  body  like  the.    Imperial    parliament    wrestling  with   details of domestic government  that are   in no sense more   national or  imperial   in their  bearing   than many  of the   things that in this country are  considered   i.nkii.v dig for  even a provincial legislature to deal with but are  left  to  our  county  councils  or other  municipal    authority,    and   that  the  same archaism is being perpetuated in  the constitution   of the new confederacy of South Africa in   which the former governmental units of Cape Colony.   Natal,   the  Orange   River   Free  State and   the Transvaal  are  not to  have   legislatures of  their own but all  have their domestic  as well as foreign  affairs  legulated by   the (me central  parliament.  O'Brien's plan would give  to   England,    Ireland,    Scotland    and  Wales each a legislature  of its own to  deal with its own domestic affairs and  leave   matters of   imperial import  for*  the    Imperial    parliament.      If Irish  home rule will take the form indicated  by.a  proposal of  that kind there will  be lots of Irish home rule sympathisers  in  Canada.  TPAK-R notice'tliaf John IVMcCuddy.of Fnir-  '-"- view, occupation, Farmer, intends to  apply for permission to lease the following described [and:���������  .Commencing -ita'post planted at the south  east, corner of Lot Ofi!', Group-I. Osoyoos, thence  south 10 chains; thence west SO chains; tlience  north -ill chains,, thence cast SO chains to the  point of commencement, and containing ',120  acres, more or less,  .JOHN P. McCUPdlY  March Kith. 1010  12-10  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  CZAR FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, situate  in tlie Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: Camp Hedley  TAKE NOTICE that T, Ainslcy Megraw, F.  x M. C. B!l(ilS2, agent for F. H. French. F. M.  C. H'KilSG and George Cahill,: F. M. C. l������l(>17i),  intend, sixty days from date -hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above.claim.  And further, take notice that action, under  sectton 87, must be commenced before tho is1  suance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated this twenty-seventh day of April A.D.  1010. . , 10-10   .- , ,   .  AINSLEY MEGRAW,'.  agent for F. H. French and Geo. Cahill  the   ,/f;  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ���������Jr ��������� #      . # * X  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and--First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  74 Years in Business.  Tak i ngc Care  of TVtoriey  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  ~ is our business. Your account is welcome whether  it is large or small.    A Sav-  Try  ������v\VVOK!!k  Vkftoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  WANTED  T7*IR TIES and LAGGING.  r       Office. .  ,      .  Particulars  at  Dalv Kecic.ction Co.  FURNISHED   HOUSE FOR   SALE  T-HE UNDERSIGNED will sell his residence  -*��������� ������������������    on Daly Avenue.. Hedley, now occupied  by If. McDiarmid.-  -Apply to  J. G. CORRIGAN  PflLfl6E>  Livery, Feed & Sale.Stables  HKDLEY   11. C.  MA. good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  ings Account can /be opened with��������� $1.00 and added to at  your convenience.  You will be surprised to' see how the balance mounts  up when Interest is compounded.  Hedley  Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  ������l*lftl'&feir$-*#.������ut'j'>*j*&^  tt g  I What Makes the Most Bread and the ������  at Best Bread ������  I        PURITY FLOUR |  *  SOLD BY *  NOTICE  AJOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  ���������I\���������������������������'after datel, George .Wellwood, of West-  bridge, B. C intends to apply to the superintendent of provincial police, F. S. Hussoy, of  Victoria, for a- retail liquor licence for the  Hotel,-located at Wcstbridge,  '"GEORGE WELLWOOD  Wcstbridge. May 23rd, 1909    * 14-4  ,-. Office'of Dominion Express Gompanij.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!.  Phone 14.        INNIS BROS. Proprietors.  Purity Rolled Oats  Purity Whole Wheat Flour  Purity Graham Flour  Purity Yellow Cornmeal  Purity While Cornmeal  Purity Standard Oatmeal  Best  Results on Baking Days  from Using All of These.  You cannot know the  best about typewriters  till you know the Best  Typewriters  THE MONARCH  Made in Ten Styles  Tlie Monarch Typewriter  Company, Ltd.  89 King Street West, Toronto.  A. MEGRAW, local Agent  When   writing     Advertisers  Mention the Gazette.  fl.J. KING & GO.  The Butchers, Hedley  ���������������������������  We do not belong to the  Beef Trust nor are  we  wholly opposed to Vegetarianism,   consequently,.  we keep on hand  Choice Meats  of all kinds and the necessary . Vegetables to go  with them.  at  I  K  i  at  at  i  at  J. A. SCHUBERT, hedley.  GIVE US YOUR. ORDERS  Phone No. 4.  ft. J.  *  Please  Just Published  Webster's: MEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary,  (G. & C. Merriatu Co., Springfield, Man.)  surpasses the old International as much as that  book exceeded its predecessor. ,0n. the old  foundation a new superstructure has been built.  The reconstruction has been carried on through  many years by a large force of trained workers,  under the supervision of Dr..W. T. Harris,  former United States Commissioner of Education, and ree'nf orccd by many eminent specialists. The definitions hare been rearranged and  amplified. The number of terms defined has  been more than doubled. The etymology,  synonyms, pronunciation, have received unsparing scholarly labor. The language of  English literature for over seven centuries, the  terminology of the arts and sciences, and the  every-day speech of street, shop, and household, are presented with fullness and clearness.  In size of vocabulary, in richness of general  information, and in convenience of consultation, the book sets a new mark in lexicography.  400,000 words and phrases.  6000 illustrations.  2700 pages.  i  t  I  at  j*  as  at  K  | Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, and I  Poultry. J  Also Vegetables and Other Accessories *  ALWAYS    GOOD   AND    FRESH  THE MEAT YOU GET FROM  EDMONDS, THE BUTCHER  *:rti'&''ts-*.t'������-������*^^  Write to tbe publiibert for Specimen Paget.  I  The Victor and Berliner Gramophones  I Stand Alone  sac  i*|      With a Victor or Berliner Gramophone you will have  the world's best music, interpreted by the world's  greatest artists, always at your command.  Sold on easy payments if desired.  ''��������� ^&      NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORDS-90c. for the two.   ^p|  N^lj-j,        Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record.      J^ ^���������-���������'':  \a/e h/\ve: money  to invest in any sound proposition.  Timber, CoaJ or  ��������� Agricultural Lands  Make a clear sketch and write fully in your firs.t letter if you  want ii definite answer.  Western Canada Investment Co.  Suite4SFIack.St  Vancouver, B. C  Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., -Limited  Montreal. ^  Agents Wanted Everywhere. .,\\\SS^  ~    00^  For Sale by  LOUIS  C   ROLLS   ������&���������   CO.  Hedley O. C  No IRreig'Ht - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  DYKE, EVANS &b CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JUNE 2, 1910.  |  Hi  Town and District.  Ruth Bowerniap, of OroviUe,, is vis  .itihglie^aunti; ''''Mrs' E.D. Boeipg.   ���������������������������.;���������_  . Mrs. Marlow, of Prihcetpn, spent a  fow days'at the end of'last week, the  guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Spioule.  Lightning struck' the Greenwood  hospital last week and set the roof  afire. The blaze was extinguished he-  fore much harm was done.  If'is generally conceded to-be an expensive habit, hut if you must do it,  v why not smoke an Estiino Cigar and  get the worth of your money.  ��������� Many of tlie old residents of tlie'district will legietto hear of the death  oi'3Ii<- Coryell, mother of J. A. and  Frank Coryell, which took place at  Grand Forks Ia*.l week.  Miss AVilliamsariived from England,  on Tuesday to reside with her hi other  E. II. Williams, of the Tiedley Gold  Mining company's stall". He has taken  Mis. Greenhill's Iiouse in the eastern  addition.  L. Reinecke is already in the field  for this season's work of the Geological Survey. He will work on the west  Fork of Kettle liver, while Mr. Cam-  sell will come back to finish up the  work he was doing up the Tulameen  and is expected in this week.  W. J. Forbes left on Monday for the  noith country on a pio'-pectins: tour.  He expected to meet his oldpaitner  W. D. McMillan at Ashcroft and together in company with some others  from Vancouver they intended to  strike north and try their luck.  ' W. Arthur Battye, pianoforte timer,'  is coming to Hedley about June 10th.  to do regulating, voicing and repairing of pianola and player; r pianos,  Heinzman,' Bell, Steinway. Mason &  Risch, Gourley, Karn, Williams, etc.  Now that the railway is in enabling  him to travel cheaper he is able to  make lower fees for tuning than formerly.  . Percy French, of Vernon, who has.  spent several years at the Agricultural,  College, at Guelph. Ont. has been appointed by the Ontario Government  fruit inspector for Northumberland  County in that province, which is evidence of the progress lie.has made. lie'  is a brother of our townsman F. H.  French. The Gazette congradulates  him on the appointment;   -  While Hedley golfers are making  fair progress at the game, they.realize  on reading reports of scoring in old  golfing centres, ,that they are. as yet  the merest tyros in the game. "Fancy  seven'Iadies in Victoria, B. C." playing  ' a match acrainst a team of seven officers from the garrison, all of whom,  were oldexperienced players and beat-"  them. The match also was a 36 hole  match and yet most of our hidy players think they have performed a  physical feat of some importance when  they go one round of our course of  seven holes and the men a double  round of 14 holes.  A baseball team went from Hedley  to play the Princetonians on Sunday  last and judging from the score which  was said to be? 26 to 13 in favor of  Princeton at the end of the game it is  quite evident that Princeton played  . with Hedley. The; hardest thing to  understand about it is how that Hedley bunch .managed to chase themselves around there for 13 runs. Whether it is sinful to play ball'on Sunday  or not may be a question for moralists  to thrash out, but little doubt can remain that that class of ball might be  deemed a sin any day in the week.  The small attendance of Hedleyites  at the. Victoria Day Celebration in  Keremeos last week was no fault of  the people of Hedley, AH were depending on the trains running as they  had been doing for a couple of weeks  before���������going down in the morning  and returning the same evening���������and  no one was prepared for tho sudden  ���������change. When they a I tempted to get  rigs it way found that the livery  stables had been fooled in the same  manner and were not prepared to supply rigs for those who tried to get  them. Those who did drive down had  to go borrowing horses fiom the  Chinese and Indians.  United Wireless stock is now $50,  the raise having taken effect yesterday  morning. A few days ago a loud  mouthed gam. was entertaining a few  listeners in one of the hotels damning  wireless stock and Vancouver real  estate which he said was the cause of  money being scarce in town. Most of  the holders of wireless stock in Hedley got their stock at from $20 to $25  per sli'.ire and now it is $50; there are  also not a few.who can count their  gains in Vancouver real estate at 100  per cent. These can affoid to smile  good-naturedly at the gam's imprecations and are not disturbed it' the  gam. should go threadbare or have to  go to work and try to earn an honest  Jiving like the rest of us.  For ghoulish coarseness in its,ex-;  priissibri . .iof J .disloyal,..sentiment ..the  article in last week's Penticton Press  headed ''MocHWi'Loy'iH  Mourning" was^the limit. In it tile  Canadian, press : arid..< the ..Canadian  people are given ,Vi calling down for  expressing sorrow at the death of  King Edward.. If that is the sentiment of its editor towards monarchical institutions arid a monarchical  form of government then his place is  across the. line .������������������.mong the tail-twisters.  Many a community has resorted to  violence.before to-day by way of protest against sentiments not one quarter as rank. L.VTEB���������Word has reached us fiom Penticton that an outraged community has expressed its disapproval thiough the cluck pond, and  that several citizens are summoned'to  appear on a ch.uge of assault.  .We weie in error last week in saying that it was a Stone & Wellington  shipment of fruit trees consigned for  Hedley that had been destroyed by  the express agent at Keiemeos. It  appears now that the trees destioyed  were some that were shipped from  Oroville. The Stone & Wellington  shipment came later from the fumigation station at the coast but were in  such bad shape that none heie to  whom they weie shipped were justified in accepting them for they weie  about as diy and lifeless as last yeai's  primings. "Whoever is to blame for  this we are not piepated to say and it  may be that eastern nurserymen are  getting a hard deal in thr matter, but  it is certainly rough on those who  placed-the orders and have lost a year  thereby. When there are reliable  nursery firms close by it is risky work  placing orders with those on the outside. ������������������<���������  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining- Camp in Canada;  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CifY TOWNSI  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  C0MPAPY* Ltd.,  HEDLEY, B.C.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending" May 28, 1910 :  . AT THE MINE.  Maximum  "Minimum  May 22  .  .     .    .69  35  23  65  37  24  01  40  25  46  33  20  42  29  27'  ..      -  48  20  28  54       .  28  Average maximum temperature 55.  Average rjfiirtimurn do        31.71  Milan temperature' ... 43:35  Rainfall for the week   0.2   inches.  Snowfall"      "   ��������� . " 1.0       "  ��������� CORKESrONDING WEEK OF LAST YEAH  Highest maximum temperature 60.  Average maximum do 48.  Lowest minimum, do 27.  Average minimum do 25;  Mean do 38.50  Wire Wound and Continuous  WOOD STAVE   PIPE  For Irrigation, Power, and Water Systems  Write for Catalogue  THE DOMINION WOOD PIPE CO., Limited  New Westminster, B. C.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Hbrse-shbeing' and- all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  ���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  Come in and look at our  May 22  23  24  25  26  -.-,    -27.  28  AT THE MILL.  Maximum        Minim urn  87 ..-' 48-:  86 ... 50'  72 .. 47-'  65 .. 32  ..   '     65 .. 38.  '... ���������      50-,      ��������������������������� 3t:  65 .. 41.'  Average maximum temperature 7ll2S  Average riiinimum do 4L42  Mean do 56.35  Rainfall for the week   .09  inches  ���������'.-.':   CORRKSPOXDING WEEK OK LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 79  Average do ' do ���������      . 69.42  Lowest minimum do 39.  Average do do 4.7.  Mean do 5S.21  BOW KEE  LAUNDRY^  Washing called for and delivered. Satisfaction Guaranteed  fcJ IA J.XX1  t  t  ���������  Hedley,  B  C  WATER NOTICE  "VTOTICE is hereby Riven that an application  -^ will be made under part V, of the "Water  Act, NX)!)," to obtain a licence in tho Similkameen Division of Yale1 District.  Approximately the number of inhabitants 25  (b) The'-11111110 of tho lake, stream, or source  (if unnamed, the descrition is) spring unnamed  on P R 512s.  (cl The point of diversion ntoverflow of said  spring  (d) The quantity of water applied for (in  cubic feet per second) 1-20 cubic foot.  (e) The character of the proposed works,  pipe line.  (f) Tlie premises on which tho water is to be  used (describe same) Pro Kmption So. W.i7.  (g) Tho purposes for which the water is to  be used Domestic and Irrigation.  (h) If for irrigation describe the land intended to be irrigated, giving acreage about .'* acres  on Pre omption No ���������1().**7.  (j) Area of Crown land intended to be occupied by tho proposed works���������none.  (k) This notice was- posted on the 17th day  of May, 1910 and application will bo made to  the Commissioner on tho 17th day of Juno 1910.  (1) Give tho names and addresses of any  riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose  lands are likely to be effected by the proposed  works, either above or below tho outlet, I*'. A.  Ford.  F. P. HOWARD  Allen Grove, B.C.  I  as  *  as  at  H  at  at  i  as  as  K  at  at  as  i  i  I  I  as  t  If  as  at  1  os  as  as  ,<:    E-  ft'"-III       ^  ������<>   ? \ll ISS! I >  as ���������***������  2 X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  iff  3  3  3  st  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  Great Northern        $  Hotel 3  x  A new house containing more bed ������*  room accommodation than any tf  other hotel in town. Table and X  bar first - class. Hates moderate. 4f    j������  aS THOS. BRADSHAW, Proprietor  $  & X  *f������s?=Bs^ara{5������j  We have just opened a Complete New Stock of ���������  Imported Linoleums,  Tapestry Carpet   Squares  and Y  i Axminster and Velvet liugs. -#  4> 'All-.-we ask .is that you come in aud look at them +  tlie Excellent Designs and Colorings will sell them.     .  ���������������������������  ��������� "-��������� - -   - -     ���������'��������� "   -���������-��������� ���������������������������������������������:-������������������       +  ���������.. - ���������  ���������  ���������  s,  t ... ���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  HOTEL SIMILKAHEEN !  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  WESTMORLAND Mineral Claim situate in  the Osoyoos mining division of Yale District. Where located -Susap Creek, Similkameen.  TAICH NOTICE that I. IJ.H. Parkinson Free  ���������*��������� Miner's Certificate No. BM2S8, intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to tho  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ofobtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further fake notice that action, under  section '17, must be commenced  before the is-  sutnee of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this *������)th day of March, A. D. 1!)I().  R. II. PARKINSON  D. Braithwaite, Agent.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  HEDLEY, JB. C  HUMMING MIHD FRACTIONAL, LOOKOUT  SNOWFLAKF.. GOLDMAN, MOUNTAIN  VIICW.    FOIJ.TY-NINK    and     MOTIIKK  LODI'".    Mineral   Chums,    situate   in   the  Osoyoos  Mining Division  of Yale District.  Where located: Camp Hedley.  'PAKK NOTICK that I,   Ainslev Megraw,   F.  ���������*-    M. 0.   B'K'IS'-'. agent for L. II. Patten F. M.  C. No. ilfilol dated May2(!t.li. liMK) and Frederick  Stone  F. M. C.  No. H,   2IOIii. dated  May Hist,  I!)()!). intend, sixty days from date hereof,  to  applo to tlie Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice thu!  action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this second day of May A. D. 1910.  17-10 A INSi.KY M KG RAW  agent for L.II. Patten and Frederick Stone,  THE   LEADING   HOTEL   OF    THE   SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY  This house is new and strictly first-class in  everv respect: being equipped with all modem conveniences���������electric light, telephone  Baths, etc. : : Rates Moderate.  <$   Frank Dollemore  Proprietor  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.  JUNE 2, 1910.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������-Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  s  Mrs. Revely, of Hedley, is the guest  of Mrs.  Lowe .-it the   ranch this week.  Mr. and Mrs. George Loudon return  .   ed  on  Tuesday  from   a-., trip   up   the  Okanagan.  Mr. M. B. Ewart is sending a hunch  Of horses to the coast vi-.i tlie Hope  traii this week. _  Mr. and Mrs. E. Coulter of. the lower  valley were visitors in Hedley be-  tween trains on Monday.  Mrs. McAu'.ay's friends from the  Okanagan who have been visiting her  returned home on Monday.  The frame residences of H. B. Meausette and M. C. McAuley are rapidly  assuming the shape of cotnfoi table  homes.  ��������� J."A. Brown left on Tuesday for Sic:  amoiis to meet Mis. Brown,' who is!re-,  '.. turning from  her visit to  friends in;  Manitoba. .  Dr. Jackson, dentist, of Penticton,  was registered at the Central oil Monday on his way home .from' a professional trip up'the valley-  JackMcKenzie, veteran stage driver,  is- again   handling   the   ribbons   for  Welby  between  here and Penticton.  /He started oh Tuesday.-.;      _��������� ;"   ���������'   ;-">'  Mr. and Mrs': ".R. II. Cai-michael, cf  ���������Princeton,  were visitors over Sunday  tit the  home .of  the  latter^ parents/  Mr."and Mrs.'J, J. Armstrong.  Rev. Mr.  Cameron has a ii umber of  ,   handsome and useful artjcles left over  from  the ��������� bazaar which" may be purchased by-private sale athis-residence.  Miss M. Lowe was the recipient of a  kitchen ' shower.', on    Friday evening  when a large number  of friends gathered at the ranch and a most enjoyable evening was passed.  Mr.  D.  Lawsoii  of the E. T.. .Bank  was confined  with an' attack of grip  during the week end.    We are pleased  to note that/he was able to.be liack at  ihis post on'Mohday morning.  A case of reported cattle lifting has  been the chief excitement around  town this week and occasioned much  scurrying back and forth between  here and Hedley and Fairview.  Work has been received by Mr. Bob  Gibson from his brother Porter that  on his arrival at Alameda, Sask, he  found his wife had passed the crisis of  her illness and has since been gradually improving.  The Jimmy Fax concert company  passed.through Keremeos on Monday  en route from the Boundary country  ��������� to the Okanagan. -By' an oversight on  the part of tlie advance agent, Keremeos was not billed.  Mrs. E. M. Crooker, as delegate for  the local W. C. T. U.', left on Monday  to attend a convention being held at  Armstrong this week. While there  she will spend a fortnight visiting  friends.  Dan McCurdy. Sr., left the valley  quietly on Friday evening. He did  not take your correspondent into his  confidence as to his intended destination or the object of his trip, but his  friends appear to be awaiting his return with more or less anticipation.  Danny McCurdy left on Monday for  Princeton where he will he in the employ of O. H. Carle. Mr. Carle has  worked up a good business in the line  of fruiL and vegetables with the upper  valley and finds it advisable this year  to have a salesman of his own at  Princeton. This year he is also growing most of his own garden stuff, having a large acreage planted.  George Woolgar, of Thigh Hill, Alta,.  and three children arrived in town  the latter part of last week and will  take up their residence here. Mr.  Woolgar owns seventeen lots in town  and has started in to do improvement  work on them. On his arrival here  he was a little disappointed to find  that the street cars were not yet running but he is firmly convinced that it  is only a matter of time till Keremeos  becomes a thriving metropolis.  L. M. Hale, resident engineer of the  G. N. at Princeton passed through  here on his way up the valley on Saturday. He had been down the valley  to meet Mr. Russell, whose party is  surveying he'twee*n Oroville and Penticton. Mr. Hale reports the work as  proceeding most satisfactorily above  Princeton and thinks the contractors  will have the grade between Princeton and Tulameen ready for the track  layers by fall.  EWART-LOWE  St. John's Church,   Keremeos,   was  scene of a  very pretty social event on  Wednesday afternoon  at one  o'clock  when in the presence of a  large number of  friends of the  contracting parties Mr. M.'Bethune Ewart was united  in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss  Margaret     Emily    Lowe,     youngest  daughter  of Mrs.  E.Lowe.     Rev. A.  H.  Ransonie'  conducted   the   service  and Mis. W. M. Frith  presided at the  organ."     Miss  Violet  Kirby   made a  charming bridesmaid, while the groom  was ably supported  by his friend, Mr.  G. R. Mason of Penticton. The church  was beautifully and appropriately decorated for   the occasion,  a large  wedding  bell   being suspended  from   the  ceiling and  forming   tlie- center  of a  most artistic   arrangement of   Moral  decorations  in   which  white Syringa  predominated.     After the   ceremony  at the church the bridal party and immediate friends  drove (ito , the   ranch  where the wedding breakfast was served and la ter in the afternoon the happy  couple entrained  at Similkameen station  for  Oroville.   Their honeymoon  trip will embrace a visit to Vancouver  and other coast points and on their return they will take  up their residence  at the.Centre'.    W,e join with the very  large 'hum bei* of friends in- the valley  in \vishing   Mr. and Mrs. ,Ewart ���������''bqn  voyage"'over the sea' of matrimony.".-'  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  FIKE INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE  KEREMEOS, B.C.  P.BROMLEY,  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  Horse-Shoeing a Specialty  KEREMEOS, -   '',"-' ':     -  B. C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  HEAL ESTATE MINES  Agent for:  ��������� London' & Lancashire Five Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.   ,  Keremeos, B. C.  B, C.   FRUIT ABROAD.  B. G. Fruit to Be Exhibited on the Prairies.���������Bullock-:Webster in Charge  (Nelson News)  Preparations are tiiking definite  form for inauguration of the season's  series of exhibits of British Columbia  fruit and other characteristic products  at the chief centres of population in  the prairie, provinces, 'after which representative showings will be made in.  Toronto, in London and at the principal old country exhibitions where such  signal success was won last year by  the fruits of the Pacific province.  Prairie exhibitions at which British  Columbia will this season be effectively represented are those to be held at  Brandon, Rogina, Saskatoon, Medicine  Hat and Edmonton, beginning with  Brandon on July 25. It has been the  intention of the department to have  made a big showing at Winnipeg but  space could not be had at the Manitoba  capital, from which an intimation was  received that no arrangements had  been made for outside district exhibits.  The .provincial exhitit "on circuit"  will this Season be in charge, of E.  Bullock-Webster, who will have with  him as first assistant W. J. Brandrith  of Ladnock, who was with deputy minister Scott last year in a similar capacity. Both gentlemen have had.long  experience as fruit growers in this province, are intimately acquainted with  the geography and conditions through'  out the province effecting its various  industries and will be in a position to  answer any questions.  Kcremcos-Penticton Mail Stage...  ,.-��������� Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  \V. E. Welby, Proprietor.'  ^Wt^^&^S^^i^Wi^^Wf^Z^^^^^sPvK&tK^Z^^^v  KEREflEOS  MEAT   MARKET  n. C.McAULEY  Successor to  E. M. CROOKER  Formerly Geo. Cawston  il'i������JlJr8^JlJ������Jlil^3t������J|S������Jl3������J|5r������-iiJ������5������i|Jt'i������S������iiSi  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS  To D. J. Purely, Robert Wisely, and "W. A.  Chcsley, or to any person or persons to whom  they may have transferred their interests in  the Borden. Hope and Laurier mineral claims  situate at tho mouth of Tenas Creek in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  You and each of you are hereby notilicd that  we have expended three hundred and seven  dollars and lifty cents in labor and improvements on the above mentioned claims in order  to hold the said claims under tlie provisions of  the Mineral Aet, tlie said labor being done for  the year ending 5th of August, 1009, and if  within 90 days from the date of this notice, you  fail or refuse to contribute your porportion of  such expenditures together with all costs of  advertising,   your   interest in   said   mineral  claims will be the property of the undersigned  under Section 1 of "jV   Act 1900.  under Section 1 of "Mineral Aet Amendment  Dated this 1st day of April, 1910.  GKO. STEED  J. W. SINCLAIR  NOTICE  40 Great Tears  And 1909 Best of AH  With over Eight Millions of now  business written in Canada,  alone in 1009.  Began business in 1870 with assets $G,216, and now the assets  are over $H,000,000.  Canada's Big Popular Company  Chosen alike by rich and poor.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. n EG RAW, Local Agent.  OSOYOOS LAND DISTRICT  11ISTKICT OK SIMILKAMEEN  ���������"PAKE NOTICE tmit I, Frederick Charles  -"- Wilson of Vancouver, 11. (J��������� occupation  sehool teacher, intend to apply for permission  to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted beside the  south cast post of Lot 2,'ifis thence north twenty  chains; thence west about five chairs to the  east boundary of the One Horse Mineral  Claim; thenco south twenty chains; thence  east about live chains to point of commencement.  FllKDKIUCK ClLUtLKS WlLSO.V  Vincent O. Wilson, Agent.  March 8th, 1910. .        M-10  NEARLY 1,200,000 IN USE  DELAVAL  FIRST���������ALWAYS BEST���������CHEAPEST  The World's Standard  Ten years ahead of all others in every feature of     -  separator practicability :  Beautiful In Deglgn, Perfect In Gpn-  struction, Everlasting In Daily Use     ,  Send for ���������handsome catalogue illustrating and describing  the  latest styles and sizes of machines i n details, to be had for the asking  FRANK RIGHTER & GO,  KEREMEOS, - - B. G.  fW*;**!*?********^  a\:  ������������������������������������-    -   :-���������������  I      When in Keremeos stop at the ������  at  i  f"  I  I  I' '  t - ��������� ���������������������������-  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  Sole Agents for Princeton Goal  Free Bus to all trains  B C. Fruit Lands Office f  H eadquarters for all stagje'lines.  3  I  I  FIGUREOUT  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at.home in something that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  REMEMBER  We  otter no land but what has  the  water already on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR   HEATING  AND  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  SING LEE  LAUNDRY  Work called for and delivered.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Keuejieos, B.C.  When answering  mention this  ADS.     PLESAE  PAPER.  TOMMY SING  Contracts for Work  Land scrubbed or any kind of work by  contract at reasonable rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China.  WM. DALRYMPLE  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  Your Patronage Solicited.   Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GAZETTE!  Orders  by Mail  will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  Keremeos Hardware  Stoves and Ranges  Shelf & Heavy Hardware  Paints and Oils  asaes*  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  For a Luxurious  Shave,  Hair-Cut or Bath go to  BOOSTER'S  TONSORIAL PARLOR  Box Trade in Cigars a specialty  A fine line of Cigars   and  Tobaccos, Fruit and  Confectionerv  POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION'  A. J. SAUNDERS  Keremeos.  E.  CROOKER  Keremeos, B. C.  Keremeos Trading Go.  Retail   and   Wholesale  of General Merchandise  ALWAYS PLEflSED TO SHOW GOODS  G.  G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.

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