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 I.  1  V  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VI.  HEDtEY, B. Ci, THIIKSDAY, JUNE .'9, 1910.  Number 22.  Dr.'C A. JACKSON  DENTIST  US y������M>T practice in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'a Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Mchk Block  PENTICTON,     '-     '-      B. C.  Geo. H. Broughton  B.C. Sc D.L.S., Graduate S.P.S.   -  Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor  Now at Princeton  JflS. CLARKE~  Watchmaker  HEDLEY, B. G."  CloGks and Watches for Sate.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Kptes Moderate.  A. Baknes, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY;PUBLIC ;  ' Conveyancer. Real -Estate,. Mines,  Crown ' Grunts '��������� Applied' For  '.-.  Under Land ��������� Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  '-/Mutual Life of Canada..,.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.   ���������  Columbia Fire Insuranco Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.::,���������������������������.. .  Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee. C6.:  United Wireless Telegraph-,Co;- ���������������������������������������������  Office  at   HEDLEY; iB.C.*  QrandoLJiniori V  HEDllEV/\B.e^  First Class-Accommodation. .'Bar Stocked with  ' BestvBrahds of Liquor, and Cljrara.--:-  A; WINKLER; Proprietor  HE1EI: BARBERSHOP  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.  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-  brethroh'are cordially invited to attend.  W. J. FORBES  W. M  H. D. BARNES,  Secretary  E. A. C. STUDD  IIAKOLD MAYNE DALY  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock Exchange  Real Estate, Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  738 Hastings Street W.  Opposite New Post Office  P. O. BOX 906  Vancouver, '       - - B. C.  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C.  PUS. THIRD  DIVIDEND  The Nickel Plate is Keeping Up  s-   the.Pace.���������"-Another Divi-  'v    ' ' dehd of 3% Declared  i June 1st.  RACE FOR THE APEX  Claims were Staked After Midnight While  Two Others were Waiting  for Daylight.  BETTER LATE THAN NEVER  PAYABLE ON JULY. 1st 1910  All; Within the Year With Vastly Increased Tonnage in Sight as Result  . of Development���������Another Large Consignment of  New  Mill   Equipment  Arrived.  ��������� The Board  of Directors of the Hedley Gold -Mining Co.  met at the head  office of the company in New York on  June 1st-and declared another dividend of three per cent, on the capital  -stock-of the company payable on July  1st, to i all*stock'holders as appearing  on the- books of the company on 17th  of.June, so all who have purchased  stock: in the -company since the last  dividend was paid* will do'well to have  it transferred on the books of the company without delay.  ~ This is the third dividend which the  new company  has declared since they  took over the mine on  the  12th of  August last, and this-has been done  with no betterment of the milling facilities than what the old company had,  and after: a large;.amount of development-has been none'"-which'resulted in  showing up much larger ore reserves  than  they had when  the mine   was  taken over a little; oyer 9 months ago.  Th^s is certainly a fine showing on the  part' of the new management which  has. succeeded  in  beating all former  records: made :with the >: same equipment.   Before.inany. months are over  wemay-Jook for a complete snowing  under of anything in the . shape, of a .  record ever put forward heretofore on;,  the premises^.and when   the new mill  equipment jhair.beon, installed and in  op.eration :.we;will-not be long in foi*-  Ketting;thai:certeih;figures for output  or extrac.tionv.vpeEcehtage   were   ever  thought tof as constituting a record.  ;On 'Monday $ight .Snore car loads of  machiriery.cametb lian'dand was seen  to be'': principally--fojr*'the; mill, there  being*vamong -;the res.frthe tube mills,  Deister. tables;Oliver* and'Memll filtei*  presses; theoth^rbigbpilerand-piping  :giUore;- whileftani'TiO-W'cpri: 'arrivals  of hewmachinery \;mayu;-be.-looked  for every few days >uhtii'the ibalarice  of the new equipment i'slVere;'-  On Monday also'a contract* was let  to a number of Italians for digging the  ditch for the new pipe line and a contract also to other parties for ties for-  ,the new tmlley track to No. 4 tunnel  on the Nickel Plate from which a good  ore body has been located and :from  which' other prospecting is now being  carried on.  A new ore body has also been located recently down below the trolley  track on the Bulldog and it begins to  look as if the company were only beginning to get a little inkling of what  they have in the way of reserve ore  tonnage.  Never before did the camp look as  prosperous as it does at the present  time.  On Saturday last word came down  from the hill that the Apes had. been  staked the night'tx-fore^by T. D.' Pick-  ard 'anj&'tbat tfle,8tykgng'<ha'd.been the  tueaihs of <hmdftig������'6'fr two others who  had come in to stake it and.-were,waiting for daylight. No-one seems to  know the caupe of the staking or upon  what grounds it could lie made to hold  water.  It is well known, however, that the  property/^although representing .big  value' both in the money paid for it  and in the money which has been expended on it in development, has  never, been crown granted and was  subject to the same caie and watchfulness to hare assessments recorded  and licence kept up as any other prospect.  ' The Colonial Gold Mining Co. which  started in to develop the property last  year appears to have made a hash of  things and got themselves into ill-repute through neglect to pay  bills incurred, but it is known  that the New,  York man who purchasedfrom W. D.  Macmillan has   paid in full for   the  { property and was in no way to blame  for any failure on the part of others to  carry out their obligations.     It is also  said that he,' had' expressed his intention  to settle up all the outstanding  bills incurred by the parties to whom  he  had given   an option.     There is a  -belief on the part of some  that it was  in his interest that the re-staking was  done but of. course there is   as   yet  nothing to support it and the whole  thing is still a matter of mere surmise.   The fact of two others.being  there to stake it next morning would  look as if there are some things connected r with the: .situation vthat ,-the  public are not in a position to know  much about and must await later developments; before, they   will   understand.     : " "     .  Premier McBride Justified in the Eyes of  His Opponents. The C. N. R. Now  and Six Months Ago.  CONSERVATION REPORT  If ever a puolic man in this country  was vindicated it is Premier McBride  who'is now receiving the indorsement  ,of those whoonly-a few months ago  were assailing his public acts. Most  of oiir readers will remember the ringing- notes in which' the -Premier expressed his'.confidence* in the bona  fides both of the C. N. B. as a sound  .institution and - of -Mackenzie and  -Mann its promoters as sound business  men whom Canadians could trust and  be proud of. His opponents, however,  for party purposes jeered at thebe expressions In the press and on the various , platforms; but note what they  now say; who only five or six months  ago characterized the- C. N. K. as "a  ramshackle concern" and its builders as-  "a pair of - adventurous schemers who  were pulling the wool over McBride's  eyes:"  Speaking of the opening of the C. N.  B. Atlantic line, the Victoria Times,-  the chief Liberal newspaper in British  Columbia,'says:  "The first steamer of the new Canadian line'has'arrived' in the port of  Montreal,' after making a fast voyage,  without, however, breaking an ocean.  A   Comprehensive   Production   Dealing  With Canada's Resources and- *���������  Preservation of Same  THEECKHARDTS  Hospital Donations  During the past week the hospital  fund and equipment have been benefitted by donations of $15.50 cash  which came.from "A Friend" (no name  being given) and- by several useful  articles. On her return from Keremeos this week, Mrs. Reveley brought  with her a doormat, four handsome  flower vases, two half rugs and a piece  of carpet which would make others,  the donation being made by George  Loudon for F. Richter & Co.  K. C. BROWN  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC. Etc.  PRINCETON,  B. C.  ���������   It is a rare thing,indeed when a  whole   audience will -'express entire  satisfaction at-a performance for which  ������������������ i. >',' ���������'    ��������� J       ���������   '-   ."'..>���������  they pay- a dollar admission fee, and  yet that was practically what occurred-in" the case of the Eckhardt Co. of  Swjss-rBell-ringers and musical-entertainers who presented their splendid  high'class entertainment in Fraternity  : hall on Friday'evening last; for not a  whisper - of dissatisfaction - was heard  from;any/quarter and the general verdict'was   that'the company   are   all  right-in every- particular and   make  good*in all-they-undertake.   They are  simply-musical wonders and it's not  alone in the great number of instruments  which they play but the high  degree of perfection  to which   they  have attained-in each. ���������  The bell-ringing of thefcompany (five in all,  consisting of the father and   three sons  and'Miss Mae George) was captivating  in the'beautiful harmony of sounds in  each number as well as th,e widely different and difficult class of music rendered.    On  the musical glasses also a  class of music not often attempted on  so .'uncertain a method of producing  musical    sounds   was executed   with  marvellous distinctness sweetness and  harmony. No less* noteworthy was the  violin playing of Messrs. G. C. and B.  Eckhardt and the trombone and bass  horn selections of B. and G, Eckhardt.  Bare  instruments from which sweet  music was discoursed were the marim-  baphone, aluminum chimes and musical rattles.'    The singing of Miss Mae  George and the singing and character  impersonations    of   G,  C.    Eckhardt  offered.,  a   pleasing   variety   to   the  other parts   of the   programme   and  helped  to round  out the  whole  for a  specially meritorious performance.  CARD OF THANKS  The undersigned desires to express  to the people of Hedley the deep sense  of gratitude of himself and family for  the kindness shown them in their recent bereavement.  E. WOODWARD.  record. * Tlie new record will come in  time, beyond question, as the Royal  Edward,* of the -Canadian Northern  steamship' line,' is undoubtedly the  most powerful ".ship ..plying' between  Great Britain arid obi* ports. ; But if  the Boyal 'Ed ward 'did hot break liny  speed records she smashed one record  of still more' importance' -She carried  a record cargo, consisting principally  of Mr; -Williaiii Mackehzie'i; popuhirly  known -as ' ���������Bill" a ndV forty^millions of  dollars. . . He is going to spend it  all in this country, most of it in British Columbia.  "Fourteen  millions is.to be sunk in  a Vancouver Island-coal mine, where  it will increase and multiply and bring  forth abundantly for the benefit of the  rock from which it was drawn, and we  hope also to the subs tan tial-ad vantage  of the people of this province.     Another five 'millions" will be.1 devoted to  railway building..   .    .   The other half  of"' the; forty - millions': will : be   spent  "promiscus like"-  for   the   benefit of  "Bill" and "Dan," and also for the general advantage of Canada. (  :   "We hope; there are: no, Canadians  small enough; in calibre to ���������' be envious  of the: splerididfsuccess which has attended the careers of "Bill" and "Dan"  They are sons of our own soil, fine  samples of one of the most valuable  products of the country. They are the  original   Canadian   railway   builders.  Sir  William Van Home,  Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy and Mr. C. H. Hays, are  'me'n of great constructive and administrative genius,  but they are   Canadians  bystatute,  not by birth.    Mr.  James J. Hill was born in Canada, but  he found the field for the exercise of  his acknowledged talents in the United  States.     Not until very late in his life  did Mr: Hill realize   that   any good  thing could come out of or be achieved  by his native land.    "Bill" and "Dan"  are bone of our bone  and flesh of our  flesh,  and we ought to  takeoff our  hats to them."  The Ottawa Free Press, the Liberal  paper at the capital of the Dominion  also says:  "The C. N. R. is indeed a groat railroad corporation. It is paying bond  interest on 02 millions, extending itself  with wonderful rapidity month by  month andyear by-year, and after doing this it has a few hundred thousand  left over every year out of the net  earninp-s for dividends on the 30 millions of capital stock.  "All this has been accomplished, and  is being accomplished, without the aid  of tremendous government grants and  loans. The Dominion government has  but guaranteed 26 millions of C. N. R.  In its first annual report the Commission of Conservation has amply  demonstrated the reason for its existence and justified the outlay made for  its maintenance..  Conservation of" our national resources is to-day easily one of the biggest questions before the public and  let us hope that' the creation of this  commission on the part of the Dominion government and all other movements to that end on the part of federal or provincial governments may not  be for Canada the proverbial locking  of the stable after the horse has been  stolen.  The report, begins with a recital of  the enactment which authorized the  appointment and the order-in-counciL  bringing it into existence together  with the composition of the commission.  Chairman Sifton's inaugural address  covering some 26 pages has but to be'  read to appreciate its comprehensive;  character and the amount of attention that has been paid to the subject.  He explains that the commission is  not an execntive or administrative '  body and that the value of its work  must depend on its own merits. In  other words their sphere is to study,  investigate and advise,' all administrative powers having to come from the  various governments, that-as the result of their advice or of their own  initiative, may inaugurate measures  to help on the good cause of conservation.  In the report also Prof. Fernow deals .  With Scientific Forestry in Europe, its  value and applicability in Canada; Dr.  James W. Robertson with Conservation of Agricultural Resources; Dr.  Eugene Haanel with Possible Economies in Production of Minerals in  Canada; Hon. Frank Cochrane with  Conservation of Natural Resources of  Ontario: Adam Beck with Conservation of the Water-powers of Ontario;  FJ T. Congdon with Fur-bearing  animals in Canada and how to prevent their extinction; P. H. Boyce,  M. D. with measures for the maintenance and Improvement of the Public  Health; H. T. Gussdw with diseases of  Forest trees: Dr. C. Gordon Hewitt  with; insects destructive to Canadian  forests.  These with the reports of committees and discussion of same make intensely interesting and valuable reading. Get a copy: read it carefully and  become imbued with the conservation  spirit. That, after all is an important  phase of the question, for when the  people of Canada become fully alive  to the vital importance of the question, then and not until then, the  cause of conservation may be considered as won.  METEOROLOGICJ  \L.  ings  The following  are the read  show-  ing temperatui  e,   etc.,  for  the  week  ending June 4,  1910 :  AT  THE MINE.  Maximum  Mini  mum  May 211  48  35  .30  57  33  31  60  2i>  Jun    1  37  25  2  42  22  3  52  37  4  49  34  Average maximum temperature 48.71  Average minimum do        80.71  Mean temperature 42.21  Rainfall for- the week   0.0   inches.  Snowfall       "       " 5.5  COKRESl'O.VDING WEEK OK LAST VEAK  Highest maximum temperature 65.  bonds, and that is a bagatelle when  one reflects what the government has  done for tho C. P. R. and is doing for  the G. T. P.  "A list of Canadas great men would  be woefully incomplete without the  names of Mackenzie and Mann."  Average maximum  do  5S.42  Lowest minimum  do  29.  Average  minimum  do  31.57  Mean  do  44.99  AT  THE  MILL.  Maximum  Minimum  May 22  70  46  23  80  45  24  89  53  Jun    1  60  42  2  o;>  43  , .  60  40  4  85  49  Average maximum temperature 70.85-  Average minimum do 45.42  Mean do 58.14  Rainfall for the week   .2    inches  CORRESPONDING WEEK OK LAST TEAIl  Highest maximum temperature 80  Average do do 71.42:  Lowest minimum do 40.  Average do do 48.14  Mean do 59.78 'VKR   HEDLEY^GAZjito  6'  NOTICE  ;. I  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  se licit on Tliurscl-i.vs. liy flie MlCDl.KV (!a-/.kttk  I'Ki.s-nsi; ASH I'l-lll.lSlllXU���������C'OMI'.WV.  I.IMITKI".    .It    Hi'ltU-V.   H. C. '  SlMlLlv-ALMKlON LAX)). DISTRICT.; ���������  UlSTKIOT  OK   Y.VMC.  Subscriptions in Advance  'Per Year ���������  **��������� ( l.'iiitcd States I   Advertising Rates  Measurement-. l*i Hues to the iiu-h.  Land Notices���������t'erfill������*atcsofiuiproveiiieiit. <;*.<���������. ;  ���������37.(10 for, (iO-day iiot i<-cs, and ?;i.iiu for :,0-(luy i "Mareh K.th. 1010  notices. I ��������� ���������������������������    Advertisements will he elmm;cd once every i  iiiontli if advertiser desires, without any extra j  elmi-tfe. Kor clianfi-es.oftenet- limn once a month |  the price of composition will be charged at j  i-ctrulai- rates. !  Chnntres for -contract advertisements should-1  he in the olticc hy noon on Tuesday to secure j  attention for that week's issue. j  A. MEGRAW, Alanae'titf liditor.  i'l'.-Y-KK notice that- John,lVMeCii'ddy���������of Fair-.  '   '���������       view.   o(-r..-ti|ia<tiou.- Kai-ihor.   intend?;   to  ; apply for pern'lissloif,to louse the following des-���������'  ' crilied land :  -  ' - .('muiM-ciu-iiijj; at.a ixisf planted at' the sontli  . .S'-'.'li. Cast cornel- of i.ot'il'!), Group 1. Osoyoos, thence  ���������.'..ill ' soul li lo chains: thence west SO chains: thence  I north 10 chains, thence oast Sf) chains to the  i poiul of commeiiceiiieiit, and eontainiiiB- ,'ttfl.  j acres, more or !os<. - ...  JOHN P. Mot.'i;01)Y  l-.'-IO  NOTICE  ., Certificate- of: Improvements.  TrTf5  NEW  ���������ZEALAND "  HOTEL  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everutliiitfj New-.nml first-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors' and Cigars, ��������� and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  74 Years in Busbies:  Full Moon  bastiinar.  ���������SI.  New Mooii  First, miar.  U.  1910  .JUNK  JL0.L0  Sun. Mon. Tiies. Wed, Tliu. Fri. Shu  ,. i  .*>  12  19  2ti  (i  VA  20  27  ���������1V"  21  28'  ��������� I  15  22  29  . 2  9  1(5  23  HO  *���������������  ���������10':  17  24.  , 1-.  11  18  t'ZAK Fit ACTIONAL Mineral Cliiim. situate  in the Osoyoos ]\lininfj;. Division of Yale Ois-  triet.- Where located: (.'amp Hedley'  TAICIC XOTltrK tha.t.1, Aiusloy Meyraw. t  J- M. ('. MiKiKS-.', agent'for F. H. French. F. M.  ('.. HlWlSfi and George Cahill, F. M. C. UiXitii).  intend, sixty days, from date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Keeorder for a Certificate of  Improvement*. ��������� for the. purpose o/ obtnininif a  Crown Grant of the above clnim.  And further take notice that action,-under  sectton "i", must be .commenced before the issuance of sucli Certificate of 'Improvements..  Dated this twenty-seventh day of April.A.I).  1910. ��������� ���������"*      '       10-10  A IX.SLKY MKGRAiW*.-    ��������� -\  .ayent for >'. It. French anclGeo. On hill j  Try  ���������MAVMmmaNk  WATER AND   LIGHT  Now that the season's programme  to be carried oilt by the Hedley Gold  'Mining Co. in the way of improving  and extending their'.wniks is plainly  indicated it is. up t>>.our .tmv.nsiwople  to do-something.-for themselves by  way of taking advsintage"Of-lho.se���������improvements. Two of t.l.ii"ii* tilings  which.should be .looked'after are. lire  protection and. street lighting.:. Five  . years ago when townspeople, seenicd  to !a* mon; ���������il'vo to"t'-he'ir"Own interests  than thev have ever l>cen '.since' an cf-  fprt was made to have proprty-hold:  i-is-.iret- together and take steps to procure fire hose. There being no innni-  cipiil organization the only plan in  view seeined to lie to pass around the  hat ami endeavor to raise some funds  in I has way hut .��������� hearty co-operation  could not tie. secured and the'matter  -was dropped.  Although Hedley may get the credit  of  having  a  system    of  waterworks,  property-holders   here    may   not   be  aware, of the fact   that with the' insurance under-writers   we  have.no  such  credit,   but on the  other hand   we are  advertised by them- as having  no fire  protection   whatever.     The   effect  of  this has been that during the past five  . years   we have been''compelled   to pay-  in   extra   insurance   lates   more   than  would   have   purchased   the, hose  ten  times over.     Is it business to continue,  in this way  or  is  it hot ?    Now   that  the water supply is   to  be   made  continuous     and   not    subject   to   flume  breakages  and   with   ample  pressure  for good fire  protection   surely something can be done   to secure-hydrants  or  fire plugs and ample, hose to reach  the    principal    buildings    in     town.  Princeton several years  ago  with   n.o  water supply except a few wells   took  action and   organized  a  fire   brigade,  procuring hook and ladder equipment;  but the example did not excite Hedley  and we merely looked   on   with   indifference as if the   niMltei   had   no  personal interest for us.  Of course as far as street lighting  was concerned there may have been  excuse for inaction as the service procurable, was not all that could he  wished, but now that ample power  will be available and a new large generator is being put in which, will 'ensure a good strong current the year  round some joint action should he  taken to have lights placed at the  leading corners, iimi the town being  compact very few would be necessary  to light all the business portion and  most- of the residence portion.  FURNISHED   HOUSE   FOR   SALE  "THE U.VDKR.SIGXKD will sell his residence  -1- on Daly Avenue. Hedley, now occupied  by IT. MoIJiurmirt.���������Apply to  J. G. CO'KKIGAX  NOTICE  .    SDUL'KAMKKX LAND DISTRICT "  DlSTKICT OK YAI.K  *"IVAKK XOTICTi. that I, Kenneth Carlcton  -*��������� jlovd,Frith, of Greenwood, B. C, occupation. Postmaster, intend to apply for.permis-  sion to purchase the following: described land:  Commencing at a post plnnicd'nk the j-routH  east corner of Indian Kesuive, LotXo ..-*. iber-i.-e  ���������west alonji Indian reserve No. *i; 2Z> chains:  thence south 40 chains; tlionec east 2(i c.-lii-.;n.--..  then north iiloi-if? tMe Indian' reserve, loL'Xo. :; :  to point-.of commencement containing- K;| ac:;:;-' I  more or less, ���������   " ,,������������������ !  . '������������������ ���������     Kkxxktu Caui.ktox Uovd Fiu.-m.   j  Dated 21 st of "May. lillO ' |  Vidoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  TakingC^re  of Money  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  is  our   business.     Your account  is   welcome whether'  it is large or small..   A Sav  ings   Account can   be opened with $1.00 and added to at  '   vour convenience.  You -will be surprised to see how the btilance mounts  up when Interest is conipbunded.      ; ., ���������'���������"  Hedley  Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  as  What Makes the Most Bread and the  Best Bread  PURITY FLOUR   SOLD BY   J. A. SCHUBERT  PfUflGE  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  HEDLKV   H. <;  I A good stock of ILnrst-s jind Rigs on  flu mi.    *' Oi'ders for Teaming  b'-.i-iptlv attended to.  -;<x c.i Dominion Express Companfi.  W O'O-D   FOR   SALE!  NOTICE  X'OTICK- is hereby triven that, thirty days  i' after date I. Geortce Well wood, of Green  wood. H. C. intends to apply to the superin-'  tendent of provincial iioliee, F. S. Husse/. of  Victoria, for a retail liquor-licence: for-the  Hotel,   located at Westliridfre.  OKOKGK -WKLLWOOO  Westbridge. May Wn\. I'M 14-4  Phone 14.  INNIS  BROS.l'rofn-ietow.  fl. J, KING & GO.  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Sold on easy payments if desired. igg  ^       NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORDS-90c. for the two    ^7  Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record        4^^ '  Berliner Gram-o-plione Co., Limited   v^-|i^  Montreal.  Agents Wanted Everywhere. ..m*  109 ���������##  mm  SS  For Sale by  LOUIS  C   ROLL������   Sc  CO.  Heclle^y B. C  No F^reigrht ��������� No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  DYKE, EVANS (Sb CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver.  r  r    I  1 .:  ...THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JUNE i), 1910.  :T0wr,; 8w������ W&'m&i  P. H. IJnrsoriM, of 01al!H,-:was in to;w,p  this-week,;'&?. 01.- ������������������'-���������-'������������������    -ir  . pporatitin... For* a time it'-wiis doubtful  wiietli't'i* he would come out of the  anc'sthesiai but h������ did and '"seenied to  ���������rt'is4IdtI>Hb^t;uicet.:m:;i,iid H?ut$ ''f,Hi^f<jJ| tne wo^-fee; and had notvsiiffl-'  "���������-*"-'��������� (:iniit strength left; to' rally. His i 11���������  ���������riess wliic'h bi'gtfrrlast September-took  the form of wet-ple-iirisy and the ineap-  urcK takeii^ t'heij fociiiis.'relie.f appealed  to haye. been: incoinplete and did not  a<*'*oiLipijsh';, the phjeiVt intended. The  funeral'oYi "F^i-iciay last was largely  attended for the hoy was well liked in  .'    ,-        i ,-'v ,,-'���������������������������.���������  the^(twni;ijt������<additi'oii ��������� to,the sylnpathy,  '.\hichf his"*long illness",nid the patience  with wh|c_h. j[t-Wiib borne,  had cie.ited.  will  try '.conclusions at   Iw'seb-i'l; oh  Sunday. ; , ��������� " '  Henri "U. Ron.s^eau has been; <,ng.-:g-  ed during the past week"'pa in ting-the  hospital.     ���������'' -    - -   -. ���������..-.  Mr. Davidson,  repriw-itiii,'    'iiiil;!>V  ������������������',. Davidson  <te Wright, ' ������*������-,o)<v-.-iii'   sta-  tioners, of Vanoouvei-, way in town on  Monday. '  '    , -  Hugh Megr.Mv eanie m.i fioiu  Camp ilcKiniiey Imsj wo-l. .-.iid i*  .spending.! fvw day-Willi hi* '*",thci*  and ������-iritet.  Mi";. Heveley letuined on -Tiifsday  from K/'iemeos w\ei *��������� -he h <-l one lo  attend tlie weddh.-g ,\ wc^k .* .o, arid  reports having a good time.  Mr. A. Civemi.uf lelion.-J Jtoiu  IjOoinis this wi ek and is e>:i������������*-r.ling  sonic othi'i.s in shortly Io fopf. v with  him and look over the earn.') a littl<;  fin ther.  During the past week the,loeal disciples of Isaac Wall on have, beenj  tempting the finny tribes anil some  have sticeeeded in .getting some niee  strings. ,  The agen<;y for, Keivmeos. JJedley  and Princeton for the splendid "Esti-  rno" Havana cigars has been secured  by Rolls & Co., of Hedley, who have a  well assorted stock on hand for wholesale and retail.  Messrs. John Lind and Geo. -Walker  returned on'Thnr������day .last after a trip"  up to the 'Portland ,Canal district/  whioli they found very much overrated in their opinion cind concluded not  to stay. Joe Rotherham who went  with them went on to Prince Kupeit.  L. C. W. Rolls is developing into a  crackerj.ick golfer. This week he he-  came ambitious and challenged Hincks  for firstplacc and the first round resulted in a tie. This is calculated to make  the game more interesting and some  loyal tussle*, may be looked for during  .the deason. ' -     ....,.-.,-  H. A. Hinekshas made a new mile-  post in local golf, having succeeded in  heating the new bogey by one stroke,  making the round of seven holes in 34.  The old bogev was 44 and this was cut  down to 85. Considering the difficult  character of some of tho'holes* and the  number of hazards which beset the'uri-  wnry and the "unlucky,;, this is a score  .... that is not likely to be beaten by any  other; player forsome time.   .  The six who were concerned in the  matter of taking the law into their  own hands at Penticton " when ' they  threw the editor of the Press into a  duck pond were fined $10 and costs  each. Stipendiary Magistrate Guernsey had no alternative, for all. who  take the law into their own hands  render themselves liable, and law and  order must he maintained no matter  how great may be the provocation  which prompted the violence.  If the hens have a union or protec-,  tive association of any kind, Martin  Oarscellan has a, hen that is in danger  of being fired out of the. same. This  heii persists in. supplying a brand of  hen fruit that is three inches long and  contains two yolks. If any more of  them start this sort of thing it will he  necessary for the rest to get their*  heads together and establish a standard weight and size of egg that must  not he exceeded or the trade will he  ruined.  King George's birthday, June 3rd,  was proclaimed a public holiday and  all 'government offices were closed, hut  banks and business houses did not  close and but for tlie Hying of the flag  by those who were aware of the fact  that the holiday had been proclaimed  or who happened to remember the  ���������date, there was little to show that it  was a holiday. Later on when the  public become more conversant with  the date it will doubtless be more generally observed.  The death of Edgar "Woodward  which occurred on Thursday morning  of last week at the hospital was learn-  KEEp YOUR EYES ON ; > ^  PHiEJKEL  WATCH XT GROW  The children of the. day school and  -"linday school attended in a body and-  a -h'6iVsVrvic'('\Vas held in the church,  conducted������ by R'"V- Mr. Kinney. The  bereaved family and especially the in-  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.  valid mother  pathy of all  have the heal ti'elb svin-  In Ilcalcy on .Tiinp '-2nd, 1910. Haiold TCdgiir  Wc.sJoyWoijdjwinl', tigurt 11 yens. 10 months  "���������ina* y'duj e.  CANADA SHOULD BEWARE  .f-l-  >  Hon.'-R.-'-ll. .Borden- Gives Timely Warning to Avoil Entanglement for Com.--  ing Reciprocity Negotiations  ed with general regret and with some  surprise on the part of those who had  no'Jlenrned of the critical turn which  his illness had taken a few days before  On the day before Dr. McEwen had  him taken to the hospital where an  operation was performed which consisted in the removal of portions of  four ribs, and so weakened had the  little patient become with his long illness of nine or ten months that, the  doctor had grave doubts as to whether  he would survive the operation hut his  condition was such that it was the  ���������only chance for* him and* if. he managed to survive the anasthesia there  might he a possibility of his youth  and good spirits pulling him through  when  relief was   given  through   th  " mtau'a,J'-Ma'y'2a-^fr':vR'"L\ Borden  at the end of "tIies"*"sMon spoke very  clearly on- the*-*sub"fWt!*x*r������f"reciprocity  negotiations which the Laurier Government has promised to enter 'into  with the United States.   He said:  .���������  ' No one is more*, desh-ous than I ami  i *      .���������       .    -     ���������    ������   > ��������� i  for .good 'rela.Uons.re.&pecting .tr-ade.or  any other matter between this country  or the empire a"ft a whole aiid the United States of America. But we have nth  er considerations.  "We have considerations of Canada  and of Caniida'* relations to the empire as a whole. .      .    ' -     '.  ���������'1 am one who believes that the  British empire is not very well organized. It is more a. disorganization  than an organization .to-day, having  regard to the utter absence of any ef-  feetive co-oper*ation up to the present  time of trade, and having regard also  to the lack of organization up to the  present,time, or almost,up to the present time, in matteis of defence.    '  "Now, Ibelieye .it to be the desire, of  everv man in this country .who has  considered this' subject with ciiiy at-  teh't'iorV that we' rhav'Vit sor'iie time in  the future, a;iid I hope- in the not too  distant future,..bring about a system  of mutual trade , preferences within  the empire, arid 1 would say. to tlie  ge'ntlerheiv upon tlie treasury benches  that an}* negotiations which 'they enter into with-the -United States ought,  to be subject ;to:,that consideration  above fill.       ., ; . .       ;  ' "We ought riot''to place ourselves in  any position 'by "any negotiations  which would hamper,our future fiscal  iictiorf with '.regard to any country, in  tlie'world. .*'-'"  "Especially we ought not to enter  any negotiations,as will prevent the  consummation Hif-that great idea  wIiichMr. Chamberlain presented to  the people of the -British.Isles and to  the people of the empire some few  years ago, arid which' I hope may htive  its consummation and realization, be-'  fore many years are pass'ed. "I think  it would be a fatal mistake for the  government of this country, whatever  party might be in power, to embark  upon any such negotiations as Avo'iild  'hamper or prevent tlie consummation  of that great ideal,  "I desire' as much as any man may  desire the extension of the trade of  this country, bnfc'.T desire also the  maintenance of our own industries in  this country, the maintenance of our  own fiscal autonomy, the maintenance  of our* own industries in this.country,  agricultural, industrial, and of every  other description.  "I desire last, but not least, that the  fiscal freedom of this country shall be  so maintained that Canada shall be at  liberty at all times .in the future to  enter into the great scheme of mutual  trade preferences between the mother-  country and all the dominions of the'  empire by which the whole empire  will he bound together not only by  ties-of .sentiment, hut by ties of interest and of trade to the great good, not  only of the mother* country, but to  the great good of every dominion of  the empire and to the- enormous advantage of this great Dominion of  ours."  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE MDIH Cm TOWNSITE C0I  ' F. H./French, Secretary'and Manager       ,  -  It  *.!:--?  HEDLEY, B.  ;&������0}m  Wire Wound and Continuous  WOOD STAVE   PIPE  For Irrigation, Power, and Waiter Systems .  Write for Catalogue >  THE DOMINION WOOD PIPE CO., Limited  .;    New Westminster, B. C.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.    '  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work,  Promptly attended to*.  Pipe-fitting done.    \  ��������� ������  ��������� Come in and look at our ���������  WATER NOTICE  "VTOTICIK iKlicroby:Riven that an ."sipplic'iit'ion  -*-*    will be iiiiulc under nurt.V. of- tho '��������� Water  Aet. IfXIil,"-to>'obtain a Huohee in tlie Similkit-  inccn DiviKion of Yale District.  -���������\ pproxiuintcly the number of inhabitants 2;"������  (bC- Tlie niiuib of.tlic lake. Stream or'source  (if .iitiiiuined. the deserition is) spi-iiiff unnamed  on'PK51i;s.    ���������  (e) The 'poiiit of diversion at overflow of-said  spring:- -  (d) The. quantity of water applied for (in  cubie foot- per seeond) 1-20 cubic foot.  (e)' The character of the' proposed Works,  pipe line.  (f) The premises on which the water is to be  used (describesame) J're Kmptioii No. 4087.  (g\ The purposes for which the water is to  bo used-Domestic and Irrigation. -.-.-.  . (h) If for iri-ifration describe the latid;iiitcnd-  ed to be irritcated, gi vinjr acreage aboiifc a'acres  on Pre emptioii Xo-lO.-'T.  (j) Area of Crown land intended to be occupied by the proposed works���������none.  (k) This ��������� notice was posted oil the 17th clay  of "Vlay, 1910 and application will be made to  the Commissioner on the 17th day of .June 1910.  (1)' Give thir'namoK and addresses-of any  riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose  lands are likely to bo ett'eeted by the proposed  works, cither above or below the outlet. I*'. A.  Ford.  K. I*. HOWARD  ,  Allen Grove. B.C.  ������IXiXiS  I Carpets -am  ���������  ���������   ���������.tlie Excellent.Designs and Colorings will sell them.  *���������:-.���������-:  We have just opened ;a Complete New Stock of .���������  Imported1 Linoleums, Tapestry Carpet Squares, and ���������  Axniinster and Velvet Rugs.  ���������  All we ask is that you come in and look at them ^  ���������  ! S h a t fo f d s, Ltd.!  '���������'.������������������������������������ ���������  ���������������������������������������������*������������������-���������-���������������������������������������������-*���������������������������***���������***������������������������������������**���������  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  \VKSTMOKLA.\'I> Mineral Claim situate  in  the Osoyoos miniiifr division  of Vale District.     Where located :Susap (.'reek, .Similkameen. ,  rrAKI<: XOTICK that I.  K. II.'Parkinson Krce  L       Miner's Certillciite .Vo.   HHI2.SS.   intent].  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certiltcat.e of fmprovo-  iniaits.  for the purpose ofobtaining a Crown'  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is-  sutneeof such Certificate of. Improvements.  Dated this H)th day oC'March, A. D.'l'HO.  '���������������������������'-. li. H. PARKINSON    .  ,%D."l'raitlnvaitc, Agent.  GOOD PRINTING     f  st  FOR  Goiiimereial Printinfo  TRY THE  "Gazette JoD Dept.  BOW KEE  TaundryT  Wasliing c*nlled for and delivered. Satisfaction Guaranteed  Hedley,  B  C  TENDERS FOR MEAT  OKALKDTKNDHKS will be received by the  "^ undersigned up to Monday, .iiine 'Jflth, for  year's supply of meat. Lowest or any tin.Ui  not necessarily accepted. Full , artieulars mi  iipplieiition to  Dai.v Reciuci-iox Co.  Hedley, IJ.'C.  as  %  $  at  at  ���������K  i  s  $  at  Bt  at  at  as  as  at  at  tt  as  *  A3  Such as You should use; when you want  to make an  impression  on   customers.  Is Only Obtained  By using modern type faces on good stock  Tho  Gazette   Job   Department  is prepared to turn it .out for you  Patronize tti& Horne- Shop  "Vou lA/iant Home- Trade.  X  X  ;  X  X  X  X  fr&Vi^lAlAW&WAytWtt'****^***^^^  THE RIVERSIDE NURSERIES        @  Grand Fdrks,B,C.    Comprising 100 acres  L*u*ge������t growei's of Niirsevy Stock in Britis Columbia. All  stock wintered in oiu* cellars and no danger* of buying winter*  killed twos.  Buy Bi itisli Coluinbiagrown trees for British Columbiaorchar'ds  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.  JUNE 9, 1910.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen---- Famed for Fruit Growing,  Town and Lower Valley.  Mrs. Keveley, of Hedley, who has  boen visiting Mrs. Lowe at the ranch  returned home on Tuesday.  Those who heard the Stuttz Opera  company during their last appearance  here will be pleased to learn that they  are again billed to play at the Centre.  The death of John Brown, from  consumption, occurred at Keremeos  Centre on Wednesday, morning of  last. week. Deceased was living alone  in a little shack near the hall. He was  formerly engaged on the, ditch gang  for the Keremeos Land Company.  Mrs. S. L. Smith and Misses Gertrude and Marjory, of Hedley have  been spending a couple of days' in  Keremeos the guests of Mrs. Daly.  While here they attended the musical  concert given by the Eckhardt icom-.  pany. '     ;  George Woolgar has purchased from  Manuel Barcello the corner building  opposite the Big Store, formerly occupied as a barber .shop and recently  by Mi's. Barber as a residence. . Mr.;  Woolgar will use it as a temporary  residence.  The annual meeting pf: St. John's  Church Woman's Guild will be held in  the Mission room at 3 o'clock-in the  afternoon on Thursday, June. 16th, for  the purpose of selecting   officers for  ensuing year sind submitting :the annual report for last year.,,'-.All church  women are cordially :invite<3 txrattend.-  ���������    - -': Y - ��������� -:'i ���������; *t r   .t 2 ���������  Last Thursday while engaged in  breaking a colt Rob McCurdy was  thrown frb'm'-'the wagon aimong the  horses feet and hitdly pounded. He  was placed aboard the- west bound  train and taken to the Hedley hospital suffering severe pains and apparently seriously injured.  While at   Sicainous Junction   last  week we noticed  that the large sign;  board placed at that point by the B.C.  Fiuitland Company and directing the  land seeker to the Similkameen valley  has been destroyed.     A rise in   the;  lake had detached a boat house from  its moorings and in its course it had  carried away the sign-board. An effort  should be made to have another sign-,  board ertected in its place.  Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Clarke, the  genial host and hostross at the half  way house to Penticton are able.to  supply.their guests these days with a  ��������� delicacy in the way of an abundance  of fine fresh salmon trout. These are  secured in the small creek that runs  past their house bv thesirnple process  of.spearing and the supply is only  limited by the deniard. Each year at  this season the fish, many of which  weigh as high as >ix and seven pounds  each, come up the stream to spawn.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Clarke and Benny-  left on Wednesday of last, week.for  the Cariboo country where they will  spend the' summer. Mr*. Clarke has  arranged with J. Knudson and H.  Meausette to complete the work on  his house which is not quite finished,  He hopes to dispose of his interests in  the Cariboo and take up his permanent residence here in September.  They were accompanied as far as Ash-  croft by Albert Flynn, Mrs. Clark's  . brother, who after a short visit at  Vancouver will go east.  The Eckhardt musical company appeared in the town hall on Monday  evening and more than justified the  good things that the Press of the province has been saying about them. The  quality and variety of the music they  produced was a source of enjoyment  and wonder to the slim audience which  greeted their appearance here. The  rather* disagreeable weather conditions no doubt kept many at home  but even under these conditions the  high quality of the entertainment  which this company put up entitled  them to a much better house.  J. J. Armstrong, who has been in  communication with the department  of agriculture with reference to securing the jars and preservatives necessary for preserving small fruits for*  exhibition purposes informs us that all  arrangements are about complete and  invites the co-operation of growers in  securing suitable samples of small and  perishable fruits for* preservation. It  is intended to get as varied and choice  a collection as possible for use at all  the leading fairs throughout the  country, including the big national  apple show. Every rancher and fruit  grower who has any extra good samples of fruit should submit them.  A petition, asking to have one of the  experimental fruit stations which the  provincial   government, purposes   establishing at various points throughout the fruit districts of the province,  located    here,    is    being    circulated  among, the fruit growers here.   That  such a petition should be necessary bespeaks a deplorable lack of knowledge  on the part of those at the head of the  department of agriculture of the conditions existing in  the interior .of the  province; provision being made for the  establishing of no.less than three of  these stati.ous. in the- Okanagan valley  and none*  in this valley.     Apparently  we must fight for our rights and every  person directly or indirectly interested  in the production of fruit in this, place,  and   the .prosperity, of the district  should see that his_or.he.iv name.is appended to tlie list.     Those who are  circulating.. jthe^pefition-wilVendeaypr  :tptpresent/;jt?tP?:_everybod^(^u^W:a^>y^  are hotuapprpached'theyt;should jt������ike!  rt upon - themselves <<iq fseie itlntfcft theiii  himie ;is placed-ithereon.;;:. A /largely;  signedVpctiUpiicwill g^f������P t������1vards s*e4  curing-i^vhatj;is idesiredWahd ..w'hiijtin  common;, justice -shouM^bejcoming -tp  this important frriit district.  We are pleased to note the interest  that is being manifested  by the fruit  growers of Keremeos in  the National  Apple Show: to be held  at.Vancouver  this fall.   Citizens at the  coast  are  contributing their time and money towards making this a*big-success audit'  is only proper  that the  fruit produc-:  ing districts of (the'mtei'irjr shoul&leiid  their assistance  fe'yT putting   up   the  very, best.exhibits' possible," for after  all they stand to benefit-most directly  from it.     In order to make. the most  of the' ^opportunity now is the ti me to  start in, .  Much can** be- accomplished  ih the way of'producing a high grade  of apple' by it"little extra care during-  the growing time... Propercultivation  spraying- and thinning pftheiruit so  that the trees will have just the righiV  amount of fruifc to mature to profec>  tion are means   toward the end.   UsU'  ally the trouble, and expense, connected with the- proper* selection, packing,,  transporting and placing of the exhibits at some more or less distant fair  proves an   insurnipuntable   obstacle,  but in the case of Keremeos at theiapr  proaching national apple   show   this  has been removed.     Mr-W. H. Armstrong has come forward, with a generous offer to stand all expense in this  connection,  and ; to - engage  the*.best  man available to select and exhibit the  fruitrthe full Value of all prizes won  to go directly to the person supplying1  the winning fruit.   Growers here may  now', go ahead  with  their efforts to  produce prize fruit,  secure in theas-  surance that the  produce will be placed on exhibition at what will undoubtedly prove the. greatest fruit fair ever  hejkl in Canada, and that without any  trouble to therhselves further' than the  production of the fruit.  j. a; BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, customs bkokekagk,  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.  HATS&SHOES  We have a large range of Hats and Shoes that we  are selling at cost to make room for new goods.  If you are in need of anything in the above line  we will be pleased to show: you the goods and quote  you prices.  Now is the time to get ready for harvest; We  have all. kinds of McCorraick Machine extras and can  supply your wants without delay.  Heavy Castor Machine Oil only 50c per Gallon  W  Notary'Public.  . " MINES  '���������j ;beaiv-estate!;.-';; ':':[:.  Agcnt-forv:;- :  ���������".'.:      " London i &��������� Lancashire Fireilns. Co.  .'���������'���������'       . Oeciu^,Aooideiib.-*.������iid.:Guarantee Co.  ;:���������'-      .       KEREMEOS;' B.C. !  Keremeos-PeiitictOu Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. iri'.j arriving in  Keremeos at noon. ' . ���������;  ... . W..E. Welbv, Proprietor.  FRANK RICHTER & CO  KEREMEOS,, - - . B. C.  m  8f  i  >wt-t^*^t<������.������WH������WH^*w������w������tn>u*:>w������t  kEREflE-OS  MEAT   MARKET  1*1. C. McAULEY  Successor to  EM. CROOKER  Formerly Geo. Cawston  -j^'kkii'to'itMMMMMifik^MW^'-t^-^k'M  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  COrOWNERS  When in Keremeos stop at the  Central Hotel  HARRY. TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus,to all trains  B. C. Fruit Lands; Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  5''���������  m  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  MARRIED.  On June 1st, 1910 at St. John's. Church, Keremeos, B. G., by tho Rev. A. H. Ransomo  assisted by the Bev; A. H. Cameron, Max  Bethunc Kwart, Esq., son of Cliurles Kwart  TCsq..of Sidmonth. South Devon, England,  and Mrs- Kwart, to Margaret Emily youngest daughter of the late William Hamilton:  Lowe, Esq., and Mrs." L������ we. of Keremeos.  : To I). J. Ptirdy, Robert. Wisely, and W. A.  Chester, or to any person or persons to whom  they may have transferred their interests in  the Borden. .Hope and Laurier mineral claims  situate nt the. mouth -of Tcnns Creek in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  .  ��������� You and each of you are hereby notified that  we have expended three hundred and seven  dollars and fifty cents in labor and improvements onthc above mentioned claims in order  to hold tho said claims under the provisions of  the Mineral Act, the said labor, being done for  the year ending 5th of August; 1909,: and if  within 00 days from the date of this notice, you  fail or refuse to contribute yourporportion 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 "Mineral Act Amendment  Actl!X)0.  ' Dated this 1st day of April, 1910. . :  GEO. STEED.  J.W.SINCLAIR  ft;  Can .you do better vwith yoiir savings by  sending them; outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more, or less hazardous, than by investing them* at Jiome.in something that is as  safe as the bank, and at. the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  We  offer no  land but;, yvhat has ^the  water already on it ?  Fruit��������� Lots, of any size to suit your means;  at $175; 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  NOTICE  OSOYOOS LAN'D DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK S1MILKA.MEKN  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  HUMMING BIRD FRACTIONAL, LOOKOUT  SNOWELAKE, GOLDMAN, MOUNTAIN  VIEW,   FORTY-NINE   and    MOTHKR  LODE,   Mineral   Claims,   situate  in   the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located: Cam]) Hedley.  'PAKE NOTICE that I, Ainslcy Mograw,  F.  x    M. C. B96182, agent for L. H. Patten F. M.  C. No. flH151 dated May aitli. 1909 and Frederick  Stone F. M. C. No. It,  210-19, dated May 31st,  1909. intend, sixty days from date hereof, to  applo to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  or Improvements, For tlie purposo of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, nndor  section 37, must be connhonced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this second day of May A. D. lfllo.  17-10 AINSlEY MEGRAW  agent for L.H. Patten and Frederick Stone,  TOMMY SING  Contracts for Work  Land scrubbed or any kind of work by  contract at reasonabhi rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China.  SING LEE  LAUNDRY  Work called for and delivered.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Keremeos, B.C.  TUVKE NOTICE tnat I, Frederick Charles  x Wilson of Vancouver, B. C. occupation  school teacher, intend  permission  to apply for pc  to purchase tho following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted  south cast-post of Lot '236a tin  bosidc  tho  ....... lence north twenty  chains; thence west about five chairs to tho  east boundary of the One Horse Mineral  Claim; thence south twenty chains; thence  east about Jive chains, to point of commencement.  FUKDKrtrCK ClIAKLKS WlLSO>f  Vincent O. Wilson, Agent.  March 8th. 1910. U-10  Keremeos Land Co*, Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  @  ������;  ������  ������,  @;  ������,  ���������,.-���������  @  ������ .  PLUMBING v.  WARM- AIR  HEATING  AND  40 Great Tears  And 1909 Best of AH  With over Eight Mrllions of new  business written in Canada  alone in 1909.  Began business in 1870 with assets $0,210, and now the assets  are over $14,000,000.  Canada's Dig Popular Company  Chosen alike by rich and poor.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. HEGRAW, Local Agent.  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  as**--'*- ���������  Orders  by Mail will receive  Prompt. Attention  .  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  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  Confectionery  POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION  A. J.  SAUNDERS  Keremeos.  Your Paoronage Solicited,  isf.action Guaranteed.  Sat-  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  Keremeos Trading 60.  Retail   and   Wholesale  of General Merchandise  ���������flLWflYS PLEASED TO SHOW GOODS  G.  G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  When answering   ads.   plesae  mkntion this papek.


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