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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVEBTISER.  Volume VII.  HEDLEY, E.G., THUESDAY, JULY 27. 1911.  NUMIiER  2(.).  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  $  [18 years' practice in Vuiicouver.l  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Murk Block  PENTICTON,      -c    -      B. C  JflS. GLflME  UJatcJ-irri-alce-r  HBDUIBY, B.C  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel."  Rates Moderate.  A. Barnes, Prop.       Pentjctox, B.C.  "7TT  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC    v  Conveyancer, Real Estate. Mines,  Crown   Grants  Applied   For  Under Land Aet and  Mineral Aet.  Agent for:  jjfiitual 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.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  JR. H. EOGEKS,  M.A., B.C.I,.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, '?  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  rand Union  otel  HEDLEY, B.C.  first Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  Stocks mines  Ihi&rlo&rt B. Brown  Broker  MEMBER   VANCOUVER  MINING EXCHANGE  18 Pender St. W. Vancouver*.  Write nre nbbut your claims  A. F. &~ A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley hodgo No. 13, A. F. & A. M.',  arc hold on tho second Friday in  Bich month in P'ratornity hall, Hedley. Visiting  tcthrun aro cordially invited to attend.  K. FRASER,  W. M  J. A.  SCHUBERT,  Secretary  L. O. L.  Regular monthly mootings of  Hedley Lodge 17-1-1 aro hold on  the third Monday in every  |t*^WiifS������^l������lno1''''1 '" Fraternity Hall. Visit"  f\g brethern aro cordially invited to attend.  JOHN .1 AiWIESON, "W. M,  WM. LONSDA LE. See't.  K. V. TO BE RUSHED  New Section  Let  From   Bull Creek to  Summit Wil Be Covered With  Camps in Six Weeks  The Kettle Valley lines have awarded to the L. M. Rice Co. of Vancouver,  the contract for the construction of 40  miles of main line from Bull creek to  Summit, near the headwaters of the  west fork of the Kettle river. The  same firm has just completed grading  the section from Midway to Bul.1 creek  and 20 miles of track has also been  laid. The distance from Summit to  to Penticton is only 3o miles. A member of Rice & Co. has stilted that work  on the new contract will be rushed  without delay. The' next six- weeks  will be devoted to establishing con-,  struction camps and shipping in grading outfits. The section connecting  with' the C. Pl'R. at-Merritt in the  Nicola' valley and extending south to  the headwaters of the Coldwater river,  on Hope summit, a distance of <10  miles is under construction. The track  has been laid for over 20 miles.  MORE  ABOUT    HIDDEN   CREEK  Extent  of the  Property���������Plans for Ore  Treatment Indicate a New Departure  in Granby Company's Policy  JULY ROD AND GUN  ^'Following the, Fur Trails" a story,  of the far north  of interest to every.  Canadian  opens  the July number of  Rod nnd Gun.in Canada, published by  W. J. Taylor Ltd., Woodstock, Out.  In   this story, JVIr.- R.-.1 .-Taylor,.- who  was   engaged   on  the Hydro-graphic.  Survey, relates interesting" incidents  of the eight months' stay of the party,  engaged.in survey work in the neighborhood of Hudson's Bay and tells of  an attack  upon  the  camp  of Polar  bqars.   He gives particulars of the fine,  trapping in which the party engaged  and the excellent results of this portion of their work.     The   strenuous  outward journey from Fort Nelson to  Winnipeg supplies excellent reading.  There  is much  variety in the other  stories,  both  fishermen  and hunters  receiving due   attention   and   stories  and experiences from  the far east as  well as from the far west are included.  They hmiton horse-back in British Columbia shoeing.the-difference in the  conditions between those prevailing in  that Province and  those existing in  Eastern  and Centr.*;l.Canada.   There  is niucli   more of interest   to   every  sportsman in  this;number.'- It should  be found in every  summer camp,, no  pleasanter    companion'   for    whiling  away a pleasant,hour is heeded.  HOMEWARD BOUND  Premier McBride Left Britain on 2ist.  Attorney-General Comes Later  Hon. Premier and Mrs. McBride and  Mr. 'Lawrence McRae will sail for  home from Liverpool on the 21st inst.  Hon./Mr. Bowser will remain in London rintil August 5th, in order to personally appear,in support ,of the,province in several pending appeals to the  Privy Council, notably with respect  to-water, jurisdiction in the Dominion  railway belt and possibly the disputed  mutter of the fisheries jurisdiction.  Jay P. Graves interviewed in Spokane concerning the Granby Company's new purchase of the Hidden  Creek Mines said:  "Prior to the New York Meeting of  directors, at which it was decided to  take up our bond on the Hidden Creek  six engineers examined the property  for ns. Their* reports showed from 6,-  000,000 to 12,000,000 tons of ore in sight.  This proved it to be at least as.biga  property as our Phoenix mines and  put the matter of handling its product at our Grand Forks plant entirely out of the question.  "Most of our development work to  date has been" by means of diamond  drills. ' The best results we obtained'  came from diamond drill No. 19 which  showed an ore body 300 feet wide, containing a paystreak 100' feet wide,  which averaged more than 0 per cent  in copper. .  "With a view to determining where  the smelter' shall lie located, whether  at the mine, Ptincc Rupert or some  other point on the coast, our consulting engineer*. W. Y. Williams, now  is in Northern British Columbia investigating the available ore supply from  other mines in that! section-and  Alaska. .   *  "'The other problems .entering into  the.determination of the'location and  capacity! of the smelter-are, being investigated by our assistant'manager,  Mr. Frank'- M. Sylvester. _*' Should the  site at"GooseBav be-finally chosen we  have there plenty of land, timber and  .water power. Hithei to, we hilye paid  little attention to the custom smelting  business, but hereafter- we intend to  go extensively into that business, both  at Grand Foaks and our new smelter,  wherever it may be located".  '-' ������������������  "The surprising rest-i'ltis. obtained  from our development <work to date is  responsible for the purchase of the  Rodger*^ {nterest, which we. did hot-at  first take under bond: i Now, however^  the erit'ire property ''l^longs to' the  Granby. company. .._Mr. 0.;B. Smith',  hitherto superinten'deht'ofburiPhoenix  mine, has been appointed .superintendent of;the Hidden Creek thine'? with  an assistant at each mine.  BY RAIL TO HUDSON BAY  Report Issued  Regarding Timber Along  Route  Estimation of the timber along the  proposed route of the Hudson Bay  Railway was tlie main object of a  party sent out during the summer of  1910 by the Forestry Branch of the De-  partmenLof Inteiior. The report of the  head of the party (Mr. J. R'. Dickson,  B.'S. A., B. S. P., Asm. Inspector of  Forest Reserves) has just been published.  At intervals of three to six miles  along the route lines were run by compass at right angles to the route of  travel. Each forester- worked alone  and covered, on the average, four to  six miles per day.  ESTIMATE OF THE TIMI5EK  Tlie total number of ties available  in the district traversed is estimated  at 3fl0"00fJ; these, at 3,000'to the mile,  would be sufficient for about 120 miles  of road. The saw-timber totals about  nine and st half million feet, board  measure. Dead tamarack and the  largest of the close-grained black  spruce could be used for pile timber.  There is an immense supply of fuel-  wood and pulpwood, biit a good deal  of the young timber is too small, as  yet even for pulpwood.  TIMBER   KILLED HY FIRE AM) INSECTS  1 The chief reason for- the comparative small supply or timber- in the  district is the fact that fires have so  often run over it. The greatest of these  jriccurred, respectively, eighty and  forty -years ago and few parts of the  region explored escaped these.  " The/" attacks of insects have also  caused much loss of. .timber in" the  l-egion. Bark beetles are the greatest  offenders.  PMftCfc  bivery, Feed & Sale Stables  HEDLEY   B. O.  ���������ft A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   ���������' Orders for* Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Gompanij.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon.   Ii  INNIS  BROS. Proprietor.  A. C*. STl'DD  HAUOI.D  MAV.NK IJALV  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock Exchange  ^ealjEstate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  1  i  !  738 Hastings Street \V  Opposite New Post Ollieo  P. O, PON !)()()  ancouver,  B. C.  iurne, Temple & Tunbridge  j        Solicitors, Notaries Public,  ' Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Loeal Camp meets in Fraternity Hall  the tirstand third Thursdays in the month.  G��������� McEaciikun ���������*���������"��������� E. Hamilton'  Counsel Clerk.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENCINEEK and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Burlding  Princeton  DU/JNCAN ROSS REpTViyUS  Indications That He   May   Break  Into  Politics in the; North 'Country  ���������_-,.: (jRrinco Rupert Journal)  The announcementTof Hon. AVilliam  Tenipleinan that he will/hot accept  nomination in Comox-Atlin at- the  .next' election, comes somewhat ���������*���������*���������������������������*' a  surgrjse, as it .was felt* thrit,after his  recent] visit to-the riding lie was prepared to cbntest the seat.' I,t mast be  admitted _thatthe riding\has some terrors, ;'altogether apart from those  which pertain to the political side, for  ,a man who has reached Mr. Tenrple-  ninn's age and who has little liking for  a vigorous campaign as he has. There  is a large area to cover* in the district  and the minister might well feelafraid  to face it.  AVith his retirement there is naturally Speculation as to who will receive  the nomination. The name of Duncan  Ross is freely used and there are many  in the Liberal party who are anxious  to see him enter the contest.  On the other* hand. William Sloan  has a number* of supporters who feel  that if he desires to reenter politics he  should have first choice. This they  base on the action he took when Hon.  Mr. Templeruan was defeated and it  became necessary to find a seat for  liini if the portfolio was to remain  witli B. C Mr. Sloan magnanimously  retired and undertook to have the  minister returned.  It is probable that Mr. Sloan may  be the candidate therefore.  ���������   PREVENTION OK. KIKES  ���������The prevention of fire in this district is a problem of the greatest difficulty; Throughout the region there  are practically no inhabitants, and the  area, is of such vast extent that, if a  fire once starts, the chances of stopping it, even with good patrol system,  'would be far from bright. Indians in  jthis region seem much more careful  with fire than the white men.  KATE OK GROWTH  Some attention was paid by the  foresters to the calculation of the rate  of growth of the different trees.  This was found to be slow, chiefly  op account of the cold wet soil which  results from lack of drainage throughout the region.  HOW PAST DO TREES GROW  In one hundred years white spruce  reaches a diameter of eight to twelve  inches, poplar of eight "to ten inches  and black spruce of four to fiye inches.  Jack pine will not average six inches  in diameter.  The author's conclusions in regard  to the  timber are not very optimistic  There is probably enough timber  available to build the rough construction work of the Hudson Bay _ Railway  is as far* as he permits himself to go.  The topography, soil, vegetation and  climate of the country are briefly referred to, also the resources of the  country in regard to agriculture, minerals, fish, game and fur animals.  HEDLEY NOW ON MAP  The Minister of Mines report for 1910  is to hand and the map accompanying  it this time has Hedley marked on it  for which we now give full credit.  One more correction is necessary to  give Hedley tlie credit and pi ominence  that is due  the camp and  that   is to  put it where  it  belongs  which is  in  the Similkameen.  The Lord placed Hedley  in the  Siniilkaineen  Valley but the Piovincial  Mineralogist appears  to  know   more  about it than the Lord does and persists in   having the  returns of output  from this camp credited to the Boundary district and the  report of progress of the camp itself appears urider  thepage heading ���������"Boundary District".  ' Qf course- in one way it doesn't matter so  much now  as it  did before for  nobody  but the  Provincial  Mineralogist  himself seems  to care any  more-  whether  the output of the   camp  is-  concealed or not. '. Under- the reign of  the   choleric   fidgety   Mr.- Ross   the-  classification    and    manipulation    of  figures so as to conceal the output of  this camp in all official reports appeared to' be of more importance than"the  finding of ore or development' of the  mine and hi:  was able to  impress the  Provincial  Mineralogist in   like  man-,  ner. ��������� "The evil that men do lives after  them,  the good  is oft interred  with  their bones," so  it has turned  out to  be with F. *A. Ross for here long after  he is gone and his policy of silly mystery,  and .secrecy,. have   disappeared  from about the  premises aud are all  but forgotten  like" himself,  the Mines  Repoi;t compiled by his  too apt pupil  continues  to''make the Nickel  Plate  mine and its output do the ostrich act  with  its  head (see page K12)   thrust  under a thick layer of "Boondary District" sand   and its   rump  and   tail  feathers (see page K.125) in full  view  except for the light sprinkling of a  similar kind of sand   represented in  the prtge heading symbolical of the  salt with  which  the compiling bird  may have  been  captured in   the first-  place.  But some .may- say   "why    bother  with the matter any further when the  altered!-, .policy   of   the   Hedley   Gold  Mining Co.  enables the. output to be  known as shown  in the report of progress on  page R125?   . That is not the  question.     Justice is justice and.common sense is common sense; but where  is the justice in hayine" Camp Hedley's  annual output credited to the Bburi-i  dary  district as it is  on page  K12 by;:  including the amount in the total out-   ,  pub for the   Boundary .without   any.  -mention of the name Hedley and with  the name Sr'milkarneeh grouped witlv";"'  Continued on Page Two ���������'���������  WHE'N WILL THE ELECTION BE>  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  AVill be at Home office in Oroville, 1-st  to 14th of each month. .  ice  on  North   Main   Street.  Forty thousand men from the eastern provinces will be needed this year  for- the western harvests. Minister  Rodger's, of the Manitoba cabinet, did  good service by arranging with the  railways to take the men out on the  regular- trams .at the harvest excursion  rates without running all out by the  harvest excursion trains as in former  years..  OPPORTUNITIES IN THE NORTH  The encouraging experience of  prairie towns along the ('. P. It. is inducing many to invest in town lots in  new towns springing up along the  Grand Trunk Pacific and the Canadian Northern. Some of these new  towns will be railway divisional points  and are well worth investigating.  agents for   the   Grand  are giving the public all  through  Canada   an   opportunity   to  pur-chase lots   in  these  towns   at the  first selling price.  Those who niav want to invest can  examine maps and price lists at the  Gazette office where all the information we have at hand will be furnished.  The selling  Trunk Pacific  That is a question which is engaging the attention of politicians and  others. The activity of ministerialists  in putting candidates in the field, the  diligence of oiler Pugsley in operating  the Public Works lubricator and the  utterances of various ministers in admitting the possibility of a near election and in making the adniisson  throwing the blame upon their opponents, led a good many to expect the  election early this fall. The Globe  says they cannot be held before the  end of October and now Minister  Aylesworth rises to say that one or  two more sessions may yet be held before any Dominion ('lection can take-  place.  GENERAL NEWS  The approach of winter- is making  tlie coal strike take on a. much more  serious aspect. The governments of  the western provinces are asked to do  all in their power to aid in having a  supply of coal for the coming winter  provided for.  F. S. Hussey, superintendent of Provincial Police, died at AMctoria last  week. He had held the office, for  over' twenty years and was a very efficient officer until about, three years  ago when he had a rather serious illness which impaired his powers somewhat.  Out of *2(i0 cows inspected in the  dairies about Nelson 121 were found to  be infected with Bovine tuberculosis  and ordered to be killed. The meat of  marry of the animals adjudged tainted  with the disease was pronounced safe  for* consumption as the cooking would  destroy all the tuberculous germs.  The LeRoi mine at Rossland has:  been sold to the Consolidated Mining  and Smelting Co. for a quarter of a  million dollars. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY 27, 1911.  ������.-%,/������'I !*-'JA  *#���������  s^w ���������.ay^fe?-*^,  and  Similkamean Advertiser.  -\h-(I on Tliuistlayr!. by the Uicdi.kv Oazktti-.  I'KI.VrlNd A.VIl PUIII'.ISIIIXU UOMI'ANV,  LlJUTKl).   at   llcilluv. .11. ('.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year... I ..'.'. ...;.-..��������� 52.00  "���������(United States) '. .'2.50  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 lines to the.ii'ieli.,  Land Notices���������Cert ideates of iiiiprnvc-mcnt, etc.  SV.tO for liO-day notices, and S-5.00 for SO-day  ' notices.  Con'.rac.t Advertisements Unt: inch per month  ���������5I.*i">; overl inch and up to 1 inches, 81.(10  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  raking larger space than four inches, on  application', rates will he {riven, of reduced  charges, bused oil size of-spnec and length  of time.  Transient A'dvertisements���������not .i-xcccdih'tr one  inch, Sl.00 for one insertion.-'in cents for  ouch'������������������subsequent insertion. Over one inch.  10 cents per line for first insertion iuid-5  cents per line for each subsecpient insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the ortico by nobii/.on Tuesday to .secure  attention for .that week's issue.  "��������� Advertisements will tie changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra-  charge. For changes oftencr than once a month  he price of composition will be charged at  r.csular rates. : -     ''���������'���������'���������,; ���������-  A: MEGRAW. Managing "editor.  Full Moon  U  Last q uar.  .. IS!  fp:s.  1911.  JULY    .;         1911  Sun. Mon.  Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  ������������������.:;:���������"''        i  2     3  ���������1           5     .    0          7          S;  ���������!)���������    -10  11     12     13     14     15  .10     1.7  IS     19     20  , 21  ' 22  ���������23     21  25 I 20    ,27     2S  ,--29:.-  30     31  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  -���������'-���������"-The comments of socialist papers  and socialists in Canada on tl e execu-:  tion of', the murderer Edward Jar dine  which took place at Goderich recently  are not'of a nature to inspire much respect for socialist tenets from' the. law-  abiding citizens of Canada. Why. all  this .maudlin sympathy with a .in.ui-:  der-er of the vile type of character displayed by the miserable wretch' who  has. just expiated his crime on tlie gal  lows should lead devotees of the s.oci  ai'ist cuit m Canada to make outcry;  against his execution is a mystery.  The conduct displayed by the. murder-"  cr Jardirre all through hadn't ah apparently redeemable feature and was  marked by cowardice, of the most despicable type a.t every turn. Even going to the gallows he had to be administered morphine before he could  lie taken without his cowardice making a spactiicle of him and the morphine whs giyen in kindness. Btit apparently the more heinous the crime.  ;md the more cowardly the perpetrator the more loudly the ranting socialist will declaim in his behalf.  HEDLEY NOW ON  MAP  Continued from Pago one.  that of Nicola and Vermin .divisions  credited with not a single ounce of  gold lieai ing'oie*' or where is the coin-,  mon sense of pretending that Medley  is not in the Similkameen when it is-i"  If any kiddie on a geogiaph'y paper at  ,-i. promotion examination were to say  that Hedley. weie anywhere else than  in the Siinilkanieen he ��������� or she would  i-iiii the.'i-isk of being plucked,, but the  Provincial, Mineralogist ��������� can -bid defiance to geography.with impunity and  keep it up till the. crack of doom.   .  Suppose a capitalist  in London   had  heard that .Camp Hedley in the Siinilkanieen was a great producer, of gold  and that-the .stockholders in one of its  mines   were getting dividends at the  rate of 20 per cent per .antrum.-.  To  make sure.about it he goes  to "the: office of the Agent General and asks for  a copy   of the Mines report  arid starts  to look   up the Similkameen; to   see  about this production  which  permits  such a dividend distribution, and-what  does  he see ?     Now . rn   view of  the  ���������facts it does not require an; abnormal-,  lyelively imagination'for the. .foregoing  supposition   arid yet there are doubtless some, who may think we have-no  right to find fault with the. Provincial  Mineralogist or his reports in the man.  tier in which we have done..   It is four  or five years since the Gazette  began  complaining of this wrong   and    we  know that the representative for. Sim-  ilka meeri has also tried to have justice  done the camp in   the  matter of  the  Mines  report, but wilh the exception  of having to, change the map so as to  allow  Hedley  to be placed , on it    the  P.  M.   appears   to have   had  pretty!  much his own  way and "seems determined to maintain  his obduracy.   - Is  it any wonder then   that we find a. difficulty in discussing this matter at all  without allowing a note of impatience  to creep in? "'."''..'  *AT IT HERE SUICE J9M1.'  ,oow,  oo.Wd:  PUBLIC HIGHWAYS  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending  .July 22, 1911:  AT THE MINE  Maximum  82  74  77  72  70  02  25 .. 00  Average maximum temperature 71.85  Average, minimum do 13.71  Mean temperature ol.7S  Kainfall for the week     .0    inches.  Snowfall        "        " 0.0  COltKKSl'O.NDING  WKEK OK  LAST  VICAI4  Highest maximum temperature 7S.  July 10  17  IS  19  21)  21  Minimum  of  20  -13  ���������12  13  38  30  Pkovinck of British Columbia  ^OTICE is hereby given that all Public High-  ^ ways in unorganized Districts, and all  Main Trunk Koads in organized districts are  sixty-six feet wide, and have a width of thirty-  three feetou'eaeh side of the'mean straight  centre line of the travelled road.  i THOMAS TAYLOR  ���������JS-ll Minister of Public Works  P/epartmeni: of Public Works.  Victoria. 11. C��������� July 7th, lilll.  NOTICE  ���������SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK  VAT.K  TAKK Notice that Cecil C. Allen, of Fairview  ���������*���������        occupation ranelicr, intends to apply for  permission to . lease  the'following- described  land  Commencing at a i)ost,plautc,d 20 chairs north  easterly from the north west, corner of lot Hl!)7  thence 20 chains west-, thence-JO chains south,  thence SO chains east, thence 10 chains north,  thence 10 chains west, thence 20 chains south  to point of commencement, containing about  200 acres. ���������  '.    CKCIL .fcSMALLHN  April *J8ih. lilll ,    1S-10  TRY THE  Hedley Ga zette  for  Fine Job Printing  Average maximum  Lowest minimum  Average minimum  Mean  do  do  do  do  AT THE MILL.  Maximum  98  SO  88  88  92  72  //  OLSo  31.  37.42  .*il.l3  Minimum  62  r,-i  55  57  58  59  52  July 10  17  IS  19  20  21  22  Average maximum temperature 80.28  Average minimum do 5(5.71  Mean do 71.49  Rainfall for the week  O.OO inches  Snowfall        "        "      0.  COKKKSFOXniNG  WKEK OF LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 97  Average do do 83.42  Lowest minimum do 45  Average do do 52.11  Mean do 07.7S  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  Just Look at This  No wonder the Mutual Life of  Canada is a favorite with the  man who is looking for the best  thing in Life Insurance.  FORTY-ONE YEARS' RECORD  Shows that the intekest receiv-  sd on its investments has exceeded the death claims by $1,  780,804.01.  Policyholders Get Everything  Because there are no Stockholders to absorb any of the  profits.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.!  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. HEORAW, Local Agent.  WHEN WKIT1NH ADVERTISERS PLEASE  MENTION THIS PAPER  101} W0HC,  ��������� MflKEyOUR MONEY*  W0KKT00,  s*5 PErosmnGyoiR vMMft  VyiTHUSTHEyWKlrBlRJI  42������ INTEREST WHICH  WECREPITMOnTHl^ :  Virip nonE> ISRETURM -  /IBLE ON PF.Mr-WP  4S QtiCKLYflS THEM/HLS  Grin GflRRy IT.  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BitowN1  ���������  ���������  rtment |  and They will have Prompt Attention     ���������*    5J  Why Do You Deal at  SO HUBERTS?!  Because to buy the Best is the Cheapest  They have the Cheapest.  Because they are welcome there  whether  they purchase or not]  Because you get what you want when you want it, and yoij  get what you want when you get it.  Stores at Hedley and Tulameen  Schubert's Every Time THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY -37, 1911.  Town and District.  Mr. and Mrs. Rotherham  expect- to  sari from England on the SiOfch.  Mr*, and Mrs. H. S. Joyner arc leav-  ��������� ing  this   week on  a trip east  to visit  old friends..  The weather reports last week give  no precipitation; the moisture was all  perspiration.  The new organ which Hedley Presbyterians are getting is expected to  reach here  hefore the  end of August.  Capt. YVolfenden's name figures  .quite, conspicuously in the lift of prizewinners at Bisley this year. Cnngratu-  ki Lions.  Joe Armstrong   is   making   steady  progress  to recovery  from the injury  - sustained  iir a hadly  broken leg some  time ago.  ' ��������� The United States Sena to has passed  the reciprocity  proposal and  the vote  .showed  that  it   was   the   Democrats  who did the business.  * '.    *. *���������' *  Coalmont lots arenow-on the niar-  ,* ... /  . .  ketr    A Vancouver syndicate has ta-  ;,ken up a big block  of them  and they  are'going like hot cakefj.  The Kettle Valley' Railway's construction force working at present out  of Midway and up the West Fork, has  recently been increased-to 500 nien.^   "  H. B. Brownand his brother-iii-law,".  F.   Walls,  arrived at the end of-the  . week from  Vancouver arrd are doing  some work on  the Bulldog group of  claims across the river. ' '���������     ;  , Lost-A gold-watch and chain on  Ashnola Creek between Bryant's tent,  .about 5 miles from the mouth, and a  point say !j mile further up the Creek.  Ten dollars reward.    Apply Gazette.  J. Mairhoffer was taken suddenly ill  on Monday  morning and had  to be  taken  home but has since improved  .���������considerably.      Kidney   trouble   was  said to be the cause of the attack.  seems well  to do tlie,work it is intend-  To save himself from being killed by  .a crazy foreigner, Qmnliytin,",'the  Grand Forks policeman, -had to fire  -quickly and the result was a dead foreigner shot through the head.  The Kelo'wna'annual "regatta is to  take place on Wednesday and Thursday, August 9th and 10th. This is  their fifth regatta, all former having  been splendid successes.  The golf course received some needed attention during the past week and  is somewhat better therefor.. Those  who aic behind in dues shouldn't forget that the secretary needs funds.  Constable Sproule went up the valley on Monday, his instructions being  to patrol the upper valley at intervals  and keep a watch over it generally  until another constable is appointed  for Princeton.  Dr. G. A. Wilson, superintendent of  missions for the Presbyterian church  will visit the Similkameen in the first  .week in August and will doubtless be  with Rev. Mr. Cameron in Hedley for  his service on Sunday 6ih.  One of the Canadian Bisley team,  Private W. J. Clifford of the. 10th  Royal Grenadiers, Toronto, won the  King's prize and also the Prince of  Wales' prize. This is the first time  the two have been won by any one  ���������marksman in the same year.  Orovillc-rtes have had some reason  lately for fresh hope that the- steel  may be laid from that point south-  Ward before the track is fully completed to Coalmont. The contractors  are trying to get together a sufficient  force to man two gangs.  Mr. D. M. McPhcrson, of the Bank  of B. N. A. stall', Rossland, * who has  been in Hedley for the past three  weeks taking the teller's work temporarily until another man was sent,  left on Friday for Rossland and his  successor is Mr. M. Mclvenzie who  came the day before.  The Anglican church monthly services will be held next Sunday, July  -30th, by Rev. .Tames Williams, of  Princeton, in Fraternity Hall, Hedley.  11 a. in. morning prayer, holy communion and sermon Subject; "Christ  feeding the multitude." 8 p.m. evensong and sermon on "The doubts and  difficulties of men". 3Ien specially invited.  It has been decided to celebrate  Labor Day in Hedley as usual. At a  meeting held to make arrangements  strong committees were; formed and,  permanent officers appointed. The  chair-man of the Committee is R.G.  Shier, secretary J. Raitor and treasurer H. D. Barnes. The programme will  -be announced later but it is safe to  say that horse-racing, athletic sports,'  trap shooting, baseball and the usual  ball for the evening- of the -, first day  may be counted on and arrangements;  -will be made for special traiu service.  Tou'i *R. Willey returned on Satin-,  day lasL accompanied by his bride arid  is .'receiving the congratulations of  .friends. Tho important eveiil Look  place in Nelson. last week where he  was 'married to Miss Evelyn ITerron  who had just crossed the briny deep.  The young' couple will take up their  residence at the mine. The O'a/.ette  Jains in congratulations.  Joe Wine has sold his ranch on the  Siniilkaineen i ivei* adjoining the Ath-  ertoii ranch and also his pre einption  up on the mountain. He got tired of  the hard work involved in putting a  small ranch on a paving basis? with  limited capital. The purchasers are  Mrs. F. 31. ������������������Richter and .1'. -McLean,  and the. stock and iiiipU'ineiits went  with the sale.  S. 31. Studenbaker's big new 5)0 h.p.  car went' through town on Thursday  evening, last on its way to* take its  plaeeon the Pentictan-Kereiiieos run.'  The ear is a hummer and  calculated  ed for. The high power -seems to enable it to negotiate-any kind of a grade  and it has a horn which can be beaul  half a mile away and that will come  handy to give warning to teamsters  approaching the blind curves. With  a good reliable machine of * thatkirid  constantly on the route it should wort  up a large, traffic for the Kereineos-  Penticton run.     --.   J      -   *-  i *���������  i - , . .1  Constable N. B. Ewart was in town  last week - on his way back from  Princeton where he went through the  ordeal of being investisratcd on n  charge of drunkenness. The inquiry  was.held, by W. H. Bullock-Webster  and those who heard the evidence say  that the charge, which it is understood was made by,. Rev, Mr. Kinney  before he left the valley, fell down  utterly. "Whatever faults he , may  have or mistakes lie may make it was  quite a new and surprising circumstance to those who knew constable  Ewart.best to have his name associated with drunkenness, for while not  pretending Lobe a total abstainer he  has never been known to be a drinking man.    >  John  Love,   druggist,  of   Phoenix,  came in on Saturday last on business  and to see his old friends  in Hedley.  He reports Phoenix  enjoying a fair  measure of prosperity ritid the Granby  outlook brightening day by day.  Last  summer he took a  holiday trip  rip in  the  north country .going in  to Fort  George and enjoying the trip intensely.   Already  he is planning another  tiip which  he expects  to take within  the next sixty "days and while he may  take in part of last years   tour he will  vary  the  route considerably so as to  take in territory he  was unable to see  last time and the route in  next Lime  will be  by way of Edmonton and the  Yellowhead Pass.  In the  heat of the dog days a very  much  discussed animal is  the water-  hog and  every* town seems  to  have  him.     Complaints  have come   to us  from  hospital  hill  that   the gardens  were  burning  up and  at   times  it is  difficult even Lo get enough for drinking and ordinal y housework  while in  some quarters of the down town section taps are running full   head wasting the  water in the streets arrd some  are even so .thoughtless .or so loaded  up with cusseduess  that in order  to  keep from drowning out  their   own  premises  they   fasten  the nozzles to  discharge the stream of water on the  rocks and weeds of adjoining  vacant  lots for hours and days at a stretch.  It was  in the  worst of  the  hot spell  last week that the downtown offenders were  behaving at  the   worst.      If  these thoughtless ones would only try  to put themselves in the other fellow's  place for a while they might perhays  bedisposed to view Lire situation a little  different.     At present there  is water-  enough  for all  (gardens  included)  if  users will only be reasonable   and use  it in moderation.  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP HEDLEY  WATCH IT GROW  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 CITY TOWNSITE COMPAPY, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager - HEDLEY, B.C.  GOALMONT TOWNSITE  ...      Beautifully situated on the Tulameen River 14 miles west of Princeton, B. C  m the Similkameen District. ... ' ' '**  ; : The main line of the V. V. & E. Railway" runs through the town. Track-layingwill, be completed in 60 days. At present a daily stage connects Coalmont  with the town of Princeton. '  The Columbia Coal and Coke Co. Ltd.  now engaged in opening lip their property here have over ten square miles of coal  lands. ��������� The coal is of the. highest Bituminous type, and is  the largest body of coal *  yet discovered in the North American Continent. ���������  each.  The workable seams  are six. hi number  varying  in thickness from 4 to 60 feet  300,000,000 tons of coal  can be extracted.  2000 ton per .day capacity is under construction.  A plant of the latest type with a  Lots are now on Sale at Prices varying from $175.00 to $550.00  TERMS���������One-Quarter Cash and the Balance over IS months.  Reservations will be made in the order in which deposits are received.  Address all communications to  MESSRS. WILLIAMSON & TURNER  Sole Selling Agents  Via Princeton  COALMONT, B, C.  =11  .. PAINTING ..  and PAPAR-HANGING  Tlie Undersigned is prepared to  do work in  HOUSE, SIGN and  any OTHER WORK  in the painting line.  Orders may  be  sent to  Box  472, Hedley, B. C.  R. T; BARCLAY.  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO.  PRINCETON, B. C.  H. Z1BLER  Charge;  Repairs  neatly and  Promptly  ���������Executed  lerate  Snop on Irene St. ���������  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ���������������     *     *     #      ������  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  "Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Wdt-k-  Promptly attended to.  ...... -Pipe-fitting done.  Make the  NOTED HOP GOLD BEER  THEIR NOTED HALF AND  (haxf stout axd pobteh)  is a Winner.  HALF  ��������� ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR ���������  ���������  x  x  X  ���������  ���������  ���������  !  ���������  X  Curlew Butter,  always Fresh and Sweet, 40c -lb. ���������  Used by Millions and Acknowledged  to be the Best  NEW SHIPMENT JUST IN  19 lb Bags, $2.25 24* lb Bags, $1.15  OGILVIES ROLLED OATS  40 lb Bag, $1.90  20 lb Bag, $1.00  S lb Bag, 50c  A Limited  Supply of very good  Potatoes at per 100 lbs, $2.75  x  fShatfords, Ltd  ���������  1 THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. JULY 27. 1911.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen��������� Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Mrs. K. M. Crooker left on Mondny  to visit her sister at Coalmont.  Miss VioletKirby left on Monday  on a yisitfto friends in Kelowna.  Mrs. Wichter* and party are spending a- few weeks camping up the Ash-  liohi.  Jimmy Innis left on Monday on a  trip up the Okanagan Valley as far as  Vernon.       ,  Miss Monica Smith, of Hedley has  been spending the past week' with  Mrs. J. A. Brown.  Rev. Mi\ Cleland, of Penticton, will  hold Church of .England service in  Kererneos on Sunday July 31st, niqrii-  ing and evening.  A Dominion (Tovernnient employee  was in Keremeos this .week; obtaining  statistics of the place and much infor-  lnatioiron various subjects.  Rev. Mr. Wilson, superintendent of.  Presbyterian Missions will pay Kere-  nreos and the Siniilkaineen Valley a  visit next week.   ..-...-.  In the "'Float" col unin of last -week's,  issue of the Ledge Brother Lowery  has pointed paragraphs on the Sinril:  kanieen gleaned during his recent trip  through' hero.  ' ���������"'''  After one insertion of a strayed ad.  in the Hedley Gazette, G. S. Tickell  found ah owner for the two long ..nosed  swine that were working such havoc  in his garden last week. ���������  '-George Allison bagged a large grizz-  ���������':-:.ley. last week in the vicinity of .Crater,  mountain. Unfortunately the pelt  was not in a condition .which would  permit of its .being kept as a trophy.  Another pair of Shetland ponies  haye found a home in Keremeos. Miss  Bessie. Richter is the proud owner and  received them as reward for proficiency in her studies.  Owing ' to an accident while riding  over the newly graded road opposite  the Daly ranch Rev. Mr. Mawhinney  was prevented from filling his engagement in the pulpit at Similkameen on  Sunday. He attempted to 'make the  trip on a bicycle.  Joe Cooper, who has been spendrng  the past year around Keremeos and  lately has been employed on the road  gang at work up the Ashnola left for  his home at Yakima orr Thursday last.  We undeistand however that it will  still be possible to continue road work.  C. A. S. Atwood, of the Riverside  Nurseries, Grand Forks, paid Keremeos a visit on Tuesday and met many  pleased fruit-growers who .were. not  backward in acknowledging their satisfaction with nursery stock received  from the Riverside Nurseries.  George Kirby has the land fever and  on Friday last left for the upper,  stretches of the Ashnola valley, where  he proposes staking some land either  for purchase or pre-emption. Messrs.  ^Etches and Bartlett returned last  week from a similar trip up the Ashnola.  Any person who has any doubts as  to the fertility and productiveness of  the Siniilkaineen valley should pay a  visit to the vegetable gardens of either  O. H. Carle at the Centre or of Robt.  Gibson in the lower town. Either will  serve to show the wonderful returns  which may be secured from a. little  ground well looked after.  at  i  i  i  at  |  s  s  SPECIAL QUOTATIONS  .---AT    The Big Store  Men's Elastic Underwear  regular $1.50  per suit, this week $1*15  Men's Imperial Balbriggan Uuderwear  regular $1.30 per suit, this week $1.00  20% Discount on all Hats and  Tennis Shoes.  Q .  look:  We are  Clearing Our Entire Line of Ladies'  and Gentlemen's Shoes, Men's Hats  and Suits at Cost  as  I  I'-.FT- J.  SAUVE  ������fc  GO.   I  N. S. Livingstone, who has the contract for putting in the bridges on the  G. N. above Princeton, was in Keremeos; on Monday arranging for the  customs' clearance of his outfit, which  has been shipped from Duluth and is  due to arrive this week. Mr. Livingstone is a bridge builder of long experience and anticipated no difficulty  in spanning the rapid currents of the  upper Siinilkanieen.  Mr. Studebaker- returned to Keremeos last week bringing with him his big  motor car which has been placed on  the run between here and Penticton.  The complaint was frequently made  .that Mr. Studeba ker's other car had.  too faint a sqnack for such a large car  but the same cannot'be said about the  new one. It has a shriek equal to fourteen .wildcats and if the people in  Keremeos  were listening  they should  be.  able  to  Penticton.  tell  when  the car leaves  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  EIRE ^INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE  KEREMEOS. B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  We niii^t have room for our new stock and in  ovner to do so we are giving you the advantage of  buying at cost.  If you are doubtful come and look over 0111- stock  which is the largest and best in the valley.  FRANK  RICHTER & CO.  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  MRS.  A. F. KIRBY,  Proprietress.'  Ptmicton-Keraiitjos  AUTO STAGE  Mr. Donald, of Winnipeg, one of  the svndicate of five which has pur-  chased the Lowe ranch, arrived in the  *���������  valley last Friday and will remain  here for some time. Mr. Shaw was  engaged last week in running levels  to ascertain whether or not the bottom land orr the ranch could be irrigated advantageously from the river  and, we understand, the result was  most satisfactory. It is probalrle .that  an arrangement may be made with  the Keremeos Land Company whereby their* irrigation systern.will.be continued down the valley so as to water  the fine stretch of bench land lying on  Lire east side of the prop erty.  Makes  the round  trip between  , Keremeos and Penticton  everyday and  Meets All Trains & Boats  Making  Close Connections and  Affording Tfcapid Transit  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBqO.k.  VIII,   issued May,  1909,  contains  The report that Dr. Jernivn, Veterinary Inspector, would likely be located here appears to have been a trifle  premature. Since then the Dr. has  been requested to go to Medicrne Hat,  Altai and Dr. Thompson, of Kamloops  (formerly of Medicine Hat) has been  assigned the newly adjusted district  which includes Keremeos.  Information   from a reliable source  indicated   that  it is  the  intention  of  the  G. N.   to  tie on   to  the   (J. P. R.  above  Otter Flat and .secure running  rights  into Vancouver over that line  while  the connecting link  down the  Coquihalla is   being   built.      It is also  .> stated   that upon  completion   of   the  laying  of the  steel to  tlie  end of the  present grade that work on the Coquihalla section will he commenced and  vigorously pushed to completion.   We  have seen   the time   that sucli  an assurance would send a pleasant tickling  sensation   through  our anatomy, but  they have  long since lost their stimulating effect.    Now we are disposed to  wait and see.  ..'���������SUBSCRIBE FOR THE   GAZETTE  Vol. VIII. issued May, 1909, contains 1500  pages, with nearly 50 per cent, more matter  than the preceding edition. The chapters  with mine descriptions and on statistics  have been carefully revised and the bulk,of  the matter therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapter.  COVERING: ��������� Copper History. Geology.  Gobgi-aphy,. Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining',  Milling, Leaching, Smelting, Refining, Brands,  Grades, Impurities, Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology, Deposits by Districts, States,  Countries and Continents, Mines in Detail.  Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports. Exports. Finances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly the  WORLD'S STANDARD REFERENCE  ROOK ON COPPER.' '" '  The Copper Handbook contains, in this new  and greatly enlarged edition, about 50 polecat, more matter than the Bible���������though  not necessarily a better book - because,of its  greater bulk. It is filled with KACTS of vita  importance to  THK I.VVKSTOR  . THK SPECULATOR  TH K M KT A L L U KG 1ST  THK CONSUMER  THK MINK It  PRICK: ������5.00 in buckram with gilt top, or  .$7.50 in full library morocco.  .TERMS: The most liberal. Send no money  but order the book sent you, all carriage charges  prepaid, on one week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge for  yourself of its value to you >  WRITE NOW" to the editor and publisher.  HORACE J. STEVENS  Another 90 horse-power ear is  to bo added in the course  of a few weeks.  No Driver allowed to handle  car who does not thoroughly  understand his car and must  exercise greatest care at all  times.  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 thejiank and at the same time otters such  big returns on the capital invested.  W'c  offer no  f^EMEMBBR  land hut what has  ready on it  the  water al-  Fr:uit  Lots of any size tp suit your means;  at $175, .215 an<d350 per acre.   " Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  ���������9-  ���������ft-  *  ������  ������-  #  ���������*���������  ������  ������-  ������-  ������-  ������-  Fare $6.00.   Return $10.00  S. M. STUDEBAKER  Water Notice  PLXJMBINO;  WARM A-I.R J^ATjrJG  ��������� AND  GENERAL      :  TINSMITHING  1, Mrs. M. li. Brown, of Fairview, give notice that on the 21*6 "day of July, 1911,I intend  to apply .to the Water .Conuiiissiqner at his  office at .Fair-view,' B. C- .for'a licence to take  and use two (2) cubic feet of water per second  from Park'Rill,,(or'Mcyers;Creek) in.tlio Similkameen District, the water is to be takoh from  the stream.below the confluence of the said  stream and Vietoi'in._Ci-oek and is to be used on  Lots 91(5s arid lOIOs Similkameen District for  irrigation purprosc, '  Signed  MRS. M. E. BROWX, "���������"air-view.  SH KTiD KN B VI LI 1 INC  MICH, U, S.  HOUGHTON  A.  C.  M.   SHAW  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office of .1. A. Brown  KEREMEOS - - B. C.  When   writing   Adversers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  (Published Annually)  Enables traders throughout the world  to communicate direct  . with English  MANUFACTURERS ���������& DEALERS  in each class of goods. Besiclesjbeing  a complete commercial guide .to Jinn-  don and its suburbs, the directory contains lists of ���������..-.';  EX PORT MERCHANTS  with   the   Goods   they  ship,  and   the  Colonial  and   Fort'ign   Markets  t-hey  supply:  '      STEAMSHIP   LINES..;.,.   ,  arranged  under  the  Ports  to  which  they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings; ; ������������������*  P RO V !N< ' IA L TRAD K NOT IC ES  of leading manufacturers, merchants,  etc, in the principal provincial towns  and industrial centres of the United  Kingdom.  A copy of the current addition will  be forwarded , freight paid, on receipt  of Postal Order for 20s.  Dealers seeking Agencies can ad vert-heir trade cards for -til, or larger advertisements from ������3.  Orders  by Mail will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  SING LEE  Laundry, .Contracting of "all  kinds, Ditch digging, |Wood  Sawing, Clearing land,',Cook-  itig and all kinds of Chinese-  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  REAL ESTATE MINES  Agent for:  ���������   London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  'Ocean' Accident and Guarantee Co.  Keremeos, B. G.  Keremeos-Penticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton. on Mon-j  days, Wednesdays arid Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sjiturdays at 7 a. m., arriving _in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. Welby; Proprietor.  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  Magoon and Clarke Seedling strawberry plants for sale, vigorous and;  very choice. Prices: per* 100, $1.25;  per 1000. $1.0.00   Order* now.  August Pkdv. Keremeos.-  *M***mK*XK*iaM^  M������AT   MARKET  Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  The London Director!! 60. Ltd.  ���������25, Abchurch Jjane,   London, E'. C.  SILKS  irge Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOMflY SING, Keremeos.;  NOTICE  Certificate of: Improvements.  Riciii.a.xi> l''iiAC'i'i(>x.u, Mineral (.Maim, sit.uutc  in  the  Osoyoos  Mining  Division of Yale  District.     Whore Located: Camp Fairview  "TVAICIC  notice thai   I.   it.  II.  Parkinson,  as  x        agent for, Mrs. Itarbara  McCurdy l-'roe  Miner's Certilicatc   No.   I0H25R,   intend  sixty-  days from (late hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder fur a Certiricatc of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.   ���������''.., :  And further take notice that action -under  section II" in list be commenced before the issue  of such Cei-tilicates o.f improvement. j  Dated this 8th day of June. A. I)., 1911      | .  2'i-lD RiciiAKD H. Paukinson!  E. M. CROOKER  ^fc������4''4F*k^fe^''4a������^^''������)ix''������3������^:'������<������'*}<  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  WSTKrCT OK VAI.K  rpAKK XOTICK that 1. Robert Carew Ai-m-  x strong, of Keremeos. 11. C. occupation  rancher, intends to apply for permission to  purchase tho following described lands  Commencing aba post planted at the northeast corner of lot 97-ls; thence west .MO chains,  then north fi chains, more or less, to the Similkameen River: then following the nieanderings  of the river easterly to the point of commencement, and containing twenty acres, more or  less.  ROUKRT CARKW ARMSTRONG  May 25th, l!)l I  TRY THE  Hedley   Gazette  FOR  Fine Job Printing


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