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The Hedley Gazette Jun 3, 1915

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 &35TD SIMILKAMEEN; ADVERTISER.  .,!  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, JUNE 3,-191f>.  <^^^>   $2.00, In Advance  VICTORY AT YfPRES u     ���������  .WILL SHORTEN THE WAR!  Field, Marshal   Sir John   French   Tells;  His Troops They, Did Marvel-  ' "       Fighting.  loirs  N. Thompson phone seymour 594*$  ���������      MGB. WESTERN CANADA "  tammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield" ErigT"   ���������  Offices and Warehouse, 847-63 Beatty Street  > Vancouver, B. C: /  A.  F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley. Lodge No. 43, A. F. & A. M.,  aro hold* on tho second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall. Hedley. "Visiting  *brethren are cordially invited to attend.  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  A. CREELMAN, *  ' W. M  L. O. L.  The Regular    meetings ol  Hedley Lodge 1744 are,held on  tho first,arid third Monday-in  every month in.the Orange Hall  Ladies moot 2nd and -4 Mondays  Visiting brethern are cordially invited  A. J.,KING, W.M     _  C. P. DALTON, Sec't.  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST '  t .- ..      i .   *  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office  on North   Main   Street.  R/F*.  BROWN  British Columbia -Land Surveyor  Tkc No. 78  PENTICTON,  P. O. Drawer 160  -      -       B. C  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER-and BRI"J*ISH  COLUMBIA l/AND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  lA/alt^-rOlayton  Barrister, -Solicitor, Etc.  MONErX" TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B.C.  (Nelson News)  London, May,30.���������F'reld Marsha] Sir  John -French, commander-in-chief of  the British forces in France, in an address to*,the troops who fought in'the  second battle of Ypres, which he called  one of the most desperate fights of  the war, declared that they had done  ,   i l.'I <���������*���������  much to shorten the war.  ���������:/!���������    . *-i        -i  "You may have thought,   he sard  i>   i '   v   .'. .    -, i;  -'that because you were not attackmg  ������  .-    ���������    ,*>   ���������       ��������� -  the enemy that you.were not helping  to shorten the.war. On the contrary,  by your splendid endurance and bravery you have done a great deal toward  that end.  *  .i   ~-  "In this second battle of Ypres the  ���������-.1 - ."���������' '* c  Germans tried by every means in their  *-..,.        i -.1,-.    -��������� . -  power to get possession of that un-  fortified town. They concentrated  large forces of troops and artillery and  further  than   that they had recourse  .....       - ..-I. -.-..nit ,  to that mean  and dastardly practice  hitherto  unheard of-.in.'civilized war,  namely the use of as'phhxiating gases.  H i  "You have performed the most dif-  i.  ficult, arduous and terrific task with-  standing a stupendous bombardment  by heavy artillery, probably the fiercest fire ever directed against any  troops, and you warded off the enemy's  attacks with magnificent bravery."  B. C LAND PRE-EMPTED  About 7oo Parcels of Land Opened For  Pre-emption on May 18���������Demand  for Waterfront Lots.  CHANGE IN BOAT SERVICE  Steamer   Now ���������; Leaves  Later and Also  Arrives  Later.  GREAT NORTiffiRN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.; Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor.  EGGS FOR HATCHING  ���������JL  From imported heavy laying  strains of  WHITE WYANDOTTES  t������������������ and ���������-_���������'.,-';,'  Single Ccmb White Leghorns  , A change in the time of arrival and  departure of the Okanagan lake boat  became effective on. the first of this  month. The lake boat .therefore leaves  Penticton at seven in .the morning instead of five-thirty as previously, leaving Summerland at .7:45, Peachland at  8:40, Kelowmi at 10, and arriving at  Okanagan Landing at 1:00. On the  return it now leaves tihe Landing at  1:45, arriving at Kelowna at 3:35,  Peachland at 5:15, Summer-land at 6:40  and Penticton at 7:45. Passengers going north do not have such a long stop  .-at Vernon as formerly, getting there at  *2:40 arid leaving at 3:55 for'Sicamous.  On Tuesday, May. ISth, about 700  parcels of surveyed land on the Mainland Coast Redpnda, Oortez and Thur-  low Islands in Vancouver Land Divi-  sion, on Nootka and Malcolm Islands  ��������� if- .. ,l ii > *.     -,u    .  in Alberni Division, in Fernie, Oran-  brook and Fort George Divisions, were  opened to pre-emption. These lands,  which had been reserved, were sub  divided for pre-emption, and the news  that they wore to be opened was wide-  ly circulated for some months prior to  the opening date, and a series of  pamphlets, containing maps and full  descriptions of the- various tracts fieely  circulated.    In order to relieve intend-  TEN  YEARS  AGO  (From the Hedley Gazette ol June  .    1st, 1905.)  HOME-CURED HAMS NOW  Summerland   People Are Working To-  *- ' wards  Self-Sustenance.  Day old chicks for sale about end  , of March  A few White Leghorn Roosters for  sale  James Murdoch  Sterling Creek,       -      Hedley, B.C.  WHEN  WRITING' ADVERTISERS PLEASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  ji������'>������������*k'M'i^������^i^5^i������������^*>������^*������*i<^**������^'*2  ���������*-.���������"��������� "������������������":.���������������������������������������������;'������������������:' -::. ���������"��������������������������������������������� -'������������������$  Grand Union i  Hotel        I  HEDLEY,  British Columbia  Rates���������$i.50 a Day and Up    -  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  | A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor  -*-*-i->--'-x*Kr.^t-Xi--'WK  Summerland���������Home-cured hams and  bacon have now appeared on the lo.cal  mar-ke.t, thirs marking another step  toward^the'desired end of making our  community more nearly self-sustaining. For a number of years past thousands of' dollars have; been sent;.out  annually for hams and bacon and other  pork products, including lard.  With the, introduction of the pig in  many of the orchards this heavy drain  on the community's exchequer depreciated, but it is yet a large iteni of  import. That it will soon cease entirely and that we may soon be.exporting,  now seems probable. For the last two  or three years, Mr. H. C. Mellor has  been giving a good deal of attention to  the production of pork, and .has lately  begun' curing . and smoking on his  premises, and already Mr. Mellor has  been receiving a number of compliments jon the excellent quality of his  smoked meats.-���������Penticton Herald.  ������t>    SPAIN REMAINS NEUTRAL  Madrid, May 30, via Paris���������The government yesterday officially declared  the neutrality of Spain in the.war between Austria-Hungary and Italy.  Just beca'ribe a man does not bother  to contradict you does not prove that  he believes all you say.  ing pre-erriptors from  a long vigil at  the doors of the various government  offices,  tickets  were issued  to  applicants guaranteeing their priority.  At Vancouver, although 242 tickets  i' l ���������  were issued, but 80 of the 102 parcels  offered were taken up, the demand be-  ing chiefly for some close-in water-  ���������front'lots in .-i.tract'noar Sechelt, about  26 miles from Vancouver.   There were  >.-     i    .    i '   .,  .  twenty par-eels in this  tract,  and  the  first twenty men in the line recorded  these lots.    At Alberni, where 247 lots  on   Malcolm   Island   and   39 lots   on  Nootka Island were offered,  but six of  the total 286 lots were recorded, though  Malcolm Island was considered as offering better agricultural possibilities  than the logged-off areas opened on  the Lower Mainland Coast.    At Or-an-  brook 21 of the 97 parcels offered to  preemptors   were "recorded:, 'and   at  Fernie the 6 lots opened were taken up.  The demand was for waterfront lots  on the Coast, especially the tract near  Sechelt, and many of those who gathered at Vancouver, turned away without considering  the other lots when  these were recorded by the first twenty  men in the line.   These men assembled  at the-office of the Government Agent  at Vancouver, six weeks  prior to the  opening date, and received in order of  their arrival.    Of the 102 lots  offered  the 80 taken' iip included all of those  situated   on   the   waterfront.     There  were 58 lots in New Westminster district, near Sechelt, on the Malaspina  peninsula, near Lund, and on Homf ray  channel, and 46 were taken up.  Of the  11 lots on Cortez Island 5 were taken  up, and of the 33 lots on Redonda and  Thurlow Islands and at Jackson Bay,  Sunderland Channel, 29 were taken up.  Eighty pre-emptors who filed on the  lower Coast lands included 51 from the  United Kingdom, 20 Canadians, 2 Americans, 2 Swedes, 2 Fins, a. Dane, a  Russian and a Hollander.: ���������' ���������  It was anticipated, especially in view  of the "back to the land" movement,  that there would have been a great  demand for lots on Malcolm.Island,  Of 247 lots offered there and the 30  on Nootka Island, advices from Alberni show that but six were taken at i  both places. The demand is seemingly  confined to the water-front lots close  to the cities.  Malcolm Island, a timbered, low, undulating plateau divided from Vancouver Island by Brcughton Strait, was  reserved in 1901 as a Finnish colony.  The colony continued for some years,  operating and carrying on business as  a community basis. Circumstances  finally caused the abandonment of the  community system, and the greater-  number of the original settlers took up  land individually, others locating on  Vancouver* Island and places in the  vicinity. There are now living on the.  island about 250 people, chiefly members of the original Finnish colony.  The main settlement is at Sointula,  Win. Y. Williams and J. Rogers, of  the Granby, are in town.  Mr. J. F. Rover accompanied the  fiyer on its trip in on Monday night.  A load of steel rails for mine tracking went through yesterday by Innis's  tea ins-to Voigt's camp.  George B. Winkler, who has opened  an office in Princeton for his firm of  Winkler & Mohr, real estate, was in  town last week.  J. D. Brass has made a wonderful  improvement in the appearance of  Mrs. G. B. Lyon's store by putting in  a new and modern front.  Work commenced on Friday morning on Finluy Fraser's new business  block and hall on the southeast corner  of Scott avenue and White street.  Bailey four- feet high is growing at  L. A. Clark's on Green Mountain. A  fine bunch nicely headed but was sent  in for the Gazette's inspection a few  days ago. Green Mountain evidently  deserves its name.  As we go to press a fatal accident  has occurred on the electric tramway  by which Fred Brunskill lost his life.  He was riding on the ore train and.in  attempting to walk towards the motor-  fell between the cars and was killed  instantly.  Mr. J. J. Irwin of Vancouver arrived  in town on Tuesday night to take a  position in the Bank of B. N. A. Mr.  Winter, who has been acting-manager  since the opening of the bank in Hedley, will be leaving in a few days. Mr.  MacHaffie will remain in Hedley and  will be in charge.  While Mr. Spier, of the Eastern  Townships bank, was in Hedley last  week he sold to W. A. McLean the  house and lot where Mr. McLean is  now living on the corner of Scott Ave.  and White Street. The property formerly belonged to Mr. Munson and  the consideration is said to have been  about $1200.00.  Mr. L. W. Shatford, M. P. P.,  came  in on Friday night last and spent  this  week in Hedley,   He has had a busy  time of it at Penticton in  connection  with  the   Southern  Okanagan   Land  Company's business  and is  needing a  rest.  It is  quite   probable   that Mr.  Shatford will build in Hedley this summer and that that portion of his riding  will have more of his time than it has  had during the past year and a half.  His stores at Fairview and Hedley have  received very little of his attention for  the last two years, his time being taken up with his legislative duties and  the weighty undertaking of handling  the Ellis estate which he and his brother so successfully accomplished.  56,000 CANADIANS  OVERSEAS  Total Will Reach 70,000 by July 1st.  Recruiting Proceeds Steadily���������  Keep. Ranks Filled.  Ottawa, May 31.���������Up to the present  time nearly 56,000 officers and ;men-  have been despatched overseas by the  Canadian government. It is anticipated by July 1 the number will reach  approximately 70,000. More than 500  nurses have also gone forward. The  recruiting, enlistment and organization of additional forces is steadily  proceeding arid is the more necessar-y  by reason of the heavy casualties  which have been suffered by the Canadians during the past five weeks in the  fighting near Langemirrck and, its  vicinity. The gallantry, resourceful-'  ness and tenacity of the Canadian  troops during thehe battles have never  never been surpassed.  PROVINCIAL AND GENERAL  The Harvard Varsity eight, should  it defeat Yale in the annual race at  New London next month, will be sent  to Seattle and San 'Francisco to meet  the winner of the Poughkeepsie regatta and western eights.  ������          The Canadian exhibit at San Francisco has so impiesijctl the people of  California that a movement is on foot  to prepare a similar display of the  products and resources of that state to  he shown wherever there is an exhibition of any magnitude.  The 'Dominion Government has arranged to appoint a commission to investigate the iron ore -resources of  Canada and the best means of their  development, as well as the establishment of iron and- steel works to handle  the manufacturing end of the. business  in the Dominion.  Up to May 11 the British lost 201  trading ships of all sorts and conditions by the war. There are Over 8,000  British merchantmen travelling - the  ocean steadily. That is 2i per cent, in  numbers, but in tonnage the loss is  considerably less, as the number includes many trawlers and very small  ships.  Three hundred shacks along the  waterfront of Seattle, some containing  families, others single inhabitants, and  together giving shelter to a popula-  that would, if assembled, make a large  community, are about to be destroyed  by the board of health, which says the  houses are breeding place's for fiies,  rats and other vermin.  where there are two excellent schools;  one having an average attendance of  forty-seven pupils, government wharf,  post office and co-operative store.  During the past summer about 10,000  acres was subdivided and is now being  opened to settlers. The lots on Nootka  Island, where there has been much  settlement during the past few years,  are subdivisions of former timber li-  cenbes.  The 98 lots opened to pre-emption in  Cranbrook district are subdivisions of  former timber limits near Cronbrook,  Kitnberley, Fort Steele, Mayook, Col-  valli, Wardner, Ryan and Tochty.  Only 21 of these lots, little over a fifth  of the total, were taken up. The district is well supplied with transportation facilities, railroads and highways,  and many of the blocks adjoin railroads and roads.  Ten submarines which the Fore  River Shipbuilding Corporation is constructing at Qirincy,'Mass., for.the  British Government will be launched  early next month, within five months  of the time their keels were laid. The  trial trips will follow soon after. The  boats could be. ready for commission  by July 1, although they are not to be  delivered until after the war.  The New York World reports that  73 of 100 leading editorials about the  Lusitania that it received on a single  day last week spoke of the crime with  horror and detestation. Only two took  a German view and only two were  neutral. Fifteen counselled patience  and seven discussed military or other-  points of view. As these papere rep-  resen ted all classes and sections, the  I*classification, is sufficiently suggestive  of American feeling and judgment.  Canadian soldiers in France who  want to spend the intermissions between battles in playing baseball, will  be supplied by American leaders of the  game with the paraphernalia which  they cannot obtain abroad. The soldiers complained to their friends anil  relatives in Canada that baseballs, bats  and gloves were scarce in France, and  official attention was called, with the  result that President Johnson of the  American League and others were appealed to, President Johnson has  promised to contribute several boxes  of new baseballs. ���������m.i  . THE HEDIEY GAZETTE; JUNE 3. 1915  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per your ..-'::....S'2.00  "   (United States)..;.........' -'.51)  Advertising Rates  Measurement, l'i lines to^tho inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not oxccodhig one  inch, S1.00 for one insertion, 2ft cents for  ouch subsequent, insertion.Ovor one inch,  ' 10 cents per line for llrst insertion and ft  r coiits nor lino for each subsequent insert ion.  Transients puynble in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch pur month  Sl.'A*i: over 1 inch, and up .to I inches. S1.00  l>er inch poi-month. To constant advertisers  'taking larger space tluin four -inches, on  application, rates will bo given, of reduced  charges, based on size of .space and length  of Lime.  GEO. E. .FRENCH, Manayrer.  a\ .-nig and environment -/in their  iVative land. 'As'the war goes  on it will be necessary to increase the n_umber*of'Germans  under guard by adding all who  by act or word show themselves  hostile to the Empire in which  they have made, their, home. It  seems difficult for'these aliens  to understand that the liberty  they1 enjoy in this country is a;  matter of grace and not a right  Last quar.  I  New Moon  1915  J UN E  l-'irst, quar.  20  Full Moon  20  1915  Sun. Mon. Tnes.AVed. Tliu. Fri, Sat>.|  o.  13  20  14  21  2S  1.  s  20  !>)  .10  28  SO  10  17  24  -I  11  IS  NOTICE  u  Awful Treatment!"  1!)  20  American Notes.  The German reply to the American note gains nothing but  time. It does interest tlie United States whether tlie Lusi-  tania carried munitions of: war.  ��������� All merchant ships from tlie  United    States    to    belligerent  ' ports    contain    such     consignments.    United   States  citizens  . have a right to send  them, and  ��������� the fact that ,������������������ the*- do so does  not- give Germany authority to  kill civilians and neutrals on  board the ship. All this will  doubtless be set forth by the  President and Mr. Bryan in their  reply. Both Mr. Woodrow Wilson and his Secretary of. State  are line academic controversialists. They can easily be drawn  into long and ingenious correspondence    with   Berlin.     But  . they" will expect 'the German  submarines to wait until the  dialetics have been concluded  and this may prove to be the  breaking point. The luxurious  recreation of writing despatches  to form a Purple Book cannot  go on while Germany slaugh  ters United States citizens.  Aliens in Canada.  The letter of Mr. Stephen  Wyatt appeals to the common  sence of justice. We have in  Canada many thousands of settlers born in Germany or Aus-  train dominions but never willing subjects of these countries.  Mr. Wyatt mentions the Danes  of Schleswig-Holstein, and the  French of Alsace-Lorraine, who  are technically Germans; also  Poles, Bohemians, Serbs and  Italians who were subjects of  Austria by conquest or annexation. He might have added Armenians, Greeks and Slavs who  were born subjects of Turkey.  These "enemies of our enemies"  should not be treated as hostile  people. Canadian authorities  are not making much mistake  when they intern Teutonic subjects of Germany who are still  aliens, especially if they have  been long enough in this country to be naturalized. Exception  may be made in the case of settlers on the land, in rural districts, when they declare their  loyalty to Brit.:in and are  known by their neighbors to  be inoffensive and no longer  interested in Germany. Teutonic Austrians may be classed as  Germans,though as a. body they  are less dangerous on account  of the difference in  their traiu-  The Kaiser has received the  following reply from the American Ambassador in London as  to the treatment afforded German submarine prisoners in  England:  "Officers   and   men   at Chatham in good health, and   sup-  .-plied with money."    Ofhcers receive 2s. (id. per day from British government.-    None   in solitary confinement, but are kept  in   separate   rooms   at    night.  Size of room 8ft. by 12ft.    Men  eat  together  in  one room, and  officers in another mess; officers  and men have same food.  Dietary composed of   bread,   cocoa,  tea,  sugar,   potatoes, suet pud  ding, pork and pea soup, cheese,  beef, mutton and milk.   Officers  may have butter;  men supplied  with  margarine.    All  supplied  with books and  tobacco.    Officers    allowed     servants     from  among .-crew.    All   have  use of  well-equipped gymnasium daily  at stated periods.   Permitted to  write letter once a week, and to  receive money, parcels and letters.    Both men and officers exercise in association,  bnt at different times.    Recreation quarters indoors as well as outdoors.  Officers    complain   of    being  ���������held'in detention barracks, rather   than, in   officers' camps, but  no complaint as" to quantity or  quality of food.    No complaint  as to treatment or as to character of accommodation. Hygiene  and sanitary requirements' excellent.     Rooms   and   all   surroundings specklessly clean."  "���������VTOTICE is hereby given that Quong-  ���������*��������� ' Fat Wing: Co., heretofore carrying  on business as merchants, at this' town:,of  Keremeos, B.C. ,.on;the 26th day of May,  1915, sold ' out. their business including'  stock in store, good will and lease of store  premises to Wing Hung Chung Co., who  will'.in future carry-on such mercantile  business.  All accounts against Quong Fat Wing  Co. are to be presented to Wong Tun Li,  of Keremeos, for payment. 20-1  NOTICE  Liquor Act, ioro.  ���������"VTOTICE is hereby given that, on the  ^���������* 21st day of June next, application  will be made to the.Superintendent of Provincial Police : for transfer of the license  for the sale of liquor by retail in and upon  the premises known asthe Central Hotel,  situate at Keremeos Centre, British Columbia, from Haliburlon Tweddle to Leslie  Mutcheon, of Keremeos Centre, British  Columbia.  HALIBTJRTON TWEDDLE.  Dated-this 20th day of May, 1915. "        1S-5  WATER NOTICE  Bank By Mail aiid Save  A Trip To Town  FOR'the benefit of. those who live out of town, we  have arranged a plan by whieh you can do your  banking by mail quite as satisfactorily as if you stood  here at our counters. Come in and let us explain the  plan���������'or .write for the information. ��������� ���������  merica  78 Years in Business. "' Capital and Surplus $7,884,000.  Hedley Branch      -      -     ,.C. P. DALTON, Manager  T  ���������MCE NOTICE that the Similkameen  Water-Works Company, Limited, of  Hedley, B. C., will petition the Minister of  Lands for a Certificate of Approval of its  undertaking to divert and use water out  ol' Twenty Mile Creek, for supplying the  town of Hedley, B. C.  This petition will be heard in the ollice  of the Board of Investigation, at a time  and date to be fixed by the Comptroller of  Water Rights. Objections may be filed in  lhe Office of the Comptroller, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, or in the office of the  Waler. Recorder for this '.District, at Princeton,   13. C.  Dated at Hedley, B. C, April 29, 1915.  THE SIMILKAMEEN WATER WORKS  COMPANY, L'MiTi-n,  16-4 Gomi'i*. P. Jones, Agent.  SEE THAT IT IS-  The forces of Austria and Germany are not taking Przemysl  easily or quickly, and it is now  doubtful that they will take the  beleaguered city at all. If it is  done at all it must happen  within a few days, for Russian  reinforcements are arriving fast  and in great numbers. Many  times in the last ten months the  Teutonic Allies have made successful thrusts into territory  previously occupied by the Russians, but always they have  found after a few weeks that  they had the work to do over  again. Russia takes a great  deal of beating.  The fifty-seventh only true  account of the origin of the  name Uncle Sam, as applied to  the United States, has been published. "What it is does not  make any difference to anyone.'  One explanation is as good as  another". Did you ever happen  to hear it said that the $ sign is  really derived from the letter  U superimposed upon the letter  S, a combination which stands  for Uncle Sam as well as for  United States? . As a matter of  fact, the sign comes from the  Spanish coin known as the dollar, upon which was represented the "Pillars of Hercules,"  otherwise the Straits of Gibraltar.  Some folks abuse the trolley car, in  accents rather bittei ; but 1 uphold it  strongly, for it is a helpful critter.  And here is just the stuir, by jing, my  gratitude is made of���������the trolley is  the only thing ,-in auto is nfi-aid of.  a**?*. .������t������j������r^k^$&������������S*2^ *���������**!*  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  (~iQA1j mining rights of the Dominion, ii  *-' "Manitoba, Saskatchewan und Alberta,  thu Yukon Territory, Clio North-west Territories iin'l in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be ieascd for a term of  twenty-one years at an iiiinua! rental of ?t an  aero. Not more thiin ii.otw i-.orcs. will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a leusc must bo miide by the  applicant in person to the 'Auditor Sub-Agent  of the district, in which the rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurvcyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a  fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights  applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo paid on the merchantable output of tho mine at the rate of five cents  per ton.  . The person operating tho mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity.of merchantable coa mined  and bar the royalty thereon. 1 the coal mining rights are not being operated such.returns  should be furnished -it least once a year.  The lease will include the coal in ing rights  only, but the lessee'may be perm e to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for tbe working of the  mine at the rate of ������10.00 an acre  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary of the Department of  the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  x\.gent of Dominion Lands.  W. WVOORY, '  Deputy "Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. S)-6m  "Where Are  Your Interests  *r Are they in this community %  TAre   they among the  people with whom  you .  associate 1  II Are they with the  neighbors and friends  with'whom you do busi-  business ?  If so, you want lo know what is happening in this community. You want  to know the goings and co-nings of  the people with whom you associate,-  the little news items of your neighbors  and friends���������now, don't you?  That is what this paper gives you'  in every- issue. It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the interests of this  town. Is your mime on our subscription lists'" If not you owe it  to yourself to see that it is put  there.    To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  \i  Done in the Most  Artistic Styles  Large   and   Modern   Plant,  giving facility for prompt execution of all orders /  ������*.!.!'i   -i'."V--   i_    '���������' ": ''i'-v ,i  v"-i, .r;-1.-.    ,i-,'j  THE* HEDLEY GAZETTE," JUNE 3. 1915".  } TOWN AND DISTRICT  J  Todiiy is King George'-, hit i Inlay !   '  Rev.'Father LeOhVne was in llcdh-y  last Friday and Siiturday.  Thos. Bradshaw wn.s in   ii  illi-y for  a few hours on Tues-day.  Mrs.J. W. Wirth anil   \i -,     H.m-ei--  man returned from Oi-i>\ i!i-' -....inlay.  Mrs, 13. M. Daly and, ^--i.i  -;:. h ice,_of  '' Iieremeos, spent the week i-n,f\ Kiting  friends in Hedley.  ,.,   _   N. "V. R. Huus, inspectoi ul'in-miches  '   "of the Bank of B. N. A.,-  wi-ni   out  t<>  Penticton by auto oil Friday nighi.  ^Rev. F. Stanton ha.s retm-in-d from  the coast and will cotidiict m-i vict- in  the Methodist ohut-c-h heie on Sunday  evening 'next.  Mrs. T. Y. Griffin went mil mi Tues-  day's   tiain   bound   for   Boston, Ma^s,  She will spen-1 a few day* at Spokane  , en route.  F. M. Gillespie left on Saturday afternoon on a visit Lo New York and  othei points in the east.' lie expects  to be away several muni lis.  , W. W. Corrigan is improving the  appearance of his residence on Scott  avenue by the erection of a picket  fence aiound  it.  The dance given by the- Band on  Friday night last was a. ih-cidcd success. About thirty couples we.re present and all had a good time. The  musie was furnished by the hand.  By the appearance of tire-flag on the  public school .flagpole,.....it looks as  though it is about time the School  Board were "blowing" themselves for  a new one.  We regret to hear of the accident  which befel Rev. G. D. Grillit'hs while  outriding near Princeton la^t week.  He was thrown from his horse and  dragged a short distance, sustaining a  fracture of his jaw bone.  Messrs. G. Bowerman, W.J.Forbes,  Jas. Nash, Thos. Roberts ancl J. Casey-  left on Tuesday afternoon for The Pas,  Manitoba, from whence they will proceed to the new gold fields at Herb  .Lake. They went out by auto to  Penticton.  Last week the Peutiuton Herald  came out iu enlarged form, containing  twenty pages of up-to-date advertising, well-printed cuts ancl excellent  ivriteup-s of all the prominent business  rnen   and   industries   of  the   thriving  i  municipality of Penticton!   The Herald   is    to   be   congratulated   on   the  quality of its produeL on this occasion.  TO   NON-ADVERTISERS  A lien K mil supposed to have  Much cuiiiiiiiinjHi-iise or tact,      *_  Yet every lime she lays it egg  She. cnekles forth the fact.  The. hu>-y little bees they buzz;  Sheep lileiit. and cows moo;  And waieh-dog.N bark, and gariders  tj u.-11 ��������� k, -V  And punier pigeons coo.  I  The    pi-aciick    !������prends   his   tail   and  squawks;  '.   Pigs -queal und robins sing;  And even  serpents  know' enough  To hi.-s before they sting.  Yet man, the greatest, masterpiece  That Nature could devise,  Will often stop and hesitate  Before he'll Adverise.  -From "The Galloway Gazette,  W  II  is  now with  Us  Call and See our New  Samples of Wallpaper-  Burlaps,  Cretonnes, Etc.  Hedley Drug & Book Store  _ Close Figuring1.  Postal Clerk���������Your letter just, balances, miss. If it weighed any more  you would have Lo put on -another  stamp.  Pretty Blonde���������Gracious! I'm glad I  didn't sign iriy middle name!���������Judge.  "Rough on Rats" cleais out Rats,  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House. 15c.  and 25c. at Drug and Country Stores.  . I have a cracker-jack proposition for  a good live  wire Agent in   Hedley.  Lady or gentleman.      Write   me   at  once.-   F. C. Ritchie,   132 Pem.berton  ���������Block, Victoria, B. C.  ^ocsouooeiaeoeosQcooosoQOOi!^  | OF   INTEREST  TO ������  This is the season of the year when you should  cat Jess meat, and what; is more-delicious than  sliced Oranges and other fruits for breakfast.  "Sunkist" Oranges���������the famous brand that  you so often read about���������extra good, priced  according to size.  Kadislies.   Cauliflower,   Onions.   Lettuce  and  every Wednesday.  other vegetables  |:*OREELMAN  &  LYALL  _>    " "STORE OF QUALITY"  V ��������� - < 17  t  **>  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  iumiiiMUm������l  lJWMvJm-,wimij.^������r,:iiwiiiijMiji,^.i1i'JL.miwMuu������.^^j.i.l������M>������aMKHi  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED 0F-  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  hand. Fresh * Fish on  sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMQND, Prop.  ������l nr������wA"vuNt-"kA'"r"^'v'irLiri -"ui* "tui"p-*mui  KEREMEOS   SERVICES  Divine service will be conducted in  the chinch on Sunday, 6Lh. Morning  service, 11 a.m.; subject. "The word of  the kingdom diversely received." Evening service, 7:30 p. m.; subject, "The  true and living way." A hearty invitation is extended to all. Preacher,  R. G. Stewart.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  . kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing lano, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kkremkos, B.C.  oirs Chick Food and Growing  {������     Food  in order that you may jj?  ������      test their wonderful values. h  &     State name and address and g  Ij      nearest post office, also name 6  Q     and  address  of your dealer. h  S The VANCOUVER MILLING X  5 and GRAIN COMPANY, Ltd.  8  ;k Vancouver, B# C. ������  4h&G&StttOSC%&SGCCG>SG������&OS<S!&  Letterheads  Billheads.'"  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  Posters  TRY  US == WE GIVE SATISFACTION  The. Nickel Plate  Barfiersnop  SATISFACTORY, SANITARY   *  TONSORIflL SERVICE  This shop it equipped with  Baths and all the' latest  Electrical   Appliances.  BUSH FIRES CHECKED  From.advices received from the Hon.  W. R. Ross reporting on fire conditions, it wound appear tha train has  been general throughout the province  during the past week, checking and  extinguishing fires, and stimulating  vegetation, which acts as a barrier  against forest fires. The Hazel ton,  Lillonet and Fort George districts le-  port the fires in those areas as being  under control, thirteen outbreaks in  the first named division having been  fought by the G.T.P. It is noteworthy  that slash burning in the Cranbrook-  district continues, the logging operators being alive to the necessity of reducing one of the main fire hazards.  For the time being the fire situation  is pronounced safe, so far as green  timber is concerned. Fires may continue to break out on cut over lands  or on old burns, but the extremely  dangerous conditions which existed a  week ago have passed away.  W.T.BUTLER,  - Prop.  ���������KEREiMEOS-PENTlCTON  ROYALMAIL STAGE  IS A SPECIALTY WITH US  m-M^^iau-ma"*^^  Auto Leaves on  arrival  of 9.30  and 4 o clock trains.  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO    STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  Hedley's Tonsorial. Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  'ONE SPOONFUL ENOUGH"  SAYS-  DRUGGIST  F. M. Gillespie states that the simple  mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine,  etc., known as Adler-i-ka, is causing  great surprise' as just ONE SPOONFUL relieves constipation, sour or gassy stomach almost IMMEDIATELY.  It is so thorough a bowel cleanser that  it is use'd successfully in appendicitis.  Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH lower and  upper bowel and the INSTANT effect  is astonishing. It never gripes and  is perfectly safe to use.  B AT H S  IN CONNECTION  R. HILLIARD   =   Prop.  AVE You ever considered  the quality of your work  from the standpoint of careful  type composition and efficient  proofreading ? The reputation  of this house for good printing  has been established through  accuracy and attention to the  little details. Send your printing here and we will do it right.  ������������������a-UMMMI^ll^^^  PAINTING  PAPER-HANGING  KflLSOMINING  TERMS MODERATE  edley Gazette  HEDLEY, B. C.  DnLY AVE.   -   -   tlEDLEY, B.G. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. JUNE'S',' 1915  STARTLED 'CARLYLE.  How Cliurlen (jio<lfr^jr.J.eIaii������l Brougrlit  the Cynic to ill.s SniKt-H,  Charles Godfrey I.elanil suid that on  his first meeting with Carlylc the wise  man showed himself in a somewhat  cynical frame of mind, from which he  was aroused only by n bit of wholesome opposition.  "And what kind of an American may  you he���������German or Trish or what?"  Carlyle asked.  "Since it interests you, Mr. Carlyle,"  replied Lcliuul, "to know the origin of  my family I may say that I am descended from Henry Lelnnd, a noted  Puritan, who went to America in 1G36."  "I doubt whether any of your family  have since been equal to your old Puritan great-grandfather," growled Carlyle, and this, combined with some  Blurring remarks which he had previously thrown out in regard to America and her history, roused Iceland's  spirit.  "Mr. Carlyle," he said deliberately, "I  think that my brother, Henry Leland,  who got the wound from which he  died standing by my side in the war of  the rebellion, was worth ten of my  old Puritan ancestors. At least he  died in a ten times better cause. And  allow mo to say. Mr. Carlyle, that I  think in all matters of historical criticism you are principally influenced by  the merely melodramatic and theatrical." r'  Carlyle looked utterly amazed and  startled, though not at all angry.  "Whot's thot ye say'.'*' he cried in  broad Scotch.  Mr. Leland repeated the remark. A  grim smile as of admiration came over  the stern old face. It was with a deeply  reflective and not displeased air that  he replied, still in Scotch.  "Na, na, I'm nae thot," he said. And  he dropped into a milder strain and  made the interview an occasion to be  treasured long in memory.  >.'.fl"������fi':-".  AN   ELECTION TRICK.  One  Siimple of the Dodges to "Which  Tliey Ilexort In  England.  Canon J. George Tetley tells the following story of the late Justice Den-  man, who in 1S63 rair for election at  Tiverton, in England. lie was advertised to address the electors on a certain morning. In order to fulfill his  engagement it was necessary for him  to leave by the.9:15 express. He had  taken the precaution of ordering a cab  overnight and was quietly eating an  early breakfast when attention .was  . called to two or three men who seemed  to be hanging about in the neighborhood of his house. He thought little,  however, of the matter, but presently  sent his servant to put his luggage on  the cab, which was due to arrive. The  cab approached, the door, but before  the portmanteau could be located one  of the mysterious strangers jumped in  and was driven rapidly away.  And when this happened a second  time it became evident that something  Very definite was intended. So Mr.  Denman consulted his watch, and, directing his luggage to be sent after  him, he buttoned his coat and, calling  to his aid all his old Cambridge training, took a bee line for the station. He  met not one empty cab till too near the  terminus to be of any service to him.  He dashed through the "booking office" on to the platform, seized the handle of a carriage door as the train was  actually starting and flung himself into  a compartment.  On arriving at Tiverton he found his  committee in a state of extreme anxiety which gave place to astonishment  and relief on his appearance, for the  walls of the town were covered with  placards warning the Liberal electors  that their candidate would not keep  his engagement to address them.  Virtue* of the Swiss.  I did not meet a tramp, encounter a  beggar or a person the least intoxicated during my stay in Switzerland. Of  bow few countries in Europe or America can this be truthfully said. There  may be a small percentage of drunkenness, but if it exists it is kept out of  Bight. A thriftier, cleaner, more wholesome body of people, who carefully observe sanitary laws In their homes, 1  have never met in my various travels.  They are as tidy and neat as the housewives of Holland or the Pennsylvania  Quakers. No wonder Switzerland is a  prosperous country. It owes much of i  its good fortune to the practical intelligence of its law abiding citizens.���������  London Caterer.  Hnnd Onts.  Dealer���������Here is a cigar that is all  right for the money. We sell It seven  for a quarter.  Customer���������"Well, that is a good many.  "Yes, but you don't have to smoke  them, you know."  "Oh, I didn't think of that! You  may give me a quarter's worth. They'll  be handy to treat my friends with."  Too Sensible To \Glve Up.  "Will you promise," she anxiously  asked, "not to do anything desperate  if 1 say it can never be?"  "Yes," he replied. "I think a man's  a fool who goes to the bad because a  girl refuses to love him."  "Then  I  will  be    yours."  ���������asp**-*-**".^^  Ladies' Slides  4.50 and 5.0G Values  $2.25-  en's  i  3 LOTS  Y5C   1.������������   I.25  THESE   ARE   BIG   BARGAINS  BRITISH JOKES.  Soma- Ea������]J������lJ Home-Made Ones and ������ "Fair  From Australia.  An old story re-told (after N. E.  Lanark).���������First "deemster (A. J. B.):  We must gie it up. Alfred.���������Second  ���������Hoenister (A. . L.)���������What, gie up  ^owfl?���������First Mecnister���������Kae, nae,  mon.    Gie up the mcenistry.���������Punch.  He���������Dut you've been careful who  you've told of our engagement, darling-? She���������Oh, yes, dearest. I've told  everyone, and, what's more, I didn't  Say that it was a secret.���������Judy.  The. secretary..'of tho British Dental Association has, proposed that a  dentist shall be attached to each  Board school. At present the most  severe punishment that may be inflicted is a birchingi���������Punch.  He (wildly)���������Angelina, youVe. false!  I say. it to your teeth! She���������Yoii  rudo man! You're no gentleman; or  you wouldn't take any notice in" my  misfortune!���������Pick-Mc-Ilp.  Described.���������'-What kind of a gil-L is  she?" "Well, she's the kind of a  girl who will flirt desperately for six  months and then want ��������� to be a sister to you!"���������Sketchy Bits.  Naming His Wife.���������Wife���������Here is a  letter in a paper advocating that we  should eat cats. Husband���������How  horrible, my. dear! Fancy my eating  you!'���������Pick-Me-Up.  Daughter���������I lost my heart last  night, dad. I accepted Mr. Hardup.  Dad���������.You didn't .lose your heart.  You must have lost your head.���������Illustrated  Bits.  A Cruel Jest.���������"Have you heard of  the joke Gertie played.oii young Hug-  gins?"���������"No; what was it?"���������"She  married him!"���������Sketchy Bits.  "But you say, the master caned you  for answering his question?" "Y-yes,  pa."���������"H'm! What was the question?"���������"Whose pea-shooter it was."  ���������Judy.  A Difficult Job.���������Buflin���������I'm' going  to have forty winks. See that I am  not disturbed. Servant���������Very good,  sir. When .shall I call you? Budin���������  I'll ring the bell when I want calling.���������Ally. Sloper's Half-Holiday.  How, Indeed.���������Mrs. IT.���������Her husband simply won't listen to her. H.  ���������How the deuce does the lucky fellow manage it?���������Illustrated Bits.  Australian.  In Extenuation.���������Gentleman���������What  do you rhean by .putting your hand  in . my pocket? Light-fingered Individual���������Excuse rne, sir;' I'm so absent-minded. I used to have a pair  of trowsers exactly like-yours.���������Sydney Town and Country Journal.  Mrs. Newbridge���������Do you keep a  cook? Mrs. Oldwed���������No. Docs anybody?���������Melbourne Weekly Times.  As Put.���������Mother (to a new nursemaid):���������If you can't keep the children quiet, send them up to me for a  while, and I will sing to them.  Nurse���������Oh, that won't do any good;  I've threatened them with that already.���������Sydney Town and Country  Journal.  Dumley���������By George. I believe I'm  the greatest fool in . the world.  Sy-nncx���������That makes it unanimous.���������  Melbourne Weekly Times.  Merely Suggested.���������"You know that  man Flippe, who claims to read character at a glance?"���������"Yes."���������"Well,  he swindled me out of ������10."���������"Indeed!  I didn't think ho ever put his boasted talent to any practical use."���������  Sydney Town and Country Journal.,  "Honpeck has given up smoking,  eh? That takes a good deal of will  power." "Yes; his. wife has it."���������  Melbourne Weekly Times.  PALftGE  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  HEDLEY " B. C. -  IF A good stock of Horses and Bigs on  Hand.    If Orders for Teaming  promptly-attended to.  OfflGe of Dominion Express Gompanij.  ���������;:';'vvV fr        '  ,   W:0-6b-vBv.OR, SALE!  Phone 12. i>, J"   INNIS Proprietor  -HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN'  HEDLEY, B.C.  An Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  CASH  JHVIDENDS  ON  GOODS  YOU BUY  By HOLLAND.  SOUNDS good, doesn't it*?.  And the best of it is it is  rrue. These cash dividends  are paid on every dollar you  spend, provided you spend  wisely and buy goods that  the maker believes in so  strongly that he advertises  them.  Advertised goods are not  always the cheapest so far as  the amount asked for them  is concerned. But they are  INVARIABLY THE BEST.  And this makes them cheapest when all things are considered.  When you buy for the same  - money a better article than  you have been buying you get  a cash dividend on your purchase. When you pay less for  an article of the same quality  you get a cash dividend.  THESE DIVIDENDS ARE  PAID TO THE READERS  OP ADVERTISEMENTS IN  THIS PAPER.  is tlie spice of life, so  they say, and it's the  spice of music as  well,    i  With a Vidtrola in your home your  music is not confined to one in&ru-  ment or one voice-^-you have ah unlimited variety of music,, not only  every musical instrument' played by  the master musicians of the world,  but the human voice���������the -voices of  the world's greatest: singers.  Here are a few of the favorite selections by. great artists whom you can  hear only on the Vkftrola with Victor  Records:  Tales of Hoffman���������Barcarolle Alr&a Glock-Louuo Homer���������87202  Lucid���������Sextette \  Caruio, Tetrazzini, Amlo, ] owner, Jacoby, Bada���������96201  Trovatore���������^Miserere  A Perfect Day <- ,  I Hear You Calling Ma  Good-Bye    (Torti)  Are Maria    (Schubert)  Humoroque    (Dvorak)    (Violin)  Thait���������Meditation     (Violin)  Handel'i Sixth Sonata    (Violin)  Caruio and Aide���������69030  Evan William.���������64306  John McCormack���������64120  Melba���������88065  McConnack-Kiei������ler���������88484  "VTiacha Elman���������74163  Fritz KreUler���������74182  Jan Kubelik���������74368  Maud Powell���������64134  Traumeiei    (Schumann)    (Violin)  the Swan   (Le Cygne)    (SainuSaertt) Efrem Zimbal**���������74338  VaUe BriUiante    (Chopin)    (Piano) L J. Paderewaki���������88322  Funeral March    (Chopin)    (Piano) V. DePachrnann���������74304  Simple Aveu    (Thome)    ('Cello) Victor Herbert��������� 74300  Hearts and Flower*���������Intermezzo  Glow-Worm    (Idyl)   .  Victor Concert Orch.") 35344  ���������Pryor*������ Band)  '.V  I  Vicftrpla VI     $33.50  With 15 ten-inch, deobU-aidad Vrdkor R.corda  (30 seloctiom  '���������..."-;..   tow own choice) 947.00  ���������  Sold on easy ternis, if desired.  Other Vrctrolat from $21.00 to $305 (on easy  payments, if desired) and ten-inch, double-sided  Victor Records at 90c for the two selections at  "any "His Master's Voice" dealer's in any town or  city in Canada.'.. Write for free copy of our 450-  page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000  Victor Records.  BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CQ.  LIMITED  Lenoir   Street, Montreal  DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY  V'dor Records���������Made in Canada���������Patronize Home Prodii-its  ���������  ���������...'.������������������ '���������.������������������: ��������� ������������������:������������������ .--.   .:-.!,���������."���������������������������.'���������������������������-      :..���������,. ������554-}l'6.  Is Your Subscription Paid IJj}?  Oven is a wonderful baker. That's because  the heat flues completely encircle it.   ' ' ���������  satisfies  the   most  exacting  cook on every point. Let the  McClary dealer demonstrate the fact.    d  Soldo 'ANY  u  J


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