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 to&M&MJtmiWVSlli&M'axeu,  '~**m******<e&?*f&:  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER  VOLUMK  HEDLEY, B. C,, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1915.  ������^^������    $2.00, In Advance  [ JflS. CLARKE  } IMatGh maker  }        ,, HEDLEY, B.C.  (- GIOGks and Watches for Sale.  HEDLEY SCHOOL  HAS FINE RECORD  .V. Tiio.vi'so.v phone sevmouh 5943  MGK. WKSTKKN CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Ofllccs and Warehouse, 847-63 Beatty Street  ..   .. .    ..  Vancouver,.B. C   K*  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR, monthly, meetings of  Hetlley Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  ���������are held on the socond Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  CREELMAN,  W. M  S. E.  HAMILTON  Secretary  One of Three in Province  That    Passes   All  Who Wrote  L. O. L.  The Eccrulai-   meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1714 aro hold on  the, first and third Monday in  every month in tho Orange Hall  Ladies meet 2nd and 1 Mondays  Visiting brethern aro cordially invited  . A. J. KING, W. M  C. P. DALTON, Scc't.  R. F>. BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel. No: 27 P. O. Dhawek 100  PENTICTON,  B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL  ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  WaiterCTaytbri  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  J. HOWE, manager  Roller Skating on Tuesday and Thursday  each week, from S���������10:30 p.m.; admission  25c, skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:30  to-5 p.m. for ladies only, free.  Also open for Dances and Other Engagements.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate ,  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Hedley has added one more lo its  laurels. "We "*.r*e not destined to shine  only as a gold producing center, a patriotic town of no mean order-, a place  *���������     ���������*- i * .   '  where good clean sport is pulled off  and appreciated, a place of homes  where there are few mortgages, where  no lawyer- would get rich been use  there is no litigation, but we have  added one more accomplish men t; we  stand high, very high in the educational records of the province.    ���������- ���������  At the examinations held in June  Hedley entered 8 besides those Avho  wrote here-from outside points;' Of  the 8 who reside in-Hedley all of them  passed. -   ������������������  There are only two other places in  the province where all the candidates  passed; they are'Point'Grey High  School and Ma&qui High School.   *  The following are the candidates  who wrote lit Hedley: Herbert T.  Jones, COS; Henry H. Jones, 647; Viola  Messenger. 647; Florence. L. Messenger,-624; ��������� Monica G. Smith, 507;- Ruth  E. Bower-man, G9-1; Gertrude 0. Smith,  028; Richard R. Clare, 558.     v  Too much cOiild not be said in praise  of the splendjd work done by Miss  Tompkins in bringing these pupils up  to the grade of etnejeney which makes  this report possible.  the .following .pupiIs._fr.om outside  points wrote at Hedley:  Coalmont��������� Number* of candidates,  1; passed, 0.  Keremeos���������Number* of candidates,  6; passed, 1: George R. Clarke, 592.  Olalla ��������� Number' of candidates, 1;  passed, 1: Hazel Chase, 550.  Piinceton���������Number of candidates,  1; passed, 1: Eflie G. McLean, 570.  Siiiiilkarneen-Number- of-candidates,  3; passed, 0.  The Brave at Home  (By an American, Thomas Buchanan Read)  The maid wild binds, hor warrior's sash,  With Hiiiilo llui t well her- pain dissembles,  Tho while bcnuatli her- drooping lash,  ���������   One starry telir-dr-op hangs and trembles,  Though Heavtlii alone records the tear,  And Famo sllall never know her- story.  Her heart lias ahecl a drop as dear  As e'er bedevV'cd tho Hold of glory!  The wife who.g'li-ds her husband's sword, ��������� '  . 'Mid little ones .who weep or wonder,  And bravoly spbaks tho cheoi-ing word,  What thougli. hor heart bo rent asunder,  Doomed nightly, in her dreams to hear !  The bolts of dbath around him rattle,  Hath shed as su'.-r-ed blood as e'er  Was poured upon the field of battle!  \ - ���������  The mother who conceals her grief,  i   Whilo to her liroast htir-son she presses, ���������  .Then breathes ii few brave words and brief  . Kissing tho patriot brow she Mosses,  With no ono.but hor.secret God i ,  To know the pain that weighs upon her,'  <  Sheds holy blood as o'er.the sod . . -,  Roccived on Freedom's field of honor!   ;  PATRIOTIC FUNDS  NOW ORGANIZED  Interesting Report, From  Hedley Patriotic Funds  Committee  the Province..' Forms of application  for adiriittariceinmy be' obtained from  Mr-. D. L. Maci.au rin, Principal, Provincial Normal School, Victoria, B.C.  As a result of the patriotic-meeting  held on Tuesday of .lust week the Hedley Patriotic Funds Committee was  organized. The committee was composed of .Messrs. Q. P. Jones, W. A.  McLean and O. P. Dalton, with power  to add to their number. : They added  F. H. French and J; R. Brown.  Afc a subsequent meeting G. P. Jones  was elected chairman and C. P.-Dalton  secretary-treasurer.  - The committee have put all the affairs of the fund in proper business  order and submit-herewith a'report of  the-fund* to- date:' -v'-'i ���������  Mr.,'Mrs.' aiid Miss A. Jones ...$ 65.00  Dr. M. D. -McEwen. .< -.;.  ;75.00  W. Rescorl 35.00  Mr. and Mrs. G.' Prideaux    55.00  labor 6ay will  be Celebrated  Meeting Saturday Evening  Appointed Committee  to Collect Funds  Mr. and Mrs; W. Sampson..���������  Misses Gezon n-aci Jvi.^L. Gezon.  Mr., Mrs. and Katie Hambly..  Mr;* and Mrs." J. Grieve..'.   Mr. and Mrs. IV Madore   Mr. and Mrs. T. Bysouth   L. S. Morrison   Berc Rescorl   A. W. Vance :  NOTICE AFFECTING  NORMAL STUDENTS  EGGS FOR HATCHING  From imported heavy laying  strains of  WHITE WYANDOTTES    and ������������������  Single Comb White Leghorns  Day old  chicks for sale about end  of March  A few While Leghorn Roosters for*  sale  James Murdoch  Sterling Creek,       -       Hedley, B.C.  Victoria Normal School Accepts Students ��������� From  Any Part of B. C.  WHEN   WRITING  AUA'KRTISEHS I'LEASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  ra.*"*-'-i.-t'Mfc'>-*r.4<ra^  * Grand Union |  Hotel  HEDLEY,  British Columbia  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  St  A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor.  S3  tfc**"*Wtl^^  The Provincial Normal School at  Victoria will reopen for the fall session on August 10th next. Both Preliminary and Advanced Courses will  begin on that date.  Very superior- accommodation has  been provided in this beautiful school.  The class rooms are modelled after the  most approved type, while a well-  equipped gymnasium, shower and  plunge baths have been provided for  the students' physical welfare, jri ev>  cry feature of the school it Is noticeable that great care has been taken to  have the students working under the  most hygienic conditions.  In addition to the regular courses  for teachers-in-training, instruction in  Domestic Science, Household .E.canon!-  ics, School Qnrdeninp' nnd Manual  Training have been provided. These  courses are of special value to those  who have not had these opportunities  during their public and high school  work. The graded schools of Victoria  are used to give practice in teaching,  while the semi-graded divisions of the  Model School give n_r,iich-necded practice that prepares the student to meet  the conditions tiiat exist in the ungraded rural school.  Special attention is directed to the  fact that the Victoria -Normal School  is open to students from any part of  Ab the meeting-held Saturday evening in the rear of-Rotherham's store,  tlie 'attendance wasinntlarge but-was  about the average gathering that re-*  sponds to the first'ciill-of a-meeting of  this nature. Those present, however,  got right down to business and as a  result arrangements were made to canvass the town in the interest of a cele-  ��������� 1  bralron for Isibor Day. The rustling  committee appointed was A. T. Hors  will, R. Corrigan, B. W. Knowles' and  A. B. S. Stanley. As soon" as "Mr.  Horswillreturns they will get together  and niake a canvass .and report,' when  other committees will be appointed. ,  The treasurer reported a balance of  over $150 on haiid from the last celebration, and on motion of T. H. Roth-  er-lram, seconded by B. Rolls, ib was  decided to place $100 at the disposal of  the Hedley Patriotic Funds committee  towards the machine gun fund.  H. G. Freeman was appointed secretary arid T. H. llotherham treasurer.  The suggestion was rriad.e to hold a  monster picnic at which aquatic and  field events would be carried out and  prizes offered. This seemed to appeal  to the majority present and the committee was appointed as previously  mentioned.  We are tilW't-y-s discovering new results of war, The latest is the decline  in popularity in nil English speaking  countries of tbe name ''William." A  person thinks twice before adopting it  for a baby nowadays. It is a great  pity that the Kaiser has involved it in  disgrace, for there are a lot of mighty  deoent fellows who have been known  as "Bill."���������Ex.  The secretary of the Hedley Patriotic Funds Committee has received  word from Miller- & Murdoch to the  effect that they wish to donate 7A percent, of the income frcinr, their ranch,  to \\\e Red Cross fund. This they will,  give each month during th% life of the  war*. Here is a chance for- patriotic  white people to help on the fund by  buying from white men who are depending upon the sale of their produce, not only for a living, bub for the  means to su;bscviue to the war fund._   ,  .'30-00  .50:00  40.00  -30:00  :25.00  25.00  20.00  ���������20.-00"  -20.00  W. N. McAlpine .  ...". ........   20.00  Wm. Ray  "'17:00  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holland ..... 30,00  Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Smart, Mrs.     , - '��������� ������������������  K. Hale, Kattie Smart.:    31.00  Mr.'and Mrs. Fred-Williams....:: 20.00-  W. Woodhead :    15.00  Joe,Brown ..,    15.00  JS. .0, .Couch . '-.A.-.--..���������������-.-���������������'-.-.-.-..-. _���������V*M  Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Peterson....   25.00  R. Hambly     15.00  A. McKenzie    15.00  Fred Eddy    15.00'  E. H. Simpson    15.00  G. McEache'rn    15.00  Ole Skreenes v. ��������� "��������� 10.00  E.-W. Vans  -IO.60  R. Hamill     10.00  D.W. Chisholm     10.00  D. McLeod     10.00  Geo. Williams     10.00-  R. Anderson     10.00  D.J. McPherson     10.00  J. Bray     10.00  Colon McPhail ;...    10.00  J. Frame     10.00  A. Nicholson     10.00  W. W. Savage     10.00  H. V. Linch     10.00  Sam Swanson. T '   10.00  Carl Olson     10.00  E. Berg     10.00  Axel Sanberg     10.00  Gust Malm     10.00  Mat Sikich    10.00  Fk. Wyberg     10.00  P. McPhail.'.....'   .....    10.00  Duncan McPherson ��������� 10.00  J. Palmer  ......    10.00  S. 0. McLain (Gov. Survey)     10.00  Swan Swedling .  .-10.00.  Chas. Anderson    10.00  D. W. Mills     15.00  E. Baragwanath     10.00  J.Stapleton.      9.75  W.Cray      0.75  W. Snider      9.75  E.-W. Robinson      7.50.  A. P. Martin..      5.00  Jas. Dragoes      5.00  D. Rankin      5.00  Casper Steerr      5.00.  M. Gillis      5.00  J. Symons      5.00  S. J. Olson      5.00  Chong Yick and waiters     10.00  A.Beam      5.00  Dan Sanders      5.00  A. Rawnsley ,     6.00  B..H. Lund      5.00  L. Fife      5,00  T. Imigen      5.00  H. H. Messenger      3.50  Joe Hyde      3.25  M... Pehi...      1*00  R. S. Collin     25.00  Vaughn Huneke 25.00  T. H. Rotherhanr 25.00  Mr. and Mrs.W. A. McLean....    30.00  Mr. and Mrs. S..L. Smith.......    40.00  Jack Howe ���������  25,00  Wm. N. Burns .". - 25.00  H. F. Jones .25.00  A. Megraw    :25.00 *  P. Murray;     25.00  Anton Winkler    25.00  H. G. Freeman -��������� 25.00  Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Jackson .   35.00  Geo. Lyon'.-. *.....*...".._ 25.00  J. K. Fraser ,..'.     25.00  M. McLeod     25.00  Geo. Walker ;     25.00  H.W. Conkling      25.00  Wm. Mathew    25.00  J. Mairhofer - 20.00  P. Lorenzetto '.20.00  P. Heldstab'.     20.00  R-. Corrigan    20.00  T. Corrigan    20.00  T. Knowles. '     20.00  W. Knowles ;  20.00  Rod McDougall     20.00  Frank Bentley    20.00  T.C. Porteons     20.00  Thos. Bradshaw    20.00  Robt. Boyd. >'���������' 20.00  Grant Knowles     15.00 *  A. J. King        15.00  Hobt. Clare     15.00  Jack Hardman      15.00  G.R.Allen .-..    15.00  J: 'Jamieson.' ���������, . 15.00  H. E. Hansen    15.00  Jack Smibh. * 15.00  A.-B. S; Sbanley    15.00  B. W. Knowles :     15.00  Geo. H. Sproule     15.00  Sam Knowles .'     15.00  G.W. Wfrtanen     15.00 o  J. Murdoch.-     15.00  G. M. Gilberb     15.00  J. Fraser     15.00  Dave Henderson .-... \ 15.00  A. Loonier ,.     15.00  /A.-,' Clares-: hv.--*v7.\ .**:->X.:~r-.-.. r?���������15:00���������  P.- G.<Wrighb ."    ,15.00  $1168.50  Hedley Gold Mining Co., Ltd.. .$500,00  Hedley Trading Co., Ltd., and  employees.    50.00  Wm. Lonsdale.....  .50.00  Boeing & Brass.     50.00  A- friend.. 1 ..-s.2S._o5-  IL,D. Barnes   ,25.W  O. A. Thompson     15.00  Wm. Bryant!'     15.00  F. A,.J. Dollemore     15.00  J. Whyte     15.00  Wm. Robertson     10.00  W. -T'^Butler     10.00  Chas; Ellison 10.00  Wm. Beebon.     10.00  W. W. Corrigan     10.00  Geo. E. French     10.00  Mrs.. E. C..P. Sproule     10.00  C. P. Dalton     10.00  A. W. Jack     10.00  Miss L. Beale.     10.00  A. J. McGibbon     10.00  James Clarke     10.00  Jas. Stewart & Co     10.00  R. J. Edmond...,     15.00  V. Zackerson     10.00  W. C. Vance '.    10.00  Ed Hossack    10.00  J. Donovan     10.00  L. T. Joudry    10.00  A. Miller     10.00  W W McDougall     10.00  Ed Burruss     10.00  J Naff .....  10.00  A W Harper     10.00  Leo Brown....-      10.00  E Gar-dine.....................    10.00  Mike Mitisen      10.00  D Curry     10.00  Tom Brown    10.00  A friend.     10.00  J Lundguist    10.00  Miss S Miller      5,00  Miss M Beale     '5.00  Jas Critchley      5.00  C A Brown      5.00  J Beale      5 00  Miss E Clare      5.00  Mrs GR Allen  1      5.00  Tom Godfrey      5.00  Joe Schmegt      5.00  Mrs A Winkler      5,00  A Beam 5.00  O Jordan      5.00  A Johnson      5.00  J Gaare      5.00  T R Willey      5.00  J Hossack      6.00  J Cosgrove ...-.  ............     5.00  Quan One      5.00  A Loy...      5.00  M C Hill       5.00  Charlie Allison      5.00  Geo H Shelder ,     5.00  Frank* Cavbonaro......  ..,.,,,     5.00  Bruce Rolls      5.00  L.-0 Rolls       5.00  Loo Wing      5,00  J Rotherham..      5.00  Ray Hilliard ,: ,\ ,   5,00  ���������Soilbinucd on Pago Two THE HEDIEY GAZETTE,. JULY 29, 1915  She Itedley Oaitfte  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  l'*er Year   fr-"-'^  "   (United SUites)..-. ���������.* 'A50  Advertising Rates  Measurement. VI lines to tho inch.  -Transient Advertisements���������iiotj-xcoudini!' one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  ouch subsequent insertion. Over one inch.  10 cents per lino for first insortion una 5  cents per (inc for each subsequent insertion.  Trantuonts payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch pet- month  91.23; over 1 inch and up to 4 inches, $1.00  pcriiicliperrnonth. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will bo given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  C'ertiflcntc of Improvements $10.00  (Where more than one claim appears  'in .notice, $2.30. for- each additional  .  claim.)   A.' B. S. STANLEY, Editor  Last quar.  1  4-^-%  First quar.  19  mM������&9  Now Moon  12  ���������^8/  Full Moon  .26  1915  JULY  1915  Sun. Mon.  Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  l  2       3  4       5  G    " 7'     8  9     10  11     12  13     14     15  16     17  18     19  20     21     22  23     24  25     26  27     28     29  30    .81  One Year of War  As    thu   M,ririi-vc-ratt.ry    of     the  declaration of war by Great  Britain approaches, the undertaking assumes more magnificent proportions.  Not only is this the greatest  war in the history of the world  ���������in the sense that the greatest  ���������number of great nations are in-  _ yolved, that- the greatest armies  in the history .-'of -warfare.. are  engaged, that war has been carried into the air for, the first  .time; that the greatest; fighting  machines, both on land and sea,  have been introduced "for the  first time, but also that this is  the first time that a nation,  claiming "kultur" and civilization,: has resorted to the barbaric and inhuman methods - of  warfare, such as Germany has  employed in this great war.  The unspeakable Turk and  his atrocities become as nothing  compared to the diabolical system of hatred and revenge, as  meted out by Germany to her  enemies in this great war.  The future of Germany depends upon her victorious conduct of this war.     To Germany  it   means life or death.     The  time has  gone by   when   she  might have confined the consequences of her loss of the   fight  to the sacrifice of a little territory or the payment  of an indemnity.     Now it means much  more to her than either of both  of these.     She has challenged  the World, she has defied all the  modern systems of civilization.  She has virtually dared the nations to match her in the pro-  . duction  of munitions   of   destruction, but she has placed on  .all opponents the handicap of  the years in which she was hypocritically crying "peace,"   yet  herself actively preparing for  this war.  She has arrogantly assumed  the leadership in Art, and to  better her claims, aims to destroy wantonly, the wonderful  art treasures which are located  which for centuries, the world  has regarded as masterpieces. ������  But for-all this- Germany  must some day render account,  and when the question is asked  "How long will the war last,"  the answer involves the consideration of all these facts and  many others.  Not till Germany has learned  that the world will not allow  her to scatter to the four winds  its love of home, of liberty, of  religion, of patriotism, of democracy, of art, virtue, honor and  truth. Not till she has learned  the principle of British fair play  which is contained in the doctrine world widely acknowledged that the Britisher's word is  as good as his bond. Not till  the neutrality of Belgium,, of  Holland, of Switzerland, of .the  Balkan States or other of the  smaller powers is assured inviolate for all time, against the  aggressive spirit of the Teuton.  Not till the cry of destitute Belgium, widowed, orphaned, desecrated, has been atoned for and  reparation made. Not till' the  recurrence of Germany's barbaric methods Is put beyond  the pale of the possible, and the  future peace of the world is absolutely assured,, will the war  cease.  This will have,"cost millions'of  lives, trillions of dollars, the  flower of the world's manhood,  the best, the most ancient of the  World!s treasure of art and architecture,- arid .will have 'made  .parts Tof Europeiiithe burying  ground of the millions of patriots, whose lives were given in  defense .of..liberty,!;,fright and  justice on the one hand, and. in  defense of aggrandisement, ��������� tyranny and hate on the other.  tion in the number of 'idle cars last  month testifies to more'- active movements of freight. Returns of railroad  cnrnimis are now less disannointing  than in the past and. expectations of  further, improvement in this respect  are encouraged by the official promise  of big yields of grain.."     *  Patriotic .Funds  Continued from' l'l'igo^Oiie'  P Ashnola ...--. " ���������'���������"���������   Nellie Dailey   M J Mehar /./.."���������'.....,   Francis Bow Kee ..".."."*   h s Votaw :....;   F Bates :....:..'..    .-."...  George Beale .....  Robt Lock hart ...  ',  5.00  ���������1.00  3.00  3.00  3.00  2.50  2.00  2.00  Sam Wauph  2.00  G-F Oroly.....-.,.-..:,.?.,-.-,..,-... 2.00  G W Peterson  1.00  H Rosseau ..... ;-.'���������...* .7.'..'.  1.00  Yuen Kee  1.00  Ohbng Choon....'...".?:. -.'  1.00  Richard Clare. '....'.  1.00  Henry Jones ...... ..'T!.".:':'..'.. 1.00  W Allison  1.00  H B Parsons '...  1.00  Minnie Winkler  1.00  Ena Winkler '.'.  1.00  Annie Knudson.......  1.00  Mrs Soukup  1.00  Wallace Hamilton...-.  1.00  Arthur French.  1.00  Wm. Corrigan, jr  .10  Alex .-....; .-  .50  C E Prior '.....'.  20.00  H S Rose  20.00  G A Riddle....-  .15.00  E E Burr .'.,..,.'.'..!  10.00  Wm Arnbt ���������  5.00  J W Wirth ....;...-.,.,  10.00  F M Gillespie .'  60.00  J G Webster -..-...--  2.45  Labor Day Sports Committee..  100.00  A Young.Plan's Best Recommendation  is his "Bank Hook. A Savings Account���������added to system.*! lie-ally���������'shows that the young intuits careful, prudent, econoiniYal, far-sighted, level-headed; just the kind  of assistant, clerk, secretary,, that the'big business men  want.  What about yourself? Is a Bank Account one of  your recommendations? If n *', start one tod.ty. Even  if you have but'a dollar to sptr.--.j-, put it in the bank and  mid to it every pay day.  BBS  78 Years in Business. . Capita' and Surplus $7,384,000.  Hedley Branch       -       -       C. P. DALTON, Manager  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF   The tone of Dun's Review for  the past week is decidedly encouraging. Taken in conjunction with the reports of the census bureau as dealing more particularly with the crop conditions, the whole business outlook  shows a much better tendency  than it has for some time.  The admission by a journal of  this character, that there are  evidences of improvement at all  is a great concession, in view of  the ultra-conservative policy of  the Review's editorial writers.  The following paragraph ought  to be read with pleasure:  "Constructive' factors    accumulate  and   the  international  uncertainties,  while, making for. caution, fail to check  the growth of confidence in the future.  With the basic influences still-gaining  in strength, the outlook steadily becomes brighter, although, apart from  industial lines, progress is not rapid in  any direction.    It is mainly in sentiment that the general    situation continues to reflect, uniform and substan-  tail bettment, but in   actual  commercial transactions there is also concrete  evidence   of  improvement.     One  instance of this is found in the record of  bank clearings which more frequently  show   increases   in   comparison   with  earlier periods and for   the   current  week are 5.4   per  cent,   larger than  in   1914.     To   some   extent   this   is  due to  the   increasing   expansion in  speculative operations at New York  yet the gains in the   totals at  outside  cities indicate u   broading  volume   of  business in legitimate trade  channels.  ��������� Total... -..-.. *..;*,....... $3714.05  Of the total amount, $3,714.05, $732.-  35 is for the Red Cross arid $2,981.70  for the Machine Gun fund.  i  |       WAR JfcLOTES      |  The'letter "K" has.pjayed a promin-  tint part in;.the qaVeerSof the Minrster  of War, Kitchener of Khar-ton in, K.G.,  -V  K. P.     He has   fought  in   turn   the  ���������    - - i -  Khalifa, Kruger, Khedive and Kaiser-,  and has raised Korintless Khaki Kom:  parries"for' King and Kouritry.���������West  Yale Review.  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  , Bills of Fare  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  TRY US == WE GIVE SATISFACTION  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  PAINTING  PflPER-HflNGING  KflLSOMINING  TERMS MODERATE  DftLYnVE.   -   -   tiEDLEy, B.G.  most of the fall and winter in the  west, between Hedley, Ashcroft and  Montana.  .NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  District of Yale  Kitchener's . speech at the guildhall  recently removes any lingering doubts  that might have existed as to whether  every physically fit man was required  for war service. Kitchener knows that  Great Britain needs every man available to insure complete victory, and  now that the war office is able to equip  them he has said so.���������Daily News.  By using a biblical reference from  the parable of the Prodigal Son, a  soldier in a Lancashire regiment, a  prisoner in Germany, has let his wife  know of the poor food supplied to the  prisoners. Irr the course of an apparently cheerful letter he wrote: "I hope  that at Easter you will read my favorite verse, Luke 15, verse 17." Somewhat puzzled, bis wife turned up the  passage and read: "And when he came  to himself he said: How many hired  servants of my father have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with  hunger?"���������Phoenix Pioneer.  spector ���������French'srabsence. .Russians,  other than reservists, were taken on  and they will continue to be taken on  while the recruiting period lasts Lieut.  Mephaur of .the 53rd arrives to-day to  take away the new recruits. Everyone is elegible to make application for  enlistment and this will probably be  the last time this opportunity will be  given people in The Pas to join at this  point.���������The Pas Herald.  TAKE NOTICE thai George Edward  Tcniianl, of Vancouver, 1-3. C, occupation  Broker, intends lo apply for permission to  purchase lire following- described lands:���������  Commencing- at a post planted forty (40)  chains north, of (lie southwest corner of  Indian Reserve No. '2899, about four miles  south of the confluence of Stirling. Greek  ancl Similkameen River, thence eighty (80)'  chains south', thence twenty (20) chains  west,' thence eighty- (80) chains north,:  thence twenty (20) chains east to point  of commencement, .and containing One  Hundred arid Sixty Acres.  Gjjorge Edward Tennant.  .  Dated 15lh day of June, 1915.      -       25-10  NOTICE  TEN YEARS  AGO  Other statistics are    likewise  more  outside   of   her   territory   and j favorable and the considerable :rediic-  The 109th regiment at Toronto has  evolved a new wrinkle in recruiting.  They have obtained from the street  railway company a car bearing in  front the sign: "To Berlin, via the  109th Regiment," and on the fender,  "Your King Calls You; How Will  You Answer Him?" On the side in  conspicuous letters are the words: "If  you want to enlist, jump on this car;',  inside at the table sit the recruiting  officers. The car made a tour on Monday of a number of streets and the  response was more than was looked  for. "To Berlin" catching the popular  fancy.���������Daily Miner*.  Recruiting commenced in the Pas  Wednesday morning of last week  under the direction of Inspector Ryan  of the R. N. W. M. P. who is in command of the detachment here   in   In-  (From .the Hedley Gazette of July  27th, 1905.)  The Palmer Mountain Tunnel Co. at  Loomis has been re-organized, and  work is to be prosecuted shortly.  Fred Fine, of the Oroville Gazette,  has taken in with him for a partner,  Ben Thompson, formerly connected  with the Wenatchee Republic.  It is understood that only one tender-  was received for building the school-  house, and it has been sent forward  to the department. Hedley builders  have all they can do this summer.  Paul Johnson, of Kitchikan, Alaska,  is in town this week and yesterday  went up on the hill to examine some  properties. Smelters generally follow  where he goes, and it is hoped that  the situation in Hedley will appeal to  him in the right way.  The Twentieth Century Reading  Room in the Methodist church is open  every night and is supplied with the  latest papers and magazines which  may be taken advantage of by anyone  who wishes to drop in and look them  over. The lending library is also free,  and contains some very good books.  Marcus Daly, M. E., of New York,  son of the late Marcus Daly, arrived  in Hedley last week accompanied by  Mr. Jas. W. Geiraid, of New York.  On Wednesday they left for Ashcroft.  Mr. Gerrard purposes returning to  New York,  but Mr*. Daly will, spend  Certificate of Improvements  Oregon, St. Bernard, Winchester and  Savage Mineral 'Claims, situate' in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.      Where   located:   On  Sixteen  , Mile Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that. L.W. Shatford, I-I.  A. Turner, T. D. Piekard and F. H.  French, Free Miners' Certificates No. 93,-  21613, 93226B, 90777B, and 93217B, intend  sixty days from" date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for Certificates of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before  lhe issuance, of such Certificates of Improvements. '        ' ;���������  Dated this 11th day of June, A. D. 1915.  22-9 F. H. FRENCH, Agent.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  rjOAL mining rights of tho Dominion, ir  ,-/ Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Albor-ta,  tho Yukon Territory, tho North-west Territories und in a portion of tho l'rovinco of British Columbia, may bo loused foi-n term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an  acre. Not more thaii 2,560 acres wi be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must bo mado by tho  applicant in person to tho Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which tho rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory tho land must bo described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsur-veyed territory tho tract  applied for shall be staked out by tho applicant  hllllHOl*,  Kach application must bo accompanied by a  fee of ?5 which will be refunded if tlio rights  applied for are not available, but not other  wise. A royalty shall be paid on tho merchantable output of the mine at tho rate of five cents  tier ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable mined  and pay the royalty thereon.   1 coal min  ing rights aro not being operated su returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  ���������  The lcaso will include the coal mining rights  only, but tho lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available siir-faco rights mny  bo considered necessary for tbo working of tho  mine at the rate of $10.00 an aero  For full information application should bo  made to tho Soerotary of tho Department of  tho Interior, Ottawa, or o any Agent or Sub-  Agontof Dominion Lands.  W. W. COKY,  Deputy Minister of tho Interior.  N.H.-Unauthoi-izcd publication of this advertisement will not be.paid for. i)-(liu EKUaSbfeaE^aai  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY 29, 1915  ������������������*"-" **.-*....  TOWN AND DISTRICT  Mrs. D. Keefe left today for a   visit  with her- daughter at Yurir.  E. E. Burr arrd family were passengers on the Southbound today, enioute  for Oroville.  next week and will then make  the return trip in much'shorter time.'  Dr. McEwen had a call to Keremeos  Tuesday evening und returned Wednesday morning.  R. J. Edmond and wife have just returned from a very pleasant visit at  the Bromley .ranch.  J. D. Brass was a passenger East-  bound Monday, enioute to Greenwood.  E. D. Boeing returned Monday from  Oroville, where he-has been visiting  with Mr. Bowerman and taking in the  circus.  Mrs. Wheeler and' daughters are  away on a visit with friends in California, while there they will take irr  the big exposition.  Dr. Thompson, dentist, who has been  in Hedley for the past few weeks, left  Monday for Rossland where he expects  to remain for a week or two. He will  later return to Hedley.  On Wednesday evening next will be  held another of the patriotic smokers.  There will be a program much on the  order of the last affair, which was such  a decided success. A good time is assured;   'Everybody come.  Golfers are reminded that the Merrill cup contest will take place soon;  probably some time in- September.  Last year at this time the competitors were rounding themselves into  shape with frequent .practices. The  weather now has become. so much  cooler that the sport ought to be at its  height.  6H060lat8������!  Royal Victorias  Nual, Patterson  ���������and some splendid  Chocolates in bulk.  fiedleu Drud & Book Store (  SEE THAT IT IS  Made In Canada  We understand arrangements are  are being completed for the work of  building a road from just beyond the  bridge on the main street to connect  with the' Company's road over, the  dam.. When completed the flat across  the darn will be cleared out and the  result will be an ideal camping ground  very close to Hedley. It is hoped this  arrangement will be completed for the  big picnic which is planned for Labor  day.  Fire warden Carle was a visitor* to  town yesterday. He had a trip to  Chopaka Sunday owing to afire which  was started by lightning, but was very  easily quenched.  , A. B. S. Stanley Jr. arrived Tuesday  to augment the staff of the Hedley  Gazette. He positively refuses to  commit himself as to how he will like  Hedley until he has tried out the  fishing.  When Prof Glaze left Hedley recently, his destination was Chelan, Wash.  Hisdeparture was, much regretted, by  all those musically inclined in Hedley  but more especially by the band.  Last week a petition was circulated  and signed by at least two hundred  residents asking the department' of  public works to build a road from  Hedley to the Nickel Plate Mine.  Whereas in the past the Company has  granted passes and allowed its tramway to be used at all times and by all  people, the traffic has now increased to  such an extent that it is no-longer-  convenient to do so and means a considerable inconvenience to the Company. The road in question will be a  wagon road open to all the public all  time and will be a great convenience  to the miners,, their families, friends  and others.  C. A. Brown won the monthly medal in the Golf Club's competition for-  July, his score being 52, 48=100-8=92.  Other- scores were: A. W. Jack, 55, 41  =99; Jas. Clarke, 51, 55=109-9=100;  P. Murray, 53, 49=102.  Bible class will be held in the church  on Sunday, August 1st, at 2:30 p. m.  Subject, "The Queen of Sheba Visits  Solomon," 1 Kings 10:1-10. A hearty  invitation is extended to all. Come  and bring your- bibles. Teacher, Mrs.  Creelman.  -  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  BATHS  IN CONNECTION  R. HILLIARD   -   Prop.  (|!������OOQeCCO06C<SOO8OS0i8i0C  | OF  INTEREST  TO  ^ Poultry Raisers  Clip this advertisement from  the Hedley Gazette and mail  it to us today. In return we  will send -you, without charge  generous samples of our famous Chick Food and Growing  Food in order that you may  test their wonderful values.  State name and .address and  nearest post office, also name  and  address of your dealer.  WITH the.present increased cost of living it is  , . . really a serious- question.    If you can get a  few more loaves each bake day, would-you not be  prepared to at least try the flour which guarantees  this result?���������OUR BEST. So why not order a sack  next time'"* and if you don't like it���������if it does not  suit you���������we will cheerfully refund you the full  ��������� purchase price.  OREELMAN & LYALL  "STORE OF QUALITY".  ADVERTISE  IN THE  GAZETTE  The VANCOUVER MILLING  and GRAIN COMPANY, Ltd.  Vancouver, B. C.  SING LEE  Laundry,    Contracting   of   all  kinds, Ditch digging,  Wood  Sawing, Clearing lana, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  fF  fHOTEL SIMILKAMEENl  HEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  ''WW ������ww-  HEDLEY MEAT  MARKET  BQ  ��������� ��������� ���������  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  [hand.   Fresh Fish on  sale   every   Thursday. -  EDMOND, Prop.  ���������';���������  Charley Votaw, who has been help-  his father at the Great Northern depot, is now employed at the depot at  Oroville. He likes Oroville, but has  not yet become accusted to sleeping in  the day time and working at night as  the new job requires.  KEREME0S-PENT1CT0M  ROYALMAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves on arrival of 9.30  and 4 o clock trains.  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO    STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  !*A������WW-/*W*W-/'w'W"'W  ,.;���������-���������_-���������-  --.{',  -���������;���������  IS A SPECIALTY WITH US  I am prepared to teach a limited  number of pupils on the piano and  organ. Terms on application. Holder  of diplomas from the Royal Academy  of Music and Musical College of London, Eng.   Marjory K. Smith.       27-tf  A washout on the Wenatchee divi  sion made it necessary for the Princeton train to make a trip out on the  former* line, so our* train was delayed a  couple of hours, arriving at 12:30. The  return trip was negotiated in pretty  good time however.  H. T. Rainbow, of Princeton, is in  town. He is a carpenter and is looking for work in his line. In the meantime he is assisting the band with his  clarinet. He is accompanied by C.  0. Day, also of the coal town and  whose piccolo helps considerably in the  effect produced by our local band.  Where Are  Your Interests  1f Are they in this community ?  irAre they among the  people with whom you  associate ?  IF Are tliey with the  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  business ?  |-1AVE 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.  x  X  ���������  X  M. Copeland and son, of Spokane,  arc in town for a few days prospecting  some of the adjacent hills. They came  in their Ford car, taking a little over  two days for- the trip, but not needing  to hurry at all, but expect   to   return  If so, you want to know what is happening in this community. You want  to know the goings and comings of  the people with whonr 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 pur-pose. It represents your  interests and the interests of this  town. Is your name on our subscription lists? If not you owe it  to yourself to see that it is put  there.    To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  The Hedley Gazette  HEDLEY, B.C. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY 20. I'.Hf,  KEREMEOS  ���������*������������������  *���������  .���������.���������  Mt*. and Mrs. Fargo came back  from Spokane last Friday.  Maurice Paly was a visitor to  Oroville Mumlay, returning on  Tuesday.  Fireman O. 11. Carlo had a  trip to Chopaka Monday on account of a fire started by lightning.  Mrs. Kerr and Miss Eva Gibson left hist Tuesday 'morning  for Vancouver, the home of the  former.  Mr. Allan McGarry,  of Montreal has arrived  to  spend  the  month of August with Mr. and  ���������*.. Mrs. Stanton." ������������������-���������*-  Mr. A. J. Campbell, who represents a Toronto loan company  Avas a guest at the Keremeos  Hotel Friday; and Saturday.  The dance given by the  Base  _   Ball Boys last Friday night was  not   well  attended,  but   those  who were there report a good  time.  Mrs. Clark, of Green Mountain, came in last Saturday for  a visit with her daughter, Mrs.'  P. J.-Innis, and her, many other  Keremeos friends.  After - an extended visit to  friends and relatives in Vancouver, B. C, and Sumas, Wash.,  Miss Ethel Bromley arrived  home last Saturday.  The result of the Sunday  School picnic-on the'21st was a  fine day, an appetizing dinner,  and-a good time in general. As  usual, there were various races,  but the cup race was ��������� the most  exciting as most of the ladies  took part in-that. The winner  was Mrs. O-Daniel.  Al Smith  and  Walter Wad-  dell, ranchers on Richter Mountain, and   who for some time  have been suspected of rustling  cattle, were arrested for cattle  stealing   on   Sunday   evening.  , .Monday   morning  they had a  hearing and asked for a speedy  taialj and as Judge Brown was  at Princeton, Constable  Bowen  .took the  prisoners   up  on  the  morning train.  They were tried  immediately,  sentenced to  six  and nine months, respectively  .  ������,nd taken at once to Kamloops.  This is-probably a record as regards time in which a case   has  been concluded in this   district,  and it is hoped this will act as a  deterrent to some of those rustlers who  are   alleged   to  have  their abode in   the   vicinity   of  Princeton.  i  Some time in June the  W. C,  T. U. of Keremeos, sent  to  the  Vancouver Red   Cross Society,  sixteen flannelette iiiightrshirts,  several    handkerchiefs,    some  bandages,   etc.     At their last  meeting they voted to send for  another bolt of flannelette and  three dollars wor^n of cheesecloth.   They have a list or articles needed by the Red  Cross  Society, also a number  of patterns and rules to follow in cutting the various kinds of bandages which   are   in   great demand.   As soon as the material  .-arrives, a   date  for a  meeting  will appear in the Gazette, and  if any women^ not members   of  the Union, desire to help the  cause, their assistance will be  greatly appreciated, not only  by the W. C. T. U., but by those  for whom (hey work.  Mr. ancl Mrs. O. li. Carle and  sons attended the circus.at Oroville on the 22nd.  A Red Cross social Avill be  held in the evening of August  6th at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Harrison. All are cordially invited to come. ' A programme  will bo rendered.  VVc have heard it said that it  is only in childhood that one  really enjoys a circus, where  there are quantities of red  lemonade and peanuts, but it,  looks different to judge by the'  number of grown-ups who attended the show in Oroville last  week. Although we are past  childhood's years, we are still  but big boys and girls who enjoy many of the pleasures of  youth. A jolly crowd who went  to Oroville by auto consisted of  Mr. and Mrs. Frith and children  Mrs. Graham and daughter,  Miss Helen and Miss Margaret  Clark. They reached home at  6:30 Friday morning.  The decision of Judge Brown,  who sentenced tho cattle thieves  Smith and Waddell to six  and  nine months  respectively, will  not appeal very strongly to the  people of Keremeos.    His Worship took into, consideration the  fact that Smith - had   a   large  family who. were dependent upon him for support. While there  are probably no'people in B. C.  more open hear ted and generous  than the people,of the Similka-  meen,   and   all   appreciate the  very   laudable   desire   of   His  Worship to temper justice with  mercy,  the fact   remains  that  the  man  who steals cattle is a  very low and undesirable citizen  at any price. On the other'hand  the cattle owner, firm in the belief that the law of the country  will protect him,  turns his cattle out on the range, he is absolutely at the mercy of anyone,  but believes that in this country  his . neighbors are as honest as  he is.    Surely, when that belief  is so rudely dissipated he has a  right to expect redress from the  court, surely when ho abides by  the law himself he has  a  right  to  expect  that  others  will be  compelled  to do so?   The  Gazette  does not wish to give utterance to sentiments that may  suggest contempt of court, or  to   criticise the elocution of Jiis  Worship,  who  is a competent  Judge,  but if there is any way  to   secure   protection  to   these  men, who in the confidence begot  of honest  intent in themselves, put their cattle on the  range, fully trusting their neigh*  bors, we would welcome the information and would give it the  publicity such a boon deserves  in a cattle community.  "Rough on Rats" clears out Rats,  Mice, etc. Don't die'in the House. 15c.  arid 25c. at Drug and Country  .Stores.  PflLfl6E>  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  IIKDLUY   H.C.  H A good stock of Horses and Kigs on  Hand.   11 Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Gonipatiu.  XV O O D   F OH   SALE!  I'lionu \2. D.J.   INNIS I'l-opi-ioUir  Beaver Lake Gold Fields  Herb Lake Gold Fields  THE PAS  MANITOBA  is the point' of entry, and  outfitting station for the  ���������'.GOLD FIELDS" of NEW  MANITOBA.  BEAVER LAKE is  reached from THE PAS by  steamboat and road; HEltB  LAKE by the Hudson Bay  Kailway and ; trail.  Numerous prospectors  are on the ground, and  many proiliising veins have  been located; Work, now  progressing}'is most encouraging, both' as to ore body  and value of qua viz. The  extensive area furnishes an  ample . fiekL for hundreds  of prospectors.  For further information,  write���������  Secretary of  Board of Trade  THE PAS,  Manitoba  Prospectors!  HERB LAKE  'New Manitoba.  Prospectors will find  our stock complete  in every line.  KEREMEOS SERVICES  Divine service will be conducted in  the church on Sunday, August 1st.  Morning service, 11 a.m.; subje'-t: "The  End of the World." Evening service,  .7:30 p.m.; subject: ."The..Gospel Offer  and Call." A hearty invitation is extended to all. Preacher, ft. G, Stewart.  W, H, BUNTING  The Pas,  Manitoba  r  S<-W^S"^^  Full stock on hand of���������  "SC  Fruit Sealers  ALSO  Extra Tops and Rubbers  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  \*  ttfr-WJWWh^M^^  the pleasure of life in  your country home,  this summer, with a  Vidtor-Vidtrola^  There is nothing that "will so fill the  summer days and evenings with  pleasure and enjoyment as the music  of the Vidtor-Vidtrola.  And it's such inexpensive pleasure,  too���������with Vidtrolas from $21 to $305  and Vidtor Records at 90c for ten inch,  double-sided. A few dollars down.  will put a Vidtrola and an assortment  of Vidtor Records (your own choice)  in your home, today, and a smiH  amount each week will keep them  there. Ask us, about our easy-payment  plan.  Vid-rola VI    $33.50  With 15 ten-Inch doub'e-slcfed Victor Re-ordj   (3)  selections,  your own cholcs) 917.00  Sold on easy terms, if desired.  Other Victrolas from $21.00 to $305 (on easy  payments, if desired) and ten-inch, double-sided  Victor Records at 90c for the (wo 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 GO.  LIMITED  Lenoir  Street, Montreal  1  If  DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY  Vidor Records���������Made in Canada��������� Patronize Home Produtfls  560-302 THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY 29.  VMS  KEREMEOS  "?���������  ������������������������������������  Mi*, and Mrs. Fargo came'back  from Spokane last Friday.  Maurice Pnly was a visitor to  Oroville Monday, returning on  Tuesday.  Fireman 0. li. Carlo had a  trip to Chopaka Monday on account of a fire started by lightning.  Mrs. Kerr and Miss Eva Gibson left last Tuesday meriting  for Vancouver, the home of the  former.  Mr. Allan McGarry,  of Montreal has arrived to spend  the  month of August with Mr. and  {.. Mrs. Stanton.- **   - *-  Mr. A. J. Campbell, who represents a Toronto loan company  was a ; guest at the Keremeos  Hotel Friday and Saturday.  The dance given by the  Base  .. Ball Boys last Friday night was  not   well  attended,  but   those  who were there report a good  time.  Mrs_. Clark,  of Green  Mountain, came in last Saturday for  a visit with her daughter,  Mrs'  D. J. Tunis, and her. many other  . Keremeos friends.  After   an   extended  visit   to  ..friends and relatives in Vanco.ii-.  ver, B. C,   and  Sumas,  Wash.,  Miss   Ethel   Bromley    arrived  home last Saturday.  The result of the . Sunday.  School picnic-ori the 2lst was a  fine day, an appetizing dinner,  arid a good time in general. As  usual, there were various races,  but the cup race was the most  exciting as---most of the ladies  took part in-that. The winner  was Mrs. O'Daniej.  4-1 Smith  and  Walter Wad-  dell, ranchers on Richter Mountain, and   who  for some time  have been -suspected'of rustling  cattle, Avere arrested for cattle  stealing   on   Sunday   evening.  Monday   morning  they had a  hearing and asked.for a speedy  taial. and as Judge Brown was  at Princeton, Constable Bowen  took the prisoners   up  on the  morning train.  They were tried  immediately, sentenced to  six  and nine months,  respectively  . tind taken at once to Kamloops.  This is-probably a record as regards time in which a case   has  been concluded in this   district,  and it is hoped this will act as a  deterrent to some of those rustlers who  are   alleged   to  have  their abode in  the   vicinity   of  Princeton.  Some time in June the  W. C.  . T\ U. of Keremeos, sent to the  Vancouver Red   Cross Society,  sixteen flannelette iiiightrshirts,  several    handkerchiefs,     some  bandages,   etc.     At their last  meeting they voted to send for  another bolt of flannelette and  three dollars wort-h of cheesecloth.   They have a list or articles needed by the Red  Cross  Society, also a number of patterns and rules to follow in cutting the various kinds of bandages which   are   in   great demand.   As soon as the material  arrives, a   date for a meeting  will appear in the Gazette, and  if any women j not members   of  the Union, desire to help the  cause, their assistance will be  greatly appreciated, not only  by the W. C. T. U., but by those  for whom they work.  Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Carle and  sons attended the circus.at Oroville on the 22nd.  A Red Cross social will be  held in the evening of August  6th tit the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Harrison. All are cordially invited to come. A programme  will be rendered.  We have heard it said that it  is only in childhood that one  really enjoys a circus, where  there are quantities of red  lemonade and peanuts, but it,  looks different to judge by the  number of grown-ups who nt-  tended the show in Oroville last  Aveek. Although we are past  childhood's years, we are still  but big boys and girls who enjoy many of the pleasures of  youth. A jolly crowd who went  to Oroville by auto consisted of  Mr. and Mrs. Frith and children  Mrs. Graham and daughter,  Miss Helen and Miss Margaret  Clark. They reached home.at  6:30 Friday morning.  The decision of Judge Brown,  who sentenced the cattle thieves  Smith and Waddell to six  and  nine months  respectively, will  not appeal very strongly to the  people of Keremeos.    His Worship took into consideration the  fact that Smith -had   a  large  family who. were dependent upon him for support. While there  are probably no 'people in B. C.  more open hearted and generous  than the. people of the Similka-  meen,   and   all   appreciate the  very   laudable.; desire' of  .His  Worship to temper justice with  mercy,  the fact   remains  that  the  man   who steals cattle is a  very low and undesirable citizen  at any price. On the other hand  the cattle owner, firm in the belief that the law of the country  will protect him,  turns his cattle out on the range, heis absolutely at the mercy of anyone,  but believes that in this country  his . neighbors are as honest as  he is.    Surely, when that belief  is so rudely dissipated he has a  right to expect redress from the  court, surely when he abides by  the law himself he has  a  right  to  expect  that  others  will, be  compelled  to do so?    The  Gazette  does not wish to give utterance to sentiments that may  suggest contempt of court, or  to  criticise tho dpcisiou of Jiis  Worship,  Avho is a competonj-  Judge,  but if there is any Avay  to   secure   protection  to   these  men, wb������ in the confidence begot  of honest  intent in themselves, put their cattle on  the  range, fully trusting their neighbors, we would Avelcome the information and would give it the  publicity such a-boon deserves  in a cattle community.  "Rough on Rats" clears . out Rats--,  Mice, etc. Don't die in lhe Housed 15c.  arid 25c. at Dr-ui* and Country Stores.  PALME  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables    HHDLISY   U. C. ���������  If A good stock of Horses and Kigs on  Hand.,  11 Orders'for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Gompaiiij.  WOOD    1*U K   S A L E !  I'hoiio li  D. J. INNIS  Proprietor  Attention!!  Beaver Lake Gold Fields  Herb Lake Gold Fields  THE PAS  MANITOBA  is the point-' of entry, and  outfitting' station for the  "GOLD FIELDS" of NEW  MANITOBA.  BEAVER LAKE i s  reached from THE PAS'by  steamboat aiid road; HERB  LAKE by the Hudson Bay  Railway aiid'trail.  Numerous prospectors  are on. the ground, and  many promising veins have  been located: Work, now  'progressing-!'is'most encouraging, both-' as to ore body  and value of quartz, The  extensive area furnishes an  ample field for hundreds  of prospectors.  For further -information,  write���������.  Secretary of  Board of Trade  THE PAS,  Manitoba  Prosptorsi  HERB LAKE  New Manitoba  Prospegtors will find  our stock  complete  in every line.  KEREMEOS SERVICES  Divine service will be conducted in  the chur-ch on Sunday, August 1st.  Morning service, 11 a.m.; subject: "The  End of the World." Evening service,  7:30 p.m.; subject: "The,Gospel Offer  and Call." A hearty invitation is extended to all. Preacher, ft. G, Stewart.  W? H, BUNTING  The Pas,  Manitoba  r  *%^M^3%^^  Full stock on hand of���������  "SC  Fruit Sealers  ALSO  Extra Tops and Rubbers  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  WW-Mfl^^  ���������m&BES8&������$������2������SZg2  the pleasure of life in  your country home,  this summer, with a  Vicftdr-Vicftrolav  '.-'.'"     ��������� ��������� ..������������������*������������������ * *' .i   .(".-".   -....".  There is nothing that will so fill the  summer days and evenings "with  pleasure and enjoyment as the music  of the Vidtor-Vidtrola.  And it's such inexpensive pleasure,  too���������with Vidtrolas from $21 to $305  and Vidtor Records at 90c for ten inch,  double-sided. A few dollars down  will put a Vidtrola and an assortment  of Vidtor Records (your own choice)  in your home, today, and a smill  amount each week will keep them  there. Ask us, about our easy-payment  plan.  Vidtrola VI    $33.50  With 15 ten-Inch double-sided Victor RB-or.lj   (3J  selections,  your own choice) S 17.00  Sold on easy terms, if desired.  Other Victrolas 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 45 0-  page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000  Victor Records.  BERLINER GRAMOPHONE GO.  LIMITED  Lenpir  Street, Montreal  ______ DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY  Vidlor Records���������Wide in Canada���������Patronize Home Produrib  560-302  "&-

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