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 ,,..'..:'"-'.'l-  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1910.  Number 24.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in Vancouver.]  9.0. Li. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister,   Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Mcrk Block  penticton,    -  B. C.  Geo. H. fir ought on  B.C. Jfc D.L..S.. Graduate S.P.S.    r  Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor.  Now at Princeton  JflS. GLflRKE  Watchmaker  HED-LBY, EI.G.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL PENTICTON  HeadquarterM for Tourist Travel.  Rate* Moderate.  A. Bakmks. Prop.       PENTrcrox, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real Eatato,  Minos,  Crown   Grants   Applied   For  '��������� Under Land Act and  Minoral Act.'  Agont for:  Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Fire Jiwurance Co.  Calgary Kiro Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co.  London 3c Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  United Wireless Telegraph Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B. C.  Grand Union  Hotel _^ i,  HEDLEY, B. C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  HEDLEY BIBBER SHOP  Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  HAIR  CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  JL A. F. & A. M.  YftV UKGULAK monthly meetings of  /\y\ Hedley Lodf.'e So. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  are held on the second Friday in  each mouth in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visitinpf  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  W. J. FORBES H. D. BARNES,  W. M Secretary  K. A. C. HTUDU  IIAItOr.1) MAVN1-* UAI.V  STUDD & DALY,  Mcnibcz's Vancouver Stock Kxchangc  Real Estate, Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  738 Hastings Street W.  Opposite Sow Post OiHce  1'. O, BOXiKX*  Vancouver, - - B. C.  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  ATTEMPTED MURDER  Italian Tries to Behead Fellow-laborer -  Victim in Hospital Here���������Culprit  Captured  Italian navvies working oh tho V.  V. &E. grade spoilod the reputation  for good behavior which they enjoyed  when working in this vicinity.  On Saturday night  one   of   them",  LIKE BOLT FROM BLUE  News ot Wireless Disclosures Comes as  Unwelcome Surprise to Stockholders���������Tinhorns Jubilant  COLONIAL DEFENCE  Daily papers reaching here on Friday last had surprisingly unwelcome  news for holders of United Wireless  Telegraph stock. Tlie despatches ap-  pearing in these dailies told ot the arrest; on  behalf of the United States  Lord Lucas Makes Suggestion In Re-  . gard to Improvement of Forces  Carmenuchi  Dominick,  made a mur-l ,.  7 . ,,      .:,        -. T.       Post Office Department of C. C. Wil  derous assault  with a razor ,,on Jim r  Volpe in  which he attempted  to be  head him.   The affray took place in  Princeton on  the platform in'front of  the Tulameen  hotel.     The men had  been  working out on the line at station  work and  came into Princeton  that afternoon'. There was no quarrelling rior altercation;, between1 them at  the time and the affair was altogether  treacherous arid cold-blooded, for the  assailant went over to Thomas' store  after they had  been drinkintr for a  while and bought a razor with which  he returned.   Suddenly and without  warning he slashed at Volpe catching  him first at the back of the neck and  drawing the razor around to the wind  pipe he narrowlv missed the jugular  vein. , The long wound > while deep in  places is hot regarded by the. doctor as  serious.     Volpe  was   brought to  the  railway hospital at  Hedley.     When  first cut he sat down  on a  bench and  made no outcry for several minutes  until,finally he called for a doctor and  by this  time Dominick had time to  escape. - " '  Constable Hewatt, however, on  learning of the affair;took prompt  steps for his apprehension and the  telephone was used to head him off.  He kept off the wagon roads and a  couple of days later was caught about  half way between Princeton and Nicola, presumably on the One-mile Trail.  The only reason Volpe can assign for  the assault was that in his capacity as  foreman of the gang he had occasion  at times to collect from the men to  send out members who were injured  and on these occasions Dominick  would not contribute and was 'disagreeable and a little friction was  caused terminating as above.        "-��������� ���������'  NEARING COMPLETION  Oroville;Wenatchee Line soon Ready for  the Rails.  (Oroville Gazette)  The heavy blasting that has reverberated  through  the valley  for   the  past week was the work of a gang of  men engaged in connecting the "Y"  on the east side of the Okanagan river  with  the grade of the Oroville-We-  uatchee branch.    The contractors ran  against some prettv heavy rock work  at that point requiring the burning of  a goodly quantity of powder.     When  this short link is finished there will be  a continuous roadbed for a long distance all ready for the ties and rails..  The grade is about entirely completed  from Oroville  to Tonasket, and the  gaps from that point to  Pateros, the  present terminus,  are being   rapidly  filled  in.     There is some  bridge and  culvert work  to be finished,  but from  present indications there is no known  reason why the entire length of the  line should not be ready for- the steel.  START IN EARLY  Canadian* Northern Atlantic Liners to be  Record-Breakers  Veenon, B. C.  Quebec, June 15.���������What is believed  to bo a trans-Alantic record has been  established by the steamer Royal Edward, of the Royal Steamship line,  which arrived in port at 3 p.m. today.  The Royal Edward left Bristol at  7 p.m. on Thursday last, and by reaching here at 3 p.m. today establishes a  record which is fifty minutes ahead  of tbe best time yet made, which was  bv the Empress of Ireland.  After discharging Quebec passengers and freight here the Royal Edward left for Montreal.  son, president of the company, '8. C.  Bogart, vice-president and Tompkins,  head of the leading" selling agency,  the charge being' that of using the  mails for fraudulent purposes. Tbe  despatches went on to say" that stock  was being loaded "on to the public,at  grossly inflated prices and that the operating department was being conducted at a loss.  This latter statement on the part of  post office inspectors, however, is denied both by the principals arrested  and by the heads of the operating and  construction departments who claim  that a substantial profit results from  the operating of the system.  If the condition of affairs is anything  like us bad as the first reports indicate  then it is evident that the swindle has  been much more widespread than the  mere arrest of these three would warrant'and that those fiscal agents who  issue the literature-upon which stock  was sold under misrepresentation were  equally culpable for the. false statements sent out.  Tn Canada most pf the stock sold  was in Manitoba, especially Winnipeg  and Brandon, and territories. In British Columbia most of it was placed in  Victoria and Vancouver and a few.  ���������'places in the interior, Hedley included,  for which latter the writer is to blame,  but all the sales were made in perfect  good faith under the- coast agency of  Chailes;L. Parker, of Vancouver who  was selling*underhisfatherOeo.H.Parker, * Seattle, who was general fiscal  agent for the west. -  The heads of the operating depart-"  merit say that this denouement will  not effect the operating department  which is on a basis quite separate from  the stock-vending and stock manipu>,  rating end of the affair, arid while it  would be folly to disregard the seriousness of the situation which would lead  the /P. O. department t6 proceed as  they have done or to try' to minimize  the calamity, it is more than probable  that the'first reports given out to the  press were, more or less  Exaggerated.  .When the heads   of the company  and the fiscal agents have deceived  the people in  the  manner in which  they hrive done it is difficult to believe  anything which  they haVe: given out  regarding the company arid'its work-"  ings,  nevertheless  the writer a year  ago was through the company's factory at Seattle .under a special permit  from. R. H. Armstrong,  the superintendent pf construction on the Pacific  coast,'arid was taken through by the  factory   superintendent   Nelson   and  shown the whole process of manufacture of wireless equipment; saw the  large force of operators   employed on  the day shift, and a stack of orders on  the fyle which was piling up faster  than thev could turn out the work.  The writer was first attracted to the  enterprise by an old friend, then and  London, June 18.���������In  the house of  Lords on Monday Lord Lucas,  parli-  mentary secretary to the war office,,  speaking   in   connection   with   Lord  Kitchener's resignation, said  that.so  much benefit to the forces of the Dominions  was anticipated from the re-  cent visit of Lord Kitchener to Australia and  that of General French to  Canada that if as a result of the next  colonial conference visits to the Dominions for the purpose of inspection  and advice on military . matter>*'couId  be made more or less systematically by  an officer of high rank  and   distinguished military service,  the government  believe it  would  produce more  useful results. If this should be agreed  to the most appropriate officer to carry  out such a duty would be the commander-in-chief of the Mediterranean.  Lord Lansdowue remarked that he  could imagine nothing more unfortunate than that the Canadian and Australian Governments should read this  proposal for the first time in the"'public press..   ���������-. -  ' Lord Lucas said he had made qualifications with regard to Canada and  Australia./ The.governments.of these  countries certainly woiild be consulted  before'anything was decided.  RAILWAYS RETRENCHING  Northern Pacific President; Says "Action  is Due to Increased Taxes ,  and Wages  FORTUNATE G. T. P.'  St. Paul, Minn., June 19.���������The railways of the Northwest wit:: offices  here, issued orders to-day stopping  practically all construction work. The  Northern Pacific road discharged- 2.C00  men, the Great Northern S.COi), the  Northwestern 000 and the Milwaukee  system 1.200:  Later the offices of the Saute Fe announced the discharge of -1,000 and the  Rock Island 1,500 men. ���������  President Elliot, of theNorUiorn Pacific, gave as causes for the retrench;  inent policy of the road.-- increased  taxes, wages, cost of materials arid the  better service demanded by tlie public  iilso the Increased power ot' the state  and national railway commissions  w.ith,reference to rates.  Louis Hill, president of GiealNorth-  !erri~ denies the accuracy of the report  so far the- G. N. R. is concerned, and  blames the rumor on Wall street  which he^ holds responsible for any  re'trenclmient'that may occur and  says that- Wall street has no faith in-  anything. #  A FICTITIOUS ANGUS  .Residents   of Okanagan   Falls   Protest'  Against Effort to Drag Their. In  Which.  Has   Mr.   Fielding to  Do   Its  Borrowing  The latest Canadian loan floated by  Fnance' Minister Fielding brought 99$/  and the rate of interest* we. have to  pay on it is. three.and a half per cent.  We are borrowing this money for  the purpose of lending .'to" the. Grand.  Trunk Pacific.   " ���������....'.-' '','".'"'/,'  The-rate the Grand Trunk Pacific  pays us for it is three per cent. ' , ^  ���������<; On eyery hundred dollars we bor-;  row for the Grand; Trunk Pacific, we  lose fifty cents, and after that we lose  ,a half. of, one 'per ;cent. per annum,  because we have to pay. that much  more for the. money than we are to  get for it. ���������.   .     'j-.-'-      '  How long would it take Mr Fielding to ruin a big "bank^ if he were  manager and qondiicted its affairs in  that manner?���������Halifax Herald.  EATS UNCLE SAM'S .MUTTON  Washington' Sheep-Raisers Supply Southern B. C. ''  K. C. BROWN  BAKUISTKK AM) SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC, Etc.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  now a resident in Tacoma who was  closely connected with large manufacturing and shipping interests and who  was putting his spare cash into United  Wireless which ho regarded as a good  investment. He had nothing whatever to do with the sale of stock and  consequently was not trying to influence with any mercenary object in  view nor did he know at the time or  since that the conversation was having any influence. He is now in the  Washington state legislature.  We were all led to believe^ that the  proceeds of the stock was all going into extension of the system and were  furnished by the fiscal agents and  head office with minute details as to  what those extensions consisted of.  Only a couple of weeks ago a stockholder in Hedley who wrote the fiscal  agent in Seattle asking how the company could pay dividends on a capital  of $100,000,000, that being what $50.00  per share would represent, and received the reply that with only five per  cent of the ships which would have to  be equipped in the next few years they  ��������� ������������������ (Oroville Gazette.)  Geo. W. Loudon and Clay Fruit  passed through Oroville Monday with  bands of sheep,.headed for markets in  British Columbia. Mr. Loudon was  taking out 650 head,- and his destination was Vernon. He expected to.,  make the drive'in about ten days. Mr.  Fruit had a bunch of 230 which his assistants were herding over the hill-to  Greenwood. The animals were yearlings. Both gentlemen unload large  consignments across the border every  summer. Mr. Loudon states that a few  years ago there w.-is no market for  lambs on the British Columbia side of  the border, although a good demand  for matured mutton has? always existed. Now the Canadians have acquired  a taste for lamb, and it is difficult to  fill orders.  The   Gazette has. received a letter  from a  resident and  property-holder  in Okanagan Falls who gives his name,  as a guarantee of good faith  but does  not wish  to have it made public,   requesting the editor to have the people  at the Falls placed in,a proper light as..  regards "the Penticton racket," as he  calls-it.   ,  ' .���������    ,. i ],'.  ;   He-says there is ho one by the name  >of Angus McLeod known at Okanagan  ���������Falls and is quite sure, that no one of  that name owns any, property there.  ;He- thinks the. oneMVwho   wrote,   the  letter over that signature which ap-  ,peared4i*u thed?enticton Press, knowing that there were a nirinbei of English a't the Falls  "watited to get them  tangled up in that Penticton racket".  Neither are any of the property-holders in Okanagan Falls in sympathy in  the slightest degree, with the senti-.  rirents in  the original article   which  precipitated the trouble,  and he says  that it is not a square'.deal cm them to  be made  to appear as if they were in  sympathy   with disloyal   sentiments  when they me not. " '  The "Angus McLeod" letter should  hardly be taken seriously and while it  is abusive and insulting towards Englishmen it is really Canadians who  have most cause to be ashamed of it  lin as much as the writer of it tries to  make it appear that Canadians share  the absurd views it expressed. It i.<  only at the request of our protesting  friend from Okanagan Falls that we  pay any further attention to the matter which the public will. now be  pleased to forget.  could pay good dividends on $100,000.-  000 and expected to pay a dividend  after the next annual meeting. They  now claim to be doing over 85% of all  the wireless business done.  Surely the same authority which licenced the company in the first place  and which has now gone after the  principals will also have power to compel restitution, and if the steals have  been of the gigantic proportions which  they are represented a reasonable proportion of the loot should be recovered for shareholders and the rest handed over to the constructing and operating departments to provide sufficient  manufacturing facilities to keep pace  with the demand for equipment, so  hat innocent stock-holders may yet  have a fair run for their money.  HAMILTON--MEGRAW  ADVERTISE    IN   THE    GAZETTE  A quiet wedding occurred in Hedley  on Thursday evening June KH.h, at the  residence of the editor- on Kingston  Avenue, when his sister Miss Sara  Megraw was united in marriage with  Mr.,S. E. Hamilton.  The ceremony   was  performed   by  Rev. A, H. Cameron at.8 p. m.   before  a few wedding guests which had to be  limited  to the more intimate friends  of the contracting parties   and took  place under a large bell of syrmga in  full bloom.    The bride was attired  in  a handsome gown of embroidered silk  net over Japanese silk.     She was followed by Miss Avoriia Jones as dower  girl  bearing a  bouquet of roses and  was given awav by her  brother.   The  wedding   presents    were    numerous,  beautiful and  valuable   and >attested  the kindly good-will   of, the   donors-  towards the bride and groom, an asset*  which is appreciated above all others.  After the cerecony was over a dainty  supper of served  and  the remaining  part of the evening pleasantly spent-  before the  wedding guests took their  departure.  dHjg,, THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.  JUNE 23, 1910.  M  .���������s?^-f  mmw  and  Similkamee***, Advertiser.  Ksuod fin Thiu-sidays, by tlie Hisui.nv Ga/.i-.i"  I'KINTIXf; A NO l'Uni.ISHING GOM.rA.VV.  I.IM1TKI).   nv. ilcdlev. B. (.'.  NOTICE  W i-.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year..... :.;.  *'   ( United .States)   Advertising Rates  Measuretnent. 12. lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certilleatesof iniiirovement, :  ������7.(IU for (iO-iluy notice:-, and ���������"������������������"���������.CO for :!(' ���������'���������  .not!(.'(.-.-'.  ���������Advernisements will .be chiiiiKcd once ev<-  month If advertiser desires, witl'iout any-:*. ���������  c1iiu-ko. Koi- chiui.cres oftiuier than oik-criimii  he "|>riee of coinimsltion  will  be charKei!  regular rates.  ,  Chan-res- for contract a'dvertisoiiiontK k1s',:i.  be in the ollice by noon on Tuesday to he,:'  attention for that week's issue.  A. MEGRAW, ManuirinR fc'dittn.  Full Moon  22  Last, rniiir.  ���������51.  1910  Sew Mooti  First rjn-''  i-:.  ' rtiHcate of" Improvemeiits.'%  '���������','.!OKI;AXI) Mineral; Claim situate .in  ..,- Oso'j-ook. jnini.ntr division'' of Yale Dis-  :...'*. ...wliere located :Sus:ip'C'reek, Siniil-  : ��������� -l.-Oli..    ' '  "K S'OfrCI-: that I, n. H. Parkinson Free  ��������� tinei-'K Certitlcate So.: BIO'.'.S.S;   intend,  ��������� Jays fi-oi'n il.tte 'hereof, to apply to the  .-��������� Keeoi'd'er for a Certilieate'of llriprove-  .  f'ir the piii'inise of obtaining a Crown  ��������� 'f the above claim.  i iat'thur take imtiee that action, under  ���������:': 'ii, imist be "omineuceU before the is-  ��������� ���������!' such t.'oi-Miieate of Improvements.  ..'I tlus-''!'tl> day of March. A. J). 1(110.��������� ���������  K. 11. PARKINSON  ���������'*   'D. Brnithwftifo, Aijr'ciit-.  THE  MEW  NOTICE  ���������������������������IMILICAMKJ':;-'.' LAND DTSTKICT.  DlSTHICT oi-' Yalis.  1910  Sun. Mon. Tiies. Wed. thu. Fri. Siit.f.  \ *���������''!���������: notice that John P. MeCuddy of Kair-  view,,.,occupation,   Farmer,  inteiulK  I'd  ;,;������������������ for perfiiissiiiii r,o lease the following-des-  .i-l {and:���������  >..'iatiorieinp at-i post planted at the south  ! O-rnur of Lot VIS), Group 1. Osoyoos, thenee  th in vhains; thenee we'-t80 ehains; thenee  ��������� 'U 10 chniiih, thenee easfcHO ehains to the  ;.< of eoiiiiiieneeiuent, and coutuininf-** 3!20  o:., iiior'e or le--j, ���������      <���������  ,   JOHN P. McCUDDY  w b ioth, iyin .  12-10 ' '  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  fcverutliihfl NeW 'arid  First-Class  Bar supplied with tho Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   .tlio   Table.  Try  u.xxw>xVOA!X%.  O  12  19  26  (5  18  20  27,  7  U  "21  28  1  ', ������.  15-  22  29  2'<  3  ������������������������������������4-..  .  9  10  11  10'  17  18  23  24  25  30  -,'���������  NOTICE  "."'/i'K'K i������ hereby -,'ivcn that, thirty days  ��������� after 'late I, lieorge Well wood, of Green  -.���������.������������������.M>-i,j H. (\ intends to apply to the superin-  i'-.iK'ient'. of provincial poliee, K. S. Hu-^sey, of  '���������'ietoria, for ft-.retail liquor .Ueenee for the  Hole!,   located at  Westbridgi-.  GKOKGK WK1XWOOI)  V*,'.-chi-idge. May -iSrd. I'M)   , 11-1  BFTTC  Vidoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure .and   1 nvifforating.  ���������ff*  74 Vears in Busines:  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  BStrikJrig Iby JV\&.H  is ti great convenience to   -���������-,,--, .-...,  those who live some distance froni town.                         . ���������'���������',' ������������������'���������.''���������  .'���������������������������'���������. 1                                                         ������������������        . ���������, , ' ���������  Deposits may be  sent in. cash drawn, or other busi  ,.-'���������   ness transacted by mail, without any trouble or delay.  Write or ask our local manager to explain our system to you. -...'������������������������������������  Hedley  Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  I  2?  I    OUTCLASS  CANADA'S TURN  (Toronto World.)  The rernarkabla growth  of the eastern cities of the United States,  which'  set in  forty to  twenty-five years ago,,  of New York,  Boston,  Philadelphia,  Buffalo, Chicago  and then Cleveland  and    a score   of " other   places, --.was.  primarily due to the opening up of the  western st jti-si.f Ohio, Indiana, Michigan,   arid  later on  of  Illinois,   Iowa,  "Wisconsin,. Dakota, Kansas; etc.   As!  these   new  states were settled by the'  thousands' and .thousands of new sett-5  lers that rushed  into  them,   millions  and  millions of  dollars   c:nne   fmrii  them  to the eastern citrus 'for-'goods,  and a little  later oh million.- and millions  more  every year in the  way of'  interest   on,   eastern, investments in  these, western states.    Millions flowed  from the.  west to  these ������������������,������������������.������tern  cities  and  towns,  and  they   all   grew  like  riiagic.  The same thing is now coming to  Canada: Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, even the territories, are now sending millions of  dollars each year to Toronto arid other  Ontario cities and towns for manufactures, for goods, arid also as interest on investments: so are they to  Montreal and places east of Ontario.  And this liow from the west is hound  to grow and to add to the greatness of  cities like Toronto.  The* people of the United States from  their experience,, know the value of  such a flow of dollars from the abundant west, and they would like to see  the Canadian stream diverted to the  south and south east.  But our business is to keep our lines  of trade full east and west, to improve  our railway lines between our east  and the 'west and to keep our own  trade for our own people.  Toionto is growing into a great city.  ft draws much from the. west. It has  a new source of revenue in new Ontario, in ��������� I- silver belt, in the clay belt  if we .<\: -.\ iliem up to the full. Let us  wide: 1 ; !.'��������� narrow neck around the big  lake am: let us keep close touch with  ouro'.v'' wt st. ������������������.'l''**.  New from Cover to Cover  WEBSTERS  NEW  INTERNATIONAL  DICTIONARY  JUST ISSUED. Ed.in  Chief, Dr. V/.T.K=iri3,former U.S.  Com. of Education. Hie Webster  Tradition Developed by Modern  ScientificLexicojjrapIiy Key to Literature of SevcnCeataries. General  Information Practically Dczbled.  2T00 Pages.   6000 Ulustratiu^s.  40p,(?00 Y/ci'ds and Phrases.  GET THE BEST  in Scholarship, Convenience, Authority; Utility.  PflLfl6fc  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  HKDLEY   B. C.  *r A good stock of Horses'arid Rigs on  Hand.'   If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  PhonoH.        INNIS  BROS. I-roprietorh.  I  Se~ the Display  in Ou������* Window  GEO. CAWSTON  The Butchers, Hedley  We do not belong to the  Beef Trust nor are we  wholly opposed to Vegetarianism, cohseqiieiltly,  we keep on hand     l        : .  Oho ice Meats  of all kinds and the 'necessary Vegetables to go  with them.  I J, A. SCHUBERT, hedley.  1    .   .        . $  $ x  ALWAYS    GOOD   AND   FRESH |  x  i  X  I  ALWAYS    GOOD   AND   FRESH  THE MEAT YOU GET FR.OM  EDMONDS, THE BUTCHER  i  GIVE US YOUR. ORDERS  Phone No. 4.  GEO. CAWSTON  TAK;  L    jj. , .  tion,   !.'���������.������������������  wion l'  C(;)(,'   ���������  oust ' "��������� ������������������' :  west  il')'  tllCHC!.:   .���������:-,  then 11.1..' ���������  to poir1 .-���������  1I10H-. ' .  l)a.U;>\ :������������������������������������������������������  NOTICE  '.. CAM"KEN- LASD niSTKICT  JJIS'I'KICT or Yahs  ' PICK,   thai; I,  Kcmiotli   Carlcton  iih,  of Greenwood,  H. C, oeeupa-  -.sLcr,  intend to apply for penniH-  . ������������������������������������M.--0 the following deHci-ibecl land:  . ::i-f nt ii post planted at the south  ;!' Indian Hoscrvc, Lot No. 1, thenee  Indian  reserve No. 4, 20  chains;  .- ��������� ;i ilO chains;  thenee east 20 ehains,  :  .'.long the Indian reserve, lob No. 3  '   utniiionceiuont containing 80 acres  ivENNKTH CAHLETON BOYD FKrTH  (-���������"���������May, 1W0  YA/E HAVEiVtblNteY  to invest in any sound proposition.  Timbfer, Coal or  /%griot4ltL*ral t^-enndL&  Make a cle.-tr sketch aiid write, fiilly in your first letter if you  want a definite answer.  VU&st&m Canada I nvesirnerit Co.  Su't'te -4-S iFJack:. St  Vancouver-, O. O.  X  X  Prime Beef, Pork, Muttcm, and I  Poultry. I  Also Vegetables and Other Accessories ������  KK**KK9:K**M****MK**KV&KmM  H������ fp^fers Voice*  a  a  a  m  0  FURWISHED   HOUSE FOR   SALE  THE UxVDERSIGNED will sell his residence  x on Daly Avenue. Hedley, now occupied  by H. MeDiarmid.���������Apply to  J. G. CORRIGAN  Nine- tenths of our .advertising1 and our sales  talk is on the model of tlie Monarch which carries  paper 14 6-30 inches wide.  WHY'?  Because we know it is tho best machine for  every one. We know the extra carriage length does  not impare its durability, its speed, its adaptability  to regular work or its light easy action.  Because we know it will last a business lifetime;  that the use oi: the wide forms is rapidly extending:  that in this prosperous and progressive Canada the  small business oi' today, one year,five years hence wili  be a mighty enterprise.  Buy for the present and for tlie future.  Tlie Monarcli Typewriter Company, Ltd.      I  ������f    A. MEGRAW, local Ag*ent 89 King* Street West, Toro:u-*.    *���������'"  We may be able to still further improve Victor Records���������though  we hardly know where.  They are now absolutely uniform in tone and quality, wherever  you buy them���������so smooth you can scarcely hear the needle���������more  durable thab ever���������and double faced���������two records for the one price.  NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORDS���������90c. for the two.  Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record.  ADVERTISE IN THE GAZETTE!  Write for catalogue of over 3,000 Records and watch  the papers for list of new ones every month.  Berliner Gram-o-pfeonc Co., Limited  Montreal.  Agents Wanted Everywhere.  For Sale by  LOUIS O.   ROLL������ 8c  CO.  HedleyB-C.  No F^rei^-ht - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  DYKE, EVANS T& CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver. [';/$������������������  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JUNE 23, 1910.  Town and District.   ;  ,..-...  >Njcola is'going to celebrute DoininL-  ,    ion Day;   ��������� ''��������� - ':'[.'���������? ���������'������������������'���������''     ���������'���������''    ~'^':  i,     :���������    -   :. >���������...*;...       ..-.-_: ���������'���������..;        ,    ������������������.���������.-,. ���������.'..'���������jl.''.-     .-'.V  O. H.^C'ii'le, of Koreri'ieosyHviis k vis-  ���������'r"'''*,i0r^tb'sHealey''bV,S'at\u,dJtyi      .  '"    "Hugh Megraw returiird  to -MoKiri-  ney on'Friday, after a short visit to  ���������i . .frieridsih Hedley. , , , ^      ���������",' ;  '.'..; ... L.^W.. Shatford M. P. ,P. returned  to,Penticton last week after spending  a fortnight on the coast.  Bob Mcdiu'dy, returned to Keremeos  with O. HV',.Carle ,ori Sunday, having  pretty fully recovered from his recent  injury. - -  Keep Princeton iir view for your  Dominion Day outing. -, Special feat-.  ures and special train service. Fuller  particulars'later.  Mr: D. H. Whitenian of the Batik  ofB. N.A. staff at Brandon arrived  in "Hedley on , Saturday , to tiike the  position of teller in,the branch here.  Mrs. Henderson and her daughter  Winnie,,of Superior Wis., aie visiting  for a few Weeks with Mr. arid'Mrs.'  Hamilton and hei brotherA. Megrnw.  Mr. Arthur Clare left-Con Monddy^to.  represent Hedley lodge A." F. & A. M,  up the meeting of the Grand Lodge  which takes place this week at Cran-  .-^brpofc..,. ���������   ,     ..,,.������������������ |  ^  . ^Construction work is going on as  brisk as ever and  the rumor that the  '���������'railwiiys'YiVe retrrin"cnlrig*by:lkyihg-off-  men does not apply in the case of this  particular piece of work..-  Ro'id supervisor Turner was in town  lasCjweek and gave fu rather directions  to rjoa'd-foreman;- Hurry Rose, wi^li" re-|  feiehe'eto fiuther 'local'impfovenidnts-  here. The work on Ellis street was  completed and 'the "local force 'were  almost out of a job.  Angus Stewart returned on Saturday last from a -yiait'to his- home "in  "New Glasgow, N. S. nnd has plenty of  work now ahead of him in corineetJidn'  with installation of the'newmachinery  recently arrived for- the .plant at the,  powei house.  .... - Mrs. R., Wheeler.., and .children ;ar-  ��������� rived in Hedley on Thursday last from-  California. Mr. Wheeler went down  to"0f*o"ville'toineet her, and they -are  occupying the cosy handsome residence put up for them on. the smelter  fia������'overldoking the1 town. '���������    ���������������.,���������   ;  S.  F.  Chamberlain    wlib has  been  teller in the Bank of B.-N:-A.- ;foi-:tlie|  past year has;been*moved -to Vsincoii-:;  ver, and on .Sunday niorniug stjirte,aL,  but on horseback to reach ������. there' via;  the Hope Trail'.'  Mr^Chaitiberla'in had  many friends in  the   town  who -are  -sorry to see him go.  :\ The Willijtiri Briggs ���������Co.,;ptibHihers,;  ef Toronto, have issued a very -.pretty ?  illustrated   copy   of   Rev.   A.N.St.  'John   Mildiriay's   soul-stirring  poeiii  "Sea Room," the Vahcbiiver balliia-  epic.   The soul-stirring-Kiplingesque  swing of it and the beauty in the typographical execution  should make it;  a favorite memento to send to friends"  at a distance.     The   poeih is   copyrighted. .. I  Anton Winkler of the Grand Union;  has given another proof of his public  spirited ness iii the haridsoriie ore cabi. '���������  net which he-had 'put in by Boeing &j  Brass.      The idea is  a new one, for  the cabinet is built into the widl with  glass on  either side.   That is the sort  of thing that is wanted in Hedley arid'  strangers corning into thetown   will  have an opportunity of seeing what  we have got.    Prospectors and claim-  owhors who'have good ore should now:  do their part bydninging in specimens;  to put in it.  Vancouver forthe first time enters  the lists in the exhibition line and  have issued their prize lists for the exhibition from August 15th to August  20th. The prizes given make those of  the smaller fairs look cheap, It is  likely to be of special importance to  fruit-growers and the Siinilkameen  growers with the generous assistance  offered by W. H. Armstrong should  take full advantage of their opportunity to make a name for themselves.  Now is the time to begin to prepare  for it and not wait until the date for  making entries has nearly closed.  The Ladies' hospital auxiliary held  the most successful tea last Friday?  night of all the periodical enteitain-j  ���������merits they have yet given and the;  ladies whose turn it was to provide  the entertainment are being congratulated on the good showing they made,  the proceeds amounting to $51.59. It  was held in the evening, ice cream being'served and to vary the programme  an aunt Sally show was run by Mrs.  Reveley which was calculated to  ���������afford greater accuracy in shying  clubs at chickens in the garden or cats  on the woodshed roof, the one who  was successful in knocking the pipe  out of aunt Sally's mouth being rewarded with a free dish of ice cream.  . Malcolm. McAuley was an angry  riiari oh Saturday night after .having  to ride from Keremeos to Bromley's  .to.refcbwr hYs W  dri arjrd a b������ef.ariimal belonging to E.  ifyf. Crooker..which had been driven bit'  with a. 'drove'of cattle which the Indian Terbasket and others were taking  up,, the "river, to**the ranges above  Princeton; -.Iii..'view of what happeii-  ed to Mac a;bout a year ago and something else which hajppened somebody  else not many moons agoi Mac would  have, been qualified to preach a little  sernibri, 'with Variations, on the text  "Forgive us our debts as we forgive  our debtors."  Claman Plnyers in "Are You Crazy"  coming to Hedley, Friday June 24th.  Reputation is the showman's stock in  trade. The public is loyal but it is  also fickle and demands the best possible, and will not tolerate inferior  amusements. The damans are more  than willing to leave it to the .theatre  goers of this city if the play offered by  this company with the assistance of  '/���������lie orchestra is not the best performance they ever attended. The play  they present, "Are You Crazy," is entirely new-arid 'they fully guarantee  to please. This company carry a Band  and orchestra and will give a concert  both afternoon and evening.   -  KEEl YQUR EYES--ON  WATCH IT ^GROW  It is destined to be the.Greatest Gold Mining Camp,in Canada.   .  Money invested in -Hedley Tov/h Property how will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  ���������r-������"ii������#-������rt^r*^-������'*"������.-.  Buy Nov/; Don't Put It 0\7 ns the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or C-Jj on  Born���������In Hedley on .Tunc 19th,  Mrs. George M. Gilbert, a son.  to Mr. and  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following a.re the'readings show-  the week  Minimum  18  26  32  32  28  26  30  Average niaximum'teniperature 51.85  'ANWage'miniiriurn do       57.42  Mrjliy temperature _ 39.63  Rainfall for the week   0.02 inches.  Snowfall.,, .������������������       " . "  COKKKSPONDr.VG WEEK OK I,A8T YEAR  Highest-maximum temperature i73. -  ing ten-  ending  perature.  etc., for  June 18,' 1������10":  .   **    '  '   .7^AT TH^ MINK.  *    ���������  >' -   Maximum  Jun 12  -'.���������"-    49  13  45  ' . . 14  52 -  15  57  16  48  17  70  .... 1������  . :������������������     *2    ..  F. H. French, Secretary ana I  l/t * /  'P*  ������������r  ���������9iSPAi>Y, Ltd.,  HEDLEY, B.C.  y^  Wire Wo-ueftd aiiid Coji^Maoess  WOOi STAVE "PiPE  do  do  do  do  63.47  36.'  40.57  52.02  Jun  .**  Average maximum  Lib west minimum  Average minimum  Mean '    ���������  AT THE MILL.  Maximum  . 63  ���������  78  74  77  .      .  64  ; 64 .  64  Vverage  Mean ������ do 57.28  Rainfall for the week   .09   inches  COllRESPONDTNG WKEK OK LAST TEAK  Highest maximum terapei-atiure 82  Average.        do do 77.  rjowestniihimum do        '46.....  Average do do:        46.43  Mean-' do 63:21  Fos" k'TigGiloiio fioww  9 ��������� *,������.������������-, and Water Systems  Write for Catalogue '  THE DOMINION WOOB PIPE CO., Limited  New Westminster, B. C.  12  13  n  15  30.  ;17  18  Minimum  43  50  40  47 -  45  45  42  Average maximum temperature 69.14  Average riiinimiim do 45.42  E:E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Prbiiiptly. attended to.  Pipe-fittin<  Just Received  A Large Shipment of  ig* done.  The.New Edition of tho  COPPER HAiSTDBOOK.  :Vbi: 'VIII. issued May, 1909, contains 1500  pages, with nearly 50 per cent, more matter  than the. preceding" edition. ��������� The chapters  with mine descriptions and on statistics  have.been'carefully revised an'd'the bulk'of  the matter therein is  -ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapter.     '  ���������COVERING: Copper History, Gcolosry.  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining,  Milling, Leaching, Smelting, Refilling, Brands,  Grades,"Impurities, Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology,- Deposits oy Districts, States,  Countries and Continents, Mines in Detail,  Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports. Finances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly the ..  WOELD'S STANDARD.-BBFBMCB  '   "BOOK .ON COPPER.  The Copper Handbook contains, in this new  and greatly enlarged edition, .about 50 per  cent, more mnttor. than tho Bible���������though  not'necessarily a better book becauso of its  greater bulk. It is rilled with EAC'f S of vital  importance to  THK INVESTOR  THK SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  PRICE:   $f>.00in buckram with.gilt'top, or  $7.60 in full library morocco.  TERMS: The most liberal. Send no money,  but order the book sent you, all carriage charges  prepaid, on ono week's approval, to bo returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you alford not to sec tho book and judge for  yourself of its value to you 1  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  WATER NOTICE  AJOTICE is hereby given that an .'.application'  ���������rv will be made under part. V, of the "Water  Act, '1909," to obtain a licence in the Siinilkameen Division of Vale District.  Approximately the number of inhabitants 25  ,{b)   The name of tlie Jake, .stream or:source  (if -unnamed, the descrition is) spring unnamed  ���������oh'PK.'tW2s. ���������  (c). Thopoiiit of diversion htover/low of said  spring.  (d) The'quantity of water applied for (in  cubic feet per second) 1-20 cubic foot.  (c) . The character of the proposed works,  pipeline.  . if)   The'premises on which the water is to be  used (describe same) Pre Eniptioh No. -1037.  (g) .The purposes" for which the water'is to  be used Domestic and Iri-igation.  ���������(h) If for irrigation describe the land intended' to bo irrigated, giving acreage about 3 acres  on Pro emption No 4037.  (j) Area of Crown laud intended to be occupied by the proposed works���������none. ;  (k) This notice was posted on the 17tli day  of May, 1910 and application will be made to  the Commissioner on tho 17th day of Juno 1910.  (1) Give the names and addresses of any  riparian proprietors,or licensees who or whose  lands are likely to be effected by the proposed  works, either above or below the outlet. V. A.  Ford.  F. P. HOWARD  Allen Grove. B.C.  NOTICE  ���������^  Walk^Oirer Shoes I  for Men and Woman  <$��������� LATEST STYLES & COMFORTABLE LASTS  ��������� ���������'- l__-^:--a-   ���������'   ������������������__      ' ' :;:.'..      .   ."���������      ���������   ���������'���������     ���������'     -  X   A Delayed Shipment of yvion's JPine 2-Piece  I    hummed saiTs  Y whieH "we 'are'"offering1 at greatly reduced prices onac-  X count of late arrival.  ^ These Suits are exceptionally good value at $7.50 arid $12.  ���������  I  I  ���������  ���������  Certificate of Improvements.  ������������������������ ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  s^^i^t^-i?*^'^*?^^*^*^*^-^^'?^^^*^*'?^^'^^^  I     GOOD PRINTING I  ���������     _ i , ,  .  g                Such (as You should use when you Avant j;  1                to make an impression  on  customers. J  x  ltuatc ; S  Is Only Ofc>t������Liri&dl  By using modern typefaces on good stock  m  HORACE J. STEVENS  SHELDEN  BUILDING. HOUGHTON.  MICH., U. S. A. 15  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  HUMMING BIRD FRACTIONAL, LOOKOUT  SNOVVFLAKE, GOLDMAN, MOUNTAIN  VIEW,   FORTY-NINE   and    MOTHER  LODE,   Mineral  Claims,   situate  in   the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Vale District.  Where located: Camp Hedley.  'TU'KE NOTICE that I, Ainsley Megraw,  F.  -1-   M. C. B901S2, agent for L. H. Patten F. M.  C. No. 9(1151 dated May 26th. 1909 and Frederick  Stone F. M. (J. No. B,  210-19. dated May 31st,  1909, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to  apnlo to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of IniiU-o'vomorik*, for tho purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of tho above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this second day of May A. D. 1910-  17-10 AINSLEY MEGRAW  agent for L.H. Patton and Frederick Stone,  CZAR FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim,  in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District. Where located: Camp Hedley  TAKK NOTICK that I, Ainsley Megraw, F.  -1 M. C. l'9(ilS2, agent for F. 11. French. F. M.  C. B90180 and George Cahill, F. M. V. B9U179,  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Minrng Recorder for a Certillcatc of  Improvements, for the ourpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of tho above claim.  xVnd further take notice that action, under  scctton 37, must bo commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this twenty-seventh day of April A.D.  1910. 16-10  AINSLEY MEGRAW  agentfor F. H. French and Geo. Cahill  BOW KEE  LAUNDRY  Washing called for and delivered. Satisfaction Guaranteed  Hedley,  B C  I  X  x  x  K  %  %  x  X  Xhie  Gazette  Job   Department  is prepared to turn it out for you  Patronize tt\& Home Shop  You Want Jr-forrie Trade.  TENDERS FOR MEAT  SEALED TE.VDKRS will be received by the  undersigned up to Monday, Juno 20th, for  year's supply of meat. Lowest or any tendor  not necessarily accepted. Full particulars on  application to  DAT,V REdUCTlON Co.  Hedley, B. C.  THE RIVERS5DENURSERIES J|  Grand Forks, O. C   Comprising 100 iicr-es ^  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in Britis Cohmibi'i. All ^  stock wintered in our* cellars and  no danger of buying winter @  killed trees. $������������  Buy BiitishColurribiagr -own trees forBritrsIiOolutnbiaorchards @  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.  JUNE 23,1910.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen---- Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  It is understood, that Nigel Ewart  will receive the appointment of constable at Princeton in the place of Mr.  Hewatt who succeeds to H. A. Turner's office of mining recorder at Fair-  view.  Bob McCurdy who has been .under-'  going repairs in tlie Hedley dry-dock  for injuries recently received in a runaway accident is Home again looking  little worse fer his unpleasant experience.  . Mrs. Barber left last week for Na-  nainio where she will make her'resi-  dence. Mr. Woolgar and children  have moved into the building recent  ly occupied by Mrs -Barber, which Mr.  Woolgar has purchased from Manuel*  Barcello.  '.Are you Crazy" or "The Three  Twins," a humorous farce with orchestral accompaniment willbe presented  by the Claman players iii the tojivii  hall on Saturday evening next, June,  25th. According to the bills there lire  16 people in the company and1 the  play���������in which each person imagines  every-me else is crazy��������� is said to- be  irristibly funny. On Friday. July, 15  the Sherry Musical Comedy Co. will  also give a a vaudeville performance  here. No doubt both companies will  draw good houses. V ���������  . Chief Bunbury passed up the valley  on Monday, riding from hereto Princeton. He was giving the stabbing affair in the Dago camp at Princeton  his personal attention. Several  special constables were sworn inhere  for the occasion and posted at various  points to keep a sharp out-look for  GROWTH OF FRUIT  INDUSTRY  Vancouver Province)  The marvelous develepment of the  fruit-growing industry in this province may be gauged by returns of inspection of imported nursery stock  which Mr. Thomas Cunningham, the  provincial inspector of fruit pests, has  recently transmitted to the government as follows:  Number of trees and plants inspected at the Provincial Inspecting station, Vancouver, during the months  otV- ���������       . "���������:.������������������  January, 1910.    592,002  February, 1910......... "...... 103,184  March; 1910. 767,152  April. 1910. .1,255,718  Total.......................2,718,056  This exceeds the 'number inspected  dtiring the; same, .ilperipdY 'of 1909 by  1,722,281���������eoual to 172 percent.   .     ,  Mr. Cunningham expects "that'".'the'  number of trees and plants to arrive  dining the other eight months of the  year will bring the total up to the  enormous number of four millions.  When it is considered that every  tree and plant passing through the  inspecting station is individually inspected one can form some idea of  the vast amount of care.'and labor  which this inspection entails.. No  other country in the world possesses  such a perfect system of nursery stock  inspection, and the fact that in the  whole of the great Okanagan,. Similkameen, East aiid West Kobtenay and  the- Boundary country  there is not a  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  COXV ISYANClNfi, OUSTOSTS imOICERAGE,  , '   '    VV11K INSUHANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE -'       KERExMEOS, B.C.  HATS & SHOES  P. BROMLEY,  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  Horse-Shoeing a Specialty  KEREMEOS, -  B. C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. K.. Station -  GEO.  KIRBY,   Manager.  GEO. KIRBY  .,    , Notary Public.  - -REAL ESTATE .     ;    MINES  Agent for: ���������  .  .   ���������    London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.     ''  ���������: Ocean  Accident and Guarantee Co.  Keremeos, B. C.  We have a. large range of Hats and Shoes that wo  are selling at cost to make room for new goods.  If you are in need of anything in the above line  we will be pleased to show you the goods and quote  you prices.  Now is the time to get ready for harvest. We  have all kinds of McCormick Machine extras and can  supply your wants without delay.  Heavy Castor Machine Oil only 50c per Gallon  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  KEREMEOS, - -B.C.  the Pago who used the carving knife   trace of infection of the San'Jose scale  on his fellow countryman.  Claman Players in "Are You Crazy"  coming to Keremeos; Saturday, June  25th. Don'tfail to see the damans in  "Ai*e You Crazy" at tlie opera house.  Each year they bring a brand new  show. And each yelir the show' is  better than the last. : The. band and  orchestra is still a decided "feature.  The show this season is sure to please  all for it is one continiioiis'laugh. To  the brain-fagged business man, the  overworked clerk, the drudging" housewife, nothing is better than a good  laugh before going to sleep.,; You can  have it when you see,"Are You Crazy".  This company carry a" band and orchestra and will gi've '.a concert both'  afternoon and evening."  B. C. FRUIT CROP  >���������     " - '   <������������������  Promise of Immense Crops But Labor  Very Scarce Throughout Province  This is the first year that British  Columbia will have exported any large  amount of fruit.   The Okanagan alone  it is estimated,   will ship -500 ears of  fruit to  the  prairies.     W. E. Scott,  deputy minister of agriculture, says it  is difficult to estimate what the whole  output of the  province will be, but he  expects that they will ship at least  1,200carloads, or overa million pounds.  Prices will  rule low this year.   The  crop   is very   heavy   in   every   line,  prunes,  pears,  cherries and early apples being especially plentiful.     Ff the  weather should prove dry during the  next two months Mr. Scott is of opinion that there will be some small fruit  where the orchards are not properly  cultivated,  but where   cultivation  is  carried on the fruit should be unusually heavy.    One difficulty at present is  that labor is so  scarce that growers  are not thinning their fruit properly.  The result will be a large quantity of  small fruit,  instead of the finer grade,  which demands higher prices.  The outlook on the islands of the  Gulf as well as on Vancouver Island is  splendid. All the trees are laden to  the limit, and the growers should  make money if they can secure the  necessary labor to save the fruit while  it is good. Labor is at present the  great difficulty. In some districts it  is impossible to get men at any price.  Strawberries are now selling at ten  cents a pound and immense quantities  are being consumed.  TOMMY SINQ  Contracts for Work  Land scrubbed or any kind of'work by  contract -it reasonable; rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China,  nor the Brown-tail nor Gipsy iiioth iri"  evidence.;is, proof of the'value of the  inspection, and the equal freedom  from the Codling moth in the sections  referred to fully illustratestthe'iiiipor-  tanee of fruit inspection. The impor-,  tahcei of this fact to the intendmgsett-  ler can hardly be (.estimated , indollars  and cents.  To ji representative of the-Province  Mr. Cunningham stated, *  ���������'If we keep bri planting at the'rate  at which it is now progressing we  shall soon need every acre of arable  land jn -British Columbia for orchard  purposes. .   .. - r.  -   .   .'  Asked if lie did not think .there'was>  some" danger of the business being  overdone, his reply was characteristic. ; ...  "No we shall. not overtake the market in twenty years.                  '������������������     '  "During the year 1909 we imported  into the city of Vancouver 11.3,163  boxes of apples, pears, ^peaches, apricots, quinces and plurns, everyApo)ind  of which could have been grown in  the province. To talk of overdoing,  the business in the face of this record  is an absurdity that should never he  mentioned.  "What are  the  prospects   for the  fruit crop this   season?" was" asked  "Very good indeed,  we expect to ship  a. thousand cars of fruit out of the province this year; indeed  thereiii ay be  more, and I expect a brisk demand  owing in part to destructive storms in  the great Mississippi Valley last April.  The extent of the damage done to the  fruit crop may be gauged by the report of the Horticultural Department  of the State of Iowa recently issued,  which shows the following averages  of a normal crop;  Peaches, less than 1 per cent. .  Pears, less than 1 per cent.  European  varieties   of plums,  less  than 1 per cent,  Currants and gooseberries,  no crop.  Cherries four per cent.  Apples, 3 per cent.  American plums, 3 per cent.  Strawberries, 30 per cent.  Raspberries, 30 per cent.  "This deficiency will lie made cood  by shipments from California, Oregon,  Washington and the Southern States,  and will have a marked effect on the  demand for fruit in   the  Northwest  provinces.  "The prospects were never better,  but we must be careful ro keep up the  quality of our goods and the packing  must be neat and honestly done; nothing else will win; nothing else should  succeed."  Keremeos-Pentictoii Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. Wblby, Proprietor. .  tm*m******iMMt*ie������t������������i*������MititKie*  i a  x When in Keremeos stop at the                            x  f Central Hotel  E HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  KEREHEOS  MEAT   MARKET  .I.C.McAULEY  .'.   .... Successor to     ��������� ' *  1   EM. CROOKER  Formerly Geo. Cawston  **raM*attM������������)rii^a^raMro������������'������ai  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains  B. C. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  -Mttwraniwhtt-jUMaaa^^  ������ *��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������  ������  ������  ������   l  - i  To D. J. Purdy, Kobcrt Wisely, and W. A.  Chcsloy, or to any person or persons to whom  they may have tninnferred their interests in  tho Borden. Hope and Laurier mineral claims  situate .at'the 'month of Tcnas Creek in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  You and'each of you lire hereby notified that  we have expended three hundred and seven  dollars and fifty cents in labor and improvo-  menfe* on the above mentioned claims in ordor  to hold the said, claims under the provisions of  the MincrahAct, the said labor being done for  the -fear, ehdinff'oth of August, 1909, and if  ���������within SXJ'days from the date of this notice, you  fail or' refuse to contribute your porportion of  such expenditures together with all costs of  advertising,    your   interest in   said   mineral  claims will be the property of the undersigned  **A'"  Act 1900.  under Section ��������������� of "Mineral Act Amendment  Dated this 1st day of April, 1910.  OKO. STKKD  J. W. SINCLAIR  ���������'���������*  NOTICE  OSOYOOS LAND DISTRICT  PISTI'ICT OK S1M1LKAMEE.V  'rAKK NOTICK tnat r,_Krcderick Charles  4- Wilson of Vancouver, li. C, occupation  school teacher, intend to apply; for permission  to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted beside tho  south cast, post of Lot 23Kk tlience north twenty  chains; theneo west about live chairs to tho  east boundary of the One Horse Minora!  Claim; thence south twenty chains; theneo  cast about five chains to point of commencement.  KltEDKKICK CirAKLUS WlLHON  . . Vincent O. Wilson, Agent.  March SUi, Wl H-10  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  *5J  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ���������toj  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  ;  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing theni at home in something that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  '   *    '���������      i. -.-   ���������  We  offer no land but what has  the  water already on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  ������  .������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  SING LEE  LAUNDRY  Work called for aiid delivered.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Keremeos, B.C.  PLUMBING  WARM AIR  HEATING  AND  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  40 Great Tears  And 1909 Best of All  With over Eight Millions of new  business written in Canada  alone in 1009.  Began business in 1870 with ns-  ,   sets $0,21(5, and now the assets  are oyer $14,000,000.  Canada's Dip; Popular Company'  Chosen alike by rich and poor.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee.Block,   -   570 Granville St.  ;   VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. HEO-RAW, Local Agent.  Orders  by Mail will receive  Prompt x\ttention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  WM. DALRYMPLE  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  Your Patronage Solicited,  isfaction Guaranteed.  Sat-  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  For a Luxurious Shave,  Hair-Cut or Bath go to  BOOSTER'S  TONSORIAL PARLOR  Box Trade in Cigars h specialty  A fine line ofCig-irs  and  Tobaccos, Fruit and  Confectionery  POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION  A. J. SAUNDERS  Keremeos.  Keremeos Trading Go.  Retail   and   Wholesale  of General Merchandise  ALWAYS PLEASED TO SHOW GOODS  G.  G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  W'lIKN*   ANSWERING     ADS.     PLESAE  MENTION   THIS PAPER.  '.J-W^l'.-.'Yf-^V*..


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