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Array TiVF  v AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  .Volume XL     Number"23^-aV  ���������~v *.  HEDLEY, B.C., THUESDAY, JUNE 17, 191f>.  <s*^gs&    $2.00, In Advance  N. THOMl'SON' phone SKYMOUR 5913  MGR. WESFTKRN CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng-.  Offices and Warehouse, 847-63 Beatty Street  Vancouver, B. C  EIGHT PASS IN RECENT  MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS  They Were Pupils of Miss Thompsom-  Exams' Were Held on June  4th   Here.  A. F. & A. M.  <Xi  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge'No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  are hold on tho second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  A. CREELMAN,  W. 1YI  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  L. O. L.   ,  The Reernlar    meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1714 are"' held on  the  first and third" Monday in  every month in the Oran'go Hall  Ladies irieefc 2nd and 1 Mondays  Visiting brethern are cordially invited .  A. J. KING, W. M  C. JP. DALTOX, Sec't.  R. F>. BRQWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel. No. 78  PENTICTON,  P. O. Dkawek 11*0  B. C.  P. W.. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  (Penticton Herald.)  The official examination of the Associated Board'of the Royal Academy  of Music and the Royal College of  Musicians was held afc Miss Thompson's studio in Penticton on June 4th.  The eight candidates who presented  themselves for examination were all  successful.  Local Centre Advanced, Grade 1���������  Miirjorie,Smith, Hedley. Intermediate  Grade 2���������Ruth Layton. Higher* division, Grade 3���������������������������VV. Emmertori. Lower  division, Grade 4���������Frances Latimer,  Sylvia"Mould. Primary division, Grade  4���������Mabel Nicol (distinction), Annie M.  Kir-kby, Muriel Wagenhauser.  . .The unusually high standard attained by the candidates reflects very great  credit on Miss Thompson, which is'not  lessened by the fact that the examiner,  Dr. Frederick"G. Shinn, of London.  England, is himself a very distinguished musician and an author of considerable reputation on musical subjects.  SUBMARINES  The  Risks They  Run and  Some of the  Things They Can Do.  "KIT"   IS   DEAD  TEN  YEARS  AGO  lA/alterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY TO LOAX  PENTICTON,  B. C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  J. HOWE, nanager  Roller Skating on Tuesday and Thursday  each week, from 8���������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.  (From the Hedley Gazette ot June  15th, 1905.)  The consideration of tlie V. V. &. E.  Bill at Ottawa was further postponed  until the 16th.  M. C. Bond, representing the Great  West Loan & Investment Co., was in  town this week.  The "Hotel Similkameen' has had a  large run of transients during the past  few weeks. '  GREAT  NORTHERN  HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  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 White Leghorn Roosters for  sale  James Murdoch  Sterling Creek,       -       Hedley, B.C.  WHEN   "WRITING  ADVERTISERS PL12ASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  ���������^-a^^^^^arti������^^^'������^rt3ai5'i������������it^3������'<������S������3i������>  X &  X ���������*  X  X  K  X  X  x  X  X  X  Grand Union 3  Hotel  HEDLEY,   British Columbia  j������  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  i  I  K  x  K  x  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  %  x  x���������  X  ^���������������������������������������������.���������^���������'���������������������������'���������'.������������������������������������'������������������������������������r^  ���������W. C. McLean, wife and family, of  Nelson, were in town on Saturday on  their way to Ashnola.  C. T. Haslam, of Victoria, has been  in town for the   past  week,  and  may  engage in the real estate and broker  age business.  Tlie wild roses and oastus are in  bloom and the Similkameen not only  has donned its summer dress but is  adorned for the flower festival.  Jas. Hislop, P. L. S., returned from  Princeton last week. While there he  surveyed several claims for Robt.  Stevenson on Copper Mountain.  All the Great Northern engineers  are now working above Hedley, Mr.  Bassett's gang having gone up the end  of last week.  Rev. C. 13. Docksteader, with Mrs.  Docksteader* and child left on Monday  morning's stage for their new field at  Nittinat on Vancouver Island. In  leaving. Hedley they bear with then)  the best wishes of our townspeople  whether connected with the Methodist church or not.  On Friday evening hist a reception  social was hold in the Methodist church  to afford an opportunity to become  acquainted with the new pastor, Mr.  Louis Thomas. A goodly number were  present who spent the evening in  social chat regaled with a dish of icecream which, was so acceptable orr so  warm an  evening,  The contractors are busily at work  between Oro arrd the Boundary line.  One tunnel of about 1200 feet will have  to be driven. If the V. V. & E. bill  were only passed the work would be  prosecuted vigorously on this side of  the line. Oroville is now experiencing  a good sized boom. It is said there  are no loss than eighteen saloons in  business there.  The modern type of submarine carries five torpedoes, .'which it can discharge one after the other by means  of compressed air. So perfect, is the  firing arrangement that hardly any  shock can be noticed either during or  after the discharge, and the equilibrium of the vessel is not upset in, the  least.  "When it is realized that each of  these torpedoes is -/quite capable of  making'it hole in a battleship as largo  as a,haystack, it will'.be seen that the  sinking of a battleship' that is not  armored below water is practically an  easy task for them.  A submarine vessel, however, runs a  considerable risk in' even attempting  to torpedo another ..Vessel. Before it  can fire a torpedo it must come to the  surface and show its periscope in order-  to aim the weapon correctly. If the  battleship once sees the periscope the  object,of the submarine is practically  thwaited, for" such a vessel can be  sunk by a, shell from a big gun when  only its periscope is visible, because of  the fact that the cushion of water-  above the vessel does not offer sufficient resistance to prevent the shell  sinking and holing it.  While running on the surface of the  sea gasolirre engines are used to drive  the submarines.     These  engines  also  generate    electricity,   in   addition   to  propelling the vessel, and this- is stored  up.    As  soon as the submarine dives  tlie  gasoline   engines   stop   and  it is  driven by*_an electric motor, which gets  its power* from the stored, up electricity.    The speed at which the  average  submarine can   travel  is  11 knots  on  the surface and five below water.  ' A submarine can go to the bottom of  the sea near shore and, if it is necessary, "sit" on the bottom for twenty-  four hours at a stretch without coming  up to the  surface  to   ''breathe."   The  ability to do this conies in very handy  when a storm is raging, for below the  surface   waves   are   not   experienced.  Some of the latest types of vessels can  run for 4,500 miles without taking iu a  fresh supply of stores or fuel.  In calm weather the submarine's  range of vision is somewhere about  eight miles. That is to say, an opposing warship can be seen when it is  eight miles away, and, as at that distance, the periscope would.be almost,  if not quite, invisible, the man-of-war  would be unaware of the submarine's  presence. Then, by means of the gyroscope compass, the submarine could  fully submerge itself and- without even  the periscope showing run to within  'striking distance of the vessel it has  designs   upon.  The mere fact that before it can  strike a submarine has to come to the  surface and show its periscope renders  it vulnerable, for* if the periscopes are  showing ii large vessel knows exactly  where the submarines are and can  both fire at them and also keep out  of the way of torpedoes from thorn.���������  Philadelphia Ledger-.  Noted   Newspaper Woman  and  Author  of "Kit's Column Passes Away  at Her Hamilton Home.  News has beerr received  Vancouver of the death of Mrs. Theo Coleman,  which occurred recently at her home  in Hamilton, Out. To thousands of  newspaper readers of Canada and in  many other parts of the world Mrs.  Coleman has been known for years as  "Kit" and was without doubt the best  known and one of the most popular  newspaper women in Canada. She  had a large number of personal friends  in Vancouver as well as a number of  newspaper friends which she had gained for herself during the time in which  she wrote a weekly column for "The  News-Advertiser."  Mrs.  Coleman   was  the  first  news-'  paper woman  in  Canada  to win distinction in that line of work and she.  had also the distinction   of  being  the  first woman war correspondent in the  world, when she went to Cuba in the  war of 1S9S.   As correspondent for the  "Mail and  Empire" she attended the  Diamond Jubilee in 1S97, the World's  Fair in Chicago irr   1S93  and  the midwinter fair in  San Francisco in 1S9-1.  From 1S90, when she first entered journalism, she joined the stall" of the Mail  and Empire and up until a few years  ago    she   conducted    the   "Woman's  Kingdom  on  that  paper.'  There are  few women in Canada who do not remember her bright and interesting articles.   Later she conducted u weekly  column known as "Kit's Column" for  a number of Canadian papers, including the "News-Advertiser.'*  Mrs. Coleman had been in poor health  for some  time,   but her  death   came  suddenly after only two clays' illness  from pneumonia.    She is survived by  her husband. Mr. Theo. Coleman,  her  son Mr. E. B. Coleman, and her daughter, Mrs. John Gartshore.    Mrs. Coleman was born at Castle Bhikely, West  of  Ireland,   in  1864, her maiden name  being  Kathleen Blake Watkins.    She  was  educated in  Dublin and later in  Belgium, coming to Canada in 1SS1.  UNION S.S. CLOSING EXERCISES  Satisfactory Work Throughout Term.���������  Rolls of Honor and Other Prizes  Awarded for Attendance.  The Hedley Union Sunday School  closed last Sunday, June 13th, for the  summer season, and will re-open orr  the 1st of September. The work for  the term has been extremely satisfactory throughout. The following is the  standing of the various pupils, and the  prizes awarded :  For perfect attendance:���������Ina Boyd,  Lena Wirtb, Lois Boeing, Err a Wink- ���������  ler, Minnie Winkler, Leonard Michell,  Claire Loomer. George Wirth, Robert  Boyd, Win. Michell (Rolls of Honor);  Eloise McClure, May Hossack, Catherine Rolls, Marguerite Jones Cathie  Hossack, Norma French, May Bentley,  Margrothe Hansen, Everett French,  Frank Michell, A lbertMagnar, Wallace  Hamilton (Medals).  Not attending all the year but perfect from the time they began:--Grace  McDonald, Helen McEachern, Ronald  McEachern, Carl Loomer (Reward  Pins).  Absent one Sunday:���������Er-minie Wheeler, Helen Mar Wheeler; Lily, Elsie  and Jearr Abernethy; Hugh McKenzie  (Reward Pins).  A little gift was given to Hugh McKenzie as a token of appreciation for '  his   help   in   keeping   up    the    wood  supply and building flies.  The church was tastefully decorated  for the occasion with wild flowers, and .  a  well  selected  programme of  songs  and recitations by the classes was well  carried out.  NATIONAL RELIEF FUND  The total amount subscribed by the  Farmers' and Women's Institutes of  the Province towards Institutes Patriotic Fund, find its apportion me)) t, is  as follows:  Jan. 12,' 1915 (������891, 1, 5) $4,350.05  Belgian Relief Fund, ������500  Pr. of Wales National  Relief Fund ������391, 1, 5  ������891, 1, 5  April 28th, 1915.  597.90  WHILE WE  KNIT  Tune: "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp."  In my cottage home I sit,  GLOATING OVER LUSITANIA  ���������WAS   FINED   $250  Rossland mines shipped 28,890 Ions  of 'ore to the Trail smelter in April,  which is an increase of 6,000 tons over*  the same month last.year.  (Nelson News)  Calgary. Alta., June 11.���������A. Trainer-  was fined $250 and costs at the criminal assizes tonight on a charge of  using seditious language by gloating  over the sinking of the Lusitania.  A further chaige of sedition was  laid against him for saying that "in a  year the King would be washing dishes for* the Kaiser." This was dismissed  as accused pleaded he was joking and  treasonous intent could, not be proved.  And 1 knit, and knit, and knit,  While my thoughts are with the boys  across the sea,  Fighting there 'mid shot'and shell,  While the bombs and cannons yell,  Fighting for our country, homes and  liberty.  Chorus.  Tramp, tramp, tramp,  The boys are marching;  Cheer up, comrades, bravely stand,  And beneath the Union Jack,  We will drive the Germans back,  And   we'll   fight   for   our    beloved  Motherland.  While the boys are at the front,  Bearing all the battle's brunt,  We, at home, are planning comforts,  while we pray;  Socks and mufflers, sleeping caps,  That's the work we all are at,  While the boys are beating Germans  in the fray.  (ClIORUS.)  While the hissing bullets fly  O'er the trenches where they lie,  In   the   midst   of   winter's   snow   or  biting sleet.  They will bless the women's thought,  That has much of comfort fraught,  As  they wear  the socks   we're  knitting, on their feet.  (Chorus.)  When the British lion's roar  Makes the Kaiser boast no more,  And our soldier boys come  marching  home again,  We at home, who sit and knit,  Will be mighty glad of it,  As we welcome back the boys across  the main.  ( Chorus.)  ���������By Miss Alice Ferguson, ICing, Ontario.  Total $1,94S.55  MORE HORSES REQUIRED  Heavy Draft Horses and Riding Horses  Wanted���������Must Be In Good Condition and Broken.  On Juno 24th, Mr. R. F. Bevan, the  Dominion Government remount officer, will be in Hedley for the purpose  of buying horses for the Canadian government. Riding and artillery horses  from 5 to 10 years old, 15-1 to 16 hands  in height, and weighing between 1050  and 1550 pounds are required for overseas service. Bays, browns, blacks,  chestnuts, blue roans and red roans  are the colors wanted. All horses must  be in at least fair condition as to flesh,  sound, of good conformation, free  from blemish or vice; artillery horses  arc to be broken to harness, and saddle horses to ride.  Heavy draft horses weighing up to  1550 pounds, suitable for artillery and  transport, will be purchased. These  must have good shoulders, deep in the  girth and back ribs, short backs well  ribbed up and active. Horses with  white strips in face will not be rejected.  Horses suitable for officers' chargers  will also be purchased. These must be  solid color, good conformation, well  broken, and have good manners; they  must be from 15-1 to 16 hands high,  and weigh from 1050 to 1250 pounds.  Horses must have quality, be free  walkers and move straight; neck  reined horses  preferred.  "When I was a boy 1 was proud to  be a German," said J. H. Wornian, an  American citizen, born in Berlin, and  for five years consul-general at Munich, "hut now, grown grey, I am sorry  for my country. Germany is a madhouse. ��������� The nation has gorre mad." ^-7 f. i!  !"*���������  '������;>V  **&  ���������c'  *rJY^>  ���������=^- ������  1 i-  THE HEDIEY GAZETTE. JUNE-17, 1915  .\  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year      ,. . . 8'iuo  '"��������� (United States)  '-'.50  Advertising Rate*  . '    Measurement, VI linos to the inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  incli, 91.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch,  10 cents per line for first insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  SI.*."."'��������� over 1 inch and up to -1 inches, SI.00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Certificate of Improvements...............SIO.11O  (Where more than one claim appears  in notice. $2.50 for each additional  claim.)  GEO. E. FRENCH, Manager.  Last quar.  -I  New Moon  1915  j U N E  first quar.  20  Full Moon  20  1915  Sun. Mon. Tues.Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  6  13  ���������20  27  1  U  21  2S  15  22  20  9  16  23  30  10  17  24  4  11  IS  12  19  2G  American scrape juice diplom-  .acy has passed on. Wo presume  tho next hrand will be the near  beer variety.  The Canadian fanner, earnestly bending all his energies to  incrense the food supply for the  Britisher at homo and the IJrit-  ish soldier at the front, is doing  his share in the ;���������*"'*" mtic struggle oh' the Empire.���������Hon. Martin  Burrell. in the War Book.  -Siiipts this sacrifi,ee.-J.-iCanacla  is not. as a nation, ardently impulsive.    This ,very, Jt'act^ may  make her all   the' ju lore  n  consequential   factor   in    a   long-  fought  war.    One  evidence  of  this  is  the  deadly   seriousness  with which she is living down  tlie public scandal that attended the spending of her first war  appropriation    of     $50^000,000.  Neither    sellers,    middle,    nor  government could boast of entirely  cleanly  hands  in   those  transactions���������but what war, in  what coutry,   was  ever fought  without   'commercial:',   smirch?  Graft,  then,  is. not  the   issue,  only  the spirit in   which    the  would-be grafters -ire put clown.  In    Canada,    Premier    Borden  himself, on the hist day  of" the  late session pf Pariiament, rose  from his seat in  the   House  of  Commons and read  out of, his  party,    without'.!'sparing   their  names,   two     fellow-Conservatives.    Mr.   Borden's  action   is  typical of Canada's whole attitude toward this great war.   It  is  a safe  guess  that the commission .delegated    to    expend  the new appropriation of $100,-  000,000 will live up to Canada's  best ideals.   Today our neighbor  is not contributing mere rhetoric to  her mother country;   she  is giving her own   money   and  ; her own blood: she is doing her  duty, and duty and desire ;ire,  with Canada, one."  \ ?.,  Today the ladies of Hedley  who'are actively interested in  Bed: Cross work will 'void a  "Sock Reception" and Tea- in the  Union church. The proceeds  will be used to provide material  for making' bandages,��������� etc.. required iu the* held by the Red  Cross Society. All you need to  take with you is a pair of socks  (more if you like) and a dime  for the tea. We bespeak for tlie  ladies a good attendance to aid  a worthy cause.  A movement is on foot in  town to hold a big patriotic affair of some kind to assist financially the universal efforts to  ���������supply comforts to our fighting  ��������� boys at the front. A preliminary meeting of a few of the  interested ones will be held tonight, and the local Band will  offer their services free for a  concert or dance or both. The  offer is an exceptionally good  one and we trust that any who  possess histrionic or musical  talent will, not bo slow in following  this lead.  Collier's on Canada's Share  in the War.  Canada's part in the war elicits the following comment from  the well-known American weekly, Collier's:  "So Canada has more than  100,000 men' under arms. Whatever else this war brings to  England, one gain   is   sure.    It  Certificate ol Improvements  Greco.*-.*, St. Bkknarh, Winchester and  Savaoe Mineral Claims, situate in the  Osoyoos Mining; Division of Yale District.      Where    located:    On   Sixteen  Mile Creel-.  ���������"PAKE N'OTICEili.-U L.W. Sliatlbrd, H.  I      A. Turner, T. D. Pickard and F. H.  French, love Miners' Certificates No. 93,-  2I6B, 93226B, 93217B and B, intend,  sixty days from date hereof", to apply to  the ?.Iinii*s;.*- Recorder for Cerlilicales of  Improvements, for the purpose of obl.'iin-  mg Crown Grants of the above claims.  And furlhcr take notice, that action, under section 37, must he commenced before  the   issuance  of such   Certificates of 1m-  counts most is not the fact that  P'"ovements.  Dated this llth day of June, A. D. 1915.  22-9 F. !!. FRENCH, Assent.  means* a tightening of the bond  uniting her dominions. That  bloody day on which 0,000 Canadians gave up their Jives, outnumbered hut standing off the  Germans at a. crucial point near  Ypres, brought 'aughter and  mother country closer together  for   all    time.    Perhaps    what  Aggressive Germany.  All  the   reports   indicate  the  arrival in Belgium of a German  army either-..freshly   mobilized  or else released from  the  eastern tlieatre of  operations.    Ave  may look for a new aggressive  in France  and   Flanders.   .Germany is lost when she assumes  the defensive.    Her whole campaign-was her only hope.  That  was the teaching of Bernhardi.  That was the reason the advance  though Belgium   was   declared  to    be    a    military     necessity.  Though the war lias been prolonged  far    beyond'   the    time  when Germany expected to end  it, she still finds it necessary to  force the fighting,    she does so  because from their inside position, with their better means of  transportation,     the    Teutonic  Allies can still meet the enemy  iu  equal or superior   numbers.  With   her 'immense .supply   of  ammunition and  her fine military    industrial     organization,  Germany is far -superior to her  enemies    in     equipment     and  munitions.    But in all these respects time is on the side of the  other Allies.    They are raising  men faster   than   the  Teutonic  enemy.     They   are   rapidly   increasing their supply ol: munitions by manufacture and   importations.   Every day that the  war is prolonged is to the disadvantage of Germany.    What  she is to do she must do now.���������  News-Advertiser.  Military 'and1 Heavy Draft  HORSES WANTED  For, CANADIAN GOVERNMENT  '  ���������"'������������������'������ :���������   '"������������������  RIDING  HORSES  Akin rising 5ro 10 yrs. Height, 15-1  to.15-3 hands.''Weight, 1050 to 1250 lbs.  ARTILLERY HORSES  Age, rising 5 to 10 yrs,   Height, 15-2  to 10 hands.   Weight, .1350 to 1550 lbs.  Colours���������-Bays, browns, blacks, chestnuts, blue roans, .red roans. No light  greys or whites/  ��������� Requirements���������-All'horses must.ha in  at least fair- .condition as to flesh,  sounti. of good conformation, free from  blemishes or vice; artillery horses  broken to harness and saddle horses  to ride. '���������'/_. . :���������','-.'.- . ,.��������� '  HEAVY DRAFT HORSES  Heavy draft hoises weighing up to  1550 pounds -suitable for artillery and  transport-will he purchased..  Such horses rr> ust have good shoulders, deep in the 'girth and back ribs,  shorthacks well ribbed up and active.  Horses with white strips in face will  not be rejected. . . "  Horses suitable for officers' chargers  will be purchased. These mirsl'be solid  color, good conformation,'well broken  mid have good 'manners, height 15-1 to  1(3'hands, weight 1050 to 1250 pounds.  Horses must have, quality, be free  walkers and move straight, neck reined horses preferred.  A.  D. McRAE, LIEUT. COL.  Chief Commissioner  for   Remounts  for I he West.  0L6w Will YouKProtect Yotir Wife "  ���������and the children shouldyou fall ill or lose your employ-  - . . "ment,? Have you money in the Bank'to tide the family  over until you are "on your feet" again?  Every married man should open an account in our  Savings Department and .put by a part of his earnings  every week or month.  Such a sum, earning interest, "will be a welcome protection for tho family. A Savings Account may be opened  with one dollar. * .      ,     42  78 Years in Business.   Capital* and Surplus $71884,000.  Hedley Branch      -      -      C. P. DALTQN, Manager  i������  JIOKSES  WILL HE  LN'Sl'ECTEn  11V  Mr. R. F. BEVAN  Government Remount Officer  Princeton, Thursday Forenoon, June 21  Kedley, Thursday Afternoon, June 24  Keremeos,   Friday, .lune 25, 1915.  NOTICE  w  Liquor Act, 1910.  OTlCE is hereby edven that, on the  21st day of-.-June next, ' application  will be made, to the Superintendent of Provincial ��������� Police for transfer of the license  for the sale of" liquor by retail in and upon  the premises known as the , Central Hoi el,  situate at Keremeos Centre, British Columbia, from -Haliburton Twedcile to-Leslie  Huiclieon, of Keremeos Centre, British  Columbia. ! \  Hamburton T-iVunoL'.-, -  *;.    Holder of Licence.  Leslie Hutch eon,  Applicant for Transfer.  Dated this 20th day of May, 1915. tS-5  SING LEE  Laundry, -, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing lana, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kerkjieos, B.C.  ^  NOTICE  the Canadians arc marching  contingent after contingent of  frest troops ahoard the transports,   hut   the    spirit   which  When   Writing-   Advertisers   Please  Mention this Paper.  Synopsis of Coal Mining. Regulations  C'OAIj mining rights of the Dominion, ii  ' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  tho Yukon Territory, tho North-west Territories twirl in a portion of the Province ot Uri-  tish Columbia, may be leased fora term of  twenty-one years at, an annual rental of S',1 an  neri*. Not-more than -i.oliO acres \vi be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the Auditor Sub-Agent  of the district iu which the rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by suctions, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall bo staked out by thu applicant  himself.  Kuoli implication must be accompanied by a  fee of j?;*" which will be refunded if the rights  applied for are not available, bub not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents  pur too.  Tin; person operating- the mine shall furnish  tho Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable, coa ruined  and nay the royalty tliureon. .the coal mining right-5 arc not being operated such returns  should be furnished at least oneo a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface right*' may  bo considered necessary for tbc working of the  uiiiio ut the rate of ������10.01) an aero  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary of the Department of  the Interior. Ottawa, or o any Agent or Sub-  Agent of la-minion Lands.  W. W. COIIY,  ] leputy Minister of the Interior.  X.li.-Unaiil.borizcd publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. Il-Om -  QUICKEST REMEDY EVER  SOLD  IN   HEDLEY  We. have never sold anythinj** here  in Heelley with the INSTANT action  of I hi* sini-ile mixture of buckthorn  li.-it-k, ^lyi-eiine. etc., known as Adlee-  i-kfi. This remedy, useil successfully  for appendicitis, is so quick nnd powerful that ONU SPOONFUL relieves  almost ANY CASE of constipation,  sour or sassy stomach. Adler-i-ka acts  on BOTH lower and npni'i* howol and  it is (he. most; THOROUGH bowel  clennsc!.' we nvoi- saw. F. M. Gillespie,  drie'-'isl,.  B������  Done in the Most  Artistic Styles  Large   and   Modern   Plant,  giving facility for prompt execution of all orders  AT  Our Ideas are Effective and  Our Work of the   Highest  Standard  THE  HEDLEY, B.C.  Satisfaction Guarantee  IBZCTCTmiHBBCTpMmflmiMT^^  .  8������������������ma^^ I  -ITOWN AND DISTRICT  ?I- ���������  .if-' '*     - -    .  Don't forget the "Sock Shower" in  tire church today from 2:30 to 0 p. m.y ���������  ... The public school closes tomorrow  . (Friday) for* the summer vacation.  ' "R.1 Wheeler* returned last Friday via  ���������Merritt   from   a   week's   visit to the  Coast.-cilies. ,-   -.  ���������Prof.-\V. Glaze, made his weekly  professional' visit to' Keremeos on  Tuesday afternoon.  .  H. A. Turner, road supervisor, paid  Hedley an official visit Tuesday afternoon, coning in hy auto'.  F. II. French and family left for the  Const yesterday, going hy auto as far  . as Merritt.      t  W. ,T. Manery of the Lower Similkameen was in town for a few hours on  Tuesday.  Geo. 0. Taylor, representing R.���������G.  Dun & Co., Vancouver, was a visitor  to Hedley on Monday.  ' A pleasing feature of the service in  the church on Sunday evening was the  rendering of the "Beautiful- Isle of  Somewhere" hy Mr. A. TV. Jack. *  "Mrs. S. L. Smith and Miss Marjory  returned from Penticton on Sunday  They'also spent u part of their visit at  Summer-land and Vernon.  Through the united efforts of tlie  Bank manager and theeditori the Gazette block now possesses a new flagpole and a brand new-Union Jack.  , Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Jones; Mr. and  Mrs, "W. Sampson and Dr. McEwen  r-e'turned on Fiiday morning from  Greenwood.  An. illuminated ReVl Cross, has been  installed in the Bank w'indow recently  by, our patriotic Bank manager, and  is*causing.much favorable comment.  Mr.   and "Mrs. F. H.  French  enter-  - \-  tained a fewJri'jrrds at.their- home on  Thin sday night last, the occasion being  the anniversary of their wedding.    -  Rev. J. Knox Wright, District* Sec  relary of the Canadian Bible Society,  c-lme in yesterday from Princeton by  ���������ttilo, and is canvassing Hedley in the  inti tests of the Society.  Messis. A. D. C'opeland and V P  Adams, two mining men ot Spokari'*,  came in Saturday to look over the  count) y. They lett again on Tuesday,  bat will quite likely leturn.  The management ot the, Hedley Opera Ilou-e hold .i social dance Friday  night,   which  was taiily well pation-  ized.    The music was furnished by the  pl.iyet   prano.  'The se> )es ot movies entitled "Lucrle  Love,' which have been attracting  such laige audiences at the St.u Theatre dunne; tho past three months, will  be concluded this wcck. ,  A veiy enjoyable soci il evening was  held in the opeia house on Monday  ' night by the Ladies'Orange Lodge'in  honor of the bride-elect, Miss Knowles.  During the evening she was presented  with a cut glass salad-bowl and servers  hy the Society,-  S. E. Hamilton and 'H. Megraw left  on Tuesday afternoon foi' The Pas,  Man., going out/by way of Penticton.  Mr. Megraw came over from Brides-  ville in the morning to join his brother-  in-law in making the-trip. They expert to be away about, three months.  Divine service will he conducted iii  the church at Keremeos on Sunday,  June 20th." Morning service, 11 a. nr,;  subject, "Three Temples." Evening  service. 7:;)0 p. in.; subject, "Life by  Looking." A hearty invitation is extended to all. Preacher, R. G. Stewart.  "Rough on Rats" . clears out Rats,  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House, lac.  and 2."ic. at Drug and.Country Stores."  PROVINCIAL AND GENERAJ  fii^.71 11/ .71. ..���������i'LT,'-l.\A.> YHuKIMtf hl\'\  ' the fifiBEfcinss^^  j-i';^r'V,K',---''t''J^-*i'i'y-irVi^  I  FrankliijJ^nejjrSecretar'y of thjJjjLn-;  ���������Jxn*iov*-in./Pi'e.si(H?i)t, Wilson's   cabfflet,  is a.Canadian by;birth.  1  .1 I  Twenty-two carloads of lumher were  shipped east oue day- recently fiinn  the Coast mills, to be used in construction work on' the C, N. 11.  Twenty million dollar's is   the ;esti-  *,  ���������  muted value of Austrian and Gerinan  ships in Italian ports- which have become Italy's prizes of war.  ���������11iW?Wf|P^^  Biiths are beginning   to  show   the  1  effects of the war." According to the.  statistics for Paris there were 1,850  births, in May, the tenth month of the  war, as compared with 3,890 in the  same month Inst year.  Cyril Maude, the eminent England  actor, handed a cheque for $-LOO0 to  the Toronto and York Patriotic Fund,  representing the profits made by himself and his company on the week's  performance of "Gumpy" at Shea's  Theatre.    ' '  ���������is  flow with  Us  , Call .and See our New  Samples of Wallpaper  Burlaps, Cretonnes, Etc.  Hedleu Drug & Book Store  Hedley, B. C  ������&       or-.-r.-.-,;    ...    ,,>    ori  '.V    Mmu^*';    t\  4HII17.:/ tmj&0 WS /fTfc.':^~!9i tH'^"f������  II  SEE THAT IT IS  Made In Canada  ^ccoocosccosooccoaccco������o^  'Scotland Yaid has circulated a  warning tp the London public that in  the event'of,an aircraft raid all householders must shut the doors and windows of'the-lowers part of the house  to exclude the deleterious gases with  which German bornhs are filled.  \$*V .   .      'r ������������������] iV      .   '��������� '    - ���������  '-���������  ���������"���������^.This is tire season of tlid your when you should  eat less meat, and wiiao is more* di'licious than  sliced Oranges and other fruits for breakfast.  --'Sunkist" Oranges���������the famous brand th.it  ��������� you so often read about���������extra good, priced  according to size.  ' ������������������yi*? a dish OS.'   Cauliflower,^ Onions.   Lettuce  and  ��������� j"."other vegetables every Wednesday.  CEEELMAI &  LY  "STORE OF QUALITY"  L  J  *  t  ' Representing the Federated Navy  League of British Columbia. Sir Clive  Phillipps-Wolley, president; William  Blakemore, vice-president, and W. E.  Oliver, president of the Victoria and  Esquimau branch, visited the EL, M,  S. Kent at Esquinralt last week to congratulate the officers and men on their  victory in the south Atlantic. They  were received by Oapt. J. D. Allen, C.  B. P. N������; Commander Arthur Bedford.  II.-N.; Commander E. L. Wharton, li.  N., and Lieutcniint-Cominander Reel  heod, II. N.  S and GRAIN COMPANY, Ltd. ������  x     '       Vancouver, B. C. G  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF-  Lcttei-lieads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills of Fare'  Memo Heads   ���������  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  Posters  TRY US == WE GIVE SATISFACTION  ���������Sir Robert Borden is carrying out,  his promised to h.-ivo a -judicial invesii  g.-ition into some of the purchases of  war- supplies which were not clcaicd  up bv the public accounts committee.  These include the purchase of horses  in King's Count}, Nova Scotia., and  perhaps irr other places; the matter of  suigrcal appliances brougt in Chicago'  through ,in Ottaw i agent,'and'1 the af-  Lari of the field glasses, which led to  the subpension ot i department office)*.  The i omnusMoner appointed for the  pinpose of tins inquiry is Mr. Justice  Davidson, toimerly chief justice of the  Quebec Supenoi Court.  We are offering" for six days, commencing Mon June  KEREME0S-PENT1CT0N -  ROYALMAIL STAGE  14th,  the following  well  known lines of merchandise at  greatly reduced prices in order to reduce stock which is  now too large.    These prices will save you money.   Gome  Auto Leaves  on  arrival, of 9.30  and-l'o clock trains.  'Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO     STAGE  '.'.-'       Curs Call at all Hotels  llcflley's Tonsorial' Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  in and look them over:  200 Pair Ladies' Invictus Brand Shoes, any style, reg. $5.00 at  100    <  100    '  50    '  100    '  Men's Fine Shoes, reg. price 5.50 and 5.00 at     .    .  Amherst Heavy Shoes, reg. 5.50 and 5.00 at  ..  Miners'Heavy ,Shoes, odd lines'to clear at   ....  Men's, Ladies' and Boys' Tennis Shoes, reg. to 1.50 at  150 Men's ITats, all colors and shapes, ranging in price from 2.50 to 4.00 at  100 Men's Linen and Straw'.Hats .to'clear at    .    .    .    .   >00 Pair Men's Stripe Overalls, reg.  1.35 at  $3*85  3-85  3.85  4.00  1.50  ���������50  1.00  ���������NEVERS" FOR CAMPERS  Forest fires can be prevented by:  Never leaving a camp fire until it  is out.  Never- making a camp fire in leaves,  rotten wood, or against a log.        --  Never tossing away burning matches or tobacco.  Never burning brush, grass or slashings during a dry season.  75 Men's Suits ranging iii price from 15.00 to 28.00 at 26 Per Cent. Reduction   3 for  200 Pieces M'en's Balbriggan Underwear, reg. ,50c at  100  Boys' Balbriggan  Underwear, reg. 75c suit at  R. HILLIARD   =    Prop.  laiMiii^m-JiMijaiB.'Hii^Wii^^  300 Men's Shirts, all colors and styles, values 3.00, 2.50, 2.25 and .1.50 at  200 Men's  Working Shirts, 2.00 and 1.50 values at   Buys' Blouses, reg. price 75c afc '   50  Bit-'  1.00  .50  i-i5  1.15  .50 -  PAINTING  . PfiPER-ffflNGING  KflLSOMINSNG  TERMS MODERATE  I   DALY ME.   -   -   flEDLEY.B.G.   |  i*"aiiis*)uwji3riaHaEiijuHS)3^^  deductions on Sox, Ties, Collars, etc.  These  prices are  strictly cash and are only good from  MONDAY, JUNE 14th, TO SATURDAY, JUNE 19th.  S  ft?  urnisher  HEDLEY, B.C. i'HK HKDLKY GAZETTE. JUNE 17,  1935  Dojts  As   Dowries- ,\  Even-where is the dog the friend  of man, but m Manchuria he is more  strictly the fiiend of woman Theie  the dowiy., of a young woman does  not consist <,i hard cash as in Europe,  but in a certan number of sleek dogs  -with thick fur or silken hair. The  girl's status may almost be guessed  by her wedding portion of dogs. If  she .receive six she is poor; if a  dozen,, her parents are in easy circumstances-find if twelve dozen it,  may be taken that she comes from  a rich family. They are carefully  fattened for their savoury flesh, and  their skins after death become coverlets,' pelisses, vests." for: hunters, or  bedside carpets .which scarcely ever  wear out. Lven' to its fur the devotion of the"dog is warm and lasting.  Sun   and   Earth.  The sun's greatest distance from  the earth, about July 1, is nearly 94,-  000,000' miles; His least, about Jan. 1,  rather less than 91,000,000 miles; his  rnean   distaijee   is    about   P2,333,000  . miles/��������� .It may serve .to give some  idea of the. vaslness of this distance  to say that, a ball fired from a thirteen inch gem at the sun would re-  '��������� quire, thirteen    years   to    reach   its  , mark, supposing its velocity to remain unchanged'throughout the journey.    The   sun's   diameter  is  800,000  .miles,   exceeding   the   earth's   about  ���������109 times/ The sun exceeds the earth  in surface 11,750 times arid in volume  1,260,000 times.  "SpenJt For Yourself."  Lord Leicester of Holkham nearly a  hundred years ago was a widower and  Jn the latter part of his life nearly  blind. He enjoyed an intimate friendship with his neighbor, Lord Albemarle,  and had in his own mind selected  Lady Anne, one of Lord Albemarle's  daughters, as the future wife of his  nephew and the mistress.of Holkham.  One day Lady Anne came along to  join his morning ride, and Lord Leices-  ier seized the opportunity of asking  her:  "Anne, my dear, how should you like  to he mistress of Holkham ?"  "There is nothing I should like better," answered Lady Anne, drawing  herself up in her saddle.  "Then I shall send my nephew William to court you."  Lady Anne drew herself up still more  and, tightening her rein, replied calmly,  but very gravely:  "I shall not be mistress of Holkham  on those terms."  It was then the old gentleman's turn  to rein in his horse. He looked his companion hard in the face and asked her;  "Why, you don't mean to say you  "would marry me?"  "Yes, indeed I would. And there is  nothing I should wish more."  This was a wooing that was not  "long a-doing," and it led to a most  happy marriage.     .  We will deliver Ice  every Tuesday and  Friday Mornings.  Let us have your  order!  in  Hefliey Traflino 60. Ltd.  and day out, Ii the  year round, a V *dtrola  in your home .-.is the  source of constant  pleasure.  No matter what kind of music or entertainment you like befft, the Vidtrola  is , always ready to provide it���������each  song or instrumental selection by  those artists who, of all the world  can render them besl:.  Hearing is believing.    Go to any "His  Ma&er's Voice" dealer in city or town  in.Canada and he will gladly pjay any'  music you wish tp hear, without any  obligation to you.  r>  C-raeklngr   ot -Trees.  The catalpa never shows the sear  and yellow leaf in autumn like the  sumac, hard maple, etc., for the reason  that its leaves are caught in a green,  tmripeiied state by the first severe  frosts. In one night their bright green  is turned to a dingy black. This sudden check gorges the cambium layer  and new wood of the stem with water.  An excess of water swells the protoplasm of the cells to such an extent as  to rupture the inelastic bark, and in  trees where the cell structure of the  wood is not ripe the crack will extend  into the wood often with a noise like  an explosion. This often occurs in the  fall when it is not cold enough to stop  plowing. Sometimes there is much  loss in nursery in this way with varieties not fully ripe when the first frosts  come. Sometimes, indeed, it injures  very hardy varieties. In such cases the  swelling of the protoplasm comes from  the water absorbed at the ground surface when combined wet and cold come  together in autumn. The cracking of  cherries and pears comes from the  same cause���������that is. by absorbing water  on wet days, causing an expansion of  the protoplasm. With trees the best  treatment is to cover the rupture with  moist clay and .then wrap to exclude  the air as much as possible.  Believing?,   He  Got   Ready  to  Dodge.  A Hudson river steamboat captain  extended the hospitalities of his snug  wheelhouse to a clergyman who could  not find a seat on the crowded upper  deck. The visitor was chatty, and  when he had plied the man at the  wheel with sundry questions concerning his spiritual welfare the skipper  risked the reverend gentleman:  "Do you believe in predestination?"  "Of course I do," was the emphatic  reply.  .  "Then you believe that whatever 1b  to be will be?"  "Certainly."  "Wch, I'm glad to hear it"  "Why?"  "Because I'm going to pass that boat  ahead in just fifteen minutes if there is  any virtue in hard coal and safety  valves. So don't bo alarmed. If the  boilers are not going to burst they  won't, that's all."  The divine arose, put on his hat and  was leaving the wheelhouse when the  captain observed:  "I thought you believed in predestination?"  "So I do, but, my good man. 1 prefer  being a little nearer the stern when it  takes place."���������New York Press.  Where Are  Your Interests  M Are they in this com- J  munity ?    ,  *\ Are they ambjig. the  people with whom you  associate.?  ���������f Are they with the  neighbors . and * friends  with whom you do busi-  ���������'business 1 }  If so, 'you want to know what-is happening in this community. You want  to know the goings and comings of  the people with whom yo.u associate,  the. little news items of your neighbors  and friends���������now, don't you?  That is what this paper gives you  in every issue. It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the interests of this  town. Is your name on our sub-  ��������� scriptiqn lists? If not you owe it  to yourself to see that it is'put  there.    To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  PflLft6E  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables   HEDLEY   B. C. -  IT A good stock of .Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    Ii Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  '���������/���������'     ���������������������������.  Phone I'-V D.J. -INNIS        'Proprietor  -HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN'  HEDLEY, B.C.  An Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  **-��������� RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  The Nickel Plate  Barbershop  SATISFACTORY, SANITARY  TONSORIAL SERVICE,  This shop it equipped with  Baths and all the latest  Electrical   Appliances.  W.T.BUTLER, -  Prop.  a*=  ���������*%  HEDLEY MEAT  ��������� ii i  &c  All kinds of- fresh and  cured meats always on  hand. Fresh Fish on  sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMOND, Prop.  J  YOU BUY  By HOLLAND.  JOITNUS good, doesn't it?  And the best of it is it is  true. These cash dividends  are* paid on every dollar you  spend, provided you spend,  wisely ami buy goods that  tlie mnker believes in so*  strongly that he advertises  them. .    \  Advertised goods are not  always the cheapest so far as  the amount asked for them  is concerned. But they are  INVA.riIA.BLY THE BEST.  And this makes them cheapest when all things are considered.  When you buy for the same  .money a better article than  you have been buying you get  a cash dividend on your purchase: When you pay less for  an article of the same quality  you get a cash dividend.  THESE DIVIDENDS ARE  PAID TO THE READERS  OF ADVERTISEMENTS IN  THIS PAPER.  Vidtrola XVI  $255  In Mahogany or oak Circassian'Walnut $305 '  tlie instrument by which all musical instruments are judged.  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 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 CO.  LINftTED  i  1 79  Lenoir  Street, Montreal  ^'DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AN"b CTTY f  ViAor Records���������Made in Canada���������Patronize Home ProdnjJts  540-326  Is Your Subscription Paid Up?  nml  The Maple Leaf For Ever  In days of yore, from Britain's shore,  Wolfe, the; dauntless hero, came,  And planted firm Britannia's flag  On Canada's fair  domain. ,   f  Here may it wave, our bo.'eit, our pride,  And joined in love together,  The Thistle,  Shamrock,  Rose entwine,  The Maple Leaf for ever.  CHORUS.  The Maple Leaf,  our emblem dear,  The Maple Leaf for ever !  God save our King, and Heaven bless  The Maple Leaf for ever!  At Quoenston Heights and Lundy's Lane,  'Our'brave fathers,   side hy side,  For freedom, homes and loved ones dear,   ,,  Firmly stood and nobly died;  And those clear rights which they maintained,  We swear to yield them never!  Our watchword evermore shall be,  The Maple Leaf for ever !  Our fair Dominion now extends,  From Cape Race to Nootka Sound;   |  May peace for ever be out- lot,  And plenteous store abound:-  And may those ties of love, be ours,  Which discord cannot sever,  And tlourish green o'er Freedom's home,.  The Maple Leaf for ever!  On merry England's far famed land,  May kind Heaven sweetly smile;-  God bless "old Scotland ever more,  And Ireland's Emerald  Isle!  Then swell the song, both loud and long,  Till rocks and forest quiver.  God save our King and HeaVen bless,  The Maple Leaf for ever !  I:  //.'..

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