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 [i  ���������.���������-rfc.    .������  Vf&^'t  AND SiMtLKAMEEIT ADVERTISER,  -1-1 ��������� <i i' i  Volume VL  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1910".  Number 8.  f  III  m  W  k \.  hi  nit  iit'  I  !  I'i I  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in VjincoiiTer.] ���������  - ���������'    *   S. 0. L. Co.'s Block ���������   - ���������''-    * ���������  PENTICTON,      -      ���������  B.C.  W. H. T. GAHAN  -1  ..  ,        Barrister,   Solicitor,   ( . '  7        Notary Public, Etc. ���������    '"  Murk Block  PENTICTON,      -      ���������  B. C.  J. W. EDMONDS,  Insurance, and  General Agent  Agent for Thk Great West Like In-  sukance Company*.  PENTICTON,  B. C.  LEGISLATURE  Budget .Brought   Down and  Excellent Showing Made  STILL A STORMY PETREL  Joe Martin Criticises   His  Leaders'���������Is  Radical'of the Radicals'  PUBLIC WORKS FARE .WELL  The Most Generous Appropriation Yet  Made���������Forest Protection Gets $75,-  000 ���������Similkameen Fares Well.  Geo. H. Broughton,  B.C. & D.L.S., Graduate S.P.S.  i    **������M*IM������***************-*******������^  Civil Engineer' and Land Surveyor  Wade Block, Penticton.  JflS/GLflRKE  Watchmaker  , ' HEDUEYi B. *C,  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  ���������'���������'    Headquarters forTourist 'Travel; '.-.-.  Kates Moderate.  A. Barnes, Prop.        Pjsntictox-, B;C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Ileal Estate,  Mines,  Crown   Grants   Applied   For  Under Land Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Fire .Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  'Ocean Accident and Guarantee.Co.  United Wireless Telegraph Co^;  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  Grand Union  Hotel __���������  HEDLEY, B. C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  HEDLEY BARBER SHOP  Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  HAIR   CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  The Premier - brought down C-irra-  diarr Northern'Bill 'which carries out  the promises mado, to ejectors, even to  the control of rates by the province.'  The;'Kettle River' Railway Bill to  fo.llow., -. , ;  The Attorney-General in his capacity as finance minister, as yvcII presented the budget. The estimated  revenue will go over seven millions  and tho expenditure will' reach a little  .more than that sum or $7,738,257 although possibly all the appropriations  some ,of. which are contingent, will  not'be -[petti. "The sumnrarry of expenditure is:  Public debt. $521,719; civil government (salaries), $459,142: administration of justice (salaries), $161,18(5; legislation, ' $65,620; public institutions  (maintenance),,$251,993; hospitals aud  charities. $3d3,100; administration of  justice (other than salaries), $201,550;  education, $745,7-12; transport $47,000;  revenue services'$45,000; public works  $1,250,805 made up of works and  buildings $986,500," government house  $5,600, ��������� i-oads, streets . bridges and  \vlra*rves'$2,820,605, subsidies to steamboats, ferries arrd bridges $19,100; sur-.  veys and improvements of lands $325,-  0Q0, contingencies $100,000; "miscellaneous $619,45i*X " ' '' ' *  f In the public works vote Similkameen is down for $100,800, the largest  ever received, arrd showing that representative Shatford is ever alive for the  interests of his constituency.  For surveys' of land  there is a sum  of $300,000 required,   and the $25,000  needed for sewers  in   Prince Rupert  also appears.    The provincial board of  health vote is $30,000 this year instead  of $18,000.     The vote of $20,000 to the  Tranquille sanitarium is repeated this  year.     Log scaling will cost $34;500,  and two launches are to be purchased  for the scalers at a   cost  of $8,000.  Farmers' institutes get $12,000, agricultural, associations $50,000 and fruitgrowers    $2,500."    For    experimental  .orchards there is a vote of $10,000. The  sum provided for bounties on wolves,  coyotes and panthers is increased from  $15,000 to $25,000. . Forest protection  call for $75,000,  largely as a result of  the facts  brought out before   the forestry commission.     Rossland   gets a  further grant of $6,000.   There is a  vote of $10,000 for the expenses of the  timber aud forest commission, besides  a supplementary vote of $2,5000 on account of the current year.   The board  of investigation, under the Water Act  calls for the expenditure of $30,000,  the insurance commission $3,000, the  university a like sum,  and the collection of the archives $2,500.   The boiler  inspectors are to  have a  launch costing $5,000.  London, Feb. 2-1.���������Writing' to the  Times in regard to Mr. Asquith's  pledges in his Albert Hall speech respecting the, veto of; .the House of  Lords qn legislation, Joseph Martin expressed the' opinion that "Asquith and  this government have repudiated that  pledge and that every Liberal member elected to parliament is released  from allegiance to Asquith and his colleagues. They should act, he says, to  put the Liberal party right with its  supp'ortars' and country, and for this  purpose, Mr. Martin says, it would  seem to be necessary to repudiate, our  present party leaders.  PITS ANOTHER  .       DfFMNP  Hedley Gold Mining Company  Declares a Second Quarterly Dividend of Three'  Per Cent.  NOW IN   FULL   SWING.  Report   That  Canadian  Follow. '  Pacific    Will  THIRTY CENTS PER SHARE  1 LONDON, Feb. 25.-In the Commons yesterday afternoon, the under  secretary, of state for the colonies, replying tp'Joe'Martiu'd'speech in respect to the speech delivered by Earl  Grey last year in regaid to Lhe^British  navy, said: "[presume Mr. Martin's  question referred to the speech delivered by'Earl Giey in, Calgary last September. The secretary, of state has been  informed that the ciiticisnis made of  that speech were based upon incorrect  reports, which were due to the fact  that no shorthand writers weie present. The secretary consequently  sees.no reason why he.should take any  action."  On the Capital Stock of trie Company  Payable April first���������Not Bad For an  Institution That is Supposed to be  Frozen Up.  London, Feb. 25.���������It-' is learned that  Joseph Martin had some trouble in "regard to .his question respecting Eail  Grey, The clerk of the house at first  refused to'put the question on the list,  remarking* ��������� "We have nothing to do  with the gevernor general. You must  see the speaker of the house."  ��������� Mr. Martin replied; "Why should I  see the speaker. I have brought the  question to your notice in .the usual  way."      .'.  The clerk  in a sharp  tone replied:  "Oh, very well, 1 will see the speaker."  AN  INTERESTING OPERATION.  Hedley   Hospital   has its   Initial Case.  Skin-grafting for Severe Burn.  WIRELESS FOR STEAMERS  Vessels Building for G. T. P.   Will Have  United   Wireless Apparatus.  The first operation in the Hedley  General Hospital was that performed  on Wednesday of last week when it  became necessary to resort to skin-  grafting to heal the severe burn received by'Dorothy Meausette, the  little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meausette, of Keremeos, of which mention  was made in the Gazette when it occurred some three weeks ago. Rev.  Mr. Kinney was the Antonio of the  occasion and contributed the amount  of cuticle and cutis vera required,  which in this case had to be a generous'quantity for the wound which had  to be covered with the new skin was  about four inches wide and ten inches  long.  The doctor was assisted irr tho operation by Miss Bond, the new matron,  <-i.nd everything appears to have gone  most satisfactorily,as the little patient,  notwithstanding the severe suffering  she has had during the past three  weeks, as well as in the operation  itself, is doing nicely and making a  satisfactory recovery. Mr. Kinney  was also but little the worse for the  ordeal, as he was around next day  with no outward evidenee of the event  other than that of a slight limp, the  skin having been taken from his thigh.  The directors of the Hedley Gold  Mining Co. last week at the head  office of the company irr New r.York  declared the second quarterly dividend  since they took hold   of   the  Nickel  Plate mine in the  middle ol* August  last.  This record in spite of the handicaps under, which the mine has been  working from insufficient equipment  and lack of proper power is quite unexpected and shows not only the capabilities of the property which none  here had any occasion to doubt but  also the efficiency of the local management and staff.  The lack of proper equipment coupled with the unusual severity of the  winter has made it a difficult task to  keep going���������a task that was made  more difficult because of the unnecessary waste of water early last fall on  the part of the former manager who  was allowed to continue just about  two months too long.  With this splendid showing in the  face of these disadvantages and before  a change could be effected to recover  the serious losses in the tailings that  have gone on constantly since the  property was first operated, some idea  of the handsome profits that are in  store for thecompauy may be obtained.  Already a rrew plant is being installed to prosecute mine development on  ascale more worthy the property, and  additional machinery for the .mill is  being ordered to effect the saving of  losses in the tailings. This will consist for the most part irr the introduction of tube mills to regrind the tailings and filter presses for the better  treatment of the slimes. Before  another winter- also provision will be  made for power that will obviate the  necessity for any further shutdowns.  Vancouver, Feb. 2o.��������� The engineers  in charge of the construction of the V.  V. & E.  over    the   Hope' mountains  state that work   was started   west of  Princeton.   Stewart Si. Co.   have sublet their contract east of Range, three  miles, to Fred Wilson, one mile to W.  McPhee, three miles to James Walsh,  four miles    to Madden Si Hankinson.  The.other eight miles, as well as' a 51-  .mile stretch  east of Range,   will   be  sub-let shortly.    Work at Abbottsford  is expected to start in a fortnight.-  - Railway me/n here'are confident that  the C. P. R. will star t work this spring  on its line over tbe-Hopo   mountains.  W. L Bassett with a par ty of engineers  pf the road, lecent'Iy arrived here.   He  Stated his line shows, a niaximum.grade  of 2.2 per cent going west: "The route  would   go ' 'to   'Coquahalla.' Summit,  thence   dowiv   Coldwater   and   Otter  'creek  valleys.    One  per   cent   grade  'from Penticton to Summit is said  to  be assured.  PRUDENT STOCKTAKING  Nova Scotia- Set Example by Ordering-  Survey of-Her - Timber Land  GENERAL NEWS  W..T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  ���������������������������.iuc^r REGUIJAlt monthly meetings of  /V\ Hedley Lodge No. M. A. F. & A. M.,  v x arc held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren arc cordially invited to attend.  H. D. BARNES,  Secretary  W.J.FORBES  W. M  E. A. C. STUIJU  UAIiOI.D MATNK DATA"  Member*- Vancouver Stock Exchange  Real Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W.  Opposite New Post OfHco  p. o, box m  Vancouver, - - B. C.  Contracts have been closed for equipping the two new steamships of the  Grand Trunk Pacific railway, with  United Wireless Telegraph instruments. Manager of Telegraphs A. B.  Smith of the railroad has ordered two  kilowatt sets for the steamships Prince  Rupert and Prince George when the  latter is completed.  The Prince Rupert will have the apparatus installed before sailing from  England for Vancouver. In addition  to the regular electric equipment, the  boat will be fitted with auxiliary storage batteries, so that in case the ship's  power plant becomes disabled the vessel will be able to communicate with  sorrre shore station or some other boat.  The Prince George will be built in  England for the Pacific Coast trade,  and will have similar wireless apparatus as that on the Prince Rupert.  5000 Facts About Canada.  The public: will warmly welcome the  rrew 1910 Edition of that indispensable  booklet "5000 Facts About   Canada,"  compiled    by    Frank    Yeigh,    whose  writings and lectures  on  Canada  are  widely known.    The popularity of the  publication  is   shown   by its sale of  nearly 50,000 copies, not only in Canada, but through the Empire and indeed  the world.    The 1910 Edition contains  a large percentage of now  matter under such heads as���������agriculture, mining  banking, trade, railways, wheat-growing, education, religions, etc., while a  new feature is  a.  budget of   Empire  Facts.    The book is a. revelation of the  riches ami resources  of the Dominion.  It is published by the Conadian  Facts  Publishing   Co.,   007   Spadina    Ave.,  Toronto, Canada, or may be had from  Newsdealers.  The revolutionists have beerr  worsted in another battle in Nicaragua.  Riots attend the Pennsylvania steel  strike and pitched battles are the order of the day.  Canadian vessels are not allowed to  use the canals of New York state.  British Parliament is in session and  Asquith is having the time of "his life  keeping warring elements  in  control.  China has designs orr Thibet and is  encroaching orr the domain of the  Lamas.  The Prenjier of Egypt has been shot  by a representative of the Nationalist  faction.  Great Britain has had a four days'  storm accompanied by earthquake  shock.  Peary has been asked to prove that  he has been at the North Pole to a  commission of retired officers of the  army and navy, among whom is Admiral Schley.  After hundreds of dogs horses and  cattle have been destroyed in Ontario,  expert opinion is being quoted that it  is not rabies but distemper which is  prevalent in parts of that province.  Avalanches in Idaho caused serious  loss of life this week.  The Monroe bridge in Spokane has  been wrecked. One hundred feet of it  has gone into the river.  The railway bills have been hr-ouerht  down in the B. C. Legislature and  they mean business. Both roads have  to use despatch in building. The Kettle Valley must build 25 miles in 1910.  "Gone are the forests piimeval", not  merely in the storied d and Pie valley  but thoroughout the rest of the province of Nova Scotia as well: but that  province has still valuable forests left  and has deter mined to take measures  for- their proper use and conservation.  With this end in view, the provincial  authorities during the past summer  (1909) began to "take stock" of their  remaining forests and inaugurated a  survey of their forests and other crown  lands. Nova Scotia is thus the leader  among the provinces of the Dominion  in making inventory of its forest  wealth.  Dr. E. B. Fernow. dean of the Faculty of Forestry , of the University of  Toronto, was given charge of the survey. Dr. Fernow is one of the pioneers of forestry in America, having  beerr prominently connected with the  forestry movement since forestry began to lie thought of on this continent.  Associated with him were the Chief  Fire Warden of the province and several trained foresters. Only a rough  survey, or "reconnaisance", was "attempted.  So far the southwestern part of the  province, from Hants county westward has been surveyed. The total  area covered is about S500 square  miles. The cost of the survey has  been surprisingly low, averaging less  than twenty cents per square mile.  In the survey each   member of the  party was given a certain district and  was left to his own discretion as to his  method of accomplishing the work in  hand.    Where practical and advisable,  records   already    m    existence   were  utilized,   with a view   of saving  time  and expense, as was  also information  secured from reliable and well informed persons having  knowledge of certain  districts.    The  fieldwork  consisted  largely in  checking this information,   the study of forest types,   etc.  This  information   was plotted in   the  field directly on maps (on the scale of  two  inches  to the   mile).     On  these  were  rioted such  points as the extent  of the  burned areas,   the degree   of    ���������  cutting  on   cut-over  areas,   the  composition of the forest, the condition of  the  young growth or "reproduction",  and   the   character   of   the   farming-  lands, meadows, etc.  within the farming country.  Dr. Fernow is hopeful as to the future of the forest.    He writes:  "Although the data on reproduction  and rate  of growth   are. not  yet collated, it is  safe to say that,   if  the fires  are kept out (and apparently with the  present organization   still further perfected  this  can   he   done   reasonably  well)  there is no difficulty in restocking by natural means  most of the cut-  over  areas, if not too severely culled.  In the pure hemlock-spruce stands all  that is  necessary is to remove the old  hemlock   thoroughly    and   cleanly  to  have the  young growth   of spruce, already on the ground, take its place."  When   answering   ads.   flesae.  mention this paper. THE   HEDLEY GAZETTE,  MARCH 3, 1910.  tm  and  SKwiiksmeen Advertiser.  m-uciI on Thursdays, by t.lio Hkdlisv Gazkttb  l-lt.NTINO A.Vl) 1*0111.-SUING ('OMl'ANV.  l.i.virri.:ii.   ,-u. Iledlev. B.C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Pl; Veur. 62.00  "   ( United Slates). ....'2.50  Advertising Rates  '."���������''   Measurement, V2 linos to tiie inch.  Land Noticss���������Certilicatesol*improvement, etc.  57.00 lor HO-clay notices, and ������5.110 for 30-day  notices.       ���������. ���������     '  Transient Advertisements-not exceeding one  inch. Si.00 for one insertion. '25 cents for  ouch subsequent insertion. Over one inch,  1(1 tents per line for first insertion and 5  "' cents per line for each .subsequent insertion.  Transients payable iu advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  ���������������l.JiS: over 1 inch :md up to -I inches, ������1.00  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  hiking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will he given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  .Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftoner than once a month  the  iii-ice of composition will be charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract .advertisements should  he in the oiiiee by noon, on Tuesday to secure,  ion for that week's issue.  attention :  A. MEGRAW. Mana-ring Bditor.  have the,utterance of Sir John on this  same'Crimean war and Canada's posi-  tion therein..   In a speech delivered in i  Toronto iii:1885 hfesa-id?' i;W     ' ���������  ' "SVho: can'.Jook; Hack to the.:'time  "wiien the Crimean War broke, out  "and not remember with pride how  '"Canada, rose as one iii'tm to stand by  "the Mother Country and by France,  "when the? French Tricolor and the  "Union Jaclc were, joined together  "fighting the battles of liberty against  "absolutism on' the shores ..of the  "Crimea-? There was a rush of.Oan-  "adiaus to go to the battlefield,  and I  "bad the great pleasure, AS A'member  "of the Government op Sir Allan  "Macnab, to be instrumental in  "carrying a vote of ������20.000, given  "unanim.ously 'out of the public  "Treasury, in order to show that  ���������'Canada- made 'common cause with  "England arid with France in the  "Crimeatr War.  THE  WWW  a  Si  JOHN JACKSON. Proprietor  Everutlilnq New and  first-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  74 Years in Busines:  Every Ban Icing  /\ccommoda.tion  Capital and Reserve Oyer $7,000,000  offered'to Farmers,  Cattlemen, Miners  and Lumbermen.  Full Moon      jt  23   M  w  *f6   New Moon  Last quar.    1  '2.1  j������     First nrmr.  r              if*-  1910  FEB.  I?10  Sun. JVloii. Tues. Wed  Thu. Fri. Sat.  .   l  2  3      i    ���������r,*;  6       7       8  9  .10     11 ,   12  13     14     15  .10  17     IS     19  20   ,21     22  23  24     25     26"  27     28     2!)  30  31  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  Even the Toronto Globe has admit-  ted that if Canada -takes in hand to':  create an independent navy, of her  own Britain will be absolved from  further obligation to protect her with  the British Navy.  PflLflGt  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  HEDLEY, B.C.  *3 A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   IT Orders for Teaming -  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Gompanu.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phone 14.        IN N IS  BROS. Proprietors.  Sales Notes handled on most favorable terms.. Checks  on any Bank cashed. Money advanced to reliable men  at reasonable rates.  Money sent to any point by Money Order, Draft or  Telegraph Tsansfer.  Hed}ey Branch,  L. G. MacHaffie, Manager  ������ x  K 9  Hats Hats Hats  i  THE DEADLY PARALLEL  That, Sir Wilfrid Laurier has been  an opportunist during the whole of  his parliamentary career is a fact that  has time and again been demonstrated  and when his more glaring inconsistencies have been pointed but, some of  the more slavish of his supporters  have had the hardihood to characterize them as manifestations of genius.  To be an opportunist and preserve  sonre little semblance of consistency  is at any time a rather difficult task;  but for an old man with failing memory to ��������� attempt to keep it up must  prove fatal. Here is a sample of it in  two speeches by Sir 'Wilfrid, on the  naval question as to Canada's obligation to Britain in war time; and. ye.t  this is the man into whose hands loyal  Canadians are asked to put a navy.  The maritime provinces and British  Columbia are the most directly interested in the question of naval aid to  Britain. The other provinces as a  whole would doubtlessly support the  movement heartily but solely as a  matter of principle and patriotism.  With those on the seaboard it is different and sentiment is backed up by  stern necessity for self protection.  The maritime-provinces, object very  strongly to reduction of their representation at Ottawa. Reduction of  course is a humiliating thing for any  province, but still a bargain is a bargain and no good can come from re-  pndiating the responsibility resting  upon all to abide by the agreement  provided in the British North America  Act.  The Butchers, Hedley    -���������'. ���������  We do not belong to the  Beef Trust nor are we  wholly opposed to Vegetarianism, consequently,  we keep on hand  Ohoi ce /Vleats  of all kinds and the necessary Vegetables to go  with them. .  GIVE US YOUR ORDERS  Phone No. 4.  Wo are expecting a large shipment of  Ladies' and Children's Trimmed Hats from  one of the leading American Firms. Prices  and Styles to suit everybody. Will be here  in good time for Easter.  Also a nice line of Men's Felt, Hats in  the latest shades.  Sir Wilfrid's First  Speech.  Sir Wilfrids Second  Speech.  "When Kngland isat |    "It does  not follow  war wc are at war.        I that  because Kngland  I should   he at war wo  | should be at war.  The fuller import of this is seen  where he goes on to specify. His attitude in tin- case of the Crimean Wat-  is given thus :  ���������'For myself I do not- hesitate to say  that if that war (the Crimean War)  were to be undertaken by England  under similar circumstances I would  hesitate very much before 1 would  give my consent thai we should take  part in such war if conditions were  the same as they were then."  An Isbniaelitish sheet in Vancouver  recently   tried  to   make  believe   that  Sir.John   iMacdonald would have beerr  opposed   to direct  aid being  given by  Canada to the support of the British  navy,  arrd based   its authority on imaginary  words alleged   to have  been  used by  Sir John   in connection   with  Canadian troops to the war in Soudan,  ���������words that it is doubtful whether he  ever   said, or if he  did they wore distorted out of all semblance of his real  sentiments on the question.   And even  if he did use them he would have been  justified  for it would have been   preposterous on  Canada's part to meddle  in one of Britain's  liMle punitive wars  in a  distant  part of  the Empire,   and  especially  in   view   of  the   fact   that  Canada  was already well   represented  in that  war by  the Voyageur contingent  which mastered  the Nile for the  British  troops and transported  them  to the point where   they  could  meet  their foe.     But that we may compare  the   respective  attitudes   of Sir   John  Macdonald and Sir Wilfrid Laurier in  thisiespect  it is  fortunate   that   we  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Feb. 20,   1910 :  AT THE'MINE.  Maximum        Minimum  Feb. 20           .             3      '.. * '-3  21 ..     ��������� -10        .. -20  22 ..          -1        .. -25  23 ..         2-t        .. -5  24 ..          vl        .. 5  25 ..24        .. 13  26 ..         30       .. 10  Average maxinium temperature 13.  Average, minimum do        -4.57  Mean temperature 5.21  Rainfall for the week     .      inches.  Snowfall        "       "        12.   .     "  corutKsro.vnrN'G week of last yeau  Highest maximum temperature 32.  f\. J.  *  Average  maximum  do  26.42  Lowest minimum  do  10.  Average  minimum  do  15.71  Mean  do  21.07  AT  THE JlIIX.*  Maxin  mm  Minimum  Feb. 20  ,  ,  20  -si  21  24  -12  22  24  7 '  23  27  17  21  38  ��������� .  10  25  40  ..  22  20  30  26  Average maximum temperature 31.14  Average, minimum do 10.14  Mean do 20.04  Rainfall for the week   .       inches  Snowfall "        "      .0  coiiKKSi'o.vnrxc wkek ok last yeah  Highest maximum temperature 41  Average do do 30.57  Lowest minimum do 22.  Average do do 2S.57  Mean do 35.57  E. E Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  J. A. SCHUBERT, hedley.  tofc*-fcra)t'*lftfe'*fcfe-il3������MMraraaiM^^ W&MWxWtl  U ALWAYS    GOOD    AND    FRESH 9  To Buy Cheap, Pay Gash.  Family Groceries  Fnfcsh and Seasonable  at the  Cheap Cash Store  THE MEAT YOU GET FROM  EDMONDS, THE BUTCHER  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, and 9  I  9  Also Vegetables and Other Accessories %  ���������'���������-.'    S  ���������gie*������'.'*ag������������--'--'������-'.������t^  Poultry.  MRS. Q. B. LYONS.  BOW KEE          ,       ,    , "**  LAUNDRY  Washing called for and delivered. Satisfaction Guaranteed  Hedley,  B C  40 Great Years  And 1909 Best of All  With over Eight Millions of new  business written in Canada,  alone in 1009.  Began business in 1S70 with assets $0,210, and now .the assets  are over .$14,000,000.  Canada's Big Popular Company  Chosen alike by rich and poor-.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. nEQRAW, Local Agent.  SNAP IN REAL ESTATE  -TUK  I'XPKRSIGXKD will soil lii.s house  mid lot on Daly avenue. House will bo  sold cither funiislied or unfurnished. A speedy  sale is wanted as seller is removing to Alberta  and the first satisfactory applicant will {jet it.  The house mid lot are improved and in every  wiiy 11 desirable residence.  JOHN LIXD  I  The Victor and Berliner Gramophones  Try.  AV\VV*4X*������Sjk  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  With a Victor or Berliner Gramophone you will have  the world's best music, interpreted by* the world's  greatest artists, always at your command.  Sold on easy payments if desired.  NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORDS-90c. for the two.  Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record.      ^  Berliner Gram-o-plione Co., Limited  Montreal. ^  Agents Wanted Everywhere.  We are the Western Distributors of B. C.    of   Victor Talking Machines, Beliner Gramophones and  Records  DYKE, EVANS m, CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver.  Hedley, Princeton and Keremeos can buy all Beliner-Victor Goods at, Montreal  Prices from L. C. Rolls &. Co., of Hedley, B. C���������No Freight, No Express THE HEDLEY GAZETTE; MARCH"3,:1U1U.  Town and District.  ���������* *  y,  P!' -  f  w  I >    t  rnifU  i!-'M  Iii",  In;  :j  .,., *  It.':-  I>  -1  , ^D.J.J.nni������s,w<*>nt'j.through touVIerritt  tf l, -���������* Jr | A' '     i ,%��������������� V  this wef-k driving nll-the way, \      >*_-"  J. D.; .'Brass returned ort''Tuesday  from'a* tj-ip to'-"Grand Forks -ind'Spo-  ane.     - -  , - ~  Mrs. Revely returned on Saturday  last from a pleasant visit of a month  with friend������ in Keremeos.  March is the month of pussy willows  and a. week or two of moderately  springlike weather should bring them  out. .- '  Dr. Jackson, dentist, is in town and  . will remain  for'A. few day's to attend  to any work in his line which' may be  required.  W. A. Haining is doing assessment  work on the Sacramento mineral claim  which lies northwest of and below the'  Metropolitan.        . ,  The number of refrigerator cars  which the trains take west would look  as if the contractors were laying in  plenty of supplies.  Afternoon tea at the Hospital Auxiliary in the Union hall to-morrow  (Friday) 3 to 5 p.m. Silver collection;  everybody welcome.  Note our advertising columns and  see what local dealei s have to offer.  Easter will soon be heieand with it  will conre the Easter wants.  The Hedley Hospital received during'  the week one carafe from  Mrs. Bradshaw and a supply of bed charts (history paper) from the Hedley Gazette.  James Noorran was brought up from  Keremeos last week for surgical treatment at the Hedley Hospital; but was  found to be too far gone to permit it.  He died on Tuesday.  Half a loaf is certainly better than  no bread; last week we were kickrng  about the irregularity of the mails in  forwarding coast papers, but Saturday's mail brought none at all.  The big-homed owl bounty enables  the Siwash kids to pick up a tidy  bunch of pocket money. Every little  while they come along with a lread  and swear him in for- the bounty.  The approach to the 1050 ft railway  tunnel on the V. V. Si E. through the  lidge behind Princeton is being taken  out by steam shovel and the wor k is  being driven as lapidly as possible.  The advent of March was hot particularly leonine.; nevertheless there is  no reason why we should get it worse  later on, in view of what has been the  Indians on the reservations in Wysh-  ���������^ ington.slate have been g,iying.,triiip7i,e'i  to the contractors   on  the Oroville-  rewsterlrne.  '���������* \       ��������� -\h.  $������������������ -      ��������� "���������'"���������  "The tramway"*'has been torn upJM  places, between the tjpple aiid Central  and the woik of renewing trestles has  begun.   Paul  Brodliagen is in" charge  of the repair g'tng.  Miss "King leaves to-day for tiie  coast. A dance was given in her  honor at the Hotel Similkaiueen on  Tuesday night'when the boarders presented her with a purse containing  $16.00.' ''.������������������������������������  <���������>������������������  r^v  "l*KiHJH) Li'tY-  WATCH. IT GROW  prevailing weather during the winter.  Mr. arrd Mrs. Townsend and their  .son Harold left on Tuesday for Spokane, where the latter will undergo  medical treatment he having suffered  a relapse and a recurrence of his former trouble.  Marriage licences may now be issued in Hedley and may be had from  A. Megraw who has been authorized  by the treasury department to give  oirt the little paper that sometimes  plays the mischief.  Carl Hair-sine representing the W.  H. Malkin Co., which is one of British  Columbia's greatest Grocery wholesale  establishments was in . town on Mon-  . day selling goods for the firm . and  meetitrg* old frierids.  The work train is still engaged rip-  rapping anil protecting the piers so as  to be in readiness for the fx-eshets  later on. It is easier arrd cheaper to  protect the grades than to allow them  to lie washed out and proper protec-  . tive work done afterwards.  On Friday evening last while the  Hedley Masons had a lodge meeting  on,'their women folk took advantage  of the sleighing to organize a sleigh-  riding party which drove out to Souk-  up's nine miles up the river, where  they spent two or three pleasant h'ours  returning by moonlight.  John Gladden last week orr behalf of  Mr. Studd sold the Commercial Hotel  building to Joseph Rotherlrain. The  price paid has rrot been given out but  it is generally believed that Mr. Studd  authorized his-agent here to accept  less than would have been considered  the orthodox pi-ice some time ago  Avhen the hotel business was believed  to have been more prosperous and  liquor legislation not so stringent as at  present, nor prohibitionist zealots so  aggressive.  The completion of a graded road to  the G. N. It. depot is badly needed.  That fact was fully demonstrated this  week when the rivulets and ponds  from the melting snow made it impossible i''H- pedestrians to reach (lie  station by the present roadway without getting nearly up to the knees in  water-, and almost impossible to get  there dry-shod by any route, for the  greater part of the flat seemed to be  one succession of ponds connected by  rivulets that were in most cases too  wide to jump across.  The Morrin-Thompson Company,  with stores at Phoenix and Peachland  are going to-open' a store at some  point in the' Similkameen. Although  final location has not been announced  it is thought that Otter Flat or Princeton is likely to be (-elected.  A. B. W. Hodges, general manager  of the Gran by Co. has been offered a  position as manager of a mine in Peru  at $50,000 a year in salary, and a three  years' engagement.  Slot machines have been fired out  of Phoenix. The sooner a similar regulation is enforced all over the province the bettei for laboring men,  business men and everybody.  Peter McRae, of Grand Forks went  through on Tuesday bound for Granite  ,Creek where he is putting in .buildings  for the Granite Creek coal piopeitv  which is to open up on a big scale.  The company, is said to have made a  contract with the Great Northern to  supply tfiem  with coal in six months.  Frequently we arc asked when Mr.  Camsell's final report on Camp Hedley  is coining out and we presume that is  what, Mr. Carnsell is as interested in  finding out as anyone else, but as he  does not run the-government printing  bureau he cannot be held responsible  for the delays which may occur there.  It was thought that the damage  done to fruit trees during the severe  winter of a year ago would put a damper on the fruit growing industry, but  these fears do not seem to have beerr  borne out. This spring the number  of trees to be planted at Keremeos  will be greater than that of any previous year and the same experience  seems to be general in other disteicts as  well. Sorrre of the nm series have  already exhausted their supply in  many lines arrd can furnish no more  stock for this spring's planting.  The water at the lake has about  given out and pumping has been discontinued. This week the 'mill has  only been running part of the time.  There.'is a possibility that with the  milder-; weather which has set in the  water may begin to increase somewhat. In the spring of 1905 the wa ter  had increased sufficiently, by the tenth  of March to supply enough for all  forty, stamps, but. that cannot very  well be expected this year. The spring  of 1905 was unusually early, and then  it must be remembered that up to that  time no pumping had been done from  the lake and the early spring found it  reasonablyfull.  A contribution to the hospital  should be regarded much the same as  vaccination. Both are supposed to be  preventives of disease and as each will-  lose its efficacy after a certain time if  not repeated, it might be well for the  hospital Board to consider the length  of time since, the townspeople have  been duly'vaccinated for the Hedley  hospital, and proceed to do it oyer  again. Besides there have been quite  a few who have come in since'the first  general contribution was made and  these would not want to be missed  simply because they happen to come  in a. little later. If all the rest of the  Board had the same hustle as the  doctor the hospital fund would be in a  more heaithy condition.  Up  to Tuesday  March 1st no Vancouver papers of later date than Tuesday  February 22nd  had reached Hedley.       On  Monday's   Mail   (2Stlr) the  Victoria  papers  of the  24th  were received  and also  the Westminster Columbian   of the loth.    If   postmaster-  General  Leinieux  would  pay a little  more attention to  the mail service in  this  province and a  little  less  to the  Lord's   D;iy Alliance  people he would  please the people   of this province better.     Before   there   was  any railway  running into I he Sirnilkamcen and we  were  sei ved   by stage from Penticton  we  used to get const morning  papers  of Thursday  in  Hedley  on  Saturday  evening.     Now,   however,   there are  towns in British Columbia where mail  trains arrive on  Sunday and  people  have  to wait  until   Monday  for mail  I'hi'V should   have had  two or three  davs before.  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE SfEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager - HEDLEY, B.C.  Wire Wound and Continuous  WOOD STAVE   PIPE  For Irrigation, Power, and Water Systems  Write for Catalogue  THE DOMINION WOOD PIPE CO., Limited  New Westminster, B. C.  fFISH for LENT!  We Have It  ���������  Smoked Haddies  ���������������������������Kippered Herring  Boneless Codfish  Salt Herring  Salmon Bellies  Canned Salmon  "    Kipperd Herring  ������������������       .Mackerel  ��������� "    "Oysters ���������:������������������  "    :   Clams  "       Lobster.-?'  ���������  ������������������.  ���������-  ���������  County Court of Yale  OITTIXGSof the County Court of Yale will  *-' bo held as follows, 'via: At Fraternity  Hall, Hedley. on Wednesday, 4th day of May,  11)10. and at the Court House, Princeton. Friday, lith day of May, 1910. at the hour of eleven  o'clock in the forenoon of each day.  By Command  HUGH HUNTER  ' Registrar'County .Court.  Princeton Assessment District  i.  Shatfords  Hedley, B. C.  ���������  NOTICE is hereby given,  the Statutes, that R  | HOTEL SIMILKATIEEN !  ��������� HEDLEY,B.C. #  in accordance with  Revenue Tax, and all  assessed taxes assessed and levied under the  "Assessment Act" and amendments, andunder  the "Public Schools Act", are now due and  payable for the yearl'llO.  All taxes collectable for ;the Princeton  Assessment District, are now due and payable  .at-my office at the -Government Buildings,  Princeton, B. C-  This Notice in terms of law, is equivalent to  a personal demand by me upon all persons  liable for taxes. .        '  Dated at 'Princeton, B. C. this 22nd day of  February 1910.  HUGH HUNTER  Collector. Princeton Assessment District.  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C.  ���������������  THE   LEADING    HOTEL   OF    THE   SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY  This  house is new  and strictly first-class irr  every respect; hcing equipped with .'ill nrod-  ^ em convem-ncos-  X Baths, etc. :  ������   Frank Dollemore  .'U'cti'ii-  light, telephone  Rates Moderate.  Proprietor  When   writing    Advertisers     Please  Mention the Gazette.  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing- more bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Table and  bar   first-class.    Rates   moderate.  %  S  1  X  1  THOS. BRADSHAW, Proprietor  ������  FOR  THE   GAZETTE!  Commercial Print I no  TRY THE  Gazette jod Dept. '��������� *-'���������' ..'*' *'��������� \'*-V y',/' /'^.''.' ������������������������������������''  THE' HEDLEY"' 'cJjSa^T^;.';-'MAai^.r3/'isiW^  '  '0? '-     V:'; ..'���������' >*���������/���������  KEREMEOS^ the Centre of^L  /  Town and Lower Valley.  '   Mrs. Rovely went to Heilley.on Saturday.  *���������.   L.  Cousins is back fionr  Coeur. d'  "Alene.  ,v. On Monday D. J,  Tnnis stnrted to  drive to Merritt.  ������������������'   The omens, point in the direction of  ���������im early spring.  ���������   No Vancouver papers since'Iast Frj-  ���������>'day for Keierrieos. ' \    '- *��������� "��������� - ��������� ^ ;������������������-.���������  ������������������**   There lire over 10:); vol limes in the  ���������'K. K. K. Library. -  Jim -Nooniin went to- Hedley ron Friday for treatment in the Hospital;'     '  The   Rev.   Mr.   Cameron   returned  from the north country on Thursday.  Pete McRae, of Grand Forks was on  Sa-tir r day's ; V.' V*. Si "E: /' ex fir-ess, bo ii n d  .   for Grahit'e.Ci'eek. .'���������'] ;i>-   ' ',   ,  ; ���������-.. '���������: .;��������� ���������'.  Miss Wylie;;-vyas^a:gi.iest:' at the.Cen-j  tral Hotel on Friday.'";' :SJb<| is now-itl;  her- brother's raucli, -Myer-s Flfj.!;. :'  ConstableE\var-t;del.iyerVdi]is.Prince-:  ton prisoner, si'jt the Ivajiildops,fail last-  week and is agitin'on duty here."     ' "*  Rev. Mr. . Camei-on reports everything looking 'very ' 'fa vorable for  the. success .of the church-.bazaar.   ,;.,',  George Kir-by by cayirse/and saddle  rode to Okanagan Falls oh Thursday  and returned on Friday..; He now  steps like, an old man.  -*' ;'   "  Land owners, should '-[not wait for  any scribe to -advertise for them. Let  the world know what you have lind"  pay for the advertisement.  Mr. Robertson received a carload of  Avboafc and oats' from Bridesville and  disposed of part of the grain at reasonable figures to settlers. -.  Last week robins, .blue-jays aird  real estate agents were here struck by  a cold blast of winter and their departure from the valley was hastened.  Sid Brown, who was the conductor  on tiie first V. V. Si E. train that  struck town arrived here on Saturday  and is registered  at the Central hotel.  The thermometer registered three  degrees lower at Penticton on Monday  night than at the summit of Green  Mountain where the altitude i.s 29Q0  feet.  Tho members of the Keremeos Kill-'  ture Klub now wear an attractive  clasp button. It is blue and white  enamel with silver border and three  Ks in gold.  A friend in the far north writes  "The snow crop in the Cariboo is less  than usual at this date, but there is  time to pile it up before the season  opens for piping."  Mac is fully con.vinced that by the  power of the law he can make the  coon climb down from the peddler's  perch or compel- him to take out a licence to retail meat.  With the most des'irable'cliinate'and-  the best' fruitgrowing district in the  Dominion why should,hot the pro-'  prietors of our town-site' have, from  day to day and the year round weather  reports ? These re*por;ts would' do much,  for us. .'���������.,.....���������.-., ; .���������...,   ;.  Mr. and "Mrs. ���������W. J'... Morrknian, -of  Nontorr, Alberta, came in byTweddie's  special from Penticton on. Thursday.,  and went to Hedley on Friday. They  will /" spejlid .a. :*,f ew days with * Mrs;  Morrkman's broth'eV before returning;  to Keremeos.. :   ,, . *  ��������� ������������������<.' .','.-' ;  We lire sorry to learn that Dorothy  ���������Meausette's burns proved to. be more  serious tharr' we ieporfed. She' is'frow'  in the hospital at Hedley. On AVed-  nesday Dr. McEwen performed tiie  operation of skin grafting, Mr. Kinney  with commendable self-sacrifice, supplying tlre'oijtrcler- 'I ;', 'i;'-. -'.. '���������'���������.';:.'���������';' '{ ���������/'" -'  Why is it necessary���������-. for-the Wtdby  stage to.:leave* Pfeiitieton 'ab 'G; a. rn.  The comfor&a'nd 'convenience bfA travelers should- rrrpvejVyii'lbj- to 'arrange  with the Post .Office 'Department ^to  start from Perrtictoh two noirrs'ilatOr,  having dinner at Green Mountain and  arriving here at 3.30 p.nr. The rest  arid dinner 'aVM'i-rOlai-U's^would'-Gij^v  'pleasant change from vtlit* present,ai;r  raiigeni.ent.      ,/'���������'      %/      y- \;     '*   ; ;%*  k WelbyV train .not being available  "Dick" one of bur well known cOnr'rner-  cial travelers, with'a*strong prejudice  against livery, "jrren, im general-,and  against certain". liverv men in 'parti-  ciilar arrairged with an outsider to  take him and his trunks, about 1500  lbs;, from Keiemeos to Penticton. On  .account of the increasing depth oil  snow from the junction house the'load*  proved to be too much for the team  and more tlian enough for the temper  and comfort- of Dick and the driver.  At Kennedy's ranch there was a crisis  for the horses insisted on stopping to  admire the marked .improvements  made in a few mouth's by-the'new  settlers. By a compromise, Dick and  Jehu walking and a liberal application of the long-tailed oats thesummit  was gained. At the mountain'house  a good Samaritan, with fresh horses  -took the weary Dick and his outfit to  Penticton. It is hot likely that'this  knight of the grip will let prejudice  stand in his way a ���������������������������econd time.  GEO.: KIRBY     ���������  Notary Public.  flE'VC'ESl-XTE.  MINES  Agen.t for: -, -   ��������������������������� ��������� ���������   ' '     '  London & I/aneashlro Fire Tns. Co.-.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  ,.,..������������������;  K'EBESIEOS, B. C. -.,;   _ J. A. BROWN    %  ���������->������������������-.,G :;. >   .._-..    ;-.Notary Public'/  CONVEYAXC1NG, CUSTOMS BKOKERAGE,  "���������-': .':*;:��������� "-*:' * FIKE ��������� INSUKANC-E- - -     . , ''��������� ���������'���������  ,/aGENCX,HEDLEY GAZETTE -  ofeM: y,;; -^,;. - keremeos, ^;c:  GROCERIES and HARDWARE  Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  P.BROMDEY,   k,  ���������G,EN.E:RAL BLACKSMITH  H orse-Shoeing a Specialty  KEREMEOS,    .''".   - '-  B. C.  1SIMILKAMEEN  ;J Lib. L. No. 1770  .} tMects Tuesday on  or before  ���������the :fnil inoQtu iu  each ,montli  inACerciueos Town Hall.  yisitiiig: members fcorciially invited.  '������������������'.: ''������������������ ������������������;! :;-;: ���������.;;,'' v.o. u-if.sox.AV.m.  ���������   ��������� ���������'   ; '' '-, " *:--J. ICNUDSOX, K. s.  Hotel Keremeos  ���������-;��������� v.- ;V,"-'  Opppsjte G.'.'N-.- Ii.- Station  - OUR SPECIAmTES  Ridgeways Teas and Coffees  Five  Roses Flour  AGENTS FOR,  Campbell's Clothing  " ' " Hudson Bay Blankets  KEREMEOS,  B. C.  G*E<X KIR-BY,  Manager.  f  I  x  X  X  I t ���������  When in Keremeos stop at the  Central Hotel  TWEDDLE & ELMHIRST,,Proprietors.  ; ^:^PLUMBING  WARM  AIR  HEATING  AND  GENERAL  THE  FEBRUARY   ROD AND GUN  thing  Is the Fruit Growers Exchange a  of the past or does it just lie  dormant during the winter months?  Fruit-growing cannot he made a success without long hours of study.  Carl Hairsine, agent for W. H.  Malkin Si Co., wholesale grocers, Vancouver, was a passenger for Hedley on  the west hound train on Monday. He  will meet many old friends and we  wish him a host of customers.  Whisper it not  publish it not in  thermometer here  grees   below  zero  in Penticton and  Suminerland, the  registered two de-  and on the same  night it was eight degrees lower at  the. towns on Okanagan Lake.  district manager-  Charles J. Wilson,  for Pat Burns, and his brother, Blake,  went west by V. V. Si E. to Princeton  on Thursday and returned to Keremeos on Friday. They went North  yesterdaj*. Something is going to  move.  C. A. McDonald with Jas. Williamson, Calgary, and S. Anderson and C.  Sipe, Chipman, Alberta, were viewing  this district. The visitors were favourably impressed with the fruit-growing  possibilities of Keremeos and have  their plans made to return at an early  date.  On Thursday afternoon Mr. Shaw's  well trained horse had a circus performance on his own account. Leaving  Sauve at Knudson's house he made  his way in quick time u** main street  and after many turns deposited the  delivery waggon, minus a few pieces,  and part of the harness a short distance west of the big store. Wagon  and harness are now up for repairs.  The best side of the Canadian winter, the side that appeals to every in-,  habitant of our Dominion arrd countless numbers of our visitors, the snow,  shoeing trips of the North, receives  prominence in the February issue of  Rod and Gun in Canada, published by  W. J. Taylor, Woodstock, Ont. A  Canadian Snow-shoe Song and A  Winter Hunt emphasise the glories of  a season in which all Canadians rejoice. There is plenty of variety in  the number: in addition to these articles including big game stories, duck  and goose shooting, camping, protective work, fishing etc., and no sportsman, whatever may be his particular  inclination can feel himself neglected.  An endeavor i.s made to cover the  whole Dominion in the best possible  way and that a large measure of success is achieved is shown by this issue,  of the magazine. In addition to winter outings, spring summer and fall  expeditions are now planned and the  experiences of others, given in the  most pleasant manner in these pages,  is not merely interesting but most  helpful and of considerable advantage  to all who seek to know more of the  wonderful sporting advantages of our  broad Dominion.  TINSMITHING  Orders, by -MaiL will-receive  Prompt Attention.'  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos St������at������ion.  I'  i  ���������X  K  x  *������  x  K  K  K  x  x  X  ������:  t  I  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains  B. C. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  Keremeos Hardware  -s-s-s-f-f^  Stoves and Ranges  For a Luxurious Shave,  Hair=Cut or Bath go to  BOOSTER'S  TONSORIAL    PARLOR  Box Trade in Cigars a specialty  A fine line of Cigars   and  Tobaccos, Fruit and  Confectionery  POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION  A. J.  SAUNDERS  Keremeos.  Shelf & Heavy Hardware  TOMMY SLNG  Contracts for Work.  Land scrubbed or any kind of work by  . Contract at reasonable rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China.  Paints and Oils  *9*������S������:������-������  E. M. GROOKER  Keremeos, B. C.  WM. DALRYMPL  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  ESTRAY  CAMK on tlic in-crnisc- of the undersigned in  January an iron grey (illy with one white  hind foot and branded on the left stirle  thus; o  V  Owner is requested to prove property pay  expensed and remove it.  8-1 M. MeAL'-LTCY'  Your Patronage Solicited.   Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Curnming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  NOTICE  Keremeos Trading Go.  Retail   and   Wholesale  of General Merchandise  flLWHYS PLEnSED TO SHOW GOODS  G.  G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  SING LEE  LAUNDRY  Work called for and delivered.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kehemisos, B.C.  WING SING & CO.  LAUNDRY  General Merchants & Employment Contractors.  Keremeos, B.C.  ���������^���������p ^^^^t ^^^Ti^Ti ^^^^"t^^^^^^ W^fil^9^iW^,W^W\,W^i^^^^,^^^^9^  SIMILKAMKKX LAND DISTRICT  DlSTlUl.T OV  YALK  LAND ACT.  rpAK*10 NOTICE that Kenneth Carlton Hoyd  L Ki-ith, of Greenwood, li. C, occupation  Postmaster, intends to ripply for permission to  purchase the following described lands ; Commencing at a post planted on the west boundary of Indian Reserve Lot No. ."', thence 20  chains along Indian Reserve Lot No. -I, thence  south -If) chains, thence east '20 chains, thence  north along the Indian Reserve 10 chains to  point of starting.  Kennktii Cahlton Boyd Fumr.  Wir.LiAM Alexander Hawing, Agent.  Dated December 9th, 1909.  -pAKK XOTICK that Louise Brown, of Kere-  -*��������� moos, Jt. C, occupation, married woman  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about 20  chains west of the north west corner of Lot 17S  in the Similkameen Division of Yale District:  thence north 20 chains; thence east 20 ehains:  thence south 20 chains; thence west 20 chains  to point of commencement,  10 acres,  more or  LOU1SK BKOVYN,  By her agent, .1. A. Brown  Dated Dec. 27th, 1!I0!I 51-10  Kcrcmcos-Pcnticton Mail Sta^e.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 a. in., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. Wki.hy, Proprietor.  NOTICE  N(  OTICE is hereby given that thirty days  after date, 1 Sidney Walter Brown, of  Osoyoos, B. C. intend to apply to the superintendent of provincial police, F. S. llussey, of  Victoria, for a retail liquor licence for the  Osoyoos Hotel, situated at Osoyoos B. C.  SIDNEY "VVALTKK BROWN  Osoyoos, January 18th, 1910.  KEREHE05  MEAT   MARKET  n. C. McAULEY  Successor to  E. M. CROOKER  Formerly Geo. Cawston  ^^^<"rt������rtW������^^^^"rt^^'to^0*1������'J<',rt^������^W������a<i  ALKAZAR HOTEL  Keremeos, B. C.  BENNETT & FORD,  Proprietors  G. C.  Bennett,   Manager.  Keremeos_pirectorii,  Board of Trade���������George Kirby, President; R. H. Carmicliaei, Secretary.  Similkameen Farmers' Exchang-e���������J. J.  Armstrong, President; VV.M. Frith, Seey.  Public  School   Board ��������� George 'Kirby,-  Ezra Mills, R. Elmliirst, Secretary.  Customs' Office���������W. M. Frith, Sub-Collector.  Land Registry Office���������Kamloops,\V."H.  Edmonds, District Registrar. ���������;  Presbyterian Church���������Rev. A. H. Cameron, Pastor.  Methodist Church���������Rev. G. R. B.  Kinney, B.A., Pastor.  Church of England���������Rev.  A.  H.   Ran-  some, M. A., Incumbent.  Constable and Deputy Game Warden���������  M. B. Ewart.  , Issuer of Marriage Licenses-J.A. Brown.  Coroner���������Dr. M. D. McEwen.  Justices of the Peace���������T. W, Coleman,  Frank Richter.  Postmaster and Telephone Agent���������Geo.  Kirby.  Government Agent���������J. R. Brown, I'"air-  view.  Member of Parliament���������Martin Burrell,  Grand Forks, P. O.  Member Provincial Assembly���������L. W,  Shatford, Penticton P. O.  Town Hall���������J. J. Armstrong, Mgr.  Keremeos Hall���������Geo. Loudon, Mgr,  Greal Northern R'y���������Daily train, west  bound 10:30 a. m., eastbound 4.20 p. in.  L. A. King, Agent.  Mails���������Going west: closes at 10 a.m.,  going east closes at 3.45 p.m.; via Penticton stage, al 11.30 Mondays, Wednesdays  and Fridays.  (For mercantile and other business institutions see advertisements on this page.)  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  Dtsi'KicT ok Yale.  '-PAKE NOTICE that, I. Joseph Aloxandei-  x        Brown, of ICoremeos, Publisher, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.-���������  Commencing at a post planted about a  f|uiu-tcr of u mile we-it of the south west corner  of Lot 17H in the Similkameen Division of Yale  District; thence north 20 chains; thence east 20  Chilian; thence south 20 chains; thence west 20  chains to point of commencement, 10 acres,  more or less.  JOSEPH ALEXANDER BROWN  Dated Dee. 27th, 1900. 51-10  4  i^  J  ,*,'l  <���������-.������  mm

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