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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B. C, THUBSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910.  Number :25.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years'practice in Vaiicouvei'.]  . :'-.-.    S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  ;Geo. H. Broughton  H.C. & D.L.S., Graduate S.P.S.  ! Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor  HOTEL PENTICTON  Itcadcinartcrs for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  >"  A. Baknes, Prop.  Pexticiov, B.C.  NOTARY   PUBLIC .'-���������  Conveyanccr,r;Real,::K8tato,--'. Mines,  'Crown ' Grants   Applied   For  Under Land  Act and  Minora! Act.  Agent* for:  Mutuftl'LifO of Canada. "������������������'���������'  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co. .-���������: >��������� ���������--������������������'    ���������'  London & tancashiriJ Fife Ins. Co.  Ocean A'ccidont and Guarantee Co.  .>;*��������������������������� .      .  Office at  HEDLEY,  B. C.  omm Mi&ti  First Class AccomrtioKlitlon.   Bir Stockedwith  Beat Brand* of Idij'ior and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  HiifEFBAteErsiP  Two Doors North of Bank of B..N. A.  HAIR  CUTTING^A  SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  ZttW. REGULAR- monthly meetings of  **'#l Hedley Lodge No. 4,'t, A. F. & A. M.,  aro held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  W. J. FORBES  W. M  H. D. BARNES,  Secretary  E. A. C. STt'DD  llAKOl.D MAV.VK D.U.V  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock Kxchange  Real Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W.  Opposite Xcw Post Oflice  P. O. BOX ilO'i  Vancouver, - = B. C.  R. H. ROGEES,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  'Notary Public, Etc.  Murk Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  SCHURMAN ON GOLDWIN SMITH  Cherish Goldwin Smith's  Uplifting Visions Says President of Cornell���������  Glowing Tribute  More expert thinking  has gone into themaking  of the Monarch than any  typewriter sold. That is  why it demands little, or  no thought from the owner or the user. That;' is  why it is the typewriter  your best stenographer  deserves and ybur.poorest  stenographer needs. ���������.'  The Monarch Typewriter  Company,, Ltd.,  . 89 King Street West, Toronto.  A. MEGRAW, local Agent   !  VANCOUVER  EXHIBITION  in to m.m  ITHACA. June 23���������The Into Goldwin  Smith, his work unci his influence, were  taken by President .Schui-man  to-day  for the text of his annual   addres-s to  the graduating oliisi.'- of Cornell univer-  i ��������� It,'  sity.     "The   foundation   of  Goldwin  Smith's political pliihtsophy," said Dr-.  Schurinan ".whs the maxim he caused  to he carved on   the stone seat which  he placed on the campus  of Cornell  university 'above all nations is humanity.'   An Englishman by birth ire was  proud of the history, ideals, and tradition and loyal to the genuine interests  of England,  but he sternly refused to  identify ��������� those;'interests   and   ideals  with territorial acquisitions, with selfish aggrandizement, !with the subjugation and domination of weaker people  iu Asia,.'ind Africa,   with unprovoked  assaults against the nations of Europe  or America, or.with recKless and bellicose diplomacy' which makes it difficult to settle international disputes by  methods of peace,  or'by friendly arbitration.  It wa.sjt.thp moral greatness of  England that he persistently championed and that moral greatness, was,  he felt, in essential lulrniony  with the  welfare of,all mankind. '  CONTRACTS TO BE  AWARDED SHORTLY  Kettle Valtey Railway Construction will  be Started at Both Ends of Line.  NEWS-ADVFRTISER'S  o   NEW MANAGER.  i/<**r-.<ii^V������^ ���������---r^'*^ *^r������*"7 *"!-^,V{:l-* S ^V';  VANCOUVER,*-C  :66o W PRIZES AliJD  l^^c^Ij^ow Kates from all  point&oji liaihvays and Boats.  Exlubife^seints as   freight on  Canadian4lines will be  returned feee.  -:'v^u]^|ji.>^d^i^jque attrac-  ingy^  phig^Qop^e^i:r[j^t^^: and  Pacing Events and Hunt Club  Uaces.  ; Entries  close  August; 1 st.  Write for information' to  JAS..".lib Y,'-,,,.  ,; Manager and Secretary,, .  Vancouver Exhibition Association  K. C. BROWN  RARRJSTKR A.vri SOLICITOR  VOTARY PUBLIC, Etc.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  Vernon, B. C.  An occasional ore strike has r'^ent-  ly boon mode  in the yicinity of Camp  McKinney.     A short   time   ago -W.  Younkin  when  digging a well oil his  pre-emption   ran   on  a.  nice   vein   of  quart'/, and galena   ore  carrying fair  values and a. similar experience happened Ed. Hollinger and Jim Coplimd  on the  Lulu claim.     A fine section of  country lies between McKinney and  the Forks  of Rock Creek which a few  years  ago   was  covered with m in oral  claims but  since the old camp was deserted and capital could not be coaxed  to look at likely  prospects on tin* outskirts   .some  of   the.   old   guard   who  would  not desert  them  have turned  the ground  covered  by   the   mineral  claims   into   [ire eruptions.      By   the  irony of fate the fickle goddess of Fortune  which  was  ever read}'   to flout-  them when   they sought her offerings  by means of  tiie  prospecting pick i.s  now  ready to guide  their blind footsteps on to ore ledges  when like other  backwoods ranchers  they go Im dig a  well.  WOULD CirMESHMV  "This same spirit of world citizenship enabled him. to fcnke a dispassionate view of public affairs in the United  States and Canada! where' he spent the  last half of his life. In full sympathy  with the democracy of the new world,  no man saw more keenly or exposed  more.cloarly the narrow and.local selfishness which "lies in its bosom or the  blunders,and follies into which it may*  be betrayed by ignorance and passion.  Yet democracy was his creed,, and he  made, it his .business as a  writer,  to  .        .- .(       '..������������������. .  hold democracy up to its ideal to lift  it above the level of lower forces from  whose influence it can never escape.  UNION OF ENGliSH SPHAKING- NATIONS.  "While his heart heat for all man-  kind Jit*? cherished a special  vision of  the-nnion of English speaking nations*  particularly the union of Canada and  the United States, "and'to the furtherance of this he...devoted much  of his  best thought and energy. The particular form of union he projected between  Canada and the United States may  nevei::be realized.    The opening of the  Canadian  northwest in the 20th century is-a most.potent factor in.;the development, of Canadian : nationality  and;it.-enme too late for him to appraise  its force.   But that tho two. English:  speaking nations on this-continent are  destined to be thrown mote closely together in, the future will   already appear, pretty certain   to anyone ' who  considers the implications of that British-American policy which  we   call  the Monroe doctrine and the significance of the emergence   of  powerful  Asiatic nations   confronting   Canada  and the United States on the other-  side of the Pacific with all  the problems .arising out of intercourse  and  agitation,  of trade arrd commerce, of  political and religious actiojr and reaction and of national and international  prestige recognition.     Whatever   its  national destiny may be,  Canada has  at all events  the same  international  future as the United State-1*.    For the  future of both is determined  by their  location  on the American continent,  the disconnection with the politics of  Europe and the consequent   political  and military alignments of European  nations,  and  their position  with the  Pacific uniting rather thru .separating  the.m  to the hundreds of millions of  Asiatics who are now  developing into  great and powerful   nation.-ilities just  over the western horizon of California  British Columbia and Alaska.      Those  mighty forces operating lipr-ii thc.two  kindred American  nations c.iii scarcely fail to mould them to a common international  destiny.      And,   thus,   in  substance,   if   not  in  form.   Goldwin  Smith's  dream  of continent;! 1    unity  may be fulfilled.  Within a week or ten days contracts  will be awarded for the construction  of sections of the Kettle Valley Railway and work will be commenced on  both ends of the line, at Midway and  at Merritt, the hitter point being a  station on the Spences Bridge-Nicola  branch of the C. P. R. By July 10th,  the date on which construction must  be started on the railway according  to the agreement between the railway  company and the Provincial Government, the dirt will commence to fly.  It is the intention of the Kettle''  Valley Railway Company to utilize the  old grade of ��������� the Midway & Vernon  Railway from Midway as far west as  Rock Creek, .a distance of about ten  miles. Beyond Rock Creek there  will he some deviation from the loute  which was to have been followed Iry  the Midway and Vernon line, and surveyors are now at work locating the  new line in that district.  The hoard of valuators appointed to  fix the price to be paid by the Kettle  Valley Railway for the old grade of  the Midwaj^'it Vernon line completed  its inspection'" of the grade last week.  This, hqaid was composed of Messrs.  R. F. Green. of Victoria and L. ��������� M.  Rice, of .Vancouver ;incl Seattle, appointed "jVsjpectively by the. government and the Kettle-',Valley Railway  CompariyV'md-Jils lioiior Judge Forin,  of Nelson, 'who was chosen as the  third member. At present the board  is awaiting'the result of advertisements which have been inserted in  the press^lfihgfoi' all .claims against  the Midway -&\ Vernoii ' Oojnpany * in-  connection with' the Oldigi-ade. These?  claims will' all be. received, early-in.  July and ���������it.is expected the board.wi!lr  by the middle of the liionth a nnounce  its findings.  ���������-'.'��������� I..'";. :������������������     ;r-.-' -- -��������� ���������   . ,. -.-;.;:;.,  Vernon, B.C, June 23.���������-Ptinticton  is to become the.principal, division  point of,the Kettle, Valley. Railroad,  .according to an announcement made  here by Mr. James J. Warren, the  president of the coinpany. Mr. Warren met the town Counciloii T.uesday  night and-stated that he was ready to  put in- a gang of men on construction  woi'k iiv this- city as soon as he could  make arr'ahgeiiient for Lake Shore  froivtage'ahd right-of-way.  .;: Mr. AVarren's proposal is thought  here to,be a very liberal one. He asks  for-:a-, deed to about 1100 feet of lake  shore for the depot. He will purchase  the"-.right of way through town and  also the necessary ground for a roundhouse and yard. A wharf will be  built 900 feet in length. at a cost of;  $50,000. Mr. Warren stated that the-  Penticton pay-roll would probably-  amount to $60,000.  John  Nelson of Victoria Times  Now in  Charge as Manager  The Gazette extends congratulations  all round for the changes made on the  News-Advertiser in Vancouver which  this week comes  under the business  management of John  Nelson who has  for years had  the business  management of the  Victoria Times.    Under  his   management;   hampered    as -it  doubtless was,  the Times made wondrous strides in advance and  had it  been as strong in its editorial department as it  was in  its news gathering  and other departments it would have  been a  power in journalism  in  this  province.   The Gazette also congratulates Mi. Nelson on the wider sphere  of usefulness   jmd   opportunity   now  open to him on  the News-Ad vet tiser  and if he is given an absolutely free  hand, as doubtless he is,  things  will  begin to hum from now on within the  purlieus of the old News-Advertiser.  Edrtorially the News-Advertiser was  always strong if it  was a bit slow in  the matter of news   gathering,   anil  with a new editor in Mr. Scott who  had already won his spins in journalism iu  the maritime provinces, at the  editorial helm, the tradition for editorial   solidity   will   be   maintained,  and the new manager- will have the  benefit of seeing this department add  strength to the whole concern instead  of being a weakness.  It is'now with special satisfaction  that-the Gazette extends congratulations on this occasion when ,we ie-  member that the News Advertiser's  new managerwas given his firststunts  in editorial and managerial experience  by tire-editor of this, paper back in old  Ontario, and-that when .we came to  this province nearly twenty, years jigo  he was left in the editorial chair, the  boy editor of the old Advocate.  MARKETING OF B. C. FRUIT  Quality of Exports'-to Prairie Provinces  is Praised but.Methods are  Criticized.  KILLED IN RUNAWAY  Princeton Miner Dragged Over Rough  Trail by Frightened Horse.  Princeton. June 21.���������A sad accident  resulting in the death of Mr. J. \V.  Stewart, occurred while he was returning from town to the United Empire camp, where he was employed as  a miner. It appears that the two-  wheeled cart irr which he was riding  partially upset, throwing the unfortunate man out, his feeteatchingfirmly in the box. The horse becarnefright-.  ened and dragged the helpless form  over rough ground, his head arid  shoulders striking any obstacles  which the animal in his mad fright  did not attempt to obviate.  The accident occurred at the crossing of the One-Mile Creek and was  first observed by Mrs. Jackson, then  by her- husband, both of whom strove  valiantly to prevent the accident. He  owned a. ranch near Five-mile, and  leaves a. wife and four children in the  east. He was a native of Nova Scotia,  and had been in these parts about five  vears.  As regards the marketing of fruit  received in the North-West provinces  from Bri tish Col urn bra, Mr. J. C. Metcalfe, the commissioner has made a report to the department, of agriculture  at Victoria as to the condition in which  the fruit arrived at various -points.  Generally the fruit-: was praised as of  good quality, but exception was frequently taken, to the methods of packing and grading. "A point".he says  '���������which growers arrd shippers ought to  bear irr mind is the fact that although  all fruit might be marketed; in the  provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, it will be advisable to market a  percentage of the output in the province of Manitoba, for the purpose of  not only selling fruit, but for the advertising of it and also the possibilities  of fruit growing in this province, removing the impression that exists in  the minds of some that we are not  growing or producing any appreciable  quanity of fruit as yet.  "It is to be hoped growers and shippers will use every endeauor to put up  a good product this season for these  markets, because prices will be ruled  to a great extent by Oregon and  Washington competitive prices and  we must be prepared to meet them.  Prices f.o.b. there, plus the duty and  any advantage we may have in freight  rates will be the ruling prices for the  same variety andgrade of fruit in B.C."  JOE MARTIN TURNS TURK  The Stormy Petrel Bears Out His Reputation.  I  l,I*UJ'"TJN(i  VISIONS  "It may also come, and it is already  rapidly approaching, the moral union  of all the English speaking nations  and their alliance in fact if not in form  for the purpose of maintaining the  of the Avorld and the settlement of in-  I tei'iiational disputes by the arbitration of The Hague tribunal which is  at this moment settling for Great Britain and the United States, their' century old dispute over their respective  rights in the North Atlantic fisheries.  Let us at any rate cherish such uplifting visions and dreams."  London. June ML���������Mr. Joseph Martin comes out definitely against the  party under whose influence he won  his seat in St. Pancras.  He says in a letter in the press that  he has lost all confidence in the government, and he adds that it i.s the  duty of every Radical to speak out  before the political peace now being  patched up by Messrs. Balfour and  Asquith is completed and the Liberal  party completely destroyed.  ADVERTISE    IN   THE    GAZETTE. THE   HEDLEY GAZETTE,  JUNE 30, 1910.  *-*"  --Vs-      &���������!''. /;--,ii-s -���������-;-v.   <t-.-:-.��������� V,-,' ,"���������-.*������������������ if iT ���������������������������  and-Delta at-present.    Nor is it  wise for the railway authorities  _.   .���������     ���������    ��������� ���������  A .     .- j to ignore  the complaints of the  Similkameen Advertiser. '     -   " ,     -      l  ^s.io.1 on Thursdays, by the hkiu.kv Gazkttk';} people of the * rasei' valley, for :  once a  bad  feel my  is   enyerid-  l-ill.VTINi; AND I'tniUSIUXli 1'OMI'ANV.  Li.mitkii.   ;il   Iforilov.  H. (".  ered. it   is    hard    to  eradicate.  Subscriptions in Advance  l-Li- Your : S-.MKi .     #  i.i'nited stales)......���������; ���������i..**) erosts it is. to he hoped  a   little  Advertising Rates ; wisdom will pervade all  parties;  "Munsiii-eiuent. )���������* linos to tho inch. illl'l    tl     IlllltUill     recognition    of ,  Land Notices���������(.'ci'titk'titi'S or iiupi-ovuiiiuiit. etc. ;'   i.������������.      -i.- i i      i       ..i .  $7.iK)foi-'(������-dn.v imthiiw. mill ss.oo fm-wi-diiy j climi: ul ties and needs   be the re- j  Au"So,.,e,,ts will he ohanifo.i .moo ovovy ! *ulfc ot" the present conferences.'';  mouth if advertiser (losii-os, without any extra ju(l  '���������.,',. .;-w f-]lf.    Ow������i-ilh������    l-i v-nvfi* '  chawe. Koiohaiiiiesoftciioitlmiiom-uaiiionth i*^0 J'11   ������,s rnc    ulo-n--    ���������'*.>   ow*'   ,  ho p.-iee of composition will bo ch.u%-ed at j ;s concerned it is most a imoyiiisj !  ������ w������^ lilill     lllivni .  Changes for contract advertisements should i to reach    Oro villi!   e'll'lv   ill    the i  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  #        - -fr * ' #      -    ' X  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  1910  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  74 Years in Businesi  h������ in the ollice by noon on Tuesday to secure j  attention for that week's issue.  A. MEGRAW, ManaKinK Keillor,  Full Moon  ���������22  fgj  w  New  Moon  7  I^v-7  Last quar.  gg-vy  First  , quar.  19K  JUNE  1910  Sun.  Mon.  Tues. Wed  . Thu. Fr  . Sat.  -'   >"  1  2  3  4,.-'  5  ������  7  8  U  10  11  12  13  1+  15  10  17  18  10  20  21  22  23  21  ���������25  26"  27'-!  28  29  30  ;;  evening and have to wait there |  ull night- before  being* allowed '   to complete the small   part  of   "ffyr  the journey remaining'.  Everything New and.'First-Class.  Bar supplied with, the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  ,\VNOKl  NOTICE  Certificate ������of Improvements.  !  I  VuSoria  Crass  A Joint Account  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  may be opened .by-two  members of a family.  '.'���������" Either may deposit or withdraw money on his or  or her own signature alone, so that either may do the  banding, as is most convenient.  $1.00 opens a Savings Account. Interest compounded at highest current rates. Money may be withdrawn  at'any time.  Hedley Branch,     H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  >���������  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  HUM Ml NTS MRU KKACTIOXAL. LOOKOUT  SXOWKLAKK, OOU'AIAN'. MOUNTAIN" I  VIKW,    "-'OKTY-XlXK   mid     MOTHKK  ���������   LOiiK.   -Mineral -Claims,    situate   in   the j  Osoyoos- Milling- Division of Yale Jlistriot.  Where located: Camp Hedley.  'IWICK XOTICK tJ'iat I.  Ainsley Mejrriiw.' K. |  1     M..C.  UlUilKJ. iitruiit for L. Ii. Patten K. M. I  C. Xo. 'Kili'il dated May-Mitli. l!KH)and Ki-u-lui'ic-k  Stone KM. C.   No. J'.  WW.: dated  May 31st.-  I!K*!������.  intend, sixty days from date  hereof, to j  applo to the  Mining Keeordcr for a l.'ertilU-ate ���������  of Improvements,  for. the puriiose of -obtaining '  u Crou-n (ir.-iut of the above claim.      ' ,.'. . j  And  further take notice that action, under fl  iirpP||      FRftrf   &    ^sIIk!    ^f Ahlft^  section :i7.  inust be comineneed before the is- I blVCI IJ,    rOOU   AC   OdlO   OlflUIOd  suniK.-e of such Cortilicateof linprovenients. '    ! J "  Datedthis second day of May A. I). 19io. M "~~ HKDI*EY  -*��������� C' ~~7~. .-        :    '  17-10       '���������:..' a lX.Sr.KV MKORAW 1 ������* A good stock of Horses and Bigs on  af-ent for L.H. fatten and Frederick Stone '"   ' "* '    "  PflLfl6&  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKX I.AXH iriSTHlin"  I'liSTiticr-oK'YAr.k  TAKK XOTICK.  that I.  Kenneth   Cailcton I  Phono U  -*-  Hoyd Krith.  of Greenwood.  H.C.. oceupa- '  tion,   Postmaster,  intend to apply for permis- !_���������:���������'���������;���������  sion to purchase the following described land:  : Coiuuieuciiii; nt.ft post planted at: the south  eastcorncrof Indian llescne, l.ot.Xo. (..thence  west nloiit: Indian reserve Xo. 4, 'JO i-liiiins:  thence south 40 chains; thence east -JO chain*,  then north hIoiik trie Indian reserve, lot Xo. .T  to point of coniiuenccnient coiitaiiiiuR-80 acres  more or less, "       t  Kknketii CAiti.KTo.vKorn Kkitii  Dated 21st of May. i!������10  NOTICE  "V*OT.lCK is hureby triven that, thirty days 1  x>' after date I, Oeoi-jfe Wellwood, of (Jreeh j  wood, H. C. intends to apply to the .superin-j  teudent of provincial police,-l-'.S. Husse/, of j  Victoria, for a retail liquor licence for the i  Rossluiid Hotel,   located at Westbridt'c. j  GKOK'l'K WKLLWOO'D' -i  ^Vestbridge. May HHvil, l!!0!l  11-4  FURNISHED   HOUSE;- FOR   SALE  Eastern   papers,  and   in fact  the   press   in   Canada,   United  States and Great .Britain, generally,   bore  eloquent tribute, to  the worth of the late Goldwin  Smith.    The publication of the  fait,   however, that in his will  tlle greater part of his immense  fortune' has been let"t ito Cornell  University  is not to the liking  of some of the eastern Canadian papers which lire  of opinion  that we have educational institutions in Canada with as high  ideals and in greater need of  cash that could have absorbed  some to it, and a little proniis  cuoiis distribution over a number of them would have been  more consistent with the Views  he taught.-in-life, than in allowing one big alien concern to get  it all.    Nevertheless the money  TH K vsitKRaiasKi) win sell his residence  ���������        ���������'     -*-       on Daly Avenue. Medley  was his own to do with it as he  -might see tit and there was after all a certain measure of  consistency in the act. Goldwin  Smith's avowed ideal in life  was to heal the schism in the  Anglo-Saxon race existing since'  the revolution of 1776' and to  that end he claimed to strive,  holding himself unhampered by  any national lines within the  pale of-the-English speaking peo  pies. Entertaining that view,  110 institution among the Aug-.  lo-rSaxonraces could be considered alien to him, but that is a  height of altruism to Which few  of us would care to soar or  would be justified in doing if  we were so disposed.  Hand. ��������� IT Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Gompanu.  SALE!  FOB  *  W O OD  INN IS  BROS. Proprietors.  GEO. CAWSTON  The Butchers, Hedley  *������'''*������i*������*x**^������*>**������^  f American  Groods  AT J. A. SCHUBERTS  A Large  Shipment just received from  the States  including:���������  Ladies' White Waists in a large variety of styles  Ladies' Neckwear, Lace Collars and Jabots, Stiff Dutch  Collars, Bow Ties. !  Children's Wash suits in Blue and Tan.  Children's fine Tan Lisle Hose.  Boys' Bullskin Hose, wear guaranteed.  Ladies'iMercerised Parasols in colors.  Cotton Yarn for darning hose  New Turban Hair Foundations and Pins.  Heatherbloom skiits in black and colors.  Come and Inspect Our Stock.  J. A. SCHUBERT, hedlev  I  I  x .���������'.,'*���������  by If. McDiarniid.  now occupied  -Apply to  J.G. COR It 10 AX "ii  We do not belong to the  Beef Trust nor are we  wholly opposed to Vegetarianism, consequently,  we keep on hand  ChoiceMeats  of ail Icinds and the necessary Vegetables to go  with them.  ;ratti-M-itit-MftMtiriti^^ MWfrN**  Apparently  the Simikameen  'Valley is not alone in its lack of  success in   procuring   from  the  Great  Northern   all   the  train  service they need   and particu-;  laj'Iy the doing away  with that!  wretched lay-over at Oroville,'  for that railway  has  not  been i  very fortunate in the matter of |  satisfying  the   public    in  this!  'province.     Down on the Fraser j  there has been   a  great deal  of!*'  complaint.    The   Columbian   in j -  referring to it says :  "'There would not be such an j ^  outcry against inadequate train I-^  service on the Great Northern's [ ���������  local lines if the people really JT  felt that the policy  of  the rail- |a  Just Published  Webster's NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionaryj  (G. & C. Merriam Co., Springfield, lr!jaM.)  surpasses the old International as much as that  book exceeded its predecessor. On the old  foundation a new superstructure has been built.  The reconstruction has been carried on through,  many years by a large force of trained workers,  under the supervision of Dr. W. T. Harris;  former United States Commissioner of Education, and reenf orccd by many eminent specialists. .The definitions have been rearranged and  amplified. The number of terms defined has  been more than doubled. The etymology,  ���������ynonyms, pronunciation, have received unsparing scholarly labor. The language of  English literature for over seven centuries, the  terminology of the arts and sciences, and the  every-day speech of street, shop, and household, are presented with fullness and clearness.  In size of vocabulary, in richness of general  information, and in convenience of consultation, the book sets a new mark in lexicography,  400,000 words and phrases.  6000 illustrations.  2700 pages.  GIVE \JS YOUR. ORDERS  Phone No. 4.  GEO; CAWSTON  ALWAYS GOOD AND FRESH  THE MEAT YOU GET FROM  EDMONDS, THE BUTCHER  t Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, and ������  Poultry.  Also Vegetables and Other Accessories  I  x  *  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  WESTMORLAND'Mineral Clnini situate  in  the Osoyoos mining division of Yale District.     AVhure located :Susap Creek, Siniil-  kanieen.  TAKK NOTICE that I. K. H. Parkinson Free  x       Miner's Certificate.No.   JlliKSS.   intend,  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to.-tho  Mining Kecoi-der for a Ccrtilicate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a. Crown  Grant of the above claim.  !   And further take notice that action,  under  section S7. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  1 liitort this 29th day of March. A. ]>. ID10.  K. II. PAUKIXSOX  I), llraithwaite. Agent.  NOTICE  SIMIIJCAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  DtSTltlCT Ol--  i'ALK.  A   Writ* to ike publisher* for Specimen P(gei.  '|\\ICE notice that John P. MeCuddy of Kair-  -'- view, occupation, Karmer, intends to  apply for permission to lease the following described land :���������  Commencing at a post planted at the south  east, corner of Lot (Ki'l, ('roup I. Osoyoos, theneu  south 4(1 chains; thence west SKI chains; thence  north Jl) chains, thence east 80 chains to the  point of commencement, and containing ''-ill  acres, more or less,  JOHN P. MeCUDDY  March Kith. I'lld        . V2-10  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GAZETTE!  way company was to meet the  needs of tiie people as far as  was possible. The exercise of a  politic attitude on the part of  t3>e Great Northern railway officials will do much to allay the  feeling of injustice which is uppermost in the minds of the re-  sklonts along* the line in .Surrey  ���������  1A/E HAVE MONEY  to invest in any sound proposition.  Timber, Coal or  /%griotaltural Lands  Miike a clu-ir sketch unci write fully in your first- letter if you  wunt a definite answer.  Western Canada Investment  Co.  Suite 45 Flack. St ^  Vancouver, IB. C.  ADVERTISE IN THE GAZETTE!  The Victor and Berliner Gramophones  Stand Alone  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. JflP  NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORDS-90c. for the two,  Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record  Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited  Montreal. ^^^^BiMMi  A0ents Wanted Everywhere.  109  Sum  For Sale by  LOUIS  C   ROLLS  &   CO.  Medley B. C.  No F-'reig'ht - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  DYKE, EVANS ������> CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver.  nnm THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JUNE HO. 1910.  Town and District.  R H. Parsons, of Olalla  tor irr town this week.  The Penticton   Pi-ess has  l  changed  hands,   being  taken  over-  by a   local  company.  When you are down in the mouth  ju*L think of Jonah he came nut all  right���������then smoke an "Eslinjo'' cigar-.  V/ Narainatta'held   it very 'successful  regatta last week when nil hike towns  'tried conclusions its .to' their jslcill in  aquatics.  ii XV. Shatford went lust wftiik to  the eastern end of the riding and from  ttrere he was goinir to the coast on a  brief ousiuess trip.  J. H. Kennedy, chief engineer V.  V. Si E., went up the line hi'-t week to  note progress on construction and  confer with his engineers.  Jf. B. Meausette canie-up from Keremeos oii Tuesday to do an important  piece of -plumbing for Dr. McEwen  that will take him a -few days to execute.  The usual rumor that  the Oroville  lay-over is to be done away with has  j,   been revived but nothing definite is to  ,-   hand concerning - the bona fides of the  report.,  .;      Mr. Chamberlain had company over  ;   the Hope trail.   He whs in   time to  '   join a party that was starting over,  - among'whom was Mr. Corrigan and  '   son Jack.  Volpe,   the   Italian,  on   whom   the  - murderous assault was made at  * Princeton lust week, is making, a sat-  ,; isfnetory recovery and the wound  '   healing nicely..  The   Italian   Carmenuchi   Dominic  .   who tried to behead his fellow-laborer  .'   got his hearing at Princeton last week  and was taken to Kamloops by chief  constable Buulitu-y. *"  .Toe Wilmhurst superintendent of  roads in ���������' the Greenwood district is  looking over the country between  "Cascade and Kossland to find the best  route for the provincial, trunk road.  Frank Bailey is surveying a new  government road from Merritt which  is to cut off four miles in itlistauce between there aud Princeton and give  better-and safer gradients than the  present road.  Tire Bunker Hill screens arrived last  week for the mill and other machinery  will be coming along soon.    The work  ���������'-' of installing is going ahead as rapidly  as possible and the ditch is also mak-  ���������*"-    i ng rapid-progressr-- ** -~  ~:*- ------ - - ~ -r-  The Merritt Herald gives a vigorous  ���������*��������� roast on the head of the copper tempering article appearing in the Van  couver. Province,- which discovery was  alleged to have been made by a rrran in  the Nicola Valley. .  Alfred Wilkinson who Iras been  working on the vanner floor of the  stamp mill for the past year left last  week to visit friends in the east and  perhaps get hold' of a desirable piece  of land in the Alberta district.  Contractors on   the Oroville-Wenat-  - chee branch' "when working last week  irr the vicinity of Oroville ran into an  old Indian burial ground arrd unearthed about 200 skeletons, believed to  have beerr on an old Indian battlefield.  The local road gang have been work-  ~"^"~~"*! ing during the  past week levelling off  was a visi- | "White -*tioet and   piling up the hould-  ' ers therefrom which are to be used for  the fill on the new, road to the station.  It is   understood  that chief engineer  Giiurble is expected in shortly to fully  decide  on what plan is to lie followed  before full plans for  building  it are  decided upon.  Some cows.lying on the track caused  the wreck of a freight train on the S.  SiO. near Okanagan Landing. Some  of the residents in that vicinity have  been in the habit of allowing their  cows to pasture on the right-of-way,  and as most of the trains pass in the  day Lime tiiey did not count on this  train coming along in the night. Fortunately no live? were lost but seven  cars were wrecked.  Hedley will make a big t-oiunout at  the Dominion Day celebration in  Princeton to-moirow. Nearly everybody feels like having a little outing  and with the train being held until 8  o'clock, in the evening they can get  back'home in good time and be ready  'for" work next day. There is a possibility of 'the train being held until 10  o'clock, but so far us excursionists aie  concerned "the earlier * hour will suit  most of them best.  "*  There was a good turnout of golfers  on Saturday afternoon for the games  of foursomes arranged to take place.  One  set  tied for " firstplace.     Hincks  and Miss Mclean played^i-gairist French  and Mrs.    Hamilton   and   when ��������� the  handicaps  were deducted  each stood  35.    Megraw and Mrs! 'Jones played  against Martin and Mrs.  Rotherham  the scores with handicaps   deducted  being 42 to 53. Hetrick and Mis. Jamie-  son played , against  -Whiteman   and  Miss Smitheram the scores with deductions being 37 and 55.  The streets were enlivened on Friday afternoon and evening with the,  straims of an itinerant brass band that  was somewhat of a new experience for  Hedley.    As for the show there seeni-  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP HEDELY-  WATCH IT GROW  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 HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE C0NR4PY, Ltd.,  F. Hi 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.  ed to have been a difference of opinion  on the part of those who  were there  as to its merits; but with   those who  came in contact with the manager in  a business way there was but one opinion as to his grousing and kicking propensities.     In one kick he made he  found  before he got through with it  that he had kicked not wisely but too  well.     Messrs. Cosgrove and Salsbury  iisjidviince agen tshave given the public some good entertainment in aggregations like the Juvenile Bos tomans  turd the Musical Eckhardts,   but they  will do well in future to drop from  their list all concerns that are not pre-,  pared to carry out, without kicking or  grumbling the arrangements made by  advance agents. *'>  E. E. Bun-  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  t  :  WATER NOTICE  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS  School closed for the term orr Thursday last and the teacher, Miss Mac-  pherson started orr a trip around the  World the same day. She was to sail  from Montreal on July 4th, - going  with aii exclusion being got up by  the teachers of Manitoba.  Constable Ii. Hewatt, of Princeton,  went through to Fairview last Saturday, with his family and household  effects to enter on the duties of his  new position. Until a constable is assigned to the Princeton field, constable Sproule will look after the Princeton field along with ITedlcy.  The new teacher engaged by the  school board to teach next term is  Mrs. M'Gowan, from Vancouver, who  comes well recommended as a successful teacher. She i.s a sister of Mrs.  Koveley with whom she will doubtless  reside and parents are looking forward with pleasure and satisfaction to  the prospect of successful and skilful  direction of the school.  The directors of the Vernon fair  have issued their prize list which  shows that this is like to prove by all  odds the most important and extensive they have ever held. The fair  takes place Sept. 14th, 15th and 10th  and eateries close September 10th.  .7. A. Meldruni is the secrel -u-y. The  list shows it to be essential.'.'* *i farmer's fair, but nevertheless the fruitgrower will also have an inning* and  Sinrilkiiurcrn fruit should be represented. The compiler of tin* pri/.e list  is to be specially congratulated on the  matter appearing on pages 8!) to 98.  Get a copy of the prize list.  To D. J. Purely. Kobvrt Wisely, mill W. A.  Chcsloy, or to liny pcrooii or persons, to whom  tlicy"'may have .transferred their interests in  the Borden. Hope and Lam-ier mineral claims  situate at the mouth of Tonus Creek in the  .Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  You and each of you are hereby notified that  wc have expended three hundred and seven  dollars mid fifty cents in labor and improvements on the above mentioned 'claims in order-  to hold the said claims under the provisions of  the Mineral Act, the said labor being- done for  the year ending'5th of -August. 1909. and if  .within !)0 days from the date of this notice, you  fail or refuse to contribute your porportion of  such expenditures together with all costs of  advertising, your interest "in said' mineral  claims will bo the property of the undersigned  under Section i of "Mineral Act Amendment  Act WOO.  J Jilted this 1st day of April, 1010.  GEO. STEED  J. W. SINCLAIR  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  C'AAH FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, situate  in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yule District. Where located: Ciiiiid Hedley  'PA'CK NOTICE that I, Aiiislcy Megrnw. K.  x M. C. BiJIilS:.', agent for K. II. Kreiiidi.' K. M.  C. B'XHS'i and Ueorgo Cahill, K. M. C. B!K*17!I.  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Kecordor for a CertiHcato of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the tibovo claim.  And further hike notice that action, under  sectli ii .'(", must be commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this twenty-seventh day of April A.D.  1M0. 1S-10   ..  AINSLEV MEGKAW  agent for K. I-I. French and Geo. Cahill  "jVTOTICE is hereby given that an application  x'   will be made under part V, of the "Water  Act, l!KH),"to obtain a licence in the Similkameen Division of Yale District.  Approximately tiie number "of inhabitants 25  _ (b) The name of the lake, stream or source'  (if unnamed, the descrition is) spring unnamed  on P R 5!S*s. ��������� ��������� .  (c) The point of diversion atoverfiow of said  spring  (d) The i|iuintity of water applied for (in  cubic feet per second) 1-20 cubic foot.  (c) The character of the 'proposed works,  pipeline.  (f) The premises on which the water is to be  used (describe same) Pre Em ption No. 403".  (g) The purposes for which the water is to  be used Domestic and Irrigation.  (h) If for irrigation describe thchuid intended to bo.iiTigatcd, giving acreage about 3 acres  on Pre eruption No -1037.  ���������   (j)   Area of Crown land intended to be oc-'  cupied by the proposed works���������none.  (k) This notice was posted on the 17tli day  ofMay, 1910 and application will be made to  the Commissioner oil the 17th day of June 1910.  (1). Give the names and addresses  of  any  riparian proprietors, or licensees who or whoso  lands are likely to be effected by the proposed'  works, either above or below the outlet, F. A,  Ford.  F. P. HOWARD  Allen- Grove, B.C.  Just Reoeiv/e^ci  A Large Shipment of   -  t Walk-Over  Shoes |  for Men and Woman Y  STYLES&COMFORTABLE LASTS *  ��������� :      ��������� ��������� "��������� ���������* ���������--���������:������������������ ���������     ' ���������--������������������- "���������'���������������������������������������������''���������:��������� -���������-  .'���������  ���������  |S hat for ds, L t d; f  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A Delayed Shipment of Men's Fine ^-Pi^ce  SUMME# SUITS  which  we are  offering at greatly reduced prices  on account of late arrival.  These Suits are exceptionally good value at $7.50 and $12.  ***fe***>e*tei*ieieag*agi*������g������&������taM&^^  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following- are the readings showing temperature,   etc.,  for the week  ending June 25, 1910  AT THE MINE.  Maximum  .Tun 10 ��������� 40  20 .. 40  21 .. 88  GOOD PRINTING  Such as. You should use when you want  to make an impression  on  customers.  Minimum  28  29  19  24  Is Only Obtained  By using modern type faces on good stock  22 ..        42  28            ..         47 ..             25  24 ..         47 27  25 ..         00 ..              29  Average maximum temperature 44.85  LAverage minimum do        25.8**3  ^TMcan temperature 85.85  Rainfall for. the week 0.80 inches.  Snowfall       "       " 7.  ���������    COIlKESrONDrNG WKKK OF. LAST VEAK  Highest maximum temperature 78.  BOW KEE  Taundry  Washing called for and delivered. Satisfaction Guaranteed  Average maximum  Lowest minimum  Average minimum  Mean  Hedley,  B C  C f\ **?  Commercial Print.!'no  TRY THE  Gazette Job Dept  do 68.85  do 35.  do 88.71  do 51.2S  AT THE MILL.  Maximum        Minimum  Jim 19 .. 0(5 .. 45  20 .. 05 . 8S  21 .. 00 .. 48  22 ..         01          .. 41  58          ..         72          .. 44  24 .. SO .. 47  25 .. 84 .. 50  Average maximum temperature 09.71  Average minimum do 44.  Mean do 50.85  Rainfall for the week   .40   inches  COnRKSrONDINO "VKEIC Ob' LAST YKAll  Highest maximum temperature 78  Average do do 09.71  Lowest minimum do 41.  Average do do 48.42  Mean do 59.00  The   Gazette   Job   Department  is prepared to turn it out for you  i  s  X  X  I  X  X  X  * 9  ���������patronize the Home Shop  "Vou "iA/eint Home Trade.  I  I  9  9  9  9  9  9  I  I  X  $  I  9  9  X  &  THE RIUERSIDE NURSERIES ������  Grand Forks, B. C    Comprising 100 acres X  I/ii'gest grower's of Nursery Stock in Britis Columbia. All M  stock wintered in our cellars and  no danger of buying winter '���������������*���������  killed trees. ' ������@  .Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia orchards @  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.  JUNE 80,1910.  KEREMEOSj the Centre of Lower .Similkameen---rFamed for Fruit Growing  /  0  ���������������*-���������  Town and Lower Valley.  Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Ewart are expected home from their honeymoon  Liip on Fi iilay.  Jii'member the annual bchnol meeL-  ing in the school house on Saturday  next at ten a. in.  Porter Gibson left on Monday for  Vancouver where some, business interests demanded his attention.  , .Miss Fleming who has been visiting  "Tier aunt,'Mrs. W. M'. Frith for the  past three months left orr Tuesday for  Greenwood whine she will spend some  time' before returning to her home in  Manitoba" --   - '   *-  Mis.*) .Hannah KnuoSon, who holds  high >rank in the Salvation Army at  Victoria, attended the nuptials of her  Mstei'here last week and* is remaining  for.a visit witlVher parents, Mr. and  Mrs 'John Knu.tl.sn*n.  Tommy Only who has been attending the;Hill3I'Iitary Acadenyat Portland, Ore., returned home la������.t week.  He not only passed a most creditable  examination but also had some experience on the baseball diamond which  will stand him in good stead.  Mr. C. Armstrong, son of G.C. Armstrong, of .Winnipeg, Man., arrived in  Keremeos on Thursday last and will  spend the summer with his uncle, J.J.  Armstrong, in hopes that the change  of climate will benefit his health which  lias not been very robust of late.  A most enjoyable evening was spent  in Richter's Hall at Keremeos Centi;e  on Monday last, the occasion being a  farewell dance for Charley Loudon,  who is leaving the store to join his  father at Loomis, Wash, and engage  with him in sheep ranching, in which  he is engaged on a large scale.  Harry Armstrong who has been  spending the past few weeks with his  mother at Hot Lake, Oregon, was in  Keremeos on Monday, having dropped  off here for. a day on his way. home.  Mrs. Armstrong has gone on to th*  coast 011.a visit to friends there. She  was much improved by the treatment  at Hot Lake.  The Keremeos Sunday School have  their plans all ready for the picnic at  Ashnola Creek on Friday. Rigs will  leave here at 9.80 and accommodation  will be provided for all who wish to  go. A jolly good day's sport is promised in which field games and lunch baskets will be prominent features. A  cordial invitation is extended toSun-.  day School children and their.friends  in Hedley to participate  in the frolic.  . The Clanaiij Company, played to a  small house here on Saturday evening  but appear to have got all that was  coming to them. There may exist a  difference of opinion as to the merit of  their performance hut none as regards  their business methods. A favorite  stunt of the manager's is to obtain  favors on the understanding that he  will reciprocate in the usual way but  when the time coriies he fails to make  good. Evidently they do not figure  orr a return trip.  On Saturday afternoon last a very  painful accident happened to Gwen-  dola, the little two year old daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shaw of this  place. The little orre pulled a basin of  boiling hot water off the table spilling  it over- her face, neck .and arms. Fortunately Dr. McEwen happened to be  on his way to Keremeos and soon had  the little sufferer's injuries dressed and  made as comfortable as possible. She  is progressing as favorably as could be  expected under the circumstances.  A farewell  tea, given by  the  ladies  of St. Johns Church,  iir the parlors of  the    Hotel    Keremeos   on    Thursday  afternoon  last in  honor of Rev. Mr.  Ratrsorrre,  who  was leaving  here for  other fields of labor,  Avas largely attended.     Though  the retiring clergyman has been here but a comparatively short time he has nrade some very  warm friends and genuine regret was  expressed that conditions should have  socharrgrd  it as to  render it  inadvisable  to  attempt   to keep a   resident  clergyman   in   the parish.    Mr.  Ratr-  some  left  oi:   Friday,  going   first  to  Nelson   to meet and consult with the  Bishop of  the diocese  of Alberta and  after-wards to Kamloops where lie will  supply for a. month.   Service  will be  held here quarterly, as of old, by Rev.  JMr.  Cleland,  of  Penticton;  the   first  service to he on July 81st.  Mr. J. J. Armstrong, manager of the  Keremeos Land Company, has received a large shipment,of fruit boxes,  apple plum and peach and is prepared to supply all requirements of the  fruit growers irr this district. He has  also a goodly supply of labels which  are very, attractive in design and if  generally it-ed by the growers of this  district will be an effective neans, in  themselves', of advertising the fiuitof  Keremeos. Our fruit is second to  none, but it Ynust be pioperly packed  and tastefully labelled in order to  create the best impression on the outside maiket. Shippers cannot afford  to-overlook these two important features. ,  * ' i"  A quiet wedding took place <at the  residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Knud-  son,  Keietneos,  on  Wednesday last,  June 22nd.  at 12 o'clock,  noon, when  their   second  daughter,   Miss .Mary  Louise, was  nnited-in the holy bonds  of Matrimony to Mr. Henry-Lawrence  of Nelson, -B. C,  Rev.  Geo.   Kinney  performing the marriage ceremony in  the pi eseiVoe of immediate friends of  X  the contracting parties. Miss Mabel  Knudson,. sister of the bride made a  very pleasing bridesmaid, while the  part of best man was ably-filled by Mr.  Arthur Mattice. A dainty wedding  breakfast followed the marriage, after  which the -happy.--bridal couple took  .the eastbound train for Nelson, where  thev will make their home. We join  their many friends in wishing them a  full measure of matrimonial bliss.  * John Pringle, who is acting as, advance agent for his company���������the  Pringle Stock Co. of Vancouver and  Victoria, had an unpleasant experience when driving over front Penticton to bill this town. He was driving  alone in' a rig belonging to the Central  Hotel livery when a pole-strap broke  and in the mix-up following he was.  thrown-.-from- the rig and stunned.  Fortunately the stage was close at.  hand and brought . hiin.Tihtp town.  The Pringle Stock Company will  play here three nights beginning July  ith, presenting "The Convict's Daughter," ���������'Reaping, the Harvest," and  '���������What Happened to Jones?" 'They  carry eight people, and are highly  spoken of along the route which they  have been .playing.  Mr. Robert Gibson has just completed : the unique and rather arduous  task of planting three, and. three-  quarters .:acres in cucumbers.. We  have always understood that it: is impossible to grow pickling cucumbers  in this district, owing to the fact that  they grow eo rapidly here that cu-  cumbersthat are to small in the evening are two large in the morning for  picking purposes. Naturally we felt a  little curious to, know to what purpose  Mr. Gibson was planting such a large  acreage of this vegetable with a very  liinitedlocnl market in sight. Enquiry  elicited the information that Mr. Gibson had secured, at enormous expensp  about eight pounds of seed of a new  and as yet comparatively little known  variety.called the ''Everlasting" which  are splendid keepers and remain quite  fresh and appetizing until on late in  January. He is growing in quantities  which it is expected will permit of  shipping to   outside points in car lots.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING,' CUSTOMS BKOKERAGJ?,  FI11E INSUHANC'E  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE - KEREMEOS, B.C.  P. BROMLEY,  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  HATS & SHOES  Horse-Shoeing a Specialty  KEREMEOS, - -  B. C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. K. Station  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  (Itcccivccl too Into for lust issue.)  E. M. Crooker's father who has been  visiting him left for horrre on Monday.  Rev. Mr. Ransonre conducted farewell service in St. John's church here  on Sunday evening last.  The teachers and scholars of the  Keremeos Sunday School will hold  their annual picnic this year at the  the Ashnola on July 1st. A cordial  invitation is extended to Sunday  School children and friends in Hedley  to joirr in the day's fun. A good program of sjDorts will be provided for the  children.  Lome Coleman visited his parents a  couple of days this week, having  driven over from Penticton with Mr.  Russell who is irr charge of the G. N.  survey party working on the proposed  Oroville-Penticton line. Mr. Russell  went down to Oroville intending to return to Penticton via the Okanagan  route, over the line of survey. While  the railroad company have not declared their intentions, the nature of  the survey work thev are doing would  indicate the commencement of construction work at no very distant date.  GEO. KIRBY  '  ' . ' Notary Public.  IlEAI. ESTATE MINES  Agcntforj:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Oecnn Accident .mil Guarantee Co.  Keremeos, B, C.  Kcremcds-Pcnticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 'it noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. Welbv, Proprietor.  ���������������������t������������^ru������?^>t������it������tr^i'*JtWtn������������WJX'nWi  We have a large range of Hats and Shoes that we  are selling at cost to make room for new goods.  ' If you are in need of anything in the above line  we will be pleased to show you the goods and quote  you prices.  ��������� Now is the time to get ready, for harvest. We  have-all kinds of McCormick Machine extras and can  supply your wants without delay.  Heavy Castor Machine Oil only 50c per Gallon  KEREHE05  MEAT   MARKET  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  KEREMEOS, - - B.C.  8 S  8      When in Keremeos stop at the  j   Central Hotel  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  , Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  E.MCRDOKER  -itltilMlilililMSCMlVl^^t-ilWDi^t^-it^Wi  FIGURE OUT  Whata fe^  will be^wprthvin a, fe^ years whenr  the trees are in bearing  tomm^siNg  Contracts for Work  Land scrubbed or any kind of work by  '"'"contract at reasonable rates. ::���������  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct frdm China.  SING LEE  LAUNDRY V 'j;, ,.���������..'.,.,.',  Work called for and. delivered.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kehemkos, B.C.  NOTICE  OSOYOOS LAXD DISTIUCT  DrSTKlCT 01' SIMILKAMEEN'  TAKE NOTICE  tniit .1, Frederick  Cliailes  x    Wilson of;Vancouver, M.' C, occupation  school teacher, intend  to apply for permission  to purchase the following described lands:���������  '. Commencing at a post planted beside the,  south cast post of Lot 2311s thence'north twenty'  chains: thence west about five chairs to the  east   boundary of, the Ono. Horse    Mineral  Claim; thence south   twenty chains;   thence  east about five chains to point of commencement.  KltEDEIUCK .ClIAltLES WlLSON'  Vincent O. Wilson, Agent.  March 8th. 1010. 14-10  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains.  B. C. Fruit Lands Office,. .  Headquarters for all stage lines.  5 -       .,   v     '    *���������      ��������� '   *������������������*��������� **'" ���������   '���������' ���������"  -������������������*���������  ������������������$���������  #'  #  ������  ���������:������:���������  ������������������������  ���������'���������:  ������  ���������fc:  fe:  ������  ������  m  ������  ������  m  ���������m  m  ���������������?:-  m  &������������������  ������������������  &  '���������'."-. Can you dp better with your savings by  sending tliem^^ outside to invest in some speculative scheme,, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home: in r something'.': that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns oh the capital invested.  We  offer no  land buti; [what has  the  water already on it  Fruit;/:I^fe^jpf ^yl;$ize to suit your means;  at $17$ -^15 aii3 356 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremebs I-arid Co., I<tcL  KEREMEOS, B. C,  NUMBING  WARM' AIR  HEATING  ,   .   ������������������ AND  general:  TINSMITHING  40 Great [ears  And 1909 Best of All  "With over Eight Millions of new  business written in Canada  alone in 1009.  Began business in 1870 with assets $0,210, and now the assets  are over $14,000,000.  Canada's Big Popular Company  Chosen alike by rich anil poor.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. riEGRAW, Local Agent.  When   writing*    Advertisers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  Orders  by , Mail  will receive  .    Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  For a Luxurious Shave,  Hair-Cut or Bath goto  BOOSTER'S  TONSORIAL PARLOR  WM. DALRYMP|L|E  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  Your Patronage Solicited,  isfuction Guaranteed.  Sat--  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  Box Trade in Cigars a specialty  A.  fine line of Cigars   and  Tobaccos, Fruit and  Confectionery  POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION  A. J. SAUNDERS  Keremeos.  Keremeos Trading 60.  Retail   and   Wholesale  of General Merchandise  ALWAYS PLEASED TO SHOW GOODS  G.   G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  M  <<i  \'k  Ml  131  When* axhwishing   ads.   I'Licsajc.  mention this paper.  mm  1-


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