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 mm  m  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VII.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, MAKCPt 2. 1911.  Number 8.  Dr. C A. JACKSON  DENTIST  |1S yeai's' practice in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s lii.ocic  PENTICTON,      -      -       B. C.  oreii p.ooo  Is  Now  the  Aj^propi'iatiou for  Similkameen Riding  This Year  THEY CAN'T CONCEAL IT  Nine Out of Every Ten in the  United  States Regard Reciprocity   as a  Smash at Britain.  KINGSTON IN LITIGATION  The Old  Company  Enter Suit Against  Redeemable Investment Co.  The  New York "American'  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister,   Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Murk Block  PENTICTON,      - *:..  B. C.  K. C. BROWN  RARRISTKR and SOLICITOR  NOTARY' PUBLIC, Etc.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  BKIDGE TOTE IS $24,000.00  And This Added to Other Appropriations  For the Year Brings the Total to  Over $i7o,ooo���������Legislature to Prorogue To-day.  A press despa toll from Quebec to the  ... , one  of  ���������Vancouver   World    states    that    the  the  group of   Hearst papers, .shares   Kingston Gold Copper Mining Co., of  President Tuft's, opinion  that Canada   Hedley liad entered action in the Slip-  is ub the  partimr  of the wave    'i"1"-   ������������������- -"'      '  JflsllflRKE  Watchmaker  HED*U*E*V, B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for. Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Bauxes, Prop.       Pentjcxo.v, B.C.  In referring   last week to, the handsome" appropriation   secured  by Mr.  Shatford for  his  riding it now transpires from word received direct from  Victoria that only a part of the story  was; told.     The news"to hand is to the  effect that the bridge" vote for the riding is $24,000 which added to the othex'  votes places  the ��������� total for the riding  this year at over $170,000.   This sp.len'  did appropriation  at  the disposal of  the road supervisor H. A. Turner who  will see that  value is  received therefor, the highways irr the .Similkameen  should he put in good shape.  . The business of the session has been  characterized  by   careful   work,  and  much legislation of a useful charactei  both in new measures and in the a-  inendnient of existing statutes where  experience has shown improvement to  be desirable, was put through.  is at the parting of the ways. The  ''American" quotes Lord Lansdowne's  warning against the development of  Canada on continental, rather than  I Imperial lines, and points out that  Lord Lansdowane's party is trying to  draw Canadian Commerce to the Mother Country. The fact that this proj  test is made convinces the "American"  that Congress . should immediately  ratify "the momentous trade compact  with Canada."  The "American" does not say that  the treaty is a step towards polrtical  union. It only says -'that reciprocity  will prevent the closer drawing of  Canada towards the Mother Country;  that it smashes the scheme of a close-  knit British federation; that it thus  settles a world 'problem; that il finally  disentangles this continent from Euro-   _.-.-       .... ��������� -  renie Court of Canada against the Redeemable Investment Co., of Boston,  the sum named in the suit being placed  at $1,500,000.00  The Kingston Co. sold a controlling-  interest in the Kingston arid other  claims of the group" in Camp Hedley  to the Redeemable' In vestment'". Co.  and it is to be  presumed  that certain   *i ��������� - ��������� ���������    ' - .    ��������� ���������  KETTLE VALLEY PROGRESS  Work Steadily  Moving on  Both Ends   -  I      Later On It Will Move from Middle  Merritt .Herald  Eleven  miles of steel has   beerr laid  on   the Kettle Valley   railway^ out of  Merritt.    Track   laying has  been sus-  [ perilled  for a. brief span .until warmer  ! weather arrives  and  the frost comes  out of the ground. Grading operations  will continue, however, the same, force  of men being retained.  The contractors announce that track  laying will be completed by the middle  _.���������   w^...>.|^i<.-i.cu u\ nit" iniciciie  conditions were imposed for the devel-  of June and that the first thirty miles  opment and operation  of the  proper-  4-:..-.  ties.  The action of U.S. Postal authorities in raiding the offices of. tin* Redeemable .-Investment Co. and preferring charges of fraud against certain  of its'officers has made it difficult if  not impossible for the Redeemable Investment Co. to carry out its business  obligations, and unforunately the  government are supreme and  no res-    ���������.....,,-. ftU.tL.niit-iii;ire supreme and   no  res-  pean.politics, and  that it prevents the.  pbnsibility can attach to'them for the  develoDinent   of   r-niiirtm...-.^   ��������������������������������������� -������-   *- -���������  development   of   commerce   through  Canadian ports.  Mr. Champ Clark says it in fewer  words, and so does the President when  he tell us that Canada is at the parting of the ways.  ALMOST FORGOTTEN CRIMES  Nemesis May Take a Rest But the Wicked Cannot Always Flourish  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real 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.  Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  I  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  Stocks  Mines  Herbert B. Brow/n  Broker  MJSMItGR   VANCOUVKJl  MINING-EXCHANGE  44.'-! Pender St. XV. Vancouver.  Write me about your claims  Every district has its own little history of some particular crime or  crimes that have never been brought  to justice and that furnish food for  wonder and conjecture at the firesides  for many years after.  Among those for this district are the  Zimmerman murder at Penticton four  vears ago and the killing of Thoniet  at Midway  three years ago,   Regarding the former little progress seems to  have been  made in the way of fastening the guilt upon   the perpetrators  but there seems to be very little doubt  in the  minds of  the authorities  that  the miscreants who  killed Thomet are  now in  the  toils,   but unfortunately  they  are  rrot  being held on  the one  crime which would have put the hemp  around their necks.  Chief Bunbury who has conferred a  great deal with the police on the  American side had very strong evidence to show that a band of train  robbers who were apprehended near  Omaha and given life sentences had  among their number the two who  killed Thoniet. So strong was this  evidence that it was submitted to the  American authorities  with a view to  MONSTER DRYDOCK FOR B. C.  Capable of Accommodating The Largest  Dreadnought Afloat  At a cost of $3,000,000 a drydock  subsidized  by the Dominion government  is  to   be  constructed at Esqur-  rnalt   primarily   for   the   purpose   of  building new vessels for the Canadian  navy.     To  enlarge  the   shipbuilding  plant on   the coast necessary for the  undertaking of such a large enterprise  a well known shipbuilding firm   will  absorb the  British Columbia  Marine  Railway Company Limited and a first  rate shipbuilding industry will  be established at Esquimalt.    The new dry-  dock will be 900 feet long and 100 feet  in width and will be capable of taking  care of the largest vessels afloat.   The  location   on Esqiiima.lt  harbor, is now  being selected.  harm they may do  Meanwhile it is bilious on the camp  that a property, like the Kingston  should be tied up awaiting the action  of the courts of a foreign country ; so  it is evidently with a view to bringing  the matter to a. head that the old  company are seeking the assistance of  the Canadian courts to establish their  rights to their own property by moving to have the sale set aside on the  ground of fraud.  ROUGH ON RANGE HORSES  Danny McLaughlin   came  in  from  WINNIPEG AGAINST  Board of Trade  Passes   Condemnatory  Resolution re. Reciprocty  Winnipeg, Feb.  22.���������The Winnipeg  board  of trade   by 6������ to 13,   terr members'refraining from voting,   passed a  resolution today condemning the reciprocity   agreement   between   Canada  and the United States,   the mover be  ing W. H.   Cross and the seconder D.  C. Cameron,  Liberal candidate in the  last   general   election   in    Winnipeg.  The resolution is as follows:  "That the Winnipeg boiud of trade  after careful consideration of the proposed reciprocity agreement between  the Dominion of Canada and the United States, is firmly of the opinion that  i. 1- * -  of the line  will  be in operation on  month later. , Grading is well ad van  edall along the  line and   when tin  laying is resumed it will be clearsai.-  With the  thirty-mile sectioii finished work will be immediately inaugurated on  the second section which will  likely cover twenty miles.   This contract is  in the hands .of Mncdonald &  Gzowski, and the sub-contracts will be  let about the middle of the year.  With the construction of a short line  it would  be  possible for Merritt and  Nicola valley   to have a short route to  the boundary districts even before the  Kettle Valley is completed from end  to end.    The  V. V. Si E. is finished to  a point almost within striking distance  of the Kettle Valley in the vicinity of  the .summit.     Engineers  working on  the second section of the Kettle Valley  will have the line finally located about  the end of May.  LICKING THEIR CHOPS  In Anticipation of the  Fine  Time They  Will Have Running Riot in  Canada's Rasources  --    the same is nob in the best interests of   tlmt will come from reciprocity to thi  his ranch on   Saturday  morning and   t|ie Dominion,  particularly  that por-  people of the   United  States will   be  on coming across the ranges  lie ran   tion of the cnimt.i-v woei /.f ������.i.,. n....i.������-  fii-m-.-  -������������������#���������������������������������������=���������=  ������������������'- *���������'���������������������������  '"'  ���������'  At a meeting in Buffalo held to discuss reciprocity Secretary Wilson,  Secretary of Agriculture in Taft's  cabinet made some very frank statements of the case from the U.S. standpoint. Hugh Guthrie, M. P., one of  Laurier's standpatters who defended  the agreement at, Ottawa was present  at the same meeting and concurred in  the views of the other speakers.  Summarizing the advantages which  he believes will come to. the United  States if the agreement is accepted,  Mr. Wilson said: "The advantages  that will come from reciprocity to the  ----c>--    ���������   ���������������������������"  across some of the bands of horses  that have been wintering out. They  appeared to be in rather bad shape  and he had some doubts as to whether  many of thern would  manage to pull  |R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  A. F. & A. M.  ZCQ  KKGLTjAK monthly meeting's of  Medley Lorif-u No. IU, A. K. & A. 31..  tire held on  the second   Kridny in  I each montli in Ki-nteniity hull, Hedley. Visiting:  brethren aro cordially invited to attend.  |j.k\ FRASER,  \V. JY1  J. A. SCHUBERT,  Secretary  L. O. L.  Het-nlnr monthly meeting's of  Hedley Iioil'ro 1711 are held on  the third Monday in every  i*W^SS^i3'ui'mih ''' l*'i*Hlornity Hull. Visit-  iiif* biethern are cordially invited to attend.  JOHN .JAMIKSON, \V. M.  WM. UI.VSDAhK. See't.  having them given up and brought  across here where the charge against  them would hang them, but so bad  was their reputation orr the other side  that the police were not disposed to  take any risk of letting them go, even  with th'e prospect of hanging them.  MIDWAY COAL  Times  At the Midway coal   property of the  Boundary Mining and Fxploralion Co.  the  engineers  have  decided   that the  I work has  now reached a.   stage where  they are in a  position to put   in an initial   plant and   begin   work  of a, permanent character.     The work so far  done has  developed   Xo. H   vein about  ;*>00  feet.    There   an* six   veins on the I  property   to   bo developed,   which the I  new shaft will provide means of working.    The management is looking forward   to   placing   the   property  on   a  stead}- producing   basis in the near future.    A  contract has   been lot   for oO  feet of   tunnel   work   on    the   Myers  creek coal property.  WOMEN'S RIGHTS INjB. C.  emaciated and low in vitality. Snowballs make a very poor diet for a horse  to winter- on and the man who can  buy hay and oats or is fortunate  enough to have some one else pay for  winter provender for his pony should  consider himself fortunate.    ,   F.ltwul���������������t-.y   mat-por- i���������J-'"-* ���������"   "*   united  States will   be,  tion of the countrv west of the Great "���������-"*: "ccess t(> fc,u- Canadian woods,  lakes, and desires to impress upon the Then there will be access to the Can-  government its urgent wish that the "d������������" ""'kets for our fruit, free fish  proposals be not ratified." t'l'e'-> tl'ilclt' "-' seedl5* f"-e tiwle irr flax  The only discussion in the meeting free barbed wire fencing, free trade in  was in the  introductory speech of W. borses.    This last will give us a- market  ���������-.--.���������-.." h������������ was in the introductory speech of W. horses. This last will give us a niarke  through as they are rrow very much H. Cross and a short one of approval for our draft horses irr those new pro  emaciated and low in vitality.    Snow-, Dv jauw>s pni.i.,���������. ''!"u[i f ���������'���������''"  u **  '  by .Tames Porter  AN APPRECIATION  vinces that are being opened up.  CORRIGAN���������BROWN  BUSINESS   INTERESTS OPPOSE  Prominent   Liberals   Cannot   Be   Silent  Where Stupendous Blunder  is Imminent  Toronto,    Feb.   22.-The   associated  boards of  trade  of Ontario at   their  closing session this afternoon  passed  by a large  majority a resolution condemning    the     proposed    reciprocity  agreement.    The  resolution   was prii-  | posed by   H. S. Gourley,   president  of  the  Toronto   board of Trade  mill   seconded hy  Hon. E. .1. n,ivis, who controls an  extensive   tanning  business  and who   was commissioner   of crown  lands under the   Hardy and  lions Lih-  era! governments in Ontario.  (Vernon   News.)  We have  pleasure in calling atten  tion to the  excellent speach delivered  last  week  in the Legislature  by Mr.  L. W. Shntford.    The constituency of  Similkameen   has good cause to  con-  Igratulate  itself upon   being represented   by such  a capable and  energetic  member,  and the estimates this year  amply  demonstrate the  fact that Mr.  Shatford has once more   succeeded in  having  the  requirements  of   his   important district  well   attended   to   in  the matter of expenditures for puhlic  works.     Tho   large   appropriation   of  $132,000 has   been granted   to Similkameen,   and   Mr.   Shatford   has proved  in  former  years   that he   may   be   de- ���������  pendfd upon to see that it is expended j  to the best possible advantage.  At an  early hour orr Monday morning.   Feb.   27th,   at   tin*   residence   of  T. H.   Brown,  Cawston  Ave.,   two of  our    popular   and    esteemed    young  people.   AVilliaii! Wii-th  Corrigan and  Gladys  .Josephine Brown were united  in wedlock   by Rev. Father C'onant in  the presence of a number of the more  intimate   fi ienils  of   the   contracting  parties.    Miss Ellen Corrigan. sister of  the   groom,   was   bridesmaid  and  li.  Burger acted  as  groomsman.    Many  handsome  wedding  presents attested  the good will  of friends.    The young  couple will   take up their abode in the  residence   belonging   to   ,1.   I).   Brass,  corner of Webster and Cawston.    The  Gazette extends congratulations.  LOOK TO SENATE  V. V. & E. WEST END  K. A. C. STUDO  IIAUOI.IJ  MAVXK  D.M.V  & DALV,  Members Vancouver Stock Kxelu  iiffe  | Real Estate,   Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hostlniys Street W  Opposite New Post Oflice  . O. itOX Ilflli  [Vancouver,  B. C.  Depuration  of Ladies   Wart on Attorney  General Asking for Legislation to  Amend Existing Laws  Victoria, Feb. 20--A. number of ladies waited upon the Attorney-Gener  al asking him to embody into legislation some recent suggestions of the  National Council of Women regarding  woman's dower, tin* right ot mothers  to the custody of their children and  similar mailers.  PHOENIX TRIUMPHANT  The  Hockey Team  of That  Town Captures Everything in Sight  ) After winning the championship of  j the Boundary League without, a sin������'le  defeat the Phoenix puck-chasers went  to the Rossland carnival and there  captured the provincial championship  and the  international,   beating all the  American    teams   represented   there, j .���������.<-,    li,���������^,���������vl-vli   ..mi   u  Asa   result   they are   now the  white-   to appeal   to the senate  - -f Canada   to  haired   boys of  the "glory-hole' town   defeat the tieatv should it be accepted  and nothing is too good for them. | hy the house of commons.  Niagara Fruit-Growers, Liberal and Con-  1 servative Alike in Despair Turn  to Senate for Relief  St. Catharines, Ont., Feb. 22.���������A  large and representative meeting of  the directors of the Niagara, peninsula  fruit growers' associati- 11 was held  here this afternoon. The question of  the removal of the duties on tender-  fruits from the United .'-tales was further   considered   and   it   was   decided  Assuring   to   Note   that   Work   is  Wholly Abandoned This Winter  Not  (Province)  Mr.   A.   Kellett,   superintendent   of  construction for Messrs. ,J. W. Stewart  it-Co., railway   contractors, is in town  ordering  supplies   in connection  with  construction   work on the V., V. it- E.  in the   Fraser valley.     Good   progress  has been made during  tiie past winter  at, heavy rock work along Siiinuf river-  anil Sumas lake, about- nine miles east  of Abbotsford.    Two hundred men are  employed.    Mr.   Kellet t expects loin-  crease   the force   next   mouth:   when  three  steam shovels will   go into coin-  mission beyond Abbotsford. THK HEDLEY' GAZETTE,, MARCH 2, 1011.  end  Szrnukomeen Advertiser;.  iii--: on  i'i:.:;'i  ! hur-.il;  ...HITI-J  . 1';  .   ai  .-' tin- III-  :-. isilixu  Ilodlov.  PI.UV   li.W.I-'TTK  I "o.MI'AN V.  H. r.  Subscriptions in AUvaiivss  I-,-   V.-.ir  .'���������       .������������������'?-'-,K-  -    I I'niled Sla-.i-l  2.M  Advertising Rates  Measurement. I-.' lines to tiie inch.  UatuI Notices--I'ei-tilleaii'-i of iiiiin'oveiui'iil. elf.  87.IKI fur (M-day notices, and .S*>.<*0 lor .'iO-day  notice.-.  Contract AdvertistM-ienU - One inch per month  SI.;:.*; over'l inch and up lo I inches, 81.(Ill ���������  nor inch pel-month. To constant advertisers  taking larger S>*,<*'' than four inches, on  application, rates will lie given ot rcdncej.  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Tiaisient Advertisements���������not exceeding one '���������  irn-li. sl.dd for one insertion. '25 cents lor  each subsequent ii sertion.   Dyer one men.  'in cents per line 'or tirst insertion-, and .->  .���������cuts nor line lor < aeb snbsenuont insertion. >  Transients payable in'advance.  Changes for tout met advertisements should i  bj in the o'llice by noon on Tuesday to secure  a''ten thai for that week's issue. 1  Advertisement* will be changed once every';  ''montli if advertiser desires, without any extra  c.iargc. For changes oftcnorthaiioncoamouth ;  lie   price of composition   will  bo charged at j  regular rates. j  A. MEGRAW. Managing Editor.        |  Li.beial.��������� fruit-giowing compatriots of  the Niagara.' peninsula -howling dissent, was "love's labors lost", for he  could have stepped across the corridor  to tiie old gentleman's office in the  fini liaiueiil, building-, at Ottawa, and  got the same I liing without having to  gi-nsp at si raws in the manner in  which he has been doing.  r-?r\  "Ef   1"~-A  I HE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL   .::  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  THE ONLY  WAY.  To attain mdoj-ciuleiK-o is try steady effort.   You  cannot   in,  iSnvilli*: Account in  Cannot   make a   heller  .start than   by opening a  "Pi  lAT IT HERE SiriCE 1900?'  .���������S-^flS**"^ *  ^MjfRASER*  CO. LTD.  9*  Full Moon  II  Last quar.  1011  "MAR.  New Moon  .*������)  First quar.  1911  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.1;  Z  'a  no  GRASPING AT STRAWS  As an   evidence that the   boosteisof  reciprocity   at Ottawa are   hard pressed 'for evidence   that   would  seem   to  favor reciprocity we have only to note  the avidity with which   the utterances  of the Sinninerland Review   are pounced   upon   to  show   that   B. C.   fruit-  giowers-would   not   suffer   as   badly  from   cutting  oil' the.  duty on  American fruit as it was feared.     Even Hon.  William   Patterson who   is largely responsible  for the   enormity,   notwithstanding  the fact   that the   duty  protecting hi.-, biscuits is not   to be altered  a whit,  -was  supplied   with a   copy of  the    Sinninerland    Review   and   re-id  from it, an editorial  favoiing reciprocity which   he pointed out was from a  conservative paper published in a fruit  growing  di.-trict.    lie   made   no mention   of the   editorial   opinions  of  the  Kelowna Courier  which are the views  -of a strong Liberal and the paper published   in a   district  which   has  made  quite as great a name for itself in fruitgrowing as Siiiniiierland.  The review has never claimed, nor  shown it.-elf, to be as strong in its  support of the Conservative party as  the Courier has been of the Liberal  party. Neither were there any reasons advanced by the Review further  than a mere expression of opinion  that the change would benefit the  fruit-growing industry here more than  it would injure it. Opinions are cheap  when we all have them, and they do  not necessarily clfecb the situation one  way or the other, neither should they  always rank as evidence.  Now it is only surmise on our part,  hub if Col. CarlAvright, of Suininer-  lanil. son of Sir Richard, is at the elbow of the Review editor it- is not to  be wondered at that we find those  particular leanings on the subject of  reciprocity. The Colonel is a very  nice chap and we have nothing but  good-will and the very kindliest, regard for him a- well as high opinion of  his integrity, but we know what were  his views on reciprocity in JS01 and  how tenaciously, like; his venerable  sire, he can hold to opinions once  formed. Should it happen that he has  been a. moulder of editorial opinion in  Sumnierlaiid then it will be se.cn that  the Hon. William Patterson's distant  quest to Sumnierland for fruit-growers'  approval  of reciprocity  with  his  ^Saveloar Honey,  *&mmtxicz flow I  We want evayonelo \taow  Tljat we are paying -  c~4% Merest^  per annum cre9Vte9 iri Ihlf  on savings deposits ($1-?  & upward) subject ToWi-  drawal br cheq-ue &-  <^ 5������ Interest^~>  on Time deposits of -^  SirfmoTifts k over. -  We invest monef for clients  in first mortgages & h a  general ffnancialksiness.  We wartur saving accnt  & if you are not saving  sfsTcmaTkaliy, - - - -*���������  GominenceNowWiltiUS.  Deposits \>y mail ^r:;:::r-  ������������������*���������*���������*��������� easily lian^l eel���������  Yovu&ii 'send "byDraft,  Post Office -������- 6^preos  - Order or Re&isterefj"-^  better & withdrawals '  can be made ��������������� ������������������������ + ? +  * - any way you wish.  Ware Responsible  Refer tif^-V ���������*.+-*���������  Duns, Bystreets,  or To anyone to ->  VMG0UV6R-  Write us about itto-Say  DoiTnow!!!!!  DowTraser^ Co. Ltd.  M fate street;  ^Vancouver B.C.^j  E.v(ii'iJT,lilng,:''NBw ������������������nil first-Glass  Bar supplied with jhe Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   'l.'able.  E..E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B.C.,  Horse-shoeing; and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  Alpha. Apex Fraction. A cut-in. Acadia, Australian mill Utopia "Mineral churns on Apex  Mountain, Osoyoos Mining Division, B.C.   .  'rake notice that I. T. D. Pickard, Free Miners  x Certificate -1211'iB acting as agent for  .leiinic Louise Willey, of. New York, Free  Miner's Certificate BHi-J!)!) intend sixty days  aftei- date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvement for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above claims.  And further take notice that action under  Section ."<" must be commenced before the issue  of such Certificate of Improvements.  T. D. 1**CI*A1'I>  Dated at Vancouver. H. C. February 21ts, 1010.  7-10  TAX NOTICE  Te Bank of ..British North .-America  Sinus of: $1.00 and tipwjinlH received niul intei'e.st  added twice a yetir.  75 Years in Bushiest Capital and Reserve Over $7,300,000  Hedley  Branch,  H. A Hincks, Manager  KKTTLE JUVKR ASSFSSJIKXT DISTltlCT  ���������JV*OTJC!K is hereby-riven given in .accordance  J> with the .Statutes, that Provincial Ue-  vehiie Tax, and Assessed Tuxes, Income, aud  School Tax. assessed and levied under the  "Ajr-sessiiieiit Act" and amendments and under  the "Public Schools Act.' are now due and payable for the year UHI. All taxes collectable for  the Kettle Kiver Assessment District are due  and payable at my office, situate at Fairview,  B. C.  This Notice, in terms of law. is equivalent to  a personal demand by mo upon all .persons liable for taxes.  RONALD IIF.WAT  Deputy Assessor and Collector  Kettle Kiver Assessment District  Fairview. Jan. ;i0th lilll l-l  NOTICE  S.IMIUCAMF.KN LAND DISTRICT  nis'i'iircT oi-- v.ii.i-:  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  'PA KK notice that Marguerite McKeown, of  -1- Quebec tUty, P. Q., ocuiipation Private  Correspondent, intends to npiily for pcrinission  to purchase the following described iands:���������  Commencing at a post planted Twenty chains  east of the south-west corner of lot :i,-lli3, thence  west eighty chains, thence south sixty chains,  thence east eighty chains, thence north sixty  chain-- to point of commencement containiiu-  IS0 iicros, more or less.  MAHOUKIilTK McKKOW.V  M. .1. McKeown, locator.  Date Oct. '27th li'10 -JS-IO  We may be able to still further improve Victor Records���������though  We hardly know where.  They are now absolutely uniform in tone,and quality, wherever  you buy them���������so smooth you can scarcely hear the needle���������more  durable than ever���������and double faced���������two records for the one price.  NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORD*���������90c for the two.  Send 90c. and 10c. postage tor sample Record.  i  Write for catalogue of over 3,000 Records and watch  the papers for list of new ones every month.  '////t     Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited    v<  Montreal.  Agents Wanted Everywhere,  For Sale hy  LOUIS  C   ROLLS&  CO.  Hedley ^. C  No F^reigfht - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  NOTICE  SIMIUCAMEICN LAND DISTltlCT  IHSTrtlCT OK VAI.K  TTAICI* notice that Val C. Ilaynesof Fail-view  A    occuniition  .Stockman,   intends   to  apply  Doi.riiiN and Simh. Fiiactiox.u. Mineral  I'lainiK. in the (isoj-oos Mining Division of  Yule District. Where located: on I he east side  of Lerenuios Creek on Manuel   llarcel's ranch.  Take .Notice that I. ('. A. Stooss of Ivelowiin  H. C. acting as agent for (.'has. \\*. .lordan. of  Olalla. B.C. free miner's ccrtilicate No lll!i:'lil.  intend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Hoc-order for a Ccrtilicate of Improvement--', for thit purpose of obtaining a  Crown (Irani of (he above claim. 1   And   further take   notice that  action   under '  eel ion 1)7 must he commenced  before the issue I    I 'f**,'\/  such Ccitilhates of improvement.. I y  C. A. STOKSS  December-Jilt h. lillfi- .Vi-lil  for  permission  to    lease the following  cribed lands:  des-  Commeneing ata post planted on tho southwest cornerof J'U No lils thenco north '20 chains  thence west .SI) chains, thencosoiith III chains,  thence east SI) chains, thence north -0 chains to  point of coiiimennement. and containing '<>20  acres more or less.  VAI. C. 1IAYNF.S  Feb. I.'itb. MtKl 7  .vcvvWV*.  NOTICE  SIMIDKAMF.I'N LAND DISTIMCT  msTKiivr <a-- vai.i;  rPA l\'K notice I hat Vol ('. 11 a;y 11 <-.-, of Fairview  H. ('., occiipaiion Sluckinan. intends to apply for    permission    to   lease   the    following  described land.  Commencing at a post, planted at the southwest; corner of II. (iiiri-ison's Pre-emption, Lot  .'illl.S. thence north si I chains: thence west '20  chains: fhem-e south so chains: thence east till  chains to t he point of conmiciicemenl. anfl con-  laiiiiug lli'l acres, more or less.  VALC. I LAY NFS.  Win. Ii. Haynes, agent.  Feb 17th. Kill.  P/UA6&  Livery, Feed k Sale tables  IIKDLKY    B.C.  A good stock 1 if Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    Ii Orilurs for Tc.-iining  promptly atti-ndi'd to.  Office of Dominion Express Gompamj.  WOO D   F O R   S A L E !  Phon   M.        INN IS  BROS. Proprietors.  Victoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   invigorating.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKFN LAND DISTltlCT  1MKTWICT OK VAMi  rl"ake notice that C. ,1. Loewen, of 'Vnncoiivui',  occupation   real estate agent,  intends to  '."���������Pl'I.v for iieriuission to purchase the following  ���������and:  Commencing at a post planted at the North  West Corner of Lot :!li7; thence northerly along  the cast shore of Dog Lekc. .Sdchains more or  less to the .South West.Corner of Lot Hil, thence  east "l.'l links, more or less, tn'tln; cast, boundary of the Columbia and Western Kn.ilway  right of way, being the west boundary of Lot  271(1, group I: then southerly .SOchains, more or  less along the west boundary of lot 'J7I0, to the  north boundary of Lot 'i,'*7: thence west Ilchains  more or less to the point of commencement and  'containing twenty-live acres nmre or less.  CHARLES .1. LOEWEN  Richard H. Parkinson, agent.  Jan mil, 1011. MO  Western Distributors  WALTER F. EVANS ������> CO.  Successors to  DYKE, EVANS ������, CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver.  I 9\  I The  Halcyon  Sanitarium {  ANALYSIS OF WATER  I!  X  X  X  *:  X  K ���������.  *������ Chlorine. '   X Sulphuric Acid   JJ������ Sihcii   K Linn.'   X Alkalies as Soda   X  ������������ Magnesia   K Lithia     X Sulphuretted Hydrogen..  X        *   fc������       ! ; '  I William Boyd, Proprietor  I  S.l-t  HtiH.AH  71.5!)  S-I-.57  o.ill  232.01)  .8(i  32.00  Has  recently   been throughtly  renovated  and re-furnislied, and is  now the greatest  health resort upon the continent.    Natural  hot wa      in  baths, V2I degrees of heat.   A  1 course of baths at  Halcyon  will cure nor-  jvousand inusculiir diseases and eliminate  I rhiiematism and metalic poisons from  the  ���������systi-iu.     The water heals liver,   kidney,  ���������and  sioiimch  complaints.   The rates are $2  : a day up: or SV2 weekly up.     Postotlice. ex-  1 press and telegraph olllces in connection.  ���������i  9\  91  xl  9\  91  Halcyon, B. C. gl  NOTICE  SIMILKAM'EEN LAND DISTIMCT  DISTltlCT OK  V.II.K  rPAKK notice that Mrs. Florence K. Richter.  ���������*��������� of Keremeos, occupation rancher, intends  to aiipl.V f"i- peomission to purchase the following described lauds:  Commencing at 11 post planted at the s w  cornerof Lot-17. thence north Klchains, thence  west'JO chains, thence south 10 chains, thence  east "JO chains to point of commencement.  KLORENCrc 10. RICIITKR  .January :*7th, Wll 1-10  NOTICE  Liipior Act, lilll).  NOTICK is hereby given that; on the 1st; day  of March I'll 1 next, application will be  mnpo to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the transfer of the licence lor the sale  ofli(|iior by retail in and upon the premises  known as the ('olden Onto Kotel. situate at  Paii-view. P.ritlsh Columbia, from Henry Jones  (deceased) to Charles .lones.  Dated this l.'ith day of February 11)11.  Henry .Jones, holder of licence  Charles Jones; applicant for transfer  Water Notice  IVoticjg is hereby given that an application willl  1 ^ be made under part V. of the "Water Act"!  IllOil, to obtain a licence in the Similkanieciil  Water district of the district of Vale.  n���������Tho name, address, and occupation of the]  applicant, K. Kliznboth Kichter, executrix of|  the Will of the late Frank Richter.  b���������The name of the lake, stream or source I  (if unnamed the description isi n spring on i^ci: I  Xi, township 17.  c���������-The point-of diversion at the spring.  d--Ther|iianfit,v of water applied for | in cubicl  feet per second) 1/, cubic feet.  e���������The character of the proposed   works i.-  ditch ������������������(Kiyards-  f���������The premisos on which the water is to bi;|  used (describe same) Lot. I7S. Sec. -J7. |,p. 17.  g���������The purposes for which the water is to be  used, irrigation.  h ���������If for irrigation, describe the hind intended to be irrigated, giving acreage, part of flu:  north i of Lot I7.S, sec. J7, tp 17.  k���������This  notice was posted on  the -J'ltli day oil  January, lilll,  and application will be made toj  the Commissioner on the Jath dav of Februarv.  lilll.  F. Klixnbeth Hichter  Keremeos, D. (.'.  When   writing   Adversers     Please  Mention the Gazette. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MARCH 2. 1911.  ���������  Town and District.  Jlev. Father Coiiant, of, Kamloops,  held mass in Medley on Sunday lasl.  The timber for the bridges caine in  on Tuesday and .structures underway  will now he pushed forward to completion.  Mrs. -J'. A. Brown,   ol Kereiucos,   is  making weekly   visits  to   Hedley  fori  her class iu vocal music here.     At the j  solicitation      of,   numerous    Hedley j  is considering  the matter:  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  friends she.  of giving a concert at the end of the :,  first class term, and have her local ;  pupils take part. About the middle j  of .April will mark the end of the term ;  Angus Stewart, who has heen chief J ami in all probability E'aster Monday !  engineer in the power house for some ' mtly he chosen as the date. While the |  time, gave up his position last week  and started fni- the coast on Wednesday.  Rev. T. \\Y Mills.!)!:���������Princeton,   will  LEY  WATCH IT GROW  take Rev. .Mr.  Cameron's service here  on Sunday night. Mr. Cameron will he  ," in Princeton and preach there for 3Jr.  Mills.  .1. A. Schubert is opening out a.  hranch hu.siness in Coalnionb, the new  town which was formerly known as  Cat'difi: and Granite Creek. He intends  building at once.  Mir. James Anderson, chief inspector  ,'pfor the Bank of B. N. A. eaine in on  Saturday and remained a few days.  On Tuesday morning Mr. Jrlincks ;io-  conipanied lrini to Keremeos.  The sale of the Palmer mountain  tunnel property, at Loomis, under the  Sheriff's hammer, did riot take place  Saturday as it was announced that it  would. The sale was knocked out by  an injunction issued from the United  States court. The tangle is still untangled.���������-Oroville Gazette. . >���������  Hedley has had the longest spell of  sleighing this winter on> the least  . amount of snow that has yet been experienced irr the history of the place.  The average amount of snow on the  ground for any single week between  Christmas and the end of February,  would scarcely exceed four inches and  yet there has been fairly good sleighing all that time. This will give a fair-  idea of how steady the winter has  cbeen, and yet with the, exception of  one week it could not he called cold.  The sparl'Iing musical comedy,  "Managing Mildred" is announced as  the attraction at Fraternity lui.il on  Saturday, March 4th. The famous  English Opera Singers who made such  an impression through the west last  season aro figured' in this comedy and  will introduce the last two scenes of  Verdi's "XI Trovatore" in costume.  -The remarkable duet "The miserere"  TtJTBung by Juanita Rush and Charles  Picquet has invariably been encored  five or six times. "Managing Mildred"  is by Walter Lockwood, a young Chicago author and contains some twenty  song hits.  An asti'onimer is reported to have  prophesied three wet years because of  certain sun spots that in the past have  always been attended with much precipitation. The prairie wheat growers  will make no objections to a meteorological programme of that nature, and  it would also fit in nicely with the.  plans of the management here for getting the water-supply obtainable from  Twenty-mile Lake, back to the normal.  They're all scrappin' for Moirday.  The Star announces that "Managing  Mildred" is to be in Princeton, Monday, March Oth. The Gazette erroneously but with the best intentions  ���������said they were to be in Hedley Monday March Gth. The Penticton Herald says they are to he in Penticton  .Monday, March 2nd. The advance  agent, the auxiliary, the Gazette and  the Herald must all have got hold of  the same kind of booze. Meanwhile  Princeton is sitting tight on the date  and looks very likely to hold it.  There is a general impression that  we are in for an early spring and that  the cold snap at the beginning of the  present, week was winter's final effort.  There was a. new moon two days ago  and some give; the moon credit for all  kinds of stunts in the matter of its  ability to boss the weather. By the  by. this particular moon is the one  which is known to the natives as "the  moon of pussy willows," and that  sounds quite springy in itself.  The  skating  in  Hedley during the  past two weeks has been excellent the  snow   having been   cleared off a space  ���������about  100 yards  long and  fifty   feet  wide,   on the  ice of the .Similkameen  liver  behind   Pinto's   House,     Every  night  in the  week the  ice was   taken  advantage of by dozens of skaters old  and young,   a big /ire   being   built  on  the ice  alongside where the snow had  nob been   cleared oil'and  this supplied  both the illumination aud the warmth  for  the   non-skaters.     A  situation of  that  kind   beats  a,  closed   rink   all to  pieces as the participants have the full  advantage of pure fresh air during the  whole  outing,   but of  course it  i.s not  ever)'   winter   the   conditions   a.re   as  favorable as this one.     To Mr. Hincks  most of the  credit is due for nosing  out  the  possibilities  of the situation  I'di' sport and clearing oil' the snow.  people of Iveremeos have had various  opportunities of hearing Mis. Brown  siiig, those in Hedley have not been  so fortunate and would-be pleased to  have tiie opportunity of enjoying as  much of her singing as an event of  that kind would give them.  Ctiltus Harry (halfbreed) was iii  town on Saturday .with a couple of  heads and the, claws of two golden-  , headed eagles upon -which he wanted  the bounty. According to regulations,  for collection of the bounty on these  birds the claws- have to be sent 'for  identification to the provincial game  warden,'"-Bryan Williams, at Vancouver and Harry's/ exhibits were accordingly detpatcbed thither. Local jusr  tices can be trusted with the identification of cougars, coyotes and big  horned owls but their knowledge of  ���������zoology.-.or natural history is scarcely  equal to the task of spotting out the  golden-headed* eagle, and lest they  should mistake the panties of a thoroughbred shanghai or yellow leghorn  rooster for a golden headed member  of that particular species of Uncle  Sam's nii-ds the precaution aforesaid  was necessary. Sorry it couldn't be  helped, but Harry will have to stay  dry for that in uch longer.  The Gazette  was in error   last week  in   placing the   date   of   ''Managing  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 COMPANY, ltd  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  HEDLEY, B.C.  NOTICE  , SIMIUCAMKKN LAXD DISTlfK'T  DISTMCTOK ���������WILE  Mildred" to be played by  the English'  Opera Singers in Hedley for Monday,  March 0th.    They are to be in Princeton on that date and  their performance here will he  on Saturday March  4th.    In giving Monday March o'th as  the date the Gazette was hot altogether to blame.    Every effort was made  to  have the dace  verified  before announcing  it but  we   could   find   out  nothing definite in the matter and the  Ladies' Auxiliary  muter whose auspices  they were to  play could give no  assistance,  for    their    contract   read  March 5th  and as  that date falls  on  Sunday-it  was quite clear  that a mistake had  been made.    The  most "natural inference under the circumstance  was    to   conclude  that   the   advance  agent in  fixing his dates had failed to  notice  that the 5th was Sunday and  skip a date.     After we found out that  Princeton   was counting  on   Monday  March  6th as  their date   inquiry was  made, of Penticton where it was found  the Company were billed for Thursday  ��������� March 2nd which left littlo doubt that  Saturday was the  date,  intended for  Hedley, the intervening time between  midnight on Thursday aud Saturday  morning being little   enough to cover  the distance between  Penticton  and  Hedley with  perhaps an   intervening  performance at Keremeos on Friday  night en route.  TAKK notice that William Stewart, of Cran-  ���������L brook. 15. C, occupation Hotel manager,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following-described lands:  Commencing* at a post planted at the southwest corner of lot OioS. thence south So chains,  thence east SO chains, thence north 81) chains,  thence west SO chains, containing Ii 10 acres,  more or less.  \V*i i, r. r.\ m S-rii wm i :t  M. J. McKeown, locator.  Oct. 2Sth, 1910. JS-10 '���������  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO.  PRINCETON, B. C:  Make the  NOTED HOP GOLD BEER  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKX LAND D1STKIOT.  :   Bis-rarcT ok Yale.  '"Pake notice that f, Henry Allan Harcclo .of  x. Keremeos. occupation, farmer, intends to  apply for permission to purchase tho following'  described lauds:  Commencing: at a post planted about 1 "��������� miles  cast of the S. K. corner of XV. Cohen's P. Trl. No.  ���������IV2, Lot- 2!J'������'*: thence '20 chains north, thence 20  chains east, thence 20 chains south, thence 20  ehains west and containing- JO acres, more oi-  less.  THEIR NOTED HALF AND HALF  (HAT,*' stout and porter)  is a Winner.  >������������������  H.'A. BAHCKLLO  .January. 7th, lilll.  NOTICE  SfMlLJvAMlCE.V LAND DISTRICT  WSTUICT OF VALE  '"Take notice' that I, Robert, Carew Armstrong;  *���������       of Keremeos, li. C��������� occupation Kaneher  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following' described hinds:  Commencing' at a post planted at the northeast corner of Lot (i'ls; thence west 10 chains,  thence north fi chains, more or less, to the .Similkameen River: thence following: the meaii-  dering-s of the river easterly to point of commencement, and containing 20 ocres, more or  less.  ROBERT CAREW ARMSTRONG.  3. P. Thomas, Agent.  Dee. 10th. 11)10 W-10  At J. A. Nesbitt's,  Penticton, B. C.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  DlSTI'ICT Ol''  YALK.  '"PAKE notice that Erank Richter, of Kcrc-  -1- meos, occupation, merchant, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described land: ���������  Commencing at a post planted at the S. E.  corner of P. R. (!51s thence SO chains south,  thence SO chains west, thence SO chains north,  thence SO chains cast to point of commencement and containing OMO acres.  THOSE WHO TOIL EARNE5TIV  and WIT/V SUCCESS l  WILL BE SATISFIED ONLY WITH THE BEST  OVER-HAUL THAT CAN BE MANUFACTURED.  FRANK RICHTER  "The Moore" Gasoline Lights,  Mantles, Globes and all repairs  at Vancouver prices.  Violins and Accordions, Football and Baseball Goods, Gramophone Needles,  Auto Spray Pumps, Quassia  Chips, and Whole; Oil Soap.  Arsenate of Lend.  Cti 1 tivators, Plo\\>  Haymoud   Sewing  Needles and Pcpairs.  Bicycles and Pepairs.  J. A. NESBITT  Penticton       -     -       B.C.  October 27th 1010,  -IM0  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following arc the readings show  ing temperature,   etc.  ending Feb. 25, 1011 :  for  tho  week  AT  etc  Machines,  Feb Iii  '20  21  22  2H  21  Till.' .MIXE.  Maximum  M  Jo  lu  11  21  1(5  17  Minimum  H  s  s  1  II)  (i  S  ituri' KJ..S.*)  TUADK  M.\RK  AMERICAN STYLE  WORK CLOTHES.  THEY ARE DOUStE STITCHED THROUGHOUT.  BIS AND GENEROUS (IT TAKES FROM ������ TO 44  YARDS TO MAKE A D0**EN),HAVE SEVEN POCKETS.  IMPORTED BUCKLES AND BUTTONS THAT WONT  COME OFF. ELASTIC DETACHABLE SUSPENDERS.ETC.  j****-"***  LOOK FOR THE TAN COLORED TRADE MARK ON YOUR OVERALLS,THE LEATHER LABEL.  WE ARE THE AGENTS FOR LEATHER LABEL OVERALLS.  J. A. SCHUBERT, Hedley B. C.  ���������������������������^���������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  on at  HATFO  LAND NOTICE  Average maximum tempt  Average minimum do 0.28  Mean temperature ll.fiti  Kaint'-tll Cor the week    0.00 inches.  Snowfall        "        " 7.0  COHItl-SI'OMMNC;  WfcKIv OK LAST VEAU  Highest maximum temperature HO.  Average maximum  Lowest minimum  Average minimum  Mean  AT  SI"\IIJ,ICAM!''Iv\* LAND I'MSTIIKT  J'lSTlUCTOK Y.-U.K  do  do  do  do  Tllli   "MILL.  Maximum  M0  H'2  nr>  HI  no  .'].*)  .''!>  in.  20.  5.21  Minimum  ft  21  12  21  21  K  AH   our  Dross Goods.   Print's.   ri'innelettes.  Ginghams, Muslins, Ladies' Wool Uiidenvc'ir,  .Hosiery, White wear,   Corsets are being clear-  : ed out. at from'  25 to 50 per cent below Regular Prices  Rubbers and Overshoes going below cost.  -T-AICK XOl'ICK that Axel  ���������*��������� '���������'rani*.  Altn.   oceupath:  If.  Swan.-on, of  pafion agent,   t'ana-  ili.-ui I'aeille Ifaihvay. intends tonpplv for permission  to   purehase   the   following deserilied  lands:���������  ('oiuineiieing nl, a post- planted at the X. W.  Corner of Lot 111 I.S. thenee west till ehaiiw,  thence south SO ehains, thence east Hil chains,  thence norths.) chains, con'ninine- lilll acres,  more or less.  A.vi-:r. It. Sumxso.v  M. J. McKeown, locator.  Out. '-'8th. 11)10 -18-10  Feh 10  20  21  22  2:1  21  2o  Average maximum temperature ''.">.2S  Average minimum do IS.  Moan do 2(5.(5 !���������  Rn in fall for the week 0.      inches  Snowfall        "        "       .'5.0  coiuiKsi'o.vnrxG wi-'.ri-* ok last ykah  Highest maximum temperature 10  ���������  Average           do  do  HI. 1-1  Lowest minimum  do  -12  Average           do  do  10.11  Mearr  do  20.01  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.   Comprising 100 Acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in British Columbia.    All stock wintered iu our cellars and no (hunger of Inning winter killed trees.  Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Orchards. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. MARCH 2. 19] 1.  THEKEREM  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen-���������Famed  Town* and Lower Valley.  week end with  !  ���������i  ���������  Win. Daly spent the  friends in Medley.  Mrs. ('. Ij. Cuniinings, of Princeton,  returned home on Monday after a  week's wish with Mrs. Hans riichter.  Miss E. Corrigan left on Saturday  For Hedley. where according to report  the wedding bells were to ring for her  brother.  Mr.  Hilton   McGregor,   son of J. I).  McGregor, the big cattleman of .Brandon,-Man., arrived on Wednesday last | ^  on a visit at- the home of .1. W. Armstrong.  George Allison left on Thursday for  Vancouver in company with Charlie  Thomas of Princeton, on business connected with some milling interests  aboye Princeton.  Fred Woodman of Vancouver arrived during the week and has taken a  job with J. J. Armstrong orr his ranch.  He is a nephew of Dr. Callahan, who  was in here last fall.  Mr. J. J. Armstrong is offering a reward of $;"> for tire return of a gold  brooch, set with pearls, lost between  his residence and that of Mr. 'Moody,  on Sunday, Feb. 20th.  Ch. Burch, butcher of Penticton,  was in town the latter part of last  week. Beef cattle are scarce at this  time of the year and butchers have to  far afield to find them and then 'pay  fancy prices.  Mike Hetrick and Nigel Ewart came,  down from Hedley by G. N. special on  Sunday and spent a, few hours in Keremeos. Orr their return they were accompanied by Bob. McCurdy.  "Managing Mildred" will be present  in Kichters' Hall on Friday evening.  This will be the last (and it is whispered the best) of the Walker series fortius season.    Usual prices.  M. C. McAuley came down from the  new town of Coal mon t on Saturday  where he has commenced preparations  for opening up in the butcher business  Mac is quite enthusiastic over the prospects of the new town irr the upper  valley. We wish him every success  in his new venture.  F. W. Bentley, the well known  pruning expert of Summer-land will be  in Keremeos about March 10th, when  he will be prepared to undertake all  kinds of orchard pruning. Bates 50c  an hour. Orders may be left at this  office.  H. II. Bartlett of Vancouver, has  been spendiug the past week in town,  we understand that he is interested in  the country up the Ashnola and its  possibilities and will make a trip of inspection as soon as the snow goes.  Elsewhere on this page will be found  notice of the dissolution of partnership of Sauve and McCurdy. F. J.  Sauvu has purchased the interest of  Robert J. McCurdv and in future will  have full management of the Big  Store. All accounts due the partnership are payable to Mr. Sauve and in  order to facilitate matters it is request-  that these be paid in promptly. We  congratulate Mr. Sauve on his enterprise and bespeak for him success. He.  possesses the business ability and  powers of application to business  which will ensure it. Readers of the  Gazette, will profit by reading his advertisement, which will appear on  this page each week in future.  Next to  growing the best  and highest grade of apples it i.s necessary that  they   be. packed  and marketed   in  the  most   attractive style.     It  is conceded  that   the quality   of  Siniilknineen  apples are  second to   none in   the  world  and if only remains for the fruit-growers of this district to put their produce  on the   market in   proper shape   to secure   the   very   highest market  price.  Iu   this  connection   the   value  of the  course in packing   conducted here last  week by  the local   government under  the supervision of Mr. Flack will prove  of  inestimable   benefit  when   put   to  practical utility by our growers.    The  government    certainly  showed   good  judgment    in  selecting  Mr. .Flack  to  conduct the school.    Thorough master  of his subject,   untiring   in    his efforts  and obliging  in his  manner,   he  kept  up   the   interest  of his  pupils  to   the  very    last    and     imparted    sufficient  knowledge  in  the.  art  of packing  to  those  under  him   to enable  them  to  proceed  intelligently  with   the  work  when occasion arrives.  SPRING CLOTHING  It's going to be mi. easy matter for you to satit'y  yourself in Clothing this spring if your come here to  doit. If you have any pet ideas about what you  want you'll find us able to meet them.  Generous Values,  More than Your Money's Worth  That's the idea we're working1 on here. You'll  learn, if you haven't-already;-that we make good along  thas line. -  Our Clothes, whatever their price are a full fifth  better than the clothes that come nearest to them in  intrinsic value at other stores'.  X  FRANK  RIGHTER & CO.  Mrs. Lead beater and daughter were  visitors in Hedley between trains' on  Monday, to-morrow (Wednesday) they  expect to leave for their home in Alberta. They have been visiting Mrs.  Leadbeater's parents, Mr. and Mrs.  John Mattice.  W. A. McLean, who recently returned from accompanying his daughter', Mrs. Gillespie of Hedley,. to California, and is now going back to the  Okanagan to resume work on a contract he has three, spent the latter  part of last week in town.  H. C. N. Etches, of Salmon Arm,  who was with the. survey party working up the Ashnola last fall, and has  since been spending the winter at various places in B. C. and Alberta, ar-,  rived back here on Saturday. Before  leaving Ire intends making a trip up  the Ashnola.  Mr. C. Tickell, brother of George  Tickell of this place, arrived in Keremeos on Saturday, direct from Cumberland, England. Mr. Tickell says  that the winter in the Old Country  has been exceptionally wet and disagreeable. The trip over was made in  exactly two weeks.  Ching Kee entertained his friends  at his annual dinner at the Central  Hotel on Thursday evening last.  Written invitations were sent out and  a very large number responded. Both  in the elaborate dinner that was served in the spacious dining room of the  Central and in the exhibition of fireworks which followed the host spared  no trouble or expense in giving his  friends a jolly good time. So effective  was it that it called forth an after-  dinner speech from "J. J." complimentary to Ching as arr entertainer and to  the appetites which most of the guests  brought along with them. An impromptu dance in Richters' Hall  brought a verj* pleasant evening to a  close just about midnight.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  FIRE INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE -"       KEREMEOS, B.C.  THE BIG STORE  Offer This Week for Cash  Eocene Oil, per case, $4.25  Flour Our Best, per 98 lbs $3.75  Bice, Cornet, per 50 lbs $3.10  Sugar, Granulated, 100 lbs, $6.90  Apples, Ben Davis, per box $1.25  We offer special sales for Cash from time to time.  Watch our ad, and you will find our store is the place  where yonr cash will give you good results.  F. J. SAUVE & CO.  *fe'"������M'i������''������*'l������3������atiM--������-*fe^^  X,  9  X  St'.  9  I  9  9  9  I  9  X  9  X  9  I  9  9  X  X  t  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  ������?^������������?������?������?rp>?������������(l'n^^,W������������^>t������H������WM?>We  KEREHEOS  MEAT   MARKET  Fresh Fish  Every Thursday  E. M. CROOKER  JtkHJtSlJlS������,ilJS<J������,i������J������^'il'i������Hi������aiSt'it5������'it'ili������������������ll  Keremeos-Pentictoii Mail vStasre.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, .Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. WlJLBY, Proprietor.  ������*������-*������M������j*������e**������,*'*������s"*������*������^  ��������� ft  When in Keremeos stop at the , 5  Central Hotel  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  x  X  X  t-  I  ������  f-  X  ������  X  K  *  x  K  K  ������  x  l  ittt'&it*,w*tt*'*w^^^  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains  B. C. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  NOTJGK is hereby given that the partnor-  ship heretofore subsisting between us.  the undersigned, as Sauve. McC'urdy & Co. in  the town of Keremeos, B. (.'., has been this day  dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing  to the said partnership are to be paid to F.J.  Sauve, at, Korenieos, and nil claims against the  said partnership are to bo presented to the said  P. .1. Sauve by whom the same will be settled.  Dated at Iveremeos, H. C this li'trd day of  Pcbruary. A. I>. lilll.  '���������'Kit.mix .1. Sai-vk  8-1 Koiik.kt.I. Mct'i'iuiv  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKX LAXD DISTltlCT  DlSTUIt.'T Ol-'   V.M.K  T-AKK XOTIOK that I. Lome Stanley C'olc-  ���������*��������� man, ol" Kcremcn-.. occupation engineer  intend} to apply I'oi-perini.-sion to purchase the  following described lauds: -  Commencing lit a post planted about If)  chains east or' the south ea.^t corner of Lot Xo.  ���������Jils, thence IKi chains south to a point HO feet  north of the International boundary line,  thence west 20 chains, thence north I'll chains,  thence east -.ill chain- to point of commencement.  Lor.XK Sr.\xi.i-:v C'oi.ic.man  Dee. filh. lliir. 1-1"  SILKS  i.-uge Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOMflY SING, Keremeos.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKX LAXD DISTRICT  DISTORT OK'VALE  'Cake notice that Robert Kerr, of Medicine  x Hat, Alta., occupation Pullman Car Conductor. Canadian I'aeiHc I tail way, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the southeast corner of Lot ill til. thence north 80 chains,  thence east SO chairs, thence south SO chains,  thence west SO chains, containing lilO acres,  more or less.  liOUKUT KEKK  .\I. .1. "McKeown. locator,  Oct L'Sth. Ilild 48-10  ?������t>S5������^������&������S*5S*a  FIGURE OUT  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  W  REMEMBER  offer no land but what has  the  water already on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  ?*  Igr  "ft  ������������������ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  NOTICE  SUBSCRIBE FOIl THE   GAZE'lTE  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKX LAXD DISTltlCT  lUSTlCT Ol-' VAI.K.  'PAICK notice that Alex. .1. *Mathieson. of  J l'inchei-('reek, Alia, occupation commercial Agent, intends to apply for permission to  purchase tiie following described lands:- -  Commoncingnt a post planted about'iilchains  west of the south west cornerof lof ill.'!; thence  north 80 chains, thence west SO chains, thence  south SO chains, thence east 80 chains containing lilO acres, more or less.  Al.KX.  .1. MATllll'SON  M. .1. McKeown. locator  Oct  -iiltll. 'illO. 18-10  Keremeos Trading Company  CLEARING    OUT   SALE  Sweaters, Fur Lined Caps, Wool Socks, Lined Mitts,.  Heavy Underwear, Overcoats, Overshoes, Mackinaw  Men's Sweater Coats; 20 percent off for all the above.  Fresh  Groceries,   Flour, Feed and Hay,   Stationery,,  Candies and Groceries  A Pleasure, to show Goods to our Customers  G.    G.     KEELER, Keremeos, B. C.  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR   HEATING  SIMILKAMKKX LAXD DISTltlCT  DISTltlCT OK   VAI.K  NOTICE  HTAKK N'OTH'K that.Iolm   llichfw-of  kcro-  ���������*���������        ���������mens,    occupation,   Kariiiti'.   intends   to  apply for permission to pure base the following  flcHcrincd lands  Commencing ata. post  planted  at the  S. K.  corner o!   ;.ot 'iO.'i,   'roup I,  Osoyoos,   thence SO  chains cast,  thence-III chains  south.   theiieoNU  west..   1 aoiiee-III claims  noithfo   point of com  mencement, containing 'A20 acres in Tp. f>">.  JOHN HICIITKIt  October iMtli, I'.IIO.  'IMILIvAMKKX LAXD DISTI  mSTIMCT  OK VAI.K.  I (.''I*  SUBSOKIBK  FOR  THE   GAZETTE  'Pake notice that Theodore Clows Phillips, of  J Cranbrook. II. C. occupation CI ML Auditor, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at,a post planted at the southwest corner of Pre-emption L'Hs. thence north  80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south  80 chains, thence east SO chains, containing (ilo  acres, more or less.  Tui-:oi)oi:i-: Ct.ows Pmr.r.ii's  M. .1. McKeown. locator.  Oct -Mill. lillO. 18-1   AND    GENERAL  TINSMITHING  Orders   by  Mail   will receive  Prom pt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting* of all.  kinds, Ditch digging. Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kkkhaikos, B.C.'.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  ItKAI. fc-STATK MINKS  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  Agent for  Loudon  & Lancashire  Pile Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  IyKRKMKOS, li. G.  ADVERTISE    IN   THIS    GAZETTE.

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