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Array rilbrsirinii .  Legislative Assembly   innv 10  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume XII.      Number 7.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, MAliCH 2,  1910.  <*$&������������    ���������fc-'-OO, L\ Advance  flS.GLnRKE  til  Jul  tit  i  N. TllOMPS   N 1'IIONK SBVMOOKo!)4'"  MGJ'. WKSTKKK CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  ,    Oftioos and Warehouse, 817-1*3 JBoatty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  A.  F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 13, .A. F. & A. M.,  are held on the second  Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren aro cordially invited to attend.  a. H..SPRQULE, S. E. HAMILTON  W. M Secretary  L. O. L.  The Regular ' meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1744 are held on  the  lirst and' third Monday in  every month in the Orange Hall  gp   Ladies meet 2nd and 4 Mondays  Vtsittii'' brethern arc cordially invited  W. LONSDALK, W. M.    -*r  H. K. HANSON, Seo*t.  R.  F������.  BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel. No. 27  PENTICTON,  P. O. Dka-vkk 160  B.  C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL   ENGINEER  and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  U/alterClayton  "'���������-"���������*" "Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY TO  LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  V  H6dl6U Opera House  ft. I. JONES, Manaoer  A  large,  commodious "'hall for  dances or other entertainment.  GREAT  NORTHERN  HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  ��������� Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Hotel  te  ,���������*  x ���������*  I Grand  Union $  ,*0  ft  X  X  HEDLEY,   British Columbia 9  X  X      X  X  X  X  X  X  X  .������  X  X  X  9  X  X  X  X  X  .9  ff  I  X  X  X  Rates'���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.   WINKLER,      Proprietor  All kinds of fresh anil  cured meats alwayK on  hand. Fresh Fish on  sale   every   Thursday.  HEBSEBSBnf  R. J. EDMOND, Prop.  's Most Efficient  Response to War Gal!  A reader down the valley sends us  this week an article taken from the  Chicago Tribune, a leading American  daily.  The frank  nnd   impartial   spirit   in  which this artieleris   written will commend it to our   readers,   citing,   us it  does, actual facts   and   circumstances  from our own national life.   ���������  The article follows:  Immediately   to   the   north 'of   the  United States lies   a   great   dominion  more   closely   resembling   the United  States in resources, in   men and women,.in laws and traditions,   than i.s the  ease with any two great   neighbors in  other parts of  the   world.   The problems of tiie  United  States become the  pioblems of   Canada,   or   with the sequence occasionally reversed tire problems   of Canada become the problems  of the United States.  England was plunged into war overnight, and with her went the empire.  The empire's fight became the light of  Canada and Australia and New Zealand. There was no talk of delay.  The call to arms came from the Canadian government, through the vigorous voice of Sir Sam Hughes, and the  answer to that call was and is as inspiring a spectacle of superb patriotism as the world has- ever seen.  JUST  IlJEGUN TO FIGHT.  Like tlic mother country, Canada  has just begun to fight. From a population one-twelfth the size Of our,  Canada,enlisted, equipped, and trained  33,000 officers and men in six weeks  and shipped them overseas, followed  by 20,000 more, this total representing  the Canadian forces in France and  Flanders today.  That was .'followed by a bout 00,000  men now fully 'trained and in England  ready to be sent iiccross the channel.  That, was followed by 130,000 men now  near the end of their training period  iu Canada. Here are nearly 250,000  men already under- arms.  And now Canada is raising her force  to a total of 500.000 men. Everything  seen in a ' tour., of eastern Canada  makes the observer certain that the  half million will be raised, and that  more, if needed, will follow.  HIO INCREASE IN DEBT.  At the outbreak "1 the war Canada's  net debt was $332,000,000. At the end of  1915 it; was $515.144,0151. Omitting  expenditures influence-! by the war,  the direct cn.-t of the confict wa.s $14ii,-  000,000���������and that this is on a steadily  increasing ratio is shown by the direct  war expenditures of recent months.  The total for the first seven months of  the current fiscal year, beginning  April 1, 1015, was $u'3,000,000,. an average of $9,OUO,00U. November's war-  cost was $13,000,0110 and December's  $19,200,000.  A half million men pledged and a  nonthly cost of $19,000,000 already!  They are figures Lo discourage the  oidinary country one-Twelfth the  size of ours. Hub Canada is as far  from discouragement as any one could  be.  WII-I. ������������������'lUHTTO  I.A.ST MAN  "The last man, the last gun, the last  dollar for the empire," one hears on  every side from men witli enormous  "ncomes who have enlisted as piivates,  from women who have smilingly and  proudly sent their husbands and brothers and sons to tiie front.  The slightly infirm swear to the recruiting officer that they are in perfect  health and able to flirlit; striplings cry  with rage whin the recruiting officer  tells   them he   doesen't   believe   thev  have yet reached tin- minimum age  limit. There ate no pacifists seen in  Canada.  This army of men has been taken  from a comparatively small country.  This Hood of money has gone from an  industrial' 'infant, and more is going.  And here is the amazing situation���������  Canada is not only holding her own,  she is not only advancing credit to the  mother country, but she is witnessing  a prosperity, temporary at least,  which in many ways is more astonishing than that of the United States.  HAS I5IG TRADE IIAf.ANCE  Taking a twelve months period ended with October, the figures for the  last three months being unvailable,  Canada in 1913 .imported goods worth  $074,313,000; In 1915 she imported  goods worth $121,077,000. In other-  words, she spent. $253,000,000 less in  foreign markets. On the other side of  the ledger,'she exported in 1913 $405.-  000,000. Last year she exported $509,-  000,000.  Her profits from foreign sales in  creased by over $100,000,000. From a  debtor nation to the extent of $209.-  000,000 a year she is transformed to a  creditor nation Lo the extent of $88,-  000,000. Her trade balance is bettered  by $357,000,000 in two years.  Canada formerly had to borrow  heavily. England ottered aid early  in the war1. Securities were later sold  in New York. Against the advice of  many, Sir Thomas White decided to  float a $50,000,000 war loan in Canada,  and Canada's subscriptions, almost  over night, were more than double  that amount, so that the loan was increased and $100;q6o,000 sold,_ancl eye-r  then people were disappointed.  "WHEAT AC'tlEAGE GROWS IN 1914  In 1914 Canada raised 101,000,000  bushels of wheal. The government  told the farmers more muse be raised  in 1915, first because the empire would  need it, and only secondly'because the  farmers would profit. Canada sowed  more'.-acres than ever before. By  phenomenal weather conditions Canada raised mm eT per acre than she  ever did before. And prices were high.  The result has been astounding wealth  of prime basic value.  The   crop   reached the total of 376,r  000,000 bushels, far more, than double  the   1914   crop   and   more th.in 50 pet-  cent   better   than   the   best   crop   in  Canada's previous history. L  .   The   British   War. Office   gave    instructions   to  Sir Sam  Hughes,  Canada's ininisterof militia, to obtain 100-  000 empty   shells.    Every one  said he  would   have to   buy   them   from    the  United   States, as  Canada's  steel was  .of the   wrong variety.    Sir   Sam   had  one of the   mills make a   simple shell,  and it was adjudged Lhe peer of Ktig-  land's shells.    Then he had other mills  experiment at completing the shells.  Canada is now turning out from her  own factories���������the factories which  "could not make good shells"���������1,200,-  000 a month, and orders for 22,000.000  are placed.  METALS INDUSTRIES   SHOW GAIN  Her steel mills are developed as never before, and 100,000 men, mainly  skilled artisans, have sprung into industrial existence. She needed copper  industties, and copper band factories  to make the bands about the shells  sprang info existence. She is making  blister copper now, which may be lire  prelude to a big copper refining business.  Canada needed zinc which always  had been handled poorly and consequently was a distinct loss in ores.  Now it is a distinct asset, because it  can be separated at a profit. Canada's  antimony ore was never thought conr-  Continued on Patco Four.  Leap Year Ball Brings  Out Record Attendance  The Gazette's predictions in a recent  number, with regard to the success of  the Leap Year dance, were all more  than vindicated in the record attendance, splendid swing and general success of the whole affair.  Bertie Jones and George Bcale had  gone to the woods and brought in a  supply of evergreens and the young  ladies had used these to decorate the  hall with the result which called forth  expressions of surprise and wonder  from all lips.   ���������  On entering the hall and putting up  the price, the "mere man" was handed  a leap year favor, a. heart pierced by  Cupid's dart (a tooth-pick) this heart  was attached by a piece of baby ribbon to a clothes peg of the spring  variety, which the hapless swain was  supposed to attach to his coat pocket  or lapel. Invariably she of the  gentler sex had to do the attaching as  Mr. Man would be too nervous to successfully perform the operation.  Arrived in   the  dressing  loom and  having deposited hat nndovercoat the  adventurous M. M.   (Mere   Man)  willi  proud mien and throhbing heart sallies  forth to  meet his  fate.    But Fate  is  kind anil he at once is   accosted   hy  a  very young and  charming  lady  who  asks him if he would like to   be   introduced   to   a   lady.    "Yes,"   no sooner  said than done, and   he   finds  himself  bowing  and giving  his  right aim  a  jSiipporc for-tlie/parl-tier. "Tiie."dance is  on and in the midst of scores of other  couples he and his fair lady are lost to  view and thought.    The system with  which every newcomer  was  made  to  feel at home and to enjoy himself, put  absolutely to shame the  conventional  indifference with which one meets the  other   when   the   Lords   of   Creation  have the manipulation   of  the  atfairs  ' of a dance.  The members of the dance committee weie distinguishable from the  other ladies present by the presence  on their right arm of a little heart-  shaped badge affixed with pretty red  ribbon.  There was no confusion. The ladies  did the asking, the announcing, the  introducing as well as attending to  the comforts of their guests until  after the supper and its succeeding  waltz, when the gentlemen assumed  the responsibility and relieved the  now very happy committee.  Everywhere were pierced hearts and  music, the music of smiling faces, of  merry laughter, of rhythmic movement. The dreamy waltz, the swinging two-step, the quick schottische,  the Spanish waltz and the stately  quadrille in quick variety, rounded  out an evening of unparalleled success  and splendid enjoyment.  The orchestra excelled   themselves,  not only in variety,   but  irr   time  and  tone, lending to each  separate dance  its own peculiar mystic touch.    There  is   no   queetron   the   members    have  played themselves into   the  hearts of  Hedley   dancers.    Mrs.    Sproule   and  Miss Doris   Lyall relieved  the  strain  and they were assisted by some of the  gentlemen with the aid of the pianola.  It  was  aftsr three  in the morning  when at last Miss Lyall was requested  to play the lovers'favorite, the "Home  Sweet   Home"   waltz   and   the dance  was over.  But what of the pierced hearts?  The little chubby fellow was there in  many air ardent glance aud fervent  pressure of the hand. It was his  night.      Why    grudge     the  Eiojitcen Planes  Crossing Gem Lines  Mr. and Mrs. Kobei-t (.'lure have received a brief but newsy letter from  Hill Innis, which they kindly loaned  us and which reads as follows:  France, January 23, 1910.  Mit. and Mrs. R. C'lakk  Hedl.-y. H. C.  Dear "Friend: Received your ever  welcome letter- some time ago; so will  try and scratch off a few lines tonight.  Was around to see A. Freeman. He  got my address from that famous  letter.' So he wrote to me and gave  me his address. He left England  shortly after I did, but neither could  get the whereabouts of the other, until he saw my address in the paper.  I stayed and had after-noon tea with  him.    Arthur poured the tea.   ,  We had a great time talking over  old Limes and what we thought about  the mud in France, not forgetting to  say a few words about Fritz's.  Charlie Christinia was over to see  me the other night. He was looking  for Billy Liddicotte, who one time  last summer was attached to the engineers that I am with, but it was before I came over from England.  One thing Arthur' and I regretted  was the good time we were both missing at the rink this winter. But if  we ever get back we will pay up for  lost time.  Say, don't let all the girls get married before we get back. Try and sa've  one for me. ' -   ' ���������--.-- ���������-....  Things have been rather quiet on  our front, except for the artillery, aud  they do a lot of shooting.  On bright days we >ee lots' of aeroplanes. This afternoon there were-  quite a few up; and one day we counted  eighteen of our planes crossing over  the German lines. Never heard how  they niai.ii-out. AVi-1 riji#_r ���������������(!'. Yours  sincerely, /....L INNia.'.-���������''���������  cherub   the   chance   that   comes     so  seldom.  Amusing instances. of course occurred. The little quips were everybody's as the smiles belonged to all.  W'hen Tom Smart found a heart with  the letter "L" on it he quickly guessed  "L for Lizzie." But Lizzie says "the  man who finds her heart will have to  be smarter than Smart." .  The thanks of the committee are  extended to the orchestra. Mrs.  Sproule and Miss Lyall. Mr. Cormack  for clerical assistance, the ladies of  Hedley for refreshments, the people of  the mine for attending. Bertie Jones  and George Benle for decorations, and  George Riddle for the use of his magnificent voice in announcing,  The committee regrets that on account of sickness Mrs. Forbes, one of  the patronesses, whose sympathy has  been in the movenicni ft0111 the beginning, was not able to be present  except for a very few minutes.  The Belgian .Relief Fund is richer to  the amount of nearly $20 as the proceeds of this.dance.  Father John, the. new priest for thip  parish,   arrived  .Saturday   for an inspection of this section of his territory.  "He   visited   the  mine and the Indian  Mission   and   declares    himself    well  pleased   with   the   appearand! of  the  district.    His headquarters will  be at  Penticton, where he will hold services  three Sundays during the month. The  territory is large and it is going to  be  quite,  a   job   to   cover  iL as he would  like to do.    He left Tuesday for Pen-  pretty   ticton by way of Princeton.  rian  Mitt THE flEI'LKY ('ALETTE. MARCH 2.   I'.'H*  SEbe Ifeedley  Lions aiid   subscriptions  -117 31  ��������� ' ������������������    < and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Yisw-       ���������*'-���������"'���������  -   I Uniti'il iSlatuxr... .      .   .-'..Ml  Advertising Rates  Mi'iwuii'inciit. I'- lines to the inch.  Transient Ailverilsements���������iifit. excecrliMf' one  ,-inch. Sl.lli for one insertion. 25 emits for  eiii-h !-i|lisiM|iiont insertion. Over one ini-li,  10 rents imt lino for lirst insertion mill fi  cents nor line, for uacli sulisuriuont insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������(Jnt! inch per monlli  $I.Si*i: over 1 inch and tip to I indies. SUM  per incli perniontli. To constant iidvurtisers  tnkin-r lii'VJi- spuee t.liaii four inelies. on  !ip])lii-iit,ion, rules will lie -riven of reduced  eluirtres. lmsed on size of spuee nnd length  of time.  Corlilicato of [inprovcinents ' $l<'.00  (Where more tlnin one olnhii appears,  in  notice,   $2.50 for cauli additional  claim.) "  A. \i. S. STANLEY. Editor  $2,500 SS  N'OTK���������-Loss and Gain Account  ���������Year 191-1.  Year 1915.  Had   nceiiunts.  Lo-s   . $ 283 S3  '$ 550 31  109 00  ���������1-17 31  '?*  Report  si  ah  The .-imiu-il report and financial  staleiiii-nt of Treasurer Dick Collin, of  tin- Hospital Society, which we promised in last week's issue, appears  lielow.  Hedley people, owe much   to   the di  rectors for the very able  and  efficient  way in which they have   administered  the a'Vaiis of the  hospital   dining   the  past vei y trying year.  That l In- overdraft, should be such a  small nfi'air ($150. i5) is a mat tor for  congrai ula tion.' especially when you  set 'nit against it the very considerable, total of cont.riliulious which leave  our town eveiy year for the support  and up keep of the hospital at Oroville. ( Ti'some systematic effort could  be made in addition to the annual  ball there is no question i he existing  overdraft could In: wiped out and a  fund established aiming to do away  with the necessity for  its   recurrence.  ASSETS  Furni.-hings   Loss and   gain   Property    Savings  Bank.....   .  Accounts receivable.,  ..$1,0-19 50  .. 272 51  . . 4:303 19  .. 2 51  ..     455 35  $(i  ,733 09  LIABILITIES  Capital account.   . '$������  .570 til  Bank  overdraft   ��������� $0  150 45  ,733 09  LOSS AND GAIN ACCOUNT  DEBIT  Bad  accounts.. ;....  ..$ .  109 00  Pay roll   .'.  1  574 80  Mess   503 29  Fuel and light :...'.  235 13  Genei al expense   12-1 81  Medical   supplies   5T 90  10 95  $ 550 31  Curietit    cash     account,     Deccmhir  Ml, *9!.->:  RECEIPTS  1945. Jan. 1  To I in la nee on hand . . .'.  100 52  II. C. Government  -155 00  Daly Reduction Co., Ltd. . . S90 55  Sundry accounts receivable 172-11  l-l.-dley Hockey Club  40 00  Hospital   Bali  130 75  Savings   account  405 00  Hi la uce  (overdraft)  150-15  $2,-122 71  DISBURSEMENTS  By  Mess $   503 2!)  General   expense  90  II  Wages        1574 SO  Laundry         10 95  Fuel and "light         70 35  Medical  supplies         51 90  Furnishings        109 30  $2,-122 71  SAVINGS ACCOUNT  Dee. 31st, 1915 .  1915. .Ian. 1 phimt  To balance $159 21  Interest         8 33  Bv current account. . . $-105 00  i  Balance on hand.... 2 51  PRINCETON,  B.C.  AGENTS   FOR  Imperial Oil'C'o., Ltd., and  John Deer Plow Co.  The Convenience of a  Joint Account  A JOINT- .Account may bo opened in the  *-*��������� names of two or more persons. Whichever one can most'conveniently reach the bank  can then deposit the joint funds or'withdraw  tho casli needed.    It saves time and trouble.  Flour,  DEALERS  IN  Feed    and  51  Grain  Extra special prices on Wagons, Stoves and Ranges, Washing Machines, Farm Implements, etc., etc.  BUY NOW and SAVE MONEY  YOU NEED THK GOODS  VvJ":     NUED     TIIK     FhOOL";    .SPACE  FOB SI-JUNG   STOCK    c-  THE  OF  78 Years in Business.    Capita* and Surplus $7,884-,000.  Hedley Branch       -       -       C. P. DALTON, Manager  'Instruction by correspondence is the cheapest and best way  for the poor man."���������Thos. A. Edison  fi. fi. AVERY. ProD. and Mcjr  WOOD for SALE  TEAMING  $107 51  Trial balance, before  closing  Hospital   bull   General  expense $121 SI  Furnishings .,.   1019 50  Pay roll.-    1571 SO  Nursing....   Mes<-  '..-   503 29  Medical   supplies  ...      5190  Fuel and light   235 13  Government fees....  Laundry -        10 95  Loss and gain   B.C. Govt, grant. ...  Buildings   1270 55  Entsrtaiment hockey  club   Saving Bunk Acct..       2 51  Bunk over draft   Accounts receivable.    5G4 35  $107 51  Dec. :*1  1915  $ 130 75  1412 00  455 00  299 02  3500 00  40 00  150 45  All kinds of team work done.  Wood for stile.    Prices   reason  able.    Terms cash.    Apply  GEO.  H. SHELDER.  Leave  orders afc Gazette office.  PRESJBYT E RIA N  CHURCH  Services   every   alternate   Sunday   at  7.30 p.in  Pastor,  R. G. ST 15WART  16 Nickel Plate  Barber shod  SATISFACTORY, SANITARY  T0NS0R1AL  SERVICE.  This sliop it equipped with  Baths, and all the latest  Electrical   Appliances.  W.T. BUTLER,  -  Prop.  NOTICE  $2,615 SS  CBEIJIT  Nursing account. $1,412 GO  Government Fees         455 00  Hospital ball 130 75  Hockey club entertainment..       -10 00  Bad account collected         15 19  Transferred year  1914      2SH 88  Loss, yea r 1915      272 51  $2,015 8S  This is to certify that I have examined the books of the Hedley General Hospital Society and declare this  balance sheet to be a true statement of  their affairs.  S.  L. SMITH, Auditor.  EXPENSES���������1915  Wages $1,574 SO  Mess           503 29  Fuel and light      235 13  General   expense      124 81  Medical supplies        51 90  Laundry        10 95  $2,500 SS  EARNINGS-1915  Nursing account $1,412 00  Government fees      455 00  Hospital ball      130 75  Hockey club        40 00  Bad account collected        15 19  $2,059 5-1  Expense over earnings, dona-  $5999 S2   $5999 S2  Trial balance, after closing.  Furnishings $1049 50  Loss and gains     272 51  Capital account."  $0570 64  Property  43513 19  Savings Bank         2 54  Accounts receivable.    455 35  Batik overdraft  150 45  $0733 09    $0733 09  Spokane- mining men aro making  extensive plans for the annual Northwest Mining convention, which will  be held there March 20 to 25, under  auspices of the Mining Men's club,  Spokane Engineering and Technical  Association and chamber of commerce.  In connection with the sessions the  second annual ore show will beheld.  This, according to L. K. Armstrong,  chairman of the arrangement committee, will include exhibits not only  of the well known ores but also of the  rare minerals, to commercialize, which  an earnest effort will be made.  Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, British' Columbia, Alberta, Alaska and Yukon Territory, all will be  represented by delegates and ore displays. Delegates also will be present  from California, .Utah, Colorado and  other western states.  P. G. Shallcross of Vancouver, arrived in town .Saturday. He is adjuster for the insurance company  \vhich has the risk on the Similkameen Hotel, and came to look over  tho ruins and hand in a report.  MIX KRAI",, ACT  Certificate of Improvements*.  Spotted Lake and S|)ott*Hl Lake No. 3 Mineral Claims, situate in tho Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District. "Where located:���������N'oi-th  end Krti'*ur'iMoiuitain.  Take Notice that 1, R. 1'. Brown, as agent for  Silvester Rnyburn. Free Minors Certiiieiite  No. 750!)S;B, intend, sixty days from dat-e hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a Ccrtilicate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tho above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  suction .'*7. must be commenced lieforo the issuance of Kiieh Certiiieiite of Improvement,  Dated this ll'th day  of December. A. D., 13 lo.  C<OAI* mining rights of the Dominion, ii  ' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  tho Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories and in :i porlion of thu Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-olio years at an annua! rental of SI an  acre. Not more limn 2.C0J acton wi be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant, iu person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the rights applied for  arc situated.  In surveyed territory the land niiiHt be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurvcyod territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out y the applicant  himself.  Kaeh application must be accompanied by  fee of ������."i which will be refunded if the rights  applied lor are not available, but not other  wise. A royalty shall bo paid on the merchant  able output of the mine at the rate of live cents  per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full (inutility of iiicrchuiiLiiblo mined  and nay the royalty thereon.    I -soul min  ing rights are not being operated sir      returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  Tho lease will include tho coal mining rights  only, but tho lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for the working of the  mine at thu rate of $10.uu an aero  For full information application should be  made to the .Secretary of the Denartmeiit of  the Interior. Ottawa, or o any Agent or Hub-  Agent of Dominion l^ands.  W. VV. COKY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.K.-Unautliorized publieati this adve  tisement will not bo paid for. '���������> u'ui  TheyVe  You admit the International Correspondence  Schools are a good thing. You'd take a  course right now "if"���������"except" ���������  "If'what? If you weren't so "overworked," with such  "long hours," or had more strength and energy? Didn't  John Mitchell get his training after working 12 hours a day  as a mine boy?  Wasn't it Edison who stayed up half the night to read  every get-at-able book on electricity? Didn't he educate himself in spite of every handicap you could ever have? Spend  as much time in I. C. S. study as you do in reading the newspapers and you'll get that promotion before you know it.  All big men who have made their mark iu the world had  the ambition���������the determination���������to improve their spare  time, to train' themselves for big work. You, too, can possess  power, money and happiness if you'll only make the effort.  The reward is great���������it's worth it.  Here's all we ask: Merely mail this coupon. Put it up  to us without pa}'ing or promising. Let us send you the details of others' success through the I. C. S., and then decide.  rfc the Coupon \ and  Mai! it Now  Complete Mining Engineering  Fire Boss  Melal Mining  Metal Prospector  Complete Metallurgy  Hydrometallurgv  Milling  Complete Coal  Mining  Complete Civil Engineer'g  Surveying and Mapping  Bridge Engineering  Structural. 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INNIS  Proprietor  Wlimilfmnniyt^imi\UMmjimim.m.ifiwwvMUk\A������iwvRm  PAINTING  PAPER-HANGING  KALS0MINING  TERMS MODERATE,  DALY AVE.   -   -   tiEDLEY, B.C.  Hedley   Gazette  $2 per annum  Bow KeeJLaundiy  Only First Class Work  Laundry Delivered Anywhere Is*  \  I'1  iii  THE HBDIMY GAZETTE, MARCH 2, 191C  ^teW4M'������<������'a''������%'^'^'iicfe'&fefe'M'fete'^  X  X  X  X  K  X  X  ������;  I  X  K  %  i  t  X  X  X  X  *-"*  X  .X  X  ti  ft?  a  ti  _0F---  Boots and Shoes I  Specially Reduced  "*&  11 James Stewart |  ������i Groceries,  Fruits and g  Jg Vegetables J  Vl    ���������������- B"  !J������tlil������t^������lS%������t*l������E������t'������������t'������������:������,.l?^J*?'*S'*,,*J������l*5>t6S  J   TOWN AND DISTRICT  J  Mrs. Webster arrived Tuesday for a  short visit.  J.   lliggerty   of   Bromley, is registered at lhe Grand Union hotel.  Fra.nk   Shall,   of   Oroville,   arrived  Tuesday and is registered at the Grand  ������������������'Union Hotel.  Iii  '   For stomaGii  and Bowel TrouDle  fledley Drag & Book Store  Hedley, E5. C  Ri-jiI the ads.  E. .Slitison, Ceo. II. MclCenzie, \V,  I). Morrison and H. .M. MrKihliin appear on the regi.-ler at I he (ireal N'm-  tliern as Tlutr.-ilny arrivals.  Tuesday's train brought" Mit-.s Doris  Lyall home from I'l-inceion wher-i' she  lias been a.ssi.-ling her brother in tin  drug store for a .slim t t-iinc.  J  There will be .service  in  St.   John's  Church next Sunday at 7:'J0 p.m.  Born on   Wednesday   March 1st, to  Mr-, anil Mrs. J. YVirtcnnn, a boy.  Mr.-. Anton W-'ink|.-i-, has ln-en under the weather with an attack of  grippe, for the past I'eiv days but is  now reported well on tin; road to i e-  c.overv.  0  ���������  *>  >  ���������>  0  0  We Are Cutting Ice!  GeMiiiL*' ready for the hot Summer   <I*tvs   which *>  are Ixmiul lo come in spite of*all -lack'   i-Yost   is $  doing at; the present" time. ���������  WE  CUT   ICE ! I  .In   the  matter   of   QUALITY'   G ROCK KIRS |  also, which we are selling* at war time prices. %  Mrs. Wallace and infant baby and  Miss Wallace left Tuesday for their  home at Merritt.  Mrs. L,. A. Clarke, of Green Mountain, is in Medley on a visit to her  daughter, Mrs. Fobes.  I  Mrs. Sclniltz and Miss Abbott  were  } business visitors to Princeton between  trains Tuesday.  j. F. Smith of Vancouver, repro-  I;! sen tins* James Roy, is in town for a  |,i business visit.  I': >  Arthur Mattiee and Alfonso Taddy,  Bij were Keremeos visitors in (own Tlturs-  h, <lay and Fridav.  1 The annual meeting of the Grand  Ornnp-e Lodge of British Columbia  will be held in Princeton in 1917. The  procuring of this honor is quite a feat  and we most heartily congratulate our  neighboring town of the black din  p monds. Hedley and district can be  V depended upon to render all possible  aid.  J. M.-tlone of Nelson, came in on  Saturday's train to renew old ac-  quai'itnnces in the gold burg.  The Great Northern Hotel has fitted  up.-i. room for a sample room which is  a great benefit to the   travelling man.  Billy Waugh has about completed  the addition to his shack on the corner of Scott and Irene, rt'will be occupied by George. Slrekler.  At the hist meeting of L. 0. L. No.  17-1-1 arrangemenls were begun for the  holding on Tuesday, April ISth, of a  Hard Times Dance under the auspices  of the above local organization. In  view of past successes of the social  a fl'aiis under taken by the order, the  success of this hard times dance is  assured. Don't forget the date. April  IS.    More particulars later.  Divine service will be conducted in  the chu.cli on Sunday. March oih at  l.'HO p.m. Subject:���������The word of lhe  kingdom diversely leceived. A hearty  invitation is extended to all. Prencner  R.'U. Stewart.  & LYALL  I "STORE OF QUALITY"  Mr. Jamicson met with a painful  .accident the other day when theshaip  end of a pick caught in the web of his  lingers on the right hand nnd tore the  flesh hack for several inches. Under  the care of Dr. McEwen be will soon  have the use of the hand again.  Mr. .J. Corrigan, of Hope ai lived  last week for an extended visit with  his sons and daughter here. He enjoys the distinction of having several  boys at the front fighting for the freedom of the world. He is well known  in Hedley and has quite a pleasant  time renewing old acquaintances.  Hand  Fund.  a.   dollar over to the. Tobacco  P.    Ii.  Hicks  were  T.     Slattery,     t epresenting  Stewart of Vancouver,  and  C  of   the   XV.'  H.    Mail-in     Co.  amongst the  "genial  representatives"  who   visited   Hedley   the [last week.  Our   most   seasoned   pessimist would  collapse if thrown much in the association of these- enthusiastic knights  of  the   grip   and price   book.    As a cure  for  the  blues   we know of nothing to  compare with it.  4  G. J. Brady, dispenser of "smiles,"'  in a wholesale way for Pither &  Leiser fit' Victoria, made his periodic  visit last week. He heard rumors to  the effect that our water system had a  running fight with.Tohn Fiostthis winter and came to the rescue with a rush  order for some thirst-quenchers.  The*-  e  $  Mr. Shelden Breeden, who has been  with George Riddle all winter, has  moved out to the ranch of Andy  Winkler and will try the chicken  business this season. There is rumors  that Andy is figuring on peanuts,  bananas, and lemons also on the ranch  this year.    Sou'ie climate. -  Mis. M. J. Eraser and daughter arrived on Tuesday's train, coming from  Armstrong by way of the Okanagan  Lake, Kettle Valley line to Princeton  and Great "Northern to Hedley, a  short but trying journey. They came  to join. Mr. Frasei, wlib as the successor to Herb Freeman is making a host  of friends iu Hedley. M. J. is already  enthusiastic about Medley, and now  that his family is here feels right at  home. Similkameen enthu-insm is  infectious.  We regret to record the illness of  Mi.-s Tompkins our popular school  principal. She is fighting.- an attack  of pleurisy which has inside itself aggressive for a few days,, but in view of  the fact ,.that the end of the month  was near Miss Tompkins gamely finished the month's work and made up the  reports. Hedley people will anxiously  watch the fight, hoping for her complete and early victory. ��������� ���������  To do your part throughout $  the New Year to support the |  dependants of the brave men $  who are fighting your battles t  at the front, taking your share |  of the heat and stress of the day $  11. D. Kenny, of Kamloops, representing E. G. 'Piior & Co., one of the  oldest firms engaged in the hardware  business in the west,arrived on Tuesday's train and is shaking hands with  old friends iu the intervals between  booking orders. Mr. Kenny has been  oil' this territory for some time, and  in consequence will likely take back  ;t nice fat order for his firm when li  leaves on today's train.  Leo Brown is contini-d to the hous ���������  as the result of a very painful accident  which befell him on Monday evening.  Me was returning from work,and was  on the skip on the last section near the  crusher level when the lid of his lunch  pail came oil". He jumped off and secured it and ran along to overtake the  skip, bur forgot that there was asbort  trestle work just there. As a. result  he fell through and sustained painful  hut not serious injuries to his right  shoulder, hip and knee. Dr. McEwen  was called and expects soon to have  him on his feet again.  Mr. Bryant has reeeivi'd  the following letter from Dan   Dolleinorc;  So--rjiwiiickis in Fhaxcu,  January IS, H'lu'." '.  .Dear Bill: Just a few 1'i'rrcs ' to let  you know that 1 am in the best of  health, hope you are the same. Mow  is the old Similkameen looking? I  hope it i.s paying better than it used  to do. 1 Kiiess Hedley is awful lone-,  some since all the boys have joined  the army. 1 see by the papers that  the 51th Battalion has arrived in  England. 1 have not heaid from.  Frank yet. 1 do not know his address, so I cannot write to him. E  have left my unit: am now at tho  barracks somewhere in France.  My address isXo. 107,103, Pie D. D.  2nd C. M. R.'s C. E. F.. 3rd C. D. B.,  France. Drop me a line if you have  any spare time, as it is awful cheering  to get a letter once in a while.  M. .lacombs, Neville _ and Arthur  Coles were all in the best of health the  last time I. saw them, two weeks ago.  I guess you know George Perley.  I saw him out here. He is a full  corporal now. He often speaks about  Medley. Guess he is wishing he was  back on a good tool.  Well   Bill,  guess   1   bad better draw  to   a' close.     Will   write later.    Good,  bye.    1 remain your sincere friend,  DAN DOLLEMORE.  f -     -*'/>  ������.  ,--1 ���������'  <  1   t  i~-J4>\i* S.i  "V >&  -���������"^^f^-^^'^il^ll  Get "More Money" lor your Hy:  MUSKRAT, FOXTS, WOLVES, BEAVER, FISB&t, TV  WEASEL end oilier iur ucircrs colivcied in your section  SHIP VOUIi FfSIH iMKJCCT to "SHUtJEHT" Hie la  house in the Worl.l dealing exclusively in "J'luTil A81ERICAN RAW 1  a reliable���������rc-Mpinisibie���������safe Fur Huusc ������������������villi an unblemished  iitrition existing ;'or "more ihan a third ot" a century." a Ions:  cessfnl record of senclinx 1'ur SliipperK prompr.SATIS KACTC  AND PROI'IT-AI'LIC returns. Write for "OTtrc .���������g>Iiulicrt Shipper,"  the only reliable, accurate market report and priee list published.  Write- lor ii���������NOW���������������'������������������������ FIHiE  A  R ^f-ITIRFRT lv������n 25-27 westaustinave.  A. JO. jnUDLM, fiUC. DeptC107CHICAGO,U^.A.  Very nearly   a score of [icople came  down   from the   mine to   attend   the  leap   year   dance.    They   came   fully  prepared to enter  into the enjoyment  of the affair   and   are.   today   loud  in  praise of the   splendid time' they had.  But then those fellows are getting into  the  habit of   "skipping"'   down   here  every now and then and taking one of  our   girls   hack   with   them   to   keep  house.     Whether  history   will repeat  remains to  be seen.    The roll ca.ll this  time   iucuded;   Mr.     and   Mrs.   Tom  Smart, Mr.   nnd Mis. Morrison,   Norman     Dewar,        Euiil   Nelson,     Ole  Skr.-inus,   Angus   Xickolson, W. Ites-  corl, Viola Messenger,   Kat.y Mainbly,  Mrs.     Williams,     Airs.     Bysouth.   .1.  Williamson,   T.     Peterson,   IJjalniar  Graniast, ICric   Lundgien. J. A. Scutt,  and M. L. C!e/,on.  In a letter to Mrs. G.  P.   Jones,   VV.  ���������D. Fullmer tells some very interesting  news.    Me   says   that Blair Mills and  Yorkie (Joe  Meher)  have  transferred  into   the   miners   arid   have   gone  to  France, light-to   the   front.     He   also  states that the 51th machine gun section went to the front and   they  have  created another one in   which are Roy  and Tommy Corrigan, Bobby Robertson and Hod McDougall.    Joe Bothci-  liiitn   has  joined   the signallers.    The  Hedley boys, who were all in   Platoon  No. 10, tire all split up now into  other  platoons   and   units.    The letter   was  written early in the   mouth   and   it  is  possible   the   Mist   two    named   may  have seen actual service.    The interest  of Medley  and   Keremeos   people   will  lit; deepened a.s'we follow tiie career of  these   men,   who   are     fighting    our  battles for us.    The   editor   has  Bill's  address and will be glad  to give  it  to  any   who  want  to  write to him or to  any other of our boys.  i    Nickel Plate Nuggets   V  Mrs. J.-Snell arrived last week fiom  Greenwood to join her husband. They  will make their home with Mi-, and  Mrs. Weary.   : ' '  There was something* doing when.  Mr. and Mrs, H.-unill arrived here.  The charieva.ri accounted for all the  surplus noise and the. people of Hedley  thoughtthere was another earthquake.  The happy couple are making their  home with Mr. and Airs. J. Holland,  Air-, and Mrs. K. O. Peterson went  to Oroville last week. Mrs. Peterson  has been troubled with a gathering in  her ear and it was thought advisable  to consult with the Oroville doctors.  60   YEARS  ������&r EXPERIENCE  The long deferred presentation to  Mr. and Airs. L. S. Morrison took place  .-it last the freight blockade having  yielded finally to the aggression of the  lailroail men. A splendid silver cab.  inet was the present from the men in  the mine and there were a number of  other tokens which were given at the  same time, milking the young housekeepers thorougly happy and proud of  the place they have found in our hearts.  Read all the ad's.  Traoe JVI arks-  Designs  Copyrights &c  Anyone sendlne; a alcctch nnd description mat  ���������Ii'lel-ly iisenrtiiiii our opinion free whether an  im-eiitlon la p-otiiibly pnlnntiiMc. Communion.  UonsBtrictlycoiiildentinl. HAHUUOOK on Patents.  -imt free. Oldest nponcy for securing patents.  I'ments taken tlironch Mtmn & Co. receive  Ciwiul notice, without ulnirco. inttiG  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly, '.urgent cir.  dilution of liny Hcientlllo journal. Terms, 83 a  jour: four months, $1. Sold hy all nowsiioalors.  WM ������ Oo.361Br&ad^Jew York  Unweb 'Wlla-, 1-J5 w St- Wnshinfton D. 0.  OUR. FUNNY BONE  "Get away from hero, or riL.en.Il my  busband !" threatened the hard-faced  woman who hud just refused the  tramp some food. "Oh, no, you won't"'  replied the tramp, "because he ain't  home." "How do yon know ? " asked  the woman. "Because," answered the  man, as he sidled towa.d the gate, "a  man who marries a. woman like you is  only home at meal-times."- -Dallas  News.  mi i������i minim THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.",'MAROH '?. 1910  "The Big Store"  their line which comprises implements, Hour, feed, grain, oil,  stoves nnd ranges.  General  Merchants  Mrs. I). J. Taylor entertained  a dinner party on Friday, it  being the anniversary of her  birthday and also her nephews,  1). Cawston, jr.  -Word was received from the  InniS,boys last week that they  had received their Christmas  hampers'.'that hud been sent  from Keremeos.  KEREMEOS, B.C.  KEREMEOS  '���������''' Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Tickell on "Wednesday, March 1st, -a  son.  Mr. Corbett, manager of the  Canadian Bank of Commerce  here,[accompanied Mr. Coleman  on a business trip to Olalla' on  Saturday.  Coleman. &������������������ Co. 'shipped another car of hay to Princeton  this week.  Mr. Lee was in Oroville last  week having some dental work  looked after.  D.J. Taylor of the Similka-  nreen|Fruit Land Co., purchased  a beautiful glass house from A.  Perly and has had teams hauling it down to his property at  Similkameen.    'prosperity is transitory���������quite as well  as the far seeing ���������"American' knows  that his present prospeiity is transitory���������but they are not stopping with  today.    They plan   for tomorrow.  They plan commercial campaigns,  and the .settlement of their enormous  undeveloped lands by the men who  return from the front, and, some protect ion of the industries, born in wartime. .'....-..'  And meantime they fight���������how well  is known to all who have read the  story of Yprcs and Langeinarck and  St.'.lulien. Tiie men who come back  temporarily disabled reenlist at the  lirst opportunity and go back'to fight  for king and -.country-.- Canada is  proud of the men who are making her  industries, but she is prouder of the  men who are saving the empire.  5,000 Facts About Canada  H. Mausette of Princeton, is  here doing some plumbing work  for XV. C. Ditmars.  Mrs. L. A. Clarke of Green  Mountain, is visiting with her  daughter, Mrs. D; J. Innis.  A notable addition lias just  been made to the agricultural  literature of Canada, in the  form of Volume 1 of the Annual  Report of the Dominion Experimental Farms for the year ending .March 31, 1915, just issued  from the press. This contains  the report of the Director, which  gives a brief but comprehensive  survey of the work throughout  the system, followed by the  detailed reports from the Divisions of Chemistry, Field Husbandry and Animal Husbandry.  H. Tweddle of Keremeos  Center, has been delivering another car of coal this week.  Miss Florence Daly of the  Willows, is visiting with Miss  M. Armstrong for a  few   days.  We are glad to report that  Mrs. F. B. Gibson is doing nicely  owing to the serious scald she  received.  T. W. Coleman drove to Cho-  paea last week and found the  roads in a very muddy condition.  Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Clarke returned from Oroville on Saturday after having some dental  work done.  Mrs. Tickell was a passenger  to Oroville last week and was  accompanied by Mrs. McKenzie  of Similkameen.  Mrs. J. Dignan returned home  to Princeton on Saturday after  spending a week here with her  sister, Mrs. E. D. Fargo.  The Great Northern made a  special trip to Hedley on Monday with a car of dynamite for  the Daly Reduction Co.  After the exceedingly cold  weather Keremeos is certainly  enjoying the beautiful hot sun,  and the mud is drying up the  last few days so that it i.s he-  ginning to look somewhat like  f-pring.  Elsewhere appears the advertisement of Messrs. Avery &  Avery of Princeton. They are  making a   bid   for   business in  's Most Efficient  Response to War Call  Continued from page one  mereially   valuable, but now   Canada  is producing antimony not only for its  own use but also forexport.  Her potash is now produced from  the kelp beds of the Pacific���������the same  kelp beds which the United States  ignores but which Janan has long  utilized. Her distillation of wood products has added heavily to potential  industries.  The waste smoke from her indus  trial plants is now producing a 'material indispensable to shell making and  subsequently to be utilized for- the  making of dyes. Her advance in  chemical milking is so great as to warrant a lengthy treatment of that subject alone.  CANADA TO GET WAR HKN'KFITS  Canada, is supplying 'her war needs  in a measure which even Canada did  not dream was possible. But there is  much more to the development of the  last eighteen months, for almost every  one of these new industries is an industry of pence as well as war.  Canada will emerge from flu? war  nearer to industrial independence,  nearer to a. permanent place as an exporting instead of a debtor nation  than she ever was before. In brief, in  time of war Canada is preparing for  peace.  It would he mad to sny that the  whole sky is rosy. It is not, and the  sound bankets and manufacturers and  merchants of the north country  know there must he a reckoning.  They know someone must pay. They  know they will have acquired a debt  which the peaceful Canada must pay  off by haul labor. They know thai  only rare luck will give tin? farmer ���������  the strongest figure in the dominion  as in the United States���������another  wheit crop worth $HV2.~>00,40{) and  other crops in proportion, such as was  raised last year.  They   know much   of their  present  The public will welcome the new  issue for 1015 of "5,000 Facts About  Canada." the 'popular and valuable  cyclopedia of Canadian dates, compiled I>y Frank Yeigh, of Toronto, the  well-known writer and lecturer on the  Dominion.. No up-to-date and intelligent.'Canadian can afford to be without this "hardy annual" which is a  revelation in -.concrete form of the  wonderful growth of our country in'a.  single year, despite war conditions;  indeed, it circulates all over the world,  and as such is a splendid advertisement. The chapter of "War Facts" is,  hy the way, both timely and illuminating. Fifty other chapters are devoted alphabetically to every phase of  our national life, from Agriculture to  the Yukon, while several sketch maps  are of high value. Copies may be had  from newsdealers or by sending 25c. to  the Canadian Facts Pub. Co., 58S  Huron Street, Toronto, Canada.  A local item in the Prineville Crook  County, Oregon paper mentions Prof.  Glaze, well known in Hedley in connection with the work of the band and  other musical effort. He is still prominent in musical affairs, Prineville  people easily falling under the charm  of his rendition.  ��������� KBRBMLE0S-PEKT1CT0N  ROYAL MAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves  on   arrival   of 9.30  and-1 o clock trains.  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO     STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  ...We Want Your Electrical Work...  Fixtures and Supplies   the    Jams Electric Co.,  Limited  General Electrical Contractors  570 Richards Street, Vancouver,   II. C.  WRITE FOR ESTIMATES  EI ED LEY  MlSTIlODIST   CflUKCH  FRANK STANTON, B. A.  Minister  Services will be held the Second and  Fourth Sundays of the  month  at 7.30 p. m.  Where Are  Your Interests  "f Are they in this community ?  H Are they among the  people with whom you  associate ?  IT Are they with the  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  business ?  If so, yon want to know what is hap  pening in this community. You want  to "know the goings and co'iiings of  the people with whom you associate,  the little news items of your neighbors  and friends���������now, don't you?  That is what this paper gives you  in every issue. It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the interests of this  town. Is your name on our- subscription lists'- If not you owe it  t.o yourself to see that it is put  there.    To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.'  HEDLEY  GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  KwmmwMU  WJMMHIWHIIIIWttHVWIIfllBaail  iummurmimuMumw  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF-  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  TRY  US  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards-  Bills of Fare  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  ;;        Visiting Cards  WE GIVE SATISFACTION  READ==  Then Think!  Now that you have cominen-  ced to read this article, just*  keep right on to the end, and  then you will have absorbed  meat of the cocoanut.  What has this town ever done  for yoii<* It has fed you, and  clothed you, and housed you,  and given you employment  ���������and'kept .the wolf from your  door for these i nany years.  It has done more. It lias furnished you recreation, and enjoyment, and has guided you  safely over many of the  stones that beset the pathway  of life.  It has ''praised your good  deeds and has thrown the  mantle of charity over your  questionable ones.  It has been, and is, YOUR  HOME. But what have YOU  done for the TOWN?  You are making you money  here but where are you spending it?  Are your buying goods from  the local dealer, who pays  and otherwise contributes liberally to the ' upkeep of the  community anil your home,  or are you sending your money away to some catalogue  house that wouldn't lend you  a five cent piece to save your  soul from purgatory?  And now you have reached  the point where we want you  to stop and think, and think  hard, and to a. sane, sensible  and patriotic purpose.

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