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 '.,',-, ;  ������������������'&  CTbe H4c  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B. 0., THUESIMY, MAECH 24, 1910.  Number 11.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practico in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  CC  T������  Fruit Growers  w.  H. T.  GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  MCRK  Block  PENTICTON,  -      -      B. C.  Geo. H. Broughton  B.C. & D.L.S., Graduate S.P.S.  Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor  Wade Block, Penticton.  JflS. 6LflRKE  Watchmaker  HEDLEY*", B.C.  docks and Watches Tor Sale.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters'for Tourist Travel.  Kates Moderate.  A. Barnes, Prop.       Penticto.v, B.C.  A. MEG RAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real Estate.  Mines,  Crown ��������� Grants   Applied   For  Under Land Act and  Mineral Act.  DO you want other  fruit-growers to tell  you how  Nico Soap  and  Vermoid  helped, them to turn  insect destruction into  profitable production ?  Nico Soap is an absolutely sure death to  sucking insects.  I  Vermoid is ,  ation for the  tion of Wire  Eel   Worms  i prepar-  destruc-  cut and  and   all  AROUND THE WORKS  Hedley's   Premier   Mining-   Industry  Busy Scene These Days  other soil pests.  Information  Avill be  sent you if you write  A. S. HATFIELD  Kaladen, B.Ci  ^  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Fire Insuranco Co.  Calgary Fire Insuranco'Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  United AVireless Telegraph Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B. C.  ft j jaw* A GO.  TEeButchers, Hedley  ���������-������������������  We do riot belong to the  Beef Trust nor are we  wholly opposed to Vegetarianism, consequently,  we keep on hand  Choice Meats  of all kinds  and the nee  to  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B. C.  First Class Accommodation.. Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER; Proprietor  HEDLEY BARBER SHOP  Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  essary  with them.  Vegetables  go  GIVK VS YOUR. ORDERS  Phone No. 4.  ft J. IK ��������������� GO.  To Buy Cheap* Pay Cash.  Family (Groceries  The Hedley Gold Mining Company's  reduction works mid mine are alike  busy these days, but the former excites the most interest because of the  changes in progress .and to be made.  Many new men have been taken on  the pay-roll during the past fortnight  and more are wanted���������both surface  men and mechanics.  Most of the work is completed on  the tramway trestles, the largest of  them having been overhauled. There  are two smaller ones to do yet but  Paul Bradhag'en's gang have transferred their activities to excavations  work around the mill getting tlie  foundations ready-for the two 00 foot  extensions to the north end. The  upper extension will accommodate.the  tube mills and Deistor tables and tin  the lower one will be two fifty ton  Oliver filter presses. These machines  have been ordered and tire on the  Avay;  The event of the week in the power  house was the tinning over on Monday and Tuesday of the new compressor,- which started oft' as steady .as  an old plough horse under the small  amount of steam' turned tin for trial  purposes. Yesterday a shut down was  made to permit the working con nee  tions to be made with the air pipe and  the main steam pipe fiom the boilers.  It is expected that today will see every  thing leady to permit it to take its  load full swing.  The machine is a cross compound  condensing Corliss steam-driven air  compressor with high pressure cylinder 18x3G and low pressure cylinder  30x36; fitted also to a huge Pel ton  water wheel developing 300 horse  power, to run-by water, when there is  sufficient water available. It avi'11  supply 2100 cubic feet of air per  minute.  The water has increased most satisfactorily during the past ten days and  there is now enough to run everything.  Diamond drilling will commence at  the mine as soon as the drillers, who  V. V. & E. CONSTRUCTION  Work on the Western End to be Undertaken by Large Force  Construction work on the V. V. &  E. railway at Abbotsford is about to  be started. Mr. Alex. Kellett, of, Spokane, superintendent of the firm of  Messrs. J. W. Stewart & Co., contractors, is in the city today, conferring  with Mr. J.H. Kennedy, chief engineer  of the Kill line.  Mr. Kellett, avIio is at the Hotel  Vancouver, Avill leave this afternoon  for Abbotsford, where he will establish headquarters for the contractors.  The firm intend to erect there a huge  Avarehouse for thestorage of supplies.  He will be accompanied to that point  by a number of subcontractors, including Mr. Martin Welch, of Spokane,  who intends to tender for various sections of the work between Abbotsford  and Hope a distance of'about 51 miles.  The entire line has been located and  the surveys-are now being revised by  engineering parties.  Mr. Kellett intimated that grading  outfits are now enroute to the scene  of the point Avhere the first work will  be undertaken. It will prove of a  heavy character and it is proposed to  use several steam shovles. Six weeks  at the Litest will see the construction  camps established along the route and  the entire Fraser river valley section  under contract to subcontractors.  DEFENDS B. C. FRUIT  Martin Burrell Takes Minister of Agriculture  to Task���������Hon.   Sidney  Wouldn't Take It Back  THE   DOG   NUISANCE.  In  What Shape   Would  Hedley  be  Rabies Should Break out Here.  if  have been wired for can get here.  Last week Mr.- Knowles made a survey up the creek for the new pipe line  up Twenty-mile which is to supply the  batteries, vanners, classifier's, cyanide  tanks and boilers independent of the  power flume.  TAKING A TUMBLE  Shrewdest Citizens of United States Beginning to See Where They Stand  With Regard to Canada.  HAIR  CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed;  Hot and Cold Baths In Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  KKGULAH monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. ������, A. F. & A. M..  are held on the second Friday- in  oaeh month in Fraternity hall. Hedley. Visiting  brethren aro cordially invited to attend.  Fresh and Seasonable  at the  Cheap Cash Store  MRS. G.B. LYONS.  Try  iv-avwwVA  W. J. FORBES  W. M  H. D. BARNES,  ' Secretary  E. A. C. STUDD  HAROLD MAVNK DALY  Using  STUDD & DALY,  Member.-* Vancouver Stock Kxchtunjo  Real Estate, Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  738 Hastings Street W.  Opposite New Post Oilico  P. O. POX 90(5  Vancouver, - - B. C.  K. H. KOGEKS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C.  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  PflLfl6E  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  Boston, Mac's., March 17,  the tariff question as his chief argument' in his strenuous campaign- for  election to congress, Mr. Eugene N.  Foss, ti millionaire manufacturer, in a  speech yesterday declared that if  elected he would do all in his power to  effect better reciprocal trade relations  with Canada. Mr. Foss gave a warning to the audience that unless the  tariff barrier was removed a million in  capital would cross the border line.  "In fact, in the past 10 years, fully  $170,000,000 of American capital litis  gone to Canada," said the speaker.  Mr. Foss also, in seeking election from  fourteenth Massachusetts district,  said in part: "We need Canada more  than she needs us. In a few yetus we  shall have to beg for favors that now  she might Avillingly grant."  Local horsemen have strong views  on the dog question; and from what  they say it is no wonder .that they are  in favor of a general dog-extermination campaign...., Not only is the town  over-run Avith a lot of useless curs, but  some of them haA'e the vicious habit  of running out at team's, and in some  cases jumping up and 'catching horses  by the nose until the horses can scarcely be driven past Avhere these dogs are.  The dogs in Hedley. might- easily In-  divided by ten, and then there would  be more left than there is any need for.  Owners of dogs may not know, but it  is true nevertheless, that if a dog runs  out at a passing rig and causes a runaway, the owner of the dog is responsible for any damage that may be done,  and moreover, in cases where people  have been killed in runaways caused  in this manner the owner of the dog  has been indicted for manslaughter  and found guilty. '     ������'.  In Ontario, within the past three  months, there -have' been dozens of  people bitten by mad dogs. In Toronto alone 21 persons tire undergoing  treatment for rabies at the Pasteur  Institute besides the large number  who went to New York for treatment  there, and a boy bitten in Hamilton  died of hydrophobia. Several hundred head'of cattle mid'horses have  been destroyed as the result of having  been bitten by mad dogs, and it has all  come about as the result of allowing  any and every person to keep dogs  whether they were prepared to look  after them or not.  Martin Burrell,'-; Yale-Cariboo, said  that good work was being done by the  provincial government of British Columbia in protecting orchards from  pests and Mi*. Burrell quoted from a  speech made by the minister of agriculture in which he said thatin quality  and flavor the fruit of Quebec was superior to th*it of British Columbia'. He  could not admit this claim. The member for Yale-Cariboo then gave figures  as to what is being accomplished by  British Columbia and stated that the  Dominion fumigation station in that  province was not up to the mark. In  view of the complete local '-machinery  evisting. Mr.'Barrel said a strong feeling exists that in the event of this bill  becoming law there will be no clash  between the federal.and provincial authorities. He fully recognized that the  objects aimed at Avere good.  Mr. Fisher said that  he could take  no exception  whatever to the statements made by Mr. Bhrre.ll.   Splendid  work Avas doubtless   being   clone by  British Calumhia. If the other provinces Avere doing as well there would hot  be much necessity for the new legislation.    He Avas aware that the fumigation  station in: British Columbia was  noL   sufficient to    meet  the requirements and he would have taken steps  last year to enlarge it,.-but for his intention to introduce this bill. He must  insist, however, on giving the palm in  fruit production to Quebec province,  which  both as to  quality and flavor  produced the best apples in the'Avorld.  Nevertheless he appreciated  the fine  quality of British Columbia fruit and  congratulated that province.  APPRECIATED  Similkameen's Representative Wins Golden Opinions From Outsiders  (Vernon News.)  Mi-. L. VV. Shatford is to be congratulated upon the striking manner  in which he set forth the many natural  advantages and resources of the Similkameen and Lower Okanagan districts in his speech supporting the  Penticton Railway Bill. It is not Mr.  Sliatford's habit to indulge in frequent  or lengthy orations; but when he addresses the Legislature he may be depended upon to say something worth  listening to. He has been long noted  as an untiring worker in the interests  of his constituency, and his efforts to  secure better transportation facilities  for his district cannot fail to ,meet  with hearty appreciation.  MUTUAL LIFE CO.  No  than  ance  year  Vancouver Province)  more gratifying: financial state-  that of the  Mutual-Life Assur-  Company   of Canada,   for   the  1909,  could  be  submitted to an  GREAT ATTRACTION COMING  COLONIAL  WHEAT FREE.  Is  HEDLEY   B. C.  If A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phono li.        INN IS  BROS. Proprietors.  When   writing    Advertisers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  the Demand to be   Made   by  British  Tarriff Reformers���������Will Force  the Issue.  London, March 17.���������It is understood  that the tariff reformers Avill propose  a two shilling.'* duty on foreign wheat,  and that colonial wheat would be admitted free.  Hospital   Donations  The Hospital board beg to acknowledge receipt of the following subscriptions,  .T. T. Ryan $10.00  Mr. Malcolm, traveller for Cleo.  11. Gi*egg & Co., Vancouver,       5.00  ,   Commencing Friday night April 1st  the splendid Eckhart company, including Miss Josephine Deffry, in an excellent    high-class    play,    comes- to  Fraser's Hall in  this  city for an engagement of one night.     The offering  will be  "Paid in Full," and if you fail  to see it you will have missed a wonderful per-formance of a very interest-  ingcomedv. It is oneof the distinguished   and' immediate   successes   which  swept into favor.    It will  be the first  time  this  brilliant comedy has been  seen in  this city.   There is a succession  of psychological surprises, an intense    undercurrent that  keeps   one  quite  apart from   the delight in   the  searching   satire,    the    double-edged  humor, in the sparkling lines. Judging  from conventional dramatic standards,  as is written  in the recognized key of  pure comedy, it is one of the best of  modern times. The play Avill be beautifully mounted and excellently acted.  Prices 75c general admission and $1.00  for reserved seats on  stile   Saturday  March 20th, 28th, 29th,  30th, 31st and  1st at  the City Drug Store.     This attraction is guaranteed, or money most,  cheerfully refunded.  interested public. The Mutual Life is  one of the oldest institutions of the  the kind in Canada and the continued  increase in its business abundantly  proves the favor it is in with the people.  During the year the company wrote  in new business, all of it Canadian,  $8,125,578, an increase over the previous year of 190S of $877,114: the insurance in force on the thirty-first of  December last was $59,201,959, an increase over the previous year of $4,-  508,077; the assets are. now $14,518,442  or $1,534,778 more than in 1908.  The reserve valuation of its current  policies is slightly over twelve millions, this reserve being calculated on  a mixed standard of 4 per cent.,34 percent, and 3 per cent. The reserve  value under the uniform government  standard involves a somewhat smaller  liability. On the company'--, own valuation its surplus is $2,2(59,692��������� ,*t sufficiently substantial amount on this  volume of business; while on tho government standard it is $700,000greater.  Half a million of this surplus was earned dining 1909. The assets are mostly  in mortgages, with $4,S5S,000 in debentures, and $1,818,000 in policy  loans.  During the year $384,527.2(1 was paid  in death claims and $240,137 in matured endowments*. The company enjoyed its share of business in this city,  where Mr. William J. Twiss is malinger. THE   HEDLEY-GAZETTE,  MARCH 24, 1910.  Cctt  imam ������a#  a������4  Sirailkameen Advertiser.  i but so far' as Canada  was * coricei-ri'cd ���������  j there, was.nothing-to negotiate and no ; |  t^**5^-^1^^-^!^^-?S-^^^*W*WR^W-^*6*-5*-!  &'  ; spec ions,, sophistry could explain away < ^  rwuect on Thursdays, hy the Hiinu-'v Ga/.kttk i the acttial.-figtires of a balanceof trade ! |{  l'l4!X*i'IN'������ AND rUMt.lSlIlNO C'O.Ml'AN V.  i.i.MiTKii.   at ITcdlev.  H. O.  of "two  to' one"  'aga'inst. her in her j K  Subscriptions in Advance  Ptr A'ear..- ���������  "   (United SUteu) ........'.  Advertising Rates  Mcasiireiiient. 1- linc-f* to the inch.  commercial  dealings with   the United ; *������  past.     As  told, them   in    Chicago  the  ������������������.... : States   for   several   years  . 2.50 "Graham  j other  day, - Canada, was  fully.. cogni-.|'^ V  zaut  of -what was in   store   for   her  fit  Land Notices���������O'ertilleaU-'K of improvement. <"fe- | "'~   "         ""    : "   "      ,"     ������������������""��������� "������������������'j*>*  S7,(i(M'oi* (10-day notices, and Sfi.UO for 30-day ��������� muler   the   Payne-Aldrich   maximum, j ������,  nonces.  Trunsient Advertisements���������not exceeding' one  '    inch, !j!l.(IO for otto insortlon. 2h cent-*-; for  citcli subsetiuent insertion.   Over one inch,  III cents per lino for llrst insertion nnd o  cents tier line for each subsequent insertion.  .Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  Sl.-J.-i; over I inch and up to I inches, SI.OO  per inel''per month. To constant advertisers  fcnkins larger space than  four inches, on  application, rates will be given of. reduced  cli;u*i:es, based on size of. space and length  of time.  Advertisements will be changed once every  . mouth if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftcner than once a month  the  pi-icc of coiiiposition.will.be charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the oilice by'noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.   .  A.'MEGRAAV.-Atanaeinjc fc'ditor.  but she was neither unable nor unwilling to incur her full responsibility.  In other words it was.simply  "Lay oni Macduir,  And daniiu'd be him that llrst cries   "Hold,  enough!"  Fielding is now in Washington, Called thither by.President Tiil't i'tn-a final  conference and it is hoped he will not  allow the 'President to blarney him  into, receding .a-jot fro'in','the slant!  taken. . ��������� . .      .  :���������-.-'���������.. .vw^>:*''.:*<*^'-'.;':;'*:.;;ti.Li--;:'v^.--*-.x>.<:.'~-  '.'������������������in  %M ������������������  :n:'.*5.',  ;i^f;*:5]|i:::-  &W*W9SS������  . -,w������������������~...,���������^KT.,-,I*1jii.(;iSli',ffii.mH..���������rf-::,..  BANK OF  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  STANDING BY. HER RIGHTS  There is, nothing -tho government of  Sir Wilfrid Xaurier  has done that is  more,  worthy of commendation than  their  handling-of the .tariff negotiations -with-the United States, and it is  safe- lo say that in   this they will have  the  entire  and   undivided support of  the opposition.    Had Fielding been as  t aivitil to maintain the same stiff back-  hone in his negotiations with Germany  .a   iiaitrii    better   arrangement would  have   iieeh  accomplished'  there   than  that under   which   Canada is about to  be  invaded   by the  representatives of  German   manufacturers and  German  business  houses.     Germany  took  offence tit the  British .preference  find  thought she should have as favorable  terms in the  Canadian market as Britain,   and  to  visit her displeasure on  Canada  proceeded  to put on a surtax  on Canadian imports   to that country,  upon which   Canada retaliated  with a  good  stili. surtax  on. German goods.  A few   years of that   was sufficient   to  show Germany  that in her treatment  of 'Canada she had only  been biting  oft" her  nose to  spite her face  and finally she made overtures with Canada,  to  withdraw  the surtax,   which  the  government were far too ready to do,  and as a result  they acceded  to the  German request for commercial peace  too quickly without due consideration  of the  terms upon  which that  peace  was to   be granted, and agreed  to an  arrangement hy Avhich it appears that  Germany   got   the  best of  the  bargain.  In like   manner  the  United  States  thought    that    they  should   have  as  favorable  treatment as that accorded  to  France  under  the   special   tre.-ttv  made   with    that   country,   notwithstanding  the fact  that a high   tariff  wall   hits always been  maintained by  the   United  States  against  Canadian  imports and the balance of trade with  Canada,   was   "two   to  one"   in    their  favor.     The big stick was held  out in  the shape of a. maximum tariff against  Canadian     imports    under    the.    new  Payne-Aldi-i'-h larilT Law which would  automatically   conic   in  force   against  Canada,   on   ilii*   first  of April  unless  Canada came to them before that date  with some   other special  arrangement  to   have   the   blow   warded  oil'.     The  Canadian   government   paid no attention to   the  bluff and then   Washington   took  its  position  on the anxious  seat going  so far as to  send special  commissioners to Ottawa to negotiate,  The 'government- appears to have  been unfortunate in its selection of  location for-the demonstration orchards. The first arrangement was to  establish.'���������������������������three and place them all in  the' Okanagan. This'' was strongly  combatted inTvootenay and with very  good reason. The next ..move was to  add three, more add locate the other  three, at Kootenay points .which while  being* in a measure a repetition of the  original blunder wtis perhaps more  defensible than the first inasmuch as  the. fruit-growing areas of the 'Kootenay'district- 'are'more scattered than  in the. Okanagan;-.. but the chief iniquity is to locate three in; the Okanagan and'three in the Kootenays and  leave Similkameen without any. The  case for the Similkameen as put by  the writer of the letter in another  column,- signed "Keremeos," is timely  and to the point and the views expressed therein should be. backed up with  concerted action on the part of till  residents of the valley.  X  X.  x  &'  x  x  if  ,x  K  s?  x  3?  X  X  X  a!  X  :X  X  iV  X .  i^������'HR,^������.������������WiS%>i!;l5^5r������j^^f������������������E^>58j  Great Northern  Hotel  A new house containing ruoro bed  room accommodation than any  other hotel in town. Table and  bar   first - class. , Hates  moderate.  TH0S. BRADSHAW, Proprietor  X  n  x  x  X  X  3  X  X  -5  X  X  X  -S  ���������8  x  a  X  X  X  X  X  74 Years in Businesi  Banking t>y IWeill  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  is 11 great convenience to those who  live some distance     '  from town. ,  Deposits.inay be sent in, cash ch*awn,or other business transacted by mail, Avithout any trouble or delay.  Write or ask our Local Manager tp explain our,  system to you.  Hedley Branch,    -   -   L. G. MacHaffie, Manager  BOW KEE  LAUNDRY  illed for ������  ed. Satisfaction Guaranteed  Hedley,  Washing called for and -deliver-  B  C  WlIKN'    AXSAVERING ��������� ADS.     PLES.VE  MENTION   THIS PAPER.  JUST- ISSUED. Ed.ja  CMef, Prr.'W.T.ri������n,������3,for'!aer-U. S.'  Com.'of Edsrca&n,. The -Wdbstcr  Tfa^iEicn DeveEsncd 'hy Modem,  SciencificLesrcocrapby Key ts Lit-  eratsire of Seven Cenferies. 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MEG RAW, local Agent  Tlie Monarch Typewriter Company, Ltd.  /, local Agent 93 King St. West, Toror  ������  We may be able to still further improve Victor Records���������though  we hardly know where.  They arc 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 RECORDS���������90c. for the two.  If your dealer cannot supply you  Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record.  Write for catalogue of over 3,000 Records and watch  the, papers for list of new ones every month.  <3>  ������  WE H/-4VE; MONEY  to invest in any sound proposition.  XirrsSoer, Co-gi! or  /\gricoltuira.l Lor-ac3s������  Muko a c-loai- sketch and write fully in your fii*.st It-lk-i* if ynu  want n definite answer.  \A/estern Ganada investment  Co.  Suite- -4S F^JeicFk. St  Vancouver, B. C  Berliner Gram-o-pSione Co., Umfted  Montreal. ^^j  A Bents Wanted Everywhere. ������j  in  ������\\VK������  9SSmmmgSSm  &  We a.re the "Western Distributors of B. C.    of    Victor Talkmg Machines, Eeliraer Gramophones emd  Records  DYKE, EVANS <������������CALLAGHAN;  536 Hastisn^s St., Vancouver.  Hedley, Princeton and Keremeos can buy all Beliner-Victor Goods at, Montreal |  Prices from L. C. Rolls &. Co., of Hedley, B. C���������No Freight, No Express %J  ;;r^,.^pi^Y:&Al^G^,;'M^J^H 24 ', 1010.  f    ,  Town asad. DisfcrM:.  Yesterday's . traifc was delated for  -.'.hp'd'rs^'-vyith--,',&'iiQudsii'de down' the '.valley.  /"';���������; '���������":���������:-;'���������',   ["������������������;j   ���������������������������'"' .:-- .'        ''���������'���������  Detective   Barren, of  Vancouver,  was in town last week for a. couple of  :.. days. ; ���������'-'������������������''  -.'Mrs. 'Cooper and Mis. Jamas'Elm-''  hirst, of Keremeos, were in town on  Friday .last.  ;   BenJSTyrris,  of.(jraiid Forks, formerly of Hedley was in town  on lYiuii-  ' day calling oil old friends. . .  Government agent Hugh llunler  made another of-his'peiiodical collecting trips to Hedley this week.  Mis. Bev. J. Thufbui n-Ooini paid a  visit to Hedley on Friday last, the  guest of Mi. and Mis. S. L. .Smith.  Rev. A. If. Ransome, of Keieineos,  was in town the foie pait of the week  the guest of Di. and Mis. MeKwen.  Mr. E. Waleiman, gcneial manager  of the Veimillion Forks Mining (Jo..  of Piinceton, was in town on Tuesday.  Mi.    S.  li.  Hamilton    letuiued  on  Satuiday last   iiom a   trip   to   Sand  . Point,  Jdalio.  and  on  Monday  went  back to woik  in ohaige of the vannei*  floor. "  That antiquated humbug, the dii-  velling hypocritical chain letter is  again in evidence. Numeious people  in the distiict'are leceiving them. The  - proper thing to do is lo shove it in the  fire.  On Mau-h 2Sth, Easter Monday, at  7.80 p.m. in the church an Eastci program will be piesented by the Union  .Sunday School. All aie invited to'at-  tend. A collection .will be asked foi  the libraiy. >  General Superintendent Jones is in  need of mechanics of v.uious kinds  for alterations going on at the works.  Every man who comes along and is  capable of the work lequiredof him  is now sine oi a job.  Mis. Bevely, Miss Myrtle Maclean  and Mr. L. G. MacHaffie went to  Keiemeos on Saturday afternoon, returning Monday. Mr. MacHaffiie  drove back Monday morning to he in  time for opening tho bank.  ������������������-,- Angus Lamont.. was. down fi-CTin  Pi-itice.ton last weykT ^This was his  first trip to Hedley since the'Labor  Day celeh,r>itioh> of 1908 and the acci-  fleht'which.' attended 'hinvc-n tlie W;ay  home. This time ; he came by train  and .thus run no risk of being run over  by any vehicle coming behind. Like  many other old timers of the district-  he seemed in those early days to have  obtained the elixir of eternal youth  and at bis advanced age is still hale  and hearty.  Bev. A. H. Cameron, of Keremeos,  'is an ardentphotogiapher and has attained a degiee of excellence in the art  that few amateurs need hope to icach.  At an' exhibition in Winnipeg held  several years ago, he was successful  in cairying off eight first piizes with  seven exhibits, getting fiist prize for  each and first for the collection. He  has recently added to hisphotogr-iphic  equipment a telephoto for taking pic-  tiuea at long distance,  a  thing  that  will come in paiticuhuly handy in a  distiict like the Similkameen. and during the coming summer ho is likely "to  get some fine views with it. i  General sm'-prise was expressed  around town when it became known  .it the beginning of the week that L.  O. MacHaffie, manager of the Hedley  bianch of the Bank of B. N. A. was  being transfeired to the coast, and  that his place heic* was to be taken by  Mr. 11. A. Hincks. who was foimerly  tellei here and had 'been moved  last July to Victoria. Mi. MacHaffie  has ,b<jen ^manager here since the  branch was opened in the spiing" of  1905, and was legardedqs a permanent  -i > ���������*-  fixture in the town with, whose interests he had been identified in so many  diffeicnt ways. It is therefore with  regret that townspeople andeustom'eis  of the bank see him leave.  Road ; supervisors are advised from  Victoria that they must notify farmers and others who nniy have heavy  teaming to do that'they must not haul  over the rords any heavy loads unless  they have the regulation wide tires on  their wagons.  The Society column of a coast paper  the other day had reference to certain,  bon ton doings at the residence of  Madame Hoodless- and Mile. Shirtless.  It is now up to Mrs. Sockless to have  something at her house and thus keep  up her end of society.  The Nicola News, the latest claimant for public favor, recently started  at Merritt, bears evidence of healthy  growth, The business people of Merritt must certainly be enterprising  and public-spirited judging from the  support they are giving it..'  Mr. H. A. Hincks arrived from Victoria to-day to succeed Mr. MacHaffie in the management of the Hedley branch of the.."Bank of B. N. A.  Mr. MacHaffie goes to Vancouver  where he will take his. holidays before  being sent to his new field.  Dr. McEwen has a railway hospital  dowii at the old sawmill, where the  commissariat has been fitted up for  hospital work and all the more serious  cases occurring up on the construction  work are brought down here for treat  ment. J. Boucher is in charge as nurse  and already they have . had several  patients to look after.  Col. Jos. E. Caven. at one time  editor and manager of the Kansas City-  Daily Times, and more recently manager of the Denver Times, is in Hedley  as the press representative of the,  splendid Eckhardt Theatrical company  that comes to Fraternity Hall for one  night onl.y, April 1st. The conipany  is a first-class one and should be liberally patronized. Prices will be 7a cts.  for general admission and .$1.00 for  reserved seats*. Tickets are now on  ��������� sale at the City Drug Store.  Once, .again the.re has been the reminder that fire may. break out in the  dead of night in any hotel in tlie valley. Tn how many of these arc* the  fire escapes in order and every precaution taken to provide for the safety of guests? How many hotel men  are there who give a thought to the  matter- from one end of the week to  the other and how many eon.-:l.ables  are in position to say whether the lire  escapes are all in order, and yet sections 8 and 9 of the Fire Escapes Act-  lays that responsibility on all provincial constables. Do they all realize  that this responsibility rests on them,  and what are they doing about it?  The Similkameen Star announced  last week the contemplated departure  of Rev. J. Thurburn-Conn fiom Princeton to Waidner on the Crowsnest line  in the Cianbiook district, wheio he is  to report on the fiist of April. A student fiom Queen's college, Kingston,  is being sent in to take the Princeton  field until next fall. When it became  known that Mr. Conn was to be transferred to Waidner some of his friends  in Princeton interested themsalves in  raising sufficient stipend to bring the  Princeton allowance up to what it was  for the whole field before Hedley was  detached, but as the superintendent  had made all arrangements for Mr.  Conn's transfer to the Wardner field  no alteration in the plans could be  made.     .'. "      ���������''   ";  The railway has certainly been a  promoter of intercourse between  towns' in the, Similkameen, and we  see visitors from Keremeos and  Princeton much more frequently than  before. The train schedule is parti-  cularlyfavorable for residents of Keremeos to make the round trip in the  day giving them four hours stay at  Hedley and an hour and a half at  Princeton. Princetonians of course  have to stay over night kwhen they  take a jaunt down the valley, but they  do not .require to lose much time as  they can' leave home in the middle of  the afternoon and be back again for  work the next day'at noon. This gives  them ample, time at Hedley to make  the trip up to the mine and that is the  attraction for most of them.  After a long spell of absence of electric light the'.lights were turned on  Thursday night last and as usual there  was noticed  in   certain  quarters   the  same     disregard     in    allowing    the  lights to burn full blaze where there  was no  need for thom.    That sort- of  thing is hard.to ^understand and especially  in  a case where . the power is  short and it is only by straining a  point that the light can  be given  to  the  town at all.    A  meter system is  really the only kind of thing that will  appeal to  the electric  light hog,   and  the absence  of ample power such as  there has been in  Hedley during the  past five months would  have amply  justified the management in  having  the lights cut oil'altogether from users  who manifest a disposition to deliberately  waste.    When the  new plant is  installed  which will  provide for good  light the year round, meters should be  I put on   those who  have  shown them-  | selves    unable    to    appreciate  decent  treatment when they get it.  ���������&&���������  KEEP YOUR' EYES ON  WATCH IT GROW  It is destined.to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big-  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is doing Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE MEDLEY - CITY T<  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  HEDLEY, B.C.  ^  Wire Wound and Continuous  WOOD STAVE   PIP  For Irrigation, Power, and Water Systems  Write for Catalogue  THE DOMINION WOOD PIPE CO., Lli&ited  New Westminster, B. C.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  *     *  ���������  # -    #,    *  JOHN JACKSON, ProprieLor  Everything New and First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  ��������� Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to  the   Table.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  ���������  ��������� ���������  NEW SPRING GOODS  .i.      -      *    ���������     .-  ARRIVING AT  SHATFOED'S  "We have just opeaedupsome very pretty  Dress Goods in the latest Novelties,  Ginghams, Muslins, etc. and are expecting more in everyda}--.  See Our New Blouses', Skirts, Underskirts,  , Hosiery, Etc.  Try some of our Hole-Proof Hose, guaranteed to wear six months. ......  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  METEOROLOGICAL.  IShatfords, Ltd.!  .��������� - ' ���������  The following are the  read  ings  show-  ing temper  iture,   etc.,  for  the  week  ending Mai  .   19, 1910 :  AT THE MINE.  Maxinni  ii  minimum  Mar 13  -10  2(5  11  oo  ,,  30  15  -Jo  ,,  29  lb  47  30  17  38  ,,  27  IS  10  28  19  31:  27  t HOTEL SIMILKAiifeN ������  HEDLEY,B.C -:      ���������    *  Average maximum temperature-13.57  Average, minimum do        28.11  Mean temperature 35.85  Rainfall for the week      .     inches.  Snowfall        "        " 0.  COKRESl'O.VBIXO WEEK Oli* LAST VEAK  Highest maximum temperature 58.  Average maximum  Lowest minimum  Average minimum  Mea n  do  do  do  do  AT  Mar-  County Court of Yale  SITTING'S of tho County Coint of Yalo will  bo hold as follows, viz; At I'Yatornity  II.'ill, Medley, on Wednesday. Ith ilay of May,  llllll. find .-it (ho Court House, I'rineoton, Kri-  day, (ith day of May, ,l!)10, ut 1 he hour of eleven  o'clock in tho forenoon of each day.  By Command  IILIGIIHL'XTKR  .Uc-jistriu- County Court.  13  14  15  1(5  17  IS  19  THE  MILL.  Maximum  1)2  02  (ii  02  (;:;  50  47  Average maximum temperature  Average minimum do  Mean do  Rainfall for the week   .       inches  Snowfall "        "    0.  CORKESrOXlHN-G  WKKK OF  LAST VKAU  Highest maximum temperature 5S  Average do do 52.57  Lowest minimum do 2-1.  Average do do 27.11  Mean do 39.85  ���������13.14  10.  19.71  31.42  Minimum  30  3(1  20  30  37  37  ���������10  59.1-1  33.71  10.42  ��������� ���������  Mktf*m&^  **- ,;> J?  tJf^-'M"  ���������  '���������  THE   LEADING    HOTEL  OF    THE   SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY  This house is new and strictly first-class in  every respect; being equipped with all modern conveniences���������electric light, telephone ' '  Baths, etc. : :  Frank Dollemore  Rates Moderate.  Proprietor  ���������0  4  X X J. xZr     vJT Jr\ tzLr X���������/ JL   JL -L���������*  ��������� THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,  M-ABOH 24,1910.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen---Famed for Fruit Growing  I  <-.���������  t  Town and Lower Valley.  Mrs. Harding is erecting a house  15x33 ft,, on lot 0 in block 277.  John Brawher went to Hedley on  Tuesday to consult Dr. McEwen,  Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. J. Elnihirst  were visitors to Hedley on Friday.  Mr. Atherton and Mr. Wine were  visitors to Keremeos on Thursday.  Lottie Mills will spend the. summer  at Mr.  Coulters, Lower Similkameen.  The car with Mr. Clark's ready made  house, 9 rooms, arrived hereon Friday:,  Rancher Allison returned from  Princeton on Tuesday's V. V. & E.  Express.  Dr.  Mosquito is here and is  using  FIRE AT   KEREMEOS  The Alkazar Hotel Is Destroyed by Fire  his lance, without a licence  from the  medical council.  The Rev. Mr. Kinney unhorsed  King William on Tuesday night, 21st  inst. The L. O. Lodge meeting was  postponed till a later date.  Mr. T. Drennan and Mrs/ T. Scott  with their families came from Penticton on Wednesday and are now  settled in the Wood row Cottage.  Relief is in sight and I now give way  with pleasure to the editor of the  Keremeos section of the Gazette. Mr.  J. A. Brown will from  this date be on  deck. ���������. J  Samuel Sproule, of Rutland, passed  through Keremeos on his return trip  from Princeton. He is most favorable impressed with .the lower Similkameen.  The Keremeos Kulture Klub are  making due preparations for the entertainment to be given in the Town  hall on   Tuesday, March 2Sth.    The  ���������^  financial results will be for the Methodist Ladies'Aid.  Joseph Armstrong and family are  expected here this week. Mr. Armstrong will, have charge of the work  for the Keremeos Land Co. He was  here last week and superintended the  work on the big ditch.  Geo. Gilbert, notwithstanding his  long experience in handling horses  was rolled hy a log when he was teaming for Carl on March 4th. His right  leg Avas badly bruised and for a few  weeks he will have to use a crutch.  R. H. Carniichael left Keremeos on  Friday to take charge of the E. T.  Bank at Princeton. W. B. Bower,  of Grand Forks,, will, have charge of  the E. T. Bank here till the arrival of  Mr. W. D. Lawson from the head  office, Sherbrook, Mr. Lawson and  Mr, Carniichael are cousins.  Mr. Dreniuan's- roadster Topsy was  badly treated by "Ned" his grey horse.  Topsy being tied and Ned having  broken loose the little roadster had to  stand and take what Ned was prepared to give. Toysy's cry of distress was  heard by a neighbor and matters properly adjusted before there was much  damage done.  Alex., one of the half-breed ranchers', drove a herd of 30 head of horned  cattle west on Wednesday. In passing Mr, Mattice's lot a cow lately  branded was deliberately driven with  the herd. This animal not coming  home.as usual at night the owner had  to drive six miles west to interview  Alex. The cow found her way home.  A repetition of this act by Alex., or a  like act by any other party should not  go unpunished.  Shortly after one o'clock on Sunday  morning the inniates of tho Alkazar  hotel at Keremeos station were aroused hy fire, and had barely time to get  out with their lives.  The fire started in room No 7 up  stairs over.'the bar thiough which a  stove pipe went from, the stove in the  bar but as the fire in the bar was be-  believed to have been out for hours,  it seemed, difficult for them to believe  that it could have caught from that  pipe.  J.Cosby slept in the room ; adjoin-'  incr and was awakened by the smoke.  He had only time to grab.a few of his  garments and get out, his trunk and  other belongings being burned up.  Fortunately  there was   very, little  wind at the time and what there was  happened  to be in the right direction  to carry, the heat and cinders away  from other buildings. The place which  was in  most danger was the livery  stables  of Inuis  Bros,  and .-'only the  most strenuous work on. the part of  those   who   came  to the   assistance  saved it from meeting a like fate.     A  bucket service was  at once put   into  action  under   the direction   of A. J.  Saunders, Who seemed to keep his wits  about him and take, charge of defence  measures.   The heat on the roof of the  building was intense but they managed to keep the roof nnd; the':-hay in  the loft well soaked with water..  Had  the wind been in the opposite direction  or had it been calm it is hot likely the  stables could, have   been,saved, and  with them would have gone the rest  of the town. .  The .amount, of insurance was not  learned but it was believed to 'have  been between $2000 and $3000 while  the total loss is placed about $5000.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  HEAr. ESTATE MINES  Agent for: ���������  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co..  ��������� Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Keremeos, B. C.  J. A. BROWN  , .Notary Public ,  CON VEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKEBAGE,  FIRE INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE  KEREMEOS, B.C.  GROCERIES and HARDWARE  Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  ESTRAY  GAMK on the premises of tlie undersigned in  January an il*ongre>* Ally Avith one white  hind  .thus:  foot.  and*  o  V  brande'd on  the  left stifle  '���������--. ���������       OUR SPECIALTIES  Ridgeways Teas and Coffees  Five  Roses Flour  id  AGENTS FOR  Campbell's Clothing  Hudson Bay Blankets  KEREMEOS,  B. C.  . Owner ii* requested .to prove property  expenses and remove it.  8-4 M.McAULEY  pay  COMMUNICATION  KEREMEOS LIBERAL-CONSERr  VATIVES ANNUAL MEETING'  The Keremeos Liberal-Conservative  Association held its annual meeting on  Saturday, March 5th. The meeting  which which was largely attended  elected the following officers for the  ensuing year:���������Honorary President,  Martin Burrell, Esq., M. P., L. W.  Shatford, Esq., M. P. P.; President  Daniel McCurdy, Esq.; Vice-President  J. J. Armstrong, Esq., Sec-Treasurer,  R. H. Carniichael, Esq., Executive  Committee, O. H. Carle, Esq., T. C.  Coleman, Esq., J. M. Young, Esq.,  H. B. Meausette, Esq., August Pedy,  Esq.  The  usual routine  business  of the  Association was transacted.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  Editor Hedley Gazette  Dear Sir:  It is not pleasant to object to the  work of your old friends, but under  the present circumstances I am compelled to assume that role.  From  the Nelson News  of the  17th  inst. I learn  that six demonstration  orchards are to   be   established   this  year in British Columbia by the provincial government and to be operated  under the direction of the department  of Agriculture.     Three of* these fruit  ranches are to  be in  the Okanagan,  at Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  and  three  in  Kootenay,  probably in  East Kootenay,  West Kootenay and  Boundary.     The  object of these fruit  ranches.is.to foster and encourage the  fruit industry by demonstrating the  results of cover crops, inter cropping,  drainage, pruning, spraying, different  methods of cultivating and irrigation.  This new departure is commendable.  However,  is it not a most remarkable  oversight on the  part of the government that the fruit growing district of  the   Siniilkanieen   with   its immense  possibilities is. omitted from the list of  favoured- places.    Why should there  be three demonstration orchards*   in  the Okanagan  and not one in the Similkameen.    On  Okanagan  Lake the  facilities for travelling from  town to  town  are most  favourable  and   one  such.orchard at any town on the lake  should be sufficient for the Okanagan.  If the government want to combine  expernients   with  demonstration   let  there be two such orchards operated  one at Vernon and  the other at Penticton.   Between.Penticton and Keremeos  there  is a range of mountains  and for the fruit-growers of the Similkameen    the   distance,   35   miles,  must be made by stage at a cost of  $10.00 for a single round trip and two  days on  the road.   The fruit-growers  in  the  Similkameen are not million-  - "Apparently    such    orchards    are  planted in bunches. But the Okanagan.  is not the only district  in British Columbia where apples are grown.     We  should like to see.a bunch of Demonstration, orchards planted in a region  where   the fruit   achieves its   finest  flavour and texture.   It is difficult to  believe   that the   provincial  government if it is to establish only three"  such orchards means to set them all  within  a few miles of one another in  one particular district and to establish hone whatever in the wide territory of the Kootenays and Boundary."  These objections are sound and will  apply with even greater force in support  of the demand of the Similkameen for one of the three demonstra-  orchards  billed for the Okanagan.    Is  it remarkable   that men   should  denounce the business men of Vancouver  for their unconcern about the development of the Similkameen ? Let it have  half decent treatment.   It is certainly  time for us to demand what is due us  and the business men in  Vancouver  should awake to their interests east of  Hope mountain and not as in the past  let the   Usonians swipe   everything,  coal, gold and fruit from them.    With  the completion  of the V. V. & E. in  two   years   Keremeos   will   be   only j  seven    hours   run  from   Vancouver.  Therefore it is in  the interest of the  business men of Vancouver to insist  on fair  treatment   for  the   Similkameen. ���������  Yours sincerely  "Keremeos"  March 19th, 1910.  When in Keremeos stop at the f  Central Hotel  TWEDDLE & ELMHIRST, Proprietors.  K  x  K  x   .  xa  :   x  $ ��������� Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  ������r Free Bus to all trains  I B. C. Fruit Lands Office  $ Headquarters for all stage lines.  ******  Stoves and Ranges  Shelf & Heavy Hardware  TOMMY SING  Contracts for Work  Land scrubbed or any kind of work by  contract at reasonable rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China.  Paints and Oils  ******  RAISE A PIG  Anent the recent phonomental rise  in the price of pork an anonymous  scribbler gets off the- following that  would be worthy a place in the pages  of Canada's Khan's Canticles.  E.M. CROOKER  Keremeos, B. C.  Keremeos Trading Go.  Retail   and   Wholesale  of General; Merchandise  ALWAYS PLEASED TO SHOW GOODS  SING LEE  LAUNDRY  Work called for and delivered.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Keremeos, B.C.  PLUMBING  WARM AIR  HEATING  AND  GENERAL  G.  aires but hard  working  men   doing  their best to make an honest living on  their fruit lots. When a telegram  from Victoria was published in Nelson  stating that the provincial government had decided upon the establishment of three demonstration orchards  in the Okanagan the Nelson Board of  Trade wired Harry Wright, M. P. P.  demanding that the Kootenay fruit  industry should receive consideration.  Before; that valuable consideration,  three demonstration orchards for  Kootenay, was known at Nelson the  following appeared in the editorial  column of the News:���������  If you  wish to own an auto  that will  travel fast and far,  Raise a pig.  If you have a dear desire for a splendid private car,  Raise a pig,  If your daughter   yearns for   jewels  that will make a lurid blaze,  Or your wife would be a leader where  some other matron sways;  If you  wish to give  up toiling and in  comfort spend your days,  There's a way���������don't overlook it���������  Raise a pig.  If you're tired of serving others and  are longing for a change,  Raise a pig.  If you  wish to gaze at wonders  that  are far away and strange,  Raise a pig.  If your son   would  like to squander  money on a chorus girl;  If vou  yearn to  own a castle having  walls inlaid with pearl;  If your  darling daughter wishes to be  married to an earl,  There's a way���������don't overlook it���������  Raise a pig.  G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  ^WWW������WW������t������Wt^I<tt������Wt������?  KEREnE05  MEAT   MARKET  TINSMITHING  Orders  bv Mail will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos S*Lat������ion.  For a Luxurious Shave,  Hair-Cut or Bath go to  BOOSTER'S  TONSORIAL PARLOR.  Box Trade in Cigars a specialty  A  fine line of Cigars   and  Tobaccos, Fruit and  Confectionery  n. C.McAULEY  Successor to  E. M. CROOKER  Formerly Geo. Cawston  ^rafe?������fefeferafe^fe?Qi������2ti������atftf>tfs)r4������rti  Keremeos-Penticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. Welbv, Proprietor.  ALKAZAR HOTEL  Keremeos, B. C.  BENNETT & FORD,  Proprietors  G. C.   Bennett,   Manager.  POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION  A. J.  SAUNDERS  Keremeos.  WM. DALRYMiPLE  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  Your Patronage Solicited,  isfaction Guaranteed.  Sat-  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  P. BROMLEY,  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  ���������Horse-Shoeing' a Specialty  KEREMEOS, I ..  B. C.


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