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The Hedley Gazette Mar 25, 1915

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 ~C"  ' ''���������' (*       il '"'  '     ���������-'    l'.'  ' ������1    "' ^:   '2-'.,i  APR.  '.������c.-i@25  I&S---&2I& /swoT  rrofv 1.  Volwjme XI  'I    *  Number^IX^  i,'-       ���������" ^' '   ^  i   V_ *"\ fl   ��������� r~-*~VT/^������-^������^*>^*i5vW;'><������^-;'w.^></ijE-������*^^r^+-r.*������^'^>,..--^'.V,*C  HEDLEY B.������., THURSDAY; MAECH 25;.19i;-).   ' IE &������f ."   ..  I '������������������ -"-   *    -."     I-**' .'.���������)',���������?  /iilJii������"-=l~**v.-r-'K^f im v-.-lr.--jU  ni y:-  .iif.fjt1:  '^^b>   $2.00, In Advanc??; ��������� ������������������ d-  N. Thompson   . thone seymour 5813  MOR. WF.3TKRN- CANADA <  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  ' Offices and Warehouse, 847-63 Beatty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  oiMILKAMEEN  ELECTORAL   DISTRICT  Boundaries of the District   under New  ���������'.  Redistribution Bill  ;. HEDLEY SOLDIERS ABROAD  A Former, Hedleyite writes from English  ;'Training Camp���������Next Move France  A. F. &,A. M.  -   ' REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 43, A. F. & A. M.,  are held on the second  Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attond.  A. CREELMAN,  W. M  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  L. O. L.  The Regular    meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1744 aro held on  the first and third Monday in  "every month in the Orange Hall  Ladies meet 2nd and 4 Mondays  Visiting brethem are cordialtyinvitcd  ' A..?. KING. W. M    ,  C. P. DALTON, Sec't.   '  *  DR. J.L. MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office  on North   Main   Street.  R.  F������.  BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel. No. 78 P. O. Drawer 100  PENTICTON,  B. C.  7,,Thab"tracC..ofrhind ^comprised witli-  the following boundariesj.Commencing  at point' on the international" boundary.-where it is intersected hy the one-  hundred and   twenty-first meridian of  longtitnd; thence due north along said  one hundred'and* twenty-first meridian to a point situated due east of the  southwest corner of lot 363, Yale dis-  tiict;  thence east   to  the   southwest  corner of lot 363; thence easterly along  the southerly boundary to the southeast corner of said lot 363:  thence  in  an easterly and northerly direction to  an angle in  the   surveyed boundary  between Yale and Kanrloops land  districts, situated about a mile und a half  west of Blue  Lake; thence east along  said surveyed boundary and* continuing east   to the northeast corner of  lot 9116, Kamloops pirtrict; thence east  along the north boundary  of lots 926  and 1660 to  the northeast co"ner of  lot 1660,   Kamloops   district,   thence  contining east  to  the   west  bounday  of the Osoyoos land district.  IMMIGRATION RESTRICTIONS  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  An order-in council issued from  Ottawa, on 'Monday, extends the period for restricting the. entry through  any port in British Columbia of skilled and unskilled labor. The former  order expires on April 1st, and the  new regulation simply extends the  time for another six months. As a  protective measure of relief for our  already overcrowded labor" .market,  the order is" practically next door to  useless, as its provisions do not extend  to" other portions of the Dominion.  Under its ruling there is nothing  whatever to stop an artizan from crossing the line into Alberta and making  his way into Biitish Columbia,  ;.The Gazette ..makes some extracts  this weak from a letter written hy Wid  EcKyaids to $. K.; Hamilton. The letter-is* written from Wapica Barracks,  Shornclilfe, Kent, England, ,under  date of j March 7th.    In it he says :  I thought,I -would, drop you a line  and let.you know that',the Germans  .didn't ;.get us on ������������������our., way. across, but  we had '-to put into Qiie'enstowri to  avoid some submarines, that.were in.  the English Channel, but wliich have  since been put out of commission.  ��������� The Company that I am now in is  the only one of the 30th that are here  at present;  the rest are to come later.  The three transports were conveyed  to Queenstown by a cruiser the Meg  antic. From there we were conveyed  to Liverpool by two torpedo boat des:  troyers. We got here at one o'clock  in tlie morning, taking a little over  three weeks on the trip.  I was at a place called Folkstone  this afternoon and on my way saw a  number of Art places, also a few Belgian and French soldiers. We are  about "twenty-five miles from France.  There are quite a few wounded soldiers  here from the front. Men have been  sent from here to the front and been  killed in two days. There are soldiers  everywhere and many thousands at  these barracks.  Hoping you are well and with best  regards to all the fellows.  Sidney Edwards  DEAN FLEWELLING DIES   .  AT CRANBROOK  Spent Many. Years in West���������Formerly  in Nelson���������Rector of Cranbrook Nine  Years.  SOLDIERS TO GET   VOTE  Resolution  of Minister of. Justice   Provides for Men Both in Canada  and Overseas',  WalterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY TO LOAN -  PENTICTON,  B.C.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table thejBest.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor.  The new hall in the old Schubert  Block is to be opened with the Golf  Club dance. All is ready except a  portion of the flooring which has been  delayed owing to the non-arrival of  lumber. Should the lumber arrive in  time to permit completion, the date  will likely be Friday, April 9th.  Hedley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  First-class Line of Cigars, Tobacco*  and Soft Drinks always  on hand  HILLIARD <& TOPLEY  8f   ���������   ��������������������������� ���������' S  $ Grand/ Mnion |  X Hriik |  ���������2  ���������*_ .     ..   x  HoV  ������  HEDLEY,   British Columbia S  ���������? X  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds,' Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing lana, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  Ottawa, March 29.���������A-, bill authorizing the' taking of a vote of Canadian soklici-s in Cniiada'and overseas  iii the event of an i-leetion befors the  end of the war will be introduced by  th? government,  Hon. C. J. Doheity has given notice  of the following resolution:  '���������That it is expedient to make provision to enable every male Biitish  subject of 21 years or upward se.rv-*  ing in the military forces of Canada  in the present war to exercise his electoral franchise and that the cost incurred in carrying out the provisions  of any act to be bused upon this resolution muy be paid by the government-  out of any unappropriated levenue out  of the consolidated revenue funds of  Canada."  The following from the Nelson News  will be read with regret in Hedley  where Dean Flewelling was so well  and favorably known.  ' 'The death occurred at Cranbrook of  heart failure on Friday of Rev. Ernest  Purdy Flesvelling, rural dean of Cranbrook.  "The late Dean Flewelling was the  third son of Hon. William Flewelling  and was, born at Clifton, N.B., on  March 1st, 1816. His mother was before her marriage, Miss Ester Meriitt  of New York. He married in 1S77  Miss Sara Sinclair,'daughter of John  .Sinclair of Newcastle, N.B., and is  survived by four children, Richmond  Flewelling of Windsor, Out. ; Mrs.  Bastin, wife of Rev. A. Bastin, Ganges, Salt Spring Island, B.C. ; Mrs.  Surtees Towgood of Sandon, and Mrs.  Sydney Brown of Hamilton. He is  ���������also survived by one brother, Hon. G.  H. Flewelling, and one sister, Mrs.  Wetmore, both of Clifton, N. B.  "Through ill-health in his early  manhood the late Dean Flewelling  studied privately for the church and  was ordained deacon and priest by  Bishop Medley, Metropolitan of Canada. He was rector successively of  Dalhousie, N.B., and Brandon, Man.  He was the first rector of St. Paul's,  Vancouver, after which he went to  Kamloops, Nelson and Dawson City.  For the past nine years he has been  rector of the Anglican church at Cranbrook. ���������  "Special reference to the death of  the late Rural Dean Flewelling was  made both in prayers and at hi.s services at evensong last night by Rev.  Fred H. Graham, lector of St. Savior's  church. Dean Flewelling had many  friends among the congregation of  St. Saviour's. ���������  "The funeral will take place at 3  o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Cranbrook.  RAILWAY PROGRESS  UNWORTHY  UTTERANCES  Canada Could Well  Do   Without Such  Parliamentarians  OPEN DOOR IN FAR   EAST  EGGS FOR HATCHING  From imported heavy laying  strains of  WHITE WYANDOTTES  ���������-.��������� ,and    Single Comb White Leghorns  Day old chicks for  sale about end  of March  A few White Leghorn Roosters for  sale  James Murdoch  Sterling Creek,       -       Hedley, B.C.  This Japan's Policy,    Declares   Consul-  General Yada'  X  *������ ____^  X '  ft?  ������������  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  X  First-Class Accommodation.  Sb  _} Bar Stocked with Best Brands  >������ of Liquor and Cigars  K  x      A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor,  X  ROLL   ME   A GAME   AT   ROLLS  KEREMBOS-PEffTlCM  ROYAL MAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves  on  arrival  of 9.30  and 4 o.clock trains.    ���������  ���������'  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO    STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  AVHEN   'WRITING ADVERTISERS PLEASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  St. Thomas, Ont., March 27.���������The  policy of Japan in the Far East, both  in regard to China and Germany was  outlined by M. Yada. Japanese consul-  general for Canada, in an adress at a  Canadian club- luncheon here yesterday. Among the guests were the Hon.  T. W. Crothers, minister of labor, the  Hon. Maurice Goor, Belgian consul-  general, and J. E. Rainvillu, M. P.,  (Ohambly-Vcrcheres, Que.,) all of  whom spoke briefly.  M. Yada said Japan stands for  "the open door" in China and the far  east. Germany was the only nation  which did object to the policy. Not  only was Japan standing by the British alliance in fighting Germany in  the East, but she was protecting herself from German ambition. Germany  was at present intriguing, as she did  in Turkey, and for this reason, Japan  had been compelled to net promptly  in dealing with China.  Japan bad nd territorial ambition  in China nor did she wjint in the least  to interfere or violate and rights or  interests of other powers in China.  On Friday evening quite a number  of residents from the burg drove up  to the home of John Bromely and  spent a very' enjoyable evening. A  large number from Princeton were  also present. Dancing was the chief  attraction of the evening and the  happy visitors enjoyed themselves  well   on  into   the  wee'   sma'   hours.  A sumptuous supper was served by  the hostess, at midnight  Roch Lam-tot, Liberal member for  Laprairie, Quebec, and 'Adelaid Belle-  mare, Independent Conservative  member for Maskinonge, Quebec, expressed the. view in the debate on  the Budget in the Commons that  Canada has assisted sufficiently in  the war. They took the ground that  official utterances ot Biitish Cabinet  Ministers were on record that Great  Britain could finance and maintain  the war at the present rate of going  for five'--years more. Therefore, Canada should stay her.'hand.'  The Montreal Daily Mail has a vigorous reply in condemnation of this  view. Canada has been niggardly  enough in her support to the defence  of the Empire in the past, the  Mail observes; now is the time to extend generous help, and .the"  knowledge thatv Great Britain is prepared to ioake,���������such tremendous outlay for our safety against the Hun  methods should be a stimulus to  Canadians to urge what we also can  and will do. The utterances which  counsel abstention from thon war  the part of Canada ut this juncture  are ill-conceived and unworthy.  This condemnation is merited.  With what jubilation will the  enemies of the Empire seize upon  such utterances and twist their significance to serve, their purpose. If  11 general election is necessary to  prove to such as Lanctot and Belle  mare that Canada is going to sen this  war through to a finish, then the  contest will be welcomed by the loyal  people of Canada and nowhere more  welcome than in this Pacific Province.  ���������Columbian.  Rail-layers started at work on Kettle Valley steel from Osprey Lake w;est'  to Princeton last week. Three crews  went out from Penticton. .,'Itis expected to link up with s.teel ^t I^rdnce"-.  ton in about a* month's.tiine:r vOspr-e-y  lake is 31 miles from the coal mining.,  town. - :.������������������-.*.���������  .Announcement has been' made that'  the'Great Northern gatigs.-iyjll shortly  start ballasting on; the G;jS.R/.pprtion  of the joint line, being.' the 'section  from Coalniont ontoColdwater Junction. It will take but a few weeks to  finish up this work.  Meanwhile, ballasting work is to be  cariiedout on Kettle Valley sections  which,, weie completed last year and  as soon as steel is laid between 0*-prey  Lake and Princeton that portion will  also be ballasted in order that the  whole line from Midway through to  Meriitt will be ready for opening of  tiuffic on .or about May 25 or June 1.  It has been fortunate for the rail-  wayrnen that there was little snow at  Osprey Lake, and an early spring,  otherwise it would not- have been  possible to do much with rail laying  for at least, another month. The early  spring this year, and there is practically no snow at Osprey lake just now,  means a good deal to the Kettle Valley Hue, and to the towns which aie  anxiously- waiting for the opening up  of traffic.  Grading on the Hope mountain shoi t  line from Hope to Coquihalla is finished and the rails have been laid a short  distance east of Hope. Bridges have  yet to be built, however', at various  points along the line, and it will not  likely be ready for traffic until autumn.  The bridge over the Fraser river  near Hope, which will alford connections between the main line of the C.  P. 11. and the new Hope Mountain  route, has been completed, and already  rails have been laid on the south bank  of the river as far as the crossing c*f  the Canadian Northern railway. The  joint section of the Hope Mountain  line from Hope to Coquihalla Summit  will bo completed by the fall, according to present estimates. Work on  bridge construction has been proceeding all winter, and tracklaying is now  being proceeded with. The Hope  Coquihalla section is being built by  tlie Kettle Valley road, and will be  used also by the V.. V..&E.,.    ������������������.;..     '  ..'* .*'  The handicap committee of the Hedley Golf Club wishes to announce that  as the first monthly match for the  medal will be played about the 10th of  next month all members are requested  to hand in a, couple of their score cards  before the 5th of next month so as to  enable the committee to fix the handicaps. Members not handing in at  least one card will have to play from  scratch.  PENTICTON LIKES  THE CHANGE  Penticton has for a long time desired to be taken into Similkameen. For  one thing Penticton believed that the  highways in this immediate vicinity  would receive even better attention  under Mr. Shatford than has been the  case heretofore.  There are many other directions also in which Penticton's ambitions  might seek development in the event  of this prosperous community being  taken into Similkameen riding. Not  the least of these is the expansion  which will come as a result of the  growth of the tributary valley running south to the boundary line. The  .importance of good roads* through this  ���������section c-.mnot be minimized. The  value of being drawn into closer touch  with this section is equally great from  Penticton's point of view. Penticton  for this reason alone should give Si-  milkameen's member hearty support  at the election poll.���������Penticton Herald  Good-Roads Taylor deserves the  name, but in Similkameen at least  there is another Good Roads man. He  is Good Roads Shatford. ,.,,MITr ^^^r..^.^w.w-������.*.^.a^.-frt.^,^J-y.. 1*VUXZ*-*������  -^������^_  THE HEDIEY GAZETTE MAR. 25, 1915  i        ���������       i ��������� '���������     n u <���������*���������������������������!    fWb������l������������������ ���������' I  ���������������������^������  ftXX'  >"��������� U-*'.  ns.  ift-t-s;   "^^^.-^t  *���������&.  s.  .-..-. ���������.'*���������.'������������������.��������������������������� *������������������������:.  Similkameen Advertiser.  'i?������-������7." ���������?r-L^?i ^Wwll  ���������3-5        -    Js'  df**  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year S-1-'*-  ���������'   < United States)  2.50  ASver'tising Rates  Measurement. 1'. lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, $1.00.for one* insertion, 2o cents for  each subsequent-insertion. Over one inch,  10 cents per line for first insertion and o  cent-* per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Certificate of Improvements ������1U.U0  (Where more than one claim appeals  in notice, $&M for each additional  claim.)  GEO. E. FRENCH, ManaE< r.  Full Moon  Last q mi!',  in  1915  FEB  New Moon  Hi  First q a in-.  ���������Ji.  1915  Sun; Mon. Tues; Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.j  i  it  21  2S  1  S  15  22  2')  f)  16  23  30  3  111  17  21  31  1  11  IS  o  12  ID  20  0  13  20  -Th'Ose w'lVH^gtfc'TiBiS-ilist afcl^tion  in wai time, and think it iniquitous  to cutcrtuin tffir^oijpeffnnVit/but^tid;  nut that it is desualuV to gel all dis-  agu-oable things over with-as soon ai  possible. When the war is'over people  will la; only too glad to have in.itter.-  settle back into a normal condition,  which would be out of Ihe question if  we were obliged to piepare for the  turmoil of an election immediately  after peace will have been brought  about. The more elections we can  have piled on us at the present tin.e,  the sooner it will be all over-, and  everybody allowed to pursue the even  tenor of' his wuv.'  EXPLANATION.  An explanation is due the. readers of  the   Hedley   Gazette  as   to   why   the  paper  has for weeks pa������t been neveral  days  late  in   making  its   appearance  until   finally   it  failed   la--l    week   lo  appear at  all.    The explanation  may  be.  briefly expressed  by the writer in  two    winds    "mi.-placed    confidence."  A little over a year ago the plant and  business was turned over  to   Win. 0.  Mai tin on a bona fide, "ale, easy terms  of payment being gi\   .i and security  taken by promissoiy notes and chattel  mortgage.      When   the   wiiler   ihen  severed  connections  it  was   intended  that lit- was out for good, and, faithful to that intention, not a single line  ha> since been written for  it by him  that was unsigned.    Neither  i> it his  intention   lo   letain   in   any   way   an  editoiial   connection   with   the   paper  and what ever final .*u*i angeinents may  be made, s-oinu one else will wield the  editoiial pen,  but the public can rest  assured that they will not be asked to  put up with such a paper as they have  been getting for the past few months.  If   the   people   of   Hedley   want   a  paper, and we believe   they  do,  they  have a right  to   the   best  which the  support accorded   will   permit   to   be  given   them.       So   far  as  business   is  concerned, there is no place in British  Columbia   that  has   been as  little affected by the war and the hard times  which accompanied  it,   as  in Hedley.  This is very apparent to anyone who  travels about the province, and there,  is  every  reason why it should be so.  for there is as .much employment here  now as ever;   the  wages are just as  good and the  pay as regular and as  sure as ever it was.    People in Hedley  eat no less,  and  they  wear as  many  clothes as  ever, and there is nothing  to make the times any harder.    Why-  then should the town bear the stigma,  of allowing a local ins-titution dike* its  newspaper to diop out of the race?  The utter failure of thelate manager-  is no evidence as to the room in this  portion of the ���������Similkameen Valley for  a suitable  paper.    The support given  him when totaled up and placed along  side of legitimate  expenditure, left a  comfortable competence, and but for  the   mysterious  capacious  leak there;  was  no reason   why   he should   not,  with a reasonable amount of industry  and caie, have been more prosperous  to-day than the average publisher in  the district.   In the waning days of  1912, he made alike sudden and mysterious disappearance,  but his sin on'  that occasion was lightly paresed over  and the blame-laid upon Dan Cupid as ���������  it is now as clearly to be charged up'  against "king chance." An Old quaker'  has truly said :  "If thy frier.d deceive1  thee once,  shame on him ;   if he deceive thee twice, shame on thee."  A. Megraw  As far as kiiown no date has yet  been set for the election in Biitish  Columbia and sonic arc of the opinion  that it may not take place until the  fall. The luui-i- has not yet been dissolved and the Premier has until the1  end of March, 1916, to bring on the  election. If Premier Boidon mayabo  be contemplating tlie plunge, it. is but  natural that Premiers should cunfir  and prevent the two li inn clashing  with each other.  58T  ���������\  ���������&������������������  Whatever" advance Germans inay  have. made in the. direction of culluie  or scientific research, their present  day statesmanship is badly out of  joint. But of course it takes an exceedingly clever man to successfully  play the role of Belial and make the  win so appear the better leason, and  the cleverness of neither von Beth-  iiiiiiin llollweg nor von Jagow havi-  brft'U very conspicuous. When they  ineasnie swords with Sir Edwaid  Grey they show themselves to he  veritable "babes in the wood."  ^ Jbc* M'*������>������W  American Silk  I'T A  Anrei-ican-GasJaiiJi'ie   -^--v   ���������  j'--..* .<X Aiftwk-jm.x0ott'������.^rliil.,*ri..;l.  HOSIERY  " They have stood the test: Give  real foot comfort. No seams to  lip. Never " become loose" or"  baggy. The shape s knit'in���������-  not pressed in.  GUARANTEED for fineness  style, superiority of 'material  and workmanship. Absolutely  stainless. Will wear six months  without holes, or new ones free.  OUR SPECIAL OFFER  to every one sending us $1.00 in  currency ov postal note, to -cover  advertising and shipping charges \  we will send post-paid with'writ  ten  guarantee, backed by a live  million dollar company, either  3 Pairs of our 75c. Value  Aineiican Silk Hosiery  or       4 Pairs of our 50c. Value  Aineiican Cashmere Hosiery  or       4 Pairs of our sOc Value  American Cotton-Lisle Hosiery  or       6 Pairs of Children's Hosiery  Give the color,' size, and whether Ladies or Gent's Hosiery is  desired.  DON'T DELAY���������Ofl'ei expires  when a dealer in your locality is  selected.  The International Hosiery Co.  P.O. Box 2-11  DAYTON, OHIO, U. S. A.  Whether the British Columbia election conies olf soon   or  later, partit-s  arc pieparing for the. fray  and  have  their   candidates   lined   up.      In   the  Siuiilkaiiieen   it was feared  that  the  present   representative,   Mr.   L.    XV.  Shatford, might not consent to contest  the   riding   in  a campaign eomiiiir so  shortly after hi.-, recent severe bereavement,   but the  large  and  representative  convention   which   met in  Keii-  nipos on Saturday 19th and tendeud  him the unanimous nomination, could  leave him no doubt as to the thorough  maimer in which his representation of  tin- district is endorsed hy the elector.'.  A significant feature of the convention  however, was the  slight  echo   of the  general   discontent   throughout   the  province against certain  members of  the government.    The storm centre of  this seemed   to bo   the  Attorney-General  who in spite of the large amoiu.t  of   useful   legislation   he   has   .given  the provice since he became a member,  of the government,   has contrived  to  get himself in bad with a great  many:  pe >ple owing to his  domineering  and  often illogical adminstration of his de  partment. In this way the convention,'  we have been told,  almost   went wife  of its way to declare  itself in  support  of the representative rather than   the  administration, for they made it.plaiu  that  they  wanted   the    candidate  to  consider himself free  to   vote  as   he.  saw fit in the interests of his constituents,    thus   giving   him  latitude for  which he had  not   asked.    By doing  this, however, they have fiii-nishad  a  very effective answer to those electors  (and   there  are some)  who say   that  while they fully believe him  the .best-  man obtainable, their Only reason for  voting against him would be to "get a,  cttick at Bowser".  Mr.Bower is doubt  less a tower of strength  in   his  own  constituency in Vancouver but he has  put many a nominee Of conservative  conventions up against a hard proposition   to   defend   his   attitude   and  action    itowards      sundry     electors  'through the province.  by a  fits  Knch application must be nccorn  fee of ������5 which will be refunded if l-ifrl  applied for are not available, bu no other-  wise. A royalty shall be,paid on I merchantable output of the mine at the rate live cents  per ton  The pei-son operating the mine sha furnish  thcAitont with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable -coa 'mined  and nay 'the royalty I hereon, If the coal min-  inK rights are nor, beintt operated such returns  should be furnished -it least once    year. .  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available sui-T ace right Many  be considered iiecessiuy for I be working of the  mine at the rate ������*���������  510.00 an acre  For full   information  applica shou    be  made to the Secretary of the Departnic of  the Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agontor Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lauds.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister o  the Interior  N.rl.-Unaiithorized publication  tisement will not be paid for.  dver  n-Cm  Where Are  Your Interests  If Are they in this community ?  *r Arc thev anioni? the  people with whom' you  associate ?  IF Are -they with the  neighbors and fi-lends  with whom you do busi-  business ���������?  If so, you want to know what is happening in this community. You want  to know the goings and comings 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 :givcs 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'-1 If not you owe it  to yourself to sec that it is put  thei-e.   To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  It is rumored that the A. E. Howsc  Co., of Princeton,-have taken the old  Commercial Hotel building and purpose having it altered to use as a store.  PMM������  Livery, Feed fc Sale Stables   HKDLEY   B.C.  IT Agood stock of Horses and Bigs on  Hand.   ,1T Orders for T/eaming  .promptly 'attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Gompanu.  WOOD   FOB   SALE,!  Phono 11. D. J.  INNIS       Proprietor.  ' h'&_Xri&l������toi!%4.-a  4&  Yp*c* ?#&n^p wife  $M iH aiM|^ie"chiidi;pu>feho*uld|^ou 4^-tM-$ or lose your era-  ���������*���������'   ���������-������ pR������lfent?   Ha^^od-Mntfhe^OTffe Bank to tide the  family overuntil you are "on your feet" again?    -  *������������������$/{"? yy    >]p^-4gey*;married man should open an account in our  r>:' J-<^'Sa\^in^lE%)artment and put by a part of his earnings  every week or month.  Such a sam, earning interest, will be a welcome  protection for the family. A Savings Account may be  opened .with one dollar. ..-..'"  Ill  T8 Yeafs in Business.   Capitai.and Surplus $.7,884,000.  Hedley Branch, -  .    C. P. Daltpn-, Manager  ST.-  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  riOAL mining rights of the Dominion, in  *~/ Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories and in a -.orliuii of the Province of British Columbia, may bo leased for a term ot  twenty-one years at an animal lental of ������1 an  acre. Not more than *.'.o(id aeies will bo leased  to one ui'piieant.  Application for a lease inus be made by the  applicant in person to the Agen or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the ri applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territoiy the land must bedes-  cribud by sections, or legal sub-division lof  sections, and in unsurvoyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by applicant  himself.  Done in the Most  Artistic Styles  Large   and   Modern   Plant,  giving facility for prompt ex-  . edition of all orders  ... A1 ... .  Ri|ht Prices  Our Ideas are Effective and  Our Work of the   Highest  Standard  THE  HEDJJEY, B.C.  Satisfaction Guarantee  <':i  HI  1  I THE .HEDLEY GAZETTE MAE. 25, 1915  ft-**"'"  " J3A0^74'PT������Rr'W-Airr^:^  Reasons for Believing. That Great Britain  ]|wfili Benefit From War���������Capital  Becomes Abundant  4n  lsepoits indicate a rJli'M*ioi������������i*-������fcH*ti  in England that is wiiB/mt:pr:<*ced>nt-,.  say's an exchange. At'- the '"end ' the  yesi*^, the Bank of England had nearly  ,$9(M),000,0()() on depositi'which is'ubou.t  thiiee times the ante helliim average.  . ' i 11. -1      ,���������      ��������� .   . . >. t*f *-^ ���������  -All the other great luniks a re. in the  same condition, and sumo of them are  refjisiug to ineivaso theii* deposit, be  cause money on call is almost imloiid-  * '       '     i  .,  able and brings-but 2i to.2ft pervcent.  when lent on time. -In the UnUed  States, much the same state of-a if airs  exists and the, reserves of the New  York Clearing House hanks are $148,-  000,000 in excess of the legal requirements under the Fed rial Reserve Act.  This is in a measure due to the establishment of the Fcdcial Reserve'hanks,  but the case of money throughout'the  Anglo-American world is a phenomenon which nearly always presages an  expaiiMiui of business.  It is, nevertheless, paradoxical that  the supplies of liquid capital should he  larger than ever before ata time when  all the gteat nations of Europe are  borrowing such huge amounts and  spending from five lo ten millions a  day lo maintain armies that aie burning expensive powder, wrecking valuable property and destroying precious  lives. What is the explanation of the  paradox 'i Mathematics is called an  exact science, but in its higher realms  many paradoxes are encountered that  vcan lie re.-.olved only with the aid of  imagination and the empiricism that  is called faith. The same statement  "would appear to he liiieTof economics  in view of the world's financial conditions today.  In August it was piedicted and believed that the war would be brought  bo an end ere this by the complete  bankruptcy of the powers involved,  but lo! their borrowing power is im'-,  diminished and the supply of credit at  their disposal is larger than ever.  Looking hack on the history of tin-  world for the last hundred yeais, we  find the same sequence in the commercial and financial recoid. The first effect of war is panic caused by the im  pact of the shock. Thereafter, within  a comparatively short period, capital  becomes abundant, business revives,  speculation is quickened,-and a-period  of financial activity follows that generally becomes a vciitable boom before  peace can he discerned and continues  for several years thereafter.  The Napoleonic war cost England  about three billion dollars, and France  nearly as much. Then, as now, the  bankruptcy of Europe was predicted,  but Macanlay, alluding sum what ironically to that prophecy, says  beggared, the bankrupt society  only proved able to meet all its obligations*, but while meeting them grew  richer and richer so fast that the  growth could almost he discerned by  the eye. In every country we saw  wastes recently turned into garden;  in every city we saw new streets and  squares and markets; more biilliant  lamp.*-; more abundant supplies of  water. While shallow politicians were  repeating that the energies of the people were borne down by the weight of  ptihlic burdens, the fir*>t journey was  performed by steam on a railway and  soon the island was inter.se.cted by'  railways."  T/he Crimean aud the Franco-Pros-,  sian wars were siinihirly concurrent;  with iucreased business activity. Tlie  Boer war was followed by the .greatest  trade expansion. England has ever  known, and the decade following the  Kjpauish-Amei'ican'war shows a business expansion in the United States  that seems almost miraculous in suddenness and volume.  foi ��������� ���������i\^^G\y���������-'^^"^^^y-'-������&yviyi^'A.  may be doing duty as diapers, sgme-  wheto south of the-10th'parallel. S^The  old time office-towel might begtoo!  sombre, tcx-mi-Hgmudui-n taste, but were  -ivas;neivert*-he}������!'s a certain rigid glig-  "hjt^,<it$bult;ifc'gy;hich might have sieved  it fi*oiii the above-mentioned posSible-  hiimiliation. \l  FACTS  vs.  FICTION  - ������������������ -- *������������������'- '...w.'������i|,-,,-' "  -������.,'.*-   "-.:-i   ��������� ������������������--;*r.   ...  ' .Opposition speakers and writers are  entertaining,themselver and others by  accusing the McBr.ide a'dininistratinn  of creating .a heavy provincial debt,  and of j>roducing unlimited deficits.  Pne speaker " speaks \ of a deficit of  twenty millions. Whether he means,  deficit or debt, or in the former case he,  supposes that there is a deficit of this  size for one year or for the whole pei-  i *  iod of the administration no living  mo.ital knows. But it may not be out  of place to produce the financial record of the. administration in the matter of debts, deficits and surplvses.  To begin .with we may say that in,  the ?ix years before Sir Richard McBride took ollice the expenditures as  i ecordi d exceeded the receipts by $���������!,-  2:33,211. in 1997 the liabilities,.of the  province exceeded the reported assets  by $1,281,015. hi .Tune, 1913, when Sir  Riohaid McEride took office, the net  debt had increased to $S,G30,S70, the  increase coi responding almost exactly  with the reported deficits. It appeals  that during the. yea is in which Mr.  Josepfi Martin was a member of the  government the increases in tin-'del t  went on quite, rapidly.  ���������COLONIS'l  j -Tensas  ;if;^6#'^tf'f������I  .<. "������*%. .���������������*,.>������ <i������r   j<    f   ���������������% h������* $gt  'Call and See our New  'Samples of Wallpaper  , Burlaps, Cretonnes, Etc.  nei3leyDrua& Book Store  * H&dl&y, B������G.',:' ' i ;  J't ��������� ST\ r  *.*���������<?   j&?**Y  satisfies   the   most  exacting  <pym\       cook on .every point. Let the  McGlary dealer demonstrate the fact.  , V -Sold by HEDLEY-TRADING COflPANY  OF  INTEREST  TO  Poultry Raisers  e  %  \  .-4  A  \    ..   ������ The VANCOUVER MILLING  | arid GRAIN COMPANY, Ltd.  >$ Vancouver, B# C.  .        . g  Clip this advertisement from  the Hedley Gazette and mail  it.to us today. In return we  will send you, without charge  generous samples of our famous Chick Food and Growing.  Food in order that you m-iy  test their wonderful values.  State name and address and  nearest post office, al-so name  and  address of your dealer."  A. Megraw, Inspector of Indian  -Agencies came in on - Wednesday'���������  troin along with J. R. Brown, Indian  Agent and went hack to Vernon on  Friday.  MANY IN HEDLEY USE  FAMOUS COMPOUND  "The  not  The famous mixtnre of buckthorn  bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adlei-  i-ka," is" much used here in* Hedley.  This is the most complete bowel  cleanser ever sold, being even used  in appendicitis. Just ONE SPOONFUL' relieves almost ANY CASE of  constipation, sour or gassy stomach.  ONE MINUTE after Adler-i-ka is  taken the gasses rumble.and pass out  ���������the INSTANT action is surprising.  F. M. Gillespie, druggist.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE   GAZETTE  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF  Letterheads  Billheads  ��������� Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  TR.Y US.  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  ���������  Memo Heads  Butter Wrapper  Visiting Cards  WE GIVE SATISFACTION.  Exact Printin  15 A SPECIALTY WITH US  WATER NOTICE  LOCAL  NEWS  P.  ������,. W. Shatford M. P. P. returned  on Thurday from a trip up the river  and was well pleased with .the reception he met with from the electors  new and old. In view of what he has  done Jf or the district in tlie tweyc years  that he has been its representative, tins is the only kindof reception  that could lie expected, for after all  the.general pulbic.can ;be counted qu  to .know .when .their representative  doest,he square thing by them. The-  roads In the ^Similkameen aiding "are-  easily ;tbe .hest;in the .province to-day i  and lihose,w!ho know what they w.civ,  twelve years ago are not very apt to  overlook that fact.  Among the familiar objects of the  print shop), the absence of which  makes one lonesome, that old standby the Office towel, was niissing. It  serves the Gazette right for violating  the old rule and substituting "towels"  Application for a Licence to take  and use Water will be made nuclei- the  "Water Act" of British Columbia as  follows;  The name   of  the applicant in   the  Similkameen Water Works Company.  Limited.    The adress of the applicant  is Hedley,  B.  C.   The   name of tin-  stream is Twenty Mile   Creek.   The  stream  has   source   in  Stray   Horse  Lake, Hows in a southerly direction  and   empties    in    the    Similkameen  River about one half a mile from.Hedley, .B.'C   The water is to be diverted  from   the   stream on  the   East side  .about four thosand feet from  N.   E.  Boundary of Hedley Townsite.   The:  purpose for w.hich  the water will  be  used is municipal.    The land on which  the water is to ,be used  is described  as follows:     Town    of   Hedley   and  Proprrty of the Daly Reduction Co.  Ltd.    The quantity of .water applied  for is as follows;   Thirty cubic   feet  per second.   This notice was posted on ;  the ground on the.fo.urth day of March  1915.   A copy of this noticeand an application pursuant thereto and ito the  requirements of the "Water Act" will  be filed in the office of the Water Recorder at Princeton, B.C.     Objections  may be filed w,ith the .said Water Re- \  corded, or with .the Comptroller  of,  Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings,;  Victoria, B.C.  Similkamee.n Water Works Co., Ltd.-  By Gcmer P. Jones, agent.  Hedley, March 4th, 1915.  l-fAVE Ypu ever considered  the quality of your work  from the standpoint of careful  type composition and efficient  proofreading ? The reputation  of this house for good printing  has been established through  accuracy and attention to the  little details. Send your printing here and we will do it right.  63  Hedley  (Jazetobe  $2 per annum Town and District  There will be special 'AjiglS  vice in Hedley on E.*>stor^rfhd  T.JJOp.m.  S. E. Hamilton has been off work  for a couple of days with a n attack of  tonsilitis.  Indian Agent .1. It. Brown was' in'  the lower Similkameen early in the  week, and was in Hedley between  tiains on Wednesday.  Mrs. W. J. Forbes returned on Wednesday's train from a two weeks' trip  to the south, visiting friends in Penticton, Spokane and Keremeos.  Leckie's. Soldier Boy Boots.. By far  the best vabie.in -boys footwear ever  shown. Built to wear well. -'Quality  first":/ Hedley Trading Co.,   Ltd.  I have a crackerjack pruposilion for  a good live wire Agent in Hedley.  Lady or gentleman. Write me at  once. F. C. Ritchiej 132 Pemherton  Block, Victoria, B.C.  According to  the  Vancouver Prov  ince,   Bulldog   Brown   has   become  a  maker of proverbs,   but the laurels of  Solomon'and Abe  Lincoln are not yet  seriously in danger.  The golf links are retaining their  populaiity arid members are taking  every advantage of the excellent condition of the couise. Later on when  the grass gets higher and the days get  hotter, thu play will slacken oil" a bit.  Theiewas a wedding down at the  Chu-chu-wey-ha. Mission last week  when Rev. Father Cunant united in  marriage Witchy Allison with the  willow of the late Charlie Allison.  Mr. L. W. Shatford during the past  two years has made the mads of Similkameen the best in the interior of  British Columbia. Any person who  has gone over them will cheerfully  admit it.  H. A. Turner, district road supervisor for the Similkameen electoral  district, was up the valley this week  accompanied by M. B. Wcscott, district engineer under the Public Works  Department, Mr. Wcscott makes  Revelstoke bis headquarters-*. They  went out again on Thursday to Penticton.  Back in the' effete east it is a customary practice on the part of coimtiy  weeklies to take one week oif in the  year. Owing to failure .'of the absent  one to get out last week's paper, the  present number is dated to take its  place and the issue which would otherwise come out this week will have to  count as the annual holiday week.  Editor Smythe, of the Siinilkameen  Star, went up the line Wednesday to  resume his labor after a little holiday  at Spokane. Editor Smythe is one of  the old guard of newspapermen who  followed fickle fortune, in the mining  camps of the great interior and while  dame fortune smiled on the St. Eugene  Editor Smythe tuned his lyre a nil on the  Moyie leader to sing her praises, but  when the 'jade withdrew her smiles.he  was obliged like others to seek bis  daily bread elsewhere.  Thanks tar an early spring and the  attention which has always been paid  to the. roads in the Similkameen riding, the route between Penticton and  Keremeos was never in such good  shape at the end.of March as it is at  present. Tweddle's auto is making the  daily trips regularly and on time. If  the Great Northern would only restore  the daily train service on the Oroville-  Princeton run, travel would be back  iigain to the old mark, and less time  would be lost in getting about the  district.  W. C. Martin, late editor, manager  and holder of several other portfolios  on Ibis great family journal dcpai ted  a few days ago for parts unknown.  Some creditors are nnikinganxious inquiries, hub thu most serious part of  the affair is sundry things are coming  to light Lo show that liberties were  taken that would make his conduct a  mutter for the grand jury to deliberate  upon if action were taken. Pasteboard  proclivitiers that have wrought the  downfall of many a youth should have-  no part in the domestic economy of  the average country publisher.  It is proposed that the Golf Club's  monthly medal competition should  take place in the second week of encn  month, and that in order to secure the;  greatest possible number of entrants*'  three days ��������� Saturday, Sunday and  Monday���������should be allotted for play;  Competitors must play 18 holes, and  of course must be accompanied by a  fellow member whose signature will be.  appended lo the score card. As this is  a handicap competition, intending competitors should hand in at the bank at,'  least one duly vouched score card by  April 5th in order that handicaps maybe revised by the committee.  \   :V,.; '';"-.,^.J';"r;.;'"'.:. til 15 lllLDLljjX UAZE'1TE;;MAR. 25,.1915.-  .. -^^ -^m^r ' : =l-:L-   "J     itt'   tp **���������"������������������*������������������:���������2������  sBtl  'RL  Ladies' Spring Hats  ���������~   TrimrhedandUntrimmed7^  Men's Clothing  The Right Goods at the Right Prices  LET US SHOW YOU  Boots, Shoes, Slippers  and. Sandals  We can fit every foot in town  NEW GOODS  IN  EVERY  LINE  QUALITY    FIRST  fledy Traflino 60. Ltd.  tfNVN  LATEST  STYLES BN SHOES  What about that new pair of shoes for Spring?  We banc just received a large consignment  of. "INVICTUS BRAND" SHOES that wo know-  will appeal to the Ladies and Gentlemen of  Hedley. No need for sending out to get the  new shapes we have them hero.  lNo Trouble to Show Goods  H. G. FREEMAN  Men's Furnisher  Hedley, B. C.  ^ ������ ��������������� ������������������������-������-������^<������-^-'������^-'������^-������-������-������-������-������<^^-������-������^<8-"������^"������<������ ^-������4M������"���������>  WE SELL FRESH GROCERIES  THEY   COST NO   MORE THAN  THE OTHER KIND.   ONE TRIAL  WILL CONVINCE YOU  ���������  ���������  ���������   FRASER BLOCK  HEDLEY, B.C.  Supply limited, having only one pen of each mating.    Birds  are all  of Ai   quality,   many  having won ist prizes in big  shows.    Matings and prices on application  White Leghorns Rhode Island Reds  Brown Leghorns White Orpingtons  Black Mhiorcas Black Orpingtons  White Rocks Light Brahnias  Barred Rocks White Wyandottes  Mammoth'Imperial White Pekin Ducks  White Leghorn  and Black Minorca Cockerels  for sale.  VALLEY POULTRY YARDS  L. W. NEWTON - - - KEREMEOS CENTRE  fit  ADVERTISE  IN THE  GAZETTE  is the great music festival  of iheyear. Without music  Easier loses much of its  significance. The Vi&rola  brings all the world's wealth  of sacred music into your  Instead of hearing a few of these  beautiful hymns and sacred selections  sung only once a year, you can hear  them"often and come really to know  them as they deserve to be known���������  as they are rendered by the world's  besl: singers, on the Vidtrola.,  Here are some of the favorite Easier  selections on Victor Records:  Angels Evec Bright and Fail  Unfold Yb Portals  Christ Arose  Beautiful Isle.of Somewhere  Creation���������With Verdure Clad  Gloria from Twelfth Mass    (Mozart)  Halle'ujah Chorus    (Messiah)  Victor Chorus with Sousa's Band���������31770  Lucy Marsh | 35075  1 rinity Choir J  Hayden Quartet} ]mQ  Harold Jar vis)  Lucy Marsh���������60055  Lyric Quartet���������31589  Hosanna    (Granicr)  Herbert Witherspoon���������74279  I Know That My Redeemer Liveth    (Messiah)  Lucy Marsh���������7007,1  Jesus Christ is Rissn Hayden Quartet���������16178  'Les Rameaux ' (The Palms)    In French      Enrico Caruso���������88459  Les Rameaux    (The Palms) * In French  Edmond Clement���������74319  Les Rameaux    (The Palms)    In French -      Pol Plar.con���������85020  The Palms    In English Harry MacDonough���������31601  \  Any "His Master's Voice" dealer in  any city or town in Canada will be  glad to play any of these beautiful  Easier hymns or any other music you  wish to hear.  Vidtrola VI     $33.50  With IS ten-inch, double-sided Vicftor Records   (30  selections.  ��������� -    your own choice) $47.00  Sold on easy terms, if desired.  Other Victrolas from $21.00 to $305 (on easy  payments, if desired), and ten-inch, double-sided  Victor Records at 90c (or the two selections at  . any "His Master's Voice" dealer in any town  or city in Canada. Write for free copy of  our 420-page Musical Encyclopedia listing over  6000 Victor Records. Ask tohear the. great  British baltle song���������"The Flag That' Never  Comes Down," sung by Edward Hamilton, on  Vicftor Record No. 1 7696���������price 90 cents.  BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO.  LIMITED  ^���������-������������������sf-JILfcrr.-*^;*^  Lenoir Street, Montreal  DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY  Vidlor Records���������Made in Canada���������Patronize Home Products  533-430  } HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN<  t MEDLEY, B. C.  f" An Up-to-date   First-Class Hotel  } RATES MODERATE  C     ...   J. DOLLEMORE  l Proprietor.  UBSCRIBE FOR THE GAZETTE  I HATCHING     EGGS H  8   ������  &  Thoroughbred Double and Single  ft  b   Comb Rhode Island Reds,  White  K  | BEN R. BARLOW ������  g   P. O. Box 7 - Keremeos  g


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