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The Hedley Gazette May 18, 1911

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 m  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER  Volume VTI.  HEDLEY, E.G., THURSDAY,  MAY is. 191.1.  Number 19.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST       ,  118 year's' practice in Vancouver.]  .  '     S. O. L. Co.'s Block   -  PENTICTON, ���������'��������� - :''-'. B. C.  K. C. BROWN  ���������     BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  \ NOTARY PUBLIC, Etc.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  MGLflRKE  Watchmaker  ���������������������������'������������������^.'/���������'������������������.'���������''-'''''"���������'HEpLE^'i-.B'i.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel, 'i  Rates Moderate.  A. Barnes. Prop.       Pextictox, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer, Real-Estate,- :Mines,  Crown    Grants ^Applied   For  Under Land '.'Act-'- anel  Mineral Act.     :  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada. "������������������.'���������  Hudson Bay Insurance Co..  Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co. '[  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B. C.  IE. H. ROGERS,  M.A��������� B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  Idrand Union  Hotel: .  HEDLEY, B. C.  |-lrst Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  ���������Stocks  7Vllne������  Herbert B. JBro\A/n  '   Broker  MEMIlEK   VAXCOfVKU  MINI NO EXCHANOK  IS Pender St. W. Viincbuver.  Write uic about your claims  A. F. & A. M.  Toy KKCl'LAR monthly meetings of  k *** Hedley Loelfce No. -l.'l. A. F. & A. M���������  are held- on the second- Friday in  lacli month in Fraternity hull, Heelley. -Visiting  [���������rethrc-n are cordially invited to attend.  if. K. FRASER, J. A. SCHUBERT,  \V. M Secretary  L. O. L.  Kecnlar monthly niooting-s of  Heelley Lodge 171-1 are held on  the third Monday in every  |-SSa������ilI^J'3*IIlt'11-:1' *������������������ Fraternity Hull. Visit"  j-iig- brelhoru mc cordially invited to attend.  .IOIIN JAM I K.SOX. \Y. M,  VOL LOXSilAI.K. .Sci-'t.  h;. a. e,'. stl*i>i-  llAItOl.D  JIAVXK  IIAI.V  .TUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock Exchange  l^eal^Estate,   insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street VV  Opposite New Post Ollice  WHERE LAND RAISE APPLIES  Recent Decision Will Not Apply to Lands  on Which Deposits Have Been Made  MAKING THE ROUND  OFFICIALS VISIT MINE  w.  H. T.  GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Murk  PENTICTON,  Block  B. C.  *   *s . '          -.-���������������������������  Victoria, May ll.-r-By an order-in-  couiicil approved by tlie Lieutenant  Governor today the enunciated policy  of the Provincial Govern merit with respect to the recent doubling of the  prices of first and second class crown  lands throughout British Columbia  .have...been modified to the extent that  it will not be held applicable 'to liinds  applied for and upon which the required deposits of fifty cents per acre  had been paid prior to the decision arrived at in respect to the increase of  price.  The order-in-council ieads as fol-.  lows: "that the "order-in-council approved 611 April 3, 1911, increasing the  minimum price of first and second  class lands from $5 and $2.50 per acre  respectively to $10 and $5 per- acre  respectively, shall be-held not to apply  to applications to purchase .such various crown lands which "were received-  by the assistaiit-commissitiiier of laird  on or before April 3, 1911, and with respect to. which the: required deposit of  fifty cents pet- acre liacl been received  by the said commissioners on or before April 3, 1910.-  Orders-in-council have also to-day  beeii approved reserving all unalienated crown lands in the north division  of East Kootenay electoral district or  within,the Municipality of Richmond  in the latter case whether or not such  lands be covered by witter.  Sirnilkameeii's Representative Welcomed  By His Constituents on His Annual  Tour Among- Them  Bedding Plants  ... and ...  t  Vegetable Plants  Now Ready  Louis C. Rolls & Co. anel  Shattbrds, Ltd., the two leading merchants of Hedley will  be pleased to take your order.  Ask for Our Price List.  FRACHE   BROS.  FLORISTS, Columbia, B.C.  ...PAINTING...  and PAPAR-HANGING  The Undersigned is prepared to  do work in  HOUSE, SIGN and  any OTHER WORK  in the painting* line.  Orders  may be  sent to  Box  472, Hedley, B. C.  R.T.BARCLAY.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  $10.00  REWARD  For evidence that will convict any  putties of trespass or removing property from the Bull Dog Mines. M,C.  Kent is the  only party with privilege  of occupation.  11. \i. Bniiw.v  DR. J.  L.  MASTERS  DENTIST      '  Following .his usual custom of making a visit to all parts of, his constituency one or more times a year Mr. L.  W. Shatford is again at'the present  time about completing a fairly exhaustive tour through the riding.  This plan of his is becoming' more  appreciated year by year by both his  supporters and those who. politically  do not see eye to eye with him for  they see that it is in the interests of  the 'community "that, the .'representative' should have the accurate knowledge of the wants of every part of his  district which can only be obtained at  firsthand. Costly mistakes are often  made by representatives, through acting on information supplied by parties  whose self-interest prevents them from  being fair. The representative >vho  never looks hear his constituents except when an election is,coming on is  at the mercy of ward-heelers and  schemers and would,be more than  human if he did not make serious mistakes that would operate both against  himself and the interests of the community. In the House Mr..Shatford  has been blamed by'.impertinent meddlers for doing'as he has done and it  is. all the more pleasing on this occasion to note that he is not allowing  himself to be influenced by any meddling criticism of that kind.  On Thursday Mr. Shatford arrived  in Hedley on his return from the western part of the district where he hael  spent several days above and around  Princeton, visiting Ooalinont. Tula-  nieen and Granite Creek where he met  most of the electors and saw the progress being made.  While the appropriation which he  has obtained this year again for his  district has been a most generous one  it is the intention as much as ever to  see that it is all wisely expended and  made to do the greatest amount of  good; and in the road supervisor fertile district, Mr. H. A. Turner, he is  fortunate in haying a rutin who has  both the business training to look  after the financial end of it and the  practical knowledge of handling men  in directing work which enables him  to keep tab on the operations of the  various road foremen.  The work to be done this year will  be largely made up of repairs and improvements with an occasional piece  of new road here and there through  the district, and all will be done with  a view as much as possible to permanency. The improvements are mostly  in bettering the steeper grades arid  cutting out as much as possible the  more dangerous spots.  In all probability the principal new  work to.be undertaken in this part of  the valley, although it is not in the  immediate vicinity of Hedley, will be  the construction of a new road for a  certain 'distance up Ashnola Creek.  The number of new ranches located  up there would in themselves justify  the expenditure and in addition to  this there is the chance that a road up  there would be the means of establishing for the Siiiiilkarneen valley on this  side of the line the advantage of being  the outlet of the tungsten properties on  the American side of the line owing to  the difficulty of obtaining access to  them from any point on the Washington side.  From here Mr. Shatford was going  through the lower valley and from  there over into the Okanagan valley  and afterwards over the Rock mountain section  and up the   Kettle Kiver.  The stock-holders of the Hedley  Gold Mining Co. were represented  tiiis week by a visit from I. Li Merrill,  president of the Company, and by Mr.  T. Walter Beam, who although not on  the Board eif Directors is nevertheless  close to the executive officers and had  a great deal to do with their purchase  of the property.  Messrs. Merrill and Beam came in  on -Wednesday's train and next day  went up to the mine.  This  was the president's first visit  since last December and Mr. Beam has  not had. an opportunity to examine  the property since he left   here, in the  early fall of 1909.    He was 111 once last  year but only a brief run   to accompany Mr.  Fraserout after his illness.  The amount of 'development which  has been done and the working of the  improved plant were   matters of special   interest  to  them  and everything  was given thorough inspection.    It is  safe  to say  that there never* was   ai  time when the mine and plant was doing better work than at the: present,  for*, while earlier 'operations": had-the  benefit of. the rich  gossan nearer   the  surface, the. closer saving and increased  crushing  capacity  now will   more  than  overcome the difference in   the  character of ore, and the management  has    the   additional    satisfaction'" of  knowing that   the .deplorable waste  which resulted from the faulty extraction   is now  a thing of  the past and  good  values   are   no   longer-   thrown  away, in the tailings.  ...  As an evidence of their satisfaction  with the success of their: first investment in this camp we take the following from the Spokane Spokesman-Review.  "Since the present owner, the Hedley Gold Mines, Limited, took over  the Nickel Plate mine at Hedley, B.C.,  it has been paying quarterly dividends  at the rate of 20 per cent per annum,  at the same time that it is building up  a good cash surplus," saiel I..L. Merrill,  of Los Angeles, Cal., president of the  company at the Hotel Spokane last  evening.  "At the same time, we have been  putting into sight a little more ore  than we have been extracting The  mill now is treating 140 tons -of ore  daily and we expect to work.up to.a  capacity of 16*0 or 170 tons with the  present plant. We did not enlarge it  materially, but added a tube mill. The  extraction, which used to be poor with  coarse   crushing, is   very satisfactory  THE WEEK'S GOLF  The fortnightly match between  Hincks and Rolls for the ladder top  Avas fortunately played last week on  Thursday afternoon or it would have  been -prevented by rain if left to be  played on the. usual date. This time  it was won by rolls 2 up and 1 to play.  This makes.."alternate' wins for them  for the last four matches and is settling down into a sort of -fixed law of  the pendulum.  The club foursomes on Saturday  brought out two sets "although several  of the "regular players were not present. Rolls and Miss Jackson played  Harold Townsend and Mrs. Jones in  which the former won, the scores being (50 to 80 and with handicaps deducted. 48 t<i 02.. A. Megraw and Mrs.  Thain played Barclay and Avonia  Jones in whicluthe former won, scores  72 tei 82 arid with handicaps deducted  51 to 00. v       ���������-v  The week has been marked by a  visit from Mr. 1. L. Merrill, president  of the Hedley Child Mining Co. who  .was'brie'-of the original members'of  the Hedley Golf Club and still keeps  up his -membership heie. Mr. Merrill  thoroughly enjoys a good game on  the Hedley links and loses no opportunity to have, a few rounds of them  in what time he can spare on his occasional ���������brief-"visits here. "He'holds  membership in different golf clubs between Camden cm the coast of Maine  and Los Angeles, Ceil., in which latter  club lie does most of his playing and  has just emerged from a club contest  there, in which he had the honor of  winning a silver cup in a match  against 56 competitors. He is playing  a strong game this summer especially  with his wooden clubs and particular-,  ly his brassie with which he is doing  superb work.  Another feature  of the week was a '  new hole; record established by Charlie  Revely who has succeeded in capturing "corkscrew" in two.  AN  ENTERPRISING FIRM  since we inaugurated fine crushing."  The Hedley Gold Mines, limited, is  capitalized at $1,500,000. Since its incorporation, a little over a year ago,  it has paid dividends of $263,520, the  regular quarterly disbursement being  $60,000. President Corey of the United  States Steel Corporation, and the  widow of the late Marcus Daly aire  two of the principal stockholders.  Mr. Merrill was formerly a prominent mining man of Butte, Montana,  where he was connected with the  Butte and Boston. With Capt. J. C.  Hoatson, he became interested in Arizona copper properties and made a  large fortune out of his holdings in  Calumet and Arizona. On his return  from Hedley in about a week, he will  go to Maine for a month's salmon  fishing.  To that   end a competi-  is being conducted  I'. 0. HOXIKKi  i/ancouver,  B. C.  GOOD ADVERTISING  A lo-iy eif iii,.*'Commercial Review is  to hand anil shows that .13. V. has now  a ('oimiiere-ial   magazine devoted' sole-  ! ly to the*   int'-rests of   business in   this  l province.     It is published by the Puli-  j licity   Pies--  at 5-1'{   Hastings St. Van-  icouver,   i'. <'.   and   is meant   to cover  ! particularly both the provinces of Bri  ��������� ��������� ���������     tish   Colitiuliia    and   Alberta.     Tvpo-  Burne, Temple &. Tunbridge!������-,'1i>,-i,,'m>" il 1<';IV<->S nothing to >,.- ,u--  I sired and a special feature wliich it  ���������has taken up that is most i-oninienil-  able is that of encouraging and giving  ..   j assistance:    to   business   men   in    the  PENTICTON, British Columbia.       ' writing  and  production   of   effective  Will beat: Rome office  in Oroville, h  tf>, 1 -tL11 of each month,  Oflice  011   Xorth    Main.   Streei  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  advertising,  tion in ad  in which every merchant who is a  .subscriber- to the magazine is eligible  to compete and four prizes ot $50. $25,  $10 and $5, is-offered for the best ads  appearing in the local papers in the  regular way of business. Of course  every local paper- wili do its level best  ta set tip its ads in the neatest and  most effective wav to give its advertisers a chance to win prizes as well as  to win .1 prize for itself as a special  ���������prize of $25 is to be given to the paper  in which the first prize ad appears and  the publisher who is not a hog will  pass on the cash to. the printer who  ,sets up the prize ad. for the honor of  winning the prize for his paper should  ���������be sufficient for." him. The magazine  [itself is well worth any business man's  while to take. It deals sanely .with  business matters and its editorials are  sound.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THIS   GAZETTE  (Province)  Extended activity on the part of the  principal business firms of Vancouver  is as much a tribute to the growth of  the city as lo their own enterprise,  and for this reason it is interesting to  note certain changes and enlargements recently made by the well  known investment firm of Dow, Fra-  ser <fc Co., Ltd., of Cambie street.  Founded in 1900, this firm's business  has shown  marked   growth in  recent  years,  so that the sum   of  its  varied  activities  is  now quite  considerable.  In addition to real  estate, one department after another baa been added until today Dow, Fraser <5c Co.  operate a  banking department in  wliich money  is accepted on deposit, subject   to cheque,  safety  deposit vaults, a department for   the   purchase   and  sale:  of  municipal   debentures  and   industrial  stocks, as well as discharging the fiduciary duties  generally   undertaken by  a trust  company.     The  latest departure of the. firm, to  whieh attention is  now  called,  is the acquisition  eif the  premises adjacent to its office on (Cambie street.    In these  offices a legal department   has been established with a  properly  qualified solicitor  in charge,  whose  services,   the  firm  announces,  are  at  the  disposal  of its  customers  either  in the  drawing up of contracts  or agreements,   in throwing light  on  knotty points of law. or in any other  of the  numerous  ways  that it is possible  for a   legal  advisor tei  assist the  public.  Another office: has been set apart  and furnished by the firm to be employed as a directors' board room, or  a business conference room, which the  public are invited freely to make use  of without charge, the only stipulation being that notice of a day or two  be given the firm of a desire to make  Use: of the room for the purpose of a  meeting. Finally, it should be added..  (1 stenographer has been placed in an  Adjoining room, whose services niay  be reepiisitione-d at any time in the  conference: room a valuable a ill thai  all business men will appreciate.  These additional offices are alrcady  fiu'nished, and may be used at anytime. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY IS, 1911.  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  -lie-cl on 'I'luirsilay.-s, by the: Hkd.I.KV CiA/.l'TTl.  I'lilNTlXI'! AND I'riU.lSIIIXI* (.'o.Ml'AXV.  Ij.mitkii.   at.  lle:illiiV.  M. ('.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year S^"1  "   ( I'li'ted Ktutesl  '���������!������������������**!  Advertising Rates  Measureineiit. Iii lines to the ineli.  Land Notices���������C'ertilie-atesof improvement, e-t'e.  '$7.(1(1 for (iO-elay nutiees, anel $.".110 I'l.u-.'IO-ilay  notices.  Con:ract Advertisements���������One: iheli per month  Sl.i'5: over 1 ine:li and up to I inches, Sl.dO  pi-1- inch per month. To eonsuuit advertisers  Inking larger spuee than   four  inches, on  application, rates will he jrivon of retliieeel  cliarijes, based on size of space and length  of time.  Transient Advertisements���������not exe-eeeling one  ineli. ������1.00 for one insertion. ,'J5 cents for  eaeli .suhsecpient insertion. Over one inch,  10 e-ents per line for Hist insertion and ;>  cents per line for each subseciueiit insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the oflice by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  Advertisements will-be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For i:haiiges oftoner than once a month  he  price of composition will be charged at  regular rates..    -  A. MEGRAW. Managing h'ditor.  j overheard a conversation * betwee-n a  i couple'of jurors who were discussing  minimal law and evidi-nce. The:  | Crippen trial was on in London at the  jtiinV  and the papers were full   of  the  spoke.  ��������� hould  NOTICE'  simimv.oikkn i.an'd ihstkict  DISTUie.T OK V.M.K  The Best -of Friends  TT-AKI*: Notice that I. Cluu-k's Xelson, of Ster- ���������  ���������*���������        ling C'rei'k. oc������-'.ipiitioii,  raiie-lier. intends j  'Full Moon  13  Lastquar.  21  jtiSj  New Moon  ���������MS  First eiuar.  6.  1911  MAY  1011  Sun. Mon.  Tues. Wed  Thu. Fri. Sat.  l  2      3  -i  5    ���������''������.  7       S  9     10  il  12     13  14     15  16     17  18  19     20  21     22  23     21  25  20     27  2S     29  30  TRIAL BY JURY  '.'.    Every once in a while cases crop up  which make thoughtful people'- doubt  wether the old  time-honored  custom  of trial by jury has  not  outliyed its  usefulness.    The Nahiunshan  trial  at  Vernon   last  week    when  a   Vernon  jury declared that the.  prisoner, was  not guilty after he had himself pleaded guilty and the Judge  had   charged  strongly for  conviction, was   another  ..istance.    This, however, is  not new  'for a. Vernon jury   which  has already  established the record of never having  hung a prisoner charged with murder  no niattiH-  how strong  the   evidence  was.     In some cases  the  killing  was  done in broad daylight in presence of  several witnesses who   tolel   the  court  plainly  what they had seen, but nevertheless the inevitable  verdict  "not  guilty" was   brought  in   and the prisoner- got off.      As   the   result   of   so  many eie-cuii-renecs of that kind   in the  assize   court    at   Vernon     it  is    well  known that the best  class   of   Vernon  citizens feel the situation   and are ill a  ini'.-isure humiliated  at   what they regard as grave   miscarriages   of justice  in their midst.    Apparently  there has  been too  much   criminal  law   in   that  community anel   a  crop    of   hayfield,  carpenter shop  and bar-room  lawyers  has   been    developed    who   leo.l   their  legal oats  (so to speak)'to  such   a   ele--  gree   that   when   they  are summoned  as   petit;-jurors   they  are   prepared   to  arrogate   to   themselves    the:   wisdom  and   prerogatives  of    supreme    court  judges   and   the-   legal   acumen   of  rei-  nowut-d   counsel for   the  defence.    In  October last   there was   witnessed the  instance of a murder trial in which  a  change of venue   hael been  applied for  a.nd granted  from the Cariboo district  to Vernon.    The prisoner had already  been tried twice.    In the first case the  prisoner had been  convicted  and condemned to be hung and the day of execution set  when a new trial  was allowed   and in the second case the jury  had disagreed, ten jurymen  saying he  was guilty and two holding out that  he was not.    Then  came the  Vernon  hearing when a jury acquitted him.  Thus 22 jurors said he was guilty and  11 said he was not   and  what  the If  .said went    for he was turned loose.  Bight after that trial the editor of the  Gazette sat in the court  room when  the jurors were all gathered ready to  be   empannelled    for    another    case  which was about to be   called   and  : report  of the trial.'      One   mai  j very   positively   that   Crippen  not-be convicted on the evidence:  produced    for he   (the juror) "would   not  hang a dog on that evidence."     Well,  a London jury   hung   Crippen   a lid he ' ^lar.-h sth. 1M1  is'dead now, but if he had   been   tried j._. . ~  in Vernon instead-and that big burly  juror had been on the  case  he ' might  have: been alive to-day.     But   what is  to be done about it?    If a. community  establishes  a reputation   of   this kind   *T*--MCK notice that- VV. H, Haynes, of Fairview  ���������*���������     1$, (.'-. occupation rancher, intends to apply  may he unable to help you- in time of need.    But if  yon have   money in a good  strong bank you are independent of friends.   .A-'Savings Account in'  ii:;!:f!Tlie Bank of British Nortli America  lo apply tor permission to purchase the: follow- j  ing- described lainU: ���������  Commencing at re post   planted about a mile i  weisttif e'h.-irle-.s Nelson's pre-emption on .Ster- '  ling Creek, thence- east, -.'li chains, thence south  ���������id chains, thence west -id chains, iheiicc-north  ���������ilichains  to point   of (  taining forty acres, me  LAND NOTICE  SI MI LIC AM FUN LA.VI) DISTRICT  DlSTHlCT OK YaI.K  and lawyers for defence can get change  of venue from other districts to Vernon, where is the end going to be !  The Mining and Scientific Press-  makes the following sensible observation concerning the Los Angeles dynamiting case: "Arrest of the alleged  Los Angeles dynamiters has attracted  wide attention. We regret to see  that persistent efforts are evidently  being made to try the case in the  newspapers. The.defence has employed an authorized publicity agent, and  on the other side there has been no  hesitation to come within the light of  the calcium. We commend the reported statement of the prosecuting  officer to the effect that he is not  concerned with what public opinion  in the ease may be: "If we have the  evidence, the men will be convicted.  If not, they won't." It would-be well  to leineinber that this is a trial, not eif  organized labor-, but of dynamiters."  for permission to lease the following described  land.  Commencing at a post planted at the northwest e:orner of Lot MIUS, tlienee nortli 10 chains;  thence west 20 chains: thence south 10 chains:  thence oust'20 chains to tho poiiitof commencement and containing SO acres, more or less.  W. ]{. HAYXKS.  March :Srd, 11 '    ,10-10  NOTICE  SIMILICAMKKN- LAND DISTUIcT  1MSTKICT OK.YAI.K i ; .  "TVA.KIC notice that K. Guy Warner, of Vio-  ���������*--,-" toriei, 11. C, occupation-real estate agent  intends to apply tor permission to puieliaso the  followingdeseribeel lands:  Commencing'at a post plan toil at the northwest corner of lot ii!). on Schwartz, crock tliciico  north io chains, theneowest 80 chains, thence  south 'JO chains, thence east 80 chains, containing Kiel acres.  K. GUV WARNKR  February 27th, 1811. !M0  NOTICE  'AT IT HERE 'silUZ.1900'.'  .OOvV,  f^SER  CO.  yOU WORK,  M/rayouRworiEY  WORK TOO.  BT PErosmnfi vodrwvipigs  WITHUSTHEyWIUrBIRn  A% \NTERE3T WHICH  WECREWTMOnTHLV :  /inp M0PfE> ISRETURn-  /IBLE ON DEIMfWP  AS QUICKLYdS THEM/MLS  C/lfl G/fRRV IT.  PEOPLE JUST /ISC/IREFUL  fflD CAUTIOUS AS  you crin be,  /IRE WE!> PLEflSEP,  AND THOROUGHLY  SATISFIED,  with the my in which  our business IS  TRflMS/ICTEP/l BUSINESS  MrtCWGED BY PEOPLE OP  IWUREPEYPERIEME  MlflfiST/nTCfiRITX  flPosm,GiviriG  yOUR NAME OPPRESS  Will--PROMPTS BRIN6 YOU  fUlA- IMFORMATION.  WRITE TOM  SHOULPyOUfrMVEiW  PIN/1MGI/1L BU5INES5 IPI  V/ifiGouvER-vicimry,  RENTS TO COliEGT,  /lGREEriENT-5P0R5^LE������>������-  MORTGfl&ESTOKOK/fPrER  ^MP COIA-EGT.  FIREir.5URrir.GBT0PldG������  LET US ATTENP TO IT.  WE ARE PLEflSinO  OTHERS WftWl-U-BE SURE  TO PLEASE YOU.  321 Gamble JStrcet,  ^Vaixcoxiver B.C.^  SIMILKAMKKN 1.AX1) DISTRICT  UISTKICT Of VALK  TAICK NOTICK that K. M. Daly, of Ke-ro-  incos. occupation, Karmer. intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  elescribed lands  Commencing at a post planted on the west  hank of the Ashnola river about 2 miles from  mouth and adjoining Indian Reserve on south  thence 20 chains south, thence '20 chains east  tlienee 20 chains north, thence '20 chains west  to point of'Commencement anel containing JO  acres, more or less. ,- -  K.M.DALY   *  Keremeos. March 'lrel.~l!'ll ,���������,-..  COPPER  The Xew Edition of tlie  COPPER HANDBOOK.  Vol. V1II, issued. May, l!)0i). contains 1500  pages, with nearly 50 per cent, more matter  than the preceding edition. The chapters  with mine descriptions and on statistics  have been carefully revised anel the bulk of  the matter therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  '   There are 25 chapter.  COVERING: Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining,  Milling. Leaching, Smelting, Reliiiing, Brands,  Grades, Impurities. Alloys, Uses, .Substitutes,  Terminology. Deposits by Districts, States,  Countries and Continents, Mines in Detail,  Statistics of Production. Consumption, Imports, Exports, I-'inances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is conccdeelly the  WORLD'S STANDARD REFERENCE  BOOK ON COPPER.  The Copper Handbook e-ontuiiis, in this new  and greatly enlarged edition, about 50 percent, more matter than the Bible���������though  not necessarily a better book because of its  greater bulk. It is filled with EACTS of vita  importance to  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  PRICE: So.00 in buckram with gilt top, or  ������7.50 in full library morocco.  TERMS: The most libera]. Send no money I  but order the book sent you, all carriage charges  prepaid, on one week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you all'ord not to see the book and judge for  yourself of its value to you 2  ���������WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE I. STEVENS  SHELDKN   BUILDING. HOUGHTON,  (it't MICH.. U. S. A. lo  THe London Directory  (Published Aiinimlly)  Enables traders throughout tin* world  to coiiiuiuniuiiti; direct  with English  MANUFACTURERS <fc DEALERS  in each class of goods. Resides,being  a complete e-ointiiercial guide^to London and its .suburbs, the directory contains lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with  the   Goods  they ship,  and  the  Colonial  and   Foreign   Markets  they  supply;  STEAMSHIP   LINES  arranged  under the Ports to  whieh  they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading manufacturers, merchants,'  etc:., in the principal provincial towns  and industrial centres of the United  Kingdom.  A copy of the current addition will  be forwarded , freight paid, on receipt  of Postal Order- for 20s.  Dealers seeking Agencies can adver-  their trade cards for ������1, or larger-advertisements from ������3.  guarantees your independence.     Sums of #1,00 and  upwards   received, and interest added twice a year.  75 Years in'Businest Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  Hedley  Branch,  H. A Hincks, Manager  ���������**'*'������������*������r0^  The  Halcyon  Sanitarium |  ANALYSIS OF WATER  X      . -          ���������  g Chlorine...................:-       8,14  ������ Sulphuric Acid.       303.43  S Silica...............!....:..      74.59  S Lime.  84.57  Sf Alkalies as Soda         5.01  232.00  .86  32.00  S Magnesia. -.'....  .. Lithia   If Sulphuretted Hydrogen,  Has recently' been tliroughtly reiiovatcel  anil re-fiiriiishcil, and is now the greatest  health resort upon the -continent. Natural JS  hot wa in baths, 124 degrees of heat. A J������  course of baths at Halcyon will cure tier- ��������� |5  vons and muscular diseases and 'eliminate "5  rliueiiiatism and metalic'poisons from the jg.  systnii. The water heals 1 ivcr, kidney,  eiiid sioinach complaints. The rates arc ������2  a day up; or $12 weekly up. Postollice. cx-  press and telegraph offices in connection.  1  :?  i  i  i  William Boyd, Proprietor  Halcyon, B. C.  lAAAAAAA*^yftfr**Vfryt*yfAVfr**������A*^  We may be able to still further improve Victor Records���������thougn  we hardly know where.  They are now absolutely uniform in tone and quality, wherever  you buy them���������so smooth you can scarcely hear the needle���������more  durable than ever���������and double faced���������two records for the one price.  NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORDS���������90c. for the two.  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.  if  WB  Si! j  When   writing   Adversers     Please  Mention the Gazette.  The London Directory 60. Ltd.  25, Abchurch Lane,   London, E. C.  Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited  Montreal.  Agents Wanted Everywhere.  ~^.w.w,...���������.,.wy.������wJ8lK~        1U  For Sale by  LOUIS  C  ROLLS Sc CO.  Hedley B. C.  No Freight - NoExpress  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  WALTER F. EVANS ������, CO.  Successors to  DYKE, EVANS <��������������� CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver.  I      GOOD PRINTING     *'  Such as You should use when you want  to make an impression  on  customers.  Is Only Ofc>t���������iin<ecl  By using modern type faces on good stock  The  Gazette  Job  Department  is prepared to turn it out for you  Patronize the Home Shop  You Want Home Trade.   *  fett'ltf'-fti'nri'-^^ AlAAA"AA^ i THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 18, 1911.  Town .and-'Distrkft.  I  ������  4t  till  It!) of  Bridusville will celebrate  May.  Louis Muicotte li.-is sold out:-his  hotel ;it l-i rani to Creole 'to 11. v.'oodi-  son.   '  . Okanagan Falls is making extensive-  preparations to celebrate* King-George's  birthday, .Juno 3rd.  Mrs.   Thaii)   is giving her entrance  pupils  a- special 'drilling for  the  en-  ; ti-ance exams which are coining oil' in  Hedley. on the 30th.  T. H. Rotherhani and wifeleft. on  Friday last, bound for tho. coronation.  They were going to call at Nelson on  the way to see Mrs. Rotherhain's  people and will sail from Montreal on  Saturday 20th.  A daily boat is now to operate on  Lake Skaha or Dog Lake between  Penticton  and   Okanagan   Falls.     A  the running of it has  from   the   provincial  'bonus  towards  ,     been , obtained  ..'. government.  The Victoria Day sports committee  .of Jvererueos Centre are working hard  to make the occasion a success. "In  addition to six horse-racing events  there is to be an interesting program  ��������� -of athletic sports and a three-mile  bicycle race.  The holiday coming on Wednesday  next the Gazette requests advertising  patrons and others interested to have  changes of ad, or other matters for insertion  on  hand a day earlier   than  ���������'nsua1. in  order to ensur-e  insertion  in  that issued  It is better to be brrn  lucky than  -.rich. ��������� VV. ;.T.  McGarvey,  cousiu of L.  C. Rolls,  who lives  at San Francisco,  ���������Cal., didn't think when he was buying  ii 5c leaf of bread that he was getting  .-a $6000 bungalow thrown  in but 'lie  -did.    .-'���������        .'.'���������"        ���������'���������;���������;,���������..: ������������������������������������������������������������  R. T. Barclay came up from Keremeos on Saturday and remained over  ���������Sunday. He is working there on the  Presbyterian church which he is painting. In his ad. which appears inanot-  her column the item of ''paper-hanging" was left out. This is a branch of  the painter and house decorator's art  . which he is prepared to execute with  -ei 11 other work in that line.  A ciirrespondent from Okainig.  Falls -writes the Greenwood Ledge  that Mr. Blackie of Hedley had opened a blacksmith shop in that town. If  the item eif chicken-raising had been  included as part of the vocation, there  Would be no doubt left that it was our  friend Mr. Barmen who was .meant.  A couple eif Salvation Army lasses  were in Hedley tin Monday between  trains and succeeded in collecting considerable money for the provincial  .���������children's, home conducted by the  Army. As collectors the Army lasses  are all' business and waste no time in  getting after funds.  A wedding party from the other  side consisting of a prospective bride  ���������and groom arrived in Hedley on Saturday and sought the aid of Rey. A.  "H. Cameron to start them off in double  harness. They expected to find him  In Keremeos but ascertained on reaching there, that Mr. Cameron had gone  to  Hedley.      The   marriage   laws   of  an  Picture l.'1nAMiNc'--The'��������� undersign- i  eil has laid   in a stuck of the   latest de-!  signs iii'  mouldings for picture frames!  in-oak. gilt and other styles any length '  or   size   of .picture    accommodated, j  Those-   who   have'   pictures   to' fi-aiiie: j  should see samples.    Kurnituii.-'repair- ���������  ing  promptly, attended, tu.    Shop   in)  rear of New Zealand��������� John K. A.tih.      {  .'The-: .'snowfall at  the   Nickel   Plate j  mine   last   week   was   a   particularly  heavy one.    For the week eliding May  13 it reacheeL 2S inches.     The week he-  fore  it was 8  inches,  making, a full  three feet for the. first 13 days of the  month.    If the rest of the  month has  anything like   the   .same   amount of  procipifation  it will   make the 'month  a record breaker-.      For a considerable  part of the spring the  precipitation"  was  unusually. light  .but this month  should   bring    the    season's    supply  pretty well up to the old imirk.  The .heavy rain on Friday night had  a tendency to loosen rocks on the  mountain side and' occasionally, they  could be heard rolling clown over the  talus nearer the bottom of the slopes.  Occurrences of this kind in the past  have generally- been attended with injury to-the fluinc and a consequent  temporary stoppage of operations but  they have been running in luck'for the  past year and not until Saturday when  a rock came down and bowled out a  portion of the ���������flume where it was  strung up by means of a cable has  there been any trouble. The damage  was immediately reported by the  flume tender and a gang of men put  on and it was ready to carry water  again after an interruption of some  five or six hours. This time came in  handy about the mill to de> some  necessary repairs.  Right now is when   the  spraying  should be done for protection agajnst  ii.   recurrence of the caterpillar nuisance of last year which killed a number .of fir trees. in  town.  :VVe   were  showrr  the other day some evidence  which proves that the warning'? given  from time tp time  in  these columns  have not beeiiteip urgent.     A knot cir  ball  of young caterpillars wliich, although  not much larger than a large  marble cir alley, must have- contained  thousands of them that were not much  more  than  an  eighth of an  inch in  length  but everyone of them  living,  was   taken   from   a   young   fir   tree.  Spray pumps should  be  procured at  orrce and  the spray for which  the reL  cipe was  giverr in   the Gazette   a few  weeks ago should  be   applied.    That  recipe is 2 lbs arsenate of lead   to -K)  gallons of water sprayed on the trees,  with the first appearance of the caterpillars.    Hedley friends of Mr. T. Walter  Benin were pleased to have an opportunity of renewing acquaintance with  'him last week on his brief visit in  with Mr. Merrill who prevailed on  him to come along, There is a kindly  remembrance of him in Hedley from  his former sojourn both wlien aiding  in conducting the examination of the  Nickel Plate urine prior to its being  taken over and during the few weeks  following the taking over when he  was in full charge of operations and  gave us an introduction to the broader  and saner policy which has charaoter-  ~'ie new concern. Since then Mr. Beam has covered a wide scope of country spying out  possibilities for profitable mining investment but he doesn't find many  Nickel Plate plums as ripe and luscious for the picking in other parts of  the continent as this one was.  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP H  WATCH IT GROW  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOP  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager ;       - HEDLEY, B.C.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid .to. the   Table...  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO.  PRINCETON, B. C.  Make the  NOTED HOP GOLD BEER  PfVLfl6&  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  .������������������ HEDLEY   B. O. ������������������  "[ A. good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    IT Orders for Teaming  ���������    promptly attended to.  X  ���������  ���������  THEIR NOTED HALF AND HALF  (half, stout and porter)  is a Winner.  X  ���������  *  I.  X  X  t  1  Office of Dominion Express Gompanij.  WOODFOE   SALE!  Phon.   U  INNIS BROS.Pro  iJi'ietors.  H. ZIBLER  ���������'.";..:.'.    .,   JUST IN    .    .   .  AJarge Assortment-of. Cups and Saucers, small and  large, plate's,, sugar and cream sets in a variety of  shapes and sizes: Dainty, well-finished china,  strong enough -for*L every day wear and as moderate  iii price as common porcelain. "  Repairs  neatly and  Promptly  Executed  METEOROLOGICAL.  Washington are not popular with the  young people aild the effect is to make   r^V'tiiroperations'of "tl  points in British Columbia along the "'        "      '"-'    "**-  border a sort of Gretna Green.  Owners of horses in the Similkanieen would be pleased to have the  Indian Nahuinslian take up his residence in the upper Okanagan anil devote his attention in the future to the  nags of the men who said he was not  guiltv after he had himself pleaded  guilty. It is poor encouragement to  constable in this part of the district to  exert themselyes collecting evidence  to stamp out horse-stealing and cattle-  lifting when such active svinpathy for  ���������offender** exists among the class of  men who appear to be constantly chosen for jury service irr the court at  Vernon.  Constable Sproule and the other  witnesses who attended the assizes in  Vernon last week returned on Tuesday. Constable Sproule was disgusted  with  the  result  of  the  Nahumshan  trial when a Vernon jury brought in a  verdict of  "not guilty" and had the  prisoner turned loose   after   he   had  himself pleaded guilty, and the judge  in   his  summing   up  indicated  very  ���������plainly to  the jury  that the verdict  brought in should be one of guilt proven,   The jury, however, got it into  their heads that the constables had not  exerted    themselves    sufficiently    in  gathering up evidence m*the prisoner's  behalf.   This  is the first case sent up  ���������from  Hedley   for   trial   at  a  higher  court which was not followed by conviction.  The fellow who stole Patten's  horse also  came very near getting off  as well.   The  first jury disagreed and  a   second    was    empanelled     which  brought in a verdict of guilty and the  prisoner got a year.  Charges Moderate.  Shop on Irene St.  JT, A. SCHUBERT  HEDLEY, B. G.  NOTICE  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending May 13,  1911 :  AT THE  MINIS.  Maximum Minimum  May   7           .           28 17  S           ..         21       .. 10  f)            ..          II        .. 12  10           ..         31        .. 15  11.            ..         37 21  12 ..         ol        .. 23  13 ..         .S3        .. 25  Average maximum temperature 33.  Average minimum            do        17.57  Mean temperature 25.28  Rainfall for the week   0.00 inches.  Snowfall       "       "       28.0  COKKKSI'ONMXG WEEK OK 1>AST VEAK  Highest maximum temperature 62.  Average maximum do ,n ~"  Lowest minimum do  Average minimum do  Mean  42.ov  19.  26.57  34.57  May  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  do  AT THE  MILL.  Maximum        Minimum  53 .. 30  32 . 34  56 .. 32  60         .. 35  54 .. 40  55 .. 42  70 39  Average maximum temperature 54.2S  Average min imiini do 36.  Mean do 45.14  Rainfall for the week 1.58 inches  Snowfall       ���������������       "      0.  COKKKSPONDrNO WEKK OF LAST VKAlt  Highest maximum teinperature 80  Average do do 65.71  Lowest minimum do 36  Average do do 40.28  Mean do 52.99  ���������pi'IiLK'- NOTICK- is hereby {riven that, mi-  x elei-the authority contained in section I'll,  oil the "Land Act", a regulation lias been approved by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council  rising- the minimum sale prices of first anel  second-class lanels at $10 and ������5 peracre. respectively.  This regulation further provides that the  prices fixed therein shall apply to all lands  with respect to which the application to purchase is given favorable con.-delcmtion after  this elate, notwithstanding the elate of such application or any delay that may have occurreil  in the consideration of the same.  Further notice is hereby given that all persons who have pending applications to purchase hinds under the provisions of sections HI  orSiof the "Land Act" and who are not willing  to complete such purchases under the prices  tixeel by the aforesaid regulation shall be at  liberty to withdraw such applications anil i-o;  ceive refund of the moneys deposited on account of such applications.  WILLTAM R. POSS,  Minister of Laiiel.-  ���������  ���������       -���������    ���������  | NICE  ��������� ���������  ���������   FRESH & TASTY |   _____���������  _ _ ___���������  ���������  ���������  Curlew Creamery Butter, 45c per lb.  New Laid Fresh Ranch Eggs, 40c per doz  Ham, medium size, very nice, 25c per lb  Breakfast. Bacon, nice and steaky, 2i>"c per lb  Buy Your Groceries from Us and you can rely on  getting them Fresh and Clean and  at the Right Prices  14-10  Department of Lands.  Victoria, li. C, April 'ii'd,  1!U1  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTKICT  IJISTKICT OK VAT.K  TAKK Notice that Cecil C. Allen, of Fairview  occupation rancher, intends to apply for  permission to lease tho following described  land  Commencing at a post planted 20 chairs nortli  easterly from the north west corner of lot 8197  tlience'20 chains west, thence U0 chains south,  thence .SO e-hains east, thence 40 chains north,  thenco 40 chains west, thence '20 chains south  to point of commencement, con twining about  ���������������������������!00 acres.  CECIL C ALLEN  April-Kill, UHl 18-10  WHEN WRITING ADVERTISERS PLEASE  MENTION THIS PAPER  tShatfords, Ltd.!  x  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.   Comprising 100 Acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in British Columbia.   All stock wintered in our cellars and no damger of Inuring winter killed trees.  Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Orchards.  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. MAY IS, 1911.  jpEnsj-jg-rajgr},  KE'RE  the Centre of Lower Similkameen-��������� Famed for Fruit Growing  Town ������M Lower Valley.  ��������� time. .May 21th: the place. Ki'ie-  < 't-iit  Monday 15th.  If. Parsons, .a  'i'li  11 u-i j-  r><u*n--At Medley, em  in-l. lo Mr. and Mrs. V  son.  II. A. Hincks of Heelley rode down  on .Saturday, returning Sunday even:  ing.  Mi*s "McGo'nnclI will be at the 24th  of May celebration .-it the Centre prepared to.do anything in the. way of  photographing.  ��������� Keep in mind the celebration at the  Centre on Wednesday next, the 24th.  A good programme of sports is heing  arranged and a rattling good time assured all who attend.  Mrs. (Dr.) McLellan. of Okl.-ih-una-  and three children arrived in Kere-  nieos last week and with her- sister,  Miss McConnelj, will take up residence  on their fruit lot west of town.  , Tuesday, May 30th lias been fixed as  the elate for the; commencement of  ���������'.Entrance' Exams. Two candidates  from Keremeos will go up to Hedley  to write-.  Mr. Burnell  is now  assisting in the  'painting of  the  church  and  it is expected that   the work will be complet-  . eel in  a short time.. Those who have  not   yet handed  in  the subscriptions  are requested to elo so at an early date.  Dr. McEwen was at the Centre on  Monday evening examining a number  '. of candidates for the Modern Woodmen of .America, a camp of which is  being established by Organizer Anthony. The Dr. was accompanied by  Mrs. McEwen who visited her sister  Mrs. Parsons.  Mr. Hargreaves, .who last year took  tip a pre-emption on Crater Mountain  but has been spending the winter outside the valley, returned to Keremeoa  on Monday and has gone on op to his  pre-emption. With the building of  the wagon road up the Ashnola this  summer there is every prospect of  quite a stir in that part of the country.  T. C. Brooke and family intend moving this week for Princeton. Mr.  Brooke has entered into a partnership  agreement with Dr. Westwood -whereby he will have the management of  the hitter's large, ranch adjoining the  town. It is Mr. Brooke's intontions  to engage in the thorobred poultry  business, on a scale commensurate  with thegreater opportunities he will  have. He possesses the business ability  and energy to command success and  will, we feel sure, do well in the upper  valley, as he has here.  Last week Mr. T. S. Drennen received a wire from Mr. V. Gibson, of Vancouver, with whom he was formerly  associated in business, stating that he  had sold out in Vancouver and was  moving his family and effects to Keremeos and asking to have a house secured for his temporary use. Mr.  Drennen secured the house of G. Mil  burn on Tenth avenue and,is having it  renovated and fixed up ready for occupancy. Mr. Gibson has a half interest with Mr. Drennen in two fruit  lots adjoining the town and while  nothing definite as to his intentions  can be learned at present it is understood that he will build on the three  acre lot just south of town and make  his permanent residence here. Mr.  Gibson is a brother of Robert and Porter Gibson.  Last Saturday a young fellow, and  still younger girl, from across the line  arrived in town on tho morning train  in search of an issuer of marriage  linenses and pastor. At the time Keie-  nu-os happened to be without a preacher, at least without one with the necessary credentials to perform the ceremony required, and the young couple  were informed that their only chance  of having their wish gratified was for  them to go on to Hedley wluue Rev.  Mr. Cameron would be found. The  young main, who appeared to be in a  state of considerable excitement, had  lost so little time in making his business known and the tram being held  for some time on account' of the custom.", they were able to catch the train  anel continue-* their journey on to Hedley. There they found the minister  but the issuer of licenses bad run out  of blank forms and communication  with tlie issuer here over the- phone  was resorted to before: the necessary  preliminaries could be: arranged. The  young man look the declaration tliat  he-knew  of no lawful impediment  to  FOLLOW THE CROWD  : . . to . . .  THE BIG STORE  Where Goods are sold on merit, where you get value  x  x  X  %  X  t  X  K  X  X  K  X  X  X  I  s  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  K  K  *i  x  X  X  *:  K  x  *������M������AAA*lAAA*AAAAl*AAWA*tt**A***^^  X  Si*  for your money.  You will be pleased with the Freshness of our groceries, tlie Strong', Nutritious Flour (Our Best) and the  Premium Ham and Bacon.  And the Goods on the Big Table we offer for Cash  this week Avill more than please you.  A New Stock of Harness Leather, harness repairs, Sweat  Pads, Bridles and  Halters.    See our Trunks & Valises.  F. J. SAUVE <& CO.  x  %  X  1  1  1  X  X  ���������i  i  ���������������������������*  I  the marriage and the twain being accompanied by an elderly brother of  the bride the. ceremony was performed. -They returned as far as Night-  hawk on the afternoon train and on  the following Monday morning Constable Max Ewa'rt. received a message  from accross the line stating that the  girl was not of age and that there was  a warrant out for the arrest of the  young men.  Last week a bunch of Dagoes, with  what appears to be connivance on the-  part of  the liveryman at Oroville, at  tempted   to steal a  march upon our  Custom's  Collector here,   who is  also  Immigration Officer, evidently thinking that that official was "easy". They,  however, found him very much on the  alert and the net result was that they  found-themselves back at the starting  point,  minus a good many, sheckles,  sneiit  on their  ill-considered  attempt  to evade the regulations and enter: the  ������������������promised land."   The party arrived  late at night and left early   the next  morning, via Wei by special, for Penticton, leaving the driver of the livery  rig to make explanations.     This individual    was    immediately     detained  awaiting  results and Mr. Frith chartered Mr.  Studebeckcrs big auto and  gave chase after the Dagoes.     They  were overhauled at the old Ford ranch  and  brought   back   to   town.     Their  protestations of innocence of the laws  were too thin  to satisfy the Immigration officer.    The fact that they chose  the slower and more tedious and expensive  method of driving into Keremeos in  preference to the train; their  corning in at night and leaving early  irr  the  morning was  too strong evidence against them,  and the only option allowed- them was to select their  own   method of  getting  out of the  country.     They elected to pay their  passage on the train  though told that  the liveryman  who brought   them in  would be required to take them out at  his own  expense.    The driver of the  livery rig was also given a wholesome  warning as to the liability he incurred  in his share of the transaction   and is  not likely to make a siniiliar attempt  again.     Two of the immigrants had  citizens'   papers   for   the   U.   S.   and  would have been admitted iir the proper way as they hael the necessary cash.  The    fact of  the   liveryman   driving  them  via Keremeos  instead of going  by way of Osoyoos and fair-view would  indicate that he rather expected to be  headed  off at the  first outport   and  wished to make as long a haul and se  cure as big a fee as possible.  J. A. BROWN  i       Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  FIRE INSURANCE','.  AGENCY HEDLEY' GAZETTE  OFFICE - KEREMEOS. B.C.  H otel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. li. Station  MRS. A. F. KIRBY,   Proprietress.  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  Magoon and Clarke Seedling strawberry plants for sale, vigorous and  very choice. Prices: per 100, $1.25;  per'lOOO, $10.00 . Order now.  August Peiiy. Keremeos.  NOTICE  ���������  x  X  ���������  ���������  J  There are different ways of being consbicious  in your clothes���������-a common, flashy manner���������or in  a way tliat commands admiration and attention.  Its notable what a transformation is effected  by slipping' into one of oar, new Spring Suits���������you  at once become the observed in any gathering of  well-dressed men.  Good cloth is often spoiled by indifferent cut;  expert cutting is sometimes marred by poor mater,  ial. When you find tlie combination of good fabric, best workmanship and style you have the acme  of clothing integrity.  All we ask is a chance to show- you the new  styles we have ready.  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  SIMILKAMEEN' LAND. DISTRICT.  DisTiucr oi-- Vale.  ���������"PAKE notice that J. E. L. Steve.-.-*, of Koek  -*- Creek, occupation, contractor, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lunels:  Commencing at a post planted on the east  side of Kettle River opposite the n. e. corner of  lot 3132 iinel marked "E. L. Steves n. w. corner  post" thence east 2!) chains: thence south (X)  chains: thence west 31 chains, more or less, to  river boundary: containing 120 acres more or  less.  EVAN* L. STEVES  Henry Xicholson, agent-  April 7th, 1911. 14-10  NOTICE  SIMILICAMEEX LAXD DISTRICT  ���������DIST1CT OK VAI.K  rPAICE notice that Vivien Oonah ele li.  ���������*- Green, of Osoyoos, occupation none, in-  teiiels to apply for permission to purchase the  following elescribeil lands:  Commencing at a post- planted 20 chains  south of theX. W. corner of lot (Kins,. thence  west'80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, cutting  out Lot 31ili), 180 acres.  VIVIEX- OOXAH HE ULOIS GBEEX  Fcbriiiir.v-27th lilll 51-10  ������'  e  *  e  ������  "���������  ft.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft-  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft.  ft  ft  ft  ���������25J  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are ia bearing  **" Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  TV  REMEMBER  e offer no land but what has  the  Avater already on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  m  ft*  ���������-.ft-  ft-  ���������ft-  ��������� ft--'  ft-  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft-  ft  ���������ft  ft  ft*  ft  ft  -ft  ^ft  ft  ft  ft  ft.  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ���������fir?  PLUMBING  WARM AIR  HEATING  AND  GENERAL  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOMflY SING, Keremeos.  NOTICE  TINSMITHING  Orders  by Mail  will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, |Wood  Sawing, Clearing land,"Cook-  ing and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  NOTICE  SI MILK AM KEN LAND DISTRICT  UlSTIllCT OK VAI.Ii  "PAKE notice that Vul C. Haynes, of Kaii-view  ���������*- U. C, occupation Stockman, intcnils to apply for permission to lease the following  described land.  Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of H. Garrison's 'Pre-emption, Lot  3108. thence north 80 chains; thence west "20  chains: thence south 80 chains; thence east,2(l  chains to the point of commencement, anel containing inn litres, more or less.  VALC. HAVXKS.  Wm. 11. Haynes. agent.  Keh 17th. lilll.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEX LAXD DISTKICT  DisTKierr ok Y.ujo  -TAKE NOTICE that I, William Rie-hter.  J- of Kereineos, H. C. occupation Knrmer  intend! to apply for permission lo purchase- the  following described lanels:��������� vi/. an island in  Osoyoos Lake, near the Osoyoos lake bridge.  Commencing at a post-planted at the north  east oilier of saiel island ami about Kill yards  south-west, of Osoyoos Lake liridgu thence  along tho shore of said island to point of commencement, containing about one statute acre  more or less.  "WILLIAM  RICHTER  March 8th. 1011 JM0  SIMILKAMEEX LAXD DISTRICT  DISTKICT OI-* VAI.K  rPAKK notice that R. Irwin of Victoria, ocicu-  -1- pution Real Estate Agent, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  elescribeil land : ���������  Commencing at a post planted at the X, E.  cornea- of the S. E. 1 of See:. ;*> Tp. 51, thence  west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  east 20 chains, thence south 10 chains, thence  east 20 chains, thence south 20 chains, thence  east 10 chains, thence south 20 chains to point  of commencement, containing :'20 acres.  R. IRWIN'  February. 27th. Kill  Kercmcos-Penticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays'and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  \V. E. Wklbv, Proprietor.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN' LAXD DISTRICT  I) I.ST 111 CT OK VALK  Public Service Act  *T*IIE i-unlifying examinations for Third-class  * Clerks, Junior Clerks, and Stenographers  will be held at the following places, eoniiuone-  iug on Monday the .'!rd July next:���������Armstrong.  Chilliwae-k, Kaslo. Kelowna, Ladysmith. Xn-  nainio. Nelson, New Westminster. North Vancouver, I'eachland, Revclstoke-. Rossland. Sal.  mon Ann. Siimiaerland, Vanceniver, Vernon,  and Vicloria.  Caiidielntes must be Rritish subjects between  the ages of 21 and .'10. if I'or Third-.-lass Clerks  anel between Kiand2l.il' for Junior Clerks or  Stenographers.  Applications will not-be accepted if received  later than the l.">th June next. '  l-'urther information, together  with application fin-ins.  mil>- lie obtained   from the  under- j  signed.  I'. WALKER,  Registrar. Public Service  Victoria, H. C��������� 27th April, lilll 17-7  TAKE NOTICE that Henry Stauger. of  Wukctleld, Kngliinil. occupation, doe:for,  inteiiels to ajiply for permission to purchase the  following described lands.  Commencing at a post planted at the centre  of Sec IS. Tp. al, thence west 8n chains, thence  south (id chains, thence-east SO chains, thence  north I HI chains to point of i.-oiiiineucemeiit anil  containing 180 acres more or less.  II EX It V STAXCER  10-111 Chiisdt.. H. Clreea. agent.  Dated Miirch Sth. I!������1J  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  HEAL ESTATE MIXES  Agent for:  ���������   London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Keremeos; B. C.  **������MK*M������MK*inm*nK*!K^*WM*M  KEREflE05  MEAT   MARKET  Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  E. M. CROOKER  *kk'k'k'^i������'it^^',������',������-M'4-M',������'kMMM'M������4k^'i������,ii  j  i  j  NOTICE  i  SIMIL  CAME  hist  -:.X LAND DISTI  ClCT oi-- V.M.K  ie'l  1  TAK'K notice that  j   ���������*���������         oi-i-u)ialioii,  I for pe.Tiiii>xiiiu lo h-  1 lanels:  Charles .limes, of  lotel-uiiin. inte-nd-.  i.-.e Hie following i  ���������'aii-vh.-w  to apply  lescribed  Coiiiuiencing al n post planted at the- northwest corner of Lot'Ull lliuncc sunt h 20 chains,  Hiencr west Sli chains, tlienee north *-'(��������� chains.'  lhe-ne;o i.-nM SUchniiis lo the point of eomiiience-  ment. and containing Hill acres, mure; or less.  CHARLES JOXKS  W. li. Iliiynes, agent.  Miu-e-h -'lid, 1010 10-10  SUHSdULBE  FOR TH.K   GAZHITKI ADVERTISE   IX   THE    GAZETTE  Water Notice  "V'M'ICIC is hereby given that an application  --> will he miiele iineler Part V of the "Wnter  Act. liiilil," to obtain a licence in the Similkanieen Division of Vale District.  a-Tlii- niinic, address and occupation of the-  applicnnt; George McKay, Farmer. Olalla, B.C.  b -The name of the hike, stream orsourse (if  limiiiiued. the elescription is) it spring about  one hunelreel yards north-west of the north-'.-n.-t  corner of pre-emption X'o. 721s  e   The point of diversion at the spring.  el -The iiuantity of water applied for in cubic  feet per second: one  The character eif the proposeel works a ditch  Hume or pipe.  I' -.The premises ou whieh the water is to biased. P. R. Xe). 721s  g -The purooses for which the water is to be  used Domestic.  j Area of t rown hind intended to lieoee-u-  pied by the proposed works about 1-10 of tin  acre ;  K  This notice  was ported on the2(!tb day of  April lilll. and application    will  be -made  to  the commissioner on the 20th day eif May, l!ll 1.  tiEiiROE MCKAY  Ohilla. II. C


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