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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  ���������Volume VII.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, ..MAY 11. 1911  Number 18.  ii  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in -Vancouver.] -  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,       -      -      B. C.  K. C. BROWN  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  PRINCETON).!  B.C.  Jft$. MMMt  Watchmaker  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel. *  Rates Moderate.  A. Bau.nes, Prop.       Pentictox, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real E-st&tc.  Mines,  Crown   Grants   Applicel   For  Under Land Act and     , .  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  -.Mutual Life of Canada..  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  .'"'  Columbia Fire Insurance ,Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  ���������  Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Occau Accident arid Guarantee Co.  Office at   HEDLEY,  B. C.  R H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L. ;  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC^ ETC  i ; Vernon, B..C  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B. C.  i First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  [Stqcks mines  ���������     t  H<erfc>-ert B..Brown  BroKibif-  ���������vrEMIIKK   VANCOUVER  MINING KXCHAXC-y*:  113 Pender St. W. Vancouver:  Write rue about your.claims  A. F. & A. M.  KKGL'LAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No.-W..A..F. & .A". M.,  are helet on.tho soeonel * Friday in  pach month in l-'raternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  1 'brethren arc eoi-elially invitexl to attend.  J. K. FRASER,  W. M  J. A. SCHUBERT,  Secretary  L. O. L.  Regular monthly  meetings of  Hedley Loelge   1714  are held  on  the    third    Monday    in    every  I': ^S^ili'i*S^2*'*,l'J,lt'11 in Fraternity Hall.   Visit"  ^'ing bretliorn are- coi-eliaUy inviteiel to attend.  .JOHN .LUIIl-'.SOX. W. .M.  \VM. LOXSDALK. See;'t.  K. A. f. STl'DI)  IlAleOLI)  .MAV.VK  DAI.V  ?STUDD & DALY,  JMeinbers Vancouver Stock 'exchange  J[Real Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  ������-        "    and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W  Opposite New fost Oflice  ADJOURN OR   PROROGUE  Rumors That Colonial Office in London  Has Brought Pressure to Bear  on Laurier  w.  H.T.  GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  '.'/  '.:  Notary Public, Etc.  -            -MURK  PENTICTON,  Block     ���������  b. e.  Ottawa, May 7th���������The air is thick  with rumors about the political situation, and the outlook is declared to  be for prorogation on May IS, with an  extra session of Parliament to he called for next September. No such agreement lias'been reached, eif course, but  only in such an agreement is the pre-  serifdeadlock likely to terminate. '  Sir W. Laurier and Mr. Borden  held a conference and agreed to submit a proposition* to their respective  party caucuses. The proposition it is  understood; relates to an adjournment  -not''to" a' prorogation of. P.irliarhent.  The* feeling among. the rank and file  on both sides, however, is lgainstad-  journuient, and it is believed; both;  parties will declare their preference  for prorogation." * '  . It was learned that the Prime Minister had decided to sail tor Etighmd  on.the 12th instant, even at the risk  ot postponing the 'reciprocity agreement to another session. It was rumored that pressure had been brought "to  bear from'the Colonial Office,- London,  but no confirmation of this report  could be secured from the party  leaders.  The government h. s virtually decided to sut'touiider, but is trying to  save its face bj hi-inging about some  agreement.  The extra ses-Mon in September, if  called, will be utilized in discussing  the recipiocity agreement if it should  be still on the lapis, and in,putting  through a redistribution bill. Meanwhile the Opposition is looking for-  waid with some hop6 to the defeat of  the agreement by the United States  Senate. '  FIELDING'S PAST LAID BARE  Sir Charles Tupper   Resenting- Misrepresentation Recalls Some Tell-  '  Tale Incidents  ...PAINTING...  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  parties of trespass or removing property from the Bull Deig Mines. M,C.  Kent is the  only party with privilege  of occupation.  H. B. Buow.v  The  "Montreal  Gazette" prints an  open letter from Sir Charles Tupper  addressed to Hem. W, S. Fielding.  Sir  Charles  begins  by saying that being  nearly ninety years of age he thought  that he was out of public   life, but as  Mr. Fielding found it'easier tei misrepresent and disparage him than  to reply to the unanswerable speech, of Mr.  Siftoi'i,  he feels compelled  to  notice  some eif   the remark's'- made   by the  Minister of Finance.   He cannot accuse Mr. Fielding of hick:of couragein-  denying that he had advanced or advocated '/annexation'- to    the   United  States, and then  proceeded to  point  out  thsit in 18U8, after Joseph Howe  had exhausted every means of defeating--/confederation,   anel   decideel   to  make the best of it, Mr. Annand, the  then proprietor eif the "Halifax Morning' Chronicle," proposed to Howe to  apply to the United States. Mr. Howe  rejected the proposal   with scorn, but  Fielding remained with Annand, and  supported those whohoundeel /Howe  to his death anil drove him to an untimely grave..-  - In 1872 the opponents of confederation were unable to eleeit a single  member to eippose the government of  which Mr. Howe and Sir Char|es were  members. In 1886. when Mr. Fielding  carried the province in a desperate  effort'-'to break up the union, Sir  Charles went out- to",Canada in the  following year and cured this folly liy  bbtaining the support of 10 out of 21  members from Nova Scotia for- the  government   of   Sir   John   A.  Mac-  jdonald.    : Sir Charles then discusses the fisheries, .'question,'- quoting Sir AlairAyies-  iWprth as to the permanent value> of  the modus vivendi arranged by Mr.  Chamberlain and himself. Proceeding, he points out that Sir John A.  Macdonald's espousal of reeiprooity  was entirely due to the necessity of  fighting the continental free trade  ideas of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. He charges Mr. Fielding with misstating his  position iir the house: when Mr. Fielding brought in his tariff of 1897. Briefly, the contention of Sir Charles at  that time was that the Fielding tariff  should be condemned, and the condemnation Mr. Fieleling cites referred  to an entirely different thing from tha  Fielding tariff he finally passed*," Mi-.  Fielding having amended the tariff  along the lines Sir Charles indicated  must be followed..  Of the present arrangement Sir  Charles says, "I am opposed to your  agreement with.the- United States because Mr. Bayard, in I886,assured Mr.  Chamberlain and myself that the policy of the Democratic party was te> remove as soon as they were able the  'duties on all the articles in your  agreement, and President Taft now  sees  that he can only secure his   re-  1 m     ,  election by the same policy. We owe  nothing to the Republican party, anel  woulel gain everything without any  entangling alliance,, which would,: r  fear, end in the destruction of British  institutions in Canada."  CANADIAN GRAIN TRADE  Effort Made to Have  It Go to Seaboard  by American Lines  Montreal, May ((.-An extraordinary  situation in the shipping trade at  Montreal has been brought out by inquiries as tei the effect upon the St.  Lawrence route of a big cut in grain,  rates from Buffalo to the United  State's seaboard which cut has been  sanctioned by the Interstate Railway  Ceuirrnission.  It is admitted by Montreal transportation "men that this cut will have  a cemsideiable effect upon the movement of-Canadian wheat, but shippers  here have unconsciously adopted, a  much more effective method 'eif driving wheat traffic from the port of  Montreal. Steamship lines eiperating  From. ."Montreal have booked all their  May.space and a large proportion of  June space for American corn. Thus,  at the opening of the season Canadian  wheat for May and early June delivery is entirely displaced and has,  perforce," to seek an outlet by Anicri  can transportation lines. ;,  MILNER LOOKS TO CANADA  Is Convinced  of the True  Import of the  Reciprocity Pact and Hopes  for Its Withdrawal.  London,    May   4th.���������Lord   Mdner.  speaking at  Padelington, said  he hoped ... those   opposing  .the'.'..reciprocity'"  agreement, in Canada  would   stick to  their guns. He was not quite sure that  the  ..Canadian     negotiators    realized  what the\* were let ting.  themselve;s in,:  for. Political annexation was undoubt- -  edly  contemplated  by a large section  of the Uniteel States peeiple   and the ���������  present agreement iviti only a begin- .  ning.     The   Canadian   oppositionists  were entitled to  the sympathy of all:  Biitish   Imperialists   thr6ughout   the  world.  "1 believe,"he added,, "that the  harmony of Britain and the United  States is more likely te> be inninl.m.e d  by an understanding as twe> great."  equal powers than by the success of a  policy which, would disintegrate the  empire for the-United States to pick  up senile fragments."  BRITAIN'S LOSS OUR GAIN  More English Immigrants   for   Canada  ' Than Ever Before  Immigration from the cities of the  West Coast of( England will be greater  this year than ever before, according,  to ii statement made by F. 'if-. Tily, of  Bristol, who is visiting the Okanagan  Valley. "MrrTily says" that~practi-  ally every steamer leaving Bristol for  Canada this spring has a passenger  list of one thousand or more. Conditions for the working man in the old  country were never worse,; he says.  The supeitax imposed by the govern-  inent is .'pi-oving.'u trenrendous hardship and many are finding it impossible to live under tlie conditions. The  prices of many commodities have also  gone up. much of the i 111 migration  was being directed to British Columbia and Alberta.  GERMANY ALSO.  WANTS RECIPROCITY  ! LpWdon, May 2���������The "Daily Mail's"  Berlin correspondent says that while  it "is impossible in German official  quarters to obtain either.confirmation;  or'dehijil'iif an --.Ottawa', report that  Germany has begun preliminary negotiations for reciprocity with Can^  Ada,- he. is enabled to state that.- the  German government has stretched out  certain feelers in the direction of a  Gerrnaii-Cahadian arrangement..  WOMEN ARE BARRED  MAKES NO BONES  Taft Doesn't Deny That Reciprocity is to  Head off Closer British Connection  Whisper It Not to Mrs. Pankhurst, But  Methodist Divines Have Sat on  the Fair Sisters  . Again in his speech in New York  last, week President Taft urged citizens of the United States to support  the reciprocity agreement with Canada on the ground that it is the very  thing needed to prevent closer connec  tion between Canada and the mother  country. Yet mrface of this, Laurier  will pooh-pooh danger to the British  preference and closer imperial relations while Asquith and his "little  Englander" radical heelers lift a similar tune in England.  Toronto, May 4���������The court of appeals e.>f the Methodist church to-day  decided that under no circumstances  are women to represent Methodist-  congregations at national conferences.  The issue was raised by the British  Columbia conference, where a woman  elected by a uuarterly board to represent the church was refused admission  to the conference.  Last yea*:' the Kootenay district  elected! Mrs./..UishlKy Hall as a delegate te> the annual, conference which  met in -Nelson. Tri'Consequence.of the  ruling ot the chaii\at that conference .  against the admission of women an  appe*al was t^Keu to the appeal court"  of the cemference, with the above result.  DR. J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home oflice in Oroville, 1st  . .to'l-lth of each month.  Office  on  North   Main   Street.  Burne, Temple & Tunbridge  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  WHY IT IS POPULAR  RESERVE  I;  |Vancouver,  I'. (). HOX ilOli  B. C.  NOTICl-:  is   herehy   given   thai   all   vni-.-nit  Crown   lands not   already  under reM-rvc.  situated  within   the  bnm-ilaries of-the   Land  llci-oreliug  llistricts  of  Cnriheio  and  .Lillnoel, .  and the  ICainloiips llivisiun  o!" Vale Land Ite- |  em-ding Ilistrh-I. are reserved l'rnin any alicnii- !  f-ion inieh-ftho  "Land Art" except hy pre-einp- ���������  tion. '  liOIIT. A.   ItKXW'ICK, 1  U-t Deputy Minister of Lands |  Diipartmeul of Land.-.  Vielorin, H. <-'.. April "inl. lilll  In the Mutual Life of Canada which  has been eloing business in this country for forty-one: years the list annual  report now being sent out to agents  shows that in the 41 years the interest  receive-el by the company on its investments'has exceeded the death losses I  by $1.-7S(',SO-1.01, and as" there: are no i  stock-holelers to be paiel any elivideiiels :  out of this all the- profits gei to the i  policy-bolelers. Thousands of illustra-1  tions i/oulel he: given to show what the-j  company has done for polie:y hulders '  unili-r i-nelowinent peilicies \vliie-li liuve  he-ell paid oil', but one' will suffice as a  sample. .leihn !M. Gibbs, of I'arkbill  j Ontario, took out a lii'tevn year 011-  I ilowiiie-nt policy anel when it was paid  ! oil' In- founel that the inoiu-y he re-  i-eivi-ei only lacke'd 8-7.7!) of being o-  compound interest 011 every dollar he  hail paid in Cor premiums eluring the  lil'teen rears I lie policy was running  beside-s e'.'ir-r-ying his risk.. This is why  c\*en nionieel ine-n who have la-ttei-up- j  BLACK TEA THIS TIME  Alaskan Mob  of 300 Throws Canadian  Coal Into the Harbor at Cordova  Seattle, May 6.���������A mob of 300 men  emulating the revolting colonists who  formed the "Boston tea party" in 1773  went on to the clock of the Alaska  Steamship Co. at Cordova. Alaska, today and began dumping into the sea  *->()<) tons of coal from Canada, stored  there. The pile of ceial attacked by  the mob is valued at $6.00(1 anel is part  of the- stock kept em hand by the  Alaska Steamship Company and the.  Copper River and Northwestern Railroad Company.  HOSPITAL DONATIONS  For the months of March and April  the following donations to the Hedley  Hospital were received :  Mrs. Lowe, -box of apples  Mrs. Sproule, a carpet.sweeper  Mr. E. A. C; Stueld $10.00  ���������Mrs. J. A. Brown, proceeds  of concert, 4H.0O  The Board at the regular nionthly  meeting on Monday "night passed ;*  yote of thanks to Mrs. Brown for her  generous aid and to all those who as  siste-el in the concert, and also tothe-  other donors whose gifts are here acknowledged.  NOT TOO WILD  Alhcrni Pioneer News  In answer to the eiuestion. "(s there  any danger from  wild Indians?" asked  by an intending settler from Alberta,  it may be stated that   while no alarm  need lie  felt on   ae-rount of  "wild    Indians oxe-e-pt by the hohlers of athletic  honor.-, there are some "wily" Indians-  ' who have- proveel   dangerous to unsus-  j pe'eting strangers in these parts. They  know* a few   tricks about getting easy  money anil prohibited booze* that white  ine-n  sometimes   have   to   sit   up   and  take- notice.     For further information  along   these lines   the reader  is cheer-  pen-tunities   for  profitable investment ! fully le-fei-red to an uequnintanee with  of their I'uiiil.- than most wagi-e-ai-mu-s   i'ultu- Bob,  If. Hodgson, rejiresenting the Mm-.  Lean publishing Co., of Toronto,  Montreal. Winnipeg and Vancouver,  made Hedli y a visit e>n Saturday, calling on subscribers of the'various-publications issued by that House which  specializes on trade .-journals of all  kinds among which maybe mentioned-  MacLean's Magazine...formerly Busy  Man's: CJaiiiidiau Grocer, Dry Goods  Revie-w, Hai-elware <Y. Metal, Financial  Post, Ca-nadian Machinery, Plumber  anel Steam Fitter, Printer- t,v. Publisher. Millini'ry Review'and others, if  all of thi'se- represent eachebusiness as  well as Printer it Publisher covers the  printing* trade, the Gazette which believes in the: olel maxim of "e-very man  to his trade" would advise tradesmen  in each line tei get the publication  which ele-iils with his own particular  trade- anel study it religiously if he ,  wants to keep up "with the procession.  are choosing   this company for inve-  I iiie.iit by in.-uring their lives in it.  ���������t  SUBSCRIBK  FOR THK   GaZETTI-: i1 SUBSCRIBE  FOR  THE   GAZETTK.  diiiUiitiiMi THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 11. Will.  and  Siinslko;neen Advertiser.  s-ued on Thiu-sdii.ys. hy the I-li-;iu.i-:v itAZin-'n-:  I'lUNTl.Nl! A.\'l> I'irill.lSlllXli'Cei.MI'AXV.  I.I.-.iiTKl).   al,  ll'eillev.   II. l'.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Vein-   "   ( United States)....   Advertising Rates  Measurement, \2 lines' to the inch.  . 2.60  1 "Man's Moral Nature'' and the "Life  eif Walt Whitman" who was also a  strong Baconian. Dr. Owen's eight  volumes em the subject published  about twelve: years ago are alsej well  worth perusal, oven if they elo appear  to be wildly.speculative in places. One  thing is very sure, that so far as  Owen's search in the Wve  is concern-  NOTICE  -IMl'.K.UIKKN   LAND DISTRICT  mSTIUl.T ok vai.i:  I eel  i.ts success ��������� or   non-success   will   in  Land Notices���������Certilieates of improvement, e'te. j ...    .     ,. ,,     ,������������������.,,, .  notices, and So.on for :!i)-day i nei way e-ll ect  the*, belief  eil  Jja-e-oman.s  "TV, K.1-J Xotiee that 1. Charles Nelson, of'Ster- -  ���������*��������� liu-i; Cree-I*, oee.-iiiiiitiou, rancher, intends ���������  to apply lor permission to purchase: the follow,- j  iny di'serihed lands: j  Ceinmienciii;,' ata po.-t planted about a luilo :  westol t:iiark:s Nelson's preemption on Ster- I  liny Creek, tlienee.east i!U cliaius, tlienee south ;  20 chains, tlienee west 'JO chains, thence north j' r%  ilicliains to point of comiiieneeiiiciit anil con-<  lainiiifv forty acres, more en-les--. ��������� i  CMIARLKS XKLSOX        !  ������7.fill for (iO-duy  I  notices.  Contrar.t 'Advertisements���������One inch per month  ������\:!iy, over 1 inch and.up to 1 inches. Sl.lKI \ ���������loliml   than   the  March Sth. iilll  11-10  1 whose-.convictieins are: bas<:d on firmer i  >---.-- ���������,-���������- --,-,,, ,   ���������    .    ,    ,,.���������,,; : atuumi   fiiciii   wn;   mull   eif   the*   Wye*.  per inch periiionth. To constant advertisers ��������� o .        -*  taking larger space than four inclies   on ��������� .A\\\WXX<AX thev   will   not.  be surprised,  application, rates willhe yi ven ot reduce 1 a . i  ediarges, based on si/.e of space and length   a[-j-(.,,.    thiol! time.  Transient Advertisements-not exceeding: one ; "Great Cry p toga in,'   to find ..that   the- j  inch   "SI.00 for one insertion, *!;"> cents for -       . . .     , ,���������   <  '" over one inch,   man   m.iv   have    made   a   remarkable i  LAND NOTICE  cipher   'evidence-'    iii  the !  S1MILICAMK1CX LAND 1)1 STRICT  DisTuic'r oi-\ Vai.1-:  may be. unable to help you in time of need.    But if.'  you have, money in,a good  strong bank you are independent of friends.    A Savings Account in  Ik Bank of British Nortli America  guarantees your independence.     Sums of $1.00 and  upwards  received and  interest added twice a year.  75 Years in'Businesi Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  each subsequent insertion. . .  10 cents per line for lirst insertion anel a  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.'  Transients payable in advance.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the orrico by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for Chat week's issue.  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftener than once a, inon th  he  price of composition will be charyed al  regular rates.  A. MEGRAW, Managing fcdltor.  Full Moon  1911  MAY  New Moon  2H  First epiar.  a.  1911  Sun. ,Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  1  11  21  28  1  .8  15  22  29  2  9  10  23  30  .10  11  "21  4  11  IS  ���������>.*-.  o  12  19  20  (i  I'-J  20  27  AN  OLD   CONTROVERSY     (  Dr.  Orville Owen,  a.  Detroit man,  si-ems to have*  succeeded, in   reviving  ".'much' 'interest   in   -the    Sliakspeare-  Bacon  controversy  by - his    explications   in the bed of the; river Wye  for  manuscript and other ptbofs which he-  says will settle definitely the question  of  tlie:   authorship' of  the   plays, and  that  said   manuscript    will   not only  show   who   was   thu  author   but  will  show   that    Francis  Bacon    and   neit  '.'illiain Sha.kspeare  was the inspired  oaiel aiul playright.     It is only fair-  to  say. however, that many  of  the most  .ardent Baconians   take very little re*al  interest in   Dr. Owen's operations digging in the Wye   and   regard   him  as  dee-.ieledly erratic  although they  must  admit (if they  have  road any of his  books   on   the  subject)    that  he   is  a  thorough   Shakspearian  scholar.     At  irregular intervals for the last thirty  years, within     the    memory    of   the  Gazette: editor, the epiestiein   has conic  up   and ea-.-h time   new   recruits  have  been aeleleel to the Baconian side.    For  the past fifteen  years  of that  thirty  we have:   been   forced   '"ith   no  small  amount of reluctance (for olel   preconceptions die hard) to  take  the  Bacon  side.    The more*, an  open-inindeil   stu-  de:nt of this big subject  examines and  weighs the evidence, on either side and  sifts the claims   put forward by Shakspearian   partisans   after   more  than  '{00 years to   hunt   up   records   eif  the  man's life: anel work, the harder  it be-  coiues to believe that a man   of whom  there   is  sei   little:  authentic   evidence  that he possessed  ennobling  traits  of  life- and character  and  of whom there:  is positive proof from  eild  records  to  show not only  the  existence,  but  the  preponderance of traits   the most despicable:, could   have   be:en   the   author  of  anything  so  sublime    and    heart-  searching as the writings  wliich  have:  ceune  elenvn   to   us   us   the:   works   of  Shakspearc.      Emmcrson,   the    great  essayist, after many  years'   investigation   of all he could  find tint  that was  trustworthy  concerning the-   personal  history  of  the   man    William   Siiak-  spea.ie  gave   up in despair  raying   "1  ciinniit marry this man's life   with   his  verse."     Those   who   may   have    hael  their interest   in   the  subject  aroused  by fix: prese-nt discussion and   the  operation';   of  Owen   should   retail   Ignatius   Donnelly's    "Great  Cryptogam"  and   also   the   views   of  the'   late:   Dr.  Maurice   Ducke:    of   London, Ontario,  who is the  author of a. book entitletl  elise-overy. ���������  It is eiii:*iin-ageing tei note the enthusiasm with, which. 'President Taft's  proposal for world peace has been received in Britain. Not only in the:  British Isles but in the various colonics the movement is regareleel with tlie  most marked favor and Canada which  is perhaps more, immediately interested than all the rest is showing that  she fully indorses the scheme. If such  an 'understanding.as. that proposed"by  Taft should receive full official ratification by these two great powers  there   is   good   reason'.to   hope   that  European nations that are feeling the  burden eif maintaining heavy armaments will be- wise enough to see the  desire-ability of them hitching up with  it a- well and thus remove tlie necessity for the- present heavy armaments.'  It was a. wise and timely action on the  part, of the Presbyterian Church in  Canada tei place themselves on record  in the maimer which they did.  "T*AKK notice tliatAV. U. Haynes, of Fairview  ���������*���������     li. C. occupation rancher, intends to apply  for permission to lease the following deseribeel  liuiel.  Commencing at a post planted at the nortli-  west corner of Lot *U0S, thence north 10 chains;  thence west 20 chains; tlienee south 10 chains;  thence east- 2i) chains to tho point of commencement aiul containing 80 ai.-rcs, more or less.  W. li. HAVN-FS  Mai*e.-h*lrd, 11 10-10.  NOTICE  Hedley Branch,  H. A Hincks, Manager  X . X  lThe  Halcyon  Sanitarium I  ANALYSIS OF WATER  SIMILKAMKEX LAND DISTRICT  DISTJtlCT OF VAi.K  TAKK notice that K. Guy Warner, of Vic-  ���������*- toria, 13. Coeeupation real estate agent  intends to apply for-permission to-purchase the  following el'esei-ibeel lands:  Commencing at a post planted- lit the northwest corner of lot 250. on Schwartz creek thence  nortli to chains, thence west 80 chains, thence  south 20 chains, thence east SO chains, containing Kill acres.  '  K. Gtrv WARNER  February 27th, 1S11. D-10  NOTICE  AT IT HERE SIIICE 1900  fin  fa  m ^  70U WORK,  MaKEYOUR MONEY  WORK TOO.  WITHUSTHEyWIU,B*JHr1 J  4%������MTEREtTrWH1CH  WECREWTMOPlTHCy :  /1BLE 0IN DEMflflP  /tsaviCHiyns themhils  01M GflRRy IT. J  PEOPLE JUST (\S CAREFUL  rfNP CAUTIOUS to  youcrinBE,  /IREWEL^PLGrlSEP,  /rfiD THOROUGHLY  SATISFIED,  W!THTHEW/iyiri\x/Hiai  our Business is  TRtViSaCTKD-a BWIRE85  M1IW6ED &y PEOPLE OF  M/ITUREPEraiEME  m&m inTEfiHirx  n P05T/IL,6IVIPIG  yOUR WME geAVDRVSS  Wll������PROMPTLY BRJR6 YOU  PUIJr-INFORMATION.  WRITE TOW.  sHouLPyou^ve/iNy  FIN,1NGI/1LBU5INESSiri  V/1MG0UVER-������-VICiritTy,  RENTS TO COltECT,  /JGReeMENT������5F0R5/ILEo*-  MORTGfl&ESTOKOKrllTER  AM COLLECT,  FIREiri5lRflnGET0PlflCB  LETUS/1TTEMPT0BT.  WS /IRE PLEASING  OTHERS V^WILi-BE SURE  TO PLEASE you.  k Elm  SIM ILK AM KKX LAND. D1ST11K"IT  DIS'l'lilCT OK  VAI.K  TAKE XOTICE that E. M. Diily. of Kero-  *���������      ineos.   eieeiipatioii,  Karintr, intends  to  apply for permission topnrchase tlie following  elese't-ibed lands  Comniencing ateipeist planted .on. the west  bank of the Ashnola river about'2 miles from  mouth anel adjoining Ineliah Reserve on south  thence 20 chains south, , thence 20 chains.east  thence'.Hi chains north, thence i!0 ehainswest  to point of commencement and containing 10  acres, more or less.  ��������� E. M. DALV  Kerernco.s.Marcii 3rd, 1911  S Ohleiriiie:..... *- ..       ;......  .Sulphuric: Acid..........  Silica. .*...���������   Li UK*....".'.-     ....'..  X Alkalies as Sudu :......  Jp Mu{j;iii*sia.   IC'Litliia   If.-Sulphui'ettcjcl Hydrugeh  .8.14  74.59  84.57  5.01  232.00  .86  *-32.0()  Has recently been throughtly renovated Jf ���������  and re-fitrnisheel, and is now the greatest (*$ .  health resort upon the continent. Natural  iibtwa in baths, 121 -degrees :of heat. A  course of baths at Halcyon will cure nervous and muscular diseases anil cliihimite  i-liticiuatisin and inctalie poisons from the  systnii.���������* The water heals liver, kidney,  aiiel sidniaeh complaints. The rates are ������2  aday up; or $12 weekly up. Postoltiee, ex-  jircss- and telegraph ollices in 00111100111011.  I  Wiliiani Boyd, Proprietbi*  Haicyori, B. C  Vol  liagc:  The .New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK.  VIii.   issued   May,   li)09.   contains   1500  with nearly o0 per cent. mOrc matter  than the preceding edition. The chapters  with mine descriptions and on statistics  have been carefully revised anil the bulk of  the matter therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapter.  COVERING: Copper History. Geology.  Geography. Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining,  Milling, Leaching. Smelting, Kelining, I'l-unels,  Graeles. Impurities.'Alloys; Uses. .Substitutes,  Terminology. 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The London Directory Go. Ltd.  25, Abchurch  Lane, Loiidtni, E. C.  GOOD RRINTIISO  Sucli as You should use when you want-  to make an  impression  on  customers.  Is Only OlotainecJ  .By usino- niodern tyjie faces on good stock  XJ-ie*   Gazette   vlc.t>   Department  is [jrepared to turn it out for you  Patronize the- Home- Shop  You Want I-iom-& TTrei-dle.  X  X  3  X  X  X  X  X  X  a.  X :  **,  X '  X '  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  ft THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 11, .1911.  ;s  Tows* and B!strl<fh  Studc-bakcr is resinning the auto run  between Kercmeofe anel Penticton. .1.  A. Schubert we-nt over to Penticton  with him yesterday.  Kereine.'Oi- Centre is again in the  field with a 2-lth of May celebriitiein.  The: large posters are out announcing  leuding  <-itti actions and a prize* list- of i c-|a,,  $*">M- j number, of members of the Golf Club  Mr., and Airs. F. H. ��������� Parsons, oi:1 from tinning out to make up fo urobilin,''drove up mi Sunday last to j somes. But the. rain held, oft' after all  yisit Dr. and Mrs. McEwen.    Mr.Pa.r-i and  those   who  did  (urn  out played.  : Pictukk Pii.-VMixa���������-The unde'i-sigii- j  ; eel ha? laid in a stock of the latest de- <  ! sierns eif niouldtiigs for picture frames I  : in,oak. gilt- anil other .stylesany length i  j or size of picture accommodated.,,  ! Those who'' have-,- pictures 'to frame  j-should see samples.    Furniture, repair-!  I ^ i  ling  promptly  attended  to..  Shop   in  ���������! rear of New Zealand���������.John Ash. j  I    The  threatening  weather on Satin- j  afternoon    prevented    .sufficient,  Mfflifl  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP H  WATCH IT GROW  sons*  returned the same day but Mrs.  Parsenis will re.'iriain for a. few days.  Mr.  and Mrs.   T. H. Rotherhaiu expect, to   leave  to-morrow for 'England,  for the  coronation. ,  They  will  take  steamship at Montreal   and   will   lie  gone two or three months.  Among  the grippe cases prevalent  .during the  past fortnight Mrs.' Wirth  appears to  have had the worst''attack  anel was .quite ill last week but has improved during the past few clays.. ,  To-morrow a bunch of Hedleyites  "/Consisting, of CcHistaible.Sproiile, L.~H..  ." Pattern,   Eel.  Burr, Tim   Griffin   and  ...   Nick Pickard leave for'Vernon   to at-  ���������-tend-the spring fissizes as witnesses in  the Nahnmshan horse-stealing case.  ..Many readers   in  the*  Similkameen  -will   note  with   regret   the death of  James .-Keith','- referred to in our Here*-'-  -mens correspoiideh.ee;-  Deceased had  many warm friends' in this valley to,  Svhoin the:  notice, although not unex-;  . peeled, comes with regret.  ��������� Deaf Mike an old iiiiner well known  in Camp McKimioy iii the palmy days  of that camp has returned to   his old  placer , diggings on  Mary Ann  Creek,  near Molson  where he created quite  an excitement ten years ago with his  little buckskin bags of yellow stuff in  whieh nuggets were often in.evielence.  '"���������'' Okanagan Falls,   the pretty town at  the foot of Lake Skaha (Dog Lake) is  to have its first public celebration and  believing   that anew   town   should  have   its   'own   new   day   they   have  ���������chosen June 3rd, the new King's birthday.  R. T. Barclay who is a painter by  trade,' having learned the business in  Scotland, is rc-suming the old occupation and has signified his readiness to  undertake anything in that line,  whether it be house, carriage or sign  painting.  Another recommendation which Mr.  Brooke, the poultry specialist can  claim for his orpington chicks is that  they are gun-proof in the shell. Some  chicken raisers around Hedley complain that the blasting has killed all  the chicks in eggs that were in process  of incubation but several settings of  the Brooke orpingtons that were subjected to like damage came, through  with the f ullepiota of chicks.  Users of the electric light in Hedley  can hardly have failed to note the exceeding steadiness of the light during  the past week or more and those who  have had to do with the electric power  will be even more impressed with the  change. It is due to the Lombard oil  governor on the new water wheel  which is now doing all the work under  an ample head of water. Absolute  steadiness appears to have been at-  . tained and not a shade: of variation  appears to be discernible either in  watching un incandescent globe or in  listening to the rhythmical purring of  an electric motor running either light  under ideal condition. L. C. Rolls arid  Miss .Emily Jackson made a very neat  round'of 57! The fortnightly ladder  match between Rolls and Hincks was  also declarexteiff on Friday owing.to  the rain.  ,-.,. General  regret' is  felt in town   that  Mr. Schubert is going to reside-up .t.h'e.  valley arid  conduct his new   -jtorevat  Tulanieeri personally, which will rneaii";  the. removal eif  bis family..-.'from Hed-;  ley.     The hew  business  he: is taking,  hold' eif in the upper   valley is at Tula-,  nieeii  instead of at. Coalmonc, unci; is  the ''business formerly conducted by  John H. Jackson.    Tiilaineen, or Otter  Flat jis it is mbi;e generally kneiwii to  the old-timers is a very desirable spot  to live owing'. ��������� to 'its.'-.situation' ciir a  beautiful   sheet of , wafer   like  Otter  Lake.'     His  Hedley business  will  be  conducted  by Mr. Lyall  who is moving his family dowii  ft-oni  'Princeton'  and will occupy the residence in' the  rear of the store.;   Mrs. :Schuberkre-  turned from Tulaineeh tlie middle of  last Week arid after doing some packing up, left for there  again about the  end of the  week.    Mr.  Schubert returned on Saturday from Tulaineeh  and is making a trip oyer to Penticton  before leaving again for Tulaineen.  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  HEDLET CITY TOWNSITE COMPAPY, Ltd.,  F. H; French, Secretary and Manager f HEDLEY, B.C.  NEW  ZEALAND  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are tlie readings showing temperature,  etc., for. the week  end i rig 3  tay 6,  1911 :  AT THE MINE.  Maximum'  Minimum  Apr- 30  48        .  31  May   1  .:���������"���������    43    -.  2S  "      --2"'  39  30  '3  "���������---.T      37      -.-  25  1  34  28  ���������>  28  23  6*  ,.    ;-.         3S       ..  20  Average maximum temperature3S. 14  Average minimum do        2(5.12  Meitii teinperature 32.2S  RainfalLfor the week   0.00 inches.  Snowfall       "       "        S.O  ,.     CORUESl'ON-nrXG WEEK OF T..VST VEAK  Highest maximum temperature 65.  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and FIrst-Class  Bar supplied .with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, arid' Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO:  PRINCETON, B. Cv  Make the  NOTED HDP GOLD BEER  frXLAGk  Livery, feed & Sale Stables  ������������������ HEDtEY   n. C.   If A good -stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  or  under load,  difference.  for there is really no  Average maximum-         do  49.57  Lowest minimum            do  24.  Average  minimum           do  27.85  Mean  do  AT  THE   MILL.  3S.71  .Maximum        -M  illinium  Apr 30  73  43  May   1  ...        03  3S  2  03  40  3  OS  43  4  '..'.       03  31     '  5  53  34  C  02  41  Average  maximum temperatm  ���������e 63.57  Average  minimum          do  3S.57  Mean  do  51.07  Rainfall for the week 0.05 inches  Snowfall  0.  tt  CORKESPO.VDIXG WEEK OP LAST  YE All  Highest maximum temperatm  e 62  A vera ore  do              do  01.28  Lowest minimum             do  27  Average  do              do  31.28  Mean  do  40.7S  Office, of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Plion.   11       IN N1S B R 0 S. Pi-opi-iotors.  THEIR NOTED HALF AND HALF  (HALF STCJUT AND PORTER)  is a Winner.  ���������  x  4  ���������  H. ZIBLER  60   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Mrs. M. K. Rodgers accompanied by  her son Edmund and her daughter  Margaret arrived from Seattle last  week to spend a month or two in Hedley. It is understood that Mr. Rodgers will follow later and may possibly  be able to give more of his time to  this camp this .summer than he has  been able to do for several years past.  There is no milling man in the market  for gooel properties who knows the  camp as well and as favorably as Mr.  Rodgers and there will be general  satisfaction here to know that he  could give this immediate vicinity  several weeks of his time during the  coming season.  On Sunday evening Rev. A. II.  Cameron by direction of the moderator of the General Assembly of the'  Presbyterian church in Canada preached on the subject of the peace proposition now engaging the: attention e>f  the people of the United State's and  Great Britain as the result of Pre-si-  dent Tuft's statesmanlike move to secure wen-Id's peace. As befitted flu-  occasion be took fen-his text''On earlb  peace, and to men good-will". \Vhii>-  there was a fair turnout, there- would  doubtless have been more bail ii-  known the wish of the General -Assembly in time to have given it out on  the previous .Sunday or to have announced it in the paper.  .,,.���������:.,-.. JUST IN  .   .  .  A large Assortment, of Cups and Saucers, small and  large plates, sugar and cream sets in a variety of  shapes and sizes. Dainty, -well-finished china,  strong enough for every day wear and as moderate  .in price as-common-porcelain.  J. A.  Repairs  neatly and  Prqmptiy  Executed  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights etc.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.  l'atento taken throueh Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, in the  Scientific ntticricait.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.jireest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms, J3 a  7oar: four months, $1. Soldbyall newsdealers.  "JZ & Go.36-8���������*"* New York  Branch OJUcej. V15 F St.. Washlnctoii. D. C.  Charges Moderate  Shop on Irene St.  HEDLEY, B. C.  NOTICE  pL'ULK* NOTICK is Imi-cbv -riven that, iin-  ���������*��������� ilcrtlic authority contained in section 131  of the "Land Act", a regulation lias boon approved by tlio Lieutenant-Governor in Council  fixing- the minimum sale prices of (list anel  second-class luiiels at SKI and $.3 per acre, respectively.  This regulation further pi-ovielos that the  prie:es lixed therein shall apply to all lands  with re'spoe-f, to which the application to purchase is jeriven favorable consideration after  this elate, notwithstanding* the elate of such application or any elelay that liin.y have occui-i-eil  in the consideration of the same.  Further notice is hereby given tintt nil persons who have ponding applications to purchase lanels under the provisions of sections '.it  or.'Ki of the "Lund Act" and who are not willing-  to complete such purchases under the prices  fixed by the aforesaid regulation shall beat  liberty to withdraw such applications unci re,  ceive refund of the: moneys deposited on account of such applications.  WILLIAM Ii. I'OSS.  11-111 Minister of Lands  Department of Lanels,  Victoria, li. (.'., April 'frd, I'll I  1 X  ���������NICE FRESH & TASTY*  X : : X  _ __���������_ r   ^  Curlew-- Creamery Butter, 4oc per lb.  New'Laid Fresh Ranch Eggs, 40c per doz  Ham, medium size, very nice, 25c per lb  Breakfast Bacon, nice and steaky, 26'c per lb  ���������  ���������  ���������    J Buy Your Groceries from Us and you can rely on  ��������� getting them Fresh and Clean and  J at the Right Prices  = -          =============  iShatfords,  Ltd.!  ��������� 7 Z  ���������  NOTICE  ���������������������������*���������������*���������������������������*���������*���������������������������*������������������+������������������������������������*���������+*���������������������������*������  G'/c/t.Yifc\Cijff' <f". <Pi~/rtf//jjJv/3ii ^ ���������  4}ooi{J-gfy, Projp'scii, (S/alogtigf  i/lajsf. IfeieefffeoJfJ^B^qyine/  c A'etv]\pape������ffsfid' affpurpose;.  Phone JH-am 6454  '^pofe>n{&JVeu)(������ignaJiijg vt  SIMILIvA.MKKN LAND DIS'l'l'llT  IIISTUICT OI-*  VAI.K  TAICI-: Notie-ethat Cecil C, Allen, of Fail-view  ���������*���������      h oe:e-iipation ranclier, inlcnds t-i ajiply for  I pi't-tiiJs-iion  lo   le-ase   the   I'ollowini"  ele^cribeil  j hind  Commencing at a post planted 20 chairs north  easterly from the north west e-orner of lot .'I11I7  I thi-ne-i: '.'il chains west, thence -'II chains south,  i (hence sii chains cast, thence III chains norlh.  I thence 10 chains west, the-ne-c'Jll chains south  i to point of '.���������oiiiiiR-iie.-cmeait, continuing about  I'Jill.! acres.  j CKl.'IL C ALLKN  i April J.S1I1, 11)11 IS-HI  WIIKX WlllTINC-i AllVKIITISIOUS  J'l.KASI-*  -MKNTKIN THIS I'AI'.KI!  THE   RIVERSIDE  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  NURSERIES  Comprising ioo Acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in British Columbia.    All stock wintered in our eelbi-rs and no daniger of billing winter killed trees.  Buy .British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Orchards.  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1911.  EOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen---^ Famed for Fruit Growing  ���������Towi* and Lower Valley.  K. Wood, of Cireenwood, one of ye  olel timers of the country was in Ke-re-  nu:os over Sunday.'  S. ('. Pe.-u-ce, of Briiiceteui. wlio has  been em a trip to Spokane, spent the  week end here on his return.  II. A. Hincks was  a visitor in Keremeos over Sunday, returning to Medley,-via saddle, on Sunday evening.  Mis.  Sproule  of Hedlev   lias   been  .' spending the past week in Keremeos,  the guest of Mrs. Lowe,   at the ranch.  M. R.  Forrester, of Winnipeg, who  is on a tour of inspection of B. ('. fruit  lauds was a visitor, in this- district last  -week.  .Mr. G. E. Gra.hnin and Miss Nellie  ���������AVooelrow are: spending* a few weeks  in the valley, g-rests at the. ranch of  W. H. Armstrong.  15. H. Parkinson, P. L. S. passed  through here on Saturday on his return from the upper valley, where he  hud been doing some work.  Win. G. 'Buskin, of Penticton, Government engineer, was in this district  doing some work on the Ashnola the  latter part of last week.  Mr. and Mrs. Forsby and little  daughter .arrived from Siuinuerland  on Thursday last and have taken up  their residence on Mr. Graham's property, over whieh Mr- Forsby will have  the management.  We have been requested to direct  attention to the change -which is hiring made in the management of the  Hotel Keremeos, as shown in the advertising columns on this page. Mrs.  -Kit-by expects to leave Vancouver  about the 10th and on arrival here  will assume the management.  C. R. Little], an ex-Church of England clergyman in Manitoba and now  residing at- Armstrong, B.C., was in  Keremeos on Thursday last. He is  now representing the Confederation  Life insurance Company and while  here arranged with Mr. IL Gibson to  act as local representative.  J. A. Trimble and son \Y. O. of Vancouver were visitors in Keremeos last  week. Mr. Trimble has sold his property in Vancouver and is looking for a  place in which to make a home. He  was very favorably impressed with  the Lower Similkameen and stated  his intention of returning here to invest.  V. Dynes, travelling representative  of the Riverside Nurseries of Grand  Forks, passed through on Friday on  his way to his home at Penticton after  a trip to the Kootenay country. He  expects to return in a short time and  make a lengthy stay here examining  the condition of the Riverside stock  planted this season and seeing that  patrons of the Riverside nurseries are  entirely satisfied.  The work of painting the Keremeos  Church, f"i* which ample funds was  subscribed some time ago, has been  delayed. H. B. Meausette, who was  to have directed the work, found himself unable to do so owing to the rush  of other work and Mr. Buriiell of Fair-  view was unable to take on the job  owing to a- prior contract at Okanagan  Falls. On Monday,' however, Mr.  Cameron discovered a painter at Medley who was ready and willing to undertake the work and operations were  commenced on Tuesday.  The warm rain on Monday, which  continued with slight interruptions  for nearly 21 hours proved a boon to  the valley. Over two inches fell and  thoroughly saturated the ground,  making irrigation unnecessary for  some time. In the hills there was a  heavy fall of snow which will help to  provide a more bountiful supply of  water later on, when needed. In the  Siniilkamepn the rainfall always falls  short of being too much and it is al-  wavs welcome when it does come.  "The Quality Store"  x  Buying  clien p. flour to   ruin your, health for the-  sake of a few cents per sack is just the same as .standing on a plank tilted towards tlie sea, and swabbing it  with grease.     It is only a  question of time until yon  ���������will take a slide to "Davy Jones Locker,"  FIVE ROSES is made t'ronr the finest grades of Manitoba  hard wheat. "It is not a bleached flour, but has that rich creamy  appearance akin to the golden grain from which it is made.  Beware of the merchant who will try sell you some other  brand of flour and tell you its just as good as "Five Roses" he is  only trying to get you to take a short cut to the "Bone Yard."  This is an age of efficiency and the people, all over the  world, are demanding high class goods.  Try a bug of Five Roses and if not pleased demsind your  money anel it will be waiting for you.  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  Keremeos Centre may or may not  be only'the suburb of Keremeos, but  certainly the*people in the upper town  are able to show their lower-down  friends the way of "doing things".  Last week while the people of the  iower town were considering holding  a meeting to begin to commence'-to  make arrangements to hold a 24th of  May celebration the Upper-ten had  their bills out and an attractive pro-  gramme of sports advertised. Two  separate celebrations are not to be  thought of so it behooves everybody  to lend n hand to make the celebration at the Centre as great a success  as possible.  News of the death of James Reith at  El Paso was received in the valley  with sincere regret last'Friday. Mr.  Reith was well and favorably known  here*, having been for years associated  with Harry Tweddle in the hotel business at the Centre in the earlier days.  It is nearly three years since he was  stricken with the disease, which at  last proved fatal and nothing but the  characteristic grit of the man could  have prolonged the struggle against  the grim reaper so long. The last letter received from him by Mr. Tweddle  indicated that his condition was improving as it was stated that he had  purchased some laird and was going to  have it planted in alfalfa and trees.  His son Bert was in Colorado near  him at the time of his death, Frank,  the other boy being in Winnipeg.  Arthur Reith at Princeton is a brother  of the deceased.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKE15AGE,  FIRE INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY' GAZETTE  OFFICE - KEREMEQS. B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Statipn  FOLLOW THE CROWD  TO  THE BIG STORE  AV'lieie Goods are sold on merit, where you get/value  ' for vour money.  I  You will be pleased with the Freshness of our gror  ceries, the Strong, Nutritious Flour (Our Best) and the  Premium Ham and Bacon.  And the Goods on the Big Table we offer for Cash  this week will more than please you.  A New Stock of Harness Leather, harness repairs, Sweat  ': Pads,  Bridles and  Halters.    See our Trunks & Valises.  jr  x  X  ft  I:  $  x  w  *  I  #-  F. J. SAUVE ������, GO. I  sr^fc^artt'fc'to'fcM'to'to'ra^ *a*aaai*m  MRS.  A. F. KIRBY,   Proprietress.  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  Mugoon and Clarke Seedling strawberry plants for sale, vigorous and  very choice. Prices: .per 100, $1.25;  per 1000, $10.00   Order now.  August Pedy. Keremeos.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  Alpha, Apex Fraction. Acacia. Acadia. Australian anil Utopia Mineral chums on Apex  Mountain, Osoyoos Mining Division, B.C.  ���������"Take notice that I! T. 1). Pickm-cl, Free Miners  x Certificate -1211:111 acting as agent, for  Jennie Ijouise Willey, of New York, Free  Miner's Certificate 114(>*200 intend sixty days  after elate hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvement for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Cirants of the  above claims.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issue  of such Certificate of Improvements.  T. r>. Pick Aim  Dated at Vane:ouvcr, P. C. February ''Its. 1910.  7-10   -       . .  NOTICE  ������  @  @  ������,  ���������  f  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  What a Few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in something that Is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  REMEMBER  We  oiler no  land but  what has  the  water already on it  Fruit Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  ���������������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������'  ������  ������  ������  ���������������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ���������is*'  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR  HEATING  SIMILKAMEEN- LAND DISTRICT.  DtsTiucT oi-- Yale.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  nrsTKicr oi-' VAr.B  AND  GENERAL  TVA-UK notice that It. Irwin of yictoria, oecu-  -1- pation Real Estate Agent, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described land:���������  Commencing at a post planted at tho X. E.  corner, of the S. E. j of See. 6 Tp. 51, thence  west 80 chains, thence nortli 80 chains, thence  east iiO chains, thence sonth 10 chain.--, thence  east 20 chains, thence south 20 chains, thence  east 40 chains, thence south 'JO chains to point  of commencement, containing 320 acres.  ���������U. IRWIN*  February. 27th. 1011  NOTICE  .SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DlSTUlCT OK VAI.K  -TAICE NOTICE that I, William Richtcr.  *��������� of Keremeos. II. C occupation Farmer  intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following elc-sei-ibcel lands:��������� viz an island in  Osoyoos Lake, near tlio Osoyoos lake bridge.  Commencing at a itost planted at the north  east corner of said island and about KM) yards  south-west of Osoyoos Lake Bridge thence  along the shore: of said island to point of com-  mcne.-ciucnt. containing about one statute acre  more or less.  WILLIAM UICHTKR  March 8th. Kill It-Ifi  "TAKE notice that I.E. h. Steves, of Rock  x      Creek, occujiation, contractor, intonels to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lanels: <��������� '  Commencing at a post planted on the east  side of Kettle River opposite the n. e. corner ot;  lot "ll'fc! and marked **15. L. Steves n. w. corner  post" thence east 21) chains: thence south (it)  chains: thence west 111 chains, more or less, to  river boundary: containing 120 acres more or  less.  EVAN L. STEVES  Henry Nicholson, agent  April 7th, 1011. 14-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTrcTOK VALK  TAKK   notice   that   Vivien   Oonah   elc   l-i.  Green, of Osoyoos. occupation  none, intends to apply feu- permission to purchase the  following described lands:  TINSMITHING  Orders  by Mail  will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of kall  kinds, Ditch digging, ^Wood  Sawing, Clearing land^Cook-  ing and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keuemeos, B.C.  GEO, KIRBY  Notary Public.  REAL ESTATE MINES  Agent for: ��������� ���������'-.-.���������  London & Lanoasldi-c Fire Ins. Co. '���������*> ;  Ocean Ace:idcnt and Guarantee Co."  '  Keremeos, B.C. ���������;?  ���������Wfci-'r^i^iw^^  mil*,'   at a  lie X. W.  ci  south of the X. W. corner of lot (Htts, thence  west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence  eastSO chains, thence north HO e-liains, cutting  out Lot.*U!lil. ISO acres.  VIVIEN* OONAH DE HLOIS GREEN  February 27th 1011  81-10  Keremeos-Penticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mon-1  days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving* in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. WivLisv. Proprietor.  NOTICE  KEREnEOS  MEAT   MARKET  Fresh Fish  Every Thursday  NOTICE  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for .sale at right prices  TOMHY SING, Keremeos.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  IlISTIUCT Ol-' VAl.l"  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  district ok vai.i.;  G. S. Mead of Greenwood who is associated with (.'. JE. Shaw, Provincial  Land Surveyor, was in Keremeos the-  latter part ot Inst week for the purpose, of ge-tting Mr. Shaw's team anel  elomocrat which have been here e:ver  since his visit last .summer. This must  not he taken that Mr Shaw has ahan-  eloncel his long* promised trip into the:  valle-y to elo work of long standing.  On the- contrary we are assured that  iSJ 1-. Shaw's ohje-ct. in having the outfit  taken over is lo provide a means of  conveyance for him to make-tlie trip  in, hy which ho will not arrive too  suddenly or unexpectedly.  ���������"PAKE notice that Vul C. Haynes,of Fairview  -1- 11. C. occupation Stockniiui, intends tei apply for permission to lease the following  elescribcel land.  Commencing at a post planted at the south  west corner of 11. Giu-rise-in's l'ru-eui]ition. Lot  '5108. tlienee north;80 chains; thence west 20  chains: thence south SO chains: thence: cast 20  chains to the point of commencement, and containing 11)0 acres, more or less.  VALC. HAYNES.  Win. li. Haynes. agent.  Feb 17th. 1011.  Public Service Act  ���������pAKF.   NOTICE    that   Henry   Stangc-r.   of  -1        W'aketleld. Englanel, occupation, tlocfor.  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following elescribcd lanels.  Couimcncing at a post planted at the centre  of Sec 18, Tp. 51. thence west 80 chains, tlienee  south W chains, thence cast 80 chains, thence-  north (SO e-liaius to point of conmieni-cine-nt and  containing ISO acres more or less.  HENRY STANOEl;  10-10 Chas elc U. Green, agent.  Dated March Sth. 1011  E. M. CROOKER  ^U1*W*^1mA^AytAAAA,yiAyt^,������"A,������,������A������A'k  Water Notice  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  for  Fine Job Printing  ���������"���������pi-IE c|tuilifying examinations for Thii-d-i-la.-s  x Clerks, Junior Clerks, and Stcnogi-aphi-rs  will be held at the following places, commencing on Monday the I'rd July next:���������Arnistrong,  Chilliwack, Kaslo, JCelowna. Liidysmith, Na-  naiiuo, Nelson, New Westminster, North Vancouver, I'eachlitiul, Revelstoke, llosslaiifl, Sal.  mon Arm. Siimiiierlanel, Vancouver, Vernon,  and Victoria.  Candidates must- be Dritish subjects lietweem  the ages of 2\ and HO. if for Thiril class Clerks  and between Hi and 21, if for Junior Clerks or  Stenographers.  Applications will not beaccepteel if received  later than the Ifith June: next.  Further information, together with application forms, maybe obtained from the undersigned.  I'. WALK Kit,  Ke-gistrar. Public Service  Victoria, 15. C'., y7th April, 1011 17-7  NOTICE  SIMlLKAAiKKN  LAND DI--  lilSTIin.-l- Ol-- VAl.K  Ti-it  , V"0 I'lCl-' is hereby given that an application  ; --^     will be maelc under Part V of the "Water  j A'-t. liinii." to obtain a licence in the   Similkii-  ] nil-en Division of Yale District.  ;    a���������The name.aeldress anil occupation of the  aiiplieiuit: George McKny, Farmer, Olalla, li.C.  I h- -The name of the- lake, stream or sourse (if  j iiniumiird. the elcswiption is) a spring about  | one- hundred yards nortli-wi.-st of the north-oust  corner of pre-emption No. "lils  c   The point of diversion at the spring.  el ���������The quantity of water applied for in cubic  feet pe-r see:onel: one  The e-haractcr of the proposed work.- a ditch  water is  to lie-  to be  "T'AlvE notice- that Chiirh.-.- Jones, of Fairview  '   *        iici-iipiitinn.   hoiel-iiian. intcneN to apply i tliune or pipe,  for pe-i-inissioii to lea-i-  tin.- following de-.-cribcel I     f   The premises  on wliich the-  hiiul.-: . ; u.-ed. I'. It. No. 7*ils  (-oiiiiiieuiuiig at n ]io.-,|  p autci  at the north-:      ..   -n    ,,,..,     .    ... . ��������� i  ,,  west   crner-.M*  Lot :;ui '.hl-nco ,oulh 20 chain-:       - ,'    "' I"1 '."oses for which the water  thence west Wi chain-, rhence-  north -Jo chain.-. ! u~<-'u -"oinc-lir.  tlienee- cast. Sili-h.-iin.- to the point of <.-oimucin-e-  incut, and coiitainiiig llinaeres. more- or less.  CHAI.'LES JONES  W. Ii. Ilayiics, airciit.        '���������>"   Th^ notice  was posted on the *ilitli day of  Mai-ch 'li-d   I'lln                                               In in        ' April 1011.  and  application   will  be made   to  ���������Mineli.iia, i.iiii iii-in        | 1))(. (.(i|| ssi()1K1I. (lll ,,���������. o(iUl )|lly ((f Ml|yi ,,,,,_  i CI KOI IG E M C: IC A Y  ADVERTISE    IN   TILE    GAZETTl-J oiulhi. H, c.  j    Aicn  nf C rowu laud  intenilcd to   be occupied  by tlie  proposed works about  1-10 of an


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