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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B. 0., THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1910.  Number 1&  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 yoaws'practice in Vancouver.]  S.O. L.Co.'sBlock '    <  PENTICTON,       -    f -      B. C.  KA  ���������/  w.  H. T.  GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  'MuKrc  PENTICTON,  Block  -,' .'^...,B.'C.'.:.  f  \  Fruit Growers  DO you want other  fruit-growers to tell  you how  Geo. H. B r o ugh ton  ' B.C. & D.L.S., Graeluate S.P.S.  Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor  Now at Princeton  and  JflS.6LftRKE  Watchmaker  HEDI_E,*V, B. O.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Heaelq unrtcrs for Tourist Travel.  -    Kates Moelorate.  A. Bahnes, Prop.       Penticton; B.C.  I  VeTiiibid  helped them to turn  insect .destruction into  profitable preYductiou ?  Ni'co Soap 'is an absolutely sure death to   .  sucking insects.";;  Verrnoid is a preparation for the elestriic-'  tion of Wire cut and  Eel Worms and all  other soil pests.  -.���������������������������  Information  will be  sent you if you write  AS. HATFIELD  Kaladeni B.C.  KING EDWARD VII DIES   ���������  Passing of  Most   Popular  and   Useful  Monarch���������George V Now Reigns  in his Stead.;  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY 'PUBLIC  Convoyancor,  Real Estate.  Minos,  Crown   Grnnf.s   Applicel   For  Uneler Lanel Act anel  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Camilla.  Hueisoh Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co.  Lonelon & Lancashire Fire Ins. .Co.  Ocean Acoielent anel Guarantee Co.  Unitcel Wireless Telegraph Co.  I  Office   at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  Grand Union  Hotel   HEDLEY, B. C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A.WINKLER, Proprietor  The Butchers, Hedley   -���������" r   .     .  .-; We do not belong ,to the  Beef Trust nor are  we  \vholly opposed to Vegetarianism,   consequently,-  ''.we keep on hand  Choice^ Meats  of.all kinds . and the necessary Vegetables to go  with them..  Two' days after returning from  Biarritz in' the; south of France where  he had gone for his health, but had  not succeeded in deriving any marked  benefit from the trip, the.' king.died  within a few minutes of midnight on  May ������th.    7:}  The hews was received in Hedley  over the wires between four anel five  the same evening, but without any details, and as midnight was mentioned  las the hour' when the event-.-''h-ul. taken  place many took it to mean at midnight .on the 5th, not making allowances for the difference in time of eiver  eight hours.  The announcement was made in the  following .-despatch issued by tlio attendant physicians -immediately- after  the event:' ���������  "May 6, IL50 p. m. His Majesty the  king, breathed his last at 11.45 tonight in the presence of her.majesty  Queen Alexandra, the Prince and  Princess of .Wales, the Princess Royal  the Duchess of Fifes Princess Victoria  and the Duchess of Argyll*.'������������������'���������.Signed  Laking, Reid, Powell and Dawson."  PNEUMONIA    Ji-OLLOWINft    BRONCHITIS  "Pneumonia following bronchitis is  believed to have been the cause of  death, but the 'doctors- thus far have  refused to make a statment, but many  of the king's friends aieL convinced  that worry over the critical political  situation which confronted him,.with  sleepless nights, -aggravated if it did  hot cause the fat'dillness.;  EARL GREY DELIVERS  HIS FAREWELL SPEECH  Prorogation Ceremonies his Last Public  Duty in Canada  HEDLEr BARBER SHOP  Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  HAIR   CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  GIVE US YOUR. ORDERS  ' Phone'No. 4.  ft J. KING & 60.  P'fllAGE  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  '- HE'D LEY   B.C.-   *,l A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    T Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  ra^f KKGULAR monthly meetings of  LIledley Loelgo No. I.'l. A. F. Sc A. M.,  are held on the second Krielay in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  Office of Dominion Express Gompanu.  WOOD   F.OR   SALE!  Phone 11.        INN IS  BROS. Proprietors.  Try  ���������xvwwvmani^  W. J. FORBES  W. M  H. D. BARNES,  Secretary  K. A. C. STUDD  MM'OMl  MAVNK DAl.V  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver .Stock. Exchange  | Real Estate,. Insurance, Stock, Loan  | and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street VV.  Opposite New Post Ollico  P. 0. POX IHIIi  Vancouver, - - B. C.  ! R. H. ROGERS,  j M.A., B.O.L.  j BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  i NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Victoria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  Vernon, B. C.  THE  NEW-  ZEALAND  HOTEL  * # * .        * x  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  kveruthino New and  First-Glass  'Bar 'supplied'- with "the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and' Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  IJR'TISU     COLUMBIA'S     APPRECIATION  VICTORIA, May 6th���������News of the  King's death was received here with-  profoundest regret. Flags throughout  the'-city iwere half masted and newspapers issued extras giving the momentous tidings. Memorial services- are  being arranged inall the churches anil  the parliament buildings will be draped in purple and black.  , - GOVERNMENT OPPICES CLOSED  Upon the receipt of the official intimation through his excellency tlie  governor general an extra of the British Columbia Gazette will formally  convey the intelligence to British .''Columbians. Post office's will be. officially  closed to-morrow and the prescribed  period, of mourning for a irroneirch, 60  days will be duly observed. The arrangements of the provincial government in connection with the death  will be identical with those on the occasion of the demise eif Queen Victoria. -All theatres are closed to-night  and nunierens sporting events arranged for tomorrow have been called off.  premier's tribute  Victoria, May 6���������"British Columbians, always truly loyalto the throne  will mourn with millions of subjects  throughout- the empire this deplorable demise," saiil Premier McBride a  few minutes after the first intimation  reached the provincial capital that the  "Peace maker of Europe had passed  away.  INTEREST IN PROVINCE  "We in this westernmost province,"  the  premier continued,   "have always  been   more or less directly  under the  eye of the sovereign, and it seems only  the either day that we  were rejoicing  over the personal interest his majesty  had manifested in  our affairs in going  enit of his way to enquire  as tei tlie lo-  Lion of our fruit exhibit,   paying it a  visit and subsequently expressing his  much appreciated favorable opinion of  that display and his good  wishes for  our development and prosperity.    The'  incident so  tvpical of  the  monarch's  kindliness and broad sympathies with  the life anel   well-being of his people,  brought-very directly lo us the feeling  that we.  possessed, as we nndoubtc'dly  did,  the friendly and sympathetic interest eif our King.  NEAR TUB PEOPLK'S II HART  Those of us whei may have had some  brii'f experience; in the motherland  know how very ruia.r the heart of the  people- his majesty was. As a man as  well as a monarch King Edward typi-  iieel the finest characteristic quality of  his national manhood. What more  can be saie! of his majesty now that he  has laid ���������uiele tlie sceptre and is at  rest than liis already been kaid'of him  Ottawa, May, 4.���������- At the conclusion  of the prorogation ceremonies in the  senate this afternoon, parliament's  address of farewell to the Governor-  General was read in English by  Speaker Kerr of the senate and in  French bv Speaker Marcil of the  commons.  ��������� Earl-Grey, in reply, referred to his  wide acquaintance with the Dominion.'  and its people; and expressed his deep  appreciation of tlie- references to Countess- Grey and their'', daughter Laely  Sybil anel Lady Evelyn Grey. ' Earl  Grey concluded:  Gentlemen,  it is   not without any  twinges of  the  heart   that I  realize  thatthis is the last '.'occasion on which  I shall have the honor' eif meeting you  officially.     Although our eifficial eem-  nection  with you,   unfortunately for  us, is  soon te> cease,   I can'assure you,  speaking not only for myself,  but for  Lady Grey unci thy, daughters, that so  loug as  we live,  neither .'distance runtime  will ever efface from our hearts  the  recollections  of the  many kindnesses we have-received, the pleasures  we have enjoyed,  our deep effeetioh'  for our Canadian home for the interest we shall ever continue   tei feel in  the. future and fortune, not'only of our  many-   personal friends, 'but  of   the  country and people   whom  we have  learned to love so well."  SIMILKAMEEN ESCAPES FROST.  Fruit in the Similkameen  Uninjured by  Frost Which was Prevalent Through  The Okanagan  LOCAL NEWS  The warm weather of the end of lust  week started the river"booming and it  reached a high point before any check  came. The larger creeks'also respouel-  ed and joined their quota tei swell the  flood, but the dry spell had been so  prolonged that all the snow had disappeared from the lower levels months  ago, and most of the'smaller creeks  that are not perennial, had begun to  dwindle to summer size.  There was a washout on the G. N.  R. four miles from Oroville on Tuesday night which has held up r/ulway  traffic. To this calamity has also been  added the damage, through high water,, to both railway bridges between  Hedley anel Keremubs. The extent of  the damage is not known but things  look blue for an early resumption "of  traffic. Both bridges being damaged  and eight miles apart there will be; ne>  chance to transfer the. mails. . Evidently the old stage will have to go  into service again for a spell.  Lawrence Trehune, of the Boundary  was married last week  in Greenwood  to  Miss Skelton,  anel  their wedding  tour was a prairie schooner voyage to  far-off   Fort   George.    One   of   their  halting places was at Keremeos which  they  reached on Sunday evening anel  here a    rather   funny   incident   toeik  place, for awaggishGreenwoodite who  happened    tei   be  there   that evening  conceived the idea of having a lark by  saying that    they   were   gypsies   and  suggesting to a party of young people  at the hotel that they should go down  to the  gypsies' amp  and  have  their  fortunes told.    The male escort eif the  party, however, appeared to be* slightly suspicious  that they  were not real  gypsies, hut nevertheless accompanied  the young ladies down to  the camp.  Instead  of finding a wrinkled beldam  with swarthy  locks whose palm  they  might cross  with  coin  of the   realm  they    saw    the    fair-haired    blushing  bride e>f  some four elays and   the   unexpected  sight so startled  the  party  that one  of them  fe-11 in a   pond hole,  but none of them  summoned courage1  to ask the'   fair gypsy  to tell   any feu-  tunes.     The: Gazette knows but won't  tell  who  the party of   young  people  were or where they were from.  The drop in teinperature last week  caused ' dismay   among fruit-growers  throughout the district.    At Hedley  the thermometer showed 5 degrees of  frost, but most of the garden stuff and  the few fruit trees had  either  passed  the particular stage* when that degree  of frOst woulel prove fatal or had not  attained   it,   and as    the   ground   is  shaded from the sun until the air  has  had time to Warm up  before  the  sun  strike's it,  little harm  is eleme   unless  the frost is  unusually severe.    Down  at Keremeos,   wheie  l'ruit-gi owing, is  king the lowest point reached was just  about even  freezing,   but   there   they  have a large peach crop which a  hard  frost-woulel have; injured.    Fortunately, however, a careful, .examination'- of  the  tree-s has  shown   that   no   harm  whatever had been done.    It  was   reported that Mr. Richter's peaches had  been injured, but the  report .'was  altogether .unfounded.      Mr.     Richte.r  went over, all his 'trees carefully  anel  the. examination    satisfied'   him   that  all the damage put together ."wouldn't  reach five cents..'  On the contrary   his  trees are so overloaded   that the will  have to do a lot of thinning out to   escape injury to the trees.  Reports have come from the Okanagan (but whether they are accurate or  ne)t we cannot say) that at some-points';,  there '-'was frost of 12 degrees and that  the peach crop had suffered very much.  One report said that the estimated  output of peaches from Surnrneiland"  was 00 carloads and that after the  frost that estimate hael been cut-down  to 33 carloads.  RAILWAY FATALITY  An explosion took place.;cm the V.  V. <fc E. construction above Princeton  on Thursday last when on e Italian,  Dominic Iburi. was killed and another  Louis Reucci, badly hurt. The wounded man was brought down tei the railway hospital. An inquest was held  by Dr. McEweh,'Coroner, when a*verdict of .accidental death through ex:  plosion of dynamite was brought in by  the jury.  ���������       ���������         :   , JUVENILE BOSTONIANS  What may  be said to have been the  Siniilkameen's   ihtroiluction   to   light  opera (or for that part opera  eif any  kind)  was the  presentation   at Keremeos on Saturday last by the Juvenile  Bostonians   of   the   musical   comedy  "Berta's Billion"  which was put on in  the   Keremeos   Hull.      The    Juvenile  Bostonians have a reputation,oyer the  whole  the continent and  it was sole-,  ly because  of the fact that they were  passing through ou their way between  the Boundary and the Okanagan that  it was  convenient for  them   to. give  Keremeos a date.    The company comprises some ninetevn artistes, anel each  fully  equal  to   the;  part  taken.    The  piece is sprightly, the girls pretty, the  costumes-   dainty   anel   apt   and   the  music we-11  calculated to take  one out  of erne's self for  an   hour or  two of  genuine  enjoyment.     Babe   Mason in  the character of Berta was invincibly  funny and   played the Dutch girl  in a  manner calculated  to give  the play-  going public  a new idea of the* engaging quality of said Dutch girl.     Those*  who went down to take it in were well  repaid for the trip.  by all the world, that he was the first  gentleman and best beloved monarch  of his time-. Always patient anel infinitely tactful, his relations with foreign  power-s were especially distinguished  by the great confidence that alien nations invariably placi-el in his every  word and act. When the history eif  our empire: is brought down to elate,  King Edward will be given his rightful place as an unusually gifted ruler  and great constitutionalist, who performed unostentatiously and within-  spired ability his part in the making  of British history."  Whataprominent Winnipeg clergyman has to say of the Musical Eck-  hardt's who appear at Fraternity hall  on Friday, June 3rd. The Swiss Bell  Ringers played in my church last night  to the largest.audiences we have- hael  at any entertainment since the church  was dedicated. There was universal  appreciation of the artists, and before  the evening cleised the. Ladies Aid requested 1110 to engage them for another entertainment as soon as possible.  Their masterful manipulation of instruments, new and old, makes us feet  likw calling them the modern musical  wizards. I may say also that we have  never hael anything that so coniph'te-  ly filled the bill asentertainers as they  did last night.  Respectfully,  HAMILTON WIGLE,  Pastor Zion Methodist Church,  Winnipeg, Manitoba.. THE   HEDLEY GAZETTE.   MAY 12, 1910.  ;'<-���������  St*>  ^���������^"W  '$ZZ*.  NOTICE  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  GO-OWNERS.  and ���������'-:���������'���������'.  Similkameen Advertiser;  swiic I en Tbiirs.-hiys. by tlie' IIt:i>i.i'Y G.v/.K'ri'v.  I'lUNTINIi AND Prr.l.lSUINC CllMI'-AN V'- '  I.I.Ml.TKIi.    Ut.    lll-llll'V.    II, C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Ye.-u- : .:..-   S'-'JK-  "    ( I'niH-d Slates! ,   '-'.���������"''  Advertising Rates  Meiisiireniesnt. \2 lini:s lo llu: ine-b. j  Land Neitices---('ortille-nli:s eif improvement. i'le. ,  S7.IK) I'or liO-diiy notices, aiiel .$;"Uin fur'ill-day j  notices. ���������    i  Advertiseuionts will be changed one-c every j  month if advertiser do-ares, witlienit niiy. eM.ra I  charge. For changes oflenor than mice a mouth  tho   price of composition  will  be charged at  rcgiiliir rates.  Changejs for contract, ml vert isomonts should  be:- in the otlice: by noon on Tuesday lo secure  attention I'or that week's issue.  A. MEGRAW, Managing fc'ditor.  'St OTIC K is hereby given, .that, thirty days;  lv-     after elate. 1, George Kirb.v.-of Koreir.oc-s ;  H.'O. intend toappiy't-ei tlie supiii-intoiident of |  ���������provincial police:, I-'. S. 1-lnssoy, of Vioti'ria. for ,  rohej'val of a retail-liquor licence, for thoTvore- ;  nicof. Hotel, located at Keremeos, M. C. '  GKII. ICIItHY        '!  Keremeos. April l.'ith, ir.th. l'lld. 1-1-4...      ,  NOTICE  N  (IT  B. C,  provii  renew  hotel,  milt  IC1-  actinic  icial  al of  local  west-  is hereby given that, thirty day;  date, I .leiiiu Cosgrovc, of .Weilloy  ud lo apply to the superintendent-o  police:, i'. S. Hussey, of Victoria. ,f.o.  a retail liquor licence for .the Pari  eel mi the .SiiiiilUauiciiii river foil  of Medley.  .JOHN CONG HO VI"  U-I  Hedley. April tOth. I'll"  To I). .1. Purely. Hubert Wisely, and Wi A.  e'liosley, or to any person or persons to whom  they may have transferred, their interests in  the Kordeii, Hope and 1-Jiuirier" mineral claims  situate at -the '"niou'th of Te:nas Creek in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  You and each of you are hereby notified that  wo have expended throe /hundred, and seven  dollars and ill'ty cents in labor anel improvements ou the above mentioned claims in order  to hold the. said claims under the provisions of  the- Mineral Act, the said labor being done for  the year ending fil.h of August, I'M), and if  -within I'll days from the date of this notice, you  fail or refuse to contribute your porporlion of  Knell, expenditures -towelher with all costs of  neivortising, your .'interest in saiel mineral  claims will tic the properly of tlie undersigned  ���������*ii(le:r .Section-J of "Alineral Act Amendment  Act 1 Will.  Dated this 1st eluy of April, 1010.  GKO. HTK.K1)  .1. \\"...SI.Ne.'LAIR.-.  74 Years in Business  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  Small   sums of money  can     be     transmitted  Money Orders  safeiy���������conveniently��������� and ut-trifling expense ��������� by our  Bankers' Association' Money Orders.  Money Orders for $ 5.00 or under cost 3 cents.  -..������������������������������������.".������������������-��������� "������������������-"'        "       5.00 to $10.00 cost 0    '"  '     " "        '*        ���������'--���������    10.00 to   mOO"������   10   ������������������'��������� '  .������������������'    30.00 to'.50.00    "15 .'���������.���������.'.  Kail Moon  *���������'���������'���������  Dust (|uar.  19.10  .MAY  New Moon  l-'irsr.'qu;ir.  1;V  1010  Sun.  Won.  Tues  'Wed. Tim. Frl.  i  2  :?  ���������1       r>       (i  s  0  10  n    12    in  15  .10  17  IK     .10     21.1  22  23  2-1  25     2(i     27  20  SO  11  21  28  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  (Ire.-it  'Britain--and   lu-r  dominieins  overse'as   are: one  to-day in a. coinn'mn  fei'lino-   eif' profound   s-orrbw   at   the  death of  King  Edward VII   who was  one  of   the   most .popular  and   loved  sovereign** Britain has e:vei* had. They  loved his mother, the matchless queen  who grew, olel in  their   service (for a-  sovereign  such  as   Victoria  and   Ed-  havo in turn   proved themselves to be,  can be said as truly to serve- the people,  as  the  meanest subject to serve his  monarch) anel gave to her all the love  and-devotion  which a   people- could  give; but that has in nowise tended to  lessen the  love or respect extended to  her illustrious son King Edward wluun  they   bad known   sei long  as a fellow-  subject, anel that circumstance may in  itself  account, in   a great  measure for  that- nearness    to   the  hearts   of   his  people   which he  succe'cdcel in   attaining.    It   was not,   however,   until   his  accession   to the  throne that they ob-  .Lained any 'adequate idea of the: statesmanlike  qualities he   could  bring*  to  bear, for very few   years were allowed  tei  lapse  until   he  had demonstrated  the  fact   that  morn    had   bee-n   done  by him for the betterment of Britain's  position   among   the   nations   anel feir  the cause  of universal  peace than for  twenty ye-ars.   To Victoria the British  people   gave   love and  respect,   but to  King  Eel ward,  they gave  these and a  touch of bon camaraderie as well. This  was shown  during  the festivities  eif  Vieteiria. diamond jubilee when in the  variety theatres the artistes bang  "We take- off our 'ats to the Queen,  We: lake oil" emr 'ats to the Queen;  We   te-li naughty   tale's   to the good  Prince of Wales  But we take off our'ats to theQueum."  And yet when he ascemled the  throne he maintained its dignity in a  manner to compel respect, without  losing in the smallest degree the spirit  of e-amar.-iflerie he enje'iyed with his  subjects. Newspapers in other countries talk of his successor King George  being unpopular, but they have absolutely nothing upon which to ba.se  the: claim. Unlike his father there has  bee-ii no iie'e-asion for him te> come in  for the- same degree eif public notice  eluring his period of appre-ntie-eship  for the: high eluties of his eiffiee and  thus his personality has been elisguised,  but, tin: same may have been saiel of  his cousin the Czar of Russia, whom be;  reseinble's nnu.-h in appearance and  possibly in elisposition as well. It is  nonsense to talk eif crisis for tlie: British constitution is still there: and to it  both the sovereign and the subject -ire  iiounel.  NOTICE  ���������vroTICK is hereby ���������riven Unit, thirty days  -^ after date, I, Kvan Morris, of Kairview,  B.C., intend to imply tei the siipei'iutendent erf  preivineial police, F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for  renewal of a retail lie-, nor licence for the JYlinci-s  liMne Hotel, located in fairview, l-i. (..'.  KVAN MOKKIS.  Fairview. April l.'tb, I'MO. 1-1--1  NOTICE  "���������\70TICK is hereby {riven that, thirty days  -^ after date, I, Marry Jones, e>f Krirvio'v.  I J. C. intend to apply tothe superintendent, of  provincial police, I-*. S. ilussey, of Victoria for  renewal of a retail liquor licence for the Golden  Gate Hotel, located in Kairview. II. O  I-IAHKY .JO.VKS.  Fairview. April loth. liilO ' U-I     .  '     NOTICE  "VTOTit":-" is hereby given that, thirty elays  -*\ after date, I, Thus. I.ti-adshaw, of ,Hedh.:y  intend -to apply, to tlie'siiperinteiHlont of,provincial poiico, F. S. Ilussey, of Victoria, for renewal of. a retail liquor-licence for the.Great  Northern Hotel, located in Medley, li. C  THOS. BRADSHAW  Hedley  April loth th 191(1     ''���������''���������"        1,44;  Hedley  Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  NOTICE  ���������M'OTIOK is'.hereby-{riven that, thirty elays  J-> afterdate, I. Frank Dollemore. of Hedley.  B. C. intend to apply tothe superitiueiielent of  provincial peilieo, K.'S. HusBey. Of Vieteiria, for  renewal of a retail liquor licence for the Hotel  Suriilk-imeen. Ioeateel in Hedley.  FRANK DOLI.KMOK1-:  Heelley. i-Apr ,15th, 15110. .. 14-4  NOTICE  VIOTIGK is hereby (riven that, thirty days  -*' after elate, we, W. Arnottaiid \V. Ii. Hine  of Okiinmran Falls, B. O.. intend tn apply to the  superintendent of provincial police, F. K.  Hussey, of Victoria, forarencwiil of a retail  liquor'licenee for the Alexandra Hotel, located  at Okanagan Falls, li. C.  ARNOTT&1IINK  Ol-aiiairan Falls. April Isltli, 1910 M-4  NOTICE  "VrOTIC-i: is hereby friven that, thirty days  -^ aft-or date, I, I). G. Hackney, of Hedley.  Ii. C. intend to apply to the superintendent of  provincial police, F. S. Hussey,, of Victoria, for  renewal of a retail liquor lieiehee for the Hotel  Hedley, located in Hedley,  I). G. HACKNEY  Heelley.   Apr l.'ith, 19(H) 14-4  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  OZAK FRACTIONAL Mineral Claim, situate  in the: Oseiyoos jMininfr  Division-of "Vale District.'  Where located: ('amp Hedley   ..-,.  ���������"["���������AICK  NOTICF. that I, Ainsley-Megraw. F.  -*-    M. C. BR(il82, agent for F. H. French, F. M.  C. BS-iili-O aiiel George Cab ill,  1VM.C. -B9R179.  intend, sixty days from date hereof* to apply  to the Mining Koooreler for a Certificate of  Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a  Grown Grant of the above claim.  Anel further take notice that ae-tio-u. under  sectton 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicatc of Imprxivenients.  Dated this twenty-seventh day e������f April A.D.  1910.    v li>10  AINSLEY MEGKAW  agent feir F. H. French find Geo. Cahill  X  ���������X  I"  i  X  H  x  I  X  X  I  I  I  X  &  ������������������������  x-  A Large: Assortment of Silks and Embroiderejdi.   %  Linens Justin at very Moderate Prices jf  NOTICE  ATOTICK is hereby given that, thirty elaj-s  -^ after elate. I. li: S. Pittendrigh, of Koek  Creek. B. C. intend to apply to,tliesuperiiiten-  dentof provincial police, F..S. Husscy. of Victoria, for renewal of a retail liquor licence for  the Koek Creek Hotel, located at Rock Creek.  H. S. PITTKNDRIGH.  Mock Creek, April loth 1910 14-4  NOTICE  XTOTK'IC is hereby given that, thirty (lays  i> after date. I, Anton AVinkler, o-f Heelley,  1J. C. intend to apply teithe superiatenelent of  lirovincial police, F. S. Hussey, t*f Victoria, for  renewal of a retail liquor licence for the Grand  Union Hotel, located in Hedley, 11. C.  ANTON WINKLER.  Hedley, April loth. 1910 14-4  Natural tintl Dyed Pongee .,'-'*'  Minora  Shantung Suitings in beautiful shadies..    j������  Satin 'Foularris, very fashionable. .  'K,.  Silk and Crepe Kimonas. *;  Sti-iped Messalinp Silks g  Plain'mid Polka'Dot'..Tap Taffeta '���������'���������'���������[���������'  Silks Scarves in Newest Designs. JJ;~  Tea Cloths, Runners and Table Centres u& J&ipa-'   J?  nese Drawn Thread and Embroidery. ������  ���������!���������������'���������-  x  S . ' '  I-'  s  I '.:  | J. A. SCHUBERT, hebiue^.  <S ;;' x  x %-  11 ALWAYS    GOOD   AND    FRESH  ������  T������R MEAT YOU GET FROM  EDMONDS, THE BUTCHER  3  i  NOTICE  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  after date. I, Thomas Walsh of Brides-  ville, li. C, intend to apply to the superintendent of provincial police. F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for a retail liquor licence for tlie Brieies-  ville. Hotel, located at Brielesville B. C.  THOS, WALSH  Bridesvillc, April I5t.h 1910. 1-1-4  NOTICE  "XTOTICE is hereby given that, thirty elays  -1-' after date, I, James Wallace, of Princeton. B. C.. intend to apply to the .superintendent of provincial police. F. S, Hussey, of  Victoria for a retail liquorlicencefor the Princeton Hotel, located at Princeton,  JAMES WALLACE  Princeton, April loth, 1910 14-4  NOTICE  AJOTICE is hereby given that, thirty days  ^ after elate, I, H. Twoddle of Iveremeos  B. C. intend to apply to the. superiiiteiiclent of  Provincial police, F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for  a renewal of ;i retail liquor licence for too  Central hotel, situeited at Keremeos, H. C;.  H TWEDDLE  Keremeos, April 15th, 1910 14-4  NOTICE  "VTOTICK is hereby given that, tliirty elays  i-> after elate 1. A. i). Broom Held, eif West-  bridge, B. C. intcnel to apply to the superintendent of provincial police:, F. S. Hussey, of  Vieteiria, for renewal of a retail lii'iior licence  for the Wcstbrielge Hotel, located at West-  bridge.  A. I). BROOMF1EL1)  Westbridge. Oct. loth, VM) 1-1-1  NOTICE  WANTED  ir-IR TIES, anel LAGGING  x       Oflice.  Particulars  at  Dalv R-F.auC'TION Co.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  District en-' Yalk.  'PAICE notice that John 1'. MoCmldy of Fair-  J- view, occupation. Farmer, intends to  apply for permission to lease the following eies-  ciiticd [anel:���������  Commencing at a post planted al, the south  east corner of Lot (Hi!I, Groilj) I. Osoynos. thence  semtli-10 chains; tlienee west ISO chiu'ns; tiicncc  north -10 chains, thence east .SO chains to the  point of commencement, and containing '.',20  acres, more eir less,  JOHN I'. MeCUDDY  -March Kith. 11)10 12-1')  "VTOTTCE is hereby given that, thirty days  -���������"* .after date, I, John Jackson, of Hedley,  B. C, intend to apply to the superintendent of  provincial poiico, F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for  a renewal of a reteiil liquor licence fen-the New  Zealand Hotel, locatcel in Heelley, B. C.  JOHN JACKSON  Hedley.   April 15th 1910 14-4  WATER NOTICE  "W"OTlOE is hereby given that an application  -L> will be made under Part II of "Water  Consolidation Act 18SI7" to record the right to  take, divert, convey, and use water in Yale  District for ordinary. Domestic, agricultural  and mining purpeises;--  (a) The name of the .applicant is the Princeton Water Works Company, Ltd.  (b) Tho name of the lake, stream or source  is the Tulameen River,-  (c) The point of diversion or intcneledeliteh  heael is about ono mile above its junction with  the Similkameen river.  .  (d) The moans by which it is intendcel to  store and divert the water is reservoir or tanks  placed on bench 180 feet above the-x-iver, into  whieh the water will be pumped. ; ..-,  (e) The number of cubic feet applied for is  four cubic feeit per second.  (f) Tho water is required for supplying an  unincorporated locality with water for: elonios-  tie mirpose.s.  (g) The land or mine on which the water is  to be used is the Town of Princeton or any portion of District Lot 70ti Group I, Osoyoos Division of Yale District in-the Province of British  Columbia, and the neighborhood thereof, and  the locality within a radius of two miles from  northerly end of Vermillion Avenue.  (h) This notice was posted on the twenty-  eighth day of April 1910 and application will be  made to the commissioner on the twenty  eighth day of May, 1910.  The Princeton Water Works Co. Ltd  Per K. Waterman  P. O. Address. Princeton. B. C.  PUINCETON-  WATKleWelltlCS C'OMI'ANY LtJIITEll  Princeton. B. C.  Capital SL'y.Ollfl  Divided into oOOO shares, at 'jo.OO M.UO  Paid Up .lOOO shares at, ������5.0(1 ��������� 15,000  Reserve shares iiOOO 10.00(1  i Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, and |  Poultry.  Also Vegetables and Other Accessories  x  $ ��������� ���������-.��������������������������� S-.  S-'.O.OJO ������25.000  The: Objects for which the Company is  Established arc:  (a) To supply the Town of Princeton or any  portion <>f iii-lrict Lot 7-,-ii Group J. Osoyoos  Division of Yale Dislriet in the Province of  British Columbia, and tin- .-leigliborhooil thereof, and the locality within --.radius of twomiles  from the northerly end of Vei'iniilion Avenue  in the: saiel Town of '-'l-inco'ioo, with water, and  tei carry em the: business of a water works company in all its brunches.  (b) To apply for i-tVue. reoeirel, eir otherwise  acquire water records en- lie-cnc.es. anel to sell  and eiispose of w������';er.  (c) To make, build, const).>:ct, lay down and  lTiiiintain  reservoirs,   vv.-iterworks.  ihi,ii;s.   eis-  i terns, eul verts, 1'iter'oea,-:, mnin and ni.liui- pipes  anil appliances, aii'l r.o execiite and du ii.'-i ottier  works mill things tiee-.o->s:u'> c-r com���������enii.nt for  obtnisa'ig, stOi-ii-g, s.-iiiiig deiivenng and  inejusur.ri-r water or ol.hc.rw ii'e i'or tlie purjiose  of the C'oinpauy.  @  @  @  ������  ������  ������  m  ������  ������-  @  @.  m  Do you want your corresijondence, your invoices,  statements, card records, special reports���������all your  office detail���������typeprinted'?  Can you afford to keep two writing machine���������one  for the regular and one for the special work'? Perhaps  not.  Then, you should buy a 14 6-10 carriage model of  the Monarch because it is the only typewriter .made  that will write all the work with unvarying ease,  speed, durability, adaptability,-' and all these things  that dignify a writing machine as "Perfect."  Tlie Monarch Typewriter Company, Ltd.  89 King- Street West, Toronto.  A. MEGRAW, local Agent  ���������*������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������@������������������������������@������������������������������&������������������������  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  "rV"OTICE is he:repy given that the partner-  xN ship, forwerly existing between Halliburton Twcejilles anel Jiimes Elmliirsu has been  diriselived. All eiii.inis against tbe'IInn miistbe  presented to ihs undorsigned and all accounts  owing the llrm must be paid on or before the  first elay of May next.  XI, TWEDDLE  Kereiueoo Centre, April 5th, 1910.  NOTICE  "VTOTii.-E is hereby given th-tt, thirty days  x> afterdate, wo, (.'co. A. (.ioldsbroiigh anel  Amy A. Worgan, e>! Ailirtoii, U. ���������.'. intend to apply to the superintendent of provincial police,  V. S. Hvissey, eif Vie-loi-ia, for renewal of a retail lie-nor licence for the Allison Hotel Ioeateel  at Allisou,  GOLDSBKOUGH & WORGAN  Allison, April 15.1910 U-i  ���������#���������  1A/E HAVE MONEY  to invest in any sound proposition.  Timber, Coei2 or  Agricultural JLancis  Miike- a e.-lc-ii- skctt-li .-nid write fully iu your fh-st' le'tte:i- if you  want ;i clt-fiiiilt* .-inswiH-.  Western Catnaciai Investment Co.  Suite -4-S IRleicI-c. St  Vancouver, B. C  ADVERTISE IN THE GAZETTE!  ���������n  ���������HB THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, MAY 12, 1910.
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,.. Tov^. .-.and- J>Istri��5t.    ...
���'.   Loornis  i.s applying   fen- inceirporii-
tion. ,     '   ".,., '" ...
';'��������� Rumem bur the-Pi-e'sbyterijui ceuigi-e:-
gritioruil meeting on Saturday'oyeuiinj?
at S o'clouk.
Heini-y McDiarniicl. uuel H, M-issiin.-U;
.were bnth riise:h;irge.'el from the: lio.spit-
al on Monday..     .     -      . .
O. H. Cai-li.' has ;i. little* patch "of p-ai-'
elun ;it Ki:ie'iii<-<is0:2 x&Jfeit't, oil* which
' lie- sold $87.0')  worth  of pr-odiua: -lust
"���your. '',.".:,       ���;���
Thet'o wiis iio Methodi.st .sc'i-vie.-e-  on
. Suud.-i-y c'Ve'iiiii',' last, owing to tlio-iih-
.sencevof Mr. Kinney who is atlX'tieling
confeu'i-ni-e.
The* i-e.'gti:iii' monthly.business meeting of tlie 1,-uiiciS*'Auxiliaryto the T.fe*el-
' ley Hospital will be held in tin*   Dnion
Hall'on Fricbfy aftei-noon at 2:1.50.
J. Jnnis ).'it.*tui''ncHl l.-isfc wu'ok from
MerritL .anel t-eports the'Tulauieeri anel
its ti.'ibutui-k's to be howling. liu'-i-
niiss, he s.-iy.s is good at Merritt-.
Prairie   feohooner's   bound   for, the
...north "country are a   common':, sight
these dayjsMiieist of them have the Foi-t
George   country for   their   objective
point.
Don't forget your Miner's 'Licence'
���There will be a guii sheiob at Ive*ie-
rneos centre on May 21th when the
Shatford cup will he --hot for by ""earns
ii-oni-.the loading parts of the* Similka-,
meen;i-idirig. fn additio'n there will
be individual pi izc.-. of" Jp'Jo, .fSlO and $5
with an eritriinee- fe-e of $1,00 feu- the-
individual shoot, but no entrance fee
for the team shoot.
, Kvans, the���!..
uid mining i
this month. "'.Thtiy. all run out on the
last of May, and it costs a 'heap of
money sometiines to rectify the little
mistake of forgetting it;
Dug, Stewart, tlu* man avIio builds
the bridges and lays the steel for the
Grrat Northern, was in town on Morr^
day. He has been hustling some work
for the Company in Oregon.
Mrs. Gillespie accompanied by Miss
Edith Bradshaw and Miss May Sniith-
oram went tei Keremeos on Saturday
to hear the Juvenile Bostemians and
remained over Sunday.
;     Mr. J. IT.  Kennedy,  chief engineer
.   of the V. V. & E. came up'frpm'Vani
couver on  Saturday last and went by
train to Princeton  to consult the resident engineer on progress of the work.
After a long periotl of dry weather
which was beginning to look i-ather
"' serious for those who had to depend
on dry farming the: rain came on Monday night arid was most welcome* to
all.
Work started on repairs on the government roads last week under feire-
nian Harry Reise who started with
cleaning out a few slides on the; road
up Twenty-mile, so as to make it passable.
Deals on Hedley real estate have
been very encourae-ing of lute, while
the sales of --Estimo" have been even
more so. They'are really a good cigar
and one gets full value for his money.
On Thursday last John Jackson, of
the New Zealand Hotel, received a
telegram informing him of the death
of his brother-in-law, Mr. Williams at
Northport and left that day with his
wife and family tei attend the funeral.
A gasoline speeder passed through
on the-G.N. II. tracks on Saturday,
anel appeared to be making feist time.
To one who wants plenty of fiesh air,
it should prove an exhilarating method of getting over-the ground.
J. Madden, contractor, went south
on Friday's train. He. complains of
the difficulty eif getting men to push
their contracts to completion within
the time specified. Not only has the
available labor supply for railway construction diminished in quantity but
also in quality.
A .large number of sawlejgs came
down the Similkunieem with the driftwood and it is said that they.were the
cause of the damage to the railway
bridges. While the river is a little
higher than the average Hood-time it
is by no means high enough to make
any new mark by way of record.
Judge Brown anel 1. II. tlallert returned from Princeton on Friday after
dispeising of a small docket of cases at
the session of County Court held there
the day before. The Judge returned
to the Boundary but Mi'. Hallet was
enroute to Penticton to attend the
session of County Court there before
���Judge Swanson., but learning l !/��� -i ���* i
that the king had died was in, .���'.-��� ;
as to whether he: should, waste Uu-j
time: going as he could not under-.tand !
how a court could be heiel uneie;.' l.iie i
circumstances. j
The' team work done last
levelling off the fair
links has afl'ecte-d a splended itr.p.-ovi--
inent, mi the course as we-il as u-i ini*
putting greens and should ri-siiH. in
greatly improved scores. Many shots
were formerly lust in approaching anel
putting anel the levelling off will save-
a great deal eif this. The rain criming
immeeliately after the levelling was
most opportune and golfers are hugging themselves that they got it done
in the nick of time.
The .friends of Horaci
widely; known .geologist <��j>*. i....1...rt
expert, will lie shocked co le-urn that
he has been .adjudged insane and committed tei tlie asylum at- Medical Lake.
Since his 'return, to this county after
an absence of a, year, or more, Mr.
Evans has been, acting strangely, but
no eine sueipected that'-his miiiel was
unbalance!)! until ho i.-oiniiience:el acting strangely at. the Oroville-Detreiit-
mine last week. He was employed by.
���that company to report upon the progress eif the work being done -with the
eliumond drills anel tei- make:the necessary assays. Last week-lie became
aggressively qyerhea ring, would ,nbt
permit the drillers to carry on their
work, ordered them from the quarters and exhibited '''other signs of insanity.���-Oroville" Gazette.
The Gazette received :i "copy'-' of" the
Fort .George Tribune containing a
write-up of the circumstances under
which the Bankof B. N. A. eipehed but
there unheralded,.stealing a march on
on two other chartered banks that
had eyes on the location and were
awaiting better means of transporta'-'
tion to get in. Even the packers who
took in the party, of' three, consisting
of.J..Anderson, the inspector of the
bank, L. G. MacHaffie, manager and.
J. Mtinro, teller, did not know that,
the packages they were handling re-
presented several thousands of dollars
in money. Concerning', the-manager
the Tribune says:
"L. G. MacMaffie, who has been up-,
poin teel Manager. comes frbnr Hedley
B.C., where it fell to his goeid fortune
to open a branch of the B. N. A. bank
at that point five years ago, and who
only left there recently to repeat a
similar performance in the Spokane of
B.C. J. Munio, Avliei will act as teller
has been transferred from Montreal;
Some measure of credit, we believe,
must,be.given to^ Mr. Godfrey, manager of the Vancouver branch, for the
installation, for it must be remembered he spent a goodly portion of last
summer here and was more than favorably impressed with what he saw and
learnt of the district.
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ending May 7,   1910:
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Blacksmith Work
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THE   GAZETTE! THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.  MAY 12,1910.  EREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen----Famed for Fruit Growing  Towa and Lower Valley.  Attend the: sports at Keremeos ("'outre: on Victoria Day.  News eif the: king's death was re-ceiv-  e:el he-re- em Prielay e-veiiing with sin-  ceie re*gret.  Mrs. Til-son and her sister of Oroville  visited frienels in Kerenieeis between  trains on Friday.  Miss Fleming, Mr. G. Milburn and  Mr. Win. "Daly, of Keremeos, attended a concert given in Princeton on  'Friday evening in aid of the English  Church. They report a splendid evening's entertainment.  Mrs. J."..T. Armstrong visited her  daughter, Mrs. Cnrmichael, at Princeton from Wednesday till Saturday  last. On her return she was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Carmichael,  who spent Sunday here, returning to  Princeton on Monday.      .  The next big-event in Ivereiiii'eis will  be the -appearance of Jessie: Maclachliu  Queen of Scottish anil Gaelic songs,  Craighill Sherry, humoriste:nte-rt;iiner  and Barnaby Nelson, tenor robustu in  Richter's Hall, Keremeos on Saturday  next, May Lltli.  C. JE. Shaw. P. L. S. leaves the end  of the week for Shingle Creek, where  he has some surveying to dei anel will.,  then proceed to the Cariboo country  for a <:ouple of months. On his return he will spend a few days in Keremeos, completing some work here.  Mr. 1. H. Hallett, barrister of Greenwood, spent a day or so in town at the  eriel of the week. He was ein his way  to Penticton to attend County Court-  arid look after some -cases for .T. P.  McLeoel, recently appointe.il to a position in Victoria.  Nigel Ewart returned last week  -from Kamloops whither he had es-  eorteel James Wyllie: of Myers Flat,  who has been committed, to stancVhis  trial at tlie approaching, assizes on a  charge of cattle lifting. The accused  had his -preliminary hearing before  J. 11. Brown at Fairview.  Porter Gibson left by G. N. R. for  Alameda, Sask. on, Tuesday in response to a'.message that his wife was  dangerously ill.  District road supervisor, Turner,  has appointed O. H. Carle to look  after the road work at Keremeos and  J. Young to attend to that across the  river.    Both have started.  Dr. Spencer delivered a lecture here  on Tuesehiy night. He explained the  new Canada Temperance Act and. expressed his opinion that it would' be  .effective-here as a local option-law..  Owing tei insufficient notice having  been given he decided, not to hold  meetings at 'Hedley and Princeton at  this time. , c  Rev.'Mr. Cameron announces-that  arrangements for the church bazaar  feir Victoria JDav aie progressing fav  orably.^ Contributions in cash and  articles for sale are coming in a man-  to insiii'esiiiicess. Mr.'Cameron hopes*-'  to make sufficient teientirely wipe, off  the; debt on the church. A stand for  tlie sale of Ihii wares will be secured  at the Centre near the recreation  grounds.  .'Major Megraw, of the Hedley Gazette was in Keremeos from Friday  till Monday enjoying**!.sort of holiday  trip anel ceillectinc: data for a special  iksiie of the Gazette which he purposes  giving Keremeos'next:week.'-- In company with the local representative of  the peiper he: visited all the fruit lots  anel ranches in the neighborhood aful  rioted the , improvements that have  been going on since his last visit here.  We leave him to give his impressions  in hisenvnwav.        .     ...  Extra copies of next week's issue eif  the Gazette, which will be a special  for Keremeos, may be secured by applying at the office of J. A. Brown.  Assist in advertising your district by  purchasing a few extra copies and  sending them to your friends at a elis-  tanc.-'.  That Keremeos can muster a gooel  gathering when the occasion merits it  was etememstrateel on Saturday evening. The seating capacity of the town  hall was taxed to accommodate the  numbers that assembled te> hear the  Boston Kieldies in their presentation  of "Berta s Billion". Among those  from the upper valley in attendance  were noticed Mrs. Gillespie, Miss  Smrth.era.in,' Miss Bradshaw, Messrs.  Chamberlain anel Megraw, -of Heelley,  and Messrs. Lurnselen and Brown of;  Princeton. The opinion was freely expressed that the performance given by  the "Juveniles" was the best ever seen  in the valley.  At the time '"of writing (Tuesday  nicjrning) a gentle r-iin is falling; the  last of a shower which continued all  through the night anel has .soaked the  thirsty hill sides anel" refreshed the  vegetation so that at present our pbiv  tion ofthe .valley presents a charming  appearance.-- While not dependent on  the weather man for our moisture a  drenching rain is always welcome here.  It benefits the land not under irrigation, clears the air anel settles the  dust. There is never enough to prove  tiresome or objectionable.  Mr. W. H. Armstrong, who with  his wife and Miss Wooelrow spent a  few elays in Keremeos last week left  for their home in Vancouver on Friday. They came.in by C. P. R, and  returned by way eif the Great Northern. Mr. Armstrong says each time  he e:emie.s into the valley he is better  pleased than the last, and that never  has he been so favorably impressed as  on the presant trip. The excellent  weather he found here and the advanced stage of the eircharels arid gardens were a revelation after what he  had experienced em the outside. Mr.  Armstrong predicts that once the V.  V.& E. is completed to the coast there  won't be standing room in the -Sirnil-  kanieeii' for* all the people who will  come in here.. He regretted that owing to urgent business at home he had  to shorten Iris visit'-here by several  days.  J. 11. Kennedy, assistant chief engineer of the Great Northern' went  through tothe front of'construction  we.itk on Saturday anel returned on  Monday: He states that the work of  railway building is progressing nicely  above Princeton but does not holel out  much hope of any more track being  laid this year. Doug Stewart also paiel  the valley a'visit during the week. At  present he anel his gang are laying  track down in Oregon. The eibject of  his trip here w as to secure a portion  of the' track-laying equipment stored  here anel which, is required for their  operations in the south.  Rev. A. H. 'Cameron is one of the  busiest of our' horticulturists these  days anel has recently completed setting out his fruit lot with a fine stock  of trees which he has planted. His  black charger Collie which'formerly  shared his inissieinary labors in transporting him over; the ranges is now  hitched to a tiny cultivator .and a tiny  one-horse plow arut becomes, with his  master, a tiller (if the soil; but there is  another implement that appears to  mystify visitors. The: long slender  handle would appear to suggest some  delicate operation anel the peculiar set  of the blade would appear well calculated to get.after angle-worms or cut-  weVrins or some other such pest tliat  the: horticulturist requires to make  war on. ' Perhaps they might understand'its iise better up at Hedley.  Though mention of it was omitted  from the large bills and dodger's issueel  for the: celebration here on Victoria  day, a feature of the day's sport will  be trap-shooting. Small bills containing particulars have since been print-  eel and forwarded to those interested.'  In addition to the ..regular team shoot  for the Shatford Cup there will be an  individual shoot open to all comers for  a purse of $35, entrance fee $1. The  cothniittee in charge are" working  faithfully to make the days sport the  best eyer and there is little room to  doubt, but they will succeed.  NEARLY 1,200,0(>0 IN USE  DELAVAL  rators  FIRST���������ALWAYS BEST���������CHEAPEST  The AA/orld's ������t-o.rec3arci  Ten years ahead of all others in every feature of  separator 'practicability.  Beautifulln Deglgn, F*-orfe-*ct inCoh-  .  struct-ion, E\/e--rle������stirig In Daily Use  Send for handsome, catalogue illustrating and '-describing, "the.  latest styles and sizes of machines in details, to be had for the asking  $\  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  KEREMEOS, - - B. C  M������h-*-4*-<m->^-+  i  When in Keremeos stop at the ������  I:  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  X  X  K  K  x  X-  K  x  X  t  I-  k  X  K  K  x  K  x  K  H  x  ff- - -      . ~  Sole Agents for Princeton Goal  Free Bus to all trains  B. C. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  NOTICE  OSOYOOS LAND DISTIUCT       ���������  '      lirSTUICT OK SIMrLIvA-llEK.V  ���������"PAKM NOTICK t-iiiit I, Freeleriok Charles  x Wilson'of Vancouver, li. C,-occupation  siiliool teacher, intcnel to apply for permission  to purchase the following elescribeel lanels:���������  Commencing at- a post planted bcsiilc the  south cast post of Lot 23t������s thence north twenty  chains; tlienee West about five chairs to the  east boundary of the One Horse Mineral  Claim;' thence south twenty chains; thence  cast about live chains to point of commencement. - -- - -    . -  Fkkdkkicic Cuakles Wilson  Vincent 0. Wilson, Agent.  March 8th, 1!H0. M-10    .  J. A. BROWN ;  Notary Public  'CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKEliACHE,  FIKE INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE - KEREMEOS, B.C.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  REAL ESTATE MINES  Agent for:  London & -Lancashire Fire In*. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Keremeos, B. C.  TOMMY SING  Contracts for Work  c ..,  Land scrubbed or any kind of work by  contract at reasonable: rates.*;  *'  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China.  Kcicmeos-Pcnticton Kail Sta^e.  ������$������������������������@������@������������������������������������������������@������������������������������@@������������@@������@ @  @  0  Cy  FIGUREOUT  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  C;in 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 otters such  big returns on the capital invested.  REMEMB-ER  We   offer no   laud but   what lias   the   water al-  readv 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.  @������������������������������������������������������������������@������������������������������mt@m@������������������������@&������*������  ������  ������  ������  ������  m  @  @  ������  NOTICE  "VfOTIOK is hereby given that, thi-ity days  -^ after date. I. .loan M. Smith, of Beaverdell, Ii. C.,. intend to apply to the superintendent of provincial police, F. S. Hussey. of Victoria, for renewal of a retail liquor licence for  the' Smith Hotel located at Beaverdell. B. C.   '  JOAN M. SMITH  Beaverdell. April 15th, 1910 ll-l  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.'ni., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. Wklby, Proprietor.  P.BROMLEY,  .  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  SING LEE  LAUNDRY  Work called for and delivered.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Keremeos, B.C.  For a Luxurious Shave,  Hair-Cut or Bath goto  BOOSTER'S  TONSORIAL    PARLOR  NOTICE  \T0TIC1C is hereby given that, thirty elays  1N afterdate, I. A. E. Moye.s. of Olalla, II. C.  intend to apply to the superintendent of Provincial Police. K. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for  renewal of a .retail liquor licence for the Olalla  hotel, located at Olalla. li. C.  Olalla. April 1 Ith. I'llO  A. K. MOVKS  U-I  NOTICE  "V" OTIC I*' is hereby given that, thirty elays  i> afterdate, I Hugh Campbell, of Ashiiola  B. C-'., intend to apply to the suporinteiHlont of  provincial polie:c, F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for  renewal e'f a retail liquor lle:i:tie:c for I he Ash;  nolii Hotel, Ioeateel in As.hnela,  HUGH CAAII'HELL.  Ashnola, April 15th. 1910 ll-l  - .   Horse-Shoeing- a Specialty  KEREN! EOS, - -  B. C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. K. Station  GEO.   KIRBY,   Manager.  fyKPJWWV&te^WV^^PMIfXVSttiMW&yKK  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  WKSTMOKLANI) Mineral Claim situate in  the' Osoyoos mining division of Vale District. Where loe-ated :Susap Creek, Similkameen.  rrAKK NOTICK tliat, 1. K. II. Parkinson Free  x Miner's Certilicatc Xo.. 1119-AS.S, intend,  sixty elays from date hereof, to apply to tho  Mining Kee;oi-der for a Certitie-atc of Improvements, fen- the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice: that action, under  section '17, must be e:ommeiie-ed before the: is-  sutnee of such Certificate of Improvements.  Hated this -29th day of March, A. I). 1910.  l*'-ll) 11. II. I'AUIvIN.SOX  1). Bi-althwiiite. Agent.  NOTICE  ATOTICI-: is  hereby givi-n that, thirty ihiys  after date, I, .1. S, Mclean, of I'ridoville-,  P.O., B. C, intend to apply to the superintendent of provincial police,- F. S: Ilussey, of Victoria, for renewal of a retail liquor licence for  the Iona Hotel, located at forks of Hock Crook.  JOHN' S. Me-LKAN.  Bridcville, 1'. 0.. April 15th 1310.       11 4  Box Trade in Cigars a specialty  A fine line of Cigars   and   '  Tobaccos, Fruit anil  Confectionery  POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION  A. J. SAUNDERS  Keremeos.  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR   HEATING  AND  KEREnEOS  MEAT   MARKET  n.C. McAULEY  Successor to  E. M. CROOKER  Formerly Geo. Cawston  ^���������|������^^"rt^^^^^"rt^,^^'^te'i'i^^^^iS^^'Alrl  Keremeos Trading 60.  .'Retail   and   Wholesale  of General Merchandise  nLWfiYS PLEASED TO SHOW GO0D5  G.   G.   KEELE  Keremeos, )3. C.  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  :-53S-:S-:  Orders   by Mtiil   will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  Keremeos Hardware  *3:-33S-:S-:S  Stoves and Ranges  Shelf & Heavy Hardware  Paints and Oils  E. M. CROOKER  Keremeos, B. C.  m

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