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Array V  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  ���������;>  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B.C., THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1910.  Number " il  :���������).  Dr. C A. JACKSON  DENTIST  US yoiii's' pi'iiclicc in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Murk: Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  K. C. BROWN  HARUISTKtt and SOLICITOR  NOT/VRV PUBLIC, Etc.  PRINCETON,  B. C.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  ltutc.3 Moderate.  A. Bakvks, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer, Kcal Estate, Mines,  Crown   Grunts   Applied   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.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office   at  HEDLEY,  B.  C.  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  HEDLEY BARBER SHOP  (Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  JHAIR   CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  KKCUIiAll monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge Xo. 13. A. F. & A. M.,  are held on the second   Friday in  jnoli month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  Ibi-othrcn are cordially invited to attend.  BRITISH ELECTIONS SOON  Believed  to   Come On  in  December or  January  JflS. GLflRKE  \AIextc- h rri et tce>r  HEDI_E*V, B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  London, Nov. 11.���������An early general  election being assured, the only question now agitating the country is as  to whether it will take place in December ������or .January. Herbert H. As-  quith, the prime minister who must  decide this question, thus far has kept  his own counsel He left town quietly  this afternoon and not even the members of his cabinet knew hit. destination until the newspapers announced  his arrival at Sandringhain, where  King George is iii residence. - The object of his visit is to acquaint his majesty, who like his father often confers with the cabinet ministers, of the  failure of the constitutional conference and1 to advise him of the course  the government intends to pursue.  .resign* oh dissolve .  It is believed that the cabinet has  decided not to carry on any further  work with parliament without such  guarantees as would insure success to  the government's policy. Ordinarily  the resolution on the veto power of  the house of lords, which passed the  house of commons at the last session  would be discussed in the.upper chamber and the government would await  rejection' before taking action. The  refusal of the' constitutional conference to accept the government's compromise makes discussion of the veto  resolution useless, in view of the Radicals and the opinion prevails that the  government either must resign or advise the dissolution of parliament.  TREE DISTRIBUTION  The   Demand for GovernmentjTrees Con-  tinnes to Increase  LOCAL GOLF  lw. J.  FORBES  W. M  H. D. BARNES,  Secretary  L. O. L.  Kogulai- monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1711 are held on  the third Monday in every  r'^affiS^S*1111"1111'" fraternity Hull. Visit"  |ing brethern are cordially invited to attend.  JOHN .IAM1KSON", W. M.  F. DOLLKMOIIK. See't.  Rolls has won the golf ladder top  from, Hincks at last and now  has on  his hands the responsibility of defending the title which Hincks successfully  defended so often, for this was about  the fifth time they have played for the  honor of the ladder top, and in the  various    contests    some    sensational  finishes  were  made.    The  last game  took place on Saturday evening  and  while both of them  have made lower  scores over the course than  on this  occasion   yet  the play   of both was  steady and represented good golf.    It  was Rolls' day on and with the exception of the first hole -of the first round  which Hincks won  Rolls  was  never-  down a hole again until the 14th when  Hincks forged'ahead with one hole up  and on the 17th hole Rolls regained  the lost hole and made it all   square.  It therefore depended on the winning  of ���������'Primrose Way" and  in the playing  "through the green*' Hincks had  rather the best of it for he was well on  to the edge of the bank above the putting green for four and Rolls' fourth  landed  him in  the little rocky gulch  hazard to the right.   A penalty stroke  was lost for him  to  secure playable  position  and his sixth, a high  lofter  out of the hazard, cleared a space of  some 55 yards and lit on   the putting  green  where a couple of putt shots  holed  in   and   the   match   was  won.  Hincks,  over canny  to  avoid   going  over the  precipice, approached  short  twice and some more bad luck on the  putting green lost him the hole.     It is  just such sensational   finishes as this  which    makes   golf   the   fascinating  game it is.  Notwithstanding the lateness of the  season the links during the past fortnight have been in prime condition for  play, and barring a little tingling of  the hands from cold in tbe early morning and in the evening the conditions  for enjoyable play have been ideal.  The work of free tree distribution to  homesteaders on the prairies inaugui-  ated in 1910 by the Forestry branch of  the Department of the Interior'has  made steady growth, and by the 1909  report of the Superintendent of Forestry (included in the annual report of  the Department of the Interior, lately  issued is shown to be still on the in-  evea.se.  For some years past the number of  trees distributed each spring has been  in the neighborhood of two and a half  millions. The nursery station at Indian Head, Sask., has reached almost  its capacity, and if the distribution i.s  to be enlarged the nursery capacity  must be correspondingly increased.  In tlie spring of 1909, 2.570.000 trees  ��������� were sent to 1,010 applicants. In the  spring of 1910 about the same number  of trees was sent to 3,173 applicants.  The increase in the number of applicants is also strikingly shown by  the fact that in 1908 the average number sent to each applicant was 1.400  while in 1910 the number has had to  be reduced to 800. The number of trees  distributed remained practically the  same. The number who received trees  however, increased from 1,424 in 1908  to 3,173 in 1910. In 1909, too, the number of new applications for trees was  2,235, in 1910 this number had increased to 3,832,  Farmers are  urged to   grow   their  own maple and ash trees from seed.  Caution must,  however, be   exercised  as to where this seed comes from, and  if possible,  native seed procured.    In  the  summer of 190S  many Manitoba  maples were found to have been killed  back, either wholly or   partially, during the. proceeding winter,   These had  been raised from seed   obtained from  Dakota, and to this fact their inability  to resist the weather seems due.    The  forestry Branch  has previously  had  similar experiences with seed obtained  from   Minnesota  and  from   Eastern  Canada.     Failure  of the local supply  of seed,  however,  occasionally makes  it necessary to resort to imported seed.  Further interesting particulars regarding this work are given in the report above mentioned, which is to be  had free on application to R.H. Campbell,     Superintendent,   of    Forestry,  Ottawa.  DEMOCRATS WIN  But Republicans  Maintain   Control   of  Senate  New York. Nov. 11.���������The political  upheaval was followed by a general  survey nf the field, which disclosed in  gieater detail and precision just what  had been accomplished.  Lates-t calculations on the national  House of Representatives, based on  complete, but unofficial return.'-, show  the Democrats will have a safe, working majority of thirty.  The outcome of the United States  Senate is now definitely settled. The  Republicans are assured of seventeen  new Senators, which, with thirty-four  holdover Senators, gives them a total  of fifty-one. The Democrats are assured of fifteen new Senators, which,  with twenty-five holdovers, gives them  a total of forty. One Senatorship is  still in doubt���������the successor of Mr.  Carter-, in Montana, where there is a,  prospect of a tie.  CANADA AN ALLY  Bourassa   Defends    Policy���������Willing   to  Have Navy if Majority of People  Say So  IS GETTING BASHFUL  Sir Wilfrid Laurier Disinclined to Take  Part in Next Year's Imperial  Conference  Leeds, Eng., Nov. 9.���������A prominent  Canadian journalist has informed the  Yorkshire Post that Sir Wilfrid Laurier is disinclined to come to tbe next  Imperial conference. He is getting on  in years, and during the last conference, he was worried by politicians on  both sides with requests to speak;  these made him very uncomfortable.  Again, the political situation in Canada is developiug in a way which calls  for the premier's continued presence  there. ,  TRANS-CANADIAN ROAD  Hon. Thomas Taylor Requests Alberta,  Manitoba and Saskatchewan  To Aid Project  TO MINE OWNERS  a. e. sTi'ni)  UAUOU)  MAVXK DA1.V  Members Vancouver Slock Kxehango  f^eal Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W  Opposite Now Post Olllce  I'. O. I10X fllHi  I/ancouver, = - B. C.  Stocks mines  Herbert B. Brown  Broker  MEMHER VANCOUVER  MINING EXCHANGE  ���������148 Pender St. W. Vancouver.  Write me about your claims  R. H. EOGEKS,  M.A., B.O.h.  E A KRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  Editor Hedley Gazette  Dear Sir;���������Will you be good enough  to make public, for the information of  those interested in mining in your district,   that   I shall  be glad  to receive  particulars of progress made -during  1910 at all district mining, proper-ties.  The information  desired is  that relative to development work done during  the year, plant and machinery put in,  ore production  made (if any),  surface  improvements    made,   transportation  facilities provided, and all other particulars  indicating progress during the  year.      Information concerning localities that give promise of having mines  after development   shall   have   been  done, will also be welcome.  It will not  be  practicable  for  me to visit all the  mining districts before preparing tho  general reviews and summaries I have  undertaken to supply,  so districts can  only have   notice in proportion  to the  information received. My reviews will  be given wide publicity, arrangements  for this having already been made, so  Victoria, Nov. 10.���������Hon. Thomas  Taylor, provincial works minster, has  addressed -Premier Sifton, of Alberta;  Premier Scott, of Saskatchewan and  Hon. Mr. Rodgers, of Manitoba, each  of whom administers the department  of works in his respective cabinet, soliciting their co-operation in the continuation of a trans-Canadian trunk  road and automobile highway, of  which the British Columbia through  trunk road will form an important  and picturesque portion.  FOUND DEAD  On Monday evening Mike Costello  and Leonard Bradshaw went down to  Fifteen-mile and on entering the old  hotel they found the door blocked up  on the inside with wood placed against  it and old .Toe Raines, better known  around town as "Cottonwood Joe,"  dead in an armchair.  The old man had been down there  cutting wood and was stopping alone  in the house. He was a. hard drinker-  anil quite old, and hence there is no  reason to believe that there could have  been anything in the nature of foul  play. There was a report that when  found his knees were tied about with  a strip of blanket, but the impression  of those who saw him afterwards was  that he had been in bed when a heart  .spasm had siezed him and this bit of  bedding clung to him when be had  just sufficient strength to reach the  armchair.  On discovery the word was brought  back to Hedley when constable Sproule-  Montreal, Nov. 14.���������"What's your  attitude towards the British connection,'',the Toronto Telegram asked the  above question in the course of a long  talk with Henri, Bourassa. the Nationalist, the man of the hour.    Mr. Bom-  1  assa'answered quite promptly: "It is"  said he "that I want to keep it standing as long as possible. In my mind  the only way is to leave the old principle of autonomy to develop itself from  the political, fiscal and military standpoints.  FALSE PATRIOTISM  "If we try to bring it closer an J : .  create a false and artificial patriotism,  to cause Canada to make greater sacrifices fin- other- parts of the empire  than for this, then it will serve to  hasten what has been called the drifting apart.  INDEPENDENCE  COMING  'T may say frankly thatl consider  independence the natural destiny of  Canada, but I would prefer to maintain the partnership as long as possible, and if Canada, does become independent 1 believe she should always  remain an ally of Great Britain in  peace and in war-.  Henri Bourassa, in short, stands for  Canada first and then the British connection. He describes Nationalism as  a,.movement' for creating a national  feeling, but not for fostering separation.  MISREPRESENTED IN ONTARIO  He declared that he had been sys-  toniatically misrepresented in Ontario  as to the navy. This i.s his position:  "I think the government scheme is  satisfactory to none, and I am not  surprised that it is attacked not only  by us, but by strong imperialists.  "It is as Mr. Fielding said, a Canadian navy in time of peace and an imperial navy in time of war. I don't  think we should take any new obligations towards the empire without  knowing what rights it would confer  on Canada. This is what I have said  in Drummond and Arthabaska and  elsewhere.  RUINOUS TO CANADA  "We say the people of Canada should"  be fully informed of the nature and  consequences of the imperialistic movement and if a majority are for it, we  will be the first to submit. We think  it would be ruinous to Canada and  British interests and claim the right  to do so. It will hurt Great Britain  by providing causes of disagreement."  RAILWAY DEAL RUMORED  I hope to receive from mining men in \ and coroner  Dr. MeEwen   went down  your district the information requisite   and on  seeing the  place decided that  ADVERTISE    IN   THE   GAZETTE  to allow of its being given due prominence.  Conimunicalions should be addressed to me at Post Office, Nelson, B. C,  and to be of most service should reach  me, if possible, before the last day of  November, but even if later 1 shall I liable to use them in smaller measure, j  Most of my "copy", will have to be  ready for the printer, though, by the  of the first week in December.  Thanking you in advance for your  kind co-operation, I am,  Yours truly.  K.  .lACDISS  Victoria, November 7th, 1910.  an inquest was unnecessary.  TARIFF NEGOTIATORS  Leave    For    Home���������Only   Appendicitis  Threatens.  Ottawa. Nov. 11���������Henry Hoyt and  Charles M. Pepper. American tariff  negotiators, leave for Washington tomorrow morning. Mr. Hoyt has been  indisposed for a couple of days and it  was feared that lie was threatened  with an attack of appendicitis. He is  better tonight, however, and will be  able to leave for home tomorrow.  C. N. R.   Said to Have  Bought V. V. &  E. Line to Cloverdale  New Westminster, Nov. l^. ��������� A rumor i.s in circulation in this city to the  effect that the Canadian Northern  Railway Company has brought from  the V. V, & E., its line to Cloverdale.  It has been the general impression  for some time that, the Canadian  Northern Railway intends to take  over the V. V. & E. from New Westminster- to Abbotsford, and also tbe  line under construction to Chilliwack.  Work on the line east of Abbotsford  has been stopped by the Great Northern, giving further- grounds for the  rumor.  REPUBLIC RECOGNIZED  British and Other Ministers at Lisbon Resume Diplomatic Relations with  Portugal  Lisbon, Nov. 10���������The British, French  Spanish and Italian ministers called  on the foreign office, yesterday afternoon and announced that they were  authorized to resume negotiations  with the Portugese government in.  current affairs. THE   HEDLEY    GAZETTE,  NOV 17.   1910.  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  iety   type     common   sense  pass at a premium.  ceases  ,      ,    ,. ,., i     Cainse'ir.s' report .mi   C'-iiup   Hedley  ssued on Thursdays, liv the HliOI.KV (rA'/.KTTK ' l '       -,    .  PioxTivfi an-I) I'i'iii isiiiNc Coji/*ax v.        ! nrcompanied   with   i-xphm-itorv- lopo-  Limitkii.   at Hodlov.   H. C. . . ���������' '  .'graphical map  and structure, sections  c   ,       ...        ���������     ������^     ' ;has  been   i>sued   from   Otta.wn   under  Subscnptions in Advance ,  Per Year  .....  ���������"���������-'.(io   the a id. hority' of  the  Department of  ������������������ '     "   (United Statcsl,   Advertising Rates  Measurement. l'J lines to the ineli.  Land Notices���������Certilleates of improvement, etc.  $7.00 for (Kl-day notiees. and $5.00. foi-SO-dny  notices.  Contract Advertisements���������One ineli per month  ?1.'J.*������: over 1 inch and up to I inches. SI.CO  per inch pernionth. To constant advertise is  taking larger space than four inches. On  application, rates will bo given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time. -  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, ������1.00 for one insertion, -.'5 cents for  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch.  Ill cents per lino for lirst insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Trarsiont* payable in advance.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the oltico by noon, on Tuesday to secure  attention for that, week's issue.  Advertisements will bo changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftener than once a month  he   price'of composition  will be charged at  regular rates. o  A. MEG'RAW, Managing Editor.  ��������������������������� '���������r'<> j Mines. It is far. more complete than  anything expected and is altogether a.  most exhaustive treatise on the geology and icsourres of the cinnp. Mr.  Camsell has our heartiest congratulations. More, extended notice in review of contents   will appear- later.  74 Years in Businesi  Full Moon  l(i  New Moon  "  -1 .  Last quar.  ���������ili  ��������� ^m^~*^__? _~^*4  First quar.  !l.  1910  NOV  1910  Sun.  Mon.  Tiles. Wed.  Thu  . Fri. Sat.  ���������1      -2  3  4       5  0  7  8       9  .1.0  11      12  1;5  1.4  15     10  17  IS     19  :   20  21  22     23  24  25     26  27  2S  29    30  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ������������������*��������� -ft- ���������:;- * >  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  . Everything New and  first-Class  Bar supplied with, the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  More , expert thinking-  lias gone into tlie making  of the Monarch than any  typewriter sold. That is  why it denial ids little or  no thought from the owner or the user. That is  why it is the typewriter  your best stenographer  deserves and your poorest  .stenographer needs.  The Monarch Typewriter  .Ltd.  98 King Street West, Toronto.  A. MEGRAW, local Agent  TPal-cing: Care  of Money  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  , , is our business. Your account is welcone whether it  is large or small. A Savings  Account can  be opened'with $1.00 and  added to at your  convenience. -'.-���������'���������- o  You will be surprised to see how,the balance mounts  up when interest is comdounded.  Hedley Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  1*  RISKING NOT  SAVING  An    extra ordinary   action   on    the  part of the Hu mane Society  of Canada was that in which they refused the  society's medal  to the Indian  Johnny  .Baker  who sav.ed   the  lives  of  three  Vancouver girls from drowning in the  narrows of'Bun 11 rd Inlet.    Their reason for refusal   was that he had  used a  canoe in the rescue  instead  of swimming in after them  and  running the  risk of being able to save  perhaps not  more than one  of the  three   with  a  possibility of losing his own life  without effecting even  the rescue of any  one of them.    By this action on their  part the society practically proclaim  to the public  that  they  prefer harebrained foolhardiness to a sane wholesome desire to  save human life.     The  Indian   in   this  case  had  presence of  mind and sufficient sense to recognize  the fact that  the safer plan  for him  to dopt was to use the  means of. life  saving with which he was  most familiar   and   which   offered   the   surest  hope of success.    In  fact his conduct  should make  him  more deserying of  recognition than if by a piece of arrant foolhardiness he  had abandoned  his canoe and attempted  the res-cue  without it.     The feat, of  handling  a  canoe in such a place  and  for such  a  purpose   was  in itself so difficult and  dangerous that nieinhers of the recklessly  bloodthirsty Humane   Society  should be ashamed of the  position   in  which this acton  of their officials  has  placed   them   in   slighting    his   brave  deed, for that  is  practically   what it  amounts to.    A few years ago we had  a sample of what the Humane Society  ate disposed   to  applaud   in   the  accident which occurred  at Ottawa when  a   daughter   of   Minister    Blair    was  drowned   while out on  the river skating.    Her escort, a young man named  Harper, with more foolhardiiiess than  common   sense  and giving no heed to  ways or means of  rescue    jumped   in  alter    a nil   was  drowned  along   with  her.    A great fuss was made over him  and a monument erected in his honor  in tin* City'of Ottawa and  as  long as  it   lasts  it will   be  a monument to his  lack of power  to act sanely in   emergency.    Compare his fate with the feat  of plain   Johnny r,.-!1'-r   (Indian)   and  i'' lV,e 1;.tier is. n./L  more deserving of  h monument, then i    'Jie eyes of silly  sentimentalists   of  '.'..<>���������  Humane Soc-  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  H. ZIBLER  PALACE,  Livery, Feed & Sale  tables  HEDLEY   11. O.  II A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    "[ Orders for- Teaming   ,  promptly attended to.  Repairs'  neatly and  Promptly  Executed  Office of Dominion Express Company,  ���������W-0 O D   F O R   S ALE!  Phon    II.    --INNI.S BROS. Proprietors. '  Tlie LoiitlOii Director!!  (Published Annually)  Enables traders throughout the world  to communicate direct  with English  &   DEALERS  Besides lieing  Charges Moderate;  Shop on Irene St.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OK YALK  'TAKE-NOT ICE that .John Riditcr of Kerc-  *���������       meos.   occupation,  Earnicr. intends  to  apply for permission topurcha.se the following  described lands  Commencing ntapost planted at the S. E.  corner of Lot 303, Group 1. Osoyoos, thenee 80  chains cast, thence 10 chains south, thence 80  west, thence 10 chains north to point of commencement, containing 320 acres in Tp. 55.  JOHN RICHTER  October 21th, 1910.  MANUFACTURERS  in each class of goods  a complete commercial guide to Loudon and its suburbs, the directory contains lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with the Goods they ship, and the  Colonial and Foreign Markets they  supply;  STEAMSHIP   LINES  arranged  under the  Ports  to  which  they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading manufacturers,- merchants,  etc., in the principal provincial towns  and industrial centres of the United  Kingdom.  A copy of the current addition will  be forwarded , freight paid, on receipt  of Postal Order for 20s.  Dealers seeking Agencies can adver-  their trade- cards for ������1, or larger advertisements from ������3.  We may be able to still further, improve Victor Records���������though  we hardly know, where. v  They; arc now. absolutely uniform in tone and quality, wherever  you buy them���������so smooth you; can scarcely hear the needle���������-more  durable than ever���������and double faced���������two records for the one price.  NEW DOUBLE SIDED BECORD������5-80c. for the two.  Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record. y.  Write for catalogue of over 3,000 Records and watch  the papers for list of new ones every month.  Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited  Montreal. ^  Agents Wanted Everywhere.  $&$$>$  For Sale by  LOUIS  C.RQLLS 8c  GO,  HedleyB.C.  No F^reigfht - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAXD DISTRICT  DlSTKICT Oh' YALK  TAKK NOTICE that I, J. E. Anderson, of  Hedley. occupation mill-man, intends to  apply for permission to purchase t-Iio following  des'cribed lauds:���������  Commencing at a post planted about three-  fourths of a mile west of ChiirlowiNolson's preemption on Sterling Creek; tlicnee oast A)  chains; thence south "20 chains; thriiice west rid  chains; thence north-JO chains to tho point of  commencement and containing forty acres  more or less.  .1. K. ANDERSON  .September'Ji. l!)lii *������M0  NOTICE TO DEBTORS  A LL PARTIES owing butchei- bills to either  -"V A. .1. King & Co. or to George Cawston  arc hereby notified their accounts are payable  to the undersigned to whom all the book debts  have been assigned by George Cawston.  A speedy settlement of these accounts is requested.  Hedley Nov. 4th, 1010  ���������14-1 A. ,7. KING  Tlie London Directory 60. Ltd.  25, Abchurch     I sum. London. E. C.  Western. Distributors  DYKE, EVANS <& CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver.  I - A  I The  Halcyon  Sanitarium I  ANALYSIS OF WATER  V  8 Chlorine.  S.14  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  Distiuct or Yai.u.  'PAKE notice that K. L. Steves, of Koek  J- Crook. District, of Yale. B. ('.intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described land :--  Commencing at a post planted at the east  side of the Kettle Kivcropposito the north east  corner of Lot .'lift:', marked "l<". L. Steves, north  east corner post"; thence -J!l chains; east; thence  (JO chains south; thence 31 chains, more or less,  west to river boundary; containing 1-JO acres,  more or less,  E. L. STKV'ES  Koek Creek, B. C. Aug. ���������_'."* th, l!W������ 31-lfl  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK.  Vol. VIIL issued May. 190!), contains l;VXl  pages, -with nearly 50 per cent, more matter  than the preceding edition. 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A  course of baths at Halcyon will cure ner- "S *a  vous and muscular diseases and eliminate X '|  rhucnmtisni and metallic poisons from the  systrrn. Tho water heals liver, kidney,  and stomach complaints. The rates are ������2  a day up; or ������12 weekly up. Postoflicc, express and telegraph offices in connection.  S William Boyd, Proprietor        -       Halcyon, B. C. |  2 S  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.    Comprising ico Acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in British Columbia.    All sir -k winter- t|  ed in our cellars and no daniger of buting winter killed trees.  Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Orchards.  THE  5 Canadian Apple Grower's Guide f  ��������� By Linus Wolverton, M. A.  t  A Complete  Guide to   the Planting    Culture, Harvesting and Marketing of Apples.  Cloth, Large Quarto. Beautifull Illustrated, $2.00. by Mail .$2.25  For Sale by all Booksellers  WILLIAM BRJGGS  29-3? Richmond Street West  Toronto, Canada.    ������$ rHBHEDLEY GAZETTE, NOV 1.7, 1910.  Town and District.  P. S. Stevens, 'of the'Eastern Town'  ships  Bank 'staff at Princeton   was a,  visitor in Hedley over Sunday.  Why is it they are steadily coining  to the front-' Good clear Hav-uia  throughout, makes Estinio cigars  good.  , - Mrs. .1. .1. Armstrong, of Kereineos,  and her daughter, Mrs, Oariniohnel,  of Princeton, were in town on Monday, having brought up baby Car-  niichael for treatment at the hospital.  The annual ball in aid of the Medley  Hospital fund will take place on January 20th. This date should be. kept in  mind. It has been suggested that the  ball be merely a plain dress ball and  perhaps there may be a masquerade  ball later on in the winter.  A largeshipmentof Christmas goods  toys etc.  reached  Hedley last week,  for Uolls & Co.    Santa Clans will sure  find things leady for him this year.  ���������   Robt.  Stephenson has been making  Satisfactory recovery and is   corning  out of the hospital  this  week.   The  ���������    .carbuncle which laid him temporarily  y on the shelf was a stin" ordeal for one  at his years, but it i.s hard  to kill  an  .   old Cariboo veteran.  Burns Bowerman and Hugo Boeins/  were out deer hunting on Sunday and  secured one up on the mountain near  Oeorge Cahill's place. They are rather  scarco this year and very few have  been killed.  Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cooper, of  Keremeos, and baby daughter are  spending a few days with Dr. and Mrs.  rMcEwen. Mr, Cooper is one of the  budding orchardists of Kereineos who  have planted out fruit lots and otherwise improved their holdings, His  trees have done particularly well and  in a few years more will give him nice  return for the money and labor spent  on thcrn.  Geo. E. Massie, tailor, came over  from Grand Forks last week. Tho man  he left in charge of his shop in Hedley  had deserted his post. It was another  case of "the deil among the tailors;"  and booze was the medium by which  "the muckle auld deil" wrought his  confusion. A more abstemious knight  of the goose is the kind of employee  Mr. Massie is now on the lookout for.  Duncan Woods arrived in town yesterday after an absence of .'.about a  year in eastern Canada. He is looking  sleek and fat and has apparently enjoyed the trip. He says eastern Canada is enjoying a period.of great prosperity and especially is this so in the  case of Quebec. The development of  electric power in that province is one  of the main things contributing to the  general prosperity. He was in Quebec  during the recent by-election and says  the real import of the vote in Druni-  mond-Arthabiisca is Quebec's unqualified opposition to anything in the  shape of militarism for Canada.  Coast dailies were supplied with a  news item from Penticton regarding  the first snowfall in the district which  according to report has been somewhat heavy between the upper portion of Kereineos Creek and the Okanagan valley, but it was rather inaccurate in including Hedley in the area  coveted with the beautiful. As a  matter of fact all the snow we had  here was only a few flakes flying in  the air and melting as soon as they  touched the ground there being nothing to show on the ground. So far as  Keremeos is concerned it is not likely  that there was much more than we  had in Hedley.  Working on the principle that an  ounce of prevention 'is worth a pound  of cure the water pipes are being inspected and precautions being taken  to prevent freezing. Unfortunately  when the water pipes were first laid  down they were not laid to grade but  followed the contour of the ground up  and down hill, along the centre of the  street and when the street has since  been graded the pipe on the higher  jxiints of ground is brought too near  the surface. In a few such places the  pipe is being lowered to a safe distance  which is a precaution that will pay in  the long run.  Mr.   I. L.  Merrill,  president of the  G-.'L.' Coles, general agent for the  Mutual Life of Canada, was in town  this week in the interest of that concern and reports'���������'��������� the Mutual Life  company as taking a..-, .greater,hold, on  the insuring j'uhlic'.year by year. This  is due to the fact that the public are  heconiing more alive, to the importance of being in-a. company where all  the profits' go to the policy-holders and  there are no stock-holders to absorb  ���������my of them; and it is wholly because  to this that the Mutual which began  business in 1870 with a total income of  only $1,955.52 and assets of $(>.2]6.aS  had at tbe end of 1909 a total income  of,$2,7-l9,817.ll and assets of $14,518,-  4-11.01.  On Saturday evening the new generator in the power house was given a  i rial- .-.|iii] and   turned  over  for a, few  limn  l  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  EY=  WATCH IT GROW  iiec  - in-fore   tbe full  installation h.-id  comp'cted.     Contrary to expec  tation ii. was the new Goldie <fc McCuI-  loch engine which gave it the first  whirl and. they formed a. graceful  partnership. When the full installation has been completed and everything connected up for keeps, with the  exciter attached, the machine will be  run' light fbr two or three days for  di ying out purposes before it is given  its full load and after that it will have  a heavy load to carry through, day in  and dav out,- for all the machinery of  the mill will be electrically propelled  as well as electric railway up at the  mine. The steam connections were  made before the water pipe was connected up and that was why the generator was first propelled'by steam.  Rev. Mr.  Cameron arrived   in town  on Friday last from his trip  to  the  Apple   show   in  . Vancouver   and   is  (metaphorically speaking) full of apples.     The show, he says, was most  impressive and highly educative.    He  thinks Keremeos will do better at subsequent fairs than-they have done this  time although he thinks  that much  has" been accomplished for the district  by the. effort" put forth  by Similkameen fruit growers.   It always takes  some time to learn. what' points, are  necessary- to  be attended' to ��������� and -..in  another year they will be better prepared to see that all the" points which  were this year overlooked will be fully  up. to  the; mark  next time.     While  away he spent a few days in the noted  fruit    district    of     Wenatchee    and  brought  back   with   him   some   fine  specimens    of  their   apples,   among  which was: the,black Ben Davis, which  as a variety seems  to be very much in  advance of the old Ben Davis.  At the meeting of the directors  of  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWINSITE COMPAPY, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager - HEDLEY, B.C.  METEOROLOGICAL.  Hedley Gold Mining Co. came in on  Tuesday to make a visit of inspection  to the mine and works. He and Mrs.  Merrill spent most of the .summer on  the coast of Maine but have been back  at their home in Los Angeles for the  past month or two. Had it not been  for the delays on the part of manufacturers in getting forward machinery  he would now be able to see all of the  new equipment at work, but as some  of the electric motor's required for  machines in the mill, are not yet to  hand, it will be a fortnight or more  before all of the new equipment is in  operation.  the Hedley Hospital on Monday night  the matter of members came up and  there was a generally,expressed desire  to have a larger and more active membership.     Afact which seems to have  been lost sight of during the hybernn-  tirig  spell which  the hospital passed  through   was   that   the   constitution  called foi'an annual payment of $10 to  constitute bona fide membership.    Of  course many have  been-giving-more  than that in an indirect   way but not  So as.to constitute membership and it  has been suggested that the by-law be  amended so as to reduce .the'membership fee  to $5.00 and -make  an active  canvass  to have all residents  become  members of the Hospital Society. The  smaller fee of $5.00 then need not preclude additional indirect contributions,  At present there are very few who  have complied with the requirements  and as a result there are very  few  genuine members. .   -  King Kennedy, the old reliable show  man, is to he. in Hedley on November  29th with an entire new lot of moving  pictures and his conjuring tricks which  he loves so dearly and couldn't be persuaded to dispense with.    King Kennedy  was the  old stand-by  who used  to come  in regularly once a year and  give us a show when no other entertainer- would look near us, and Hedley  will doubtless give hi in a good house  as we  have always done.    Moreover,  he announces  this year for  the first  time that this may be his last appearance  in  Hedley.'     Jenny Lind,  P. T.  Barnuni.  Patfi and  many other celebrities    announced   last   appearances  many times before they actually quit  the  footlights  and   if we are to infer  tliat King Kennedy will follow their  example Ave may expect his annual appearances  for  ten  years  more at the  most, but of course   he may prove the  exception in this respect.     He has cut  out   all    the   prize-fighting   features  which last year for the  first.time had  a place among his pictures and marred  his entertainment.    The general character of his  moving pictures  in  the  past has been that they are both amusing and   instructive and doubtless it  will be the same this year.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Nov. 12, 1910 :  AT THE MINE.  Maximum Minimum  Nov   0           .           40 15  7 39        .. 25  8 .. 32 25  9 .. 31 22  10 .. iU       .. 13  11 .. 30       .. 10  12 .. 38       .. 17  Average maximum temperature 34.85  Average, minimum do        19.  Mean temperature 26.92  Rainfall for the week   0.00 inches.  Snowfall       "       "        4.0  CORKKSTOiVDIKG WEEK OF1 LAST YEAlt  Highest maximum temperature .���������  Average maximum do ���������.  Lowest minimum do ���������.  Average minimum do ���������:  Mean do ���������.  AT THE MILL.  Maximum Minimum  Nov   6         ..         50         .. 30  7 .. 50 . . 20  8 .. 42 .. 30.  9 .. 55 .. 31  10 .. 52 .. 28  11 . 48 ..28  '���������." .'.:12y". .",'. :, . 47 _   26..  Average maximum temperature 49.14  Average minimum do 32.71  Mean do 40.92  Rainfall for the week .17    inches  COIUtESPONDrNG WEEK OK LAST YEAK  Highest maxim am temperature 49  Average do do 40.28  Lowest minimum do 11  Average do do 27.71  Mean do 33.39  ������m������W!������?iMt������s������i������?ii������?������6������*������������W6������w?������m������W������WWW  GOOD PRINTING     f   ;     3  Such as You should use when you want |  to make an impression  on  customers. $  i  X  x  Is Only Obtained  By using modern type faces on good stock  The  Gazette  Job   Department  is prepared to turn it out for you  J,    Patronize the;- Home Shop  5 "Von lA/ant Home Tirade.  *' ������������������ ''   ���������"*  S     Every   House-keeper  Prides  herself on   the   s  S Goodness of her J  CHRISTMAS  CAKE     I  Try  ���������mm\vm-~-*iaS%.  She prefers to pay a few cents more for the best  Raisins, Currents, Peels & Nuts than to take a chance  buying the cheapest.  Our store has gained an enviable reputation for  selling the best goods and will never sacrifice quality  for paice especially in driedfruits.  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  NOTICE  Valencia,Raisins, Cleaned Currants, California Seeded Raisins, Sultanas.  Best Imported Peels, Whole and Cut Mixed in Tins.  Shelled  Walnuts and Almonds, Largest   Layer  Best California Figs, Stuffed Dates, Bulk Dates.  1  |  I  at  i  Figs,  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DlSTKICT.  District op Yale.  TAKE notice tlmb I, Mai-cus ILL. Jacombs  ���������*���������        of  Hedley,   occupation   amalgamator,  intends to apply for permission to purchase tho  following1 described lands���������  Commencing' at a post planted about 30  chains from the west fork of Sterling Creek on  its north side and about half a mile above the  forks of same; thence south 20 chains; tlienco  cast 20 chains: thence north 20 chains: thence  west 20 chains; to point of commencement.  JIaiicus IT. L. Jacomiis  October Utli. 1!)10 11-10  J. A. SCHUBERT, hedley.  M^*^att������?tt^"������ra^^raraa4fefcM^M^^rara^ta-ftiife?i a������"������-������^-������-j������j������?������}  STOVES  Don't You Want a New Coal  Heater or Steel Range  40 Great Tears  And 1909 Best of All  AVith over Eight Millions of now  business written in Canada  alone in 1009.  Began business in 1S70 with assets $6,21.(1, unci now the assets  ���������1.1-0 over $1-1,000,000.  Canada's Big Popular Company  Chosen alike by rich and poor.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. flEdRAW, Local Agent.  We  have a  Large Assortment at prices from  ������ $7-50 up,  and you  will save money by buying  .SUBSCRIBE FOll THE   GAZETTE  ���������  from us  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Shatfords, Ltd.*  ���������  ���������  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE!  ~-m THE   HEDLEY  GAZETTE,  NOV   17,   1910.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen-"-Famed for Fruit Growing  Tovm and Lower Valley.  E. M. Crooker has moved in his new  residence on Tenth avenue.  Mr. and .'Mrs. Geo.   \V.  Cooper  spending    a  week    in     Hedley    and  Princeton.  j It is understood here that the owners  ��������� of the tungsten claims on the Washing-  i'l'pn .side of the International boundary  J line  south of  the. Ashnola are asking  C  King Kennedy, conjuror, ventrilo-  auist and moving picture, artist is billed for Ricbter's Hull   on the 28th inst.  Rev. Mr. Cameron will conduct service in Kereineos at 11 n. in. and in  Hedley  at 7.30 p. in. on 'Sunday next.  Mr. Hargraves and sons came down  from their ".pre-emptions  lip the Ash-  ��������� nolu last week aiid have gone to Penticton to spend the winter.  Mrs. Scott and daughter Irene and  Mr. T. S. Drennon and family left on  Wednesday for Vancouver where they  will take up their residence.  For Sale at a- bargain���������One single  buggy, One set single harness (nearly  new) one Saddle, ane New horse blanket and one bridle���������$75 cash is the  price. Inquire of W. D. Lawson.  Miss Mildred Kirby has entered the  lists of competitors in the Saturday  Sunset's voting competition and is out  to win some one of the many handsome prizes offered.  Mrs. Flynn who has been the guest  of her sister-in-law, Mrs. George B.  Clarke, for the past month, left orr  Monday for her old home at Heath-  cote, Ontario, where she will visit  friends and relatives.  By means of a liberal government  grant a furnace:>vill shortly be installed in our public school building. An  effort was made.tp heat the rooms by  means of stoves last winter but proved very unsatisfactory.  of the Methodist  a social evening,  combined with a sale of work in the  town hall on AVednesday evening 23rd  inst. A programme will be rendered  and refreshments served.  .uv j the co-operation of tlie B. V. govern  I inent towards the immediate construction of a wagon road up the Ashnola  to their property with a. view to installing a, reduction plant near ��������� the  forks of the river and beginning active  ruining operations at an early date.  It appears that the claims are unapproachable from the United States  side and that the Ashnola canvoncis  the only feasible means of entrance.  The owners of the claims are said to  be willing to construct the portion of  the road above the forks if the government will build tbe lower. We trust  that reports are correct and the company mean business as the establishment of such reduction works on this  side would mean much to this district.  As far as the road is concerned there  should be no. difficulty- as government  engineers have already surveyed the  route for such a road and there is no  reason why immediate construction  .should not follow if circumstances,, demand it.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public y  CONYISYAXCINCi, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  FIRE INSURANCE'..  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE        -~      KEREMEOS, B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  Kercmeos-Penticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon. !  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon. .'."'''"  W. E. Welby. Proprietor.  Everyone Admits that  FIVE  ROSES FLOUR  is the Best in Canada  l?^l?^**������^^^*^^^^^ni?*MWMWm������M������^  He Played The Position  Mrs,   Neigiiijor��������� "They   tell    me  me your son is in the college  football  eleven."  Mrs. Malapuop���������"Yes, indeed."  Mrs.   Neighbor���������"Do   voir   know  what position he plays ?"  Mrs. Malaprop���������"Aint sure, but I  think he's one of the drawbacks.''  KEREHEOS  MEAT   MARKET  The Ladies Aid  church    will   give  U,:C CURES INSANITY.  rass Band Shown to  Have Amazing  Curative Powers.  ��������� A ������������������ striking experiment in the-treat-  >vent o- feeble-minded patieiit.s im-  !���������:;��������� the care of the Metropolitan .-'*sy-  ���������*.ms Board, at their home at vVit-  'fin. Essex, has demonstrated the  'eerative*' effect of music.  At  the   Witham  Home,  the  Metro-  O. H. Carie left on Monday to attend the Spokane apple show. Much  valuable information is to be gained  at these huge fairs and no doubt O. H.  will get some pointers which will be  of service to him in his business of  fruit dealer.  Mrs. J. .1. Armstrong and Mrs. R.H.  Carmichael were in Hedley between  trains on Monday. The latter had  taken her infant daughter up for  medical treatment and on the doctor's  advice left her in the hospital for  treatment, the little one having contracted cholera infantum.  Notwithstanding anything that may  be said to the contrary the Keremeos  exhibit ot fruit at the National Apple  show was a complete success. Considering the very limited quantity of  fruit from which the selection had to  be'made the number of prizes secured  was most creditable, while from an  advertising standpoint our district exhibit excelled all others. To Mr. W.  H. Armstrong, who spent so liberally  his time and money in this connection  i.s due a vote of thanks from the entire  valley.  R. J. Armstrong of the lower valley-  was slightly injured in a railway  wreck which occurred on the main line  of the Great Northern a short distance  east of Spokane early last week. Mr.  Armstrong bad a large shipment of  sheep which he was bringing from  Montana on the regular- west bound  freight when it collided with an east  bound apple special rounding a sharp  curve. As stated .Toe's injuries were  very slight and the sheep which are to  stock his ranch near Chopaka escaped  without any damage.  L. A. Clarke and his gang of workmen, who have been engaged in making the new road out of Penticton,  have made such good progress that  the new thoroughfare is now ready.  Some finishing touches will have to  wait over till next season but in its  present condition the road is a decided  improvement over the old, giving  bet tor grades and considerably lessen- j  ing the time required to drive from  Penticton to Keremeos. An interesting feature of the new portion of load  is the manner in which it plays leap  frog with Beaver (.'reek in Ms course  up the canyon, crossing and recross-  ing about a dozen times to the mile:  the builders rightly considering that  it was easier to build bridges than to  remove the rocky bluffs with which  they were continually confronted.  pnlitun Asylums Board has placed  for treatment all the boys classed as  feeble-minded, between the aires of 12  and 21, the object being to train as  rranv of them as possible to become  .soli-supporting. ��������� For this purpose  various trades are taught, but tho  progress made was very slow, and the  signs of success few until it was decided to start a brass band among  the patients. The result has been  really extraordinary, for not only has  the band advanced rapidly in musical proliciency, but the members of  it, once their'interest was awakened  in the plaving, have made ever-increasing strides toward complete  sanity. ���������  The superintendent of the home. 1.  C. Gibbs, states that the progress  made bv the players since the formation of the band had been marvelous,  and the band boys had become dis-  tinctlv in advance of other inmates  of the home in mental qualities.  There have been several astonishing  instances where individual boys,  whose cases at one time appeared  hopeless,-had-made such marked progress since plaving in the band that  they would shortly be discharged as  mentally fit. . ���������   ,  "The music," he added., "has had  a charmed effect upon the patients,  who have advanced under its nillu-  once bv leaps and bounds. I have  great faith in the future treatment^  the class of boys we receive here  ���������Vs a result of the success which  has been attained, the committee  which controls the Witham Home  has decided to provide the band boys  with special uniform, and a suggestion is being considered to employ n  whole-time regimental bandmaster on  the staff of the school m place of th<*  leader of the local town band at Witham who has imparted the musical  'Suction so far given, at practices  Liald twice a week.  NOTICE  simiucamekn daxd district  Distkict oi- Yale  TAKK notice that I. Ronald Hcwufc, of Fair-  view, li. C. occupation collector, intend  to apply for permission to pin-chase the following' described lands���������  Commencing at a post planted at the X. \V.  corner of Section 7, Township *>0. thence east  lOcheins. thence south 10 chains, thence west  10 chains, thence north 10 chains to point of  coinenoeinent.  RO.VAr,i> nrcwAT  September-_>!ltl>. 1010.  Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  EM. CROOKER  Buy  Your  Meat  We claim there is no better flour manufactured in America. The Lake of the Woods Milling Co., stand head and shoulders above all other  mills when quality is concerned.  There is no use-you cannot moke good bread  unless you use Five Roses.  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  KEREMEOS, - - B. C.  A  When in Keremeos stop at the jj  I  i  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor. X  Central Hotel  at  at  x  at  at  at  s  i  I  at  at  at  '*������  at  at  i  at  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains  B. C. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  M. C. McAULEY  THE BUTCHER  Keremeos,  B. C.  Fresh and  Cured  Meats,  Fish and Poultry.  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR  HEATING  AND  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  !3e������  Orders  by Mail  will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  18*  m  e  ������  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.  REME/VVBER  We  offer 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.  9  *  ���������������*���������  .*  ��������������� ���������  @  ������'  #  sis  NOTICE  fMOTICE is lierebj' given that, on the I/ith day  x^ of Dccembui- next, application will be  made to tlie Superintendent of I'rovineiol Police for the grunt; of a licence for the sale of  liquor by retail in and upon the premises known  as the (.-iiriiii Hotel situate at t'anni, ]5. (.'.  upon the lands described as Lot H. Mock 1,  Town of Cai'ini.  Dated this 'M day of Oct. 1010.  J. W. XKLSOX  NOTICE  KXAMIXATIOX     KOR    JXSPKCTOR     OF  ST1CAM ROILKRS AXD MACHIX1CR Y  Liquor Licence Act, 1SI10  "NJOTK'K is hereby given that, on the lirst day  J>       of Dccemboi- next, application will  be  made to thoSiipei-intendentot provincial police  for the renewal  of a licence to sell liquor by  wholesale in and upon   the premises known as  the Hedley Brewery, situate near Hedley, B.C.  HKDLKY BRKWKRY  per Louis Seherbaiier  October 15th. 1SI10 ll-p  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT    .  CO-OWNERS  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting' of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kkrejihos, B.C.  LAND NOTICE  -IMILICAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  Dl.STHK.TOK Yalk  WM. DALRYMPLE  "T-AIvK X<.)TIC:i<: that John I������. McCuddy.of  x        Kail-view. 0(-cupation Kiirmer, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands;���������  Commencing   at, a  post  planted  At chnins.  south ot the S. K. Corner- of Lot (Hill; thence  west SO chains, thence south 'A) chains: thence  east W) chains; thence north 20 chains to point..  of commencement.   Containing Kid acres.  JOHN' I'. MeCl'DDY  August .'Mtii, nun.  GNERAL  BLACKSMITH  K.va.mixations for the position of Inspector of Steam Boilers and Machinery, under the  "Steam Boilers Inspection Act, liJOl," will be  held nt the I'arliiunent Buildings, Victoria,  commencing November 7th, UilO. Application  and instruction forms can he had on application to the undersigned to whom the former  must he returned correctly tilled in not later  than'October a-lth. 1(11(1. Salary SIHO.IIO per  month increasing at. the rate of ?r>.(IOper month  each year to a maximum of ������180.00.  .JOHN PECK  Chief Inspector of'Machinery,  New W cstiriinster,    II.  To II. K. Cleland or to any person or persons  to whom he may have transferred his interest  in the Dolphin and Spain- Fraction mineral  claims situate at Oliilla on Keremeos Creek in  the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  You are hereby notified that T have expended  two hundred and five dollars in labor and improvements on the above mentioned elaims in  order to hold the said claims under the provisions of the Mineral Act, the said labor being  done for the year ending 17th of August, 1010,  and if within 0(1 days from the date of this notice, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditures together with all  costs of advertising, your interest in said mineral claims will be the property of the undersigned under Section I oP'JYliticral Act Amendment  Act 1000.  Dated this 25th day of August, 1010.  3-11 C. U'..Jordan.  Your Patronage Solicited,  isfaction GHiaranteed.  Sut-  !        Keremeos  j Trading Company  j ______  iU,iVL-a fjooil lino of Groceries, Flour,  I Tobacco, Clothing, Boods and Shoes,  j Etc., which llicy invito you to call ami  ! see before hnviiiff else where.  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  REAL ESTATI'" MINUS  Agent for:  London  & Lancashire   l-'irc Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Kkimsmkos, !?. (.-'.  Prices, reasonable  ADVERTISE    IN   THE    CiAZETTE  G.   G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  TOMMY SING  Contracts for Work  Land .scrubbed or any kind of work by  contract at reasonable, ratos.  .Silk Handkerchiefs sold clieap, imported direct from China.


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