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Array w  y-  Penticton  A CLOSE SHAVE  Party   Run  Over   Bank   But  Escape Unhurt  N. THOMPSON" PHONE SEYMOUR 5913  KtGR. WK8TKR.V CANADA  Camrnell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng-.  Offices and Warehouse,' 847-63 Beatty Street  ' Vancouver, B. C.  Hedley    riiners'    and    fliUmen's  Union, No. 161, W. F. of M.  .' Regular meetings of'the Hedloy Lc-cn , No.  161 are held on the first and third Wednesday  in the month in Fraternity hall and the'second  and fourth Wednesday at the N. P. Mine  O. M. Stevens '   ���������/      '    ,   T, B.-Wilusv  President     - Fin-Secretary.  A  A. F. & A. M.  -EEGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedloy Lodge Js*o. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  are held oh the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend:     .    -  CREELMAN,  W. M  H. O. FREEMAN  '  Secretary'  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1741 are hold on  ���������the   third   Monday   in    every  - month in Fraternity Hall,  yisit  ingr brctWrh arb cordially invited to attend.  "---"-'     "S. KNOWLES.W. M."-  ;.-....        C. P. DALTON, Sec't.  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  'Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  ��������� Office oil North   Main   Street.  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel, No. 78 *       P. O. Di-awkr IfiO-  PENTICTON,  B. C.  One of  the narrowest squeaks  that  ever happened to a party'of automo-  bilists in this locality befell a quartette from Penticton, about five o'clock  Saturday evening   on  the   Princeton'  road at a  point twelve   miles   west of  Hedley.   _  The   party;   consisting   of  Messrs.  6/ A. Stewart)  E. 0., Holden,  G. XV.  Woodruff and   "Bill" Mason,  the hero of half a dozen similar smash-  ups; were' returning'from Princeton  in   Mr.   Stewart's  Cadillac   and   evidently taking the- curves   in   pretty  lively fashion   when   the car   swung  into  the steep  bank beside  the road,  careened outward and went over the  lower bank,   partially- turning  turtle  but not in  the least injuring the occupants.     How ��������� the entire  party .escaped death  or   serieius' injury   is   a  mystery as   the   car  landed    among  boulders;  lying thicker than  spies in  Potsdam..'    In  reality 'they probably  saved  the lives of the men by preventing the machine from- rolling over on  them: bi*.t. tliey' wrought   sad  havoc  .upon the car.   Both front wheels were  demolished;    the    wind    shieltl   was  smashed;   the steering gear   disabled  and  the entire front of the machine  pretty well Louvained.    Monday the  ambulance'crops; headed by Mr. Stew-  arel,' proceeded- to thescene -of the accident to report on the  extent of the  casualties" and remove the remains to  Goodwin  & Turner's- repair  shop at  Princeton.    The damage will probably  amount,  all told,   to nearly- five  hun-.  dred dollars; and while this is a pretty,  severe  blow   to   Mr:;; Stewart,   those  who  know   the riven road   will agree  that  the party-were lucky.,;to get off,  without loss of life or limb.  GOING AFTER'-IT^ITH WATER  LLX.  Hydraulic  Mining on  did'Properties at  Granite .Grelek    ''  A great many old .'tinTeis' in   the  j       ''J''      V  valley will'-bo intei-t&ted  to learri of'  new     developments'   Viri "hydraulic.  rninery on Granite Crepk',  for since'  the success-of- tlie���������Stewart and Lam-  ��������� - f   ��������� I'' ' -. - .  bert unelertaking nbo'it four miles up  the creek another'eiftrl'c'is' being made  by. a new concern. J Mesk'rs. Stewart'  and Lambert have:-for. .several' years  attempted to workvaii^hitherto un-  worked claim biiU'.tBough ' they hael  sufficient success-��������� togtifge them on,  they failed to inak-jj ,any very big  clean up. To get tombed' lock they  had to put in  a > dmifrtirid divert the  BAND ENTERTAINMENT  Hornblowers  Hold a  Successful Ccncert  and Dance'  GIFT ACKNOWLEDGED  Treasurer of.Patriotic Fund From Ottawa  -.-. -*-���������-.*���������<--������-  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL.ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  " Star Building- Princeton  U/alterCIayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY- TO .LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  GREAT  NORTHERN  HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the'Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  r  Medley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  First-class Line of Cigars, Tobacco  and Soft Drinks always  on hand  HILLIARD (S, TOPLEY  -The appended letter-,. accompanied  by ah official  receipt, was  received a  few," days. ago   from   the.  Honorary  Treasurer, of  the  Patriotic Fund, by  the local Treasurer-, C. P. Dal ton.    We  would direct the attention of Heelley  contributeis  to it,  as explaining the  method of acknowledgement,adopteel  by the head office at Ottawa.  Secretary Treasurer,  Hedley Branch, Can. Patriotic Fund,  Hedley, B. C.  Dear Sir:  I arrr directed by the Honorary  Treasurer to acknowledge receipt of  your letter of the 20th ult., enclosing  certificate for $1,001:75, with a list of  subscribers for the amount.  As there are so many contributors  from the several Branches you can  see how difficult it would be to send  an acknowledgement to each contributor-. Our practice is to send an  official receipt to the Treasurer or  other officer of the Branch making  the remittance, it being irnderstood  that the local branches acknowledge  the subscriptions received direct by  them.  ��������� I enclose    official., receipt   for   the  amount.  Yours truly,  E. L. Bkittain*  for Honorary Treasurer.  main volume of wate,iifor a hundied  yards or so and the difjjjulti'es resulting  from this the burstinufpfthe dam and  the breaking of the-'fiutirre teiok up so  much, time that littWcqulcl he done  in the short season---':Lust winter  however a number .of.��������� Swedes run a  tunnel through the se'lid' rock of the  canyon and this emabli-ei'the work to  goon uninterruptedly. V'Tl'is summer  bed rock was reachedjjand a number  of fair sized nuggets .;*v&'-e found and  the pay was acknowledged" to be "satisfactory. The worki) is now closed  down for the-winter,; bft't in the'next  anil proceeding .summers a rich yield  of coarse gold.is to oe,/expected. ' The  new company which,c*Jmmenced'w6rk  about a monthago is.loVa'ted near the  residence of Mr". Holu-es^and is going  to work the ground wfL'ilcii the olel Gold  Mining Syndicate we-tWeel sorne; years  ago. This old synclieute ' under the  management of ColonejlBeibbie Stevenson built and immense flume, four  miles-jn length to-tbring a force of  water from up the,, creek; The syndicate worked the grpi'mel for-.a comparatively short time 'and now the  present people are taking the claims  in hand and,are preparing to spend a  CDnfaderarble :��������� - simi^feof-Jproy-e ���������n p j-dwr  ground.* A small flume "has *been  built by Messrs Janrisson and Hughie  Holmes, to ' convey .the water from  Holme'soreeic to the'sceneof opcration.-  A large amount of the-, plant is aheady.  on tlie ground  The conceit Tuesday evening under  the auspices of the Hedley Brass Band  proveel quite a treat of its kind and  fully up to the expectations of the  public. A good variety programme  was presenteel and the nunibeis were  as happil3T varied as they were judiciously selected. As we have not had  before a real opportunity e>f hearing  the band perform within the confines  of the concert hall, considerable curiosity'was evinced when they swung  into the opening bars of tlie first number. It must be confessed however  that the boys acquitted themselves  with the same credit as has marked  their open air'efforts.  The programme was so well balanced that it is difficult to pick out  the bright and particular stars of the  evening; but, if a vote of the audience  were taken, perhaps the award wemlel  go' to little Dorothy Critchley whose  dancing took the house by storm. The  various piano Jseleptions by Prof.  Glaze were alsu much appreciated,  while Mrs. Forbe-s and Mrs. Michell  were never heard to better effect. Jack  Howe performeel in his own accepta'ble  manner, anel was as usual the encore  "victim" of the evening. .Mr. George  Lyon furnished a couple of spicy dancing numbers, and Mrs. Lyon performed most pleasingly on the vmlin,  while Mrs. Sproule sustained her reputation as an accomplished accom-  paniest. Altogether, - the Band may  be congratulated oir the success of the  concert. It was a well pleaseel crowd  that closeel the entertainment by join-  ���������ing-with the musicians in "Tipperary"  and "God Save The King."  Affer the concert the audience, or  part of it, repaireel to the Star Theatre,  where they danced out the shank' of  the evening." The proceeds of the  concert and dance amounteel-to Y,"  MINING NOTES  {1 .-ri,������i3;- fiiKf  MISSED IT B'GOSH  P  PRINCETON' PICKINGS  A veiy errjoyable evening was spent  by many on Monday:night when they  became the guests eif:the"railro iders"  at the dance they gavevatthe I. 0. O.  F. hall. A large number were -present. The music was-provided by  Priest's orchestra , who-playeeT with  the usual style and taste.'  The fall of snow:has.-;become quite  heavy for, ��������� this: -tirne?c-.of the-year.  Sleighing is in full swing and wheels  are getting less noticeable every day.  APPEARS TO -BE FINAL  More Mention   of The  Voigt Propvrty  BROUGHTON STRAIT IS  CLOSED FOR DEFENCE  Authorities at Ottawa Take  Measures to  Protect Vancouver from Naval Raid  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN^  HEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  BOLL   ME   A GAME   AT   ROLLS  It was officially announced last week  that the western portion of Brought-  on Strait, near Vancouver Islanel, is  closed to navigation for purposes of  defence. Vessels going by way of  Ellen Point Channel are in danger of  being fired on, it is announced.  While no reason has been assigned  officially for this action, it is popularly  believed to be due to apprehension as  to a possible attack from the German  fleet that defeated British warships  recently off the coast of Chile.  Relative to the .turnover of the  Voigt property which \Vas mentioned  some weeks ago in these columns, the  Monetary Times makes the following  note in its Novernberdssue.  The Similkameen Consolidated Copper Company has been organized with  a capitalization of $2,000,000 to take  over the entire group of the Voigt  properties near Princeton in tho Similkameen. A close examination has  been made and it is believeel the copper assets will aft'orel reserves for 75  years. It is arranger! that the capitalization i.s to be increased later to $20,-  000,000."  A good story which will be relished  by golfers and liaseball fans alike has  been going the rounds of the press  lately. It runs somewhat as follows:  Christy Mathewson took Heinie  Zimmerman over to the Van Coit-  landt club links a few days ago to  teach the big slugger the great and  ancient game of golf. As Zimrnex"-  man squared away at the tee Matty  said:  "You see, the object of this game is  to hit the ball'into the little hole by  that flag you carr just see over the  hill.".  "Heine," who can hit a baseball  farther than rihy man in the major  leagues, whistled the ball off the tee  and over, the hill towards the hole.  As he walked up on the green he  found his ball was lying within about  a foot of the cup, he iooked at it a  minute and then said: ������  "By gosh, I missed it."  Much   interest  was aroused and no  little excitement createelMonday when  J. W. Douglas gave  out the news of a  very rich, strike  in tunnel  No. 2,   on  the Golden King mine, a property located some six miles west of Oroville,  on the  north side of the Sirnilkaineen  liver.  As evidence that the strike was  authentic and   genuine   Mr.  Douglas-  had arr  assay certificate   giving   the  result  of arr assay of  the ore,  anel.it  shows  a value  of $805.30,   all in gold!'  This ore,  as stated above,   was taken  .from tunnel No. 2, on the Golden King  mine.     It  was  not a   assay   fronr   a  picked  specimen,   but from a uniform  sample  chipped from across  the face  of a four-foot vein.    The sample was  simply  chippetl  off   for   assay,   as is  customary  in all mining,  for the pur-  .  pose of keeping check oil the geneial  run of the ledge,   by J. C. Fisher, who  has  charge of the  work,  and the  return was as much as a surprise to him  and  Mr.   Douglas   as  to   the general  public,     The average, value of the ore  in   the  h'dge since" work  commenceel  has run   frtrong.    There   had   been no  perceptible  change  in   the  nature  of  .the ore, and what was being extracted  was going over the dump.     Now that  the  values prove  to be  so high, more  '  caie  will be  taken to  save  the ledge  matter   for   future-    reference.     THe"  strike is one of the  ruost remarkable  that has ever been matle  in this part  of the country.     Frequently rich free "  gold specimens have  been found, and  stringers  "nave  been  discovered   that  gave assays  running high  in the hundreds, but here is a ledge four feet  wide  that returns a-value of $800 to  the  ton  from a cold   blooded sample  across the face.- Oroville Gazette.  The elevelopinent on Rocher de  Boule mountain by mining men from  Butte,- Montana, has advanced particularly this summer with "great suc-  ^T^fr--Tlie--4~aj:.e'^Wo-,i!^  on*'the ore bodies of about 700 feet.,  The Standard mine is to the" nbith of _  Rocher de Boule about ten miles, and. .  last year's development has shown up  the ore bodies there well. Progress  was held up on this .property when  word came from the smelter people  that no more ore could be accepted  from that part of the country, the  company, therefore shutting down.���������  Rossland Minen-.  THE WISDOM OF THE CHILD  GENERAL JOTTINGS  The Canadian Railway and Marine  World, November issue, says: "We  are officially adviseel that the C. P. R.  has under consideration the ordering  of two additional steamships with a  speeel of twenty knots an hour for its  Atlantic service."  De Wet is one of the few athletes  who can "come back" He is just as  speedy on the hike as he was fifteen  year's ago.  Rosslanel is elisconsolate. Nelson  has seduced Chief Thomas Long and  Officer Alex Stewart of her police  force.  The agitation for a night school  at Merritt has fallen through.  In some communities there are still  resident aliens at large, openly preach-  in n sedition. The Attorney-General  is being deluged with letters, enquiring  what kind of oil these gentry should  be boiled in.  The following skit was sent to us  without name, comment or other  brand mark by an unknown admirer  in Vancouver.  "A youngster whose father was editor of a small town daily, was asked  tu write a. composition on Professional Men.  "When  an editor makes a mistake  there is a lawsuit anel swearing anel a  big  fuss;   but is  a eloctor makes one  there is a funeral, cut flowers and perfect silence.    A doctor carr use a word  a yard long  without him or anybody  knowing  what  it means;  but  if   the  editor uses one  he has to spell it.    If  the doctor goes   to see another  man's  wife  he charges  for  the visit; but if  the  editor goes,  he gets a charge of  buckshot.      When    the   doctor gets  drunk it is a case of being overdone  by the heat, and if he dies it is from  heart  trouble;   when the editor gets  drunk its a case of too much  booze,  and if he  dies its  the jimjams,     Any  old college can make a eloctor; An editor has to be born.  The completion of the telephone  line betweerr Kamloops and Aschroft  puts the Okanagan country in direct  telephonic communication with Dawson city.  James Cronin, of SpokaDe, didgreat  development work on his property, in.  the Babine mountains,   this summer-.  He has one of the best lead and silver-  properties  in   the   Hazelton   district,,  and it   gives  promise  of   developing  into one   of   the  best mines in   thafc  country.    To the south of Mr. Cromri's  properties is the Last'Chance group of  claims, owned by: W;P.O. Pemberton,  of Victoria, ;and P. J. Higgins.    This  is a lead and silver property,  and the  assays  have shown   up well  all along  the  vein.    These  assays  have run  as  follows. 117 ounces silver, 70 per cent,  lead.    Not a great deal of development  work  has  been done,  so it is hard.to  know how things  will look after it is  .  opened up.���������Rossland Miner.  Owing  to  the disruption   in   trade  throughout Europe, due to the present  war,    the   lead   mining   industry   of  Kootenay, B.C., was for a time threatened with serious injury.     The smelters had  stopped work,  and the mines  were on   the  point of closing down.  Hon.   W. T.   White,   Minister   of  Finance,  upon   being   acquainted   with  the circumstances,  took the matter in  hand, with the result that what promised  to be more or less  of a calamity  to  that portion  of British  Columbia  has, in a great measure, been averted.  Mr. White  urgently  appealed to   the  owners of the smelters  not to discontinue   operations,  and   to   provide   a  market for the output of the mines.  The Minister also  made arrangements  to the  effect that all lead   used in the  manufacture of war materials for the  Canaelian  army and.in   the   supplies  manufactured  in  Canada  under contract fronr the British War Office shall  be the  product of Canadian smelters.  This timely action by the 'Minister has  resulted in   providing an   immediate  market for' the output of the smelters,  which, in turn,   keep the   mines going  and   pi-event   the   serious   unemployment which otherwise would have resulted.���������Federal Press Bulletin.  -Astfftfti THK HEDLEYy GAZETTE NOV 19, 1911  She Ifcedle^ ������mtt&  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  1  . Subscriptions in Advance  Pt'l-Vfiu- S-MK)  "   ( United Stales) '-'.50  Advertising Rates  Measurement, l'_ lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceed in-* one  iiu-li, Sl.lKI for- one insertion, 25 cent-.*, for  each Miliseqiicnii iiipui-tion. Over one inch.  10 couth nor line for first insertion and 5  cents nor line for each subsequent insertion..  Transients payable in advance.  OertilU'iUe of Inipiovenieni-. $10.00  (When: more than one claim appears  in notice, $'.'.."(0 for each additional  claim.)  equipped with field artilleiy^As far  ajjjggypt is r-oncerneeL Egynf^will take  'ofire 'of herself. The^er-ib&ltl point in  llm-whole situation'' is'tlie^uez Canal;  -cm ���������   '     ���������. ��������� *'^ft1^. ^>, x^...  UK  iki man nut.-ide Tlie "\Vai- Office  knows exactly what steps have been  lukon to guai d the big ditch.  GOLD   BRICKS  M. C. HILL. Managing Kdltor..  Full Moon  &&%  New Moon  17  Last tiuar.  10  First quar.  1911  NO V  1914   |  Sun. Mori.  Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  1       2  3  4       5  0       7  S       9  10  11      12  13      14  15     1������  17  18     19  20     21  22     23  21  25     20  27      28  29     30 ���������  Empire from the,Posp-irus tij^the Pypj,-  mids.     Tlie Porte,;nrust  bf"'.c6hscio6s  EGYPT  fn spite' of the iuheient rottennes-s-  of his government and in spite of his  actual weakness during the past few  decade's the Turk has managed to  maintain a precarious ixislenee in  Europe since the middle of the fifteenth century. This has been mainly  elue to his -shrewdness in politics: but  that one saving quality he seems to  have   lost.     If Turkey  plunges   into,  - this conflict at- the instance of Germany, it'is -her first disinterested act  on le-cord and it bids fair to be her  la*t. For Turkey in Europe it i* literally suicide. What then is this appearance of Turkey in "the European war  aimed at? Egypt;without dnnbt*. and  the evei.tual extension of the Turkish  E  m  eif its impotence against Russia,, .but-  there seems to- he a cliance;e������f wrest-,  nig Egypt fr-irri haiasscd Etiglaiiel anel  restoiing there once more the sway of  - the Crescent.  - This dream- of dominion is hardly  likely to he fulfilled, and the greatest  obstacle in the way of its accomplishment would seeni to berEtrypt herself.  Egypt appears to lie well content with  British rule and she has reason to be  so. In 1875 Egyptian affairs.--were at-  the lowest ebb. The country groaned  under a. hopeless bur-den of debt.  Credit, was.gone.;.--Rapacious tax gatherers robbed.the- wretched Fellaheen  of what little they had. The people  liveel in a state of chronic starvation,  amid ignorance, gloom and squalor  unspeakable. The entire system of  government was a riot of corruption,  cruelty, injustice anel'rapacity.  Then   came  European   intervention  and  the era of  prosperity  set in.    At  first France and England   worked conjointly; but since 1882 England has ael-  ministered  the affairs  of the country  alone.     The  history ot  those thirty-  two years,  filled with   the   labors   of  Cromer, Gorst and Kitchener is a tale  of  unbroken progress.     By eeoiiiomi-  ���������cal  aelministration   the el ebb has been  reduced:  likewise  the   taxes.     Great  public "works   have   been-carried  out  and   industry  so stimulated  that tlie  collective wealth of the country has  quintupled.     Vast irrigation schemes  have awakened the  grudging land to  smiling plenty.     The Fellah  is secure  in   his possessions for corruption  has  been swept from  the courts.     A few  apostles  of separation  there are,   for  the malcontent we have ever with us;  but the great  body of the people are  contented anel happy uneler the peace  and plenty of the British rule.  The Egyptian army, together with  the British garrison troops, numbers,  on a war footing, in the neighborhood  of fifty thousand men, in perfect fighting trim, efficiently officered, and well  Some   days   ago   a   friend    whose  friendship  is   more    than    skin   eleep  placed in our hands.a dodger 'from  a  Vancouver printing house,  soliciting  business  at a   figure   with   which   no  reputable  office will  atti-mpt.to  com  pele, oi,  indeed can  do  so with  any  guarantee    of satisfaction.     We   aie  not  worrying  in the  least over  prospective loss of  birsine'ss to   these  people, when the .specimen   they senel emt  is  not even   printed   straight on the  paper; but, as the gentleman  remarked, the principle e>fthe  thing, is just  what  has been   bleeding   the. interior  towns for  yeais���������anel   that the  principle is to  offer you   a "sight, unseen"  proposition   which   looks   like  a  gold  mine and turns out to be a golel brick.  Year after year mendicant  agents  have   combed   this   town   for   loose  change,  peeldling everything* from   a  thirty   cent Testament    to a   thirty  dollar libary on   every subject from  barn   dances     to    homiU-ticsl'    Year-  after year  the  slick leal   estate  man  has climbed   the tram and  spread   his  dragnet for the boys  at the top, eager  to enrich them with gilt edged-(?) purchases in about every known city ex:  cept New Jerusalem,   which  has   not  yet subdivided. " V  There is no getting away from the  fact that, if the money grabbed from  the interior of the province by these  sharks had been',used for sound-im-  vestment and" 'legitmate, extension  where it belongeel, the coast cities  would have a good deal more sub--  stantial basis of e-xistence and- con-  elitions there wonlel be infinitely better-  toelay.  METEOROLOGICAL.  Minimum  23  25  "���������'      28  -    11  10  10  10  "Maximum  Nov   ������...   m.   ���������! .i','1'1  ���������9- ..,   ,   33  10 ���������-'.."������������������'  soil    - '-i. :1-1 33  12 ,,-...     ,., 28  13 .. 23  11 :. 21  Average maximum temperature32.00  Average niinturuiiK elo* ,     18.00  Mean temperaim-fcc 25.00  Rainfall for the week    00.0 inches.  Snowfall fl ."j tT'������    -'11.25 ���������   '"  COKKESl'O.S'MNO  WEEK  OV LAST  VKAK  Highest maximum temperature 44.  Average niu'xiniuin do '      35.71  Lowest minimum do 14.  Average minimum do' 25.57  Mean  do  29.14  1 'ivt'xhe mill.  -,-   (Maximum,        Minimum  Nov   8  52       ������������������             34  9  ..    '     54  , ' .-,             34  10  ..      ,47        ..             30  11     '���������  ./.'' '49      '.. '          31  12  .38 ....             31  13  :41        . .             27  14  ,-.-. ,   ���������41-       ..             22  Average maximum temperature 16.00  Average minimum       "   do          30.71  Mean  do          38.35  Rainfall for  the*week     .19   inches  Snowfall  " ,,    "       5.05         "  COIIIiESITNDINO  WISKK  OK I.A������*T VKAK  Hitrliest niaxirniim temperature 50  Average    -  ' ' ffi'      '    ' do          40.71  Lowest minimum             do          23.  Average  ,,;do                do           32.  Mean  do          39.35  78 Years in Business.   Capital and Surplus $7,786,666.  31 YEARS OLDER THAN THE DOMINION .OF CANADA  As the name implies, the Bank of British North America was established long before the Provinces united  and became the Dominion of Canada. The sound," progressive management which 'has made it a :power .in  Canadian Finance makes it the bank  for your account.  Hedley Branch,  your  C. P. Dalton,  Manager*  WHEN   WHITING'���������AtrVlSIlTISISBS PLEASE  MENTION TIIK I'.VZETTE  H-E&LEY PEOPLE PRAISE   fr   $  *���������..*     ���������&���������*-���������!   ft  SIMPLE MIXTURE  ...Many in   Hedley praise   the simple  mixtuie of buckthorn bark, glycerine,  etc., known as Atllerika.    This remedy  is   the     most   THOROUGH     bowel  '. * --* '  cleanser   ever solel  IVemg- even   used  successfully    in    appendicitis.--   ONE  SPOONFUL   relieves    almost   ANY  CASE of constipation,   sour or "gassy  stomach   Adler-i-ku c.-innot/gripe and  the  INSTANT   action  is   surprising.  FJ'.M, Gillespie, druggisty-.'"'".'     '"  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN. LAND DISTRICT  DISTUICT'bK YALK-''���������  ''PAKE notice that 1, Francis-Henry Fi-encli  A       of Hedley, 11. (J., occupation. Merchant;  intend    to apply for permission.; to purchase  tho'following described lands:-  Commoneingab a-post planted adjacent to  the south-west corner of Indian Reserve.No. 2.  near the mouth of-the Twenty-mile Creek,  thence north-20 chains, thence west 20 chains,  thence south 20 chains thence east 20 chain.-- to  pointxjf commencement, containing 10  acres.  Fkan.cis Henkv French.   ������������������  October lilthini 4 10-10  GoqcJ Morning!  lA/������-a:r^Introciuciing  -Auuii'-MJan Silk  ���������Aifit^tifn Cai-hinere  American Col'fun-Lisle    .'  They haye^tnod the lest. Give  i-e.tl foot comfort.     No soa-rtis to  rip.- ���������  'N<jHtfeT:h.E become   loose   or  baggy.    The  shape is   knit in���������  not pressed in. ''-���������  GUARANTEED    for   fineness  I' -style*,'*' "-u-gei-iority 'of   material,  1 ian'd'\W>rR"--i)aiiiihi{)". <   Absolutely  '.stainless.   Will u ear six months  without holes, or new ones free.  OUR - SPECIAL OFFER  to every one sending us $1.00fin  currency or postal note,, bo coyer  ad.v.eMismganelfMpping charges ,  we wUl&ejytpo'itr-paid with wgt-  ten g?riJWnVee',1,tiacked Hyai^b11  million dollar company, eitheft! ���������  3 Pairs of our 75c. Value "*���������.  Ame^/Te-an Silk Hosiery .y  or        4 Pairs of our SOc. Value -_L  AnieiicaiuOashinere Hosiery  ...  ��������� tt-     .. ���������-  or       4 Pairs of our 50c Value  ,  American 'Cotton-Lisle Hosiery  or       6 Pairs of Children's Hc-siery  Give tlie'c(*>loJ:,.-size, and whether Ladies or Gent's Hosiery'is  eiesired. v*  DON'T DEr.AY���������������������������Offer expires  ���������-.Vliilri a Scylie^ in*y<)'nt' rocality'is  selected.- Ji  ���������.,Tlie, Iiitcrji^ional, ...Hosiery (k  P.O. Box 2il   % . ���������  DAYTON, OHIO; U. S. A.  This is a time of.crisis, a time for" readjustment, a time for quick action-,.   .   .  a time for greater efficiency���������  But Not a Time tor tiie Curtail  ment oi Good ftdvertisina  Canadian  advertisers are' face  to .  face  with  an   opportunity.    Said it is .  that this opportunity is evolved through  blood and tears; -'but not to take advantage of it is to'fail in a real duty to the  Empire.    ,   ' ' *  "J ' Some" businesses���������chiefly those de  pendent   upon imports���������must   suffer;.   " '"''-^  but for every business that" suffers,'ten  ; '   will* prosper.    Never has-business been    ���������  ,i less interrupted by a great war."  .'   '     Re-adjust your business''to-advantage of new openings.    Grasp now tlie  '"���������  -      markets that must look to vou as never  before. . Make ar more  efficient iise " of  ���������i j^iIjI-i! .advertising.-ri;.'j'kTse  the^jiftervMSpaperiutoo  'i;     ':'; bettei; ad-va;ntage.    You can find -Your  ". opportunities "in this situation If-You-  Look For Them.  ' Efficient, carefully-planned and  properly-prepared newspaper ' advertising will open tlie way fbrytkl..,...._......  NOTICE  SIMIbKAMKEN LAND DlSTKICT  DISTIUCT OI'- YALE  TTAICI': notice that I, Lytton  Wilmot Shat-  ���������*���������       ford of Vancouver, U. C occupation  Hanker,   intend  to apply   for permission  to  purchase tho following described lands:-  Coiiiniunclii'* at a post planted 20 chains du  west from the south-west corner of Indian  lleservo No 2, nciirthu inoiithof Twenty-mile  ('reek, thence west 20 chains, thence south 20  chains, thence east 20 chains, thence north 20  chains to point of commencement, containm-*  10 acres.  Lvtto-" VY'iiiMOT SriA-ri-oun  by Krancls Henry French, agent.  October liltli 1914. 40-1  NOTICE  NOTICE  -...- Liquor Act, 1910  NOTIGEyp^ili^by given that, oii  the first,day^^pi'cenibcr next, application will beimadeto the superintendent-.of .provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell li(|uor by retail in the hotel known as the Similka-  niei-h hotel,--.'--h)t.ia't."e. at Heelley, in the  province of British Gol.umbia;"  FRANK DOLLEMORE  Dated this lOtli day of October,' 1914.  The kind you want and when you want it,,  .is tlie kind we do;     -  $250.00 will buy a Choice  s:  Daly Avenue  SIMIUCAMKKN" LAND DISTRICT  DlSTKICT Ol'- YAMS  ���������T*AICK notice that I, Howard Abbott Tur-   a  -1       nor of Penticton, occupation Koad Su-   ft  perintent', intend to   apply for permission to  purchnHe the following described Iands:-  Coiiiineiicing at a post planted adjacent to  tlie south-west'corner of Indian Hoscrve no. 2,  near the mouth of Twenty-mile creek, thence  west 20 chains, thence south 20 chains, thence  east 20 chains, thenco north 20 chains to point  of commencement, containing 10 acres,  Howard Abbot Tuknkii  by Francis Henry French, agent-  October 10th 1911.  Advertise in the  Hedley Gazette  and watch Results  Don't Pay Out Good Money for Rent When You  Can Own a House of Your Own  THE HEDLEY CITY T0WMSITE COMPANY, Ltd,  f 3fT. H1. French, Secretary and Manager  HEDLEY, B.C.  . -A THE HEDLEY-'OAaET-i'E NOV 19. till  &*=  im^Mftmm  i i 'iirrr 'wr"1  Riv/eruieAA/ '  Greamery  &titt&r  Absolutely tho best in  town. ,Tiy a pound and be  convinced.  JAS. STEWART. & CO.  Towni aiid District.  JSgiy:  ^,  ������ LADIES'COATS,  I SUITS and DRESSES  '������ ,To-Measure -<  Samples of goods, and Fashion  Plates of Ludico* Suits, Dresses,  and Winter Coats may be seenat  flEDL&y SHOE STORE |  X  X  X  X  X  X  Agents for Rex Tailoring Co.  Suits Cleaned  and Pressed, at  Reasonable" Charges   <  writWM"4yi^**'Aur&  % X  at ���������,. ��������� _ A _    _   ������������������T ������w-- ��������� *  f XMAS & NEW |  |YEAR CARDS I  x, i  x  S From 50c a dozen to 50c each' 3  |  1_ ������  I Leather   Goods   and g  Picture Frames  fladlegDrue&ioGK ������Aav e  PflLflGE,  fcjvery, Feed & Sale. Statutes  HKDLEY- B. C.  IF A good stock .of Horses and Rigs,<?n  Hand.    IT Orders- for Teaming  proinptlyjattended to".>>l)    "'->  Office of-Dominion Express Com{wriu������  "TZJitn-!: Woods is down froS^Stumpj.4.'  ville for- the: winter:   .    ' "i<J-!-^^-fi*  Fh*t-class  piano for. sale on���������easy  terms..���������Apply the Gazette oflice.  Father Conant paiel Medley a brief  calloir Monday and visited his charges  at the Reservation.  Mrs. M. lieefe of- Nelson arrived  iu town "Wednesday anel- is vis-iting  with her daughter, M'is. T. H. Kother-  ham. _ . . . ���������  . The other day we heard a couple of  young men agree to swear olf ainok-  ing until Christums. After all, what  is home without a briar?  * The'heavy snow is driving the stock  from the' hills, and tlie cattlemen  head'eel for the range's ale apt to find  their "critters" headed for.home.-  Mr's.t-LV G. -McHaftie, nee Myrtle  'McLe'iYi, is smeler the pniental roof  visitiriglber slater-, Mrs. F. Gillespie.  Mrs. MacHaffiearrived from Edinon'-  trul Wednesday morning. ~ ;"  Rev.- G-. D. W-ritTiths and wife .made  quite an extendeer toiir of- tlie'. valley  this week, making Keremeos their  objective point anel taking,in Hedley  ou their way back to Princeton.  Rev. A.H.- Cameron was in town for  a short visit on Saturday. While not  so active as he used to be Mr. Cameron is gradually gaining ground, and  will no doubt be .himself agairr after a  couple of "months' rest.  Those Christmas goods you.', were  twaiting for are already at Rolls' anel'  on nisplay. More are arriving everyday. Tlie selection will' surprise you.  Call in and' take vmir pick Wliile tlie  picking is good.  - Lucky the Band Concert didn't  come a -month' ago: The "price was  only six bits; but after Treasurer Dal-  toii got through collecting for the  Patriotic Funel there were not .three  pair of pant's in Hedley that XVotild  have- assayed more than- thirty-five  cent's apiece.--   ��������� ������������������-   '���������  The much needed X-ray apparatus  for the local -hospital arrived here on  Tuesday-last. Needless to say it will  be invaluable to Dr. McEwen ^in  locating tile excess baggage in . the  persons ��������� of the poor fellbws wljp ������rV  hrought down from the mine it'ome-  timesjull of finely divided rock.jV   ���������.  Wo'lel is- beginning to filter thjjqi.  A'romiqffeffli-Jyg-Abh--) left last- w.  . \ p.  the.fronb.r   Sid Eeiwards report^tfia 1  A court"-ni'a'rtial"al:eYuitteel Admiial  Troubridge, wS^l erfaijiiiianded t lY*'-  Anglo-French jff-S&'npee-' oil* Mes-ina  at the time llnfeGy-rlian '-i-niseis CrOe-  ben and Biesfy-.u .cscapeel fioui the  island  port :ind'~<U''dging   the  allies'  vessels,   succeidi'd  in  getting   safely  into Turki-li   wal  r>.     Tli''    admiral  was accused i ifncgi  ���������gi'iu-i-in p'-i milling  the two (ii-i man \  ���������>sc 1.-. to escape.  I'jUlU  Wherav&'rer ���������  Your Interests  "LA'i'e tlWyuu'rilhi's c'om-  ������������������'.      ���������,        0   JllUKilll"  *  miimty-?������������������������������������:���������;.���������  among  the  vou  *r Ar.e ��������� tlij-y  I   ' .-people1-trith- whom  associate ? ."  *r Are.'..'they'  with   the  neighbors   and   friends ���������  with whom you do busi-  busi'ii'ess',:?.';'"('';:?,(;;:' '��������� :  If so, you' want'ti^'kueiw what is happening in this community. You want  to know the aoiife' aiid' comirigs of  the people with .i-jjioiu you associate,-  the little new's-iterns-of your neighbors  and frfends���������nowv-llnii't you? --  That is whafthis paper gives you  in   every issued.'It-is  printed  for  that purpose.''UIlt' represents your  interests and-thc int'ei'ests of this  .... - town.-.--.Is^ynujtentinie.^ou.oiir subj  hcriptioh lists?^  If not���������you owe iti  -  to 'yourself  to'see' that  it  is put  ���������    there.--.To eloisoi-. .-< ~  A New Stock of Skates,  Boots and  Accessories  Just Opened  Six Lines of Skates in  all sizes. Get fitted  up properly instead of  having your order sent  away to be filled in  any old way.  LET US SHOW YOU  be to  ; ii-r������j  lun;-'  ���������1 - ->ilri  -*i3'i'MA  lr  WOOD   FOB   SALE!  Phone 14.  P. J. I-NNI'S        Proprietor.  INSURANCE  LOCAL AGENTS FOR  Fikst Nation At Lifh  Mutual Life  Maryland Casuality  NATIONAt FlItE  HILL <8b MARTIN  Hedley Gazette Office.  *^?������;4~������fefe~*a*������������fefe~fl'4MttfeWHM2!ft-������~������"������Y  I I  f Grand Unions  x x  I Hotel  $ HEDLEY,   British Columbia  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class'Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor.  B*">E������������S'p������-;j?i,t>?>t*^*?4?8?'^'?it*'5*%3|*?tl9!;H>?K>?  m  in  \6  Hi  -1/  iti  \li  Hi  m  Here to Stay.  For Painting,  Paperhangiflg  Etc., apply to  J. El E /\ JU E  Corner White St. and Daly Ave  Terms   JWodL&ro.t&  WS<  he reached "Vancouver safely with the  102hdi 'while Messrs. Coles anel Heppiu  w)io" were, also headed for the -..'coast  have also made a place on the fo'rees,  tin owing in their lot with the^Vancouver resei'ves.  "Win. Bryant hael a letter recently  from bis son Anbl-py who is with the  Cauaelian troops at Salisbury.". He  says that the boys have no complaint  to make with their circumstances except that they aie chafing- a little ���������-at  being held inactive so long and spoiling for a brush with the Kaiser's columns. ;,'   ';';  Mrs. Boeing anel Mrs. Forbes spent  the week enel in Keremeos WithiMrs"  D. J. Innis. While in the apple town  they took in tbe work sale aiid tea-  given by the Women's Institute..They  report that the event was highly: sue  cessful and the ladies of Keremeos  proverl themselves to be good business  "nieh" and charming hostesses.  lb begins to smell like hockey again-,'  The beautiful is slowly mantling the  mountainsides and the Gazette office  is cold as abandoned, hope these mornings. Caretaker' Michell's periscope is  seen nobbing above the fence of the  rink anil the hockey fan begins to  hear iu spirit the click of the nickel  plate anel' the clack of the selected ash.  Just watch our team this winter. It's  goeing to'be a hummer.  . You're something less than a man  these days if you have'nt a little loose  deer hair on your mackinaw. Billy  Simons has a couple of notches in his  rifle butt, Hamilton anel Bnrr  brought .down a quartette for a  couple" of days' hunting-toward the  end of last week. Meanwhile the  Bowerman boys were doing a little  trailing on their own account up  Twenty Mile, and came home with  one each. Lou Rolls anel F. H. French  took theirs in luxury. Last Sunday  they motored up toward Sterling  Cieek anil returneel with a five  pointer in the bubble wagon. Al  Horswill nnd Geoige Fienchare just  getting back their wind after trailing  home a healthy buck witliort removing his interior furniture. Funeral notices of" defunct bucks are  printed at this office free.  WE-QFPER.  "i[nii  ���������  -To- New 'Subscribers  A'Years-'Silkscriptran to ~  QUALITY AND SERVICE  dleu Trading 60., Ltd.  // fi J I //   III-i'lxi%'4'<  !���������'���������������������������  '.^WWWftte  'in  ������  C-   .       -���������> ���������>.���������!'.'���������'���������  A Cem'Gasoline Iron  ���������     ;,<,   :<. 2TU,       ,.  ((jiuaritiiteed).     .  ��������� ALkfFOR   ,-ft   -,  Get This Straight j  WE SELL FRESH GROCERIES  THEY   COST NO   MORE THAN  THE OTHER KIND.   ONE TRIAL  WILL..CONVINCE YOU  :ti03<"i  jt -O.���������w^_. i.  XT  YOURS FRESH  CREELMAN (������h LYALL  FRASER BLOCK - HEDLEY, B.C.  Fi ve  lars  Ezra Mills, Kerenreos Agent.'.  BSSfl  COMINCI  mm   WAY���������WHAT  i'i."  County Court of Yale  A siftiiifi of tliu t'oiint)-,Court of Yulo will  bo licit! nt tlio -.'oiii-t J-Irfmio"; ���������Iv-iroinco.'- t.'ontre,  B. 1'. on Tuoscliiy llio-HIth-.cluv.-of November  1911 at II o'cloi:!-in tho forcn'ioii.  .I'AS: 11. MI-:(^\X. ��������� ��������� -  ���������-I.-I--J- I'lisls'iiir'l 'riant ���������'.- ( o:irt of Ytk'.  You should worry   Freeman  lias -��������� Shoes, Rubbers, Hats,  Mackinaws,    Hockey    Boots,  Bath Robes and Overcoats  The  lhe belgian Relief  Westminster has re  huuelred'd'oluir mttrk.  Funel  in  New  icheel    the   five  Semi-Ready     Clothing:  H. G. "Ri-eemeiri, Proprietor  Store  "High Power"]  Repeating  Rifle No.425  . List Price $20.00  .S0-S0--.32antl.35 .  " : 'calibers  Use jtcniinntun Auto-Loading: j  Cm lri.li;,>-.  A Big Game Rifle that |  *3      Makes Good.  id   ���������   ������������������ --- :;-������������������������������������  Sure Fire No Bulks, No Jams  -Ki^-ttr' Order, ft-um ^our Dealer.  ' '^      Send for Hdifdspirncly illustrated j  ���������'Kifltf-tirialoi-No. H  Stevens Arms & Tool Co.,  r. 0 iai.\ semi.  Chicopee^l^'Wass:  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  IN NEED OF  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitation's  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  TRY US.    WE GIVE SATISFACTSON.  ^Jw. ���������B  BH  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.   NOV.J9.1D14.  THE KEREMEOS PAGE  KEREMEOS, the-Centre of Lower Similkameen���������Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Mrs. Hans Uichter, Mius Flora and  Mi.ss Ruth Sinclair were in town for  a day eir twi>.  Mr. and Mrs. Sum M.iiiery with Miss  .Jean Manery have genie to Nan.-iiino  fur lilt! winter.  Mrs. L. A. Clarke of Green Mountain, and Mis. Forbes anel Mrs. Boeing of Hedley were in town for the  Bazaar.  Have you called nt the Customs  Office to let Mr. Frith know what you  have decided to subscribe to the Patriotic Funel?  MUs Agnes Fleming of Greenwood,  and Miss Huberta Shaw ' from Shaw's  (Jump were lhe g.iesls of Mrs. Frith  last week.  Mrs. D. MeCurdy anel her daughter,  Miss .Lillian Shurson, of Similkameen  have been visiting Mrs. Knowles of  Keremeos Creek.  Warren Glaze, teacher of piano and  iill wind instruments, could accommodate three more pupils. Calls at  Keremeos Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  Messrs. Lome Coleman, Beech Caw-  . ston. lloss Fleming anel Billy Smith of  the government survey party at Richie r's Pass were in Keremeos for the  dance on Thursday.  The; Rev. D. G. Griffith and Mrs.  Griffith of Princeton, have recently  been visiting in Ke-remeob, the gue-sts  of Mrs. Brown. They remained over  for the Women's Institute Bazaar.  Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Annstrong of  Chopaka, accompanieel by the'Misses  ..Edith Ramsay, of Chicago, Elinor-  Smith of Akron, Ohio, aud Ellen  Jones of Nighthawk, attended the  bazaar- and dance given, by the  "Women's' Institute last Thursday.  While hero they-we;i-e the guests of  Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thomas.  A most cordial letter lias come from  the Rev. T. R. .Heneage,  Hon. Secretary and- assistant   commissioner   of  the. Britisji Columbia  Boy Scouts'Association    sanctioning   the   establish;  "merit of the. Troop of Boy Scouts .in  -.Ksremeos,    This Friday evening those  who  have passed   their  examinations  will   be  invested   with   the   rank   of  ' Tenderfoot Scouts.  , ; At' the sudden appearand of winter the thoughts of old and young  turn rink-wards. Scouts Geo. Kirby  ���������and-tJue Brcuule-y: have, already been  working at the preparation of the  'work, and'on Wednesday the troop as  a body hopes- to- clear the skating  g>-ound for action. Already ice is  forming on the sloughs. "May the  temperature . .keep down," say the  young people.. ���������<'  Various messages have reached us-  from our volunteers at Victoria.  Among other welcome pieces of information, we are. told that the five  men passed their second inspection in  a satisfactory manner, and are now  hard at work. Their enthusiasm seemed'quite undampened and they threaten to 'leuve for the front at once.  Write to the boys. Their address is  102 R. M. R., 30th Battalion, Willows  .Camp, Victoria, B. C.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  /"'OAL mining rights of thu Dominion, in  *-' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, tho North-west Territories nnd in a portion of the Province of 1'ri-  tish Coliunbin, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of 51 an  acre. Not more than 2.51K) acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the rights applied for1  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections,- or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurvcyod territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by tho applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by n  fee of S5 which will be refunded if the right*  applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at tbe rate of five oents  per ton  The person operating the mine shall furniHh  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable coal mined  and nay the royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights are not being operated, sueh returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  The lea.-e will include tho coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for -tbe working of the  mine at the rate of ������10.00 an acre.  information application should be  or the Department of  l"oi- full  made to the Secretary  the Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands. -  \\*. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Uuauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. il-Gm  NOTICE  NOTICE is b'-reby given thai on the.  2nd elay of January, 1915, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police foi the transfer of the licence for the " sale of  liquor by retail in anel upon the  pemises " known as the Cential  Hotel situate at Keremeos Centre,  British Columbia, from H.Tweddle  to Central Hotel Co., John Him-  mell, manager'. , .  Da CJd October21s   1914.  ' Harry Tweddle, Holder of Licence  Central Hotel Co..  John Hiiiiuiel,  manager, applicant for transfer.  NOTICE  Liquor._������ci,. Mb  ��������� NOTICE is hereby given that, on tin-  first day of December next, application  will be made to the superintendent of  Provincial police for renewal of tin-  hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in  the hotel known as the Great Northern  hotel, situate in Hedley, in the pro-J  vince of British Columbia. ���������  JOHN JACKSON  Dated this 10th day of October, 19U._  NOTICE  WOMEN'S   INSTITUTE    BAZAAR  The annual bazaar of. the Women's  Institute of the Similkameen Valley  was held in Armstrong's Hall last  Thursday evening, and in spite of the  most unfavorable weather conditions  proved a great success.  The "Home Cooking" booth in  charge of Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Newton throughout the evening was surrounded by an admiring gioup of  bachelors and young housekeepers,  eager to make profitable purchases.  Until the last moment, the "Fancy  Work' booth in the hands of Mrs.  Brown anel Miss Rita Kirby, was be-  siged by would-be Christmas givers.  While the "Candy" booth uudor the  management of Mrs. Percy Quant  ���������iiid Miss lo'l Hfurison seemed, to the  Boy Scouts at least, tlie most attractive spot in thu room.  During the evening tea was served  by the members of the Institute, and  shortly before eleven the dancing began. Our kind musicians Mrs. E. M.  Daly* Mrs. Tom Daly, Mrs. Frith, Mr.  W. M. Daly and others were most  generous, ��������� imd the. festivities were  brought to a happy conclusion ata.  somewhat advanced hour.  The.proceeds of the sale will be added to the Institute's contribution to  the. Patriotic Fund, which we are informed will he a genercus one.  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next, application will be made, to the superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by!  retail in the hotel known as the A1-:  exandra hotid, situate at Okanagan!  Falls, in the province eif British Col-i  u m bia.  ARNOTT & HINE  Dated this 10th day of October. 1914.  :  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910 y  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liqiior by retail in the hotel known as the-Kereineos Hotel, situate in liverenief)S, in  the province of British Columbia.  MRS. A. F. KIRBY  Dated this 10th day of October, 1911  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next application will be made to the. superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence te sell liquor by retail in the. hotel known as the Grand  Union Hotel, situate, in Hedley, in the  province of British Columbia.  ANTON WINKLER .  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is  hereby, given  that,  on  the first day of December next application will be made to the superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of" the'hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as tlie Central  Hotel ,situate at Keremeos Centre, in  the province of British Columbia!  HARRY TWEDDLE  Dated this 10th day of October, 19M.  Hope is to have   another- teacher'  in  the public school.  KEREMEOS-PENTICTON  TU/EDDLE'S  AUTO STAGE SERVICE  i...  > Tweddle's cars are  comfort- \  . i       able.   Tweddle's drivers \  \                    are experts. ������  ������ No delays. No accielents  ' t Autos leave Penticton every morning to connect with trains to Hedley,  Princeton, Coalmont, Oroville and  all Boundary points.  Leave Keremeos for Penticton on  arrival of Great Northern trains  Fare��������� single $6.00  RETURjr'$11.00 ���������    '  Baggage-carried. Cbmmeroia trunks  arranged for  Break the monotony of train and  boat travel and-tuko an auto trip.  When you arrive1 at' Penticton  Keremeos ask for  TWEDDLE'S 'AUTO STAGE  Cars Call tit'till Hotels '  s'W'O  SING* LEE  Laundry,    Contracting    of   all  ' kinds,  Ditch ^'digging,  Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking  and all kinds of Chinese  Labor. ��������� T.  Keremeos, B.<fLJ "' ;  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.       i  for sale at right prices  TOnW\-.rY SING, Keremeos  WE'VE GOT THE BUSINESS  AND THERE IS GOOD REASON WHY  If we were to be here to-day and pack up  and go tomorrow we could perhaps afford to  rungour business along slip-shod lines. We  are here, however, to build a business. This  we intend to do by stocking high-grade  , ' goods and selling at alow margin of profit.  See our superior line- of Goods  for Spring.  PRANK  RICHTER   ESTATE  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvement",.  Kei.uk (A) Mineral Claim, situate in the O'so-  QB?!yoosS Mininf-*iDlvisioi)Bo(  Yale District.  Where located: - Nickel Plate jMouiitioii.  "T"akc notice that W. Arnott, Free Miner's  ��������������������������� Certificate No. 75114. intends, sixty elays  from the date hereof, to apply to lhe Mining  Recorder for a Certificate-of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a- Crown Gr.mt of  tho above claim.  And further take notice that' actien. under  section -85. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. ���������  Dated this 22nd day of Ang'ust.-A. Ti\, 1914  When   Writing   Advertisers   Please  Mention this Paper. * "���������������.  NOTICE;  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  'FKnsrDENxrAL-TuYifNGr.i* Fit action*' Mineral  ���������" Claim, situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District,    Whore   located:���������  ���������'' Nickel Plate Mountain.  "���������pake-notice thatL. H. Patten, Free Miners  ���������*��������� Certificate No. 75135, intends, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining:  Rccordor for a. Certificate of Improvements,  for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of '  tho above claim'. ." - J, ,  And further take-notice that action, under-,  section 85.   must be  commenced, before tho  issuance of such Certificate of  Imprpveinente,  lla   1 c (l t li if- 22nd clay of August. A."D.", 11114.  SUBSCRIBE  FOR THE  GAZETTE  pffigjJPP^^  -TJ'  V  Better than Ringing  chills  m  m  M  m  A PIANO manufacturer recently made a house-  **"*��������� toJiouse canvass. He's one of those men with  an absurd fear of the "waste-circulation" bugaboo  ���������cannot get away from the haunting tholight that  only 10 out of every 100 readers of a newspaper  niay be possible buyers of his goods.  *   ire. ..**.*  ^ So he refused to advertise, and went a-canvassing  Wriviting people to come to his piano recitals.  Then he wondered why they didn't come.  m  m  m  m  i  m  m  ���������Ml.  ,!,-,Thisis why:  ^IHe wasn't reaching the people.  '   "'-His canvassers rang every door-bell in  town.   They talked to some one in every  ���������'   house;' "���������"   .... .,..���������..-... -.' '..������������������.-.������������������'���������:���������-���������'���������<���������  _ ijBiit one in every household isn't enough  f*"?particularly if it doesn't happen to.be  ,.:$e,right person.   And, as a rule, it icasn'l  '''''thfe' right person���������it was a servant, or a  "'' .chili/  The woman of the house was seldom  .seen; the man of the house, never.  \:,',', j',������������I<!>w, .if the piano maker had placed an  r"sid:.in the newspaper, it would have reached  thousands,   where   the   canvassers  could  ... ..l^ach only hundreds.  ..<���������'. And even though only 10 per cent, of the  - readers are actual piano buyers, this doe3  / \aat mean that the advertising read by the  oflier 90 per cent, is Wasted.   Advertising  - * talks, not only to the. prospective buyer,  but also to his wife, his grown-up sons and  daughters, his mother���������even his mother-  in-law. Their coaxing will help to convince  the head of the ��������� house���������and - pretty- soon  there'll be a piano in that home.  This and dozens of similar cases which  might be cited to show that "waste circulation" is an empty bugaboo, and should  deter no one.  Take the motor truck. It can be sold  only to large firms Yet a motor truck  manufacturer is successfully Advertising  in daily papers. He realizes that he must  reach, not alone the managers of the concerns that require trucks, but also their  directors, their foremen, their head machinists, etc. It is found in actual practice  that this Advertising radiates in a thousand  directions, and again converges most astonishingly to influence the house that has  made up its mind that horse-trucking is  too costly and inefficient.  fl  m  m  n  I  m  m  n  m  m  i  i  m  ��������� /*��������� ������/>.%*/--���������  ;>Y  -U  Advice regarding your advertising : problems is available  through any recognized Canadian advertising agency, or the  Secretary of the Canadian Press Association, Room 503  Lumsden Bldg., Toronto. Enquiry involves no obligation  on your part���������so write if interested.  gjjjggEiiigl^  m  o  ;--. ������������������  ���������-.11.

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