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 Bttl v^SSSSSuTiTiin^rSiTri!^  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VII.  HEDLEY, B.C, .THURSDAY:, NOVEMBER 2. 1911.  Number 43.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  .  [18 years' practice in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -;      B. C  COAL STRIKE SETTLED  Hon. Robert Rodgers Was Peacemaker.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Bahxes, Prop.       Pbnticton, B.C.  R. W. DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches,  Properties,. Mines, Timber,  Water Powers  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C.  _N". THOMPSON ' 1'HONK SEVMOUK 5!M3  MGIt; WKSTKUN CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  ^ Steel Manufacturers '  < . Sheffield, Eng.  J. Oftiees and Warehouse, 847.-J53 Beatty-Strect  Vancouver, B. C.  E. H. ROGERS,  m!a., b.c.l.  barrister, solicitor,  notary public, etc  ���������--'���������'���������  -:YERNONi  B. C  Tlie first intimation received in the  Interior of settlement was a wire from  Hon. Robt Rodgers to Hon. Martin  Burrell, then at Nelson "on his way  home to Grand Forks.  These telegrams show official announcement at Ottfiwaand reply from  Labor department..  From Hon. Robert Rogers, minister  of Interior. Lethbridge, 'A.ltn.-, Oct;, 26,  1911: '-Have succeeded in getting full  and complete settlement of strike  signed by both parties."  To Hon. Robert Rodgers, from F A.  Acland, deputy minister of labor: "1  am directed by the minister of labor  to convey to you his utmost cordial  congratulations on the splendid success resulting from your efforts in the  cause of industrial peace, thus bring-  ings to a close the prolonged dispute  in western coal mines. I am also to  request you will kindly convey the  ministers'best'wishes on behalf of the  parties and the expression of his desire that the settlement effected may  bring a season of extended prosperity  and good feelings."  THE COAST CONNECTION  The Railway Programme   East   of  the  Hope. Range  HANDING IT TO AM BY  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation. 'Bar Stocked With  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  JL A. F. & A. M.  ���������"^raV"      REGULAR monthly meeting** of  /^/\   Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  arc held.on the'second  Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  J. K. FRASER,  '*'W.M  J. A. SCHUBERT,  Secretary  Tlie following from Lhe Oroville Gazette shows how a former Hedleyite  has been faring, in a foreign land and  illustrates the inadvisability of being  an alien and some other things. The  Gazette says:  '���������According to the Republic Pay-  streak, Andy. McDcrmott, formerly of  this place, has got in bad with the authorities. Andy has been conducting  asjilooii at Republic; and the man who  enjoys a little'/wliirl at the tabooed  ganie of poker hasbeen} supplied the  opportunity, in the house presided  over by the McDerniott. You cannot  ignore the law all the time and escape,  and this Mc discovered to his undoing.  He wiisjHiHed for conducting a gambling game and fined $400 and costs.  Then it -was discovered that he is an  alien. The-law does not permit im  alien to sell liquor in this state, arid  for that offence he was fined -another  $100 and his license revoked. It would  require the "rake-off" ��������� from a great  many games to make Andy even on  the deal."  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Ciunp meets in  Fraternity Hall the '..first and  third Thursdays in the month.  G McEachkrx  -    Counsel  S. 12. Hamilton  Clerk.  I  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  "Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 14th of each month.  Office  on North   Mtiin   Street.  NEW  K. A. C. STUDD  11AKOT.D  MAYKE\DALV  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock Kxchnngo  Real Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W  Opposite New Post Oflice  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  In  his editorial correspondence   to  the Victoria 'Cplqhisi,  Mr. O. H. Lugrin touches on the  riiilw-iy construction  progiess- in   the -valleys of   tin-  Hope mountain  region,   which  is of  much  interest for people of the lower  mainland,     The  Victoria, Vancouver  and Eastern railway, a subsidiarv line  of the Great Northern, he' writes, will  be  extended from  Princeton to Coal-  munt next  month.1   He also reports a  conversation with Mri Kennedy, engineer in charge of tliti ^ Great Northern  surveys,  who ventured the information   that  tin* work'Of surveying the  grade of the V. V. & E.   1hrough the  Hope   mountains would   be completed  this autumn, and that he expected,the  railway to be completed to  the coast  in two years.    Mr.   Kennedy  also expects that a grade of/two per cent./to  the Fraser valley will be obtained, but  only at great cost, many short tunnels  having to  be driven.    Later a great  seven-mile  tunnel, which  will reduce  the grade to one per cent,  will be put  in,  but how  soon will depend on circumstances. The edjtqr of the Colonist  then  adds; "This authentic statement  as to the plans of the,Great Northern's  people will  be of general interest.    It  is understood that,- the  plans of the  company  contemplate a railway from  Winnipeg tlirough tlie  mountains by  way of Pincher Creek to connect with  its'British Columbia line, and this will  give us" another trans-Canadian road.  Several years ago I wrote to Mr. Jasl,  J. Hill, asking him w,hat would be the  east and west terminal points iu Canada of his system.; His reply was brief.  He said 'VVinnipeg.and. Victbria.' "  The active work on the part of the  Great Northern..'.lias'! doubtless caused  other, railway, interests to direct their  attention to the>Siin,ilkairieen Valley!  Mr. Lugrin notes that Canadian Pacific engineers are examining the route  between. Penticton! and the y.iliey of  the Similkameen, an indication, he  [.takes it, that this' company will not  allow a section of. the couiitry, .where  extensive coal and metalliferous' mining will be carried-on, to remain the  exclusive territory of a rival corporation. Reference is all" made to the  proposals of the Canadian Northern to  build south from Kamloops. From  this Mr. Lugrin concludes that "we  may look, forward to seeing at no distant date three great railway systems  competing in the development of this  interesting region, which lies just east  of the -,mountains flanking the Fraser  Valley on the east."  A PLEASANT VISIT  It was was quite a pleasant surprise  we had on Thursday last  in  receiving  a visit from Col. Cartwriglit, df Sum-  nierland, who h.-wl come over to Keremeos by Studebaker's auto line  on his  way'south   by the Great  Northern;  and having to wait at  Keremeos for  the afternoon  train  going south, he  very kindly decided to  take the run  up to Hedley and spend the wait-over  with    the    editor   in    renewing   old  friendship.    It was over twenty years  ago  when   we served   the  Queen    together hi'Wolseley Barracks, London,  Out.    Since then  we  have   only   met  for a few minutes at a time  on one or  two occasions, and dining the interval  also  he rose by merit  to a, point  very  near the top  of the military ladder in  Canada,   when   he had  to  resign  because of ill-health and seek   a climate  more suitable'to his ailment than that  to which he was subject with the headquarters start' at Ottawa.     His  complaint is bronchial-asthma  of a rather-  exceptional type which will only yield  to the healing influence   of the Okanagan for the summer season  which is  generally the most trying with many  others  who have the same complaint.  For the'coming winter   he decided to  try a point in  Texas about 150  miles  from the Gulf of Mexico and 150 miles  above sea level, to which place he was  then   en  route.     This  location   may  prove the very thing   necessary to his  case and it is to be hoped it may.   The  Colonel'was looking very well  and in  excellent spirits.    Of course  we   had  to chaff each  other a  bit   about the  election, and'the Colonel   as  a son of  the old Liberal   war-horse, Sir Richard, as  may  be   expected,   is a loyal  supporter of that  party ; but the curious part is that when we began to discuss the situation   it was surprising-  how closely together we were 611   the  question of how things  ought to  be,  for chaps. o. opposite sides of the political  fence.    It was  unfortunate    that  he was unable to stay over for another  day, for the. time was altogether too  short to do justice either to the sights  of Hedley   or the discussion   of old  .times.    Nevertheless it was most kind  of him   to  remember  the old friendship and come for the few hours  we  had.  ELECTRIC LINE FOR OKANAGAN  Construction    Will    Be    Started   Next  Spring���������Will Ship T'lcusand  ,���������-.-���������   Carloads of Fruit  Vancouver, B. O.,'Oct.., 20,-:There is  much satisfaction in tin- Okai-ngim  valley over the announcement hy Sir  William Mackenzie that he will start  the construction next spring of an  electric railway in tlie valley. The  news was especially giatifyiug to the  fanners and fruit growers as the proposed line, when completed, will greatly faciliate the distribution of the-  produce of their farms and orchaids,  according to R. H. Agar, a. prominent  fruit grower of Siiininerlaiid. A careful estimate shows that theie are 1,-  500,000 apple, peach, cherry, plum and  pear trees in the valley and new orchards are constantly being planted,"  he said "The valley would ship 1,000  carloads of fruit next season. A large  shipment of selected apples was sent  to Australia this falh"  A GOOD DAY'S WORK  Big Game Hunter Kills the Stanley Park  Marander  CANADA'S    TRADE    INCREASES  P. O. ItOX OlHi  Vancouver,  B. C.  Burne, Temple & Tunbridge  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  1  L. O. L.  Kegiilar monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 17M are held on  the third Monday in every  '^SSiiSl^S* month in Fraternity Hall. Visiting hrctherii arc cordially invited to attend.  AUTHITR ICING, VV. M.  WM.LOXSDALK. Soo't.  PflLflGE,  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stables  HEDI.KY   15. O.  R W. GREGORY  CIVIL K.VGINJOKH a.vd IIUITLSII  COLUMBIA LAND SUUVI-'YOK  Star Building  Princeton  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 11)10  "\Xotico is hereby given that, on the Mist day of  J���������'     December next, appiii-ation will he made  to the Superintendent, of  1'iovincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence lo sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the (Irent Northern  Hotel, situate  in  the town of Hedley in the  .I'rovince of H. C,  Dated this !)th day of October, 11)11  III-1 .10-5. ROTHEK1IAM  "f A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    *i\ Orders for  promptly attended to.  Teaming  OffiGG ot Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon.   It        INNIS  BROS. Proprietors.  More Evidence of Benefit to Accrue from  Defeat of Reciprocity  Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 23���������During September, 1911, the total trade was $69,-  868,429 as against $64,459,495 in September, 1910. For the six months  ending September 20th, 1911, the total  trade was $400,270,855 as against $360,-  277 276 for the same period in 1910.  The imports during September, 1911,  were $43,378,164 as against 38,863,685  in September, 1910. The imports for  the six months weie $258,406,091 as  against $223,406,047 in 1910.  The domestic exports during the six  months were 129, 600,982 and foreign  exports $12,257,779 as against $127,-  525,432 and 9,285,197 respectively last  year.  Since the election the customs department is receiving brisk inquiries  about the valuation of plants from  American fit ms intending to establish  branch factories in Canada. While  reciprocity was pending theseinquiries  almost ceased.  PROGRESS TOWARDS  COALMONT  Vancouver, Oct. 26.���������-The big cougar  which has been roaming the jungles  of the city's 1000 acre Stanley park for  10 days, was despatched by John  Shannon, a big-game hn 11 ter, late this  afternoon. Shannon is one of a score  of marksmen who have been on the  animal's trail. The cougar turns out  to be a mountain lion, measuring from  tip to tip, seven feet.  Shannon only entered upon the  chase this morning. His hounds  caught the trail, whicli led to some  dense undergrowth, where evidently  the lion had been in hiding during the  day, seeking his prey, which has included three of the park's finest deer  and half a dozen goats, by night. The  lion sought safety in a tree and the  rest was easy for Shannon.  The lion is believed to have come  out of the North Vancouver mountains, swimming Vancouver's three  mile wide inlet, and for' nearly two  weeks has had full possession of Stanley park, which was practically deserted by frightened citizens and  tourists. It is the first instance of its  kind in Canada. Shannon reaps a reward ot $150.  (Xelson News)  Mesers. Kennedy and Hale, of the  Great Northern engineering 'staff were  visitors in Coalmont last week. -While  there they made arrangements with  the Columbia Coal & Coke Co. for the  laying of a "Y" for the turning of the  Great Northern engines. The railway  company have already made arrangements for the building for a station,  two houses, coal bunkers, tank, etc.  This work will be prosecuted immediately upon the arrival of the railhead  at Coalmont.     Work is now progress-  FOR GOOD ROADS  Extensive Scheme On Foot���������Convention  Next Week  ing favorably on the last crossing of  the Tulameen river, a few miles below  town, and the middle of November  should see track laying completed.  Eight or ten teams have been kept  busy for the last month or more grading the site for the station buildings  and sidings.  GENERAL NEWS  F. T. Congdon has been defeated in  the Yukon by Dr. Thompson. Cong-  don was a man who would never  elevate public sentiment, hut there-  verse.     The Yukon is well rid of him.  Parties   in   Ontario  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  APPRAISING ESTATE  111  their candidates   for  election then; in Decei  are   lining   up  the  iiber.  Provincial  ( Vernon News.)  F. Hillings who has been appointed  hy the Provincial Government as coin  missioner to adjust a dispute over the  assessment of the Richter estate at  Keremeos, in connection with 111 -��������� succession duties, left on Monday for the  lower country. He was accompanied  by Messrs. Luxton and Robinson, of  Victoria, counsel respectively for the  estate and the government, and Mr.  Reynolds, who acted as secretary to  the commission.  Earl Grey has been given the Grand  Cross of the Order of the Bath.  Lord Strafhcona has presented the  museum aboard Nelson's Victory with  a handsome painting representing the  fleet leaving Gibraltar in IS 12. The  King telegraphed his appreciation of  his generous gift.  Henry B. Clark, who was arrested  in New York for embezzlement in  St. .John, was manager of the Bank of  New Brunswick, up to a few months  ago when lie disappeared and it became known that he was $30,000 short  It is said that Clark lost heavily speculating in cotton,  An important step towards the improvement of existing roads in western Canada will be taken on November 3rd and 4th, when meetings of all  interested in this movement will be  held in New Westminster, B. C. The  meetings will Jie called by Mayor John  A. Lee, and will be attended by a large  number of the members of the Westminster Automobile Club, the Vancouver Auto Club, the Victoria Auto  Club, the Seattle Automobile Club  and other automobile associations.  The Pacific Highway Association  will be represented at the meetings by  a strong delegation, including prominent San Francisco, Portland, Ta-  cotna, Seattle, Bellinghain and Spokane men. These men will come prepared to urge the extension of the .  Pacific Highway, whicli now stretches  from Vancouver. B. C, to Tin Jii'ina.  Mexico, a distance of 2009 miles. The  scheme favored by the 1 lighway enthusiasts is the building of the Pacific  Highway tluough Biiti*-h Columbia,  via Hnzelton, and on to the Yukon.  The extension of the Canadian Highway with the object of eventually  making it a. good road from the Atlantic to the Pacific will also command  much of the attention of the meetings. Resolutions asking the Federal  Government to assist, in this scheme  will be introduced dining the convention.  Other matters to be discussed include the placing of signs and guide  posts along all travelled mads, the  standardizing of legislalion regarding  the speed of automobiles and the "rule  of the road"', and the planning of a  campaign in favor of better roads.  Winston   Churchill is  now first lord  of the Admiralty. rn k  ;i.)LEY. GAZKTTIi)    NOV 2, 1911.  !&!>>    fo'J'Vw*%   '   ^P-flti-'f-i'-������������������-.���������'i  and  Sixnilliasi! ���������."���������������!*. Advertiser.  ssued "ii Thursday, I������>- lhe. IIi*m,KV (ix/.VTTv:  I'UlNTiNl-  A Nil I'Cni-i.'lllNt; l.'UMl'A.W,  l.l.'.nrr.K.   a I.  Hedlev.   11. C.  Subscriptions in Advance  l-Cl* Venr.- : .S'.'.OO  "   (l.'nilod'SluUiM).. .'.-.'.."ill  Advertising Rates  .Measurenioiil, VI lines tn the inch,  Lund Noi ices Corti denies of improvement, etc.  S7.uu I'or (io-day notices, and $.1.(10 for'UI-day  IKlti'CS.  Chiuige-ifor ciiiil.ruet advertisements should  ho in the ollice by noon on -Tuesday.to secure  attention for that, week's issue.  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if ad vertisei-desires, without any extra  charge.  For changes ot'tener than once a month  he   price of composition' will  be charged al  regular rates.  A. MEGRAW. managing Editor.  Full Moon  I!  Last quar.  1:1.  1911  NOV  New Moon  '10  First quar.  'Ii.  1911  the enjoyment  of an iincome  that, exceeds the salary   of $10,000 which goes  with   the chairmanship;   so he   is   imf  attracted to i(. by   the salary, but solely   because  of  'the   important  service  which the. position will enable 'hiin lo  render.     Me has been too busy  a. man  in his own   prnfi-ssion to have attract'  ed any   notice in   the  political, world.  Col.   Cartwriglit  who   went   thiough  It. M. C. at the same time as Leonard  and has had opportunity to note, what  he has accomplished -jince. bears testimony   to Ins eminent fitness  for the  office,  and   we are sure   the Colonel  will   not mind us referring to him   in  this connection.    A few appointments  like this will soon show the public that  Borden   is going to  prove a safe and  capable leader.  ������������������'���������������������������^'^'^���������V-^:- -\.<:**,/C>-  ��������� ���������  ?T -Pjusd. SIMZ :  *.������v  ���������saws  iWCTiiaaiiqtgpspgKnsiuj������jB^ tare) Wfyturizsisu  Sun. Mon. Tues.,Wed. Thu. fri. Sat.|  ,  .1  2  3  ���������  .4'  5  6  7  S  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  ���������26  27  2S  29  30  '���������   .  PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES  The report of the provincial archivist  issued from the department of the  Hon. Provincial Secretary is a document that will be perused with special  gratification by lovers of literature  who may be specially interested in  history and particularly that of their  own province. Not,only are the contents of the report most interesting in  themselves but the satisfaction of  knowing that the early documents (or  at all events so many of theni) are extant and will furnish data upon which  future historians as well as writers of  fiction may find material for books  that will both entertain and instruct,  is of greater importance still. If ever  a country was shabbilv treated in the  matter of preservation of its early records it was the treatment received by  British Columbia at the. hands of the.  United States historian Bancroft who  was infrusted with documents for the  preparation of his history of the province and never returned them, claiming that they had been mislaid and  lost. His history is grossly unfair to  the. province and he. apparent v took  good care to make away with the evidence which would prove hiin unfair.  The* documents he failed to return  covered' the period of the Spanish occupation.  Doubtless there is much matter that  is still in possession of private parties  through the. province, and outside of  it which should be preserved' and the  press of the province should urge upon  all who have documents in their possession dealing with theeaily history  of the | rovince to communicate with  the provincial archivist and let him  know any particulars concerning  them.  It is pleasing to note that the Canadian manufacturers themselves have  taken steps to correct the falsehood so  industriously circulated by the Grit  press that the defeat of reciprocity  will mean a higher tariff wall. President Rowley, of the Canadian Manufacturer's Association, stated officially  that the Association did hot ask for  an increase in the. duties and did not  want such. He also officially disposed  of another fib when he denied that the  ' '  f.-  Association had taken any part in the  election. They believed in protection  but'only sufficient to enable them to.  hold* the home market and tliey consider the present 35% duty ample to  do that. Let the U. S. keep their 75%  wall if they want it, or make it 300%  if they like that better. It is a matter  of indifference to Canada.  METEOROLOGICAL.  A GOOD APPOINTMENT  In the appointment of It. W. Leonard,  of St.   Catharines,   to  the chair*  nianship of the National Transportation Commission is to be seen an earnest of  the clean,  capable government  which Premier Borden is going to give  Canada.     Leonard is admitted by impartial  clitics to be. the fittest man in  Canada for the position, barring none.  He is a graduate of the Royal Military  College at Kingston  and  one  of the  ablest men the institution ever turned  out.     Besides that  he is a practical  railroader who has done  things and  has won his spurs both in the employ  of the  C P. It. and the   New   York  Central.     Had he  been  chairman of  the Commission from the first it would  have saved the people of Canada millions  that have been  wasted on the  G. T. P.   through  dishonest greed on  the part of partisan contractors and.  an incompetent Commission.    He is a  wealthy man who has made his own  money and made it squaraly and is in  The following at-e^hc readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Oct 28,1911:  AT THE MINK.  Maximum        Minimum  Oct 22 . ' ���������--        .....-���������������������������'������������������'���������  23 .. ��������� ���������  24 .. ���������        .. ���������  25 '   .. '.-.' ' ���������  26 .. ���������        .. ���������  27 ..      ���������  ���������        .. ���������  2S           ..         ���������        ..          .   -~  Average maximum temperature ���������  Average, minimum.- do        ���������.  Mean temperature . ���������.���������  Rainfall for the week   0.00 inches.  Snowfall        "       " 0.19    .'. "  - COKKESPO.VDINO WEEK OI''  LAST   YEAH  Highest maximum temperature 50.  ^UWORK,  mKEyowwm  W0RKT00.  BK PETOSmnfi VOUR V.VIIW5'  WITH US THE* VMIVlBRnV J-  4% INTEREST WHICH,  WE CREWT MONTHLY :  /IPIP MOnE^ ISRETURn-  /!BLE ON DEMflriP  /IS QUICKLY H S THEPMILS  GflN GARRY IT.  PEOr^EJOST/l5GflRl0m  /INP CAUTIOUS AS  you Ciin be,  *RR WEU- PLE/I5EP,  m THORDUGHLy  SATISFIED,  A^THTHE\^yiriwii������i  our Business is  TMHSACTRV-fl BUSINESS  M/irW&EI) ey PEOPLE OF  MflTUREPEYI^mt  rlfOSTrlMlVinG  yOUR WME */IPPBESSV  Wl li-PROMPTS BRIH6 yOU  rm iMFORM/rnoii  may be unable to help' you in time of need.     But if  you have money  in a good strong Bank you arc independent of friends. .'% Savings Account in    ,.���������������������������'������������������  The Bank of Brrtisli North imerica  guarantees your independence.     Sums of $1.00 and  upwards received and interest added twice a year.  75 Years in Business. Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  Hedley  Branch,  H. A Hincks, Manager  Average  maximum          do  41.71  Lowest minimum             do  12.  Average  minimum           do  21.42  Mean  do  AT THE MILL.  31.56  Maximum        Minimum  Oct 22  57  33  23  56  42  24  50  36  25  52  27  26  50  26  27  47  23  2S  47  25  Average  maximum temperatui  ���������0 51.2S  Average  minim urn          do  30.28  Mean  do  40.78  Rainfall for the week 0.15 inches  Snowfall  "0.  tt  COHKESPONDING WEEK OK LAST  YEAR  Highest maximum temperatui  e 55  Average  do              do  51.85  Lowest minimum             do  21  Average  .  do              do  30.  Mean  do  40.92  NOTICE  "YTotico is hereby given that on the 2nd (lay of  -L> Deeombcr, 1911, application will bo made  to the Superintendent or Provincial Police for  the transfer of the license for the sale of liquor  by retail upon the premises known as the  keremeos Hotel, situate at Keremeos, from  Geo. Kirby to Mrs. Ada Frances Kirby, of  Keremeos, li. C,  Dated November 2nd. .1911 13-1  George Kirby, Holder of Licence  Mrs. Ada Francos Kirby, applicant for transfer  SHOULPyOUHrlVErlMy  FINANCIAL BUSINESS 111  VANCOUVER "Vicinity  RENTS TO COfcECT,  rlGREEMENTSPORSrlLET  M0RTCt1GE5TOI2oK/������TER  AM COli-EGT,  f {REINSURANCE TO PMG&  LETUS/ITTEnDTOIT.  WE iIRE PLEASiriG  OTHERS UTCWIli- BESURE  TO PLEASE YOU.  321 Salbie Street,  ipVagxcoxiver B.6;gJ  I SHOES SHOES     SHOES  '���������-  ���������_  ���������.  J Winter is coming and you require good  J solid, leather for your shoes that will stand  ��������� the  wear and protect  your feet from the  ^ wet and cold.  ���������  ��������� We  have  them for Men,  Women and  J Children  iu the  most reliable  makes and  T Ave are selling- them at a discount of 20%  ^ oft" our regular marked prices.  i  :  liTilii 11S hatf 0r ds,  Ltd.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910    '       '���������������������������  "jVTotico is hereby'j given, that on the first, day  x' of December next, application will be  made to the siipei-Vntendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence to sell  liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Siniilkaiiieen hotel, situate at Hedley in the  Province of B. C.  Dated this ilth day of October, 1911  40-4 FRANK DOLLEMORE  NOTICE  FRUIT JARS  As  we have had considerable  expeaience in handling fruit j  jars, we can conscientiously recommend  the new American Sealer  Golden State Mason  as the only absolutely perfect sealer on the market.   JsTo new]  cays required.    Opening same width as sealer, and  therefore easy to'clean. No clamps required  a child can open and close them.  On Sale at  Schubert's Supply Stores  Hedley and Tulameen .  Liquor Act, r!������0  "M'otice is hereby given that, on the first day of  -1-' December next, application will be made  to the Superintendent of Provincial police for  renewal of tlie hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Park'Hotel, situate four niilol5 west of Hedley, in the Province  of H. C. '*  Dated the 0th day of October, 1911.  J0-4. JOHN7 COSGROVK  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 11)10  "VTotice is heroby given that on the first day of  -1' December next, application will bo made  to the superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as tho fona hotel, situate nt the Forks of Rock Creek, in the province of Ji. C.  Dated this 9th day of October, 1911  JOHN S. McLEAN  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  "VToticc is hereby given that on the first day of  -L> December next, application will be made  to the supcrintendentof provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Carmi liotel, situ  ato in the town of Carmi, in the province of  B. C.  Dated this 9th day of Octobor, 1911  J. W. NELSON-  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  Motice is heroby given that on tho first day of  -���������-* December next, application will bo made  to tho superintendent or provincial police for  renewal of the hotol licenco to sell liquor by rotail in tho hotel known as tho Rock Creek  hotel, situate at Rock Creok in the province of  B.C.  Dated this 9th day.of Octobor 1911 .   ..,.  H. S. PITTENDRGIH  NOTICE  Liquor Act. 11)10  "M"otice is hereby given that on the first day of  ���������*-'__   December next, application will bo made  to the .Superintendent of provincial police for  renewal or the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Golden Gate  hotel, situate at Fairview, in tho province of  B.C.  Dated this 9th day of October, 1911  40-4 CHARLIE JONES  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO.  PRINCETON, B. C.  Make the  NOTED HOP GOLD BEER  X  THEIR NOTED HALF AND HALF  (HALF STOUT AND PORTER)  is a Winner.  NOTICE  Liquor Act. 1910  "W"otice 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 Dominion hotel,  situate nt Tulameen in the province of B. (!.  Dated this 14th day of Oct. 1911  41-4 DONALD M.c-RAE  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements;.  Sacramknto Mineral Claim situato in the  Osoyoos MininK Division of Yale District.  Where located���������Camp Hedley.  Take notice that I, Adam Creehnan. Free  Miners certificate No. 40574b intend sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improveiiients  for the purposo of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim. ' ,"       ; ;';'   }  And further tako notice that action under  section 87 must be commenced before the issue  of such Certificate of improvements.  .. ADAMCREELMAN .  Dated'this 21st day of September, 1911   '  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIE!  GRAND FORKS, B. C.    Comprising ioo Acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in British Columbia.   All stock wuit'l  ed in our cellars and no duingcr of btiring winter killed trees.  Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Orchards.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  "]V|"oticc is hereby given that on the first day of  -1-' December next, application will be made  to the supcrintendentof provincial police for  renewal or the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Wcstbridge hotel  situate at Wcstbridge. in the province of B. C.  Dated this 9th day of October, 1911  A. I). BROOM FIELD  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  "W"otice is hereby given that on tho first day of  -1-'   -. Decembor next, application will-bo made  to the superintendent of provincial' police for  .renewal of tho hotol licence to soil liquor by rc-  ,t������il In the New Zealand Hotel, situate; at Hedley, in the province of B. C.  Dated this 9th day of October, 1911  .    . JOHN JACKSON  WHEN WRITING ADVERTISERS PLEASE  MENTION" THIS PAPER  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910       ������������������  "W"otice is hereby given that on the first day  ������^ December next, application will be ma  iothe superintendent or provincial^polico :  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by  tail in the hotel known as tho Grand Uni  hotel, situate in Hedley, in the province of B.  Dated this Ilth day of October, 191l',  ANTON WINKL1  County Court of Yale  ���������THE sitting- of tho County Court bf Yale I  x      for Wednesday, November 1st, at Fral  nity hall, Hedley, has been  postponed u|  Wednesday, November 29th. at '������ o'clock,  By Command '  HUGH HUNTERl  Registrar County Coif TifftSW-r^-w' 'if '&&���������?& tSaife&& Ui������gr^S,ffl*-"-" TrrT-1 -^iWf ff .���������l^fjSiVi-' T-jnif V TiW "��������� i? if1**.' -n^ t yc'-j-i -"jv,. ?Lo7  .��������� ,.-... ,���������..... ���������..���������^ j������  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,    NOV 2. 1911.  . Tewsv assd District.  'Yc'stcrdn'y"w,-m All Saints' Day.  (���������Junriiiu* Indian -suiiiixiui*���������"tho siiiii-  , liitii- of All Saints." ..  Mr. ���������iiiid Mrs. Cri'i'liimn have taken  P. M. (-rillespie's house on Duly avenue  anil will oi.-1-upy it in a Week or two.  If any dinmte can, produce a better  October  than   that  which came  to a  ..'close.o.u  Tuesday night we would like  to know   where it is. ���������  0. F. L:uv, mining and real estate  promoter, of Vancouver, arrived in  Hedley ;tlie end of the week and was  looking over the. camp.  P. W. Uregory, O. E., of Princeton,  came in on Monday from Sterling  Creek where he has been surveying a  couple of lunches for Charles Nelson.  Eleven ministers of the Borden cabinet were returiid unopposed on nomination day. On Saturday Yale-Cariboo is likely to extend a like courtesy  to Hon. Martin Burrell.  There is nothing definite yet concerning the Kingston. Word is being  awaited every day either to the effect  that a settlement has been effected or  the case brought to trial.  The danre in tlie hall Monday night  was a pronounced success. There, was  a large turnout; the music supplied by  Mrs. Sproule and W. Knight was good  and everything went oft' smoothly.  Bob Clare was brought down from  the mine   last   week   suffering  from  pneumonia   and a severe   attack   of  grippe.    His condition was serious for  a  couple of clays��������� until he took a turn  for the better. ... . ,        ���������,,     ....   . . ...   , .  this  week. -   The Minister will  be'a  C. E. Oliver came in from the Apex   busy   man    from   now   on,  and ' his  on Saturday .where he left the  con-  friends should try to remember that.  tractors busy at work running in their .   m.        ��������� .     t .    ,,      ... ' ,  ��������� ���������     ������ There is a rumor about to the cfteob  tunnel. Before he left the Apex there  had been a fall of snow of about four  or five inched.  Mrs. Mairhoft'er returned on Saturday from Spokane where she had accompanied her mother, Mrs.Clenmyer,  who was on her way to Minneapolis.  Mrs. Glenmycr is SI years of age and  it showed ��������� wonderful courage and self  reliance on her part to attempt the  trip through from Spokane to Minneapolis alone.  that when the steel reaches Coalmont  and ballasting is completed a new  train schedule will be put in force  which will partly give us what we  .have been asking for without giving  us what we want. The acceptable  part of it is that the Oroville layover  will be cutout, but the unacceptable  part is thct it will come down to a tii-  weekly; train .service, the train running "through from Spokane to Coalmont in one day and back the next..  ' F. 'Conger, representing the Canadian Press Association was in town on  Monday and went up the valley. He  i> eollei-ting information for a'work of  reference whicli the Association is  hringitig.out shortly.  The golf foursomes oir Friday last  developed into a sort of douhle.-barrel-  led best ball three.'ioiiie. The couples  wen;: Miss Williams und Hincks, Mrs.  Junes and Rolls and Mrs. Rothei ham  and Oiiver. The honors went to Miss  Williams and>Hincks.  . Tlie engineer who has been locating  the. provincial.auto highway has found  a-vory good route which conies down  the Siniilkaiiieen from near its hencl  waters on a grade .which has seven  per cent, for its maximum. This is  particularly good for a 'mountain road.  There, is a rumor that seemsto h-tve-  . . . -- f ���������.  good foundation that the Great North-.  ern are soon to build up che Similkameen from Princeton and that the  objective point is not only Copper  Mountain but beyond. Some of the  grounds upon which the rumor is  based point to something probable.  The Sherruhs (negro) gave a creditable performance in Fraternity Hall  on Saturday night. They were not  burnt cork artists but the real thing  and their plantation songs and darky  ditties old and new,, while riot exactly  classic were rendered with harmony  and admirable expression. , ,  Grand Forks tendered Hon. Martin  Burrell a bumper reception on his  return there from Ottawa last week.  It was up to Grand Forks and. she did  it nobly for herself and for Yale-Cariboo. ; Kelowna is repeating it locally  Those, who-have been counting on  haying the privilege of -hunting' and  j trapping beaver this fall will hnve to'  postpone 'their 'hloodthhjsty designs  ag-iinst Canada's emblematic lininial  for a while, longer. A . proclamation  just issued hy the Iiie,u.t-G'overnor..'of  B. Cj. extends the close season for'  beaver for a further period of one  year from Neveinher 10, 11)11..  Hedley audiences have always borne  the reputation of hehaving. theiri^elves  but Saturduy   night was an exception  to the rule.     If hud   whiskey-makes a  liigger foOl: of   the 'boozer   than   the,  more   aiistrocratic   brands   it was a  poor   recommendation  for   the   cluss''  carried  bv  the house which supplied  IhiKparticuIar cargo.    The rebuke acini inistered  by  the lady artist-, in; the  'show was timely ;and well-put and the  audience showed their appreciation of  it by! the applause they gave her.  ; A team from the,livery stable took  French leave of'the driver who was  engaged in unloading some freight at  the   Gazette office,      George   caught  I sight of theiii in time to scramble.info  | the back of. the rig but could not reach j  'the   line"  and   wiis  forced   to-take   a|  riifiry    ride   clown    street   with   the j  | hor.-es  i mining  the show.    After executing, a circle in   the region of the  [ New Zealand   hotel they .collided with  -NOTICE  -    Certificate of Improvements  CifcACicKii-JAc-ic. Cannon.B;u.i. und Wklmnu-  tojc Mineral Claims, situate in I ho Usoyoos  Miniiur ���������Division of  Yule District'.    Where  the sidewalk, al.  which point  George'       'ocitcd: Cump Medley  '.    , ...   .,���������������������������       .   '    i     lukoiiotlceihat I, Frnnk Bnilcy. FrccMiiiei'H  parted company with the concern in n j ���������CertificateXo. ISU09H, for invsolf und ii-jcnl, for  pnrabolic   way but  soon regained    his ;'.!'J!'." G'addcn, etal. Intend.sixty; days from  fooling and proceeded to gather things  together.    The. breakage bill would be  small/ '.:.���������.."���������' '',  Mr. I. 111. Mxmrill, president of the  Hedley Giild Mining Co., who was  in Jiere last week on a visit of inspection', went out again on Friday. He  had a couple of golf matches over the  Hedley links during his visit. In one  of them he took a fall out of Hincks,  getting the round one up on him and  in the other, a best ball foursome in  which MrrriII, Jones, Hincks and Rolls  took part, he beat Rolls by two strokes  on the round, but in the round Hincks  had one stroke to the good on him,  and Jones who has picked up wonderfully in the last ' fortnight was not  very far behind the bunch.  ���������  ! date hereof to apply to the  Mliiiiitc  Iter-ordcr  ' for a Cei-tilk-ute of Improveiiients for the 'purpose of obtaining a down Grant to the above  claims. ' ,.;;���������.  And fiii'thcr lake notice thiit uct.on under  Section !)" in list bo commenced before the issue  of such Cei-tilicato of linpi-ovenionet.  I.'KAXK 11AILKY  September, 20th, 1911 .        KM  NOTICE  Liq'nor Act, 1910  "VYjtico is hereby given that on'the first day of  -u> 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 -Alexandra hotel,  situate at Okmininm Falls, in the province of  Ii. C.  Dated this,9th day of October, 1911  AKNOTT& i-TLVE  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP HEDLEV  WATCH IT GROW  It,is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEV CITY TGWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.,  i?l  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  HEDLEY, B.C.  R I C H  RESOURCES  AST  sur  PRINCETO  The New City with the Payroll  gives you the opportunity for one of the  SOUNDEST INVESTMENTS  in British Columbia.  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  City Lots are being offered for Sale for the first time.    It is inevitable that the value of these lots will Greatly Increase.  Here are some of the reasons.  East Princeton is surrounded by huge deposits of coal,  cement, copper, gold, and other important minerals.  The British Columbia Portland Cement Co. is erecting  a half a million dollar plant which will employ between 300  and 400 men.  The United Empire Co. is shipping a lignite coal of the  best quality and is developing immense copper deposits, requiring large reduction works and several hundred employees.  The Princeton Goal and Land Co. is increasing its daily  shipments to 300 tons of coal, providing employment to  about 150 men. Other coal companies are spending over  $2,000,000 in development, and will give work to at least  1000 men.  For transportation, East Princeton will have, in the near  future, the Great Northern and the Kettle Valley lines, both  of which, will pass through the townsite.  East Princeton is beautifully situated on the Similkameen river, Avith an abundance of water power available. The  new city has every factor for growth into a big industrial  centre.    It presents a rare opportunity for investment.  Get Full Particulars immediately  D. G.  R. E. Ward,  Princeton, B. C.  Pacific Blk., Vancouver, B. C  ���������^���������������������������^^^.���������^���������������������������4^^ THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. .ISOV 2,1911.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen----Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Mr. Mini-head, of Vernon, -avhs a  visitor to town last,week.  0. A. McDonald arrived from Calgary Monday. Mac looks as well as  ever.  F. Flynn, of Biiulsti-eets, came in on  Wednes(l*.i.y to take notes for that  well.known firm.  In Keremeos on Monday October HO,  (Thanksgiving) to Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  Tickle, a daughter.  In Keremeos on Tuesday October 31,  (Hallowe'en) to Mr. and Mrs. H. B.  Meausette, a daughter.  Dr. and Mrs. McEwen, carue down  from Hedley last iwoek and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bromley.  To-night! to-night! the K. K. K. will  nieet at Mrs. J. A. Brown's residence,  for a social and musical evening.  Miss Tenie Iloadhouse. of Penticton,  was a visitor to Keremeos, staying tlie  wei'k end with Mr. and Mrs. Grey.  G-. XV.' Loudon, of Looiuis, Wash,,  was here a few days visiting his sons  and his daughter,-Mrs. F. Richter.  B. AV. Knowlos, of Hedley, was  down Wednesday an id. Thursday on a  business trip, and meeting old friends.  Tom Daly left last Thursday for the  Willamette University, Salem, Ore.  We wish him great success in his  studies. .���������.���������..'���������".''..  August Pedy who has a ten acre lot  a little up the river from town, took  oil1 over thirty tons of potatoes off two  and a. half acres.  Something stirring oh the Apex.  .lust received word from Dave Innis  saying that he is loaded in Penticton  for the Jong climb.  Bruce Cousins was in town renewing old acquaintances, before going  back to Shingle creek, where he now  makes his home.  Mrs. A. F. Kirby gave a very enjoyable Thanksgiving dinner at the  Hotel Keremeos on Monday evening.  The guests proclaimed  it tlie best yet.  Mrs. J". J. Armstrong with her  daughter, Mrs. W. D. Moore, returned from the coast on Wednesday after  having a very  pleasant short holiday.  A liasket social will be held in the  Town Hall, November 9th, in connection with the K. K. K. Everybody  welcome; come and have a good time.  Sherrah's Entertainers gave an exhibition in the Town Hall Thursday  night, and although the show was not  You Buy Right if You Buy at  X H E    B i'G    STO RE  Ladies' Sweater Coats    Ladies' Woollen Gaps  Ladies'Woollen Underwear  The Bargain Table is full of Kitchen Utensils  x  X  X  K  %  $  K  x  ������  K  x  x  X  X  i  X  ������  X  K  x  K  ������  ������  x  x  X  X  si  X  X  c  Men's Sweater Coats       Men's Woolen Shirts  Men's Woollen Underwear Men's Woollen Sox  ���������V Full Line of the Best Quality Groceries  always on hand  s  "S  i  .3  3  I  I  X  ;  x  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^-���������^<*������'!^<>^><������-0--<������'<<^^-^'������������^  ASK FOR  MORELL'S HAMS and  BACON  1  F\ J.  SAUVE  &  CO  I  strictly up to date, they gave us a  good laugh, and provided some music  for a few steps after the show.  The fowl dinner, held by the Methodist Ladies Aid, was a great success,  over eiglity people being present. The  tickets sold amounted to a little over-  forty dollars. Everyone was much  pleased with the way the ladies looked after their guests.  L. A. Clarke, of Green Mountain,  who we understand has taken the contract for putting in the headgate of  the irrigation ditch being constructed  on tlie old It ranch, came in town  .Sunday morning, returning in the  afternoon accompanied by Mrs. Clarke  who has been a. visitor in tlie valley  tlie past few days.  Douglas Parsons, son of H. B. Parsons met with a nasty little accident  whicli might have proved much worse.  Somehow or other lie got hold of a  box of detonators to play with, and  while on the roof of tlie hen house let  the box drop, an explosion followed,  one of tlie caps striking the little fellow in lhe chest. We are pleased to  say that lie. was more scared than  badly hurt.  When T. VV. Coleman returned  from Coalmont unexpectedly last  Tuesday evening he met with quite a  Mil pi ise, for on going home he opened  tlie door and hearing a noise in the  next room   he wondered why  Jiis son  Mr. Godfrey Wells accompanied by  blie Bev. J. A. Cleland, of-Penticton,  came in Saturday evening and held  the English Church service hioviiing'  and evening, in the school house on  Sunday. ,,     *-.._'  Last week everything was of the  hustle and bustle order, as" four carloads of construction material for the  Kettle Valley railroad came in and  about a dozen men were employed unloading steel etc. and loading the  freight wagons in 'preparation to haul  across the divide. It's like old times  to see the four horse teams pulling  out at daylight for their long trip.  A special commission has been appointed by the government to look  into the matter of taxation of the  Richter estate. F. Billings, Vernon,  is chairman of the commission with  W. A. Lang,! of PeaciilaiuV and'W. H.  Watson, ot Sumiiieilaiid, as valuators.  Harold B. Robinson and Mr. Luxtori,  of Victoria, were in attendance as  counsel, the former for the .government and the latter for the Richter  estate.  Keremeos was favored on Thursday  last with a visit from Robt. W. Mills,  advertising agent for the. G. N. R.,  St. Paul. Mr. Mills is engaged in collecting" material for an illustrated  booklet for publicity purposes, to embrace the upper Columbia, Okanagan  and Similkameen River districts which  will be widely circulated by his company. In view of the fact that Mr.  Mills had already visited the other  valleys mentioned his enthusiasm over  the charms of our, own iiistiicfc was  appreciated. Mr. Kirby fias; undertaken to obtain fliat hand information  in tho form of letters from some of  our enterprising orchardists as to the  productiveness of the soil, and Miss  McCoiinell is engaged in making prints  from negatives taken by herself and  by Rev. A. H. Cameron, to be used in  illustrating. .  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, ^CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,-  : FIRE INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  Just Received a nice line of  Cadbury's Confectionery and  Rogers' Chocolates  FRANK  RICHTER &  CO.  *������������������&  OFFICE  KEREMEOS. B.C.  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOriMY SING, Keremeos  C.m.   SHAW  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provincial Land Surveyor.  ��������� Office of J. A. Brown  KEREMEOS - -  B. C.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910 .;���������-.'-  ���������"���������JoticD is hereby given that. on. the first day of  -V* December next, application will .be maclo  to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Bridesville hotel  situate at Bridesville in the province of B, O.  Dated this ilth day of. October, 1911  40-4 THOS. WALSH  GENERAL NEWS  I'jorne was home on that evening. He  ���������-poke up calling him by name. N"  one answering, lie struck a match and  walked in the next loom only to be  confronted by an individual who was  apparently very tired and couldn't  .sleep for In- had been stacking up more  sleeping draughts and drugs than he  could possibly use up in ten years. He  said lie was looking for opium but  couldn't find any. If Mr. Coleman had  thought of it he could have made him  up a. fine dope. The impromptu caller  took a dive through the window, and  Avhellier an aviator or not he certainly  (lew his kite.  A strong party in the United States  are agitating for the abrogation of the  treaty of 1S32 with Russia.  Women are not allowed to either  qualify as legal practitioners pr practice law in British Columbia. That is  tlie decision given out by Chief Justice  Morrison.  The mover and seconder of the address when the new federal parliament assembles on November 15tJi are  Ii. B. Bennett, of Calgary, and Albert  Seyigny, of Dorchester, Que. The  latter speech will be in French.  in a Winnipeg branch of tlie Union  Bank of Canada fire was discovered in  two places and the books of the bank  were burning. An audit made immediately afterwards showed a shortage of $5000 and as a result of it the  ledger-keeper and teller were put under arrest, and the whole staff suspended.  DIRSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  "JV"otice is hereby given that the partnership  ���������** lately subsisting between us, the undersigned Waverley A. Keith." .Frank  Forester  Ketchum  Robert Wood and Ralph Smailes,  carrying on business as General Merchants, at  Bcavcrdoll in the County of Yale', under the  style or firm of "\V. A. Keith ��������� & Co," was on'  the 21st day of September, 1911. dissolved by  mutual consent, and that the business will in  future be carried on by the said Waverley A,  Keith and Frank Forester Ketohuin under the  said tirni'-name of "AV: A. Keith &'Co.  ��������� All debts owing to the said partnership are  to be paid to said AVaverly A, Keith and Frank  Forester -Kotchuni, arid all clainis against the  said partnership arc to be paid by them.      ;  v Dated tlie 30lih day ofl September. 1911  ���������Waverley A. Keith Robert Wood  Frank Forester Ketchu'm     Ralph Smailes .'  ������  .������  ������-  FiGUREOUT  What a few Aqre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  , Can you do better with }rour savings by  sencling them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, thaii by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as the bank arid at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested. *  /':'* '.'.���������.     --        REMEMBBR  W������  offer no land but what has  the  water al-  - readvori 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.  .������  #������������������  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral Claims  F.ov unpaid  taxes in Kettle River Assessment District,  Pi-ovincefj-fof British  Columbia  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1911  "VTotice is hereby given that, on the first tiny of  -^ December next, application will be made  to the superintendent of provincial police for  reniewal of the hotol licence to sell liquor by  retail in the hotel known as the Smith Hotel  situate at Bciivci-dell. in the province of B. C.  Dated this 9th day of October, 1911  10-1 JO AX M. SMITH  Owner '.' ' ' Name of Claim  J.;a. Mara Argcn    F. R. Kline  Favourite   F. R. Kline  .:.... .....Waneta   F, H. Wollaston, C. de B. Green, International.  J. 1). Briczo...; ���������".'-.'..'.....:. Independence.. -.  J. D. Briczo -...; Oro Firio..:'......  Hirsholl Cohen  ���������'...' Lakeview ;..  Hirshcll Concn  .'���������."; Riverside ".'.   Lemon Gold Mining Co. Lemon '.-;.'   W. Klscn :. Jewel.   H.M. Johnson, et al  King Salomon...  .I.N. Paton, R. Smailes...  Springrield...   H. W. Yates  ..Mount Adams'...  W; H. Thonics Nickorson   P. McAi'tlmr, D. Black Green Mountain.  P. McArthur. 1). Black Black   P. McArthur, D. Black. Alfred ....  Lot Xo. Taxes   243 10 .t0....   94-4 n 00....   945 2(i 00....  ....107(1... 21 50.:..  ...Uli)........* 25 50...   14J8r .-. 25 50....   575 10 50....   72S..:.. 2li 00....   750. 2(i 00....  ....2785..... 18 00....  ...3126....: 21 50.'...  ....2917..... 20 00....  ,...1145 9 50....  .. .1903. 2(i oo.:..  ....11101 l(i 50....  ....1(102 22 00....  Costs  Total   2 00   .....12 50   2 00 ....  ....;23 00   2 00   .....28 00  .....2 00....   20 50  .....2 00....  ..:..27 50   2 00   .....27 50   2 00    12 50  ;-....2 00   ......28 00   2 00    28 00   2 00.'....  .....20 00  .....2 00   .. -.. .23 50  .....2 00   .....28 00   2 00    11 50  .:...'������ 00   .....28 00   .2 00   .....18 50   2 00   .... .24 00   2 00   ......22 00   2 00   ..."..IB 00   2 00 ...  .....41 00  j  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910     ���������  "\rotice is hereby given that on the first day of  -L> December next, application will be made  to the -siipci-intcmlont of provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Central hotel,  situate at ICeremeos Centre, in tlie province of  B. C.  Dated this ilth day of October, 1911  H. TWKDDLK  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  I IE A L liSTATK'" MIN KS  Agent for :  London & Lancashire  Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean  Accident and Guiu-antee Co.  KlSHISMKOK. B. (.''.  TRY THE  Hedley   Gazette  FOR  Fine Job Printing  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  "\rotice is hereby given that, on the lii-stday of  -���������-' December next, application will be made  to the superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of tlie hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Keremeos hotel,  situate at-Keremeos, in the province of B. C.  Dated this Ilth day of October, 1911  10-1 'GFO. KIRIiV  .1(103    20 00...  S. M. Johnson, et al Lucky Boy 2331 14 00   G. Bennett, H. .1. Honian Kdward the Seventh .3499 39 00   0. Phipps," S.* Rosenhanpt Henrietta, 2794 25 00 2 (HI 27 00  S. M. Johnson, et, al Never Sweat Frac .. .2333  9 50 2 00 .11 50  B. C. Development Red Jacket 2332  19 00 2 00 ...21 00  . I, hereby give notice, that on Monday, the (ith day of November. A. D. 1911 at the hour of  10 o'clock in the forenoon, at tho Government Olliee. Fail-view, J shall otter for sale at Public  Auction, the Crown-Granted Mineral Claims hereinafter set out. of the persons in said list hereinafter set out. for the delinquent taxes, unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of .1 une. A.D.  1911, and for costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount  due is not sooner paid.  Dated at Fail-view this 2(ith day of September, A. D. 1911  RONALD HKWAT  Assessor and Collector, Kettle River.Assessment District.  Kcrcmeos-Pcnticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. in., arriving1 in  Keremeos at ,110011.  XV. E. Welhv, Proprietor.  PentiGton-Kereiiieos  AUTO STAGE  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.' '  Ktskbmeos, B.C.  NOTICE  SI'AIILKAMKK.V LAND DISTUIC.T  MSTKIIT OK VAI.K  "���������pAICF. notice tlml  L       of  ICei-emeos  t 1, Lornu Stanley Coleman,  mens,  ranehei-,   intends to apply  for permission to purchase the  following described lands  '  Commencing at a post planted about lOehs.  casl.ol' thos. o. corner of Lot.29s, thence south  about (ill chains to a point 00 feet north of the  International boundary line, thence west 20  chains, thcucc north (iochiiins, thence east. 20  chains to point of commencement, containing  120 acres more or loss.  LOUNK STAXLIOV COLFMAX  August I7th, 1911  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. Ii. Station  MRS.  A. F. KIRBY,   Proprietress.  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  Fine job Printing  Makes  the round   trip between  Keremeos and Penticton  everyday and  Meets All Trains & Boats  Mtil-:ing  Close Connections and  Affording Rapid Transit  No Driver allowed to handle  car who does not thoroughly  understand his car and must  exercise greatest care at fill  times.  Fare $6.00.   Return $10.00  S. M. ^TUDEBAKER  SUBSCItlBlC  FOB  THIS   CAZKTTE

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