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Array iV'/i   ',    '...   *��������� '*  ���������u      NOV 1-5 "1915       )|  rY>   Librarian  L������iyi->utviy*9 Anei'Mblf  uur 14.  AND .SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  C, THURSDAY, XOYEMP-KK 11, I9lf>.  ^gjpju,    $2.00, In Advance  JflS.GLflRKE,  UUatchmaker  H-IEDL-E-V.B.G.  Clocks and WatGhes tor Sale.  N. Tuoaii'S n  I'UONH Sl'.YMOUll SSM'-J  MGK. VVESTK11N O.VN.VDA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  ^Sheffield, Eng.  Ofiices and Warehouse, S17-03 iJejitty Street  ' Vancouver, B. C.   ���������'  A. F. & A. M.  ?G~W REGULAR monthly inoetingi of  ^ M Hedley Lodge No. IS. A. l<\ & A. M.,  aro lield on tho second f> nday. in  each'month in Fraternity hall.Uoilloy. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  A. CRE^LMAN,  vv. m  S. E. HAMILTON,  Seci otary  L. O. L.  The Regular    meetings of  Hedley Lodge 171-1 arc held on  the  lirst and third Monday in  ^^. every month in the Orange Hall  <j������9   Ladies meet 2nd and 1 Mondays  Visiting bretliern are cordially invited  A. J. KING, W. JI  C. P. DALTON, Sec't.  F^.  F������.  BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  P. O. DlU-WKK 160  Tel. No. 27  PENTICTON,  B. C.  P. W.'GREGORY  CIVIL   ENGINEER  and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVKYOR  Star Building  Princeton  \J\J ?M t or GIay t p n  *KarristerrSol^'itof."'Kfcr "  jrONlSY TO  LOAN  MINING NOTES  Big developments are under way jiikI  contemplated by tin- A. W. McCune  interests .-it Ainswnrth. Mr. McCune  is reported to li.-ive made'a deal for the  K.-u'ii, Blackbird, theCiow Fledging,  and other properties in the'vicinity of  the Dictator claim and has about closed -arrangements for a lease of the  of the Coffee creek air compressor,  which is to supply air to be used in tlie  development of the properties involved. ���������Kootenaian.  \V. Yolando Williams, formerly consulting engineer for"the Granby cotu-  'pany, accompanied by E. Levy, superintendent of the Josie mineatltos.sland  were in the camp for a couple of days  during the week. While here Uncouple paid a visit to the City'.'of Paris  mine, a property situata on the Canadian side of the "Boundary line, and  immediately adjoining IheBiitish Columbia Copper company's Lone^Stai  mine in 'Wash. In the early days of  Phoenix, some very fine ore was taken  from the "Paris", and the first ore  smelted at Grand Forks came from it.  ���������Pioneer. ���������  PENTICTON,  B. C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  H. I. JONES, manager  Roller Skaling'on Tuesday and Thursday  each week, from 7:30���������10 p.m.; admission  ' 25c, skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:o0  to 5 p.m. for ladies only, admission  10c.  Also open for Dances and Other Engagements.  .GREAT. NORTHERN  HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates moderate  "  *" First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  tt    ���������  I'Qra-nd Union  Hotel  HEDLEY;   British Columbia  X  X  'X  1  X  X  x  X  X  %  I  X  X  $  X  X  X  9?  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.   WINKLER,.     Proprietor. %  Wl?^������?������������?������?S������������'St������J������?������5������?*?������?*S������?������lWWW������Wt  -9C  s?  AifiAT  B   D   B   ���������  ^  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  hand. Fresh Fish on  sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMOND, Prop.  j>  In the Lillooet country within the  hist couple ,of weeks has been located  a gold quartz prospect from which the  highe.-t of five samples taken from the  ledge has assayed at over $1S0 a ton.  The find was made by W. Guttridge  and another prospector. Mr. Gultridge  is an old timei in the province, having  .B.'icJ".?-'.? TrVU.I i'-Vr *)('���������% Tfiidson Bay Co.  on the Peace and Mackenzie rivers in  1S93. Since that time he has ruined in  Alaska, and was in the Kootunays in  the early times. Last summer he was  prospecting in'theTeslin Lake country  in Southern Alaska. It is decl.-u-ad"  the ledge was previously discovered  and partly" worked by a party of  Americans who, however, disappeared  in the vortex of the Civil War to  which they returned. A Hudson Bay  trader shared this knowledge with  them of the. location, and recently  Guttridge and the other prospector received the benefit of it. It is describ  ed as 11 contact vein four feet wide, of  tnlcon schist and quartisite, with a 35  degree dip, striking northeast and well  in on the mountain summit.���������Pioneer.  Hedley Scouts Have  New- Scoutmaster  An important strike was made in  the 900-foot level of the Payne mine  near Sandon, B. C, according to a report received yesterday from A. McQueen of Kaslo, assessor of the district. News of the discovery came  from the foreman of the mine by telephone to W. E. Zwicky, general manager of the Payne company, at Kaslo.  The report states that the exposure  was made in a 25-foot drift from the  crosscut tunnel, where two feeb of  high-grade lead-silver-zinc were opened. It is said the formation is similar  to that in the old upper workings of  the mine,which produced more than  ������1,000,000   net a number of years ago.  The Payne mine is a pioneer property of the Sandon region, and several months irgo the company completed  a long lower crosscut tunnel, from  which 1111 upraise has been run to connect with the old workings. The-management plans to crosscut to tho ore  body every 120 feet in the upraise, and  the strike on the 900-foot level is the  first result of this plau of development.���������Miner.  Send in your personal items to the  Society Editor and help to make the  local paper interesting.  Jledley Scout--, have been active during the past two weeks and have succeeded . in rc-organizing under the  -most propil ious/circuruitances*'.  Scoutmaster Stanton met with them  lust week and ".hey appointed a com  mittee of husim-ss men, consisting of  Messrs. G. P. Jones, Dr. M. D. McEwen  II. .Tones, P. ^>. Gillespie and A. B.  Stanley. A coi,filiation followed and  the name of 'lr. Thomas Porteous  was mentionecl-J'or Scoiitmnstci :  When seen Mr. Porteous consented  to act and was "present at the meeting  Tuesdav evening. Twelve Scouts  were present,"1 ���������including four Tender-  feet. These latle.r.have given evidence  of being able, to pass their examination  at I lie next meeting and all will then  be on the levelbf Scouts.  At the incHi'-'jng Tuesday Mr. Porte"  ous took oyer;,the command of the  hoys and put them through some preliminary drill.'.which will be of great  benefit to the boys in their 'future  work. The ruiw Scoutmaster has the  respect and will soon have the confidence-of each'- of the boys and weex  pect great thi'hgs from the boys as the  week's roll on.- With a Scout'master  of the splendid calibre of Mr. Porteous,  with the. use of the Opera House, for  drilling and athletic work, with tin-  support of the people of Hedley,. we  look for the Boy Scouts of Hedley to  become a power for the good of every  boy in the district,   who really wishes  tl.7V  c!hi*-l"*^si,'  Following are the officers and mem  hers of the local association:  Hon. Pres., O. Jones; Pres. F. H.  St.-mton; Vice Pres., Dr. M. D. McEwen; Secietary, A. B. S. Stanley;  Treasurer, F. M. Gillespie.  Scoutmaster, T. C.  Porteous: Assistant, H. F. Jones.  Tiger Patrol, Color Yellow���������Bertie  Jones, Patrol Leader; George Bcale,  Corporal; Claire Lootner; Ned Joyner;  Arthur Stanley; Robert Boyd.  Lion Patrol, Color Red���������Wesley  Lyons, Patrol Leader; Gomer Jones,  Corporal; Henry Jones, Bugler; John  Smith; Orville Simons; Gordon Stanley.  Troop Secretary, George Beale;  Tie-rsurer, Hcniy Jones.  The Scouts desire to thank Mr. G. P.  Jones for the . load of wood which he  kindly gave them; also Mr. G.Lyons  for his kind offer.  Sees Chance For  B. C. Trappers  In a recent article, A. B. Shubert,  Inc., Chiciigoj the largost house in the  world, dealing in raw furs-, states that  the reasons underlying the present  great demand for furs is the enormous  increased purchasing power of the  American people. Furs are more fashionable than ever, he says, and the  demand of the dress and garment makers far exceeds the anticipated demands of the cutlers of fur trimmers,  whose orders are not for yards, as formerly, but. for miles, of all grades of  every species of furs. The extraordinary demand for the manufactured  o-oods 'created a big demand for raw  furs, and stocks in the hands of the  raw fur dealers are practically closed  out. This condition of affairs will unquestionably create a big demand for  the November and December fresh-  caught goods, and no doubt make  trapping in British Columbia a very  profitable occupation.���������Pioneer,  Coll' Club, Merrill  Cup Competition  Just before the first snow arrived a  very successful Golf Season was closed  with the. final match I'm-the Merrill  Cup Competition. Mr,' P. Murray ear  rying off the honors:  To,,.lhose who have followed tne  game closely during the competition  lhe result, was in doubt to the last.  Being'a handicap competition it was  indeep giatifying to. note that a  scratch man won in the final honor  .after a close and hard light. Mr. P.  Murray won the. final match from Mr.  H. D. Barnes, 2 up and 1 to play.  The match was interesting from  the start. The first round' gave Mr.  Barnes 1 hole to the good. In the  second round Barnes won the first  hole, tied the next three holes. The  game now stood Barnes 2 up with 5 t<>  play. This, was enough for Murray  and with ���������������omo brilliant play he captured the next four holes in exactly 17  strokes.    .  Mr. Barnes being the runner-up in  the competition cariies nil the Club  Runner-up Medal for 1015.  The following look part, in the corii-  p-tition:-TI. D. Barnes; C. P. Dalton;  'W.J. On mack; G. H. Sproule; C.  Brown;.G. P. Jones; F. II. Freuch;  Mr.-. Rolheiham; B. XX7: Knowles; R'  S. Collin: W. Corrigan; Miss Tompkins; S. E. Hamilton; P. Murray; L.  C. Rolls; Jas. Clarke.  Killing of Miss Edith Cavell  She'd     harbored   British,     Belgians,  French;  She'll even helped them to escape.  Her murderers said.  To join their colors, man their trench,  Strike Germans dead.  For this   great, trait'rous wrong they  tried her.  She only helped, take note, her side  In its sore strait.  She was a nurse,   ah, woe betide  her!  She'd earned their hate.  And so   they sentenced her   to death,  "Because she'd helped," they said, "in  war."  She was no spy.  She'd    loved     her   own   with   every  breath;  Now she must die!  They killed her in a garden, boys.  A kindly, gentle woman, boys,  She was alone!  Her life soon ended, all her joys  Like wild birds flown.  They bound a scarf about her eyes:  Her gentle, kindly, patient eyes:  Seven were there  To do that maid to shameful death.  To kill, to scare!  She came from an adjoining place.  By vilest German murderers led.  Ah, she was pale!  Yeb   brave her heart   and   sweet   her  fiice;  Bul.flcsh did fail  Her limbs gave way,  she, fainting fell  Before   those    damned     and    savage  brutes,  Their leader, then, a fiend of Hell.  Killed with his gunl  Are murderers, now, to rule this earth?  To kill our mothers, sisters, wives.  Destroy our race?  Of manhood mongst us is there dearth?  A sorry case!  For every drop  in that girl's veins,  Up, Men 1 and kill! kill!.kill 1  That German horde,  Till Right and   Justico hold the reins;  Help us O Lord !��������� Frank Hotjohtok.  Bob McCurdy Recalls  Greatest Battle of War  The crowd which turned out Saturday evening to the smoker iu the  Opera House while.'not as large as it  should have been, was still a- very  satisfactory turn-out and the program  wa.i ihoioughly enjoyed by everyone'  p resell I, *  Needless- to say the biggest and at  the same time, the most intere.-ting  item on the program vvas the address  by Boli McCurdy. This young man,  iv-pi'iidiiig to the. applause. '-which  greeted his name, vvln-n called . upon, ���������  liegaii ut the. beginning and told the  story of his experience as a soldier of  lhe Empire, right from' the lime he  lei 1 England until he returned home"  anil V\ en mentioned   his   recption   at  Kereuieos and Hedlev.'  - ���������  I-  The story itself is very interesting,  nut when 1 ceiled as only a participant  and eye-witness can recall each varying plia.-c, each new expel lenc'e, lhe  la It- gathers inieresl as it proceeds and  at the climax one is spell-bound, inier-  e.-ted, one sees the trench-scarred  liatlle ground, one hears the shriek of .  ..hells, all feel a two-fold pily, first for  the boy who went- away and lost an  eye, and second i'or the boy, the same  ooy, who would go back' if he could to  stand once again with his hero chums  of lhe gi-rtat charge, lo share their perils aud with them to give��������� the other  eye, or if need be, his life, in defense  of lhe Empire which he loves and  which if the _ greatest Empire in the  world-because it can boast of he'ro-  patriiits, men who are maile "ol the*  stuff lhat BobMcCuidy is made of,  men who .are eager to volunteer for  sei vice, men who feel il a disgrace to  be unable to fight the battles of the  flag they call their own.  No dispatches ever described the  taking of the trenches as Bob can tell  it. No writer could convey the sights  and scenes as he can. Each time he  tells it he lives again the days, the  hours and the minutes of his brief experiences in the service of his country.  Had he not been hit, had he remained  and come through all the war, he  would have been an officer vviihout  a shadow of doubt. But as it is his  lol is harder far than those his brave  companions who today are bearing the  fatigue and suffering the wound.-, of  this tenible war. because he cannot  go back to share il with them, and to  know and feel his value to the. Empire.  Prolonged applause followed his address and the rest of the program,'excellent though it was, was of secondary consideration to the feelings  aroused by the plain utterances of this  hero-patriot.  S. E. Hamilton in a humorous sketch  with well   waxed  moustache   showed  the Kaiser   vainly   trying to get   into  telephonic   communication   with   his    ���������  ally at Vienna.  Jim Murdock, Joe Brown, Tommy  Willey and others rounded out a substantial program and.with the able  assistance of the: band made the event  one of the most successful of the  scries.  Bob Lockhart and Billy Simonds  who left the other day for a short  hunting trip were lucky enough to  each get a big buck. They returned  to town yesterday and each finds he  has a large circle of intimate friends,  Of course these two were exceptionally large specimens of tho deer family  and maybe could be induced to feed  the multitude.  IBB  -jfiJal  MBOM  MrittMuMtffclMriM TH Ifi HEDIEY GAZETTE. NOV.  11.1915  and  Similkameen. Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Billy Hope Writes to  Trench Pal, MeCurdv  Si (Hi  . ijO  . I'niti'd .Slatti-I   Advertising Rates  \lrii-,uri'.mc'iit. l'_ line.-- to thu im-li.  Trim-lent Advertisements���������not uxccudiiiK ������'io  inch, 81.0(1 for one insertion. 15 contn for  ��������� ���������aoh Kuli-ofiuunt, insertion. Over ono inch,  !H '���������-.���������ills por lino for lirst insertion und o  conti* pur lino for i!iU:li .���������iiibsonuont iu-.i-.rl ion.  Tr-insiont* payalilu in mlviuicu.  Contract Ailvertisements-^Ono inch per inonLli  Sl.i-i: over 1 inch ami up to I incln.'-. SI.00  por inch pomionlh. To constant :ul vorti-ors  taking larger space than four indies, on  applii.-iilion.iii.tos will ho sivon of reduced  chart-OS, bie-ort on size of space and length  of time.  Certillciilo of linprovomonts ������10.00  (Whine inoro thiol one claim appears  in notice. *ji.J0 for each additional  claim.)  A. B. S. STANLEY, Editor  Prohibition.  This worthy canst- seems to  have fallen into ratliei* (jitoslioir.-  able hands, in some casus at  least.  Wo mention partic-tikii'ly a  certain entity, (one could hardly  insult his neighbor by calling it  ii man) who is at present in  Keremeos on business. but  whose permanent home is at  the coast. At a public meeting  in Keromeos, speaking on what  lie was pleased to term Prohibition, he laid an insult at the  door ol: every homo in that  patriotic, town when, after  humming, hawing and hedging*,  he stated that ill the boys wore  back from the front they would  all vote for prohibition, as the  reason most of th<;..i wont to  the front was to get away from  the liquor.  This lloarloss(V) .advocate of  prohibition lias four sous.  Are they at the front"? Mo,  they are not afraid of liquor,  they are up in the north trapping, wont there as soon as war  was declared.  God hoi]) the. c;i,uso oil prohibition if it has to roach its noble  aims through the medium of  such a fester-pimple as this.  To the credit of the "-law-abiding,  town of Keremeos, be. it, said  that no demonstration followed.  But the low skunk is ostracised  in the commnuity and if he fails  to get out at once it is only because the manhood in him is at  such a low ebb as to have lost  sensibility to tlie commonest of  the human emotions���������self respect. ".-.-'���������  A glance   at the   list of   contents of  the November issue of Rod and Gun in  Canada   magazine indicates   that this  number is of   general   interest to   the  outdoor lover and  sportsman, while a.  reading   of  the number  justifies   the  first   impression.    "Big Alex and the  Portage of   Death"   is a Hudson   Bay  story hy   R. J. Fraser of   pathetic  interest, concerning a.veritable "portage  of death" which was  negotiated by an  unfortunate  band of Indians, the victims of  a   factor's    cruelty.    "Martin  and the Mortgage" is another of H. C.  Haddon's   stories and has   to do with  the capture of a den of black fox puppies.    "How   Saunders     caught    the  Game Hog" is a story of deer hunting  by camera   vs* deer hunting   by   gun,  written and illustrated by F. V. Williams.    There   are   other stories   that  make a like appeal  to the readers of a  sportsman's   magazine -is   well as the  usual special   departing its  devoted to  guns and ammunition,fishing, etc. W.  J. Taylor,   Limited, Woodstock,   Out.  are the publishers.  Talk about the Gazette. Let us  send a copy to your friends in the Old  Country.  loth Canadian Battalion,  No. 1 Co. No, I platoon  C. I-:. P. France, Oct. 12, I'll.")  Dear Pa! Hob:  Was very glad to hear from you  lather thought you had forgotten us  all. bat at the same lime hud an idea  the way things would be going with  you and thought it would be pretty  hiiid for you Lo settle down and write  lis I often feel like that myself.  Well [ just goL through _ bathing  myself had a good wash and goL my  Iriisly ��������� old rille cleaned up so I crept  biii'k into my little old dugiuit and  siiid I would drop my old bed mate a  line. Tomorrow 1 am going to lake  the thiid di'gree in the "suicide club",  with a ten days course in the bomb  throwers. Everyone in the regiment  must take a course in theni now so  apparently it has come my turn. Since  coming back we have had it very calm  in the fighting line. Nothing like the  last days-you and I had and the trenches have, been much better than l.hey  vvei e theie. The boys- tell me thai  with the exception of a few days  rijdil after that they have, had it easy  in the lighting line but lots of work  parties aL times.  1 had a line from Willie MeEvvan  lust night reminding me of .the anniversary of our Hope mountain crip  and saying you' were visiting him.  Hedley seems to be doing her pari  nobly in men, guns aud money and  apparently Keiemeos is still contributing. Was biiLh glad and sorry to  hear that Sam had joined up. Glad  because il shows the stuff he was always was made of, but rather a feeling that he might not be able to stand  foi-the cold wet weather always tries  the best of us, but sure wish him the  best (ifjinod luck. The. B. C. Horseboys got over at last. I have not been  aiile to .-!��������������������������� any of them since coming  iiver though. Charlie Armstrong was  sick at. the time and could not get  away with them. 1 Lather tough luck  for him. The Fiem-h and English  troops seem to be doing good .work-in  the- Champagne district. We can hear  the bombardment and it is sure some  noise. Fritz has been "shelling our  front line pretty good tins last couple  of :l.-iys, rather looked as if he had a  notion,of coming across but not yet.  Sometimes I rather wish-he-would'try  it just to break the monotony.  I saw Jack Craig at Shornclift'e before I left. He. looked pretty tough,  got-it a deal harder than he thought I  guess. Havvkes was there also and  expected to be coming out again soon.  Davey Jones and Bristo aud the old  hunch are much the same. Rankin  had the misfortune the other day or  night rather in opening a can of hully  beef, to let his knife, slip and it caught  him in the eye. He was sent to the  hospital but I have not heard whether  it was serious or not. Old ''Rusty"  Bob Hogg is .sure looking his best  never saw hiin look better and the  way he. can pound the big drum isn't  slow. Etches had an attack of La  Grippe but seems to ho pretty well all  right again.  Old Jack O'Neil is looking pretty  tough with bad feet and boils on his  neck. He has grown old but they  have got him a good job now, looking  after the oflicers horses, so it is hot so  had for him. He is still able to peddle  the hot.air and has it all planned how  he will spend the time after the war.  Yon will have the pleasure of keeping  him six months at least.  Well Robert my paper is exhausted  so will close. The boys all join in  sending their best regards to you.  Give my best regards to all and be  stirs' and write when you can, from as  ever*  Yours to the finish,  Billy  Pte. W. R. Hope, 77720.  PAINTING  PAPER-flflNGING  KflLSOMINING  TERMS MODERATE,  DALY fWE.   -   -   ilEDLEy, B.C.  83   "A Little Saving  is  a Handy Thing"  i**! ANY a man has lost his chance to become indepen-  * * dent by not having the ready money to take advantage of a really big opportunity.  "Fortune knocks once at every man's door." Greet  her with a Savings Account, and be ready for what she  brings.  One dollar opens an account in the Savings Depfc.  m Nickel naie  Bart36r_siiop  -SftTlSrnGTORy, SANITARY  TONSORlftL SERVICE  This shop it equipped wit.li  Baths and all the latest  Electrical  Appliances.  W. T. BUTLER,  -  Prop.  In order to facilitate the handling  of mail al the front and to insure  prompt delivery it is requested that  all mail be addressed as follows:��������� ���������  (a) Regimental Number   (b)Rank   (c) Name   (d) Squadron,   Battery   or   Com  pany   (e.) Battalion, Regiment, (or other  unit) Staff appointment or  Depai tm'ent   (f) Canadian  Contingent   (g) British Expeditionary Force...  (h) Army   Post   Oflice,     London,  England   Unnecessary mention of higher formations, such as hiigndi's*, divisions, is  strictly forbidden, and causes delay.  78 Years in Business.  Hedley Branch  Canital and Suri:iuc;'C7)384,000.  C. P. DALTON, Manager  Knew His Job  In Montana, a railroad bridge had  been destroyed by lire, and it was  necessary to replace it. The bridge  engineer and his staff were onlcred in  haste, to the place. Two days later  came the superintendent of the division. Alighting from his private ear,  he encountered the old master bridge  builder.  "Bill" said the superintendent���������and  tlie words quivered'with energy���������"I  want this job rushed. Every hours  delay costs the company money Have  you got the engineer's plans for the  new bridge?"       ;  "I don't know," said the bridge  builder, whether the engineer has got  the picture dravved yet or not, but the  bridge is.up and the trains is passin'  over it." -.'���������'������������������'���������-'���������  UNDER   NEW   MANAGEMENT  Rooms   all  Thoroughly  Renovated.  Cuisine under direct control of the  Manager, who has had twelve years'  experience in the Old Country.  None but the best brands of Liquors  and Cigars.  Your patronage respectfully solicited  GOOD    SAMPLE    ROOM  mmiauiummirnimiUBiiwiuut  T-mfmhwiiHymi-wrM-MHi-imw-a^^  "Hock Der Kaiser**  Der Kaiser von das Fatherland-  Und Gott and I all dings command:  Ve two���������ach!   Don't you   understand  Meinself.���������und Gott!      '  Vile some men sing der bower Diviue,  Meiu   soldiers   sing   'Die   Wachb am  Rhein,'  Und drink tier health in Rhenish wine  Of me���������und Gott!  Here's Franc, she swaggers a 11 aroundt  She's ausgespieldt���������she's no aggound,  To much we think she don't aihound,  Meinself���������und Gott  She vill not dare to fight again;  But if she shouldt I'll  show her blain  Dot Elsassand (in French) Lorraine,  Are mo in���������by Gott!  Dere's   Grandma,   dinks   she's    nicht  schmall beer,  Midi Boors and such she interfere:  She'll learn none   own dis hemisphere  But. me-���������und Gott!  She dinks, good Fran, from ships she's  got   .  Und soldiers limit der scarlet coat,  Ach!   We  could   knock,   deni,. Poof!  Like dot,   .  Meinself���������midt Gott!  In dimes of peace b re bare for wars,  I hear der helm and spear of Mars  Und care not for den thousand Cssars,  Meinself���������midt Gott!  In fact I humor efry whim,  Mit aspect dark und visage grim;  Gott pulls mil Me and I mit Him,  Meinself���������und Gott!  KEREMEOS-PENTICTON  ROYAL-MAIL STAGE  Travel by Autocall up Phone No. 12  Auto Leaves on  arrival  of 9.30 i  and -f o clock trains. >  Baggage arranged for. 3>  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO     STAGE }  Cars Call at all IIolc-ls \  ST. JOHN'S CHURCH  ���������ANGLICAN���������v."'.';;.'.  Services 2nd (Morning) and -J-th (Evening) Sundays in the. month ���������."--.  Additional Services as  per  announcements. ,  ' G. D. GRIFFITHS, B. A., Vicar  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH  Services   every   alternate  Sunday   at  7.30 p.m.  Pastor, R. G. STEWART  Hedley Methodist Ciruucrr  FRA.NK STANTON, 13. A.  Minister  Services will   he held the   First and  Third Sundays of the month  at 7.80 p. ur.  *I A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    "J Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  WOOU'POE'SALB!  Pft Lfl6E>  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  Phone 12.  HBDLTSY   B. 0.  D. J. INNIS  Proprietor  Cigars, Cigarettes  and ToDaccQ  Greeting Cards  Large Assortment of Xmas  and New Year Cards soon to  ..-'���������-    Arrive   '-    =  He(lleuDruo& Book Store  ���������Hedley,'B.C,  1  AUSTRALIA! REMEMBER!  The news came to Australia, of battles nobly won,  And on the Shores of Islam, iminoi tal deeds were done;  Australia has made history, of which we speak with pride,  And the Southern Cross is waving now  where our soldiers brave have died.  Tho' many a chair is vacant, and many a heart is sad,  And many a lassie's mourning her bormie soldier lad;  We know they did their duty, the call was not in vain  That came from the dear old Motherland across the ocean main.  The first step on fame's ladder, was gained by our lads in blue,  When the Sydney laid the Emdun low and saved the transports too.  The Lion Cubs have shown their breed on a sorely stricken field,  For never will our Starry Flag to the. Turkish Crosent yield.  And when the strife is over and our boys come home again,  There's a spot inour hearts for the absent ones, that we always will maintain.  We can't forget the orphans, and the widowed mothers left.  And those that sent their only sons���������how sadly they're bereft.  It is this country's duty, and we should see it is made plain,  To guard from want our Soldier Boys who were strikeu and nob slain.  We know how well they did their share, and made Australia's fame;  The wolf of want they should never see, if our people play the game.  We must all do our best for our gallant lads, the rich and poor alike,  And when the iron's red, dear friends, that is the time to strike.  So hand your contributions in, be it penny or a pound,  There is a time to do your best, THAT time has now come round.  ���������HARRY HOWE, Brunswick ~^:^ w-xr-r-r?  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, NOV. 11. IUI5  {James Stewart j'  Ii r  1!  K  s  }t Groceries,. Fruits and  Vegetables  !: Boots and Shoes  &������  ft������  x  X  X  Overalls  and  Underwear  See our samples of Christmas Greeting Cards before deciding on Xmas  presents. These are inexpensive gifts  anil suitable to any.' "We also carry a  line of Xmas and New Year Post.  Cards at Gaze it is Oki-tck.  Mrs, S. E. Hamilton, accompanied  by Master Wallace, left on Tuesday's  tiain for Vernon lo visit her brother-,  Major A. Megraw, Inspector of Indian  agencies,' and Hugh Megraw of the  5-kh Battalion, who will bo leaving  for England shortly.  TOWN AND DISTRICT  Christmas  l Hedley Gazette.  cards,at   the  News was received last week end of  the death .at Vernon of E. Mileh'ell,  who was at one time a resident, of  Hedley and later of Penticton audi-  known to tbe members of the Orange  Lodge. The brethern at Vernon took  charge of the burial services.  Archie Smithern was one of the  local hunters to bag a deer the other-  day. He went up Sterling Creek way  lincl in a very short time had made his  bag.  W. .7. Manery. of Similkamcun, was  in town Tuesday and Wednesday and  'brought up some fine specimens of his  produce,   to cheer   the hearts , of   the  hungry.  i   1   F. H. French   and W. T. Butler left  I Monday for   a business trip   to Grand  Divine Service will be conducted in  the church on Sunday. "Nov. Ilth  Moining service 11a. m. Subject:���������  Some characteristics of tho King's  Highway. Evening service 7.H0 p.m.  Subject:���������The Zionist movement, a  sign that the secret rapture of the  Forks. They returned last night, I church is imminent. A hearty invi-  corning by way of Faiview and Ten- tation is extended to all. Preacher  ticton. R. G. Stewart.  Tommy Rotherham has on display a  very fine picture showing tho men of.  theS-'th Battalion, who soon will be  leaving for England. Several of the  Hedley hoys appear plainly and no  doubt the others could easily be. locat-  be by the use. of a magnifying glass.  Tuesday there will lie a dance in the  Opera House, under the joint au.siiiee.s  of the- Patriotic Funds Commitl'ee anil  the Ladies Sewing Circle, for the purpose of raising a fund to send Chi-wl-  mns cheer to the boys from Hedley  who have enlisted, whether they au-.  at home or abroad. Like'all the other  all'nii-s which the ladies undertake  this has a very worthy and commend  able object!. We ought to see that the  boys who are fighting   our battles are  remembered     at   this   joyous   season  i -'  ^  even if we have to cut oil' some of the  expense, of our own festivities. Gen-  lli.'tnen will be charged $1.,-30 and ladies  will he admitted free of charge but  are requested to bring refreshments.  Every able-bodied person in town  ought to lie at- this dance, whether  they dance or not, or at least they  ought to buy a ticket.  ���������&-&&&-4>^-&<������+<&^&<+-&&<>&+^'&4>4fr+.<3,+.+.&^4>&^~&4&+.  v>  m Best io  CalTilCIIvnTOWf HWUI. JCTnETF-ranra������luu..������aiwlmMf miumj ln������������jri..���������n������������������r.  i Grocery Line sou trom Us!  We Guarantee Satisfaction with  every article purchased here  ���������0  o  ^   Phone orders receive the same care and attention  |  v-   as though personally given. Try and be convinced   ���������  ��������� <>  CSEELMAI' & LYALL  "STORE OF QUALITY"    .  X  $. -       ,    ���������      *- - - 4  ADVERTISE  IN THE  GAZETTE  i  x  !  i  I  Bona Fide Closing Out |  Earnest Seaton Thompson has nothing on our own J, H. Thompson, hunter 'und trapper. His latest is so realistic that it beats his story about  Moses all to pieces. , He was out prospecting and had.nothing with him hut  a prospector's hammer. Suddenly a  bear appeared down the hill a way. A  few feet away was a big log. J. H.  figured that as a Marathon feature he  could beat the bear to it. He did.  Rruin arrived and just as he put his  paws on the. log, J. H. punctured his  cranium with a hammer. Result���������  Temporary suspension of animation in  Mr. Bear. J. H. prayed, "Oh Lord, if  you don't help me, for goodness sake  don't help the bear." Bear resumes  annimation with a lurch, but alas for  his hearship, the log began to roll  down the hill and to save his life  Bruin hung toil. Biff, a tree, a dead  bear, a happy hunter. Curtain. Still  he thinks it was the pick did the deed  and now he always' carries a pick  when he goes huutitig.  .10.000 StOGK IHUSt GO  In Sixty  Petyg |  Everything in my Complete and Up-to-date Stock of    4  Men's  Clothing*,  Furnishing-s, J  Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, |  Underwear and Notions  All Going at Great Money-Saving lied actions  "Rough on Rats", clears out Rats,  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House, luc.  and 25c. at Drug and Country Stores.  SUNDAY DINNER  ��������� at the ���������  Similkameen Hotel  At 0 p.m.  Tt will certainly pay you to look over our prices and to  Examine this Stock  Men's Furnisher       Hedleu, B.C.  ^^<������<t>0-<->-������"C'"<������'������-<g'-������ <���������������������������<���������������  imUUHMWWtlBMXtflk  ���������awumiimmii  LOUIS C. ROLLS <������h CO  =============     HEDLEY, B.C.      ===========  ���������  WAIT AND  See Our  STOCK  BEFORE SENDING OUT  A Remembrance That Would Be Appreciated  /V Kodak   or   &.   Victor   Victrola  Kin������iii..u.-i:7MatAi'.jii'.������^������ij.^;^^^  Soup  Chicken a In Creole  Fish  Sardines an Cj-otontj  Entrees  Sugar Cured Ham, Mayonnaise Sauce  Lemon Jelly Moulds Ciam Patties  Roast  Leg of Pork,   Apple Sauce  Loin of Beef, with Horseradish  SPECIAL  Roast Young Duck, Spanish   Dressing  .   Vegetables  Ma.-hod Potatoes  ('ream Sweet Corn  Dessert  Gruen Apple Pic    Mincemeat Pie  Chocolate Pie  Fruit Icing Vanilla Pudding  Tea. Cotfce (lut-cii  Orange. Pippins Cream Cheesi  , If you arc either, read and consider carefully what follows: In the past twenty-five years, hundreds of men. like you,  poor, hard-work-ing, low-paid men, have risen from the ranks  of common, labor,   to such high  salaried positions,   as Mine  ���������  Superintendent, Manager, Chief Engineer.  These men have not given up their daily work to go  to a far distant college and study for three or. four years the  scientific side of mining. They could not possibly afford to  do so, for the}r were in ' many cases, men of thirty or forty  yes, even fifty years of age, with family ties, they-had wives  and children to support, how then, did they get their scientific training? You may perhaps think that these men had an  uncommon ability for drawing knowledge from their practical exj^erience, but if you will reflect a few minutes on the  calculations that a man ' must be able to make to pass even  the lower Government examinations, you will readily admit  that a lifetime of practical experience, without instruction of.  some kind along the lines of mathematics and mechanics,  would not take you very far up the ladder of which lhe different Government examinations arc the rungs.  The way these men qualified for better positions  was by studying the science of mining in spare time, an hour  or two each night, and they have made good, why should  you not do the same? Why not let the International Correspondence Schools help you to shorter hours, lighter work  and more pay ?  Perhaps you think that you have not enough education to begin the study of Mining engineering, this is not the  case, the courses of study taught by the Scran ton Schools aro  so arranged that you can commence with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division should that be necessary,  and go along gradually into mensuration, which teaches you  to calculate the areas of piston heads, cross sectiQns of pipes,  etc., which you must know in calculating horsepower, the  amount of water, air or sludge that a pump of a given size  will deliver under certain conditions, and so on from subject  to subject till you graduate ���������    ���������  Methods of working mines under different conditions  mine gases, geology, assaying, mine and mineral land surveying, 'prospecting, and all other matters allied to the Mining  Engineering profession are fully covered in the most logical  order, each subject is a step from the one before to the one  ahead, and each prepares the   student well for the next step  coming.  4>a  Get "More Money" for your "Lyres:  MOSKRAT, FOXES. WOLVES, BEAVER, EISBER, WHITE  WEASEL and other Far bearers collected in your section  SHIP YOUn FURS -DIRECT <o "SHUBERT" the largest  house in the World dealing exclusively in NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS  a reliable���������responsible���������safe Fur House with an unblemished reputation existing for "more thnn a third of a century," alonjr successful record of sending Fur Shippers prompt.SATIS FACTORY  AND PROFITABLE returns. Write for "tEljc j&l-ttlictt feljippcr,"  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  Write for ii-NOW-ifs FItEK  AR   SHIIRFRT   Inr   25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.  ��������� *���������*��������� OnUDLIVl, inc. DeptC107CHICAGO, U.S.A.  Hedley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  It is not only in mining but in nearly three hundred other  trades and professions that the I. C. Schools have for }'cars  been helping poor but ambitious men and women up to tho  attainment of their aim, and if you are interested and ambitions to rise in any of the below lines of work, trades or professions, you have only to fill out the coupon, mail it, and  you will, receive a large catalogue explaining in detail tho  particular course and giving names and addresses of large  numbers of successful students.  R. HILLIARD   =    Prop.  Complete Mining Engineering  Fire Boss  Metal Mining  Metal Prospector  Complete Metallurgy  Uvdromelallurgy  Milling  C'omplete Co;il Mining  Complete Civil Engineer'g  Surveying'.and Mapping  Hridge Engineering  Structural Engineering  Concrete Construction  Architecture  Automobile Running  Chemistry  Commercial  Drawing  Electrical  Mechanical  Steam  Marine and  Refrigeration Engineering-  French,    Spanish and  Italian taught by  Phonograph  Bow Kee laundry  Only First Class Work  Laundry Delivered Anywhere  Hedley   Gazette  $2 per annum  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, Sei-.-mton, Pa.  Please inform me bow I can gain a money-earning knowledge of the subject, marked X, ov named below, and send me catalogue containing description  of course and letters front successful students.  Name Address   Age Occupation Employed by.  Course Wanted (if not given above)   Remarks. '. THE HEDLEY OA/.KTTK. NOA'-.H.    1015  our Kereuieos   boys, who tire nt  10  ^ f\l$MTb*2U C fvft   rt,ie lVollt iiml alsc){hose  whc  Mll!>llj(fl ll(\\)UJ  urctniiniuf;    ut ilillVreuL   inili  -'^     :*^S    (C' "! ���������-       ������������������"M1-"  (iooil    Music   nuil  "The  Big  Store"  I-m excellent',    supper were    pro-  jvide.l      especi'illy      the     colVeo  i which    was ninth  hub'-e Colem.'iu.  ;is usual    by  General  VL;  erGoants  KEREMEOS, B. C.  -^���������"T'lirTi'iiii HHiawiM���������imwii w^i���������   ^S ;   KEREMEOS  Mr. Lnuc'lmiond Cleneral Man-  ai;*er ol! the !>.('. Copper Co.  was in Keremeos on Saturday  and took away with him a ninii-  ber of samples of ore from the  different prospects here to be  assayed.  Tho first snowstorm of the  season, visited Keremeos . on  Monday.  Mr. MeKenzie of the Similkameen .Fruit Land Co. left for  Winnipeg* on a business trip.  John M. young completed  Iris road -work last week and  returned home with his crew  on 'Monday.  The Similkameen Women  Institute will hold a sale of  work at the Keremeos Town  Mall on Friday, November 12 th.  at S p.m. There will be dancing  afterwards. The proceeds will  be donated to Patriotic purposes.  Date ol: bazaar Nov. 12th.,  place Town Hall. Come ono and  all and have a merry time and  help the good cause.  K. J. McCurdy attended the  patriotic smoker at Hedley on  Saturday evening returning-  home by auto on Sunday.  Don't forget the bazaar and  dance to be held in the Town  Hall on Friday night, proceeds  to go to the Red Cross.  Mr. Geo. Emory, who lias  been carrying on the brokerage  business here for the last year  left with his family on Tuesday's train for Seattle. Mr. and  Mrs. Emory will be much missed by their many friends as  they have been residents of the  town for over five years. We  all join in wishing them success in their new home.  Dr. C.:.T. MfCiilliiugh, Dentist' is .nt  tlii' Gland Union Hotel, Hedley and is  thoroughly picp u'cd lo do the linest  kind of dental work. He will be here  till .Saturday.     Make an appointment  1:11 ri\\  Come in aud see the samples of  ('lii-istniiis greeting; cards. We have  the very latest and pietlicsi. styles.  We will pi int. your name and greeting  and give you an envelopi* with each'  cai'd. Prices to suit your pocke.l.  Medley Gazelle.  Walt IWnson: 1 I-ought some rags of  Tailor Skaggs and paid him when I  gut. "cm. He wept with glee; "For  now," said he. "Ill pay my bills, dod  rot Vm." .Si1) on the j-nn ho took the  mini, and paid- Hie corner grocer,  whose trade was' bad aiid who was sad,  because the. wolf grew closer. This  made hiin smile aiid for awile. the  man of lea and gages thought -cheerful thinks, forgot lhe kinks and paid  bis clerks their wages. And William  Hurk, the old head clerk, put up some  phrases; bis wife u as ill��������� the druggist's bill had worried him like blazes.  The druggist cried, "Doggone your  hide, 1 thank you for these roubles:  .I'm in,the hole and need a roll to ease  my weight of troubles." The druggist  paid that winsome maid, his first assistant Annie, and just for luck she  blew a buck for roller skates for  granny. And thus my scads brought  help to lads and girls beyond the  counting-, much trouble ceased, and  joy ���������increased and kept on mounting.  Yfou see, my friend, if you should  spend your coin with local dealers,  you're spreading glee and ecst.ucy to  beat lhe sunshine spielers.  Bg^paHSBiaailiEBBgEMJ^^  Ed. Burr and family of Hedley passed through here on Sunday in his now car going down  the valley as far as Mr. Manery's.  Mrs. Geo. Tickell is still in  Oroville under Dr. Lewis' care.  Her many friends will lie pleased to hear she is expected home  next week.  According lo .i telephone message  received by W. K. Zwicky ye-tenlay  lii'irning from tlie Payne, mine, after  drift ing 2.") or ISO feet on the 92.-). ft level  of that pippuity, a two and one-hall'  foot of ore had been encountered, carrying values half in lead and half in  zinc. Tin-vein at thevtiine the striki  was made had a width of four feet.���������  Kootenaian.  His Evidence  PORK FOR SALE  I have the linest grain fed pork for  ������������������ale and will deliver the same to Kero  mens for 14 cents per pound. Above  Keremeos in the Similkameen, I will  deliver it for 15 cents and in the Okanagan district for i(j cents. Oh every  order of 100 pounds, send me 50 cents  with the order which will be credited  mi viiui' account and I will turn^that  money over to the Similkameen  "Women's Institute, at Keremeos, for  the purpose of the Red Cross fund.  R. J. AiutsTHOxr., Chopaka. ,  The. magistrate was examining a  witness to whom he remarked:  "You admit you overheard the  quarrel between the defendant and  his wife?"  "Yis, sor. I do." stoutly - maintained  the witness.  "Tell the court if you can, what be  seemed to be doing,"  "He sociiied to be doin' the listening,"���������-Harper's Magazine.  ������  Francis Gibson entertained  ' twelve of her little playmates  on Saturday afternoon in honor  of her friend Dorothy Emory  who left on Tuesday with her  parents for Seattle.  Mr. Joe Armstrong of Chopaka. is -soiling tickets for a pig to  be rallied at tho bazaar on Nov.  1.2th for the Keel Cross Fund.  Ho says he expects to hand  over about fifty dollars. Sonic  pig eh!  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keiiesieos, B.C  Her Sacrifice  "YVc have just-received complete new samples  of t  season's Greeting Cards.    The assortment is large and pn<  Sl������^3 fled)6ii Gazett  Under the joint auspices  of Hedley Patriotic Funds Got  mittee and the Ladies Sewing Gircle ���������  In Corwall, England, there is an old  widow lady who had six sons serving  in lb') army, five of whom she will  never see again on this earth. Recently she wrote . to General Be.thune,  pleading "Do give me hack the sixth!"  The officer in reply wrote her, pointing out the pressing need for the services of every single man, and a short  time after he received a note from her  which read: "Please keep him, then.'  General Belhune related the story at a  recruiting, rally at Reading.  For the Purpose of Raising Funds  send Christmas   Hampers, Etc.,  to Hedley enlisted men, both  at Home and Abroad  The lectures given under the  Women's Institute by Miss  Steed on First Aid arid Homo  nursing were largely attended.  Tlie lectures were held at the  homo of Mrs. G. G. Keelcr. The  lecture were greatly enjoyed by  all who had the privelege of  attending. Refreshments wore  served each afternoon.  The dance hold in tho Town  Hall on Friday evening was a  great success. Seventy-one dollars was made, whicli is to go  to provide   Xmas hampers  for  Synopsis' of Coal Mining Regulations  r'GAI/jiiiituiiK rights of tho Dominipn. ii  v-' . 3Iunitoliii, Saskatchewan and Aibcrta,  UiOvY-ilkoii .Territory, tho North-west (Territories mid iii a portion of the Province pf Hri-  tish Columbia, limy be leased for ii term of  twenty-one years nt an niinii.il rental of SI an  aero. Not more than ���������l.iUV.i acres wi be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must bo mii-do by the  applicant in person lo the Agent, or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, mill in nii.-uirveyed territory the tract  applied for shall lie staked out y thu applicant  himself.  Knelt application must be accompanied by  fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights  applied for are not available, but not other  wise. A royalty shnll be pnid on the rnerehai.it  able output of the mine at tin!'rate of live cont������  per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish  tho Agent with sworn returns accounting for  tho full quantity of. iiiei-elin.nl.able mined  and nay the royalty thereon.   1 coal min  ing rights are not being operated su     returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but tho lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rightH may  be considered necessary for the working of tho  mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information application fchoul-1 be  made to the Secretary <>t the DenarUtient. of  tho Interior. Ottawa., or o miy Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  AV. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.H.-Unaiithorized publicoti this nave  tisemont will not be paid for. il tiin   .  Where Are  Your Interests  1 Are they in this community ?  *r Arc they among the  people with Avhom you  associate ?  'I Are thev with the  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  1 hi sin ess ?  11" so, you want to know what is happening in this community. You want  to know the goings and ceilings of  tlie people with whom you associate,  the little news items of your neighbors  and friends��������� now. don't you?  That is what this paper gives you  in every issue. It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the interests of this  town. Is your name on our subscription lists? If not you owe it  to yourself to see that it is put  there.   To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  Full Brass Band in Attendanc  TiVL^f Q- GENTLEMEN  $1.50  1 ltK-Clo. LADIES,   Please bring refreshmerj  DE  Now at the Annex to the Grand  Central Hotel  With the Finest Equipment and Electrical Applian!  Ever Brought to Hedley.     Satisfaction Guaran'  teed.    Make Appointments Early  Will Be in lown Till safari

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