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 1  Volume XI.      Number\������ \\\  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, NOVKMUEU 4, 19Lf>.  <^^>    $2.00, In .Advance  JflS. CLARKE  lA/e������tc h ma !<e>*r  h-sdl.e*v, b. c  Clocks and Watdies for Sale.  N. Tho.mi's n ; ��������� phone skvmouu can  ���������   MGK. WKSTBRN CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  , Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices mid Warehouse, S17-63 IJeatty Street  " .   ��������� Vancouver, B. C.  fOl",  Keremeos Fruit  We are in receipt  of the following  Patriotic Smoker  Saturday Night  The committee   in charge of tlie to  letters and dippings speak  for them-   haeco fund has  made arrangements to  A. F. &.A. JVL  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  nro held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hull, Hedley. Visiting  brethren aro cordially invited to attend.  A: CREELftlAN,   '  W. ftl  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  L. O. L.  Tlie Regular    meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1711 aro held on  the  first and third Itonday in  every month' in the Orango Hall'  Ladies meet 2nd and 1 Mondays  .Visiting brctliorn arc cordially invited  A. J. KING, W. M  . ! C. P. DALTOX. Sec't.  R.  F*.  BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor '  ��������� Tm.. Xo. 27  PENTICTON,  V. 0. Dkaiveh 160  -    -    b: a  P. W- GREGORY  CIVIL  ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  WalterClayton  Burr-istcr.-Solicitor.-Kte/-      ��������� ���������  MON'KY TO   LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  selves and need no comment  from   us.  Vancouver. Oct. 25, 1915  .    The Editor Hedley Gazette,  Dear Sir:  I beg to hand you herewith my  check in payment of subscription lo  your paper. Please acknowledge receipt in due course.  1 also enclose you copy of a letter-  written by Mr. Thos. Cunningham,  Inspector of Fruit Pests,' addressed to  our -Mr. Armstrong, and copies of  some clippings, from the '.'Daily  World" relative to the protection of  our orchards from the Codling Moth  and other such destructive pests. As  this is a subject of vit.-il importance to  the growers of fruit in the Similkameen Valley I would esteem it a favor  if you would kindly give it an insertion in the Gazette. I feel that, the  protection of our orchards ag-iinst  these pests is a subject which cannot  be brought too strongly to the notice  of the o.wners and I know of no better  way of reaching them than through  the medium of your paper.  I hope therefore that you will kindly   give this   as much   prominence as  possible as it is a matter which affects  the welfare   of the entire .community.  Vours truly,  AV*. C. Dit-waks  Hedley Patriotic  Funds Committee  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  H. I. JONES, manager  Uoller Skating on Tuesday and Thursday  each week, from 7:30���������10 p.m.; admission  25c,-skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:30  lo 5 p.m. for ladies only, admission 10c.  Also open for Dances und Other Engagements.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table tlie Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN. JACKSON, Proprietor  ft" jf  ������    -' ��������� X  X  Grand Union |  Hotel  I Hotel I  $ HEDLEY,  British Columbia ������  X "  ���������x ��������� .  x   ��������� ,   ,.  g.  X  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  X First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  X  x.  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  _ X  X  X  g A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor   %  x ' 2  if *  Vancouver, Oct. loth.,1015.  TV. H. Armstrong, Esq.  "My'clehr AlrV'Armstrong:' " "'  " "  Enclosed I beg to hand you some  clippings taken from the piess, which  will, I feel sure, deeply interest you,  and I think you will agree with me  that no precaution can be too great or  restrictions too severe to prevent this  province from drifting into the unhappy condition of our friends aud  and competitors south of the boundary  line.  British- Columbia is rapidly coming  to its own und our fruit excells anything that is grown on the continent.  If we are only wise and co-operate  cordially iu the prevention ot the introduction of this dreadful pest known  as the coddling moth, it will increase  the value of our orchard products certainly not less than twenty-five percent. Kindly give this information as  wide publication as possible.  I congratulate you most heartily on  the character of the fruit that we are  receiving from Ivereiueos. There is  nothing better grown on top of the  earth. ���������  Yours faithfully,  (Sgd.) Thomas Cunningham,  Inspector of Fruit Pests.  hold {mother smoker in the Opera  House on 'Saturday evnningi  ��������� Those who were fortunate enough  to be inc attendance at the last few  smokers held, can vouch for the good  times which are the feature of these  entertainments.'  After the last bunch of fellows left for  Vernon the value of the smokers be-  came apparent as it was at a smoker  that the biggest demonstration occurred and the largest number of recruits  were secured, and ' every man who de  cided to go to Vernon at that smoker  has passed the rigorous examination  and is booked for the Old Country and  the front!  A splendid piogram has been ar-  rrnged foi- Saturday evening and it  will certainly do you good Mr. Man. to  come out and help along the good  cause of sending tobacco to the boys  iit the front.  The smoker is for men only. The  price of admission is one dollar and  tickets are on sale' at Tommy Rother-  hiini's store. The proceeds go to the  fund to send tobacco to the fellows <-it  the'front,  A Vest i'or   75 cents' per  crate,   f. o. b  shipping point.  Another   Clipping contains   the following. '���������  Drvden, Wc'-sh. Oct. 14th., 1915  'At a recent meeting of the Dryden  Unit of the Wenatchee North Central  Growers' League a resolution condemning the action of the inspector in permitting shipments of infected fruit  was passed and copies of it were sent  to Governor Lister, Prosecuting Attorney Williams, fruit inspectors and  newspapers. In part the resolution is  as follows:���������  Whereas, by re .as on of the presence,  this season of an unusual number of  Codling Moth infected apples in this  district.    *    *    *  lie it resolved, that we protest  against the ruling of the state inspec  tors permitting, sale and shipment of  infected fruit, contrary to law, and  that we urge upon the authorities upon whom rest the duty of enforcing  .the law,'that they rigidly enforce the  law, prohibiting the sale and shipment of infected fruit to .other.than  by product factories, observing the  spirit as well as the letter of the law.  Beit further reserved that we extend our sympathy to those grower's  who are so unfortunate as to have  grown infected fruit.  All kinds of fresh and  cured -meats always on  hand. Fresh Fish on  sale   every   Thursday.  j R. J. EDMOND, Prop.  (.-lipping from   "Daily World" Vancouver. B. O.  Seattle, Wash. Oct. 13, 1915  Mr. Fred Ren, local manager of the  Wenatchee Valley Fruit Exchange,  who returned yesterday from, a visit  to Eastern Washington, compares the  damage clone to the apple crop  throughout the Wenatchee Valley by  the Codling Moth, to the ravages of  the Kansas grasshopper.  "A person cannot-, possibly realize  the extent of lhe loss caused by worms  without a personal visit to the orchards." said Ron,  The shrinkage has been enormous,  and not 50% of last year's fancy and  extra fancy crop will be shipped.  There is a cash buyer for almost every  orchard and prices are very firm. The  infected apples,  packed in   half-barrel  Stanley Pratt,   the Mooney biscuit  man was in town Friday.  A. Sutherland, Government Boiler  Inspector, was examining tho boilers  of the company last week end.  Provincial Constable Simpson came  to town Friday and stayed over Sunday getting the local hotel licenses  fixed up for another year.  Arthur'King had the misfortune to  meet with rather a painful accident  this week. AVhile cutting kindling,  holding the stick in one hand, the  handle of the ax caught in the co.*it  pocket and deviated enough from its  designed couise to cut into two of the  fingers of his left hand, in consequence  Mr. King is having an enforced holiday, buthe says the fingers are getting  A meeting of the Hedley Patriotic  Funds Committee was'held on Thursday evening, October 2yth in the  Similkameen Hotel. The following  members were present: Messrs. Jones,  French, D.ilton, Sampssn, Pride.-mx  and Brown.  The minute.-, of the last meeting  were read and adopted.  On motion of F. H. French and J."  It. Brown the -audited balance sheet  to Oct. 15 was received, and adopted  and a vote of thanks passed to the  auditors for their work in this connection.  Moved by W. Sampson, seconded by  ���������T. R. Brown, that the collection received from the Ladies Sewing Circle  on Trafalgar Day, amounting to $50.  50 be supplemented from the patriotic  fund to bring <\-ime amount up to $100  and that the Chairman and Sec.-Treat-,  be instructed to remit same to the  British Red Cross Society. Carried.  On motion of AVm. Sampson and F.  If. French, the following resolution  was adopted:  That the $1000 fora machine gun  subscribed nt the mine and the $100(1  of the money subscribed for a like pur  pose at Hedley, be deposited in the  Bank of British North America at 4%  interest for an emergency fund for  u.-e exclusively for the men who have  or who may enlist fioui Hedley.  Following is the list of the men who  have enlisted from Uedley to dale:���������  Geo. Boxall; Charlie Saunders: AL, H.  L. Jacobs;   A. E. Denman:   AV. Liddi-  1  cot; D.in Dolleinore; S. J. N. Edwards;  J. C'ori-igan; Arthur Freeman: A. W,  Jack; Jack Howe; F. A. Dollemore: A,  Coles: J. T. N. Hyper: T. Calvert; E.  J. Rotherham; Tom Knovvles; AV. Ful-  mei; Al. J. Mehur; Bob Robertson; T.  Coirigan: Roy Corrigan; Ebenezer  Vans; A. P. Martin; B. A. Schubert;  L. Robeitson; Blair Mills: Rod AIc-  Dougall; Fred Beck; J. Stapleton and  J. Frame.  On motion of J. R. Brown and G.  Prideaux, Alessrs. W. Sampson and F.  II. French were requested to meet the  Ladies Sewing Circle and arrange  with them to hold a dance on November lGth to raise funds to be used to  send Xnnis gifts to Hedley enlisted  men.  On motion of F. H. French aud XV.  Sampson the Sec.-Treas, was instructed to telegraph to A. AV. Jack at A'er-  non requesting him to notify M. J.  Meher that this committee is governed in the disposition of patriotic funds,  by the rules and regulations of the  Canadian Prtriotic Fund which will  not permit the wife of a man marrying subsequent to enlistment, any  benefit from the fund.  The meeting then adjourned.  BALANCE SHEET  Hedley   Patriotic.   Funds   Couiniitt.ie  October loth.1015  Total subscriptions promised  town of Hedley $ 2 720 90  Total subscriptions promised  .Nickel Plate mine     1 10S 00  Bulgaria Loses  ).  art of Her Thumb  The conquest of the Balkans involve  for the present not' territory, but a  thoroughfare, or, a������ the English  say, a corridor from Berlin to Constantinople. The.distance is -1,700 miles,  about as faras from New York to  Galveston, Texas. It is the path the  Ciusaders went. There is now a* railway. For neai ly 300 miles it runs in a  southeasterly direction through Serbia. It goes in at Belgrade, passes  through Nish, the Bervian capital and  eommt'reial centre and emerges on the  Bulgarian frontier, 35 miles from.  Sufia. ��������� Berbit is the open drawbridge  iu this international trans-European,  Berlin -to - Constantinople railroad '  route.  It is the business of the Austro-Ger-  man forces, assisted by their Bulgarian  allies, first to gain prossession   of  the,  railroad and then keep it clear,   which  will require a large military force.    It  is the business   of   the   Anglo French  force to prevent this.    Their only way .  ���������into Serbia is by   a' railroad' running-  north   from  Saloniki, 'in   Greece,   to  Nish.    So the   Austro-German   forces  are down-pressing from the north and  the Allies   are   oppressing   from   the  south.   The   Bulgarians   move    obliquely.    For one thing, they   were   expected to   harrass   the   Anglo-French  allies moving north.    The easoist  way  Sub promised  uncollected at  Oct. 15th,   19.15  (town of  :j SSS 90  to do that vv.is to attack   the   railroad  rising from Salonikito Nish.    The action   reported   recently   between   the  Anglo-French forces and the   Bulgarians, in   which  'the   former   captured  Stiumil7.ii, was the first result.  '  A map of the Balkans is like it jigsaw  puzzle.    Every state   sticks   into   another.    One   thrusts  as a   wedge   between two, here and there a boundary  line suggests   fingers   reaching    out.  That might seem symbolic.     Bulgaria  on   the   exteme   southwest,   pokes   a  thumb into Serbia.    In the end of the  thumb, at Strumitza, troops had been  gathered for an assault upon the   Serbian railway from   Saloniki   to   Nish  over which   the   Anglo-French   allies  were  moving.    The   railway    has   to  run past the end of the thumb, so close  as almost to touch it.    The Bulgarians  evidently pounced   upon the railroad,  were whipped hank and lost the end of  their   thumb.    Struinitza   and   other-  points from which the railroad   could;  he menaced have been occupied by the  Anglo-French forces.  That is all that has happened   there.  The Anglo-French army is not   going  to   invade   Bulgaria;   If   it   were,   it  would never dream of doing it at this  point, nor   in   this   direction,   for   to  march northward   through   Bulgaria,  across the Rhodope mountains   would  be almost impassible.    It is on its way  to Nish. hoping to   reach   that   point  before the Austro-German forces  can.  and keep the drawbridge open in   the  Berlin - to - Constantinople     -railroad.  That would save the day.    And it will  fight Bulgarians   meantime   only   for  getting in its way.���������Miner  Anyone wishing Geranium slips for  winter bloom, may have all they want  Hedley only) $     222 00   to carry  away from   Hamilton's gar-  Refund  of   subscriptions  to  enlisted men...,  02 00  $     2S1 00  crates, are   being sold in   the Middle j along fine.  ������������������*xiM-:N*.nmnu<:s  Rent of hall $ 10 00  Remittance to .Red  Cross   500 00  Remitt'ce to Tag Day    9S GO  C Company fund   150 00  Expense  for piano at  mine     5 00  Continued on J'nge Four.  den, if they  come and take   them before severe frost sets in.  Come in and see the samples of  Christmas greeting cards. AATe have  the very latest and prettiest styles.  We will print your name and greeting  and give you an envelope with each  card. Prices to suit your pocket.  Hedley Gazette. THU MEDLEY GAZETTE.-"NOV. -t. 1915  sy  ���������ttK  and  Similkameen. Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  i  ..*?���������.'. IK)  ��������� ������������������"l) i in Llieii  ��������� 1 'niiucl Suites)   Advertising Rates  Mcii-im-moiil. 1'- linos lo the inch.  1 rui.-icnt Adverilsements���������not excoodiiiK one I \\*i 11 be theirs  nidi. SI.IKl for ono insertion, 15 cuius for |  nu-li silbsuqiiont insertion.   OvtTOliO ineli. . ,,,,,,,    will     1)1  Id cunts por lino for Hist insertion nixl ;"> j "-"  i-uiil.-; poi- lino for ouch sulHequoiitiii-ortioii. ���������  -'['luisieuls puy-iblo in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch pur lnont li  Sl.ii: over I inch and up to I inches. SM.00  per inch porinonth. To constant ndvortisoi's  ���������taking liu-Kor space than  four inches.  ������n  application, l-atus will be Riven of raliiecil  c.hai-fres. based on size of spuco and length  of time.  Oi-tificuU: of Improvements $10.00  (Where more than one claim appear-  in   notice.   S*2..">0  for each additional  claim.)  A. B. S. STANLEY. Editor  EDITH CA YELL  ���������lists will   attain   he opened up.  I There are in Canada many luui-  i  jdred-* or   thousands   oi'   young  . men who have, no ties,    no    res-  1 ponsihilit ie-*.  whose future is nil  i  lands, the appeal at  present is to t.hqni and theglory  That the needed  bund, must he  Pound is ,*is sure as is the outcome of the war, but how great  the honor open to Canadian  y<ain,!; men thai, they should  have the opportunity to take a  hand in world politics, in remaking- the map of Europe, in de-  rending Lhe cause of right, ol:  l'i e.edom. ot.' justice.  Truth is ever greater than  error, right than wrong, however dark affairs may seem at  times, truth and right will win  the day.  The death of Edith Cnvell  came as a shock to the whole,  world. She died a martyr .for  truth   and    right.    Some    said  Germany had scored another  triumph. Might is never-right,  although right may be might.  When .the appeals of friends,  lovers, statesmen were unheeded, when young men in England were publicly ridiculed,  and scoffed at. they heeded not.  would not enlist. But when  the news came of the cowardly,  the dastardly murder of that  voiiiu>- English nurse, llieii the  young men began to sign on.  It is the triumph of right over  might, and it will prevail.  THE   FORUM  '���������<S  m  m    m  A Column For All the People      m  J*  ^S-S-s-S-S-s-SS'-S'-S-S-S-S.-S'SSSS'-S-SSS.s"*-'  The I'm-otto will be pleased to publish leUeis  from its reader.- on all questions of public in-  torcsi. provided the writer Rives full inline  and address. The, loiter may be published  umler a nom de pli'mie if so desired. In no  case will the editor In; responsible for tin:  opinions expressed and does not iiecessarily  c!idoi>e ihom.  100.000 MORE MEN  The decision of the Canadian  government to answer the ��������� appeal of His Most Gracious Majesty King George V for more  men to fight battles of the Empire, by authorizing the enlist-,  merit of 100,000 more men,  comes at a time and in a way  which ought'to meet with-the  most hearty response from  Canadian people.  All our connection   with   the  war so far has been to the honor of our brave   soldiers.    The  name Canada and Canadians is  better known and   more highly-  respected today in  the   centers  of the world than ever   before.  Whatever doubt we may   have  had as to the ability of the  Old  Country to .make   use   of   the  men   from   the    colonies,    this  doubt is now dissipated.    Canadians have  made   a   place   for  themselves in the affairs of the  Empire and when  the   Empire  issues a call it ought to   appeal  as  much   to   Canadians   as   to  Englishmen.    Canada can never again resume her old place as  a passive possession of tlie   Old  Country but must   assume'  her  new-found place in the   affairs  and deliberations  of   the   Empire.    This is a   rusult   of   the  European war.  If then, we are to live up to  the responsibilities which belong with our assumption of  this new place as an executive  complement of a world power,  we must resjioiid to the call for  men to arm and   fight   in   the  defense   of   our   Empire.   The  time is now.    In a few days the | trouble   with .-my prospect  of ohtaiu-  (The aim of the editor of the Gazette  is to be fair to the various writers to  "The Forum" and as both sides of the  present ��������� controversy have been ably  presented in a series of letters during  the past month, we feel our readers  had enough and therefore will ring  down the curtain. There will positively be no more letters published on  this question.���������Editor,  Victoria H. C, Oct. 20, 1915.  Editor Hedley Gazette,  Hedley, B. C.  Dear Sir:  In your issue of the 1-lth. are two  letters called forth by my comments  upon recent criticism on Christian  Science which have appeared in the  Gazette, and I would kindly ask the  piivilrge of further reply, lhe first,  of these is mainly but an echo of tbe  clergyman's letters just referred to,  and whom he evidently attempts to  outdo in the matter of offensive terms.  Calling one's opponent a numskull or  a villain, simply because he happens  to hold 'di-reient views, is poor taste  and had logic, and is a weapon that  harms most him who uses it,  This correspondent is anxious to  know who would be "foolish and  weakminded enough"' to try'to.heal a  sick body by spiritual means. If he  will read the old and new testaments  carefully he will'find tlie names of a  large number who Were willing to be  just that foolish. He will find out  more if he will read Gibbon's account  of the healing practised by the early.  Christian church. The prophets and  apostles, mid the Master1 himself, are'  naturally included in this sweeping  condemnation, so that Christian Seien-  tistists need not be ashamed to be  found in such illustrious company.  How   foolish   and    weakminded   it  must have been   on the part of Daniel  in the   lion's den.   arid   the three Hebrews cast   into the furnace,   to have  used   spiritual mean.-, to   effect the escape   of their   bodies.    I suppose  our  critic would have had them contentedly submit to the apparently inevitable,  and to  have been meekly   burned and  eaten, rather than to have ignored the.  material laws in  the case, and to have  relied   upon     spiritual    means.    And  thinK of Paul how weakminded it was  for hiin to   use spiritual means*   to restore the young   man who had   fallen  out of tlu:  window, and was taken up  as one dead.    And how  foolish of the.  apostle. James   to council the   sick to  send for the elders  of the church, that  they might   pray over   him;   and   to  think of his saying that prayer of faith  should save  the sick ?   I wonder  that  our friend has patience  to read  these  things,   since he   scouts   the. idea   of  there   being   any   virtue   in   spiritual  means.  AVhiit relation does God bear to men,  if the}'   cannot go to Him   in physical  ing help? ' Are we to infer that one is  wise and strong-minded in the ratio  I ha I he trusts material things in preference to spiritual? The large majority of those who have been healed in  Christian Science had already been  given up by their physicians. Was it  then foolish for them to allow themselves to be healed by spiritual means?  Should they have been content with  the verdict of their physicians, and  eilhei continue to suffer, or to die according to the. program laid out. for  them ? .Many of these people were  sull'ei ing from what is called organic  disease. Some of these cases I have  known personally. Let me say that  in my own experience, after ten years  of failure on the part of physicians to  bring even temporary relief I was  healed by the use of spiritual means as  applied in Christian Science. Very  foolish and weakminded, of course,  hut it has proved immensely comfort-  in?; these many years. If it is foolish  to rely upon God for physical help,  what course would our critic advise  the people to take who are unable to  find relief in material means?  The benificiaries of Christian Science  are to be found in all the walks of life,  ���������on the judicial bench, in the editorial chair, among the faculty of universities, at the head of banking and  commercial institutions and on the  lloor of congress, all happily ignorant  of their weakinindeclness in using  spiritual means for their sick bodies.  Just why our critic despises spiritual  means is not apparent. Paul said to  be carnally-minded is death: but to be  spiritually minded is life and peace:"  but as this apostle was guilty of using  spiritual means for'sick people, this  quotation may not be acceptable.  The. case cited by this corresdondent  of ii girl refused drink by her father  merits the severest condemnation, If  this person called himself a Christian  Scientist, his conduct belied the claim,  for no genuine Christian Scientist  would appiove such a course for a  moment. Some people think they are  Christian Scientists because they use  no material medicine, although they  may uot know the1 first thing about  its teaching or practise.  However, it might interest our correspondent to know that physicians  sometimes prescribe just such treatment in similar cases.  I would like to say here that Christian Scientists have no quarrel with  physicians. As a class, we honor them  highly for their splendid devotion to  their work in relieving human suffering. My reference to the obituary  column was not intended as a reflection against them, but to show that  'materia medica is hot sufficiently .infallible, to be considered superior to  the healing' method'of Jesus, since  thousands are passing out tinder its  care every day.  Your second correspondent evidently wishes to be fair to Christian Science, and for this I thank him. For  his information I won id say that  Christian Science uses the word real  as relating always to God and His  creation. What God did not make is  not regarded as real,"in that it is not  permanent and eternal, but is capable,  of destruction. The Scripture reads',  "All things were made by Him; and  without Him was notanything made."  Evil of any kind is not considered as  part of God's creation, hence in the  absolute sense uot real.  Christian Science does' not ignore  the presence of sin iu human experience, any more than it ignores the  presence of sickness, since as I have  before pointed out. Christian Science  is here for the sole purpose of redeeming mankind Iroin just such conditions.  The great difference between Christian  Science and other denominations in  their attitude towards evil is this, that  the latter are striving to overcome  evil as a reality, while Christian Science is combating it as a false belief  Their purpose is the same but the  methods are vastly different. The  seeming reality of evil may be illustrated by  hallucinations produced by  Don't Send Money in a utter  \^7lIErsr you send subscriptions to magazines, or order  " goods out of town, or pay small accounts at a dis  tance, do not place the actual cash in the envelope. Thousands of dollars are lost every year through fire, robbery  or mis-direction. Use the Bank Money Orders, issued by  the bank. They are payable in Canada and the United  States in any sum np to fifty dollars.  Their protection is well worth their small cost. ri8  78 Years in Business.  Hedley Branch  Canitaf and Surplus C.7.384.,000.  C. P. DALTON, Manager  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  \k  WM. BRYANT  Proprietor  mesmerism, in which the subject is  made to believe cm tain suggested conditions are real, and these seem tangible to him while in that state, but  disappear when a normal mentality is  resumed.  Sin and disease are human errors,  and seem'as real to the person experiencing them as'a'boy's errors in his  arithmetic do to him; but in both cases  when the truth is fully understood,  these errors 'disappear.' Jesus said,  "Ye shall know the truth, and the  truth shall make you free,"���������free, from  what?. Surely not from things that  are true. From what else could the  truth free mortals, but error: and  error as its name implies, is the lack  of being true. Jesus came to save  mankind from the things which God  did not make, that is from sin, disease,  and death. If God made these conditions they must be eternal, and can  never be. destroyed; but if God did not  make 'them,, they are. not real in His  sight, and.are the errors from which a  knowledge of the truth is to free mankind.'  Christian Science does not regard  the omnipresence of God, or good, as  being circumscribed on account of the  human belief in the presence of evil.  David said, "If I make my bed in hell  behold, Thou art there," evidently implying that good is always present to  deliver- mortals when they are willing  to rely upon it. Evil is present only  to the human sense that believes in  and obeys it, not its a substantial aiid  real entity. An apostle referred to  the devil, or evil, as deceiving the  whole world; hut if evil is an actual  reality, as goodness and love are,  where would be the deception? If  humanity universally obeyed the  teachings of Christ, and refused to  obey evil suggestion, where would  evil have existence or 'presence?  Christian Science practise is tlie influence of the divine Mind over the  human, not that of human m ind over  another mind. The latter is hypnotism, which is not a factor in Christian Science. AVhile Christian Science does not approve of such methods  it leaves each one to work out his  salvation in the way he feels is best.  S.VMUKJ., G UK EN* WOOD  READ==  Then Think!  Now that you have commenced to read this article, just  .keep right on to the end," and  then you will have absorbed  meat of the cocoanut.  '.-What has this town ever done  for you,: It has fed you, and  clothed you, and housed you,  and given you employment  and kept the wolf from your  door for these many years.  It has done more. It has furnished you recreation, and enjoyment, and has guided you  safely over many of the  stones that beset the pathway  of life.  It lias praised your good  deeds and has thrown the  mantle of charity over your  (pjcstionable ones.  It has been, and is, YOUR  HOME. Iiut what have YOU  done for the TOWN'?  You are making you money  here but where are you spend-  ing it."  Are your buying goods from  the local dealer, who pays  and otherwise contributes liberally to tlie upkeep of the  community and your home,  or are you sending your money away to some catalogue  house that wouldn't lend you  a five cent piece to save your  soul from purgatory?  And now you have reached  the point where we want you  to stop and think, and think  hard, .and to a sane, sensible  and patriotic purpose. 7^fr=^r-f.-V---f  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. NOV. 4. IVM.o  | James Stewart |  X  M  jf  General  X  ��������� X  X  X  Merchant  X  X  X  .X  m  X  X  X  ���������S  Groceries,  Fruits and  X  X  IS  X  Vegetables  X  K  X  ���������K  X  X  Boots and Shoes  . x  X  i X  K  X'  X  X  Overalls  X  &'  X  X  X  and Underwear  X  X  W*?iW������r0^^aw������������D*j?*u^������iw*8y>������������?*?������?  years ago -and notices great improvements. In those days he hiade the  trip by stage. S.-L. Smith is the local  representative of the company.  Talk about the Gazette. Let us  send a copy to your friends in the Old  Country.  Our- local member, L. "\Y  accompanied by Road Supe  Turner, came to town in  auto AVednesday evening of  Thursday they went up to  and Friday to the Oregon  turning the same night i  down to Keremeos.  . Shatford,  ���������rintendent  the latter's  1 last-week.  Princeton  claim, re-  inil   going'  lledley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  ATHS  IN CONNECTION  R. HILLIARD  Prop.  TOWN AND DISTRI6T  Christmas   greeting  Hedley Gazette.  cards   at   the  Send in your personal itr  Society Lklitor and help to  local paper interesting.  ins   to the  make   the  ' [ndian agent Brown was a visitor to  tawn Thursday, coining in by auto  and leaving the same afternoon.  The Misses Lyall left Thursday for a  brief visit iu Princeton. While there  they took in the Oddfellows dance.  It. J. Armstrong, of Chopaka, was  in town Monday. 1 Ie has some very  fine pork for sale. See his ad. in this  issue.  AV. Kescorl left Friday for the sanitarium at Kamloops, he was accom-  panied by his brother who came up  from California to look after him.  .  The hank has on display in its win  dow a framed, engrossed and engraved "Roll of Honor" showing the men  who went to the fi out from the employ of the bank. The work is very  well done and reflects great ciedit on  the institution as well as on the men  whose names appear thereon. Not  only the name is1 shown but also tlv--  regiment to which they belong and the  town from which they enlisted. Hedley has the honor of sending one man,  who formerly worked in the bank although his name does not appear on  the roll which was made up before hi-  enlisted.    He is corporal   A. XV. Jack.  Bow. Kee. Laundry  Only First Class Work  Laundry Delivered Anywhere  0  me Best in  tie- Qrooern Line bwi from us l  We Guarantee' Satisfaction with  every article purchased here  f   Phone orders receive the same care and attention  ���������   as though personally given. Try and be convinced  OREELMAN &  LYALL  .  "STORE OF QUALITY"  ���������  X  ���������  ���������  ���������  ADVERTISE  IN THE GAZETTE  Harry Silk and Mr. Jes'sup, of Col-  ville, Wash., stopped over for a few  minutes Sunday on their way to  Princeton,   They returned Monday.  Tho Hedley Trading Co. hits re-  sheated one side of the store. Messrs.  Boeing & Brass had the contract and  the work wiis done by Mossrs. Bower-  .man and Forbes. *���������   '   *   '"   "*   "  "Rough on Rats"- clears out Rats.  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House. 15c.  and 25c. at Drug and Country Stores.  SUNDAY DINNER  ��������� at the ���������  Similkameen Hotel  A. J. Woodburn, Government Telephone Engineer and D. A. Miner- and  F. AV. Philips, of Princeton, are in  town giving the local system some  ���������needed overhauling.  See our samples of Christmas Greeting Cards before deciding on Xmas  ���������presents. These are inexpensive gifts  ���������and suitable to .-my. AVe also carry a  line of Xmas and New Year Post  ���������Cards at (i.yssktte Officis.  Mine Host AVinkler is having his  'bar and ollice painted. The bar is  gradually taking on an entirely new  appearance in brown and grey and  gold and when completed will certainly be a credit to th;i hotel.  A. Lewis, of the London find Liverpool and Globe Insurance Co. was in  town for a few days this week in the  interest of his company. Mr. Lewis  made the trip over this territory some  At (5 p.m.  Soup  Soup De Bouillon  Fish  Fresh Halibut (Anchovy Sauce  Entrees  Sugar Cured Bacon (Julienne)  Banana Fritters, Raspberry Sauce  Oyster Patties  Roast  Leg of Pork,  Apple Sauce  Sirloin of Beef, An Jus  Spring Chicken,  Roasted and Dressed  Vegetables  Puree of Potatoes  String Beans  Dessert  Green Apple Pie    Mincemeat Pie  Lemon Meringue Pie  Suet Pudding, Brandy Sauce  Tea  Coffee.  Fresh Fruits  Cocoa  Hedley   Gazette  $2 per annum  LOUIS C. ROLLS ������������ CO.  =====     HEDLEY, B. C.      ==========  -    -    -    Agents  for    -    -    -  VICTOR GRAMOPHONES  We Sell on the Easy Payment Plan  New    Records   E  very  H-nimum-���������  Month  IT you are either, read and consider carefully xvhut follows: In the past twenty-five years, hundreds of men like you,  poor, hard-working, 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 they 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 experience, .but if you will reflect a few ' minutes on the  calculations that a man must bo able to make to pass even  the lower Government examinations,    vou will readilv admit  ' Xf V  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 the. different Government examinations are 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 Scrantoh Schools are  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 sections of pipes,  etc., which you must know in calculating horse-power, tlie  amount of water, ah1 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  coining.   .''-.-'...'  It is not only in mining but in nearly three hundred other  trades and professions that the I. C. Schools have for years  been -helping poor but ambitious men and women up to the  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 the  particular'course ami giving names and addresses of large  numbers of successful students.  PAINTING  PAPER-HANGING  KflLSOMINING  TERMS MODERATE,  DALY AVE.   -   -   ilEDLEY., B.G.  The Nickel Fiate  Barber shod  SATISFACTORY, SANITARY  TONSORIAL SERVICE,  This shop it equipped with  Baths and all tlie latest  Electrical   Appliances.    '  W.T.BUTLER, - Prop.  ���������   KEREMEOS-PENTICTON '"  ROYAL MAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves  on   arrival  of 9.30  and 4 o clock trains.'  Biiggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO     STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  ST. JOHN'S .CHURCH  ���������ANGLICAN���������  Services 2nd (Morning) and -Ith (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  p;?^k^-   4-fJfe  li^'tllK'Sll^^s^  Get "More Maiiey9'' for your JLyioc  MUSKRAT, FOXES, Y(OLVES, EEAVEK, FISHER, WHITE  WEASEL and oilier Fnr bearers collected in your section  SHIP YOUR FUKS DIRECT to "Sill-BEIIT'* the largcsl  house in the World dcr.liwj exclusively in NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS  a reliable���������responsible���������safe Fur House with an unblemished reputation existing- for "more than a third of a cenuirv," a lonsr successful record of sendinjrFur Shippers prompt.SATIS FACTORY  AMD PROFITABLE returns. Write for "JEtic j&liubcrt ������->Ijippcr."  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  Write for it-NOW���������it's FREE  AD   SHIIRFRT   Inir   25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.  . D. OHUDLK i , inc. DeptC 107CHICAGO.U.S.A.  Complete .Mining Kngii  coring  Fire Boss  Metal Mining  Metal Prospector  Compk'U'. Metallurgy  M vdivmiolallurgv  Milling  Complete Coal  Mining*  Complete Civil Engincer'g  Surveying .-incl Mapping  l-ii-idgo. Ktiginecring  St met ural Kiigineoriiig  Concrete Cons!ruction  ArchitecUue  Automobile. Untitling  Chemistry.  Commercial  Drawing  Electrical  Mechanical  Steam  Marine and  Refrigeration Engineering  French,    Spanish and  Italian taught by-  Phonograph  Hedley Methodist Chukcji  FRANK STANTON, B. A.  Minister  Services will   he held the   First-and'  Third -Sundays of the month  at 7.80 p. m.  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENT'IO SCHOOLS, Scran ton, Pa.  Please inform rue how 1 c.-in gaiti a money-earning knowledge of the subject marked X, or named below, and send nie catalogue containing description  of course and letters from successful students.  Name. Address   Age Occupation Employed by.  Course Wanted (if not given above)   Remarks   Clears, Cigarettes  and Tobacco  Greeting Cards  Large Assortment of  Xmas  and New Year Cards soon to  -    Arrive    -    -  ftedley Drug & Book Store  Travel by Auto...  Call up Phone No. 12  IT A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    II Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  PflLAG&  Mveru, Feed & Sale Stables  Phono li'.  HKTJLEY  B. C.  D. J.   INNIS  Proprietor THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. NOV.  tire irates"'. A hearty invitation  is extended to ill I. Preacher, R.  G. Nt ewart.  ^    <T)    f">  a  The Bis: Store"  General  erchants  KEREMEOS, B. C.  KEREMEOS  Mr. and Mrs. Hemming' left  hist week Por their home in  Sand on. H. C  The Siniilkaiiieen Women's  Institute will liold ;i s;ile of  work ,-it. tlie Keremeos Town  Hall on 1'Viday November I2th.  at S ]).ni. There will he dancing afterwards. The proceeds  ol: all the eil'orts of tlie ladies  goes to one 'or other 'worthy  cause and the public: can make  no mistake in spending its time  and money for the objects  which the ladies present. Come  out to this dance and help procure comforts for tlie men who  are lighting your battles fit the  front.      "   '  Funds Committee  Continued from pagi" one  Telegrams      I Si I  7<r- -10  ,. 1 (Ml) Id  Balance on depo.siL Oct. loth    2 So!) nil  Hallowe'en pranks met the  eyes of each and everyone on  Sunday morning.  Mrs. S. Kirby. of Merritt is  .visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs.  Geo. Kirby for a few days.  Mi-. Max Ewart. Immigration  officer of Penticton was in town,  on Monday on official business.  Airs. Carle entertained, a few  at dinner on Saturday evening  the occasion being the anniversary of her   Imsbands birthday.  Dr. Lewis of Oroville was a  visitor to Keremeos for a few  ���������hours on Monday on his return  from a hunting trip at Merritt.  ��������� 'Geo. Price of the Hobo mine  left for Oroville' on Tuesday's  train for medical treatment.  Hope he will soon return in  o*ood health.  Rev. J. A.'GJeland   of Penticton held   service in   the   Town  Hall on Sunday   last. . The Boy  Scouts under   their able leader,  .Rev. Frank   Stanton,   paraded  to   the evening   service   where  lie v. Mr. Clcland   delivered one  of his elocmcnt addresses complimenting the Scout. Master   on  his   excellent    work   with   the  boys.    Mr. Cleland   took for his  text   the   Motto    of   the   P>oy  Scouts.     "Be      Pieparcd".    He  pointed out in ' language which  every boy could understand the  absolute   necessity of living'up  to the Motto, morally, mentally  and  physically.    The  Hall was  filled to seating capacity, showing the   interest taken   by the  public in  the organization. We  feel assured   that not   only the  Boy Scouts, but   all present enjoyed  the   very   excellent   address.    Kev.     Frank    Stanton,  Scout   Master, read the   lesson  for the eveniug.  $3 SSS 00  We certify and declare that we have  examined the funds of tho Hedley  Patriotic l-\iiids Committee and find  the balance shown on hand Sjl2,S:iO.;'0  is correct.  H. D. Baiinek,    1  .    ,.,  Iledley, Octohei- 25th, 1015  See.-Treasurer's Note ���������- Since the  balance sheet wasnudited the unpaid  siilwcriptioiishitve been reduced to $81.  fn connection with the ������2,839.50  balance on deposit the Gazette draws  attention to the fact that of this  amount $2,000 has been set .aside for  an emergency fund lo he used exclusively for the benefit of the men who  have or  who may enlist from Hedley,  In the opinion of tho Gazette this is  a very wise and far-seeing policy. Al  the present time no human agency  can perdict how the fortunes of war  may effect the future, of these brave  fellows who have gone to represent  our town at the gieat carnage, and it  is no more than the duty of Hedley  people to make some provision for  them on their letiun.  When Buying  Anything at  The Store  SEE THAT IT IS  Made In Canada  stwmmmtzsmiiBmm  ������mmOTTi'Brgjigi������w,������.im������iAran^^  wnrwwrA-aCTiwnagmKvwyjiMjMMmMnaroirM  ~\Ye have just received complete new samples   of this-,  season's Greeting Cards.    The assortment is large and prices  will suit any pocket.' Leave  orders early, so-as  to  catch  the Old Country Mails with  PORK FOB SALE  L. W. Shatford; M. L. A. and  Mr. Turner, road superintendent, passed through here. on  Friday evening by auto from  upper Similkameen.  Mr. and Mrs. Morrison 'and  sister-in-law left for the coast  last Thursday after spending  the .summer mouths at their  beautiful home here.  I have the finest grain fed pork, for  sale and will deliver the same to Keromeos for 1-1 cents per pound. Above  Keremeos in the Similkameen, Twill  deliver it for 15 cents and in the Okanagan district for rO cents. On every  order of 100 pounds, send me 50 cents  with the order which will be credited  on your account and 1 will turn that  money over to the Similkameen  Women's Institute, at Keremeos, fertile purpose of the Red Cross fund.  R. J. Armstkoxci, Chopaka.  mmmmmm&mtmmmmm^mmiiMSS  In order to reduce certain lines in which we are overstocked, we will offer  them for sale at greatly reduced prices  Mr. Martin Btirnieleft on Sat-  urdnys train for his home in  Vancouver after spending the  summer here overseeing the  property of his Uncle. A. Morrison.       "1  >������������������-<   ." Messrs. Frank Manery, ..Jim  ' Waugli and Joe Varity left on  Tuesday for Penticton where  they will enlist for overseas  service. There is still room for  more boys.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing lana, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kkremeos, B.C.  Mr. and Mrs. Sprack who  'have had charge of the boarding house at the Keremeos  Land Go.'s' ranch, left on Tuesday's train for their home in  Siindon. B. C.  Divine service will be eon-  ducted in the church on Sunday  .Nov. 7th. Morning service 11  a. in. Subject:���������"The Zionist  movement," Evening service  7.30 p.m.. Subject:���������"Go through  Synopsis-of Coal' Mining Regulations  fiOAL mining rights of the Dominion, ii  v-/ Manitoba;- Saskatchewan and Alberta,  thu Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories anil in' d'portion of the Province of Hrl-  tish Columbia., mny be leased fora term of  twenty-otic yearsntnn an mini rental of $1 an  acre. Not more than :>.50n acres wi be leased  to ono applicant.  Applicution for n lease must be mudo by the  applicant, in person to tlie 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, and in unsurveyed territory tho tract  applied for shall be staked out y the applicant  himself.  Kach applicution must be aeeompiinied by  fee of Sr> which will be refunded if the rights  applied for are not available, but not other  wise. A royalty shall l>o paid on tlie inercli.-u.it  able output of the mine at. thu rate of live cents  per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish  tho Agent with sworn returns accounting for  tho full quantity of merchantable mined  and nay the royalty thereon.    I coal min  ing rights are not being operated sti     returns  should be furnished ut least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining.rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  bo considered necessary for tbe working of the  mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information application should bo  made to the Secretary of tho Jieriarttnent. of  the Interior, Ottawa, or n any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.IJ.-Uiiauthori/.ed publication of fchis ndvc  tiscment will not be paid for. 51 liui  4>  ���������  This is an opportunity you cannot afford to overlook \%  as it offers Money Saving Bargains such as  Keremeos and district has never known  Among them are the following:  Sh1  ���������  i,  A Fine Assortment of Really First Class Shoes  But we have too many of them, yours at  A splendid showing  Come in and see, at  3   ���������  ty  KEREMEOS CENTER, B. C.  t

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