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Array tEG'S������4;  AND SIMILKAMEEN  Volume X.     Number^^S, ^ -  ���������1  6  ^  VERTISER.  HEDLEY, B.C., THUESDJHBn.OVEMBER .12 1914.  $2.00, In Advance  JflS.GLflRKE  Watchmaker,  HBDLBY, Q.  Clocks and WatGhes for Sale.  N. Thompson phone seymour 5913  MGK. WESTKRN OANAD.i  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.    '- .  Offices aiul Warehouse, 847-63 Bcatty Street  'Vancouver, B. C.  END IN SIGHT  Work on  The Big- Power Plant Nearing  Completion.  Hedley    /liners'    and    nillmen's  , Union, No. 161, W. F; of M.  Regular meetings of the Hedley Locn , No.  181 arc held on the first and third Wednesday  in the month in Fraternity hall and the'second  and fourth Wednesday at the N. P. Mine  O. M. Stevkns T, R, Wimjsv  President Fin-Secretary.  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly mootings of  Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  aro held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  A. CREELMAN, H. Q. FREEMAN  W. M . Secretary  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1744. aro held on-  the third Monday in evory,  month in Fraternity Hall.  Visit  ing brethern are cordially invited to attend.  S. KNOWLES, W. M,  C. P. DAI/TON, Sec't.  DR. J.  L.  MASTERS  . DENTIST  Will be at Home office in-Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office  on  North   Main ��������� Street.  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tei, No. 78 P. O. Dkavek 160  PENTICTON,       -      -       B. C,:  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building Princeton  It is just about a year since the first  sod or rather the'first rock was turned  on    the    Similkameen    Waterworks  Company's power plant  and with a  reasonable   break of luck  the big job  should   be completed   in   all   except  minor details by the end of December.  The dam is complete in  every essential except the stop logs which require"  another     three     week's    work    yet.  The flume  proper is finished as far as  water carrying capacity is concerned.  A  little  more planking  may be  done  on the sides but this   is immaterial for  the present needs at least. The bottom  which  has been completed for some  time is laid on a bed  that would carry  a railroad and   hits been proven by  actual test to be tight as a drumhead.  Not much is done on the big forebay  as yet, it being a comparatively simple  job which is not greatly subject  to  weather ��������� conditions.    . The   strategic  point at present seems to be the foundation of  the power honse,' and everp  effort is being-inade to'get' the cement  work done  before  the   frost sets in.  In spite of the difficulties encountered  in  an  extremely  pervious stratum, of  gravel    which   is   causing   excessive  flooding of excavations at the power  house,   there   seems   to   be   excellent  prospects  of  the  important  parts   of  the work   being finished  under favorable weather conditions.    Contrary to  the   statement,   published some time  ago in these columns on  the best authority in the camp,  the power house,  with, the exception of the foundation,  will  be  a frame structure   with   the  . heav y_ _m ac.h i nej-y.; Li-.esJ-in gX -Oji^sojich  monoliths  of cement.     Power isinow  being transmitted, from the old powerhouse to the site of the nevy: and as  as the  work,   which was going along  prettily steadily before, !is now. being  facilitated by the use of "juice",,prospects  look - bright for its   being - completed in schedule time and wirhin the  original estimates.  SCHOOL AT THE NICKEL PLATE  a  Fair Deal.  COMING INTO OUR OWN  Kiddies at the Mine  G-et  i  Once more the Nickel Plate is to  have a school of its own. In the early  days of the camp theii> was quite a  flourishing little institution at the top,  but most' of the families moved to  town and the attend-incc fell below  the minimum required by the Educational Department, with the usual result of closure.  Some three weeks ago .when Inspector Anstey was making his semiannual rounds in the Similkameen he  paid a flying visit to . Nickel Plate  camp' for the purpose of examining  conditions at the mine' with a view to  re-establishing o school there. At the  time Mr.-Anstey intimated to the Gazette that, there were excellent prospects for the opening ,of the school;  iind we are pleased to note that a very  material corboration  of his words has  begun to appear during the past week  in the form of maps, books and other-  supplies billed through to the Nickel  Plate. The school is evidently to be a  reality, and that at no very distant  date. Applications for'the position of  teacher are already' rolling in and as  soon as suitable accommodation' can  be arranged for theel Issesj work will  begin with an initial.1 attendance of  ten. This will doubtless increase when  men with growing families realize  that ibis no longer a ;choice between  working riown in town or leaving their  children untaught.  The  Prosperity of the   Sunny   Valleys  Just Over the Divide  DANCE AND PRESENTATION  MINING NOTES  BENEFIT CONCERT  W/alterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY TO  LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  GREAT  NORTHERN  HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  .  Bar and Table the.Be-it.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation '  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Hedley   Brass    Band  Offers A Variety  Programme Next Tuesday  Evening  Medley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  First-class Line of Cigars, Tobacco  and Soft Drinks always  on hand  HILLIARD (St. TOPLEY  j  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN^  MEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date   First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  ROLL    MB   A GAME   AT   ROLLS  The benefit concert under the  auspices of the Hedley Brass Band;  advertised for November 17th. promises to be one of the bright spots in  the season's musical offerings. As  the subjoined programme indicates  Mr. Glaze is presenting a good variety  of talent which merits your patronage,  apart from the fact that the concert is  more or less of a public enterprise  which is deserving of support. The  concert will be followed by a dance,  the admission to the former being 75c  and the latter 50c.  Come along and don't come alone;  what's six bits lo make a girl happy!  Red Hot Medley March        Southwell  Rand  Special Mr. Glaze  Reading     The Famine     Longfellow  Mrs.   Forbes  Male Quartette Selected  Messrs.   Hansen,   Kuowles,   Willey,  and Howe,  Dancing Special       Dorothy Criichley  Guitar and  Banjo Duet  Mrs. Forbes and Mr. Glaze  Overture   Admiration Southwell  Band  Intermission  Part  II  Song and Dance Cuba Sweets     Fosey  Piano Solo Selected  Mr. Glaze  Ocarina and Guitar Duet  Mr. Glaze and Mrs. Forbes  Vocal Solo '        Selected  Mr. J. Howe  Banjos and Bones Trio  Mr. and Mrs G. Lyon aud Mr. Glaze  Sketch The Geese  Mrs. Michell and Mrs. Forbes  Step dance Mr. G. Lyon  It's A Long,  Long Way to Tipperary  Band  The mining activities in the vicinity  of the 23-Mile make -dt necessary that  immediate steps be taken to put the  trail in shape, as tbe benefits for Hope  velopments are mutual. A large  quantity of ore is ready at the .Rainbow Camp, awaiting shipment and G.  H. Brown already has eight pack  horses -oiiguged-Lhis ~week~brihgingrit  out to Hope for transfer to the smelter. A cable is being stretched from  the big workings about 700 feet up the  side of the mountain to the trail below  which will facilitate the handling of  the ore to a nicety. The showing at  this working commended with a two-  inch, vein on the surface .and is now  opened up to a depth of twenty feet  with a showing six feet wide, thirty  feet from the.face, all uncovered and  with every indication of still greater  showing as developments proceed.-���������  West Yale Review.  This week .ten inches of clean ore  was uncovered in- the face, of the incline drift on the California mine.  Alex. Ferguson, who brought the  news to town says the vein is clean  galena, and is widening as development proceeds.  The California is at present under  lease to J. O. Winter and Martin  Jacobson. They decided to throw up  the lease a couple of weeks ago, but  friends in town persuaded theni to  continue, with the probable result  that they will pull out with enough  money to take life easy.  Some years ago Martin Jacobson  and A. O. Ostby netted about $10,000  from a. lease on the California. It is  to be hoped that this lease will prove  equally profitable, and the chances  ai e that it will be more so.���������Slocan  Record.  With the advent of adequate railway facilities southern B. u. w'll surely come into its own, and the linking  up of the Boundary valleys begins to  be an immediate reality. At Hope  the Canadian Bridge Company have  got the big K. V. R. j-ridge well under  way and large quantities of steel are  being unloaded daily on the grade. In  spite of earlier rumors to tlie contrary  it appears- that with a fair share of  luck the K.V. will get into Princeton  this year, as the bridge at One Mile  creek is already under way.  Just what this will mean to the  Similkameen can best -be gathered  from Vice-President Bury's, remarks  when he visited Penticton last week.  In reply to the question of the southern route becoming a second main  line, as it were, Mr. Bury's reply-was  direct and unequivocal. "People here",  said he. "should not get the idea that  this is to become the main line. The  C. P. R. would not spend a fortune on  the Rogers Pass tunnel if it ever intended to divert its main line traffic.  Under no present known conditions  will this line become the company's  main line through B. C:, although it  will certainly be'an important scenic  route, and also avaluable short line to  the coast and prairies for tbe transportation of fruit, timber and coal."  It is already- an open secret that the  So'o Line which is controlled by the  C.P.R. will operate its trains over the  southern tricks instead of running  over the main line. This fact coupled  with the knowledge that the same Co.  is planning to embark on an extensive  advertising campaign at the Panama  Pacific Exposition to attract visitors  to the Boundary route and supported  by Mr. Bury's words, gives a pretty  fair indication of the part the new  Jines -willxplay in .the: -economic.-life of;  southern British Columbia.        ---'-.       -s  Farewell   Hop for Mr.  Pollock���������Merrill  Trophy Presented   *'  PRINCETON PICKINGS  Tbe last act of tbe Merrill Oupdrama  was staged,on Friday evening when a  select little dance was given by the  Golf Club and the trophy presented to  this year's title holder, Mr. W. K.  Pollock. Though the dance was gotten up on rather short notice, those  who were present agree that it was  the blue ribbon 'event i.f the season.  The evening was ideal, the floor excellent and the. music, the kind that  gets into your feet.  About midnigbt a halt was called in  the festivities for supper, immediately  after which the real business of the  evening took placein the presentation of the Merrill Cup by President  G. P. Jones of the Golf Club, The  cup was accompanied by a neat .-peerh  fiom Mr. Jones who look the opportunity of bidding Mr, Pollock farewell  on behalf of the club and extending  to him their best wishes for lu-ightest*  success in his new field of endeavor.  In a brief humorous speech of acceptance in which, he explained that  his Caledonian ancestry prevented any*,  prodigality of words'on his part, Mr.  Pollock thanked his entertainers, as  good sports and better friends. After  due congratulations to the' new title  holder- the .dance went on till the  roosters began to sing their matins.  A PREMIER HIKER  Dr. Dawson of Perth on the Last Lap of  His Long Tramp.  Alfred Coles who made such a success in the Pierrot Troupe which played in Hedley last spring has now returned from Quebec, where ho went  after the sad loss of Mrs. Ooles in the  Empress of Ireland disaster. He will  spend the winter at Princeton. He  reports that the fort and town of Que-  becare very seriously effected by war  conditions, so many vessels being tied  up; They anticipate some pretty hard  times this winter.  The last day or two has seen a little  improvement, in Len Huston who is  suffering from an attack of append!  Exactly a decade ago the Sporting  Club of Australia put up a twenty-five  thousand dollar prize for an endurance  test which consisted in the aspirant  for honors making an itinery around  the world in the space of ten years,  entirely ...dependent...on.his^.ovvn resources to keep body and soul toget tier'-while he hiked. Only one of the  original entrants. Dr. Jack Dawson of  Perth", Australia, is still in'the hunt.  Last ��������� week he reached Enderby and  the Enderby Prer.s writes up the event  as follows.  Dr. Daw-son' was in Enderby last  week, for a day or two, and on Friday  evening lectured on his travels by  foot around the world. From Enderby, Dr. Dawson walked to Salmon  Arm on his way to the coast. At  Victoria he will be the guest of Sir  Richard McBride. After lecturing at  the coast cities he will take a boat for  his Australian home.    He will  be in  citis,     He is still  to weak to undergo  an  operation.      Some  years   ago   he I Perth   by the first of January next to  worked as an engineer at Hedley.        ; '  win the $25,000 offered by the Austral-  WORK ON THE BIG SHAFT  Good  Progress on the   Selkirk Tunnel  Nearly a mile and a half of the preliminary shaft of the five mile tunnel  to be driven under the Selkirk Range  for the C. P. R. has been excavated.  On October 26th, 501-t feet had been  excavated out of the pioneer bore, a  small passage running parallel to the  main tunnel from the western portal.  Rapid progress is being made with the  main tunnel, which is designed for  double track traffic. The main heading has been widened out to its full  width, 2373 feet from the eastern end  of operations and 1250 feet from the  tlie western entrance. A. section 706  [Williams I feet Jo"ff ������������9  been completed at the  F. P. Cook of Granite Creek spent a  few days in town on his way to his  "native city." He looked very much  better for his stay in the Hedley hospital. .  Work on the telephone line to Copper Mountain  is going ahead rapidly.  Are we blind oi-getting dry. The  Sitnilknmeen Hotel has found it necessary to put 25 electric lights along the  front to guide prospective patrons.  A week or two ago all the business  men in Princeton looked weary and  depressed and even the store windows  looked dull. Now their smiles make  even the face of "Old Sol" look sick.  The continuation of work on the K.  V.R. makes all the differeuce. A large  number of men will bo employed close  into town grading from the headquarter camp near the cement plant to the  joint depot in town. In spite of the  general depression business looks good  for the winter.  God Save The King  east end.  A solution of the problem of what  to do with the unemployed might be  found in placer mining along the Lar-  do river, if conditions next summer  show no improvement over what exists at the present time. It is said on  reliable authority that as high as $5  per day has been made by "panning"  along the banks of the stre-.im that  flows into tlie north end of the lake,  but in ordinary flush times this is not  considered a fair return for the unpleasant nature of the work. No  doubt the owners of large leases of  placer ground would favorably consider the sub-ieasing of small areas to  individuals on a royalty basis, as this  method would serve to help prospect  the ground.���������Kootenain.  iau sporting club. He 'must pack on  his back the S-L pound pack he has carried in his seventy-thousand mile walk  *)f the past ten years.  Dr.    Dawson   landed   in   Australia  when   the gang plank   was   run out  upon the ground floor.    He had -������20 in  his pocket.     Getting in on tbe ground  floor enabled  him  to get  in   "right",  and  when   he left Perth   on his walk  around   the woi Id   ten years ago,   he  was reputed   to   be   worth   ,������150,000.  And  he    has   not  been   permitted  to  touch  a cent of  his own money since.  With all  this cash at home,  and with  all the  pleasures and   comforts  that  that cash could buy tossed over his  head,   Dr.  Dawson  has   trudged   the  world   over with   an   Si-pound   pack  upon his  back,   living like a tramp:  oltiines  with little or nothing  to eat  for days at a time,   and sleeping anyplace he  could  lay his head.    What  for ?     Ask  Dr. Dawson.     He knows,  but he will  not tell.     But if you are a  true enough sport yourself you will be  able  to  guess.     And   if   you cannot  guess, it  wouldn't do any good to tell  you.     But, primarily,  it was not fertile $25,000.  "Dr. Dawson is a marvelous man.  To appreciate him one must "meet"  him. The sterling qualities of a true  sport of an Englishman fairly bubble  out of every nook and cranny of bis-  hoofing. t,  Til 13 HEDLEY GAZE1TE NOV 12, 10U-  &e  Kites (tett  $  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per V ��������� ���������"������������������-'.IK  "   ( United Sl-iti;-)      --'.''0  Advertising Rates  Me.-i-aiienioitt. l'_ lino-: lo the: inc'i.  Transient Adveriisetuents���������lint, exceeding one  ini-li, SUM for one insert Inn. '-'���������'> cents for  eu-h Milj-cfiuunl. in.-ci-lion. Over nni'ini-li,  III vent-* per line for firsl, insertion and 5  vi'iit- pel" line lor eiu-li ���������.nl'sce-iienr. insertion.  Triu'sionrs payable in ndviuu-e.  Cort-llciito'iif liii|ji-i>\einentr-  .  .810.01  (Whore more tlntn one i-luiin appear-*  in notice, i?1.5) fur c.-ich additional  claim.I  M. CHILL. Managing tfdiiur.  ������������������-I'll Mnon  Lust ii'.iar.  I"  1911  Now Moon  l-'irst, nn.-ir.  ���������11.  NO V  1914  Sun.  MOIl.  >>  Tues. Weil  ���������Thu  5  . Fri  ��������� Sat.  i  3       1  i;  7  s  0  10     u  12  IS  11  15  111  J7      IS  19  2!)  2i  22  28  21      25.  2i'i  27  ���������J.S  20  30  LET US PAY  Some editors have the happy faculty  of   writing   articles  with   a   "punch"  which not only can be understood but  which cannot be mistmdi-istood.    One  of these  is H. XV. Power  of the Kaslo  Kootenaian.     A couple of weeks' ago,  in   a   moment  of  special   inspiration,  Brother Power  delivered himself of a  pithy  little curtain lecture   which ran  somewhat   as  follows,   "Some people  seem   to feel quite  peeved because the  Kootenaian   has  actually   stalled   to  put   its  subscription  lists   on a   cash  basis,   and   wants   to see  the  color of  every  subscriber's money.     Horrible!  But the same people pay railway fare,  club fees,   various dues of  one kind or  ' another,   drinks at.  the bar, etc.,   etc.,  '.',   in advance; so why   raise a howl when  the   local paper gets up enough  back-  ��������� bone   to make  sure of getting what is  coming  to   it?     Further,   it  may   as  well be.noted that  the Rootenaiaii intends to follow this principle hereafter  and, if it is unable to do so it will shut  up shop."  Hats  off   to  you,   Brother   Power.  May  the  bailiff never get you.    The  Gazette wishes   to rise up and call you  blessed while   the calling is good.    On  principle, we buy everything  we need  -at home because our interests are here:  because   a community  that   is   good  enough   to live  in is  good  enough   to  b'.iy in; because every dollar  we spend  at  home gets   up and goes  to work in  our  own  town,   not somewhere  else:  because we  believe in teamwork   and,  as tlie man we buy from helps to support our churches,   schools and public  utilities, all community efforts means  one shot for ourselves and two for our  home town.      On principle   we believe  in paying  our way as we go;   because,  on the face of it, it is  cheaper and, in  the long run, the man who makes you  pay up   is your best  friend,   while the  man   who  overloads you   with  credit  (wholesale   or   retail)   is   your   worst  business   enemy;  because   the   credit  system, used,  makes business,   buoy  ant and elastic���������abused, it makes business  rotten to   the core.    It is usually  ���������abused   to tbe   extent of being a positive curse to.the community.     In future wiir own chaste  sheet will  live as  far as may he by the  gospel according  to Brother Power���������more power to his  arm !  no brief for cither parties*. As is  usually tht; case when honest men  differ, the truth lies mid way hetw-i-n  the two. Accoiding l" lhe man on  t!ic Mi eel, the Band i-> -ullVring from  about c\ i-ry r-iiuplninl, in 1 he ca leiiib.r  except an overdose of public, spirit:  and there is a ceilaiii clement of truth  in 1 he conleiiliiiii. On two occasion*! at  Ira*I tin1 Hand has charged p-ires out  ol'al! pioporlion to the value of iheir  set vices and their repeilory of iiiu.-ic  his at all limes been extremely limited. On,Lhe other band when properly  approached, the Hand has offered its  Kervi-cs freel The buys have given,"  and .-ue .-till giving a great ileal of  time and genuine effort lo lhe Band.  They are having haul limes to made  cud.- meet and deserve the support  thai is duo lo any public enterprise  which is, or shows reasonable signs of  becoming, an asset lo the lown.  Much the same remarks apply to the  Band Orcbestin. The infant squalls  ino.-t awfully at time; but it should  lieiL be allowed to die for lack (if nourishment. Given time and decent treatment, it may well become the piido of  the. family. We need an orchestra:  and effort is being made to give us  ond: and, on the grounds of good  citizenship, we should support it so  long as it gives us any adequate re  turns for our money. But there's the  rub, Tbe orchestra if charging professional prices for amateurish music;  or has.done so up to lhe present. Individually the price may not be excessive; but, in the aggiegate, it is altogether to much to be even considered  in view of the services rendered. "Piling on all Lhe traffic will bear" may bu  a good policy for railroads but in a  small community it means sudden  death and hasty burial to any enter-  prize whose piime asset is public goodwill.  ...  Anyone ran dust the bearings with  eiueiy: anyone can say hard, cruel,  bitter things; but it takes a full sized  man to be generous. The situation is  most regrettable, not only on.account  of the . unpleasantness it causes ^at  home, but because .of the rather false  position in which it.places our talented friends from elsewhere, who have  helped us so -generously in the past:  and it is doubly regrettable because it  is so wholly unnecessary. The key to  the entire situation is a little frank  explanation-"'between'-- the interested  parties and a spirit of reasonable comprise on the part of both. Pursuing  the present tactics, they will meet  with-the conspicuous success of these  mild mannered cats which,  Scratched and bit and tore and fit  Till each one ate the other."  Those cats art-famous now, hut they  are both'dead���������very dead.  METEOROLOGICAL.  INOV  The following aro .the readings showing lemperature, etc., for the week  ending. Nov 7  !!)! 1:  ,VT Tllli   .MINI-*.  Maximum  -15 ���������  35  30  3!)  33  31  -II  Average maximum temperature 3S.00  Average minimum do 23.57  Mean Lemperature 30.2S  Rainfall I'or the week    00.0 inches.  Snowfall " 7.25  coititKSi'o.s'nixr; wi:ki* oi-* last vkau  Highest maximum temperature 05.  ���������  Average maximum d-i 35.12  Lowest minimum < d" 20.  Average minimum <it> 21.  \>  3  -I  5  (i  7  Minimum  21  25  32  3D  13  13  IS  Mean  20.71  AT THE   MILL.  Maximum JMiniiinini  Nov   J .. 55        ������������������ 30  11        .. 35  -15     ' ..       ���������      3J  53        .. 31  42        .. 31  ���������I 8        . . 30  -10        .. 31 .  Average maximum tempera tine 15. S5  Average minimum do 32.00  Mean do 3g.92  Rainfall for the week    5.00   inches  Snowfall        "        " .00  cOHHi'.srexniNG wki-:i* hi-* last vkar  Highest maximum temperature 52  Average ilo do .        -IS.  Lowest minimum do  *       25.  Average do do 27.85  .Mean do 37.93  78 Years in Business.   Capital and Surplus $7,786,663.  A SERVICE BUSINESS MEN APPRECIATE  The complete ���������ind valimblc service rendered by the  Hank ol: British North America has secured and retained the accounts as well as the confidence ot' a goodly  proportion of Canada's prominent business men. -Tlie  same service awaits you, whether your account be large  or small. "  C.  P. Dalton,  Manager  Hedley Branch,  WHEN   -WHITING   AIJVlillTISETtS PLEASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  ^������������������JlL.,JWlVX)tttJX*!il3tt^,'*"^  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  I1ISTUICT OF YALE  TAKE notice that I, Francis Henry French  of Hedley, li. C. occupation. Merchant,  intend .to apply for permission to purchase  tho following- described lands:-  Commcneiiig at a post planted adjacent to  tho south-west corner of Indian Iteservc No. '1.  near the mouth of the Twenty-mile Creek,  thence north 20 chains, thenc-c west 20 chains,  thence .south 20 chains thence east 20 chains to  point of commencement, containing 10  acres.  Kkaxcis Hb.vkv Fituxcu.  October tilth I'll t 10-10  Good /Vlorning!  \Al&e*.r& Introducing  American .Silk  American Cashmere  American Cotton-Lisle  HOSIERY  They have stood the Lest. Give  real fool comfort. No seams to  rip. Never become 'loose or  baggy. The shape is knit .in���������  not pressed in.  GUARANTEED for fineness  style, supeiiorit.y of. .material  and workmanship. Absolutely  stainless. Will wear six months  without holes, or .new.ones free.  OUR SPECIAL OFFER  to every one sending us $1.00'in  .currency; onpostal note, to. cover  advertising und-.shipping .charges  we will send post-paid wltlrwrit-  ten' guarantee, backed by ii'five  million dollar company, either.  3 Pairs of our 75c. Value  American Silk, Hosiery       '  or,.      4 Pairs of:our.50c. :Value.  American. Cashmere Hosiery  or      4Pairs.0f.0ur 50c.-Value  American Ootton-l^sle.Hosiery  or       6 Pairs of Children's Hosiery  Give the color, .size, and whether Ladies 'or. Gent's Hosiery is  desired.   ;';'-' '!.-'  - DON'T DELAY��������� Offer expires  when a dealer in your locality is  selected.  tlie International Hosiery Co.  P.O. Box 241       ���������'...  DAYTON, OHIO, U. S. A.  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED' OF  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  Dodgers.. Dates'  Circulars  ,    Invitations  Business Cards  Bills of Faro  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards.  TRY US.    WE GIVE SATISFACTION.  NOTICE  NOTICE  Because an impartial analysis of a  tangled situation always tends to  clear the atmosphere, we advert���������with  regret���������to the profitless friction now  existing between the townspeople and  our local musicians. The situation is  regrettable in the extreme and all tlie  more regrettable because it is based  on misunderstanding, biassed opinions  and beliefs which do not square with  the actual facts.  The Gazette, be it understood, holds  SI.MILICAMKKN LAND DISTUICT  DISTKICT OK VAI.K  TAKE notice that T.' Lytton Wilniot Shatford of Vancouver, li. C, occupation  Banker, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:-  Conimcncing at a post planted 20 chains du  west from the south-west corner of Indian  Reserve No 2. near the mouth of Twenty-mile  (���������rook, thence west 20 chains, thence south 20  chains, thence east 20 chains,' thence north 20  chains to point of commencement, containing  ���������10 acres.  Lvtton Wicmot Shatkoiid  by Francis Henry French, agent.  October I9th 191-1. J0-1  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the superintendent of provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known lis the Similkameen. hotel, ^situate at Hedley, in the.  province of British Columbia.  FRANK DOLLEMORE  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914.  Your interests  11 Are they in this community ?  If-Are they among the  people with whom you  associate ?  If Are   they   with, the  neighbors    and   friends  with whom yoii do busi-  . business % .-  If so, you want to know \yhat is'-hap-  pemng.iri this community. You want  to know the goings and comings of  the people, with whom you associate,  the little news items (if your neighbors  and friends���������how, don't you?  That is what this paper gives you  in every issue. -It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests; and. th'c interests of this  town. . ;,Is your name; on our subscription lists? If not you owe it  to yourself,,to, see that it isLput  there.    To do so  Will be to  &?  Synopsis of Coal Mining; Regulations  COAL mining rights of the Dominion, in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  tho Yukon Territory, tho North-west Territories and in a portion of tho Province of British Columbia, may he leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an animal rental of.$l an  acre. Not more than 2.5(50 acres will he leased  to one applicant..  Application for a lease inustbo made by the  applicant in person tothc Agent or Sub-Agent  of tlie district in whicli the" rights applied for  arc 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 by tho applicant  himself, n_ ,..,r,,;.':,,..^:,,r:���������t:    ...-.'  Each application 'inustbo accompanied by a  fee of ������0 \vhich will be refunded if the- rights  applied for are hob available, but notothcr-  Advertise in the  Hedley  Gazette  and watch Results  .wise. A! royaltiy-HlialtbO'paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of Ave cents  per ton : '       ��������� ;  The person operating the mine shall furnish'  thoAgont with sworn returns accounting for  thc'fifil quantity of merchantable coal mined  and nay the royalty theroon. If tho coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  ���������The lease-will include tho coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase -whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for tbo working of the  mine at the rate of $10.00 an aero.  For full information application should be  rnado to the Secretary of the Department of  the Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands. , -,  W.W.CORY,  Deputy Ministor of tho Interior. >,  N.B.-Unauthorii-cd publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. 3-Om  NOTICE  ROLLS FOR RIFLES  ..Liqor Act,' 19.10  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the supei inten-  dentof the Provincial police for renewal of the hotel licence to sell  liquor by retail in the hotel known as  the Smith hotel, .-ilua.te at Beaver-dell,  in the province of British Columbia.  JOAN M. SMITH  Dated this 10th day of October, 191-1,  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTKICT  DISTKICT OV VALB  TAKE notice that I, Howard Abbott Turner of Penticton, occupation Koad Su-  pcrintcnt, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the south-west corner of Indian Besorvo no. 2,  near the mouth of Twenty-mile creek, thence  west 20 chains, theneo south 20 chains, thence  cast 20 chains, thence' north 20 chains to point  of commencement, containing 10 acres.  Howaiid Abijot Tuhnkk  by Francis Henry French, agent.  October 19th 1011.  Don't Pay Out Good Money for Rent When You  Can Own a House of Your Own  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.  K H. French) Secretary and Manager HEDLEY, B. C. ;Jp  iixLu-j-jjaiumwa!"'.  3?  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE NOV 12, 1914  .--V^^Vr-4  THE FAMILY GROCERY  Riuervfew  ' Creamer y  Butter  Absolutely tlio best in  town.   Try a pound and be  .convinced.  IAS. STEWART & 'CO.'  I LADIES' COATS, f  To Measure  ������ SUITS and DR.ESSES  I  a?  x ��������� ���������>���������*  XT r3  ti  Samples of goods,   and Fashion   .I!  ft? ' "  S  Plates of Ladies'Suits, Dresses,  ������  and Winter Coats'may be seen at  SrlEDLEy SHOE STORE |  I ��������� ��������� - |  j������ Agents for Rex Tailoring- Co. $  |j! Suits Cleaned and Pressed at jjj  X Reasonable Charges 2  ^3a59Jsi6i9J������ia^*'i95������'iii9'ij'i5'i������ia^'i8'ifl^"rfiei������5������5'  5 Boh-Bbns   and  X  X  I Choice.Candles  * ���������������������������, ��������������������������� ���������  X ���������  j,"     .A full    line  on    hand.     Nice  |������ arid Fresh just arrived a  |? ��������� week ago.  Gall and Inspect  fledley priig.& flpok-Store  Hesciie**-y> O. cl  I  PflLflGE .  klvery, Feed & Sale Stables;  HKDLEY   13. O.  'IT A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    IT Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Towa and Eiistricft.  George Cawston is a Hedley' visitor  this week,  Order your Ohi-Ktinas cuds now  and order theni from us.  First-class piano for sale on i asy  teiins.���������Apply lhe Ga'/ctte office.  Ethel Hrom.le.yjor Keremeos is-^-i ending a lew days with Mrs. Di. McEwen.  Add a touch of pi'isoualiL-y to your  Chi k-,1 mas remembrance by making it  your own private caid. We dutvc  thein. ... ....  Vou will have In gel that skating  outfit before, long: why not older it  now,and save won-and money:- Step  in and see Holla about it.  L. H. Patten of Keremeos is spending a few days in Hedley this week  Ir-insnct ing a little liu-duc.-- and i e-  newing old aei-iiaintatu-e.--.   on the side.'  r������ngii.-.h Church services will It--  held in Frateinity Hall on' Sunday,  No*.. 15th, as follows: Holy Communion 8 o'clock a.m.; Matt ins���������11 a.m.:  Evensong���������7.30 p. m.  "What's the use ol sending away I'or  it? Hrticc Hulls will have it anyway.  Mis Chi istinas stock is on'lhe way and  it is biggei than ever. .Ju.-.t wait, for  his display. It 'is going to sui-pi i������������-  you.  The snow on the summits is at hut  driving the deer down within striking  distance of the local nimrods. Another day like last Sunday and every  hunter in town will have buckskin on  his woodshed wall.  This week Hedley has had bankers  to, burn. Mr. Jack anive-1 from Rossland on Monday to relieve Mr. Pollock  and. by some overlapping of orders the  latter was detained in .town for a.  couple of days. Mr. Pollock left  Wednesday for Vancouver.  Doc. Masters still keeps his  reputation in  Hedley.   Last Thursday Mrs..  A.    Creelman   and   Mrs.   Bert  Jones  ... .   i i -    .     '      .    . i l  journeyed to Oioville to have their  teeth treated. The former retnrned  on Saturday and the latter remained  A most pleasant-little social event  took place at Fraternity Hall last  'Wednesday evening, when tho gentlemen of the L. 0. L. treated their lady  friends to a little- informal enlerlaiu-  nipnt. Thu evening was spent in  games, dancing, "'music etc., am!  delicious left eshmelil.-. wet e served at  the 1 fall.  Dotigan Too Active  Al the l.-i'-t  itu'ci iii-i of i'he' .V-ihi'oif.'v'-  rr .-( Iiui'l  1 it���������:��������� 1 ii ,i   left el-   was 1 ei'idTl'i'i'in-  Oi-. A !ex indi'i lb iliiir-oii. siiperinieii;  del it i.f i-ill: rat im i -. I' Vict til in, ill whirl i  he asked the board lo advise J. ���������)���������  Doitgan Lo "cease his michievious -icli-  -vily throughout the province" on he]J  half of his te.icher.i' agencj'. Dougan  was in Hedley about a month ago and  visiti d the .-cbool while here.  HEDLEY SCHOOL REPORT  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE1  Phone 14. D.J.   INNIS        Proprietor.  INSURANCE  LOCAL AGENTS FOR  First Natioxai, Life  Mutual LiFii  Maryland Casuality  National Finis  HILL <������> MARTIN  Hedley Gazette Office.  3������fcatfera������������3������!*feVft*)t?������3*ia''������'������3ti3}������aat}������y  I Grand Union I  Hotel  | HEDLEY,   British Columb  X  K  x  K  x  X  X  *i  X  K  X  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor  sr  ������/  id  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  M  Hi  Hi  ii  Hi  Hi  Hi  gj  Corner White St. and Daly Ave  Hi  Hi  Hi  Here to Stay.  For Painting,  Paperharigirig  Etc., apply to  h BEALE  Terms    JWodl&t-eit&  over till Monday.  ' W. M, Daly and Mis. Tom Daly  came up to Hedley, last Friday even:  ing and furnished their usual acceptable brand of music for tlie Golf Club  dance. They were accompanied by  Mrs. ,D-*,!y'a mother, Mrs. O. A, Lind-  say of Spokane. . .,  We regret toleornfioin Mrs. Donald' McGibbon of the death of her  niece, JLiss Georgiani-i Mitchell, liit  her, home in La Chute, Que. Miss  Mitchell was well known in Hedley,  haying spent,some .months here last  year prior to her going home in broken health.  Last. Wednesday .Sid Edwards left  here for Penticton wheie he arranged  by fjhone .to join tlie 102 Regiment.  From Penticton he expected to go'in  company with the.Keremoos'iuartette  to Vancouver where tlie party will  join their comraxles and entrain forth e front.  Hon. L. W. Shatford deserves the  gratitude, of the Anglicans in Hedley  ���������and indeed of everyone who likes to  see local enterpiiscs go ahead. Tu addition to practically giving the chinch  people one of their lot.-, he has furnished twenty-five chairs for the new  building.  Arthur Coles and E, Hepper are  among the latest Hedley boys to join  the colors.- Late last week they left  for the front in company with our  other local recruit, Sid Edwards. It  will he recalled that Mr..Coles', brother passed through here a few days ago  on his way to join the Strathcona  Horse.  Monday last found Jack Lyall bid-  .(ling his . Hedley friends good-bye,  prior to leaving for the Bast. Jack  is headed for Toronto where . he will  take a course in electrical engineering.  Though he has been contemplating  the move for some time his rather  sudden departure came as a- little  surprise .to his many friends here  whose good wishes will follow him  wherever be may go.  Right under our windows the Kng-  lish Church building is growing. The  ,woik is in, the hands of the B. B, combination, Boeing and Brass. They are  busy B's at all times and the way. they  have shot the church building up this  week shows that they are not making  any false moves these days. Building  a church while the weather fiend is  hitching np his trousers to make  trouble is quite an achievement. They  h.-ivo won their race too: yesterday  the last shingle went on to the roof,  leaving only inside work to be done in  case the weather breaks,  ROLLS KEEPS GOOD GOODS  Third Class, Totil, 750���������Leonard  Michell 573, Garnelt Luke 553, Pose  Jones 525, George Wirth 512, Wesley  Lyon 509, Comer Jones 3S5.  .Second Class, > Total 550���������Lois  Boeing*-127, Polly Miudock -12'i, Rob.  ert McLeod '113, Eloise McLure 110,  Vivian Simons. 358,' Robert Boyd 353,  Mary Fi asm 330, George Stevens 3:23.  Minnie Winkler 30S, Orville Simons  302. Harvey Jones 273.  First Clas.-. Total 350���������Billie Michell 272, Ena Winkler 221, -Wesley  Mf&seiiger 170, Wan-en Rolls 1-11,  Mary Ilossack 107. J-  Prinit'i- Class in order of Merit���������  Marjorir Stevens, ' Wild'a Simons,  Katherine Rolls, Teddy, Burr, Mar-  gueiite Jones, Kalheiine Ilossack,  Madge Miudock, Gould Winkler,  Maiy Benl'iey. f  Enrolment 40.  Aggregate Atteiidance75L.  Average Attendance 35.70.  School Days 21.   .]  No. of late.-. 2S.        -  l-  Much Adler-i-ka  . Used in Hedley  It is repoi ted 4*y F. M. Gillespie,  druggist that much. Adler-i-ka is sold  in Hedley. People have found out  .IhaUD^H.SPOONFUL .������f'this siiiipje  buckthoi u bark and glycerine mixture  relieves almost ANY- CASE .of. constipation, or sour s.LoiiihcIi. It- is .so  poweiful that il is used in appendicitis.  ONE MINUTE "after "youtake it7"the  gasses riimbli: and pass Out. It. is  perfectly .--life t" use" and cannot gripe.  County Court of Yale  A.sitting of thu County Court of Yale will  be heltl at, tlie C'imfc llu'uso; Keremeos Centre,  li. (.',. on Tuesfl.iy tlie -Jlth <lnv of" November  lull nt II n'clo.jk in tlie forenoon.  .IAS. K. UUUJU'N,  ���������I'.i-'l Iteffistrnr Country Court of Yale.  MONEY  MONEY  Loans may be obtained for any pnr-  purposc on aecepi.'ihle Peal Estate  seciuily: libi ral privileges: con es-  pondenee so'ii-ileil.   '  A. V,. Agency Company  75S (i.-is, Electric Bldg.,  Denver, Colo,  The Barrels   Y������>������x^\\  and Lugs of i-5^  Double and Single Barrel  SHOTGUNS      ���������   n������<J'--P-ro**������cdm  j& one piece. Made of  specially selected skcl /fir ��������� STRONGEST where  other Eun3 arc jV HtflKEST. Compare  STEVENS with guns jff at any where near, the  price and note.    J%V> our QUAIITY thro-Jghout. :  Firebox linings withstand years ot* use-De-  cause made of McClary Semi-Steel.   See a  BSiZ.5.    ���������SB!*.'"���������-?'--a.   /���������   ~f  ���������74?  Yoo'll notice the linings are  made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason~ask the McClary dealer. "   64  TVlacSo-iHTi-Ganarfa  Sold by MEDLEY TRADING COflPANY  '   for  Thrifty   Buyers  A Big Table full of odd lines of  Dry Goods and Furnishings to  numerous to mention left from  our recent sale, which we do not  want to put back into stock.  PRICES CUT  Prices  all cut  to half and less.  WE SELL FRESH GROCERIES  THEY   COST NO   MORE THAN  THE OTHER KIND.   ONE TRIAL:-  WILL CONVINCE YOU  |   FRASER BLOCK - HEDLEY, B.C.  |  ���������WHAT a  \  I'^lV-Ui.!.  Our Shotgun  Catalog shows the  famous line of Stevens Repeaters���������Doubles���������Sin-  rIcs. If you cannot obtain STEVENS from your  dealer-let us know, and we will ship direct, express prepaid, upon receipt of Catalog Price.,  J. STEVENS ARMS  & TOOL COMPANY  P.O.BoxSOOS,  CHICOPEE FALLS^MASS.  You should worry   Freeman  has -��������� Shoes,  Rubbers,  Hats,  Mackinaws,    Hockey    Boots,  Bath Robes and Overcoats  The    Se-ini-Re-aiciy     Clothing:    Store  H. G. f^r&&mm.r\, Proprietor  ADVERTISE  IN THE  GAZETTE THE HEDLEY GAZETT12.    NOV 12 1914  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Mrs. Graham has l-etin-m-il to her  limne in Vancouver.  Mrs. C. A. Lindsay of Spokane,  mother nf Mrs, Thomas Daly, is visiting Mis. li. M. Duly at the present  lime.  Among tho.-e who came down from  Hedley to join in the farewell Lo the  volnnteeis were Messrs. H. It. Freeman, Frank Dollenmre, Homer McLean and T. H. Rothi'i-hain.  With Lhe deparlme of Mr. Etches  to join the second contingent, Mr.  Fred Gibson has taken charge' of tin-  post oflice, while Miss Eva Gibson -is.  looking after the telephone exchange.  Many would have heen pi mid of lhe  honor of having the volunteers as  their guests before, their departure.  Mrs. Carle, Mrs. Gibson and Mrs.  Kirby where the fortunate hostesses,  during the last days.  During the dance last "Wednesday,  Miss Annie [nnis had the misfortune  to lose a. large gold wish-bone brooch,  set with pearls and forget-me-nots..  Will the, finder kindly return the  brooch and gieatly oblige Miss Innis.  At ji meeting of the teachers and  ��������� officers of the Keremeos Sunday  School on November 4th., it was decided to have a Christmas tree as-  usual. Mrs. David Innis, Mrs. P. F.  Quant, Miss Vogel and Mr. Stanton  are Lhe committee in charge.  Thursday noon- the volunteers left  fer Penticton- in Mr. Charlie Ann-  strong's car. School had been dismissed early so that all the hoys and  girls , were there. Everybody else  seemed to be there too, anxious to hid  them a last good-bye and. wish them  Godspeed.        ��������� '  The Boy Scouts recently elected  their patrol leaders and other officers.  Cecil Harrison is patrol leader, and  George Clarke, Corporal of the.Kan-  garoo patrol. - Bennie Clarke is patrol  leader, and Lawrence Vader, Corpoial  of the Coyote patrol. Work has been  commenced in first aid and signalling  and much progress ic being shown by  the scouts.  All the ladies of the valley are assisting in relief work these days. The  women of St. John's Guild meet every  Wednesday to" sew for a sale to be  given in December, the proceeds of  which will be g-ive n to the Belgiti are-  Jief fund. The members of the Ladies  Aid at their last meeting voted all the  proceeds of their Thanksgiving dinner,  amounting to $-15:00 towards the same  worthy . object. : This Thursday the  Women's Institute are holding . a  ljaiiaaiy with the object of augmenting their contribution to the patriotic  fund.  the red tunic and white helmet of an  Ontario Militia Regiment, the other  in the khaki of tin* Third Canadian  contingent to South Africa. Mr.  Hi-own in <i few well chosen words full  ��������� if deep feeling told of the reason for  our meeting, and of the honor which  we would fain show lo those who  weie about to leave us.  In a pause during the dancine,  Messrs. Etches, Hogg, Hope and McCurdy were called forward. Mrs.  Frith and Mrs. Brown on the part of  the people of the valley, presented  them with it slight token of esteem  and affection.  After delicious refreshments the  dancing went on to the spirited music  of Mrs. Fiith, Mrs. Tom Daly, Mr.  William Daly and others.  A   Message   From the   Keremeos  Boys  Penticton, November 5th, 1014  Citizens of our Similkameen Valley,  Dear Friends:- -  As words failed us at our departure  lo thank you for all the great kindness you bestowed upon us, and the  splendid send-off you gave us, we now  wish to join in thanking you from the  bottom of our hearts, and iu assuring  you all that we will do our very best  for our King and Country.  H. C. N. Etches  Robt. B. Hogg  W. R. Hope  Robt. J.'McCuiady  KEREMEOS -PENTICTON  ( TWEDDLE'S  AUTO STAGE SERVICE  Tweddle's cars are   comfortable.   Tweddle's drivers  are experts.  No delays. No accidents  Autos leave l'onticton every morning to connect with trains to Hedley,  Princeton. Coalmont. Oroville and  ��������� all Boundary points.  Leave Keromeos for Penticton on  arrival of Great Northern trains   ,  PAIUS���������SINGLE $0.00  RETURN $11.00  NOTICE  .  NOTICE is hereby given thai on tin  2nd day   of January, . 1915,  application will be   made to   the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the transfer   of ^ the    licence -for; the   sale oi  liquor    by   retail   in    and  upon,���������.-tin-  pemises      known     as     the     Centra  Hole!   situate' -it Keremeos    Centre  British  Columbia,  fiom  H.  Tweddle  to   'Central    Hotel  Co.,   John  Hin:-  niell, manager.  Dated October 21s   1914.   '.''������������������  'Harry Tweddle, Holder of Licence-  Central Hotel Co.,  John Himinel,  manager,'.applicant for tiansfer.  NOTICE  Baggage carried. Commorcia trunks  arranged for  Break the monotony of train and  boat travel and take an auto trip.  When you arrive at Penticton  KcrcmcoR ask for  TWEDDLE'S AUTO STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and. all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  SILKS  Large Assortment of ehoici- "--ilk Dress  Goods, Silk hiindki'i-chii'l's etc.  for sale at rigl.- ������������������������������������" ��������� -  TOflMY S'SO. K-remeos.  WE'VE  GOT THE BUSINESS  AND THERE IS GOOD REASON WHY  If we were to be here to-day and pack up  and go tomorrow we could perhaps afford to  runjfour business along slip-shod lines. "We  are here, however, to build a business. This  we intend to do by stocking high-grade  goods and selling at a low margin of profit.  See our superior line of Goods  for Spring.  FRANK  RICHTER   ESTATE  I  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvement  Nkt.i.ik (A) Mineral Claim,' situate in the Osoyoos Mining ^Division of Yale District.  Whore locatod:- Nickel Plate Mountiou.  ���������"Fake notice that W. Arnott, Free Minor's  '���������"��������� Certificate N'o. 75111, intends, sixty days  from the date hereof, Lo apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate -of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Orant of  tho above claim. *-.-'.    ;._���������������.        9  And further take notice that action, tinder  ���������lection P5. must, be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of August, A. D., 18U  When   Writing   Advertisers   Please  Mention this Paper.  NOTICE]  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  PlMtSIDKNTIAL. TllYANGI.E FRACTION   Mineral  Claim, situate in the Osoyoos Mining' Divi--  Rion of Yale District.    Where   located:���������  Nickel Plate Mountain.  ���������"Pake notice thatL. H. Patten, Free Miners  ���������*���������        Certificate No. 751'-!3, intends, sixty days  from lhe date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements.  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above ciaim.      , ..-���������������������������  And further take notice that action, ��������� under..  section 85,   must bo   commenced'before" tho  issuance of such Certificate of  Improvements,  Da   in tliii- -.2nd day of August. A, D., 1914.'  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE  GAZETTE  .{IfBlppljlPPIiripiiri^  Ml  FAREWELL CONCERT  Keremeos Boys Given a Rousing Send-off  By Their Friends  Wednesday morning, just about  'train time, came the fateful telephone  'message that our volunteers were to  report at Penticton early Thursday  afternoon. How the boys themselves  felt we do not know for they said  little, hut everyone else seemed startled at the suddeness of the call.  A little send-off had been planned  I'or Thursday night but fresh arrangements had to be made upon the spur  of the moment. All afternoon Mr. C.  Armstrong in his auto, and Mr. Burns  on his motor-cycle, scoured the country round to let all know of the public  gathering in the town Hull that night.  People beg.-m.to gather early, coming  even from Princeton, Hedley and the  Lower Similkanieen. By nine o'clock  the hall was well filled. For a time  we sat and chatted with our neighbors  in subdued tones but ever and again  turning our eyes to see one or other of  the men in whose li onor we had come  together.  Several of our willing artists rendered impromptu numbers. Messrs.  Biu-nzie and Burns gave, an accordion  and mouth organ duet. Mrs. Brown  bang the "Call of the Motherland" and  later, "It's a long way to Tipperary"  in both of which the audience joined  in the chorus. * Mrs. Tom Daly also assisted by singing "Rule Britannia,"  which found a ready response from  everyone. Mr. Edmund's voice was  never heard to better effect.  Mr. Garmichael then introduced  Captain McLean and Mr. Brown who  appeared  on the  platform, the one in  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the  first day of December next, application  will be made to the superintendent of  Provincial police for renewal of "tin-  hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in  the hotel known as the Great Northern  hotel, situate in Hedley, in the province of British Columbia.  JOHN JACKSON  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914.  U  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by  retail in the hotel known as the Alexandra hotel, situate at Okanagan  Falls, in the province of British Columbia.  .   ARNOTT & HTNE  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1010  NOTICE is   hereby given   that,  on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the superintendent of Provincial police for  renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known its  the Keremeos Hotel,  situate  in  Keremeos,   in  the province of British Columbia.  MRS. A. F. KIRBY  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, 011  the first day of December next application will be made to the superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence te sell liquor by retail in the hotel known us the Grand  Union Hotel, .situate in Hedley, in the  province of British Columbia.  ANTON WINKLER  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1010  NOTICE is  hereby  given   that,  on  the first day of December next application will be made to the superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Central  Hotel ,situate at Keremeos Centre, in  the province of British Columbia.  HARRY TWEDDLE  Diited this 11 ith day of October, 1914.  Ill  m  1  II  m  1  1  1  11  1  You Can Thank  Advertising  NEXT time you step into the corner store,  take a look around. Of all the articles  on the shelves, how many were on your  shopping list five years ago? Make it ten  years, and you will find that most of the  things you buy to-day���������and could not do  without���������were not even made then.  II  1  1  m  1  w  1  : You men and women who buy  things, 'let this sink in. You are  better men and women because of  advertising. You eat more wholesome food. You wear better clothes.  Your home is better furnished. You  have cleaner and more sanitary-  houses. You read better books and  magazines. You seek more healthful amusements.  Your whole standard of living has  been raised ��������� and why? Because  the men who make these better  things are telling you that you will  be more comfortable, happier and  healthier if you use these higher  grade goods.  It is advertising that makes it  possible for you to buy "the best"  right at your corner s'tore. It is  advertising that encourages the  inventor to make new comforts and  new utilities and enables you to buy  them almost immediately after they  .are perfected.  J. J. Hill says this "high living"  costs more. True for J. J.���������but  it is worth more. And leaving the  cost aside, do you want to go back  to buying jam out of a pail, oatmeal  out of a barrel, raisins out of sticky  boxes, or tea exposed in an open  chest?  Do you regret the money you  paid for a Player Piano?  Would you forego the new stvle  razor?  Isn't a Tungsten worth a thousand  candles?  Would you now be enjoying these  if enterprising manufacturers had  not told you about them in their  advertisements?  w  m  1  1  10  1  Isn't life brighter because we have new  and higher standards of living?  Let us thank advertising for it.  Advice regarding your advertising problems is available through any good advertising agency or the Secretary of the Canadian Press Association, Room 503,  Lumsden Building, Toronto. Enquiry involves no obligation on your part���������  jo write if interested.  IfjJlIl^

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