BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Hedley Gazette Oct 8, 1914

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xhedley-1.0180230.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xhedley-1.0180230.json
JSON-LD: xhedley-1.0180230-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xhedley-1.0180230-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xhedley-1.0180230-rdf.json
Turtle: xhedley-1.0180230-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xhedley-1.0180230-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xhedley-1.0180230-source.json
Full Text
xhedley-1.0180230-fulltext.txt
Citation
xhedley-1.0180230.ris

Full Text

Array Volume X.     Number"!^  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER   8 1914.  .00, In Advance  Herbert G.   Freeman  NOTARY PUBLIC   '  HEDLEY, -       British Columbia  AGAIN IT COMES  The Hedley Gold Mining* Company Pays  Its Usual Quarterly Dividend.  CONCERT A  ND  DANCE  Auxiliary  Entartainriiftnt in Aid of The  Patriotic Ennd.  N;'Thompson phone sbvmour 591S  MGR. WESTERN CANADA ������^  Cammell Laird & ^fetd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Officios and Warehouse, 847-63 Beatty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  Hedley    /liners'    and   Jlillmen's  Union, No.*.i6i, W. F. of M.  One.of the most effectual antidotes  for hard times is the "gold-cure" compounded according to the formula  given below.  HEDLEYGOLDMINING COMPANY  42 Broadway  New York, Sept llth, 1014.  A quarterly dividend of three, per  cent. (3%) and an additional dividend  of two per cent. (2%) has this day-  been declared on the outstanding capital stock of this Company, payable  on Wednesday, Sept. 30th, ,1914, to  stockholders of.record at 3.00 o'clock  p.m. Friday, Sept 18th,   1914.  Transfer books ..will be closed on  Friday, Sept. 18th, 1914, at 3.00  o'clock p.m. and reopened on Thursday  Oct  8th, 1914, at 10.00 o'clock a. m  HEDLEY-GOLD MIXING  COMPANY  John D. Clarke,  Secretary.  Regular meetings of the Hedley Loco , No.  161 are held on the first and third Wednesday  in the month in Fraternity hall and the second  and fourth Wednesday at the N. P: Mine  O. M. Stevens T, R, Willkv  President Kn-Secrotary.  A A.  F. & A. M.  "^rajf      REGULAR monthly meetings of  A^TN    Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. Y. & 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.'G- FREEMAN  W. M, Secretary  L. O. L.  Reenlnr monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1714 are held on  the   third   Monday   in    every  month in Fraternity Hall.  Visit  irig brothern are cordially invited to attend.  S. KNOWLES, W. M.  C. P. DALTON, Sec't.  DR. J. L: MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office on North   Main   Street.  VOIGT PROPERTY TURNS  OVER  American   Capitalists   Form   a  Coinpany���������To Begin Work  Immediately  Strong  R. F>. BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel, No. 78 P. O. Dkawek 160  PENTICTON,  B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building Princeton  ERNEST S.   SIIXOX  Civil Engineer and Provincial  Land Surveyor  Lands, Townsite, Mineral Surveys Etc.  PRINCETON  B.C.  Less than a month ago a government official well known in this locality remarked to tlie Gazette, ;'If any  rnan in< the; Similkameen deserves  knighthood 'for the intrinsic valrre of  his services tothe district, it is Emil  F. Voigt. The true value of his work  is not yet apparent but he had faith in  his convictions when others doubted:  some day he will cash that faith and  come into his own." The fulfilment  of this prediction seems to have come  with remarkable promptness orr the  heels of its expression. Only last week  the Voigt property was taken over by  a firm of American financiers with an  Authorized capital of $2,000,000 which  will be increased to a total of,$20,000,-  000. The. personnel of the company is  as follows : W. S. Ayres and A. Har-  ington of Hazelton, Pa., H.T3. Baker,  W. E. Wheeler, Robt. McKenzie. and.  L. Barker of New York; R. Barron  and L. G. Frankau of Scranton, Pa.,  A. Mitchell and J. C. Law of Carbon-  da'le, Pa.  Ayers and Law are mining engineers, and after a thorough investigation of the. resources of Copper  Mountain have expressed themselves  as satisfied that the ore assets are  gveatly in excess of the capitalization  and would afford.reserves for seventy-  five years. As the new coinpany is in  a financial position to begin operations  it is expected that work will begin  without delay. The development work  will be in charge of Mr. Voigt who retains a large interest in the company,  which will be known.as the Similkameen Consolidated Copper Co.  It is currently reported that the  above deal will greatly accelerate  work on the K. V. as the railway will  be anxious for a slice of the increased  tonnage following the rapid development wich is bound to come to Princeton.  U/alterCIayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc,  MONEY TO  LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  Or-   H.   C. GILL  DENTIST  All Broken Plates Sent in by Hall Will  have Prompt Attention  Visits Hedley Every Month.  Permanently Located In Britton Block  Princeton,        British Columbia  While contributions-to the Patriotic  Fund have reached, lind passed the  thousand dollar hini'lc>ithe ladies have  been working along independent auxiliary lines in aid of tlie soldiers and  their families. Whilcj'their efforts up  to the present have been confined to  individual work, they.,made their first  appeal to the public last Tuesday evening through the, medium of a concert  and dance. To say* merely that the  event was a success' is'; to exhibit the  grace of modesty. Ft'oru the moment  the audience, -standing, swung into  the' opening bars dfV.'God Stive the  King" that "synip-ithy across the footlights" which is the greatest factor-  after all seemed to be '.thoroughly established between the enteitainersand  the entertained. Tlie players "got to"  tlreir audience and for thirty joyous  minutes the "Sister Mrisons" kept the  house rocking with, 'laughter. We  regret that lack of space prevents our  printing tire second part of the programme. It was all fine and some of  it was superfine. .The performances  of the male quartette Set us wondering  why we have not had a permanent  Glee Club long ago.- Mrs. W. J.  Forbes arid Jack Howe performed in  their usual acceptable ^manner, while  the. committee discovered new and  gratifying talent in Miss Tompkins,  whose selections were inost pleasingly  rendered. Mrs. Sproule proved a most  capable aocompaniest.. ���������'.  On all sides  the keenest .appreciation  was expressed foi-   the generous  patronage and hearty co-operation of  the Keremeos people.   To their efforts  the success of the concert is largely  due.     That sweet singiir of Keremeos,  Mrs. J. A. Brown,, is ttSo. well known  in" Hedley for Her work to" need other'  comment than that she excelled herself Tuesday evening.     At that  she  divided the   honors   with   Mrs. Tom  Daly  whose  first appearance on  the  boards in Hedley was more or less of  a   conquest,  her pleasing   voice  and  more-than  pleasing   manner   having  made her hosts of friends in our town.  The   instrumental selections   by W.  Ml Daly and Mrs: Daly  were among  the genuine treats of the program me.  At the close of the concert most of  those present   repaired   to   the'  Star-  Theatre where a most enjoyable dance  was held, the music b������ing by W. Daly  assisted by Mrs. T. Daly and Mrs. G.  Sproule.      About 'midnight   refreshments  were served at  the hall by the  ladies, after which the dance went on  into the early hours of the morning  and finally broke up with singing of  songs and   scenes   of general merriment.  -Socially and financially the patriotic  "double-header" was an unqualified  success. The promoters and patrons  were well pleased and the proceeds  amounted to about $115.  RESUMES WORK  Mr.  Waterman's Letter Re Fire in  Princeton Coal Mine  The  SEASON'S WORK OVER  Partial  BASKETBALL DANCE  The Girls Give An Enjoyable Hop Which  Was Well Attended  Hedley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Qood Haircut  and Shave  First-class Line of Cigars, Tobacco  and Soft Drinks always  on hand  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table th j Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor.  MILLIARD ������b TOPLEY  Big Surprise to  Many in Hedley  Local people are surprised at the  QUICK results received from simple  buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as  mixed in Adler-i-ka, the German appendicitis remedy. F. M. Gillespie,  druggist states that this simple remedy  antisepticizes the digestive system and  draws off the impurities so thoroughly  that A SINGLE DOSE removes sour  stomach, gas on the stomach and constipation INSTANTLY.  In the benefit dance held last Friday  evening in aid of the Ladies' Basket  Ball Club the girls may be said to  have scored their first success of  the season. The function took the  form of an Apron and Tie dance, as  announced last week; and the lottery  element seerrred to add a great deal of  fun and zest to the evening's entertainment.  When the dancing began Fraternity  Hall was just comfortably full, the  townspeople having turned out well  and a goodly number of the boys from  the mine having come down for the  fun. Refreshments were served at the  hall by the ladies. The music was  furnished by the Hedley Band Orchestra; and, while in the opinion of  the dancers it was decidedly below  par, this did not prevent the merrymakers from having a thoroughly enjoyable time. Altogether the dance  bore all the earmarks of a successful  event���������the crowd was jolly; the refreshment committee reported a surplus; the girls came out with a balance  on the right*" side of the ledger; and  most of the celebrants missed their  breakfast next morning.  one of the. few occa-  ire pleased  to confess  The present is  sions when we  an error. In'aur last issue of the Gazette we referred to the closing of the  Princeton colliery' on account of fire  in the mine. No one is better pleased  than the Gazette to learn on definite  authority that the trouble of the last  few days wilbin no way interfere with  the winter's otttput of the mine.  This week we received from Manager Waterman a letter which shows  that, while our facts at the time of  goint? to press were substantially correct, the impression they conveyed  was not so. Therefore we publish an  extract from Mr. Waterman's letter,  briefly stating the exact situation at  the mine.'  . "Some ten days ago signs were observed indicating that heating was  taking place irr an abandoned and  worked orrt area of the mine to the  east of the Slope. The Government  Inspector came in and made an examination, and directed that the area  referred to, should be isolated by permanent stoppings.- While this was  being dorre work underground had to  be discontinued, that is to say, so far  as getting coal was concerned, in consequence the miners were laid off for  five days and returned to work on  Wednesday last (Sept 30th). The output is now being steadily maintained  and it is not'anticipated that the  winter's  tonnage  will  bJvfi anyway  Close   Down   of the   Work   at  Camp Clifton  affected.  PATRIOTIC FUND  Subscription List.  Continuo.1 from last week.)  -   M urdocir M&L.."-1::.J.... .'-*. $-10 -  T. Bradshaw .. ........ 10  Miss Paten........  5  R. O. Nelson.;.  5  R. Lockhart  5  R. Anderson.......-....:.-.. 5  H..C. Pollock...... ........ 5  Fred Bates  5  Giuseppe di Gregorio  5  Paolo Corsini '  5  Enrico Jiardini  5  W.M.Evans  5  P. Murphy...  5  Wm. Beaton  5  J.Frame  5  Wm. O'Brien  5  L. G. Robertson  5  Harry Rose  5  Geo. B. Lyon  5  A. F. Loonier  5  W. C. Lyall...���������'....;...7'..;..��������� 5  J. Wirth......  5  Bruce Rolls  5  D.Henderson........  3.50  Neil Henderson............ 3  E.McLellan Y.  3  A. P. Fraser  3  H. Adie  3  D. Devane  3  B. W. Mills  3  M. Obradovich.     3  Jobn Gore  3  E. E. Burr  3  W. Simons  3  F. Branch  2.50  G. Branch , 2.50  Butch Bangle  2  AxelOlund  2  Fred Gwat kin  2  John Cosgrove  2  Frank Deeario  1.50  C. H. Townes  1  T. J. Griffin....     1  J. Hossack     1  A Loy     1  With the close of last month the  order went forth for one of the diamond drills at Camp Clifton to cease  operations. The closing down of the  one drill has no particular significence  from a mining or financial standpoint.  The year's work laid out for that machine was accomplished and the season is so far advanced that the begin-  ning of further operations worrld be  unwise in view oi the unsettled weather1 which may set in at any time now.  The second drill which still has considerable work ahead will continue  operations for another month yet, or  as long as weathei conditions will permit. As the drilling is purely exploration work the Company are naturally  somewhat diffident about giving out  statements of it-suits based upon the  partial data in their possession. As is  the case in every work of the kind all.  has not been plain sailing, and whether or not operations will be continued  next year is sard to be entirely conti-  gent upon circumstances. However  there is an extremely high probability  that the drills will be running as usual  next spring and this fact aloue speaks  well for the company's faith in the  property.  MINING NOTES  After  due to  by  the  smelter  an idleness of several  weercs,  the suspension  of-operations  Granby Smelting Company's  at Grand Forks, B. C, where  the   output    was  being   treated,   the  UnitedCoppermines, the bigChewelah  producer, resumed shipments Oct. 1st.  The  ore will  be shipped   to  the  Consolidated Mining and Smelting com-  pr.r.7:-- plar-t-:-* Tj*:-a'.tB. C\ * President  Conrad Wolfe of the United Copper  coinpany  having  entered into a  two  years'. contract with the Consolidated  for treatment of the entire product of  the mine.     The rate is- about the best  ever obtained  by the  United  Copper  company,  and in addition the Great  Northern  Railway corn parry has announced a freight reduction of 25 cts  the ton on United Copper ore, which  will  make  the  net returns the most  satisfactory since shipments first were  inaugurated.     During  the shutdown,  at the United Copper a small force has-  been   maintained  doing   development  work, and there now is a greater reserve in sight than ever before,  according   to   Predident   Wolfe.     The-  drift  north  from  the  point of intersection of the long lower tunnel with  the main vein has been driven 500 feet  giving approximately 100 feet vertical  depth  and  there  now is nine feet of  clean shipping ore showing.   The drrft  has been  in shipping ore all the way,  the  vein  ranging from   two  to  nine  feet wide,  much of it grey copper.  "We  will  resume  with not less than  75   men,   and   Superintendent   E. A.  Wolfe  and  Foreman M. D. Mcintosh  now are assembling their force and  getting  things  in shape," said  President   Wolfe.     "The   output   will   be  about 225 tons daily, of which 100 tons  will be shipped crude and the remaining 125 tons will be treated at our concentrator.���������Rossland Miner.  "They Kissed Again With Tears."  GENERAL   JOTTINGS  The prospects for reconstruction of  permanent peace in Mexico are said to  be.brighter than at any time since the  overthrow of Madero by Huerta.  In the light of all advices from both  Mexico City and Chihuahua City, General Villa's headquarters, officials at  Washington still are confident that  the new upheaval threatened by the  breach between Villa and Carranza  will be averted by the latter's retirement as first chief of the constitutionalists, and the election of Fernando  Iglesias Calderon as provisional president.  ROLL   ME   A GAME   AT   ROLLS. I  Antwerp which the Germans are  making desparate efforts to capture is  one of the most strongly fortified  cities in the world. The present fortifications which were begun as early as  1S60 have been restored, strengthened  and modernized from time to time  now present an eighty mile circular  front laid out on an eleven mile radius.  This work was only completed within  the last year.  Over 100,000 Japanese boys and girls  are now studying English in the secondary schools of Japan.  Berlin, Out., perhaps the densest  German settlement in Canada has contributed $75,000 to the Canadian Patriots Fund.  Mr. T. A. Fee, a number- of the Vancouver Board of Trade, has been expelled by that body from its ranks for  refusing to subscribe to any British  war fund and airing sentiments disloyal to the Empire. THE MEDLEY". GAZHUTK 0< T  101-I  <?  WW������ &ffl  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Veni- ; S-i.Ou  '���������   ( L'liituil rritatesll >-.'.jO  Advertising Rates  rtlua-iirL-iarrunr. 1- lines lo the im-li.  Transient Advertisements���������not; ox'-CL-diiif* oins  inch, SI.(10 toy one in.~i.Til<ni. -.'> <-������_��������� iit-* fur  enc-h siiljsuri'iicnt iiwoi-tion. Over* one inch.  10 (.-cut-- per lino fur lir^t in.-uitioii and 5  I'enl** |)ci- lino for each >*iilj<of|iient iii-crl ion.  Tniii.sionLs payable In advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  $1.'..V>; 'over 1 inch mid up to I inches.. Sl.Ol)  perineli permontli. To c-oii-*liuil.iidvurui^urs  biking larger' space .than forrr inches, on  application, rates will bo given of reduced  chin'trcs, bitted on -;ii*e of space arid length  of time.  M. CHILL. Manasiini* Kditor.  Last (|>"u;-  191-1  OCT  1014  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.;  -1  5  15  7  1.1  12  18  11  18  19  20  21  25  2(i  27  ���������2S  1  s  15  22  29  9  Hi  28  30  3  10  17  24  31  our utiiio-t in tin- present war."  '���������Serious local dissat i*-faclion-��������� will  arise, ..sahib,' unless Indians aie permitted.'to give their lives for.the.lion-  'lirahie Empire, now that'll'/is at war  with a l'orvigu,'natron'.', says India.  It'.-, everywhere the same story. In  peace, it's ������������������Cniifuiiiid your stupid, Hal-  headed, doomed, arrogant soul !" In  lime of need it's "Count on us to tl.e  limit!"  Which is why we say that the British Empire is a queer, queer in.-lilu-  tion !  In reality there . is , nothing queer  about it.  The. tiirdoiihU-d triiih of the iuaiti r  is that tire words "British Erupiri"  stands for t.In* greatest republic the  world has ever seen.  SO YEARS'  EXPERiENCE  SAID HANNA TO LUCAS TO BECK  Ft-tADE*. Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  Anvono scrnlliiff anltelch and description ma*  ipilcklj* iiscor'tiiin our opinion free whether an  invention is probably piitentiihlo. Conimunlcs-  lions strictlyconlldontiul. HANDBOOK on, Patents  sent free. Oldest mjoncy for securm-; putents.  1'iit.ont.s taken throw.'!! -Slunn & Co, receive  :;>���������������'������(notice, without clinreo,' !n His  Scietififie Jhntrican.  A handsomely lllust.rnt.od weekly. Lnrjcst clr-  dilation of any aclentltio journal. Tui-ins, 43 o  "nitr; four months, $1.  Solit byall newsdealer'"-.  t3(!HN&Co,3B������>to*K''HewYorlf  1836  78 Years in Business.   Capital and Surplus $7,786,666.  AN AID TO BUSINESS-LIKE FARMING  In tlie financial end of your farming operations the  .Bank of British North America wants to be of definite  service to you, just as it is to the financial men in the  iargast firms and corporations. Open both Current and  Saving't:Acconnts and avail yourself fully of onr services.  Hedley Branch,        -       -       C.  P. Dalton,  Manager  liflPPPPPliBBPPPPP  \-*=i  AS. OTHERS SEE US  The whimsical expression of air old  publican, that "Kngland is ahvay.- going .to the dogs but she never- goes"  has heen the text of a good many  editorials during tire-past mouth. The  American press which has been wont  to regard Mr. Bull as.a somewhat decadent old party is rrow sending its respects to John and the family. The  following extract from the Chicago  Tribune is one of the finest of its kirrtl,  touching as it does in its closing-words  the pivotal point of the whole matter-  ���������that intrinsic republicanism: which  is deeper than external forms.  "A wonderful wave of enthusiasm'  and loyalty is passing over India,"  said the Martinis of Crewe, secretary  of.state, for India, irr Parliament, a  few days ago.  "Native Irrdian troops will be employed in the war- irr Europe," is, in  substance, 'the declaration irrade by  Earl Kitchener-, war minister.  Iridran troops -anxious to fight in  war for Great Britain !  Irishmen, Ulsterrtes and Nationalists, ready to help the Empire !  Australia -prohibiting the. export of  food anywhere except to the Mother*  Country!  Canada preparing to send a strong  contingent!  The some story in England, Scotland, Ireland, and all the dominions  and colonies! .' ���������  What a queer, queer thing the British Empire is when you come to think  of it I '  In ordinary   times you would naturally judge from the  way Ireland and  the dominions and colonies talk about j  Great Britain   that the poor old country didn't have a. friend on earth.  Inordinary tirrres some part of the  British Empire is always berating the  Home Government.  In times of peace everybody feels at  liberty to assume a possible revolution  irr India; separation of the doirrirrions  and all sorts of other disastorous  things.  In time of peace the Empire is always more or' less "doomed," according to the statements of many gloom-  laden British subjects.  But in times of war how sudderrly  things look up in that queer, queer  British Empire!  "I haven't a thing to take back",  says Ireland, "but, under the circumstances, kindly show me the enemy as  soon as possible. I want to get at him."  "Yours of recent date received,"  says Canada. "Am sending men as  fast as they can be gotten ready and  transportation secured." ���������  "Reserving for a more auspicious  time any hatred a part of our population justifiably bears England," says  South Africa,   "we are prepared to do  It. is generally bdiovod that tlie lale  Sir James Whitney  willbe succeeded  by  Hon. XX'. 11. Heaisfc  or  Hon. I. B.  Lucre* with the odds in favoi^of Hi ars-f.  Lucas   is   one   of   the}"yolargest * arrd  brainiest   men irr   the^Ontario  cabinit  with   a facile  tongue and a most errr-  bari asiug memory for indiscreet utterances of  the Liberal   organs.    Lucas  eats and sleeps with'the Liberal papers  and treasures  up their sayings in   his  heart.    When he begins to quote from  tlii! fyles of the Toronto Globe or.the  Manitoba. Free Press,-  the more godly  of his  opponents  bow  their* heads in  agony  of spiiit;   the  rude   fellows of  the baser sm t pass Out for- a. "shot" of  liquid  nourishment;  while the 'Tories  sit tip and enjoy the banquet.   Besides  this   talent for  making the opposition  squirm,   "I.  13."   has   shown   himself,  since being  called into the cabinet, to  be  possessed  of genuine  qualities  of  constructive statesmanship.   However  there is a strong probabilityjjof his being regarded   as  too  young   for   the  leadership of the party.     If Hearst is  chosen for the  Premiership, it will he  a clear case  of a  third, choice   beir g  raised over the heads\oi lirst raters in  the interests of cohesion.     Hanna and  Beck" ar-e  the logical" leaders'of  the  provincial  party,   but 'Hanna'will not  serve  under'Beck'���������nor will Beck be  led by Hanna.-    Foy and Pyne^are too  old:  Luea** is  too young,     Hearst is a  "middleweight-.-but- a   good   mixer";  hence the choice, should he tall heir to  Sir James' mantle.  11  fl  pi  pi  pi  pi  pi  Where Do You  Shop?  DO you shop in a brisk, active store, or in a dull  store?  Advertising makes bright stores. Failure to advertise goes hand in hand with dullness and stagnation.  PI  pi  pi  PI  pi  PI  PI  pi  pi  PI  Death is sacred: don't tack six or  eight stanzas of doggerel to an obituary notice.  When you find your subscription expired send us two dollars:, we -might  want it to buy a iryrnn book. .We will  bless you, Heaven will bless you and it  will do a great deal of good. N. B.  Send the two dollars, not the. hymn  book.  Don't write us a diatribe on the  gum chewing habit. If your daughter  "chews", harness her jaw'and run the  sewing machine with it.  Write us an occasional letter if only  to cuss lis. We do not mind being  cussed, provided you think better of it  later and send us a barrel of apples to  square yourself.  Be sure to sign your name to all  communications. An anonymous letter is the most contemptible thing in  the world: it has.neither a body to be  kicked nor a soul to be darrrned.  PI  PI  Advertising brushes away cobwebs and dust, smartens shop  windows, quickens the intelligence of salesmen, and lets in the  sunlight.  Advertising makes the merchant think of you���������of your  wants and needs; makes him  anxious to serve you to your  liking and advantage.  Advertising keeps stock from  having birthdays.;  Advertising acquaints you with  newi things,: and so brightens  your home, your life, your person.  ~ Advertising keeps a business  from growing lazy and stupid.  ' Advertising injects good red blood  into the arteries of a business, and'  kesps it healthful and active.  ' Shop where your wants and  needs are uppermost in the mind  of the merchant. Shop in the  store which reflects. you, which  you dominate. Shop' where  your money returns to you in  better goods, better values, better service.  ' Shun the shop that is dumb  and dark and dreary; keep away  from .the shop that never speaks  to you, never smiles at ybii,  never bothers about you.  Reward by your custom the  merchant who lives to serve you,  and who is doing his utmost to  build up this community; who  takes you into his confidence by  means of advertisements in your  local newspapers.  Pi  PJ  PI  PI  PI  Smile back  at the shop which smiles at you.  ^Shake hands with it���������keep company with it���������your  favor will be returned to you tenfold.  Advice regarding your advertising problems is available through  any good advertising agency, or the Secretary of the Canadian  Press Association, Room 503 Lumsden1 Building.. Enquiry  involves no obligation on your part���������so write, if interested, y  PI  PI  MMIMJMlMIiMMHiMMIHMMIMH  Lower-y says, "when sorrreone visits  you or yott intend leaving town, tell  your local paper. The former fact will  be of interest to your friends and the  latter to your creditors.  Tell us real news and your confidence will be respected. We do not believe in publishing petty scandal any  more tharr we believe in lunching out  of a garage can.  Imbibe deeply of your  local paper.  There is nothing intoxicating about it.  Don't knock  your home town:  they  who wield the hammer shall perish by  the hammer.  Don't "turn gooseflesh" whenever  you are asked foi- fiv-- dollars toward  some public enterprise and then make  matters. worse by declaring that it is  against your religion to give. It is  against some men's religion to contribute money, to anything.  $250.00 will buy a Choice  Residential Building1 Lot on  Daly Avenue  rms  Don't Pay Out Good Money for Rent When You  Can Own a House of Your Own  AVHEN  WHITING ADVERTISERS PLEAS  MENTION THE GAZETTE  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager HEDLEY, B. C.  1 '���������������*���������" THE HEDLEY GAZETTE OCT 8,   1914  THE FAMILY GROCERY  Riveruiew  Creamery  JE3iutter  Absolutely tlie best in  town. Try a pound and be  convinced.  JAS. STEWART & CO.  Town and Distrkft.  '"������������"rt^^"������9"������0^������5^^"<������l95������1i���������������������35������k^<������"rt^5������a������S������<i80rti9  ff  x  X  I  iies'o and  Gents' Suits  _   .        .i  Overcoats  to Order  X  x  X  X  X  X  I  8  X  I HEDLEY SHOE STORE %  j| Agents for Rex Tailoring Co: j|  |������ Suits Cleaned and Pressed at j|  X Reasonable Charges X  ^JaJgieltJtitSsit^aaijiiJtJsuSa^^seis^'ij^sc'j  | Bori-Bons   and  | Choice Candies  tf  *  tf  I  tf  A  full    lirre on    hand. ' Nice  and Fresh just "arrived a  week ago.  Ca.ll and Inspect.  Hedley Drug & Book Store  X  X  X  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  a?tii3������?������^ifra������fetti������fei������i������ariaa������i������ai?������}������fea������  Livery,  PflLfl6E  Feed & Sale Stables   HEDLEY, B.C.   ''  "ir A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    *f Orders foi- Teaming.  .  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company,  WOOD   FOR   SALEl  Phone li. D.J.'INNIS       Proprietor.  NOTICE  First-cln-v- piano for sale on easy  tei ii'r.-*.���������Apply the Gazette ollice.  The daintiest display of Christmas  cards irr town . may be seen at the  Grizettc ollice.  Constable Sproule left for Karrrloops  Monday in charge of Iris prisoner,  JaclcTrewlu'lla.  Harry Prince was in Hedley over  tire week end looking up the prospects  for Iniying hides.  Order your Christinas cards now:  the lime is short enough for the printing to bo done.  "We regret to learn that John Smith  is confined to bis bed with an attack  of inflammatory rheumatism.  R.H. Carrnichael rrrrd Harry Tweddle  of Keremeos passed through Hedley  last Friday eni-oute to Princeton.  Robert Stevenson was in towrr over-  tire week end looking over some of his  numerous mineral claims around Hedley;  Hedley has a real carrse for thanksgiving at present. Neither war, famine or anything else seems to'effect  the crop she "farms."  A meeting of the Hedley Hockey  arrd Skating Club will be held in tne  rink club house at 7;30 o'clock Wednesday evening, Oct. llth.  The Misses Tompkins and Walker  will be "at home" after four o'clock orr  the third Wednesday of each month,  at the home of Mrs. E. D. Boeing.  War prices do-not effect Ross Allen.  This week Messrs. Boeing and Brass  are working at his new house on Daly  avenue, to have it finished before the  weather breaks-.     ���������   - '  Harry T. Barnes.; agerrt for R. P.  Rithet <fc* Co., insurance brokers of  Victoria; was irr towrr last Wednesday, appointing local agents.' The  "National Fire" will be represented by  the Gazette.  . Mrs. L. A. Clarke of Green Mountain, who was among those 'who came  up to Hedley for the Patriotic Concert  will remain with her daughter, Mrs.  W. J. Forbes, for a couple of weeks'  visit.  Harvest Thanksgiving services will  be conducted next Sunday, Oct. llth  in Fraternity Hall at 7:30 o'clock p.m.  by the Rector, Rev. G. D. Griffiths.  Thoroughout the winter services will  begin .at  7:30,   irrstead of 8:00 p. m. as  heretofore.  '"  A party, consisting of Mr. and Mrs.  G. P. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. B. W.  Knowles, Messrs. H. D. Barnes, C. E.  Prior, "V. Huneke*- W. Londale and  T. Walter Beam motored to K.ere-  nieos last Thursday evening for  the Patriotic Concert and Dance.  and as its installation will not requite  any additional equipment at "the hospital, the cost is negligible in comparison to its value hi moments of emergency. ^      ���������  Try Roll-*,  Ten Pinriet alleys.  Firre  weather keeps the deer on the  higher ranges   with   the   result   that  local   niurrnds  are' getting   plenty of  exercise and not much venison. About  the  only  deer   that   have   come,   into  town of late wei e a pair- of "five pointer's" one of wbich'was purchased from  Charlri- Richter   by   Anton   Winkler  and   the  other from   a  miner ,at Lhe  Nickel Plate by "John Jackson.    If Lhe  deer  will not come to the sportsmen,  the  sportsmen are  beginning to go to  the   deer.     Harold   Townsend,   Billy  rind   Jack Coi:rigrui  are somewhere on  Apex mountain this week camping on  tlreir trail, while Riley Anderson, Bob  Lockhart and Tommy   Currigau   are  preparing  to  take to   the high  levels  some drry soon in   hopes of potting a  biidc or two.  METEOROLOGICAL.  Sept28  ao  30  31  Oct    1  2  The following tiro the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending. O ct. 3 1914:  AT THE MINE.  ..Maximum        Minimum  4������ . 2S  .. 00        .. 33  ..     '50        .. 30  48 32  ���������IS       .. 30  47        .. 3D  3 ..        -4.6        .. 29  Average maximum temperature 50.00  Average minimum do        30.57  Mean temperature 40.57  Rainfall for the week    0.25 inches.  Snowfall ",      00.00  COKRKSrON'nlNG  WEEK  OF LAST  YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 04.  Average maximum        . do'      .31.1-1  Lowest minimum do     -''  24.  Average minimum do 30.57  Mean  42.35  Sept28  29  30  31  Oct' 1  ,      2  3  do  AT THIS  311IX.  Maximum .Minimum  ..      '53 ** 38  65 .. 41  71                        43  66 .. 38  53 41  ....    .    53        .. 42  55        ..*    ���������       41  Average maximum temperature 59.42  Average minimum ���������   :   --do 40.57  Mean       ������������������ ������������������ ���������'-<..���������'."= 'do 50.00  Rainfall for the week   0.00   inches  Snowfall'   ��������� "      .������������������������-.       .00  _ COKHESPONblN'G  WEEK OF LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 79  Average do ��������� -do 70.42  Lowest minimum do 34.  Average do do 41.  Mean      ������������������' do      -   55.71  Certificate of Improvements  INDEPENDENCE, and SPAR DYKE Mineral Claims, situate in the Osoyoos Mining-  Division ofYale District. Where located:  Independence Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE, that E. P. Brown as agent  :x for C. H. Cornell Free Miner's Certiflcate  No. B. yo!)7S, intend, sixty days from, the ��������� date  hereof, to apply to the Mining' Recorder for a  Certificate of Iniprovcments, for the. pur-pose  .of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  rciaims.  ".'���������; And further take notice that action, under  '��������� section 85, must be   commenced before the issuance of such Certiflcate of Improvements.  :; Dated this 25th day of .Tune, A. D. 1911.  uteMfefefe3ti������fefeatf������)������)t?tfti������?������������3������isa������3������feif������<  i  H  K  I  i  I  *  Grand Union g  Hotel I  HEDLEY,   British Columbia 8  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor  t->Bga;it������t*aeitat*atte������mi^Rie������&ie8e������taeiue  Ms  Hi  Hi  Hi  iii  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  iii  ..*  ���������nV  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  jg  Corner White St. and Daly Ave $  &   . /"'���������'   :' ���������'. ���������*���������*���������  *    Terms   mod ������rates    $  M, ���������$  Here to Stay.  For Painting;  Paperhanging  Etc., apply to  J. B EfA'L/E  w  m  m  ROLLS KEEPS GOOD GOODS  Mrs. J. A. Brown arrived Monday  morning from Keremeos. She remained over . till Friday afternoon, visiting at the home of Mrs. G.  P. Jones, and rendering most acceptable assistuhce at the Patriotic concert  Tuesday evening.  J.J. Dougan of Vancouver, president of the British Columbia Trustees  Association^ paid a short visit to Hedley last week and while in town took  the opportunity of visiting our school.  In conversation with the cJazette Mr.  Douganr-:laid particular stress on the  exceptionally healthy spirit which  seemed to prevail. in our schoolrooms.  ..'. Keremeos:earnerin force. Among  those present at the concert and dance  were: G.Daiming, W. Hope, H. Iron,  H. Etches, A. Gaine, G. Pyne, J.A.  Brown, H". Burns, M. Miller, C. Armstrong, W, M. Daly, T. Daly, Mrs, J.J.  Armstrong, Mrs. R. H. Carrnichael,  Mrs. J. A. Brown, Mrs. D.J. Innis,  Mrs. E. M. Daly, Mrs. T. Daly, Miss  R. Kirby, and Miss M. Armstrong.  We were pleased to hear a few days  ago that the case of Dave Lawley  whose sight was ruined in an accident  at the mine last year is not so hopeless after all. "While he has already  learned the Braile alphabet and is able  to read and write with considerable  facility, every effort is being .madeto  restore his sight. A new pupil has  been grafted onto one of his eyes.  While further operations and subsequent treatment will be necessary before success can be. expected, he can  already distinguish light from" darkness and his condition is not without  hope.  At the last meeting of the Hospital  Board the much-mooted question of  the electric rterilizer and the X-ray  instrument was finally disposed of by  the purchase of tho equipment. After  a thorough investigation on the part  of the committee, an order was placed for si'' 'Cole Golden-PIaine X-ray instrument and a solid aluminium sterilizer with ah electric heating element.  The apparatus was purchased by the  committee at a very reasonable figure I  MONEY  MONEY  Loans may be obtained for any pur-  purpose on acceptable Real Estate  security; liberal privileges; correspondence solicited.  A. C. Agency Company  758 Gsrs, Electric Bldg.,  Denver, Colo,  DONT  ARGUE:     GO   TO   ROLLS  "TIPPERARY"  We publish-by general request the  words of the-British marching song,  "Tipperary'V. Nobody seems to know  exactly bow tliis song "came'-toy be  adopted by Tommy Atkins to beguile  thelong hours of his weary marches;  but "Tipperary" it is: so learn the  words. You will need them often in  the next six months.  Up to mighty London came an Irish  man brie day,  As the   streets are paved   with gold,  sure-ever-one w is gay:  Singing songs   of Piccadilly,  Strand  and Leicester Square,  Till Paddy got excited, then he shouted to thenr there:  CHOSUS  It's a long way to Tipperary,  It a long way to go,  It's a long way to Tipperary,  To the sweetest girl I know.  Goodbye Piccadilly, farewell Leicester-  Square;  It's along way to Tipperary,  But my heart's right there;  Paddy   wrote a  letter   to   his   Irish  Molly O  Saying,   "Should you not  receive It  write and let me know:  "If I make mistakes in spelling, Molly  dear," said he,  "Remember,  it's the pen that's bad;  don't lay the blame to me."  chorus���������It's a long way etc.  Molly wrote   a neat  reply   to   Irish  Paddy O,  Saying"Mike Moloney wants to marry  me, and so  "Leave  the Strand and Piccadilly or  you'll be to blame,  "For love has fairly drove me silly,  hoping you're the same."  Firebox linings withstand years of use because made of McClary Semi-Steel.   Sea a  You'll notice the linings  made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason���������ask the McClary dealer.  Sold by HEDLEY TRADING COHPANY  Ci  Fall and Winter Stock  Complete  Slippers, Shoes  Felts  For the whole family.  Big Varieties  Better Values  Best Makes  LET US   SHOW   YOU  na  fiediei Trading 60., LM.  f.T .'"������������������:  Wat*ch^Our Show Windows  and See"'' fc������he Fine [ Line of  Goods we carry in Stock.  CREELMAN <Sb LYALL  FRASER. BLOCK  HEDLEY, B.C.  Patronize Canadian Industries  Keep Canadian Workmen Employed First.  By buying Goods Made In Canada  Stanfield's and Penman's Brand Underwear  Geo.  A, Slater & Co's   Invictus Brand Shoes for  Men  and Women  Leckie Boots for Men and Boys  Carharrt Overalls  W/'G. & R. Shirts and Collars  Redmond Hats and Caps  Clark's Gloves, Mit<t>s and Mackinaws  Peck's Shirts, Socks, Hats, Caps and Gloves  LAST BUT NOT LEAST���������SEMI-READY CLOTHING  The  Semi-Ready     Clotlningr    ������tore  H. G. Freeman, Proprietor-  m  ROLLS FOR RIFLES  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE!  '���������*���������'-������������������ THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.    OCT, 8   1914.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Don't forget to 'call around and see  Ezra Mills.'   "What about that stove?  If yon have''anyone enuring to spend  Thanksgiving,   don't tire  yotris-elf out  cooking a big dinner,  but come and  , bring your friends  with  yon   to  the  Thanksgiving   Slipper, in   tlie   Town  Hall, given by the Ladles' Aid.     Sup1  '.per will be  ready atsix,   whinli  will  ��������� '.-  give  you  a  long'evening without a  thought of clearing  away aird washing dishes.    Price 50 cents.  The committee appointed to look  after- the details wf the local branch of  the 'Canadian Patriotic Fund met on  Monday night. The. treasurer reported that the sum of $17S.(JU0 had been  raised at the concert. It was decided  to open .subscription lists .under two  headings, one for* those who wish to  subscribe a lump sum at the present  .lime,.'and. one which will cover a  monthly payment, there being many  who wish to donate in this way on  account of their inability to give at  once as much as they would like. A  system has been'inaugurated, in sorrre  places where the amount of one day's  pay per month has been subscribed.  This secorrd list will give an oppor-  - tunity to those who wish to give by  installments. The lists will be published from tirrre to time.        ,  The concert held inthe Town Hall  on Thursday,   Oct. 1st,  uridcr the auspices of the local branch  of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund  exceeded all expectations  in  regard   to   attendance.  Fully   one  hundred and seventy   or  more,   were   present,   and  yet   there  ���������were  many well  known frices.absent.  The ball was tastefully decorated with  flags and bunting,   mine-led with evergreens  and  sumach.     The hall commenced to  fill about* eight o'clock arrd  before  half past all the   chairs   were  taken up and long planking had to be  brought in   to make improvised seats.  The   Daly   Reduction's   auto   arrived  from  Hedley with  Mr. Walter Beam,  Mr.  and Mrs.   G. P.  Jones, Mr.  and  Mrs.   "Wallis   Knowles,   arid Messrs.  Lonsdale,  Barnes, Huneke and Prior.  The kindness shown by their presence  was very much appreciated.    For the I  first part of the programme Mr. T. W.  Coleman  acted as chairman, his place  being taken by Mr. R. H. Carrnichael  after the   interval.     "God Save the  King",  brought the people  to   their  feet in an instant, and Keremeos' first  patriotic  concert was  on.    The programme was made  up of both old and  new patriotic  songs and  music,   the  rendering    of   which   was   especially  ood and the pleasure  of the audience  was shown by loud applause.    During  the  interval  the  local boy scouts  under Rev. F. H.  Stanton,   very creditably performed   the Fireman's  Drill,  First Aid work,   etc., to the deiight of  the  audience.     The   boys have  only  been  organized for a couple of weeks  and this performance merely an earnest  of other things   they   are  anxiously  awaiting to learn.    The committees!  desire to thank the people for the way  they responded tothe call to join in  the noble work of helping to support  the homes of our gallant soldiers now  fighting  in Europe.    It was very few  who  took the advantage of the minimum  admission fee  of fifty cents.    A  pleasing feature of  the  evening was*  the presence of one veteran, J. A. (.Toe)  Brown,  inthe uniform of the South  African campaign;   and   it nrade   us  proud to know that we have at least  one amongst us who   shared in  our  country's   glory.      The   refreshments  were served directly after the concert  and congratulations are due the committee who had the arrangement   so  excellently in hand.  The dance which  followed  was not a success, according  to the way the committee had figured  it.    The  music was  to have been provided by local musicians but to the  committee's sorrow there was a sad  lack of enthusiastic   players,  and   it  was a hard proposition  to keep the  "ball rolling."    The committee wish  to express their deep appreciation to  Mrs. Tom Daly for her unselfishness,  in not only acting as accompanist for  almost the entire concert, but playing  for dance   after dance  while   others  who could   have   helped sat by and  made no effort to do so.     However in  spite of mingled joy and sorrow, the  concert as a whole was a splendid success.  WORST PHASE OF THE WAR  The war has given rise to a lot of  blank verse and blanker prose. Since  the outbreak of the struggle in Europe  much ink has been shed, much sleep  lost and much perfectly good paper  spoiled in the composition of war odes,  coopered together without regard for  the English gramnrer or respect for  the English tongue.. They are not  poetry: they are merely prose gone  wrong,���������cramped into a metrical form  to the obscurenrerit of their meaning,  the detriment of their vigor andrthe  extreme grief of the reader. In the  phrnseof a certain writer;  .    ''Some will 'serve foi-sixty days';  Andjsome will be forgotten;  A few -may nearly merit praise;  Brrt most are frankly rotten."  We publish below, a few of tlie better class which, for one reason or another, are. worth reading. Some are  rrew arrd sorrre are not.  The following spirited lines are  somewhat crude but ��������� they possess a  sensational vigor of expression almost  -akin to Kipling's own.  ROLL ui-  "Roll up the map of Europe !"  The German Kaiser cried,  "For I'm the new Napoleon,  An' England's.'ands are tied."  But another sort of rollin' up  Is coming into play���������  "Roll up!   Roll up !" sez Kitchener,  And we're rollin' up all day.  'E thought, did Kaiser William,  That England would stand by  'While ''he'arid' 'is five million  Were crushin' 'er ally;  "For they 'ayen't got the men," 'e said  .-   "To fight acrbst the seas."  "Roll up !    Roll up !" sez Kitchener,  "New Army, forward, please !"  Yes 'he wants a Second Army���������  'E's goin' to get it, too;  For we know the man that call us,  An' we trust 'im thro' and thro.'  We're steppin' tip from everywhere,  ���������* To the.-tune'of the old tow-row,  "Roll up! Roll up!" sez Kitchener  "It's King and Country^now.'"  An' while we do our part 'ere|     )������������������-.-  We'll think with love an' pride  Of our comrades now a rallyiri'  Acrost the oceans wide.. , ��������� .,  For East an' West an' furthest South  They hear K.'s call resound���������  "Roll up!   Roll up for England!''  An' they're rollin' up all round!  ���������W.M.L. Hutchinson  AUTO STAGE SERVICE  > Tweddle's cars are   comfort- \  \        able.    Tweddle's drivers \  \                    are experts. ^  c* No delays. ��������� No accidents  < Autos leave l'cnticton every morning to connect with trains to Hedloy.  Princeton, Coalmont, Oroville and  all Boundary points.  Leave Keremeos for Penticton on  arrival of Great Northern trains  Fare��������� singlk $6.00  RETURN $11.00  Baggage carried. Commercial trunks  arranged for  Break the monotony of train and  boat travel and tako an auto trip.  When you arrive at Ponticton or  Keremeos ask for  TWEDDLE'S AUTO STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  The poem below speaks for itself; it  is a real gem of its kind, and undoubtedly    one   of  the   best   compositions  which have appeared on the war.    It  is the work of Mr. H. Chappell, a railway porter of Bath.  You boasted the day, and you toasted  the Day,  And now the Day has come.  Blasphemer, braggart and coward all,  Little you reck of the numbing ball,  The blasting shell, or the"whitearm's"  fall, '  As they speed poor humans home.  You spied for the Day,  and you lied  for the Day,  And woke the Day's red spleen.  Monster,   who asked God's aid Divine,  Then strewed his seas with the ghast-  riiine;  Not all the waters of the Rhine  Can wash thy foul hands clean.  You dreamed for the Day, you schemed for the Day,  Watch how the Day will go,  Slayer of age and youth and prime  (Defenseless slain for never a crime)  Thou art steeped in blood as a hog in  slime,  False friend and cowardly foe.  You have sown for the Day, you have  grown for the Day  Yours is the harvest red.  Can you hear the groans and the awful  cries?  Can you see the heap of slain that lies,  And sightless turned to the flame-split  skies  The glassy eyes of the dead?  You have wronged for the Day, you  have longed for the Day  That lit the awful flame.  'Tis nothing to you that hill and plain  Yield sheaves of dead men amid the  grain;  That   widows mourn for  ones slain,  And mothers curse thy name  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  ' Keremeos, B.C. ���������  tw wi <m^ my wp   Wm* *n������   v   *w   ww  ^F   ^IP  ^CF~~^fl*   'w*  <JJ*  FOR SERVICE f  The  Throughbred   Running  Stallion  *9  "Beautiful and Best"  (Canadian Stud Book, No 237)  Will stand foripublic service at  '���������The Willows" Keremeos, for  the season of 1814.  ���������Fee for service.$10.00 to insure.  Mares mayjbe pastured  E. M.DALY  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  /~<OAL mining rights of tho Dominion, in  '���������-*' Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories and in a portion of tho Province of British .Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-ono years aC an annual rental of 51 an  acre. Not more than 2.560 acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the rights applied for  arc situated.  In surveyed territory 'the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurveyod territory the tract  applied for shall bo staked out by the applicant  himself. .--.���������.-���������  Each application must be accompanied by a  fee of S5 which will be; refunded if the rights  applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of-tho mine at the rate of live cents  per ton  The person operating1 the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable coal mined  and pay the royalty thereon. If the 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 the working of the  urine at the rate of 310.00 an acre.  For full information application should be  made tothe Secretary of the Department of  the Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W.CORY,  I I ������������������    '���������'  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unauthori/.cd publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. 9-(Jm  their loved  SEE ROLLS FOR SPORTING GOODS  But after the Day there's a price to pay  For the sleepers under the sod,  And He you Jiave mocked for many a  day���������  Listen, and hear what he litis to say:  "Vengeance is mine, I will repay."  What can you say to God t  & I L7 *C 3  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOriMY SING, Keremeos  H. C. N. ETCHES  is Agent for- the Hedley Gazette in  Keremeos and authorized to book  Subscriptions and take orders for  job work and advertising.  POST OFFICE,   KEREMEOS,  B.C.  WE'VE GOT THE BUSINESS  AND THERE IS GOOD REASON WHY  If Ave were to be here to-day and pack up  and go tomorrow we could perhaps afford to  run our 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  This is a time of crisis, a time for readjustment, a time for quick action,  a time for greater efficiency���������      . _  But Not a Time tor tlie Curtailment) oi Good fldvertisiiiQ  Canadian advertisers are face to  face with an opportunity. Sad it is  that this opportunity is evolved through  blood and tears; but not to take advantage of it is to fail in a real duty to the  Empire.  Some businesses���������chiefly those dependent   upon imports���������must   suffer;  but for every business that suffers, ten  will prosper.    Never has business been  ���������   '   less interrupted by a great war.  Re-adjust your business to advantage of new openings. Grasp now the  markets that must look to you as never  before. Make a more efficient use of  advertising. Use the newspaper to  better advantage. You can find Your  opportunities in this situation If You  Look For Them.  Efficient, carefully-planned and  properly-prepared newspaper advertising will open the way for you.  Job Printing  The kind you want and when you want it,  is the kind we do.  The HeMey Gazette  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvement  Nellie (A) Mineral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale Distr-iot.  Where located: - Nickel Plate Mountlorr.  Take notice that W. Arnott, Free Minor's  Certificate No. 75111, intends, sixty days  from tho date hereof, to apply to tho Mining  Recorder for a Certiflcate -or Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  tho above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 85, must be commenced before the  issuanco of such Certificate of Improvement*'.  Dated this 22nd day of August, A. D��������� UIM  When   Writing*  Advertisers  Mention this Paper.  Please  NOTICE  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  PKRSinENTiAi, TnvANGi.n Fkaciton Mineral  Claim, situate in tho Osoyoos Mining Division of Yalo District. Where located:���������  Nickel Plato Mountain.  Tako notice thatL. H. Patten, Free Miners  Certificate No. 75135, intends, sixty days  from the dato hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further tako notice that action, under  section 85, must be commenced boforo tho  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,  Da ted this22nd day of August," A. D.. XMJ.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GAZETTE

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xhedley.1-0180230/manifest

Comment

Related Items