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 AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume IX.  HEDLEY, B.C., THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1913.  NuM'-KK 40.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST,  [18 years practice in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s Block .  PENTICTON,       -      -       B. C.  /"V-WWWl  $  JflS. GLflRKE  lA/ett c h m et l<.e r  Clocks and Watrties for Sale.  c     R. W., DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches,  Properties,  Mines, Timber,  Water Powers  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C  DIRECTOR VISITS  NICKEL PLATE  C.  A.  Cong-don and  Two  Sons  Make  Visit of Inspection  N. Tho.mi'son r'uo.N'R seviuock "fin  MGR. WKSTEKN* CANADA '    i   '  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  " Offices arrd Warehouse. 817-C3 Bc-itty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  Hedley    Hiners'    and    Jlillmen's  Union, No. 161, W. F. of M.  ��������� Regular meetings of the Hedley Local, No.  16t are hold on the first and third Wednesday  in tiro month in Fraternity hall and the second  and fourth Wednesday at the S. P. Mine  6. M. Stbvkns T. R. Wiliev  President Kin-Secretary.  As announced in lust issrre Mr-. C.  A. Congdorr of Dulirtlr, one of the  directors of the Hedley Gold Mining  Company paid the camp a- visit, coming irr by way of the Okanagan und  was nret in Vernon by Mr. T. Walter  Beam and Mr. G. P. Jones. He was  also accompanied by his two sons, who  are both young men who are engineers  and trained to business.  Tire urine was visited on Thursday  last aird also the diamond drill operations in Camp Clifton, and orr Friday  they went south by the Great Northern. Tire Nickel Plate mine and district generally appealed to thenr very  strongly and it is their* intention to  come again when they have more,  time at their disposal.  Mr. Congdon is also interested largely in fruit lands irr.the Yakima valley  and the fruit-growing interests of this  part of British Columbia had also a  special interest. On , his'way in he  was driven over the fruit ranches in  Penticton and was very much'surprised when told that the orchards were  only six years old.-  WATER CASE DECIDED  NICKEL PLATE WAGES GO UP  Hedley Gold Mining Co.  Gives Notice of  ��������� Raise in Pay of 25c per Day  A. F. & A. M.  zca  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedloy Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  arc held on tho second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hull. Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  li. D. BARNES  Secretary  S. E. HA/IILTON,  W. M  /  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp meets in  Fraternity Hall the first Thursday only in the month.  R. J. COKKIGAX  Counsel  H. G. Fheeman*  Clerk.  L. OL.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1744 are held on  tho third Monday in every  >montli in Fraternity Halll Visit*  ing bi-cthern are cordially invited to attend.  H.J. JONES. W. M.  G. H.TURNER. Sect.  ���������iSjSLwmii  DR. J. L MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office on North   Main   Street.  P.W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER akd BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building Princeton  In line with the policy they pursued  in the past the Hedley Gold Mining Co  are adhering to the arrangement of  graduating the wage scale on the  price of copper although a higher price  of copper does not benefit them a cent.  Yesterday a notice went up at the  works that all the men in the employ  of the Company would participate in  iri the raise and it is reto-active, being  made to take, effect on September 1st.  Quite a few men in the employ of the  company.for special capability in their  work, are being paid a wage higher  than the regular* scale paid in other  camps.for the same class of work.  So far as known the Nickel Plate  is the only gold mine in Canada that  has 110 income from copper out-put  and yet grants to its employees all  the benefits of the copper sliding  scale.  Hedley Gold Mining Company Given the  Lower Position on River.  The decision in the water case on  the Similkmncen River was handed  dowrr by the Minister of Larids on Monday. It gives to the Hedley Gold Mining Company the lower record on the  river under certain conditions arrd  moves the holder of the prior right  farther up the stream on a site which  it is claimed they can build on at much  less experrse than by the plans which  they had fyled.  As the holders of the prior right  were put to a certain amount of expense in survey" work to prepare the  plans which they fyled a nil will be compelled to incur still further expense in  a re-survey of the new location farther- up, in case they should still undertake the project of building, the  Hedley Gold Mining Company, by  the Minister's decision, will be required to re-iinburse the cost of the  prior right survey already made, and  also to do for them any further survey work which they may require lo  get ready their plans for building on  the new site.  The decision on the whole seems a  reasonable one and the greatest fault  to be foirrrd with it is the delay in  giving it, for .by the delay much valuable time has been wasted and good  building weather lost.  Whether the Board of Directors in  New York will accept the record under  the conditions imposed remains to he  seen, but the power-situation appears  to have become so serious that it looks  as if something irr the direction of  building must be done at once.  INDIAN  COMMISSION  COMING  Will  Hold    Sessions   in   Hedley   on  October  13th and 14th  UNWATERING COLDEN ZONE  Property to be Examined in  the Interest  of an Investor  ���������.���������.������������������  THE    IMMIGRATION    PROBLEM  How Canada  Is Moving to  Fill Up Her  Vast Unpeopled Areas  WalterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor. Etc.  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  X  X  X  Hotel  1 Grand Union |  X  %  X  ^ HEDLEY,  British Columbia X  X ���������*  !������  K  x  ���������������  x  x  X  s  *  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  I  X  x x  A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor,  Ottawa, Oct. 4.���������"Canada is solving  today the biggest immigration question the world has ever seen. As chief  Canadian lerturer in Britain I am going across the Dominion on a tour of  observation," said Mr. F. Campbell, a  member of the Canadian immigration  service.    .  "I am making just now a careful  tour of observation preparatory to my  winter lecture tour,"-lie said.  "As to the statement, that we are  flooding Canada indiscriminately with  immigrants, nothing could be-further  from the facts. We have the biggest  immigration problem the world has  ever seen.  "At its height, immigration to the  Urrited States reached only 1.7 percent of its population, whereas ours is  now 4.4 per cent. Carrada's small population, scattered over so large an area,  will never be able to assimilate such  great numbers unless they are the  right type.  "As regards the cry for agricultural  immigration only, however, I would  like to point out that only about 1,000,-  000 people in England are engaged in  farming. Why, if wo brought orrt  agriculturists only and did so at the  rate we are now conducting immigration, England would not have a farmer left in three years. The next best  thing, therefore, is to get intelligent  people of a good type, whom we can  train to work on the land."   .4.   HOSPITAL    DONATIONS  Renewed interest in the affairs of  the Golden Zone has been awakened  by the visit the end of last week, of  Mr. C. H. Poirer M: E. Mr. Poirer  has been sent here by a man named  Brown who it appears has become  interested in the property from buying Gold Plate Mines shares from C.  H. Brookes after he left British Columbia last winter.  Mr. Poirier is well acquainted with  the Cobalt and Porcupine Gold Fields  where he was employed in a profesion-  al way by some mining companies,  and on his arrival in Camp Hedley  where he came well recommended, he  paid a visit to the Nickel Plate mine  in company with Mr. Jones and was  shown the workings.  On Monday he went up to the Gold-  Zone and after looking over the ground  concluded to have the workings pumped out for'examination. He took Fred  Qwatkin who is best acquainted with  the plant and George Bowerman as  assistant.  If the examination arid report made  by Mr. Poirier should be satisfactory  to Mr. Brown, he is likely to discharge  the indebtness against the property  and make arrangements for more development work.  The Royal CoiiiiiiL-sion appointed hy  the Dominion government lo inquire  into the whole question of the triune  of Indian lands and the welfare of  these dusky wards of tho government,  has already dorre a lot of work in British Columbia and on Mimihiy and  Tuesday next, October the 18th and  llth, they will hold sessions in Hedley.  Earlier in the year they held long  sessions in investigating the affairs of  the coast tribe-' arrd later went1 up  north. The Province of British Columbia is represented orr the commission by Mr-. J. P. Shaw the representative for Kaniloops in the legislature.  Dr. McKenna is chairman of the Commission and Mr. ,T. H. Bergeron of  Beauharnors is secretary. iMr. T. J.  Coirrnriskey, inspector of agencies, will  he present.  We have not heard whether a chief  has been regularly appointed to fill  the vacancy occasioned by the death  of the late chief Charlie Allison, and  if not .it will be unfortunate that the  Commission   will find a chiefless band.  CAMP CLIFTON SHUTS DOWN  Diarnorrd Drill Operations   Hampered   by  Unfavorable Weather  CAUSE OF LATE TRAINS  And  a  Little   harmless    Suggestion  Lessen the Inconvenience  to  USES FOR SAWDUST  Valuable By-Product Now Going to  Waste  The matron of the Hedley General  Hospital acknowledges receipt from  Mrs. Harry Tweddle of Keremeos  Centre, of two boxes of peaches and a  box each of prunes, grapes and crab-  apples.  Ottawa, Oct. 1.���������That everyone of  the countless tons of sawdust which  annually go to waste in the mills in  and around Ottawa would yield a byproduct valued at $40, is the interesting information to be gathered  from a bulletin just issued by the  forestry branch of the Department of  the interior.  The by-products are acetone arrd  fusel oil, which are worth about $400  a ton, and it takes about ten tons of  sawdust to make one of these valuable  constituents.  " The discovery is the result of experiments made, in England, which  have.demonstrated that the commercially successful production of acetone  arid fusel oil from sawdust is possible  through a simple process of fermentation   From these two products isoprene  can be derived, and this in turn can be  converted into rubber merely by allowing it to lie in contact with a small  quantity of the'metal sodium.  It is a good sign to see the train late  on Coalmorrt days���������Mondays and Fridays. It indicates movement of material to the end of the track a few  miles above Coahrront* And it may  also indicate renewed activity ,in coal  mining at Coahrront itself. Another  feature which is responsible for sorrre  late trains is the duty the train crews  have to perform every clay or* two in  placing coal cars at the cement works.  The original plan of the B. C. Portland  Cement Co. to procure their coal supply from the United Empire Co. miscarried through inability of that concern to deliver in sufficient quantity  to keep the works going,but the mines  of the Princeton Coal'and Land Co.  are easily taking care of it in addition  to supplying their other customers  locally and on the outside. The public do not mind the inconvenience of  late tiairrs where the lateness is din-  to growing prosperity of the district  ���������in"which'they themselves are bound  in some degree to share'.'  One little thing which, need not cost  the   railway   company nor   anybody  %��������� *        *  else a single  cent and  which   would  lessen the inconvenience to the public  a great deal,   would  be  to  have the  train   conductor  and   the   agents   at  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton get  together and size  up the extra, work  on these special days that are likely to  cause delay and  enable the agents to  write on the blackboard at the station  the minimum probability of lateness  and also notify the  central telephone  agent.    In this way the public may ascertain  how late the  train is likely to  be and  need not  hurry to  the station  hours  before   the   train   is   likely  to  leave.     This would  not cost  the railway a cent,   but on  the contrary it  could   be made  to yield the  By. extra  business  by encouraging local travel.  With the government office located at  Princeton   there is  often   that people  living dowrr   the valley  would   make  the round trip  to Princeton   in  the  hope of doing a little business between  trains,   but   if  the  west-bound   train  should happen to be half an hour late  and it is necessary to be at the Princeton station at 1:30 for the return trip,  there  is simply  no   time  to  do  anything and  the  time and  expense   of  making  the  trip  would  be  lost.    At  present with   this   disability   -staring  them  in the  face the  public conclude  to not make the trip but to do the  business  by correspondence, even if it  should take a few days longer.  Now when a suggestion of this kind  is put up to a divisional superintendent of the C. P. R. and that official is  shown where there is a chance of extra earnings for the railway in his  division, and the public are given  something which will please them,  there is always going to be something  doirrg; but the public have yet to be  convinced of this in the case of some  other railways and their divisional  superintendents. We have no fault  Continued on Vago Three  Pur the past fortnight there have  been water troubles to contend with  owing to the severe frosts at nights  and the long line of about 0000 feet of  water pipe exposed orr the surface of  the ground arrd this hampered the  work lo a considerable degree, but  they were not up against the real  thing until the heavy,snow of Friday  night last and the dip of 8 degrees irr  temperature. This coming on top of  the shortage irr power' made the prosecution of the .work unsatisfactory and  Mr. Beam decided to shut down for  the season.  The camp was established last spring  as soon as the srrow had disappeared  sufficiently to enable them to make  the necessary preparations and the  drills were started early in .Tune on ,  the Bed Mountain claim. A lot of  surface preparations was necessary in  order to get a foothold on the steep  mountain side where the drilling was  done and all that will be ready for  them next spiimr when they are ready "  to resume operations.  Three deep holes were, put down arrd  of course the results are known only  to themselves, but there is good reason to believe that they have been encouraging. The diamond drill in the  hands of experienced mining operators  can ofteir give very valuable information that in the hands of less skillful  merr would be considered altogether  negative. Whatever the story may ,  be tlrat the drill-holes told, Mr. Beam '  al* all events does not appear to be at  all cast down.  On Tuesday the most of the stuff  which could not be left on the ground  over winter was taken back to'the  mine and stored away.  CANADA'S BORROWINGS  JUSTIFIED  Mr.   C.   B.   Gordon,   President of Canadian Manufacturers' Association,  Speaks of Western Progress  Probably-110  subject  has   been, so,  thoroughly discussed .miring  the  last  few months as the financial stringency  which the. country  has  been   passing  through.    This   has -been  occasioned,  as far as Canada is concerned,'  largely  because of the fact that she has had to  expand so rapidly, making it necessary  for her, as a country, and for her railroads and municipalities,'towns and  cities,  to   borrow,    very > largely   in  Great Britain  and elsewhere.        Fertile most part, I think this  borrowing  has  been  amply   justified,    and    the  money thus obtained well spent and  honestly invested,  so  that   we   may  look for it to  produce  the results  it  was intended  to  produce.    No doubt  there are cases where cities and towns  have strained their borrowing powers,  and  have   been   eager  to grow  more  rapidly than the circumstance of their  position and surroundings warranted.  Reports,   however,    of   those   who  have just returned from the west, and  whom I have interviewed in the past  few days, including the  heads of our  great railroads and banks,  agree  that  over-expansion has been the exception,  arrd  that much  of   the   wild-catting  which had been goirrg orr   in   real   estate and other directions is  rrow stopped.  ItOItnOWED OX ADVANTAGEOUS TEHMS  We know, also, that the crop is  practically assured, and that that  period of uncertainty in this respect  which causes the whole country so  much anxiety is now passed for this  ���������year.  ���������Up to the present time, the high  standing of this country in the markets of the world has made it possible  to borrow on the most advantageous  terms, and the enormous sums which  have come here have been procured  by our railroads and municipalities at  rates which, when compared with the  rates paid by the United States and  other countries, show a tremendous  saving for this country.  LARG-K PROPORTION FO.lt ' WESTERN  CANADA  Our North-West, which has had the  benefit of a greater part of this money,  although   a new   country,   has   been  Continued on Viipu four THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,    OCT 9, 1013.  be Hkdtey  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Issued on Thursdays, by the Hkiju-'v Gaz.ettk  I'KINTINO AND I'UHI.ISHl.NG ('O.MI'A.NV.  Limited,  at ITedlov.  1$. C  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year Sii.00  "   (United States)  2.50  Advertising Rates  Measurement, l'_ Unci* to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificate.*- of improvement, etc.  $7.00 for (it)-diiy notices, and ������5.00 for 30-iluy  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion. *-'o cents for  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch.  10 cents per line for lirst insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent insert ion.  Transients payable in advance.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the ollice by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue  Advertisements wi" 1)0 changed once every  month it' advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. J'or changes oftener than once a month  the price of composition will ho charged at  regular rates.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch pur-month  Sl.A-i; over 1 inch and up to I inches, SI.00  per inch poi-month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will he given of reduced  charges, based on si/.e of space and length  of time.  A. MEGRAW, lYlanajrinE Editor.  Sun. Mon. Tiies. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.  n  10  2l>  (i  is  20  ii  21  28  1  S  15  22  29  9  10  ���������23  3D  3  10  17  2-1  -1  il  IS  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  With ;i pair of ii-iesponsibles like  John Redmond and Mrs. Lloyd George,  the one .-hooting "go straight abend  for* Home Rule" and the. other "no  compromise" it doesn't look hopeful for  the success of the efforts of those who  Were endeavoring to find absolution of.  the present Irish difficulty and to prevent bloodshed in Ulster-. Unfortunately too it is in times of great stress.,  with public sentiment inflamed to a  dangerous point tlrat tlie voice of the  irresponsible firebrand is listened lo  rather than   the voice of calm reason.  Ulster appears to have no dearth  of good cabinet timber for her provisional government as they have the  worth and stamina of industrial" Ireland to choose from. Men like Sir Edward Carson, Lord Londonderry, the  Marquis of Abeicorn, dipt. Craig and  other rioted parliamentarians could be  counted on to maintain the best traditions of English parlianre.ntry life.  Could the same be said of rrrarry of the  retainers of John Redmond? And what  would become of British rule in Ireland  when even the customs control of goods  entering the country is placed in the  hands of men who refused to allow  the City of Dublin to tender a civic  reception to the King?  The American Good Roads Congress  in sessiorr  at Detroit expressed  their  intention  of trying  to secure a uniform   law   for   road   building   in   the  United States arrd Canada, and A. W.  Campbell the  Canadian Deputy Minister of Railways and Canals  who was  present representing   Canada   at the  Congress, promised to use   his best endeavor to have Mr. Borden  agree  to  the proposal.    Just what is implied rn  this  uniform  law  is  not  made  plain  but if it is rational and fair and in the  interests  of good  roads there need be  little fear as  to whether Mr. Borden  " will agree.     In view of what Mr. Borden's    government    has   already   attempted irr the direction of good roads  and   the opposition  encountered from  Mr.' Laurier which was carried even to  the  point   of   getting   the   moribund  senate  to   throw it out,  it  would  appear as if Mr. Campbell  should have  told the Congress that he would exert  his effort in the direction of making a  convert of Mr. Laurier to the cause of  good i-onds.  METEOROLOGICAL.  ��������� .The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Oct     -I, 1918:  AT THE   .WINK. '  Maximum Minimum  SepfiS .. (il . 13  21) .. ol- ., 31  Sill . . 5:$ . . 27  Oct     1 .. 02 29  2 .. 53 :iS  3 .. -ID .. 2M  ' -l     ,...':-������      .. 21  Average maximum temperature 50.85  Average minimum ������������������   do HI. 1-1  Mean temperature 10.!)!)  Rainfall  for the week      .00 inches.  Snowfall        "        " 0.00  C'OKltKSI'ONDINC:   Wl'KIC  OK   LAST   VKAIi  Highest maximum temperature (it.  Average  nr  -iximiini           do  50.  Lowest  iririiirriini              do  2:-i.  Average  u  inimiim            do  2S.14-  Mean  do  AT THE   MILL.  89.07  Maximum  Minimum  Sept2S  01  43  29  OS  ���������10  SO  70  38  Oct.     1  ���������71  47  ���������>  (it  SI  3  5S  38  ���������1  52  29  Average maximum temperature 02.42  Average minimum do 3S.-12  Mean '       do 50.12  Rainfall for the week     .22    inches  Snowfall        '*        " .00  COKKI-'SrONUIXG   WKKIC  Ob'  LAST  VKAH  Highest maximum temperature 73.  Average            do  ' do  (���������0.43  Lowest minimum  do  30.  Average            do  do  -     t(). 52  Mean  ��������� 1<>  53.49  Is a  Better  Guide   Than  Instinct When Buying   ::  By HOLLAND.  NOW LEDGE is more  widespread today than  ever before. Twenty-Ave  years ago urucb buying was  done by instruct���������dorre in a  haphazard way that is a  thing of tire past like the  spinning wheel and the tallow caudle.  Your grandmother trusted  largely to .luck���������you depend  on knowledge wbeDit comes  to spending money. What  causes the difference? Ad-  . rertising.  Publicity has revolutionized  business. It has increased  business honesty, lias advanced business ethics and has  ended slipshod methods.  To gain the advantage of  these changed conditions you  must have knowledge. Voir  must know values. You can  learn them only by studying  advertising. In no other way  can you learn what is best  and what the best is worth.  CARELESS  BUYING *  OFTEN MEANS  DISAPPOINTMENT.  Equip yourself with the  knowledge necessary for eco- j  nomieal buying. If you have  money to spend you owe this  to yourself and to those for  whom you buy.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 191  "NJoticc is hereby given that, on the first day of  x> December next, application will be made  tothe superintendentof provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor hy retail inthe hotel known as the Golden Gate  hotel, situate at Fairview, in the province of  British Columbia.  HARRY .TOXICS  Dated this (5th day of October, HH3.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  V"otii.-c is hereby given that, on the first day of  -*-> December next, application will be made  tothe superintendent of Provincial police for  renewal of the. hotel licence to sell liquor byre-  tail in the hotel known as the Alexandra hotel,  situate nt Okanagan Falls, inthe province of  British Columbia.  ARNOTT & HINE  Dated this litlr day of October. 1013.  When   writing Advertisers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1010  ATotice is hereby given that, on the first day of  x' December next, application will be made  to the superintendent or Provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor byre-  tail in the hotel known as tho Smith hotel,  situate at Beaver-dell, inthe province- of British Columbia.  JOAN M. SMITH  Dated this 1st day of October, 1913,  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  ATotrec is hereby Riven that, on the first day of  -*-' December next, application will bo mado  to tho superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of tho hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Bridesville hotel,  situate at Bridesville, in the province of British Columbia.  THOMAS WALSH  Dated this Oth day of October, 1913*  PflLflGE ;     .  Livery, Feed. & Sale Stables  ��������� : HKDLBY   13. 0.    If A good stock of Horses and Rigs orr  Hand.    II Orders for Teaming.  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Gompanij.  WOOD    FOR   SALE!  Phone II.,      INNIS   BKOS; Proprietors  TR&BAN  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN,  , HEDLEY, B. C.  ��������� An Up-to-date   First-Class Hotel  ' RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley,-B.C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  77 Years in Business.   Capital and Surplus Over $7,600,000.  You Can Send Money Safely-  in amounts up to $50 by means of our Bank Money  Orders, at trifling' cost. For larger sums, our.  Drafts payable in any part of the World, are at your  service. For immediate payments' at a distance  use our Telegraphic Transfers, and when travelling,  our Letters of Credit and Travellers' Cheques.  Hedley Branch,        -        -        C. P. Dalton, Manager  OPENING INVITATION  ( ���������  You are. invited to call and inspect the  fine stock of fresh groceries now displayed on our shelves at inviting pi-ices���������in  the new corner store of the Fraser block.  J  Everything Fresh and Everything Good  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  ">0"otiec is hereby given that, on the first day  -L^ of December next application will be made  tothe superintendentof provincial police for  renewal of the hotel 1 icence to sell liquoi by retail in the hotel known as the Grand Union  llotel. situate in Hedley, in the province of  British Columbia.  ANTON WINKLER  Dated this (ith day of October, 1913.  FRASER. BLOCK  HEDLEY, B.C.  NOTICE  Liquor Act. 1910  "NTotice is hereby given that, on the first day of  -1-' December next, application will be made  tothe superintendentof provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to soil liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Similkameen  hotel, situate at Hedley in the province of  British Columbia.  FRANK DOLLEMORE  Dated this (ith day of October, 1913. .  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1010  "iSTotice is hereby given that, on the first day of  -*-' December next, application will be made  tothe superintendent, of Provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in tire hotel known as the Jvcrcmeos hotel,  situate in Keremeos, in the province of British  Columbia.  IVIRS. A. F. IUR13Y  D itcd this (ith day of October, 1913.  "OUR MUTUAL  FRIEND"  When   this  expression   is   used   some  Canadians irr stantly think  of Charles  Dickens' much-loved masterpiece.  Others  associate   the-words  with The  Mutual   Life  Assurance  Company  of  Canada, and with reason, foi*  It is   the  only   Mutual Life Insurance  Company  incorporated  in the  Dominion.  It solicits only Canadian business.*  It invests only in Carradian Securities, and  It has paid to Canadian families,*  often in times of direst need $12,800-  000 siirce its foundation in 1870.  For these and other reasons Canadians  refer to  THE MUTUAL LIFE ftSSUR-  r\N6E, 60., Of GflNflDfl  as Our Mutual Friend  *    The colony of Newfoundland  is included.  NOTICE  W. J. TWISS  .Manager for B.C.  A. Megraw  Local Agent  Liquor Act, 1910  TVJoticc is hereby given that, on the first day of  A> / December next, application will be made  to the superintendent of Provincial polico for  renewal of the 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 5th day of Octolc:\ 1913. " '  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  ���������   --for-'", ���������   ���������,'���������-;:-.-  Fine Job Printing  el*'  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  /~iOAL mining rights of the Dominion, in"  v-/ Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, tho North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an  acre. Not more than 2,51*0 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  orthc district in'which the rights applied'for  are situated.  Tn surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurveyeel territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Kuch application must be accompanied by a  fee of ������5 which will bo refunded if tho rights  applied for are not 'available, bub, rrot otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents  per ton :  . '.-.".." ..,"'.���������*'.  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable coal 'mined  and pay the royalty thereon. If tho coal mining rights arc not being operated, such returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, bub the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for- tbo working of the  mine at tho rate of S10.00 an acre.   ���������'.  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary of the Department of  the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agenb of Dominion Lands.  \V. W.CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unautliorizcd publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. 9-6rn  Advertise in the  Hedley  Gaze11e  and watch Results  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral" Claims for Delinquent Taxes in tlie Princeton  Assessment District  I hereby give notice that un Monday the 3rd day of November, 1913, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Court;  House, Princeton, I shall offer for sale at public auction the Crown Granted Mineral Claims herein after set out, of the persons inthe said list hereinafter set out for Delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June, A. D., 1913, and for costs of  advertising- said sale, if thetotal amount due is not .sooner paid.  List   Above    Mentioned  OWNER  Name of Claim  Lot No.      Taxes  Costs        Totals  Thomas, C. E. & Mairlrofcr, J. & Greenlrill, M. A Alpine   Curtis, Smith & Brown, E Passaytorr   Gaede, R. & Sharpe, J. M. (Deceased) Homestead Fraction  Gaede, R. and Sharpe, J. i\I. (Deceased) Elkhorn   Gaede, R. and Sharpe, J. M. (Deceased) Surprise   Gaede, R. and Sharpe, J. M. (Deceased) Olalla   .2672 26 25 2 00 28 25  ..  229 26 00 2 00 28 00  ..2061 19 00 2 00 21 00  ..2057 26 00 2 00 28 00  ..2058 19 00 2 00 21 00  ..2059 19 00 2 00 21  00  Gaede, R. and Sharpe, J. M. (Deceased) Iron King  . .2060   8 50 2 00 . .10 50  Gaede. R. and Sharpe, J. M. (Deceased) Hillside 2062 10 00 2 00 12 00  McDotrgall, M. L , Valley Hill    1827 26 00...... 2 00 28 00  Gaede^R Dividend No. 2A   ....'. .3432 16 00 2 00 IS 00  Gaede, R Mammoth 3434 23 50 2 00  . 25 50  Gaede, R : Iron Mask 3435 17 50..... .2 00 19 50  Gaode, R Elkhorn Fraction 3453 12 00 2 00 14 00  Mangott, S. and Shatford, L. XV Great Eastern 3447 65 00 2 00 67 00  Parkinson, R. H., Mangott, S. & Shatford, L. W Silent Friend Fraction . .3438  65 00 2 00 67 00  Parkinson, R. H., Mangott, S. & Shatford, L. W Lisey D 3441 .27 50 2 00 29 SO  Shatford. L. W .' Cream of the Camp 3442 65 00 2 00 67 00  Stuart,  Nettie   No. 66 Fraction...    58s 25 50 2 00. .... 27 50      ..    59s 19 50 2 00 .2150  Stuart,  Nettie No. 67.  Stuart,, Nettie  ' ..' .. .No. 68.  Stuart  Nettie 7- No. 69.  Gold Plate Mines Ltd B.   C.. .  Gold Plhte Mines Ltd Irish Boy.  00s 20 00 2 00 ..  61s 15 50 ..2 00  ..  .903s 24 50 2 00...  .902s 26 00 2 00...  ...22 00  ...17 50  ...26 50  ...28 00  Gold Plate Mines Ltd..   Golden Zone 904s 15 00 2 00 17 00  Gold Plate Mines Ltd Silver Bell 905s....... 11 00 2 q.0 13 00  Whillans, H. A., Parkinson, R. H., and Dcvereaux, F. A Powell 3102 52 00.... ..2 00 54 00  Gaede, R Dividend No. 1A 3430 19 50 2 00 21 50  Gaede, R , Dividend A 3431 26 00 2 00 28 00  Gaede, R Dividend No. 3 Fraction.3433 25 00, .   ..  2 00 .27 00  Gaede, R Dividend Fraction 3436 14 50 2 00 16 50  Dated at Princeton, B. C, this 26th day of September, 1913.  39-4  HUGH HUNTER,  Collector Princeton Assessment District. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE   OCT 9, 1913.  Town and District.  Thanksgiving day a week from Monday.  Miss Beale has been very ill during  the past week with pneumonia.  Sirrrday night's frost when he mercury dropped threu degrees below  - freezing made sad havoc with local  gardens.  J. D. Galloway, assistant to W.  Fleet Robertson, Provincial Mineralogist, was irr towrr for a couple of days  last week. , ���������  A foot of snow and eight degrees of  frost was the intitial instalment of  winter up at the Nickel Plate on Saturday morning.  Miss Walker, teacher of the .junior  department of the public school, has  been ill for a few days arrd was unable  to take her classes.',  Mrs. J. A. Brown of Ivererneos was  -a visitor to Hedley on Monday arrd  was accompanied by her- sister-in-law,  Mrs. Kork of Vancouver.  Mrs. R. C. Clarke of Kei-cineos and  her daughter, Miss Easton, spent the  week end in Hedley. They attended  Mrs. Dalton's "At Home" on Friday  afternoon.  A court session is being- held this  week at Princeton hy his honor J. R.  Brown, the County court Judge. Barrister I. II. Hallett of Greenwood is irr  attendance.  During Miss Allen's absence her  place as matron in the Hedley hospital  was capably filled by Miss McKerrzie  of Kerenreos, sister of Rev. G. T. Me-  Kerrzre who is a trained nurse.  The number of deer killed iir this  vicinity has rrot, been-very large this  year. Whether they are more scarce  **- ' than usual or the hunters have not  been able to locate their haunts is  still an open question.  The greens on the old golf links  have receiv-'ed some needed attention  and are now in prime condition for  play. The days are getting a trifle  short- now for evening play, but a  couple of hours in-the afternoon offers  opportunity for excellent sport.  The committee who have in hand  the fencing of the cemetery are waiting patiently for the road to be completed us that"will������������������ effect materially  the work to be done. What wits  originally.inteuded.as ,.the,.back. .w.ill'  uncler'the new arrangement; become  the front.  Owing to illness of Mrs. McKenzie at  Keremeos an exchange of pulpits was  arranged foi- Sunday evening last  when Rev. A. li. Cameron took tho  Methodist service of Rev. G. T. McKenzie in Hedley and .Mr. McKenzie  took tire Presbyterian service in Keremeos. . ���������  Ed. N. Clark of the erstwhile Coal  mont.Courier was up before the beak  in Princeton last week on a charge of  stealing.a bicycle from W. H. Holmes.  The charge was proven but he was let  off on suspended sentence. This disposal of the case in view of his re-  r pealed lapses, must be taken as a sort  of "fool's pardon."  The heird of the brick killed last  week by W. Simons was ;i rare one  and was remarkable, not for its symmetry brrb for a certain' freakish  hybi id arrangement of the eight points  which made it take on something of  the appearance of a caribou. The  head was sold to H. A. Barcello of  Kersmeos for $85.00.  The moving -picture- show on Friday  aud Saturday last was above tho aver-,  age. One reel in particular showing  the cranberry industry at Cape Cod  was highly interesting and instructive.  Pictures of that kind supply in a considerable, measure the benefits of  travel. There will be pictures this  week on Saturday night only.  While it is no longer "full steam  ahead" at II. Rose' road camp up near  Bromley's, work is being continued  there to finish rrp portions of the road  that were commenced and are in unfinished condition. After that- has  been done they will irr all probability  turn their attention to linking rrp the  new portion made near the Hedley  station with tho existing road.  A bush fire started down by the  river in the rear of M. K. Rodgers'  house on Wednesday of last week arrd  for a while it looked as if the house  arrd the railway trestle and bridge  over Twenty-mile might be burned.  The section hands arrd a few of those  who could bo spared for a short time  about the mill were rushed dowrr to  check the spread of the flames and  before long the danger was past. It  is not known how the fire came to be  set aird the suspicion lies betweerr  some careless camper arrd the locomotive of the rrp train.  The latest concession rrrade by the  C: P. R. to popularize that road for-  coast travel from interior points Is the  putting, on,of a through sleeper from  Okanagan Landing.to Vancouver.'Before, it was more or less of a scramble  to get a berth in the sleepers at Sica-  mous, and the comfort and convenience of getting settled shortly after  leaving the kind ing will be appreciated by all who travel over the route.  To those living in the Similkameen  valley also, this latest attraction of  the C. P. it. accentuates still farther  the folly of the Great Northern in persisting in the maintenance of that  Oroville lay-over.  F. II. French arrd his party who  started for the coast a little over a  fortnight ago, going by auto to Mer-  ritt, returned on Friday last. On the  return he broke the trip irr from Mer-  ritb by mnking a stop-over orre - night  at the Canyon House where a rai.'������  way construction camp is in operation, arrd between there and'Hedley  next day he had about fifty miles in  the snow which was encountered all  the way down the valley to Bromley's.  During their stay orr the coast Mr.  and Mrs. French were over at Victoria- were they saw a number of former Hedleyites and among them had  the pleaure of calling on Mr. aird Mrs.  J. Percy Watson.  G. H. Whiternan representing the  Princeton Coal & Land Company was  in towrr orr Monday. In reference to  the impression which had got around  that the price of their coal had been  increased a dollar* a torr.irr Hedley,  Mr1. Whiternan said that this Impression was altogether wrong and no  such increase had been made. Hedley  users, he said, were not required to  pay any higher price for the coal than  they had been getting it in the past.  Orr some of the output they had been  obliged to make slight increase but  this was rrecessitated by the cost of  production. Every manufacturing  concern which expects to know where  it is standing must look carefully after  the cost ot opt ration, and base its  prices on the results which the cost  sheets give.  ,   The. Gazette, has   been asked at various times when trout fishing must be  stopped   in this district,  and as nothing is contained in the existing "Game  Act"  to  supply  the  information   the  Attorney-general's   department    was  written   to  concerning it.    The letter  we-have "received in vr*t>ply ifeto  the  effect that the'close season for angling  for trout is a matter pertaining wholly  to the Dominion and by a Dominion  Order-in-council  passed at  Ottawa on  March lStlr, 1913, the close season was  fixed from'November loth  to   April  30th,   with   the exception'of  certain  waters  in the  interior of  British Columbia and also  the  portion   of the  province lying   west of the 120th meridian, when the open  season begins orr  the morning of March 10th. The wording of the  order-in-council would lead  one to infer that tins early dateJVfarclr  1(3th applied only to the year 1913 when  Easter' came earlier than ..usual and the  intention   was to allow anglers to adhere to  their usual .'custom of fishing  orr Good Friday.   Otherwise the form,  er date March 20th  would be the earliest that angling for trout could be indulged in   west of the 120th meridian.  Remember  then  to  stow away your  fishing tackle  on the evening of Nov.  14, for  it reads   "both days inclusive."  Our Stock of Ladies' and Men's  Ready-to-Wear Goods for Fall and  Winter is nearly complete and we  now have some excellent values on  display.  See Our Large Range of Wool Blankets  ' ��������� ':'  and Underwear.     Just What You Want.  Successors to  (J. A. Schubert and R H. French)  m  SS  9  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,   Heal Estate,  Mines.  Crown    Grants   Applied   For  Under Land Act and  Mineral Act.  IPs  m  pi  n  ������1  2 SO.00 will buy a Choice  esldential Building* Lot on  enue  :T  ^���������s j/^  Don't Pay Out Good Money for Rent When You  Can Own a House of Your Own  m  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager  P  HEDLEY, B. C  s  If  *S?������5:Y  m  Mm  m  Af*ent for:  Mutual Ijife of Canada.  Hudson Kay Insurance Co.  Maryland Casualty Co  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office   at   HEDLEY,   B.  C  CAUSE OF LATE TRAINS  SO   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sendlne; a sketch and description may  quickly nacortni*' our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probably pntontable. Communications strictly contldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest npency lor securing patents.  I'atontfl' taken through Munn & Co. receive  special notice, without clinreo, in tho  A handsomely illustrated weekly. I.nrjzc.it circulation of any scloiitlllo journal. Terms, $3 it  year: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  ������ yg^eiBroadtvay,  "Brac'ch OHlco. ������35 F St.. ���������VasuisKtoif. Ti. C.  Continued from pnj*eone  to  find with  the agents  or  the  ti'irin  crews of the Geeat Northern in this  matter. They are obliging enough arrd  those who want to do business with  them on regular business lines need  have no difficulty with them, but we  do not blame thenr for* reluctance to  take upon themselves the responsibility of doing the thing which we b.-ive  just suggested. It is always a safe  course for a subordinate to throw the  responsibility on 'someone higher up  and the responsibility in this case  should conic from one higher rrp who  should give 'order* to the agents and  the conductors to make the train ser-j  vice in this valley mora for the convenience of those who wish to use the  railway for local travel.  "���������If It  Isn't an Eastman)  It Isn't a Kodak"  Louis C. Rolls ������fc Co. are Eastman  Agents arrd have put in a stock of  Eastman Kodaks and Supplies at  Eastman Prices.  ������K*am*K*>a������pjgati^i*agimi'iieaw^  X  X  X  X  If  If  I  X  \x  ������  X  X  i  X  X  I  Plumbing* and Heating-, Sheet  Metal Work Tinsmithing  Shop corner Angela Ave. and Bridge  St.,   in 'LVhirdock's blacksmith shop.'  Work guaranteed.   Consult us about your work  H. DIGNAN  Practical Woukmen Proprietors  PRINCETON, B. C. f  ENCOURAGE   HOME    INDUSTRY  \A/om era's    Fine    Footwear  Women "Who Know" appreciate the value of Footwear  in which comfort is combined with style  The popularity of Tnvictus Shoes for women is based on their  fitting qualities arrd refined tasteful style.  Such a. combination makes the Tnvictus Shoe worthy of your  consideration. Why not permit us to show yon some of our new  styles.  To introduce these shoes to the women of Hedley, we are  giving away free, one pair of Penman's celebrated "Pen-Angle"  hose, with each pair of shoes for the next thirty days only,  H. G.    Freeman,   sole   /Afr&nt,   Hedley.  Ss&^assss^M^&mm^ffimasBmmE, THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.    OCT 0, 1913.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������Famed for Fruit Growing  Towi\ and Lower Valley.  George Louden of Ponticton was a  visitor to town on -Monday.  W. li. Knowles of Hedley was a  visitor to town on Thursday arrd Friday last.  The first car-load of apples was shipped from here Tuesday the 7th for  AYinnipeg.  .Mrs. Sproule of Hedley was the  guest of-Mrs. .1. A. Brown Thursday  and Fiidny of lust week.  Mrs. McCurdy and daughter Lilian  of Similkaineen paid. Keremeos a visit  between trains on Saturday the 1th.  The worthy citizens of this linrg are  very busy putting up stoves and pipes  and getting in their winter's supply of  I'n.-I.  Messrs. Riddle and Smith of Hedley  visited Kerenreos oir Monday and ie-  Inured the same day with a patient  from the "sanatarirrrri".  Mrs. J. A. Brown, Mrs. Rorrrke and  Master Rourke, left for Hedley on  Monday's train for a few days'visit  with Mrs. Sproule of that town.  Mr. Phelps drove over' from Fair-  view on the :ir*d, accompanied by Miss  Jones. He took back, with him the  following day, his sister* Mrs. Dair  Roger's of Coalmout.  Mr. .1. A. Brown, accompanied by  Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Rour-ke arrd sorr and  Mr. Syilliamson, drove down to Similkameen on Sunday and speirt the  day with Mr. and Mrs. IS. M. Crooker.  Donrenico Cejfelli very well known  to the boys around towir, sperrt the  week eird in Keremeos before returning to work at Naramata where he is  working for Armstrong arrd Morrison,  ft. Ri contractors.  Attention���������A meeting will be held  in the customs house to reorganize a  committee for a skating rink for-the  coming seasotr. Everyone interested  is earnestly invited to come and express their views.  Leslie C.Beckett, of Toronto, Out.,  stopped oil' for a couple of days to  visit bis father and mother, Mr. and  Mis. N. J. Beckett. Mr. Beckett is  the secretary of Colonel Davis, Canadian Northern Railway Commissioner,  and was on his way to Fort George.  Ed. Lee took his '���������Indian" cycle  down to see the doctor at Oroville,  who after timing the spark, or whatever it was, turned the machine over,  and Ed. happy once more hit the dust  Sunday morning for Keremeos. No  stops being reported on the road, he  did the trip under three hours.  Harold Ralston, nephew of Mr. and  Mrs. G. G. Keeler, left to join his  father at Forsyth, Montana. Harold  lias for the past ten months been  working in the store for his uncle and  while amongst us has made marry  friends, all, of whom wish him every  success in whatever he undertakes in  the future.  Richter, Rev. A. H. Cameron, Messrs.  II. Williamson. C. Armstrong. R. IL  Hogg, W. Daly, W. li. Knowles, W.  R. Hope, and II. 0. N. Etches.  The occupants of Roseniont were  disturbed the other- rriglrt by a commotion outside and the owner armed  with a shotgun went out to investigate. There he found one of those  beautiful little creatures with white  striped back flirting with the dog. He  fired a couple of shots���������first at the  smell and the second at the author  thereof and then retreated to allow  the smoke of battle to clear away.  Next morning he found the skunk hail  reserved its trump card for its last  play, for the impudent little animal  had gorre under the verandah to die.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BHOICEKAGE,  '    FlltK  INSUltANCJi  OFFICE  KEREMEOS. B.C.  BIG PRODUCE   SHIPMENTS  Okanagan Sends Out Thirty-Eight Cars  in One Week  R. H. ROGERS,  ' M.A., B.C.h.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  YOU CAN FILL YOUR PANTRY WITH-  OUT EMPTYING YOUR PURSE   .  savings  are possible, on  some  -- on  the  very  things  Hotel; Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  MRS.  A. F.-KIRBY,   Proprietress.  Total of thirty-eight carloads of  fruit arrd produce was shipped from  the Vernon Fruit Union from September' 25th lo October 1st. inclusive.  Apples made irp the bulk of the  thirty-two carloads of fruit shipped,  four carloads going to Vancouver, one  direct to Montreal, arrd the rest to the  Prairie  Provinces.  The peach and plum shipments are  growing light, the season for soft  fruits being nearly over. Thee carloads of hay and three of vegetables  made irp the total of the thirty-eight  car-loads sent out.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all F kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  LOWER COST OF LIVING  Selling Agencies May Be Established as  Result of Ontario Government's  Investigations  H. A. Turner, road supervisor, passed through Friday on his way to  Princeton to look over some road arrd  bridge work there. On his way back  he stopped in Keremeos to notify  Robert McCurdy to get a few of his  gang together and move down into  the lower valley. The gang left Monday and will construct a small bridge  over Nahumshen Creek near Chopaka.  Victor Quaedvlieg killed a wild-cat  on Sunday last. He brought it to  town Monday. A chinaman bought  it off Mr. Quaedvlieg. Some asked  John if he was going to cook it. The  celestial said "maybe, all same alright,  good cookee." Now how would our  Hedley and Princeton readers like to  be invited down to Keremeos to have  si feed of wild-cat stew and rattlesnake  Sauce; some grub; eh?  The night was dark and stormy;  nevertheless there was a darrce last  Thursday despite the state of the  aforesaid report of the. weather. The  crowd was small but those who did  manage to fight their way thoroughly  enjoyed themselves and they were  unanimously in their wish that the  old assembly dance committee, get together and bring about the monthly  dances which were such a decided success last winter.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown entertained on Tuesday evening last in-honor  of their sister Mrs. Rourke of Vancouver at a smart musical evening. The  guests present included Mrs. Sproule,  Mrs,. Daly, Mr. and Mrs. Torn Daly,  Misu Easton, Miss Scott, Miss Arm  strong, Miss Daly, Miss Corrigan, Miss  Toronto, Out., Sept. 30.���������As a result  of the Ontario Government's investigation of co-operative plan of selling agencies may be established in the  big centres for the sale and disposal ol  the produce of the Ontario farmers  and thus reduce the price of living.  This scheme, it is ascertained, will  insure the farmer mnch better prices,  while it would save the consumers a  very great deal.  It has been sirggested by officials of  the Farmers' Institute and agricultural societies that a profitable plan both  to consumer and seller could be estab  lished by the Government through  these associations as a medium.  KEREME^i-PENTICTON  TU/EDDLE'S  AUTO STAGE SERVICE  > Tweddle's .cars are   comfort-  \        able.    Tweddle's drivers  \ are-experts.  ������ No delavs. ���������  ,      No accidents  Worth   while  r6f the needed  provisions  perhaps that you're buying every week.  When we make a price on any particular  staple,that is special, it is always in the interest of  the customer.  We always have some of these special features  where goods sell at less than regular prices. It  will pay to investigate them.  t  X  ���������  %  F.  RICHTER ESTATE  Autos leave PenMcton every morning to conncct.with trains to Hedley.  I'rinccton, Coiilmont, Oroville and  all Boundary points.  Leave Jvercmcos- for Penticton on  arrival of Great Northern trains  Fake���������single $6.00  RETURN $11.00  Baggage curried. Commercial trunks  arranged for  Break the monotony of train and  boat travel and take an auto trip.  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  CLOSING    OUT    SALE  ������  ������  ������  ������  As the Keremeos Land Company's Ranch has  been sold, all the Stock and Farm Implements  ������  must be disposed of.     Now is your chance to   "*  secure a Bargain.  HORSES  .1 Bay Horse, 9 year old about 1400 lbs; 1 Chestnut @  Mare, 10 years old'about 1:500 lbs: 1   black  Mare, 6 ������  year old in foal; 1 Bay Horse,   10  year  old;   1   Bay ������  M    Mare, 6 year old  with  6 month's  colt;.   1 Chestnut  ������  When you.arrive at Penticton or  Kcvemeox ask for  TWEDDLE'S AUTO STAGE  Cars Caii at all Hotels  .  KereiiieosPenticton  Royal "Mail'Horse and Auto Stage.  Establish 1895  Leaves Penticton for Keremeos  en Tuesday, Thursday rind Saturday returning alternative days  Mare, 9 old; 1 Mare Colt, 15 months;  1   Horse   colt  @  1 f3 months; all in first-class shape,  ������  ������  ������  FARM IMPLEMENTS  1 spring-tooth harrow, 1 light draft harrow,  1 circular harrow, 1 diamond drag harrow,   1 gang plow,  with 3-Sm hold boards:  12 inch oak plow,  2 mowing ~  H    machines,  1 hay rake, 2 wagons,   1 hay rack, 1   disc |?  harrow, 1  post hole digger,   1  blacksmith  vice,   1 @  buggy, 2 sets of work harness,_1. set of single .liar- ������  ness, picks, bars, shovels and other articles too num.- ������  erous to mention. ������  KEREMEOS LAND COMPANY  ������  CANADA'S BORROWINGS  ;    JUSTIFIED  Continued from Page One  financed because  of  the   high  credit  and standing of the older provinces on  a most conservative basis. When one  goes through the west and sees the  splendid buildings which the railroads  and banks are putting up in cities like  Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and  Vancouver, and, in fact, all the principal cities of the west, it must be apparent that a very large proportion of  new money coming this way is being  iiivested there, and that whatever  work is being done, is being done, is  being well done, and with a view to  the future requirements of the country. We have had to put up with the  most inadequate railroad terminals in  Montreal for many years, and still  have to put up with them, but in the  west they irrrrst be all up to date. 1  merely make these statements to show  that there should be no cause for complaint as between the east and west.���������  Monetarv Times.  PARE ��������� Arrto7s1tage, $6.00.     Horse  Stage, &I.    Horse Stage, 2nd class, $3.  Special  tripsito. any point with  horses or auto-made at airy time  by arrangement.  W. E. WELBY, Prop., Penticton, B.C.  FOR SALE  AKE GOOD BERKSHIRE BOAR. Apply to  Xs E. M. 'CROOjCOER, Armstrong Ranch,  Similkameen. li. C.  J.F. MADOR.E  General Blacksmith  and Woodworker  Horseshoeing a Specialty  AH Work Neatly and Promptly  - - - Executed   KEREMEOS,      ,-      British Columbia  GENERAL NEWS  Philadelphia has scored the first win  in the world's series now on to decide  the baseball championship. The score  was 6-4  What is to become of the Minto cup  is now the question with many supporters of the national game on the  coast. The salmon-bellies, once the  darlings of tho province, have alienated public support by blackguardly  conduct at the recent match with the  Vancouvers. So bad was their action  in mobbing one of their own officials  that the leading supporters of the  game in Westminster have thrown  them over.  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale n't.right prices  TOHMY SINO, Keremeos  Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims in the Kettle  River Assessment District for Unpaid Taxes  I hereby give notice that on Monday the 3rd day of November, A. D., 1913, at the hour of  10 o'clock in the forenoon at the Government ^office, Fairview, I shall offer for sale at Public  Auction the Crown Granted Mineral Claims hereinafter set out. of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of Juno, A. D.  1013, and for costs and expenses including tho cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount is  not sooner paid.  List Above I\\.&Txtion&cl  Owner  ���������Name of Claim  Lot No.    Taxes    Costs  Total  H. G. N. ETCHES  is Agent for- tire Hedley Gazette in  Keremeos and authorized to book  Subscriptions and take orders for  ���������job work arrd advertising.  POST OFFICE,   KEREMEOS,  B. C  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1010  "VTotico is hereby given that, on the first day of  ���������**���������' December noxt, application will bo made  to tho superintendent or provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel, known as the Central hotel,  situate at Koi-cmcoa Centre, in the province of  British Columbia.  HARRY TWEDDLE  Dated this litli day of October, 1913.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GAZETTE  J. C. Stevens Estate August 1050.... (i 50....2 00.... 8 50..  J. C. Stevens Estate Evening Star -  543.... 9 50.... 2 00.... 11 50..  Dominion Con. Gold Mining Co.Western Hill   ....1085....21 50....2 00....21* 50.-.  L. W. Shatford Haligonian .....557s....SO 75....2 00....32 75..  L. XV. Shatford ....Kitchener. 552s....23 2S....2 O0....25 25..  L. W. Shatford Buller 554s....37 50....2 00... .39 50..  L. W. Shatford ..:'. .Fair-view 550s....31 50....2 00....33 50 .  L. W. Shatford .' Roberts 555s....30 75....2 00....32 75..  R. G. Sidley Anarchist G47....28 00....2 CO....28 00..  R. G. Sidley Dynamiter 767... .2fi 00... .2 00... .28 00..  Dominion Fairview Copper Co..Favourite 914....21 00....2 00....23 00..  "..Wancta  945.... 26 00.... 2 00. ..28 00..  " ..Golden Gate 20H4....23 2S....2 00....25 25..  '! " ..Hiram Walker 2005....19 50....2 00....21 50..  J. D. Briczc Independence 1449....25 50....2 00..   27 50..  J. D. BricJK-  Oro Firro 1448....25 50....2 00....27 50..  AV. A. Brown  North Star 1587....23 50....2 00....25 50..  J, T. Hell and R. Smailes Beaver  2342... .19 50... .2 00... .21 50..  J. T. Bell and J. P. Anderson... .Highlander Fraction  2344... .10 50... .2 00....12 50..  .1. T. Belt and G, A. Kendell ....Highland Lass 2341....14 00... 2 00....IB 00..  S. M. Johnson and J. P. Kelly .. King Solomon .....3120... 21 50....2 00....23 50..  Itobert Gacdc Opulence 1910....24 50....2 00....2(1 50..   Summit No. 1  3118... l(i 50....'I 00....18 50..   Bullion Nol 3110.;..19 50... 2 00....21 50..  Nelly No. 1    3117.... 11 50... .2 00... .13 30..  " "       Copperhead No 1    Yellow Jacket No 1    Nellie Fraction    " "        Bullion Fraction   " '* Copperhead Fraction   *' " Yellow Jacket No 1 Fraction..  " " Royal Banner   Vancouver anil Boundary Creek  Mining and Development Co. .Kingston   Vancouver and Boundary Creek  Mining and Development Co..Boston    Vancouver and Boundary Creek  Mining and Development Co..Houston   Vancouver and Boundary Crook  Mining and Development Co..Kingston Fraction      D. McBrido and Jas. MoMynn . .Alice     .Phoebe....  .3115.... 9 50....2 00....It 50.  . .3119... .23 50... .2 00... .25 5(1.  ..3121....Hi 50....2 00....18 50.  .3150....18 50....2 00....20 50.  ..3I51....1!) 50.  ..3120....10 00..  ..3152....21 50..  ..2300....21! 00..  ..2301....IS 50..  ..2302....25 50..  . .2 00.  ..'I 00..  ..2 00 .  ..2 00..  ..2 00..  ..2 OO..  .21 50..  .12 00..  .20 50..  .2S 00..  .20 50..  .27 50..  D. Ms-Bride and Jas. McMynn  R. Wood and S.S. Fowler Mountain Belle  2272  N. H. Lamont  .Florence SSOs  G. D. Cunningham     Colby 10SS:  Fairview Consolidated Gold  Mining Company  ,-Whito Swan. 34.34 acres, Minerals precious and base, savecoul,. 518... 127 50.  Fairview Consolidated Gold  Mining Co White Swan Extension 518a���������18 75  ..2839....1.1 00....2 00....17 00..  ..2791....3!) 00....2 00 11 00..  ..2790....37 50... 2 00....SI 50..  25 00....2 00....27 00..  17 50....2 00....19 50..  22 50....2 00....21 50  ..2 00...129 50.  ..2 00....20 75.  Dated at Fairview this 1st day of October, A. D. 1!)I3,  RONALD HEWAT  40-1 Assessor and Collector, Kettlo River Assessment District.  ADVERTISE  IN THE GAZETTE


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