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 ^^,���������.T.-vr-, -,������-,-  Volume VIII.  AND SIMILKAMEEMmDVERTISER.  HEDLEY, B. Q, THLTESDAI������Bc:rOBEK 17. 1912.  Number 41,  :-u\  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in A'ancouvci-.]  S. 0. D. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,    '--.,-       B. C  R.W. DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches,'' Properties,   Mines, Timber,  Water Powers  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C  ���������MiNrroni  RINGS -TRUE  Bv-election    in     Mac'clonald  \   (rives Reciprocity Anotli- ,.  er. Knockdown  WAS GOOD FOR THE WEST  What Defeat of Reciprocity Has Done  for a Saskatchewan City  MORRISON'S 'MAJORITY' 847:  And Government's Majority a Year Ago  was Only 161���������Saskatchewan Ministers and Other Election Corrupters  Meddle in Contest and Endeavor to  Stampede Electors  N. TriOMt'SO.v ritoNi-: sky-mouji.51)13'  MOK. WKSTKIi.V CA.VjUJA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng: .'  Oflices and Warehouse, SI7-03 Bcntty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  Grand Union  Hot?*! __"������������������  HEDLEY, B.C.  .First Class Accommodation.   Bar. Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  Hedley    rimers'   and   Tlillmen's  Union, No. 161, W. F. of M.  Regular uicetlng-s of the Hedley Local. No,  1(51 are held on the first and third  Wednesday  in tho month in Fraternity hall  and the second  and fourth Wednesday at the X. I'. Mine  0. M. Stevkns T, It. WlLMiV  P resident .Kin-Sfcretary.  WINNIPEG, Oct, 18.���������By ;.. decisive majority ot S17 tin* electors of..Mac-;  donnid on Saturday returned the government Candida to, Alex. Morrison  oyer'It, L. Richardson who ran on an  independent Liberal^ and 'grain growers* ticket in which he put reciprocity,  and an increased British preference  to the. front. The figures are subject  to a slight revision.  The entire vote cast is -heavy and  runs over (5000 as against o751 cast in  the last general election when W. D.  Staples, Conservative, had a majority  of 161, the vacancy heing caused by  his appointment to the Dominion  Grain commission.  Conservatives acclaim the victory  as the last nail in the coffin of reciprocity. Liberals make charges of  impersonation,- plugging---and-bribery.-"  The bv-olocfioii  excited  keen interest   ;A-.;JFv &,A,. M.,  _,..  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge jN'o. *I3. A. F. Sc A. M.,  arc held on the second Friday in  each month in fraternity hnll. Hedley. A'isiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  ARTHUR CLARE,  Secretary  S. E. HAH1LTON,  \V. M  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp meets in  Fraternity Hall the first and  third Thursdays in the month.  A. Claim-; K. IT. St.mi-so.v  Connsel Clerk.  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1711 arc held on  the third Monday in every  V5,eSiMit������?**uloll';'1 i|1 Frntei'iiity Hull. A'isiting bretliern arc cordially invited to attend.  II. J. .JONK.S. W. M.  ~.V'M. LONSDA LK. Scc't.  DR. J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST  "Will be at Home office in Oroville. 1st  to 14th of each month.  Office  on  North   Main   Street.  NORLEY F. TUNBRIDGE  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  throughout Canada being regarded  as something of a test of reciprocity  sentiment in Manitoba. Several cabinet aud ex-cabinet ministers were  engaged in the campaign on one or  the other side.  Premier Roblin hails the result as  being, not .-.a mere party vi;.*tc*ry but  a verdict nf national import delivered  on behalf of Manitoba, by the honest  ��������� well-to-do farmers of Macdonald. If.  is a further step towards realization  of Chamberlain's dream when the  motherland and all the overseas possessions shall be joined together with  an imperial preference that will make  the British empire one and indivisible.  Hon. Robert Rogers sees in it a rebuke to the meddling ministers of  Saskatchewan and Alberta and says:  "The people of Macdonald strongly  sesented the invasion tof the constituency by the members of a government  like that, of Saskatchewan who stand  convicted of being the only government in Canada to have defied British  law and justice in order to hang on to  office. This they did by locking the  doors of polling booths to thousands  of British subjects while the same  dors were open to thousands of aliens."  While Sir Wilfi id Laurier and his  little bodyguard aie preaching--reciprocity in the east, western Canada.is  enjoyiug benefits du'ectly attributable  to the defeat of reciprocity. Take the  case of the city of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Reciprocity . would have  taken the wheat frodr western Canada  down into'the -'United-' States to be  ground into Hour in the mills of Minneapolis and elsewhere. The defeat of  reciprocity has had an exactly opposite effect. America lH'niillers are building in western Canada. Minneapolis  milling interests hav.e gone to Moose  .law. ������������������*.  IX CANADIAN KLEVATORS  Reciprocitywould have sent Canadian grain across the border over  American railways to American elevators. The defeat, of "reciprocity has  assured extensive terminal elevator  facilities to the city, of Moose Jaw. It  has brought, or is .bringing a large  American automobile and tractor industry to Moose Jaw, It has greatly  developed a meat-packing* plant in  Moose Jaw. -What is true 'of Moose  Jaw is generally true of the cities and  towns of Canada's great-  west.  THE HUDSON BAY RAILWAY  and growing  REFORM THE LORDS  Next Unionist Government Should Undertake Task, Says Lord Selborne  London. Oct. 11th.���������Earl Selborne,  speaking before the National Unionist  Association at Southampton, stated  that the present fiscal policy was  forming the rich men into a plutocracy under the influence of the government. He added that the appeal of  the political parties for reform-was cm  one side prompted by patriotism and  on tin* other side by mammon and  gammon.  Lord Selborne stated that the first  task of the* next L'nionist government  should be to reform the louls. who.  he believes, are badly in need of a  cleaning up. The Liberal government,  he thinks, is living at the present  time without a constitution, and the  fact .account*! for the great revolt-  against home rule in Ulster.  Last Section  Contracted��������� Government  Has Done More in One Year Than  .    Predecessors Did in Fifteen  The government has let the contract  for the last section of the II udsoii Bay  Railroad extending from Splic Lake to  Sidcwaler, so that today a year after  the return of the government to power  the whole line from Le Pas to the Bay  is under construction or contract. The  terminus, has not been definitely announced, although it will in all probability he Port Nelson; in fact the contract has been let with the understanding that it''will be Nelson utiles*  information received from tin* engineers shows that the establish merit.of  a harbor there is not feasible. ���������  7MAK1XC A IlECOKD  Hon. Frank Cochrane, niisister of  railways and canals, is living up to  the announcement he made shortly  after his entering upon office of "Full  Steam Ahead on the Hudson Bay."  He has made somewhat of a record on  the Hudson Bay Railway. In one  short year he has accomplished more  than the Liberals did in fifteen years  of power.  "ANNUAL  PROMISES  ��������� The ..Laurier government' made annual promises to build tlie road; just  before every election was a big 'flourish',-it was announced work would be  rii'-.hee. on the Hudson Bay Railway,  in 1901 and 100S the Liberal campaign  slogan in the west was actually"Laur-  ier and the "Hedson Bay Railway."  The west, however, had lo lie content  with promises and by 15)11 all that had  DOWN THE COQUIHALLA  Construction from Hope to the Summit of  the Range Will Cost $100,000 a Mile  The.Kettle Valley line, has a survey  party in the field locating tjie final  lines.-for the section down the Coqui-  halla river valley from the summit of  the Hope mountains to Hope, on the  Frasc-r river', a distance of forty .'mile's.  This section will he used jointly by the  Kettle 'Willey company and the Great  Northern. ;  Mr. C. S. Seymour, chief engineer in  charge- of the survey, is in Vancouver  on a holiday. He. estimates the cost  of -this work at $100,000 a mile.7 The  Fraser river will be bridged near  Hope, at a probable cost of $750,000.  There will be seventeen lunnols between Hope and the 'summit and the  guide as against oastboiind traffic will  for a portion of this distance .lie 2.2  percent., compensated on curves. On  the preliminary survey in Coquihalla  canyon Mr. D. Allerton, a young engineer, while making observations,  fell over a clilf and was killed.  BRITAIN'S DIVORCE MILL  Another of the  Evidences of Decadence.  GIVING NOTICE IN TIME  Department of Agriculture Issues Instructions to Farmers  METEOROLOGICAL.  P. W. GREGORY  CIArIL ENGINEER a.vi> RIUTISH  coijUMhia land sinivKvon  Star Building Princeton  The following are the readings show-  for  the  week  ing temperature,   etc  12. 1012 :  rVT THE MINE.  Maximum Minimum  45        . . 20  10       .. :v)  'AC)        .. 21  10        .. 2;">  5W        .. 2!)  40        .. 2N  ;">.'*        . . 20  maximum temperature-151  ending Oct  Oct    (5  7  S  0  10  11  12  Average  Average minimum  Mean temperature  Rainfall for the week  Snowfall        "  do 20.42  5M.7I  .00 inches.  'Victoria. Oct. 11th.���������The provincial  department of agriculture has issued  a notice to farmers in connection with  the field crops competitions for next  vear. so that the necessary preparation of the laud may be included in  their programme of work this fall.  The rather late date at which, unavoidably, these competitions were  announced last spring, no doubt prevented many farmers' institutes from  entering but nevertheless 200 of their  members competed.  These competitions are conducted  under the joint auspices of the Dominion and Provincial Governments.  Any farmer may compete with one or  two, but not more than two of the  following crops: oats, barley, wheat,  and red clover, two acres: peas, fodder corn   and   alfalfa, one acre: jiota-j to Europe  HILLIARD'S  BARBER     SHOF������  FOR AX EASY SUA VIC  HOT & COLD BATHS  Next door north of Grand Union Hotel  W. H.  T\ GAHAN  Barrister, Solicitor. Kir,  MON'KA' TO   LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  WHEN W1IIT1NO jUn'KKTlSERS PLEASE  MENTION   THIS PAPER  coiiiucsro.vni.vo wkkic of last vkah  Highest niaxiinum temperature ���������.  Average maximum do ���������.  Lowest minimum do  Average miiiinuun do ���������.  Mean do  toes,   turnips,   mangles and   kale, half  an acre; field carrots, quarter acre.  been started was a bridge at Le Pas  and some survey work. A couple of  weeks before the last election, the  contract for the lirst section from Le  Pas was let; it was not regarded more  than" 1111 election contract. To-day finds  some two hundred miles of the road  under construction and the remainder  of the line, to the Bay under contract.  By 1011: the whole road will bo completed and ready to help move the  west's wheat crop, it will furnish a  new outlet for the grain of the prairie  provinces, will provide a far shorter  route to Great. Britain and will serve  as a regulator of freight rates for the  transcontinental lines.  expeditions to 1!AY  Mr. Cochrane, found   when he entered office, that not only had there been  no  construction   work but  there was  only the  most meagre  information in  the department in regard to   the harbors,   the length of time the Bay and  Straits  were open for navigation, the  aids' to  navigation   which   would   be  necessary, etc.    Although winter was  approaching    expeditions    were   sent  overland from   Winnipeg headed   Inexpert engineers  to   make  thorough  reports on   the two harbors  of Nelson  and Churchill.   One of the host known  harbor    engineers    in Canada.    'W.  Hazen,   formerly  with   the  Canadian  Northern    Railway,   was   despatched  with a   large party  to make  plans for  harbors,   terminals arfd  dock requirements.    Without proper terminal and  dock   facilities a  railroad  to the   Bay  was   useless and   Mr. Cochrane set energetically   to work to  plan tlie water  side of   the work  so that   by the time  (he   road   reached   the   Bay   steamers  will be ready to carry the west's grain  Two steamers  oarlv last  London, Oct. 11.���������For tin* sittings,  of the Admiralty and Divorce Court,  which opens tomorrow, no less than  022 divorce cases are down, a total  which exceeds that of last year by 144..  Of the cases 339 are undefended. This  has given fresh giouiid for *tlie widespread feeling 'that' the ease with  which divorces are granted the well-  to-do is sapping the morality of the  middle classes.  THE SCHOOL MAGAZINE  The    School    Magazine    edited    by  Capt:  Clive Phillipps Wolley for  the  "l'j'ducation   Department of British Columbia   has resumed   publication after  the holidays, and the  latest number is  June-September.     A most interesting  feature of the  number is the Armada.  July, lfSSS,   which will   make excellent  reading  for   the   pupils in   connection  with their history lessons.    The editor-  had  evidently  been   drinking   deeply-  from 'the wells of Robert Louis Stevenson   lately   and   as   a   result   several  Stevenson   gems are strewn   here and  there through the number.     And if it-  contained   nothing  else the following  excerpts from Kipling's "The English  Flag" will make  it a wholesome number lo go into  the hands   of pupils in  the  public schools   of   the   province:  With  it the editor gives the explanation    that    "the    Wind   is   speaking  through    our    universal     interpreter  Rudyard   Kipling".      It  would   be an  excellent  idea   for   teachers  to   have  pupils memorize gems like this:'  Never was isle so little, never was sea so lone.  Hut over the scud and the palm-trees  mi English flag was flown.  I have spread its fold o'er the dying, adrift  in a hopeless sea :  I have hurled it swift on the slaver, and scon  the slave go free.  Never the lotus close*, never the  wildfowl wake,  Hut a soul goes out on the east wind  I hat died for England's sake:  Alan or woman or suckling, mother  or hride or 111:1 it 1.  Hei-nuse on the hones of the Kngli--  tlie English Hag i.-. stayed.  AT  Oct  (i  7  S  0  10  11  12  THE MILL.  .Maximum  (K-i  17  10  (il  ;*)S  ,-.8  r>i;  Minimum  :n  ���������M  40  ���������111  M  .'IS I  :h  Average maximum temperature oli.  Average minimum do 511 i. 12  Mean do 40.21  Rainfall for the week     .00   inches  Snowfall        "       "      0.00  COHUKSI'ONDING  WKKIC  Ol'' LAST   VKAU  Highest maximum temperature 72  Average do do 00.2S  Lowest minimum do 511.  Average do do '.Mi.42  Mean do 4S.'l.~i  ADVERTISE   JN   THK   OAZISTTK  ANOTHER WATER ROUTE  For Prairie Wheat���������Surveyors Are Making an Examination of the Upper  Columbia  Nelson. Oct. 1.1 th.-Surveyois have  commenced work on the Upper Columbia. River with a. view to determining the feasibility of opening up a new  water route for prairie wheat to the  Pacific coast via Robson. at the foot  of the Arrow Lakes and down the  Columbia River to Portland. Ore. Engineers are making the survey on an  approprintion of $5:10.000 made by the  Federal Government for the purpose.  The route would be some hundred  miles shorter than the railway line to  Vancouver in addition to offering the  advantages of water rates.  spring were despatched to the Bay  and have been busy all .summer making surveys and studying the navigation requirements of the route. One  of the steamers, the Arctic, will remain in the Bay until driven out by  ice in order to demonstrate just how  late the Bay and the Straits are open  for navigation.  ENTHUSIAST  ON  THE   LINE  lion. Frank Cochrane after his canoe  trip over the route of the road, and  thence by water to Nova Scotia, has  become an enthusiast on the line. He  believes that the Hudson Bay route is  perfectly feasible, and is putting his  belief into practical elfect by the way  he is rushing the work ahead. That it  will be as valuable to the east as to  the west i.s the opinion of Mr. Cochrane, lb will furnish a cheaper route  for the manufactured products of the  Maritime Provinces and the east to  the west.  GENERAL NEWS  Col. Sam. Hughes. Canadian Minister of Militia, who i.s now on a visit  to .England in quest of pointers which  may enable him to increase the efficiency of the forces in Canada was recently the guest of the admiralty and  permitted to make a cruise underneath the waves in a submarine.  Mayor Findlay of Vancouver will  seek a second team.  Ten children who had been doped  with soothing syrup to make thein  sleep while their parents were at a  neighbor's house playing cards were  burned to death in Quebec.  Horses are being shipped into the  Canadian northwest from Belgium.  Attempt was made by professional  burglars to rob a branch of the Bank  of Vancouver. The chrome steel of  the inner wall of the vault was the  first thing that retarded them aim  prevented them completing the job  within the time at their disposal. THE HEDLEY GAZFjTTE OCT 17. 1912.  LKltetft^Cgafa:  ������/&  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Issued on Thursdays, hy the IIki.i.ky Ga-/.kttk.  l'KINTINII AND PCItUSIIINO CO.MI'ANV.  Li.mitkd.   at. Hedlev.   II. C.  and later stages of  the  great   revolu-  WATER NOTICE  Subscriptions in Advance  l\r Year.. .$2MU  ���������   I i'uited States).,' .7 ���������'.. -������������������"'���������J  Advertising Rates  Measurement, I--'lines to the inch. ���������!��������� . . .  Land Notlcc,--.rortili<-aH,s.1f1mpi-ovement, etc., I-'-''1 l*"l>-<' In a  millt.ii.V people  tion    following   immediately   on   the | ."'���������'���������������������������  execution   of  Louis  XV I   and   Marie ' For a  Licence to  Take and  Use Water  Antoinette,   that    made    France    the I 7*J<Jt'<'������ '* hereby given that the Siinilkameeij  i1-*       Power Co., Ltd.. of Vancouver, B.C. wilt  terrible   factor   which   she   proved   in [ ai>Plv for a licence to lake and use nil cubic feet  1 per second  ol, water out of Ashnola   River,  "European   politics,   and   it   was   that   which flows in a. north-easterly direction and  1 ' ' | empties into the Siiiulkaiiieou river near Ivcre-  nationai   sentiment and the system nf i inens. The wa-tei* will be diverted at the second  I cniivou and will bo used for power purposes on  eolisriiplion which grew out of it- that ' Ibc'liuid described as Oliver's pre-emption and  ! n . within a radius of 10 miles.  changed   Em nee. .from a   increlv  inar-  Tbis  ijT.im for-liii-dny notices, and 85.00 for 30-day  notice?  I false idea   that is promulgated   by the  Transient Advertisements-not exceeding one i j., w.-mit lis   that when    war breaks out  inch, $1.(11) fur one insertion. 2;> cents lor!*  .-i    each subsequent insertion.   Overone inch, | ������,|u.,.(,   wj|]    (���������,   volunteers   ellbugh    to  II) rents per line for first insertion and a  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Changes for contract advertisements should  bo in tile* olllco by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue  Advertisements will no changed once every  mouth if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. I'or changes oftenor than once a month  the   price of composition  will  be charged at  regular rates;  ,  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  fil.-..-.v. over 1 inch and up to I inches, SI.OU  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  talcing larger space than  four inches, on  application,-rates, will be given of reducer.  charges..based on size of space and length  of time..  A. MEGRAW. Managing Editor.  IS BRITAIN DECADENT  Is Britain decadent-' Premier Borden says No. Sir Thomas Whittnker.  an English Liberal M. P. who recently  addressed the Canadian Club in Vancouver, said No. Lord Roseb:.*rry in  addressing   the editors from oveiseas  save the situation is one of tin- most  fertile sources of Britain's decadence.  We require no belter illustration of  this than the'recruiting that was done  through -Britain .for the war in South  Africa and it was' most painfully  apparent in many of the miserable  fiaseoes astlie result of that recruiting  which lirought shame and loss of prestige to British arms. British regular  soldier.-, who had fought the'Empire's  battles in many lauds have told the  tale time and again that their lives  i wei e needlessly sacrificed in South  Africa as the. result of the novices  sent out,from London city under the  name of yeomanry to rlo scouting for  them, and these were in many cases  youths who had novel- been out of  London and knew nothing of either a  rifle or a 'horse. These same. British  regulars have borne bestimony to lite  fact that they always felt secure when  eilbi-r the C. il. R., the Australians,  the Sliatliconas, or Briiish 'cavalry  with Indian or other foreign service,  formed the cavalry screen in their  front and was able; to advise them  correctly of the position and numbers  of their enemy, while they contemptuously, referred to the yeomanry recruits as "DeiVett's Remounts", for  the Boer general always claimed that  he could get a fresh supply of horses  from these any time he wanted them.  Kipling too risked his popularity with  This notice was posted on the ground on the  1 Ith day of October. Itll'J. The application will  bo filed in the oliieo of the Water Recorder at  Eairview, R. <J. -  Objections may be tiled with the said Water  Recorder or with  the Comptroller of AVater  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, 11. C.  Similkaiuecn Power Co. Ltd.  , II. G. Spiague  WATER NOTICE  For a Licence to  Take and  Use Water  VTotice is hereby given that Gold Plate Mines  x> Limited. Noii-1'ersonal Liability, of Hedley. U.C.will apply for a licence to take and  use two thousand gallons of water out of an  unnamed Crock, which flows in a southwesterly direction through a marsh about 1(100 feet  east of Lot 902.-. and empties into the north fork  of Twenty-mile creek near juncture of the  north and cast forks thereof. The water will  be diverted at a point about 1000 oast of the  southeast coiner of said Lot 902s and.will be  used for mining purposes on the land described  as Lots 902s, 903s, 901s, !KI5s. , ������������������������������������   ..  This notice was posted on the ground on the  23rd day of Sept., 1012. The application will  he filed in the ollicc of the Water Recorder at  Kairviow.  Objections'may be tiled with the said AVater  Recorder   or   with   the   Controller   of   Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings. Victoria, li. C.  Gold Pi.atk Minks, Li.mitkd  Xon-Personal Liability  C, H. Brooks  The   Industry   LhaL   Wins  Industry alone will not make you independent. The  Industry that Saves ,is the Industry that Wins.  Opening a  Savings Account in the Bank of British  North   America i.s  often the first step towards stic-  :���������   cess. ;"  The Bank of  76 Years in Businesi  Hedley  Branch,  ���������: America  Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  H. A Hincks, Manager  :'FRLII.T    TREVES  Buy Healthy Home Grown Trees  ���������   Nu Danger of fniportiiig.Pests       No Injury from Fumigation  No Drying Out-in Course of Shipment  Protect Yourself by Buying Our Trees  Write for catalogue and Price List to ������  THE   RIVERSIDE   NURSERIES  Dept. B. GRAND FORKS, B. G.  Established in 1000 125 ACRES  Representative���������V. Dynes, Penticton <    ���������  N. B.���������We  have   Dwiu-f stock in��������� Mcintosh Red,  Wealthy, Jonathan, Cox's  Orange, Ontario, Northern Spy and Wagener.  WATER NOTICE  two years ago assured them   that she. ( L]a.  J^.jtislt   people by   his plain writ-  was not.    But  all of these  gentlemen   in^ OM   the suh.ic?ct,   and Gotian  Doyle  were more academic.than practical in  their method of treating the question  anil advanced few arguments to bear  out their claims. It all depends on  what we mean by the term "decadent"  and what we would regard as the  principal evidences of decadence. Now  from our notion as to the real meaning of the term the principal feature  which would mark decadence is a  manifest waning of national sentiment.anil we have no hesitation in expressing the belief that the past  twenty years has witnessed a marked  decline in national sentiment in Great  Britain.  No one would have the hardihood to  affirm that in the same period we  have mentioned Japan has shown decadence but the very opposite, for the  advance of a nation from the rank of  an obscure third-rate power to the  proud position ot victor over a first  rate power is ample proof of it. Now  fancy any Ja.pa.11e.se in the recent war  expressing in that country pro-Russian sentiment: and fancy also, if you  can, the people of Japan electing such  a line to public office: yet we. have  Lloyd-George and a bunch of other  more or less prominent supporters of  the present administration who were  openly pronounced pro-Boers during  the struggle against one ol' the most  despotic old rascals that have been  seen in modern times, not only elected  to high office but retained therein. If  there is any encouragement to look  for national sentiment in such -i circumstance we fail to see where il i.s.  .If national .sentiment is urged in the  present day it i.s met with the cry of  "jingo"' and that is really the most  hopeless attitude ol' the situation.  This pluming oneself with broad mi nd-  edness as an excuse for lack of the  national sentiment and patriotism  that formerly was Britain's bulwark  i.s a very strong evidence of decadence.  Napoleon said that "Britain was not  a military people but merely a martial  people," and if lie had occasion to so  correctly size up the situation in his  day, what would he not say now? It  was the national sentiment infused  into the French people in the middle  has not been silent upon it.  But the' question is, what is "the  reniedyl-' The service is becoming unpopular in Britain both in regard to  the regular troops and the militia.  Neither can we blind run- eyes to the  fact that the same may be sairl of the  colonies. Canada undertook to recruit  the garrisons at Halifix and Esqui-  nialt vacated by British regular troops  and what suecess have they made of  it? Besides, this year many of the  militia battalions went out to annual  training sadly under strength. Clearly the only bright beam on the horizon is the Boy Scout and Cadet movements. But the real remedy is conscription and the sooner the country  comes to it the better. .Field. Marshal  Roberts has advocated it for years and  only the other day when they celebrated his eightieth biithday and  asked his wishes concerning a testimonial he, told them to pass a law for  conscription and that would lie the  best testimonial they could give him.  Drastic it may seem but it is the one  thing necessary to stem the tide of  Britain's decadence.  For a Licence to Take and  Use Water  VTotice is hereby given tlmt I, .1. "Robert Brown.  a> of Vernon. 11.'C, Indian Agent. Okanagan  Agency will apply for a licence to take and use  :j cubic feet of water out of Koromes Creek,  which flows in a westerly direction through  Reserve No. and empties into Similkamceii  river near Keremeos'. Tlie water will be diverted at Reserve No.. and will be used for irrigation purposes on the land described as Indian Reserve No.     ,      .  This notice was posted on the ground ,0,11 the  -.'Sth day of August. J91'2, The application will  be filed in the ollicc of the Water Recorder at  Fair-view.  Objections may he llled with the said "Water  Recorder or  with   the Comptroller of "Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings. Victoria, B.C.   ;  ;>S-I .1. Rohkut IIiiown, Indian Agent.  WATER NOTICE  For a Licence to Take and  Use Water  VTOTICK is hereby given that 1. .1. Robert  ���������*-* Urown. of Vernon. II. (.'., Indian Agent.  Okanagan agency, will apply for a licence to  take and use 3 cubic feet of water out of Kausho  or Paul's creek, which flows in a northerly  direction through Reserve No. and empties  into the Siiiiilkaiiieeii river near Ashnola. The  water will bo diverted at Pi-cn-ice Skeucis  place and will be used for irrigation purposes  011 thelanrt'described as Indian Reserve No.  This notice was posted on the ground on the  '121th day of August, 1912. The application will  be filed in the oflice of the water Recorder at  Fairview.  Objections may be filed with the said water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights. Parliament Buildings, Victoria. R.C.  3S-I ,1. Roukkt Buow.v. Indian Agent  NOTICE  Sale of Mineral Claims for unpaid taxes  in  Kettle  River Assessment District.  T hereby give notice that on Monday the 4th day of November, A. 1"). till2 at the hour of 10  x o'elook in the forenoon at the Government Otliee, Fairview, 1 shall oiler for sale at public  auction tlie Crown Granted mineral claims hereinafter set out, of thu persons in said list heroin-  after set out. for the doliquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June. 1912 and  for costs and expenses including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is'hot  sooner paid. .  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTUICT Ol" VAI.K  TAKE notice that I, Hiram Inglce of White  Lake: occupation Farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the south  west corner of Lot 10(1!). thenee north 10 chains,  thence west 20 chains, thence south 10 chains,  thence east 20 chains to point of commencement containing SO acres, more or less.  HIRAM INGLEE  July 29th. 1912 31-10-  NOTICE  Owner                 '  Name of Claim  Lot No  Taxes  Costs  Total  E. H. Thruston  1$. A. Fraction  2:157  3 (10         ��������������� 00  5 00  15. H. Thriiston  Carini  2852.  2(i0()        2.00  28 00.  Robert. Gaede  Warrior Fraction  271!)  22 (10        2 00  2100  Robert Gaerle  Real-guard Fraction  275(1  21 00        2 00  20 00  Robert Gaede  Copper Kettle No. 1  ruin  18 00        2 00  20 00  Robert Gaede      '  Flags tall'  :nu  25 50        2 00  27 50  Robert Gaede  Searchlight  3113  25 00  2 00  27 00  Robert Gaede  Nevada  3147  13 00  2 00  15 00  Robert Gaede  Hurdscrabble  No t  Fraction  311S  15 50  2 00  17 50  G. R. Naden &  K. Bullock-Webster  Something Good  1151  13 50  2 00  15 50  ��������� Fayette Harris  Highland Chief  2.-II5  2(1 00  2 00  28 00  J. P. Kelly  .lumbo Fraction  M2.S  3 511  2 00  5 50  Robert Wood  Blacic Diamond  2275  IS 50  2 00  20 50  1*7 M. Kirby                  "1  W.T. Hunter                 1  ,1. McG. Humphrey     j  Frttnk Parker               1  Gem Fractional  2317  3 ()()  2 00  5 00  .1. W. Frost          1  F. M.Munn       ������������������.!������������������..-  G. M. Foster        |  .1. Marshall         J ���������  Monday  3335  20 00  2 00  22 00  .1. W. Frost          \  F. M. Munn         1  G. M. Foster        1  .1. Marshall          )  Sunday  "133-I  Hi 50  2 00  18 50  .1. A. Crawford    \  W. Kunt-z            1  .1. P. Kelly           f  W. Olson              1  Queen of Sheba  3127  3 50  2 00  5 50  F. M. Kerby  Kino  2522  2(1 OO  2 00  28 00  W. A. McKay            1  .  John McKcn/sie         1  Knight Rambler  Anglo .Saxoh  3015  11 50  2 00  13 50  .1. Carmichael Smith  2573  20 00  2 00  28 00  .1. Carmichael .Smith  Doorbcl 1  2572  50 00  2 00  S2 00'  .1. Carmichael .Smith  Little Pete  2517  2t 00  2 00  23 00  Dated at Fairwiew, 11, C, September 21th. 1912  RONALD HFjWAT  Assessor anil Collector, Kettle River Assessment District.  WATER NOTICE  For a  Licence to Take and Use Water  "\Tot,ice is hereby given that The Daly Reduc-  ���������^> lion Co.. of lleilley, H.C., will apply for a  licence lo lake and use I-liKio miner inches of  wa.ler out the Siinilkaiuecii river, which Hows  in 11 southerly direction through Hedley, M. ('.  anil empties in the Okanagan river near Oroville. The wafer will he diverted at a point  near Medley and will be used for power purposes on thu land described as Lot.2900.  This notice was posted on the ground on the  Kith da.y of October, 1012. The applicnt ion will  he llled in the oflice of the Water Commissioner at Fairview, li. ('.  Objections may be filed  with too said Water  Commissioner,   or   the   Controller  of   Water  Rights.   I'ni-linnicnt Buildings.    Victoria, B.C.  The Daly Reduction Co., Ltd  G. P. Jones. Agent  TENDERS WANTED  Hills will  lie accepted  until   October   15th  for  tin-  delivery of tin* following at the foot of the tram.  20 tuns potatoes, I Ion Onions, 3000 lhn cabbage,  1800 lbs liirnips, 2500 lbs carrots, 600 lbs beets, IS0C  lbs parsnips, ii'"good serviceable stock suitable lot  table use.  Daly KcilnclioM Co.. Ltd,  Advertise in the  H e dley Gazette  and watch Results  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  IMSTKICT Ol'"   VAI.K  rPako notice thai I. M..I. McKoowti, of Van-  ���������L corner. B. C. occupation Broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described laud.  Commencing- at a post planted at the H. \V.  corner of Lot'.lhis thence south SOchains. thence  east SO chains, thenee north HO chains, thence  west SO chains to point, of commencement containing (ilO acres more or less.  M, J. McKeown  August 27th, 1912 3l>-10  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  Vtotice is hereby given that on the first day of  J> December next, application will be made  to the superintendent or provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by  retail in the liotel known as the Alexandra  hotel, situate at Okanagan Falls, in the province of British Columbia.  ARNOTT & MINE  Dated this  1st day of October, 1912  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  |1ISTI-M(T OK VAI.I-:  Commencing at a post planted al the Northwest corner ol Li if 3.'I7: thence northerly along  the East shore of I log Lake eighty chains more  or less to the Soul ii-wcstorn corner post of Lot  Kit: thence I'ln.-t 713 links more or less to the  west, boundary of the Columbia and Western  Railway right of way, being the East boundary  of Lot 2710. Croup I: thenee .Southerly eighty  chains, more or less, along the West boundary  of Lot 2710 to the north boundary of Lot 337;  thenee west three clinins more or less to the  point of commencement and conlniniiig 25  acres more or less.  ClIAKl.KS .losia-ll   LOKWKX  by his agent  Herbert 1']. A. Robertson  Date. August 31st, 1912  NOTICE  Liquor j\et, 1910  ~M"otice is hereby given that, on the lirst day of  -^ Deceiiiber next, application will he marie  to the superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of the liotel licence to sell liquor hy retail in the hotel known as the Smith hotel  situate at Bcaverdcll in the province of British  Colombia.  JOAN M. SMITH    .  Dated this  1st day of October, 1912  WATER NOTICE  For a Licence to Take and  Use Water  "Yfotice 's hcrebygiven that I, J. Robert Brown,  -*' of Vernon, H. ('.. IndiaiiAgenl. Okanagan  Agency, will apply for a licence Intake and  use 3 cubic feet of water out of Showdy creek,  which flows in an easterly direction through  Indian Reserve No. and empties into the Si-  milknniecn river near Chopaca. The wafer  will be diverted at Michel Showdy's place and  will be used for Irrigation purposes on the  land described as Indian Reserve No.  This notice was posted on the ground on Hie  2(ith day of August. 1912. The application will  be filed in the oflice of the Water Recorder at  Fairview.  Objections may be filed with the said Water  Recorder or .with the Controller of Water  Riglils, Parliament Buildings, Victoria. B. C.  33-1 J. Roiikkt Biiow.v, Indian agent  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  "VTotice is hereby given that, on the lirst day of  x> December next, application will be made  to the superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the liotel known as the Great Northern  hotel, situate at Hedley in the province of British Columbia.  JOSEPH ROTIIKRITAM  Dated this  1st day of October, 1912  NOTICE  Liquor Act. 1910  "VTotice is hereby given that, on the llrstday of  -^ December next, application will he made,  to the superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by re-,  tail in the liotel known as the Siuiilknineoii  hotel, situate al. Medley, in the province of  British Columbia.  FRANK DOLLK.MoltE  Dated this  1st day of Oclobcr. 1912  PUBLIC NOTICE  lil'BLIC' NOTICE is hereby given, that in-as-  *- much ascertain terms of the agreement  for the sale of the Kingston Gold & Copper  Alining Company's properties situate at Hedley, 11. C, have not been carried out by the  purchaser; the properties have reverted to. and  are again in the ownership and possession of  the undersigned Company.  Kingston Gold k. Copper Mining Co., Ltd.  W. A. Marsh, President  Robert Stanley, Sec-Trens  Quebec, 29th A ugust, 1912. 37-0  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE   GAZETTE  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN  LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT OF  Vj\TE  '���������PAKE Notice that I, John O. Eaton ofNa-  -L naimo, B. V. occupation. Broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.  Commencing; at a post planted at the S. \V.  corner of pre-emption 23s thenee north 80chains  thence west 80 chains, thence south 80chains,  thence east 80 chains to point of commencement containing (ilO acres, more or less  J. C. Eaton  M. J, McKeown, Locator  August 27th, 1912, 3G-I0  NOTICE  Liquor Act. 191(1  \Toliee is hereby given Hint, on the lirst day of  1 ' December next, application will be made  to the superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of the liotel licence to sell liquor hy retail in the liotel known as the (iriiiul Union  liotel. situate in Medley, in the province of  British Columbia.  ANTON WINKLER  Dated this  1st day of October, 1912  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  VTotice is hereby given, that on the lirst da,  -1-' December next, application will hem'  to the superintendent of provincial police  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by  tail in the hotel known as the New Zenli  hotel, situate at Medley, in the province  British Columbia.  JOHN JACKSON  Dated this   1st day of Oetotcr, 1912  yof  ado  for  re-  tiid  of  NOTICE  N  Liquor Act 1910  Jotice is hereby given that on the first day of  ' December next, applicacion will be made  to the superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of tho hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Golden (late  hotel, situate at Fairview in the Province of  British Columbia.  CHARLIE JONES  Dated this  1st day of October, .9i2  HI THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, OCT 17, 1912.  Towft and District,  In Hedley  on October IS, to Mr. and  Mrs. G. MeEaehern, a daughter.  - Tliere has been .quite an epidemic of  grippe  in the  valley during  the past  fortnight.  T. D. Pickard went over to fairview  the end of la-st week and returned on  Mnndav; evening. Last week he went  over to the Apex. '  The Manitoba Fire Insurance Co;  have changed their name and are now  to be known as the! Liverpool-Manitoba Assusance Co. '  Mrs. L. A. Clark Of Green Mountain  is visiting her daughters, Mrs. W.J.  Forbes and Mrs. D. J. Innis who is  stopping with Mrs. Forbes.  The frosts  of the ipast   two   wet'ks  have been showing  their ef recti on the  foliage and  as a result, the gardens in  town are showing the sere and yellow  ;   leaf.;  Chung Louie purchased the cabin  on the east side of Scott avenue and  south of Fraternity Hall belonging to  W. A. McLean and had it moved down  to Chinatown.  Dr. Mcfiwen,   H. H. Messenger and  E.  E.   Burr went out deer   hunting  Sunday  but the chase was not blessed  _, with success,     A little  bit of  snow  would help out considerably.  There is a  marked oyer production  of potatoes this  year and  us a result  the price of  this  useful, tuber   must  stay around   the foot   of the ladder  .'.while  its associate   the   beefs tea 1c   is  climbing:  ��������� t ���������  Hermann Zibler, shoemaker, who  came here from Ymir about five years  ago and was crippled in an accident  he received shortly after, is going to  the Old Men's Home in Kamloops  shortly. .....,..,  The Mining and Scientific Press said  that M. K. Rodgers passed through  San Franscisco on the way to Guanajuato via New York. Harry Rodgers  has returned to Seattle from tlie  Stikine country.  'Some of the cattle are beginning to  come down the river. No person seems  to he in charge of them and it looks as  if they have been sizing up the weather for themselves and decided to take  a trek on their own account.  , Lawyer Fitzgerald of Oroville spent  Sunday with C. H. Brookes. Mr. Fitzgerald told the Gazette that they  were still waiting patiently to find  out what those people back east wanted to do or what explanation they had  to make, hut as yet they had not been  .advised of anything.  The Duke of Connaught presented  Ca.pt. G. L. Esturbrook of the steamer  Okanagan with a handsome gold  breast pin as a momento of his visit.  On the  pin is the  Garter with its  in-  moiiths ago and many7were left.-out  because they did not learii of the. matter owing to delay'of the department  in getting out the necessary notice.  It was one of the Saxon kings who  earned for himself "the title "Etheli-ed  the Unready" but B. C.'s superintendent is fast' earning a. right to the  soubriquet "Eleventh Hour Sandy."  Mr. I L. Merrill,- president of the  Hedley Gold Mining Co. came in on  Tuesday accompanied hy his son Carl  Merrill and Mr. XV. B. Dickson, vice-  president of the company. Yesterday  they went up to the mine and while  we understand it i.s the intention of  some of the party to go out on 'Friday,  it is hoped that Mr. Merrill at all  events will be. aide to prolong his stay  a few days more. The greens on the  golf links have lately been touched up  a bit and are in better condition, and  while some of the better players who  were able to give him a go, aie not  here at present, lie might find sufficient fun in 'heating "the best ball" of  .some of the lesser lights, for there is  hardly anybody left who can tackle  him single-handed.  Constable    Sproule     returned   hist  week from  Kainloops, bringing  back  most of his witnesses from the trial of  Blair and  Mc.Gillivray. both Of whom  were convicted. Two trials were necessary as the jury in the first ease disagreed.     The second jury only were  out about ten minutes  until  they returned their verdict of "guilty."   The  fact that 'the-judge' was so convinced  of their guilt that he ordered a second  trial and  that he  charged the jury so  strongly against them makes it all the  more strange  that he should let them  off on   suspended'   sentence.     In all  probability   they  will   lie   back   here  looking for the rest of the money they  failed  to get awa.y   with.     It was Mr.  Justice Morrison   who  tried  the case  and  he was also the judge  who gave  three years  to  Gunn four years ago  for stealing $20 and a  watch  from a  drunken man who was sleeping. These  chaps stole over a  $10l> from a half-  drunken   man who  was  iiwako.    The  evidence although in a great measure  circumstantial was stronger than that  secured in the Gunn case.    Altogether  there, is much dissatisfaction expressed  locally with the  leniency shown and  some   think   that   it   will   encourage  others to a like course.     For less than  that they used to suspend the prisoner  instead of the sentence.      ;  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real -Estate.  Mines,  Crown    Grants   Applied   For  ,    Under Land  Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for: ���������    ,  . Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Maryland Casualty Co  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  ,'.-*'���������   - # *' ���������'.'.;���������:  #     ���������*..,-  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  fcveruthing New and  First-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cjgars and Special  Attention   paid   to   the ; Table.  ',.'!-:������������������'. "  E. R Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  GENERAL NEWS  signia encircling the. Duke's monogram surmounted by a coronet set in  rubies and emeralds all on a. twisted  gold wire.  L. 0. AV. Bolls went on to Victoria  from Kamloops last week after completion of the trial at which he was a  witness for the prosecution. In all  probability lie and Hincks will have a  trial at golf on the Victoria links and  it would be interesting to know how  it would come out as they were so  nearly matched in their play on the  Hedley links.  The secretary of the school hoard  says the school flag was worn out and  the arrangement made by the department was that they would supply the  Hag and the board should provide the  flagpole. Lit that case it is up to the  department lo send on a new (lag,  and to the hoard to get a new rope.  The Gazette will loan a Hag until a  new one is sent.  Don't lose sight of the fact that no  stock company doing business in life  insurance and having to pay dividends  to its shai eholders on watered stock  can tlo as well for you as a. mutual  life company which has no stork-  holders' diviih'iids to pay and can give  all the profits to the policyholders to  whom they really belong. A. few cents  less in the annual premium than other  stock companies charge or even less  that the Mutual charges i.s only a  bribe and does not cut any figure.  They'll lake it all out of you in another way by keeping you out of your  fair share of the profits in order that  the stockholder may have his dividend.  The Superintendent of Education  sent out ,-i circular to the schools in  the province to have exercises commemorative of flu* anniversary of Sir  Isaac Brock, but they were so late in  being issued that some schools would  not get them until after the date was  past and none of them would have  sufficient time to prepare for it. It  was .the same way in reference to the  notice for university  affiliates  a few  The Ontario government will not  permit hi lingua-! schools in that province.  Twelve hundred more Doukhobours  have come into the province from  Saskatchewan.  The Pacific and Great Eastern made  a forward movement last week when  an agreement was arrived at between  that corporation and Hie Howe Sound  railway by which the former takes  over the rights and .powers of the  latter.  Sir George Murray whose services  were seemed by Premier Borden to report on the Canadian civil service has  already begun his investigation.  The British cabinet is considering  the matter of Britain's position with  reference to the Panama canal as effected hy the United States canal bill.  The finance department of the Dominion government deny that any  special permission had been given hy  them to the C. P. Ii. to increase the  stock issue. The C. P. R. shareholders say they didn't need such permission as their charter gave it to  them and for precedent they iiist.-i.nce  the fact that they hail done so before  under various governments anil will  do so again whenever their growth  and expansion anil the needs of the  enuntrv demand it.  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN,  HEDLEY, B. C.  ' An Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  ��������� -'"������������������-'' Proprietor.  PALfl6&  Livem, Feed & Sale Stables  HKDLEY   B. C.  11" A good stock of Horses anil Rigs on  Hand.    If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phone Tl.        INNIS  BROS. Proprietors.  WARNING TO TRESPASSERS  The undersigned hereby drives notice to the public  that no shooting- will be allowed around the .slaughter house. Any one trespassing on the premises will  he prosecuted.  J. R. EDjioND  Hedloy, October 7th, 1912.  Roosevelt has struck a I  ("inpuign   at     last.        Ho  iDiini in his  was lucky  enough to have a crazy crank take a  shot at him and draw a little, blood.  If Teddy doesn't make it tell for a few  extra votes it will not be his fault.  Boston and New York are tied for  the world's championship' in baseball  with three games each. The remaining game will lell the tale.  CJealed Tenders addressed to the iiiidcrsiiyacd.  >-> and endorsed "Tender fur Wharf at .Seymour Arm. li. (.'.."' will lie received at this olllce  until 1,00 p. in. on Tuesday. Octoher "iilth, lllia.  for the construction of a- Pile Meat Wharf at  .Seymour Arm. District of Cariboo, li. <'.  Plans, specilical ions and form nfcuiitrnct can  he seen and forms nf tender obtained at this  Depnrtliient and al the nlllees of ('. C. U'ors-  I'old, Ksc|. District Knk'itieer, New Westminster  H, ('.: [���������'. \V. Aylnier. Ks<|., District Knjiiiiei'i".  Oliaso. B.C.. and en application to the Post-  muster at Vancouver. II. ('.  FOR SALE CHEAP  Kasy Terms���������A number ol"i,rooil seeoiul hand sales,  write Vancouver Safe Work*.   Limited.  Vancouver,  15. C. for list.  NURSERY STOCK  Persons f endcriiiK- are notified that lenders  will not he considered unless made on the  printed forms supplied and signed with their  actual signatures, stntiui; their occupations  and places of residence. In the case of firms,  t he actual sitrtiaturo, the nature of the occiipa-  t ion. anil place of residence of each member of  the firm must be given.  Kaeh tender must be accompanied hy an accepted cheque on a charf crcd bank, payable to  the. order of the Honourable the "Minister of  Public Works, orjitiil to ten per cent (10 n.c.) of  tho amount, of the tender, which will lie forfeited if the persons tendering' decline to enter  into a contract when called upon to do so, infill I to complete the work contracted for. If  the tender he not. accepted the cheque will he  returned.  ������������������OUR AGENTS MAKE MONEY"  selling our hardy, guaranteed stock.  Experience unnecessary.  AKLMA VALLEY NURSERY  Toppenish. Wash.  CO.  The department does not bind itself to ;  the lowest or any tender.  : crept  By Order  H. C. DKSKOClIKKS-.  Secretary.  Department of Public Works  Ottawa, Sept. :!7, lill-J  lo-:  Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement if they insert it without authority  from tho Department.  ���������  ���������  .-We a re now showing .a large range  of Men's High Grade Woolen underwear.  Underwear that "Looks Good". /'Feels  Warm" arid "Wears Well" and the Prices  are low. Now. is the time to -fit ���������yourself'  out for the winter.  Remember that Peabody's Overalls are  the Best Looking and Longest Wearing  Overalls you can get. We have them to  -'fit-all .sizes ofmtn and for all kinds of  work.  iShatfords, Ltd  x  X  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������������������������������������������������'  ������������������:���������  ���������  X  ���������  X  ���������  X  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  Plumbing and Heating-, Sheet  Metal Work Tinsmithing  Shop corner Angela Ave. and Bridge  St.,   in 'Murdoch's blacksmith shop.'  Work guaranteed.   Consult us about your work  H. DIGNAN  x  x  x  X  X  X  X  XT  X  X  X  i  X  S  i  Practical Workmen  PRINCETON, B. C.  Proprietors  m^ Ttt0$E WHO TOIL EARNESTLY  and WIT/i SUCCESS '  , WILL BE SATISFIED ONLY WITH THE BEST  OVER-HAUL THAT CAN BE MANUFACTURED.  Schubert's Supply Stores  HEDLEY and TULAMEEN  NOTICE  Lionel- Act, lillO  "M"olice is hereby given that, on the first, day of  J- December next, application will be made  to the superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Keremeos hotel,  situate at ICeremeos. in the province of Hritish  Columbia.  GHOUGH KIItUY  Dated this  1st day of October, 11)12  NOTICE  Liquor  "VTotice is hereby g\veil tin  -1'     Deceiiiber next, iippl  Act. I ill U  that, on the llrstday of  'icaliun will bo made  to the superintendent of provincial police for  renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the liotel known as the Central hotel,  situate at ICeremeos (.'outre, in the province of  British Columbia.  II. TWEDDLE  Dated this 1st day of October, IIII2 THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. OCT 17. 1.912.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������Famed for Fruit Growing  Towrt and Lower Valley.   lf're-aml congregations of other <k-|  7  | nominations 'being present at his oven- ���������  SAFE AS THE SAFEST  -Mis. E. M. Daly was a visitor to  Hedley Friday.  M. C. Kendall of Penticton was in  town Thursday last.  II; Tumor of Calgary was a .visitor,  to town last Thursday.  Chief Constable Dinsinore was in  town a couple of times last week.  Claude INI. Snowden of Princeton  was in town Monday and Tuesday.  Miss Annie Innis of Hedley spent  the week end with her parents here.  A. Robertson lias .just got in a car  load of feed. How are you off for oats?  Nothing doing in the gold line this  week hut will be there with a, liig spiel  shortlv.  ing service.  .0. H. Williams. O.K., and party  have arrived in the Siuiilkaineeii valley fur the purpose of surveying Hut  the trans-provincial automobile road.  The past, summer they have come  through the Kootenay 'country and at  times have met with many obstacles.  When the final surveys are made it  will be. found that maybe for miles  they will leave the present roads in  places where it is desirable to make  and keep a better grade. We believe  tho.iijli   it will  be   hard   to  lind  any  AND  belter   road   grade  Pass   and  Pi  incetoi  between Richter's  i   with   the excep-  Stone,     representing  World,   was in   town  the  last  hi  ,.Miss   E.  Vancouver  Thursday.  ��������� H. A. Ames, manager of the Richter store, paid a business visit to the  near Kootenays.  F. B. Gibson loft for Alameda, Snsk.  last Wednesday on a combined business and pleasure trip.  - M. Moody of Penticton rode over on  his wheel Saturday last and spent the  -week end with W. M. Frith.  Sunday last the pack train of the  trans-Diovincial survey party, passed  through on the way to Princeton.  Mr. Joe McDonald and party of  Seattle business men were registered  at the Hotel Keremeos last week.  Apples! Apples!! Apples!!! the best  in tbe world grown in Kereineos.  send in your box or carload orders.  Mr.-. Barnes after an enjoyable visit  with her -ion Mr. Cariiiichai-1 left last  Tlnusday for her home in Toronto.  W. Willis.  T. H. Osgood  and  F. .1.  Corwin   of  Seattle   were in   for a  few  days   last week   looking  over  the (lis-,  trict.  11 (.... Frith of Fort Mann Townsite  faine, bought a fine Indian Motorcycle,  and now lie is -selling an extra lot or  two a day  Boarding cars are in again, this time  with the bridge crew. The cook has a.  dandy triangle and everyone in town  is up a little earlier this week.  It. C. Uiark has another car load of  lumber in to put into his new residence which Messrs. Cutler and .Tor-  don have tlie contract to build.  0. E. Burtch of Penticton brought  over a party from the south Okanagan  capital t<> get some of the beautiful  ozone of the Similkameen valley.  A nu'eting of the Liberal-Conservative Association is called for 2:30 p. in.  at the? town hall, .Saturday when some  important business will hi; transacted.  0. .1. Bergoust, CO.. aud assistant,  .Joe Mason, after completing the surveys of streams of the Siinilkauieen  watershed left for Kelowna last Wednesday.  Mrs. Daly, Miss Florence, Miss Cor-  l igan, Tom and Maurice Daly, George  Allison and John Wirth started out  early Sunday morning for a hunting  trip up the Ashnola river.  II. 11. Geoige, V. S., who is acting  veti'rina.ry inspector in Mr. Thomson's  place left Tuesday for Kamloops to  spend a couple of days. He expects to  be hack by Monday next.  A company known as the Hawaiian  Musical Entei tainers played the Kicli-  ler Hall last, Wednesday evening to a  good crowd and provided considerable  amusement for the hoys anil a little  annoyance to the ladies.  llow is your wind, boys, for the  lacrosse game on Friday? Guess some  of tlie players figure they are such  whirlwinds they don't need to practice. It will be alright if Penticton  are not practising but if they are.  Well! buck up Siniilkaineen.  W. G. Mnttice and W. ('.'. Bowen shipped the first carload ol' apples so far  this season. The. car contained 720  boxes of different varieties of which  were .Jonathan. Macintosh Reds and  I Jell Howe is, consigned to Clnrosholni,  Alta.  On Sunday last the Rev Cleland of  Penticton held English Church services in the school house, both services being well attended. In the  evening there was no Methodist service held and most of their congregation turned out to the English Church  service. Rev. Mr. Cleland after his  sei'inou made mention how deeply he  appreciated  tho  kindness of the pas-  tinn of a few -places  between here and  j Hedley.     The party last week arrived  at   Osoyoos     and    this    week    move  through   to    Princeton   from    which  point they will move hack to Osoyoos.  When the  road is surveyed and made :  to compare   with the present roadsin i  the    Siinilka.meeii    it will   without   a'  doubt be the finest stretch of highway  in the Dominion. -  Cheaper than the Cheapest  is a. straight life policy in  THE MUTUAL  OF CANADA  -The history of thousands of policies  on ,tho. above plan shows that it has  cost less than four dollars per year to  carry a policy of one thousand dollars.  If you doubt this call on the local representative and see the history of  one policy for 2(j years; then ask yourself whether you know of any other  concern whether insurance company  or benevolent society that can show a  similar record.  \ SPRAY 1  Every Plan of .Genuine. Insurance  it  is  the  people's Company and   its  profits, are all for the people  This accounts for the wonderful success which has attended forty-two  years of unparalleled progress and  achievement.  W. J. TWISS  Manager for  B.C.  A. Megraw  Local Agent  *t-.-:3>"  "Even As You and 1"  Did you over watch a fly buzzing  around a piece of fly paper? Did you  ever notice how be would light in the  midst of scores of dead flies, tear himself loose, Hy away and come back to  light in the same place?  And didn't you wonder how so small  an insect as a fly could be such a fool?  Of course you did; and you were right.  He was a fool.  But give the fly his due. He is no  bigger fool than the man who duplicates his performance day after day.  The fiy is attracted to the paper because it has a pleasant taste. He  dabbles about the edges for a time,  and finally lights in the middle of it  with all feet.  The man is attracted to his particular form of vice because it pleases  him for the time being. At first he  indulges himself moderately. Later  he lights in the mire with both feet.  Suppose it is gambling���������he begins  by putting nickels in the slot machine.  From the slot machine he progresses  to the roulette wheel or the stock  markets. Soon he has divested himself of his means. Then there are two  courses left open to him.  He may take a chance and recoup  with some one else's inaney, or he may  go to the poor house Generally he  prefers to take a chance on embezzlement, and nine times out of ten he fails  to lecover what he has lost.  (Then lie is   photographed and numbered and is heard of no more.  If a   man drinks,   he begins  moder  ately.    He  likes  the good   fellowship  and company which he finds while indulging in the flowing bowl. He continues   to drink  as a matter of  habit  until    in  the end   something happens  which gives him the excuse for plung  ing   into excesses.    He  starts  out   to  drown   his   sorrows,   and what   is the  result?  Before long  he  discovers  that the  sorrow    is   not   bothering   him   very  much, but the habit has fastened upon  him so that he cannot do without the  stimulant.  Though    he   knows   perfectly   well  that    hundreds  and   thousands   have  been   ruined in   the same   manner, he  will   indulge himself in whatever vice I  he   happens    to   have,   going   on    the!  theory, that   lie. out of all   the others, j  will escape.   _     ^ vroTICK  Of   Course it   is Unreasonable,    but il, \ **     December WV>, application will he  mail.- to'the  :.. iw,.w.   11,,. I,,^L.. ;..  i I...    I.,.. ....i    ,r     ,     Superintendent ol' Provincial IVIiee  for  tin* transfer  is none   till* less ill the    breast ol  every | of.he licence for the sale of liquor l,y retail   in  ami  man   who has   plunged   into  excesses.  So  when  you stop and think   it over  Do not neglect to spray your trees with  Pendray's Lime Sulphur Solution  Pendrav's is endorsed bv all the .leading fruit men  of the province.  ��������� We' are sole agent's for Keremeos and can sell it bv  the barrel or gallon.  We  carry a full line of Garden and  Field Seeds.  Five Roses Flour always in stock  F.   RICHTER ESTATE  ���������������������������������������������������������������������  We  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  COAb mining rights of the Dominion, in  Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the *VuUon Territory, the Nortli-wust Territories and in a portion of the Province of Hritish Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one yciu-satun annual rental of $1 an  acre. .Not more tlinn -i.atiu acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person '..to the Agent or Sub-Atrent-  of the district in 'which the rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must bo described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurvoyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  j Each application must: be accompanied by a  fee of Sf> which will he refunded  if the rights  j applied for arc not available,  but not otlier-  i wise. 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  thojVgent  with sworn" returns accounting for'  the full quantity of merchantable coal mined j CONVEYANCING. CUSTOMS BHOKEUAOE,  and nay the royalty thereon.    If the coal mill- '  m  #������������������  @  @  @  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������.  ������  sses^gs������  Gf What   Keremeos   Fruit  Lands  Done for Early Purchasers  is Now Here  Have  This year the trees in bearing will give an  output which although showing handsome profit  on the original investment, is only a mild .suggestion of the profit to be realized with a larger  market.  'REMEMBER  offer no  land but  "what has  the  ready on it  water al-  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  @@@������������������.@@@@������@@@@@@@������@@@������@@@@@@@$-@  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  ing rights are not being operated, such returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for tbe working of the  mine at the rate of SI0.1)0 an acre.  Kor full information application should be  made to tlie Secretary of the llepiu-t'iiient of  the Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lauds.  \V. \V. CORY.  IH-piity Minister of the Interior.  N.I3. -Cnauthoii-/.(i(l publication of this advertisement will not he paid for. !i-(im  FITIK  INSUI'iANCK  OFFICE  KEREMEOS. B.C.  NOTICE  Li. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.O.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  C.   IE.  SHAW  Liquor Act. lilt-.'  "VTotice i- herehy given that on liie Hrst day  x> of December next, application will be  made to the superintendent of I'rovincial Police for renewal of the liotel licence to sell  liiiuor by retail in the hotel known as the  Bridcsville hotel, atuatcal Dridcsvillc in the  Province of liri|i.-h Columbia.  THOMAS WALSH  Dated this 1st day i,f October 191-2 >  NOTICE  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provincial Land Surveyor.  Oflice  KEREMEOS  of .1. A. Brown  B. C.  Ihti'Iiv ifivcn that on the   -lh day ol  there isn't such a great difference he-  tween the man and the fly after all.  Give the Hy his due.  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac-  Anyone Bending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether au  invention is probnbly patentable. Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  aent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.  Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive  *  special notice, without charge, In the  Scientific American  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms, t'J a  7ear; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.361B'oadwa>' New York  Branch Office. 6?5 F St��������� Washington. D. C.  *!'  upon the   premises  kiunvn   as the   Keivinei's I lotcil  situate at Kereinens. British Cohmirii.'i. Iivin George  Ivirby In A.l.i I*"ranees Kirhy o! Keremeos. 15. C.  Dated October lOtli,'. 19IJ.  George Kirhy, I lokler ol" Lieenee  Aila Frances Kirhy. npplicant for tr.ir.ster.  FOR AFTERNOON TEAS AND  LUNCHES GO TO  KEELER'S RESTAURANT  Keremeos, B. C.  For Ladies and lientleinen  Popular Prices.    Neat and Clean  Pates- to Regular Hoarders  Bread for Sale.   Orders filled for Cakes  Doughnuts and Pies.  M. LEIGHTOH  WADE,  B. Sc.  Electrical Engineer  Isolated   plants  power in Mills  for  light   and  . Mines, etc.  .Municipal    ins  extensions.  -tallation*s  and  KAMLOOPS,  -  B. C.  f       KEREMEOS $'  AUTO LIVERY  > Tweddle's New 40 horse-power \  \ Case Auto \  T Leaves Keremeos for Pen tic- s  ? ton, Monday, Wednesday i  \      and Friday at 1:15 p.m. \  \   1-teturniiig,   leaves  Penticton \  > Monday, Wednesday and ^  i Friday on arrival of Str. J  ^      Okanagan at lr30 p.m. \  \ SINOLUJ I'-AKE   -     $7.50 \  f 1U5TURX -        $14.00 ^  f.   Arrangements  ��������� for    Tiunks 2  5 and other Baggage \  \   A  First-Class   Driver has been ���������>  t       Engaged and   the auto may s  r       he  hired at 50c per   mile, J  s       minimum   rate; for further ���������>  <       particulars apply to S  \ HARRY TWEDDLE <  ������   Keremeos Centre       -       B. C. c  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods. Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOflMY SING, Keremeos  WATER  NOTICE  For a Licence to  Take and Use Water  "V"OTIv"K is here Riven that l'reileriek Howell, of  I -^ ICeremeos,   15. C   Kancher,   will apply for a  I lieenee to lake ami use   lOOinelw'u   t,|" water out_ ol  I Sheep Creel:,   which Hows  in an  easterly direction  throui/li l.ot 33% ami empties into Okan.iyan LaUe  I Penticton. The water will he diverted at about 20  j chains west of S. W. corner ol" l.ot ,1396 and will he  | used lor irrigation purposes on the land described as  I Fred Howell's pre-emption.  I This notice was posted mi tin* ground on the 4th  i day of October, I9l~ The application will be filed  | in tlie office of the Water Recorder al Kairview.  j Objections may he filed with the said Water Ke-  j eorder or with the L'ouip-roller of Water KiglUx.  j Parliament  liiiitdinRs. \'ieti>ria, 15. C.  I-'UKD IIOWKIJ.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting- of all  kinds, Ditch digging-, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kkkemkos, B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. K. .Station  When   writing Advertisers    Please  Mention the Gazette.  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  for  Fine Job Printing  MRS.  A. F. KIRBY,  Proprietress.  '   Kercmcos-Pcnticton. Mail Stage.  ! The auto stage leaves Kereineos for  i Penticton, Tuesdays, Thursdays and  J Saturday at 5 p.m.  !     Single fare $7.50, Return $11.00  The auto slage will run an excursion  every Sunday from Penticton to Hcdley  aiul return, leaving Penticton at 8 a. 111.  and, returning leaving Hedley al 4 p.m.  Phono 14, Penticton XV. E. Wku.iv

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