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The Hedley Gazette Oct 29, 1914

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 HH  AND SIMILKAMEEN  Volume. X.     Number"^.  HEDLEY, B. C, THUKSD  H^HfC:\'Vn*������*>  VERTISER.  CTOBEll 2i> 1014.  $2.00, In Advance  ������"WWW������'\^  THEY STILL GO ON  Railway Activities  on the. Three Great  Trunk Lines  Herbert  G.   Freeman  NOTARY PUBLIC  HEDLEY,'       ���������-      ��������� British Colu'mbia-  N. Thompson        ' phone skymour 5913  MGK. WESTERN CANADA - .     -'.  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.   '  Offices and Warehouse, 847-63 Bcatty Street  Vancouver, B..C.  Hedley    fiiners'    and    Millmen's  . Union, No. 161, W. F. of M.  Kegmlnr meetings of the-Hedley Loco , No.  161 are held on the first and third -.Wednesday  in tho month in Fraternity hall and the second  and fourth Wednesday at the'N. P. Mine  O. M. Stevkns T, K. Willbv  President Fin-Secretary.  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedloy Lodge No. 43, A. F. & A. M.,  are hold on the-second Friday in  each month in Eratorniby hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  A. CREEL1V1AN,  W. M  H. O.  FREEMAN  -   ' Secretary;  L. O.'L.  Regular, monthly meetings of  Hedloy Lodge 1714 are held on  the   third   Monday   in    every  29  month in Fraternity Hall.  Visit  Ing brcthorn are cordially invited to attend.  S. KNOWLES, W.M.  C. P. DALTON, Sec't.  D R. J. L.  M AS TE RS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 20th of each month.  Office  on  North   Main   Street.  re. f������. browin  British Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel, No. 78  PENTICTON,  .P.O. Dhawer 160  -    -    b. e.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building Princeton  ERNEST  S.   SILCOX  Civil Engineer and Provincial  Land Surveyor  Lanis, Townslte, Mineral Surveys Etc.  PRINCETON  B.C.  lA/alter Clayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  ��������� Although conditions of war time  never favor railway activities,' the  three great Canadian systems .are  carrying forward practically their entire programme of building formulated  many months prior to hostilities, and  considerably over fifteen thousand  men are employed -in.the construction  camps from coast to coast.   .  The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway  Company is still ballasting west of  Prince Greorge over about 125 miles,  with a final lift, "and it is stated that  this work will be completed about  November loth. Half tlie ballasting  has been completed over this part of  the line and the work will not be discontinued until the same is completed,  The bridge work is about finished on  the Prince Rupert end. The only construction work yet to be completed,  and now under contract, is the erection of the divisional point facilities  at Endako, Srnithers and Pacific.  With the completion of this work the  main line will be in perfect operating  condition, from Fort William tothe  Pacific.  > Mr. Howard Kelly, vice-president of  the Grand Trunk, is responsible' for  the additional statement that the company is only waiting' for'the money  market to improve in order to begin  improvement and new construction.  C. P. R. PROGRAMME  The - construction of -I the Canadian  Pacific has been restricted almost  entirely to the laying of steel on grading which had already been coniplet-  ted. The only major operation, has  been the driving of the tunnel at  Glacier, in the Selkirks. A large  amount. ,of new steel,.,has_ been laid on  the company's system, but the work  for the year is practically complete.  No-halt has-been.called on the construction of the7Kootenay Central in  the .Upper Columbia Valley."'"The  Kettle Valley line connecting with  Vancouver is expected to-be finished  next year.  THE  CANADIAN  EORTHERN  As concerns the Canadian Noitliern,  there are now  only 195 miles  in the  whole  main   line   which   are  yet un-  traoked.     The gap  in the British Columbia trackage-amounts to about 165  miles  with  about   32   miles   between'  Sudbury and Montreal.  The Sudbury-  Port    Arthur    section    is   ready  for  trains,   and traffic  has been* active for  some time on the long stretch between  Toronto and. Quebec..   The Toronto-  Ottawa line has been opened for traffic.    The company has made provision  for the completion of the main line,  and'the final spike will be driven in  January at some point in British Columbia,     June of -1915 will see the line  first' used for freight- aiid. passenger-  business.     No  construction  not connected  with the company's transcontinental route will likely be attempted  until  financial conditions in   London  improve.     At the same time Sir William Mackenzie expects no  halt in the  programme laid out for the present  year.  A REMINISCENCE  CHANGES IN THE CABINET  GREAT NOKTHEKN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the.Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Casgrain and   Blondin Replace Pelletier  and Nantel  Hedley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Share  First-class Line of Cigars, Tobacco  and Soft Drinks always  on hand  MILLIARD ������> TOPLEY  ���������ROLL    ME   A GAME   AT   ROLLS  Two important changes took place  in the Borden cabinet at Ottawa last  week, the first that have occured  since Hon. Louis Coderre replaced  Hon. F. D. Monk. Hon. T. Chas.  Casgrain was sworn in as postmaster-  general, while Hon. P. IS. Blondin was  sworii in as minister of inland revenue  to replace Hon. W. Nantel; The  latter goes to the railway board, as  successor to Hon. M. E. Bernier,  whose ten-year term  of office is  over.  Mr. Casgrain will likely sit fo>?  Quebec County, now held by Mr.  Pelletier, who retires from public life  owing to ill health, while Mr. Blondin  will seek re-election in his own constituency of Champlain. As Mr. Blondin has been deputy speaker of the  Commons, that post now becomes  vacant and a new deputy speaker will  have to be elected when Parliament  meets.  The renewed activity of the hockey  club reminds  us of thdse other leaner-  days when  we built a i-ink on thirty-  seven   dollars  and    six  bits.    Banker  Hobbs and the  village' schoolmaster,  being younger  thani ' they afterward  became, fresh from   tlie East and still  susceptible to the witchery of  muslin,  smoked   five pipes   oil'e  evening and  had   a   dream.���������a di-Jam of   slender  sylphid forms all triihiind svelte and  pink as soft-boiled cherubim swinging  by twos in the  fiosty'uir aronnd the  clear expanse of ringing ��������� ice���������a dream  of agonized  rooters agitating the atmosphere  over    the frit-tunes   of one  little black puck.    They went to work  and the dreaiii  became a nightmare.  It was in  the early  days  before the  manly piety of Bill Pollock had begun  to temper the morals of our town: the  work  was  done  on    Sunday   and at  first there were  five   in  the  band of  hope.    But  one  married   a  wife arid  came no more,  another was killed ��������� by  the accidental  discharge  of his. duty  and the  third fell  often by the  wayside.    They were scored by the press,  they were  victims of  "the man  with  the   little    hammer", -;but  they ' had  thirty-seven dollars and the world was  ���������at'theirfeet.    ���������'" '] '       "  They won, but that is because it was  the year of miracles.    It was  the year  Wallis Knowles coupled pipes for^two  hours with bare hands "without swearing, in weathrr that would have made  most men use up all tlie staple brands'  of profanity .begin  steady inroads on  the fancy varieties.    It   was the year  that   -Banker   Hobbs "coined   seveial  new and beautiful expressions and the  author frequently infringed his copy-'  right.    It   was  the  year that mystic  couples  were   seen  gliding ghostlike  around the rink in the - stril cold hours  fine-winter morning  vt'ule- staid  citizens peeped  aghast from  their" doorways with  their robes  ajar and  the  shrill    wind   whistling  through  their  flowing   burnsides.    Itwas    the   year  that Brookes, the  hockey "player ran.  from the Similkameen   Hotel  to  the  G. N. station   so fast that he set his  clotes on fire.    He caught the train.  .".. Hockey of a  wild   guerilla species  was waged that year.    The game was  usually a thingof ni-mslegs andepithets  with a brace of pucks and  an  armful  of sticks thrown in for  makeweights.'  From the side lines  the carnage appeared awful, but the casualties were  surprisingly      few     and     the     conj  tusions just severe enough to be borne  with  pardonable pride.    The scoring  was usually so  heavy  that   the goal  judges became too confused to declare  the winners and the . matter 'had to be;  settled by arbitration.  'Twms a great team we  had.   There  was Jack McDonald who handled  his  feet like a pro  and his stick like a  soup ladle;   Les.    Robinson,   first  to  breakfast, last to  chapel,   first in   the  hearts  of his  countrymen   when  any  opponent     needed     killing;    Harold  Townsend whose   stick handling .was  a thing of beauty and a joy forever;  Hill Innis,   built  from the heels   like  a wedge and hard as a hickory knot.  Langloe "the hasher", a gay deceiver  of    easy    ethics,    who   subsequently  eloped with Jack Hardman's pipe and  lastly the author who,  graceful as a  "pickled" sand hog on skates,   usually  reached    his  check    via  the    trouser  route,   embraced his  fetlocks and gol  up  not only killed    but  wounded in  several   places.    In    the  evenings   of  the   futuie,   when we are   wallowing  the  fat   of prosperity,  growing   less  like a man and   more like a bungalow  every year, we will gather  our grandchildren around our  knees and  relate  to  them, how  we  flayed    the  enemy  alive and  hung their quivering hides  on the fence in   "the days   that wins."  DEAD FOR THE WINTER  With    Hopes  For   a  ��������� rection  Speedy   Resur-  CANADA'S BANKING SYSTEM  SHOWS UP WELL IN CRISIS  Owing to the cold weather causing  the pumps to freeze up, all work has  been suspended for this season at the  diamond drill camp in Windfall canyon.  During the season good progress  was made, over 6000 feet having been  drilled in depths varying from 700 to  1800 feet. As the Exploration Syndicate of New York has been conducting  under thesupervision of Mr. T. Walter-  Beam of Denver, Colorado, a woik of  pure investigation, but little has been  said about the results obtained. We  hope however, that the Company has  had sufficient encouragement to resume operations in the spring as they  certainly merit it.  The Editor paid the camp'' a visit  last week and knows whereof he  speaks, when he says there are few  more rugged spots in British Columbia than Camp Clifton.  It undoubtedly required a lot of  pluck to put in adequate equipment  for prospecting on the scale conducted  by this company: and therein lies a  moral.  "Property owners who are fortunate  enough to enlist capital under such  conditions cannot be too generous in  offering inducements which will assure  to tbe company' plenty of time for  thoroughly proving the possibility of  the existance of 'commercial ore  bodies; for it stands to reason that  unless_payable pre can be found, the  property is worthless. Let us hope  that the company will receive encouragement enough (if they have not already done so), to resume operations  again next summer.  Government Behind   the  Banks in  fective Preparations to meet All  Demands  Ef-  BROKE PAROLE  Six   War ..- Prisoners ���������; Brought -   From  Grand Forks and-Lodged at  Vernon  n The financial strain of threatened  and actual war,- which has been so severely felt in other countries, is being  admirably met in Canada.  At a conference last week between the Finance Minister and representatives of the Canadian Bankers'  Association, the whole situation was  carefully considered, and elfective ar- '  rangements made to meetany unusual  demands on the Canadian currency-  arid banking system.  The  provision    of most   imoitance "  to the general public is the announcement of the Minister of Finance authorizing  payments in  Bank Notes instead of in gold or Dominion Notes.  In other words, tbe public may continue the usual custom of paying,  money in "bills" as we call them, .of  $5, $10, $20 or other denominations issued by our Chartered Banks, as well  as in bills issued "by the Canadian  Government. :Tradesmen, transportation companies and all public offices  will continue to accept these bills, as  they have always done, and so far as -  our currency is considered the war  will have no effect.  The government's readiness to give .  the Banks any support they may require coupled with their own exceptionally strong position in reserves of  ready cash, should allay any uneasiness which might be felt by depositors'. In times, of war, as in times of '  peace, the safest place for private  saving is undoubtedly in the hands  of our Banks.  MINING NOTES  Six Austrian.prisoners of war, caught  trying to essape across the boundary  line after breaking parole, were  brought to Penticton last Wednesday  by Sergt. E. C. Coy and an escort of  militiamen from the Giand Porks  sharpshooters. The Austrians were  lodged in the provincial jail in Penticton and later were be placed in the  prison camp at Vernon.  The foreigners, Emil Marsovieh,  Mike Nilosovice, Jim Covich, Joe Covich Fred Covich, and Mike Sirbich  by name were among those let out on  parole in tho Boundary district a  week or more ago. They were captured near Grand Forks, attempting  to cross the.international line into the  United States, evidently with the intention of getting home to fight and  wore brought up to Penticton.  METEOROLOGICAL.  Oct  kvV"V'i  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN^  HEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending. Oct.24 1914:  AT THE MINE.  Maximum Minimum  36          . 2(5  ..          44        .. 24  42 29  ..          40        .. 29  40        .. 31  55 33  00 SO  Average maximum temperature 46.14  Average minimum             do         28.S5  Mean temperature 37.4S  Rainfall for the week    36.0 inches.  Snowfall               "         0.00  COKRESl'ONDI.VO  WEKK  01'  LAST  VKAK  Highest maximum temperature 00.  Average maximum do 00.00  Lowest minimum do 00.  Average minimum do 00.  18  19  20  21  22  28  24  Ore shipments from the Union mine  in Franklin camp .was resumed .last  Wednesday,' when one carload was  sent from Lynch creek to the Trail  smelter.���������Grand Forks Sun.  The energetic management of the  Jewel mine, near Greenwood, are  now proceeding with the opening  up of a 500-feet level. All other,  phases of work underground are proceeding smoothly and yielding excellent results.���������Phoenix Pioneer.  A Vancouver man this Week secured a working bond on the Guedatta  group in Franklin camp, North Fork,  from John Morrell, the veteran prospector. The group includes 14 mineral  claims upon some of which exceedingly good ore has been demonstrated..  Development." work under the bond  will commence in the course of a few  weeks.���������-Grand Forks Gazette.  According to an item in the Con-  cully Record, an electric smelter is in  immediate prospect foi-Loornis, Wash.  Dr. Barton of Los Angeles, who has  an option to work the Palmer" Mountain1 Tunnel, and the Summit mines  have taken up the option Jind will  install the smelter.  WORLD WIDE  UN THE    WAR  Mean do 00.00  AT THK  MILL.  Maximum Minimum  Oct   IS .. 56 3S  19 .. 60        .. 36  20 .. 52        .. 31  21 .. 54        .. 28  22 .. 55        .. 29  23 .. 61 31  24 .. 59        .. 34  Average maximum temperature 56.71  Average minimum            do          32.52  Mean                                     do          44.61  Rainfall for the week   1.00   inches  Snowfall       "       "         .00         "  COHKESFONDING  WEKIC OK  LAST VEAR  Highest maximum temperature 59  Average do do 49.71  Lowest minimum do 30.  Average do do 35.14  Mean do 42.43  This splendid weekly publication is  performing an unusually important  service to Canada dining this giealest  of all internatial wars of the  world's history. "World Wide"  selects and presents to its readers  every Saturday the ablest articles by  tlie ablest writers in Britain and  America on the war situation and its  consequences. It thus reflects the  current thought of both hemispheres  in these critical times. .  "World Wide' is therefore indispensable to ever}' thinking man and  woman.  It is indispensable to YOU just now.  Emuiinent men all over the country  acknowledge its great worth.  "Almost every article in almost  every issue you feel you would like  to put away among your treasures.'  Subscription Rate $1.50 per annum,  or on trial for three months for only  25 cents. Send to JOHN DOUGALL  & Son, publishers, "Witness" Block,  Montreal,  Word has been received at Washington that the Panama Canal which  was a few days ago closed by a landslide is again clear and that traffic is  again going on uninterupted. THE HEDLEY GAZEJLTE OCT. 29, 1914  e  JKtfe  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Yea r   ���������'   (faired Statc-u   Advertising Rate;  L'.fH.  2.^\  Measurement. 1'- lines to the inch.  Transient Advertisements- not exceeding one  inch, 31.01) for one insertion, 25 cents for  each Milworiuont insertion. Over one men.  10 cents per lino for lirst insertion and ;>  coats per line for ouch subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Ce-rtiMciile of Improvement* 810.01  (Whom more tlian one claim appeals  in notice. $2.50 for eneli additsoniil  claim.I  M. CHILL. MunaelnR liJItor.  Full Moon  I  Lust t|i!iir.  191-1  oc;t  Now Moon  111  Fir.-.t iiimr.  1911  navy will soon place her in a position  to stiikc and strike hard. If the czar  ! can bold bis foes in check a little while  linger, his great allyl'ioin the north  will hi raUie upon them with terrible  effect.  Cieimauy has failed In achieve any  one of her pi-imaiy objects. She has  lust her greatest ally���������the clement, of  surpiise. Hot-war of aggression has  become a virtual war of defence, Her  allies have been found wanting. With  coimneii.-e stifled she must play a lone  band. We Loo have mlTei-ed and must  sull'er yet; but can anyone doubt- at  L. 1 ii ���������- moment where the real inli insie  victorv lies ?  wtt~r������a% Qtatlarmg  n$  Sim. Mon. Tues. Wed. Tim. Fri. Sat.  1  ������������������)  3  4  5  <!  7  S  9  10  U  12  13  It  15  115  17  IS  19  21J  21  22  23  24  ���������25  2(5  27  28  Ol)  ....  30  31  THE WAR  In attempting to estimate the  European situation, the maze of  event* tends to cloud the issue. lo  claiii'y matters forget the details, get  back to the aims of each belligerent  and examine how they have been  achieved.  The primary object of Germany in  invading Belgium was to find an easy  road to, Paris. This object has been  completely frustrated, and at present  there is little probability of its being  achieved. The Genu in right which  was to hack its way through Lo Paris  has been fought to a standstill, pushed  back is andnow fighting a defensive action in a position where defeat will mean  disaster. The Crown- Prince's army  which was to have the honor of taking  Parisis hardly ������������������holding-its'own. The  centre of -the Allies' line, does not  appear to be very active; but in Alsace,  on the Allied right, substantial gains  are being made; and especially around  Metz the French are carrying the  war into the enemy's camp in a most  vigorous fashion. In three weeks  -Germany expected to accomplish the  fall of Paris; in three months she has  gained nothing but the .destruction of  Belgium and the exec-ration of mankind.  Failing in her first objective, she  has turned to establish a base on the  Belgian    or    French   seaboard   from  OUR   DUTY  I'll)   a native, son of  Canada���������a   clerk  by occupation.  I know it i* a humble one, but helps  Lo make a nation;  I'm   of  peaceful    disposition,   but  I'll  nevor shirk fight  Tf 1 think  my help.is needed and I  know the cause is light.  Now old John Bull'.-  in trouble, and is  loading mi his guns;  And I know���������though he's not asked  it,that he counts upon liissons,  So it's up to us   Canadians   to give   all  the help we can.  I don't know  if all  are  ready,   but  you bet your life I am.  Of course I'm not a regular,  and have  not been   trained   like .sonic.  But when a man is willing  I'm sure  that can be overcome.  I do seek not advent lire or a trip across  the sea,  I ju*t  feel   il   my duty���������and . that's  good enough for me.  For  John    Bull   gives  us   freedom���������  treats us like a grown child,  Tho' sometimes we've been thoughtless and   enclined  to "running  wild.  But now that he's in trouble, and needs  all his family's aid,  Canada,   hi.- oldest son,   should   see  their debt is paid.  ���������"Montreal Evening Ne\v������".  It is easy to fit the " hard  to fit "���������there is no such person as a ',' hard to fit'" with  the Sc-mi-rcaciy physique type  system.  Stout  short���������i  of " build " is provided for in  our types.  Seven types ��������� and fifteen  variations from each type���������  to meet the height, weight  and shape of each man.  And vJiv Special Order for  the man who may not like the  pattern we have chosen in his'  particular type.  er   slender,   la 11   or  i rv cciKvi vabie kind  THE BANK OF-  78 Years in Business.   Capital aiid Surolus ������7,786.666-  VOU   NEED   A.  RESERVE   IFUINO-  Tho athleto who uses all his strength throughout  the race, loses in tho final sprint to tho man with it reserve. So he who spends all his income as he goes, loses  when the inevitable need arises for extra funds. _' ..  Start a Savings Account now in the Bank of British  North America and build up a Reserve against that need.  Hedley Branch,        -.       -       C. P. Dalton, Manager^  Suits and Overcoats. 315 to  S35.  Made to Special Order, $18  and up.  Tailored   superbly ��������� every  garment.  H. Q. 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For days the German columns have  been hammering the Allied front in  a vain effort to break their lines; but  even they themselves do not claim  any successes, whereas the Allies  assert, uncontradicted, that they have  made very material gains. Favorable  news continues to come from Poland  where the Austro-German army is  being steadily driven back fiom  ���������Warsaw.  What is the sum of the whole matter? By Germany's own avowal her  policy was to make the war a war of  weeks. She has failed, and with that  failure goes her chief advantage. Her  plan was to smash France first and  dispose of Russia and England at  leisure. Today the allies with forces  unahated are throttling the flower of  her armies on three distinct fields.  Germany herself realized that certain  strategic advantages were necessary  to her- success and one by one she has  lost them. It seems impossible to regard the fighting around the triangle  whose points are Lille, Ghent and  Nieuport as anything else than a dance  of desperation on tlie part of the German commanders. The German navy  may be a menace; but up to the present moment it has cowered in its  havens and contributed positively  nothing to the issues of the war :  meanwhile German trade lies prostrate and British commerce is not  abated. Italy is edging into the contest.   The mobilization of thearmyand  25, Abchureh Lane, London, E. C.  NOTICE  Good Morning!  lA/eare* Iriti-ociiJicirag  American Silk  American Cashmere  American Cotton-Lisle  HOSIERY  They have stood the test. Give  real fool comfort. No seams Lo  rip. Never become loose or  baggy. The shape is knit in���������  not pressed in.  GUARANTEED for fineness  style, s'upeiiority of material  and workmanship. Absolutely  stainless. Will wear six months  without holes, or new ones free.  OUR SPECIAL OFFER  to everyono sending us $1.00 in  currency or postal note, to cover  advertising an'd .^bippingeb'ai-ges  we will send post-paid .'with written guar-.-in tec, .backed by a'five  million dollar company, either  3 Pairs of our 75c. Value  . American Silk Hosiery  or       4 Pairs of our 50c. Value.  Atiieiican Casliniei-e Hosiery  or       4-Pairs of our 50c'Value'  American-Cotton-Lisle Hosiery  or 7   6 Pairs of Children's Hosiery  Give the cojor, size, and whether Ladies or Gent's Hosiery is.  desired.       f : : 7  DON'T DELAY���������Offer expires  when a dealer in your locality is  selected. - ���������';���������'���������-,  The '.International Hosiery Co,  P:0. Box ail  DAYTON, OHIO, U. S. A.  Letterheads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs.  Posters  TRY US.  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills of Fare  Memo Pleads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  WE GIVE SATISFACTION.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  mSTWICT 01-' YAI.E  TAKE notice that I, Francis Henry French  of Hedley, li. C, occupation. Merchant,  intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:-  Commcncingat ri post planted adjacent to  the south-west corner of Indian Reserve No. 2.  near the mouth of the Twenty-mile Creek,  thence north 20 chains, thenee west 20 chains,  thenee south 20 chains thenee east 20 chains to  point of commencement, containing 10  aercs.  FllA.NCIS IlK.NUV   FllENCU.  October 10th 1911 10-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTUICT Ol-- VAI.K  TAKE notice that I. Lytton W'ilmot Shatford of Vancouver, 11. C, occupation  Banker, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:-.  Commencing at a post planted 2(1 chains du  west from the south-west corner of Indian  Reserve No 2, near the mouth of Twenty-mile  Creek, thence west 20 chains, thenee south 20  chains, thenee east 20 chains, thence north 20  chains to point of commencement, containing  10 acres.  Lytto.v Wilmot SiiA-rroun  by Francis Henry French, agent.  October l!lth 191-1. JO-1  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is 'hereby given that, on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the superintendent of provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by-retail in the liotel known as the Similkameen hotel, situate at Hedley, in the  province of British Columbia.  FRANK DOLLEMORE  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914.  Where Are  Your Interests  "f Are they in this community ?  "fAre they among the  people with whom you  associate ? ';  . ^ Are they with the  neighbors- and' friends  7    with whom you dp busi-  -���������������������������   business 1  If so, you want to know what is hap-  pehingin this community. You want  to know the goings' and comings of  the people with whom you associate,  the little news items of your.neighbors  and friends���������now, don't you? <  That is what this paper gives you  in every issue. It is 'printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the "interests'of this  town. Is "your name'on bur sub-  sc-iipl.ioii lists?- If not you owe it  to yourself to see 'that'it is'put.  there.    To do so  "Will be to  ITour Interest  Synopsis of .Coal Mining Regulations  fiOAL 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. Nob more ��������� than 2,500 acres will be leased  to ono applicant. '.  Application for a lease.must bo made by the  applicant in personto the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the .districtin.> which the rights applied for  arc situated. 7        '". 7/"  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal,sub-divisions of  sections, and'.in iinsurveyed- territory tho tract  ���������applied for Shall bo staked out by the applicant  himself: r-':/---v-.'.';y.-: 'M������-'r;"7"!:- ./<..":-.''-I'���������'!":::  Each application iuiisbbe accompanied by a  fee of So which will be refunded if the rights  applied for arc not available, but not other-'  Advertise in the  Hedley Gazette  and watch Results  ROLLS FOR RIFLES  wise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the, mine at the rate of Ave 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 uay the royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights arc not being operated, such returns  should be furnishedut least once a-year.- ;���������������  The lease.wiliineludo the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatovcr available surface rights may  be considered necessary for tbe working of the  mine at the rate of 510.00 an acre.   .       . -  For full information application should bo  made tothe Secretary of the Department of  the Interior. Ottawa, or to' any Agent or Sub-,  Agent of Dominion Lands. .,  ���������;.   ..,..,...,,   ......  W. W. COKY,  -Depiiby Minister of the Interior.  N.D.-Unauthorized publication of bhis advertisement will nob be paid for. 9-6m  NOTICE  /   -���������   . /  Liqor Act,. 1910 ,-'  NOTICE is hereby given that/Ton  the first day of December next, implication will be made to' the superintendent of the Provincial police .fijr renewal of the hotel licence ro -sell  -liquor by retail in'the hotel known as  lhe Smith liotel, situate atBeaferdell,  in lhe piovince of Biitish Columbia.  JOAN M. SMITH  Dated this 10tl> day of October, l'01-t,  ���������i il  //  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  IMSTItlCT OK VAI.K  TAKE notice that I, Howard Abbott Turner of Penticton. occupation Road Su-  perintenfc, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lunds:-  Commoncing'at a post planted adjacent to  the south-west corner of Indian Reserve no. 2,  near the mouth of Twenty-mile creek, thence'  west 20 chains, thence south 20 chains, thence  east 20 chains, thence north 20 chains to point  of commencement, containing 10 acres.  'Howard Abijot Tuknek  by Francis Henry French, agent.  October 19th 1911.  Don't Pay Out Good Money for Rent When You  Can Own a House of Your Own  IHE HEDLEY CITY T0WNS1TE COMPANY, Ltd  F. H. French, Secretary and IVIanager HEDLEY, B. C. . ffiE.HEDLEY,OAZBITE OCT 29, ,1911"  THE -FAMILY GROCERY-  Ri\/er\/ie\ny  Creamery  Butter  Absolutely tho best in  town. Try ii pound anil be  convinced.  JAS. STEWART & C0.|  1  Wis^^������>������"<^i?2������0������?i������isi3ii!^30s<l8ij������i8ie5a'is:3rt%sia  I   Special Offer, |  I       for Cash    '  jg  x ��������� g  S  Five per cent discount allowed  j������  X  on all Shoes Sold during October X  X x  5? All goods marked in plain figures ������������  IfiEDL&y SHOE STORE |  f������ Agents for Rex Tailoring Co.  j������ Suits Cleaned and Pressed at  X Reasonable .Charges'  S������^^^0<aia^^^^l������J������iSl������������������c9"<������������J������'^3(Ja������������ac������i������i8������rt  Town and District.  Order your Ohrwtm.-is cauls now  and ordei tbeni from us.  Jack Lyull of Princeton N in town  this week visiting his parent.-. ,  First-class piano for sale on easy  teinis.���������Apply lhe Gazette olTlce.  lion.v���������In Hedley, un Thursday, Ocl.  22nd, to Mr. and Mis. John Can; a  son.  Add a touch nf peisonality to your  Clnislmas reineinbi-anc-e by malciiig it,  your own private caul. We have'  ibein. . ,  We are pleased to learn that Win.  Bryant, who has been confined to bulled for some days with sciatica, is on  his feet again, a little lame still but  cheery as ever.  Last Friday Mr. T. XV. Beam called  at the. office to bid us good-bye befoic  leaving for his home in Denver. We  hope to see Mr. Beam with us again  next y.-ar.     Heisa'haid  worker but  making  ^������d������i5Ja5aaa������'^'iele'i5i2ia^^������53545sS������i������Vti?5j������'i������i������it',J  ������'.''���������--.     ' ��������� , ���������������j  I Bon-Bons   and I  x Choice Candies f  X  X  X  *������  X  %  A full   line  on    hand.     Nice  and Fresh just ariived a  week ago. -  Call and Inspect  46d[6o;prii"Q.&Book.stoi:6..  ' ' ' 'T&'e'ciiey,'jBL,'cii "   x���������  X  PflLfl6E  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ��������� HBDLEY   B. 0.    , IT, A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  "land.    H .Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  * i  H,0ffice ot Dominion Express Gompanij.  ���������A  WOOD    FOR    SALE!  1  Phrfiio 11.  Phrfi  D. J.   INNIS       Proprietor.  -*L  NOTICE  -'- - isrtificate of Improvements  ���������'"f           INDEPENDENCE, alKi SPAR DVKK Miacr-  iTi.-il Claim-?, situate in the Osoyoos Mining  .,���������' Division ofYale District. Where located:  j   Independence Mountain.     '��������� , , ;.<  .rTA.lZ.1S NOTlOhfthat R. P. Brown as agent  . ew rtf   ,���������     for G. II. Cornell Krec'jMiner's Certificate  Hg. -/No. B. 95SI7S, intend, sixty days from the date  ]/,The;-eof, to apply to.thc -JMinint; Recorder for a  y^uirtiflcatc of Improvements, for the purpose  ofeiobtaininy a   Crown .Grant of   the 'above  claims. ,  'And further take notice that action, under  ���������section 8.i, must be  commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate of. Improvements.  '-Dated this 25th day of June,'A'. D. 1911:    '  .jtirrf.b.js.ASira'MfefettfeafefefefeMrafeMVjr^  Grand Union I  Hotel  HEDLEY,  British Columbia  X  i  i  X  K  x  X  X  Rates���������$1.50 a.Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation.  Bar Stocked with Best Brands  of Liquor and Cigars  A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor;  X  if %  Here to Stay.  fp^Mi-mig-  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  il/  \i>  Hi  ib  Hi  % For Painting,  I Paperhanging  \        Etc., apply to  ������     J.BEALE  * Corner White St. and Daly Ave  W  Hi  ���������  jjj    Terms   Moderate  %3aa9333aa3a:-9*a*-9a:������-9'*������-9^  ROLLS KEEPS GOOD GOODS  not too   hard to find   time for  friends wherever he goes.  Edward Coles was in Hedley over  tlie week end visiting his brother,  Arthur Coles, pi ior to entraining for  the front. Mr. Coles who is at'la'ched  to the .Strathcona Horse received a  wire on Sunday to report immediately  for service. He expects to leave today.  AV anted���������A live, manager to represent the Inland Coatmercial Agency  in' this town. Must'be good typist  and book-keeper.'wilh a knowledge of  the collection, business, and must be  leady to devote whole Liine to it.���������  Apply at once, stating previous experience to Box 293, PenLi(':lmi,'B.O.  ' Early Sunday morning a special  train passed up the line bearing  several' G. N. 'R. officials including  Vice P.ies. J. A. Griih'er7" CerY.r'STipi.  J. II. O'Neil. The parly followed the  steel to its termination and then re-  'turncd, passing through Hedley early  in the afternoon.  While in Keremeos a fi w days ago,  the editor was most agreeably impressed by the cheery note of optimism  which pervaded the orchard town and  community. According to sources  which should be" reliable, the deprcs-'  sion, consequent upon 'the outbreak  of the war'lias rather spoiled tonal  should have been a banner year-; but  at that, '.1 market has been found for  practically the entire fruit crop. Meanwhile the oichardists do hot'lament:  they smile quietly and await Lhe day  when Keremeos will surely come into  her own. ....  Mr. I. L. Men ill who came to Hedley last Thursday, accompanied by  Mis. Merrill is still with us, mixing,  so to speak, a ha'ppy shandygaff-of  business' arid pl'e'asuie." Being ' an  ardent irolfer, Mr/Men ijl spends in oft  of his spare moments on the local  links, and by a happy chance he is  here to witness the struggle for the  cup which bears his name. If we  could only manage to domesticate the  gentlemen permanently"-for the purpose of inLiatirig our-local talent fn  the fine points of tho game, next  spring' would see up playing "golf a-  she is played."  Most genuine regret is expressed  throughout the community for the  misfortune which overtook'Mrs.' Luke  last'week'at the flume "camp. If seems  that when Mrs. Luke''left her own  quacters in the morning to 'prepare  breakfast for the men, she also left a  lighted candle which, probably overturned by tho jar. of closing the. door,  set fire to the tent. Being busily engaged iii the niess tent, she did not  notice anything amiss, till her attention was attracted by Lhe shouting of  Lhe men turning out for breakfast. By  this time the fire was beyond control,  and practically all her'personal effects  were lost in the flames.  Mr. N. Thompson, Vancouver,  manager for the Canimell, Laird <fc  Co., was in Hedley on" Tuesday. In  conversation with the Gazette Mr.  Thompson stated, relative to financial  conditions in the Province,'that"from  his own personal experience he had  found plenty of ready money available  for any sound enterprise or staple'.industry, hut1 none for speculation. Apparently conservative business men  who played 'the':gai'uu' right in the  palmy" days are 'retrenching but still  well fixed for legitimate investments,  while the real estate gambler and  others of his ilk are between the devil  arid' tlier deep sen, sending aloft their  'l'-niii's1 to heaven. ''"'���������  AVe aie pleased to say that Rev. A.  11.''Cameron'is ainohgus again. Mob-  day nioining.Mr. Cameron walked  into the Gazette office, hardly looking  himself it is true; butsceniirig wonderfully well, considering the siege of illness   through   which   he   has passed.  While away fr i.ii h.'tc Mr. Cnmcr >n  spent" the gieatci 'part nf bis time in  Brandon. After making a paitialic-  covery l.e travelled w.'s'.waul by'iasy  stages, ���������.lopping over at' Calgaiy,  rJunfr', an.1 utlu i- points, finality completing tlie cure ' ,-it Ifnlcyon llol  .Spiinjf-. After u'couiilu of mouths'  compleie iesl whii li M\: Camei on eon-  tempkiles taking, we will no (loubL  find him hi.-oh! .-eif linn-inure, iil'ioad  on the fail way' wilh deck and lua-sir  in ihi'i'.uly lioms, when most of 11-  ..i-i.- .-till snug iiuilei-the blankets.  The homeless  Weibave ever   \\ith"u.-  aiul    it     is    difficult    inatLei    at  this  liioment, to say where   the Men ill Cup  ujli find a   home  for tho   winter,- 110L  l ha I llieic ,-isv 110L plenty of  giiod cili-  zeiis   leaily  and   willing  to  take  the  poor thing hi. but like lhe Dutchman's  flea   it   is  so    elusive,   that''-veil   you-  tink you have it,   it.never   vos".    This  week the  inteiest in   the" content has  increased rather Llut'ri iliin ini.-hed.    Of  those  who' emeiged  from   the rigors  of  the   flr.-t    lound' Barnes,   Muri.-iy,  Jones anil ifrench have gone down   to-  defeat.'    Barnes was   ovei come by tl.e  city cop; Murray was  not  playing to  form and succumbed to Miss Jackson:  Jones was  lather-  easily  defeated   by  Martin;    and    Pollock    beat   French  aftei a diiig  doiig* stiuggle  of f01 ty-  five holes.    In  drawing for the'semifinals Pollock paii f- off against Sproule,  while    M.-n tin    plays  Miss ' Jackson."  The  handicaps are  well placed and  it  is an even guess  as to  who "will'dost  the Men-ill Cup this winter.  A decided economy in fuel consumptioiiTis  effected by iisinsl iiickelled steel in ';*      *  $?1  7,  oven. It attracts and  heat far better than most oven  materials. See the McClary dealer.  yyljacJe-in-'Caraadai  Sold by flEDLEY TRADING COHPAiNY  153  Hedley Druggist  Pleas.es Customers  -J>4 ,  F, M. Gillespie repotts cuslomeis-  greatly pleased with the QUICK ae-  tion of simple liuckLhorh bark, gly-  ceiine, etc., as ini^ed i'n Adler-i'ka.  Tliis simple icincilyi.di-aius.lhe old foul  matter fiom lhe Jiowels so THOROUGH thiit ONE SPOONFUL relieves  almost ANY CASE of constipation,  sour or gassy stomach, it is.so powerful that it is used'successfully in appendicitis. Adlciy-i-ka never gripes  and the INSTANT action i-; surprising  MONEY  Loans may be obtained for miv pur-  purpose on acceptable Real Estate  -���������i-curity;    liberal    privileges;    cories-  We .wish to t*hank our patrons  for their very generous patronage  aL our Big Sale just over. 0������ur  sales having very much exceeded  our expectations.'  We are now openmg lots of new  merchandise for your inspection  and our stock will shorUy be  more complete and up-to-date  than ever before.  HEDLEY, B.C.  <���������������<������������������������������������ ������-������-������-������^������-������-������-������-������^<������-������<fr-������-������-������-������*������-������^"������-������<>-<������^������-������-0������  Patronize Canadian Industries  Keep Canadian Workmen Employed First.  By buying Goods Made In Canada  Stanfield's and Penman's Brand Underwear  Geo.   A# Slater & Co/s  Invictus Brand Shoes  and Women  Leckie Boots for Men and Boys  Carharrt Overalls  W. G. & R. Shirts and Collars  Redmond Hats and Caps  Clark's Gloves, Mit.t,s and Mackinaws  Peck's Shirts, Socks, Hats, Caps and Gloves  LAST BUT NOT LEAST���������SEMI-READY CLOTHING  The    Semi-Ready     ClotHing:    Store  H. G. Freerrian, Proprietor  ADVERTISE  ttthOm THE HEDLlflY GAZETTE.    OCT   29 1914.  ���������������������������'���������, ..y?,-- ���������  minimi ilfftff  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen-���������Famed for Fruit Growing  ;���������;  Town and Lower Valley.  Melville. Miller spent last week end  in Penticton.  Moses St. Charles and C'e u-ge Gilbert have dissolved partnei ship.  A. Thompson has taken the place of  B. Bio iks, as G.N. road master on this  divi-ion.  Lome Coleman spent the week end  with his father, T. AV. Coleman, of  this town.  II. Andrew*, chief finest ranger,  passed through town Tuesday on his  way to Princeton.  Another jeweller has started up in  the Bijj Slore by the name of Harold  Burns, lale of-Calgai-y  Pred Getsey, the well known conductor on the G. N., is taking a few  days rest. Babe Getchell hascbaige  during his absence.  Ezia Mills for hardware. Did you  see the gasoline iron he has for sale ?  One year's subscription to the Gazette  goes with the purchase.  Harold Burns,"accompanied by Mrs.  11. H. Cavinichael," went up'to Princeton on the motor cycle last'Friday to  pay Mr. Carmichael a. short visit.  Joe Martino and Sam Breed came  back with a fine buck after three days  hunting. Billie Benzie also brought  down a prime one on Sunday last.  Jack Thomas recently killed a large  cinnamon bear. " ,  M. C Hill, managing editor, of the  Gazette, was in town Saturday of last  week looking up new subscribers, and  general business.���������Ed note. The remainder of this item failed to get  past the Board of Censorship.  Mr. H. H. Hill-and' wife, late of Van-'  couver arrived in town Thursday,, the  22nd. Mr. Hill will assume the management of the Richter Estate-Store.  So here goes Mr. Hill to wish you  every success in your new position.  J. 11. Brown, Indian agent ofSuni-  nierland, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Amy, and Mrs. J. Rowley,  paid a visit to town last Friday, returning Saturday. Mr. Gordon Dinning accompanied them to Summer-  land.  On Friday evening la-stCargill Armstrong invited a number of his friends  to partake of a sumptuous chicken  mulligan. The event .was splendidly  pulled off 'without any accident, and  the happy party broke up before mid-  niight well pleased with their host's  cooking and hospitality.  The Okanagan Fruit Union, under  the management of H. G. Swimiiie,  has up to the present shipped 'out ten  cars; J. J. Armstrong four cars of  apples atu.l three of vegetables; W. G.  Mattice two cars, apples; Geo..Tickle  two oars'apples. In the other produce  lines Harry Tweddle has shipped out  ten ears of baled alfalfa hay.  liev, A, H, Cameron arrived back in  'Kereiijeos last week feeling much better tor his trip to the prairies, Banff  and Halcyon. He does not intend to  take up any missionary work, for a  couple of months as he wishes to be-,  come a HLtle stronger. We all are  glad to have Mr. Cameron with us  again, and trust it will not be long ere  he regains bis foiiner health.  A special train passed through' Sun  day with J. A. Gruber, vice pres.; J.II  O'Neil, general supt., Seattle: W. Cars-  well, r.upt., Marcus; and other officials.  In the early hours of the morning  they went up the valley as far west as  the steel was laid. On their way back  they were met by Mr. J. J. Armstrong  at the depot, and were taken nut in  his car to see the surrounding orchards  This they very much enjoyed and  were a good deal surprised to find so  many beautiful homes on the benches,  and places that are not to be seen  from the right-of-way.  NOTICE  Liquor Act," 1910  NOTICE is hcrebygiven that, on Lhe  first day of December next, application  will be made to the superintendent of  Provincial police for renewal of the  hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in  the hotel known as the Great Northern  hotel, situate in Hedley, in the province of British Columbia.  JOHN JACKSON  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the- lirst day of December next, application will he made lo the superinten-  dent'of Provincial police 'for renewal  ol' the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Brides-  ville hotel, situate at Bridesville, in  the province of British Columbia.  THOMAS WALSH  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914..  KEREMEOS ���������TliNTlCTON  TW/EDDLE'S  AUTO STAGE SERVICE  > Tweddle's  ears  are   comfort- \  \       able.   Tweddle's diivers \  \ are experts. ^  ? No delays. '     -   No accidents  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910 ,"  NOTICE is hereby given ��������� that, on  the fiist day of December next, application will be made to the superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by  retail in the hotel known as the Alexandra hotel, siLunLe at Okanagan  Falls, in the province of British Columbia.  -     ���������      - "  ARNOTT & HINE  Daled this 10th day of October, 191-1.-  Autos leave l'onticton every morning- to connect with truing lo Hedley.  Princeton, Coalmonl. Oroville and  all Boundary points.  Leave Keremeos-'for Penticton  on  arrival of Great Northern trains  FARE���������SINGI-K $6.00  RETURN $11.00  Bnggftgc-carricd. Commercial trunks  arrunsed for  Break the monotony of train and .  boat travel and take an auto trip.  When  you arrive at Penticton or  Koremeps ask for  TWEDDLE'S AUTO STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  ���������/./w-a  NOTICE  ��������� -Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, 'on  the first-day of December next, application will lit; made to the superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence Losell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Goldon  Gate hotel, situate at Fairview, in tlie  province of British Columbia.  CHARLIE JONES  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch ��������� digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds ol Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.,  SILKS  Large Assortment' of choice fauk iJress  Goods, Silk haiiclki-i i-liii-i.- i ic  for sale at right prices  TOflMY faJlNU, r. c.emeos  WE'VE  GOT THE BUSINESS  AND THERE IS GOOD REASON WHY  If we were to be here to-day and pack up  and go tomorrow we could perhaps afford to  run our business along slip-shod lines. We  are here, however, to build a business. This  we intend to do by stocking high-grade  goods and selling at a low* margin of profit.-  See oiir superior line of Goods  for Spring.  FRANK  RICHTER   ESTATE  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvement  Nkluk (A) Mineral Claim, situate in the Osoyoos   Mining Division   of Yale District.  Where located: - Nickel Plate Moui.tion.  "Take notice that W.' Arnott, Free  Miner's  ���������*��������� ���������     Ceititlcate No. 75111, intends, sixty days  from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate -of Improvements,  for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further lake notice that action, under  section  85,  must  be  commenced  before 'the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of August, A. D., 1014  When   Writing   Advertisers  Mention this Paper.  Please  NOTICE)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMEKTS  Phksidentiai, Tjiyanolk Fhaction Mineral  Claim, situate in the Osoyoos Mining Divi--  .-��������� sion of Yale District.    Where   located:���������  !   Nickel Plate Mountain.  Take notice thatL. H. Patten, Free Miners-  Certificate No.'75135, intend*;, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,-  for the purpose of obtaining.a. Crown Grant of-  the above claim. -j  And further take notice that action, under  section 85, must be commenced before "tho-  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,"  Da ted this 22nd day of August. A. D.'.'liM.  SUBSCRIBE..FOR. THE .GAZETTE  gflPPPPJll^^  NOTICE  ���������Liquor Act; 1910  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of Deceiiiber next, application will be made to the superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of.the liotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Keremeos Hotel, situate in Keremeos, in  the. province of British .Columbia.  mrs.:a;f; kirby    -  Dated this lOth'day of October, 1914'  NOTICE  .   Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is hereby given   that,  on  Lhe first day of  December next application will be made to the superintendent of. Provincial police for  renewal  of the hotel licence te sell -liquor by retail .in..t.be ..hotel known as the Grand  Uniou Hotel.'situate in.Hedley;: in the  province of British Columbia.;      '..  '-'��������� .���������������������������/:     '.ANTON WINKLER ''  Dated this 10th day of October, 1914.  Where Do You  Shop?  DO you shop in a brisk, active store, or in a dull,  store?  ^Advertising makes bright stores. Failure to adr  vertise goes hand in hand with dullness and stagnation.  /  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyono sending a nkolcli and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion freo whether no  Invention la prohnbly pnloiiuiblo. Communications BtrlcllyconlJdontliU. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent froo. Oldest agency for securing patents.  Patents taken through Muim & Co. receive  special notice, without clmreo, la the  NOTICE  NOTICE is h'.-reby given that on the  2nd day   of January,    1915,  application will be   made to   the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for the transfer   of   the   licence for  the   side  of  liquor    by   retail   in    and  upon   the  peinises   * known     as     the     Central  Hotel   situate  at Keremeos   Centre,  British  Columbia,  from  H. Tweddle  to   Central    Hotel  Co.,   John  Him-  mell, manager.  Dated October 21s   1914.  Harry Tweddle, Holder of Licence  Central Hotel Co.,   John Himmel,  manager, applicant for transfer.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.nrjest circulation of any snlentltic journal. Terms, $3 a  year; four months, $1.  Soldbyall newi-dcalera.  MUNN������ 0Q=361BfMdiv������y, ft8W YOifr  Branch Oj" -.:- '������������������������������������5 F St Washiotfton. D. C  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1910  NOTICE is  hereby  given   that,  on  the first day of December next application will be made to the superintendent of Provincial police for  renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Central.  Hotel ,situate at Keremeos Centre, in  the province of British Columbia.  HARRY TWEDDLE  Dated this 10th day of October, 1911,  H. C. N. ETCHES  WriTCN   WRITING jYDVKRTISERS PLEASK  MENTION THE GAZETTE  is Agent for the Hedley Gazette in  Keremeos and authorized to book  Subscriptions and take orders for  job work-and advertising.  POST OFFICE,  KEREMEOS, B. C.  m  Advertising brushes awayiCob-  webs and dust,-smartens shop  windows, quickens the intelli-  gehce of salesmen, and lets in the  sunlight.  f Advertising makes the merchant think of you���������of your  wants and needs; makes him  anxious to serve you to your  liking and advantage.  f Advertising keeps stock from  haying birthdays.  "Advertising acquaints you with  new [things, and so brightens  your home, your life, your person.  ���������'" Advertising keeps a business  from growing lazy and stupid.  Advertising injects good red blood  into the arteries of a business, and  keeps it healthful and active.    ,  T Shop where your wants arid  needs are uppermost in the mind  of the merchant. Shop in the  store which reflects you; 'which  you dominate. Shop where  your money returns to you itv  better goods, better values, better service.  Shun the shop that is dumb  and dark and dreary; keep away  from the shop that never speaks  to you, never smiles at you,  never bothers about you.  r Reward by your custom the  merchant who lives to serve you,  and who is doing his utmost to  build up this community; who  takes you into his confidence by  means of advertisements in your  local newspapers.  ���������t  m  w  m  w  Smile back at the shop which smiles at you.  Shake hands with it���������keep company with it���������your  favor will be returned to you tenfold.  Advice regarding your advertising problems is available through  any good advertising agency, or the Secretary of the Canadian  Press Association, Room 503 Lumsden Building. Enquiry  involves no obligation on your part���������so write, if interested. -  m  ru  m  MW^^M^M^^^a^MMMM^^MMMMMMM^^M^M^^^SMi^MMMMM  M*ta


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