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Array Legl-d-Alive Aniembly   mar 14  '^tivfigfcs  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  0CT 2 7 1075 V1  \   ������-.  VOLUJME   XI. NUAIBER'HOlJ  ^  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1915.  IQRZA. <���������  V-S^ yJ1'  <^^-    $2.00, iN-AoriiVCE'. .%>���������>*  N. THOMPS   N ' PIIONK SKYMOUJlSnrJ  MOlt. WKS'l'lSRN OAN'jlDA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices and Warehouse 817-Kl Beatty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  Former Hedley Boy  Writes From'France  riaiy Reduction Co.   /Tlie Hedley Gazette Daily far Bulletin  Adds to1 Equipment  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley ijodpe No. 13, A. V. & A. M.,  are held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  A. CREEC/Y1AN,  W.M  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  L. O. L.  The Regular    meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1711 are held on  the  first and third Monday in  every montli in the Orange Hall  ~*SJBpggaJ[������2&  ITadies moet 2nd and '4 ifoadajv  Visiting hrethern are cordially invited  A. .1. KING. AV. M  C. P. DALTON*. Sec't.  15th. Can. liatt. ("'. E. V'  No. 1, No.-1 platoon. France,  My Hear Friends--, Lilly and Willie,  I'm afraid the first thing I will know  you will be saying 1 did not appreciate  your last letter or I would have written sooner, but if you will overlook it  thi.s time and write soon again, why  next   time I will do   better.'   Just-trv  ���������R.  F������. BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor-  Tel. No. 27 P. 0. Dii.iwkh 160  PENTICTON,  B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL  ENGINEER, and BRITISH  COLUMBIA" LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  f ''.Si-  W/alterClayton  Barrister, Solicitor, Ktc.  ���������WONE'iiT-'A'iJ 1.0A.S ' '  PENTICTON,  B. C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  H. I. JONES, flanager  Roller Skating: on Tuesday and Thursday  each week, from 7:o0���������10 p.m.; admission  25c, skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:30  -  lo'5 p.m. for ladies only, admission 10c.  Also open for Dances and Other Engagements.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar and Table the Best.   Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor.  | Grand Union |  f Hotel I  I %  5 HEDLEY, British Columbia S  x- x  x .x  x ������������������  -   ��������� x  X Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up X  JbT "  X First-Class Accommodation.        ������S  ������ Bar Stocked with Best Brands $  of Liquor and Cigars 5  I  K  X  S' A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor   ������  HEDLEY MEAT  MARKET ....  4s  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  hand.    Fresh  Fish  on  . sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDMOND, Prop.  Well its  here we are  again, but my  I did enjoy my time spent in England  after 1 got   well   enough to be out  of  pain.    The}* certainly did everything  to give <l Canadian a good   time as far  as I could see.    I had a lovely visit up  to bonny Scotland  with   Bob Hogg's  people. Of course you-know Mr. Hogg  being a parson   we did not have many  big blow   outs but they are   certainly  very fine,  people,"! . met Helen   Hogg  that   used to   be in Keremeos.. .She is  just the same Helen   with   the exception that she is- married and has a fine  bouncing   baby girl.   I was into London but as it was  only for a week end  I did not have a chance to see much of  it but   did see   some   things   at   that  which opened my eyes, 1 saw the rest  of the Keremeos boys' at  Shornclifl'e  and we had a few good times together.  1   think    they  are    "somewhere    in  France"   now, least I had   a line from  Joe Brown last week saying they were  all packed ready to leave any hour.    1  was glad to see our friends Etches and  Hogg looking so hale and hearty when  I got   back,   Joe Mason   also   I think  you'knew Joe.    Fie isexpecting to get  a commission soon.   Bob   Hogg plays  the   big drum in the.  regimental band  and he is sure some drummer.    If you  could   only see   him dressed  in   kilts.  I'm   afraid every minute   to see   the  drumhead go in but so far it has stood  the test.    I hear Bob McCurdy has arrived home   I guess   there   would   be  some time.    It will keep Bob busy for  some   time I guess.    IhopeJiis   other  eye is   quite strong.    I heard Hedley  was sending   another contingent   and  that Robertson was among the bunch.  A Veil I think old Canada is doing fine,  don't   you ?   Since   coming   back we  have had it   very easy so   far it being  very quiet   along our line.    "We  were  out for a few days , rest and had quite  a, time as most every regiment around  has a baseball   team so we   had^soine  real good games also of football. Then  in the evenings,   sometimes we would  have a big bon-fire and have a concert,  I tell you, you would be surprised, the  singers there are here as well as violin  players, step dancers etc,   They had a  real good program always.   One night  a bunch  in the   medical corps  gave a  rninstreal show.   There were fourteen  in the   troupe and   they  were   extra  good-   Together   with   the   sports  it  would   sometimes put me in   mind of  21th of  May or Labor  Day with   the  noticeable  absence  of ladies.    "Well I  guess I had   better close or I will   be  getting in wrong with the censor officer.    Ti usting    this     finds     yourself  Willie and   family in   best of   health,  from as ever,  Sincerely Yours.  Billy  Pte. W, K. Hope (77720).  During the last few   months several  additions have been  made to the Dalv  i-  .Reductions Company's buildings, and  quite a number of new units added lo  tbe equipment.       '  During the year* l'Jlt! and Wbl', tlie  Company installed the Similkameen  River Hydro-EIer-tric power plant of  2000 Hotse-power. This plant, which  was placed in commission during February of the present year, with a 20UO  foot new eompre.-sor. cost approximately $107,000.     '     '  The improvements just completed  are; one'u foot x 2:ifnot tube mill, fitted with Montana Tonopah linings, one  22 foot x. 5 foot Dotr Classifier, two 31  x IS foot and two .SO foot x 10 foot  cyanide tanks, one latest pattarn Oliver Filter "Press, several pumps, agitators, and other equipment.  Both the   north and   south  sides of  the mill have been extended snfTicient-  ly to house the tanks and Oliver Press;  the whole   being  suitably - fitted with  stairways,   elect 1 in light, steam  heat,  etc. The retainingfwalls, as well as all  the foundations,   were constructed  of  Cyclopean      Concrete.   This     would  indicate   that   thoj management   has  . 1  faith in the permanency of the mine.  The large air-compressor engine, at  the auxilliary power station,'has been  changed from a water-power drive to  an electric   drive,   operated   from the  Similkameen River power-plant.    The  motor, operating .this unit, was   built  by  the   Canadian     General    Electric  Russia declaivd w^ir. on Bulgaria Opt. IS  and ' at  the  same time reviewed the friendly services of Russia feir. Bulgaria- in the past, contrasting it with the   treachery  of King',  Ferdinand.  Frencli troopj.s have orders not to cross the Bulgarian  frontier.    '  Bulgarian troops are'concentrating on the .Greek and  Roumanian frontiers.  1 - i  Premier Asquith was taken ill yesterday, he passed a  satisfactory night but will be confined to the room today.  This has caused.a lull in political activity.  Sir Edward Carson again announces that he resigns-  because he cannot agree with other ministers on near Eastern  question.    '  Little change in Servian situation.  Allies arc marking time till largea French . forces can  be landed at Saloniki.  Germans claim a victory against Servians near Dova-  vac; while Servia claims to have re-captured Semendria.  C. P. R. Steamer Missanabia arrives-in England with"  1174 Canadian troops.    No news from France.  La dies to Ra i se Fund  on Trafalgar Day  Company, and"w'lir* transmit -100 horse  power at 450 revolutions per minute.  The   building     has   been    enlarged  sufficiently   to house   this motor   and  the drive of the 36 inch  belt.    All the  new machinery is operating very satis  factorily.  We understand the addition, of the  mill machinery, mentioned, is for the  purpose of making a greater saving  rather than increasing the output tonnage, although this   may follow later.  Our   Hedley   mill does not   make a  great   public   demonstration,   but   is  busy,   nevertheless,   3d!   days in   the  year, allowing   a surcease of one day,  Labor Day, from labor. It has continued to operate so for the past twelve years, and if the permanency of the  building, the high class of machinery  and equipment that has been installed,  is any criterion; it looks as if the man-  agemant expected the "Old Nickel  Plate" to keep the good work up for  at least another twelve.  JI  Mr. W. J. Manery, of Siiniikameen,  drove up Tuesday for a short business  visit to town. He reports the Horn  Silver mine pulling out some mighty  fine ore which.they are now shipping  and if the present grade continues in  all probabilities the owners will install 11 small smelter.  GEN. GORDON WARNED  BRITAIN IN YEAR 1882  London. Sept. 15 (by mail).  A remarkable instance of prevision relating to the war was  cited here today with an extract  from a letter written by the  famous General Gordon, to a  friend,  in 1SS2.   lie wrote:  "Every Briton   should   think  of   the   future    and   each   one  should insist on the government  passing a measure for compulsory universal military training!  So far as England is concerned,  she need not,  for the next quarter of a   century, be ��������� under any  apprehension -of serious difficulties   arising   with    any   of   her  Fiuopean neighbors,  but in 1910  or thereabouts   there   will  have  arisen a naval power* which may  prove   mightier   than   she, and  should   she (Germany;   gain the  supiemacy, England will become  extinct   both   as a land   and sea  power, and all her dependencies,  including   India,  will   fall   into  Germany's   clutches.    You may  live to see tin's.    I shall  not, but  when that   time comes,' remember my words."  Today we celebrate the 110th anniversary of theJlattleof Ti-afalgiu Bay,  that great naval engagement in which  Admiral Nelson defeated the naval  powers of France and Spain and coined the immortal phrase,  '���������England expects that every man  this day will do his duty."  What more appropriate than that  we today, engaged as we are in the  greatest war in the history of the  world should turn to look back at that  great naval achievement, and do honor to the memory of the men who in  that crisis saved the honor of Great  Britain and paved the way for British  ascendency on the seas. This ascendancy is vital to us today in our struggle with the Teutonic Allies.  In answer to the appeal from Lord  Lansdowne, which appeared in the  last issue of the Gazette, Hedley Ladies Sewing Circle have arranged for  an afternoon tea this afternoon from  3 to 0, at which the-men of the town  are requested to appear and bring a  collection. In. the evening they will  engineer a dance in the Opera House,  gentlemen will pay $1.00 and ladies  will bring refreshments.- These events  will be carried out in the manner in  which only the Hedley ladies do these  files of the   Hedley   Gazette' of  ten  years ago;, how this campaign ended.  We quote as follows;  While   Nelson's    battleships   roved  the high seas,  unconquered, Napoleon  dared not   launch his   hitherto   invincible army in an   invasion of England.  France in that day   had a great navy,  and-when -to it was   added  the 'thou -  great sea power of Spain, it was little  wonder   that   Napoleon's   hopes   ran  high of breaking   down all   resistance  and hurling his army at the one power   which   stood    between    him   and  world conquest.    The   French men-of-  war were divided into three squadrons-  at   Brest,     Rochefort,    and   Toulon..  Napoleon   ordered  them all   to  leave-  port   and   sail   for the   AVest   Indies,  where they were to effect a junction  and united with   their allies the Spaniards return in  overwhelming force to.  the English channel and  cover Napoleon's invading armies; but the British,  ships lay between   the. French division  and maintained   a ceaseless   blockade  Villeneuve, the French admiral inside  the Spanish   harbor, had   to bear  the  insulting   taunts   of  Napoleon,   who  thus forced   him to action  against his  better judgment.    With thirty-three  battleships   the French navy put   to  sea. and Nelson with his twenty-seven  his plans all pro-arranged, struck them  like "a thunderbolt.   Nelson's plan was  for his lee line of 15 ships   under Coll-  ingwood of the Royal Sovereign to fall  on theeneniys rear, while the weather  line   commanded   by  himself  in   his  flagship the   Victory,  was to   feint at  things, which means that they will be  a big success and augment materially j their head and  then fall on   their cen  the Red   Cross fund, which   i.s the object of the whole affair.  In speaking   of Trafalgar   Day   one  thinks  oack   to lbs campaign   of   the  power-mad Napoleon, whose conquest  on land   doubtless influenced   him  in  the belief that   he could  also   hope to  conquer   on   the  liigli   seas.    Joining  forces with Spain,  which at that time  had a   formidable   navy,   France with  her powerful fleet   plannod a  blow at  Great   Britain,   estimating   that   the  "Silver Streak" as thoy called the English Channel,   would not   be of   much  protection  to John   Hull, in his   tight  little island.    But there   was the fleet  OjJ Great Britain to   he considered and  we will see in the following quotation;  (which, by the- way   is taken from the  tei- and rear, which   he determined to  crush befora Villeneuve's leading ships-  could  return   to help them.    At   half  past eleven o'clock   went out Nelson's  famous     signal,     "England    expects  every   man to do   his   duty,"  and   at  noon   the   first shot   boomed   out   as  Collingwood's   ships   opened   the ball  and in about  half an hour   he had cut  the   enemy's  line   of   battle.    .Nelson  watching this showed again that magnanimous spirit which made him idolized   by his   sailors,   by   exclaiming:  "How splendidly that fellow Colling-  wood   brings   his ships into   action.",  and   in a   few minutes  more his own  Victory was  grappling in the  death  struggle  when   he   closed   with   the  French   "Redoubtable"    commanded  Continued on Pnfre Threo Till-: MEDLEY GAZETTE, OCT. 21.1915  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  from   diamond   Group   in tbe   Skagit  Valle-v.    From these   two assays have-  first day of December next application  will be made to the  superintendent of  . .S-.'.f*)  .. 2.-M  Subscriptions in Advance  I- ��������� Vi-ir   ������������������   ��������� fiiitcd .State-;)   Advertising Rates  Measurement. 1- Macs lo the ini-h.  1 i-Hiisient Adverilsements���������not. exceeding one  inch. $1.1X1 for one insertion, 25 cent* for  '���������ach subsequent insertion. Over one inch.  HI runts per line for Hist insertion anil j  cents per line for each subsequent in-ertion.  i'raiisient.s payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inuh per month  SI.'_'.'>; over I inch and up to I inched Sl.iK)  per i null per month. To constant ad vert i.-ers  taking larger .-.pace than four inches, on  application, rates will be given ol' reduced  charges, based on .-.ize of space ami length  of time.  Certificate ol' Improvements Sln.O'j  (Where more than one claim appear-,  in mil ice, $2.50 for each additional  claim.)  A. H. S. STANLEY, Editor  Editorial Quotations  been taken with the following result*-: | Provincial police for renewal of the  Xo. 1���������Gold. $7.20 per ton: silver, 2.001 lintel licence to sell liquor by retail in  A'-i.MO per    cent.    Xo. 2���������   I lie liotel known as the Central Hotel,  ; i../.  copper,  Giild. S2. Kf per ton; .-diver, I.OO ozs.: 18  percent. The above  are the two high  e<t assay.-   of copper   ore   taken from  thK hn-aiilv."  Owing to the lOth coming on a Sunday, and tho f'olloowing day being a  bank holiday, the employees of the  G run by did mu, receive their pay  checks   until   Tuesday. It  wiii  the  bii-i'���������i pay day since the mines rc-uni-  t*d opera l ion.-.���������Pioneer.  situate   at h'ei-e.nieos   (.'enlei.   in   the  province of British Columbia.  LESLIE HUTCH IXGS  Dated I hi-7th dav  of October.   1915  NOTICE  When thu war is over another census should bo takon .just  to find out how many grafters  there arc in Canada's eiyht^nil-  lion people. We would like to  sen the army grafters . sent to  the pen for life and given the  best medical attention so that  they might live to be many,  many years of age.-���������-Victorian  George Humbly has a lease on apart  of tli" Sally mine neai-Beaverdell. He  recently shipped 17 ton:- of oie to the  Trail smelter that gave returns of $10.")  to the ton. He will ship another carload of higligrade ore in a few days.  This rich ore is causing a sensation on  the We-t Fork.���������The Ledge.  Liquor Act, 1010  NOTICE is hereby given that, ��������� on  the fii>t day of December next application will be made to lhe superintendent nf Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the. Grand  L'nion Hotel, situate in Hedley, in the  province, of British Columbia.   >  ANTON WINKLER  Dated this7th day of October, 1015.  NOTICE  While the Germans are more  or less prepared for a Winter  campaign in Hussia and are  building motor sledges for use  on snow, it will be a very difficult matter for them to entrench themselves in frozen  ground, writes a military expert. On the othc" hand the  Russians have the..- trendies  all prima red, and the cold weather does not affect them to the  same extent as it does the Teutons. They are accustomed to  extremes, and ("he keen, cold,  icv air onlv y-ives an added zest  The first car of concentrates from  the Ruth mill, at Sandon, was loaded  the first of this week. A ninch more  conveniet method of loading from the  mill has been arranged for than was  formerly in use. The mill is reported  to be making a very surisfnetory product and since starting up has been  running entirely on stall! from the  Hoge dumps.  The payroll of tbe Merrltt mines tomorrow will total well over J?IS,000.  which is above that of September.  The biggest portion is to be paid by the.  Middlesbore Coller-ies Ltd., thier payroll having increased by $2,000 over  that paid out by them last month.  The coal laden cars leaving Merritt are  keeping tho rails to Vancouver and  the Interior humming daily.���������.Merritt  News.  Bow Kee Laundry  Liquor Act, 1010  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the list day of December next, application will beniade to the superintendent  of provincial police, for renewal of the  hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in  the hotel known as Similkameen hotel,  situate a Hedley, in the province of  British Columbia.  AVILLIAM  BRYANT  Dated this 7th day of October; 1015.  The Convenience of a  Joint Account  A JOINT Account may be opened in the  ���������**- names of two or more persons. Whichever one can most conveniently reach the bank  can then deposit the joint funds or withdraw  the cash needed.    It saves time and' trouble. -  si  78 Years in Business.   Capital and Surplus 0",384,000.  Hedley Branch  C. P. DALTON, Manager  NOTICE  Only First Glass Work  to their  fighting powers.���������Col-��������� L���������im,jry Delivered Anywhere  onist. ;   The    Providence.   \i. F.  ���������.Journal" says   that tlie   reason why:  the   German   Government   has j  consented   to change   its   sub- j  'marine'    methods     is   because j  more    than SO   per   cent  of its j  submarines have  been -destroy- '  ed ' tuid. its   tinderseas   warfare j  brought    to  -complete    failure J  within   the past   two   months, j  Sixty-seven     German   submar-j  ines. 2S of   which  are  declared'  to have been of the newest and |  latest   construction,   have been  sunk and their crews destroyed  by the   British navy   since  the  5th day of May.    It is stated on  positive .authority  that the full  capacity of   the   German   ship-  . yards   for   tinderseas   boats   is j  not more   than three  a month, ;  but that even  if Germany were j  able to replace   her submarines I  - i  as fast   as they   had.   been des- '���������  troyed the most grave situation  she faces in regard to this  method of warfare is the actual  destruction of the morale of the  officers and crews of such vessels.  Liquor Act, 1010  NOT 1 CIS is hereby given that, on the  liistday 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 Gi;eat Nothern  hotel, situate in Hedley, in the province of British Columbia.  JOHN .1ACKS0N  Dated this 7th day of October. 101 o,  NOTICE  'Where Are  Your Interests  "if Are they in this com-7  ���������     muniry ?  ���������������������������*F Are   thev am ono- the  peoj)le .with whom  you  associate ?  *: Are they with the  neighbors' and friends  with whom you do busi-  business '?  If .-n,. you want to know what is happening in 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 our .subscription lists? if nut you owe it  to yourself to see that it is put  there.    To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1010.  NOTICE ishreby 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 lo sell liquor by retail in  the liotel known as the. Golden Gate  hotel, situate at Ifairview. in the  province of British Columbia.  J. .ML'NRO  Dated this7tii day of Oclobei. 1015.  NOTICE  Liquor Act. 101U.  NOTICE is hereby given thai, on the  first day of Decern ber next, a pplicaf ion  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 Bridesvillc hotel, situated at Bridesvillc, in. the province of British Columbia.  THOMAS DO?-rA LD.  Dated this 7th day of October, 1915.  UNDER   NEW   MANAGEMENT  Rooms   all Thoroughly  Renovated.  Cuisine under direct control of the  Manager, who has had twelve years'  experience in the Old Country.  None but the best brands of Liquors  and Cigars.  Your patronage respectfully solicited  GOOD    SAMPLE    ROOM  . BRYANT  -  Proprietor  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1010  NOTICE   is hereby given   that,   on  the first day of   December next, appli-  l *  cation will be made to the superintendent of the Provincial police.for renewal of the hotel licence to sell liquor  by retail in the hotel known as; Riverside hotel, situate at Riverside in the  province of British Columbia.  TOM-HANSEN  Dated this 7th day of October, 1015.  Hedley's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  BATHS  IN CONNECTION  R. MILLIARD''-,; Prop..  NOTICE  LAXT) ACT  (Form Xo. Ill  jl.MlLKAMKKX LAXD DISTUICT  UlSTIUCT Ol-- VAT.K  TAKK XOTICKthat Haliburton Tweddle.  of the town of Keromeos Centre, li: C occupation farmer. Intends to,apply for permission to  lease the following described lands near Ashnola Creek.  Commencing at a post planted about- three  miles South of the South-east angle of K. A.  IFargroavor's pre-emption. Record Xo. (i"lS,  thenee West eighty chains, thence .South  twenty, chains, thence Kast, eighty elm ins.  theiico Xorth twenty chains to the place of  commencement', containing one hundred and  sixty acres, more or less.���������Located August  17th. 1915. . .    " ���������  :  HALIHUUTOX TWKDDLK.  Applicant  Dated September Sth. lillfi . 35  NOTICE  ������     MINING NOTES     |  The Cranbrook Herald says: "Capt.  Rogers is making arrangements- to  start the hydraulic plant at the Perry  Creek gold fields. Operations will probably commence next week."  Yale Review:���������"There is being exhibited in many Hope business houses  several specimens of copper ore taken  Liquor Act, 1010  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of Deceiiiber- next, application will be made to the superintendent 61' Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel 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. KIR BY  Dated this 7th dav of October. 1015.  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 1010  NOTICE is hcrebygiven that on the  Liquor Act, 1010 7  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  tbe first'day of December next, application will be made to the superintendent, ol; the Provincial police for .renewal of the. hotel licence to sell liquor  by retail in the hotel known as Rock  Creek Hotel, situate at Rock Creek,  in the province, of British Columbia.  S. T. LARSEN  Dated this 7th   day of October, 101.5.  NOTICE  NOTICE  '���������LAX I') ACT  (Form Xo. 11)  SIMILKAMEEX LA XL) DISTRICT'  IIISTUICT Ol-' VjW.K  Liquor Act, 1010  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next application will lie made to this superintendent of Provincial police for renewal  of the hotel licence to sell liquor by  retail in the hotel known as the West-  bridge Hotel, situate at; Westbridge,  in the province of-British Columbia.  LOUS CLERY  Dated this 7lh dav  ol' October, 1.015.  TAKK XOTICK that Jliilibm-toii Tweddle,  of the town of Keremeos Centre, 11. C. oeciipa.-  tion farmer, intends to apply for peniiissiun to  lease lhe following described lands near Ashnola Creek:  Comiiiencing.it a past planted about two  miles South of the .South-east, angle of K. A.  Ifargr.-iAe's pre-emption, Itecord Xo. II71.S,  thence West forty chains, thenee South forty  chains, thence Kast forty chains, thence Xorth  forty chains to the place of commencement,  containing one hundred and sixty acres more  or less.���������Located August I7th. 1015.  HALLIRUIITOX TWKDDLK,  Applicant  Dated September 3th. 1SII5. :I5  NOTICE  Liquor Act, 11)10  XOTICK is hereby given that, on the lirst  day of December next, application will be  made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell  liquor by retail in tho hotel known as the  Alexandra Hotel, situate at Okaaagun Fulls, in  the Province of British Columbia.  AttXOTT & HIXK  Dated this 30th day of September, 1U15  READ==  Then Think!  Xow that you havo coirxmcn-  . cod to road this article, just  keep right on to the end, and  then you will have absorbed  meat of. the cocoanut.  "What has tllis town ever done  ..for you,; It lias fed you. and  clothed you, and housed you,  and given you employment  and kept the wolf from your  door for these many years.  ���������It has done more. It has furnished you recreation, and enjoyment, and has guided you  safely over many' of the  stones that beset the pathway  of life.  It lias praised your good  deeds and has thrown the  mantle of charity over your  questionable ones.  It has been, and is, YOUl-fc  HOME. But what have YOU  done for the TOWN'?  You are making you money  here but "where are you spending it?  Are your buying goods from  the local dealer, who pay*  and otherwise contributes liberally to tlie upkeep of tlie  community and your home,  or are you sending your money away to some catalogue  house that Avoiikln'fc lend you  a five cent piece to save your  soul from purgatory?  And now you have reach ed  the point where we want you  to stop and think, and think  hard, and to a sane, sensible  and patriotic purpose.  m  ���������a. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, OCT. 21. IH15  -SS3������tjtMW������M^<Jtjj4^II^MM������t������^������<l������������Vj������'j������Ult3������JC  1 lames Stewart!  General  Merchant  X  X  X  -*������  .S  X  A. J. Bates, of Vancouver, reprcs  eating Ames, Hidden, the big shoe  firm came up from Keremeos by auto  yesterday and is rounding up business  for the Spring trade.  % Groceries,  Fruits and g  ���������x Vegetables |  x Boots and Shoes af  *- x  -x Overalls |  %       and Underwear      ������f  af x  \  TOWN AND DISTRICT J  31.   Kerrigan,  of   Revelstoke,   is  in  town for a lev? days.  ��������� >   Mrs. Forbes   leaves" today to   enter  the hospital at Oroville.  E. S. Silcox, 11. B. Meausette, and  Tom Kellogg, who have been doing  survey work up Ashnola Creek, were  in town last week end. Incidentally  they ran the lines for Billy Waugh.  W. A. Moody, hardware man, C. S.  Cmddock, powder man, and J. S.  Matthews, ���������Imperial oil man, were  Vancouver druinmeis who hung, up  their hats in the Sirnilkineen fo.r a day  last week.  R. H. Weeks, of Penticton, came to  ���������town'by auto Saturday.  T. .Slattery. who dickers in the  staple product of the banana belt,  motored to town Friday. He was accompanied " by M. N. Kelley, wind-  jam ber for a, Vancouver "wholesale  house.  all the men available. This is a. great  boost to the out-of-works at this time  and the firm are to be commended for  pursuing lhe policy of utilising home  labor as much .-is possih-e.  ��������� IS. A. Williams, of Vancouver, salesman for Ingei'ftoll Rand machinery,  was interviewing Lne mill management  Tuc-day. He reports mining conditions looking up steadily.  Ladies lo Raise Fund  Continued from page one  FLOUR TALK^  'JTK the present incre.ised cost of living it is  i serious f|iie*ticm.    If you can get a  Wanted to rent, a house, apply to  W. Pughe, manager for llowse &   Co.  J. M. Harlow, of Vancouver, was  selling International Stock Food in  town last week.  Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Howse, of Prin-  -ceton, came in Sunday for a. short  visit, returning home in the afternoon.  A.,;!. Bates, the Ames Holden shoe  salesman, motored up from Keremeos  yesterday;,--going on to Princeton this  morning.  ' Tho Rev. Frank- Stanton will conduct services in the Methodist Church,  -Sunday evening, Oct. 21th at half past  -seven o'clock.  J. D. McCreath and G. Roberts, of  Greenwood arrived Saturday by auto  and left Sunday morning for Prince,  ton. The3r began the return trip Mon  day. E. CI erf was the chauffeur who  handled the wheel.  Lawrence Morrison, shift boss at the  mine had the misfortune to sprain his  ankle Friday morning, and is compelled to retire ternporiary form the activities of everyday life. J. P. Brown  is occupying his position in the mean:  time.  by Lucas, the lighter par excellence of  the enemy's combined fleets, Twice  the Redoubtable's boarders .were shaken off by Victory's men and a third  attempt was being made when the  British Temeraire coming up mowed  down in a broadside the most of the  Redoubtable's   crew   and   they   were  SUNDAY DINNER  ��������� at the ���������  Similkameen Hotel  \\i\v more Joaves each bake day. would you not be  prepared to ac least ivy the Hour which guarantees  this result?���������01 IE JiEST. So why not-order a sack  next time? and iL! you don't like it���������if it <loe-= hoc  suit you���������we-will cheerfully refund you the full  purchase price.  1  ��������� ���������  ���������  t    CREELlVIAIsT &  LYALL  ��������� "STORE,OF QUALITY"  ?  ADVERTISE  IN THE  GAZETTE  The golf tournament has narrowed  down to four players; Messrs. Hamilton and Murray and Sproule and Bar-  nes. Enthusiasts are eager to see the  finals and the deciding rounds will  probably be pulled off the end of the  week.  11. L. Gray, representing The B.  Hondo Co.. of Vancouver, wholesale  'tobaccos, was interviewing our local  'merchants Mondav.  Mrs. G. LJ. Jones returned Friday  from Victoria, when1 s-he went to accompany Avonia who is spending the  fall and winter there in the study nf  music.  Mrs. Arthur Clare will be at home  Monday afternoon from 3 to (J in honor of Rev. G. D. Griffiths. This will  be-fch<ilasfc_oppoj.\Lunity_,o������ Hedley people to say farewell to Rev. and Mrs.-  Griffiths, who leave next week foi  Michigan City, Idaho.  At 6 p.m.  Soup  Clear Consomme Soup, with eggs  Fish  Canned Sanatoe Herrings  Entrees  Boiled Bacon and Pickle Sauce  Cream Puffs  , Chicken Wing' a la Julienne  Roast  Lion of Beef, Horseradish    ,  Leg of Pork, -Apple Sauce  Haunch of Lamb, Caper Sauce  Vegetables  Mashed Potatoes  Baked Bayon Beans  Dessert   .  Apple Pie Peach Pie  Lemon Pie  Ginger Pudding,  Sherrv Wine Sauce  compelled to surrender. Out of Villen-  euve's 33 ships eighteen were captured,  but desultory fighting, both with the  enemy and the seas, continued for  several days, and finally only eleven  of the enemy's,ships really escaped.  Thus. Napoleon's dream of a French  invasion of England faded to be forever onlv a dream."  J. R. Brewn, Indian Agent, of Summer-land, motored to town Thursday,  he was accompanied by Lillian Brown,  0. Atkins, A. Morgan and Art Morgan and the party reported a very  pleasant trip amongst Autumnal tints  and the rustle of falling leaves.  J. BE ALE  PAINTING  ,  PAPER-HANGING  KflLSOMINING  TERMS MODERATE  DALY AVE.  tiEDLEY, B.C.  Tea  Green Apples  Coffee  Fresh Fruits  Cocoa  The enterprising management of the  local picture show has procured films  showing the old play "Damon and  Pythias." This film has been produced  at enormous cost and the management  is to be congratulated on procuring  such an up-to-date show.  The Give at Xoi thcrn railway ha.-- posted the announcement that- in future  the train will arrive from Princeton at  2.5iy as heretofore. In consequence we  have been requested to .-lunounci! that  the wickel at the Post Of rice will  ���������close at 1.1."i instead of 2.01) as heretofore.  1 II. A. Turner, of Penticton, guvet n-  ! iimnc fiiiiil iiiiin, is in town. We sur-  ' miso the visit this time is to look' over  ' the work that has been done on the  'addition to the school house. The  ��������� wfirkof excavation is nearly complete,  i Messrs. Boeing   and Brass  putting on  When Buying  Anything" at  The Store  SEE THAT IT IS  Made In Canada  Synopsis of Coal Mining.Regulations  COAL mining rights of the Dominion, it  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the NorUi-wosfc Territories and in a portion ot the Province of British Columbia, may lie leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an animal rental of $1 an  acre. Not more than l'.bUU acres wi be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the rights applied, for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  soetioris, and in imsurvoycd territory tlie tract  applied for shall be staked out y the applicant  himself.  Kaoh application must be accompanied by-  fee of So which will be refunded if tlie l-ights  applied for are not available, but not other  wise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchant  able output of the mine at the rate of live cents  per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  tho full quantity of merchantable mined  and nay the royalty thereon.   J coal min  ing rights are not being operated su     returns  should be furnished -it 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 ������10.00 an aero  For full in formation application should bo  made to the Secretary ot the Denartment of  the Interior. Ottawa, or o any Agent or Sub-  Agent of nonunion Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.H.-Unauthorized publication of thisadvc  tisement will not be paid for. !l Km  Tlie Nickel Plate  . BarDe^Sliop  SATISFACTORY, SANITARY  T0N50RIAL SERVICE.  This shop it equipped with  Halhs and all the latest  Ulccl rical   Appliances.  W.T.BUTLER, - Prop.  KBREME0S-PENT1CTON  ItOMMAIL STAGE  St, 1915  Hedley Ladies Sewing Circle will serve  i  ,$3.00   and  ,.$400   Men's        Watson's   -$.'3.00   TJndei  Auto Leaves  on  arrival  of 9.30  and 4. o clock trains.  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO    STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  ST. JOHN'S CHURCH  ���������ANGLICAN'���������  Services 2nd (Morning) and 1th (Evening) Sundays in the month  Additional Services as per announcements.  G. D. GRIFFITHS, B. A., Vicar  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Services   every  alternate Sunday  at  1.30 p.m.  Pastor, R. G. STEWART  Soft Felt  Hats   wear, Saturday Special.  $1.00 Negligee Shirts, all  .sixes and colors,  vox. $1 to i>.'2~)..  Watson's  #4.50     Heavy  Underwear, while they  last, per  suit   3.00  Miners'Boots   i  V  Miner's 7.50 Boots $5.95   |  -    r.oo    -     5.85 I  ������������������      0.50      -        5.40  "     f>.00     "       2.85  In Amherst, Leckie  and  Ames Holden makes       *  From 3 to 6 in the Opera House, a Collection  will be taken  They will also give a  HI.     Ci.  Men's ��������� Furnisher  Hedley, 6. G.  venmg  Gentlemen $1.00, Ladies Bring"  Refreshments  i*  Good Music Speeches  Proceeds will be Devoted to the Red  Cross Trafalgar Day Fund  GOD SAVE THE KING  6H06Diate  mmwwHtKmmmmmwmmbiaasB  Royal Victorias  Nijal,Fauerson  ���������and some splendid  6fioGolates in bulk.  fledleu Drua& Book Store'  Hedley.B.C.  Travel by Autocall up Phone No. 12  "f A good stock of Horses and Rigs oa  Hand.    *$ Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  WOOD    FOR   SALE!  PflLfl6E  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables    HKDLKY   B. C.  Phono 12. D. J.  INNIS Proprietor  Hedley  Gazette  $2 per annum THE  HEDLEY GAZETTE, OCT. 21.    1915  if*   ���������*"������  C  "The Big Store"  meeting decided   to  General  Merchants  KEREMEOS, B. C.  send one  hundred dollars to tlie P>. C.  base hospital for comforts for  Llii' soldiers. Mrs. Stanton gave  a splendid report of the convention held at Salmon Ann. Jt  was decided to hold the bazaar  (in the second Friday in -November.  Some excitement was created  in town Tuesday when F>.  Y'ader's gasoline car, while  undergoing repairs, caught on  fire. Fortunately the lire chief  was quickly on hand nnd soon  had the (ire und control.  I       THE   FORUM       $  a ,   m  ni      A Column For All the People      /|i  >K Ji  ^=3:33 333 33,3 3333333 333 333 &  The Oazetto will lie pleii.-eil to publish loiters-  from it.-- l-oailoi-s ������n all <|iie.-.fions of- public in-  tri-e.-t, provided tho writer fdves full niuiio  iiml tulilress. 'J'ho letter may lie publi.-lied  under a nom du plume if so desired. In no  case will the editor be responsible for the  opinions expressed and does not neees.siirily  endorse tlii'in.  KEREMEOS  A long- letter From   the   boys  at the front reports all well.  I-?. J. McCurdy -was  a   visitor  to Penticton over the "week end.  Miss Bessie Puchter left on  Saturday for a trip to Spokane.  Mr. .Hoe, of the Penticton  Herald was in town Tuesday on  u .business trip.  '' Miss Mary Burned was a passenger to Oroville on Saturday's  train to consult a dentist.  Tlie Boy Scouts will parade to  English church on Sunday,  October JJlst. Further notice  will be given.      -   ,.'  George; Price returned home  Saturday from Oroville. Avhere  he lias been under the doctor's  care for a week.  Divine Service will lie conducted in  the church   on  Sunday, Oct. 21th.  .Morning service 11 a.in. Subject: No  more sea, tin- home of mysU'iy to pass  away. Kvening Service 7..'i() p. in.  Subject: Achans choice. A hearty  invitation is extended lo all. Preacher  R, G. Stewart.  (Received too late for last issue)  Mrs. .Jas. innis is   visiting   at  E. M.   Crocker's.   Siiniikameen.  Mr. Knowling returned to his  home at Vancouver on Tuesday.  Mi-. Ewart, formerly constable  here, was in Keremeos on the  12th.  W. Lowe and "Ii. Kruger of  Fairview were in Keremeos the  fore part of tlie week-.  Mrs. J. P. Thomas and .Buster  went for a, short visit with her  brother's family at Chopaka.  Tuesday morning, \[r. Gibson  left for Vancover;' from there  he will go to the Prairie on busi-  Mr. Geo. Tickell, with his two  children, visited Oroville over  the week end, where his wife is  a patient in the hospital.  Miss M. Armstrong entertained a few of her young friends  at a musical evening Friday.  All report a very pleasant time.  Tlie Hobo Mine is certainly  turning out some fine looking  ore. If it continues the Nickel  Plate will soon have a rival in  the Similkameen.  F. B. Gibson, our genial Post  Master, left on Tuesday's train  on a trip to the coast and prairie cities. He expects to be absentabout a month.  Ah Austrian named Joe Chop  ,    ,������, r .- ��������� -    - . ���������  waslnp before Judge Coleman  on Saturday last for using abusive language on tlie street. He  was "fined ten dollars.  , The "Womens Institute is  .'.sending a shipment of jam, to  ��������� the soldiers this week and are  expecting to send a carload of  apples as soon as they hoar  from Montreal what rates the  railroad will give.  II. II. Carmichael who has  been visiting the pi-airie and  coast cities returned last week  and reports times very dull at  the coast. Bobby is sure looking fine and states he had a fine  trip through the Prairie.  The Womens Institute held  their monthly meeting at the  home of Mrs. B. C. Clarke.  Much business was transacted.  Of the money which was taken  in   at   the   Flower   Show,    the  ness.  Last Tuesday Messrs. Oag and  Edwards returned from Vernon  whore they went to spend  Thanksgiving.  We understand the bridge  near Mr. Le Leyre's has been  burned, and the auto now goes  by White Lake to Penticton.  Messrs. Meausette and Silcox of  Princeton, who have been surveying at Ashnola, came to  Keremeos on Tuesday's train.   ���������  Mrs. Geo. Tickell went to Oroville last Thursday'for mi operation for appendicitis, which  was performed on the 10th. Mr.  Tickell and little son went down  on Saturday.  Mr. Forbes of Hedley came  from Penticton last Monday by  the usual route, and therefore  walked from the Le Levre Bridge to the Central Hotel, where  he   remained  over night.  The Thanksgiving Dinner at  Fairview will long be remembered by thb large crowd present. Fainv/ew always shows  the people an all round good  time at any of its gatherings.  The death of Mr. Knight occurred at the home of Mr. Wallace last Friday. Mi-. Wallace  went ji way from home on business, and told the chinaman /to  look after Mr. Knight who has  been in poor health for' some  time, but appeared no /.-worse  until night, when he became  very ill, and lived but a short  time. He came here from  Princeton.  "Rough on Rats" clears out Bats,  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House. Inc.  and 2.")C. at Drug and Country  Stores.  Victoria, B. C, Oct. 1-1. lOlo  Kditor, Hedley Gazette,  Hedley, J J. C."  Dear Sir:  Will you kindly allow me a iinal  word in leply to the epistle of a local  clergyman in your issue of Oct. 7.  Christian   Scientists    do   not   preach  against other denominations, nor do  they invade . tlie . press with  condemnation of other people's reli  gious views, and they ask the same  Christian courtesy in return. But  when this is not accorded, it is i-eason-  ahle to insist upon the fact that a  Christian Scientist knows what he believes, or what Christian Science  teaches, vastly hotter than'does his  opponent.  I have no wish to recall our friend  from his retirement. Next to an  apology, to retire from discussion is  probably the most graceful thing he  could do. After reading his latest  eil'usion of cheap ridicule, and baseless  diatribe, om: must heartily agree with  him that it is a waste of ink and paper.  1 would like to touch again upon the  central point raised in the recent correspondence, the point which gathers  all that is of vital interest to humanity, and that is the infinity or allness  of God. and its correlative, the unreality of evil. These arc but two sides  ��������� if the same truth, and since our critic  could not deny one without the other,  he rashly denies them both.  The problem of evil, the truth about  it and how to destroy it, is the problem of mortals' salvation; but our  friend denies there is any problem of  human salvation, and gently (?) chides  me for using the term. It is.true that  Jesus solved this problem for himself,  and for all who will work it out according to his teaching and example;  bin until this is clone, until the individual works out his own spiritual  at-one-ment with God, his salvation  remains an unsolved problem so far as  he is concerned. Else why does our  critic labor from Sunday to Sunday  for the salvation  of his Hock?  The method by which he arrives at  the conclusion that because Christian  Science teaches that evil, in the abso  lute sense, is   unreal, since it is not of  God, it is   therefore no sin  to commit  murder, is a fearful and wonderful'innovation in logic.   Every mathematician'' knows   there   are   no errors   in  mathematics, but that does not mean  that one   can use   any but   the  right  figures and not make a mistake.    Errors occur in one's  ignorance of mathematics, or in his   neglect to use what  he knows  of it, but   these  errors are  not true, and never had any real existence.   Likewise,   there is   no evil  in  the truth about God, nor in the truth  about  man,   His image and  likeness.  One who commits evil thereby departs  (from the truth about God, even as one  who says   one and one   are three,  departs from   the truth about  numbers;  and there we have  the whole question  in a nutshell.  St. John declared of Jesus that he  came to "destroy the works of the  devil", and our friend will doubtless  admit that Jesus finished his work.  The Master exposed the absolutely  unreal nature of evil in his definition  of the devil as a. "liar", as having no  place   "in the truth,    because theie is  no truth in him", He certainly did  destroy the false claim of evil to be  something or someone, by showing it  to be but a lie. It is significant that  our critic is silent about this quotation  from our Master's teaching, to which  I referred in a former letter. Let me  repeat: When Christian Science, declares of that erroneous sense called  the devil or evil, that "there is no  truth in him", it should be remembered that the Master first said it.  This clergyman's denial that God is  all-in-all, in the face of Scriptural  teaching, is an astonishing position for  a minister of .the Gospel. What message has he, then, for his church,���������that  there is something besides God? According to mythology, this is what  the devils teach. Satan would surely  go out of business, that is, even the  belief in evil would, cease to exist, if  mankind universally accepted the allness of God, and practised it.  Christianity has no other foundation  than the omnipotence and omnipresence, of God. This is what Jesus came  to teach and to demonstrate. Take  this truth away, arid Christianity  would. be a farce and a failure, a mere  mockery of human hopes- The doctrine that evil is a, reality, and that  God is nob all-power, would be as helpless as the multiplication table to  save a mortal from his sins, because  his sins are the direct result of the belief that there IS power and reality  and intelligence, beside or apart from  God. There is absolutely nothing  more to evil than that.  This    clergyman's    reasoning,    or  might I say unreasoning, reminds me-  of a one-time   critic ot Christian   Science who at first stoutly maintained a  belief in the   infinity of God, but who-  when    questioned   "further     blandly  modified it   by asserting   that God is,  wherever the   devil is not.   This may  express   the    present   critic's   views,  since   he   apparently   recognizes   the1"  impossibility of having an infinite God  and a real devil at the same time. Bub  what a doctrine to preach to suffering- '  humanity.���������a God  whose sovereignty  is opposed at every turn by the power  of a rival, whose presence is restricted  at every hand by a hostile presence, a  God who, instead  of maintaining His  own .supremacy,  permits  this adversary to exist, and to afflict and oppress  His   children.   .May   I   quote   briefly  from Science   and Health,   page   110:.  ���������'The Christian God   is universal, eternal, divine   love, which   changeth not  and   causeth     no    evil,   disease    nor  death."  Our friend conceives of himself as  one "set for the defense of the gospel",,  and "to declare the whole council of  God", whatever he understands by  that; but his "defense" consists  mainly in abusing those who diifer  from him, and his sense of "the whole  council of God" seems to be that it is a  sin to condem evil as a lie.  His own statement declares him to  be at variance with Jesus' definition of  evil as untrue, and with the. Scriptural  teaching that "there is none beside  Him," God. What need is therefor  further comment?  Samujei. Greenwood  Send in your personal items to the  Society Kditor and help to make the  local paper interesting.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, 'Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing lano, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB DEPARTMENT  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF-  Letterl leads  Billheads  Envelopes  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  Dodgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  ���������Bills of Fare  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  m  1  111  if  m  1  if  TRY US ��������� WE GIVE SATISFACTION


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