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Array m  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume ���������-. VII.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY,  MAI* 2?>. 1911,  Number 20.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years'practice in Vancouver.]  ..-':.   S. O. L. Co.'s BLOCK  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  THE WEEK'S GOLF  -                                 ' .      -          ������������������'.'-.  w.  H. T.  GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Murk:  PENTICTON,  Block  B. C.  .���������'������������������.                   /   ���������-   '                                                ��������� ''  K. C. BROWN  BARRISTP'R and SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC, Etc.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  Jfl&GLflRKE  ��������� - -*     -...���������  Watchmaker  / "'--;. ..'-,���������'.- ..'     HIE-DLEY, B.C  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  The hour for holding the foursomes  on Saturday afternoon appears to be a.  bit early for some and as a result the  sets do not fill as Avell as theyformerly  did. On Saturday last there was only  enough for one set and the balance  who were on hand at the. drawing.and  Avho came along later made the round  in groupsof threes.' In the set Avhieh  filled, Hineks and Aiiss Jackson played-  Whiteman, and Airs. Jones and the  former couple won the round; score 55  -to.6*5 and. Avith handicaps deducted op  to;62."    ,..���������'���������.. :,..;...  :���������  The club handicaps have been revised and Avith perhaps one or tAA-oex^-  ceptions Avhere individual preferences  have governed to some extent, are  about as fair now as could well be desired arid will be found sufficiently  close to  make evei-v" contest interest-  BIG 101 ORE FIND  Five.Large Dykes of Hematite  Located  on Alexis or Old  Tom Creek below Aslinola Station  FIGURING OUT THE BIDS  Canadian   Northern   Tenders    Sent  Head Office Before Contracts Let  to  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Baknes, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  ConA-eyancer, Real Estate. Mines,  Crown   Grants   Applied   For-  Under Land Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for: - -  -   Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  ing.-. .-.     ' ' '-���������"  A handicap competition is now on  in'which 16 members of the club have  entered and it will take about a Aveek  to play off all the matches.  During the week .-.the secretary re-  ceived notice from the Oak Bay club  in Victoria extending an invitation to  members here to enter- in the contest  for the Bostock cud which is a competition open to the members of any  golf club in B. O.  IRON EXPERT MKES EXAMIATATIOK  May Mean Smelter and Rolling Mills For  This End of the Valley-���������Deposit  Was Known Ten Years Ago. ������  Plants  ... and . .  Vegetable Plants  Now Ready  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.O.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  Louis C. Rolls & Go. and  Shatfords, Ltd., the two leading merchants of Hediey will  be pleased to take yoiir order.  Ask for Our Price List.  FRACHE   BROS.  FLORISTS, Columbia, B.C.  ...PAINTING...  and PAPAR-HANGING  brand Union  Hotel _______  HEDLEY, B. C.  first Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  The Undersigned is prepared to  do work.in  HOUSE, SIGN and  any OTHER WORK  in the painting line.  Orders  may  be  sent to Box  472, Hediey, B. C.  R. T.BARCLAY.  ���������Stock: s  mines  [Herbert B. Brown  Broker  .ATliMHER   A'ANC'Ol'VKli  MLVIXft EXCHANOI-:  \\'.i Pender St. YV. Vancouver.  Write me about your claims  A. F. & A. M.  HKOUIjAU monthly meetings of  Hediey Lodge No. V.i, A. V. & A. M.,  ��������� are hold on the second   Friday in  lieh month in l-'riitoi-nity hall. Hediey. Visiting'  i-othron arc cordially invited to attend.  K. FRASER,  AV. M  J. A. SCHUBERT,  Secretary  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hediey, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  l. o. L.  Uctrulai- monthly meetings of  [iedloy Lodge 1714 arc held on  the    third    "Monday    in     every  [*Sa������l^_S&������*lnontl1'" Fraternity Hall.   Visit'  pg brethern are cordially invited ro attend.  JOHN JAMircSON'. W. M.  "VM. LONSDALK, .Soi-'t.  A. C. STL'on  IIAKOI.l.)  MAVNK  l)ALV  iTUDD & DALY,  "Mciuhors Vancouver Stock Exchange  jjeal Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Alortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street AV  Opposite New Post Olliee  1'. 0. BOX !J0(i  rancouver, - B. C.  $10.00  REWARD  For evidence  that   will   convict any  par-tie--  of  trespass  or removing  property from the Bull Dog Mines'.   M,('. |  Kent is the only party Avitli privilege  of occ:iipa,tioii.  H. B. BnaiVN  Last Aveek an iron expert named  Snibot made a visit to a neAV group of  claims on Alexis or Old Tom Creek  which'������������������' empties into the Similkameen  River about a mile below-,. Cold water.,  Creek near Aslinola station Avhieh  lies about half way betAveen Hediey  and Keremeos.  The locations Avere made by Messrs.  Todd and Better-ton and -Mike-'Cos--  tello on a discovery made by Costello  about ten years ago, but all Mike saw  of it then Avas the capping and since  then they have broken through the  capping and coine into a fine body of  hematite.  The neAv locations consist of eleven  claims 'known as the Waterside group,  numbering from near the mouth of  the Creek as Waterside No. 1, 2, 3, 4,  5 and 6 and Hillside No. 1, 2, 3, 4 and  5. ������������������������������������ .'���������; ������������������; -. -���������    '-���������-���������''���������  Ten years ago Mike shoAved samples  of the capping to M. K. Rodgers who  bad a test made of it and is said to  have obtained 45% iron, but the 'rail-.  Avay was then a thing scarcely thought  of, let alone being -'within any measurable ilistauce of completion, arid there  Avas no encouragement to take hold of  propositions of that kind. In all probability Mi-. Rodgers has forgotten all  about it since then and as the result of  the little lapse in memory may have  let a good thing slip through his fingers.  From reports to hand there appears  to be no limit to the extent of the find  as no less than five dykes have been  discovered of which the smallest is 90  feet wide and the Avidest 220 feetvAvhile  it is claimed by the locators that they  can trace them for a distance of three  miles,  The sample or ore from one of, the  dikes certainly has the earmarks of  genuine hematite and the only-evidence of the presence of troublesome  compounds is a little splashiug of lrris-  pickel noticeable here and there on  the sample. Arsenic, however, is not  the bugbear in metallurgical processes  that it once was and the amount of  sulphur Avhieh the little bit of inis-  pickel obser-A-able in the specimen  Avould introduce into the product is  nob likely to make it "hot-short."  Smoot the expert avIio marie the examination is said to have been rather  astonished at what-he saAv and cannot  nriderstanil how it has lain to long  when the existence of the deposit Avas  knoAvn so long ago.  Tavo other experts from NeAV York  are expected shortly to make a more  thorough and extended examination  and meanwhile a couple of men are  now at Avork doing a little stripping  and getting trails in shape.  If the data furnished as above can  be substantiated in all particulars the  one remaining requisite to make it the  biggest kind of a go will he the quality of the ore. Should a thorough  analysis of this show the necessary  percentage of iron, and there be no  serious refractory associations, nothing can very Avell prevent it being a  winner: if not. "imil" set!."  Avery large number of tenders for  the Canadian Northern construction  work between Hope and .Kamloops  Avas received at the executive office of  the company in this city. Several belated bids from out of town came in  by mail on Saturday and several others  are understood to be on the Avti-y. For  this reason T. G. Holt executive agent  declined to give out any statement respecting the bkls until all had been  received.  There will be a good deal of clerical  work involved ..in the tabulation of the  various bids, as various schedules --will  have to be extended. It is understood  that the fignres, and probably the tenders, too. will-'be forwarded to the  head office of the company, as no official information of the intention of  Sir Donald Mann, vice-president, to  visit the coast at an early date has  been received. Sir Win. Mackenzie,  the president, is in England.  MAP TELLS THE STORY  HE HAD TO CHOOSE  Sir Wilfrid's Petulance in Reference to  Attendance at the Coronation Forced to a Showdown  .'.. The. vast supplementary estimates  recently -brought 'down  indicate  be-'  yond peradventure that the government is getting ready for ah election;  The fact is staring  thern  in the face  that they cannot force through reciprocity without first obtaining a mandate from  the people.   Even Sir Wilfrids Laurier's threat to absent him  self from the Imperial Conference anil  the Coronation did not   stampede the  Opposition. Through Mr. Borden they  suggested    three   courses    Avhieh   he  might take, any one of which might  enable him  to perform his plain duty  to  the Empire.    He affected at the  time  to make light of these suggestions, and more than intimated  that  he would follow his'own course Avithout any regard  to the Avishes of the  Canadian people.    Indeed he went so  far- as to say that he considered the  Reciprocity agreement as of more importance than the great problems to  be considered by the  Imperial Conference.  He retained his top-loftical position tor a few days and then suddenly  Avilted.   Even- his.own supporters refused to stand by him  in his petulent  demeanor.     Without any attempt at  explanation  he came doAA-n from his  perch   more quickly  than  he had   ascended to it and started for England at  the time arranged.    Whether- he had  ahvays  intended  to do  this and was  merely making a cheap bluff Avhen he  talked to the contrary  or whether he  became frightened at public opinion is  not material.   The fact   remains that  he Avas forced to go to the Conference,  and that he Avas  only too glad   to accept one of the propositions tendered  to him bv Mr. Borden.  The Absolute  Certainty of Ill-Effect of  Reciprocity on Interprovincial  and British Trade  Tlie following paragraph from the  Canadian National League's first pamphlet furnishes, food for thought:  It is idle to say that reeiprocial north  and south, trade w/11 not lessen our  interprovincial trade, .and-our trade  with Great Britain. Those who support this agreement do not pretend  that the north and south trade will ,  not increase. Of course it will increase, and '-will, to a large extent,  take' the place of the other. Look at  a map of Canada arid see Avhat .reciprocity would mean.'.' Our country  Avould,be tapped all along the southern  boundary. British Columbia would  trade With Washington, Oregon and  California; Al berta and SaskatcheAVan  Avith Montana,; the Dakotas and states  to the south; Manitoba Avith North  Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin  and adjoining states; Ontario with  Michigan, Ohio. Pennsylvania and  New York; Quebec and the Maritime  Province with NeAv York and'the  New England States.  Again Ave ask: '-Why take the risk.  THE COKE SITUATION  With the supply now on hand, and!  the 8,000 tons that are iii transit froim  the east, the Greenwood Smelter will  have enough of coke to run all its  furnaces until August. After that,,  if necessary, the B- C. Copper Co. will!  get more eastern coke, as the company  has no intention of closing clown, even.  if its freight bill on coke is more than  $2,000 a day. The Trail smelter is*  bringing 7,000 tons of coke from the  east, and, as that smelter only uses ISO-  tons a, day, that amount will last40  davs.  SIMPLE, IF TRUE  This may be of service to readers  who have small gardens. In April or  early in May plant forty potatoes; iir  twenty put a bean in a each, and in  the other twenty a pea. You Avill  have a good crop of peas and beans,  and the potatoes will be free from  disease, with an average of thirty  tubers.  CHILDHOOD'S OPPORTUNITY  'HE MAY ROD AND GUN  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 14th of each month.  Oilice  011  Nortli   Main   Street.  FRANCE JOINS IN  Another Important Advance Towards Securing World's Peace  Burne, Temple & Tunbridge  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  When   writing   Adversers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  Washington, .May 10.--The principle  ol'arbitration of practicallyall disputes  between nations, including questions  of vital interest and national honor,  assumed vitality when Secretary  Knox submitted to the British and  French ambassadors at Washinglon  the lira It of a convention to .serve as a  basis oi: negotiations.  The fact that this movement would  be inaugurated with France as well as  with Great Britain came as a surprise,  as it avus generally understood that  only the I'm ted States and Gu-at Britain, were concerned.  "Iii  the  land of  the  Moose  Bird,"  the story of a  trip   eleven   hundred  miles   by canoe and portage from the  north shore of  Lake Superior to Hudson's Bay, via the Albany river, forms  the attractive feature of the .May issue  of Hod and Gun   in Canada, published  by W. .1. Taylor, Limited. Woodstock.  Ontario.   The  narrator  is  Mr. AY. J.  Malone, one of the many visitors from  the   States who  finds in   the wilds   of  Canada   advantages,    from   a   holiday  point of view,   impossible   to obtain  elseAvhere.   M. Malone's writing is full  of life  and vigor and his   narration is  brightened by accounts of incidents by  no  means  usual  e\*cn   in exploration  trips   taken  so far afield.    The route  taken   awis one  few white   men. apart  from   Hudson's Bay  employees, have  followed and the story  is the more in  foresting on that-account.    With such  a good apening the   reader is led on to  the other articles  and  stories  and in  particular should attention   be directed lo   the papers on Big  Game Problems    and    the    Destructiveness    of  Wolves.     Accounts of  western hunts  are    also   good   and   should   interest  hunters   in  eastern   and  central Canada.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THK GAZKTTE  No greater encouragement to thrift  has ever  been presented by any o6un*  try  than   is offered   to the people  of  Canada  under  the provisions of the  Canadian GoA-ernment Annuities Act.  Avhieh   Avas   unanimously   passed   by  both  Houses of   Parliament in  1908.  W*hile any  resident  of Canada may  purchase, the Act avus devised ehiefly  to    enable   Avage-earners   and   others  with  limited   incomes to  make   absolutely safe provision   for  the  closing  years of life in   a Avay  that  Avould be  impossible  to  make under any other  conditions aA'ailable.    For' example, a  mechanic,   whose weekly   wage is but  a little  larger than his  Aveekly expenditure,   is,   by  paying  $1.00   a  Aveek.  purchasing Annuities for his tAvo boys  aged five  and seven, the  Annuities to  become payable at 00. From that time  as long as they live a yearly income of  $">17.7(S and  $407.7S  respectively   will  he paid them by   the Government.    If  they die before they are (iO, the nioney  pa-id in will be   refunded to their heirs  together    with   three   per   cent   coin-  pound interest.      So that for a. tatal of  $2,808 lo be paid in an income combined of $1,040.5-1, or greater than the in-  incoine to   be derived from   an investment of $20,000 at five per cent, would  be   received.    The  one   thing   is feasible  for a man   even   with  a  limited  Avage, while   the other would  be quite  impossible for him.  Taking advantage  of the low rate   to be obtained   when  the children are young is what parents  should   aim   at ��������� the   children   would  carry the payments themselves as soon  as they are able.  The property and effects of A. J.  Saunders, one time barber at Keremeos are being seized by the siieriff  on an order from Judge Brown under  a, suit brought by Wilson Bros. Pasteboard proclivities played a prominent  part in the financial undoing of Mr  Tonsorial Saunders. $  ��������� \  THE HEDLEY. GAZETTE, MAY' 25,: 1911.  \vj"yii.' & "<���������'.��������� -.'  ;tv."  Advertiser.  -iic.-t on Tir.ir-da.vs. l>y llu- I!-i-m.kv (HziTri: , "  i';-:i.���������.'!���������'::(; .\m> ���������i'Ci.i.'-.n;.'.>;,''"MI'any.  ! i.v.i ]':-.'>.  :ll  lii.Mlii-V  ���������I'l  i. <-.  Su'-'seriplions in Atlvaiicy  ���������S'J.iK.  ���������".."in  "   ( failed S^-ili-sl   Advaftieing Kates  :.lt!:isnretiu:!il. 1-lines'l" !-h<-inch,.  I.ami NuticirH���������I'l.-rt illealesof.i'iini-ovenientl i-te.  :;7.00 for (ill-day notices, and "fi'i.ltil for illl-day  notices.  Contract A'ivertIseniKtits Cine Ineh per month  SI.;:.*>; over 1 inch and up t<> -I inches. SJ.UO  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  tni-iu" larger space limn four inches, on  application, rates will he tfivcji of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  . inch, 81.0(1 for one insertion. 'At cents for  each subsequent insertion. Over one inch.  II) cents per line for lirst insertion and ������������������>  cents per line for each subseriueiit insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Changes for contract advertisements should  _> in the olliee by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftener than once a. month  he  price of composition will be charged at  regular rates.-  A. MEQRAAV. Managing Editor.  i.liiuiof  a class 'which   we all   know as  |iifi|'essioiiaI .politicians,    for   the   sc.s-  r-iuiia!   indemnity,- has  attracted  a lot  ch'-eky    blatherskites    who    have  f-listed- themselves  on the   public anil  'are  shown   to   lie   a   standing   piihlic  nuisance   at   every   session   of  Parlia-  nii lit   when-   they  ace seen   to be not  only   uuiMiiires   but a distinct  loss Io  tin-    C'Uinlry    in    the     valuable    lime  which thev waste.     In ISngland where! /$������  ' tv'*il  the best 'men of llu- land have served  the people in both houses of p'arlin-  for centuries without remuneration;  the present seems rather an inopportune time lo bring forward the proposal, but men of t he chancellor's type  become bold from long impunity.  be-  Full Moon  ...    13  Lastqnar.  1911  MAY  New Moon  ���������AS  First qiiar.  1911  Sun. Won. Tiies. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sati  i  14  21  2S  1  S  15  22  29  2  9  1(5  23  40  ���������->  10  17  24  4  5  (5  11  1--  m  IS  19  20  25  20  27  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  One of the most convincing docu-  --merits on the reciprocity movement  froiii a Canadian standpoint is the  first of a series of pamphlets to be issued by the Canadian National  League. This is a. non-pai tisan organ  izatiun made up for the most part, of  leading Liberals in the city of Toronto who although opposed-to ieci-  proeity an not prepared to transfer  their allegiance to any oilier political  pai t v on any question except the one  vitaliissui- of niaiiitaiuing Canada's fiscal independence and her integrity as  the most important of Britain's dominions beyond the seas. The ends for  which the league has been funned are.  announced to be those of Canadian  Nationality, British Connection and  Fiscal Independence. The-foreword  of this Hist pamphlet of the series  which they purpose issuing is a manifesto and appeal to the Canadian  people by Z. A. Lash who has always  been regarded as a bulwark of Liberalism in Toronto, the queen city of  Ontario. The thoroughness with  which the subject is treated in the  pamphlet makes it a most valuable  document for all students of Canadian  affairs to have, and if the remaining  pamphlets to appear later on can  maintain the standard of excellence  represented in this first number, the  complete series will take rank as a  contribution of no mean order to the  commercial history of the country.  By all means get the pamphlets and  read them carefully if you want to  obtain a, clear, intelligent and truthful  knowledge of this most important  question.  The    spoliation     intent    of   Lloyd-  George is seen in his latest proposal to  pay all members of   the British House  of    Commons  a sessional   indemnity  amounting   to  $2000   per   session  for  each mem her.     This move on his part  is about  what the  electors  might expectant! shows that his so-called efforts  in behalf of the masses have, been very  much of the grandstand order and far  from exhibiting that disinterestedness  which   is supposed   to actuate simon-  pure patriots.    While the sessional indemnity  is advisable and onlv right  and fair in the  case of a country like  Canada or the United Statesand cuts  no figure  Avith our  beat public men,  there  is  nevertheless no denying the  fact that it is responsible for the crea-  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the Aveek  ending May 20.   1911 :  ' AT THK  M!XE,  Maximum  May 14 .          83  .    .15 ������������������         30  10 ',...         30  1.7 ..    ���������     34  18 ..-        33  19 :. 37  20 ...;.        33       ..  AA-erage maximum temperature 33.71  Average, minimum do        22.  Mean temperature 27.85  Rainfall for the Aveek   0;00 inches.  Snowfall        "       "       48.0  COUKKSl'OXDING WEKIv OK LAST VEAK  Highest maximum temperature 02.  Minimum  23  22  20  20  23  20  20  Average maximum  Lowest minimum  .Average, minimum  Mean  do  do  do  do  AT THE  MILL,.  Maximum-''  75  55  59.  5S  off  00  71  49.42  20.  20.2S  37.S5  Minimum  49  40  39  42  34  37  41  Mav 14  15  10  17  ,    IS  19  20  Average maximum .temperature. 03.2S  Average minimum     ���������"   do 40.28'  Mean do 51.7S  Rainfall for the week 0.45 inches  Snowfall        **       ������������������'.'     0. "  COUKESl-O.VDIXG WKEIC Or-' LAST v'KAK ,  Highest -maximum temperature S3  AA-\-rage do do      ���������'  70.S5  Lowest minimum do 39  Average do do 42.42  Mean do 50.03  you .WORK,  M/IKE YOUR MONEY  WORK TOO.  WITMUSTHeyWIUrBIHn  4%fttTEHe3TWHICIf  WECREWTMORTHCV I  /l������PM0nE>ISRETURri-  rlBLE ON DEMAflP  /IS QUICKLY AS THEM/MLS  GdN G/fRRV JT.  PEOPLE JUST /ISC/IREPllL  mV CdVTIOVd AS  -WU &W-BE-,  ViREWEIi- PLEfl5������R.  mOTmmmmr  bff  W������THTHEVl������y|PIVr1H0l  OUR BUSINESS IS  TRilWS/ICTEP-/? BUSINESS  MflfWfrfiD'ByRgOPLEOP  yOUR-iNHMe^JWR&SS  WIlAWMPTl-y BR?������0U    M  WRITE'KIM I  .s\mw.wux&\&ffly,..'M  ..FiW-1WfiMLBU5l������ESS.'JK,1^  mmQimR"r\%mmr IK  .REteiTS;T0'Ca_W.ET,      -V  ���������/IGR'_EriEI?IT5.P0R:5r1LB"-    #  ���������M0RTfifl6E5.T0:E0������r1H:fiR.' ,t  virsy-coii-EGX.     ...... :,,\i&  PiRE-insUfliinGB'TOmfiB-  f  OTH ERS m m frBE-'SURB   S.  T0:PL'Cr?5S JQU *     f;  Just Look at This  No wonder the Mutual Life of  Canada is a favorite Avith the  man who is looking for the best  thing in Life Insurance.  'FORTY-OffE YEARS' .RFXORD  Sho\A's that the ix.teuest r-eceiv-  sd on its investments has exceeded the death claims bv $1,  7S0.804.01.  Policyholders Get Everything  Because there are no Stockholders to absorb any of the  profits.  William J. Twiss  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. riEGRAAV, Local Agent.  i  v  fJHiH��������� <  %���������  feife Steel  r^amommr S.fi.^1(  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  niSTUICT OK VAI.12  TAKE Xoticcthat I, Charles Nelson, of Ster-  A. lin^ Creek, occupation, rancher, in tends  to h.pply for permission to purchase the following described hinds:  Commencing at a post planted about a mile  west of Charles Nelson's preemption on Sterling Crook, thence east 2(1 -chains, thence south  20 chains, thence west '20 chains, thence north  20chains to point of commencement and containing forty acres, more or less.  CHARLES NELSON  March Sth. 15)11 11-10  LAND NOTICE  j SIM ILKAM KEN LA Nil DISTRICT  j Distkict oi-- Yalk  1 ~  [ "PAKE notice that AV. li. Haynes, of Fail-view  ���������*���������    JJ, C. occupation rancher, intends to apply  for pot-mission to lease the following described  land.  Commencing at a post, planted at the northwest corner of Lot .'1108, thence north II) chains:  thence west 'JO chains: thence south -10 chains:  thence east 20 chains to the point of commencement and containing 80 acres, more or less.  AV. li. HAYNES  March 3rd, 11 Ul-lll  NOTICE  Z^JaIVE^SIDLAVE.  niaf^ejfa/flonaf, 5Zi'i\c-  \Cutf & tPriqfinfrPfalgf  ,'Projpeeti,(ai/olo������uef  alspapegf, and all purpose/.  PKone Msiin 6454  ���������t&JVe4J.(������graiS/ijg Go.  I  SIMIUCA.MJ-KN LAND DISTRICT  UISTKIGT OK VAI.K  TRY THE  Hediey Gazette  for  Fine Job Printing  'PAKK notice that K. Guy AVarncr, of   A'ic-  toria, H. C. occupation real estate agent  intends to apply for permission to puichnse the  following described lauds:  Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of lot 25!). on Schwartz creek thence  north 2o chains, thence Avest 80 chains, thence  south 20 chains, thence cast 80 chains, containing UK)  acres.  K. GUY WARNER  February 27th. 1811. i)-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  niST.KIOT OK YALK  -TAKE NOTICE that E. M. Daly, of Kure-  -*���������       meos.   occupation,  Farmer, intends  to  apply for permission-topurchase the following  described lands  Commencing at a post planted on the west  bank of the Aslinola river about 2 miles from  mouth and adjoining Indian Reserve on south,  thence 20 chains south, thenoo 20 chains east  thence 20 chains north, thence 20 chains west'  to point of commencement and containing 10  acres, more or less.  E. M. DALY  Koromcos, March 3rd, 1911  you may w*tint it in a hurry,     lj? you have  a Sa,-\*in*j*.s Account in  M of Brills!! North;  you can get it tit once. Deposits "of $1.00 and  u*>AA*ards received and interest added -twice a  year. ," "  75 Years in'Businesi Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  ?!  1  Hediey  Branch,  H. A Hineks, Manager  **t^*i'*?,>?*'i  X  The  HaJcyon  Sanitarium I  ANALYSIS OF WATER  ix.. ��������� '  ������ Chlorine........   " Sulphuric Acid........  Silica .'-.'   Lime.............   .....  ix' Alkalies as Soda   jJ- Magnesia    jg, Litlria..   ..      IIP .Sulphuretted Hydrogen.  f   ."   v."'';::'.::.  S.14  ;i03.43  74.59  84.57  5.01  232.00  .86  32.00  f  jlHas i-iiccntly   been throughtly  renovated ^f  and rcrfurnished, and is .now the.greatest S  health resort uponthe continent.     Natural ������J.  hot wa     in baths, 121 degrees of heat.   A jk  course of baths at Halcyon will cure ner- S  vousand muscular diseases and eliminate _[   si  ^1  i-hucinatisin aud metalic poisons from the  systi'in.    The water heals liver,  kidney.  and sioniach complaints.   The rates arc ������2  a day up; or ������12 weekly up.    Postoftice; ex-   3g  fc\  press and telegraph.ollices in connection.  i  Halcyon, B. C. ������  .$ William Boyd, Proprietor  x  '  JU^^      viciur  ^^  Records  m'-   -Arc  Now Perfect  We may be able to.still further improve Victor Records���������though  we-hardly.knovv Avhere.  They are now absolutely uniform in tone and quality, Avherever  you buy them���������so smooth you can scarcely hear the needle���������more  durable than ever���������and double faced���������two records for the one price.  NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORD^-POc. for the two.  ' Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record. <  Write for catalogue of over 3,000 Records and watch  the papers for list of neAV ones every month.  Berliner Gram-o-pnone Co., Limited    ^  Montreal.  Agents Wanted Everywhere.  For Sale by  LOUIS  O.   ROLLS &  CO.  Hediey B. C.  No F-^r.eigf-ht - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  WALTER F. EVANS (8b CO.  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'XWaMWWWtt^ s  a.  ft  THE HE DLE-Y GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1011.  ���������:4  1  Town'' aixd MstiidL  PicTUHK Fi'A;\ri.\*������--Tbc! .ijiiili-mgn  ed ha- laid in a stock of tlie latest: de  sighs'of mouldings for picture frames j  in ouk, gilt and other styles si ,ny lenirfli ;  or size of picture accoininodated. ,  Those .who liitve ��������� pii.ttiires lo frame (  Mrs._Jol.il Lind blie r������-Kideiice occupied j slloll|(1 S(u. saniples    Kurniture repair- j  ing  promptly  iittendeil.   to.    Shop   in |  rear..of New Ze.*i-)iinil���������.lo'lm It. A.-di.  .   I  Get after   those' caterpillars,  snra\T ! ^*������'-"*' "'  If. 11  *l'''a.Y  Mi'ssc-iiuei-  Spray,  lias hoiight from  ?���������   KEEP YOUR EYES ON  ^t^MiMM  by him on Daly-Avenue."  Don't, forget your mining, licence. A  . forget of Unit kind costs money to .fix       _q- p j()m,S) geiioi-al.s'upei-iiit'iiiKliMit.  up sometimes;    A|l licences run out on   >vt.nL ()llt to the lake  on   Monday and  Ma,y.ll.st. .-.,.'','��������� i found agood deal of .snoyv,. The weal h-  Ore shipments from   Republic to the J er whs cold and the-snow did   not   ap-  (.-Jranliy  smelter are  ln-ing made.    A I peai to have melted very inucli.    The  numlii-r of Repiililic  properties are lie- ;.,-uiioiiiit of pumping  done   last winter  WATCH IT GROW  ing represented in the shipments.  Rev. James Williams, Church of  England pastor at Princeton, will hold  divine service in Fraternity Jlail,  Hediey, on Thursday, May 25th  (Ascension Day) at S p in.  L;. ,\V. Shatford was finishing up his  tour of the. east end of the riding l'ist  week. The Ledge said he av.-is in Green-  Avood with his automobile on Monday  15. The benzine buggy makes quicker  work, of it.  Forty-nine inches of snow at the  Nickel Plate mine for the Aveek ending  Saturday, May 20; Avhat do you,know  about that ? This makes 7 feet 1 inch  for- the month thus far, and eleven  more days to go on.  G. H. Whitenien, teller in the local  branch of the Bankof B. N. A. received Avord on Saturday that he Avas:to  be removed to Victoria and his place  here taken by Mr. Mai-chand. Mr.  Whiteimin leaves for the coast in a  day or tAvo.  , Mike Costello Avas in on Monday  with samples of the iron ore from the  big hematite discover y doAvn the valley on Alexis Creek a little heloAv Ash-  nola station. The ore has every appearance of being the genuine stuff  and in all probability an analysis of it  Avill show  pay iron.  Mr. A. Creelinan's friends in Hediey  have been looking for his return at  any time during the past Aveek. Nothing definite is stated but there is an ap-'  parentlv well-founded hope that with  his return operations on the Kingston  may be resumed.  Rev.'G. R..'B. Kinney  has not been i  given  any charge  by the 'Methodist [  conference.    He is making a specialty   some  of   mountain-climbing    instead    and  taken service Avith   the Alpiiie Club as  photographer Avith an expedition sent  out to  make a survey of  tlie country  in the A-icinity of Mount Robson.  Mr. I. L. Merrill, president of the  Hediey Gold Mining Co. completed  his visit of inspection of the Nickel  Rlate inine and Avorks andwent out  about the middle of the Aveek. He intends going to Maine for <'i feAv months  fishingj and holidaying generally on  the Atlantic coast, -with of course, a  little golf mixed in to keep his hand in  and his eye on the ball.  Mrs. .T. A. Brown proposes giving in  Princeton in aid of the hospital there,  the concert Avhieh Avas so well enjoyed  here iir Hediey a few AA'eeksago. The  date set for it-is said to he June Oth  and if the various numbers are given  in as good form on the occasion as  they Avere in Hediey Avhen it was  given here tlie people of Princeton  have a treat in store.  There are two institutions in Grand  Forks Avhich'havo made themselves  pretty solid Avith the people of the  Similkameen. They are the Riverside  Nursery and Frache Bros. florists.  Grand Forks nursery stock has never  disappointed fruit-growers in this valley. The care taken with the stock in  shipping and the excellent charactir  of the stock itself is giving results on  nU hands that is accounting for the  reputation they have succeeded in  building up.  Rev. A. H. Cameron intended spending most of the present week in Hediey but Avas called back to Keremeos.  He reported that Mr. J. A. Brown is  putting up a nice residence on his  fruit lots. The building is mounted  on a cement foundation, is attractive  in appearance and conveniently laid  orrt. Frank McLean, contractor, is  doing the Avork. The improvements  made on the lots has also given him  handsome grounds. This is one of the  improvements in the fruit town which  our correspondent held back.  Mr. Schubert sent from Tulameen  last Aveek for his cows which Avere. still  in Hediey and there are* not a few in  toAvn who were sorry to see thenr  driven off. The Jersey which several  years ago was brought in a young  animal has since gr-OAvn from frisky  heiferdorn to sedate cowhood and had  become a familiar figure, dear to the  hearts of those Avho had babies to rear  Avhile many an invalid was helped by  the Jersey, to convalescence when the  tin cow would have been an ill sub  stitute.  was not much more than half what  had been done in former yea is and  with that surplus to the good and the  extra supply of snow this year the  outlook is good for building up a considerable reserve supply of water. if  a little additional reserve can be built  .up-each year for two .or three years it  will enable them to cutout an important item of cost each year by dispensing with pumping altogether.  .Several  bunches of range cattle belonging to ranchers in the lower valley  AA-ent   up the betrinning   of   this  Aveek to their siiininelr ranges   aboA-e  Princeton.      These   migratory   quadrupeds or four-footed  birds that thus  visit .us ,in large .numbers twice a year-  are   Avatched    during    their   passage  .Avith no little concern by   certain sections  of the community that breathe  easier when thev have passed.    Particularly is this so in  connection   with  the members of the golf club who are  very averse  to having jibunch of cattle desecratingthe greens and making  deep hoof marks in   the fairway   into  which  the "wee  white ha' " is too ,-^pt  to roll and tret half buried up.  Mr. G. L. Eraser, general manager  t)f the works of the ;Columbia Coal ������fc  Coke Co., at Coahnont came doAvn to  JEfedley (m Saturday, accompanied by  Mrs. Eraser and .-remained ,over Sunday, returning home by Monday's  train. Mr. Fraser voices the general  impatience at the delay of completion  of-the railway. When asked as to the  time he expects to he sending coal  down to Hediey Mr. Fraser jocularly  speculates on the transportation possibilities: by airship, '-.which shows that  they are experiencing,the same Aveari-  Avait-for tracklaying which we  had in Hediey where the dumps on  the grades were bearing a. luxuriant  crop of grass and Aveeds before the  rails werejaid.down.  P. N. Stanford, inspector for the  Hudson Bay Insurance Co. was in  town on Thursday inspecting the risks  of the .company carried in Hediey.  The Hudson Bay Insurance Co. although'not tin old concern is one of ths  strongest non-board companies in  Canada and iii Hediey it enjoys the  distinction of being the only.company  AA'hich has ever carried insurance in  the. town (whether they be board or  non-board Canadian, British-or.American) which has ever been called on to  put up a,-dollar of fire loss. For sua*-.  eral years it did business under provincial charter and provincial licences  tint.last year a Dominion charter; was  .procured and some other companies  Avith provincial charters absorbed and  as a result the company hoav takes  rank among the strong companies of  Canada.  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Gamp in Canada.  Money invested in Hediey Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  NEW  ZEALAND  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors,and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO.  PRINCETON, B. C.  Make the  NOTED HOP GOLD BEER  THEIR NOTED HALF AND HALF  (HALF STOUT AND POItTETt)  is a Winner.  PflLflGE  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables    HIODLEY   B. C.    IT A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    M Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  J  ���������  ���������  .4  t  I  t  ���������  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon.   11 ','  .I'NN'IS :B'-R,0-S'.:Pr-opr-ietors.  JUST IN  HZIBLER  A large Assortment of Cups.and Saucers, small and  large plates, sugar and cream . sets in a variety of  shapes and sizes. Dainty, well-finished china,  strong enough for every day wear and as moderate  in price as common porcelain.  <J e     Jt-L������  60   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Repairs  neatly and  Promptly  Executed  Charges Moderate  Shop on Irene St.  HEDLEY, B C.  Trademarks  Designs  Copyrights <_c  Anyono sending a sketch find description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention la probably patentable. Communications strictly coiillriciitlnl. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest airency for securing patents.  Patents tiikcn throuch Jlunn & Co. receive  special notice, without clmrge, lu the  Scientific Efiiierican.  A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scleutltlc journal. Terms, $3 a  year: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.36-Broadwa'-- New York  Branch Office, 11% F St., Washington. D.'C  | NICE FRESH & TASTY ���������  NOTICE  eZ*  NOTICE  pUHLIC NOTICE is hereby given that, under  *��������� tUo authority contained in section 131 of  the "Land Act." a regulation was appro\x-d by  the Lieut-Governor in Council fixing the minimum sale- price-of iirst ami second class lands  at $10 and $5 per acre respcctiA-cly.  This regulation further provided that tho  prices fixed therein should apply to all lands  with respect to which tho applications to purchase were given favorable consideration after  the date .of said regulation, namely April 3rd.  1911.  ! Further notice is now given that by virtuo of  a regulation approved .by the Lieut-Governor  iri'-Council, ,on the. lOthipf -.May. ��������� 11)11, ��������� that: tho  , rcgrUatiou.datedtfijd-Apr'l, Mil, .be held npt to  apply to applications t������iDurab.ase-vaeanfc CroAvn  lands which >vpro rpeeived.-by: the Assistant  Commissioners- of Lands, on <ir before the said  Aprili3rd. 1011. and-.with respect to Avhieh the  ���������required deposit of fifty cents per ncr-o had  been receiA-od by said Commissioners on or before the said April 3rd, 1911.  ���������ROBT. A. RENWICK,  i Deputy M4pis,tcr of Lands.  Department of. Lands,  Victoria, B. C, 16th May, mil.    '  20-4  pri'LIC NOTICK is hereby given that, iin-  x dor the authority contained in section 131  of the "Land Act", a regulation has been approved by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council  Ilxing the minimum sale prices of llrsfc and  second-class lands at $10 and $.*> pur acre, respectively.  This regulation further provides that the  prices lixed therein shall apply to all lands  with respect to which the application to purchase is given favorable consideration after  this date, notwithstanding the date of such application or any delay that may have occurred  in the consideration of tlio same.  Further- notico is hereby given that all persons who have pending applications to purchase lands miller the provisions of sections 31  or.'flj of the "Land Act".and who .arc not willing  to complete such purchases under the prices  lixed by the aforesaid regulation shall bo at  liberty to withdraw such applications and re,  ccivc refund of the moneys deposited on account of such applications.  AVILLIAM.I*. POSS.  11-10 Minister or* Lands  Department of Lands.  Victoria, li. (.'..April 3rd, 1911  Curlew Creamery Butter, 4oc per lb.  ]STew* Laid Fresh Ranch Eggs, 40c per doz  Ham, medium size, very nice, 25c per lb  Breakfast Bacon, nice and steaky, 2bc per lb  NOTICE  ���������  ���������    J Buy Your Groceries from Us and you can rely on  * getting them Fresh and Clean and  Y at the Right Prices  .���������   =  ..   i  i  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  t  ���������  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  OISTKICT OK  VALE  TAKK Notice fliat Cecil C, Allen, of Fairv.icw  occupation .rancher/intends to apply fpr  permission ��������� to leaso tho folio wine described  land  Commencing at a postplanted 20 chairs north  easterly- from the north west corner of lob 3197  thence 20 chains Avost,: thoncc 20 chains south,  th on co 80 chains east, thonco.-10 chains north,  thenco 40..choius .Av.est,. thence.20.chains south  to point of commencement, containing about  200, acres.  CECIL C ALLEN  April 28-ih, 1911 18-10  GRAND FORKS, B. C.    Comprising ipo Acres  Largest growers of -Nursery Stock; in British Columbia.   AH stock wintered in our- cellars apd no daiinger of buring winter killed trees.  ;B.uy:British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia: Orchards.  SUBSCRIBE m<m  THE   GAZETTE! THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. MAY 25, 1911;  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������^ Fruit Growing  Towa and Lower Valley.  x  x  x  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  Wipe strawberries were picked in  K'-roiuc-os on tlie 21st, notwithstanding the late backAvurd n'-iUire of the  season.  (.'ail Keeler and Hattie Innis Avill be  candidates from Keriuueos writing on  the Entrance exaniination at Hediey  next Tuesday.  .lack  Young,  foreman-of the road j j������  \X  \x  IS  t  X  X  X  K  X  X  X  X  X  ing a Ut'dly' lacerated thumb,' sustaiu-  t'it while mo\'itig ti fence that en-croa-  chedori the road. .������������������'     '  A. J. King of Hc-dley returned home  on Saturday after spending a AA'eek in  Keremeos. AVe understand that O.H.  Carle will shortly open in, business in  Hediey and that Mr. King will be in  charge.  P. Sauve. has added to his stock of  general merchandise a line of millinery  Ladies are cordially invited to call  and inspect the saint;; -gentlemen to  pay che bills and look as pleasant as  possible.  Fred Gibson and faniilv arrived from  '���������Vancouver on Sunday coming in via  Penticton. As soon <is they get their  household effects over from Penticton  they will take up their residence in G.  MUburn's house.  Dan Rogers was' in toAvn on Monday on his way to Princeton. It is  neatlv three years since Dan left off  driving the stage here. During that  time he has been living at Republic  across the line but has decided to return and make his home in Canada.  Mrs.. Rogers'is visiting friends at her  old home at Fairview and will shortly  join him in Princeton. .  l-\ H. Lamb, of Vancouver, who already owned.a thrifty ten acre fruit  lot, planted in five year old trees, has  recently increased his holding by pur-  ' chasing the ten acre lot adjoining,  number 58. Mr. Lamb is one. of the  many Vancouverites Avho are simply  awaiting the pleasure of J. J. Hill and  the completion of this line to come  into Keremeos and erect comfortable  homes.  Walter Seibert, of Didsbury, Aita.,  spen t the Aveek end in Keremeos. He  left for home by the Crows Nest route  on Monday after having purchased  through Jimmy Innis lots 26 to 30 in  block 80 held by John Cameron, now a  resident in Vancouver-, formerly a  miner in Hediey. The lots referred to  lie just opposite the section house,  east of Avhere Royer's livery barn used  to stand.  Louis Hill and other officials of the  Great Northern passed up the valley  on Friday evening in a special train,  returning the next morning at seven  o'clock. We are not advised as to the  nature or object of the jaunt but it is  the first event of any kind that might  serve to revive the hope that the Similkameen and the V. ��������� V. &-E. are not  entirely dismifsed from the minds of  the offi cials at the head of the Great  Northern.  Rev. Mr. Kinney returned to Keremeos on Friday after attending the  general conference at Vancouver, and  occupied the pulpit of the church here  on Sunday evening, Rev. Mr. Cameron  driving to Hediey in order to' give  them service there. Mr. Kinney has  asked to be relieved from the ministry  for a year, which he will spend with a  geologicnl survey party in the mountains. A Rev. Mr-. Mawhinney will  occupy this field next year.  Mr. Hohnan, of Kelowna, -who gave  a lecture  here last March on   tobacco  growing, was in the district again the  beguiling of this AA'eek in a still further  endeavor  to interest  the people   here  in   the  culture of  the nicotine   plant.  He  has arranged   to supply Mr. .1. J.  Armstrong Avith 6000 plants  free, to  bo distributed among the ranchers of  this district, avIio are invited to take a  few plants and make an experiment in  their culture.  He Will be around again  in July  to give  any. information and  instructions  needed.    The  plants will-  be sent over here from Kelowna early  in June.    Mr. Hohnan otters to super-  Vise the curing of the tobacco   in the  fall and to pav a good fair price for all  grown.     We would impress upom our  ranchers the importance of the opportunity   afforded   them and  urge them  to take advantage of it.    If it is found  that   tobacco  of good  quality can be  successfully grown  here, and avc have  reason to believe it can, it will furnish  an industry  tlnit Avill mean  much  to  the Avealth and prosperity of the lower  A*alley.  Square Dealing, Honest Methods  and Splendid values  These tire the Terms with which.  SAUVE&CO.  seek your Custom. '  A  guarantee to  pleti.se you  or refund your money.  That is how Satire & Co hope to keep your custom.  New* Goods just in���������  Ladies' Hats, Shoes and Hosiery, Men's  Fine, Fancy and Work Shoes, Hats  The Prices as usual are right.  F. J. SAUVE (SV CO.  s  x  Tommy Daly left on Monday tor  Puiiticton to join the base ball team of  .that town in a game against Sunimer-  land on the 21th. Tommy is some  pitcher and his ability is getting noised abroad. " "He recently pitched four  games for the town of Okanagan, ac-  cross the line, against different teams  in that neighbor-hood, winning them  all handily. He has promised to play  again with Okanagan in the Fourth of  July games.  J. O. Goldthwaite, of Hood River,  was in town on Friday for a few hours  and had a look around. Mr. Goldth-  Avaite is an experienced fruitgrower in  the famous fruit valley to the. south  and has been looking over fruit lands  in the Okanagan and other points in  B. C. He, stated that this yalley appealed more to him than anything he  had seen and regretted that he avjis  unable to spend longer on his present  trip but Avill return shortly prepared  to look the district over throught  and most probably iriA'est.  The London Directory  (Published Annually)  Enables traders throughout the world  to communicate direct  Avith English  MANUFACTURERS    &   DEALERS  in each class of goods. Besides being  a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the directory contains lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS  with-the Goods they ship, and the  Colonial and Foreign Markets they  supply;  STEAMSHIP  LINES  arranged  under the Ports  to Avhieh  they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading manufacturers, merchants,  etc., in the principal provincial towns  and industrial centres of the United  Kingdom.  A copy of the current addition Avill  be forwarded , freight paid, on receipt  of Postal Order for 20s.  Dealers seeking Agencies can adver-  their trade cards for ������1, or-larger advertisements from ������%.  Tlie London Directory 60. Ltd.  25, Abchurch Lane.      London. E. C.  NOTICE  StlUlLKAMKKN* LAND DISTKICT  DISTKICT OK VAI.K  TAKK notice that Val C. Haynes, of Kairview  x It. C. occupation Stockman, intends to apply for permission to lease the following  described land.  Commencing at a post planted at the south  west corner of H. Garrison's Pre-emption. Lot  H108. thence north SO chains; thence west _0  chain':: thence south SI) chains; thence casta)  chains to the point of commencement, and containing 1**0 acres, more or less.  VAIif. HAYNI'S.  Win. 11. Tlayni-s. agent.  1/cl.i 17th. mil.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  Distkict ok Yai.k  TAKK NOTICK that I, AVilliarn Kichtor.  of Keremeos, 11. (.'!. occupation Farmer  intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:��������� a iz an island in  Osoyoos Lake, near the Osoyoos lake bridge.  Commencing at a post planted at the north  cast corner of said island and about 100yards  south-west of Osoyoos Lake Bridge thence  along the short-of said island to point of commencement, containing about one statute acre  more or less.  WILLIAM RICHTi'R  March 8th. till I 11-10  WHEN Wl J. IT I NCI ADVEHTIKICRS  PI,]." ASK  MENTION THIS PAPER  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  F1IIE INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE - ~     KEREMEOS. B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  MRS.  A. F. KIRBY,   Proprietress.  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  Magoon and Clarke Seedling straw-  berry plants for sale, vigorous and  very choice. Prices; per 100, $1.25;  per 1000, $10.00   Order now.  August Pedy, Keremeos.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN' LAND DISTRICT.  Distkict ok Yale.  TAKE notice that I, K. L. Steves, of Kock  ���������*- Creek, occupation, contractor, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing; at a post planted on the cast  side of Kettle lii ver opposite the n. e. corner of  lot 3132 and marked "E. L. StoA-cs n. av. corner-  post" thence east 29 chains: thence south (i0  chains: thence west 31 chains, more or less, to  river boundary; containing- 120 acres more or  less.  EVAN* L. STEVES  Henry Nicholson, agent  April 7th. Will. 11-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTICT OK VAI.K.  TAKE notice that Vivien Oonali dc li.  -1- Green, of Osoyoos, occupation none, intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted 20 chains  south of thoN. W. corner of lot (Kids, thence  west SO chains, thence south 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, cutting  out- LotSJiW. 180 acres.  VIVIEN OOXAH DE BLOIS GBEEN  February 27th 11)11 '  9-10  SILKS  Large Assortment of choice Silk Dress  Goods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOMflY SINO, Keremeos.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTKICT  DISTKICT OK VAI.K  i  t  Send Your Orders to Us for  McCormick Mowers, Rakes  and All Extras for same.  We have an Extra Fine Grade of  Castor Machine Oil  especially  adopted   for   Moving   Machines.  Don't ruin your machinery by using  Cheap Oil.  FRANK  RIGHTER &  CO.  ������  _&  What a few Acre of. Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  f^' Caii you do better with your savings by  sending them outside tp invest in some speculative scheme, more or, less hazardous, ��������� thati by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time otters such  big returns on the capital invested.  ,     REMErVyVBEf**  "We  offer no  land but what has  the  water already on it  Fruit Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  '���������#  0  #  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR  HEATING  AND  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  Orders by Mail  will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  TAKE notice that 11. Irwin of Victoria, occu-  ���������L pation Real Estate Agent, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described land : ���������  Commencing at a post, planted  lit the N. K.  corner of the S. E.   I of Sec. a Tp. al. thence j  west 80 chains,  tliencc north SO chains, thence  cast 20 chains, thence south 10 chains, thence  east 20 chains, thence south 20 chains,  thence'  east 10 chains, thence   south 20 chains to point |  of coiimicncemciit. containing 320 acres.  It. I UN'IN  l'chi-ii!ii-.v, 27tli, 1011  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  Keremeos-Penticton Mail Stage,  Lea\-e.sKeremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  LeaA-es Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays'and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. Weluv. Proprietor.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of '[all  kinds, Ditch digging, |Wood  Sawing, Clearing land,"Cook-  ing and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  KEAL ESTATE MINES  Agent for-:  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantco Co.  Keremeos, B. G.  IC>(lca(-iKt������^IW������tlM(������������aWWUEWtlMW*t  KEREflEOS  MEAT   MARKET  Fresh   Fish  Every Thursday  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT OI-' VAI.K  TAKI"   NOTR'K    that   Mciiry   Stangci'.   of  Wakctlcld. Knglnnd, occupation, docfor.  ntends to apply for permission to purchase the  Public Service Act  TPIIK qualifying examinations for Tliird-clii.-s ,  ���������*��������� Clerks, Juhior Clerks, and Ktenograpliers  will bo held at the following places, commencing on Monday the .'ird July next:���������Armstrong.  Chilliwaek. Kaslo, JCclownn, Ladysmith. Nn-  naiiiio. Nelson, Now Wcstininstci-, North Vancouver, I'cachland, Hevelst.oko. Kossliind. Sal.  nion Arm, Summurland, Vancouver. Vernon,  and Victoria.  Candidates must he Mi-itish subjects hetween  the ages of 21 and .'iCi. if for Third class Clerks  and between 111 and 21, if for Junior Clerk* or-  Stenographers.  Applications will not be accepted if received  later than the 15th June next.  Kurther information, together with application forms, may be obtained from the undersigned.  !���������'. WALK Kit,  Registrar, Public Service  Victoria, 11. C��������� 27th April, 1M1 17-7  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE   GAZETTE  Dated March Sth. Hill  NOTICE  SIM ILKA MKI'N LAM) DL-'TRiCT  DlriTUKT HI-  VAI.K  T  for  Ian  f:  WC:  the  the  me  Mn  \ K I-' notice I hat ChiM-lc.- Jones, of l-'airvicw  <i<-i-il|iatinn.   holi.-l-maii. intends toapiil.V  pi-rliiis.-ion to lease  the following described  'tiiiiinciicing at a post planted at the north-  <l cornet-of Lot :n.il thence south 20 chains  nco west Sii chains, t-liencii north 20 chains,  ncc castiSlii-hains to the point of coiumcncc-  nt. and containing UiO acres, more or less.  CIIAI'Ll'S JON.KS  W. H. Haynes. agent.  rch :ird. liild- 10-10  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    UAZliTTE  E. M. CROOKER  feitrafefefefeM������4������-ft������������fe^������������������fcfctfr������w������'������<4  Water Notice  VOI'lt-K is hereby given that an application  - > will be made under Part V of the "Water  Act. 1<;0!I," to obtain a licence in the .Similkameen Division of Yale District.  a -The name.addicss and occupation of the  applicant: George McKay. Faiincr. Olalla, B.C.  b���������The naiiio of the lake. .-I icam or soursc (if  unnamed, tlio description is) a spring about  one hundred yards north-west of the north-cast  corner of pre-emption No. 721s  c   The point of diversion tit the spring.  d���������The (|iiaiitity of water applied for in cubic  feet per second: one  The character of the proposed works a ditch  flume or pipe.  f-Thc premises on which the water is to bell sod. I'. U. No. 721s  g The purnoses for which the water is to be  used Do-.nestic.  .i Area of (. l-own land intended to be occupied by the proposed works about Ml) of an  acre  K    This notice  was posted on tlie 20lh day of  April 11)11, and application   will  lie made  to  the commissioner on the 2(lth day of May, lilll.  GKORGK MCKAY  Olalla, li, C.  ���������'.'I  II


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