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 I''  9  ���������i  M  *'*���������  to  AND SIMILKAMEK  Volume VII.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  f 18 years' practice in Vancouver.]  ���������  S. O. L. Co.'s Blociv  PENTICTON,       -      -      B. C.  W.r H. T. GAHAN  ��������� Barrister,   Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Murk Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  <5aze  ADVERTISER.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDA1  PTEMBEJc 21. 1911.  T?fo\  >jt.  TWO CAMPAIGN FIBS  Nickel Plate M[in#Maintains  Its DividcndfBa$mg Gait  JflS. 6LARKE  ���������  UUotchmoker  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  c  HOTEL  PENTICTON  Headquarters for- Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Barnes, Prop.        Pexticto.v, B.C.  R. W. DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches, Properties, Mines, Timber,  Water Powers.  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C.  N. TlIOMI'SO.N* i-iiom: sev.mouk 6'Jia  MGR. WKSTKKN- CAXADA '  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng-v  Offices and Warehouse, 817-(i:' Bcatty Street'  Vancouver, B.C.  R H. ROGERS,     ���������(   ^   ,c.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B C  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B. C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  THE  NEW  ZAELAND  HOTEL  * t'-. *     #     *     ������  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  *)-    Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and-Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Ta.ble.  0   PALA6&  Livem, Feed & Sale Stables  HKDLEY  B. C.  IT A good stock of. Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   IT Orders, for Teaming "  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Goinpanu.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon.   U        INNIS BROS. Proprietors.  ANOTHER  x  A..  CENTER  !������.-1--'.-.'  Regular QuarterlysDjl^Mehd' of Three per  Cent for Quartef-Endin'g- Sept 30 arid  Additional Distriiburabn'Vof 2 per cent.  ���������������������������a. ���������')  The directors ^dt"vfche VHedley  Gold  .. PAINTING ...  and PAPER-HANGING  The Undersigned is.prepared to  .���������; do work-in -  any OTH ER WORK  in the pain ting line.  Orders may be sent to Box  472, Hedley, B. C.  R. T. BARCLAY.  Stocks  /Vllnes  Herbert E3. Brown  Broker  MEMBER   VANXOUVElt  MINING EXCHANGE  448 Pender St. W. Vancouver.  Write me ..about your- claims  A A. F. & A. M.  ���������VCUr*'      REGULAR monthly meetings of  /^/\    Hodloy Lodge Xo. i**. A. F. & A. M.,  are held on the second  Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren arc cordially invited to attend.  J. K. FRASER, J. A. SCHUBERT,  W. M Secretary  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEX LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT OF YAT.K  TAKE Notice that Mrs. F.E. Richter of Keremeos, occupation rancher, intends to apply  I'or permission to lease the following described  land ������������������������������������':'���������..  Comniencingal a post planted about 20 chains  south and 10 chains west from Che n. w. corner  ofleti'32s thence west 80 chains; thence south  20 chs; thcncccast80 chs; thence north 20 chs  to the point of commenceinent, and containing  about 1*50 acres, more or- less.  CHAS. RICHTER  Milling Co have?tlecjare'd the usual  quarterly dividend of':three per-   cent  for the quarter ^dmg^^pteniber 30  on the (lutstandingT^apltal stock of  the company, piiy^h&iSepteinber 30,  101], and an ad^t^nal,'''dividend of  two per cent.    ,)' ;- 'M-    \j  As before reiu-i/rkedk Bjatish Columbia's best niiningia*a^'|isl;{tne quarterly  dividend of five per/cent-1 which camp  Hedley has to its'.cre^it.^To keep this  up, quarter after- qii*H-������er, is to present  an argument, for-the ^resources of the  camp and the province which needs  no further explanation, for it is its  own interpretor. Nevertheless this  dividend does not tell, all that is to be  told, and neither the; treasury nor the  mine are being robbed to make this  fine showing which has now gone on  with Mich regularity)' for so long a  time. On the contrary, a double reserve is all the timeHioing built up.  This consists of cash reserve in the  treasury and also air ore .reserve in  the mine, which tit the present time is  looking better than ever.  The following notice to stockholders  is but another- chapter in this pleasant  serial story.  Hedley Gold Mining Company  ���������12 Broadway;  New York, Sept. 13,1911  A quarterly dividend of three percent (3%) and an additional dividend  of two per cent (2%) has this day been  declared on tbe .'outstanding capita]  s'ttJck of this Company'-payablc September- 30. 1911, to stockholders of  record at 3;00 o'clock- P. M., Monday;  September IS, 1911.  Transfer books will be closed on  Monday. September ;iS, 1911, at 3:00  o'clock'P. M. and re-opened on Mon-  dav, October 2. 1911. at 10 o'clock  A.M.  Hedley has been treated Lo two  home-made campaign fibs during the  past week. One wa.s tli.it a certain  gentleman engaged in fruit culture  whose name we will not mention,  went to Wenatchei- to see for'himself  what effect reciprocity would have on  fruit-growing in this valley and had  found that land at Wenatchec which  was not as good as the land at Kereineos was selling at four times the  price and that he had come back satisfied that reciprocity would be a good  thing and was going to support it and  his neighbor fruit-growers were going  to do likewise. Now the facts are that  when he went to Wenatehee it was in  the fall of 1910 when no mention had  then been mad^ of reciprocity and  what he saw there would make him  take, the very opposite view from that  indicated. For instance, he saw one.  man digging up fine peach trees to  use the ground for- winter apples and  when asked if the peaches would not  bear good crops he said the crop was  all right but he could not find a market and his peaches rotted on his  hands, but that he would rather grow  peaches if he could be sure of getting  even 35c per- box. With that condition of affairs near Wenatchee. there  was -certainly no reason why a Keremeos fruit-grower who had passed tbe  age of childhood should support reciprocity.  The other campaign He was that the  Kipling letter in the Star was a for'  trery and that the Montreal Star had  been made the victim of a hoax. When-  pressed for authority the first known  narrator said he had seen it in an  paper, aiid when  SPOKE IN VANCOUVER  Similkameen's Representative  Sound on  the Trade Question   <  English  this ground  was; untenable because no English  paper had time to reach here, he said  he had seen it as a despatch from some  London paper. But when pressed still  further he could not say what London  panej^'tac'Uy.d&sp^  pa per that- had ever reached Hedley  had contained the despatch. Now  wasn't the invention most characteristically Lloyd-Georgian?  AN AGILE FEAT  John D, Clarke,  Secretary  'agent for Mrs. ,M. E  August 2nd. 15)11.  Richter  31-10  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp meets I" Fraternity Hall  the tlrstand third Thursdays in the month..  O McKachkhn S. E. Hamilton'  Counsel Clerk.  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  AVill be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to 14th of each month.  Office  on North   Main   Street.  L. O. L.   .  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge" 1741 aro held on  the third Monday in every  *KMnSS^3kmon'''''" Fraternity Hall. Visit"  ihg bi-ctliei-ii are cordially invited to attend.  ARTHUR KING,.V\*. M,  \VM. LONSDALE. Scc't.  Vancouver's gang of hired help won  the last lacrosse game of the deciding  series for the Minto cup, getting it on  a score of 6 goals to 2 and are thus  possessors of the mug. "Thou hast it  now king, Cawdor, Glamis, all; though  thou playdst most foully for it." If  an eastern team should swoop down  on them now and carry the cup back  with them. Con Jones and his aiders  and abbettors would merit some tar  and feathers at the hands of the people  of B. C.  I To ride bareback, two fast horses  galloping in opposite directions, is  some class as an equestrian feat, but  Dr. McDonald pretends to be able to  do it when he tells you that his trick,  reciprocity, will both increase the  price of farm and orchard products  for the farmers and fruit-growers by  giving thenr a bigger (?) market, -and  lower the cost of living to the work-  ingman by giving cheaper fruit and  vegetables from -Washington state.  But is the Dr. altogether to blame  when he is just repeating what Sir-  Wilfrid Laurier' and the Globe lr-.rve  time and again told'him to say?  THE RIGHT WAY TO MARK 'EM  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER a.vii BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building Princeton  If you want to keep Canada prosperous and maintain a living wage for workmen mark  your ballot thus:  C.  JE.  SHAW  E. A. C. STL'DD  UAKOI.D  MAV.VK D.U.V  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provincial Land Surveyor.  STUDD & DALV,  Members Vancouver Stock Exchange  RealJEstate, Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W  Opposite New Post Office  P. O. BOX 'JO'"  Vancouver,  B. C.  Office of .1. A. Brown  KEREMEOS  B. C.  NOTICE  Burne, Temple & Tunbridge  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTKICT  niSTitic.T (>��������������������������� v.w.i:  '"PAKE notice that Mrs. F.K. Hit-liter, of ICurc-  -1- "l'n'eos. occupation rancher, intends to apply for permission to lease the following described land;  Commencing at a post planted at the X. \\*.  corner of lot '���������"���������������������������is thence noiith SO chains: thence  west 10 chains: thence north SO chains: thence  cast, 10 chains to the point of commenceiiieur.  and containing 'A20 acres, more or less.  .  .MRS. KK. RICHTER  July 15th, 11)11.         ao-lii  BURRELL  fg Martin Burrell, of Grand Forks  Fruitgrower  JOHNSON  James Falls Johnson, of Enderby  Millwright  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GAZETTE  MACDONALD  Kenneth  Cattanach  MacDonaid, of  Vernon.       Dentist  Mr. L. W. Shatford reviewed the  history of commerce in the Dominion  since it was a crown colony, pointed  out the "slump" that resulted in Canada from the adoption of free trade in  England fand threw light upon many  phases of the reciprocity question that  had been U:t't in complete d-iikness by  Liberal speakers. ���������  "AVe cannot afford to ha vo our progress checked by unwise legislation,*'  said Mi-. Shatford "and therefore all  patriotic Canadians look upon the pro  posed pact negotiated by the Government at Ottawa with little less than  consternation. What we are asked to  give to the United Stales is nothing  short of our commercial independence.  (Applause).  "In the early days trade was greater  between Canada and Great Britain  than between Canada and any other-  country. Then came Cobden and tho  repeal of the corn laws, and the advent of free trade iir the Old Cnuntry.  Canada experienced a tremendous reaction. There was talk of annexation  to the United States as the only hope  for this young country. But, nevertheless, we remained loyal, and in that  darkest hour the first line in the majestic system of railways and canals  which is now the pride of the country  was completed.  "In 1854 reciprocity in natural products with the United States was arranged and Canada prospered along  certain lines, but reciprocity then  spelt the ruin of our mining, fishing  and timber industries, and Americans  amassed large fortunes, from the sale  of our raw materials, while our own  manufactories languished and our  young men were ; forced to seek employment across the line.  "In 185-1, the year the first reciprocity treat}7 was arranged; the carrying-  trade of the St. Lawrence was nearly  treaty was in operation, the carrying  trade of that great commercial water- ,  ways was only $15,(XX),<XJ0, while the  tonnage at both Quebec and Montreal  was reduced by the coining into effect  of the treaty. In 1854 the amount of  imports and exports through the ports  of Quebec and Montreal was $42,000,  000. One year later it was reduced to  $2S,000,000. This treaty also caused  the bankruptcy of the Grand Trunk.  Mr. Shatford then dealt with the  annexation uttrances of prominent  American statesmen and writers.  "In 1S66 there was not the slightest  hesitation on the part of the Yankees  in declaring that they wanted Canada  to come into the UniOn," said the  speaker-. "It may be argued that public opinion has changed since thattime  arrd that annexation is not the object  for which the American politicians,  who are anxious for the accomplishment of the treaty, are striving. But  the facts do'not bear out any such  hypothesis," and Mr. Shatford quoted  the utterances of several prominent  Americans who had clearly declared  that annexation would surely follow  in the wake of the treaty.  "They want our coal, pulpwood. and  fisheries," declared the speaker, "but  are we going to .surrender thenr.. to  them",    (cries of No!)  "We are told that the signing of  this treaty will be a step in the way  of universal peace. But how can that  be so when there are so many clauses  in the treaty that must be opposed to  the views of every patriotic Canadian.  It is a notorious fact that Laurier and  Fielding are stampeded by Presiden  Taft, who threatened he would impos  the maximum tariff upon Canada if  they did not come through with the  agreement he desired. Instead of calling his bluff they granted him all the  concessions that he demanded.  "Liberals may talk about Canada,  having the power to cancel the treaty  but once it is an accomplished fact  Canada, will be powerless to act, except under terms fixed in Washington.  "Sir Wilfrid,"said the speaker, "was  the first to seek the right to make  treaties for Canada independent of  Downing Street, and now he 's ready  to barter those same independent  treaty rights to a nation which has  already shown a readiness to wrest  away, as much of our commerce as it  ���������    Continued on Pago Two. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,   SEPT 21, 1911  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  ssiml on Thursdays, by the l-li-'iii.KY G.v/.1'tti.  Out., what a fine market for their  horses they would have south of the  line, thioiigh reciprocity.  PltlN'TING AND I 'Ulil.lSI 11 Nil CO.MIWNV,  Ll.Ml'i'ni).  al. Hedluv.   I". C.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per .Year...-   "   ( United States)'   If the   people-of  Caniula  should   he   ��������� I foolish   enough to   fas ("en the.  reciprocity noose  around their  necks to-day  .SAim ; i| will   he the   fanner who   will feel it  . -'.'"'O : ,      . ,  ! lirsl. but I he workingiiian who is ask-  Advertising Rates '  Measurement. 12 lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certilicafcs of improvement, etc.  ������7.00 for liO-day notices, and S.'i.OO I'or 'lO-dny  notices.  Changes for contract advert iscinonts should j . ...  be in I he olllcu hy noon on Tuesday to secure   working for hall his  present wages lie  attention for that'week's Issue. ��������� .,, ,   '"     i ��������� ������������������������        .      i..:,.  Adv.rtisc.uents will be changed ...me every j will wonder why st. insignificant a bait  month if advertiser desires, without any extra .. ,    m.        linslcelof  ucaehes  charge, l-'or changes oftener than once a month j -Is'1   "-'" cenis on a   nasKi.1 or  pencil's  r1-uKi'Cratosl:OI'1|'OSiUO" Wl" l"! l'lmwU(1 nl | or plums,  or a  bag of potatoes,   was  A. MEGRAW. Managing "Alitor,      'j able to catch him.  ed to vole for it, will i?t������t his in the  neck later on, and he will not have  long to wait, i'or it.     Then, when he is  SPOKE I  _ *  N VANCOUVER  can.  .Mi  Full "Moon  !)  Lust ciiinr.  17  1911  Now Moon  First quar.  I.  1911  Sun.'Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  H  10  17  -i  n  is  On  o  12  2(1  (!  13  2:)  i  14  2L  2S  1  8  15  22  2!)  2  J)  10  23  HO  What Canada wants is factories-  lots of them. And she will get them  too if she will have the good sense to  turn down reciprocity hard enough today. The organ of the United States  Manufacturers' Association, in bewail-  i ing the drain of American capital from  the United States to Canada, admitted  that, in the last ten years no less than  750 United States manufacturing concerns had been forced to build  branches  in   Canada,  aiid   pleads for  Y v ���������        ' '  reciprocity as  a means   to   stop  the  -. ,. ���������.     - '. ,  leak.    What  better pointer than that  does a  Canadian   want to   tell   him  what he should do to-day.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  Bun-ell .for  Yale-Cariboo and   continued prosperity.  ..'When ��������� the farmer is prosperous  everybody is prosperous. Protect the  farmer and you protect yourself.  The Grand Forks Sun changes its  trade views regularly twice a week or  alternately with every page the editor-  works off on his Gordon.  You wbrknie.'n and manufacturers,  lookout. If you let the Canadian farmer lose his protection, or help to  make him lose it, he will take a hand  in the game himself after a bit, and  will see, that you lose, yours. He is  not going to take the raw end of it  all the time, as this reciprocity measure, hands out to him. And remember; when he-starts in he has the votes  behind him to see it through.  The number of Grit lawyers leading  "forlorn hopes" in this election to  qualify for budding judgeships is a. feature of the campaign which is pathetic in its way and particularly so when  there, is the possibility that after today the dispensing power dominating  these little incidentals may be changed. In inverse ratio to the abundance of that crop is the leanness of the  crop of Grit judges already appointed  who are resigning to become candidates to lead any of these forloin  hopes.  Over-production is at the present  time causing marked depression in the.  United States in many lines of manufacture and has seriously effected the  business of the railways. So much so  that many of their railways are laying  off' men. If Canadians are fools enough  to go in for reciprocity because an old  man who has made a gross blunder  shakes his gray hairs at them and tries  to appeal to their sympathies instead  of their common sense, they will at  once become partners with the United  States in that depression.  Dr. Mat-Donald is only making matters worse for himself by prevaricating in an effort to escape from the  predicament in to which he placed himself by the part which he plaved'-in  connection with the Vernon Board of  Trade resolutions. J. A. MacKelvie  who originally accused him of the inconsistency has dealt with the quibbling denials both on the jil.-itfonir before a Vernon audience where tlie  facts are known, and in the columns  of the Vernon News.  It was on the platform in Kamloops  where the Dr. launched'his main denial anil his statements as reported in  the. Kamloops Inland Sentinel, the  Liberal paper, formed the text of Mr.  Mac'Kelvie's. after-treatment of the  subject in 'the News and on a Vernon  platform. Apart from.the general loss  of respect which the Dr s. squirming  must do for him, it is likely also to  make itself felt in the vote.  NOTICE  Certificate of Improvements.  Sackamkxto Mineral Claim situato in the  Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located���������Camp Hedley.  Take notice that I, Adam Crcelmah. Free  Miners certificate Xo. 10571b intend sixty days  from the date hereof.-to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  section 37 must be commenced'before the issue  of such Certilicate of improvements.  ADAM CHISEL-MAN*  Dated this 21st day of September, 11)11  Continuc/cl from Page One.  "'J-''    '''  Shatl'oi-djtlicin. -[Jointed out how  the Liberals' ark) 'misstating, facts in  .declaring that j-Sir John MacDonald  and other ei uiiient conservatives had  stood for sue i al''reciprocity agreement  as that now heifore the people. Reciprocity was shir'plyin.; secondary issue  with the joiiit.-ljighVconiinission that  was formed by"Si'r.John MacDonald to  enter into- an a.grqeineiit with the  United Stales:.- -'fen- John bad, indeed,  been willing ,f<) concede to the desires  of a, certain elnssi of people for reciprocity along/ a^cui-Cain line to avert  greater evils; 'but tie-had consistently  and relentlessly fought the reciprocity  agreement' as it vy-.is,-,nnd is. presented  by Sir Wilfrid Liim-ier..  "It is not-the- Conservative party  that has deserted its principles," declared Mr. Shatford 'mid applause.  "The Liberalsjdeserted 'ieir principles  and stole the Conservative platform of  protection, and (o������ this reciprocity  treaty of theirs I may say in all justice that never in the history of civili-  zation was tlie.reriCybargairi more uncalled for. Protection is the life blood  of the. nation. It has made the United  States the great country it is today,  and now we are asked to destroy that  very thing which has ni-ide our Dominion the most prosperous country in  the world.  ill  , Tlie 'money is safe in the Bank th-'ui in your ) souse  or in yOur pocket. A Checking- Account provide-, m. sal;o  and convenient way ol: paying* your hills, as each check  issued returns to you as a receipt. A Saving's <-n.-fount''  keeps growing* all the time because interest i- added  twice a, year.    Call at  The Bank of Britisli North America  and talk to the manager about it  75 Years in Businesi  Hedley Branch,  Capital arid Reserve Over $7,500,606"  H. A Hincks, Manager  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Sept 1(5,  1911: .  AT THE MINE.  Maximum Minimum  SeplO            .   '       --        -- ���������  11 .. ��������� ���������  12 .. ���������        .. ���������  18  14 ��������� ���������  ig     ::    -   :: ,   -  Average maximum temperature���������. -  Average 'minimum do        ���������.  Mean temperature ���������.���������  Rainfall for the week    0.35 inches.  'Snowfall        "        " '0.0  COit!'I*Sl'ONDIKG WEEK OK LAST YEAlt  Highest maximum temperature 67.  Average maximum do 56.71  Lowest minimum do  A vera ireminimum do  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^���������������������������������������������^  ��������� ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR ���������  Used by Millions and Acknowledged  : to be the Best  NEW SHIPMENT JUST IN  40 lb Bags, $2,25 2U lb .Bags, s 1.15  OGILVIES ROLLED OATS  40 lb Bag, $1.90  20 lb Bug, $1.00  8 lb Bag. 50c  :  :  :  :  A Limited Supply of very good  Potatoes Sit per iob lbs, $2.75  4> Curlew Butter,  always Fresh and Sweet, 45c lb.  fShatfords,  Ltd  Men n  SeplO  11  12  13  14  15  "TO  SS.  32.85  44.78  "PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT"  * .'-.'���������,    ;do  AT THE MILL.  IVIaxiii'nini        .Minimum       72 ...   ..    46  ...     80 . 48    '  09 .. 50  ���������:. 'ir   "03 ..    ". 48x  OS       ''..'       42  00 .. 42  .. .,v: SB 42  Average maximum temperature 66.85  Averageminimum do 45.42  Mean ,     "     ' do 56.13  Rainfall for the week  0.2!) inches  Snowfall       " " '."      0.  COaKKsi'OXDING  WKEIC OH" LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 81  Average do do 73.28  Lowest minimum '   do. 35  Average do '.. do 42.14  .V.-an * {"��������� do   :       57.71  ���������  ������  t  ���������  County Court of Yale  A   SITTING of the County  Court  of Yale  xv     will bo holdeh at tho  Court House. Kere-  nuiosCentre, on Tuesday the 10th flay of October, 1911, at eleven o'eloek in tho forenoon.  .JAS. K. BROWN  Registrar County Court of Yale.  Heavy draft horses bought in Buffalo at $245 per head formed pare of a,  .shipment- along with a similar grade  of horses bought sit Lucarr in Middlesex county, Ontario, which an Ontario  horse dealer was sending to the Canadian west. On the Buffalo horses he  had to pay $50 per head duty making  those U. S. horses stand him $295 per  head while the Lucan horses stood  him $312 per head. The U. S. horses  were more showy than the others and  for that reason were better .sellers.  And yet Laurier didn't know any better than   to tell farmers  at  Stratford,  T-TIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor- in  J-J- Council has been pleased to appoint the  Honourable Albert Edward McPliillips, K. C.  President of the Executive Council; the Honourable Price Ellison, Minister of Finance:  Charles Henry Luirrin, of the City of Victorin,  Esquire; and William Harold Malkin. of the  City of Vancouver, Esquire, to be Commissioners under tho "Public Inquiries Act" for the  purpose of enquiring; into and reporting upon  the operation of the '"Assessment Act l'KM.  with respect to its practical bearing on the  financial requirements of the Province.  The said Commissioners will hold their meetings on the dates and at the places mentioned  hereunder, namely  Victoria at the Executive Council Chamber,  Parliament buildings, Monday and Tuesday,  ���������������������������i'th and iM'th .September- at 10 a. m. At the  Court house or the Government ottieoat the  following places:���������  Xiuiaiino,  Wednesday and  Thursday,   27th  and 28th September.  DVancouver,   Friday and Saturday, 29th and  ���������"Otli September.  New Westminster, Monday, 2nd October.  Revelstoke, Wednesday. 1th October.  Golden, Thursday, 5th October,  Cranbrooke, Saturday, 7th October  Fernie, Monday, i)th October  Nelson, Wednesday 11th October  Rossland, Thursday, 12th October  Grand Forks, Friday IStli October  Princeton, Saturday I Ith October  Merritt, Monday, Kith October  Kamloops. Tuesday 17th' October  Summerland, Thursday, li'tli October  Penticton, Friday 20 October  Kelowna, Saturday, 21st October.  Vernon, Monday. 28rd October.  It is requested that all persons who are intn  estedin the matter aforesaid, and who desi;  to be heard, will not fail to be present at tit  mcctiugs of the Commifisioners.  PRICK ELLISON,  Chairman,  Treasury Department, 13th September, 1911.  NOTICE  FRUIT JARS  As  we have  had considerable  expeaience in handling fruit  jars, we can conscientiously recoramend  the new American Sealer  _MQlden State Mason  as the only absolutely perfect sealer Oil thes marlcei,.   No new  cays required.    Opening same width as sealer,-and  therefore easy to clean. No clamps required  a child can .,open and close them.  On Sale at . .' ; .���������-:  Schtibert's Supply Stores  Hedley and Tulameen,  ���������������������������^������>-<  ���������������������������������������������^ ���������  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO. I  PRINCETON, B. C.  Make the  NOTED HOP GOLD BEER  SIMrLICAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DlSTIUCT OK VALE  'j'   ICE notice that I, Lome Stanley Coleman,  1        nf  rCcrcineos.  rancher,  intends to apply  f<>i   permission to purchase the following tics-  c   'it'll lands  iiimeiicing at. a post planted about 10 chs.  i if  thos. e. corner of Lot2!ls, thence south  a ���������-itGO chains ton point(iU feet north of the  L ''-i-iiivtional boundary'line, thence west 20  i-i. i us. thence north OOchains, thence oast 20  c' -.us to point of commencement, containing  ly   acres more or less.  LORN I-* STANLEY COLEMAN  A- .   ist 17th, 1011  1;:  When   writing   Adversers     Please  Mention the Gazette.  : iie Supreme Court of British Colnmbia  In Probate  In the Matter of Michael Sullivan,  deceased  and  ���������e Matter of the "Official Administrators' Act"  ICE is hereby given that by an order  made by His Honour, F. B. Gregory,  . ���������! of this Honorable Court, dated the IWtli  n-iist. A. ]). 1911, the undersigned was ap-  ��������� -I   Administrator of all and singular the  ��������� and oH'oets of the above namctTMichncl  ��������� hi, late of Fairview, in the Similkameen  hi of Yale district, in the Province of  i Columbia, deceaeed, who died inter-  mi   or about the 3rd clay of September,  . !!.(W.  ���������crsons having claims against the estate  said deceased  are required  to send the  \vith  the parf.iuulars thereof, duly veri-  ��������� ) the undersigned on   or before the First  ��������� i November, 1911, and all persons indebt-  tho said deceased arc required to pay the  i. nt of such indebtedness to the undcrsign-  . tli with.  ed this 11th day of September, A.D. 1911.  JOSKPH A. BROWN.  Keremeos, 13. C.  I    Administrator for   tho Similkameen  Division of Yale District.  THEIR NOTED HALF AND HALF  (HALF STOUT AND PORTER)  is a Winner.  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.   Comprising ioo Acres  'Largest growers of Nursery Stock in British Colnmbia.    All -tock wintered in our cellars and no damger of bnring winter killed trees.  Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Or-hards.  NOTICE  Water Notice  SiMiLICAMEKN LAND DISTRICT.  Distkict of Yai.k.  TAKK Notice that Robert James MeCurdy,  J- of Keremeos, occupation',-, road foreman,  intends to apply'for permission to purchase 100  acres of land, bounded as follows:  Commencing ata post planted about SO chains  north of tho main- Ashnola river, about T8!|  miles from its mouth and one chain north of  trail, thence west 40 chains, thence south 10  chains, thence cast 10 chains; thence north W  chains to point of commencement.  ROBERT JAMES McCURDv  IT. C N. Etches, agent.  July 12th, 1911- '������M0  County Court of Yale  A SITTING of the County Court of Yale will  be held in Fraternity Hall, Hodley, on  Wednesday, October 11th, at 2 o'clock p. in.  By Command  HUGH HUNTER  Registrar County Court.  I, Joshua Wilson, of Hedley. miner, give notice that on the 21st day of Sep ember. I intend  to apply to the Water Comm^sionor- at Fair-  view for a licence to take aa' u^o 2 cubic feet  of water per second from a small stream flowing from the side of the mouin.tin and coming  to the"surface alibut 2">0 feet imrth of the'north  boundary line of pre-emption \'o 7('0s, in Similkameen division of Yale Disr Hot. THo:Wfiter  is .to be tttkeii from tho stri-. m at the point  where it comes to the surface 'iid is to be us-crt  for pre-emption No. 7(Hls for in 'gation purposes  JOSHNA WILSON  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT OK VAI.K  rPAICE Notice that T. Alexander Georg'o Har-  ���������*��������� voy, of New ..WestminMoi-, occupation,  mcchftni'c' intend to apiily fur permission to  purchase 1H0 acres of land, bou nded as follows.  Commencing at a post plant.'d ahoutO chains  north of tho main Ashnola ri ver anil about 17  miles from its mouth, and adjoining 11. C. N.  Etches pro-einptioii. thence east HO chains;  thence south 20 chains: thoneo west 80 chains  thence north 20 chains to point of Commencement.  ALEXANDER GKl). HARVEY  IT. C. N. Etches, agent  July 12th, 1911. 0-10 THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, SEPT al, 1911.  Town and Distrid.  Poll opens  to-day   at 9 a.   in  closes at 5 p. m.  Kettle River Pioneers niet at Midway on the 14th.  ���������  Charlie Reyeley went to  the coast  last week on a business trip.  There was a four inch coating of the  beautiful up at the mine- the other  morning.  Yale-Cariboo is the largest -'.constituency ' in Canada, containing 107,000  square miles.  M. X. Kodgers is expected in shortly when he will take, his family back  with him to Seattle.  Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Joyner returned  last  wevk from  a   two  months' visit  -with friends in Eastern Ontario,  -   Miss McKinnon arrived last week  from   the east on a visit to her uncle  .and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. McKinnon.  i    G. H. Broughton,  surveyor, of Pen-  .ticton,  was in town hist week doing  - some  work in this vicinity for Jack  - McLean.  Hairy Hose's road gang were engaged during the past week widening the  grade on the Princeton road going up  to Pinto Flat.  Political prognosticators in Ottawa  are figuring it out that Borden will  have a comfortable majority; over  Liberals and Nationalists combined.  The first frost of the season in Hedley occurred on Sunday night, the  roofs and board walks on Monday  morning showing a coat of white-  Jack Raitor, G. N. R. agent at Hedley, went out last week on a very important mission. He is expected back  shortly with a better fifty per cent.  The thermometers up at the mine  are out of commission and hence the  weather report from the upper station  will be shy for a few weeks until new  ones come along.  In view of the tremendous import  of the present - election campaign  which makes it the most vital for  twenty years, there should be no need  for apology for the extent to which it  has monopolized space. But the agony  is now over and things will settle hack  into the old order.  Rev*.  A. H.   Cameron  doesn't claim  """'"""   to be a, broncho buster but he perform-  and   edaseryice  in that line on Saturday  j last that might give him some qualification in that direction.  .;.'���������'. H. A. Hincks, local manager of.the  Bank of B. N. A., is taking his holidays at the 'coast, being relieved on  Friday last by Mi- D. M. McPherson,  of the Rossland stall', and will be absent three weeks. '���������'.������������������  There isn't any.Kellett yarns about  railway building in the Similkameen  this time. Why'*' Because it is not a  deferred election in Yale-Cariboo this  time and the Jim Hill push can't tell  which way the cat's going to jump.  The Rev. J. Williams will hold his  monthly services at Hedley, Sunday  2-tth, in Fraternity hall as follows : ���������  11 a. in., morning prayer, holy communion; sermon, subject: "The Glories  of the Cross." 8 p. m.. evensong and  sermon, subject: "Why should we  -Worship God."    All cordially invited.  The tracklayers are slowly but surely "getting down the rails beyond  Princeton and it will not be very long  now until it will be "all aboard for  Coahnont." The pile-driver went east  the olhei" day which. is evidence all  ,the bridges on the way have been attended to so far as their under-pinning  is concerned.  All perishable goods should be advertised specifically, and immediately  on their receipt. Dealers in Hedley  handling fruit and vegetables have  had stock left on their hands to spoil  just because people didn't know they  had them. The general statement  "Fruit in Season" doesn't carry with  it the necessary purchasing conviction.  The recent rains have brought up  the water supply in Twenty-mile "lake  and there is at present more water  available than there has been at this  time for many* years past. From all  appearance there is a possibility that  pumping may not be nrcessary during  the coming winter and if at all, the'  period is likely to be short.  It is leported'that Tommy Daly has  signed up with the Spokane team of  .the Northwest League for next season, us a member of the pitching staff.  A season or two in professional corn-  pan v will make Dal y one of the strong  est pitchers in that league, for he has  the curves, the speed and command,  ;ind is no slouch of a sticker himself.  ���������Oroville Gazette.  The, OroWile/Gazette says that salmon have commenced running in the  Siinilkanieeii.river, aiid uien and''hoys  are shooting a.t them as they cross the  shallows. The proper kind of recipro-  cicy which should engage'the chaps at  Ottawa would be to let this'-.part of  British Columbia have, some of those  salmon free of duty by having a fish  ladder put in at those falls down in  Washington.  The' actions, of ; sundry itinerant  Dominion government officials who  have been through hero lately, have  been unwise to say the least. If they  have legitimate business to attend to  it would be well for* them to go after  it and leave politics alone They  shouldn't forget that their friends at  Ottawa set a precedent for dealing  with far lighter offences and the chopping block was called into use in some  cases'for trumped-up charges.  At Ed. Burr's blacksmith shop may  be seen samples of clover, alsike and  alfalfa grown on the ranch of George  Cahill at "Camp l-U-*"t", on the mountain' side above Hedley, the, altitude  being 3,500.feet above sea level. Some  of the alfalfa stalks were over six feet  in length and all the grasses were over-  three feet. This shows that, these altitudes are all light for fanning purposes and there are snug farm's yet to  be had fi.i' the staking- in this immediate vicinity.  Mr. Raymond'!*]. Ward, of Vancouver, . agent, for the East Princeton  townsite i> in town this week accompanied hy D. G. MeCurdy, local agent.  Mr. Ward is one of the Vancouver  real estate men who can see something  outside of Vancouver, and in East  Princeton he has a proposition which  will commend itself to the investing  public, especially in the Siinilkaineen  valley where buyers will have, an opportunity to know what they are getting. Willi trade conditions undisturbed, as we believe they will be after-  today, there is every encouragement  for investment.  SAME BEELZEBUB  (Lodge)  Hedley ha.- a new church organ and  one  more arc 'light,.but the printing  office has the same old devil.",  ;��������� GET BUSY, YOU CHAPS  If ever there was a time when manufacturers and men ought to get together it is now.  THK REAL OBJ HOT OF THE  GRAIN GROWERS OF THE WEST,  as they have declared over aiid over  again,, is not open markets to sell in,  BUT OPEN MARKETS TO BUY fN,  and they 11 tn.'ike short work of Sir-  Wilfrid Laurier, if he does not give it  to them. They've got him going.now  and he'llhave to go the whole hog.  And he will, if the manufacturers and  their men do m>L get together and  vote against reciprocity to a finish.    .  Don't let a few bell-wethers among  you who happen to be Grits, sacrifice  you on the altar of Grittism.  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP HEDLEY  WATCH IT GROW  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley 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.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.,  F. H.' French j Secretary and Manager  HEDLEY, B.C.  ���������  ���������  ���������  i'.CH  AST  RESOURCE  ���������    surrounding    -    -    -  RINCETO  S  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  The New City with the Payroll  gives you the opportunity for one of the  SOUNDEST INVESTMENTS  in British Columbia.  City Lots are being offered for Sale for the first time.    It is inevitable that the value of these lots will Greatly Increase.  Here are some of the reasons.  East Princeton is surrounded by huge deposits of coal,  cement, copper, gold, and other important minerals.  The British Columbia Portland Cement Co. is erecting  a half a million dollar plant which will employ between 300  and 400 men.  The United Empire Co. is shipping a lignite coal of the  best quality and is developing immense copper deposits, requiring large reduction works and several hundred employees.  The Princeton Coal and Land Co.  is increasing its daily  shipments to 300 tons of coal, providing employment to  about .150 men. Other coal companies are spending over  $2,000,000 in development, and will snve work to at least  1000 men.  For transportation, East Princeton will have, in the near  future, the Great Northern and the Kettle Valley lines, both  of which, will pass through the townsite.  East Princeton is beautifully situated on the Similka-  meen river, with an abundance of water power available. The  new city has every factor for growth into a big industrial  centre.    It presents a rare opportunity for investment.  Get Full Particulars immediately  D. G. MeCurdy, R. E. Ward,  Princeton, B. C. Pacific Blk., Vancouver, B. C.  ���������  ���������  ���������  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. SEPT 21, 1911.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen��������� Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Mrs. Sam Ma nary, of Siinilkaineen,  is visiting friends in town.  Mrs. Daly and family and George  Allison left on Friday for a hunting  trip up the Ashnola.  How little some people'appreciate  the franchise which is the privilege of  every citizen to exercise.  Mrs. Lowe has completed the stile  of her property and will move into  town to reside for the winter.  Don't forget to call around to Crook-  er-'s bargain' hardware sale. He has  some first-class wood and coal heaters;  Though the hunting season is' just  in Joe Marcel has already secured two  fine mowitch dressing 217 and 170'lbs.  D. Levans and W. F. Dods, 'of. Armstrong, were in town a few .days during the 'past- week looking over the  district.  F. B. Gibson has commenced the  erection of a temporary house on his  lot "just south of town and adjoining  the park.  The provincial hydrographic survey  party under chief Grey Donald, of  Victoria, have lately been working  the district.  Mrs. Dr. McEwen and Miss Ethel  Bromley left for the north to take in  the Vernon fair. We hope they don't  come home.broke.  The K. K. K. will meet at the home  of Mrs. Keeler- on September to consider the opening and organizing for  the winter season;  r The W. C. T. TJ. gave a very successful social <rt the home, of Mrs.  Keeler. Everyone came away pleased.  We wish them success in the work.  E. D. Boeing, of Hedley, came to  town this week and, assisted by Ed;  Lee, is doing some necessary repairs  on the traffic bridge west of town.  Mr. Fred Prosser and family, of  Princeton, were in town Friday-on  their way out of the valley. Fred  found things too quiet in the valley  and is going back to Calgary.'  C. V. Prosser who has been at the  coast for the past year, ,has returned  to Princeton and in partnership with  Mr. Thompson, of Princeton, has  taken over the business there.  Mrs. Kirby is making extensive alterations on the hotel Keremeos which  will greatly improve the convenience  and accommodation of this popular  hostelry. F. McLean has the work in  hand. ,v,    ;. :"  An elderly gentleman sent out by  the Fisheries Department to investigate complaints from Keremeos  against the 'pollution of .the ���������' Similka-.  meen river by the Daly Reduction  works at Hedley, passed up the valley  the latter part of last week.  W. R. Hope, who has been assisting  the Customs in Greenwood for the  past two months, returned hist Fri  day. From a political standpoint Will  says Greenwood is a lively burg, but  otherwise i*"- has not much over Keremeos.  The .Juvenile. Bostonians will be in  'Keremeos on the evening of Wednesday 27th inst. The company is reported to be better than before. We hope  there will Uv a. good turnout to hear  those talented little folks. Reserved  seats on sale with J. J. Armstrong.  There was a number- of dissappoint-  ed men at the depot on Friday, for  when the train pulled in from the  upper valley it was found that the  number of passengers for Penticton  was more than the auto stages could  accommodate. Among them was H.  A. Hincks. manager of the bank at  Hedley, who was on his way out to  the coast for a holiday. They made  the drive by Welby's stage route, the  old reliable.  THEY KEEP COMING  THE    BIG    STORE  f  I  x  i  x  ������  i  i  x  i  i  X  i  I  i  t.  Cash  August  Groceries 5 % off  Furniture 10 % off  &&& Our Bargain Table  Dry Goods 10 % off  Hardware 10 % off  Yes. Cash Always brings Better Values  for both the Store and the customers. Our Goods  are not shelf worn.    A car load of feed just in.  V^oijr Order Please  I  %  I  i  X  *  X  I  K  I  s  X  V  Sk  *  AAAAAAAAAAAA^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA^AAAA^  FV'J.' SAUVE &  CO  i  X  'AT IT HERE SIIICE 1900'.  rentiGton-Keremeos  AUTO STAGE  j^erSJow  fr  ->'���������- _.  IMKEyOURMOriEy  WORK TOO:,  with us the* vmifWfmr  4ZlliTEHE5T WHICH (  WECREPITMOnTHLy :]  /irip nonE> IS RETURPI-  /ible on otmnv  AS QUICKLY A 5 THEI-MILS  Cflfl CARRY IT. ���������..,  PEOPLE JUST/IS CfflREFUL  7?M0CflirnMJSrt5  you Ciin be,  /IREWEIJ^PLEflSEP;  mO THORDUGHLr  SATISFIED,  with the wmriwiioi,  OUR BUSIMESS IS  TRANSACTED-fl BUSINESS  Mrtf-HGED BY PEOPLE OF  M/ITUREPEXPERIEflCE  &H)lpinTg6������ITXi  BFovm,mM Mi  yOUR f*iME tfrtPPRBSSX  WlliPROMPTI^ BRin6WU  rUlA-lliTORM^TION;  VvtlfE Til,  sHouLpyoutwvE/iriy  F\mttG\f\L BUSINESS m  V/IMGOUVER-VICimn,  RENTS TO COUECT,  /KJREEMENT5F0RSi1LEor  MORTGAGES TO ISOMPTER  /UWCOLi-EGT,  FIREIM5URi1flCET0PWCE  LETUS/ITTEMPTOIT.  WE ARE PLEASING  OTHERS WE Wlli-BE SURE  TO PLEASE YOU.  321 CambLe Stmt  pVaivcoviver B.C.<^  Makes, the round  trip between  Keremeos and Penticton -"  eA*eryday and  Meets All Trains & Boats  Making  Close Connections and  Affording Rapid Transit  AVe sort of skate, through life,  and on thin ice. Every now and  then some poor fellow disappears  through an air-hole.  Brother, if you do not use Five  Roses Flour you are skating on  thin ice and it's .the yeasty deep  for you.  If not pleased your money back  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  No Driver allowed to handle  car who does not thoroughly  understand his car and must  exercise greatest care at all  times.  Fare $6.00.   Return $10.00  S. M. STUDEBAKER  ���������������'^������l?*Wt������^������^������MW,n������MMW,^^,WMM?������tlt  KEREflEOS  MEAT   MARKET  ;:    f'./Fresh; Fish  Every Thursday  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  9  0  0  0  0  0  0.  0  0  t&  FIGURE OUT  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Can ��������� you do better with your, savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous, than by investing them at home in < something. that is as  safe as the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  We  offer no  land but what has  the  water already on it  1     - 1 < ���������   *��������� ��������� *  Fruit Lots of any size to suit your means;  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B.C.  ������  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  &  0  El CROOKEP  ytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAA*  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS '-BROKERAGE,  FIRE INSURANCE -  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE.  OFFICE - KEREMEOS, B.C.  .I.J*!" ;(*i  Hotel Keremeoa  Opposite G. N. K. Station  PUBLIC HIGHWAYS  MRS.   A. F; KIRBY,   Proprietress.  Provinck of BKiTisirCoLuAiiiiA  "[VJOTICKis'.lier-cby- givci'l that ;'������tllPublic High-  J~> woys'.'-iii. irnorganized Districts, and all  Main Trunk Roads in organized districts arc  sixty-sixfeet wide, andhaye'a'\yidth of thirty-  three'feet on each side of; tlie mean straight  centre line of the travelled road.  THOMAS TAYLOR  28-1:1 ' Minister of Public Works  Department of Public Works  Victoria. B C���������-July 7th lail. ���������,;���������..���������  t  Going.  Kcrcmcos-Fcnticton Mail Stajre.  The number of Liberals who cannot  stomach reciprocity is increasing all  the tinii.-, and the increase has been  most rapid during the past week.  The Vernon News thus speaks of  another;  "Dad" .Simpson, formerly editor of  the Oranbi'ook Herald-, and at one  time Liberal organizer for the party  in the interior, is now .stumping the  Kamloops riding in the interests of  Martin Burrell, and is making .strong  anti-reciprocity speeches.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos 'it noon.  W. E. VVki.hv. Proprietor.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting* of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kl'K'ISMKOS, B.C.  WITICX WRITING ADVKim.SKR.S PLEASE  "MENTION   THIS TAPER  The Elections are now over but the Clearing Sale  is now now at  E. M. Crooker's Hardware Store,  Special Bargains in  COAL AND WOOD HEATERS  of which we have a Large and Complete Stock  EVERY DAY BARGAIN DAY  Everyteing must go regardless of price.    Come on and get some of the  Bargains while they last.  ���������  ���������  r  ��������� .*  ��������� ���������:  ���������  ���������


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