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 azett  AND SIMILKAMElllMVEETISER.  Volume VIII.  HEDLEY, B.C., THUftSDA^MEPTEMBEK 10. 1912.  jSr umber  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  118 years'pi-iictieo in Vancouver.!  ���������S. 0. Ii; Co.'s IJ LOCK  PENTICTON,      -      ���������  B. C  ALL MARKING TIME  I Kettle  Valley Will Confine Its  Work in  the Hope Section to Making  of Surveys.  REACHES TORONTO  //*?\/,'M\/-'W'/W<  ^JmS.GLmRKE  U/atchmaker  HEDLEY.B.C.  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  \  R. W. DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches,"Properties,- Mines,, Timber,  Water Powers  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C  N*. THOMPSON. PHONESKYMOUH 59IS  MGK. WKSTKRN CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices and Warehouse, 817-0*' I'catty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands'of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  Hedley    rimers'    and    Hill men's  Union, No. 161, W. F. of M.  Regular mooting* of the Hedley Local, No.  Kit aro held on the first mid third Wednesday  in the month in fraternity hall and the second  and fourth Wednesday at the X. P. Mine  O. M. STKVKNS T. R. ���������WlT.LEY  President Kin -Secretary.  No mutter what-hurry they may  display elsewhere in the building of  new railways there, is some tiling about  the work between here' and the (.-oust  which seems to paralyze the efforts of  all the companies.  The announcement was .made a  month ago or more, that all the. bids  were, in for a section of 42 miles beyond (Joalmont on the V. V. A: E. and  ^hat the awarding of the contract was  only a matter 'of hours, but so far it  does not appear that any contract has  been let. AH the building beyond  Coalinont is in a regiiin 'whei-u deep  silow prevails, and one week now  should be worth more than a fortnight  a little later on, yt-tahe good weather-  is allowed to go past and .nothing is  being done.  For a while it was believed that the  Kettle. Valley would have the effect -of  ^purring them up and especially so  when the latter road seemed to be  making fairly good progress with  their work both in the Okanagan and  over on the AVest Fork, of Kettle  liver. Now, however, it appears that  the engineering staff around Princeton have been called off and the West  Yale Review says:  "The work of the Kettle Valley  Railway .Company in Hope district,  between now and next spring will be  confined to the final surveying of the  line down the Coquihalla. Mr. C."j.~  Seymour, engineer, has taken up headquarters in Hope. He arrived over  the trail on Wodnesdav."  Transcontinental   Auteist  Reports   Progress���������Trip Devoid of Adventure so Far ''  New Westminster^.: Sept. Otli.���������MV.  Thomas Wilby, tliw'ltvaiiscciiitineiil.al  motorist whb is making the journey  from Halifax to Vancouver Island under tiie-auspices of tli^Oanadian Highway Association, reached Toronto  early yesterday evening.  The trip while it ini.s not been witli-  Out incidents has btiun lacking in adventure up to date.-aTIio roads in the  old settled proyinces''of Nova Scotia,  New Brunswick, Qujjbec and Ontario,  have not provided -iijygrea.t obstacles  in the way of the pathfinder, and he  has made r-eniarkab!.',-. good time considering the season lihthe year.  A summary of the i-pute followed by  Mr. Wilby shows tln]t he has deviated  from the proposed vC}in.-idian highway  in several places,. djic no doubt to  other highways haying a. better surface at the present "iihue. 'Although  speed is not one iif the objects of Mr.  Wilby making the trip, the necessity  of reaching the  Pacific coast  as soon  A BIG CONTRACT  Construction Awarded From  Vancouver  to Fort George for Over Sixteen Millions  as possible is apparent  Spokane, , Sept. 7.���������Foley. Welch it  Stewart, the Spokane. Vancouver, li,  C, and, St. Paul coutraetois. have  been awarded a $10,000,000 railroad  contract by the Grand Trunk Pacific  railway. -        c  The plans call for building-from  Vancouver, B.-0.,' to the Grand Trunk  Pacific at Fort George, a distance of  HIS miles. This is one of the largest  individual railroad contracts over  awarded in the AVest, and exceeds any  similar- contract in recent year.-. Included in the. projected line is some of  the heaviest building on the American continent.  GENERAL NEWS  HINCKS-JOHNSON  THE LATE MRS; MARCOTTE  A. F. & A. M.  '__���������- REGULAR -jiioritWj-ijnootiiigs^Qf;  Hedley Lodge-No. *3, A. F. & A.M.,  ' are held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hull. Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  MAKING IT BITE  Phoenix   Applies   Inderdict  Clauses   of  New Liquor Act  S. E. HAfllLTON,  W. M  ARTHUR CLARE,  Secretary  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Cam-) meets in  Fraternity Hall the llrst and  third Thursdays in the month.  A. Clakk E. H. Simpson  Connsel Clerk.  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1741 arc held on  the third Monday in every  "*SS������SiS!U&'������'monf;1i i" Fraternity Hall. Visiting brcthern arc cordially invited to attend.  IT. J. JONES, W. JM,  WM. LONSDAfiK. .Sect.  DR. J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville. 1st  to 14th of each month.  Office on North   Main   Street.  NORJLEY F. TUNBRIDGE  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  evening, summoned George Stanfieid,  of the Provincial Police, to the neighborhood of Spion Kop, where he discovered a certain interdict fighting,  and otherwise making himself obnoxious to the inhabitants of that suburb.  The sequel or sequels was seen the  following day in the police court when  the unruly one appeared before Justice  of the Peace, Wm. Delahny, who  levied a "fine of twenty dollars and  costs.  The end, however, was not yet. for  the offender was further charged with  being drunk, his name being on the  list of those to whom is barred the  taste of whisky. Under the new clause  in the Liquor Law Amendment Act,  the magistrate exercised his extended  powers and on the prisoner refusing  to divulge the name of the friend who  supplied him with the forbidden product, inflicted an additional of twenty  plunks. This is the first application  of the new law in Phoenix.���������Phoenix  Pioneer.  The Sirnilkameoii rStar- has the following ������������������reference to the death of .Mrs.  Louis Mareotte: V  "On the'morn'jng 'of the 12th. inst.,  the wife of Louis JV. Mareotte, of  Coalinont, died at ^he home of her  parents, Mr/ ahtlf Mjs. C. Sellisler. at  Princeton. The deceased young lady  was well known, hjiving spent her  school days' here, ami later was identified with the social life of the town.  Many friends and relatives will mourn  the departure of the^young wife, -married about a year, who gave so much  promise of a sphere' pf usefulness and  happy home life. Death followed con-  fin.eiuout .rfanj[LA\Vi-^7S^ldeiv and . unexpected.- The whole community syni-  pathize with the bereaved husband  and relatives."  The funeral was held on Saturday  afternoon on the return of Mr. Schiss-  ler, father of the deceased, who was  absent at the time. The attendance  was very large and mam* floral offerings from Princeton. Hedley, Coalinont and other points attested the  esteem in which deceased was held.  A copy of the Birmingham News is  to hand  from which  we take  the following paragraphs omitting a column  or more  made no of names  of guests  and   wedding   presents.     The.   paragraphs  reproduced here   will  interest  many in Hedley.  The News society reporter says:  "Seldom   has greater   interest been  manifested  in   a  local wedding than  was the case  on Tuesday, when at All  Saints', Kings Heath. Miss Nora Johnson, second  daughter of Dr. and Mrs.  C J. B.  Johnson,   Rocl'inount. Kings  Heath,   was  married   to  Mr.  Harold  Austin  Hincks. fourth son of Dr. and  Mrs. T.S. Hawkesford Hincks, of Hay,  Herefordshire. The parish church was  filled to its utmost capacity, while outside   an   equally  large   concourse   of  people  waited  to witness  the arrival  and  departure of the bride,   who has  been most popular in the parish.    Formally  years past Miss Nora Johnson  has taken a very active part in church  ���������work���������as a Sunday school teacher, as  cnief distrihuCoi of^the'Plti-is^Mrtga-*  zine.  also as  a leading spirit in the  Girls*  Friendly Society, and a district  visitor.  "The service was choral, and Mr. W.  G. Thomas, who was at the organ,  gave a recital prior to the ceremony.  The Vicar (the Rev. W. J. Roxburgh,  M. A.) officiated, assisted by the Revs.  A. Car-dross   Grant and  F. A. Robin-  The Canadian Rank of. C'oniinerec is  opening a branch at Rock deck. B. <_'.  Doukhohours in Kootenay threaten  to start in and assassinate Canada's  rulers.  The Dominion Trades and Labor  congiess asks for the repeal of the  Leinieux Act.  The city of Dulutlr is in the hands of  a mob of street car strikers and their  sympathizers.  Many railway Iaboreis on 0. N. R.  construction an; being drowned in the  Fraser canyon.  Col. Hughes. Canadian Minister of  Militia, has been attending the French  a.i-iny inanoeuvers.  The Grand .Trunk Pacific is reported  to have purchased the White Pass  and Yukon railway.  The latest estimate from Ottawa of  the crop for this year places the wheal  yield at 200,000.000 bushels.  British Columbia livestock carries  off many prizes at .the Dominion exhibition and other eastern fairs.  Lord Aylmer will command the  Nelson Veterans at the reception to  the Duke of Connaught in that city.  Attorney General Bowser has been  hiintinir big game in East Kootenay  and proven himself a mighty niirirod.  The report of Joseph Chamberlain's ���������  critical condition and approaching end  appeals to have been grossly exaggerated.  The missing gunmen wanted for the  Rosenthal murder in New York have  been secured and are now in confinement.  Vancouver baseball team in the  Northwestern league appear to be  hopelessly sure of third place in die  running.  Nova Scotia  cadets are the winners  of the  King's prize given to Imperial  cadets.fotv marksmanship.     A British  teciin took second with ten points be^- -~;  hind.  son.     The   chancel   had    been    verv  CARD OF THANKS  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINKKK a.vu HUITLSH  OOLUMJUA LAND Sl'KVKVOR  Star Building  Princeton  HILLIARD'S  BARBER     SHOR  FOll AX EASY .SHAVE  HOT & COLD BATHS  Next door north of Grand Union Hotel  W. H. T. GAHAN  Hamster. Solicitor, Etc.  MONEY  TO   LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  W1IKN WRITING ADVEItTISEl'S, JM.KASE  MENTION   THIS "PA'PKIt  LOOKS LIKE BUSINESS  The C. P. R. steamer Castlegar plying on Okanagan Lake recently landed at Naramatta sixteen box cars loaded with contractors' outfit and supplies for work on the section between  Penticton and the summit to the east.  The outfits and supplies have since  been teamed to various points cast  and north of Penticton. The K. V.  arc; publishing tin; necessary notice of  the riling of profile and reference books  at Kamloops for this portion of their  io ute.  OLD PIONEER DIES  Harry Seydel. an old pioneer of the  upper Okanagan. who has been in the  valley to the north of Vernon since  1871 was found dead a few days ago  on the ranch of L. Norris near-'Vernon where he had been staying alone  looking after the ranch. It is thought  that he had been overcome with heart  failure and the body had lain many  days before being discovered. He was  a very prominent figure in the early  days of the settlement and served the  community in many public capacities,  being the first clerk of the municipality of Spalluinclieen, which elected its  first council  about twenty years ago.  The sincere thanks of myself and  the parents of my deceased wife are  extended the many friends at Hedley  who so tenderly gave of their sympathy, expressed in words and deeds,  in our-i-ecent bereavement.  L. N.'JMarcottk  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following arc the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Sept. If, 1912:  AT THE  MINE.  Sep  Maximum  Minimum  s  oO  80  0  50        .  32  10  01  31  11  07        .  40  12  60  -16  13  of)  -HI  14  Til  38  Average maximum temperature00.2S  Average minimum do        3(5.71  Mean temperature 48.-10  Rainfall for the week    0.3   inches.  Snowfall  C'OKKI'Sl'ONDING WEEK OK LAST YEAH  Highest maximum temperature ���������.  Average maximum do ���������.  Lowest minimum do  Average minimum do ���������.  Mean  Sep  Penticton  now  has a school attendance of 200.  1  do  ���������.  AT  THE "MILL.  Maximum  M  nimum  s  t   t  07  50  <>  72  44  111  77  -10  11  SO  -IS  12  SI  .")()  13  SI  47  14  73  30  Average maximum temperature 70.28  Average minimum do 40.2S  Mean do 01.28  Rainfall for the week    .01    inches  Snowfall        '���������        "       0.00  COKIiKSl'O.VIUNC  WKKIv OK  LAST  VKAK  Highest maximum temperature SO  Average do do 60.S:">  Lowest minimum do 42.  Average do do 45.42  Mean do .")0.13  Australia, appears to be outbidding  Canada for English emigrants.  prettily  decorated with white flowers  by the   u.einbers of the   All   Saint's  Branch of the Girls' Friendly Society.  "The bride  who was given away by  her father, was charmingly attired in  ivory cloth,   the lace   corsage   being  draped with! ninon.     She wore a large  white tegal hat .trimmed with ostrich  plumes;  carried a bouquet composed  of  white roses, carnations,   etc., arid  wore a   diamond    and   aqua   marine  brooch,   both  the gifts of the bridegroom.   Miss Millicent .Johnson, sister  of  the  bride,   as bridesmaid,  wore a  dress of white and pink  ninon,  and  pink *hat.    Her bouquet  was of pink  carnations,  and she also wore a gold  bracelet watch, the  gift of  the bridegroom.     Dr. A. Cecil Hincks. brother  of   the   bridegroom,   was   best   man.  The hymn "Lead us   Heavenly Father  lead  us" was  sung as  the  bride and  bridegroom walked up the aisle, while  at  the  end  of the service   the  hymn  was   "-0    Perfect    Love,    all    human  thought    transcending",  and   as   the  couple left  the altar to sign the register in the  vestry the Wedding March  was played.  ������������������A pretty scene was enacted after  lire service, Sunday school children  scattering flowers on the churchyard  path for the bride to walk upon. Dr.  and Mrs. Johnson held a largely attended reception at Rockniount, a.  marquee having been erected in the  garden for the accommodation of the  guests. The bride and bridegroom had  an enthusiastic sond-olf as they departed for their honeymoon, which is  being spent in that famous Irish  beauty spot. Killarney. The bride  travelled in a suit of blue cloth, with  white hat trimmed with blue. At the  end of the honeymoon the bride and  bridegroom will sail for British Columbia, for their future home in Victoria, where Mr. Harold Hincks has  resided for the past nine years.  Canadian marksmen lost the match  for the Palma trophy in a very close  match, the score being 1720 for the  Americans and .1712 for the Canadians.  General Nogi and his wife both committed suicide to show their intense  regard for the late Euiporer and chose  the funeral as the occasion for the  crazy act.  Statistics from Ottawa indicate that  the cost of living showed a slight decrease for the month of August. This  is the first instance in which this had  occurred for some time.  The British poet Watson is out with  a strong poem in behalf of Ulster and  the foul treatment it would be to force  home rule on her. The logic of the  poem is much better than the poetry.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier in a speech at  Montreal hints at his possible early  retirement and as he continues to advocate reciprocity it is evident that litis not counting on winning any more  political contests for his party in  Canada.  Penticton and Kelowna are agitating for a road on the cast side of  Okanagan lake between these two  points and serving intermediate settlements, At present there is no communication except by the road on iIn-  west side and the ferry at Kelowna.  All ('. P. H. telegraphers from St.  John, N. 13. to Victoria. B. C. threatened' to'go on strike on Sunday last  unless an increase in pay of If) per  cent, was granted them. This did not  include those on commercial work but  merely in the despatch of trains and  business of the railwav.  All Penticton is on the tiptoe of excitement for the coming visit of the  Duke of Connaught next month.  German chemists have discovered a  method of making ammonia synthetically. The hydrogen will be obtained  from water and the nitrogen from the  litmospheio and they were put together under pressure at a temperature  of 000 degrees centigrade. It will mean  cheaper fertilizers for agriculturists.  A Globe reported has misreported  Premier McBride. The bum steer-  perpetrated by the Toronto paper  makes British Columbia's premier to  say that, he was in accord with Lanrier's naval policy and also that he took  no stock in there being any Gei-m-m  menace. Sir Richard utterly repudiates both.  IH THE HEDLEY GAZETTE SEPT 10, 1012.  ���������'*  day   we   had l.lie   report'of  a meeting  held bv tin- lil'i' insurance underwriters  WATER NOTICE  and  Similkcrnecr. Advertiser.  Issued on Thursdays; hy the Ukoi.kv Gav.v.tvk  PlllNTINU AM> .1*17111.ISH1NU Co.MI'ANV. I ���������/;. t i, i! IS     wll'icll   ll.'lllflU  ��������� hiMi-i-KK.   at. Hedlev.   \i. C /..Uions   \mik.ii u.inou  in the   city of Montreal in which it is | For a Licence to Take  and   Use Water j  seen that these great financial organi- ' \TOTICI* is herebygiycn.t hat I, Koborl Brown j  ' ���������**    <it \ ernou. I'.C, Indian Agent. (Ikiiuiignu''  so much  of  to-'dav, are  [ Jii'; i Agency,   will apply  for a  licence  to take and  1 use .'��������� cubic  feet of water out of .Susan creek,  ���������"'world's     wealth     to-'dav    are    turning i which Hows  in an onsterly- direction  through  _ .     .        ���������. i ��������� Indian liosorvo No. I and empties  into the Si-  bUDSCnptlOllS in Advance -I their . attention to   the fiirhliii'"- of ilis- ' niilkuiiicen   river near  Indian   Reserve.    The  Per Yc-o- *"������������������'iHi i ,r-i j water  will he .diverted  at- Susap's place and  ���������'���������  Vi';V.ir...VsVniV.'-'i ".7 vi'ease ,-is pari of their business, and who Kill  he used  Tor   Irrigation  purposes on the  ( 'illicit rsiiue>i...   -���������"' , ' land described as Indian Kcservo No. I  will .-ay   that it is not the most profit-  Advertising Rater.  ,      "Measurement. I- lines to the inch. .        .....       ,  UandNotices-Certilicatcsofmiprovement. etc. j'*1-1'!*'   direction   ill which   they   can ex-  S^l^^ money iii  Transient Advertisements���������not'oxeeeding'one   their treasuries   to have   mankind live  inch, ������1.0(1  for cine insertion, -ii cents tor  each subsequent insertion.   Over one inch.  10 cents per line for llrst insertion and a  cents per line for eneji subsequent insert ion.  Transients payable in'advance.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the ollice by noun on Tuesday to secure  attention for that, week's issue  Advertisements will he changed once every  mouth if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge,  l-'or changes oftener than once a month  the   price of composition   will  lie charged al  regular rates.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  ���������SI.:!.">: over 1 inch and up to '. inches, SI.00  per iiich'perinonth. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on si/.e of space and length  of time.  A. MEGRAW. Managing (editor.  to a ripe old age. One company's  nurses made 1.000,000 visits a yeai to  the sick in 111)0 cities and towns in the  United States and Canada, and where  a by-law. is submitted for the building  of a sanatariunr or a hospital their influence is thrown into the scale to  carry it. All this lends to the betterment of the conditions under which  we live, but still the croakers will  croak.      : ,  This notice was posted on the ground on the  I llh day of August, llll-J. The application will  he tiled in the 'office of the Water Recorder at  l-'airview. ��������� .  Objections may be lllcd with the said Water  Recorder or with the Controller of Water  Rights, I'lirliuiuont Puddings, Victoria, 15. (.'.  .���������������������������'-1 J. Ronf-ia- Biiov.'N. Indian agent  A TIMELY  WARNING  AN AGE OF PROGRESS  The fallacy that the world is all the  time, getting worse instead of better  has long been too. popular in many  quarters arid many who lend a hand  in propagating it do so out of sheer-  thoughtlessness without taking the  trouble to look about them for genuine  evidence. Ir.i some tilings there have,  at times been periods of retrogression,  but on   the whole, mankind  is  better   and    stronger    physically,     mentally,  and   morally   than  ever    before,   aud  bodily    disease   is   more   successfully  combatted.      Much of   this is due  to a  more   rational   view of   life and   of its  ends, and it is this more rational view  which   is pointing  men to   the simple  life,   for  wherever man   has  departed  from it    temporary retrogression   has  been   the  penalty.     It has   been  said  that when our forefathers  forsook life  in the open air and, to protect themselves   from   the   inclemency   of   the  weather, constructed shelter for themselves, the foundations   of   two  great  sciences   were   laid.    These   two were  architecture    and   medicine,   for   the  open   air life   which   he   then   forsook  has   remained   in   all    ages   Nature's  great cure all.      When the pure air of  outdoors  was shut out. disease  began  to work   its ravages  upon the   huma.n  body  and the necessity for the science  of  medicine  forced  itself upon   mankind.    Spurred   on   by   that necessity  he has   blundered into a knowledge of  himself and of his physical and mental  needs  until   to-day he  can point  to a  degree   of perfection   in almost,  every  line,   which should   make any   sensible  man ashamed of   himself who will try  to  argue   that   the   world is   growing  worse instead of better.    The past ten  or   twenty  years   has   witnessed   the  greatest  advance of all.     Look at the  reports we  get from   our commissions  ���������on conversation:  see the literature we  have   on    how   to   eat   and    how   to  breathe, and when we know those two  simple   things   we   know   the   whole  secret  of keeping  oiuselves   in bodily  health,   and it all points to the simple  life.    "There is no royal road to learning" is an   old truism handed down to  us   through   hoary ages    and   yet   it  is a   truism that   is  only   half a  truth  for our educational systems have been  so improved and made   more rational  that  the   kiddies   of to-day   can  get  with half  the labor the things   which  we had   to toil to learn.     Rationalism  has worked its way into the warp and  woof of our daily life  until   business  and  all is   permeated  with it  and we  1   The  Toronto   Board  of Trade    are  taking a wise course in trying to head  off the real estate   boom   (hat is again  setting in   at Toronto.      It,was   in the  late   eighties   and   beginning    of   the  nineties that the former boom   was at  its height   which left ruin   in its   path  and thousands were bitten before the  real   import   of  the' gigantic   bubble  dawned   upon   the   people.      It   took  Toronto many years  to recover-  from  that wild financial spree,   and  so thoroughly epidemic   had that  mad   craze  for speculation  in  land  become  that  staid solid men   like Sir Oliver Mowat  who was then almost in the zenith  of  j his [lower was partially drawn into Unwind and found himself at the end of  it     in   possession    of   parcels of real  estate   the values of which had shrunk  to a mere ghost of their former  proportions.    Now it begins   to look  as if  all    the     market      gardens     around  Toronto  and for miles out   are again  being pegged out as city lots  and sold  to the unsuspecting, and the Board of  Trade ha.ve issued   a.   warning   to   the  people of Ontario'to  buy  no  lots  in  new subdivisions  without thoroughly-  investigating to see that the property  is  as it is represented.       While  Vancouver may not have gone it nearly so  wild   as   in   the case   of  the  Toronto  boom   there were nevertheless subdivisions    sold   ms    citv lots   that had  ("*ealed Tenders address to the undersigned,  ,J and endorsed -Tender for the Construction of a. Breakwater in Victoria Harbour. J'.  C," will be received at. this ollice until 1.00 p.m.  on Thursday, September oth, 11II2. for the construction of a 1'reakwator at Victoria Harbour,  Victoria, J J. C.       '������������������.* , -  Plans, specifications'and form of contract can  be seen and forms of tender obtained at, this  Department and at-blic.offices of W. Henderson, Resident Architect. Victeria.. H. ('.; C. C.  Worsfold, Esq., District Engineer, New Westminster: R, C: .1. G. .Sing, Esq., "District Engineer, Toronto. Ontr: y.i. L. Midland, Esq.. District Engineer. Montreal, Que.: and on application to'tlie Postmaster at Vancouver, 15. C.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made on the  printed forms supplied and signed with their  actual signatures, stating their occupations  and places of residence. In the ease of lirms,  the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of  the ilrin must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to  the order of the Honourable the Minister of  Public Works, equal; to ten per cent (10 p.c) of  the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter  into a contract, when called upon to do so,-or  fail to complete the work contracted for. If  the tender bo not accepted the cheque will be  returned. ,  The department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  -      By Order  "R. C. DKSKOCHEKS,  ������������������ .Secretary.  Department of Public AVorks,  Ottawa, Augusts, 1SI12 :������-2  Newspapers will not he paid for this advertisement if they insert it without, authority  from the Department.  THE BANK-OF'  1912  76 Years in Businest Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  A Complete Banking Service  '...Collections made in any part of Canada. Negotiable' paper discounted. Money advanced at reasonable  terms to finance your business. Local and foreign drafts  bought and sold. Monoy transmitted by Money Order  or Telegraphic transfer. .Letters of credit issued payable  in all the leading cities of the world.  AVe invite youraccount  Hedley  Branch,  H. A Hincks, Manager  NOW IN STOCK  A Complete Line of f  Fine China  Rich Cut Glass  Silverware  Crockery  Lamp Goods  Pressed Glassware  a-MWJRWJI  County Court of Yale  A sitting of the County Court of Yale will be  --���������v held in Fraternity Hall, Hedley. on Tuesday, October Sth. at 2 o'clock p. m.  By Command  HUGH HUNTER  -    .    .    '   -    .'.    ', ; ;iic;gistra.l-"eoii-nty:,Cbiu-t.  no  right  to  rank    as anything   but  farm lands within convenient distance,  of the city, and the Vancouver Board  of Trade would ha.ve' been doing the  best service possible by taking steps  to expose the raw work of the sub-  dividers.  The suggestion to class British militant suffragettes.as undesirables and  exclude them from Canada is a good  one. Canada, is a law abiding country  and if the people of Great Britain see  fit to put up with a. public nuisance  such as these people have made themselves it is their own affair but we  don't want any of it in Canada. We  have our work to'attend to over here  and our laws arc meant to give us an ]  opportunity to do so. That, is why we  insist on having our laws obeyed and  not made a mock of by brazen hussies  who have nothing else to do. and whose  craving for excitement has unsexed  them.  SAFE AS THE SAFEST  j.AXI)  Cheaper than the Cheapest  is a straight life policy in  THE MUTUAL LIFE  (IF CANADA  The history of thousands of policies  on the above plan shows that it has  cost less than four dollars per year to  carry a policy of one thousand dollars.  If you doubt this call on the local representative and see the history of  one policy for 20 years; then ask yourself whether you know of any other  concern whether insurance company  or benevolent society that can show a  similar record.  S chubert's Supply Stores  HEDLEY and TULAMEEN  ���������  ���������  ���������  and  Coalmont  TO  ���������-���������-���������  Vancouver |  In One Day! f  Most  Luxurious  Auto  Service in B. C.   Over- ���������  the Most Picturesque Route in Canada J  LEAVES COALMONT Tuesday,  Thursday and Saturday, making ���������  connection with C.P.R. Train for Vancouver at Merritt ^  LEAVES MERRITT Monday,   Wednesday and Friday on arrival +  of Train from Vancouver ^  FOR SPECIAL RATES AND APPOINTMENTS APPLY ^  COALMONT-MERRITT AUTO   SERVICE ���������  J. H. Jackson, Prop., Tulameen J  AGENTS:   Merritt.   M.   Mclntyre.   Coldwater Hotel;   Tulameen, '+  Tulameen  Stage  Co. ;   Coainiont.   Coalmont Truck <fc Transfer ^  Co.; Princeton, A. E. Howse, Co.. Ltd. X  Every Plan of Genuine Insurance  it  NOTICE  SIMII.KAMKKX  LAND DISTKICT  DISTRICT Ol'*  VATK  T.MCK Notice that I, John C. Katon ol'Na-  -L naiino. J I. C. occupation, Broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.  Commencing at a post planted at tlie S. W.  corner of pre-emption -j:is thence north 80oliuins  thence west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thonce east 80 chains to point of commencement containing (ilOacres, more or less  .1. C. Katon  "VI. .1. MrKeown, Locator  .August 21th. HIP-'. :���������(!-���������()  the  people's  Company and   its-  profits are all for the people  F\R U I T    TREES  BuyHealthy Horrie Grown Trees  No Danger of Importing Pests       No Injury from Fumigation  No Drying OuL in Course of Shipment  Protect Yourself Iby Buying Our Trees  Write for catalogue and Price List to  THE   RIVERSIDE   NURSERIES  Dept. B. GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Established in 1900 125 ACRES  Representatlue-V.  Dynes,  Penticton  X. B.���������We  have   Dwarf stock in���������Mcintosh Red.  Wealthy. .lonathan. Cox's  Orange, Ontario, Northern Spy and Wagoner.  This accounts for the wonderful success which has attended forty-two  years of unparalleled progress and  achievement.  W. J. TWISS  Manager for B.C.  A. Megraw  Local Agent  WATER NOTICE  ���������tru������*",������������D**ii������*>0*'W^  X  X  X  PUBLIC NOTICE  Robert .Stanley, Sec-'freas  are all the better for it. Only the other ' Quebec, -.'sith August, I'JI2. "'Ml  "I>l*BI,IC NOTICK is hereby given, thatin-as-  J- mncli us certain terms of the agreement,  for the sale of the Kingston ("'old & Copper  Mining Company's properties situate at Hedley, J'. C, have not been carried out by tlie  purchaser; tlie properties have reverted to. and  are again in the ownership and possession of  tho undersigned Company.  Kingston Gold & Copper Mining Co., Ltd.  \V. A. "Marsh, President  For a  Licence to Take  and  Use Water  AToticc is hereby given that I, Krunk Haiiey,  a> of Princeton, ii. (.'.. will apply for a licence to take and use one cubic foot of water or  whatever 1 can secure out. of an unnamed  spring, situated near the south boundary line  of Lot I*', ('.2. in the Kamloops division of Yale  district. 'I'he waler will lie diverted from the  head of the spring, udout la" feet from the  north boundary line of Lot "A" part of Lot I.Si'i  G.I. to be used for domestic purposes on said  lot, "A" iS--''-. U.I.  This notice was posted on the ground on the  TOth day of Angus!, Iiil-J, The application will  bo filed in the ollice of the Water Commissioner at Nicola, 1!. C.  Objections may be Hied witli the said Wafer  Commissioner, or- the Controller of Water  it'gilts. Parliament Kuildings. Victoria, H. C.  .'���������7-1 1'RANK I5AILKV  TEAM WANTED  Plumbing and Heating, Sheet  Metal Work Tinsmithing  X  ;  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  %  X  Shop corner Angela Ave. and Bridge  St.,   in -IYhinlock's blacksmith shop.'  Work guaranteed.   Consult us about your work  H. DIGNAN  Practical Wo.ukmen ]>.u.oimmi-:to.us  PRINCETON, B. C.  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW  X  X  X  X  NOTICE  SIMILKAMKKN LAND IMSTI'ICT  DlSTIUCT Ol"  VAI.I"  WANTKJ) TO BUY-A  good  strong team of  work horses.��������� Apply to C. II. Brookes or A.   July 'JUth, Ii)12  Creelman, Hedley, li. C.  TAKK notice that I, Hiram Inglee of White  Lake; occupation Karmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:---  Commencing1 at a .post planted at the south  west corner of Lot 10(1!). thence north 10 chains,  tli once west 20 chains, thence south 1(1 chains,  thence east 20 chains to point, of commencement containing 80 acres, more or less.  HI HAM INULKK  NOTICE  'IMILKAMI'I'N LAND DISTKICT  DlSTIUCT  OK   V.M.K  ���������"rake notice that I. M. .I.  McKeown, of Van-  *-       couver. K. C. occupation Kroker. intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described land.  Commencing at. a post planted at the S. AV.  corner of Lotlllas thence south 8()cliains, thence  east 80 chains, thenee north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains to point of commencement containing (ilO acres more or less.  "M, .T. Mclvtown  August a7tli, 11112 30-10  if  ,' j  Ml THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, SEPT 10, 1912.  Towii and. Distrfcft.  Several ha.ve been out trying their  hand at deer,hunting since the se.-u-.on  opened but'nevertheless venison is  still scai ce.  Messrs. Stevens and Turner, the  new blacksmith and machinist have  each taken houses and are moving  their families into town.  Miss Ei'iston will 'receive for the first  on  Thursday,'  September   2lith  and every  time  from  four  to six  o'clock:  ; .third Thursday thereafter.  Mrs. G. B. Lyon and Wesley left on  Monday for Spokane, where Mrs.  Lyon will resume her studies in music  and Wesley willgo to school..  Superintendent 0. P. .Jones how  takes his airing in an auto Avhich lie,  obtained at ;i bargain and the machine shop has put in -running order.  M. Mackenzie, of tho Bank of ,B. N.  A. staff, went to Oroville on Saturday  to spend the week end aiid incidentally to attend to some private, business.  Mrs. J. R. Edmonds returned from  Calgary on Friday where,she and her  husband 'had gone for-the stanipede.  J. 11. will return a, little, later with a  bunch of cattle.  L. W. Shatford M.P.P. is expected  in some titiio during the coming week.  He has been in Vancouver during the  summer since he'returned fr-qru a trip  to Halifax in .Tune.  The Great Northern train service  between here and the coast appears to"  have been somewhat out of joint during the past ten days.; Twice in that  'time no Vancouver dailies got through.  The new headgear at the central  station on the gravity tram is working smoothly and the; lessened strain  is easily discernible. In all probability  these repairs will be found to be much  more permanent than those required'  from time to time under the old'ar-  r-mgeinent.  The rumor in reference vto 'Jack  Raitor which was noted in last week's  issue appears to have been ill-founded,  as latest word from him says he was  in Rochester, Minn., and he makes no  mention of his case being as serious as  the manufacturer of the yarn appears  to have made it.  The date of Thanksgiving Day has  nob yet been officially proclaimed lint  '"rit i.s<expected that it will take^place-on-  ";-Monday, October 21st. The last occasion upon which a royal viceroy issued  his first proclamation as Governor-  General of Canada was in 1S78 when  the date. Was delayed until the waning  days of November owing to the late  arrival that year of the Marquis of  Lome arrd Princess Louise to enter on  their.official duties.  A more flagrant instance of giving  liquor to a drunken .man than that of  supplying booze, to the'nian Turner  who had tbe snakes here this week,  could nob easily be found. If the'government want to cub off any licences  in Medley all they have to do is to find  out who gavci the liquor in this case.  It is reasonable to infer that the licence-holder who supplied or allowed  -this'liquor to be supplied to this man  is nob very particular'.whether hi-has j  a. licence or not and consequently could  not be expected to object very sbren-  .uously if it were taken, away from  him.  Hedley golfers are praying for rain  to help to undo some,of the misery  produced by the recent team work on  the course. Had the scraping been  clone (in the race track to fill up the.  holes and hoof inarks made during the  wet weather of Labor Day-it would  have done some good. As it is anvoiie  who drives a ball on to the race track  in playing the third hole is out of luck,  for a dropped ball is not likely to have  any better lie than it had before dropping. Scraping has been tried so  often and in almost every case found  wanting so far as disposal of the weeds  is concerned, and surely., we can have  mowing or something else tried for  ph.ee.      .      .. '<>.-..  Property holders on Kingston' Avenue have been 'trying hard to shame  the. authorities into removal' of the  Chinese wall of gravel and boulders  left when the hank was tunnelled  through to form the street grade, but  judging from tbe length of time, it has  heen left there it will take a heap of  shaming to effect the reform. A funny  thing about it too was that at the  time it was being left there, material  was being loaded on wagons and hauled greater distances to make 'fills'for  which the Chinese wall could have  been used to apparently better advantage but the rule to lnake all roadways the specified width of 12 feet  had to be adhered to .no''matter hovv  beastly the effect produced. The  Chinese wall has already been good  for  three summers and according  to  it will require  to erode  it all  the tenets of geology  a few centuries longer-  down.  Mr.  Martin Burrell, Minister of  Agriculture, has takerr to the game of  golf and has had the satisfaction of  drubbing Premier Borden, Hon. W.T.  White and Mr. Perley and is looking  for other notabilities to conquer  preparabory to taking on President  Taft. When the Minister next comes  to his constituency he must not.neglect to take in Hedley nor forget to  bring bis clubs along.  The spell of fine weather following  the web period of the fortnight around  Labor Day is proving acceptable, in a  great many quarters. On Sidley mountain the ranchers -are having'an opportunity to finish up their later harvest, and it is coming in very handy  for the Hedley Gold Mining Co. in  carrying on their diamond drill work  outside in prospecting under their  Windfall bond even if it is a bit hard  on the water supply to have along  dry spoil at this time of the year.  On Thursday last .Air. Brookes' party  coining down from the Golden Zone  met with an accident about eight  miles out and all had to walk in. There  were in the rig Mr. and Mrs. Brookes,  Mr. and Mis. Crpuhna.ii and Frank  Dollemore. The circle over the front  axle which the box turns on broke and  allowed the front part of the rig to  drop on the ground and the horses to  get clear. Had the thing occurred a.  little further back the consequences  might have been more serious. Asjb  ' was the walk in was considered strenuous enough.  On Saturday last little Wesley Messenger and young Sox Simons who  are very horsy in their notions and  spend most of their play hours riding  old horses were away most of the day.  Towards evening the Messenger hoy  came home with a nasty gash in his  face and in a semi-dazed condition and  could give no account of what had  happened him. ft was thought he had  fallen off in some way, but it wa.s  found out later that the horse had  kicked him. Several stitches were  required to get the wound in shape.  At his Sunday evening's service Rev.  A. H. Cameron  departed a little from  the usual routine by giving a synopsis  of a letter which he had addressed to  the,. Christian Endeavor; Soc._of ''the  Presbyterian   church in* Giielpn, Out-  It is-aruleof the Presbyterian church  in   Canada   in   connection   with   the  western  missions of the church to interest the young people of the church  in  the eastern  provinces to  the work  in the  western fields, and  to tha tend  every young people's   society   which  contributes   $250.00 annually   to   the  support of western missions is entitled  to a letter from the western field from  one of the missionaries,     To Rev. Mr.  Cameron  has fallen  the duty of sup-  plyiug   such letter for  the  Christian  Endeavor Society of Guelph, Ontario,  and very few of those eastern societies  have been more fortunate in their correspondent than the one to which Mr.  Cameron's letters have been going, for  the last 34 years of his ministry have  been   spent on   the western   mission  fields and his experiences therein have  been most interesting and varied. The  Gazette has requested Mr. Cameron to  allow  the  letter to  be reproduced in  these columns, but he prefers to have  the  permission come from the young j  people  of Guelph  whose  property it  now is.     It is possible  that their permission may  be obtained and if so we  will be pleased to reproduce it in these  columns at some future time.  ~xr:  fmm-  iVs������-\  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  DLEY  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.  ������������������-.Si'tS  For Full Information Write or Call oh  THE HEDLEY ���������8?������ TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.,  F. H.^F^rench^ Secretary and Manager - HEDLEY, B.C.  THE  NEW?  ZEALAND  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything- New and -first-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquor-sand Cigars and Special  Attention   paid  'to   the   Table.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley^B. C.  !FRUIT! FRUIT!!  X  ���������  ���������  To Insure Getting Nice  Fresh Fruit  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN'  HEDLEV, B. C.  for  Preser vi ng  anticipate your requirements  and leave your orders with us  An Up-to-date  First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  A. MEGRAW  . t ���������  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real, Estate,   "Mines  Crown   Griuits   Applied   For  Under Landt Act and  , "Mineral Act.  Agent for:  "Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Hay Insurance Co.  Maryland (.'usually to  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  ���������  Will Deliver the Goods 1  ���������  ���������  ���������  Our Sugar is the Best obtainable and we  handle the celebrated  Schram Fruit Jars  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  fShatfords, Ltd.f  ���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������^���������<5><������  Office   at   HEDLEY,   B.  C.  WATER NOTICE  SUBSCRIBE  FOR  THE   GAZETTE!  ^���������f  For a  Licence to  Take and   I'se Water ;  "Von'''1'  is  hereby given that I Anton Wink-i  J>        ler. of Hedley,   H. C. will apply  I'or a lie- I  once Intake, and use 2 cubic feet per second  of  water out of mi unnamed .Spring locally known  as Hold Hill Slough.   Tbe water will bo diverted aba. point. I iniie north  of Tbos. .Sirois' south  line and will bo used for irrigation purposes on  the land described as A. Winkler's pre-emption  This notice was posted  on tbe ground on the  ' 'I'ltli day of Mny.   llll-J.    The application will  I he tiled in the ollice of the  Water Kecorder at  I 1'uirviow".  :    Objections may he  tiled with the-said Water  I Kecorder   or   with   the   Controller   of   Watc  NOTICE  Nntic  Valuator-  7������2^1VERSiD&AV������.  Gtcf)iri������s,Cuff ������ J'c^:\fM<JJlatey  d?oorf/eff, Prgfpecti, (Sfiifogucf  rsVecbpapsgr, and <a!lpurpose/.  Phone 7IL*ssin. 6434  C?pof(an!ey-JVctj)(*%graifif?g (so.  HnaSEBSS  hts. Parliament Kuiklings, Victoria. 1). C.  ANTON. WINKLKK  PALACE  Liveru, Feed & Sale Stables  is hereby given that the Hoard of  < to consider claims for work actually  performed and materials supplied in connection with the construction of the Midway and  Vermin Kail way. will further consider all such  claims as have been duly tiled and veritied.  Any claims which have not already been so  tiled and veritied by statutory declaration or  otherwise, should be tiled with the undersigned  without delay.  The Hoard will consider ail claims I'or actual i himself  physical work performed and floods aud mater  inlssupplicd in connection with the surveying,  locating or obtaining of right of way between  Hock Crook and Vernon.  K. V. C.UKKN  ���������J!I-1 Secretary of the Hoard.  Address Kox :������.'>. Victoria. II. ('.  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  /"lOAI-i mining rights of the Dominion, in  K-' -Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories mid in a portion of the Province of I'ri-  tish Columbia, may tie leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of .?i an  acre. Not more than 2.."(i() acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application fora lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or .Sub-Agent,  of the district in which tin; rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in iinsiirveyed territory the tract  ippliod for shall be staked out by the applicant  711'DI.KY   15. C  A good .stuck of Hordes and Rigs (in  Hand.    *.i Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Advertise in the  H e dley Gazette  and watch Results  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Plum.   11 INNIS   BROS. Proprietors.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE   GAZETTE  NURSERY STOCK  "Ot'K AGENTS MAKE MONEY"  selling our- li.-ir-ily. guaranteed stock.  Hixpoi-ieiice uiiiK'ccssiii y.  V*A KIMA VALLEY NURSERY  Toppenisli, Wash.  CO.  ADVERTISE    IN   THE   GAZETTE  Kucli application must.be accompanied by a  fee of i?.') which will bo refunded it'the rights  applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output, of the initio at the rate of live cents  per ton  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable coal mined  and nay the royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but, the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for tbo working of the;  mine at the rate of $10.0(1 an acre.  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary of the ���������Department, of  the Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  XV. XV. COKV.   .  Deputy Mini.-.fur of the Interior.  N.J'.-Unauthorizcd publication of this advertisement will not be paid I'or. i)-(!m  nrniB��������� THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.   SEPT 19,1912.  EREMEOS, the Centre of Lower.'Similkameen���������-Famed for Fruit Growing  Town .and Lower Valley.  W. II. Armstrong left via I'eiitieton  for Vancouver Saturday last.  Mi.-s Hazel Wilms and Miss Mario  Lamb li-ft for Princeton Saturday.  Mrs. Hums of Toronto- is at present  visiting her- son, Mr. It.II. Cariniohael.  YV. 11. Armstrong was up to Princeton on business last Thursday.  lid ward Holiertson of Olaresholni  ]):iid \V. I*. IJowen a visit last week  end.  Sixth Avenue is. being opened up  from seventh street to the qii'iraiitiiie  station.  .Mrs. (J. A-! Shaw and Miss Hulverta  left for- their homo at Greenwood  Monday.  Air. 'Harry Kyle of Medicine Hat is  visiting his parents. Ml-., and Mrs. A.  Robertson.  Henry Lee and daughter of Fair--  view paid a visit l;o lyercnieos last  Thursday.  We are pleased to report that Dr.  Thomson after- a very severe ill ness is  progressing favor-ably.  Your hist chance this week. Get  your peach orders in quick, you'll need  some preserves this winter.  Imperial Hand Bell Ringers coming.  Watch out fiir announcement. Also  Cosgrove's Pan American dotihle quartette.,  One of the most enjoyable old time  dances took place in the town Hall on  1'iiday last, about'fifty couple being  present.'  After two weeks of illness, Mrs. D.  J. Innis is now convalescent we are  pleased to report. She was able to be  out for a short time on Monday.  A. Thompson, representing C'ain-  niell, Laird & Co. steel manufacturers,  Sheffield, England, passed through  Friday on his way to Princeton.  Mrs.   Mackenzie,   wife, of Rev. G. T.  Mackenzie   pastor   of   the   Methodist  church,  arrived on  'Tuesday morning  from Toronto to .join her husband.  J. II. Hayes, better known as Jim,  started on Tuesday last to visit his old  home in Ontario. It is fifteen years  now since he last saw his parents.  R. H. Hogg and Win. Daly returned  Friday evening bringing with them a  large buck which they got on Cathedral mountain. The buck dressed over  250 lbs and it wa.s all the horse wanted  to pack him through. While on their  hunting expedition they saw large  numbers of mountain sheep.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown and Mr.  and Mrs. George Irvine of Calgary  autoed over from Penticton Saturday  -. to spend an hour with their old friends  Mr. and Mrs. W. IT. Cameron. Mr.  Brown is the late manager- of the  Galgary Milling Co. and Mr. Irvine  the manager of the same company's  store.  Lacrosse is here alright and got a  good start and it is hoped that Hedley  Princeton and our town will till have  good teams in the field. We don't  want to see this game go as baseball  has gone on in the valley this past  year; surely each town can have players of their-own. It makes, things far-  more   interesting  for   all   concerned.  GENERAL NEWS  There w;is a real old time Donny-  brook fray at a football match in Belfast. The display of a tri-ocn and while  flag by the side that was nut! goal behind at half time raised the ruction,  Stones. Uriel's anil clinkers were the  missiles used and some revolver shuts  punctuated the battle. The injured  numbered sixty and the spectators  had to take the fight for the remaining two quarters of the match that  were coming to them for there was no  more football that day.  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ^^^<>'*<Mi><$>^^<>������^^^<>^4>>^^<l^0^^^<lj>^> ���������$><&><&���������&+  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending aaltclrli una* description maj  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention la probably patentable. Comraunlca.  Lions strictly contidentliil. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent, free. Oldest, aconcy for securing patents.  Patents taken throtidi Munn & Co. receive  ���������special notice, without chnrso, in the  '���������  X  S F������ R J\ V  When   writing   Adversers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  A handsomely illustrated weekly.   Largest eir-  . dilation of anv snientlllo journal. ��������� Terms, $3 &  roar: four months, $!. Sold b7:ill newsdealers.  MUNN S Co.36,Bfoate^ew York  Branch Office, 6'r5 I* St., Wasliimrton. D. C.  Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes  ..���������_    in       Tlie Kettle River'District.. Province of .British Columbia  !I hereby give notice that on Saturday the 12th day of October A. D. 1912, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. ni. in my office  at Fairview, B. C., I shall sell by public auction, the lands of  persons in the list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent  taxes unpaid by the said persons, on the 31st day of December, A. IX, 1-911, and for interest, costs and.expenses, including the costs of advertising the said sale; if the total amount  due is not sooner paid.  X  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  X  ���������  ���������  ���������  X  Do not neglect to spray your trees with  Pendray's Lime Sulphur Solution  Pendrav's is endorsed bv all the  leading fruit men  of the province.  We are sole agents for Keremeos and can sell it by  the barrel or gallon.  We  carry a full line of .Garden and  Field Seeds.  Five Roses Flour always in stock  ���������  ���������  X  ���������  X  X  F.   RICHTER ESTATE  Name of person Assessed  Description of Property  Doliquent  Tuxes  [uteres  to duto  of Sale  Statutory  Costs  Total  Ass'd  Tuxes  School  'faxes  A. .1. Aleoek   K. L. Odcltree   J. C. Batell   lot 188s  sub-tliv ISO of lot 250 Gl  sub-div MO, 150 of lot 219 GI  sub-div (!1 of lot 5, 07  sub-div 77 of lot 250, Gl  sub-div (iln of lot 11;*). Gl  SIS 20  (i Gli  11 31  7 20  S 1 83    S 2 00  .1 00        2 00  2 25        2-00  ������22 0*)  15 01  22 79  Olalla Townsite, Part of Lot 176, G. 1, Map No. 85  K. Reeves   Wesley Harvey  K.M.Allison....  . ..,'lot3. blocka  . ..ilot 10, block 12  .. .Ilots 2(i, 27. block 5  .-{ 951  \i fw!  0 001  .15!  .18  .711  1 201  .815  1 751  1 001  1 00  .1 00  ' 0 30  5 08  12 51  Beaverdell Townsite, part of Lot 1545, Map No. 94  Hallctt & Shaw 'lots 11, 12, 88, SO, block 3        j 11 25!  Tlioinu.s Curry 'lot 18, block 3 i 2 75|  Olaf Johnson Hot 2-1, block 3 i I HO;  M. .). I 'holan [lot 25. block 3 2 30!  XV. J. T wiss : |lot 35, block 3 j .85!  .1. C. Davidson lot II. blocks ; 3 15"  Thomas Stevenson    lot 01. block I i 175  Adam Wrenwick lots 100,110. block I i 2 30)  Mrs. L. Brunson [lot 114. block 1 i 3 15;  3 75  l 00  .05  1 00  1 25  1 00  25  1 00  10  1 00  00  l 00  25  l 00  20  1 00  1)0  1 00  10 00  ���������1 *0  7 15  3 55  1 95  5 05  3 00  3 50  5 05  9  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  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  Of What   Keremeos   Fruit  Lands  Have  Done for Early Purchasers  is Now Here  This year the trees in bearing will give an  output which although showing handsome profit  on the original investment, is only a mild suggestion of the profit to be realized with a larger  market.  REmEMBER  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.  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  9  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  Fairview (Lower) Townsite, being S. W. { Sec. 7, Tp.  50, and S.E. :jrSec. 12, Tp. 54, Map No. 26  Sing- Liiitf Co   Cosens Bros   F. XV. Swinbur-ii   Mis. A. A. Davidson...  .  A. Baker   .1. A. Vibcrt ...  John Love   XV. A. Dior   ...  Mr*. XV. A. Dior.  F. Pollock   K. Carreau, Estate  Georjre Uobinson...  T. XV. Fletcher   K. B. White   George & Paskins ..  C on Kane   lot 31. block 1  lot- 23, 21, block 2 i  lot 31. block 2 I  lots 3. 7, 21. 22. 25. 32. 30. blk;  2: lots 1. 4. 5, 15, 23, 25. 27.i  block 3; lots 12, 13. 29. blk.j  I: lots 0,8. block 11: lots 5.  12. 32. 31, 30, block 12: lots:  20. 27,28. block 13; lot 31. |  block 11. !  lot-22. blocks !  lot 13, block 3 ;  lot 30. block 3 j  lots 2. I. 5,0. blocks 2: lotsi  28. 30. 32. 35. block 1; lot 0,1  block 9: lot 3 block 10: lots!  35, 30. block 11: lotsO. 10.'  block 12: lots 23. 21 blk. I3i  ot.s.S, 12, 11, 17, 19, block :*:i  lots 1, 19. block 1: lot 1.1  block II: lot31, block 12:  lots 20, 31, 32, block 13  lot 1. block 0  lot 10. block 0  lots 1. 2. block 7  lots 19. 29, block 2  lot 21. block 3  lot 17. block 11  lots I, 2.3. block 13  00  50  75  1 70  5 55  8.  28 00l  21 00  3 75!  2 05  5 50  50!  251  .������������������>!  3 57  1 25  1 00  12 82  1 79  2 25  1 00  15 (it  ���������89  i;>  1 00  ���������    5 39  22 30  li 00  I 00  00 85  1 79  15  1 00  1 01  .52  2 85  1 (10  9 92  78  10  1 00  2 73  10 73  i  5 10  I 00  45 13  8 01!  2 75  1 00  32 81  89  1 15  1 00  0 79  99  30  1 00  ���������1 31  15  1 15  1 00  8 15  15  02  1 00  1 97  ���������)���������)  1 00  1  17  .>���������>  1 00  1 47  OS  03  1 00  2 10  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING. CUSTOMS BROKERAOE,  FI1IK INSURANCE  OFFICE  KEREMEOS. B.C.  ii. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  C.  JE.  SHAW  Great     improvements    have    boon  made on runny  of Liu; lots  across the  river this past year showing just what  can   lie. done  with a  ten acre lot anywhere in the district.     One lot especially  needs  mention is the one owned  hy W. IT.   Honeywell.      It is hardly a  year since    Mi-.   Honeywell came   in  from  .South   Dakota   being   followed  .some  two   months  later-  hy  his wife  and daughter, Violet.    They bought a  ten acre lot next to V. Sorgo and since  that time  got down to business.    The  lot wa.s  practically all  brush but they  just waded   right in and   today we see  (piite a small  orchard planted and doing  well.      Much   credit  is due   Mr,  Honeywell for he has  shown by sheer  pluck  and good  judgment  what can  be done inside the first year on a fruit  lot even when it- is covered with brush.  .Seven hundred   trees were  planted by  hi in this veai-.  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  for  Fine Job Printing  Fairview (Upper)   Townsite, S. W. J Sec. 12, Tp.  Map No. 27  54,  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provin  cial Land Surveyor.  Office of .1. A. Brown  KEREMEOS  B. C.  D. "M. McDoiifrall    W. I). Walker   XV. Dalrymple   John I.ovc   K. B. White and  I!. II. Parkinson    I!. H. Parkinson   Mis. K. It. White   .I0I111 Bartlctt   "Mis. K. H. Parkinson....  .lots  1. 2.3.  block  1: lot  1.  |    block 2  J lot. 3. block 2i  .Ilot 1. block 3  .lot 11. block 0  II  Ilot 22, block7  'lot 1. block 8: lot II, blk.  lot II. block 13 ;  ilot 13, block II  lot 19. block 2. lot I. block 3:  lot 19. block 1.  lots 19. 20..  21. block 7  !l 90  :i x:>  1 30  1 Oil,  10 25  1 .VI  80  1 (Ml,  I 00  7 30  5  10  2 711  75.  1  00;  9 01  2 O.'i  I  78  1  Il0|  3 83  13 00'  ���������_' 05  3 75;  1  00:  19 80  5 50  1 50  1  I0|  1   00:  12  10  511!  15  1 00;  1 95  8   10;  I  2 :���������.">  1 00  1 no1  12  15  1  79 8(l|  f.'l 35;  13 80,  1 00!  137 95  Okanagan  Falls Townsite,  Sub. Div. of Lots No. 337  and 374, G. 1, Map No. 4  Gcoifrc Gillespie ..  ots 1.2. block 17  3 10  I 02  35',  1 00,  li 37  Keremeos Townsite, part of Lot 107, G.i, Map No. 66  M. LEIQHTOH   WADE, B. Sc.  Electrical Engineer  Isolated   plants   for  light   and  power in Mills. Mines, etc.  .Municipal    installations   and  extensions.  KAMLOOPS, B.C.  KEREMEOS   .   I  AUTO LIVERY  > Tweddle's New 40 horse-power  1 Case Auto  < Leaves Kereineos  for Pen tic-'  ? ton,   Monday,    Wednesday  s and Friday at 1:15 p.m.  \ Returning,   leaves  Penticton  *f Monday,   Wednesday   and  p Friday  on  arrival  of   Str.  \ Okanagan at 7:30 p.m.  \ SINT-r.E FAKE   -     $7.50  ������ ISETl'KN -        $11.00  Airang?inents for Ti links  and other Baggage  A First-Class Driver has been  Engaged and the auto may  be hired at 50e per mile,  minimum rate: for further-  particulars apply to  HARRY TWEDDLE  Keremeos Centre       -       B. C  >>wi  SILKS  L.uge Assortment of choice Silk Dress  t'oods. Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOriMY SING, Kereineos  HELP WANTED���������FEMALE  T iidics to do plain and lijrlit Rowing at homo.  lJ whole or spare time: frood pay: work scot  any distance; charges paid: send stamp I'or full  particulars. National MniuifucttiriiiM' I'oiii-  liiuiy, Montreal. 31-2  .loli  .Sen  G. i  Sea  Bui  .loh  Job  .1. C  .lus  (I'll  (Un  (Un  (Un  n A. Orawford   rpclli & Pln.stino..  i  ind S. Scai'pelli.  .  rpclli & Ijcpano...  lliuol Scarpclli... .  n Gibson   n Slattery   Curtis (estate)   Sutherland     known Owner)....  known Owner)....  known Owner)....  known Owner)....  lots 11, 12 block 20  !       5 50  05  1 50'  1 (10  7 85  lot 15. blk 20: lot 8. block  28:  1  1  lot 10. blk 29: lot 8. bil  3I>  !        8   15  87  2 00  1 oo,  12 32  lot 12, block 21  j       2 25  21  ;>;)  1 OOi  1 01  lot 1, block 28  1       2 25  21  55  1  00;  1 01  lot 9. block 29  2 25  21  CyA  I oo!  1 01  lor 13, block 21  2 25  21  ;������.)���������  1  00'  1 01  lot 15. block 21  1 35  2(1  1  05  1 (III  7 20  lot, 3, block 28  2 25  II  55;  1 (III  3 91  lots 1, 2, block 30  7 25  ..(I  I id!  1 (JO  o or  lot 11, block 21  1  15  10'  1  00,  2 25  lots 15, 10, 17, block 22  3 15  35  1  00  1 8!)  lots 11, 18, 11), 20. block 29  1 35  oo:  i oo!  5 95  lot 19. block 20  1   15  10  1 (III'  2 25  NOTICE  Dated at Fairview, B.C. this :.M day of August A. I). 1.91*2.  RONALD HE WAT  Assessor and Collector, Kettle River Assessment District.  SI-vHUCA-MKK.V LAND DISTItlC  DISTKICT OK VALE  TAKK Notice that Kinilc Jensen, of Glen  Valley. B. ('.. occupation farmer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:-  Commencing- at a post planted (Northwest  corner) about six chains distant in a noithcrly  dlrection from the Ashnola river and about  seventeen miles from its mouth thence cast On j  chains; thence south 20 chains: thence west 00 '  chains: tbencc north 20 chains to point of commencement and containing 120 acres more or  less.  KM ILK JKN.SEN  II. V. N. Ktcbes. atrcnt  June 20th, 1912 2S-10  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditclr digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Cliiueso  Labor.  Kkkkjikos, B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. K. Station  MRS.   A. F. KIRBY,   Proprietress.  Ivercmeos-Penticton Mail Stage.  The onto stage leaves Keremeos for  Penticton, Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturday at 5 p.m.  Single i'.-.i-e $7.f>0, Return $11,00  Tlie auto stage will run an excursion  every Sunday from Penticton to Hedley  and return, leaving Penticton- at S a. m.  and, returning leaving Hedley at 4 p.m.  Phone 11, Penticton \V. E. Wklbv  111  "ii

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