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Array ii^x  ���������_���������* ^WitstsJi^tfk,  Dr. C. A..JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practico in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  w.  H. T.  GAHAN  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  MOBK  PENTICTON,.  Block  -      -      B. C.  THOSE OUTPUT TABLES  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.  Rotes Moderate.  A. Bahnes, Prop.       Penticton-, B.C.  Some Revision  Required in the Stereotyped Mineral Production Report  B. O. Mining: and Engineering Record  Tho people of the Siinilkaineen who  ai-i! demanding from the Bureau of  Mines that their district shall have  full credit for its output will have public support in their cause. Similkameen is entirely a different district  from Boundary. It has developed one  of the most successful gold mines on  the continent. It is a section where  there are probably opportunities of  making other- mines of ii similar character. ' Nothing would Help it-more  than that the actual facts as to its  gold output and the big dividends  paid thereon should be, credited to the  "district to which it belongs. The demand is just and right.  CANADA DELiliD  THE BRITISH LIKE IT.  iMs-M'7W&  FROM LAllfl  ���������^n:-m  Reciprocity   is Gi^&n;jyiSb\^ody  Blow and Peojfre' H-ay^  r  Spoke#^-f|  flBW GOVERNMkT^&BkANTT  WW^^i  R. W. DEANS  -Notary Public  ��������� Real Estate  J Ranches, Properties,  Mines, Timber,  Water 'Powers  .- Upper Trout Creek,_ Balcomo P. O. B:C.  X. TlIOJIl'SON   '        *��������� *      '   1'HONE SKYMOUK 5943  MGR. WESTEl'J* CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Oftiecj and Warehouse, 847-ti*' Bcatty Street  Vancouver, B. C.  R. H. ROGERS,  ��������� ��������� - ��������� ' -    -r ^!a7"b:c:l:~'"-^'~ ~  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  NOW .WATCH TURNER BLUSH  (Oroville Gazette)  Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hanson drove  over from Rock Creek Sunday in their  motor car to pay a visit to-Mrs. Hanson's father, Capt. N. B. Kelsey, returning home Monday. , They made  the run over in a little better than  two hours, which means the hitting of  the h igh places here and there in the  flight. ��������� Mr. Hanson is used to motoring over the kind of roads'they keep  up in British Columbia, and itjnrred  him some when he struck the corrugated highways orr this. side of the  line. He says he will cheerfully take  a'day off any time and drive the commissioners of-this- county over the Canadian highways and byways and let  them accyuyila'te some ideas as to how  roads ougirt'to be built-to endure and  give gratification to those who are  compelled to use them. -, It^ might be  money saved and improvement assured if the comiiiissioners*Hvould tiike  Mr. Hanson at his word. AfrJettst.they  would be able to see rhpw'thp'y- don't  do it right when road, supei-visors tr-v  to build roads on this sfdcjo&the inter  "Ti������t������*������7"������fc������������*1!l'S*iiil*".W".- -���������"������������������^h^i'^Hfe-?-'- -"  Canada Will Continue t04H6ld^rirer|Posi-  tion as Most Importa>rj|liinlf iitfChain  of Empire���������For, Both^Ecoribmic and  ���������   ..        .   _ .JisJ'.,.-iJ1-.-VJ''_���������  &Al  National Reasons -tiSisVexdict'wWas  ��������� Given���������Not Merely aTParty^Trinmph  ���������'     '      ',#*V"&"'V,;*\'.r     .  */���������".'������  At no time in  her hS&ry^ did'Can  ada attract the  wprld-rwule 'attention  ?M i-. - '���������  W  rs  hich the recent electimiVemteed.   It  true, the same issue jvas.-'Jrefore the  . i���������.:���������   icm   k....  :.. ak<;'J,'-.,��������� /j..   ..  but it-iiniie"'"rip'4*n  a  ind Canada; hiid - not  .. PAINTfNfe ...  and PAPER-HANGING  Stocks  ���������/YUries  Herbert B. Brown  Broker  MEMBER   VAXCOUVEB  MINING EXCHANGE      ,  443 Pender St. W. Vancouver.  Write me about your claims  The Undersigned is prepared tp  do work in  HOUSE, SIGN and  .    any OTHER WORK  . '  in the painting line.  Orders  may  be  sent to  Box  472, Hedley, B. C.  R. T. BARCLAY.  people-in  1891  different  way and  then attained the sta'ndibg^fi/hich she  now holds. Is/v^-A': ������������������*-  Ill a measure the result' 'was a'surprise to both but hot alt-pgetJj'eivsoi for  while the conservatives fivere 'Jonfident  of a majority of at least 20 tAiey' were  also prepared to see a; lan< slicl,e in  their i direction and if the lib .-rals* expected to be returned' at all i.\ showed'  plainly how completely^ Laui^er seems  to have lost the pulse o'f the^'anadian-  people and his old time, political sagacity had forsaken him. *-  In every province except- Alberta  Borden made important,gains and his  loss in Alberta was only one seat.  To Ontario belongs jthe credit of  making the victory so*sweeping and  that province will dominate the new  parliament but in Ontario the domination will be in safe hands.  British Columbia's contribution was  no mean one and showed that when  Premier McBride promised a solid  seven from this province he knew  what he was talking about.  All   Except Radicals  Admire   Canada's  Action, and Disapproval of These  Is Only Pretence.  London', Sept. 52.���������The overwhelming defeat of Premier Laurier and the  liberal government's policy of reciprocity with the United States at the  polls in Canada yesterday came as a  surprise to England.  The result generally is welcomed  here, as Englishmen had felt that the  trade arrangement presaged closer  political relations between the neighbors and a consequent loosening of  the imperial ties.  The .unionist and tariff reform  papers receive the news with undisguised elation, while the liberal and  radical press remind them that the  victory was obtained with the assistance of .Henri Bourassa.  The unionist Globe says that while  theie were some side issues in the contest, "the issue was reciprocity and  the Canadian people will have none-of  it. They heard tho voice of1 President  Taft declaring that reciprocity; meant  annexation. They heard the voice of  Sir Wilfrid Lawyer in, indignant de-,  nial, but on the whole they decided to  believe'the president i ather than the  premier. ,.They were right/ in' doing  so. - .  - The struggle is. on between imperialism and continentalisin, as\the  German papers pointed out months  ago, and imperialism has won."  DEAL ON FLORENCE GROUP  Option Given by Thos. Bradshaw on Important Group of Claims���������Consideration is $75'ooo  IMPERIAL PREFERENCE NEAR  ���������JL c A. F. & A. M.  '^U^f      REGULAR monthly meetings of  /\r\   Hedley Lodge No. 43, A. F.'& A. M.,  are held on the second   Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brothr-on arc cordially invited to attend.  J. K. FRASER,  W. M  J. A. SCHUBERT,  Secretary  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Cain]) moots in Fraternity Hull  the llrstund third Thursdays in the month.  G Mc-Kaciii'i-.v S. E.Hamilton  Counsel Clerk.  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1744 are held on  the third Monday in every  ���������^*^W^������^������ month in Fraternity Hall. Visit"  ihg brethern are cordially invited to attend.  ARTHUR KING, W. M.  WM. LONSDALE. Sect.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL ENGINEER and BRITISH  OOLUM1HA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building Princeton  BRITISH COLUM-BITA  Vancouver, Stevens, con,  Victoria, Barnard, con.,  Westminster. Taylor con.,  Kootenay, Goodeve, con.,  Yale-Cariboo, Burrell, con-  Comox-Atlin,'Clements, con.,  Nanaimo, Sheppard, con., "  STANDING BY PROVINCES  Libs.  Prince Edward -Island....    1  Nova'Scotiav................    9  New Brunswick.     8  Quebec.;......:.. ..34  Ontario .13  Manitoba     1  Saskatchewan     9  Alberta     5  British Columbia     0  Yukon   maj.  2927  ma].  567  i������  1649  a  813  -ft  1677  Regarded as Natural Result of Canada's  Verdict on Reciprocity.  Totals..  SO  4S7  Cons.  3  S  5  26  71  9  1  2  7  132  Conservative majority over Liberals  52.  C.  JE. SHAW  DR. J. L.  MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville, 1st  to llth of each month.  Office on North   Main   Street.  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office of J. A. Brown  KEREMEOS - -  B. C.  NOTICE  K. A. C. STL'DD  IIAliOI.D MAY.VK OAIA'  STUDD & DALV,  Members Vancouver Stoclc Exchange  RealJEstate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hastings Street W  Opposite New Post Ollicc  P. O. BOX OOli  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTKICT  DISTKICT OK YAl.l"  Vancouver,  B. C.  Burne, Temple & Tunbridge  ���������"PAKE notice that Mrs. F.K. Richter, of Ivcre-  -1- iiicos, occupation rancher, intends to apply'for permission to lease tho following described land;  Commencing at a post planted at tho N. W.  corner of lot 2'i2a thence south SO chains: thence  west 10 chains: thence north SO chains; thence  east 40 chains to tho point of commencement,  and containing JJiiO acres, more or less.  MRS. F. E. RICHTER  July 15th, t!)U. 30-10  Giving the Liberals the Labor member and the Conservatives the two  Nationalists,Conservative majority 53.  There are two to hear from, one in  Nova Scotia and one in Ontario; and  three are deferred, two in Quebec and  one in Ontario, although it is reported  that the Ontario man Coninec litis  thrown up the sponge and given his  Conservative opponent the seat.  There are three  independents,   who  are Nationalists from Quebec.  Seven ministers went down and the  eighth, Pugsley, has only 2 majority  arid may he counted out. The slain  are Teinplenian in B.C., Patterson,  King and Giaham in Ontario, Fielding  and Sir Fred Borden in Nova Scotia [  and Fisher in Quebec.  YALE-CARIBOO.     ���������  Detailed rot tuns from Yale-Cariboo  are incomplete and will not be known  until   the  Returning   Officer reports.  Here are a few:  Macdonald    Johnson  35 2 .  10 3  48 2  London, Sept. 22.���������The result of the  Canadian election has put great heart  in the tariff reform movement here,  and has been received by the Unionists  with gr&afc, enlhusia^nr.  .     .������.-*,,-,J.���������-���������.-  Frederick E, Smith, unionist M.P.  for Liverpool, says Canada's example  will be of immense encouragement to  the tariif reformers here and a corresponding rebuff to the free traders.  Andrew Bonar Law, unionist M P.  for Dulwich division of Camber-well,  believes the result of the elect-ion will  hasten the triumph of imperial preference.  William R. Peel, leader of the municipal reform party, says Canadians  defeated an An.1erici-.1n' conspiracy to  absorb their country and that imperial  reciprocity now is certain.  Among the more moderate of the  tariff reform'morning newspapers str-e  expressions of regret at the disappearance from political life of Sir Wilfrid  Laurier.  The Standard and most of the other  unionist papers predict it will not be  long.before the policy of imperial reciprocity is triumphant.  It was reported on the street last  week that an option had been given  by Thos. Bradshaw on the Florence  group of mineral claims in Twenty-  mile canyon and the correctness has  been admitted by Mr. Bradshaw.     '  The option has been taken' in the  name of A. Creelman for' Mr. C. H.  Brooks who is now in the east and  whose acceptance of the option, is  daily expected. The consideration is  .$75,000 and tlie group coiupi ises five  claims outright and a half interest in .  three others. The claims are Little.  Pittsburg, Whale, Bullenbeck, Florence fraction, and Eagle.- Nest No. 2  in which Mr. Bradshaw holds a full  interest and the Florence, Zerust  fraction and Kitty fraction in  which he has half interest. These  claims are favorably mentioned by  Mr. Camsell in his report of tlie camp  for the Canadian Geological Survey.  -The option if appioved of will be  be followed by a bond which will call  for a considerable expenditure for development as well as the deposit of a  per centage in cash.  WHAT IS IT WORTH ?  Jim   Hill   After    Information -- Would  Know Value of Votes in Hedley  An amusing situation  arose in Hedley in connection with the despatch of '  the ballot box to  the returning officer-  at Kamloops.     The deputy  returning  officer at Hedley,   acting  on   instructions, sent the  ballot box duly sealed  and inclosed in   a sack up to the G.N.  station   to go  out  by  express; but in  the absence of J.Raitor,   the regular-  agent at Hed'fev who is off on his holi  clays,- his substitute \v;ts\letermii'iocTto '"  play safe by a rigid adherence to rules  and as there is a rule requiring valuation of goods sent by express, the ballot box  lay at  the station for several  days before being sent forward, awaiting  valuation  at  the  hands  of some  one competent  to put a   price on S4  genuine Hedley votes .and two spoiled  ones.  No matter- how good a rule may  be-there  will alwaj's   be   some   spot  where it will break  down, and fortunate ��������� is   the   man   who   has   enough  humor .in . his make-up to recognize  when a situation becomes ridiculous.  SLANGWHANGING KIPLING  COLONEL   MUST  CLIMB   DOWN  Phoenix Pioneer  The Pioneer has found it at last, in  spite, of Ool. Lowry"s denials of its existence. A picture postcard arrived  here the. other day from Hell. It was  somewhat of a shock to us as we always considered we had no friends residing there. It seems a nice looking  place and is situated on the coast of  Norway. Mar-tin Sortomine, a former  resident of Phoenix is spending Iris  vacation there.  The abusive criticism heaped on  Kipling by certain papers of the United States for his letter to tho Montreal Star, and the readiness with  which Canadian grit papers like Tem-  pleman's Victoria Times reproduced  the attacks, is good evidence of the  genuineness of the letter.  METEOROLOGICAL.  County Court of Yale  SITTING of the  County  Court   of  Yale  xi-     will be holden at, the Court House, Keremeos Centre, on Tuesday the 10th day of October, 1011, ut eleven o'clock in the forenoon.   <"���������  JAS. R. RIIOVVN  Registrar County Court of Vale.  Burrell  Hedley        17  Keremeos 35  Princeton  59  ���������   ��������� 1  SOJIIS   OKANAGAN*    POLLS  Burrell   Macdonald  Vernon     37(i  Lumhy '   59  Armstrong     171  Enderby     109  IN*  OTHER  HIDINGS  Ashcroft..  Knalt... .>  Tappen ...  Carson....  Grand Fks.  53  5  10  12  180  Kelowna   Benvouliu   Ellison   Gellatly  .",..  Okanagan Centre'..  Okanagan Landing  Peachlaiid   Sumtnerhiiid     100  Penticton     13S  173  39  13  12.  10  28  1)1  86  S  4  (i  -1  S  20  76  53  Greenwood 134  N'th Bend 14  S'lni'nArm 110  Notch Hill 31  Lillooet... 27  Clinton... 24  .B'dary Falls 0  Eholt..... 22  Phoenix.. 101  Mothei-lode 31  Midway .. 34  Cascade . -  54  (i  12  4  S3  73  13  48  38  25  7  0  9  ��������� 0  8  IS  5  144  36  S8  66  1  1  1  0  10  14  0  10  0  0-  0  ���������0  1  25  7  S  1  The foliowirig are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Sept 23, 1911 :  AT THE  MINE.  Maximum        Minimum  Sep 17 . ���������        .. ���������  IS .. ���������        .. ���������  19 .. ���������        .. ���������  20  22      23 .'." ���������        \'  Average maximum temperature ���������.  Average minimum do        ���������.  Mean temperature ��������� -.--���������  Rainfall for the week    0.00 inches.  Snowfall       "       "         0.19  COlU-KSPONDING WlSF.lv OK LAST VEAK  Highest maximum temperature 73.  Average maximum  Lowest minimum  Average minimum  Mean  do  do  do  do  62.57  25.  38. II  50.35  AT  Sep 17  IS  19  20  21  22  23  Minimum  34  46  47  46  41  33  31  THE   .MILL.  Maximum  02  0(5  09  59  02  49  57  Average maximum temperature 00.57  Average.minimum do 39.71  Mean do 50.14  Rainfall for the week  0.00 inches  Snowfall       "       "      0.  coimEsroN-niNQ week ok last vkau-.  Highest maxim inn temperature. SO  Average do do 70.-12"  Lowest minimum do 31  Average do do 46.7.1  Mean do .01.50 ^'aMOvtmntoarrrti-j ������.-������ Ti-fcwuw ti)*<Vn  i*).������n^i*!i.wiw(.-w������t^frte-'j(WttM^it  --; 'j  1'HE HKDLEY, GAZETTE,. SEPT 28..1M11.  and  it    vT-������  *���������������*** J5  ?t3&  Similkameen, Advertiser.  ssiK'tl on Thursdays, by the Hi'di.i'Y Ga'/.ktvk  I'lUXTINO A.N'I) I'fltl.lSrllNO C'O.MI'AXV.  Limited,  at. Ilcdlcv.  li. C.  | rest of the world that Canada wants, V ere. 1 b no- lor,his doubtful iiiipe-  i closer trade relations with all parts of rial.sin a nd.'.h's liability to get into  ' the British empire, and: her tninspor- ini^chief-oyer in Engla.nd along with  tation system is now ready .to aoconi- j those   radical : chaps   it.-might;' be  a,  Subscriptions in Advance  S-cr Year ......... .S2.0I;  "   (United States).-.  2..*0  Advertising Rates  ������������������ -'"Measurement-. 12 lines 16 the inch.  , Land Notices���������Certillcates or improvement, etc.  ���������$7.(10 for (iO-day notices, and Sfi.OO for 30-day  notif es.    ,. t  Changes for contract advertisements should  modate' it. The arrangement might  hurt the Canadian farmer a little bit  in some' rn'iar-teis, but it would he, a  gain to him.in the long rim if it should  have the-'effect of, proving  an   object j'ClilToi-il^tJifton, who deserves much  at  i-mc-inus/act to (ilfer Laurier tire High  Ciiiiiiniss.ioner.ship in succession to  Lord Slmtlii.'oria. There is every .probability jtliat if will be. offered to Hon.  lesson to Great Britain.,-. Canada is not  in aposition just yet to entei into aii  imperial zollverein with all the rest of  in is in a  charge. For- changes of tenor than once a mouth  he   nrice of composition  will  he charged at  rcguliir rates.  A. MEGUAVV. A'aiiairln-i Editor.  "  he iu the ollice by noon on Tuesday to secure ! {]n, British Empire, but Brita:  'attontiou tor that week s issue. ; '       '.  Advertisements will be changed once every i position to give a  trade preference to  mouth if advertiser desires, without any extra  'ill her colonies'if John Bull could only  ^et  that through' his  head.    But  as  i long as the Lord permits the liiodern-  i *-  j day British Radical to run at large  ' and continue his present.useless perhi-  j cious influence to endanger not only  I Britain herself but every overseas  Dominion, it seems hopeless to expect  that Britain ever will learn.  the lianlllh of Canadians for the part,he.  .played ijn helping to tide the. country  through.' iiiic, of the worst crises  thu'iigln winch it i-\ er 'passed.  Full Moon  Si  Last quaiv  17.  New Moon  an  First nuar.  1.  19.11  SEP  1911  Sun. Mon. Tugs. Wed. Tim. Pri. Sat.  3  10  17  24  4  11  IS  25  o  1*2  26  6  13  20  27  i  14  .21  2S  1  S  15  22  29  2  9  *16  23  30  THE GLOBE'S LATEST OFFENCE  For a paper that one time, exerted a  wide influence and coiiiiiianded'respect  theoldToronto Globe under its present  niinisteriaMiead has indeed sunk low.  Its attitude to the manufacturing  interests of Canada as shown up by  the Montreal Star, which produced  proofs from the editorial paragraph's  of the Globe, must have given pain to  many who remembered the paper in  the days of the Browns.  During the 'late   campaign  prevarication and distortion   had   become  so  much   a   habit    that    it    apparently  became .impossible   for -that   pa.per   to  deal  fail ly by an opponent,   arid   now  when the  election   is  over  it  cannot  even   state   the   result   in   a   manly,  hone.-l way without  trying,   in   sheer  spite, to do further harm.    In its coin  liients on 'the result the Globe said:���������  ���������'The.   people   in   Ontario   don't  like their  neighbors to the south.  That is emphatically the decision  of  yesterday's   election.    Liberals  in   lens   of  thousands   must  have  joined   the  Conservatives   in   city  and country to show   their  objections to ha.ving any truck or- trade  with the Yankees."  A more, dishonest  and  mischievous  paragraph than this it- would   lie  difficult to find.    Because mistaken leaders  of the. Liberal  party    in   their folly,  tried to force Canada into an arrangement   where   she   had  everything  to  lose and little or nothing to  gain  and  the people of Canada used the ballot to  protect themselves, that is no   reason  why they should he accused of ill-will  or unfriendliness towards their neighbors to the south.   The Rev*, gentleman  who  is  responsible for   the   editorial  opinions   of   the     Globe    should    be  ashamed of himself.  PRESENT AND FUTURE.  It is pleasing to, note tlie absence of  undue exultation on the part of the  Conservative press over- the result of  the Canadian election. This is as it  should be, for the result is no party  triumph, andthere, are tens of thousands of Liberals through Canada who  deserve'more credit for tire part they  took in contributing to that end than  did many Conservatives who in many  cases merely ' voted Avith their party,  but it is also true that there were tens  of. thousands of Conservatives who  entirely lost sight of party in the common danger which menaced the land.  Let us all be thankful that the danger is past for the "moment,, but also  let us be vigilant"and riot think that  ! the serpent  has been killed when it  j may be only "scotched."  For the Conservative party it is not  a. time for   boasting   but   for   stocktaking.   They   must not forget  that  while they went down  in   1896 for a  principle,   trying, .to.-,.obey  and  carry  out a   duty laid   upon   them   by the  highest court in -tlie'-re'.-ilin', there was  also a record for some graft  that  had  crept in during  their long  tenure of  office; but while that is so  they have  the satisfaction of knowing that when  the plague spots appeared they had a  manlike Sir John  Thompson-'at-the  helm   who  did   not   condone   wrongdoing nor try to  cover  up  fraud but  had the guilty  parties punished, and  that humiliation should be- a lesson to  guard against like.pitfalls.   In Premier  Borden they will have  another John  Thompson.  ' For--British..Columbia the change  should mean much-, as there are many  outstanding difficulties to lie adjusted  between the federal and provincial  governments. We do not ask more,  than our rights, but we do ask that  outstanding claims have a fair and  honest consideration, and that justice  and no more than justice be done.  'PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT"  The'Way t������o Weal*th - -, - :: _���������  is ������������������found by forming habits of economy.     Spend  a little jess than you etirii and pub the surplus'in.  a Savings  Account where interest will be kidded  ��������� '.'���������' twice a year. ' .!  ������������������'.���������'���������   .-.'���������     '������������������-    "���������-. ,'������������������������������������'   ���������������������������'.'.'.   .'   ��������� ���������'���������'',   "   "' .'���������' ''  The Bank of British Nortli imerica  will receive deposits of $1.00 and upwards.  75 Years in Business Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  1_| IS.HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in  JJ- Co^nicil has been pleased to appoint the  Honourable Albert Edward McPhillips, K. C.  President of the Executive Council; the Hon-  ouriihle T'rice Ellison, Minister of Finance:  Ohm los'Hem y.Lttci-iii, of the City of Victoria,  Esquire; and William Harold Malkin. of the  City of Viancouver, Esquire, to be Commissioners under the '"Public Inquiries Act" for the  purpose of enquiring- into and reporting upon  tho operation* of the "'Assessment Act I'M):",  with respect to its practical bearing on the  flnanoin! vennivq-nonts of the Province.  Tlie .said Commissioners will hold their meetings on the dates and at the places mentioned  hereundci.','namely -    ;  Victorir at the Executive. Council Chamber,  Parliameit :buildingrf, Monday and Tuesday,  2."ith and 2(>th''September, at :10 a. m. At tlie  Court house or. the Government office at the  following-places:��������� '"  Xanaini'o, Wednesday and Thursday, 27th  and "-.Sth.'Septoinber. , .'���������;';'���������'  riVancovvor, Friday and Saturday, 29th and  30th September.'. ���������  Now Westminster, Monday,-'.and October.  Rovols$:oke, Wednesday, ith October.  Golden, Thursday, 5th October,  Cranbrioke, Saturday, 7tli October  Fernie'-Monday, 9th October.-���������"'  Nelsoi;i Wednesday 11th October  Rossloj.d, Thursday, 12th October  Grand ;"'orks,.i*riday 13th October  '  Princeton, Saturday Tlth October   ;  Merritt' Monday, Kith October  Kamloops. Tuesday 17th October   ���������  Sunmicrland, Thursday., 151th October  Penticton, Friday 20 October ;  Kelowna, Saturday, 21st October.  Vernon, Monday. 23rd October!  ��������� It is requested that all persons.who arc interested in the matter aforesaid, and who desire  to be heard, will not fail to : be present at the  mcetiugs of the Coinmif-.sioners.7-j  PRICE ELLISON1",  ��������� ���������'.. ! Chairman.  Treasury Department, ISfch September, 11)11.  NOTICE  . Certificate of Improvements.  Sackamknto Mineral   Claim situato  in  the  Osoyoos  Mfnin^ Di-visiou of Yale District..  Where located���������Camp Hedley.  ���������Take notice that. I, Adiuu .Croolnian. Free  Miners certilicate No. 40574b intend sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim; ..-������������������...  And further talec notice that action tinder  section 37 must be commenced before the issue  of such Certificate of improvements.  ; 'ADAM CREELMxYN  Dated this 21st day of September, 1911  Hedley Branch,  H. A  Hincks, Manager  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� ���������  ��������� ���������  ���������SHOES     SHOES     SHOESJ  ���������  Winter is coming* and you require good  solid lesther for your shoes that will stand  the wear and protect your feet from the  wet and cold.  ���������.  We, have them for Men, Women and  Children in the most reliable makes and  we are selling1 them at sx discount of 20%  off our regular marked prices.  ��������� Shatfords,  Ltd.  t  ���������  t  fr"~  $  I  m  ���������ill  f  FRUIT JARS  As  we have  had  considerable  expeaience in handling fruit  jars, we can conscientiously recommend  ��������� the new American Sealer  ���������   i JGolden State Mason  4  ."I  A  ill  t  M  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN* LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT OK   VAI.I"  as the only absolutely perfect sealer on the market.   No new  cays required.    Opening same vvidth as sealer, and  * therefore easy to clean. No clamps required  a child can open and close them.  On Sale at .  Schubert's Supply Stores  Hedley and Tulameen  ill  '-i-i  4*1  .1:1  rVil  '-.1  land  . ^.. . . , . .  Commciicingat a ))ost planted about 20 chains  south and 40 chains west from the h. iv. corner  of lot 232s thence west 80 chains; thence south  20 chs; thencecastSO chs; thence north 20 chs  to the point of commencement, and containing  about 160 acres, more or less.  .    CHAS. RICHTER  agent for Mrs. M. E. Richter  August 2nd, 1011. 31-10  AUSTRALIA FIRST.  It w-ts- reported dtu-ing the r-ecent  election ciinipaign tlmt AiiKtr-jilia  would seek a reciprocity iigreeinent  with Can.-idn. If the reciprocity she  would seek should he on natural products alone, she evidently did not  understand the real import of the  bargain which the late government  proposed, for, by it, Australia would  have free access to Canadian markets  under   the  favored-nations   arrange-  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  How long will Britain nurse her  present jug-handled trade delusion and  imagine that she has free trade?  NOTICE  PRINCETON   BREWING   CO. {  PRINCETON, B. Q. ���������  Make the  NOTED HOP GOLD BEER  It seems as if Canada still believes in  protection to Canadian industries,  whether they be of the field or the.  workshop. At all events, Ontario,  British Columbia and Manitoba do.  When the German papers said that  the solidarity of the British Empire  was involved in Canada's decision on  Thursday last, and the English radicals and radical papers professed inability to see any danger, they gave the  people of Canada an  opportunity  of  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DISTKICT OK VALE  "TAKE notice tliat I, Lome Stanley Coleman,  ���������*��������� of Keremeos, rancher, intends to apply  for permission to purchase the following described lands  Commencing at a post planted about 10 chs.  cast of the s. e. corner of Lot 20s, thence south  about 00 chains to a point (X) feet north of the  International boundary line, thence west 20  chains, thence north (HI chains, thence east 20  chains to point of commencement, containing  120 acres more or less.  LORNE STANLEY COLEMAN  August 17th, lilU  THEIR NOTED HALF AND HALF  (HALF STOUT. AND POKTEU)  is a Winner.  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.    Comprising 100 Acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in British Columbia.    All stock wintered in our cellars and no danrger of buring winter killed trees.  Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Orchards.  seeing how much  better Germany is  ment without giving Canada any con-1 posted   on   conditions    obtaining    in  cessions in return. Should Australia,  now <lifer Canada reciprocity it is to  be hoped that the Borden government  will meet them halfway, even if the  same objection exists in their case-  that did in the matter of r-ecrprocit'v  with the United States, in that their  export products are much the same as  our own. The niniii thing in such an  arrangement .would be to show to the  Canada than are the English radicals.  Kipling has a lot of work to do over  there yet before he can get those people in Downing street to understand  where the,British Empire is or what  it consists of. Truly "they think the  empire still is the Strand and Holborn  Hill," and they'll keep on thinking it  until another generation of them die  off.     .   ,  In the Supreme' Court of British Colnmbia  In Probate  In the Matter of Michael Sullivan,  deceased  . and .   ,     ���������    ���������  In the Matter of the '���������Official Administrators' Act"  NOTICE  -VfOTICE is hereby given that by an order  1,1 made by His Honour, F. B. Gregory,  Judge of this Honorable Court, dated the 30th  of August, A. D. 1011, the undersigned was appointed Administrator of all and singular the  estate and effects of the above named Michael  SulHvan, late of Fairview, in the Siinilkaineen  division of Yale district, in the Province of  British Columbia: deccaeed,. who died interstate on or about the 3rd day of September.  A. D., 1905.  All persons having claims against the estate  of the said deceased are required to send the  same with the particulars thereof, duly verified, to the undersigned on or before tho First-  day of November, 1011, and all persons indebted to the said deceased are required to nay the  amount of such indebtedness to the undersigned forthwith.  Dated this 11th day of September. A.D. 11)11.  JOSEPH A. BROWN.  Korenieos, B. C.  Official   Administrator- for   the Sirnilkamcori  Division of,Yalo District.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  District ok Yale.  ���������"PAKE Notice that Robert James MeCurdy,  -1- of Keremeos, occupation, road foreman,  intends to apply for permission to'purchase KX)  acres of land, bounded as follows:  Commencing afca post planted about.SOchains  north of the main Ashnola river, about 18:f  miles from its mouth and one chain north of  trail, thonce west 40 chains, thence south 10  chains, thence cast 10 chains, thence north 10  chains to point of commencement.  ROBERT JAMES McCURDv  H. (.'. N. Etches, agent.  July 12th, 1011- 30-10  WATER NOTICE  County Court of Yale  A SITTING of the County Court of Yalo will  be hold in Fraternity Hall. Hedley, on  Wednesday, October 11th, at 2 o'clock p. xu.  By Command  HUGH HUNTER  Registrar County Court.  WE The Daly Reduction Company, of Hcd-   I  ley, B. C, occupation. General Mining.   I  give notice that wo intend on the 2;ith day of  October next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon  to apply to the Water Commissioner at his  office at Fairview for a licence to take and use ���������']  two cubic feet of water per second from an  unknown  Creek, a tributary of 18-Mile Creek, i  The water will be used on Lot 2900 for Gcncr-  al.Mining Purposes  The Daly Reduction Co., Ltd.       i  G. P. Jones, Agent.  Dated this 21st day of Sept. 1911 38-1  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  DlSTIUCT OK YAL13  '"PAKE Notice that I. Alexander George Har-  J-       vey,   of New  Westminster, occupation,  mechanic, intend to apply for permission toll  purchaso 1W) acres of land, bounded as follows. I  Commencing at a post planted about (i chains ���������.  north of tho main Ashnola river and about 17  miles from its mouth, and adjoining H. C. N.  Etches   pre-emption,   thence cast   80 chains;  thence south 20 chains: thonce west 80 chains  thence north 20 chains to point of Commence-',  rucnt.  ALEXANDER GEO. HARVEY  H. C. N. Etches, agent  July 12th 1911 30-10 SKi  THE HEDLEY .GAZETTE, SEPT. 28, 1911.  Town and District.  Found���������A pair of spectacles without any case and one glass broken.  Call at this office.  Postmaster, F. M. Gillespie went  over to Penticton on Saturday diid intended taking a trip up tho lake-as fains Kelowna.  A gang of telephone lin-einen have  been engaged heie for the past week  straightening up a number of "the  "weary Willies" among the posts) and  toning up some of the service lines in  town.  The stilt" tiosts  of tlie  end-of the  -,"   week   hnve  had a beautifying  effect  - on the foliage of tho surrounding hillsides and already sumach and. cot ton-  '���������' wood are showing most gorgeous coloring. -���������  - The year 1911 has been a very frosty  , one.  It started in early and continued  '���������' work late in the spring.     It has start-;  *<��������� ed in strong again- for tho Lust lap and  ' ', has been rather cold for some of the  - politicians as well.  Frank Bailey .has returned   to Mer-  ������������������* < , ���������' ��������� "i- -        *  ������      '       *u t ~   *>   *   *���������   1  l-itt after a six month's' trip to Eng-'  land. ''He says a great deal of British*  capital is coming to'Cana/la..andis being invested in trust companies and  * that class of investment.  . J. Wirth has been taking-a" holiday  off. Part of it was spent among the  Keremeos fruit ranches and part of it  in fishing andhuiitingup the.Ashnbla.  He is expected" back at his old job in  the mill about the end of this "week.  Mrs. L. A. Clark/ of Green Mountain, and other members of the family'  have gone to Spokane for Jthe' hun-  \ dredth'anniversary of the'birthday of  Mrs. Clarke's father who is still in rc-  ��������� markable health for one soolcb  '��������� M. K. Rodgers' arrived in town on  ' Saturday' last on ii visit to his family  and to take a ..look over the recent  development in the Nickel Plate mine  and note the results obtained. He was  accompanied by Mr. Galey. of Pittsburg, who thoroughly savvies,, the  manufacture of iron as done in Andy  Carnegie's town, but he nrade his first  acquaintance with a gold mine and  the processes .of getting out the gold  in the Nickel Plate mine and mill at  Hedley.  The British Columbia Mining and  Engineering Record Kv<vys'*''that the  Great Northern charges' $2.00 per ton  freight on coal fionf Pi-inceton to Oroville a distance of 80 miles and only  10c per ton from Princeton to Spokane  a distance of 225 miles. This is- rather  odd, if true, and would indicate that  the Railway com missions on both  sides of the lino have some work to do.  , Development work on the ' Sacramento is going'' forward with two  shifts at work. The place where they'  are working is on'the upper end of the  claim near the Metropolitan line and  a new trail has been built to the workings down from the Metropolitan.  ;  Mrs. G. B. Lyon is in Spokane, accompanied hy her son Wesley, both of  them going' theie to improve their,  knowledge of music. Mrs. Lyon has  always' displayed a fine talent for, as"  well as a passionate love of music, and  her desire-to impiove, herself is a very  natural one.'-   .   'j   ",i s '  Word  has been  received from Mr.  C.  H. "Brooks. . He is   now   in  New  ,York but j.s.going,.o"ver to Quebec in "a  few days  where the   matter- of the  Kingston is to qbirie npi rThV,'last re^  port in. that connection is to the" effect  .'' "���������*   ���������'- '- - *  that there was a great probability of  a settlement being* iYrrived' at* which  will - mqiiriTthe  eai-lyw resumption  of  operations -on a"Vn6re extensive -'scale  than was ever prosecuted.on the prop-'  errjr heretofore.    If settlement is not r,  *hiade,^the case ' between" Mr.  Brooks  and the former pwneis wjll be brought  on at once and the difficulty settled by  the court.  A bridge .contractor  who bus   been-  building biitlges for-the  Cement Co.  at East  Princeton,   tnld  the Oiovillo  Gazette that the Company, as soon as  their  plant   is   leady,   will   stmt   in  manufacturing on a two year contract  which   they  have on   hand requiring  them to  ni-inuinetiue 1000 barrels per  day  for  two years.     This would be a  verv nice contract providing the pi ice  j.*-. satisfactory, but as  the initial capacity   of  the  works  is  to be only 500  barrels  per day it  is  difficult to  see  how they are going to fill the contract.  Stockholders  in   the   company   haye  every confidence in the enterprise and  they have leason to believe that when  the product of the "Piinoeton concern  is placed on the,market its superiority  will  ensure, it, ready  sale at the best  prices going, but they  are not unreasonable enough to expect tho management to turn out lOOO'bariels' per day  with a 500 barrel plant. Neither should  the expect they'full  capacity of 500  barrels   to be, obtained from the/very  Hist.    It is better for all, purposes to  ���������"��������� *"        ".   -     *���������"*' i ������������������'*.���������;    !    '  stick to facts, and-then there is less  danger of dissatisfaction afterwards  when the inipos'-ible has not been attained.  PflLMB  Uiveru, Feed & Sale Stables  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor    '  BverutliiiKj New and  First-Glass'  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.;  UEDI.EY  13. o.  If A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    If Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  OttiGC of Dominion Express Gompamj.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  Phon.   14        INNIS   BROS. Proprietors.  When   writing   Adversers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  . Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE   GAZETTE  KEEP YOUR EYES: ON  P MEDLEY  L. W. Sha,tford,.,M. P. P., put in a  busy week, offjt last .week, coveting  every part of the,Siinilkaineen within-  five days before the.election except  the extreme east. ^He used an automobile which enabled him to cover a  lot of ground and do it more effectively than travelling by train. He /was  full of confidence as to the outconje of  the election and sure that the Similkameen would do its part. -��������� His last attack of hay fever proved lather a hard  one to shake off, but he did not anticipate any further trouble this fall'and  will be more careful next summer to  avoid the dry belt in the danger-  period.  WATCH IT,GROW  It is destined to l?������;the^reatest Gold Mining Camp, in Canada.  M6n%, invested-in*Hedley Town Property Jib w will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months > , .    ?V  '' #,-* ^*"*7TTTm^rT777STmrm    >������������������'*���������  ; Buy Now; Don't Put It Off, as the Price is Going Up.  :-- - .   -  .,.,lh    '���������"!  > -    ,    ,  For Full Information Write or Call on   .?  r ���������  ->      *-���������">���������>. " .,'   ������������������,   i * "\,i* .-',. Y  '���������.*���������'.."���������   ,s    '   -  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager ^ HEDLEY, B.C.  X  X  ���������  X  ���������  -���������  ���������  X  ���������  RICH  EAST  RESOURCE  ���������    surrounding    -    -     -  PRINCETO  S  New City with the Payroll  gives you the opportunity for one of the  ;. I  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 6oal of the  best quality and is developing immense copper deposit's, re-,  quiriug   large reduction works  and^ several hundred- employees. . ; ;v '. ;���������:���������;.  The Princeton Coal arid Land'Co. "iW 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 give 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.  x  D.G  Get FiiJI Particulars immediately  .,:    " *������   *! -.!���������  Princeton, B. C.  i ?   _  Blk.> Vancouver, B. C.  A.'  4 L-^a.-V'.'-"W^^  &*&*&';%&&������?&'?<'**  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. SKPT28, 1911.  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen-r-Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Charley Loiidon is sulfering from a  fragment of steel in the eye.  Who says tliat a constable has no  sense of humor or cannot keep a  secret?  Mr. E. D. Boeing and gang of workmen have completed .some very necessary repairs oii the traffic bridge west  of town.  Cattlemen from the lower valley  returned home last week from branding operations on the ranges above  Princeton.  John Siminonson, foreman on the  railroad section., east.... of here,' was'  taken to Hedley Hospital on Saturday  sitfferirig f 10111 a severe cold and fever.  .'.'..Two young men, well known; in  Keremeos, are to be married this  week, but at the time of writing par-  .ticulars are not tivailable for publica--  tion. ������������������       .'"���������'''���������   ��������� ���������'<   '��������� ���������V;   -;'  Dr. Thomson, Dominion 'Veterinary/  Surgeon,'is  relieving  Mr.   Coristine,  , 'who fills tlie double  position 'of Customs Collector and Veterinary inspector at Osoyoos.  Fruitgrowers of. thu-'Similkameen1  may now proceed, secure rn the knowledge that their interests will  be  pro-  , -tected and that they< will, have a niar-  ,     ket for their produce.  The KiK.K. is a literary., a nd. debating society. Shall we let,it die. or.  shall we resume the  weekly meetings  . again fori the  coming   winter?    All:  interested will meet at Mrs,  Keoler's  ..home  Thursday   evening,   28th  inst.  ."^Everybody welcoiue.~Con.  o"   On Wednesday  of/last .week ���������Rev."i''i|  Mr. Caniei-on was called to Princeton  ��������� to perform the wedding ceremony for  'Merral Osborne  and   Ada   Marston.  The ..newly-married   couple, took the  -train to Keremeos and the auto stage  ;to Penticton and spent a brief honey-  ...moon on the Okanagan, -'.returning l<6'  :Princeton���������on Saturday.  "Champa Clark did it,"  is how the  Spbkesman-Jieview  accounts for the  defeat  of -.���������i-ecipi-pcityi'   Perhaps   the-  Hearst newspapers,  which  were circulated  so   freely    through    eastern  Canada,   and the Yankee  politicians  .who   crowded   the liberal  platforms,'  . helped some.  i ,-M.   K.   Rodgers   was   in   town   oil  '.Saturday arid, we understand, left oh  Monday on.a.trip up the .Ashnola to  explore   the   proposed   wagon    route  .from the Forks to the tungsten claims'  , situate on the south side of the  international boundary line.   He is acting  for the  promoters   of   the  claims.  On several mornings .lately  has been .evidence of slight frost .antljj  the more 'tender garden vines have"  been touched. YHigh up. on- the hill:;  sides .the deciduous trees are.-heginning"  to don their; autumn colors and stilt  higher up there has been a light'  covering of snow. :  Owing to the temporary absence of  many qualified voters and the fact  that through negligence many mimes  were not on the list which should have  been, the vote recorded hereon Thursday last was the smallest for many,,  elections. Though the vote was small'  it proved more than two to one for:'  Burrell.  L. W. Shatford and road supervisor  H. A. Turner covered a considerable  portion of this riding on election day  and the day preceding. They had a  powerful ".Case" auto: and on Tuesday  evening passed up the valley. Wednesday they covered the country  between Hedley and Tulameen, returning to Hedley for the evening.  Thursday made Keremeos, Penticton  and Fairview, returning to Penticton  in the evening.  Last week, owing to a temporary  fit of aberration on the part of our  usually very careful post-office clerk,  brought on no doubt by too much politics, our weekly budget of news was  mis sent to Princeton. The telephone  was made to save the situation .somewhat, hut many articles did not .appear in print just as your- correspondent had written them.  ''W. H. Armstrong left for- his home  in Vancouver on Friday evening after  a longer- visit in the valley than his  business interests at the coast usually  permit him to make, Mrs. Armstrong  and party, including Mrs. Graham,  the Misses Wood row and the Misses  Vincent, will remain here until the  first of next week, Tluiy all appre-  ciiU-e very jniich. their annual holiday  in the Similkairu-en.  ���������ww*****-*******!^^^  s    "������������������.'��������� 5  I' THE    BIG    STORE   I  Atigust     Cash  Groceries 5 % off Dry Goods 10 % off  Furniture. 10 % oft'. Hardware 10 % off  See Our Bargain Table  '. ' Yes. Gash Always brings Better Values  for both the Store and the customers. Our Goods  are not shellworii.   A car load of feed just in.  Voiur Order Please  We 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.  Jf ,npt pleased your money back  tungsten  thei*'  II  %  F.J.SAUVE  Sc  CO  \**AAA-AAAi  'AT IT HERE SinCE 1$0OV  ���������j'jr-  FA-  @*!!������������?r*5^  k-&  >+1.  with us twey wuvlmr  :!"WE:CIIU!lf;ttO^  AS QUICKLV4 3 THErVILS  am away iti        -���������:���������;;  you can be,  M WEIP PLErtSEP;  ^mmfmmsVf i  SATISFIED,  with Trie wiy inwwim  ow Business is  TRrlNMCTEP/l BlSinESS    ,  rvtm-sfiD by people op  mwwvmmm  flSl)tLt6IVII1<t  youR WMe */fiw?&ssv  WIliPROrlPTU/BMrteWU  rui5i|i������0RpViTiS������v  VI  SHOI/LPyOUIWVBrtlW  HN/1MGWL BUSINESS in  VflhCiOUVER-yiClrllTy;;  RBMT<5fd���������0ltECt,  AmtzmmPQRMLfc'  MORTGflGESTOISOK/flTER  /IMP COU-EGT,  FIREJttSURiinCETOPkKifi.  LETUS/ITTBriPTOJT.  WE ARE PLEflSiriG  OTHERS WEWIIi-BE SURE  TO PLEASE YOU.  Omv rRASEK* Ce Ltd  321 gamble street,  Keremeos-Penticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and, Saturdays al 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. Wklby. Proprietor.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting' of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Larbor." ������������������������������������������������������������'  Keremeos, B.C.  '���������..  .WHEN WRITING ADVERTISERS  I'LKASK  "MENTION   THIS IWI'Eli  reotiGton-Keremeos:  STAGE  Makes the round -trip between  Keremeos and Penticton  everyday and  Meets All :i Trains & Boats  Making Close Connections ..and  Affording Rapid Transit  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  0  0  , 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  -ftfeftKlptieipPWtlUU^  MEAT   MARKET  Fresh .Eish  .: ...j, ..."     I.    ���������) .*'!  ^yery/phwrsday  E. Ajfc. CROOK El?  v-ft*M^^fcM^^ra'*',rt'*raM������4<rt  $  0  0  0.  0  0  0  0  0  0t  0  .VSflhat a'f^^cp^QtK^me6sJcfrvat Lands  r i will be worth in a few years! when  1 the trees are in bearing  Can you do .better with your sayings by  sending them outside1 to invest in some speculative scheme, more br.less hazardous, .than by in-  vesting themi 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 laitd but ���������= what has .the water al-  1!  ready on it  Fruit Lots of any size to suit your*means;  at ^175, 215 arid. 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  i Ltd.  KEREMBOS; B. C.  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  ::#  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS BROKERAGE,  FIRE INSURANCE  AGENCY HE^E^j^AZE'T^E  OFFICE        -     '��������� I?^EME(p':B.C.:  Hotel KpfemfQ������<  Opposite G. Ntlij. St-ition  pi-oprietress.  MRS.  A. ,F. KIRBY,  j RUBLIC HIGHWAYS  !���������!."���������:������ ���������),;  JPjip.yiNci: ok BRrxrsii Columbia  "NJOTlOKilsihcrcby given that:all Public High-  -*-' Sva8"s:4aisunorgiinized.;.Di8ti-icts, and all.  Main ;"iErnilTkiiKoads in oiiRailizcd districts arc  sixty-^ix.:feettwidc, and havb:a'Svidth of t.hirty-  tlncerfeet^oii.eacli side ofbhe.imean straight  ccntre!lincip������ithe tra veiled foad.  In THOMiiSvrAYLOR  28-14 ' . Minister'of Public Works  Department of Public Works  Victoria. B C��������� July 7th 1911  ���������  ���������  ���������  I  '���������  The Elections are now over but the Clearing Sale  is now on at  E. M. Crocker's Hardware Store,  Special Bargains in  COAL AND WOOD HEATERS  of which we have a Large and Complete Stock  EVERY DAY BARGAIN DAY  Everything must go regardless of price.    Come on and get some of the  Bargains while they last.  KM.GBOOISEB  ���������������������������,���������  ;:������������������  ���������  ���������  ���������;���������  ���������  ;���������  x  ���������  1  -"kI  ���������������������������ii  m  M  M  m  m  ,;if  I  1  ���������**  m  m  .Sir,  t '���������  I;  ill  I?  I-    1  T  if  11  is a  n  11  ii,  to:  Kl'l  ���������' 1  as 1  17  M.'  Ik;  ns  !C-  I  -'i  ���������������������������*������������������

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