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 Volume VIII.  AND SIMILKAMEE^f ADVERTISER.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDiVY|  -TEMEEII 20. 191l>.  Number C8.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  ���������  DENTIST  [18 year's' practice in Vancouver.]  S. O.L. Co.'s Br.ocic .'  PENTICTON,      -   .'-������������������    B. C  TAKE BACK LANDS  British Columbia Southern and Columbian & Western Lands Now Property, of Province  R. W. DEANS  Notary Public Real Estate  Ranches,  Properties,  Mines, Timber,  Water .Powers  Upper Trout Creek, Balcomo P. O. B.C  N. Tuo.Mi'sox  '    1'HOXK SKVMOUIl 5943  '... MGK. WESTEllX CANADA       "  t  Gammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  Offices ninl Warehouse, SI'-CI' Beatty 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    miners'   and    Hi II men's  Union, No. 161, W. F. of M.  Regular meetings of the Hedley Local. No.  101 arc held on the first and third "Wednesday  in the month in Fraternity hall and the second  and fourth Wednesday at the X. I'. Mine  O. M. Stevkns . T. R. Wili'.kv'  President Fin-SeCi-etiirj".  Victoria, B. 0., Sept. 20.���������A cheque  for .$1,009,000 was,handed by the provincial treasury yesterday"|to J. S.  Deunis, of the Caiiadial Pacific, railway in payment for land giants made  to the British Columbia Suuthein and  Columbia & Wesfern railways, and  tlie lands become once more the property of the province. The lands 'comprise 2,550,000! acres granted to the  British Columbia Southern and 1,225,-  000 acres to. the Columbian & Western.  The price paid is 45 cents per acre,  which; would make $1,510,000. but  against this the province had a credit  of $401^)00 paid as interest on lands oil;  theShuswap & Okanagan railway,  jp-rit (if the bargain embodied in the  legislation of last session being that  the Canadian Pacific railway should  refund this amount.  The Columbia & Western lands are  resumed subject to F. August Heinze's  ownership of an undivided half interest in 580,000 acres. Heinze, during  his vis-it here last week, suggested that  the. government should buyv his half  interest from him and the '.government  is supposed to be not altogether- unfavorable'to the ideii, but no price, was  fixed, in fact, the 'matter did not go beyond the suggestion.  V. V.&E. CONTRACT LET  Forty-Two Miles Berween Coalmont and  Coquihalla Summit--Early Completion Expected  A DISPUTED BILL  A. F. & A. M.   REGULAR inoiithlj- meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 43. A. F. Sc A. M.,  are held ,on the second'Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall; Hedley. Visiting-  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  S. E. HA/IILTON,  W. M  ARTHUR CLARE,  Secretary  Interesting Outcome of Accident to T. J.  Armstrong  - (Oroville Gazette)  Dr. W. T. Schwabland spent two or  three days at Greenwood, B. C. last  week, a defendant in a suit for $1,000  damages brought against him by .Toe  Armstrong for malpractice. The doctor, had sued JVIr. Armstrong in the  British "Columbia court for his fee. and  .'��������� -Vancouver,  B.  C. ;Sept.  20th- -The  contract for the construction of about  ,42��������� miles of railway between Coalmont  and    Coquihalla    summit    has    been  awarded  by theVancouver, Victoria  & Eastern Railway company to Guthrie,  McDougail"& Co;>\ Work according to 'the terins of contract must be  completed by iJhly iiext.     The con-.  tractors will get  thcil- 'then and equipment on  the  work   in; the next few  days.      With   this  sti;ip   of   railroad:  completed  by July 1, 1913,  early completion  of the  remainder of the strip  from Coquihalla summit into Hope is  predicted.     The  latter,' piece of road  is that which tire Great Northern and;  Kettle  Valley lines wish   to build and  which  the  railway commission   now  has before it for consideration.    Until  tho railway  commissioners  act,  the  completion  of the line.from  the sum  mit to Hope is a matter of conjecture,  it is probable that'with' the decision of  the railway commission  will come the  announcement from tlie Canadian Pa-:  cifie  railway as to  where the bridge  across   the   Fraser-  river,   connecting  the main  1 itie of the 'Canadian Pacific  railway and the Kettle   Valley line,  will lie built.    There are two sites in  view now.  one at Hope and the other  GOOD NEWS IF TRUE  Indian Land  Near  Penticton   May   Ee  Subdivided and Sold by  Government  Mr.  Armstrong  entered   a   counter  MODERN WOODMEN  OF AMERICA  Hedley Local Camp meets in  Fraternity Hall the first and  third Thursdays in the month.  A. Cs.auk      ' K. H. SiMi'so.s*  Connsel Clerk.  L. O. L.  Regular- monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1744 are held on  the third Monday in every  ^5SSlat'SS������^&**month in Fraternity Hall. Visiting brethern are cordially invited to attend.  H. J. .IONKS, xv. >r.  -".VM. LONSDALK. .Sect.  DR. J. L. MASTERS  DENTIST  Will be at Home office in Oroville. 1st  to 14th of each month.  Office  on  North   Main   Street  claim for damages in tho sum mentioned. The doctor was not fortunate  in his selection of a barrister, and his  evidence, which was altogether documentary, failed to reach Greonwood  in time to be introduced before the  court, through no fault of his. Things  looked dubious for the doctor, as upon  advice of his attorney he did not summon any witnesses, and he had to play  the role of lawyer, cross-exaniing witnesses and making his own plea. In  tlie end the judge submitted the case  for more testimony to a commission  composed of three Spokane physicians  Dr. Schwabland selecting one and ..Mr.  Armstrong two. The litigants will appear before the commission in October  and the result of the case will no doubt  hinge upon the report of that body.  at Ruby creek' In"1 the estimation of  engineers who are familiar with the  count!y in that vieinity, Hope is the  logical position for the bridge. The  amount of the contract just closed by  Guthrie. McDougail:���������& Co., is said to  be about $1,500,000.  A SPLENDID MOVE  Peirticton, B. C, Sept. 21.��������� After  years of failure and fruitless effort  there seems to be a prospect of the  earlyjopeninir-iip of the Indian reserve  on the west side of the Okanagan river opposite Penticton. This re.-.erve  contains some 4S,000 acres in all, but  only a small portion is close to Penticton and fit for fruit growing. The  reeve and council are negotiating with  Dr. McKenna. of Ottawa, a special  commissioner, who is investigating  Indian affairs in the province, and  with every prospect of success.'  Perhaps nothing in recent years has  held back the development of the district more than this large strip of land  so close to town, lying locked up and  undeveloped. Dr. McKenna's idea is  to prevail on the government to subdivide the land and sell it to the actual  settler, spending the proceeds in bettering the conditions of the Indians.  EARTHQUAKES AND  MINE DISASTERS  Earth   Tremors   and   Colliery   Wrecks  Nearly Related]  CANADA'S MARINE  Ninth in the List of Maritime Powers of  the World  The  Fencing of the Cemetery Now in  Sight���������Nest Egg Fund to That  End is Secured  NORJLEY F. TUNBRIDGE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, Etc.  PENTICTON, British Columbia.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL KNCilNFKR axi> BKlTlSir  COLC.MBIA LAND Sl'KVKYOI!  Star Building  Princeton  HILLIARD'S  BARBER     SHOF*  FOB A.V KASY SHAVK  HOT & COLD BATHS  Next door north of Grand Union Hotel  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister, Solicitor, Flo.  MON'KY TO  LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Sept, 21. 1012:  AT  THE  JUNK.  aiivximum Minimum  Sep 15            .            54 .. 31  10           ..          51 .. :u  17 ..          57 .. 30  18 ..          50 .. 39  10            ..          48 .. SI  20 ..          54 ..             28  21 ..          50 ..             til  Average maximum temperature 53.28  Average minimum do        33.28  Mean temperature 43.28  Rainfall for the week (I.      inches,  Snowfall  COKKI'SrO.N'lH.VC'  WKKK OK LAST VEA1!  Highest maximum temperature ���������.  Average maximum do ���������.  Lowest minimum do  Average minimum do ���������.  Mea n  do  ."Minimum  39  48  42  41  34  88  48  W'lIKN WHITING AlrV'KIJTISXII'S  1'LKASK  AIlSNTIOX   THIS J'AI'KI!  AT  THE 31 ILL  Maximum  Sep 15 .. 78  10 .. 71  17 08  18 07  1!)          .. 08  20 . 71  21 .. 70  Average maximum temperature 70.14  Average minimum do 41,42  Mean                                     do            55.78  Rainfall for the week-   .00   inches  Snowfall        "        "      0.00  C'OKHKSPOXllIXG  WKKK OK LAST VKAIi  Highest rnaximuin temperature (10  Average do do 60.57  Lowest minimum do '51.  Average do do 89.71  Mean do 50. M  Now that a reasonable degree of fire  protection has  been  secured and the  town is that much better off, there vti-  niains  but oik; other thing for .which  the Gazette has in the past striven to  obtain and that  is the fencing of the  cemetery  which  in its  exposed state  has for years been a standing disgrace  to the community.     We are glad to  learn,  and as a  member of the rifle  club   we are  pleased   to  heartily endorse, the proposal  to use the balance  standing in the  bank at the  credit of  the rifle club as the nucleus  of a fund  to put a fence  around   the cemetery.  The  rifle club has been  dormant  for  several  years and   there, was no sense  in leaving  the balance there doing no  good to any person.    At various times  the proposal was made to have a day's  shooting and   use it as prize money to  be shot for and thus get rid of it. That  proposal  which  always appeared too  muchlike that of the proverbial money  which    has   been   credited   with   the  power- to ���������'burn a hole in the pockets"  of a  certain   class   of   ne'er-do-weels  was one which we always tried to wet  blanket, and we are most pleased now  to know   that   better   counsels have  j prevailed  and the surviving members  lot" the old  club   are agreeable   to a  I course   which  will do them   far more  credit.    It  has been   learned too  that  there is a feeling among the miners on  the hill   to raise some funds   up there  to  help out   with it and   we are sure,  that  there  are  very  few  among the  townspeople who would not be willing  to  chip in  and do  their  share  to  remove   the stigma   which has  too long  lain   upon    the   community.     By all  means   let the   matter   now   be   taken  hold of in  earnest and not  allowed to  cool until  this desirable end is accomplished.  Ottawa, Sept, 20th.��������� Canada is now  ninth oh the tonnage list of maritime  standards of the world, as published  in a report for 1011 just issued by the  department of marine and fisheries.  The ot her eigh t, begi n n'i ng at the "top,  are: Great Britain, Germany, United  States. Norway, Fiance. Russia, Italy  and Japan.  The  total nurnber of vessels on the  register  books of the Dominion at the  close of the year  wasS,0SS, measuring  770.440   tons, a marked gain over the  total for the previous year.    The number of steamers is  given as 3,444, with  a. .gross..tonnage .of '.588,741.    .Estiina-  ting the average  value to  be .$80 per  ton   the  value of  the., net registered  tonnage at  the end of the  year would  be  $23,113,3S0.    New  vessels added to  tbe list during the year numbered 839,  with a net register of 27,730 tons. Estimating  the value of the  new tonnage  at $45 per ton   the value of the  new  ���������vessels is $1,14S.120.     During the year  2S9  vessels  were   removed, from  the  register-.     Of these. 37 were wrecked,  15  stranded, 12 lost. 10 abandoned at  sea, 12 foundered and 31 reported "out  of existence."     The department estimate's that 41,447 men and boys found  employment on ships of Canada during the year.  Quebec is the third important niarr-  tiirre province, according to the list of  registered ships, having a total of 1,511  sailing ships and steamers. The other-  provinces appear in the list as follows:  Nova Scotia, 2.105; New Brunswick.  966; Ontario, 2,014; Prince Edward Island. 140; British Columbia, 1.227;  Saskatchewan, 5: Manitoba 96; and the  Yukon Territory 15.  Victou'a,  Sept.   li)���������That if the Dominion   government sees   its way to  establish   a   department   of mines  it  should   include  a   branch  devoted   to  seismology,  was the  text of a- resolu-,  tion   passed by  the  Canadian Mining  Institute  in session here to-day.    The  matter arose  following a  lecture  by  F.   Napier Denison,   the local government seismologist, in which he proved  to the satisfaction of his  hearers that  a relation existed   between the earth's  tremors  and colliery  disasters,     Mr.  Denison  explained   to  the institute a.  new seismograph which lie had invented,   which   recoids   not   only   world  shaking  earthquakes  but also movements of the earth.     He has discovered   through   elaborate  statistics that  the years having the most colliery disasters are those  in which the greatest  number of earthquakes were recorded.  He also  stated that research work in  this science  might make  possible  in  the . futtue the   prediction   of  earthquakes  and   the  extent  of area   they  would cover,   which would be of practical value in the construction of buildings.    The convention  concluded   today with a. banquet.  ;A NOTABLE DOCUMENT  Ulster's    Declaration Takes a  Historic.  Name���������The Solnmn League  and Covenant  Belfast, Sept. 19.���������Sir- Edward Carson, ��������� ex-solicitor-general for Ireland,  will submit for the approval of the  Ulster Unionist Council the wording  of the.covenant which Ulster Unionists  throughout the province will sign on  September 28th. The covenant will be  as follows:  ���������\ii5ehig cohvinced 'Vh'at^Honie^'RTiifi;)'*  will be disastrous to the material well-  being of Ulster, as well as to the whole  of Ireland, subversive to our civil and  religious .-freedom, and perilous to the  unity of the Empire, we. whose names  are underwritten.'men of Ulster, loyal  subjects of His Majesty King George,  Iniiiihly relying on God, in whom our  fathers trusted in days of stress and  trial, confidently hereby pledge ourselves in solemn covenant, throughout  this our time of threatened calamity,  to stand by one another in defending,  for ourselves aud for our children, our  cherished position of equal citizenship  in the United Kingdom and using all  the means which iTiay be found necessary to defeat the present conspirators to set up home rule in Ireland,  and in the event of such parliament  being forced upon us we humbly and  mutually pledge ourselves to refuse to  recognize its authority, in the sure  confidence that God will defend the  right."  HOSPITAL DONATIONS  WEAR YOUR OLD TOGS  Duke of Connaught Hopes People of Penticton Will Wear Country Clothes  ���������Motor Trip to Ranches  A  monument to Victor Hugo  is to  be erected on the field of Waterloo.  K. V. REACHES CARMI  The first train over the Kettle Valley line up the West Fork of Kettle  River reached Carmi on Monday, September. 10th and the grade has been  completed for a causiderable distance  beyond that point. It is the intention  to push the steel on past Carmi and  keep the rail head as near tho graders  as it is practicable to do m>. The stations and other buildings are being  rushed to get the line in readiness for  a limited amount of traffic which the  construction of the line as well as  opening up of the district is bound to  create.  Penticton.  B. C. Sept. 20. ��������� In  connection   with   the  preparations being  made   by the  local committee  for the  reception   and entertainment of H. R.  11.. the Duke of Connaught, who will  visit   Penticton on the fourth of October, a  situation has  developed  which  enipathasizes  the democratic  tendencies of the duke.   The municipal clerk.  .1. Gardener,   wrote  to  Col. Lowtlrer,  military secretary, informing him that  it was the wish of the committee that  the dress worn on that occasion should  be that  suitable to an informal  function, and enquiring  if the duke would  be at all  likely to consider it a lack of  courtesy  if these  ideas  wen; carried  out.  Col. Lowther replied to the effect  that it was  the wish of the duke that  the   whole  affair should  be of as  informal a nature as possible, and seeing  that  a  motor  trip  to  several   of the  large ranches  in the district had been  arranged,    he   hoped    that   everyone  would   wear  '"country clothes," as  he  would do himself.  Miss Wylie, a British suffragette, is  said to be on her way to Canada to inaugurate a campaign she-rowdyism.  Mrs Loonier, fresh eggs and vege  tables: Mrs. Clare. Huckleberries and  vegetables: Mis. Mieiholfei- vegetables.  Sl'I'CIAL ."UI*NTIONIN .MADE OF THK  GIFTS FHOM  IvKI'F.M l-.'os  Mr. W. G. Mattice. peaches: Miss A.  M. Easton, box of peaches: Mrs. Frank  Richter. generous donation of 200  pounds choice mixed fruit with freight  prepaid.  MINING   NOTES  ! The old Pinnacle property at Looiuis  has been given considerable 'development work during the present year.  The old Pinnacle claim in earlier  times was noted for the wonderful  picture specimens it turned out and  an effort is now being made to locate  the chute at some depth.  There are over- twenty men at work  on the Golden Zone in this camp and a  ditch is being put in to supply mill  water to the stamp mill which it is  their intention to run this winter on  ore obtained during development. The  buildings are being added to and  placed in a state of ropaii and in short  time work will begin in the shaft and  drifts.  The aviation death roll  up to dab  two hundred and four. THE HEDLUY GAZETTE SEPT 20. 1912.  "MR*  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Issued on Thursdays, by the Hl'pi.i'v Gazi*tti"  PlUNTINC AND rUIII.ISlll.SO ('(J.MI'ANV.  Limitkii.  at. Iledlev.  H. <'.  WATER NOTICE  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year ..:....... Si'Ki  "   (United States)..........  '-'.VI  Advertising Rates  Measurement. Vi lines to tho inch.  Land Notices���������Corlillontos of improvement, etc.  ������7.(KM'or (id-day notices, nnd ij.'i.on for "'('-day  notices. r  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one ! noted   evei'V   (lav  inch, ������1.00 for one  insertion. -ia cents fori ��������� ���������  uacb subsequent insertion.   Over one inclt, ( <rrni>liic  observations be carried on al  111 cents per line for llrst insertion aud n j "    '  cents nor line for each subsequent insertion. : certain   central  stations and reported  Transients payable in advance. I       ' , '  Changes for contract advertisements shimld   at  once  to   the   various   collieries   by  bo in the ollice by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention I'or that week's issue  Advertisements will tie changed once every  Initial, point of view to think..that the  idea has originated with, and tn a.con-'! '.   sideiable. extent been  investigated hy."I For a Licence to Take and   Use Water  a Canadian   in this our  own 'province : "NJotieeis hoiicby given that I.,. I. Robert Brown,  :-���������>    of V ernbn, H. C, Indian Agent. Okiinngan  of   British   Columbia,   and'it is   most ' Agency, will apply for a licence to take and  ���������'   '   ,;       ' use *' cubic loot of water out of Showdy creek,  fitting that the 'government of Canada I which Hows in an easterly direction through  I Indian Reserve No.     and empties into the Si-  lie the   first to   give practical  elVect to '! inilkameon river  near Cliopneu.    The water  , will be diverted  at Michel Slmwdy s place and  it bv making this provision.   Whether ! will  '"-' used for   Irrigation  purposes on the  it may be that a seismograph be placed at every colliery and provision  made that it be kept in order and  or  that all scisino-  lie used  lor   Irrigation  purposes  laud described as Indian Reserve No.  This notice was posted on the ground on tho  ���������ilith day of August,.I'll**. Tho application will  lie llled in the oflice of the Water Recorder at  Fairview.     "....'.'  .Objections.amy be llled with the said Water  Recorder or with the Controller of Water  Rights, I'arliaiuont Buildings, Victoria, 11. C.  :t'i-l .J. liOHUin'.l'anwx, Indian agent  month' if advertiser desires, without any extra  wiie is a matter of detail to be decided  bv men  who have given'much atten-  charge. For changes oftcnor than,once a month , ,,'      ..,. ,.i,,, j.,.,,,1.. ny .,.,..������ ���������|���������1������������������i.llc    'Pi,,,  the  price of composition  will  be charged at j t'"11 to the stltclj ol earthquakes.-   J. lie  regular rates. '���������������������������., ,, ! main  thing is  that the   government  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per iuont.li ' ������ .."���������..  Sl.-AV. over l inch and up to I inches, Sl.(K) ; ���������jV(} L"���������.  m���������tter serious attention and  per ini.'b per month. To constant advertisers ( h  per inch periiKiiitli. i o constant, advertiser.-. (  I'liking 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 b'dltor.  1912  SEP  Fh-st amir.  IS.  1012  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  l  ���������*>  !���������>,  22  2!l  0  10  23  Mil  10  17  24  4-  11  'IS  25  :>  12  11)  13  20  27  i  14  21  2S  this idea, of Mr. Napier Deiiison's carried .out. Better to err mi the side  over credulity respecting new l'angled  notions than that human life be needlessly sacrificed through scepticism  and neglect.  :..' 'Si'.^sssr. owraf  AN APT   SUGGESTION  The action of the Canadian Alinin*r  Institute taken at the meeting in V'.ic-  toria last, week in liu-iiioi-ializing Premier Borden for the creation of a separate Department of Mines presided  over by a Minister who could devote  his entire attention to the mineral resources of the Dominion was timely  and will likely bear early fruit. The  present ai rangeiuentof havinga."mines-  branch of the Geological Survey and  bundling the whole concern into one  of the other departments already over  burdeiie I could ru-.fc be expected to produce the results desired.and there was  very good reason why those interest! d  in mining should feel that their interests were being unduly subordinated  to other things that are of no greater  importance. In seveial instances it  has happened that the Minister into  whose de parti nen t the Geological Survey and Mines Branch   were relegated  ?2zv$m������\dzm.  [ya. nyjkpJfafficr������/,"������:)ic-  Gkhin&s.G& ZJ^-hft^i^y  ^/roni "Pl(pio3 &Drs v. ;)'rcP &<*'  &oofa{etj,Projpccti, (aMogttef  ^laQj,Ifctterffcadr,j7agq*hiej  cA'eu,bpapery, and'eI;purpose/.  PKone Hi-am 6434  i^pal(angrJS'eu)(2i������;ratJ/tjg Go.  Sealed Tenders address to the undersigned,  ���������^ and (indorsed. "Tender- for the Construction of a Breakwater in Victoria Harbour. B.  C," will be, received at. this ollice until 1,00 p.m.  on Thursday, September ;*ith, 1SI12. for- the construction of a Breakwater at. Victoriallarbour.  Victoria, li. C. '���������  Plans, spociticationsand form of contract can  be seen and forms of tender obtained at this  Department and-at tho offices of. XV. Hendei-  son. Resident Architect. Victcria.. li. C; C. C.  Worsfold, l"sq.. District Kngineer, New Westminster: li, (.*.; .1. G. Sing. Ksq., District Engineer, Toronto, Out.: .). L. IVlieluiiid, Ksq., District F.ngineer. Montreal, Que.;and on npplicn-  tion to the Postmaster at Vancouver, li. C.  Persons tendering aro notitied 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 case of (inns,  the actual signature, the nature of the occupation,'mid place of residence of each member of  tho firm must be given.'  1'ac.li tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque ona chartered bank, payable to  tho order of the Honourable tbe Minister of  Public. Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) of  the amount of the tender, which will bo forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter  into a. contract when called upon-to do so, or  fail to complete thu work contracted for. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque will be  returned.  The department docs not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  Uy Order  K. C. DKSROCHERS.  Secretary.  Department of Public AVorks,  Ottawa, Augusts. llll-J :������-'2  Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement if they insert it without authority  from the Department.  YOUR   SUCCESS   METER  Regard your B. N. A. Savings Bank'Book as a sort,  of meter which records plainly your progress toward prosperity.  There are hundreds of these  The Bank of British North America  success-meters in the homes around you. Is there-  one in your home? If not we will gladly provide One.  76 Years in Businesi Capital and Reserve Over $7,500,000  Hedley Branch,  H. A Hincks, Manager  We Are the Agents for  OVER-HAULS  They Over-Haul Any Garment Made  Although they Cost more per garment but less per-year,  and will hang together, until .'the.fabric is worn oiit.  Ladies' Sweater Coats  A new line of Ladies' Sweater Coats.   An un equaled variety  to. choose from.    Also a fine assortment of  ��������� Men's Shirts.  WATER NOTICE  For a  Licence to  Take and   Use Water  *V*"oi ice is hereby given that I, .1. Robert Brown.  -*���������'    of Vernon, li. C, Indian Agent. Okanagan  Agency will apply for a licence to take and use  "'cubic feet of water out of Keretnes Creek,  I which flows in a  westerly direction   through  I Reserve No.       and empties into Similkameen  I river near Kereineos. The water will be divert-  ! ed at Reserve Xo.      and will  boused for irri-  I gation purpose-!  on the   land described as  In-  i diiiii Reserve No.  'I'llis notice wa.s posted on the ground on the  28th day of August. I'll'.*. The application will  be tiled in the ollice of the Water Recorder at  Fairview.  Objections may be llled with the said Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights. Parliament Buildings. Victoria. B.C.  IIS-I .1. Roman- Hi-owx,' Indian Agent.  County Court of Yale  A  itting of the County Court of Vale will be  held in l-'i-atornity Hall, Hedley. on Tuesday, October Stli. at 2 o'clock p. 111.  By Command  "-���������     HUGH HUNTKR  Registrar County Court.  WATER NOTICE  had no int, rest in. nor sympathy with   For a Licence to  Take and   Use Water  ,, ..... . ,,     ,, ,. -\Totice is hereby given that. Gold Plate "Mines  the mining industry and the. Canadian   J>      Limited. Non-Personal Liability, of lied-  ���������  Cheaper than the Cheapest j ���������  is a straight life policy in j J  Schubert's Supply Stores  HEDLEY and TULAMEEN  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4  and  Coalmont  TO  Mining  Institute recognizing this fact  were wise in moving to have a change  made.     The   Institute  are also   to  be  congratulated   on making   their memorial  doubly strong   by embodying in  it their  conviction that  the discovery  of a  close     relation     between    earth  tremors  and colliery   disasters should  be followed up and to that end recommending   that  a   department of seismology be established in the proposed  new  Mines   Department.    To prevent  loss of  life, should be  the highest aim  of any  government and  the appalling  colliery   disasters   which from time to  time  startle   the.  public   and   render  coal mining so hazardous   is about the  most  terrible  menace which any industry   has to  contend against.    It is  always after long impunity from casualty  and   the   vigilance   of  managers  and   workmen   is   somewhat   relaxed  that   these   disasters   occur   although  the    apparent    circumstances     under  which   they   occur   may   not   differ   a  whit  from that which may have been  in vogue I'or years previous   unattended by   mishap of any kind: but if it be  really   the  case   that   earth   tremors  make  imperceptible passage ways for  explosive  gases  into  mine   workings  the advantage of detectingthe.se earth  tremors by   means of the seismograph  and reporting them to the collieries so  that extra  precautions in   mine ventilation    may   be   taken   for-   extended  periods thereafter,!t is easily seen how  many    colliery   disinters    might   be  avoided.      It is gratifying  from a mi-  loy. B. C. will apply for a licence to take and  use two thousand gallons of water out of an  unnamed Creek, which Mows in 11 southwesterly direction through a. marsh about lfHJO feet  cast of Lot Wi-. and empties.into the north fork  of Twenty-mile creek near juncture of tho  north and oast forks thereof. The water will  be diverted at a point about 1000 east of the  southeast corner of said LotllOis and will be  used for mining purposes on the land described  as Lots HO-".-'. ilOIls, 1)0Is. !IO".s.  This notice was posted mi the ground on the  ���������JUrd day of Sept., \'M2. The application will  bo tiled in tbe ollice nf the Water Recorder at  Fairview.  Objections may bo  llled with the said Water  Recorder   or   with   the   Controller  of   Water  Rights. Parliament. Buildings, Victoria. B. C.  Goi.n I'i.ati: Minks, Limitkii  N'on-Pci'sniial Liability  C 11. Brooks  SAFE AS THE SAFEST  AND  THE MUTUAL LIFE  OF CANADA  Vancouver  In One Day!  Most Luxurious Auto Service in B. C.   Over  the Most Picturesque Route in Canada  U'LYVISS COALMONT Tuesday,  Thursday and Saturday, making  eonnectionwith O.P.R. Train for Vancouver-at Merritt  .LEAVES MICRIUTT 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  AGENTS: Merritt, M. Mclntyre, Cold water Hotel; Tulameen,  Tulameen Stage Co.; Coalinont, Coalinont Truck ec Transfer  Co. ; Princeton. A. E. Howse. Co.. Ltd.  ���������  ������������������-���������-  ���������  NOTICE  SlMII.K.niKKX  LAND DISTRICT  ���������   DlSTIUCT OF  V.\TK  '���������WKl* Notice that I. John <*. Katon ol'Nn-  ���������'- ultimo, B. C. occupation. Broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described, lands.  Commencing at a post planted at the S. XV.  corner of pre-emption -Jl's thence north KOchains  thence west80 chains, thonce south SOchains,  thence east 8(1 chains to point of eonuneneo-  iiicnt containing (110 acres, more or less  .1. C. Katon  M. .1. "McKeown. Locator  August-i7t.il. Iill-i. :������i-[ll  PUBLIC NOTICE  I X.BLIC NOTICK is hereby given, that in-as-  J- much as certain terms of the agreement  for the sale of the Kingston Cold & Copper  .Mining Company's properties situate at Medley, B. C, have not been carried out, by the  purchaser: the properties lia ve reverted to. and  arc'again in the ownership and possession of  the undersigned Company.  Kingston Cold & Copper Mining Co., Ltd.  XV. A. Marsh. President  Robert. Stanley, Sec-Trcas  Quebec. '.Ilth A ugiist, I'M-.'. :i7-(i  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 011 the local representative and see the history of  one policy i'or 2(j years; then ask yourself whether- you know of any other  concern whether insurance company  or benevolent society that can show a  .similar record.  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������������  livery Plan of Genuine Insurance  It  is  the  people's  Company and   its  profits are all I'or the people  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  TRY THE  Hedley Gazette  for  Fine Job Printing  For a Licence to Take and  Use Water  "V"otice is hereby given that.I. Frank Bailey,  "���������"^ of Princeton, B. ('.. will apply for a licence to take and use one cubic foot of water or  whatever I can secure out of an unnamed  spring, situated near the south boundary line  of Lot I'*. C.'i. in the Kamloops division of Vale  district. Tho water willbc diverted from the  bead of the spring, adout I.VI feet from the  north boundary line of Lot, "A" part of Lot I Silt  C.I. t.o be used for domestic purposes on said  lot, "A" IS-.':'. C.I.  This notice was posted on the ground on the  Kith day of August, I'll-'. The application will  be llled in the oflice of the Water Commissioner at Nicola, II. C.  Objections may be tiled with the said Water  Commissioner, or the Controller of Water  Rights, Parliament. Buildings. Victoria, B. C.  *'7-l FRANK BAILEY  RRUIT    TREES  Buy Healthy Home Grown Trees  No Danger of Importing Pests       No Injury from Fumigation  No Drying Out 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  Representatiue-V. Dynes, Penticton  N. IJ.���������We have  Dwarf stock in--Mcintosh Red. Wealthy. Jonathan, Cox's  Orange, Ontario. Northern Spy and "Wagoner.  X  K  x  X  TEAM WANTED  WANTKD TO BUY -A good strong team of  work horses.���������Apply to C. II. Brookes or A.  Cl'celman, Hedley, 11. (.*.  Plumbing and Heating, Sheet  Metal Work Tinsmithing  Shop corner Angola Ave. and Bridge  St.,   in 'Murdock'.s blacksmith shop.'  Work guaranteed.   Consult us about your work  H. DIGNAN  Practica 1. Workmen Pkoi-riktoks  PRINCETON, B. C.  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW  3  X  X  X  $  X  X  X  ���������5  X  X  I  X  X  X  NOTICE  SIMILKA'AUCKN L.W11 DISTRICT  DlSTIUCT OK V.U.K  TAKK notice that, 1, Hiram Inglce of White  Lake; occupation Kurnier, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���������  Commencing at a post, planted al. the south  west corner of Lot lliOll. thence north 10 chains,  thence west "ill chains, thence south 10 chains,  thence east -JO chains to point of commencement containing 81 acres, more or less.  IIIRAM IXOLKK  .July'-'''th, 101'.' 'll-Kl  NOTICE  SIMIIiKA-MKlCX LAND DISTRICT  DlSTIUCT Ol''  VAI.K  'Pake notice that I. M. .).  McKeown, of  Van-  *-       eoiiver. B. ('. occupation Broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following descrilied land.  Commencing at it post planted at the S. W.  corner of Lotllb'is thence south 80chains, thence  ousted chains, thence north SO chains, thence  west SO chains to point of commencement containing 1510 acres more or less.  M. .1. McKeown  August 27th, IOI-i :������i-I(l  (J  ;iT  1  H  ���������-ii  Ml  '"���������1 THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, SEPT 20, 1912.  Town and District.  P. Scott, locator of the Kingston  is* in town.  Mrs. Rotherhani left on Tuesday  i'or Nelsoii to visit friends.  Miss Catlin of Princeton accompanied her brother-in-law Mr. Brooke  to Hedley this week a.iid vviis the  guest of Miss Lyall.  .I.F. Mosby of Victoria, secretary of  . the Cold  Plate Mines Limited    that  are  now  operating   the Golden Zone  was in town last weeki  J. D. Brass is completing an nddi'-  tion to his residence these days and  expects to have it ready for occupation in a. few days more.  Mrs. G. P. .Tones returned on Friday  last from Victoria where she had ac  conlpanied her daughter to school. Mr.  .Tones met her at Kereineos on Friday  with his auto.  ,H. B. Meansette was down froin  Princeton last week doing some tinsmith work for-' Boeing it Brass, putting on eave-troughing in connection  with their recent contract;  Miss Easton and her brother Mac  went to Keremeos on Friday last after  school and spent the week end with  their parents, .returning Sunday  evning, when Mrs. Clark drove them  up.-   ;���������  An aftermath of the Labor Day  colouration is seen in several cheques  given by cheap sports floating around  with no money to back them up and  bearing the bankers' comment on the  hacks thereof "no funds." That sort  of performance looks like sailing very  close to tbf! danger line.  The fall assizes are coming off on  October 7th at Vernon and sundry  Hedleyites will have to attend to give  evidence, in the stealing case sent up  for trial. These are little legacies that  Labor Day invariably leaves to remember it by and that make i he  more thoughtful begin to wonder how  .much is gained by holding the celebrations at all.  Mrs. J. A. Brown of Kereineos was  a visitor to Hedley last week and was  accompanied by George Herald, formerly of the Chronicle staff, and his  friend, Art Wells, of Winnipeg, On  Wednesday they made the trip to the  mine returning by the last car in the  evening and next morning they made  the return to .Kereineos in short Older  in -Mr. Jones' auto.  Stanford S. Davis of Vancouver, gen-  eralmanager of the British Columbia  Life 'Insurance Co. which is the latest  financial concern of the kind to be  launched in Canada, was in town this  week with Mr. Shatford who is vice-  president of the company. Mr. Davis  is well satisfied with the success which  has so far attended till"operations of  the company, the amount of business  they have done being almost unprecedented.  The Grand Forks Agricultural Association are holding their third annual  fall fair on Thursday and Friday Sept.  28th and 27th, and have issued a very  interesting programme of events in  the way of special attractions, the  principal of which are in the line of  race track events. Grand Forks itself  is somewhat of a drawing card in view  of the improvements now going on  there.  Bras:  Mrs. J. D  last week  Baxter, her son  Moosejaw to see  she found   him  bringing back  returned to Hedley  with her AV.  whom she went to  On her arrival there  ready   to   start   for  Colorado where he had been ordered  to go by his doctor. She did not like  the idea of having him go there alone  and especially as the doctor was pic  pared to admit that the climate here  might suit him quite as well., Asa  result lie was persuaded to come here  instead and since his arrival he has  been a great deal better.  A. Winklei:showed the Gazette some  apples plucked from one of the'trees  on his ranch and they certainly were  beauties. He was not sure of the  variety but.the apple resembles the  Hood River very -much... It is a large  apple, firm in texture,' of fine flavor  and might be classed sub-acid. The  skin is yellowish streaked plentifully  with red and .making' an altogether  very handsome apple. Mr. Winkler  says the trees have had very indifferent care but when they can produce  apples of the sample shown it is evidence that he has a ranch which will  enable him to go in extensively for  fruit raising. In altitude it is less  than 1000 feet above Hedley.  L.   W.   Shatford,  M. P. P.,   accom-  western manager  N. Thompson, tin.  for Cainniell Laird & Co. the groat  steel manufacturers of Sheffield, England, spent Sunday in town and took  advantage, of the opportunity to pay a  visit to the Nickel Plate mine accompanied by Mr. Gibbons of Vancouver.  Hedley is a point which Mr. Thompson always takes in on his itinerary in  this part of the district and it is a  point where his firm are well known  as their shoes and dies have been used  extensively in crushing the ore of the  Nickel Plate.  T.  C.  Brooke  Princeton    was  the noultrynian of  in town yesterday.  Some, of his customers here have been  trying to increase their stock from  his yards but he is unable at present  to supply their wants as he has sold  oft* all the birds he can spare and now  he would like to buy hack some that  he has sold if he could get them. Exceptional laying strains are not easily  got and when the. public find out who  has them the owners sometimes have  more trouble to get keeping their  stock than to find sale for them.  The people of Grand Eorks are firmly of the belief that a good town like  a good man cannot be kept down. If  the town cannot grow in one way it  can in another. Fearing that the  Dotikhobours may swamp them in  population the residents have proclaimed against race suicide in a most  substantial way. In about ten days  there were no less than eight births in  the town. All of them were girls too  except one lone boy and that will  mean a further attraction for more  population later on.  The municipality of Penticton invite all ex-members of 11. M. Forces to  attend there on October -Ith and take  part in a veterans' parade at I p.m. to  furnish a guard of honor for and be  inspected by Field Marshal IT. It. 11.  the Duke of Connaught who takes a  great intesest in veterans whether of  His Majesty's regular imperial forces  or of the colonies. The Duke himself  served in Canada, in the Fenian raid of  ISu'ti. Ordinary dress may be worn  and veterans are requested to wear  their medals if any. Ex-service men  wishing to attend art! requested to  notify Police Magistrate Geo. V.  Guernsey of Penticton as soon as possible.  SUBSCRIBE  FOR THE   GAZETTE  panied by Mis. Shatford and by Mr.  Davis, general manager of the British  Colnmbia Life Insurance, company of  which Mr. Shatford is vice-presidont,  came, in from Penticton on Monday  evening in Bentley's auto. Mr.- and  Mrs. Shatford are both looking well  although Mr. Shatford has had a busy  summer of it and has stuck very closely to his work as manager of the Bank  of Vancouver. In spite of his plans to  escape hay fever this year by remaining on the coast dining the months of  June, July and August when he is  subject to it in the dry belt, his old  enemy laid him by the heels when he  was crossing the continent and he developed a. beautiful attack of it between Winnipeg and North Bay which  he did not manage to shake off until  he got down to Halifax. Nr*xt time  he has to cross the continent in those  pi-ohi.bif.ed months it may be advisable for- him to hunt, out a new northwest passage all for himself and go  round hy Behriug straits and the  polar seas. He had a. business engagement which took him back to Penticton on Tuesday but he expects to be  through here again today or to-morrow on his way up the valley.  Mr. C. H Brookes was seen a couple  of days ago by the Gazette with reference to  the matter said to be pending  in   the   United   States   courts   about  which  reference  was  made   in   these  columns two weeks ago.    Mr. Brookes  says that  he has had   no coinimuiicn-  tion   whatever  from   the parties who j  were alleged   to he making the charge  of   einbe7,zleinent   against    him    nor  from any of their legal representatives  nor from  United States  government  authorities,    and the   fact   that   this  amount of time has been allowed to go  past    with   nothing   from   them   but  sphinx-like silence   is further evidence  that  the whole affair was a frame-up  to injure him.     Neither has Constable  Sproule received any orders from his  chief  to do  anything  in   reference to  the matter  nor any warrant from  the  other side to   be executed, and a suspicious feature  that makes it look all  the more fishy is that telegrams which  were   received   about the   time of  the  arrest  in Oroville  are  strangely  contradictory,    some   specifying   an   eni-  bezzleinent   of   $100,000   and   another  making it $25,000.   In a. country where  the spirit of habeas corpus which they  had   handed down   to them   from  old  English law is supposed to obtain,they  have  funny  ways  of  trifling   with   a  man's liberty.  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP HEDLEY  WATCH IT GROW  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPANY, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager - HEDLEY, B.C.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  'i  * #     ��������� ���������    *   -        * *  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  E.veri*thiiig New and  First-Class  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN,  HEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date   First-Class Hotel  RATES MODERATE  F. J. DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real Estate,  Mines  Crown   Grunts   Applied   For  Under  Land  Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson liny Insurance Co.  Ma.ryln.iKl Casualty to  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Office  at  HEDLEY,   B.  C.  WATER NOTICE  For a Licence to  Take and   Use Water  "VTOTICK is hereby given that I. .1. Robert  -L^ Drown, of Vernon, li. (.;., Indian A tee nt,  Okanagan agency, will .apply for n. licence to  take iiticl iiso'i cubic fec-t or water out of Kaushc  or Paul's creek, which flaws in a northerly  direction through Reserve No. and empties  into the Siiiiilkuiiieon river near Ashnolu. The  water will be diverted at Prorrico Skoucis  place and will he used for irrigation purposes  on the land described as Indian "Reserve No.  This notice was posted on the ground on the  21th day of August, U)Vi. Tho application will  ho tiled in the ollice of the water Recorder at  Fairview.  Objections may be tiled with the said water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament. Huildings, Victoria, II.C.  .'iS-l .1. 1'oiif.i:T Rkow.v Indian .\gcnt  PflLAGE  Llveru, Feed ��������� & Sale Stables  Hl'DLlOY   11. (.*.  Advertise in the  He dley Gazette  and watch Results  li" A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    If Order's for Teaming  promptly attended to.  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  |FRUIT! FRUIT!:  ��������� '  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  To Insure Getting Nice  Fresh Fruit  for  F r eservi n g\  anticipate your requirements  and leave your orders with us  I  ���������  ���������  ���������  We   Will Deliver  the  Goods $  Our Sugar is the Best obtainable and we  handle the celebrated  Schram Fruit Jars  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������Shatfords, Ltd.:  ���������  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE!  NOTICE  Office of Dominion Express Company.  W O O D   F O li   S A L E !  Phoii.   M        INNIS  BROS. Proprietors.  Notice is hereby given that flic Hoard of  Valuatois to consider claims for work actually  performed and materials supplied in connection with the construction of the Midway and  Vernon Railway, will further consider all'such  claims as have been duly tiled and verified.  Any claims which have not already been so  tiled and veritied by statutorv declaration or  otherwise, should be llled with the undersigned  without delay.  The Hoard will consider all claims for actual  physical work performed and goods and nutter  lalssupplicd in connection with tho surveying,  locating or obtaining of right of way between  Rock Creek and Vernon.  It. F. CRKKN*  ���������i'l-l Secretary of the Hoard.  Address I'ox I!!-.', Victoria. H. ('.  NURSERY STOCK  ������������������OUR. AGENTS MAKE MONEY"  selling our hardy, guaranteed stock.  Experience un necessary.  YAKIMA VALLEY NURSERY CO.  Toppenish, Wash.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE   GAZETTE  ..-"J  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  ! /-lOAL nulling rights of the Dominion, in  j v-/ .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories mid in it portion of the Province of Hri-  ! tish Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of SI un  acre. Not more than 2,;~M) acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the rights applied (<w  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out hy the applicant  himself.  Kneh application must bo accompanied by ;i  fee of S,'> which will be refunded if the rights  applied for are not: available, but not, otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of live cents  per ton  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent, with sworn returns accounting for  the full iniaiitity of merchantable coal mined  and nay the royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights are not being operated, such ret urns  should he 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 amy  be considered m ssary for the working of the  mine at the rate of SKM'II an acre.  For full information application should be  niade to the Secretary of the Department, of  the Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  XV. XV. couv,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N'.R.-l'naiithorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. !l-(im THE HEDLEY GAZETTE.   SEPT 20,1912.  THE: KEREMEOS  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen----Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  IT. 13. Measulto was home to spend  tin*, week end.  .!. J. Armstrong paid Granite Creek  a business visit last Monday.  Miss Jones of Spokane is visiting Mr.  and Mrs. .loe  Armstrong'of Chopuca.  Mr. YV. H. T. C'ahaii, barrister, of  Penticton, was a business visitor to  town 3Ionday.  J. A. Brown and George Allison  went up Sheep creek Monday in quest  of a little venison.  Nob much venison has come into  Keremeos up to the present; guess  deer are getting pretty wise.  H. C. Fritts. of the Colonial Investment Co., has been in town the last  Pew days selling Port Mann property.  Miss A. M. Easton arrd McLaren  Clarke came down fioni Hedley to  spend the Week end with their parents.  11. A. Tui-tH'i-, road supervisor, was  in Thursday looking over the work  done by tho.road foreman in the district.  J. J. Darling has bought the barber  shop and. pool room building and was  open to customers Monday for the  Jirst time.  All the hay in the district is almost  all in by now. Unusual wet weather-  delayed haying to a considerable extent this summer.  Mrs. Sinclair, who has heen visiting  Mrs. Keeler for the past week, went  duwn on Monday's train to visit her  daughter, Mrs. Hans Richter.  O'Connor ������.v. Saunders put on a very  clever three act vaudeville in the Richter -hall-on Monday evening last.  "Lady .Jessie" the singing dog delighted the audience.  Charles F. Law, who has in hand  some valuable mineral claims in the  Tulameen district, passed through  Monday evening on his way to Oroville and Nelson.  The plasterers have completed the  ground and iirst floor rooms at the  Kereineos hotel and it makes them  all rank along with the best rooms in  any hostelry in these parts.  Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Gibson and baby,  Airs. L. A. Keeler. Mrs. A. Robertson  and Mrs. E. M. Crooker drove over to  Penticton last Wednesday *.veck to attend a  convention of  the W. 0. T. U.  IT. O. Heinbecker of the Columbia  Coal <fc Coke Co. and Hugh Martin, of  McTavish <fc Co. of Coalmont, stayed  over night in Keremeos Monday before going on to spend a Pew days in  Vernon.  T. YV. Coleman drove over to Penticton Saturday last accompanied by  Mr. and Mrs. Frith and children. Mr.  Coleman and Mr. Frith returned on  Monday leaving Mrs. Frith and children as the guests of Major and Mrs.  Moody.  Owing to the harvest thanksgiving-  service being held in Penticton on  Sunday, Sept. 2!)th the Church of  England services will not be held on  that date at Keremeos but will be  postponed until tho second Sunday in  October.  On Thursday the l'Hh quite a number turned out to the Richter hall to  see "Rip Van Winkle". The scenery  was splendid, the best ever produced  here; Rip was excellent, and it is to be  regretted that not the usual play  crowd attended.  Bill YVhitly who is doing extensive  irrigating incidentally strayed in the  mountains and had an awful sera])  with a bear. We don't really know  whether it was a. real bear or-one of  the goats around here that he got  mixed up with. Nevertheless he is  still irrigating.  L. \V. Shatford our woithy M. P. P.  accompanied by his wife and Mr. S. S. j  Davis stayed an hour in .Kereineos '  Monday evening before going on to  Hedley and Princeton. Mr. Shatford j  is Peeling his old sell' again and looks;  in the best ol' health.  While driving beeP cattle from the;  ranges around Hedley  a  month  ago  six   head got away  in the  hills.    On  Monday  news came  to town  that six';  head of beef cattle  were seen  at the j  head of Bradshaw creek so it won't be ;  long before  Charley Burtch will have j  the pleasure of asking them why they  delayed their own slaughter.  Kereineos  lacrosse players journied  to Princeton to play the metropolis on  Friday last and alter a hard struggle  emerged victors by the score op six  goals to Pour. It was anybody's game  to the last quarter but Keremeos as at  Tulniiieen on LnhorDay saved their  breath for the final spurt and were not  Pound wanting. The Princeton goal  tender played a fine game and stopped  shot after shot, which were rained in  (in him. Avery pleasing feature of  day's outing was the kindness in which  the Princeton citizens treated the  team, practically all the business  houses (dosed down to enable them to  view the game. The town band was  in attendance and helped to liven up  things by some popular airs between  quarters.  S F������ R-A V  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. I). 1912, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. hi. in my office  /it 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, oh the 31st day of December, A. D., 1911, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the costs of advertising the said sale: if the total amount  due is not sooner paid.  Do not neglect to spray your trees -with      ;  Pendray's Lime Sulphur Solution  Pendrav's is endorsed bv all tlie leading fruit men  of the. province.  We are sole agents for Kereineos 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  F.   RICHTER ESTATE  , Name of person ��������� Assessed  Description of Property  Dcliquent  Taxes  Ass'd    ISehoo  Taxes   Taxes  Intores jStatit-  to date !      tory  of Sulci Costs  Total  t  A.J. Alcoek..  11. L. Odeltrec  .I.e. I'atoll   lot ISSs                                    : SIS 20:  sub-div J50 of lot ���������-'.Tot.'I       ! '*'������';  sub-div 14(>. 150 of lot 24!! G11  sub-div (il of lota. 07           j 11 3I|  sub-div 77 of lot 250, Gl        ; j  sub-div Ufa of lot lir..G I      i :  S 5 :i,v  ������ 1 85    S 2 00!  1 '(JO  CHI  oo!  ������2-2 On  15 01  Olalla Townsite, Part of Lot  176, G. 1  Map  No. 85  i;,  Reeves    'lot:1, block 5  1     :i ������.v  .1;')!       1 21  1 00;     is;������  w  eslev Harvey    ilot 10. block Vi  .*' 55]  .I8|         .'.la  1 tin     5 os  K.  M. Allison    1 lots a*. 27. block;*)  I     ;.' ou;  .7II|       1 75  '      1 fin!     12 51  Beaverdell Townsite, part  of Lot 1545, Map  No. 94  Hi  licit & Shaw    'lots 11. 12. SS, Sil. blocl  1 -J  1     112"!  ;     3 75  1oo  in 00  Tl  oinas Curry    ilot 18, block:1  2 7"j  1      .(*,���������������  100  4 40  Oli  if Johnson    Hot21, block:'  !     4 mil  1       1 25  100  7 15  HI.  J. I'helan    lot2*. block!'  2 :so!  !  100  3 55  \V  J. Twiss   ..��������� ilot .'55, block ;i  .85;  i       io  100  1 05  .7.  C. Davidson    lot 41. block:!  3 In!  1           !I0  100  5 05  Thomas Stevenson      jlotCii. block 1  1 75  25  100  :��������� 00  A(  am Wren wick    jlotslOO, 110, block 1  2 .'Mil  20  100  3 50  Mi  s. I j. Branson    llotlll. block 4  3 15;  !K)  100  5 05  9  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  9  0  0  0  0  0  9  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  9  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.  REME7VIBER  We  offer no  land but  what has  the water already on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  9  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  9  9  0  0  0  9  0  0 00000000000000000000000000000X0  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING. CUSTOMS BROKEKAC*"-*..  F1IU"*   INSURANCE  Fairview (Lower) Townsite, being S. W. ] Sec. 7, Tp. j office  50, and S.E. ������ Sec. 12, Tp. 54, Map No. 26 {   KEREMEOS. B.C.  Sing bins: Co   Cosens .Bros   F. XV. Swinburn   Mrs. A. A. Davidson..  A. Maker....  .1. A. Vibert  John Love...  XV. A. Dier  I  lot 31. block 1 !  lots 23. 24. block 2 I  lot 31. block 2 I  lots 3. 7. 21. 22. 25. 32, :������>. blk I  2: lots 1. 4, 5. 15. 23. 25. 27.!  block 3; lots 12. 13. 2!), blk,i  I: lots li. 8. block 11: lots 5.]  12. 32. 31. 3(i. block 12: lots!  2fi. 27. 28. block 13: lot 31, |  block 14.  ....|lot22, block.3 i  .  .'lot 13. block 3  00  50!  lot Mi. block 3  Mrs. W. A. Dier....  I-', 1'ollock   K. Carreau, Kstate  George Robinson...  T. XV. I'letchcr   H, M. White   George & l'askins ..  (mi  Kane   ilots 2. 1.5, (i. blocks 2: lots'  | 28. 30. 32. 35. block 1: lot (i,:  ! block !l: lot 3 block 10: lots  1 35, 3li. block 11: lots'*. I0.;  | block 12: lots 23. 21 blk. 13  ilots8. 12. II. 17, li), block:):;  j lots 1, ill. block I: lot 1.  block II: lot31. block 12:!  I lots 2!l. 31, 32. block 13 i  'lot 1. block (i !  Hot 10. block (i 1  ilots 1. 2. block 7 i  ilots 111. 2!l, block 2  lot. 21. block 3 I  ilot 17. block 11 I  ilots 1.2.3. block 13 |  37 55!  1  70;  5 n',[  85  2S 00;  21 00'  3 7;V  2 05'  5 50  ,Vl'  :' oil  1 7!l!  8!)'  22 30|  1 791  ���������  j  10 73'  s m  80  Oil  l;V  45'  l!S|  li 00  15  2 85  10  ���������to;  i  2 75|  I  15  30  I  15|  112!  1 00|  1 00!  1 OO1  1 00  i oo;  1   00!  1 Ol.ii  I  \if{\ii, H. KOGERS,  ���������">:i!,| M.A., B.O.L.     .  i BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  (������85 Vernon, B. C  i ol  il 02       C.   JE.   SHAW  1 OO;       15 13  03  1 oo1  i oir  i oo;  1 oo.  1 (Kl|  I INI;  1 oo  1 on  32 81  li 7!)  4 31  8 15  1 07  I 17  1 47  2 It!  Fairview (Upper)   Townsite, S. W.  Map No. 27  Sec. 12, Tp. 54,  Civil Engineer, Dominion and Provincial Land Surveyor.  Office of .1. A. Brown  KEREMEOS  B. C  Tine Nickle left for 'Toronto Monday  last to go into the .shops of an auto-  nioliilo manufacturer of that city.  Tine hiis been taking a correspondence  course for- tin* past eight months and  liaving now completed it will woik for  some time on the practical side. We  join in wishing him all success and  hope it won't be Jong before he is back  as an expert.  C'eorge Herald and Arthur- Webb,  who have been staying with Mr. and  Mrs. Brown for tho past three weeks,  left Monday for their homes in Winnipeg. The boys were delighted with  their stay, making many new friends  and were only too sorry that they had  to return so soon.  D. M. MeDotignll  (lots  I. 2.3,  block  1:  lot  I.  !    block 2  XV. D. Walker [lot 3, block 'ii  XV. Dnlrymplc Ilot I, block 3  John Love Ilot II, block li  H. II. White and |  U. IT. Parkinson  lot 22. block "  K. H. Parkinson  Mrs. It. li. White   John Kartlett   Mrs. K. H. Parkinson..  lot 1. block 8: lot II. blk. II  lot II, block 13 ,  lot 13. block II ;  lot 10, block'-', lot I. block 3:  lot II). block I,  lot-. III. 20,;  21, block 7 !  !i on  1 511  .V 10  2 II.Y  13 Oil'  5 5(1  50'  8 10;  S,i  80  70  2 05  I 50  15  1 :������i!  1 00  75'  .1  l.);  I   Mi;  I  00;  1 00.  I Ml!  1 00'  1 mi.  I  I DO,  1 00;  I Oil1  I DO'  10 25  7 30  !) (il  3 83  I!) 80  12  10  1 !I5  12  15  70 80  13 3V.      13 SOI I 00,     137 !l.*i  M. LEIGHTOH  WADE,  B. Sc.  Electrical Engineer  Isolated   plants  power in Mills  for light   and  . Mines, etc.  Municipal    in*  extensions.  ���������tallations  aiid  KAMLOOPS,  -  B.C.  KEREMEOS       ''  AUTO LIVERY  Tweddle's New 40 horse-power  Case Auto  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton, Monday, Wednesday  aud Friday at 4:45 p.m.  Returning, leaves Penticton  Monday, Wednesday and'  Friday on arrival of Str.  Okanagan tit 7:80 p.m.  sinci.e i-aiu--  -   $7.50  KETCKN -        $14.00  for Ti links  and other Baggage  A First-Class Driver has been  Engaged and the auto may  be hired at 50c per mile,  minimum rate: for further  particulars apply to  HARRY TWEDDLE  Keremeos Centre       -       B. C.  Arrangements  SILKS  irge Assortment of choice Silk Dres>  Cioods, Silk handkerchiefs etc.  for sale at right prices  TOflMY SING, Keremeos  Okanagan  Falls Townsite,  Sub. Div. of Lots No. 3371  and 374, G. 1, Map No. 4  I I       '  George Gillespie |!ots 1. 2. block 17 !       3 Io  1 Ii2  1 00  li 37  Keremeos Townsite, part of Lot 107, G.i, Map No. 66  John A. Crawford ���������  .Scarpelli #c I'lastino..  G. and S. .Scarpelli...  .Scarpelli & Lepaiio...  Raphael Scarpelli ���������  John Gibson   John Slattery   J. Curtis (estate)   Jas .Sutherland     (Unknown Owner)....  (Unknown Owner)���������  (Unknown Ownerl���������  (Unknown Owner)....  .Ilots 11, 12 block 20  lot 15. blk 20: lot H. block 28  lot 10. blk 211: lot 8. blk .''(>  lot 12, block 21  lot 1, block 28  lot 0, block 2!)  lot 13, block 21  lot 15. block 21  lot 3, block 28  lots 1, 2. block ;���������!*  lot 14, block 21  lots 15, Hi. 17, block 22  lots 11. IS, 10,20. block ���������.li  lot. 10. block 20  ;        5 50  05!  1  50  1  00  |        8  15  ..1  ���������*><l  2 DO  1  00  2 25  21;  .).)  1  00  2 25  21!  .M  1  00  2 25  2|!  .);>  1  IKI  2 25  2t  ;).���������>  1  110  1 35  20;  1  Ii5  1  00  2 25  II;  ��������� M'  1  00  7 25  .Mi!  1   W  I no  1   15  III  1   OO'  3  15  1  35'  1  00  1 35  (ill1  l on.  1   15  1  10.  t oo  HELP WANTED���������FEMALE  T adics to do plain and light sewing- ut home,  -'' whole or spare time: good pay; work sent  any di>taace: charges paid: scad stamp for full  particulars. National Manufacturing Company. Montreal. 31-2  NOTICE  SIMUJCAIVIKKN" LAND DISTRICT  l>IKT|-K.T (II'" VALK  12 32 I  1 01 ;  I 01 ,  I 0|  i 01 I "T-AICK Notice Unit I'mile Jensen, of (ilea!  7 2li i J. Valley, I'.. ('.. occupation fiirincr. intends i  :! 01 i to nppl.v for permission to purchase the follow- !  0 01 ; jiifr described lands:  | SING LEE  j Laundry, Contracting of t-.ll  i kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  | Sawing, Clearing land, Cook-  |     ing  and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Ki'i,r-'*tii*os, B.C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. K. Station  MRS.  A. F. KIRBY,  Proprietress.  Kemneos-Peiiticton Mail Stage.  riu- auto stage leaves Keremeos for  "'   "         " id  l s()     (iimmeiK'ing,at a po.st planted (Nortbwcj-t    Penticton,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays  ai  \ ���������., I coriirrl about six chains distant  in n northerly    <<..( ,,���������.*.,,. ..<. r. ��������� ,,, '  :;;,-'; direction  from  the  Ashnola river and  about [ ,>,,llm",,> -'t ���������'P-1'1-  ���������Singh.* fare $7.">0, Iteturn $1-1.00  seventeen  miles from its month  tlieacc cast W \  chains: thence south 20 chains; thence wcsl 'io  TVirnrl  or 'Knirvipw    \\(\   this������������l   (hlV  (if A lioiist   A   1)     1 (H '>      <-'>ains: thence north 2D,linitis to point of cm-|     The   auto   stage will   run an   excursion  LMteCl <IX   Prill V1CW,  J>.0.   lllIS  ���������>!    (IH)    Hi iVU^USt  xV . 1 >.    1 .������ I _.  , ,ll(.M(:(.m,,nt  and containing 120 acres more or j every   Sunday   from I'entieton   to Hcdlev  RONALD HE WAT  less  Assessor and Collector, Kettle Kiver Assessment District;',  lime-.'Otll, 1012  KMILK JKXSKN  II. C. N. Ktches. a|?eiit,  2S-1K  I and   return, leaving   Penticton   at S a. in.  I and, returning leaving Hedley at 4 p.m.  ! rhone M, Penticton \V. E. Wkliiv  i'l  a

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