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 f\>~  <rst.  tw  lV- , .    ,   2^ 1915  A  )���������  /  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.   _���������t-  Volume XI.   ��������� Number 3-&-V  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1915. ,  ������^^������    $2.00, In  JflS.GLflRKE   Ulatchmaker  M ���������**"** DL ���������������������"*-", B.C.  Clocks and Watdies for Sale.  Hears From Brother  Wounded at Front  i-  N..THOMPSON ellO.N'E SEVMOUR 501''  MGK. WKSTKKN CANADA  Camme.ll Laird & Co. Ltd.  Steel Manufacturers  Sheffield, Eng.  ,' .Offices and Warehouse, SI7-G3 Bcatty Street  ':'���������" "Vancouver, B. C.  A.  F. & A. M.  KEGULAK monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  are hold on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall. Iledlcy. Visiting  brethren aro cordially invited to attend.  A. CREEL.MAN,  ���������   W. M  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  L. O. L.  The Hegulai-    meetings of  Hedley Lodge 1711 are hold on  the  first and third Monday in  every month in the Orange Hall  Ladies meet 2nd and i Mondays  Visiting brothern are cordially invited  A. J. KING, XV. M  C. P. DALTOX, Soc't.  R. F*.  BROWN  British (Columbia Land Surveyor  Tel. No. 27 P. O. Draivek 160  PENTICTON,  B. C.  Word has come to'hand that Private  John Murdoch, Coalyard, Sorn, 14th  R.S.P., is lying in hospital at Alexandria. Private Murdoch was buried  by a shrapnel shell on July 14th during  a bayonet charge and had to be dugout. He has suffered much pain in  the right leg and back, and will be  several several weeks in the hospital  befor being removed to the base. Private Murdoch, who saw service during  the South African War, for which he  has a nieelal bars, went to the Dardanelles with his regiment some time ago.  He is highly popular among a large1  circle of friends locally, aud it is fondly  hoped he will soon be restored to good  health again.���������Kilmarnock   Standard.  Private Murdoch is a brother of out  local rancher, .Tim Murdoch and we  know he also yearns for a chance to  answer the call of King and   Country.  P. W. GREGORY  CIVIL  ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  WalterGlayton  . ���������- -���������B'arris'er;solicitor. Etc.'  MONEY TO LOAN  PENTICTON,  B. C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  J. HOWE, flanager  Roller Skating on Tuesday and Thursday  each week, from 8���������10:30 p.m.; admission  25c, skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:30  to 5 p.m. for ladies only, free.  Also open for Dances and Other Engagements.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C. .  Bar and Table.the Best.,' Rates Moderate  ,   First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor..  I  Grand Union |  Hotel        J  HEDLEY,  British Columbia J  ;    "'    ',   " |  ������ Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up ������  X First-Class Accommodation.  ������ Bar Stocked with Best Brands  j*S ; of Liquor and Cigars'*���������'"  S    " ��������� ���������;-:-;-'   '  I A.  WINKLER,     Proprietor   ������  P?  HEDLEYMEAT  a a ��������� a  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  hand; Fresh Fish on  sale   every   Thursday.  R. J. EDiVTOND, Prop.  MINING NOTES     |  The work on the big tunnel at the  Sullivan mine at Kimberley is progressing rapidly, the tunnel having been  driven a distance of S75 feet. Ihe big  new electrically driven mucking machine is now operations, making tlie progress much more rapid than ..by the  old hand method. This tunnel will  require about two year's work'to complete and will betisedto bring the ore  out to .the railroad on the lower level  instead of by the aerial tramway now  in use.���������Daily News.  Pat Gallaper of Nelson is working a  mineral,pr6perty that he recently located, It is three miles south of the  Trail smelter, on the south side of the  Columbia river,'orie mile- back. Several large dykes and ledges cross the face  of the hill. Assays from the surface  give return as high as $13.50 in silver  and 6 per cent, copper. One ledge is  30 feet wide. Ore resembling that of  the Nickle Plate at-.Hedley   has   been  found in the shaft. '"Ore from this pro-  ��������� 1. . ��������� ��������� . ...  perty'can be trammed to the shrelter  on the Columbia river. When the  Northport smelter opens it will be  nicely situated between two' smelters.  -Ledge.  After being compelled   to  store  its  zinc product for the last three months,  the "Rambler-Cariboo   has   favorable  prospects of securing a   zinc   contract  with Denver or Kansas City smelters,  making possible the marketing of  500  tons held in reserve, according to Dr.*  W. B. McPhee, who returned to  Spokane a few days ago from a trip to the  mine.   The mine is producing 400 tons  of silver-lead   concentrate.-*; and  zinc  per month.   The last zinc -contract expired Mily 25 after the   shipment   of  four cars that netted a total of  approximately $15,000.    "The   Denver and  Kansas City zinc companies are   evidently in the market for our  zinc  anil  terms are being considered," Dr.   McPhee   is  reported   as    saying.    "The  mine is now working 45  men,   operations being underway in tunnels  Nos.  3, 7, 8,10 and 12.    In tunnel No. 10  a  face of five feet of ore has been   open-,  ed.   The silver-lead concentrates   now  being shipped are bringing from $1800  to $2000 a car iind the crude ore about  $2500."���������-Kaslo Kootenaian.  _ ; aB������  Letters   have   been  received   from  Keremeos Flower  Show a Big Success  The Seconel Annual Flower Show,  September, Oth planned and managed  by the Similkameen Valley Women's  Institute" was even a greater, success  than their former brilliant achievement. The keenest interest was taken  in the event by everybody. Even on  the night befoie, whe-n decorating anel  rehearsing were-, going on, some enthusiastic florists brought their flowers  and plants, while all Thursday morning, Mrs. Fin-go was kept busy receiving the entries.  Immediately after 'lunch tho judges  commenced their difficult task. The  Rev. R. G. Stewart aiid Mr. James Eil-  munds aeteel as judges, and the thanks  of the Institute are certainly due them  for their efficient service. There were  one hunelreel and four different entries  and indeed tbe display in Richter's  Hall .was a gorgeous one. Special men-  tion should be made'of the beautiful  collection of'Dahlias.and Asters which  Mr. and Mrs. (Jlare brought down  from Hedley. '.. -  The following is tlie Prize List:���������  1st. Prize j       2nd. Prize  Display of Roses  Miss Elizabeth Richter, Mrs. P. Sorge  Display of Dahlias;"  Mrs. Clare       '   '   Mrs. Kerr  Display of Asters  Mrs. Clare       ���������   Miss Easton  Display of Carnations  Mrs. P. Quant  Display of Tiger Lilies ..  "Miss "Rich" ter  Display of Sweet Peas  ;    Miss Easton ' | -   Mrs. Kerr  Collection of Sweet Peas  Mrs. Mattice      Mrs Graham  Display of Pansies  Mrs. P" Quant  Miss Richter  Collection of Pansies  Mrs. P. Quant    Miss Easton  Display of Stocks  Mrs. Mattice Mrs. Sorge'  Displayof Nasturtiums  Miss Easton      Mrs. Mattice'  Display of Pinks  Miss Easton  Display of Gladioli  Mrs. Clare  Display of Daisies  Mrs. P. Quant  Display of Poppies  Mrs. Cawston  Display of Hydrangea-  Mrs. P. Quant  Display of Honeysuckle  Miss F. Daly   Mrs. P. Quant  Display of Petunias  Mrs. Kerr        Mr3. Cawston  Display of "Verbenas  Miss Easton Miss Daly  Display of Crysanthemums  Miss Armstrong-  Display of Snapdragon  Miss Daly  Report of Ladies  Sewing Society  Hedley Ladies Sewing Society's Report tor three months. From June 17  to Sept. 1G:;     *  Our income'for the three months  $3S4.25. Expenditure $147.27. Goods  shipped to the Red Cross Society, Nelson on Juue'19 : 115 pair Socks; 200 pr.  Swab.-; 1H1 pr. Mouth Wipes; G Laundry Bugs; 7 Writing Tablets; Bandages; Vaseline: Absorbent Cotton: Foot  Powder: Tobacco; Cigaiettes: Cigarette Paper.  Goods shipped .Sept. 4 to Nelson :  1,000 Swabs; 250Mouthwipes;'o4 Handkerchiefs; 37 Pillow Cases; 1G Sheets;  24 Bandages: 24 Personal Property  Bags; 12 Tray Cloths; 2 pr. Ward Slippers; 4 Children's Dresses.  During the three months the knit-  teis have knitted 4S pair of Socks anel  2 scarfs. These have been distributed  among our own boys who have gone  to Vernon.  We have   also sent out this   week a  box to Vernon   containing 4 Tea Towels and 2 Bath Towels for each of the  hoys; 3 Cake sand one Box Doughnuts.  Mks. Rout. Boyd, Sec.  Fiftieth Anniversary  Fittingly Observed  Mrs. Kerr  Mrs.'H. Quant  Miss Easton  Nelson, B. O. Sept. 14, 1915  Sec. Ladies Sewing Circle,  We received your boxes of goods all  safely and thank you very much for  them.  Thank the ladies of your circle forthe interest they take in the work and  everything is so much appreciated by  ���������the central council of Toronto.. Every  time I get a receipt back from them  for goods sent they always mention  everyone of these societies that have  sent things in and tell me to thank you  all from headquarters. Very nice of  them I think,  for they are  very busy  people.  Yours Faithfully,  M. Lamhedee, Sec.-Treas.  Toronto, June 29, 1915.  SUPPLIES RKCEIPT  Dear Madam:���������I beg to acknowledge  with thanks the generous donation of  Respirators, Socks,' Pillow Slips, Clothing, etc. from Hedley Ladies Sewing  Circle. Hedley,   B. C. to the service of  this Society.  yours faithfully,  ���������  The Canadian Red Cross Society  perM. K'  Mrs. G. Christie  Mrs. Kerr  Frank Dollemore and Doc Martin,  who are at Vernon. They appear well  pleased with prospect arid write bright,  cheery letters.  Display of Zinnias  Mrs. Ken-  Display of Balsam  Miss Daly  Best Heads of Sunflower  Miss Armstrong, Jrmmie Clarke  Best Table Bouquet  Miss Easton   Mrs. H. Quant  Basket of Garelen Flowers  Mrs. P. Quant       Mrs. Clare  Collection of House Plants  Mrs. Cawston Mrs. Kerr  Display of Geraniums  Mrs. Ames  Largest number of prizes, Miss Easton.  Largest  number  of  entries,    Mrs.  Kerr.  Child's Bouquet of flowers, Wilburn  Mattice.  Child's Bouquet of Wild Flowers.  Jim Clark  Clarence Mattice  Special prizes were also awarded to  Mrs. Mattice and to Miss Easton.  Tea was served during the afternoon,  the tables being in charge of Mrs.  George and Mrs. E. J. Christie, Miss  Armstrong and Mrs. Newton were in  charge of the Ice Cream.-  During the evening a good program  was rendered, and much praise is due  Miss Daly who had this department in  charge. Miss Jones and Mr. Pryor of  Hedley pleased tbe audience with their  solos, while Mr. Edmunds sang the  Cornish Floral Dance, Miss Daly rendered a patriotic song "Take me back  to Canada." Mr. William Daly pleased  the audience with his violin, and in  addition he and Mr. Stanton contributed a violin duet.  The proceeds of the day which  amounted to quite a large sum will be  given to the work of the Red. Cross  Society.  Monday, October Htb will be  Thanksgiving clay. Surely Canada  and the Empire has much to be thankful for this year, and we in Hedley especially.  One of the year's most pleasant social affairs took place-Monday evening  when the staff of the Hedley Gold Mining Company tentlere'd an anniversary  entertainment to the General Superintendent, Mr. G. P. Jones.  The Opera House'was nicely decorated and the platform tastefully a 1 rang-,  ed with flowers.  The early evening was spent in dancing which was greatly enjoyeel by nil  present. During the ' course of the  evening in the intervals between elan-  ces, Miss Avoniii* Jones sang a song  entitled "Often". The Misses Smith  played a. couple of piano duetts and  Mrs. Spronle played for some of the  dances. Harry Barnes wa.s floor man- -  ager.  Shortly before midnight supper was ,  announced. The* company was ushered into the room usually set aside as  the dressing 1 00111, wln-re a long table  was disclosed to view, literally groaning uueler the weight of good things.  The decorations were very pretty anel  called for-general comment and approbation.  A card and program of toasts was  on each plate so that each person found  their allotted places with the least,  amount of difficulty or confusion.  Mr. R. Wheeler presided as Toast-  master and the first toast proposed  was "The Empire," responded to by  Mr. C. P. Dalton. He spoke briefly of  the magnitude* of the.Empire, of our  determination'to live up'to' the traditions of the past anel to defenel the  honor and the neutrality of the lesser-  nations.  The "Community," responded to by  A! B. S. Stanley.    "The Company" responded   to by   Mr. S. L. Smith.   He  had come to Hedley in the early years  when he was told that if he wanted to  get here he would have to swim.   He  had seen the growth of the mine to its  present   proportions   and have   never  known the company to deal   unfairly  with any  of its men.   The   motto  of  the company   was "a square   deal   to  all."   It has always been a pleasure to  work for them and the   reason everything worked   so smoothly   was   that  the policy erf thCjCoinpany was to treat  its men fairly and justly.   The present  manager   especially  emphasized   this  policy in his dealings   with the men  and.in a   social way  made those who  came to the camp feel that   it was   a  pleasure and an honor to be connected  with such an institution.  "Tire Ladies"! Bert Jones was the  speaker selected to handle this very  tender subject, but he certainly arose  to the occiision and toasted them till  they were red in the face, some of  them, when he said "woman was a  work of art, a nrost wonderful edition,  of which every man should have a  copy." The eulogy might have lasted  indefinitely, but the speaker at last  realized that his glass was empty and  that he could no longer toast the ladies.  "The Young Men" of the staff, responded to by Mr. P. Prior in a neat  little speech in which he made the  point that a young man who started  out under proper conditions with a  good company, like the Hedley Gold  Mining Co., had a far better chance of  making a success of his future.  "Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Jones" responded to by the Toastmaster, R. Wheeler.  He refered to the fact that this occasion was the 50th anniversary of Mr.  Jones' birthday   and that we were as- THE HEDIEY GAZETTE. SEPT.  23. 1915
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SEPTEMBER
1915
THE   WAR
In   tlie  wai'  situation,   while
nothing big* has   been   reported
. this week, we are evidently  on
the   eve   of   a   history-making
period in that big struggle.
The Russian army is playing
hide and seek with the troops
of the Kaiser, one cartoon depicting them as a Will-o'-the-
Wisp, with the Kaiser following
hard, not seeing the wisp of
bayonets in his immediate path-
��� way.
The need for concerted action
by all parties and in every way
is being impressed upon us by
the men at the head of affairs,
' and the landing of bi'g munition
orders by Canadian institutions
is significant in that it points to
' the fact that in the time of its
greatest need the Mother Country realizes that her greatest
colony is back of her and she
does not hesitate to call upon
them for aid.
; With Italy driving Austria on.
one side and Russia on. the
other, with the Allies forcing,
slowly, but surely, the Darden-
elles, and bringing ever nearer,
the fall of the Ottoman Empire,
with the French and British
pounding away at the Western
front, the day of big things cannot be far removed.
If ever we gave, let us give
now. If ever we sent, let us
send now. If we ever showed
confidence in the Empire and
her destiny, let us not falter
now. If ever the government
had our support, let it be now.
The ultimate end will, must,
be success to the Allies and the
���cause for which they fight.
What Will Happen
in the Near Future
Septem her 23 and 24.
Grand Forks Fall Fair, at Grand
Forks Septenber 28 and 29.
Patriotic Smoker in the Opera
House, Hedley, probably on Saturday,
September 25. Watch for surer announcement.
The convention of the "Western Canada Irrigation Association will be held
at Bnssaiio, November 23 to 25.
Continued from I'iikc One
senihlcd to   do honor    to him    and his
wife and  family, he said:
A lilt K- mote llian lil'teen year.-* nun
a man was wanted by Mr. M. K. Rod-
gers to open up what has now become
the I'nmoiis Nickel Plate mine���
amongst the many applications. I'm-
the position w.-i��. one from an unknown
pel son���then a .stranger to all, a si ranger to a strange country, a stranger in
1 he forest, a. --traiigcr to the wintry
blasts of the northern '/.ones���one from
the dry and arid regions of Australia,
where, mines grow amongst the Kan
gaioos and jack rabbits.
It was the good fortune*, of this per
son to he cho-i*n. II- was the good fortune for this then virgin locality that
a per-oii of Mich habits, virtues anel
wisdom was chosen. When we turn
hack the leaves of the hook of time,
and learn what the country was, at
the entry of this person, we lind it.
was almost an unknown spot in its
piimev.-il slate. Buried within its
rocky realm was the pure untarnished
wealth of gold���Old Father Time had
exposed one spot upon which the labors of this man   were to Ik* centered.
The. task was no light one���the
sound of the ax was heard in the forest
the bound of the pick on mountain top
both directed by this man's knowledge.
By constant delving into the rocky
ledges we have before us the result of
his works. Where once wa.s was only
the noiseless trend of the red man, we
have a prosperous community.
Mr. Jones has woi-kcel his way up
the ladder to the top round of his profession by his own labors, purely. His
path has not always been one strewn
with roses, neither could it be one of
peace and accord always within the
soul of this man. He has had his
trials and tribulations. He has seen
others awarded the position which he
hr-is since filled'with better grace, better- judgement, better satisfaction to
his employer's. It is a high achievement and calls forth our admiration.
He has proven worthy of his trust.
His success speaks volumes for his
ability.
To those that have been near our
General Superintendent and have seen
him in daily life there * are shown
other sides than mere business ones.
To those in trouble, to those whose
homes sorrows and griefs have entered a helping hand has been freely given. To those around him an uplifting
influence has been shed. The life of a
mining camp is a, trying one, narrow
at the best, but the life of one in Hedley camp has b3en raised to a higher
plane by the broad minded actions and
elevating eleeds of our benevolent
manager and his worthy wife. We
are .here this evening to do them honor
and give them our best wishes for continued prosperitytiind. good health.
Mr. lind Mi-si' Jones, it falls, now, to
my lot, on behalf of those here this
evening to present to...both of you a
token of admiration, respect and good
Will. May the blessing of God rest
upon you.
He then presented Mr. Jones with a
beautiful silver loving cup, which was
suitably engraved showing that it was
presenied from the staff of
the Heelley Gold Mining Co., and the
date.
In responding Mr. Jones said it was
true he had come from Australia and
had started in on the lower rungs of
the ladder, and if he had attained success it was due to the unfailing encouragement of his wife and to the
fact that the Company had always encouraged its men to merit promotion
throrrgh hard work and application.
The present board of directors was
composed of splendid men, men whom
it was an honor and a pleasure to serve. The policy of the Company was
to be just and liberal to its employes
ahd any man who wished to make the
most of a good opportunity would find
that opportunity if he were an employe of this Company.
On behalf of Mrs.   Jones, his family
and himself he most heaitily thanked
the friends for their-kind thoughts and
their beautiful  present.
To the tune of  Auld Lang Syne the
company M'pnrated.
NOTICE
LAND ACT
(I'orui Xo. 11)
SlIUILKAiUKli'N IjAXH DISTKICT
DlSTIUCT OP VAI.K
TAKK N'OTK'H Unit Ilalibiii-lon Tweddlc,
of the town of Keremeos Centre, li. ('.. occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to
lease the following described lands near Ashnola (.'reek:
t.'oiiiiiieneintr at a post planted about two
miles Smith of the .South-east unfile of I*. A.
JIiu-Krnve's pre-emption, Keeord Xo. (171S,
thence West forty chains, thonce South forty
chains, thonce l'nst forty chains, thence North
forty chains to the place of commencement,
eoiitainiiiff one hundred and sixty acres more
or l(.'ss.--Loeatcd A utilise 17th, 15115.
H .\ LI A1' U11T0X T W FA~)1>L K,
AppIiCi'infc
Dated -September Sfcli, 11)15. ���''���"*
Don't Send Money In a. Letter
"^IL/HEN you send subscriptions to magazines, or order
v * goods out of town, or pay small accounts at a distance, do not place the actual cash in the'envelope. Thousands of dollars are lost every year through fire, robbery
or mis-direction. Use the Bank MoneyOrders, issued by
the bank. They are payable in Canada and the United
States in any sum up to fifty dollars.
Their protection is well worth their small cost. 53
78 Years tn Business.
Hedley Branch
Capital sand Surplus $7,384,000.
C. P. DALTON, Manager
NOTICE
LAX I) ACT
(I<*orm Xo. 11)
SnUlJCAMHKN' LAXD DISTRICT
DlSTIUCT (>!���- V.U.K
TAKE XOTICK that Haliburton Tweddle,
of tlie town of Keremeos Centre. R C, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to
lease the following described lands near Ashnola Creek.
Commencing at a post planted about three
miles South of the South-east unfile of K. A.
Tfarft-reavc's pre-emption, Keeord No. U71S,
tlieneo West eighty chains, theneo South
twenty chains, thence Kasb eighty chains,
thence North twenty chains to tho plaee of
commencement, containing one hundred and
sixty acres, more or less.���Located August
I7th", 1915.
1 r A LI U UKTOX TXV ] "DDLK,
Applicant
Dated September 8th, 1916 35
lledley's Tonsorial Parlors
For a Good Haircut
and Shave
ATMS
IN CONNECTION
R. HILLIARD   -   Prop.
MANAGEMENT
Rooms   all  Thoroughly  Renovated.
Cuisine under direct control of the
Manager, who has had twelve years'
experience in the Old Country.
None but the best brands of Liquors
and Cigars,
Your patronage respectfully solicited
GOOD    SAMPLE    ROOM
Then Think!
Now that you have commenced to read this . article, just
keep right on to the end, and
then you will have absorbed
meat of the cocoanut.
What has this town ever done
for you,: It has fed you, and
clothed you, and housed you,
and given you employment,
and kept the wolf from your
door for these many years.
It has done more. It has fur.
nished you'recreation, and enjoyment, ahd has guided you
safely over many of the
stones that beset the pathway
of life.
It has praised your good
deeds and has thrown the
mantle of charity over your
questionable ones.
It has been, and is, YOUR
HOME. But what have YOU
done for the TOWN?
You are making you money
here but where are you spending it?
Are your buying goods from
the local dealer, who pays
and otherwise contributes liberally to the upkeep of the
community and your home,
or are you sending your money away to some catalogue
house that wouldn't lend you
a five cent piece to save your
soul from purgatory?
And now you have reached
the point where we want you
to stop and think, and think
hard, and to a sane, sensible
and patriotic purpose.
Notice!
Notice- ishereby.given that it is forbidden tn trespass .with firearms rui
the following property: Lots' 3167,
34(58, J8S, 376, 2(PS, known as the Camp
Rest ranch. This notice is final, and
hereafter trespassers will be prosecuted. G. H. CAHILL.
~~ REWARD I
A reward of   one   hundred   dollars,
($100.00), will he  paiel   tn   any peison
giving information that will lead to
I he airest and conviction of the party
who shot in the windows of my house,
on.Lot 207S. Shooting was done between 6 o'clock Monday, September
6th, 1915 and Friday, September 10,
1015.
Bullet holes in table and other fixtures shows the- rifle usetl to be of
large calibre.
Signed, G. H. CAHILL,
Hedley. B. C, Sepl. 11, 1915 33-36
THIS IS "LITTLE WILLIE,"   HEIR   TO   THE   MAD
EMPEROR, WILHELM
A dispatch from Northern Prance to the Central News Agency, London,
gives a sensational report from German source, via Rotterdam- that the German Crown Prince is suffering mental.aberration as the result of his worry
over tbe campaign.
The Crown Prince certainly has not spared himself in the attempt to
strike a decisive blow upon the Western front. Prisoners   state   that  he
did not sleep for three days during the recent offensive and that he has broken
dow-ri under the strain. THE HKOLKY GAZIOTTIi. SEPT. 2a MMo  il  if  lit  ���������I?  '?'  i"  }  TOWN AND DISTRICT  )  There will be service in St. John's  church next Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p  m.  The bridge inspector'for- the Great  Northern Railway Co. paiel this district a visit Tuesday.  Fiank Ward left Tuesday for Penticton where he is going to lie married.  He will go from there to Nelson.  .  ���������T. A. Schubert was in town Monday  on liis way home from a visit with his  son Bertie tit the camp in Vernon.  Mr. anel Mrs. Joyner, who ten years  ago were residents of Hedley, have  just returned. Hedley seems to be a  loele star to.'some people.  Henry II. Jones is the new junior  clerk in tin* bank, ;incl with such a fine  start, a boy of his abili-iy ought to rise  lo quite a prominent position in the  financial affairs of the country. The  Gazette assures him that by application and diligence success will come.  J. D. Brass l'*ft Saturday for the  Const in the hope of landing the contract for the addition to the school  house. That contract certainly ought  to come to Hedley an! Boeing & Brass  are in a better- position to handle it  than, contractors from  outside points.  J       THE   FORUM  ���������ii    ilz A Column For All the People  "*?i  :.*!.*-���������������  ^i;.J J J-5 J Jii 3-"-* -J "i-*.-*^.-J'J '  The Gazette will bo pleased to .publish letters  from its readers on all questions of public interest, provided tlie writer {lives full name  and address. The letter mav be published  under a noiu de plume if .so desired. In no  case will  the  editor be  responsible  for the  . opinions expressed and does not neees--arily  endorse them.  '/I**  'f\ : V  '*������ ' A  m1 ������  'I! :������  E. D. Boeing returned Monday from  Oroville, where ho imelerwent an operation, Ho is much improved and in a  few days will say -'Richard is himself  again.'*  C.-P. Dalton was the lucky man to  draw the winning number in the contest for the leather cushion which has  been on display in the winelow of Toni-  in v Bother ham's store.  F. M. Gillespie, our local druggist,  who has been visiting in the,East forthe past few months arrived home  Monday and is being welcomed home  by his numerous friends.  Vaughn Huneke, who has been in  the employ of the company for some  months, left Tuesday for his home in  California. ' He will be much missed  by the young people of Hedley, with  whom he .was very popular.  Mr. anel Mrs. C. P. Dalton are this  week entertaining Mr. and Mrs. R..F.  Segsworth, of Toronto, who are on  their .way to the Panama-Pacific Exposition. Mrs. Segsworth is Mr. Dalton's  sister, whom he has not seen for years.  Messrs McLean, Ingraham, Jim  Laci'3" and O. E. Toinlin took a pack  team up the hill Tuesday with an outfit to work on the surveys for the govern men t road to the Nickel Plate.  When completed this ronel will be a  great convenience to the many men  and families who are living up1 the hill.  This week our local merchants have  been well entertained by the stories of  the genial drummer as he deftly showed his goods and wrote down the orders. Messrs. S. R. Mason, of the National Biscuit Co.; Thos. McFarlane  and W. B. Shakespeare, with Grocers  Specialties, and J. R. Matthews, of the  Hudson Bay Co. all were in town this  week and all regard Hedley as one of  the best towns in the province.  Editor, Hedley Gazette,  Hedley, B.C.,  The White Ghost,  Local nimrods are getting busy this  week. ��������� A pnrty consisting of Messrs.  Burr, Rolls, and Kellogg left Tuesday  for Smith Creek and woe betide the.  denizen of the forest who shows his  nose out anywhere within miles of the  camp. Another party consists of  Frank Capelle and Jack Lorenzetto  and they are going 'up Bromley Creek  and down the Ashnola. ' R. J. Edmonds" is also planning a trip for the  near future*.  Mrs. L. Morel; of Marblehead, who  miikes periodic visits to this district in  the interest of the tomhstonebusiness;  is in our midst again. Mrs. Morel is  the proud possessor of a photo of her  son in the uniform of a soldier of the  Empire.  TEN YEARS AGO  (From the, Hedley Gazette of Sept.  ,     '.   21,"'1905.)      *  . C. F. Harrigan, of Tulameen,' an old  timer of Hedley, is renewing acquaintances here   with some of the  old fel-  :lpws;;who tell you not only of the rise  and wane4of.mnny'a good .prospect on.  "which soiiie of the poor fellpws staked,  their all. ���������'��������� '-" '        '���������������������������.:  In,view-vof the success of-the special'  ���������.Sunday-dinner the,rhew management  of the Similkameen Hotel, has .decided  to. put on a special miner's supper"  every second Saturday evening,at 6..j*fc*  in., beginning witp next, Saturday;.  September 25. :���������''-   '- . ,..-" ���������';-  ..   '' '  The band is pi-acticing.inost:'' -.industriously thesei evenings, the- musical  effects attained^. beirig.gi-e.atly enhahc-  ;ed.by-the..additipn;:of.thebig/base horn  which"- has* ��������� lain*' dbrmantv*diuing the  '     '   '���������       ...���������  "���������:   ���������-,'  ��������� , ������������������-. -.-���������   .-��������� ?".* ��������� -,���������,���������.;  absence of-Mr. Hamilton,-who is'ngain  on the job.        - ' ;. ���������'.'���������-.    '  The valley welcomes to our midst,  Mr. and Mrs. H. Lawrence, and family,* of Nelson, who have come to make  their home here. They are located  just below Bradshriw's and already  have made some improvements in the  appearance of the place.  Constable Bowen, of Keremeos, came  to town Tuesday morning to take his  wife home, Mrs. Bowen had the misfortune to get a needle broken off in  her right hand an came to the hospital  for treatment. She was able to reti-un  home with Mr. Bowen Tuesday.  NOTICE  Church Services are changed to the  winter season hours 7.30 p.m.  Reports from the hill indicate that  w.ork is progressing-, nicely on the Apex  group and the   property looking wel|.  W.-Y. v Williams *speht- Sunday* *ih'  town.    He made   a trip up to   see the  Oregon   claim* .on.; Sixteen   Mile when  here.  The Kamloops Standard office was  burned down last week. The plant  suffered considerably but was hot a  total loss.       ....  W..E. W'elby.will" commence  running- excursions If rom Hedley to Pen-  .ticton on and after' the 25th.   Return  tickets pood for a month will be issued  at $9.00 for the round trip.  J. F. Royer came in oh the "flyer"  on Monday night, going back again  .Tuesday morning. The running of the  stage through Fairview is proving a  great convenience, and the driver  does not consider it any harder to  make. / There is no w,nrd yet of the P.  O. Department authorizing the cai.r.y-  ing of the mail over the route.  Mr. T. H. Rothei-hanr of Ymir was  in town last wepk.'.He.is looking oyer  the Similkameen, and wii,err in Hedley  renewed ��������� acqirain.taiicj-sjj with former  Ymirites-'aniong\whomj.Hre Mr. Clare  and his family:, Mr.-Rotherham reports late finds '.-in-Vthe Ymir mine  which are likely to improve materially  the well-being ofth.it/camp, and reports from Kootoiiny papers also point  turn of the dividend^payine" period.  Rev; E. Pl'Flewellitig" the new vicar-  sent to take charge of the new parishes  of Hedley and Princeton, arrived in  Hedley on Saturday evening's stage  and held services in Fraser's hall on  Sunday night when, notwithstanding  the short notice given, there was a  large congregation out to hear an impressive service. The reverend gentleman will reside in Hedley. but will  hold fortnightly services in Princeton.  A news dispatch reports that the  soldiers in one of the larger armies in  Europe have repeatedly seen white  ghosts riding on white horses; the,  ghosts are supposed to he the spirits c>f  the great generals wlro-have fallen.  'Reports of this kind have found  their- way into the newspapers from  several of the nations engaged in the  conflict. A great, many men scolt'at  such things and call them foolish delusions ; but many of the same ones who  scoff, both believe and affirm'that  every man has a spirit which survives  his body anel that it is roaming around  in space. If there is such a spirit  which ��������� survives, why should p*eoplc  not see it? The real trouble conies  through believing that when a nian  elies he is not dead, .that it is only his  body which is gone.  Tbe modern scholar and thinker has  been wont to believe and teach, that  only the darkness of the middle ages  could produce such stories of the  ghosts'of dead horses and men. But  during the last half century, there has  been almost a complete revolution in  what men think upon that subject.  The spiritualistic teaching that man  lives on after death is capturing the  strongest men of science as well as the  untutored ; and- this belief of the survival of the spirit after man's death, is  laying the foundation for some of the  greatest delusions with which satan  has ever been able to deluge the world.  "And then .shall the wicked be revealed whom tbe Lord shall consume  with the spirit.!pfjij.s'mmijh,jind,shan  destroy with the brightness of His  coming:.even Him-whose coming is  after the Working of'Satan with all  power and signs anel lying wonders,  and-with all deceivableness of um-igh-  teousness in them that perish; because  they receive not the love of the truth  that they might! not be saved." [See  2 Thess; 2:8-10.]  Observe that.this text points out  that the coming of Chri.-t is after the  working of Satan with all power and  with signs and lying wonders; this is  but one of the scriptures that tell of  the delusions with which Satan will  flood the world in the last days, and  there is no channel through which he  vyill wor;k more powerfully than  .through the deceptive teaching that  man is conscious after death. [ See  Eccl. 9:5; also Psalms 6:5 and Eccl. 3:  19.] We need to bpVn our minds and  hearts to an understanding of God's  word so that we may not fall under  the spell of the deceptions Satan has  prepared.for this time.  Mrs. S, R. M.  0  $  ���������  ���������*Fti*M'**.-'m)n ���������.''ii'"'''*^^  rlTI-I the present increased cost of living- it is  really a serious question. If you can get a  few more loaves each bake day, would you not be  prepared to .-to least try the flour which guarantees  this result?���������OUR BEST. So why not order a sack  next time? and'if you eion't like it���������if it does not  suit you  we   will   cheerfully   refund  you   the  full   $  purchase price. *->  ���������>  CREELMAN &  LTAL1  I. "STORE OF QUALITY" ���������  ADVERTISE IN THE  GAZETTE  still showing activity. Get thee hence,  Satan.  J. M. W.  (Above were   received  too   late   for  last week's paper,  but'carry their own  explanation���������Ed.)  SUNDAY DINNER  ��������� at the ���������  Similkameen Hotel  At G p.m.  Where Are  Your Interests  *r Are they in this, corn -  . munity ?  *F Arc  they among the  people with whom  you  associate ?  IT Are   they   with   the.  neighbors   and   friends  with whom you do busi-  business ?  PAINTING  PflPER-fiflNGING    !  KftLSOMINING  TERMS MODERATE  DALY ME.  HEDLEY, B.C.  If so, you want to know what is happening in this community. You want  to know the goings and co-nings of  the people with whom you associate,  the little news items of your neighbors  and friends���������now, don't you?  That is what this paper gives you  in every issue. It is printed for  that purpose.     It represents your  .. interests and the interests of this  town. Is your name on our subscription lists'-    If not you owe it'  -.    to  yourself to see  that  it is put  ���������    there.   To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  Tde Nickel Hate  BarDei^snoD  SATISFACTORY, SANITARY  T0NS0RIAL SERVICE  This shop it equippeel with  Baths and all the latest  Electrical  Appliances.  W.T.BUTLER, - Prop.  KB ABHBOS -P BHT1C TON  ROYALMAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves on arrival of 9.30  and 4 o clock trains.  ��������� Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO    STAGE  Cars Call at all Hotels  "Rough on Rats" clears otrt Rats,  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House. 15c.  and 25c. at Drug and Country Stores.  Princeton, Sept. 15. 1915  Mr. Stanley,.Editor Gazette,  Sir:���������Kindly add tbe P. S. enclosed  to my letter of this week. Had I  known in time that Mr. Greenwood  was to reply to Mr. Stewart I would  not have written. There is no reason  for two opposing one, then there will  he no,overlapping. Thanking you for  past favors, I am.  Yours truly,  J. M. Wright  P. S.���������Owing to the Christian Science church having authorized persons  who reply to attacks 1 am requested  to leave, the present controversy in the  care of Mr. Gieenwood. No further-  reply . will be made by me. My last-  letter seemed to ha\ e hit someone  who wrote an anonymous letter of personal abuse. This cowardly, miserable  form of persecution is en indication of  the old  pharisaic, self-righteous spirit  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  .������kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  , Sawing, Clearing lana, Cook-  ���������. ing and all kinds of Chinese  . Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  ST. JOHN'S CHURCH  ,.   ���������ANGLICAN���������..  Services 2nd (Morning) and -1th (Evening) Sundays in the month  Additional Services as per announce-  ., merits.  G. D. GRIFFITHS, B. A., Vicar  Synopsis of Coal Mining Regulations  COAL mining rights of the Dominion, ii  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  tho Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories and in a portion of tho Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an  nere. Not more than 2.560 acres wi be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must bo made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of. the district in which the rights applied for  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Services   every ��������� alternate Sunday  afc  8 p.m.  Pastor, R. G. STEWART  NOTICE  Liquor Act,- 1910.  (Section 49.)  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 y the applicant  himself.  Kach application must bo accompanied by  fee of ������5 which will bo refunded if tho rights  applied for aro not available, but not other  wise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchant  able output of tho mine at tho rate of Ave cents  per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish  tho Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable mined  and pay tho royalty thereon.   I coal min  ing rights aro not being operated su     returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever avtiilablo surface rights may  bo considered necessary for tbo working of the  mine at the rate of $10.00 an aero  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary of the Donartment of  the Interior, Ottawa, or o any Agent or Sub-  Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. (JOKY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this adve  tisement will not be paid for. 9 6m  NOTICE is hereby giverr that, on the  6th day of Septem ber next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the transfer of the licence for the sale of liquor  by retail in and upon tho premises  known as the Similkameen Hotel,  situated at Hedle*y British Columbia,  from Frank Dollemore to Willaim  Bryant of British Columbia.  Dated this 6th day of August 1915.  FRANK DOLLEMORE,  Holder of Licence.  WILLIAM BRYANT  Appicarrtfor transfer.  Hedley  Gazette  $2 per annum  Travel by Auto....  Call up Phone No. 12  IT A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.   IT Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  WOOD   FOE   SALE!  PfUfl6E  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  Phone 12.  HEDLEY   B. C.  D.  J.   INNIS  Proprietor  '���������n. THE HEDLKY GAZETTE. SEPT.   23. 1915  KEREMEOS  ^  v  s^y  Mrs. Lindsay, of Spokane, is  visiting with Mrs. Duly.  Mi. iind Mrs. Tom Daly returnee! from Tonasket on Tuesday."  Mr. C. Urown spent Sunday  and Monday with Mr. and Mrs.  O. H.   Carlo.  Mr. T.Daly went to Oroville  hist; Friday, then to Tonasket  on Saturday.  Those having books from the  Iveremcos Library are requested to return them by the 20.  Carlos Richter and William  Raincock brought down a couple of fine doer Saturday of last  ���������\vcck.  Tho ball game between  Princeton and Keremeos "was  won by the latter, ��������� the score  stood 9 to -1.  Win. Gillanders, a well known  Keremeos boy has enlisted, and  several others are intending to  do so soon.  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Armstrong  and Miss Ramsay of Chopaka  "were up to tlie Flower Show  and to the concert and dance.  Mr. Jones, his sister and Miss  Ellen, Mr. and Miss. Hobart,  Miss Ella Linteh and her friend  motored frorii Nighthawk to  the concert and dance.  Mrs. A. Morrison and son Don,  ahd Mrs. Jnb. Morrison, a sister-  in   law,   are   spending   a   few  weeks at the beautiful residence  erected by A. Morrison.  Mr. Meausette and his friends  .motored    from    Princeton   on  Monday, and on  Tuesday they,  Mr.  Campbell and Mr. Thomas  .' went to   Ashnola to  Mr. Meau-  sette's homestead.  The next day after Mrs. A.  Morrison arrived, she had the  misfortune to fall down ��������� stairs,  her injuries were not as serious  as at first thought, and at present she is doing nicely.  One day last week, while  washing, Mrs. Bowen was so  unfortunate as to break off a  .. needle in her. hand, and had to  go to Hedley. to get help from  Dr.-McEwen. ��������� She went to the  hospital but was able to return  home Tuesday.  Mrs. Bromley and 'Joe went  to Oroville lastMonday evening,  and Miss Ethel on Tuesday. Mr  Bromley went a few weeks before, and as he is very busy at  his trade, he sent for the family  to come. We are very sorry to  lose them, for as friends or  neighbors they cannot be excelled, but we wish them good luck  in their new home.  W. H. Armstrong, who has  been here at his pretty residence for some time is further improving his property by the addition of an apple storage house  is going to be '30x4:0 with cem-  ent^f oundation. The apple house  will be 20x40 and when completed will be two of the finest  buildings in the district. Mr.  Armstrong is further showing  his faith in the future of the  Keremeos fruit district by the  erection of a hot house 30x90  feet, in three sections each 30x  30 feet.   He has installed a boil  er for the heating plant and the  piping has just been completed.  There aie four rows of four  two-inch pipes below and they  are supplied by two great mains  of four-inch pipes, above. Tlie  sections are ventilated by three  vonilator windows on each side  of each section. They will bo  controlled by the latest: model  of gearing which open and closes thorn by the simple turning  of a handle. There is plenty of  room and the whole* structure  is built i'or durability and efficiency.  mmzmsmm-mnm  SIMILKAMEEN  Siinilkaineen public school openeil at  the. appointed time with a good attendance. Miss A. M.' Easton wielding  the "Birch.*"  The call of the mother land is still  being heard anel four more young men  of Keremeos and vicinity have gone to  Vernon Camp vi/.,: Billy Benzie, Sainl,  H. AlcCur-dy, Win. Gillander and Herbert Hunter.  The Condit Brotheis are now busy  shipping ore from the Horn Silver  mine. Tiiis mine was owned anel crown  granted by the late Dr. Powell of Victoria. Six or seven men employed at  the mine. The ore is taken elown to  the dump .by the bucket tram. Six  thousand feet of cable being usee! in  train. The ore values are mostly silver  assaying from forty-five to fifty-two  dollars per ton. D. J. Innis who has  the contiact of hauling the ore has the  seconel car loaded ready te> go out to-  moriow���������Saturday. The contract is  for two hundred tons.  Another mine in the making is that  owned by W. J. Armstrong <fe Co. of  Penticton. Mr. Armstrong has been  working with three men since 14th of  March on this group which is called  the ."Lucky Strike." The values in  this run as high as twentv-three doll  ars and thirty one cents, principally  gold. The "Lucky Strike" is easy of  access being about 11 miles from station. Mining experts say "This is a  mine now." "Billy deserves credit forthe way he has stayed with this property and it is hoped it will be a success. The main tunnel is now in over  200 feet-'  , There are two other Co's owning  property tributary to Similkameen  station viz: the owner of the King Edward Group and The Eclipse Mining  Co. with proper management. They  too should be working anel shipping  ore. Then we would have not only one  or two cars going out weekly but perhaps six or eight-  Longfellow could take a worthless  piece of paper and write a poem on it  and make it worth $65;000���������that's genius. There are some men who could  write u few words on a piece of, paper  and make it worth $8,000,000��������� that's  capital. The United States can take  an ounce and a quarter of Gold and  make it worth $25���������that's money. A  mechanic can take material worth $5  and make it into watch springs worth  $1,000���������that's skill. There is a man in  Chicago who can take a piece of canvas, paint a picture on it, and make it  worth $1,000��������� that's art. A Greek can  take an article worth 75 cents and sell  it for $1���������that's business. A women  could purchase a hat for $2.50 but prefers one worth $27���������that's foolishness.  A ditch digger handles several tons of  earth for $1.50 a day���������that's labor.  The editor can write a check for $9,000i  000, but it wouldn't be worth a dime���������  that's rough. There are people who  will tell you that other papers are as  good as The Gazette���������that's nerve.  Take $2.00 and buy a year's subscription right away���������that's common sense.  I  Royal Victorias  Nyal, Patterson  ���������and some splendid  Chocolates in bulk.  iiedleuDrtifl& Book Store  SEE THAT IT IS .  Made In Canada  AM Our Women's and  Children's  ^iSCOSOOQ*6!SCe>SOOOOSOOCC*S>!^  INTEREST  I OF  I Poultry Raisers-1  ro  On Sale Now. at  8  S  Clip this advertisement from  the Hedley Gazette and mail  it to us today. In return we  will send you, without charge  generous samples of our famous Chick Food and Growing.  Food-in order that you ni-iy  test their wonderful values.  State name and address and  nearest post ollice, also name  and  address  of vonr- dealer.  8  1  To flake Room for  Fall Goods Arriving  mKmmuHVFZMmnxzaxmmmmimaBTim  ^������������������������������������^^^���������������������������^���������^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  "A*  Exact Print in  IS A SPECIALTY WITH US  Keremeos Fruit and Vegetables  BARLOW & CO.,  Growers  Are handling a full line of Fruits   and  Vegetables in Hedley  lA/atcH For Our  Rig:  X  ���������  ���������  ���������ft  1^1 AVE You ever considered  the quality of your work  from the standpoint of careful  type composition arid -efficient  proofreading ? The reputation  of this house for good printing  has been established through  accuracy and attention to the  little details. Send your printing here and we will do it right.  mmm  The Hedley Gazette  HEDLEY, B.C.  ���������  X

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