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 -,���������,^...lw..;>������������.*������.<|<.������^  ''^    oe t'*"_ijrio:.  GTORIA, *  AND SIMILELAMEEN ADVERTISER  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1910.  Number 38.  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice in Vancouver.]  S. 0. L. Co.'s 13loci;  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  K. C. BROWN  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC, Krc.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters (or Tourist Travel.  Rates Moderate.  A. Baknes, Pipp.       Penticton', B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real Estate.  Mines,-  'Crown . Grunts   ADplied. JTor_,._.  '"''-       Under Land'Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  .Mutual Life of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia. Firo Insurance Co.  Calgary Fire Insurance Co.  . Alliance Insurance Co.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  ���������Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.'C.  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  HEDLEY BARBER SHOP  Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  HAIR   CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Coid Baths in Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  A. F. & A. M.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 43. A. F. & A M..  arc hold on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall. Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited to attend.  FORBES H. D. BARNES,  \V. M Secretary  _C������  W.J.  AMONG THE APPLE TREES  Keremeos Orchards Are Now a Grand  Sight-grsfig ira^fpj^na_With  Their Load of Fruit  W. H. T. GAHAN  Barrister,   Solicitor,   ,  Notary Public, Etc.    ���������  Mum; Block  ,  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  Last week the editor h:id an opportunity to' get down to Keremeos and  spend a few hours in the orchards and  the sight was certainly an enjoyable  one'. The former visit was in the middle of May when many of the trees  were in bloom, and had we seen it a  month or so ago when the bulk of the  peach crop was coming in a still better  idea of the capability of the orchards  might have been attained.  There was not time enough at our  our disposal  to see all the older orchards,  but it is learned  that they all  of them have enormous crops and that  of Frank Richter which  we   had the  privilege of visiting is doubtless a fair  indication of what the season has been  for them.   In  Mr.. Richter's  orchard  fhe scene is practical I v beyond description and' the  trees are loaded down  with  big bright-colored  apples to an  extent": practically   beyond   belief  or  understanding to anyone who has not  seen them.    Unfortunately Mr. Richter had to take a trip  to the coast  about a month and a half ago which  kept him there longer than he expected and he only returned last week.  During his absence the fruit kept on'  growing and ripening ���������to  an  extent  that endangered  the trees and had lie  been   home a general   thinning  out  would have been carried on, but many  of the branches have - been ta xed   beyond their power and have broken off  in many different forms, some of them  splitting   away   from ;the   trunk  or  road are many fine young orchards  among which are those of Messrs.  Spencer, .T������'S. Armstrong, Win. Mat-  tice arid many non-residents whose  lots have been taken care of by the  Keremeos Land Co. and are in excellent condition and several of them in  bearing. On this row of lots are some  good residences, particularly those of  J. J. Armstrong and Jos. Armstrong  as also those of Spencer and Mattice.  Jos. Arnisti-ong's is one of those ready-  made houses, just conipieted and is  tasty in design and most convenient  and up-to-date in arrangement.  On'the next street or road to the  south (and it would seem an advisable  move to have these roads named as  well as the lots) the fruit lots are looking particularly fine and the locality  given a bon ton air liy the beautiful  residence of Geo. B. Clark which is  also one of the semi-ready made kind  and is most beautiful in design with  all the modern comforts. They are  just moving in and getting settled,  Mrs. Clark having arrived from Cariboo last week with .the children and  Mi-. Clark is expected soon. On their  fruit lots there was a fine crop of  peaches this year. Mr. Mattice's lot  and residence also look most homelike. On this street there is likely to  be several fine residences later on.  West of the town none of the new  orchards are old enough to come into  .bearing but they are^. looking very  well. The past summer'has witnessed"  a great deal of improvement on the  lots and excellent progress ingrowth  made by the young trees planted out  last spring, while many new houses  have gone  up on fruit lots.    The pre-  BELIEVES IN PROTECTION  But Thinks Time Not Ripe to Prosecute  - Educational Campaign.  WORSE DRUBBING  THAN  BEFORE.  Vancouver: Sept 21st���������At a business session of the Canadian Manufacturers' association to-day the question  of the body taking direct action at the  present time on the. tariff question was  discussed at length. The drift of the  debate was strongly , in favor ofa protective tariff being maintained, the  speakers varying as to the extent of  protection which should be demanded.  It was stated that action consisted  in reference to a special committee,  without direction, of the resolution  suggesting an educational campaign  being carried on in favor of protection  This action was taken because many  delegates believed it was advisable to  say as little as possible on the matter  until the views of the free trade interests had been placed before the government. It was thought to be unwise to  pay attention to resolutions or discussions of organizations favoring free  trade at-the present time: This afternoon the 'convention enjoyed a trip  about the harbor as guests of the local  committee and this evening were en-  Westminster Lacrosse Te.v.a Make It n  to i The Second and Last Game  tertained at a  hall.    "  smoker in  Dominion  FAREWELL TO PASTOR  sent season is the first that the Price  Princeton Presents Address and Purse to  1 i  Mr. and Mrs. Conn  APPLE TREE IN FRANK RICHTER S ORCHAItD  L. O. L.  Regular monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge J7I4 are held on  the third .Monday in every  'J-SnaaSiSS-^1110'^'! i������ -Fraternity Hull. Visit"  ingbi-cthern arc cordially invited to attend.  JOHN JAMIKSOX, W. M,  F. DOLLKMORE, Sect.  E. A. C. STUDD  IIAKOI.D  JIAl'XK DALV  Mcmbers Vancouver Slock Exchange  Real Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  738 Hastings Street W  Opposite Now .Post Oflice  P. O. BOX !)(K!  Vancouver, - - B. C.  larger branches and others snapping  in two midway along the branch.  Even the wind about which Keremeos  is so often twitted seems to have been  remiss in its duty and failed to shake  off the surplus crop and give the trees  an opportunity to struggle through  with the rest. As it is hundreds  of branches are broken off and  in some cases even the trunk has given  away and split down, leaving fully  half the tree on the ground. The picking and packing of the crop will be a  heavy undertaking.  Of the other old orchards those of  Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Daly, and Messrs.  Barcello and Manery further down the  river have very large crops. Also the  old Webster orchard.  Among the new orchards (those five  years old and under) that of .1.J. Armstrong local manager of the Keremeos  Land Co. was the first visited. It lies  adjoining Richter's orclisird on the  south and comprises ten acres all  planted out and the growth most of  the trees have attained is surprising.  This year some of the apple trees  have come into hearing, but of peaches  he has had a splended crop considerable of which was shipped over into  the Boundary district. His first shipment of peaches tins-year was on the  7th of July and in the hint week of  September he is gathering in the last  of the late Crawfords. Two other ten  acre lots inclosed witli his hi e those of  Geo. Armstrong, of Winnipeg, and  Mr. Reid of Vancouver. Eastward  from   these  along   the   old   Fail-view  estate land has had the benefit of the  big irrigation ditch and the  lots of  Messrs, Cooper, Moody, Dundas, Rev.  A. H.   Cameron,   W.   H.   Cameron,  Knowling,  Brookes,  Brown,   Gibson  Drennan and others plainly show it.  A unique feature of the section west  of the  town this year is Mr. Gibson's  cucumber patch from which we saw in  a root house a car-load  of cucumbers  already picked and ready for shipment  to   pickling   works   on   the   outside,  while on the vines are large quantities  coining  to maturity which will make  several   carloads   more.     Mr.   Gibson  does  not believe  in following  in the  old beaten  paths but ferrets  out new  lines for  himself and  stands to i-eap a  nice harvest before others catch on.  PIONEERS' MEETING  At the annual meeting of the K. R.  ������fc S. O. Pioneer's Society, held in  Greenwood, last Thursday, S. T. Larson was elected president; A. S. Black,  secretary; and .T.-R. Jackson, M. P. P.,  treasurer. The vice-presidents are A.  Megraw, D. A. Oarniichael. H. Me-  graw, .1. W. Nelson, P. T. McCalhun,  John McLaren, J. 11. Bromley and E.  M. Cud worth.  The following were admitted as  members: William Barnet.t, C. .T. Mc-  Art'hur, A. Sater, J. B. Desrosiei-s and  James Marshall.  In the evening a banquet was given  in tile Pacific hotel, at which the members  and  guests  enjoyed   themselves  for three; hours.     The next meeting of  the society will be in Midway.   Green  wood Ledge.  On Friday last Rev. J. Thurburn-  Conn and Mrs. Conu passed through  Hedley on their way to their new  charge at Okanagan Centre, but before going there direct they were going on a brief visit to Spokane. On  the eve of their departure from Princeton they were presented with an address and purse by the congregation  and their friends. Mr. Conn will take  .ch!irgerof4;the:Pr;e3byterian -church in  OkanaganTCentre on Sunday next.  Below is; the address:  i Princeton, Sept. 21st, 1910.  Rev. Mr. Thurburn-Conn  Dear Mr. Conn:���������  Your call to another field of labor  and your consequent early departure  from our midst, has brought to us all  the realization of our loss of a valued  pastor and friend.  You have consequently, often at  much personal discomfort to yourself,  ministered to those remotely situated  as well as to the sick, a number of  whom have been called to their long  home, your duty, as far as this world  is concerned, ending in such cases at  the grave. This splendid work of  yours, continued for the past three  years, has earned you a permanent  place in Our -hearts, and we feel that  we cannot allow you to take your departure without offering to you some  special token of our deep and lasting  regard.  We fully recognize the impossibility  of your burdening yourself with anything designed to add to Mrs. Conn's  confort and your own material comfort, so we ask your acceptance of  this purse, the contents of which, we  trust Mrs. Conn and yourself will expend in such mariner as Nthe necessities of your new home may dictate.  We assure you both that your doing  so for youi.-elves, and on our behalf,  will be a source of gratification to us  here in Princeton, and we trust that  in spite of the many vicissitudes, common to the newer fields, and to which  you both are perhaps not strangers,  that you will be able to recall with  pleasure the. many pleasant days spent  here in Princeton, and the friends���������  real friends���������you have left behind.  In conclusion we, one and all, assure  you both that our earnest prayers  will follow you into your new home,  and that the greater your success, Mr.  Conn, in your high olh'ice, as a Minister of Christ, the more will your  friends here in Princeton rejoice, both  for you personally as well as the noble  cause of winch you are the Apostle  and Preacher.  Signed on behalf of your congregation and friends in Princeton.  M. S. Wilson.  Alex Bell  W.   C.   3IcDougM.ll.  The Nationals of Montreal have  made a more inglorious ending of their  attempt to wrest from Westminster  the honoi of holding the Minto Clip  than the first game would have led  their friends to expect, for thev went  down to defeat by the unmistakeable  score of only one goal tallied to 11  scored by their opponents.  Iu the first match of the series played a week before, the score was 7 to.3  in favor of Westminster which makes  it IS to 4 in Westminster's favor for  the whole series.     On   this   occasion  however, the Nationals were . under  the serious disadvantage of having,to  play without the usually effective assistance of Lalonde who is their star  player but has developed a case of i  blood-poisoning, and another of their  players was also incapacitated. Westminster on their part were not free  from misfortune of the same kind as  one of their best players was out of  the game owing to the sudden death  of his father the day before the match  was to have taken place.  The Nationals were about the fastest team that ha ye yet come west to  have a try for the cup but they seem  to do their fastest work when the  game is going their way and lack the  dogged perseverance when the fight is  an uphill one and that is one of the  strong features of the Westminster  team who do their best when the odds  against them are greatest.  MINERAL vs. FRUIT  Which is to Be British Columbia Greatest  .....: Producer,,   .... -.'.-,-,, ,,-_-  Mr. J. A. McKelvie and Mr. R. H.  Agur of Vernon arrived in Vancouver  yesterday on their way to Pueble to  attend the Irrigation Congress, and  are registered at the Hotel Dunsmuir.  Mr. McKelvie is editor of the Vernon News, and in conversation with  The Province today he had many interesting things to say concerning  Okanagan fruit.  He says that over 500 cars of fruit  have been shipped out of the valley  this season. He estimates that by the  fall of 1911 there will be in the valley  some 1,300,000 trees, the youngest being five years old. The trees begin to  bear fruit at five years.  Estimating only one million trees  and the production at five dollars per  tree this makes the total revenue  some $5,000,000. The product of one  tree at five dollars is very low, as  some trees produce as much as fifteen dollars' worth of fruit in a season. ,  The mineral products of the province," said Mr. McKelvie, are some  $25,000,000, and I think this very soon  wcishall rival with fruit. In addition  to Okanagan both Armstrong and  Enderby are producing large quantities of such vegetables as cabbages  and celery. The quality of the productions has been demonstrated on  many occasions. For five years the  province has held the gold medal of  the Royal Horticultural Society, and  fully two-thirds of the exhibits were  from Okanagan. At Spokane some  two years ago 43 boxes of Okanagan  fruit took 13 first prizes against the  pick of American fruit. It is only a.  matter of time before the "Okanagan  apple" will be as well known as the  California orange.  "A lai-ge shipment of peaches was  sent to Winnipeg as an experiment  recently, and exhibited in the windows  of the T. Eaton Company, and within  an hour the whole lot were sold, and  a wire received asking tor a duplicate  shipment.  When   writing    Advert sers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  The prize list for the Grand Forks  fall fair is to hand and shows a wide  range of prizes for exhibits of various  kinds, and in both fruit and poultry  the list goes particularly strong. The  special prize list in fruit especially  contains some very valuable prizes..  On Wednesday Oct. 5th there will be  horserucing and baseball for a championship cup tube competed for an-.  Dually among teams in the Boundarv THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,    SEP 29,   1910.  /������*>  and  SiniUkameei. Advertiser.  l.i.MiTKli.   at.  Hedlov.  B.C.  j This on Sir Wilfrid's part was  a hap-  . jiy p.lirase  containing as it did  a high  i hopeful note of optimisiii which Prism- j  nod on Thursdays, by the Hkdi.hv Gazk.'iti: ; \(:\- McBride  follows up   and, in doing  I'lMVnNI,' ANlt I'L-lll.lSUlNlM'OMI'A.VV, :  so, elaborates it with a wealth  or  de-  tail that is  almost  startling; but  the  ; arguments upon   which his  optimism  is based   are incontrovertible   and the  j picture of the future  which he-draws  i ���������  | for this province is inspii ing..That the  I fiiture'Femisylvania of Canada should  be located in the Reeky mountain  region of mineral and coal (of which  SO per cent is in British Columbia and  20 per cent in Alberta) is a new and  pleasant theme to contemplate ; yet if  the same causes, are to produce the  same effects surely there is every encouragement to indulge the hope.  Premier McBride's speech should be  read and studied by ''British 'Columbians from one end 'of.the province to  the other and the. study will make us  all better citizens '.of the province,  better Canadians and stronger imperialists.  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year.....'. 1 ���������?-���������"!.  ' ���������" .   " ' (United Stales)......'. '-.-iO  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 1- lines to the inch.  Land Notices -Certificates of improvement, etc.  $7.0(> for lifi-day notices, and S.'i.UO for 30-dny  notices.  Change* for contract advertisements should  bo 111 the otileo by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, SI.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each subsequent, insertion.  Over one inch,  10 cents per line lor first insertion and o  cents per line for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advunce.  Advertisements will be changed once every  mouth if advertiser des'u es, without any extra  charge. l<"or changes oftcner titan once a month  he   price of composition  will be. charged at  regular rates.  A. MEQRAW, ManaKlnjj Aiditor.  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  Full Moon  IS  Lastquar.  ���������25.  New Moon  3  First quar.  11.  1910  SEP  1910  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  H. ZIBLER  4  11  'IS  On  12  19  26  (i  13  20  -5.7  14  21  2S  .1  S  15  22  2!)  9  16  23  30  10  17  24  ���������    PREMIER'S  SPLENDID,   SPEECH  Premier McEride, iii  his. speecli before, the Canadian Manufacturers', As-!  sociation at their banquet' in Vancouver   last   week    demonstrated   again  that 'happy faculty which he possesses'  .of always rising  to  the occasion and  making  the most of all opportunities  offered him for''advancing  the interests of  his   province.      Next    to    the.  House of Commons itself  there is possibly no  public gathering in  Canada  where matters  of high polity  are given   to' the   country   with   the   same  weight as in  the questions of public  import discussed  at the annual  ban-  q   e.t of that organization.    At their  banquets in the east they  have been  addressed by premiers of the Dominion and on more than one occasion by  the  representative  of   the Crown   in  Canada.    It was therefore an occasion  when much   was  expected of British  Columbia's premier and it was a gratifying as  well  as fortunate  moment  for us all  when the people of this province were given   yet another opportunity of  seeing  how  splendidly   the  man  of their   choice   discharged   the.  duty in   their   behalf, of representing  the .province    in   the  fitting   manner  which   he. did.    Even  British   Columbians who thought they knew Premier McBride wen- not a little surprised  with the effort   showing as it did   the  deep knowledge he possessed   of  the  province   with   its resouices and possibilities, and better still   was the  opportunity  he gave   them  of  realizing  that his optimism  for British Columbia's future   was in no-wise provincial  or   sectional    in    its   character      but  sounded   tlie higher note of  true Can-  ndianisin.     He seemed   to realize   that  lie whs ,-���������,(.,    ,iily  representing   his province and showing what part   it   was  able L.i contribute   to tin.'sum of Can-  ,-nlaV greatness   but that he  was also  in a sense   acting  as   host,   to  distinguished visitors   from   the eastern provinces, and   that he succeeded   in   (lis  eliaiging that duty   with consummate  skill  was p'ainly shown by the enthusiasm   with   which   they received   his  address    and   reciprocated    his   high  aims lor a   united   prosperous   Canada  true in her   allegiance   to   the   British  crown.  Not the least important, either, was  1ti." lesson which his speech should  lu ing home to the people of this   pro-  Moro exoort thinking  has gone into-the making  of the Monarch than any  typewriter sold. That is  why. it demands little or  110 thought from the owner or the user. That is  why it is the typewriter  your best stenographer  deserves and your poorest  stenographer needs.  The Monarch Typewriter  ', Ltd.  98 King Street West, Toronto.  A. MEG RAW, local Agent  PL JOINT ACCOUNT  may  be   opened   by.  two   members  of a  family.  Either may,', deposit or .''withdraw nibney on his or  her own signature alone, so that either may do the banking, as is most convenient.  $1.00 opens a Sayings Account. Interest compouded  at highest current rates. Money,may be withdrawn at  any time.  Hedley  Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Repairs  neatly and  Promptly  Executed  Water Notice  WE HAVE A\OINEY  to invest in any sound proposition.  Timber, Coal or  /\grict4ltur4al Lands  Make a clear sketch and wiite fully in your firs������t letter if you  want a definite answer.  V/l/esste^rr. Canada Investment Co.  Suite -4-5 Flack. St  Vancouver, EJ. C  ���������  Charges Moderate  Shop on Irene St.  The London Directory  (Published,Annually)  Enables traders throughout the world  'to coin'niuhicate direct  with English  MANUFACTURERS &' DEALERS,  in each class of goods. Besides being  a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the directory contains lists of  EXPORT MERCHANTS -.-.-.  with the Goods they ship, and the  Colonial and Foreign Markets they  supply; ������������������'������������������'  STEAMSHIP^ LINES  arranged   under the  Ports  to  which  they sail,  and indicating the approximate Sailings;  PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES  of leading .manufacturers, merchants,  etc., in the principal provincial towns  and industrial centres of the United  Kingdom.  A copy of the current addition will  be forwarded , freight paid, on receipt  of Postal Order for 20s.  Dealers seeking Agencies can adver-  their trade cards for ������1, or larger advertisements from ������3.  .^vOTtCE is hcicbvgnen tlmt an application  J> v ill be made undei Bait V o������ the "Watei  Act. I'M1)" to obtain a licence 111 the Sunilka-  nieen I)i\ lsion of. Vale Distnct.  (a) The niunc. addicss ,uid occupation of the  'applicant, E. LStc\es, Hock Creek, contiac-  toi.  (b) The name of the lake, stic.nu oisomie  (if unnamed, the description is) Lost Hoisc  Clock. Kettle Hn 01. ,  (c) The point of diversion about 30 chains  from the confluence ot host Hor^o Creek v ith  the Ivottlo Unci.  (d) The quantity of watei applied for (in  cubic feet pci second) i cubic foot.  (e) The; character of the proposed works,  dam and ditch.  (f) The premises on .wliich the water is to be  used (describe same) Lob'lOTSIs containing 120  acres..;..;-...:.... 1;..._.. ._������������������     -.-, ������������������.,!'."'..'-'.','. j'.'.'.,...    ,'.'.  (g) The purposes for which the water is to  be used Domestic and Agricultural.���������-.  (h) If for irrigation describe tlie land intended to be irrigated, giving acreage 120 acres.  , (j)   Area of Crown land intended to bo occupied bj-the proposed works���������none.  (k) This notice was posted on the Kith day  of Aug, 11110 and application will be'made to  the Commissioner on the Kith day of Sept.. 1910.  (1) Give the names and addresses of any  riparian proprietors or licensees who or whoso  lands are likely to be effected by the proposed  works, cither above or below the outlet:  K. L. STEVES  33-4 Hock Creek, B. G.  }(i.p[ai)tei-Vo^  ���������NOTICE  SIMILKAMEENT LAND DISTRICT.  Distiuct oil*.Yale.  rpAICE notice that.E. ��������� steves. of Rock  x Creek, District of Yale, -B. C. intends to  apply for.permission to purchase the following  described land:���������!        r  Commencing at a post, planted at the east  side of the Ivehtlc River opposite the north east  corner of Lot 3132, marked. "E. L. Steves, north  east corner post": thence 29 chains; cast; thence  BO chains south; thence 31 chains, more or less,  west to river boundary; containing 120 acres,  more or less,  E.L.STEVES  Rock Creek. B. C. Aug. 2.5th. 1010 34-10  NOTICE  SI-TILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  Distiuct ok Yale.  The London Directory 60. Ltd.  2,">, Abchurch    I m;i .  1 c.i <!c r. If. C.  iu the great ideal which he  in this and succeeding gener-  i -t.-.-ive for. Sir Wilfrid Lau-  s aid that llic present century  is to be Canada's century as the past  had   belonged   to   the  United  States.  vinee  .",  held oni  a.tions 1:  rier ha-;  Thu New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK.  Vol. VII r. issued Mny, UIOSJ, contains 1/iOO  pages, with nearly ;V) per cent, more matter  than the preceding edition. The chapters  with mine descriptions and on statistics  have been carefully revised and the bulk of  the matter therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 2-r> chapter.  COVERING: Copper History, Geology.  Geography. Chemistry, Mineralogy, 'Alining.  Milling, I.caching. .Smelting. Rellning, Brands,  Crades. Impurities. Alloys. Cses. .Substitutes.  Terminology. Deposits by Districts, States,  Countries and Continents, Mines in Detail,  Statistics of I'roil action. Consumption. Ini-  pni-ts. Exports. Finances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is concedediy the  WORLD'S STANDARD REFERENCE  ROOK W COPPER.  The Copper Handbook contains, in this new  and greatly enlarged edition, about aO polecat, more matter than the Bible���������though  not necessarily a bettor book because of its  greater bulk. It is Idled with EACTK of vital  importance to  THE INVESTOR  THE SP10ft;...ATOR  THE METAbhCUCM.ST  THE CONSUMER  THE  MIXER  PRICE: S'i.HO in buckram with gilt top, or  ���������Si.;'!1) in full library morocco.  TERMS: The most, liberal. Send no money,  but order the book sent, you. all carriage charges  prepaid, onono week's approval, to lie returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you all'ord not l.o see the book and judge for  yourself of its value to you /  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE |. STEVENS  KHELDKX   BUIl/DINO.  HOUGHTON.  MICH., U. 8. A. lo  TTAKE notice that E. K. Burr, agent for W.  x   A. Burr, of Hedley, occupation blacksmith,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lauds--  Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of Lot No. 303; thence south 40  chains; thence west 20 chains; thence north 40  chains: thence east 20 chains to point of commencement, containing SO acres more or less.  WILLIAM ASA BURR  per Edgar Elmer Burr.  June 30th, 1010 2li-10  The Victor and Berliner Gramophones  Stand Alone  With a Victor or Berliner Gramophone you will have    ^  the world's best music, interpreted by the world's  greatest artists, always at your command. ^  Sold on easy payments if desired.  Montreal.  Agents Wanted Everywhere.  109  WmmsSSSS  For Sale by  LOUISC.  ROLLS  &  CO.  HedleyB.C.  NoJProlg-lnt - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  DYKE, EVANS <& CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver.  TENDERS WANTED  THE Daly  Reduction  Co. Ltd.  will  receive  ,,   bids up to ()ctobl;r 1st for the supplying of I ie������H*.*���������������W������������M^**^!l������0^^  I.'tons ol l'otatocs, I ton ul Cabbage. KWU lbs of   ������a '  Turnips. 1.00 lbs of Parsnips, laid lbs of Carrot.-  1 ton of Onions. 31)11 His of Rod Cabbage, 700 lb-;  of Hoet*i, I'll) Boxes of Apples.  All to be good, lirst class   winter stock anc to  be delivered at the foot of the tramway.  NOTICE  Water-users are requested lo exercise all  possible care to prevent waste of Water at  their taps. Carelessness in this matter may be  the means of depriving the hospital of a continuous supply.  Tin: Si.mii.kamkr.": Watkuwoiucs Co, Ltd.  per ti. I\ Jones.  ANALYSIS OF WATER  X  X    ,*  '-"���������-���������������������������--J' ������������������������������������L.J..;!' "."���������     ���������' _H!..J.L.J.IiJi...-i!   Jt  '! X  i] Has recently   been  tliroiightly   renovated   0<g  ������**,  (^i^JBuiri,  County Court of Yale  SITTINGS of the County Court of Vale will  la- held  as fellows, viz :   At Fraternity  ' Hall, Hadlcy, on  Thursday    13th day  of October l!)in ; niid at the ('ourt House, Princeton,  Sat'd'y lath day of October. 1010,  at the hour of  eleven o-;lock in the forenoon of each day.  l',v Command  HUGH HUNTER  30-td Registrar County Court  (Mil  gj. (Jlilorini!   X Kiilplinric Acid   3������ Silica   j^ Lime   X Alkalies a.s Soda   af Mno-nesia   ^ Lithia   |S Sulpliurcttt'd Hydrngcm ..  X -!���������������������������������??=���������  K  x William Boyd, Proprietor  I and  re-furnislicd. and is now the greatest,  S.l-l :i liciilth resort, upon the continent.     Natural  MOo.-lb' | hot, water in Viaths. l_t degrees of heat.   A  7-1 .i)U I! course of baths at  Halcyon  will cure iier-  X  X  Si  X  %  X  8-1.57 |^ vous and muscular diseases and eliminate   St  "���������, ()1 h rhuematism and mctalic poisons from  the  232.00  .80  32.00  i systrm.     The water heals liver,   kidney.  id siomach complaints.   The rates are������2   X  a clay up; or ������12 weekly up.     Posloilieo, express and telegraph odice.s in connection.  St  X  X  Halcyon, B. C. ������  x  X  When a- iwhuint,   adh.   blesak  mention this paper.  THE   RIVERSIDE    NURSERIES  GRAND FORKS, B. C.    Comprising 100 Acres  Largest irrowcrs of Nursery Stock in British Columbia.    All stock wintered in our collars and no damger of buring winter killed trees.  Buy British Columbia grown trees for British Columbia Orchards. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,  SEP 29. , 1910.  Tows, and Distrfct.  Mrs. Melvinnon was quite ill at the  beginning- of the week hut is now improving.  The first issue of the Phoenix Pioneer to issue since the disastrous lire  of a little more than a month ago  came to band tliis week.  A number of laborers went up on  Saturday's (rain to change! a piece of  road in the vicinity of Granite Creek  that they want to have finished before  winter.  Another business change in town  -took place last week when D, J. Tunis  bought out and took over the livery  business of W. F. Revely Jincl is now  running both barns.  Maurice Daly came out of the hospital on Monday and was able to get  around town on crutches. Thus he.  has been able to dispense with the services of the hospital staff until the  nexc time.  Start right, continue right and finish  right and you will be all right. That's  what an Estimo cigar does, because it  is clear havana and good all through.  . .Rolls of Hedley has them. ��������� ������  Boundary papers state that the Midway fair which was to have been held  on Oct. 0th and 7th has been called off  and its promoters are throwing in  their lot with the Grand Forks fair on  the 4th and 5th.  , The Greenwood Times in its news  items ol ten years ago has the following:���������''Father Pat performed the marriage service at Fairview of Miss -Irene  Haynes, daughter of the late Judge  Haynes, to Richard H. Parkinson, C.E.  Dr. Jackson, dentist," returned frdnV  Princeton on Monday and,has,been  finishing up some work in.Hediey. He  -expects to go to Keremeos to-day and  will be there for a few:days..       .    "  ' Mr. C D. Fraser, of New York, secretary of the. Hedley Gold Mining CoM  lias made speedy recovery from the  attack fo pleuro-pneumonia Of which'  mention was made last week. He had  the almost constant attention of Dr  McEwen and Nurse Fraser of the hospital staff and this week.- has .been  able to get up.  Mr. J. T. Pollock, school inspector,  visited Hedley .school last .week, and;  inspected the school on Saturday. He  had come down on-theafternoon train  from Princeton on Friday too late to  make his inspection that day and had  the pupils go back on Saturday forenoon. He was well satisfied with the  discipline of the school and the progress being made.     .  Road foreman Harry Rose evidently  wants to make a record in lowering  the cost of making the big cut on the  road to the station. He is adopting  the tunnelling and caving system arid  has a couple of cars to haul out. the  dirt, and is rigging a windlass arrangement to haul up the empty cars. Looking down Scott avenue the cut looks  like the portal of Jim Hill's Cascade  tunnel.  Bob Hamill, who was in charge of  the central station of the gravity  tram was brought down to the hospital on Sunday as the result of an accident which occured when he went  down into the well to readjust the  suction pipe owing, to the slackening  water supplv. A ladder which had  been fastened to out' side of the well  had come loose' and in the period of  high water had risen nearer the surface but when the water receeded had  become fastened across the shaft, in  loosening the ladder it fell past him  and a couple of spikes in it tore two  flesh wounds on his chest.  O. H. Carle brought upon Saturday  the last of the peaches for this season.  The peach crop at Keremeos this year  has been quite a feature of ( the fruit  shipments of the season. On Saturday last, also, J. J. Armstrong made,  the last peach shipment for the season'  from his own and other fruit lots uri"-'  his charge. The ,last were some,  Crawfords. It was on July 7thf'  lie made the first shipment and they  continued pretty regularly from that  until the 24th of.September, which enabled-fruitarian epicures to indulge  their fancy for two whole months.  Accompanying Miv Nelson on the  trip were V. Kistner, of .Grand Forks,  travelling passenger and freight agent  for the Great Northern railway and  W. B. Heath, of Spokane, travelling  freight and, passenger jagent for the  Burlington lines. On their way- to  Nelson the party stayed off at Oroville  and were very interested in watching  the-.Indians spearing salmon on the  Similkameen river. A spear some 20  feet in length is employed and the Indian rides into the river on a cayuse  and stabs the fish. They were catching  salmon to dry for winter consumption  arid had.'succeeded in landing a wagon  load of-large fish. Mr. Nelson was  successful in. spearing a salmon which  weighed 45 pounds.  -',.'   _~���������'���������        *'  '  BIRTHDAY   PARTY *  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP HEDELY  WATCH IT GROW  dei-  late  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  A.- Clark. Attains-. Three  , and-Ten.  Score \Years  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPAPY, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager - HEDLEY, B.C.  WATER ACT 1909  The big smokestack at the Hedley  Gold Mining Co.'s power-house-was  placed in position on Monday on its  foundatian of masonry, and is now  ready to carry off the combustion products of all three new boilers. With  the three boilers formerly in use there  is now a battery of six large boilers  and these should be able to manufacture enough fog to keep things humming whether it rains, snows, freezes  or roasts.  The home of Mr. and Mrs. ���������__. A.  Clark, of Green Mountain, was the  scene of.a very^happy family re-union,  Sunday Sept; 25th being the occasion  of Mr. Clark's 70th birthday. : The  house was beautifully decorated with  flowers and autumn leaves with that  care and taste for which Mrs. Clark is  'fatuous.^ _���������  - -:  The guests were Mr; and Mrs. W. J.  Forbes, of Hedley, and Mr. and Mrs.  D. J. Innis, of Keremeos, and Mr. arid  Mrs. Gerald Clark of Allan Grove, and  the three grand children.  The; happy group sat down to the  excellent turkey dinner which Mrs.  Clark is such an adept at preparing  and the afternoon was spent in pleas-,  ant reminiscences of days gone by.  . Mr. Clark was the recipent of a  number of presents, consisting of a  morris chair, a gold watch chain and  several small tokens from the grandchildren. Though he has passed the  alloted span of three score and ten he  is still hale and hearty and shows  every indication of  joy many more happy birthdays.  T5Y direction of the Hoard of Investigation  *-* notice'is hereby given that the Board  will proceed to adjudicate upon claims to water  on the followinf streams and tributaries thereto in the Similkameen and Osoyoos Water Districts, under authority of Part three of the  Water Act, 1909.  Pine Creek  Spring.on Pre-emption No. _98(J  Sjjring on Ecks Pre-emption  Shoot Creek  Ellis or Nanisheon Creek ''"���������'���������  .lames Creek  "Penticton Creek ,   ���������  , Spring on Pre-emption No.'25.51  Camion Lake T  ! Second Greek  Cedar Crock  Little Penticton Creek  '-   Sh'ccp'Crcek  '   -I Mile Creek, south on Dog Lake  4 Mile Creek on East side Okanagan Lake  Five-Mile Creek  Johnson Greek  'Springon Preemption No. 4507  Spring near Pre-emption near 1-Milc Creek  Spring near 1st creek near Pre-emption 138s  Spring on Sub-lot 19, L. 2711  Alder Creek  Maple Creek   '  Creek 3 miles south on Dog Lake  McLean creek  Lake near Kclowna���������Penticton trail  Spring, Penticton  Stewards Dam  Creek Lot 28U  ,7 Mile'creek, (Lots 210 and aw)  Camp. Old Camp, 9-mile or Arawana creek  Creek on Lot 211  Spring near south cast corner of Lot 5S7  South branch of Ellis Creek  Spring, Lot 2551  Meeting for the purpose of adjudication will  be held at Pencicton on or-about October 20th,  1910; Okaiiagan Falls on or about October 25th,  1910', and Naramata on or about October 28th;  1910. '.',���������' '-  W.S. DREWRY. ���������:.-;  Chief Water. Commissioner  Lands Department, (Water Branch)  Victoria, July.loth, 1910 -.12--'-;  K x  I  *  X.  X  X'  n  I  I  X  *���������  X  GOOD PRINTING  Such as You should use when you want  to make an impression  on  customers.  Is OnlyObtained  By using modern type faces on good stock  The  Gazette  Job  Department  is prepared to turn it out for you  x  x  X  X.  K  *_  X  X  k  at  Patronize the Home Shop  You Want Home Trade.  being able to en-  NEW  ZEALAND  I |  I     TOIIiET SETS    I  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Sept 24, 1910:  In the golf foursomes on Saturday  Hettrick and Mrs. Rotherham. beat  Mattinson and Miss Jackson, score  with handicaps deducted, 89 to 40;  Hincks and Mrs. Jones beat Rolls and  Miss Bond 40 to 10; Williams and Miss  McLean beat French and Mrs. Jamie-  son 37 to -IS. There were several single matches played during the week  and this week the chief interest centres in a tournament of mixed foursomes for which partners have been  drawn.  A Good Position.���������Can be had by  ambitious young men and ladies in the  field of "Wireless" or Railway telegraphy. Since, the S hour law became  effective, and since the wireless companies     are      establishing     stations  is  a  Sep  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  AT THE MINE.  Maximum  70  72  78  00  03  51  ..    ���������     43        .  Minimum  4.0  39  42  44  40  37  25  throughout the country there  great shortage of telegraphers. Positions pay beginners from $70 to $90  per month, with good chance of advancement. The National Telegraph  Institutes operates six official institutes in America, under supervision of  R. R. and Wireless Officials and places  all graduates into positions. It will  pay you to write to them for full details at Davenport, Iowa; Cincinnati,  Ohio; Portland, Ore; or Memphis,  Tenn.  Average maximum temperature 02.57  Average minimum do        38.14  Mean temperature 50.35  Rainfall for the week   0.     inches.  Snowfall       "       " .0  COKKKSPO.VMXO WEEK OK LAST VEAU  Highest maximum temperature .���������  Average maximum do ���������.  Lowest minimum do ���������.  Average minimum do ���������.  Mean do  AT THE MILL.  Maximum       Minimum  Sep IS .. 79 ;. 45  19 .. SO ,. 51  20 .. SO .. 51  21 .. 84 .. 54  22 .. 70     "   .. 42  23 .. 70 .. 47  24 .. 00 .. 31  Average maximum temperature 70.42  Average minimum          do 40.71  Mean                                   do 01.50  Rainfall for the week .0      inches  CORKESPOND1NG  WKKK OK LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature SO  Average do do 0S,42  Lowest minimum do 30  Average do do 42.  Mean do 55.21  Everything 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.  I  X  X  f.  K  i  I  X  H  x  *  x  *  X  K  x  Now is the Time to Buy a Toilet set.  J. A. SCHUBERT  has in a large consignment and is selling very  cheap to reduce his stock  Gall in and price them  J. A. SCHUBERT, hedley.  s  I  X  X  X  K  i  I  X  K  x  X  X  X.  x  k^k^i������������^^^^J������^^^k^^5������^^k^a4^v<Sttt^5^^^^^^^^^^04^^Ji ari������ari������a������3������a������TO  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  PflLfl6������  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  1IKDLEY   II. C.  IT A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    1f Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to. "  R. H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  Vernon, B. C  0-ffiGe of Dominion Express Gompanij.  W O O D   P O R   S A L E !  P'hon   il.       JNN1S  BROS.PioiH-iutois.  ���������  tOh! You Winter:  ���������  ���������  ���������  "We are ready for you with a Good Supply of Cold weather Goods for Men,  :     :     :    Women and Children.     :    :    :  This week we are showing a big variety of nice warm  woolen goods for tho little ones and we want every mother  to come in and see them.  County Court of Yale  A SITTING of tho County Court of Yale will  ���������**      bo holclcn at tho Court House, Keremeos  Centre, on Tuesday the llth clay of October,  1910, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon.  By order  J.AS K. BROWN  Kcgi.strar C. C. of Yale.  ���������  Wool Buggy Rugs, Ruffs, Caps, Toques, Frocks,  Jackets, Overalls, Gaiters, Mitts, Gloves  Shawls, Hose Etc. Just Opened Up  ���������  ���������  fShatfords, Ltd.!  <& 7 0  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THE   GAZETTE! THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE,    SEP   29,   1910.  , the Centre of Lower Similkameen-��������� Famed for Fruit Growing  Town* and Lower ValJey,  George Kit-by left on .Monday on a  trip to the coast.  .1. It. Shaw was a business visitor up  0,the valley on Tuesday.  Dune: Campbell took a party of land  seekers up theAshnola on YVediiesdny  Kiit-ire stock must-be sold at Shaw's  sale. .''.'.  Mrs. E.'M. Crooker returned home  on Tuesday after a visit to friends at  S'umniei-laud.'  Cattle, men from the lower valley  are branding calves on the ranges  above Princeton.  For Sale���������A number of choice young  pigs. Apply to Win. Mnnery of the  lower valley.,  R. W. Grigor, of Rossland, who has  been assisting in the customs office  here returned home on'Tuesday.  Thus. Roeidliou.se was driving Wel-  by's stage-- for a few days, last week  during Jack Mackenzie's absence.  Boots and shoes���������20 per cent oif at  Shaw's sale.  We are pleased to learn that Maurice Daly's foot is improving rapidly  and that he is able to be out and a-  round.  Dave Innis has purchased, Fred  Reveley's livery business at Hedley.  He will soon have a, monopoly ot the  Similkameen.  Every article sold at wholesale  prices at Shaw's sale.  Victor Roscoe, of Vancouver was in  town last week looking over the property on the bench purchased by Mrs.  Roscoe about a year ago.  J. H. Kennedy made a trip up the  valley last week. He does not speak  very hopefully of the progress of con-  work on the V.V. &, E.  Keremeos is to have another butcher shop. Wouldn't that jar you?  Opposition is'sometimes the "life of  trade" but  often it is   something else.  Great opportunity for consumers.  .1. R. Shaw, moving to Alberta, offers  his entire stock of merchandise at  greatly reduced prices. Sale opens  Saturday Oct. 1st at S o'clock a, m.  Dry goods and men's furnishings,  25 per cent off at Shaw's sale.  Our readers should note the announcements of J. R. Shaw found on this  page. Mr. Shaw has completed arrangements for moving to the prairie  and will sell his goods at wholesale  prices in order to save the trouble'and  expense of shipping east.  Groceries 20 per cent oft' at Shaw's  sale.  Mrs. Geo. Clarke and Benny returned home last Thursday after spending  the .summer in Barkerville. Mr. Clarke  will follow a little later driving clown  in company with Mr. Fargo of that  place who owns several three acre lots  here which are being cleared and plowed ready for planting next spring.  A note from Joe Marsel states that  he shot a black hear near his haystack  recently. He does not say whether  the bruin was reduced to eating dry  grass or was imrely looking for a cosy  spot in which to spend the coming  winter which wiseacres all say is to he  un exceptionally cold one.  Robin Hood flour���������sale price $3.S0  per 100 lbs.; Seal of Alberta $3.80 per  100 lbs.; Radium $3-70 per 100; Keystone $3.00 per 100 at Shaw's .vale.  Rev. Mr. Kinney was in Piinccton  froiu Friday to Monday and arranged  to hold service there once a month.  Rev. Mr. Conn who has been occupying the field left on Friday with Mrs.  Conn for a, week's visit at Spokane  after which Mr. Conn will take charge  of the .Presbyterian mission at Okanagan Centre. Rev. Mr. Kinney held  his first service at Princeton on Sunday with a good congregation.  Our friends from across the line, appear to show a preference for gel ting  married on Canadian territory. Last  week Mr. Cameron was twice (tailed  upon to tie the marital knot by couples  from our neighboring state. On Thursday 22nd, at the Presbyterian church  Mr. Thomas Haggath. of Tonasket.  was united to Anny Thur/.a Davis, a.  young lady recently out from London,  Eng., while on Friday 23rd at the  Keremeos Hotel Brainard Davis Ed-  gerton, of Molson. was hitched up  with Neila Steiuer. Both parties made  the unnecessary drive around by Fair-  view not knowing that licenses could  be procured in Keremeos.  Furniture, beds, springs, mattresses  ���������25 per cent oft at Shaw's sale.  An important poultry, deal was  nearly consummated, one day this  week between a rancher living near  Kerenieos and a. prominent business  man in Olalla.' W. H. C. will gladly  furnish all particulars to anyone interested. Q  ���������\V. M. Frith and his friend Dr. .las.  Drake, of Spokane, returned on Sunday from an outing in the hills along  the International boundary line between the south and west branches of  the Ashnola,. In order that they might  hunt together without either violating  the game laws it was pre-arranged  that W. M. was to collect duty from  the game on the north side of the line  and the Dr. was to operate on any  found on Uncle Sam's side. Both gentlemen report having encountered  ideal weather and a most enjoyable  time among the high rJmgcs at the  source of the Ashnola, but everlooked  mentioning the game secured.  Provincial Fruit Inspector Cunningham was in town the latter part of  last week and the first of this. In  company with J. J. Armstrong he  visited all the orchards in and around  town and unsolicited paid the valley a  high compliment by saying that the  fruit trees here ate absolutely free  from pests and 'more true to variety  than in any district he had visited. He  states that it is the intention of the  department to establish fruit inspectors at different ports of entry for  American fruit into Canada and asked for recommendations for a suitable  man at this point. The object is to  see that no diseased fruit is permitted  to cross the line and that shippers  conform in other respects to the requirements of our laws.  INSPECTION OF LICENCES  Former Chief of Provincial Police Takes  Over His New Post at Victoria  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  COXVKYANCING, CUSTOMS HKOKEKAGE,  i?UlK INSURANCE ;  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE KEREMEOS, B.C.  P. BROMLEY,  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  Horse-Shoeing a Specialty  KEREMEOS,. '-������������������        -  I  B. C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  """"^^"^^^PE^^t^^^W^^^^t  KEREnEOS  MEAT   MARKET  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  Is sold on its -merits only.  Some dealers sell inferior flour claming it as good as  Five Roses. The reason why they do this is because they receive scheme presents, prizes, etc.  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  Is used by first-class families and ...housekeepers who  do not care for premiums but prefer quality.  '-  ���������    ' ;  C.  And  to go   with the Bread it makes we have nice  fresh creamery butter, 3 lbs for $1.00  t  FRANK RICHTER & CO.  KEREMEOS, - - B; Cv  When in Keremeos stop at the  Victoria, Sept. 20.���������Mr. Colin S.  Campbell, formerly chief of provincial  police with Vancouver headquarters,  has arrived in Victoria, to enter upon  his duties as inspector of licenced  premises under the new liquor law,  with which office is merged the inspectorship of provincial police, vacated by  the appointment of Mr. J.O. McMullin  as government agent at Prince Rupert.  Mr. Campbell will immediately proceed with an inspection of all licensed  premises throughout both the island  and mainland, it being the intention  of the department to see that the  licensees live up to ��������� the full requirements of the law in respect to the extent and quality of accommodation  offered the travelling public, as well  as with regard to the restrictions of  sale.  Okanagan College  Summerland, B. C.  Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  E. M. CROOKER  J������StilJ������JlJtSlS������J������ilJlJli������lS������������^^S������S������SlJ������Jl0<������������Jl  ���������*_���������'  K  _c  i  i  K  *  f  I  x  X  X  *_  x  _?  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  ff  ���������  I  i  I.  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains  B. G. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  ^*Wtoyfr*Wfoy&r4Wfa**ytx&  40 Great Years  And 1909 Best of All  AVith over Eight Millions of new  Canada  business  written  alone in 1909.  Began business in 1870 with assets $0,216, and.now".the assets  are over $14,000,000.  Canada's Big Popular Company  Chosen alike by rich and poor.  William J. Twiss  A1ANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. riEQRAW, Local Agent.  WM. DALRYMPLE  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  Courses for 1910-11  Preparatory; High School; two years  University: Business including Typewriting and Stenography, Piano and  Vocal.  Separate Residences for young men  and young women. Well equipped  gymnasium.  Fall Term opens Sept. 21st.  For Calendar and further particulars  address the Principal.  EVERETT W. SAWYER.  Your Patronage Solicited.   Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  12t  ���������*���������  @-  ���������@  ������  ������  ������  @  @  #  .������  ������  @  @  @  ������.  ������  ������  _&  FIGUREOUT  What a few Acre of Keremeos Fruit Lands  will be worth in a few years when  the trees are in bearing  Can you do better with your savings by  sending them outside to invest in some speculative scheme, more or less hazardous/than by investing them at home in something that is as  safe as "the bank and at the same time offers such  big returns on the capital invested.  RI37VYIBMei3R  We  offer no land but what has  the  water al-  ���������:������������������....���������     ready on it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $i75> 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Co., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  _3_3_3J_3J '"'  ������  PLUMBING  WARM AIR  HEATING  Try  v\\\\\\\\V\S.  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   invigorating.  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  REAL KSTATK MINKS  Agent for:  London & Lancashire  Fire Tns. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  Kjsrkmkos, B. ('.  AND  Kcrcmcos-Pcnticton Mail Stasre.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. in., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  W. E. Welbv. Proprietor.  LAND NOTICE  SIMILIvAMKKX LA XII DISTRICT  Distiuct ok Yai.k  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Kkuemhos, B.C.  T'-AKI'' .VOTICK that .Tolin P.   MuCuarty. of  ���������*���������        I'Viirvicw, occupiition Piit-inur, intends to  apply for permission to ptircliase the following  described liuids:���������  (Jonmioncinff ut ii post planted 20 chains  south of the S. K. (Joi-ner of Lot (Itii); thence  wcstSO eliniiiK, tlienci! smith ���������_'(> chains; thence  cast SO chains; thenco north 20 chains to point,  of commencement. Containing KiO acres.  .JOHN J:'. McCUDDY  Auyiisb.'JOth, l!)10.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE    GAZETTE  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  Orders  by Mail  will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  Keremeos  Trading Company  Have a good lino of Groceries, Flour,  Tobacco, Clothing, Boods a.._ Shoes,  Etc., which they invite yon to call and  see before buying elsewhere.  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS  To H. b\ Cleland or to any pet-sou or persons  to whom he may have transferred his interest  in the Dolphin and Spain- Fraction mineral  claims situate at Olalla on Keremeos Crock in  the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale District.  You arc hereby notified that f have expended  two hundred and live dollars in labor and improvements on the above mentioned claims in  order to hold the said claims under the provisions of the Mineral Act, the said labor being  done for the year ending 17th of August, 1010,  and if within !������l days from the date of this notice, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditures together with all  costs of ad vertising. your interest in said mineral claims will be the property of tho undei'Mgn-  ed under .Section I of "Mineral Act, Amendment  Act HHI0.  Dated this 'Jatli day of August, l.OIO.  3-11 ���������   (.'. \V. .Jordan.  Prices, reasonable  G.   G.   KEEI  Keremeos, B. C.  TOMMY SING  Contracts for Work  by  Land scrubbed or any kind of worl  contr.-ic't nt reasonable rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold chea].>, imported direct from China.  KXAMIXATIOX     FOR    IXSPIC0T0U     OF  STKaM BOILKUS AXD MAI :I11X ICItY  Examinations for the position of Inspector of Steam Hoilersand Machinery, under the  ".Steam Hoilers Inspection Act, lt'01," will behold at the Parliament Buildings. Victoria  commencing November 7th, 1(it0. Application  and instruction forms can bo had on application to the undorsignedjo whom the former  must lie returned correctly filled in not later  than" October _!th. 1010. Salary .<JlH0.no per  mouth increasing atthe rateof .'J/i.OO per month  each year lo a maxim um of SI SO. 00.  .1 OILS'  PICOIC  C'hief rnsiiector of Machinery,  Xew Westminster, 1!. ('  I  I


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