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Array AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Volume VI.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1910.  Number 35.,  DtvC. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practice iri Vancouver.]      -  S. 0. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,       -      -      B. C.  K. C. BROWN  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC, Kxc.  PRINCETON,  B.C.  JflS. 6LARKE  Watchmaker  HEDLEY.B.C.  Clocks and Watches for -Sale.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Travel.'���������*���������''  Rates Moderate.  A. Barnes, Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer, Real -Estate, Mines,  Crown   Grants   Applied   For  Under Land Act and  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  Mutual Life of Canada.   _  Hudson Bay Insurance Co.  Columbia, Fire 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  Hotel  HEDLEY, B.C.  dation.   Bar Stocked v  Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  I! Best Brands of Liquor and Cigars.  HEDLEY BARBER SHOP  I Two Doors North of Bank of B. N. A.  HAIR   CUTTING   A   SPECIALTY  Razors Honed.  Hot and Cold Baths iji Connection  W. T. BUTLER.  w.  H. T.  GAHAN  ^  Barrister,  Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  *   Muarc  Block  PENTICTON,.  -      -      B. C.  'S  GREAT MINE  Comprehensive and Accurate  Write,:up of the Nickel Plate  Mine and Works  LABOR DAY  STATEMENTS ILL WITHIN FACTS  SPORTS  A Good Turnout and Favor  able Weather Contributed to Make tlie Success it Was.  Mine and Works Both Dealt With By  Competent Writer ��������� Improvements  Under Way are Also Noted  (Mining and Scientific Press)  Among the gold minus of Canada  tho Nickol Pin to was one of the most  successful. It belongs to and is operated by the Hedloy Gold Mining Co.,  and is situated on Nickol Plate mountain, in tho Osoyoos division of the  Yale mining district, British Columbia. The company's mill, power house  aud office buildings are at Hedley,  situated on the Similkameen river;  the mine is 3-V miles cast of Hedley,  and nearly 4000 ft. higher. The Great  Northern Railway Co. is extending its  line rfrom>,0i'pyille, Washington,, to  Vancouver, B. C, arid "affords train  service " up the Sltiiilkariieeri".'va-Hey  through Nighthawk, Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton, the last named being] tlie present terminus. The.Simil-  kameeri, justflarge enough to be called  a river; heads iii the Hope mountains  and-flbws .;' in to the Okanagan at Oroville.^ The valley is.narrow, lait has a  productive soil;  as is evidenced by the  tendent. Tlie credit for opening and  developing the mine under difficult  conditions, and the installation of excellent equipment, 'undoubtedly belongs to Mr'..Rodgers'arid" Mr. Jones.  During the first few years of development machinery and supplies were  ha tiled in to Nickel Plate mountain from  Penticton,4flmiles away oil Lake Okanagan. After the. Great Noithein had  completed its railroad to Oroville,  freight was hauled from that place up  the Similkameen valley. Three years  ago the railroad was finished to Roruf-  meos, and only within the last year  lias train service been established to  ���������Hedley and Princeton.  "The ore, body,  consisting of a gold  I)earing silicate of lime,   has a thickness of 10 to 80 feet; has ,*'i dip approximately 23 degrees, between a hanging  wall and foot wall of andosite. The neuiey was in Holiday attire on  gangue, made up of epidote. gai m-t i AJ.������nd;iy to celebrate Labor Day. On  and c-aleite, contain-* gold in free Male-j i*,*s ���������(.(.,.IS-I)M Lll(, townspeople took up  and also in association with arsenn-1 ,i,e ,���������atter of decoration with a will,  pyrite. While, some high grade ore j ,md bunting, evergreens and electric  has been mined and milled,  the genor- j ,iK|,ts wm. ������ln t.,,*p|.,yed to secure the  OTHER TOWNS WELL REPRESENTED  Some Close Contests in Various Events���������  Baseball Gam-! a Neck and Neck  Affair���������Behavior of the Crowd Reasonably Gooc.  Hedley  was   in   holiday   attire  nl average  is now  about $12   per ton. , ,.e.sired  effect.    The   weather too lent  The mine,  was developed   and is being   .,   i1;tnd   ������������������  ,11;lking  tho  celebration a  operated    through  a   series   of   adits  driven from the side of the mountain.  o  sneccess.   The excessive  heat   which  tended  to lend discomfort   on   some  There are nine of  these and ore-is be-!j(1.mel. occasions  was lacking and  ing hauled out through five. The plan  followed has been to drive these adits  intothe footwall to the orebody, theii  to sink inclines on the. ore,- which is  hauled in mine oius to the top of the  inclines by.air hoists. Tlie pillar arid  chamber system is -'employed,- arid no  timber is used. No: 3 adit -reaches the  orebody at a dist.-uiee i-f :70() feet from  the portal; No. 4 adit, 150 ft. vertically  below No. 3,.cuts the orebody 130.) ft.  from  the. entrance.    While! there .'ire  a  0 w rain clouds at intervals imparted  a sufficient amount of glorious uncertainty t;v enable one t'i appi eciate the  way the rain held off.  After the arrival of the train from  the south which got in shortly after  the rock drilling was in progress, the  proceedings were enlivened by the  Oruyillt*Brass Band which furnished  music on the.'grounds and for ...the"ball  in the evening and contributed materially to the enjoyment of t' e day.  giKj****- V  t "*-  Utt-A  Sv, J?V  OFFICE AND STAMP MILL  A. F. & A. M.  rO^T REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedloy Lodge No. 43, A. F. & A. M.,  lire held on the second Friday in  each month in Fraternity hall, Hedloy. Visiting  brethren arc cordially invited to attend.  W. J. FORBES H. D. BARNES,  W. M Secretary  K. a. c. STOOD  HAROr.D MAYXK DALV  STUDD & DALY,  Members Vancouver Stock Exchange  Real Estate,  Insurance, Stock, Loan  and Mortgage Brokers  728 Hasting*! Street \V  Opposite New Post Ollieo  P. O. BOX !)0ti  Vancouver, - = B. C.  B. H. BOGEBS,  M.A., B.O.L.  HARK 1STER, SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC  fields of hay and grain, and the orchards. A number of smaller streams  now into the Similkameen through  side canyons; among these is Twenty-.  mile creek, the waters of which are  'brought through a flume and pipe-line  to the Hedley company's plant to  drive Pel ton water wheels. The Hedley Gold Mining Co. owns twenty-four  Crown granted mining claims, the  principal development being on three  of them. The mine was opened in  1899 by the late Marcus Daly, and it  was operated by him, and 'after his  death by represent;*! ives of his estate,  till August 13, 1909, when it passed to  the control of this company by purchase. 1. L. Merrill, well known at  Bisbee, and elsewhere, is president of  the company, with C. D. Fraser as  secretary   and   treasurer,   and G.  P.  three other ore shipping adits, No. 3 ! The gathering while not as large as  and No. 4 are the ones from which tlie 1 last year when It was augmented by  greater tonnage is shipped. The ore j the ,.,, jiw,,y forces then employed on  is hauled in 2-ttui cars from the farther  ��������� construction  was  nevertheless a considerable crowd.   The train from the  ends of the principal adits by electric  locomotives to the surface, where the '  trackage connects with a OOOD-fl eiec-, aouth brought in a fair representation  trie line, over which the ore is hauled : from Oroville and Keremeos, and rein 12-ear trains down a 5-ft. grade to j tinning immediately on its arrival in  the transfer bins at the head of a. 10,- j P inci-tun added still further by bring-  000-ft gravity tramway. Tin's train, ing in the Princeton baseball team  which is operated in two sections, has   and the  gun club with   their friends,  three rails, with a fourth rail at the  passing stations. This trackage from  the upper terminal to the mill bins  makes a descent of 3900 ft. The ore is  hauled over this tramway in 5-ton  skips, the upbound and down going  skips traveling in balance, always  subject to the controlling machinery  at the  head of each section.     At the  Vernon, B. C.  Jones as general superintendent. The centre station, where the two sections,  Daly Reduction Co., whose stock is  controlled by the Hedley Gold Mining  Co.. operates the mill, XV. I). Thornton being at the head of the subsidiary  company. The greater part of the  mine development, the construction of  the mill and tramway, were accomplished under the* management-of M,  K. Rodgers. He was succeeded by R.  11. Lamb, and the* latter by F.A. Ross.  Mr. Ross was the last one of the managers under the Daly ownership. CLP.  Jones, now general superintendent,  has been connected with the property  for the last ten years as mine supcrin-  connect, the skip is merely attached  to the cable that operates on the section over which that skip is destined,  and detached from the cable serves  the section over which it has just past.  Some parts of the tramway trackage  have an incline of apparently -10 degrees. Compressed air for the drills  and hoists at the mine, is convoyed  from the power-house at Hedley  through a ("5-in pipe, 17001) ft. long; and  the electric; power for the ore-haulage  and other purposes at the mine is  generated at the same powerhouse,  tiansmifted   to the  lower   terminal of  1 b. t late to see the rock drilling���������a- feature \v!--ch several were dissappointed  in missing.  THK  ROCK  DRILLING  which was held at the foot of the  mountain a short distance south of  the mill (and was this year varied to a  machine drilling contest instead of the  h;;minor work of former years), was  the lirst event, anil five teams entered,  .1 1 from the Nickel Plate mine except  iM.e. It was not a contest as to the  * la live merit.- of machines for all  i'-ams had to use the same (a Holnian  No. 3) and the st.ee! sharpening was  not a fartoi as all 1 he .-Ieel was sharpened in the Xirki-1 Plate-shop. It was  a'toi/el her- a man   contest where speed  th>' .-���������'������������������������������������trie line, where it is transformed from an alterant ing to a direct  current by a Westinghouse mnlor-  goiiorntnr I'ii." 1 lie electl'ii  tem.  -haulage sys-  and accuracy in setting up as well as  judgment in pointing the hole counted  for everything, and the result would  seem to indicate that the last was not  the least important.  The first prize was won by H. Neill  and Boomer and the second by two  Austrains, Vinco Williams and Nica.  Theie was only about 3] inches between the highest and the lowest. The  somewhat indifferent depth made is  accounted for in that the machine had  just been overhauled and was probably tightened up so much that the  free working' of the ratchet action  was interfered with.  BASEBALL  It was expected that Oroville Baseball  club   would   be present in which  case it was  almost a   foregone conclusion   that  they  would  carry   off  the  prize  against any  local   team  which  could   be  brought against them,  but  they failed to show up and a game between Hedley and Princeton resulted  which proved to be  the most interesting and closely  contested  game that  has  been   played   in   Hedley   at   any  La dor Day   celebration   that has'yet  been    held    here.     The   score   stood  Princeton; 4 and  Hedley 3, of which  Hedley had the  best of it in  earned  runs, the Princeton tallies being mostly the result of palpable errors on the  part of Hedley players.     Princeton's  battery was   Tommy Daly,   pitcher,  with  the Oroville catcher doing the  receiving.    For Hedley   the pitching  was done by Cotter, a dark horse who  came in a few days before from across  the line and has since gone to   work  at the Nickel  Plate.     He pitched a  splendid game and  but for the iudif-  ferent support he received   at critical  periods would  have  won  out easily.  The   closeness of the  game made it  particularly  interesting and  exciting  for the spectators.     The. game was decided on eight innings.  TRAP  SHOOTING  In the trap shoot as in the baseball  it was Princeton all the way only very  much more so. For the Shatford Cup  Hedley was the only team that tried  to wrest the trophy from Princeton  shooters who were and are still the  holders of the trophy. The gunmen  from the upper town were dead  on and two of the men, Messrs Waterman and Irwin, in particular seemed  to have very little difficulty in breaking the little blue rocks as often as  they wanted to. The score stood Hedley 50 and Princeton 70.    In the open  shoot Irwin took 1st with a score of 24  out of 25 with Waterman second with  a score of 20.  HORS1S RACES  Free for All 1st, Baldy, owned by  Alexis (Indian), 2nd, McGinty, owned  by Hans Riehter  Ladies' Saddle Race--Starlight owned by Mrs. M. B. Ewart, (cup), 2nd  Black Beauty owned by Hans Riehter  (clock).  Cowboy Race���������1st, Tumas (Indian)  2nd Hans Riehter.  Ladies' Turns take ��������� 1st, Florence  Daly, 2nd Miss St. Clair.  600 yd. Pony Race���������1st, Hans Riehter, 2nd, W. Kruger  ATHLETIC SPOUTS  100 yd. Foot Race���������1st, F. Brouillette, 2nd, D. G. McCurdy.  220 yd foot race���������F. Brouilette, 2nd.  McCurdy.  Ladies' Race���������1st Myrtle McLean.  2nd Miss Williams.  Boys' Race under 14*���������1st, Mason  Shier, 2nd J. Bromley, 3rd Leo Brown.  Boys Race under 10���������Harry Boeing,  Jack Shier, 3rd Elmer Burr.  Vaulting with pole ���������B. W. Knowles  Vic Ryder.  Hop, Step and Jump���������1st Vic Ryder  Running High Jump-  1st and 2nd.  Ryder and Kruger (tied)  koothall  Hedley played the Nickel Plate and  gave- the spectators a very good game,  each side having a. pretty husky team  and at times some brilliant play was  made showing that many of the participants were old hands at the game..  The lads from the mine were overmatched and the town team which  was principally made u\) of chaps from  the mill won by a, score of 5 goals to 0.  The tug-of-war did not come off as.  the teams could not be got together.  ���������Continued on Page Fuor  BOB rHE   HKD.LEY   GAZETTE,    SEP   S,   1911).  t&c lk&k$ #&$itfe  question, demonstrated the fact'that  the opposition was largely, academic  in its character   and  was by men who  and  SamsSkameen Advertiser.  ssucrion Thiuv.da.v-;, by thci llKm.KV Oa'/.kttk j hail no opportunity   of   becoming eon- , U  i-Kt-.i-ivo A.-.-r- Pci-.i.isniNO C'o.mi-anv. .,,",.. ��������� ���������  Iversant   with   Hie  cnndiuons   prevnil-  i.i!Mi'i'i:i>.   ur.  Hcdlcv.  U. ('  Si (Mi  '.'.50  Subscriptions in Advance  Per year ��������� ���������  "   ( United States)   Advertising Rates  Measurement:. 12 lines to the inch.  Land Notices���������Corriliuatos of improvement, etc.  ������7.������l) for (ill-day not ices, and ������5.(10 for Dll-day  notices.  Cliaiiffcs for contract advertisements should  be in the ollice by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.  Advertisements will be changed,once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  eharg-o. For changes of toner than once n month  ho  price of composition will be elmi-god at  regular rates.  A. MEGRAW. Manacin-j- Editor.  OLD ISSUES REVIVED  The   manner in   which  Sir Wilfrid  Lauricr  was   disposed   to   flirt with  the  free  trade    question   during  his  trip to tlie west appears to have been  taken more seriously in   various quarters  than seemed necessary   and even  eastern   Canadian   papers   give; evidence  of  the possibility   of the  trade  question   which has been shelved as a  political issue ever  since   the   ill-fated  "unrestricted  reciprocity"', campaign  of'IS91-:-i,    becoming again -a live issue  in  "Canadian    politics.    The   Toronto  World is publishing  a  series of articles  on   the National Policy and its  working  that are meant to he educa-  eativo ; and while it is not at all likely  that  Sir  Wilfrid   really   meant anything by  his  vague  generalities  and  half non-committal assurances  to  the  fanners of the prairie  provinces   it is  w ���������.*'.! that the rising generation of Canadians who are to be our voters in the  course   of    another   decade     or   less  should bo taught  the real significance  of the  National   Policy   and   what  it  has done for  Canada.     The circumstances which brought it about : the  bitter opposition to it on   the  part  of  the Liberals   who  fought   it for years  after  it-   had  become    Canada's  fixed  fiscal policy ;   their own adoption of it  after their accession to power in   I SIMS  while still pretending that   they   were  opposed to it,    are  all   phases  of  the  question    that  the*  rising generation  are   not   as   familiar   with    as   they  should be.   Therefore  a revival of the  question    at    the    present   juncture  would be timely,  and  what could  be  more eminently fitting than that Billy  Maclean should  be  in  the  vanguard,  for it- was his father who  more  than  anyone else prvailed upon Sir John A.  Mac-dona Id  to cross the fiscal Rubicon  and  come out squarely for a, protective tariff which he did in that famous  history-making resolution   introduced  in the House of Commons on the 10th  of March 1870 ?  ing on the mission fields of the chinch  in the west and elsewhere. Another  significant feature was that when-  the ojipo.sil.ion waxed fiercest- then-  was little difficulty in locating the  axe which required grinding. in  championing the cause of union the.  mantle of the late Dr. Sutherland  seemed to fall very beiittingly upon  the venerable shoulders of ]Jv. Bur-  wash. Dr. Briggs, the book steward,  was to be found among the antis. The  votestood over 9 to 1 in a conference  of about 300 delegates. An amusing  situation connected theiewith was  that when the result "was announced  all who voted for union rose and sang  "Praise God from whom all blessings  flow," the antis remaining'seated and  silent. Evidently they thought there  wore.occasions when praise could be  too indiscriminate and should be withheld   and this was one of them.  YMV;  LI    cl li -I**'  i|?  Ill I ..Qt  Try  ^XVXNV.SV'-a'VVfc.  Vidona  ross  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  Move export thinking  has gone into the making  of tlie Monarch than any  typewriter sold. That is  why it demands' little or  no thought from the owner or the user. That is  ���������why it is the typewriter  your best stenographer  deserves and your poorest  stenographer needs. -  74 Years in Business  TakingCare  ofMoney  Tlie Monarch Typewriter  S Ltd.  98 King Street West, Toronto.  A. MEGRAW, local Agent  Water Notice  The London Directory  (Published Annually)  Enables traders throughout the world  to communicate direct  _'.;\v.ith 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;  STEAMSH1P LINES  arra.nged  under  the Ports  to   which  they sail,  and indicating the approxi-  "VrOTIOK is hereby Riven that an application  '-*-^ will bo made under Part V of the"Water  Act. l!Kjy." to'bbtain a licence in the Similkaineen Division of Yale District.  (a) The name, address and occupation'of'the  applicant. K. b. Steves, ltock Creek, eontrac-  t������1-* '   '  (b) The name of the lake, stream or source  (if, unnamed, the description is) Lost Horse  Creek, Kettle River.   ,  (c) The point of diversion about- HO chains  from the confluence of Lost Horse Creek with  the Kettle River.  (d) The quantity of water applied for (in  cubic feet pur second) 2 cubic foot.  (e) The character of the proposed works,  (bun and ditch. '������������������'���������'"..  "u  (f) The premises on which the water is to be  used (describe same) l.ut ld/ils containing 120  acres.    (g) The 'purposes for which the water is to  be used Domestic and Agricultural. "    "  (10 If for irrigation describe the land intended to be irrigated, jjivinjjf acreage 120 acres.  (j) Area of Crown land intended to be occupied by the proposed works���������none.  (k) This notice was posted on the Kith day  of Aug', 1!U0 and application will be made to  the Commissioner on the Kith day of Sept., 1!H0.  (1) Give the names and addresses of .any  riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose  lands are likely to be clv'cctod by the proposed  works, cither above or below the outlet,  E. L. STEVES  ���������fi-S-l Rock Creek, IJ. C.  NOTICE  mate 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 j  be forwarded . freight paid, on receipt  of Postal Order for 20s.  Dealers seeking Agencies can adver-  their trade cards for ������1, or la rger advertisements from ������3.  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  District ok -Y-alk.  THe London Directory 60. Ltd.  25, Abchurch Lane, London, E. C  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK.  rPAKE notice that E. L. Steves, of Rock  -1-' Creek, District of Yale, B. C. intends to  apply for permission to lease the following described land:��������� -  Commencing at a post planted at the east  side of the Kofctlc River opposite the north east  corner of Lot 3132, marked "E. L. Steves, north  cast corner post"; thence 2!) chains; cast; thence  (30 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. 2oth, 1910        '31-10  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  ���������   Distkict oi*' Yale.  TAKE notice that E. E. Burr, agent for W.  ���������*��������� A. Burr, of Hedley, occupation blacksmith,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands-  Commencing at a post planted at the north-  ,, , ,.,��������� . , -.��������� ,���������,��������� ,_ . ,.���������,, i west corner of Lot No. 303: thence south 10  Vol. VIII issued May. 1903, contains loOO chains; thence west 20 chains; thence north 10  pages, with nearly oO per cent, more matter chains; thence cast -20 chains to point ofeom-  than   the. preceding edition.    The   chapters    A LIFT FOR UNION  The Methodist General  Conference,  which  recently  completed  its   labors  in Victoria   did not shirk its duty in  the  matter of declaring   itself  upon  the subject of church union and while-  there was  vigorous  and able  opposition to the proposal   the  overwhelming vote   with  which  it carried augured well for the  ultimate success of  the movement.     With   this  splendid  example before   them    the  minor deliberative bodies of this  and the other  churches    such  as district  meetings,  quarterly   hoards,    presbyteries   and  congregations  that have yet to consider the. matter and record  their decision  for  or against  will   have less  difficulty in recognizing  their duty in  the premises.        The   debate   on   the  with mine descriptions and on statistics  have been carefully revised and tho bulk of  the matter therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapter.  COVERING: Copper History. Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining,  Milling, Leaching. Smelting, Refining, Brands,  Grades, Impurities, Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology, Deposits by Districts, States,  Countries and Continents, Mines in Detail,  Statistics of Production. Consumption, Imports, Exports. Finances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly tho  WORLD'S STANDARD REFERENCE  ' BOOK ON COPPER.  The Copper Handbook contains, in this new  and greatly enlarged edition, about 50 percent, more matter than the Bible���������though  not necessarily a better book because of its  greater bulk. It is filled with EACTS of vital  importance to  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  'I'llK ME'l'ALLURG 1ST  THK CONSUMER  THE MINER  PRICE:   S5.00 in buckram with gilt top. or  S7.50iii full library morocco.  TERMS: The most liberal. Send no monev.  but order the book sent you, all carriage charges  prepaid, on one week's approval, to bo returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you alfcird not to see the hook and judge for  yourself of its value to von ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher,  HORACE |. STEVENS  CM   SHKLDKN   BUILDING.  HOUGHTON.  MICH., U. S. A. la  NOTICE  Water-users arc roc* nested to exorcise 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.milka.mkkn AVaterwouks Co, Ltd.  per G. I'. Jones.  mcnccinent. containing 80 acres more or less.  WILLIAM ASA BURR  per Edgar Elmer Burr.  June 30th, l!)10 20-10  NOTICE  LIQUOR LICENSE ACT, 1910  (section 10)  ay  uuie  KTOTICE is hereby given that on the llth d  ���������**���������* of August. 1U10 application will bo ma  to the superintendent of Provincial police for  the grant of a license for the sale of liquor by  wholesale in and upon the premises known as  the Princeton Brewery, situate at Princeton,  upon the lands described as tho Nelson Brewing Co's premises situated on Vermillion  Avenue, Princeton.  Rudolph Gorsulowsky agent of the company  has been selecied to act as manager of the said  business.  NELSON BREWING CO.  per R. Gorsulowsky  Dated July llth, 15)10  County Court of Yale  SITTINGS of the County Court of Yale will  be held as follows, vise:   At Fraternity  Hall, Hadley, on   Thursday   13th day of October 1010 : and at the Court House, Princeton,  Sat'd'y loth day of October, 1010, at the hour of  eleven oclock in the forenoon of each day.  Bv  Command  HUGH HUNTER  30-td Registrar County Court  When answering   ads.   plesaic  mention this paper.  Capita! and Reserve Over $7,000,000  is our business. Your account is welcome whether  it is large or small. A Sav  ings Account can be opened  with $1.00 and added to at  your .convenience.  You will be surprised to see how the balance mounts  up when interest is compounded.  Hedley  Branch,      H. A. Hincks, Acting Manager  .<���������)  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  ���������  ���������  WE H/\VE aio'iney  to invest in any sound proposition.  Timber, Coal or  /\gri<ci4ltiir*al Lands  Make a clear sketch and write fully in your first letter if you  want a definite answer.  U/estern Canada Investment Co.  Suite -4*5 Flack. St  Vancouver- B. C  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������S3?  [&���������������*���������������& SB]  TH ES/'RI VERS IDE N URSBRIES  Grartcl F^orjk.s, B. C    Comprising 100 acres  Largest growers of Nursery Stock in Britis Columbia. All  stock"wintered in our cellars and 'no.danger of buying winterkilled trees..' -.'���������  Buy British Columbia-grown trees for British Cohimbiaorchards  |  The Victor and Berliner Gramophones  I Stand Alone  ���������&K  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  NEW DOUBLE SIDED RECORDS-90c. for the two.   -^fill  Send 90c. and 10c. postage for sample Record.      .���������^���������^���������S^rii:-;  Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited  Montreal.  gents Wanted Everywhere.  109  ���������  For Sale by  LOUIS C  ROLLS &  CO.  '      Hedle-y IB. C  No FVe-igfht - No Express  You can buy from us at Montreal Prices.  Western Distributors  DYKE, EVANS <& CALLAGHAN  536 Hastings St., Vancouver. ���������.  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HOTEL  + * * # *  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Okanagan College  Summerland, B. C.  Everutliinci New and  First-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  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 andfurtherparticulars  address the Principal.  EVERETT W. SAWYER. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE,  SEP   8,   1910.  Town and District.  Mrs. I. L.  Deardorff carne in yester-  , day and is staying with  Mrs.  Forbes  for a, few days.  '(   Dr. Jackson is in Hedley  for a few  ���������'���������days to attend to all who may require  dental work.  Mrs. Hale was very ill at Prihcetiin  last week aud Dr. McEwen was called,  there to see her.  Rev. A...H. Cameron had to drive to  Keremeos on Sunday night after service in order to reach Summerland in  time for the Presbytery meeting held  there on Tuesday. It was a dark night  for a drive of that kind. '  , Last week repairs, >yore. made to the  sidewalks which were becoming positively  dangerous.     There arc*, a few  .around town that are given to the  habit of riding their horses on the.  sidewalk and this is responsidble' for  '''''considerable'of the harm done.    V  Mr.Frank Logsdon accompanied by  : his wife and his little daughter Mildred  ��������� left on  Thursday .last for a holiday  vtrip  to    visit friends   at  Davenport,  f Washington,    from      which      point  they were going to visit Mrs. Logsdon's  parents in  California.     Frank put in  two steady years-in the:v: power house  and felt.that two,or'three months' lay.  I off would do him good.  A match  race which  vysis the. out-  ' come of the Labor Day  sports  took  place  yesterday on  Haynes   St..' be-  : tween Schid)ert'S;Storc3 and the Scott  r Avenue crossing.     The race was  between F. Brouillette and Tom Smith  'for $100 a side,  and T.H. Rotherham  : was stake-holder.   Brouillette was to  : give Smith *10 feet start   in   50  yards  The handicap was too big .and Smith  won by a close  shave,   as   the other  ; man nearly overhauled him. ��������� ������������������ ������������������ ���������;* '-���������- ���������;;  y/. Chief constable C. J. Bun bury was  An town on Tuesday ^making a tour of  ;; his district and incidentally happening  along at the tail end of the celebration  when the spirit of lawlessness is most  disposed to be in evidence. He is looking into the working of the new  Liquor act and taking care to disabuse  the minds of any who are disposed to  regard the act as a joke or its! observance a matter of choice or convenience. The Act itself provides better  machinery for its own enforcement  and for this reason he expects to see it  carried out with a reasonable degree  of thoroughness.  ^@������#������������##^  -,@'  *������*;  ���������25J:-  .5*. ������**- *V  Of  Everything  in   Our  Dry   Goods   Department  Ladies'  Waists, Skirts,  Whiteware  Hosiery, etc.  Men's  Clothing,  Shirts Underwear  Hats and Gaps  Boots and Shoes, Mens', Women's and Children's  Furniture, Carpets and Linoleums  We are making Sweeping Reductiens in all of the above goods many things being marked away  down below cost.    It is the Greatest Bargain Sale ever put on in the Country.  SALE COMMENCES MONDAY, AUGUST 22nd  ������  ������  m  m  SHATFORD'S   LTD.  vsti&iSfi  W. J. Forbes ^returned last week  from his prospecting tour with W. D.  MacMilian on the Skagit. The forest fires interfered very much with  their work. He was very favorably  impressed with the showings in sever-  . al camps but was not excited over any  of tlie recent finds which had been advertised so widely. The Skagit's  claim as a fisherman's paradise also  seemed open to question, although a  reason given for it was that a thick  jam or two farther down the stream  was keeping the fish back.  Hughie Campbell and Sam Spencer  , were down from Priuceton this week  and made the Gazette a pleasant call.  Hughie is looking as young and hearty  _ as he was fifteen years ago and is apparently good formany years to come,  ��������� although he shares with Robert Stevenson the honor of being the oldest  of old timers. It is pleasing also to  note that they have the brightest prospects in the mining property which  they own on Whipsaw creek. Some  of the specimens brought down are  certainly fine and if they have much  of that (as we are assured they have)  it will require.  Jack Crosby did some excellent  work for the golf club last week in  putting the greens and teeing grounds  in order. Some team work also contributed to the beneficial result in removing weeds on the fairway and filling up numerous indentations that interfered with the lay. These improvements of course cost money and members of the club who are in arrears on  their dues would help out the executive committee by paying in to the  secretary the amount of their arrears  together with the dues for September  and October which are two splendid  golfing months and the improvements  effected will enable members to get  the greatest amount of satisfaction  and enjoyment out of their play.  Among the Oroville visitors on  Labor day were Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Dallam and Mr. and Mrs. Gilmour.  Mr. Dallam who is editor of the Oroville Gazette and one of the ablest  journalists in this part of the district  was paying his first visit to Hedley,  and long as both of us have been in  the district and have known each  other in a neighborly sort of way as  brother publishers this is the first  time we had met, Bro. Brown, of  Keremeos,  a comparatively recent ar  rival, making lis acquainted. A holiday with its distractions is not the  most favorable time to see a town for  the first time and we regret that there  was not the opportunity to show him  around and enable'hini to see things  when thelHedley Gold Mining Company's plant is-in full operation, for to  >ohe wha'has stayed with the district  as long as Bro. Dallam and has believ-  ed in it and upheld its interests in good  and ill report it would be a pleasure  indeed to show him a noted example  wherein the countiy has been able to  make good and justify all he has  written of it, for the mining industry  of the district has had no better friend  than he. , ;It is hoped that some time  in the near future he will "be able to  spend a few days in the camp.  - A couple of months ago Hedley was  visited by Mr. Scott, representing the  Mining and'Scientific Press of San  Francisco, and the'last issue of that  magazine which is to hand contained  an excellent write-up of uhe mine and  reduction works, which it is presumed  was written by him as it is announced  as staff correspondence. It is safe to  say that no write up which has yet  appeared is so concise and accurate.  The .Gazette reproduces a portion  this week and will complete the write-  up in next issue.  KEEP YOUR EYES ON  CAMP REDELY  WATCH IT GROW  It is destined to be the Greatest Gold Mining Camp in Canada,.  Money invested in Hedley Town Property now will bring you Big  Returns in a Few Months  Buy Now; Don't Put It Off as the Price is Going Up.  For Full Information Write or Call on  THE HEDLEY CITY TOWNSITE COMPAPY, Ltd.,  F. H. French, Secretary and Manager - HEDLEY, B.C.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending Sept 3, 1910 :  AT  THE MINE.  Maximum  Minimum  Aug 28  ������-  42  30  29  #  #  45 ���������     .  36  30  #  ,  52  34  31 ^  ,   .  50  33  Sep    1  ,  ,  47  30  2  ,  #  40  33  3  .  .  oo  31  WATER ACT 1909  Average maximum temperature 47.2S  Average minimum do        32.85  Mean temperature 40.00  Rainfall for the week   0.20 inches.  Snowfall       "       "        0.0  CORRESPONOING AVEEK OK LAST YEAK  Highest maximum temperature .���������  Average maximum do ���������.  Lowest minimum do ���������.  Average minimum do ���������.  Mean do  AT THE MILL.  Maximum       Minimum  Aug 28 ..     -   57 .. 18  29 .. 05 .. 49  30 .. 05 .. 50  31 ..         70         .. 50  Sep    1         ..         70         .. 43  2 .. 78 .. 45.  3 .. 78 .. 49  Average maximum temperature 09.  Average minimum          do 47.71  Mean                                  do 50.S5  Rainfall for the week   .       inches  CORRESPONDING WEEK OK LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 91  Average do do 8S.71  Lowest minimum do 47  Average do do 52.14  Mean do 70.42  PALACE  Livery, Feed k Sale Stables  13 Y direction of the Hoard of Investigation  *-* notice is hereby given that tholioard  will proceed to adjudicate upon claims to water  on the followinf streams and tributaries thereto in the Similkameen and O.soj'oos Water Districts, under authority of Part three of the  Water Act, 1909.  Pine Creek  Spring on Pre-emption Xo. 298H  Spring on Ecks Pre-emption  Shoot Creek  Ellis or Naiiishecn Creek  .Tames Crock  Penticton Crook  Spring on Pre-emption Xo. 2551  Cannon Lake  Second Crock  Cedar Crook  Little Penticton Creek  Sheep Crock  I Mile Creek, south on Dog Lake  ���������1 Mile Creek on  Kastsido Okanagan Lake  Kive-Mile ('rock  Johnson Creek  Spring on Pre-emption Xo. 1507  Spriug near Pre-emption near 1-Mile Creek  Spring near 1st creek near Pre-emption 138s  Spring on Sub-lot li). L. 2711  Alder Crcok  Maple Creek  Creek It miles south on Dog Lake  McLean creek  Lake near Kolowiui���������- Penticton trull  Spring, Penticton  Stewards Dum  Creek. Lot 2S<>  7 Mile creek. (Lots 210 and 2(Ki(  Camp. Old Camp, !)-niile or Arawana creek  Creek on Lot 211  Spring near south east corner of Lot 5S7  South branch of Ellis (.'reek  Spring, Lot 2551  Meeting for the purpose of adjudication will  be hold at Penticton on or about October 20th,  1910; Okanagan Kails on or about October 25th,  1910, and Xarainata on or about October 28th;  1910.  W. S. DREWRY.  Chief Water Commissioner  Lands Department, (Water lir-uich)  Victoria. July 15th. 1910 12  GOOD PRINTING  Such as You should use when you want  to make an  impression  on  customers.  g '       s  i  i  x  K  K  s-  *  x  K  K  x  K  x  K  K  x  x  Is Only Obtained  By.using modern type faces on good stock  The   Gazette  Job   Department  is jjrepared to turn it out for you  Patronize the Home Shop  You \JM&.t\t Home- Trade.  X  X  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  x  X  x  *��������� X  Waaaaa**Waa*aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa^^  tf*-&*,*-K*atiti-&������&***^-*-***^^  TOILET SETS  EliDLEY   H. C.  IT A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    IT Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  AV O 0 D   FOR   SALE!  Phon   II.       INNIS  BROS. Proprietors.  E. E. Burr  General   Blacksmith  Hedley, B. C.  Horse-shoeing and all  Blacksmith Work  Promptly attended to.  Pipe-fitting done.  When   writing    Advert sers  Mention the Gazette.  Please  X  \x  i  X  X  H  x  x  X  X  X  X  i  I  X  X  ������  X  X  K  X  K  K  x  X  X  %  X  X  X  X  X  i  X  W*W*VtVW*A,AAA**'A^^  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  Call in and price them  J. A. SCHUBERT, hedley.  I  X  X  H  K  X  X  x  x  K  K  K  x  x  I  x  K  x  K  x  x  X  X  H  X  X  K  x  ft? THE   HEDLEY   GAZETTE.    SEP    8,   1910.  X  KEREMEOS, the Centre of Lower Similkameen���������Famed for Fruit Growing  Town and Lower Valley.  Parties of hunters who were out for  the opening of the season in the vicinity of Keremeos met with fair success.  Mrs. G. G. Keeler and son Carl left  on Monday's evening's train on a visit  to friends in the Yakima Valley,  Wash.  Mrs. F. Sauve left on Friday last for  Hedley to secure treatment for her  little baby which w-is very ill with  some infantile complaint.  W. D. Lawson of the -'E. T." bank  left for Princeton on Saturday to join  R. H. Carniichael in a hunting trip for  a few days in the country above Granite Creek. .     (  XV: H. Armstrong and party will  arrive in Keremeos on Saturday.  They will come by the Okanagan valley and will be met at Penticton by  special rigs from Innis'stables.  Mrs. Muirhead, of Victoria, who has  been visiting her mother, Mrs. Lowe,  at the Ranche, returned home on  Thursday last. She was accompanied  as far as Okanagan Landing by Mr.  and Mrs. M. B. Ewart.  A party, consisting of T. S. Drennen  Porter. .Gibson and Jas. Stockton left  Keremeos on Friday en route for the  ���������Prairie. Mr. Drennen goes clown to  look after his interest in the grain  crop and will retiii-n in abouta month's  time. Mr. Stockton will be gone somewhat longer, while Mr. Gibson will  take his residence at Regina.  F. A. Lance, of 312 Hastings street,  Vancouver has added another 20 acres  to his holdings here having purchased  lot 58 which adjoins his other lot.  This gives him 20 acres part of which  is planted in trees that have already  come into bearing. It speaks well for  the prospects of the valley that people  of Mr. Lance's kind who have invested  here; are coming back looking for  more.  Rev. Mr. Cameron left on Monday  for Summerland to attend a meeting  of the Presbytery for this district. In  order to make connections Mr. Cameron had to drive from Hedley to  Keremeos on Sunday might after  holding service. On such a dark night  as Sunday evening proved it was anything but a pleasure drive and would  have daunted a less dete-unined man  than Mr. Cameron.  Charles Reid,   manager of the  I'-J. C.  Milling  & Trading  Company  of Vancouver, spent Saturday and Sunday in  Keremeos.     He came in via the Okanagan    where   he   spent   considerable  time, looking over  the country.    Although   Mr.   Reid  invested   in a  fruit  lot here several years ago this was his  first visit to the valley.   He was greatly pleased  with the manner   in which  his  lot has  been  developed for him,  enjoyed  some delicious  fruit- from his  own   trees   and   took   samples   home,  with  him.   -He has  decided to erect a  handsome dwelling here next summer,  where he and  his family  will  spend  their winters, escaping the wet season  at the coast.     Mr. Reid states that he  can name a dozen  people on his street  who will do as he has done once the  V. V. & E.  is finished and connection  established  between   this walley and  Vancouver.  Having decided to   return  east the  undersigned will   offer   for   sale   the  following list of stock'and effects.   1  . *-*  brown  mare with foal at side (Clyde)  1 good cow due to calve in  October,  1 heifer calf, 3 months old; 45 Pure  bred  barred rock hens,  50 pure bred  barred  rock chickens,   1 heavy wagon  gear  suitable for I horse, 1   set team  harness,    1    Peerless    Incubator   and  brooder,   nearly new;   1 Wheelbarrow  new: 1 scythe,  cross-cut saw, shovels,  hoes  and a number of tools,   1 ton of  good oats,  2 water barrels, wash tubs,  Dairy  utensils   including   milk pails,  cans,   churn,  S gal  bowl and print, I  grand .Jewel coal or  wood stove together with pipes, kettles and pans, 1 new  wash   boiler.   1 glass  front  cupboard,  1 extension   table 8 feet,  new; 1 standard  sewing machine,  nearly new, 8  kitchen  chairs, 2  rockers,   1 iron  bed  spring and mattress, 4-V ft.; 2 iron   bed  spring,  Sir ft;-1-yds  inlaid  linoleum, 2  yds wide,  A quantity of dishes, jars  and crocks.    John  Breadner,  Lot 19,  Sub-division 457.  ADVERTISE   IN   THE   GAZETTE  T. A. Love, editor of the Phoenix  Pioneer, was in Keremeos last week  and purchased from .T. A. Brown the  printing plant of the Keremeos Chronicle, which was shipped f ron i hereon  Thursday Mr. Love lost his entire,  plant in Phoenix |by fire.  LABOR DAY SPORTS  Continued fiom Page one.  'THE  1SALL  The ball on. Monday evening was  quite a brilliant affair and ' the music  which was supplied by the Oroville  orchestra,' excellent. The hall was  brilliantly lighted and tastefully decorated and the company while not as-  great a crush as on some .former occasions was for that reason enabled to  enjoy themselves better. Supper was  supplied by the Grand Union and the  Similkameen, the guests being divided  between them. Another dance was  held on Tuesday evening, a portion of  the Oroville orchestra remaining over  to furnish the music for it, and'a pleasant time was spent.  J. A. BROWN  Notary Public  CONVEYANCING, CUSTOMS TillOKERAGK,  FI1U5 INSURANCE  AGENCY HEDLEY GAZETTE  OFFICE - KEREMEOS, B.C.  P. BROMLEY,  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  Horse-Shoeing a Specialty  KEREMEOS, - -  B. C.  Hotel Keremeos  Opposite G. N. R. Station  GEO.  KIRBY,  Manager.  WHEN SHOOTING  SEASON BEGINS  A Concise   Summary of   Points  in the  Game Laws to be Observed-.  Constable Black, of Nelson, has  made a brief but complete summary  of latest restrictions in the game laws,  a thing that was badly needed, and as  there is practically no difference between the Nelson district and this por-  tson of Yale-Cariboo, .'we'reproduce it  herewith; attention is therefore drawn  to the following regulations for game  protection which become pertinent at  this season:     ,  "Blue and willow grouse and ptarmigan may be shot in this portion of the  province between Sept.1 and Dec. 1,  inclusive.  "Prairie chicken may be shot during  October.  "Duck, geese and snipe may be shot  on the entire mainland between Sept.  1 and February 2S, inclusive.  "Pheasant shooting is not allowed  in this part of the province.  "Quail may not be shot at all in this  part of the province.  "Columbian or Coast deer may be  shot in this part of the province between Sept. 1 and Dec. 15 inclusive.  "Wapiti may not be shot in the  province.  "Coast deer may not be sold in this  part of the province, while ducks,  geese and snipe may be sold here during October and November only.  m**M*K*,***MKmK*^*M**������J***M  KEREriEOS  MEAT   MARKET  Fresh  Fish  Every Thursday  E.M.CROOKER  rafefcMaMfc**ra*ititt^fe>tfti������?r������<'tii.  GENERAL NEWS  Over in Kootenay they are putting  the new liquor Act in force. One man  was fined .$300 for selling liquor on  Sunday and another was fined $100  for giving liquor to a minor.  The Highland mine near Nelson has  resumed operations.  A Vancouver Lacrosse team is going east after the Mann cup, which it  is said would look well beside the  Minto cup.  The next eastern team to try for th  Minto cup  will  be  the Nationals   of  Montreal and  they   intend   to  make  their try for it this month.  The Board of Railway Commissioners is sitting at Vancouver this  week.  The Queen's Own are having a wonderful reception at Aldershot.  Brantford, Ont., had an outbreak of  small-pox. Tlie local Board of Health  are reported to have got it under control and the number of new rases has  been reduced to almost nothing.  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  Is sold on its merits only.  Some dealers'sell inferior flour claming it as good as  Five Boses. 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 premium's but prefer quality.  And to go  with the Bread it makes we have  nice  fresli creamery butter, 3 lbs for $1.00  t  FRANK RICHTER & GO;  KEREMEOS, - - B.C.  When in Keremeos stop at the  I  i  HARRY TWEDDLE, Proprietor.  X  X  K  K  X'  X  *.'  I  X  K  X  K  x  K  x  t  t  i  X  K  ���������AttAAAAA^AWAAAlAAmlA*^^  Sole Agents for Princeton Coal  Free Bus to all trains  B. ���������������. Fruit Lands Office  Headquarters for all stage lines.  40 Great Tears  And 1909 Best of AH  With over Eight Millions of new  business written in Canada  alone in 1909.  Began business iir 1S70 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  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  A. nEdRAW, Local Agent.  WM. DALRYMPLE  GENERAL  BLACKSMITH  Your Patronage Solicited.   Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Cumming's Old Stand  (Keremeos Centre)  ft  ������  '���������������  ������  &  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.  : REMBMBBR  We  offer no land but what has  the  water al-  reacty oil it  Fruit  Lots of any size to suit your means;  at $175, 215 and 350 per acre.     Town Lots.  Keremeos Land Go., Ltd.  KEREMEOS, B. C.  #  #  LAND NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT  District ok Yai.k  GEO. KIRBY  Notary Public.  ltKAL ESTATE JUNES  A Kent for :  London & Lancashire  I- ire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  KlillKMHOS. B. C  Kcrcmcos-Penticton Mail Stage.  Leaves Keremeos for Penticton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at noon.  Leaves Penticton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m., arriving in  Keremeos at noon.  XV. E. Wki.bv, Proprietor.  PLUMBING  WARM  AIR  HEATING  AND  GENERAL  TINSMITHING  S3S  ���������"TAKE NOTICK that John P. McCuddy. of  ���������*���������        l-'airview, occupation l-'armer, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following-  described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted 20 chains  south of the S. K. Corner of Lot (Hi!); thence  we^t 80 chains, thence south '20 chains; thence  east 80 chains; thence north 20 chains to point  of commencement. Containing KiO acres.  JOHN P. McCUDDY  August SlUi, 1010.  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing land, Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  .Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS?  To II. I-'. Clcland or to any person or persons  to whom he may have transferred his interest  in tlie Dolphin and Spain* Fraction mineral  claims situate at Olalla on Keremeos Crook in  the Osoyoos Mining' Division of Vale District.  You are hereby notified that 1 have expended  two hundred and live dollars in labor and improvements on tho above mentioned claims in  order to hold the said claims under the provisions of tho Mineral Act. the said labor being  done for the year ending 17th of August. 11)1(1,  and if within 1)0 days from the date of. this notice, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditures together with all  costs of advertising, your interest in said mineral chums will be the property of the undersigned under .Section 1 of "Mineral Act Amendment  Act 1000.  Dated this 25th clay of August, 1010.  3S-1I C. W. Jordan.  Orders  by Mail  will receive  Prompt Attention  ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON  APPLICATION  Keremeos  Trading Company  Have a good lino ol Groceries, Flour,  Tobacco, Clothing, Boods and Shoes,  Etc., which they invite you to cull and  see hefore huving elsewhere.  Prices, reasonable  H. B. MEAUSETTE  Keremeos  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT"  Distiuct ok Yalu  ���������"pAICK NOTICE, that I. Kenneth Carleton  x Boyd Krlth, of Greenwood, H. C. occupation, Postmaster, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the south  east corner of Indian Reserve. Lot-No. I, thence  west along Indian reserve No. ���������!, 20 chains;  thence south 10 chains; thenee east 20 chains,  then north along the Indian reserve, lot No. ,'i  to point of commencement containing SO acres  more or less,  Kkna'etii Caiu-iETON Bovd Kami  Dated '-'1st of May, 1010  G.   G.   KEELER,  Keremeos, B. C.  TOMMY SING  Contracts for Work  Land scruhbed or any kind of work by  contract at reasonable rates.  Silk Handkerchiefs sold cheap, imported direct from China.  EXAMINATION    FOR     INSPECTOR     OF  STEAM BOILERS AND MACHINERY  Examinations for the position of Inspector of Steam Boilers and Machinery, under tlie  "Steam Boilers Inspection Act, 1001," will he  held at the Parliament Buildings, Victoria  commencing November 7th, l|!ld. Application  and instruction forms can be bad on application to Iho undersigned to whom the former  must be returned correctly filled in not later  than' October -'lib. 1010. Salary ������130.00 per  month increasing at the rate of SS.OOper month  each year to a maximum of ������180.00.  JOHN PECK  Chief Inspector of Machinery,  Now Westminster, B. 0

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