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THE NICOLA HERAL
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Vol I.  No. 30.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7,1906.
$2 a Year.
I
TOO MUCH GRADE
0* THI NIOOLA PRINOBTON ROAD
LB AVINO NIOOLA
Th* Oradt la Almoat Prohibitive of a
Lai_* Load.-Oood Road Could
BaalT b* ObtaJaad at a
The lollowing petition has
been at the post office during
the past week and a large number of residents have signed
same. I he petition is self-
explanatory and anyone who
has ever traveled over this particular road can vouch that it is
a much needed piece of work
and it is hoped the chief commissioner will give it consideration. Those who have not
signed the petition can do so
by calling at the Post Office.
A similar petition is being circulated along the road and at
Aspen Grove,
The following is the petition:
We th* undersigned retidrntt of Nioolt
tnd Atpen Grot* humbly pttiti.nth*
bonorabl* th* chief commiMioner of laedt
and work* tt follow*:
1. Thtt th*re ia * climb uf 900 feat to
get out of Nleoli on th* road lo A*p*n
Grot*.
2. Thit thit it ptrt of th* wago* ro*d
from Nitol* to Princ*ton.
3 Thtt th* grade is prohibit!** of t
Itrgt load nece��sitsting many trips wh*r*
on* ought to h��f* betn *nough.
4, Whin there is even an average load
from Nicola to Aspen Or*v* it it imptri-
tir* to (0 lo Coutlt* tod to go np from
Coutl** ntcMiiUting t circuit of twain
mile*.
6. Thtt tn *��s�� grade cm be obtained
on th* hill by beginning tt or near Jam**
Pooley'* rtnoh tnd continuing np tht hill
���id* to th* ttwmill wh*r* it would strike
tb* pr**Mt road.
8. Thi* would require tb* building of
tbout fir* mil** of t ntw road wty tad
including tb* bridge, would not cott
11,000.
7. It would be of gr*tt idvaotage to
til r**ident* of thit -immunity tud b* *
great using in tin* tnd money to th*m
if thi* new road w*r* built.
Your petitioners would requut tb*
Hon. Mr. Or**n to set tbtt tbi* much
needed improvement should be mtde tud
your pttitioisrt will ��v*r pray, *tc.
Llo*-**d Vlotnalar* Dictate.
Tht general f**ling, even among Con-
lervttivM It thit Prtmtir Whitney ha*
msd* a Uotiotl blunder in dlamiteiug tb*
thre* Toronto liotUM inspectors at tb*
dictation of Dr. Beattit Neabitt.
Tb* Ntwt ttyt;
"Th* Mtion of tb* GortruBut In dia-
mining Mr. Hutingt tt th* demtad of
tbt maohine element of tht party, wk*o
it had dtUrmined upon hi* r*t*ntlon it tn
Intimation to botrdt and license officials
throughout tb* wbol* provinet that tb*
���Dforoement of Itw it Moondcry to th*
iot*r**lof tb* ConttrT��tlT�� p��rty, tnd
that whtn itt enforcement inoonfenienctt
tb* CouMrvttivt hot*lk**p*r* and timet-
tnt party intsrttti, tb* ofleialt matt halt
tud tbt party intent- b* protected tt til
hi tarda "
NIOOLA ATH-BTIO ASSOCIATION
���lacUon of IT*tn_ent and Vlc*-Pr**l_*nt
O-MH-I   BOII-M*.
Al 'hs general matting uf tht Nioola
Athletie At*oci*tion hold oo Saturdty
evening in th* Bank of Montreal Building
a large nnmbtr of mt-bert e*re in tt
Undtno*.
After th* minutes of th* previous meet
ings bad been disposed of, tha election
of pretideot took pit**, whtn A. W.
Strickland, tb* rice president wtt unani
mounly elected to fill tbtt position. A
rtcanty in th* rice presidency wm then
declared tnd Ric. A. Fr*s*r wu unani
uioualy elected to fill thtt office.
Genertl routine business wit transacted
ani th* tintnoei of tht tasocittion war*
p toed before th* meeting and w��r* very
utiafietory to tht mtmbtrt, no objection*
being mad* at to tb* manignneat of tb*
attocitiioni tffairt.
Th* proDosition of R. H. Winny it to
t town lot for asaociilioo purport* wat
accepted tnd tbe ohanos* likely trt thtt
iu the **rly ipring or *umm*r * tub-
sttntitl club house will be erected and
i h* ground* fiicd up.
The meeting id j ureed tnd a mttlinr
with Dr. Tutill io th* ebtir, ctll*d to
���orgaoite �� Hockey Club under tb* aus
pi*** of th* N. A. A. Tnd A. Howie
**��� *l*et*d captain and Sidney Smith t>
���secretary. Rule*, etc, wer* put before
th* club hy th* tatocittioa tnd t meeting
will be called later on by th* captain to
compi*t* further trrtngemtnti in thit
spoil for th* winter.
Note*.
A hotkey match, Married vt Single
i- billed for 8*turd��y afternoon tt 130
o'clock on th* rink. Thi* being th* firtt
mateb of tb* **uon it it bard to tiz* up
tb* plty*r* to girt any tip* on th* gamt.
Tb* Turkuy tboot to bt held tt Coutl**
on Stturdty Kith, promises to b* th*
vent of tb* M-ton.   A down turktyt
ban been ��eeured tnd tht competitions
��� ill be shot off without any deity.
Tb* following rules  will govern  th*
shoot-
No poop tight* allowed.
Only on* thot in etch competition.
No ruts allowed.
A rifl* will be *uppli*d by tb* itsoeittii >n
to tny on* not hiring ont of their own
Decision* of tb* committee lo be final.
-bootleg will commence tt 10 i. m.
Thot* wiihing to ihoot in tb* dil*r*ni
onmpotitiont_MO pay tht fee and bare
their names entered tnytimi before, the
tboot.
Li*t* will be open tt Nicol* tnd Ooutl**.
If lntaUmant* Corrected,
Th* Nioolt Herald hu been requetted
by K. A. Ma*on, th*'writer of tbe eom
municttion in the issue of November 83rd
r* "8oodty Trading" to oorreot two trrort
whith "Scraper Holder" mtkw in bit
communication of November 30th, on tht
tame tubjeet. Firtt. regarding tbt author
of th* letter: Doetbot wtnt tht retponai
bllity for it to rut on tny clergyman in
tbt Valley or elsewhere.   Second mi*
statement wtt, "No liquor lioeoaw be
tween CoutlM tnd 8peneM Bridge." The
rtmtrk made wt*.   "No brightly lighted
uloon*" between thou plate*.
Minuter* go to Ottawa.
Hon. R. MoBrid* tnd Hon. R. G. Tat
low, minister of finsnee, left lut Wtdnot-
day on departmenUl busintw. Tb* premier itidihit the propotid meeting of
provincial premiers to be held at tbe
federal capital to discuss th* quutlon of
"Better Tenu" for the province*, will
not beheld until tfter the tariff oommiuion
bu concluded It* labor*.
LOOK OVER WORK
DOMINION OOVNRNMHNT INBPBOTS
THI RAILWAY.
KPROVINOl IS TO BI 8URVSYED
��� "���- CROSSING OF PETIT
Will   Report    to   Oovernment   What
Work Ha* Been Done   Com pan 7
Will Receive a Portion of
Th* Bonu* Granted.
H. J. Ctmbit, engineer in charge of
tb* construction nf th* Nicolt Railway, in
company with W. McCarthy, C. K. of
Winnipeg, representing th* Dominion
Government, arrived tt Coutlee yeiterday
tfttrnoon tfttr looking over the work
done on th* rail wty rout*.
Mr. McCarthy willjreport to tbe gov-
ernment of th* r*sult. Th* object
being to sllow th* tompany t certain pur
lion of th* bonus given by tbe govern
mant u th* work proceed*.
He wu well pleated with tha work dont
to ftr tnd with Mr, Cambie returned
tbe next dty to tht maio Im* on hit
wty tut.
The work of construction bu bun gu
ing on very utitfictorily tnd it iu u
pected by the Canadian Paciho Railway
authioniits thtt Ih* 8p*UM�� Bridge Nic
ol* line will be eompleted by tb* end of
oett April,
A* yet trickltying hu not yet been
been stsrted, but it it upected tbtt the
brst rails will be laid within tb* courae ol
neit week by the conlrtctors, Mteers
Ironaide, Kanme A Canrpbell who hold *
tub contract from Messrs Lou A Mm
doo*il th* builder* of tb* road.
Tb* one tunnel on lb* line of rtilwty
it not y*t driven, but it will bt 6n_red
by th* 11m* the track* reaon it tnd al
though the grtdt has not yet been eom
ploted into Nicol* Lake, yst than i* little
doubt thtt at*el will *ov*r th* ectir* 45
mile* of road by April 30, neit.
IMPORTANT DBOISION.
Recent Judgment of Supreme Court of
Canada ln Mining Caaa.
Word received ni tb* supreme court in
tbe well known mm ot Dockitaader n.
Clirk. Th* highest Oantdito tribunal
practically decides that in deciding prim*
location cum technicalities will not pre-
rail. Spacitioally th* court find* in lo
cation cue*.
l-Th*t70dtgruiiitoogrMt t v��rt
ttion to tllow u an approiimttlon. No
met limit wtt fixed however, 97 degreM
wu tbe point involved.
2���That t location mty be wholly on
on* tidt of t loMtion line.
���t���That 1 location line mty travent
tny number of claims.
4- Thtt t ditooTcry pott may bo lo-
catad even on l crown granted claim, u
mty be lawfully covered by the location it
to be tllowtd.
From 1 mining standpoint the finding
ie one of the moil important ever given In
the Dominion. Hyconunt th* dec-ion
govern* thirteen other pending actions.
Th* Saskatchewan -lection.
Tb* Saskatchiwan elections will ttkt
plio* on Wednesday, Dee , 13th,, and not
on Stturdty Dec., Snd, u previously announced, owing to to error of of the At-
toeiatad press oorreipondint. Nomination
take* plaet on Mondty, Dee.,4.
JMimbly on January 11.
Tb* lut British Columbia Gttett* eon
talned t notio* calling lb* provincial
a-embly tog*th*r on January 11, for th*
dMpttch of butiatt*.
Sutemeot Madt by Tht Chief Oomml*-
���lo- on Th* Subject
Hon. R. F. Gram mad* 1 statement
Thurtdty which might easily b* taken
for 1 statement to indicate thtt tht Mc
Bride government inteodi to undertake t
���umv y of the prov nice of British Columbia.
Shortly after niching Vancouver th*
chief oommi**ioo*r of ltnd* ind workt
wat itktd by tht Tht World whtt Mtion
tht government propoeed to take regard
ing tb* lack of information for incoming
settlers, which wu hr< ught to tht ttten
tion of the government by the Vancouver
board of trade. It will be remembered
that at tht lut regular mealing of tbe
board a committte wm appointed to ttkt
the matter up with the government. In
thi discussion anent tht subject, numbers
of th* board aisled that tb* publio land*
of British Columbia wtr* in such 1 chaotic
���tttt thtt incomiug settlers, while they
m:ght be thit to find lands which might
suit them, had no war nf obtaining infor
malum as regards tbe till*. Local ltnd
eelhc.es throughout tbe country hsve u"
way of knowing whttbtr my certain peice
<>f lend hit bttn covered by ule, script,
pre emptmn, limner limit, mining clsim,
ranch lease, mill lite, right of wty, irriga
tion concession, townaire, laud grant to *
railway, government reserve or any oie
of 1 dozen other wtyi 10 which it mty be
mad* inace-uihl* for tettlemtnt. The
��*ttl*r, in taking up land, mty tpply to
Victorit, but from that source Iht infor
mttion ii tlwtyt (low in coming tnd is
no means rtlitbl* when it does come; to
for ill practical purpou* th* settler hti
to tab* ch*���cm on aome twenty or mora
differaat waya 10 which he mty be dit-
*��____- alter t month, 1 y��r or fivtor
tn yetrs residence- or die he has to
Imvc tb* province altogether and take
up land in Waahington or Alberta, where
they htvt mm homestead laws and on
understandable system of information.
Mr. Gnto tested thtt b* bad received
* Ittttr from tbt committM through tbe
stcrettry of the board. With regard to
tht information phase, tb* shief oommiv
���ooner Mid th* government wm d ing th*
best it could with th* machinery tl it*
commtnd. Information, Mid he, is kept
on hind by tb* bureau of information in
Victorit tnd unt from time to time to
tht different reoerd offices throughout (he
province in in effort to Ittp tb*m up tc
dtti.
Mr. Oreen candidly admitted that tb*
provinc* wm badly in ne*d of t compre-
hinnvi survey but b* Mid th* great
trouble heretofore bad bun tbtt tbtr*
wm no money with which to undertake
tbe work.
Asked why tbe government di_ not
uoderttke th* work on t small scale by
laying off th* provinM into bloekt tnd
turveying tb* block* one tt t time, tbe
thltf commissioner Mid that in th* put
th* government hu not bid money to do
cvm thit. It would oott, uid be, 980-
000 to |30,000 to keep one survsy party
in tb* field for tbe lummer. tnd Iht
government not being iblt tc find money
to look after it* road*, would mot
t bird financial problem to spare th*
money for turvtyt.
" Wt will htvt to lake tb* nutter up
now tnd do it right, "were thi communion
tr'ssignificant wordt in concluding, "Bri
ith Columbia It badly in n**d of t turvty.
E��*n th* map* of th* provinM ar* not
right," he added.
Parliament to Moot la January.
Tb* report from Ott*wt it turreot that
parlitmtnt will meet tbout Jtnutry Snd
and that tber* will be no ttrriff reviaioo
���ntil tb* following Mttion. Nothing
of oial it to be bad.
���TO  FUNDS  TO  BUILD BRIDOB  AT
THB PRM-HT TIMB.
8��b*cribt for tb* Herald, 12 per ywr.
R**ld*nu Petition Chief Commlmrio-tr
of Land* and Work* Aaklnf For
Brtdjt   May  Appear kl
Next _*tlm*tet
The Nicola Herald publishes
the followiug letter from the
chief commissioner ol lands
and works for the information
of all whom it may concern.
It is a matter ol regret that
the chief commissioner could not
see his way to comply with the
wishes of his correspondents,
and at the same time open up
a large district to possible settlers. The building of the
bridge would be a matter of
little moment financially���however, the government have
hitherto shewn a desire to promote the welfare of the settlers,
so there is yet hope for the
dwellers on the banks of Petit
creek. Below is the letter received by tlie petitioners:
Victoria, S7th, Nov. IMG*.
Messrs. C, L. Flick, Wm. Murray, J.
Rankin, A. Smith. J. Shivd, A. ClnaM.
Sir*: In raply to your letter of th* 19th
'int., with rvferer.ee to your with to hav*
t bridge built aero** tb* Nicola nvir mm
>f Pent ereek, I hive to inform you that
at the preeeni urn* then it no money
mailable for th* purpou.
Th* mad superintendent, however, will
"��� instructed to report fully concerning
the mttter, giving tn estimate of th* eo*t
tnd it will bt ttken op during th* preparation of the MtimatM for tbe coming
fiscal year.
I htvt tbt honor to be, tin, your obedient strvant, R. F. Gmin.
Cbitf Commiuiontr Lands tnd Workt,
LOCAL   NOTBS.
Chrittmss Day it only two weeks from
Mondty.
Dr. 6*rgMnt raturned Mondty tven.
ing from t trip to Ktmloopt,
Wm. Riley left Wednudty morning OB
1 business trip to Ktmloopt.
H. (ioodittoo tnd.l. Wttkineof Oou-et
were visitors to Nitol* on W*dn**diy.
Th* stores of th* Vtlley trt getting ia
their Christ mas good* which tre being p-n
on inhibition.
J. R. McGregor of Lower NiooU will
entertain a number of hie friends tt t
tocitl dinoe to bo held en Friday
���rtning in tht Lower Nioolt ball.
H. J. Ctmbit, eontutling engineer n
tb* C. P. R , tnd who hu beta In charge
of tbe work on the Nicolt rtilwty, will
Imv* tht Int of tb* you on t trip lo
England.
Letterheads, billhead*, eonlopM osn bt
htd tt tbt Nicols Herald o_m. THE   NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance. t_ a Year
NlCOU, B.C. f IKI'IMBIK 7. 1-4.
NEW SCHOOL ACT.
As the new school regulations go into force in a few
weeks the following few pointers as to school trustees and
duties will not be amiss.
The people of the districts
themselves will determine the
salary to be paid the teachers,
and the sum or sums required
for the conduct of the schools.
The salary provided by the
Government will be $40 per
month, and this sum will be
suplemented by a grant of $1
lor every dollar by which the
original amount is increased by
the district. For example, say
that the average salary in su h
district is $50 per month: in
order to maintain this basis the
government contributes $40
plus $5, or half the ten dollar
increase, and the district need
only raise $5 a month for salary. The Government will
make such supplementary grant
up to any sum not exceeding
$100 a year in each district,
School houses will also be er
ected by the Government in
rural school districts which are
not yet provided with school
hodses and in any district which
may hereafter be organized.
Trustees holding office at
the time this Act comes into
force shall continue in office
and preform all the duties of
trustees under this act until
their successors are elected in
accordance with the provisions
of this act.
It is the duty of the secretary
of trustees to post notices call
ing the first meeting lor the
election of trustees under the
new act. These notices to be
posted in at least threeconspic-
uous places in the district,
one of which must be the
school house.
At lenst ten days notice
must be given of all school
meetings.
The first meeting for the election of trustees unde. the
new act will be held on Thursday, January 11 th. 1906, and
thereafter the annual general
meeting shall be held on the
Thursday following the second
Monday in January.
At the general meeting in
January. 1906 three trustees
shall be elected for each school
one to serve one, two and thret-
years respectfully, and for two
years thereafter reckoning there
from, and from that time onward until his successor shall
have been elected;
Trustees must meet at least
once in every three months,
Appointment and dismissal
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is hereby given that hunthig or
shooting on tne property of the Douglas
Lake Cattle Company it forbidden. Any
peraon or pernio* bunting or shouting
on th* above property will be prosecuted
under the lections of tbe Game Act.
J. B. Giuvu.
In ippetrsncf the STA-ZON
it unexcelled. It it tecure,
durable tnd comforttble. Stt-
Zon hu .countersunk tcrew*
which will not come loo*
We will glsdly supply * -tw
mounting for vonr old lentet
or retest your eye* for new onet.
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAWLOnPS
KA--OOP8. A8HCROIT,  YALE AND
BI-ILKAMKKN .MINIMI DIVISIONS OF YALE DISTRICT.
NOTICE Is herebv given that ill placer min
Ins claims legally held in the Kamloons.
Axhcrort. Yale and Similkameen Mining Illv
s���as will be laid over from the 1st day of
November enaulng to tbe 1st day nf Mar, 1906.
0. U TCNSTALL,
Gold Commissioner.
Kamloopa, October Uth, 1906.
of teachers is in the hands of
the trustees, and special attention is called to the provisions
of the act, which stipulates tha1
only such persons as hold certificates )f qualification from
the educational department for
the safe keeping of the schoo
funds, as provided in section 97.
Immediately after a meeting
at which funds have been voted
for the carrying on of the school
it shall become the duty of the
trustees to supply to theasses-
or of the district a statement of
the sum so voted, which sum
shall be levied and collected by
the assessor.
The council of public instruc
tion shall pay over half-yearly
to the board of school trustees
of each rural school district, the
amounts collected by provincial
or municipal assessor from such
district under the provisions of
this act.
The trustees must also have
charge of the appointment and
dismissal of teachers in accordance .with the following provisions.
To select and appoint (from
among those properly qualified)
the teacher or teachers in the
school district of such trustees
and to remove or dismiss such
teacher or teachers upon giv
ing thirty days notice before
the close of the term, to the
teacher or teachers of such intention of removal and dismis
sal, and the reason or reasons
therefore.    The trustees shall
upon notification from the coun
cil of public instruction of the
inefficiency or misconduct of
the teacher, give such teacher
thirty days notice ot dismissal
"School Year" shall mean
and include an ordinary calen
dar year, beginning on the 1st
of January and ending on the
31st of December, and shall be
divided into two terms of six
months each, a summer one terminating on the j 1 day of December, and a winter term ending on the jO day of June.
KAMLOOPS. NICOLA AND PRINCETON
ASSESSMENT DISTRICT-
NOTICE is hereby given that Court cf Rev-
on tnd Ap esl under the "Assessment Act
1903", foi the Kamloops, Nicola and Princeton
Assessment Districts, will be held at
The Court Honse, Kamloops, Monday, Dec.-
18th, 1SU5, at 11 t.m.
The Court House, Nicola. Wednesday, Dec.
Hth 1906*111 a. in.
Tht Court House, Princeton, Stturdty, Dee.,
30th at II a m.
Dated at Kamloops, Nov: 15th, A. D. 1906.
ALEC. D. MACINTYRK,
Judge of said Court
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
Iu re Kttite of
ANTOINE GODEY,
TENDERS will be received by the under
signed for the purchase of the Cattle, Horses
and other personal property, and the real estate of the late Antolne Oodey.  Terms cash.
Particulars thereof mty be obtained from
Peter Marquart, Nicola, H, C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRK,
Offllrtl Administrator, County of Yale,
Ktmlooijis, B. C.
__TOT__C_
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN fiat tn tppli
cation will be made to I he Legislative Assembly
of the Province of Hi lush Columbia at its next
Session for an Act to Incorporate a company
with power to acquire, purchase, construct and
operate the undertakio gs of the Vancouver
a<ed Coast Koo enay Itailway (omuany; the
Alberni andCowichan Railway to i pany; the
Kamloops tnd Atlln Railway (ompany; the
Midway and Vernon uailway ('timpani, audio
acquire all the rights, power* and privilege,.
of the said companies and with power to
exercise til the powers contained in the act, nf
inoorpora ion of the said companion; with
power to acquire, purchase, construct and
operate the undertaking" of tny other Ktil
war Company or Companies
and with power to subscribe for and
purchase Ihe stocks, bind", debe tures or othe
securities of an)other Railway Company; and
to exchange the stock or other bnnds, stock tie
hen nro or auy othersecurlties of the company
in be incorporated, for the shares, de
bentures, bnnds or other securities of any other
Hallway Coin tuny; and wuh po��er to Increate
the capital nf the < ompany to be Incorpo ated;
tnd with power to issue shires as fully paid up
and lo beinow money on the companies assets
by any form or security; and with power to
promote any Railway Company or Companies,
or m amalgamate with any com, any or run
panic-; and with all oilier and nee ssarypowers
conducive to the carry Ingoulof the Company'��
undertakings.
Hated at Victoria H.C., this -nd day of
November. 1905.
JtUBKRTSUN _ ROBERTSON,
Solicitors fur the Applicants.
For up to dtte job printing nod your
irders tu the Nicula Herald office.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tn ap
���i'-utiiiii will be made to the Legislative As-
���nimbly of the Province of British Columbia at
its next Station for an Act extending ihe time
within which the Vancouver tnd Coast koote
nay Railway company has to complete Its line
of Railway, and empowering the said Railway
company to build from some point on it-* line of
railway to Kamloops In the Province nf Brlti h
Columbia
Dated at Victoria, B. C, this Sad day of
November, 1905.
ROBERTSON k ROBERTSON,
Solicitors for tbe applicants.
PRINCETON
NICOLA
JUST ARRIVED
Direct from Halifax a complete
stock of    	
Men's and Boy's Suits, Pants
in the famous
"Halifax Homespun Tweed"
We are the only firm in the Valley carrying this line of goods and the prices being
no higher than the ordinary Tweed, it will
pay you to inspect them before purchasing elsewhere.
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GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
METROPOLITAN
MEAT HARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Venl, Pork
and Sausage
Order* throughout the District receive careful attention and promptly delivered
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
JAWEit  POOI.KV a      Proprietor
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SM TH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Horseshoing done in
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will receive
prompt attention.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given thtt (SOdayij after date
I Intend to to'!��� to the Hun the i hief Cn��.
ini-Kliinir nf I���nl- ml Works fnr perm salon
tn purchase t ��folln�� In* described I <nd It���at-
ed one mile and one half ,N of the Lower Nlcila
post office.
< 'iiiiiii'cin'iiiK tt a pout marked f.f*. thence W
forty chain", thence South f ��� ty 'hales, thence
Kast forty chain-, thence North <n point of
commencement and contt-lig forly acre*
more or le��".
Dated at Lower Nicula this Hint day of September, 1909.
,.   ���__��� I'- KI.ICK.
NOTICE.
sht) days tfter d. e I Intend to apply to ihe
cliH'f ''iiiimii���iiiiiit of lamie. ii��� ork> lur per
mission to piircliaxeMn acres mounoain p��-ture
land, dmcribed asMlowic. commencing ai post
No. 1, VI K. Tlnniie'B - K. corner, thenoe N 89
chains, Ihence VV Ml chains thence 8 RU chains,
thence K 811 chain". The lann Ih situated In
Otter Valleyand adjoins- It.odd's pre-empting.
19th OcU906. ML*_���LYNNJ!L
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ClOURT NICOU, Nn. Ml, A.O. "., rneelj
'  second and fourth Pridav in ea h month
at 8 p.m., in I'noloy'e Hall.    Visiting hiathreo
cordially invited.
, Rio, A. Khasku. ���". R.
A   II. I AHKINOTI1N   MIC.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1892   1905
BBW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
Rev. W. J. SiPPKtu, B. A , B.D.
Rev. J. P Bowell, Bunar.
A complete O'Rimersial and business
course. Students prepated to gain teach-
in certificates nf all grades. In univtr
any work s full course rta the B. A. decree of Tiorniitee University.
Instruction given in Music, Art, Phyi
ctl Culture tnd Elocution.
Send f'ir C��lH.ndtr.
Subscribe fur tbe Herald. $2 per jetr.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing a specialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B.C.
Notice.
Notice it hereby given Im' within slily days
from dtte I Intend making application lo Ins
Hon.Comm it-loner if I���nd" and Works for
permission o purchase 320acres of pasture land
in the Kumlonps I vision of Yale I)l��trlct;
situaten a�� follows: ooimenoing at a "lake al
I lied VV i in no r of i he lann; tunning ihence
Kast 80 chains, the..c. Nnrth 40 chains, tinnier
vv e-i M> chains, thence Sou h 10 chains, to the
point of commencement.
Geo. Bent.
September, tl. i90&.
Notice.
Neelie'C I" hlTI'll)gl ��� I'll  tll.ll   Within "III)   lISV"
from date 1 intend making application tu the
Hon I 'o'liinih-i. eiier of Und" and works for per
mis-inn to purchase Ain acrns of pasture land In
the Kamlooia Division of Yale I Hsu in. situated
as follows: Commencing at a slake a> ihe N, VV
corner of Indian Kese.vc on Quilchena Creek,
running theme Sou.h 80 -hains, thi n e West
SOchains, thenoe Nirth 8H -haiii". thence Kast
80 chain" to the poiut of commencement.
T. H. JON1C8.
Simli min r. Mlh. 190ft.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that within 60 days
from date 1 intend making application to the
Hun. I ninniiieeiiinei' ,at Lw.nd" and Works for
per'"i"-ii'ii in purchase .Ve" acres more or le"" ol
mountain pasture land in the Kaihlonns Devie-
loin oof Yale District, si'uatcd t" follows, commencing at a" e'ke' 10 shallit W. of the N. K
(���"rnernrsec II) I'. 100: running thence ��,. oil
chain*, thence N. 40chalnB,theme K. 40chains,
thence N. 45 ohains more nr less In stump Lake
ihenee f*> W. along the E hank of Stump Lake
lOu chains in the point iof enmmocrment, eon
laming Mn acres more or less. Al-o; Commencing at it K corner nf L 999 G. 1 thi nee North
15.M chain", thence Kant*"' hains.ihencc Smith
1.1 chains to tho N. bank nf Stump Lake, thence
We"l along Slump Lake 40 chains to t he point
of commencement, containing GO acres more
or less.
I. A. I'ALMKK
September, 30th, 1904.
��� THE  NICOLA  HERALD
_-_-
INHURAMCB
COMPAN1-B 180UHD
	
Important Report to _____��� Bunru-
ment on OtlurilMi Companl**
W, Fiijgerald, g��u��rtl *uperiotoDdent
of innurance, in ce mpliano* with Ih* re
quest of Ih* minuter uf friitnoe, ttOttawt
wrilet t special report on ihe tubjeot of
insurance. It dult with the iiispMtioo
of insurance companies The principle
object of inspection, ���*/* Nr Kiiigerald,
it to Verify 'he 1**1 sworn sialement of
theoompaoy made to bit office, to tee ll
il corresponds with lb* record of l.l*
compsny If il it Dot corrtct then ih-
iniiiister tnd parliament la advised Ct*e-
are rare when wilftl iniirtpteeeiitaii'.n
tre made io relurua for tht purpose of
concealing th* true standing aud conditions of t company.
Than tb* total c��lh receipts uf the
company tre ascertained aud the dis| utai
of tht cash Mounted for in eiprndtturi
for losses tod other returns to policy
holders or for the genertl eipenset of lhe
company. Io thit way it found tho M��c
amount of the cash which the company
has available *tch year for innst merit
Investment* tre neier loot tight ol
but triced from yesr lo yetr, ,
"Welaow,"*aid Mr. fjttgtrtld "how
much t com pan J htt ttptldtd oa capital
account nf it real estate, how muoh it hat
lioai.nl on security of real male, or on
���tucks tnd bonds, and how much it hat
eipended on etucks, bonds or debentures
both in these iteoit u t wholt tnd tlso in
ttch ttptrtte block of ���.scanty forming
tny ont item. We tlso know the exac
amount which htd been Untied to policy
holdert on security of their p 'lioiee Out
oomptny made t false return, but it it out
of buaiuess aud the olhoitla hav* diaap
peered from Canadian imurance.
The Ctnadian nitnager of t British eom
pany understate<f the rsserve of tn un
etrneil premium liahilily aud th* eomptoy
had lo make tn additional deposit. The
company thortly tfttr went into liquidation. Tha dtpotit paid til th* Canadian
elaiinaniain full and let tn the reinsurance
of all Canadian ritka with tnntbtr fioanied
company.
M_RCH_NT8 BOYCOTT 0, P. R.
Meeting of Merchant* and Shipper* at
Vancouver Pas* Resolution..
The following self eiplana'ory resolu
tion wa* passed   hy th* merthtott and
shippers of Vancouver smi I great tnthu
titsm tt tht meeting held tt th* hoard of
trade rooms on Thursday evening.   A
Blinding vote wtt ttken tod mtn jumped
on their chairs in tbeir eagerness to ei
prest their full accord with the tentiments
, upraised in th*  resolution, strong tt
thot* sentiment!   trt.   Mot t contrary
vote wu offered.   Th* mask  it off tnd
the fight it on.
The following it tht resolution.
"Whereas tht merchante of the British
Columbia ooait cities have it different
time* shown to th* Ctnsdisn Pacific
Company th* unjust discrimination that
' exist* against these cities in ftvor of tht
Eastern Canadian thipping centers with
reference to freight rites to Kootenay and
Alberta pointt: tnd where** wa hiv*
��� repeatedly requetted tht Canadian Pttjfio
Railway, through itt officials, to remove
tueh ditcriraiattion by granting ut equal
freight ratst with Winnipeg skipper* to
Edmonton, Ctlgtry tnd Maoleod.
"And whereat tbe Ctntditn P*ei6r
Rail wty Company bu refused to grant ut
thit contttsion. knowing said onucetsion
to be within our rightt;
"Rotolved thtt we, the merchant* tnd
shippers of Vtncouvtr tnd New We*t
���i-ttet, rteo-t thit Inymtie* o"on* o*,
tnd do hereby bind ourselves to use every
effort on our part to bring evtry influtnoe
tnd prottur* directly tnd indirectly with-
out power to bear upon the Ctnadian
Pacific Railway company, to thow our
ditipprovil of such iu justice to u,. nntil
oor requttt for equtl rate** with Winnipeg ha* bom granted.
'"Wtll knowing tbtt our oonttntion for
this ooncusion it in th* interett of the
provinee of British Columbia tnd would
work no injuttict upon tny ptrt of it, wt
hereby request the individual support of
all good cititen*."
AB HISTORICAL DISCC VBRT.
Preof BiUbllihed  That ChrlaUanlty
wm Pi act lc*d In Pomp* 11.
A dispatch from Rome says; The tint
indication that th* chriatian religion *u
kg.own in Pumpeii hefor* it* destruction
in th* year, bas juat be*n uneir'htd at ���
depth of mora than ten feet on the north
west *id* of tb* city while tome egctvtt
inn* were being mad* under order* of tb*
Italian (loveronjeiit,
Tbe hitturjcal treasure uncovered it t
terra eottl lamp luch u the poor cleases
of R i-aua used, tud it bean t iu nog ram
of Chritt surrounded by terowu of l*ame
It is tvidtmtly the work of th* hrst ceti
tury, tnd itt discovery hts caused the
greatest sensation tmong trcheoliogtiti,
tl it Wu believed Christianity wu eB'trely
unknown to tbe inhabitant- of tha doomed city.'
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres,situated near Doug-
l-S'Lake, wt|h all necessary implements anil also stick. For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 6. .
Springbank Ranch, July 14th. !906.
Horace F. Evans
GEOLOGIST
flshcroft   m   m   B. C.
Mine eiaminationt tnd reports, Oeo-
logical ooiidiiioiii of Thompton River
country t specitlty. Disinterested tnd
dep*ndtble report* furnished.
W. J. KERB
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. 0.
All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jtwtlry,
etc., k*pt in stock.   Wedding pretent* t specialty.
First c.ltss repairs dont on ihort notice
tnd returned at one*.
THB PLACB TO BUT TODR
SMOK-N- OOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMUIOPS
Full stock of Domestic and Imported Cigars.
and the best, smoking tobacco tlwaji at) hand.
Drop lo and enjoy a quiet game of Billiards.
Agent fnr Ihe Pioneer Nleam 1���unolr). Vain ou
ver.   Laundry ship coed every Stiunlay.
IIOTKI.K
MONTRKAL HOTiTU Ktmloons, Ntpoleon
I-lii'iiiniiillc. proiirletnr. First class In
every particular. Hood wines, Liquors and
cigars,   Stabling In connection.
KAMLOOPS HOUSK, P. Herod, propriei
Best stock of wines, liquors and cigar
ietor.
Igars in
the Interior. Just the spot fora nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. When in Kamloops
call In.
GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL, Kamloopa  The
nearest hotel to Ihe railway station,.   The
only envnenient hotel for travelers.     Oood
rooms, good table, good liquors.    Two large
sample rooms.   P. A. Itarnhart, proprietor.
Oood stabling in connection.
ASHCROFT HOTEL. The most convenient
hotel for visitors in AshcrofI. The best of
table board Hot ana cold baths. Our retire-
sentaiive meets all trains. Johnson It Perkins,
proprietors.
NOTICE
arked B. H. Trum
sing on tbt
tmarl
Commencing at a
bull, N. K. corner, being on tbt weal line of
Ind Reserve near Coutlee, 'hen running west to
the N R oorner nf raw I location No, lew thence
-outh 240 chains, theace East to Ind Reserve,
thence North 20 chains thence Fast 10 nhalns,
' hence North urn chains, thence kast 10 chains,
thence Nor1 h 120 chains to point nf commencement, being all the land bet ween ooal claims
No.s. 1616, 1647, 1649 and the India* reserve,
Conatitigg of tbout (10 acres.
BH. TRUMBULL IiOcttor.
H. F. Arguat, Agent.
Coutlee, R C. OtL 3 Uv_
4
If you Need Anything
in tbe
Line, send your work to the undersigned
All  orders   finished  in t workmtstkip
manner.   Cabinet work a specialty.
J. R. nluOREdOR,
Lower Nicolt, H. C.
For np to date job printing tend your
orders to the Nioolt Btrtld office.
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL
I* prepared to take contract! for
ttwing lumber tnd getting oat;
timber. .
���Ue-er-1 Mill t ontwu Eie��_|e_
PRlCM MODERATE
Parties wishing work can hive dime
promptly sttended te by tpplying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicolt, B. C.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charlei Deharro,' Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITY,       .   -      B. C.
Headquarter*    for   Summit,   Rahhitt
DMUn'ain, Tulameen river, Beiulder, Bear
nd Kelly creek camps.   (I sod Fishing
tnd Rotting.
P. O, Addreu:   Aipen Grove,
���top at the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Root, Scon, Proprietor
When  traveling  on  the Nicola road
Convenient place for traveler*, with good
accommodation.
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKE. R C.
Firtt diss board and' lodging by the
dty week or month. Every tttention
given to the travelling public.
Mrh. Riley, Proprietress.
I-Hit
Unequalled as a
S-ntnie* Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always Feady. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B. 0.
I
BLAIR & CO.
'
-DEALERS IN-
;' ' General Merchandise
Ooutjee, B. C.
DRY OPOpi QRCJCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
��� MINERS* SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
r Aeaident Affwt* ln Nicola for the
KOTAL, and LONDON - LANCA8HIRB J"IR_ IN9URANOB OO.'S
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets       ....       $135,124,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt Bon. Lord Btrathcona and Mount Royal, O.O. M. O.
VIC'B PRESIDENT, Sir Oeo A Drummonrl _ O M. O
OKNHRAX MANAO-R S 8 C-0U8T0B
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $1.00 and upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
R. M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
good stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola,      -     -     ���     B. 0
Rosedale fjoiise, ^oWer Nicola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.      ���      ���      -
S. J. WOODWARD
STB W A FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
.11. km
and %, Lines
also Oeneral Llvory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. O.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday lor Nicola Lake, Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every Sunday  6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK   :-:   JOB WORK THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
There will b* t turk*y shoot tt Coutl**
uu Saturday 16th.
Jam** Chapman of  Forkedsla   tpent
W*dn**day In town.
E. Walksr wtt in from hit ranch in ths
Coldatttr ttctioi Thursday.
J. Ntth of Qnilehtnt wu vlaititt, in
Nitol* (or t ihort timt (bit w**k.
Bu��lnee�� Locale
8mok* Interior or La Morent Cigars.
Marcus Woodward���for ehttp Inmber.
8e*d o*tt tnd   wh**t for til* by K.
H. Winnr.
Ordtre for lumbar promptly filled by
Mtreus Woodwtrd.
A fin* selection of Christmas card* tt
Th* PtopiVsHfor*.
Mrt W. Voght of Foiktdtlthtt been
quit* ill th* past week, but is now oonvtl-
esoent.
Jtt. Pooley wtt liking t tour of tht
district thit wttk in tht vioinity of Doug-
laiLtkt.   	
Tht aeatsiment roll for tht Nicolt district it being made up by flov*rnm*nt
Ag*nt Murray.
Mr. tnd Mrt. Jot. Guiehon Mitt io
from Quilchena Mondtr tv.ting and lift
nut morning fnr tht cotst.
In (hi* issue ii in tn ad from R. H
Winny c*llin>2 for tenders for th* disposal
ot ifty htad of hr**ding enw* tnd heifers
A. II Owen hit disposed nf kl* ranc*i
on th* Mammette Lake road to th* Lav-
cock Brotatr*. Mr. < wen contemplates
t trip to Fastern cities.
Frank J. King whn ia engaged in ranch
Ing in th* Coldwater section, loft Tue*
d*y morning for Chalfitld, Minnesota,
where he will spend th* winter.
Low*r Nicolt wtttr powtr taw mill,
owned by Marcus Woodwtrd.
Whtn you wtnt t good smoke tak for
th* Interior or La Mortn* Cigar, manufactured hy tht Inland Cigar Factory,
Kamloopa.
Tht A E Hows* Co., Ltd.. now htve
on hand th-ir Christmas supply of Jtptn
eee oranges, nut*, raisin*, peel, fig*, dales
cranh*rriN and currant*. Everything
for Chrittmv.
JIM   Kl.il.nin
A fall stock of up to dtte goods to
supply tht  H��roc*t  tnd Saddlery
trade of Nioolt district. Call  or
tend your orders for
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc.
Specialty mad* of Cowboy Outfit*.
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� . B. C
Leave your orders with V I. Barwick,
for 'urnher who is agent for tht Nico't
Portahlt Bteani Saw Mill he can help you
pita out in order.
.Iu��t arrived ar "Th* People* Store" a
ihipment of Boots, Shoes tnd slipprrr,
tlso aome n<ce pieces of dress good *nd
fluaeleltes A new itnck of confectionery
to trrive in t few days.
Tht regular osee'ing of Court Nicolt,
A. 0 F. will he htld in the Lndg* mom
toin'irreiw night. Officer* for tht en-
mini; ttrm will ba nominated tnd gtneral
busineu transacted.
Meetn. 0. M. Rrtsh tnd J. Kirrpton,
entertained a few friends tn t uncial *v*n
Ing of **rd* and tinging tt thtir qutrttrt
on Tuesday evening, whtn t most *njoy
thle timt wtt tpett.
During the ptat week good sksting htt
been htd nn Nicnlt rivtr tt th* outlet nf
the Lak* tnd preparations were mad* fnr
t good rink but nnforiunttely, th* rain
and soft weather changed tht plant to
torn* eitent.
A Kataar nnder the auspices nf th*
Ladies' Quild nf the Onnreh o f England
will he held ia I'wley't Hill nn Tueedtt
afternoon, Detemher Uth. All trt onr-
dially invited to attend tnd hriag their
chickimnn.
Mr. Hart of Portland, who wat in Nic
ola last week left for th* Similkameen nn
Friday, wher* h* will attend to mm*
buaineei he htd on hind. lie will re
torn thi* wty tnd look ovtr eotl property
In thi Coldwater Motion.
The election of school trust*** under
th* new tot will ttkt place on January
11, liKM, til ovtr tht provinM in rural
districts. In the town of Nicolt thtr* i>
���very probability nf considerable interesi
being taken in the election as wt under
tttnd thtr* tr* severe! ipplictnt* who
wtnt to serve on the school hoard.
NOTICE.
50 HEAD COWS & HEIFERS
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to January
7th, for the disposal of 50 head
of breeding cows and heifers.
Sale reserved.   R. H. Winny.
Nicola, Dec. 7th.
If vnu tr* thinking nf huilling now is
th* time to g��t your orden cot in is to
hav* ih* lumber dry when the long diys
com* tnd th* e*rp*nt*tt can work with
pleasure. Remember th* name, The
Nicolt Portahlt Steam taw Mill.
For th* best in th* hern-wand ttddltry
tin*, m* Barwick'* litest enneignmt-t.
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND IAliON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Commiaeion, lii��uranct
ind Oeneral Agent.
Main Hirwl Kamloops
Pltct your nid*r* with Th* Porttr.lt
Steam 8aw Mill, til work guaranteed.
Just arrived,ftahinntblt moulding knives.
Whv n**d to Imv* your hou��a unfinished
for wtnt of moulding!. Idge tnd grain
flooring nf firtt quality, will o��t wetr three
floors mad* of flat grata. Window t**h
mad* to order.
THE KOOTENAY
STEEL RANGE
I* all sites aad ttrles. Guarantee*;
trtleli. Our sales havt already
mart thai doubled tho** of Ittt jear
Our leader la th* 9 bole Steal Ran*;*
fer $46. rr.anufact.ured bj Mri'larj
Mfg. Co.. alau a full lit* ot
Air Tight Heater.
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010  Westminster   Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
H.��.'. Uraw* Mock  ot fruit and
Ornamental Trees.
Apple Trees;! and 3 j ear old*: 115 to M Dei
100. -wording lo va> Im i. One-year-olds, 4 to !���
fe*t.|IOto|l2|M��rl<K)
Eit'a nlee ��tock ot Cherry. Peach, Plum
Apricots, H''.. now g'owlng f> r fall orders. Ni
expense. loss or d>Uy n( funilsa ion or insprr
tkw. Let me iirieyuur lint bi-i ore placing you e
order   ('ulelioo/frr.
Oreenhouee Plant-. Floral Work. Ree 8ap
���lies, fruit l'aekm(ie��. Fertilisers, tie,
M. J  HKMRY,
Ml* Weetminsler (toad.       V'aNomjviK, H ('
Q. H. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
RIAL -STAT-       INSURAltO-
T*ropor��ry ..(Bo-���8t*w��rt'e Stage   Big
NICOI.A   R  fJ,
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
OHIcial Administrator
Ofloa���Tonimercial Block, east of Post Offlce.
 Ktmloopt, B.P.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Rarrister, Solicitor and   Notary  Puhlic
(Itllae:   Ka-t nf Ihe Canadian Rank nf Com
men*, south side of Victoria street, Ktmloopt.
Money to loan on real eetete security.
HARDIMAN & 00.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply A_t"
���rou���
Mining contractors,'farm machinery, buggies.
Hitler, sleighse'c. bead tor onr list >>f ram,
.i'id milling properties. Reports on mining nro
,1 rt.iim through the District,   Cable a-ldre-o.
Auriim."  Codes: llroinhall. More.ng k Neal,
A. H. U. 41 h.
Warehouse   ( aiefnrd. Nicolt Vtlley, R. C.
< 1IKIS. (M Till I I
A. K. ('. 8c London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, R. C.
Aeaays and analyses ot Ores, Coal and In!
duetrla' product*.
-amplaa by mall or stage receive prompt
_*���_______���_
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch. Clock
tnd .le*olry rei aire done in
firtt class order and satisfaction guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will ba
completed and returned without delay
H. N. t AMPBEI.I. A l'��.,
C. P. R Time Inspector*. Kamloops
MOORE'S
NON-LEAKABLE
FOUNTAIN PENS
Ar* ���!<���_. to H��__lt)
Do** not Ink, tlwtyt ready for ut*.
Will not toil the finger*. Fitted with
points to suit tveryhody. Positively
th* best Foountain  Pen thtt is mad*.
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORB
Kauilo'ii s tud Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. 0.
All kinds of repair work don* in t
neat ind (ttitftctory manner tnd in ihort
uotice.
Horseshoeing
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
THE FOLLOWING TO ARRIVE THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK.
Codfish, Shrimps, Kippers
Mephisto Lobsters.
Cut Peel in Tins      Shelled Almonds
0 & B. Marmalade,  TOGO Rice
Icings California Figs
Smyrna Figs Milk Chocolate
McLaren's Cheese   Wetheys Mince Meat
Campbell's Assorted Soups.
TO ARRIVE IN A FORTNIGHT
Japanese Oranges.
Confectionery, etc.
AR.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NICOLA, B. C.
��� If PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.'
THE BIG GENERAL STORE
STOVES AND TINWARE
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Granite and Tinware from the McClary Manufacturing Co,
of I ondon, Ont. The best makers in
Canada
GENTS FURNISHINGS
Shipments of Fall and Winter Goods,
Men's Underwear, Top Shirts, .">uits, Over
coats, Reefers, etc, just received.
LADIES' GOODS
Skirts, Blouses, Golf Jackets, Walking and
Skating Roots, and all the latest in Dress
Goods, Silk Blouses, etc.
LUMBER YARD
All kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
in stock.   Flooring, Rustic, and Shiplap,
GROCERIES
The best of everything that can be bought
at lowest prices,
i
ll
Life and Fire Insurance Agent
Lower Nicola,
Notary Pub'ic
B. c.
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling tn Connection. Teleph ne Connection

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