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THE NICOLA HERA
Vol. I.   No. 29.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1905.
$2 a Year.
TURKEY SHOOT
CONSUMUTION OP COPPER.
A London Expert's Opinion Concerning
The Stocks and Values.
A certain amount  of nerviiuatn>as hss
found eipresiion lately with regard Iu the
poisiMe over production of tapper, siys
Another Shoot Will be Held at Coutlee Itne I**** Financier.    Pnder these eir-
AT  qUILCH-NA   LAST  SATURDAY
AFTERNOON.
A. 0. F. ENTERTAINS
ENJOYABLE   EVENING   GIVEN  TO
THEIR FRIENDS.
on Saturday,   December  16th.
General Association Notes,
Meeting on Saturday.
The Turkey Shout under lhe iiisnice-
'if the Nicula Athletic Aianciatinn he'd a'
Quilcht-nt laat Saturday afternoon was
��� ell aiteiulrd and a general success..
The shoot commenced aliout two anil
i-ontmui'il till dark, when the balance of
the birds were roettled.
The winners in lhe competitions  were:
100 yards, W. A   Jackson.
7o yards Freel A.  House.
100 yards H. V. Inskip
60yarils, laolio's, Mrs.  Pooley.
7fi yards, ootisnlatiun, f. *T. Auvache.
W. A. tacks-mi if Quilchena made the
nnly bullaeye.
Another turkey shunt under the ius.
pices of the association will Im heM at
Ce'Utlee nn S^turHav, Pen, lfi when a
di>E<-n turkeys will be ceempefed for.
Nicola* Fraternal  Society   Hold* an
'At Home" to Its Friends After
the Last Meeting.   A Large
Attendance.
WAR OVER AT MIDWAY.
Two Railways Awaiting Decision of
The Court*.
There lias bee* n��i new developments
thio, weiok on the railway con*tructinr war
between the C P. It and the V V | |,
or th- Gr-at Northerns! Midway. Soire
time laat week the fe rmer laid off the
hundreds of men who were getting freim
W tn ?.") per day fur holding pusses-inn of
nine's N'n._"''3, seiine five niih-s west of
Midway, la the O.P R.   now   has an   in
"SUNDAYTRADING"
QUESTION   DISCUSSED   FROM   ANOTHER POINT OF VTEW.
Views  of a   'Scraper Holder," Whoa*
Welfare Has Been Taken Car*
of By Correspondence tb*
Pott Two Week*.
ii instance! a coinniunicati n jiint received
from a gentleman "I considerable anthnr
ity on the metal exchange is  interesting.
He i-peaks is follows:   "Coti-iimption
in Kurope has never been as gnnd hs now, IM members Ol CoUft NlC     r** and the Oreat Northern is mov
and stocks were never so |e,w.   The con ola   of   the   Ancient   ()rJt:r ,,f i"K"'t"l""l'rl��"'"he land needed.    In
tinued decline in our supplies ,s getting |,���r,.st(.rs   -,<.���,   <',lt home
their friends Oil Friday evening  ^aw*. Clergymen and nth. rs have beens writ-
and a royal time whs had by I   ln'h""""""'""'-'h" ,!r>"" Northern m^f^t��mmtiutwtm*4m*mn
alarming There are now only 8000 ravis
in Nt>ck in England auel Frauco, of which
BOUO tons are in bar copper (standard) in
Kngland. Out of this over 3(100 tuna ire
alreaily soid In consumers, leaving barely
JioOO tons as counters for the WorldV cop
per market, and moat of this ��il
disappear into furnaces during the Ml
few nioiiihs. Our market is cnnaideiablv
oversoold in shown by the large backward-
ation.   We are very bullish."
To thia testimony concerning copper
i'iii-i-N iii Kurope may be added the fol
nwing cable  inforniatinn received   from
KlitnrThe Nicola Herald,St:-What't
all this talk ab.out ua chaps, Sundays?   I
Slid that there  were  some  men  on thi    take it We're none of us up here in Niool*
'   pavrull nf  bnth  companies at   the sam.    f'T our health - we're all after the dollar*.
roya.
; c'eiitractora are preei-eeeliiie. nrjih the work open OB Sundays. Well, if we gooes to
t le large Dttmbef WHO partook <t lM rnM| in Myers creek canym. hu' ' hurch it'l dollars, dollars, dollars. If we
of the ForeStefS hospitality, are put to*-r_M*t*M�� iiiriuiv-ii'eni'e  i ��< to * stone it's dollars, dollar", dollar-
Alter   the    business   of    the   "'" 1,'""l",l'l,, ""'""l:"n*-lr r'"'k ���  **    li we stays in  camp it's  dollars in  tht
f re, as the inati'rie.1 haa to l.e   put wher   ''"inpany's store, so what's the poor rail-
regular meetingVas concluded ��� pi-,,..., ������ h* f���Und
the lodge room wai opened to   attwippHc*"""
the guest, and gamei of diner-
kinds were indulged in inter.
iperaed with music and singing
mad man to do,
'In- i-.eiiria as to A msn as I'm told in clergyman writes
win. the nuhtful posses-i n of the block tu your paper saying as how there ain/t
f land iSelungiil it was de.-ided  in  favor   no liquor 'tween here ami Spences Hridg*
New York received hy a city office from  untj| |lear e|even 0'c],,ck, wht'l)
us agent;''Cnpper very firm; consumption
refreshments were served,
very good.   Sput copper scare*, extremely.   We loot fur an advance mUm you     Alter justice had been  done
grow weaker. ;���   rjigpofpng   of    the.    dainty
A general meeting  nf  lhe  aaswsiitinn  I    ���       i     j i i
,,,,..    u   .    f M n.    , viands dim iiisr was the order
...he held   in  the   lions   of  IVliintreal n
building on Sahir'ay evening, December' ' lOf H short tllllt'.
2nd.    A�� business nf importance ia to he     If there is a chalice to b.mm bq*in*t-,
transictedafull membership should be in   -����� it.    Whenisked about i competitor
uftheC. P. It.
LOCAL   NOTES.
Mra. Wm. Riley ���� visiting in Quil
chen* this seek.
Mis Iliilmaii  of the Triangle ranch.
Quilchena, waa in town last Friday.
aell, that cuts no ice, for any Siwash will
.���el til the whisky he wants miy time, and
you bet the white man 'ain't a going to
'���e left.   So long mate,
SlKAFEK   HoLDKB.
Mr. Burrell is authority for the state-
iiieni that he will be a candidate for the
Mayoralty at the commg elections in
liraiid Forks.
attendance.
A committee of Rev. Gen    Mason and
CRISIS IN ENGLAND.
.leis. Collett o' P-i.e Grove ranoh am1
Itii'bard Clark were in Nicola thu  week
The   i olitical situation
in
or his business dont change cotintenan n
and act aa if you had a pain in the stum
��ch���smile and tell the gnnd pnints
I There is a lot of good in the worst of us.
A. W'. Strickland aremakiiu.' arrangmen'sj Hide your little hammer and speak well
forahockeycluhinconneo'.rin with the  "f all, nn matter ho* small yu may know I Balfour's   recent  Speech,    JUg-  changed to Hardiman A Co.
asaociatioii.   A meeting  of   h.ickey   en-  yourself to be     When a stranger drops! srt,"Stilltj that Unless   the Split ill 	
thusiasts will be Sheld immediately after  i", jollv him.   Tell him your town is the    ,     ,���   . ,
the general meeting. neatest o��� e.nh-in many  ways it is.   the Ulll"n,St P8^ ('n the tlSW
The firm name of  Hardiman   it Mars
England    iS   Critical.      Premier   ,Ien, general agents at Canfeord, has  been
���I. Saunders who fartiin near Pens*,
Siskatcheaan, thre>heel 10,69] bushels of
��� heat off 350 screK.ai'rording tn elevator
n��*lHit, This is an nerage of 43 bushell
'o the acre.
m ii ,,,,���..;,,n l,u   hum-UJ   U .,,;,.U,   niutiihs at Otter Flat and in that vicini'y
leiihimthn business men do things- (]tiestioii be  mentiea ne llllgtlt
,,.,                     Li.ii,          , ion ii en   i   ee,   ,i I'.oei   i u
,,,         ,     ,   ..    .    '""''hey are broad minded and hustlers ,(,s|,rn th, ]ea( mh|(), has hflSt  'he will DTflbtWt __-
ArrangemeiPs will be made shortly to    .,h���t eH(lt,cja|)y thnse in your line are to c^                       ,      V                     j he "'" pr   **'* 8pe"
icipnre suitable grounds for the associat-  , lim��� sre tnt) w|uare,t v������ ever ni8,_a8 en��d the   tleSirablllty Of  an ap  |                  	
ion.   it   being the intention during the j ^ ��� y(lUr,elf    Make him   believe he 'peal    to   ttie   COUlltry, and   the      ThosHu
coming summer t�� build t club houa* for! j,hu nt laHt struck  a  place  whero  white
the use of members.
The iiiejiient into the death   of Thorn**
AIM Swan, who h>l spent the past f. ��    '�����< -m-n, .of Vancouver,   who died of oBsi
seoinng after drinking beer, has adjeoun ed
retruned tu Niola Tuesday evening, were   !"'"<iing conclusion of the medical invest!-
d the winter.
.'stioii,    Mrs,'.laikui'ii is recovering but
is still ill.
titer returned to Princeton on Militia orders  frnin Ottawa announce
Unionist    party    organs   have I>*��i��l**f ttttt *f*�� wavk* in Kit-la-   He that ciunmaiiding oftioers are required to
folks live.                                                                                                                           accompanied by C. Summers, a liusi call up.ui all provisional officers  who ar*
LW�� H*                                                 b,'en atlvlSlnK   tllat   tHlS C0UrS('   mat, of Pr ocetoo .���, ������ ]ust  returiied no, i.ualifi.-d to state th.re reasons  why
Help your -If along by boosting,  and  be    taken    immediately.        Sir  from a trip to Oregon . they should not be removed from the list.
An official notice board of the assoaat.        h Wmd,  with      ,     ,. ' '
ion ha. been put up on the Nicla Herald  ^ ,.,L ever climb.d theldder nf fame ^J""  Campbell Bannerman 	
building.   All .notices pretannng tn the  |,y kicking other people down in charac ,ea(Jer  ol   tfl(;   "PP,)sltI"n'   h'ls Mrs. Murray,   wife *f  W,���.   Murray.      f, W.   Hndgs,,,,,  Duminion  livestock
asfluciatlnn a meetings e c, wi   M po*M     t��f 0f fcM|>>M|    jj0 raan  ever g���t  rj(.n announced hIS adoption of   the W��M|**��^tn* CaM-��M   Bank  of C .in ' coinniissioner, who hss come west to con-
mthis place, md members  will  ��">d1r hy trying to believe he was the best  man ������    ,;,,|p    , l._. n.|���  fnr   ].��� merce at Vancouver who has  heen  visit    suit with Saskatchewan and Albertastock-
 !>~ ��'���'���"""'"-''*                    in hia line in town, nr the nuly man who \J\.V ��'�� *"h Mrs' *��**�� ***��� r��"cl'   "ten to assure th.t  Dumin.uti  work  will
could get trusted.   Ynu cannot climb the '-__., WfllCll   Will   have   ail   im- |*ft tod*/ for Qairoht-l and  will go  to  not overlap that af  the new  provinctt,
ladder of succes  hy  treading on  other portailt   effect   Oil   the  Coining Kamloops on her way home.                       positively denies that he is about  to re-
peoples corns and���don't knock. ���,>nt_e��   sign to become colonization agent of th*
Salvation Army.
Day of Intercession.
Wednesday, November L'H, will he ib-l    You are not the only  man.   There are
served by the Church ot England, both at, others,   tnd  must of them  are honest,
contest.
this week muve^ intn it.   Mr.  (iuichon's      The telephone lint from N'icoli centrtl
mdonderry Who haS   tender-   residence was burned down about a year  office to Mn. Puoleys hat hem completed
Balfour's    hand     has     been      '*"" <"'uich��n has had his fine new pais-
home and abroad as a day of intercession  brainy, energetic and an.ioue to succeed  forced   ill   this   crisis   by Lord  "*' ""'^^ *' h'" J*"��h '"'"'"^ ",ld
for foreign missions.   This snnual day of 8a WHn H fol,   -of mindiug yuur own
united prayer has been observed since! business," said Fratiklin"there is t.o end."
1872, when tho observance commenced   It makes other people like you.   Nobody  ^ his   resignation U president  "f"'   Hnd   ,he  '""' i"st <,'"np|,'��d  w��" md tht'phone n now in  working order
at the instance of th. society fot the pro- ] ever get ..���uck" ori , ..k������eker".   Don't  ()f [he Hoard of Kducatioil. I ereCted ��" '^ 8''" "',he ��ld ""e' 	
pag.ttion of the gospel.   In that year the; be one-be good.   HiiBtle, bean optimist,
20th Decemher was the special date, tnd
Lord Mount Stephen, form
all   over  Ivn.'l md in stately cathedrals,
venerable   parish   churches and  modest Stock Market
nnasion rooms the united vuice of prayer     The American stuck  markets remain
was heard.   At that time foreign missions j very active and firm. Nearly all securities
Mr. Hart of Portland, Ore , ii in town
At a parish  meeting of the members of on his way |.e Princeton     He will return
he Church uf Kngland on  Monday  last,   shortly to Nicola to look ov*r s> me coal
erly president ot the Bank oil Messrs a. Quudi_-t, A, w. stnckimd tm+mmnprmtnim.
Monttcil, and chairman of the ��"J R,,v- w ,;'vier ��^e elected a com-
nttee to take charge 11 theaffttrs nf  the
came in for a great deal more criticism ; are quoted much higher than they wen ���'Canadian   Pacific  Railway has
.-.--.' ; cemetery in connectiuii with  the church,
n ayearago.   Canadian Pacihc shares vary   ..,,,,,;i,,,f,���l   * ,,, iv,.,������   , ��� , ,    ,     . ,
]       _   .    ���, ' COntnDUtea -f^Oi000 tot'tieen  Arr*m*_*��t* wiu W ������*-* tu hue ire
If ron 117010 |I75; American railway and j     . ,    ,      , . ��        ���
groun
land fenced.
Tht bazaar under the aupices nl tht
Ladies Guild of the church of England n
being arranged tu be held in Pooley's hill
in the course of a couple of weeks.
than at the present time, and the Lundon j a year ago
Times made a  very  bitter attack in  �� j from 1,170   .,   ������
leader in which it questioned the e.ist-! industrial stocks are .11 higher and app.r-! Alexandras  donation   for   l_e|����W.
tance of any large number of missiuniries | ently stable. [ unemployed.     This is the larg- __
orconverts.   Lord Lawreuce replied in     The grain markets of Britian tnd th* i        in(|jv j-lud Subsrrii)tion thus I
his usual dignified and masterly manner,, United States are firm with high prices , ,' . Information received at the pott-office     Mr. Inglts, an eastern capitalist tnd
ind Arch Ilishup Tait write to Mr   De   ruling.   The New York money marketi f'lr   received.      1 his   fund  has office department it to the effect that in  mining man was in town fnr t short time
lane the editor, a letter of remonstrance,  has recovered its balance and the average ' reached over the million mark,  respect to the tire on the C. P. R.   near' thi* week on his way to Kamloops after
price forcall loam it again it the low! Ottawa, which destroyed  western  mails,   visiting the Aspen  Grove mining camp.
saying that "the article" must have been
written by a very young man.
V 'ii   need visiting cards.    Get your
tupply it the Nicolt Herald office.
figure of five per cent.
For up to date job printing send your
orders tu the Nicola Herald office.
no mail matter from west of Calgary was He is much pleased with tbe showing ia
Hearst Stands a Pood chance 'n ,ne iccident. This statement will j Aipen Grove tpd considers it one of ih*
c      ���     ���        iL i c allay the feelings of ipprehension of mtny  L
of winning the mayoralty ofrj^^xmZ^m^kkZ
New \ ork On the recount. \ umbi* had been lost.
best camps, at its stag*, than any h* hat
ever visited before, li is his intention to
Income interested in the Nicoli Vtlley. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published -very Thuraday
Subscription, ln Advance. 12 a Taar
Nicoi.a, B.C. NovimMen 30, 1W15.
The Toronto News, denounces the Laurier government
as "the most insolent, the most
unscrupulous government that
ever held office in Canada since
confederation." But in order
that the Conservatives may
not be unduly elated )ver this
outburst the News proceeds to
remark;
"The truth is, that since its
defeat in 1896 the Conservative
party has shown neither pur
pose, unity or energy.    It still
seems to be mourning over its
defeat, and to be railing at Fro
vidence for the extraordinar\
dispensation which gave power
and patronage to the   I ibera
Leaders.    It cannot get rid 01
the notion that it has a divine
right to rule, and that Liberals
in office are invaders and usur
per*.    During these nine years
opposition, it has failed to de
velop a constructive policy, nor
has it even been able to attack
the work of its opponents with
consistancy, moderation or san
ity.    The conservative part\
must lay down a constructivi
policy and stand by its platform
whether it wins or loses elect
ions, if it hopes to regain public
confidence, and to show  itsell
worthy of the party traditions.
IrtOllOS BE
HAMINEDi
EVEBY   I
TWO YEARS,
Exsmi nation of the eyet
Is a hobby with us.
We examine free and only
make modest charges when
glass's are uquir.d.
St.vZun mountings help
us to give satisfaction
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is hereby given thst hunting or
shooting on the property of the Douglas
Lake Cattle Company is forbidden. Any
person or persons hunting or shooting
on the tbove property will be prusecuted
under the sections uf tbe Game Act.
J.   B.  (iKHAVEa.
KAMLOOPS,  ABHCROKT,  YALE AND
B1M1LKAMKKN MINING III VIS
IONS OK YALK IHSTKIIT.
MOTICK is hereby given that ill placer min-
" Ingclaim" legally held in 'he Kamloops.
A-hcrofi. Yale and similkame n Mining Div
|__M will loo- Inid over from In- Ut day ol
Novemberensuing lo lhe ���t da >f Ma), I'JUi.
0. C. TUNS I'll,!,,
(iulil Com u-.Mo.ner.
I (Kamloops, October Htt, 1904.
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Etttte of
ANTOINE GODEY.
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOPS
Goldwin Smith was asked j
by the Toronto World what he j
thought of the New York el-
. �� '   TKNDKHS will be received by the under
ection. HlS answer Was: "I ��.gned for lhe purchase ot the Cattle, Horses
L   l ,. >_L 1- ���     i and other personal properly, and the real es
belong to neither political party _��*!_��_����� Antoine oodey. im_.
nor have I ever meddled, nor ___?____ _"___ may ta ob,*'ned from
Peter Marquart, Nicula, H. C.
do I propose to meddle with
any election outside of my own
riding; and there I vote not for! notice.
the IiartV hut -V trip man 1 s'">' nay-salicr dale 1 Intend lo apply In Inline [Jrtlty, UUl IOr me mail. 1 chief leommi-sioner of lands and work- for per
���>_!__ .U . ^ 1 i . L mission to piiroliascfilCi acres nooiinlnin pa-ture
tnink mat we must look tO the land, described a* follows: .wrowietngalpert
r . No. 1, VI  K. Tliiline's S. K.iuiner, Iheiiue N Hi
iarmer as the best  reuresent-rn*l""-,h','"',,w ^chains ihi-m-n s unchain-.
r '   I ihenee K HU chain-.    I'he lan<l is situated in
���itive, not only of our best in- u_ftT_S!!l_Sa���*-���-���*��� fiftfSfS-fl-r*
dustries, but of sound political' ~7     ~   _
, .ii- ___. O. F.
��� haracter to the broad interests i /^ourt nioola, no. w\, a.o r..
,   . <\  >  second mid fnurlh Krlila, In each r
al 8 p.m., In Pool*]
ordlally invited. '
always been and am; but the
machine, with all its trickery
and its indemnity bills profanes
iliat glorious name."
ai.kc n. macintyrk,
Offllrsl Administrator, Cnun'y of Yale,
  Kamloops, B. C,
Stetson
Hat
because of its merit. The evidence offered by the excellence of materials, workmanship, finish, beauty and styU f.ts won
the verdict in its favor.
We httr tnt Stetson Soft tnd Derby  Hilt
in all the latest styles.
Our stock of these famous Hats having been
imported direct from the manufacturers we'
are able to sell at the lowest possible price.
m
i,
i
meet* i
 month
of the state.    A Liberal 1 have **fifc &&��''' """'   Vi*i'i'"< t,rc"'r'!"
Ric. A. Kkisf.k. C. R.   <
A  II. ('AHKISUTtlN. See.
GENERAL MERCHANTS
forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
Notice.
The business committee of
the inter-church conference on
confederation announced the
draft of a plan for church federation at the conference in the
Carnegie hall, New York, last
Saturday. The following are
thechiel points; a federal council of protestant churches to
meet every four years, the first
meeting to be held on Dec. I.
1906. Each denomination to
have four members in the coun
cil and one extra member for
each 50,000 communicants.
The council to act in the capacity of an advisory board, and
to interfere in no way with the
autonomy ol individual denominations. The object is to be
united action of social and moral questions and to give spiritual council andjpromote fellowship An active committee to
deal with the business of the
council in the intervals of the
meetings. Thirty denominations are to be in the confederation at the outset, and provision is made for the admission
of others.
Notice is herehy glv. n thai 81 days after date
I intend lee apply to the Hon the I hief One..
ini-sionerof I���nds ,nd Works for pi-rnila-inn
In pun hast thefolinwing desrrilied land -i'liai-
ed one mile and one half N nf thel���>wer Nicola
po��l office.
���,, , .1    Cnmn enclng at apusl marked ('.��. Ihence W
lhe   department ol   Inland fortrehaia*, ��� -�������� awn hfo.tr "hains. ta****
i Kast forty chains. Ihence North id  point of
Haled at Lower Nicola this 21st dav of September, l'JU5.
  C. TU' K.
_s:
RESERVE
Itioiin  or Way Knit Railways, Kto.
Revenue h-is given the depart- ',.?."'7'.?",,,_nt!nt &nd """Rni"K fnrl> ��"''���
O i fii'T���' or i_M��,
ment of Justice orders to pro
secute a number of manufacturers of adulterated jams and
jellies and maple syrup. The
department could also include
liquor, as it is probably the
most adulterated of anything
manufactured in Canada.    No 	
doubt the liquor  habit  is an    NoMl'"'"nm'1'- -i*--n n<-taii crown Lands
along ihe lo-n cil lines e.f any rallwai, power or
evil   hilt   there    is nn   nprecsitv ' r��"iw��y company,  incorporated   under Ihe
cvii, uui inert   is no necessil)  ,luUlorR, ���f IUI, i,,.-,.!,,,,,,,. ,,f ihis Prorltu*,
1 ~f     -II   ������ -        ,L        i       ��� c'un'i having a width of llfly (501 fe-et"n each aide
Ol    allowing    the    business    Of  of-aid,un-. are re..'., erf r,,r tight i'f way pur-
... i    i     ���      i       poirpuses of such lailway, power or tramway
selling same so much latitude. :����mpany.
��� ' I W. S. (KIRK.
besides the licenses holders in     '  'L"J"li,ll,ll>'
a great many cases dilute the
goods or manufacture it themselves. The different brands
:of "firewater'which are nicknamed in the interior arc many.
METROPOLITAN
MEAT riARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
.-,hue Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Vo:l. Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout the Diatm,   receive    .refill att."e mn and promptly delivered
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
  JANES   POOLEY      ���     -     -     - ���     -      Proprietor
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SM TH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith KJfk and  Horseshoing done in
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will  receive
prompt attention.    Satisfaction guarantee I.
IV cc
land- hmI Woiks Dcnarim-ei
Victoria. H. C, net. 3rd, UN,
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres,situated near Doug
las Lake, with all necessary implements and also stock.     For
Collier's Weekly is after the
patent medicine firms who have particulars apply to
been caught trying to dictate] W. M. LAUDER,
the utterances of the American Quilchena, P. 0.
press.     The p.ttent medicine
Springliaiolt   Ranch, .luiy It h, 1!K)6.
MINIMAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
aberdeen, Plymouth Queen. Manchenoer, Ix>n-
a n. Copuer lielie and King ���'pieman's
llream Mineral Claims. .Hitua i 'n the
Mcnla-KamliKips Mining Divide 'if Yale
District Claimslucatcdnearlli-M eCreck,
Nnrth Mcola.
Take noiice lhat I, lohn Clapper! em. fi."e
miner's certifies e No. H76993. inloii ,ik, days
from the date hereu', to apply to tie  i ��
recorder for a certiltrateof inipro'.einei,'', for
the iniriiose of obi���inlng I crown grant o' t'.ie
nlsive e ininis.
And  further take notice thatactiun, imder
section 37, must toe commenced before ll.n Issuance of such certificate of Improvement a.
Hated this I5lh da) of .leptember, 1911
JOHN i:_aheKiiroN.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing a ipecialty.
NIOOLA  LAKE, B.C.
manufacturer   is   the   biggest COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
fraud   drawing breath and 19 j ^92 ibos
more   to be feared than the new wbstminstbr. b. 0.
"booze" manufacturer.
Postmaster General Ayles-
worth was elected in North
York constituency made vacant
by the resignation of Sir Wm.
Mulock.
It is reported that the provincial legislature will meet for
the transaction of business during the month of January.
The official hangman of England died recently. The cause
of death is given as "dropsy."
Re?. W. J. SirrKKU, B. A, II. D.
Res. J. f  HowtLL, Buraar.
A complete commercial and husiness
coarse. Students predated tn tain teach
ert certificates of all gradei. Iu univer
sity work t full course fur the B. A. de
gree of Toronto University.
Instruction given in Music, Art, Phyi
cal Culture and Elocution.
Send f.er Calendar.
For up to dtte job printing tend your
orders to the Nicola Herald ofhet.
MINERAL  ACT.
Certificate 'f Improveiuen'i'.
NOTICE
Copper Standard and Amelia Mineral Claims,
situate In the .Similkameen Minlnn Oil isi.m
of Yale Ihstriot.  Where looatid: Iu Aspon
llruve Camp.
Take notice that, I. f". W. flrov> a tln|{ U
anenl f >i l-aar Kaatwood, Kree I  "o. secrtlfl-
��� ���.in-  Nn  BK713", J. C, Camtibell i e������ miner'i
crtifl-ale  No.  H'/HM.  John Moln���"���'',        e.
miner's crrtifli'>le Nu Hj-IS, Charles     Chris
Hen, free, miner's certificate No, n'2%' '. ' miisJ,
Hall, free  miner's certificate No. "" Sua and
I'rici- Wilson, free nuni-r'scertilie i.te   n. B_iiSl,
inieml, sixty days from Ihe d ite hi r juf, tu apply lo the mlninn recorder for a eurlirlcaU) of
inuimveniente, for the purpose of nlit,__laf a
crown irrantsof the above claims.
And fiiither lake notice that tct'on, under
���ectlnn 37. muit be commenced rj*fo> I the lasu
tori of such certificate of improvement*
baled this 18th day of ttootember '.'..
Notice.
N iii Ih hereby given ihat within sixty days
t i.iti date 1 inlet,,' i.akltiK application to the
Il 11. Commissi ai ���! of Landa and Works for
i"'i on i- - ion o pu *e h:.se 3LI1 acres of pasture land
in the Kaflilotpl Ulilslon nf Vale Di'trlct;
siluatcrt as follows: oaii'ieii"liiK tjl * -take at
iheS \\\ corner of Ih* ltnd; itinniug liicnce
lias. CO chains, thence >0"th ill chains, thence
West 8u chains, liicnce a, uth 40 chairs, to the
point of commencement.
Ue i. Bent.
September, 22, iltti.
Notice.
Notice ,s herebj nieen that wlthl. alxly days
I frnin datel int nd makinii application In ine
j Hon. Cnnimissloiiernf lunds and works for per
I mih- i"ii to purchase Glee Hcres nf pasmre land in
j the Kamliau a Division nf Yale District, sll ualed
as follows: Cnmn en ini:ni a stake at inn N.VV.
torioernf Indian ,'eserve ou (jmle liena Creek,
uiinliiK theme He it* no chains, thin>e West
,11 chains, thenee North Sn chains, thince Stst
HU chains io the point of coinmencetm ,i.
T. H. IONE8.
Seplfmbcr, 30th, lflOft.
Notice.
Notice. m
Suhject to the Dominion Uomei'rad
Reiiulations.
Thirty days from date hereof I intend b k*
possession of the following described >'. it.
Frnin Wm. Murray's N W piost, situat at
tho I'Oini of junction of Petit crock and .'��� icula
river, thenoe s 8n chains more nf le*, to S. W.
corner of Indian reeervo, t henc�� 40 chains more
or less io |si-i on bank of Petit creek, thenee
follow bank of Pelit creek ! to point of commencement. Containing in all, 100 teres more
or less.
(Burned) SepU, 25th IfltV
c. F. TUCK..
Notice is hereby given tl a will m oio daya
from date 1 Intend making , jncroion to the
Hon. Con ���mis-iniicr .of I .ami �� '��� urks for
permission to purrhase 3611 acres ���_ate Or less nf
mountain pasture land in the Katalcupa He vis
ion cf Yale District, situated *> follows, com
mm log at a si ske 10 chains W. of the N. K
correrof see. 10 I'. 100: running tht-i ����� ��,. X
chains, ihenee N. 40 chains, thence K. 40 rhalns,
thence N. 45 chains more or less to Ktiimp l_ke
ll.eetut W. along the K hank of8tjmp Lake
liaj chains lo tho point of oommecimr:.t, containing 30n acres more or lees. Also ��� mum.-icing at - R corner nf 1. 900 U. 1. th <re North
1.V75 chains, thence Kast 411 chains ���' -c S. uth
li chains to the N. bsnk of mump U_���, thence
West along Sump l-ke 4i>chains to the polot
of commencement, cnntainii g Nt teres more
or lesa
1. .��. t-l_H.il
.September, 30th. IK- THE  NICOLA  HERALD
"NICOLA VALLEY."
Th* following verses hire heen received
it tbt Nicolt Herald . ffice fur publication.
The author it doing considerable in th*
th* State of Washington lo adverti��e the
section in pro** tod poetry And thit is
on* of bis unique wsj-i of bringing tb*
Nicola Valley to tbe notios of th* publio
There is * country north of cur*
It it our neighbor tnd oar ally.
It ha* ��� place that's ��*ry nob
And it't calle.l tb* Nicolt Valley,
Il 'a toil it vert productive
A'.il it often hu bcto nated.
Thit   it produce* immense crop*
When it's properly irrigated.
It hit I Itrgt c.'il loiain
With iron as in ally.
It htt t railroad building
l'p in the Nioolt Valley.
It hat mineral in th* mountaio*
Thit ii making cap til rally.
To build up big induitrin*
And make weilih in Nicol* Vtlley.
Th* monied men they tec Ih* boom
Thit ii eomiag to our illy,
They trt gtttlng rtady to make * rush
To tbt fimciui NiooU Vtlley.
Now when you raid th***rar*M
You will with other* rally,
80 he on tin* ind get in line
Fur tht ruth to Nioolt Vallty.
FISHING UC*W8__
Only Bona Fid* Rwldtnu to bt 0ratted
Lloen***.
A radical change fn the granting of 6th
ing licences for th* Fraser river hta bwea
proposed, ind ii being heartily tpprorsd
hy tb* buaineit men tnd many cniieri.
It il thtt only bont fide settlers or
property owner* should hive tbe privilege
of . liUming licences. This, would of
count Include ill Indians of the province
whether they owned property or not.
Tha strongest point urged in fivnr of
the suggestion it thtt it would do iway
tntirtly with the undesirable element
which generally gathers along tht riser
during tbe fithing season, and is th*
cause of nearly til tbt trouble in 1 din
turbano** whioh occur.
It is claimed thtt many of thit elemant
are hobo* and worthleas character* from
th* ���������uth, who tome up to tht Fri*cr
river juit for tbt fishing teuon, tod
make false declaration regarding their
being Mulish subjects.
The supporters of th* propottd change
aim suggttt thst should th* license* be
limited to settlers tnd Indiana, ill settlers
who apply for licenses should be identified by the fishery officer or by * reput-
this citiien before tbe license wu issued.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kinds of Witches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., ktpt in stock.   Wedding presents t specitlty.
First class repairs done on ihort notice
and returned tt once.
Midway and Vernon Railway.
Tha tttlntnt it recsiving credenc* in
cunt cities thit tb* Midwiy A Vernon
Railway, now under construction will be
citended to Vmcouvir.
It it reported at Vancouver that it will
connect with torn* continental systim,
but on thit point then it no definite ittt*
���ent.
It it t wtll known ftct tocordiog to Ihe
report, that th* intention ht* b*��n to
to build * through line, for, couiparitirtly
speaking, th* present system stsrlt tt
nowhere tnd endt tt nowhere. Whether
tbe Midwiy A Vernon will I* mnetrusted
it tn independent project or will bt part
of tnothtr through tervict ii 1 miller not
yel settled, it least tt fir it tb* unofliciil
inforiusliun 010 be relied on.
It is understood aim that Mr. A. A.
Arthur, wbo is connected with the fintn
cial backers of tb* Midwiy line, and who
wtt in Vancouver a ihort timt tgo, ii
connected with th* project of o| .rating 1
ferry lervice between Victoria and tht
mainland, perhapa by wty of Vancouver,
tnd perbapi by wty of Seattl* by wty of
Port Angelas.
Writi for the
hiv��� been issued.
December 2nd
Saskatchewan election
Polling taku place nn
Horace F. Evans
GEOLOGIST
Ashcroft   -   -   g. C.
Mint eliminations and reports, Geo-
logical condition* of Thompson Hirer
country 1 specialty. Disinterested tnd
dependtble report* furnished.
THS PL AC! TO BUY YODR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMLOOPS
Full stock of Domestic and Imported Cigar",
and the beat smoking tobacco always on hind.
Drop in and enjoy a quiet game of Blllltrdi.
Agent for the Pioneer steam Launde-y, Vincou
ver.  Laundry ship nil every Sal urday.
HOTELM
MONTREAL HOTKL, Kamloops, Napoleon
I���in-nioiiillc. proprietor. First class In
every particular. Good wines, Liquors tnd
cigars.  Stabling In connection.
P. Herod, proprietor.
* cig
t-AMLOOI-8 HOUSE,
**   Best stock nf wne��, liqun��� and cigars In
the Interior.    Just the spot fora nice cool re
freBhing glass of beer.    When ln Kamloopa
call in.
GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL, Kamloops.  The
nearest hotel to the railway station,   the
only covnenlent hotel for travelers.     Good
rooms, good table, good liquors.    Two larg,
sample rooms.   P. A. Barnhart, proprietor.
Good stabling in connection.
ASHCROFT HOTEL. The most convenient
ho'el for visitor" in Ashcroft. The best of
table board Hotann cold baths. Our reore-
xentative meets all trains, Johnson _ Perkins,
proprietors.
NOTICE
Commencing tt a post marked B. H. Trumbull, N. K. corner, being on the west line of
Ind Reserve near Contlee, 'hen running weat to
the N K corner uf ooal location No. 16- thence
"outh 240 chains, thence East to Ind Reserve,
thence North 90 chains thenoe Fast II) chains,
thence North inn chains, thence East 10 chains,
thi oee North I>0 chains to point nf commencement, being til the land between coal claims
Not. 1614, 1647. 1049 and the Indian reserve.
Consisting of about 610 acres,
B.H. TRUMBULL Locator.
H. F. Argust, Agent
Coutlee, a C. Oct 3 1906.
If You Need Anyttypg
iq tbe
China** It ad* Poll Tax.
Th* Vancouver World claim* thi' in
spite of th* |600 poll tn which it ��o fir
r**trlctive thit no Chintmin evir volun
tarily piyi it to com* into the oountry.
Chin*** nevertheless ire tutoring Canada
in larg* numbers, it th* very startling in
ftrenoe, tn inference amounting to t
practical certainty, which Butt be drawn
out from certtin facta which hut
b*en brought to the tttention of the
World���thit ii thtt while in Chint, tht
Chintmin gtt registered ** member* of
Chin*** firms in Britiih Columbia tnd
thut pits tb* customs without being
chilltngid.
A-T*rti��i__ Did It.
In as uittrn city a few weel.i tgo,
burgultrt tnttred th* alieping tpartliwt*
of t businets mm out night tnd carried
I way 1 c insiderahle tmount of money tnd
other iiticlti of nlui. In sn int*r?i*w
the neit dty, tht rictim told of tome
valuable silverware which wst hidden be
hind the drtsser tnd htd been overlooked
by the visitors th* night before Th* fol
lowing night th* burgultri returned tnd
got th* nlverwsre, and still tome ptnplt
will conttnd thtt it doein'i pay to id ver-
In.
Line, tend your work to the undersigned
All  orders  finished  in 1 workmanship
manner.   Ctbinet work 1 specitlty.
J. R. tocOREGOR,
 kow*r Nioolt, B. C.
LOWER NIOOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
It prepared to take contracts for
tawing lumber tnd getting out
timber.
Uc-eral Mill t ������trmct* Kircated
PRICED MODERATE
Parties wishing  work cm  have same
promptly attended to hy applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Deharro, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITY,       ���   ���   ���   B. C.
Headquarter!   fnr   Summit,   Rabhitt
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Bear
nd Kelly creek camps.   Ouod Fishing
and Bolting.
P. O. Address,   Aipen drove.
Stop at the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Robt. Scott, Proprietor
When  traveling  on  the Nicola mail
Convenient place for travelers, with good
accommodation.
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKE, a G.
First cites board tnd lodging by the
dty week or month. Every tttention
given to the travelling public.
Mrs. Riuy, Proprietress.
If
Unequalled as a
S-Lqrqer Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B. 0.
Uaj Dlaqn-llfy Opposition.
It il rumored at Calgary thit Mr. Hie
bert, tb* only conservative elected in
Alberta, will not be tbi* to hold hi* teat
on account of not being naturalised.
Th* Albert* Legiilttur* will not m**t
until neit March.
For up to dtte job printing Mad your
ordert to th* Nioolt Herald offioe.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Ratldent Agent* ln Nicola for th*
ROYAL, and LONDON _ LANCASHIRE FIR- INSURANCE OO.S
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        ....        $135,124,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt. Bon. Lord Strathcon* and Mount Royal, O. O. - O
VICE PRESIDENT, Sir 0*0. A Drummond. _ C M O
Q-NIRAL MANAGER |. 8. CLCUSTON
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $1.00  and  upwards.     Interest
credued 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. C
Rosedale Hoiise, I_oWer A\TicoIa
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.      -      -      -
S. J. WOODWARD
STEWART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
ia, li, Express
L
also General Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. 0.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday for 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
Mr. tnd Mn.  H.  Mttthcai of Qui!-
war* in Nioolt ttsertl days thit weak.
Mitt Ethel Woodwtrd of Lnwtr Nioolt
wu quite ill thit wtek with t severs cold.
8. J. Bttt aad R. J. Armstrong were
In town t few dtyt thit wtek from Aspen
Grovt Camp.
Mrt. P. Gtrcia nf Atpen Oro?e wsi
very ill thit week. Dr. Tutill of Nicola
wt* called tnd tttended to the sufferer.
A meeting of the Whitt Club wtt held
tt the rtsidenct of 0, A. Ltfferty last
tvi-inng when t larg* number wtrt in
tttendtnce.
Mr. tnd Mrs. J. 6. Tinnthill tnd
family tnd Mist Bertie Tannahill left Nic
olt on .Saturday by special stage for
Spences Bridge, sn their wty to Hope,
where they will reside for tome time.
A. E. Baldwin of the Great Northern
turvey party at Otter Flat passed through
town this week on his wty to the cotst.
The turvey ptrty tre ctmped at Otter
Vtlley tnd tre continuing their work over
towards tht Coquahtlla.
W. Hawkins of Armstrong trrived in
the Nicolt valley last Saturdsy and hts
ttken possession of the Coldspring ranch
which he recently purchased from J. 6.
Tannahill. Hit sister, Mist Hawkins to*
companied him and will reside with her
brother tt Cnldtpring ranch.
On Thundsy afternoon the ladies of
the Presbyterian cm gngatie n met at the
Manse tnd organized a Ladies' Aid Society. The regular meetitgs of ihe society
will be held at the manse on the first Fri
day of etch month, the neit meeting be
ing on January 5'h, tt 3 p. m. The
ladies will takt orders for plain tewing
mending, etc. Mrs. A. E. Howie, prei.,
Mrs. Mason, sec.-tress.
Business Local*.
Smoke Interior or La Morena Cigar*.
Seed oais and   wheat for tsle by H
H. Winny.
A fine selection of Christmas cards tt
Th* People's Store.
For the best in the harness and aaddlery
line, stt Btrwick's laie��t consignment.
Letterheads, billheads, tnvtlopeictnbe
htd tt tht Nicolt Herald office.
Ott t blanket fur your hone tt Btrwick's Harnett tnd Saddlery. Alto t
���took of Robes, etc.
When ynu want a good smoke ttk for
the Interior or La Morena Cigar, manufactured by th* Inland Cigar Factory,
Kamloopa,
Ynu  need vititing carda.    Ott your
tupply tt the Nicolt Herald office.
CHURCH .SERVICE
Presbyterian Church, Nicola Lake: Services every Baboalh at II a. m. and 7:30 p.m.:
Bible class tnd Sabbath Hchool, 2:30 p.m.
Rtv. (iKoiniK Mason,
l'rie,l.ilerian Pastor.
Uiv. John I'yk,
Methodist Ptstor.
Methodist Church. Lower Nlrnla: Divine
service every lord's Ilay tt 3 p.m. tnd 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school al 2 p. in
John I'yk.
Methodist Minister.
Oeorok Msbon,
Presbyterian Minister
Church of England. Church of Ht. John
the Baptist, Nioola:
Evening Prayer, 7:15 p m.
RKV. WM. OOVIKR.
THE KOOTENAY
STEEL RANGE
In all site, and stylus. Guaranteed
article. Our sales htve already
more thtn doubled those of last year
Our leadar Is the 6-hole Steal Range
for $46 manufactured by McClary
Mfg. Co., also a full line of
Air Tight Heater*
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
Q. H. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
REAL ESTATE       INSURANCE
Temporary ooffioe���Stewtrt't Stage   Big
NICOLA. B  C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
OrSce.���Commercial Block, east of Post Office.
Kamloopi, B. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary  Public
Office:   East tf the Canadian Hank of Com
merce. south side of Victoria street, Kamloops.
Money to loan on real estate security.
__A_-ISM.4N * 00.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agt*
 FOR	
Mining contrartors.'farm machinery, buggies,
cutter-, sleighs etc bend for onr list nf farm
and iniiiiiiK properties. Reports on iiiiniDg properties through the District* Cable address
"Auruni." Codes: Bromhall, Moi���ng ��� Net],
A. II. C. 4th.
Warehouse-Canford, Nicola Valley, a C.
KAM-OOI'B.  NICOLA AND   PRINCETON
AStt_S8M_NT DI-STUICl'8.
NOTICE is hereby given that f'ourtof Revls.
on and Ap eal under the ''Assessment Ac
WW", foi the Kamloops, Nicola and PrinceUm
Assessment Hi.trids, will be held a<-
The'ourt House, Kamloops, Monday, Dec.
18th. 19li5, at 11 a.m.
Tne Court House, Nicola, Wednesday, Dec.
-Ttli lisi-iai II a. in.
The ('.ourt House, Princeton, Saturday, Dec.,
30th at II a. m.
Hated ai Kamloops, Nov: 15th, A. D. 1905.
ALICC. D. MACINTYKK,
Judge of said Court.
CHRIS. ��UTIIKTT
A. R. C. 8c. London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, B. C.
Assays tnd analyses of Ores, Coal tad In
dnstriti products.
samples by mail or stage receive prompt
tUentlot.
J-TOTICE.
NOTICE Id I1KKKHY OlVKN tha an appli-
**���N will be made to the Legislative Assembly
of tne I rovinceof Biitish Ci>>unibiaat its next
Session for an Act to incorporate a company
with power lo ni ore. purchase, construct and
operate the undertakings of the Vancouver
a ii i oust. K io eniij laiWa, loin ay; the
Allierni andCowichan lUilwa; lo pan); the
Kainl'Kip- and atlin Railway I oiupeiny; tin
Midway and Vermin ladway ('ompanj,t"d to
acquire all the nslit-, power, and privileges
of the said companies; and wii.n power p
exercise all the powers contained in Ihe act ul
inr���i-pora ion of the said companies; with
power to ai-q>iire, purcha-ie, construct and
operttethe undent-slugs of any other  Kail
way Company or Companies
and with power 11 subscribe for and
purchase Ihe stocks, b mds, debe lures or othe
securities of anyolher Itailway Company; ami
to exchange thestojek or other bonds, stock de-
ben urea tt auy other securities of the company
to be inc orp ir., to I, for the shares, de
bent urea, b mis or other securitie of any othei
Railway Company; anil wlih power 11 inc-e��<e
the capital of ihe ompany to Im incoipo Rind;
and with power lo ie-sue shares as fully paid up;
and to b inow money on tbe coinpetmes ss-.no
by tny form or security; and with power to
promote any Railway Company or Compauies,
or to amalgamate with any com any or can
paini--. and with all nther and nee ssary powers
conducive to the carry ingoutof the Company i
undertakings.
Dated al Victoria B.C., this i-nd day of
November. 1905.
ROBKRrsnN ft ROBERTSON.
(Solicitors for the Applicants.
NOTICE.
NOTICE 13 HBRKBY OIVEN that an ap
lli-tlon will be made to the Legislative As
tembly of the Province of British Columbia at
ita next Session for an Act extending 'ho tim.
within whioh the Vancouver and Coast Koote
nay Railway company has to complete Its line
of Railway, and empowering the said Railway
company to build from some point oo Its line of
railway to Kamloopi In the Province of Briti h
Columbia,
Dated at Victoria, R C, this 22nd day of
November, 1905.
ROBERTSON ft ROBERTSON,
Solicitors for the applicants.
J INT llllllllli
A full stock of up to date good* to
inpply tha Harness tnd Saddlery
trade of Nicola district. Ctll or
tend your order* for
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc.
Specialty made of Cowboy Out6t*.
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� . B.C
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRI-SE AND WAUON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
If BEATTIE
Accountant, Commission, Insurance
and Oeneral Agent,
Main Street ���      ���     Kamloops
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010  Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. O.
H. ���. Urown Mix'k of Fruit and
Orn-mental Treca.
Apple Tio'i'.i. 2 ami 3 ye��r olds: 115 to $20 Di<
100. according tn vaeiety. One-year-olds, 1 to ���
'eet, $10 to }12 per WO.
Kxtoa nice stock of Cherry. Peach, Plum
\pricota, etc, now growing forfall orders. Ni
"Xpense, loss ordel,ty of funiiifsiinn or inspei
tion. Let me pri' e your list before placing you
���nder.   Catalog free.
Greenhouse Plants, Floral Work. Bee 8u|
plies, Fruit Packages, Fertilisers, etc,
M. J  HKNRY,
:��)I0 Westminster Road,      VANcnuvaei, B I
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch, Clock
tnd Jewelry repairs dome in
first class order and satisfaction guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed and returned without deUy
VV. vl. I'A-r *BI,I.I. A CO.,
C. P. It. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
MOORE'S
NON-LEAKABLE
FOUNTAIN PENS
Ar* Clean to Handle
Does not leak, always ready for use.
Will not soil the ringers. Fitted with
points to suit everybody. Positively
tht beet Fountsin  Pen that is mad*.
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
Kallllo.iiK Slid Verm Ul
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. C.
"THE PEOPLES STORE.'"
All kinds of repair work don* in a
neat and satisfactory mtnner and in ihort
notice.
Horseshoeing
THE FOLLOWING TO ARRIVE THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK.
Codfish, Shrimps, Kippers
Mephisto Lobsters.
Cut Peel in Tins      Shelled Almonds
C. & B. Marmalade,  TOGO Rice
Icings California Figs
Smyrina Figs Milk Chocolates
McLaren's Cheese    Wetheys Mince Meat
Campbell's Assorted Soups.
TO ARRIVE IN A FORTNIGHT
Japanese Oranges.
Confectionery, etc.
A. R.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co,
Notary Public.
NICOLA, B.C.
"I. PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
THE BIG GENERAL STORE
STOVES AND TINWARE
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Granite and Tinware from the McClary Manufacturing Co.
of London, Ont. The be>t makers in
Canada
GENTS FURNISHINGS
Shipments of Fall and Winter Goods,
Men's Underwear, Top Shirts, .^uits, Overcoats, Keefers, etc, just received.
LADIES' GOODS
Skirts, Blouses, Golf Jackets, Walking and
Skating Hoots, 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,
1
I
, I 11
Life and Fire Insurance Agent. I\otary Pub'ii
Lower Nicola,      -        -      B. 0.
GOUT LEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling ln Connection. Taleph >ne Connect Ion

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