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THE NICOLA HERAL
VoL I.   No. 25.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1906.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
umirnM    THROPOHOUT
outriot.
TBI
Kopp AoonMd of th* Murder of Dave
Walker,  Vormcrlr of 0*mpb*ll
Or**_, Ha* B**n Sent  Op
far Trail H*xt
��i*ltiog
J. B. Tsn��ihill Md *ife war* Tisiting
il Kju-loop* thi* we*k.
8.  J. P. Scott ol Rockford wm
NiooU Fnd��y (or ��� tbort ��U_
NEW SCHOOL ACT
()*orge D*ot and   Harry   Trial w*r��
risitors to Pouglu lake thi* v**k.
Alei Sim ol Coutlee bt* b**n
mA.beroft.
Jm. Alrd��nd wif* of Rockford rituned
on Friday from Kamloops.
W. II. Leader wt* in tiwn from tb*
8prii|btnk r*D*h on Thursday.
D. M. tod T. French are ragagid at
C'tutl**, nosing buildings clear ol tb*
nilwsy rightof w��y.
rOR TH_ PROVIIfOH   or
OOLUMBIA.
BRITISH
Imm Eutwood who ia inUreeted in
mining properties in th* Aspen Ororc,
���prat * few days in ibst notion thi- WMk.
Oeorg. R. Philp l��rM in tb* morning
(or tb* cottt befnr* proceeding tut.
A f��*t special ol 8t*w*rt'* Stag* Line
l*ft thi* morning (nr Princeton with H
I. Morris of tb* Bank of Oomr**roe.
Mn. Robt 8oott of Rockford who suf
ered ��� stroke of paralysis t few week* ago
is now much improred and will b* able to
he ap again shortly.
���xpla-ltoiy Circular   Iwu*d  by th*
D*p_rtm-nt of Education   Point
���r* for Trait*** la Rural
S-rtrtcU.
Mr. tnd Mn. Newbury of Victoria,
tho bad be*n ��i*itin�� with Mr. tnd Mrs
Jot. R. A. Richards tt CoutlM left (nr
W. A. Dodd returned from 8p*��ces
Bridg* thi* WMk brioigng with him Mn.
Dodd tnd ehildnn who hue ben ri*1t-
ing with nlatim tt th* e-Mt.
Jt��. Pool*y returned from Kamloopa,
Mondty, where he had h**n to r*c*l��c
thn* pan-bred rsms which b* par*ht**d
from th* Turner nncb in th* Northwest.
Th* Nic��l_ Athletic A**oeittioo i* pro-
gntiing and the membership i* increai
ing. Ereryone should be t member of
thi* tswoeittion tnd help th* good work
along.
Vra. AnhdMoon Small, on bit ntorn
from England, has b**n risking (ritad*
in th* Kootenay. He took *tag* from
Midway to I'enticton tnd returns by wty
of Vernon tnd Sietmon to hii bud
qua/tin tt Lytton.
Io thi* inn* I* reproduced thi game
l��wi. A number nf people in continu
��lly taking (or information conesrninr th*
law* tnd th* synopsis in another column
will eor*r pnetioally all thtt ordintry
hunter     *
W. B. Wall ind *on tnd F. T. Will who
an *mploy*d it thi Diamond Vail Ootl
���lose Bur Quilehsn* left on Thundiy't
stags, lor Nanlamo, hiring h**n Mm
���on��d on account of th* ssrioos illne** of
tki mother o( Mr. Will 8r.
Thi gnnd jury ot tb* New W*��tmin
Mir aniaee found ��� true bill against Felii
Sopp. * hilf-bmd charged with thi mur
d*r it Hirritoa o( Dirid Walk**, *on o(
Donild Wtlkir, ol Campbell sreek. Th*
���MihM bun h*ld o��*r until i*it a-riu
on aoooont o( tin laibility of tb* crown
to prodio* torn aatsrial wits*****.
Jams* McEroy geolcgut tad lind oom
miniooir of tb* Grow* N**t Pan Coil
Co., ol F*rni��, ind A. L. Spinoer left for
Kamtoop* on Saturday wh*is tha* will
look orir that Motion ol tat eosnrry.
Thay suited thi CoMwttit, Lund bum
and Quilcbint ootl properties. Mr. Mc
Kroyitof thi opinion Ibst thi Ni*ol*
ootl properties will shortly com* to th*
(row*.       	
During this season tb* Indians hiri
probably nciiri dmon whi��ky than inr
before.   Along thi construction work it
lorni point* it bu been fnely p*ddl*d
It is t bird proportion (or i oonsubls to
b* it ill pltoM tt obm md thi gown
mint should im thtt ��� pttrol is put on.
-lamplss bin been made with guilty
indmdeals, ind ia tin future if * few
would got thi (ill silent ol thi la* It
might help to restrict th* sipplying of in
toiicant* to tb* Indira*.
Thi danoe bald ia ?oo\*j�� ball Ut)
Thundiy inning und*r th* iMpieu of
tbi Nieoli Atblitlc AMoeiation wm will
attended tad wm probably on* ol thi
bertdwon b*ld la NI*oli. It wm ��n
*-pnnp*a affair rnry oa* doing their
otmort to mtki i pl****nt inning.
Aboit midnight loach wm nmd-
Th* MlalBf IadaMry.
Thi mineral mdustry of British Colum-
blt bu ninr hid ��� batter ohanoe thin it
hu today. Tbi prieu ol thi metal* tn
good ill roaad. Silrer keep. 0rir thi
80 cat mirk, l.ad last w���k toaohtd ,,���
high point of ��14.10*. la Londoa, an* i.
high ��d ia gnat dsma. aad diotrolrtie
copper commtndi around 16 csnt*. Then
price* tford *io*ll*ot opportuiitias lor
���tking mon.y by thi derolopmrat ol tbi
mineral industry tnd a* usual Am.ricn
InrMtontnoomiigmto tiki ap what
Canadian* bin negl*ct*d. - Kootenw
Mail. '
The following is a circular
sent out by the provincial minister of education respecting
the operation of the new Public Schools Act in rural districts
of the province.
To meet the greatly incres-
ed cost of the maintenance ol
public schoo's during the past
few  years, some  change has
been made in the financial administration of the education
department, as set forth in th<
"Public Schools  Act,  1905."
and this circular is issued tor
the information of voters and
guidance  of trustees, with a
view of explaining fully those
sections of the new act which
deal more particularly with the
management of the school af
fairs in rural sections of the
province.
In the districts which have
"assisted schools"   the only
change made is, that the peo
pie will now provide direct for
the incidental expenses of the
school.   I n the case of assisted
schools no rates will be levied,
the expenses being met volun
tary of parents and others in
terested, in the same manner
as the buildings and furnishings
are now provided.   The whole _.     _.
, ��� 1 e        1        ��� From Cootlw down th* road looaidw
of the salary of teachers in as- ,bI, Hrit,_wt ��� no, ���, 0win, to tb.
sisted Schools will  be VOted by construction c��mp*b*ing**Ubli��h*d, ��nd
the   lwrielatur*   r>nA   ___j >>���-���
per month for salary. The
government will make such
supplementary grant up to any
sum not exceeding $100 per
year in each district. School
houses will also be erected by
the government in rural school
districts which may hereafter
be organized. The people of
the districts themselves will
determine the salary to be paid
to the teachers and the sum or
sums required for the conduct
if the schools. The manner
n which such funds are to be
raised is set forth in this circular.
Attention is called to section
24 of the new act, which provides for special aid to districts
in which it is needed;  to section 50, where exemption is
made for those who should not
be made liable for the school
rate; and to section 67, which
provides the right of appeal
from assessment-
Attention is also called to
secticn 98, dealing with  the
duties of trustees of assisted
schools, and to sections 49, 50
and 53, providing lor the raising of funds.    ^^^^^^^
Trustees  in  rural districts
should procure copies of the
new school act and devote several hours every day during the
winter months to a study of
its provisions.
*���-���_ -OVIRKMlirT  rOR-IS AT
Moaoow.
__*-__> ia HIM -UMtt-f Ha.fi Dieted to Overthrow thi Autocracy.
WUlActlDd*p*nd*ntofth*
Imparl*! AuthorttlM
RAIL WAT COHST-OCTIOsT.
Work PiogreMln, Steadily Ahead at
Tali Bad.
John P. M��0onn.ll tod Joba Millar,
m*_b*n o( th* Jm-Mm newspaper ind
mining mm, wbo ipinf Mnrtl wMk* in
tin A*p*n Gnvi camp w*re la ton this
wnk oa thilr wiy to thi Orotn. Thi
writing* ol thi* ��mp by Mr. MeConncl,
w*r*r*ry intenrting ind rapplUd to*
nab** of impart, tod will do 1 ratt
anoint of good to thi ���ountry. Tbiy
wUlr.m-lnw_aUmeln.h- Motion look-
w_g war ���lihaf propwttt*.
Viaooanr mirobtnt* (nr thit tbi
hn��y ndictlon in (night rales oa thi C
P. R from Moatml ind Toronto to Id
montontnd possibly to Minion Jnoition
will tin Mttiro whol��e_��n i tnmiodoui
ad ran tag* oror thim.
Litton p*t*at lor tbi incorporation of
Cnabrook as * city ban bnn ginttod.
Tbi int municipal *l*ctioo* will tiki
pirn io No��*mb*r 22, Bomiattioai i
wuk Nt-lwr.
rkifitdty aw thi ht- o*y ol tht double
Mrrin oa On 0. P. R. or�� thi Pieile
dlriiioa, -MB ant Job*.
the legislature and paid, as
heretofore, from the provincial
treasury. The manner of conducting the business ot assisted
schools remains unchanged under the new act.
In the regularly organized
rural school districts the people
are now called upon to provide
the running expenses of the
schools and a small proportion
of the teachers' salaries.     In
this case the regular amount of
salary paid by the government
will be $40  per month, and
this sum will  be supplemented
by a grant of $1 for every dollar  by   which   the   original
amount is increased by the district   For example, say the
average salary in such district
is $50 per month; in order to
maintain this basis the government contributes $40 plus $5,
th* min tnd horns breaking ground tad
making thi right of-way.
For *ome mil** out from SpiooM Bridg*
tb* grtd* is r**dy for tbi rail*. At
th* tuinil work ii going thud steadily
tnd good timi it being mad*. Thi tun
ml ia bciig timbered throughout. Along
tbi route thi line ol railway is now wall
dllntd tnd tt pltoes rock bluffs here
bna lift to finish liter ia thi season.       ]
With tbi eompl*iion of th* tunnel end
thi work if building bridge* thi track
laying will only tiki ��� short tim*. It is
probable that tmna will b* running io
thi ricinity of Nieula by tbi lint ol May
0U_4*r* la 0__n_fo_,
fllanders ii very prersleot ia thi diet
riot, tad eitraordinray m*a*un* mart b*
ttken, if th* diMAM is to be stamped out
tnd infection pr*��ent*d. It would b*
������II if *��eryoi* would (ollow tbi iitmple
of *om* of th* big rsnehsrs, tad n* to
thi thorough disinfection of thiir (teblts
which ihould be sprayed with earbolio
acid. Sacrgitii tad *o*c*rt*d action in
thi* connection would loon prodaM **ti*-
ftotory naalto.���Vwnoa N*wt.
A Momow despatch of Saturday mora'
ing nyt:���At a meeting of delegate* n-
pr��s*nting tb* different  political parti**
it wm drcided to unite in tb* Mtibliib-
mint of t gonrnmint tad to act ind*-
p*nd��ntly ot  th* Impcritl aathoritin.
All tbi  shops, tk**tre* aid   school*
sre elaatd and tb* street* deserted, tare
for troop* ind streama of workman.   Tbi
asftral mMtiogi o( sinker* w*re dlspsr-
s*d by lOMMki.   Th* hanks,  treasury,
iioatoffiM tad thi Oorirnor 0*n*nl'i
iIRcm in surrounded by troop*.    Thi
local merchtnta in uking lor I postpon*-
m*nt of ih* payment of bill*.   Thi governor ginanl hu formally, portponad tbi
auction of peasants property which wm to
baaold (or tan*.   Thi board ot trad*
hn petitioned against the ittt* of siege,
('rices are rery high   Wat*rie20 cents a
pail.   Tb* utmott alarm pnrtil* owing
to rumors thtt workmen in maiohing oa
thi tow a from tbi factory diitrirt.   Thi
slactnc lights bars ihu' down.   Tb* lart
gor*rnm*nt spirit thop u *lo**d.
A aondition bordering upon panle pnrtil* it St. P��t*r*b*rg.   ButinM* is completely ��a*awad*d.   8oldi*n in *t*ry
whm la thi wr*rt* tad bloodehad oa ���
l*rg* seal* i* fasrsd.   Thi gor*rnm*Bt is
trying to ipps-M the inlimid ptopl*,
bit tbi Mfolutionsries an d*t*rmi-*d
to "ore* in armed conflict.   Tb* Int nil-
mid link tonntcting tb* otpitel with thi
outsid* world wm broken Int might whoa
thi Finland railroad dlscontiauad Mrrin
b*t ween St. Pitanborg ind tb* Finni*h
border, but oomunioation by witor i* still
maintained.   TbinbliH still opinting
altboigh thi poatofnc* is cloud, and  tbi
only oiwiatpin to appear are thi Official
Messenger and th* army organ*, which
print dimtioni  for th* military.   Tbi
former *ont*in*d ��� latter from Oaainl
Tnpoff, wbo ii lo command of tbi St.
I'etersburg  gtrrison,   tddmnd  to tbi
pronocul goriroon, instructing them to
tllow publio muting* for th* discossioo
of politietl qswtion* tnd to interpret thi
law libertily uodsr Count Witti'i direct.
ion*. Tb* gortramrai raalUes thtt npm-
sion by irmi io tbi tremendously noitad
elite of tbe country wiuld b* fatal ind
mMtingi in tllowtd as safely nl*M.
Farther mutingi it tbi ininriaty bin
bin bnn prohibited bat throe buildiag*
bin dmo Ml nidi ia 8t   Pitmbirg.
(t��n*r*l Tnpoff bu intruded tbi gor-
eraon tu nlMt buildings la ill tbi citiu.
Much alarm is shows ti tomi of tbi
emhassiM for th* uftey of for*igu sub
jects, tnd tb* (itattion 1* being gnraly
discussed.   Bayood preliminary irnagi-
msnt* for the despatch of embtuy mails
by bott, howinr, no slips bin yit h*M
_!__
Subnrib* for Thi Nical* H*r*W tod
git tbi local mwi ol NiooU VtlUy.
Methodist Mla-oo*.
Aecordlag to ad noes r*o��ir*d .,_��
London *l tb* mntiog of th* gaaml wa-
ftnan minion botrd, tbi Snanci- aut*
ment showed thit lbs total income ol thi
*oei*ty (or thi part year wm $386,000 and
the Mpraditan* Include $115,000 for Ih*
heme missions, $98,000 for Indian mis
aim* tnd nboou, $8,900 (or French mi*
���ioMfudiatlitato*, $26 000 for Jtpti,
$1��,000 for Wut Chin*. $1,000 (or tbi
Ckinn* work la Brttiab OolumbU $f,000
(or Japains work ia British Columbia.
tad salarin it mink- room* $6,400. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance, 12 a Tear
Nioola, B.C. Notimhiii i, 1606.
Th* Game Lawa
Th* following synopsis of ths game laws
i* publish*! by reuuut.
No person era eiport out of the limits
of British Columbia tny animal* or birds
meniiontd in tbe (lame Act, unless the
holder of a garni licinsi.
Trout must not be taken under six
inches in length. Th* use of salmon roe
for trout fishing ia unlawful.
The close staaon for trout is from No
���ember 14 to March 24.
User mutt not be hunted with dogs at
any time. It ia illegal to sell deer on
Vancouver Island at any tim*. Buck
deer may be sold on the mainland from
September 15 to November 16.
The close season for grouse of all kind
is from .January 1 to August 31. Eii.lish
ptrtridgM, quail and pheasant* cannot be
killed at any time. The sale of all kind*
of grouae ia prohibited.
The close seaso* for elk, cariboo and
moos* is from January 1 to August 31
Cow moose, ewe sheep, cow otriboo, fawn
deer, calf moose, calf cariboo and lanil>
mountain sheep cannot be killed at any
time.
The close season for deer, mountain
goat it from December 15 to Augus' 31
Th* close season for duck of ell kinds,
including snipe is from March 1 to Aug
ust 31. North of rhe 55rh parallel of
Itttud* it is unlawful to ihoot duck of any
kind, or grouse, including ptarmigan,
from March 3(1 to September 16.
It is usual for the g'irernment to allow
cock pheasant shooting nn the mainland
from "ctoher 15 to Decern her 15, and
quail ami cock pheasant shooting on Vancouver Island from October 1 to Decern
ber 31 in each year.
flame cannot be put into cold storage
tt any time.
Beaver cannot be killed for li yean from
August 1, 1905.
ATT-MPTED ROBBERY.
On __lt*r_ Tow-ship* Bank, Midway
Wa* Frustrated.
j
Sunday night  last   we*k,   three  men
! mtdi an attempt to rob the branch of the
! Eastern Townships Bank tt Midway,  no
| doubt tllracted by  th* Proximity of pay
'lays on the V. V. A E. and Midway and
j Verii.iii  railway!.   It wa* esrly in th*
I ivening and E C. Moe, the acting mane
ger, mw three men at the rear of the
building.   Not finding an officer readily
he (houled st tlirm aud  receiving no answer began to shoot at the theives lending
five bullets after ihem, the robber* r*
I turning the fire.    A large erowd   was tt
j trtcted, *ml the theivea  eacapted, doubt
l*��a acroas the Kettle river into the date
I i ( Wuhington, hut a short diatsnoe sway.
An examination showed that the hank
building, a one story  wooden structure,
had the panel partly cut out, and but for
the vigilance of Mr.  Moe,  the robbers
might hsve gained entrance.
At the laiest report thi robbers had not
been captured.
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice ia hereby given thtt huntiug or
shooting on tbe property of the Douglas
Lake Cattle Company is forbidden. Any
person or persons hunting or shooting
on the above property will be prosecuted
under tbe sections of the Game Act.
J.   B.   GKIAVE8.
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KAM1/XIP8,  ASHCP.OFT,  YALK AND
BIMILKAMKKN MINIMI DIVISIONS OF YALK DISTRICT.
1 MOTICK Is hereby given that all placer min
A' lux claims legally held In the Kamloops,
A-hiiofi. Ytle anil Similkameen Mining Div
talons will be laid over from Ihe 1st day of
November on-iilng to ths 1st day of Mar. IHOti.
0. C. Tl'SSTALU
Gold Commissioner.
Kamloopa. October 16th, 1903.
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Ettate of
ANTOINE GODEY.
w
BRUSHES
for the
HIAR
Bridge Needed at Petit Creek.
Handlers south of the Nidla and Eat
of Petit creek are sadly incmivenienced
by the fall freshets Some su or ����� en
Mttlers who have their gear and goods
' to haul across the numerous fords in th t
district have been more or less delayed by
high water.
During the past seasons the bridge bail
by A. Clemi's has heen largley use I, i>u
Dow that Clemes bridge haa been withe*
out the rsnohers in questions are petition
ing the government fora bridge. Mr.
Stevenson the road superintendent is
fully aware how much a bridge is needeil
in the locality in question and the cVief
onmmimioner of lands and works couhl do
worse than write to that gentleman for
praticulars.
Railway communication is now assured
tnd will no doubt do much towards bring
in new settlert but, to enable land to le
Ul.en up readily upon the south of the
Nicola a bridge is absolutely needed and
should he built without delay,
' The petition mentioned above has heen
signed by all the settlers interested ami
ih mid meet with prompt consideration
from the provincial government.���Com.
"live" ���
1 wood J
backs   >.
0 T. P. Construction
It it raported in authorttive quartet*
at Montreal that in May next construction
will be commenced on the] Pacific, Oim
nil1* A Northern Railway, the charter for
which road was purchased tome time ago
by tha Grand Trunk Pacific Railway fors
sum said to be in the neighborhood of
la aw,
The plans for this road call for eon
ttruciion fr ni th* head of Kitamaat Arm
on salt water, to the Skeona river at or in
the vicinity of Haielton. Preliminary
���urveys for th* whole line have been made
and hut I surveys have been run for tome
dielaiici* itilait'l from the coast,
New Paper.
0 d Mm Simpaou of tbe Crtnbrook
llerajd ii brtnehing out. Next moith he
will *ttrt the publication ot a Lethbndge
Herald, If the Lethbridge Herald is one
fiftieth M good as it* namesake, it will be
t dandy. Success Old Mia Golden
Stir,
We htve many different styles
of hair brushes���well made brushes
with solid backs and long
_ bn-tles clinched in. Natural
celluloid or silver mounted
and handles. Wu will take pleasure in showing then, to you.
From 50c to $5.00 each
SUNBURN
Relieving
COLD CREAM
Is most Cooling
Quickly relieves sunburn, wind-
burn, chafing, prickly h��st. nettle
ra-h snd all ��� ���' he- summer skin
irritstinns. Cooling��� smithing���
healing, perfectly pure. Delicately
perfumed. A delightful toilet
necessity.
MALLERY DRUG CO
I.1MITKD
-AMLOCP9,     :      :   B. C.
1 IlltlS. Ill llll IT
A K.i'. He. London.
PROVINCIAL ASbAYER
Kamlnnph I ('
Assays and analji-es tf Hies, I'oal and hi
diiKlrlal products.
samples by mail or Sin���e receive primp'
attenti 'it.
RILKY HOU8K
NICOLA LAKK, H. 0.
First class hoard and lodging by tbe
day week or mnriih. Every attention
given to the travelling public.
Mks. Ba���-f, Proprietress.
TENDERS will he received by the under
sinned for the purchase of the Cattle, Horses |
and other personal property, and the real estate of 1 he lat e Antolne Godey.   Terms cash.
Particulars thereof may be obtained from
Peter Marquart, Nicola, H. I��.
ALEC II. MACINTYRK,
Olfllcal Administrator. Coun'y of Yale,
 Kamloops. B. C.
NOTICE.
Plvty days after date I intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lands and works for permission lo purchase 640 scree mountain pasture
land, described as follows: commencing at post
Nn. 1, VI K. Thvnne's 8. E. corner, thenoe N 80
rhalns, Ihence WW chains, thence 8 (Kl chains,
thence R 811 chain-. The lanl is situated In
OH cr Valley snd adjoins K. Ilndd's pre-emption.
19th Oct. IM,.. M, K. THYNNK.
_*_..    O.    T.
COURT NICOLA, No. 8931, A.O. F��� meets
second snd fourth Frldai In each month
at 8 p.m., In Pooley'a Hall. Visiting brethren
cordially Invited.
Rir. A. r-ta-B, P. R.
A. H. CARItlNQTOlt. Sec.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that. 80 days after date
I intend tnappt) tn the Hon the ' kief Cn~.
mi-sinner of l-nda nd Works for permission
In purchase the following described land situated ntie mile and one half N of the Lower Nit' la
pi��t office.
rnnittecnclng al anost, marked C.F, Ihence W
1 forty chains, ihenee South fo ty chains, thence
1 Kant fetrtv chain", thence North 1 1 point of
1 ��� nmmen'vment and rnntaiiie k forly acres
1 mnre or |_ia,
;   Hated ��i Ixiwer Nicola this 21st day of Sept-
em b-r, I9H.V
C. ELI K.
Notice.
NOTICE.
Th* public will please take notice I hat
<n and after November, 1st all messages
and cooverss_t���I on Oovemment Tele
phone lines will be tent and received
through Central Office at Nicolt. Thi
public business heretofore done tt the
it res nf A. II Carrington tnd A, E
Howie A Co., will be discontinued after
that date.
CHAS. S. STEVENS,
Superintendent.
FOR SALE.
1 American Bain wagon .'I}.
1 American Bain trucks 3J (new).
5 set heavy work harness.
1 Boggy harness and Buggy.
1 Gang Plough.
1 Pair Bob sleds.
For particulars apply to
R. H. Winny.
Thirty days after dale! Intend to apply tn
it* chief Comntissiotiet nf lands and works for
��� licence tn prospect for coal on the following
etes-rihed lands, ���"ommenclng at a postmarked
'*. �� Argust S. W corner, being at t"e S. E.
nrner nf A.g. Jscielw cua claim thence Nor'h
��0 ch it s thence E��st SOchslne, thence smiih 811
halees ihence West 8(1 chains to point "f com
mencement.
�� R. F. Argmt, Locator,
(nntlee, R, C. Oct. I 1905.
rommencing at �� pnti marked A. s. Jacobs
leeittgat the V.K corner of ���(   i��� Harrow' coal
lain, ihence riiiining North SOchains.  Ihence
w est SOchains. thence South atI chains, tlience
Kan Kli.hains, topnin' nf citmiiiiO' cment.
A s. JAt'OH- locator.
II. F, Argust. Agent
I'otiilee, t>t. 410OI
' n - mnnciiiv at a post marked R l��� liar-
na* E. I 'orner. being at the N Ewrner of H.
P. Triiii'liu'i cltiini. th e running  \nrth 80
hams, ihence " e 1 80 chains, tnence South 80
��� hains, thence East 80 chains to point of com-
iiic ��� elm nl,
h. I* HARROW, Locator.
H ��  argust, Agene.
r lee, R. fl, "ct. 11901.
routine ncing at a po*| marked M. llarrnw N.
�� . ��� am* . leeinga' iheS VV crnernf Mrs. R.
'rii ..tMi'l'M c al claim, thence running souih
11 1 haii-. thence l-Hiai 80 nhsln., Ihence North
il rhalns, tt ante West '0 chains to point of
comm nc meni.
Bt, HA R MOW, Locator
H F. Argust, Agen .
 Ice. H. C. Oct, 4 1HI5
Cn ni In  a'a coal narked W. R. Stewarl
���i. W corn. r. Itelng"! Ihe "a. Her ernf R F.
arvu-l oal rlalm laVnce running all chains
tlieiecc Has' HO ill Ins. ihence ~<<uih60i hains to
ihe \ E. corner of Indian reserve near ('outlee
H. I'. I be*** VYe-t -to chain , ihence Jeuth 20
the nee Weel 110 chains tn point of cotiimeot'e-
ment,
W. R, siewait, Loottor.
M K, Atgust, agt.
Cnullee, H. C. Oil 41905
romiiie'ii'lng at a itost marked R. H. Trunt
Inili. V K. corner, iielng on Ihe west line of
Ind Keser.e mar ''on'Ice,'ben running west to
I In- N r corner of coal Iniattlnn Nn IBI5 thenc-
-nulh 2111 e lien,,, tltrnia I ti-i lo Ind Iteserve.
i hem ��� N''ir'lr.1ich iins thence li"aa' 10 chains.
the.nceNor h 120 chains tn point nf commencement, being aM the land between coal claim..
Nn.s. 1015, 1017, 10411 and the Indian reserve,
Consisting of ahoin 010 aires,
B H. TlfUMRULU Locator.
R. F. Argust, Agent.
Coutlee, B. Q. Oct. :i 1005.
('ommein ing at a poet marked Mrs. B. Tram
hull S W corner being the N. W. corner cf M
liarrawcoal location, thence North 80 chains,
to the S W. corner of S. A. I 'obb's coal local! >n
thence Kast SO chains thenoe Smith 80 chains
thence West 80 chains, tn point of beginning.
Mrs.B TIIUMHCLL, Locator.
H- F. Argust, Agt,
Coutlee, B. O, Oil 4 1905
Commencing a> a posi marked S. E. Cobb,
tiring a' the N. K. corner, nf Indian Iteserve
near! outlee thence running North 00 chains,
thence Kami 80chains, then-e South 80 chains,
ihence West 80 chains thonCe North 80 chains
to point of ��� "iii.menciiH'iit.
8 K. Cobb, Locate r.
& F. Argust, Agt
Coutlee, B, C. Oct 41905.
METROPOLITAN
MEAT riARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lnmb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout the District receive careful attention and promptly delivered
JAUIEH  rooi.DY      ......      Proprietor
Twice a week delivery to Lower Nicola, Coutlee, way ppint^
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Horseshoing done in
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will  receivr
prompt attention.  , Satisfaction guaranteed.	
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
���Notice.
Notice Is hereby |{iven that within siity days
from datel intend u akin* application lo Hi-
Hon. Commissioner of 1-nda and Works for
(termlssion o purchase MO aeresof pasture land
m the Kamloops division of.Yale District;
s luatertasfollowsiCoiiainencingat a stake at
I he P) W. oorner of the land; running . I hence
East 80 clmins, thence North 40 chains, thence
A est 80 chains, thence South 40 chains, to 1 he'
point of commencement.
.    ��� ��������� (led. Rent. ''
September. B, 1906. ,     ,.,���.,
Notice.
Notice Is hereby fel-ven'thst within sixty davs
from date 1 intend, inakuiK appliatlnn �� the
Hmi Unmmisaioner of lands and works for pur-
mis-ion to purchase M" teres of nasi U1 laid In
the Kamloots Division of Yale District, situated
as follows: ('oininencinK al. a slake at I lie N. vV.
enrteer of Indian Iteserve on Quilchena Creek
runiiiiiKthene'eKiiuth (W chauia, uVn-o West
80chains, thence S''rlh 80 chains, Ihence ha-t
80 cbains to the pelntpf 00Bimenc��niiSnt.
r, H. JON KB.
September. 30th,1905i
Notiee.
Notice Is herebv given that within 10 day-
frnin dale 1 Intend making application to lhe
Hon. Commissioner of lands snd Works for
permission to purchase .160 acres morn or less nf
mountain pasture laud It the Kamloops Divls
Ion of Yalclllstrlct, sl'uated as folluws, com
nienclngatasnkeWehillns VV. of the N. K
corner of sec. 10 I'. 100: running thence K, M
chains, Ihenee N. 40 chains, thence K. 40 chains
thence N. 45 chains more or leas lo stump I jike
thenoe H W. along the K bank of Stump Lake
10o chains tn the pnbjt nf oommecement, c.en-
t*tnlng 30" aoreinnore or less. Also; Comim ncing al A ��, iiuiier of LiSJIO. 1. th'nceN-rlh
1,1.7.1 chains, thence- KMf W ��� hain-,th"nceSou'h
1.1 .'bains to the v. bank of Slump Lakej thence
West along "*iump Lake 4u chains to the point
nf commencement, containing 60 acres more
��r,W1, J._,PALM_R.
September, 30th, 1905.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
Aberdeen, Plymouth Queen, Manchester, I���*
d n. Cnpner Relht and   King   Solomah's
Dream Mineral Claims     Situate In the
Nicola-Kauiloops Mining Division of Y'ale
District    <'liiiins|..e nit linear 10 Mi el rick
North Nicola. ,
Take no'icc that I. 'eitui Clappetton. free
miner's cerlilcae Nn. n76993, intend,60 days
frpm the dale hereo', to apply to the niiniog
recorder for a certifies*eof improvement*, for
the iiiif|ioH'nf obtaining a crown grant of the
above claims, ;
And further take notice that action, under
section������. niust be oommenced before the lssu
anceof such certificate of Improvements:       i
Dated thia l.'ult day of September, 1905
JOHN UL-HI-KTON.
MINERAL ACT.   -
(Vrtilicate < f Improvement!.
NOTICE.
Copper standard and Amelia Mineral Claim*.
situate in the Simllkainei'n Mining Divisjop
of Yale liiaiMt". VI here located: ln Aspen
linen- l'amp.
Take notice that I, F. W, Droves, acting a>
agent f >r Dalic Kaslk'o.hI. Free Miner's i crlitl
caie Net H87.->30, J < . I'auiitiell freo nuiierV
e-rtlfl'tle No. B 2585, Jhnn McDonald, free
miner's uerUHc ile No ui-tll-l. Char ������- J. Chris
'ten, f'ed miner's cerl.llieatn No. U���IKi9, Lotos J.
Mall,  frne miner's uTiitlcine No. wi 509, hi_
I'rlee Klllson. fr in. r'�� rcrtlfl'-te Na n22S.11,
Intend, sixty days fioni lhe date hereeef, in ap
piy to the min'ttg recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
crown grani-nf the above claims.
And fit iher take notice thai; action, undei
section ,t7. limit be commenced before the lssu
i nil of auch ia'! i iiie'eiic of improvements.
Dated this 18th day of -v.. I cm nor, 1905.
., .    Notice.
Sunjeot to the Dominion Homestead
Regulations.
Thirty days from date hereof I Intend lo take
notesession of the following deecrlbed lands
From Wm. MiLrai'ii N vv post, situated at
theieolnt of juiieiiun of Petit creek and Nicol*
iver, thence f 8" chains more ur le s, to 8, W;
corner of Indian reserve thenca 40 chain" more
or less to po-t on bank of Petit creek, theac*
folleiw bank of Petit creek N to point of com
inencement. Containing tn all, 100 acres more
or less.
(Signed) Sept., 21th 1"*V
U. V. FLICK.
A THE  NICOLA  HERALD
Qovarn-iant Win*.
London, Oct. 26,-Th* by* election it
HamttMd today for tb* member of Pari
ment to succeed Mr. Tho*. Milvain who
bu been appointed t judge, resulted in
the election of th* Unionist ctndidste,
Mr. J. 8. Fletcher, by the reduced msjor
ity of 422.
An Ad That Paid.
A T��itt girl advertized for t hutbsnd
tnd got him. Thi tottl upensi for id
���ertning, wedding outfit, etc, were 111
Within t yetr he died leaving her t in.
���urance policy for 110,000. And yet tome
people ssy it don not pay to tdverti**.-
Oolden Stir.
Mori Settler*.
(iemrtl Booth statu* thtt nut spring
he will charter three vessel* (tiling from
London, Liverpool tnd Glasgow for emigration lo Ctntdt. Ne ia alto arranging
to send out parties at an early date, their
wives to follow when arrangement* can lie
mad* for their reception in Ctntdi,
An Odd Assortment.
All the notable people in America ire
ruitiotttng tt present Miss Alice Roosevelt it rubbernecking in Yrkohamt; Gay
nor and Greeni are in a Georgia gaol;
Msvnr Houston of N��lmn is setting type
in Nevada; Premier Rond of Newfound-
and is in .Scotland; Fighting foe Martin
ii windjamming in Manitoba, and Earl
ind Lady Grey ��re gazing at Manitoba's
big wheat crop ���Golden 8tir.
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $1 coco,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        ....        $135,124,452.74
PRESIDENT. Rt. Bon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, O. O. H. O.
VICE PRESIDENT. ��� ��� Sir Geo. A. Drummond. K. O. H. O
GENERAL MANAGER E 8. CLOUSTON
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 MAN,     .
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
STBwA FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
Canada to Become Republic
In a lecture delivered at Egermont, las'
week on the Mate nf th* world 60yetr>
hence, PrnffelKW Strong "f Liverpool, pro
pheised that Canada would past into
repuile, finding that the McKinley tar rT-
fettered developement to her industries
to * degree which became unbesrabl ,
Australia would also shikeoff the mnthtr
conntry, but New Zealand would remain
true,
British Columbia Paper.
Paper will be msnufacturd in  British
Colombia iu   another   yaar   or  fourteen
months at the must.   J. M. McKinnon.
managing director of the Oriental Pulp A
Paper Company, ha* received ��� ctble
gram   from London that sll the money
nectitary for tha project is available ami
to proceed with th* work of iri-t tiling tl ���
plant *��� toon it possible.   Acting under
under    these    instruction*   the   large
mam building will now be erected, tnd
by the end of 1906 then will be in piece
two digeatori, ten grinders and one large
papeJ machine.   The workt of the com
[any will be located tt Swanton bay on
the mainland  coast,  opposite  Princess
Royal island.    Leans tn held of 80
000 acres of the belt kind of wood for pulp
purposes, tnd considerable preliminary
work hat been done.   At Swanson bay i
1 wtterpower, which his no tuperior on
the cottt, tnd in the vicinity of thi works
A00 acre* have been laid out it t to wntite.
v_^
Also Oonoral Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
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 am.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday ior Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  Sunday  6 a. m., arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
hvery 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. KTKWART,    -    -    Proprietor
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0. ^^^^^^
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agent* ln Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON - LANCASHIRE FIRB INSURANCE  CO.-
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 Holise, [roWer Nicola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.      ...
   S J. WOODWARD
Alberta Election*.
Writ* btve keen issued for the firtt
���lection in Alberta. The date i* Thura
day November, 9th. The nominations
were mid* on Ootobor, 31.
Laid to Rest.
Beside thit other great actor Harriet,
���nd under the shadow of the statue nf
Shakespore, ss tho interpreter of whole
plays hi won fsnin, the aahes of Sir Henry
Irving wen ou Fruity given bnritl in
Westminster Abbey; thus being tocorded
Kuglind'i greatest tribute to her dead.
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL-���
Is prepared to tike contracts for
tawing lumber and getting out
timber.
Uener-I Mill < on tract�� Eipcuted
PRICK8 MODERATE
Partiet wishing work cm hive tame
promptly attended to by applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lands and works for a lie*
ense to prospect for coal on tbe following des-
iTilii'il land, starting from a post 40 rhalns west
of the 8. R. corner of John Cornell's pre-emption, then !��� N. W chain* theme K DO chains.
i In-lit i' 8 BO chains, throne VV 80 chains to place
of beginning-. W. A. Cl.KI.ANI).
Locator
By B. Fallows, Agent!
September 21 UN.
THE PLA0B TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CICAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMLOOP8
Full stock of Domestic and Imported Clgara.
and the best smoklDg tobareo always on hand.
Drop In and enjoy a quiet game of Billiards.
Agent forthe Pioneer Steam Laundry, Vancou
ver,   Laundry shlpoed every Saturday,
HOTEL*
Co^rojartejors, Knmloops '
ft J. Robinson k
Sometimes w* get to interested in showing other* wherein they are wrong that
we fail to raentio* wherein wear* right.
Business Local*.
Smoke Interior or La Morena Cigar*.
When ynu wint t good smoke ask for
tbi Interior or Le Morena Cigar, menu-
ftctured by the Inltnd Cigar Factory,
Kamloops.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for
a license to prospect for coal oo the following
described land, starting from a post 10 chains
west of the S. K. corner of John t'orbeu's preemption, thence N 80 chains, thenoe VV 80
chains, Ihence 8 80 chains, thence K 80 chains
to place of beginning.        II. K. SARGENT,
locator.
By B. Fallows,
September JJ, 1905. Agent
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
thd chief commissioner of lands and works for a
license to prospect for ootl on the following
described land, starting from a pas* at tbe N
VV corner of VV. A Cle end's coal claim, thenoe
N 80 chains, thence K 80 chains, thence S 80
chains, thence W 80 chains to point of begin-
ning. W. B, JACK.SO.V,
Locator.
Sept g, 1905, By B. Fallows, Agent,
NOTICK
Thirty days after date I -tend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for
a license to prospect for coal on the following
described land, beginning at the N VV corner of
VV. A. Cleiand's coal claim, thenoe N 80 chains,
thence VV 80 chains, thence 8 80 chains, thence
E 80 chains to place of beginning.
i. J. CH-MBREAU,
MONTREAL HOTKL, Kamloops, Napoleon
Latremoulllc, proprietor,   Urst class in
���every particular.    Good wines, Liquors and
cigars.  Stabling in connection.
KAMLOOPS HOUSE, P. Herod, proprietor.
Rest, stock of wines, liquors and cigars in
the Interior.    Just Ihe spot fora nice cool re
freshing glass of beer.    When in Kamloops
call in.
NICOLA STAGE
E. J. MarteH
LEAVES SPENCE'S BRIDGE
Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 7 a.m.
RETURNING FROM NICOLA
Every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY, 7 a.m.
Sept U, 1JM,
BrB.F-towsX'n'E;
GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL, Kamloopt.   The
nearest, hstel to the railway station.    The
only cornenlent hotel for travelers.     Good
rooms, good table, good liquors.    Two large
sample rooms.   P. A. Barnhsrt, proorletor.
Good stabling In connection.
ASHCROFT HOTEL.   The most convenient
hotel for visitors In Ashcroft.   Tho best of
table board.   Hot aim cold baths.  Our renre
senlalive meets all trains.  Johnson _ Perkins,
proprietor*,	
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, Ashcroft. Ev
erj thing up In dale, the house has lately
been remodelled and is now under new man
agement. The bar is supplied with choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars When In
Ashcroft stop at the Grand Central, George
Ward, proprietor.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charlea Debarro, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITV, . . ��� ��� B. C.
Headquarters for Summit, Rabbitt
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Bear
and Kelly creek camp*. Quod Fishing
and Butting.
P. O. Address    Atpen Grove.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker, Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kindt of Wttches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc, kept in stock.   Wedding presents t specitlty.
First class repairs done on short notioe
and returned at once.
Unequalled as a
S--Qnter Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B. C.
Stop ���( the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Robt. Scott, Proprietor
When  traveling  on  the Nicol* road
ir tlre
CARPENTER
Ue, send your ,ork to the undertignrf
All   orders  finished  in . - |k���, t,
manner.   Cabinet work . tpecialty       P
J- R. heOREGOR,
Lower Nioola, B. 0.
RESERVE
Right or Wit tor IUm.witk, Etc,
Notice is hereby given tint all crows I���on.
along the located lines of any railway, power or
tramway company, incorporated under the
authority of the Legislature of this Province,
and having a width of fifty (.Wi feel on etch sidr
of said lines, are reserved for right of way pnr
purposes of such railway, power or tramway
Company.
W. 8. GORE,
Deputy Commissioner nf I���nris and Work*
ids *nd Works Department,
Victoria R C��� OcL. 3rd, 1906. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
E. Walker wis in from  the Coldwttir
on Wednesday
Mrs. Marshall returned from Rockford,
Thursday evening.
Trout season closes November 14.
Charles Myers, the celebrated horseman,
was at Kao>loopa thit week.
Joseph Collett  wss tt  Katnloops thit
week shipping cattle to the coast.
Wm. Hunter of Princeton is spending
t few dsys with his relatives in Nicola.
Stsnley Kirby of the Quilchena House,
Quilchena, was in Kamloopi this week.
Church of KngUnil services will be held
on Sunday November firh at Coutlee 3 p.
m and Nicola 7.15, p. in.
Mrs. 0. B. Armstrong of Lower Nicola
has been very ill at the home of Mr. snd
Mrs. A. K Howse for the past week. She
is now much unproved.
A meeting of the committee of the
Nicola Athletic Association will be held st
the residence of l!. A. Lafferfy on Friday
evening Nov. ord at 7.45 o'clock.
FORRESTERS  ELECT OFFICERS
Annual Convention Held At Victoria
Extensive Organization Planned
The twenty.second annual session of the
British Columbia (irand Lodge of the
Ancient Order of Forrester* which met si
Victoria on M'tudsy concluded Thursday
evening with a banquet.
Among the important matters disiu��si-d
wss that of providing funds for the purpose of carrying lit an extensive scheme
of organization of new courts throughout
the province. Il was tlcided to a��*.-��
each suhordinste lodge in the sum tal
seventy five cents per capita tal for tin-
purpose. It was also decided to change
the time of the annual meeting from the
month of Ot-titber to that of August.
The eicetii ti of officers for the ensuing
yesr resulted as follows Mr. T..I. Buckle,
Naniamo, D, 0. R ; Mr. A. N. Thoni
son, D. CR S ; Mr. S.A. Bantly, district
treasurer (reelected); Mr. F. P. Watson,
district secretary, (reelected).
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now it tne time to buy your Harness snd Saddlery. I have in
stock a full line ��� pi i d��i>uitable
to the trade. Saisfaction guaranteed.    All kindt of
��� tl I'UICIM.
Hari.ess, Boots, Shoes, etc., done
neatly and promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
Mi'tiLA LAKE.
B.C.
All placer claims legally held in the
Kainlnops, Ashcroft ,Yale snd Similkameen mining divisions will he laid over
from Nov. 1st to May 1st 1906,
Mr. and Mrs, Murray of Vancouver,
and Mrs. Pooley of Tamerton ranch were
riafting with .1. R. rtn aves at the Douglas
Lake Cattle Co's ranch this week.
Parties desiring seed oats should secure
tt.eiu at once. R. H. Winny.
Subscribe  for the Herald. H per year.
H.H. Morris, inspector of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce arrived in Nicola on
Tuesday evening and after a few day*
visit left for the Similkameen district.
.1 A. Lundv returned Thursday even
int? frnni Sppnces HriHeip where he hail
bee-n to meet Mrs, Lundv and the nhlM.
ren They left for Otter Flat nn Friday
morning.
Waller Clark, returned from Kamloops
nn Saturday where he had been with an
Indian and white man who will ��nrvn
three months for not being advocates of
prohibition.
Harry Trim and Miss Trim of Westham
Island were in Nicola for a few days this
week visiting friends. They rode mer
from Sive.tia via Mamniette hke returning the same route.
THE KOOTENAY
STEEL RANGE
In all sizes ami styles. Guaranteed
article. Our *_���i have already
more thandonhled thoseetf lustjear
Our leader Is the 6-hole Steel Range
lor $46. einiifiiiitireil by Mc('lar)
Mfg. Co., als't a full lincnf
Air Tight Heaters
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAVILOdl'S
(p.,;. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIA-fE AND WiliON WORK
Morseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Coiiiniiasiiin, Insurance
and (ieneral Agent.
Main Street Kamloot)s
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Tiinmas
Carrington entertained a number of y"U"g
people at. their home Oames of all kinds
were indulged in until a late hour, all enjoying themselves thoroughly.
CHURCH SERVICE
Presbyterian Church, Nicula Lake: 8er
vices eiery ���aatiimlh al II a. in. and 7* p m.
liible claes and tisltl.atli Schnn1, i!::*! p.m.
ItKV. UK!IROI   M^tallfeJ,
I' <abvt*t���a I astor.
Riv, .lunv I'vk,
Vi.ihndisi Pastnr,
Methodist Church. Lower Nicolat Itivitn
serine ttvee y lord's It���j at I p.tn, and 7:.KI ii.in
Sunday sehnolal 2 p in.
Jdllv  I'VK,
Meihoeli-t Mini-tet
D���  Htir    M.lSelV.
I'lesitylt'-lail Mini*let
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c
Ottt.ial  ��� - riilnr
Ottieiv  Conniereial 111 s si of  Posi  Dili
Kit a leai  .    I. ('.
John D. Sw.inson, li. A
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010  Westminster Road
,      VANCOUVER, B. 0.
K. ('. <BM-_ Nlork  ol  I mil   mid
Oriinlii. nlnl Trees.
Apple Ti e c-: ' mill It j cm olels: <l.i to $20 per
HKt. ai ennlime to VH-ii'ly. One} car-olds. 1 too
ieel.|10tn|l2|ier UK).
Rite* nie-e stock  of Ch'riy.   I'eaeh,   I'lllln.
tpricnts. etf.. now ge-owii,^ fnr fall orders.   No
j ��� xtictw, lets- or ele l���y of fmnlgsttOD nr ilispee-
I linn.   Lit tne nri ��� yetur list,be-foreplai-inn your
! 'i tier   P*t*log free.
Urrenhniise Hants, Floral Work, Ree Sup
] plies, Kruit i'aekages, Fertiliser*, *tc,
M. .1  HKXRY,
.111(1 Westminster Itoad,       V.tve ,ivkk, I 0
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinils of Wa'cti, Cl.ick
and ,le��elry rei airs d"tie in
fi'Sf class order and salisfac-
tl"ti tfUiraiiteed, Ail wnrk
entrusted to i'Ur Care will be
ciniipleied anil reiirmed with-
Ut delay
If. tl. (AH rlUI,I, A CO.,
'. P, II. Tune I'l-peeiniB. Kutiiloops
"THE PEOPLES STORE.''
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
FRESH GROCERIES
Our Leaders in Teas are Marigold,
Nabob and Salada���all Favorites
Hallowe'en celebrations were rather
time at Nicola, Tuesday evening, owing
no doubt to some of the young fellows reforming after .Judge Murray's fatherly
talk, At Lower Nicola rullow'een pranks
were on Monday evening, being ahead of
time one day.
Telephone Exchange.
Dr. Tutill     1
A  II. Carrington     2
James Pooley     3
(Jetvernment Ottica    4
N. .I. Barwick     5
M. P. Stewart     li
The Niceil* Herald    7
The A. K. House Co., Ltd     8
Bank of Montreal      H
Driard Hotel   10
Mrs. Pooley  11
All the abeive 'phones, with the eicep
tion e,f Mrs. Pooley No. 11, are in work
ing order and business may be transacted
any time during the regular hours. As
soon as the wire and phone to Mrs. Pool
eys is put in place a note of it will appear
in the Nicola Herald.
AH messages md conversations over th-
telephone line are now handled at the
central office Nicola.
Btrnster,   Soil.II
N
Otllt'������:    Ka-t ef  Iter I meaeliaei Ujoek nf  ' ee.
men e. south side- of Viilnrni -tret-i. Ka elnni..
Money to leiHii nn n al titit- --' aril*/,
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land MininK and Oeneral Supply AtfU
Mintage gtB-tte liVi'di Is nn niniiitf mini i
lie- lhmiij.li I hi* IlisiiH'i, Agra i kh iiiiiiiii,
cimtrrtcnrH, form rnnrlinn*n, wmr �����-, b_jfK> i
*lf. . able ii'lilrr-e.. ""Aiiiihu." Code.: H'ttii.
hull. Morftiitf & N.al, A. M. ('. 4i h.
Warihoii-i'   Can'Orfl, Mcola Valley, R. 0,
_
ii
Spcncfi bridge H
BARBER SHOP
Shaving and Halrcuttlng.   First   Class
Work Guaranteed.
Business transae'ted at all hours.   When in
Spinces Bridge give ns a call.
H. -U____N--C_,
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres, situated near Doug
las Lake, with all necessary implements anil also stock.     For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 0.
Springbank Ranch, July 14th, 11)06.
\\ <��� are headquarter* for
���School Books
Scribblers,
Exercise Books
���md supplies of every description
Give us a trial
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
Kainlii,., s and Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWKR NICOLA, B. C.
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
We have constantly on hand
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Miners' Supplies, etc.
At Right Prices
To arrive shortly���A Car Lot of Groceies,
Provisions, Coal Oil &c. for fall and winter.
A. R.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
"ir PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
THE BIG GENERAL STORE
1
STOVES AND TINWARE
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Granite and Tinware from the McClary Manufacturing Co.
of London, Ont. The best makers in
Canada
GENTS FURNISHINGS
Shipment! of Fall and Winter Goods,
Men's Underwear,Top Shirts, >uits, Overcoats, Reefers, ete., 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,
"i
1.
. MI
Life and Fire Insurance Agent. ,\otary Public.
Lower Nicola,       -        .      B. C.
COUTLEE rJOTEI
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,
Proprietor
All kinds of repair work done in t
neat and satisfactory manner slid in short
notice.
Horseshoeing
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Stabling ln Connection. Telephone Connection

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