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Array THE NICOLA
Vol. 2.  No. 16.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1906.
$2 a Year
EARTHQUAKE-FIRE
3AM FRANCISCO IN   FLAMES   2.CO0
KILI.ao AND MANY INJURED
Tidal Wave Completely Wrecks Water
Front -Business Portion of City
In Danger.  Damage  Estl
mated 1100,000,000
Speeial tu The Nicola Herald:
San Francisco, April 18.���
The city was visited by an
earthquake at 5. -o this morning, thousands of buildings
were destroyed and hundreds
of people killed and thousands
injured. The scene was indescribable. Most of the people
rushed out of their houses undressed. Fires broke out in
different parts and there was
no water with which to fight
the flames. The north end of
the city is in absolute ruins.
The fire brigade in the absence
of water had to resort to dyna
mite to prevent the spread of
the fire. The damage already
is estimated at $..0000,000
Both railroad and telegraphic
communication is entirely cut
off. The fire has been r ,^ing
all day. The explosions caused
by the fire brigade have added
to the general ex< itement.
Troops are patrolling the different banks for their protec
tion. Spreckel's sugar refinery
has been destroyed, the dam-
age'being estimated at $1,300.-
000. Part 1 f Sanford university has been destroyed. (Jn
less the wind changes to the
west the whole business portion of the city both wh ilesale
and ret.il will be destroyed.
April 19.���Yesterday afternoon a tidal wave rose and destroyed the whole water front.
Owing toiommunication being
cut off very few details are
coming through. In the morgue are lying over 2 000 people, and there are thousands
injured. The damage to the
city is roughly estimated at
$100,000,000 and the fire is
still raging,
0R1OK-.T MATCH.
A most enjnythle tfternonn arts thi
sniveritl opinion of those who tithtr ptr-
tioiptted or wire spectators raj the cricket
match between Coutlee and Nicla od
Saturday.   Tbe following were the tcoret:
sn mi a Hunt
L Oalsthorpe, b 8imt  0
R.v. D. K. Alltn, h. Sutcliff*  16
Dr. Tutill, b. Kims, I. h. w  6
R. H. Winny, b. .itclifl.  3
T. Heslop, not out  6
J. B. Ctrringtnn, b. Simt  0
S. Smith, run out  0
R-v. W. Oovier, h. Smia  0
A R Csrringfnn, b. Sims, c. Solomon 0
<I. A  Lafferly, h. |_mM*  0
0. St. Brash, b. Sotcliff-  0
Byet  3
Ktlowi.a, Petchltnd, Summerland art
sow in direct telephonic communication
with Ktmlnopa. The work of laying the
6.4011 feet nf oahle acrnst Okansgsn lakt
tn Kelownt wis the latt link in lhe line
ind wu successfully iccomplllhed by
Superintendent 0. S. Stevens last Tuesday morning, the mayor and alderman of
Kelowna win easing the operation. The
line from Kimlnnpa to Ke!o*na via Nicola is 226 miles in length.
PROMISING CAMP
BOUNDARY  OOPPER   SHOWS   TEN
0BNT8 PROFIT PER POUND
OENERAL MEWS.
The retirlentt of S.mmerlend  havt Ht
cided it ittorportte as a municipality.
Total.
.'!..
CoDTLKR Runt
8. J. Solomon, b, O.lalhorpt     27
H. VV. S.tcliffe, b. Alltn      8
8. Stsden.b. Allan      2
T. Harrison, b. Allan  3
Dr. Hera-ant, h. Allan, I. h. w  3
A. Sims, run out  10
W 0 Murray, h. and c Oelsthorpe 0
W. H. Kimpton, b. Oelsthorpe  4
.1. It. V Richards, h. Allan  0
J P. McOonaell, not out  4
'A.    S     Cleasby,     b      Oelsihnrpe,
c. .). B. Carrington  0
Byes  7
Total.
    68
Th�� teams then a<lj urtied tn the residence nf Mrs. M. P. Stewart where after-
nnon tea waa served.
The return match will he played at
Coutlee on Saiurday week  the 28th inst.
LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Little and R. B. Smith of
the Disinnnd Vale Coal company ire in
Nicila today.
Fred A. Hnwtt of tht A. E. Howtt Co.
L"l., went nut lo Princeton last Friday
on busineit for the firm.
The Easter vestry meeting of tht
Church nf England will lie held on Friday afteriioni at 2:30 o'clock at tht
church.
George Milliard has purchased the
blacksmith business of Fred G. Ptigt.
He tikes possession tomorrow.
Mr. ind Mrs. W. Htwkini of the Cold-
spring rtnch, win in Nicolt on Sundiy
tnd ttttndtd Etstsr service in the Church
of England.
G. L Alltn of the Oansdian hubher
Oo , came in nt Monday's stage He
will remain in the dittriet for a few diys
nn buiineu.
Mrt. Pooley entertilntd tht male members of the choir nf the Chuich of Eng
land to luneh it Ttmerlon ranoh on
Easter Sunday,
A ntniber of Indian fr. in the sur
rounding country have arrived al the re.
lerve at Kamloopi to take part in the
annul religious festival. Several chiefs
from tht coast have alto arrived to dia
ouss with the ittemhled natives matters
of interest to thtir net throughout the
provinte.       *
Service will he held in the Church of
England oa Sunday April 22nd: Morning prtyer and Holy Communion 11 ara
Ven   Archdeacon Small, oelel r.nt
Retidenti nf tht vtlley will rtgret to
letrn thtt tht Church of Engltnd will
shortly lust thi tervicts of Riv. Willism
Goviir, wbo Itivti to takt ap wnrk is i
wider (Sild it the emit.
Aipen    Grove's     Showing!   Average
Higher Than Boundary.  Development Being Pushed Ahead
by Claim Owners.
The operations of the three great copper
companies in the Boundary during the
past few yiars have demnns'rated that
the only way tn succeaafu'ly operate low
gridtoree is through milling aa a Itr.t
teste.
The Ortnby Co., wat aot very success-
ful until itt smelter wis able, to handle
2,000 tons per dty and at preaent il js
h uidling 2,700 tons per dty and ovtr tnd
plans are being- prepared to increase this.
When it is conaidered thst the ort in the
Boundary district averages only 26 pounds
nf topper (A the ton nf rnck nr about one
end one-third per cent, with silver nd
gold values nf thnpt two dnllars per tot,
it will be teen that mining "n a big scale
wat nectssary tn make a commercial sue-
oess nf these propotitinns it the Bound-
arr district.
In Aspsn Drove, although develop
ment has been small considering the large
mineralized area, the prospects are much
'Tighter. Assays have shown from 3 to
67 p��r cent copper tn the top and over,
besides gold and silver values of two dollars and upwards. (t is therefore very
evident lhat Aspen Grove has a bright
future before it. Competent engineers
say that the Aspen Grove district has a
large mineralized tone to work on and
if develo| men! proves the large bodies of
rich ore expected, the camp will rank
second to none on the ciwt'ne-w,
Thia it not mere hot tir hut sc'utl fact,
the Aspen Grove district lately having
been in much the same plight at tha
Boundtry district wat a few years ago he
fore railway facilities helped in open up
in retnurcet. With the advent of the
iron hnrte in the valley, and let almost
Oertlinty nf its passing pracically it the
d or of the camp thit year, there is no
excuse fnr the owners nf claws in the
district, nnt doing their best to show to
outsiders the possibilities of the camp.
We are glad to see that develop ment
has already started in the camp, there
being many men up there at the preaent
time opening up and developing e'aimt.
As showing what may be dons to nuke
t commercitl success of even such a low
glade propotition ts Ihe Boundary ore,
th. following statement nf costs from the
Granby mines is intire��ting.
The tmount nf copper produced during
unt mori'h li'ily was 1.766.640 p.-no. t
with 30,000 outicst of silver and 5*10
ounces nf gold, from s tonnage apprm,
msttly 68 000 f ore. The cos's sere as
follows: Mining .'I 7lic a pound, freight
1,18c, smel'ingind converting6.64c. gin
eral tiutnttl 72', total 12 30c f r <gn
nre cost 1 OS % making total o >t 13 38c s
pound. Deducting gold and silver values
of 6 94c per pound, that left i net cost
nf 6 44c per pound tf the traelter at
Grand Forks. The coat landed in New
York wss 8 44c tnd iht profit for tht
month II 61c or nearly 10 cents per
pound.
With an ore which averages very much
higher than that nf the B undary, At|M
Grovt disorict hit no need to mine 2.000
tnni t day to make aa good a showing if
nnt better thtn that of the Granby mines
in the Boundary.
A carload of touri-it tnd ltnd stekiri
visited Keremeot l.at week, whtrt thty
eipect to go into peach growing on to
tirensive scale.
SURVEY TO NICOLA
O. V. M. SURVEYORS AT WORK BE
WEEN FORKS AMD MIOOLA
The increase for five years of the is
���essed valnt nf city property in Vancouver, is given at 85 per c*��t. Increase id
population for the sane period  is 18,000.
Every Prospect of Rapid  Construotloi
Being Pushed  on.-Brldge  Clcn-
tractors Mot Troubled With
High Water.
The C. P. R 't new stetmer, the Kit-
kauook, now building at Nelson, will ht
launched ahoet   May 1st.      The request   j   Steadily but  slowly.     The   at)
While there is nothing starting going on in railroad construction,   things are  moving
made to nauir it after the city uf Nelson
was not granted.
Owing in growing business tnd recent
Contracts received from the (irand Trunk
PaclhO Railway, the Hamilton Powder
C uipany of Na anno, will make rlteii
sive improvements to itt plant, practictlly
doubling its capacity.
The Canadian government hat tccepted
the idler nf lireat Britain to transfer lo
Canada the dockyard _-._UM_.__ Bri iah
men-nf war will retain the right tn dock
there. By the garrisoning nf Equiinslt
and Habfai tnd maintaining of the dock
yard. Canada makes a Isrge contribution
towardl Imperial defense.
Oeneral Castro last M-nday tranifarred
the presidency ot Venezuela to Vice-
President Gomez    I,, the address which    centered on the party of sur.
sence of even normal high
water due to the extremely
light snow fall the past winter
is fortunate from the point of
view ot the bridge contractors
who are pushing the bridge
construction along.
While the absence of ties is
still a hindrance to the rapid
completion of the road, it is
hoped that in the near future
this wili be obviated and construction rapidly pushed to a
conclusion. The work trains
will be at the 22-Mile House
this week.
Interest this week has mainly
he made on lhat otoasinn, (ieneral Castrn
vevors who arrived at Coutlre
said   lhat  his  retirement  was due tn 1
health, hut he did not say whether it wu    and are camped in that vicinity
temporary or permanent,   it i. generally    wnjch they intend making their
understood, however, that  his retirement ��� r 1
_.��� ,,���,,��� _    r,     ,     headquarters lor the present.
��� ill last ihout  three months.   Castro 1 ��� "
teuipnrary retirement 11 believed to hive     While   the   party is   Very retina political .1gn1hVa1.ee. cent as  to their future movements, the work to be done
Work on the construction of .he Prince- n()w js to |ay out tne r()1Jtc fnm
ton-Vancouver division of the Vancouver, .      r,    . _ .     ,       . ,
Victor,. A E I.ay .,11 proh.bly ' the Porks t0 NlCola along the
begin wjthio mty daye, according to an flat   or   about   the level of the
iio.nceiiienti made in Sp kane this week wiigm roaJ opposite the Manse,
by Ureal Northern oflicitls.   This means ���, . _._����_���
that the Hill mteresi, will  drive steadily rhere 1S eVei7 Probability of
ahead with ths work of constructing tht ; further survey and construction
line between M.d-.y and the coast. wor|. g0jng Qn  [wm   ^ jcola at
an early date.
The eruption nf Vesuriut seems to
have reached its climax last week. At
nue tune it was feared that many towns
within a radius of thirty miles of the j
southeastern side would be devastated.
The newt, however from the Vesuvius
region 11 now fairly satisfactory. At the
end of ihe week Naples wta in an aim 11
phere of yellnw grey, and a��het from tht
trnptinn were continually falling on thi
cny. This hst now cleared away and
with bright skies and sunny days the latt
vestige of ths eruption are disappearing
from Naples.
Vtlentine Ohiml, director of the fnr'
tign department of tht London Timet,
makes, under lhe anonymous title of
"Special Correspondent of the Times in
lu'lia," thi bitterest ttttck upon Lord
Kitchener thtt hit yet been published.
Tht Times gives greet prominence to Ihe
trticle, which ii of too gnvt t nature lot
to have far retching consequence.. Mr.
Chirol decltres thtt Lord Kitchener's in
eresstng "mssterfulnese Intolerance of
all opposition and disregard of native
customs" hare brought the huge native
army of India into tuch a condition that
thott but fitted tojudge dretd 1 mutiny.
LOWER NICOLA NBWS
Tht Lower Nicoli Church wu mott
tastefully decorated for Eatter Sunday.
Miss Wiesiaueller, uf lhe Coldwater
school, was a guett tt tht Rottdtlt
House for Easter.
Meaan. Thornton tnd Johnson wire
numbtred with the pile driver outfit lait
wtek.
Henry Lindley hat trinaftrred t portion nf hit nnsh to W. H Gray, the C"��
siderttinn did not transpire. Captain
Flick acted for both ptrties
Ed. Cousins rtturntd from tht tast
laat week looking well tnd hearty.
Two new ttores havt recently opeied
in Lower Nicola Four stores now; sur
dy Lower Nicolt mail he about to boon.
Messrs Shaw aid Baillie sreengsged
iu mining operations at Aspen Grovt.
A. Irwin, Inditn agent, wta in and
around Shulut during ths fort pirt of the
wtek.
Mr. Rti nie, if Ironside, Campbell A
Rannie, wat in Lower Nicola early in the
week concerning bridge construction. THE   NICOLA   HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Publlihtd Every Thurtdty
_n_bf.rlp.lon, ln Advtnct. |2 a Tear
NlCou, a C. Al .ill. 19. IsW
_as  ..        _ 	
ANNtXATION.
Ihe  Governor-General   of
the Dominion, for one, has
very decided opinioni with regard to the much talked of an-
nexation to the United States.
While guest of honor at the
Pilgrim's Club, New York,
Karl drey said in the course of
his speech: 'Any idea of the
possible annexation of Canada
by the United States is scouted
by us as an impossibility as
great as you would regard the
annexation of the United States
by Canada." The id a of annexation has been fostered by
a few cranks and other individuals with their own ends in
view, and who in and out of
season trv to push the idea
along The people of Canada
t__< I owi ver, too much sense
to be led astray by a will of the
wisp of this sort The so cal
led advant ges that would accrue are purely imaginary and
Canadians are ton practical a
people t" listen to the vapor-
inga and mouthing, of a lew
puliticians and grafters who
would like to *ee something of
this nature happen, for their
own personal advantage, lhe
Dominion has no need of annexation with any other country. Its ties with Great Britain, each year become more
feeble politically, until it is
only a question of time when
she will be really independent.
That she should cast off the
protection of the first world
power to annex herself to one
which stands third or fourth is
absurd. The geographical position of the two countries is of
no use as an argument. Those
in the east who talk so glibly
of annexation should travel
through the west for a month
or two when they might begin
to form some idea of why west-
tern Canadians reject with contempt the idea of annexation.
��� .-��-.-_a.-i-r��-r_i-r_i-r��-n ria.-^-r��_ri��
! MOTH
BAGS
Moth Bags are m st .nu
renient in protecting cloth
ing from nio'hs They
hsve an adianltft over
_t_f III- th pre-. Miss* -if
not Kiiparni. a l>f-_k|
odor io the clothing, ttt
narrating ,., mp.'e'u tiring
befo'e wearing Simply
plact the cloihiii. iu the
hag ttid close, pack hag
with ihe clothing in it.
Moth hags tre in various sizes (0 -nit different
garments. We htvt ill
li.es.
MALLERY DRUG CO j
i.iMiTin
KAJfLOCra,    :     :   B. C.      X
lft��_>le-t-C_>l>l>f X> KSe t
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
a, I
*<-,
NIOOU ASSK-SMKNT DI-TftlCT
UNION MADK CIGARS
KU.lTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FACTORY
148 Cordova St W.
VANCOUVER B 0.
After the 15th of April, per-
so lal application will have t >
be made for homesteads in
western Canada. The department of the Interior, recognis
ing the abuses that have crept
in through the old system has
been quick to make a change
with a view of remedying matters. The change will have
several good effects, and is
made in the interest of the actual settler. An -ther beneficial effect will be that it will
tend to induce more careful
selection by the new settler,
and as a result of that selection
will result in greater satisfac-
on hi-part.
M. j. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010   Weetmlniter  Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
Head , II tr'er. fur
PACIfO ousr urown
Otrdtn, Flower and field Serdl.
New cro|F now in ���*<-_a_ and nfl test in
our _reehhou.es. A��k your mircl-ant f-r
them in aealed uickafes. If lie does not
handle them, we will mail fill assorted
60 US' ka_e�� uf vegetable and H --er seed*
(our own s leafing, tullehlt for R. C. g��'
dena) fnr fl.liO. Special prices iii your
hulk seeOs
H <'. Iklll Wool,   ol Fruit   ami
Oriit-lilr-llHl   I 11 1 a.
Now ready for sprni. shipment.   Eitra
nice stork af������
2 tnd 3 year old .pule, fee. at $_0per 100
.IK" per wm.
Maynard I'liim |l (10
1 alian rriuie. _ >. _r line $_.S per IHO
Hutfar Flum   2 jeer, line $:��i per ion
Full li>t of other tiock ai rc_iil_r prices
No eipense, loss or delay uf  iimin_ritt 11
nr inspect mu.
llrfeoliou.e flints, Floral Wnrk. "tt 8ip
piles. Fruit I'ackatea. Fertilisers, sic.
Lit ma price your lit. before ordering.
Catalogue Free
iMJ  HFNHY,
-Old Wsstmlnsler Road, /   Visjouivik, 8. C.
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased,
JIMIIKR- will be received by ihe under-
slime, executors ot theesisif of the lit*
I   John Corbett, dereaaad, up to ,2 o'clock eoon,
I   Friday, J"_e 15'h, 190��, fnr ihe purchase of tbe
ea��t half Section IS, i'o*n��hip 91. 01 Ihs .lulne
atsjul three miles west o( Math, containing
j   480 sere, more or lets.
TKRM- CASH.
Dated at Nioola, B. C. March tl. I!KXI,
A. R. CAHKISOTOM,
N. J. H  HAKWli K,
Kiecutors at tbe Estate of the Ittt Jobs
Corbett
TAX NOTlOa-
NOTICI ih lierf i,j Kivfn In ancordsne. with
IttHalnlaa that I'roviooisl KtvMMteTai aud
���llj_..-e-ai ii tax, Hand he 1 rue lax aatasM ! and
levied usiler the Aesi Haiioui At t und amend-
men's, are now due ari'l payable for the year
1901. All tuxes ciillt'rtable for the Nirola __���__> -
ment dial net are due and pay ���hle al my oft-ie,
soilteei Kip-, This nnllie, in terms of law
laeqinval-iii 10 a p.ii<o[>-i demand by me upon
all pfisoDH litblefur taasw,
OKO.   MUltlMY.
___a____f and Collector,
Nicnla AM-MMM His lict.
Nirola Po-t 1 ihVe.
Daltd at Nieola t>:li of Kcbru-iv, 190.
( IIKI.. OITIIt 1 I
A. K.C. fc. _______
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloopi*, R. <".
AMifH and  **i��**.)>-*^  of (iren, Coal and In
(illi-lltK   ot" uct��.
r-fttnpltM  ii)   mail ur ilmre receive prompt
iilt-iiii .11.
j__.  O.   F.
Cot'UT XUOU, No. _���_, A.O. F��� meets
second-iinl foiirih Kii(ia> in etch mouth
at H p. in 1''Uley'a 11-11.    ViaitniK brethren
cordiallv inviied.
N  ,1, H.iiiWIi'K, ' . It.
W. QOBlxia Mi'MUT, Sec.
W.J. KERR
Watchmakerjeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. 0.
All kin-In  nf   WntrheH, Clock*, Jewelry,
etc., kept 111 ftfi-ak,    Wedding prei
ri.:.- * Npecmlty.
Firnt Mom ifp-iirM dmit on ihort notice
Hint returiinl ��r 'tin:*..
Notice,
Notice !���- hereby gifO that 60 (.ay*-after date
I in'end toappt) to tht. Hub, the chief 0"*n��
mi Hionir of i.rtiiflr. .nd Wink* for p-OTiLMoti
t-i I'unhiM. li;na-i'bH<>f pasture lund -^i'uaied
on Votflu crck. in !'����� Nit;oU Divtmoa "f Yale
Dl-Tlcl, flMia fli Hfl fi'll '*   1    C'llMMelieillK   -t h
po.1 Hoiked J, t' rt, si-n'li earn corner, planted
...out ivauimleM and a bftU. up �� "K^' ortr-i.
iiielahnui lOehnJiHi *-i eifroin ThonpH !i'nlind
thenee fiiBBI'g a*e-t 4't iih_U_M, ibatM BOTttl
ioehaii.-. Miencf Ka-t 10(hainN thenee Moilh
tOchnifiil tn polo' ''f ('nniTiim<'ement ContainiiiK
an trOO of liiHaere.. umic or {00%
JAMKS C. SHIELDS.
Ketmary Uth UN.
NOTICE.
Sixty dtyi a'tur dit�� I intend to apply to Ihe
eiiiff rommiri-ioiier of landn ai'd wtirlt-i for per-
nii-r-nni 10 pur lia��e 4Uae r-i'f inouutaiij Dani
mre 1hm(1 kii h_*i t*d in A*pM Oiova, dehcilhed
a- r lluw-: eoinmeiicing nt a po-t nmiketl I
EMtW-Kl '�� N VP. enrne'* ihen-u MHith HOehainn
ht-ii'-i- ooM 19ehalnn, thwiCe norih HO chaiiil,
thence went.vtudiainri toiiiitirtl poai.
ISAA��' KA.-.TW00D
A-pen Grove ?lh Mareh, 1906.
NOTICE.
Notice U hereby ijriren that withli liity
r.t>r- afti-r (Un- 1 inlend to aoply to tnt*
ciin-f f'tiininir'nioner of Unfit, and work* for per
mliettOfl o ti"reriatteL'!.' acien of pa-ture land in
'he \nola dt i'inti of Yale Difinel, hiluaieiian
follow^! lOinniv-neiiiK: ar a -take at the V K
lorne' nf hn llSruniilm DOf'h Uiehaini. theiK-e
v-1-.i .Oihi'iiH, ih.nee HOU'h 40 rhaiii-. tiieme
rani t(l cii.iiii-. eoiiiiiitiiiKf m'.ii ,t it-.. h|ho (,ot.i-
iiieneintta thf rt, K, oorsor "f lor 715 thence
we-! 40 hai oh, ihenee wo'ilh K) ehftlnn, thence
ea-t 10 eh utis- th* tire noli h 40 < hiiun Ihenee
��� r-t i"i hiin-. Ihenee n-Tih 40 chain-,, thenre
eH't 10 h'tiiiH theine nort iWeham-. con'ain-
iiiK Mac en. J AJdW-CUkHKTT.
Suv]% March 7, IDOft.
NOTICE.
^ix'vflay-af'er dftTa I intend to apply to the
chief cun.iiti'-iuner nf hind- and v.nrkf for per-
n>ir..ti n ru piiielu-fii.'n trf** of inonnufn pa��-
'nrt- eoMiiiurii ���> gat a pout a' northweni lOfBaT
of I'll Wla, Hit-lire Boflh t" than-, thenee east
lw>nt) chain-, ihenee nor1., forty rhainn,
lui'i'iN-1 tv.e t) -htiiH. thencM wmth forty
chains, than on wfOW tweniy chain*, theri(.e
Kiuihfi'H,. chain*., I__��nc* W��*4 Lwenly uliaiun
lo point i f cnmiiieticcrii' ..I
Afpentiio.e, VIarch % U, KH'li.
W. A. DMDD8.
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
Is (ireparerl tn ta.e (nn'raett fnr
tawii.K lumher and getting out
timber.
<_en_T_-l Mill�� nntrai'l. I ��i( utrd
PRICKia MflDKKATg
l'ar'ies wishing work can havt tame
ijroiliptly atienderl to hf a|i|iiyin| to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Nicla, B. 0.
Leaveynur orden with N. J, Barwick,
for lumher who is agent fnr Ihe Nieola
Portahle Steam Saw Mill he tan ktlpjroa
House-Cleaning Time is
House Painting Time
The Sherwin-Williams
Family Paint is made particularly to lighten house-cleaning
labors.
It is an oil paint and can be
washed and scrubbed. It brushes out easily���doesn't drag or
tire you to apply it;  the girls
can put it on.   Made in 24
good colors.   Use  it this
year  on your  cupboards,
pantry shelves, base boards,
etc., and you'll have less
work next year.
Get color cards ��� they
tell more about ~
Paint.
Family
SOLD BV
Wall Paper From 10 Cents up per Roll
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
Nl .OLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Ve.J, Pork
and S;iusage
Orders throughout ihe District   receive caietul ttteotinf  tnd  prnmnt   dtliVtrr
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
t'raprlelar
Mills   rnoill
STBwA FIT'S
NICOLA AND PK1NCET0N
Lii. "
Also  General Livery
Head Office.     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spenees Bridge
i-vrry   I hursday lor Mcola 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 (or Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Hvery   .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 Princrton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment,
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    - PropriAor THE  NICOLA  HERALD
WINNY TOWNSITE
The Hub of the Valley
_�� & Lots from $40 to $200 & %4
A R. CARRINGTON, AGENT THE  NICOLA  HERALD
A CBLBBRATBO CHEMIST
Sir William tod Ltdy Crnoke eelehrtt-
ni their 60ih wedding tonivereiry list
���tek. Conifratulatory ttlegrimi wert
ti al to the tousle by the learned aod
cl'tmioil toeietiei ill ovir the atntld
Pruf. Crooke is considered the greatest
living chemist and hit discoveries were
.rletiraied it hit hone io London Itst
��� etk A prnn.in.nt thesis!, cooeidtred
one of the grettest Ainerican oiinrrtl ei-
perts, who received in invitttioo loili
1. ndoo eel.I ration ssid: "Sir Wilhun
Crooke has mads possible ihe irinsmu-
lation ol metals, a veijt valuable ditc t-
try. He is the leader nf the British Ai
.edition for the Ad'tnctment of -Sum ce,
it recognised by the learning cemisis id
this country Hs is the discoverer of
the rare metal called net.num. Unit
last week he showed by ipectrum thtt
when ibis metal it mned with calcmoi it
fill nivedifferent spectrum." Sir VVillu
whs tlso ihe inventor of the Crook '4
font, tstd to much in rtdionraphy. Th
radiometer nr heat measure wss alio nnt
of his inventions. Besides hit chemici
illustrations. Kir Wil|i__�� Crook! ,,��
devuted much time to theiDveetigition f
spiritual phenomena.
Oood News For Quebao.
It ia learned that the Canadian Pacific
Rsllwty auihontiel havedecioed to ad pt
the port of Quebec, tint only for the lit
minus of their passenger steamer service,
but for the whole of their Liverpool ser
vice as well.
TALKIsG MACHINE
RECORDS
AT CUT ntii is
10 Inch Di-os  ��5c
7   "      "      ..5o
Hold moulded Cylinders    ..60
WILL  nil   ANV  MAK- Of M.t'lflVI
COLUMBIA RECORDS
Do Not Scratch or Blast |
OVBK 16.CC0 TO CHOSE PROM
Write lor Latest Caialo__-.
FLETCHER BROS
VANCOUVER,
B C
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I inlend to apply to
th'-chief cninnits .onee-f landa and -inks fnr
t licenae to pro-peer for . oal on the f. Ili.wint
__-cr|hed are>. vu: ill lhe 8. w. J, 'he net *
Of '.he 8. K. J, the H.) of the N. w. 1.1 he s. w. J,
the .. w | of the v w 1, the ��. w J 0' lh| n t.
tall of Section I, T HI K. A. JUK-S,
I. ola, 2nd April. IHOfi.
konui
Thlrty days after due I intend to apply to
the chief eoii'miartioner of landn and wnrks for
a license toprosee.-t for coal over the fillowlr r
di-cri-rd area, viz: W.I of lhe h. w 1, and
tb ��� B w. 1 nf the . w 1 of Section 12, T 91.
M<oia.-tid April. IIS.. A. M   M. JUKE-.
IN THE BOFRBMIOOURT Of .SUIT-
IIH COLUMBIA.
In Probate
Ii the (foods of
JOHN CORBETT,
Deceased.
Notice is hereby itiven that all credi
tnra ��nd other pers-ns having any claims
or demands a<a .i��t the estate 1 f John
C. rbett late of Nicola in the c ointy <,(
Yale, B. C, deceased, who di d on the
I.' d.y of Februry. lMOfl. and shiaewill
whs proved in the Yale R _'��'ry on the
24'h day of February 11*06, n�� Arthur
R.chardson Carrington and Nathaniel
I. aeph Henry Barwick the eiecutors
therein named are hereby required to
tend particulars in writing of their claimi
or demands duly verified to the under-
allied solicitor for the said eiecutorsnn
,,r before tht 6rst, day of May, 1006 it
(be undermentioned address, after which
I 'athe aaid eiecutors till pr-ceed to
dia'ribute the assettof the aaid deceased
amongst the parties entitled thereto hav
ing regard only tn the claim! and demands
of which they shall then have htd n 'tici,
uid the said eiecotors will not lie liable
for the assets of the laid deceased or any
part thereof so dietnbuted to any ptrsoo
of. pertont of whoee cltimt or demandi
they thall not then have had notice.
Dated this 8th day of March, 1906.
JOHN D. SWANSON,
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"
(11883)11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
-WILL TRAVaL  DU-.I1. Q  SEASON  AS  FOLLOWS   -
Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays at Nicola.
Wednesday noon and Friday noon at Coutlee.
Wednesday night and Thursday at Lower Nicola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWEL.L,
Manager.
T
A
T
THE-
NICOLA HERALD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Subscribe for the Local Paper
Gives all the news of Nicola Valley and
the country in general. Everyone in the
valley ahould subscribe for The Nicola
Herald, the local paper.
An Ad, Pays*   Try it.
An Ad. in The Nicola Herald will bring
good results. Business firms wishing
space should secure it at ouce and get
their .share c: patronage.
THE NORMS SAFE ft LOOK CO
SEATTLE, WASH.
Frank G. Benson,   ���   -   -   Agent
VANCOUVER, B..C.
Hib\s & Lovki\
Piano Company
Limited
Everything in the Printing Line
New Type and Best Stationery
A full stock of Letterheads, Billheads,
Envelopes, Business and Visiting Cards,
and everything in the printing line. All
work promptly attended to.
The Nicola Herald
NICOLA, ft C.
. BWASmtS, T_______ M      7
Ka.lo.p_. B. C. Ithhone Na 7
Main Street
lolieltot for the tald Kiec.fott. ]
Pianos in Stock
Mason & Risch, Weber, Steck,
The Pianola Piano, The Pianola
663 Granville Street, Vancouver,
88 Government Street, Victoria. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
Hlntt on Seed Planting.
Netrly every My tends mj thtir ordtrt
for seed piloting sijone timt, tnd on tht
firtt warm day in spring they "mike
gtrdtn," tnd plant the. all in the tame
day.
If tht wttther continuea warn and line,
quite likely all the sh__s mil germinate
ind grow nicely, hui if t cold and rainy
week follows, then all the tender seeds
saeh at beans, corn, curumhrrs, squash
and melons tat, and the tredsman g/ts a
raking down for sailing poor sends. The
disgusted planter sends to another seeds
���nn and hnys i new aupi>ly, win h ht
pilots, tnd prohshly hy this timt tht
WHither hss rhmged warm again and
ii-ed-nisn No. 2 is lhe whole cheese.
Oarden^rs should rememher that seeds
of mangols, carrot, pass, beets, s_s_a__,
tthhsge, lettuce, r��di��he��, turnips tnd
tweet |ieas are i|Oite hardy, fsn he p'nut
id early and will gtrmiQ.te ia nnt ra
three weeks, nhi'e the tender ones abuse
mentioned should not he planted on il
fettled warm westher, ah��ut .lone 1��', in
thia locality, when they will germinate in
I week or ten days.
To havt i sucret.ion of fresh, tender
vege'ihlet throughout the sxason you
���hould eoniinue growing seeds and setting out ftesh plants every two weeks
on il Auvust. Sow spmaeh teed in Sep
temher for winter and spring use.
M. J. Hknry.
JOHN C. ADAIR
MIHIM-fENG-INEEB COAL&OILEIPEBT
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
UNDERTAKING
j. r. McGregor
Lower Nicola, B. 0.
UNDERTAKING
Okanagan and Qlandeni.
The pmteNt of the Okanagan farroert
lgaimt the wholesale destruiiinn of
horses supposed t<��� Im suffering frmn
glanders hss received some jti_>the-.t n
in tha action of the Dwninina govern-
nieut in withdrawing the veterinary inspector from V.m-'iner and recalling
him rt��� Otta-a, Th's only tn k akwa
tfter honet to the vtlue nf |76 IHM) had
been de>.tr vd in and arounil 'lie Ter mi
nalOity. This aetioti is said to he due
to the fact that close scientific iii|'iiry
tends lo increase the Amtbi ss in the th-
tolute relialithty of m .1 tin ts a Mat fit!
this pestiferous disease. If seems that
the process adopted is the inj c inn i f
mullein into aoiuisls sii|ip>sed t i he suffering, and if the reult is hat the temperature rises two d.grees the hordes sre
destroyed sfter three tests Th a is altogether too technical- siibj. U uio.ii which
to speak with tny degree of tsHiirance.
The law must he obeyed, and so long as
the iiiwllf.il test receives lhe H|>proVilnf
the expert government advisers, there
Was no alternative hut to accept its conclusions No*, however, that a reason
thle douht has srisen, the matter should
be authoritatively dealt with ���The Week.
HOTICE TOCO-TRACTORS
Grading contract! In let for the whole
or sny part of eight miles of the Kantf*
���af Central K��il*aytouih from Golden.
Applicant* to he prepsrrd to place rfluip-
ment on the yr in.I md start mirk uu
mtdiattly,    Aoply
IC, GENERAL OffllUC- ft, LTD.
VANcorvKit
NOTICE.
To All Whom it Msv 3bM__V;
NEWTON GRANGE
LO��EK NICOLA.
Take notice that oo aod tfier thi* date
���II est lie Ihe property of the undersigned
will ht branded N  G. ou left hi.,.
Dated 22nd dsy of March. ID n.
HaUCL-V   lioMllHuM,
C. L F iok, Agent.
KOTICh
To All Whom it May CmMM!
I have this iIhv taken po��->>*t"ii o' tht
foil .aing described lands, L * 168 Group
1, Kamlo in* D vision of Yale district, on   I
hei'iif of Hemy Woodward   hy aoth ri'y   I
of  a deed   sign ri   hy   W.  K   Wood ��ard
which conveys the ,or nn  grain ol  afore-
men noied lot to Rwnry Wn..d-��rd with
out any reser*a'lou whstsoevei.
D.ted thi�� 1�� h Am is) Warch, I'��l6. it
Lower N.c la. B C
I!.   I,    Kl.lrK.
Agent for Henrv *ard.
NOTICK
Thirty in\t, after t*ate I "tend to spoil to
t e hon irahlc lhe chief coin a asi'-usro. ltnd*
and work* f -r a tit-en*- to pr i t ��� coal on
tie f'llowlg rlescrllwd landa ttf Lot >o.
1141. rnwt_-.it R Klc. A. Kr-arr.
Nicolt, 3th Apnl 19-6.	
Hutu k
Thirt)   d��ys  *f|. i   c�� e I Inn.id in   pi.lv to
tb  toiiiorahlc he t hit-t Naamlasl n< r of land*
a >d werk- font li-e      to prospect fo  coal on
t.  lo.'iijf  d.'-clihed loiil.,   -u    IM   No.
I8G, 'n.'ns'.ip 91. II. M, llrash.
\lcnl*. Hip ipril  IfWi.	
N< HJf'K
Notice Is herebv ilven that ffrhin-Maya
fro'tida'*I 'nte .d tusking apphcoion la the
honor.t.le chief i__.m___-_tll of I .nd* and
works for i>er i*-ion tn tnrtbtat It. acre* nt
pa-ttute land In tie- Kam oops division nf Yale
dis'rrt. --ituated as follows: en 'imtnolnf al a
���take tt Ihe s w corner of lot 1137. II I. riinnin -
thence nor'h _i'-_ c am*, laeaei west n���r���>
chain*, south *i.i_ chain*. - hence east 30 5li
chains to ii "nt of commencement.
March 17. WA J^Gm-vus.
NOTICE.
Notice 1* hsreh) given lhat within 60 dajs
from ate I intend tnaki. g api.ltr-tinn totne
hon. h ef coin o - i ne- of lands snd work* f >r
perini* i'.ti to patr-Ms 3_il acre* of pasture
ltnd In Hie Ka'olnnp- dlvi.isn of Yu'edis'rict
I   sitna'.d a* folio-.:    ronoiiiiiiliigal intake al
the h wcorner of the land lilll chain* dueeiat,
i   if Ike �� I cm per of 1,483 H I, running i hence   ;
I   ,-...'  Iflch os Ihe ce n -rih HO ch.in*. thence
i   west 4(1 chtln-, Ihen.e south SO chain- to point
I   ofc-i men ��int.
March 17. Ill'6. Oio. Bint.
NOTICE,
Notice i* hechy given that within sli'y day*
i from date I intend niskinif appliiaiion total
h*��n. 'hief commi*��iniiei of land-, and work* for
permts.inn to piircnH-e 40 sere* _lf__.aral nd
in 'he Kan.loop-divi-lnn nf Yale dis'nct -llu-
aied a* follow : cooinipiv ing a' a -iikca' Ih"
Kl rnrnei of 1/it 1429, (J I. running there-
north 10 ohains. thence w-st 40oh in . thence
soiiih 10 ch.'ii- thence ea-t 40 .hains to the
Koi 'I o'cominenoeinenl. W. ('. VYakd.
Is oh 17, Its..
NOTICE.
Notice is heielij given t'at within silt; dav*
f om dale I iaieD'1 iii<ko<K application Uitae
hou chief onmiuis-ton. r of laid-sail work* tor
trrmtrrl-a  lo  parcl.a." 40 acres of pa-lure
land ni ih. Ka" loop-divi ion uf Yale district,
Niti.iited tsfol .#.: oonitnenciitg at astakeat
the H* corner of U4 Tc; u I, running Ihence
east .0 chains, ibentu onrih tfi bains, th nr.-
Weal 20 fh-ilis, 'hence soulh tt) chains lo the
point of co'o-ieuC-tnoni.
March 17, IU a. C. W. K. Tiiomsok.
91
_��� _''TV art -���
III!
-KTOTICE.
A sitting of the Ooaniy C�� .rt of Tale.
will be held In tbe Court Moute, Nicnla,
B. C.on
Monday, 21st May 1906
it 10 a .m.
Gk<   Mi kksv,
0, C   R��_ialrar
Unequalled as a
S_iii._i.er Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8- KIRBY, Proprietor
gl'ILCHENA.H. c.
THB PLAOl TO BUT TODB
BMOKINO 000D8 IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMI/KJP-
Fall stork of I-ioisa'lean. Imported n_ar��.
tnd tbe best smoklnt tobacco alwa)t ot band.
Drop ln and enj >y a q . icl _anis >>f Htlli rda.
Agent forthe PioneerHteam Isnmd.;, Vancouver.   Lanndrr sliipted ever; Ha urdaf.
IIWltl.it
MUNTKRAL HilTs'l.. Kan.loop., Ninola.ni
Ualremuuil e. pro.rirt". vir*l .lata In
eve.) ptriliiilar. to*, wines. Liquors and
ccar*   MaW-W la c-'iina. t.on.
KAMUf'T* H'U'HK, P, Her-, proprietor.
K.st slo��-k nf wiiii-, liquo-H ai.d cigars <n
h.-Interior Just ib>' sbul f-ifi nice'Onlre
frtahitf glass ti beer.    VI he i in Ktniloops
oa'l iu
GUAM)   ACinf HOT-U Kamloopa.  The
nearesttistel lo the rail* aj aiatlon.    Ihei
only covncin. i    noiel  for trave]-rs.     O'std
rooms, good ta j.-, toon liquor-.    Two Urge i
simple room*.   IV A. Han l.ar   prn'"ietor.
Oood Blablnis in coioiectinn.
ASHOIturr HOTKL. The dm ronvnleni
heel for vi*.tor- in .-InT' It. The b st of
tal.le b(>ard. Hot ann .old h* h*. iHir re >re-
s.'i'.iativs meets all train*. Johnsons. I'eikln*.
proprietors.
mop at the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
UoiT.  Ht'llTT,   Proprietor
When traveling id) the (f'_nll ro*d.
(/��� nvenient place f_ftrivtl��tt, wuhgood
��cconiui.ilatii.n,
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
H'.rtt lko*ln| a specialty
NICOLA L.KC.B C
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        ....        $158,232,409.51
HOMORARTPRlSIDB-tT:
Rt. Ron. Lord Strathoona and Mount Roral. O. O. H O
PRMIDBHT, Sir Oao. A. Dmmmon-L K. O. M. ���
ViUB-flUUIDINT ANDOINBRALMANAOBR,       B. 8 OLOU8TOII
Head O-fice-Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00   and   upwards.     Interest
credked twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
RANKING BY MAIl",
Deposits may be m;ule and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town riconiniN receive every attention.
_V__.coi.t_A. nnANcii
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
WHY NOT
A PIECE OF THE EARTH?
Fnrk^flfllp Is situated near the junction of the Nicola
I UI IVMJalC ar)(1 coldwater risers with the railroad grade
withi . one mile of it and theeurvev to the town limits It will
be tue centre of the finest mining district in British Columbia.
You Cannot do Better
BUY A LOT IN
CENTRE OF THE COAL BELT OF NICOLA
THERE ARE STILL A FEW ACRE LOTS FOR SALE
AND THEY ARE MONEY MAKERS
Good Business and Residential Lots May Still be had 50 ft x 120 ft
PRICE $50 CASH.- Terms May be Arranged.
Ff_f k 4u\i\ Ip w^ ke the supply point for the well known
rui K-MlillC mining camps of Aspen Grove, Iron
Mountain, Ten Mile and the Coldwater, where many properties are being developed.
Pull particulars, prices, etc., on application to
G. M. BRASH,
Sole Agent THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
John Nash.>f Qudoheua  aas t vititor
t   Nicnla cu Suoday
Mrt. T. U   11 .niiinsii  ot (.aufnrd Uft
I o i riJty forthe ooatt.
James Chapman sud Wm  Vo.kt were
iu Nicola un a visit Monday.
J. (1. Knight   of   Kamloops  spent ter
oral days in Hit .la this aeek.
I>..n't  f'r_tl  ih. return crnktl oi.t. h
at Coutlee on S.tur.iay uait, the Win.
CHATHAM   INCUBATORS
and BROODERS
Don't   Krtp Hens
 Make Them    Keep You	
Chatham Innihatorssre made In I'an-.l-
tad thtretrt thou-ands tn use, |tvl_g en
tire aat-sfaction, Kvarj machlns _rii-.rr.ii
l_at_L Now la i bt rim. i] ..nun.cure wnrk
ami tal ymirrarl) rhli k> n- Hinl�� hsnhe .
i-arly in Mo.ii tn   srortl   Ihrtt Umtl as
! ll   M-> nr June,
Tntm tad Catalagut oa 4aa_-___ti
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMI'HIPS
SADDLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NIOOU ��� ���        1.0
Mrs. Fred A. Boat* is visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. (! II. Armstrong at Lower
Nicola.
A. Vi Strickland, manager of the Bank
of Montreal returned fr.mi Kaailooua on
Sunday.
Mrt. Kirby and Mrs. Mickle of Qnil-
theda were in Nicol- on Sunday fur the
Eisier service.
Bualneas Locala.
If you wsul ln.li tUm up to date But.!
and Shoes ku Ui Armstrong's. H|iri__
stock just armed.
Cartiii.t "i a   (iolden   Leaf   tea   is   the
Very lines'   -.wery   nr.n.e  pekoe.    Im
ported and p.eked especially   for  u��.    Is
alioiutely tht hnest tea  on   the  market.
60 cenls a pouod.
A lar_e contingent of Contlee rtsiden't
came up to Nicula on Saturday for the
cricktt match.
A. Mcliilliiary who has been on a visit
|0 his old home at Durham, Out,, retun.-
td tu Cou'let on Tuesday.
Mr, tnd Mrs. Joseph Marshall were in
to��n this week and remove- their house
h Id eff.-cis to their new home st Forks-
dais.
Rev. ,). Pye returned nn Monday n ght
from Kamlo..ii��, -here he had been lo
oltici.te a' the funeral of the late Mrs.
Scott uf R .kforri.
Pure hooey in the tomb at Antietmn(('s
Carriniiti n's Sll ft* I.t-.f tit is the best
SO.!, tea on the market. Il is a tine
Orantt pekoe, t Itraight imam tea. N"
houie crmpe'.. wtt hoot it.
If Ntren.ii, ll.n.e Nni-M art your
ohoice com.- ��i .1 l'I.KA>l_ yourself
8I/E8 1 to Sai r   fl   Paige's, Nieola.
Ctiriagtou's Mot Leal tea is the best
50ct. tea  on   the   inarke'.    It   is a   fine
r.n_v [ok ���-, a eui_lit ..-..in tea.
No house annspltta wiihnni o.
Ou t" Arinsiiiiiit s t i Basal, timothy,
tlft'fa, broiui _r a, al M, red clovtr tnd
l.wn (rasa. Wheat, oa's and peas
PR1CIS KK11IT.
F.G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIA3E Aril) WAIjON WORK
Honethoing done in a
first class nvtiner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Q_an.nt.4_
MCOLA, H. C.
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
M BEATTIi-1
Aocouniaiit,!'������iniiiM* ni, Insuranca
-O'l (iell'-ral   A.ellt.
Main Htreet Kamlnooa
Messrs. ,lac son A ��. rip, holders and
contract ore, of Kamlonps. hut an ad. in
this Issue. I hev are prepan d to do wot k
throughout the district.
O-ttliiftou'i 8llv��t Le��i im || tht hs-t
BOct  tea mi Ihe market,     I' it a fine
ran.e p.koe, a ttralghf   ______  tea.    No
h"U��e comolete nith.o t i'.
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining tnd Oeneral Supply A_rtt
son ���
M nui- .'nntrac'ors, f.*rm nurhinsry, bB_pt>i
enter , s'.eitlisetc r>s_d for -mr li*1 <f fan.
I d inlnlnic propwrtlte. Ken.rts on nitnlOtt Dfo
i. . ie�� iiir.iu_- the lltmrlc. Cahie a.lrlre.-
AiKimi " Cu-ies: llrun.hslt. Morc.iig ft Neal.
A. . c. ��th.
Ware! e -c��nfor-. Nlenll ^���^lle.y. n. c.
JUST ARRIVED _-__*
New Boots and Shoes,
Ladies' and.Gentlemen's
also some Tennis Shoes.
We have   some choice
samples of
WALL PAPER
to select from.
Our Golden Leaf
and Silver Leaf
TEA
is the best on the market
for the price.   50c and
_Cc j.rpcund.
A, R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
ir PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
The L��di-s Aid of the Presbyterian
Church will have char... of the dinner
aud rtfrtshmentt on the N. A A. grounds
during lhe 24th of May celebration.
<-nt Ariiis'ri.iig's pruvs .mall kinds of
hinldiiiK tn.'erisl. doors, windows, nails,
p.Hits,   p��pei    Oio.'er   .-!-���
Carrington- l> 'Wam Leal lea is the
very hnest H nery ��� r.i _e pekot, Im-
porta, ami packed especially  for us.    I-
hsolntelv the hnest tea i.n the marksi
eOuaiits a|."iiod.
The Qusrttrly Official snd Trustee
Bosrdt of the Mtthodist I'hurcli will
meet at Lower Nuola, Fri lay Fe rutry
_7'h at 2 p, m. Being the last mpetni_ j
under the pastorate nf Rev. John Pye.
A tsa n.ee'ing and eiitertHirnnetit will be
held in lhe evening lo which everyone is
ttc me.
If voo ara minting ol u I ling now is
rhe time tn _et y.iir ..rder�� tal so as to
have the luml'tr dry when the long days
c.me and the earpwnters ran w rk with
i.leaturs.      Il��iiiem''er   the   name,   The
Nl   o|, PortS VeS.,fl.  S..   Mill.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of W.i.ii, Oloth
and .leaelry rmair* d.ne in
ins class order and satisfae-
ti'il -U^ratiteed. Ail work
entrused to out care will b��
Completed and roiurned with-
. U'   delay.
W. tl. I ill'IIKIX A VAX,
0, I'. K. Time Insperlora Kamloops [
I
MUTUAL LIFE INFURAf.CE CO.
OF NEW YORK
Accumulated Assets $140,000000
The Oldest Life Insurance Co. in America
Manager for���The  Nicola, Okanagan and
Similkameen Districts.
W. H. KIMPTON, Nicola, B. 0
Stocki-ataer- Attention I
We have received t c..n��ii(nment at
Fly Fuma fillc. a tin; a'actric sprayers
tl ft", Every rancher should should
haie it and use it Those wh i have tried
It once, always keep a supply in thtir
ttahlet.
The Peoples Store.       A. R Carrington.
Place four mdafs wi n 1'na Portable
S'eam Saw Mill, all work guaranteed
.Ins' arrived,fashionable nioiilriioK knives,
Whi ne��d tn lea'e your h. u �� iiii-in-hed
f..r wsnt of nnu'dinga. B'lge tnd arain
-ooring of tir��' quality, will . a'wesr three
fl .ort made of flat grain. Window sash
madt In order.
FihiSai.k -Potatoes, first class qual
ity suitable for teed or table, tlso whett
for chicken M. Apply E. (i. Walker,
Coldwater, Contlee.
Tenders f r the di.gmg of post holes
snd the levelling one lot, lhe property of
the Nicola Athletic Association will be
received up till Saturday ni_ht, ths 21m
Hist., at 8 o'clock, by either of the under,
tgned, from wlmm particulars may be
ohtsiued. A. W. Strickland or Rio. A.
Fraser,
.1 i ...
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Specialty
Write tor Estimate on all Kinds of Work
V 0. Boi 18�� KAMLOOPS. B-&
Carrington's (ioldeti L-af tea il the
vtry finest flowery nfantri pekoe. Im
ported and packed e-pecially for us. It
ahsolu'ely the finest tea on the market
NO BtUtl a   p.-und.
HOUSE FOR SALE
OR RENT
Furnished or Unfurnished.
Apply to
G M. Brash,
Nicola, I? C.
G. H. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
REAL BSTATB        INSURANCE
NICOLA, Ti (.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Offlciul Administrator
Offlot. -Commercial Block, east of Post Office.
Kan.loops, B. C,
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor snd   Notary  Public
Office:   East of the Cans-Ian Hank of Commerce, south side of Victoria street, Kamloops.
Mods' to loan on real natale securitf.
EASTER CAR08
AND NOVELTIES
A I,nr. ���   Is.iirl mi -nl
Prayer Books, Bibles and
Church Hymnals.
In these I. .ids we have s nice selection They are alaays acceptable
fnr Kaater
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTOHH
Kainlo.., s and Vernon
NOTICE.
"ii
I
I
Estate ol Jehu Corbett
I )(*i cased.
Xft-tDKIU   will   bl ti'r.-ifcil   Ity the unriflr.
himn^'t   t'Xt'i'uMirs of   'Ih'   i-iiit' o'  |dhf
t'flftwit, <-��<��������� t-i'rf, nil tfl H tiVlnrk BOO       .1   .;
riay, Ma�� MM.   IM,   fur Ihf   MtoW-RtS  B00di<
HI ll I'llKiU'lf- ll'-l   II.I    yi  In ' Im ' "IlltC
K'Kli!**��'?i Im.i<I nf how limn' nr Ifnnlcon
r-l -itik' nf in. >.���! .- 111 nmreR, two )ihi mi*
uiid jetiiliiiK-; 10 t��iii-s hi>, " _W or l��^; 1 nts
farm trucks; 1 hui>e rnkH, m*ed two N4__Hn*;
ihOwiiiK ii'Ki'tiiii-. iiMi'd two wttw>n-; 1 L'riri"!
Mum . I 21-Uu h bi'IliiwK; 11-*\. n\\^\n b___rii_EM; '
Bt'i double h-trin'rH; i (Hiit hulk-; 1 bockik*
1 fore iilniitt and iniil-; I tUffHTI Iron; lion]
hhttrpi nniK hriiiiNtr; 4 ax��>; *\ pick-; 1 iimtlock
TmImim'I-: I itrlktng b4_tQ.l_.eri1; I hn) knife; I
hurt ] ��r)lhv. uii'l i4Mtb; _ six-foot cnH-rui
saw-; 1 loKK'nK 0h��'_M th'ft'l ymd; 1 lantern;
3 hnnd r>a*s; 1 draw knifu; 1 ntcel wquart; I
btrxvH und mindry ��� en-iK
TKKMS CA?*H.
Dated at Nicola, B. C, March 27,1 Wi.
A, It. CAKKINUTON,
N. J, H. I.A_.\V..'r_,
Cxecutorr. of the tnUtt! of tbe lata John
Corbett.
BLAIR & CO.
- -DEALERS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents In Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON 4 LANCASHIRE FIRE  IN.URANOK OO.'S
L
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Stabling In Oonnt-tlon.
..Itpk-tw OotLoaotloai

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