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Array THE NICOLA HERALD
Vol. 2.   No. 25
NICOLA, B. 0, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1906.
$2 a Year
ffl GROVE m
D
Large Mineralized Zone One Hundred Square
Miles in Area. - Drawbacks to Opening Up
of Camp. -Good Showing All
Over the Camp.
It is now some eight years since the first claim was staked
tt Apen Grove. Today this country for an area of a hundred
square miles is almost covered by claims. Several geologists
and mineralogists of note have made investigations throughout
this area, and all are in accord that it is one of the finest copper bearing ureas in the west. One thing has kept the district back and that was the want of transportation facilities. If
ore was got out the expenses of transportation almost swallowed up the profits of any but the richer ores, When one considers the heavy expense for working material, and also that
the necessaries of life have practically also to be paid for in the
same proportion it becomes evident that only the best of properties would hold men to their claims for such a long period.
The advent of the railway is now, however, tending to change
conditions somewhat, and the lands and works department
have the matter ol a wagon road through the camp under con
sideration and hope t> have something done to it in the very
near future. It was quite a common thing during the last few
years for capitalists to come in and go over the camp and acknowledge that the properties were good but until transportation facilities were better they could not invest. Since railroad
construction commenced practically every representative of
capital who has gone into the camp, has bonded some claims
or made a deal of some sort. There is no doubt as to the
richness of the claims, native copper assaying 97 percent, pure
copper and ore assaying 5 to 55 per cent and upwards are frequent occurrences all over the camp. It is a question, whether
in any other part of the Dominion such a highly mineralized
zone of such an extent can be found, and its extent is believed
to be even greater than that mentioned. It is the intention of
The Nicola Herald to publish shortly a description of the
camp which will no doubt prove interesting matter for our
readers.
LOWER NIOOLA PICNIC
Cloudy   and   three'ening   weather   in
RAILWAY WORK.
Conatruction work i* going ahead and
tb* morning did not prevent a big orowd i a large number of men are wo-king on
"roni turning up at Lower Nicola ng 8*' ' the bridge over the Nicola river above
urday to tht annual Metholist picnic and ; Coutlee and rapidly getting it finished
an eujoyible dty wiiipent by ill pretent. for the rails. B.llt.ting and fencing it
Foot race* and game* were indulged in itill going ahead. Freight i* now being
and the ladies of the Methodiit Ciuroh regularly earned by the trtins and it it
���erved an *lo��ll*ul luncheon whieh wat aioected that in the near future all
done justice toby ihe merry gathering j freight will be carried orer Ihe Im* to
The receipt! from the day will total _____
$106. 	
Aapon Grove School
Under Mil* Lawrence the _UfNn Grove
ichool ii making progreit Titer* tre
now twenty icholin in attendance. Th*
want of a M��ci. >*td and oiliar f��oiiitie��
htt been keenly felt and !>e* made thu
work of teacher much hat., r. Tbe dance
held at the tokool houae laat wtek waa
lor the parpoae of raiting torn* money lo
provide thtt* nectaetrie* and wit highly
tatitfietory. Already twenty-eight dollar!  htva  been  the fetuli and it it ��i '
ptoted thtt other contribution, will al j vy rjollit of Viotorit, who bat been
moat double (hit amount and enable the lt fm m||e tn(t aajt t��� WMfc, jD oon.
aehool haul, to be n'ted tfl in * manner ,,,_tj_n with hii mining propertlet, left
thtt will render the w irk t. both teacher fuMda* for the cottt,
tnd pupil tiller.
ANTI-TUBBROULOSIS   SOCIETY.
Dr. Pagan Speak* Of tbe Danger From
Conaun.pt!ve Patient*.
Thar* wu * very fair att.ndinca eon
udcring th* (hurt notice, at  th* matting
latt Tharnlay night to  li.teu  to tn id
dr**t from  Dr.   Fegan, i*cr*tary of the
Provincial Board of Health, on the ter
rlbie acnurge .ontunip'i .n  md  morgan
ne a local suti Tuberculoeit Society.
Dr. Tutill aot ad a. chairman,
Dr. Fagan'a tddreat wa*  both interest
ing and iaitructive.    He opened  with a
few ramtrk. on the marked progreaa th-I
had he*n mad* In recent y**r* in th* dir
action of fig-tii)- diteaae in g.n.ral.   He
told how oth.r dieaaae* had hem brought
under control, tuberculoma *lon* perhap*
reaping ita regular harveat of death prae
tically nnoppoaad,   The death  roll from
consumption it  over 2,000,000 a year
In Canada w�� lose over 12,000 * yetr tnd
in thii province ilone 200, ind yet littl*
ii being don* to combat a diietae which
acitnee ht* declared to bt curabl*.   Th*
tul.ercul.iii* bacteria tr* minute pareaitea
whieh may enter the body in variola waya
through a break in tb* akin, by *nt*ring
th* lung* directly, by lodging in tbe ton
aile tnd being carried to the vanout Birit
of the body.   It usually attack* the lunit
'he patient  roughing and .���_perforating
'hu* catting out  larg. nuiubtr* of thea*
germ*.   It i* io the aputum of * ...mump
nv* thit th* meat dinger litt.   At long
aa th* matter atpectonted it moitt, th*
germ* ire imprisoned, hut  when it driet
they ire liberated, minrle with the dutt
and are litble to gain tn entrance Into a
human body and reproduce the terrible
liteaie.    Dr.   Fagan   enlarged   on   thit
matter  of   eipectoration and   made tbe
statement   that   were  eipectoration   to
reate, the diat-ie of consumption  would
di* alto.   The danger from oontumptive
palienta ia th* aputum.    He cnniidared
th* ignorant conaumptiv* waa to ht pilieil
while the careleaa  conaumptive ia * crim
mil, for he ia  practically *pre*dir|the
dread   diie.su   among hii own family or
among hit  neighbor'*.     He ttated thit
hii tppetl would  welcome til contrihu
lions even  to the anitllaat, aud he out
lined the maim, r in  which the aocietiei
were being formed throughout the prov
inoe.
At the cloae of the meeting it waa
agreed to form I local Anti-Tuherculoiia
.Society. A hearty vote of thank, to Dr
Fagan clued the meeting
A meeting of the ladiet of the dittriet
will ba called lome afternoon to el*ct
oh. oan.
1
ULL
MN
In Nicola on Monday July 2nd.-Committee Arranging Attractive Programme. -Ladies
Guild Have Charge of Refreshments.���Prize List.
The different committees have been working hard to
formulate an attractive programme lor the Dominion Day
celebration to be held at Nicola on Monday the 2nd July. As
wi'l be noted below the day's sport provided will prove no less
interesting than that supplied on Victoria Day. At io a. m.
the tennis tournament will start and will consist of men's
singles and doubles and entries for these events must be handed in to the secretary not later than Saturday the 30th inst,
so as to arrange for necessary byes. At 11. '5 a. m. the sports
will commence and in the afternoon the horse races and gymkhana events will be run off. /_ dance in the evening will conclude what is expected to be the best day's sport ever held in
the Nicola Valley.
The Ladies' Guild of the Church,of England are working
hard arranging for the lunch and refreshments and a large
crowd is expected to do justice to both sports and refreshments.
The following is the provisional programme which may be
added to if the subscription list warrants it.
TRAIN ROBBERS
WANT NEW TRIAL
Coutlee, An tuthoritative e'.t.me.f
with regard to towimtei etc , mty bt expected vtry loon.
Mora Quakea at Frisco
T��" distinct earthquake ihockl in
npid -ucceaaion wire felt in S��n Frio
enoo aad Oik I. ml at 9 40 Friday *ven
ing. The movement teemed to be from
a oat to eatt md an leveral teeondi in
duration. No damage wit done. T*o
mora flight thockt were alto txperianced
early Saturday morning.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
1st
Man'* D'.ubl**, two prizu value wch $ 5 00
Men'* Singles     .00
ATHLETIC SPORTS.
50 Yard Rtce, Boyt,  16 yean tnd under f 1 00
M    ���'         "      Men's  3 00
50 Y��rd . Three legged Rice. Men  3 00
50   "   Men'* Wh**lh*rrow Rte*  3 00
50    "   Potato Race  2 00
Ladle* Race  2 00
U.ties Kgg tnd Spoon Rice  2 00
Tug of War  10 00
GYMKHANA EVENTS.
Threading the Needle Rioe  |3 00
Cowboy Race, 50 Yard*, Three Turnt  6 00
Cigtr tnd Sodi Race  3 00
Cuwboy Race, Indian  3 00
HORSE RACES.
Half Mile, Fre* for All, 6 to enter, 3 to ttart, winner! barred from other *venti, entrance fee f I (lo 00
Quarter-Mile, Indian Rtce  5 00
Quarter-Mile, open for Ponie Hi and under  5 00
Quarter Mile, Kloofrhmeu ."  3 00
Half Mile, Indian Race  7 00
Quarter Mile, Gentlemen'* Race, owner* ap  6 00
2nd    3i.ii
75
200
2 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
$2 00
2 00
200
200
���7 50
200
2 00
1 50
300
200
50
NOVA S.OTIA ELECTIONS.
Nomination* took plac* lut Wedn**
day for the Novia Seoti* provincial tleo-
tioni. Tb* libettl candidate* wer* elect
.1 hy acclamation in Antigoniah tnd Vic
toria but there are ronteati in til the other
diviaiona. Premier Murray ia on* of
those rlecled by acclamation.
L. J. Pric* of Lo*er Nicol* it engaged
with lb* A. E. HotwOo.
Mr*. E. A. Jukca who bit bean vitit
ing at Lower Nioola for torn* time left
thit week for .'incomer.
Bill Miner and His Robber
Friends Apply For Another Hearing.
A. D. Macintyre. eountel for Miner,
liiina and Colquh'.un, the train robber*
now aerving tetma ia the 11 C. peniten
liary at New Wei'mineter for holding up
* train near Kamloopi, applied for a ne*
trial f r hia clitnta before Juitice Irving
at Victori* on Stturdty. Mr. Maeiatyrt
baaed hia application on two point*, one
being tbit the crown proieeutor, in tan
ining up the otu, Btattd that Supt. lim
tay did not give ill the tvidino* h* could
hav. and on* bting tbtt the three mtn,
after having been tried once, were not
arraigned and liked to plead befort be
ing tried a tecond tim*.
Mr. Juitiot Irving refuted to grant a
new trial, overruling both objection*, and
the appeal will now be takeu before a full
court.
A, .lackion of Qailchena returned from
t vitit to Ktmloopt on Friday.
KOREAN REBELLION
Desp-tchee from Tokio taya The
Koretn rebellion it extending. Tbe in-
aurgenta htva looted T*my*ng ind Sun-
chin ind tr* now threatening other townt.
Jtpintte warthipa it Yokohtmt have
bten ordered toaitiat the proteeted emit
���r Chi Yod* md tht torpedo flotilla to
aupprtaa pirttit on tho southmt ooaal of
Korea.
The regular meeting of th* A, O. i t
will be held tomorrow evening, Friday.
Mn. <)��o. Murriy lift thit morning
for th* cotat ��her�� ihe will vialt with
rtlttive*.
Don't overlook th* dinner lined on
the 2nd of J uly by th* Ladias Guild.
Meeare.   Buscomb*  and   How** were
I the m.-*-*f��l tandtrera for th* retl ei
ttte of th* lit* John Corbett.
R. P. lngli* of Montreal and John W.
Bell, M. K , tre in Nicolt todiy tnd will
proceed to Aapen Grove to look over tbe
properties ia which Mr. 1 tight it int*r
**.*_.
W. J, Ktrr of KaniliM.pl arrivtd in
Nicola thii morning and will tptnd a few
diyt looking round the dittriet.
Tht ichool bout* ht* now got a flag
pol* md nttiontl Dig. Th* flag wti
hoisted for the Grit time thit morning
J.D. Gilli* r*turn*d latt Thanday; W. Murriy of Lower Nicolt returned
evening from th* ooa*t wh*re he h��d Wednetdty from Aipen Grove where he
been to oomuH an oculist rtgirding hit hn completed tstetimint work on th*
eyei.   He
morning.
leave*  for  Victoria  in  th*
Tom Oit group of claimi, tht thowingi ol
whioh tn looking batter thin . vir. THE   NICOLA   HERALD
THE NICOU HERALD
r_bii��_i*- Bv.ry Thuradar
���a-atrlptloa, Ln Adranaa. *_ aYaaJ-
lioni*. EC. .....21. ItW
DAIRYING.
Great possibilities lie before
Nicola   Valley  as a dairying
"tuntry.    In the valley proper
there is now practically no free
range for cattle and ranching
under these  conditions on a
���small  scale becomes unprofitable    We strongly advise our
ranching friends, who leel themselves shut in from a free range
to go into thi- matter carefully
Carried   out   in a  s>stem<ttic
way it cannot but prove a cotn-
mer> ial success as has already
been   proved   by one of  our
residents in the lower part ol
our valley, who is practically
the only local producer.     1 he
amount of butter consumed is
only provided for by drawing
on coast and Northwest creameries for  the shortage in the
local supply.    In the very near
future this local demand will
be   greatly   increased.     The
continuation of construction on
the railroad will cause a larger
demand than ever for this commodity aud the opening up u.
the mines at Aspen Grove and
I'm mile will still further increase the demand not to mention the possibilities when thf
coal  is developed.    There is
not the slightest necessity f r
any butter to be shipped into
this district from the outside if
the farmers realize what financial   benefits   would accrue to
themselves by taking this matter up.   Much the same applies
to poultry.    Here again there
should be no necessity for outside   shipments      1 he   local
supply should more than meet
the demand and from a district
so favorable as this is to the
raising of poultry, we ought to
be   shipping  eggs to outside
points,    If some of our farmers
would take this matter up on a
commercial basis, instil a separator and feed the skim milk
to hogs, they would very soon
realize the benefit to their banking account.    I'arts of the valley are admirably suited for the
dairying industry, and if a few
of our most progressive farmers would go into this, it might
not  be  long, before   a small
creamery   might   be   started
which could be worked on the
co-operative  principle.   Good
butter,  fresh eggs and home
fed   bacon   always command
high prices and there is practically no competition. If some
of our own farmers do not wake
up and help to supply this local
demand they will wake up some
fine morning and find a hardworking  eastern Canadian or
in enterprising American start
ing up in this business and
making money at it. The day
of the small catt'e rancher is
past and the sooner he realizes
this and turns to dairying or
mixed farming, which will much
more repay him, the better it
will be lor himself and the dis
trict.
U. 8. Canned Goods Barred.
The London Daily Telegraph aaatrt*
that all admiralty aod war offi.a contracti
-Inch have beea placed tince the dia
closure* affecting the meat packing in
duttry in the United State*, ttipulate
that canned ni.ati muat be Britlab or
odonial product!.
��� s-��-r�� <*A<*<_ liV.s.<vi<.*
W
STRONG
AS AN
OX
MALLKRY'S Beef, Iron
and Wine make* you
strong. Computed of freth
Beef, Iron in I form that
il easily aaaiinllated, and
good Sherry Wine, it iea
tonic that makee rich new
blood, auppliet nitrogen
oua material to build H>nh
and niuacle. and etimu-
lata* the whole ayatem to
newer iffort aud eiargy.
Price $1 per bottle.
MALLERY DRUG GO ^
LIMITID X
XAMLOOP9,    :      :   B. C.      T
Ly_>_>_>LCl>l'l>_>l!'Ot
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
���010  Westminster   Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
Headquarter* for
PACI"*C COAST 010*1
Garden, Flower tad Field Seedi.
Ntw crop now in atock and on  te*t in
our greeubousei. Ask your merchant for
them in aealed packages. If he dura not
hmdle them, we will mail 5" -��*, rle.l
6c parkage* of vegetable and II wr sends
( ur own a.'ler.|oii, auitali'i. f.r B. C. gar
d nsi i,,i tl i 0    Special pncea   in your
bu k lee.Is
B. t. drown Mock  al Frail and
Oraarnrnlul Tree*.
Row ready lor apnng alnpinent. Eitra
nice atock of���
I and > j_ar old apple tree* at 1-0 p*r IM
11*' per 1000.
Mar-.rd Plum II 0*
1 allan Prune. I year fine IM per tr.
Sugar I'iuiti   liear, Hn.. $_. per 100
Fell liit of a-hir itoek at regular pri**a
Mo aipen**, laaa at deity of immigration
or impeetion.
Oreeahouie Plant*, Floral Work, R��* Baa-
all**, frail Paoka.ee, ri.rtlli_.r-, eta-
Let me prie* your liit before ordtring.
Catalogue Free
M 1 HINRT,
Mil W___nlaittr Read.      TiMooovan, B O.
NOTICE.
'DATIPAYRK- ln the Nioola and bower
iv Nirola School Dlttriot* are reqoeated to
make Immediate paymi-ai of their School
Taie. at the Government Agent* offlci, Nieola.
GEO. MUKRAY.
C.Ua.t_r.
mOOLA __W____MINT MitTRJOT
TAX NOTICE.
HOTICl li hereby ajaaj I* __��_i-*__* wlih
ifaeStat--**. that Provincial lte.*a_* Tax aad
illhtiiTiii fl _��� "'I' *'** a**-M*4*ad
levied _eder ih* A**_MDie*t Act aad am*---
me*le. ar* now du* end payable for th* year
190-. All lua oolle-lable for lha Nicola __*�����
meat diatrict ar* due and pa) able at my otttt,
���Itaate at Nieola. Tal* notice, I* t*rme of law
la ���ealvalrat le a aeraoaal dimaad hy b* ana*
all van**! llahl* far taiea,
UI. ,  HURKAT.
A_.__.ur aad C-U**V_.
NliHila A.aaa*u-at I-__r_rf
Nieola Peat Ottea,
I ial ed at Nioola I h of r.bruarv, 1"��
i I1KI-. OI'TIIKTT
A U.f.V. Undo..
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloopa, B. C.
Am*. ��� and analyaee af Or**. Csal aad la
du.trial product*.
temple, by mail or ita.. r*o**v* prim**
attention.
JX   O.  _T.
COURT NICOU. No. WBl, A.O. F.._.
aecond and fourth Frliley iu each month
at ��p ii,., in Pool.}'. Hall, v Initial br.thr*-
c-rdlally invited
N. J. Rahwick. C. R.
V,. Gordon Miami, 8**.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
llnr*. Shoeing a apecialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B 0.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kind* of Watchea, Clock*, Jewelry,
etc., kept in atock.   Wedding pru-
enta a apecialty.
Firat nlaaa repaira done on abort notio*
and returned at one*.
NIOOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL-
I* prepared to take contracti fur
aawiug lumbar and getting out
timber.
t-finrral Mill�� ODtm. In l.irrutetd
PRICKS MODKRATB
l'artiea wishing  wo'k can  have aame
promptly attended to by applying to
F. D   WOODWARD,
Nicola, B. 0.
Leavey..ur order* with ,N. .1. Barwick,
or lumber who ia agent for th* Nioola
Portable Steam Saw Mill he oan help you
plaa oat an order.
ASK TOUR DHALBR FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UNION MADH CIGARS
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FAS II
148 Cordova St. W
VANCOUVER B 0.
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
TKNDIRS will be received by the *nd*r
alf n*d exec mora of th* ratal ��� of th* lak
John Corbetl, decern.-, up to II o'clock noon
Friday, J ne 16th. itM. for tha purchaae of the
eaat halt Section li, I'ownahip II, on th* pUlna
about thia* mil** w��at ef Nicola. ooaUlalog
iW *er*e more or lee*.
TKRMt) CASH.
OaUd at Nicola, B. C��� March IT, IM.
A. II, CARRINOTON,
N. 1. H. BARWICK.
���xeeatore of the but* ef th* lata J ah*
Corbett.
T
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NICOLA, B. C
Telephone No. 7. Mam Street
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Order* through.iut th* Diatrict receive oer*.ui alien ion and prompt  deUvtry
J A rti..   Pool,IT ...      rr_.pr._tt*
_9T_fi_W__\ HT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
n
.in
rt I
ii .tap lines
Also  Oeneral Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nioola Lake, B, 0.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   I hursday for Mcola lake,  Kamloopa
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m,
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 __m
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridgt
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spencet
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK
JOB WORK THE   NICOLA   HERALD
CANADA'S OHANCB
Trade of American Pa-king House* t*
Falling Off.
A deapateh ...the Montreal Star, atalee
that 'h��r�� haa liien - f.lluiK off of |20,.
IHKI,0��-. in t_etr��d*"f the packing houa.a,
and thai rid p_f _____,��_ the empLjce*
have bcon laid off. That ia urol.ably an
��� laceration, but in any event the li_e
must b*v* been very great. No* ia the
lim. (..r the Canadian packing ti.u.ei tu
caoture the market, and lint ..f all l"
that end they abould do a good deal ..(
]_diciou*adverti��ing. (Ine way ��f adver
tiainu ia to lie aure that th. ir own prem- |
iaea and their method* are sanitary, and
then let the public __���** it through th* '
ne��ap*p.ra. They must not cipect thi
liew*|iaiien to undertake lo burnt their
jc d* simply heesuse anniething liaa hip-
pfiied to their American ci.ni|ietitors. If
the Canadian manufacturer! "_et in and
drill" they will hive the western imtket
for ill time to come ind it ia a moat im
portant one, too.
Cirrington'i Silver Laaf t*a it th* beat
60ct. t.i an  th* mark*!.   It ia i 6n*
onngt pekoe, a itiight *���**_. te*.
to house compla.* without it.
If ynu will *tep In at Armstrong'* ��h��i
at Lower Nicnla, y..u will ba coiiiiii'ed
that he carriea the lat**l and moat complete line of itenta furnishm.*, iiiclu.ling
liimmer top ahirta, fancy veata, hate and
cape, all kinda and shade* collar*, tier, etc.
0. T. P TERMINUS.
1'rinco Kuperl, the new  citv of norih-
western British On'twWi, aid the Picil.
co����t terminus of the Orand  Trunk  la-
oilic, haa   begun   i'a   exiatance, and   the
foundations nf  Ihe coming   ______���}olia (if
tho western province ia la.d. The cam|i
of the lurveyoi's, hnih trn.se nf the Dnm
inion ��nd tho railway company ar* pitched aa and near future city'a -niindarie*.
It ia the intention to make ��urv��ya of lha
co.at line of watera of tho in'et and the
���ngineer Mpeet to .email until October.
Tho railway surveyors are busy in tha
vicinity of Se.l Harbor, where the new
*����� mill will be built, Here a wharf and
building! are being erected.
Carrington'* Oolden Leaf tea is the
very fineet flowery nrange p.koe. Imported and packed eapecially for ua. Ii
ihsolnt.lv the finest lea nn the tnirk.i
(0 o.iits a pound.
A New State.
Another atar waa added to Union on
Saturday when President llonaeult aign-
���d the bill admitting Oklahama and In
dian territory aa on* atate. The measure
also provide* that Arizona and New Mexico may he admitted to atatehood aa the
State of Ariiona, provided the people of
the territories vote in favor nf the id million on the term* submitted by congress.
Marking of Gold.
Legislation haa been introduced hy the
government at the request of gnld and
ailveramitha, with the object of protecting the public igainit fraud in the i .le
and marking of gold and ailver. Marka
like "gold," "solid gold," "pure gold,"
' U. 8. aiaay" and other like deioriptiona
are prohibited.
mc
NOTICE.
THI PLA01 TO BUT YOUE
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
_U_-_flO-_
Kull aiock of Doin_.li- and Import*. Pifars.
and the h-st smoking tobacco alwaja o* hand!
Drop la and enjoy a q.ilri gam. of Bl.ll.-rda.
Agent forth* Pioneer 8_ram U.ndrj, Vaaaou
ver.   Laundry .hipped every H_i urday.
'Ih..' following applications under thu "L! .uor
Mo.nae Act. 1900," have boon receiv. d by Diet
Itrennan, VV. i , retail rmewal. U.jal Hotel,
Notch Hill.
Homfray, VV. It., retail renewal, Adelphi
I1..I.I. Crande Prairie.
Howse, A. K��� retail renewal, Uriard Hotel,
Nicola lake.
J .-..', J t. It., retail renewil. tiolil Dredge
II til. N I'll..mi-on river.
l.-llelt, V.iu. It, retail reue-.l, Lake View
ll.''el, __*_������_��� .
t;irli., Slsi.lej, retail renewal, .uil.hena
"..'.I ijuilrli. n_,
[__*_, fl \V��� retail leM-_., Ki.h Lake Hotel,
Kisli l*_c,
Pail.iiore. ��. W��� retail renewal, C.I'.K. Hold
islcanioUH.
A ...clingnf lhe botrd of llren-ln_ ��� oindiis-
sinners-ill be held a Ihei'ourt House. Kam-
l'.ii's. a 11 a, in., on -r**___-__a|. _ae_7_h__
June, MM,
I. T. W, PKAU-'K.
Chi. I Licence |[_.|...lor.
Kamloops, B. CL, Bth Jim.', I'M.
IIWTKID
fT'AMI.OOPH BOCK, P. Hernd. proprl.tor.
���l*' Beaiilocknf wines, liqu..l, and cigars In
th�� Interior. Just ihe sunt fort nice, noire
fi.'sh'ii({ _!_<��� of beer.    When ln Kamloops
call in
(IRANI) PACIFIC HOTll- Kamloopa.   The
'-' aeart*! h.iel io the railway statloa. 'ibe
eel) "ovnenieiit hold for traveler*. 0.����i
u...ms, uniKi lanl*, Kind liquor*. Two lsr_.
��� ���'Pie room.,  iv a. Barahart.proi-.a_*r.
lo.'.l utA_l!n_ in ''ti'ue.'iion.
NOTICb.
Thirty days from date I intend to apply In
the chief commissioner of Lands and Works
for a li.'i'iise In prospect tor coal on the following .iesrrl ed lands, situated oa the wot sido
>f Ten Mile Creek about 11} ml .-south of Kl^ht
Mi" c.'i'k, _______ cing   it a pi.-t marked C.
VV. Mnwsry'sK. _.i-ra_rpM and running80
rhains imrth, thenc.-HO chains west, thence 80
soinh, tliei"e SO chains oast b.ck tn post,
V. W. MOW 8kY, locator.
May 22, llKKi. A. Wilmo. Agent
A tsHCI:nKT IIHTKl,. TheniiMi is.nfni.nl
xl h.. elforviaiii.islnA-h'n.ft, The h��'*t of
Table board Hut ano cold ba'hs. inir re,.re-
aen alive meets all I rains. John-mfc Parkin*,
|.r..prii.".a.
Ntop at the.
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Rolf   c-joTT,  Pn.i..iet..r
When trsveliog o me Nic.l. mad
C'liivenieiil |.la.e tor trs.ei.'i-. aiihgu...'
aiconiiiii.iU'i	
NOTICE
III
: wm
ill
Unequalled as a
Su
u.n.er Re
sort
Thirty days frei.i dale I intend to apply to
Ihe chief commissioner of land* and works for a
tieea-a to nratpaei fnr coil on the following
described lands, -i'noted on the wear side of
Ten Mile creek ah int l.j miles amith nf Klght
mile creek, Yale 'tis rict, coiumencing at. po-t
marked (I. L. HI. hardsnn's n. w. nirnr post.
snd running 80 .'h.>ins aa*', ih. e 8ti chains
S'.n|... then e 80chains west, th**-* 80 . I.uins
nnrth back to post..
G. L. ItlCIIAHllMIV, Locator.
May 22. KID. A. Will, ol, Agent
MISI.I1 tL ACT.
Certificate of Improvement*.
NOTT0E.
The Provinc. Mineral Claim, tltuate In the
Similkameen  mining nivi-inii uf Vale.lis
iri.'l    Located on (ksly's ereek, about seven
miles fr m Ni. ola Lake
Take notice thai I. Kre.l.r   k floorge 1'alge,
free miner'sccrtifl. .te No. 1.87.5..) inlend 00days
from the date heico', to apply tn the mining
recorder for a oertilcataof iiiinn'.einenls, for
the purpose of obt-inu.g a.Town grant of the
above claim.
And fnrlher take notice that action, under
section 37, must he commence 1 before the Issuance of such certilii'ate of inmr"Venients.
Dated Ibis __<".!ti day of May, liHKi
Kkkdkkii'K Ohiuuk Paiiie,
Agent for J. VV. Collis.
Notice.
Notie* la hereby uiv en lhat On days after dat.
I Inlend to apply to the Hon lhe rlu.fr."
inissioner of Lands in! Works for p Tims-inn
to piirchas. f>IOa'.".nf nioiiniain pa-lnre land
described a. folio vs. eomineiieiiig at a post
marked ��. It M.. 1 post, n w, co.n.r. situ led
at or near Mamett'-bavi.na lo.d, about 1 mile
north of Quinville- runeh, thenee K aOchains,
8nehalna, W10eliains, N 80 ehalna te inilial
poat KltANt IS KKY,
Mcnla, April 171 b.l'JOfi.
Noticc.
Notice la hereby _iT**i that fiO daya after date
I Intend to appl) to the Hon. the na ef com-
misiioner of lands and works for permllsion to
to purchaae 040 acr< _ of mountain pasture land
deacribed aa folio .s: .'mnmcnciiig at post
marked No. 1, J. K. M's. N. w onmar adjoining
T. R's. a. w. corner, thenee K 80. H 8n. VV 80, N
80 to Initial post. J. K. MURRAY.
Nicola. 27th April, 100B
Good Pithing _ml Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First llass /Accommodation. Terms :
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
yi'lLCHKNA, K. 0.
H Inn Vuu U nut h ii
n
To entertain ami amine y u at horn.'.
Metier than a theatrical performance
and nine- c)is_per.
For Prices and Terms Write to
M. M. WAITT & CO.
tVi; Gran\llln street
VANCOUVER,     -     -     ���     B. 0.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $ic,ooq,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        ��� $158,232,409.51
HOWORART PRB8IDBKT
Rt Hon. Lord Strathoona and Mount Royal, O. O. M 9.
PRRfllDBNT, Sir 0*0 A Drummond. t O M. Ok
TIOB-PUMIDUfT AJf D (11N1RAL MAJfAOIR.    ���   _L 8. OLOUtTDH
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $100  and  upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
NIOOLA   DP ANOH
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager
THE NORRIS SAFE & LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WASH
Frank G. Benson,
Agent
VANCOUVER, B C.
Nutice.
PI*** your otden with Th* I*. ruble
8t**m 8��w Mill, all work _;uar\ni*ed.
Jo*t *rrir*d,(*ihion*hl* rnouldinu kni.ei.
Why mad to l��a.* Tour hnuic unSuiihad
(or want nl moulding*. Edit* *ud train
flooring of Brat quality, will mtwear three
fli.iirimadi.il flat grain. Window iiiti
nid* to ord.r.
Look Typ* Adopted.
The house his idopted th* lock typ*
(or th* 1'anam* omal hy * mle of 110 to
36. Th* proviiiou wi* mad* a part ol
th* aandry civil appropriation bill, which
appropriated {25,500,000 to continue
work on th* eaail.
Sixty tar* attar data I Intwd to apply to the
Hoa.ttieebi.'f cooi"'Ssji. nci',.f|��,i|s nnil wnrk*
f >r. erinlision <��p:it.h. e'.-Maces of pa^iu e
lanpi* sspen ilro.e situateil as follows: nonv
me.eing a' a po t marked A. K. ('. nUiad
aliout'.ll chains easl a"fl lO^hai'K norih of lhe
H. K, ritrner ' f l_t MS, thence Jfl ehsins north,
Ihence id chuins east, Ihene* 40 nhaio north,
Ihenee 40 _-*__****-, Ihin.'e 10 chaiassouth,
thenoe ,'IOchiin* ve-i lk.no* __chslni Math,
thence 30 chain* v/esl 'o point of enmmenoe-
MM, A. It. I AltltlNOTDN.
April 2llth, IJ0-. 8. J. Bate, agent.
Licenses Cancelled
Three licen.ea, thus* of th* Crittrion,
Qoldtn Oat* and Klondike laloon* it
Vancouver were oincellid list weak by
tbe lioenie commiwioDeri.
NOTICE.
miki j day* aft.r .late I Intend to apply to Ihe
chief commlHHloner of lands and works for per
mlialon t_ purrha*.. 3.0 acre* ef mountain pasture commencing nl a coat at anrthwestiornnr
���f Int 908, Ihene* n rt ti 4(1 ohains. thian* eait
twenty ohains. thenc* north forty chain*,
thenee ea*t, twenty chains, thence anuth forty
rhalns. it.*"... weir twenty chain*, th.ace
touth forty chain*, thence west twenty chalai
to point of conmeiicemeat.
Aspen Qro.e, March 20th, 19"-.
W. A. DODD-.
NOTICK.
8l*ty day* attar dat* I Intend to applytoth*
thief commlwloner of land* and work* for per
nilMloaiopiirhase SO acre* nf mountain paat
ture land, commencing at the e. B, corner of my
fir.ienapii.ii.   ruining 90 chains south, thenet
0 chains west, thence 2. chain* north, thence
40 chain* east, te starling nmnt.
. Lower Nicola, May 31, l-Ofi.
ANDRKW SMITH.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1892   1905
KHW WBOTMINSTHR, B  C
i:*��. W. J. Siv.-nu, B, A . HO.
Rev. .)  1'  RowiLi  It irnr.
A aoraplete . miuer-i-l ami r.uiin����
oouri*. Sni.leiit* pru|'*ied t" gain leach
���r* otrtih.'i'c" nf all gradei. In unite.
���ity work a full c.nirie fnr the R. A. de
gre* of Toronto I'ui.eriity.
initructinn given in Music, Art, Phyi
cal Culture and Elocution.
end (nr Cil*nd��r.
Notice.
Sixty days after date I latend to applv to the
Hon.ine -"hief commissioner of lends und works
for pcrmlsilnn tn purchase _S0 acres of pasture
land in Aspen Orove situated as follows: con.
men' ing at a post marked el. J. II. en Ihe N. K.
corn*r of lot 720 thence 20 chains fast, thenc
41 chain* north, thenc. 20 chains east, thence so
chains south, then.'e 40 chains west, thence 40
ohains nnrth|tn the point ol commencement
April-let, 1908 8. J. BATK.
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"
(11883)11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
WILL  TRAVEL   DtlBINO   SEASON   AS   FOLLOWS
Mondays, Tueidays tnd .Saturday's ll Nicula
Wednesday noon Bid I'Vid'y noon at Cot-tree
Wednesday night and Thursday al L<��wei Nicola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWELL,
Manaeer
agt THE NICOLA HERALD
BIRTH.
TlU*.���At Nicola, B.C., on Saturday,
Juae Hiih, l'JOli, to C-p'ain 0 L. and
hn. Flick of adaaghter.
LOCAL NEWS
Alec Gordon o( Lower Nicola wa* in
toai yesttrday.
J. Shifel is erecting a reiidene* on hi*
.ere lot in Forksdale.
J.Guiclmn of Voilchena wai a viiilor
to Kamloop* thii week.
REFRIGERATORS
Made of elegant hard wood
and heat finish thr u_hn_t.
Etch one msk.s a handsome
pieoe of furniture. From
|10 f>0 to tH) each.
li k Crram Fki K/.r.KS.
Boun Win now sin keep out the Hie*.
_________ Doorh iu all MM from ti up.
(iasni.iNK  and  Coil till.  Stovk ., at
reasonable price*.
KVKRVTH1NC   Wt   THE  HOT
VMUTIIER
LEE-1INC'S~-'A-CWARE
KAMLOOPI
Mr. and   Mrs. Timma*   Williams  left
Luwet Nicola on Tu*sd��y for Victoria.
Carload of lirst class oadaf shinu'es jus'
arrived. Prices raaaonUa, Nicola Portable Btaam s.wuiill.
Mr. and Mr*. Newbury of Victoria are
��.siting wi'h Mr. and Mra. Richard* at
Coutlee.
ll.. to the M.  M.  M, for ham* and
btcon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I!. A. Richard* nf
Coutlee  returned   from    Princeton  on
Sa'urday.
F. M. McKeuwn aii'l Aiikuh Nelson
of the Golden So.ereign, Aspen Grore,
were in Nicola this week.
Carritigtori'* (J. Idrn Leaf tea n the
v*ry 6n*st flower* orange peko*. Imported and packed especially for us. I*
absolutely the tineit tea ou tha market.
ttO oent* t pound.
Ask the bu'eher to bring you a Gritlin
Ham from the M. M. M.
"Lucky" Todd of Otter Valley pas��ed
thrnutrh Si-ok th* lirst of the week afler
a visit to Spencet l'.rul_e.
If you want ln.h class up-tn data Boot*
and Shoe* go to Armstroiig'a. Spring
s'.'ck just arrived.
R J. Ariiistroiig of A��pen Gro.e re
turmil triiin tho coast on Kriiluy, and will
leave thu week fur Keremeos.
The Ladies Guild of the Church of
Hint).nd will s.rve refreKhinenti during
tlie Dominion D.y Mlahratino,
Carrington's SiUnr Lesf tea is the be��t
BOct. tea on tha nurket. It is a fine
orange ft koe, a s ihl" ' **aail tes. So
house *o��pleie -nhoiit it.
i
If vouar* ".inkioH of  huil ling anw  i*
the 11tn*. in _e' \ ur rdttt out io a* to
h>.a th* l___har drj >h.n tha long day*
come snd ih. earpvn'eri cu work wi'h
l��l*a*ur��. lieitiiH_r)ar tha osme, The
Ni ula PortaW* Si,,,,, Baa Mill.
G. C. Tuiistall, gold tomniaaiontr, passe 1 through _fi*o-i on M nd*y to K un
loop* after h trip to the Bin>llka__M_-
Quilchena h��s now �� tf. in- a urt, S.
Kir'.y having bad one laid mil beside his
hotel. The court is proving ijuite an it-
i met ion.
G-rri grotiV Sii' I, ,i tea H tlie heat
BOcl. tea nn th.- oi" k i I is a tine
��� r.ngs pi k'i.', �� sM u_lit _���_*��� tea. No
house eoini'lcle withnul it.
Mrs. A. W S'.n'k'iid aid thililren
left ng Tu.sdsy fnr �� vi-i> oi,' **������ oi,
Mr. Ktrickl.nil sec inpuiied Ihem to
Span.! s Briil_e.
G i to Ar. s i _'- L fer N to h, f r
your suit for th.' 1st uf July. He MrrU-
the latest and ins up to dale lit.e of
���lothing of any liu.inaa* In u e in Nicola.
Mi��* B Mi'H nibl leaves for the const
tomorrow to attend the teachers enliven
tion. The ��� h'.nl died today for the
summer bolidaii,
Tn Tin Lamm:
Korlhn la'.'st   ami   unit   (ashioiiablii
tainy i-I ais .oil slnri wsisu, hliiM* sets,
be is, etc     V linlil   i.U . ' . i in at
...iiistrong'e.    No   trouble to  show  the
gouda,
.lohn Bridires of Vancouver, who has
been on a visit to 1! Gullifnrd'* at Ottet
Valley, pissed through Nieoh. on his return journey to the cosit or, Tuesday.
f. D. Broadhent has laatad the "Lake-
view" ranch, adjoining Nicola to Harold
M-.tthews, who has for some tim* been
employed at the TrUt-gla ranch, (Quilchena.
Thtelectinu nf _____*_ f.r Curt Nicols, A. O K. will tak* plaaa m. Friday,
June'Jllnd All mt'inhers an irniiaatatl
to make a _ejaa__| aff rt to be preieut.
After the husin.s* is di*po_*_ off light
refreshment* will be s.rved.
Bualn*** Locale
Try Griffin's smoked shoulderi at the
Metropolitan Meat Market.
For eise and  comfort  for walking ynu
should alwayi buy your  boots and almei
at Arm��:rorg s, they are "com killer*.'
Carrington* Golden Ltaf tea n th*
very finest flowery orange peko*. Im
ported ami packed especially for u*. I*
alsolutely the finest tea on th. market.
60 cent** pound.
Don't be milled or mislaktn,
But when you fry,
lie lur* you try
M. M. M. Hams ��ud Bacon
NtlllCK.
Notlc I* her.hv riven tkat withla aiiti
d*v< -.taw d��te I .mend m sppljr tn in'
chief r.[nmis*lnnnr nf lands s.nl -nrks for per-
ti,i.-in , to a_l____M I���.'> a*r_* of , i-tur. land
Sltimled _s folo-s: Cu in.. eiu.iiir nt tlinv.K.
corner l-.t l:i.'T. llifnce   -c-l   I" rlion-, tln-m ������
north 10 'hsins. thaae* eaal H ____*. thaao*
soulh 40 chains to poinl 0. coromencment
.May 11,11-5 WILLI iii CHl-HtlUi.
Ronoi
Notice Is ___-_. -iven _____  withlaN.ag)
from riat*. I Intend making appllcattoa to tne
hon. chief cntnmis inner nf I.nils soil works f r
purniis-ion lo aai-haw HO anre* of aafltura
land ii.l.iuiiiiii. Lot 1085on weal rid.. rommeii
cinn at a post mark.il A. I! tl. s v.,-oraer,
I bene* west HO chains. _h*ne* anrth HI chain-.,
tllfll..'.'�����'   M 'll ' UK. then,,  south 11) *___-_.
to point of corimenceuient.
June 18, )'Jt.. A. It. OouwiN.
Stock raiier.. Attention 1
We   have   received   a coiisi./ntneiit of
Fy Kuiiih  50o, a   tin;   tl*ern_  sprayers
tl.5n,    Every  ranobar ihonld shouht
ha��e it ami use ic     Those ah . ban tried
It   once, ala.y* keep a sii(.|.ly in   thai.
���table*.
Tho I'eopie* Btofa,       A. li Carrington,
FOR RENT.
Good Stalling for 4 horses.
For parti< ulars apply tu
I. II Winny
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
imMi'i-l A-ii.ii.i-1 - ..lor
iiitl.s. e_ inner. Ial Blank,i       I Ps si nm-1
___a__a_aa, 11. v.
John D. S vanson, B. A.
Barrister,   Solicitor and   Notary   Public
(irftcc:   Fast nf lha Canadian liw.k of ('.no
merce. soutli "Mi of fletofta -Ir-et, e.a i.loop*.
Moaej to loan on r. al estule securitv.
-^������
SADDLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� ��� B. C.
M BEATTIE
Aocnuiit.nl,(    uiiniss: .li. Insurance
and General Agent.
Main Street -amloops
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and General Supply Agt*
���for���
Mining1 contractors, farm tna.hu.srj. bug.), a.
cutter-, *lel(ths etc. >end fur -mr list nf farm
and minliiu properties. Reports on mining pro-
P'Ttles through the District, Cable address
"Aurum." I'liili-s: Hromball, More.ng It Neal.
A. H. a tth.
Warehouse- I'anford. Nicola Valley, B. C.
WATCH REPAIRING
_ll kinds of Watch, Clock
and ,le-elry rei airs done in
first class old. r and satisfaction : 11-i mi., il. All work
enttiis'ed to OQf care will be
oompleted ��tul returned *ith-
��� IU  delay.
U. H. ��� IrllMtH.I, A CO.,
V. 1'. It. 'liiii-. lnspeclors, Kainlniip.
JACKSON & E ARLE
BUiLDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Specialty.
Write for Kstimate on all Kin.Is of Work
I' (I. Hox 18*1 KAMLOIH'S, It.r
FOR SALE
1 Mowing Machine 5 ft- cut.
1 Mowing Machine _,J_ ft. cut
1 Rake, 10 It.
1 Bain Wagon.
For particular! apply to
K. II. Win.ny
LOST.
A   Vianuiii   or   Krli  iiiiioiii.tic lilting
raal with ..il. .1 sill, line, b*t**aa Sp-O-H
l'.n.:_;*��� aod the H \iile House. 1 lt_at
��ill lie r-_t*l_ad )���) l��..tng ntai al the
(' .0 I.e dotal, Clemes' dotal .r ' i U
Mill   ll"U-e.
TOWN LOTS
MOD BUSINESS 8ITE8
SOME   GOOD 8NAPS
IN TOWN PROPERTY
REAL ESTATE
AT "THE PEOPLE'S STORE"
FOR THE
Next Thirty Days
For Cash Only
DISCOUNT 20 PER CENT OFF
Crums Prints
Kin^scott Ginghams
Ducks
Matalosses
Lawns
Nainsooks
Swiss and Corded
Muslins
Cambrics
Japanese Silks
Sateens
Serges, Cashmeres,
Suit Lengths and
Waist Le lgths
Ladies Waists and
Skirts, Print, Silk
and Luster
Arc Muslins,
Cretonnes,
Li aula Lim 3, Oil Cloths
Japanese Matting,
Table Linens,
Table Oils and
Lace Curtains,
Apron Ginghams,
Galateas.
Oxford Shirting and
Men's Top Shirts.
A. R CARRINGTON,
Ii' PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
^ODAK^Sig. hilliard
$5 to 5100
General
Blacksmith
mmi m n\m wcek
It's "Haylight all the Way,'
by the Kodak system. Load
ing,   unloading, developing -
all without a dark room
...     ���    ,, Horseshoing done in a
Everything for the I *       .
J       �� ,1 first class manner.    . are
Photographer
SMITH BROS       J
BOOKSTORE
Kunli.'i, s Jti 1 V.-ti "li
!nl attention given io this
branch of the business.
NICOLA, M. a
-.____t_______-___-__-.--_-
CO.
IiKM.KRS I,.-
BLAIR *
liKM
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, H ARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
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Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
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