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NICOLA HERALD
Vol. 2.
No. a6.V
NICOLA, B.C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1906.
$2 a Year
LABOR DAY SPORTS
A ROYAL TIME TUB VERDICT OP
THE QUILCHENA RACES.
Kamloops Polo Team Wins Match by
One Goal   Horse Races Were
Keenly Contested   Lirge
i
Crowd Attend.
Polo match-Kamloops won by one
goal to none.
QmiIw mlVi Indian race-Nigger 1, .
Stone 2.
Half-mile Quilchena   Stakes-Fancy
Free 1, Dixie 2.
Quarter-mile  pony   race  14  1-2 and \
under-Rose Lee 1, Jerry 2.
Half-mile Indian race- Spider 1, Dan- j
dy 2.
Three-quarter mile race, open-Fancy I
Free 1, Dixie 2.
Indian Cowboy race-Neille 1, Chap-
ron 2.
     Quarter-mile pony sweepstake, Rich-1
Quilchena on Monday was the Mecca I ardson 1, Lafferty 2.
of a large crowd, who turned out to J,, the evening a short dance was
witii"-s the polo and horse races, fttm held followed by a smo-ing concert,
an early hour in th'morning tho Indians The latter was tglMi success and
with their Klootchmen came trooping J thoroughly enjoyed by those present,
in the Klootchmen decorated in all sorts j It would be invidious to single nut any
of fancy colors and by 11) o'clock there j item for special mention, but one can
was quite a large crowd aroiindQuilchena; hardly overlook W. Har,'raves' ren-
listening to the strains of the RMR band. dering of "The Turkey on the Table,"
The polo teams turned out abont or the cornet duet by two members of
eleven o'clock, Kamloops -ppresented by j the R.M.R. band. The ecocert proved
Richardson, Brown, Cornwall and Bttt- | gttjng winding up for a splendid day's
en, and QniK'henia by Lafferty, Nash, . Kport and those pretent .thoroughly en-
Renyon, md Haw-kin. W. U, Hot, '< joyed the day's entertainment.
fray of Grand Prairie acted as referee.
COAL OPERATIONS
MORE PROPERTY.
The ground was dry and loose and so
totally incapable of a fast game being
played on it. The match was well contested, the home team, considering
their want of practice,  playing an ex-
Two Sports.
On Tuesday  afternoon.  a  matched
race  took  place  between   S. Kirby's
"Ginger"    and    W.   U.    Homfray's
"Fancy   Me,"   over   a    quarter-mile
cellent game and proving not quite so j course on the Quilchena race track,
green as Kamloops perhaps expected ; The start was a good oue but it was
and giving   their Opponent! all  their soon  evident  that   "Fancy Me"   was
work to do to score the one goal which
gave them the victory over Quilchena.
The game was a clean one from start to
finish and although there were a few-
crossings during the match, they were
taken in good put by both sides. There
is no doubt now that with more prac-
ti'.'o and with the ponies getting on to
the game, that Quilchena will give
Kamloops a very hard fight the next
time they meet.
After the match the crowd returned
to the hotel where Host Kirby had a
good spread waiting for them, while the
band discoursed sweet music to those
outclassed,    "Ginger"    going strong-
ami -Inning by about ten lengthi,
Yesterday afternoon another matched
race took place OH the HUB! track between "Ginger" and "Fancy Free"
over a quarter-mile course. "Fancy
Free" getting the verdict easily,
of th'' icieneei involved to enable them
to intelligently  explore for,  recognize
and estimate   the value of mineral de-
i posits and to secure a legal title to the
E A JUKES RETURNS AND SECURES Sam(''
The course will consist of instruction
tn Mineralogy elements, (description of
the commoner economic minerals,)
laboratory work, (blowpipe taeta.)
Geology- Outline description of ill
nn!: ��� usually met within prospecting,
with | radical study of the same.
t'h'iiiistry-General principles enabling the student to understand the
processes involved in treatment of ores
and (ire assays.
Assaying-Fir.' assays for silver and
gold.
Law-The Mining Laws of British
Columbia.
Further particulars of the different
courses may be had on application to
LRev. J. P. Bowell, Bursar, or to Rev.
W. J. Sipprell, principal.
GOLDENSOVEREIGN
ANOTHER LARGE PAYMENT MADE
ON THIS PROPERTY.
BUSH FIRES ACT.
First Conviction  In Hlcola Valley Oc
curred This Week.
The first conviction in this section
this year for the contravention of the
^pjjjjjjjjjj^pjjjjjjjjjjjjjr . Bush Fires  Act should
who were waiting. After lunch every- j ing to those wh��� start these _____ . t
one turned their steps to the race track thjs geascm of the year especially, it i.
where the band gave selections tothe nlost important that hush fires do not
waiting crowds at the intervals between ^,t bl,y(md thl. t.���ni:roi ()f those start.
the races. . jng them.     As it is,   the  clearing  of
1 The entries for the various events | brush by fire just 11(1W  when  (very.
were   large  and  the  differ, nt events i thin��� is dry and iJUrnt up thr()URn iack
of rain, is most reprehensible and is I
menace to the whole countryside. A
few weeks  will, in all   likelihood,   see
allow
closely contested. Special interest, was
centered in the half-mile Quilchena
Stakes and the three-quarter mile open.
Seven entries were received for the j alu,red conditions which  might
Quilchena Stakes: Brown's "Banker," the clearing of brush by fire without
Fernie's "Dixie," Homfray's "Fancy its spreading so rapidly as to get be-
Free, " Benyon's "Billy," Kirby's |yond control| but at present anvone
"Ginger,"Nelson's "Pansy,"McCrae's,whohasthc bardihood to start afire
"S:iHv." All were starters and thov j shou]d be made to suffer the largest
got off to a good Itait Fancy Free ; pena|ty (fe ]aw win all0w.
took tho lead but Ginger was soon close j 	
the London Tribune states that it is
rumored that General Kitchener will
soon be appointed to the Irish command.
up and for a quarter of a mile they
w.'i" neck and neck Ginger slightly-
leading, at the turn however tba Grand
Prairie horse began to pull  away with	
Ginger ami Dixie close up and it was a Hirstj the Yorkshire cricketer, play-
rar�� for second place between the hit- i���,r at Scarborough last Friday, compter two, Fancy Free winning the race k,tcd tht> SeaSon,s record by scoring
and Dixie getting second place just at; 2>m run9i taking 200 wickets.
the post. 	
For the three-quarter mile race there ;    Sei our new |ine 0f Imperial  Linen-
were   six   entries,    bill    three   were (.tu, ,,,,,,,,,. a|ui   envelopes.     HERALD
siratched and the race was practically  OrilcK.
one between Fancy  Free and  Dixie,
the former getting the verdict.
The Indian cowboy race was quite an
exciting one, the race being run over
again for second place. Perhaps the
best race of the day was the quarter-
mile sweepstake for polo ponies which
had played in the match .luring the
forenoon
NOTICK.
In re Estate of
WILLIAM CHARTERS,
Deceased.
Tenders  for  the  purchase   of  the
���__. __i_ L _�� _ i bands of cattle and horses of the estate
The pomes got off to a good , of the |ate wi||iam i;harterg wj|, be ��
start and an exalting race ensued. Up ; ceived by the undersigned Up to the
to the turn it was anybody's race but Uth October, lilOti. There are about
Richardson pulled away with Lafferty |2��_ horses,   induding a  stallion,  and
Arrang?ruents  Being Made For Fur
ther ExtenHlve Operations.  This
Year's Work Proved Vtry
Satisfactory.
Drilling operations for coal, as our
readers are aware, were carried on
around Coutlee all the spring and summer of this year by a company in
which eastern capital was mainly interested, and which was represented by
E. A. Jukes, who superintended the
drilling operations.
Some time ago Mr. Jukes went back
east and was enabled while there to secure control of the varioui propertl i
and to make arrangements for the carrying out of further extensive operations. Mr. Jukes returned to the
valley last week with a view to getting
drilling operations started up again.
As a preliminary, he has secured op
lions for the valuable coal rights on
most of the ranches around the Forks
and will probably commence operations on one or other of thaw.
The results of the past year's work
were entirely satisfactory and further
enhances in Mr. Jukes' mind the con-
ridence he has in the di.trict as a coal
producer. That he has this confidence
is evident from the fact that he has returned to the district with a view to
further operations 00 a large scale.
Mr. Jukes expressed himself as being
well satisfied with the results of the
operation! already carried on and is
most optimistic with regard to the
future of the Nicola Valley.
Rev. Dr. Osterhout to Lecture.
Rev. Dr. Osterhout of Kamloops,
will arrive in Nicola next week and
will deliver a lecture at Lower Nicola
on Saturday evening. On Sunday he
will preach at Lower Nicola in the
morning and afternoon and at Nicola m
the evening. Dr. Osterhout is an able
preacher and advantage should be
taken to hear the reverend gentleman
while he is visiting the valley.
LOCAL NEWS.
Miss Wey of Vancouver arrived in
Nicola yesterday.
Mrs. Chapman of Lower Nicola il progressing favorably.
THE CHEHALIS DECISION.
Blame Placed Entirely on the Princess
Victoria
The commission appointed to investigate the disaster by which the steamer
Chehalil was sunk in Vancouver harbor
through a colision with the steamer
Princess Victoria, and by which seven
persons were drowned two months ago,
rendered a decision  Friday   morning.
The decision was announced by the
chairman, Mr. Justice Morrison, of the
supreme court. The commission placed
the blame entirely upon the Princess
Victoria, which was the overtaking ship.
The decision wa! that the Princess was
entirely at fault. The master's certificate of Captain Griffin, commanding the
Princess Victoria, was suspended for six
months.
J. Shivel of Forksdale was a visitor
to Nicola yesterday.
F. M. McKeown of  Aspen Grove, is
a visitor to Nicola this week.
Alf. Goodisson is at work on Bonth-
rones Ranch at Lower Nicola.
J. P. McConnell and J. M. Millar Have
Fine Property   Are Interesting
Outside Capital But Will
Retain an Interest.
Another large payment on account of
the sale of the Golden Sovereign mine
became due on Saturday and was
promptly paid. This payment runs into
five figures and is the largest payment
yet made on this fine property,
Development work on the property
has been carried on all summer and
ii has been done to show that
then- is every likelihood of this property becoming an excellent dividend
payer. There can be no possible
doubt that the mine is an excellent investment, and the assays already taken
of the ore go to prove that even better
results may be expected at depth.
J. P. McConnell and J. M. Millar,
who have made the payment on the
property, are to be congratulated on
the possession of as line a copper proposition as is to be found anywhere.
They have consistently advertised the
advantage! of Aipen Grove Camp and
have done much towards drawing the
attention of outside capital to one of
the richest mineralized districts in the
province.
That Messrs. McConnell and Millar
have the fulleit confidence in the property is evident by the fact that
although they expect shortly to have
mining men here to investigate the
property and take an interest, yet,
they, themselves, intend to retain a
large interest in the property.
Angus    Nelson  came   down    from
Aipen Grow yeiterday to Nicola.
Mrs. Smith and Miss McCord of
Vancouver are visiting at Coutlee this
week.
Miss Smith of Spences Bridge,   was
visiting for a   few days  in Nicola this
Dell King wife and family were visitors from the Charters ranch to Nicola
this week.
M. L. Grimmett, barrister and solicitor, arrived in Nicola today and will
open up a law office.
close behind and it was a neck and neck
about 400 cattle,    fhe  horses  will be
m^^^^^^mm^^^^mmm^^^mmm^ I sold as a band; the cattle at so much
race down the straight, Richardson just' per head, to include all calves branded
winning by a neck. at date of sale.
The following are the results of the H. D. GREEN-ARMYTAGE,
days sports: Administrator Estate.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGH.
A Provincial Institution That Is Doing
Oood Work.
Rev. J. P. Bowell, Bursar of Columbia College, New Westminster, is at
present in Nicola in the interests of the
college. The college was founded in
1S02 and is now in full affiliation with
Toronto diversity. Tha college provides the most extensive course of
study to be found in the west, giving,
as it does, instruction in the four years
of the University course for the degree
of B.A., and undertakes the Toronto
School of Science course in the first and
second years for the degree of B, Se.
Quite | number of its undergraduates
have been sent to eastern institutions
and to the learned professions. This
year special attention is given to the
Science Course of Toronto University
and a special course of training for
mineral prospectors will be undertaken
to meet the requirements of the mining
population of this province, This latter
course is designed to give those whose
time is limited a sufficient knowledge
Miss Carss of Vancouver arrived in
the district last week to take charge of
the school at McLeods.
School Meeting.
The qualified voters of Nicola School
district are notified by the board of
school trustees that a special meeting
as authorised by the School Act will be
held on Saturday, the Mi, day of September, l'JO-, in the school house at 10
a. m. The purpose of the meeting is to
determine the amount of money uecess-
ary to raise for school purposes from
July 1st to December 31st, 1907.
H.J. Cambie Chief Engineer of the
Pacific Division of C. P. R .armed in
Nicola yeiterday.
Editor Retires.
J. M. Wright, editor of the Similkameen Star, has severed his connection
with lhat paper. In it! last issue Mr.
Wright gives his reason for his resignation and gives a brief review of the
difficultiei encountered in running a
paper in an outpost of civilization. His
many friends will wish "Jim" the best
of luck in the "something else" which
he intends trying.
George Coleman of Evans, Colcinjtn
and Evans, Vancouver, accompanied by
his wife and family arrived in Nieola
yesterday.
Mrs John Bridges of Vancouver who
has been visiting at R. Gulliford's, Otter
Valley for some time returned to the
coast last week.
John Gibson of Chilliwack spent a few
days in Nicola this week visiting with
his granddaughter Mrs. N. J. Barwick.
Mr. Gibson is on his way to Princeton
to visit his sons.
The Great Northern Railway.
Grading on the Great Northern is now
finished to Keremeos, the steam shovel
has started on lhe grade towards Hedley and Princeton. Tracklaying will be
started Immediately from near the
Boundary line and will ba laid to the
Armstrong townsite by Christmas this
year, thus leaving Princeton only forty-
five miles away from the railroad.
More Hindoos
TheC. P. R. steamer Tartar arrived
last Friday afternoon from Hong Kong
with a long list of white passengers
and 250 Hindoos.
A court of revision for the purpose of
hearing and determining any objection
to the retention of any mames on the
register of voters for Yale district will
be held at Ashcroft on November 5th.
J. W. Bell,  Joe Marshall  and Geo.
Aldous paid a visit to Princeton last
week  and    inspected    some    mining
j claims on Copper Mountain. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
TRAP? OPENED.
NOTICE.
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, in Advance, $2 a Year
Nnou, B. C. SkitkhiikkiI. I'M
f\    .\^    !���    ��� i .       Noti.ri- hereby given I lull 00 days /.rterdst. j
Un the distinct understand-, ii_t��_-w��p��_j__t__ ei__. n_H~_______r_.
, ii i ''""'" ���"''' warhttot .enni-.ion to purrlus. i'.iu
int_ th'it all sockeyes taken are -"*"< """""*in pmui. i-��-. ��iiu-ie_ on
-IniM.r Creek, hIioui T mile- north  nf Nicola
Lake. e.mini 'inif ��i _ )_._t  -miked  K.H.T.. j
w, .... i.ri; theiicv nd Mclniin��, theme north ',
1 r__lni; thence we-l Nl rh*ls_ I heme south
,be allowed to operate in the|��c_____u>**_-_.( ...: ,,,.
I to be released, the traps are to
METROPOLITAN
MEAT MARKET
JCIMJAK B. TINOI.KY,
CHEHALIS INOUI l\Y.   clow ���______., commencing Aug- ___���_��_,____,
  15 and extending to Sept. 15
The Chehalis   inquiry was     Instructions along these lines
brought  to  a close last week ���_*_���_���___��������__ r.i .11 f.__.'n_-_mi,.,1
_ were v. ireu 10,111 iisn< ntsgu.inl- 1 __t___ n. infa i0 tha ____ tb. ah_K 00a
and   the   nnirt   inve ma  wh-it   ��� ���     n , -   i       i      i ���_-_____raflaiaiaad worti ttry_nii--1_a to
-nu  mc court gave out wnai lans in |j q by the department ioi��i_____ti____ia.ii-.an_-i��i_--t-i��to__i
appeared  to  be a unanimous (VomOttawi i-r__r.tt___��_a_t_o____in��; u__w-'ioatk_n
,      .   . ���,. .     , ��� ��� I1.011-.   Inure   ur li--. In   I'l-h   bike   inalKili:
decision.     1 he commissioners     Though |Mrt of th(J C,0S(J sca. > ^fi^^-fo* ����-
came to the conclusion that the S()ll has p;issed. this will give1"" ^ '""""' **Kurai
collision  was caused solely by; the trap owners  fourteen days "
the want of care in navigating toopefatei
the IVincess Victoria under the	
command  of  Captain  Griffin     tl        t 1 l
' 1 he conference between the
and that he displayed ignor-;       ���   ��� , ��� ,    ,
1    '       b       ! provincial   premiers and   the
ance  of collision rules.    One  ,, .*    ������        ������  ,
, I 'ominion  authorities will  be
mitigating circumstance in the .   , ,       1    ���    ,1 . ,        *>t
b.     b held  early  in  October.     1 In
decision  may  be  noted,  that r_*_       r     x       11    -n ���
} Ott lw_ . anadian club will in-
everv care was taken afler the    ���      n ., -tit
_ vite all the provincial delegates
collision on the part of the of- .       . 1   ���      1      ���
1 .to a banquet  during the  time
ncers of the Princess to rescue __.    ������. ���   _->   ���  ,
i the visitors arc  in the Capital,
the survivors. As to the further
text of the decision there can
be no doubt that the court
made a wise step in asking for
legislation to control the tr.itlu
in and out of the Narrows
The ourt have recommen \-
ed thit a commission be appointed to guard against accidents which are bound to occur
in the future, owing to the dan-
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
NOTICE. I
h.,_iv,n,liH.,��,d|,��-fU,rdate:()pder8  ******"*[ the *****  r8C6iVe C*reful  *U,!n,icn   ",A   ��""����*   ie"V"J
���j      -     -      Proprietor
.l.tll .   rimi.i-
Viilie.  i-   herein   _ive[i lilll.  tie  dare  afler
lite 1 ii.till .   tniipply   In  ltl'1   ellief   rfillillii--
inner nt  l.mil> ..ml   ���,irk�� for pi-rmi--oo   o,
mnSbueno term of mount_4i p__nu_ mtti
!���-iriheil nn fulln--; l niiimen -| n_r ill 11 nn-i
nal k.il .1.11.M . n,w. rnrner, tlie.ee norih 41,
iiioii-: i Inn,-,'ea-t K.ieliain, theme-outh II,
���llniti-: Itiirier _n -I S-.li.iiii- li, iliili - pi-l.
The iiIhi, .��� I��iul li .-tinned nn Ten Mile Creek,
I'.i-t ,if Nieola, s.ivoi.,1 mad, und of J. Mil-
oheU'l ,i[.|ili- a'ion to piii'1 lin-e.
JOHN 11, BYKXK.
Nieola. July 21), limit.
NOTICE.
Nolire is herehy Riven that within sixty |
itf* iif'er il.ite 1 inlenil to ft|)|ily to (lie
chief eninniissiiiner of lands mid works for permission to O'lreha-* ili'1 mre-. of pa��lure Iniii]
siiiint,-.1 a- f.illo-.: CommeneiBg nt the n. k.
...riur l.nl 1:1^7, thenee wist   In ett tint, Ihence
Is                    ,                                 ,.             nurth  111 ihains. ihenee M_l I'i ' liniiis. thence
'.ven an honest man allows  ti-_oe_aiM to point ofrommenren-mt.
May II. IM WILLIAM CHWHOUI.
his   conscience to tro into a
NOTICK.
N'nliee Is hereby niven that   withla tOdun
from dale I intend making apuliciiliiiii tothe
liiiti.etiiefeoniinis-i..!ieri,f Isudsnnd works��,tt|
o.-ni.is-iiui  tu iuiiiti,i-i   .'i.'n Heies nf pasture |
lout ailjotnilllf Lot Ills;, uu  wesi  side, emu,ntn
ring at a post marked A. It   (.., s. w.eiirner,
i|iiu,.ie ivi'.l Wlihain-, 'lici...' iii.ilti tu rliains,
lli.'n.'i'eusi   Nl rh.ins, Ihene! south 111 chains,
io polnl offal lui'iuemcnt.
June IU, MM, A. It. Godwin.   ,
go
trance long enough to enable
him   tO  get   rid of a  plugged
nickle.
NOTICE.
Any person fund in pursuit of game
"ii any pari nf the Tamerton Ranch witb-
gerotis nature  of the Narrows, "'it p-rmi^hn of the undenfened will d^'\lut
NOTICE
liberrb) iti'en that sixty davs after
be proaeeuted.
MKS.   I'OOI.KY.
NOTICK
f L.nd- ..ml Wetk- for in'iinissiim to
puri'h___ Hit, aire- i.t' ii. i unit a: n pasture laud.
-iiuih',1 about ei_ht i,,i'es nnrlhwi's uf
Mlola. desniiii'd as follows: ('..iiuiieiiring at
t MM! mifki't .1.1'.. _,W. ciirnet'. |.la..'.I at
8._,  ,'iiflie'' of   11.    tl'iulinn's   , .e-lntition;
Thirty dar�� from dale  I int. ml in anpli tn   ""' ", l""l"iii'-: thwee ea-l 1" rhalns;
haflM��f ontiiniissinner,ri,|id-��ii.| w..rk-inra   ll"'"1' -"Ulli In . luin-; l ti. l.ie wesi 111 efeliu
������-.ne  tn �� I    ri   lim,' er f. om  ill, ���   tn | il of niiiiii.ilirelin.lil.
, f .Hon ingrt.-.'ithed land.    Bi-Kinninv tt a eoal   Nii.ula, July Hi, ItMli. JAMKS I'OOI.KY.
1 he Court Suspended thf   In >at _f> l�� ilvM_a��f \ ilt l_at_.nl m��rk_1
\-,l  .IV MrOiiran- N  W. I'Oril'r ;\li.ill, nm- llH-f     ���
and the great ill' r.-ase of ship.
ping especially as regards small
craft, which at the present time
have equal rights with large v- s
sels.
certificate  of   Cmtain   (.rilfin   '"''WIM "f V|,i "l"'vl'kHnn ' '"'"'���' ���' <''""'
ecitiiieaie  oi    <_-.ipt,tui   >'i niiii  0| |loi|iil| ou Mi|l, ( , ni. ln.ii|.,,,,.,,,(i|i|
.-   ���      ���        _      ..1  _     l    .".  -    r .1 t,t   n .Inn''   ilntllin nn   11  et'V   snioh  lf.n
lor six months dating from the i...i__.�����_..- ��������.._. wu, i,-i.h,in<. _-,.t m
. r     . . . ,    . ! ehains in ti-Inl . fheginnini', (110 arret.
day ot the accident July 21.1
It is evident from tht- f_( t of the
court  making   the recomend-
ation it did that  they  do  not
wholly blame Captain  Griffin]
for the collision and  evidently
took the matter of the navigat
ion  of the  Narrows  and  the
want of rules regulating traffii
into consideration,
NOTICK.
Notice Is tier,-liy firm lha*. sixty day- after
ii .1,' I 'nli'li'l   toappl]   to the   (hiif i ninniis
-inner of Land- and Works fnr leave to p_r<
'<��� - nil"   ��� H'   then, w enmero' llhnve Inea-   eb-M) the following Un., bring UttKrW. IllOie
1 na, follinvmrliii uni'tt-"rvi'i sli;ii''haiii- or lan, (kimmen.ing at a post planl��datthe
Kit) i-liai'i-, n IM chain*,�� in.hams to polnl . W. corner of Lol IM KDof YD, thenr. went
.if Iipl"oi.i-i? MO tore. 10 chalni, Ihence iouth .1 chain, thenci earn
Sept. 1, HM, AMlllKW  MrilllHN,
Locator.
ST_E_A7��r___k _R.T'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
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also  Gonoral Li-very
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday  tor 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 lor Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
I'very   .Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
I'.vcry  Tuesday  aad  Friday  for    Spences
Hridge at 6 a. m.
livery Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    - Proprietor
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and General Supply Agts
��� kok���
Miiiinu .nntin.iors. farm machinery, baggi
Thir4v rlays frnm'In',' I intern! toapiitjrtn
'In chief e minis-inner of Land's and Works
fur a lieense to ml hiuI r.itio'. e t itnher finm
the following dearrlbe-land, Bevlnnlng at a
���i .st marked Rebaa Man Oolltni, ! _. c irner a mi
joining the a. w. corner of _n-_iw M^Ooran'"
location and following Dominion ��irrpj ilM
ehalna, RM chaln��, N lOehaina, w III chain-!
"0 ehions, ��   In eluins to point of beginning,
'.IU a'TCH.
I    He(riiinin��� a' s.w .-orner of abort legation
Based on the decision of  tile' in* following line nf iMu.iiinn   u'u.y s sn
ilmns i su,-nm- v Sll ehalna, �� 80 .���hioiislo
n.iint of heglnnlng, tilt' a,-res.
He\i\ ::, I80G        Bin*_TUN COLUK!, loealer.
.1. ��,. BblTel, Agent
lu.lini.s. thenee inn Hi llleh nils, Ihenee east ,.���t|,,r-, sleiKhs eO .   Send for-nil- Hat of "firm
in,���ham -. thence north Hi .baini to potntof  ��__ mining propertlee, Keuiru on mining pra-
eoninieiieeineiii. n-riies through tba llisui.i.   Cable addrem
BARCLAY BONTHRONE, "Aurura." CodMj Bromball, Mure.ng ft Seal.
1-.C.L. Kliek, Agent j A-,,.-('-."11'     ,.    ,    , ...   ,   ,, ���      n���
, .,,   , _   H iireliume-( anfuril. Nu-ola Valley, B. (.
Lower Nieiila, Aug. IT, ltlOli.
NOTICK.
court there will now follow
lawsuits innumerable although
it is for the Attorney  General j
tn AfriAf   if'i    rlvircrp   will   I.h     Thirty days afterdate I Intend tuain.h to Ihe
IO UeClOe    ll a   < liarge   Will   UC|tn#/,|,iP(c<)mm|wl|ni,erofi��I,daandworli��fora
preferred.      Magistrate    Wi
NOTICK
N'oticaia hereby glren that thirty days after
datel Intend to apply to tbe Cb__ Uoi_ml��.
���loner of Land4and Works for apermtttocat
mil remov. timber from tbe following iU_-1 Bom 8hnemg a ipeoialty
i-iitini Irnel   nflanil:   Heginning at. apoatat
lhe N.K. enrner nf Lot  l-'l, In  tbe  Nieola
Mining Division of Vale, ihence ,i-t 80-h-lni,
thenoe aoolh 80 chains, th-Doe weet 80 chaiu,
thenoe north SOohalnato point of coi e ���
ineiil.
Aug. Ili, llOt, 1(. II. SMITH.
NOTICE.
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWlVIILL-���
Is prepared to take contracts for
Vi      , -py .awing Ism her and getting out
General Blacksmith ��^����'��'����'i<��>ir��n����_���-���������
PRIORI MOIIKItATJO
I'ai'ties wishing  wo'k can have same
promptly attended to hy applying to
.1. A. MKNZIKS,
Lower Nicola
N. ,1. BARWICK, Aio-nt. Nicola
NICOLA LAKE, B.C.
N'oliee is herebj glren thai thirty days after
|  leeiisetoeiitanHretiinvetiinlier from the fnl- _���le 1 li.temi to apply to the Chief Coinmis- '
lowing "'-"tihed . land    B -rmnmir at a poet sj���m,.,,, |jlin(1, ���,���, i<-nrk��� fur ��� v,.ri,li( ,,,,.���,
marked John Win. ��w corner joln-g the ��� and ���.������,.,. ,|raber (um thefollewlug dee.
liams having   found   thit there   wcoi_er-f-e_utlanC-llln��looaiion and fol-  ,,. rtira.toflan.l:   Beginning at a pom.al
*    .             . ,                     .uv.n,;li.i..iitii.'i.siirvej-H*iel,.i,   iiWcbi ns th(.  SK 1,,|r|ll,r ���f  QH |J7l) i��� the Nioola
Was  not   Sufficient evidence   to   .   ,"ll""-'w ���������������� ����� pol��tol___1nnl_g, Mining lHvl__n of Tale, tbenee __t80 chalni,
'.'."''���'''"������     ....                 . ,      , thenoe _onth8ii chain, thenee waet 80 cbtin*,
Beginning al the rw| oorner of above looatlon   tnence nnrth ��i,|,,in- to polnl of oommei	
andIfollowtng Dominion ramjr n N p-tlna. ���  nient. exc-ln g. therefr-m, bowerer, al) thai
hii rhaln.-sij I'lmins, w 10 chaina to point of  ���.,.,���,,,    ,���.,��� , Lul -:j:i i^. wiltli��� HKi(1
'"'"l""1"' l���,niut-oi,.s
. .'|it. 1. II -il. Jotiv Col.l.ivs. Lni-ator.
. IIKIS. OtTTHETT
A. It. C. fa London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
ICamlooiis, B. C.
AHaays and analyses af Ores, Coal and In
dusirial prodnoti,
-aiuiiles by mail or stage reeeive prunipl
attention.
warrant a committal.
BABiNB INDIANS.
Investigation seems to indicate that the alleged revolt ol
the Babine lake Indians, as reported in telegrams received at
Vancouver   by   the   canners'
association, was much exagger-
ted.   However, prompt meas
ures are  being taken by the |
British Columbia government
to cope with any disturbance
that  may be occasioned consequent on the destruction of
the barricades made by the ln-.
dians across the Babine and
other streams leading to  the
spawning grounds.
No militia will be necessary.
J. __8hlT__, Agent.    ; Aug. Ill, HM,
It. B.SMITH.
Fresh Fruit
Arrives every week.    Secure your Fruit now.
Orders promptly filled.
BESTOF EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET
TOltM.O.  ICE ��________.  CM___-_- <0\ I'M TIO_ UK Y.
I.'I-I- l..-l_l-N.
.1  fl  I FflNARn BILLIARDS AND POOL
Ui     Ui     LLUIini-U    Kverything Now and    First Clans
WATCH REPAIRING
All _____ of Watch, Clock
and .lenelry repair* d"tie in
firm cUkk order and Htnlac
tion lunatM-L All worlt
entrualed to our cire will lie
completed and return, il without delay.
W. ,n. ( AMrillll.l, A  CO..
0, I'. It. Time Inspectors. Kamlonps
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Specialty.
Write for Estimate M all Kinds of Work
P. O. Boi 186 KAMLOOl'S. Ill'
UNION MADE CIGARS
MM PIONEER CIGAR FACTORY
148 Cordova St. W.
VANCOUVER B. O.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker, Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kinds of  Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.   Wedding presents a specially.
First elass repairs done on short notice
and returned at once.
Subscribe for The Herald.
i THE   NICOLA   HERALD
THE SKPTEMBBB ROD AND GUN
A  Very   Creditable  __axi-_ne   Which
Should be Read by Ail
Kven to a wider field than .port, men
though in Cannda _____ ItM  '�� very
wide and ever widening   will  the September number of "Rod and Gun and
Motor Sport., in Canada" commend it-
nelf.   The i tiding article il the _____ und
only complete narrative ___-_-_�� the
whole of the visit of Trine- Arthur of
Con-aught  to  Canada,   stress   being
naturally  laid upon his fishing ex peri
enns.   The story is fully ___________���
and is likely to be widely read throughout  the  Knglish  ________   world.   A
specialty writtin and exclusive account
of the first summer camp of the Alpine
Club of Canada in the Selkiiks is also
a marked feature of the iintnber, and as
the Mf____M is the oflicial OfgU of tht
Club, it is what one expect, to see it,
the first and foremost in the'ficld in its
accounts of the camp and the performances of the members. Headers with
oth r tastes, however, arc not forgotten
and fishing, hunting and exploring stor-
ie! are given in such profusion as to
cover the whole of the broad Dominion.
What our neighbors IN doing in game
and game protection is an article that
should be read by every sportsman as
showing how much is being done in the
direction of protection across the border, and how the educational work of
rousing public upiniui on th.'Se matters
is going fori'ward. There is again something for every taste in the Septemle.'r
number of this fine magazine, which in
its general get up and ipfmnnei re
fleets great credit upon its publisher,
W.J. Taylor, of Woodstoek, Ont.
Thanksgiving Day.
! Canada's Thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest will take place on Thursday,
October 18th, the thi.d Thursday of the
month. The railway companies were
making a strong effort to have the day
[ changed to Monday so that it would be
taken advantage of to a greater extent
. for holiday purposes, but this is not the
i object of the day and the n tju st was
��� declined.
oeorge Mcdonald
shoemaker
Boots and Shoes Neatly Repaired. New
i Work to Order.    Trices Reasonable.
POOLEY BUN}..   NICOLA.
THE PLACE TO BUT YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
_U__-_U0OM
Full rit-wk of D'MiitH'ic and Im.'Or.-.-) f'ijfars,
and th-  b____t _____m__igg|o_r__MQ tl ��__���)��� un \, _inl.
(Drop io and enjoy aq.ift khii..; of HiHurdu.    .
AfM__| teftbi P-4M_____F_R__M_ \jmOOm\rf, V_u__ou- ���
vtr.   J .an rid ry h h i p ______ e vtry J>a: unlay.
Notice to Hunters.
Notice is h'Teby given that hunting
or (hooting on the premis �� of the un-
dersigiii'd, without petmi simi, is
strictly prohibited.       J. _t__U_KWBI_
lion is
f/-AMI.Otll'.. II'II.'SK, P. Httot, |.r..|iii....r.
���*���*���   II. <-i HtiM'k "f wini', Mqoora tt'.d riK.ir^ in
���In' Interior.    Jn��t the nuni f ir ,i nil nil.
freshing glass nf  mot.    Wlnm in Kaaloop.
��� -_.il in
pi KAMI PACIFIC MOTH. Kamloops.   Tho
��   nearest tun* to the mil- ty station.   The
Hilly   rilVlli'lll.'lll   lllltel   fnr   Ir.ivrlrm.      Oood
room, K"'_  lll'.li', -O'hI  lii|iloril.     T*n large
ttmtm i".'tni.   I'. A. Ilart.lian, iiromielnr.
dotal siaiiling in r__.n_.__a.
A -HCItuHT ll'HKI.. The most, -HT' iiii-iii
���"��� ho el for visitors in A-h.-rnft. Tin. h. hi nf
|' itili' ti.iiiiil. II,it .1110 coll] ha'hs. Ihir retire
Mutative nieeta.ill train... john-na& I'eikin*.
proprletara,
Bishop Leaves For Rome.
Last Thursday aft "moon Ilislmp Don
tenwill left New Wi slminster for Kurop
via Ottawa and New York. Be is go
ing to attend I general convention of
the 0. M. I. order, which will be held
in Rome, from September Itto October
3. Delegates from ill over the world
where the 0. M. I. lire found, will meet
in the capital of Italy. Bishop Dotititi-
will was npeeiilly Invited, as all the 0.
M. I. bishops will be present at the convention. He expects to be home early
in December.
Was Not Serious.
Provincial ConstaMe Hurrof Ashcroft
left last week for Now Westminster
with William McL:ireti, who was recently sentenced to throe months imprisonment for stabbing Alex Dow, a
section foreman nt A.ihcroft, gnder
whom he was working. McLaren claims
he was teased by Dow till he was mad
desperate. The slabbing was not very
serious.
Lady Campbell Banncrman Dead.
Lady Campbell- Bannerman, wife of
the British premier, Sir Henry Camp-
bell-Baniierman, died last Thursday al
Mnrii'iiliail, Bohemia. She had been an
invalid for years. She was the daughter of the late Gen. Sir Cbu. Bruce, K.
C. B., and was married to Sir Henry in
1860.
A RECORD SPORTSMAN.
Championship Combination Fish anil
Game Narrative.
Rod and Gun and Motor Sports tells
this story which easily takes the rham-
pionship, is I combination of a fish and
game narrative. A man anin'il with a
gun, but having only (Hll bullet for the
same, was out hunting and reached the
edge of a lake where he .iicotiiilered a
bear ami a moose. He wtt only dlicon
certed for a moment, and then with the
quick tuition which comes from life in
the backwoods he aimed at a sharp
point of rock between the animals, split
the bullet in two, killed the bear with
one half and the moon with ihe other.
The recoil of the gun knocked him into
the lake, but when he came to the surface he had a mink in one hand and a
muskrat in the other, while his rubber
boots were full of trout. It need only
be added that the hero of the story is
known to the narrator-at least he says
so. It is well if a man must exaggerate that the exaggeration should be
such that no possible mistake can be
made, and that not even with the veriest greenhorn can it pass muster as the
semblance of truth.
NOTICE.
Any pomm found in pursuit of game
on any part of the Winny Estate,
Nicola, without permission of the undersigned, will be prosecuted.
R. H. Winny.
NOTICE,
Any person found in pursuit of garni
on any part of the  Broadbin'.  Estate,
without permission of tb* under
will hi prosecuted.
Hakoi.d Matthews, Lessee.
NOTICE.
Tn all whom it may concern: On and
if ter Sept. 1, I will take from Clap-
ni'rlon Crook, having th I MCWd record thereon, tat t> n davs, more or
less, what water I require for irrigation. I will release water on Sept. ll,
M. P. Stewart.
NOTICE.
Anypurson found in pursuit of game
on any part of the Clapperton Estate,
Nicola, without permission of the undersigned, will be pros'C.uted.
M. P, Stkwaict, Los"'i\
NOTICK.
N-tleniHherulry given thai aixl,. ila.cn afler
late I  intent  In apply to the chief COOimil
.nmiirnf liinl< in.)   wnrk-  for  ntrttttttan  In
utip'haiin8(1 'I'Ti'snf (in.iii e land situated nn
'ikr'. -ii'in'Hin, Yule lii-rirt. cn nmenclng al
ip<!_ placed mi iho Mather- linr i.f il N.
'erkin,  preemption, iheiire i'l rhaliH  went,
hi'MV JO rn tii._ Niiinli, (.____ I'l rltelel ca-t,
' ____���! IB _______ eorth to point, of eoiunienoe.
'iii'nt.
An���. __,_-_ IIAHVKY ��.. BALL
Mop at Hn-
ROCKFORD HOUSE
RoliT   ICVIT,  Proprietor
When   traveling   ou   the Niciilt road
Convenient place for travelers, -uhgood
.ccoiniiiod .tii.ii.
c mn ii i'
(JpeqUalled .is a
S<J".".cr Resort
Good Fishing anil shooting. Guides and Morses
always ready. Telephone
connection! all dirrctions
First ( lass Accommodation. Terms :
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
oriLCIIKvA, ... c.
-THE-
3ankofriontreaI
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
HONORARY PRESIDENT
Rt. Hon. Lord Strnthcona and Mount Royal, 0. C. M. 0.
PREK1DENT, - Sir Oeo. A. Drummond. K. 0. M. 0.
VICK-PRBSIDENT AND OENERAL MANAGER,    -   E. S 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.
BANKIX.. BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
NTOOLABnANOH
A. VV. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
NOTICE.
Nn lee i. leve'iy _tvi'ti  lim sixty  i_TIIliter
lata] iii'iii'l tumii'v t.i tin' Chief ri.iiniii-
-inner nf Unrts  mill Wnrks fnr have In pur
lul-f 1 In* fn.Invvin_  iniiiinuin  p;i-litri'.   t'o.ii.
".11 ln_ 111 11 mil I'lniii'il iii tim 1 . in', i.f
V K. <������ .111.-1- p.1.1 i.f 1,1,1 UU K ,in',,..|,- liivi-
nii nf VhIh liNtni'i. ihiiii.' ��__i III iliiiin��.
_____ iii.rili ill ihuiii-, IhtaM I'.i-t I" chain .
lid.t-e miuiIi III cliainri In pniiit nf t oiinneiitu
.Hint.
JOHN T IIKI.I.IWKl.U
Per C. U Klick. Aif.nt.
Lower Nicola, Auk, 17. 'MS.
NOTTCK.
Niitloe ih Imreby trlvrn tlml thirly dnvs after
il'ite I intend In ��p|ily tn lhe Hnn, tiie rhlef
.���iiliillli-Hiiiiier nf !___�����__ wnrk' fnr�� litMM
t.i prMpect fnr niial nn the following de_-rib_.
land .  vij:    Norhtwont quarter   _______   tt,
TowMkli-L
Nirola, July it. ___ K. A. JUKKS
B.*(    V'"l     henirl   the     -nllilorful
lie* Aluminum I not nn��
COLUMBIA
CRAPHOPHONE ?
The mur  iierlWt r _l k' > i_  machine
Vet  pr...III.'I'll,
Praia, |__-,  t '0 ami 980
Oi.l Ntyle   talker^   fr  K nr_
Fnr I'ri.e- h I T.'ritiH H rile lo
M. M. WAITT & CO.
Iiii7 (Irimvilleilrii'l
VANCOUVER,      ���     -     -     B. C.
C. M. BRASH
REAL ESTATE
AND
INSURANCE AGENT
lUii.lie. anil Town ftop_rt___ for Sale
Lint your PropmiM with me.
TO  I'ROSPEOTolW  ANI) OTIIKRS
TAKKOUT AN
,  AC01DKNT lN.I'ItANCK  POLICY
It will pay you tn call and
invei.ti|(.te.
.N-QTIC-E.
HKit��i,n nrri-ie
NICOLA, B C.
A littinf nf the Cniimy Court of Vile.
*UI lie lielil in Ihe C'. urt llnime, Nicola,
II   C. <m
Monday, Oct. 29, 1906
it Ida. m.
OM,  Mikihv,
0. (!. R.'Kivtrar.
NOTICK.
KoUOB io h��rt'liy tfiven Thai -rtxtj tlfiys Hftcr
���lam^ of Un dl iHul w.irks fi* pfriiiin inn   i>
purduM* ISO term <f M��t>ur�� ___ad in Uh
Mii'i.aWf.Minnflrf Valfl litotrict. h-inmiH m
foilowr-:  OommenMng__i�� itahs ��t lito 9.E.
cnriier nf Lot TU, tln'iHc wohl )n rb__.U, t-MBCfl
-ou'h'_!*!th*m ., thenM ���_____  I0cht_in��, thcM.
���outh 40 cliaii.-, 1 lit-nrt. ._*__*   18 r.itin-, ihnncc
DonhlO cli._ins.lirn>- ______!M chaltt, ilii'iu't*
nonh 20 t.hai M-. rontftlotag IWMm.
NIpoIk, km -,s. m%t M. K. OOBBfTf,
NOTICK.
Nntlee la hereliy flraa that idxty days after
dnle I nitenii In apply "i lhe chief iniliinm
Rinnerof la'du and -'"rkH fnr leave inpnr-
i'liai.e the (. .lo��_M land, being forty norm of
nmiintain pi-inre land, eonr-__-lni at a pi-t
lilaeed at the _W, enrner nf l_nt 121.���>, thenee
.oiith'.ll'lni"-, Ihenee in- 2lli'lmni. thaaoe
nnrlh'JOihaiii . thenee west 20 Bfe__H to point
of eoiniiieneeinont.
DAVID 1)01)111 Nil.
Lower Nicola, Aug.. , 19__
Sec our new line of Imperial Linen-
ette paper and  envelopes.     Herald
Omca.
PATRONIZE
YOUR LOCAL PAPER
THE NICOLA HERALD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Gives all the news of the Nicola Valley and country
in general.   When you had no local paper you were
all wishing you had one   now that it is here, help it
along and it will help you.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
NEW TYPE ! NEW PRESSES !
Let us have your orders for anything in this line
and we will guarantee you work as good as the
best ana at fair prices.
|P_&^^P
"""-��������� j i . i
M. J. HENRY'S
Nurseries and Seedhouses
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1802   1006
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Rt*. Vi. .1. Sll'1'IIKI.I., B. A , H.D.
Rev. ,1. P, Howki.i., l.uraar.
A I'.'mplete enmmercial and businei>��
loan*. S'urloiitn prepaied to Bain teach-
ers I'irtilicateN of all grades. In univer
ai'y wurk a full course fur the B. A. _������
(ttt .if Toronto I'liiuTsity.
[mtrutiM j(i>eii in Music, Art, Phyi
cal Culture and Elocution.
Send for Calendar.
JX.O.F.
ClOURT MCOLA. Nn. WW, A.O. ��.. meeli.
..iiiiiil mill fniirih Kriil i' in each month
at ft p.m., In Pooley'�� Hall. Visitinn hrethrnn
eiir.l .illy invited.
A, 11. Oakhivito'. P.R.
W. UOHIHI.N iMl'KIUY, Bee.
Urfl Hoc. ..t BOMSGROWR Fruit
.nd llrii'iiiieiital Treea now  matured   for
ihe full tr tilt).
N.i ei|.'n-r. loss or delay uf fumigation or n.-pi'itiiiu
Ileii'i|ii��rlera fof I'arilic Coast urnwn
liinleti, Field and Flower tvodi in
_______
RBI RUPPUH, Spray l'mrm.
Whale Oil S.���_(>, (Ireeiihi'ii-e Plants, Cut
Flovers, Bull's for fall pltnting.
We do liufiness mi  our own grounds
no rent to |.ay and  are pr. j ared tn meet
all ''niii|ietiii"ii.
L"t me price rotfrMt hefnre placing
your order.   Catalogue Free
K J. HKNRY.
:WI0 Wostmiusler Itoaii,      Vanoouvbh, H. 0,
NOTICE.
Sixty days after ilitel intend to apply to thr
chief n_B____-Oner ef tandr. ai.tt -nrk^ for per
nii_iuii mpnr haaeMOacrMui innoutain paat
tmel.ind, ��itiiaii_ about su milea ��e��i nf
Nic laaml aiijHiuiiiK'-1 ��.. ^hivel'M K. Im.-, deer h, d ns follow- t'oimtieoeiiiK at a post
milked IMI.W., S.K. oorner, i.henee north*
. Itftin-, tlieniieeast RehaiM, Ui.'ii'e sniiih to
.-haiii. ihenee west 80 eh.iiii-to yoiiit nf roni
niencemenl,
Aug. __>. 1006. R,H WINNY THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NOTES
BUSINESS  LOCALS
G. B. Armstrong of  Lower
was in town on Sunday.
Nicola,
J. Eastwood came in from Aspen
drove last week and is engaged in the
Metropolitan Meat Market.
Everything you buy from the M.M.M.
is home grown.
If you are looking for a choice selection of Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, etc.,
i have them.   G. B. Armstrong.
Direct from the range to the consumer at the M.M.M.
The Misses (.impl)
cott of Vancouver,
and Miss West-
I handle all kinds of building material,
doors,    windows,     shingles,
IN spending   their  '���ber     doors,    wi.iilnws,
h paint, oil, etc.,   and also   carry   aline
holidays in the Nicola Valley. f^_ ,,,��� Wii|| mKr,   Q, B. Armstrong
Threshing commenced this week on
M. P, Stewart's crop. Messrs. Bailey
and E. Woodward have charge of the
threshing machine this season.
The regular meeting of  Court Nicnla
will bt held next Friday evening.
Vegetables  fresh from  the
the M.M.M.
farm at
KEEP YOUR HORSE
WELL GROOMED
by netting a HANDY si eel wire
borne brush The "Dandy" removes dandruff and louse hair,
leaves the skin in healthy c n
dition and makes the horse feel
good.
Full _____ of
Harness and Saddlery
always nn hand.
Secure your supplies at
Barwick's
NIOOU. ft, 0.
I PEOPLES .
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
_<
Donald Mm'phail and wife of Otter
Valley, passed through Nicola Monday
nn their way to the coast.
Mrs.   James   Chapman    of    Lower
Nicola  has been  quite  ill during  the
past week.
OoafoK  is protlil-ed   by   using   gnnd -
t..liacci .'iinl the   "Mm Id Brand'    pipes
s.,id by.i. a. seott, t���ha...-ist, K.in Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Ofileittl A'ltiiini-trntar
Office. -Cnmniereial lllock. imsI of IVl Olllee.
Kiiinlisips. H. r.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary  Publie
Oitlec:   Kasl nf the ('nniidiin'Hank of Cotn-
Secure your stiitiniiery  at   the   Nicli
llernlil ollice.     Fine line of __.ttrk.__ta,
billheads, enveli.pes, l.tisinesH  ear.Is, ete.
Everything in the printiug line.
Eleven lb
_ BARGAIN.
Itttaod shares in the Boulder
Creek Mining 0 pany (better known as   nien-e. smith side of Virion,, street, Kamlooii
Lady Bourinot and Mrs. J. A. Mac
donell, who were visiting in Nicola, re
turned to Vancouver last Saturday.
the Collsltl .lack)   fnr   sale.    $-<H)   lakes
the lot.        J. (i. Tiivnnk. Otter Valley.
Money to loan ur. real i-t.iie security.
Dr. Matheson  arrived in
Monday   evening  and parties  wishing
work done in the dentistry  line should
not fail to see Dr. Matheson.
Carrin��ton's  Golden  Leaf t��a it the
very finest   flowery  OfMf.  pekoe.    Im
Nicola   on J t'orted and l.iekeii ...penally for us.    Is
absolutely the Hnest tea on  the market.
HO cents a pound.
M BEATTIE
Accountant,Ci'iiiini-s' in, Insurance
and General Agent.
Main Street -      -     Kanilnnp-
Ross Martyn, steward at the Goblin
Sovereign, spent several days in Nicola
this week. ���
Jos. Cleasby returned from Vancouver
last Thursday. Mrs.Cleasby who met
with an accident a short time ago to her
knee remained at the coast.
Sidney Smith of theBank of Montreal
staff returned last Thursday from Vancouver where he had been spending hii
holidays with relations.
I have a nice line of ladies'summer
hats which 1 am offering at half the
regular price.   G. B. Armstrong.
Harrington'.. Silver Leaf tea is the best
..Oct. tea on the market. Ir is a tine
nrvnge pekot, a s'rsight assam tea. No
house complete without it.
MEN WANTED
at the Nieola l'nrtable S'eam Sawmill.
L ikit Niels. Wages 91 per day and
hoard. J. A. Mkn/.iks.
Dr. Vereertbruggen is giving up his
practise in Kamloops and on Monday
next leaves for the Argentine Republic,
where he will in future reside.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Macarton of
Montreal are visiting in the Nicola .alley
and are guests at the Coutlee hotel',
Coutlee.
Constable William L. Fernie, of Kamloops has been appointed e___feo__.t_.b-_
for the Kamloops Police District, from
the first day of September, 11)00.
Three Indians charged with being intoxicated were up before the magistrate Tuesday and donated R20 and
costs to the provincial exchequer.
Joseph Costillion of the Coldwater,
appeared before Geo. Murray, J.P., on
Tuesday, charged with contravention
of the Bush Fires Act. He pleaded
guilty ai._ was fined pi and costs.
Miss Mary Walker Campbell who has
been visiting in Nicola for several
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Freil A.
Howse, left this week for Winnipeg.
Alf. Collett returned to his ranch
near Lower Nicola last week after a
business visit to the coast.
C.rriugtnii's (i"!.leii Li.f tei is tha
very tinest Suwsfy nra_|s pekoe. ___���
pnrteil an.I |in'ki'il especially for us. Is
'haolutel. tb. finest tea mi the inaiket
till rents a pound.
HAMMOCKS
Wh are showing the nicest and
nn -t   up to date  line of Hammocks    that     h.s     ever   been
brought to Kamloops.
Prices Range   from  $100   to   $10.00 i
Baby Hammock a 50c to $2.50
UR Stock is now complete.
Having received the last
week Floar, Groceries,
Canned Goods, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes	
Everything Fresh   and  Up-to-Date.
Our Fall and Winter Samples
for
SUITS
are just in.
Call in and give your order.
Prices Right.
A. R CARRINGTON,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
lust   landed   this  week-a full  and J
Complete   line of  stows,   ranges, etc. i
My prices are the lowest and my stock
most complete.   G. B. Armstrong.
SMITH BROS.
Bookstore
Carrington a Golden Leaf ten i�� the
very Until   ll -very  orange  pekoe.    Im
ported and packed especially for us.   Is
.Isolutely tii" finest ten  on   the  market,
(ill cents a pound.
Kamlonps
Vernon
FOR .ALE    T-o sets of si ml hiuui
single harm ss in firs* class condition, at
reasonable tirice. B.uiwitK'. Harness
and Saddlery,
Carrington's Silver Leaf tea is the  b?sl
Mi.i. tei  ott   the  market.    It  is a  fine
'range pekoe, a starlit assam tea.
No house ooinplele without it.
C. F. Law, who has charge of the
Similkameen Mining and Smelting
Co.'s property on Bear Creek in Otter
Valley, was at Coutlee last week after
a visit to the Savona section. He will
return via Nicola to Bear (reek.
NOTICK.
Rlxty day. after date l Intend tn appli tothe
Hon..he rhlef commissioner of lands and works
fir icntiissiun to lease two acres of Und for
-.Wlivll | u-'inses, lie-, run.! as  follows:    Com
iii-ei'iti- at J O. M.inne- Nn. 1 uost and run-
nini.l.'o fee norih. thenee tin feet east, thenee
I'.'ll-until, th'.n-e -.Mil nest tn initial Jinst. Tlii-
Und isnn iiii-ii'vr\oil pari nf Tulanieen town-
���iteat thu outlet of Otter lake,
J. O. THYNNK,
Otter Taller, Ann.-J.'i, 1W*1
G. HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CABBIA5E ArlD WAlxON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
BLAIR & CO.
-DKALEHS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE ANT) INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents ln Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON in LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO.'S
THE RICHT HOUSE
NICOLA
\k> <**.____-3a__
YAI.K ELECTORAL in  II.let.
���MOTIi-K is heit.'iy uiven that, on Monday,
-1-' the Uth day of November, A. II.. 190., al
the! our nf in ..in., in to ifnun House al Ash
croft, II. ('.. I shall hnhl arnurl of r..Iiloo for
the purpose of heariiix and determining an;
objection to tbe rcteatlon of an] oameaontbe
Ki'iristcr of Voters fur the Yule' Kleetoial Dis
Irnl,
ll. c. RATBCW,
Dm.) Registrar of Voters.
Ashcroft. M. C. 16th August, law;.
RANCH FOR SALE
200-acre ranch,
under cultivation
ticulars apply to
CoLLETT,  Lower Nicola.
too acres
Eor par-
Chas   I).
All  orders   (or  rough
lumber can  be promptly
and   dressed
filled   liy the
White and Colored, Starched
and Soft Fronts,   sizes 14 1-2
to 17. for
J. Morrill, who for some tim was
engaged at the Golden Sovereign mine,
Atpen Grove, is now under the care ol'
Dr. Tutill. Morrill injured his kg and
not taking proper care of it, indica-1
tions of blood poisoning appeared,
which necessitated him going under the
doctor's care.
Nicola Portable Sawmill, Lower Nic
J. H. Allingham and J. L. Menzies,
painters, paperhangers and decorators,
were in Nicola this week and took in
the Labor Day sports at Quilchena.
They have the contract for painting the
stations and section houses along the
railway. Besides this work they have
recently finished up James Chapman's
residence, "Mona," and G. B. Armstrong's general store at Lower Nicola.
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos, Richards,     -      proprietor
You doubtless wear a "boiled' shirt once in a
while.   Now's your chance to stock up.
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Stabling in Connection. Telephone Connection
H.L.
THK RIGHT HOUSE
NICOLA

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