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THE NICOLA HERAL
Vol I.  No. 31.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1905.
$2 a Year.
I
BANK OF MONTREAL
CAM-DAS LAROBST FINANCIAL IN
BTITOTIOW.
Prosperity  th*   Keynote  of   til*   Ad-
draaw* at th* General Maetlng
Bald at Montreal on December 4th.
The R8th annual meeting of tht Hank
of Montreal took place ou December 4,
when ihe retirement of Lord 8tr*thcoo*
from ihe presidency was announced. In
his remarks upon the subject. Sir Gaorgt
Drummond th* vice-president, who acted
tt churmtn, stated that for eighteen y*trt
Hit Lordship htd occupied the pott of
president, tnd that they greatly regretted
his desire to retire. In order thtt he bt
not lost entirely to the botrd, the byltwt
of tht btnk were amended at tu htve ten
directors in the pltce of nine; it being
understood tbtt Lord Strtthcont would
become honorary president.
In hu remarks concerning Lord Strtth
coin. Senator Drummond anted thtt hit
L ordthip for i year past had been deair-
- out of retiring from tbe presidency of
the btnk.
The Seuttor in tn tpprecittion of Lord
Straihcieiia's long md valuable aervioai,
said that he felt that there should be some
geueral recognition from lhe stockholders
ta well at from the botrd of directors.
Mr, E. B, Qreenahielde, in refering to
His Lordship, said thtt not only wert hit
greet services to th* Btnk of Moutretl
something to look back (upon, but Cm
tdt tt largo bad every retton to fell
grateful to kirn. Ht wat proud to btvt
Lord Strathcont president of tht btnk,
tnd detply regretted the determination to
retire. It wa* felt however, thtt in tht
acceptance of the office of honorary preii
d*nt th* close intimacy between the btnk
tnd Hit Lordship would be rettined tt
least in pari.
MR CLOUSTON'S REMARKS.
Mr. E. S. Cloiaton said:
"I purpose ciinhiniig my few remarks
to tbe balance shoot tubmitted to you tnd
to ont or two other matteramore closely
connected with banking, letvmg the geu
eial condition! of the country to be deelt
with by the vice president.
"The principle features in the stall
Bent trt the increase since Ittt yetr tf
$2,000,000 in our circulttion, in indication of the universal activity of butin***
tud of 17,750,000 in deposits not beiring
interest, but of tbi* Ittttr a contideribli
portion wtt t temporary deposit insde tt
tht end of our fiscal year, tnd since with
drtWD. Cur deposits betring interest
thow t MtitftotoryincretMof $16,000,000.
Our immediately available assets Hand tt
|o8,000,U00, t greater amount than ����� *
rule, wt consider necesssry, but in view
of th* rtthtr uncertain future of oonti
nental finance, owing to tb* slate of
tffairr in Russia and the somewhat boom
condition in this continent, it it wtll to bt
ttrong, tnd in tny cue wt trt in t posi-
tion to tike tdrtnlige of tny desirable
business offtring. Our loins tnd dis
counts btvt iucretied 17,000,000, tc
counted for partly by th* increased de
mands of tb*commercial oomuiunity and
partly by theibeorption of tbe People'e
Btnk of Htliur,.
RATE OF CALL MONEY.
The low rate ruling for call money in
England ind th* U.S. during our fiscal
yeir, affected onr profit* tdvenely is wc
art obliged to carry t large portion of oar
reserve* in thot* marktt*. bnt of late
there htt b**n a d*cid*d Improvement
which mty bt maintained during tb*
winttv.
Owing to tb* magnifiotoi crop* tnd
th*gen*ral utivity Tn butin*** tn un-
KATCHBWAN
Premier Scott and Minister* All Elected   Liberals Hav* Two of a
Majority   With   Several
Place* to Hear Prom.
The result of the Saskatchewan elections held yesterday
Wednesday, 13th, elects Prem
ier Scott and everone of his
ministers. With the returns
to hand the l iberals have a
majority of two with seveial
places to hear from which will
likely increase the majority.
Ex-Premier Haultain was
elected.
The elections were keenly
contested and both sides were
up and doing from the com
mencement )f the campaign.
usual strain wtt plac*d outh*circulation, 11 TDPDAT C [MPfiWFR
but tt the high.it point .lt..n.dby.lltr,.  LlDLHrtLD I IX TU ���� L H
banks, tbout 170.000 000, there wu still
a in<rum nf 14,600,000, tnd with tht td
dition of nee  banking capital tnd thi IN  THB   NEvV   DISTRICT  OP SAS
iocrvaie of branches, it  leem* *��� tf for
MM lime to cone tbe circulttion pro
vided will bt sufficient for tht needt of
���he country.   The idvtntige of th* Can-
aiiau   ayt'em   ht* bten imply demonstrated   during   the   late   pressure  for
iimney    Nolwilhttandiiigth* heavy de
mands to move the Ingest crop in our
history thtintereet rate to our p*opl* htt
'emuned   normal.     Wt   have   only  to
gauce it tht condition of affairs term*
���lie line to see what fluctuations  in  ratea
i<or money th* public are subjected  to
under the system there in vogue.
BANK OF YARMOUTH.
In March last, tbe bank  of Yarmouth
failed under ���ircuuisimcea retlectmg much
discredit upon tboet responsible for iu
condition, tnd for th* first time sine* the
incorporation of tb* Camditu Bsuker't
Association the body htd to uiercite the
power conferred upon it by Parliament in
1900,  of   assuming   supervision   of   tbt
��� Hairs of t suspended bank.
The curator chosen by the Canadian
Banker's Association wat subsequently
appointed by tbe court tt tole liquidator.
The resulti have been highly utitltctory,
particularly in tht light of what folluwetl
the former tailuree of Canadian banks.
The witding up of tbe defunct bank wat
conducted with remarkable eipcditiuu
tnd tciiiiomy, and the righti tnd interests
of lhe creditors so well protected that tbe
liquidator htt been tblt in nint mouths
to pay til of tbeir claims with interest
idded thtrtto. Tbtt no lots to the depositor! tud other creditore of tht Bank
of Yarmouth htt resulted from failure
must be admitted, is Isrgely to tbe prompt
and creditable recognition by itt under
innate shareholders of their liability foi
iht utter insufficiency of tstttt to pay the
debtt of the btnk in question.
JAPANESE LOAN.
An interesting event in bntnoitl circlet
�� as th* offering here of t portion of the
Japanese loin, tht firtt time in the history
uf C��nada of tny foreign loan being iuued
toctlly, tnd considering tbe ihort tint tt
our disposal the success wtt surprising.
In conclusion, I may aay thtt th* one
*ierd written Itrge in tht records of Can
tdt this yetr it "1'rosperity," Railways,
manufacturing industries, mtrohtnts,
farmers, til ire prosperous. Immigration growt ttetdily, labor htt full em-
ployinent, tnd it well remunerated Pro
hably never before htvt w* htd t twtlve
in nth of such univtrttl pro*], erity, tnd
it it during t yetr lik. thia everyone
should tet his hour* in order. Collections
should be presaed tnd mtnufteturers
should husband tbeir reaourcM tnd
streigthen themselves in every wty. For
thty trt to t grttt extent prosperous by
ihe grace ol their neighbors, tnd whtn
adversity comes to other countries the
American btigtin counter will b* open* >
in Canada ind our manufacturers tnd
their employes will surely suffer.
VICE-PRESIDENT'S REMARKS.
Sir (Jt'ergt Drummond, the nee presi
dent then said:
Tht position of th* Bank it fully �����
pltined in theststements laid before yon
and the remtrks of tht general manager
Following, however th* practic* of many
yetrs ttinding, I venture to mike a few
obttrvttion*.
Tb* remark htt been nitdt before ind
it now repotted thtt tht profit! of btnk
ing tnd consequently the cost to tbe pub
lio of tb* dm of money 1* iletdily on tha
dtcre***.
Thi* ii due msinly I think to th* accumulation of wetlth in th* country, the
consequent incretat of th* number of
Binking Compinit* and of their capital,
and tb* resulting keenest of competition.
The following rule* will govern lb*
���hoot-
No p**p tights allowed.
Only one (hot in etch competition.
No rests allowed.
A rifle will he supplied hy theittoeiation
to any one not having one of their own,
Decisions of the committee to be final.
Shixoting will commence tt 101. m.
Those wishing to thoot in tht different
competitions can pay the fee and htve
their nsmes entered tnytimt before th*
shoot.
Lists tr. open i> Nicolt tod Contlee.
Ao-ociitmn colore oan now be obttined
from the secretary.
ST. JOHN'S BAZAAR
ON TUB-DAT AFTERNOON   WAS A
SUOOISS.
LOCAL   NOTES.
J. Shivel of Lower Nioolt wu ln town
today.
John P. McConnell is in Nicolt from
Aspen Grove today.
Miss Joaie McKirrick is visiting with
friendi tt Lower Nicolt,
O. P. R  MAKES A NEW RECORD.
Tb* Earnings For Third Week Were
Extreemly Heavy.
For an ordinary week of levei. dtyt th.
Canadian Pacific earnings for the thirl
��� eek in November were the greatest on
record, amounting to fl.334,000. Th.
November thowingi were tway beyond al|
eipectttiont, tnd the chtnees trt thtt the
Canadian Pacific will again lead ever}
rued in America fnr that month.
Alf. Collett of Lower Nicoit spent t
few dayt in Nicolt thit week.
Mrs, A, J. Coutlee tnd Mist Coutlee
were visitors from The Forkeon Tuetdty.
LPriotofG. B. Armstrong's general
���tore. Lower Nicolt wtt in town on business Wednesday.
Mrs. Matthews of Quilchena it itiyinr
wjth her mother Mrs. Wm. Riley during
the latter'* illness.
Thesnnual Xmas tree nf th* Lower
Nic��l* Sunday School will be held in the
Methodist Church Friday evening 22nd.
Continued on 3rd page.
NIOOLA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
Turkey Shoot at Coutlee on Saturday
Afternoon
The firtt hockey mttch of the season
was played on the rink of the N. A. A.
n Saturday Int. The game tt announced, Married vs. Single, did not materialize on account of the scircity of married
nun. However, two strong sides were
chosen tud the play waxed fast tnd fur
mm throughout tht game, tha playerr
ihowing t grett deal of staying power for
the first attempt. The game starteo
shortly after 3 o'clock md for tht entire
forty minutes the tttention of tht num.
trout spectators wtt held by th* battle
for aupi-emtcy between the opposing
forces. The teams were captained hy
Rev. George Mason tnd CD. Broadhent
The gtme resulted in i score of 2���0 in
ftvor of Mr. Broad bint's "Never Sweats'
Tsking into consideration that the
gtme was tht first of tht season it should
not be herd, after tht playing qualities
ahown hy (host ttking part, for the Cap
ttin to chose a tetm thtt will be tble to
meet anything in tht Interior.
It wu noted in one of the Ittt Kim-
papers thtt ��� hockey club hid been organized at that place and thtt tht tecre
ttry had been requetted to notify Nicolt
tnd Ashcroft. It behooves the local
stick handlers to be "up tnd doing" u
thert it every prospect of tomt good tport
thit winter.
Th* Turkey shoot to be held tt Coutlet
on Saturday 16th, promisei to bt tht
tvtnt of the season. A dozen turkeyt
htve been tecured tnd the competitions
will be thot off without tny deity.
The coot**- will be tt 100, tnd 75
yard*.
A. H. Hart of Portland, Ore., tnd G.
W. Aldout of Princeton were passengers
on the Princeton ttsge Mondty evening
���ii tbeir Way to tht coast.
Under tht Auspices of the Ladle* Guild
ot St.  John'* Church-All   th*
Articles Put on Sal* Were
Sold Rapidly.
Th* bazaar annually held by the ladle*
and friendi of St. John's Church of England wu held in Pooleys hall on Tuetdty
afternoon.
Eltborttt preparations were midt for
'heevent tnd the hall wu filled when tha
hour of opening wu announced. Th*
hall wu handsomely decorated ind divided into t number of booths, were article���
boih ornametial and uaeful were to b*
���ouiid. On the left nf the entrance to tht
hall wat the booth far the tale of all kindt
>f dolls, in charge ��f Meedamet F A.
Hnwtt, Matthews, Broadhent and Tutill,
The stock of goods at thu booth wtrt
rapidly diBposed of tnd tome time before
���he clou ill hid heen sold.
Continuing iround the bill wu found
'he tet Corner, was under the Capablt
management of Mesdames Kirby, Strickland tnd T. Carrington, and wta well patronized during the sale, t continuous rush
going on all thetimeins>-rving the patron*
'o the delicacies prepared.
The booth for the aale of fancy tnd
other articles look up practically one end
>f the hall tnd from tht good returns
���nade from this part of the hsiaar it it
quite evident that Metdame* Poo|ey,
vlickle, Murt and Miss Carrington were
kept busy. Every article on tilt wu
disputed of,
Tht large number of people present
represented ill parts of Nicola Valley tnd
tiesidii ttking ptrt in the bazaar had t
(ijenant vitit with their friendi who tbty
lo not ste every dty.
The articles on sale were all preptred
m the Nicola Valley tnd showed the skill
and htndi work of tbe residents.
Thn proceeds amounted to f 126.
Mrs. Kirby and Mrs. Micklt wert in
town from Quilchena assisting tt tbt
bazaar in connection with St, John's
Church of England Ladies' Guild.
The tnnutl Sunday School Christmas
tree will he held in Pooley's htll on Fridty evtning, 22nd, when presents will he
distributed tn the children if Nicola.
The school children will also render a
short program.
Geo. A. Begy of St. Catherines, Ont.,
���nd E Larkinarrivedat Coutlee yesterday
'o look over their coal interests on 'he
Coldwater. Mr. Begy with others were
interested in the charter cf the Nioolt,
Kamloops and Similkanpan Railway
having disponed nf same to tht 0 P. R
It is reported thtt they will eom
menoe boring operations on the ootl ltnd.
Tht nd newt wis received in Nicolt
thit wetk of thedetthof Mrs. Thomu
Cltrk, who died at her home in Elmwood,
Grey County, Ontirio, on Tuesdsy. The
dectastd wu tbout 72 yetrt of sge ind
besides letving t husband tnd several
children in the ettt, three tons, John,
Kobtrt tnd Walter, reside in Nicolt, tre
left to mourn her Iota. Th* Cltrk
brother! hive tht tinoere sympathy of a
large number of friendi in their bereavement.
You need visiting cardt. Oat your
tupply tt tha Nioolt Herald office.
COAST KOOTENAY RAILWAY.
To Connect With the Nicola, Kamloops
and Similkameen Railway.
AnOttiwt despatch of tbe Hih uyt:
N orman Maclean, with his legal reprt-
sentttive, A. F. Fruer, appeared before
minister of railways Emmerson tbii forenoon and uked for approval of t mip
routt for tht Cotst Kootenty rtilwty. At
the map purpotei t railway which practically parallels the Victorit, Vancouver A
Eastern, that company represented by
H. B. McGivern opposed tbe application
Hon.   H.  R.  Kinnierton,   minister of
railways, during the discussion laid down
the principle ihal those applying   for ap
prove! of routi mips must htvt mule pre
limintry surveys tnd furnish neceutry
iiifiirmttioii il. regards to terminals ind
any towns placed  within  reasonable dis
ttnee of tb* proposed line.   As sufficient
informttion wu not forthcoming, further
hearing of tht cue wu poilpontd.
Th* id** seams to be on the ptrt of tht
Coast Kootenay to build from Coutltet to
t point near Nicolt, when it would connect with the Nicolt, Ktmloopt A Simllk
ametn rtilwty.
H. D. Green-Armyttge of Blair A Co'i
general store Coutlee wta in Nicolt on
Tuudty.
Good tktting can ba bid on the N. A.
A. rink on tbe Nioolt river. Tha io.
hu been cleared of mow tnd flooded tnd
is in first class condition. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance. $2 a Tear
��<"�� <"��-*"��� <VC�� -a-l aJM
Nicoi.i. H.C. IlBOitMBm it, 1W5.
At a mating of the cabinet
an Order in Council was passed
recinding the order passed
during the last session of Parliament for a close season for
salmon fishing in 1906. This
is because the Americans did
not join as they agreed. The
Americans are confident that
the year 1908 can be arranged
as close season. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier is acting as Minister
of Marine and submitted the
order to the Cabinet meeting
It is reported that the applications for a renewal of the
liquor licences for the two
hotels at Spences Bridge will
not be renewed by the commis
sioners at the meeting of the
board tomorrow at Ashcroft.
During the past season Spences
Hridge has been a more or less
desreputable place. Kobberies,
shooting and murder being
common occurences The pro
prietors of the hotels have not
given the public the attention
that should be given from a
public house, but have made it
as disagreeable as possible for
travelers, and have encouraged
the debauches every epportu-
nity. Indiana have this year
received whisky with impunity,
and it is well known that it came
from Spences Hridge. The
license commissioners would do
well, if they do not renew the
licences, (0 give the lisence
holders a fatherly talk.
Christmas
Shopping
By Mail
Write or telephnn*, a description of what you would like to
give, and the price you are wil-
hug to pay, and we will send
you the ilesireel article hy return mail, or express.     The
,      following list comprises t few,
C      of eour niatir ilesirable
[ Xmas Gifts
L      Dressing  Cet��"i, for I,allies or
A      Gentlemen  in manv styles.
A Manicure' Se"s,   of   I11 it heIT, lit
V ted with Ivory,  lb***, Bone
(,      or Silver
A      Wttttmtm'l "Ip-it' Fe iintam
A      Pens, Plain or  with Gold  or
V Silver Mounts.
ti      Xtus P"e-fi|ine��s f'om all the
lending French, English and
Atneric-in makers Rich hot'le
in an attractive case.
Collar ami cuff bnt**, ,|e��el
boxes, Purvei. Hanoi Bhu>
Shopping Bags, Brushes, all
bind". Mirreera, Fmov Perfume Arono'zers, Bibles. Prav
er Boeelis.  Hvillll B'loks, Po oks
feir   Children.   111H Books for
flrnwi I'ps.   X'im CardH and      J
Calendars
-TTIlT -
tMALLERY��GO
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X      KAMLOOP3,    :      :   E. C.       J,
tl>l>C-*ltl-Il''t' <a><l>_y��- ���
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is hereby uiven that hunting or
shooting on the property of ihe Douglas
Lake Cattle Company is forbidil. u. Any
lierson or persons hunting or shooting
011 the above property will be proseouted
under the sections of the Game Act.
J. R. Okeaves.
ESTABLISHED 1882
PRINCETON
NICOLA
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
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KAMI/MIPS.  _-H--rT,   YAl.K AND
BIMII.KAMKKN MIMXd DIVISIONS OF YA1.K DI.-iTHK T.
NOTICK Is hereli) given that sll placer min
ii.K ilniiii- l**aj|j hold in the Kami s,
Ashrroft. YhIc ami HMlktroeen Mln'nu Div
,-ions  will   tit- laxl over from  I hi' l-l Hav of
November eii-niti* to the I-' elm es] \t���j. \m;,
��l, ('. TI'NSTALL,
Ooiri P*nni__Mii-r.
Kamloops. I ictober lllth. Illlij.
THE STORE OF QUALITY
THE STORE OF PLENTY
The Largest and Most Complete General Stock in Nicola
For the Holiday trade we have everything you could
wish for
BANANAS NAVAL ORANGES
JAPANESE ORANGES - -
CRANBERRIES - without which
no Christmas dinner is complete
CHURCH SERVICE
Presbyterian Church, Nicola lake: Ser
vices every Sabbath aL 11 a. ni. and 7:3u p.m.;
Bible class and Sabbath School 2:.in p.m.
BtV, Okokhk. Mason,
Prsabv���viaa Pastor.
Rkv. .Iiiiin I'vk,
MethrxliM. Pastor.
Methodist Church. Lower Nicola; Divine
service every Lord's Day at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school at 2 p. ni.
JllllV  I'VK,
Methodist Minister.
Oeoiiiik Mason,
Presbyterian Minister.
KAMLllui 8.  NICOU AND   I'WNCKTON
mimmuT diitkiots.
NOTIi 'K is herehy g IN that I'oiirtof _���*_
on and Ap eal ni.inr Ihe "Assessment Act
1W8", fol the Kamloops, Mcola und ftltottu*
Assessment Hi~tiiris, will be held a'-
Tfcl 'ourt Hoax, Kiiiiiloops, Monday, Dec.���
Utk, lim.i, nt II a iii.
The Conn Hou-c, Nicola, Wednesday, Dec.
'27lh _U at II a. in.
The Court House, Princeton, Saturday, Dec.,
Nth at II a. in.
Haled ,u Kamloops, Nov: -th, A. D. 1905.
A-EO, D. MAI 1NTYHK,
Jud_e of said Court.
To test how many read our advertisement we will sell
for tht: next ten days our
Orange and Lemon Peel at 20 c. a lb.
The finest Almonds, Walnuts, Raisins, Currents to be
had fresh from the countries of production.
PURE HONEY from the Clover fields of Chilli-
wack and Ontario,
Maple Syrup "The Real Thing," at
m
NOTICK.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Estate .of
ANTOINE GODEY,
AlIU
i
UU..JJ
NICOLA
PKIXOKTON
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres, situated near Doug
las Lake, with all necessary implements ami also stock. For
particulars apply to
VV. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 0.
Bprinfhtni Ranch, J alt 14 h, 1H05.
METROPOLITAN
MEAT HARKET
TKNDKHS will he received  hy Ihe under-1 NITO!   A   I  AKF    R    C
siKncd lor lhe pure -base of the Cattle, Hon**1 111-UL.rA   L,/\I\C,  D. V.
^.:::x:tZX^A^:^: Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
Particulars thereof  may b* obtained from <>1��*1     f���_na_<*_k
Peter Marquart, Nicola. H. C. Mill     EM UBttg-
ALKi; I). MAOlSTMtK,        i Orders throughout the Distnt  r���Min caieful .irt.'iitieui and prompt It delivered
Oftiiral Administrator, I'oini v ��f Yule, ������,        ,     ���v   in                n   ��� i
Kami,K,ps,H.(t. Frwh Fish Every Friday.
___ . 1 It tils   POOI.KY ���     -     ���     .     .     .      Proprietor
Some people blame the poor
unfortunate individual who happens to fall by the wayside.
They say he should be jailed,
lynched, interdicted,or severely
punished No re.uler he should
not
Horace   . Evans
GEOLOGIST
Ashcroft    -   -   B. C
Mine examinations and   reports,    Geo
loglttl   conditions   of   Thompson   River
He   should    be    pitied. Ic"un,ry * ���***_-��?���    Disinterested and
���sssjaai <l pendahli  reports furnished.
ror who knows  but what the |	
unfortunate man may be buck-, ^Ul'ICE
ing against a hidden undertow?   f.n,,,nicm,n,ft., _, ���mrk���d ,, ��� Trm���
i\ _L*    If ��� _L   i I hull, N   K. OOfMf.   lifiiiK nn ihe 9ttm\ line nf
Do you think for a minute that i',,iii,.��,'r,ci,,,,'^oi,.iVhe,,n,,,.,ii'Kw,'.i,,,
... . . . th* N K corner'I cii.el hie-lile.ii] \n   loll.,  tlie-iie
a man Will   get drunk   and   re-   "path MO chains thenee -tat to lad Hc-enc.
�� llli'lir.1 Norlll Slrll .ins lllilll'l'   iVasI   I"  ������! nin-,
in -tin thai Waw   linlill   he   is   in  '-*�������� North Hi chains, Uwno* Kast W ohains,
III UU   Writ   W-l)      Ullllll     IIC     1^     III    ,h  n,.eNnr hiaielwin,    eolnl e.f n.lilli,  l|.|-
��� U��� U���.�� .��,.    ,.~A   ..... r.   f.ll   ,���     "wnt, being a'l the land bat wee* ooal claim..
the horrors, and  even  tail  St) n*i. ma, 1*47, m tnA the Indian re**rra
��� '     j . . , ,   ,    Consisting of tboui 6I11 acres,
low down that a dog   Wouldnt �� ��. tiuvhiim., Locator,
0 , 't. ��. Ariiusl, AkwiI.
bark at him, just for the fun of p5"** "���',',��ii:i �����
it?   No, he doesn't know what ���Tn_r .
,.       .  .     -  . NICOLA
causes htm to do it.    It is sun
ply a  hidden   undertow  that PORTABLE   STEAM
drags him down    Just like the 0 AUfU11 I ^	
hen that is placed on a letting       , ,.,    ,, , .   , ������ ,.,
I r> Is propari'il to take ConTacts for
of china eggs. She may sit
until doomsday, but will never
get a chick, She doesn't know
why it is. The unfortunate
hen is up against the hidden
undertow. Man is the same
way. The waters may look
ever so placid at times but, the
treacherous hidden undertow
will drag you down.���Golden
Star.
Z-TOTICE.
NOTICK WHIRKBY QITEN thai annppli
ml ion wi'H"iiiaditniho Ltft-UtiT- -utMHiblj
of tne I'rovinot' nf Hriiish ('nliiiiihiu at t(l next
. rffsHion fur hii let to incorporate a rompuny
with power to .iCqiiirc, part-btM, 0-MtrBOt iiml
operate the andeitttkfatfl ��f tho Vannnm-r
1 a .d ('onht Rio iMiiiy HailwK> (oriiiaiy; the
,^]herni nn-1 OowtotU-l Rnjlway Co pany; the
KamlnopH and \iltti Itiilway < omp^n); the
Mtdvvuy anil Vein 'ti uulway (Jompaiij.atid in
acquire .ill lhe HkIiIn pfiweri and pnv tWP
of the siid eninpitiiie-; fttid with power to
8X��fOt*f all the nuwi'iseontainfd in the act-of
lnO0rponi 111 of the said eo npanio-i; with
power to aequire, iQiehMt, constrnet and
operate the uod.rt-kin^n of any other  liiil
way Conipatiy or ^otnpanie-;
and with power to Hiihurnlie for and
BSnteM 1 he _t-L-*k_i h.md-, deheni ure-i or other
Henirnii'H < f aiiMitlier KaiUay I'niniirtiiy; ami
hi RCfeLftBf- \ht ^lo(k or oih-r hondtt, de-
tientnres or a if Otto rse nritie-* nf lhe cntnpatiy
in in- iie 'irptn'itod, for the r*haren, do-
'nii'iir-rt, lviii'1* or other s.-i-uniie of any other
Itailway Oo ni-Mj; and wjLh po ��tf \\ ine-ea^'
1 lie eapilal -if ihe ''oniim*ij lo lie iiieoiptrnied
and Willi power in l-xiie lb_rf��l KesfuMy paid Up
iinl 10 b ''Mi* inline) no ihi' rotnpiiiMthi MHkl
hj any form or -mini); and with pMMf lo
oroni'ife Hiii Railway ('notpany or i'nnip.uiir-i,
��� nr to ainHirf.imaie witli any 0OH any nr c nn
paine-;and wiih all lhe oilier and nn-MMiy
powi r^eondncive lo ti.eearr)ingoui of the Coin-
panj VuiidiT akinus
iMed al   VnMru, H. i'., I hi- -.nd day Of
S'oveinPer, l'M>.
RUBKKT-rON & KOBBHT'WM,
dolicltOl- for ihe Apidieanls,
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Hurseshoing done in
first class shape.    Leave  your work here and it will  receive
prompt attention.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Notice.
Not ire iK hereby K'V'ii (hat fiOda.iH aftpr dute
I intend io��p ���'��� in th    Hon   the   ��� hief To ���-
1 ini-Mioner of Land- wi Work* for p_rnr*_rioii
to piirehiN. n.t fulln ��toff de-ii'ihi'd I iitd -iluai
H nne "it.e and nne half N of th. Lower NP- Aa
1 .pnit offlre.
emii-i OBfini ai ftpoil marked P.F, thenee w
forty eha'ns th e Honrfa fo ty 'hains. ih*��nrp
1 Raok f'*rty chain*, tbenoo North io point of
��� oimm'n* enient   and   poriia nh k forly   iiere-
i ti 'TH Of \***i
Dftt-dal liower Nic.ila tUi -Is' day of September, l9U."t,
('. KM' K.
NOTICK.
Nrtj day* utter date 1 Intend to *tnpk In trip
chief eoinini"iniM r rif kadi and *ork- roi P��'i-
iiii-mon to inire 1'a*'lipiacrpti mooniolD pi mip-
huid, de-< hh*d a-1" How-: pontnttDCltaga< i��o-i
"'     I, M  K, T.nittf'tH K. emner, tin tr-��� NO
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
lleerso SbiitUlg a specialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B.C.
Notice.
ii.iin
I lee li.
tll<
K Wi
��� u Hi
-half
li'iins in n'n s ih h.iii..
Thu l-lll I   i l'e el   in
,.".-   r,   eve   e III.1I1-,      in,,   ihii I    is   nieeiltii'U    000
ni'i-r Vulli-i sniiaeljoins K. Kndd'i i n iill's),
���^���^���^," "   K THYNNfc.
mill "i i. iku"
M
sawinK I���*��� ��� > ���������-!-  and  getting nut
timher.
i.ciirriil Mill Coiilrncta l\t< uli-il
PIIICK8 MOD-HAT-
l'arties wishing   wnrk can  nave sami-
promptly attennVd In hy tppr*in| to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Nnnla, B. C.
Leave your orders with N. I, Bir��ick,
for lumber who is agent fnr the Nicula
Portable Steam Saw Mill he can Mpyuu
plan "iii an nthf.
NOTICE.
A   O    F
rniHT Mini,A, Mi. SKll. A.II. F. mi-sls
sri'einei iiml fininli I'liei.n In null nmnlH
nl a p.m., in I'emli'j's Hull. T���lllag 'nillirrn
I'onliull) im luil.
Hir, A. Kiuhimi. I', B.
A. II. I'AIIIUMITIIV ft
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1802   180S
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
Rev. W. ,1  Siii-kki.l, B. A . B.D.
Rev. ,1. P Powell, __T.ii
Notice is hereby (It** 'ha' within sixlr rlays
trotli date I ii,''nr. inaklnic applie uiiuu to Ilia
Heen   ( Ullllll ssilllllT   lef   IjWlle   1111(1   U 01 klI  fol'
|ieriiii-..iiin opurobaseSllaer���isi paeUun- Und
en Hie KamloeiDs inslon of Yale Di-eiriel,
.iiinti' e: as feel .wa:' iiiiiii.i iirii �� iii a .take at
ih'-- U i unitrefthn land; iiinninK llirme
Ksst Kin limn., ihciec.i Nnrlli 4n I'lmins. Hi..
���ilt'.e (Hi chains, tliciiii- Suu hlO iliaiiiH, tu tits
|ie|l||   Of I '.'1111111 III I'llll'llt.
Oeo. Hunt.
-member, L'2, '90.V
Notice.
, Neoiice is hereliy ifi' tl thti within slxly (Uy��
t'no.ii <l','t'I init'iitl making iipiiliiMtinn to ins
Heen (\i.tiniis-Inner nflioiiils and wnrks fur per
inls.i in no pure**** iii' ter** of nssi nre ��� mi in
11In KimliMi sllui.iiiiiol Vale liisiiiil. silnuled
as fnliti" ���: ''oiiiiiiiiMitiiiKHi a s'.ik.* in llie* N.V\'.
coin eriif ln'li no l.eesrv* nn Quil*b*a* Ur***,
iiiiii.l"!.'I lie ii e -le'ith Ml rhniii-. iliiiee W*st
Slle hams, |h"ii ���, t\, I'lhSlI rhalns, Ihi'ln'e Silsl
HIriniili-. on lhe point of 00lllllielicnmelil.
T. H. I0NK8.
Se.i.nili r.SOtb, I'ai.
For up to dite jeili priutinif send you
orders to the Nicola Herald office.
NOTII'E Is BEKKBY (JIVKN lhat an ap
'icalion *ill be made In the L^gfanatlT* As
semhly n( l.hn Hrnv ine'e nf Hriiish ��� 'eelnenlilii ai
Hs next, Susilnii for nn Aci.extimdin| ihe Hone
���viihin wliirh ih| VaiiemiviT ami I'nii-i Koote
niy mil**y miiinaiiy hiv lomiuiii'.eie its line
nf Kailwiy. and empiweiit_tl���1_��� H.oilwa\
��� :i)iniittii.\ to iiuild froon snino poini on it. line nf
railway to Kamloops in the Province if Hrili h
Culumhla.
Dated at Victoria, B. C, this 22nd day of
November, 1905.
KOBKRTSON & KORKKTnON,
Solicitors for the applicant���
A complete r m tn.-r��� i s! and business
course. Students predated to gain tenc'i
erR ceitificates of all aride��. In uuiier
siiy work a fullcoiirsn for the B. A. de
ureo nf Toronto University.
Instruction given m  Music, Art, Phyi
csl Culture and B'i��r_MI,
Send for Calendar.
Subscribe for the Herald, |2 per year.
Notice.
Nolice is li"ie;.i |lv*0 that within 60 days
frmndeite I iiiUnd making application to the
linn, riiininis inner nf l.nitda snil Works for
pereis-ii'ii i ' purchase .'t'i', euros uior-- orlessrif
nionntainpastniwlaoI in the Kamloops liivls
inn nl Yule liisiik't si iniled as follows, com-
 inK .el eo - .k   el! chains W. of the N. K.
ceerneni'ni- 10 '��� 100: ��� niini"K thence K, SO
'tiaine. elieii'i- N. 40 chains, theme K. 10 chains.
Ihiiecu N Ucbelbs more or less fo flump Luke
Illinois W. a''iiiK lie ��. hank of Slump Lake
lo,ichains 'n the point if cniiinieceinpiil. con
lamiiiK JO i ten* mora or less. Al-n; ciiniiiienr
in- ai -: K ror.icr o.f I, 9HDG. I Ihence North
I���Ttcbtlts, thence Kasi.4<i< hains,thencoSouth
li chains le. th.' \. hunk of Stump Lake, Ihence
We-i .ilui'KS' ii -up Ijike III chains In ihe point
>f ������ii'i'tii.-iei fiiHiii. iniiiaiiiii k 00 acres more
or loss.
"I
September, 30th, IDOS,
J. A, HALMKK THE   NICOLA  HERALD
BANK  OF   MONTR* AL
Proof of thi. it to be found in lb* following figure*.
lit.     Al   lo   tbe    accumulation   of
wraith.
The deposits in til Ihe chartered banks
in the D uninion in 1870 wire 49 millions
of dollars in round fi|(ursH,|omittiiig fraction! of t million.
In 1880.  85   millions of dollars.
Io I'm. 136   millions of dollars.
In 1100, 306   millions nf dollars.
In WH. 470   milli >ni nf (Ultra
The   Dominion   Government   Savings
'   Btnk btld in tht time yetr (11)04) nearly
62 millions,  making Bank and  Govern
ment deposits 632 millions.
2nd.    As regards hanking facilities
Five new hanks have gone into oner
itinn since 1900 with tn suthuriied capi
tal of $9,000,000.
Five htve been tbtorbed into other
banks but their capital presumably  re
mains, under other control, aud one bank
refrred to hy the generil niantger, with ���
capital nf $300 000 hat failed.
It miy tlto be mentioned I hit Charters
have been obtained from Parliament dur
ing tht past three yetr* of eleven ne��
binks with t eapittl of $19,000 000.
As regards our own bank it hat been
tbe car* of th* director! to tdvanct with
the times, tnd I give you a few tigurea ti
show the progrru it has made. ;���
In 1863 th* capital waa $6,000 000:
itsets $15 262,000.
In 1873 the eapittl wai (11,296.8-1;
mets $34,252,000.
In 1879 the capital wtt $11,999,00(1;
unit $3h.22l ,000.
Iu 1087 the capitil wtt $12,000,000.
Mttti, $42,000,000.
In 1890 the eapittl wu $12,000,000;
tints $46 166.000.
In 1905 the eapittl was $14,400,000;
tttets $158,470,000.
Our branches, whioh in 1863 numbered
29 are now 100.
THE GENERAL TRADE OF THE
COUNTRY.
A review in detail uf the various t rail.
tnd manufacturing industries msy be
tummed up iu the genertl report of tl
most unbroken prosperity, probtbly
ntver in Canada tnd the United States
hive erupt of ill kinds been better in
quantity ind quality.
In regard to one of ourittpleindustries
the lumber trade, I tm tempted to ei
press the conviction thtt ��e tre using
up our resources in t molt reeklet fashion
eertitn to end disastrously, unless we
ttke prompt ttepi to trett it as other
eropi tnd replant it on tn adequate scale
The increase of manufactories, there,
by creating t home market for produce
of tny kind it moat marked. In this city
' tnd neighborhood a great number of Itrge
factories are springing up tnd whatever
may be said uf uur tariff it unquestionably
has had the effect uf inducing the manu
facture in this country of godi previously
imported, with all the advantages of in
creased employment and money in this
country. A number of these mtnufic
lories trt branches or offshoots of industrial organizations in the United Stttei.
The vilue of the heme market it not
sufficiently appreciated, if tbe stttiitict
: published by t recent writer be true, thtt
"Western Canada produced two and t
, half times is much wheat, twtnty five
times is muoh oat* tnd thirty four timet
a* much barley it Otntdt iiported.
The failures in Ctntdttrt contidertbly
smaller this year thin lut, being; 1904,
$11,189,223; 1996, $9,511,472.
SPLENDID CROP8.
Tht feature of the year, howivir, il th*
tplendid crop which hu juit been htr-
vesled in the North-West provinces and
in Onttrio. At regtrdt th* fnrmtr, th*
most sanguine tnticipttioni hire been
retlized, tnd it seems beyond doubt thtt
tht following estinistes of tbil yetr't crop
in Manitoba tnd the North-West tr*
Conservttive:
Whett, 90 million bushels. Worth *n
th* spot, sty, 66 cents.
Oats, 66 million bushels. Worth on
tbe spot, uy, 26 cents.
Barley, 13 million bushels. Worth on
tb* spot, sty, 30 cents.
Flu, on* half * million buth.lt, Worth
on th. tpot, tty, 80 etnu.
Rye, one-third of t million buth.lt.
Worth on th. tpot, uy, 36 cents.
In til 168,000,000 buiheltof grim.
Of course * portion of these erupt will
be consumed by (he firmer, u no doubt,
will be the root erupt, of which potato*!
alone trt estimated at 8,000 000 bushels,
It well u hay, but of these I t*k* no
account.
At the prices set duwn it is not difficult
'< reach an approximate sum of $76,000,
000, or fifteen million sterling, lu b* die
trr ui.il among a compantr.tly small pup
ulitiun, tud wun from a toil which wu
considered harr n, tod surrendered to
the wilderness only l few yetrs tgn.
Iu addition to the foregoing, and not
included in tht tbnve estimate, 70,000
acre disposed of during the yetr in tbe
North West.
OF KXCKLCENT QUALITY.
Incidentally I may mention that I tm
informed by eipert millers tin' tint year*
lheat crop ia so good in quality thtt 7
per cent leas of it is required to produce a
e;iven quantity i f fliur than in  average
It is asserted that the are* (0 far
brought iiinler cultivalnm does not from
'he most sennit information obtainable,
much eiceed 5 per cent, and certainly it
is well under 10 per cent of the area mil
ablt tnd walling for occupanti.
In this connection I may quote here t
sentence from tu tble and well qualified
< internment officer, who hu c mpleted a
aide sumey of the Territories.    He lay*;
"The immense wealth so long stored in
the virgin loll of tht greet Western
country wiil be gradually developed, tnd
lie fact that Canada is destained to b*
"ine rapidly one nf the greatest food pro
in nog nations III tile world Will become
ipparent lo ill in the volume of her
���xperts."
RAILWAY  EXTENSIONS.
The great extensions uf the rtilwty
���yetemi nperating in thu country, inua
ut he passed over. The Canadian Pacllic
Company is spending vast sums in im
nmvement* and eiteniinns. The Canadian Northern is pushing west ward, while
ihe Grand Trunk Pacifie is 'ireptring for
���n extension to the Pacific tnd tbe Gov-
eminent of Canada has the neceetary
...overs to iluplicaietliorailway eoiiiie0tlo.il
oetween Quebec and Winnipeg, tnd ia
now surveying the line.
With general politictl events we btve
i itfinig to du except tt regardi their
effect on our financial institutions. A
note of thankfulness was heard when an
end wsi put 'to the mighty wtr in the
turther Etct
It wu specially grateful to hit comunity
when t friendly understanding wu reach
��� d between England tnd France �����e
i rust thtt the portentous cloud overhang
ing Russia may be dissipated by wise tnd
li'oeral measures Meanwhileit remains an
ominous factor, exciting the liveieat apprehension! among Russia's creditors tnd the
dtepett interest in the whole emitted
world.
I cm only in conclusion echo the General manager's advice, thit the abounding
prosperity uf uur country should be prudently tccepted tnd used.
NOTICE.
50 HEAD COWS & HEIFERS
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to January
7th, for the disposal of 50 head
of breeding cows and heifers.
Sale reserved.   R. H. Wimny.
Nicola, Dec. 7th.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOP8, B. C.
All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stuck.    Wedding presents a specially.
First rlaaa repairs done on short notice
and returned at one*.
THB PLACE TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAML<>OPH
Full stock nf Il.iuies i. and Imported Cigar*,
and the best smoklne tntiaccoalwaj* on hand.
Drop In and enjoy a quirt game nf Hill! <|���i.
Agenl for the Pioneer steam I���und'). Vaniou
ver.   1���undrj ship end every 8aiunlay.
110111*
MONTREAL HllTfl* Kamloops, Nanoleoi.
ax I���treminiilie. proprietor. First class in
eveiy particular. Hood wines, Liquors and
cigars.   MiililniK in ennnes tion.
TTAMLOOPM HOURK, P. Herod, proprietor.
x^ Hest stock nf wne��, liquors and cigars in
'he Interior. Just ihe spoi fora nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. When Id Kamloops
call In.
(IRANI) PACIFIC HOTKL, Kamloops. Th.
>* nearest Imlel to lhe railway station. Th'
only covnenlent hotel for travelers. Good
iiKiins, ��ood tanle, good liquors. Two large
seiinple rooms. I'. A. Haruhan, proiirietor.
'J'ssl stabling in connection.
ASHCKOFT HOTKL. The most convenient
���"��� ho'el for visitors In Ashrroft. The beat of
table hoard Hotann cold baths. Our renre-
semai ive meets all trains. Johnson ��� Perkins,
proprietors.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Deharrn, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITY, . . ��� B. C
Heailipiarters for Summit, Rahbito
111 u ut him, Tulameen river, K>iulder, Bear
��� I'll Kelly creek camps. G<md Fishing
and Boating.
P. (). Address:   Aspen Orove.
Mop at Hip
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Riibt. Scott, Proprietor
When   traveling   on   the Nicola road
Convenient place for traveler*, with gone
accommodation.
BILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKK. B. C.
Fint class board tnd lodging by Ihe
day   week  or  month.    Every   attention
given to tho travelling public.
Mrs. Riley, Proprietress.
i
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        ....        $158,232,409.51
HONORARY PRESIDENT
Rt. Hon. Lord Stratheona and Mount Royal, O. O. H. O.
PRESIDENT. -Sir Oco. A. Drummond. K O. H. O.
VICE PK -8ID-NT AND OENERAL MANAGER,    -   E. S. CLOU8TON
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $1.00 and upwards.     Interest
crediied 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.
NICOLA   BRANCH
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
R. M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
good stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola,      -     -     -     B. C
Rosedale fjotise, ^oWer Nicola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.       -      ���      -
S. J. WOODWARD
Unequalled as a
Summer Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHKNA, B. 0.
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 Agent* in Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON _ LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE OO. S
STEWART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
Also General Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday for Nicola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
eave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  Sunday  6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK
���-���
JOB WORK THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Mrt. I s-at Chtprasn of Tb* Fork* wat
i torn on Tuttdty.
Tb* public schools *ill clot* ntn Fn
day (or tb* Christmas holidays.
Tbt N. A. A. terk*y (hoot tt Cootlts
will eo-emcnet tt 10 30 on 8*lnrday
���___���*>
J*a and A. W. Haddock of Atbcroft,
trrl��*d in Nicolt tbt firtt of th* wetk snd
left for H*dl*r.
Mist Lister of Blsine, Wttb .trrivtd In
Nicola on Stturdty tvcning and it mil
ing with Mrt. M. P. 8t*wtrt.
Mr*. 0. L Fliek, Mis* Berth* Wood-
wtrd tnd Normtn Woodwtrd wert visitors
from Lover Nicol* on Tuesdty.
Htnry Lindley ir., John Lindley, Wm.
Thornton and Parry Jnbniton of Lowtr
Nicol* ��p*nt Wednetdty in Nicolt.
Angui MeGillvtry lt����et thit week fnr
Durham, Ont., to vltit with r*lsiiv*t.
Ha trill bt thssnt (boat thre* months
F. W. Jtakton, mtntftr *f th* Triangle rtnch ti Qollchrat, and Mr* Jtrk
���on tnd Mitt Bulmtn were in Nioolt on
Tuesday.
J. B. Gratis, manager of th* Dooflai
Ltk* Cattle Company wu at Kamloops
thia week iop*rint>ndin( nn* of hi* ship
������at* of prim* Christmas b**f.
A social craning it on at Lower Nicola
on Friday er*ni"g when Rod. McKentie
will entertain hit friendi tt t dsnet tn ht
htld in the hall. A good tin* it tntici-
p��t*d by all.
Th* neit regular (Beating of CooM Nicol* A. 0. F. will be held on Tueeday 19
th. Th* regular meeting nighl of Fridty
hu bun girra up to allow the children
the uu of th* hall for that *r*nlog.
Mr*. Wm. Riley wu taken mddenly
111 shout tix o'cl.x-k Tuesday evening with
hurt hilar* tnd for mm* time her lif*
wu desptirad of. Sh* it now tomewhtl
Improved tnd her many friendi through
ont Nicola Vtlley _ope for t speedy
recorery.
Henry Lindleyone of the Nicol* Valley
old timer* entertained *honl a doten of
old tint* friends to * dinntr tt hit rati
dene*, Lower Nicolt, Tuudty evening in
honor of hit uventy-fifth Mrthdty. Mr.
Lindley came to America when tboot ten
years of tgt tnd tfter fighting Inditnt nn
tht frontier oame to B C. whera ha hu
remained ever tince Mr. Lindley it
receiving the congratulation! of friendi.
The eocitl dance held in th* Lower
Nicolt Hall lut Fridty evening wu tn
MJoytbl* affair, tnd the hott, J. R. Mo-
Orator, made tvtrything pleasant for bit
gn**ts. Dtnoing commenced tbout 8
o'clock tnd continued n*ll on into tha
mnrninf, with tn intermission si mid
night for t very luty lunch, prepared at
tbt Roudal* houtt, hy Mr*. 8 I, Wood
wtrd. A numbtr of Mr. MtOregor'*
friends from til ovtr th* vtlley took ad
Ttntag* of hi* hotpiitlity.
8mokt Interior or La Morent Cigar*.
Marcus Woodwtrd���for cheap limber,
Seed oat* and  wheat for ult by R.
H. Winny.
Fnr cheap   lumber   go   to   Mtrcus
Woodward.
Get a blanket for your hone at Berwick* Hirnee* and SaddUry. Alto a
ttock of Robot, ote.
Orders for lumber promptly filltd by
Mtrtot Woodward.
A fin* (election of Chrittiuu cards it
Tb* People's Store.
Lower Nioolt wtttr power m mill,
owned by Marcus Woodward.
Wh*n ynn wtnt t good tinok* uk for
th* Interior or La Morent Cigtr, manufactured by th* Inland Cigar Ftctcry,
Ktmloopt.
Tht A K Howu Co., Ltd., now btvt
nn hind their Christmas tupply of Jtpan
tw* orange*, nuts, raitint, peel, fig*, dat**
onnherne* tnd currants. Everything
for Christmas.
Send your lumber ordtrt to Mtreu
Woodwtrd tt Lowtr Nicola.
If yno tre thinking of building now it
the time to get your order* cot to u to
hav* th* lumber dry when th* long diys
com* tnd the carpenten can work with
pleature Remember the name, The
Nioola Portable Steam Saw Mill.
For the hut in the harness and saddlery
line, ttt Btraick'i litest consignment.
Place your orders with The Portthle
Steam Saw Mill, til work guaranteed.
.lus' arrivd.fashionaMs moulding knives.
Why need tn leave your house unfinished
for want nf moulding*. Edge and grain
flooring nf firtt qutlity, will ootwetr three
floors madt of Hit grain. Window ush
mtd* to ordtr.
Ton   need viiltlng cards     Get yon
���upply tt tht Nicolt Htrald nffiot.
THE KOOTENAY
STEEL RANGE
It all sites and stvlcs. Guaranteed
article. Our sales hare already
more tbtt doubled those of lut jear
Onr leader 1* th* 8-hole Steal Rang*
for $46. minuftctired by MoClarj
Mfg. Co., alio a full line of
Air Tight Heater*
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOP8
NOTICK.
Hlity days after date I Intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of landa and work- for per-
mission to purchase to acres of land descrlbi d
la follows, starting from the northwestcorter
nf | in in l) I. In Utter Vtlley tnd runninK e��st
40 rhtins to ibe norlhesst comer of Lot 67.0. 1
tbe*ce north 10 chains thence west 40 oh ins.
Ihenee south 10 chaini to post of < ���miiriiee-
meet J. O. THYNNK.
Dated ��th Dec. IK-
G. n. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
RIAL _STAT_       DfSORAHOI
Tamporary offioe��� Sttwtrt's Stag*  Big
NICOLA. B  C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Ofllcial Administrator
(MIc*.-Commercial Block, east of Put Office.
Kamloopt, B. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary  Public
Offlos:   Fast nf the Ctnadian Bank of Com
mere*, south side of Victoria -treei, Kairiloope,
Money to loan on real estate security.
HARDIMAN & 00.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Afte
���ron���
Mining cnntr*ctom,"ferin machinery, buggies,
eiiilttr, sleighs e'e bend for our list of ftrn,
and mining properties. Reports on mining pro
parties through the District. Cable addren.
"Aurum." Codes: Bromhtll, More.ng k Nral.
A. H. 0. 41 h.
Warehouse- ("anford. Nicola Valley, B. C.
CIIRIM. OUTIIKTT
A. R.C. 8c. London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Ktmloopt, R C.
-stays and analyses ot Ores. Coal aad Ia
doatrla' prodnot-
Kamplet by mail or stage receive prompt
tttention.
JU-T RECEIVED
A full ttock of npto-dat* goodi to
tnpply the  Hirnew tnd Stddlery
tnd* of Nicolt district. Call  or
���end your order* for
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc.
Specialty made of Cowboy Outfit*.
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� B.C.
F. 6. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND IAliON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
M. BEATTIE
Accountant, Commission, Insurance
and General Agent.
ITamloopt
Main Htreet
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010  Westminster Road
VAHOOUVBR, B. 0.
H. C. Urown Stock ai Fruit ���--
Ornanipntal Trees.
Apple Trees; 2 tnd 3 year olds: IU to ��� pei
100. according to variety. One jear-olds, 4 to A
feet. $10 to $li per 100.
Bitrt nice stock of Cherry. Peach, Plum.
Apricot*, etc.. now growing fnr fall orders. No
expense, loss or dcUjr of funiuja'inn or Inspec
tion. Lit me price your list before placing you i
order. Catalog free.
Greenhouse I'lant*. Floral Work, Ret Sup
pile*, Fruit Packages, Fertilisers, etc.
M. J. HrCNKY,
��lt Westminster Road,      Vancouvik, B. C
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch, Clock
and Jewelry repair* done in
firtt class order tnd satisfaction guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed tnd returned without delay
W. N. CAMPBELL tt CO.,
C. P. R Time Inspector*. Ktmloopt
A REMEMBRANCE
AT A SMALL COST
F >r the friends tt homt or abroad.
Ton cannot tend them amor* in
ttrotting Xnitt remtmhranoe thtn
Book of B. O. View*
View Imu Oardt
Sourenlr Poet Card*.
See Our Selection of Goods
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
Kamloopi tnd Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. 0.
All kinds of repair work don* in a
neat tnd tttiiftctory mannirtnd in ihort
notiot.
Horseshoeing
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
THE FOLLOWING TO ARRIVE THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK.
Codfish, Shrimps, Kippers
Mephiato Lobsters.
Out Peel in Tins      Shelled Almonds
0. & B. Marmalade,  TOGO Rice
Icings California Figs
Smyrna Figs Milk Chocolate
McLaren's Cheese    Wetheys Mince Meat
Campbell's Assorted Soups.
Japanese Oranges.
Confectionery, etc.
AR.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NICOLA, B. C.
��� IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US/
THE BIG GENERAL STORE
STOVES AND TINWARE
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters,Granite and Tinware from the McClary Manufacturing Co.
of London, Ont. The best makers in
Canada
GENTS FURNISHINGS
Shipments of Fall and Winter Goods,
Men's Underwear, Top Shirts, ftuits, Over'
coats, Reefers, etc, just received.
LADIES' GOODS
Skirts, Blouses, Golf Jackets, Walking and
Skating Boots, and all the latest in Dress
Goods, Silk Blouses, etc.
LUMBER YARD
All kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
in stock.    Flooring, Rustic, and Shiplap,
GROCERIES
The best of everything that can be bought
at lowest prices,
, am
h
Life and Fire Insurance Agent.
Lower Nicola,
Notary Public.
B. C.
COUTLKK HOTEL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling tn Connection. T��l*p-o_* Own-action

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