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THE NIGOLA
JUN 19 1905     flfj
Vol. I.  No. 5.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C, JUNE 15, 1905.
$2 a Year.
BANK OF MONTREAL
FINANCIAL   BAROMETER  TO   THE
COMMERCIAL  COMMUNITY
The  Semi Annual   Statement  for  the
First Half of the Current Tear.
Thli  Bank Will  Open a
Branch In Nicola.
The semi annual statement uf the Bank
of Montreal, which is issued in May, is a
highly interesting document, inasmuch an
it serves to a large extent as a financial
barometer to the cnmmeicial community
of the Dominion. The statement is for
the lirst half of the l urrent year, the ter
mination uf the hank's year, which was
formerly in the month of June, having
been changed to November, The net
profits the lii months ended 29th April
last were $655,156, which is equal to a
fraction over 11 per oent per anuura. The
period's profits with a balance of $583,
196 from last year brought up the iota)
for distribution to .$1,365,166. Out of
this a dividend of 5 per cent., being at
the rate of 10 per cent, was allotted li
the shareholders ami $065,156 was carried
to the credit of profit and loss. This sum
only lacks less than $35,000 to make un
the dividend for the coming su months
The dividend paid f<<r tbe sit months is
the same as for a considerable length uf
time, while the balance carried to the
I , credit of nrofit and loss exceeds that from
^ last year by $81,960.. The total liabilitie-
1, o the public which are shown at $109,
.,758 532 have an increase over April of
. last year by $9 866.088, while the assets
which total $135,121,452 have aneipan
tion of $10,049 086 Of the assets the
large sum .f $54,455 367 M increase of
$11,738,6 3, are immediately available.
These latter assets are equal to about one
hxlf of the total liabilities to the public.
and form at the same time 40 per cent, of
the total assets. Deposits whioh are
$101,508,478 have an increase of $9,920
623, and notes in circulation are slightly
in advance of a year ago, the amount of
these being $8,206,795 Current loans
and discounts have a falling off, the total
hiving heen reduced from $81 419 137 to
$79,847,850, a falling of of $1,681,287.
Tbe cash reserves of the bank, that is to
say its specie and D iminion notes, aggregate $10,661,459, having heen increased
during the year by $2,117,708. Another
feature that of overdue debts not speci
ally secured hut loss provided for. These
are $106,623 and are $79,696 lower than
for the corresponding period of last year.
The appreciation which this ably managed institution has established fnr itself
with the public is shown in, among other
facts, the advance which has taken place
in the market value of the atoek, On
30th April, 1904, it stood at 249 per cent,
and at the end uf October last at 253 pet
cent, and on 29th April last 258 per cent
The people of Nicola distnot are to be
congratulated on the opening of a branoh
of (uch a strong financial institution as
the Bank of Montreal in their midst.
The materials necessary for running the
bank will be on hand in a few days, when
tbe branch will be opened with Mr. Ben
derson in charge
Mr. Justice Man in was a visitor in
Hedley a short tune ago, and was sur
prised to learn that the place had but two
bails per week, when the regular mail
route was operated more frequently. He
undertook to write personally to Sir
William Mulock, the postmaster-general,
on the subject.- Phoenix Pioneer.
LOCAL NEWS
Happenings In Nicola and Throughout
the District.
D.   Mclnnes nf   Lower Nicola was in
town on Wednesday.
1.500 MEN
John   Clark   returned   from Harrison
Hot Springs on t'idays stage.
W. W. Clarke representing the News-
Advertiser is touring the Nicola.
Remember the  Methodist Church picnic at Lower Nicola on Siiurday
John Collet! and wife were visitors b
Liwer Nicula for a few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Aird of Rockford
*ere visiting at Kamloops this week.
Be sure and attend the Cinder* la
il.nce at Quilchena on the evening of
Dominion Day.
The home of Hume Price of Aspei
(irove was gladdened by the arrival ��f a
.on and heir on M if Silt
Rev. Mr. Akehunt and J. T, Rohinsm.
>f Kamloopi are louring through tli���
Nicola on business and pleasure.
"NICOLA OR BUST"
THE SLOGAN
J. Redmond of Kamloops who has
linen on the Coldnater and at Coutlee the
past week, returned home Wednesday.
A milk delivery servicers heen started in Nicola Lake. Parties wishing milk
delivered oau receive same by leaving
word with R H. Winuy.
A. D. Macintyre, barrister and solid
tor of Kamloops, will arrive in Nicola on
Saturday and will make arrangements
fnr opening an office here.
C. F Law of Vancouver, who has been
in the Siiiiilkaiiiee,ii the past few weeks
returned nn Mondays stage and is looking
over his interests on the Cold water.
W. C. Bradwin representing Storey &
Campbell, Vanoouver, and W. S'evei s
representing Greenshields, nf the same
city came in on a special stage this aftet
noon to Nicola.
Preparations for a grand celebration is
being arranged by S. Kirby, to be held at
Quilchena on Dominion Day. This is
going to be the celebration of the year.
Don't miss it.
H T. Thrift secretary ol the B. C. Settler's Association, returned from the Sim
likameen on Mondays stage where he had
heen looking over the country to place
a number of settlers.
Dr. Brown and E. N. Spiera of Wash-
tucna, Wash., passed through Nicola on
Sunday. They are traveliug overland
with horses sad wagon enjoying the vaat
resources and beauties of this country.
They continued on their way to Cariboo.
J. B. Graves has given one aore of land
on the old Gilmour ranch, about one mile
from Nicola, to the Church of England,
for a burial ground. It is the intention
to have a survey made shortly and the
ground fenced and laid out in lots.
Liberal Victories.
At both by elections on Tuesday the
Liberals were victorious. Smith of North
Oxford eiected 349 majority, and Hyman
of London by 329.
Contractor James Macdon-
nel Talks of the Proposed
Railway Work-Will Give
Employment to Many on
the Construction Gangs.
Will b3 at it in Earnest
in a Few Days.
All things are in train for a
commencement on the work uf
constructing the much talked-of
line from Spences Bridge In
Mcola, and next week the
primeval wilderness will ring
ind roar and crash with all the
noises incidental to building a
road through a rough and
mountainous country.1 Satur
day afternoon James Macdonnell, the '' ig Jim" of song and
story left for Spences Bridge
in company with C. S. Gzowski
who is interested with him in
building the line, and J. B.
Bright a contractor, who will
take part in the work of construction, says the Vancouver
World.
The engineers are already
on the ground, Mr. Cambie being in charge of that portion ol
the work, and from all over the
province men and camp outfits
are moving on the scene of
Hdion. "Nicola or bust" will
be the slogan of many skilled
rock-workers and brawny construction man during the next
few days.
Mr. Macdonnell says that
the construction of the line will
take nearly a year, i he coun
try is rough and there will be
much heavy rock work. At
one point a tunnel about 400
feet long will be required, and
the whele line will be expensive
to build.
With 1,500 men at Spences Bridge, there should not be
many idlers, and many of the
Nanaimo coal miners will take
advantage of the work while
the mines are closed. The
outfits are now arriving at
Spences Bridge and soon will
be scenes of strenuous activity.
INDIAN CELEBRATION.
Opening and Dedication of New Church
at Shoolooche.
For two weeks Indians from all over
the Interior gathered at Shoolooche re
serve hetwemi Coutlee and Lower Nicola,
to attend the opening and dedication ol
the Indian Catholic Church. The cele
bration lasted from Saturday until Monday of this week.
The church is a very neat structure ami
was built by the Indiana, J. R. McGregor
of Lower Nicula putting on the finishing
touches.
At the gathering were the Right Rev.
Bishop Dontenwill of New Westminster.
Fathera Le Jeune, Chirouse, Ruhr ami
Bellot and Indians from the Coldwater,
Douglas Lake, Kamloops, Shuswap, Oka
nagan, Similkuiueeiiaiid Squaiuish (North
Vnncouver) reservations, there being in
the neighborhood if eight hundred In
dians.
On Saturday morning the meeting am'
reception of the bi>hup took uleoe a'
Lower Nicola on his arrival from Spences
Bridge. Men and women of the Mattel
tribes on horseback and in carriages, all
gaily decorated, made an imposing pro
cession, and followed by the Squamish
brass hand escorted the bishop to Shoo
looche, where they assembled in the big
tent, the chiefs welcoming the bishop.
Sunday morning at 8 o'clock the church
was dedicated afier which hgh mass was
held. In the evening the bishop conae
crated the bell of the church according la
the solemn rites of the pontifical. After
which those in attendance tolled the hell
and gave an offering which covered the
cost of the bell.
Monday afternoon the procession of
the blessed sacianient took place, in fact
it waB the most interesting ceremony held.
Two rustic alters were erected at each
end of the flat, and the Indians marching
in file around the flat standing at the
alters singing hymns in rh.-ir native lau
guage, the bands playing religious music
during the procession.
In the evening the nenediction nf the
blessed sacrament in tbe tent closed the
c-remony. The Lisbon then gave thank*,
to the chiefs and Indians in attendance.
Tuesday practically the whole procession passed through Nicola on their way
to Kamloops, the band playing on the
streets of Nicola. The bishop and hu
party were guests of Jos. Guichon at
Quilchena over night, continuing on to
Kamloops on Wednesday.
RUSSIA MUST PAY
RUSSIA AND JAPAN TO MEET AND
TALK PEACE
The Ladles Guild.
The Ladies Guild of the Church of
England waa held at the residence of
Mrs. R. H. Winny on Friday afternoon
when nearly a full membership was in
attendance.
The following officers wore elected:
President, Mrs. Mickle, re-elected; vice
president, Mrs. J. R. A. Richards; sec
retarytressurer, Mrs. Pooley. It was
decided to commence the regular monthly
meetings trtsew and prepare fancy work
for a bazaar to be held in the near future.
Arrangements were also made to have
refreshment booths at Quilchena during
the Dominion Day celebration.
Warring Powers Agree  to President
Rooaevelt'i Suggestion to Appoint Plenipotentiaries to
Discuss Terms.
Both Russia and Japan have accepted
Piesident Roosevelt's suggestion that a
meet of the representatives of the two
countries be held.
While the Bntishgovernment is not taking any active part in the negotiations, it
is giving the most cordial support to the
uresident, in regard to whose actions in
the matter it has been comprehensively
informed. The United States not being
ni angled in any way, was really the only
iiintry which could take action, but
even Presideut Roosevelt could not do
more than endeavor to start direct negotiations between ihe belligerents.
Japan refused to start the negotiations
until fully assured of the earnestness of
Russia and that her proposal would be
seriously considered. Her demands will
include an indemnity, the amount of
which has been fined by the Japanese
government, and on this point the president is niging lenient treatment. It it
considered that Japan ia entitled to an
indemnity, and it is pointed out that
��hile the pryment of an indemnity might
affect the standing of Russia among the
powers, it is not so serioas as the loss of
territory. Besides the payment of an indemnity would be forgotten sooner than
the loss of territory, and would leave no
feeling of revenge.
Financial circles in London are of the
opinion that the Japanese will demand an
indemnity amounting to about $1,000,-
000,000, that being their estimate of the
cost to the Japanese of the sixteen
months' fighting This is considered in
some quarters to be too large an estimate
of the expenditure, which is thought to
be nearar 1600,000,000.
The Regular Stages.
Two stages a week between Nicola and
Spences Bridge are being arranged by M.
P. Stewart, proprietor of the stage line.
A new outfit arrived from Kamloops on
Monday and is now on the road. With
special stages always in readiness at
Speocea Bridge, parties coming into the
Nicola need not suffer, as Stewart's stage
line will be able to handle the traffic and
keep abreast of the times. Besides the
regular stage today three specials brought
in passengers.
Slmeron Iron Mint.
A. McGillivray who owns tbe Simeron
Iron mine, about half a mile from Coutlee,
during the past few weeks has had two
men at work on the property. A fine
vein five feet in width of hematite iron
has been shown up. An English syndi
cate are negotiating for the property.
Rome wasn't built in a day. Do nol
not expect profit from advertising before
tbe ink ii dry.
RAILWAY MACHINERY IARRIVING.
Construction outfits are being rushed
to SpenceB Bridge by subcontractors and
twelve carloads of construction machinery
from McLean Bros.' camp at South Westminster on the lower Fraier, are arriving
at Spences Bridge. During the last few
days large crowds of men have come to
the Bridge.
Engineer Cambie and Contractor Macdonnell will beat Coutlee Friday.
A. O. F.
The district chief ranger, and Gilbert
Lawrence will organize a Court of tbt
Ancient Ordtr of Foresters at Nicola
Lake, on Friday evening, June 16th, at
8 p. m., in Pooley's hall. All intending
members are requested to be sharp on
time. THE NICOU HERALD
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
Capital 18,700,000    Rett $3,600,000    Total Assets (Nov. 1804} $91,000,000
*tnlug* Rank I��<i��Hrliiirut
Dep sits of f 1 and upwards received and intereat allowed.     The dep sitor
is subject to no delay in depositing or withdrawing funds.
Hanking by Mall
Accounts of ranchers and other customers residing out of town receive
special attention.   Funds may be deposited or withdrawn >y mail.
AliVaVM MADI ON  At POVKH  NoTKS
KAMLOOPS BRANCH
C. VV. HALLAMOKE,
Manager.
NO
LOOSE
SCREW
w* r"*
THE NICOLA HERALD
Publlahed Hvery Thursday
Subscription. In Advance, $2 a Year
N1001.A LAKt, R C.  Jl'KE 15,1806.
Keep your eye on the Nicola district.
Japan ia very modest in her demands
for an indemnity. Only a billion dollars.
The mikado must have received some
lessons from Kamloops claim-holders.
Considerable activity is going on in
this section by parlies securing timber,
ooal and grating lands. The parties lo
eating the land havt an eye to the future
and ere long the property will become
very valuable. The energy and foresight
of these men will not he sidetracked when
this district is opened up by railways.
Railway newa is always anxiously
awaited in Nicola, but strange to say
many of the reports received are similar
to the war buletins���few nf them cen
firmed. The work on the Nicola railway
is a fact, engineers being now engaged on
the right-of-way and contracture are ready
with men to commence construction work
as soon as the head engineer gives the
word.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
IN THESUPRKMKCOURTOF BRIT
18H COLUMBIA.
In the matter of
The "Official Administrators' Ad."
and
In the matter of
ROBERT CHAR ER8.
Ds eased
Notice Is hereby given that by an order marie
Id this honourabl�� court dated the 19' I day of
May, A II. 1906, the undersigned was appointed adniinl-trainr with he will annex,>d of all
and singular the es'ale of Ihe above named
Hubert Charters late nf Quitch, nn, in the district iw Yale, in the province of Titl-h Onlum
hia. nenlleniKii, I'cceased, who died - n or about
the 4tli day of Dwe   ber, A. I).. I9W
All per-on ��� having claims against the said
de' eased are required to send same with full
particulars thereof, duly verified, to the under
signed on or before the Nt dav nf August., A II
I'.m.''. and all pen-ons indebted to the r-ald deceased are required to pay ihe amount of such
indebtedness u> the undersigned forthwith.
AMCC D. MAUNTYKK,
Official Administrator, Coun'y of Yale,
Kamloops, II. 0.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply lo
the chief romnoasloner of lands and work- for
penn "ion in lea-e 1280 acres more or le>sn(
inoiiniain pasture land for 21 years as follow-:
Co'iino tiring at a p'i���t at the fifth ea-it, corner
of Win. I'aliner'- purchase IW, running S HO
chaltis. thence K SO chains, thence N 80 chains,
1 hence W 40chains, 1 hem- N 80chains, thence
''��� 4u chains. 1 hence N 80 chains, ttience * 40
chains, thence H 80 chains, then e 140chains,
thence ti 80 chains to starting post.
I J r 8C* it r
Rockford, H, C, May 29th. 19115 '
No ltote tcrew tanoyanct ii
experienced with the Royal
Ajai Eyeglass. All parts art
firmly riveted. They are made
partly in solid gold and partly
in gold filled and guaranteed ta
wear ten yeara. The lenses rest
on patent concave cape, which
minimieea breakage.
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOPS
W. J. KERR
Watchmakerjeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
AH kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc . kept in stock.   Wedding pres
nuts a specialty.
First class repairs done on short notice
and returned at 1 nee
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing a ��pecialty.
NICOLA HKK. B. C
Persons who have received consignments of Oregon trees should see that
they do rot relax in their spraying activities. We have it on good authority says
the Vernon News, that several spring
shipments, in spite of the fact that they
are duly certified to have received the required fumigation, have been badly infected with Might.
The question of a new burial ground is
one that tbe people of Nicola Lake should
not overlook. The present plot is now
cloaed by the health officer owing to sanitary reasons. As their are numerous
opinions, everyone should turn out
to the meeting on Tuesday afternoon, as
it will be the time and place to express
your views and give support to whatever
acbeme ia approved.
NOTlCh
Thirty days after date I intend to make ap
pi cation to the < hlari cummls-ioner nf uin's
and works for permission to lease 1280 acre* of
-" untain pastitie land Mituate al the further
��� dof Pnyoie Valley, near 1 he eight mile creek,
cinnmeiii ing at a po��t marked K. H. Winny's
N W corner, thence E 100 chains, thence S 8(1
chains, the' ce v\ ifjnchains, thence N 80chains
toinltalposi. K. H  WIN NY.
Nicola Ukc June 8,1905.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to
thechief commissioner of land- and wort- to
a special licence lo cut Umber on Ihe following
unscriber] area commencing at a post, marked
is, Tingley's S. K. comer, hce-e N 80 cli.,iii-.
thence V* SOchains, thence a" fM-'hanis, thence
K 80 chain-to initial post, 640 at,es.
22  5  US.. Nicola.
��� ommeni'ing at. a nost m okfld 8. T., 8. W.
1 nrnir. thence \ 80 chain", theft K 80 chains.
'heiceH 80 chains, thence W SO, hain��, to initial
porn, 840 acres.
��I 5 105.. Nicola. 8. TINOLEY.
Harness
and Saddlery
Now is the time to buy your Harness and Saddlery I have in
stock a full I'.ne o goods suitable
to the trade. Sa isfaction guar
anteed.    All kunlt nf
REPAIRING
Han,ess, Boots, Shoes, etc., done
neatly and promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKE, B. C
The anniversary number, the twenty-
fifth year of The Inland Sentinel, the
pioneer newspaper uf the Interior, is to
hand, and is a very creditable number,
and above tbe ordinary usually issued by
provincial papera. The write ups espec
ially contain valuable information of the
early days of British Columbia, the facts
and principal points of the early history
being well brought out. Altogether "The
Land of Heart's Desire" is a publication
which is a credit to the Inland Sentinel's
editor and staff, and will be treasured
with other historical writeups of our early
days.        	
A.Q.F.
The distriot chief ranger, and Gilbert
Lawrence will organize a Court of the
Ancient Ordtr of Foresters at Nicola
Lake, on Friday evening, June 16th, at
8 p. ni., ia Pooley'a hall. All intending
members art requested to be sharp on
time.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I In end toappply to
the chief eonimi- loner of lands and works for
a epeclal licence to cut timber over the following d, acribi d area, commencing at a post
maiked J i, jA K. corner, thence N 80 chains,
w sn chains, s 80 chains, E 80 chains to Initial
po-l. 640 acred.
Also commencing at a post marked J. 8., ft
VV. corner, thence giOchains, E 80 chains, thence
8 80 chain*, W HOchaias, to initial post, 610 acres.
221 ,i | 05., Nicola J   K. -HIVKb.
tones
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to
the chief onwlwdassOMf of land- and wnrks for i
special licence to cut timber on the following
described area, commencing at a post markei
II. Mclnnc 8. E. corner, thence N 80 chains,
thence U 80 chains, ibeie e S 80 chains, thence
E 80 chains, U> initial post, 640 actes.
Commencing at a post marked 1). Mclnnes'
8. W, corner, hence N 89 chain-. H 80 chains,
thence 8 Kn chains, thence W 80 chains to initial
po-l, 640 acres.
2215105.. Nicola. 1�� Mi INN EH.
Kamloops
! T0NS0RIAL PARLOR
J. A. SCOTT, Prop.
cihahs Tobacco
NOTICE.
Thirty days after dat' [ intend applying to the chief comiiii-Moner nt I,inland works, Victoria, B O, for perm is
sion to purchase the following described
land in Kamloops division of Yale district, commencing at the north east cor
nerVf Lot 164 thence east 19 chains to a
poet marked Indian boundary, thence
south 60 chains more nr less to Indian
reserve post marked VI, thence east 9
chains more or less to Indian reserve
post on bank of 10 mile or Geshun creek,
thence along said creek to a point on
boundary line of lot 160, thence north to
point of commencement 80 chains more
leas. Jamvk Smith
Lower N'cla, B. O, May 19th, 1905
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that within thirty
days from dale I Intend 'O apply to the commissi tier of lands and works for a licence to
prospect fnr coal nn the following described
land situated on the wc-t side of Lindley creek
and '-ohimencihg al. Iba north east corner posi.
joining the Caul Hokmier claim, thence running 80 chains west, thence Mi chains south,
threat hii chains east, thence 80 chains north lo
place of beginning,
Located this 28ih day nf April, 1B05.
H. W. ELLIOTT,
Locator ���
PRINCETON
NICOLA
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
N UTILE.
Thirty days after dale I Intend to apply to
the ohb f commissioner of lands and works fnr a
special licence to cut, timber over the following
described area commencing at a post marked
J Kraser's situated ten miles north of Nicola
wagon road and running as follows, 80 chains
W, 80 N, 80 E. 80 8, to initial post; also commencing at a post marked J. Eraser's 80 chains W,
HIM, 8(1 K,80 N to Initial pn-t
J. ERASER,
8. Tlogley. Agent
Coutlee, B.C.,June9th, 1905.
NOTICE.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that within thirty
days from date I intend to apoly to the commissioner of lands and wnrks for a licence to
prospect for coal on the folio*ing described
property situated nn the west side of Lindley
creek adjoining Andrew Reynold's claim, and
commencing at the snmh east corner post
marked No. 1, thence running 80 chains west,
thence80 chains north, thence 89 chains east,
thence 80 chains south to plane of beginning
Located I his 28th day of April, 1905
PAUL BOCKMIER,
Locator.
Thirty days after date I InUtM to apply to
thechief'ommisstoner of lands and works for
a special license to cut timber on the following
described lands situated rorthwest of 1). Mr
Innes' pre-emp Inn and running as follows 80
chains south, 80 chains east, 80 chains north
80 ch tins west to point of commencement con
talnlng 640 acres: also commencing at a post
maiked I'. Tingle) and running such dnsnorth.
80 ea-t, 80 south, 80 west to point of conmence
ment, containing 610 acres.
P. TINOLEY,
Locator,
8. Tlngley, Agent
Coutlee. R. C. June 10th, 1906,
NOTICE
Sixty days afterdate I intend to make application to the chief commisnioner of lands and
works for per olssion to purchase 80a res of
mountain land starting at R. Orilliford's stake
No. 918. running 20chains ea't 40 chain* north,
20 chains west. 40 chains south to starting po I.
R OULLIFORD,
Aspen Grove, B. C, June 15, 1106.
NieeuA
Is now the
BANKING TOWN     l
of this District
It is also the
TRADING CENTRE
Come to us for the latest and freshest goods.    It is
a pleasure for us to do business.    We
guarantee satisfaction.
< amp Outfit* nhilng Noppliee Hardware
Dry Hood* Boota and Nh��*t (Groceries
Druga at rUatiwnery  Grata Furnlahlng Flour ��t Feed
Lamber
fT
n
���j
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
NICOLA PRINCETON
METROPOLITAN
MEAT flARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
FRESH   FISH  EVEET,FEIDAT
Orders throughout the District receive careful attention and promptly delivered
j a ties  rooi.KV Proprietor
J. McQUISTON
Mercfyaijt jailor
Geijts Fiirijistyer
Now is your time to select your Summer Suit. Nice
patterns of Scotch, English and Irish Tweeds. First class
fit guaranted.
Unequalled as a
Sanger Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
Hi
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
at^4xOt>&y��>��i> t^*>4i>��>r>��>a>*yt> ��> t>04)rt>a>��>��>��> a
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
a QUILCHENA, B. 0.
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and Horseshoing done in
first class shape. Leave your work here and it will receive
prompt attention.   Satisfaction guaranteed. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
SALE
It tbe event of Kamloops
and district at present.
People know a good thing.
They ire getting good
goods cheap. Remember
it is 25 cents off every dollar and the terms' are spot
cash.
Our stock ia all new. No
old goods to tork off.
New goods are arriving
daily to keep our assortment up.
Mail orders filled the day received.
A. F. LAUDER
Kxxliwlve Outfitter to Men and Boys.
KAMLOOPS, B. 0.
MUST RENEW, NOT REVIVE
Timber License-Holders Notified of Important Ruling.
The department of lands and works,
Victoria, has just issued a notice of im
portance regarding the renewal of timber
and coal prospecting licenses. The notice
it to tbe effect that all applications for
renewals of licenses must be made to the
department, accompanied by the requisite
fee, before the date of the eipiration nf
tbe existing license in order that tbe re
oewals may be granted. No renewal can
be granted in tbe oases of licenses which
have expired.
It is announoed that the reason for this
itate of affairs is that according to the
law as it now stands the department ha*
power only to renew licenses���it cannot
revive any. Therefore once a license ha
expired it ii dead for all time.
}
Where Black Came In.
I     George Blaok's fine team of sorrels rsn
t away Wednesday morning.     One of th.
���i horses, worth {260, was badly injured,
I we  art sorry to state;  the new buggy
valued at $150, was smashed to  pieces;
tbe harness was broken in Beveral place*,
and it is to be regretted that a fine dog
belonging to Mart Simpson was run ovtr
and hurt by the team.     Black was killed
in the runaway.���Wardsville (NY )News.
Dominion Day picnic at Quilchena.
The merchant who does not advertise
never needs the rest cure.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic.o 0,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        ....        $13^ 24,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, 0 0. M. 0,
VICE PRESIDENT, Sir Geo. A. Drummond. K. 0. M. 0.
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00  and  upwards.     Interest
credited twice a yar.
Withdrawals on demand without delay
Banking business of every description solicited.
Special attention to Mining, Ranching
and Mercantile Interests
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail-     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
The Nicola Lake Branch will be opened in
a few days.
C. SWEENY,
Superintendent of B. C Branches.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to
the chief commliwioner of lands and work* for
a special license to cut and carry away timber
from the following deiwrlbt d Ian 'n, stnrtlnK
at a post marked A. Mi'Gillivruj���'* N. h, cort e
nlaod at the Charters corral. Hodey ire k
thence 811 chains so ith. thence 80 chuins west,
thence 80 ohains north, thence 80 chains east to
initial nost MO acres
June4,1906, A. MHillXI VltAY.
HOT I IS
TV'MINION HOTKL, the best house In town
XJ Headquarters for th* Nicola, Lewis creek
and Granite creek stages. Kvcy convenience
for travelers and commercial men. Excellent
table and well stocked bar. C. J. Robinson &
Co., proprietors, Kamloops.
NOTICE
Thirty days after date ( intend to apply to
the cnlef c >mnil.sl raer of lands and works fo
a special license to cut aud carry away Uinbe
from the following described lauds, starling
from a post one mile southerly from the clou
tern Corral, Godey I'rcek, thence south 80
chains, thence wesi. 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 Jluum to initial post. 610
acres. JOS. OKAIIAM.
June Ith, 1905.
NOTI0E
Thirty days from date I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner nf lands and work - for
a special license to cut aud carry away timber
from the following land, starling at * poet at
the Charters corral, Godey t Y< ek, marked R
McRenzie, N. W. corner, thence 80 chains
south, thence 80 ohains east, thence 80chala*
north, thence 8o chums west to initial post 610
acres. It. McKKNZlE.
June 4,1903.
Applications for grants of lands under
tbe South African War Land Grant Act
must be filed on or before the 1st day oj
July next. __________
A despatch from Ottawa says that
Pettr S. Lampman has been appointed
eounty court judge for Victoria and F.
McB. Young of Nanaimo, county court
judge for Atlin. Both will alio act as
local judges of the supreme court,
What to say and how to say it���that is
the secret of good advertising.
"Do you think," she asked the dermatologist, "that you can make my nose
beautiful)"
"Well, I may not be able to make it
beautiful, but I couldn't help improving
it some, even if I were to hit it with a
mallet."
Send your $2 along and receive The
Nicola Herald for one year.
NOTICE
Thirty days from date I intend to apply to the
Chief CommisMonor of lands and works for a
license to cu> and carry away timber from the
following land, starting at a post on�� mile south
from the Charters I'urral, Godey Greek, ma k-
ed A, C.'s N. W, corner, thence 80 chains sou h,
thence 80 chains east, thine 80chain- north,
thence 80 chains west to inn Ul post, 610 acres.
June 4,1905. A. COLLET I.
Tt/fOVTRKAL HOTKL, Kamloops. Napoleon
iTX Latrenioullle, pronrletor. First cl*s�� In
every parilcular. Good winea, Liquors and
cigars.  Stabling In c >nnectlon.
TTAMLOOPS HOUSE, P. Herod, proprietor.
** Rest stock of wines, liquors and cigars in
tbe Interior. Just Ihe spot for a nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. When In Kamloops
call in.
flRAND PACIFIC HOTEL Kamloops. The
VJ nearest hetel to the railway station. The
only covncnlent hotel for travelers. Good
rooms, good table, good liquors. Two large
sample rooms. \>. A. Harnliart, proprietor.
Good stabling in connection.
QUEEN'S HOTKL, Kamloops, B. C. Only
brick hotel in the city Fine wines, liq
nor- and cigars. Kates. II lo IJ.50 per day.
Everything in connection with this hotel ii
first class and up-to-date. Headquarters for
prospectors and mines Every accommodation
for guests. (Juiet reading and smoking rooms.
Good stabling on the premises.
A 8HCROFT HOTEL. The most convenient
����� hotel for visitors la Ashcroft. The best of
table board. Hot ana cold baths. Our representative meets all trains. Johnson it Perkins,
proprietors,
NOTICE
Thirty days from date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a special license to cut and carry away dm
ber from tbe following land, starting (r nn
post placed one mile easterly from the Charters
i orral, Godey Creek, marked M J. Cleasoy N.
W, corner, thence 80 chains south thencel 10
cbalns east, thence 80 north, thence 80 wist to
initial post 640 acres. M. J. CUCASBV.
June 4.1905.
NOTICE
Thirty days from date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a license to cut and carry away timber from
the following described lands, starting from a
rost one mile southerly from H. J. Cleasby's
post marked K. H. N. W. corner, thence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chai ns. thence west 80 chains to Initial post
040 hi-res. K. RICHARDS.
June 4, 1905.
NOTICE
Meeting for Public Cemetery
NOTICE
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply
to the chief commissioner of lands and works
for a special licence to cut timber on the
following described area commencing at a past
marked J. C N. VV, corner, K side of Indian
re erve, thence 8 160 chains, thence 140 oh alas,
thence N 160 chains, thence W K) to Initial pest
i omprislng 640 acres; also commencing at a
riivt narked J. C.'s N. W. corner on K side of
Indian reserve, thence S 80 chains, thence K 80
chains, thence N 80 chains I hence W 80 chains
to ialtial post, comprl-ing440acres,
JOSEPH COSTILLON.
Coldwater, Nicola, June 5,1905.
A public meeting will be held In the Court
House, Nicola Lake, on Tuesday, June 10th, at
S p. in., for tbe purpose nf taking immediate
action towards providing a public lemetery.
The Presbyterian Church lot can no longer be
used as a burial ground. Sanitary considerations forbid its use any longer for that purpose.
A full attendance at the meeting is requested.
GEO. MUhKAY,
Government Agent.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works for
a special license to cut timber over the following described area, commencing at a post
marked A. Tingley, 80 chain K, 81) chains N, 80
W, �� 8 to Initial post. 640 acres; also common
cleg at a post marked A. Tingley and running
80 chains W,�� N, 80 B, 80 S to Initial post, 640
acres. A. TING LEV,
8. lint-ley, Agent,
Coutlee, R. C��� June ��th, low.
(Ill AND CENTRAL HOTEL Ashcroft. F.v-
'-" erything up to-date, Ihe house has lately
been remodelled and Is now under new management. The bar is supplied with choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars. When In
Ashcroft stop at the Grand Central, George
Ward, proprietor.
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
Hail, Is m
m Lines
also  General  Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B.'C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday for Nicola I ake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Leave 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.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,
Proprietor
K. M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
good stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola       -     -     -     B. 0
Stop al the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Robt. Scott, Proprietor
When  traveling  on  the Nicola road,
Convenient place for travelers with good
accommodation.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Debarro, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN CITY,   -   .   .   ���   B. C.
Headquarters fur Summit, Kahhitt
mountain, Tulaiueen river, Bouldtr, Bear
and Kelly creek camps. Good Fishing
and Boating.
P. O. Address:   Aspen Orove.
FOR SALE
If you require a oheap outfit for the
coming Hat Season, call and see
2 MOWERS and 2 RAKES
tt R H. Winny'e Ranch, also
1 PUREBRED HEREFORD BULL.
While you are there you can secure a
Bale of Hay if you require it. For par
ticulars apply
R. H. Windy.
Nicola Lake, P. O
Rosedale fjotise, [[OWer Nicola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.       -      -      -
S. J. WOODWARD
Look
at
the
Things
We have secured for the pleasing of men of taste.
If you are one of the best dressers you certainly
will appreciate the style, beauty and quality of
everything in this stock of
Men's Furnishings
New styles and colorings in shirts, Neckwear
and Hosiery are prominent. Summer is crowding out Spring and already the lighter things,
from Underwear out, are coming in fast. Going
out fast too. because of these small prices.
F E. BURNS   -      -
The well known stallion Reggie M will stand the season at
the ranch of Peter Marquart,
Courtnay Lake. B. C, Terms:
$20 at the end of the season,
pasture included.
Peter Marquart.
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. C.
All kind" of repair work done m t
neat and satisfactory manner and in short
notice.
Horseshoeing THE NICOLK HERALD
BAN'S.  Of1  HAMILTON
Capital paid up-Itli5.0o0.00.   Keeerve FueH H 100,000.00.  Total AMMMMM
HEAiiOrruti:   H ���mii.to.n. J. Tumbiix, General Manager
87 Offlott Throughout Canada
A general banking huHinow tranaactsd.    Ranchers' notes discounted.    CollaoHons made
Draf'- ��old, payable at all point* in Canada, I'nltad States and Europe.
Saving! Bank Department   IteposiU jf One Dollar and Upwards received, and In-
tf i-o compound, d half jearl) on 31��t Hay and 30th November.
Current Accounta operated upon favorable terma,    A cancelled check is the safe receipt for money payments.
KAMLOOPS BRANCH
A B. SKIT, Agent.
LOCAL NEWS
A money order office hat been installed
at Lower Nicola.
Mrs Mirkle of Quilchena was in Nicola
fortfaw daya this week.
Th��s. Hunter returned  from t trip t��
Kamloops tht first of the week.
Jos. Graham  and   A. MiGillirray nf
i'.utlee were in town nn Tuesday.
a
Dr. A. M. Sutton formerly of Nicola
is now aecretary-traaaurer of tht Foster
Optical Co., at San dose.
S S Umi'iit and D. M. French of the
Lumbum lake coal property, were in
Ntt"la for a few dxya thi�� week.
Robert Pollard who haa spent the past
year in the Langley section, returned
from tht coast Tuesday evening,
Two plpasure boats will arri��e at Qui'-
chena next week for 8. Kirhy, to he used
for the Dominion Day celebration.
D. M. French tht champion fisherman
of the district has been keeping up his
record the past week in catching the
speckled beauri>i
Gilbert Gladwin, who has been doing
work on claims in the Aanen Orn��e for
himself and partner I��aao Etttwood, has
been in Nicola the past few days.
W. M. Lauder nf Douglas lake was in
Nicola the first nf the week, returning
home he was accompanied by his sister
Mm M. E Lauder who hta been visiting
with friends here.
A meeting will be held in the court
hnune, Tuesday afternoon at 4 p m to
make arrangements to secure the provir*
cial tra?eling library for Nicola. All in
tereated are invited to attend.
Miss Lettice of Victuria ia visiting with
the Miss Caaringtxn's
A. McPhaul of   Aspen Oroya   Wat in
town Monday on a business trip.
Ray. Mason haa to far recovered from
hia illness as to be able to out for a short
drive.
Johnnie Clapporton of Kamloopt, ar
rived on Monday evening and will bt em
ployed with M. P. Stewart on hit rand ,
CHURCH SERVICE
Presbyterian Church, Nloola Lake:   Service* every tiabbath at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p.m.;
Bible class and Sabbath School, 1:30 p.m.
Rev. Okohiik MaSOM,
Presbyterian Pastor.
Hav. John Pti,
Methodist Pastor.
Methodist Church. I.ower Nicola: Divine
service every laird's Day at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
.Sunday school at lip in.
John Pte,
Methodist MlnUter.
OeORQE MiSON,
Presbyterian Minister.
2NTOTICE.
A SITTING of the County Court of Yale,
will be held in the Court House, Nicola
Lake, B. C, on
Monday 19th June, 1005
at 10 a, m.
GEO. MURRAY,
C. 0. Registrar.
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKE, B. a
First class board and lodging by the
day week or month. Every attention
given to the travelling public.
Mrs. Hi iky. Proprietress.
A public meeting nf tht resident hnna*
holders and freeholders of Nicola Lake
school district, will be htld on Saturday,
June 24th. at the Nicola Lake ��thoo|
hon-e, at 11 a. m , fnr the purpose nf
electing a school trustee in place of J. D
Gillie, whose term has expired.
A meeting will he held in tht court
house on Tuesday afternoon June 10'h,
for the purpose of taking immediate ac
tinn towards providing a public cemetery.
The present burial ground can not be
used any longer for that purpose owing
to sanitary reasons. A fall attendance is
requested.
The annual pionic of tht Methodist
Churth will ht held on Saturday, 19th<
at Lower Nicola. Thtae picnics have
been held every season for a number of
years and have always proved a success
From all reports this year's will eclipse
any >me yet held. Get ready and bt on
hand to havt a good dayt outing.
George Bent a '49er, who left Nicola a
few weeks ago to live in Toronto, writing
to friends here, aayt that he will bt back
again by tht end of thit month if not
sooner. He sends word to his old friends
to remain in tht Nicolt aa it ia the best
he haa come acrott. George was visiting
in the States and had been in a town for
two weeks where tht strongest told was
tidtr.
Pi
FOR
uuv
We havt for yean looked after our
NICOLA CUSTOMERS
in the Iruit time. Wt have taken
great care to thip fruit that would
arrive in tirat class condition. This
season wt will do oar utmost to givt
you the best berries obtainable, and
at the lowest price for which good
fruit can be sold.
Send us your orders and we
will attend to your want.
MCLEAN & GO
KAMLOOPS
HARDWARE   I
8HELF GOODS
MINING 8UPPLIB8
LUMRIK SUPPLIES
McLAUGHLIN'8
CARRIAGES
WAGONS
McOORMICK MOWERS
A full lint of tht above always kept
in stock at close prices tt
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND WAliON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
I first class manner. Care-
I ful attention givrn to this
I branch of the business.
I All Work Guaranteed
SraoliLo
Interior
or
La Morena
Cigars
(UNION  MA' l)
Inland Cigar Mfg Co.
KAMLOOPS. B C
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watoh, Clock
and Jewelry repairs done in
first class order and satisfaction uutranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed and returned with-
i ut delay
W. H. ( ANPIIKLL at <<>.,
C P, R. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
Just Arrived
Some Very Pretty
Dress Goods
Crepe DecheDe, Waistingand Blousing Pieces
WE HAVE STILL SOME BARGAINS GOING
AND WILL BE GLAD TO SERVE YOU
Groceries, Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Miners* Supplies, etc.
Always on Hand At Right Prices
A full Stock of the
LAKE CF WOODS FLOUR
on hand.   This is considered one of the best brands on
the market.
Your interests are our Interest.
AR.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
"IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
SPORTING
GOODS
WE HAVE THEM
Lawn Tennis Goods
Lacrosse Goods
Base Ball Goods
Fishing Tackle
IJuality   None better male Infection guar
an toed, at
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
Kamloopt and Vernon
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary Public
Office:  Ra��t of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, south side of Victoria utreet, Kamloopt.
Money to loan on real estate security.
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Commission, Insurance
and General Agent.
Main Street ���  ���     Kamloopt
NEW SPRING GOODS
ARRIVING DAILY--���
We are in a position to show you one of the best assorted stocks ever placed in Nicola. We have secured
the newest and most fashionable goods, so you can depend on anything you see here as just right for style,
qualitv and value.
We lead and will convince you so that you will
leave us and be well satisfied with our goods.
New Dress Goods
New Skirts
New Silk Waists
New Shoes
All of the Best and Prices to suit the pockets.
See and be Convinced.
Lumber, Flour and Feed always on Hand.
d 1,1111(1
GENERA MERCHANT
Lower Nicola,        -       -       B. C.
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE, B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Stabling In Oonnectlor Telephone Connection

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