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Array HERALD
Vol. 2.   No. 5.
NICOLA, B. C..JTHUR8DAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1906.
$2 a Year
LAMONT, BROKER
DEATH OP OLD TIMERS.
John OorbiU. John Oxllvle and Peter
Riley Pass Away
We regret tn have to record the death
OP PORTLAND. ORFION, VIC-PRM-1 ���|   onH   ���f    lntt    0|dMl  inbabiants   ,f
IDENT AND MANAOBR i the Ni: Is Valley.    John Corlieit, one "f
I the lit-si known men in the district past"!
Nicolt it lilll
MOREABOUT ROADS
VALENCIA A WRECK
Of the Nicola Ooal and Coke Company
Whines ln  Reference to the
Mention Made of His
Oompany
This week a letter wis received it th-
Nicnli Hirald office from one John In-
ni nt, mining broker, 714 Desutn buiM
ing, Portland, Oregon. Mr. Lamont
takes offi'iiee tt an article appearing in
The Nicola Herald with reference to the
Nicola Ooal and Coke Company. The
letter is intended to roast, ihe editor, hut
lie can not see it thsr wsy, hu- convinces
the editor that John Lamont is not a distant relative of Ananias, hut a second
edition of that prince.
Lamont claims that "the Nicola Coal
snd Coke company has alwajs endeavor
ed tu pay every man a dollar where a
dollar was earned." Also that ���>sn
money was spent on development work
the past year than all am mots spent on
The Nicola Herald since its inception.
The only work done on the property
which is included in the Nic-ile Coal ami
Coke Coiiiiiany, was done last year hy
oontrad. and appeared to he satisfactory
as a member of the Lamont faintly was in
e'tendsn.e during tha work and made no
objection, but promised that the contrac
tor would receive his money. Money
spent on development the past year. We
would like to know where! Probably
in geltin. out another prosp.ctua with ss
many glaring falsehoods as the last one
issued.
Litnunt states that the Nicola Coal A
Co., does not want to be held up.    Ye
CONDITION OP THII   NICOLA8PIN
CBS BRIDOB 'IIOHWAT
TERRIBLE TRAOEDT  NEAR  CAPE
BEAU. LAST WEDNESDAY
tin y at his home near
'his sfternoon.    The deceased   wbo  Wsl
;> > >ut li.'l isars of s_e waa a native of Ayr
��� lore, lootland, and oame to Nidi 2t>
* sre ago     He had heen ill I t the | M ] what Will Bsooms o." the Road During
���i.titeeti months slid lifteen months ag
had to undergo an operation which 1-1
'hid tn a elites- condition and last Mon
lay it was found neces-sry  to  have sn
it her operation, The operation waa an
unqualified success but the deceased was
unable to rally from tbe shock t�� his! readers we again revert to the
lervnui system, culmination, in his death
'his afternoon. The relatives of thi
deceased are mostly in Scotland.
John Corbett wss interested very large
y in coal claims in lhe Nicola Valley,
heing one of the first local men to see the
advsniagei which would accrue to the
lis: net from such an industry. He wis
well   stinwi   in   eoal   experts visiting
the Freshets.   Haas the Question
Settled  Now  end to Who
Is Ri-spoi Mile
At the risk of wearying our
subject of wagon roatls At
the present time railroad con
struction is mort or less at a
standstill and spring is apt t<<
be upon ere either wagon road
or right of-way is available.
, The recent rhinook has proved
he Valley and was frequently consulted j ,
��ith regard to the coal areas in the vict-i that railroad construction  has
mty.  His loat will be deeply felt is i rendered our roads well nigh
"John" wasoneof the mnsthospttahleand
kindly of men and frequent were the
visita paid to htm by old timers and now-
'i.men tlike tt his home on Nioola plain-
where everyone, was sure nf a welcome.
The funeral is expected to take place
Saturday al term ion.
John Ogilvie, for a number of years a
resident of British Columbia died on
Monday evening in McLean a camp at the
iiiniit'l ten miles from Spences Bridge.
A.   0.   P.   INSTALLATION
Officers  Installed   to   Conduct   Court
Nicolas  Affaire.
The regular meeting of Court Nicola,
Ancient Order of V Testers wsl held list
Friday evening whan a fairly good attend
ance nf members were |>re��en'. OCR,
Andrew Thompson and Bro R. Allan of
Kamloops w.-ra making an oltitial visit to
C mrt Nicola besides leing in attendance
t > instill the otlicers During the even
mg two candidates were initiated into the
Poresttc band and two cindidaiei ar. in
waiting for the ne.t   meeting nl Court
N e..ls to join the fraternal  brotherhood
The visiting nlhcers were   ��ell pleased
w th the progress Court Nicols haa made
since its organisation last June, and con
iretulsted the ��� Ulcers snd members on
redi'tlde  manner  in which  they con
dieted the bu��iness.
Court Nic la ,s gradually increasing in.
' could reach the scene. It is now definitely
membership and  is receiving encourage
'iieni fr in all parti of ihe valley.     The
iTiiflts to be derived  from ths Ancient
I bder i f Foresters are many, snd since
the hirih of the order in 1811. it has dis
ni Mieil many dollars le asaiat the sick
.ml needy.
The following were the officers in
��� tailed.
P.C.R. Bro. Ric. A. Fraser; CR. Bro.
II Mason; V.C It. Bro. Thomas Hyslop;
Ireamirer, Bro J. I) Oillie; Secretary.
Bio. W. Oordoi, Murray; S. W. Bro.
Welter Clark; J. Vi. Ilro. H. H. Matt
lews; S. B.  Bro.   A. d'oodisson; J.  B
Ons Hu_p_red and Sixty Souls Aboard
and Thirty Seven  Re��.ch tbe
Shore. Untold Suffering
of the Passengers.
Vietoris, Jsn. 27- It is tpptrsntly esr-
���lii thit the final and authontiis story of
ths wreck ol the sterner Valeucia, whsn
told complete with sll its harrowing de-
tils, will be out of tht worst in the his-
tory of Picibc co����t fitilities, there being
little hope for any of those on the thip,
���ai tipecttd tu  break  up before relief
known thet the Valence ran on the rocki
at a tune when Capt Johnston and hii
officer! believed they were on their regular course somewhere ie the vicinity of
the Umatilla lightship reef For tome
'line they had heen running by dead
reckoning, the thick wall of fog through
which they were leeliug their war absolutely precluding the possibility of taking
correct observations. Almost simultaneously with the lirst shock when the vessel struck, the engines were reverted tnd
he Valencia was  backed off again  into
deep   water.     It   immediately   became
Bro. __' U. Carrington;   Trust*'., ~BruV I '^ml ,h" ' "*" h"leh"d bM" ,t0'��
K    R.    Csrrmgton.     0.    B.    Arm I" ** *""""' ,or ""'"" p��P'di�� ����">l
impassable an aspect of affairs
that no one contemplated when
construction began. Should
the soft weather prevailing at
time of writing continue the
Vicola river wi!!, fmradventure
rise in its wrath and wipe out
both grade and wagon road.
Those    resident    for   any
The deceased drove the stage for mme' length   of   tint-   in   the   Valley
ii,���. and previous to his death -as work- I know ^ _ of ^ ^
ing for J. 0. McLean railway contractor,
mi the C. P. R. eiteuiion fr,,,,, loMM but can anyone tell where the
, meil-itum.     Ihe   young   lady   ia now   [otal number at 37.
Not a single woman or child wu saved
ligtoll,
���Watts and Fraser; Medical
0, H. Tutill, M. I).
i.er, Bru
The Sick List
Or. Tutill spent  a day at Minnie like
thu   week   iitending   to Belle McEvny [ the rocks,
who   wis   suffering   with    lsll_.1i.rf !     ^he re,18ed |,,t ���{ ,���,���,������ p\Km th.
with witer md steadily settling. In the
hope of hanging his command on a rock
that would support her above the wavel
until help could reach hn passengers ind
crew. Capt. Juhnitou again charged the
reef aad Installed the Valencia tight  on
Bridge.     He  ass  working on  Monday: bed   of the HVer   will be six or , resting quite comfortable.
godi!   What  were they d .ing  with the   !����'. hut on M tidsy evening had a stroke j JLy^- months ht'OCe?
public when they lold shares?   Shares!"' parelyaii resuiiing in his death the)
sold with never an indication of coal evtn j "��""' n'l?ht.    The body  was  brought  to j      It is a difficult matter   to
fix
after the drilling operations.
The only money spent in this aection
goes to the government tn renew the coal
licenses under which the   land   ii   held
It will take Lamont a long time to con
since Nicola people i f the development
work he claims that he has done or thtt
he haa coal on the Luudbum lake prop
erty.
The Nicolt Hertld hag been informed
that there ia t law in the State of Washington to punish parties for wild c.ttmg.
It should be put in operation.
Following ii the opinion of The Week The deceased had lived in Nicola Valley
published at Victoria: '"r ��� nnmher of years and during the
Tht Nioolt Hertld in t reoent iaiue '*���� P,rr of "'���llfs "*����J �� �������� ����������
waiea wroth with one Lamont, tht chim- ! "f !��nd adjoining Timarton Ranch where
pion lightweight bootter of tbe NiooU | he l'��wd. He was well up io years and
Coal and Coke Ce., of Portland, Ore., for
Lower Nicola for bunal in charge of Mr | ns;biljt     fa   ^ ^
and Mn. R. M. Woodward who were very j u .' .  .
old   friendi of the deceised.   Ths de-  st;lte of aHalrs but ** not dlttl
ceaaed was about  nil  years of age and  cult to bring the matter  to  the
came from Owen Sound, Ont.    He had
relatives residing in Vancouver.
The funeral has heen hied for  Fridty,
Peter Riley wbo was ttken to Royal
Inland Hoipitil at  Kamloopi tbout ten
notice of the powers that be
who should know where to
find those responsible.
To really appreciate the condition   in   which the retiring
John Lindley who haa heen in Nicnla
for several days, being under the docttn
care is now doit g well ind will be tble t-
re'urn home again shortly.
Frank Connora who has been under
the doners care for a few weeki with a
badly cut hand left on Friday's itage for
Dan Muiiro's ranch, Aspen Uroie.
The Weather.
The list no* stands as follows.
Toisi number on Valencia   ���   Inn
Total saved u far aa known
Estimated total drowned
Total of passengers saved
Total of crew saved
37.
123.
12.
26
day,.gop.,.ed��w.yat that Institution contractor's have left our means
on Sunday night.
publishing a hot air prospectus of the
type which hai done io much to disgust
"bom bde" investors with the eiploita
tition of B. C, mining properties. It is
said to be t titans of eiaggeratiou, misrepresentation and false statement. With
some knowledge of the coal depoiits of
Nicola we warn the publio against this
alien gas bag. Ths Nicola cnal fields
need nn flowers of literature to recommend it to t ditcrimintting public with
money to invest. The unreliable "Booster" it the wont kind of a "knocker."
The Nicola Htrald is fully aware of
tbe fine coil showings in Nicolt valley
and desires tu tee companies end owners
doing bona fide work and will render
every iisistance possible to inch parties.
But to partial who tecure tupnoied ootl
ltnd, ttock tnd tell tht .hires to the public, wt believe It it our duty to tht diitriot
to hinder tush itoek jobbing, ti il will if
permitted to go on, materially effect the
district.
little is known of his relatival.    T.  W.
and Archie Jackson will  have charge  uf
his effects    He was hurried at Kamloop
o Tuetdty afternoon.
J. Lawrence of the Nnrth Thompion
river, Kamloopa, was in Nicolt for t ftw
days this week, hiving come into this
aection to look up i young mm by the
name of Hnpgond, whole ptrentt were
aniiout about him. Tbe yosng man had
gone to Kamloopt tnd wired Mr. Liw
rence it Spencet Bridge to that effect, but
the telegram being left at the hotel waa
tint delivered, and sn Mr. Ltwrence had
hit trip n to Nicolt for nothing, which by
the delivery nf tht telegram ht would
hive lived time tnd money. He cur
robor.tes the repnrt of the disgraceful
tttte of the rotd along tht line of construction.
Mr. tnd Mn. Brtnt of Ashcroft htve
taken op their residence in Nicola.
The Assessment Act.
The  bill  now   before  the provincial
house to amend  the Assessment Act, in.
The past week hai heen one unbroken I truduC(jd by FlD,Dc. MiouterTatlow.it
tunshine and has vindicated, if vindication | |ntelld()dt0 mfm mMMm ,nd ���������_.
.ere  necessary,   the  reputation of  the I aBrilt.ndjD)t8 mm>i from the wording of
valley lor perpetual lunshine. j |ume ���, m mmm ,��� m mjm wt
Everyone   has   basked   with   pleasure      The moil important matter is oonlainsd
iu tbe second clause and it intended tu
remove the uncertainty which bas etisted
at to the incidence of the three till hi of
one per cent tat. The claute reidt t
follows
2.   Section 5  of  Chapter 53 of the
Statute   lHOot,   being  the  Assettment
Act   1903, ta  enacted   by  section 15 of
chapter 50 of the statutes of 1903 is here-
j by amended by striking out all the words
Railway Social. ,��� the fourth, fifth, ixih, seveuth, eighth
Kvetvbody will be welcome it the Rail ; and nin'h line thereof and by suhetiluting
wiy Social held under the auspices of the j the following wordi:   "On reil property
in    the   cabinet   have all  been  Ladies Aid of tht;PreibytirimChuroh. j three-hftht  of  one   per  cent upon real
made though they will  not be Th",0<!"1 "'" be b,ld m (,""I,T'!' H"" pmm>% other th,n Wlld lind'c"*' or
..      , , on Tuesdsy eveiiniK, February 13th. com-! t'IUD��r l,n<i-"' ,nT P,r,(l" '" ����� aaseai-
announced    until    the  premier ! |m,,lhl||l(  ���  ���   ..tl���ck     B, rody for 4 | raent dutnct where the aggregateasseti-
meets   the   Council   next Week. , speedy return trip   by the new railway. : ed valuei of the whole of hit real property
of  Communication    it   is   only''""be rays which herald the approach of
necessary to travel a short dis-! ,,jr",��"n"- The n,,ld,,eM "f lh' "i,,,er
I may however, preaage a dearth of water
tance along what was a short ,iurjr)(( m conjing ,_,������,���_,h��t km
time ago one of the best stage -fw-svtk- purposes.
road, in the province. H^erWt us b.sk in the mUm
1 that it with  us tnd  let the futurt take
������������������ cire of irtelf, for, ahether or no, we can-
1 not direct the course of nature
MINISTER  OP  MINES.
An   Ottawa despatch says
arrangements for the changes
Hon, L. P, Brodeur takes the
department of marine and fish
cries temporarily, and Senator
Templeman the portfolio of inland revenue. The mines will
probably go to Templeman's
department until legislation can
be passed (creating a separate
department of mines and londs.
Valeutitiei will be sold during the evening   does nut eiceed |2(XsO; and one per cent
A short program hat been arranged,
mission 25 cents.
Ad-
where the aggregate assessed value of the
real property of any person in an assessment district, othsr than wild land, coil
ur timber land, e>cetdsf2000."
According to Dun the cost of living his
every member of their union found tmok- j risen 37 per cent in the list ttven yetrt.
ing cigirettes. They uy more lick claimi' With the eiception of a few worker! In
tnd mort death claimi are paid to tbe aome of the highly organised trades this
ftmiliet of cigarette tmukeri thtn tny I -MMM it much gretter thin the incrtatt
othtr. I in wagai 'ir the same period.
Deadly Cigarettes.
The Cigar Makers' Union of Worcetttr,
Mtn., have decided to line five dollars THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
P-Sllshe- Bvery Thursday
tabscrlptlon, ln Advance, a- sTsar
Nionia. RCrsaaiaarl. Isa.
The Monetary  Times,  the(
most reliable trade journal pub-
Isaahed in Canada, has the fol- ]
lowing about British Columbia {
While the northwestern pro- ���
vinces have had more attention .
from Eastern Canada and the j
outside world during the past i
year it had greater prssperity
relatively to its immediate possibilities than Hritish Columbia.
This huge province,  destined
probably some day to outstrip
all others in wealth   with resources which literally require
millions of people for its development, has at present but a
handful, as it were of people.
It is so rich in products of both
sea and river, valley and mountain���fish   fruit, grain, cattle,
timber, coal and almost all the
minerals, it so lovely a country
for man to live in; and it can
eventually be so self supporting because of its possibilities
in producing varieties of food
and varieties of manufacturers,
that no one can doubt as to the
character cf its industrial future.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has decided to introduce legislation
at the next session of parliament to reserve all the timber
lands under the control of the
Dominion government for the
public domain, except what is
required for settlement. In
that case there will be certain
restrictions as to cutting so
that the forest wealth of the
Dominion may be preserved.
The dominion only owns the
timber in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the unorganized territories, part of Bri-
ish Columbia. In other provinces the lands are owned by
the government.
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is hereby given thit hunting or
���hootirg on the property of (he Douglas
Lake Cattle Company ia forbidden. Any
pereon or persona hunting or shooting
on ths above property will be prosecuted
under the lections of the Oame Act,
J. II   (lll-VM.
ESTABLISHED lb*.
PRINCETON
NICOLA
it
WE LEAD, 07 HERS FOLLOW"
THE STORE OF QUALITY
THE STORE OF PLENTY
The Largest and Most Complete General Stock in Nicola
KAMLOOI'_,  A8HCR0FT. YALE AND
-IMILKAMKKN MINIMI UIVIH
IONS OF YAI.K DISTRICT.
MOTIOR Is hereby given that all placer min
-1'   Ins claims legally held In Ihe Kamloopa. i
ashcroft, Yale and Siniilkameen Mining Hit I
si is s will be laic over from the 1st clay of
November ensuing to the 1st day of May. 1906.
0, <:. Tl NSTALL,
Oold I 'niniiilssloner.
Kamloops. October 161 h. Wi.
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Estate of
ANTOINE GODEY.
Campbell-Bannerman pre-
meir of Great Britian in a recent speech said:
"We believe in the principle
of self government and local
control.     This is the foundation     of    our    educational
policy and the people ol the
district should control and manage   the   schools.    It   is  the
foundation   of   our  licencing
policy���but if I seek for illustrations why do I not take the
greatest the  most conspicuous
instance of all���the crowning
instance? ��� what   other  than [
this is the foundation of our;
Irish policy���cheers���that the;
domestic affairs which concern j
the Irish people only and not
ourselves should, as when the
opportunity offers be placed in
their hands?���cheers."
L
To- cv i (!: i-.iT. Classes
exactly right 1 .st year may be
Injurious now. V.",iftlii-r you
wear |_taf.�� or not your eyes
thuiilj btl _::ai:ii.i_d at least
once every two years, Wt are
eye experts. We can afford you
perfect sight.
TENIIRKS will be received by the under
signed for Ihe purchase of the personal prop-
eriy, and the rati estate of the late Antoine
Oodey.   Terms cash.
Partkulats thereof mty be obtained from
Peter Marquart, Nicols, H. 0,
AI.KC P. MACINTYRK,
OIBIcal Administrator, County of Yale,
Kamloops, B. C.
This is Stock Taking time with us and
you can get all sorts of bargains iD many
lines.  We are selling
Overshoes
at prices never known in Nicola before. Oall
and satisfy yourself.
2STDTICE.
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PRINCETON
MAILERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOPS
NOTICE.
NOTICE ISHKKKBY GIVKN that an appli-
cation will be made to Ihe Legislative Assembly
of tho I'rovince of British Columbia at Ita next
Session for an Act to incorporate a company
with power to acquire, purchase, construct and
operate the undertakings of the Vancouver
aad ('oast Kootenay Railway Company; the
Alborni and CowJUinn Hallway Company; the
Kamloops and Atlin Hallway (ompany; the
Midway and Vernon Hallway Company,am! lo
acquire all the rights, power* and privileges
of the said companies; and with power to
exercise all the powers contained in the act* of
incorporation of the said companion with
power to acquire, purchase, construct aud
operate the undertakings nf any other Hallway ('ompany or Companies;
and with power to subscrlbs for and
purchase the stocks, bonds, debentures or other
securities of anyother Hailway Company; and
Notice Is hereby given, that application will' ��� wn_SI|l the stock or oiher bonds, de-
be made lo the legislative assembly ���* "* _alSCwinCttr_-StSS.alls1tlU.llal inatslll
province of British ( olnmhia. at its next _�� ��� lw i,lc0rpor��terl, for the shares, de-
sion, for an act to incorporate a company with I Don,ur���a bon,,��� or olh(,r ^^^ 0, anv olh(,r
power tn consiruct. eq Up. maintain and oper-: u,,,-,- Company; and wlih power to lamas,
tie a line or lines or railway of standard or ; th(9 cnpit��| ���f the Company lobe incorporated
other guage. with any k.nd of motor power lor, ���_,, with ftmm ,0 ,h||1]. khar(.H m fu]|y p.,d up
the ronveyanoeof passengers and freight, from an(, ��� ���_��������� mm0 0_ m mmmiim B88e���
some point at or near Osoyoos on the Interna-1 b. ���. form of H(,(.|lritJ. anQ. wlth power m
tlonal Boundary, ru-ning in a northerly direc-1 mmmt any h__|J_*jf Company or Companies
tion along or near Uke (Ikanagan to a point at! or t0 -TrntjniT with any com, any or com-
ornear Knderb)-,thenceinawestcrlydlrectionj()(,n|ef.anrtwi,nal| lhe 0|ho|. and n immi)
to a point at or near Kamloops, thence Ina j p���Wersconduciveto tliecerrylngoutoftheConi-
northerly direction following the course or (hs | gs_srt__a_r___l-
METROPOLITAN
MEAT flARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout th- District receive  careful attention snd prompa.dert'
Freah Fish Every Friday.
 JAME*   POOLEY      ���     ��� ���     ��� ��� _^_ l'roprl��fr
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Horseshoing done
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will  receiv
prompt attention.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
An exchange says "that a
ruling by the postal department
that card parties in which
prizes are won at euchre, whist
and other games are in thr
nature of lotteries, and that the
publishing of diawings or winnings in the newspapers is a
violation of law, subjecting the
offending publication to exclusion from the mails, seems to
be a little hard on our good
church and society people who
have been accustomed to give
interest to their social gather
ings and s >cieties or to bring
money into the church treasury
by such games, even it if be
not an interference with liberty
of the press."
North Thompson river,'hence by the most,
feasible route ta Quesnelle and Kori U-eorge;
also from a pont at or near Kndeiby ina northerly direction to a point at or near ____0���I
aioiig lhe couise of the Spallumcheen river;
also from a point at or near Kamlmips In a
southerly direction lo a poinlat or ne _r(_uilch
ena, thence in a somberly directi<>n by a feasible
route to a point at or near Princeton; also from
a point at or near Quilchena oreek in _ north
erly direction along NicoUiakc to upper Nicola
river; thence northeasterly along the upper
Nicola rlvor to a point at or near Salmon river,
following tbe course of that river to a point al
or near Salmon Arm, all in the proviucu of
Hriti-h Columbia,
And with power tn construct, operate and
maintain all necessary bridges, roads, ways
and  ferrlei
Dated at Vicuiria, B.C., this __nd day of
November. 1906.
KOHKIlTSON ft Mf-IRTa-M,
Solicitors for the Applicants,
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEltKBY (JIVKN that an epilation will be made to the legislative As
sembly of the I'rovince of British Columbia at
its next Session for an Act extending the time
wiihln which the Vancouver and Coast Koote
nay Hailway nnmpauy has to complete its line
of Railway, and empowering the said Hallway
company to build from some point on tu line of
and to  build, acquire, own and ' railway to Kamloops In the I'rovince of British
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that HP days after date
I intend to apply to the Hun. the ( hief Cm��-
np-slonsr of Lands >,nd Works for permission
to purchase the follow Ing described land situated one mile and one half N ot the Lower Nicola
post office.
i 'ninmenclng at apost marked C.F. thence W
forty chains, thence Somh foi ty chains, thence
Kast forty chains, thence North to point of
commencement and containing forty seres
ni- re or 1.S-..
listed at Uwer Nicula this list day nf September, ItfOA.
C. FUCK.
___  O.  IT.
fyOVK NICOLA, No. 8831, A.O. F.. ineeta
V second and fourth Friday ln each on nth
at 8p.m., in r-t���f's Hall, visiting bin, ran
enrdlally invited.
Idc. A. Kriskk, c. H.
A. II. C.HW.NOTON. Set
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Hurst Shoeing a specialty.
NIOOU UKE, B C.
maintain wharvos and docks in connection
therewith, and lo build, acquire, own, equip.
and maintain sieam and other vessels and
boats, and to operate the satna on any navig
able waters; aud with power to build, equip,
operate ami maintain telegraph and telepho .
lines in connection with the said railway and
branches, and to transmit messages 'or com
mercial purposes, and charge lolls thrrefnr.
and to generate electricity for the supply of
light, heat and power; and with powor to ex
propriate lands for the purposes of the company
and to acquire lands, money- bonuses, privileges or other aids from any government, mur,.
i ipal corporation, or other persons or bodies,
and to levy and collect tolls from all person-
using, and on all freight passing over am of
such roads, railways, ferries, wharves and vessels built by the company; and with power to
connect with and make traffic or other arrange
ments with railway, steamboat or other companies; and to exeicise such powers a< are
granted by Parts IV. and V. of the "Water
Clauses Consolidation Art;'' and fir all oilier
necessary or Incidental righi s, powers and privileges In that behalf.
Dated the.-day of January, A.D.. 1908.
TUFPKK ft OKIFFIN,
Solicitors for tbe Applicants.
Columbia.
Hated at Victoria, H. OL, this Mud day of
November, 1905.
HOBKKTSON ft ROIIKHTSON,
Solicitors for the applicants.
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL--
li prepared to take contrtctl for
sawing lumber and getting out
timber.
Ueacral mil t oatracts Executed
PHKIKS^OHKKATIC
Partial wishing  work can have lime
promptly ittended tn by applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Nicola, B. 0.
Leave your orderi with N. J. Btrwick,
for lumher who ii agent for the Nicola
Portable Steam Saw Mill be oan kelp you
plan out ta ordtr.
Notice.
Ni tlet is hereby given that witsls sixty dais
from date I Int nd making application to lbs
Hon. Commissioner of l__nds and Murks for
permls.lnn opuruha-i T^Oacres of pasture land
in the Kamloops Ivlsloo of Yale DtTrlot;
situated as follows: ��� IsuoeBi iog at a .take it
thoS W corner of the land; tunning Iheo's
kast 80 chains, thenc North tfl chains, thenee
Vt esi Hn chains thenc. Hon h Id chains, to iht
point of I'orniiiiii ��� no--.i
Oeo. Best.
i-eptemher Tl IfSVS.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1882-1906
MIW W-OTMIN.S TBR, B. O.
Kev. W. J. SirrRiu, B. A . B.D.
Rev. J. P Bowill, Burisr.
NO TICK.
Sixty'lij.'af er ilvi-1 inland to apply in ine
chief OSmtnlssinner of lauds and works for per
mlsslou o s_ennsss_Macres ninnn'niri pasture
land, co loneTicliig ti post marked A. J VI. ��S
K. corner V erne w v chains. N 40 . ham-. K Ml
8 (il i-hains, to inilial post.   I-ml  sllnaiiri In
Iclnllyof in Mile creek, ess'eily of J. _, Mur
A. J. MITi HKI.L
ray's pre-emiitinn
Nicola, ftthliei   1905.
John C. Adair, sgent
A complete t<nnmer.itl tsd business
coarse. Students prepated to gain leaeb-
trt ctrtificitel of ill grsrles. In nntver
tity work t full course for ths B. A. ds
ires of Toronto University.
Instruction given tn  Man   Art, Phy
etl Culture md Elocution.
Rend for Ctlenrltr.
Subscribe fur the Herald, ft per year.
NOTICE.
Sixty days alter dale I Inlend to applytoihe
chief commis.loner nf lands and works for permission In pur lni--iill)si- esnf mountain past
I turn land, commencing at a post marked U.S
C.'s application to pun ha e! S. VV. cnrin-r.i hence
N 80 chains. K kl chains, S 80 chains. VV 80
chains to initial post. Land ia situated in vlnn
liy of 10 Mile Crunk anu wnsiof J. Marquart's
pre-emption. J. H. CHah'I'ICh,
Nioola, - He. WW. J. C. Adair. Agent.
NOTICE.
Sixty days afterdate I Inlend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lands and work- 'or cer
mission to purchase 10 acres of I md described
a-follows, starling from the northwest corner
of Lot W I* 1, Id Utter Valley and running east
4ii chains to t he nun he *. corner of Lot (17, O 1.
theme north 10 chains thence west ���chains,
ih. me south 10 chains lo poet of couin.eace
ment .. O THYNNK
Dated 9th Df. IWn. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
Bell British Columbia
The question whether Ontario uisy have
some iisv toVurrendvr its poasiMoii as the
leading pr s���tMsftt- di tnioin is per
haps rather ssntimental thin practically ,    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,,  .. . . ,,|   ,   .[report tt  t  meeting  of  m< rchants  and
important.    If 'be autonomy bills had     r
Oall off Boycott.
Tbt  special   roininii'ee  appointed  by
the hoard of trade at  Vancouver <o deal
with  the suhiect of freight rates nn  the
C. P. R. at affecting the city, preaented a
created one new province, instead of tan
Ontario would have bad a formidable
rival in lha seat. But after all what
difference does it make in the subslati
tial progress and prosperity ol Oo'trio,
wbe'her some province is bigger or more
populou*,  T more wetlthy.
If tber. iaone pr.iv tire that Ms f<ir |i
to rival Oti'ario in popii'atinn and weal h
it is British (Vumhia lis pi .iiion be
tween the wheat belts snl ranching
lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta on the one aide, and the Parti.
ocean on the other, is one f eitraordtu
ary advantage. So far olily . �� southern
fringe has felt the impulse of railway
building But it will not be long Refute
there are two more rail wsyi crossing the
province further nor'I, nd alio branches
and f.-ederi running north aud south
Then we msy look <>ul lor the development of nines, timber agricultural lands
of greet value.
British Columbia il also the province
that will also receivt the 6'st advantage
from the growth of the IVilic and oriental
trade. It is generally eipecied thtt the
result of .lapanese inuenM will he seen in
the development of the great provinces ol
Cbiuv The population ot the country is
so large that a very small increase in tht
consumption of foreign goods by each in
dividual will mean a large increase in the
aggregate. The coast cities t f tho Uniteo
Statea are looking forward with cagtrnM
to the growth of Asiatic trade, ami then
ia no reason why s large share sh nld no1
fill to the c >a-t cities of liritish Coloniliis
This will iiita-n progperily for the province and   . rosperity   fur  ill  Canada
Toronto News.
shipper, in the hoard of trade rooms ibis
week and called off the boycott which the
merchants had placed on the railway.
Queer Echo In Court.
A harriiter Mast- llust.e was trying a
caie in Limerick before Chief Baron
O'Orady, when in lhe course nf the law
jei'l sp. t'h an ass began tn bray loudly
out ide the court room the window ot
"Inch opened un a pasture.
''Wait a minute,, said the Chief Bsron
'One at the time, Mr. Busbe if you
please"
When Judge O'Orady wat later charging
the jury the asa began to bray, this time
tt a greater distance from the court room
window,
''I beg your Lordships pardon" said
Mr. Bushe: "Msy I ask you to repejt
your list words'! There wu such an �����. 'n
here I did not quite catch that sentence "
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker, Jeweler
KAML'Mll
I    i
All kinds of  Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.    Wedding presents a specialty.
First class repairs done nn short notice
and returned at once.
THB PLACE TO BOY YOUR
SMOKING- GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
_______MN
Full slock of Homes'ic and Imported Cigars,
and lhe best smoking tobacco always on hand
Drop ln aud enjoy a quiet game of Hilliards.
agent for the I'ioneer steam ���sundry, Vancouver.   Laundry ship led every Saiurday.
IIOTKI.aj
MONTREAL HOTM* Kamlonus. Napoleon I
Lslremoiiille. proprietor,   rirsl i lass in j
eveiy particular,    flood wines, Liquors and
cigars.   Stabling in c,ii< n-t.on.
KAMLOOPS HOUSE. P. Herod, proprietor.
Hi st steak of wines, liquors an. cigars In
��� he Interior. Just lhe spot fora niceeoolre
fresliing glass of beer. When in Kainlooi-
call in
Pacific Count Seeds
Puohthly not one person in a hundreo
btl tny idea of the amount of gar en seed
grown ou the coaat. Last season ,(1905)
over ten thousand acrea being devoted t
tbeir culture, eitrndtug from California
to British Columbia, 60,000 pounds ol
leeds being sent to one firm in England
by a California grower, a share of them
quite likely to be mailed hack to this
country as "Old Country Seeda."
M. J. Henry, the nurseryman nf Van
couver. while making the production ol
Fruit treei his main line of busiuei, has
been gradually eiptrim.uting in end
growing for several years, MM finds thai
many varieties of seeds can be grown in
B. 0 equally at well or better than in a
warmer climate Hit crop of ths pan
���eisi.ii grown in British Columbia and on
the American Bide amounts to nearly ten
tons
A sample of each variety is planted in
Mr. Henry's greenhouse immediately on
arrival from hii grower, to teit ths per
rentage of growth and no seeds that ihow
i low viatality ire tent out to his many
customer!.
At first Mr. Henry hid to find t market
fnr his stedt with Eastern seed dealers,
but for the last two or three years the
local demand hai been io great that he
had none for eiporl, in fact he could not
fill foreign orderi for to.ia $8 000 or flO
000 wurth of stedt.
Mr. Henry now htt hii seeds on tetl
in hu green houstt, which will be on ti-
hibition through Februtry and March.
In intending purchasers are invited to
call and tee the simplii growing belore
plaoing their orderi.
WATCH
THIS SPACE
NEXT WEEK
GRAND PACIFIC HOTKL, Kamloopa.   Th.
nearest Iwiel lo ihe railway station,    I hi
only covnenient hotel  for travelers.     Oood
rooms, good table, good liquors.    Two larg.
sample rooms.   M, A. HaThar, proasIsUT,
Hood stabling in connection.
ASHCROKT HOTEL The most, convenient
ho'el for visitors in Ashcroft. The best, of
table hoard. Hot ano cold ba'hs. iiiir re-.re
senative meets all trains. Johnson Jc Perkins
proprietors,
-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 Htrathcons and Mount Royal. O. O. If 1.
PRESIDENT. Sir Oeo. A Drummond. K. O. M. O.
VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER,    -   E. S. OLUUSTON
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $1.00  and  upwards.     Interest
credi:ed twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Deharrn, Proprietor.
rUUMKH CITY,  -  ...  11. r
Reedqs���rtert for Summit, Kshhit
in. uii'ain, Tulamesn river, Boulder, Beat
mil Kelly creek camps, (rood Fishing
mil Boating,
P. 0. Address:   Aspen Orore.
NOTICK.
Notice Is herebv liven that 30 days after da'e
I intend to apply to the honorable chief com
miss oner nf lands and works for a special lie
Stat to cut and cam awajr timber from the
following dosrri ed lands. Comniendng ��t a
post, nn the north side nf Mcola lake about one
mile from the shore and nearly opposite snlli
van creek and theme smith 40chains, th nee
west (0chains, thence muih I" chains, the���re
west 80 chains, thence north 40 chains, Ihence
east Mi chains, thenoe north 40 chains, ihence
east 80 chains to point of coiiimsncement.
W. E. BUKN8.
Dm. -nd, 1906.
Nlop ill l In-
ROCKFORD HOUSE
I.OBT. Scorr, Proprietor
vVhen traveling on the Nicola mad
Convenient plice for tmvelers, with (rone
<C-"niiiiodaiion.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
NTOOLABRANCH
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
m
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
First class board and Induing by the
Jay week or month. Every attention
given to the travelling public.
Mm. Rilev, Proprietress.
NOTICE.
Not Ice is hereby given that 30 days after date
I In1 end to apply to the hon. chief rommls-ioner
of lands aud works for special license tc cut
.mil carry away limber from the following described lands, commencing at a post on the north
side of Nicola Lake about one mile from th,
shore and nearly opposite tjiiilchena creek.
Ihence south 40 chains, thence west 40ch*ln��.
I hence south 40 chains, ll.ence west. 80 chains.
Ihence north 40 chains, thtnee east. 40 chains.
thence north 40 chains, hence east 80 rhains to
point of coninienconj.nt.
0. B. MURT'HY.
Ilea -ad. 190..
Abolishes Use of Bible.
Justice John M. Tirney if i municipal
tciirt in tbe Brom, New York hu ibol
ithed the use of the Bible in hii court.
Explaining hit action he ttid:
"I bave removed ths Bible from use in
my court. It wta t desecration to uie it
there. Lying wordt from tht mouths of
witn.Mii made its use a mockery, t
elivetty.
"I now twetr and affirm a witntss with
uplifted bind, but it tetlly htt no signifi-
canoe to my mind. I would prefer to let
every person tell hit or her story without
oath or iffirmition, tnd then dn the belt
I oan toward iiceruininr; the truth."
NOTICE.
Slsty days after date I Intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and wnrks far
permission to purchase 640 acres of mountain
pasture land commencing at a post maiked J.
O. Mcl.'s. N. W. corner ihence s 80 chains,
thence K 80 chains, ihenneN 801 hams, thence
W 80chalns to Initial post. This land 1 e- south
and adjoins preemption of Wm. McNeill and J.
O. McLean lo ihe Aspen Grove locality.
Nicola, Dee.'-, ISO., J. O. McI.KAN
NOTICE
Commencing at a post marked B. H. Trumbull, N. K. corner, being nn the west line of
Ind Keserve near font lee, ���lien running west to
the N K corner of coal location No. 1645 Ihence
*mith 240 rhalns. thence Kast to ind Keaerv*.
thence Nnrth 20 chains thence Kast 10 chtlns,
thence North let) chains, thence Kast 10 chains,
thence North 120 chains to point of commencement, being all the land between coal claims
No s. 1615, 1647. 1649 and the Indian reserve,
Consisting of about 810 acres.
B. H. THUMB. IX. Locator.
B. ��. Argust, Agenl.
Coutlee. B. C Oct 3 1905.
Horace F. Evans
QEOLOQIST
Ashcroft   -   -   8. C.
Mine eliminations tud reports, Oeo
logical eonditions of Thompson River
country t specialty. Disinterested tnd
dspsndtbls reports furniihsd.
Unequalled as a
S<iii|.ifer Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. ,l Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QriLCHENA, B. C.
BLAIR & CO.
-OK.LIU IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES    .ARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Eic.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents ln Nicols for the
ROYAL, and LONDON - LANCASHIRE FIRE IN-URANOE OO.'K
< IIHIV OITIIETT
A. K. ('. 8e. London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, B. C.
Assays and analyses if Ores, Coal and In
diiKtrf���i products.
Man'ples by mill or stage receive prompt
attention.
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres,situated near Douglas Lake, with all necessary implements and also stock. For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. O.
Springbank Ranch, July Uth, 1906.
STEW-AIIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
Also  Oonoral Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   Thursday  lor Nicola Lake,   Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday lor Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
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 THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Wiltsr Cltrk paid Lower Nioola a visit
���u Wsdnas.iv
Joe Smallst wss down from Qu'lcheot
in Wednesday.
L Price wss s visitor to Sicoli on
Tuesday svtoing.
The Nico'a Herald received thii weak a I
box of seeds of variout kindt frost M. J.
Henry, tbe nurserymen of Vtncourer.
Mr Htury is keeping ap to ths times j
and besides attending to hit fruit trees,
flowers, stc, hit font tuto ths ttsd business. Anyniit needing soy klod af vsg.
stable or dower aeed can not do better
than ssnd to M J. Henry, 3010 Wast
minster Rotd, Vtucouvtr.
JUT ���EttlV-.D
Hits Berths Woodwtrd wis _
visitor oa Wednesdsy.
Baelneas Looaia.
If Meveralip  Horte  Shoes  are yoar
���    .  I choice  ootiii'  tud    PLEASE   yourtelf.
���SI/K.S 1 to 6 at F. (i. Paige's, Nioola.
Mrt. D. Mclnnea of Lower Nioolt wit
in towo oo Wednredty.
Jot. R. A Richards wu ia town from
Coutlee oo Wedoeedty.
Jot. Costillion wat in from bit ranob oo
tha Coldwater this weak.
Mra,   Miteo   sod   Mn,   Riley   wtrt
Lowtr Nicolt visitors on Tuetdty.
8. J. Bite tnd R. J. Armstrong wtrt
io Nioolt from Aspen Orora lha first of
tbe week.
The first plowing nf the season wss
done it the Gillie ranch (Laktviaw) on
Tuetdty.
Ott t blsnkst fur your hurts at Berwick't Htrtiest tnd Saddlery. Alto t
itoek of Robes, stc.
A fall stoek of up tu dale goods to
supply tha Harnett and Saddlery
trade of Nioolt district. Call or
lend your orden for
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc.
Specialty made of Cowboy Outfits.
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� . B. C.
Tinoii-- -For 2 sordi of dry wood, 2
enrdi grssn wood to ba cut 18 inches long
Tender! will be received up tu Jao. 98th,
Haiti, tddressed to Dr. Tutill, See Trass,
nf Board of School Trustees, Nicolt,
D ynotrs thinking of building now is
the time to get your orderi cut so at to
hive the lumher dry when the long diys
come tnd the carpenters can wnrk with
pleasure. Remember the ntmt. The
Nicolt Portable Steam Sew Mill.
8. J. Solnman of Blair tnd Co'i, gen-
aril itore at Coutlee wat iu Nioola the
firtt of the week.
Place your ntden with The Portable
Steam 8iw Mill, all work guaranteed.
I 'is- trrived,fashionable moulding knives.
Why need to leave your house unfinished
for wtnt of mouldings.    FHge tnd  (rain
R Gullifnrd of Aipen Orovt left list flo"riD*" of fir,f *���** wi" "ur"w (hrM
wetk for tbt coast to rtceise Hills.II! """" m'A* nf fl,t H�� Window sash
for an injured eye. > mad. to order.
For up tn date job printing aead your
orderi tu the Nicola Herald office.
F.G.PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND IAIiON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class m?nner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
NICOLA, B. C.
M BEATTIE
Aoaooottot, Cotutniiaion, Insuranct
and Oeneral Agent.
MalnHtrest ��� Kamloops
Jnt R. A. Rirbarda and Mn. Riehirds
returned last wa*k from a very pleauat
holiday trip to the coast.
For the best in the harneasand saddlery
line, tee Barwick i latest rnnai_n__ent.
Tbe bad mads daUved the tttgea on
Monday evening, both Princeton tnd
Ktmlonpi sttgei being lilt.
W I, Ooepel, government auditor wtt
in Nicolt last Thursday, having coma
through the 8'mitkemeen.
George Vnrrsv, government agent baa
been more or less nnder the wetther the
pa��t week with an attack nf cold.
Rev. t. W. Pogh of I.yttnn held ter-
vices la tbe Church of Kogland nn Snnday
last, returning home again nn Mondty.
Mr and Mrs 8 afrner are ens.tinf Mr*
end Mrs Armstrong at Liwer Niels,
thev having arrived nn Saturdays Itlge.
.Tsmea Rhaw and Harry RlomWet are
bnsity engaged doing assessment wnrk nn
mining orTiee't owned fey tbt litter in
tht vicinity of Ten Mile Creek.
James Wnndward hss snld hia ranch tn
Rsrelse Honthmna nf Vanenitver. Cant
gtlrlr of f,ow#r TJInnK will take possession
on beba'f of Mr. Bnnthrnna at. an early
data.
A mlnetrel sbnw will be held in Wen's,
gtinrfly, Arrangements ire now beine
sjsde tn Kar* the sbnw gnlng T/*��l
tsleat will demnnstrale tbeir ablll'iet In
thtt line.   Further particnlan later.
M-ssrs A. W 8'rlrHand, nf the Bank
of Montreal, 1, ,T. Bsewiek, hamats snd
aaddle'y. and R'O. A. Fraier nf tbe Ni'.
ola Hera'd have retnrnad frnm a Mn tn
tht 8l_ilkameen nnnntry at far at Hedley,
THE KOOTENAY
STEEL RANGE
la all slissand styles. Guaranteed
article. Our sales have alrredr
more than doubled those of last year
Our leader Is ths 6-hole Steel Range
for $46. manufactured bj McClary
Mfg. Co., also a full line of
Air Tight Heaters
LEEMINGS HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010 Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
H. ���. Urown Work ot Fruit and
OrnanH-ufHl Trees,
Apple Tri e��; 2 and .year olds: lli to ttO per
100. according to varl.tv. One-year-olds, 4 to 5
feet. $IOto|l2 per 110.
Kitia nice stock nf Cherry. I'each, Plum,
Apricots, etA, now growing for fall orders. No
expense, loss or dt���y off uriiiK-i Ion or Inspec
i ion. l*t mo pri< e your list before placing your
oider   Catalog free.
Mrrenhnuse 1'lanta, Floral Work, Bee Hup
piles, Krult Packages, Fertilisers, etc.
M J. HKNRT,
.1010 Westminster Koad,      Vsncouvsk, H. C.
G. n. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
REAL ESTATE        IK SURA NUB
Temporary onW���Stewirt't Stags   Big
NIOOLA. B  C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
0h.ee.-Commercial Block, east of Post Office.
Ktmloopt, B. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Btrrister, Solicitor and   Nottry Public
Office:   Rest nf the Canadian Hank of Commerce, south side of Victoria street, Kamloops.
Money to loan nn real estate security.
Another ranob, with coal rights In the
Otlgbbnorbnnd "f Cnntlee II like'v tn
change hands. Capt. Flick haa charge nf
the negotiation! nn behalf nf ths purchasers who hall from New Wsttmlnitsr.
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and General Supply Agts
���roa���
Mining contractors, farm machinery, buggies
cutters, sleighs etc head for our list nf farm
and mining properties. Report* nn mining nro-
p"rales through the Metric . fable address
"Aurum " Codes: Bromhall, More.ng k Seal
A. H. C. tth.
Warehouse-Csnford. Nicola Valley. R C.
JOHN 0. ADAJR
MININGENQINEER C0AL&0ILE1PERT
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watoh, Clock
tnd .lewelry repairs done in
tirsi class order and sattafac-
tion gusranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed and returned with-
i u' delay
H. ��I. <  .tl.'HM.I. A CO.,
C. 1'. R. Time lnspnclora. Kamloops
OFFICE DIARIES
Every business man
should have one.
POCKET DIARIES
1906 All styles and
prices.
Canadian and Whittaker'sJAlmanacs
Uaeful information for til.
SMITH BROS
IOOKSTORB
K.mil...is ind Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. 0.
All kinds of repair work done io s
neat and satisfactory manner tud io ihort
notice
Horseshoeing
"THE PEOPLES STORE.
Just Arrived'"
A small consignment of
Japanese Matting
Very choice Pattern.
To arrive in 10 days a
carload of
Coarse Salt
Price will interest you.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
" IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.'
SLAUGHTER SALE
MEN'S
HI
o
180 SUITS RANGING FROM $25 TO $7 50 AT COST
Our   if Suits, tailor mad��, for  20 00
Yi 50 Suite, tailor made, French riniih  17 60
20 00   "     goinger  15 00
17 50   "          "       14 6(1
1600   "          "        1260
1260   "         "       1000
1000   "         "       7 50
760   "         *���       650
Sues running from 36 to 44 in all tha latest ityiet.
All Boy's snd Child's Clothing, n1^ off     This is the
largest and finest stock of Clothing ever placed
before the public in Nicola,
Overcoats, Reefers, Mackinaw Coats and
Pants all subject to a discount of 25 per cent
MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR
SPRING SHIPMENT
II, D, Mil) [.(Jill)
Life and Fire Insurance Agent.
ower Nicola,
IVotary Pub'ic
B. C.
OOUTLKB HOTKL
COUTLEE. o C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood BtebUosj In Connection
Telephone Ooonee-oti

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