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THE NIGOLA HERAL
VoL L  No. 33.
NIOOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28,1905.
$2 a Year.
ACTION FOR LIBEL
ART 0__M__ OF 8PBN0BS BRIDOB
TB-tU HS HAS A GRIBVANOB
/
TeJue Offenoe at an Artie* In Th* Hlc
ole HereJd of  December 14th, la
Reference   to Affairs et
8peooeo Bridge
Aihcroft, B.0, 18th Dectmbtr, 1906
Riehtrd fruer, K*q , Nioola.
My D*tr Sir Mr. Art. Cleme* hee
esked me to brins; tclion ageiott you lor
libel end to look into thi crirauiil ree
poneibility for ibt irticlt appearing in
yoor niwaptper uf date, Dec. 14,1905,
being the second edttnritl on pane 2.
Mr. Clemee wat granted hie licencr
end (sell moch eggrlevod thtt t mtn wh
knowt nothing tbout hii p'tc* or tht dif
fioultite of running it ihould make sucl
uncalled for remarks in in editorial
Your* truly 8ti'*&t Hindikson.
The receipt of the above letter has not changed the opin
ion of The Nicola Herald as
to the conditions existing at
Spences Bridge, and if the cap
fits by all means wear it.
The Nicola Herald in a
spirit of "live and let live"
made the item referred to as
moderate as possible and many
a traveler could tell of his sad
experience at Spences Bridge
as to hotel accommodation and
other vices going on.
The main object of the hotels
are centered in the bar room
where drinking is going day
and night every day of the
week. The poor unfortunates
from along the grade joining
in the saturnalia of debaucher
ies and the few dollars they
possessed was greedily taken
by the pickpocket, strong arm
man >r gambler.
Who was to blame? John
Barleycorn was no doudt responsible for more than one robbery or shooting.
In the latter part of Mr.
Henderson's letter it says "Mr.
Clemes was granted his licence
and feels much aggrieved," etc.
The sentence should stop at
aggrieved and the word relieved
placed in its stead.
The letter also states "that a
man who knows nothing about
his place or the difficulties of
running it should make such
uncalled for remarks." The
writer of the remarks has been
acquainted with Spences Bridge
for over twenty years and during the past season it was his
misfottune to be in the place
several times and those visits
did not tend to elevate it in
his estimation.
The difficulties of running
THB V V _ B RAILWAY
Preeldent  Hendry'* __>*_______ of
Whin It Will Oo
A New Wtetainoter dupeteb lUtet
thtt Preiidint Hendry of the Vinoounr
Victorit tod Kaittrn railway, has an-
miunced that tb* new rood will erott th*
Hop* nounttini neir Hope, B. C, fol-
1 wieg tb* Frttet river down to Bomtt,
where en importent rtilwty center will he
ettthliihed, then tlong tht lint of tbr
old Tilt road, Tb* new line will go to
Clovtrdtlt end connect with tbe Greet
Northern reilwey. It hit long been the
hope of the people of Vancouver that th.
Vancouver, Victoria A Eastern wnuk
ernse tht Fraser netr Hope and connect
with the' Vancouver. New Westminster
A Yukon et the north end of the 8quem
ish, hut the present announcsaient downs
ill luchhopee.
BHUeh Politic-
.Spesking in London on Fridty night.
Premier "linntrmtc slid he fevortd
hum* rule but he considered tbe usctl
problem the prime mue of the eempeign
Ht tnnoonced tbtt tbe government bad
leoided to itnp the importsthn of eoolits
Into 8 'oth Africt until th* qutttinn of
immigration om be decided by e 8o*th
African parliament elected by popular
vote.
���tnoouver Polaonlng Ot-*.
Th* polio* on Friday afternoon eraest
ed Mr*. Jackson, widow of th* mtn poit-
ontd t ihort titM ago. Thty also rook in
cberge Mr*. Jon**, mothtr-ia-liw tnd
motbetof Fither whole held et Bltin.
Perjnry it the cherge in ell three
Terrible Doing* in Ruula.
The genertl ttrike le in fall force.
Workmen in ell tbe eitiee here gone out
by hundred*. Moscow it slrttdy cut off
from eoBBuniettion with St. Petersburg.
Tb* Btltie provinc** tr* drenched in
blood.       	
Tbe deeth occurred eerly on Tueedty
morning Ittt of Mr*. Cridgt, wife of tbe
aged biehop of tbe Reformed Epitooptl
Church of Victoria. The let* Mn. Cridgt
wt* born in 1827. Ptrilytii wm th*
mum of detth.
a saloon in a place like Spences
Bridge is to have enough
whisky on hand; hire a man to
dish it out and keep taking the
money out of the cash box
when not watching the booster
of the house cleaning out the
''broke" men. J
Now that the licences have
been granted it would be as
well for the licence holders to
thank their luck and not have
too much publicity given to
what is called first class accommodation and attention.
The following paragraph is
very appropriate at time although happening some time
ago:
A member of the Clemes
family in describing Spences
Bridge, pointed across to Mr.
Murray's place, said: 'That
is heaven," and meaning their
hotel said, "This is hell."
DIAMOND DRILLS
NIOOLA    OOAL   ARD    OOKB    COM
PANT TO START WORK.
Oeorge A Beery Sty* Work Will Com
mence Shortly end Htve Ooal
Reedy to Ship by the
Rail way.
Two diimi.nd drills will ht immedittily
I'irtod on th* work ol prospecting tbe
l��rg* coil ire** of tht Nicolt Coil tnd
Cmipiny it tht Forkt of the Coldweter,
���nd it it the intention of the compiny to
develop the property into t producer as
spidly it possible.
This tnnonncemtnt wee mtdt by Oeo.
A. Begy tnd H. E. Ltrkin of St. Ctth
sriitt, Ont. Mr. Ltrkin ii president ol
tht coil company. Mnsrs Begy tnd
Ltrkin, whilt in th* dittriot Ittt wtek
���<td that arrangements wtrt being made fnr
tht ttirt of diamond drilling. The drills
will be tupplied by the Diemond Dril
Contract Compiny of 8poktnt. One of
the drills is now et Princeton tnd the
other it tt Hedley. Both drillt will be
moved to Nicole coil mctturei within t
ftw wtekt.
Tht Nicol* Coel end Coke company
ownt over nve squere miles of coil mess
urea on tht Coldweter neir the line of
railway tnd ilio claim to still here en
option on the Wm. Chirttri nnch whioh
wu given about two yean tgo.
The Nicolt Coel end Coke Company is
a tuhiidiiry corporation to the Nicole.
Ksmloopt de Stmilksmeen Coel A Best.
wty Company, tnd it It th* charter of
this letter oompeoy whioh it being oted
nn the construction of th* railway from
Sptncet Bridge. The 0. P, R. now eon
trolt thli charter, but the coel oompeny it
not t tubiiditry concern of the C. P. R.
Mr. Begy itittd thtt be expected thtt
work tnini on tbe reilwey would be run
ning into tbe coal properties by Mty next
The opening up of  the Nicole Coil
propertiee i* to be pntbed to thtt thip
ping mty be commenced ti toon tt pot
nblt afttr tht rtilwty it opened (or
trt (Be,
LOCAL NOTBS.
Oeo. Murrey, jr., ie confined  to
houte with t severe cold.
the
W. A. Dodd of Aipen drove wu suiting in NiooU this week.
Mist Wtismutlltr wbo it in cherge of
the Coldweter tchool spent Cbrietmu
ie Nioolt.
R J. Armilrong etmt In from Atpen
Grove thit week-to receive medical it ten
dene* for tn injured knee.
Sidney Smith -returned lut evening
from Vtneouvtr whtr* hi hid been
ipinding Chr-tmss with reltlivee.
Alee D. Micintyrt judge of the eoert
of revUion of eppeel under tbe *���*���*���
tet wu heerlng ippetli today tt the
oourt houu.
A ftmily gtthtrlng took pliee tt Mr.
end Mm. Robert Scott'i horn* it Rockford on ChrUtmu Dty. Th* member* of
th* family from ootildi placet were Mrt
Mertden, Mr. tnd Mn. Aird, Mr. end
Mn. J. A. Scott, end Mr, tnd Mra. W
R. Hum* tnd MUe T. Scott; end W. M.
Leader of Springbink ranch.
HILL  AFTER  OOAL.
To Supply the Oriental Liner* end the
Western Dlrtalon.
A Seattle dupttth says it U believed
by the officers of tb* Greet Northern
thet tbe princtpel object of th* appoint
ment of Loui* 8. Noblt u geologist for
tb* rued it for tht orettion of e depart
ment to examine end report on the coel
fields end ore depoeite in th* Nicol* end
���Similkameen district* tnd Beeundiry
country in British Columbit, whin tbt
(ireat Northtrn hu t road under con
���truction,
When the proposed Bimilktmun tx
teniion wu hrst tnnouneed, it wu given
out thtt tht object of tbe line wu to
open the immeaee eoel fields of thet tee
tion end furnish t source of supply for
the Greet Northern Oriental linen end
he uu of tht roed on this tide of the
mountiint. Tht tests thtt htvt been
made of the coel beve pronounced tbe
coel to be herd tnd of txoellent quality,
tnd it it uid thtr* U practically no limit
to the tupply.
J. B. (iretves of the  Douglu  Lake
Ctttlt Co., wu in Nioolt todey.
Mn. Jtmu Woodwtrd of Lower Nicole
it vititmg with friendi in Nicole.
Mn. Richard* tnd Mra. Mickle were
vieiton in Nicole this wuk from Cootie*.
A muting of the eieeutive committee
of the N. A. A. will be he held on Saturday tveoing et G. A. Lefferty'i
et 8:30 o'eloA.
Jack Hon en Inditn, ehergtd with
epproprieting t bundle of fun from *
Coldweter Inditn, wu todty unt up for
trial et Kamloopi.
Tht luppotition of the dutb of tb*
white men wbo wu found et Spenoet
Bridgt lut wuk point* to murder. The
body wu found tbout sixty fttt down
the benk out of Clemes' Hotel. Tn*
men wu intoiietied when lut ucn ellve.
John McDomld of Otter Vtlley, who
hu bun employed et Cook's eonitruetion
netr Lowtr Nicolt, bed en eocidei.1 thet
Uid him off for ihort timt. While et
work tome rocki rolled down tbe em-
benkment ttriking him in th* betd etui
mg * bed ictlp wound.
Th* carol tinging on Christmas *v< wu
�� grut success tnd proved t pltiitnt innovation for th* inhabitants of NiooU
Tbt wtifi wire royally welcomed tnd tn
terteined by meny of the ratidtnti on
tbeir route. Owing to meny being un
ewtre of the trut in etore for them, e
few ruidentt htd retired for the night,
hut these on hearing the tinging, opened
their window* to thank tht tingtrt for
their splendid effort- 8pecisl thenks
art due to the lediu who to kindly u
compenied the ptrty tnd did to much to
makt tbt tfforti of the Int eerol ilngen
in tbe Nicole Valley a huge success.
"If thit building uvu one boy," wid
Horaoe Men when dedieeting a uhool for
boyi in Niw Engltnd, "it woeld be worth
all It eott."
How muoh did it ooett" isktd a Wind.
"Forty theound dollar*."
'Iio't that rather ntravigint-140,-
000 for ont boy!"
"Hot if it were my bey."
BOOST DONT KNOCK
PUT   TODR   SHOOLDBR   TO   TBI
WHBBL
For ipto dttt job printing lead you
order* to tbe NiooU Herald of ot.
Thia Tear Will Be The Banner Tear
For Nioola Valley.-Boost, Don t
Knock.  Keep   Nicola Tal-
ley to the Front.
Ninteen hundred and six in
the year of our Lord will be
the banner year for the Nicola
Valley.
Therefore let everyone, old
and young, put their shoulders
to the wheel in the endeavor to
advertise the vast mineral and
agricultural resources of the
valley of the Nicola.
We have copper, platinum,
gold and coal yet we lack that
which will bring these minerals
to the surface���capital.
Yet capital will sit astride
the cowcatcher ol the first locomotive that enters our valley
ready to exploit the realms of
Pluto.
Every local man, woman and
child knows that throughout
the district there are thousands
of acres of land well adapted
for agriculture which are now
primeval forest���yet let it be
the aim of each and everyone
to spread the news to our kin
in the east and over sea.
Tell the world of our wonderful climate with its bracing
health giving ozone. If they
come they will see, and Nicola
will conquer.
Let none measure his crops
by the experience of by gone
years for with the railroad will
come an influx that will tax our
resources to the utmost as surely as night follows day.
Don't push your own enterprise solely and only���tell the
truth and shame the devil and
you'll rake in dollars and happiness at the same time.
Come one, come all to Nicola Valley.
Jtmu Nubia t young mm ebon!
30 yun of agt wu killed lut wuk oa
the construction work tbout ten milu
from Sptncu Bridge. He wu employed
on tbe bridge work tnd wuiomidli-
tanu from wh*r* th* blut took place
a rock from wbieh etrnck him in the Md*.
Th* body wu taken to Vancouver, the
Briekleyen' and Mewne' International
Union having chtrgi of the funeral.
Word wen received lut night of tht
death of Hon. Mr. Pnfontaln* whioh oo-
curred et Parle on ChrUtmu day, Mr.
Pnfontaine visited Britiih Columbia tbi*
year and wu highly thought of. THE  NICOLA   HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thurtdty
���ubecrlptlon. In Advance, e- a Tear
N1001-, B.C. InicewntB'-. lSOS.
GOOD INTENTIONS.
I he old year wanes apace,
for Monday next will be the
lirst day of anno domini 190b
Many well meaning men and
women, upon each succeeding
New \ ear's day, proclaim from
the house tops their intent to
commence life anew���dating
their intentions from the birth
of the new year.
Alas for the failty of human
nature very few of these good
intentions bear the test of time
or are strong enough to break
the habit of a lifet.me.
Some forswear whisky and
all other alcoholic drinks, yet
succumb to the first offer of
liquid refreshment made wht n
good company is around���are
in fact, laughed out of their
good intentions. Others cast
aside the fragrant weed, burn
pipes and all other appliances
connected with the worship of
My Lady Nicotine, only to be
come a more .ardent votary
than before���adding thereby
one more stone towards paving
the streets of Hades.
Upon New Year's eve the
lazy mtn announces to all am!
��� <%<%^*%<*<*'rtje%'(*jcwjCw<ww
Christmas     j
Shopping
By Mail
Write or telephone, a description of what yoo would like to
give, and the price ynu are willing to pay, and we will send
you the desired article by return mail, or express. The
following list comprises t few,
of our many desirable
Xmas Gifts
Dressing  (' ises, for |���oVh or
Gentlemen, in many stylet.
Manicure Sets,  of leather, fit
ted with Ivory, Ebony, Bone
or Silver.
Waterman1! "Itt-il" Fountain
Puis, Plain or with Gold or
Silver Mounts.
XmsH Perfumes from all the
leading Frond). English and
American linkers. Each bottle
in sn attractive case.
Cnllsr and cuff hnies, Jewel
holes, Purses, Hand Bags
Shopping Bigs, Brushes, all
kinds, Mirneit, Fmcy Perfume Atom 'zers, Bfbles, Prty-
er Bieeeks. Hymn Bunks, Bonks
for Children, and Books for
Grown Op*. Xmas Cards and
Calendars
-THS-
MALLERY DRUG CC
NOTICE
To Hunters .
Notice) is hereby given thet huntii.g or
shootinf on the property of the D.iuglas
Lak* Cattle Company is forbidden. Any
person or persons hunting or shunting
���ni the above property will he prosecuted
under the sections of the Game Act.
J. B. Gativis.
x' ESTABLISHED 1882
MNCETOIf ���a_*______f____ mcoi ���
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
__t
\zsgm3.
KAMLOOPS,  A8HCROFT,  YALK AND
SIMILKAMF.KN MINING lilVlh
IONS OK YALK DISTRICT.
MOTICK In herein given that all placer min-
x~ Ing claims legally held in the Kamlooi>s,
Ashe infi. Vale slut Hiinilksmoen Minlritf Div
������Ions will he laid over from the 1st dav of
November ensuing to the M day of May, 19UG.
0. 0. TCN'STAl.L,
Onld Commissioner.
Kamloops, October 16th, 1MB.
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
LIMITED
_A:/LOOP8,    :
13. C.
KAMLOOPS.   NICOLA  AND   PRINCETON
|.-t_rlMlTTT DleTBIOT-
NOTICK in hereby given thntCourtof Revls
on and Ap eal under the "Assessment Act
1003", for tat Kamloops, Nicola and Princeton
Assi'ssment, Districts, will he held at-
The Court House, Kamloopa, Monday, Dec.-
18th 19115, at II a.m.
The Court House, Nicola, Wednesday, Dec.
8th 190.1 atll a. m.
The Court limine, Princeton, Saturday, Dec.,
t*-����_'*_'la>e_'\>e>e>*_'C> ��_'��-��� ���  ���** at ll a. m.
Dated ac Kamloops, Nov: 151 h, A. I). 1905.
CHURCH SERVICE
Preshyterlan Church, Nicula Lake:   Ser
vices every saiiOalh al II a.m. and 7:3U p,m,;
bibleclass and Sabbath .'school, '���30p.m.
Rev. Of.ohok MasoN,
Presbyterian Pastor,
Rev. John I'yk,
Methodist Pastor.
Methodist Church. Lower Nicola; Divine
service every lord's Day ut 3 p.ru. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school at I p. in.
John Pvk,
Methodist Minister.
G���ikiik Mason,
I'resliyierian Milliter
rhurch of England.-Church of .���.*. John
sundry that he will eschew all j Morning Prayer*-*; Bab communion n a.m
, , , .    . Veil. Aiiliilei'on Small.
vices and work eary and   ate -veal*. Prayer, T.u
RKV. WM. GOV1KR.  ,
AUK. D. MACINTYRK,
Judge of said Court.
To test how many read our advertisement we will sell
for the next ten days our
Orange and Lemon Peel at 20 c, a lb.
I he 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
u Wu b
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Estate of
ANTOINE GODEY,
NICOLA
PRINCETON
FOR SALE
during the years that remain to
him only to jump at the first
snft snap that is offered to him
���salary fifteen dollars a month.'    A Stock Ranch containing
The   politician   promises a!4740 acres,situated near Doug
.   c . .        .las Lake, with all necessary ltn-
not too wakeful conscience that   ��� i  -, _   '��
plements and also stock,     for
he will use his best endeavors Uftjqilgn apply to
to forward the interests of the
VV. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. O.
Springbank  Ranch, .I117 14 h, l'.i05.
TENDERS will be received hy the under-
igned for Hie purchase of the Cattle, Horses
end other personal properly, and the real es-
lute of the leiie Anininie Godey.   Terms cash.
Particulars thereof neay lie obtained from
Peter Marquart, Nicola, H. 0.
AIM I). MACINTYRK,
Oftlical Administrator, Conn') of Yale,
Kllllll'leip-..    H.   C
NOTICE.
NOTICE [SH-REBY U1VKN that an application will he made In Ilie I.egisleiti vc Assembly
nf the Province of Hriiish Columbia at its next
Session for an Act to incorporate a company
with power to acquire, purchase, conatruot and
operate the undertakings of the Vancouver
and Coast -00*0*1 Railway Company; the
illierni andCowichan Railway Compeay; ������
Kainl'inps and Mhn Railway < ompeay; the
VIielway eind Vernon Uailway Coinpanj.aeid to
���iquiie all the rights, power! and privileges
��� f the said companies; and with puwor to
���xercise all Ihe powera enntained in the act- of
Mine examination, and  reports,    Geo ' i'^'Wa ion   of   the said   co���,pa���ies; with
iinwer to   acquire, purchase,  construct and
logical   conillti.iies   of   Thompson   River .nperatethe u���d,.r, kings of any other Rail
country  a sieecialty,   Disinterested  and 1 way Company  or  Companies;
depei.rlal.le reports furnished. \*ai   with   Pow"  w    **ttttm>t   N   *��"
purchase the stinks, bunds, debein tires or other
s curlties 'ef smother Railway CoiniMiiy; and
in exchange Ihe stuck or oilier bonds, de-
iienl tires nr any other si���������untie-, of lhe cinnpany
lo be incorporated, for the shares, de
Mtor t, be���at erotller Neuritis nf any other
Horace F. Evans
GEOLOGIST
Ashcroft    -   -    8. C.
province only to forswear himself when he finds such a course
detrimental to his income.
Yes, good intentions like the
measles are the lot of everyone.
Yet measles are as a rule the
scourge of innocent childhood,
while good intentions are prolific crop annually 'twixt Christmas and New Year.
Start the New Year by
promising little to yourself or
others, do your best under all
eisnimctinrpi:      aknua     ',11     ,1/,   '""' Reaerr* near f'oinlcc, hen running west 10   Hallway Company; aipl with power to InceM
1    "' OO   Uwti K corner. fciiHllnealiein No. 1615 Ihene. : ,|,e capital ..fill
METROPOLITAN
MEAT flARKET
NICOLA LAKB, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout the District re: ive cuefiil Hit tion and promptly delivere*
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
 -AM-*   POOLE* '__^_^ ���     ���     ���      Proprietor
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
AN DREW. 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.
MJ-riCE
Commencing at a post marked H. If. Triim
N. K. corner,   being nn Ihe  west linn of
leser.e nearCou'lee.'hen running westii
I K corner if eiml lis-ali'iri No. IRIS theni'e
-mull 240 cliiiiii-, iheine Ka-i tolnrt Reserve
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that fjOdays after date
I inlend lonpnli In III" Hun. the < hief Co'e.
niMonrrof Lands nd Winks for permission
to purchase I lie folio* ing described I snd -ii ual-
ed on* mil*and one half N of Hie Lower Nicola
post ortlce.
io111 . ete���- at apost marked C. ��. thence VV
forty chains, theme* South fn ly 'hains. Ihence
Kast furl) chaine, Ibeiiue .North le point of
eomiiieni e'liuiit and cimia nil g forty acres
lie reor les-e.
Dated st Lower Nicola this 21st day of September, IWI5.
C FLICK.
1 'oiniiiiny to tie   iiii'iiitiiralld
i -011111 Z4ti cliiiiii-. ineii'i'r.a-i iinim iteserve, 1 " ,       ,- . ,,     ..
linto Others aS yOU WOUld   haVe hlwr>fs North ��oniln�� thenc* tr_��i   in chains,   and with power to issue tmmtttmj paid up;
iheni't-Noilh le'iehaiiis. Ihence Kast. 10 chains,    tnd Ui boriow money nn lhe conipaiiies assels
others do unto you
An exchange says: Learn
this one thing; learn it early in
life and learn it well, that a man
who does not believe as you dt
,1, i.eeNeir I, ���.'.e.,in, !,,������intof cumin, n.'i-   . (or,���  (/, B,.,,lr���      ���,���.  wiU,      ������ to
inenl, being a'l ihe land between ooal claiuie.     J     '
N'o.s.   llil.i, 11117. IIU'.I and Ihe Indian reserve,   promote .any Hallway <'onip*ny or Companies,
I onsisting of alsiul lilll acre-.
II H. fill Mlll'LL. Locator.
H. ��  Irgusl. Agent.
Coutlee, B. C. Oct. I IHUS.
NICOLA
��   . 1     i     ne fact PORTABLE STEAM
that you hold views not in accord with your neighbor is not
proof positive that you are
right and that he is wrong, nor
is it any evidence that your
neighbor is insincere. If this
were not true, then all smart
men would belong to one party
and )ne church, And if .dl belonged to one party and one
church they would break up
both party and church.
SAWMILL-
It prepared to take contracts for
sawing lumber  and  netting out
timher,
Uenrral Mill contrarte i:*ocni<-il
PRICU-I MIIIIKItATK
Partiei wishing work can  have lame
promptly attended to hy applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Nicola, B. C.
Le ne tour orders with N. I. Barwick,
f"r umber who it tgent fnr the Nicola
Portable Steam Saw Mill he cm help you
plan out in order.
or tn amalgamate wild any eoinjany or rum
panics anil ��� it h all lite   oilier and in <e*__���)
peewe re., : < ne to lliecarryingoui of lhe Company'sunder akings.
Dated at Victoria. H.C., this 22nd day Of
November. WAX
KiiHKItrsuN k ROB-RTWN,
Hulicltors"for the Applicants.
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HKKKHY OIVKN that an ap-
'loatlon will b* made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Hrlti-li Columbia al
its next Session fur an Act extending ihe time
within which the Vancouver and CoaM Koot*
niy Hallway company I us, to complete its line
off���-Way, and ent|ioWerlng the said Kailway
company to build from some point on its line of
railway to bailee** in IU I'rovinoe cf Hriiish
Columbia.
Dated at Victoria, 8. C, this 22nd day of
November, 1905.
ROBKRT30N k RORKRTSON,
Solicitors for the applicants.
NOTICK.     '
Sitty days after date I inlend lo apply lo tne
Chief commie-sinner of lands snd norksfor permission 10 p rnhaertMiacres inoiiuisin pasture
iaiid.ilescnliid asf Hows:  commenrineal po-t
Nil. 1. VI   K. 'I he line's S   K. corner, thin  ''  N ��l
chains, thenee ti siiehslns, thwiee s p)*i hains.
tlienee K *i rhaln>,   The hint i- situated In
lltier Vallrysnd adjoins ��.. Ii.sld s iue-enipii"ii.
19thOot. IK- M. K TIIYNNK.
_-.     O-    F
rinCIITNIi'tlLA, No P-H, A.O. ��.. meet.
second mill fourlli Friday in Mob rnnnttt
st8p.ni.,ln I'oolej's Hull. ��� Visit im; brelliiet,
cordially invited.
Hie. A. Kit*"1*".���*'��� R-
A. H. Cahhisoton. Sec.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1892-1906
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
Rev. W. ,1. Sipprkll, B, A', B.D.
Rev. J. P BowKi.L, Buritr.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing a specialty.
NICOLA  LAKE, B.C.
Niiti
ce.
Notice is hereby given that within sixty days
from dale I intend making appllcatloo lo ths
ilou. Commissioner of Laud, and Works for
ueriiiMnn n purchase 320 acres of pa-turr Isi.d
111 thp ICineliieeps ivision of Yale Distriel;
situaiin as follows; < onimencirig at a stake at
'lie'S W corner<<f th* land; running iheucf
h���s|. SU iliaiiis. Ihence North 40 rhaliiM. thence
(Tes il chains, thenc* .-sou li III chains. u> the
point of ciiuiluilici'iiient.
Geo. Hunt.
8*plem,ber, !t, >Mw,
A complete c immercial and husiness
course. .Studeiits prepaied to gain teach
ers certificates of all grades. In uuiver
sity work a foil course fur the B. A. degree of Toronto University.
Instruction given in Music, Art, Phyi
cil Culture and Elocution.
Send fir Calendar.
Notice.
Noli��� is heerehy gl> wi ih.il, within sixty days
feeiin d ,',-1 in' i.l naking appliealion to lhe
Hon C n.is-i-iiei oflaiiilr and works for per
ml*-inn in pii-ilis-itllii acres of pasture land in
lhe Kmielooi 1 Division of Vale Uisii-jri. siuialed
tl fetlowai I'miiiiieniingat s stake at. lhe N.W.
i-ure.er of Indian unserve on Quilchena Creel.
niiiieiiig tieetee ^oeith Kl chain., (heme West
WI.halts. 11.��n.ee N-rthWi chains, ihenre hart
Wcnam-e olhv piunt of cmnniencenient.
T. H. JONKS.
Scomber. 30th. 1905.
Subscribe for the Herald, |2 per yetr.
Notice.
Notiii) is eerebr given that within 80 day>
frnin date I Intend making application to the
Hon. ('.ononis.loner of Lauds and Works fur
perei'is-lon r.. purchase' 3(10 acres more or less nf
mountain pattnre laud in Ihe Kamloopa Divis
ii.,H'ef Vale District, HimsUd as follows, com
metclng ittaaiS���110 chains W. of the N. K.
i-���rni-rot seei. 10 I'. 100: innuing thence K, SO
chains, 'heme N. 40 chains, thence K. 40 rhalns,
thence N, 4.5 ithsiiis more or less tn Slunip 1���kf
ih.nee s W-. sMng the K btnk of Stump Uke
lUu chains lo Ihe point of caimmecc���cat, cop-
uiniiu SOI acres more or less. Also; oommenc
lug st S. K corno'' of L 999 O. 1 thence North
1.175 chains, t hence Kast 40 chains.Ihence 8outl
Is chains to the N, bank of Slump Lake, tbene*
West along Stamp Uke 40 chains to the point
of commencement, containing HO seres mors
or less.
-_,r_u___
Septemher, Nth, WH. THE NICOLA HERALD
8UBTDAY 0B8_R VANCB.
B*t. Akeb-rat of Kamloop* Write* on
th* Subject
Tbe following tppcirs in the Ktmloopt
6'tndard of recent dele: Detr Sn,���
There hive been cent to me forms of
petition* to Ih* senate tnd ci.inmoni of
('ami's seeking tb* enactmeut of legit
jatneii on Sunday obtervtnee Mty 1 be
permitted spice in your pspi r to explain
why I am unable to sign these or canvas
for signiturn. Thete in.lioes u.ust bv
taken in coontction with the enacting
clauses of the law which 1 he Dominion
Lord'* Day Alliance it alreuii'iualy ad
vocating. These petitions, besides uiak
ing illegal the Sunday indulgence in imny
innocent recteatiom, will deprive mat)
working pe< pie of the only <epportunity
they now enjoy of spending a few hours
in tbe hetlthful open air of the country,
snd a.e eicapn.g for ��� brief spell iht soul
detdening surroundings of iheirdtily life.
Thisict will not prevent the nob from
using their own carriages, busts and any
other cooveyaucet, or from employing
their d> mettio servants on tha Lid*
Day, but the poor who cannot afford such
possessions, tud htve few, if toy oppor
tunitiei other then Sundty of using
public conveyinctt fur pleasure will
be .cleaned from doing so on thai
_��y. Must we conolude thtt hired ter
rice ii for the noli t necessity, but for the
p <or t desecration of the Sabbath. Ia it
just to refuse a public concession of those
kinds of recreation to the poor which the
rich hive long liken without limitation
Above ill ii it wiie to multiply reitrict-
tioni and requirement! beyond what Is
essential, when wt know 'hat nioi �����
hemmed in break the artificial harrier ,
tnd in doing so with t sense of guilt he
come htrdened snd prepsred Id transgress
commandment! of dtviue and eternal
obligation. Let us in all lnvful and n
pediept ways try to ensure to every man
his weekly day of reit, though that may
not in all cases nr on all oocasions coin
cide with the Sunday. By ill meant lawful let ua try to letd men t<> what we he
lieve i right olibvrvence of ihst dty. But
It Christians we hsve no r ght to go fur
ther thtn St. Ptul did wt.en "one man
esteemed one dty above another," whih
"Another esteemed every iWy soke," the
apostle only laid, 'Let every unit be
fully persuaded in hit own mind.1'
Much of the work of the L. D A. 11
commendtlile, but their oropnsed law in
its present form seems nei her adriiable
nor just, and to iign their petition,
though very general iu form, ��outd signify approval of the law.
Thanking you for your toitrteiy, yours
truly, H. S. Akehukst.
NOIICIC.
N .tice ii hereby given that I will not
ba responsible fur my debts or account!
contracted in my ntme with- ut a written
order tigued by myi-f.
r. g. Piim.
NicsjJi, 18th Dec. 19(16.
NOI1UK.
Notice is herebv u iven I hat 30 days after dtte
I inlei'd tospply to the honorable chief Cornell��� oner of ]*Dd* and works for a special lie
��� nse incut und corry away timber from the
following de-cri ed lands, i "nmitni ing at a
po-t on the north side of Nicola lake about one
mile from the eh re and nearly opposite Sulh
vaucnek and Iheii e -��� uth 40e hains. th fee
��esi 40 an*, the'i e louih t�� chains, thence
west 8011<�� ns thence nor h 40 cba na, ihence
��� ast 4n chains, Ihence none 40 chats-,thenoe
east SO chsins io point of commencement.
W  I. HUKN8.
Dec. ltnd, 1906.
NOTICE
Notice is henby given 'hat 30 days after date
I in end to apply In to hon. chief enmiiils-loner
"f 1 oiii* and wink* f,*r special license tocut
��� ndcar-y away litnliei frnin the followingdes-
cil ed lands, couuieenenVf si a post on the north
side of Nicola lake about one mile from the
-hore and  neaily opposlie Qullelirna creek.
hence s'Ulb 4n ��� haois. il.eiece west 10 chains,
thenceseinh 40chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 4u chains, thence mini 4n chains,
i heme nteiiii 4'' chain-, thence cast 80 chains to
��� e.eiin Of I e,Milne lie e Inenl.
O. B. -LHPI1Y.
lie ISllel. 1905.
NOTICE.
50 HEAD COWS & HEIFERS
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to January
7th, for the disposal of 50 head
f breeding cows and heifers.
Sale reserved.    R. H. Winny.
Nicola, Dec. 7th.
NOTICE.
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to the
'���hief commissioner of lands and work- for per
mission to nurchtse 40 acres of lend described
is foll'iws, sta'ting from tbe northwest coreer
of I Ait 07 0 1. in Utter v*���ty and running e��st
In chains to ' he norl beast corner (if IjOI 07, O. 1,
ihencii north 10 chains, thenc-west 40chains,
ih nee south 10 ohains to post of '���ommince-
en nl. J. O. THYNNK.
Hated 9th Dec. 1905.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOP8, B. C.
All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in itock.   Wedding presents * specitlty.
Firtt el*** repairs done on short notice
tnd returned et once.
THE PLACB TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR &T0BAGC0 STORE
KAMLH0P8
full stock of Domes'lc and Imported fllgtrs
and lhe best smoking tobacco always on baud
Drop in and enjoy a quiet game of HUH .rds.
Agent for the Pioneer Steam 1���undry, Vtocou
ver.  Laundry ahipoed every Hai urday.
IIOTIXN
���XJONTItKAL HOTKL. Kamloops, Napoleon
X1X ���atremouille, proprietor. First class ii
every particular. Good wines, Liquors and
cigars.  Btabling in connection.
ITAMLOOI'H HOL'SK, P. Herod, proprietor
x��. Hest stock of wine", liquors ami cigars in
the Interior. Just the spot fora nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. When in 'Kamloops
call In.
GRAND PACIFIC HOTKL, Kamloops. Th.
nearest hat d to t be rail way slat Ion.   Thi
only covnenient hotel for travelers.     Good
rooms, good table, good liquors.    Two larg.
sample rooms.   I'. A. Harnhart, proprietor.
Good stabling in connection.
ASHCROFT HOTKL The most convenient
hoi el for visitors in Ashcroft. The best of
table hoard Hot ana cold baths. Our re re
sentalive meets all trains. Johnson It Perkins,
proprietors.
�� IIICIS. 01 THKTT
A. R. O. ?c. Undon.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, D, C,
Assays and analyses ot Ores, Coal and In
dust rial products.
families by mail or stage receive prompt
attention.
Lot* of Fun
It's great fun to run t newspaper���you
���rill ntrer know how much, until you try
1 yourself says an editor. 8o juit uke
Oir word for it ti to the real iport and
amusement eon eected therewith. Soma
times, too, there is some money, but that
ii the lut thing t newspaper mtn tikis
iii'o considerttion. Primarily, t news
paper it never tterted with tbit object in
view, -ditori end newapapermtn ne
uiutlly weathly tnd tre ilwtyi philanthropist!. Tht piper ii publuhtd purely
��� nd limply to boost their friendi, the
town in which it ia published, the com
munity it represents, tnd gives the editor
in opp. -'unity to "ihoot off hii mouth',
on imports t subjects on which ht otherwise might hive no opportunity. An
editor's mind ia free from cirt or trouble,
tint* hi* own station in life is irrtvootbiy
and forever mad* and established. Hav-
obtiined the goil of his itnbitiont, it rt
mtint for him to boott the town, ill en
terpriset, itt public institution!, ptoplt
< tnd prirttecitizens. However when the
people don't know whit thty wtnt -or,
rather wben they tre divided among thtm
selves, then thit boosting beenmei t deli
cite matter. Tbe booeter is liable to get
booited���b'll It turned looee, it etuet
to be fun to mn t newspaper, tnd ont
lians to the conclusion thtt he might at
wall b* doing business for filthy lucre.
WHEN       ��
CHILDREN^
MOULD Wm
WEAR     '^
OLAJJEJI^,
A child wbo it old enough to
itudy it old enough to wear
glasses. Do not chance marring
the life of the child by neglecting the tight. Eyeitrtin always
renders study difficult and ultimately injurei both body and
mind. Glaitet are not ex-
pensive.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Deharro, Proprietor.
TULAMEEN (JITY, ��� . ��� ��� B. C
Headquarter! for Summit, Rabhiti
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Bear
and Kelly creek camps, Good Fishing
tnd Butting.
P. O. Address:   Aspen Orove.
Ntop nt the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Robi. Scott, Proprietor
When  traveling  on  the Nicolt road.
Convenient piece for travelers, with goon
accommodation.
-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
UT NORARY PRESIDENT
Rt Ron. Lord Stratbcona and Mount Royal, O 0. M O,
PRESIDENT,        -        -        -       Sir Oeo. A. Drummond. _. O. H. tt).
VICE-PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MAN AOER,    -  H. S. CLOUSTON
Head Office -Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $1.00 and upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
NIOOU A   BnANOII
A. VV. 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. 0
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKK, B.C.
Fint clan board and lodging by the
day week or month. Every attention
itiven to tho travelling public.
Mrs. Riuy, Proprietress
Rosedale flolise, L.oWer T\Ticola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.      -      ���      -
S. J. WOODWARD
Too  need viiitinit cardi.   Get your
tupply at Ihe Nioola Herald office.
MALLEK YDftUG CO
KAMLOOPS
Unequalled as a
Suipujer Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
LjniLCHKNA, B. C.
BLAIR & CO.
-DKALKRS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents ln Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON - LANCASHIRE PIRB INSORANOB 00. _
STEw-i RT'S
MCOLA AND PRINCETON
teal II, Express
Also General Livory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
SrAGES
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 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
A Hippy New Yeer.
Business Locale
D, M. French left on Friday morning
(or l'rinceieeii.
Smoke Interior or Le Morena Cigtri.
Mtrcui Woodwtrd -for chetp lumber.
Seed oeti tnd
H. Winny.
wheet for tilt by II.
Thomu Hunter lift for Princeton oo      For  chetp   lumber   go   to   litrcui
Tueediy morning. Woodward
Jul. Orahtme of Forktdilt wtt t vin
tor to Nicolt thii week.
R. Trodden foreman on railway bridgn
ipent Chriitmai in Nicola with rtltlivei.
N. J. Birwick hia hia iktte thirpeninp
machine in running shape tnd no one
need now ute blunt akatei.
0. A. Laffcrty accouniant in thi Bank
of Montreal, anil Dr. Sergeant, left for
Vancouver this morning an t thort viiit
Mayor Steven* nf Kamloops hai an
nounced his intention to stand for elec
tion again. Hii opponent will be M. P
Gordon.
On Friday evening a large number attended the slating rink when a very en
joyalile evening was spent skating. Re
treBhmenti were served.
R. A. BainVulge, C I , was at Contlee
laat week looking over ihe constructor
wnrk, he having taken charge during the
ibnence of Mr. Camhie.
George B. Armstrong and Mrs. Arm-
lining iccompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Barclay B<>nthn>ne nf Vancouver wert
visitor* to Nicola on Monday.
Tranlt Lambert had the misfortune on
Saturday to cut hia font while choppinv
wood While not very ttfioM he if n��>
able to get around very frisky.
Ven Archdeacon Small of Lyltnti will
conduct morning praver and tbe celbra
tion of Holy Communion in the Church
of England on Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Mayor Bigger of Hamilton, Ont., ha��
Igain been re elected maveir of that city
by acclamation. Mayor Bigger it s
brother-in law of Mra. A. E. Howae til
Nioola and Geo. B. Armstrong of Lower
Nicola.
The Christina" tree entertainment in
Pooley's hall on Friday evening was w.l1
attended by old and young, and after ��
well rendered program by the children
Smta Claus mails his appearance and die.
triliuled the presents from the tree and
gladdened the hearts of the young ones
On Christmas afternoon a ve-y inter
esting hockey game was played nn the
rink between members of the club. A
large number of spectators were in ttten
dance tnd thoroughly enjoyed the match
Wa understand another gtmt will be
played on New Year'l day.
Ordin for lumber promptly filled by
Marcui Woodwtrd.
A fine selection of Christmtt cirds it
Tht I'eoplc'a Store.
Lower N'colt water power ttw mill,
owned by Marcus Wood ward.
When you want a good smoke aik for
the Interior or La Meirena Cigar, manufactured   by the   Inland   Cigar Factory.
Kamloi'pa.
Ott i blanket for your hurts it Bar-
wici'i Hiroeis and Suldlery. Also a
���lock of Rolies, etc.
Send your lumber orderi to Marcui
Woodwtrd at Lowtr Nicolt.
If ynu art thinking of building now ��
r,he time to get yi'iir orders cut io as ti
have the lumber dry ��hm the long _at<
���ome and the carpentera can work wit!
uleaiure. Remember the name, Thi
Nicola Portable Slum Saw Mill.
For the best in the harneesand saddler)
line, let Berwick's latent consignment.
Place your outers wph The Portable
���Steam Saw Mill, all work guaranteed.
Ins' arrived,faahinMhli i nalalng kni*- ���.
Why need to lea*e your hnU"�� unfinishee
for want of mouldings. E<lge and gran
flooring of first quality, will outwear thr,"
Hours marls of Hat grain. Window __l
made to order.
For up lo date job prmliig lend  yo
order!to (he Nicula Herald office.
John C. Adair, M. ��,., has returned
from the coast and will remain in Nicole.
for some time awaiting tbe arrival of east
em parties who he will ihow over coal
lands.
The children cf the Coldwater school
held a Christmas tree in the school house
on Friday evening, when I goodly num
ber of presents were distributed to a
happy peo| le.
Barclay Bonthrnne tnd Mn. Bonthrone
of Vancouvrr spent teveral dayi it Lowtr
Nicola recently and are much impressed
with i Ins lection of the province tnd may
probably take up their reiidence the eom
ing season in the valley. Mr. Bonthrone
who ii interested in mining properties
was called to Mexico to Inspect propertied
there but will return to Nicula in t ihort
time again to look over properties
THE KOOTENAY
STEEL RANGE
In all alien and slylm. Guaranteed
article. Onr sales have already
more than doubled lb������ of last year
Our leader Is the (I hole Steel Range
for $45. n annfiu-lured by McClary
Mfg. Co., b'iii a full line of
Air Tight Heatere
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOI'S
Ci. H. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
HEAL ESTATE        INSURANCE
Temporary e.ttic.-- Stewan's  Suge   Rl^
NICOLA. B  C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c
Official Administrator
Office.���Co'imiere-ial Hles-k. east of Post Office.
, Kimloops, H. ('.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,   Solicitor and   Notary  I'uMii
Ofllce:   Kast laf ihef'snadlan Hank nf Cuin-
nierre. soulh side of Victoria street, Kaailoop���
Money to loan on real estate security.
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agte
���kok���
Mining contractors/farm machinery, bugglrs.
cutter-, sleighse'C bend for our list i f farm
and mining properties. Keiiorts on mining properties through the District, Cable address
"Aurum." Codes: BrOmhall, Morcng k Keel,
A. H. C. 4th.
Warehouae-Canford, Nicola Valley, B. C.
JOHN C. ADAIR
MININGEMGINEER COAL &OILEIPERT
Ii prepared to examine coil properties
and furniih reports, on same. Termi to
��ui�� til.   Addreu: J, 0 Adair, Nicolt.
jini  itmmi)
A full atock of up to-dtti goods to
tupply the Harneti and Saddlery
trade of Nicolt district. Call or
teod your orderi for
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, etc.
Specialty made of Cowboy Outfit*.
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� ��� B. C.
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIA3E AUD WAliON 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 QtUnl Agent.
Vain Street ���      -      Kamloops
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010  Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
I,ft a.r��>��n Stork of I'riiH anil
Oi ullllll nlnl IfDMh
Apple Trees; 2 and 1-year olds: HI in $20 nee
DO. accimluiK 10 va'ioiy. One-) ear-olds, 1 lo -
���jet. llOtolUpwrWd
Kxl'a Dice ��took of Ch'rry. I'each, Plum
iprlco���. etc., now g'owiiiK fcrfeill orders. Ne
xpense, loss oi delay of fuBilge1 kra or inspec
mn. Lei nn-ni e your list bt!lore|jI--iii|< you
��� der   I'litalon free
llrrtnhousi I'lanta, Floral Work, Bee Su|.
elies, r"ruit IVkaKcn, Fertlllltrs,etc.
M. J. HKNRY.
lino Wesiniiiiiicr lload,       ���.'ANCeirvrnt, H. ('
WATCH REPAIRING
All liaal ol Watch, Cluck
and ,le-elry nti'tirs done in
first class order and sahsfac-
tioii |u.ranii-ed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
0o���pitted and returned with-
oin del ,y
IT. n. < lUi'K-M. A <o.,
('. P, It. Tom- In-|iecl0r��. Kinieloops
ft REMEMBRANCE
ATA SMAhlr COST
r r tbe fneiiil.at home or abroad.
You caiiii"! si'iiil tlii'iu a inure in-
ten-mug Xmas remembrance than
Book of B C Views
View Xmas Cards
Souvenir Poet Cards
See Our  Selection of Goods
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
K .min", h ami Viinoii
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER Nl' OLA, B. C.
All kinds of repair work done in a
neat and satisfactory manner and in ihor'
notice.
Horseshoeing
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Is nearing the end and I
beg to take this opportunity of thanking the
public for their generous
patronage. It has been
the banner year with us.
Our motto will be a
"greater trade than has
been" for
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SLAUGHTER SALE
MEN'S
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180 SUITS RANGING FROM $25 TO $750 AT COST
Our $25 Suits, tailor made, for  |20 00
822 50 Suits, tailor made, French finish   17 H
2(1 00   "     Ruing ��t   In -I
17 M
15 00
12 50
10 00
7 60
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7 60
6 00
S u* running fom .'15 t" 44 la ad ihe' latest slyies.
All Boy's snd Child's Clothing 33^ off      This is the
largest and finest stock of Clothing ever jelacd
before the public in Nicula.
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
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Life and Fire Insurance Agent
Lower Nicola,
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INotary Public
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0OUTUEE HOTEL
CuUTLEE. li C.
Jos. Ridrap(is,     -     proprietor
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Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
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