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Vol. I.  No. 18.
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TOM < W A
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NICOLA, B. C.( THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1905.
warm ...     I;   ���-*,- '-' ��U   ��� -    - ���!.     /'    _______���
-   -���*:
$2 a Year.
i ,:Me.ic|. '     - '
RAL OLAl^q.lN.im^ASraff.
OROVE CAMP
'.VlJj*_   Were    Bowl erl    Hy   Call fora In
*n Will Be Taken Up.  Principal
i Nioola UJokIiik U��nJ.   W.rk
, ;fi Comma*���. *_6   >Jfl��*
TlB Tom Cat group of niiiii'ral claima
in tfl Aipen Grove  camp.
LOCAL
I    II ...
NOTES.
ARRANGEMENTS FOK MUSIC
Happenings in Nicol* and Throughout
th* Dlitrlct.
Robert Scott  of   Rickford,    w��i   in
Nicola Wednesday, i,
���   ,       in, ,���,||      H    I     I    |.)l|f|     .,     .
.James Woodward  md. fife were i
Nicolt nn Tuesday.
> ttJi.fc__U_'
_______
Mr. tnd Mra. TanniHill, of Coldaprmt
ranee are nailing in Nioola. Itfl
Murray,  of
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and
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_! sifting of the County Cqurt will
held at Niconjiirr Mbi^day,'Oci. 9th.
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Mark Hyatt, a pio*j**r of the Knote*taith others did
Arnntrnng and'  Whi.
Nicola,  which   were   bonded by
Bailey,  representing   California
iate, laat May, Iw/llU tialrenV
Campbell Johnston,  M.  ��., uf
j ���   w *t   hi J ""J "~TMfirtr>i��iting with relatives in Nicola,-,
it, arrived iu NicolaWedesday,      ' * l.   (
if" '
rmion
Ivill,
WHISKEY -MUKBER
' i' '"     J ,    k\   , i, ' %borat* Band Stand for Royal Iri*_
j  jf f I   iTTT _ . f     '       '  \i      0\iutiu at OonalnloB lair.
VICTIM SHOT IN FACE AND KILLED    LfM, m attractire addition* li the
INSTANTLY ,      buildings it Queen's  park,   where  tht
, | l-rOO Dominion Fair will open on Sen,
-7, is an elaborate band stand for tbe
ac'Wiiiiiitiliiiiiiatdliu'H-'iaT Tri��h"gu��'r3i)
band, which has been engaged at enur
inciui (oat is the mbslcarfeiture o'f the
exhibition".' '
Although the Irish Outrda hire not
A mm named Olaen shot and killed one i been long ip existtnee, ind up to their
Hopcrof(,at Spences Bridge Friday even-  formation f hare was no particular kriul).
ing about 6 o'clocki   .   ���   ���' j batttfllon 'forming' one of tiwj.bousehnld
The men  had  been drinking andthe  regiments, it has yet gained a reputation
shooting waa no doubt the result nf I big
drunk,    Friday being a net day the men
f go to Wort,' but gath,-
(IH     >        I [T    [
aeShnual roundup lor si^icbJ jbyj lie'
ibejfa id taking pluje throujniiiiiijthe,.*
Dii ,.�� J   nil   S
��� in Cat group,  which adjoint the
'   c-jinet an  the nmlh eiMnsinia,
quite �� b&gffMpfllf.ti
summer opened up lb feet of
e (copper glance), tjm pf. whjqh
t>m   15 to 26 per cent, in copper.
I [Mrs. Brettayl iitlKlfsi' ���)hel Woodward of Lower Nicola, spent Wednesday'
'i>;tojOT -,'r;-_'. ���r':,"rcw:o1
\/F. HcCtrtK i_-_i_59tt>. Burns &
Co.'s business on theNipola railway,,  was
,_Nic6i��'<flJ��.yr''' vm**
in
Harvest^floni*-se,rvtce will behtidat
Lowepr<_����i4�� on Stindwf at 'Tlknd ?30
runs
(in ihit Night Hawk* claim, whioh ia in
- lu.lt'd.'-rn the group, work ban ahowu it
up to vbe a good property, tnd very fich"
carbonates are exposed in ^lyn*Jn��e,jf ffttfH' tyf?**1*
part of which ia dolmite.    The ledges all" ., .
contain gowd values.
The purftaaer* of tha'lki
are well sa|sM with l_H'i��eitr>>fi,r*y 4d [""operating coal grounde ,t Lumbum lake
no doubt  from  tha showing*-^ f*,i ei-j jig rfrri/e. litf this'evenings sttge from
posed tnd the value the or* contains tne Portland. ������     i u  i'*i
property ���^l| ffcla bi.UM.'/    .fliflMiJ   ,'l<>1   "'"   ���' ' '  '    ')l1"1
,   , . , .Tei(_eri' wiU be received by Alec. D.
V. V. & E. Plan* Approved.' > -, ���   "jJl'tointyre,' official administrator, for the
Before leaving for the west on Friday purchase of the cattle, horses and other
the railway   wmmiaaion ' approved' the pehtonal property and real estate of the
A Joritf Lamonfi vice-presidanj and stc1^
^Kra>Pi.rai��Sry bf the ^iciilvC6aJ*nd Qolfe (Jo.^
___hH __L___L __��� �� j. .. r. i i-l-
_���___��� Row at-9penc���� Bridge Ends
In Murder -Gav* Himself W
and Will Have Trial
October 6th.
ered at the tent of Olsen, who was a mar.
ied man, and with numerous bottles ot
^ J whiskey there were quarrels more or lesi-
all day, During the afterlfnou the party
left and later ou Hopcr ft returned i
Olsen's tent and according to the evideuct
at the inqikiNt ��iven'by an Indian boy,'
who wait an iiyo.wut ess to the sb.ieeti'n..
went up to Mrs. Olaen and Was talking
wtili her and -eiukinK haiiiJN *alke<l away.
i Olsen, who had' beKn sleeping in the
cent, awoke about thix'tt" e, and with hie-
���.trievauce against The man and in In-
���Irunkeii stupor, got' hm shot xun aim
-hot Hopcrofr in'trje ftce killing tun.
nstautly. The murderer went m thi
-tore of H. L. Roberts and uave himsbl'
up immediately, ami was later taken i
chari/e by the eonsrable.
At the coroner's inquest and prehmin
ary hearing Olsen was sent up for trial,
which wilt be held on October' 6th.
plana of the Victoria, Vancouver and
Eastern railway. A resurvaLmu w*a
made in regtrd to the Sinnlkapten iv
Keremoos railway, to the effect that when
their proposition tnd plans came before
the board they would be considered and
the commiasion might give them also a
line at tbe points asked for, In other
words, their rignta, whatever they are,
will not be taken away by the building of
the V. V. A E., which, h'oweter, gets
the first opportunity of building, which is
all thtt it isk* for.
Broke HltAn-le.
Lilt Saturday morning while driving a
cow across the bridge oh Clappertoo
creek near Walter' (lark's residence,
Alfred Carringtpn'e "hotae" felt' and slfrf
quite t distance, badly dislocating Alfred's auklft He -as taken to hia
father's residence where medical attendance wts at otce called and the injured
late A tile em.. Godey.
t)r. Chippe
hipperfield of Kamloopa was in
Nicola ethta *��*ek md took a trip down
the, va)le��.., H*\ majj probably open tn
office in thii seTiion, visiting from Kamloops tbout twice t month,
i Mrs. M. P. Sitewa-t m gjcedutlly im.
provingi and is now considered out ot
danger by her physician.
J. I'.. Greenfield, I*. 0. inspector will
arrive on this evening's stage on an olhcia
tour through the country.
BY ASPEN GROVE
I
0. )'. R. WILL TAKE -A8T PASS UP
QUILCHENA ORBHK
	
Survey Will Now Ba Mad* - Will Paw
on Level at Nicola and Along
L~k* Shore to Qullchtna
OrMk.
As wit noted a few weeks ago engineers were in the Aspen Grove country
looking over the lay of tht country with a
new of jtetung t better pew ��o the Similkameen, and ia a result havt found that
for itself as a magnificent organiutiou, so J
far as the rank and  file  tre concerned,
but more>*s,NMial|y thn'tugh the splendid  th*r C*�� get * rout" ttio{,t m ,Mt lower
hand that  C. H. Htasell succeeded   in \th,D th* 0D* v^ioariy surveyed,
getting together. The H*"* ��' P""���* m charge of En-
This band comprises forty-two of the <''""* ti*'ie�� Wl" ta "������'"���-��> ��n<J the
finest musicians in any [military organiza
tion jn toe Brrtvsh'Empire.' The^ have
all been selected for their special abilrtj
on sonie particular instrument, aud iti
act, each and every one ia t st>l>it.    In
murrey  of the  ri(ht of way   from tb*
Charters ranch will be continued on  up
to Nicola ind tht new route to the Simil
I kimein,,
Instead  of  making tht raise from tht
>Mr. fiassttl, although still t ���ompant-
'itely young man, has been in the service
or upwards of a quarter, of a century,
el ring which time he has been attached
to several leaning military musical or
gatuzatinns, and wt* aelected for the
nandmastershipof the Irish Gutr,rls out
of 100 ctudidatea because he was considered the ablest conductor in the service. His income is larger than that of
any bandmaster and hta fame extendi
ill over the United Kingdom,    i   "
Viscount Vesci, a direst descendant of
passu.*,' it might be mentioned th��t it is i F"rk" tb* route "'" foll(", on ��cr0M the
a gratifying fact and one considered very I P"ula*T r*nch *""** N|C(,I, on ��leT(1
gratilying to the Royal Milittrv School | *lth ,h* town ����d. Wlowin* th* like
������f Music, that all the bandmasters of H<> j"hore t0 Wullchen�� ���* �� the creek, fol-
Vtajeetv's Foot Guards received their Jlo"m8 th* T*"."Jr "P to a point near the
raining at Kneller Hall. F"""1  ���,rlk"1r!  the   water ihed tbout
eight milea further south than it does on
the old aurvey, aud making a difference
of Wo re*t lower.
With the survey <iow to b* made It it
quite certain that the railway will go this
route md the investigation! from several
points of view have been satiafactory. By
this route construction will be considerably cheaper, the mines will be able to
work to belter advantage, which will in-
crease the tonnage enormously. Also tbe
company aome day may desire fo mike
extensions to Kamloopi and the Okant-
A large addition ia being built to the
Koaedalee House at Lower Nicolt to accommodate l lie travelling public. < Mrs.
S. J. Woodward, the proprietress will
keep the establishment up to the require-
ment* of the times
limb set.   It will be aome time before he on hind,
will be able to ute his foot again.
Th* Nicola'Stige,' E. J. Martell, proprietor, leaves Spences Bridge every
Tuesday and Friday at f. a. m., and returning leaves Nicola every Wednesday,
and 8a(urd��y at 7 a.m. conveying passengers and express.    Special stages always
Wellington Douglas, who has beet ill
the past week with lever, ia much im-
prnceil. He is at the residence of Dr,
Tgtill.
the original Irish peer,  will be the a>\- i*n ������<>��'. "h"" the gride will be in
<>nel in charge of tha  It -al Irish gutrds
during their visit to New Westminster
such * position that work could be continued on without much trouble.
Mr Thompson, who is connected with
'he Douglas Lake Cattle Co., is rxpecten
to arrive by this evening's stage, on his
annual trip to the ranoh.	
Anglo-Japanese Treaty.
A Londoti despatch aays : Gr.at
Britain and Japan are in league for su
uremacy of Asia. Two great points
stand out conspicuously in the Asiatic
policy of Great Bntaiu now that the
mists have rolled away from tbe Ports
eiiouih conference. One is the enlarged
a lance With Japan and the other the
new programme in India. Perhaps the
wo should be considered in solidarity,
once each ii a factor distinctly anti-Russian in origin and tendency.
liy tha alienee in   its   new   form  the
F. D.   Woodwtrd'a  portable aawmil
ha* been  moved to the Murray property
bet ween Nicolt ltd OuutleeW will saw j' contracting powers guarantee the status
up the timber whioh waa gotten out * 'lu" in A"*' e"ch P1*1*1"? to defend the
.short time ago.
John T.  Edwards, fisheries constable,
"Wild _oo��e" Wh*at.
Government Agent Tuoittll, on his return from the Similkamee* laat week
brought with him a sample of wheat
which ia likely to prove interesting to
those who contemplate the cultivation of
the dry upland benches in this section.
The wheat has been named "wild goose'
wheat from the fact that the original seed
was obtained from tbe crop of t wild
goose by an uncle of the McCullough
Brothers of Otter Valley, who hare rnnce
then succeed in proving the variety to be
practically adapted to the dry belt. The
ears owing to the fact th's{ fh�� kernels
overlay, seem to be very large, and they
will undoubtedly develop into prolific
bearers. The wheat apparently doe*
well without irrigation and, and for that
Work on ;the V. V. it B.
Th* Similkameen cut-off of the Grett
Northern will be completed through
British Columbia up the 8imilkameea
river and oo to the coaat, a distance of
tbout 380 miles from Grind Forks, within thrte yetra, according to a statement
made by contractor L. E. Shields in Spo-
ktne lilt Tuesday evening.
In a litter to Mayor Keary of New
Westminster, Lord Roberta tnnounoes
thtt he kindly icoepti th* dedication of
Profeeior Trendell'i (Vinoouver) mirch
"Commtnditore,' tnd thtt the Roytl
Irish Guards' bind will pity it tt the
Dominion exhibition. The management
will arrang* to have tl#s special musicaj
number rend*refl tin the opening day 'tf
the exhibition
9Q8 DtTfl I   '���
.0 ,fl ,��!<��'
Chaa. DeBtrro has lined the Otter
Fltt hotel to J. P. Lundy who will conduct the business in future. Mr. De
Barro and Alex. Swan will tike i prospecting trip.
either if its interests are attacked ky any
power or combination of powers. Russia is ihe state whose aggression* they
most fear in that part of the world, for reason alone, is worthy of notice by the
waa along, .the  Nicula .river during the she will take the earliest opportunity to; farmers uf the interior of British Colum
paat week and removed the obstructions' recoup herself for the loss of Manchuria, i hit,,
put in the river to prevent the fish from
coming up the river.     He returned to
Kiraloopl Monday.
Considerable improvement has and' is
wai tt Coutlee Tuesday evening-on^lj^,,,,,,,,^ of ,.���������,_ ,re Ji.ble to ohmge
,,���,���,.   ..  ,,   h     ,     ,  ,    ���    ,    "��y to the coast.   Mr. i*w is also on* f-_hen    th���  fi|b   ������   mttd   but it  is
being made tt th. Dougl,. Lak, fl.nle.^th       tie8 jnU)re8tw* ������ th��� Co$, -������
Co.'i property.     During tbe Oltt vear a'rFy t ' pr,.i��tily u.rre,
property. During tbe put year a
new store building ind t loirg'tddition
has been made to the bunk home at
Douglas Lak* md * cottage wilt be erected for the accommodation of guests,
At Chtpron Like carpenters are it wWk
mtking vast improvements tp the buildings, etc This'-cittl* ,|4pcb is probably
the largest in the wdrtd tnd Mr. (.reaves
the manager has the whole buainetwat his
.tsger end", and it an ideal manager and
.;>i
Salmon Pack Count.
Standard Burnt Out.
II,.,   sal,,,,,,,   pa.k  fo,   ihe   wh ie    i      F,r. brokt out in tht  Standard Pub
British Columbi* during th. se..on just ' l"hinK cnmP������'" bulldl��K * Kamloopt
0.  F. Law, who haa been the past few e*��ded waa 1,0-2,-31 casea, according atl
months superintending wigon rod oon-, th, retort fl0UDt ������,(, ,r0II1 the Fr,wr ���
structiqn to nil properties on Bear creek, riv,r ,nd norttlMI COMt CMln(n(j polnl9. |
Interest in the big lire stock ' show to
Tbe count oo the Fraser river showed
that 766,813 oases were packed.    North
,    ,  ,, ,   ,   , *f Vancouver as far as the canneries on
be held in connection with the Dominion  ..       ���   .        .   ,   ..
_..r\.v , .-      _ Nils Htrbor,   including    tvery    point
jp_ir, which opens at New, westmin*ter    ... _:
_'o' 7_ii l   _.-���-���' ^ a    l    where fish were put up tbe retort oounta
Op Sept. 2f|ovb�� bee" increased by the   .       . ..        .        ,        .        m.��� lta
,   1^3**^^,     .     .���. ..   I ihowed the pick lo htve been M6.418
announcement  thtt it will be opened by
Hon, Sydney Fisher, minister of tgricul-
tun. In reply to in invitation tent him
by Mayor Keary seme time ago the minister says he can now positively state
thtt be will be on bind.
mm,
Thii count is With respect to soekeye
pack only. .'
on Friday morning and before the Darner
wat subdued the whole of the upper
storey was gutted. The ground floor and
machinery were greatly damaged by
water. The origin uf the fire is unknown.
Insurance on the building is said to be
f8O0; plant insured for $.,,000, The
owner of the building ii Mrs. Belleau, oi
Viotorii.
Canada's Revenue.
Subscribe for tbe Herald. t> per year.
Canada's revenue for the two months
ending Auguat was $11,636,351, in in
crease of three quarters of a trillion over
the same time list yair. There wis a
slight increase of expenditure both ordinary tnd capital. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
���Subscription, in Advance. $2 a Year
N1001-, R C. Siitimbik 11.1906.
No definite action has yet been taken
towards the exportation of American silver from Canada, which waa dee ded upon some months ago. It it certain, however, that the decision will be acted upon
aa anon ** arrangements can be made.
The aituation in Briliah Columbia ia thus
set forth by a banker. "No I have re-
caived no official notification yet, but I
think it is orrtain to come. It ii not
merely that the ailver coina tre inconven
lent tnd expensive to handle. The so
ceptinoe of American ailver at iia face
value represents a big profit to the United
States tnd t corresponding low to Canada. The American dollar ii worth t
little over 60 cents md iti present pur
chasing power is one dollar. I couldn't
say whit part of silver in circulation in
Canada ia American, but I think that in
British Columbia it must amount to 76
pereant."���Coloniit.
1905
1905
An exchtnge lays: There are nine
ways in which you can hurt your town.
The following are well worthy of the
thoughtful consideration of every citizen:
Oppose improvement, mistrust your public men, run duwn the town iu the presence nf strangers, go to some other town
to do your trading, refuse to advertise in
your home paper, be careful to discredit
ihe in itives of our publio spirited men
who are working for the interests of the
town, lengthen your faces when stranger-
speak of locating here and tell them it's
the worst place on earth."
Give a attraction that
nothing will replies.
They come to near to
the natural that you will
feel like you did in boyhood.
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAML(K)PS
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
OmVe.-Co'Timeri'ia] Block, east of Post Office.
Kamloops, H. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Nectary  Puhli,
Office:   Ka��t nf the Canadian Rank of Commerce, south side of Victoria street, Kamloops.
Money to loan on real estate security.
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agt*
Mining engineer*, lienor!* on mining properties through the District. Agen's lor to'inn.,
contractors, farm niachinerj, v. vms, bnggi a
etc. Cable address; "Aurum " Codes: Brom-
liail, Moremg k Neal, A. H. (J. 4th.
Warehnn-e-Caiiford, v'ioola ''alley, 8. C.
NO TICK
Notice Is hereby then that within slit; days
from datel intend making* application to the
honorable chief coinm^sionerof lands  nclw.uk
We learn  through a wholesale firm of 'nr ^mls-lo* topnrchase7*scrwii.f pasture
... .      ..,.,, land in the Yale division ot Yale dis'rict sllu
EXHIBITION
SEPT. 26 TO OCT. 7
NEW WESTMINSTER
Stupendous and comprehensive array
of Exhibit* representing the resources of all Canada.	
In Prize* and
Attractions
Enlarged grounds, new, hand
aome and tpacious building*
World's Championship events in Rowing
and Lacroraf*, Horse Racing, Broncho
"Busting," Military Parades and Ex
sruiaee.
Rival  Irish Uuarda and other Famous
Bauds.
llrand Water Carnival���Parade of Fraser
river fishing Heel, patrol boats, II, M.
Warships, Indian war canoes, etc.
Indian Sports.
For all information write W. H Keary,
8jcretarv and Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
Vancouver that parties in Nicola have
been writing them enquiring the prices of
groceries and sundries. The wholesale
house naturally informed the partv that
it would not fill any retail order. Thia ih
a very bad practice for people who ge'
their living in this part of the country
as the merchants and all business mei
sell at rock bottom prices. For i pros
peroti8 community ill should buy from thu
stores in the valley.
nt* d as follows: c:nninen**ing at a -take s' ih'
n. W. curneiof Lot 7lli. running thenc- souib in
chains more nr le.s tn th*. N W. of Jus I or
belt's coal lease, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 20 chains to lot 746, thence wesi iu chains
to the point of coiiimencen.cni,
jo-*, co-mixi n.
Jnly ttth, 1806	
NO I'll E
HORACE F. EVANS
Kiplorer and l.fologKi
Of the College of Liberal Art
Having made a careful examination of the
Thompa >n, honaparuj and Nicola divisions of
laic cl'ii ct, HriLsh Columbia, is prepared to
furnish investor* and intending investors with
rumble! rc|> Wis.** he occurrence of metalliferous 0"**s, at-n ceils, lignite coal and lignite
wiihin ilieilisliiCf indicated.
HavliiK in*'e it c.infeil examination nf the
I'oldwaier coal beds uf the Mcola Vallej and
Hat creek country, vecy dependable reports on
the char ector of theti* cosls and lit/nit��*a will be
furiiie.Ii el io in.--tors aittl others. These el-
aiitinatinn-havc extend-d over many years and
ihe values'-well as e Kent of the coal measures
��ill be given, lugular address, Aslnft, B.C.
Cable and Tel. addn ss, "Cailon." Ashrnft.
We do not think ailver dollars ahouh!
he made heavier than they now are
They are hard enough to raiae aa it is.
Thirty days after da'f I Intend toap !v i..
thechief Comnilsslnner of Lauds and Wnrks
i ' for alec oce to c it and carry a��ay timber ( on
ihe following described lands: Commencing a*
a post, marked V 'Vetndward one Hill* i we.
erly from J. 'nutlee's pre-emption line an ' rtt
iiing perth 80 chains, east 80 cnilii","'in h 80
chains, west all cams to point nf rjiwnraiO
"ni.' containing (ttOac M     *l-o c 'in.en   n*
at a post, marked K. Woodward an* "maluy
. uejt th Ml chains, wesi 80 hains. s in a 80 0h��tM,
' east 80 ch .In* t.i polni of emmem: ment, &<������
I utining nil) acres.
T. WOeltlVTAKP,    orator.
J. k. SllIVKU Age,i
Au��. 7,190S.
A country doctor tells this story e n
himseif. After writing a preicription for
a patient the physician told-him that the
druggist would probably charga htm
*!0 cents fcr filling it. Then the patient
asked the doctor to lend him the money
Thereupon the physician cart fully
scratched out a part of the preicription
and handed it baok with 10 cents remark
ing: "You can have that filled for a
dime. What I scratched out waa for
your nerves.
< IIKIS. <M Tilt IT
A. R.C. 8c. London.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, H. C.
Assays and analyses if Ores, Coal and In
duatrlal products.
Samples by mall or stage receive prompt
attention.
MRS. TUTILL-MARSHALL
NICOLA LAKE, B. 0.
Graduate M. O. H. and W. H��� Montreal.
Licentiate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Province of Quebec.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that within :t>i days I
intend to apply to the Cnmtni��sione rof Lands
and works for llnence to nrnc ;mct for coal on
ths following described land situated on Lindley creek joining the James Carlln and the
Charles Collett farm, commencing at the
north-east corner of the James Carlln claim
and running 80 chains west. thence tOchmin*
north, thence 80 chains east along the line of
the Charles Collet' farm lo the Indian reserve
lion, tbence south to place of beginning, containing 640 acres nrless.
Located Aug. 26th, 1905, by
C. H. OLKAVER.
Paul Bockmier Agent.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to < In
'lilt I e ��� ll nil.--l.tlio of land- died work- fora In -
���use to pro-peel fore al on the following land
commencing tl a pom uiaked J. ,e c ah*, S, j*'.
orcior. thence "outh 80 chains, |Na*ea w -i
SO cnain-. ilieui.it North Sec chains, ilutne k.csl
30 chains to point of ni ���    enowm**!
J. H. McCABK, Local or
���I      million, agent.
Coldwater, Nicola, July 23. 1905.
Commencing at a nniri matkwl A O Mr-
Cane, V. W. oorner, running South 80 chalet,
lb s' 80 chains, North 80 chains, W*tl 80 chains
tn point of commencement.
A. O McCAB'. l/icator.
J Coslilllon, Awem.
Coldwater. Vlmla. Jn'y M, 1005
Commencing at a poet marked K Smi lis.
N. K. Corner, running vnuth 80 ch.lna, W#.|
80 chains, North 80 chains, Kam 80 chains to
point of couimouccinent.
B. SMITH. Locator.
J. Postillion, Agent.
Coldwater. Nicola. July 23. 1905.
Commencing ai a pod marked R. Daudson,
V. VV. corner, running Souih 80 chains, last
80 chain*, North80 chains U',.H| so chains to
Initial post. It DAVIDSON. Locator.
J. Costllliou, Agent.
Coldwater. Nicola. July 23 1905.
<'minuend..4 at a post marked S. K "���-,
N. E. corner, running Mouth 80 chains, thenc*
We��t 80 chain-, thenc North 80 chains, thence
East 80 chains to Initial posi.
H. R. RC'SS. Locator
J. Postillion. Agent.
Coldwater, Nioola. July 3, WOj.
Commencing at a post marked It. J. Hos", N.
W. corner, running ttoulh 80 chains. East 80
chains, North 89 chains. West SO chali s to
initial post. It. J. In ins. Ixw.tor.
J. Costillion, Agent.
Coldwater, Nicola. July 'ill. 1905
Commencing at a rsi't marked D Mclnnes.
N. K. corner, running South so chains, ���'��� e-i
80 chains, North 80 cbalns, Kast 80 chains to
initial post. D. ��lelV\h>, local r.
J. Costii ion, Agen*.
Coldwater, Nioola, Jnly 23. U'US
Commencing at a post marked M. M clones,
N. VV. corner, running South 80 c alas   " ��st
8(1 chain*. North 80 chains. Wei *   chains to j
initial post. Jl. MolVNKS, Lo a   r
.1 Post 11 ii n,   .- nt, I
Coldwater, Nicola, July 23,1905.
Commencing at * p^l marked W O Mur-
ray's, N. E. corner, running south 0 chilns,
West 80 chains, North 80ohains; East 80ch 'into Initial post.      W. tl. MURRAY I. cator
J Postillion Agent.
Coldwater, Nicola. July 23,1905
Commencing nt a pot ma*kcd J. F. Mur'
ray's. N. W. oorner. running South 80 chains,
Ka��l 80 chains, North 80 chains, ��e��i 80 chains !
to Initial post,       J. K. Ml 'ItRAY, Locator.
j  Costillion, Agent,
Coldwater, Nioola, July 23.1906.
Commencing al a post marked J. (Jraham,
N. E. comer, running South 80 chains, West
80 chains. North 80 chains   East 80 chains to i
Initial post J. OR AHA M. Locator.
J Costillion. Agent.
NOTICK.
si- ty lays after date I intend to tnplv to the
ch'ef commissioner of lands and works for per-
mis,.ten to le'irelcise 320 act es, more or less r*
mountain pa-ture land, situated nn Ihe south
-id of si,imp Lake u, the Nicola Valley divis
i n of Yde district Su h l��nd being descrlhnd
as follow*, extlii-iveof mineral cla'ins: N. W.
| St'ctioii .1. r N S. W. | Section 10, T 100.
commencing at ihe -outh ea-t corner of the
n 'rth wesi jseiiieii 3, T 10 , running SO chain"
no*-*h, tciflnc 10 ci-alns west, thence 80 chains
> uile, IlieuCei ,n t'ecains east I point of cornice I ttiti M. M. Kiiwakd*.
I.ockfe.nl, II ('.. Aug. 11, 19H5.
���MINKRiL ACT.
Certdicate .f Improvement*.
\Q' ICR
iherdeer, I'lymniilh Queen. Manchester, l/>n-
d u   Coiner lie lie and   King   Solomait's
Dream M ii"nl I'la'nes      Sliunte  in  the
NtC"i��-Ka   I fit- Mining Division of Yale
Di-trici    I'ldmslocated' earIH-Mi'eCreek,
North ^icoltt.
Take itevtee  thai   I.  'nhn t'Upperton. free
"Inor's crciNca e No B76993. Intend, 60 days
Iron the dale hereo', to apnly lo the milling
r"orderfor a ccet licatcnf imiirorement*. for
iliepiirnnaecif nbiaining a crown grant of the
alscvecl eiins.
And f'lrilier Iske notice that action, under
-i ctlon 37. must he cninmenc<*d before ihe issuance nf such iwihVale nf improvement*.
Iiai.i.l this 28lh day of June, 1905
JOHN CLAPPBRTON.
PRINCETON
NIOOLA
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
We invite attention to our
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
We have received several large shipments now and
would draw your special attention to what we are
showing in
Blankets for Home and Camp use.     Large variety
all weights and prices.
|; Men's Working Shirts.    Medium  and  Heavy
Woollen Underwear.   Large assortment of Wool
Socks.
i
Driving and Working Gloves and mits in all
the best makes.
HUNTING AND RIDING COATS.
rr
J. 1
L
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
NICOLA PRINCETON
METROPOLITAN
MEAT flARKET
NfCOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout the District reoeive careful attention and promptly delivered
JAM KM  I'OOIKI Proprietor
Twice a week delivery to Lower Nicola, Coutlee, way points
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SM'TH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Horseshoing done in
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will
prompt attention.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
receive
NOTICK
Jlvl
f'tr
11'iffrniiiiiile-niom-r iif lands and workf for per
mission In lime iia'rlo acres of mountain pas
turaf/e cnmmencinK at. a poet marked A. I. 's
N. w corner th**nce 8 !0 Shall* thence E 2d,
N 20, thence along Fish l_ke shore to Inilial
post 40acres. ANTOISNK LAMPRON.
7th July. 1905.
__..  O.  IT.
ClOURT NIOOLA, No. 8931. A. O. f.. meets
I NiTond and fourth Prldav in each month
at 8p.m., in Pooler's Hall.    Visiting brethren
[Sally invited.
Ktc. A. FiusKit. C. R.
A H. Cakkinoton. Sec.
cordially invited.
THE ONLY  MOWER
TO BUY 15
It has the lagest sale of any Mower in the market and is without doubt the
finest made.  Deering Binders are the best.
The Deering:
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby give* that within 30 days I
intend to apply to the Commissioner ot Land*
and Works for lloen*e to prospect for coal on
the following descrlhnd land   Commencing at
the northeast corner of lot H20, thenoe east 40 j Coldwater, Nioola, July 23"i9t>T
chains, thence south 80chains, thence wert 4o     Commencing at a post marked D. Murray's.
��� hains. thonoe 80 chains north to place of com ��� N W. corner, running South 80 chains. West
menoenent. 80ohalni. North 80 chains, Bast 80 chains to
3epL 2nd, 1909.
THOMAS MRTCALF.
Paul Bockmier, Agent
initial post. D. MijRRAY, Locator.
J. I'oHtilliein. Ag*nt.
Coldwater. Nioola. Jnly ft 1906.
Deering Hay Sweepers you can't do without.  Deering Stackers can't be
beat.  Deering Hay Rakes last the longest.   Write or call and see
W. HARGRAVES, - - Kamloops, B. C. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
KAISER OH YHIXOW PS-XL.
T*Us American That "Opm Door" Will:
B* Cloaed by J a*--***.
Congreaiman MeNary of Ma*t*chu*et_,
wbo ��*��� a BriDber of tbe American
party received .Saturday hy Emperor
William, i�� quoted in the Time* deapatch
from Berlin aa fallow*:
In oar interne* th* Emperor dwelt on
the ������yellow peril" and eipressed ihe
opinion that tb* Jtptiiea* would follow
up their military successes by clu.iag tbe
"open door" and by their command of
oh**p labor foro* Europe tnd Americ*
out of tb* Oriental market*. He went on
to ��** thtt it eat no* time for the white
races tn oppose the yellow peril by unit
ing. Tbe only power that Japan feared
was America, and it waa * good thing for
the world that the United State* waa ou
on* aid* of th* Japan*** tmpir*.
"The Emperor **k*d u* what we
thought of German railway*, We said
frankly that w* believed the American
line* were better. Tbe Kaiser assented
but said ha thought German cities were
better paved than those io America
Dominion Fair Note*
All machinery on eihlbition at tbe
Dominion Fair will be in * otiori, electricity and ateam both bein{ tupplied by
tbe management.
The lighting scheme for Queen'* park
during th* eleven night* of th* Dominion
Ftir will *bow th* ootl'net of all tb* big
building* and will illiiaimt* th* for**t at
th* rear of the grouudt.
From the time of opening in he morning till two o'clock in tb* afternoon of
each day at th* lDOP Dominion Ftir,
Sept. 27 to Oct. 7, in New Westminster
will be given up to flawing t,he exhibit*,
tnd tb* Ruytl Irish flutrd* band will
ditoour** music til the "bile.
Hone racing with klootebaan as rider*
��� ill be on* of tb* daily attraction* in
front of tbe grand stand during th* 1906
Dominion fair.
Tb* Sock*y* run, wbicb will b* the
same lort of thing tt th* 1906 Dominion
Fair** th* Trail i* tt tb* Lewi* A Oltrk
ftir in Portland, will bar* ***ry line of
attraction known to tb* *how mm
Ther* will be more of that* entertain
menu on tb* ground than ha* ever been
***n out��ide of ��� aorld'i ftir.
Th* Dominion Fair open* tt 1 o'clock
on Wednesday, Sept. 27 tad eloaw ou
Oof 7.
MeUon -Brltt right.
-THE-     .
Bank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        ....        $135,124,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt. Bon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, 0.0. M. 0.
Vlu-PRESIDBNT, Sir Oeo A. Drummuml K. C M. O
OHN-RAL MANAGER ��� B. 8. CLOUBTOX
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.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
<
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
In t fight with many novel features,
"Battling" Nels in, uf Chicago, knocked
out J*m*i Edwird Bntt of San Frtncito >,
tt Colmt, 0*1., last Saturday tfttrnoon.
Th* end mm* in tb* eighteenth round,
tnd waa t fairly won victory.
The surroundings, tbe crowd, the bit
terne** of th* mm toward* each other,
the uncertainty a* to whether there
would be t fight tt til up to a quarter of
an hour before tb* fight actually began,
together wrth tb* cler.rna*. and endur
ance displayed by tb* two bonr*, mad*
tb* fight of the greatest inter**! to fol
lower* of fighting.
It wt* tb* ���ueoee* of t strong enduring
bght*r agtinst t cla��er, cool boiar. From
tb* firtt of th* fight until Referee Graney
finished tbe count of ten second*, Nelaon
forced the fighting. Although *uffaring
many broiling blow* on tb* faot
tad body tad being tl tin** very tired,
Nelson never gave gnund. He etme
back after every attack bt Brltt. alway*
r**dy to *iehang* blow*. Forth* ruab
Ing, forcing perciiting tatic* of N*l*on,
Brltt could find no *nWtr* blow.
BLAIR & CO
'    -DEALER IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
B��_dent Agent* In Nioola for tbe
ROYAL, and LONDON * LANCASHIBB J_U IJHURAHOH 00.'8
STEWART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
, Eip
and ijbp Lb
alfso Oeneral Li /ory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Like, 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.
Ijeave 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 appointii.:nt.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
R M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand A
md stock of Lumber constantly on Hand.
Orders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola,      -     -     -     B. C
Rosedale Hodse, [^ower Nicola
GENERAL STCnf, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.      -      ���      -
i S. J. WOODWARD
Nte*> at the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
IIobt. 8C0TT, Proprietor
When  traveling  on the Nioolt road
Convenient place for travslen, with good
tocommodatinn.
MoX-UtbtaeotMeed.
i. MeKaight, who waa arretted tt
Lyttoaon Setarday, 8*pt*_b*r i, wt*
giv*n lis Month* or $100 fin*. Th*
���arte wt* being drank and ditordtrly,
*on*t*bl* MoGillivrey not having brought
any eharg* tfalaat kin for r*��i*ting ar-
mt with a fan.    H* paid th* fin*.
LOWER NIOOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
I* prepared to take cooiraqt* for
���awing lumber tnd getting oat
timber.
<to-er_l Hill < ������tntcta Kire.to-
PRIO-9 MOPIR-TI
Parti** withing work can hire **_���
prompt)* attended to by applying tb
r. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nioolt, B. 0.
THB P_AO�� TO BDY TOUR
8M0KTK0 GOODS 18 AT
J. A. SCOT rs
CICAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMMKIPS
Full Htijrk of Domestic aad Imported Cigar*,
and tbe bent, amnklov tobacco alwajrt oa hand
Drop In and enjoy a quiet frame of Bill! ���rds.
Agent forth* Pioneer Steam foundry, Vancou
ver.  Laundry .hip ed every Saturday.
HOTEL!
DOMINION HOTKL th* best houte lo town
a _H"��d,*1,'��r'~r> 'or 'he Nicola, Lewi, creek
and Uranlte creek etagea Every convenience
for traveler! and commercial men Kiarllcn
Uble and well .looked bar. C. i. Robinma k
Co.. proprlctorn, Kamloopa 	
MWTRKAL HOTKL Kamloop.. Napoleo.
"���*��� Utremoullle. proprietor. vVt clam it
���r.ry Particular Oood wum*, Liquor, and
cigarn.  Ht*bhi_ In connection.
1TAMLOOP8 HOU8K. P. ll.rorl. proprietor
���*������ Bent .took of which, llquoru and cigar* In
the Inferior. Juit I he ipol for ��� nlc. cool re
frMhiat (law of beer.    When In Kaaloop*.
There It more fo* la the preliminary
��ngag��m*nt than there i* ia the Brat do-
net����� battle.
Sabeoriba for the Herald, |2 par year.
finite
Unequalled as a
SuOe]_qer Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILOBWA, B. 0.
GRAND PACinc HOTKL Kamloopa Th.
nittreat betel to the railway elation. The
only oornentMt hotel for traveler*. Oood
noma, good table, good liquor.. Tw* largt
���ample room*. P. A. Rarnhart, proprietor.
Oood .tabling In connection.
AUHCROPTHOTKL The met convenient
*f heel for vlaltor* In A��hcroft The bent of
table board. Hot ana cold hatha. Our repre-
���entallr* meet, all train*. Johiuon k I'erklnn.
proprietor*,	
flKANI) OKNTKAI, HOTKL, Anhcroft. Ev
y erything unto date, the bonne baa lately
been remodelled and In now under new man
agement. Tbe bar la -implied with choice*!
brand, of wine*, liquor, and otoan. When ln
Aihcroft jjaa at tbe Grand Central, Owrge
NICOLA STACE
E. J, Martell.
LEAVES SPENCE'S BRIDGE
Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 7 a.m.
RETURNING FROM NICOLA
Every WEDNESDAY & SATURDA Y, 7 am.
J. McQUISTON
Now is your time to select your Summer. "'it. Nice
patterns of Scotch, English and Irish Tweeds. First c ass
fit guaranted.
Otter Flat Hotel
Chart** Deharro, Proprietor.
TULAMBKN CITY, . . - ��� B. C.
Headquarter* for Summit, Rtbbitl
mountain, Tulameen rivar, Boulder, Bear
tnd Kelly creek c*mp*. Qood Fitting
tnd Boating.
P. 0. Addre**:   Atpen 0 rove.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kind* of Watchea, Clock., Jewelry,
etc.. kept in (took.   Wedding pre*-
ant* a *peoialty.
Pint elaa* repair* done on ihort notice
tod returned it one*.
If You Need AnyiMitf
1*7 tl,e
Line, aeod yonr work to tbe undermined.
All order.  Bnikhsd in a workmeoahip
manner.   Cabinet work t tpedalty.
J. R hcGREG'JR,
Lower Nioola, B. C. LOCAL NEWS
Bustne** Local*.
Smoke Interior or La Morena Cigar*.
Mr*. R. Johutoo of Lower Nicol*, wai     ���
.���     ���   _    ,       u   a .                       Summer apple*, 2 cent* t pound tt R.
aitin* in N icu a on Mondav.       .
n.iting in Nicula on Monday
H. Winny*.
Jtt.  Trodden,   who  .pent  tbe  pait     Notice* forbidding hunting on   your
week in Nicola, left Tuesday morning for ranch  can   be  obtained  at the Nicola
thecoatt.
Herald office,
Mn. J. Pyo and daughter were viaitimt: WheD J0" "��nt �� 8����d ����">����� "If for
with Mr. aud Mr.. .Scott at Ro*kford : the ^Uitiot or La Morena Cigar, nianu-
thi* week. factured  by the Inland   Cigar Factory,
1 Kimloop*.
Father LeJenne of Kamloop*, wm in Vie"�� of Cariboo, Yale, Nicola and
the Nicola Valley this week looking after '��� 8imilkameen A���trM, ,t Oarrington'*
his charges. tton   or   A.   Murchi*,    photographer, I
j f'riii. ft i.
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now is the time to buy your Barnes* and Saddlery. I hare in
���tuck a full line a pcid^uita'tle
to the ir.de. Saiifaction guaranteed.   All kindt of
KH'tlltlVU
Hart.***, Boots, Shoes, etc., done
neatly and promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKK,      ���      .      B. C
G. 13. Armstrong of Lower Nicola, wat
in Nicola last Friday, leaving for home
next morning.
11. (i. Aalihy of Kamluop*, passed
through Nicola last Thursday evening oo
hi. way to Princeton.
8. J. Bale and R. ,1. Armstrong of
Aspen Grove were in Nicola M nday and
Tuesday for auppl'es for their camps.
Mrs. J. N Moure, of the Beaver ranch
at the head of Nicola Like, bas been
quite ill the past week, but is now ou the
mend,
Jos. Marshall, who has been engaged
in mining near Princeton arrived in
Nicola yesterday and will remain a short
time in this vicinity,
Church ol England services will be
held on Sunday at the following places
and hours: Coutlee, 11 a.m.; Nicola, 3
p.m ; Quilchena, Ml p.m.
HARDWARE
shelf aoon
MINIM; SlffLIES
Ll'MBEII Sl'fl'LIES
MoLADUBUf.
carriai.es
WACOM
MoOORNIOI MOWERS
A full line nf the above always kept
in slock at close prices at
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CAK MD IM MB
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
Paul Bockmier and Thns. Metcalf of
Maw , Wash., directors of the Nicola
Coal Mines, Ltd., leff Lower Nicola Saturday afrer spending several days at their
property,
Wm. Lauder of Douglas Lake, was in
Nicola M'inday. 0, his re'urn he waa
accompanied hy hia sister, Miss M. K.
Lauder, who will remain with Mrs. J. N.
Moure at the Beaver ranch.
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres,situated near Doug
las Lake, with all necessary implements and also stock. For
particular, apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 0.
Springbank Harifh. .In'? 14 h, YM.
BJLEY H0U8R
��� NICOLA LAKK, B, Q
First class hoard and lodging by the
day week or month. Evety attentmii
unen to the travelling public.
Mks.   Rll.KV.  Pnipiletri'aa.
M BEATTIE
Accountant,Ceeiiim^sKin, Insurance
and General Agent.
Main HI reel. ���      ���      Kamloopa
Duncan Reeas, M. P. with A. E. Hue.se
���rnved Friday noon from Prinoeton.
Mr. Ross visited the people of Nicola,
leaving next morning fur the lower end
uf the Valley on his way tu the Kootenay.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
,3010  Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. C.
It. <'. 1.r��w 11 Mloi'k ol Fruit anil
Oi'hiiiim'iiIhI Tw*w_,
Apple T'c���(���<:'.' and 3-year oleta: ��l,i to $211 Mf
IAS ti cording to vaieiv. Oneoear-oliis, I to .i
���el. |I0 Ui fit per IK)
Kxi ti nice Meek of Cherry. I*���Mia. Pl*m,
WirireitB. etc, now lt' ��� �����if��� mt for full nrdera. \ee
cpeaa*, loaaordiIsv uf rninigHiinn or Inane
tion, l^tmenri ejeiiirllnt before placintf 101
1 der   'Vitnluif free.
iiiceiihoiiH! I'latita. Klnral Work, Wee ���*>
piles, Krnil I'aektmo. K-rtil'Zei'N, *tn,
M  J  HKMtV,
Stiio Weftmlntter (toad,      Vayo*iuvk��, ii. C
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Bom Shoeing a .pecialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
NOTICE
To Hunters
N"tice is hereby given 'Rat hnn'iteg >>r
Aspen (.rove and m��t the laajlanr* of "hooting on the property of th* Doatl*.
that section to discuss the advisability uf L,l[e Cmile Company is f.irhiilden. Any
starting up a school. | person   nr  persona hunting nr shooting
on the ahnve property will  he prosecuted
���������-���-���-������ j under the sections of the (lame Act,
Rev. George Mason and Rev. J. F.iw-I ���'��� t B__��v_i
lie of Princeton, returned from the Ok
tnagati Sunday evening via Douglas Ltkrf,'
where they had been attending the Pres
bytery at Kelo#na.   They were tecum '
pamedbyMr, Ma.o��� a���d Mrs. Math; official Administrator's Act
J. S. Gordon, school inspector, was in
tha Nicola district the pa.t two weeks
looking over   the schools.     He  visited I
NOTICE.
Ch����. F. Armstrong f���r many years
resident ��t Kamloopt and recently �� n
ducting the Montreal Hotel dining room, I
died io the ho��pital at Vancouver ou Wed-'
Oesday ,.f cancer of the liver. He wis t
member of the Fraternal Order of Bt|l*t
I tnd leaves* wife and child.
In re Ettate of
ANTOINE GODEY,
WATCH REPAIRING
Ail kinds 1*1 Wa'ch, CU*k
aid J* wvlry re, airs dope 111
lit si class order and satisfaction tvu.ranterd. Ail work
entrus'eil to our ere will be
completed and re uriied will]-
��� ut delay
W. TI. < ATll'ltrl.l, A CO..
0, I', H. Time Inspectors, Kamloo|i��
"THE PEOPLES STORE.''
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
FRESH GROCERIES
Our .Leaders in Teas are Marigold,
Nabob and Salada���all Favorites
m
On Friday evening, the 8th, an im
Ipromptu dinner at theDmrd Hotel,  wis
Igiveu to Duncan Ross.   M. P. for Yale-
IC.ribot..    A  representative gathering of
Ithe citizens ���f Nicola were preseut and
Speeches tnd s mg. were given.     Mr.
."as wts thtnked f<-r the quick tttenti .p
��� Vital* nn'ters which had heen brought
1 Ins noic*.    He replied in complimen
^ry terms of the future of this section of
country.      The dinner broke   up
r singing "He's t Jolly Good Fellow,''
nd the Nttional Anthem.
TKNIIKRS will bo received hy Hie under-
siirned for the purchase of the rattle, Hor-n*
and other personal properly, and the real its-
talc uf lite lute Aatata* Godey.   Terms o*(k,
I'arlii'iilara therecif may ht oVainixl fnem
Peter Marquart, NPola. H. (!, ���
ALIO 0, MACINTVItK,
Offllcal Admlnlatrator. Cnunii r_ Yalce,
Kamieaipa, |l. C.
b
We are headquarters for
School Books
Scribblers,
Exercise Books
aiiu'supjilies of every description
Give us a trial
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
We have constantly on hand
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Miners' Supplies, etc.
At Right Prices
To arrive shortly-A Car Lot of Groceies,
Provisions, Coal Oil &c. for fall and winter.
A. R.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public,
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
"If PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
NEW SPRING GOODS
ARRIVING DAILY-*--
We are in a position to show you one of the best assorted stocks ever placed in Nicola, We have secured
the newest and most fashionable goods, so you can depend on anything you see here as just right for style,
quality and value.
We lead and will convince you so that you will
leave us and be well satisfied with our goods.
New Dress Goods
New Skirts
New Silk Waists
New Shoes
All of the Best and Prices to suit the pockets.
See and be Convinced.
Lumber, Flour and Feed always on Hand.
),
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SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORii!
K union; u and Vernuli
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
I
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lower Nioola,        -        -        B. 0.
2TOTICE.
OOUTItKE tfOTKL
CUUTLEK. B C.
Jos. Richards,     -      proprietor
A SITTING of the County Oourt of Vale,
����� will be held Iu the Court House, Nicola
li. C, on
Monday, 9th October
LOWKR NICOLA, R 0.
Subscribe for the Herald, 82 per year.
at 10 a, m
1KO, MURRAY,
n. C. Registrar
All kindi of repair work done in a
neat and satisfactory nmnneraud in shor
notice.
Horseshoeing1
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tour sts.
Good Stabling ln Connection. Telephone Connection

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