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Array 11 R L.gUl��tir�� Assembly
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ICOLA HERALD
(>/     NOV 19 W
Vol. 2.  No. 4fr_. l/,CTORiA,5^NICOLA, B.C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1906
$2 a Year
BRIDGE THE NICOLA
MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY OM
TBI SUBJECT.
Delegates Selected  to Interview Got
ernraent and Railway Co. to Construct a Bridge  Between
Town and Station
An exceedingly well attended public
meeting was held in Pooley's Hall on
Tuesday evening to consider the question of a new bridge. EL H. Matthews
was appointed to the chair and G. M.
Brash secretary of the meeting.
A. E. Howse in a few words stated
the purpose for which the meeting had
been called and how the matter of a
new bridge to connect with the railway
station was an urgent necessity, the
present facilities for crossing the river
being totally inadequate for traffic besides being very inconvenient and as regards the foot bridge unsafe. Jam:?
Pooley thought that the C. P. R. might
be approached with a view to thtir doing something in the matter and suggested that a deputation might wait
upon the officials of the C. P. R. and
place the matter before them for consideration. A. R. Carrington suggested
that failing the C. P. R. being willing
to financially assist the scheme, they
might be asked for a delegate to accompany the delegation from this meeting to interview the government. A f ter
a further discussion of the matter the
following resolutions were moved seconded and unanimously agreed to.
"That owing to the necessity of a
bridge to connect more directly with
the railway station on the opposite side
of the river and to afford more convenient facilities for travel transport both
to the station and to the road leading
to Aspen Grove and other important
points this meeting appoint Messrs.
Howse, Winny, Clapperton and Broad-
bent a delegation to interview the
government and urge upon them the
importance of immediate construction
of a suitable bridge.
"That this meeting would respectfully
through its delegates that a bridge which
would allow of wagons passing one
another and with a side walk for passengers would be a suitable bridge looking to the growing importance and increasing traffic on the roads of this
district."
The matter for present accomodation
for traffic across the river was then
brought up and Messrs Murray, Strickland and Marquart were appointed a
committee to approach Mr. Clark with
t view to obtaining permission to
go through his place and if permission
were obtained to arrange for getting a
temporary foot bridge built across the
river near that point. In the event of
failure to obtain permission they
were empowered to arrange for the necessary repairs to the present foot bridge
so as to make it safe for passengers.
A vote of thanks to J. Pooley for the
use of the hall and to the chairman and
secretary for their services concluded
the proceedings.
Orianlae Board of Trade
The people of Chilliwack are now be
ginning to think of the possibilities their
town offers as a manufacturing centre,
So far the chief industry of the whole
district has been farming, there being
only one factory in the town. To make
known the possibilities of the town and
to encourage manufacturers to bring
capital In there, the people of Chilliwack are talking of forming a Board of
Trade. Already preliminary steps for
the formation of such an
have been taken.
Caledonian Ball.
On the evening of St. Andrew's Day
a ball under the auspices of the Nicola
Athletic Association will be held in
Pooley's Hall, Nicola. The committee
I in charge of the arrangements are spar-
. ing no effort to make this a success and
' with a good floor, best of music and an
e^thusiartic throng of dancers, hope to
make this the dance of the season.
Tickets, price $2 may now be had from
any of the committee and will be on
sale at the various stores. At Coutlee
tickets may he had from J. A. Richards
or from S. J. Solomon and at Lower
Nicola from G. B. Armstrong and A.
Fyall and at Quilchena from S. Kirby
and A. Jackson.
"IN MEMORIAM"
VERNON G GZOWSKI PASSES AW AT
AFTER  SHORT ILLJ.E88
Attacked With   Pneumonia About a
Week Before Death. Body Taken
East By His Brother For
Interment.
The death occurred last Friday at the
construction camp hospital of George
Vernon Gzowski, who was a member of
the engineering staff of Loss, Maedonell
& Co., contractors on the Nicola branch
of the C. P. R. Mr. Gzowski was attacked with pneumonia about a week
previous and was removed to the hospital where everything Dr. Ker and his
the Boundry Creek Times. With prices I assistants could do was done to alleviate
stea.ily advancing the outlook is full of the  patients sufferings.    The attack
The Copper Situation.
The copper situation continues  to be
very satisfactory to the Boundary, says
encouragment. The fear expressed in
some quarters that an artificial market
was being created appears groundless.
however was too severe and in spite of
the best medical attention it was possible to obtain,   the deceased passed
The best copper authorities both Amer-1 ilWay after a short illness.
ican and English say there is no stored
copper and tnat the demand is equal to
or in excess of supply. They claim to
see steadily appreciating prices for some
time in the future. This means much
for the boundary country where the
mining and smelting are already on an
economical scale and where the introduction of electric power will still further reduce it. If small smelters and
expensive power could produce copper
without loss at 12 cents, say the profits
of large smelters operated with cheap
power and a 22 cent product ought to be
very gratifying. In this way the companies will soon be able to recoup heavy
initial expences and early losses.
During his illness his brother, C. S.
Gzowski, was a close attendant at the
bedside and was with him during his
last moments.
The deceased was 29 years of age and
was well known and respected all over
he district, while on the construction
he was a general favorite, liked by
everyone with whom he cam" in contact.
Of a most 'indly disposition, cheery
and good natured his many kind actions
are remembered by a host of friends
who will always treasure his memory.
The remains of the deceased were
taken to Spences Bri.'ge and after being embalmed were sent to Toronto for
interment. C. S. Gzowoki a brother
of the deceased accompanied the remains to their home in the east.
The deceased leaves a father, mother
and several brothers and sisters to
mourn his early loss and they have the
sincere sympathy of the many friends
of the deceased in this district with
them in their sad bereavement.
Church of England Baaaar.
A bazaar and sale of work in aid of
the parsonage building fund will be held
by the Ladies Guild of the Church of
England in Pooley's Hall on Friday
November 30th. As the intention of
the vestry is to get a parsonage built
at the earliest possible moment, the
Ladies Guild have kindly agreed to devote the funds raised at this bazaar to
this purpose, and as the articles on sale
are usually of a useful character besides
being ornmental and are usually Bold at
a very moderate figure, it jb hoped that
the results from this sale of work will
be no whit behind its predecessors.
Refreshments will be served during the
day and it is hoped that a large attendance will be present to further the objects of a bazaar which is in the highest
degree worthy of patronage.
LOCAL NEWS.
G. Dickson of Coutlee and late of
Granite Creek was a visitor to Nicola
on Tuesday.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
RAILROAD ACCIDENT NEAR KAM
LOOPS TUESDAY
One Passenger Killed and  SeveaUet
Injured.- -aptatn Grlffln Aoqult-
ted of the Charge of Haa
���laughter.
News is to hand of a railroad accident
which occurred on Tuesday night about
nine miles east of Kamloops. Very
little information is to hand as to particulars, but it seems that an east bound
and a west bonnd train collided at that
point. One passenger was killed and
sixteen or seventeen injured.
The
Eligible Men Must Vote
An Ottawa despatch says
speech from the throne at the opennig
of Parliament on the 22nd instant, in
addition to the reference to the intended tariff revision and an amendm ent to
the Insurance Act, will promise an introduction of such legislation as experience has proved necessary for the perfection of the Canada Election Law.
The act as proposed will certainly include clauses of a most drastic character and penalties for its infraction which
even the most unscrupulous party workers will hesitate before incurring in.
If the view of the special committee
last session prevails, one feature will be
a clause requiring every qualified voter
to record a ballot in parliament ry elections on a penalty of disfranchisement
for a term of years.
W. Rannie will have his firms contract on the Nicola railway completed
in a few days.
J. M. Oir��tian nf Kam'oopa, was in
tbe Valley thkt week purchasing horses
for the Northwest trade.
A. W. .rrickland, manaeer of the
Bank of Montreal at Nicola left yesterday on a visit to the coast.
Divorce the Hotel From the Bar.
If ever a mesalliance was contracted
it was when the hotel was wedded I o
the bar room. Who brought about the
match, who issued the license, who performed the ceremony that made these
two one is not discoverable; but as a
sample of match making it is very poor.
���'Unequally yoked" is a mild way
of describing this union.
The hotel is intended to be a place of
rest and refreshment for all travellers
male or female, temporary substitute
for a home for those compelled to be
away from their own hearths. Why
should a bar room which neither rests
nor refreshes, which is a desecrator of
home be attached to such a place any
more than to a barber shop, grocery
store or post office? If the convenience
of the patron of the bar was considered
the post office of the small town and
village is surely a better place for it.
If a man wants to sell liquor to his
fellow man the law with apparent irrelevance says to him: "We cannot permit you to open a bar over which to dispense liquor to thirsty citizens from
across the road, unless you attach to it
a dining room and bedrooms in which to
provide food and rest for travelers
from the ends of the earth." What
earthly connection there is between
these two kinds of business the law
dues not elucidate.
However, this man wants to sell
liquor because there is money in the
business and so complies with the conditions by keeping a hotel after a fashion. If he is in the country or small
town the law forces him to keep a large
house for a very few travellers
and it is an expense to him and
not a money-maker if he keeps it well.
He did not want to keep hotel in the
first place, he found it only a distraction I ir^d7t QuebeeTast wwk with ov'er
from his real trade of liquor selling,      ,     ,   .     ��� . ,
��� fill       ��� 1_     _l       __     ��� _    ��� I I   ���'-      knnrl*A_f      ____ili\i��c_      iinH      Mannno       ti>_.m
and cares little in what state it is kept I
as long as it is within the limits of what
the law has demanded. There is no incentive to especially consider the ac-
F. Hart of Portland, Ore., arrived in
Nicola today and will return on tomorrows stage to Spences Bridge.
Fred Richardson, representing the
Ames, Holden Co. was in Nicola Valley
this week doins business for his firm.
A series of special meetings will be
held in the Methodist Church, Lower
Nicola commencing on Sunday evening,
November 18th.
The Diamond Vale.
Work ia still going on steadily at the
Diamond Vale workings on the Garcia
property. Day and night shifts keep
the work going on all the time. It is
expected that another hole will be put
down shortly. The work is being done
in a systematic manner and the ground
thoroughly tested.
Rev. Dr. Herdman of Calgary, representing the Presbyterian Church of
the west was a visitor in the Nicola
Valley the past week.
To Contest Dewdney.
Robert Jardine of New Westminster
has been selected by Dewdney Liberal*
to contest that seat for the provincial
house with Premier Mc Bride at the
coming election.
V. 8 Elections.
The state elections were held in the
United States on Tuesday last. The
principal interest was centered on
'he New York elections, which elected
Hughes as governor-over Hearst.
New Judge.
Announcement is made that W. H. P.
Clement, country court judge of Grand
Forks has been appointed to the position on the supreme bench made vacant
by the promotion of Justice Duff to the
supreme court of Canada.
Hindu Immigration.
The dominion government has made
representations to the Indian government through the imperial authorities,
which, it is hopes, will result in putting
a stop to the wholesale immigration of
Hindus to this country.
Hugh Irvine who for a number of
years has been road man between Nicola and Spences Bridge left recently
for the coast and expects later on to
go up north.
J. B. Bright the well known contractor on the railroad visited Nicola on
Tuesday. He expects to pull out very
shortly to start work on his new subcontract on the V. V. & E.
Tellowhead Pass.
The Grand Trunk Pacific hasdecideed
upon Yellowhead Pass as the one which
it is to use to reach the Pacific coast.
This has bean done after careful survey*
The Government will be asked to approve this pass, which will give a grade
through the Rocky Mountains of about
four-tenths of 1 per cent.
J. Maedonell returned this week from
Cariboo where his firm has a large contract at Bullion. He will remain on
construction until his partner, C. S.
Gzowski returns from the east
Copper Going Dp.
An expert formerly connected with
the Clark interest, now identified with
Heinze, says that the development of
China and the Orient will be the mean*
of doubling the price of copper in the
nevt five years, and it is predicted that
the metal will fetch 25 cents a pound
before the beginning of next April.
Bluejacket* En Route
The Canadian Pacific liner Lake Erie
hundred sailors and marines from
Chatam Eng.,en route forEsquimalt B.
C. where they will go aboard a British
, .       t ,, ,        ,    warship.   There are five officers in the
comodation of travellers nor to make j .,. . ,
the place attractive to them, as long as P81^' and the men  are in ch*r&e of
organization the paying part of the proposition is the Lieut. Douglas.   The party left for the
......    tv���_.,>. a.i���... 'west on a special train.
bar.-Farmer's Advocate.
The workmen on the other side of the
river are making rapid progress with
the new buildings, and despite the inclement weather expect to have them
finished well within the stipulated time.
According to the report of the Provincial Bureau of Information about 20,000
acres of orchard were set out in B. C.
during the past year, representing an
aggregate of over a million trees, besides which about 600 acres were tet
out in strawberries.
Capt. Grlffln Aoqulted.
Capt. Griffin of the Princess Victori-
was acquited by Judge Henderson at
Vancouver on Saturday of the charge
of manslaughter in connection with the
Chehalis disaster.
ln pronuncing judgment the court
said that the evidence of witnesses for
the defence was unanimous on the poinl
that the Chehalis swerved from her
courre and brought about a critical con
dition of affairs. The court could find
nothing in the evidence to justify it ir.
fixing on Captain Griffin the stigma o.
a crime, and therefore acquitted him.
The announcement was received with
applause. THE NICOU HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD     bkodoht parties tooether
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance, 12 a Tear
Nicola, B. C, November 15,1906.
"BKTTER TKRMS."
The question of better terms is
tieing thoroughly muddled by the
Liberal press of this province.
They say it is not a party question
md then with all their puny might
they twist and turn motives and
statements to suit their own ends
.md in many cases make rash statements the very reverse of true.
With oneaccord they havedenoun-
ced the line of conduct pursued by
the Premier at the Ottawa conference and not content with villify-
ing and shying mud at him they
have totally misrepresented his attitude in connection with increased
subsidies.
To take one instance the Premier
has been charged with refusing the
grant of 115,000 per annum awarded
to this province under the provisions of the Quebec agreement.
The Premier has more than once
explained that this grant was not
in question. This grant, in line
with similar grants tobther provinces had already been decided upoi.
and formed no part whatever of tht
case for "Better Terms."
The question at issue between
the Premier of this province and
the other Premiers was as to whether the sunt of a million spread ovet
a period of ten years was asuital.li
sum to hand over to B. C. in fitta
settlement of the claims of thi
province to exceptional treatment
That the sum of $100,000 paid yearly for ten years filled the bill as regards the claims of this Provinc.
for special consideration. No sain
man who has given this mattei
reasonable thought will believe,
and it shows how poor an opinio!
the Liberal Press have of its reader.'
when they deliberately ask them
to endorse such a scheme, which
would practically fix for all time
the amount of money which thu
proxince, by reason of its configuration and inaccessibility is undoubtedly entitled to. Every thinking
man who has the good of the province at heart will assuredly endorse
the position taken by the Premier
in turning down the trivial sum offered as a full and final settlement
of our special claims. The statement that the Premier refused the j
grant of $115,000 per annum  is I
gross liliel and has been done purely i
... i
from political motives and it says
little for the cause which it is sup-
i
posed to represent, when the Lib- \
eral Press continue to publish these���
mis-statements, and try to decry
the attitude of the Premier on a
qnestion in which he should have
the whole-souled support of everyone in the province.
If Fernie Strike la Settled It is due to
Minister of Finanoa.
I The negotiations between General
Manager Lindsey and Messrs. Burke
|and Sharp, representing President
I Mitchell, have been in progress for sev-
' eral days. Neither side will say anything for publication as to the nature of
the negotations and the progress being
> made, but the public regards the fact
that the negotations are continuing as
a hopful sign.
It is now known that the provincial
Government through Finance Minister
Tatlow, has taken an active part in
bringing the two parties together. Tatlow requested Mitch.'.l to come himself
or if that were impossible, to send a
representative, and Mitchell sent Burke
and Sharp in response to that request.
Mr. Lindsey also returned to Fernie to
meet these men at Tatlow's request.
The Telford rase.
Apropos of the refusal of the British
Columbia Medical council to take action
respecting the application of Dr. Robert Telford, of Vancouver, to have his
name replaced on the roll, the Advertiser
has the following: "Dr. Telford says
that he understands the reason for the
refusal to be, that he is still practicing
his profession. He adds that if he
would be restored within a reasonable
time he would discontinue practice, but
under the circumstances he will still
continue to give his S'rvics free to
patients at the Burrard sanitorium,
though char? .'s will of BOOTH be made
for medicine, baths, rooms, etc. He
will make application for re-instatment
it the next session of the council.
.'.ittfcw
KAMLOOPS,   ASHCROFT,. NICOLA
AND   SIMILKAMEEN    MINING
DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT.
Iiiiliiiii.
Unequalled us a
Sunjincr ftesort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
yt'lLCHESA, B. C.
Notice is hereby given that all placer
claims legally held in the Kamloops,
.shcroft, Nicola and Similkameen Mining Division of Yale District will be
laid over from the 1st day of May, 1907.
G. C. Tunstall.
Gold Commissioner.
Kamloops, Oct. 27th, 1906.
W. J. KERR
Watchmakerjeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All  lauds of  Witti'hf-, Clock., Jewelry,
etc., kept in .i"rk.    Weililing present" h up.cinliy.
Firi-i tinm rep-ori* dune nn short notic*
>lnl letuine'l -i I'lice
Mines
Noiiie In herebj Kiventhit .ixt\ iWy. nftei
d I' j tHeud io uupl) tnihe rhlef f'omini-
rtinner ��� t I/in-* ;ml Wink, inr lu'inii. _inn li
linn hunt' Mi mre* uf n (iiiiitaln in. nun I,mil
-ilimii' in Omnle Valley, Meula O'mrr.
unit dewiltiHt ft" follow.: ''I'liuiiencinu H
i |io-l  iii*iked  H,  ll,  ... K, eiirner, at. thi
.��. loiiii"   nf II.   ("niuliim'.  pro mu'inn:
ihenee im ih-"ehain_ thence we-t 4" ehain>:
thei'Ce -Ollth NO ehaili.;   thrOCt Met W ((___>
li point nf i'Oiiin i nreinint.
Nicola. Sept. li, IM. H. UKyl'HAK'l
NOTICE.
Nnllce li herehy irlven that nlxt. day. aftei
date I Inlend In ��|i|ily In Ike i hief comini>
-Innei" ut lands mid work* ( * |e i nu ��� inn I
|iiiiTha��e Iiii mmt ��� t pasture land in tin
Nleiila IMvi-ii'ii o' Yale Dintrlrt. .Huaied h-
follow-: i oiiinii in ii'K il ,i -uke at iu' H.y.
i nil' r of l,oi 715.1 heme we- 4" ihaum, Ihenn
.on h'_n<h nn.. i hii,re en*t Hi chalni, thenci
���oulh ID I'lmiin. ili ireiHHt Hu-buui., ilnnn
nor h 40 t'hain . Ihen e ea_t _0 i hniim. them i
norih -Ui.lmin . contatniiiit t_0*i<N_
.-���ola. Auk, '��, M_ M. E. OOKHKTr.
Bank of Hontreal
Capital, all paidjip Jl4,400,000.!Rest, $10,000,000
Head Office:   Montreal.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
,   Interest allowed at current rates.
DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
FARMERS' AND RANCHERS' NOTES DISCOUNTED.
NICOLA BRANCH
A W, STRICKLAND,
Manager.
STEw__t RT'8
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
WATCH REPAIRING
.III ��,inl�� "t VVaicn, Ci"fk
.. il .1- e i\ te ��n�� il he in
h' i. ' I .. r>*.. hiiiI _ .11. f .(������
n ii iit.ii'i.'I All work
eiitius e.i  i" "il' ere ..ill  he
l'olll|il.leil    Inl 19*Otttwi <llh.
U'   li
W.   .. VkHI'IH-I-I, .V CO.,
I'. I'. It Time I'l-pei'iora. Kanilnopa
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
ONION MADl'l CIQAI.S
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR PIC OR!
148 Cordova St, W.
VANCOUVER B O.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty day>
from date I Intend to apply to the chiei
commissioner of lands and works fot
permission  to  purchase  160 acres ol
| mountain pasture land situated about!
miles from Nicola, described as follow;
commencing at a post marked J. C. jr.
N w corner, thence east 40 chains, thenet
I south 40 chains, thence west 40 chain.,
thence norih 40 chains to point of com-
i mencement.   The initial post of  lano
j applied for lies about one mile w of M.
Adams N w corner post.
J. Clapperton, Jr.,
Locato
Sept. 13th, 1906.      R. H. Winny, Ag
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to tne chief commissioner of land,
and works for a licence to prospect for
coal on the following described lan<
commencing at the N E corner lot 1346,
at a stake marked F. C. Tingley ana
running s 80 chains, E 80 chains, n W
chains, thence w 80 chains to initial
oost, 640 acres. F. C. Tinuley,
Nicola, Locator.
Sept. 28, 1906. W. Munro, Agt.
Also commencing at a post marked I'.
Tingley, N w corner adjoining F. C. T.,
N E corner thence S 80 chains, E 80, N
80, w 80 to point of commencement.
Nicola. P. Tingley, Locator.
Sept. 28, 1906. W. Munro, Agt.
also  General Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge.
Every   I hursday lur  Mcola  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
hvery   Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Hridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
[.very Tuesday and  Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Spicial trips made by appointment.
Telephon- connection with Kamloops
M. P. KTK.WAKT,    -    -    Proprietor
An ad. in the  local paper pays.   The
Nicola Herald is the advertising medium.
II.H-      >"'l       lllHlll     I III'       _ "lllii'lful
new AI ii in > > i ii tn l.hh ..nu
COLUMBIA
CRAPHOPHONE?
The molt perfect talking machine
yet pruduccd.
Prices, |35,  1.0 and t-0
Old style talkers from $6 up.
For Pr-cea ami Terms Writ- to
M.M.WAITT&CO.
-67 Granville Street
VANCOUVER,     -     .     -     B. O.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1892   1906
HEW WESTMINSTER. R O.
i.ev. W. .1. IlllUll, B. A . n.n
Rev. J. P Itawau, Burmr.
A cniplite  ciininersiiil and liu.inn..
course.   Students prepaied tn K-in teach-
! era certifirids of all grades.   In  univer
���my work . full course fnr the B. A. de
I uree "I Toronto University.
Instruction given in Music, Art, I'lijn
oal Culture and Klocution.
Send for Calendar.
CHOICE bTOCK Ol?'
Confectionery
And a Full Line of
FRESH NUTS OF ALL KINDS
___������ ..,      ���-.nil��� -_.. .- .-i     ���      -_-' ���-
FINE  QUALITY OF WINTER APPLES
Secure a Box at Once
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SOFT DRINKS
.1  (1  I FflNARfl BILUARDS AND POOL
Us     Us     LLUIinllU    Evi'tythuiK New and   First Class
NICOLA
PORTABLE SAWMILL
.Umifaithiickr inii Dlil.RK IN
Rough and Dressed
Lumber
Is prepared to take contracts for
sawing lumber and getting out
timber.
i.cikthI Mill . onlrHil. I tr<iil<<l
PRICKS MODRRATB
Mail orders promptly attended to
J. A. MENZIES,   -   Lower Nicola.
M. J. HENRY'S
Nurseries and Seedhouses
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Home Shoeing a ipucialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B. 0.
I,.i_" m.,c- nf HOME CROWN Fruit
.nd OrnalMMal Trees now matured fur
ihe full i mill'
N ' vipeii.��, Iuch or delay of fucaigv
nun m iii-pcrrioii
I1h_i:<jii_��i��.s fnf Pucific Cnant urown
(iinlrn,   Fluid  mill   Flower   Seedn in
MM    SUPI'LIKS,    Sprsy   Pump-.
Wlmle Oil 8up, lirei'iihuuNi! Plants, Cut
Ki. wi-is liulhn for fall planting.
Wh rio t'UHineJii nn rur own ({rounds���
1 no mi in i">v nnd are prepred to meet
I all r.������������(__'i.i. ii   .
Ll nn- iir Cf your list' hefr.ru placing
ynur'uder.   CaUligue Free.
M. J. HK.NltY,
3010 Wtwtmisrtcr itovi,      VaNoooycB, B, C.
JX.O.W.
ClOUKT NICOI.A. No. ��eil.A.O.-r..in����i��
/ ��cc-nd ana fourih Krldai Id each month
at > p.m., in Kraiey'ii Hall. VliitlnK hrethre-
oordiai-f wvited.
A. ll. CiaaiROTON. CR.
W nowDOH MeRRtf.See, THE  NICOLA  HERALD
REAL ESTATE
NSURANCE
IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE
RANCHES Ai TOWN PROPERTY
FOR SALE
List Your Property With Me
TO PROSPECTORS AND OTHERS:  TAKE OUT AN ACCIDENT AND
SICKNESS INSURANCE POLICY.
G. M. BRASH,     herald block     NICOLA, B. C.
PATRONIZE
YOUR LOCAL PAPER
THE NICOLA HERALD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
NOTICE.
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to the hon. the chief commissioner j
of lands and works for permission to
purchase the following described lands,
situated as follows: Commencing at a
post near tbe 8. E. comer of lot 196,
thence north 20 chains, thence east 60
chains, thence south 20 chains, tbence
west along lake shore to point of com-
m .ncement, containing 120 acres more
or loss. G. M. Brash.
Nicola, October 1st, 1906.
NOTICK
Notioei'i hereby iriven tha> ft) day. af'er
data I iiitinri tiiH|iplv io lhe eliief rommli-
-innerof Inn-, and work-for perini-nion to
o'ir. li '-"'.-ll aeren of p.-ure land, joining K.
Hill ifur-   nr���   -oinii enrintf nt   It.   Uulhford'ri
MM ICE
Sixlv div-ftfierdale I ii.lpiid lo apply inllie
Hon.iheiliief i'ii,ihi,i.Hi.inerof land,ami ��mil
fir lernii-lo  Iiii-e iwo kiitii i.f mud f.ir
aw io II nil i-'-iis, Hi-itIbiI aa f'HlilwK
nil." ring Hi J, (i.  'Iijioie'    No.  |    n.i   .ml mn
Bake  No.  ill    ��outh ra-.  c rner   running | miu |gj f,.i" ,,orih. i|o nee 21" feel .a-'  itrH
inn,    UMMt jamt m JBMiaa, |UD_e.i li, heu.'.'-ln *e�� uinai p,*i.  This
Inn''I-,-n iiiimi v. .nl iiari of Tula "een I.OWH-
th"iir�� smith 3> chain-, thence i-i._t SO chain" to
polnl of coniiiieiicimenl,
H. ULTl.l.lKOKU. SB.
AapenOrovc, Octal. 191.1
NOTICE.
��� ileal  lim  1'illel of III'in hike
J. '*. THYNSK.
���llei Valii    mi. _.i. I!....
Notice lo Hunters.
Any person found in pursuit of game Notice is hereby given  that hunting
on any part of the Tamerton Ranch with- or shooting on the premises of the un-
out permission of the undersigned will dersigned,    without    permission,    is
be prosecuted,            Mrs. Pooley. strictly prohibited.      J. _i.ackwell.
Gives all the news of the Nicola Valley and country
in general.   When you had no local paper you were
all wishing you had one-now that it is here, help it
along and it will help you.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
NEW TYPE ! NEW PRESSES !
Let ua have your orders for anything in this line
and we will guarantee you work as good as the
best ana at fair prices.
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___--: THE NICOLA HERALD
DIBD,
Geo. Murray, Government Agent re-
Gzowau.-At Railway Hospital, near j turned Thursday evening from a visit
Coutlee B.C. on Friday, November 9th to the Similkameen,
George  Vernon
years.
Gzowski,   aged 29
LOCAL NOTES
J. Garcia was a visitor to Nicola on
Tuesday.
James   Chapman of Lower  Nicola
'isited town on Tuesday.
A. Jackson of Quilchena was a visitor
'.') Nicola on Sunday.
Court Nicola, A. 0. F. will hold an
'At Home" on Friday evening 23rd.
Rev. D. K. Allen will conduct services
at Nicola and Lower Nicola on Sunday.
Geo. Murray will deliver a lecture to
the Young People's Guild on Tuesday
evening in the church.
M. L. Grimmett, accompanied by his
wife and family is expected to arrive in
Nicola to-day.
Mrs. A. R, Carrington returned Mon-
,ay from California where she has been
visiting for some time.
R. McKenzie who has been for some
time engaged on railroad construction
was a visitor to Nicola vesterdav.
��',. A. Jukes, A. Kappelle, R. C. Campbell-Johnston anb H. S. Cleashy of
Coutlee were in Nicola on Saturday.
A. E. Hrw-? and R. H. Winnv lef*
for the coast on yesterday's train, on
business connected with the townsite.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Try Eastwood's Pork Sausages at the
M M M.	
Why should you get wet when you
can buy a Rain Coat for $2.60 at G. B.
Armstrong's, Lower Nicola.
Secure your winter apples at Leonard's. A fine quality of the choicest
on hand.     	
The Nicola Portable Sawmill is again
to the front. Send your orders direct
and save commissions. Allorders promptly filled.   Address Lower Nicola.
Go to the M M M for your winter's
supply of vegetables.
Largest assortment of hats, caps,
gloves and sweaters ever offered in
Nicola Vallay on sale at G. B. Armstrong's, Lower Nicola.
For Sale.-A New.. Drawer Drop
Head Singer Sewing Machine for $35.00
cash. H. L. Roberts, The Right House.;
Nicola.	
An ad. in the local paper pays. The
Nicola Herald is the advertising medium.
If you are looking for a choice selection of Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, etc.,
I have them.   G. B. Armstrong.
Comfort is produced by usirg good
tobacco and the "Shield Brand" pipe
sold by J. A. Scott, tobacconist, Kamloops.
Just landed this week-a full and
complete line of stoves, ranges, etc.
My prices are the lowest and my stock
most complete.   G. B. Armstrong.
Subscribe for the   Nicola   Herald
$2.00 a year.
FOR SALE,
A large Queen Heater.   A snap.
D. K. Allen.
KEEP YOUR HORSE
WELL GROOMED
liyurtimu ali.M'Y steel wire
hurt* bruah The "Dandy" remove! dandruff and loot., hair,
leaves the skin in healthy c n
d on .ii and Wnhm the horse feel
good.
Full Sock of
Harness and Saddlery
alwatH in h.ml
Secure /��� ur .upp'ies at
Barwick's
NICOLA, B C.
H. L GRIMMETT, LL B.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY   PUBLIC,    KTC.
Solicitor for the Bank of Montreal.
NICOLA, ��� B. C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c
I Mil i ���ial Ail mi ni -I rat or
Olflce.-('o nnienlal Hlock, e��at of I'Mt Office.
KaniloopH, R. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Rami.*, Snliriti.r and   ___*__f  PuMir
llfttce:   Ka-t of Ihe Innadlan Ban k of Com-
uiene. mmiiIi i-ide of Victoria *treet, Kamloop��.
Money in loan on real atmit iwurity.
The annnal bazaar of the St. John's
Church of England will be held in Pooley's hall on Friday evening Nov. 30th.
Coo. Munro road master of the Thompson Division of the C. P. R. was look-
ine over the Nicola hranch this week.
M'ss Laura Carrington returned on
Monday from Victoria where she has
hepn visiting for some time with relatives.
STRAYED.
Strayed to R. Gulliford's ranch Aspen
Grove, a cow branded B on side. Owner can have same by paying expenses.
The BarwVk BV c't is making rapiH
headway. The upstairs portion which
has been rented hy M. L. Grimmett
is ready for occupation an 1 will be occupied by him very shortly.
A special meeting of St. John's Guild
for the purpose of making final arrang-
ments for the annual bazaar will be held
on Monday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. A. W. Strickland.
Wm. Murray, manaeer of the Canadian Bank of Commerce at Vancouver,
and Mrs. Murray, who have been visit-
i.ig with Mrs. Pooley at Tamerton Ranch
left for the coast this week.
M BEATTIE
JI;c"Uiiiaiii.Ciiniiiiis. i.iii,Insurance
aiol Oeneral Ai����-ur.
Main Street - Kamloops
School
Supplies
Everything Up-to-Date and
all New Lines and Good
Lines.   Send in your orders
Mail Orders Promptly
Attended to
Tickets for the Caledonian Ball on Friday evening, November 30th, St. Andrew's Day, are now for sale. The ball
is being held under the Auspices of the
Nicola Athletic Association and bids
fair to be the dance of the season.
In the Matter ok the Estate of
WILLIAM CHARTERS
DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors
and others having claims against the
estate of William Charters, rancher,
late of Nicola Valley, province of British Columbia, deceased, to forward to
either of the undersigned on or before
the 15th day of December next, full
particulars of their claims and the nature of the security (if any) held by
them.
And that on and after the said 15th
day of December, the undersigned will
proceed to distribute thy said estate
having regard only to the claims against
the same of which they shall then have
had notice and will not be responsible
for the payment of any claims, other
than those of which they shall have received notice as aforesaid.
Dated at Nicola Valley, this 25th day
of October, A. D., 1906.
Alec. D. Macintyre,
Official Administrator.
H. D. Green-Armytaue.
Attorney for the heirs of the said deceased.
GRAM) PACIFIC HOTKL Kamloopa.   The
neareal hel el 10 lhe railway -tal ion.    'I he
only covnenlenl hotel  for traveler-.     (IimxI
riKima, giant tanle, Kieni liq'ioi-.    Two largt-
Htinple room..   I1, A. llarnhari, protnietor.
Oood . tahhliK in rinw i linn.
SMITH BROS.
8oo_siofe
Ka.nli...(.�� V��r:
G. HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CABHIA-E AND WAliON WORK
Hor_eshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
Mr. C. S. Gzowski wishes to take
this opportunity of thanking the residents of the Nicola Valley for their kind
condolences in his bereavement and to
thank them for there several kindnesses to his brother during his illness.
AslH'ltii.T HOI KL.   The mo.t i-onv. nient
ho el for visitor- in A>hiTn(i.  The but of
table board.   Hot ann oold hatha.   (lur roiira-
��� rn'aiivi'ini'i't .all nam..   Jiihli-iill & I'elkilia.
proprletori,.
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agts
���-roK���
Minlnif (-nlmi'tnrs, farm machinery, bii(wli a
miller-, HlflKhKi'T. hend fnrinr lint of farm
and mlnlnu propertied. Itepoi ta on minim, nro
p.-riloK throtiKh the Diatrin. Cable adireei-
"Aurum."  Oaitm Hroiohall, More.ng k Ntul.
Warehouae-Canford. Nicola Valley, B. C.
The Young People's League spent a
very pleasant evening at the residence
of D. Dodding, Lower Nicola, on Tuesday evening. A spelling "bee" was an
interesting item on the programme.
During the evening refreshments were
served. Mr. Dodding lias just moved
into hia new substantial residence and
well wishes were expressed that their
new home might be enjoyed for many
years to come.
-
GOUTI-EK HOTKL
COUTLEE. B.C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling ln Connection.
Telephone Connection
I PEOPLES .11
UR Stock is now complete.
Having received the last
week Flour, Groceries,
Canned Goods, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes	
Everything Fresh   and Up-to-Date.
Our Fall and Winter Samples
for
SUITS
are just in.
Call in and give your order.
Prices Right.
A. R CARRINGTON,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IS-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
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 FIRE INSURANCB OO.S
NOVEMBER SNAPS
BOYS SUITS
2 Piece . nits, sizes 30 and 32 only)
original price $3 J
3-Piece Suits, 30-31-32 only, orig |
inal price $6 I
3-Piece Suits, sizes 30-31-32 only
original price $8
MEN'S TOP SHIRTS
, Dozen Grey All Wool Shirts, sizes
4.y2 to 17. A Warm comiortable
winter shirt and a Jcal  bargain at
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS
A number of odd garments, shirts
only, original prices ranged from 75c
to $225 each. Come and take
your choice for
Now
$2
Now
$4
Now
$5.50
$1.00
Each
50
Cents
N.B.
THE RIGHT HOUSE
NIOOLA, -        B. C.
- A full line of Rubbers and Overshoes
in stock.  You will want a pair soon.,

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