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THE NIGOLA
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Vol I.   No. 21.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1905.
$2 a Year.
SHOT NICOLA BEAR
HUNTERS SAT IT WAS THB   LARO
EST EVER SEEN IN NIOOLA
John OoUett and J. McNeil Chase a Big
Black Bear Up a Tree and After
Entertaining For a Tim*
Shot  Him
The following bear story has
reached The Nicola Herald
office by special despatch:
Last week John Collett and
J. McNeil were out rounding
up stock near Quilchena, they
shot the largest black bear that
has ever been seen in the Nicola valley. While riding along
they spotted the bear on the
side of the mountain and after a
race of about 500 yards outflanked Bruin and succeeded
in scaring him so badly that he
climbed the first available tree.
Collett entertained Bruin with
song and story while Mac rode
to the ranch, two miles distant,
to secure a gun. While Mac
was absent the bear made sev
eral attempts to escape, but
Johnny on-the-spot detained
him. On the arrival ot Mc
Neil with the gun, the bear
was up the tree about twenty
feet, and Collett put two shots
in him before he fell when McNeil put the finishing touches
with a revolver.
The bear tipped the scale at
400 pounds and stood 6 feet 10
inches. He was no doubt an
old times as his teeth were considerably worn.
Railway Work.
Construction work on the
Nicola railway is being pushed
ahead rapidly and trains will
be ruuning in the spring to
Nicola. For some time it was
thought it would be along in
tbe summer before such an
event would happen, but with
the progress it will be earlier.
The first several miles is
ready for the rails and at several other points along the
route the grade is also ready.
The work on tunnel is going
on very satisfactory and the
heavy rock bluffs are being
hewed into a grade.
Loss, Macdonnell Co. are
starting a construction camp at
Coutlee and will work both
way from that point The
wagon road is being kept open
and the contractors are sparing
no efforts to keep it in shape
for stage and freight traffic.
LOOKING OVER COAL LANDS
Coast Ooal Men Visit The Coldwater
Properties.
Jaunts Dunsmuir, W. .1. Sutton and F.
I). Lii'la nf Natnaimo ware at Coutlte
latt Friday night and looked over the
c al proierty on the Coldwater, recently
hooded tn Mr. Dunsmuir. After looking
nver th* ltnd in question they spent t
���hurt time in Nicola on their wty to
Ksmloop*.
The option on the coal lands in question is still alive and we understand the
party art looking into the title at the
register? office before final arrangements
are completed.
LOCAL   NOTES.
Mn. J. A. Palmer wat a visitor to
Nicola thia week.
D. P. Marpole of Ihe 22-mile house wtt
in Nicolt Ittt Friday.
Mrt. A. II. Argust left Cootie* Ittt
Thursday for Portland.
Fred A. Hows* is moving into the
residence recently vacated by George
Murray, Government agent.
The Nioola Herald staff were ahsent a
few daya thia week, which accounts fnr
the paper being isaued later than usual.
L. H. Beamish of Aspen Grove, and F.
K. Hughe* of Boston, left thia week for
Savon**, via Mamette lake nn t hunting
trip.
Mr. Thompson who has been visiting
with J. B. Greaves at the Dnuulat Lake
Cattle Co'a, ranch left laat Friday for hia
home in Victoria,
A. W. 8triokland, manager of the looal
branch of the hank nf Montreal, returned
from * business trip to the coast on
Friday.
Wellington Douglas who haa heen
spending tome time with hi* tnnt Mr*.
Pooley, |*ft today for hi* horn* in
Picton, N. 8.
J. H. "Senkler tnd B. L. Smith l f
Vtnooover ��re in Nicol* for a week's
shooting. They will visit Aapen Grove
while in the district.
Dr. Tutill left for the coast Tuesday
mnrninr, tn he ansent severtl dtys. Dr.
McPhtll is attending to tha doctor's patients during his absence.
H. Koelkenheck, the Spences Bridge
barber, haa tn ad in the Nicola Herald
thia week. He is prepared to attend to
the wants of travellers tnd transacts business tt ill hour*.
The Saorament of the Lord'* Sapper
will be dispensed it the morning service
ia the Presbyterian church Sunday nut,
A preparatory service will be held on
Fridty evening tt 7,30.
A number of young people of Nicola
gathered at the Mr*. Pooley'* residence
Tamerton ranch on Wednesday evening
to gi v�� ��farewell gathering to Wellington
Douglu who I* leaving for hi* old home
in th* eaat. A vary enjoyable evening
wan spent tnd all wished Wellington t
pleaatni trip and pro*p��rity.
V.V.&E. TERMINUS
TO BB AT VANCOOVKR SO JAMES
i. HILL SAYS
Will Work Frcm Cloverdale  East by
Way of Hope Mountain* to Connect  With   Section Being
Built Prom Boundary
"The work of construction
of the western section of the
Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railway will be started tTTTs
winter and will be rushed with
all possible dispatch. All the
preparations are now under
way, A start will be made at
Cloverdale. where the new
road will join the New Westminster Southern Railway,
now a part of the Great Northern system, and the contractors, dividing the work into
large sections, work east over
the Hope mountains to connect with the other section of
the Vanouver, Victoria &
Eastern, now being built from
the Boundary into the Similkameen district. It will be an
all-Canadian line with terminals at Vancouver. Mark my
words: We will do more to
upbuild Vancouver than any
railway corporation has done
yet.
The above remarks were
made by James J. Hill president of the Great Northern
Railway, while at Vancouver
last Friday in company with
other railway officials.
BIO STHIKB.
Th* Standby  Fraction  In Tb* Aspen
Grove.
R. J. Bate and R. J. Armstrong bcv.
onmpleted assessment work on the Standby Fraction in the Aspen Grove camp anil
have made, it is claimed the largest "trite
iu that camp since native copper waa discovered ou the Sovereign claim.
The open cut made by the o*nera ei
posed a sii foot ledge nf copper glance ann
black oxide of copper and is well denned
The Standby Fraction is surrounded b*j
the Bluebird, Amelia, 8t. Louis and dp
per Belle mineral claims. It is the in
tention of the owners to do more work on
it this season.
Mdirla*;**,
Last Wednesday tt Kamloopt, two
weddings of well known young people
took place at the Inland Capital, when
George P Giles of McLean and Co's, store
and Miss Netrie Louise, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Moore, were united in
marriage. Iu the evening .1. Arthur Scott
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roht. Scott of Rock
f Tel, and Miss Victoria Augusta, d��ughte>
of Mr. and Mrs. John Morrill were joined
in the holy bonds of wedlock, The young
couples are spending their honeymoon at
'he coast, and have the beat wishes of a
large number of friends.
Strike Called Off
The N imaiiiii, miners Saturday night
sustained the committee's negotiation!
with the colliery company hy a vote of
2.39 to 93. Th* strike which for th* pot
four months haa waged bitterly waa sub
sequently called off tonight. The settle
ment is in the nature of a compromise,
both sides giving and taking until the
the final draft was arrived at. A work -
ing agreement for two years has been
reached and signed. Work waa to be re
ruined on Monday, and the city, which
has suffered so much severe depression,
will once more rai-e to bustle and activity.
Mall Servlc*.
The mail service as announced in last
I sue has been cancelled the old system
will remain. Mail coming from Kam
loops Monday, and from Spencet Bridge
on Thuraday and Saturday, Outgoing
mail leaves via Kamloops, Friday; via
Spences Bridge, Tuetdty and Fridty.
The adjourned meeting of th* proposed
Atheletio Association will be held in
Pooley'" Htll on Fridty evening, when
the Committee previously appointed will
report their pltn for organization tnd the
election of officers will take place. It ia
hoped there will be a good attendance of
those interested In sport
Visit Nicola-Coal.
Cawthra Mulnck, son nf Postmaster-
General Mulock, M. J Hanoy, a well
known railway contractor and J, 0
Walsh editor the Montreal Herald were
at Coutlee Hotel last Thnradav, having
come overland from Greenwood on their
way to Spences Bridge, On Friday morn
ing they visited the Coal Gully ooal pro-
pertiea and where highly pleased with the
showing. They may probably become in
terested in this section. They will take
in the eoaat cities before returning east.
Dowle Stricken.
J. B. Leighton, of Stvontt, has resigned the position of Superintendent of
the B. 0 Eipratt Co., running stages into the Ctriboo district, whioh h* hat
held for the Ittt eight yetrt. II* will
further devot* hit tltention eiclutively
to hia fin* cattle ranch.
John  Alexander  Dowie  wt* striken
with  paralysis before  he departed  fnr
| Mexico,   He left Zion City a few days
J ago,   olhoially  announcing  in   hia own
paper that he had suffered paralysis In
' one aide, that he attributed the affliction
tn "th* sin of overwork," and thtt he
expects never to recover.   He states that
his successor ha* been choten, but the
litter'a identity would  not  yet  be  re
vealed,   II* alto  bad* farewell  lo hi*
nook.
Dowic't faith eure proposition should
be able to bring him round agais.
The Bank of Montreal it now doing
business in its new bank which tre without doubt the beat office* in the interior'
A full write-up with * lithograph of th*
building will appear in the Nioolt Herald
shortly.
Hospital For Hedley.
At t meeting a proposed proviaion*!
board waa organized to menage the
Hedley General Hospital. Private subscriptions aggregating f 1060.40 have been
secured which with $1000 government
grant tnd $400 more subscriptions in
prospective will enabl* tht committee to
go ahead.
THE DOMINION FAIR
WAS A BUCCESS WITH  B-CIPTIOM
OF WEATHER
Heavy Rain* Interfered With OeUbra
tlon - Excell.-nt Exhibit of Fruit
and Vegetable*. -Champion
ship Lacrosse
Sir Henri Joly de Lotbin-
irre, lieutenant governor of
British Columbia opened the
great Dominion fair in Queen's
Park at y \o o'clock last Wednesday afternoon amid great
enthusiasm
The grounds and buildings
had been considerably increased and many attractions added
which have never before appeared in any exhibition held
in western Canada.
The Koyal Irish Guards
liand played during the opening and was without doubt the
best musical aggregation ever
in the province.
1 he exhibit of fruit, vegetables, etc., and stock were exceptionally good and showed
what this great province of
British Columbia can do, The
Interior was well represented
and the exhibits arranged in a
nice manner. The prize for
potatoes went to the lower
Hraser, the prize heretofore
every year going to the Interior, the potatoes known as
"Ashcroft's" being the winners.
The reason of the prize going
to the lower country was not
on account of their superiority
but the fact that in the exhibit
the lower country had over a
dozen varieties while Ashcroft
had only about two. The
quality of the up-country potatoes cannot be beat.
On Saturday last was probably the banner day for attendance as the least estimate was
over 30,000 people. The Vancouver-Westminster championship lacrosse match was the
drawing card, and was probably the best match played for
years by local teams. The
score was 4 to 1 in favor of
Westminster.
The broncho busting was
"cultus," better impromptu exhibitions being held daily in
the Interior.
Taking everything in consideration the Dominion Fair
was a success, notwithstanding
the heavy rai ns. The management deserve credit for their
successful efforts. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
CANADAS EXHIBIT.
The Canada Press representative at 'he
eiDoaitini. at Liegt, Belgium, telegraphs
hat tmong the awards tnnounced, that
Canada wina eight grand prize* in ihe
following exhibita: Agriculture, forestry,
fruit*, fish and game, fauna, cereals, minerals aud tobacco. Canada did not com
pete in industries, but the board of jurors
granted under classification paper, mak
ing honorable mention of Ctnaditn palp
In til the forgoing eight classification*
Canada won thirty point* in each, or the
higheat possible. The board of juror-
pronounce the present exhibit practically
perfect and not eclipsed by any other
country. Commissioner Hutchison and
his staff are receiving many congratola
tion a.
Seeking Sealers Release.
An Ottawa special say! In May 1904,
two Canadians - It. Findley of Victoria,
B. C, and C. Grant���were taken from a
Japanese sealing vessel by Russians and
confined ever since at Medwied. Lord
Lansdnwne has cabled that he has laid the
matter before the British minister at St.
Petersberg, who will press upon Russia
for their releaae.
A liquor house advertises a rifle free
with three cases of its whisky, Maybe
they think, if Ihe liquor fails to kill, it
will at least make a man crazy enough to
do the rest with a gun.
A (prominent English engineer states
that  the  best  paying gooda carried ht
railroads are passengers, as they averag
nine  to  the  too, and they load unload
themselves.
A Frenchman made a wise remar1
when he said: "Ven you find anvzb g
you no understan', it is always somezin*,
fine."
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shoeing a specialty.
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Notice.
Notice is herebv given that within HO day
from date I intend ninki*>sr aonMratinn to ll*e
Hon. CommiH.ioner of Land* ami WorltH for
permis-inn tn nnrrhnsi' 31V1 acres nior** nr less a*
mountain pastore land in the Ramlnnns D vl��
Ion of Yale District, "I'liated an follows, commencing at an'ake 10 chains W. ot the N. K.
cnmerof sec. 10 r. 100? running Ihence E, .VI
chains, thence N 4(1 chains, thence V��� 40ch*!
thence NI. 45 chains more or less tn "stump l,��lte
thenoeH W. a'nnethe E hank oMtiiito l,skt
tOO chains'o the point nf commecement, r��n-
taming M'l acres more or less. Al-n; cnmm"n* ���
Ing at ��, E corner nf h (TO (I 1 th. nee Von I
1.1.7,1 chains, thence East 40 ��� hain��,th"neeuon I
1.1 chains to the NT. hank nf Stump Ls.ke, thence
West along Stump Lake4n chains to the poim
of commencement, containing 60 acres more
or less.
J. A. PALMER.
September, 30th, 1905.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that, within sixty day*
from date I intend making application tn Ih
Hon. Commissioner of Ij*.nds and Works fo
permission o purchase 320 acres of pasture land
in the Kamloops Division of Yale DMrlci:
situated as follows: Commencing at a stake a'
theS W corner of the land; running thence
East HO Chains, thence North 40 chains, thence
West 80 chains, thence South 40 chains, to tht
point of commencement.
Geo. Bent.
September, 22, lOOd.
Notice.
Notice is herehy given that, within sixty days
from date I intend making application to thi
Hon. Commissioner of lands and works for per
mission to purchase 640 acres nf ti��si ore land i
the cTamloops Division of Yale D���0���t, situate
as follows: Commencing at a stake at tbe N.V1.
corner of Indian Reserve on Quilchena Creel
running thence South 80 chains, thence We��
80chains, thence Nnrth 80 chains, (hence ha-'
80 chains to the point of commencement.
T. H. JONES.
September, 30th, 11)01.
-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. Hon. Lord Stratbcona and Mount Royal, O. O. M O
VICE-PRESIDENT, Sir Geo. A. DrUK mond. K. O. M. O.
GENERAL MANAGER E. S. CLOU8TON
Head Office - Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $100  and upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
Out of
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail,
town accounts receive every attention.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATF. AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents ln Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO.'S
Slo|�� St I lid'
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Robt. Scott, Proprietor
When   traveling   on   the Nicola road
0 'tivenieiit place lur traVBlt.ru, with g I
'I'ciiniinodaiiiin.
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
Is prepared to take cun'ractH for
tia*ii k linn'iir tnd getting out
timher.
leii-ntral Hill < i.ntr:i< U l'����-<iit<-il
PRICKS MODKKATg
PirtieR wishing work MM have ttmr
promptly attended tn hy app'ying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicol*, B. C.
MINERAL ACT.
Certifictte of Improvement*.
NOTICE.
Copper Standtrd and Amelia Mineral Claim*
itnatc in the Similkameitn Mining Dlv���im
of Yale Diittrlct. Where located: ln Aupeii
drove Camp.
Take notice thtt I, K. W. Oroven, ar-tlng n-
agent f <r Iwaac Kartwood, Free Miner'* e it!h
oale No. B87530, J. <\ Ctmchflll free rnin��r'*
cert ill-ate No. b?2585, J"hn Mclconald, free
miner's certificate No. B2261S, Char'eH J. Chrl-
tion, free miner'* rertifloeit* No ii'.Wfl, loum J
Ball, free miner's certificate No. b2 SO, end
PriceRllison, freenlner'srertifl'-i.teNn.n2���031
'iiifii'l, sixty days from the d .|.e hereY, to ai
ply to the milt in/ recorder for a cer'Iflctt.H of
improvements, for the purpose of obt-ining a
crown grants of the ahive claims.
And fit tta��r take notice that action, under
section 37, mutt b-commenced hefiee the i���tu-
tnn of such certificate of iniprovemen'**.
Dated this 18tb day of Seutomber, 1906.
(I
Unequalled as a
Sunjiijcr Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class   Accommodation.     Terms
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B.C.
THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
COB & TOBACCO STORE
K A MM (OPS
Full stock of Humes ic and Imported Cigar*,
and lhe lies! smoking tobacco alwajs nn hand
I trnp in snd enj'ty i q eiet gamenf Hllii rds
Agenl for the Pioneer Meant Lanntl't, Vancouver    Liuiiiiln chin ed every Samrday.
lion i.s
n VUMnN HUTU., tt.e best house In town
" lletidt|t|*r_tt for thet Nicola, l*wis creek
and On���It. creek Msges. Ever} convenience
tier travelers and commercial men. Kxcellein
���ahle anil well i-lockwl bar. I'. J. Robinson k
Co. [iroiirieiors Ktmlooits
AfONTKKAL BUTKU Kamlmeiw, Napoleon
���*** I���Irentoiiilie. PNvrMar, Hint, clmis in
evety pHriicular. flood winos, Liquors and
fit/art-.   Mahlnig Incminoction.
V A Ml. IM IPS HOI'SK, P. Herod, nronrietnr.
*��������� He M stork c( w ne��, liquors and cigars in
ihe Interior. Just, lhe spoi for * nice cool re
freshing glass of beer.     Wheel ln Kaiiilooiti-
f .11 in
GKAMI PACIFIC HOTKL, Kamloopii.   The
nearest hattl lo the railway slatiuo.    The
only covneiiieiil hotel  for traveler*.     Good
r-'Oins, gcMtd ta*eli', good liquors.    Two large
s tinple rooms,   p A Barnhart, proprietor.
Ijeiod stattling in connection.
ABBCROrT HOTKL The most convenient
ho1 el for visitors in Ashcroft. The best of
table board. Hot anu cold baths, (lur retire
si n'a'ivc meets all trains. Johnson & Perkins,
proprietors,	
GKANH CKNTRA1, HOT EL Ashcroft. Kv
erythlng uplo-dite. the house has lately
been remodelled ami Is now under uca man
igeinei'.t, The bar is supplied with (holeest
In iiii'ls of wines, liquors and cigars. When in
Ashcroft stop at the Grand Central, George
Vi ard, proprietor.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Deliarro, Proprietor.
riJLAMEKN CITY, ��� - ��� B. C.
Headquarter* tor Summit, Kthhitt
iii'Uinfain, Tulameeu river, Moulder, Bear
>od Kelly creek campa. (iond Fishing
.nd Boating. ���       ��
P O. Addretn    Atpen Grove.
STBwART'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
nl % lis
a
also Oonornl  Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday lor Nicola Lake, Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday 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
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
Rosedale Hotise, l^oWer ]\icola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.      -      -      -
S. J. WOODWARD
NICOLA STAGE
E. J. Martell.
LEAVES SPENCE'S BRIDGE
Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 7 a.m.
RETURNING FROM NICOLA
Every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY, 7 a.m.
J. McQUISTON
Mercl]ai]t ^dilor
Geqts Ftirijisljer
Now is your time to se'ect your Summer Suit. Nice
patterns of Scotch, r nglish and Irish Tweeds. First c ass
fit guaranted.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kiodt of  Wttchet, Clock", JewMrt,
etc., kept in stock.    Wedding (ires.
intt �� npeci*lty.
Firtt i-ltat reptint done on ihort notice
tnd returned tt one*.
If you \Tecd Anything
in the
'ne, tendynur �� orlc to the umlereiiKnod.
Ml nroVrt linnhed in �� wurkmiiiiibip
nunner.    Cthind wctrV a *��iiecinlty.
J. R. tocflRKGOR,
Lover NiooU, B. 0. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE MCOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Sutwcrlptlon, ln Advance*, $2 a Year
Nicola. B. C. Octobku t, UN,
Another Banking Amalgamation.
Only t few __itb* ktv* ei.iiiK-l  kincei
the Bank of Montreal  absorbed  a Novt
ScotHii bank, and now it h��*( announced
that Canada's greatest liiiaiicial   iiatiiu*
ion has acquired the as��ets and (((cod wd1
of Clio of the inottt   proapuroua   leuita  in
tbe Dominion -!lle -**- of  Ne*   Brun-
wick.    The details of the twins nn which
thu ainslij'.niaii u i* to h* made, h.v.(not
yel been published, altln Ifh it i�� r*U��rt��
that, the shareholders of the Bank nl Ne��
lieit'i ttick have the ccption of tick in; ces
��t the  current   market   value   nf   tseii
th'ires, nrtn equil amount of shares it
thu Bilik (if Montreal.    The paid up Ctpi
tal of the  Bank  of  New   Brunswick  (���
$500 000 and it  haa �� reserve  fund ���*
ISOO.IHIO.    It has paid dividends of 12
percent, for a considerable  peri'd -the
highest dividend, we think,  p��id  cnn'in
unusly by any Canadian hank.    T'n'jlate*
market quotation fni it* shares,   which
tre 8100, is 1101.   Those of the  Batik uf
Montreal at the sain*'  date  were  limited
at 268.
BEEF, WINE
& IRON
THE OLD TIME TONIC
This tonic has been on the
nurket f.r t hundred years
and is the faveerite, notwilh
���lauding 'he large amount of
advertising, done, hy patent
medicine brum Tim is not a
ptte-nl medicine, hut i�� a borne
remedy original log ill one of
the early aeiileri' heenies of
this country. It contains the
strengthening pTopenies of
prime, lean heof, a soluble
IT MAKES BLOOD
salt nf iron, together with good
sherry ante If >��� it are run
down���feel had and realize
that you need a tonic���you will
find in ihis long known leiuedy
a never failing rejuunator.
Wb put this up ourselves,
know the quality of every ingredient we put in it Hiul i*n��r-
amen that then 'a Do be ter
Beef, Iron and Wine t ti the
nurket.    Full 10 nt bottle $1.
-
EXHIBITION
SEPT. 26 TO OCT. 7
NEW WESTMINSTER
Stupendous and c ���inprcht'ti��ive array
uf Exhibits representing the rcour-
ces nf all Canada.    ���     ���
I
'WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
In Prizes and
Attractions
IU
5
\
i
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51
NOTICK.
MALLERY DRUG CO.
uumo
KAMLOCPS,    :
:   B, C.
Most Powerful Cruiser.
The Duchess of Devonshire on S<tur
day at Barrow-iii-Kurness. Kng., launched
the armored cruiser Natal, which Co1.
Vickers, who presided tt the luncheon
tuhs-iiueiitty, dascrihed as the most
powerful cruiser ill the world. Albert
Vickers, of the firm of Vickers Sons iSr
Maxim, builders nf the engines for the
Natal, stU she would pmhahlyhe the Us !    NoHce jt ^^ ^ |lmt m pfrs���n
cruiser launched, as vessel, in *">"'�� | ��shm|r or h,iniinK on the property of A.
would probably be fast battleships tnd I - g,^ W|(huut % m^ nmp
carry heavier guns.
Tin- dispKcement "f the Natal is 11.
!t85, her speed will he 22 3.1 knots, and
she will carry sii 91 inch, four 7.5 inoh,
two 12 pounders, 28 3 pounders and two
machine guns.
guests of the Driard Hotel, will he pros*
tu*ed. A. K. Hovvsk.
Nicola, 8-pt. 21st, 1905.
NOTICE
Notice Is herebv given Oial within sixty days
from dale 1 IntendI mukingstjiplicatjon  to In*
honorable chief eoiiiini-sinnerof lane's tend wink-
| fnr permission to purchase 7.i acres eef |.jistnre
Und in the Yale division of Yale il'sirict si'u
The Observer of London, followim? up , .,i,,d as follows:  Oommen<*in* tt a sttkt at tht
. .     ,,    , .,     , ,,      .   o .,   I SW. turner of Lot "It;, running thence south 20
its article of last hunday  on   l.reat   Brit**  ehtlHS-M *f I*** to Ik* ITW.of Ji-.d*
tin's naval plans, says the scheme is to re ] h''n,l2\'{ 1<"ls', t-?_.*!_ _ L-i"-.!.-^
'       ��� ~ nurlhWchainslolot iK., thence west 41) ���haiiis
establish bases at Oibralter, Dover and   m the point of nuntswHt
JIH, COSTILLION.
July 20th, 19ns	
notice.
Thirty days after tlnte I Intend to apply tnthe
Enlarged Krouii'ic*. new, hacid
���OSJM and   spact'.us   huiltliogs
Worl.i'c Chitnnionship events  n. Rowing
and   -acres-, Hoist*   RaOlng, H'   n.-lt
"Buslim," Military   faradm       '   Ki
erclc.es.
Royal lr'stt  llutrds a thor r  ���������
li.nos.
(Irani W,   r Carniva'���Parade ol t
rtvpf hsrtlit*  Heet, |��-��ir..1  boats, II   M
Wiwhlpr, lnellao veil t,u , He
(nil,an S, ��� rise,
V r al I lit rtna'i.'ii ante \\ . H t\ an,
Hecrc-tatt and Manager, N. �� \\ >iinNi.
ale r, l'e. ('
HORACE F. EVANS
R*_pMTCff mid UMttMj/tmt
Of tne Dnl|_a- nf T 1li ml Arl
Having iiiiule a careful eia���lnstlim of the
Thoiit|is n. honaparte .cue! Nlrolt division, at
Vale district, Hri'ish ('oiini.liiii, i- prepared t,,
furol'h Investors mill Intending iinc-ioc- wit���
rellabla reports nn i-incciiireBC*ol iim-Ih nil'.:-
nn- eees, al o coa's, llstiutt al and  liKinii'
within tin- rtlttnci lon-ated,
HaviiiK'inaOc a carefcil eiamlnatlonof the
Cclriwiucr coal lii'dsof lie   S nc In Valley and
ll.tt creek ronntrj, v*n di pendable reporl	
Uu lohan���tei ot that* coals and llanltes will he
furnished to iniwstoinand nlcrs lava* >
iitiiinnliciiisli.nl' fxieiiclci nvei many | ��� iM* an
I he value M well *�� extent of clit co�� men arc
will lie Kivcn. IdKiilar mleli'C'ss, A.I intl. It.t
Cableand Tel. tnlaiiss. "I nik.it." tahielt,
VVc invite atu;ntion to our
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
We have reewved sc.vcf.il large shipments now and
would draw )our special attention to what we are
showing in
Blankets for Home and Camp use. Large variety
all weights and price*.
Men's Working Shirts. Medium and Heavy
Woollen Underwear. Large assortment of Wool
Socks.
Driving and Working Gloves and miti in all
the best makes.
HUNTING AND RIDING COATS.
J.
j vUm la
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
Htn��W PBISCjTOg
New Naval Bases.
Singapore, replacinu We Hai We, Trio-
comaice (in Ceylon), Halifax and Esqui
malt. The paper adds that Dover two
years hence  will  he fatly tO.*^ ����|^S^^B^^,1��;*dt
lirsi-class haue and fortress.
The thinn that pees the farthest
Towards making life worth while,
That oobib the leant, and does the most.
Is just a little smile;
It's full of worth and (joodneas, too,
With manly kindness hent;
It's worth a million dollars.
And it doesn't cost a cent.
Subscrihe for the Herald, $2 per year
crilicd land, si am iik from t putt 40 chain* west
I of I he H. E. corner of John Corbet.).'��� itre-einn
'tion, then e N. HO chain*, thence KIDchalnt,
thence 8 Sll chains, then e w 8(1 chains to pi lot
of bctjinninir. W. A. Ol-KLANII.
1/ motor,
H> B. Fallows. AkciiI.
| _8epteinlier it. 190S.	
NOTICE.
' Thirty days after date I intend to apply to
Ittt* chief commissioner of lands and works fnr
ti lie'tense to prospect for coal on lite Inuowlo*
described land, siartitiK frnin a post III chains
1 west, nf the S. K. corner of John (orbeti's pre-
| empiion, thence N HO chains, thence VV Hn
I chains, thence s HO chains, thence K HO chains
I to place of beKinniiiK 11. K. DARUKNT,
Looator.
By B. Fallows,
September '22,1905, Af*nl
NOTICE.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Thirty 4nys after dftti I intend to apply to
ttV'<'hi_f conitniwioD-rof landnand workKfnr i\
ii.i'?i*.f to pro-poet for cual on tbefoltowiDl
de-Crtbod land, Htarting from a pjH* at thi' N
Barrister, Notary Public &c., Jf ^Zu1^::^^:!t^SZ
flHIclal Adniinistratnr chains, thence VV *0 .'hains to point of begin
  nlnu. VV. B. JACKSON
NOTICK,
Mitydayi titer data I Into���ttI to apply t*t-
ch e f coiiitiiissionier of lends and *nrksfoi per
mission l.o purchase HII cutcs. inON or le��� '
ii oiiiiiain pa-ture lantl.Mtuaud on tin  south
-Id c.f si p Lake it. Hn* Nicola Viilliy diiis
I a of Yale district Sii h bind liciiiKclcse tilce'd
us follows, exclusive of mineral clamis: N. VV.
| secUn* :t. T IlKl. 8. VV. \ Section in, T MO,
aom-*Mia�� at lhe -cnitIt ca-1. corner of lhe
north west ( section 3, T 10', runnin( Hil chtiss
ninth, thcine 10 chains c*i��t, thence 80 chain"
Uth, thence 40 chains e'asl to point  of com-
inenct'inent. M. M. BdwaHD*.
Roe kford, B. C. Ann. 11,11105.
MlNKItAlt ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
Aberdeen, Plymouth Queen, Manchester, Ix>n-
d n.  Copice'i' II' lie unci   Kiln:   Solomnns
Driam Mineral Claim*,     situate in the
Nicula-Kn"iloctp. Mining Dtvunon nf Yale
llistricl    ('l;i.n-lci'',itcdiicarltl MileCreek.
North rJ'coU.
THko notice  thai   1, -'ohn CUppcrton. free
niiiicr's cfrlithac No. B7S.9H, intend,6b days
frnin the dnto hereo'. In apply to the Bllolsg
recorder for t nitilliitcof iniprnvements, for
lhe purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the
tllinvc -liliins.
And further take notice that action, under
tec lion it", tnnst be   iiinnicnced befnre theissii-
 ���! nf siie-h rertlflcttt of improvements.
Iiatcd this 15th day of September, I!��I5
JOHN CLAl'I'KltTON.
METROPOLITAN
MEAT riARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B.C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throiujheiur the nistrct receive careful attention and promptly delivered
l\nv.s   I'OOI.KV IToprhlor
Twice a week delivery to Lower Nicola, Coutlee, way points
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMiTH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Horseshoing done in
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will receive
prompt attention.   Satisfaction guaranteed.	
sotics: ___, O   _T
Rtxty day*tfttro*t�� 1 lot**- to apply to the
chiefeomtnissi.eiiernf'amis and works for per-, msi A O F  meeu
?^_______?S_^<-S_-fl!R   O  sc^an^khKrSytne^'S
?Ve_-?t-*5*" ��'v___!*_*-_a  *&*>�� PocOcy'sllall.    Visiting brethren
N ,,. ihcne'C along WUk. *�� telnlt_i  cordially invited. R
p,r', ' T_m      ANT01N v��� U*JU "(,>'                                   A H. Cabiunuton. Sec.
7th .Inlv, P.HI5.    _���_���_���_______
OtBce.-Commercial Block, e-istof Post Office.
Kaniloopa, B. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Sept. B, IM
Ixicator.
HyJI. Fallows, Agent.
NOTICK
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and weeks for
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary  Public a Ucwm <�� protpool for coal on the foll'iwing
described land, beginning at Ihe N W corner of
Oltlce:   Kast of the Canadian Bank nf Com
inerce. south side of Victoria stroct, Kamloops,
Money to loan on real estate security.
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land Mining; and Oeneral Supply Agt*
Mining engineers. Reports on mining proper
ties through the District. Agen's for mining,
contractors, farm machinery, wagons, buggh s.
etc Cable address; "Aiirum." Coles: llroin-
hall. More.ng ��� Neul, A. K. C. 4th.
Warehouse-Canfonl, Nicola Valley, II. C.
^XS*18 The Deering
It has the lagest sale of any Mower in the market and is without doubt the
finest made.   Deering Binders are the best.
�� IIIMV Ol  I Mil I
A. R. C. 8c. 1/mdon.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloopa, R. C.
Assays and analyses   if Ores, Coal and In
1.1
W. A. Cleland's coal t laiin, 'hence N 80 chains,
thence VV SO chains, thence S Ht) chains, thence
K 80 chains to plat e of beginning.
J. .1 I'll,*. Mill! KA1,
lxwttor.
Sept 22, IKftc By II. Fallows. Agent.
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that within *'days 1
intend tn apply to the Cmnmisslniic rof Lands
and wnrks for licence to prospect for coal nn
Ihefollnwlngdescribed landsiluated on Und
ley creek joining to* .lames Carlln and the
Cliailes Collelt farm, commencing at the
north-eaft corner of the James Carlln claim
and running 80 chain- west, thence 80 chains
north, thetn'c 80 chains east alnnp the line of.
the Charles Collett. farm to the Indian reserva
tion. thence south to place nf beginning, containing l!4() acres or less.
Located Aug. 26th, 1905. by
C. H. CLKAVRR.
 Haul Bockmier Agent.
dust rial products
S.cn   "
atten
Bamples by mail or stage receive prompt
linn.
MRS. TUTILL-MARSHALL
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that within 30 day - I
intend to apply to the Commissioner ot Lands
and Works forlicente to prospect for coal on
the following described land: Commencing at
| the northeast, corner of lot 1120. thence eaal In
I chains, thenc* south 80chains, thence west Itr
! chains, thence 80 chains north to place of com-
Oraduale M. O. H. and W. H., Montreal.. meucenenU
Licentiate of the  College  of Phy ,   Sept. 2nd, 1905
slclans and Surgeons  of the Pro- THOMAS MKTCALF
vlnoe of Quebec, | Paul Bockmier, AgetU
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
LOCAL NEWS
A. R. Ctrnngton ht�� returned from ��
bv-inest trip through th* dittriet.
Business Local*.
Smoke Interior or Lt Horena Cigars.
Bummer applet, 2 cent* t pound tt R.
H. Winny'*.
F. W. Jtekton tnd wife of Quilchena Notice* fnrbiddini. hunting on your
left 8��turdty for the Dominion Ftir tt ranch can be obttined tt the Nicolt
S*w Wwtminiter. I Her��l(1 office'
��� _ ���   .         , .   _   ��� .            , When ynu w��nt * good amok* ask for
M. P. Gordon tnd I. T. Robinson of '.              "
,,    ,               .   ���.   ,   ,.         ,        , th* Interior or La Morena Cigar, manu-
rxamloept were in Nicola thia  week,  tnd .         *__�����.    ��___��   _*_-.___
...       ... faetured   hy the   Inland   Cigar Factory,
returned home vit Mtmette lake. *��____
Kamloops.
Viewt  of  Ctrihoo,   Yale, Nicolt tnd
Similkameen districts it Carrington'a
ttore or A. Murchie, photogrtpher,
Princeton.
A ctr nf groceriea, coal oil 4c, just arrived, alio aome fine new dress gnode juat
opened up. A shipment of Like of
Woodt flour���Five Rosea Brand, tnd
more Universal Bread Miiert will be
here thia week. "The People's Store,"
A. R. Carrington.
R. Bear-to accountant tnd atonkeep.*r
tt the Douglat Lake Ctttle Co'*., ranch
left thia week for the coatt on t thort
holiday.
J. G. McLean left (hit week for the
Similkameen district and will no doubt
keep hit eye on railway conatructiongoing
on in thtt tection.
Hugh Irvine who hta charge of the
Nioola rntd from Spencet Bridge to Nicola
wt* in town Ittt Friday. He ia now *n.
gaged with a crew of men near Lower
Nicolt.
Thot. Matthews and hit son Herbert
arrived in Nicolt laat Thursday evening,
on t viait to old friends in thit section
tbey having been residenti here some
years ago.
J. C. McQuiaton was quite ill for t few
daya thit weak but it now tonne better
He wat removed to the retidenee of Rev.
George Mtaon who with Mra. Mason have
taken care of him.
0. F. Law returned from the coast nn
Tuesday evening and left Coutlee Wed-
neaday morning fur Boar Creek, where he
will remain until the completion of the
wagon road to his mineral properties on
Bear Creek.
A meating will be held in the court
hooae, Nicola, 2 30 p. m., October 10th,
for the purpose of electing truatees for
the management of the new public burial
ground adjoining the English Church
cemetery, Nicola Lake.
The telephone gang tre working between Nicola and Lower Nicola repairing
the line, and another party who have
been on the Princeton end arrived today
The eichange office will be put in neit
week tnd ihe new 'phones ordered will
be put in pltce.
Spences bridge
BARBERSHOP
Shaving and  Haircut ting.   First  Class
Work Guaranteed.
Business transacted at all hours.   When In
apences Bridge give us a call.
H. KOKLKKNIIKCK.
FOB SALE.
1 American Bain wagon 3J.
1 American Bain trucks 3\ (new).
6 aet heavy work harness.
1 Boggy harness and Buggy.
1 Gang Plough.
1 Pair Boh sleds.
For particular* apply to
.     R.  H. WlNHY.
NOTICE.
Nicola Liberal Assoc'n
The annual meeting of the Nicola Lib
eral Aisociation will be held in Pooley'
Hall, Tuetday, October 10th, at 8 p m.
Business: General and election of officers
A. R Carrington, Pretident.
Georgb R. Philp, Secretary.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given thai, 81 Ian after dale
I Intend tn apnly to the Hon the Chief Com.
tniasloner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase the following (kscnb.'d land s ;uai
ed one mile and one half N of the Lower Nic U
"commencing at apost marked C.r". thence VV
forty rha'ns, thenee South fo t,y chains, thanre
East forty chains, thence North to point of
commencement and containing forty acres
tuore or leas-
HARDWARE
SHELF GOODS
MINING SUPPLIES
LUMBia SUPPLIES
MCLAUGHLIN'S
CARRIAGES
WAGONS
McCORMICK MOWERS
A full line of the above always kept
in stock at close prices tt
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740acres,situated near Doug
las Lake, with all necessary im
plements and also stock. Foi
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 0.
Springhatik R,ii"h. .lu'y 14 h, 11105.
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKK, H. 0.
First class fcrwfH and lodging hy tlv
day week or month. Every attenttm
given to the travelling public.
Mrs. Rilky   Proprietress.
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is herebv given that hunting ni
sheaiting on the property of the Dougla'
Lske Cattle Company is f.irhirltlen Am
person or persons hunting iirshootin;
on the above property will he prosecutu
under the sections ot the (iatne Act.
J,   R.   GrkaVES
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Estate of
ANTOINE GODEY,
"tut*! at Lower Nioola this 21st dty of Sept
' * C. KLICK.
amber, U05.
TKNllKUS will be received by Ihe under
aliened for the purchase of the Cattle, Horst I
and o'her personal properly, mid the real es
tate of the late Antoino Godey.   Tortus cash.
Particulars thereof may lie obtained front
Peter Marquart, Nicola. It C.
ALKC 1). MACINTVIIK,
Offlira] Administrator, Coiny cf Yale.
Kamloops. B. C.
__TOTIC___.
A BITTINO of the County Oourt of Yale,
"��� will be held In the Court Bouse, Nioola
B. C, oa
Monday, 9th October
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now is the time to buy your Harness and Saddlery. I have in
atock a full line o goodssunable
to the trade, Saiafsction guaranteed.   All kindt of
REPAIKIKil
Har..esa, Boota, Shoe*, etc., done
neatly tnd promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKE,      ���     .      B. C.
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND WAlfON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class m?nner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Commission, Insurance
and Oeneral Agent.
Main Street -      ���     Kamloops
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010  Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
I. C. Urown Slock ot Fruit and
Orii-niental Trem.
Apple Trees; I and 3-year olds: *15 to $20 pci
ni ae'cordini!to variety. One-year-olds, 1 to.
eel. $10 to |12 per 11)0.
Cttr* nice slock of Cherry. Peach,  Plun .
pricots. etc., now growing for fall orders. V
xpen��e, loss or delay of fumiiisiinn or Inspee
ion. Let me nri e your list before plaoinir | on
��� der   Catnloir free.
Greenhouse Plant*, Floral Work, Ree Ml
���lies, fruit Packages, Fertilizers, etc.
M. J. HKNKY,
��H0 Westminster Road,      Vancouvkk, H. I
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch, Clock
and Jewelry repairs done in
first class order and satisfaction guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed and returned with-
. u' dcl.y
H. !tl. <'AMPBK1.I. * CO.,
C. P. It. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
We are hcailquarters for
School Books
Scribblers,
Exercise Books
and supplies of everydescription
Give us a trial
at 10 a, ���
GKO. MURRAY,
C. C. KegUtrar
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTOHB
Kainloic|ia and Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B C.
AH kinds of repair work done iu a
neat and satisfactory manner and in short
notice.
Horseshoeing
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
FRESH GROCERIES
Our Leaders in Teas are Marigold,
Nabob and Salada���all Favorites
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.
_ 1,1
Ml
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lower Nicola,       -       -       B. C.
GOUTLKK tfOTEIi
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

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