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THE NICOLA
Vol. 2.   No. 23.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1906.
$2 a Year
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JUU   LLL
TRAIN ROBBERS
ARE SENTENCED.
Merchants in Nicola District Get Freight Over the
New Line.���Steel Laid to The Forks.  Further Construction Will Go Ahead
During This Year.
The steel has been laid on so much of the railroad as has
been graded, that is to a point a little above the junction of the
Coldwater and Nicola rivers. The first train to arouse the
Valley with the echoes of its whistle steamed into Coutlee on
Monday evening shortly after seven o'clock. On the same
day the first shipment of goods over the new line for the merchants in the district arrived at lower Nicola and being
promptly unloaded, wagons were sood conveying the freight
to all parts oi the Valley, Much however remains to be done
and the ballasting of the track is going ahead fast and the construction of sidings already noted in The Nicola Herald.
The contractors however, are to be congralulated on their ef
lorts to have the steel laid quickly, which has resulted in the
merchants getting their freight practically direct instead of by
,       , , , . .   .   .   .        , , I    Hn lordship paeied sentence ii follow*:
the slow and cumbers.me process of freighting from Spences|Mw-1 ��� m I(flllllmit,.rj M )ife,
Bridge.
With regard to further construction, while we are not
able to make a definite statement as to the ultimate goal of the
railway we may say that construction will continne right on
and Nicola will be connected by the bands of steel with the
outside world before the fall if not sooner. The railroad
authorities are reticent as to future movements but no news is
good news aud it may be accepted as a positive fact that construction will proceed further than Nicola this year,
Edwards and Dunn Get Life
and Colquhoun Receives
Twenty-Five Years.
At 11 o'clock lut Thursday morning
the lecond jury in the rolihen trill were
sworn in. The jury were: A. T. Ball.
D. Bath, J. II Byrne, F. Neweomi, J.
W. Morrii, W. Hargreivea, jr., J. J.
Smith, R, Blur, .1. A. Scott, end I Sin
brooks.
The evidence given was eiactly the
lame as in the previoui trial anil the ef
���oris of the prisoner* counsel could not
a), ike in inyway the testimony of the various witnesses. Frulay afternoon witnessed the last lUgei of the trial. J, D.
Swamon made an eloquent appeal on IC
count of Oolquhoun, md A. D. Micid
iyre tried hard to rehut the evidence
given against El wards ind 11 inn.
Hii lordship summed no rather against
the prisoner!, ��ud the jury withdrew. A
���hort tune only elapsed before they ri-
1 timed ind gave an unanimous ver hot of
guilty against the prisoners.
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Dunn for life end Colquhoun for twenty
live years. In passing sentence he and:
"The oiii against ynu w is very clear, 1
agree with the verdict."
LOCAL NEWS.
E Linen of Aspen drove wai in Nicoli today.
F. J. Trou_htnn of Vernon wai a viii
r to Nicnla this week.
Large Deal For Acquisition of Balance of Bates-
Armstrong Interests in Their Aspen Grove
Claims is Consummated by First
Payment on June 1st
Those interested in Aspen Grove camp will be pleased to
hear that the deal in connection with the balance of the Bates-
Armstrong interests in claims there has been consummated.
The first payment on account of the deal was made on June
tst. The group ot claims consists of among others, the Cincin-
atti, Boomerang and Liverpool groups, and contains some of
the finest showings in the camp. The figure to be paid for
these claims is on in six figures R P. Inglisof Montreal who
is representing the capital invested is expected shortly in the
district to look over his interests, and it is expected that a mining expert from Mexico will accompanv him.
The second payment on account of the Golden Sovereign
group was also paid on June ist, Work on this group has
been steadily going on under the direction of F. M. McKeown.
who is representing Mr Inglis. Hunk houses, offices, etc.,
have been erected and a large staff of men have been employed in opening up the ledges on the group. The results so far
havs been most gratifying and everythings looks well for the
Golden Sovereign proving a good dividend payer.
Up till now Aspen.Grove camp has been rather in the
back ground but now that work is being done opening up its
possibilities, its showings are proving much better than was
expected even by the most optimistic. The camp wi!' take its
place as being the finest coppei camp in the west.
SOMEONE HAS BLUNDBKBD.
A   Most  Dlireputable   Criminal   Bas
Been Pardoned.
Desire Broihier, who was- on April 14.
1904, it Vancouver, found guilty of per
jury, theft ind procuring, ind sentenced
tc fire yein for perjury ind two ye��n
each, to run concurrently, for the other
two offencel, miking i term of .even
yeara in ill, hu been released from the
penitentiary, ifter serving hut two yeirs
ind one month of the term given him.
Warden Whyte liyi that i pardon was
received from the governor general in
council. The appesrince of Brothnr
himself wai the first intimation the gen'
eral public had of his being liberated.
The people of British Columbia ire in
dignint over the releasing of this ���b r
lion of nituri ind the partiu who are
responsible for the freeing of this reptile
will hire i hard time espliiniug their
ictloui. Brothier'i itiy in Vancouver
wu rery short.
A disnatoh from Ottiwi atitei thit the
only official ititement made wu that
Bothier wiireJeised onVindition that ht
would leive Cans ll ind go to Franco.
ROBBERS GET SMALL BOOTY.
P. 0. Inspector Says Loss Amounted
to Only $15.60.
J H M Greenfield, post office iuspec
tor his completed the checking up of tin
money oonliined in thi stolen registered
mail hag and buds that die sum totil in
caih wu $15.50. Theie were several
chequei ind ilio ��� number of money
orders, but payment of these was prompt
ly Itopped aid they were valueless to the
robbers. No trace of the cheques or
orderi can, however, be found. The
camps of the robhen were carefully
seirched, hut no lign of papere hsvm.
been burnt ur otherwise destroyed could
be dnecied.
A SERIOUS ACCIDENT.
MICHAEL DAVITT DEAD.
I, M. Chrioiin of Kamloopi wis in
���own this week pnrchaiinii h >nei,
A meeting nf rhe commit'ee of the N.
A A. wiM he held it the Bink Cottige
his evening.
Tenden for the real eila'e nf the late
John Corbet!, will be received up to ihe
15th initint.
Thi ippeal of the ease Armstrong ��i
Thynne will be heard before the full court
at Viotona thii wesk.
Norman   Woodward   Fractures Knee  Sorrow at tbe Death of the Father of
Cap by Striking Wagon Wheel. the Land League.
A�� Lower Nicola on Tuesday afternoon, Michael Divitt, the father of the Land
Not ii an Woodward met with a leriois j L ague, died on May 30th, in the Dublin
accident. While in the act of stepping i hospital. Amious enquiries wen made
>ront a load of lumber, he fell and struck ��� 1 the day regarding thi condition of Ml.
hii knee igiiait the wheel fracturing the, Davit.. At about 11 o'clock he rallied in
knee cap. He n.ltered considerable pain , remarkable manner md wu able to
for some time owing to the grut imount _peik lo those it his bedside. He be-
of swelling of the injured member. He ' eime quite cheerful hut again oollapiod
mil be on the retire! list for some time i ane gradually sank. On June 2nd the
md it ii hoped he will he again be able ] body was removed from the Chrendon Si
t > use the limb ii nf old Dr. Tutill was, Chapes where il had remained all night
in attendanoe ind rehired the lufferer,' to Broidsione stiti >n for eonviyinoe to
' who ii getting ilnng nicely.
Justice Irvine Remarks.
In ill presentment the grand jury it
Kimloopi, recommended the ipp iotmitit
f a nightwatohmin it  the provincul
Walter Clark provincial constable, left
fnr Lillonet this morning in connection
with the Ike Swike hone deal.
the peaceful country gravegard it Strudi
County Mayo.   Tba funeril cortege :o
eluded many Nelionilii-i member! of tlte
Thousand Cars For the C. P. R.       j HuVM 0, c���____.in_, among them John
The Cinidiin Picific nil��iv lut Sat ' Dillion ind John Redmond ind clergy
urdsy  placed an order  with the Angus' ���<��� repreieniative ol eie y relig   n a> o
The Gold Mine
Senator MacDoDild, of British Columbia, hu given notice in the senile for a
report giving tht nanus of the stockholder! of the North Atlantic Trading Co.
ind all other particulars concerning it, u
well u the raaioB for the cancellation of
the contrioi.
The invMtigation into thii matter ii
becoming uuuvory.
Won't Horry Contraction
0. M. Hayes, president of the O. T P.
uid the conn ruction on the new road eait
from the Picific eout would nnt begin
until the surveys were oomph ted
J��meiP ey of the Metropolitan Meat . __,._.    . _ , .       onliticil freed.     AH businisi ulicei wen
u   i  .   ���    . ,        ,  ,     Siiiitii of  Montreil, for ��� tDoUMM ho. r
Market, ii shipping two torn of wool  by        I ' closed md the ihutten wire oloied in the
home; referred   It  Ihe public ind high I'r,in   ,0 *****   ,Ml w^mhwm '���'"���   �����* raMn ��" '""'"J ��� *b"Mt "'private koua,.. the strsete being lined by
Haddock.   millinn dollan.   The Angus Shops hive , mmm rwni, ���, p,,,^ m ���,,��� aj
n.w .nntrscti for C. P, It bo�� cin ag
��� .���liool buildings, and eipresied pleasure
at the promised government lid. A tel- ���
phnnr line to (irand Priine wu reoorn
mended u a convenience to settlers aud ���
roeam of cutiing off a preieut evenue of
escape of criminal.. The neceiiity of ���
new court house wu igiin urged md the
nerd of in X ray at thi huspitil was mentioned. His lordship, Justice Irving,
said the exhibition of drunkeness seen on
the streets wu disgraceful. He nu ic
customed to western condition!, too. He
endoned the telephone luggeiied md
idded that one should he built ilong the
Tin nip-mi river. He spoke itrongly ��� f
the court house which, he uid, imelli io
the heavens. He hoped when he neit
came these thingi thit hid been reo��m
mended wonld be done. He would pre
sent tbeui to tbe proper luthoriliei.
Mn. Roll.. Johnston ind Perry John gregating two million dollan.   As it takes
���ton of Lower Nicola, and  Mrs. Tipniii * >ini time to get the material together
Wi liams of Spences Bridge, were in  Nic _k_ work of build" g ritinot  be cnturoen
oli tndiy. ,.���)   tm nediately, but   aa _OM   is it is.
i fiere will be an iverage of '25 can ��� day
Jamci Sneesly ind Chai. Harriion of turned out.
Unguis, were in town on Monday.   They -
are looking over the cointry with ��� view
to..tiling.    Opening Up Property.
  Missn.  McCillum and Towe came in
School will he open on Saturday thii' froDI the Boundiry distiict this week a< d
week it the u.ual hour, and will close for |m,. fm m ,. th#i. ..��������� gr.nUd
the midiummer holiday, on the 21it in Llfm pr���pertJM innUt ,,���, __,|, be
���lead of the __ud. hm JgmM c���rbett>a ���nch.   They in
��������������� tW,d  doiug  oomidenbli work on their
A special meeting of thu Ladioa' (.uild i claims.
of St. John of the Church of England will :
ling their Mats is the t ffin wsl borne
put. The acmes in the streets imply
ik <wed the love aod reipect ii which Mm
oeceued wu held ind the wideipruu
sorrow it hii death.
be held at the residence of Sirs. R. II
Winny, on Thursday neit at 2:30 p m.
W. A. He__.rd of Euderby paid a rliit
lo Nioola on Monday.
i
Fatal Sequel.
A despatch from Madrid dated June I,
lays public rejoicng over the marriage of
t o- King and Princess Km had a terrible
ramatic sequel when as the royal p.ir
w to returning to the palai- after lhe Ot r
i mooy, i bomb exploded killing liiteen
of the escort and ipectiton aud tw,
bonis drawing thi royil coach. It ii
now stated that the bomb wai not thrown
at the King and Queen but at Orand
Duke Vladimir of Ruiiu, who however
escaped uuhurt. THE   NICOLA   HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
f*a_llib-<1 Iwery Thursday
-SaWerlptlon, ln Advance. 12 aTear
Nicvni. B.C. font IMS
1RO BONO PUBLICO
Last week  saw  the conclu
von of the trial of Edwards,
Dunn and Cultjuh'Min  for the
train robbery    With their sentences no one who considers
the  matter  carefully will dis
igree.    That  they are severe
was only to be expected when
the seriousness ol  the offence
is   taken   into   consideration
The trial one. again sh ws the
promptness and   effectiveness
of British justice in punishing
crimes against the public weal,
and proves the superiority ol
our courts over those of other
countries.      Had   these   men
been before a tribunal in the
United States lor similar acts
committed under its jurisdiction
the criminal annals of that republic show all too plainly, how
the   proceedings   would have
been lengthened out, with adjournment   after adjournment,
and in the rare event of a conviction, the punishment meted
out would  have been wholly
inadequate to the offence   Further it is to be noted the prisoners   received   absolute   fair
play.  The profs against them
were indisputable and the penalties imposed, will be approved by all right minded people
throughout the Dominion,   It
is to be hoped that the sentences imposed  will be somewhat of a deterrent to a repi-
tition ot such offences in this
country and the auth jrities are
to   be congratulated  on   the
swift   manner   in which  they
have  meted   out justice to a
<*ang   of  desperadoes.     It is
only by the exercise of severity
that the country can be protected against repititions of these
offences, which are a menace
to the safety of the traveling
public and to the mails.    In
the words of a coast contemporary we can only hope that
the singular disposition towards
clemency, which hasdistinguish-
ed the department of justice in
regard to at least one of the
worst  criminals of  the coast,
will not influence the authorities at Ottawa to release the
desperadoes just sentenced until their limit of sentence has
expired.      	
PROVINCES   ARMS   APPROVED.
A dispatch from the Imperial authorities announces approval of the coat of arms for
the province of British Columbia, This is the first time that
the Herald's College has set
the seal of approval on arms
for the Pacific coast province.
At the top of a shield is a Un
ion Jack with a golden crown
in the center. Below is a sun
crossed by blue bars. The
king's pleasure is announced in
the followingquaint phraseology
"Know ye, therefore, that we
of our princely grace ol special
favor hive granted and assigned and by thrse presents grant
and assign for the province of
British Columbia the armorial
ensigns following, that is to say:
Argent, three bars, wavy azurr.
issuant from the base of a demi-
sun in splendoi proper, on a
chief, the union device chaigt-d
in the center point with an an
tique crown, or as the stmt are
in the painting hereunto annexed more plainly depicted,
to be borne for the said province on st als, shields, banners,
Hags or otherwise according to
the laws of arms."
��� -r_)-r��<^-r��<��-r����-��sc_-r��4>-r��-r_i��
AS AN
OX
MALLERY'S Beef, Iron
md Wine makes you
strung. Composed of fresh
Beef, Iron iu ��� form thit
ii euily issitnilated, ind
good Sherry Wine, it iia
tonic that mikes in li new
blood, sin plies nitrngen-
OUI material to build flesh
and muscle and itimu-
istes the whole system to
newer effort ind energy.
Price fl per bottle.
-THI-
MALLERY DRUG GO
________
ZAULOOF3,    :      :   B. C.
#__>__r__y_-y__-_^.t_y _->C> ��_v_jr__y��
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
���010  Weetmlniter  Road
VAXOOUVBR, B. 0.
Heidquirteri for
PACI""C COAST liROWt.
Garden, Flower aid Field Seeda.
Niw crop now in itoek ind on  teit in
our ireeiihnuses.    Aik your merchant for
then in tilled piokigis.    If he duel not
handle them, we will  mail  60 nmrted
6" picksgei of vegetihle ind fl ��er leads
(our own |. lection, luitable for B. 0. gir-
dens) for $1.00.   Special pricu  in your
bulk nidi
B. C. Draw* Ntoeh wi Frail aid
Oman-ratal Trcre.
Vow ready for ipring ihipment.  Eitra
nice Hook of���
I aad 1 year old apple trees at |_0 per 100
tl�� per 1001.
Mirnird Plum 11.00
I alias Prune. _ year Use Itt per In.
Sugsr Plum  I year, One $30 per IM
Full list of a her itook at regular priees
No eipenie, -Ms er delay of immigration
or impaction.
Orewhouie Plant., floral Work, Bee Rip
pllee. rralt Piok-CM, Fertiliser., its.
Let me price your lilt before ordering.
dialogue Free
tt. J. HINRT,
INI WMtnluter Real      Vmooo T M, B, C.
NICOLA AtHMMKN'T DI-TRkT
TAI NOnt-_
NOTint is taerebf fivea la k-w_-S<_ wnh
t_.er.ar_t.-. that Previa. UI lleveinieTax a__
all��v.s��.sid tai-si ind _M omi tai ___������� I and
levied ____��� the Asaessmea1 Act aad amend
mrnli. ars Diiwdueand pavibl- lor tbe jeer
190- All ta-M (Milli-table for the Nicola u*m
meat district are doe tnd payable al m; offloe.
situate at Nicola. Thia noil e, lo terms of law
it equivalent to a pert- ssl demand bj me .pee
all persons liable for lim
OEO.   MURRAY.
A-teasoraed Collat-A,
Mcnla    .�����.   -io. nt   ll_.i_it
Nirola Post Oftre.
Dated at Nicola 0th of rebruarr, IM
i illtlN. OITIIKTT
A R. CL dc. Loudon.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kimloopi, B. C,
Assays ai d anal) en -I Oree, Coal an I la
dtisirla1 produrte.
famuli's b) mail or It*.! receive prompt
alien lion.
Jx. O. T.
COVin NICOLA, No. KBI, A.O. P.. nieU
teeond and fourth Kriil-i ln each month
it I p.m. in Pooler's Hall. vl-itjug .relhrio
oord-kllj Invited.
N. J. Bakwiok, r. R
VV. Gordon M��rr_t, Bee.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horn Shoeing I ipeciilty.
NICOLA LA KB, B 0.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kindi of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in ttock.    Wedding prei
entt i specialty.
First class repuri done on ihort notice
and returned at ��nce.
NIOOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL-
Ii prepared to take contract! for
iiwing limit .r and geitiug out
timber.
Ueneral Mill < on.r_.--U ti rented
PRICKS MODKRATU
Psrtiei wishing  work can  hive sane
promptly attended to by applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Nicoli, B.C.
Liiveyour orderi with H, I.  Barwick,
for lumher who is  agent for thi Nioolt
Portible Steini Saw Mill he oan kelp you
plan oat an order.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UNION MAIM. OIOARB
KURTZ'S [TO CIGAR FiC OR!
148 Cordova Bt. W.
VANCOUVER B O.
NOTICE,
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
'I'lSDERH will be received bj the under
signs- ex-cotori ot the estate of the lat
John Corbett, derei'<_, up to II o'clock noon
Friday, J no 15'h, 19011. for the purchaieof tbi
east half __otloo tt, I'ownship HI, ou tke plilu
about three milea weal of Nicola, ooBtalaiag
IM acres more or leu.   ,
TERM- CASH.
Dated at Nieola, B. C��� If arch ST, 190ft.
A. IL OAKK1NUTON,
N. }. H. HAKWICK,
���.seniors el tke fetate et Ike late Jobs
C_rbit_,
T OVERL
A GOOD THING
THE-
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NICOLA, ft C.
Telephone No. 7. Main Street
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orderi throughout the I> strict receive oireful attention ind  proapt   _ell��_r/
Freeh Fish Every Friday.
J A ME.   POOXKT  rrar-riM**
ST_fi_w_A FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
I
II m
II
also   Oeneral  I_lxrery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. O.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   1 hursday lor Nicola lake,  Kamloopi,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 __nv
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every   Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Hridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m
Every Friday for Princeton at ft a. m.
Special trips made by appointment
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK
JOB WORK THE  NICOLA  HERALD
The Derby Winner.
Spearmint, owned hy StrTitlon Sjkei
and ridden by M-hir, von thi Kpioui
Derby. The winner wai lecond fivoriti
it 6 tol.
Suliscriheri tn The Nicola llenld em
renew 'heir subscription!: hy nudity ia
$2 to thi ottlct.
fe____y___Kui_i-^
DON'T BE A KNOCKER
II you lee I chinci to help thi town or
distr,.t, don't let it go hy, siys i level-
heidid exchange.     If the dunce doein't
ooine your wiy, go out tud leek for it; it
it lying iround ioose loinewhere.   "lJiu't
be i knocker.     Throw miy ymir little
biminer, q_M grousing and lea'l mope
ar und with  i loag lice as if y,>u h��d a
pi n in T 'ii stotu.cli.   L.ft, ut* y ui he til,
look  p!c-s-nt  ind try to spe.k well uf
your iiti'-liliori, no __���___��� Im* sm .11 ynu
nn) r.ally kmiw jourself to be.   When a
itrsoKor drops into town (rest him rig t.
(live him tht' _Ttd hind  snd lell him thu
il the best pi .ie on etrth,  just wb.t I e
h.s been looking for, snd you'll no c DATIPAYRR- in the Sleola mi. I/iwer
, . ,. , ,. .. . . ���" Nirola Sehool Dt-trlcts are requesM to
lying.    1) >ii idiacourige him hy.pe.k'ng   r -���"�����- --"���
ill of the district ind the people who sre
living in it, but show hue by your coioluc
Mnl b-.nug ill tl ho  hss it  Isstllri.ckl
while msn's c'liiiiiry. I) n't knock- "It'i
a dir'y bird thit befouls its own mat."
' &___���_._�� thit you are not the only  ! ,,'rl'\ \ *''-;" '(���".,, ,h,v l i,,,,,,- toaBolyte
J '   , Hi' ciuel t oinmissiont'r or ______  1 Works
pebble.   There are others; and they have for a lloeese to preepecl for coal oo the follow.
i Inudescrl ed lauds, iltiisted on the wet  Ide
NOTICE.
tnuke ini'iediite pavm^n'  tt   ih ir   lehefl
Ta.es _t the -kiTeramenl Aeentsofflce, N" ol_.
OKo. Mli'toy.
Collcclor.
NOTICE
brsim mil know iMiirihin. as -all as
you. Thire ii I wholx lot. more fun in
minding yur own, th.n to t'tetop'inu to
run y ur aet_litior's busiui-s, it jou only
knew it. Bealdee, il makes others think
i great ileil more of you.
Don't got iui'1 because your neighbor
lectiis   to  bo   doing a little b.'tti'r than
toiireeli    Bom. hun nun.mon nd hi
niiy pull you lloog with hun
Take this little bit of a.lvre and store
it in lhe vacant part of your h-ait; it ��Ul
live you from making bail fncinls.
f Ten MUeCreekal 11 ml es south of Klght
Mur i.rci'lv. coiiuiic i-ing :u a post m rkedC,
W   Mo���-\-s   s.roii'oi-no.t and riiiiiiiiigRO
ehaias nartn, thenee W   -alas we-t, thenoe M
-ou! li, llicnic su fi.iiiii- i.i-t li rl. "i i ost.
C, . . Ainu sky. Looator,
Itlf tl. I'M. A. Wihnot. Agent
NOTICE
ll you ��ill step in ��t Armstrong's ��-��i
it Lower Sic-la, you will he c'.iuii,il
that be carries the latesi and inost .mil
plete line ol genis furnlalnngs, iiiclmlii g
si,iii to r lop shirts, faiicv ��_#-���, hats  md
eape, all kin Is __-_i__4i s onllit*, ties, etc
Thirty days fro'n date I intitd to npply to
Ihe el icf ronmi--ioiii i of I otd- ai il works fora
��� to nrospei-i fi r 0-mI on tin- following
described 1-iiK IiuiiumI mi the wi* ��_r]_i.
'I'i ii Mile ereek ehanl r. miles I uid nf Rtfhl
in ii*. nreek, Y-l# ������ - i Ic*. tn . ��� -.- nn^ at s pn-t
marked G I,. li> hardaon's v u. corn rpnal
���nd r'liiiiiiig SO rhalns m- . IIi-mt su rl.nins
soul1', ti'i'ti'-o Nhliiiiio west,theaee v" Chain!
north back lo age,
II. L  IllCllAHIMI V l.oCHtnr.
MayM, MM A. WUrtiot, Agent
Frisco Will Get Dominion Grant.
The hoese ot common',  vot.il ai,<l (i.s
led flOO.QUO oa FrWiy for the relief of
Ban Kranciso '   s'ltT.rers  from   the recent
earthquake, \1r. Fielding uid th��t tha
g irnraent Had leiraed lien would he
no objection irom the Pnit. . Britei lo
the giving of tlie to uihv to a rosiiin-i le
bo ly and all that, was Hatred no'v wa�� tn
siy -lut holy it would bs given to. H I
bi ciel'" get the name iiivime BOW,
The hill *��s encored to in the iina'l
nd the monaw_.il he ready f'f tfih"
mission it oaae, I' is mire than likely
il mil no to the  [{"d 1'nns Smie'y.
MIN Kim ACT.
Certihca e of Iinprovpments.
NOTICE.
The Province  Mineral  I .aim. lltuate In thi
Hitnilkatneeti mining ilivi-i"ii of Y'ledis-
i riot, ixwal wi ""' way'i creek, about seven
nules from \i.ola Lake
Take Bottoi thai I, Trederirk fleorfe Piife,
free miner's MtliMieNo, _8T-_I Intend Undij-
f'ln tlic dale li'ico'. to applytn tin- mining
recorder for ��� rertiflcateol luiurov in .for
tlie niirini-eof obtaining acrafwa gram of the
above cl dm.
And further take aot lee Ikat action, under
section 17, ��� u*l be con -nee 1 before 1 BeInu
ail' e I'l SUi lie   "ili'ilc uf I'lmr 'U'tneiils.
Dated ________ .1 .\. f Jl_y, U I
tiii'i'i'.Ki'K Qs.nl io   I'akik,
Agent for J. VV i ollis.
NOTICE
Silly days �� ,sr 'It's I Inland la antilyloirii
c t eotnini .inner of lands ti o work- for per1
Mil.sion to pur liasi- _0_-Te��iif n ountain jiatt
tu ��� lead,oommenolHgit lies i..-oi-n.-r.>fmy
ireemptiofl. running u oh Ins snuih. thenee
iOchl ns im'-i. Hi i '" '"'Sins nor li hence
111 hiinseisi io starting pniat,
UwerNI ol . May II. I'.Ni.
AND   IW  SMITH.
I'arritigton's S'lver Lesf telii thi belt
..(It  tei on   the  m��rliet.   It  ii a  fine
i ro.gs pek'H, a stsighl t.'-sui tea.
N ��� houil complete without it.
Chan, .es ln Ministry.
An Ottawa d'spa* h slates that Hrni.
Mr. F'l/tiatr;ck was appointed chief jin
tiee nf the supremo c nirt f Ci- -i., on '
S.turdsy. Hon. Mr. Avlesworlh will ha
sworn in as Btiail.lt "f juitici wli n Lord
. t.'tiirns from Toronto ind Hon. Mr.
Lamia--!, solicitor general, becomes pist.
miiter general. No ippointrneol will 'e
male to the solicit <r generalship for ihi
pri'sotit.
Harrington's ClolJen Leaf tea is thr
very hnest flowery nrllifa p��k"�� Im-
p< ns i mi packed lepaoially for us.   Is
r' ���( 'oiilv the Bfleat til  oil  lhe   uiirkst
80 nn)i i pound.
-
Senator Sin.mi Unseated.
\ Waabin.t��n despsich i.ys lhat. by a   j
vote oi 7 to fi the   senate onBUB.tte.   on
privileifes and eloctiotis  voied   that  S,n
itur Siii'tot thi  Mormon  member, is not
intitled to his slit.
Notice,
Koti-eti herebyglvi n thai BOdan after date
I Inlend to apply to the Hun the chief O"""
ini-Hion r of Laodi ihd Works for p rml_lon
to uun'li is Clin a res nf mountain pasture land
dcsciitieil ii follows, I'litiiint'iii'iiik' at a |ios|
uuirked K. H 'mi. 1 post,X w. cO'ii-c. silu t.-d
id or near Mmuii'Ii. _avnai road, about Imilu
north of (Jinnvllle's raark, thenee K W chain*.
8 W ohains, W Kl chains, N te chains to miiial
post KKAXl'IS KKV.
Nicola, April Kill, V.Klll.
Notice
Nnlicc 1- li re' y give" i:,at 90 days after date
I intend to apply to the Hon. Ihr i L ef com-
mlMtoaere. lanes and works foi peruilwioa to
to 'iiii-'liaselilOsiTei of leoimt.iiii p utture Isnd
di si'i.lu'd as follows: i ii inneilMig .n Bast
iiin'k'il No. 1, J. ��.. M'*.��. - '1' _-j'lnlng
h' K's. I w. curair, theaee EM, - sn. u sn, N
siioiiilii'l post, J. I_. Mr ,i!ay.
Nicola. 2Tih April. Wil
N'ti
i e.
Pliei your orders with The Portable
'slum Hiw Mil1, all work guaranteed.
Ins' arrived,fanhionabli nioulditig knivei.
Why need to lesvr your hoB*a un6iilsliid
for wint of moulding!. Kdge and grain
flooring nf first quality/, will uatweai three
floors mide of flat grain. Window suh
ntdi to order.
The Briti-h Cnlombii Synod of the
1,'hurch of Knglaii'i oonvened at Nelson
on Wcdneidaj.
^ijtvday. iflcr dale I i trod to apply to (he
Hoa. the chief coiiiiiilMinner i f aa_ian_ works
f nerml'slnn npurchs ejfiac ��sof paeta i
lanpin ispenGroveeltiia'ed s follows: nam
me cii.g a a posi marked v it ('. placed
shootVC-alaieeil ivdl"chain*aoerhof ths
-. i. rmn"''  t i of DOS, 11' nee I   ' ii   '   north,
���.a i-li.iins Met, is mei Mc irih.
ihenoe t" nhalnieft, ihen etfinhata snath,
thenca :_chain�� ��'evt the re Wchiles smith,
lie ni ���' 9. i !i iic- wen to polnl nf  nnieao
mmt, A. It. i A' itlxOI
Aerilllth, I'M. 8. J. Bate, i_ank
NOTli'K.
r.i*y dayi afier lia's i  ntead to aaali lo 'he
cl   t ommlisloBer of lands and works for par*
Rils_io_ ��� ' pnrchaie HO acres nf mountain Das.
niri' ne anting al s ttosl at northwest enrner
nf i t Ml, Iheaea norih in chains, thence c��s'
iwenty i'ii,on-, laeaee aorth fort> chatai,
(hi nee east twenty chains, theme south forty
chain*, there wes' t'U'ti'y chain!, 'hen's
soulh forty chains, thenr" wee. twenty chains
to imint "f cnmnicT r.inrnt.
Aspen drove, March jntb. l!Kt-
W. A. Dni)|)S.
JOHN C. ADAIR
HIM IKCEHniHEER COAL ftOIL EXPERT
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all    Nicola, B. C.
THB PUAOH TO BUY TOUft
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMI, sif.
Fall ilork nf Domes if and Imported ( .__irs.
and tin best sniokinv lebaeie al-ayi oi head.
Drop lo and enjoy a qnlri _arne uf Hllli_rdi.
A([enl forthe I'ioneer M___a laundry, Vaioou
ver.   Laundry ihipT-O i-viT) saiurday.
IIWTI.LN
KAMLOOPI II' ii IE, I'. Hemd, propriemr.
Hestst.sk i( wine-, ii,|; n md etganla
the Interior. Jn-t ilie ipsi furs nlcecoolre
freehiag glaas of beer. M'nea in Kamloops
ni ia.
fRAJID PACIFIC MOTH,, Kamloops.   Tl.,
_______ hotel to Ike railway a_al___.   The
coviirnient   ho'el   for  irmslers.      Qoud
rooms, k'hkI ta 'te, _o _ lie, ion.    Two Uikc
-r n..   ('. A. Harnhan. pronrle-oi.
(iood slatioils il laecUOB,
AISHfliOIT H'lTKI.   The mmt r-nvnienl
i i ei for vUitnrv m .sbeMl .   I tt b- ��� of
tshieboatd.  Hotaaa ro'.'i kaiba  "nr is   ���
sen a'ile neets all irains.   Join,son k li   .
proprietora
Mop at the-
R0CK1ORD HOUSE
Kiikr  >iurr, Pi  |irh��H
When traveling oil the Nicola road
(' on'tiiehi i lace (or traveler!, wtlhg no
���cconiuioilaiioii.
��||*1-I
Unequalled ns a
Stiii-iucr Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting, (.Hides .uid I 'orses
always ready. '! dephone
connection! all directions
First ( lass Accommodation. Terms :
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
nl'ILCIIKNA, I'.. C.
.. lim   .on Hull is a
V
I
i
!(
ii
To earertaln and aarase you i' home,
letter ilnm ii theatrical ierforiiiaiii<���
i.ud iinirh ciieiiier.
For Prices an.  Icnio MffKe lo
M. Ii WAITT & CO.
(li'T Crai'Villi- -in. t
VANCOUV -BO
tl^kd
'"s<e_Rl"
COLUWP^N COLLEGE
tl   |   1905
NKW Wi--'-MINSTER, B. 0.
Kev. V.. .1. Sti'i'iis.i.i, I, A , !'...>.
Rev, J. I' Ron lit, Hum
A com|.!etc   e nmiiT'iil anl  hailoes*
course.   StudentB prepared to .sin teicli
era certificntes of all tirades.    In   nniver
sity work a fu'l course for tho  It. A. di
jrei of Tnronto rniteriitjr.
Initruetion |lran in Music, Art, Pnyi
cil Culture iiul K'urition.
end f t Calen lar
Notice.
Bitty dan after date 1 latend tOapph to the
Hon.die -hicfcoinmissioncrof laadl am]
for permtsitoa topureh-_e_-ORCreiof i
land in Aspen Grovr -11. i n r��,1 n felloes: eom
miming at a post marked S. J. R.e_ it,
rorner of lot 720 Il.��-n s N   h on-    .i '.
IS chains north, thlea-ttlcKllos rn.t. thenc vfi
I, ilnssoulh. theareM rhllni west,t_ienei   I.
chillis north;to ihe point of oomnieni rn , 11
A.rilSist. I's-l 3. J. 1 -
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        .... $158,232,409.51
HONORARY PRBBIDEXT:
Rt. Boo. Lord Strathoooa aad Mount Royal. 0. 0. M. ���
!����__-1 UK NT, -        Sir Oeo. A DrunuBoud WQ.U.tt.
V10-H>ilI..IDlNT AMD 01NSRAL UAJNAOBR,    -  1. 8. CLOGST.*
Head Office  Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Drposits received from   $i oo   and   ujiwartls.      Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be m.nle and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
nioola nn a nro ix
A.VV. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
THE NORMS SAFE & LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WAS H
Frank G. Benson,
Agent
VANCOUVER, B C.
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"
(11883) 11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
WILL  TKAVBL   DUr.II.-l   SEASON   AS   FOLLOWS
Mondays,   ruesdaya  and Saturdays at   Nicola.
Wednesd ) and Friday noon at Contlee.
Wednesday night and Thursday at Lower Nicola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWELL,
Manager. THE NICOLA HERALD
BIRTH.
IUkwk-k At Nioolt, B. C, on Friday
J_n. lit, ll��i-i, to Mr. and Hn. N. J.
H   lt.rwi.a of n ton
LOCAL NEWS
K P. Low*  of   A-utn   Orov* wu In
Nu ola yt��t.rd��y.
Puhlio ichool  will ___��� at Nicula un
Vhiii-day Jun. .lit.
Rev. Mr. Wright  and  family are *i
uectud nn today's itaga.
J   M. Millar of  McConnell  A Millar
i.ft for Eudarby on Monday.
Th* rtgular meeting of tha A 0. F.
rill be held on Friday evening.
Mrs.   Jamei  Chapman   haa   been in
Nicola the paat week visiting with friandi.
"Judge" Murphy returnad on Friday
from Kamloopa on hia way to Granitt.
J. P. McConnell  and   A.   I aria  left
Coutlae Tuoaday for Asp. n Grove camp.
Gao, Murray, collector of taxaa, hai a
notice in thia iaaue in reference to the
aohool taiei.
R. ,1. Armstrong left for Kamloopi on
Saturday and will spend leveral daya at
tha coast visiting relative*.
C. R. Gilbert of Vancouver, "lecratary
if th* Mainland Board of U idtrwriti r_,
ia sojourning in Nicola Valley.
Hugh Irvine government road foreman wai in Nicola thia week looking
after repain to thi trunk road.
Indian Mac donated S60 and ooita to
the provincial aiohequi-r thia week for
having liquor in hia poaiesaion.
Joseph Gu chnn rninrn-d home to
Quilchena on Tu-sda. from a viait wi h
Mr. and Mr . F  R��\ at Msmette lak*.
Th* provincial teachers convention will
bu opened at Victoria on Tuesday 2fith
Miss B  Macdonald of Nicola will ar* nl
J. Marshall of Forksdale, left this wsek
for Aspen Grove, where he will be em-
cloyed at the Golden Sovereign ai shift
bos*.
S. Conklin and eon arrived in Nicola
thia week from Waihington Data and are
looking over the possibilities of thii part
af th* province.
Mr*. M. P. Stewart e*tertained a number nf ladies tn afternoon tea on Tuesday
in honor of Mn. Calder of Ashcroft, who
ii visiting with her.  '
Darrall Shildrick ion of Rev. Shildrick
of New Weatminstar ia visiting Mr. and
Mra. H. I) Graau Armytage at "Willow
dale" near (.'outlee.
Ik* Swika a 8-iilus Indian ii bting detained by the police at Ldlooet, intil par
tie* from Nicola arrive to identify a horse
whieh Iks haa bse.ii tndiavoring to mil.
Mr*. Hal-amor* and daughter who
bar* been visiting Mrs, Pooley at Tamer*
ton ranch left thia afternoon for Quil
chena and will oontinna on their journey
to Kamloopi tomorrow.
Prioe Ellison, M. P. P., for Okanagan
and J. J. Campbell arrived from Varnnn,
via Douglas lake, Tue .day evening Thty
left, yesterday for Aipen Grov* camp to
look ovtr mining proptrtie* in which Mr,
Klliaon ll lnt*r*ited.
REFRIGERATORS
Mad* ol elegant hard wood
and bast tiuuli throughout.
Each nne in.kea a handsome
piece of furniture. From
tlO Mi to |20 each.
Ill CRIAH   F-.-KHH..
Sckkk\ \\ i Mm-sin keep our lha flies.
KrntiN Dunks iu all in-a from $2 np.
li-siuiM.. and Coal Oil Stovm, at
reasonable price*.
EVERYTHING  FOR   THE  HOT
WKATHKR
LEEMING'SlARDWARE
KANLOun
Buslii-a* LucaJa
I1,iist ���A hunch of kejs, somt.ime ago
Kinder |i  return tn  Fred,  W. Auv-
life , Nioola, and r.ceiv. reward.
For eai* and comfort for walking ynu
ahould a'*ay- buy your hoots and ahoei
at Arinatrong a, they art) "curu killer*.''
Cirrington'i Goldsn Leaf tei ii the
vary 6nest flnwsr. nrange peko*. Imported and packed (specially for ui. I*
ahsolu'ily the hues' tsa on tha market.
HO ocuts a pound.
If you wsnt high class up to datt Booti
and Shoea go to Armstrong's. 8pring
���took juit arrived.
Carrington s Golden I.raf tea la the
very fineet fl >wery orange peko*. Imported and packed especially for m. Ii
alaolutely the hnest tea on tha market.
60 oenti a pound.
Carrington'��� Silver Leaf tin ia the beat
&ltct. tea nn the market. Il ia a fine
nrange pekoe, a straight assam tea, N<>
tioui* complete without it.
Cnrrington's Silver Leaf t.a is the bes'
60.1. tea on the market.     It is a fine
range pekoe, a straight assam tea.    No
house complete without it.
Go to Armstrong's, Lower Nto'a, fnr
v ur suit for the 24(h of May. He carries
the latest and _____ up to date line of
clothing of any business house in Nicoli.
To Tit* Lambs:
Forthe Uieat and most fashionable
'amy collars and shirt waiits, blouse sets,
belts, etc Ynu shonld take a look in at
A n.irong'i.   No  trouble to ahow tha
Stockralaers Attention I
Wt have rtcvived a consignment of
F'y Funis 50c. a tin; .Isctric sprayer*
fl.60, Every rancher should should
haie it and use it Those wh > have triad
[ it once, always kaep a aupply in their
itahlea.
The l.iiplis Store.       A. R. Carringtnu.
SnHecriben to The Nicola Herald can
ren*w (heir subscriptions by sending in
|2 to   h     ffl e
If you ara thinking of hudling now is
the time tn get your orders cut io aa to I
have the lum'ierdry whtn the long days
come aud the carpaptera can wnrk with
ideaiure. Remember the name. The
Nicola Portable Steam Saw Mill.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public Ac.
Official Arlniiniiitra-.r
iil-i-.,   (o irnerrlal Block, east of Post Office
Kamloopa. B. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Hamster,   Solicitor and   Notary  Public
Uffioa:   Kast nf the Canadian Bank of Com
maros. south side of Victoria street. Kamloopa.
Moaer to loan oo real eatal. aecai-tj.
NOTICI.
Me-ls* I* k-n-kr f1v���� thai wltkla alzty
days aft-r date I lotted to apply to tas
ehlef commissloaer nf lauds aad works for ner.
ml-aloo i- Durahaa* 'Kl seres of pastor* laad
situai-d as follows: Comnienclng at Iba it. K.
oorner I -*���_. I.W. theno* west t�� chains, thence
nnrth 40 chains, ihenee east to chaina. thence
south 10 h_,__ to point of commencement.
Mar li. IBM WILLIAM CHI-HOLM.
HARNESS
SADDLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� . B. C,
M BEATTIE
Ac.' untant.Coniiniss in,Insurance
and General Agent.
MalnHtreet Kamloops
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Ctentral Supply A_rts
���von���
Mining contractors, farm machinery, boggles,
luttsr-, sleighs etc. Bead for'in r list of tarn
and mining iiroiiartles. Kenorta on mining .roll n le�� through the District. Cable address
"Auriini " Cwlea: Broinhall, Moreing It Seal,
A. H. (J, ��th.
Warehou-e-Canfonl, Nicola Valley, B. C.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinda of Watch, Clock
and Jewelry reiiaira done in
first class order and sstisfae
tion guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed and returned without delay.
W. ti.  .'AtlPBKI-L A CO.,
C. P. It. Time Inspectors, Kamloops
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Specialty
Write for Kstimaie on all Kinda of Work
P. O. Boi 186 KAMLOOPS, B.C
NOTICE.
I, Henry 8. Clesatiy of tha Contlee
Hotel, Cnu'lee, II C . intend to apply b
the licence commissioners for Nicola Dii
trict at t��� eir i ext si(ting fur a transfer of
the retail liquor license held by me.(
Jo*. R. A. Richard*.
Henry S. Cl-A.hy.
Coutlte. B. C., May 1st, 190..
LOST.
A Yawman or Km automatic fishing
reel with oiled silk line, between Spences
Kndga and the 22 vlil* House. Finder
will be rewarded by leaving same at the
Coutle* Hotel, Clemes' Hotel nr the 22
Mile House,
TOWH LOTS
GOOD BUSINESS SITES
SOME  OOOD  SNAPS
IN TOWN PROPERTY
REAL ESTATE
Q. n. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
NICOLA, b. o.
HERALD OmCI
AT "THE PEOPLE'S STORE"
FOR THE
Next Thirty Days
For Cash Only
DISCOUNT 20 PER CENT OFF
Crums Prints
Kingscott Ginghams
Ducks
M-.talost.es
Lawns
Nainsooks
Swiss and Corded
Muslins
Cambrics
Japanese Silks
Sateens
Serges, Cashmeres,
Suit Lengths and
Waist Lengths
Ladies Waists and
Skirts, Print, Silk
and Luster
Art Muslins,
Cretonnes,
Liaoleu-Q-, Oil Cloths
Japanese Matting,
Table Linens,
Table Oils and
Lace Curtains.
Apron Ginghams,
Galateas.
Oxford Shirting and
Men's Top Shirts.
A. R CARRINGTON,
___?
$5 to $100
It's "Daylight all the Way,"
by the Kodak system.    Lond
ing,   unloading,  developing���
all without a dark room.
Everything for the
Photographer
|G. HILLIARD"
General
Blacksmith
CARRIA3E AND flfld WORK
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTOHH
Kamlooi a and V���rii..n
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
���
branc
NICOLA, B. C.
I BLAIR & CO.
I -DEALERS IN-
|     General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Re_ld*nt Amenta ln  Nioola for th*
ROYAL,  aod LONDON _t LANCASHIRE RUB  IN.SWRAI.OB OO 8
OOUTLKE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Subline In 0<__B*eU-__

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