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 _ .  f  il  '(.;���;  A)  Jli..  J1;;  If'  \\  _(��, i  ��� .**"  K-  if-  /****> *  !83b!*  .sy- ^a     ���-���        ^X  NOV 9    f9io  ^PrORlA.  B.  Vol. 1, No   38  MERRITT, B.C.   NOVEMBER 4, 1910  Price 5 Cents  i t  erritt  ave Keen  onster  servative  een  Ralph Smith Visited Merritt This Week  And Merritt Will Profit by His Coming  BOARD OF TRADE  Federal Agent Saw and Appreciates Need of Public  Works Here.  Ralph Smith, federal member  for .the constituency of Nanaimo,  recently appointed organizer for  the j Liberal party in British  Columbia, and possibly one of  the greatest forces of Liberalism  in the west, visited Merritt over  Wednesday night, returning to  the mainline by yesterday morning's train. He came to learn  the needs and requirements of  Merritt and district so that he  could present them intelligently  to the government at Ottawa.  His coming will have an influence  for'good and will likely result in  the location in Merritt of government buildings and other public  works.  '.'I like the looks of Merritt,"  declared the visitor. "It is some  time since I was here and the  growth of the town is simply  astonishing. The mines are busy  and. there seems to be a great  ;iiie_yelopment-in-theicou^^^ur--  rounding the town. Everything  points to progress and expansion  and Merritt will certainly be one  of the big centres of the upper  country.  "The train last night astonished me and then to see the big  train of coal going out this morning" pleases me all the more.  With such producing agencies as  you have there is^ nothing to it  but you will have.to have railroad communication with the  , coast more direct than you have.  You will have to have a road  over the Hope mountains and I  pro'pose to fight good and hard to  obtain it for you."  And, Mr. ��� Smith means every  word he says. His visit to Merritt;; means that Merritt will have  another friend in the house at  Ottawa and an influential one  toor The climate locally imr  pressed him as much as anything. "Isn't it great," he remarked as he drew a big, deep  breath of the invigorating ozone  of which Nicola valley is so  proud. "I am coming back here  and will bring my family as well  as other friends. I will not tire  in telling the outside world of  the wonderful valley you have  and if ever ] can do anything to  induce settlement gladly will I  do it." And the ring of sincerity  in his voice was convincing of  his earnestness.  A.Liberal caucus was held in  Menzies' hall Wednesday night  when the local leaders were  present to meet Mr. Smith. Provincial politics were not discussed  because it was generally accepted that as there would be no contest it was not necessary to treat  the matter of candidate. Public  works for Merritt formed the  chief topic of consideration.  The government telephone system was hauled over the coals  and   the   determined ".- criticism  importance of the town as well'l  as the amount of business thai  passes through that department  from a local source demands it, "l  stated Mr. Smith when told thali  it was necessary to go to KanH  loops to clear bonded goods.;  "The government will likely put'  the customs department under,  the same roof as the postoffice.)  There is little doubt but that you)  will get both and that they will;  There was no meeting of the  J Merritt Board of Trade last night  j! it being impossible to gather a  quorum. Notices have been sent  out for a meeting next Thursday  night in the offices of the Nicola  Valley Investment and Land Co.  and the importance of the matters to be discussed demands a  good attendance. The scheme  of incorporation will be the  principal topic.  Local Man Will Be  Named  To Try For Yale Nomination  liminary to revolution have been  declared throughout Spain.  Miss Marriott went down to  Vancouver on a business trip this  week.  McBRIDE AT RUPERT  Prince Rupert, Nov. 4���Speaking here at a political gathering  last night Premier McBride declared that the province would  yet get her rights under the  financial arrangement .with the  Dominion.- He criticized Laur-  ier's breach of faith with respect  A VIEW OF NICOLA VALLE     FARM *UANDS NEAR  NICOLA  Y l   -  which was advanced by the local  men told Mr. Smith in unmistakable language of the dissatisfaction with which the local service  is regarded. As a result of the  treatise the federal agent will  take immediate measures to have  the system thoroughly reorganized and placed on a good sound  footing. Amongst other things  it is likely that night operators  will be maintained so as to add  to the convenience of the public.  The present service is wholly in-  adequateand-noone-appreciated  it more .than Ralph Smith when  he was made familiar with the  situation.  But this is the least important  of the improvements that the  local public will in all probability  receive. The erection of a federal building for housing the post-  office and other federal departments are amongst the projects  in contemplation. Mr. Smith was  impressed with the local needs in  the matter of postoffice service  and informed the meeting that a  separate building was necessary  and that he would endeavor to  secure it for the town. The  building as proposed would cost  in the neighborhood of $10,000.  ' 'There should certainly be a  customs house in Merritt.   The  A CONSERVATIVE'S DUTY  Every Conservative voter in Nicola valley should attend  the joint meeting in Menzies' hall tomorrow (Saturday)  evening when a candidate will be selected to represent the  valley in the try for the nomination in the Yale constituency  in the approaching bye-election. Nicola valley has nineteen  delegates whiie the mainline has thirty and it behooves the  local party to send a man to the convention who can get sufficient support along the mainline to ensure him the nomination. It requires a little consideration and prejudice should  be set aside in solving the problem.  be located in the heart of the  town." This reassuring statement on the part of Mr.V Smith  was well received.  The matter of an armoury was  discussed and Mr. Smith was of  the opinion that one should be  built in Merritt though there is  little assurance that it will come  right away. The federal building will be erected early next  year and the construction of the  armoury will follow as soon as  possible.  ���Nicola-valley���is���deserving-of-  better consideration in the matter of Indian affairs and Mr.  Smith was asked to use his influence in securing a local agency  so that these matters could be  dealt with at home. The committee received every encouragement.  "And I tell you another thing.  It is more than probable that  Nicala valley will receive one of  the government experimental  farms and I will do my best for  you in this regard."  "I am simply going through the  province to find out just what the  people really need. In the past  the government has not been in a  position to fully understand the  situation in the various outlying  communities in this province and  when I go back to Ottawa I will  .tell them just-.what is wanted in  the different places. You can rest  assured that Nicola valley will get  the best that is going if I have my  way. The federal building is an  assured thing." And Ralph  Smith has gone away with a full  knowledge of what Merritt and  Nicola valley need most and those  who know him are confident that  he will use his best endeavor to  satisfy local requirements.  "If anything will hasten these  public works it is incorporation,  so get busy and incorporate," he  said as he stepped on the out-  bound train. ���  Laurier Suffered  Crushing Defeat  Conservative Elected in Quebec  in Bye-Election Yesterday.  ' Other Dispatches.  to the Oriental question,  a great reception.  It was  From AH Over Valley They  Will Come to Merritt  Saturday Night.  A meeting of the Conservatives of Nicola valley has been  called for Saturday night at  Menzies' hail"1 when a man will  be selected to be sent to the  nominating convention at  Spences Bridge on November 11  to make a try for the candidature  of the party in Yale riding in the  forthcoming bye-election.  Two names have been suggested, those of H. H. Matthews  of Nicola and S. N. Dancey of  Merritt and though.,- there has  been considerable rivalry it is of  ihe i'riendlie.si nature and the  puny locu.11., vjij ct_ru_.ii.ly unite  on the choice of Saturday night's  meeting. Mr. D.uicey has strong  backing aloi.-g ihe main line. .  The joint  committees  met  in  Nicul..   T>.Lsdaj    i.ftenxfi    i.i.d.  made preliminary arrang. ments  for the big meeting.    Those.attending  will   have   to-, sign a  pledge to support the party and  the nominee,-of .the  .meeting;''.  There ptTDmises^tO"'be a-mbnitear  attendance^- ���-  Montreal, Nov. 4���It was a  crushing defeat for. Laurier's  party in the Drummond-Artha-  baska bye-election yesterday.  Gilbert, Nationalist, was elected  and Perrault, Liberal, defeated.  Iris_the~opinionthat~~Laurier_is  unable to regain his political  power in the province of Quebec.  YALE WINS PRIZES  Vancouver, Nov. 4���In the  apple show the latest awards include Coldstream Estate, R. S.  Fortune, Kelowna; C. J. Thompson, Summerland; F. R. Desart,  Kelowna;' Mrs. Smith, Spences  Bridge; J. Spiers, West Kootenay; John Collins, Kelowna;  Thos. Earle, Lytton.  BRITISH CABINET CHANGES  ��� London, Nov. 4���In today's  cabinet changes Lord Morley becomes President of the Council,  Earl of Crewes is Indian secretary, Lewis Harcourt, Colonial  secretary and Earl of Beauchamp  the first Commissioner of Public  Works.  ���A FINE RESIDENCE,  REVOLT IN HONDURAS  New York. Nov. 4���There is a  revolt in Honduras. United  States gunboatready to bombard  Amalpa. Consular agent was  insulted.  FLOOD AT NOME  Nome, Alaska, Nov. 4���A ter-  riffic surf of unknown origin inundated the city last night.  Houses were flooded, schooners  wrecked and lives lost.  THE NEW PARLIAMENT  Capetown, S^ A., Nov. 4���The  new parliament of the union of  South Africa was opened by the  Duke of Connaught today. There  w9re unexampled rejoicings.  SPAIN MAY REVOLT  Madrid, Nov. 4���Widespread  strikes are believed to be pre-  -: Hyland & McLean have the  contract for building the fine  new residence of M. L. Grimmett. The house will be of a  beautiful design anrl the equipment will be modern in every re-  pect. When completed it will  cost over $5000. Hyland & McLean are unusually busy this season and have more work than  they can comfortably handle.  Mr. McLean is again in harness  having recovered from the  effects of his   accident.  Merritt L.O.L. No.-1710 meets  in regular session '��� tomorrow  (Saturday) evening in Menzies'  hall. Business, of importance  will be taken up and a full attendance of members . ia.. requested.  LOCAL EXHIBIT GOOD  Nicola Valley Applet   Shb^^Good  Advantage at Apple S&(N^;'  That Nicola valley apples aye  showing up well at the? apple  show in Vancouver is the opinion  of those who have seen the 'exhibit amongst the others; - The  I^oard of Trade is to be"congratulated on it's enterprise in sending an exhibit^ ' 'It has awakened  the outside * world to the possibilities of -this district in the  rAatteiLof_grow:ingJapples,Ii_de--  clared one man w "o visited the  show. ;        . . ,  "I tell you our exhibit certainly did look fine,'," stated Dr.  G. H. Tutill who returned from  Vnncouver;<.iast ni��hi. s-'It is a  credit to the valley and in fact  to the province. Everything is  apple in Vancouver this week."  The editor of The News is in  receipt of a Utter i'rom-C. S.  Hubbs and he is enthusiastic as  to the Nicola valley exhibit at  tne show. ��� "The ;,-:Mcola valley  apples are showing up O. K.,"  was the brief text of his letter.  Taken all jri all the Nicola valley  is the richer today for having  dent the exhibit.  Al Carrington is back from a  trip to the * coast, returning by  last night's train. .  THERE WILL BE NO FIGHT  There will be no Liberal candidate to contest Yale riding  in the ensuing bye-election occasioned by the retirement of  Hon. Richard McBride. The News has received this intelligence from the authoritative feources of the Liberal party  and it is confirmed by no less an authority than Ralph Smith,  M. P. The visit to Merritt of "Mr. Smith was purely of an  organizing character. He came to see and learn the heeds  of the community so that he could present them intelligently  at Ottawa. The man who wins the Conservative nomination  at Spences Bridge on November 11 will be the next sitting  member for this riding.    That is a positive certainty. THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, November 4.  1910  Hospital Project  Well Launched  Big   Public    Meeting "Endorses  Action of Committees.  The hospital project has been  formally floated. At the public  meeting in Menzies' hall last Friday evening the citizens of Merritt and Middlesboro as well ns a  few from Nicola and other point?  in the valley were'unanimous in  their endorsation of the scheme.  A strong committee, fully representative of all local interests,  was organized and wHl promote  the detail work. . Lists wjll *.b  circulated and an effort made to  raise an amount in the "valle>  . equal to'thar already subscribed  by the miners. .?>  Dr. C. S. Williams was voted  to the chair but was called jiway  on^profe'ssional duties, hjs < ffire  being filled accepr>>b*y by H. H  Matthews of Nicola. Felix Gra  ham performed the. duties, oJ  secretary in his .usual efficient  manner.  The report of the committee on  - sites    was   present'-d    by  J"hi  ��� Hutchison.      As   announced   in  "  last  week's   News    this   report  ��� recommended   the   adoption  of  - the Balir site adjoining- the Voght  bridge over the Coldwater river.  .The formal resolution authorizing  the general ��� hospital was introduced by S. N. Dancey and  seconded by J. S. Morgan, Fred  Gay, G. F. Ransom, A. S. Ben-  net and others. An animated  discussion followed in whi'-h thr  various phases of the project  were'" treated in an interesting  but-thorough manner and the  resolution pa-sod- th:-... meeting  unanimously.  The site question occasioned a  little controversy, but it was  finally agreed that if the Blair  site was acceptable to the government that it be accepted. The  1 secretary was instructed to draft  '.a letter of thanks  to  Mr. Blair  a;fpr his generous offer and to en-  deavor-if possible  to secure additional land.  The matter of organization was  next taken up. Mr. Gay though'  that there should be three com-  ;<-Tni_ttees>one to canvass for funds.  ; another to wait upon the govern-  ��� ment in.quest  of: a gran.t and a  -i third to promote 'the  necessary  "detail work.    Other suggestions  were offered  and it was finally  resolved that a general committee be appointed  and the  sub-  ������ committees could  be  named  by  - the larger committee.    Upwards  -of-forty-names���were���presented  and accepted.  o   THAT TURKEY DINNER  -''To feed nearly three hundred  hungry men, women, and children, and then to have ample for  a second .dinner was   the   ex-  ' *perience of the  ladies, who pro-  ** -moted the turkey dinner in Men-  " zies hall on the evening of  Thanksgiving day. It was really the first enterprise undertaken by the recently, organized  Ladies' Aid of the local Presbyterian church and incidentally it  was one of the greatest affairs  of its kind ever given in Merritt.  The coffers of the society are  richer today by nearly $200 and  surely that should be gratifying  " to the most fasticious.  The tables were spread on the  big stage  floor and   were  filled  ' time and again.    There was turkey and  chicken  and  duck and  goose and  cukes  and  pies  and  jellies and salads and in fact al-  'most anything that would tickle  ., the pa,Ia��e. It would be unfair  to mention any one name in connection with the preparation" of  the dinner and the carrying out  of the evening's programme for  all the ladies worked indefati-  gably together and the splendid  results that followed came as a  well earned reward.  After   the dinner   George F.  ' Ransom auctioned off some of the  good things that were left and  in some instances received handsome prices. Mr. Ransom was  a great success with the hammer  and earned an additional $18  fir the good ladies. Dancing  was indulged for several hours  the big company entering enthusiastically into the enjoyment  of the evening. Mrs.Dr.Tutillajfid  Mr. McMillian furnished the  nusic for the dancing. "It was  one of those good old fashioned  Thanksgiving dinners," remarked one enthusiastic lady and the  manner in which everyonejoined  in the spirit of the occasion  seemed to confirm her theory.  i~~ch  CHURCH SERVICES  lua:l:x^^I-la_^^^iJ���llJ^���^^__^l.^^.���_lJ___J.^ jrimiTB-Hassaae^aa  ANGLICAN CHURCH.  Services Sunday, Nov.  6, Nicola:   Holy communion 10 a. m.,  evensong and sermon 7:30 p. m.  Rev. J. Thompson, Vicar.  METHODIST CHURCH.  Nicola 11 a. m., Lower Nicola  3 p. m., Merritt 7 p. m.  J. W. Hedley, M. A.,  Pastor.  ASHCROFT POULTRY SHOW  The management of the Ashcroft Pet Stock and Poultry show  's busy these days completing  'ilans for the big event. The  prize list has been thoroughly  revised and several hnndred of  dollars will be given in prize  money as well as a number of  specials including a medal by  The Nicola Valley News. It is  expected that there will be  several hundred entries and I he  dates have been fixed for December 28, 29 and 30. Nicola  \ alley will'likely send an exhibit.  BRITISH COLUMBIA HORSE  Squadron orders No. 20 by Major  Flick commanding "D"  Squadron B. C. Horse.  Merritt, Nov. 4, 1910. .  Drill Dismounted:   -Nicola,  Wednesday  8   p.   m.;   Merritt,  Tuesday  7:30 p.   m.,   until further orders.  All drills at Lower Nicola are  discontinued until further orders.  All ranks will parade in uniform  at above drills.  Discharge:    The   following  men are struck off strength for  non-attendance at drill:  Trooper  I. Lindley,  Trooper D. Lindley.  .Charles Flick, Major,  O. C. :'D" B, C. Horse.  Provincial News  The coasts of-the Bay of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno and  the islands of Ischia and Procida  have been devastated by a peculiar combination of elements,  comprising tornado, tidal wave  and volcanic eruption, according  to a dispatch from Naples. The  loss of lives will  reach over 250.  Dr. Fagan states that the recent health conference at Ottawa will mean for the better safeguarding of the public health.  A-central-laboratory-for-Ganada  is projected.  Great Britain is lending its  active support to the new Portuguese republic.  H. T. Lockyear, for years  manager of the Hudson's Bay  Co. stores at Vancouver has been  appointed to the office of superintendent of the stores in British  Columbia.  Hon. Richard McBride will go  north next week on an official  visit to Prince Rupert and  Stewart.  In a motor car race at New  York Barney Oldfield proved to  the world that Jack Johnson,  colored heavyweight pugilistic  champion, did not excel in his  department for he. defeated him  by a big margin.in a rather sensational race. The fighter was  of the opinion that he could beat  Oldfield in his hew-, racing car  but he couldn't deliver the goods.  M. L. GRIMMETT  Barrister and Solicitor  Notary Public  Solicitor for the Bank of Montreal  Nicola - - MerrHt  At MerriU Monday, Wednesday, Friday  FOR SALE  New three room house with  half acre of land. Can be had  at a pretty reasonable figure and  terms can be arranged. Apply  to Box M, Nicola Valley News  office.  Trucking  and Draying  It matters not what class of  hauling it is I can give. you  the best of service and  prices will suit you.  DAN MUNRO  Stables:    Coutlee Avenue  Merritt, B. C.  Orders Promptly Executed.  Water Notice  Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of  the "Water Act; 1909," to obtain a  license in the Kamloops Division of  Yale District.  a. Tho name, address and occupation  of the applicant Charles M. Winny,  Middlesboro, Engineer.  b. The name of the lake, stream or  source [if unnamed, the description is]  Jesse Creek.  c. The point of diversion about the  centre of Lot 1900.  d. The quantity of water applied for  [in cubic feet per second.]    One.  e. The character of the proposed  works.    Ditch or. flume.  f. The premises on which the water  is to be used [describe some. ] My preemption No. 9^1 and Lot 1900.  g. The purposes for which the water  is to be used.    Irrigation and domestic.  h. If for irrigation describe the land  iutended to be irrigated, giving acreage. Part of pre-emption No. 921 and  part of Lot 1900, about 80 acres.  j. Area of Crown .land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works.  None.  k. This notice was posted on the 7th  day of October, 191-, and application  will be made to the Commissioner on  the 7th day of November; 1910.  1. Give the names and addresses of  any riparian proprietors or licensees  who or whose lands are likely to be  affected by the proposed works, either  above or below the outlet. None.  -   C. M. WINNY.  "���'    Merritt, B. C.  Private Tut ion in  Mining  Men prepared for B. C.  1st,   2nd  and 3rd-class    ;  examinations by     '"*.������'  THOS. MORDY  (1st class B.C. and England)  Terms on application.,  Quilchena Ave.,'   next to B. C.  Lands office.  Under new management and many improved facilities.  More accommodation and of the best.  In every department we aim to please, and we generally succeed.  COMMERCIAL  TRADE  A   SPECIALTY.  Best of Wines and Liquors Always in Stock.  GEO. McGRUTHER, Prop.  Merritt, B. C.  Many dope fiends contracted  the drug habit in the cradle  Certain dangerous drugs were given to them in'  their bal.y days in the form of "Soothing,Syrups,"  "colic cures" and "kif an L._' friends." The harmful  effect of "soothers" containing opium, morphine,  chloroform, chloral, etc., cannot be Loo "strongly  stated. Do not give baby a "soother" unless  you positively must.    Then give it  PHONE 24  Nicola Valley Transfer  Company  TRUCKING    AND    DRAYBNG   A    SPECIALTY  .... DEALER   IN ... .  Lumber, Lath, Lime, Cement, Hay, Grain and Peed  GEORGE RICHES  Granite Avenue  MERRITT, B. C  SOOTHING SYRUP  and rest contented. Nyal's Soothing Syrup contains no opiates. It induces natural, healthy  sleep���gives immediate relief to baby, calming  the mother's tired nerves���does not put on soft,  flabby flesh, making the little folks easy victims  of childish diseases.  "We wouldn't think of recommending Nyal's  Soothing. Syrup if we were not certain of its  beneficial effects.  Let Us Supply You  With Bread  "   We are installing an up-to-date bakery and will be in a position  to supply you with the best quality of bread.  We will have a   delivery   wagon   on   the route every day and  orders can be given at the house.  We sell tickets good for fourteen loaves of bresd for $1.00.  SMITH & CLARKE  Bakers and Confectioners  Quilchena Ave. Merritt, B. C.  Anything you  buy  with the name  will   give   you  entire  satisfaction.  Sold and guaranteed by  ��430  C_���* :n jp_ D���k:   V_1<C111��111A1~VC~AVCUL.__.KV��.L1C_;  ti/i^.,.,:**  d. _rv  The Beauty Spot of British Columbia  HOPE  Picturesquely situated along the banks of the Fraser River and  a history as romantic as the place is beautiful. .  Coiquahalla Hotel  We can offer you scenic' beauty, comfort and pleasure���what  more do you want.    Good hunting and fishing.    Future railroad centre.  Fred. Parnaby, Proprietor  Coiquahalla Hotel Hope, B. C.  Watch for the CM  Valley News  It will be the finest publication ever issued in  the upper country. Profuse in illustration, replete in fact and storyy it will depict the life  and industry of the people of Merritt and the  Nicola valley as a whole. It will be valuable  historical number, entertaining to the  reader and an accurate mirror of the future.  The News feels that its wonderful success during the past year demands some  recognition at its hands and no effort will be spared to make the Christmas  number a distinct credit to the publishers and to the town and district in  which tha paper has its life and being.  YOUR  ORDERS EARLY  Issue Goes to Press December 16th.  1'u.i.u ^%wmmmmifsm 51   Friday, November 4, 1910  ��� THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  ' L  ..'4- .  Tii l  Coal    Coal    Coal  The Coal Hill Syndicate  is in a position to  quote you  LOWEST PRICES  on any quantity of-their ^:':-  now    famous    product.  Our mine )s run free of  r.  rock and slate and this  results in splendid furri-.....:.  ace fuel.  LUMP  DOMESTIC  is the finest household  coal to be had and it is  delivered in Merr.tt for  $ i 0.00 per 2 Ton  Lots  Cash with order.    Prompt deli  Joseph Graham  Manager.  p. O. Box  17. Merritt, B. C.  INSTALLING THE PLANT  Columbia Coal and Coke Co. Ready, to  Ship Soon.  The Columbia Coal and Coke  Co. will have its plant ready for  operation this winter. The  machinery has reached: Merritt  ari'd--has'.''-!be(Bn- freighted '.out to  Granite Greek and an army of  men is now engaged with the installation/ ������������������." ���"���    *"������v  In its completediormthiei plant  will be one' of; the ^ best������"��� of its'  kind in thie upper .country and  the company will ship at least  1000 tons per day when in full  operation. There is every- reason  to* believe that .Granite .Creek  will be one of the most important  coal producing districts in' the  province.      ;      ,* .   "**-  Areoplanes hav*�� been recommended for service in the United  States army.. -  Barry, the Chicago featherweight lost to Flynn in Boston  the other night in a short go.  When in North Bend stop at  C.P.R. Hotel  You can get the best satisfaction for your money. Local  trains stop thjrty minutes for  lunch. We have the name of  keeping one of the best host-  elries along the line.  J��� C. Clarence  Manager.  Globe Hotel  LYTTON, B. C.  One of the oldest and  best   hostelries  in? the"   ���  -district.     Good  accom-    ���������-  niodation in all depart-  partments.  V  A. F.   HAUTIER,   - -  Prop.  LYTTON, B. C.  McVittie & Cokely  Dominion and Provincial  and Surveyors  Irrigation  Work  a Specialty.  Office over Bank of Montreal.   ,.  Merritt, B. C.  A. W. McVITTIE  D.L.8.. B.C.L..H.  L. S. COKELY  D.L.S.. B.C.LS.  Know Now that  HUTCH  means  FIRE  INSURANCE.  I do because the business tells  the tale, and bp the way there, s  a big good looking fellow called  RANSOM  >��� '" c |J,i^-,i; ������ .��� ������������".: -;-..:  wHo writes the best accident  policy I ev&ip saw.  :    7: ^^'S'J^^^-'*r ;'  John Hutchison  Company.  "Where it Pays to peal"  '''''"'m^ritt/b.c:;'k' '"'^  SMITH & CLARKE DOING WELL  , The bakery and chocolate factory of Smith & Clarke is now in  full; swing and the splendid  patronage they-.-are receiving is  evidence-of -the -justification of  their.faith in 'the"future"of the  townjand district.     :: - "" ' '' *  -Henry ;V "*' Marrifttr'"' the'"; well  known Kamloops> baker,1 was in  charge of the bakery."for, several  days.'- Mr.*' Mai-riott' has- been  associated m ->an " indirect way  with the firm for some; time and  the excellent quality of his "pro-  duetts largely respon^  big patronage he enjoys in the  neighboring town.  The firm is now baking over  two hundred loaves of bread  every day and their supply is not  yet equal to the demand. An  experienced baker has been secured and is already in harness.  The bakery is situated in ,a new  building at the rear of the East-  wood^block.- The candy factory  is working..overtime. to,.keep up?  with the orders! . Miss'rSmith'' is'  in charge.  The ring where the famous  battle; between ' Johnson and  Jeffries was fought is being torn  down and removed. It has been  the subject of litigation for weeks  but everything has been satisfactorily settled.  THE WONDERS AT HOME  - How little British Columbians  know of Britiah Columbia, is a  remark often heard. Take, the,  people of Victoria or Van couver;  half of; them have-not7-travelled  moriethan a* few"miles* beyond  the confines of those cities unless it is along the, C.P.R. main  line to or from the East. British  Columbia has more to offer than  any other province in Canada  from a scenic point of view. There  is more of interest to see here  than anywhere ��� else in Canada,  and yet half-. the , province has  notyetb:en explored. Even Vancouver is largely a terra incog-  nita^A^fewsur-veycrs^prospeet-  ors, land hunters and others are  now pushing" their way into the  more remote regions,?1 but we  take little interest in their stories.  We are so used to ..hearing of  wonders beyond and of undiscovered lands;; that \ye do not  care any more,? .'.' &"%$'����� $$''%'���  Zbysko, the Polish wrestler, is  after Gotch for a match, but  Gotch has turned him down and  has, announced his permanent  retirement from the game. During his .career as a wrestler  Gotch won no less than- 331  matches.  ers in the Coldwater hotel Saturday night. And it was easily  apparent that this enthusiasm  would not wane during the winter months for the men who like  to throw the stones along the ice  were full of anticipation and hope  of what1 the season held for  them. It was decided to construct a rink and towards this  end a strong committee was organized to take the list around  and secure the necessary financial  support. The first few days'  canvass has been productive of  most gratifying results for close  onto $400 has already been  assured. And just as soon as  possible arrangements will be  made to build the rink and then  when the season opens there will  be no delay.  '. Haw ley and Post, the aeronauts with the racing^ balloon  America 11, for whom diligent  search has been made through  the'wilds of northern Ontario,'  landed safely in Chicoutimi  county, Quebec. They made a  world'' record for the longest  sustained flight.  ASHCROFT  For the first time in its history  the Hamilton Herald race of nineteen miles. 168 yards was won  two years in succession by the  same man. Jimmie George, the  Indian from Beaverton, who won  the Ward marathon at Toronto  this fall, was the victor, his time  being l^hour, 50 mins, 52 sees:,  i.. little*' behind' ��� the record' of  1.48.43, established in 1904 by  Sammy Meller, of Yonkers.   - -<������  ^JBattlingNelson was lucky to  get a draw with LaGrove at  San Francisco. The Dane did  not show that he had come back  very.,much.     .      >     '-    --.  Improvements are being effected in Cottonwood canyon that will  largely improve navigation. The  federal government has set aside  $7000 for the purpose.  Henry Johnston ��� was ��� arrested  at 150 Mile House on a charge of  steling $600 from a teamster,  Jim Johnston. The "money was  found in the toes of his boots.  There has been considerable  snow up through the Barkerville  district.  Hilaire Melour, an old Cariboo  miner, died at the provincial  home in Kamloops at the mature  age of 73 years.  Charles Millar of .the B. C.  Express Co. was here on a trip  of inspection.  " Ashcroft has a dancing club  and its first dance was an unqualified success.  You can hardly anticipate the wonderfully .improved appearance that follows a coat of paint  for the house or store. "   ��� *>  Sherwin   Williams   Paiiits  and Varnishes  are acknowledged to be the best and you can  can do your own paintimg during leisure Tiours.  Full line of ready mixed paints always in stock.  Call and get a specimen card.  G. B. Armstrong,  fteKKITT,  t~' B. C.  Star Res  Norman Pike, captain of the  Whitworlh college football team  at Tacoma, was almost fatally  hurt in a game last Saturday and  the college authorities may hereafter prohibit rugby as a result.  Jack Johnson says *-hat he  wants' no more of the motor car  racing. At last he has shown  his^yellQ-W^streak.,^--  ���  When a man wants a good  SHAVE  he has to patronize a g< od shop.  And   that's one  reason  why he should  come here.  All   classes  of   tonsorial    work   satisfactorily executed.  \Vr-ErJohnston  Merritt's New Eating-'Htluse  Everything Clean and Wefil Kept. ���  Meals at all hours. Tickets of 21 meals $6. Single meals 50c.*"'  Si-v < .''"' ���*-.''--'  Nothing tastes better than a homemade meal and that is'_-  what you get here.    All cooking by ��� lady,, cooks.   ��� >1 ^nt\  North End of old Leonard Building,       n' ~;Tl-  Voght Street Merritt, BJ;Cf''  '-r.i:  ���~'j  ...'_ j  ~..��_  '*?v-\  Ml  ���.-S'.i  J'.V  . f :_���_  Metropolitan  MEAT MARKET :  NICOLA* .C. -.<  The ".hoicest of Beef, Mutton, etc., always on hand-  Fresh Fish, Eggs and Vegetables. u .,s-  "f:,.  T. HESLOP, Prop.  -if if-i  7-63  soq  The contention that Deadman's  Island is a part of Stanley Park  during; low \ tide has-been-defeated by the high "court and the  city of Vancover will, carry an  appeal to the privy council.        *  ,.,. Cameron Smith, the young  Bowe'ii Island rancher, won the  Gold Seal race at Vancouver and  hung up a new provincial record,  gqingfche 11 1-5.miles in l.hour,  ^fminutesrand 3 seconds. He  beat the classiest field that ever  started in a race at Vancouver.  J   THE; CURLERS ORGANIZE  There was all kinds of enthusiasm at the meeting of the curl-  Voght St. MERRITT, B.C.  Brown's Old Stand.  National  apple SHOW  MOUNTAIN HOTEL  NORTH BEND  *   i *"  Headquarters of the  rai'road boys on the Thompson and  Cascade divisions of the C. P. R.  J7 W,e have a good' lunclT counter as "well as dining room and  our service always pleases.    Our rooms are warm and  '     . .*   _.?        r1     |^f ^comfortable.  i_K *  JOHN ABRAY        - v Proprietor  j>      "Wo are living.in an age of electricity."���Edison  M!MfOraOoo#Have an Electric  ������'VI _ ,,*'_!��,        J%, '.,w    ��       m #   ���   ���   ��� rf^ ���   ���  ^Lighting System  You Shonld Have Your House or  Office Wired at Once.  ��� '<.������_������       Tho cheapest time to wire ia when you ure buildinK.   Wirinjr mid  !n��taUinK fixtures a  Hpccialty.   All clauses  of electrical jobbinnr.  'J ; Electrical supplies:'bf all kinds. , -.$   t ,;. ���     ���i.;  A; B KENNEDY  Electrical-Ckmtractoiv-fe ^'^������^^y^iAi-:,-^ Merritt, B. C.  OCT. 31   TO   HORSE SHOW BLDG.  VANCOUVER, B. 0.  Special rates have been  arranged on all C. P. R.  trains and extra accommodation will be provided.  For rates and other information  apply to  G. M. THOM  Agent - Merritt, B. C.  Or write to  C. B. FOSTER  A. G. P. A.       Vancouver, 5.C.  The B. and B.  Automobile Co.  SHOW ROOMS  New Masonic Temple Bldg.  Cor.  Georgia and Seymour Sts.  Vancouver, B. C.  P. O. Box 367.  The The The  REO FORD        WHITE  Ha'rri'esS" a'rtdS  7ltih  Harness, Robes, .Blankets, jr ,n{  Trunks,' Valisesj J etc. always' -17'.  in stock.'-  ���   "'   "J" "' '";,*"''  :  Poultry and Stock Foods. 'il }  Best of satisfaction in-all-' '--^  departments. ., prices -. are * __;  right.-        ���     ..... :^i   ���j  Agent for Meridelsolm and ...  Heintzman Pianos. t/' .  N. J. BARWICK     ,      i  Nicola ___^ ���_������  M_>i-_-ltt  "Three Removes are as  Bad as a Fire"  But that is whM you have, to  pu up with when you are living  in a rented hous\  Let us build fo_ y��u and own  your own home.  We give the best of satisfaction  It matters not whether it is  in large contract work or small.  JACK SCREWS FOR RENT.  WHIPPLE & FLEMING  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  MERRITT, B. C.  Hotel;  Quilchena, B.C.  One of the finest h.'>tM> in the tippet  coi.niiy. I'^ri'IIoii' ' i'i'i'i 11 ��'i..iti<��ii' ti.i  travellers and touri_<ts. "* Plot and cold  water baths.    Beht of \\ ine.i and liquor_>  Terms ?2.00 a day and'upwards.  Jos. Guichon  Proprietor ���/  Find the Finder  If you found a purse your first,,,  impulse would be to look In the  " Lost and Found " .columns of <>  our paper. ��� ,.      ,  If you have "loaf a'pOrse don't'  you think the flndor.wpUjid do the .  same.  If you wish to find the finder  our Classified Want Ads.    ���, ,  ' 04  C��pym'klf4 lMl;0  w  Ki*C��rtj 4=  THE NICOliA VALLEY NEWS  ' Friday, November 4,  1910  THE NICOLA VALLEY NE\VS  PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY  Subscription $2.00 a year  in  advance.  Six months SI. 00  EDITOR - - - S. N. DANCEY  One dollar per inch per month fur rexulit :id-  vertiainx'. Land and water notices $7.50 for >:i>  days.   $6.00 for 30 days. >  Classified   advertising  10 words for   2S   cent-  extra words 2 cents-  Special rates   furnished  for i._r>r<- wmir-m-i -��l  vertisinK.  Address  :     THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  P.O. Box 20 Merritt. B.C  Phone 25.  RALPH SMITH'S VISIT  Merritt has every reason t<>  feel satisfied with I.hi.' visit, ol  Ralph Smith. . NTominrt'U ��� h<  leader of the Liberal fores in  the province and a man who has  the ear of the government and  who has always exercised u wi.le  influence at Ottawa his Hssur-  ances are "worths o' more tha'  ordinary notice.  For fourteen years Mr. Smith  has been m politics in British  Columbia and it redounds to his  credit; that in thin -imr- Le h ;���  never' suffered defern but has  continuously held the confidence  and good will of his constituents.  And now, he has assumed the  office.of Liberal organizer for  British Columbia and in that  capacity he is carrying much  weight.  That Merritt requires a federal  building cannot be denied and it  is pleasing to know that the  agent of the Ottawa government  can appreciate the situation and  is willing to lend his ability and  effort in securing this institution  for! the town... The time has  come when the'volume of business associated, vvith the local  postoffice has grown to such an  extent that a. ��� separate building  is necessary. --".''  Then, too, we should have a  customs house because after all  it is unfair to ask the local public to submit to the inconvenionce  and worry o��-t transacting their  business in Kamloops or in any  other "centre. Merritt is growing  and growing fast and commercially and industrially it is  destined to become one of the  most important centers in the interior of British Columbia.  The matter of an armoury is not  so important.but it is essential  that a/i armoury should be built  in this vicinity before many  months. It would serve to stimulate an interest in matters military and would be a splendid aid  "to-tfife-'local,- squadron "of-the"  British Columbia Horse.  Mr. j Smithy struck the right  note when hie said that an improvement was necessary in the  government telephone service in  this district. ;* It is true that we  have the advantage of a local exchange in Merritt but the hours  of service are; so brief and the  system is jacking in so many  other facilities that it is working  a hardship, on the general public.  Taken all in all in all it is a  good thing: that Mr. Smith came  to jlerritt for we are the better  acquainted for his coming. And  incidentally Merritt will have another new friend at Ottawa, one  witji' power and influence, and  the. natural sequence is that we  willprofit through his presence  there much more largely than  we Have through the past.  i0 1THAT BYE ELECTION  ^li^will^be in the throes of a  bye-ele'ct^p before many days  have paiilSd. The convention to  nominate a candidate to contesjt  the riding in the interests of the  government has. been called for  Spences Bridge on November 11.  Whether or not there will be a  contest is a matter of speculation.  The Reading Liberals are opposed  to the idea of a fight because  theyj feel that there would be  nothing to gain. Ralph Smith,  the recently appointed organizer  of the Liberal party, has been  up and down through the riding  but he has yet to announce hiss  finding.  It matters not whether the  Liberals contest the riding or not  it is generally conceded that the  government candidate will win.  The problem before the.Conservative party is to select the man  who can   avry the riding.  The Conservatives of Nicola  valley are of the opinion that  they should furnish the candidate  to represent the government and  a laudable ambition it is. But  ihey must move cautiously. The  mainline has thirty delegates to  Nicola valley's nineteen and  what t e local Conservatives  should do would be to send a  man to the convention who can  carry sufficient support, on the  mainline to win the nomination.  It is not the man who may be  the choice of some of the older  local Conservatives but it should  be the man who can carry the  convention. It is a serious proh-  1 m to solve, but we feel confident that the local leaders of the  party as well as the members are  fully capable of finding the  proper solution.  THE FARMERS' OPPORTUNITY  The farmers of Nicola valley  in common with the farmers  throughout the province have an  opportunity that r they should  prize and improve. There is not  one foot of land- in this district  that will not grow hay and in  spite of this fact there are  thousands of acres lying idle.  The significance of this is  found in the announcement that  five hundred tons of hay are being imported from old Quebec for  use in the lumber camps of  British Columbia. There is no  reason why British Columbia  should not grow enough, hay to  supply its own market as well as  the markets of '.the east.- We  have the soil and climate and we  have every-other facility.  The price of hay will be unusually high this year. At present it is in the neighborhood of  $30 per ton and -is still soaring.  If farmers in Quebec can grow  hay and pay the transportation  charges across a continent and  then sell with a profit it must  surely follow that the farmers of  this province are . seriously neglecting a golden opportunity.  The little town of Hope is attracting a lot of attention these  days and rightly so. For years  the life of the commity has  been confined to a few scattered homes and occasional business house   but    the   order   of  things is undergoing a rapid  change. New business interests  are seeking out the town and  new citizens are claiming it as  their home. The one hotel, a  a fine big hostelry that it is, well  conducted and well patronized,  will soon have.a competitor but  it all furnishes evidence of  growth and expansion. The  country around Hope is unusually  rich and will gome day, in the  not far distant future, be given  over to wonderful productiveness  thus enhancing the business interests of the town itself. It  is true that the gold find in  S teamboat mountain has occas-  sioned lots of excitmeht but we  feel confident, that when conditions have reached their normal  level that Hope will be the centre  of an active mining district. Its  mininig and agricultural resources cannot be ignored and sooner  or later will place the pretty  little town in its proper position,  that, of a prosperous and  enterprising centre from which  will radiate railroads and other  [carrier agencies and from which  will go out hundreds of tons of  ores every year as well as a large  supply of farm produce and other  products that come from the soil  and factory.  of the neighboring republic. That  they will be adopted is a foregone conclusion for evolutionary  development demands them as a  necessity.  The adoption of the aeroplane  for military service marks an  important epoch in the progress  of the age. Of course Germany  has been using them for some  time, and with success, too, but  the very fact that the United  States has found them essential  raises a very interesting point.  It was not very many years  ago that the balloon, as it was  then known, was regai'ded more  as an experiment. In fact it is  still in its experimental stages.  We have gone from the balloon  to the airship, then to the aeroplane and now we have many and  varied types of air navigating  machines, not forgetting the biplanes, monoplanes ond others.  Whether or not the airship will  become a permanent and effective force in modern warfare is a  speculation and time alone will  tell. But the very best authorities tell us that they will be used  to great advantage in the next  war, should one occur. The  development in the method of  air navigation confirms th~ contention of these scientists for  even now we have airships  operating on a commercial basis  and carrying passengers through  the air from one point .to another:;  -���..���.���Whatever, the ultimate result  is it is assured that the airship  will be given a fair trial in military service and if it proves the  success that its friends claim-for  it the whole system of modern  warfare promises to be revolutionized.  THE APPLE SHOW  The apple has been king in  Vancouver this week and justly  so. That British Columbia could  gather together so formidable a  display as it has, should serve to  remove any skepticism as to the  fruit possibilities of this province.  Over one million specimens are  on exhibition and they represent  no less than 194 varieties. There  are 3,424 exhibits and the number of exhibitors is 287.   -  We could not do better than  quote the words of Maxwell  Smith, the man who is largely  responsible for the show, when  he said that it was "the greatest  apple show in the greatest city in  the greatest Dominion of the  greatest empire in the history of  the world."  The show is undoubtedly the  best of its kind ever given 1��o  the world. It represented an  immense amount of labor for it  brought exhibits from all parts  of the iand. British Columbia  fruit won the distinction and in  so doing won for the industry in  this provihce ���;gr^ter:-recognition  As we have contended time and  again BritishColumbia is destined  to \ become. |he orchid of the  nation : and iV w;e are confident  that in the development of  the industry! Nicola valley will  have an important part and this  district, -endowed so bountifully  as it is by nature, wilj be one of  the most important producers.  Fifty cars of hay of one hundred tons each are bieng brought  from old Quebec for service in  the lumber camps of British Columbia. ?-.  " Vessels .Large May  Venture More, but  Little Ships Must Stay  Near Shore."  The Uri�� dlipUr ada. ��r. good  for (ha .tartfa buainaaa and *h.  ClaaalAad Wan* Ada. ara proportionately tfoodfor tbeamall ��rm.  In fact'many largo Arm. became  tuch to*- the dllitfent use of the  Glaaaifled Celunns. There example la (food-atart now.  i..f'_|.*. �����*  ��. n  w   Beet..     -.-,  nnnraaaB  ' '  Water Notice;  '   Notice   is  hereby ;g{ven   that anap- ���  plication will be made under Part V.'of '  the t'iWater Act.,   1909,'.   to   obtain, a  license  in  the  Kamloops  Division   of  Yale District.  a. The name, address and occupation  of the applicant is Frank Maitlahd  Kilner, rancher, Quilchena, B. C..  b. The name of the lake, stream or  source [if unnamed, the description is]  a creek running into the east end of  Fish Lake (Lauder's Fish Lake.  c. The point of diversion is about  10 chains from the point where the  creek enters the said lake.  d. The quantity, of water applied for  [in cubic feet per second.] is three  cubic feet per second.  e. The character of the proposed  works. Ditch running on my preemption.  f. The premises on which the water  is to be used [describe some. ] My preemption on the northwest side of Fish  Lake. ���  g. The purposes for which the water  is to be used.    Irrigation.  h. If for irrigation describe the land  iutended to be irrigated, giving acreage. From a stake locating my preemption commencing at the east end of  the lake, thence 80 chains south along  the shore of the lake, thence 20 chains  west, thence 80 chains north, thence  20 chains east to point of commencement.  j.    Area  of  Crown   land intended to  be  occupied by  the  proposed  works. .  None. ��� ; '..  k. This notice was posted on the 3rd  day of November, 191-, and application  will be made to the Commissioner on  the 3rd day of December, 1910. - -  1. Give the names and addresses of  any riparian, proprietors or- licensees  who or whose lands are ' likely to be  affected by the proposed works, either  above or below the outlet. None.  F. M. KILNER.- ���  _ "    Quilchena, B. C.  ARMY AEROPLANES  Aeroplanes have been recommended for service in the army  NICOLA VALLEY INVESTMENT & LAND  CO., LIMITED  Offices Corner Quilchena and Voght Streets.  Farm Lands and Town  MERRITT HOMESITES  AND BUSINESS PROPERTY  The future of Merritt as a Commercial, Industrial and  Mining centre is now assured  The Kettle Valley Railway will be Built  at an Early Date  Acre and half acre blocks at Merritt at today's prices  will prove profitable buying. Only a limited number  to sell.    Prices ancl full particulars from:  The   Diamond Vale  Supply Co., Ltd.  ���il  Terms to suit all  purses  Merritt, B��� C.  J. P.  Manager.  Act now���profit  accordingly I  Friday, November 4; 1910  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  11'  PL  fa.  I  1  'Gemmill & Rankine Have It"  The Eaton Hurlburt Company are the acknowledged leaders  in the manufacture of exquisite stationery. We have to  hand a splendid showing1 of their productions also of the  best Canadian makers.  In tablets, papetries, and envelopes bur showing is not to be  surpassed in  the  valley.    Also a full line of the delicious  Everybody's Bitter Sweet and  Majestic  Chocolates.    Try  them.    You'll like them.  Gemmill & Rankine  Druggists.  Agent for Mason & Risch Piano.  Merritt, b. c.  LOCAL AND DISTRICT  Mrs. R. Winny  at her home near  is seriously  Nicola.  ill  Dr. D. Macphail went down  to Vancouver Monday morning  to attend the apple show.  Mrs. G. E. Hygh came up  from Nanaimo Tuesday night  and spent a few days with  friends.  .  Miss Isabel Ross left on Wed-  nesday morning for Vancouver  and other coast points to visit  with friends.  Chas. B. Foster, for sometime  asssistant general passenger  agent of the C. P. R., goes tc  Winnipeg in charge of the western passenger service. Mr. Foster is one of the most popular  and capable officials in the service and his promotion is well  timed.  St. Michael's ehureh.'Merritt;.  Sunday, November 6: 10 a.' ,m.  Sunday School, 11 - a..:m..,. Morning Prayer, 7.30 p. m. Evening  Prayer. Menzies' hall.  A meeting of the Girls' Guild  of St. Michael's church will be  held at the residence of Mrs.  Lidstone, Granite Avenue, ou  Saturday afternoon, November  12th .at 2.30 o'clock, Mrs., Lid-  stone is president of the guild  and Miss Beattie is secretary-  treasurer.    .-���,-'  Mrs. Pomfray is able to lsave  Kamloops hospital having pretty  well recovered from the effects  of her illness. She will visit  with friends in Kamloops before  returning home.  A PROGRESSIVE COMPANY  Plans are complete for a turkey  shoot at Coutlee early next  month. The birds have already  been purchased.  A number from the valley took  advantage of the cheap rates to  Vancouver and went down to attend the apple show.  Constable Walter Clark went  down to New Westminster with  a prisoner last Saturday. He returned Monday night.  Jack* Thynne has secured a  contract for supplying haj\\and  grain to the Columbia Coal and  Coke Co. at Granite Creek.  Mrs. M. L. Grimmett with her  two children went down to Vancouver last Saturday to visit  with relatives and friends.  Alexander Lucas, of, Agassiz,  was in the-valley for a, couple ..of  days this week. Mr. Lucas is one  of the prospective candidates  for Yale riding in the ensuing  bye-election. He is well-known to  many of the old timers locally and  made many new friends , during  his stay.  There is method in man's madness and that is the reason "so  many men get mad when they  cannot get a good cigar. The  Seal of B. C. or Daily Service, always makes a man feel good and  better than all these .cigars are  home production.' Ask for them  wherever you go.   "  Gen. Otis and Mr. Chandler of  the Los Angeles. Times were  arrested and charged with criminal libel. They will come up  for trial on Nov. 11. The charge  is in connection with the publication of statements affecting the  unions.  I. Eastwood has been down at  Harrison Hot Springs for several  days and has gone on to the coast.  Eric Munro son of Mr. and Mrs  William Munro, Nicola, has  joined the mechanical staff of the  Nicola Valley News.  Mrs. N. J. Barwick went down  to Vancouver Wednesday morning on a business trip. She was  accompanied by her two children.  Dr. C. S. Williams has called a  meeting for his Middlesboro office  on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock  to dicuss the matter - of organizing an ambulance corps.  Thanksgiving passed off quietly. '. Many attended the turkey  shoots at Lower Nicola and in  some instances competitor? .carried off good sized bags of game.  Frank Ward, .manger ,.of the  Douglas Lake Cattle Co.,risaway  on a three weeks' vacation. He  is accompanied.by- Mrs. Ward  and they .will visit coast points  as well as friends in Alberta and  Manitoba. During Mr. Ward's  absence the" Douglas lake properties are again in charge of J. B.  Greaves. ' 'It feels fine to be in  harness again, '.' laughingly remarked the genial former proprietor and manager and the employees of the company are glad  to have him back for. a time.  ���The ladies of the Methodist  church will give a chicken dinner  in Menzies' hall'on- the..evening  of November 17. A strong committee has been organized and no  stone will be left unturned to provide an evening of solid enjoyment.  Two hundred head of cattle  were "brought down from the  McCulloch ranch .in the Aspen  -Grove- district -yesterday and  taken to Coutlee. Jack Murray  was in charge of the drove.  Mrs. A. E. Howse with Mrs.  Meickle, of Nicola, were registered at the St. Francis hotel in  Vancouver for several days this  week. They went down last  Saturday morning.  Mr. and Mrs. George Thorn will  leave in a few days for the east  on a visit to Mr. Thorn's old  home near Meaford, Ont. During his absence Mr. Comer is  acting as station agent.  The Canadian Northern railway's annual pamphlet just issued contains enough material of  a kind to inspire the belief that  the future of the C. N. R. will  not be unlike.that of the.C. P. R.  when that road was in a corresponding state of development. In  eight years $93,442,859"was" expended on the road and equipment; $130,491,391 was the increase in the total assets in the  same period. The net earnings  now are $4,344,390 compared  with $860, 285 in 1903. The  gross earnings increased over  last year 30.7 per cent., the net  increase being 21.82 per cent.  Jack Murray of Mammet Lake  was .down in the- valley for a'  couple of days this week and visited Merritt agmonst other places.  Potatoes will be pretty scarce  commodity this winter and prices  "promise to soar. Some of the  local farmers have a pretty good  supply on hand but they are  holding them until well into the  winter. Harold H. Matthews  shippid a car to Calagry the other  day. Tne. ruling price seems to  be about $23 per ton in carload  lots.       _^ .  Coal Hill Syndicate Continues to Grow  and Will Soon Have Plant.  If there . is one coal mining  company in the yalley that is  making good substantial progress it is the Coal Hill Syndicate. Under the able management of Joseph Graham the property is being developed most  satisfactorily and the installation  of a plant is only a matter of a  few weeks. ���  A staff of fifteen men is employed continuously and the  company is shipping at least one  car of coal every day. But not  until the plant is installed will  the mine assume its proper place  on the shipping list. The problem of transportation has been  solved and the company is planning to operate on an extensive  scab.  Buildings are now in course of  erection that will house the men  and they include a commodious  boarding house that will furnish  accommodation for at least forty  men. But the matter of accommodation can be readily  adjusted just as soon as the spur  from the Kettle Valley railway is  built and better transportation  facilities provided.  . The personnel of the company  includes some of the most progressive men in the city of Vancouver and with a man of such  .splendid ability and force as Mr.  Graham at the helm "the Coal  Hill Syndicate is destined to become an important factor in the  coal industry of the province.  The product of the mines is regarded as" being amongst the  best in British Columbia and with'  the necessary facilities the march  of progress will continue. In  Andrew Brydon, superintendent  of the mines, Mr. Graham has a  most able assistant and together  they make an unusually strong  team.  Established  1817. Head Office:    Montreal  REST $12,000,000  President and General Manager.  Branches.in::all'.'.the.principal cities and towns in Canada,  PAID UP CAPITAL $14,400,000.  Sir lidwurtl Cloustou, Bart,.  also in London, Eng.-, New'. York, Chicago and Spokane.  Savings Bank Department  (Interest allowed at current rates.) -  BRANCHES IN NIGOLA VALLEY  NICOLA:  A. W.  STRICKLAND, imager.  MERRITT:  S. L SMITH,  Acting Sub-Agent  mmMm��mMim^ma^sm^'!m^mm?mRymm'imssm^  CALL  AT   ONCE AND SEE OUR LARGE  ASSORTED  NEW STOCK  WATCHMAKER  AND   JEWELER  aMMw_8__aaai__^^  6:  m.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  Services for Sunday,' Nov  Merritt 3p. m., Nicola.7:30 p.  Rev. Mr. Murray, the pioneer  Presbyterian minister of Nicola,  will conduct both services.  Rev. J. W. Kidd.  SHORT ROAD TO KAMLOOPS  The members of the, Ladies'  Guild of St. Michael's church  met at Coutlee on Wednesday  afternoon when several interesting matters were discussed. The  ladies propose to organize another .enterprise in the near  future.' -      !  Mrs. Forster went down to  Vancouver the other day arid returned with her mother who will  stay with; her in Nicola until Mr.  Forster returns from his trip to  the old country. Mr. Forster will  leave in a few-days.  Amongst the visitors in the  valley were Mr. and Mrs.;John  Clapperton who came up  from Victoria ty attend the sick  bed of Mrs. Clappertoh's neice,  Mrs. R. H. Winny. --Mr. Clapperton was one of the pioneers  of Nicola yalley!\and".he''j1f.''was  who constructed the > little log  building in Nicola.that-'was,later  used as the first5 postoffice in  valley. ; ''Wonderful are" the  changes," remarked the well  known pioneer as he looked over  Merritt. / ''lam justly, proud of  the to_wn and I believe^ that it  will become one of "the greatest  centres in the upper country."!  Mrs. Clapperton was equally, as  enthusiastic. The . many , warm  friends of this venerable old  couple were glad to have them  back in their midst. Mr. and  Mr_3. Clapperton now live on the  Colquitt road outside of Victoria.  James Bamfield and Mrs. Bamfield were down from Mammette  Lake yesterday, going back this  morning. Mr. Bamfield says  that the road through to Fish  Lake is completed as far as  Beaton's meadows. It is proposed to carry it through from  that point to a point five miles  from" Fish Lake along the ��� main  r'oad to Kamloops. This will  make the distance from MJerritt  to Kamloops via Mammette Lake  about fifty miles. From Beaton's  meadows to Fish Lake there is  already a good wsigon i*oad thus  giving the people, of Nicola, valley access to a popular summer  resort and fishing ground.  r    v FOR SALE  New three room house with  half acre of land. Can be had  at a pretty reasonable figuro and  terms can be arranged. Apply  to Box M, Nicola Valley News  office. !..,  LOCAL REPRESENTATION  .The argument is advanced on  behalf of Prince Edward Island  that-it was  always  understood  that that  Province  entered the  union* on an agreement, such as  British 'Columbia had,   that its  representation should  never  be  less than six.    There is no such  understanding embodied in  the  constitutional  legislation  in  regard  to Prince Edward Island.  The entrance of British Columbia  into the Dominion  was  brought  about urder   circumstances entirely different from those which  had to do with the other   Provinces. The fathers ofConfeder-  ation_had_many_difficuLties_to_  content with, and   none greater  than in regard to the then Crown  Colony of BritishColumbia. Without going into the  history of the  mstter, it is to be noted that the  granting to British   Columbia of  sxi members    in  the   Dominiou  Honse was an arrangmant which  the growth of the   Province was  expected to dispose of,   as it has  disposed of it.    British Columdia  came to be entitled to more than  six members, on the basis of   its  population, and stands  now   on  precisely' the   same   footing as  any   other   province.���Manitoba  Free Press.  THE FINEST HOSTELRY IN THE UPPER  00UHTRY--JUST OPENED.  LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED WITH BEST  CUISINE AND ACCOMMODATION.  FINEST BRANDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS  Wm. MgIntyre, prop.  MERRITT, B.C.  i ���  s___n jj  You  Need  a   Winter   Suit  It is a question that confronts every man   just  about  now.  I have a complete line of the best old country   cloths   and  give  the best of satisfaction   in   both  workmanship   and . quality "of ..������  goods.        Prices are reasonable and will fit the smallest"' purse. '*  .t  r  Just opening up in the Old Nash Building, Quill-era:  Two doors west of the new Coldwater Hotel.  A\e.  CLEANING AND PRESSING A SPECIALTY -'  /-.;.= *:-���.���.������  GIVE E     A TRIAL AND     "r.   ILL PAY YOILViv  C. STEPHENSON, Merchant Tailor  MERRITT, B. C. '  J -����..���*  RIAL PARLORS  LYTTON TO THE FORE  Lytton is fast becoming the  home of the pi'ize winning dogs  of the province. One of the most  enthusiastic fanciers is Constable  Gerald Fitzerald and more than  one trophy has he carried away  from some of the biggest shows.  At the dog show in Van couver this  week Mr. Fitzgeral won first in  the "smooth young puppy dog"  class withhis terrier, "Dandy"'  Msss. L. Blatchford's "Lady  "Mab also of Lytton took first  money in the smooth young puppy bitches class and Archdeacon  Pugh won second with his *' 'Rattler' ' and second in the limit class  .,  _iV-.       ��..v*__.^ ... -.  :\ w,ith the sanie dog..  |���|  Anti-septic Shop  We have opened out one  of the  best barber shops in Merritt and  we solicit your patronage.  Complete Service  in all Departments.  Complete New Outfit and Furnishings.  cv_i ih��i��u_i',xuhi* we  j_r_i  BROWN & DURHAM  PROPRIETORS  Nicola Valley  Wholesale Liquor  Store  will open for business in the Morgan building  on Quilchena Ave., on November 1st. The  choicest of wines, liquors and cigars will be  .carried in stock. Families supplied and all  orders filled promptly.  JOSEPH FOOD  Proprietor.  It 6  _.._.  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, Noveiriber 4,  1910  Good comfortable rooms and excellent dining service.   Rates  are reasonable.   Just give us a call.    Representative meets  all trains.  McGillivary & Veasey, Proprietors.  Ashcroft, B. C.  We are prepared to fill! with the utmost despatch all  orders coming from outside points.  The Christinas season is drawing close���make your  . purchases early���by so doing you render ns-every  aid in handling our Christmas rush.  Write' us at once for all particulars re Christmas  gifts.  Henry Burks & Sons, Limited  Jewelery Mail Order House  Geo. E. Trorey. Man. Dir. Vancouver, B. C  Spend  your summer vacation at  SAVONAS  along the shores of Kamloops Lake.    Splendid fishing and hunting.  Pleasure spot for  sportsmen ���  Lakeview Hotel  Provides  for your every want while you are enjoying the' beauty  ,.of this popular resort.  Adam   FergUSOn, Proprietor  Nicola Valley  Dealers in Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork and  Sausage, Poultry, Ham and Bacon. Fresh Fish always on  hand. Orders receive prompt attention. Cattle bought  and sold by the carload.  I. Eastwood  Manager  Mm  J. ^  J,��*"fc _=_=_______ B^mi��k:fc__f__vl  riu  (Formerly The Driard)  Leading hostelry of the town.    A popular resort for the  summer months and comfortable home for the winter.  Best of accommodation and service in all  departments.  S. KIRBY, Prop.  NICOLA, B. C.  Use Cream in Your Coffee  It Gives a Delicious Flavor  CREAM SUPPLIED EVERY DAY.  BEST .QUALITY OF MILK DELIVERED.  ; WAGONS PROMPT IN MAKING CALLS.  THE MERRITT DAIRY  JOHN BLACKWELL, Prop.  tinting  No matter what you may re  quire we can do it-do it well.  4$?The Nicola Valley News  Prepare for Xmas  IRRIGATED LAND FOR SETTLERS  _-   Government of the State of Victoria  Offers   Enticing  Inducements  to  Farmers to Go to Australia.  A delegation was recently sent  by the government of Victoria to  make a tour of the British Isles,  Europe and the United States in  the persons of Hon. Hugh McKenzie: M. L. A., of Victoria and  minister of lands, and Dr. El-  wood Mead, chairman of the  state rivers and water supply  commission.  The tour   of  half   the world  which has just been concluded,  by these two gentlemen in the  interests of and to exnloit the  irrigation works of the Victorian  government, has been most successful.     Included in   the purposes of the tour was a general  idea that the two members of the  delegation   should,    so   far   as  possible induce immigration, and  far that purpose the Victorian  government     holds    out    very  strong inducements.    It is the  great desire of the officials to  get the lands more closelyjsettled.  For the general welfare of the  country   $16,000,000   has    been  spent in irrigation works alone.  The idea of passing through th"  United States was to get hold of  a hundred farmers who had been  working on  irrigated  land and  who were fully cognizant of that  description of agriculture.     Information which has reached the  delegation  since its arrival   in  Vancouver  goes   to  show that  success has also been met with  along this line.    With the intention of furnishing information  and  getting   settlers,   agencies  have been established in Denver,  Los   Angeles,    San   Francisco,  Portland and Seattle. The whole  tour took up  a full six months  and carried the delegates as far  as the Cavour canal in Italy.   So  far as  the   latter   country was  concerned, however,   not   much  assistance or encouragement was  given by the government.  The Australian land which is  offered to the settlers is very  similar to that in Canada and  grows very much the same class  of crops, including fruits and alfalfa, of which the settlers get  about five crops a year. When  offered for sale it is already  developed and is divided into  tracts of ten to two hundred  acres. The purchaser is given  thirty-one and one-half years in  which to pay for it. The government will also build a house for  him, to pay for which he has fifteen years. Passage money for  =himself=and=family=is-paid-to-the  extent of four-fifths of the full  amount. The land has been  actually grazed or cultivated for  a period of not less than forty  years. The greatest industry  will be dairying, and there are  already many creameries established.  The whole scheme involves  1,500,000 acres, of which 250,-  000 are already under the irrigation system. There is only one  small part of this where cement  pipes have to be used, and this  is at Mildura, which is a fruit  colony. The whole system, with  the exception of this, is watered  by gravitation from the Golburn  river.  It was the intention to get  1,000 people to go to Victoria  before the first of next March,  but since it is only possible to  get one hundred berths, this is  impossible.  Dr. Elwood Merd is chairman  of the state rivers and water  supply commission and is an  American citizen. He has said  that Australia is a country of  about the same size as the United  States, and there are only about  4,000,000 people there as yet.  They are, per capita, by far the  richest people in the world and  the greatest buyers of commodities. The difference between  that country and Canada is that  the seasons do not compete, but  supplement each other. The one  thing lacking between the two  countries: is shipping facilities,  such as those between. Australia  and England.  AUTO LINE TO COAST  The interprovincial road can  be in operation for the sunpmer  traffic of 1912. It would thus  put to shame the snail like Jim  Hill now crawling up the Tulameen valley with the V. V. & E.  on his shoulders, seemingly too  much for him to pack. With  the building of the interprovincial road to the coast an auto  service will be regularly installed  which will reduce the time now  required by the railroad from  three days to one to Vancouver.  May the work of "Good Roads"  Taylor, never slacken is the  prayer of theB Simikameen. ���  Princeton Star.  The federal government of  Australia intends to bring railway employees under commonwealth, control. As the states  still retain the railways themselves this means that the union  will fix the rate of wages while  the states will pay. The federal  government's action is regarded  as a short cut to unification and  the obliteration of the states  which, however, promise to make  strenuous opposition to efface-  ment.  H. PRIEST, Photographer  Studio Opposite Public School '  Films Developed  MERRITT, B.C  DAILY   STAGE  SERVICE  A stage will leave the Merritt  livery stables every morning at  8 o'clock for the end of construction on the Kettle Valley up the  Coldwater. Stage leaves the  other end at the same hour daily.  Baggage and express carried.  ALEX. COUTLEE Prop.  Commercial  Hotel  for a good  square meal.    Best   of  accomodation and comfort  Rate 41.50 per day  ELECTORIAL RIDING OF YALE  TAKE NOTICE  That I will hold a court of revision in the court  house at  ASHCROFT  on Monday,  November 7, 1910  to hear and determine all objections to names  on the voters list for the electoral riding of  Yale. The list of objections is published, elsewhere in this issue.  H. P. CHRISTIE. ,  Registrar of Voters,  Yale Electoral Rldinir.  -   Ashcrof t,/B. C.  Dated thiB 6th day of October, 1910.  1  I have opening up a Lumber Yard on  Voght street just across from the C. P.  R. station, where I will carry a full line of  all classes of building material including  lumber, shingles, line, cement, etc.  Prices Will be Right  Quality of the Best.  Order Early. All^Orders Quickly rilled  Andrew McGoran  Offices incumber Yard.  Our Bakery is Now Ready  We Are Doing Business Too  Our ovens are working well and we are pleasing  our patrons. Fourteen loaves of Bread for $1. We  are headquarters for anything in the.line of  Bread, Cakes, Buns, Fancy Pastry  General Baking.  Prices Right. Orders will Receive Prompt Attention.  MALONEY & DARRAH  Quilchena Ave. MERRITT, B. C.  Merritt Livery and Peed Stable  Saddle Horses, arid Single and Double Drivers ���  on Shortest Notice.  Good accomodation for horses.    Express meets  all trains.    Buggies for hire.  A. J. COUTLEE, Prop.,  Merritt, B.C.  LIMITED.  Real Estate and Insurance  Okanagan Lands  "Classes of Investments^PlacedT^  All7  Head Offices:  Vernon, B. C.  Lytton's Pppnlar Hotelry  Baillie Hotel  Good  Beds  ��� Meals,   Good Comfortable  and Best Serv'ce.     Rates  .  Reasonable.  Walter G Keeble  Proprietor,  LYTTON, B.C.  Tradei  Mark  TH EN E W    R E M E D Y    F O R  Nervous Exhaustion  Physicians agree that a vigorous  nervous system is essential to the  successful treatment of Consumption. '' Asaya-Neurali/' feeds  the nerves with Lecithin (obtained from eggs), the element required for nerve repair. Its use  maintains' full nerve vigor, restores courage when hope is failing, and thus lends incalculable  aid in throwing off the disease.  $1.50 per bottle/  Local agent.  GEO. M. GEMMILL,  ; Merritt, B. C.  Better Look Now  So many accidents are caused  just because people don't take a  look at the proper moment.  The same is true of insurance.  You hear so many men say that  if they had thought they would  have insured. They leave it too  late.  You owe it to yourself and to  your family to be protected  against loss and a policy in' the  National Assurance Co., ia one  of the best protective agencies  in the world.  STRAIGHT < IFE PAY LIFE  ENDOWMENTS.  NATIONAL ASSURANCE CO.  S. N. DANCEY/Agent    '      '  Merritt, B. C.   ' -Friday, November 4, 1910  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  I  I  I  I  1  m  TAX SALE NOTICE  Sale ot Mineral Claims for Unpaid Taxes, Nicola Assessment District  Province of British Columbia.  I hereby S.ive notice that on Monday, November 7th  A. D. 1910, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon  at the Court Housp  Nicola, I shall offer for sale; by public auction the mineral claims in the list hereinafter set out, of the person?hereinafte'set out  of  which Crown Grants have been issued  for the taxes remaining unpaid and "delinquent by said persons on the lotHav of June fmn  and for costs and expenses of sale, if the total amouut is not sooner paid. y      June' 1JiU>  List Above Mentioned  Name of Person Assessed  Deeks, W. E.  Deeks, W. E.  Portland   Mining Co....  Name of Claim  Philp, G.R..  Murray, Wm.  Murray, Wm.  Murray, Wm.  King Solomon.7..'.'.  Midnight   Covington   Portland   Vicksburg   Quebec    Highland   Trapper   Catamount Fraction  Lacombe   Lot No.  Taxes Di  1010  $38.00  1011  51.00  1123  13.00  1124  11.00  1125  13.00  1126  13.00  1409  11.25  1516  13.00  1524  .50  1515  12.50  $2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  $40.00  53.00  15.00  13.50  15.00  15.00  13.25  15.00  2.50  14.50  Provincial Elections Act  YALE ELECTORAL DISTRICT  Take notice that I have received objections in writing to the retention of the  following names on the Register of Voters for the Yale Electoral District on  the grounds stated below.  And take notice that at a Court of Revision to be held on the 7th day of  November, 1910, at the Court House Ashcroft, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, I  shall hear and determine the said objections, and unless such named persons or  some other Provincial vater on their behalf satisfies me that such objections  are not well founded, I shall strike such names off said Register.  The following persons are reported absent from the District:  No.  Dated at Nicola, B. C, this 5th day of Oct., 1910.  W. N. ROLFE,  Deputy Assessor Nicola Assessment District.  Land Act Land Act  -'���    NiCOla Land District. h* Nicola-KamloopsLand District.  T7- l t-_ ���    ���   ��� /��� t r   i 1 District or Yale. .  IVamlOOpS Division  Of Yale. Takc notice that Edith Bateman Morgan, of the  Tn\ra nr_-_-ir��__> fViof    A/To^_t__ _.__.f A/T   I town of Merritt,  B.C.. occupation married  wo-  4.a,K�� notice tnat   Margaiet IVl. , man. intends to apply for permission to purchase  Grimmett    of      lMlVnlfl        mnrriorl    the following described lands: '.  UJfmuiet.     Ul      -TUCOld.,       marnea       Commencing at a post planted at the Southeast  WOlTian,   intends   applying   tO theicorner of 'said lands,  thence fol.owing the right  NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of  the " ater Act, 1909," to obtain a  licence in the Kamloops Division of  Yale District.  .  (a)    The  name,   address  and occu-  ....    _.    nation of the applicant  Stanley Kirby,  permission   to purchase  the  fol- ! t!��-l?{7a]e District- the�����Southerly 5chains to  Nicola, B. C, Hotel keeper.  ,        .. i .1*11 ,   "    "'���'   ���"-"���'   1 point of commencement,  containing 5 acres more ,, .    '    , ' *��-...  lowing described lands: joricss. "-N   mi- *-* -'���'  PViio-f fnmn.;_t.m��^ ^.f T T. ��� A _. J-*������ ' '>ank of the Nicola river. 30 chains to the North  L-niei .^OmmiSSlOner OI LandS IOr I west corner of Lot 170.   Group  l. Kamloops  Divi  Water Notice  Gorrimencing at a post planted  one mile west of the northwest  corner of Lot 1779, Pike mountain, thence west one mile, thence  south1 one mile, thence east one  mile, thence north one mile.  MARGARET M. GRIMMETT  : -Per Archibald W. McVittie  August 5, 1910     39        Agent  EDITH BATEMAN MORGAN.  J. S. Morgan, Agent.  August 30th, 1910        29-38.  Land Act  Land Act  , Nicola Land District.  Kamloops Division of Yale.  Take notice'  that   Martin   L.  Grihimett of Nicola,  Barrister,  intends applying to the   Chief  Commissioner of Lands for per-  . mission to purchase the following kescribed lands :   Commencing at a post planted  one mile west of the northwest  corner of Lot,1779, Pike mountain, thence east one mile, thence  south'-one mile, thence west one  mile,-thence north one mile.  ?' MARTIN L. GRIMMETT  Per Archibald W. McVittie  August 5, 1910.       39   Agent,  Nicola Land District,  Kamloops Division of Yale.  Take notice that Henry Standly Cleasby of  Coutlee, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the north-east  corner of Lot 537, thence west 60 chains, thence  north 20 chains to Indian Reserve line, thence  easterly along lino of Naik Indian Reserve to  Nicola River, thence southerly along said river to  northwest corner of Lot 534, thence south 2  chains to point of commencement, containing 100  acres more or less.  HENRY STANDLY CLEASBY.  August 5, 1910. 28-37  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale Land District.  District of Nicola.  Take notice that H. W. E. Canavan of Victoria,  B. C, occupation civil engineer,  intends to apply  for permission to purchase tho following.descibeil  lands :  Commencing at'a post planted at the N. W.  Corner Lot 354, thenee North 20 chains, thence  West 20 chains, thence South 40 chains, thence  East 20 chains, thence North 20 chains to point of  beginning, containing 80 acres more or less.  HAROLD W. EBBS CANAVAN.  August 5, 1910. ;\ 29-39.  ,v Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale Land  District���District of Nicola.  Take notice that William  Thompson of Dupuyer, Montana,  U.S.A., occupation rancher, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described  landg:  Commencing at a post planted  at tY\e southeast corner thereof  and about one mile south of Lot  713, .** thence north 40 chains,  thence west 20 chains, thence  south 40 chains, thence east 20  chains to initial post.  ... William Thompson  Peter Marquart, Agent.  September 9, 1910.       31-40  '. Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale Land  District���District of Nicola.  Take notice that Matthew Marquart of South Nicola, occupation  rancher, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted  at the northeast corner thereof,  said post being at the S. W. corner of Lot 714, thence 40 chains  south, thenee 80 chains west,  thence 40 chains north, thence 80  chains east, to initial post.  Matthew Marquart.  Peter Marquart, Agent  September 9, 1910.       31-40  . Land Act  District of Nicola.  Kamloops Division of Yale Land District.  Take  notice that Charles  James  Winney  of  London, England, occupation gentleman, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  . Commencing at a post planted at the Southwest corner of Lot 1900, thence east 80 chains,  thence south 40 chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence north 40 chains.  CHARLES JAMES WINNY'  R. H. Winny, Agent.  August 24, 1910. .28-37  Land Act   .  p  Nicola Land District.  Kamloops Division of Yale.  Take notice that sixty days after  date, I Sarah Winny, occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-  scribed=lands,  (b) The name of the lake, stream or  source (if unnamed, the description is)  small creek to the north of my preemption No. 888.  (c) The point of diversion about  quarter mile above where creek joins  Mill Creek.  (d) The quantity of Water applied  for ]in cubic feet per second] one cubic  foot.  (e) The character of the proposed  work.    Dam and ditch or flume.  [f ] The premises on which the water  is to be used [describe same] my preemption No. 888.  [g] The purposes for which the  water is to be used.    Irrigation.  [h] If for irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage. 60 acres of my pre-emption  on the west side of Mill Creek.       j  [j[ Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by thc proposed works.  None.  [k] This notice was posted on the  25th day of September, 1910, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 26th day of October, 1910.  [1] Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or lieensees  who or whose lands are likely to be  affeeted by the proposed works, either  above or below the outlet.    None.  STANLEY KIRBY  Nicola, B.  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District.  District of Yale.  Take notice that I. Harry Whaley, of Spokane.  Washington, occupation hotel  clerk,  intends to  applyfor permission  to purchase the following  described lands: v.  Commencing at a post planted at the southeast  corner adjoinirg Edward S. Shelton's N.E: comer  oi eyen date.thence north 80 chains.thehce west?0  chains, thence south 80 chains, thencs east 80  chains to place of beginning, claiming 640 acres  of pasture land more or less.  ���      ��� Harry Whalev,  D?ie,fept- 29- **9">- Hugh McGuire, Agent,  oi-'16  Land Notice  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District  District of Yale.  ._,.Ta!_-0 noticc th��t I- J"" Murphy, of. Spokane  Washington, occupation hotel clerk intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: ..  Commencing at n post planted at the southwest  corner adjoining Edward S. Shelton's N.E. corner  of even date, thence north 80 chains, thence east  SO chains, thence south 80 chains, thenco west 80  chains to initial post, place of beginning, claiming 640 acres more or less of pasture land.  r> _   _.       ���,, John Murphy,  Da'e Sept. 29. 1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  41-40.  Commencing at a post planted at the  southeast corner of Lot 1894, and running west 40 chains, thence south 80  chains, thence east 40 chains, thence  north 80 chains to point of commencement.  Sarah Winny.  R. H. i    nny, Agent.  NiVola, Sept. 23, 1910.        33-42  Land Act  Nicola'Land District  District of Yale  Take notice that Robert Frank Morrison of Kelowna, B.C., occupation  Merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:   ;  Commencing at a post planted at the  northwest corner of lot 1154 thence  east forty-three (43) chains and seventy (^0) links to the west boundary of  the'larid appljpd for by Louis Holman,  thence .'north sixty-six (66) chains and  fifty-five (55) links to the north west  corner of Frederic Armstrong's land,  thence west forty-three <43) chains  and (70) links, thence south sixth-six  (66) chains and fifty-five (55) links to  the point of commencement and containing two hundred and ninety (290)  acres more or less.  Robert Frank Morrison  June 13, 1910.  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale Land District.    District of Nicola.  Take notice that Lillian J. Clark, of  Victoria, B. C, occupation artist, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following;aescribed lands:  Commencing at'a post planted at the  N. W. corner of Lot 353; thence South  40 chains; thence West 20 chains;  thence north 40 chains; thence East 20  chains, to initial post, containing 80  acres, more or less.  Lillian J. Clark.  H.'B. Hicks, Agent.  Date September 8th, 1910. 34-43  Land Act Notice.  Nicola Land District.  Kamloops Division of Yale.  Take   notice:  that    Alexander  Strickland of Nicola, occupation bank  manager,  intends  to   apply   for permission to purchase  the  following described lands:  Commencing at apost planted at the  northwest corner of S. Kirby's Preemption No: 888, thence 40 chains north,  thence 40 chains east, thence 40 chains  south, thence 40 chains west to point  of commencement, containing 160 acres  more or less.  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District.  District of Yale.  Take notice that I. William McGuire. of Peters-  -borough. Ontario, occupation farmer, intends to  to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the northeast  corner adjoining the northwest corner of Lot 1758,  thence running west SO chains, thence south  80 chains,:thence east 80 chains to thesouth-  west. corner of Lot 903, thence north 20 chains,  thence west 40 chains to northwest corner of Lot  1758, thence north 40 chains, thence east 40 chains,  thence north 20 chains to initial post, place of  beginning, claiming about 480 acres pasture land  more or less.  _ _.   ��� William McGuire,  D��te Sept. 20,1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  37-*16  Alexander . St rickland.  Stanley Kirby, Agent.  Septrmber 9, 1910.       33-42  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nico'a Land District.  District of Yale.  Take notice that I. Bridgie McGuire. of Peters-  borough. Ontario, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the southwest  corner about 2 miles west of the southwest corner of Lot 903, Ihence running norths 80 chains,  thence east about 20 chuins to the west boundary  of Harriett Magiere McCullough, thence south  about 30 chains to the south west corner of Harriet  Magiere McCulIough's application, thence east 20  chains, thence north about 30 chains, thence east  about 20 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains to initial post, claiming about 580  acres more or less.  Bridgie McGuire,  Date Sept. 26,1910. Hugh McGuire. Agent.  ^37-46: '��� ���  ' ������������;        -7=  Water Notice.  Notice is hereby given that an application will  be made under Part V. of the "Water Act, 1909,"  to obtain a licence in the Kamloops Division of  Yale District.    District of Nicola.  [a] The name, address and occupation of the  applicant Mrs. Jane Christina Poole.  [b] The name of the lake, stream or source [if  unnamed, the description is[ Little Lumbum  Lake, Lumbum Lake, Gravel Lake, 1st Marquart  Lake, nil lakes or swamps east of Gravel Lake.  c. ��� The point of diversion Lumbum Lake  Dam.  d. The quantity of water applied for [in cubic  feet per second] fifteen. .'  e. The character of the proposed works, dam  and ditch or flume.  [f. The premises on which tho water is to be  used���describe same���Hamilton Ranch,  g. Tho purposes for which the water is to be  used, irrigation and domestic.  h. If for irrigntion describe the land intended  to be irrigated; giving acreage, Hamilton Ranch,  about 1200 acres.  j. Area of Crown land intended to be occupied  by tho proposed works, none.  k This notice was posted on the 2fith day of  Sept. 1910, and application will be made to the  Commissioner on the 26th day of October, 1910.  1. Give the names and addresneH of any riparian  proprietors or licensees who or whose lands arr  like y to be affected by tho proposed works, either  ebolor below tho out let, none.  MRS. JANE CHRISTINA POOLEY  Nicola, B. C  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale Land District.    District of Nicola.  Take notice that Harold W. Ebbs  Canavan, of Victoria, B..-C, occupation Civil Engineer, intends to apply  for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  S. W. corner of Lot 354; thence running northerly 40 chains; thence Westerly 20 chains; thence Southerly 40  chains; thence Easterly 20 chains, to  initial post, and containing 80 acres,  more or less.  Harold W. Ebbs Canavan,  Per H. B. Hicks, Agent.  Date September 8th. 1910. 34-43  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District.  District of Yale.  Take notice that I, Laura McDonald, of Merritt,  B.C., occupation married woman, intends to applyfor permission to purchase the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the northwest  corner about 3 miles north and about 1 mile west  of northwest corner of Lot 1775 thence south 80  chains, thence east 80 chains, thence north 80  chains, thence west 80 chains to initial post, place  of beginning, claiming 640 acres pasture land  more or less. Laura A; McDonald,  Date Sept, 30, 1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  37-46  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District. '  District of Yale.  Take notice that I. Clarence Morgan, occupation  timberman, Fernie. B. C��� intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the northeast  corner adjoining tho northwest corner of Lot 910,  thence running west SO chains, thence south 60  chains, thence cast about 20 chains to west boundary line.of Harriet Magiere McCullough, application applied for. thence north about 40 chains to  northwest corner of Harriet Magiere McCullough,  thente east 20 chains, thence south 40 chains,  thence east nbout 20 chains, thence north 40  chains, to northwest corner of land applied for by  Emily McCullough. thence oast 20 chains, thence  north 20 chains to initial post, claiming about 420  acres. Clarrnce Morgan,  Date Sept. 26. 1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  37-46  1  8  10  28  31  47  54  65  90  107  117  196  223  227  229  250  261  263  290  301  303  318  357  358  370  374  382  393-  394  400  426  427  438  439  456  464  473  .481 '  482 *  485  . 494  .���'508  ���. 515  540  556  557  559  571  575  579  595  606  614  616  630  650  670  671  684  687  690.  742  749  763  765  772  819  828  883  884  897  924  929 .  932  939  ��� 968. .  971  975 -  976  :996 . -  997  1001 .  1005, ;'���  1009i_L  .228;  ,284  337  424  483  522  792  870  919  947  NAME  Abley, Henry V.......  Ahearn, Michael Francis...  Anderson, Peter   Applebee, Harry Pendred..  Armstrong, C. N. F.   Bain, James Gibson   Barlow, Louis Ernest..  Bell, William   Brophy, Michael Edward...  Burk, Thomas .............  Cameron, John Angns ..    .  Davidson, Jas. McMaster ..  Dumond, Mark'.'.'. .V   Dunn, Ernest Arthur :  Dunnan, David.   Evans, Isaac...............  Farzer, Grove R. .. ....  Fenn, Richard Playford....  Frisken, William.......   Gaylih, Eric ...............  Glvah, John A_ ............  Gillespie, Hugh.   Halpin; .Edward .'��� ....   Hann,, Edmund   Harris, William   Harvey,' William Smith   Hensen; Thomas   Hilderbrand, Wm. John   Hilton, Ronald   Homan, Miles Leslie   Inches, David   Inglis, Daniel   Jardine, William Douglas ...  Jarvis, .Lewis Wyndham   Kallih; Andrew ".   King,!.George Lewis   '���Knight; William ."....,   Langley; Walter   Langley, Charles   Lawson, Charles Henry   Leham, Albert Edward   ��� loyd, Richaid G- di'iey W. .  Logan, Henry Haslett   Marchant,. Mike   Merten, Gerald Raphael   Metcalf, George   Meyers, John-William   Moncriff, Henry   Moore, Frederick George   Morgan, John Rhys    Murphy, Denis.   MacDonald, Daniel    McCormick, Pius   McCullock, Eneas   McDonald,- Lachlan .-.-...-..-...  McKay. John   McMillan, Frank   McMillan, Hugh.   McRae, Alexander -D   McTaggart, William Ewen D.  Niven j Thomas .. r...:...:..'.  Proteau, Joseph .."... '.'...  Raab, Albert Edward   Reid, James   Rennie,- Charles   Rice, William   Senior, Adam   Shepherd, William   St. John, George   Stone, James Y   ' Tanahill, John Barbour   Thomson, Walter Halton   Toseland, Arthur   Treavor, Henry   Tyrer, James   Warden.jBruce R   Watson, Aaron   Watt/ John '. ,  Wawn, Frederick William   Whitten,,.William   Wilkie, Thomas McKinley   WUiams, Frederick ...........  Wiilliams,: Herbert E...'.-;'....'.  ^iHiamson____Walter._.____._J.=_=__s_i_=  PLACE  Dunn, James..  Fraser,  Duncan   Gray, Fred    Hygh, Geprge E   Lapworth, Joseph Thos.  Lorenzetti, Andrew J. ..  Robinson, George   Steffens, Ciaus Powel H.  Thomdson, John S.......  Voght, Tim J   Yale  Rocky Point, Savonas  Ruby Creek  Merritt  Agassiz  Ashcroft  Merritt  Spatsum  Black Canyon, Ashcroft  do 'do  Agassiz  Basque Siding  Ashcroft  Spences B.zidge  North Bend  Middlesboro  North Bend  Ashcroft  Spences Bridge  Merritt  North Bend  Middlesboro  Agassiz  Nicola  Agassiz  North Bend ���  do  do  As-hcrofl  Cache Creek  North Bend  Merritt  Ashcroft  Hope  Merritt  Ashcroft  Highland' Valley  Basque Ranche  Yale  Merritt  Ashcioft  .Viddlt'sboro  Agassiz  Spatsum  Agassiz  North Bend  Spence's Bridge  Yale ;j  Ashcroft  Ashcroft  Ashcroft  North Bend  Black Canyon  Thompson Siding  Agassiz  Agassiz  Agassiz  Agassiz  Agassiz  North Bend  ,Middlesboro  Mammett Lake  Hope  North Bend  Agassiz  Nicola  Merritt '��� -  Ashcroft  Agassiz  Yale  Hope  Agassiz  Merritt  Ashcroft  Agassiz  Middlesboro  Agassiz  Yale  Hat Creek  Yale  Spence's Bridge  Ashcroft  A gassiz  ^T-ale-   - -- . --  Yale  Merritt  North Bend  Merritt  Hope Station  St. Elmo  Yale  Lytton  North Bend  Coutlee  Dated this 5th day of October, 1910.  H. P. CHRISTIE,:  Registrar of Voters.  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Nicola Land District���District of Yale...  Take notice that I, Pntrick H. Kennedy, of  Princeton, B. P., occupation miner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the northwest  corner adjoining Edward S. Shelton's northeast  corner post of even date thence running  south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to  initial post place of beginning, claiming 640 acres  more or less. Patrick H. Kennedy,  ���Date Sept. 29. 1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  37-46.  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale l!.and Dis  trict.    District of Nicola.  Take notice that Henry Buell Hicks,  of Nicola, B. C, occupation Civil  Engineer, intends to apply for permission' to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  16 chains West of the S. W. corner of  Lot 353, thence Southerly 40 chains,  thence westerly 25 chains, then Northerly 40 chains, thence Easterly 25  chains to point of commencement, and  containing 100 acres, more or less.  Henry Buell Hicks.  Date September 8th, 1610. 34-43.  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land  District���District of Yale.  Take notice that I, Edward S. Shel-  ton of Spokane, Wash.,��� occupation  gentleman, intends to apply for permission to*purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at  northeast corner, about two and a half  miles west of the north west corner of  Lot 902, running south 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres  more or less of pasture land.  Edward S. Shelton, Applicant.  Hugh McGuire, Agent.  September 29th, 1910.       37-46  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Nicola Land  District��� District of Yale.,..-..  Take notice that I, James A. Anderson of Victoria, B. C., occupation government accountant, intend ;'to apply  for permission to purchase the following described, lands:'  Commencing at a post planted, northeast corner, this post lies about, one  mile west and one . mile north from  south east corner of Clarence J. Parrel 1 's  application to purchase of August 29,  and is supposed to join on west boundry  of Clarence J. Farrell's application,  running south' 80 " chains,~ thence west  80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 cnains to point of commencement, claimining all vacant grouud with-  in*its boundries. Recognizing previous  locations if legal.  James A. Anderson, Applicant.  .  Hugh McGuire, Agent.  September 29, .1910:' ���    '* ��� 37-46  Land Act Notice  Kamloops Division Nicola Land  District���District of Yale.  Take notice that I,   John  Grasser of  Peck, Idaho, occupation farmer, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted southwest corner adjoining Laura McDonald's  N: W. corner of even date, running thence  north SO chains, thence east 80 chains,  thence south SO chains, thenco west 80  chain's .to point of commencement find  containing 640 acres pasture land more  or less.  JOHN GRASSER, Applicant.  Hugh McGuire, Agent.  September 30th, 1910.       37-46  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District.  District or Ynle.  Take notice that Bello R. McDonald, of. Merritt,  B.''., occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at apost planted at the northeast  corner adjoining Laura A. McDonald's norihwevt  corner post of even date, ih�� i-ie s_nt<h 80 <h.ii^v.  thence west 80 chains, thence nortn 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains to initial post, place of beginning, claiming 640 acres more or less.   Bella R. McDonald,  Date Sept.' 30; 1910. '"' ��� ' Hugh McGuire,- Agent.  87-46  .     Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land  .'���'���''���  District���District of Yale..  Take notice that I, Rannel J. McDonald of Winnipeg, Man., occupation  fanner, intends to apply for permission  to; purchase the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post plarted at the  southeast corner adjoining Laura McDonald's northwest corner of even date  running north 80 chains, thence west 80  chains, thencesouth 80 chains, thence  east P0 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres of pasture  land more or less.  Rannel J. McDonald, Applicant.  Hugh McGuire, Agent.  September 30, 1910.       37-46 8  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, November 4, 1910  ���_i'_i.._.  _. :j_..  ���'�����!*  t -.---mi-... nfn-Mtt, _H_B-__mw_M��i_igg�� ��m_��,.>.i��. i��_mprt_rtwi___iw��> ^tT_nrm��fB__t��n _  a  Hon. Richard; McBride has gone north to Prince Rupert, but even when away  from home the premier appreciates a good meal and when he comes to Merritt  he will eat at the Star Restaurant���-The best meal in the city.  FRANK ��� STEEL, Prop.  LOCAL AND DISTRICT  The Ladies' Aid of ihe Presbyterian church desire, to thank  Mesfrs. Mat>n__.v & 'Darr.ih for  their kindness in b.ikit.jr c kes  and preparing the fowl for thtV  recent Thanksgiving dinner.  Mrs. G.E. Hygh-went hack to  Nanaimo this morning. In a  few days she willl leave with a  party *;for Los ^ngelos, Cal.,  where she will spend the winter.  The ladies are. requested to  bring baskets to the shadow party  in Minzies' hall next Tuesday  o v e n i n g. Th o officers o f Merri tt  L. O. L. No. 1701 are sparing no  effort to make this one of the  '���est events of the season.  He:iry JYJurk of Pentiction has  been in Merritt for severald days.  Mr. Murk owns the big* double  lot at the corner of Voght.street  and Quilchena Ave. Negotiations  are now in progress f- r the  erection of a big   business block  on the property. If Mr. Murk  does not build it is likely that  the land will be leased to a man  who will build.  S. L. Smith will leave on Monday for Vancouver to take over  his new duties as manager of the  Westminster Ave. brnch of the  Bank of Montreal. Mr. Smith  will be tendered a farewell banquet at the Coldwater hotelthis  evening.  F. W. Green, late of Calgary,  the    recently   appointed   road  master lor this division of the  C. P. R., came up over the  branch on his first trip of inspection last night. He was accompanied by Mr. Munro.  John Clapperton and Mrs.  Clapperton left by this morning's  train for their home in Victoria.  Mrs. Clapperton's niece, Mrs.  R. H. Winny, is' very low. That  she will recover and secure "complete restoration to health and  vigor is the earnest hope and  prayer of Mrs. Winny's host of  warm friends.  Fred. A. Reid will open up his  grocery business about the middle of next month. Good progress is being made with the  building and most of the stock is  already on order. ;   '  LOST. ��� Blown suitcase on  Nov. 2, about three miles up the  Coldwater roacl. Name of owner  Mrs. W. J. Holly on outside of  grip. A reward of five dollars  will be paid for its return to this  office.  Conservative Meeting  MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 7, 8 P. M.  A meeting of the- Middlesboro  and DistricfcConservative Association will be. held in Menzies'  hall on Monday evening, Nov. 7,  at 8 p. m. Business to elect  delegates to the nominating convention of Yale riding to be held  at'Spences Bridge on-Nov.; 11,  and other business.  H. S. Clesby, President.  S. J. Solomon, Secretary.  *ra��^.���_&��^^ I  We have a very complete range of P<  for Men, Women and  ar and Clothing  Children's Buster  Brown Suits  in all sizes and assorted patterns.  $4.50, $4.75 and $5.  Hand Unit Mufflers  A great prot<_ 3tiors for the throat and chest.  This little garment1 is a great favorite.  Try one of .'our leaders at  \p   I   ��_Zx_).  s' 2 and 3  'iece Suits  Smart little suits and big values at  3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 and  lien's Sweater Coats  A Large Assortment  Ranging in Price from  to $10.00  um___Bis_B(Cmata___>Bi  ��^nIjB__I Jjra d ��> r** a //?_aii  1 I��Ik5Dia\IO  n-cui  Knitted Wool Underwear an sizes Special $i.50 Suit  Woollen Ribbed Underwear Best value on market $2.50 Suit  Robin Hood Natural Wool Underwear   .   .   $4.00 Suit  A beautiful garment and well worth the price.  l^Rtfl &����&LJiJTiff t? 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