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Array J-fi  p  m  I*  I  ^Vol. 1, No   39  MERRITT, B. C.   NOVEMBER 11, 1910  .Price 5 Cents  Presentation and Banquet  Tendered to S. L. Smith  . Popular   Bank   Managar  on  His Retirement Banqueted  at Coldwater Hotel  ,.   When  a man  leaves a   com-  , munity  it is pleasing to know  -that   he carries  with  him   the  -good will and best wishes of his  fellow citizens.    It gladdens  a  man's heart to know that he is  ' affectionately   regarded   and   it  brightens   his    life   for   future  activities it matters  not where  his lot may be cast.    This was  *; true of S. L, Smith, late manager  * of the  Bank  of  Montreal,   and  who has gone to Vancouver to  take charge of the Westminster  Ave. branch of the bank.  ��     Mr. Smith was  the  guest of  honor at a banquet in the Cold-  Water hotel last Friday evening  when representative business and  professional men gathered to tell  ' of the esteem in which they held  him and  to  bid  him  a  forma  adieu.     A  pleasant  feature   of  . the evening was the presentation  of   a beautiful gold  chain   and  locket.     G. B. Armstrong made  the presentatton   in   his   usual  ' graceful style.    The locket was  t handsomely engraved  with  the  ; words "Presented to S. L. Smith  by his Merritt friends, Merritt,  Nov. 4, 1910."      ..    "��,      .  -. Mr.   Smith   replied feelingly.  He was sorry  to  leave Merritt  and he hoped to be able to return  frequently   and   to    renew   old  friendships.     He   knew, of   no  place where had received better  treatment and it would always  be fond memories he could recall  when thinking of his old friends  in   Merritt.     Speaking   of the  town Mr. Smith was sanguine of  a wonderful growth.    He  contrasted conditions of today with  those that obtained when he first  came to Merritt and pictured the  wonderful progress and development that had ensued.     ' 'I am  glad that I am not going far away  because I can come back and see  "you,often and never will I forget  the many kindnesses  you  have  shown  me during my  stay   in  your midst."   has gone away feeling happier  than when he came and--appreciative of the fact ]that he can  come back at will and find the  same friendships even more  secure.  ; FUTURE IS BRIGHT  J. S. Winters of Vancouver  arrived in the city last night and  will spend the week end looking  over the valley and familarizing  himself as to the Coal industry.  "Your climate here is simply  great, a more ideal site for a city  I have never seen and with your  coal mines situated as they are  and the large agricutural lands'  tribtuary to the town nothing can  retard the growth of Merritt'' is  the way Mr. Winters expressed  himself in conservation with a  News represntative.  L J. Langwill a carpenter who  has been in the employee of  Whipple ������&. Fleming is suffering from blood poisoning in  his hand. Mr Langwill some  time ago received a bad cut in his  Conservatives Meet  to Select Candidate  hand  which  stated above.  has   terminated as  Mrs. Pooley and Miss Agnes  Vair are spending the week end  guests of Mrs Dr. Tutill.  Large Representation   From  all Points in the Valley  Present.  View of Nicola Lake Taken at a Different  Point  From the.One  Shown  in a Former Issue.  NEXT WEEK  -. *j  Local Company Will Now Supply the  Demand for This Article.  r Joseph   Graham   officiated as  toastmaster   and    G.   B.   Armstrong   fulfilled   the   duties? of  chairman.   The health of: "The  King and Governor - General"  were enthusiastically honored  after which the  toast to  "Our  Guest', was drunk.    When Mr.  Smith arose to speak   he   was  greeted with musical honors. ���  ���' The speakers were in a happy  strain and many  were the expressions of regret occasioned by  Mr. Smith's  departure and the  genial good wishes uttered in his  behalf.    That he was loved by  all could not be gainsaid for the  tributes flowed as freely as wine.  Amongst the speakers were. G.  B. Armstrong, Jos.  Graham, _S..  N. Dancey, G. F. Ransom;'John  Hutchison,  A. L.   Dingee;   Jos.  Whipple,   H. S. Cleasby,   Chas.  .Graham,   W i 11 i a m   Mclntyre.  /Frank, Steele,; J. P. Boyd, G. B.  Tandy, R. S. Watson and others.  the com-  humor-  ous sketches, and songs by J. P.  Boyd, Dr. G. H. Tutill, G. B.  Tandy and W. Spicer were pleasing features.  It was unfortunate that none  of the Nicola representatives  were present as provision had  been made for them. As it was  it was an evening of unprecedented enjoyment and Mr. Smith  >Lou Brierly delighted  i^pany with a few of his  The first- bricks; to be manufactured in the Nicola valley  will be turned out next week in  Merritt, The machinery to be  used is now in transit from Vancouver and will be immediately  installed and ..operations commenced.  The promoters are Messrs.  Wm. McNeil and J. Fleming  of Whipple & Fleming and it is  their intention- to organize a  stock company capitalized at  $15,000 to engage -in the manufacture of brick and ornamental  work and to also manufacture  eement~for_concrete~and~plaster-  ing. '     -       ,. -    * .  The company has secured control of :Robt.   Henderson's gyp-v  sum  properties., and will start  work at once opening them up.  After    extracting   the   cement  from the deposit the refuse will  be   utilized, in   the^making���:- of  bi'ick and* ornamental work. *The  site for the yards  has  been secured   on   the    Conklin   estate  across the Nicola river and close  to..thej Merritt dairy.     The. capacity of the plant to startNvith  will -be"3,000 bricks per;day.:     :  ; -Brickhas-been a scarce article  here fdVtHe':pa.sVyeai-iv  All the  brick used have to be brought in  by,th,e: contractors .on ^different  works from.vKamloopsand4 the  premolars'of ���? the! newlcbmpany/  Will fi n d * a] big ami nj ady. demand  for their'product  as "'it is'a well  knp\vn facCth^  the clay ^deposits' which the coitk  pany has  secured,;are of a high  standai'd.'  Gypsum, at the present time is  being imported from Vancouver  and is manufactured in Montana,  an d[i$ layfits.down**"here it, costs  the users in thefneigliborhbod of  $25 a ton. This same article will  be manufactured by the new  company right here in Merritt at  one-half of the above price.  The   gypsum   deposits which  Mr. Henderson located last year  are without doubt' the largest in  British" Columbia "and are of the  highest commercial value.  . The brick "making machinery  was purchased from L. D. Bere-  ly of Vancouver and is of the  latest improvement.  Provincial News  More money is needed to complete the power plant at Revelstoke.  George Barber has been  arrested at Vancouver for operating, a "blind pig" in the  Italian quarter.  . All the ground near Kitselas  carryings coarse gold- has been  located.  A movement is on foot to build  an ice curling and skating rink  at Vancouver.  Duncan Munro has moved into  his new residence which he has  just completed'on the Diamond  Vale property.  Kitselas Big Canyon Weekly is  now    known    as    the    Inland  Colonist. i   o���_________  '   A technical school   for  couver is now proposed."  Van-  The average daily shipment of  milk from Langley to Vancouver  exceeds 1,000 galllons.  -Lucky Todd drifted to town  andwasgathercdinnbythelocal  constable. He was as usual  creating a disturbance and in  company with ��� two Indians will  have justice meted out to him.  Snow   is    falling  Northern Cariboo.  heavily   in  :John_ Davis brought before  J. |P_^s Tutill and Woodward,  was judged guilty of perjury and  was sent to Kamloops to await  his trial at the next assizes. He  may apply for a speedy trial.  David : popeland came from  Ladysmith" to testify.  Street cars are again running in  Nelson", for the first time since  1908; - '        -   .-'  o '*   ��� ���  Rev. Canon and Mrs. Good,  pioneers of Nanaimo, have just  jcelebratedttheir golden wedding.  ��   -  ��      o .,-'.  Dr. J. B. Hart, a pioneer veterinary surgeon of Vancouver,  died very suddenly on Friday  night last. I  During the past forty years  the Vancouver Island mines have  produced $60,000,000 worth of  coal.  The Tyee Copper Co. proposes  putting in at Ladysmith the first  copper refining plant in Canada.  New Westminster property  owners have emphatically negatived the proposal to devote part  of; Queen's park to hospitalises.  As the result of a stabbing affray at the Michel hotel recently  an Italian is in the hospital with  fourteen knife wounds in various  parts of his anatomy and may not  'recover. (A compatfidt - with  whom he had quarrelled has been  jailed.----' ���*��� ':-     :'---S �� yj,. ;���" .  The mass meeting of Conservatives of Nicola valley called  for last Saturday night to select  a candidate to represent Nicola  valley at the nominating conver-  tion for Yale riding at Spences  Bridge on Friday did not produce  any results. r y   -  In point of numbers the mpet-  ing was the greatest in thehistory  of the valley, Menzies' hall being  filled to capacity. They were  there from Aspen Grove and  Tulameen as well as from points  in the lower part of the valley  and Meriitt and Nicola were out  in force.  The reason for adjourning  the meeting could not be v -j"  understood and it is the popular  opinion that it was the fruition  of a plan that Lad been in making.  Color was lent to this theory b'e-  cause of the men who propo'sed  the adj our ment.  There were  a number of'Lib-  erals there from   different points  and objection was taken to, their  presence   But the   original; plan  of the association was not carried  out to have  tables at the   door  where  all . who' entered   would  sign a pledge of allegiance to the  party and to support the nominee  of ^the_ meeting.    If this" had, been  carried out there would halve'"Been "  no difficulty  because those who  would not sign would be excluded.  Donald   McPhail   was  in, the  chair and'C. M. Daniells officiated  as secretary.    A resolution purporting to be that passed at'the  joint committee meeting at Nicola  was introducded and occasioned  lengthy  discussion.    An amendment was prosposed after which*  another resolution asking for the  appointment of a committeeron  credentials was  bronght' before  the meetieg.and jn the complications that followed the  chairman  lost control of the meeting and an  adjournment  was brought about  though the majority of those who  supported it did so under impression that���the���adj ourmenx-would   last but few minutes to enable the  committe to ascertain those who  qualified to a voicr in the meet-  ng. ���      '��� ' .  H.V. Chatterton, who has represented R. P. Rithet at Vancouver on the road for several  years is severing his connection  with thatfirm and will go'into;  business in New Westminster'  Mr. Chatterton will be succeeded  byMr.G. J.Brady. Both these  gentleman were guests at the  Coldwater this week.      . ���. ���. v:  T. Morrelli, an Italian employee  of the Canada Power Co. at Stave  lake has been fownd dead near  Silverdale, under circumstances  indicative of a murder "having  been perpetrated. His companion, L. Nick has disappeared*,"'  and is suspected of ? the crime.  The crime wto'.^committed,"-;with  a .22revoler.        i "^  'LostStolen or Strayed. ���A  small fox terrier. Answers to  the name of "Peggy"; Kindly  communicate with H. W. Sut-  cliffe, City, or local police office*  W. Nelson' representing the  Remington Typewriter Co_, of  Vancouver,; was; in town on  Wednesday looking, after:-business for his company. .It is.just  one year ago. that Mr. Nelson  visited Merritt and the' Nicola  valley and the wohderful/change  that has taken place .'in1 r'that  short space of tinie cahrie'Ss a  great surprise to him.'.'_'':"?;7*7y'77  :���; __o_^*;-y,:,7  '-.',-.  .   ,:'..:       :-    .....: r..y:r,i  .A'-; ���_.<'*.���   '  Constable j Walter; 'Clark;;, rer  turned home Thursday evening  from .New.,;Westminster-after  seeing his charge safely entered  on the provnicial register: ,,,,  The new English church parsonage on Granite Ave.,;, was  completed this week andv.the  Rev. T. Walker is now comfortably settled in his new home.'. THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, November 11, 1910  ��*�� _-- - -  I     "A*"-  _._!��0*  THE HOSPITAL COMMITTEES  RAY H. BRANDON -..   '��� ;.,,,.  Leading man with the Jeanne , Russell Co., at Menzies' Hall;tonight and tomlorrow night."    .  V "   :V*S; .;,;;,"  .'i.  What Our Correspondents  Have to Say  SAVONA  The Monarch Lumber Co.'s  mill here closed down last week  ��� for the season. The company is  ' now operating a portable mill at  ' Pemberton siding where it is  ': cutting   pine   lumber   for   the  flumes of the B. C. Horticultural  Estates, Walhachin.  Mrs. J. B. Leighton returned  on Sunday from a month's visit  at the coast.  ��� -Messrs. R. Marpole and W. F.  Salsbury, C. P. R. officials at  Vancouver, and Mclver Campbell were here on a shooting expedition recently.  W. H. Edmonds was down  from Kamloops recently and had  a talk with local lacrosse enthusiasts regarding the organization of a team here next year.  . There are many clever stick  handlers at Savona and the prospects are that a team will be  put in the field.  George Ogle, formerly station  agent here, paid Savona a brief   visit   last   week.      He   is   now  \ ASHCROFT ...  . Indian agent Drummond was in  town Thursday leaving for Lytton  the same night.  Mr. J. B. Bryson of Grang Ranch  brought in a bunch of beef  cattle for the coast market Friday  Mr. and Mrs. J B. Caldwell who  were married last September' in  England arrived in town Thursday and yesterday left for the  111 Mile House where they will  permanently reside.  Mr." George McDonald, local  shoemaker, is giving up his business here and intends leaving  for Merritt, where he intends to  carry on his trade.  Jack Howi son left Ashcroft last  week for Quesnel where he will  enter the employ of Mr. J. A.  Fraser, the enterprising merchant of Quesnel.  Mr. and Mrs. Hall, late of 150*  Mile House, where" Mr. Hall has  acted as constable for the "past  few months, passed through town  on Thursday ,to Vancouver where  they will reside for the future.  ;Work;Detailed at General Meeting Last  Friday Night.  The committee in charge of  the detail work in connection  with the movement to Tjuild a  general hospital in Merritt have  been appointed and are already  at work. - ;  A session of the general committee was held in Hyland's.hall  last Friday evening and there  was a good attendance. The1  question was discussed thoroughly and the matter of site was left  in the hands of a committee  drafted for that purpose.  W. E. Duncan, acting on behalf of Gilbert Blair, announced  that Mr. Blair would be willing  to donate land sufficient to provide for the hospital and. the  committee could select the site  wherever they deemed most advisable.  A delegation was appointed 1o  wait on the government and ascertain the. amount of financial  assistance that would be forthcoming. This delegation will  comprise G. F. Ransom,-S. N.  Dancey; Dr. C. S. Williams, H.  H.' Matthews and Jos. Graham.  ". - Other committees ? appointed  were: '_,, '_ '���' ���-, ;,  ^Finance���J. A. Menzies, G. F.  Ransom,>John Hutchison, H. S.  Cleas&yy-Dr.7T. V. Curtin and  &��.WjStrickland-:   ' s   .  "Building-H. S. Cleasby, Dr.  Williams, W. E. Duncan, George  Pride and Chas. Granam.  Sites���R. S. Brown, Howell  Johns, S. N. Dancey, George  Pride and J. A. Menzies.  dertaken to supply, so districts  can only have notice in proportion to the information received.  My reviews will be given wide  publicity, arrangements for this  having already been made, and  I hope to receive from mining  men in your district the information requisite to allow of its being given due prominence.  Communications should be addressed to me at Post Office,  Nelson, B. C, and to be of most  service should reach me, if possible, before the 'last - day of  November, but even if later I  shall be able to use thernV.in  smaller measure. Most of my  "copy" will have to be ready for  the printer, though, by the-end  of the first week in December. ��� |  Thanking you in advance for  your kind co-operation, I am,  Yours'truly,  E. Jacobs.  Victoria, B. C, Nov., 7, 1910.  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  agent at Hammond.  "* Louis Harris is back from a  three weeks' holiday trip to Vancouver.  Quite a number of Savona people attended the dance at Ashcroft on Thanksgiving night.  .,'���W. Colk, of the C. P. R; section staff, has been "promoted to  an important position at Merritt  and has removed to the coal mining town with his family.  Mrs.   H.  J.. Baker and. Miss  May   Elwyn--- entertained   their  many  friends on Thanksgiving  -night.  Smith Curtis is back f rom the  coast after attending, the apple  show- at Vancouver.  A band bf over 200 head of  stock cattle bought, from Mark  McAbee by P. Burns & Co.  passed fehrough Savona last week  eh route to Grand Prairie where  they will be wintered. The B.C.  D. A. intends to winter the stock  ��� fattle left out of the Pennie band  oh the company^ properties at  Nicola. This company, it is said,  intends to purchase some 400  head of cattle in the northwest  at an early date.  J. Chartrand and W. Quinville  ��� were   in town  last week from  h Mammette Lake.     Frank Allen  and W. Horton were also visitors  from that district.  "^M^WrCrPblandruntirjustre^  cently foreman of the Govt. Experimental Farm at Lethbridge,  has arrived in Ashcroft with .Mrs.  Poland and family, ahd'has taken*  charge of the Basque Ranch'  where he willact as foreman for  W. H. Hammond. ;  ^Editor'News.,- *-   - '.,-;  Dear Sir:���Will "you be good  enough to make public, for,the  information of those interested  in mining in your district, that  I shall' be glad to receive particulars of progress'made during  1910,at all district jmining properties. The information desired  is that relative to \ development  work done during the year, plant  and machinery put in, ore production made (if any), surface  improvements made,' transportation facilities provided, and all  other particulars indicating progress during the year. Information concerning localities- that  give promise of having mines  after' development shall' have  been; done will also be welcome.  It will not be practicable for me  to visit all the mining districts  before preparing the several re-  viewsandsumiharies-Ihaveun^  XMASPHOTO CARDS  H. PRIEST, Photographer  Studio Opposite Public School  MERRITT, :: B.C  _m____P"***>*RneiSi��_L___ii Li     u  ''J  i fi_T  Under new management and many improved facilities.  More accommodation and of the beBt.  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, Br��.  31  III  ���hjc__j_m___, niwr__n  M. L. GRIMMETT  Barruter and Solicitor  Notary Public  Solicitor for the Bank of Montreal  Nicola - - Merritt  At MerriU Monday, Wednesday, Friday  Private Tulion 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.  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.  PHONE 24  Nicola Valley Transfer  Company  TRUCKING    AND    DRAYING   A    SPECIALTY  .... DEALER   IN ... .  Lumber, Lath, Lime, Cement, Hay, Grain and Feed  i  GEORGE RICHES  Granite Avenue  MERRITT, B. C.  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.  j        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.  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.  for the  Torpid, lazy liver, causes  biliousness   and head-!  ache���two common. ! -,  complaints.  STOMACH AND  LIVER PILLS  wake up-the liwr ��� arouse It     ;   ������*  to   action,y speedily., jestorin^  "'      good health/'A' pufefi^yegt-.   :"'*���  ���.'*-.. table remedy that has.a^ben-'1-  ' ;.'*  .: eficial' effect' on stomach'and:        '*'  bowels  as  well.   .Because it's���_���  NYAL'S  we  know'what's jn  it.   25 cents a box.  AaytMnr  you buy i  with the.  Sold atiid guaranteed by  Gemmill & Rankine   -   Merritt  Penticton is to have another  industry in the form of cement  works. W. H. Lapley, who is  the principal stockholder in the  new company, has secured a site  for a factory on the water front.  ���'-' ,     . .-'-; 1      *  It will be the finest publication ever issued iii  the upper country. Prof use in illustration, Replete in fact and story, it will depict the life  and industry of the people of Merritt and the  Nicola valley as a whole. It will; be valuable  as a historical number, entertaining to the  reader and an accurate mirror of the future.  i '��� .,"  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 the paper has its life and being..  END  YOUR  ORDERS EARLY  Goes to Press December 16th. ���y^y-:.  Friday^ Nove^er llv 1910, <���  THE NICOLA VALLEY, NEWS  Bull'  Thes^C6al Hilt Syndicate ^  is in a "position to  ��� ���'���--��������� quote you        . ' r  LOWEST PRICES  "    'on any quantity of their.   ,.  now    famous    product.  Our mine,: is j run free of  rock and slate and this  results in splendid furn-  ���'?;   7 .. ace.fuel. --.     '''  .Z.Lurip ...  * * _.     ����� - /  is the finest  household  coal to be had and it is  *-..   delivered- in .Merr'tt for  $10.00 per 2 Ton   Lots  Cash with order.    Prompt  Joseph Graham  ' -'' 'C >7. '.:*"' 3"*'Manager:  P,  O.  Box, 17.  Merritt, B. C.   [  1 ? i * J  "Three Removes are  Bad as a Fire"  as  But that is wh^t you have to  pu up with whe-1 you are living  in a rented hous".  f .    /  Let us build foi you and own  your own home.  We give the best of satisfaction  It matters not whether it is  in large contract.work or small.;  JACK SCREWS FOR RENT.  WHIPPLE & FLEMBN6  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  MERRITT, B. C.  _ ��C-��-"- ��  Harness and  Saddlery  "*"lSHarness..'Robes,' Blankets, "  * Trunks, Valises, etc. always  Jt in stock.  -^"^PouUrymnd-Stock^Foods'r*"'^  Best of satisfaction in all  departments.       Prices    are  right.  Agent for Mendelsolm  Heintzman Pianos.  N. J. BARWICK  and  Nicola  Merritt  YOU  Know Now that  ACTIVITY AT PRINCETON  ��� : ��� "  ""'-''  "*y,.... "  .      -���'<���.$::'>;% - - ' '"'  ' Pri^eton^|i^|ited|at'r1^e eastern slope'of -'thei"'H'6pe Mountains  in; the Similkameen district .is  fast*be"corriing an ��� 'important.coal  mining "center/The development  of the lignite coal'measures in  ���that .district' has been stimulated  since the'advent; "of the:-: V. V..;'&  E.1; rail way,, .which .is n$w main-  taining a daify direct service be-  t'weemPfiiicetonsand Spokane.  .Recently in London,;England,  the_hoLdmg^  panies owning" the'-^Princeton  townsite -and*: a >.;large'?;.area;.i of  coal land's almost within fthe  townsitef3i?iiit�� .."jyei^e merged in  a new corporation' styled the.  I*riihe,'3tpn'*'C  limited,", -.with', '^an/ authorized  capital oK$"l;(lpO?Opp/,oif which  $750,00^i^6rt^q| |tock-has been  issued. ���./'THe^rfiarfa'jI'er,^ Mr. Arthur ^.Hickling, .of. London, England, is at the,, Hotel1,Vancouver  after q.n/-irjjspe.ctipri '.of _ recent  development onw;'the. company's  coal. properties, where a small  plant was 'installed"- iast spring."  The present output of 100 tons a  day will be increased next year  when a plant with a capacity for  handling 500 tons of'coal.daily  wilMbe-.in ��� operation,. ^..The*. company recently entered into a contract to furnish 10,00,0 tonsiof  coal to the Ni'kel Plate mine" at  Hedley." - The coal, according^ to  Mr. Hickling, is a high grade  lignite of excellent .steaming  qualities. Coal mining operations are being directed by the  resident manager, Mr. Ernest  Waterman, a pioneer of the  district.  "Princeton will become a very  important point as soon as the  V. V. & E. -Railway .builds over  the Hope Mountains and" affords  direct railway communication  with Vancouver. 7 We hope to  ship a-portion- of*, our >��� output'--to  the coast/if^ freight r.rates, will  permit. The coal is_well_adapted  for domestic useV'-T said "v Mr.r  Hickling to The Province. '--'"My  investments, in ��� and _,.around  Princeton were made.as far back  as 1897 and it was a long wait  till we secured a railway. However I am quite satisfied' now  With^the'putlqok.f /The townsite  cost me the same" figure which  we obtained for a business lot  there the other day. British  Columbia is a great field for investments and I look to see  British capital flow in this direction in the future* at a faster rate  than ever."  South Vancouver will soon  hayea weekly newspaper.   ....;'.'  The Le Roi mine at Rossland  has resumed operations.���  Mayor Power of Kaslo is suffering from blood poisoning.  City Clerk Womack of Fernie  has resigned.  An important convention of  the Union of British Columbia  municipalities is to he held at  Salmon Arm today.  Provincial "News  "^TKe^CrPrRTjs^laying^heavy  steel between Trail and Castle-  gar. _  '   "       .    ���      '"    ���< T"'  _ '"���"'? " **.  British "Cdlumbi^'s^Ta pfp e a 1  court has now undeiL .cbosidefa-  tion the question as to whether  the North,Vancouver'fer_Fy company's 'license'is- vatf <��,-rbnd( if so  exclusive.^'   r ���>-"'      <-- " ..'*' */ 7  I  means  FIRE  y-i-iiftiifn  business tell  0 14o because the  *f the tale, and bp the way there, s  1 a big good looking fellow called  ���W  ������.��  I  RANSOM  -the  ���'ft %y%  %  who? writes^-the   best accident  policy I ever'&kvtT ***  '���The��� ':'   ���*i H'O  T,-V-  liitthison  >any.  I "Where it Pays to Deal"  Hon. Price Ellison and Robertf  Wood have bonded the Okanagan  mine near Priqcetpn and- will  actively'develop the* property.  The mine was located in 1886  and its ore carries values up to  $35 a ton in gold and silver,    o*  Eagene Martineau arid Charles  Morrison, charged .''with' housebreaking and stealing from the  Yale - Columbian Co. 's store ��� at  Westley, have been committed  |6r*IriaT "atitKe-|$p*ting\fassizes^  The men were heayily���armed arid  had?-stoleri? property.;in their  possession when, arrested.    ,;   ���  Gorddna*McLaTeri, -at .little*. Jad  of Deadwood, got a head of  timothy three inchesjpng in one  of^hiij- lnngs fpuT'jryears .a'^rp^n"^,  has ever since been- slowly ��sir��tc-  ing,-the,attend in.or physician believing him to be a.victim of  tuberculosis. A fewi days ago:  iri a fit of coughing lie. dislodged  the timothy that had been causing all the trouble. Complete  recovery is now a matter of  weeksonly. *  <  The Premier's Own Boy Scouts  at Greenwood will probably be  disbanded in consequence of  rowdyisth  in the corps.  South Vancouver's school  board is inviting tenders for a  new school to relieve the present  serious congestion.  The government miners' relief  and life saving station equipped  with Draeger oxygen apparatus  is being installed at Nanaimo today.     "    '���'"���  Work has been resumed at No.  1 mine. -Extension, from which  the gas has been cleai'ed, the  mine being now reported absolutely safe again.  . * Indian Peter, the discoverer of  the' St. Eugene mine at Moyie,  now charges fifty cents for acting as a model for kodakers.  Cranbrook's board of trade has  under consideration a proposition  for. the building of a.road from  Ward's ranch to the head of the  lake.  A tubful of honey has been  found in a bees' nest in an  ancient fir felled at Chilliwack,  the land ri milk and honey.  L. G. Monroe, who was secretary of the first Canadian apple  show, will now that it is over go  to San Diego as secretary of the  exposition there.  - .The.two'meri committed for  trial for dynamiting a safe at  Westley are believed to be the  same 'who operated unsuccessfully^ the safe in the C. P. R.  offices at Trail.  The new Salmo bridge is now  in use, the old one having gone  out in the recent high water, and  ^the;government workmen hastily  "completing the new one to obviate any interruption of traffic  Jim May, who is 78 years old,  has been mining in the Omineca  for the past forty years, and  with his partner last season  cleaned up $12,000 in coarse srold  from their claims on Tom creek.  A young man named Palmer  received fatal injuries by being  run over by a car on the B. C.  E^RrCor's-LuiuIsiandiinenear  Sexsmith on Friday night. He  had lain down to sleep on the  track, and his father was found  sleeping on the ground but a  few feet away. -  The tramway bylaw now be-  .fore the/ Nanaimo city council  provides for street concessions  of the usual order, and also empowers the corporation to guarantee the. company's 4 1-2 bonds  ior $300,000 for twenty years.  Chilliwack is - using for street  paving material a quantity of  gold ore from an old mining  dump,? and can thus claim celebr  rity as a city whose streets are  l(to, ascertain extent) payed with  goUy&>\y ��� y^1--'  ��� Rossi Sylvia, a Cumberland  Italian, fmet accidental death last  "Saturday whilei but;hunting. He  .was dragging^his-shotgun over a  log when the weapon was discharged; .the contents of the  shells literally tearing his abdomen to bits.  ^A cprner'sijury at New Westminster has ;come : to; the con-;  elusion that William Barnard,  Whose body was found in the  Fr'aser?? recently, came to his  ^eatli'through foul play. The  provincial police are now working on the case, 'which contains  elements of mystery.  William M. Campbell, a ranch er  of Langley Prairie, has been  sentenced to spend fifteen days  in jail and to pay fines of $50  and damages of $210 upon conviction of cruelty to animals. He  had amused himself by shooting  rock salt into two cows belonging to Dean Miller, a neighbor  with whom he was at outs.  Fernie's macroni factory is to  be in operation by the 12th inst.  The Citizens' League will play  a conspicuous part in the coming  civic elections at Cumberland,  nominating a full ticket.  Harry Johnson who was arrested for stealing $600 from a  Cariboo road teamster also  named Johnson has been sentenced to two years' imprisonment.  All government road work in  the Barkerville district has been  suspended for the season. The  Bear lake and G. T. P. road is  now completed from Barkerville  to Summit Creek.  The Rossland Miner has  revised its policy. Heretofore it  has declined all proffered Eastern  department store and simlar advertising. In the future it will  accept "such advertising if  local stores in  the lines adver  tised  tise.  do not themselves   a<!ver-  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 lost a pffrse dftn't  you think the finder would do the  same.    -  If you wish to find the finder  use our Classified Want Ads.  fee, ntfcMd Wk,_�� liCfri,  Quilchena  Hotel  Quilchena, B.C.  One of the finest hotels in the upper  country. Excellent accomodation for  travellers and tourists. Hot and cold  water baths.    Best of wines and liquors.  Terms $2.00 a day and upwards.  ^josruurcrion  Proprietor  NATIONAL  APPLE SHOW  .31  -TO-  a     5  HORSE SHOW BLDG.  VANGOU/i!    7  !,  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. THOli  Agent      . .... Merritt, B.C.:  Or write to  C. B. POSTER  A. G. P. A.  Vancouver, B.C.  ouse!  You can hardly anticipate the wonderfully improved appearance that follows a coat of paint  for the house or store.  Sherwin   Williams   Paints  and Varnishes  are acknowledged to be the best and you can  can do your own paintimg during'leisure hours.  Full line of ready mixed paints always in stock.  Call and get a specimen card.  G. B. Armstrong,  L i  i'1:... '  Star Restaurant  >-.,. y  ..:--'���-���  . 'j I     J >S I _  t  V ' '       -   \   ��. > . f _  '. ��� !���:���!).   ��'  Metropolitan    ?;        ^=  ^  MEAT^^ MARKET  NICOLA, .C.  The ".hoicest of Beef, Mutton, etc.,, always oiihandt J'"^r  Fresh Fish, Eggs and Vegetables.       ,--   '";���-.  T. HESLOP, Prop:        T    v  . >-   ���'.!   :." ' i  j-jv     '   .' *  MOUNTAIN HOTEL  t .,'��.  NORTH BEND >  Headquarters of the rai'road " boysl on' the Thompson and *���  Cascade divisions of the C. P."R,  ��_' ���  We have a good lunch counter, as well as dining room^krid **  our service always pleases."'   Our rooms are warm and  comfortable.     ���* ���_..-..    *T  JOHN ABRAY  .Proprietor  ;k._  ,-_   "we~are-iiving"in_an_age_of electricity, ���bdicon '     ~  Merritt Will Soon Have an Electric;  Lighting System  You Shonld Have Your House or  Office Wired ait Once.  The cheapest time to wire ia when you are buildinif.  .Wiring and     ,    ,     ,! >  installintf fixtures a   specialty.   All classes   of electrical jobbing.   '  Electrical supplies of all kinds. .    .  A. B. KENNEDY  Electrical Contractor. Merritt, B. C.  ���*   t      '     *     ��  ���.������"i 7s':  ;?   - i  MERRITT,  " JB: C. ���*'  r\ _'.Vf_J ���;  >_' I  ' ���  lJr"..j    .3  ���     ���'  ��� :_ .-.ci'v  V<- ��"  Merritt's New Eating House  Everything Clean and Well Kepi  Meals at all hours. Tickets of 21 meals $6. Single meals 50c..^'  Nothing tastes better than a homemade "meal and that'is^  what you get'here."'   All cooking by lady cooks.';% 777  North End of old Leonard Building,. \  ���V 7,  Voght Street    .   . " . ^ "-NcrritJt.Blj^  When you're off color���a little bit sick yet not sick enough  to call the doctor���you want a SURE and ��APE family  medicine���A. MEDICINE THAT YOU CAN ABSOLUTELY  RELY ON.   That's why we are; advertising this trademark.  ^CK*��*'  ���FORTHtv^  c t   '  t  Look for the dandelion-colored wrappers and the name Nyal'a. The formulae of  Nyal'a Family Remedies are all exceptionally good��� yery similar to wh��t your own  doctor would prescribe. There's a special Nyal Rsqiedy for most ordinary, everyday ailments which we know to be effective.  We strongly recommend Nyal'a Family Remedied because we know what's in'them  ���your doctor can know and you may know too. ,   ���.  Anything you  ���     buy  with the namie  will -give   you .  entire - j( ..��,  satisfaction.  2418  Sold and guaranteed by  Gemmill & Rankine  r       Merritt, B.C. THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Fripay, November 11,. 1910  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY  Subscription $2.00 a year  in   advance.  Six months $1.00  EDITOR - - - S. N. DANCEY  .. One dollar per inch per month fsr regula advertising-. Land and water notices $7.50 for 60  days.  '$5.00 for 30 days. ���..,..  Classified   advertising:   10 words for   25   cents  extra words 2 cents.  ; Special rates furnished for large contract advertising.  .  Address   '  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  P.O. Box 20 Merritt. B.C  Phone 25.  HON. RICHARD McBRIDE  The impression that Hon.  ;Riphard McBride will soon become leader of the Conservative  forces at Ottawa is gaining  .���strength through, the , press.,  British Columbia can ill afford to  sacrifice Mr. McBride at this  moment and it would be poor  policy for Mr. McBride to leave  just now.  The fact of the matter is that  Sir. Wilfrid Laurier will., go  through another election and he  will'likely win. But that will be  his last for he will retire from  the leadership, of the1 government almost immediately afterwards. . , I    1 . c r  \    ;Hon.  Richard McBride,  if he  -. gotes at all, will 96 into the fed-  . erapl arena just about the time  that Sir Wilfrid Laurier retires.  I H'   will lead the Conservative  . hqst to victory and' will guide  * the -destinies of the government.  Th$t he is well fitted for the  superior office cannot be denied  ; and   his   wonderful   success   in  - this province will largely increase  ; his^prestige.    There is an oppor-  ; tune moment for all-things <and  1 the' opportune moment for Mr.  McBride to enter federal politics  , will be about the hour when Sir  Wilfrid Laurier retires.  Discussing Mr. McBride's  position the Toronto News furnishes the following interesting  comment:  "Mr.. McBride, of British  Coiumhia, has become almost a  national figure although he is  only at the beginning of his  career. He has rescued the  affairs of his province from chaos.  He has established stable and  continuous government. _ He has  restored the provincial finances.  He has almost erased the memory of feeble coalitions and hopeless incompetence. He has charm  of:* manner, an impressive presence and that personal magnetism jwhichjc_o_ntribu_t_es_so_greatly:  to vpolitical success. Under his  leadership; the conservative party  hidlds almost every seat in.the  Legislature, and has left to the  Ottawa government only a single  constituency in the province.  He enjoys the confidence of all  classes and he seems to be equal  to'any occasion. Only a man of  breadth of mind and wholesome  tefoiper could have taken his attitude toward Sir Wilfrid Laurier  wKen the Federal Prime Minister  visited the coast a few months  ago. What is far more to his  credit is the admission on all  : h^nds that he is giving British  Columbia enconomical, straightforward and progressive government. He is using,his power  wisely and.soberly, arid, repaying  the confidence of the/prbvince  With an active and? capable administration of its faffa^rs:"i. He  serves a noble provii^er'to be  perhaps the wealthiest in"'the  "Confederation, and if he con-  ^jtiues as he, has begun; he will  e_*tablish standards? which will  make any, relapse into the feeble,  slovenly, or corrupt methods Very  difficult. Altogether , .the West  has leaders equal to its problems  and the���<��� Corservativ%,pariy. certainly has no need to fear comparison with its opponents."  THE JOINT MEETING.  The joint meeting   called' to  choose a candidate to represent  Nicola valley in the nominating  convention on Friday did not  produce any results. The two  local candidates will go to the  convention and the prospects of  success for either of them is considerably lessened.  It was a patent fact that there  were certain interests opposed  to the general scheme of the  joint meeting. That was evident at the committee meeting  in Nicola on Tuesday and it begins to look as though plans  were well and deeply laid to  wreck the meeting.  The whole system of the meeting was bad as far as procedure  was concerned. The plan of the  committee to have the pledge at  the door where all who entered  would have to sign was ignored  and the result was that the meeting developed into one of a public character rather than a party  convention.  It was known that there were  many Liberal in the hall but  they had come from far and near  and if the pledge had been presented at the door they would  have been thus excluded..  In the first place the resolution  passed at the joint committee  meeting in Nicola or at least the  resolution purporting to be that  should, never have come before  the convention. The committee  had made arrangements for the  pledge arid other considerations,  but the arrangements were almost wholly ignored.  The best policy would have  been to adjourn for fifteen minutes ' until the pledges were circulated and signed and' then it  would have been - known who  was qualified to vote in the  meeting. As it was there were  many/who did not even have a  vote in the riding but they were  apparently brought there for a  purpose and the purpose was fulfilled.'  The motion to adjourn was  wholly, illegal because many  voted for it who were not qualified to vote. But the destruction  of the lirieeting was to all intents  and purposes well planned and  the men who brought about the  adjournment were in sympathy  with the forces who organized  the general plan.  THE B. C. HORSE  There is* a suggestion and it  seems to be fairly well founded  that an effort was made to use  the members of the British  Columbia Horse for political purposes.  If this is true and there is a  strong suspicion that it is then  it"is"rhature"time"thatthegovern^  ment- interfered. The local  squadron of the British Columbia Horse is an important organization. We have always shared  its sympathies and are confident  that properly conducted it would  mean for the realization of the  purpose for which it was organized.:.  But the moment this corps is  used for political motives its usefulness ceases. The personnel  of the various troops comprising  tho local squadron represents  some of the brightest and most  successful young men in the district and we! place the general  rank above suspicion.  We may be wrong, and if so  we stand to be corrected, but we  have been apparently well informed and if our information is  correct then we can but denounce  the method and appeal to the  good sense and judgment of the  men themselves to not yield to  such wrongful influences.  LAURIER'S REVERSE  The defeat of the Laurier candidate in the bye-election in  Drummond, Athabasca, is not  without significance. The home  of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and a constituency around which all the  influences of the federal government have been cast it comes as  a crushing blow to the Laurier  administration that its candidate  should be refused by the electoi-s.  The naval policy was the issue  on which the campaign was  fought and it was evident that  the policy of the government did  not meet with favor. Some take  it that Laurier's influence in  Quebec is waning and there may  be considerable truth in this  theory because it stands to reason that the voting force would  have been true to the government  The very fact that bye-elections  as a rule go with the government  adds to the general surprise and  we can but accept the result at  its true value and foresee a lessening of the influence of Sir  Wilfrid Laurier in his native  province.  Globe Hotel  LYTTON, B. C.  One  of the oldest and  best   hostelries   in   the -  district.      Good   accommodation in all depart-  partments.  A. F.   HAUTIER,   - -  Prop.  LYTTON, B. C.  Land Act  Nicola Land District.    District of  Kamloops Division of Yale.    ~-  Take notice that William E. Green,  of Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted-about  a mile north and a mile and a quarter  west of the northwest corner of Lot  1759, thence north one mile, thence  east one mile, thence south one n\i|e,  thence west one mile. '':'."��� :  , William E. Green,  Per Emmett Todd, Agent.  Date Oct. 15, 1910. ,39-48  Land Act  Nicola Land District.    District of  Kamloops Division of Yale.  Take notice that Mildred Green, of  Vancouver, occupation married woman,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post plantedsat>out  a mile north and a mile and a quarter  west of the northwest corner of ". Lot  1759, thence a mile north, thence a mile  wpst. thence a mile south, thence a  mile east.  Mildred Green,  Per Emmett Todd, Agent.  Date Oct. 15, 1910. 39-48  stone root  compound  is easily the best Kidney and  Liver remedy we have ever  sold. We know what's in it and  can cheerfully recommend it.  AajrthSai  ysu buy  viib ttia  Sold and guaranteed by SJ80  Gemmill & Rankine   -   Merritt  Land Act  Nicola Land District.    District of  Kamloops Division of Yale.  Take notice that Sarah Roberts, of  Nicola, occupation widow, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the  following described.lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  a mile north and a mile and a quarter  west of the northwest' corner of Lot  1759, thence south 40 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence north 40 chains,  thence west 80 chains. :  Sarah Roberts,  Per Emmett Todd, Agent.  Date Oct. 15, 1910. '   ' 39-48  COSTS LITTLE  Accomplishes Much  A.two cent stamp does a lot for  very little money, but it would re*  ' 'quire thousand, of (wo cent stamps  and persoaal letters to make your  wants knowa to as many people at  a 25c. investment in our Classified  Want Ads.  McVittie &, Cokely  Dominion and Provincial  and Surveyors  irrigation. Work  a  Specialty.  Office over Bank of Montreal.   -  Merritt, B. G.  A. W. McVITTIE ., L. S. COKELY  D.L.S.. B.C.I..P. D.L.S.. B.C.LB  When a man wants .a good  he has to patronize;a g' od shop.  And  that's one reason, why he should  come here.  .   '- . ^ v    .  All   classes  of   tonsorial,\_work"satisfactorily executed.  .a \>  W. E. Johnston  Voght St. MERRITT, B.C.  .    Brown's Old Stand...  NICOLA VALLEY INVESTMENT & LAND  -- ��� *"    CO.,LIMITED  '    '   '  Offices Corner Quilchena and Voght Streets.  Farm Lands and Town  MERRITT HOMESITES  USINESS PROPERTY  ��� ��� ������ ..��� *  The future of Merritt as a Commercial, Industrial and  Mining centre is now assured l  The Kettle Valley Railway will be Built  at an Early Date  Acre and half acre blocks at Merritt at today's prices  will prove profitahle buying. Only a limited number  to sell.    Prices and full particulars from:  The  Diamond Vale  Supply Co.,  f _    . _.  <vy  Terms to suit  purses  J  Merritt, B. C.  Manager.  Act now---profit  accordingly Friday,; November 11, 1910  THE NIGOLA VALLEY NEWS  I..-'  Iff.  "Gemmill 6r Rankine Have II'  The Eaton Hurlburt Company are the acknowledged leaders  in the manufacture of exquisite stationery; We; have to  hand a. spleiidid showing of their productions also of the  best Canadian makers. ;   *  In tablets, papetries, and envelopes our showing is not to be  surpassed in  the  valley.    Also a full line of the delicious  Everybody's Bitter Sweet and  them.    You'll like them.  Majestic. Chocolates.    Try  Gemmill & Rankine  Druggists.  Agent for Maeon & Risch Piano.  merritt; b. c.  corralled. This fs something no  one can afford;to' miss or to fail  to take a Miss or Mrs. with him.  E. Jacobs, projbably the best  known mining writer in western  Canada, has a letter in another  column of this issue which  should be read through and inwardly digested by everyone  interested in mining in the valley.  Mr. Jacobs if a ,really conscientious mining man and hates a  "wild cat" like the devil hates  holy water.      ,  Man" and did it well. Tonight "David Harum" is the  bill with Carl Caldwell in the  title role, Miss Russell as Mary  Blake and Roy F. Brandon as  Dick Larabee. Saturday evening that great London and New  York success "Sunday" will be  presented.  The Russell company is far  above the average of companies  playing the interior towns of the  province and will always find a  welcome in Merritt.  LOCAL AND DISTRICT  George Ransom  was a visitor  to main line points this week.  A. Gregg, of Coutlee,   was in  the city on Wednesday.  Bert Riley had the misfortune  to rupture a blood vessel in his  hand which has left that limb in  a numb condition. Mr. Riley is  in charge of the work on the Joe  Collett block which it is expected  will be roofed in by tomorrow  night.  Dr. Curtin was up at Mammett  Lake on Tuesday on professional  business.  . Just a flurry of snow on Wednesday to remind us that it can't  be sunshine all the time.  Mrs. William Mclntyre will  leave shortly for California;  where she will spend the winter.  Gemmill & Rankine, the progressive pharmacists, where  you can buy pills, postage stamps,  powder puffs,, peroxide and prescriptions, have got in their  stock of Christmas pipes and  they, are dreams, pipe dreams,  in meerschaum, calabash, briar  and clay.       ��  J. Guichon, of the Quilchena  Hotel, left for a visit to coast  points on Wednesday.  George McDonald late of Ash-  crpft will open a shoemaking es-  tablisment in Merritt.  G. G. Morissy of Spokane, is  taking in the Valley of Sunshine  this week.  "Whether it is better to drive  a cayuse and get home or ride in  a big automobile and stay out all  night, that Ms the question."  Jack Conklin and A. L. Dingee  went to Nicola in a bubble car  last Tuesday.; They got back on  the instalment plan���the car is  still somewhere down near the  lake.  J.   F.   Gillum,   the   new sub-  agent of the bank of Montreal,  arrived    from    'Greenwood,   on  Wednesday's delayed.train.  Mr.  Gillum is a backer of experience  and comes with'all the earmarks  of a   thorough   western.     Mr.  Smith  left for Vancouver this  morning where he will assume  the duties of manager .of  the  Westminster branch in that city.  He is followed by the good wishes  of his host of friends in Merritt  and through the*, district.".  Many  were at the station  to bid him  good-bye and jje was given a  good sendoff.    The staff: of the  local bank has bf en increased to  include a messenger, A... Leach,  recently of Verrton.  7: J. H. Foster, representing  Kelly, Douglas & Co., of Vancouver, was:. in the city this  week.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thorn left  Wednesday morning for a ten  days' visit to the coast cities.  Lou Austin went over to Kamloops, making the trip in saddle  by way of Quilchena. He returned this week. ,  .  A. W. Strickland, manager of  the Bank of Montreal at Nicola,  visited the new sawmill at Canford last Wednesday.  Gemmill & Rankine's windows  present a very pleasing appearance this week. They remind us  that cleanliness is next to godliness.  Max Denchal who arrived in  the city from Superior. Wis.,- on  Wedensday has gone up the Cold-  water to look after his ranching  interests.  A. G. Ovington, a boy working  in'the Middlesboro mines, had the  misfortune to get his hand pinched while coupling cars. An amputation of the first joint took  place. Dr. Williams preformed  the operation.  , Simpson,". the jeweler, is receiving his Christmas stock daily.  Bunches of silverware, china, cut  glass, diamonds and other sundries are coming in by every  train. There will no_be excuse  to send out cjf town"for presents  this Christmas...,    !  .���a i ' .  The contractors are putting  the finishing' touches on the new  Presbyterian church and the edifice will be .Jready for service in  a couple .or three weeks. William  Voght has donated a beautiful  art window, for the front and  it greatly adds to the general  appeance of;, the church.  BOOMING AT THE MINES  Charles Graham, manager of  the N.-V.'C. &.C. Co. saVs that  the coal situation never looked  better. The pay will be increased this winter and all kinds  of development work will be  done. Mr. Graham has every  faith in the Nicola valley coal  fields and believes that with add-,  ed transportation facilities they  will be the biggest on.earth.  REALTY ACTIVE  The half acres belonging  to  the Diamond Vale Co. just east  of Voght street are being snapped  up these.days. Every subdivision  in Merritt is selling and "selling  fast,  but   a   record   of  thirty  houses in four months built on  the   subdivision   named  shows  where   the   homes   are  going.  Homes are what build up a town  and every additional home means  that much increase to the business stability of the city.   The  four acres between the .railway  track and the school were sold  this week to a local syndicate for  a consideration of about $5,000.  This ground will  be subdivided  and wili make very  attractive  residential property.     The  deal  was   negotiated   by   The  John  Hutchison Company.     i  RAILROAD MAN HONORED  Established  1817. Head Office:    Montreal  PAID UP CAPITAL $14,400,000. REST $12,000,000  Sir Uilwjid Oousloii, Burt. . President and General Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities and towns in Canada,  also in London, Eng., New York, Chicago and Spokane.  Savings Bank Department  (Interest allowed at current rates.)  BRANCHES BN NICOLA VALLEY  NICOLA: MERRITT:  A. W. STRICKLAND, anager. " ��� 3. L. SMITH, Acting Sub-Agent  N'T READ THIS AD.  Those who smoke the Seal of  B. C. or the Daily Service cigar  know what a good smoke is.  These cigars are made in Kamloops and for general quality they  are superior to ,mostjof_them._.  You can buy them in Merritt and  you should make a point to get  them. V  Harry Hearnden, advance  representative of the Jeanne  Russell Company, has been in  the city several days making  friends for the company and incidentally for himself. Mr.  Hearnden is an old time actor,  having played many parts in  many climes, including a three  months'' stand in the Cariboo  placer mines.  Mr. Studebaker returned last  Tuesday night with his big  .white auto from Ashcroft. While  |iway Mr. Studebaker made  several trips on the Cariboo  road.  The marriage of Miss Jean  HMcMillan,; daughter of Mrs.  John McMillan, and Frank Per-  cival Ptolemy, of the staff of the  Diamond Vale {Supply Co. at  Merritt, is announced for November 22nd. Rev. W. J. Kidd will  officiate.  ���J"." ' :������ <y-.)SK. ���,::���? I   ���  .     -A:,, rv     .:���  The Shadow Party under the  auspices of the L. O. L. held in  Menzies' hall last Tuesday ieven-  ing was an unqualified success.  The beautifully decorated hall  "was crowded and��all: agreed that  a splendid time was spent.  Dancing was kept up until a Late,  or to be more correct, an early  hour. The Orangemen have every reason to congratulate themselves on their entertainment.  DELEGATES APPOINTED  Ata meeting of the Merritt,  Middlesboro and District Conservative Association last Monday night-the delegates to attend  the nominating convention at  Spences Bridge; were appointed.  They were as follows:   * .  Merritt���S. N. Dancey, J. S.  Morgan, J. F. Hyland and G. F.  Ransom. ' <'  Middlesboro��� C. A. Seaton and  C. M. Daniells. "  Coutlee-Dr. G. H. Tutill.  Coldwater���R. Walker.  Mammet  Lake ��� G.   Sappen  dowski..  Canford���A. Smith.   ���  Dot���William Schmock.  Chicken���real chicken���not old  rooster���that's the programme  that: the. Ladies' .Aid of the  Methodist church is producing on  Thursday, November 17. There  will be doings. Already the  scouts are out and all of the best  and most fattened spring chickens in   the   valley   have   beien  LIGHTING CO. HOLD MEETING  _  An electric light plant for Mer-  ritT'is^almost a certainty. A  meeting, of the Merritt\ Water,  Light and Power Company was  held last Monday when financial  arrangements were made whereby, subject to ratification at a  meeting to be held next Monday,  a plant giving the city at least  '500 16 candle power lights will  be installed at, once. Street  lights will be part of the undertaking, so that the main business  center of the town, at least, will  not be in .darkness.  It is probable that within a  few weeks the stock of this company will be offered to the general public in anticipation of a  larger plant which will be  necessary before the winter of  1911. Electric light companies  have been paying propositions in  most of the interior towns of the  province and there is no reason  why the same should not apply  te Merritt.  Mr. George Munro, C. P. R.  roadmaster out of Kamloops, who  has retired from the service, was  recently presented by fellow railroad men with a very handsome  chair. The International Brotherhood of Railway Employees,  which made the gift, expressed  in the following . terms its appreciation of Mr. Munro:  "To Mr. George Munro: This  gift is in rememberance: of the  relations which have always existed between you and your subordinates. Your fairness and  hotesty of purpose have endeared you to all of us and we regret  the severance of our association  as co-workers, although our regret is minimized by the thought  that you are retiring to enjoy a  well earned rest. We hope that  you will live long to enjoy the  use of the accompanying token of  our appreciation and while doing  so you will remember the givers  as they hope to be remembered."  m ���  CRIPPEN REPRIEVED  Home Secretary Winston  Churchill ordered a postponement  of the excution of Dr. Crippen,  who was to be hanged Tuesday.  The new date set is November 23.  The authorities here say the post-  ponemen^hlajrTOthih^tO^dOwitir  the reports of Mrs Crippen bieng  alive in America, in which they  do not repose any belief.  UNLESS   ^OU  ARE  INTERESTED  IN  JEWELRY  IF  INTERESTED  IN JEWELERY, ETC.  CALL AT  ONCE AND SEE OUR LARGE ;|  ASSORTED  NEW STOCK  JAMES A. SIMPSON  WATCHMAKER  AND   JEWELER  |ew Coldwater  THE FINEST HOSTELRY IN THE UPPER  COUNTRY-JUST OPENED.  LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED WITH BEST  CUISINE AND ACCOMMODATION.  FINEST BRANDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS  Wm. MclNTYRE, Prop.  MERRITT, B. G.  4  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.  Just opening up in the Old Nash Building, Quilher.a, Ave.-  Two doors west of the new Coldwater Hotel.  CLEANING AND PRESSING A SPECIALTY  GIVE E     A TRIAL AND     .',  ILL PAY YOU  C. STEPHENSON, Merchant Tailor  MERRITT, B. C.:  CHURCH SERVICES  B*B. WW     ��� ��* 1 llivill��.__E~~__rjl.ilR��1*11W  METHODIST CHURCH.  Merritt, Sunday School2 p.m.,  evening service 7 p. m. Lower  Nicola 7:30 p. m.  J. W, Hedley, M. A.,  Pastor.  ST.   MICHAEL'S CHURCH  Sunday, November 13: 10 a.  m., Sunday School, 11 a. m.,  Morning Prayer, Menzies' Hall.  7.30 p. m., Evening Prayer at  ���outlee.       Rev. T. Walker.  JEANNE RUSSELL CO.  Miss Jeanne Russell and her  company of players held the  boards last night at the local  opera house, presenting a play  that pleased the theatre going  public of Merritt. Miss Russell  is a favorite in the west and always draws good houses, being  an actress of great versatility.  On Thursday, evening the  company presented the "Squaw  _A dispatch from Edmonton  states that Thursday's blizzard,  which ushered in winter at least  two weeks earlier than usual,  called a halt to practiically all  the railway construction in thiat  province. .;  1:  The Granby Consolidated Mining,and Smelting Co. of Grand  Forks, B. C, has taken a bond  on the Hidden Creek mines at  Goose Bay, Observatory Inlet, on  porland,Canal, .about sixty miles  north of Prince Rupert., It has  bonded a four-fifths interest for  SHOO, 000, the first payment hav-  Rg..q^xi&\y.)^n7tt^e--,..   L  Anti-septic Shop  We have opened out one of the  best barber shops in Merritt and  we solicit your patronage.  Complete Service in all Department*.  Complete New Ontfit and Furniahingi.  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. THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, November 11,  1910  UNREST IN CAMP OF LIBERALS  Byefelection  in IQuefeec   Last   Week  Source  of   Much  Discussion  at   Ottawa.  ) Ottawa, Nov. 10.���The signs  [oi great.unrest in the Liberal  icamp Here is the sole topic of  '��� /conversation among the govern-  Iment supporters and Conservative members who are arriving  'for the approaching parliamentary session. The election in  ' Drummond - Arthabaska   is   the  ��� source of much of the discussion.  That it  is  a great blow to the  ;";personal prestige of Sir Wilfrid  ^Laurier is not denied by even  \-Xhe most ardent supporters.     It  ��� has caused a drastic halt in the  cabinet   reorganization   plans  "which were well under way  '.���when the   Laurier  mount fell at  ��� the Arthabaska hurdle. It had  . been decided  that Hon.  Sidney  -:,Fisher would be elevated to the  ^���senate to assume the leadership  | or-that body, but this plan has  | been set aside as it is recognized  '<; that to open another Quebec  ���"' riding with the tide of French-  *'* .Canadian sentiment running  "'anti-navy" is   merely courting  ��� another defeat. At present the  < leadership in  the Upper  House  ��� is centered in Sir Richard Cart-  . wright, upon whom the infirmi-  1 ties of age are weighted. Mr.  . Fisher is. known to have been  -.  willing     to   seek     comparative  peace in the Senate, but nothing  I canbe done now until the cam-  : paign on naval education which  -. the Liberal leaders are coniem-  , plating is thoroughly opened in  1 the-.province of Quebec,  '���"' Other cabinet changes are  . mooted, which, however, do not  : affect] the province of Quebec.  J The portfolio of trade and com-  -merce is very likely to return to  the Commons. It has been held  I for some years by the veteran  ' Cartwright, but it is now under-  ,." stood that the valiant knight is  '" willing to lay down the portfolio.  �� The name of Hugh Guthrie, M.  j P., for North Wellington, is  ' freely mentioned as the success-  ; or of Sir Richard. Then there is  r.3��._ M.- Macdonald, .who, it is  \  said, is to succeed Sir  Frederick  Borden at an early date as min-  ! ister of militia and defence.  \ This rumor is most persistent, as  j it is expected the report of Gen-  i eral.Sir ��� John French will end  5 the^ ministerial career of the  \ ""present head of the" beplumed  " and befeathered department.  ..-It was learned today upon  ! practically unquestioned author-  - ity that Mr. R. L. Borden, leader  \ of~th^C6riservatives7^wiirfra*nk=:  J ly tell the members of the west-  jern   farmers'   delegation   when  ��� ' they arrive at Ottawa, that if re-  [��������� turned to power   at   the   next  ���y general election he will accept  ���f -the standing proposal of the  \ United States; and will establish  | free trade in farm implements  . between Canada and the repuplic.  f At the same time he will make  ! an open market for British man-  \   ufactured farm implements.  especial    capability   in  orchard  culture;  Thus far five selections have  been definitely made, in each case  the very best offered site having  (in the opinion of the experts)  been secured.    These are:  Aldergrove: The demonstration orchard.for the South Fraser  Valley to be located upon the  property of Fraser Valley Nurseries Co., Ltd., the site comprising five acres on the Jack:.  man road, and being a part of  the Clark Broth -rs' homestead  of eighty acres, purchased by the  Nurseries company last year.  The orchard will be planted lithe spring, chiefly with apples  and pears.  Hammond: The orchard for  this section to be located on the  John Laity farmstead, compris7  ing five acres of well situated  land, with typical deep soil and  generally favorable conditions.  . Kamloops: The orchard of  approximately five acres, presenting typical characteristics of the  district, to be located on the prop:  erty of the British Columbia Fruit  Lands Co., where exceptionally  favorable conditions to the purposes are found.  Shuswap: The orchard, of approximately five acres of typical  soil, etc., to be located on the old  Chase property.  Salmon Arm: The orchard to  be located , on the ranch of R.  Turner, where all desired conditions are met with.  The work of slection is now  going forward with greater rapidity, and other final slections for  a number of districts may be looked for.in the very near future.  _'.*t  SOFT COIN FOR JOHNSON  Chicago, Nov. 10. ���Jack Johnson, world's heavy weight champion, with a $20,000 guarantee  offered, is likely to go to Paris  to show someL.of the; French and  English fighters that there are a  few ' kinks in the fight game  with which they are not yet  familiar. .  Johnson has received a cable  from Paris making the big offer,  with round trip transportation  for four, and has started East to  spend a couple of weeks in New  York.  "I will be in England in April  anyway," said Johnson, "so  might as well skip over, collect  the coin, and give the Parisians  a glimpse of the real stuff. Just  whom I meet is of little concern.  I hope they uncover something  classy; it would liven things up,  for I see  no chance  of a good  bout in this country.  The owners of the Monarch  mine near Field will next season  erect a 50-ton concentrator and  a zinc separating plant.  SELECTING ORCHARDS  Five of the Experimental Areas Settled  Upon by the, Provincial Department  The work of definitely selecting and locatirig.the* sites for the  Provincial Goverment's series of  demonstration orchards throughout British Colnmbia is proceeding satisfactorily, although necessarily somewhat; slowly, as it  involves a vast amount of investigation and passing upon rival  claims among the applicants.  Before an orchard is located, the  officials of the Agricultural De-  p ir'tment are required to be fully  convinced not only that the site  is one in which all characteristic  conditions of the district to be  served are congregated, but also  that the property owner upon  whose land the orchard is placed  * cared for,   shall be a person of  1 l        ' i" .,  I   have opening  up  a   Lumber   Yard   on  Voght ..iStreeV just, across  from  the   C. Pi  R. station, where ^ will carry a fuil J$e of!  all classes of building   material   including,  lumber, shingles,! line, cement, eto *���"  h      II      .        II.   <!'     >  It; pays to advertise if  ii ��_��� >  *M...     .'  ..'i'V��.'S.    I       l  Prices Will be  Quality of fheVB'esf!;\:  i        **��� -    "  Order Early, ..Al^Orders duickly PiTled  Andrew McGoran  . i  Offices in Lumber Yard.  ���il  m  ii  ���������  of  ���������  Oiir BdK���ry. i$ Now Ready  We Are Doing Business Too  Our ovens are working, welj and jwe are; pleasing  our patrons. * Fourteen loaves of, Bread for $1.    We,  -  are headquarters for anything in the line*of       ,b     ���  ��� I       I '' . _   '     .   I 4  Bread, Cakes^ Buns, Fancy; Pastry  ��� -1 General Baking.  ��� r * ,s - - *'  Prices Right.   -    - Orders will Receive Prompt jftfcehtion:  -M ALONE Y & D ARR AH; -  Quilchena Ave. tr\t    /  - MERRITT,, B. C,  ��� i i.  'k ��  k! .       ..    -  -x      '  "��..   ' 'ill  1    ">���  Merritt Livery and Fe��d !5foJM&  '' Saddle "Horses, and Single and Double Drivers v,'  on Shortes't'Notice. ^   a/!Good accomodation for horses.    Express meets  all trains.    Buggies for hire. ��� -  ^ ��� t,    I .    _  A. J. COUTLEE, Prop.,        -       Merritt, B. C.  ��     f      i (     -i*- -   *���  ti.A.Han  .   1-U   I  LIMITED  Real Estate and Insurance   nkananan  Lands  All glasses of Investments Placed/ /*  Head Offices:  Verrton; B. C.  'L^  ->y-y~(@>  h'  Water Notice  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 occupation of the applicant Stanley Kirby,  Nicola, B.C., Hotel keeper.  (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 jin 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[ 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 licensees  who or whose lands are likely to be  affeeted by the proposed works, either  above or below the outlet.    None.  Lytton's Pppnlar Hotelry  Boillie Hole!  Good   Meals,   Good Comfortable  Beds and Best Serv'ce.     Rates  Reasonable. ������"     -:-  Walter C Keebie  Proprietor,'* "" "'���  ���"',': '"���"���������'*LVVfON;'BiC.:  .4 1  l.-l'     '  'ill  ".1  STANLEY KIRBY  Nicola, B.  C.  Trada Asaya-Neurall��**  THE     NEW    REMEDY    FOR  Nervous  Exhaustion  Grief and worry, drain the ner-  vous system with disheartening  rapidity. Tlip': signs are lack, of  interest, lack of appetite, insomnia. The only Remedy is Food, Rest  and nerve repair. ''Asaya-IJ'eu-.  RAr,i," is and makes possible this  cure. It feeds th.e,nenTes, induces  sleep, quickens the appetite,, aids'  digestion, restores nerve vitality.  $1.50 per bottle.> Obtain from  the local agent.  GEO. M. GEMMILL,  Merritt,  B. C.  Better Look  .-. - ��� ��� . -; <:  .���_*:.���/ ���.���-.i..!.: _i":j: :?a^!c���/���.:%-r.r.������.���.- .,  ;���.-: So .many .accjdfint* are caused. ,  just because peppl.e don't take a;' .  ���'���' look at the pi,o'per"Vfl6lrneri't.; ���'��� '���    ���  ,, ,-   Thejsame.is-tjiue-jof insurance.    ..  You hear.so.many men��ay that :  : ��� i f they h acl' tH ought" th:e*y would  have insured.' Theydeaveit too  ;lllte.>._ ...,.:,__. .u--.��.k': .��.. '..   i  Y<?u Jowe it'to youMelf^ancl to  your* i'umily'-to   be   px'otected .  ij^gainst lo^spnd.a policy, jn. the  '  National Assurance Co';,"is"one  ��� "���? bf the^best 'pmtecCivc agtenuies  ,;. .iii,the world.v/,.  u*::- iJ.__-.i- .:.:  ti'y.-'-:-ite.  LIFE  ENDOWMENTS.  3|h^.v;f;News.  also    hsts  clas& JoB Printing Dep  tiiriiiiig out the  best  Job^^^P  ..-."tj'-l  "��" ��� tt.s.  ...   .. -    ���   "_';  a  iinrfi  ..\i_  ...      .:*���..  NATIONAL ASSURANCE CO.  S.  N.  DANCEY, Agent  Merritt, B. C. j**:'  FJMDAY, fNbvember 11, 1910  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  ^.^^......Land Act���-';���  Nicola Land District.  Kamloops Division of Yale.   5  Take noticeithat Margaret;M.  Grimmett -of Nicola, married  woman,'intends applying to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands for  permission! :tb purchase" the" following" described lands:  : Commencing sat a post, planted  'one mile west, of the northwest  corner of Lot 1779, Pike mountain, thence west one mile, thence  south one mile, thence east one  mile, thence north one mile.  MARGARET W GRI      ETT  ���Per Archibald^. McVittie  August 5, 1910.   ,39       Agent  Land Act  Nicola Land District.  Kamloops Division of Yale.  Take notice   that   Martin   L.  Grimmett  of Nicola,  Barrister,  ' intends applying to the   Chief  Commissioner of .Lands for permission to purchase the following kescribed lands:   .  Commencing at a ppst;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.  Land Act  " "     District of Nicolai.  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  Kamloops Division of Yale.Land  District���District of Nicola.  Take     notice     that    William  Thompson of Dupuyer, Montana,  U.S.A.,   occupation  rancher, in-  _ tends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described  lands :  Commencing at a post planted  at the 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= ���.:.  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. v .,...'_ .  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.  N.Vola, Sept. 23, 1S10.        33-42  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District-  District or Yale,  Take notice that Bella R. McDonald, of Merritt,  B. ���'., occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  ���Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles  north and 1 mile west of the northwest corner of  Lot 1775, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80  chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east 80.  chains to the point of commencement, contairiinfir  640 acres more or less.  Bella R. McDonald,  Date Sept. SO, 1910. Hush McGuire, Agent.  87-48  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 described 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  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, thence 80 chains west,  ; thence 40 chains north, thence 80  chains east, to initial post.  Matthew Marquart.  Peter Marquart, Agent  September^, 1910.       31-40.,  . 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  north west corner of lot 1154 thence  east forty-three (43) chains and sev-  -enty~(70)~links"to"the~west~boundary~6f  the land applied for by Louis Holman,  thence nortn 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 moreor less.   .  Robert Frank Morrison  June 13, 1910.  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 a post 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.  . Alexander .��� St rickland.  Stanley Kirby, Agent.  Septrmber 9, 1910.        33-42  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.       37-48  Land Act  >      Kamloops Division Nico'a Land District.  District of Yale,  Take notice that I. Bridjrie McGuire. of Peters-  borough. Ontario, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following, described lands: _  Commencinsr at a post planted at the southwest  corner about 2 miles west of the southwest corner of Lot 903, thence running north 80 chains,  thence east about 20 chains to the west boundary  of Harriett Magiere McCullough, thence south  about 30 chains to the southwest corner of Harriet  Magiere McCullough'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. 2G, 1910. Hunh McGuire. Aprent.'  37-48  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 toJ purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  S. W. corner;of/Lot 354; thence run-  ning"hortherly 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,  PerH. B, Hicks, Agent.  Date September 8th. 1910. 34-43  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District.  District of Yale.  Take notice that I, Clarence Morpran, 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 the northwest corner of Lot 910,  thence running west 80 chains, thence south 60  chains, thence east about 20 chains to west boundary line.of Harriet Magiere McCullough, application applied for, thence north about 40 chains to  northwest corner of HarrietMagiereMcCullough,  thente east 20 chains, thence south 40 chains,  thence east about'20 chains, thence north 40  chains, to northwest corner of land applied for by  Emily McCullough, thence east 20 cnains, thence  north 20 chains to initial post, claiming about 420  acres. Clarence Morgan.  Date Sept. 26, 1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  37-48 - ' .    ,     .  Land Act  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District.  District of Vale.  Take notice that I, Laura McDonald, of Merritt,  B.C., occupation married woman, intends to apply  for permission to purchase thefollowingdescribed  .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 (340 acres pasture land  more or less. -   Laura A. McDonald.  Date Sept, SO, 1910'. Hugh McGuire, Agent  37-46 v.  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 80 -chains, thence south  80 chains, thence east 80 chains to the southwest "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,  Date Sept. 2G, 1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  37-48  east thirty (30) chains, thence south  sixty (60) chains, thence west thirty  (30) cnains to place of commencement  and containing one hundred and eighty  and five-tenths (110.5] acres more or  less. ���  Er'nent Edmund Coley.  Dated October 14, 1910. 39-48  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. The name, address and occupation  of the applicant is Frank Maitland  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 pre  emption 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.  Qui/chena,. C  ��*��9Wt__H______S��  Land Act  Nicola���Kamloops Land District.  District of Yale.  Take notice that Edith Bateman Morgan, of the  town of Merritt, B.C., occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the Southeast  corner of Bald lands, thence following the right  bank of the Nicola river. 80 chains to the North  west corner of Lot 170, Group 1. Kamloops Dlvi  pion of Yale District, thence Southerly 5 chains to  point of commencement, containing 5 acres more  or less,  EDITH BATEMAN MORGAN.  J, S. Morgan, Agent.'  August 30th. 1910        29-88.  Land Act  '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 587, thence west 60 chains, thence  north 20 chains to Indian Reserve line, thence  easterly along line 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 lesB.  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 the following descibed  lands:  Commencing at a post piantcd at thc N. W.  Corner Lot 364,  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 6. 1910. 29-39.  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale "Land 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 chaihs, 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 Notice  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District.  District of Yale.  Take notice that I, John Murphy, of Spokane,  Washington, occupation hotel clerk intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:     " -  Commencing at a post planted about 2 1-2 miles  east of the nortwest corner of Lot 902,' thence  north 80 chains,/,thence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 8o chains to point of  commencement and containing 640 acres more or  ��� " ��� ������ %   . John Murphy,  Date Sept. 29, 1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  47-48. ������,...  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 about  1 mile north and 2 miles east of the  southeast corner of Lot 902, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to the point of commencement  ment and claiming all vacant ground,  640 acres.  James A. Anderson, Applicant.  Hugh McGuire, Agent.   September 29, 1910. . ~ 37-48   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 about  3 miles north  and  1  mile west of the  northwest corner of Lot  1775, thence  north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence  west 80  chains to the  point of commencement  and containing 640 acres more or less.  JOHN GRASSER, Applicant.  Hugh McGuire, Agent.  September 80th, 1910.       37-48  When in North Bend stop at  C.P.R. Hotel  . You can get the best satis-'  faction for your money. Local  trains stop thirty minutes for  lunch. We have the name of  keeping one of the best host-  elries along the line.  J. C. Clarence  Manager  DAILY  STAGE  SERVICE  Land Act'    ';  Kamloops Division of Nicola Land Dis-  J"." trict-fDistrict of Yale. '"���'  Take notice that I, Patrick H. Kennedy, of  Princeton, B. O,, occupation miner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about 2 1-2 miles  east of the northwest corner of Let 902, thence  south 80 chains, thence, east 80 chains, thence  .north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to point of  commencement and containing 640 acres more or  less,  Patrick H. Kennedy,  Date Sept. 29, 1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  37-48.'  *   Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land District.  District of Yale.  Take notice that I, Harry Whaley, of Spokane,  Washington, occupation hotel clerk, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about 2 1-2 miles  east of the northwest corner of Lot 902, thence  north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to the point  of commencement and containing 640 acres more  or leas.  Harry Whaley,  Date Sept. 29,1910. Hugh McGuire, Agent.  37-48    .  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land  District���District of Yale.  Take notice that I, Rannel J. McDonald of Winnipeg, Man., occupation  farmer, intends to apply for permission  to purchase thej following described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  8 miles north and 1 miles west of the  northwest corner of Lot 1775, thence  north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.  Rannel J. McDonald, Applicant.  Hugh McGuire, Agent.  September 30, 1910.       37-48  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.  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land  District���District of Yale.  Take notice that I, Ernest Edmund  Coley, of Nelson, B.C., occupation civil  engineer, intend to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  southwest corner about two miles west  and oue-half mile south of the southwest corner of Lot 902 and marked  "E, E. Coley's _Jouthwest! corner,"  thence north sixty (60)  chains,  thence  Commercial  Hotel  NICOLA  for a good  square meal.    Best   of  accomodation and comfort  Rate $1.SO per day  Home of the travelling public.  Good comfortable rooms and excellent dining service.   Rates C  are reasonable.    Just give us a call.    Representative meets :?.  all trains. I  McGillivary & Veasey, Proprietors.  Ashcroft, B. C. - .  Prepare for Xmas  We are prepared to fill with the utmost despatch all ;  orders coming from outside points. . X  _ i  The Christmas 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 Birks & Sons, Limited  Jewelery Mail Order House  Geo. E. Trorey, Man. JDir.   * Vancouver, B.  3  I  OS  Spend   your summer vacation at  SAVONAS  along the shores of Kamloops Lake.    Splendid fishing and hunting.  Pleasure spot for sportsmen ^ "5  Lakeview Hotel J  ���   ' ' '   ~v        ��� '���    4  Provides" for your every want while you are enjoying the   beauty Js��,  [of "this popular resort. ��  A  _________ * *'**���  Adam Ferguson, Proprietor j  Nicola  Meat  Dealers in Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork and  Sausage, Poultry, Ham and Bacon. Fresh Fish always on  hand. Orders receive prompt attention.r Cattle bought  and sold by the carload.  I. Eastwood  Manager  4  ��  |  ���<_.  ���_*  17  _1_~.MV>*  (Formerly The Driard)  A**J  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. i;    i**  S. KIRBY, Prop.  NICOLA, B. C.  Use Cream in Your Coffeef  ��� "������': ���.'*    ��� ^  It Gives a Delicious Flavor    I  CREAM SUPPLIED EVERY DAY.  BEST QUALITY OF MILK DELIVERED.  WAGONS PROMPT IN MAKING CALLS.  THE MERRITT DAIRY  I  rt."  ::���/_���������.  JOHN BLACKWELL, Prop.  ��  S  ��_  ���i  . No matter what you m|y require we can do it-do ij^well.  ^fThe Nicola Valley New* 8  I  w  THENICODA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, November 11,  1910  Hoii. Richard McBride lias 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.  ���^marayaaffsrawwr^^  ST^_n.f_Bd^---z���ft^^  8  '���t  .'���>] i  ���'t!_  IS  We have a very complete range of Pall Underwear and Clothing  for Men, Women and Children.  *tJ  X  a  Children's Buster  Brown Suits  in all sizes and assorted patterns.  $4.50, $4.75 and $5.00  Hand Unit Mufflers  A great protu';';;:��". lor the throat and chest.  This little garment is a great favorite.  Try one of."our leaders at  xp i ��_^o*  Boys' 2 and 3  Piece Suits  o '  ���< Smart little suits and big values at  $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 and lip.  lien's Sweater Coats  A Large Assortment  Ranging in Price from  $2.50 to $10.00  Men's Underwear  KnitfedirWooI Underwear^���an sizes  S��w\&L��Liz*l  <t I    "^rk  Qui*  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.  Ladies' Underwear  FgI La asLWl nter  Combinations in Silk and Wool  Special $4.50 and $5.00  Hygiene Ribbed     T^GNir,iaLd'ne    $ 1.75 Suit  J  . V 1  Don't overlook that fail sust.   We are the headquarters for clothing,  . "���  *��� 4 I  **'"������''!���-.    HP.W-B_ lH^"P��!W1W.W^J1��"-1l._l.l.|)|.,.!l'll'_��


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