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The Nicola Valley News Jan 27, 1911

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 y- ca- v  f:tB I    1911  ._����  CO  Vol. 1, No   50  MERRITT, B.C. JANUARY 27, 1911  Price .5 Cents  CD  ������__'  0O  Tl  DisyssE  Plaintiff  Tangled   His   Evi-  ? dence on Cross-examination.  It is not exactly an ordinary  occurrence for a warrant to be  sworn out accusing a man of a  crime befoi'e the said crime,' or  alleged crime, has been committed. Such, however, was the  startling turn of affairs which  developed in the police court at  Nicola last Tuesday morning before Magistrate Rolfe in the horse  stealing case of Ed. Pierce vs.  Fred Gilchrist. During the proceedings "Red" Pierce proved  himself to be the original Tanglefoot Kid.  Edward Pierce, a Minnie lake  trapper, (better known as' 'Red")  accused Fred Gilchrist of-Aspen  Grove with the somewhat serious  crime of horse theft. He had  retained H. Colin Clark to prosecute.the case, while M. L. Grimmett appeared for the defendant.  We have only space to give a  summary of the evidence as far  as it went���which was not far.  Pierce evidently had purchased  the horse from an Indian named  Myres Michell, and possessed a  . bill'of sale. Later one Oliver-  Walker and "Red" had some sort  of dealings, and in Guichon's  store at Quilchena a bill of sale  was drawn up for the purpose "of  transferring the horse to Walker.  Pierce admitted he had told sev-  ~'-erat' persons" fhat he ha'd-'given  Walker a bill of: sale, and even  went so far as to acknowledge  he had told one person  that it  was "the last d d bill of sale  Walker will ever get from me.''  Then he unblinkingly swore to  the court that Walker never received the bill of sale and that he  was only to get it when the "long  saw   the  animal   at   Gilchrist's  when he served the summons.  Pierce swore that in an interview with Gilchrist the latter  intimated he was going to take  the horse but did not want any  trouble. Pierce (evidently feeling like real money) replied that  he would fight it out if it cost him  $10,000. Horse was worth $100,  and only one he owned.  Mr.'Clark thought the magistrate had power to amend the in-  tormation to make the dates read  strright, it being quite clear that  Pierce had lost his horse and that  the information was merely informal and technical anyway.  A little cross-fire and the citing  of authorities took place between  the two, legal luminaries.  After sizing up the knotty situation for a few minutes, Magistrate Rolfe decided to dismiss the  case without calling upon any of  the,numerous witnesses .present.  Costs were taxed to to the complainant.       "  Mr.   Clark  intimated  that an  appeal would be entered.  ���   "Red'' Pierce rode out to Quilchena Tuesday evening with a  gunnysack full of calendars.  Messrs Bennett & Reid, who recently opened up an up-to-the-  minute gents' furnishings establishments in the McDonald block  on Quilchena avenue, have decided to put in a complete stock  of ladies ready-to-wear garments.  They have been fortunate in being able to secure a lease of both  stores in the new block.  One store is already devoted  to men's furnishings exclusively.  The other is now being equipped  with shelves and the latest devices for the better display of  ladies' wearing apparel. A large  stock of the very latest of fashion's decrees is now en route to  Merritt and Messrs Bennett &  Reid hope to be able to open up  their new department by February 1st.  -o���  Sneak Thief  Steals Watch  green" was put up.  However, Walker was leaving  the country and sold the horse to  Gilchrist. ��� - The latter did not  deny taking the animal out of  Harry Earnshaw's field, where  Pierce had him pastured ; hence  the warrant for horse stealing.  Pierce said he missed the horse  on Jan. 5th of this year.  ' In cross-examining Pierce, Mr.  Grimmett asked him to think  carefully and try and recall upon  what date the horse was stolen.  "Fifth of January," came the  reply.  "Then how is'it that this information, made out on the fourth  day of January, says that the  horse was stolen on December  5th, 1910?"  "Don't know; must be some  some mistake ; ain't much of a  hand at rememberin' dates, but  it was took January 5th," said  the Tanglefoot one.  "Did you see Gilchrist take the  horse?"  "No. sir."  , Mr. Grimmett asked that the  case be dismissed because of its  weakness, in that there was nothing to work upon, the prosecutor himself swearing that the  crime took place a day after the  information was made out.  Mr. Clark-put up a strong plea  for Pierce, saying that a man  Hying his isolated life kept no  track of time or tide, thathe was  obviously of a nervous temperament and that he was unused to  such things as blue papers.  ("Red" should not have grinned  at this last remark.)  .'������; .Constable Ash knew the horse  and the men and knew Pierce  had possessed such a horse.   He  Bob Sealey Robbed of His Watch  While Sleeping.  . ..Robert-Sealey's-bedroom,,.;, im  the Coldwater, was a good hunting-ground for a sneak thief last  Monday night.  Sealey retired about Midnight,  and when undressed he hung  his trousers at the foot of the  bed. At some time in the wee  sma' hours.an -Artful Dodger  prowled into the corridor with a  view to ascertaining what the  occupants of the rooms had to  offer in loot. ' He opened the  door of Sealey's bedroom, and  finding the trousers hanging well  within reach, removed them to  the corridor, where he- went  through them out his leisure.  About all he secured was a gold  _-watcla=of=considerable===value_=  The Artful Dodger was extremely inconsiderate, inasmuch as he  failed to replace the trousers  where he found them; and left  them lying on the hall floor.  Evidently the sneak thief made  a tour of the hallway before he  finally effaced himself. A commercial traveller heard someone  trying to open his door about  two o'clock in the morning. He  coughed loudly and whoever was  trying his door at once ceased  and started off down the hall.  This traveller thinks that later  he heard someone open another  door near , his own. Perhaps  this may have been the room in  which Sealey had so innocently  slept.  The police were notified next  morning and in the afternoon  two suspects were 'taken to the  Station and there searched, but  nothing that would identify them  with the larceny was brought to  light. ..;;,:.  It is not known how the intruder effected an entry into the  hotel; but it is surmised that the  door at the back stairway must  have been left open by someone.  BUY IN TOWNSITE  Mr. J. P. Boyd reports, that  during the past week there has  been a considerable activity in  lots in the Diamond Vale town-  site and also in acreage of the  townsite company. There appears to be a sentiment among  local residents in favour of homes,  in the real meaning of the word  "home." Rented houses are-"well  enough in their way, but everyone feels really secure when they  know that they have a claer title  to the roof under which they live.  WE GET HELP  A. S. Bennett, who has been  spending the past month up at  Quilchena, returrfed to Merritt  last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Bennett is now "one of us", having  joined the staff of the News. If  -the scintillations of an epigrammatist dazzle you with their brilliancy when you peruse these columns at some future date blame  it on Bennett. He will accept the  responsibility.  til discovered about 8 o'clock next  morning by a Siwash, who ran to  the home of Joseph Guichon to  impart the news. The latter  soon had a rig ready and the unconscious young man was driven  tb the Quilchena hotel. Duncan  Macphail was immediately called  from Nicola and for many hours  worked over the unfortunate victim, sewing and bandaging.  ��� In a few weeks; Baytes was  able to be out and-left" with hiss  father for Wallaehin, where the  latter has interests. Later, the  young man suffered relapses and  spent some time in both Kamloops and Vancouver hospitals-  all to no avail, however ; the doctors say he cannot live. One day  a couple of weeks ago he had no  iless than 24 convulsions in nine  hours, due to bone pressure upon  the brain.  r��� The elder Baytes, who had been  in the employ of the British government in India for 28 years,  had come to this country upon  h'is retirement, ��� After looking  b'ver various sections he decided  to send for his son Falvey, and  bought for him a fine cattle  ranch near Stump lake. Both  father and son were highly respected in the' community, and  the news that young Baytes; who  had such a promising career  ahead of him, is going home to  die, will be received with regret  by all who know him.  LAST SECTION OF STEEL  IS ALMOST COMPL  who were surprised by the early  arrival of midnight and refreshments. The host and hostess did  everything in their power to make  everyone enjoy themselves to  their full capacity. That they  succeeded is evident from the  unanimity with which those who  were fortunate to have been present testify to a pleasant evening.  When the time came. to break  up Mr. and Mrs. Kirby would  not hear of the visitors from this  section attempting to return in  the cold, and insisted on them remaining all night. In the morning a hearty breakfast was served and the Merritt delegation  hides them to the train.  Expected  That   Rail-Laying  Will   be   Finished Next  Week.  SUPERINTENDENT HERE  E. G.) Green,  MR. T. J. SMITH  Mr. T. J. Smith, president and  general manager of the Diamond  Vale Collieries Ltd., who suffered  a severe, attack of typhoid fever  shortly after his return from the  Old Country last November, is so  far on the road to health again  that he will be able to leave the  Vancouver General Hospital next  week and return to active business. He may be expected in  =Merritt=about=the-middle=of=Feb^-  ruary.  ADDITION TO STAFF  The mcrease in the amount  of business handled through the  local branch of the Bank of Montreal has made it imperative that  the staff employed here be increased. An assistant ledger-  keeper, Mr. R. C. Lewis, has accordingly been detailed from  Vancouver. He arrived last Monday night, and took up his work  the following morning.  ���. ;���o������   Mr. H. Fraser has left for Will-  iamstown, Ont., where he will  spend some time visiting his family and relatives.  Defective Bed  Is Replaced  for  The ladies of St. Michael's  guild will give a St. Valentine's  dance February 14th. Full particulars next week.  A NEW DEPARTMENT  At the request of a large number of  friends  and  customers  GOES HOME TO DIE  Falvey Baytes, who met with  an accident near Quilchena early  last August which shocked the  entire community, is on his way  home to England, accompanied  by his father, M. Baytes.  The accident, it will be remembered, occurred on the dark night  of Saturday, August 6th, when  young Baytes was riding a spirited horse through the reserve on  his way home. The animal, galloping at full speed, collided head-  on with a big pine tree. The  horse was killed and Baytes had  his skull fractured and his face  terribly lacerated, besides other  serious injuries to the body. He  lay on the roadway all night, un-  Contractors Put in New Bed  ******v     Power Plant'Engine.  The electric light plant, which  was put out' of .commision the  greater part of the week, on account of the*bed on which the  engine was laid being composed  of inferior concrete, which crumbled under the strain, which the  heavy runs submitted it' to, is  again furnishing electricity.  Messrs Hinton & Kenny put a  gang of men to work as soon, as  possible and made a new bed;  taking care that the proportions  of sand, cement and gravel were  correct. The engine was turned  over on a test run Thursday afternoon and the lights  switched  ���Pn_in___the-e-vening Everything  rah smoothly, and it is highly  improbable that there will beany  further trouble.  The first street arc light, a two  hundred and twenty volt carbon  lamp, was erected on the Voght  street front of the Coldwater  hotel last night.: The illumination is a decided improvement to  the hotel front, and the street;  It is to be hoped that; the near  futuz'e will see more of these  lights installed at the intersection  of principal streets. t  The'Merritt Light,; and Power  company is now prepared to cope  efficiently with any demand that  superintendent  on the  Messrs  McMillan and . Murchison, who  are running four camps was  in town'this week. Mr. Green  first steam shovel  -Prior to his con-  McMillan .& Mur-  Green ha.d charge  of all construction for the V.. V.  & E. R. R. & N. Co. A thorough railroad man, he learnt his  business,, literally, "from the  ground up." He reports that  McMillan^ and. Murchison , are  making first class time with their  contracts.  ^^all^c-jrisiijuction "work  jK'.'V.   construction   for  brought the  into Merritt.  nection with  chison, E. G.  ,-.V_v,  BUlds^ANNiVERSARYf;; *. "  ..More than one braw Scott felt  a thrill of pride last Wednesday  morning, when he realized that  it was the'.-great day of his  country, the anniversary of Bobbie Burns, the poet of the farm,  the worker, of '��� alKS cotia and,  some say, bf all humanity. '.The  Scottish Shakespeare was born  one hundred and fifty two years  ago, January 25th 1759; just two  years before the death of George  II.. What he wrote .of his father  may be applied to himself;' 'E'en  in his vices he leaned to virtue's  side."  To honour the event  a   dance  wasJielcLiiuMiddlesboro.  INSPECTS WORK  J. E. Griffiths, provincial government engineer, paid a visit to  Merritt over the week-endfor  the purpose of inspecting the  plans of the location of the extension of the Kettle Valley  Railway.  On Sunday he made a trip over  the right of way and noted  By the middle of next week it  is expected that the first ten-mile  stretch of steel, on the Kettle  Valley line out of Merritt, all  that will be laid until after the  winter breaks, will have been  completed.  The long delayed and anxiously"  awaited ca rloads of ties arrived ���  last Tuesday evening.    On Wednesday evening rush orders sent' ���  the sleepers to the front and rail-  laying was resumed.  Mr.  Macdonnell,  of , Masdon-,  nell, Gzowski & Co., left for the''  coast the end of ^last .week.   Ass  stated in our last last issue, it is  anticipated ;that .the contract for'  the first thirty miles, which this'..-  firm holds, will be completed by 7  August/: In order to do this it/-  will be necessary to put on abouti ���  two hundred more -men.��� ������*'������>*. zT.  Labor is not as as easy to sel-A-1  cure as the contractors would like'. 7  This is due to the fact that there-  is so much construction work bej-jj  ing undertaken in  the province j  that the   men who follow this '-  business, always rovers,, find an; j  opportunity to gratify'their desire -'  to make constant changes. Whatsis likely to be the effect ,on the .-.  labor supply when,'the contract-H  ors for C, N. R. undertake'to exT:'|  tend their work and the C. P. R: 7  cdmmence-theTr^-rmle'- * branchVr  to the south of'Golden, it is diffi^..'  cult to conjecture. ��� ^  The line from the .Coldwater ���  divide to Aspen Grove is ..under-^  stood to ave not been definitely''!  settled upon by the engineers, j  Five trial lines"were run in the"'  vicinity of the latter township;'".  the last, while" offering a water ������-  grade, also gave "access to the  copper claims there.  *~iIN A SERIOUS CONDITION     y  At time of going to press Wm.' -.'  Voght'is very seriously -ill with:.'  pneumonia.    Last evening Dr:^  Tutill called in'Dr.  Williams inr  consultation and oxygen was ad--'  ministered   to    strengthen   the ,".  heart   action.     This   morning,,  though weakrthe^atie"nt"isl.leaF_���  headed and able to converss with  the many friends who have been  visiting him.   Mrs. Marshall is in  constant attendance.'* '���",. .  Mr. Forrester,   representative  of Crehan & Mouat, of "Vancouver, accountants, is in town auditing the books of the   Diamond.  Vale. ���L  Mrs.  W.   E.   Green   and   the [  pro-1 Misses Campbell of   Vancouver/;'/  gress of construction, with which] are the guests of Mrs. Roberts at 7  he expressed himself as pleased.  -���Kr  LADIES' AUXILIARY  All ladies interested in the pro-  ,        __��� ���    _.  -i .   ht     .,,/.   I posed new hospital  for'Merritt  may be anticipated in Merritt in |knd,surrounding district are re-  quested to meet in the hall over  Nicola. The numerous friends  of these ladies will be pleased to  learn of their return to the valley.  the next two years.  A wag has dubbed Quilchena  avenue "the great, white way."  This is on account of the illumination furnished by the many  brightly lighted stores and business houses.  ��� '������:-  : Telephone subscribers will  please add to their lists Bennett  & Reid, No.  40. ���   o   DANCE AT NICOLA  Three sleigh loads of Merritt's  gay blades, besides a number who  went by train, were guests of Mr.  arid Mrs. Stanley Kirby, of Nicola, last Wednesday evening, at  a Burns' anniversary dance.  The biting crisphess of the  weather added a zest"to the recreation and the hours passed all  top quickly for a large number  Armstrong's store next' Tuesday  afternoon at half past three; for  the purpose of forming a Ladies'  Auxiliary.  BIRTHS  Born:��� On Saturday, the twenty first inst, to Mr. and Mrs. F.  M. Kilmer, of Quilchena, a  daughter.    -; ,.,     ,,.   j  Borri:--Tb Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes  of Nicola, a son; on Dec; 18th.  1911. [We regret that earlier  announcement of this was inadvertently ommitted from our columns.]  ....���-     ���  H. Greig has purchased the  house and acre of G. H. Devonshire on Voght street.  J. J. Marks has purchased the  interest of M. J. Gallo in the  Home Sweet Home restaurant.  Under his management the -, reputation of this restaurant is bound  to be maintained at the present  high standard.  ���-o  METHODIST CHURCH. ,  Services, Sunday, January 29.  Nicola 11 a. m.  Lower Nicola 3 p. m.  Merritt, Sunday school 2. p.m.,.  Evening Service 7 p. m. ";  Subject;���' 'When prayer is un- \  answered". ���  "���    J. W. Hedley, M. A.,  Pastor.  ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH.  Services, January 29.  10.30 a. m. morning prayer  Canford1.   ~  4 p. m.,   Evening   Prayer  Lower Nicola.  No services in Merritt.  ,      Rev. T. Walker. L. Th;  at;*.*'  '^slat ; THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, January 27, 1911  5  tl  Eighteen miles from Merritt, has 40 Acres of Hay Land and the balance of 160 acres is all bottom  land and self irrigated and fenced on three sides.   Stock with this ranch consists of fifteen head  of cattle and three horses. PRIOE $3,900.    Eirst Cash Payment $1J50.  IT  on Quilchena Ave. and opposite Merritt Mercantile Company, will be on the market until  February 15, for $ 1300. JjJfUJQ Cash Payment.  Balance in 6 and 12 months.  Close to the neW Bank of Montreal residence,  with small barn and shack. Compare adjoining  property and prices and then get my price.  First Cash Payment will handle this and  13 months for balance.  FEET  Only 100 feet from the corner of Voght arid Granite of which the owner  is asking #3000, will be on Sale MONDAY THE 30th JANUARY from 10 a.  m. until 5 p.m.   FOR  CASH PAYMENT,     Terms Arranged.  A Frontage Lot on Voght St., 50 x 120 Ft. and  only 200 ft. from C.P.R. depot. First Cash payment only  $ 100.00  500  will  secure  5 Roomed House  Painted and decorated, with lot 52 1-2x127 1-2  ft., fenced, this house is in splendid condition  and RIGHT IN TOWN. This house is only for  for sale for 10 days, SO HURRY.  Will Purchase Lot 16, 50 ft. x 120 ft. i  This Lot is high, dry and level and  is the bsst BUY IN MERRITT.  REASONABLE FIRST CASH PAYMENT Will  be accepted.  EAL ESTATE  >��  Phojne 38  _,  Office Morgan Bldg. 'Friday, , January 27, 1911  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  and the balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.  a house painted white with green trimmings and lot 50x120 ft. on  and Merritt Hotel.  icola Ave. between Garcia Street  . �����  MERRITT, B. G.  .....   QUILCHENA QUILLINGS  jfibe Bowman is recovering  from an acute attack of tonsilitis.  Frank O'Keefe, the well know  Dpuglas lake cow puncher, was  down a couple of days this week.  Frank is always a welcome visitor and every steer in the country  knows him.  The boys here are seriously  talking of organizing a society  to y> promote the importation of  marriageable young ladies. John  Hawkins, B. K., is the Big  Squeeze in the movement.  Charlie Matthews, late of Merritt, is now employed on the Triangle ranch.  * Lawrence Guichon returned  on Sunday after a three weeks'  visit to the coast. This was Mr.  Guichon's longest holiday in fifteen/years. He says he enjoyed  it immensely although glad to get  back : home again. Lawrence  disappointed the boys here, as  they confidently expected he  would not return alone, and had  a charivari all planned out.  "Tex*" Carson, of "special police", fame in Merritt, passed  through -'Quilchena   last   week,  after stopping over long enough  to tell the credulous of his many  deeds of valor upon the plains of  the famous cow state to the  south���and why he vamoosed.  Billy Austin and Billy Jasper  are busily engaged at present  drawing baled hay from Beaver  ranch to Nicola, from which station four cars are being shipped  next week to Wallachin for the  B. C. Horticultural Estates, Ltd.  Constable Ash of Nicola was in  the scenery city Friday and Saturday in connection with the  Pierce-Gilchrist horse stealing  case.  Wm. Hawkins of Springbrook  ranch and "Captain" Hillier,  whose present address is Nicola,  will have a lawsuit scramble at  Kamloops within the next three  weeks. The latter has entered a  claim for wages which the former affirms are not owing.  It is quite probable that,Jos.  Guichon will put Quilchena town-  site on the market in the spring.  Lots and acreage on and near the  lake front will be sold at very low  prices. The location and general  topography of the site are ideal,  and the lots will doubtless go like  hot cakes. Quilchena is destined  to become still more widelyknown  as a summer resort, with the generous improvements Mr. Guichon  proposes to make along the lake  shore. A boat house will also be  built, and it is expected that a  fine launch will be plying between-  Quilchena and Nicola the coming  season. Then, too, Quilchena  has a bright future in store for  her in more ways than one���with  the practical assurance of railway  connection within three or four  years. Everyone hereabouts is  happy, prosperous and optimistic.  M.L. Mieville, plow-motor superintendent for the B. C. Horticultural Estates, - arrived here  from Wallachin on Saturday and  left Sunday to pay a visit to the  company's recently a c q u i r e.d  tracts of ranch property here.  Mr. Mieville was accompanied by  S. E. Durant, a. newspaper correspondent of London, Eng.,who  is writing up, an exhaustive  sketch of the big concern's interests in this country. Incidentally, he will cover Nicola  valley, which he thinks is "simply  grand and a big surprise to me."  On would think that Quilchena  would be dead at this time of the  year, but you do not need to  bring along any flowers if you  should happen to pay a visit.  A 45 Colt's in the hands of a  half drunken half-breed is usually  an invitation for "home and  mother". Not so with one of  Quilchena's heavyweights, however, last Thursday evening. He  just walked up to that half breed  grabbed him by the throat with  one hand and took the gun away  with the other, Then after a  few swift kicks he informed the  would-be bad man that it was 23  and a lemon for his. The half-  breed could not get to his horse  fast enough and make for the  hill. The gun, which was fully  loaded, was retained, as a souvenir.  Oscar Smith, known as the  "Montana Kid," came in from  "Hell's Half Acre," near Minnie  lake, the first of the week and  reports the trapping business  quite brisk.  J. J. Marks  M. J. Gallo  Home Sweet Home  RESTAURANT  Voght street, south of Merritt Meat Market.  First-class cooking by white cooks  Meals Served from 6 a. m. to 9 p. m.  The Nicola Valley Meat Market received a carload of beef  early in the week, which is now  being shipped up the Coldwater.  Ashcroft Hotel  .Home of the travelling public.  Good comfortable rooms and excellent dining service.   Rates ���  are reasonable.    Just give us a call.    Representative -meets '  all trains. . f  McGillivary & Veasey, Proprietors.  Ashcroft, B. C.  $1  The Strain  of Service  A Corset improperly made  throws the strain of service  in the wrong places, and  not only distorts the corset  but the figure as well, producing injury and discomfort.  _  W. B. Nuform  jCorsets  are made durable, are scientifically andlanato-  mically correct, and in so many styles and  sizes that every woman can be sure of a proper model to suit her particular figure.  They softly embrace the figure, gently forming smooth curving lines, without imparting  that feeling of binding so prevalent in ordinary corsets.  Men's Suits, the latest  styles  and  patterns    .    .    $12.50 to $35.00  Boys Suits, Buster Brown, very neat  and up-to-date     .    $4 to $15.00  Men's   Overcoats,   coats   that are  dressy and good values $15 to 30  FOOTWEAR for Men/W  i i    Hockey Boots, Jwith ankle support,  Special $4.00-���.-,*;  We carry a complete stock of Groceries and   we guarantee satisfaction.  ,Try a Pound of our Butter, you will like it, 40c Pound. THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, January 27,  1911  HE NICOLA VALLEY NEW S  PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY  Subscription $2.00 a year  in   advance  Six months'$1.00  One dollar per inch per month far reirula ad-  vertisinsr. Land and water noticca $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 luree contract ad-  vcrtiainjt.  Address  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  P'O, Box 20 Merritt. B.C  Phone 25.  L~ABEL_> 12  THE WARD SYSTEM  For some time past, in fact  ever since incorporation first became assured, there has been  quite a little discussion among  the electors, on the ward system  of municipal representation.  Under the Municipal Clauses  Act the representation of electors  on council boards is based upon  a division of municipalities into  certain defined sections of the  townsites embraced in such municipalities, from which certain  men generally two are elected to  . the municipal council. These  sections into which a municipality is divided, are called wards.  Hence the ward system may be  defined as the system by which  councilmen are made representative of definitely, segregated sections of a community. The representatives from one ward  work with a view to obtaining as  large appropriations for their sections of a town as possible.  The sectional feeling inevitable  under such a system precludes  the possibility, as long as human  nature is what it is, of the council working together with that  broad outlook which is an essential of successful adminstration.  It is becoming more generally  recognized every day that, to obtain the utmost efficiency in civic  adminstration, the commission  form of government is just as  well adapted to small as to large  municipalities. There is a sen-  timentIn Merritt in favour of  the elimination of ward politics  in aldcrmanic selections. If the  wards are to be eliminated a  charter amendment, or even an  amendment to the Act itself, will  be necessary.  Why not go in for a straight commission form of government?  Bob Lowery, of the Greenwood  Ledge, comes a bit too late with  his suggestion about grmming  our pants to hang on to the water  waggon. The tragedy occurred  two weeks ago.  NICOLA LODGE OFFICERS  The installation of officers of  Nicola Lodge, No. 53 A. F. and  A. M., 1911 was made the occasion  "ii-ie   K_;L'i_.i*u_.-e_r��'6   l~*.h  A Ll:de Extra Care   Now   Kay   S_.v  After Years of Regrvi  C!-i]clrc'i_-';ilu.y -so iiatil . ii.iL iii.3 : ..._���':  perspires and die hair has :t : eii0i_.K\..  to mat hh'.I set sticky on is... sc.lp  Soap and .water dousn't .-oeui to remove it, but the lialr must, bieutlic  to be healthy, .lust try Nyul's llir.-,u-  lonu. Juib it into the roots of i liu hair  with the- -balls of the lingers. The  children like it and ..will ask you to  use it. Hirsulone loosens w\\ the accumulated dust and i-orspf ration unci  the hair and scalp can thon he easily  and thoroughly cleaned. After it is  dried give another application of ITir-  sul.one. After you have used it for  a whllt. yuu will adr.iii it is the best  you have" ever used. your Nyal Dru_r  Store will clicerfuily ���ua rantee Uirsu-  >G.ii��   'o   do  all   (!������-!'   f"   "'   ' "'1   for  it.  One for each everyday ailment  Sold and Guaranteed by  Gemmill & Rankin,    -   Merritt.  FOR SALE  Three Roomed House and Lot  on Quilchena Ave., just below  the Merritt Mercantile store.  Cash or terms. Apply J. Cairns,  Merritt, B. C.  last Thursday evening, at Nicola  for a most enjoyable banquet.  Right Worshipful Brother 'W. F.  Hayden, D. D. G. M., of Kamloops, came down  to install the  officers.  Nicola Lodge has rented the  upper floor in the Reid building  in Merritt and after March 1st  will hold its meetings here.  The new officers are:- W. M.  M. L. Grimmett; S. W., S. J. Solomon; J. W., A.R. Carrington;  Secy, F. S. Gay;Treas, N. J. Barwick; S. D. T. Neslop; J. D., Dr.  Tutill; S. S. Howell John; J. S.,  G. M. Gemmill; I. G., W. E. Dodd  Tyler, A. Fyall.  Good Living  means that the food  you eat is of the very  best that can be obtained in the local  market. If you buy  your meals at the  Merritt  Restaurant  you're certain of the.,  best.  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.  DftN MUNRO  Stables:    Coutlee Avenue  Merritt, B. C.  Orders Promptly Executed.  ���AND-  BUILDINGS  will no doubt locate between the Bank of Toronto corner and the  C P. R. Irack on Voght Streef  BUT  >e selling my Goods  consisting of everyday wear for both  MAN and WOMAN  and can outfit you from HEAD to FOOT in  Winter or Spring Goods  ?  and  MY PRICES are within the reach of all.   A CALL  from you WILL CONVINCE YOU  Morgan Building Opposite Coldwater Hotel.  MERRITT, B. C.  Our Gents Furnishings and Shoes are all Union mjj^,  Look for the BIG SIGN  i  ��  8  Houses I Have  Wired  We have installed, or are about to instal,  complete lighting equipment in the following business and private houses:���  G. B. Armstrong, departmental stores.  The Coldwater Hotel.  The Merritt Mercantile Company's departmental stores.  Murk Block, to be occupied by the Bank  of Toronto.  J. S.Morgan  & Sons'  general  store.  R. J. McGregor's premises, oil and  paints store.  M. L. Grimmett's law offices.  N. Barwick's harness shop and store.  Southern B. C. Lands and Mines Company's premises.  A. W. Strickland's   new residence.  M. L. Grimmett's new residence.  W. Voght's residence.  Joseph Collett's residence.  Andrew McGoran's business offices  and residence.  Alex Coutlee's   residence   and livery.  Elite Restaurant and   Rooming House.  Sam Costango's Rooming House.  The Home Sweet Home Restaurant.  A. B. Kennedy's Electric Show rooms.  The Merritt Court House and Jail.  G. Irwin's residence.  Dan Munro's livery office.  The Priest Block, tccupied by C. Stephenson, tailor.  F. Slough, residence.  We are content to rely upon the satisfaction given to those with whom we have  done business, for our recommendation.  A Twist of the Wrist Turns on Electricity  Let Me Wire Your Building Eor You  Come to my place of business, at the corner of  Voght and Coutlee streets, and let us show you the  very latest designs in electric chandeliers, domes  and portable lamp brackets and light shades.  I make a specialty of tHe famous Tungsten lamp,  the greatest money saver and brightest light-giver  ever invented.  Before decideding to locate in Merritt, I was associated -with Messrs.  Collier & Brock, of. Montreal, as general superintendent of all their contract electrical installation work; and more lately was in business for  myself in Vancouver. '  In the past three months I have put over five miles  of copper wire in Merritt buildings.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  V  Cor. Voght and Coutlee Sts. MEJRRITT  To The Public  WARNING  In placing the contract for the wiring of  your buildings it is well to bear in mind  the fact that the Traveling Inspector for the  Insurance Companies will be in town in the  near future and that he will condemn all  electrical installation work that is not up to  standard. Several jobs have already been  condemned.  Insurance companies will not insure  buildings in which the lighting system is  unsatisfactory to their inspector.  This is an Age of  Specialists  For your own safety if you are contemplating the wiring of your building, it  is cheaper in the end to consult a specialist  in this line. Jack-of-all-trades may have  done before the Underwriters demanded  a certain standard.  8  ���a Friday, January 27, 1911  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  'Gemmill & Rankine Have It"  SURANCE  At this time of the year when colds are prevalent, Scott's Emulsion insures a speedy  and safe recovery and not having it handy  you are in the same position as the man  whose policy lapsed the day before the fire.  Premium $1.00.  Gemmill & Rankine  Druggists.  Agent for Mason & Risch Piano.  MERRITT, B. C.  committee, however, are unanimous in their expressions of appreciation of the thoughtfulness  of Mrs. Steffens in sending these  tokens of her interest in and desire to further the hospital movement.  LOCAL AND DISTRICT  M.   Cruickshank  returned  to  "Bullamachine" last Wednesday.  Mr. George Murray, of Nicola,  was in town last Tuesday morning.  Mr. A. E. Howse, of Nicola,  has returned from a business  trip to the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Priest  have moved into their new home  on Granite avenue.  On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jos.  Collett leave for Kamloops. Mrs.  Collett will remain there for a  month, While Mr. Collett spends  a week at Harrison Hot Springs  and after that, two weeks in  Vancouver.  PLENTY OF WORK.  Cruikshank & Wallace, contractors on construction of an irrigation ditch south of Walhachin  expect to complete their present  contract in about two weeks,  when they will commence on the  irrigation work for the B. C.  Horticultural Estates at Walhachin.  This latter contract calls for  the construction of a three mile  ditch between Deadman's and  Eight-mile creeks.  After this is completed they  have t e contract to construct a  ditch and flume to the old Collett  and Moore ranch, which is   now  the property of the B. C. Horticultural Estates. This will be fun  twenty miles, with a ten-foot  bottom, to distribute water on  the farm lands.  Cruikshank & Wallace propose  to bring in a portable sawmill  for the purpose of cutting the  timber to be used in the construction of the flume from the  right-of-way on which the flume  will be carried. After this contract is disposed of the saw-mill  will be taken up the north fork  of the Thompson river, where it  will be used in getting out ties  and timber for the Canadian  Northern construction gangs.  IT PAYS T0�� ADVERTISE.  Lot 11 in Block 17, with a frontage of 120 feet on Vought street,  almost directly opposite, to the  building site secured by the Bank  of Toronto last week, was purchased last Saturday from A. N.  C. Rutherford, of  England,   by  Mr. Harold Greig, of Metritt.  Negotiations were conducted by  long distance phone and cable.  Mr. Greig informs the News  that he intends to place this lot  on the market in the near future  at a price which will make it an  attractive buy to any investor.  A striking illustration of the  value of advertising in this paper  is given in the purchase of the  last lot in Central View by Mr.  S. Wade, editor of the Inland Sentinel,  at  Kamloops. Two   other  lots have also been purchased by  Kamloops investors   during   the  past week. As Mr. Greig patronizes the   News   exclusively   and  practically everything so far offered has been sold, the  value of  inserting an "ad" in these columns is strikingly illustrated.  Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mathews,  of Nicola spent a few days at the  Springbrook ranch last v/eek.  Mrs. McGruther was a visitor  to Nicola this week, having been  driven over by Mr.   Cruikshank.  Mrs. A. R. Carrington, of Nicola spent a few days of the past  week with her parents at Lower  Nicola.  Mr. James Corbett was in town  last Monday on business.   He report, that all stock is   wintering  f 77��t77m being fed.   o   Mr. H. Colin Clarke  engaged  in his first legal battle since  his  ,   arrival in the valley at Nicola on  Tuesday, as counsel for the plaintiff in the horse-stealing case.  o  Miss Mae Marriott, of the  Messionette Millionery and Dressmaking Parlors, has returned  from a two months' trip to eastern points.  >pnng  ig of Dry Goods  FEBRUARY 1st  ontreal  Established  1817. Head Office:    Montreal  PAID UP CAPITAL $14,400,000. REST $12,000,000  Sir Edward Clouston. Dart.  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 IN NIGOLA VALLEY  NICOLA:  A. W. STRICKLAND, Manager.  MERRITT:  ��� J. F. S. GILLUM, Acting Sub-Agent  Having secured the entire ground floor of the McDonald Block on Quilchena Ave.,  we are stocking the vacant half with a full and up-to-date stock of DRY GOODS.  NO   OLD  STOCK  EVERYTHING NEW, and with the close personal attention we are in a position to give  to this line, coupled with years of practical experience, we will have a showing of DRY  GOODS of superior selection to suit the requirements of all.  Ladies' and Children's Footwear  We are also adding a fine range of Ladies'  and Children's Footwear and are  handling only the best makes in Canada at prices that will surely interest you.  A GOOD FOUNTAIN  PEN  Will last you a life time, so why not buy the  best (which is the Waterman's Ideal) and have  a lifetimes satisfaction.  JAMES A. SIMPSON  Agent for Waterman's Pens and Edison Phonographs  u  FIT-REFORM" CLOTHING  Don't forget that we are the exclusive agents for the best line of Clothing made  in Canada. The number of orders already placed with us for "FIT-REFORM"  SUITS is evidence that the men of Merritt appreciate good clothing. See our  Spring Suits before placing your order.  FOR ALL ROUND SATISFACTION SEE  OLDWATER HOTEL  Mr. Archer, the well known  and popular traveller, arrived in  town last Monday evening. Mr.  Archer represents the B. C. Leather. Company, of Vancouver.  ������    o  Mrs. Jane Pooley entertained  a large party last Friday evening  when a number of Nicola and  Merritt friends assembled at the  Tamerton ranch to "trip the light  fantastic."       THE FINEST HOSTELRY IN THE UPPER  COUNTRY-JUST OPENED.  LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED WITH BEST  CUISINE AND ACCOMMODATION.  FINEST BRANDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS  SPECIALISTS IN  Wm. McIntyre, prop.  MERRITT* B.C.  D. J. Sutherland, provincial  road superintendent for the Nicola district, paid a flying visit to  Merritt, over the week-end with  Mr. Griffiths.  Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McGregor  are making a combined business,  and pleasure trip to the coast.  Mr. McGregor will purchase the  stock for his new store while in  Vancouver.  MEN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS BOOTS  "Tooks" 4  ply Linen  Collars 2 for 25c.  OUR MOTTO :  One Price to All.  President   Suspenders  50c a Pair.  G.A.Hankey&���o.  LIMITED.  Real Estate and insurance  Okanagan Lands  All Classes of Investments Placed.  Head Offices: -      - Vernon, B. C.  Mr. William. Vought was taken  seriously ill with pneumonia last  Sunday evening. Dr. Tutill was  sent for and responded immediately. He engaged Mrs. Marshall  to nurse the sick man.  Jini Madden, better known   to  ��� his intimates as "the Big  Kid",  ; visited    Quilchena,     sometimes  called the metropolis of the upper  ; portion of the valley, last Satur-  : day.   ~�����H ������. :  : Miss Lennon, of the Coldwater  hotel staff, who has been so seriously ill for she past couple of  months, left yesterday morning  for the coast on a visit to friends.  While not as yet entirely recovered, Miss Lennon is rapidly convalescing.  a  A very pleasant dance was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  Jesus Garcia last Tuesday night.  A large number of the many friends of this popular couple were  there and spent a most enjoyable  evening. Refreshments were served at midnight and the party  broke up quite early in the morning. ���       :,-,.,  Joe Bernard, son-in-law of Jesus Garcia, who broke his leg  while working up the Coldwater  a month ago, is staying with his  father-in-law at his ranch. Bernard hobbles around on crutches  now, and will soon be able to  walk as usual.  Lancelot Clark, of Victoria,  who came up to this valley for  the purpose of recovering his  health, has been staying at Guichon **s hotel in Quilchena for the  past month. Mr. Clark is a son  of G. C. Clarke, a provincial stock  j udge, who presided at the' fair  at Merritt last fall. He is greatly, recuperated since his arrival  in the valley of sunshine.  "���'���'" ",." ��� o" i '���- .' ' -y  Mrs. Steffens, of Mamette  Lake, has sent in a fancy cushion  to be drawn off for the benefit of  the hospital fund. The cushion  is a most elaborate one and well  worth competing for. Mrs.  Steffens also sent in for some  tickets to the Hospital Ball, but  her letter arrived too late for  them to be sent to her before the  night of the dance.   The  dance THE- NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, January 27^,1911  Voght Street, Merritt.  The place where you get  just what  you   want,   and  just   the   way   you  want it, at any time you want it.  Have you tried the Star Yet ?  STEEL & FAULKNER  Proprietors.  e Merritt  Under new management and many improved facilities.  More accommodation and of the beat.  In every department we aim to please, and we generally succeed.  COMMERCIAL  TRADE  A   SPECIALTY.  Best of Wines and Liquors Always in Stock.  GEO. McGRUTHER, Prop.  Merritt, B. C.  Prepay all shipments to your nearest railway station.  Your goods cost you not one cent mora than the resident of  Vancouver pays.    You want to benefit by  the   prices   the  manufacturer and importer quotes, then write for our 1911  ; catalogue, and at once your railway station and post office  becomes a branch of our Western store.  We refund money when goods are not entirely satisfactory.  . Henry Birks. & Sons, Limited  Jewelery Mail Order'House  Geo. E. Trorey, Man. Dir. Vancouver, B. C.  Let Us Supply You  With Bread  We are installing an up-to-date bakery and will be in aposition  to supply you with the best quality of bread.  We will have a  delivery wagon  on  the route every day and  orders can be given at the house. ..   .  We sell tickets good for fourteen loaves of bresd for $1.00.  SMITH & CLARKE  Bakers and Confectioners  .Quilchena Ave. 'Merritt,-B-*C  !?���:���  PHONE 24  Nicola Valley Transfer  Company  TRUCKING    AND    DRAYING   A    SPECIALTY  ... .DEALER  IN ... .  Lumber, Lath, Lime, Cement, Hoy, Groin and Peed  GEORGE RICHES  Granite Avenue  MERRITT, B. C.  L*u  The Nicola Hotel  (Formerly The Driard)  Leading hostelry of the town.    A popular resort for the  summer months and comfortable home for the winter.  Best of accommodation and service in all  departments. k  S. KIRBY, Prop.  NICOLA/.B. C.  Johnnie McLean  In Trouble Again  Faces Dual Charge of Drunk on  Reserve.and Horse Stealing  Provincial Constables Noble of  Kamloops and Lee of Savonas  arrived in Quilchena on Wednesday of last week, coming via  Mamette lake and Merritt on  horseback. They departed for  Kamloops, overland, on Friday  morning, having in their charge  a half-breed prisoner, one Johnnie McLean, who was arrested  on a dual charge���being drunk  on the reserve and horse stealing.  It appears that lately several  horses have disappeared from the  corral of Frank Allison, a liveryman  of Kamloops,   who has   a  ranch about' twenty miles from  that city.    One of the norses was  a   thoroughbred   brought   over  from Hedley and quite valuable.  What directed suspicion to McLean was a remark which he is  alleged to have passed to Allison:  "If anyone will give me $5.00-1  will tell where that horse is." - -  While Johnnie has a rather unenviable reputation, still the cowboys and others arouud the upper  section of the valley do not. believe   the  right man has  been  "grabbed."   On the trip to the  governmeut lodging house   the  prisoner (who looks so handsome  and innocent that he might easily  be    mistaken    for    a    mission  preacher) rode one of the cayuses  supposed to have been:stolen,.  Two-years .ago last if all McLean  was placed in limbo accused of  murdering Indian Joe Lecamp in  a drunken row. He was in Kamloops jail about six months before  the trial was finished. An Indian  woman sworie that Johnnie did  the killing, but as the evidence  was insufficient he was acquitted.  Ropes-a  Reminds the Natives of How A.  Raspberry Corraled a Bear  A Well  Dressed Man  INCREASES HIS CHANCES  He has?a;  Better: Show  To Get Along in the World.  ,Iet, me fit you for a suit  and you will be a better  pleased man. Stock. and  prices are. just right.  MERCHANT TAILOR  Quilchena'Avenue     "-"-       West  A half-breed roped a coyote on  the Douglas lake range on Thursday of last week. This is a very  unusual- occurrence, for a coyote  is rarely caught napping. However, he had just sprung over a  bluff and did not see the cowboy  and his horse, who happened to  be "standing at ease" behind a  clump of brush. The breed -got  his rope ready and spurred up his  cayuse. The coyote was taken  completely by surprise, and although he made a lightning dash  for the open���swish-sh���and the  lasso landed neatly over the critter's head. It was all over in a  minute and the cowboy's dexterity with the cord netted him exactly $7.50���$5 for the pelt and  $2.50 bounty.  When the news of this strange  capture reached Quilchena it reminded  "the boys"  of a much  more remarkable occurrence some  two years ago when Archie Raspberry   corraled a large,   young  black bear, after" "punching" it  for five miles���just .the same as  he would.punch a three-year-old  steer.    Archie was riding home  to his ranch when he happened  upon the bear.    He was unarmed  but felt in the proper spirit to  have a.little fun with Mr. Bruin  ���and he was mounted on a cayr  use   as fearless as its master.  Digging in  the  spurs he made  straight for. his bearship.    The  animal turned tail and careened  down the trail in  long bounds;  Archie kept close. after  it and  when the bear made a'break to  one side the cowboy headed him  off���just'the same as if he were  on a round-up.    It would be a  hard tale to credit if so  many  could not vouch for its authenticity ; but it is a fact that Archie  punched   that   bear a full five  miles���just as if it were a wayward cow���and landed it inside  one of the branding corrals  on  the ranch.    Standing guard, he  shouted to'the boys in the shack  to bring him a gun.  The skin was .purchased a few  days later by J. A. Guichon at  the Quilchena store. Archie takes  hispeculiar adventure as a.matter of course���as he takes everything ' else���but there are few  cow punchers who care to ' 'steer''  a big black bear into a corral.  FOR SALE OR TO LET  One lot, on   Quilchena  avenue with  itent=14^eetby^0___fe(!t,_=__^^  Johnston's  One of the   best   appointed  shops in the interior.  Razors Honed.  All  classes  of   tonsorial   work  satisfactorily executed.  W. E. Johnston  Voght St.  ���MERRITT, B.C  Globe Hotel  One of the oldest and  best hostelries in the  district. ^Good 'accommodation in* all depart-  ,    partments. 'y.^y^y ;  A. F.   HAUTIER,.���,,.J!j|rop.  :i���;:v.^������V^.^���.LYT^_t^^R���::���i-^.���,.-  lumber Hoor and frame and boarded and  sodded   around   bottom.     One   No.   8  cook,  stove  nearly  new.      Immediate  possession. - Cash  or  terms.      Box X  News office. 45-49  ML. GRIMMETT  Buri-isler and Solictor  Notary Public '  Solicitor for the Bank of Montreal  Barwick Block  Merritt  Little Gem  Restaurant  and  Rooming  House  Best of Sei^rice.  Coutlee'Ave.,      Near, Depot  Sam Costango  ��� /."\**_' ���'���  %  rrop.  Nicola Valley  -Dealers in=  Prime Beef, Mutton Lamb  Veal and Pork.  Poultry, Ham and Bacon.  ^Manufacturers of-  Strictly High Grade Delicious  Fresh  Pish  always  on  hand.       Orders receive prompt  attention.    Cattle bought and sold by the carload.  I. Eastwood  Manager  The Spring is Almost Here?  Now is the time to get in before the Spring rush starts. ���  We have exclusive listings of the best ranch and town lots  in the valley.  The John Hutchinson Co,  ; Old Coldwater Hotel Building, Merritt  J. Hutchinson, Notary Public and Conveyancer.        Insurance of all kinds.  Just Opened Up  erritt Meat Market  You are invited to inspect the choicest of  meats at this new market.  Drop in, we can satisfy you.  L. Castilloo  Proprietor  Metropolitan  MEAT MARKET  NICOLA, .C.  The".hoicest of Beef, utton, etc., always on hand.  Fresh Fish, Eggs and Vegetables.  T. HESLOP, Prop.  Andrew McGoran, Proprietor.  DEALER IN  Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Lime, Cement and all kinds  of Building Material.  Lumber Yard and Off ices :  Voght Street, near C. P. R. Station, Merritt.  Merritt Livery and Peed Stable  Saddle Horses, and Single and Double Drivers  on Shortest Notice.  Good accomodation for horses. Express meets  all trains.    Buggies for hire.  A. J. COUTLEE, Prop.,  Merritt, B.C. Friday, January 27, 1911  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Grim Reaper  Takes His Toll  J. Williams, Friendless Laborer,  Killed by Train Last Friday/ '"'  A verdict of accidental   death  was returned by   the   coroner's  jury at Dot, convened last Saturday evening by   Coroner   Tutill,  for the purpose of   investigating  the circumstances leading to the  death of J. Williams,   a   laborer  employed until January 17th   at  Bright & MacDonald'   construction camp,   up   the   Coldwater.  Williams was making his way to  Spence's Bridge on foot last Friday, morning when   he met his  death; evidently through being  struck down by the westbound  morning train from Merritt_ The  parcel  of underclothing,   which  he was carrying at the time he  met his death* was  ripped  open  and the garments were scattered  for a distance of ten miles along  tne track from the  scene' of the  tragedy.  According to the evidence given  at the   inquest   Williams   must  have   been, returning   from    a  spring beside the railway track,  wnere he had gone to quench his  thirst, when, the   train   coming  along,   he decided   to   try   and  "jump"  it  and   ride   into   the  Bridge on the rods: in trying   to  do this he probably, ignored,   or  was unaware* of the fact that- a  large proportion of the box-cars  in use on this branch of the C.  P..R." do not have the brace rods  placed in the same position as in  the older and more familiar type  of car; the new   type   of   beam  re-eitforcement   eliminated   the  brace rods. He lost   his   footing  and was struck on the back   of  the head, the force of the blow  producing concussion of the brain  and subsequent death. His bundle  was caught up by the train' in  some way and dragged along the  track and torn open, the various  articles within   being  scattered  along the track" for "about   ten  miles.  ^.Theoretically the foregoing   is  probably correct.    One witness,  who is believed to have been the  .  last to see him alive,   the   train  crew having   sworn   that   they  never saw him, testified sthat on  Thursday Williams   came to his  cabin below Dot and asked if he  would put him up for the night.  This witness agreed to   do  and  gave   him a bunk.    On   Friday  morning Williams left early, saying that he would take the road,  Land Act  Nicola Land District.  Kamloops Division of Yale.  Take notice that George H. King of  Chipman, New Brunswick, occupation  lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:" |.    v  ���  ;;  Commencing at apost planted at the  northeast corner and marked George  H. King's southeast corner, post, 'and  on Main Dry Creek about: four miles  from its junction with Five Mile Creek  and about four.jniles.westerly from Lot  939, thence-north '40' chaihs, thence  west 20 chains, thence south 40 chains,  thence east 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres more  or less. ..*-.���  GEORGE H. KING.  Alex, McKay, Agent.  Date November 29. 1910.  Take Notice that AddingtdnP. Long,  of Vancouver, B.C., occupation cabinet  maker, intends to apply for permission  to purchase w the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  southeast corner and marked Adding-  ton P. Long's southeast corner post,  and about four miles from the mouth  of Dry Creek and one-half mile west of  the said Creek, and about four miles  westerly from Lot 939, thence north 40  chains, thence west 20 chains, thence  south 40 chains, thence east 20 chains,  to point of commencement, containing  80 acres more or less.  ADDINGTON P. LONG.  Alex. McKay, Agent.  Dated November 29, 1910.  Take notice that Larkin Burpee  Briggs of Vancouver, B. C., occupation teamster, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described rends:  Commencing at. a post planted  at the north-east corner and marked    "Larkin     Burpee     Briggs'  north-east    corner   post,"    and  about five   miles   distant   in   a  north-westerly direction from the  north-west corner of Lot 939 and  at the head of a small  stream  which empties into Siwash Creek  about four miles north  from its  junction   with Five-mile   creek,  thence south 40 chains,   thence  west 40 chains, thence north 40  chains, thence east 40 chains to  point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.  Larkin Burpee Briggs.  46-55 Alex. McKay, Agent  Dated November 28th, 1910.  Land Act  Nicola Land Distiict. Kamloops Division of Yale  Take; notice that I. Lacey K. Johnston, of  Montreal, occupation engineer, intend-i to apply  lor permission topurchat>f.the following-described  lands: '~ .  Commencing at a post piantcd 3 miles east and  00 chains north of northeast coiner of Lot 1137,  thence south one mile, thonce west one mile  thence north onemile. thence east one mile  LACEY R. JOHNSTON,  1'or Archibald W. McVittie, Atfent.  Date Oct. 17, 1910. .|i-50  Land Act  Nicola Land District. Kamloops Division of Yale  Take notice that 1. Leonie Hut Ii lirotherton. of  ledihnirtoi.. Kn.rland. occupation spinster, intends to apply for permission to purchase the fol-  Iowinir described  lands:  Commencimr at .a post planted about :) miles  e��st and f.ij chains north of northeast corner of  Lot ] 1K7. thence north one mile, thenco west one  mile, thence south one mile, thence east one mile.  LEONIE RUTH  I.ROTHERTON.  ��� Per Archibald W. McVittie. AKcnt,  Date October 17, 1910. 41-50  Take notice that Fred E. King of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation dentist,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  southeast corner and marked Fred E.  King's southeast corner post and on  the west fork of Dry Creek about four  miles from the mouth of Main Dry  Creek and about four miles westerly  from Lot 939, thence north 20 chains,  thence west 20 chains, thence south 20  chains, thence east 20 chains, to point  of commencement, containing 40 acres  more or less.  FRED E. KING.  Alex. McKay, Agent.  Date November 29, 1910.       46-55  Take notice that Elizabeth  Scott of Vancouver, occupation  widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  lands:  Commencing at a post planted  at the north-east corner and  morked '"Elixabeth Scott's north  east*corner post," and on Dry  Creek about three and one half  miles from its mouth, thence  south 40 chains, thence west 20  chains, thence north 40 chains,  thence east 20 chains to point of  commencement, containing 80  acres more or less.  Elizabeth Scott. .  46-55 Alex. McKay. Agent  Dated November 29th, 1910.  Land Act  Nicola Land District. Kamloops Division of Yale  Take notice that 1, Marjory Evans, of Vancouver, occupation married woman, intend to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:  v'Commenciwr at a post ..planted about 2 miles  east and 20 chains south of northeast corner of  Lot 1137, thence GO chains south, thence GO chains  east, thence 60 chains north, thence 60 chains  west.  MARJORY EVANS,  Per Archibald W. McVittie, Atrent.  Date Oct. 17, 1910 41-50  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale Land  District.    District of Yale.  ���Take notise that Chaales B.  Gordon of. Vancouver, B. C, occupation stenographer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:  Commencing at a bost planted  about 100 chains east of Stephen  A. Brooks pre-emption No. 457  on wost branch  of  Otter Creek,  B. C, thence south 40 chains  and intersecting station K 1540  of the Kettle Valley railway survey, thence east 20 chains, thence  north 40 chains, thence west 20  cooins to place of commencement  and containing 80 acres of land.  CHARLES B. GORDON  By R. Z. Cnandler. Agent.  November 15th, 1910.  A Good Idea m Hair  Treatment.  The ttouble  the outer edtre with *_, v ^ dab on  it into a brlfde_swnch l?r"fsl,-��,rw  head-jab in  L  feH^^.JS1, Ve!  it  sro ��t  that.     ICW  na>��-P'n��-ana  Hair is like any other growintr rhino  ���it needs attention���it nS c.���. f  needs thorough grooming veguUrW "  not   only   the   htiir   1.1,1    n?���   '<r.''Viai '> ���  thorough  only   the  hair  but   the  scalp  If  you   have   the   time        V-a,p'  you    won't   need    any  most   women   haven't,  tiling   i?   Nyal's   Hirsutone  best   thing-   offered   to  of hours  of combing-  ^J^J��,nos  up the  r��ots,  brightens  thr��  color,  improves tho textureI and  m.kp  lt JJay  gracefully   whom   it   "     make3  Hirsutono    literally  neglected   hair.  Your   Nyal    _  ommends Hirsutone  because he knows.  _ In  artistic   bottles   $1.00   ana   50c  , and patience  hair tonic���but  The next best  , . It is th��  take the placo  and brushing.  ,    is  put.  revitalizes     tha  DruggisL  cheerfully  rec-  because he "  Land Act  Nicola Land District.    Kamloops Division of Yale  Take  notice   that   I,   R_c Ernest  Johnston, of  Montreal, occupation  engineer, ' intend . to apply  for permission to purchase thefollowingdescribed  lands;  Commencingat a post planted about 2 miles  east of northeast corner of Lot 1137, thence one  mile south, thence one mile west, thence one mile  north, thence one mile east.  R. ERNEST JOHNSTON,  Per Archibald W. McVittie, Asent.  Date Oct. 17, 1910. -12-50  Take . notice that Laura King, of  Chipman, New Brunswick, occupation  married woman, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  southwest corner and marked Laura  King's sonthwest corner post and  about five miles distant in a.northwesterly direction from the northwest  corner of lot 939 and at the head of a  small stream which empties into Siwash  Creek, abou? four miles north from its  junction with Five-mile creek; thence  north 40 chains, thence east 40 chains,  thence south 40 chains, thence west 40  chains to point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.  ���.,. LAURA KING.  46-55 *     ,   Alex. McKay, Agenfc  Take notice that Grace P. King, of  Vancouver,. B_ C, occupation married  w oman^ihtends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands:  ' Commencing/at a post planted at the  south-west corner and marked "Grace  F. .King's south-west corner post," and  about two:and.one half miles westerly  from Siwash.creek and about three and  ond half miles northwesterly from Lot  939, thence west 30 chains to point of  commencement,'-' containing 80 acres  more or less.  GRACE F. KING.     ...  46-55 Alex.jiMcKay, Agent.  Take notice that Alexander  McKay of Vancouver, B. C, occupation engineer, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted  at   the north-west   corner   and  marked    ' 'Alexander   McKay's  north-west corner post," and on  Dry Creek about three miles from  its mouth, thence south 40 chains,  thence east  20   chains,   thence  north 40 chains, thence west 20  chains to point of commencement,  containing 80 acres more or less.  46-55       Alexander McKay.  Dated November 28th, 1910.  Land Act  Nicola Land District. Kamloops Division of Yale  Take notice that I,: Leonard Evans, of Vancouver, occupation piano tuner, intends to apply  for permission to purchase thefollowingdescribed  lands:  Commencing at a post planted:about 20 chains  south of the southwest corner of Lot 1137, thenee  north one mile, thence west one mile, thence  south one mile, thence east one mile.  LEONARD EVANS.  Per Archibald W. McVittie, Agent.  Date Oct. 17, 1910. 41-50  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land  District. District of Yale.  Take notice that I, Robert J. Man-  can telh, of Merritt, B. C, occupation  accountant, intend to apply forpermission to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted 4  chains south of S. A. Brooks southeast  corner of P. R. 457 on bank of west  fork of Otter Creek, B. C, thence  north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence west 80  chains to point of commencement containing 640 acres more or less.  Robert J. Mancantelli,  R. Z. Chandler, Agent.  Date October 17, 1910. 40-49  FAMILY  JH7-77  One for each everyday ailment  Trade  Mark I  and asked, to   be   directed.    He  was told to follow the road down  to the first crossing, then   cross  the railway track  and   continue  ���down-the-roadr^Evidently-the  unfortunate man had done this;  arid was following the road down  when he came to a creek.    Thin k-  ing to get a better drink he had  crossed   the   track   and   drunk  from a spring on the other side.  ^The body  was; found Jn, the  snow beside the track by an Indian, who immediately, brought  word of the discovery into Dot.  The Provincial police at Merritt  were notified.   Dr. Tutill convened his jury at Dot the following  afternoon, and the above   mentioned   verdict   was   returned.  The body was interred .in the local cemetery Monday afternoon.  As far as can be learned Williams  had no friends  in  the  Valley;  His is but another name added  to the list of Unknown Dead.  Take notice that Mary King of/. Vancouver, B. C, occupation married ".woman, intends to.apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-west corner and marked "Mary  King's north-west corner post," and on  Dry Creek and-about two and one half  miles_fr_om_its_mouth,_thence_40_chains  south, thence east 20 chaihs, thence  north 40 chains, thence west 20 chains  to point of commencement, containing  70 acres more or less. '     '  MARY king.    ;_'    .;  ,  46-55 .".Alex. McKay; Agent.  * *. t _ ,  ������_���������.'��� .-.  Take notice that J[ohn McKay of Penticton, occupation builder, intends to  apply for permission to purchase" the  following described lands:     >v;   >  ..  Commencing at'a post planted at the  south-east corner" and marked ''John  McKay's south-east corner post'f andbn  west of Dry creek.and about- fourVand  one half miles .'from .'main Dry1 creek;  thence north 40 chains, thence west 40  chains; .thence south 40 chains,' thence  east 40 chains to the point of commencement, containing 160 acres'.;  ;���;'���'    john'mckay. '      ���;'���:'  46-55       Alex. McKay, Agent.  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale Land District.    District of Nicola.  r Take notices that I, Walter  Warren, of Toronto, Ont., accu-  patiori actuary, intend to apply  frr permission to purchase the  following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted  on west fork of Otter Creek,   at  the   head   of first   canyon  and  about   one and one   naif miles  from Lot 1775, intersecting Station K 1806, Rettle Valley R. R.  survey,  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.  Walter Warren.  46-55        R. Z. Chandler, Agent.  Date, October 15th. 1910.  Land Act  Nicola Land District Kamloops Division of Yale  ��� Take notice that 1, Thomas Evans, of Van-  oouver, occupation gentleman, intend to apply  for permission to purchase thefollowingdescribed  lands:" ������������",    '"���   ������.        .��������� ������  - Commencing at a post planted about the northeast corner of Lot 1137, thence north 40 chains,  thence west 80 chains, thence south .10 chains  thence east SO chains.  THOMAS EVANS.  Per Archibald W. McVittie, Agent.  Date Oct. 17, 1910. 41-f.O  Land Act  Nicola Land District.   Kamloops Division of Yale  Take notice that I, Lewis Ord,  of Montreal,  occupation engineer, intend to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about the northeast corner of Lot 1137, thence north one mile,  thence east one mile, thence south one mile,  thence west one mile.  < LEWIS ORD.  Per Archibald W. McVittie, Agent.  Date Oct. 17,1910. 41-50  Land Act  Nicola Land District. Kamloops'Division of Yale  Take notice that I. Julia Ord, of Montreal, occupation married woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described Iands  Commencing at a post planted about the northeast corner of Lot 1137, thence south one mile,  thonce east one mile, thence north one mile, thence  west one mile.  JULIA ORD.  Per Archibald W. McVittie, Agent.  Date October 17, 1910. 41-50  Land Act  Kamloops Division Nicola Land  District.    District of Yale.  Take notice that I, Mary Warren, of  Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation housewife, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:  Commencing  at  a  post planted  on  west fork of Otter Creek, at the head  of first canyon  about 1 1-2 miles from  Lot  1775,   the  east   line   intersecting  Station   K1806, Kettle   Valiey   R.   R.  survey, thence north 80 chains,  thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chaihs,  thence west 80 chains   to point of commencement containing  640 acres more I  or less. Mary Warren,  ^ R. Z. Chandler, Agent.  Date October 15, 1910. 40-49  Asaya-Neurall  "THE     NEWREMEDY     FOR  Nervous Exhaustion  When convalescing from LaGrip-  pe, Pneumonia or Wasting Diseases, nothing hastens the return  to health like a short period of  treatment with " Asaya-Neu-  RAM,."   It feeds the nerves, induces restful sleep, quickens the  appetite, aids digestion, and soon  buoyancy of spirits aud the sense  of restored vitality are attained.  A few doses convince. $1,50 a bottle. Obtain from the local agent.  GEO. M. GEMMILL,  Merritt,  B. C.  McVittie & Cokely  ;   Dominion and Provincial  W and Surveyors  Irrigation  Work  a  Specialty.  Office over Bank of Montreal.  Merritt, B. C.%  A. W. McVITTIE  B.L.S., B.O.L.R.  L. S. COKELY  D.L.S..   B.C.  Take notice that; Janet McKay of  Vancouver, B. C, accupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following -described  lands:  ���'; Commencing at a post planted at the  north-east corner and marked "'Janet  McKay's north-east corner post,'-' and  on Siwash Creek and in a northerly direction about two miles from north-west  corner of Lot 939,. thence west 80 chains,  thence south-80'chains, thence east 80  chains,..thince north 80 chains to the  point of_CQrnmericement, containing640  acres more or. less.  ������> JANET McKAY.  49-55 Alex. McKay, Agent.  Take notice that Edwin Millar of  Eureka, California, occupation butcher,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing, at a post planted at the  south-west corner and,marked ���'Edwin  Millar's south-west corner; post'V and  about two mileis north-weiteriyyfrom  Lot 939 and about two miles west from  Siwssh Creek, thence east 80 chains,  thence uorth 40 chains, thence west 80  thains, thence south 40 chains to the  point of commencement, contsining 320  acres more or less.  ed*win:millar.  46-55 ALEX. M'iCAY, Agent.  -" ���""     JLand Act        :  Kamloops Division of Yale Land  Division.    District of Yale.  Take noiice that Andrew Ross  of Calgary, Alta., occupation R.  R. man, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands, containing  640 acres.  Commencing at a post planted  about two miles of S. A. Brooks  Ere-emption No. 457, on the west  ranch of Otter Creek, B. C,  thence north 80 chains and intersecting station K 1748 of the  Kettle Valley railway survey;  thence west 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to place of commencement.  ENDREW ROSS,  By R. R. Chandlea, Agent  November 15th, 1910.  Land Act  Nicola Land District. Kamloops Division of Yale  Take notice that I, Grace Johnston, of Montreal,  occupation spinster, intend to apply for permission  to purchase the following, described lands:  Commenciiifr at a post planted about 2 miles:  east of the northeast corner of Lot 1137, thence  north   one mile,   thence west one mile,  thence  south one mile, thence east one mile.  *::���'.'.-: GRACE JOHNSTON,  ��� '��� Per Archibald W. McVittie, Asront,  Date Oct. 17, 1910. 41-50  Mineral Act  Certificate of Improvement.  Forest Rose minera laim, sit  uate in the Nicola inihg Div  ision of Yale distri-t. Where  located: Ten mile creek North  Nicola.  Take Notice that I John  Clapperton, Free Miners Certificate No. 34765 B, intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvement, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that  action, under section 37, must be  commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 29th. day   of Nov  ember A. D. 1910.  DAILY   STAGE  SERVICE  A stage will leave the Merritt  livery stables every morning at,  8 o'clock for the end of construe- '-  tion on the Kettle Valley up the'1  Coldwater. Stage leaves the ;  other end at the same hour daily. '  Baggage and express carried. ,  ALEX. COUTLEE Prop.  Land Act   -  Nicola Land District. Kamloops Division of Yale  Take notice that I, Maxwell Adams, of South  Sea. England, occupation barrister, intend to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing nt a post planted about thrccmiles  east and 20 chains north of the northeast corner  of Lot 1137, thenco SO chains north, Ihence 40  chnins east, thence SO chains south, thence 40  chains west.  MAXWELL ADAMS.  Per Archibald W. McVittie, Atrent,  Date Oct. 17.1910.     .        ���. - 41-50  All changes for advertisements ap  pearing in the Nicola Valley News,  must be in the    hands of the print  ers no later than Wednesday night  No guarantee can otherwise be given  that the changes will be made.  Land Act  Kamloops Division of Yale Land  District District of Yale.  . Take notice that James J.  Warren of 'Vancouver, B. C,  occupation R. R. man, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands, contaiuing 640 acres.  y Commencing at a poat planted  at the north east corner of S. A.  Brooks pre-emptiou No. 457 near  the west branch of Otter Creek  B.C;, thence north 80 chains  thence west 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains to place of commencement.  J. J. WARREN,  By R. Z. Chandler, Agent.  Dovember 16th' 1910.  Land Act Notice.  Nicola Land District  Kamloops Division of Yale  Take notice  that I  Perley  Russell  of  Princeton, occupation clerk, intends to  apply for permission   to purchase  the  following described lands:���  Commencing at post planted 20 chains  West of the North East corner Post  of G. P. Myren's Pre-emption, Otter  "Valley; thencs East 20 chains; thence  North 20 chains; thenct West20 chains  thence South 20 chains, to point of  commencement, containi g 40 acres,  more or less.  Perley Russell,  G. P. Myren AGEnt.  Date 23rd. November, 1910.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Harness and  Saddlery  Harness, Robes, Blankets,  Trunks, Valises, etc. always  in stock.    .        .     _        . .   Poultry and Stock Foods.  Best of satisfaction in all  departments. Prices are  right.  Agent for-   endelso'm  and  Heintzman Pianos.  Nicola  N. J. BARWICK  Merritt  Coal Act  Kamloops Division of Yale District.  '   Division of Nicola.  Take-notice that I, Ernest Edmund Coley, of  Nelson, B. C��� by occupation a civil engineer, intend, after thirty days postihsr' of this notice and  within sixty duys after its first publication in the  British Columbia Gazette, to apply for a license  to prospect for coal and petroleum on tho follow-  inK described lands:  CommencinR at a post piantcd at tho southeast  corner and, marked "E. E. Coley's S E. Cor.",  and which is about two miles west and three-  quarters of a mile south of the southwest corner  of G. McCulloch's Lot 902 and also about two  miles north of the Forks of Otter Creek near  whatis known as Mackays' ranch, thenee north  SO chains, thenco wost 80 ehains, thenee south 80  chains, thenee cast 80 chains to plaee of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or  less.  Dated this 26th day of November, 1910. ;  ERNEST E. COLEY, Applicant.  For rates and other information  apply to  G. M. THOM  Agent *        - Merritt, B. C.  Or write to  H. W. BRODIE  A. G. P. A.      Vancouver, B.C.  Private Tuf ion in  Mining  en prepared f 01 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.  Commercial  Hotel  NICOLA  for  a good  square meal.    Best  accomodation and comfort  of  Rate $,l_50 per dav THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, January 27, 191"  "We Are Specialists in Every Department."  "PRIDE OF MERRITT" TEA  IS THE BEST.  New Stock Being Added  Every Day.  Years of  Experience  is the secret back of  the astounding  strides which we  have made in our  business since we  opened just one  month ago.  These years have  taught us that the  confidence of the  public can only be  gained by honest  treatment and that is  -what you are going  to get here in return  for your co-operation and patronage.  GURNEY STOVES and  RANGES have proved themselves unequalled.  YOU WELL  FIND  the choicest selection and  assortment of  We have the exclusive sale and  THE HUDSON BAY 00.  Whose reputation for handling  "Quality" goods is  known the whole world over.  They spare no effort in looking after our interests  which makes it much easier for us in turn to give  our customers  unexcelled attention  and  first-class  service.  We are Quoting very Special Prices  on Liverpool Coarse Salt.  Commencing  Jan. 30th,  As we have a full  car coming and  our floor space is  very limited prices  will be very low.  Call in and see  our display and  get prices*  OUR  HARDWARE  Department  is complete  m  every line.  NEW COLLETT BLDG  Is not yet complete, but we are  gparing-noeffort-inan-endeavor  to secure a range of dry goods,  the equal of which has never  been placed before the Merritt  public. We have secured the  agency for, and are now carrying a complete stock of  B. L  Bias Filled  Corsets  In the Latest Styles.  ment  STEP INSIDE  AND LET US  SHOW YOU  Our stock of  new goods.  An investigation  will  prove   to   you  that  we  are doing  even more than we  claim.  QUILCHENA AVENUE


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