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GOLD WEATHER   FURNISHINGS  Stanfield's Underwear (Red and Blue Label)  Heavy Winter*Caps (20 different lines to choose from)  Heavy Rubbers, Overshoes, etc., etc.  (Our   stock   in   these   lines   is   COMPLETE)  Heavy   Flannel   Top   Shirts,   (large   assortment)  Makinaw and Sheep-lined Coats    -    German Sox, etc.  P. A. REID &  Specialists in  Men's Clothing, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes.  Simpson & Craana Will Construct  Offices on Quilchena Ave.  Simpson & Cranna, the "well  knownlocal jewelers,; have pur-;  chased the twenty-five foot lot;  on the west side of Armstrong's;  store on Quilchena avenue. They:  are having plains prepared, fori  a two storey building, the first;  floor of which will be devoted  exclusively to their business.-  The architect has been commissioned to design a building  which will be specially adapted  to the requirements of their  business, and it is expected that  when completed it will be one  of the most up-to-date establishments in the city. The growth  of this firm's business during the  past twelve months has made it  necessary to secure more room.  For that reason they purchased  the lot from Messrs/ W, Mclntyre and G. B. Armstrong.    ;  MIDDLESBORO SMOKER  The last bi-weekly smoker at  the Middlesboro Club was held  last Saturday evening, with a  large attendance of members and  their friends from outside points.  It was made the occasion for  presenting the club's wedding  gift to Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Ges-  sing.  In making the presentation of  the dining set to Mr, Gessing  President Mackenzie - look. pcca  sion to pay a glowing tribute to  the former for the unselfish manj-  ner in which he had worked to  place the club on its feet when it  was first inaugurated. The api  plause which interrupted his re-  marks^was. an.elpq^ent^testimony  that the members "concurred iri.  the sentiments expressed. The  gift was so unexpected that Mr.  Gessing was at a loss for a reply,  and so, amid laughter, he said:  'Til just say 'thank'you' and sit  down."  The program for the evening  was lengthy and it vfas not until  after midnight that jthe smoker  was concluded.  Following was the programme:  , Piano solo...... ..1 Mr. Bullen. ������  Song........-..... :l A. Kemp.  Song........... /.R.  Jackson.  Wrestling Cumberland style,:  best three falls out; of five, between Herbertson anil Mitchison;  won by the former^ I  Song.............y P. YorkeJ  Song. ....... D. Coupland.;  Zellaphone solo.: :Mr. Thbrby.i  Dave Brown, former amateur  champion middleweight wrestler  of the province undertook to  throw three men,' Mitchison,:  Hume and Herbertson, twice  within twenty minutes. The  first fall was secured in 45 seconds. The second, iri one minute  and five seconds and-jthe third in  thirty seconds. .The last three  falls were secured 'with equal  ease.. _.  :���.-, 7- ...  ���  Song..."... .���...;.,.,;, .R.   Hogg.  Zellaphpne solo. ...Mr. Thorby^  Songs by Messrs A; Nicholson,  John Ross, - A. Kempi* Kilpatrick  and . Dave Brown, filled in the  balance of the evening until the  four rounds bouts with the gloves  were, brought off. . |  . The first was between Yorke  and Hume, in which^after a spirited exhibition the latter, won out.  Pierce and Thomas gave an  exhibition for foujr rounds.  Thomas. is a professional, and  many hoped to get a, line on his  work for his fight with Bracken;  but he was under blankets and  nothing was shown.. '  It was altogether ah enjoyable  evening and, judging by the attendance the other night, it is  probable .that this -will prove the  most successful. feature of club  life at. Middlesboro this winter, i  DO YOU LIKE A GOOD  CUP OP TEA?  Try q Pound of one of our  New Brands  BROOK BOND  Half Pound Tin 25c.   Pound Tin 50c.   Three Pound Tin * 1.25.  Ridgeway's Old Country Tea  ...    - ^~��� * + ���>.*.���*��.* <g���  Half Pound Tin 25c.   Pound Tin 50c.  Ridgeway's 5 O'clock Tea  Half Pound Tin 30c. Pound Tin 60c.  For New and Fresh Groceries Come to us.  I  The cold weather will soon l>e here and you should buy a nice  SWEATER COAT  See our range of these from $2 up to $10.   Every Garment  guaranteed.  Don't forget to get your  HEATING STOVE  how, so as to be ready for winter.   We carry a splendid  assortment at low prices.  COUNTY  COURT  . Judge Swanson, in the County  Court at Nicola last Wednesday,  had a light list to dispose of. The  most important case, perhaps,  was that of Rex vs. George, being  a charge of obtaining money, un-  >der false pretences. The sum  involved was $360.00.  ,��� B. C. Footner, of Walhachin,  was the chief witness for the  Crown. The case was conducted  by Mr. Morley, of Kamloops; Mr.  H. Colin Clarke, of Vancouver,  appearing for the defence. The1  latter submitted that the false  pretences relied on was not of a  past or present fact as provided  by the code, and if it was it was  not the inducing cause for parting  with the money. His Honour  found for the defendant.  S. N. Dancey failed to appear  in response to a judgment summons for a debt of $68.45. A  committal order of twenty days  imprisonment was suspended for  ten days to give the defendant  time to pay.  CURLING CLUB NOTES.  There was a crowded meeting  of members of the Merritt Curling Club in the board of trade  rooms on Wednesday night. It  was decided to go ahead with  the.erection of a protecting shed  on the rink as soon as an ice bed  is fyrmed. It was also decided  to purchase four sets of curling  stones. There was some discussion of reducing fees to those  who used their own stones but  nothing came of it.  DANCE AT NICOLA  ;       !  The bachelors of Nicola enter-]  tained a large number of friends  from various points in the valley  at a dance given . in honour of  Mr. and Mrs. E. Durland, whq  returned from the east last  Friday evening. Pooley's hall  was beautifully decorated for  the occasion, and the guests  tax"d it to c ipucity; Mr. and,  Mrs. Durland wore married at  Nelson, B. C, a few. weeks ago  ai.d Wv nt cast on thuir honeymoon. Mr. Durland is well  known throughout the valley as  the accountant for the A. E.  Howse company.  Made Man from Spokane Look  Like an Amateur.  It did not take ten rounds for  Kid Bracken to demonstrate to  the audience in Menzies' Hall  last evening that he was absolutely master of Spokane Thomas  at every kind of fighting, .Bracken entered the ring at 137 1-2  pounds and Thomas looked 20  pounds heavier. When Referee  Barnes announced that the men  would protect themselves at all  times the crowd knew that a  whirlwind bout was on tap.  Bracken has a bit of the Nelson  style and considerable. of Ad  Wolgast in his infighting. Itis  natural that he should sjiow a  good deal of the latter's style in  his work as he. trained with the  lightweight champion for some  months. Aside from his boring  tactics the most remarkable features of his fighting are a jarring  right, which starts high and  finishes either flush on the jaw  or over the heart; It is almost  impossible to say where' it;will  land when he starts it. With it  he generally sends in'(a vicious  left rip to the body. He ^has a  haymaker in either mit.. Thomas  showed ability to protect his  body, but the peculiar right sent  his head back time after time.  He might have made a much  better showing had he only  jumped in when he had openings  and mixed matters a little. .  FIGHT BY ROUNDS..  . 1. . Bracken lands left to faee and  hooks right to jaw, rushing Thomas to  ropes. They fiddle and Thomas misses  hard right to body.. Bracken counters  with left to body and draws blood with  -right to nose."Thomas clinches': They  fiddle and .Bracken"jnisises^high. left,  going to ropes. Bracken: hooks right  to jaw and they clinch." They'-fiddle  and Bracken lands stiff right on mouth;  drawing blood again. They clinch and  break. They fiddle and Bracken ducks  left to head. He counters with right  over heart and they clinchu Fiddling  at gong.    Bracken's round.  2. They fiddle and Bracken guys  Thomas. Thomas misses swing to  body and hooks left to jaw. Bracken  jabs with right and left to face and in  turning slips to'floor Bracken rushes,  landing right to body and left to; mouth.'  Thomas counters with left to head and  stiff right to body. Bracken rips right  to mouth, drawing blood. Thomas  counters with left cross to head and  they clinch. They fiddle and Thomas  lands flush on point with left and right  swings. Bracken drops his guard,  sticks out his chin, and lets him hook  and swing, laughing at him. Bracken's  jaw is iron. Thomas careless and the  Kid brings him back with right ripped  over heart, jarring him. Thomas  rushes and Bracken blocks left to head  and right to body, rushing back with  right to head and driving Thomas over  the ropes. Thomas wild all through.  Bracken's round.  3, Bracken lands right to jaw and  rips left to body, rushing his; opponent  to ropes. They fiddle. Bracken hooks  left to jaw and drives right over heart.  Thomas counters with left to head and  right Jo^body, both blocked.   Kid lands  right to nose and mouth. Bracken  bores in with drives over heart, rushing  Thomas to ropes.    Kid's round.  6. Bracken misses right to face and  they clinch. Thomas blocks right to  head with shoulder and gets left on jaw.  Kid lands repeatedly with lefts and  rights to head and body, Thomas at  sea. Bracken finds three openings to  heart and keeps his man guessing with  straight left drives to mouth. Kid's  round.  7. Bracken blocks right to heart  and lofts to head and stomach. Misses  with left to head and drives right over  heart, then swings le5t to jaw and  bores in," driving the Spokane boy to  ropjs with rips to belly. Thomas cuts  loose with hooks and swings, but Kid  covers and laughs, following up with  right hook to jaw and straight left to  head, then lands twice with stiff rights  to face. Thomas' right to head drive  blocked and Kid counters with right  cross to jaw.    Bracken's round.  8. Thomas' left to body blocked.  Bracken swings right to chest and  drives left to face, blocking cross in  return, then sends Spokano to ropes  with straight lefts and rights to face.  They fiddle and Kid lands twice straight  right to face. Thomas wise to Kid's  left but high righe gets him every  time. Bracken turns away and when  opponent starts left, 9wingf right flush  on jaw.    Kid's round.  9 and 10. A repetition of the previous encounter with practihally no  variations, Bracken having it all over  his opponent. "'���'.'  The preliminary betweenSmith  and Bonnyman went the fullfour  rounds for a draw.  TAMERTON RANCH  Until next Christmas Messrs.  Armitage and Hutchison will be  occupied in the subdivision of  the Tamerton ranch at Nicola.  This comprises some thousand  acres of excellent arable land  and is to be subdivided into small  holdings. A. W. McVittie recently purchased the property  from Mrs. William Pooley.  HARRY GRANT DISAPPEARS  Harry Grant, who has been  looking-afterlife sheep' on^ the  Pooley estate above Nicola for  some.'months past, is reported  missing. Several search parties  have so far failed to find any  tra^e of him, and it is believed  that he may have fallen into a  creek and been drowned.  right to mouth and left to head.  Thomas blocks left to body and right  to jaw. Bracken drives stiff right over  heart and sends Thomas' head back  with left to jaw. They clinch without  harm. They fiddle and Bracken drives  left to face, blocking left hook in return. Clinch and fiddle. Thomas sends  wild lef t to head and Kid rushes him  to ropes. They fiddle and ^Thomas  blocks left and right to head and body  Bracken rushing him to ropes. Kid's  round.  4. Thomas misses left to head and  Bracken lands right twice over heart,  then hooks left to jaw, but Thomas  covers well. Kid blocks "lefts and  lights to head and rushes Spokane to  topes with hooks and rips to head and  stomach. Thomas protects stomach  well. They clinch and fiddle, then mix  without harm. Thomas blocks two  rights to head and Kid rips left to jaw.;  Fiddling iri corner Thomas sends wild  r'ght to body and Bracken hooks witti  left and right to jaw. They clinch and  Kid straightens opponent with right  over kidneys. Thev 'fiddle.for; a while  and Bracken blocks straight lefts to  head. Fiddling at the gong./ Bracken's  round. ������������....;���  5. ^Bracken sends light left to mouth  and heoks right to* jaw. Thomas';  counters are blocked. Kid drives right  to moutlr.and they clinch. For a mo-!  ment Spokane started milling and, sent!  in hooks and jabs to'head,'but Brackenj  covered and laughed. Kid drops Thomas with right swing to jaw which the  latter says was a push. They fiddle  and the Kid draws blood with left and,  CHINESE CELEBRATE  Laist Saturday evening the  local Chinatown was en fete to  celebrate the expulsion of the  Manchus from high offices in  Canton. Most of the local Chinese are from that province.  The two great figures of the rebellion in China, Dr. Sun Yat  Sen and Viceroy Yuan Shi Kai,  are now heroes, or demi-gods, to  the expatriated Cantonese,  o���.  B.C. GAZETTE  -The current issue of the B.C.  Gazette, the official organ of the  provincial government, contains  the announcement of the appointment of Messrs. H. H.  Matthews, of Nicola; and A. N.  B. Rogers of this city, as direc-  tors of the Nicola Valley General  Hospital Board of Eirectors.  In the same issue is the announcement that Joseph Albert  Maughan, solicitor, of the City  of Merritt, has been made a  Notary Public.  POLICE COMMISSION.  The police commissioners met  in their regular session at the  City Hall last' Wednesday afternoon. It was decided to call for  applications for the position of  chief of police and night constable. Quite a number of applications were received, but it  was thought advisable to call for  applications, to be in by Nov.  28^ In the event bf Alex Strang  being appointed chief of police  it will be necessary to have  another night constable. Strang  is acting chief since the suspension of Chief Brown.   .  _���-���o  Don't forget the dance at  Middlesboro tomorrow night.  Fine orchestra. A good time  for all.   Admission 75c.  TO BE FORMED  LocalBusiness Men Propose to Have  Resort in City  At a well attended meeting of  local and district business and  professional men, held in the offices of the Southern B. C. Lands  and MinesrLtd., last Monday evening, a committee consisting of  Messrs Joseph Graham, J. E.  Walker and R. Campbell was appointed to investigate the possibilities for the successful inauguration of a club in this city.  The first question to be decided would be that of quarters.  The committee have already seen  various men and it is understood  that William Schmock, who owns  the block on which are located  the Star Cafe, Brunswick Pool  Room and Brown & Pennington's  barbershop, is now considering  the erectionof a new building on  the site of the Star Cafe, the upper stories of which will be devoted to club purposes. If at the  next meeting it is found that this  scheme is feasibleyt is probable  that an agreement will be entered into with Mr. Schmock for the  lease of such premises. Meanwhile the committee are investigating temporary quarters.  The proposal to form a club in  this city is one which has been  often mooted heretofore, but it  was not until Joseph Graham and  a few others took up the question  that any practical turn was given  to matters. It soon.developed,  when the latest movement.was  undertaken, that there is a strong  sentiment in favour of such . an  establishment in the city,and it  is now certain that every possible support will be given the undertaking..  As to the means to be. adopted .  in financing such a scheme jib definite plan has been adopted, but  it is possible that a company will  be formed and debentures  issued to cover initial  expenses. This plan was adopted in Nanaimo when the first  club  was  formed  there, and it  proved very successful.   o :������  Mrs. Shaw, wife of.- the police  magistrate in Vancouver, and  Miss Laird aie spcidirg the  winter months at Nicola.  Captain Turner, of Aspen  Grove, left today for Calgary.  FOOTBALL   MEETING  All people interested in football  will meet at the Grand Hotel  this evening at eight "o'clock  for the purpose of dicussing the  local situation in regard to the  best sport in the world. Business of importance is to be transacted and it is expected that a  large number of players of the  game will be present.  ���        nn w_uoc i uiCntKE���������  Dr. J. J. Gillis, who graduated  in medicine from McGiil University two years ago, has arrived  in the city to practice as assistant  to Dr. Williams. Dr. Gillis was  for two years chief assistant to  Professor Bell in the latter's  hospital in Montreal. Professor  Bell wxi 013 of th-ii greatest  surgeons in the Dominion, so  there is no doubt that his protege  has had ample opportunity to  perfect himself in the practice of  his profession. Dr. Williams now  having an assistant will be able  to devote himself to private practice in other valley points as well  as in the, vicinity of Merritt.  J. Bamfield;:. came in from  Mamette Lake last night on  business.. .���'..  CANFORD NOTES  Mrs. J. B. Bright and family  with Miss Charles returned to  Vancouver, on Wednesday last,  after spending the season at  Canford.  Mrs. Hardiman, of Canford  Manor, also accompanied : the  above ladies on a short visit to  the Coast.  Miss E. S. - Charles left on  Thursday for a brief trip to Vancouver. .���'.'."���. THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS Friday,  November 24,  1911  Established  1817.  ��nt real  Head Office:    Monral  Capital (all paid up) - - $14,400,000.00  Cash and Undivided Profits - $12,961,789.11  Total Assets       -        -        -        -     $240,000,000.00  Savings Bank Department  (Interest allowed at current rates.)  A   GENERAL   BANKING   BUSINESS   TRANSACTED  A.  W.  SRICKLAND, Manager.  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY  I Subscription $2.00 a year advance  Six months $1.00  Phone 37  P. O. Boz 7  ���mim gl uarKe  Bakers and Confectioners.  MANUFACTURERS OF  All kinds of Chocolates and  General Candy.  All Goods Made at Kamloops and Merritt Factories.  WM.   COOPER  General Contractor of Plastering  BRICK, STONE, CEMENT BLOCKS AND  GENERAL CEMENT WORK.  ALL WORK-NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED  PRESSED CEMENT STEPS, GRAVE STONES,  FENCE POSTS, ETC.  J. W. ELLIS  Manager  Oae dollar per inch per month far regular advertising. Land and water notices $7.50 for 60  days.   $6.00 Tor 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  O. Box 20 ' Merritt.B.C  Phone 25.  JUST ARRIVED!  Nice Assortment of Tobaccos and Cigars  runswick Pool  VOGHT ST. SUn?KsittehE^ ME      FRnT  JOE   HOLLER   and   OTTO    NITZE, Proprietors.^  The Merritt Hole  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, B. C.  NOW IS THE TIME  TO   HAVE  YOUR PAINTING DONE  PAUL A. KERSHNER  PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER  Can do it to you ^satisfaction, and he  GUARANTEES  THE  VICAR   DIES.  Elsewhere in these columns  will be found a brief despatch  in which the circumstances attending the death of the late  Rev. T. Walker are recounted.  He died by his own hand in a  moment of temporary insanity,  and with his passing we record  the transmigration of a simply  pure and noble life.  Until two weeks ago Mr. Walker was vicar of St. Michael's  church. He came to Merritt a  little over a year ago, as curate,  and he was ordained about the  middle of the year. During his  vicariate he was an indefatigable  worker and popular with his  parishioners.  There is something about  every man who has all manly  attributes that attracts all classes, regardless of differences in  matters of faith and opinions.  Mr. Walker was such a one. We  believe that he had not an enemy  in the Valley.  He was catholic in his sympathies; and we well recall the day,  last summer, when he came  into this office with a cppy of a  recent issue of the paper. In  that copy we had reproduced  part of an editorial which appeared in the Vancouver Province.    In it occurred the lines:  In men whom men condemn as ill  I find so much of goodness still-  In men whom men pronounce divine  I find so much of sin and blot���  I hesitate to draw the line  Between the two���where Godhasnot.  He pointed to the lines and said  "I like that sentiment," then  turned and walked out. It was  typical of him.  At another time certain people  came to him with the request  that he sign a certain petition.  Mr. Walker did not approve of  the object which it was desired  to achieve, and he dismissed the  delegation: "Liveand let live is  my motto." That also was  typical.  Always cheery and optimistic,  never admitting depression ;  when his cruel accident befell  him he suffered keenly. It is  difficult for one sound in body to  properly appreciate the agony  which such an injury as he sustained will cause. He partially  recovered and went down to  Vancouver. There he met with  another accident while out driving, and in his renewed pain  his mind gave way. A guardian  was appointed to watch him, to  prevent the very tragedy which  finally removed him.  ^���Merritt monrnpgrnan.  time.     We have been disappointed.  We understand that a'judge is  to be appointed to the Small  Debts Court in Merritt at an  early date. Mr. Morgan should"  not receive that appointment.  The circumstances connected  with his appointment as magistrate were such that ther'provin-  cial government,"as all in the  Valley are aware, cannot beheld  responsible.  The situation today is this : it  would be better if we had Justices of the Peace at work than  the present magisterial system.  A police magistrate needs a  judicial temperament. He. also  needs to be familiar with legal  procedure; not necessarily to be  a lawyer, but to be conversant  with legal forms.  A change in this city is inoperative.  not say what it is like; but National anthems, like . poets, are  born, noty made, .Meanwhile  there is nothing the matter with  "God Save the King." ;  HARRYH.WARD  Real Estate  and Insurance  Representing'old^board companies such as:  "Sun",    "Norwich Unicr,",  X'i i )1<1 i" f i c" (il < u.    ;  Your Patronage is Solicited.  '   Office;      Conklin Block, Voght Street   Merritt;  ' '���������*���    "  ������-'- ������������   -   1  Subscribe for   The News���$2  THE MAGISTRATE  Mr. J. S. Morgan is a business  man of this city. As such we  cannot criticise him; nor do we  wish to. We believe that he is  very prompt in the payment of  all his obligations;cin fact, even  under pain of giving free advertising, we are compelled to say,  in all fairness, he is just as  prompt in making cash payments  as he is in receiving them.  Furthermore/the growth of his  business is testimony to his competency as a salesman.  On His Worship Magistrate  Morgan we find that we cannot  look with equal favor : and we  are not hypercritical at all.  When Mr. Morgan was first  appointed magistrate we wondered whether or not he would  be successful as such. Certainly  our first impression of him in a  court room was an ill omen for  his future success. We immediately perceived that he; had  not���well, the judicial temperament, v,  We have refrained from criticising Mr. Morgan heretofore,  hoping that he would become  more   efficient' -' Al-'    "*       *"   -  EXPELLING THE MANCHUS  For five centuries the mighty  Chinese nation has slumbered.  For five hundred years the heel  of the Manchu crushed all tendencies to a national assertive-  ness. Now, stretching lethargically, the waking millions are  freeing themselves of the Frankenstein which their disorganization brought upon them.  There is something awe-  inspiring in this organised, and  yet disorganized, rebellion.  China, to the western mind, is  ever a cryptic country. Divided  into provinces, which in turn are  subdivided into cities, which in  turn are still further subdivided  by the political scheming of the  Manchus; in each province a  different dialect and with only  the written language a universally comprehended medium for  the exchange of knowledge:  what a stupendous task confronted those who undertook to  supplant the dragon with the  star!  Dr. Sun Yat Sen, once the  heso of an international incident  in London, is the Will-o'-the-  wispish figure who flits impressively in the background of the  revolution. Yuan Shi' Kai is the  man to whom he is a familiar.  Both are figures which will stand  out in history. *^3K"* T7��*^" ? >"  The emperor is in hiding. The  court is disbanded. A parliament is promised. What will be  the final outcome? Will China  relapse again to its former state  of innocuous desuetude? Or will  the tricolored flag remain. in the  march of progress?  NICOLA VALLEY TRAIN SERVICE  North Trains.  717  Passenger daily  South Trains  Stations                     718  Passenger daily  Leave 12.45  Nicola        Arrive 18.35  13.05  ,,���Merritt,-".,      '*      18.15  13.12  Coutlee        : "      18.08  "      13.20  Coyle              "      18.00  "������:    13.34  Canford:;        "       17.46  "      14.02  Dot                 "      17.18  14.30  Clapperton    "      16.50  Arrive 15.00  Spences B. Leave 16.20  Corporation of City of Merritt  -VOTERS LIST-  Property ownere are hereby  notified that their names will not  appear on the voters list for 1912  unless'they are^ registered owners in the Land Registry Office.  The list closes "on Thursday  November 30th and all owners are  requested to see that they are  properly registered before that  date.  '  H. Priest,  39-43 City Clerk.  Harness and  Harness, Robes, Blankets,  Trunks, Valises,: etc. always  in stock.  Poultry and Stock Foods.  Best of satisfaction in all  departments. Prices are  right.  N. J. BARWICK  icola  fterrilt  A. W. McVittie  DOMINION  &   PROVINCIAL  SURVEYOR  Subdivision Woik  a   Specially  ELGIN WATCHES  RAILROAD GRADES  A SPECIALTY  REPAIRS GUARANTEED  ONE YEAR.  A    11 Le lees in Feb?, hairs, Jew elry of every Descripion  SIMPSORS & CRANNA, JEWELERS  Railwaa'Standard  SEETHE  POR LIVERY, EXPRESS & DRAY WORK  WE CAN MOVE  YOUR  PIANO,   HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE OR  YOUR   HOUSE. CONTRACT WORK A SPECIALTY  WOOD FOR SALE  GEO.   RICHES'    OLD    STAND  COUTLIE AVENUE       -       -        REAR DIAMOND VALE  STORE  Nicola Valley  rket  -Dealers in=  Prime Beefy Mutton Lamb  Veal and Pork-  Poultry ' Ham and Bacon.  ^Manufacturers of=  Offices with. John Hutchison Co.  MERRITT, B. d  A; B. KENNEDY  ELECTRICAL,..  CONTRACTOR  Dealer in Electrical Supplies  PI X1Ur.ESOWROOMS:-CORNER  VOGHT ST. and COUTLIE AVE.  Strictly High Grade Delicious  SAUSAGES  Fresh  Fish  always  on  hand.       Orders receive prompt  attention.    Cattle bought and. sold by the carload.  I. Eastwood  Manager  SThe B. C. Press Clipping Bureau  is the name by which a new venture is named. The.object of it  is to furnish public men with  condensed excerpts of press  opinions on matters affecting the  province. It is also designed to  enable newspapermen to ascertain how their opinions are received by other journalists. It  is an excellent institution and  one which will fill a long-felt  want.  Alex Lucas is at Ottawa.  While there he will endeavor to  convince the Dominion government of the necessity for giving  the provincial government absolute control of streams having  theirsource^n^any'parr^of^the'  province.  The attitude of thegovernment  critics in the German Reichstag  towards Great Brittain would be  amusing, if it were not within  the bounds of possibility that it  might be serious.    That Germany  has been obliged  to back down  before France is as plain as anything can be.    The 800,000 armed men that France is able to put  into the field, her splendid chain  of fortresses,   her   network   of  strategical railways present much  too formidable a factor for Germany to undertake to force. But  it would never do for the victors  of the Franco-Prussian war to  admit this.   Another excuse must  be found, and the hardest is the  suggestion that it was the British government that compelled  the Kaiser to backdown.    Asa  matter of fact the Kaiser and his  advisors realized that they had  got themselves into a situation  out of which there was no other  way except retreat.  Finest Pool Room in the Interior.  THE PALACE  POOL ROOM  ANDREWS & SMITH, Props.  COMPLETE;vSTOCK  OF  CIGARS ' TOBACCOS '. CIGARETTES  PIPES   'CANDIES   '   CIDERS  AND SOFT DRINKS  Cor. Voght St. & Granite Ave.,  MERRITT  ������'-������">������ First Class ���  Barber Shop  In Connection.  CANAD9AN  Western Lines  West of Revelstoke  Train leaves 13.05 daily for  all points . East and West.  Returning, leaves 18.15!,  Tickets^on sale to all points  Canada and United States.  Accommodation reserved  and complete passage booked to any part of Great Britain to Canada. If. sending  for your friends purchase  your ticket here and avoid  the risk of sending money.  For rates and sailings apply  to  FOWLER & LARSON  Contractors   and   Builders  MERRITT, B. C.  PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED.  ALL  WORK   GUARANTEED   FIRST-LASS.  With many years of practical'experience, we are prepared  to   handle  any  kind   of  Building  Construction   Work  erritt Lumber Yard  ANDREW McGORAN. Proprietor  DEALERS IN  Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Lime,  Cement and all kinds building  material.  Lumber Yard and Offices:  Voght Street,'near C. P. R. Station, Merritt.  A new ' 'National Anthem has  __ , oeen written by a Halifax lady.  iri the course of We have not heard it and so can-  P. H. PUFFER  Agent  Merrill, B.C.  " . Or-write to V  .H.W.BROD1E     '  General  Passenger  Agent  Vancouver, B.C.  OLDWATER  THE FINEST HOSTELRY IN THE UPPER  (COUNTRY-JUST OPENED.  LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED WITH BEST  CUISINE AND ACCOMMODATION.  FINEST BRANDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS  Wm. McInTYRE, Prop.  MERRITT, B.C.  Metropolitan  MEAT MARKET  NICOLA, B.C.  The choicest   of    ] < < '   i 11 (?'���'. iU-X.  ah\'; yp 'on hard  Fresh Fish,  ��ggs and Vegetables.  T. HESLOP,  Prop. t-.��� "r*l * "TUVi*^  ���i�����r>- "-t-r-.  rjS MT -   ���  -..�����*. d. - ���i-tJ"'. i " .���'.-be r* ��i    "3  ^0��".&NC   ... "���   T.....3 _UL.�� 7=.".....;  �����       t-   ���- ���    -i. -       -^r.i*    V  r" ���    ���  Friday, November 24, 1911.  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  INCORPORATED 1855.  ASSETS '���--���'���-      -    $55,000,000  110  Branches in Ontario, Quebec and  The West.  In our  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT  HOUSEHOLD   ACCOUNTS   m'ay   be  opened.  IDLE MONEY may be deposited until  required.  A SAFE PLACE is provided for Saved  Money.  JOINT   ACCOUNTS   may  be  opened  from which the money may be  withdrawn by either of  two persons.  INTEREST paid on all balances twice  a year.  Every description of Banking Business  transected.  Special  attention  giueh to Ranchers'  ���'..'. Accounts.  CAPITAL   -   '-. $4,500,000.00  RESERVE   -   .    $5,250,000.00  MERRITT BRANCH  A. 1.0. ROGERS,    --    MANAGER  WATER NOTICE  I, James Corbett, of Nicola, byoc-  cupation a rancher, give notice that I  intend on the 13th day of December  next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon to apply to the Water Commissioner at' his office at Nicola, for a  licence to take and use two cubic feet  of water per second from an unnamed  creek, situated at the west of Lot 715  and which sinks in Lot 1589.  The water will be used on Lot 715  for irrigation purposes.  I intend to apply at the same time  for permission to store 25 acre-feet of  the said water in two reservoirs on said  creek, one reservoir contains 10 acre-  feet about hnlf a mile west of Lot 715,  and one containing 15 acre-feet about  one mile west of Lot 715.  JAMES CORBETT  Dated this 13th day of Nov. 1911.  J. A. MAUGHAN  Solicitor, Etc.  Office Opposite Armstrong's Slore.  Quilchena Avenue. Merritt.  Even the Lord,  We're told, does  Not love a Grouch  But he must love home builders,  judging from the contented feeling the ownership of. a home  gives and the usual prosperity  that besets most people who  start out in life with a hearth of  their own. This home building  custom is one that never will die  out because it has so many advantages and means so much to  the nation, and the sooner you  decide to build the sooner you  will find yourself growing optimistic and happy. We have  worked hand in hand with a good  many home builders, aud while  the lumber alone that we sold  them was enough to make any  man happy, we're inclined to  allow some credit for their over-  excess yf joy to that independent  feeling a home brings. We still  handle the same brands of lum  berrcome in,  Vancouver Lumber  Company.  ii. L. GRIMMET, LL.B.  Kun-isteraad Solicitor  Notary Public  Solicitorfor the   TtiV tf-Vtiinil  V igtoria Rooms  McDonald Block  Quilchena Ave  Finest Furnished Modern Rooms in the  City.  All outside rooms and well lighted by  electricity.  For rent by day week or month.  mrs. j. a. Mcdonald  Proprietress.  ir  YOU  CONTEMPLATE  BUILDING  SEE  H. L. PENINGTON  Contractor & Builder,  MERRITT.  A.F.&A.M.  Nicola Lodge  No. 53 meets in  Reid's Hall  the s e c.o nd  Tuesdayofeach  month at 8 p.  m. Sojourney-  Uy invited.  Fred S. Gay  Secretary.  FOR FIRST-CLASS WORK  GO TO  Pioneer Barber  Shop  Brown & Penington,     -   Props.  Next door to Brunswick  a   Pool Room  Had Never Recovered From Effects  of Accident at Merritt  Despondent and morbid on account of his long illness, Rev. T.  Walker, a Church , of England  clergyman, took his own life in  St. Luke's home last night. He  was found this morning hanging  by the rope of his dressing-gown  from one of the rafters of the  woodshed, next to St. Luke's  Home, and it was evident from  his appearance that he had tried  to slash his throat with a safety  razor before hanging himself.  Some three months ago Rev*  Mr. Walker was in charge of the  mission at Merritt when a rock  from a railway cut where some  blasting was being done, struck  him on the side. He seemed to recover somewhat from the effects  of the accident, but was later  compelled to resign from* his  charge at Merritt and enter St.  Luke's Home here.  During the past few days it  was feared that Mr. Walker's  reason was leaving him, but yesterday he seemed to be much better, and none of his friends suspected that he was in such a desperate state of mind.  Mr. Walker came here from  England about a year ago and was  ordained in New Westminster.  He was only abont Jhirty-one  years of age and Merritt was his  first charge.���Vancouver Province.  This judgment ends a famous  case which has been on the federal and district court dockets  since 1908, being held on continuances and negotiations out of  court.  The plaintiff who receives the  $1,000 is Julius Deel. Deel sued  for $25,000 damages. He alleged  he sustained a sprain of the spine  and many cuts, bruises and lacerations when he was initiated  into the order at Spirit Lake,  Iowa.  SPORT  M.S. & D. CLUB.  Last Tuesday night the  ritt   Social and Dramatic  spent in playing  card  The proceedings   were  RAZORS HONED.  MERRITT.  M. L. Grimmett,  W. M.  Plumbing and  Steamfitting  J FIRST CLASS TIN-  SHOP-" Repairing of  all kinds done.  SECOND HAND FURNITURE AND STOVES  We by anything you  j  wish to sell and "sell  anything   you    wish  to buy.  Kennedy &  Cunningham  VOGHT STREET  enlivened by a piano solo by  Miss Agnes Vair; a readingifrom  Service by Mr. Daniels; a recitation by Miss Marriott; and' a  reading from Drummond iby Mr.  Walker. In respect . to the  memory of the late Rev.' T. Walker the members refrained from  concluding their evening with  the usual dance.  The comedy-drama, "A daughter of the desert," which will be  staged by the club on January  30th, has been received and the  I various dramatis personae selected. Rehearsals are being carried out under the supervision of  J. Leechman, and it is expected  that all the people taking part  will be letter-perfect within a1  week. '  Mesdames Boyd, Reid and  McKenzie were chaperones last  Tuesday.  The following are the results  of the league football games played Saturday in the United Kingdom.  EIRST DIVISION  Aston Villa 2, Tottenham Hotspur 2.    ���������'������'.     ;  Bolton Wanderers 4, Sheffield  Wednesday 2.  Bradford City 1, Blackburn  Rovers 0.  Liverpool 3, Manchester United 2.  Manchester City 0, West Brom-  ich Albion 2.  Newcastle United 3, Notts  County 2.  Oldham Athletic 2, Bury 0.  Preston North End 2, Everton  1.    '  Sheffield United 1, Middlesbrough 1.  Woolwich Arsenal 3, Sunderland 0.  SECOND DIVISION  Burnley - Bristol   City,    postponed.  Chelsea 3, Huddersfield Town 1.  Clapton Orient 2, Birmingham  Mer- 0.  Club     Leeds City 0. Fulham 2.  games.      Leicester Fosse 0, Barnsley 0.  further     Notts Forest 2, Blackpool 1.  Wolverhampton 1, Bradford 1.  SOUTHERN LEAGUE  Coventry City-New Brompton,  postponed.  Crystal Palace 3, Plymouth Argyle 1. ���  Luton 1, Southampton 1.  Northampton 5, Queen's Park  Rangers 1,  Swindon.Town 4, Millwall Athletic 1. . '  Bristol Rovers 0, West Ham  United 1, .  \  RUGBY     \  Amateur International:  England 2, Ireland 0.  Blackheath ly, Richmond 0.  United Services 16, Dublin University 10.  Harlequins 27, Lansdowne (J.  Gambribge 24, London Scottish  3.  Oxford 10, Newport 13.  QUILCHENA AVENUE  Newly established throughout.  Best of Furnishings.    -       -    Spacious Rooms.  Excellent accommodation.    -   Well lighted throughout.  Choice Liquors and Cigars.  Special attention   to commercial trade.  Rates $1.50 per day.   Special Rates by the month  ANDREW HOGGAN,  PROPRIETOR  THE COLDSTREAM ESTATE  NURSERIES  VERNON, B.C.  VERNON, B.C.  have a very fine assortment of  FRUIT TREES  ORNAMENTAL AND SHADE TREES  AND SHRUBS.  BUDDED STOCK A SPECIALTY  All trees offered for sale are grown in our own nurseries on  the Coldstream' Estate.  A PRETTY TALE  An old soldier walked up and  down the streets of Vienna playing a violin to earn his daily bread.  After a times his hand became  feeble and tremulous, and he  could no longer make music. One  day the old man sat on the curb  weeping. A man came along and  said:  "My friend, you are too feeble  to play; give me your violin."  He took the instrument and began to discourse most exquisite  music. People who were passing  stopped.-=^A=cr��wd=gathered.=  While the stranger played the  violin the old man held his hat,  and into it fell the coins which  the enraptured townspeople willingly gave. When the hat was  full the stranger said:  "Now put that coin in your  pocket, and hold your hat again."  Then the man played more  sweetly than he had before, and  the tears ran down the faces of  the people who listened. When  the hat was filled the second time,  the violinist dropped the instrument and passed on.  "Who can it be," the people  exclaimed.  "Why," said a man in the  crowd "it is Bucher the greatest  of violinists,"  And so it was. He just took  the old soldier's place, and assumed his poverty and shouldered his burden, and played his instrument and earned for him the  coin he needed so n.uch.  ITEMS  The great violinist Paganini  was once kept in Prison for four  years as a "suspect." During  that time his violin had only one  string; but by incesant practice  he acquiled so wonderful an execution that he could produce  more music with one string than  any other violinist could do with  the usual number.  The Ottawa Citizen learns that  the Militia department intends to  send two or three officers to England shortly to take lessons in  aviation. We quote: 'Recently  two officers were sent to the tests  planned to be held by the U. S.  government at Atlantic City, but  which had to be postponed by  reason of unfavorable weather.  The reports they brought back,  however impressed the minister  with the desirability of further  investigation, and to this end  officers will go to England. Itis  then quite probable that a branch  of aerial navigation by war balloons or aeroplanes will be established in connection with the department."  General Agen,       V. D. CURRY,       Vernon, B. C.  $1,090 FOR RIDING THE GOAT  At Sioux.City, Iowa, for makinga .candidate "ride the goal"  to hi* alleged physical damage'  the Modi rn Woodmen of America  lodge was ordered to pay $1,000  by Judge. Henry T. R <ed in the  federal court.  The'courtmartial held on the  stranding of H. M. C. S. Niobe,  near Cape Sable has been concluded and Commander W. B.  Macdonald has been exonerated.  In the navy he is known as a  capable officer and the court recognized that it was through no  fault of his that disaster overtook  the vessel. Tne court martial  was conducted by British officers  and it is evident that the blame  was located as one officer was  dismissed his ship and a second  reprimanded.  H  WE HAVE THE  CHOICEST LOTS  THE CITY  FOR PRICES AND TERMS SEE  The Diamond Vale Supply  Co., Ltd.  Cor. Quilchena   and Garcia  Streets  MERRITT, B. C.  ft little study of the printing question  right now will convince you that the  work turned out by us is just as neatly  executed as you can get in the large city  shops, and by patronizing us you can have  a proof of your work before it is printed.  The Nieola Valley News  -PHONE 25.     MERRITT, B. C. wmmtmmmmMgmmmmmmmmB^^  THE NICOLA VALLEY NEWS  Friday, November 24,  1911  We have just   received  a new  shipment   of  pipes  consisting of the well known  B B B and Peterson.  Also a nice selection of cheaper lines from which to  choose.  A. F. RANKINE  Druggists.  MERRITT, B. C.  LOCAL AND DISTRICT  Max Burger, of Vancouver,  again in the city on business.  is  Judge Swanson left for Kamloops yesterday afternoon.  Johnny   Garcia   was  in  town  from Aspen Grove this week.  George Murray,   of Nikola,  is  laid up with a badly injured foot.  Mrs. J. M. Millar is rapidly recovering from her recent illness.  Mr. and Mrs. Durland of Nicola visited this city during the  week.  M. L. Grimmett visited Nicola  several times this week. On  Wednesday he attended the session of the County Court.  Miss Wells, of Golden, B. C,  is spending a few days in the city  as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.  P. Boyd.  Miss Polly Priest has severed  her connection with the Coutlee  hotel during the latter part of  last week.  Dr. Williams' new home on  Nicola avenue is rapidly nearing  completion and will be ready for  occupancy within a month. An  up-to-date surgery is being built  beside his residence.  Mrs. Howse and Miss Rubv  Howse, of Nicola, visited this city  during the week.  J. T. Powers, of Canford, was  in the city on business during  the week.  Duncan Curry was in town on  Thursday en route home from a  business trip to Lytton. Mr.  Curry, who now has a ranch in  the vicinity of Minnie Lake, was  one of the first men to 'open a  business in Greenwood.  George Irvine was in the city  on Wednesday, after an absence  of two weeks.  Good progress is being made  in the erection of the cold storage plant of the Meat Market.  Mr. Pennington has eighteen  carpenters at work.   o   Mrs. George McGruther drove  up to Nicola with her infant son  last Thursday.   o   - ' Messrs Turner, Perfect and  Lodwick, of Aspen Grove were  in the city on business this week.   o������������  The Merritt Mercantile have  received a fresh shipment of this  season's New Zealand Butter.  A. E. Howse has returned from  an extensive business trip, during which he visited the coast  cities. He is highly optimistic as  to the business outlook throughout the province.  was to attend. the County Court  sitting at Nicola, but he also spent  some time investigating the local  realty situation, in which he is  interested.  Harry Armstrong, formerly  connected with the Merritt Mercantile, now in the real estate  business in Vancouver, paid a  flying visit to the city for the  weekend. From here he went  to Princeton, Thence he goes  into the Okanagan, and to Revelstoke, before returning to the  coast.  The Merritt Mercantile Company this week received a thirty  h. p, Tudope "Everitt" delivery  wagon. The vehicle is smartly  appointed. Tne growth of this  firms business has made it imperative that speedy delivery wagons  be used.  Jos. Holler, one of the proprietors of the Brunswick Pool room  left on Sunday last for Vancouver and Seattle. It is also Mr.  Holler's intention to pay a visit  to Blaine where he was in business prior to his coming to Merritt.  Frank Weir returned from Pike  Mountain during the latter part  of the week, He went into the  mountain country with Mr. Arm-  itage to do some surveying, but  the depth of snow precluded any  possibility of doing that work.  J. A. Maughan, solicitor, of  this city, attended the session of  the County Court at Nicola this  week.  Jesus Garcia, who went to Agassiz and Vancouver about a fortnight ago, is expected to return  here tomorrow.  Kenneth McRae, of Middlesboro, left for Golden on Thursday  to attend the wedding of his  daughter Florence. From Golden  he goes south to California.  He expects to spend the winter  months in the vicinity of Los Angeles.  Messrs Broome, Charles and  Lewis of Canford, passed through  the city on Tuesday, en route to  Quilchena and Nicola.  ��� o   Mr. Meiville, who has been  staying at Nicola for some time  past, went down to Vancouver on  business last Wednesday.  F. A. Reid went down to Vancouver on yesterday's train. He  will spend some days with his  brother in the terminal city and  will return home about next Sunday. His brother Barry has  charge of the business in his absence.  The installation of the iighting  plant for the Sunshine Theatre is  being rushed ahead, and it is expected that by next Thursday  everything;will be in readiness  to again open this popular amusement house which has been closed fcr the past three weeks on  account of the lighting company's  plant being out of commission.  Hereafter there will be three  shows daily; a matinee in the afternoon and two shows in the  evening. Mr. Lepitre has secured the services of an extra operator who will assist him and it is  confidentially expected "that once  their own plant is in working order no more trouble and annoyance such as they have had to  contend with in the past will be  met with and an uninterupted  performance may be guaranteed  the public.  Don't forget the dance at  Menzies hall " next Thursday  night.  Charlie Howse has undertaken  to reconotruct the. motor car  used by his father's store for the  past few months. ���=  Mr. and Mrs. "E. Durland have  taken the residence formerly occupied by Mr. Edgar Lunn at  Nicola.  H. Colin Clark, formerly a solicitor of this city, but now practicing in Vancouver, returned to  Merritt on Monday evening. The  particular object of his return  William McNeil came into town  from Aspen Grove this week.  '    o ���  Tuck Collins was laid up with  rheumatism last week.  J. F. Dawson, of Christi and  Dawson, civil engineers and surveyors, of Ashcroft and Kamloops, who is surveying Aspen  Grove arrived in the city last  night.  E. Wilkinson of the Beaver  ranch was a visitor to Nicola  during the week.  B.C. Municipalities Seek Legislation  Amendments.  Victoria, Nov. 19.���Many important changes in the legislative  provisions regulating municipal  government will be put forward  by the Union of British Columbia  Municipalities to the Provincial  Government at the next session  of the Legislature following the  result of the seventh annual convention of the ..union now in session in this city.  Among the leading matters  which today received consideration was that recommending a  change in the Municipal Clauses  Act, whereby the law as now  constituted giving the right to  only a registered owner of land  to vote upon money by-rlaws,  will be changed to permit of  similar privileges to an agreement holder who has registered  his agreement irrespective of his  assessable interest in the property.  Another important recommendation which will go to the legislature is that asking that legislation be enacted whereby  government and municipal ownership in telephones can be established throughout the province.  The convention refused to adopt  the recommendation that the  Boards of License Commissioners  be elected by ballot at the regular municipal elections. Also  the convention favored the  giving of power to the municipalities to abolish the ward system  in favor of a majority of the  electors at an election favoring  this step..  Many other amendments to  the Municipal Clauses Act were  also considered.  The convention of the Union  of B.C. Municipalities will be  held at Revelstoke next year.  The following officers were  elected: President, Mayor Planta,  Nanaimo; vice-president, Mayor  Lee, New Westminster; secretary-treasurer, Reeve Bose,  Surrep; executive���Mayor .-Hamilton, Revelstoke, Reeve Weart,  Burnaby,- Reeve Dick, Mission,  Reeve Pound, South Vancouver,  Reeve McNaught, North Vancouver, Aid. Enright, Vancouver,  Mayor McNeish, North Vancouver. ���  A large number of Merritt  people, also Nicola people, are  going to. attend the dance at  Middlesboro tomorrow night.  Don't forget it.   Admission 75c.  Don't give up hoping when the ship  goes down,  Grab a spar or something���just refuse  to drown.  Don'tthink you are dying just because  you're hit,  / Smile in face of danger and hang  to  your grit.  Folks die too easy���they sort of fade  away:  Make a little error and give up in dismay.-  Kind of. man that's needed is the man  of ready wit,  To laugh at pain and trouble and keep*  up his grit.        ���Louis E. Thayer.  The-Middlesboro'Club'will hold  a dance in their quarters tomorrow night. These dances  are proving highly successful  and a large attendance is assured.    Admission 75c. a  Corporation of the City of  Merritt,  WANTED  APPLICATIONS for the position of  CHIEF OF POLICE for the City of  Merritt. Salary $100 per month.  Also for the position of NIGHT  POLICEMAN; salary $70 per month.  Applications stating qualifications  and experience must be in the hands  of the City Clerk not later than 12  o'clock noon of Tuesday, November  28th, 1911.  H. PRIEST,  .  City Clerk.  H. R. H. Christie, B.Sr., B.C.L.S.  P. J. Dawson, B.So, D.L.S., B.C.L.S'  Christie & Dawson  ���     ��� Civil Engineers  Dominion and British Columbia  Land Surveyors.  KAMLOOPS, BC.  Branch        -      Ashcroft; B. C.  ave iiist receive*  a Larioa1  Oxford Chancellor,  FOR WOOD OR COAL  ��  So   complete   in   every  qetaii   as is  herewith presented in the  J^ Handsome in appearance, construe ted^of^the^  very best material, mounted by the most  skilled labor, they cannot fail to give satisfaction.  CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK  GENERAL PROVIDERS  New Howse Block  Quilchena Averu

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