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HEr-NlCOLA HERALD
Vol. 2.  No. 20.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1906.
$2 a Year
RAILROAD WORK
MR  OAMBIB BRINGS PARTY UP IN
HIS PRIVATB OAR
THB BANK OP MONTRHAL
Canada'!   L_arge_t   Financial   Inetltu
ARREST ROBBERS
Dontraotor  Maedonell   Wtll   Pleated
With Construction   PrelKht Will
Be Hauled to Coutlee In
Two Weeks Time.
H. J. Cambie, engineer-in-
chief of the C. P. R. western
division brought a party up in
his private car to Cinford yesterday. The party on board
consisted of Lady Bourinot of
Ottawa, who has been visiting
her sister Mrs. Maedonell at
the coast, Mrs. Maedonell, Miss
Ida Cambie, Miss Mabel Tat-
low, and Messrs, Cambie, Maedonell and Usborne. They
drove to Nicola in the after
noon and will remain in town
for a day or two
Mr. Maedonell reports good
progress being made with railroad construction. The difficulty in procuring ties has been
overcome and construction is
going ahead rapidly, being
only about two weeks behind
what was anticipated' The
track is laid to nine miles from
Coutlee and they have every
confidence that in two weeks
time, they will be able to haul
freight into Coutlee.
No time is being lost, construction being pushed right
ahead, and telegraph and fencing gangs keeping right up
with c .nstruction. There is no
doubt that if work goes on as
it has done the past few weeks,
the confidence of the contractors, in seeing the construction
trains at Coutlee in two weeks
time will not be misplaced.
Arrangements are being made
for sidings every ten miles and
amongothers, Lower Nicolaand
Coutlee are having sidings built
and stations will be erected
where required. Two work
trains on the grade are keeping things busy
The surveyors are keeping
right ahead with their work.
The line of road has been pegged past the cemetery on the
south side of the river along
the lake side and are at present
a few miles out of town. The
evident intention is to survey
a line along the lake level to
Quilchena. Messrs. Cambie
and Maedonell were looking
over the railway route in this
vicinity today.
A recent number of (he Canadian
Trade Review conttint t noil intereitinf
tnd _o_tprthtnilvi historical ucnunt ef
the Btnk of Montrttl, with I number nf
g uiI illuitritinni of tbt splendid Mon*
I tal buildings. The irliclt ii well writ-
m md worthy of gtntrtl btru'tl. The
following ptrtjnphi intljr eipress the
inportint potition occupied by ont of
Ihe fur-most financial inititntioni of
Canada:
������Though pre-eminently t Camdiin
bank, it hu bten the policy of its man-
S-V'i tnt to establish tgencies in oentrea
ou'tidt (he Dominion where Ctnada hu
large commercial interests. Resides,
therefor?, id hundred odd Canadian
hrsnrhri, it hu offices in London, Nhw
Turk. Chicign, Spokane, Newfnundltni
and Meiico. At ill nf these poin's it
enjoy* in importance enmmen-ortte with
its stability and miinitude and sff rds
valnthlii ficilititi to Canadians away from
h'ime.
8'nce 1817, Canidt his developed frntn
hem_ a scitt-red collection nf htmlets
il .rig the shores of the River 8'. Lawrence, tn t nttion which, in ft inlition
io trade, in wttlth, in trtnspi ration
facilities is superior to many nf the King
dome nf Europe, and ii in a fair wiy tn
rtok with France and Germany ere
another generation hu passed.
Without engaging in sensational m*ty-
ods of competition or indulging in un
pr. fi'aWe eipanaion nut nf keeping with
sound tnd conservative hinting, the
Rank nf Montreal during i's eighty-tint
w ara of histnrv, his been one o' the most
eff ctin igencies in the development of
t��� e H minniti, amply justifying its retl
though not sctual title of "Oantdt't
National Btnk."
Radloal Changes.
Resolution! were pnt forward it the
Methodist eonferenee it Victorit thtt
week, one sh .1 sl.es the timi limit to thtt
t favorite minister om be retained for tn
indefinite period; another ia to qualify
laymen it member, of (he conference
stationing committee, ltd t third aims lo
tmnower the election of women to tny
tnd til official positions in the church.
24th May Celebration.
Metis will he strved on (be A'hletie
Ornundi nn iht 24th Mtv, it 12 o't'ock,
tickets 60 emits, children undtr tight fr ���
tnd under fourteen 25 oents; tlso tt 6:30
to 6 p. m , tickets 25 cints, ohildren 10
eents. A refreshment stall will be provided.
New Past Through Fockiea.
A Winnipeg despttch isys (In* of
the Canadian Northern engineers is the
tuthnrity for (ht stitemn t (hst tht oom
psny hu locttrd a iplendid pan ihrnugh
l'i e Rookies. It runs between the Ah
tbtica tnd Yellowh��id paiaes ind will
not he more than 160 note n r li . f llsv
elitoki. Ry thit put it htoo'nst possible
to ran t direct line from Kdmonton to
Rote Inlet. Thit pus it uid (o be the
bttt of tny yet found through the __oui ���
MM
THRBB MEN CAPTURED AT DOUGLAS I.AKB    0NB MAN SHOT.
A fine spring salmon weighing bftween
tbirt.sn tnd fourteen poundi tai caught
in the irrigttion ditch at .lames Pooley't
ranch.
.! .in. i Rinnie Ittt of Vernon, arrived
in Nicola thii week to tike op a position
ta bookkeeper with tht A  E. Howst Co.
.Ismes D. Uillit letvtt tomorrow for
Ihe eoatt.
Leader  Supposed  to   Be "BUI" Miner,
Wanted for  Other   Hold-Upt.
Constable Penile Hero of
the Capture.
On Mondiv afternoon at 1:30 o'clock,
tbout t mile from Douglas Lakt, tht
thru trtin rohhen wtrt captured by t
pout of the Niirthwsit Mounted Police
under Sergunt Wilton, Th�� men bid
heen traoked from Campbell's Meidot't
vit Fish lake through to Douglas Lake l>y
Provinoitl Cniistablt Fernie of Kamloops.
On Monday morning Fernie saw thrse
men walk ng si mgside the road neir
Murny ereek t short distsnoe from Doug-
Its like, Fernie wis tlnnt tnd it ouct
let off for Chaperon We. tnd notified Ser
geant Wilson of tht Mounted Police who
with hii men it once started tfter the
nun. The men mtanwhile had camped
in the brush and noiign i_ them could bt
leen. Ferine made off f r DougUl lake
tn send word to Quilehent to hrmg the
hloodhoundt. During hit tbstnet tht
Mounted Poliot made diligent search tnd
���uddenly came upon three men finishing
lunch. Sergeant Wi son ukrit "What
At you doing there?' The <>ldt<t mtn
replied ''We are out prospeoting " Tht
Sergeant asked where, tnd the same mm
replied "Over there,' pointing south.
"Will," taid Ssr.eaul Wilson, "I guets
you ire the men we waul for the holdup,'
tt the same time covering the loader with
his revolt tr, ont of tbe ot her troopert cov-
ered mother, while the third man it ones
rolled into the ditch netrby, crying out,
"Wtll, it't ill up hoys," and started shoot
ing on the police, who returned lire,
"Shorty" it he wu called, crying quits
after (en or t dozen ehnt had been filed,
he evidently hiving emptied hu revolver.
"If," he uid "I htd hid my automatic
revolver there would have been t hot
time round thout here, y<>u bet."
It wu found thit "Shorty" hid been
thot in the leg, and hr said "It is too
damned had you didn't put it through my
heid." "
A rig wis obtained from Douglas lake
tnd the prisoners were taken 'o Quilchena
where Dr. Tutill attended the injured.
Tht prisoners in charge of the Mounted
Poliot remained over n>ght. tnd left Tun
d.y m ruing at 7:30 _r_____ for Ksmlooat.
' After arrest tbe prisontrs were found
tn have several automatic revolvers and i
l.rgi tupply of immunitmn. Among the
effects tiken were the gougles worn hy
the leader tnd toini matter supposed to
have been taken from the mail.
Tht prl-ntier-. gave their nan t< is
Oiorge Edwards, Willitm Dunn (Shorty)
and Louu Cnlquhnuu.
Kdwardi is said to be the celthnted
Rill Miner, __W his linen ooiiiiectld Wlih
several hold-upi iii I I wtst, and litre II
very little douht but th��t ibis it o met.
Miner or Edwards hai hem in lim Leal
ty before, having been fir lhe past two
yean in the Nicols tnd Sumlkaini en dli
i rkt prospecting.
Edwards In tn interview with t reprt
stutativt if The Nicola Herald laid:
"Neither he nor the others had anything
to do with the bold op. The) bid start
td from Pot Hole like netr Atpen Grove
intending t< prospect tislwards towaidl
Arim mug or hack of (irand Prtiiietld
return t wmls Nicolt. They taut via
Bachtlor't ti.es 'iisi and n rti to Doug
laa laki where thoy were a-retted."
Asked ti to rttton for carrying tht
armament they did, he replied "Thtt
tvery prospector carried fire trmt."
Edward wished it It Itt- thtt: "Ht
thought he could provt tnilibi tnd uttd
that he ihould tot bt condemned nn
heard."
Edwtrdt answers the description of thi
leidtr of the hold uu men eent out by Ihe
police. He ii fairly well known ill
through tht Aspen Grovt copptr cimo
to prospectors and minsn tnd for tomt
time Used in Princeton tnd vicinity. Ht
Would dissspesr for wteks ind suddenly
turn op again an I always had money. It
it curious thit Edwtrdt'6nt tppetrtnoe
iu thu district was at Princeton itnmedi
���tely after the holdup it Million. If
the siippouiion is correct (bit Edwtrdt it
"Bill" Miner, he must have c nut through
Ctnlliwick to Hope tnd over the liw-
trail lo Prinoeton. One of Edwtrd'i
mysterious disappearances tlso coincided
with the holdup at Spokane some lime
tgo. Edwards has an ink mark it Ibe
bate of the thumb of the lefi hand, which
is the shape of a tree ind is an- ut ti inch
in sue, which tallies tiactly with (he des
criptioii given hy one of the mail clerks.
El wards ii a smuoth spoken gentleman
with loft loothiru accent. Hu manner
is quiet tnd totally unlike whit would bt
eipected from the leader of a hold up
gang.
William Dunn, called "Shorty,'' ins
wen to tht description of the second mtn.
He bts heen a prospeetor down it Alb
nola near Hedlev, and claims to he interested with M. K R gen of theNokel
Plate mine, in several mining properties.
He shows the greatett nern. of the three
and there is m douht thit had tht
other two put up the tig'-t he did. the
police would have hid a harder time m >k
lug the arrest. Whilt the doctor Wat
probing for tht bullet in his leg, be
laughed and joked with those ana >d aud
repeated his former remark that it was a
"pity it htd not gone thr ugh his head."
The wound is t puncture tbout four
inches below the right knee passing
through the upper part of calf from be
hind, running forward ind outwtrd ctr-
rymg pieces of garments. The wound
was carefully investigated hy Dr. Trill
tnd he states thtt there mty he dinger of
blood poisoning for a ftw days on tccouot
of infection carried into tbe wound by
the clothing.
The third mtn tnswtrs the deicripti'n i
��� Ithough hit age cannot he more thin 30
years. He gives hii nsnie ai Louis Col
quhoun tnd comes from Phoenii in the
Boundary, and claims to have been in
this district only a few mouths. He ll
very reticent tnd from his appearance ii
hardly likely to he taken for i member of
t hold up gang.
Constable Ftrnie it tht htro of tht tr-
resl. He hai heen on the trick ever
sinoe the hold up tnd it is due to his in
fi.rmttion thit tht Mounted Polioe were
thle to mike the irrtit.
Captiin VV. 8. Setvey, superintendent
of (ht Thlel Detective Agency, Seattle,
hts hten on the icent for sever.I days,
t id was olost tt hind whtn the arrtit occurred. Ht ii now investigiting tht
tutter more thoroughly. He hid with
im. hr. Taylor of Sp kint, who shot
outlaw Smith in Oregon the other day,
ind who with hu well trained blood-
houndt wu rttdy to tikt the trtok if
wtnted.
BANDITS ON TRIAL
Thomis Rrown who wai in Nicoli section several yttri tgo visited it tgtin this
week tnd wtt looking ip claim whioh
he owni. He hu ipent t few years in
South Africa tnd seen active itrvict during the wai.
RBMAND RBFUSBD.   FULTOM PROS
BCUTINO M ACINTYRB OBPBNCI
Mr. Sergeant of London, Eng., trrived
tt Coutlee on Tuetdty tnd intends residing in the Nicolt Vtllty. lis is s
brothtr of Dr. Sergeinl.
Trial Creating Great  Sensation.  Mac
lntjrra Bajn The Mounted Police
Havt  No Jurisdiction in
Thit ProvinM.
The preliminary examination
of the men arrested on Mon.
day afternoon for the train
robbery, began this morning
at Kamloops before M. P. Gordon, J. P. F. J. Fulton, attorney general is prosecuting
and A. I . Macintyre is acting
fur the defence. At the beginning of the examination
Macintyre sparred for some
time in a vain attempt to have
the case remanded for eight
days Sergeant Wilson was
the first witness. He testified
tn the discovery and arrest and
identified the guns and property found on the prisoners,
During Wilson's cross-exami-
nation Macintyre elicited the
tact that Capt. Seavey of the
Fhiel Detective Agency had
been allowed to hold communication with the prisoners while
they were at Quilchena. Macintyre states that his clients say
that Seavey passed himself off
as an attorney from Kamloops
and had tried to gain infornu-
tion from them under this impression. Wilson denies this
and asserts that Seavey told
Colquhoun that he was a detective. Trooper Stewart corroborates Wilson's evident e.
Macintyre is trying to show
that the Mounted Police have
no jurisdiction in British Columbia and asserts that they
had not been sworn in as special constables. The hearing is
still going on.
VICTORIA DAT OBLBBRATION.
The general impression is
that the approaching celebration of Victoria Day will eclipse
any held in the Valley during
the last few years. While it
may be true that many years
ago, the celebration was entered into with more enthusiasm
than of late years, yet it is different this year. Everyone is
taking an interest in the event
and contributions to the prize
fund are better than in former
years. From the arrangements
made, it is expected that a fine
celebration will be the result of
the work of the various committees.
DON'T FORGET THE VICTORIA DAY CELEBRATION AT NICOLA, $200 IN PRIZES, STARTS 10 O'CLOCK SHARP THE   NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thnrs lay
_r_,-iorljr_ton, ln Advance. __! aTear
NIOOI-, If. May  T   <M
BUM I FIRES.
The la*, reg.tr i ng prcven-
iio 1 nf lu>h fires and the p n-
ishment of th( iK m ho carelessly
U ut these fires, evidently requires drastic amendment.
1 he law, as it Stands at present, is as lollows as contained
in Section 5, Chapter 27, of
the statutes of luo_: "It shall
not be lawful fur any person to
set out, or cause to be set out
or started, between the 1st day
of May and the I St day of Oct
ober in each year, within any
fire district, any fire for the
purpose ol clearingl.mil, unless
the owner "r occupier of any
land on which tire shall be so
made or started for the pur-
p >se of clearing same, shall by
himself nr his servants, con
stantly watch over, manage and
care for _uch fire, and observe
every reasonable care and pfe��
caution to prevent such fire
from spreading."
An amendment was introduced during the last session
of the legislature, making it
necessary for the owner of or
occupier of land, required to be
cleared, to secure a permit from
the nearest government agent
or provincial constable, tor the
starting or setting out of said
fire. The. permit was only to be
granted ' after the official to
whom application hail been made
had persi nally inspected the
place and satisfied himself that
a permit could besafelygranted,
Had the amendment become
law the evil no doubt would
have been greatly lessened. At
present'it is almost impossible
for the authorities to secure a
conviction unless by accident.
The fire which was raging last
week on Iron Mountain might
easily have assumed great proportions, Portun itely the rain
of the past tew days has minimised the apparent danger but
it should be a lesson to those
who require to burn brush for
clearing, etc, to take the great
est care that the fire does not
gain head enough so that they
cannot fight it. It would be
much better if in future legis
lation on the matter, details of
the precautions necessary were
issued, as is done in other parts
of the Dominion.
The Turkish government
has accepted the demand of
Great Britain conditionally in
regard to the Tabah boundary
question.
Butae-ibe for tht Herald, S3 m yur
Oo It Armitr t,_'-, I v     'a. for
y>ur suit fur tht _.th ol Miy. Ht cirtiet
the latest ind unm up to dite line of
tUlimg of my business  house in Nici ll.
Snhscril-rs to Th�� Sicoli ll-rt'd C��l
re e* their subscription! by ttnding m
$���-' to the office.
Thit ftw fnr all nd with  i |U'��t0
f tbt -n.ii.-r  ought   to fitch '.in
M li May Otiebrati n.
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AS AN
OX
__-_-.LEr.r8 Beef, Iron
ami WlllH mates you
.trmig Compottd of fresh
liccf. Iron in a form that
is easily issiinilated, and
good Slierrv Wine, it itt
tunic thtt males rich new
blood, supplitt Rttrftgtll'
DM material to Inilld H._h
and muscle, and stimulates the whole system to
newer ��� Uor( ami ti trgy,
Price #1 per buttle.
MALLERYbRUCCOi
LDttTM
KAMLOOPS,    :      :   E. C.
IflMtfit'ltlCDI
ASK YOUK DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UNION MADE CIGARS
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NURSERIES
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PACI-"C COAHT l-ROWH
Qtrdtn, K o��er snd fu id Needs.
Kef it- j��� i ..w iu stock in I mi  ti-st in
our _rcHiili i bei.    As- your "in hint for
t t.n in swtttd patktgti.    If li�� dois no'
handle them,   Wt   will   mail   fit)   assorted
5) pa< k'tffs ot vtsfttah v amI  fl ��� ,er st sds
( .r own ��� lidion, suitable f.r B. 0, gar-
d.-t ��) for SI I 0.    Bpt-lll prices   >n   your
Inok ses.ls
B. < . iirovrn Slock   nl Fruit ��od
OriiaineulHl Trrn,
Now ready lor sprin< shipment. Eltra
nice atock of���
I and 3 sear old apple tree- at %'Ki per 100
|l*i per llW.
Mayn-rd I'lntn $100
1 alian I'rntie. -).-ar tine |2_ per If.
Hiin��r 1'1'ini   I rear, 11 ne $:_) per 100
�� ill list of u.l er stock at regular prices
No eipense, Ics or delay of ii-inigrKiun
nr inspection.
Oreentinnse Plants, Floral Work, Htt Isp-
pll's, fruit I'lckaves, Fertilisers, etc.
Lst me price your list before ordering.
Ctttlogue Free
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NICOLA A8___.hMKN t IU.STIUCT.
TAX MlTH'F.
HOTiei Is k_H_f W*m In MMs__M erltli
__���___*____, fl.a  I*i_l1 l_t____tl in >' so Tai and
. ,1 kuat and i .        ' ������   i sa.seland
|_*___ usder ihe  .--.S.O.-I   A. I aod amr_.il
��� en's, iff ii-..i .1 It si,.I  i sjalil- f -r lhe j-ar
I9Q__ Al. : . ll    nlaieaeee
llient district an .'.'ie ai.d |.ajal-.eal B| olio c
_______ tt Simla.   This ni.inr, in term. o( lev
laequlval-nt in a tt-M__l AfiiMK bj me upon
all peisonslitltlel.tr no-.
OKO.   M_.tK*Y,
Assw-oraad -'oll_-ru��r.
M..U A ml It's rid.
Nicola Po-t I nine.
Dated at Skola�� h of Fehrttarr, I90-.
UOTICE.
A littiiiK of tlie ('ouu'y Court of Ysle,
Will be held III It. U urt House, NlColl,
B. C, on
Monday, 21st May 1906
If 10 a.m.
H_n,  MniiuY,
('. ('   l(._lsfrsr
��II It is. OtrTHBTT
\  K. I'. s_ l-iiidoii
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
K.-TmUmji��, H, <'.
Awoyg and  _______>��_���   if iircx, ('nfil and In
diintr-a' i��r *nirt*.
fftinplci  hy  mihiI nr it-we receive prompt
r_rtoiUi'>n.
jx  o. F.
rnl'KT Mini,A, Vo. Htfll, A.O. F.. meete
s.r..url snr1 f"'inh Kriils. in fai'h moiilli
alls. in I'iiiiI. )'s Hsll.    Visitiuc hrelhren
rjerdTall] itiviicii
N   J. IUI.WI' k, t . it.
<v. OoKDOli Mi'uhay. 8es.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
llorss Sll. Hi |( s   .|ieCI��l.y.
NICOLA UKR. R C.
W. J.. KERR
Watchmakerjeweler
KAMLiMll'S, II. C.
All  kinds  of  Watrlo-s, Clucks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stuck.    Wedding prei
ents a epi-clalty.
Firs' class repairs done on short nolioe
and returned at nnoe
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
Is prepared in taks con'ractl for
mn i Inui'er and netting out
tun Iter.
<���<-ii'-rnl Villi rontrncla I \<< uls-d
PRlCllis M'UlKltATK
l*,rtjes aithini   work ran  havi tsne
pronp  ly all I  t,, l.y aiji'yi   g to
F. U   WtiuDWARn.
Ni.ola, 1  C.
Lsave y.iiir i rdets ��lth N. I, Barwick,
for lumber who is ��_ent for tl._ Nicola
Porta-'ls Steam Sae Mill lie oan kelpynu
plan ont an order.
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
yRNDKRi will  be received  by the nnder
sinned executors nf the estate of the late
John Corbett, rle<'ea*��d, up to 12 o'clock oooir
Friday, June 18 h, IDOfi, for the purchase of the
eaet.half Section _5, 'oonship 91. on the plains
about three miles west of Mcola containlnu
WO acres more or less.
TKRMH ("ASH.
Dated at Nioola, R C , March 17.190-
A. R. CAMRINdTOK,
N. J. H. HAKWICK,
F-ecutors of the  Estate of the late Joht
Corbett.
TO A MINER
Stetson Hat
is as good as a nugget.
They're worn all over the
world by men who work mostly
out-of-doors, because they are
durable and protective.
Our stock of this famous
brand is now complete.
We have many styles, made
up in several grades and colors,
from which you can choose.
A Fine Line
of New
SUMMER
SAMPLES
Just in
Latest  Styles
and
Fashion
A Stetson Hat and a Suit of 20th Century
Clothes go hand in hand.
COME IN AND MTIT YOURSELF.
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Nir.il-*
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M-INl't-TON
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
Nu OLA LAK!:, H. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Ve.i], Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout tht District   receiv.- .arefiii st'.i'ion  and   prompt   dtlirtry
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
I'roprlelwr
JAHEN   POOL-f
STIDw-A R-T'S
NICOU AND PRINCETON
D-���.  " '   '
ill
also  Qonoral Livory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   Iburaday tor Mcola lake, Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday lor Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
hvery   Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p,m.
Leave Nieola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
TelephonH connection with Kamloopa
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK
JOB WORK THE  NICOLA  HERALD
PROQR AMMB OT SPORTS
Boyi net, IB yttri ind under
I! ys ract, 10 years tnd utder
flir1   rtce, 15 ytari ltd undtr
I lr_f.il hoy't, 15 ynu and undtr
< -iris net, 10 yean tnd under
Sack rice, Imy's 15 years and under
Indian race, 100 yards
Klo-tchmiii's rtce, 50 yirds
Men's race, 100 yards
Ijadlea' nail driving conttit
Men's race, 220 yirls
i 'hioauii ii race, 100 yardi
I.nlns' i-.'k tnd ssi ii race
Three -f_N_, uicn's rice, 60yardt
Ladies' elieelharro* race, 50 yirdi
I'ntato race, 50 yardl
Mouagerie rice.
Tug of war
i:\_lKIIAKi  KVK.NT-.
ThreidiiiK tin needle ract
Cigar and s ula race
Cosrhoy race
Victorit Cross not
Partner race, lady and gent
High jump.
HOK-K Kil.'KS
Half mile, open.
Quarter mile, Indian.
Quarter mile, Klootehmen.
Half mile, Indian.
Half mile, Klo tchnien.
Half mi'e, iiietnhers N. A. A. only.
In all foot races three must start or no
rice.
Entrance fee for 100 yard men's, 220
ysnls men's and 60 yard 3 legged race,
o|i.-n, 25 cents each.
Ktiirance fee for gymkhana events, 26
cents.
Entrance fee for half mile open, $1,
6 to enter and 3 to sun or n race. Win
ners of this race harred from other horse
rac>s.
Entrance fee for half mile meiuh.ri N.
A. A., fl, 5 in enter 3 to start. Stock
saddles only to he used, Horses must
have heen ouned hy memhers fur three
tnniiihs prior tn race, snd innat he ri Iden
hy memhers of the N. A. A. hut not neo-
trmrily the o*oers.
Jamet Dummuir Lieutenant Governor.       THS PL ACS TO BUT TODR
The Black Diamonds.
The _____ diamond used for diamond
drilling has lately advanced in price and
ia no�� worth fr >ni $75 to f_t per carat.
It ii noteworthy that in ihe rough these
csthnns are more. . .pensive than tre the
uneut jewel diamonds, the latter ranging
.torn t*u In f45 per carat. From tht
differeii-P in prno and the known hardness of these two forma of carlmn it
Would seem that tht j.iwel stones would
be selected for drilling. That in h is not
the cast is due 'o the greater elasticity of
the black diamond, this qu Jit} making it
Bore adapt oil to the wink of o: Ming
Carbons for drilling are tnostiy produced
in RrszJ, where the itidustiy is eot.irtlltd
by a butch company.
It you will step in at Arm-troig's thin
it Lower Nioola, ymi will bu convinced
that, he carries (he la'est and most com
plot.' line of gents furnishing . including
|____Mf top shirts, fancy VMM, hats md
:aps all kinds and shailui collars, lies, etc.
Geological Reporta
With | view of bringing prominently
before Ihe puhhi not only the work being
done by (hi officers of the sur��. jr Imt tht
Hwlll trrived it byihsir ltpk>r_ti*l
in.I eiaminatioiia, A. P. Lit, director of
the geological survey depsrttnriit, Otttwi,
purposes supply the OtOtditB prets, at
regular intervals, with such items of inter, st ta will bt likely to tppialtothe
general public, ami espt'citliy to the
minir, proaptctor, lumberman and tgri-
tulturiit.
Ctrrington'a Golden Leaf ttt it the
rery finest flowery ortngt pekot. Im-
porttd ind picked especially for ut. It
ir.siln.elr the finest tta on tht mirkit
SO until pound.
Thtt free for til rice with t punt of
$20 for tht winner ought to fttch them.
24 1. Mty Ctlt-ritic.n.
VVor 1 htt been received from Otttwi
that lames Dunsmuir hu been appointed
I tuteutut governor of Untied Columbii
io i-O.eitiuD to Sir Henri Joly.
Subicriben to The Nicola Herald esn
renew their subscriptions by itndiug il
f2 to Iht office.
Csrrlngton's Silver Letf tit is the best
60.1 tet on the market. It is t fine
ormgi pekoe, a Itraight assam Its No
ImUse coiiiplete wnhin.t It.
JOHN C. ADAIR
l-iKIMENilNEERCOAL&OILEIPE-T
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit ail     Nicola, B. C.
NOT-OK
Notice  is   herrhv   irivrn   Hoii  wi hoi ilo-avs
fro . ila ������ I   nie A inskiiiK sppln'a'inn to lhe
r-Mnrah-i i-li if mmml ��i r of I ,nrls anil
works f ,r iiiT'i'issiiit, io i.  rnllt i| i'_ ttrea  of
lia.lun- lam! i'. the  Kam oops .livi-ion of Yale
flisirc'  sit uaterlHS follows;    c inPfiein_ ata
"takeat ihen w"win-r of lol IHT, II I, rnnninir
ihence north _P__ ew-at,  I hence west   11,112
i hon.  soulh  -ii.'_ chains.  < hi e, east 3051-
chaits to I.   io of i neiict.iM.nl
Hnn-h 17 1��K1 J.   i (iRtivts.
S0101,
v.iti.- |s herein Kivrn thit within finHajs
frnin .lair 1 in end making un .lealMa lol e
hon.i-hief em is i..ne. of lands-ml work-f.r
ILTnis-iioi   o.   pioehas..   3.H    ,.'.- nf iHstlirn
1 .nil In the Kaii'lotii'.-m-i-n . f Ya'ndiH'riit,
-ilnaterl asf.i low.;    0 lli'lnit il   i stake nt
tln-h wciT'ii-of iIii- Ih...t lIVi . hains mi ..-at
��� ft-, s r. tamer of I, M �� I. n ni__ thenet
test   inch ns the cr n ith x_ chsins. thenet
I   we��t4or.;hnln-, Ik. n.e snnih So chains to ootnt
!   of en    ..I'lt.-i"  e..t.
Mtich 17. !��-. Uto. Hent
NdTli'K
\ntli'cishe.eh.v _i'. ti tha' wi ' In six j- days
from dale 1 i"t-   d -skins ll'ltllCI'ins lotin-
hon, ehief coin'iil"ioti..r "f lands and works ft*
liennissinn to i. or'a-e lllHcr��s nf na-lnrel nd
In -he i> -in I......  dlvl Pm of Tail dis rin -itu-
a'cd asfi'low :   o se'-ltfl  astakea'lhe
NK   comet    of   |,ol    11*1,11    1. ��� llllnilu I hei.Ce
no. li 10 chains,'he wtt  .1     ,m . tl.eni-
soiith III ciiaim, thence ra-t 40 -bains loihn
l'Oi..tofc -initie_.reiii.nl.            VV. ' .  I akp.
March 17. I'ssi ___	
Null. r.
Notice i- ht-rt'li. ifivm ' nt vu'vhn h\x\j d��y-
f'nm <iKtsr> 1 micni inxkinif ni.1.1 cu! urn i i th*.
bon i hi< f oomi-iin-itiiit r nf Ur <i- *in1 work* ttt
t-.inni ��� i 'ri to I'lircha i 40 nere* "f pa-tore
luiiri in th ��� k ." Imp-d_��i iflii of .iilf (.intrrt,
Hl'natod anf.11 m-\ CKHiimeDHoff at h nit-lie at
thfcH h. loriit-r of l."i 7t'_t (1 1. riinninjt tht'H'0
_an. .0 c In in-, 'hrnc-i unrth 20 ohaui*.. ihence
went _fl cbaoiK kauri tv.uth H obaliu 19 ihe
point of ni'Minein't rneo'.
March 17, 19wi. C. W. K. Tmom-on
Notice*.
\o'i<'��i* hereby �� v. n that.0��da>H nftex date
I in'end lo ai-ph to the Mini, the chief (JW���*
Nii-HionT of i.andr. ml Workn for p ���rmin-iiin
to iiiiiili'iM-tUdare-nf niiHiiiain pa-tur(^ land
rlM-e'ihe.i   a     folo*-.   eoilillii'ii-iiiK  -tt   npu-t
marked t. It u_ 1 post, n w. eo-'D' r. situ '��� d
at or near Manitite>avon* road, -iboin 1 mile
north of (jiiinville'H ino h, thenee K Aueluin-,
s 80 ehaum, W 8H ehainn, N 8U i-hfttQl to initial
punt KKANll-i KEY.
Nicola, April 27th, M
Notice.
Not'ce 1^ h��re y |.T(P that firt days after date
I intend to apply ��0 tbe Hon. the i b ef con '
mi-iiifiuer of ln'id-and work-* fo- periiii^hiii to
to pur hrtt-e ti.OH.Tei. of mounUin pactUFt land
d aentied >- fullnvH: POoimMH-NI ��' poet
murk- d No 1. J. B, M'h. n. w en nc a^joinina
K K'-.b w. oirner, thi'uiv K HO, ��� Mtt, WSO.N
H'l to initial pO-Cs J. K. Ml KttAY.
Nicola f?ih April. M
Notice
8ixtj_l%y_ after dale I in Ind to apply to tht
Hon. tlieehi- f c�� Ml< ncof lain,*-und vvoik,
f ir i ern.i_r.ioit 'n punhi (l_BUM<*Mol pntirt
Unpin Acpen Uni.e sl'iiit't'd %* fn],.���..-: imtm-
n't. cinn a a to-t marked A. It ('. pl*'ed
ahoiii 20 chain--rail atid Ifl "hat'H tunrth of  lhe
h k. ncrnfr  f Lot itfl.i, _J �� P rbatn nonh,
tbi'iicr '_m ihatn tart, ihii<v lOCnalf north,
lh"in'e 4�� (ttiaiii). na-it, :h in .'in   hala* Hmtil,
'lu'iit'ii NehaiBI woM IhwiOilOillaini mnth,
tlhiii-c 3't chain-we-i  '0 point, of cmiiiHir
nmnt. A. It. i'A>'l.lM.T'>V
Anril ��ith. MM I.J. Htuv. afMt
ROTICI
Ht|tf dayn after date I intc ri to apply I ��� 'he
nhlef coiiiinit-ioner nf tjind- ntid works. f,.| , |
mUditin to pnrcha-sfl MB acre'.. f moon ail .a -
tQn enllllleiii lllf al A i 'Ml at lH'.tliW.V cirior
of lot W6. i Lei,re norih V ohailirt, ihenom ��� a-
twenly chain-, 'hencf nor'h Ivtj (ilalMa,
Mn n< e ea^t twe�� ty i hains. thence -outh forty
chains, th-nr'- went twenty BMlm, than e
i-onth fo ll eliait'H, the;in- went twenty chali-
to point' t conaineniem- "'.
AHpeo OruTO, M.trch 26 b, 1H06.
W. A. l)f'T)l��f.
REGGIE M.
_t-__rlbt for ths Hirsld, 11 pti jttr.
Tht' well known smllion,
Reggie M., will siand the season _it the ranch of Peter Marquart, Courtnay Lake, season
to commence May ^^th.
Terms; $20 at the end of
the season, pasture included.
Piter Marquart.
8MO___J.O GOODS IS AT
j. a. scot rs
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMI. SUM
Full slock of 11 .no-a ic and lmDot-ed ('Itara.
and Lha b-st. smokinir tobacco alwajs on band
Drop In and enjoy a qilrt _anie of HillUrrii.    ,
Agent for ths 1'loneer Noam laiui.'l' J. VaDOOU-
ver.   l_auudr> sliipixsl evti y na urdaf.
I1WTI I   .
irAML-Xlf*- 11 il UK, I'. Herod, proprist-ir.
���t*- H. si stis-k f win--, liquors and r'_ar*ln
��� he Iritertoi-. Just tbt epo' for i nirs i oo! re
freehuif glass of beor. Vibe ��� In kamioo-s
oall in.
GKANII PAOinO IIIITH.. Kamlooiis.   Ihe
nearest betel lo ibe lail-ay slslloD.    'lhe
iiiiv   - -1 v 111 ��� n i��-111   hoi i-l   for  travelers.     Uoiul
rooms, Ki.o.1  tt'ile, u.'o.l  Hi] ;ors.    'I'wn large
* vii.p,   rooms.   I'. A. Ifanitiiri, pron'lslor.
Good tlabll-K In rminw-lloB.
A-llriliiVT H'��TEI.. 1 i nnv, nieni
bo el for visum. in A-h.-rofi. Tbe b- si of
(able bond Hot aun r_4_ ba'lia. INir rtnrt"
sen a-ive niseis all iraiiid. Juliri-.mt Perkins,
proprielirs.
Ntop at Ihe
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Ilo��T    SfllTT,   I'lojiriel   r
Wlipn iiavio'in^ in ni Niimla road
(. nveiiieiit i>lai'n for (ran-'ers, with goo
aci-(Miiiiioilat|.in.
_
. BI 111
Unequalled ns a
Suinn.er Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
Connections all directions
First '.lass Accommodation. Terms :
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
onil.PHB'.A, It. o
.Vlutl  Inn   .Vlilll is u
bl'll Hill III
To entertniii and anni-c fan I home.
Hotter lh,n a theatrical prrformauce
and MOfc ch^apr.
For IViccH aod Term Write to
FLETCHER BIS
DR? Gran ..lie strtei
VANCOUVER,      -     -     -     B. O
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
MM 1006
NEW WESTMINHTKR. B. 0.
K.v   VV. .1. IdTMU, li. A, HIV
Rev. ,1. Y   I'OWtLL, 1! irsir.
A  coraii's't   c '-imer.ial and Iitsinrs,
Csiurss.    Stiidsois |jri,, aieil to _a;n tsacli
srs etrtiriratei of all  _rsdvt.    In  tnivrr \
���ity ��r>r_ �� rallenoiW forthe  B. A. ds
Urea of Toronto Uniteriitj.
Instruction _jven in Mmic, Art, I'li/i
cal Clltnri' and Elocution.
���-nl for Oalemlir.
Notice.
Sutv days afler dale I latend toapplv lothe
Hon. the hief Commissioner of lands and wo- k-
for nertnt'Sino lopiin-lmse-Sflarres of paslur-
land In Aspen Grove situated as follows: enm-
meui-lng at a post nai-td 8 J. 11. in lhe N. F
rornsr of lot I.tlthon-e W ehslns rial them-'
10 ehalns north. IhtoOtllokallttttl, thonccsO
chainssmiib, Ibenie in efaatnt we-t, then��� to
chains norih In the point.of comnienrem.nt
April Jlsi, 19t��i. 8. J. BATK.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets ....        $158,232,409.51
HO-IORARY PRBHn-BITT:
Rt Ron. Lord 8tra.hci.n_, and Mount Royal. O. O. M. O.
PMSIDB-fT. Sir Qto. A Drummond K. O. ��L 9.
Vii,__-PHB_1U_INT AND OBNBRAL MAN AOBR.    ���   B 8 OLOaBTOB
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Depositl received from   $1.00  and  upwards.      Interest
credked twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.      Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
NIOOLA   .On ANOH
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
THE NORRIS SAFE & LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WAS H
Frank G. Benson,   -   -   -    Agent
VANCOUVER, B C.
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
" ROSE EMPEROR"
(11883) 11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO Slst JULY
WILL   TRAVEL  DURING   SB1ASON   AS   FOLLOWS
Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays at Nicola.
Wednesday noon and Friday noon at Coutlee.
Wednesday night and Thursday at Lower Nicola.
Service Fee $30 for Season including pasturage
JOHN BLACKWELL,
Manager. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
John Collett su 1 wife watt visitor! lo
Nicnli on Tuesday.
Sunley   Kirhy  of  Quilchoni wu  in
Nicnli on Monday.
H. 8   Clessbv   ml   wifi   an I   Jiai��<
I'��� ul.jr wan it D 'U_laa Uke this seek
H  L  It ihi.ru,   _ene--l   merohint   nf
Sconce! Bridge wis in Nic<li on Friday
Hn Pi'd��r ind   son if Ashcroft ire
visiting with Mr. md Mrs. M. P. Stiwirt
REFRIGERATORS
Mide of ei._sn( hsrd wood
ind best finish throughout.
K.ru uiu-in.k.s e hsndsnuie
|.ii_i< nf furniture. From
llit Ml tn 120 each.
Ici Crkam Fs.k-__ks
Si'KKKN WimiiiWs lo keep out thi flies.
S.Kk-.N Doiius in sll sues from 12 up
OjMUn  "ml   Coa. <I|L  NtOVKS, It
res.nualile prices.
imrraiMo roi thi hut
���viathii
leemihcsIaboware
KAMLi Mil's
HARNESS
SADDLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� . B. 0
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
Builnww Local!
 [Freaieend   .unfurl  fur wilkin. y< u
C.  W.  R. Thompion of  Victoria,   ii j i Id ila-.ys huy fmm hunts ind shoes
vis Mr  wih J.   B   Dreives at Dnu(lai     it Armsi run's, they are "corn killeri."
like.
0. 8. "Reiver" Stusrt who hu been In
the Northwest fr some time, wm in
Nicdi this week.
VV. Gordon Murr.y nf "The Pinnies
Store," Nicnli, is on I trip through the
Aspen drove ind   Oter Valley sections.
The Methodist Church t���� meeting wi'l
be held it Low r Nicola nn Tuesday evening the 22nd. Be sure tn sttend ind you
w I hive a good time
Csrrillijtnli's O'ldm Leaf t��l il the
very hnest flowery cringe pekne. Imported ind picked o-pecislly for us. Is
lb nluely the finest tie on the market,
till ceuts i pniind.
If you wsnt high cUss up to dlti Boots
snd Shoei go to Armstrong's. Spring
��� lock juit irrtsed.
M
BEATl'IE
Ao.ii.ntsn
,C'U)iuiss in, Insurance
md Getter.' Agftir,
Main Ml reel
Kim
loops
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply A_rt
���row���
Mining contractors, farm machinerr, buggies
cutter-, slflghse'c ' 11'.I t .r ,nr list of ten
S'.'l mining properties. Ki-curt* on ��� iulng pro
p r Irs r,hr<iiigh the lltsi.rir, I'able aridre.
"Auruni " i o.i.s' He.,, hsll. MoreiDgJcNri
A. H. 0. I'h.
W.rehoiise-t'anford, Vi.nl* Waller, B. P.
The Ladies Aid l. the Preshyterian
Church will ��erv�� d'nner ind hive s re
freshrnent hnnfh nn the groundi during
the 24th nf M��y ������_ .hrstinn.
Cirringtnni   tiulden   Lesf  til  is  the
viry finut fl.i-ery orange pekoi. Im
purred ind pscked especially for ns. Is
llsnlutely the hnest tel nil the market.
AO cents��� pound.
Pure honey in the cmn'i st Armstrong's
Th�� Lsdiii OnilH will meel at the r��-��i
deoce nf Mrs. Ric . Fnser on Friday
thn25h. Tie el-ction f I ffi ers will h,
held besides g-nur*1 business.
Cat t, W. S. 'leivey, sup'rirende- t
of the Thiel D��_.priie Agencr, Sesttle,
md Detective Hill were in Nicol* fnr s
ih rt ��t��v ��nd lefi f r Kamloops yesterday evening
1ft P. l,'"'e, engineer in i-Wie of the
Diamond Vale Coal C ��� ,*' Quhh n.�� ri
Mrs LihI" mere in NlC'l* ctl Mnndsv
and left Tuesday for the Aspen (.rove.
Otter Valley and   S mlks-i'-en lectinni
Angus N- Isnn who has heen fnr inme
time empliy-d with Thus. C">elev the
liv-r.nian st Kanilnops, arrived in Nic->l��
oti Monday ��nd ia now employed with F
M. McKeown at Aspen drove copper
.amp.
The telephone line frnin Nicol* to
Princeton ie in very had shipemdis
do* n in trr -e pl��i ts I ������ t ��� i in Nicol* and
Aspen drove. Comdeihle inconvenience is caused to the general public ind
thi line ihould he itteuded tn.
Csrringtnii's Silver Leaf lea is the best
50 r.   te* nn  the market,     Il is a  floe
orange pekoe, a straight   assam   tel,    N
house Complete with..o' it.
Csrringtnii's Silver Leal tens the  best
..Oct. te*  on   lhe   m ���      Ir   is I   6ne
range pekoe, a staighr assam tei.
No house cmnplete without It.
If vnuire iiiiokn.g ot nulling nnw is
'he rime tn get your orders cut sn ss t
n����e the lumher dry when the long ilsv>
cnnse ind the csrpenti-ri can work with
nleasure. I.emeiiiher the name, Tht
Nioola Pnrtihle Siemi Saw Mill.
Csfrii.gtnll's Slllvr  Leal   III IH the hes
60-1. tei on  the market.      It  is *  flm
rangs pekoe, a straight  assam tea.    N<>
house Oomplete ��nk    t it.
TOWN LOTS
GOOD BUSINESS SITES
SOME   GOOD  SNAPS
IN TOWN PROPERTY
According to the tim draft of stations
it the Mithi-fist Conference, Victoris,
the I'ev. Mr. Wood of Salmon Arm, is
down for Nicola, ind Rev. .1. Pye for
Sslmon Arm. Rev. VV. L. Hall. B. A.,
D I)., formerly of Nicnli, goei to Nelson.
REAL ESTATE
Stockralier- Attention I
We hivi ncsived i cnnsignmint cf
Fly Fuma 50c. I tin; elictric sprayers
|1.60, Every rancher should shnuht
hate it md use it Thine wh i hive tried
it once, ilwsyi keep I supply in their
Itiblee
Th- Peoples Store A. R. Cirringtnn.
To Thi Ladies:
For the latest ind m< It (ashinnible
fancy collan and shirt waists, I ..use lets,
be'ti, etc. y.ni shoii'd taki i look in at
Armstrong1!. No trouble to show the
goods.
Plioe your otderi wnh The Portable
Steam 8iw Mill, all work guaranteed
Juit arrived,fiihionibli moulding knives.
Why need to leave your house unfinished
for want of moulding!. Edge and gr��in
flooring of first q.ility, will netwsir three
floor! made of flat gram. Wiudow Mih
side to order.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of W*'ci.. Cluck
and ,le��elry rei airs d ne in
fint class order and satisfaction guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care -ill he
completed and returned with-
��� ut delay
W. HI. < AMI"HM.I, A CO.,
C. T. It. Time In -pei'tnra Ksmloops
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett
Deceased.
rBKDKM will  bl r*_MtV_M by the unn>i
nii<n��fl  exe<;iitorH oi  iIih  entat*1 of Joh
1 orbett., decei-wt, up to 12 o'rhick noon. Sa'u1
���.i>, Ma> 19 h,  HKXi,  ter tbe foUowi__| pood
ii (I rhnltflH ttHl-'ruiiiK tn ill* *>tatft
Ki|_hi.-eti huttd of _HHHw (nn re or lef"-)fo!t
njwiintf of--evei'al ��"*>'��� BltfNi tv*o jihi i In
tnd ycailiiiKS 10 t'Hi- h<i>, n ure _vl___��J 1 M
farm irnokw; 1 09t>0 r^ke, u>ed two MtiW��)
inowinK  iitacliiri'. nurd  (vao M___k��4MN 1 urim
-t'>ne. 1 _TMh' h bellowh; 1 i-et r-iiiglB hf^r^|^^^;
MM double hrtnifH; 2 t'rtiit bunk-; 1 buckHHH
I for*,  i'l iiif and  loo]-; I tuyere  Iron; 1 tool
rd-ttrpt niiiK htniihi'r; 4 ftxt>; 6 \>   k-. 1 wtttocl
7 HhoveU; 2 ftnLniK baininerei; 1 hay kniff;  I
bo*}]   m") the   and    -m:li, _! ms fool rrn��- . i,
- - �����; l InfrK-nif chain; 1 M.eel )��td;  1 lauten.
;.  hand wwh; ]  draw knife; 1 ��ieel ttquare;  1
brace and mindry u eo-lU.
DCRMI 0AHE
I>ated at Nicola, B. 0, March _7, l_f��_
A. K. CAKKINOTON,
N. J, H. BAUUK'K,
Kxecutora of the htdate of the late John
Corbet t.
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
INSURANCE CONTRACTORS
Q. H. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
NICOLA, B  C.
iiKiui.n orficR
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public <%c.
Ofrlrial Adniinistralor
0__-e.-Co'onienial Hlock, east of Post CUBce.
Kamloopa, II. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor and   Notary  Public
Olloe:   K_��t nf the ('enaoian Rank of loin
men*, senth side of Victoria street, kamloops,
Mo-ej to liaui on real estate se-urit/,
Norici.
N..I.I Ii kirebr |lven hat wltkla stity
rlajrs after rlate I intend to apply to ns
ehlef ���s.mmlssloaernf lauds and works for permission tn p.irnhase 60 seres of pa-Lure laid
so -dasf.pows: lommeni'lnK at ths n. k.
coraerl-.itl3-7.ihni.ee west I1' <h>lns. ihema
n . i, 40 eh ins. ihen e ��� a-t 40 chains, then ���
sniph 40 chains to point of rounnen emeni.
May 11, t_��_ WIl.LI.vM CHISHOLM.
Country Work a Specialty
Write for _________ on all Kinds of Work
P.O. Roi ISO KAMI.OOI'-, H.C
NOTICE.
I, Henry S. Cl. s'.y of thi Coutlee
Hotel, C.ii'lee, B. C , intend f'. apply t
the lict-nce cuiiiliHssiuneri far Nicnla Dil
trict it feir i ext sii|in_; for a transfer. I
the retail lii|iior license held hy me hi
Jm. R. A. Hichirds.
H-NKY S.   ('I.EASIIY.
Coutlee, B. C, May 1-t, 1900.
STRAYED.
Stnyed from Odd's ranch, Aipen
Grove, a sorrel geldinit, white itripe no
lace and nn two hind feet, fore top cut,
hranded 7L on left hip. Any person
knowing of such animal can send fnfor-
m-ti-D to H. II  Pmci,
Aspen (Iron.
JUST ARBIVED ________,,
New Boots and Shoes,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
also some Tennis fchoes.
We have  some choice
samples of
WALL PAPER
to select from.
Our Golden Leaf
and Silver Leaf
TEA
is the best on the market
for the price. 50c and
6Cc per pound.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
"If PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.'
OUT 000R
SPORTS.
We invite inspection of uur Stock of
Tennis Goods,
Lacrosse,
Baseball,
Fishing Tackle,
Hammocks,
Croquet Setts
G. HILIIARD |
General
Blacksmith
_APiI.I_.3E AUD WAll... WOEK
SMITH BROS
BOOE8TOHB
Kaniloo|_ ind Vermin
_
f .orseshning done in a
first dass manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business, m
NICOLA, b. o.
BLAIR & CO.
-DKALERs IM-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agent! ln  Nicola for the
ROTAL, and LONDON _t LANOASHIRB FIRB  1N-UJRANCB OO'8
COUTLEE HOTKL
COUTLEE. B, C.
Jog, (Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling Ln Oonnactlon
TaUphssn Cto_____t-_a

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