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NICOLA HERALD
Vol. 2.  No. 21.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906.
$2 a Year
VICTORIA DAY
CELEBRATION  AT  NIOOLA ORAND
SUCCESS
Races Prove Interesting Close Finish.
Indians Have Hiyu Time. -Half
Mile a   Oood   Race-Hundreds of Vlsltora.
The cilehrstion today wu bleeied with
King's weither. Lung before the time
rigs of all aorta were pouring into Nicola.
The school childrin were early on the
ground and were in excellent spirits
looking forwird to the races. There wis
much keen competition in the ohildren'i
rices, whioh were the lirst on ths programme.
The Indian races were cloiely contested, the klootchmin race espeeially Musing grut excitement.
After the men's raon in interval for
lunch   wis   called st 12 o'clock ind the
large crowd from  all parti of the district
did justice to the viinds set  forth hy the
fair hands of lhe _______ Aid of the Prei-
hyterim Church. The sports were soon
stsrted up again, the ladiis mil driving
contest evoking much spirited competition. It would he invidious tu 'particu-
lirly mention my of the foot rices. All
were keenly competed fur and great interest was taken by the bystanders in ill
the events.
The gymkhana caused great excitement
and wai one of the most intereitijg
events of the Jay.
The half mile free for ill proved i tine
rice ia did ill the other horse races, per-
hips the mmt eioitment occuring in the
iast event of tke day, the half mile for
members of the __. A. A , which wu i
hard race from start to finish.
The commilfe. in chirge of the sporti
ire to be congratulated nn the successful
termination of a relet ration well conducted. The judges gave entire latiafac-
tion and the whole affair passed off without a hitch.
The Ladies Aid refreshment booth net
ted in the neighborhood of $150.
The following are the winnen of the
various eventi.
Roys race, 16 yun and under, 1 A,
Smith, 2 0. Murray, 3 T. Clark.
B>ys rice, 10 yuan ind under, I K.
Gillie, 2 M Woodward, F Molnnei.
Girls rice, 15 yurs ind nnder, 1 L
Earmluw, M Murray, 3 T Marquart.
3 legged boy's, 15 years and under, 1
0 Murny md T Clark.
Girli race, 10 years and under, 1 D
Carrington, 2 M Marquart, 3 I Paige.
Sack rice, boy's If) years and under, 1
O Murray, 2 J Hunter, I T Clark,
Man's race, 100 yards, 1 J A Chapman,
| A D Bonui.
Indian rice, 10O yirds, 1 Johnnie Moon
i Louis,
Men's race, 220 yards, 1 J A Chapman,
2 A D Bonus.
Three legged, men's race, 60 yards, 1
D Wallace and I. S Smith, 2 J and E
Woodward.
RIootehman's race, 50 yards, 1 Crisey,
2 Sarah.
100 yard consolation race, IRS Smith.
Ladies' nail driving conteit, 1 Mrs.
Baldwin, 2 Mn. A I! Carrington, 3 Mist
Steffeni.
Ladiii' egg aud ipoon raee, 1 Miu A
Coutlee, 2 Mm J Woodward.
Potato race, 50 yards, 1 F Riley, 2 A
Nelson.
Tug-of-war, 1 Nieola.
OYMKHiNA EVENT..
Threading tin needle nci, 1 F Riley, 2
J Chapman,
Cigar and loda nci, 1 A Nelson, 2 F A
Howse.
Cowboy raci, 1 J Woodwird, 2 George
Murriy.
Victoria Crosi rice, 1 A Nelson, 2 F A
Howse.
High 'imp, 1 A Nil-on, 2 F Riley.
Spaoiil Cowboy race, Indian, 1 Spokane, 2 Jin-rale Statkee.
II..l:si    l.l. I  .
Half mile, open, 1 F A Howie, 2 W.
McNeill.
(.uirter-mile, Indian 1 Jimmie Mosu,
2 Johnnie Jackson.
Quarter-mile, Klootchmin, 1 Lizzie, 2
Louui.
Half-mile, Indian, 1 Jimmie, 2 Charlie.
Half-mile, Klootchmin, 1 Lizzie, 2
Jennie.
Half mile, members N. A. A. only, 1 R
J Armstrong, 2 J. Murriy.
LOWER NICOLA NEWS.
C. T. Apenes of the C. Y. R. engineering stiff has moved up to Lower Nicoli
whioh will In hii headquarters for the
presint,
T. O. Townley the 0. P. R. right-of-
way agent wis in Lumr Nicola Tuesday
and settled the claims of Henry W��od-
wird, W. H. Gray snd Henry Lindley on
the basii of $25 an acre.
James Chipman has bought two loti of
Henry Lindley opposite Frank Woodwtrd's store. He int.mil erecting i residence shortly.
J. B. Bright thi prominent contractor
h��s Isft fnr Seattle tu look after hii nil-
road interests in that section.
A 150 foot ledge has been opened up
ou Wm. Murray's "Tripper" claim at
Aspen Grove.
The Mines Woodward leave tomorrow for thi ooast.
James Smith of Lower Nicoli wis in
town on Monday,
Capt. and Mri. Flick were visitor! to
Nicoli on Tuesday.
'���Judge" Murphy of Granite creek wu
in Nicola Monday.
Renew your niiner'i licence.     Thiy ill
���-���ire ou Msy 31st.
A. W. Strickland  ind   EL H. Winny
paid a visit to Douglas like this week.
S. J. Bate is in town today after a busy
three weeks it Aspen Grove camp.
J. A. Fii/.Himinniis nf Vancouver was
| in  Nicnli   today   having returned from
Collins liulch whets he is m , rested.
I. Eastwood oame iu from the Cupper
Standard ai Aspen (trove yesterday snd
ii taking in the iports todiy.
The cue nf Jack Horn, the Indian
charged with appropriating a bundle of
fun came up fur hairing at Kamloops on
Tuesday, and Jack wis discharged.
J. P. McConnell, J. M. Millar md T.
1'. Allen piased through town yesterday
on their way to Coutlee. They report
things moving at Aspen Grove camp.
Rey. .1. Pye will preach farewell ser-
mons at Nicoli on Sunday at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p, in., and at Lower Nicola in thi
afternoon at I o'clock.
ROBBERS ON TRIAL
MOUNTED POLICE CROSS   EXAMIN
BD BY COUNSEL
Pernle Receives Oreat Credit  For His
Work.  Prisoners Positively
Identified and Ara
Sent up Trial,
The preliminary hearing of
the train robbers was continued
at Kamloops on Friday. After
the evidence of the mounted
police and Constable Fernie
was given, the train hands were
called,
Joseph Ca'lin, the engineer
of the robbed train was in the
witness box first. He described the encounter with the rob-
cers. After mentioning how
the men compelled his firemen
to uncouple the baggage car
and ordered him to pull forward
to a certain place, Mr. Callin
described how he clearly saw a
third man climbing up the
gangway. The fire from the
open furnace door blazed right
on him. Narrating the incident
of the actual robbery witness
then went on to relate the picking up of the dynamite sack,
He also said the third man had
a clean face, fairly red moustache and beard, he couid not
say of what particular length.
In answer to Mr. Fulton he
said he fully believed that Col-
quhoun was the man. He
identified a black handkerchief
and coat that Edwards wore as
similar to those worn by the
robber.
Alec McOuarrie then told
his story of the robbery. The
robber made him open a package to see what it contained.
It was catarrh cure. He described in detail the events
which led up to the time when
the train reached Kamloops.
He identified Edwards in court
as the man who robbed the
mail car.
The Indian trackers then
gave evidence. Both identified boots produced in court as
those that had made the tracks
they followed.
V. Ross, section man, deposed to finding a belt on the
railway line. This belt was
claimed by one of the robbers,
he picking it out trom among
their effects.
Mr, Fulton then formally
asked for the committal of the
prisoners,
The accused men reserved
their defence.
Mayor Gordon committed
them fur uial, which we understand will be heard in a few
days.
Edwards has been identified
as "Bill Miner" the man wh>is
wanted for other hold-ups and
the evidence so far produced
indicates that he is responsible
for the recent hold-up.
Those disirioui uf joining the proposed
I. tie Association might send in their
n noes to The Nicnla Herald office, ind a
meeting will be called aa soon as posiibl*
to irginize and elect officers, _cc.
Hon. KJgar Dewdney passed through
Nicoli on Monday from the Similkameen
district,
To IHfect a Compromise.
In spite of the feat thit the addresses
in reply to the speech from the throne,
moved Tuesday in the lower home of the
Rusiia parliament, would precipitate in
immediate conflict between the crown and
parliament, the Associated I'rssi is in I
position to itate that Emperor Nichols!
is determined to avoid i breach if pos
lihle. Not only will partial amnesty be
granted, hut the emperor is ready to replace ihe Goremvkin ministry with i oab
inet chosen fmm the memhers nf lhe ma
jority of the house, in thi hope of effect
i compromise. He is not willing, however, to let the majority select the premier, hut once such a concession is made, it
ii difficult to understand how the emperor can go half way and refuse the t_M
constitutional monarchy which government hy parliamentary majorities invnl
ru. Parliament has practically already
won a great victory.
Compulsory Voting.
An Ottawa despatch  bits the sub committee on elections his made i ricoinmen-
<i-tlim, which if idopted  by pirliament,
means compulsory voting.   Thi resulu-
tion adopted declares  that anyone who
does not cast a vote  when  entitled to is  '
disqualified  from voting iu  any similar
���lection for six yeirs.    A  person io dn   ,
qualified may go before a judgi of a court
of record and nhtiin i certificate of re-en-  J
franchisement by proving illness or other  !
good and sufficient reason fur not hiving
voted.   Anyone  who is disenfranchised
and votes is liable to i fine of ?.">'��to f 100
or to imprisonment for three months.
Another recommendation made ii lhat
i person who takes pay fur driving voters
to the polls is liable to a f 100 fine. At
presint only the man who does the hiring
cm be punished.
The Cinidian Bisley team for ] 1)00 ia
chosen. Lieut.-Col. E. W. Wilson, of
Montreal, will cominsnd the team and
the adjutant will he Lieut, fid. 0, E.
Talbot, M. I'. Nearly all the marksmen
whu figured higheit on the soores this
year were ihle to iccept pmitions nn ihl
Risley aggregation, Hid the D 'minion
will be represented by a very efficient
team. They will sail on June I4ih, on
the Allan liner Tuniaisn. and will have
Itiout ten day's pnettee before the competition begins. The meeting of the
Nat moil li tie Auociition is find for
July Uth it llisley, England,
R F. Mirpoli of the ."-Mill Housi is
in Nicola today taking in the sporti.
EMPIRE DAY
CELEBRATION AT SCHOOL  HOUSE.
TASTEFULLY DEOORATEB.
Children   Sing National   Songs,   and
Patriotic  Speeches Had*  by
Local Clergy and
Others.
The ichool house, yoiterdiy, to celebrate Empire Day, was diintly aid prettily decorated with flowers, vinei, Union
Jacki ind other national emblemB. Colored drawings of the provincial emblem
tnd flags done by the ohildnu mending
school dicoritid the wills. Miny of
these were in eicellint tisti ind showed
quite an amount of irtistii talent. In
the course of the iftornoon a number of
the p.riots and others visitid the ichool
room.
The children wen in excellent spirit*
and jnined with great guito in the singing of vinous national and patriotic songs
followed hy several readings and recitations. The tongs ind reiititiom win
well rendered and reflect credit on thi
teacher, Misi B. McDonald, B. A. Thi
viiitors showed their ippreciatiun of the
children's eflorts hy spplauding vigorously. Patriotic empire ipeichei wen
made hy the I.itl D. K. Allin, J. Pye,
W. Govier, U. Murray ind Dr. Tutill.
Farewell to Rev. John Pye.
A large number of ihe members, adherents ind friends nf the Methodist Church
from differn.l parts of the valliy, met it
the home uf D. Dodding, Lower Nieola
on Wednesday, tn show thiir ippreciatiun of the lervices rendered hy Rev.
John Pye in the valley during hii reii-
denci. The party sat down to tea ah..ut
6:.W and did justice to the collation
spread before them. After tea, A. R.
C.rringtnu of Nicola, in a neat speech expressed the rvgret they had in parting
from Mr. I'yi, and uked Ins icceplince
of a purse. He said thst he was only
voicing the sentiment of the whole c.im-
munity when he stated that they would
miss his genial presence very much and
hoped the good work would be eontinaed
by his succesiorr On behalf of thoie
present he wished Mr. ind Mrs. i'ye god
speed in their future career, ind hoped
it some future date they would again ri-
turn to the valley.
Mr. 1'ye in i few brief words thaaked
them for their kindness. Hf would always look hack with pleasure to the
yein hi hid spent in the Nicola Valley,
which both be and Mrs. l'ye left with
regret.
STR -YBD
tin tn the Tamerton Rinch a brown
bull, stir nn forehead, (IK on right rlh, P
��� n left rib. Owner Nt have same by
piyiug all chsrges. If not rlsitned in ten
diys sill be sold.
LOST.
A Yawman or Erh mtninatir fishing
reel with oilid silk line, between Spences
Rridgi and the 22 Mile Home. Finder
will be rewarded hy leaving sine it the
Coutlee Hotel, Clemes'Hotel or lhi_2-
Mile House.
Wm. Kice is ending I resilience on
his property idjuiiiiug Thus. Hunter'..
Stanley Kirby of the Quilchena Hotel
���pent I few days it Kimloupi this w.ek. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Pab-lihwd Iviry Thursday
gsa.i-rlp-lon. ln Advance, la sT��r
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Nloou. R C. Mav tt, IMS
RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
There is every probability of
a ri tie association being formed
in this district in the im mediate future. The success of the
turkey shoots held last fall under the auspices of the Nicola
Athletic Association, proves
that such a body would to use
a hackneyed phrase, rill a long
Prairie Fire*,.
| -During Apr 1 in tin Cilgsry district 21)
cases of pritrn lira wen reported by thi
' Mounted Polici. Thesi eitendid from
Red Deer on the nurth, to High rivir ind
_____ Morley on   hi welt Ij Bri ok.    It n
I a vary creditable showing md a tribute to
the vigilance of the R I W. M. P., that
27 c.nvietioni were s.tured during the
month.   Thi   average   line   wai   io the
i  nrghb rhuod of $40
(io tn Arnirri tig i, Lower N mm, Int
your suit fur the 24th of May. He carries
the latest and un nt up to date line of
llothing of my business house in Nicoli.
��� <^<fi-o��<��'r_i'fi<xvr��-r_s-r��-nni
I    . w
felt want.
WO one will ques
tion the benefits to be derived
from such an association by its
members. The Anglo-Saxon
race has always been noted for
its spirit of competition. In
his field sports, his horse races,
his athletic sports, and his
games, the Anglo-Saxon, takes
his place seriously and with an
intention to beat all his competitors. In markmanship too
he is not behind as witness the
crowds who (lock to Bisley
every year, from all over the
world with the one idea to win
the King's prize it possible. In
our district here there has been
up till now no chance for any
.1 our young men to practice
on a target with the rifle under
practically the same conditions
as hold in competitions. Now,
however, that there is a probability of a rifle association forming, it is up to our young men,
as well as old ones, to show
that they appreciate the necessity of forming such a body.
The many remarks made of
late years by eminent men of
both continents as to the advisability <>f every ab'e bodied
man being able to shoot, and
handle a rifle go to show that
public opinion is on the side
of these associations, while
there is always the fact, that,
in its competitions and associations it tends to make its mem
bers steady, self-reliant and
respectable citizens It was
we think, Lord koseberry who
sometime ago in a speech, said
that one of the lessons to be
derived from the late Boer war
was that every man, and even
woman ought to know how to
handle a rifle. While not necessitating the strict discipline
required in a volunteer or ritle
corps, a certain amount of discipline is necessary for the successful working of an association of this kind. There should
be no difficulty in obtaining a
site suitable for a range, and
the fact of anyone not being
the possessor of a rifle, should
be no hindrance to them joining the association as a supply
of rifles will be obtained from
the government, which rifles
will be for the use of the members
STRONG
AS AN
OX
MALLKRY'S Beef, Iron
snd Wme makes you
strong. Composed of fresh
Beef, Iron in i form that
ii easily issiinilited, ind
good Sherry Wine, it is a
tnnio that makes rich new
blood, supplies nitrogenous material to build flesh
ind muscle and stimulates the whole system to
newer effort ind energy.
Price $1 per bottle.
-THE-
MALLERYDRUGCO
1.IMITID
KAMLOOPS,    :      :   B. C.
i__��Cy��_y��_��i>��_vty__>���>0 ��_>��>���
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UNION MADE OIOARS
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FACTORY
148 Oordora St. W.
VANCOUVER B. 0.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
���010  Wantmlnster   Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
Headquarters for
PACI^C COAST (1ROWN
Garden, Klowir M_ Field Seedi.
New crop now iu stock md on  test in
o_r_r.en-n-.il.    Ask your merchant for
" im in sealed pioka_es.    If he dull nnt
handle tliliu,   we   will   mail   50  assorted
6o packages "f vegetal'1- and flower seeds
(our own i lection, suitable f<>r B. C. gardens) fur |1 (10.    Special prices   )U  your
hulk leuli
H. <. l.ross Ntork   -I Fruit  and
OrnamrutHl Trees.
Row ready for spring shipment.   Eitri
nice itook of���
t ind 3 j ear old apple tree* it1-0 per 100
|18tl per 1.00.
Main  rrl Plum $1 00
I alia- I'rune, .year line I.. per K.
H.iKsr I'l ii in   I r*ar, line _:��i per 100
Full li*t of g.l ��r atock at re.ulsr prion
No iipinie, laws nr delay of iiumigrition
or inspeation.
(Ireentinuse Plants, Floral Work. Rn Bip-
pllss, fruit l'a_-a_-_, Fertilisers, ale.
Lit mi price your lilt bifon  ordering.
Catalogue Free
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NICOLA A8___j_W_-ST DISTRICT.
TAX NOTICE.
NOTICE Is herebv given in aocorduM with
.hettU-UU-. tbal Provincial I ei -nu- Tai lid
all��V-e.aid tai.s ind lmoms tas a>sassel and
levied uidsr ihs Assesscnen Ail and amend
menu are now due and payable (or tbe viar
ISO! All taiea OollocUble for thi Nicola assess
ment district are dm and pa) able at my office,
situate at Mcola. This notice, lo terms of law
Is equivalent t�� a persuaal demand by inr ipon
all p-rsr-ns liable for taxes,
OEO.   MURRAY,
A-amwr aid Col-KVnr.
Nirola Assessment Iilnnei.
Nicnla Post OGlee,
Dated at Nioola .'h of Fsbruan. M0-
< IIKIS. Ol TIIKTT
A R.C. Cc. ________
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Knmloopi, R. C.
*���_�����.�� arc.  anal)MH  _>f Ores, Coal and In
du-trla1 pr-Kiuptwi.
��� ____-j.lt*  by  mail or ..age rftocire prtmpt
atieuiluD,
Jo-  o.  .ET.
COURT NICOLA, No. J8J1, A.O. F��� meet*
second and fourth Friday in each month
it I p.m., in I'ooley'a Hall. Visiting hrelhrm
cordially Invited.
N. J. Rakwick, C. R
W. Gordon M"RRAt, See.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Hhueirig i specialty
NICOLA LAKE, B 0.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker, Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kinds of  Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kipt in stock.    Wedding presents a specialty.
First class repairs done on short notice
and returned at once.
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL-
Nil Wsst minster Road,
II. 1. HF.NRT,
Va..__ uvu, B. 0.
Ii prepared to take contnoti fur
������wing lum'-ir ind getting out
timber.
I.rnrral Mill Contract- Kxeeatod
PRICES MODERAT>
Psrtiea wishing wnrk can nave urn
promptly ittended to by applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Nicnli, B. 0.
Lssi.eyour orderi with N. ���'. Barwlek,
for lumher who ii agent for thi Nioola
Portable Steam Haw Mill he nn kelp yog
pin oat in order.
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
"TENDERS will be received by the under
signed executors of the estate of the lit
John Corbett, l_w_s_d, up to 12 o'oliick noon
Friday, J"_e 15h, WO-, for the pnrchase of tbe
east half Section 25, township 91. on the plains
about three miles west of Nicola containing
480 acres more or less.
TERMS CASH.
Dated at Nioola, R. C, March 17,1908,
A. R. CAHRINGTON,
N. J. H. BARWICK,
Eiecutors of the Estate of tbe late Joha.
Corbett.
"REGGIE M.
The well known stallion,
Reggie ML, will stand the season at the ranch of Peter Marquart, Courtnay Lake, season
to commence May 2_��,th.
Terms; $20 at the end of
the season, pasture included.
Petkr Marquart.
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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, madi
up in several grades and colors,
from which you can choose.
ITH CENTURY
BRAND OF
CLOTHING
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 SUIT YOURSELF.
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NIOOU
PRINCETON
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout th* Dstrict receive oareful mention ind  prompt   deliver;
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
JAMES   POOLKY -.     ���     ���      Prvprlet-*
STBw__ FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
PA
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11 m
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also   Oonoral  Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Kvery   1 hursday  for Nicola Lake, Kamloopi,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 turn.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  Sunday   6 a. m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
JOB WORK
JOB WORK THE  NICOLA   HERALD
UPTON AGAIN.
Sir Thomas Will Make Another Attempt to Lift Cup.
After modi thought ind tniny oilcu-
litioni, Sir T-iuiias Ltpttih has at lut
come to the conclusion thst he will have
mother try for lhe Aroerici cup md it ii
understixid on good authority that Niylve
ilrndy is at ��ork di signing Sh .mrook I ..
In due litui th" ch.lhnge w ll |0 to New
Vork thrnu_h the Royal I'll'er Yacht
Club, and the yachting World will have
something to tslk shout. Sir Thomas is
not particularly h"|efnl of winning the
cup if the New York Yacht olul) insist!
upou the old rules, hut he does hue
hopes that when the challenge has htm
formally made that the Am lim yi.His
men will consent to uiodih-alioni which
will give In in a chance.
Great Northern Railway.
The Oreat Northern Railway is redoubling its eflorti I" hasten the completion of its line between Vane >uver and
the B .tindary district. Actual construction at the coiiHt end will be smarted with
in I month. This whu tbe announcement
made by Jokl Hindry, president, nf the
V. W. ,, Y. railway, ovtr whose trackl
the V. V. i. E railway will run into
Vancouver.
Mr. Hendry also Saul: "All tho su -
veys mi thi.. side of tkt Hop* ncuni-in-
hive been virtually completed. The
original intention to sink'- the V,, W. A
Y. at Clnverdale liny he Bodlild, ai tho
eiigineirs have run I -uivey direct 'o
Kll WeHtminster, and have secured an
eisy grade.    I expect actual c'instruction
grading operations���will ha in (all
ssuig within a in nth. Thi rails pur
chased Kin. time ago will not be deliver
���d until September."
Cirrington's Silver Lei' teiii thi bnt
Wlct. tea nn   the market.   It is i  fine
onnge pekoi, i stught issam tei.
No hou.i oompleti without it.
B. C. Cities Take Note.
The municipal openiion nf ihe electric
light system of Edmonton during l'J05 li
resulted iu ��� hsodsome profit of $L'0 87,'i,-
71. As i result there will be in immeilr
ate reduction of rate': The auditors report ihows i sunlus for the telephone
operation account of 84.14!) 98, md in
revenue account of fii.f-i. 211 The water
operation eh'iws a d.fic t i f 94.45!). 18.
THH PLAOB TO BUY TOUR
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CfCAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMI. Stl's)
Full stork of _______ _|u_ Imported ilgars.
aiiO ths t-rsi sninloiir IoIm-cco alwajs uu hand
Drop loin, enjoy aq nn gameuf Hilli.r-S.
Agent fur the Ttontnt i_n__ ImitnAr,, Va_c__
ver.   I_su_rlrjsliip9<'(l ever) Ha urdsy.
IIWTIXr.
XTAMLOdlM ll-M '_,��, I'. H_r__, proprietor.
���*���*���   But Itoek "f win -, llquo s an- cigars In
Ihe Interior.     Ju-t its  spin f.,r a nit c . on] re
ftestiu.g .lass of  henr.    Vi he, In -Ta_il-_.s
cil in.
The A. E. Howse Co., Ltd., hive just
received a fine line nf the latest tiei ind
sii in mi i r  vests.
Bought Kltsllas Townsite
Word has been received of ihe sale hy
motion of lhe government 'O'nsi'eof
Kit.ilas, on M��y 1st. T-n tarn, divided
into lots, were sold at fn-m ten to li teen
foliar* per lot. The buyers were C. Vi.
D. Gilford, M. F. I'., ami .1. W, Patir-
ion. his par'ner. Th.J will est b l-h I
Horn there as id outlining point I r t_e-
new Bulkley c untry. The government
is stiir'iog tho buildn g of a trail into Ihe J
Bulkliy from Kitsilas, i distance of 70
ID I | 1.
Mr. PttWMHi spent a few months in
Nic 'la during thu past winter and his
n lOf friends wish him every success.
OHUROH SBRVIOE
Presbyterian Church, Nicula I_ks:  Her
vices si 'ry hatitsilh at ll a. in. and 7:1-1 p.m.:
Btkla duet and SahliHh School, MO p.ro.
K��v. II  K. ALU*,
I'reshvtcrlan Pastor.
Rev. John I'yk,
Molhodisi I'astor.
Methodist Church. Lower N'lcnla: Divine
lervice every lord's Hay at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m,
Sunday school at ! p in.
John I've,
Meihii'list Mini ter.
I).  K.  All AN,
I'reHhvtenan Minister
JOHN 0. ADAIR
mmmmmmmm
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all.    Nicola, B. C.
HOTIOI
Notice is herein' liven that wi'hin Unisys
fromda'el intend tusking applioa'Ion to the
honornlile chief eommlsiumer e_ Muds and
works foe per mission to p rohasfl fli acres nf
|i wtnre land in the 1. on oops division of Yale
di-tr cl. sttlistedh follows; pninnisncini/ ut a
siiikenl I he 8 w corner of lo. HI., Q 1, running
thenc* north in:H Clarns, thence west. SO911
chains, souih Hi.-, chains, I hem. Met 30111
,-liH.i11- to |n"nt of commencement.
March 17 190- J. H. Ghkives.
SOTIOI,
Notice is herehy given lhat within fit) days
from date 1 intend niskinit application to tho
hon.chief eommis-i'neiof landsHiid works fur
p rmis-inn In purchase ..-in acres of pasture
1 id i" Ihe Kanilooi's division nf Vale disiriet
-"'ated asf iilnw,: Oooimenolnir ll i stake at
tin I w corner of the land lfin chiles doe Mil
"f the m _ corner of 1,183 ft I, mnning thence
smi in chains thence nurth a. chains, thence
west 10 chaoi . these, south H chains to point
of cot ineiicenient.
March 17. net, too, Hknt.
If you will step in at Arms.mr>g'i when
at Lower Nicola, you will be convinced
that, be carries the latest and most complete line of _ents furni-hiu.s, including I
siiiiiiii. r top shirts, fancy vests, hate and
caps, all kinds and shades collars, ties, etc.  ;
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that within six'y days
from dale I intt'iid iniikinif apnllfa'irin tutiie
hnu. chief commissioner of Jauds and works for
permission to nurchse 10 seres of pasture lsnd
In the k'uinlnoiM divi-inn ol Yale dis'rtct, slto-
iiicl asfo-OW*: ('"iiiiciti 'ing a* a stakftl the
nk oorner of I.it Hi., i; I, runninK ihence
noch 10 chains, ihi'iic'wsst III c -ins, thenee
South 10 chains, thence east 10 chains to the
point of commencement. If. C. Want).
Mar.h IT, WWi
Imperial Troops Depart.
The echoes of the bugles lOUD 1 g
' Last Post," it seven O.lock nu Thun-
day mnrnin-r it Work Pol t Btrrtoks ac-
ccu'iiit.d thi se'.creiic of Imperii! mil'-
tiny contrii! of OlBlda, when the royal
engituers and garrison artillery to the
ntni'licr of 250 embarked on tbe steamer
Ch_t_-_f cu route for Vmcouver ind
Menie EmUnd. The departi'ig trocjti
wore given i cordial farewell.
(Arlington's (J'dden Leaf tea is t'i
very tinoHt flowery orange pekoi. Im-
ported snd packed especiai'y for us. Is
-bf.olot.el. th- finest tea OR the inarkil
.0 .ten's a pound.
Invitation to King.
Tbe varioUK civic corporations through
out the province are receiving copiei i f
an address, drafted hy the Federal parliament to His Majesty King Edward, inviting him to visit Canada at the eariut
possible dite. A letter from tbe secre-
dry suggests that the local councils pi8i
a resolution endorsing the action of the
lie of Ciiinin,ma and ' 'Xpri'ising itl
own wish for hiicIi i visit.
Subscriber! to The Nicola Herald cm
rencv their subscriptions by sending in
$2 tn Ihi office.
NOTICE.
Notice is herehy Kiven that within sixty days
fom date 1 in'enii luskin. application t'i) the
hon. chief comuiis-iuncr of lands and works'or
permlS-loa lo purchase 10 acres of pa-ture
laud In the Klnloops division of Vale district,
situated M foll.ws: ouminencliiK at asiukeat
I lies k cornel' of l,"l 7(i- O 1, runninK Itiiiicc
eastiO chains, thenc. north .0 chains, Ihence
west '.. chains, thence Math 20 chains to the
point of cu ninc.iceiiicnt.
March 17, WA, 0. W. K. Thomson.
Notice.
No, ice is herol.'K'vcii tliai fli'days after dats
[ Into-to apply to the  Hun, the Chief com.
mi sinner of Lands ,nd Works fur ji'rniisslon
lopiiniiis' tiliiacresofmountain pastnn land
desciibed as follows, eummeu' .ng at a pnst
marked T. it so, l post, n w. com r, sliu i.d
ut or near Manieiie-c'avcii''. road, ahout 1 mile
nuilli of 'in, :i vi lie's can, li, Ihence B. -.chains,
S HU chains, W 10 ch-itis, N su chains to iniiial
pus' .'KANl'IS MY.
Mcola, April 27lh, HKill.
Notice.
Notice Ishlnhv _i\("i thai (In days after dute
1 -Stand io ipclj to the n tba ohuf	
inissioner of 1 oidsarid works for p-_r____sloo in
to I'lii'i ha^eiilO acres of mountain paitun land
ih scrilcd 'is lollu-s: noinmeniing al post
mark d No. 1. J. K. M's. R, \v corner adjotnlni
��. K'-. i. w. corner, Ihence ��. SO, - SO. VV K0, N
80 to initial post. J. K  MI'KItAY.
Nicola 27th April, KM
Notice.
Sivty days after date I Intend to apply tithe
Hon. tic _____ commlMtonee of landa and svorkl
for icrniiiHion to punhi iSSOac mot paatQn
lanpiu Aspen Orivesituaicd as follows: com-
iiu , ii- a1 a co-' marked A. It. C, placed
all mi 20chains easl and 10chains nonli of Ihe
s. i., nrnerof l,ot BO. thence 2u chains north,
thence 20 ohalai last, thlnea 10 chain��� mirth.
th ii s 10 ohatnieast, ihtnoi-O chainssonth,
then c it-obaini wesi thsuoaSOc-ia-Bi moth,
thence 30 chains we-1 'op cut of ennimenc.e
nieiit. A. H,   AI'ltlMiTiiN.
Anril-n.h, IM ��. 1,Bate, afaat,
HOTIOI.
Sixty days aftsr da'e I Inlend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lauds and works fnr per-
inisslon lo purchase ll'-ii seres of iiioun'aln ph ���
turecoram.nil i|{at apnstat nortiiwrst rorucr
of lot 005, iiieiice north 111 oha'ns, thenee east
Iwcnty oh.Ins. Ihence north forty i hains,
thenee east twenty chains, ihence south forty
chains, ttieece west tweniy chains. Ihsnce
soulh forty chains, ih"tic west twenty chains
to point of ooimnencenieat.
Aspen (Cove, March'JO h, 19-6.
Vi. A. W.DD8.
QUASI) I'ACIFIc IIDII'I.. Kamloops.   Th"
nearest hstei lo lbs rail* i) si si ion.    'I he
only   ciynenieni hotel  fur travelers.     (Joisl
riiuins, nuod tacle, _.i.,| liquon.     I wn Urge
saiiipli- rooms.   I'. A�� Hal-hart, propriet-ir.
Uood statiliii^ in rouMeUuB,
ASHC'lltin' Hi i'l Kl.. Ti,e ninst, convsnlenl
���"- ho el fnr visitor, in Ashcroft, 1 he b-al of
tahlr-uard. lint ami cold ha'hs. mirrecre-
sen,alive meets all trains. Johnson It I'ukins.
propriepirs,
Mop nl lhe.
ROCKFORD HOUSE
BOM. SciiTT,  Proprietor
When tnveltng on the Nicola mad
C'uvenient place for travelers, withgooc
iccommodation.
Unequalled ��sa
S<Jii,n.cp Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
Ql .IX'HK.NA, B. C.
.Vli.-t  - on .Viiiii i�� n
n
To entertain and hmiii-r you at home.
Ht'tiup than | t__Mfttrio__J perfitrinance
anil mncU rlicaprT.
K(ir Prin'f. an 1 TflfUM WriM to
M. M. WAIT. & CO.
887 GruiviUti street
VANCOUVER,      -     -     -     B. O.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $io,Ckx),ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets .... $158,231,409.51
HOHORA-IT PRBSIDllfT:
Rt Hod. Lord fltrathoona and Mount Hojal, O. O. M. O
PRBfllDBNT. Sir tito. A Drummond. HOMO
T.U-LPR-3'i.L!_,_rT AlfDOINBRALMAifAOIR.   ���   I. 8 OLOUrrOH
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $100   and  upwards.      Interest
credi.ed 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   BRANCH
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
THE NORMS SAFE & LOCK CO
SEATTLE, WASH
Frank G. Benson,
Agent
VANCOUVER, B C.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1802   1006
NBW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
lev. W.J. Kll'1'.-U, B, A, H.I).
Rev. J. P  Howili. Burisr.
A ci'mplete o ���rnroer.iil s.n. business
course Students pre[<iied to gtiii teieh
crs cirlili-stes of sll fc-ridii. In univir
sitj srork s fullcuiirs. fur thi 8. A. ds
_re�� nf Toionto Univ-riity.
Insinicii'ii (iven in Muiio, Art, Phvi
oil Culture ind Elocution.
end for Oilend .r.
Notice.
Sntv rluys after dale I intend to apt*Ij to the
lion.tlu' ehiufeoiuihi-simiiTiif I ox's a'.d works
for eornilsslon to paro-__a Wt ntn* ot pt-ton
land in Aspen drove sll iialed as follows: com
mem'lng a' ft iiosi mai-ld st J. M. on lhe N. K.
oornir of lot h-thin * K eh ins . ast Ihence
M chains nonh, Ihence'.D ch.tins lasl, theoceM
chainssnolh, til.loeU chains we-l.ihen��� II)
chains BOrthhothl point of commeneeineiit.
April '.lit, 19Cli. S. J. BATE.
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
" ROSE EMPEROR"
(11833) 11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31st JULY
WILL   TRAVEL   DURING   SEASON   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 HI RALD
LOCAL NEWS
Fred A. House was it Kit-loops thii
seek.
Mn. I'.ioley wu i visitor to Kimloopi
thii week.
A. H.   Owen ind  VV.   11   _B_W_M__
Coutlee   returned   from   Kitnloop.  thii
week.
.ledge Clements, of thi county coirt,
of (Ireeawood, hsld court in Nicoli on
Mondiy.
Rer. J. ind Mrs. Pye returned from
the Methodiit conference at Victiria on
Siturdiy evening.
REFRIGERATORS
Midi of elcgint hard wood
and hist finish throughout.
Etch one makes i hsiidsouie
piece of furniture. From
f 10 60 to fit) each.
Icr Crkam Frkkzrks
S, llll WiMmWs'ii keep out Ihlfliel.
S< UUB Diidksiu ill _____ from ti up
OtfOUII   and   I'oAl OIL  Stovks, it
reasoiisl'le pricei.
IfBTTIUfl   roll   THE  HOT
wKvriiKU
LEEMING'S~HARDWARE
KAMLOOPI
SADDLES
IN. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� . B. ft
J. II. IfaAf-ftro. Lower Nicola is in
town assisting in erecting a husinns
block for J. Leonird.
B-ilneii Local!.
F ni Straw ill's from 25 oents  spat
T ��� ... E. Howse Co., Ltd.
Ft esse ind comfort for walking you
���hould always huy your bouts and shoe!
it Armsiroi g s, they ire "corn killers."
M BEATTIE
Accouiitsnt,Commission, Insurance
and General Agent,
Villi Ntreet Tamlooos
Liighlon Wade of Kamloopi was in
Nicola Nionday attending to rep.iri.-C,
on thi telephone line.
Mn. Wm. Riley who hu been very ill
ii reported by the doctor to he doing very
well but, will be confined to hor room for
lometime to come.
Walter Clark, provincial constable,
ipent a few days at Kamloopi thii week
in connection with oases at the sitting of
the supreme court.
The ca��e of Howse vs. Goattlich, for
assault, which was bi'M for the supreme
court at Kamloops, did not materialize,
the grin, jury bringing in "no bill."
Rev. T. H. VVright of Saanich, will
have charge of the Methodist church
wnrk in the Nicola Valley, the conference
having io arranged. Mr. Pyi will go to
Salmon Arm.
H W. Elliott, "Tex." while working
at ihe minei at Aspen drove, injured his
hind so severely is to require operative
lurgery He itood the operation well
and the doctor reports him as doing very
satisfactory.
Mr. and Mn. i, McQui��t<m who have
been in Nicnla for mine in connection
with the estate of the late John Corbett,
left for Vancouver Tueadav morning on
their return to Scotland. Thty were the
guesti of Jimes Corbett for several dayi
prior to their departure.
Indiin Wild Jack of the Nicola ranch
erie and employed by C. D. Broadhent,
on Frldiy lait while breaking a horse,
mot with i severe accident. While crossing a badly constructed culvert his horse
tripped, throwing and rolling over him,
breaking his leg in leveral placet. Dr.
Tutill wu called ind set the injured limb
md Jack is now pmgreising favoribly.
Stockraliers Attention I
We hivi riciived i Consignment i f
Fly Fuma 50c. i tin; ilictric sprayeri
11.50, Every rincher should should
hue it ind use it Those wh i hive tried
It 'nee, always keep i supply in thur
stables.
The Peoplei Store.       A. II. Cirrington.
To Tm Lamm:
For the litest ind in "it fashionable
fancy collars and shirt waiits, Mouse sets,
belts, etc. You shonld take a look in it
Armitrong't. No trouble to ihow the
goodi.
Two fine McCliry ranges for sill cheap
at the A. E. Howie Co., Ltd. Bran-
new and great bargains.
Plaoe your orderi with The Portable
Stum Haw Mill, all work guaranteed.
Juit irrivid.fiihionihle moulding kntvei.
Why need to leive your house unfinished
for wint of mouldings. Edge and grim
flooring of first quality, will ott weir three
torn mide of flit grain. Window sish
made to order.
Cirrington'i )'��� Mm Leaf tei ii the
viry finist flowery orange pekoe. Imported ind picked especially fnr UI. Il
ibsolutily the fineit tn on the market.
HO oentiI pound.
The famous Tetley'i Tea at The Store
of Quihty, tbi A. I  II  - .��� Co., Ltd.
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and ttineral Supply A_rti
��� roR���
Mining contractors, farm machinery, buggies
outtsr-, sleighs e'e freed for .nr list of fare
and mining properties. Keoorts on mining nro
p riles through tbe lltitrlr . .table address
' Aurii'ii" Coles: llromhall, More.ng * Nesl
A. H. ('. lib.
Warehouse-Canford. Nicola Velley, B. 0.
If you wint high class up to date Boots
and Shoei go -to Armstrong'!, Spring
���look juit arrived
Cirrington'i Golden Luf tu ii the
very fineit flowery orange pekoe. Imported and packed especially for ui. Ii
ilsolutely the lineit tea on the market,
60 oents i pound.
Pun honey in the comb at Armstrong's
Carriigtoii'i Silver Le if tea is the best
fillet, tea on the market. Il is a fine
orange prkoe, a straight assam tea. No
home Complete without _,
If you in thinking of (nulling now is
thi tima to git your orders cut io u to
hivi the lumber dry when the long dajs
corni ind the carpenters can work with
pleasure. Remember the name, The
Nicole Portable Steam Saw Mill.
WATCH REPAIRING
All kindi of Watch, Clock
ind Jewelry repairs done in
first class order and satisfaction guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed ind returned without delay.
w. m. tiamu a (o���
C. 1'. H. Time Inspectora Kimloopi
Csrrmglon n Silver Leif tea is the best
fifs-t tea on the market, Ir is a fine
oraugi pekoe, i itratght assam tea. No
house complete without it.
TOWN LOTS
GOOD BUSINESS SITES
SOME  GOOD  SNAPS
IN TOWN PROPERTY
REAL ESTATE
E
Q. H. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
NICOLA, B ft
���____��� MM
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public Ac.
Official Administrator
Offlos. -Commercial Hlo. k. esst of Post OfBce.
Kamloops, B. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister, -Solicitor and   Notary   Public
Office?   Rest of the Canadian Hank of Commerce, south side of Victoria street, Kamloops.
Money to loan on real estate security.
NOTICE.
Notlcs Is hereby given that wlthla ility
days after date I inlend to apply to tns
chief commissioner nf lands snd works for per-
mi_ain. to D'irchase lifl acres of pasture land
situated as follows; Commencing at the N. K.
corner 1M. 13-7, thence west In chains, thence
north 1(1 chains, thence cast 10 chains, thence
south 10 chaina to point of commencement.
May H, 1__5 WILLIAM CHISIIOLM.
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett.
Deceased.
'TKNDKRS will he received hy the under-
signsd executors of the estate of Join
Corbett, deceased, up to 12 o'clock noon. Satui-
day, Ma) ID h, l!��Ki, for the following good,
and chattels belonging to Ihe _���_____���
Eighteen head of horses (more or less) con
listing of several good mares, two year old
and ., i-iniig-. 10 tons ha), n ore or lees; 1 si
farm trucks; I horse rake, used two seasons;
mowing machine, used two seasons; 1 urine
stone, 1 -'. im h bellows; 1 set single harness;
set double harness; i cant hooks; 1 buck saw
1 fore plane and  tool.; 1 tuyere Iron; 1 tool
sharpening hammer; I axes; li picks; 1 mattock
"shovels; 2 Btrlking hammers; 1 hay knife; 1
hot; 1 scjlhe and   snath; 2 six-foot crosscut
(a-��; 1 logging chain; 1 steel yard; 1 lantern;
hand saws; 1 draw knife; 1 steel square; 1
i_a.eand sundry utensils.
T_f*__l CASH.
Dated at Nicola, H. C, March 27.1908.
A. __ CARRINGTON,
N. J. H. BARWICK,
Executors of the Estate of tbe lata John
Corbett.
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Specialty.
Write (or Estimate on all Kinds of Work
P.O. Hoi IN6 KAMLOOPS, H.C
"THE PEOPLES STORE:
Large Consignment
Groceries
Dry Goods
Boots and Shoes
Hardware, etc.
Will arrive next week by the
Nicola Railway. First freight
to be brought over the new
railway.
COME  AND  GET A GOOD
ARTICLE AT
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
" IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
K2MK��
$5 to $100
It's "Daylight all the Way,"
>y the Kodak system. Load
nig, unloading, developing���
til without a dark room,
Everything for the
Photographer
SMITH BROS
DOOK8TOIIE
Kamloopi ind Vernon
Ga HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CARRIA3E AUD WAliON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
NICOLA, b. c.
NOTICE.
I, Henry S. Cle>,ihy of thi Contlee
Hotel, Outlee, B. C, intend 1" apply I'
the licence coniniiNsiiineri for Nicola Dis
trict it tt.eir next sitting for i transfer t.
rhe retail lii|Uor liceme held hy me t-
Joi. R. A. Hichardi.
Rmi S. Cleasby.
Coutlie, B. ft, M��y l��t, 111011.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Reildent Agents In Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON _t LANCASHIRE FIRB IN SUR A NUB 00.'S
STRAYED.
Strayed from Dodd'i nnch, Aipen
drove, a lorril gelding, white itripi on
lace and oa two hind feet, fore top cut,
branded 7L on left hip. Any per .on
knowing of such animal can tend Infor-
nuti.n to 11. H  Phicb,
Aipen Grove.
I
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. ftictyurds,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling tn Connection. _r-_______MB_l ____���_____���

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