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Array /.        A. ���
MAY 14190e
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THE NICOLA HERALD
Vol 2.  No. 19.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1906.
$2 a Year
1
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Three Men Hold Up Train, But Get Away
With Few Letters Only.
$11,500 Reward Offered For Capture.-Robbers
Heading  South. - Said to Be Near
Stump Lake.- A Number of
Parties on The Trail.
The west bound Imperial Limited, was held up by train
robbers on Wednesday morning between twelve and one
o'clock about thirteen miles east of Kamloops. It seems the
robbers secreted themselves on the tender at Ducks station,
andion benig disown d one of them held up the engineer and
and fireman and mkde them stop the irain. The fireman was
made to get down and uncouple the jrai/1 leaving the baggage
and mail car with the engine the robbers evidently thinking
these were the mail and express coiches. The driver was
then ordered to pull out about four miles further into a gully
where they Hopped evidently at a pre arranged spot. Some
letters were taken from the mail car, the other car was found to
be a baggage car. The rubbers decamped in a southerly direction. Yesterday rewards wee offered: $5,000 by the Dominion Government, the C. P. R. $5,000. and $1,500 by the
Provincial Government, jor the capture, of the robbery Early
yesterday morning, the descriptions of the men were sent out.
An arrest has been made at Revelstoke on suspicion
Latest reports indicate that the robbers are heading lor ..tump
Lake or its vicinity. Men knowing the mils and country
thoroughly are scouring the district in every direction and
capture may be reported any hour.
DIVIDE WATBB.
International Oommlttee Comes to an
Agra. ment.
Under the Iffttn Ml sign, d hy lhe international waterways c<'iiinii--iiiii at It.if
(tin list Tliursrlsy, Cansdi will secure
Kl,000 cubic feet nf water  |ier   second tt
I
Canaditn section re.umineiids that this
tgrcemeiit lie limited In twenty live years.
The question nf division of otbff w��nre,
in. I is St .) .hii ruer, has not heen
ni nl.' Ihe sol j. il of sny aunemrnt, al
though tht Canadian section lays down
tut' on priluipliH III ri_anl to these Tht
dinted   States   commissioners   loot the
, p Mountain Fires:
A hetvy firt it rsging ttnoim the timber on the _n_:h tut |side of Iron mountain    There hit been no clue *t yet to
its origin. It evidently it��n��d on some ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��ri .mpted ltnd but whether started by j hsvt ctused the tmnunt Nlllfli from
the (ire emptort or the Indiini is yet un- you to be credited to you in the Renertl
known,   Nothing it present cm bt done  j  fund    Yourt very truly.
To be No Coal Strike.
A Scranton, Pa., despatch says then
will be no strike if the anthracite miners
That ii now t settled conclusion, for such
is lhe ad.ice of President Mitchell 8-cre
tary Treasurer Wilson and others of the
leaders   who   addressed   a convention of
Niagart Ftlll. md lhe United 8'-tes 18, m |||11|er|) M|,r_ ,|ie .e(i0r, (if m ^
5.K) per lecond. At S��ult Ste. Marie, committee was present ed. The arid reises
the power is to be divided .qiially.    Tne  '  fully   forecasted   tht   report   which the
LOWER NICOLA NKW8.
Oeneral   Newt  In   Hint Around Lowtr
End of Valley.
W->r is none ti plmtt>il t-iij.ir
tnd the cr. ps may perlisps suff r.
Ht'clay BniiihiDiie ihe owner nf New-
town (,raii��e ranch ha�� left for ihe Od
Coiintrv, he hopes to l>�� in L ��er Nic It
alioiii the end of dune.
Mr St. (J_or_e is eipe ted in Ihe Vil
ley shortly      He is going  up n a prut-
pcctlug eI(ie(||l|on.
The owner of Newton flrange is send.
in�� from ihe cotlt hvu tinroughbiid
mares, purchastd from well known
breelert.
Thu railway (rick is now about Petit
creek.
Tne whistlt of the construction train
Oan now be heard tl Lower Nicola.
A letter has heen sent tn A Stevenson
road   siipennteiideii'.    .KkinK   that   tht
new hrlilge over the Nicla be loca'ed at
tht ford nearhy t'ook, Quo A llnsaey'i
old camn. The pfisjum-d ch.nge of lo-
can..ri will h.. for the benefit nf all thnse
settling south of the Nicola.
HIE IE 10 N
$200 In Prizes For Races at 24th of
May Celebration.
committee wou'd make The suspension
order will be ramrd aud the miners will
go hack to work upon tht tonus of the
award of tht MthMHl strike couiniiiee
ol i'.ni.l, which the opera'ors trtft *illiu_
to lia��e conlinili'd They will la'er seek
to liiain thrm^h the c.ii. ilun n i.oanl,
or by arbitration. I betterm. if   the em
_______________________________________^._^.-_ ,    ,      ilittons, which they complain are working
.round (hai il had not the  power to detl '
s' .      hardship* on them.
with this linr phise ol the qMwtloa.    A
committee report, which is a very bulky
document, will be submitted loiheiiov
trniuents of h. th countries f r ratitici-
linn   ti  mon   m pnsiible.    It ii under-
ttood  tht   United States .ominiiii'mers
will ttk  their country for power to dial
with til questions recommended by the
Ctnadlin commissioners.
Donation Acknowledged
Vi.tiiris, April tt, W)b
Messrs  Blair 4 Co., Coutlee, B. C.
Dear Sir: I have your esteemed famr
of the "li h, enclosing a contribution
(8100) made by the resnlents of C.utlee,
iiitidof the San Fr.nc noo sufferers tnri
list of subscribers. I am sure the _-<������
tributton is most ueuernui snd I will take
in early opportunity of informing the
press with reference thereto md instruct
them to tend you t copy of the issue in
which minium is made nf the same.    I
PROGRAMME OP* SPORTS.
Buys race, 15 years and under
II ys race, 11) years mil under
I.Irs race, l.'i years sn I under
���1 legged boy's, ID yii's ami under
(lirls ra' _. 10 yi-ars anil under
S.ck race, boy n lo years and under
IiiiIhii race. 100 yarila
Klootchman's rt_e, 50 >ards
Men's rsce, 100 yards
I...lies' nail dnving uoutsst
Men's race, 220 ytrds.
OhmaniHii race, 1(K) yards
Larins' egg ami spoon race
Three legged, unli's race, 60 y.rds
Lidies' aheelbarrow race, 50 yards
P..ist > race. 50 yardl
Menagerie rice.
Tug of war
i.iSK'iiM  KVKNT8.
Threading the needle race
Cigar anil �� il.ncs
Cowhoy race
Victoria Cross race
Partner race, lady and gent
High jump.
MM   l:4i'K-
lla'f mile, open.
Quarter mile, Indian.
Quartet mile. Kim ichmen.
Half mile, Indian.
11 -alf inlli, Klo    chmen.
Half mile, members N  A. A. oii'y.
In all loot races three must start or no
rtee.
EntriMs fen for 100 yard men's. '.''20
yards men's and BO y..rd ',1 li ggeri roe.
op.-l\ '_.") I'eiits each
Kotraiur fee f..r gymkhaiii even's, H
centa.
Kotranc. fee for halfniileopen.il,
5 to enter and II t i s- vi or ti race. Win
ners of this isce 'arred fr in nthi r horse
rices.
Entrance fee for half mile members N
A A. $1,5 in eli'er I to start. Stock
svldles only to be used, Horses must
h ive been owned hy members for three
mouths pr or I > race, and must he ridden
bv members of the N   A. A. but not nee-
l-a.rily the owners
A gentnl meeting of the  Nimli A'h-
Idle Association a ill ht held iu (he Bank
nf Montreal building on Swturdiy even-
!  ing at �� IM) o'clock.
lo tgbl tht 6re, which ii destroying much
vilutble timber.
A   J. M.ntiv.
Msyor
Thomat Hunter who returned from
Princeton last wetk, reports tht wtgon
rotd between Ortnite creek tnd Prince
ton in I very bad slate, snd needing iu
itant ittentioo.
An  Interesting   Programme  of Events.���Good
Prizes Offered  for Half Mile  Open
Race.   Foot Races and Horse
Races for Everyone.
There is every indication that the 24th May Celebration
this year, under the auspices ol the Nicola Athletic Association, will lie the finest ever held in the Valley. Over two hundred dollars are being offered in prizes and sub-Committees are
at work making final arrangement. The programme is a long
and varied one and will take some time to get through and the
committee wish it to he known that the sports will start
promptly at 10 o'clock in the morning.
Twenty dollars first prize, and ten dollars second prize are
being nffered for the half mile open race and a good entry is
expected for this even*. The half-mile race open to members
only of the N. A. A . should provide good sport, ten and five
dollars being the first and lecond prizes for this event. The
gymkhana events have always proyed interesting and it will
be no less so this ye,ir I he start will be made at ten o'clock
sharp wiih the hoy's and girls' races and the programme will
then be followed right through with an interval for lunch.
The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian Church will serve a
dinner and have a refreshment booth on the grounds.
In the evening a dance will be held in l'o .ley's Hall and
the dance coininiite.e are working hard to make it one of the
b-st in the history of Nicola. A small charge will be made
for admission
International Foot Race.
The great Vtirs'hoo rotd race for long
di-iaiice runners was won by William
Sliemng of Hamilton, Ontario. The
rsce, ��hnh is from Marathon tn the
S adium at A'hens, (ireece, is ihe chef
Bient |M ihe Olympic gsiin a The mum
Is Jjlij miles. ier a hilly ft untry tnd was
Ciorteil i.y ihe "inner in I h-iir-, 51 nun-
U e- and '_*.'{ seeon,is, Thsrt w.re 11* entries, rei i..i hMng many nations Hies,
Mt-ame Albanl at Kamloopt.
Molam A ' on who is on her farewell
t ur thi i_.li Chi.ita is to sing in Kam
I ����� oo Ittlr-w] the P.M. mat. S'o- is
a.. ��� innsiiied hf live other ari-fes The
sn'i-i rip'mil to the c iimeii is fi <>0 and
*lr_.ily .iHI names have been handed in
Any i f our readers ��bo wish to secure a
Sea! may do so hy a)i|i!yinu at The N.ooli
ll.r.lil .time uu to Monday m irmug at
ten o'clock
Al the county court held at Kamlnnpi
last weelt the case nt Scott ��s. Palmer
came up. This was in action over irrt
g>n. n rights out nl Sump lake. The
action was d'-in i>i'd without Costs and
li junction dissolved pursuant to sgres
incut between the parties.
The supreme Court will hold s lilting
in Kamloons on Monday the 21at, when
ihecaaeof Howie va fioettlich, and In
diui.) <ck will come up for mil.
INDIANS RHMONSTRATB.
Johnny   Ohllllhltza Is   Accused of Br
ectmg Fence Which Boihert Others
The Indians at the Heid of the Like
i Ke>erv�� ar. just now entering strong oft-
| jtOttOM to what they Consider in liijul
lice being intl e'ed Upon them by the self
c nstituttd authority of thechief of ths
D.uglas L.kt reserve, by fencing oti a
pinion of their lands. From inf. rnn
Hon gathered from the members of the
htid of the lake reserve it would a;.peir
tut one .lohiiiiy OhillihllM, I Dn__n_M
Lake Indian has recently s ijoired fr..ii,
(tie D 'Ui<las Lake chief control of a tract
i.l lainl near Round lake oil the fouler
reserve and is now tB|i|>d m fencing
isme to the mj'iry and un'oiiveni, nee o'
tht niihtful owners. An enthusiastic
Indignation uieclmt has already been held
ai.d Ihe Indians sre taking Oie matter up
wnh tht Indian department, while it it
expected a new chiel will bt selected i>
(he head of their own tribe. Aiimtif
those who have si_ned the remonstratics
trt .i isepb Jimmle, Itatus, L >gan, An-
toine Kly, Pierre Louise, tVter Persit.
Pierre Mitchell, Simalnw, All* S malow,
Datikin. Kanaskite, Petir Qiiaiikin. Nardil, Pur, Hvtees Andrew, Jiii.nne L 'gin.
(lasto Louis, Louis Marchell, T. Lmdley,
(bd Ha'ees, Na| ter and Susit. -Arm-
strong Advince.
I
M'ts Liwrcnce of Victoria, went cut
to Aspen drove last week. Sht will tike
chaige of tht school there.
WANTED   AT  ONCB.
Girl who can do plain cootirg for thres
or four. Very easy situation. Wages
$16 l'��r mouth. Pr. Kkk.
Nicolt Rtilwty Hoipittl. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
PmMUk-ld BTirr Tfcuj-kUt
���ataartptlon. in A<_T��n.i t_ iT��
Kioou, i. C. Hit II. 1-M
INDUCING CAPITAL.
Among small commercial
and farming communities, a
very general impression is prevalent that the tourist or sportsman is ol little use in the de
velopment of a new district,
_nd although he may perhaps
financially benefit a few trades
Tien, the general trade of the
country is but slightly affected
by his advent. To such of our
/eaders as may be of this way
��f thinking, we invite them to
read carefully the extract from
Collier's Weekly in this issue.
Applying it to our own district,
it does not require the wisdom
of Solomon to realize what
great benefits might accrue to
the Nicola Valley from the attractions it holds for tourists
and sportsmen. We have one
of the finest hunting and fishing grounds in the province
and we have a climate unsurpassed in Canada. 1 he combination is hard to beat, and
when we have allied with it
the ranches and cattle and the
great mineral riches all around
us, awaiting development Irom
capital, it call easily be set n
how naturally the man of capi
tal, with rod or gun, going
over the country, would hav_
forced upon him the idea what
an opening there would be for
capital all over the district. It
is therefore evident that ener
getic effort is necessary tor the
attainment of this object, viz:
the attraction of tourists and
sportsmen. The C P. R. no
doubt will in due time advertise the district thoroughly but
it is up to the inhabitants themselves to do something. A
live Board of Trade or Tourist
Association is a much felt want
in the Valley. The Mcola
Herald has harped on this
string before and it is only be
cause we realize the necessity
of such a body that we again
return to it. To throw the
wet blanket on such a scheme,
because one individual here or
another there may not derive
direct financial benefit from it
is puerile in the extreme. Such
a body will benefit everyone
either directly or indirectly.
We want to see the Nicola
Valley go ahead and we fee|
sure such is the wish of our read
ers. The objections to traveling by stage will in a few
weeks no longer obtain and it
behoves us one and all to get
busy and try at any rate, to induce tourists and sportsmen to
look over the good things Nic
ola Valley has to offer. The
tourist traffic along the main
line has already started and
there is every indication that it
will be heavy and it will be the
faultof the residents themselves
if a good proportion of that
traffic is not diverted t) our inimitable Nicola Valley.
I <"��<"��� <"��<"�� *-��<-�� <WI<- <"���<_��
STRONG
AS AN
OX
MALLERT'S Btef, Iron
lid Wine nukii you
strong. Compossd of fresh
Bstf. Iron in t form thti
ii euily Mtimilittd, tnd
good Shtrry Wint, it it t
tonic thtt mikes rich ntw
Mood, tuppliei nitrogen-
out materiil to build flesh
tnd muscle, tnd itimu
litis Iht wholi system lo
���tvtr effort tnd energy.
Pricr $1 per hot lie.
-T��_t-
MALLERY DRUG GO
LI-tlTII
XAULOOPB. :  a. O.
���__��-->^__vc>'_^->_-^��->-_y*>'_
ASK YOUR DHALBR FOB
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
UHIOM MADH 0.0AM
KURTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FACTOR!
Ii8 OordoTt Bt W.
VAMOOUVBR B 0.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
���010 Wt-rtmlntter  Rotd
VA*OOUVKR. B 0.
Httdqutrttrt f��r
PACI��"0 COAST (1R0WR
Osrden. flower ttd Field Setdl.
Nif crop now in itoek tnd on tetl in
our treentn u<��t.    Ask your intrchtol for
thin in leiled pieksgis.    If he dun not
hinills them,   wt  will  mil DO stiorttd
Be ptrkst.es nf te|ttthlt ind ft wtr seeds
(mr own i leeiioD, suitshlt fnr B 0. |tr-
dens) for |1 (lO    Spetitl prioss   ,n  yotr
bulk irtds
B. C. tirttmu Htoek ���_ Frail ��������
Or ������men I ��l Treet.
low retdy fur tpnug shipwtui. Itirt
nice ttock of���
I tad I y ter old -.pole trees tt Ut wtt IM
lim per loop.        *^
Muaird I'lnni fl W
I tUta I'rune, . ynsr fine IU per Vw
BufwrPlum  I rttr, lit |9t per IM
Fell list of uvt-er itoek tl regulir prim
No tipinii, Im er deity of imaigrttiuo
or inspection.
(Ireto-nuse Pints, rinrtl Work, tnm -it
pllis. rrall Piokactt, f-rtllieers, tie.
Let mi pritt jour list before ordtrlig.
Csts'ogue Frte
14 j HKNRT
MM Wsftmlaiter Read,      Vs^m,.ett, A. a
SikK-ribt fol tkt Hertld, $1 ptf yur
KIOOLA AMWmttINT DISTRICT
TAX NOTICE
NOTICI ii hereby glvea ia UK-Mfetee with
tht-tlwit-M. thtt Hrorlacltl HevtateTtt tad
slUnstusi-l tati.s tad lucoait'��v astasetl and
MM tadtr ibs Asseestiett 'cl and wnesd
meatt,are nowdutud ptyiVs (or tht )tar
I KB. All taiet oolleotaMi fo- mi 'ncola assess
mttt district an dm aad iiaji''. at - ir ofl.it,
sltette at Mcola. This notice, Is 'emu of I ��� w
Ismiuivalwit to a pertoaal dem-n'. hy me ti��io
all persons liable (or laise.
OEO.   MUKtUY,
Asstt-nr aad Ctllttvw,
Nicola Aim-mi Ulttrlol.
Nieola Post Oftr.
Dated al Nioola It h of fsbman. IM.
1TOTICE.
A litiing of tht Ootuty Court of file,
will bt htld in tht Ooui. Home, Ileola,
B. Oh on
Monday, 21st May 10()6
al 10 a. d.
(ito.   Motrtf,
C. C Reiiittrir
. IIKI1. OVTHKTT
A. H f. f��. Undoa
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloopt, B. C.
Aattys and analyitt if Ores, Coal tad It
dastrta' tr.siiirts.
M-Ojiles hy mall or lists rsotivs trots*!
iHtaUtia.
-A- O. _F.
.OURT NIC01.A. No. MU, AO..   MttM
/  setond inrl fourth frldat la taoh -snath
at I a.m., in Pooley's Hall.    Vlsit-ag Sretr.ru.
oerdlally luviiert
N. 1. H-kwict. P, It
W. Ooaoos Mr ����� T, H-,
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Hone Shoeing �� tpotitlt)
NICOLA LAKE, B 0
W. J. KERR
Watchmakerjewelcr
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kinds of Wttchet, Clocks, Jewelry,
tit., ktpt in ttock.   Wedding (iret-
���nti l tptcitlty.
Firtt tlttt reptirt done on ihort toilet
tnd rtturned tt onct.
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL.
It prtptred tn tikt Conlrtell for
���swind lumber tnd getting ewl
lleibtr.
Wrweral Mill ( ���atrart* Km-v��>|4 J
PRICC8 MODERATI
Pirtite wishtnf wnrk em htvt Mat
promptly mended tn bt applying to
F. D  WOODWARD,
Nicoit, i. a
Letvsyour orderi with N, I, B. with,
for Ittihtr who is igint fnr tht -sols
Portf-li Stititi 8iw Mill ht tta ttlpyot
pin ntt ta order.
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett,
Deceased.
JINDIRB will be rtcKvtd by tht _    �����
tl|o��- stson-firs at tht Mtatt of tht 1 tl
Jtht Corbett, ItctaMd, up to It o'tltek voof
Frldtr, iwat 16th, IMS, for tht pirehtit ti tht
test half Section U, t'ownshlp II, in tht plilti
tbesl threw milts will tt Nieola, eoalalalag
Ml aertt mort or Im.
TIRMH CASH.
Dtted at Nitolt, B. C, Mtreh IT, MM.
A R. CARRINOTnif,
N. J. H. BARWICK,
-httltort ol Iht  (state if Ihe late J.Sa
Corbett
20TH CENTURY
BRAND OF
'"STEW    CLOTHINC
(Cowboy and
Ranchmen's
Hats
ARE BUILT TO WITHSTAND
HARD USAGE
They ��re not cheap, but
lasting, and ait sold ard appreciated in every country
where stock-raising and agriculture are industries.
Our line is complete,
both in styles and colors.
A Fine Line
of New
SUMMER
SAMPLES
Just in
Latest  Styles
and
Fashion
A Stetson Hat and a Suit of 20th Century
Clo dies go hand in hand.
COME IN AND SUIT YOURSELF.
D
1
RlflOU
FRiworroN
METROPOLITAN
HEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beefj Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orden thro_|_o.l tht . .I'nct  recent tireful  tti.nlinn  tod   prompt   dtlivtry
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
jamk .  reoLKl ....     Pr*prl_4_*
im
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
1
Ui
d Stage Lines
tnXmo  Oeneral Livery
Httd Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. 0.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   I hursdav for Nicola lake,  Kamloop%
Princeton and �� ay points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.M.
Leave Kamloops
Evei-y Monday (or Nicola and Spences Bridgt
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Kvery  Sunday  6 a m., arriring Spences
Bridge T mtduf 6 p.m.
Leave Nicolv
Every Tui_sd_.y and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a m.
Special trip* made by appointment
Telephone ennection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor
.JOB WORK
JOB WORK THE  NICOLA  HERALD
LOBWO IHPIRI
Tht following from Cullitr't Weekly of
April Slit, will bt md with interwt ny
Iht tportatD of Caaada, ti it shots tl>t
trend of public op nion in ooDn__ti> ���
with tht protection of (���������:
"Tbt Bovtmitl in Mtnitoht to tettli-
lith gimt preserve! it not only oron-end-
tbit but estentiil, md every pro.ioee n
tht Dominion should follow (his ooustrui ���
tivt policy. Ltwt regaining tht ttttoi t
during whith gimt mty bt kill.- tlwtyt
���erveagoo. purpott, bul they ctn nil,
howtvtr wtll tnfuried, prtvrnt h rvei.-
(uil tilinetion of tbt hunter't pfte
Cunt it iht wotld'i grttt huutmg
ground, tad tiii trttlth of gtmt tho. 11
bt mtdt to urn tbt Dominion'��� cnuin.tr-
eitl tnd induttritl growth. Ii wit the
H-idiou'i Bsy Oomp-ny in ��|u��at of this
vtry _iuie thtt blued iht wty of tmpi t
term! tht continent tnd mtdt tht prts
���nt development of Wetttrn C.nsdi po ���
libit. Tbt frontier of the United Stitti
it ilrtidy history, tnd Ainericin sports
men trt mort tnd mort teeting Otntditn
forests tnd ttrttmt whin they pot in
play? tht gun tnd rod. Not t fiw of (hate
tmtitnr huntin trt man uf iffsirs in tht
Sttttt, tnd tht rtvtlstion thtt will to*
front than in Iht northltnd will not lit
in tke Ish, foal tnd heist they go to find,
but in tbt vttt opportunities to oper-i
Ctpitil upon a bins of high ptr wot.
Engliih tnd Qermtn otpittl Itid the foundation for Mew York'i finincitl gretineti,
tnd New York in turn promoted Chicago
tnd tba watt. It it not latt likely thtt
the money of lhe Mutes mty join tbtt of
London in building induttritl Ctutdt.
Tbt ntw provinces hive hut tn ba seen
lo ba tppiecitted, and t primsry purpose
of ibe Wrstim ptrlitmtntt should be to
lure indattriil eipttiat northwtrd, Tkt
preservation tnd promotion of thit grttl
kuntinr ground will not be lent of tb. ie
tllurtmtnti. And iht wise hunttmin
who gott In qotst of gtmt will add to
bit conquttt leaeihing better thin tlk or
bttr."      	
Iffaot on Pant-ma Canal.
It senilis likely, ainca the occurrence of
the Sin Frtnciseo distsitr, thit tht que.*
tion of tht kind of noil to bt conttruttrd
tt tht Itthmut of Pentmi msy come up
for coniidtrttion siys Th Prnsinoe. Ir
wit pnctioilly decided tomt timt tgo
thtt iht cantl thould ptnakt partly of
tbe lock system tnd ptnly of the de>p
tai pltn. It it not impro'.hlt that ike
retosmendition tbtl locks bt tnnitructtd
will ha eliminated from tha plans ��� d
(hit, through".., the wnrk will be eon-
ducted on tke deep ttt principle. Thtt
Ptnima it within theism, t Tie of itiimic
disturbtuee which iflecit Sin Princaco,
It pretty folly admitted. Then hu nut
been ant ditattr nt ktpptninn tt iba
Itthmut from ��� a thqutke, but Ike tremors
which in tht put htvt bttn eiperienoed
it Sin Frauciaeo hart alto bean 'at tl
Iht point whtrt the etnal is to ba constructed. 11 tan quite readily be undtr-
itood thtt t viiiiitiou, inch ti that pud
to 8tn Frtnciteo, wonld wreck my lock
ttntl in tiititnce, tnd "pat it entirely
out of business." Million! of dolltrs'
worth of property wonld be destroyed in
in iniiant, tnd the work of ystrt, ip> nt
in joining tkt two octtnl. wonld be rea
dtrtd ntltrly ee_lete. It it tliogtiher
likely therefore that tha link system will
he abandoned at iltog.thir too riiky in
thtt tont, abtra Nature iten ��� ill it mm
In bar internal economy.
Chief Juttlce oa Perjury
Daring hie charge lo the grind jury tt
tht opening of thetpring criminal a-tn
court at Vaneonvar recently, according o
Tbe Province, Hn Lordikip Obief Joe-
lice Hunter need etrong Itnguagt with
refertnoe to tha all loo prevalent crime of
perjury. "I am torry to uy thtt perjury it becoming all too frequent in tha
tribanala nf thii country, both in Iba
upper and lower eoorte. There it nothing strikee to bird at the adminiatrttion
of juititt at perjury. In fu I, If perjury
becomea much more prevalent, it will be
just ai wtll for the jattiett to cloie up
the tourta tnd go homt."
Thstt rrmtrkt were tilled from hie
lordsViip in connection with hit dirtetiont
to tbe (rind jury in respect to tbe evidence to he placed before them in con-
nection -itha ekirga ��f perjury againit
an ludiau.
laapt-raa tha Ooad.
The Britlth adairalty'e smtll tipari-
���cnti have proven that the elorage ef
aoal beneath the eea tttadlly incraaaee itt
rtloriho vilut while open tir itorate de-
criuts it. The admiralty bat directed
an eiperiment on a large teale, with t
vitw to overcoming tht diCeuliy of tab-
sequent drying of coal tfter it haa been
etored beneath the water
(let Armstrong i prieee on til kindtof
bailding mtttriil. doori, aindowt, naila,
piinta, paper, lumber, etc,
JOHN 0. ADAIR
niXQERSBCOALtOILEIPCSr
Is prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all    Nicola, B. C.
NOTICK
Noriee Is herebv el.en (bat within an__ys
from ds s I Intend miking application lo tne
honors-Is chief rmmmlsiioner nt Until tod
works tor permission to purchase __ acres nf
pasture ltnd In the Kim oops division of Ytlt
district, sltuited ss follows: commencing et t
sttke it tbe I w corner of let 11.17. (I I, runninu
(hence north in 9. cttlns, thence west SO 518
rhsin-. sooth J0.-J chains, thenre ettt Wtll
.hiins In ir ni of rommencemi-ni,.
Mtrcb 17. IM* J. R. Unt. vis.
mmxm.
Vntloe Is herebv flvea tbtt within Mdays
from date I Intend making apnllrstlon tofs
hon, chief eommls-lnaer nf lands ind works for
n-nnls-ln . tn pnrnhtse ,_n vres of pssture
l<nd In the Ktmlooris division of Y��ledl|trlrt
sit listsd is follow.: oinimrni'lny st . sdke it
theawrnrner of thelanrl l<n rhtlns rlanes-it
of tbe v ��� corni-r of I. (83 n I, running thence
east 40ch lit Ihence north M ohsins, thenoe
west 40 obilns, theme sooth 80 chains lo volnt
of cc menr-ement.
Mtrcb If. INI Oao. Bint
NOTICE
Notice it hereby given that wirMn sli' j days
from date I intend malting application to the
hot, chief commls-ionsr nf lands and works for
permission to purchase 40 scrxs of oast nit Lad
In the Ksmlnops divl-inn nf Ytlt aisiricr. sltuited is follow-: commeniing a* a stake tt tkt
N t corner nf l��t lis, O 1. running thenee
lor'h 10 ehalna thence w*tt 40 a alas, thence
���outh 10 chains. Ihtnot last 40 "hains lo tbe
Elnt of sniiii-em eiiient.           W. (I. VV iRD
trcb 17,190*	
NoTIi B
Kotlce Is hsreb; gives thai within ilxty tan
torn tate I latean mikltg application -.the
ben. rhlff tmaBltsloarr tf lends tid works 'ar
Grmissloa ta nirebi.. It tern of ptstnrt
-din the KtihloopsdivPloiiof Ytltdltlrict,
situited it foil iws: oommenclng tt a sttke it
thet a comer of Lot IM. O 1, running thenr.
eaat'_. chains, thenc- aortb 80 baips, ihence
west M cbaits. ihence south 80 chains to the
Bint of cenvmeaoamtit.
trek 17, IM C. W. H. Thomdox.
Notice.
Notice li btrtby given that 10da. s after date
I latend to apply to tbe Hon. tbe obief onm-
mlssloasr of Und. .nd Works for permission
tipurnli-s MOn-re-of mountain pasture land
on-c Ibed a folio*��. tommtnolng at apoit
marktd T. R u, I post, ��.��.-ir. situ tb A
at rntar Mtmeite-t-iviina roitd.Hioiil lmilt
i or b of Qmnville's ran. h, thence K U chains,
H kl ohaius, W W chains, N W chaina to Initial
pott nUNUM HEY.
Nicolt, April nth, 1906
Notice.
Notice ts hereby given that DO days after date
I intend to tpply to tbe Hon. tbe ohief con.-
misslotrr of lands and works for permission to
to pan base 64* acres of mountain pasture land
d scribe- as follows: rommenelng at poet
mark d No I. J. E. M's. X. W en ner vtjolnlig
�� K'. a. w oiirnir, thence EM, Ml. V. M, N
8' tn initial post. J. E. MUrtKA Y.
Nicola 87th April. 190.
Notice.
Sixty dayi after dttt I Inttnd to tpply to the
Hen. tht chief couiniliiioaer nf lands and work!
t ir lermlwion mpurcbae 880 acres of pasture
ianp la AspeaOrors situated as follows: com
nil. ting i' t post mirktd A. K. C. placed
about M chtlns east and 10 chtlns north of tbi
&B. toner "f lot 90.. thence M cbtinintrib,
thence 80 chtlns east, thn.es 40 ohaia< north,
thenoe 40 ohains east, tbsnee 40 i hai as south,
thtooe 30 chains west. thence tt< hains south,
theme 30 chains west la point nf comm. __���
mint. A. K rARltlMJi'iiN.
April Mtb, IM6. H.J Hate, agent.
NOTICI
f-tty days after data I Intend ta apply to lbs
chief commissioner of lands and works for per
mission to pnrcbasi IM acres of mountain nature commencing at a post at northwest torn r
tflntttt, theait aortb 4* obalnt, tbiaot >asi
iwtaty chile-, i beers aortb forty cbaits.
thence salt, twin; chains, thenc- south forty
chains, thcoe weal twenty ihalns, them s
south forty chains, thinon wwt iwtaty thalas
to petal of sonmenraaiett.
Aipta Orovt, March Mi h, 1M.
W. A. DODDB.
REGGIE M.
TBI PLAOT TO BUT TOUM
���MOPJ-Q aOODt IB AT
J. A. SCOTTS
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMUWP8
fall stock tf Douse Ic ttd la torts. OlfaiM.
aa*tba bestsaoklne tnbacst always w kaal
Drop la and aajoy ��� a, nisi gamt of IHIII .rtt
Afeat for Ihe Plcnser Hteam Usnfl-j Ti
vtr.   Laoadrr shlpoeC every Ha>arday.
������TSUI
KAMIjOOPn H'M CI. f. Hemd. oreai-ot-r
H-st ttonk of wine-, l-)teri anl et|ari la
the Interior,    inst Ibe spot fnr a alcsceolre
freshing glass if bttr
call la.
Wbts It laalaaisi
The well known stallion,
Reggie M., 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.
Peter Marquart.
GRAND PACinc HOI m Kas.le.ps   Tke
aearett heltl to I be rail way nation.   1 ke
oaly covnealeat hotel fur travelers,     flood
rooms, good it'ile, good llqnore.    Twt large
���amplt rtemi.   H. A. Harnhan, pre-tletar.
Oood stabling li ronaoeUoa.
AflHOROPT HUTU. The mast nnnv.aleat
hoslfer flsitnr. laAhrofi. Tbi belt of
tabls boar<l Hoi ana cold hatha, 'rar rt-ire-
ttatatlvi aitttt tl) trains. Jobisoaa. Perklts.
proprisUira
Htop at thu
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Hon   He.itt, Fmpriti r
Whtn trtvtling on tht Nicola mail
O'nvenient place lor trtvtltn, with goon
tocommodilion
c
IV
Unequalled as a
Summer Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
Qt-I_CHI!.A, B. 0.
What Ynu Hunt ia H
Tn entertain and amute you at home.
Better than a theatrical p. rforniance
and much cheaper
For Prices tnd Terms Write to
FLETCHER BROS
IK. Granville -Ireet
VANCOUVER,      .     .     .
B. 0.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
iaa laoi
raW WUTMIMBT-U. B. O.
Rev. W. J. SirmiLL, R. A , R.D.
Rev. J. P IIowill, Romr.
A enmplttt tommer.iil tnd htslneei
toaree. Btndente prtptitd to gtin ttaeh
trt eertttcitei of ill grtdti. In nnivtr
tily work t full ennrie for the B. A. it
gre* ol Toionto lltttently.
Initroetion given in Mosic, Art, Phyl
ml Onlttrt ind Elocotion.
tnd f ir Oslandir
Notice.
Huty days after date I latend to apply tn tht
Hon. the chief oomml-sloti'r of lands sad works
for perml-siot to purchase ftr) seres of pasture
ltnd in Aspet Grove sltnilr- as follows: com-
mem lug a' t post mirhed S J B. tn the M. it
corner of lot 72* then'" 10 chains - est, thence
M chains nor' h. ______ 3D chains caal, thtooe W
cbttns snulb, thincc 10 ihsins west, thence 10
ohains nnrth'tn t he point of commencement
April list, HOC. 8. J. BATK.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        ....        $i58,iji.4_����>.ji
���OMOBABT-ntMID_nTi
Ml ���___ Law. atraUeona and Kamnt BorwX fl O H. ���
rumnr, m4m.t\ lw���A -t o, ���. e\
���ic__tin______DnTAXi>aav_n__u.____-iAaM__, ��� liowntiw
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits receired from  $1.00  and upwards.     I a teres!
credited 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   DI.ANO]
AW. STRICKLAND.
Manager
THE NORRIS SAFE & LOCK OO
SEATTLE, WASH
Frank O. Benson,   ���   -   ���   Agent
VANCOUVER, BO.
Nicola Valley Clydesdale Horse
Association
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
"ROSE EMPEROR"
t
(11833)11801
SEASON FROM 1st MAY TO 31et JULY
���WILL TUTU  DURIHO  BBAflOK  AM  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 Tinnihill returned _____  H >pe
Ittt weak.
Mm Lturt Carrit-gt'ii) left un Tueidivs
stijje to vitit friends it Victoria
1200 in BtwW. fer WM M-t "'  Mty
Oeltbrtttot, tnd d- n't y��u forgtt it.
It .1 Armstrong tfter t viiit to Liter
!fiocil! riturii.d to Aspen Orovt lost
week.
W. Witkin'��� a guest nf the Ci>utlee
_i 'iI, i' ���mire, wu t visitor to Nicola
in I-eidey.
Frtnk W. Jackion of the Tritnglt
nnch, Quilcheua, wis t visitor to Nicolt
m Tuetdty.
Subicriberi to Tht Nicola Herald can
renew (heir euntoriptions hy unding in
12 (o tht office.
Myrtle Woodwtrd of Lower Nicols,
who bid heen vtry ill with pntutnonit
it now on the wiy to teiovery.
Mn. ThomiU'in who hat heen in Lower
Nicola nursing Myrtle Woodward return-
td to Nic. la the first of tht wetk.
The house and lot on the corntr of
Dalley and Mam stretts, hel<in_ing tu
Henry Murk have chan_rd htndt.
Mr. Snyder of Vancouver representing
the B C. Permanent Loin and S*vn gs
Co., was, in N'colt for ��� ftw dsyi ind
did i ime business.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. MrQui��tnnof May-
We, Scotland, relatives i f tht late John
Corhelt, arrived in Nicolt on t ipecitl
sttgi on Tuesday evening.
J, R A. Richards of the Coutlee hntt',
Contlee, was in N colt Monday. He and
Mrs. Richards 1n��e on Sunday and will
likrly visit Sin Ftanciico befort they
return.
Thit fret for all race with t puree of
120 for the wn;ntr ought to letch them.
_4'h Miy Celthrttion.
W, H, Kimptot tnd A. K. Ptrlt were
n Nicolt on Tueeday on their wty to
'.utlchent tnd Douglas like.
Bvron Eamshaw of Minnie like, was
Iu Nicolt for t few days this week. Ht
:i enjoying better health.
Alei Gordon of Lower Nicolt is at
press _ on a visit to the Northwttt look
ing over that part of the country.
R. Cltrk'i irrigation ditch and flume
from M'll croek to his ranch It np'd'y
iliurnaching completion. He hai t large
forct nf men on  the joh, tnd they ire
hustling.
-
A largt trout weighing ten poundt wis
found in tht irrigttion ditch on Tamerton
ranch Sunday morning. The water wat
turntd off Hid tht fish captursd. Il wti
in ethibitinn at the Metropolitan Meat
Market.
S-ockraliera Attention I
Wt htvt rtctivtd t oonstgnmtnt of
Fly Fun's 60c. I tin; tltctrio sprayers
|| 60, Every nncher should should
hut it tnd ute it. Thou who htvt tried
il onct, tlwtyi keep e tupply in tbtir
ttihlee.
The People! Store.       A. It, Carrington.
Plaee your nidtrt wnh Tht Portahlt
.���������m Hiw Mill, til work guaranteed.
Juit irrlvtd.fuhionihlt aioulding knives.
Why nttd to leive your hou<t unSni.hed
for wtnt nf moulding.. Edgt and train
flooring of firtt quality, will o.twear thru
loon mtdt of flat grain. Window uth
���id* to ordtr
REFRIGERATORS
Madt of elrgiut  hard   wood
ind bttt  finish  tlir. u_hnut.
E.ch one in .lies a tuudtouie
l.i.ce   of   furniture.     From
|10 60 di |20 each.
kg CHKAM   KllR-Z-K-
���____��� H immiWs to keep out the flies
Screen I '"'IKS iii all sues from ti up
Oaholini and Coal na Stoves, at
reasonable prirts.
K\KllVHIIN'i;   TOO   THK   HOT
(TI4TMII
LEEMINCSlARDWARE
KAMttmw
Butlntaa Locale
Fol Sale. ���Potatoat, tir.t class qual
ity suiialile for lerd or tthle, sis" wheat
for chicken feed. Apply E. (1. Walker,
Coldwater, Contlee.
Csrrington's (i Id. u Leal tea is the
viry (iciest flowery orange pskoe. Imported and packtd especially for ut.    Il
lb .li .Ij the tin n lea on  tht  market.
KOctuls t pound.
If you wain l.ign class up III dttt Boott
tnd Shoei go to Armitrung'i. Spring
���took juit trrived.
Ctrrington'i (.olden Lsaf tit u tht
very finett flowery orange pekot. Imported and packed especially for us It
alsolutely the hnest tea on the market.
60 cents t pound.
Pure honey in the Mn*. at Armstrong's
Ctrrington'i Silver Leaf tet is the hast
-Oct. tea on the market, li ii a fine
orange pekoe, i straight assam tet. No
house c mp'e'e without tt,
Cirring-ou's .silver !.._��� tea is tht butt
60ot. (ti on   (he market.   It ia t  fint
.range pekoe, a sttight ihssiii let.
No houst comp'ets wiihont it.
(io to Aruistiong't I i seed, timothy,
���Ifllfa, hrouie grass, alsac, ted clovtr and
lawn grass. Wheat, Mil and peal
I'kicis kioht.
Csfriiigtnli's .Siivei Leal  Ira II the best
60-t   lea mi the market.      It is a fine
range pekoe, a irraight  assam  III.    No
house dull! l."e ei'h. i t |r
Carrington'* UuMwa I, at tea is the
very hnest flowery orange pekot. Imported ind packed especially for us. Is
ihsnlotelv the hunt tea < li the market
80 ttnti a pound.
If ynairt ininking ut lulling now it
tht timt to gtt your orders cut in it to
hut tht lumber dry when the long dayi
oo_tt tnd Ihe rarpei'ters ran Work with
pltiiurt. IUmemher tht mmt, The
Nirola Portable Si,tm S.w Mill
TOWN LOTS
COOD BUSINESS SITES
SOME  GOOD  8NAPS
IN TOWN PROPERTY
REAL ESTATE
E
o. n. BR-VSH,
Accountant and Auditor
NICOLA, B 0.
herald orrici
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
______ -Commarrlel HI <r._, east of Pott CMBoa
Kamloops, B. 0.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,   Solicitor snd   Nottry   Public
(Hoe:   Rest of tht Canadian Raak at Cora-
Biroe. south sldt of Victoria -treat, kam loops.
Mtaty te loaa oa real ettale s___rt.r
HARNESS
SAOOLES
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� ��� B. C
"THE PEOPLES STORE.
M BEATTIE
Accountint, Com mission, Insurance
ind (inieral Agent.
Main Htreet "Tamloops
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply A_rta
- von ���
Mining rnntracinrs, f-nn mschinsrr, buggies
Mttt-V, tts-fheC-O rend fur nor list of fan
and mining i.inii. ii'-- Kenurts mi mining nro
pnies through the lllsirlr . I'ahle addr-��-
"Aurum " I'uilei: Ho.n-all, More.ng _t Val
A. M.C. Ih
Warehouse-Cantor-. Nicole Valley, B. P..
WATCH REPAIRING
All kindt of Watoh, Clock
and Jewelry repairs done in
first class order ind ittufi.
tion guaranteed. All work
intrusted to our care will he
completed tnd returned without delay.
w. n. < _nt��i.n,i, a ��jo.,
0, P. It. Time Inspector* Kamloops
NOTICE.
Estate of John Corbett.
Deceased.
TKNW-IW will bfl recel?��l by the undflr-
Nlgntr. exerutorn of the pHiat** of John
( orbett, deoeiMtM., up to 12oVlork noon. Salur
rlay, Mat 19 h, 1.106, for Ihe following ��_u.L
niidrhhltelH M'tiik-iiiK to ihe PK_i_.le.
KiKhtt-en head of hornun (more or lexicon
���l-ling of neveral good martin, two year old-
and ytailliiK-, 10 (MM ha>, n ore or le*-, 1 (te
ftrtn .ruck*; I twee r*.__t\ uned two *ew-onH; I
mowing Niarliinc used two aeaN'DM; 1 grind
_|HM I __Mt��fc bellows; I r-ot NMiyflw Immm; I
ttel double h_.rne*n; 2 cant hook*; 1 buck Haw
I fore pltiie and fool*. 1 tuyere iron; 1 tool
hharp. n in* _ta_HMf] 4 axec; G pirkr>; 1 mattock
7 raln.vel-; 2 Htriking hammer-n; 1 hay knife; 1
hoe; 1 KCy-hf and Mi-tin; I nix foot croa- tul
-N_w-: | litift/tntf chain; t _teel yaid; 1 lantern;
3 bund *__*>; l draw kuife; 1 Htet.1 itquare; 1
brat^eand nundry u eu-iln.
rmm cahh
Dated at Nicola. B. C, March 27, tD>��.
A. K. CAKKINOTON.
N. J. H. BAKWICK,
Eiecntorf. of tbe  Kstate of tbe lata John
Corbet!
JACKSON & EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Specialty
Writs for KsthnaU on all Kinds ol Work
I' ii Am ls�� KAM-MsVa ��('
i   . .
NOTICE.
I, Henry t Cftt-twf nf tht Contlee
Hotel. Cntlee, B. C . intend to aoply to
tke licence commissioner! for Nicola Dil
(rict it t> eir neit si'ting for t transfer i.
the retail lujuor licenie held by me to
J >   R. A. Ki. lurds.
HkNRV 8.   CLEA8BY.
Coutlie, B. C, May 1-t, 1906.
STRAYED.
Stnyed from D dd'i rinch, Aipen
Grove, a tornl gelding, white Uript on
face tnd on two hind ftvt, fore top cur,
branded 71. on left hip. Any person
knowing of such immtl can send Information to H, H P-im,
Atptn Urove.
JUST ARRIVED ^^
New Boots and Shoea,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
also some Tennis Shoes
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 pcund.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
��� IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.'
OUT DOOR
SPORTS.
We invite inspection of our Stock of
Tennis Goods,
Lacrosse,
Baseball,
Fishing Tackle,
Hammocks,
Croquet Setts
SMITH BROS
BOOESTORB
KamlotiL. and Vernon
G. HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CH AUD IiUON WORK
Hotseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
nioola. b o.
BLAIR & CO.
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General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agente In Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONDON dt LANCAHIIIKH   KIRH IN .DRAN01 CO/S
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COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Orood Stabling In Oatuit--lon
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