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Array THE NICOLA
UPD
V
R R Ltjiilstiw Assembly
11
J^^^^\
Vol. a   No. 7.
NIOOLA, B. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 19-J7.
$2 a Year
NICOLA   SCHOOLS
IT IS FAVOR KBLB
Resnlts Satisfactory     Some Good Ad
vice to Trustees and Parents -
Cost of Education ln the
Province
Opi n-iui e Book On I udcon Par.
 I    When so nnch is I card at present re-
  j prardinp; the practical ility of a Hudson
1 Bay route to Km ope, the publication of
INSPECTOR'S REPORT ON LAST tii j "Thi- Cruise of ll e Neptune" from the
Dominion Goven mint Printing Bureau
is opportune.
A. P. Low, ".��., F. MAS., who was I
officr in cnmnrind of the expedition, is
the imthi r an I he gives a descriptive
report of tho Dominion Government ex-
pediiMn to Hudson hay an.i the Arctic
Islands on board the D. G. I, Neptune
Ot 1903-04.
The thirty-fifth annual report of the     Tho book is not a mere log of the voy-
public schools of this p-ovincc br IMS* I ape, but deals with the geology of the
places visited and gives n most interesting account of the Eskimos, their manners, customs anrl general characteristics.
One chapter is devoted to an historical sum nary uf Arctic explorations
from thit of Frnis'ier i i r>A> to that
ITEMS OF INTEREST
WANTS OF NICOLA
06 hy tho Superintendent of Education
Alexander Robinson, ll ju��t to hunt!.
While the major portion of the report
is mainly statistical, tii're in several
portions which ir of decided interest
The total enrolment in all ihe school-
oft h'-province fir hey'ar end'ng June	
.lOth. lflOfi, wis   '.-  -,   P whieh UMi | of Sverdrup in 1902.
were hoys and 13,998 girh.   The avr-.    An interesting chapter is devoted to
age actual daily attendance was 19,506, i a description of whaling in the Arctic
and the percentage of regular attend-1 seas and gives particulars of the oiffer-
ance was 68.39. ent methods in use.
The expenditure for education during i The last chapter is devoted lo the
the your was $688,740.56, of which | question of the navigation of Hudson
amount  ?444,542.88 was expended by ' Hay and the need  of a Hudson  Bay
Death of John Wilson
There pa��sed away at 1/iwi r Nicola      	
I on Sunday evening one of the  pioneers 	
of Nirola Valley.   John Wilson, known
VIR  CHAMBERLAIN'S MES8AOE TO   familiarly as "Old Jack," had come in-   UNANIMOUS   VOIJB  ON   IMPROVE
tWB jAieiiNlON. | to the country when things were truly
in the rough. Before coming to our
parts, he had IM some fearful and
strange cxperienc | on the Fraser river.
Then, while still a fWWtJ man, he took
U) freighting on tho Cariboo road. Old
Jack was known from one end to the
other us a genial companion and of
marked honesty. His creed was not
Highbury Mr. Chamberlain difficulty to rem mber, and was assidu-
has sent a signed message to the peo- ously carried out by himself owe no consideration in the noar future is as to
pi ��� of < 'anadu which breathes the great  man anything. what are the must necessary and urgent
-talesman's characteristic spirit  and     The funeral took place at Lower Ni-j improvements required in this district.
vigor.   The message was sent in re- cola  on Tuesday afternoon.   A short j in the past persona! and local demands
British "ii.i. ���! V.'-ni frfnltjr ���'������'d In a
Seattle Oaol   New Flag Advocated for Canada   C P R. En
larsements.
From
MENTS NECESSARY
Subject Worthy of Discussion at Rep-
rejentatlve Meeting Where Local  Difference*  of Opinion
Coi.11 lie Ad'usted.
A subject which will require car.'ful
mmt to a request from the editor 0.
the "MotiUva! Stur." It runs .-is follows;
service was h"ld in the Uosedale house, | for improvements have been sent in,
ihe Rev. U. K. All-in oilici uin,', lOlisl  j without any regard fur the  claims of
���d by tue Iter.  Mr.   Wright.   Quito anther  sections  of the district.   It is
"I thoroughly appreciate the patriot-1 large numb.T turn.'d out to show their practically impossible for any govern-
ID of the Canadian people ind the sen- respect for an old friend. ment to carry out all the needed im-
timent which, so strongly  moves them     Deceased was seventy-four years old provements of this district in one year,
and it remains tor the residents of this
I district to decide which improvements
i are absolutely necessary and must receive instant attention.   If this is done
and it is shown mat these improvements
the provincial government and the balance by the incorporated cities. In
Yale electoral district tha cost to the
government of education proper was
$10,558.67.
J. S. Gordon, the inspector for tho
district, in his report says;
route, and it is shown that' navigation
by this route will be open for five months
in the year, while the shorter haul on
tho railroad would be of tbe utmost advantage, ��� ���      "'
A series of appendices on birds and
eggs, plants and fossils collected on thp
Trustees and people generally are I vojage, and a reliable geological 'map
taking more interest in their schools. ] *t Hudson liay.anu its wnyunulrys, ac-
Teachers are chosen n..ire carefully, in
many cases than formerly, and are ably
supported by trustees when found faithful und competent.  . , .
"It is to be hoped the people generally, and trustees in particular, will come
to realise the wisdom of paying a good
salary for a good teacher, rather than
being satisfied with I a second or -third
rate teacher secured for less money.
"A'most commmdable feature in the
PubMc Schools Act, 1905, is that it gives
the people of a
to p-iy a good salary in order to secure
I good teacher or to retain the services
of one already.secured. 'A will equipped school ind the best teacher possible
in the consideration of all questions  of' arid was unmarried.
commercial prefen nee between the Do- _^_____
minion and the mother country. ���,.   _ , ^  _,
, .      ,    , , The Dominion an I thi Plan.
I am profoundly convinced that of
all the bonds li.it can unite nations tho F>nest Girardot, Exhibition Commis-
bond of comm-n-c is the strongest, and s'��ner of the Dominion, says he is fro- are the unanimous clioice of the whole
the perception of Ihis fact will, I feel' Watty asked abroad why Canada has district, ihere is every liklihood of unassured, ultimately lead to the closer no distinctive flag. Foreigners look up- demands being granted. But if, as has
nnion between Great Britain and her, "n mlr "���ft" ** consisting uf too British happened in tne past, the government
colonies wbi h I can gee to be the only ' m*iH", with a cluster of provincial es- j8 assailed by a difference at opinio i
foundation for a great empire. Such a, cuU,h''ons- Mr- Girardot suggests a t>om the several sections of the di.-inci
union can only 11 bfu Ijfhl lim it by the !I,a-' t'onsist'nr.' ** the Union Jack, maple u tu wnat is i tally necessary, they can
pi-ad of "mutual und.r-landing, and, lt>"f and nine vcrticiil ��a" representing hardly be blamed if uiey uia.ve a uects-
1 rejoice that the movement has made [the l)r"v>nces. |un which cause.- .. ceri.nn amount of
  1 friction between dillerenl localities.   It
company the book.
Tne book is well illustrate I with
photographic reproductions ami reflects
the highest credit on the author arm his
-, i   ��� i
department.
February Rod and Gun.
Winter sports hold-tjie pride of place
iu lhe February number of Rod and Gun
and Motor Sports in Canada, published
by W. J.  Taylor at  Woodstock,  Ont.
district an opportunity IThe introductonrwer by f. W. Lee
tells how thoroughly the inhabitants oi
lhe great commercial capital ol ihe Dominion enjoy the winter. Ai the ba.-k
of Mount Royal they have established a
for the best salary we can raise' should [ fl,ido that Promi8ei> to become historic.
become the motto of every school dis- J The "��"*"}�� ,of snowshueing In lhe
trict. When it does, goed results muBt
follow."
In his synopsis of reports, the inspector comments as follows on local
schools:
"Aspen Grove Opened too late for
inspection.
"Coldwater Inspects September fi,
DM6; present 8. Tho teacher, though
inexperienced, teaches intelligently.
She has her work well planned, and evidently prepares daily to do it well.
"Nicola   Inspected September 1,190S
groat  progress  during   the   list   t w
year:
rai.
in.   Tlie i.-sue l.as never li en fairly
.-ed in trT United ivinjdom, and tbtl I'eai uf .lie Unionist party at the last
election was die In UJ -. -., altogether
outside the q.ies,ion'i. luutual prefer-
eiice.
"The grmvin. rn;.li and prosper
ity of Canada will rife to her decision
an Importance that ii never had b fore,
nl I do mil believe lhat in the long run
.li people of his country will be behind the oilier pars nf  iIn- empire  in
J ii i io Henderson's Vacancy Filled.
George Filmore Cane will be Vancouver's new county court judge, ll is
now over a month since Judge Henderson resigned and cases havt been piling
i.-evident, therefore, lhat ugly the most
necessar.i improvements shoo,d oe considered and there is cver> probability
of such being provided IuT ii Jie estimates, whereas had a list of all the re-
mmmmmmmmmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM^^^^^^���    uuired improvements been  lorwarded,
up until now there are about a hundred    ,       u ,
-i   ' o..u.u.��.u  lnt.   t.hatic��.-��   are   tu.u  liuproveinents
awaiting trial. i   .. .
... . which infill well have waiteu. tor an-
lilmore Cane has been appointed sen- oth,r vear woul(1 ,-,eeive ., ,reieren'ce
.or county court judge and David Grant l0 whi,��� lhe> w,,.e ,,���, ^UtUit. in,
is junior judge. Ine work will thus
be iiivided up in future.
Alex.   Henderson,  K.  C, haa com
promoting a policy which must tend  u.     ^mmmmmmm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,    ���_,,, ;,    . i.i   menced active law practice in partner
plie. ih. ��� Uriii.-ih Empire on a level with    L      . L ,, ,,  ,, r       ���       ���
ihe oilier gr a
with v. iiii.ii ii u
assoc.iliii is ui   nations
II have in eouipeit.
ship wiih D. G. Maedonell
I suit to Injury.
initry is dwelt upon with enthusiasm
by .MisB Merrill. The advenuire of a
party who spent a day hake fishing
through the ice In the province of New
Brunswick is well told by Charles Mc-
1 nl\ r<. A party of enlhusiasiic mow-
shoers tramp to a t0fffjinj{ camp tin one
of tho first benches of t ie S -ikirks, and
amid such characteristic surroundings
some capital western bear stories SIM
told, Mies I.ang being the r cunlcur.
All however is not. given up io winter.
Ernest McVeigh tells of the destruction
pupils present fl.' Good results are be- \*T***** amongst the deer by wolves;
in/ obtained in reading; senior arithme-, **" ,s a ""^ "hlrtnted |.a,.er on the
tie'is weak; all other work is fairly sat-1 ����  (iHme �� 1,nllsn OtOwtki while
C.  W.  Young write.! eiiiert.iinin/ly ol
isfactory.
"Lower Nicoln Inspected September
6, UUti pupils present 15. Careful
wnrk is being done and the tone of the
school is food; spelling, particularly in
primary grade, is weak."
Compared with mhor schools under
Mr. Gnrlo.i, Nicoli Valley has reason
to be proud of bulb its teachers and
scholars. For inytr.nce, couipare the
following riport with the above:
"The teacher lacks training and experience; work is poorly done; absence
of system produces ialenoss, confusion
and   careless  work;  more  immediate
his ���psMMM experiences m n.-v aim
chicken shooling un me pi,.liie... .1
successful hum ine; trip by I lach in New
Brunswick, Beagles iu Nov�� tjcotis,
and numerous other papers make up a
number contrastingly lavorsble wnh
its predecessors, excelleM SS these hat.
been. The depart ment-, ar. hkewis ���
complete, and every phas ��� of Canadian
out-door life red ives Ul Wat need of
attention.
A despatch from ..Sea'lie says: The
Uri ish Bmbn<y nt iVishinjton has.ua-
manded of the State I lap art ment at
Washington tint Kin,' t'.u i y cmnpeO1
sa.e Andrew Hugh s, i British subject,
fur bein,'h-Id li.e d iys in the county
gaol as a wi Dels in a Criminal case, af-
0T the case had b M ter.iiiii.ited. nfllS
Stale Depaiim m In requested Prose
outing Attorney MacKin osb lo il once
sue wnai co npjasation is .me the man, ^ tra|n W1
and hi settki ibe m.ii . i- inr..ugh the tomorrow.
|l  |i,lHmellt. _
Hughes, some three months ago, was
robbed of ��� sfateh in .. saloon in the
southern pan of tha >-it,.. .lames Clan
m . i a-.-. ', ..'i .ii-' n line and penning
ill   i ul Uu  ll '   was held in  jail   a-   a
-.\ir is,    Clem   wa-   convicted  snd
Iu I   . ii> mistake, wa- taken back to
ihe county gaoi.   Tin-        -in Bting al
torn y lllou ;hl thai In had heen ii !. ,i
d until In- learned through hi.ml.-1h.ii
Hughes was s'.nl in gaol,    Al lhe end ul
tivt days he mu released.
resilient.- oi ihis asirrci  slwuid inane
up their minus as to  wnai  uiey  want,
and after due coiisiueratiuii oi ihe various claims from uiuti'eiii lut.aiue.-, unanimously adopt me.-e ,ii a i    reseiiia-
l tive meeting and lorwar.i ihem tu the
[government lor consiueralion.   in nu
other way can they possibi) receive the
same consideration and n is iui.y  lor
; one suciion io ne claiuunu^ lor mis or
lhalliiipiiivem.il   -a ik ii let) nkf ij   an
objection io it from another 'secuon is
alrtatiy on  nle at V'iciuria.   lucre .is
absoimeii; no nectssKy lur any incvion
between lhe ulilereiil tecuuus oi   ihis
dlsiriei.    uaeh unuouint.iiy is m  want
i of certain inipr.v, ,���. nts, mi.i Ulli MB*
| tinual antagonism tu .er.-  in.   jnlflllliaj
- lot' inucii  needed improvements winen
.me up from the Bridge otherwise wouid be provmeu lur.
The need ol some public   bod,)   Winch
  should be representalive ol all parts uf
the district is more than evident irom
these lac is, and until  .-ueh  a  body  is
lul.ii.u   ..i . hi .iv live uti  I'.ulull,   UII m
iii.i.ni.-  iur  impi'tneiiivius wul n.irdiy
nn) uke wci,hi thsj itbewlai aigBt
.Siii.iii|ux in uiiiaclo.
A despaicii from LoodeB, Ont., says:
Then is an outbreak of smallpox in the
ktuncey inuian reserve, causing the
health authornits inucii alarm. It is
feared I general outbreak is imminent.
Several new cases have just lieen dis-
eouvcred. The disease was brought
from Oil .-spiings by a squaw.
LOCAL NriWS
Methodist church services will lie conducted in Nicula on Sunday at 11 a. in.
aim i.-iu p. in., ai.o ,n i.owir Nicula at
:! p. m. and 7.MI p. in.
RCV, D. K. All,m will preach at Low
��� I Nieola in the morn ng and al lhe res-
uii nee of Mr. Voghl ill the allerniKinal
,: o clock, un Miuuay nexl.
ii...
C. I". H Knliir,;pnii'tits at Wuinl|)eK
V, Di Curry, nurseryman, of Kam-
U'ps, arrivnl In Nicula yesterday. He
says that several  ranchers throughout
New Fair Wa.;p nicer
J. D. McNiven, foreman of the
Vic-
and
study by the teacher is necessary if she ! toria   "Times"  composing  room
is to succeed." | one of the defeated candidates at the
A series of appendices, among which I late election, leaves at the end of Fob-
are the entrance examination papers | ruary for Ottawa, where he lakes over
for the |ast year, should prove useful to! the duties of Fair Wage Officer in the
teachers as well as their more advanced  Department of  Labtr.   His territory
William Whyte, second vice-president il��  valley are prepared fo set out onh-
of tha C. P. B.i Is considering the ex- irrin lha owning loaiuti
p, nditure of i ajnwter of a million dol- 	
lars on the Winnipeg car hops.   These
car-shops  and a foundry,  while only An "At Home," under the  auspices
huiltacoupleofvearsaeua, a cost of ��**�����<�����   ****��'*  t;ull��.   **>  ba
11 u .a ��a._      .. .in   n___j	
a couple ul million dollars, havealready
scholars. includes Ontario and west to the Pacific
1 coast.
m.   i u i                        ������ . ie i Mr. McNiven is an old Ontario bov.
The lab d on your piper will tell low and ha(, bet,n promi..eni ���, Labor ciyr:
your subscription to Tl.e Her dd stants. cles for years.
i proven inadequate.   As won as spring Um "n Tuesd,,'V ev,'nin��r- ^�����"y '��th
opens, cm, n-ive enlargemonis will  be, ('ome 8nd 8lM'nd a Plea!iant eveni,,K'
BORN
KlMi. Al Forksilale, B.C., on Sunday,
January ^7lh, llsl?, lo the wife of
D. II King, a son.
MiiMtn. At Otter Valley, B. C, on
'luc.-ilay, February ;iih, 1W7, tothe
wile uf Oan Munro, a son.
WlllTTAKKK. At Lower Nicola, B. C,
un Sunday, February 10th, 1907, to
the wile of Robt Whittaker, a
daughter.
 Bie latest popular hit on the coast is
Ric. A. Fraser is visiting at the coast "Put My Little Shoes Away," as sung
for a few weeks. by Wandering Willie Mclnnis.
DIED.
WiLSON. On Monday, February Hth,
1907, at his residence at Lower Nicola, John Wilson, aged 74 yeara
This is St. Valentine's Day. THR MO'LA HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Kvery Thursday
Subscription, In Advance. S2 a Year
Nicola, B. C, February 14, 1907.
THE POLITICAL SITUATION.
The government has received a
clear mandate from the electorate
to continue the policy which it lias
followed during the past three
years. The preservation and extension of the credit of the province
and the maintenance of the financ-
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate ol Improvements.
NOTICK.
Liverpool Mineral Claim, situate in the
Nicola Mining Division of Yale District,
located at As|*n Grove.
Take     notice     that      I,     S.      J.
Hate,        l'ree Miner's       Cer
tificate No. 1W.VU5,   intend,  sixty   (lays
The provincial political situation
is very clearly and sensibly review-
from date hereof, to apply to tbe Mining
es in a sound condition  are duties Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, fur the  purpose ol obtaining a
Crown Grant of the alxive claim.
And further take notice that action, un-
on which all are agreed. The fact
that the result of past administration has been  to secure both ri\**!P**l'1>m*}** fTBgL'S
fore tin-issuance of  such  Certificate <>l
ed in the following editorial  from these ends, will make easier than improvements
the   News-Advertiser  cf Sunday,  would otherwise be the case   the    Dau^d this :fOth day of January, 1905.
S. J. HATH.
February 10th: task of developing the great natur-
The later returns of the results *> resources of the province and the
of the polling a week ago in certain *t***-0 ** of the country to settle-
constituencies do not change the ****** J1"1*1"* *">��' some of tlu'
statement made then- that the gov programmes put forward bytheop-
ernment will have 26 seats out of! position during the electoral cam-
the total number of 42 in the Leg I I>aiK". Httle of either time or money
islature. Although, of course, the'is m*k*i Un such I nork. Those
opposition press expresses great j who are acquainted with the physi-
disappointment, and affects not I ��l and economic conditions found
little surprise, at the results, reports [ in British Columbia, are well aware
from all parts of the province show that the problem is one of no little
that the people generally are well)difficulty, the satisfactory solution
satined at the outcome of the ap- of which demands statesmanlike
peal to the electors. The govern ] qualities in those to whom the task
ment's majority is so substantial is entrusted. To lie successful in
that it is not likely to be embarras j achieving what is desired will re-
sfd by the accidental absence for a quire the harmonious co-operation
time of one or more of its support   of several factors-something that
ers as was the case more than once would be scarcely attainable had \ loested tt Aspen Grove
ers. as was me ease nioic man mm* ' Take n0tjce tl|at . R j Arm8trongri i?ree
during the sessions of the last leg- the government not a strong tol- Milier.s Certificate No. B93U6, intend,
Ulatnre    Measures deemed to be lowing in the house and the conn-1 sixty days Irom date hereof to apply to
ISiature.    Measures ueemea  w �� ��� ,    .   ! the Mining Recorder for a Certificate ol
in the interest of the province can | dence of a large majority ot tne | Iniprovenients, forthe purpose of obtaining a Crown t .rant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this 30th day of January, 1907.
R. J. ARMSTRONG.
Bankofflontreal
Capital, all paid up $14,400,000.   Rest, $10,000,000
Head Office:   Montreal.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
London  .Mineral   Claiu, situate in the
Nicola Mining Division of Yale District,
located at aspta Grove.
Take   notice   that I,  J. A. Hinshaw,
Free M i n e r's C er t i fi-
cate No. IN.VU7, intend, sixty days irom
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder lor a Certificate of Improvements,
lor the purpose ol obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above Claim.
And further take notice that action, un
der section ei, must lie commenced  before the issuance ol such  certificate ol
Improvements.
Dated this :iOth day of January, 1907.
J. A, IUNSHAW.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
n'oticb.
Boston Mineral Claim, situate in the
Nicola Mining Division ol Yale District
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at current rate*.
f	
DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
FARMERS' AND RANCHERS'  NOTES DISCOUNTED.
NICOLA BRANCH
A W. STRICKLAND,
Managkr.
be introduced with the assurance
that they can be carried through
their several stages, and that assurance will itself give a feeling of
confidence and stability both within
and without the Legislature Assembly . That circumstance Is of more
importance and value than many
persons may imagine and will have
no small influence on the volume
of legislative business that is likely
to come before the house.
The strength of the Conservative
partv in the house, while giving it
many advantages, at the same time
imposes great responsibilities on the
government and its supporters. To
people.
There are many different opinions throughout the district as to
what are absolutely necessary improvements which require attention
from the government, and which
should be provided for in the next
estimates. Doubtless there are
many improvements which are absolutely indispensable, but it is to
be hoped that the personal or rather
local element in the question will
be dropped and some agreement
come to as to what are the im
provements necessary, looking t��
the welfare of the whole district
ignore that fact might bring future and m to individuai parts 0f jt.
disaster on the Conservative party;
it would almost certainly result in
danger to the interests of the province.   "To whom much is given,
watch mm
tn k-
t! ik
����� il it   i"'�� re vr��  d  he   ill
firs' elm". nt"-t iiid sniisfw.
tu.ii Ku.riri'eeit. Vil wnrk
entrusted '" aaS cure will lie
CnlliplHleii hihI ri-'uiiii-d ��lih-
out rti-Ujf.
*. 1. ��� Ill-Ill M. A (�����..
C. P. It. Time Inspeetori. Kamloopi
a KAMI PACIFIC HOTKU Kamloops.   The
nearest hotel 'o the railway station.   The
only cornenleat hotel fnr travelers.     Onod
ronou, good tahle, mod liquors.    Two large
sample rooms.   P. A. Harnhan, prouiietor.
Oood stabling In connection.
If Nicola Valley is to receive the
consideration which is its due iu the
matter of improvements it is not
through local political associations
of them will much be required," is' that the recommendations must
a truth that should not be forgot |come but from the generai voice
ten by either the leaders or the rank of the whole district, irrespective of,
j ci ��Uo , ��.. ri,iii...ii  nirlo nf .       .        .        .      ������     ���     ���      A SHORorr HOTIL  The most convenient
and file on tne government sine oi i poim^ showing that the district is i ����� ho ei for virion, in A-bcreft. The bent of
.i.   i.*..~���      i.-lii../!  ���,,;���!,   iVio irroni ... , table board.   Hotann cold baths.  Our reure-
the house,   waiea witn tne great unammous ,��� jtj statement of re- ^emaiive meets all Mis. Johnson ic i'erku>
victory at the polls; and realizing quired improvements.   Unless this;propri,,tor^
the government's strength in the js done| it is t0 ^ feared that an.
house, there is always the danger tat?onistic  appeals  from different
that through over cenfidence legis parts of the district wiil cause many
lationaf an uncertain or speculative ������ ,,���, improvements to remain
character may be urged on the par in ai)evaIlce| or t0 be entirely over-
ty by outsiders and entertained, looke(1 owiug l0 .ajsaJkat opposi
that would not be considered werelU}11
M. L GRIMMETT, LL. B.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY   PUBUC,   RTC.
Solicitor for the Bank of Montreal.
the situation less secure and more
attention necessary as tn the relat
ive strength of parties in the house
We have had a recent illustration
of such a possibility in the  Hriiish
parliament.   The immense major
ity obtained by the Liberals at the
last general election gave encour
agement   to the advocates of all
sorts of legislative proposals to at- (7^t
tempt to force the government's
hand and compel it to put on the
Statute book measures that under
other conditions would not have
been suggested.   With a smaller
PACIFIC COAST HERDS.
Ask your local merchant for them.   II
lie does not handle tlictn si ml direct.
To introduce them we will mail to your
nearest P, 0,50 assorted t*rit*Jsjsiw|
etnblc seeds, in ordinary Sc packets, for
fi.Ot), our selections; 10 jackets (or 50c.
15 packets flower seeds, 25c.
M. J. 1IKNRV,
Vancouver, R. C.
NICOLA,
B. C.
MINKRAI, ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
Pekin Mineral Claim,  situate in the
Nieola Mining Division ol Yale District,
majority it is quite probable that I located at Aspen Grove.
,      u       .       tal   Vt      i'       Bill     Take notice that I,  J. R.   Bate,   Free
the character of the Mucatiou Hill  Milier's certificate No.  B93434, intend,
would have been much more reas-! sixty days Irom date hereof, to apply to
,,   . ,,,    .,     the Mining Recorder (or a Certificate ol
enable in many respects with the |n,provements, for the purpose ol ob-
restllt that it  would  have  become taking a Crown Grant of the aliove claim.
.... .    ,   , ,    .,        And further take notice that action, un
law instead of being rejected by the (ler scction 37 mugt be commenced be
NOTICE.
All persons holding accounts sgainst
(he Cuppers Limited (Golden Sovereign
Mine) are hereby notified to forward
same to
Angus Nklson,
Kamloops, B. C.
^O.F.
/"lOURT NICOLA, No. K93I. A.O. P.. meet.
at. 8 l
cordially invited.
serond and fourth Prldav in each month
at 8 p.m., in Pooler'* Hall,    visiting brethren
A. K. f'ARKIMJTON. CR.
W QOKIKIN   Mi MUV.fcr.,
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Agts
STEwis riT'S
K1COI.A AND 1'MNCETON
dl tons
J
Also  General Livory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C,
STAGES
heave Spences Bridge
Every '1 hursday lor Mcola I.ake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 am.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  .Sunday  6 a. m., arriving Spences
Hridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
fvery Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Hridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. p. KTKWAKT,    -    -    Proprietor
roH
Mining contrai-lom.farni machinery, bug-gii b,
"     " ' ,      I"1* yT",,wj "Z t."7>"lT "~<  enl tei*. sleighs etc.  isend for our list of farm
House of Lords and its fate not be-  fore the issuance ot  such Lertihrate ol  a���d mining propurliw. Kcpuru on mining uro
perries through the District,   liable aodni-s
"Aurum.''  Codes: Broniball, MoreiaffcNtal,
A. B. 0, ��h.
Warel.oui.e~ Canford, M-ola Valley, B. C.
,  Improvements,
moaned by the moderate section of    Dattd thjs g^j, ^y 0f January, 1907.
the nation.
J. B. BATK.
NICOLA
POETABIESAWKILL
UiNCriCTURaK ind Piiiih in
Rough and Dressed
Lumber
Ii prepsred to take contracts for
sawing lumber and getting oat
timber.
Htwral WHU outran* tiareatoel
PRICK." MODIHATK
Mail orders promptly attended to
J. A. MENZIES,   -   Lower Nicou.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Mur** Sh i,k a ipu-ultjr
NICOI.A HKB, B C.
III'!
111
Unequalled as a
SuHf-iner ftesort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and (Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QIULCHKNA, B 0
Seeos.Trees. Plants
for the farm, garden, lawn, or
conservatory.
NO seedless apples. NO pitless
plums. NO cobless corn. Jest the old,
reliable, approved varieties, at reasonable prices.
Bee Supplies, Spray Pomps and Spraying Material, Cot Flowers, etc.
CATAUXUJB BRBB.
M. J. HENRY
JUKI Wi*tuifnste.r Koad.       Vinciii vik. B. O
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1883  1906
nsw wRSTHimrrKK, a a
Ker. W. J. 8irr��.SLL, B. A.. B.D.
Rev. J. P. BOWIIU, Bursar
A ocroplete commercial sad holiness
course. Students prepsted to gala teachers certificates of all grades. Ia mover
sity work a full oourse fmr the B. A. de-
Kree of Toronto University.
Instruction given in Mosie, Art, Pbyi-
cal Culture and Klocutioa.
Seed (or Caleodat.
> THE   NICOLA HKK.V M
COAL IS KING
The Nicola Valley
Coal and Coke
Company, Limited
are now working at their Middletbofo' Col'iery
at C<iuilY��\ H, C, in .i seam nl i^htrfii Irei <il
solid coal, ol th- tines' quiiitv. fir Mcarn, coking and rjoniesiic purposes.
Shares in this Company are being sold
at par, $100 per share    i
These shtres are the ;sort of investment
which careful people like to in ike It is a safe
one, and one with splendid prospects for lhe
future. It is not m-rely a coal mining C >m-
pany on on paper.
The Compary is * solid, substantial
concen, composed of leading
men in Vancouver.
READ THB PROSPECTUS.
S. /. CASTLEMAN
General Ag-nt lor the Company
ROOMS 21 &22, IMPERIAL BLOCK
VANCOUVER, B C.
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Oesicns
Copyrights Ae.
AnTonesenilliis a skelrh and desiTii.Tl..n n>M
���nil ,j ,i��reri;ini mu i.|.n i.u fret ��li��ilier an
liivunllon Is i-ri.tm / i :r..iiil.ii>. I ..iiiiiiiinir*.
ll.iin.iiiri]rniiiti.l...i' ��� HANDBOOK ���>" I'ateuU
lent tree. IllilMI eaane, |..r... urinn puii-M.,
I'lH'iiis inken iiii.'iiiiti Mhiiii I ta tl ������!*���
oxriiiltiatut, win .uiclmr,!-, in the
Scientific flmericatt.
* rmnfitnfriT��ly ,ihl��tnit<"i VMktf.    l*fMtf ctr
nilativn ��1 niiv ���rtwttlfla J'liirnnl.   't ��-i l���. |i t
: four nuiniln, |t. Fuid I jull tir��sjrt��tlert,
] & Co.36" "d-�� New York
BiuiK-h OlSce. 626 V KU Wutaluainn. II. C.
NOT <>.
Notice is herebv given that sixty days
after date I will apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works
for a license to Maajaal lor coal on the
���'"llowiiij.' (ii'si-rilii'd tract of land:
Bacinuni ai a post marked B. P.
Little, South Wi-st eon r said post be-
itiK located at the Soulh west earner of
Si-ction 24, Township ill, in the Kam-
loops Division of Ysle District, ti. C,
Thenee North 4n chains, thenee Eaal in
chains, thence South 41) chains, thenee
West 40 chains In |��.int nf commencement, said di-scnl.nl Ind hiiiiK the
South-West quarter of said Mctioo .'4.
H. I'. 1.ITTI.K, Locator.
Dec. nth. im.
STRAYED.
White tffltliritr branded iiv on off side
0 J on near side (both rump).    Owner
can havesam- by pa.uiiK expensM,
Lodwick, Aspen Grove.
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A PROCLAMATION.
fttt, J. Fulton, | iwUKKEAS We
Attorney-General, j W are desirous
and r.'.-olved, as .-mon as may be, to m ei j
Our people uf Our Province of British
Columbia, and io have their advice in
Our Legislature:
NOW KNOW YE that for divers
causes and consideration.-., and taking
into consideration th.' ease and convenience of Our loving subjects, VVe have
thought tit, by and with ihe advice ol
Our Executive luuncil of ihe i'rovince
of Brilish Columbia, lo hereby convoke,
and iiy lhe-e prsin.s enjoin you, and
eachofytu, thai on Thui dry, the seventh day of Maruh, one thousand nine
hundred and sjven, you meet Us in Our
said Legislature or Parliament of Our
said Province, at O.ir Tin of Victoria,
FOi! THE DISPATCH OF IIUS1NESS,
to irea', do, act ;mu conclude upon
those' ihing. which, in Our Legislature
of the Province uf Brit sh t olumbia, by
'he i "inni. n Council of Our said Province may, by the favour of Cod, be ordained.
In TUTIMOKT WiicuivwK, We have
caused h i Our Letters to be
in-itl Pii n :m lie liivat Seal
of ilri i ih : ��� lunibia o be her<-
unto o'li ,cd.
Wiiii >.-, ihe ; inuribk Jamks
liUN.-iiUli. I. ..ten,int-Governor
if 0 ir - ��� . i'Co nice of British
t'oliiini i... i 0 o i i.y of Vidoria,
in 0 ii- ain i r '.iiice. ihis twenty-
fi'unh d.i.i ..i 11 ceinber, in the
yeai-ol'0 ir I. d one thousand
nine hunui d no six, and in the
sixth year uf Our Keign.
By Coiiiinaiiil.
FKEn. J. FULTON,
Provincial Secretary.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate ti Improvements.
No'HUv.
Golden Sovereign Mineral Claim sitn-
ate in the Moots fining liivisionofYsle
District, located at Aspen Grove,
Take noti. e that 1, h.    I.   Hate,   aj(ciit
lor k. j. Armstrong, I rec Miner's Car
tifeste Xo 1.1 i ��� . intend, sixty days
from date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for ��� Certificate of Improve-
ments, lor the ptfDOM of ohtaiiiing a
Crowfl Grant of the ibovt claim,
And further take notice that a tion, under se tion >7, must Ik- ciiminen -ed lie-
ore the Issniltn of  such  Cerlilieate of
Improvements.
Dated this Silt day of Decemtier, 1906.
S. J. BATK.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
Great Republic'Mineral Claim, situate
in the Nicola Mining Division of Yale
District, located at Aspen Grove.
Take notice that I, S. J. Hate, Pree
Miner's Certificate No. M94M, Intend,
sixty days from date hereof, to apply   to
the .Mining Recorder for ��� Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining it-Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further lake notice thai action, un-
ler aection v, must be' commenced bean c the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements,
Dated this 31st day of December, 1906.
S. J. HATS.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
Yankee Mineral Claim,  situate in  the
Nicola Mining Division of Yale District,
lek.ti.l at Aspen Grove,
"'fake notice that I, J. K. Bate, ,is'ent
for J. A. ilins.li.nv, Pree Mlaer'i Certificate No. B9J437, intend, sixty days Irom
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder lor a Certificate ol Improvements,
lor the  purpose  of  obtaining  I  Crown
Gnat of the above Claim.
And further take noti t-that action, under sei turn St, must lie lOinmen t-l lie-
lore tin- ioeasace ol such Cartiii itt ol
Improvements,
Dated tins .'1st day of Decemls-r, I'Mto
J. K. BATK.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate of linjirovements.
MiTICK.
America Mineral Claim, situate in the
Nicola Mining Division of Yale District,
located at Aspen < rrove,
Take notice that I, S. I. Hate, Pree
Miller's Certificate No. B9J4JJ, intend,
sixti davs from date hereof to .tjijilv to
the Mining Recorder lor a Certificate of
Improvements, lor tbe purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further like notice tint action, under section (7, mist lie commenced before the i-.yuai.ie of sueh Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this .list day of Decemtier, 1906.
B. J. BATK.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICK.
Big Dutchman Mineral Claim, situate
in the Nicola Mining division of Yale
District, located at Aspen Grove.
Take notice that I, J. H. Hate, free
Miller's Certificate No. iw.Um, intend
sixty days Irom date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for I Certificate of
Improvements, for the pmrpose of obtaining ii Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section ol, must lie cotniiiciued lie
tore the issuance of such Certificate ol
Improvements.
Dated this 31st day of December, 1906.
J. It. BATK.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate of Impioveinents.
NOTICK.
Canada Mineral Claim, situate in the
Nieola Mining Division of Yale District,
located at Aspen Grove.
Take notice that 1, S. J. Bate, agent
for R. I. Armstrong, l'ree Miner's Certificate No. B9MS6, intend, sixty days
from date hereof, to apply to the '.lining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, lor the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant ol the above claim.
An.l lurther take notice lhat action, under se tion \, nuist lie coalmen ed before the is nance of such certificate of
linjirovements.
Dated this Met day of December, 1906.
S. |. BATS.
MINKRAL ACT.
Certificate ol Improvements.
NOTICK.
Frisco Mineral Claim, situate in the
Nicols Mining Division of Vale District,
located at Aspen Grove.
Take notice that I, j. li. Hate, l'ree
Miner's Certificate No. IW34.U, intend,
sixty days from late hereof, to ipplv to
the .Mining Recorder lor a Certificate of
linjirovements, for the. purpose ol ot>-
taining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take noticethat h tion, under section J7, must lie ominc'ired lie-
fore the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements,
Dated this 31st day of December, 1906.
J. K. BATK.
EB��XT��32��^?��^Z12SECG23
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REAL ESTATE IM S U RA .N G E
IT WILL PAY YOU TO IXVI^THiATK
r
RONIZE
YOUR LOCAL PA
RANCHES Ai TOWN PROPERTY
FOR1 SALE
List Your Property With Me
A WORD TO THE Wlol
Insure Your Live Stock
AGAINST DEATH BY ACCIDENT OR OTHER CAUSES
LOW RATES
CLAIMS MET PROMPTLY
G. M. BRASH, HERAL" BLOCK
OfjBun.jcmir.
THE NICOLA HERLAD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Gives all the news of the Nicola Valley and country
in general.   When you had no local paper you were
all wishing you had one  now that it is here, help it
along and it will help you.
K AND JOB PRINTING
NEW TYPE ! NEW PRESSES !
Let us have your orders for anything in this line
NIfOI A  R f        an(*we will guarantee \ou work as good as the
best ana at fair prices. Tii" n;o��la herald
LOCAL NOTES
What about a Hoard of Trade?
sold by J. A. Scott, tobacconist,  Kamloops.
S. Kirby, of Quilchena, psid s vitit
to Nicola on Monday.
A. Jackson, of Quilchena, wss s visitor to Nicola on Tuesdsy.
We have 26,000 feet of  1x4 and 1x6
tuitable for flooring, ceiling and rustic,
piled under cover. Also a large quantity of other building material on hand.
Send your orders while times are slack
Nicola l'i i tank- Sawmill.
Yesterday was Ash Wednesday, and
marks the beginning of Lent.
James Murchison is able to be at work
sgain alter his recent diness.
STRAYED.
Strayed to R. Gulliford's ranch Aspen
Grove, a cow branded I on side. Owner can have same by paying expenses.
FOR SALE!
CULU WJiATHER
tails your attention to
the fact that you want
Robts and Horse
blankets
and the best place to |M I hem is at
Barwick9*
Harness und daddlery
NICOLA
New Set 3 knee Bobs, suitable for a
A. H. Owen, who has been suffering  r.������r|1 or other |ar((c ^   (^j to
from Is grippe, is now convalescent.      | eUfy lm ��� lm |bg    Prjc(. m
��������������� i   Also  1   Knockabout    Sleigh,    with
W. Riley, who was down last week  Shafts.   Good for two seats or 4 per-,
with pneumonia, is improving and able 80ns'   ��nce tm
<w il4V1   ��
.*-��* <.-��*-�� <"��
lUim��:: I' ���'���:::CRAP.iS
to be up again.
A number from Nicola enjoyed the
hospita'ity of Stanley Kirby st the Quilchena I otel Mondsy night
The coil companies have quite a force
of n en it work on their respective prop-
ert ii s in the Nicola Valley.
Ice cutting to supply the local demand
is being proceeded with this week. The
quality is hardly as good aa that of last
year.
One do. Cutter, for pole or shafts;
comfortably trimmed in green cloth.
Strong md serviceable.   $1(5.
Farm Sleighs, Wagons, Plows, etc.
Carriages���full kinds at
HARDIMAN'S
CANFORD, NICOLA VALLEY.
PI
BERLINER
.AMui'.'.u.;:^
W. Blakemore, editor of that excel
tent periodical, "Ths Week," visited | big"Division of Ysle District will be
KAMLOOPS,  ASHCROFT,  NICOI.A
AND    SIMILKAMEEN    MINING
DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given that all placer
claims legally held in the Kamloops,
Ashcroft, Nicols and Similkameen Mm
VIlTui; iaLKING
maCHI'-E
All the iio-v rccu.ud received IL> iMMIaJil at
SMITH BROS.
Kamlm.pt Vernon
<A c��<# <.H><H'<(KKKKKI
several pointl in the Nicols Valley last
week.
A sleighload of young people drove
op the lake a few miles Tuesday even
ing and spent a few hours very enjoy-
ably ih skating.
F. J. Plannagan and Mrs. Flannagin
left Nicnla on Friday's stage for Spences
Bridge, en route for coast points, where
they will spend some time.
Mrs. Pooley, of the Tameron ranch,
wu visiting at Kamloops this week,
having returned from a visit to eastern
points, and will arrive in Nicola on the
stage this evening.
The painters are busliy engaged putting the finishing touches on the C. P.
R. station, and if favorable weather
continues this week will see the work
entirely completed.
The reports that Nicola would have
a brass band and a gymnasium for next
summer are said to be without foundation in fact. Funny how such fictions
get to be circulated.
Since the announcement that trains
would be running on the new branch
line early in March many Nicola people
are planning for lone, postponed visits
to the coast or elsewhere.
A. Hepburn, who represents Guggenheim interests, accompanied by R. C.
Campbell-Johnston, made a tour through
Nicola Valley last week. He was much
impressed with the possibilities of this
locality.
laid over until the 1st day of May, 1907.
G. C. TimmiA.
Gold Commissioner.
Ksmlqops, Oct 27th, l'JOti.
W.J. KERR
Watchmaker Jeweler
KAMLtMlis, It. 0.
All kinda of  Watiiii-i., trnmAm,ittakt,
etc., kept in Mock,   tt editing pre*
enUnKpecMi').
First claw repairs iimn* mi short notici
aid returned ai once
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public Ac.
(Iltlcial Ailiiiiiil-irmnr
I Ifflce.   ro'imien-ial Mock. ��� 0 of 1'iwt (Mice
KsmluoiM. H. ('.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
HarriMtir,  .Solum* aim   Nuiaiy   I'uMh
Office:   Bsav nf the Canadian Hank of Com
mem. sooth side of Victoria utreet, KanikwpH.
Money lo limn on real rain I. necurily.
M. BEATTM
li jcoantsnt.Coiiitiiiasiou, Insurance
ami Geoeral Anew.
Main Htreet Kamloopa
G, rll'UARD
General
Blacksmith
CARRIE m tm KM
Hnrsr-shMJn- Hone in a
first diss m>��ner, Careful attention ^iwn to this
branch nl the business.
Grand Criitr;il Hotel
9><\
Everything up to date.   Rest cuisine in
town.  Bar supplied with the best wines,
liquors and cigars.   When in Ashcroft
stop at the Grand Central.
GEO. WARD, - PROP.
Chinamen from all over the district
flocked into Nicola the fore part of the
week to assist the Mongolians of this
place in duly celebrating that greatest
of fessive occasions among the brothers
of the almond eye, namely, the Chinese
New Year.
The ice on the lake is in excellent
condition except for a light covering of
the beautiful. With a slight chinook
and subsequent freeze-up the skating
would be ideal, and local hockeyists
then would have an opportunity to get
in trim for capturing the pennant from
Aspen Grove.
BUSINESS' LOCALS.
Horse hay, $16.00 per ton. - R. H.
Winny.      	
Comfort is produced by using good
tobacco and the "Shield Brand" pipe
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date 1 intend rt no-
ply to the Deputy Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to cut and remove timber from the following described land: Commencing at a post marked
"Robert Lvall'sT. L.," located at S.E.
corner of a. Collins' T. L, about one
mile north of Indian Reserve No. 2, in
the Nicola Division of Yale District,and
running W. 80 chains, S. 40 chains, E.
40 chaina, S. 80 chains, E. 40 chains, N. ��� ,
120 chains to point of commencement. n��nh
ROBKRT LVAIX, Locator.
J. E. Siiivkl, Agent.
Dated January 9, 1907.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days
after date I intend to apply to theChief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licence to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lands:
Starting at a post on Godey Creek near
lot 669 ana running 80 chains
south, thence 80 chains east, thence ho
chains north, thence 80 chains west to
point of commencement.
Dated 18th January, 1907.
Job. Graham, Locator.
I PEOPLE'S ST
a*      a*      a*      a*      TO      THE      o*      Jt      J.      *
Electors of Nicola
We have completed stock-taking and
will sell at greatly reduced prices for
cash Prints, Flannelettes, Dress
Goods, Ladies* Underwear, Men's Underwear, Shirts, Boots and Shoes, to
make room for an up-to-date stock of
Spring Goods which will arrive soon.
It Will Interest You!
NOTICE.
Notice I- hereby Klven lhat 10 days after
'l��tf I mlrnil Ul iinply In lhe chief iiumiil- |
-inner of Uii'li- and wnrkn for nerml-ilon to i
inirrh'tHe H situm nt pamiire land, Joining It.
Ilul'iford ar��� oomneminK at It. OuMifnrd-
Nn. Ill -outh ram 0 run ruu"lii|t
)' i InilnH. thrnri' wei-l SO i liuni-
I h.iiiu nm, ih ,1i ciiion-. thenoe i i.m M chaina Ui I
point nf inn inn menl
M. UIU.I.IKOUII
AHprn Drove. Oct 30. IMS
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Stabling In Connection. Telephone Connection
1
The People's Store
A. R. OARRINGTON, - PROPRIETOR
IT PATS  TO  DEAL  WITH  D8
 ��t
BLAIR & CO.
-KEALKR8 IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0.
DRY GOOD8, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL KSTATr- AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents In Nicola for ths
ROYAL, and LONDON * LANCASHIRE FIRB INSURANCE OO.'S
AN OPPORTUNITY THAT OUGHT NOT
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TO BE MISSED.
January Sale
Save 20 Cents on the Dollar on
Mens Winter Underwear Mens Gloves
and Mitts, Mens Winter Caps.
Save 25 Cents on the Dollar on
Mens   Sweaters, Mens   Shirts,   Mens
Hats and Mens Pants.
Save 30 Cents on the Dollar on
Mens   Fancy Vests,   Mens  Clothing,
Mens and Hoys Overcoats.
These are all seasonable goods, things you can
use now, not job lots or shopworn, but the whole
stock in above lilies for you to chose from. Better
secure what you need and do it NOW.
THE RIGHT HOUSE
NICOLA, -        B. 0.

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