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VOL 2-NO 82
GOLDEN,   B. C,      SATURDAY,.   DECEMBER    28, 1907.
PINTSCH SIS   USES
•
Acetyline gas wu u*ed for the Im
time on passenger train* of the Cans
dian Pacific Railway on Monday. On i
number of the train* the change fron
acetylineto Pintach gas has alread>
been made and the necessary alterations
were completed that night.
The use of the discarded illuminant
was favored by many railway men and
it was strenuously maintained by them
that with proper care there wu nothing more to be feared in connection with
its use than any other illuminating
matter. Action wu taken son*, months
aro by the railway commission in connection with the subject, and the order
wu issued that the railway cmpanies
must give up the use of acetyline on all
trains. The management of the rai
waya at once arranged accordingly.
The work hu now been completed and
Plntsceguwillbe used on all tra'is
after this date.'
fews of the
$1.00 PER   YEAR IN ADVANCE
Jit le aet always ***/ to sympaUiia*
"Mh Misty, hifbly Knuiuve persona,
to the oM lady on tbe train. Sue aald
» tbe contactor u be punched ber
ttat, -Ttoodttctor, la M a fact tbat the
mautiv* ta at the rear of the train r
'Flm, madam," the conductor answer
■at "We have a locomotive at euch
I***. B tabs one to push and one to
PBll to get as up thb grade." "Oh,
|dMW, wbat shall I dor moaned the old
My. "I'm always train sick If I ride
tottb my hack to tho b*c*Mmtl*r*.H
English lannaleV.
At CUe time of the
wben there wu a dearth of young bmb
tor elrlllan employmeot, an eatorprta-
tag London pabllean engaged aa e»
esadlngly hamtaeme gtri to taw in Ms
bar. Tbe trinorattoa caused twuldeca
ble eauedoB and much adverse esav
meat, but bis bualneu went a» with
a boaad, and naturally Ms stamps*
wm widely followed. Bars-aids, having met a temporary want, were after
ward r-ewMod aa a ausssNy. and
their ewplo; ment became general.
(to hla yeaag wife, ever-
fend of drees) Tbe drew you have ea
pleases me greatly. I should like always to see you la It, my darUag.
Bride- I will fulflll year wtataaa, I
will havo my portrait painted la tt at
once, sad yea eaa baag Ibe
i Blatter.
The Conor* V Mot-Permit me to la-
form yea, sir, that hi six month* yea
have spent 2LVM7 trance and 46 can*
times. Tbe Ooant-Rcslty* I waarlat
wtoat 1 bought for these 46 ceottaMaf-
■tourtre.
The first Bogfe* haasch of	
».Uon wu tried la 1*52: the in*
from* scttaa of • ghaMar Had la
Province.
The Britannia Mine at the cout hu
completely closed down.
Forty one thouund dollars wu added to Moyie's circulating medium
Wednesday.
Revelstoke ratepayers are to be uk-
ed to indorse the issus of $21,600 in
njw debentures.
The big irrigation scheme costing
$100,000, which will fertilize several
thousand acres of land between Vernon
and Kelowna, will be completed in
April next.
Tbe fact that the natural conditions in
the East Kootenay district are different
to those in other parts of the province,
and that therefore experiments made on
the government experimental farm at
Aggssiz are of little or no value to the
horticulturists of this district, seems to
pi lint out that the Dominion government
should establish a small experimental
sia ion in this district. It hu been
suggested that an economical way of
attaining this end would be to take a
leaf out of the book of the State of
Texu. In that state the government
support a large numb r of small experimental stations in the different
sections and the w y they do ii is this:
They make nnangement wi. ha farmer,
who is a practical man and one who
wi-1 carry out their instructions, to plant
so many acres of his farm in such sized
plots snd with such seed u the department may direct, and to lend the same
such manner a* he may be instructed. The government pays the farm, r
so much and by this muna the experiments i. re carried out in a very econo-
mi al manner.
FASTLR SERVICE NEXT SUMMER,
6. P. R. Will Cit Mtn Tint Oil IU
Long   Trip.
Winnipeg, Dec. 23.-Now that the
winter has definitely set in, the passenger men of the railways are prepar
ing to get ready their rate schedules
for next summer's business. Many
important changes will ensue with respect to the trans-continental service
which wu never before equalled in the
line of the C. P. R., and next year a
service approaching thi* will be givrn
daily. Efforts will r-t made to make
the run to Toronb nsbme hours quicker
than the present schedule calls for.
TheChristmas special* which have been
run for the put two weeki.'&.ve cut
from five toieveri hours off fehe regular
time. And this will likely be kept up
by a new service which will be given
next summer.       ^
•VOTES
V
****
W" ABOLISHED
m*
TIMER IITISB
INSERTED   IN      „.'
THE  (MEN  TIKI
-AT-
$3.00
PER
PARCEL.
All the licensing district* in ths Province with the exception of those for
the cities and municipalities will be
cancelled with the beginning of the y t ar.
The renewals will be in the hands of the
chief of the Provincial police.
The municipalities and cities will not
be affected. They have the use of the
revenue derived from the license* and
thtre i* not th* um* reason for doing
away with the local board*.
The existing board* will deal with the
application* for renewal* which are to
be considered some time this month.
The terms of offico of the present commissioners end December 31.
F. S. Hussey, superintendent of provincial police, by the direction of Mr.
W. J. Bowser, loft on Monday Iut.for
the Kootenay* and Boundary country.
Hewill visit most .if the district* on
that portion of the mainland affected
so that he will be able to grapple with
the question of licence renewals with
an intelligent knowledge of the local
conditions.
Just how far reaching is the meuure
and the extent of country which is
affected can only be realised when the
comparative small number of organized
districts there are in th* Province considered. Among those where license
renewals will in futjire be directly under
the chief of provincial police are the
following: Alberni, Atlin, Comox,
Richmond, Mission City, Port Moody,
Abbotsford, Yale, Cariboo. Lillooet,
North Bend, GOLDEN. Field, Nicola,
Kingsgate, Ymir, Fort. Steele, Cascade
Eholt. Similkameen, most all of the
Kootenay district.
(ntOM Our Own Correspondent.)
Alex. Niel was down to Golden with
a load of beef.
■»•»	
W. Smith, the great turnip raiser, of
McMurdo was in town Sunday, attending Sunday School.
e b »—
Two Mountain lions, belonging to
W. Johnston, broke loose on Monday
evening, after scaring everybody in
the neighborhood, especially Enoch
Cartwright who climbed a tree, they
returned home.
- ♦«♦
Miss Dot Rauch accompanied by' her
i! iter MU*. Ellen, were visiting Mrs.
li Him onThuriday.
■>*»	
If ever you go to Galena
Remember th* hole in the wall,
You ran have a good talk for a
quarter,
and a listen for nothing stall.
<■«» —
Mr. Collins will hold a service in the
School House (Wapta) on Sunday Dee.
29th., at 7 p. m.
It is reported around this district
that a Temperance Lodge will be opened at Wap... very shortly. Several
Ladies and Gentlemen are going to
make a su'-cess.
We hope they won't begin .he Lodge
before the New Year.
—       «»»
A Concert will be held in the School
House on January the 3rd., the funds
will go towards an organ for the Sunday
School.
(Continued on page 3.)
Queen's Hotel.
Centrally located and fitted
with modern conveniences
Cosine unexcelled. Large
Sample room for Commercial traveller*. The Bar
is stocked with the but
Wines, Liquor* and Cigar*
RATES $1.60 TO $5.00   PER  DAY.
J. C. GREENE, P RontiBTOR. S   GOLDF.V   TIME^.
BULBS
FIK  FRANCE "MUNI Ml
' JSPIH
"SEEDS!    TREES!
PLANTS!
Ill Hll PURTUIE
Reliable Varieties at reasonable
price*. Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumpi, Spraying
Material, Cut Flowers, etc. Old
est established nursery on the
mainland of B. C.
CATALOGUE   FREE.
M. J. HENRY
3010   Westminster Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C
■.   i.
A wooden box in which
to mail your watch to us
will bs «ent you freo on
request.
BYRIE BBOS.
. ■ ■      UM1TEP
IS4.I3* YOHOB BT.
TOPONTO    •    OHT.
That Watch,
How  is it?
Perhaps your timepiece
has not been giving; complete satisfaction of lata.
V*. >«h*r cwubllsk-
■•nt ia Canada is so
Well equipped for watch
aesda as is Diamond
Halt, witb its re*.**tlr
enlarged faellltl'ia— .
and Its half century of
experience.
TIMBER NOTICES
INSERTED   IN      *.t
THE 60LDEN  TIMES.
-AT-
$3.00
1       PER
I  PARCEL.
® T O P?' _\
■a* n
THIS
SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFEB
THE
Western Home Monthly
— AND —
THE GOLDEN TIMES
^MSSa—amMMaakTanBLMMaaaaamaaam
The Two for One Year for
The Wohm Home Monthly Ku long bra. tttvypistA a. Hi.
grratMt iBtutAtaJ horn. nugazitie uf Watera Cud. an J i. red br
•vet 15,000 h tan*, treat nootli.
lt conuin. ■ wealth ot tearing fktj». attiaul. loe m-n and
women, able article, on leading subjects, wlile it* one dozen or mute
cbparanenu, under .pedal Btanda.J headiagi, an iulaotjiii and helpful 0 the memberain ever/ hone circle.
Out subscribers are urged to take advantage (thi.
SPECIAL OFFER HOW
ADONCaS ALL ORDERS TB OUR OPTIC*
THE GOLDEN 'HMES.
PUBLISH iUE"IRV   SATURDAY   AT GOLDEN
BY
T. H. Conner,
Subscription price $1 in advance.
Advertising rate* on application.
Correspondence invited on matters of
public interest. Communications
to the Editor must be accompanied
by name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but a* evidence if
good faith. Correspondence should
be brief.
SATURDAY, DECEMBKR , 28 1907.J
A   FIGHTING   GOVERNMENT.
■ ii"i> eee  ~
THE   IDEAL"" CHRISTMAS    GlfcT
FOR   MAN   OR   BOY.
There is no more suitsble or appropriate present than a famous stevens
rifle, shotgun or pistol. These well-
known arms have been on the market
since 1864, are guaranteed in every
way and universally conceded to be
absolutely Ihe best at popular price?.
"Out-of-doors" with a Stevens is tha
finest developer for a growing boy.
Learning to shoot well and acquiring
qualities of relf-*ontrol, decision and
manliness a<e the invariable results of
a Steven* Firearm education,
Propressive Hardware and -porting
Goods Merchants carry Stevens Arms in
stcck and can supply individuals at attractive prices. Insist on Stevens when
purchasi g—there are no substitutes.
These meritorious weapons are manufactured in all sizes, gauges, calibers,
weights, lengths, etc.
I Send five cents in stamp* to the J.
Stevens Arms and Tool Co., Chicopee
Falls, Mn ss,, for 160 page illustrated
catalogue. Embodies detailed description* and furnishes the most complete numbei of Christmas suggestions
in the firearms line. Remember—when
securing your gifts for the merry
Yule-tide season-a Steven* Rifle or
Shotgun make* a man of your boy and
no mollycoddle!
YOU LOOK FOR TROOBLE
If jeu obtsln a Ffrearm of dbubl-
.       fslqn:lllj
Thi experltnced Hunter'* and
Mifkimin'g Mnl
a reliable, vnerrlngSTEVEm
WANTED-Correipondents in   every
portion of this valley to write local
. news and send it to The Golden
Times.
FIND OUT WHY
by thootlnf tur popular
RIFLES-SHOTGUNS
PISTOLS
Aak your local Hardware,
or Sporting Goods Merchant for the STEVENS.
If you ennuot obtain, wo
ship direct, express pre-
prtl.1. upon receipt of Cats-
log; Price. •, ..'. ,
Send 4 cents In stamp* for 140 l'arre
Illustrated Catalog-, Including circulars of latest additions to our Una.
Contains point* on shooting, ammunition, the proper caro of • firearm,
etc., etc Our attractive Ten Color
Lithographed Hanger mailed any.
where for six conts In stamps.
J. STEVENS ARMS * TOOL CO.
P.O. Bos 4097
Chicopee Falls, Sines.,  V. S. A.
, John Houston, entrenched on hi* mineral claim at Prince Rupert, is breathing vengeance against the official* of
the G. T. P., according to advice* from
the north. He claims that the promise
of Senator Cox that he should have a
site, has never been arranged. Hesays:
"If the public don't get a fair deal up
here next spring, count on-old John
turning the burg Into a rough house."
I Houston say* be intends to ihow In his
next issue that the company let tbe contract for grading th* townsite to a
white man, who sublet it to the Japs.
IF the opening days of the session are
any criterion of what the whole will
be the Liberal party is likely to find itself  when  prbrngationjf,comes   even
stronger than it was whsn Parliament
convened.   So much had been heard in
the weeks preceeding the assembling of
the Houses of tie terrific onslaught
which was to be made, of the hail of
criticism   which   was   to batter the
government forces to the ground, that
we looked forward with ovine anticipation lo a battle royal.   Th* opposition
we imagised, had screwed it* courage
up to the sticking point and was about
to lead a spectacular but very forlorn
hope against the enemy.   Of the nut-
come there was  never at any time]
serious doubt but a good fight was some
what confidently expected,   It I as al
ended, however, in the usual fizzle.   T*|
quote the Toronto Telegram, a Conser-"
vative paper,   "The Opposition heavy;
weights at Ottawa.;yesterday looked
like a lot of Gunner Moirs in front of
the Hon. Brusso Fielding."    As we
present the   principal parts of   Mr.
Fielding's great speech in another column today our reader* will be the better
able.to appreciate the point, of the
Telegram'* epigranatic summing up
of the situation;
Apart from those subjects which
specially interest British Columbia the
principal matter* discussed, by [the
ministers who took part in the debate
on the address were Mr. Borden's very
indefinite proposals respecting tariff
changes, the government ownership
plank of hi* platform and this invidious
assumption of the task of purifying
politics. With regard to the latter,
Mr. Fielding had no difficulty in .showing that the Conservative party might
in all humility set'about its own purification before it proposed to sit in judgement on anybody, else. As for the
former, we may leave Mr. Borden to
choose hi* horn of th* dilemma with
which Sir. Wilfred confronted him:
Is the scale of duties he would suggest
to satisfy those member* of his "party '
[Continued on page 8.] THB GOLD!
THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT
FOR MAN OR BOY.
There is ne mor* suitable er appropriate pr«<»nt than a famous stevbns
•ifle, shotoui* Mr PISTOL. Thee* well-
known arm* have been en the market
•Jnc* 1864, *r« guaranteed in every
way and universally conceded to be
absolutely the best at popular prices.
"(.»>■ of-deors" with a Stevens is ths
•nest developer for a greeting boy.
tasarning to ahoot well and acquiring
qualities of eelf-eontvol, decision and
manliness a>* the invariable result* of
a Steven* Firearm education.
Propressivp Hardware and -parting
•oods Merchants carry Stevens Arms in
atcck and can supply individuals at attractive price*. Insist on Stevens whea j
f urchasi g -there are no aubatitutes.
The** meritorious weapons are manufactured in all sizes, gauges, calibers,
weights, lengths, etc.
Rend five cent* in stamps to the J.
Stevens Arms and Tool Co., Chicopee
Falls, Mass,, for ICO page illustrated i
catalogue. Embodies detailed des-j
cripMons and furnishes the most complete number of Chriit'nas suggestions
in th* firearms line. Remember—who
securing your gifts for th* merry
Yule-tide season-a St*v*ns Rift* or
Shotgun make* a man of your boy and
no mollyceddWI
fflht -satiated y«uag *»** **«•»:
"Mr. •rock:***, yea em* hat* aa
Ikes* teat I sere '■•*.* a frequent tatea
•t t*m haa* est ate la** year et
"Tee." replied ta* busy aerr bat* "■
te»t **jro «•• there a aw and •Ji**. I
»***ll»ll.h»r."
"Yoil will IMw J># tvryBr'SwS (l>ri#».'i
W.-'ii I tell )on ttjNt 1 wAat t* ujaso.
reur dauiEliivr."
"I.«.| at* *iitlrtp<i** nny iibJ»»-lV** ••*■*
(Sight hnit. Ur. Nrui ...nan. I t-t et
jood family. Tarn nit dissipated. I *•>*»
• food business and ant *.l*HI>*';»*-«a*j
tM« te support u wir«\   All 1 t»u »**-
"Rut. young in*.'"—
"I c«a bring tMPiiinsjijiia to prove atl
I say.   1 have u«,'or wanted auy utaer
girl, a*«V-
Rut"-
"And amer whalt want *n*> aVi
(Iri.   rrtam tt* fir.I It hit* run • *«•-
•r'-
"Look ber*>. ya.ing mis, let p.* pr!
u. a word. Whfr-S o.t of mj levi
daughter* le It }'<»* wattr-'.'My**;
Trlbiro*.
McMURDO   NOTES.
(Continued from page 1.)
Mr. Ashton of Vermillion Creek, returned to hit home en Sunday'* stage
from Banff.
♦>♦
»*r». W. Barry of Spillimaabane, and
Miss. Selk of Galena, drove down to
Golden. Mis. Barry returned on Sunday, with Miss. Evelyn.
*  »_	
Mrs. E. Hunter, of Kevefotoke eame
up on Sunday w.th Mr. T. Alton to
spend a two weak*' holiday with Mr.
Collin*.
Master Albert Sole* oldest son of Mr.
R. Sola* of Wapta, i* a vary frequent
visitor near tb* School House. Alber;
will hav* to look out ter his pins or the
Revelatek* Hunter will go for hia.
Mr. E. Hunt**   ani   Master  Jack
Collin* were th* guests of E. Cartwright oa Tuesday, where all went out
on th* kill* hunting Link aad Rabbit*.
.<■■■■■    o ,    -       -
Waahingten, Db*. 17 - President
Roosevelt will not be a candidate for a
third term. All doubt on this point
has been dispelled by an authoritative
statement from the White House that
Roo**v»lt atill asserts te the d**!ars
ties of renunciation atade on the sight
of the election three year* ago. Inth*
statement which was issued but night
President Roosevelt says h* ha* not
changed and shall not change the d«-
("'ston d*Iiv«r*d te th* Am*rie*n people
n 1904.
•mti.t  wf 1«.»  -r«-."  ••«•<>.
*>st M Ubs il.n**v*» ,**,. "nng- terasM^f
wm **»i«t. ■ •»*> >. ilietlgMtntRherl r.y
ttasUr Wi ,. <>Jr:». ,i»* *! ni'd'**-**
»r*d It? lit* mts'lij,- -no si'tbeir sji-epeiv.
•lea. Th* pat* »!'•' mnrdera*. In ikn
•thar pens sh*«n> tout* and ge by eaau-
•wnd* te U» tlasgbt'*. »ut the p.*. re-
■'•te. Tbey sas m'»m. t» lead a|Mf
Mlew* to data, an* ttuiy de t*o» -*.ort
• *U, leg they have by riHUrtin Ht «,itlr
nrsngtb, IntoS**v-*<v -r.'l tuety a
gveal laAitttce, *»»•••* ths b*teb*--g ol
tb* ate near wis* •» »lcs^t«r a he*.
et *t**e*j wbjbvJ le paMHid te la* pate
•ad tbey tedlf*r«*tly. ewlaly. awnta
as aaeas tl». aW-a. msIb fWtr ***«V
•ease aad ***♦*-» **•« Uea tebw tbeir
place* tl tbeir fc»*4 sad I*a4 liear
I* Ibe eM*sjUesr Itmom.
Tbe Urtmri Trnttm est Slater!.*.
Tbe dwarf palm, which furahha*
•gnstderable quaMDtltw *f fbar, grew*
h* grost prefuslen I* Alavrla and la one
9f Ihe prlnclpea* nUtaele* t* tbe #e«r-
Ing ef tbe 1**4. ao thickly em* R trow
iwt so dlfleult t* pull up. It* roots, la
■bap* r*m-rj-bai>g rarret*. pea-eg-tt*
late the grtamd »•> •'• «Vpta ef • yard
•t Stare, end tV. IU tn*m efiy V eat
It laraut* out as. a aln>«« hmnaajtat*.
ly. A* It* a*'t*» te4iMrr*. this gmtu Is
vary «taall aad «*• «*»ly attain a eer-
tala MgM w*ea prvteetMl. M to Sbe
Aa*b *<■*>««.**, fee nsn.pl*.
IMlavteirr.
1 SM f*jainrt*l trwuUe* ahe*i ef
yea," *ald tbr jr*fV>y ». »t>* *ctu*UI»*w
tte Un** In KefUtlgb'* paUav
"WUst le tie oawte tberea/f Ml*.***
tb* laaweut ysxitl..
"I aa* * dark weataa,'* eeotlaucd the
dealer la future*, "*•» I* dwwted ia
etOBjaj yea treaUe te ateaey »«****,*
"As I sagiHii." «r-MBet* tbe eilWw
rSMSk.   "Tbat WMherweesaa U goteg
to b*M ay Uond/y ter nana *g*te.
Ob. am Is smT
ti**l Wan.
w*attelb*«Br)
it abaat a rtetnigM.
I* year
ir. be*e kid aa aafta •
•ra.   We war* trying te aa
•aaM Imb eat erf tb* w4aa*w
TIMES.
tte apteariM
tearallBg orcr ta*
•Vrteaer *aa*te ta
tbey
wRb a
behind
S**C   It
aad Maarlee Ami
Tbe vague derxn—lia tbat bed b**a
bauatlag Jeaa baaajte. ae*i*ant Oi*
felt mtsaeed.
"Qaeer teste be baa," ah* observed,
with * euri of bar llg> Tbea te WO*
ber plc/M she *o*4*a*s*. a aptrtt ef 4a*-
tos.
"Oti. iX's pas* btetal  DeVtfel"
HaroM Bttckley, ready to plea** bar
or ponsibly for reaaoa* of hi* own, «a>
twed late the sjsar* nnd pat oa pewer
With great abandon.
Jean was alntrjat deltrloas wHh th*
excitement of s*rtt*t motion. "How Jolly"— Tbea eame a eadaen Jolting and
a desperate adyaatng of brake*. Tbey
bad struck a rwtty plaee la the road.
Before HaroM sated stew ap Jean wa*
almost shaken r>om ber seat Tbe
tm/* tays, oa a level witb tbetr eyes,
blinded them. Tkere was s load report, a scream from Maurice Aoke-
Bey's auto, wbleb they bad graaed te
Stoppint; sad tbey toppled orer Into •
shallow ditch, with aa extra tire baag
tag to one of tbeir wheels.
Jean felt a sharp pain hi ber am m
•be picked aetoaa* up; then the diver-
■ton of what followed made her forget
aeraeif. Tb* blead betrees fellow ed My
ber sereams by aa attack upoa UnroB,
who bad Jut* wtricated htmelf wboto
lain tbeateeb.
"Mr. Bacaley, abki great way to
it" tb* erleeVai ber My> witoa aba
its rttehtry feretsrs accent •'Fbvdatvl
■aa loefc at yoar raadl"
Bat *he wu taataatly nefllted by
Karoir* abjeat aateogla* aad *te>eb
tend* witb bla anite sweetly.
aaarto*, who bad got te work without has of Mae, bad almost toatead
■mttlag oa a aew tire whea Jeaa f*H
•o fatet tbat sbe had to *tt down on
tore graa*. Sbe pate was eeaJng bate
late ber wrtat.
B wa* Just tbea that Maarte* A*Ste
aey happened to Vwk eear bis tibafhte*
He burst oat roagbry to Harotl, wf»
was atltl baw wtta tea l-ettaa, *9**n
yen see tb* gal Is hat*r
Btoapt to ber Irat, bat to • aaaad
ley were all tettdtog ova? bar.   ah*
they
dvm
atos* »Tairsbla>g Hha.
tote wteteyaa war* awayr
--***!* was, a tab frea
"iMked ttaa*    	
dhvahabarha.*'	
■nf a*X^t*4taWm   ta**Va^s**p  VB^BrsFwaa
"Doe* year wife bay bar hraktr
"Toa bet *h* dons!   D* yea tbteh f
woold take a ctteae* aa bavtag a mMS-
lag pta la Oa haaar
■tote* barba Mteral atededr
••Not at all   I
pafctrftcod aan.   at
hta, he will cte |
•"Whafs tea
has ate tartar
»«sst to had aa
•Sk* BtnaVs Man.
faw—'iteahly, Jaha T****r. I j
aaa I *•*•»
a>. W***t-l 0W* tt *,c
m
A   FIGHTING   GOVERNMENT.
(Continued front *-*g* 2.)
who demand a isriff high *s ik-nt?'..
gallows, crtho** who want to *eo it
retluc d lo th: lo.feat jnusibl* lev*'?
Government ownership, when one find*
the highest common factor of Mr. Lor-
den's utterance* on th* subjtc , Le-
cotuei a t ot demand that the Inter-
colonial b>- put ui der a commiEi&kn.
The platform which was paraded ficm
the Atlantic to the Paiiifi., in short, is
reduced to political wr«cksi<e.
'1 hi debate on the rcgfiy lo the address i* over snd with il *ne of tie
moot convenient opportunities afloned
during the section for the Opposition
to show ef what it is made. True, there
.vas no really good reason to expect
a ything but the ineffective courses of
,»i.'Vious years but the tour of Mr. Bor-
dtsii bad somehowcres ted an Impre.sion
;li'iit the party had been galvan: s'tl tn-
•i 'i'.: It would ' bcralf. ;r ior
'Ja,.c.ua had  this been the   cab.
ef tbe tva-tleut
travtted with
Tb* *y«tea of tnayirl, a eeerltr* at
horseback, wa* horroaid frem tbe Pes*
slans, whei, acasnaStog te Zeaopboa, bad
•staMlsbed It usder Cyraa tbe BK>%r.
Ibe Reman adaataHea ef It was th*
btr-t »y*teB of teatsalttlng letters
aanag the aacieat state*.
All i'r.'.g I'ha great Roman road*
hetcac* were cseetod at a ilhstatx* nf
■re or six mile* (roar* each other. At
each of tbeee itatlwu forty herein
worn eaateatly kept; **A by tba belp
ef relay* tt pa* *aa*t to travel a hut-
•ted aaa a a day.
Tbea anwtot* waa tatended for tt.
■tot* only*, It beta** tata^t*4*-** to ae-
•ar* tee rapid atoadaaa* ef efllcUl
eaaaaateathaa. te tn* time ef Jalhw
Cbtoaar tbe ***ftote was *e veil or-
(■atoed that af tww.Wter* aba grent
eoteler wrote aan Rritela te Cleem at
Rjtae the eea i*eaened It* eartrDattna
ta tweaty-ax aad tea ether te twm-
iT-oexM days.
PHrute etttoens had te toast te 11a
sa-rleea ef tens, aad It I* net witti
fbe ead of the third eeatory that we
bear ef the eatabliteaiat *f a p*»tal
■yttom ter artvate ptiraon* by tbe Ens-
•Mvor Dteetottea, bte haw kac fhti
Tbe aaaty af baaa sal ttalr mala-
teaaaee waa **aarateary, and *ary the
Mm l*l*ti H«:tr««4 rani*.
A e*Mt> tt euHilu.'tor em a l^e* As*
mem raata told « rrportrr of l.ie 13c.
teaaa***tea Inn thai hi* grt.jdfath.i
aasahntd *"■»« white was wectod
*M a pa**, m a daiMe *t«ek .aRread
te Inteusl a th* *•?*•-« fust "w.iea twv.
•tain* a*s« ber* ilsef Wtrat mtsau- to "
aeutettt rjati t%«* .ivr paaaai eaea 3
TilE   G-LlwN   TIMES.
AT THE CHURCHES.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH-
R*v. Father Coc. 1'a, 0. M. I
Pa*t*r. S*r*ic*a *v*ry **cond Sunday
in each month. Mas* 10 a. m,, Benediction 7:80 p.m. Sunday school evrey
Sunday at 2 p.m.
ST. PAULS ANGLICAN-Rev. -C.
F. Yate* Vicar. Mattin* 11 a.m.
Evensong 7:30 p.m. every Sunday.
Sunday School 2:30 p.m.
sT^RACE METHODIST CHURCH-
Rev. F. L. Carpenter Pastor.
Service* every Sunday 11a.m. and7:3'
p.m. Sabbath School 2:30 p.m Prayei
 *"■» Wednesday at 8 p.m.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. W. L. MacRae, Pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday 11 •a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Prayer
Moating every Wednesday 8 p. m
NIlS THE TIE TO
SET YOUR SUIT
Having bought the entire stock
of Tweeds and Suitings of the
late J. C. Tom & Co., I am prepared, at my own price, to quote
prices that will surprise you.
All of these peices are new, in
fact many of them had never
been marked. Coma in while
stock is complete. Everything
goes regardless of cost.
Local&General
"Billy" is driving the colti.
S»m Bio vn, and Dan Kimpton came
down from the Shining Beauty Mine
Sunday.
Mrs. J. Gould, <f Rev.-lstoke, in
spending her Christmas holidays with
her parents.
W. H. Ji-hnston, and wif« were in
town this week.
A. C. Hamilton returned Tuesday,
from a business trip to Calgary.
J.L. Trotter, of Vancouver, representing Brown Bros Nurseries, was in the
city, Tuesday.
The Christmaa number of the Western Home Monthly, just out, contains
eighty-four pages of Christmas stories,
Christmas pastime*, ideas on how. to
make useful homemade Christmas gifts,
the whole beautifully illustrated and
encased in a handsome Christinas cover
in colors.
We desire to call the attention of our
readers to the fact that we have clubbing arrangements with the Wester 1
HomeMontly. Those of our subscribers
who send in their subscriptions for the
two papers now will receive a copy of
the Western Heme Monthly Christmas
Number.
Tue  Store  with,
the Reputation
Full Vn ue for y0-
M.nty
I Mathieson,
THE T«.
CHIN   BOW
- BAKERY-
DEALER IN
Fresh Fruits;
Confectionery,
Tobaccos and Cigars.
Meal* at all Hours,   Just received s
•hipmant of Okanagan Apples.
————o	
WANTED-Correapond*nta in every
portion of thi* vall*y to write local
new* and send it te Th* Golden
Time*.
I.*-.*.-*-.*. .*—nasJ—*—*'--*—*—*—*-
*•**•*•*    »,    fj    *>
GO   TO
H. C. Tom
FOR FRUsk FRUIT
'   '. CONFECTIONERY
TOBACCOS and CIGARS.
i"i"t"t"t"t"t"i"t"i"ir
The Big Store
WINTER IS HERE.   If
S   Yi.ur will want warm dry feet.
We have' just received a large coi;-
signment of
Rubbers and Overshoes*
We can offer Splendid values
In'all lines of MENS, WOMENS and
CHILDRENS Footwear.
H G Parson, Limited
m
They're li.ippy* in the kitchen
£'.:ice :i»yiHi came tp stay,
'1% chef and his assistant*
.; 11;u;c learned the Bstvrll war,
Of iunking Soups and Sauces-—
Delicious Bouillon, too;
. That's why the^work it easy,
And they're so quickly through.
B0VRIL
Is the most useful and convenient assistant to the
cook In preparing rich and dellclously flavoured
soups, gravies, entrees, etc. One teaspoonfu! to a pint
of soup produces a marvellous Improvement In flavor,
strength and appearance
04W.Jtgi?;gf- grraa*^ ». JBfcfe '"Z^IZT?
W.L Houston
MACHINE SHOP,  SASH & DOOR
FACTORY
UNDERTAKER'S SUPPLIES
ENGINE AND BOILER REPAIRING
A
SPECIALTY
GOLDEN,     -     -     -     - B.C.
SCHOOL  REPORT
Pupils making complete.attendance
during the month of November:—
' DIV. I
Emilie Shaw, James Henderson,
Garnet Avery, Courtland Dainard,
Gladys Walton, Gordon Parson, Hazel
Sheirlock, Olga Sheirlock, Minnia
Connor. >• i-
DIV. II
Charles Adams, Katie Conner, Geo.
Henderson, Ruth Kenny, Florence
Lawrence, Bessie Nattrass, Francis
MacCormack, Maud Maxville.
DIV. Ill
Sybil Nattr:ss, Clara Avery, Lawrence Good, Wilfred Good, Jack Henderson, Myrtle Hollingsworth, Mattie
Holt, Albert Johnston, Helen Maxville,
Edith Maxville, Telesphore Mercier.
Helen Mercier, Beatrice Peters, Ferol
Paters, Allan Underhill, Harold Underbill, Olive Tennant, Billy Sanborn.
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