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McMUJtDCb  BRfEflES.
FR6j1b! OUR Owl*''
__(S_____
Another, dance took plao*;in this district on Saturday last at the residence
of T.R. Haddon. It wo* got upon very
short notice, there • were quite a number present and a pleasant time was
during these pug tttonbtj
talon* * much  totalis ... ,.—R
their friend* together and amanding a
y   .Ur..  few hours dancing, Etc., wa don't be-
V (*%'   lieve in going to roost and leaving our
%*'   . fiiendsto entertain themselves.   You
bet* not*,   -.-
.  -(Jack Wilson v.ho is tie. making.,at
Mount Peasant, drove down on Mon-,
day t* his home' at the Sunny Slope 1
R-.il ch, and wasaccompaniedbyMert-n
Dofan'itMount" Pleas.ant.Farm.
Colin Cameron, of Winde.mere and
Hugh MeDo:(*ld of Aih'alnier stayed for
lunch at the Temperance Hotel, Nelson
Creek, on Tuesday on their way home
,f.rc.taGolden..:..,;,::„. ;
Mely^l*  Mcintosh drove  dOwj^.to
mgse&%.. ,■ I
Mr. Collar*..* taking out logs for hip
new hou * at ^f.*d jt^iMk, wiA^t**
assistant* of his young colleague, Mr.
Wm. Smith.
Wm«:'jfol»r.aton and wf vqgsjn ar*
busy hnuling slough hay thL week.
.   «***CC'
 .._   » to Baflff,
»f his health.
»   Tr.inman'i Jafrdn
an- 2», in the C, P.p..
ihestra will be ' taught j
toMiet'^ssaW.'') \:
R. Hotel at. Field hair(njj-
the swvic^ ghWaj
SPEECH FUI TIIE THRONE*
iss 4lii Natal
(avirnnM^
tables.    T.,
t *.r
......—nn..vv ..ubi, ui. wnue
waiter* e^^kuch  betta? *s«fsfactiOn
than theyelkw ones,.«s -they, under
Tin
I
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l   E*$MrT! WOUTAXATIW.
For a period of  Ten  yearsfceiwajn
|%- Whose
Has   Been
Authorized.
the
toKlruCUOB:^
■ce of skilW'.whlti rneV ' [n n***t>*»ir you again at theopwhnE
* i.M«      m .  _.. of another Smnn-.  tn -iiSiM   •*
—•»-» — -6«m w, ui* opening
-e manage-1£ a^°!er Session' ■* » my privilege to
*» atates .that'the white „L, „  * c° Wl«te you orr.thepros-
wmte peniy which, duri.g the past yfir*has
stsn*  |^|^nte'rftHeJfc'l*Krmuc^ Commission of
nettertb^itj|e cetesti^^ jW«ntmentef which you"«u&oirized
■ ." «y*"i "*" ,uue-ii
betterth|«ttb> celestial* iwd^aiso..are
much mejiiaiiitterttive., "~"
E.J.
. *.,:..' ""*■"* ui« past year, has
prevailed in nearly.«, line,*of|nde
and industry. ^   '
The Commission of Irrigation, the
    -..»... jruu «uuionzeet
last session, has entered on its duties,
and its report   and i ecommendations
i aim lie report   and i ecommendations
inant-of Golden was In"the■wiH be-submitted to you.   |pi"accord-
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HUGE CARIBOU HERO MOVING
Untcfd   Numbers  Now  Passing   8ver
(Hirer 109 Miles From Dawson.
Dawson, Jan. 24 -The gressest herd
ef Caribou ever reported in the Yukon
is now moving southward across the
heai of Sixty-Mile river, 100 miles west
of Dawson. The herd has be**; crosE-
ing|th«rj ff-r nearly 100 days. It is
estimated   thi t 100,000 caribou   have
- v    .    . .* -     >'     '  \    'It     ■   "■
crossed ihere already.   No end to the
mammo h procession is in sight.   There
may be 250.C03 or  several times fitst
number, in th>» groat moving herd,.„v..,
Government explorers in the Hudson
Bay barren lands, including Joseph B.
Tyrrell iftologist, reported fro* l.OOOr
000 to 2,000,000 sesn ther during a apace
often days o: ly a few years ago.   The
present herd is coming from, the head
of the Tanana Valley. .
■   "   ♦»»
New importation of "Kant   Klog"
city VVedaa-day, o > business.
Miss. L. Conner, left for Golden,
Friday 5>V   "■"■    '
Walter Dainard of Golden has the
contract to build the new gaol.
Mrs. F. Mounders, left this week for
Vancouver, on a visit to friends.
-.'-•'. 'I,' V - » v- • ~
We a:e pleased .to hear that Mrs.
Wycoffeis improving rapidly from her
seriouV illness.
'Bob" Murdock,   left Friday on
business trip to the coast.
HAZBLTON EXCITED AT BIG GOLD STRIKE
Hazelton, B.,g., J«n -24-Tbera- i*
graet excitemen|; here over a strike on
the'Inganica and Fintey rivers: A large
party of prtspeitbrs left Mond*/ jjpj;
the hew diggings, and more are fli t*n*>
out. -Two of the discovers are atlii
i  s.       ,x   V,   —      ' "•   *•* «ccora
I abce witn the'recommendations, legis
I lat.on will be introduce to secure a
more equitable.and efficient system of
distribution os water sor irrigation nur-
POS-S. . r
The large increase in immigrai on,
with the consequent demand for land
under pre-emption, warrants my Government is asking you toplace a larger
sum in the Eitimat s for an extension
of the Provincial Survey*.
A measure will be laid before you
Withaviawta.iherreatription of the
Imiiigration of undesir.iblepersons.
With the rim of encouraging and ex-
peditiig railway construction, it is proposed to exempt from taxation, for a
period of fen years from time of completion, certain railways already author-
zed,   Todothis you will De ^j.^ to
pasi an Act empowering the Govern-
menttoggraat such exemption*.
P In accordance with your recommend-
ati n that a wpresentoiive of the Government should be sent to London to
Uay before the Imperwl Government
L*he fact that the refusal of the Federal
' th.it the finances of the Province are in
, an excellent condition. This has enabled my Government to effect a large reduction in the public debt, while still
able to show a substantial surplus over
the actual expenditure.
Measures wiir be submitted to you
designed to secure to the Province the
full benefits that Should accure to, tho
Treasury from the utilization of its resources; •
The Public Accounts for the past
financial year, and the Estimates for
the ensuing similar period, will be laid
before you. The estimate* have been
framed with due regard to economy
while providing f pr the outlay necessary
to meet the requirements of the public
service in • Province the scene of important industrial development.
On account of the increase in the
demands for public works and buildings
and the development taking place In
the northern ports of che Province, it
is deemed advisable to create the office
of Minister of Public Works, and you
3 ill be a ked to approve of an amendment to the Co stitution Act to effect
that.
I now commend these various measures to your attention, believing that
theiradoption will ee to the advantage
of the Province And the welfare ot ihe
people.
_i ♦v*  '
Cone Heme Either.
those Who left.   They have be^ inSff * ^ ^.^ r'fuSa!of the Feder»
/ IM.™ oeen.inMMCovernment to entertain British Col
^ear* and eame outcaly for an oatft*J"~" '-'- '- - '        •
As far aKcan be learned, the prospects
are of the best. TJie gold brought out
by themis very coarie, and the diggings are said to be shallow. All the
old-timers seem to have faith in the re-
Jlorta and are preparing to depart for
the new gold fields.
■f*f*>'l    '   "
Prm
tn
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mm nfp0RT
umbia's claim for mbre adequ.te and
aquitoble treatment in the matter of
Provincial subsidies the Honorable, the
Tirst Ministw was assigned to undertake the duty,   and his report of his
fission and its results will be laid before you.
i * In order to secure a more efficient
1 servipg iii the conduct of the public
-business, it has been thought desirable
[to regulate the Civil Services, and a
pleasure for affecting that*nd creating
.i >•■].'*.. Supcrayination  Fund will be sub-
r _.....   »•       iUlll     JVlOg"
spray pumps now In' *»ock, new crop
Clovers and Timothy, fresh garden seeds
arriving n Miiff. direct from my
g'jwers in Jraro1*e and Pacific coast.
Lex Brand Lime Sulphur sprays, best
in the market. — Henry' i Nurseries,
S**d Hou* ■ and Green House*, V*r.. „^j. . mi
cuver, B. '*!;"''W' ^'^^^^^''i^uim
The Cur!e« are
( algary, today.
• xpected home from
Govarnmant Office.
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The foilowing is th* regf.ter of W ^2?u f°r-y°U!' T^"'"
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Govarnmant Office:        .,      ,,     ...   themselves inthAite.nA JuE?   .
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ReadttaTime* thepo^^jvith^go/iua}^*1 y**1" 'rom Ju,y to APril-
.-.        .,^..^ I am pleased to be able to
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• i «n ittttBtS'
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themselves in the arts and sciences, an
fAct toestablisha Provincial Un'veraity
**>ill be introduced during the session.
g F®f«J* more convenient prosecution
pi public •iJ'brks undersppropriations by
. fheLegUlature, and with th*obj*ct of
securing uniformii y between the Federal
•end Provincial systems in the method
*t accounting and the collection of
statistics, it is deemed advisable to
*t *?!iant[Q the i ommencementof the finan-
I rIs\i v..r- f l-ft.Yl Julv fn  A n.,'l '
inform you
Father, dear father come home with
me now,
For mother is out to the club.
You said you were coming right home
from your work
To get the dear children some grub.
The cook has gone out-her club also
meets—
The junitor's gone on a spree,
And brother Benrue has swallowed a
nail nt "id
And no one to kept him but me.
Father, dear father come home with
me now, . i
There's scrubbing end sweeping to do,
While mother is solving the problems
of state
The children are crying for you.
The socks must be darned, the patches
tacked on,
The bed* must be turned back to air,
And mother's shirtwaist must be ironed
tonight
Or she will have nothing to wear.
Father, dear father come home with
me now,
It's lonely-without any man;
And mother will grieve when she come*
from the club
If things are not spick and span.
Don't swear, dear papa; it isn't polite;
The children h hearing might be,
So let business slide, for dear mother,
you know,
May br'ng home a few friend* to tea.
W. R. Inman, eye specialist of Vancouver, was in town this week, giving
some people an eye opener.
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Try the Times for Job Printing.
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THE  TIMES,   GOLDEN,   B.   C.,  JANUARY,    25.   MOB.
THE  GOLDEN  TIMES.
PUBLISHED «VBBY MTURDAY AFTEUOON
AT GOLDEN.
BY
TIMES PRINTING k PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
•'•^"riptleii Brie, |x in advance,
A*wrtWiit rata* en appWcatton.
^"^Peadtaea lnvlt*d *n mattata •*
public intereat Commanlcation*
to th* Editor mutt be a*ee»pw»«*
h/ nam* of writer, not nacaaMri-i*
-'•rpubHcation.bttt «erWh*es <>•
*"* '•■•*. Co»aapwde*Ka ihould
** •Hat.
SATURDAY, JANUARY, 211108.
IRHI FUSE.
BY FAR the mont iateraating  paragraph  in the  speech  from 'the
Ihrone i* that  which  read*,      "A I
measure will be luid before  you with j
a view to Ihe restriction of tha immigration of undesirable persona."   We
suggeated some days ago the possibility
that the Government would place in tbe
mouth of Hia Honor soma such word*
a* these but w* pointed out at th*snm*
time that  even Mr.  McBride would
•canely have the hardihood to insult
the common**ns* of thj country so
greatly.   It is easy to ■•• what had
happened. Both Premier and Lieutenant
Governor have seen that they mode a
mistake last year and rath*r than give
up office they art prepared to etultify
themselve* to nny extent   required.
F. * since Mr. Dunsmuir has consented
to say that an immigration bill will be
freee .ted he muat hava consented to
aignth* next on* that is brought before him; and ainca Mr.   McBride hu
decided to bring down another immigration bill he muat have reached the
conclusion that it waa within his pow*r
to have such a bill sign*d-f or even Mr
Dunsmuir and Mr. McBride will hardly
go through the fare* of "referring"
again.  It will not escape th* public,
he waver that Mr, Dunamuir'a conversion
did not occur until th* Dominion government had taken such action a* to make
it a matter of personal indifference to
him whether .the  province possed an
iir mi -ration law or not, add that Mr.
McBride'* realization of his raaponaibili-
lies happened after th* f*d*r»l authorities had acted in responaa to a demand
'•om British Columbia   which cam*
t rough othor channel* than tho*   of
t: e local logfslature.   Now that it do**
n*t matter whether he fight* or not
Mr. McBride hu grown very valiant,
bu'. it will not bo soon forgotten that
when it did matter the  Premier, instead of resisting the pretension* of the
representative of the crown, was engaged in a delightful but abortive expedition to the foot of the throne.
STOP!
THIS
SPECIAL CLUBBING OFPBB
TBI
Western Home Monthly
Attn—
HE GOLDEN TIMES*
The Twa for One Year lor
$i -
U«W»WiHl.Mo*M/lu.Uth« inJ«.*»
■/mil JaihMd bm. «w»iim it V^mn CaaUa w) i. met hr
.mt5.00t>l..ihi..>i>—tV.
it CBilii..« win at ImJ-hi ida*. aitm.lt tn. «■»■ «d
nam.t^JakwSa^o.lmoat^atit^^^wi.umaaa).Aamotmvtt
Bli|i>rs»i^M<>ei.»t*Mfto<tMi<ip,.wiilw<hi««Blij>aV.
M .ihewmJkennuairUmmtmAe.
Of aBajsili see **j*l * ah nbmm (ai.
snaei ome how
«••**•• ••.*. *••!** to ewe struct
For   Sale
A few Cords of flrst elate dry Wood
-AT-
$5.00
PER COBD.
SBND IN YOUR ORDER8 NOWI
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IM OAtt* OR PlltsO-AT
MOUNTAIN ON •MOftC
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A OttlMU FI'UM: tk* onl-A.**- «•» lm
ki*****lHfK**Mrai*>fii1yy«M*.
IW Un: Wm. HITCH, tM0T8Ull\
MFUTUENOrUne.
Ash jr«BBr D**I*e, m4 laatet •» th*
stbtsxs. Vkmnn mm by iu-
t*'l*B**s **• Alf> tftCBM*. **"*£*"**
__. upem r*»lp, •( CMttttsg t
Before the Government can d* ver? i hornwaita   proposes to critidz* Hi*
much with it* bill to restrict immigration, howeves, it muat «-xpL>in what
became of but year'* measur*.   And-
herewethirk thatMr.J.H. H.wUornth-
waitei* hunting th* wrong tiger.   We
have given utterance on more than one
occasion and in pretty plain termo to</one for the pablic
lour opinion ef Mr. Dunsmuir ahou'd be
Honor and It will be th* duty of His
Honor'* government  to defend him.
;■•:« asfisir»^ i ■ ■ '  •• "'•
Thi* the minUtry c*n do onhTb/acispt-
mg, wbatnever should have been refused for one moment, fullre»poi*ibiUty
far ell that the Lieat:nant.Governorhas
apacity.
removed from office, net becra ie h*
rejeoted ihe Bowse*'Bill but because be
is not in accordance with the fltaea* af
thing* that th* man whose name ia at
tha foot of a Canada Nippon Company'*
contract should bt th* representative
of His Majesty in Britwh Columbia.
It is true that thi-re is an account to
settle in respect of the Bowser Bill, but
it must be aettl d with Mr. McBride
and not with Mr. Dunsmuir. It la to
the former'* hands, not tha latter'*
i hat th* liberties of the peoplo ha* been
•iitru»t> d, and it is th* former and not
the latter wh. hu baitrayed th«m.
Tho purpose |of the Bowser Bill, important a* it was, sinks into insignificance besides tha luireider of cen-
■titutional right* of which Vr. McBride hu lieen guilty.
Wrong in form, however, u wa consider Mr. Hawthomt'.waite'arwolution
it may have th* effect of forcing Mr.
McBride to assume tber**poasibilityof
which h* would fain dlvut himself. It
i* th* salutary rule of th* Legislative
Auembly that the nam* of tha
Lieutenant-Governor shall never be
mentioned within theJHouse, except ,'n
term* of greatest respect.   Mr. Haw
af tho oaetsM
traveled with
Waa borrowed freea tho Par-
te Etoopboa, hod
tt under Cyra* the Biter.
Jtoasa* adaptation of tt was tha
of trsmmlttlag letter*
the ancient state*.
•long the gnat Roman reads
werb. erected at a dtttaace *t
iv* er Mr mil** from each other. At
each of thaa* station* forty bene*
wen ccaataatfy kept, a«4 by tho h*tj
eg silays tt wseeasr tp travel a beak
■itw la a day.
Mrvlce* ware tatcaded far sV.
ealy. It being Impaaattr* ta (•>
•h* nptd lai*Khast* *V,
fa tbe thee*
■bat af twa letters th*
-mMtafatoi
9. SYSTEMS AMU • TOOL CO.
"   _*Y* •*w* ***T
CHIN  BOW
-BAKBRY-
DEALERIN <
••..-...   Fresh Fruits,
Confectionery,
Tobacco-and Cigar*.
'..    .1        :, :.-;..'■ i
Mtale at all Hour*,. Jus    received
•Mp-aant of Okanogan Applt*.
Feed for Sal
A
I have choice upland
prairie hayand Timothy
also
Oata, Wheat
Feed
to offer in car load lots.
Delivered prices   given
ADDRESS
0. D-
HOFFMAN
CALGARY, Alt*.
m
WAMYED-Corre*pond*nt* in every
portion of thi* vattey to write local
a*w* snd send it to Th* Golden
Timu. a—m
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THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN,   B.
JANUARY,
1008.
f PROVINCIAL NKYVS.J
J. T. Robinson   has   been   elect- d
mayor of Kamloops.
The new buildings, at the anti-tuber-
colosis Sant- rium, at Tranquille, wi.l
cost $75,000.
This year the Southern Okanagan
Land Co., will plant 400 acres of land
with some 40,000 fruit trees".    *
A branch of the B. 0. Timber and
Forestry Chamber of Commerce has
been organ zed in Revelstok*.
The Provincial Government has under
consideration the question of supplying
th« public schools of the province with
the national ensign.     .    ..
Nearly 10,000 ecrei of land in the
Kootenay river valley,'near Baynei
lake, will be put. under irrigation and
thrown on the tr.erk.jt by Spokane men
in the near future.
A branch of. the Canadian Institute
of Mining Engineers waa organized at
Nelson on Wednesday for British Columbia and the West. A. B. W. Hoc-
ges of the Granby smelter was elected
president, and K. Jacobs of the Victoria Mining Record, secretary.
Tha South Vunccuyer School Hoard
hav<* -passed.' a resolution expressing
surprise that the Council of Public
Education have no intention of taking
any notice of the resolution of tho
School Trustees of%.£• to-huve the
Canadianeha'gn-f*ti->'r-tho schools of
thb province"-8nd protecting against any
other flag being used for the purpose.
The bounty o i panthers and wolve*
has been incrtossd by the Provinci 1
Government from $7/50 to $16.00.
The action has be«jn taken after the
Provincial Governmsnt has investigated the representations made to them by
the sporting interests of Vancouver
Island ittd the mainland, asking th«t
some such aciion s'tould be adopted,
Hon. Dr. Young has had conditions
generally looked into and finds that
through Vancouver Island especially
the young deer and young grouse have
•uffered severely from the deprecations
of panthers anfl wolves. Hence Ihe decision of ths Gi/vurfi:rent.
Upon the mainland ths same cm-
ditions exist, though there it is
aggravated by the presence of coyotes.
'Jh>- bounty upon the latter is $2.50 a
head. The latter were not known in
British Columbia until the overland
route to Cariboo vyas established, when
they trailed the different parties, feeding upon dead animals and camp offal.
Th-y found their w^ay into British Columbia in tlu-it manner, and have grown
with the years a; (I multiplied until they
constitute arealfo.e to the game.
Th- Provincial Government believes
hat with the increased bounty hunter,
will go after the panthers and wolvec
- speci.lly. The skin* generally re
worth from 53,00 to $5.03, and with the
bounty, hunting them should be profitable.        --.     -
itfiy/ importation of  "Kant   Klog"
spray pump3 now in s'ock,   nVw crop
Clovers and Timothy, fresh garden seeds
. arriving every day,  direct from my
growers in Europe and Pacific coast,
lies Brand Lime Sulphur sprays, bust
in the market. - Henry'i  Nurseries,
Seed Hous s and Green Houses, -Vancouver, B. C.
•ilrhe^r^rti4nrh-^ir^o^,^fi,^^.^f,
I NOTES ON SPOBT. f
|.<4»ifi«|.^'J,4|<«|jiv i^/i|'--4»*|*»|'
Chas. Hacbenschmidt, of Iowa, defeated AH Manogoff, tho " erriije
i'urk," in two s'traight jails., before a
arge crowd, «t the^Olympic Athletic
lub, Grand,,Rapids, ,Mich. Hacken-
schmidt secured the first, fall in 13
minutes, and the second in 27 minutes.
Both were thtvresult of crotch hold and
half Nelson;   •
Tom Longboat has stf.rted training
for the Olympic games, and will be kept
hard at work until March. T. C.
Flanagan, the president of the I.C.A.C
Montreal, states that it is his intention
Wtake'fjcijgboat to Greece and let him
run oven, the Marathon road before the
games iii England, in order to demonstrate to fhe world thot Longboat is the
greatest runner in existence.  '
The latest Australia i sporting papers
to handbring the news of a new swimming recoru a...- 50 yards. The performer was Aleck Wickham, the crack
South Sea, Islander, who Ib expected to
do great things at all distances up to'a
furlong this ye*".
At the Rushcuttera Bay bath hi swam
tie half century :n 24 3-5 seconds^ and
not only is this a record for Anstralia,
but it is the top notch mark for all the
world. The'pievious accepted record
was 25 seconds. Tliere is a report that
Wickham will be in England' for the
Olympic games, where he expects ' to
have a crack at the 100 yds and other
distances.
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Up till last night we have not'' yet
received any word from Calgary, ».s the
result of the Golden Curlers, oniy that
Warren was defeuten in the Consolation
by 10-6. .  .-!■
The following is taken from the
Calgary Hem Id:
JOLUEST OF THE JOLLY
The city is unusually jolly this weak,
visitors from outside point s seeming to
be enjoying themselves to the limit.
Among the devotees of the roaring
game tne Golden, B.C., contingent" is
well to the fore. They are^ voted by
ail to be the joliiest ot the jolly. Capt.
Armstrong, the commodore of the Columbian fleet oi steamers, and Iir.
iiulman, mining recorder for southeast
Kootenay, have very wisely persuadod
che.r wives to join them, a feature that
other curlers sh.-uld remember when
visiting Calgary ext year. The ladies
of the party together with Capt. Armstrong, were shown over the city in
one of the comfortable cars of die
Wc tern Automobile company this
morning and were loud in their pi aises
of ihe remarkable progress Calgary has
made during the last fe -v years. They
enjoyed the two hours' ride very much
indeed, visiting the manufacturing diB-
:rict» and wholesale houses; and were
Am mu. h intereeted in the magnitude
1 the tandard Soap works, tho oiscn t
f*c or/ iinuUmbig i-eraid pant, Mr.
u-.civiu.an kindly explaining ihewonuer-
r'ai auton.a ie machines and appliancee
wnich attract so much attention and
s:em marvels of iingenuity to all \ isitors
to the great Calgary brewery.
The Banff Bonspiel will be held on
Feb. 13,44,15 '08. In addition to curling the managementhoret i add to ihe
pleasure of the visitors, sk.uing, swimming, tobogganing, tnd Ice boating.
Reduced rates have been arra: ged and
it promises to bo agent success.
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FRANCE   HSLLfiKD  HN9
mi
SEEDS!    TBI'
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
'--'ab'.e' varieties at reasonable
prices. Fertilizers, Bee Sup-
lies,' Spray Pumps, Spraying
Material, Cut Flowers, etc. Old
est established nursery on the
mainland of B. C.
CATALOGUE FREE.
3010   Westminster Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C
mtmmMmammBtTEam m
Z5/?e
Queen's
Centrally located and fitted
with modern conveniences-
. . Cosine unexcelled. Large
Sample room for Commercial travellers. The Bar
is stocked with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
RATES $1.50 TO $5.00   PER  DAY.
J.   C.  GREENE, P ROPRIETOR.
WELL   DRILLS.
For Oil, and Wat*r Wells; latest
LOOMIS DRILL CO., Tiffin, Ohio..
NOW IS THE TIME TO
GET m 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 nurk.-d. Como in while
stock is complete. Everything
goes rec»rdless of cost.
i Mathieson,
THK   TA-LOit-
W.L. licuSfon.
MACHINE SHOP,      SA&H&DOOR
FACTORY
UNDERTAKER'S SUPPLIES
SNGINE AND BOILER REPAIRING
A
SPECIALTY
GOLDEN.      -      -      -      -   B. C.
j  H-HNHH^-Hi"*^*  *
GO   TO
H. C, Tom
FOR FRESH FRUIT
CONFECTIONERY
TOBACCOS and CIGARS.
«H*i^4-H*4***H*f
Wanied.
To sell the Golden Times every
Saturday, For further particulars
Apply at the Office of (he
Oolden Times
PRINTING
-FOR-
Business
Houses^
THE GOLDEN TIMES, offer th,
I Be^t Service in Plant, Stock and
Workmanship that the most exacting,
could require.
Why Send Orders East?
When lonil printers make a standing
offer to furnish Commercial Printing
at the prices now paid to offices in the
East.
Tho Bills Are Paid
by Golden citizens, but the stationery
on which they are rendered is printed
in the east,
Why not make new customers at
home by having; your printing done
here?
TfiP ""iDPI Turc PRINTERS &
IIIL   li.LlJUij   l.«W,puBLISHERS f
Z/
■HE   TtMES,   GOLDEN.   D   C,   JANUARY,   23.    mi.
Town <SL
District.
THE   WEEKS    DOINGS   IN AND
ABOUT TilE  CITY.
R.R FrJce of Wilmer was in town
this week, on business.
Constable Tennant paid Field a business visit, Wednesday.
J. Lemontagne, left Sunday, on a
business trip to Calgary.
 o	
Capt. Blacklock, who has been on a
business trip to the coast, returned to
Golden, yesterday.
 ,. .   ..
Messrs. Fred A. Mitchell of [Brisco,
and Bert Ashton cf Vermillion Creek
came down on last nights' stage, and
(eave today for Banff.
 o
"tlob" Milligan was in town for a
load of freight, Wednesday.
The C. P. R., are putting in a cement
nail along the Kicking Horse, about
two miles from here, the work is being
done by McDonnal & Gowski. They
expect to complete the job by the end
of next month.
"Bill Miner" who escaped from the
New Westminster penitentiary last.
August, is reported to have spent twe
weeks around Donald, but it is dollar
to doughnuts that old Bill is not within
two hundred miles of that place now.
Wejdesire to call at.eritiiii to ou
readers to the fact that we are now
offerin: the Western Home Monthly
•nd the Golden 1 imes, the two papers
for one year for th-- small sura of .one
dollar. Fill out the form in our ad
T jrtisement on page 2, and send it to
the Golden Times.
Wm. Colville, representing Pugsley
Dingman & Co., Toronto, Wm. G
Reilly, Nincrva Manufacturing Co;
James H. Lumbers, of James Lumbers,
wholesale groceries; and Valentine Wells
Mouni Forest Carriage Co., will make
a tour of the world. They passed thn
Gollen Sunday, on their way to Van
couver where they will sail abroad or
the Empress of Japan.
RANCHERS ATTENTION-Do yon
require, either married or single help
for your form? If so, apply without
delay to the Salvation Army Immigration Department, Vancouver, B. C.
Application forms will be supplied and
nil information cheerfully given. Ladies;
v.'ho require good domestic help shoule
apply now. Forms will be sent and al
necessary information given. Addres
W. J. Wakefield, Salvation Army Immi-
g-ition Department, 301 Hastings St.,
E., Vancouver, B. C.
WAMTED—Correspondents in even
portion of this valley te write Iocs.
news and **nd it t* The Golder
Times.
Wl*» T*rlala* died, he lefThls trice*
MMtaparee a* a legacy (o tbea* wa*
had cared for Mai. Bibl wa* Inoffensive; there wa* a tradition tbat years
ago fa* bad worked, but tb* man Uved
not who bad *ee-ii bim witb pen la
band. Yet Blbl wa* looked after far
the dead poet's sake. Painter*, sculptors. Journalists, gav* .him house room
In turn, ful bim and clothed bim. an*
Blbl wa* /rateful But one little vlct
of ble wa* Incurable—he lnvarlabl'
walked off with bis host's umbrella
This persistent sbeentmlndednea* at
last produced a coolnee*, and bit
frlenda dropped off, and Blbl esp»
rieneed tbe cold ahoirider of neglect
On* day be wa* diicovered *lmo*1
iturvlng In an empty house, and Vei-
lalue'e frlenda reproached tbemeelvet
fur their unklndness ta tbe poor old
man. A subscription was raised for
bis benefit and the money banded t*
Mm at a banquet at which the twenty-
•oven anbscriber* were present Bib.1'*
health w»*> drunk with enthusiasm:
he rose '^ reply, but emotion *o overcame bim that he sought permission te
retire. In hi* retirement he was ae
eomnanted br twenty-sever umbrella*
rr.ttr o*M w..m„
Two boatmen on tbe Ohio rlm-i »«>
talking about cold weather and of *
certain severe winter. "It w*» Juki
awful," snid on* of them "At Cincinnati tbe river wa* fro** tight, anil the
thermometer went down to IKi decree*
below Cairo."
"Below which r asked bis pussled
companion.
"Below Cairo, yon blubberbead! Too
see, when it freeze* at Cairo tt niuit
b* pretty col.1. no they say s* many
degrees below Cairo."
But light wa* bursting In upon th«
other. "No. they do not." be ex
claimed eagerly. "Ton've got It at
wrong. It's io mnny degree* below
Nero. I do not know what It mean*,
bat tbat'* wbat thar *ty wben*If«
dreadful cold.*'
A GREAT WUHH* ouf-u
OAmuuan   Sense  Ia Use  Best  (Ivraoat)
That Cm De Preeerlbed,
I once asked a physician what cm
lie could suggest Tor the worrying bub-
It. "I would prescribe con. mon sense,"
he sold, "ami If a rann or woman
hasn't got a stock on band nnd cannot
cultivate one the medical man is powerless*" This worrying nonsense grows
The best menus to cure It lies In tb*
bands of tbe woman herself.
If she will just call a little horse
•fiik? to her aid, resolve not to' borrow
trouble, to be cheerful and think upon
the right side of things, she wlH live
longer and he able to retain her beauty.
livery woman hns the stronge-st desire
to keep lier good looks. Why, then,
loon she tukc the course which Is sure
o mitke her yellow skinned, dull eyed
-.net thoroughly unlovely?
Tb* Englisbwjjmnn is greatly admired ror l:i-r utter refusal to worry oi
. 'ic wwrhid. Consequently she looki
• t      iii fifty.   Undertaking no mow
ii  comfortably carry  out
ix-ili'ving In the coming of
she does not procrastl-
, ii,   ' :•:        iiy will not let the domes
;,   m.-.i-i n.r.i   ;riliid her down to 111
'■.(•iii(,i mnl ni i-.-irly old age.
Si., is r, fjpquont bather and regard*
hiHillli iih tin" prime factor of life, to be
looked ufter before" everything else.
Sbe sleeps nine hours and also takes a
nup during Iho day, arranging her
work In the most systematic innnucr.
Her H'.tle memorandum slip always
ihows two vacant hours—they are for
rest. She e:ttn hbrirtily, but of tbe most
digestible food nnd would rnUier hav*
• mouthful of -?ood food nnd rro partly
hungry fhnji rut n whole nical of
't^aper things.
An Irlifc llc'.roaa Peiele.
A Bait* ft conductor *o a Los <W
■***• trmVa told a reporter of tie 8a.
IWnardlno Sun tbat hi* grtddfathu
•Haemben.* ' sign wUk* was %r*tH4
«e * petal «*a a doable Verb JaHr«*.d
ia Ireland ta the effort teat -wim tar*
•rata* sseet ber* tbey mmti •*■/> ta *
•taaaattfl aattt tbey mtc
Thai r»tore  with,
the Reputation
fhe Big Store,
JANUARY SALE
AT &/>e BIG STORE,
We are offering for **le our entire Stock of Dress Good, at  th* low.t
prices ever quoted in Golden.
DRESS LENGTHS , UNDERSKIRTS
BroadCloth, regular price $12,00. Nt*r Vn-o.n -....i.
...,:  .. <Moreen'M*ular P"M H25, selling »t
selling at || ||
Tweeds, regular price 8.00.   Now salting at tjjj
Wonted*, regular price $9,60.   Now
selling at te^S
LADIES LUSTRE WAISTS
regular $2,25,   Selling at $| j|
BLACK * COLORED WRAPPERS
regular price $2.60 now selling at $| 75
 a>-a-a>
3,2*
Sateen with silk flounces, regular $5,76
selliigat $4,65
Sateen regular $3,00, and $3,75, selling
at $2,00 and $2,50.
SPECIALS in FLANETTES and
WRAPPERETTES
regular $12,50 and $15,00,   s.lll.g ,t
$7,50 and $10,00.
Don't overlook these trices.   You will save money on  evory dollar y»u
s.:
end.
H. G. Parson, Limited
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
WINTER CARNIVAL.
BETTER   THAN    EVER
ROSSLAND
UNDER TIIE AUSPICES OF
THE ROSSLAND CARNIVAL
ASSOCIATION
FEBRUARY 4th TO 8th 1908
Splendid Sport
Handsome Trcphies and prizes
A Grand Programme from Tuesday until Saturday night.
hockey, Championship of B.C.
Ski Jumping, Championship of
Canada.
Snowthoe Races, Championship nf
British Columbia
Skating, Championship of the province
Tooogganing, Curling Bonspiel, Horse
races and other events.
Reduced Transporation Rates
For further information apply to
A B MACKENZIE, sec and ma'gr
AT TH* CHURCHES.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. W. L. MacRse, Pastor. Ser
viee* every Sunday 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Prayer
Meeting evtry Wednesday 8 p. m
GRACE METHODIST CHURCH-
Rev. F. L. Carpenter Pastor.
Services every Sunday 11 a.m. and7:30
p.m. Sxbbath School 2:30 p.m. Prayer
Meeting every Wedne-day at 8 p.m.
ST. PAULS ANGLICAN-Re>. C.
F. Yates Vicar. Msttins 11 a.m.
Evensong 7:30 p.m. every Sunday.
Junday School 2:10 p.m.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH-
Rev. Fatbir Cocrlla, O. M. I
Paster. Sereico* every second Sunday
in each month. Mass 10 a. m., Benediction 7:30 p.m. Sunday school *vrey
Sunday at 2 pU».
Bovril iii fhe Kitchen
The object of cookery (Ho*ii ' be to prepare food in tha
most nutritious, palatr.bl* wid easily digestible form.
BOVRIL is the embcltrv . cf all these qualities and;
is therefore of paranwui). '-.iportance in the kitchen
where a little of it a.'*..-I . s.^ups, gravies, stews, etc..
gives relish and real •-..v. iaiv.nciit to even tha most
trutclass dish.
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