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VOL.   HI.      NO. 46.
GOLDEN, B. 0.,   .MARCH, 3,   1909.
91.00 PER YEAR
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WE INVITE
J Your Inspection of our New
S Fabrics, in all the advanced
J Winter weaves and Colorings,
IMPORTED" SCOTCH i
TWEED.
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•A.D.J. MATHIESON ]
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HENRY'S NURSERIES
'"'•*■  FOR THE •'■
SPRING TRADE
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Tested stock, seeds for Farmr
Garden, Lawn oi Conservatory,
from tha best growers in England,  France,   Holland, United.:
States and Canada.   ■
FRUIT All IIIAttNTAl TIEU
SMALL EMITS, UK filtWI
Fertilisers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowera
etc.
140 page catalogue free.     ;
M. J. Henry,
Greonhouaes   and    Seedhoua a
aOlOrWeismlneter Road,   '■'
VANCOUVER, B.
Bra nrh Nurst ry. South Vancou
ver.    X )   J't
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COLUMBIA
arberShop:
First Class Work in 2
all branches of tha
. T0N80RIAL ART
9        Bathroom in connection
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Roman Catholic Church-Rev. Father
Ooeolla, 0. M. I. Paste.. Bnrieas
•very second Sunday in each month.
al ass 10 a. m., Benediei on T*M p. m.
Sunday school every Sunday at S
hat.
MASQUERADE CARNIVAL
Wis I Siceixifil Affair. — Tit Prizi
Perhaps one of the most  successful
Carnivals ever held in Golden, was ths
one held at the Skating Rink laat Friday evening, and everybody who attended it came away wall satisfied.
Than wen many vary beautiful and
costly costumes, and the Judges, Mr.
Gus Pinkham and Dr. Taylor certainly
bad[for Small (task in picking the prise
winners.
Music was furnished by a gramophone
kindly loaned for the occasion by H.G.
Parson, Ltd.,
The prise winners were as follows :—
c • Mr. H. Tom, Lord Chester Field, best
| Gent's costume; Miss. Dorothy Hambly,
Folly, best Ladie's costume; Mrs. F.L.
Carpenter, Old Mother  Goose,   best
Comic costume; Miss. Hazel Sheirkx-k.
Fairy Queen,   best   Girl's   costume;
Master Charlea Houston, Satin's Kid,
■ I best Boy's Costume, and Miss. Ruth
"Kenny,-(Trite Gretchen) Dutch Girl,
beat Child'a costume.
. .The list of those that wore in cos-
tuiues are as follow*:-
,   Mr. R. Landells, Winter. i
mt. Herb Blakely, Coon Girl.
Miss. J. Wells, Lady of 16th Century.
Mrs. J. Anderson, The Navy.
nr. J. Anderson, Emperor Leopold,
Master Ernest Anderson, Wild West
Boy.
Miss. Vera Sheirlock, Queen of Folly
Miss. Olga Sheirlock, The Golden Star.
[■' Florence  Macfarlance,   Queen
Elisabeth
Master Chsa. Houston, Satin's Kid.
Mini. B. Knowlton, Carnation.
Miss. Gladys Walton, A Rose.
Mrs. T. King, Carmene.
Mr. A>G. Murdock, Directorie.
Miss. Isabell McCormack, a Bat.
■ise. Nora Kenny, Spanish Dancer.
Miss. Enkilie Shaw, Dolly Varden.
Mrs. McDonald, Red Cross Nurse.
Miss. Kathleen Shaw, Topsy.
Miss. K. Kenny, Tamborine Girl.
Mr.| Wm. Pughe, Red Courtier.
Mrs. Plowright, Eastern Princess.
Miss. Dorothy Newberry, Folly.
Mr. H. Spedding, Satin.
Mrs. H. Spedding, Queen of Diamonds.
Mrs.' F. Carpenter, Old Mother Goose.
Miss. Lasel Sheirlock, Fairy Queen.
Miss. Beatrice Peters, Little Boy Blue.
Master Frank McCormack, Clown.
Miss. Edith McHattie, Poppy.
Miss. May McHattie, Red Riding Hood.
Miss. Mamie Wright, a Rose.
diss. Vivian Nattrass, Old Times.
Mr. Sam King, Court Calvier.
Master T. Mercier, Court Jester.
Miss. Helen Mercier, Miss. Pert.
Miss. Katie Cornier, Om Golden Times.
Miss. Lily Pughe, Spanish Dancer.
i D. P. McDonald, Patches, the Clown.
Miss. Nancy Nicholson, Sun Flower.
Master OscHr Nicholson,  Little Red
Riding Hood.
Miss. Jean Langlands, Flower Girl.
v :,. Louise Wright, June Roses.
Mr Joe Sutherland, Scotch Highlander.
Mrs. McRae, Magpie.
i.'ss. Katie Pughe, Daughter of Ire's: I.
Mii>s. Marjorie Hambly, Little Red Riding Hood.
Master Bobs Hambly, Gnome.
Miss. Alice McDonald, the Golden Star.
Master Wm. Sutherland. Harlequin.
urster Bert Rutherford, Tramp.
Miss. Dorothy .iarably, Folly.
Master James Henderson, Merry Widow
Mi>.9 Marjorie ' mbourn, Folly.
Mr. F. Larmoui. Rastus, Swell of Coon
Town.
Mr. D. Bowes, Cleve Sere,  Belle of
Coon Town.
Miss.  Flossy M OormackJ   A Dutch
Miss. Ruth Kenny j    Couple.
Miss. Owena Starforth, Star Libul.
Mr. Jim Harrow, 16th Century,
niss. Ferol Peters, Butterfly.
.Masher Gordor, Parson, Courtier,
aiss. Minnie Sutherland] Two Little
aiss. Hattie Rutherford]School Girls.
Mr. Harold Tom, Lord Chesterfield.
NEW SCHOOL BUILDING
ti 6. Pimi, M. f. >, Sucisifil li Suir-
lof (nil Fir In SUM.
Mr. J. Bulman, Secretary of the
Golden Board of S hool Trustees, received the following letter from Mr.
H. G. Parson, M. P.P., which will now
settle the dispute, as to when the new
school building would be completed.
J. Bulman, Esq.,
Sec'y Board of School Trustees,
Golden, B.C.
DesrSir:-lt is with the greatest
pleasure I am able to inform you that
the sum of $6,000,000 has been set aside
ss a grant to the new school at Golden,
being $2,600,00 additional to the cum
already provided for.   This amount will
be available at the commencement of
j the ensuing financial year.
]    Hoping that this will be of material
j assistance, and that it will give general
satisfaction.
I remain,
Yours truly,
h. G. Parson.
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A gloom waa ca«t over Golden last
Tuesday morning when it became known
that Mrs. Robert Lang had passed
away.
Un, Lang was a resident of Golden
for over fourteen years, and during
that time has made many warm friends
who will be sorry to hearof her sudden
death. She was in the best of health
until about four years, when her old
age was commencing to tell, and from
that time until the hour of her death
she was unable to leave her residence.
The funeral took ploce on Friday
afternoon from St. Paul's Church, Rev.
C. F. Yates, officiating. A large number of citizens attending.
The deceased was 97 years of age,
and leaves to mourn her loss, Mra. F.
W. Aylmer of Revelstoke, F. C. Lang
of Spillimachene and Miss. C. D. A.
Lang of Golden.
Mueh sympathy ia felt for the family
of the deceased in their sad hour of
bereavement.
Tllcklll (III S lulls.
W. J. Thickens, who is well known
in Golden, and -who had been connected
with several timber deals in this vicinity
wss sentenced laat week at Victoria ta
three months in gaol (%. p^ing a
bogus cheque for $6. Thickens pleaded guilty to the charge.
LUIBEBMAVS I0IR0
V. A. Alalia, if Nilsu, Applied. Sicn-
larj
Mr. W. A. Anstie, secretary treasurer of the Mountain Lumberman's
Association of Nelson, has been appointed general secretary treasurer of
the British Columbia Lumber, Logging
and Forestry Association, the headquarters of which is in Vancouver.
He will retain hia former connection
with the Mountain Association.
Mr. Anstie, is one of the most capable men in lumber circles in the province, and the new association, under
hia direction, will cover nearly all phases of the industry.
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FARM SALES IN THE UPf ERCOUNTBT
Last week deals were put through in
the Upper Country, around Windermere, for the purchase of 10 or more
farms. It is understood tbat the
properties were purchased by Rand
Bros, of Vancouver, but aa to the
prices paid for these properties, we
have not yet learned, but it will ran
away up in the thousands.
The following are the names ef
several gentlemen who disposed of
their property :-
James Lambert, Jes.. Tait, E. J.
Clark, J. B. Bornais, Ed. Johnston,
Walter Tegart, R. Menlar, W. Kinnee,
J. H. Walsh, Eugene Culture, and
•even) others. THE GOLDEN TIMES.
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS
-BY-
T.   H.  CONNER.
.IM-V
may be increased by exceptional merit.
Junior clerks must pass tho qualifying
examination for third class clerks by
the age of 27 or retire.
T.i3 chief conrnUiioner of lands has
brought in an amendment to the act
regulating prospecting coal and oil
lands, and it is noticeable that the new
legislation approximates the procedure very clos:ly to tiie methods of
taking up land under the land act.
One of the changes is that the notice of intention to apply for a license
must be posted within thirty days after staking the land. Provisions are
also made for steaking submerged
coal lands by means of a reference post
and obtaining crown grants therefor.
Other provisions are for a minimun
axpenliture of $250 per annum per
le iss and for grouping adjoining leases.
Hi)!dir» of a prospecting license are
ent'tlai to us* the timber and stone or,
the land per mining and building pur-
pos'.v?. This has been the custom, but
th* 'ej-at right haa hitherto been uncertain.
Tha P lblie Service act, more popu
larly known 83 ths civil service act,
wa* brought down to the house on
Tasiday by the provinciai secretary.
It repeals the bill introduced last year,
ani modil.es it in certain particulars.
These changes are the result nf a careful study of the subject during recess.
The superannuation measure which
was dropped last year will shortly be
laid before the house.
The members of the public service
are classified for the purpose of the
act, as deputy heads of departments,
offi'.en. agent*, chief clerks, clerks,
stenographers and permanent employees. An affiser Is defined to mean any
member of thep iblic service, including
accountants, who for the performance
of hU dutia? requires literary, technical
or scientiSc character. The term agent
Includes all government agent?, assessors, recorders, registrars and chief
darks.
Officers, agents and clerks are graded into four classes, according to skill,
training, competency and length of
service, and provisions are made for
passing from one class to another with
corresponding increases of salary.
Hereafter clerks will be appointed as
junior clerks or stenographers at the
age of 16. The initial salary is $35 per
month, increasing automatically to $47
at 20. Thereafter the annual increase
of $49 per annum is given until the
maximum salary of $9(10 per annum is
reached.
Where a position is to be filled which
requires greater skill and competency
than is required by a junior c erk an
outsider under 80 years of age may be
appointed. But' such appointment will
be made by competitive examination,
which the junior clerks may enter.
Generally speaking a successful examination is required to pass from one
elass to'the another. The rises in salary and the ordinary rate of promotion
SCHOOL REPORT
The following is tbe list of pupils
msking a complete attendance during
the month of February:—
DIV. I.-Charles Adams, Ruth Kenny, Greta Adams. Gladys Walton, Olga
Sheirlock, Dorothy Tennant, Alice McDonald.
DIV. II-Katie Conner, Wilfred
Good, George Henderson, Marjorie
Hambly, Helen Mercier, Edith Maxwell, Maud Maxwell, Edith McHattie,
Bessie Nattrass, Ferol Peters, Beatrice
Peters, Wiilie Sanborn, Clare Tennant,
Elmer Anderson, Francis McCnrma.k,
Ernest Johnston, Leah Walton, Sybil
Nattrass, Mattie Holt, Dorothy Newberry.
DIV. Ill-Beatrice Anderson, Willie
Bulloch, Nellie Gable, Louise Henderson, Jeannie Langlands, May McHattie,
Daniel Stafford, Olive Tennant, Kin-
neth Walton, Jack Henderson.
At fbi Churches
St. Andrews Presbyterian-Rev. W
L. .uacRae, Pa-.tor. Services every
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7 30 p. in. Sunday
School 2:30 p.m. Prayer meeting ever
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Grace m ethodist Church-Rev. F.L.
Carpenter Pastor. Services every Sunday 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p.' m. Sabbath
Shcool 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 3 p. m. i
St. Paul's Anglican - Rev. C. !F.
Yates Vicar. Martins 11 a. ni. Evensong 7:30 p. m. every Sunday. Sunday
Sciiool 2:30 p.m.
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Notice
Windermere Land District
District of N. E. Kootenay.
Take notice that J. L. McKay of
Sinclair, B. C, occupation Rancher,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
South East corner of Lot 7578, thence
North 120 chains, thence East 40 chaina
thence South 120 chains, thence West
40 chains to place of commencement
containing 480 acres.
Nov. 28th, 1908. 37-L'mo.
J. L. McKAY.
CHIN    BOW
RESTAURANT   AND BAKERY-
FRESH   FRUiX
CONFECTIONERY
TOBACCOS A CIGARS
MEALS   AT   ALL  HOURS.
ADVERTISE, IT PAYS.
OUR   BEST  OFFER
$1.50
The Golden Times
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The Family Herald .and
Weekly Star
OF MONTREAL
For the
Two. '
The GOLDEI7 TIMES will supply
you each week with a complete budget of local news, reliable reports of
the district.
THE FAMILY HERALD & WEEKLY STAR of Montreal is the acknowledged best Family and Farm paper
on the continent. No home can afford to be without it. To farmers it
is simply invaluable. It interests one
and ail and is beyond question the
best dollar's worth to be had.
The combination of the GOLDEN
TIMES and THE FAMILY HERALD
& WEEKLY STAR provides you With
the greatest amount of wholesome
family reading and valuable information, and at the above price every.
home in this district should take advantage of the offer.
MONEY REFUNDED HOT SATISFACTORY
The Golden  Times,
Golden, B. C.
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Canadian People.
I A little over a year ago, the old reliable nursery firm of Brown Bros. Co.
of Toronto, opened a branch in Vancouver, under the management of Mr.
Ohm. L. Trotter. Tha move has been so highly appreciated by the people
of British Columbia, that.a very great volume of business has resulted. Th*
fact that our stock has been shipped to all parts of the province, successfully, and in good tim* for planting, both in spring and fall, warrants us in
further extending the business by making these results more widely known.
Planters of large or small orchard a ran now recureftrst class stock direct
from the nurseries where the trees, are grown, by expert nurserymen, who
{ have dons nothing else but produce the beat trees, for the past twanty-five
years.
Our stock has a solid, Arm texture of wood, and an abundance of fibrous
roots, the growing and packing of our trees is a'ways under the' direct
supervision of the members, of our firm,, thu* we are able to see that our
stock turns ont true to name .
■ We are deiirous of getting into touch with every planter of trees in the
provinsa, a.iJ invite correspondem-elfrom all who *re interested. You can
can order direct from this office, 01 through our agents. Send your lists of
wants for spring or fall to this office to be priced before ordering else-
-here, wa will give yju a square deal, and reasonable prices for a Canadian product.
'We *o,<r nany acres of-ornamenta\ trees, shrubs, roses, etc., and can
quote reason iMe prices on large oraers for park or street. planting. We
constantly employ a first class landscape.archite t, whose seraines are at
your diap »ali if y iii ars laying out large.or snail public parks or priv: te
gardens.
We want a few more good reliable men to represent us in unoccupied
territory, and shall be pleased to have, applications from any successful
man, we pay a liberal commission on all good business sent us.
For further particulars in regard to prices or terms to agents address
Phas. L. Trotter; Manager Brown Bros. Nursery-
©en* JMit 11;2^ 8th Avej West, Vancouver, B. 0.
fciLiuiArfi H)R SOUTH
AMERICA, MARCH 10
J. E. Griffith, who is at present in
Vancouver, experts to leave for South
America about the 10 of this month to
build snowsheds on the I rans-Andean
railway.
'It will be remembered that Mr.
Griffith had charge of the building the
snowsheds at Rogers Pass, tha building Of which he superintended while in
the service of the C. P. R.
Recently the English capitalists, who
are building the transcontinental rail
way in South America, one Urminus
of which will be Buenos Ayres lit the
Argentine, and the other Valparaiso
on the Pacific, were faced with tbe
problem of snowshed-. at the great
divine of the Andes. In seeking an
engineer qualified for the work, the
[builders of the line remembered that
the C. f. R. Snowsheds were tiie most
{extensive and scientifically built in the
jworld and they at once got into communication with the company.
i Mr. Griffith intends to be back in
Golden before he starts for South
America.
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glad for nevab    nvb fitn a 1
pointS Ill-las
Valle>. ..'make
our paper weicome *in evu->
home, and our patrons to
understand that our interests
extend from one end of the
valley to the other.
setae** aeweetammet
FOR A
Good square meal
GO |j
WONG  TD1E,
WE SELL
FRESH FRUIT,
CONFECTIONERY,
TOBACCOS
ft
CIGARS.
Notice
ObLTTMBiA River Lumber Co, Ltd.
MILLS AT GOLDEN, BEAVER, KAULT & GARLIN
HI •*' V • !      ":.■■■ 11. iii"<": ' i'•
3 LARGEST CAPACITY IN BRITISH   COLUMBIA. *
i        ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES.        S
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WOOD FOR SALE.
fx TEWS CASH. HEAOOFFICE GOLDEN, B. C.
for Sale
b. o. game
The legislative assembly will have
up for discits ion during the next few
days seven I important amendments to
the game nut.
It is proposed to place a $26 licence
on bear for non-residents, which should
be a source of revenue. The r«duc*>
tion of a bag limit for caribou' and
goat from five to three is also on the
tapis.
The East Kootenay. will- be opened
this year in the season. One animal
of big game per man will be  allowed.
We still have a few cords of
first class dry fir. Cut iri any
length required, at $5.00 P?r
GbrX Green wood $4.00 Per
Cord. Send in your
Orders Now.
IJ. W. CONNER. - GOLDEN
GRAIN TRAFFIC
F. W. Peters, assistant to William
Whyte, second vice-president of the
C. P. R., has JJgiven assurance that
there need be no worry about the provision of elevators for Vancouver whet
thfr necessity for them arise. Mr.
Peters indicated that the C. P. R. is
prepared to take care of the elevatoi
question in the event of the failure ol
the Dominion Government to do so.'
The building 'of terminal elevators
will be on s scale commensurate with
the expected development of the grain
trade-when' once it is started. N.
leases will be granted to' anyone for
the erection of small elevators aloni.
the waterfront by the C. P. R. The
elevators, if built by the C. P. R., will
be under federal surpervision and the
charge made by the C. P. R. fixed by
the government.
Columbia'Land District.
District of North East Kootenay.
Take notice that Edmund J. Mills of
Galena, B. C, occupation, Rancher,
intends to apply for perinission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
North East corner of Lot 9002 (E. J.
.Mills pte-emption), thence South along
the East boundary of said-lot to the
S.E. corner of said lot, on the North
boundary of the C. P. R. Lot Ne. 841
about 68 chains; thence East along the
N. boundary of Lot 349, 40 chains;
thence North 20 chains, thence West
20 chains, thence North about SSchains
to the C. P. R. Belt line, thence West
20 chains along the C.P.R. Belt line to
place of commencement, and containing 159 acres more or less.
E. J. MILLS. Applicant.
Dated December, 10th, 1908.      36-2-n.
The Loudon Times says that in 1908,
exclusive of conversion loans, - nearly
$160,000,000 of British loans went to
Canada.
STEVENS
IN   CAMP   OR   FIELD-AT
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
Thiraliilwtytiehane*
t* •"'»« Mm* ehootlng
TOI SHOOT WEIL HOU MUST BE EQUIPPE0 WITH
A RELIABLE HREARM: th* only kind w. km
biu making for upwtrdi of fllty ynn.
Our LIm: RIFLES. PISTOLS, SHOTGUN',
RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETC.
A(k your Dealer, »nd Ineiit on tb*
STEVEN'S. Where not sold by Be-
on, ire ship direct, awpre-w Pre
ptl'lj npon receipt of Catalog price.
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Centrally located and fitted with modern conveniences.
Cusine Unexcelled.     The Bar is  Stocked with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
RATES $2.00 TO $5.00 PER DAY
J. C. Greene, Proprietor
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Local and General
T. Alton, of Galena was a Golden
visitor last week.
Repeat it:-"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
Mr. H. Dart has returned from attending the Grand Orange Convention
which was held st Victoria this year.
I r. ard Mrs. Hubert of the "Big
House Ranch" were in town Friday
attending the Carnival.
Golden nearly we ;t wild last Thursday, when it became known that No. 97
had arrived on time.
Mr. Suttie, local freight agent, spent
last week at Revelstoke, on business,
returning Saturday afternoon.
See R. Gable's Advertment in next
issue, advertising 6000 rolls of wallpaper at cost. This is about the time
to commence house cleaning, and you
cann 11 afford to let this offer go by.   1
For Sale-One Remington Typewriter
in perfect working order.—Apply at
this ofllce. 6t.
The C. P. R. has decided to equip its
steamships with wireless telegraphy,
and engineers and a corps of assistants
are now on the way out from England
for the purpose of making the' installation,
Mr. W. A. Macfarlane, of High
River, Alta, was in town shaking
hands with his numerous friends. Mr.
Macfarlane, who was manager of t..e
Columbia Hotel last year, is now running the Alberta Hotel at High River.
Wm. Patterson, of Palliser, was a
Golden visitor Saturday. Mr. Patter*
son,; who is spending a considerable
amount of his time in trapping, has
beert successful in securing several fine
skins, one of which is a red fox.
Repeat it:—"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
Mr, and Mrs. A. M. Mclvor, of .Field
were in' town Thursday, returning Friday. Mrs. Mc Ivor informs us that she
has given ap the Strand Hotel dining
room, and is now running the restaurant at her own residence.
During the paat year P. Burns ft Co
report excellent business and have
opened op between fifteen and twenty
new branches in all parts of B. C.
Alberta and Saskatchewan, including
handsome-- buildings, at Moose Jaw,
Medicine Hat and Regina and other
cities.
Repeat it --"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
Geo. B. McDermott. of Rainbow
left Tuesday on a business trip to Calgary.
Look for R. Gable's Ad. in our next
issue. 6000 rolls of -wall paper to be
sold at cost. 1
The Palliser Lumber camps broke up
yesterday, after a successful winter's
work in the woods.
A horse attached to J. Anderson's
milk sleigh, ran away Friday morning,
playing havoc with the tins, and spilling
all the cow juice.
Mr. Purcivell of Field, was a Golden
visitor to the city lust Friday. While
here he took a picture Of the Carnival
group at the rink that evening.
Mr. Wm. Houston, left Tuesday last
for Kelowna, B. C, where he will take
charge of the electric light plant for a
few weeks, during the absence of ('.
Colquette.
Mrs. J. R. McVay, who was called to
Oakland, Cal., sev»ral weeks ago of
the serious illness of her mother, has
returned, he mother being mueh im
proved in health.
Mrs. J. D. McCormack, accompanied
by Mrs. Shaw, left Wednesday last for
Seattle. Mrs. McCormack, has been
in ill health for some time, and she
thought that a change of climate might
benefit her.
Mr. J. C. Greene, proprietor of the
Queen's Hotel, accompanied by Mrs,
Greene, left Sunday for the Coast.
While away they expect to visit at
Victoria, Seattle, Tacoma, and other
cities on the Pacific coast.
j ^Repeat   it:-'Shiloh's Cure will always cure my coughs snd colds."
Mr. E. Hollier, who has been spend*
ing the past two months the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. O.D. Hoar, left Sunday
for Tecoma, Wash., where he has accepted a good position. Mr. Hollier
while in Golden has made many warm
friends, and who wish him every sue*
cess in his new field.
' Among the passengers on No. 96
Friday for the east wss Wm. McNeisr,
of Vancouver. Mr. McNeish, was at
one time proprietor of the Columbia
Hotel of this town; and when he sold
out to J. G. Ullock, he moved to Vancouver, where he is again running a
hotel. He is one of the deputation to
Ottawa, regarding harbor improvements, Burrard Inlet, Vancouver.
WINDERMERE      NURSERY
|Has now a limited
number of
YOUNG APPLE TREES
FOR SALE
of the varieties specially
selected and suitable fer
this district
1st chiice 25 cts.
2nd   "    20cts.
If selected by the purchaser, 1st choice. 20c. ;
2nd choice, 16c.   Apply to
E. W. HTJSTLEY, WILMER, B. O.
a
SYNOPSIS  OF  CANADIAN
HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia,
may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a family, or any
male over 18 years of age, to tbe extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres
more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
tjioxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
•on, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in each
year for three years.
(21 If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
• lie land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may lie satisned by such
i.ei-sun residing with the father or
mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
reiidence upon farming land owned by
liim in the vicinity of his homestead,
I lie requirements as to residence may!
be satisfied by residence upon the said
land.
Six months notii-e in writing should
lie given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL-Coal mining rights' may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.'
Not more than 2,670 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.-Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid for.
Notice
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that one
month after date I intend to apply to
the Superintendent, of Provincial Police
for a transfer of my retail liquor licence
for the Columbia Hotel, Athalmer,
B. C, to the Columbia Hotel company.
Limited.
Dated Fe' ruary 10th, 1909.
 GEORGE A. STARKE.
NOTICE.        i
Notice ia hereby given that on*
month after date the Columbia Hotel
Company, Limited, intends to apply to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police
for a renewal of the retail liquor licence
for .the Columbia Hotel,  Athalmer,
b. a
Dated February 10th, 1909.
Thb Columbia Hotel  Company,
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Windermere Land District
District of N. E. Kootenay.
Take notice tbat J. L. McKay of
Sinclair, B. C, occupation Rancher,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
South East corner of Lot 7578, thence
North 120 chains, thence East 40 chains
thence South 120 chains, thence West
40 chains to place of commencement
containing 480 acres.
Nov. 28th, 1908. 87-2mo.
J. L. McKAY.
GRIN   BOW
-RESTAURANT   AND  BAKERY-
FRESH   FRUIT
CONFECTIONERY
TOBACCOS ft CIGARS
MEALS  AT  ALL   HOURS.
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Hugh Maedonald
Barrister & Solicitor.
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