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VOL. S-NO. 20
GOLDEN,   B. C.      SATURDAY,       MAY    16,     1908.
$1.00 PER   YE A R IN ADVANCE.
THE BIG STORE.
SNAPS IN SHOES.
A NEW ARRIVAL OF BOYS SHOES
THAT WILL ATTRACT YOU:
III KUlil II S ft?S
*   uu  m        lot
Fewoddsiis. inBovsKraliudbBls st 115.per
pair.  Thtat for hsrd w..r.
SPECIAL JN MEN'S CASHMERE
HOSE FOR THIS WEEK.
4 for $1.00
G. PARSON, LIMITEdI
AilUii-ltHACyiitNi'
AT FED TUNNEL
Sltuiai  whiii
grade wis
forking n
mi Instantly.
New
A MAN NOW
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A jolly picnic was provided by Willie
Weinman for the buys and (.iris of St
Paul's Church Choir on Monday, to
celebrate his 21st Birthday.
Will entertained his guests in right
royal style, and presented each of the
boys with a gold stick pin, aad the
girls with a gold niaple-,<uf broach, on
which was  engraved    tho    birthday
Another fatal a< . tent occured up at
the Fieid tunnel on .v'edned-ay, when
Mike Dobinski, a mucucr, lost hia life.
He was woakingon the construction of' adversary "May 11th 19*."   It was
the new C. P. R. tunnel on the "Big
Hill" when the accident occured. He
was shoveling dirt, whin his spa
struck a piece of ..eiignite t,.... had got
mixed with the dirt on the gra t. The
unfortunate man was killed instantly,
his limbs torn from his body and his
head nearly severed. Several gangs
who were working in the vicinity had
narraw escapes from the flying pieces
of rock which was hurled in all directions. .
The remains were brought down on
Thursday's train and enterred in the
cemetery.
Queen's Hotel.
... -- Centrally located and fitted
with modern conveniences
Cosine unexcelled. Large
Sample room for Commercial travellers. Tho Bar
is stocked with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
RATES 12.00 TO $6.00   PER DAY.
J. C. GREENE, P roprietor.
Mil I IKE TIME TO
GET Y0U8 SUIT
THE   TURBAN   INFLUX
Having bought the entire stock
of Tweeds and Suitinga 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. Come in while
stock is complete. Everything
goes regardless of cost.
Mat hi son,
THE TAILoR.
The Hindus are another class that we
find huddled in groups in various camps
of the province. They do not take up
and, but work for railroads and sawmills. They live in box cans or any
shelter that comes handy. They will
not eat meat and havo no re..p«.t for
Pat Burns, although around Eholt J have
known them to steal chickens. The
bulk of their money goes back to
Punjaub, in India, but for Imperial
reasons we have to tolerate these
turbaned suajects of King Edward
much the same as we have to tolerate
bedbugs in a country hotel. With the
country filled with Japs, Chinks, Hin-
fdus, £iwashes, Doukhobors, Dnrk-
ards, Grits and Cheap raised Canadians
British Columbia will ere long resemble the Garden of Eden over-run by
swarms of lorusts and mosquitoes.—
Lowery.
TOBACCOO CULTURE l>  B. C.
Organized effort, u to be made to
promote tne culture ot tobacco in this
province. Two yean ago a tobacco ex"
pert, Felix Charlsau, was brought to
see what were the possibilities of
tobacco culture. He has been contin.
uing careful experiments in Quebtc,
Ontario, and British Columbia and has
found high grade tobacco can be grown,
but the methois of producing and
curing followed were defective. Recent changes in placing Ganadian leaf
on a par with imported leaf were made
for the benefit of Canadian growers.
Now the government will prosecute a
campaign of education for his benefit.
M. Chevalier, a French expert in
growing and curing tobacco, has been
secured to assist Mr. ( harleau. An
English-speaking expert will be appointed for Ontario and next year an
expert for British Columbia. Demonstrations and lectures on the b«st|
methods of tobacco curing will also be
given on a large scale.
certainly a jolly picnic i arty, and before breaking up ull bands eang "He's
a jolly good fellow" while the cheers
could be heard almost as far off as tho
"Times Om>."
ASQUITH'S  OLD   AGS
PENS1CN   SCHtfcE
i
in his speech Saturday, referring to
the old age pension scheme, Mr. As-
quith said that it nail been decided to
rule out all contributory schemes and
provide the pensions from the \ national
treasury. In order that lunatics, criminals and''persons novj uti.g relieved
should, be ineligible undt..' -he new
system, it had be«,i decided- to start
w.th a pension ot *i.io j.tr wtek to
persons over 70 years ©i age in pisse-'
ssion of incomes of .ess thai. 'iluO a
year. The premier estimated that tue
pensioners will nui exctou J0u,ui0. It
Will come into force in January, 1909.
stringent conditions wiii be iuto .uuwn
ioj. iurxeiture and suspension, ami if
tn's was socialism the premier declared
that it was socialism oi a kind mat ooih
parties ^accepted. As tht> scheme will
not go into effect until .a.-uury 1, ihe
cost of the current year win uujy oe ;>6,-
000,000 of the estimate.. sui>iu.d oi $24,-
VICTOKHju*   tta.dt-i.K
Nelson, May 15.-Eighty-five of the
Doukhobors for the new colony st
Waterloo, on the Columbia River, arrived at their destination last night.
A party of Russian and Polish farmers under the direction of he B. C,
Colonization Agency, have arrived and
settled on part of the 6,000 acres purchased by the agency near Fruitvsle,
to the South of Nelson. The settlers
will in time own their ranches of from
10 to 20 acres, and meantime employment and board are found for them for „—, .
eight months in the year by the agency' served.
Up at Prince Rupert, unemployed
are turning handsprings for meals.
The chief industry is digging the festive clam irom its watery bed.
VICTORIA  MAN   GUILTY.
Victoria, May 14.-James Leech, on
trial at the assizes here upon the
charge of shooting Albert Harting,
bartender at the Strand hotel, with intent to do bodily harm, was found
guilty yesterday.   Judgment was re-
Pekin, May la—Alarming news has
oeeii received here refchidiii^ the J-jo-
gj-esi, oi a revo.utkiii.ary   ti.uvtiiiti.t in
inn Nun province, uu luiikiiag birder. There have uoeii tue aeueis aud
tue provincial troupa, m which ti.t
-upiiier were victorious.   Lachu pass .a
n ihtir posstsfcicn. sit. il.e aenput
oX Ment Tsze is eiiuangsrau by them.
u. V. E. Bapst, 1-tench minister to
China, has been inked lu «.ia In the
suppression ot the ii.u-.eii.eiit. The
retie.s possess 1 tench atn.s, and are
.> aid to have been traineu oy Frencu
men. Ment Tsze is a tteaty port and
t.as a population of about 12,uu0.
The recent damp weather is causing
considerable trouble on the C. P. R.
west of Golden. Mud slides, etc., are
doing a land office business.
.B3MIT THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN,   f.
MAY,     16,   VM.
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Saturday,   may   ie, 190s.
The Montreal Witn.iJs of recent date
has the following to say of the amend-
ue.it, now btf.it parliament, to the
Elections Act:
"it .vasnottobe supposed that the
Federal Government had any intention
to drop its Election Act, as seuiiis to
huve been Insinuated by a inembir of
t.ie Opposition, bu V, ilfred Laurier's i
announcement that the measure will
now be orvcoaded with all possible expedition will, however, Le none the Ices •
welcome.   The country ,ooks forward i
KOOTENAY
LLKCTOKAL   L>fSTRl,Tl
A Convention of the Liberals of
K .'.itenay will be held at Nelson, B. C,
on
THUISBir,   JUNE   4th,   1901
For the purpuseot .-.electing a candidate
to contest the riding in the next
Dominion Election in the inter sts of
the Liberal party
The Contention will open at 2 p.m.
and all Liberals sro invited to attend,
but only accredited delegates will be
allowed to vote.
The basis of representation will be
one deleirate for every 50 votes, or
fraction thereof, polled at the last
Dominion Election. Properly accredited proxies will be recognized,
KELSON LIBERAL KSCCHTIII
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TKIS
SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFEB
THB
Western Home Monthly
n.-
F. J. Deane, Pres.
D. PROTJDFOOT, Sec.
te this act being passed in such a shape
that itshall prevent in future, at least,
tlie more crying evils that have disgraced our polities in the past, and the
sooner it is on the statue book the
bi-ttei- it will be for Canada's reputation at home and abroad.. Sir Wilfred
Laurier has nlso promised that the government wiii. introduce some other bills
this session, including a bill respecting
tne boundaries af Manitoba.'"
IN  CAMP  Oft   FIELD-AT
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
Thtre la always a chance
tt enjoy aema shooting
TBI MOOT WEIL YOU MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH
A KIMBLE riREARM: the only kind we hava
been making for upwards af flity years.
Oir Dim: RIFLES. PISTOLS, SHOTGUN,
RIFLE nlESCOPES. ETC.
Ask your Denier, and Insist ou ilia
STEVENS. Wliex-e not sold by R«-
taller*, wa -hip direct, ___t__ __•
Tnld, upon receipt of Cuiitlng price.
/.end lur 110 .-me l!lu»tr>nled
csaa.ilo*. AniiKlia.prr.Biablel.fauk „r
•*»«> rafcreiicBi lor in.ia nn.l boa
.hoofer.. Mullnal for 4 ci n(» J»
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*•«■ .-dor Jlatatecr fltrmurated .hr
Bajjc ..nt. Iw wrnir*•».,.
J. STEVENS AlHrtS at TOOL CO.
P. O. Has MOt
Chlcopa* Falls,
The "Times" would be glad for news;
items from all points in the Columbia
Valley. We want to males our paper ft
welcome in evory home, and our patronsj "
to understand that our interests extend
from one end of tiie valley to the
other.
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Sample room for Commercial travellers. The Bar
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Wines, Liquors and Cigars
BATES $2.00 TO $5.00   PER  DAY.
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School 2:30 p. m.
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Mass 10 a. m., Benediction 7:1* p. in.
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Wednesday evening at 8 o'clotV.
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MAY,   iu,   1908.
APPLE TREE PRUNING.j
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(Paper prepared by T.W.Stirling, of
Kelowna, read before the international
convention of fruit growers in Vancouver.) ■'.,....!
Any fruit g^wer>on tfeing pointed
out an apjiie ! tree can say at once
whether it is well shaped or badly
shaped. The general characteristics of
such trees' aa woiM be called well
shaped by an experienced, fruit grower
are to be found somewhat as follows:
Ths main branches spring from'ihe
trunk at a good broad angle. They do
not spring opposite to each other but
distributed lip and'down tha trunk.
They are evenly placed around the tree
and do not interfere with each other.
There'is a'definite center stem from
which they spring arid which extends
above the main side,branches.*
Such a tree is of th.: strongest possible frame. It will carry its proper
load of fruit hoiit propping. There
is no fear of £ ling split down to the
ground and ruined by an overweight of
fruit or by wet snow or any other cause.
The greatest damage that will likely
to happen to it will be the breaking of
a bough, an injury which can easily be
repaired and the loss replaced within' a
short time. If any main branch is
^overladen and breaks off, the injury Jqi
the trunk will be comparatively light;,
■t   j"-     .'■■■■_    . T'y
there will be splitting-. .Always fresh
shoots can be grown from the center to
replace broken branches. After all the
main stem of the tree is the tree; keep
that intact and the ti*ee is still there to
grow any branches that are required.
CUTTING OUT CENTER OP TREE
• To illustrate the advantage of this
form it is only necessary to think of
another form which is very common.
That is the tree where the center has
been cut out and never replaced, where
the branches all spring from about the
same point as the fingers grow from
the palm of the hand. Such a tree,
when theday of trial comes, either from
an overload of fruit or from a fa'l of
wet snow, yes, and sometimes by reason
of its own weight, will get tired and
lie down, splitting to the ground, so
that there is nothing left from which
a new tree can be grown.
Now, shaping u tree is not the whole
art of pruning, and by shaping a tree
is meant that treatment of tho tree in
its earlier years which definitely determines its general form; a tree may
be well shaped in this sense yet at the
same time woefully in need of cutting
and clearing oat, but this latter branch
of the pruner's art cannot be dealt with
adequately in a paper, and it is the
first only which is the subject of this
present effort.
The object of this paper then is to
outline a method and to state a few
short rules, which if followed will ensure every tree growing up in a correct
form.
The rules are three in number, viz:
1. Keep the leader
2. Have but one leader.
in view is to give the leader the start     d the tree will tend to keep the form
and to have it keep ahead of the rest, 'in which it has been  trained.   Subse-
3.   Make the leader lead.
The explanation of these and .tin-
method of carrying them out in practice
is as follows:
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The tree is planted as a yearling whip
and cut back to about, three feet or*
little less from the ground with the
object of forcing buds into decided
growth, so that teere may be something
to work on the next *pr ng. The i.rat
real step towards shaping the tree is
taken the spring'after planting, preferably when the green. It will be found i
then, if the buds are just beginning to
show the tree haa established itself,
t.iais me of the b ds near the top,
very generally three, .have made a I
stronguqstandinggrowth, coming out!
from the stem at a very acute angle,
tower down more shoots will have grown
from the stem at a greater angle than
the leaders, and usually have not made
such a strong growth. It is from these
latter that the first tier of branches
may be chosen.
LEADERS
Of the one, two or three strong upright shoots near the. top select the
best and most upright as the leader
and sacrifice the remainder. If they
are retained with -the idea that they
|,wi.l become satisfactory side branches,
amenable to discipline, it will be found
to be a mistake. They will not do so,
but will for years be a source of bother,'
competing continually with the leader]
for supremacy. Cut them out, leaving
but the one feeder. .,'
, side  shoots
From the, qther shoots lower down
select,-if possible, threee side' branches, These must be evenly distributed
around the tree in a horizontal direction.
In a perpendicular direction they must
be well separated, the angle they
make with the trunk should be large,
nearly a right angle. If there are not
t.ree shoots that satisfy these conditions, then leave only two or one
that does; better one right than three
wrong; prenty more shoots will grow
during the current year . to fill any
vacancies.
(N. B.-Certain varieties of trees,
for instance the Northern Spy, have
shoots which almost invariably spring
from :he stem at an acute angle. In
uch cases it cannot be sxps'til that
-hoots will be found to satisfy the third:
Condition mentioned above. It is as
well then to use a spreader to csuse the
ihoDttojrow in theYdaairsi direction.)
CUTTING   BACK, ...      j
H*.vin* seleztei the si)it* whicharej
to regain, and removed the others cutt'-l
ing than off close up to the stem, it is
■   ■:   I 'i      I     , i.  attfft*t h.fl -     c   i,
necessary to cut the* back. It will
be observed that the bads on the uppei
end of a wood shoatTre batter davelope
■■• er.-tr.     ».«. «."..*« ,■».■ ,<i 'J',' /■,.,. *
..nan those near the base.   The objec
UH tMJ..i  nn;iw   t&..
therefore do not cut it back too much.
Cut it amongst those buds towaids the
upper end, perhvps one-third of its
length down from the tip.
In regard *.p the side branches. Perhaps amongst ihose retained one or two
are weak, i.nd one or two are stro.it;
t as* latter, perhaps i.eariy as stio'•;_
as, the leader. Lis they whichrequ.ie
*o bu walcheu or they will start racing
for supremacy with the loader, iut
them in theor rig.it place right away.
Cut them back, to within inree buds or
so of the stem, 'ihe bum. tieie will be
very much backward and by the time
they hayeoeen forced into growth their
leader will have snoots several iinches
in length and there is no fear that the
aide branches will catch up.
NaiXT YnlAU    '
The following spring the paocess will
be much the same. The uea- will be
treated pract caily as was . who.e
tree -the year before, '1 he io „ er tier
of branches of last ye«ir will probably
have made two vr more ohoots. Almost invariably one wnl be enough to
leave, and that ahouiii Le cut back
among the wel.-iievelup ;u ouus io warns
the extremity or aL,out unerihiru in
iron, the tiai, 'ihe next year wu. be
time enough for these side bruuci.es to
have slue snoots,
ThiKD SPRING
| . Tbe next year wai bo a repetition of
tne nrst and seconu, except that theit
Will be an additional tier of branches to
aji-une. :i'ne treaunent uf this lower
tier, thu j ear, will Le soinewnat similar in priuciple to that of tne leader the
first year. The cutting oi the preceding year will probably have resulted in two or three strong shouts glowing from the enu anu one or two weaker shoots growing lurtucr in un it, Oi
the strong shouts at the end but one
should be leit and that cut back as be-
quent shaping will simply consist of
thinning out superfluous' shoots ai.d
orariches, keeping a just balance be-
.ween all side boughs.
The idea to keep in view is tb give
tlie leader the preference when cutting
oat; that is, if a shout irom (he < enter
is crowding a saout from a side bough, ■
it is the latter thai, mast give way.
should the ahapnig nave been neglect- -
a in the earlier years, or shuul. au injury have happeneu lo the itaujig
shoot, it is! oiten lum.u. that one of u.e
ia.de branches lias come ahead of the
.eader and it. competing With the lead-.r
for supremacy, w.ero are three things
that may be uone, if a well shaped tree
is to result.
1.   The aide branch may be cut olf.
t. The tree may be cut off immediately above tbe side branch and thus
the latter becomes the leader.
(Where the side oough has grown
practically as large as the rest of the
u-ee above it, one of tnese two things
must be done.)
3. Checkk the side branch back hard
uy cutting it off immediately above one
of its own side shoots, the stronger
it is the lower down it must be cut.
This latter win be best whare such
cutting is iikeiy tu be efficacious in
putting .the side branch in its place; it
will, however,; ni any case have to be
watched the .next season.
A|ways the side branches must te
headed in this way if they shewn any
Signs of coming ahead' of the leaner
until they are finally induced to take a
subordinate position.
it will, likely now be found that there
are too many branches and that. they
are crowding, eac'ii other—no ipalter,
it gives a choice,- and, if any have- to be
sacrificed their .existence will not', have
bjen wasted, ti.ey will have assisted to
.nicken ond to strengthen the  main
fore about one third; ui tne others, one stein,
., lt is not claimed that there is anything new in this paper, it is simply an
attempt to .slate in clear and  concise
or two may be. leit as there is room or
not.
After this, if ail has gone right, as
it wtli have done .with a normal well-
growing tree handled as suggested, the
tree may-be consikereu,. to , be formed
and it is usually unneessary to continue cutting back the leading shoots.
The leader will be lirmly established,
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H. C, Tcm
FOR FRESH FRUIT
• CONFECTIONERY
TOBACCOS and CIGARS.
language a detinue system, whicn at
any rate i.as the merit of producing
surely, and without waste of time,
energy ... p.ant growth, the results
aimed at. The attempt seems to be
justified because this part of the
oi-cttasdisVa art has not often been
... ted cither clearly, concisely- or
cji.i^.j.ely and it is yerv necessary >e
.lave cliiiir and definite ideas on the subject.
With a clear mental picture of what
is needed in regard to shaping a tree
the pruning of young trees ia a rapid
uu.. sure operation. The tree is pruned and shaped me tally as the. operaior
walk, towarbs it. A few deft cu.a
with a sharp pair of shears and  it is
done.
Lacking this clear ides there is indecision and doubt, the indecision oa'
the first year produ es the puzzle u, ti.e
second year wh'eh in the third year incomes an insolurlte problem or ra I. i
one only to be solvedtby sacrificing h«'f
or more of the tree and thereby wa: t-
ing the greater part of the enerpy o^
growth that the tree has put forth n
the past.
. W*  -B.
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THI   TIMES,   GOLDEN.   B   C„   MAT,   16,   INC.
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Hot Weather Wearables
Just   at  this  time  the  ideas   of  most   men   run   to
Thin Clothing'
-TRY  OUR-
Penang'le Cotton mesh
UNDERWEAR
AT $2.00 PER SUIT
Cool  Shirts   for   Hot   Weather  in  a   wide  variety  of
PATTYS AND STYLES. MEN'S Fit FURNISHINGS
At  irlot Weather Prices.***
Ii. N. REID oa COMPANY,
OPPOSITE  THE   KOOTENAY  HOUSE.
*^a^ry*^*B^la**pf^N^r^^W*«hfV|^k
|   LOCAL NEWS.   f
^.|.B^I^Ba|^4'^*$'t|»Ba|BBa^(l^t«|'4.
Arthur Manifold of Field is in town
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**W*ima%
r\
Si*
i nty'-v- p -rip-/ ,n the Mttei-nn
S^ice**.>vrii came te stay.
The c! ft'.ind his ass.st.wts
IJavir !u.irncd the T>-*»»ai war.
Of innkin|- aSoups and Sauces—-
Delicious Bouillon,
, That's whv the work is i
Y ■Y^nf'' TKv're so quickly through
*~■*- BOVRIL
«e th# mont useful and convenient a**ei«*ent to tha
oooh In jjraparlng rich or**, dolicious*V flavoured
•oupa, gravies. e**tr««-j. etc. One teaapc-aWul to a pint
ot *<-up produce* a marvai JU« Improvoeaeae* In flavor.
atrswgMi and at.paarar.cM
!
wm
m
•*«*.t-ol-4aara" with • STEVENS-
boat thing Ior a gtewlag fcojr I
Loaning to .hoot wall and
acquiring quail tlaa of
self-control, DECISION, AND
MANLINESS
am all do. to STSVgMS niUtARMS ■DVOATIOtY.
Aalc your Dosler for Stevens Rifle*-
Shotguna-Piatola. Inalat on our time-
bonnri'd make. If you cannot obtain,
wo .hip direct, express rrannl'l. upon
recolpt ot Catalog J/nue. -
tr.rjtli.nt you «utt <kBi«r .)»„..h. STEVENS
Lb found In, <ia Tag. Il.utn.teal Cauls* Ma hat
fcf ft™ **!',to ■»•••>■"» »» P** »«■»•••. aawtl.
M T«* Color Hangar—aaa atawntloa tar ..ur
",l.-a" ot,l„b iwrm-mitl.il Ir. tnU ta. Aug.
1. CTBVENS ARMS a TOOL CO.
* P. 0. Bn 4097
Chlcopos Palls, Mass., U.S.A,
•i-n?ii   iark ' .,•
isa reminder Ihatyoui    inscription to '.his pa- "
now past 'i'.ii, ond ihe j
lister win '-npre-'irite  you)'
prompt    -.ttsntlon.   %T
For Sal«
A few Cords of first class dry Weal
' -AT- "",
$5.00 >
PER COBt).
SEND IN YOUR ORDHRg NOW!
j. w. comiv;v.mlk», i
HEN AND   THE ROOSTER
•:     '' '"     \     fc**^       ~T^'^ ••"      '
SaiiH.* tM^fctlSostjp»'" *'
Tp the\liti^4fhhT hen-.' • -*
"The picking caft^Vbe.good       >.:•,'''
Where have ,you: beei*.?',' ,    '
The thin hen cackled and said:
"If the neighbors' hnd no dogs,
And rhe women ne*reriCsaid shoo! I
I would Boon.be as fat
And ugya«y6u."
THE titolON LI-IAlfe, *&« Mow.
-     „\
SMOKE A UNION CIGAR,  and be
happy. V
Bert Low is down from Spillimacher.o
on business. |
Seeding operations around Golden
a e nearly over.
Thoa. Alton of Galena was in town
Tuesday, on busii.tss.
There ia now two Hindus employed to
•very white man ut the C. R. L. Co's
mill.
J. Nielson has soid out the "Big
House Ranch" last week to an English
party for $9,000.
Another Chinaman died on the westbound train Sunday, and was carried
thsough to Revel, t ke for burial.
Douglas McBeth, who haa been driving the milk rig for the Model Farm
Dairy, left Sunday for Bowden, Mai.,
en a well earned holiday.
Thoa. O'Brien, returned Monday from
the Banff Sanitarium, greatly improved in health.
Manuel Dainard and Ptank BottwaU,
left Tuesday to clean out tha, Beaver
Foot and Kootenay Rivera.
W. I. Briggs, of thai firm ef iSeott 4
Briggs, Barristers and Solicitors, of
Kevelstoke was in towa this week, on
business. ... , ^... .j^.,,,.,-
Mr. lay lor, who haa the contract to
build several houses in town, paid Field
a business »isit baiu.Uay, tfturning
Monday.
Mrs. F. Neweu of Field is a guest
at the manse this week.
il. Keyes, broujet-aia-Juw of Thom..6
King, waa in from i.cveistoke this week
shaking hands wub iriends.
Mias Alanson bf iiklmonlon is this
guest of Mrs. U. A. Jennett.
Billy Anatie, secretary of the Mountain Lumbermen's Association, waa in
town this week.
T. K. Kirkpatrick, divisional superintendent, and J. P. Ford, resident
engineer, were seeing what a real live
town looked like Friday.
Work will be commenced next week
on the Dauchmer.'s Caves, situated
near Ross Peak. Steps will be constructed to the Caves which will make
it more convenient for the sublic.
Free Miners' licenses expire on May
31, when they must be reserved for the
ensuing year. We would remind all
miners that the Slst falls on a Sunday
this year and we advise all. those who
wish to renew their licenses to do so at
-the Court House before 1 p.m. on
Saturday May 30th, next, after which
time the office is closed till Monday.
UQOOX   UCEISE  IGT*
Notice ia hereby given that one month
after date I intend to apply ta the
Superintendent of Provincial Police fer
a renewal of my Retail liquor license te
sell intoxicating liquors under the
provisions of the Statutes in that behalf, in the premises known and dee*
cribedas the Queen's Hotel, situated at
Golden, B. C, to commence on the lat
day of July, 1908.
J. C. GREENE,
Golden, B. C.
Dated,  May 8th, 190?. my 9-4t.
NOTICE.
I hereby give Notice that one month
after date I intend to apply to the
Superintendent of Provincial Police
for a renewal of my retail liquor license
at Spillimachene House, Spillimachene,
B.C.
W. J. BARRY,
Spillimachene, B. C.
Dated April 27th, 1908.        my 2-4t.
Printing^
-FOR-
Business
Houses^
UTiawi'i^M^MiiBn i i   ii»
:j
THB  GOLDEN   TIMES,   offer     ths
I      Best Service in Plant, Stock and
Workmanship that the moat exacting
could require.
WklSini Orfiri Eiit?
Whea local printers make a standing
offer to furnish Commercial Printing
at the prices now paid to offices in tha
East.
Tki Bills Ira ft\i
by Golden citiaens, but the stationery
on which they are rendered is printed
in the east.
Why not make new customers al
home Vy laving your printing deaa
here?
•^
THE GOLDEN TIMES.
60 YEARS'
- EXPERIENCE
ftTCNIS
Trads Marks
Dcsions
.,.--       Copyrights Ac.
ajAttMaolidlng a akoteta anfl SeacrlrBtion mar
emlciilr eacortaln our opinion froe wfietlier an
tlon»atrlotlrconOdoi.tf»L^HANOBOOK on I'aUmU
gent free, .lineal a»mi<7 for.aoeanncDaMnta.
Vatanta taken tfiroufh Miinn Fco. rooalae
apwiatnotie*, without ahanre, fa tho
A haadaomal* Ulunratej* weekly, Laarfawt ctr.
oaalatlon ofajiy aclontlflo Joaraal. Tarma.fpf
Sr^a.SJ."»aroar,po.M«oi>rapata. Sold br
all nowadoalari*
-BUKrSdtoii*
elar.   Tha Eakimo saw a cigar box full
of gold in the possession of the whites.
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