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$1.00 PER   YEAR IN ADVANCE
THE JAPANESE ARE NCW BARRED BY TSlW.
MeMURDO    BREEZES.
FROM OUR OWN
CORRBSPONPSNT.
' Mr. T. R; haddon took a trip up to
Mr. W. Wright's camp on Friday.
On Satuiday last while Mr. W. Smith
was out on hia usual visit to Wapta,
some person or persons feeling rather
hungry entered into Billy'* houae and
after indulging themselves to a good
square meal, they took enough of the
good things to last them two or three
daysi   (Jail again when Billy's at home.
Mr. R. McKeemanandMr.W. Logan
passed through here to Golden on
Wednesday,
Mr. Alfred -Mitchell, J. P., returned
to Brisco on Thursday from a trip to
Coldtm.
Mr. Jack Wilson returned to his home
at the Gentle Slope Ranch, McMurdo,
and was th* guest of Mr. E. Cartwright
on Thursday.
Miss. Jennie Selk r-turned on Sunday's stage to Gilsra after rp:nding
her Christmas Holidays at her homo in
Golden. *
The McMurdo • mail was delayed
cwing to a new arrival at the Post
C ffice.
"O	
Cornspondenci
Dear Editor:
Please allow me a small space in your
valuable puper.
I hear a rumour that The Theatrical
Company, "Bonnie Briar Bush" is coming to us next week.   I and we nil an
glad to hear of these things and to see
fiem played here but» hen we think of
tl o size of oui t >wn AND look at th«
size of our Opera H use, more common y
known as the Columbia Hall.   I thin!
we must feel ashamed to have these
companies come here to put on the plays
when we must know that they cannot
give   a creditable production in   st
i amped and small a space.   I have m
limitation in saying that, were we t<
try we could scon alter mat ers by
building un Opeiv House, as we. havi
lo s of talent here, why n«t hav* concerts?   Then we could build an Opera
House and have oelUr Companies un
more of them.
* gned Footlights.
Town®,
District*
THE   WEEKS    DOINGS   IN AND
ABOUT THE CITY.
Thos. Alton, of Galena was in town
Monday.
A. H. Mitchell of Galena was in town
this week, on business.
 1 1 o	
We wonder if the Star feels like the
way it i* spelled backwards.
We understand that Fred Anderson
will shortly close down hi* cord-wood
camp, owing to scarcity of timber.
"Bob" Milligtn of Galena was ir.
t jwn, Monday on buiinesi.
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Micill]
L.-.corcrs are now being engaged in
Winnipeg by agents of the contractors
in the west for the driving of the two
long tunnels between Field and Hector
which was designed to do awoy with the
famous big hill^on 'he C. P. R. main
line.
The contract for the, huge enterprise
is in the hands uf the MacDonnell &
Gzowski Co., and according to information received work will be commenced immediately.
At the present time workmen are
engaged in clearing the approaches to
the laces of the four ends of the tunnels. It is the intention to drive the
two bores from all four end* of th*
tunnels at once. As soon as the gauge
clearing the debris from the four
approaches of the tunnels have completed their work, which will be in a
TO HOT IM
1
ORDER - IN - COUNCIL PASSEL'
MAKING SECTION OF' IMMIGRATION ACT OPERATIVE
IMMEDIATELY TO STOP
HAWAIIAN INFLUX. WILL
WARN STIAM-RS SAILING
FROM HONOLULU.
I. C. MEMBERS ME SATISFIED.
The C. P. R., have given Thns. King j few days, miners and reck drillers will
a contract for 600 cords of wood to be j attack the four faces.   There seems to
be no difficulty in securing lab.rers
for the undertaking.
dilivered to the engine shed.
———o
It il rumored about the city this
morning that the bridge for the Kootenay Central will be built this winter
and that operations will be commenced
at once.
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Montague B. Saunders, who has been
in charge of the local High School for
tin past year, was thisweek appointed
o the Vancouver High School. vr.
Saunders left Wednesday to take his
position as teacher.
We wish Mr. Saunders every success
in his new field.
We desire to call attention to our
readers to the fact that we are now
offprint; the Wes'cr.i Home Monthly,
and the Gok'e.i Time*, the two papers
for one year for the small sum of one
dollar. Fill out the form in our advertisement on page 2, and send it to
the Golden Times.
o	
New importation of "Kant Klog"
tt, .'ay pumps now in stock, new crop
Clovers and Timothy, f reshgarden seec's
it riving every day, direct from my
towers in Europe and Pacific coast.
Hex Brand Lime Sulphur sprays, best
~i In the market. - Henry'»  Nurserie*,
'•
ftyft.ed Houses and Greeii.IIouies, Vans'1 Yver.B. C.
«*w
At a meeting held in the Buckham
Hall, Field, last Monday evening, some
>f the citizens organized a club to be
inown as the "Field Snow Shoe Club."
\ good number of people were at the
neeting, Rev. J. H. Miller presided, and
1. J. Murdock acted as secretary.
If ter deciding to organize such a club
the following officers were elected:—
Mrs. A. W. Clark, president; Ernest
Uglow, vice president; Rev. J. H.
Miller, sec .-treasurer; Mrs. W. Lyness
uid Sidney Unwin, committ**. Many
Jtln r mat u*r, of mi' orimportuncs were
discussed. Much entl. siosm was
manifest in the meeting and the club
promises to affcrd tin ch pleasure and
pronator those who become members.
The first tramp will take place at an
early date.
BurieiT Alive.
NAKUSF, -Br-t*.7~^*mr-i0-Tlie  nsws
of a probably very sad sc.-ident, with
unqu.-stionable fatal results, Tuesday
reached here from Burton City, on the
Arrow Lakes.   Two men, W. MiDavitt
aged 40, a resident and land owner of
Burton City for several years,   and
Norman Crisfield, aged 25, an Englishman, wee working for the winter at
the Millie Mack mine, *4 miles east of
Burton City.   They hod started from
ihe mine on Dec. 24th to spend Christmas in town.   From that time they had
not been seen.  The remaining men at
the mine immediately hurried towards
Burton City, carefully  searching the
way down.   No trace, however, was
found, and the only conclusion is that
at a point about a mile from the mine
where ihe trail follows along the edge
of a deep ravine, finding it bloc' eiwi.h
snow, they .ventured too close to the
edge, fell down  160 feet, bringing a
heavy snowslide of snow with them
and were buried beneath it.
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TIMES PUZZLE.
OTTAWA. JAN .9.- (Special to the
Times.)-No matter if lapanese reach
Bri'im Columbia from Honolulu tomorrow they cannot enter the country.
The new departure in emmigration
regulations which was announced two
days ago is now the law of the land.
An order-in-council, passed specially to
mset the exigency created by the reported embarkation of Japnese from
the Hawaiian islands, is now operative
and will put a stop to all possibility of
trouble.
As already stated, the rule insists: that
immigrants landing in Canada shall i ome
direct from the country of their birth or
of adoption, only Japanes* from Japan
can now admitted and the arrangement
with the Japanese government practically stops the natives of -Japan emigrating to Canada in nny numbers
worthy ef notice. The regulation is
approved in parliamentary circles here
as a satisfactory way of settling a very
troublesome question and was passed
mainly with a view to solving the
Japanese question in the Pacific
province.
iW»... „.,,
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What is the Chicken afterT^The ore
whoguesses right will be given a yean
suscripuon to the Oolaen iimes.'
Plains of Abraham is Kttleitil Park.
Ottawa, Jan. 3-The Ottawa Canadian Clab, at the request of His
Excellency, the Governor General, has
**nt out invitations to the different
Canadian Club*, a king l hem to **nd
representatives to Ottawa to a meeting hereon the 16th inst., to consider
His Excellency's proposal for the conversion of the Plains of Abraham and
St. t oye into a national park.
Delegates to ihis meeting are invited
to luncheon at Government House on
the day of the conference. There will
be a public meeting in the Russell
theatre in (he evening. The conference
is called to devise means by which the
Canadian clubs may raise approximately
one million dollars.
WANTED-Correspondent* in   every
portion of this vsll*y to write local
news and send it te The Golden
Tirre*.
READ THE TIMES, $1,00 A YEAR.
e*. THE  TIMES,   GOLDEN,. B.   C,   JANUARY,    11,   1008.
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THE GOLOkN IIME8.
roBLianao evirt sawbdav atgolsbk
BT
T. H. Conner,
Subscription pric* $1 in sdvane*.
Advertising rat** on application.
Corr**pondenc* lnvit*d on matter* of
P»blic Interest. Communication*
to the Editor must b* aceompsnied
by nam* of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence of
s*ood faith. Correspondence should
be brief.
SATURDAY, JANUARY, 11 1908.
ANOTHfiU JAPANESE  INVASION
NOTWITHSTANDING all the agitation and legislation, the commission of enquiry and the promises of
remedical measures against Asiatic
immigration, hundreds of Japanese are
leported to be taking passage from the
Hawaiian Islands for this province.
As it was 'ast fall so it is now. There
is n)thing whatever to stop them from
entei-ing the country if they comply with
the general immigration laws Japan
may prevent her subjects from leaving
hir shores Iut she has no control ove
those who have already them, and there
are no immigration regulations to keep
turnout oi Canada. The Dominion
Government, if we are correctly informed, may bring the Natal Act into
operation by order-in.council, but as
tl,ings stand at present every Japanese
from Honolulu who is freeirum disease
and can sh w twenty-five dollars in cash
will be upheld by "ur own-courts in h s
right to come in ai>2 possess the land'
We have said again and again that *n
agreement with Japan would not meet
the necessities of ihe cose even were
it rigidly enforced. The proof, however, ha3 come rather earlier than we
expected. We thought that th. persons
engaged in the work .>f flooding this
province with Asiatic coolies would at
least wait until the public, excitement
had died down under the influence of
legislative palhatiqes, snd both
Parliament and the Assembly had dis-
pers. d, but it seems we had not gauged depths of their contempt for popular
opinion in Canada nor taken accurate
soundings of th* estimation in which
they held the power of British Columbia
to obtain rei ef at the hands of its law-
ii akers. It i* perhaps well, however,
that they have been a Utile too bold
aid that the steamers from Honolulu
will discharge their hordes on our quays
whlXhe-Housis are actually sitting
both at Victoria and Ottawa.
A glimpse of the problems for which
Vancouver may one day aav* to find a
solution was afforded in the incident
which painfully marked the opening of
the New Year,   says th* Vancouver
o p ?~T3
if
t THIS
SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER
THE
Western Home Monthly
 AMD —
THE GOLDEN TIMES
The Two for One Year for
$i. ■ -
Tlie Wntsm Ho.iv> Mori 1/ lui Ions b~n recoji-i:--*! ■> iV.
t mintiliitrilel horns -n ,•»»•'• uf Vedsi > Ci.uil» *nl ii is A liy
via 35,0001. niltaaever' m>:..'«.
It contain, a toeil'i cl lei. '1-3 f.cti -n, etlit ri 1 • l.-r ni n and
women. suMe articles oil lea^i ig .t'.-j .-els, w il- ill one dozen cr m re
d.p.rt.-1-.enU, under speci latin »r.l! eai.i,.g>, are i..lctesiini anJ helpful o ihe roembmin ewrv liometir.U.
Our subscriber, .re urged t j lake airrant-se (tliis
SPECIAL OFFER. HOW-
ADDRESS ALL ORO.RS TO OUR OF'IC*
World.   In view of the serious nature haphazard lines with consequent friction
of the charge ajainst the Japanese who
are now in custody in connection with
murderous attack on three uniformed
firemen freedom of comment is not
permissible. Be an accused man a
Japanese, a negro or of any other
nationality or r <ce his right to a fair
t< lal should not be prejudiced by the ex
presiinn of views ..he publication of
which is justifiable only after convici ion.
At thu same time it may be pointed out
without impropriety that "the affray of
che oarly hours of Wednesday morning
has intensified on both sides the
animosity between the great mass of
white workers and the local Japan ese
colony snd that we shall be very
fortunate if accidental encounters ore
in no cose procuctive of serious results
ButVancouv.i is not singular in this
respect. The despatches bring word
that all over the Kmpire, wherever the
Asiatic domes into economic competition
with the white man, there is more or
less fear of collisions which may lead
to international complications. Even in
England it is beginning to be suspected
that the Japanese alliance will be much
more easily preserved if the Japanese
keep out of those British dominion*
which are regarded as the lands of the
white man.
For   Sale
A few Cords of first class dry Wood
$5?00
PER CORD.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS NOW!
CONNER,        GOLDEN,   B."' C
jWV»-n.j
"Oat*•dean" with a STBVENS-
lwst tiring for a growing boy I
Uaralas to shoot well aad
■et-alringqiulKlMOf r_      »
SCLP-CONTROL,   DECISION, AND
MANUNB5S   .<<
■w«ii ** tssus* sssriKstavs aVtvotmoa.
Ask your Dealer tor'Stevens'BUle*—
Shotguns—Pistol*. Insist on our time,
honored make. If you cannot obtain,
we ship direct.' express uromtlrl. upon
receipt ol Catalog race. -
BntTtlibur Jtn -rut to kaow slant th. STEVENS
1, foand la lsOPl^IHwtratod Catalog. kuuM
tot ijwg «Mt» lo Warns, ter IT P""1**.- "■.»
ful Ten Oolw Ha>fw-*na dMoratloi tat |*ar
" aw"or«4B»roor«  innllrt fort teuton. «l«n»-.
J. STEVENS ARMS' A TOOfc CO.
P.O. Bes40»r*.
Chlcops* Pans, M*w.,.U;S.A.
n>tonly between parts of th* Empire
and another. What is wanted is a recognition of the principle that not all
parts of the Empire are open to all the
King's subjects. In short, an Imperial
code of laws should be formulated under which white men's lands such as
Canada could be closed to Oriental
whether und:r British .r.d foreign
government. Let representntives of
GreatBritain, Canada, Australia a d
the other self-governing colonies end
also of India meet on nu equal footing
and draw up immigration edicts which,
■ oming from euch an authority, could be
promulgated with less likelihood of
irritating eithei the colored races under
British jurisdiction or sensitive nations
outside it. F>r the present, of course,
we must have adequate protection from
Ottawa, but until the spl.no of the
white man in the Brifish dominions the
world over is marked off, until the line
is drawn which the Asiatic may not
cross, the final solution of the problem
U still to seek.
Feed lor Sale
*1**HE signs of decay which the Con-
*     servativ-B profess to see in the
profess
Liberal party is not so apparent to the
ordinary man with only surface man!
festations to goby,   For instance in
Until lately we have been inclined to the by-election :n Nicolet Dr. Turcotte
treat this as s British Columbia question
or as a Canadian one. Signs are not
wanting, however, that it is now to
take rank as a great Imperial problem
to be settled on Imperial lines. Hitherto immigration has been regulated on
was returned by a much larger majority
than his predecessor had at the last
general election, an indication of de
cadence perceptible only to Conservative
senses. Then there is the recent
mayoralty election in  Toronto when
I have choice upland
prairie h»y and Timothy
also
Oats/ Wheat
©, Feed
to offer in car  load lots.
Delivered prices   given
ADDRESS
D.O.
HOFFMAN
CALGARY, Alt*.
th3 Liberals wins out over his two Conservative opponents, securing 856 more
votes than the two combined. Th(*se
two instances are surface indications
which Would lead nlmjst anyone to conclude that Liberalism was rampant
rather than decadedt. Surely the intricacies of Conservative reasoning
ought to be classed as one of the wonders
of the age.
WANTED-Correspondents in every
portion of this valley to write local
news and send it te Ths Golden
Times..
Advertise in the TIMES, and get the
best result.
• «<> ■.•" :■■-.-
asW"Se* the Big Store's advertisement
on last page.
READ THE T
IMEs'lU
00 A YEARV
^.j^fMJ^ffmwmtfJ tl
THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN,   B.
JANUARY,   11,   1908.
■i
News of the
THE GUN A TEACHER
t <u-..:'- "s-iasaaasi.
Vancouvir'j city council will sue the
Monetary Times, of Toronto, for libel.
Publications copying the offending
article are "also to b* proceeded
against.
The late Judge'William J. Nelson,
one of the best known men of the
Kootenay's, for years city solicitor and
police m»gistr..te of Rossland, who
died recently there, has been buried at
Victoria.
The Dominion Government hcs
appointed J. R. Brown, of Summer-
land, to act as a special emigraticn
agent in Great Britain, with the ob-
ject of placing the attractions and
advantages of the Okanagan district
before the British public.
On Christmas day, as the Great
Nor; hernt ainapproached Nelson, sries
ware heard near the irscl:'on a desert?
edport qf th* l'.ne. Tue'train was
stopped and on the side of the track was
discovered a man named Gibb who had
been without food cr fire for two days,
being badly frostbitten. It seems that
i n Christmas eve, missing the regular
train, he attempted to walk into Nelson
to visit his brother sick in the hospital,
was overcome by a snow-storm and
took refuge in a tumbledown   shack,
The Trail smelter hns just finished a
shipment of 250, COO ounces of silver to
the new Canadian mint for the subsidiary coinage. Some of the eastern newspapers v.-he . '.La mint was first opened
stated that the min. would have to go
outside of the country for .the'r bar
silver as there was n ,ne of sufficient,
purity in Canada. The requirements of
the mint nre for bars .998 fine. The
shipffitenli from Trail is better- than Mr-
fine, that is, 999 parts in 1000. The
requirom nts of the mint are about one
million ounces per annum. As the
consolidated company-. produces about
twice that amount from its refinery, the
-. -.-.-.    -I-
subsidiary coin ge cf >1* Dominion
should be entirely of Canadian production—being mined, sm lted, refined
and coined by Canadians in ■ tUpadf,
Tho Trail plant has been prpqUc!hgfltit
IT >ld and 'silver bar* _ for0 soijie' years
jy-St, being the only plant in Canada
carry ii g the reduction olf ore 'that far.
Ths30 pro.'uc'ts lave if ;rt»f6re Beeii
marketed, in (hi Oiisnt and in' th
United States. Whan the Ca .adian
mint is in a position to pr. du :e gold
coins, the Tra'Umelterwill a'aobe able
topMduce the preciour. metal for the
pu pose.
A story is going the rounds in New
York of a discussion between two well-
know business men who visit the Maine
Woods evsry shooting season.
■  \    One had been tell ng of  his outing,
Fernie's    December    payroll   was which he.had found doubly delighted,
$204,000. because for the first time he had taken
  I his small.boy along.
Mayor Bethune was re-elected by     "A boy of twelve?   I   should be
acclamation as mSyOr of Vancouver afraid," said the other, "to give my
for the year 1908 at the nominations boy the responsibility of a gun."
last week. "Well," said tho first,   "I should be
afraid to deprive my boy of his share
of responsibility. Nothing develops a
bay like responsibility."
'This man's view is exactly in line with
the propaganda being carried forward
by the I.Stevens Arms and Tool Co.,
> hicopee Falls, Mass. Th»y argue
very reasonably that by putting a rifle
or gun in the hands of a boy you teach
him to be careful, you increase his
self-respeo , und make him self reliant
and manly.
The Steven's company have issued a
catalogue on rifles, shotguns and pistols
.vhich eve.y father should see. It not
only describes the many different styles
there are to-day, but it is a perfect
mine of information on all points connected with shooting, whether for sport
a-field, or target practice. We have
raad the copy sent us with the greatest
interest, and strongly advise our readers
o write for it. The company's only
request is that four cents in stamps be
so"-1 to cover postage; the catalogue
itself is FREE. .ad.
BULBS
FROM FRANCE HOLLAND
*
SEEDS!    TREES!
PLANTS!
r FOR FALL PLANTING
KoliabUT"" varieties at reasonable
price*. Fertilizers, Bee Sup-
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Material, Cut Flowers, etc. Old
est established nursery on the
mainland of B. C.
~  CATALOGUE   FREE.
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SNGINE AND BOILER REPAIRING
A
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GOLDEN,
B.C.
SShLA
. : Pittsburg To Assist. Mrs. Thaw.
New York, Jan. 8.-Two moreproo
pecti.ve jurors were accepted at t e
forenoon session of the Thaw trial to-
d*.y, bi-ii ging ths number accepted up
to nine, of whom three have been
sworn »s jurors. The eight juror is
John S. :Holb«rt, and the ninth. John
Entivhistli',
At the outset of the session there
came a surprise in the news Ihi.t a
number, of wca'thy Pittsburg million-
ei-es, hetclel by Charles M. Schwab,
havo combined to aid Mrs. Willidn,
Thaw in ra: ing money for her  son's.
defence.
——.- ,-*> »♦—	
Meeting of Canadian Mining Institute,
On January 16th, at 2p.m., there will
be convened at Nelson, B.O., a meetint
of the western members of the Canadian'
Mining .Institute,, -for the purpose o
forming. iv western bram h of the Institute, end also for the reading am.
d's.'ussion of papers.. The-Canadiat
Pacific Railway will' sell reduced rate,
tickets to Nelson arid Jietiiro to .member*
am! their wives when accompanying
t'.iem..      '''f.S-jii '  ■■      '
.'Airmeniljers who expect to atti n! the
meeting should at once notify Mr. J. J.
Campbell, at Nelson, who, together
with ot'ier Nelson member*, it looking
afler hotel accommodati,'i:.-,"etC;   ■•
 aya+ r
iueen's Hot
Centrally located and fitted
with modern conveniences
Cusine unexcelled. Large
Sample room for Commercial travellers. The Bar
is stocked wilh the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
RATES $1.60 TO $5.00   PER  DAY.
J. C. GREENE, P roprietor.
Pitying  School.,"
"See the Big Store's advertisement
on lost page.
READ THE TIMES,  $1.00 A YEAI.
H**H^***H***iW*
I?   15   {3   £   S*   J*   «"■
GO   TO
H. C. Tom
FOR FRESH FRUIT
CONFECTIONERY
TOBACCOS and CIGARS.
How many seed compartments are
thare in a-i appl>>?" he queried.
No one knew.
"And yet, ".saidthe school inspector, "all of you eat many apples in the
course of .a year, ar.d see the fruii
avery day, prol ab'.y. You must learn
to notice the little things in nature,"
The talk of the inspector impressed
the children and they earnestly discussed the matters at recess time.
The teacher of the next day over-
•eard this eonvereatim in the play
yard. A little girl, getting some oi
bar companions around lier, gravely
said: "Now, children, just s'post
.hat I'm Air. Inspector. You've got
to know more ..bout common things.
If you don't you'll all grow up to bi
fools. Now tell me," she said, looking
sternly at a playmate, "liow manj
fe tilers' has ti hen?"
Neiv importation of "Kant Klog"
pray pumps now in Hock, new crop
lovers and Timothy, fresh garden seeds
.'.rrivii'g every day, direct from my
(rowers in Europe and Pacific coast.
Rex Brand Lime Sulphur sprays, best
in the market. - Henry'- Nurseries,
Seed Housi s and Giccn Houees, Vancouver, B. C.
TIMBER NOTICES
INSERTED   IN      -ji
THE  GOLDEN  TIMEI.
•-AT-
$3.00
PER
PARCEL.
PRINTING
--FOR-
Business
THE GOLtE'f TIMES, offer th*
I Beit Service in Plant, Stock and
Workmanship that the most cxectirg
oould require. g*,
Why Send Orders East?
When local printers make a standing
offer to furnish Commerc ial Printing
at the prices now paid to office* in th*
East.
The Bills Are Paid
by Golden citizens, butth* stationery
on which they are rendered is printed
in the east.
Why not make new customer* at
homo by having- your printing den*
here?
THC
PRINTERS &
'•PUBLISHERS B   C,   JANUARY   11,    IPX*.
AT THE CHURCHES.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH-
Rev. Father Coo Hr, 0. M. I
Paster. Sereices every second bund;.y
in each month. Mas* 10 a. m., Benediction 7:80 p.m. Sunday school evrey
Sundsy at 2 p.m.
ST. PAULS ANGLICAN-Ret-. C.
F. Yates Vicar. Msttin* 11 a.m.
Evensong 7:30 p.m. every Sunday.
Sunday School 2:80 p.m.
*r**^RACE METHODIST CHURCH-
**   Rev. F. L. Carpenter Pastor.
Services every Sunday 11a.m. and 7:30
p.m. S ibbath School 2:30 p.m Pttyer
...,»„ -j/edn,. dgy & g p,uj.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. W. L. MacRae, Pastor. Set
vices every Sunday 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday ichcol 2:30 p. m. Prayer
Meeting every Wednesday 8 p. m
NOW IS THE TIME TO
6ET »
Having bought the entire stock
of Twe*>ds 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 pei.-es are new, in
fact many of them had never
been mark d. Com.) in while
stock is complete. Everything
goes regardle a of cost.
Mathieson,
THE TIM.
CHIN "BOW
- BAKERY-
DEALER IN
Fresh Fruits,
Confectionery,
Tobacco* and Cigars.
BJ
Meals at all Hours,   Just received
shipment of Okanagan Apples.
V ANTED—Correipondent* in   every
portion of thi* vall*y to write local
news and send it te The Golden
Times.
 o	
gLWdee the Big Store's advertisement
on last page.
English ■■rfiNsM*.
At the time of the Crimea* tw,
•baa then wo* a dearth ef young mm
ter civilian employment, ta etUerpri*-
lag London pabilctn engaged ta ex-
eeedlagly hondaoni* girl to serve la bit
hor. The-Innovation caused cotuH*-*-
ble sensation and much adverse comment, bnt hi* bnslnee* went ap with
t bound, tad tataralty hi* extmpl*
wa* widely followed. Barmaids, having mat t temporary want war* afterward regarded a* a necessity, tn.l
then- emptoraieat became general.
Bridegroom (to bit yonng wife, ever-
fond of dree*)—Tbe are** yon htv* *t
pi***** me greatly. I should Ilk* always t* ae* you la It, my darllap
Brld*-I will faimi year wlshe*. I
win htv* my portrait painted hi tt at
toe*, tad yea eta bang th* portrait
ever yt-ar deck.—Fltagaod* Blatter.
The   Store   wi:h,
Ihe Reputation
fhe Big Store
Full Value fcry u.*
mono y
Ltpee ef Memeiys
Tb* OMaf* Valet—Penult me to la-
form yaa, air, thai la ali month* yea
huve spent 28317 franc* aad 46 caa-
Hmes. Tha Ooant—Really? I wearier
what I bought far the** 48 eeoUm***-
Sourlr*.    	
The flrst Bnglleb totaeh at -rratata*
ictloa waa Med la 1483; Dm Stat
**rc*»«h acttm of » *J»**1ar Had ta WW.
Whm, the B*rt*t Oaake*.
Mom id** *f tb* atapeooVma power
et the •ubtemnMa fare** exerted by
earthquake* I* shown by th* change*
effected by them la geography. Mon*
*alM have bee* obliterated or new one*
formed, tolaad* have hen made or destroyed, aad whole rtrctcbe* of coast
Jhi* wiped ant ror Instaaee. In September. 1789, oa th* lofty tableland
about ISO aUea aoathwast of tb* City
•f Mexieo, a *4eoe est load four square
utile* la area wa* aaddeaiy raised SM
feet aad aa-acrca* eon** asipeared,
mo at thorn, th* veleaa* af Jorullo.
betag Marty 1.T0O test high. Java la
rro Mttered ta <M oppsatt* way, (or a
tract of country fifteen miles tag by
•Ix mile* broad wm awallowed up entirely, a mounts!* est 9,000 feet being
reduced to 0,000 feet only la th*
proceaa.
The Balloon Wan*.
Om ef the carious devices of attar*
(or acatterlag seeds it mm la th* balloon phut *( Oaltfemla. Th* (rait It
yeUow aud is a little larger thaa as
egg. It boa the appearaace of on empty beg, bat It contains a watery *ub-
itene* which evsporatee or arte* up
when the frott .nature*, a sort of gu
taking it* piac*. Thi* gas It tighter
tbon air. and ta* (nit flip* tack Ond
forth la tb* wtod nntU It flnauy br*ak*
loon (rem It* eleoder *tem, raw* late
th* tlr to a height of (wm eeventy-dr*
ta a hundred feet tad atlla away to
toll ia some distant spot tad thaa ex-
Mart the growth of It* kind.
JANUARY SALE
AT S/>e BIG STORE.
We tre offering for ul* our *ntire Stock of Dre3s Good* at  th* luwe t
prices ever quoted in Golden.
*■•»■    ■■—
DRESS LENGTHS (UNDERSKIRTS
BroadCloth, regular price $12,00. Nt*# M(,,aen> Mgu,B1. price ^ 6  ^..^ ,t
selling at *.*()()
Tw**ds, regular pric*8.00.   Now selling at fl^
Worsteds, regular price $9,50.   Now
idling at ^25
LAOIES LUSTRE WAISTS
regular ?2,25,   Selling at $] jQ
BLACK * COLORED WRAPPERS
regular price $2.60 now selling at $] fu
 «    + .*»
3,25
Sateen with silk flounces, regular $5,75
sellii g at $4,65
Sateen regular $3,00, and $3,75, selling
at $2,00 and $2,50.
SPECIALS in FLANEITES and
WRAPPERETTES
regular $12,50 and $15,00,  sel 1 g at
'^7,50 ard flO.CO.
Don't overlook the3e prices.' You will save money on eviry dolla- ycu
er.d.
li G. Parson, Limited
i'f^frc'T::i^py in ihe kitchen
Since :tovrii came to stay,
&.
'I iie f!h f and his assistant!
I lave learned th* Boavtl war*
Of inakin; Soups and Sauces*—
Delicious Bouillon, too;
! That's ss hy the work is easy.
And they're so quickly through.
B0VRIL
mu*
▼Kb tor/
Poetry.
"Why ore peat* *0
atedr asked tha yoang
hair.
"Weil," aaawered Mr. Comraa. Ifi
thla way with a piece ef poetry: If yo*
can't understand It yon don't car* to
ratd It, tad !( yaa eta understand It
yaa UvMt any raepect (ar If
Is the most useful and convenient assistant to the
cook In preparing rich and dellciously flavoured
soups, gravies, entrees, etc. One teaspoonf ul to a pint
of soup produces a marvellous improvement In flavor,
strength and appearance
» ♦
. t
Th* Drama Today.
Managtr What bav* yaa get ta
*t tight comedy?   Let me
yaar iaaaaa>-rlpta.   Playwright-
I d*a*t happen to bav* ujrthtag ah
bead yast aaw, hot I*H o-rtto yra tee
•r vara* tad brlag thaa ia tMa tftar-
Weathcr Rtpor1
The following is the register of the
thermometer for this month up till today at the Goverrment office;
Max. Min.
January,      1, 9t 3°
"   »   *'   2, 12 a 8a
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8,
22 a
16%
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36a
13 a
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READ THE TIMES, $1.00 A YEAR
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