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VOL. 8-NO. 18
GOLDEN,   B.  C.       SATURDAY,.      MAY    2,      1908.
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THE BIG STORE.
WILL   COHNCE   GFERATiONS   M3i.JY.
$1.00 PER   YEAR IN AD\ ANCE
THE  UVERSEAS MAIL
SNAPS IN SHOES.
A NEW ARRIVAL OF BOYS SHOES
THAT WILL ATTRACT YOU:,
IDVS PEI1IEI  BUS $1,75
"     Mil    BUS tOt
pair,
Few odd sizes in Br js grained bale at $1.25 per
These for hard wear.
SPECIAL IN MEN'S CASHMERE
HOSE FOR THIS WEEK.
4 for $I.OO
The C.R.L. Co's s.w-mill will commence operations on Monday, 'll'is
mil. which was just recently built has a I "V "''
capacity ol 150,000 feet every tan hours
and ,t run day and night it would cut
iJOjOiXV'O;) .aet of lumber in a st-ason. |
The overseas mail fast service givtn
('., P. R.   system with  the At-
lanticand  Pacific Empress  liners and
the Canadian Pacific  railway   carrying
the mails between London   and   Kong
The main building is 75x'iOO, with a j Kong is to be continued. It was fear-
' planer room ?5xlU0 feet. Iha boiler ied that when the subsidy of ^5,000 a
/.ouse contain.-, a battery ot BIX boners, ! ye;"' for lti" v'• P" K' Stilvice exl il-ed
and power supplied by a pair of 20x2i''" Julv ^ wotild n,jL be renewed. Ad-
engines, with. 48 inch oriving belt. | v-c«s h«ve been received irom Ottawa,
The planer.rqom is drivan Ly u 12x16 j thouKh- lhat the imp™'3' authorities
engi.ie. Tne company have also i„. i have reconsidered their decisicn lo dis-
sta.ed a double cutting band saw and I continue the subsidy.   The amount now
H.   G. PARaSON.  LIMITED
Wickes gang,   aiso a circular saw to
slab for the gang,
paid, however, will b.i reduced.       Thi
advices received at  Ottawa are to the
This mill contains every modern im- effect that the British government has
provement-    I he  builuugs   are   completely sheeted with iron.
SUSTAIN   PRICES
A largely attended meeting of the
Mountain Lumbermen's association was
/.held in Nelson on Monday. A very full
discussion of the general situation of
the industry took place and the matter
of supply and demand was fairly considered. It was asserted by a large
percentage of the lumbermen that they
did not intend to startup their mills before the end of May or until the crop
conditions in the north-west were very
further advanced, and some idea could
be had of the harvest.
In any event it was conceded that the
output would   be considerably under
their limits within six months and cut-
AVALANCHE   l-\   QUEBEC
BuciUavartAM, Que, May  l.-A terrible  disaster occured   early   Sunday
agreed to continue the payment of a
substantial subsidy, though notas much
as is now being paid. One condition of
the imperial subsidy is lhat the Empress steamers are to be used as
auxiliary cruisers, or for what othir
imperial service is desired, in the event
morning at Notre Dame de la Sallett, a I of war. Whether it is made a con-
little hamlet about lb miles northeait'dition of the continuance of the service
from Buckingham, by which over 10 j that a faster schedule must be main-
p>nnle l^st their lives.   The  hamlet is | ta'tied U not known.
•itueted on Llevre, at the foot of a hiil
and about 5 o'clock in the morning,
j when most of   the villagers were in
An effort to make a new maik for
the voyage across the Pacific o, ean, the
record for which is now held   by   the
occured.   An enormous mass of earth ' tome years ago ran from Yokohama to
and snow rushed down the mountain
side and engulfed several houses with
all their occupants.   Owing to I lie  re-
Victoria in In days and 10 hours, is to
be made by the R. M. S. Empress of
China which left Yokohama on Friday
mote location of  the hamlet and  the i nt noon, one day late.   The white liner
ting 100,000 feet yearly for every square their beds, a tremendous landslide | steamer Empress of Japan, which
mile of timber land held under license.
This was felt to be an injustice as theie
was no market opening of any extent
in thi northwest and in all probability
there would not be until such time .s
the harvest in those provinces had been
secured. Hence a strong resolution was
passed against the proposed action and
a petition memorialising the government, is being drawn up praying that
such action be deferred until the conditions of the market warranted such
enforcement.
G.   O. "Buchanan, president of the
Associated Boards of Trade, addressed
feet that it has n«ither railway, telegraph nor telephone communication, details of the catastrophe are very hard
to get.
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BURIED   IN    SCOTLAND
London, May l.-The  funeral  services of the Church  of England were
solemnized in Westminster Abbey  at
that6f last year, both as to logging and tne meeting upon the subject of forest n0Dn Monday over the body of Sir Hen
as to  manufacture.     The stocks on preservation and kinered topics, bis re-
hand were all produced under conditions marks being listened to with freat jn_
of high pried labor and it  was gener- terest.
ally stated by the lumbermen as a well
known fact that there was no margin
of profit in selling fehis lumber at
present prices, especially when together with the cost of labor are considered the high rates of interest and
the fixed charges accumulating on
stocks car.'ied over from last year.
Hence there was no change made in tht
presont price list. Prices are though
likely to be firm with a probable advance in the near future.
A strong delegation from the coas:
mills attended the meeting of the
Mountain lumbermen in the afternoon
to discim the acticn of the Dominion
government in regard 'i C . ss 12 of t e
Timber Regulations Act
BASEBALL CLUB ORGANIZED
A meetir-g was held in the Kootenay
House Parlor on Wednesday evening
for the purpose of forming a baseball
Jlub. Sam King was voted to Ihe
■thair.
Much matters were brought up before this meeting and dis jus; el It
•vas first decided to get the necessary
thing* to start with, such as bats, balls
mitts, etc, and to purchase the outfit
from Jack Buckham.
The folhwing officers were elected:
E.W. Griffith, President, S.F. Moodie,
This insists Vice-President;   Wm.   Houston, sec-
vvas scheduled to sail from her anchor-
ago within ihe break-water at the
Japanese port at neon the previous day
and she is just 24 hours late in starting
i.er trip across the Pacific, lt is in the
effort to make up this time that the
steamer will try to place a new mark
for the trans-Pacific run. The Empress
of China last summer made her best
time, coming wilhin two hours of the
t me made by the Empress o? Japan
ry Campbell Banr.erman, , he late prime j many y^v. ag0<    lf  conditions are
minister of Great Britain, who died on favol.able)   it js expected   lhat   lhe
April 22, in   the  presence of  a  large
gathering   representing   the politic. 1
life of England.   Afler the services a
short procession moved from the Abbey
steamer will break her former record.
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A   THOUSAND   LaVES    LOST.
to Euston station, whore a special train
took the coffin lo Scotland.
The "Times" would be glad for news
items from all points in the Columbia
Valley. We want to make our paper
welcome in every home, and our patrons
Probably a thousand lives lost, a
hundred or more poison* injured and
many times this number painfully hurt,
together with a property loss running
up into millions, uie the results of tho
tornado which swept ov.r Oklahoma,
Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia last
Friday and fcaturuay,cutoff communi
ty understand that our interests extend cation between the cities of ihe  soui
en license holders erecting a sawmill on Treas.
from one  end of  the  valley   to the
other.
THE UNION LEADS, other follow.
SMOKE A
happy.
UNION CIGAR,   and be
and t.ioiigiu about chaotic conditions iu
many smaller town.
Mississippi bore the brunt of tlie
etorm. Reports irom that state indicate that the lofcs of life wnl be by far
the greatest wilhin her beruers.
The number of deaths in Mississippi
alone is estimated at about 600, witli a
taousand or more injured. *3i   JC3s7
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public interest. Communication!
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by name of writer, nol necessarily
for publication, but us evidence of
goud faith. Correspondence should
be brief.
SAlURDAY,      MAY
1908.
LIBERALISM
Tbe following from the Toronto
Globe, is a lino definition of Libsralism,
and is tbe very reason why lo-day the
Libirals aro btiiiy- fought .outh and
Hull uy the clusses and corporations
w.ij believe in no rights except taose
defined ijy tneir boards of directors:
"Liberalism" makes its apptal noi,
to any class o.' creed or private interest, but to the great body ofjthc people.
ft stands for Uie fundamental lights of
free citizenship, it is on princ pie
opposed to cla;s legislation, lt resists
t ie encroachments of tiie powerful few
upon the liberties and opportunities o.
thi Uiiprote;ted many, tt knows men
not by their religious faith or ih;.r
hoc.ai standing or their commercial
atii.aations, but by the fact of t.ieu-
citizensriip, and its supreme concern 1
for thoje great interests of life in which
trie average man haj most »t sta.c.
The giuut struggle for government by
tha peopie was and still is tho'jxpiess.uii
oi .aie Liberal creed and the jusi-.i.-
cition ot the Lioeral pn'ty.
11 wao Liberalism that gave political
e.uruiichiseiiient to the average n an.
Time was in Canada, and not so long
a.jO that it sliotid be forgotted, when
o.iiy the privileged classes enjoyed the
fail rights ol tree c.tizens, anu lt Was
aganiot ihe autocratic arrogance ot
the Toryism of that cay, winch expressed itseit in tiie law-protected priviiegts
and perquisite, ot its tavored I'rieuQS,
that Liberalism in Canada won us first
v,clones and came to its own. 'lo-day
the selfish spirit ot clUa,s privilege finds
expression in loiinv more vulgar, in
iiioiiupoliuo more sordid, cut it is 1,0
less dangerous to the r>bnts of thu
average m..n ..uu no le3s a menace 10
the puolie wea . And the oiu limelight
for the common rights o; ihe people ia
Etill on. in that lig'.t all true Liberals
have a share.
Aud these rights of the average man
cannot be preserved inviolate txcept
by the alertness and vigiiance ot u^ae
who iiijoy iheni. tno infallibility ol
politician:, ur of 1 iir.i.in.e.its ia no.
with 'KMc'ty i.e taken ior granted.
Even nun whose proiessed principles
are Liberal i,re sometimes b:mdeu to the
real character aim oear ng ot measure^
they auppjit, or are seduced irom
strict adneren*e to the gen.ral good.
If that iuippenj with them no one neeu
be surprised at cjmpromises and betrayals on the part of men who hold no
such views on public rights."
Drinkwater, afsistant .o the president
of the Canadian Pacific Railway, am J},
one of the oldest anu cjsi known ol
Cinapinn U.iiiu..j oihcia.s, dita at n:s
home here last Friday i.horlh after 8
o'clock, after a .,.:.>-S. ui oniy 6 days,
iioui pneumonia. He has been suffer-
I ing trom a severe coid for soveral weeks
which developed into double pneumonia
I 1
I an 1  [rem   ii,e   . .~t ...^r*  was lituc
! nope, ut ins advanced age of Ob years.
I    The ueceaseai   waj an   0.1.gi.simian,
ana.a,., serving in suoOldinatu ea-
1 pacitic. en v rioi.s English rtaas, came
j lo ca.i.'t.u in -j.-., a..J ....o.'e.ithe -;.ll
I service as private secretary t., ur Jo.iii
I A. tviajaoJald, then prime m n:stir of
j Canada. He held Lh.s position kr ten
I year.i and left it .0 become assistant to
I the  genera I   manager 1 f  ihe  Gr^nu
Trui.K Railway. When in 1881, the
I cuuadianPac.lij Railway Company was
xonutd, Iv.r. Drinkwater wts appointed
kccrataiy, whi ii 1 like he held until the
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uA it i* ie>sdy teg vj*j. (J
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ard fight. rr". hui d'n^ | /ai iccup'erl
jointly by the city, the West Kootcnny
ldtiioi! March last, when i.e retired | & Light company and the Nelson Tram
fi'u..i the office lo   become assistant to
tne president and parliamentary agent
01 tiie company at Ottawa and Quejec
Ever since the formation of the C.P.R.,
iVlr. Drinkwater had been its d plomat.c
way company,   "helcsi ff the  Wf?s
Kootenay Power and Liget company, is
transformers,    switchboards, etc., is
placed at about $12,000, while *he joint
agent af Ottawa, and lm was a notable loss of the city and the tramway Co
figure at ti.e capital for ihe past
quarter of a century, frequently appearing before the railway committee ot
parliament, lie was greatly respected
in railway circles, and his dea.h is .11-
gretted dike by the officials of the
C. P. a., and a wkie circle of lai.way
iriciids.
A   UOuD    PARODY.
wi'l be about another $12,000. The loss
's fairly eoverad by insurance. The,
electric light and all power was turned
off the city Saturday, but the g..sj
nnrnpany's plant by a little extra pres-
sure was supplying the city with all
nec«S3ary light.
Breath«3 there a n.an with soul so
dead that to himself has never said:
My trade of lote is getting bad, I'll
try another half-page Ad, If such
there be go mark him well, For him
no bank account shall swell, No angels
watch Ihegoldeii stair to welcome home
■a milliynaire. To such a man the
noisy din of traffic may not enter in,
for bargain seekers by the score shall
pass, nor hi<d h s dingy door. Treat,
1 ghtly friends let no rude sound distuib
his solitude profound.   So let him live
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been making for upwards cf fi.ty years.      j
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RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETC. J
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Chicopee Filing,
Muss., U.S.A.
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THE   GOLDEN   TIMES,   ofTer     the    ||
Best Service in Plant,  Stock and
Workmanship that the most exacting
u calm repose, un.,oughte^eptby men j ^^ reqnirei
he owes. And when he dies you plant
him deep, that naught may break his
dref-.Tiing sleep, where no rude clamor
may dispel the quiet tbat he loves so
well; and that the world may know its
loss, plant on bis grave a wreath of
moss, and on the stone above: H«re
lies a man who would no,; advertise.
FlitrJ   A'l   NELSON.
Nelson, Ap.ii 157. i'art of the city
power ond ngi.t subssiition was dti-
troyed by fire Saturoay morning jiu:
before the noon hour. Il is supposti
that the siariinir of one of the streei
cars frum the b.ans caused the collapse
of an overheated-switch at the substation; the bottom flew out and the oi
took fire, the blaze spreading rapidly,
All the frame portion of the building
was destroyed, but the brick addition
was saved by the fire brigede after a
Why Send Orders Ecst?
When local printers make a standing
offer to furnish Commen lal Tiintirg
at the priies now paid to olT.ccs in the
East.
The Bills Are Pal.
by Golden citizens, but ihe itationcry
on which they are rendered is printed
in the east.
Why not make new customers at
home by havine ycur printing doae
here?
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f'i       l*-rh»pN vcurtiiv—niece
P p has n.<t bee:-. g\v'< »f coin-
|j pU'j aatiVai'Jio.1 cf liate.
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THE GOLDEN TIMES.
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Matin in Canada i* m
VO.l C'U.pj ,'<1 fur <vi>; i.
ii.-.'Jj. an in DJajuoiiil
ll-.!,, will, ,!.« r,<a.uir
•n.Hi'afaal fii>:l!i!ia»—.
»,i.l >n Vvi'.f cei'Mtry ot
*Aa)artani'tf.
A wooiien box in wliich
to null your wat.:j« to us
w^! be sent yon free on
request.
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THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN,
The Dominion exhibition to be held
in Caigary June 29th to July 9th, is
being rushed toward completion as
rapiily as Manager Richardson and his
staff can accomplith it.
'i here are over one hundred and
thir.y-five exhibits already Looked jn
the various buildings. All the spac. in
these has been taken up, and applications are coming in by every mail as
Well as by wire. The demand has become so urgent that the manager has
decided to erect three large tents ittx
66 feet each, and to form them into
one for exhibition purposes to accommodate those who were so unfortunate as
to have failed to secure space in the
othe  buildings.
The work on the buildings and
grounds is progressing satisfactorily,
and everything promises to be in readiness on on opening day. The space
outside allotted for restaurants and
similar purposes, has been eagerly
snapped up, evidencing the fact that
these shrewd people anticipate a laige
attendance.
From the enquiries and letters of
congratulation received in the office,
there is great interest being taken in
the proposed daily fligh ;s of Strobel's
airships, and the other high class attractions which will feature the exhibition.
The horsemen all over the country
are taking the liveliest interest in the
race meet which is a part of the exhibition part of the programme, aijd
the succe s of tl.e J aces is air aJy
assured.
Word is reaching the exhibition offices every day, showing that the boards
of trade and agricultural societies having in charge the district exhibits, are
all busy getting their displays gathered
together and the competition in these
will be both keen and interesting.
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George Torney made his escape from
the city lockup  at Trail   in   regular
sensational uime novel  style on Satui-!
day evening, says the Rowland fcl .i.er. | ■
lie lock*d the policemen in the kitchen, i
got out tl.roug'a tbe ofl.ce,  anu, wi i... j
on lus way io liberty, bu made a young   i
lady dismount from a horse ahe  vmi>'j
l'.dnig-  ana   mounting   tne steed   Wus j j
soon on U:eother »ioe oi llio Loui.uaiy j
line. B'i here Was Only o.ie ciarge ava.ii.it I
mm before, oul now lie will  be com-,
P-ued to luce wu others, jan breaking
i
anuuorse stealing,   wneii  ne   io cap-:
tortd.
Torney was examined anu committed \
to iNeisoii on fautul'Uay to s.und triuiat!
tne us.iz.'s loj-uupusiug ol ins piopu-.y I
to ueil'UUd a.ls cJa.uii.01-o.
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For Sale
On tlie  iotii   inst uie  first oi  the
charges iiguniot •oapt. u. L. teller  of j    A few Cords of first class dry W'oco
Wisconsin capital will prosecute the
undertaking of the Bull River Power
and Co., to install a 10,0)0 horse power
elestric system at Fort Steele.
stealing checKs litjin the United otat-
-o government was heard in Chicago
and capt. Kener  ueijUitteu.
The judge Withdrew Uie ease Irom
the .ury Saying tnut no jury wouid return a verdict ot gubty in sucn a
case, luHi.i.i^ tnut blank checks were
not valuuDu , ivpei\y--wbi.ni was Mr.
i.luciutyre's tuiitention before the
courts nere.
Kelier's counsel is Wm. A. Adams,
of the Chioa«*o our.
UiieKeiio charge'ex u.tering forged
cheCK„ nas yet to ut uispoted of.      i
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Undi>r orders,, a railway tomniission
inspection s ..o.v ^.o.iiji uoii on every
railway sUt.on in tne uojiiiiion with
tno objj.t oa learn a,, whether the ..c-
c^mmodation provided is what the
public are entitled to receive, and to
see aicO that auilivays are complying
with the law regarding tne publication
i f iiie freight tariff and the maintenan. e
of notice boards for the announcement
of trains.
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now past due, and the publisher will appreciate your
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Confectionery,
To'aaccos and Cigars,
i    Meals at all Hour.-,   Jus received
•hipaiant of Okanagan ApplfS.
JHE   GOLDEN   TIMES,   offer     lhe
Best S.eivice in Plant,  Hock  end
Workn anship thai the mest exacting
could require.
Why Send Orders Etsl?
When lo'',.] printers make a staiidinjr
offer to furnish Ccinmeriial Iiinlirg
at the priies new paid to ifi'icf in the
jilttst.
The Bills Are Paid
by Golden citiions, but i I.e stationery
on which they are rendered is printed
in the east.
Why not Riake new customers at.
home Ly having jcur ] lii.liig tu.*
here.
THE GOLDEN IKS.
AT THE CHURCHES.
Of IlV.ll
.'limed tlio V*w-MriB
■ Soups and "autres-
icious Bouillon, r#o
».v,
•  ■> A        A)
\ i Mk'&k WSsI'hat'iiwhv
_y/ 3^a
9r3
lhe \'.'o,rk i*ir-i*r,
.•y're su .jiiivikly tluo«
"   t B I'/ tf ll
13 the mo«3t usorul a-i-l co".vc',-,ieht e'..«''*»'«,!,t to Mi*
cook In preparing rich «*>,ki deliciou-«y flavoursd
soups, gravies, erlrees. ♦.■to. Ono te.-,sp''.«Wu| to a pint
of soup produces a mai-wii'lloua lmprovc*»*<-r»fc In flmvr,
strength and appoaranca
LW3   •
■ >.'. •■, I,; Xt; v.cin -Rev. C. F.
Yates Vicar. Matt'ns 11 a. m. Evensong 7:30 p. m. every Sunday. Sunl..;
School 2:S0 ]>. m.
|'M> n Cathouo Church—Rev.
Fa'her Cocolla, 0. M. I. Paster. S r
vice.-. ev*ry second Sunday in euch month
j Mass 10 a. in., Benediction 7:80 p. u.
, Sunday School overy Sunday at 2 p. n\
St. Andrews PRB3BYTBRUN'-Rev,
| W. L. MacRae, Pastor.   Services everj
j Sunday 11 a, m. anil7::IO p. in.    SuikIii;
School 2:30 p. m.   Prayer Meeting eve r
Wednesduy evening at 8 o'clock.
Gracs Methodist ('Haucii-itev. T.
L. Carpenter, Pastor, Services even
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. y.\
Sabbath School 2:30 p. m. Prayci
Meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. ro.
'LJ$te/**mimP.''!'.^88^" -^^
!THE"riME8"F0RNEW3.
r
"Cut-oMoore" v/Uh a 5TEVENS-
best thins{ornKrowlnp;boy I
Learning to slioot .veil and
acqoliincqua.ltlssof )
SELF-CONTROL,   nHCISION, AND
MANLINESS
•stall Jire lo: "EVENS FIIUSAKMSEDCCAI10N.
Die your t:.iler for Stevens Rifles—
lotifuns—Piatola. Insist on mir time.
i io'.viI maho. It you cannot obtain,
0 Dhlp diroot, oxnrcng nroprtlil, upon
scolpt or Oataloa Price! -
l.i tittyou wuntt 'kiiowol„i tthttSTGVjUNS
.-.<1 i.i liOPaffolllaatratotlC'iataiofr, Stal.,1
::r ri' (s In .lamp . to pur post rb. Deautt-
':. O'tJlnf Jlflnirev— 1ao dcoaralion fur yoiir
or. I„l, rnnn—ihbIIi- I f r II cont. in ,la,n|.«
Ch,
:tevens ARMS & TOOL CO.
P. 0. Box 4097
icopco  Folia,  Mass., II. S. A.
i i Tfrft   TIMES,   GOLDEN.    B   C,   MAY,   2,    1903.
The Toggery^
Come here ior
MENS FINE FURNISHINGS
,1EW SHIRTS AND NECKWEAh
LATEST .-.SlCi*S IN FANCY KOSt
"RCiALTY" AND "WOODSOr HATS
Summer Underwear
yTTf-r-ar-TY-a-VTV-?-*
H. N. REID <a COMPANY.
OPPOSITE   THE   KOOTENAY   HOUSE.
f
•$*
LOCAL
NEWS.
JfrtC^
I -.t Wa> a, j. 4^. a^la^J'.^.I^W v£. 1. "J
'b<Jib,4.
Frank McDonald
of  Palliser, i
was ii
town
this week.
Ed.
Robinson has
left for a trip dnw n
the Bush River.
Miss. L Conner,
lift  Mo.it'ay
on a
three
w.eks visit t"
i'ield.
ll. J. Starforth  is down from thi
Monarch Mine this week.
Fran1;- Ashdown h;;s returned from i
visit to his old home in Ontario.
The Lun.ber Lo'i iiew boat is now
ready for the machine) y,
J. E. Griffith, has left on a business
i rip t.p country.
Doat
tak Milk ai   fehtf
at
aaa.. «!    ■ .*anis*nr»ij?.>.-Ji«r«•-TBawiawiaaj.iug.^art^jBE.--■
iV.ilk in any form taken at night is apt to cause
digestive disturbance. Your night's rest is not refreshing. To appease hunger, or mer;ly for company's sake
"BOVRIL," in the form of a bouil'on. or sandwiched
: bread and butter, * .excellent.
After thi3 light supper you will sleep well and awake
refreshed.
SPECIAL CLUB? NG OFFER
THE
Western Home Monthly
**!*■ O
_$m&
HIS
-AND-
THE GOLDEN TIMES:
The Two for One Year for
Jpi
■  • Tlie Weitcr-i I hine MontMy liaa long h-rsii Kc^ntzsrl as t'le
greatesti'.l r.trit 11 limi r...:u. n of .VjJtjra Ci.iaJ.t ail I tirs.d Uf
over 35,00D(j r.iiescvcr' nw.it.-i,
It ccmta-.i:,s n we. I.'i cf li.at'i ■$ f.;ti >n, Cbitrrkb t r t:i h and
women, able tilLifci. oi Icjr'i.a nibj c'r, wl.ile itit».c ttacfl (.un tn
.   drmrtments, under rp:ci.Ist:.i erJ l*,caciact» nro iitUiitbtins an J help*
1   ful o the n emb rji i ever-' lionie tii\l.\
Our suUciibersi.re urged to tike advunt.**   i ibu   '" ■- "
SPECIAL OFFER HOW
ADDRESS AOL OHO,IIS.   .0  Of,1   •Ki'lCE
NOTICE.
I htWaby give Notice fiat on9 month
after date I intend to apply to the
Superint indent of Provincial Police
for h retail liquor liceme at Spilli-
mac l-no Home, Spillimachene, B. C.
W. J. BARRY,
Spillimachene, B. C.
Dated, April 27th,  1908. my 2-4t.
Win. aiohimton, iiiul E. Cartwright oi
McMurdo, were in the city Monday,
on business.
Mrs. McVay, k-x'i Mon lay, on an extended visit to friends in Vancouver,
and California.
Miss. McCunn returned Sunday from
Vancouver, from attuning the
Teachers' Convention.
The C. P. ft. turveyprs are in town
this week, for the purpose of surveying the land where the Kootenay Central
will connect with the C. P.R. t.rsv-k
Work on the[new women'sward which
is a new addition to the General Hospital, was commenced Monday. Jas
Henderson has the contract.
Queen's Hotel.
Centrally localed and titled
with modern conveniences
Cosine unexcelled. Large
Sample room for Commercial traveller.-. The Bar
is stocked wi'li the best
Wines, Liquors and ( igars
RATES ?1.50 TO $5.00   PER  DAY.
J. C. GREENE, P KorRiETOR.
ii is He to
GET YBUR SUIT
The Concert held in the Column'a
Hall last Tuesday evening in aid of the
Methodist Church was a great succese.
In tne neighborhood of $50,00 was added to the church fund.
Dan Kimpton's new house opposite
the residence of E.R. Pughe, is rapidly
taking shape, and, it is stated, will be
completed by the 1st of June. Wa'.t r
Dainard i.as thn com:act.
The May Day .lane.: held in the
Columbia Hall last evening, by the
Girls' Basketball Club was a most
successaul one. a.uere were about 25
couples present and all had a jolly time,
M. Mitchell, met with a very painful accident last Saturday afternoon.
He was engaged in repairing the flume
of J.W. Conner's, and ih trying to move
a sharp piece of slag near tho new
smelter, the rock in some way caught
his thumb, inflicting a wound 2 inches
long and J of an inch deep. Dr. Taylor
had to put in two stitches
A   TRAMP
Old Lady (who had given the vramp,
a nickel)- Now, what will you do With
it?
Hungry Hobo—Waal, je:s-i, :..um,
ef I buy an auto, there ain't enough
left to hire a shofur. Sol guess i'l
get a schooner. I kin handle that meself
We received some news r.otes from
McMunio,'- running down One of our
citizens. We wonder what the moss
backs of McMurdo thinks the Times
is, to publish such stuff as this. We
threw the leiter in the waste paper
basket, where it should be. We are
not so hard up for news to publish such
things as this.
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 nevir
been m*rk-d. Come in while
stock is complete. Everything
goes regardless of cost.
Mathieson,
THE TAILoR.
SEEDS!,       TREES
PLANTS!
for  the farm,   gaiden,  lawn o
conservatory.
Reliable varieties ai reasonab'e
prices. No Borers. ■ l^o Stale
No fumigation to damagestock
No windy agents to annoy you.
Buy direct and get Trees and
Seeds that GROW.
Fertilizers, I'ee Supplies, Spray
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut
Flowers, etc.
Oldest established Nurseries on
the   IV (.inland of B. C.
•wijatalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY,
3010   Westminster Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C
GO   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
.A   TRBlBa*. .VJARK3
r>,™  -vim- DSOIQIMO
,.tiT;no rr-i.ilng a tketoh nnd description mri?
Cfuiniily iiscoruilri tv:r oiHUion froo wiicincr r.j
invention larro&Rliiyp.u.om.ii'iio. C.immunlcia.
tlons::rlctl7conildoiitr.jriiAHUl!CI0!<onl'ntc!;tl
aent frfio. oldest nironc? for socurfu' patent*.
Pctcnta tiion turounh Mutin & Co. receive
wpuMrMtce, without cbarsio, In tbe
I
^•>il»>L.lHJHUt1V> ^aDiivii^.ni*
A hanfiecmely Ulustratcd wcokly.  Largest circulation of cny sclontiflo Journal.   Ternui (ot
Camilla, ti.lo a year, postage prepaid.   Sold bf
all ncwsnler.lers.
MpNlCo»8'Bfi^NflwYork
Branch Ofllce, S& F BU Washington, D. ft

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