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VOL. J-NO.   13
.GOLDEN,   B.,C SATURDAY,.     MARCH    28,    1908.
$1.00 PER   YEAR IN ADVANCE
Queen's Hotel
Centrally located and fitted
with modern conveniences
Cosine unexcelled. Large
Sample room for Commercial travellers. The Bar
is storked with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
RATES $1.50 TO $5.00   PER  DAY.
J. C. GREENE, P roprietor.
NOi! 15 THET1ME TO
_      GET YOUR SUIT
Having bought the entire sto.k
of Tweeds and Suitings of the
late J. C. Tom & Co., I am prepared, at my own price, to quote
prices tkat will surprise you.
AH- of these peices are new, in
fact many of them had never
been mark. d. Come in while
sto.kis compkte. Everything
goes regardless of cost.
THE FINDLAY COLD STRIKE iS ALL A FAKE.
Mathieson,
THE TAILoR.
r
SEEDS
TREES
PLANTS
FOR THE FARM, GARDEN
AND  CONSERVATORY.
Rr-liable varieties al reasonab'e
prices.   No Bor*rs.   No Scale
No fumigation to damage stock.
N i windy agents to annry you.
Bu   direct and get Tree) and
,   Seed, that GROW.
Fertilizer-!, lie* Supplies, Spray
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut
Flowers, etc.
Oldest established Nurser >
tho  Mainland of il. C.
. sTaTCatalcgue  Frei.
I I HENRY
3010   We*lmin*t«r Road.
VANCOU   ER,   B.   C.
I S. Freeze, of Calgarv, who has hiid
considerable minim? experience in th.
west, sent the following clipping to ilie
Times this week, which is an interview
taken from the Vancouver Province,
and was obtained from Earl Dunl.avy
of Hazleton:—
"Last spring 1 grubstaked Louis
Mero, a prosrjector, wi o was going
into that region on his own account.
He came out last fall by Ashcroft and
wintered in Calgary. He is now on his
way back io the ingenika, travelling
via Quesnel. He will have to cover a
distance of over seven hundred miles.
Mero wrote me briefly that he had
itruch what he supposed to be good
ground. He said he had reached bedrock at a depth of eight feet, and had
found gold. The letter lacked many
details. Mero staked a claim for himself arid one for me.
"The indefiniteness of his letter,
prompted me to co-operate with Wm.
Ellis of this city in sending in two other
parties via hazelton . One of them
has' been instructed to return to Hazel-
tgn about April.1, and wire me the extent of the strike. If the news is favorable we will send in a large outfit with
horses and rupplies this spring. Mr.
Ejlis is ajs.o represented there by a
prospector named Fillmore, whom he
stttt in over eighteen months ago via
Edmonton. It would be unwise for.
people to rush in there until further
particulars have been . received. They
would be face to face with starvation
as there is no surplus of supplies in the
region. I don't think the number of
men wintering on the Ingenika exceeds
six or seven. Mero has' two partners
in his own layout. They have been
spending the winter whip-sawing lumber for the purpore of making sluice
boxes. The original discoverers of gold
in the district are two Swedes, and I
don't ever know whether they have
located on the Ing inika.or somewher.
el e." i
Mr. Freeze saw Mero while he was ii.
Calgary, and wrote to an old Klondike
partnerof his who was at Fort George,
who gave the following contradiction to
thesiory told by Mero.   . he letiersays,
"1 don't know it' Mero told you 1 had
not staked a claim. From this fact
y.u will he able to judge foryourseli
what I think of it. 1 will try and describe it so you will be better able lo
judge for yourself.
"The stream, McConnell Creek, is a
northwest branch of Ingenika, and is
nearly 100 miles up that river. There
W hn« gold all along ihe Ingenika, and
along bars of the lower part.
"The upper part from the lower falls
up is very rough and rapid, and full ol
boulders, but we were . ble to 'anoe
our stuff up to Goat I reek, « little
above the north fork, about 14 miles below their discavery. From Goat Creek
for four miles up, it is a partial canyon,
rut through suite. Here granite begins, but at thecontact the s.ate changes
into a mixture oi schist and marble.
The granite is broken up, and continues
to nearMcCunneli Creek.
"I supposoMero told you of our
prospo. ting. We did considerable, but
it did not amount to much as we did not
get bed rock. We get small prospects
in the top gravel of the channel we had
drained, but got less as we went down,
and it disappeared entirely at from two
to three feet from the surface. The
gravel is heavy ou the surface, bul
gets lighter as you go down. 1 did not
like the looks of it at all or the general
appearance )f the creek or country, but
of course it would not matter if tbe
gold was there; butl could not persuade
myself the way that it was. The grange, a little below McConnell, changes
into a green rack, massive and solid,
throurn this formation the creek flows
As far as I have seen, it is bare and
rough in the steep faces of the stream
I could not find the least particle ol
quartz in this rock anywhere, and I am
nelined to believe that the  liitle gold
(Continued on page 4.)
BURGLVRS (JAGGED
VICTIMS WITH SHEET. |
I Tiiamesvillk, Ont., March 20.-
About2:30 yesterday morning Messrs.
Howes and Brooke, who reside over a
jeweler's stove, were awakened   by a
[ndse.at the   door.   They called out,
wlienagun was fired, the bullet going
II rough the window, the shot being
followed by three burglars, who began
to lire in all direction*. Brooks and
H ;wes tried to e-cape, but were grabbed, tied and gagged with strips torn
from a sheet on their bed, after which
the robbers searched for money anr1
valuables. They relieved Brooks of $8
and Howes of his watch, and then made
their escape.
1h> "Tiims" would be glad fer news
items from all points in the Columbia
Valley. We want to mal;a our paper
wcl 'otie in every home, and our, atrons
to understand that our interests extend
from one end of the Valley to the
other.
The following description of ths
conntry editor's trials taken from the
Port Saskatchewan Reporter, is too
go'idto miss: "Editingacountry newspaper is a nice job. If we print jokes
we are light headed; If we don't we are
i't ssils. If we dress well we have a pull.
.If we stay in we should be out looking
Ifor news; If we go out looking for news
we should be attending to our work.
If we don't ask those in arrears to pay
up their subscriptions we don't need the
money; if we ask them they are offend-
d If we publish original matter people
ay we d >n't give them enough select-
r.s; if we c,uote from other writer.,
we have no originality of our owr.
Chances are somebody will be mean
enough to say we got this from an exchange.   "So we did."
OUR "SlCllf COLUMN.
The "Hosiery Club" met on Monday
afternoon, only three members being
present. Mrs. Getthere said the reason
so few were present was owing to the
terrible condition of the streets. Society
ladies would not come out and sit all
afternoon with wet legs,
Mrs. Bedford-Johns was surprised to
hear Mrs. Getthere make use of such
a;i immodest a id unladylike expression.
When a lady wished to refer to such
things she said "limbs", not "legs"
Mrs. oetthere replied that where she
came from legs were called legs, and
she did'nt care who knew it.
The meeting vanished. No refreshments.
Miss. Vere-de-vere proudly gave a
pleasing reception to her friend Miss.
Lucretius more antique of Beavermouth
on Tuesday evening. A most enjoyable
time was spent in discussing Easter
hats, and whether it would be best to
send to Eaton's, Simpson's or dear old
London.
Miss. Music Hall played stveral charming selections on the Concertina.
Mrs. Gosoftly and Mrs. Igott both
received on Monday. It was a copy of
the "Golden 'limes'"
Mr. Backwoods, one of Gulden's nice
young men, but of '.-ellknowr. baahful
lendencies, called on Mm. Bumpkin on
Wednesday evening to escort her to the
weekly prayer meeting.
An excess of timidity and self-
consciousness reduced both man and
maiden to the point of absolute silence.
But just as the steps of the meetinghouse loomed up, with fast rising
emotion and visible effort our nice young
man summoned up all his courage and
feelingly enquired:—
"Do you like stewed rabbit, Miss.
Bumpkins"?
"Yes" returns the maiden coyly.
The meet'ng over, there was aga'n
silem e on tha homeward journey, until
just as the electric light on the front
porch came into view, when with one
more mighty effort the reeourceful
young man a- ks fee.ingly
"Ain't the gravy nice"?
The young lady took a toboggan
sommersault over the front gate!
•••*•--.,-•
MACKENZIE KING
IN OLD COUNTRY.
London, March 20. -The suggestion
made by Canada that there should be
■o-operation between Great Britain
and Canada for the prevention of the
continued influx of Aindus into British
Columbia, wassympathelicallyreceived
in official circles here ar.d thar | seveiy
prospect that an arrangement satisfactory to all concerned will be had.
Mackenzie King, deputy minister of
labor from Ottawa, who arrived here
last week, has had lengthy interviews
with the Earl of Elgin, secretary of
state for the colonies; John MOrley,
secretary of state for India and the
permanent officers on the Indian district, all of whom realize the necessity
of doing something. ■•"3BS
THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN,   i.   C.,   MARCH,    28,   1908.
THE GOLDEN TIMES.
PUBLISHED   EVERY   SATURDAY
MORNING, BY-
T-H-CONNER	
Subscription price $1 in advance.
advertising rates on application.
Correspondence invited on matters oi
public intareat. Communication1-
to the Editor must be accompanied
by name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence ol
good faith. Correspondence shoult
be brief.
SATURDAY,   MARCH, 28,   1908.
REiRETAILE.
•"pHE    fo'lowing    "special"    from
*■■        Winnipeg has thrown a shadow
if gloom over the "sanctum" of the
'.Jolden Star":-
.. Winnipeg, March 21-(Special.)
—An enormous plant now being
used by the railway contracting
firm of Messrs. Foley, Welch &
Stewart in carrying out their contracts for double-tracking the Canadian Pacific Railway between
Winnipeg and Fort William and
. the building of the Thunder Pay
branch of the Grand Trunk Pacific,
from Port Arthur north to the main
line, will be shipped early r.ext
month via the C. P. R. to Vancouver. It will be ultili/.ed in connection with the firm's contract! for
constructing the Kitamaat branch
and a 100-mile section of the Grand
Tvtink Pacific east from Prince
Rupert. The magnitude of .he outfit is apparent from its diversified
character. It embraces s ores of
rotk drills for driving tunnels, steam
hoists, six hundred teams of horses
ten miles of track for dump cars
and over one thousand peddler cars
and carts, besides other incidental
plant.
This only comprises a portion of
the equipment owned by this firm
which, after providing for the wi rk
on the Pacific coast, still has enough
plant left to build the section of the
Grand Trunk Fadfic between Saskatoon and fdmonton, over three
hundred miles, besides a 120-mile
section of mainline west of Ednun-
ton. Most of the grading on the
first-mentioned section has been
completed.
With the equipment from points
east of Winnipeg will tome thousands of m, n who h ive been employed by this firm for several yeais
past.
Now if Messrs. Foley Welch & Stewart
had only known i f the Star's''Gateway''
what a different story we might have to
tell.   Too bad!
CONGRATULATIONS
WE take the earliest opportunity
of congratulating the Golden
"Star" on its improved appearance.
The last issue was quite a model of
''crawfish", "explanation", and
"decency." We are pleased to think
that the few sound spankings we have
M—>..ft—1>. A—ft.._i>—o)—O—>—ft—9}-.
m*iTI * * |f *' _f* ' _w "aP H 'j''j**^'*j' '^_m^_m'
GO   TO
H. C. Tom
FOR FRESH FRUIT
CONFECTIO* KRY
TOBACt OS and ( 1GARS.
'iven the little man have such a salutor
•ffect; and can assure him that tb
blows were .only given in lovin
orrection. We have no animosity
igainst the "Stai" staff, or its political
>"'ners, only the kindliest feeling; and
ir this reason we figuratively keep the
"Business-End" over our affectionate
itnee, with the slipper in hand.., but
poised in mid-air, and the descent with-
ao\i for the present.
THAT GOLD STRIKE
ONE of cur es', ee ned  fdene's, and
an aid-time citizen, has • drawn
his
opinion,
oi
our attention to what, in
might affect the future progress
Golden, namely, that of casting reflections bn the practibility of the water
route to the supposed gold find on the
Findlay. To this we dinnr. Anything that appears in the columns Of tlie
"Times" is there for the welfare of
Golden and the Columbia Valley generally. When we object to the "Star"
setting forth a: "through water-route"
from Golden to the placer findings on
Findlay River, we do to because we
know that it is a misleading statement
and not in occordance with facts. We
maintain that thsie is no ".hrough
water-route" from Gold.n to Findlsy
River. We maintain that such a route
as was described in a recent .tasue of the
"Star" is, at thepresenttime; not only
dangerous, but positivelyimpracticable..
And just because it is dangerous we
issue a note of warning. We have no
desire to see any res'dents of this valley
risk their lives in making such an
attempt. The day may come when
trails and  numerous  "portages"' are
for the tra: sportation of supplies, thai j
will enable prospectors to make such i
journey, but at the present time it woUlt
be worse than foolhurdy for anyone ti
attimpt to reach the Kindlay R'vef gold
piaceriieldsbya "through water-route'
irom Golden.
The great trouble is someone get
into ihe "Sttr" effice and pumps it;
cid:tor.ull of hot air, and when he i.
lUiltj bu.s.ing and bubling ovtr i
.itusi escape somehow; so he dashes ol.
a lot ol stuff, recently characterized a.
"damphool tommyrot," and sends i
north io his readers
N . w we have been n his valley moi e
years than the Editor  of  the   ' Star
tas ueen months, wth .v nw.'e inte.-e. t
iere ihan he has, or probably ever wi
.«ve; and what is for the advancemeii
..d well-being of  Golden  U for  oui
..vjiicttuent as well, and therefore ou
je'ct'.onto the "Star" sending  ou
eh stuff is because we   feel assure,
sat'it will only in the end do Golden ai
immense deal of harm instead of doinj
g' ol' The "Star" asserts there is ai
"a'1-water-route'V     and    .   proud'j
"c allenges anyone to refute the facts.'5
Now we are noti ver-burdened wilh the
void's wealth, but We will give J$l.
to the Golden Hospital if the "Star"
will publish in its columns an affidavit,
properly signed and sworn to, before anj
official for taking oathc,   of any mai
who ha    ever  made .the  trip  fron
Golden. to  Hazelton   on  the Findlaj
Rjyerbyan " all-water-route. "     ,
The affidavit to set
forth time anc
■ * ' ■      .   ..--', -
'date of leaving Golden, and time takei
to make the journey, estimated number
of miles travelled, and date of haulim,
up the canoe on the banks of the Findltj
River.
And we will fur.her give an *xtra
$25.00 to the Go den Hospital if the
Editor of the ' -tn" will himse.f
accompany the party ■ who he says n
shortly about to make tha trip;.and an
the "Star!' says the trip is one mor. oi
"pleasure" than of toil, we will therefore agree to pay the $25.00 to tht
H .spital if the Editor will only take the
first pai t of the canoe journey, namely,
irom Golden to the head waters of tht
(a oe River. We make this offer so
that the Editor, if he ever does return
will return a wiser and a better man..
BURGLARS GAGGED
VICTIMS WITH SHEET.
Thamesville,   Ont.,   March   20.-
About 2:30 yesterday morning Messrs.
made, over places at present impossible: Howes and Brooks, who reside, over a
jeweler's store, were awakened by a
noise at the door. They called out,
when a guri was fired, the bullet going
through the window, the shot being
followed by three burglars, who began
to fire in all directions. Brooks and
Howes tried to escape, but were grabbed, tied and gagged with strips torn
from a sheet on their bed, after which
the -robbers searched for money and
valuables. I hey relieved Brooks of $8
and Howes of his watch, and then made
their-ettcape.
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Patent, taken tlirounh Hunn 4 Co. receive
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A handsomely illustrated weekly. jWeost circulation of any eclentlflo Journal. Term? for
Canada, »M5 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by
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THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN.   B.
MARCH,   28,   1908.
PRINTING
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FOR A   GOOD SUPPER
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HOP LEE ,
Business
Houses^
THE   GOLDEN   TIMES,   offer     the
'      Best Service in Plant, Stock and
Workmanship thai the most exacting
could require.
KlKjSj.it, Orders East?   -
When lot-.il printers make a standing
offer to furnish Commercial Printing
at the prices now paid to offices in the
East.
flii Jills An Piit	
by Golden citizens, but ihe stationery
; on which they are rendered is printed
'
in the east. .,^    -•-'-
Why  not make new customers   at
home  by having   your printing doae
here?
Any time up till 1 a.m. Once
come will satify. Beef, chip
Potatoea.   Fresh  Eggs,    etc.
iikT THK   HAHI'I
HEALTH
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BRUTE STRENGTH.
Gr. Forks, B. C, March 21. Such
*<■ p| , of physi.al strength aa was
witnessed the other day at Toulou
^mountain, near Orient, Wash., on tha
Gr< si Northern railway, when Louis
Dubois, a giant Frenchman, in a life
and d-'ath combat, completely overcame an immense black bear is as yet
without parallel in this district. According to the report that has reached
here. Dubois and a young Scotchman
named Alex. Campbell were out cutting
cordwood when they came upon a bear|s
den and seeing what they supposed
was the bear's nose projecting the big
Frenchman, after some deliberation,
struck a savage blow at the supposed
bear's aose with his keen axe blade.
Aa soon as the blow was struck, underbrush and snow was flying in all directions, and ths two woodsmen now perceived they had mistaken the bear's
feet for the snout, aad the feet were
completely cut off. By this time the
bear had made a favage attack on the
two men Campbell, the smaller of the
two men, succeeded in getting out of
rea h, but the Frenchman, somewhat
conceited over his personal strength,
perferred a personal encounter with the
bear to ranning, Dubois raised his
heavy double bi tetl axe to strike the
bear, but in a twinkling ef an eye the
bear had raised his forepaw. which was
uninjured, and thnew th.- axe to one
aide, and the n«xt instant the bear had
Du' ois in his en bra e. It wss now a
s'ruggle for life between the man and
the bear. The man being f n adept at
wrestling, su ceed d in tripping his
antagonist, the biar falling heavi'y tc
th; gsound, with Dubois on top of him,
In this position the Frenchman actually
jMnnvk ths bear to the ground, holding
the legs apart and clutching him firm'y
by the throat By this time both man
and,bear ware literally covered with
feloiid from the bear's wounded foot
At this juncture two other woodsm n
came along snd wanted to dispatch the
bear with their axes, but under the
direction of the- Frenchm an they quietly opened an artery in the bear's neck
and let the animal slowly bleed to death
in Dubois' arms. When the mon all returned to camp and Louis Dubois was
thoroughly washed, it waa ascertained
that he had not even isceived a scaatch
Louis Dubois, the hero of this encounter
weighs 240 lbs and is six feet three
inches tall and is 28 ysars of age. He
hails from -he lumber camps on the
Ottawa rivor. The bear which mads
this savage fcttaek is claimed to have
weighed over SCO pound*.
SMALL BOY SAVED
BY ENGINEER.
Calgary, March 25.—fome men are
known by their deeds and an item from
Innisfail brings the news of a very
lirave deed done by Engineer Grab-
owiski, of C. P. R. engine No. 391
His promptne: s and presence ,'of mind
< jved the life of a yound lad named
Woods,a boy 12yea's ol'. <on of J. R.
Woods.
'•' I. !
The lad was ero. sing the nil way track
w li his schoi;' -ompaninns and Woods
ii trying  io r.n icois in front ot
witch •■r*;i" Hi, trippel and fell in
the riarhr of w»,v. The engine had too
much momemtum on to pull up and
Grabowski ran along the engine and
junpedon the f.o.lo^ri picked the
lad up in the nick of titine and |.hrew
himclpar. p vond a fiirht the boy
was uninjured.
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SMOKE UNION MADE CIGARS-
Our Special, "THE UNION"
"MARCA VJELTA" are ahsad
of others.
■ark Twin  in  Temperinci.
Mark Twain has this to say* about
prohibition: ,' ..,;£   U
"I am a friend of temperance, 'and
want it to succeed," said Mark, "but,;!,
den't think prohibition is practical.
The Germans, you see, prevent* it.
Look at them. I am sorry to learn
that they have-just invented a method
of making brandy out of sawdust.
Now whal chance will prohibition have
when a man who takes a .ip saw and
goea out and gets drunk with a fence
rail? What is the good o! prohibition
if a man en make brandy smashes out
of shingle* on nis roof, or^ftlie can get
delirium tremens by drinking the legs
Off ill*-kitchenchairs."
and
ENERGY
for you are to be found-in- a bottle of
Bovril.
"BOVRIL** contains all that is good
in beef. It not only feeds you but it
enables you to get the full value out of
your ordinary diet.   ,
Sold1 by Vbur Druggist and Grocer
in bottles   containing 1 oz.,   2   ozs.,
'..U. ■     ' 'It'   ■-
4 ozs.. 8 ozs., and   16 ozs. 27
s Wafltid.
To sell the Golden Times every
Saturday. Fer further particulara
Apply at the Office of the
I
That Watch,|
How  is if?
Perhaps your tira***!***.
has not beei'i'iv'af com*
plots sstiisfa.-t.ioj* of lata.
S it-i-.r . ,.i;Wi.h-
atanl ia I .'.mon ia a*
Sail a«|«iij>| Hvrw'trh
■eeda aa .« Diaaioi-.tJ
Hal., avitl, its r~a.\.'.f
enlarged facilities—
•nd i.a kail" ee-nery ef
experience.
A wooden box in which
to mail your watch to us
will bs sent yo*. tnrn oa
rstjasst.
fcYBIE BROS.
. i      ■ U**TTE» 	
IS4.IS0 YOiida ar.
tomato  .  out.
GOLDEN TIMES.
WELL   DRILLS.
For Oil, and Water Wells; latest
Lf)OMIS DRILL CO., Tiffin, Ohio.
AT THi CHURCHES.
CT.   PAULS ANGLICAN Rev. C .
* F. Yates Vicar. Mattins 11 a.m.
-"vensong 7:30 *>.m. every Sunday.
Sunday School 2:S0 p.m.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH-
Rev. Father Cot-t.))n, 0. M. I
Pastor. Sweices every second Sunday
in each month. Mass 10 a. m., Benediction 7:30 p.m. Sunday achool evrty
Sunday at 2 p.m.
ANDREWS  PRFFBYTFFMN
M acRae, Pastor. Sir-
vieea every Sunday 11 a.m. and 7:8
p.m. Sunday school  2:30 p. m. Prayer
Moetirg every Wednesday 8 p. m
6RACE 1 METHODIST CHURCH-
Rev. F. L. Carpenter Pastor.
Services every Sunday 11 a.m. and7:3*
p.m. Sabbath School 2:30 p.m. Prayer
Meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. f
(y
laULnju; Rora-a^iacrcBj
THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN.    B   C,   MARCH,   28.    1908.
The   |tora   with
the Reputation
*A\\i Big Store
Full   ValM    for
your Money.
SPRING  ARRIVALS.
THE WtLL DRESSED MAN WEARS
TOOKC'S  SHIRTS
WE CARRY A..ii)£ LINE IN SILKS AND CAMBRICS
COME IN AND SEE OUR SPRING ARRIVALS IN
HATS. TIES,  Etc.
EVERYTHING THAT A DRESSY MAN NEEDS.
H. G. Parsofl, Limited
LOCAL AND  GENERAL.
SMOKE A  UNION  CIGAR,   and be
happy. .
Jack Coffee, of Palllser was a viu or
in town this wt-ek.
Ed. McLennan, returned to the U ,
.Mine Sunday, after spend.ng a >y <«i.
holiday i i •.olden.
Mrs. Undtrhill and son, loft 0:1 .
short visit to Calgary.
li-iss. J. Hamilton was spending a fc\
days in town this Week, v.suing ..11,
and Mrs. Wm. Sutherland, unu leii 0.
luttsday for htr h .ne in Winnipeg.'
M. Ol f .on ieavts on  Sunday 's s a>.
for bpiiliiiiache'ie 10 work tn   ihe     r.
iJtarrnigan.
J. D AicTjormaCK left this vv.eek for
■Jalgary, on.bils nem. Mr:, A:cCorn..uk
accompaiueciilim. • "
0; D. .Hoaryof F.'e'd was in town thit
week, on business.
Mr.,. Gi*iK.rf Lawrence, leaves or.
Wednesday for* Three Valley,.to join hei
nusbanu.        '§
Jack Bulloch, who has been working
at Salmon itrm for the past year, returned honJPThursday.
Jack Dodd of Galena, was in town
this week, f*n business.
Mrs. T.*R. -jladdon, of McMurdo was
in town tlV
We consider the idee a good one. Then
fc'ill be a meeting at I:\i0 p.m. Monday
evening to ele t officeis etc.
THE UNIi'MaSADS, -tuer fol'.cw;*
We are sorry lo hare o announce to .
ojr readers tli.i week the-death" of
James A. Stocilfirt the genial and
mu h respected Lotel jroprittor and
wner of the Windeimere Httel, who
ed on the 17. h, n t, cf p; eu-noniit.
netxpect .ur I eartfelt.ayrrlpfcthy t>
lis family in their sadhcur oftereave-
nent.
Mrs.   D.
', nion, in
land-
Pokon,
1 -vLillli,;
and
.Vrs.
daughter  of
Wm. Suter-
Wm. Jore.and '
ed . 11   f a
Miss. Selk, scnoo!-teacher at Wapta
is in town visiting litr sister, ......
SMOKE- UNION,. MADE CIGARS-
••■■   Our   Special,. -'.'THE    .UNION;'
"MARCA VUELTA" are,ahead,
of Others, -dm <(» -..« .„-m...;.,  .,
' Walter Govett, "vho has betm running
one of tha pushers out of (gilder,. all
winter, wag transferred to Reyelsk ke.
Mr. Macinrod will fill the vacancy.
Mr--. Radley.and daughter of Wfpta
were in town this week, visiting Mrs.
T. B'ngham.   .'/'"' •":
Chas. Sholtz, left Thursday on a three
week's visit to his parentB in Leaf:,'
Al'.r. ' •••■*-"*;
The "Times" would be glad for* nevJs
items from all points in the Columbia
Valley. We want to make cur paper
web ome in every hpme, and our patrons
to understand that* our interests extend
from one end of  the   Valley  to   the
AyeiS'Were arrest-
a uidiiy   la. t    by  Constable
Teiirant.   Tin y appeared before Mag  -
.rate Griffith rnd were bt eff tn suspended te tonc.c.
■, .
I.'obt. Hsrt, was sentenced to 14 days
11 thu local gaol  for obtaining meals
Trorn Chin Bow withaut payment. .',
■  .-*?
Died at  Wilmer early   this   week,
Andrew Green an Old titner in the upjfer
•lountry.      , -  jf . ;
To s|and his trial for the muffler of
Louisa King, jybom ,it. .is alleged he
killed in his attempt to dynamite the
Canada hotel"_*$,# Niagara.'B-*, Vn
Nov lSdB?1 Antonio Ceddio, js now on
His way 'to"British territory. ?Ce|lio,
will, at the. forthcoming, .assizes -at
Greenwood on May26, be put on: trial
for the murder of Miss.  King.'..,,
HUT HI STRIKE IU J FAKE
' i
j^GflptiDued :rr"pm page 1.)
mlmJLm^ii ,.i,i<   i i ■'-...   ■   .-»--. u:»s-,.
Gap
Cannes, M.-rch 21.--peucer Comp-
ton Cavendish,- elghth -ike of Devon-
sh're, died here t-ii* morn ng .of  heart
failure.   He was, .born. July 23,
hnd was asm of th-
Blanch.;,   d^utriite •
Carlis'e.
Thedeath of the diAe leaves a .jjap
,in thi public Ufa of Gr sal Britain,] fori
although hi* "ithd'.'.'waj .from the
Balfour m'n:«''*y when Joseph Cham-'
berlin launched his fiscal policy,
estranged hi<n from a majority of fhe'
party, hfjsiill hmi a large following iii'
the country and was   president of the
Unft)h Free Trade, League  he. took
an-aetive paal inJJ)»'.;-.uniiai'.rn again-ii
tariff reform..; >Ie let the. Liberals dur-.
tog? the temporary
stone in.lSlft,
fused the premiership ufter the'Mid-
lothian campaign nf 1880. He was
agaiiVo'lfeWd the honor upon the defeat
of *oh*eTul*,'.but.a<-ain retused. .      $
Xhe duke has no family and the dukt-
dompasses to hisaephew, Mr.'Cavendish, who married a daughter • of -Lord
Lansdowne.   ■    . ?,»*  ....
?tire:nftnt pf 01adr
and.was offered,, but
wlthaSTEVENS-
aast thing for a growing bo/l
Lsarning io shoot well and
acquiring qualities ot ...
l^. SELF-CONTROL,   DECISION. AND
■It   <'u:~.mmtm* *■*.
gl do. to STEVENS P1IIEARMS EDUCATION.
tor Stevens Rifles^'
arfUldns to STEVENS F
"ill your' Dealer t
^•T'sriins—riatoJLs.
!# »■ r. -il. ihnke." • Ifi-
re-"*   SL\ll™
.'.; 'I" I M'TIPfti'is-l'latoJIs.  Insist on our time-
[id- I   J !1":'"''>'il'ih«lttV"Ityou caunot obtMafl
;   I l.o ship direct, cxr.rci.fl proimf.l. Upon
--*lpt of OatalonW '      A*tl^_Z
.,: .1011 sunt t 'knowsbo.itth.STEVENS
nl in '10P.ir.Illustr.tnlC.Ulor.   Hslbd
r r,i t.. ta .uaip< *» vy n>*j*y* ■*t»'i
u t.olor ltnpj-sr—liw denorstlSror joiir
' nr* '«ib room—niBile'il f r I. nntlln'stomp.
STCVEN8 AiUHs A fOOL CO.'
P. O.rjW-jOW .
•yhlcopMBa'alto,  Maaa., U.«.JV.
l—**7*W'
other..:   '*i\i)&':
Matsu Maru,  an  800 ton coasting
t?amer belonging to the Yusen Kaisha
line, TokiQj was sunk  early Monday
morning near Hakodate.   TlTe captain
'knd the majority bf 242 passengers and
of the crew, perished. - en «. 1
All but one of the linotype operators
and some floormeri of the Daily Telegraph, St. John, N. B., "omposing room
staff struck Monday night on a question
involving payment of back union assessment on the part of some of the men'.
The paper will be issued by' a reduced
staff.        - ' '""•'■*■•
A mining expert states that the Jed-
way Camp, 8n Queen Charlotte Islands,
is a pheriomental one, such wealth of
mineral only being, found once every
twenty years.. When proderly opened
the camp will be as extensive aridliftye
as grea- a prbducirif* outfit as either
Cobalt or Gbldffeld,' Nevada. •
■ ■■•* «*n
n,hos. O'Brien an native of Krin of
unlimited size was taken for a sleigh
■irivo to <he jail yesterday. He will
appear before Magistrate Griffith, this
morning for being drunk and disorderly
on the'afreet.      " »   •■■•*
Several of the hoys In' town ave en-
ileaverirp- to organize a football -club.
that is sprinkled IrJcUgh the gravel
has been .arried aroiig'kwith the gravel
from the north or northwest. Opposite
GoatCfeelt the slate in the steep face
is seamed with quartz, • veins, 'and we
'went up that creak and prospected for
a week but coiifdn 't • find any gold.    „,
"We rJlso spent some time on a
creek'about t'wo-itiiles below on the
same*s.o*e, with th*'same result. The
..owei*$art of thiBfifngenika seems to me
to be the* best looking country, lha .
rocks rekemble the Klondike seriej, but
theysay there is iiloth'ihg on the straams
there.1*" J       • ; "   :•
"j*'R)!n.<,wha. I know of the eountry I
would not go back to it or advise anyone ti. go there, although I would not
say that the boys would get/nothing—
still I doh'f believe they>fll* .It -is a
hard country to ge*f? 'into. ; It requires .
plenty of muscle and vifjof to ■■ carry,
provisions by ifther lann or water.
Peck horses are out of tWquestiali'."
ft
Peed' idr Sale: J
-   - - -      ■■'■'-'i'- i'JiTO?, TV; ..-
vt?iu,   ,.,,•« .     •,..•;,•:»:.
,;  I have choice upland
„ ,  prairie hilyanid Timothy
■ -   *!rtv*  ■-.i.c^-.f «,( :t, ..
USO'      '-"    ■   ', .  •;;.; ;
'■'vit-:
•A.41I
Oats, Wheat
to offer 'In caf
>i
■   .A \.y.
Idad lots;,:
"'MS
\S'i
Delivered, prices
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