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VOL 3 -NO, 1
Town (SI
District.
Write it 19081
Thos. Carey left Sunday for Edmon
ton, on a visit to his father.
The Public and High Schools will
re-open on Monday the 6th inst.
Geo. Willard of Wilmer is in town on
business.
The Kicking Horse, and Columbia
Rivers are completely frozen over.
Miss. L. Conner, accompanied by her
sister Miss. Katie, left Tuesday on a
visit to friends in Field.
Late last week, while a well known
and respected rancher was driving
about 20 head of cattle across the Columbia River, the ice being in a rotton
and unsafe state, gave way, letting all
the cattle in and unfortunately the
whole bunch was drawned, we undei-
stand the owners were A. H. Mitchell
of Brisco, J. L. McKay, of Sinclair and
J. Frazer of Galen. Moral -Look before you leap.
The Christmas number of the Western Home Monthly, just out, contains
eighty-four pages of Christmas stories,
Christmas pastimes, ideas on how to
make useful homemade Christmas gifts,
the whole beautifully illustrated and
encased in a handsome Christmas cover
in colors.
We desire to call Ihe attention of our
readers to the fact that we have clubbing arrangements with the Wester, i
HomeMontly. Those of our subscribers
who send in their subscriptions for the
two paper* now will receive a copy of
the Western Home Monthly Christmas
Number.
 ——o 1	
©Ije -Snlriptt Hi
GOLDEN,
SCHOOL REPORT.
Pupils making tomplete attendance
during the month of December:—
I Aia
Emilie Shaw, Garnet Avery, Court-
land Dainard, Gladys Walton, Willie
Gove, Nora Kenny, Hazel Sheirlock,
Olga Sheirlock, Dorothy Tennant,
Bertram Rutherford.
DIV. II
Beisie Nattrass, Charles Adams,
Katie Conner, Vivian Churchill, Geo.
Henderson, Florence Lawrence, Marion
Lawrence, Frank McCormack, Edith
McHafctie, Bertha "organ, Maud Maxwell, Marjorie Hambly.
 «	
MARINE AND FISHERIES.
The annual report of the department
of marine and fisheries for the last fiscal
year shows that the total number of
vessels remaining on the register of the
books of the Dominion including old and
new sailing vessels, steamers and baget?.
was 7,512, measuring 654,179 tons, being an increase of 187 vessels and h decrease of 15,646 tons, register, as com-
pared with 1905. In that year the number of steamers on the register was
2,810 with a gross tonaga of 375,263.
Assuming the average value to be
thirty dollars per ton, the value of registered tonnage would be over nineteen
millions. The number of new vessels
built during the year was 387, measuring 21,741 registered tonnage. Estimating the value of the new tonnage at
$45,000 It give* a total of over nine
hundred thousand dollars for
vessels.
THREE KILLED IN EXPLOSION HT  FIEED,
Field, B. C, Jan. 3. - (Special to the
Times.) Three mucker*named Maretti,
Paulo and J. Duffy were blown up and
killed in an accidental explosion of
dynamite in McDonnell & Gzowski's
grading contract, near here last Monday. The explosion waa due to stray
pieces of gelignite that had got mixed
with dirt on the grade. Scvei al gangs
who were working in the viciir'ly had
narrow escapes from the flying pieces
of rock which were hurled in all
directions.
.Following is the verdict of the
coroner's jury: "That tho deceased
came to their deaths by the accidental
discharge of gelignite which in our
opinion was not discharged over night
owing to the bottom portion of that
charge having been displaced by one of
the previous discharges, all reasonable
precutions appear to have been taken."
McMUROO NOTES
(from Our Own Correspondent.
Mr. T. It. Haddon had the misfortune
last Saturday to lose a cow out of his
pure bred stock, which was qui.t a
domestic animal, and was liked by all
the neighbors. The cause of her death
being unknown.
Mr. J. Croft was very lucky in getting a fine speciman of a lynx, which
these kind are rare to be seen in
valley.
the
THAW TRIAL MONDAY.
new
FOR   MAN   OR   BOY.
There is no mor* tuitabl* or appro-
ariat*pre;*nt than a famous stevins
MPLE, SHOTGUN *r PISTOL.   These well-
known aim* have been on the market
since 1864,   are guaranteed in every
way and anivenally conceded to be
absolutely i he best at popular prices.
"Oat-of-doors" with a Stevens is ths
inest developer for a growing boy.
Learning to shoot  well and- acquiring
■raalitiea of lelf-tontvol, decision and
manliness *•■• the invariable resul's of
a Stevens Firearm education,
Propresaivp Hardware and -porting
#oods Merchant* earry Steven* Arm* in
•tsckand can supply individuals at at-
At a special meeting of the Canadian
Pacific railway on Monday at Montreal
the directors authorized the issue of
new stock to the amount of $28,320,000
so as to bring up the authorized capital
of the company to $160,000,000. The
new stock will be issued from time to
time H s needed.
tractive prices. Insist on Stevens whea
purchasi g -there are no substitutes.
These meritorious weapons are manufactured in all sizes, gauges,   calibers,
weights, lengths, etc.
Send five cents in stamps to the J.
Stevens Arms and Tool Co., Chicopee
Falls, Mass,, for 160 page illustrated
catalogue. Embodies detailed descriptions and furnishes the most complete numbei of Christmas suggestions
a th* firearms line. Remember—whea
■•curing your gifts for the merry
Yule-tide season—a Stevens Rifle or
Shotgun make* a man of y*ur boy and
no mollycoddla! Adv.
New  York,   Jan. 3.— N*xt  Monday
the6th inst, Harry K. Thaw will be
called a second time before a jury to
make his defence to the charge of having murdered Stanford White.   It   is
said that there will be no further delay.   Thawend his attorneys are actively preparing a trial while in the
district attorney's office it has been
ready for presentation for some time.
Thaw i* looking forward anxiously
to the beginning of his new fight.   He
feels that all chance of further delay,
is passed, and will enter the   court'
room with the same confidence of acquittal which h«s marked  his attitude
from the first.   The work of securing
a jury will be more  or less   Iaboriour
and will occupy two  or three weeks.
It has been definitely decided that the
jury will be locked up throughout the
trial.
Mr. J. Dodd and Mrs Radley, returned from Golden on Sa urday.
On Sunday last a service was held in
the School House, Wapta, where an
excellent sermon was preached by Mr.
Collins, who took for his Text, 12th
Chapter and 5th verse of; Isaiah. The
Lord has done excellent things, this is
known in all Ihe earth. The room was
well filled. We understand that Mr.
Collins intends holding services every
Sunday.
Mr. W. Smith has been very busy
lately in killing off the coyotes, but ha*
still ..een able to make his frequent
trips to tell the news of his wonderful
experience near the School House.
Mr. T. R. Haddon, and W. Baumber
of the ttoiiey Plains were at McMurdo
on Tuesday visiting E. Cartwright
after putting their horses over t e
river.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnston of Nelson
Creek spent New Years day with Mr.
and Mrs. T. R. Haddon.
Mr. E. Hunter leaves to-day (Saturday) for Revelstoke, after enjoying
his trip to Wapta. Mr. Hunter is quiet
taken up with this valley. He intend*
coming back in the spring to take up a
ranch.
DRUCE
COFFIN
BODY.
CONTAINED
London, Jan. 3.—The Druce coffin
was opened Monday by the excavators
who found therein the remains of a
human body. This apparently explodes
the theory of some claimants who contended that Druce and the .fifth Duke
of Portland were one and the same
person and that the coffin contained
lead.
The Wapta School will be opened on
Monday J mi. 6th., when Miss. Ida
Collins takes her position as teacher.
Mr. James Pippy the champion tie
maker of Wapta is just recovering from
his sickness and will return to Mr. W.
Wright's camp in a few days.
We believe Jim is love sick, as he
was seen near the School House listening for the piano,
WANTED-Correspondents in every
portion of this valley to write local
news and send it te The Golden
Tines. THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN.   B.   C,   JANUARY,   4,    iH??,
sa ~r -——.-*fTr"g*i
THE GOLDEN rIIMES.
fcBuaaaDLviar satubdst atgol»ik
BY
Conner,
■ubttriptibn pric* $1 in advanc*.
Advertising rate* on applic*t*on-
Co»e»pondence invited on matters of
Public interest.    Communications
•o the Editor must b* accomP*nied
*»7 name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence of
8W>d faith.   Correspondence should
be brief.
SATURDAY, JANUARY, 4 1908.
UNNECESSARY PANIC.
IT is hard to believe that any actual
financial stringency really exists
throughout the West when one is
brought face to face with the figures
of the amount of money in circulation.
There are many who believe that ther«
never was any reason to complain and
that the apparent feeling of depression
came from the south and the east,
which caused a hoarding of money on
all hinds. It is a fact that the confidence of the people was shaken by the
Canadian banks when they sent 'out
word that all overdrafts must be'curtail-
ed and that paper would no longer be
negotiable except on the very best ot
bedrock securities. Thc| jank managers
protested against the attitude of the
people wben this news became public
and said that they were aiming at returning affairs to a healthy and normal
condition—real estate speculation being
the chief danger. What ever has been
the actual- causes of th* present
condition, which is confined not only to
Canada, but to many other countries of
.he world, will bo made dear in time,
and no doubt when ths actual condition
of affairs becomes known the progress
of the West, which has been temporarily
impeded i hrough a misunderstanding ol
conditions as they actually exist, will
resume the proportions of the past few
years. According to the crop returns
the farmers ar* better off this year
than last. In 1906, at the present
period, 115,000,000 bushels wsre shipped,
65 cents being the average price per
bushel. This year, although 24,000,-
000 bushels were taken, yet the farmers
received 80 cents per ushsl., representing $19,200,000 as against $16,250,000
last year. In other cereals the sums
have proportionately increased. Thus
more money has gone into ths farmer's
pockets in 1907, than in '06., by $3,600,-
000. These figures will show that there
cannot be a serious depression, and an
optimistic view of the situation should
be taken. Wild and frenzied financing
in the United States has been a primary
&T
For  -Sale
SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER
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THIS
THE
Western Home Monthly
 AND —
Ti GOLDEN TIMES-
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The Two for One Year for
$1
Th* Watcta Home Mont'Jy has long been recojniied a. tha
treatest iHuatated roms migaxi-ie of WeAaa Cauda an 1 ii reid br
over 35,000 (aniii.. every nwuil,.
11 contain, a wealth ut leac'ing fieri m, editorial, lor m-n and
women, able article, on leading subjects, wi ile its one dozen or nrre
dtparlmenti, under specul stin:'.rJ headings, ale interesting and help-
ful o tha membonin every home ekx-b.
Our subscriber, an urged to take advantage f thu
SPECIAL CFFER HOW
ADDRESS ALL ORDER* TO OUR OFFICt
A few Cords of first class dry Wood
«
-AT-
$5.00
PER CORD.
SEND IN YOUR .ORDERS NOW!
J.   W.   CONNER,       60LDEN,   B.   C
cause and people have became frightened nnd now are hoarding their money
at a time when their is really more
money ou hand than at any previous
occasion.
RESERVE Ul Tlie UK
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT
TAKES ACTION TO CONSERVE
NATURAL RESOURCES AND
AND TO PREVENT SPECULATION. '*  s
A reserve has been placed on allun-
staked timber of British Columbia by
the provincial executive, though it ha*
b**n under consideration for some time
The decision is in order that th* forest
wealth of the provins* may b* conserved and to prevent timber being
ataked merely for speculative purposes.
Ih all some 6,600,000 acres of timber
laad in the province have been staked
and the revenue from this for the last
fiscal year amounted to over $1,275,000.
Though the area ef th* total timber
lands of ths provinc* is estimated at
over 182,000,000 acres this is regarded
as an exesssiv* figure snd at all event*
that which has been taken up is either
ths most accessible or ths most valu-
aole.
The mere staking of timber does not
insure the maskeling of the product
immediately, as the licensee has 21
years in which to strip his lands.
Many of the holdings have been purchased by speculators who look to
turning it over and not to handling it
themselves. It is thought that the
new brder-in-council will encourage the
bona fide logger to purchase and manufacture the product, in this way ensuring a supply of lumber for che development which the province is undergoing
and will undergo in the approaching
years.
Premier McBride on being interviewed upon the announcement said that, he
satisfied that when the chief commissioner bf lands and works presented
his views to the people of British
Columbia there would not be twe
opinions offered as to the wisdom of
the move. Th* only end sought by the
government was what was best in the
public interest. They had demonstrated this in connection with the other resources of the province in the past.
Their chief endeavor in the pass had
been that ths resources of the province
should males a proper return to the
provincial treasury.
Tbe decision of the government has
been taken only after ths- moLt eareful
consideration.
In view of the depletion of tbe timber resources of Eastern Canada aa
the Eaatern and Southern States, th*
gov*rnmeut had regarded their pres
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IN  CAMP  OR   FIELD-AT
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
There Is always a chanc*
to *n]*y torn* shooting
TO SHOOT WELL YOU MUST 0E EQUIPPED WITH
A RELMBIE IIREARM: the onlyTchid we hays
Un mixing for upwards of flay years.
Our Lute: RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUN,
RIFLE TELESCOPES! ETC.
Ask your Dealer, and insist .on Ihe
STEVENS. Where not *ol<l by Bo-
taller-, we ship direct, ennrcM r>r<--
Pnld. npon receipt of Catalog price.
Mend lor 140 i'ucfc IIU»trnto<-
extant*, AntiidUpeiMablelioolt or
ready reference lor mun nnd boy
shootrri. Mailed ftr 4 teal. In
«t-rap.tocoTertMMtttire. Beairtlf>-t
•>n .elor linger Asrwsirdcd ft,,-
»lx «*etn« Is. sinroiis.
J. STEVENS ASMS * TOOL CO.
P. O. Box 4007
Chicopee Fall*,
Kerne., U.S.A.
ent move as advisable. Ample timber
had been staked to supply the mills of
the province for years to come.
With regard to the question of forest
protection Premier. McBride states
tbat the intention of the chief commissioner was to take ths utmost precautions tohave the forests thoroughly
protected as was poaiibl*. It seems to
be the general belief that all- (taking
made prior to yesterday will not be
affected by th* action of the government, but no title can be secured to
timber staked to-day.
Feed for Sale
I have choice upland
prairie hay and Timothy
also
Oats, Wheat
<&Feed
to offer in car load lots.
Delivered prices   given
ADDRESS
DC.   HOFFMAN
CALGARY, Alts,
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THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN,   B.   %    JANUARY,   4,   1908.
b...
POR   MAN  OR   BOY.
Thar* i* no mor* suitable, or appro-
friat*pro3*nt than a famous stevsns
•uple, shotgun er pistol. These well-
known aim* have been on the market
since 1864, are guaranteed in every
way and universally conceded to be
absolutely the best at popular prices.
"Oit-of-doors" with a Steven* is the
fciest developer for a growing boy.
Learning to shoot well and acquiring
ejualities of self-control, decision and
manliness are the invariable results of
a Stevens Firearm education,
Propressive Hardware and -porting
#oods Merchants carry Stevens Arms in
stcck and can supply individuals at attractive prices. Insist on Stevens when
fturchasi g -there are no substitute*.
These meritorious weapons aril manufactured in all sizes, gauges, calibers,
weights, lengths, etc.
. Send five cents, in stamps to the J.
Stevens Arms and Tool Co., Chicopee
'.Palls,Muss,, for 160 'pSge:.;iHustrated
catalogue.      Embodies   detailed descriptions andifuTftlshes.^ie tmost .complete numb*!, of .Christmas suggestions
■'in the firearms line.   Remember—whea
securing your* gifts, if pf .the .merry
Yule-tide season—a Stevens Rifle or
• Shotgun makes a man of 'your'boy and
no mollycoddle | ,,;  i ..... , Adv.
News of the
BULBS
from mm mm m
jipm
IK IIC^T|Mf 111
The,best! possible Christmas preseht
that could have come to the. people of
the Boundary was delivered when the
Grand Forks Smelteruiens' union and'
Phoenix Miners' union  decided to re
turn to work' at once at the mines, and
. smelting works of the Granby .Consolidated Mining* Smelting Company,.1.,
The men started in at the Granby
"mine last Thursday., and ajso^.at, Jhe
smelter.   In the cource of a week or
two the full complement should- be at
. work somewhere between 890 and 1000
'e^npjop^es. 'v!:'-'- ';■:.''.'■''.'%)        %..'"
The scale accepted is,, about 50 cents
per. day lower than that prevailing
When the minei closed on November II
on account of the low price of copper
and high- operating costs," It is a
certainty that 'the Granby will operate
at full-st capacityvfif 3000 ton? of'ore
shipped,and smelted daily, ai only on
thi j scale can the company make even
' a moderate profit on 12 oi 13 pur cent
copper.   :       • --      ,,   •...- ■,.. -,.
 ———»•■■ ■■      ......
WANTED-Corr-'s.joiidents in every
portion of this vallty to write local
news and send it te Ths Golden
Times.
Price Ellison is building an Opera
House in Vernon.
During the past seventeen months
9,000 Japanese, 1,000 Chinese and over
3,000 Hindoos have arrived in British
Columbia.
In 1901 there wrre 7,430 acres in fruit
in B.C., with about 640,000 fruit trees
In 1906 there Were 49,000 acres in fruit
with a grand total of 2,7(10,000 fruit
free*.
Former Editor Johns has severed his
connection with theFernie Ledger and
j is succec'cloii ty R.P. Pettipiece, general
| western organizer of the International
T^ofp»po|^n&jt1iori«<*,: $fK'^ av^vf,
Asa result of a, hesd-onraollisioir on
the C. P. R. between two freight trains
near Brocket, ab.otft.19 miles west of
Macleod,braken^n F,,.pymsbeeis dead,
Fjreman Christ. Vonjrald and G,. Mc-
Kinnon probably fatftlly injured,-: and
Conductor Sidney Ckoquette £ badly
bruised but not. seriously- injured. It
is stated that one'of the fireman' lost
■ both Jeg*., ;■; ..^';   ,  *    in   . ^,
The St. Lbjjis, iShiveiiiJtf. fopiball
team, were dn-:tlfe-.,SoorSp^karte. flyer
No; >; the first train to reach thei''scene
^of the wreck. .Some of the members
being medical Vstud-nts, rendered
valuable assistance iiv curing for the"
injured. No, 75was delayed about 10
hours, and No.' 5 about 11' hours on
.aCMUfltpf the wrl'ck. "Jflie ctuse -:cjf
the wreck is said to have been the
f.iluro'of an operatorto deliver orderci'
to a train. It is also stated'that the
operator's whereabouts is unknown "88
yet. ...        ...   ,. .
IBS
SEEDS
TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR. FALL PLANUM
m \
*
Mr. Moss. Morgan was in town Friday.
A biteiMi*. .*.,*
It Is cot. olways easy tq sympathize
.tlth fidgety, highly nttisltive persons,
list Hie old Udy on the train. She said
to ihe c-ontfnetor ns bo punched her
ticket, "Conductor, Is tt a fact tbat ths
locomotive Is at the rear of the train r
"Yes, ir.aJam,". tbe conductor answer-
ed. "Wu have a locomotive "ot each
;eqd7 'it takes one" to push and one to
pull, to.; get ii* 'jjjp ttto grade." "Oh,
dear. wbat ahejl I^K moaned tbe «lil
lady. "I'm always train sick If I. ride
»ltb my back WWbxomM*"*^    .
*n Irufe-ilt?'>»<.»«< feme**. * "
A •**(•> Fr ciiiiil,.rtor <i>i n I .on K*"
(fHea Iffl'-j tdil « r>-.u>rifr of h"* BO»
fc,fnardtsi/) Bun lii.it hi* sn.JiifatHtl
•**awnibens' nlw.ii iwUli-a: «•«» *rc*t»i|
el a pelm *n n ti-nbl* '^rk .ullro*.*
In irebNtd to tlm *XU+i twit !fwy*B' twt
'rates nevi hm> Hi*y wirsi tiou.l' te «■■'
,<an«*tlll iinlll it-j ,itc passed *»et
•Bf *m» **
Reliable varieties at reasonable
prices. Fertilizers, Bee Sup-
lies, Spray ^umps, " Spraying
Material, Cut Flowers, etc. Old
esju,established'Blnursery on the
mainland of fi.. ft"
~   CATALOGUE   FKEE.
M. J.
3010  Westminster Road.
,  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
abtet' 8«*erH>irifl Him.
**">Vk*' wa* tbat man who held yem
; iwb wsJltyOU wereawsy?"
"K-i was »:;sub from the raburbs."
.'ijooked tome mow llfc*.a Babe from
, SCn. rbnbarbs." '
Wanted Some Show.
^Ijoee your wife buy her breaiir
''Yotfbul »be do»»!   Do you tblak 1
would tube rrcbauce ea harlag a roll-
Isg pin lu the bouse*"
'/• «' ,     '    ■'   'Warped.
n* ilie"-'bafber liberal minded r
,   "Msjt | *t all.    I never *aw *ueh a
prejudiced iiian.    If you don't wats-b
, bim. be, wm stnf-Twir imir-bt«thi>—__
'._,  N*w Experience.
TtHt passlftss stateaman has Indeed
A moat unhappy lot
He nover knew before, lt Mem*,
Bow bad the -Talking tot
Different* In Begre*.
i ."Whsfs tbe.'difference between I
ben and.broke?"
■.  "The irst Is. bad as peaetbie, bat
ewtond hi. i*r worse."
Geinjj Some.
*T nadersf sd tbey were married Ir
baete."
Tee, vn a ninety mHe aa beta
twMo>    •
•'■''■ .
Pr-iMj-   C«IU  -Utnlh-..
i Two boatnien ou tho Ohio rivor were
talking about cold weather and of a
certain severe .vlnter; "It was Just
awful," snid ono of tb.-m, "At Clncln.
natl the river w.ih froze tight, and the
thermometer went down lo 20 degrees
below Cairo."
"Below which?" asked bis puziled
companion.
, "Below Cairo, yon blubberhead! You
lee, whon It frVesii'S nt Cairo lt must
be pretty cold, °o they say so many
degree* below t'.-ilro."
But, light van bursting in npon tb*
other, "JfoJ they do not," be ex-
elolmed eagerly. "Yeu'ro got It al
wrong. It's so mnny degree* below
Wero. I do not know what.lt means,
bat that's what they uy wbea ifs
dreadful cold."
W.L Houston.
UACHINE SHOP,      SASH & DOOR
FACTORY
UNDERTAKER'S SUPPLIES
ENGINE AND BOILER REPAIRING
A
SPECIALTY
GOLDEN,
-   B. C.
H^wHMB,*H*fc'H* [j
% \ p $ % $ %
GO   TO
IH. C. Tom
.    FOR FRESH FRUIT
CONFECTIONERY
TOBACCOS and CIGARS.
&/>e
Queen's
Centrally located and fitted
with modern conveniences
Cusine unexcelled. Large
Sample room for Commercial travellers. The Bar
is stocked with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
RATES $1.50 TO $5.00   PER  DAY.
J.   C.  GREENE, P ROFHIETOR.
TIMBER NOTICES
INSERTED   IN      _£
THE  60LDEN  TIME!
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$3.00
PER
PARCEL.
Advertise in the TIMES, and get the
best result. THE
C, JANUARY, 4,    KC.
AT THE CHURCHES.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH-
R*v., Father Coolia, U, Al. I
Paster. Sereice* every second Sundry
in each month. Mass 10 a. m., Benediction 7:80 p.m. Sunday school evrey
Sunday at 2 p.m.
■■ -   o     <
ST. PAULS ANGLICAN-Rev. C.
F. Yates Vicar. Mattins 11 a.m.
Cvensong 7:30 p.m. every Sunday.
Sunday School 2:30 p.m.
.jT^RACE METHODIST CHURCII-
*   Rev. F. L. Carpenter Pastor.
Service* *very Sunday 11a.m. and7:30
p.m. Sabbath School 2:30 p.m Prayer
 «•*• Wedne-day at 8 p.m.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. W. L. MacRae, Pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday *ehool 2*20 p. m. Pray*r
Meeting every Wednesday I p. m' *
IlllS THE TIE TO
BET rain SUIT
Having bough: 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 penes ire hew, in
fact many of them had never
been marked. Com* in while
stock is complote. Everything
goes regardle. 3 of cost.
Mathieson,
TIE TH.
CHIN' BOW
-BAKERY-
DEALER IN
Fresh Fruits,
Confectionery,
Tobacco* and Cigars.
Meals stall Hours,   Just received
shipment of Okanagan Apples.
Mm*, th* earth Ctaakee,
Usa ef the atapandoa* pew*
ef ths snbterranaaB farces exerted bf
eartbojaakae I* shewn by ths change*
effected by then la geography. Mous
*tda* have b**a obliterated or sew eaes
farmed, Island* have been mads or de
strayed, sad what* stostchss eg esaat
ta* wiped eot "Tar tastenea, ia Sep
tenth**-, me, an th* Utty table!*:"'
abont U» aiU*s ewthwnst af ta* Clt.
ef ltadeo, a pteo* *t land fear squat*
mfle* ia ana was saidwty raked KM
feet sad asms— aaass appeared,
sae *t theo, th* ■*fcia* «f teallo,
being nearly ttOO tost high. Java to
ITT* suffused la th* sppeaM* way, for s
Mart af caaatry flftsaa ssltes leag b*
sis miles bread was swallowed np entirely, a moaatala af WW) fast bring
Ndaead to *JM fast ealy to the
process.   	
On* af th* cartons device* of aatan
te scsttertog ssads Is saaa ta th* bat
toon plant af CaMferala. Ths fruit I*
yellow and Is s little toner thaa aa
•CI. It has the appearaace of aa empty bag, bat ft aaatoJas a watery sub-
whlch svaporate* ar drtea up
tha fruit -satan*. a sort of ga*
ill ptac*. This ga* I* Mgutei
thaa sir, and ths fruit dip* back and
forth to th* wind until It anally breaks
laws from Its slender stem, rises tot*
the air to s hubjht of, flam ss-*aaty4va
ta a haadrad fast sad sails awsy te
Ml ta some distant spat aad thn* ex
em th* growth af its kind.
"Why are paste so Mttto sparact
atatr asked tha yonng man with let*
hair.
"WsO." saswered Mr, Caaun*. If*
this way with a ptoes af poetry: If yo*
eaat tmdetstsad tt yaa doat tads te
read tt, aad If yea can nadstatoad It
yaa haven't aa/ taspset te It"
Th* Drama Today.
M«s«ger What hava yon gat la th*
af Ufht caaxdyf   Lst m* leak
arar year manuscripts.   Playwright-
I dasCt happen te hava anything aa
hand Jnst now, bat IH write yaa tn*
and bring Cham la this sitor*
Wben Verlalne died, be left bla frlm
Blbllapuree a* a legacy to those who
bad cared for htm. Bib! was lnoffrn
aSve; there wa* a tradition tbat yean
ago be bad worked, but tbe man lived
not who bad seen him witb pen In
band. let Blbl waa looked after for
the degd poet'* sake. Painter*, sculp
tors, Journalists, gave htm boos* room
la torn, frd bim and clothed bim, an*
Blbl was grateful Bnt one little vie*
•I his was Incumhle—he invarlabl)
Walked off with bla host's umbrella.
This persistent absentmlndedness a*
last produced a coolness, snd hi*
friends dropped off, and Blbl esp->
rlenced the cold shoulder of neglect
On* day be wa.* discovered almost
starving In an empty house, and Yer
lain*'* friends reproached themselves
te their unklndness ta the poor old
Man. A subscription was raised for
his beneflt, and tba money handed te
him at a banquet at which the twenty-
esTsn subwrlber* were present BlW'i
health w»3 drunk with enthualasm:
be rose C* reply, bnt emotion so over-
earns bim that hs sssgbt permission te
retire. In his retirement he was seals* by twenty-eeve* umbrc'lai.
The   Store  with,
the Reputation
Fhe Big Stored
Full Valuo for JT.:
ney
WINTER IS HERE
Ymr will want warm dry feet. j
We have just received a large con- 'I
■ignment of I
Rubbers and Overshoes, /
Wo can offer Splendid values \
in alllines of MENS, WOMENS and   ^
CHILivKENS Footwear. V
If. G. Parson, Limited (,
,m
Tiny' : ii ppy in the kitchen
vc I/ice r*.w-rrii came to stay,
"i lie citci'.jnd his assistants
Have {earned the Bewail war.
(),' niMkin^ Soups and Sauces-—
Delicious Bouillon, trio;
v.;.'
I Thsit's why the work it easy,
And they're so quickly through
B0VRIL
Is the most useful and convenient assistant to ths
cook In preparing rich and dellciously flavoured
soups, gravies, entrees, etc. One tesspoonful to a pint
of soup produces a marvellous Improvement In flavor*
strength and appearance
jfe *WSJL*»MK^
tt Is net always star to
Ilka th* old tody *a dm
to tha roaanrter as ha
la It a fact
Is at ths star af thi
-rem, mi ■us," tl
•d. "Wa hava a
aad. fttakssanate
pall to get ns np
daaz, what shall I dar
lady. Tm always
totl
htr
that dm
> tester*
Advsrtiss in ths TIMES, and gat tha
bi'st result.
fa etedaeter an a boa Aa
kabt a Kportar of lis* SCtt
•aa that bis gnadfathtr
' sign whlctf waa wasted
et a pahn «a a doubt* Vara jsHrand
la Iretaad teth* effect fast "wiiet twa
traisa m**t her* tbey mate mn*> ta a
standstill oata tbaf utc passed asct
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