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The End
eroy jrrogress
and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
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With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 2.   Number 44
EielDERBY, B. C. MARCH 16 1906.
Prle. $2 a Year
Staple Lines in Stationery
BLANK BOOKS
Day Bock*. Journals. Ledger], Letter Books.
Cash Books. Carbon Letter-copying Books.
DESK   REQUISITES
Desk Blotting-pads. Blotting-paper In Sheets.
Typewriter P*p*r. Pen Racks.
Paper Clips, Stephens' Inks.
Menu Tablols.Wire Letter Baskets
General °"lc° Pim* •*n"ini,n Flle
Fine Pads and Envtlopes, Pipeltrlrt. Memo.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
Books, etc.,
D.   NAIRN   &   CO.
?"-
TU£T
^
WHEN IN ENDERBY
.STOP   AT
TBt KING EDWARD HOTEL
____]
THE   LEADING   HOSTELRY  OF THE OKANAGAN VALLEY
Visiters to th* northern part ol th* Okanigan Valley, whether
Und hunting, or lor pleasure ind tport. can do no better than
mak* ihu bout* thiir headquarter*, Tabl* and cutiln* unexcelled. Bar rtplet* with Itnttt wine*, spirit*, liqueur*, cigar*
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
■ILL «- MUMMY
Proprietors
<U
Wines & Spirits!,;;.'
Kll  4-;i I'tai .'--. '.    ■ le    '•" "   ■*'■
auonment of all the wtll
LOCAL   NOTES.
John Johnson, ol Salmon Arm, le
to be a Justice ol the Peace In anj lor
the province ol British Columbia.
We aresorrylo hear lhal Miss Annie
Logan Is sullerinf Irom an attack ol
rheumatic lever.
Ira C. Jones is advertising that he
has a house to rent.
Next week will occur the vernal
equinox, which Is cue ol lha points at
which the sun in lb annual apparent
course among Ihe stars, crosses the
equator, and so called, because the
days and nights are nearly equal when
ihe sun Is at these points The second
crossing occur* about September 23rd,
and Is called the autumnal equinox.
It takes lhe sun seven or eight days
longer lo go Irom vernal lo autumnal
equinox, than dam autumnal to vernal.
Aboul this lime severe storm; generally occur, which are popularly supposed
lo be caused by Ihe poising of the sun
over the line: long continued observations, however, are decisive against
this popular beliel.
1« WEATHER   REPORT
-O
JOB PRINTING
We not ask you lo patronize us because we have
a right to live, but because we can give you efficient
and prompt service at prices which compare favorably
with the standard of charges (or everything else
bought and sold In Enderby.
You gain nothing by sending East or to the Coast for
your printing, as express rates on small quantities of
paper average about 15c a lb. Estimate this and you
would find that such orders would cost you considerably more than what you would pay al home.
THE PROGRESS OFFICE
Mr.   N.   H
.   Kenny
i' •
eminent
observer at Enderby, lurnlshes the lot
lowing record ol Ihe temperature, and
general slate ol Ihe weaiher
lor the
month o! February;
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2    40
31
3    39
2!
ctar
4    36
23
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5    35
13
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6   30
20
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20
i    32
20
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9    39
12
cl-rar
10   AO
25
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II    41
21
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12    40
7
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13    31
7
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14    30
22
cloudy
13-4
IS    34
27
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16    35
28
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17    37
29
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IS
IB    37
32
"
19    47
29
clear
20    41
32 cloudy
.10
21    45
32
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.OS
22    49
30
clear
23    44
31
"
24    44
31
cloudy
35
25    45
27
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09
26    46
26
cltar
27    49
19
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26    49
16
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29
EARNERS EXCHANGE Mtif tING
A well attended meeting ol farmer*
and othtn interested in lh* newly-
formed Endetby branch ol lhe Faimtr*'
Exchange el Armttrong wta held in
th* Orange Hall on Friday ifltmoon
last.
A great deal ol dltcuulon aa lo Ihe
enact relation ol Ihe Enderby thar*.
holder* lo lh* central body occupied
lh* attention cl all present lor tome
considerable Ilmt. Mr. Jack
energetic setretiry of the partnt body
wa* called upon several timet lo answer
pertinent question* regarding Ilul or-
il n. iis working and butintu.
All questions being answered to lhe
apparent tatis'aenon of tht majority of
those present. Ihe election ol a board
ol director* to look alter this end ti
work in conjunction with Ihe directors
ol the Armstr.ng Exchange, wat pro-
rllh t-'jliing a*, ic!' . ■'."
Monk, G. Heggie, P. H. HatMfd, J
C: ak ar.d W. Anderson, who elected
G. Heggie as lh*lr President AU
arrangements «t lo lh* site I r Ihl
. in m «nd the local conduct .! Hi?
l • Will be lell In their I
the members ol lhe branch are IC be
congratulated upon having mad* to
wise a choice, for under inch
direction, we Ieel thai the atari will be
mat auiplcious and lh* rancher* ol
lhe ditlrict will ntl regret th* tie?
taken ol forming the Exchange.
ST. PATRICKS DAY
To-morrow. Saturday. March the
17th. it Si. Patrick's Day. the Patron
Satnl or Apostle ol Ireland. He ia
aald lo have b*«n bam near the tlte tf
th* praaent town ol Kilfatrick, Scotland. Between the year* 440 and 460
A li hi* religious teal prompted him
lo cross over lo Ireland for lie- .-•
aionof the pagan Irish Hisandeavora
were crowned with mccm, and he
established Ihere a number ol schools
and monatlerle*. Tht historian Nen-
nnn titles that ih* Saint**
continued 40 yeats, and various mlr-
•   -"-tttrlbuledlohi.il, earl
the expulsion ol all venomous crealure
Irom Irtlai !     e;   I tdtltn
age.   In eh"' ."•.-.
Is celebrated by a SI . IV-   •
I the programme d which com
'litelyot Irlh songs and b. sis
MAt-KCT  QUOTATIONS
J 34.00
31
The average ol Ihe maximum temperatures for lh- m mh I.-. 39.05. and
lhal tl the tin; li
'.'.,••'
cl February.a. red I   Iho**   I
any olher pari cl the Domini
is generally locked upon ai the coldest
and most atotiny month of tl,    i
The number ol clear days wa-'   rti
lust hall cl ihe month, while there
• •  mn on five day* to ihe a
.66 inche-a. and snow on one  day io
I of I.J
tug ir, yet  aii.lh-t .-.•.   .
I< iv lo th* mildly
gan winter.
Ctmrth  Notices
St. Geo* m'a Ch
M»x! Sunday    3rd :
•     :-■      .' .;.! Litany, 7.30.
-raclicie al 6 p.m.
ft. V Verables, Vicar
■    •   per ion
RET
a, 40!bs
| Poultry, per do*.
.. ■
i Butler, per lb
1.50
111")
■
30c
St. An C
•■
> 45   R«v D. Campbell. I,, • •
■Methodist Chi
sbrvi
■   -i/ Sunday al
a' 1 H.l :e Class. ..     |   ■
Pl*y*l MMtlhg
A. N. MILLER. I
-' '»■ ihe Church.
la.  DOMINION   PARLIAMENT
The second session of Ihe tenth
Dominion Parliament opened at Ottawa
on Thursday lasl week. In the speech
Irom ihe Throne several measures ol
imporlanc* were loreshadowed. Tariff
revision Is postponed until a special
jsesslon. lo be held In November 1006.
The estimates were presented to the
| Home last night and totaled sixty-seven
| million. Among lhe Items are improv-
I ments on ihe North Thompson river.
,$1,000;Columbia River Improvements.
$30,000.
: On account ol the division of lhls
'parish, wheieby Armsirong and district
becomes a separate charge, there will
be Divine service In St. George's
chuurch twice every Sunday In Itiiure.
ai 11 a.m. and at 7.30 p.m. Notice
will ba given cf all early celebrations of
Holy Communion, and such notices
will always appear In this paper. Rev.
Mr. Davis, late ol Manitoba, was inducted by the Venerable Archdeacon
Beer Into the pulpit of All Saints'
Anglican Church, Armsirong. on Sun-
..'at
A Social Evening was held In the
Methodist Church on Wednesday.
Dr. K. C. McDonald, dentisl. ol
Vemon. accompanied by his assistant,
la In town at J. C. English'} store,
md will remain here for a few days.
Friday  morning opened fine and
warmer: the wind hat gin* it
south, and the sun has gained the as.
cendancy.
An Interesting report of the organ!-
ration of a local Women's Christian
Temperance Union arrived loo lata for
it 'i in today's paper, but will ap.
(war in in next. Meetings will be
held cn the Icurth Thursdiy of every
menth. The first will be next week,
Mr. Grade, cf Glasgow, came In on
Thursday io jiii Mr Wylie. who arrived earlier in Ihe week lo take
posaeaslon of the Fortune Ranch,
A construction gang came In on
Thurday. and are now  buty laying
ih-r erur in Ihe prd of lb*  ri. ■
I op* Lumber Co.   Look*
ringaway
from Ei .
A meeting of local supporter* of Ih*
-, Canada waa I.-
.  '  en! an Enderby Liberal Asaccia-
tin was formed.   Mr   N. II   K-ttny
waa elected President. Mr. D. Nairn.
Vie* President, aad Mr H. H. Worth-
tngton. Secretary Treasurer.   Mr. K
C. McDcttald, cl Vernon, waa present,
and made some interesting remarks,
R  M   Palmer, of the Bureau ol
a'  n  ,! Victoria, apenta lew
lown on Wednesi.
' .as in conn?:*
the orchard which will be planted at the
Stepney Ranch, coming in t *
Manag-i Heggie in hia choie-
vanelles ta be plinied    Mr.  Palmer
Is full ol his reminiscences ol t
ii London, England, where he ■
.....   , ...„ ... mbla Fnill
Kihtbit at the Royal HHi
lasl  December      He says  lhal  the
....      ........ a ,  .  ||
Iruit was line and were all an.
•  largo consignments ol this year*
A"..    •'     ,    ,'      lie      j ,1.,
ira, wear* now wratmed
in the  coldast spell ol Ihe
. 'he cold wat* blllltg,
wlndlrc- ■       ihleasl    Thewetllur
has been    • it th*    ist, and
en Ihe l.c • .   11   ,», blirrard has
■ • •    ■ a   . • •   .
.:    '  «   '-"   k
ih-tntlclpal     lhatar*   •
•J. ..,.-,
■,:   ••• •■ ling lh* *   lei
retumw
MOtl
iuors.   No damag'
• ■•, y-lb-   , ••
COUNCIL MEETING
The usual weekly meeting of the
City Council w». held on Wednesday.
His Worship tlir Mayor and all lhe
Aldermen being present.
At the request of Ihe Educational
Department ot Victoria, that the Council define Ihe llmil of Ihe proposed
extension of the city school district,
th* following boundaries were sub
milted:
Southward, to the northern boundary
of Lansdowne School district; north
ward, to th* southern boundary of Ihe
district recently organized by your
department, eastward, about three miles
and westward about two miles
The following bylaw, introduced by
Aid. Bradley, was given its first read
'•,:
BY-LAW NO. 26.
A By law relating to the collection ol
taxes In and for the City of Endeiby.
Whereas In section 146 if Ihe Municipal Clause* Act 1697 power is con-
lened on City Municipalities to nam*
and appoint a day or a dait upon or
belore which person* who pay ihe
annual rate ol lax iu«ased and levied
| on land, or on improvements, will be
j entitled to a discount or reduction ol
one-aitth of the tax for prompt payment
Now. therefor lh* Corporation of tht
City of Enderby. in council assembled
doth hereby to* I
Tliat a     •■      .     .. legally liable
■ - a,-meil c! any Municiotl lax
upon land oi improvements within the
'   rate limit* ol th* City ol Endeiby
shall be entitled to receiv* a lebate ot
discount   ol   oneaiath ol th* IMI
amount ol such Ui ■    >
li made to the collector therefor, on or
before the hour of 9 p.m. on tht fifteenth
day of September nail, following th*
diie ci ihe Itvnig o! auch lax,
• •
A ! ;■ ...■
"Thai ih* Constable be. ar:    >
I hereby instructed to notify the owners
of all building* coming under lh* pro.
villain cl Ihe Fire Escape A I   I
comply with the lequirementacl unit '
Carried unanimously.
M-eii-ig *d|outned al 9 43 p in
II Barnes returned on Wtdntadty
from a ttip lo Arrowhead. Mr Barnes
tays ll was 42 drgrua below tern on
Tuesday al Laggin.
ll is learned lhal Ihe C P R
eastward ll       "   .
will complete another
link in the direct
■
iltt'iiately
t greal I (retghl
•;   *-n*y to the Okanagan
*■■,.- •• ■ ,:
the Kaml.'.p'- Lumber Co. Cl
oil Friday night with hu outlil    Mr
'    '       .     'hat they ate  I
with their: gg ig lor Ihu aeaaon. hav-
, •••       l «jtv<
winter    '.'e*ne.n Newj
Mr Win Pottlit, an  IJinii»r tf ihe
Ld    uu
roll • .. ■
-Inch has I
initiiie gr-a
ii,enls ol M
■   :■'      '
are  to  b-
ihcre la no I
'lending over
Ihe Clteitiainiit l.umbe*
I*   led lo employ nolhing but while
lab r     lhe Company dalmi I
lh* cheap**! In I
*■.•'•      iiille prospect of
Chein*lnus «ver becjemng any larger
...'■    ind lltl
hv* in one h i • ROCRESS, ENDERBY, B.C., MARCH 16, 1906
THE PROGRESS
\1   '.  H FRASEf
'in
kis
OFFICIAL
JE    SUIS    PRKT"
I
n in)   ther inducements i
Ich, If made more i
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Notos and Comments
^ ™ •»
Am ng these is th ilti 1 ll n
which the district offers to tour-
i. ts nn:.; " men At what
more delightful : uld ne
imp than
■  nore     Mara lake,
..r.ii  Its  purr  water,   lovely;
[sandy I id
clad slopes and rushing
tain  torrents.   It Is indeed a
Money Order bu.
Bank, 10 lo 4
'■' ,1 closes, morning, 8,30
.30
IS and Savings
Altar
11.
H in
■ na lei
s. * ".
Train leai   I i rnlng, 8 45
.i iln ■•■    : -    "■  ■ ■• : ;
:.*.. i
. R.   P.
, N. II. Kenny.
H
• i with which
lilch ihe city
. el, and
I repair I
■
8  ina
rthwith   Ther
—at least, this year    They
....
■
Ian retreat, where perfect   'ci,'rk.
■   I am ing nature "pure and    Consul I
undef-led" can be obtained with	
the comforts of civilization close FESSIONAL
at hand,   Then lhe opportune
• m  main climbing thai \V   p  GOOCH
this   district  offers to   those    y'    ' v■-v-/v',-•l
indulge in ihis exhllirallng Barrister. Solicitor, etc.
lime  are many.    Wiihin „lflCK
Ing distance of the town Is    enderby b. c.
a bluff to reach the top of which
needs energy enough to suit PETER BURNET
the mos. exacting taste: but the
le'eiilned when Ihe top Is
reached Is magnificent, and well
•". the toll. And so we!
could go on telling ot the many
and varied attractions ol I
distiict    To the
.: Itll      e	
With ihe tourist ti
iln line ot tl     ' P
increasing every year. It seems .
• ugh the Canadian K
les arc destined to become " i
'•'     . if a multitude ol .
ure seekers.    We haw
ii a
Men's Ready-Made
CLOTHING
AT GREAT DISCOUNT PRICES
20 p.c. off for Cash ! !
Call and see Ihem
Splendid Lines of Prints, Ladies' Collars, &c.
for Spring and Summer.
Boots and Shoes, and everything good In the
Grocery Line
» ia. ■■■     m^aammwmaaaatammmmttm^tmmmtttmm
J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks,
Valises,   Etc.
MINION k PROVINCIAL
.a:..   SURVEY R
J. W. EVANS,
ENDERBY
HI LL HI        •■
I Nl I RBY
B C
FRATERNAL
A. F. & A. M.
8
nnd on the
I, why
il
C.O.F.Nu 1058
I. 0.0. F.
tut.'.a Lo*»». No, 0    "
Kni;Kt# vf Pythias* ''
Bank of Montreal
i atmal, all <aeM up. SI4.0-X1.000. Rett, SIO.000,00
Balance Prolib an* I.... account., v 1." !.*aiui
lll.v'i   OiHil,   MONTREAL
Pie-ltSem. Right Han, Lend Sualheen*»ttJ K. cm Kojeal C. C M. 0.
Vi« INeaideni Sir Gee. A. Dl !<t C.
A General Banking   tudnets transacted
O'ai.i. _m Cental Statu, -urape and Canada,
including Aiim and D»w»n Ot/.
Savings Bank *«-'-■•«••
b.'_muHK   Vi   '' "' dtmand weilrvoul
May     '■
cul imeOM.   "
m*. St*   - - lalatct
OKANAGAN      DISTRICT
G. A. Hwwkm*. Manager. Vnnon
KELOWNA
E, S V, Mi-Cknt«!t, Safe A£1.  P.btiMautln.Stitt-A(l
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gani.'niii n ot a similar r
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L 0. L No. 446
rormt ii
Q       11       We beg to Inform the
Lp-lti    ^f"QniP   Public lhat all cur horses
can KJid-uic hav„ ^ 1Mled for
Glanders.  Our stable has been thoroughly cleaned out ana
cislntected. and is as clean as the day It was built.
MATTHEWS k EVANS ENDERBY
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: -.et-* riaita el lhe protUKe al- j
Fat lb* eawetiit'Mt at that* wiih
i«gl» alien: the tak, amagelttttiu
-htv* beer. - id* - th the Ci' ft M
■rilitetit* a -
a. *i
MOWAT 9b BRINDLE
Mil  BLOCK, tMil RBY. B. C.
Real Est-ite. Insurance,
Mining and Ceneral Land AgenU
PROMPT AND CAREFUL
ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BUSINESS ENTRUSTED
TO   US
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A MOVIMCIA- AUCtlOl SALE
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That we have In stock a lull line ol KITCHEN UTENSILS.
When needing a new pot or pan. call and see our selection ol
Granite and Enamelled saucepans, tea kettles, trying pans, and
Everything in the Tinware line lor the kitchen
l>*   lace
dtlieet
•
(*.UDf "l""U IFS   We *1ave opened up a grocery store in
■oi\v^,Li\ii^J. l||e m BakM S|wp adjo|n|_g Ih_ har<J_
ware store, and solicit a share oi your patronage,
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
'.   !■       1
'
Get tne Credit
making Good Butter and have
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I tl Xhty l •
jfl»sl,wiBb»
lata! •    •
Printed Butter Paper
Prices and Quotations al this Ofii
Special Cuts and Inks I
THE PROGRESS, ENDERBY, B.C., MARCH 16. 1906
My Strangest Case
(My
I    AaMwe* »DS
^"- w—mi.
DY OUY BOOTHBY.
AtAJrarat "DR. M'OIA
PT.ARO&
«Tf* nr.ALminiL wots cent,"
rue sovpruNi" bu.
E___BL.V    (L^- •-**." *»M» »*»*•***bppf ■«.
Unr-Hatt**. m. *, *»,.i. i,« i ut|
In In- nvvtirt' of till' feci Uml In* ltd
fur Siiii'lii.|-i|itiiii |i) iiif Him. nVloch
Irnln tlii*- iitnriiliitf,     l(    i    i dghl
liu/tit'il ii e-jftH'Mfl ni. in vvlnri* li<- vt.i,
(foln(i*i I aliould any (lltl I In. -l.-i.ii,.
Iimi it. tin- ('tip.'. Hut lit Inin (M
wlit*re In' will, I'll Imve lum vti. In
111. in.iiiitiiiii'. Bcnii Wllllnini tn (Tinr
Inir t rmn nl utiw, Id la*rta tu Vie*
ttiHit, ami Dlckenn tn K| I'.tnlV
FiiiiiikIi ,,h*Ii wllh n ill"t ri|iti'.ii n|
tin- man i|i,>*y are tu look after, I--
.Mueh to in\ (..■I'.it.'i.'iiiion the, ra*
I'lifil thnt lUch n ir.-iiiU-iiiaii hml cur*
lalnly arrived within the* pMt hnli-
lifiir, niul waa now nt Ropiifr In tho
oofff.a*foon*i Sim tiii|iiirvil whi-thvr I
would i t\r<* to -**ti l.iiii. ! rwplit-.l In
tin- negatlva, utatiui: thnt I would
-Ml ntxt ilny ami mako myi«l.
ImoWD to him.
"W« urn iilil frlenda" I aald, "and
fur iUt rtaaon I alttufld h*_ ^imi if
yon would promlia mi' that ynu will
any nntluiitr to him about iny ooiuIiik
to-night" ,
Woiiiaii'llktt tin- itli-n ph'ntivd Iht,
md -hi* willingly iravo thtt 'ir-uulie
I naked.
"If you want to *•*** him you'd better Iw htrt* early," nht* mid. "He
told mt' when h<< iHioki'il hit mi im
thnt hi* nhouhl lie wnutini: to **.'t
awaj nt about ten o'clock to*tnor*
row morning,"
"I'll be here will before that," I
replied. "If ntl jroea right, 1 ahall
mil upon him between cl^ltt nml itito*
o'cock."
Peeling aure that, after what I lud
a-.id to ber, ahe wiotid *ny nothing
to lta>li" ntiiuii my iit.it, | rftumetl
to my own lintel nml retired to real,
.Nt'Xl tii..Mi.i'i* | was up Irtfiiim-a,
had breakfaated, and wan nt Pox*
wrU'a hnttft before right o'clock hnd
•trui'k. I prococdrd utmiglu to tin*
t*nr, whnrr I dlaeorrred my nc-
-ptnlittuucr uf tlir nrvtrtoue evening,
in curl |*n|H*r». ni*«ldiitiM>>ly t|ii«iltig
•licit*'* nnd counter. There wn« n
frntfrnmv nf thr ln-i nlght'a pota-
'" ■'• etlll loorrlng .*>••■• it tlir i i....
which had tin- drrar>. tnwdry up.
peoranee thai aaa ao different to the
glnnmur of thr prevluua iiitflif. I
bade thr girl good morning, nml tli.'ii
.1.. .ind whether ahe hnd aeen nn>
thing of n ,\ frleud Al drat ahe did
m»t n|*|M'nr to r,rn-*nl'r mr, hut on
•liouir ao ah** volunieered to go »fl
nml tunkr ImpMrita Slit- did ****. in
return a few momenta Inii-r with
thr Itiformittoii thnl tlir grtitlrman
"hid t ■ .,* for hl« boola, nnd Htiiild
Itr down to hrrakfait in a frw inin*
ulra.**
"I    ttotldrr   Whal   .YOU   Hill   Lit    in
*ny f»«r yourself when >mi err me,
Mr lln>l*." I muttered "You will
find lhat I am not to l»r ao raally
ahnltrn off aa ynu Imafiur,**
I n**eonlingl>' mndr my way to the
dinlng'rttom, nml amling my»**lf at
a table onleml a cup »f eoff.** nnd
an rgg. Thr l*ondoti egg la not a
latorile ttf minr, bui ' wna prr|*ared
■" - .   a tl un n of tb   t If  iry,
■I i» ... *t..,..- i ..it la ti.t
Itui  winn n iiM.rh'r ol no liimf hnd
* ■•[ •■•! nnd the man t wnnud had
lit*! preiwutrtl hlmarlf. my |willrtirr
bccaine exbnuated and I wmi in
woreh nl my bourie **t the Ur.
"My triii.d'a ti long time mmlng
ilonn," I »nitl-   Ml hope lir hn" nol
gitur "Ut  t»i ItfrrtkLiil?"
"Ymi must In* inlataken,*1 ihe nn
•Hrml. "I HIW him rrniie down.
htalr* nearly n ipmrirr of mt lomr
ago llr wmi Into ihe dlnlng*room*
mn) I frli wiirr yuu mual ban aeen
I   ..    If you will follow tur I'll aboia
!l  >l|   1,1   trill."
**<• laying tht Ird thr wny almtg
th" iiiiii» paaaage until Mm arrived
nt a gret a   alae door with two gla-*
|*aii> I*. |l. n- ahr Hopped nml
••nhncd tin* dlnlngtroottli The iHHtta,
whn had |uai eome nnalaln front
tin*  low,r M'rfi'Min, anaJileil   to   tin-
* rratlon, bi<i aremed i« ilerhe con«
atlerable *nt!**fnrti.itt frntn It.
-Ih»rr In (-.'* Mid Ibe girl, pointing tn a table .n ihr forihrat eonier
of tlw rnomt "thr tall mnn with thr
lilnrk fliii*!efn*||**.H
I   Imikiil   nod   wn*   imi*utnrtt   With
ilntmenl    Thr   hnllftdnal   I
- -i  I here «fl» n« more likr llnyh*
'I   ii   to   WM   like   thr   niah   In   the
mnon*
"|»« ton no-no to t**II me thnt hr I*
ih** man whn nrritrd *itr ta*i nighi
in n rnlt. nnd who*e In "tfngr paO i*t
*e| nf n ainoll Nr«*wn ling and n tm*.-
■   » i    •'"   I    t«hrr|      "VoU*fe   I- ■ ii
tinting » gnmr with mr, foung Worn-
* ik nnd I ahouM adrfae yon to iw
- irefttli    Von ilmi'l  rrall#e   who    I
nntal in- 'im aa enme eloai upon it
oVIoeb Inal night," he put in. "Tbe
ini v. ih tin lug nml blanket. Why
1 carried hla liag up to number II
with my own 'nnda. nnd you know ii."'
Tlir girl wai tptltc i-i-nnl to tha oe*
cnnlon.
"You'd better hidd your tongue,*1
kIo- -iild. "if you don't you'll get
Into trouble*11
"What for?" hr Inquired. "Ifa n
efree country( I ,*,l"-' Nice anrt of
luiT v .ui*.. forgot nil about the
boota, niul me n-<bdn* 'ia browni ai
Klnp.f*! na if > wn-. n-goln' mil tn
dinner with the i|iteen, Hut p*rea|ut
h''- ii fi n 'arf-aorerelgn t**f me »i'h
you, It tiiu't likely, Oh, no. of
courac it Im.'i likely hr would. Von
wouldn't krrp h con fully f<>r mr,
would you'.' Ob* no, in couraa nott
Whnt iiliiiui iimi two Itolt the AiioT-
lean gent gare y»w'"
Thr girl did mil wnlt to henr ntty
more, hui, with a final tom of her
lieadi ili-appi'iti-iii lutii thr bar.
"Xow, look herr, my friend" I aald
tu tin* boota, "it i» quite evident that
piirlie
.tr   upon   h.
lefi cheek, and if they   lum  Ml
litem that I In . are not to lone light
nf him, Implicit wltai may I ei ihr in
tfli'.ni|-h ahould Ihcj dim wei anj
tiling definite, and Uien go In i"«r-
mll, In nny eaar I oliiill return frmn
mmthnmptnn to*ulght, nnd altall •-nil
here al nnre."
Half nn hour later I arrlt«l m
Waterloo, look my tlekel nnd boarded ih" I mlu for Rnutbampton. VVIien
I rrarhed thr port I who nirt n> lhe
atai mi  by  my   repreaeniallve,  who
mi.'ii-il   ttmt he hml aeen nnth
lm,* -if tlir mnu I lmd dearrllted, al*
Ihuugll  hi*  hnd  rnrrfulU   looked   for
liil.t.
"We'll try Ihe rnrloua ahippoig
ofllera llr».t," I aald. "I feel poaitlro-
ly certain thnt In- enme down here
by Ibe nine o'clock train."
Wi* denve Irom -.hipping office In
whipping office, nml made ihr moal
careful lni|ulrlea, ■ *■ ■ a In etery eaar
wllbntil aureeai liner we thought
we hnd dlaeoveml our mnn, nnly |p
ind, .ttiii  irvaailiig n preebtua huur,
ilul 'i Irrk'a di rrlptlnn waa allu.
■.ih.i .» wrong nne, nm' ihnt In* rr-
aemhled llayle in no anrt of way
We ItoanM thr Routli Vfrlran mall
(•••.it, in1 lo tin- n ti among her i aa
arugprai «• orerba led the \< ■*>
•'tin IIiot. wiih tin njually let n n
null. Wi< |*nttl euranry ilalta to thr
pt'ihripnl hotrla, Imt eoubl )o-nr no
; .! ii *- ul li ui in nny our of ihrm.
V n matter of feet, If Ibe mnn hnd
Journeyed in ffoutbampton. a- I lmd
. t. it nam n lo iu) - < h natl done,
In- muat liner .1 ., in I am thin
nir whrn he got Ibere* t'he whole
ntfnir wna moal bewildering, ami I
■can-el) knew whal to think of it.
ll.nl the Imnta «i lhe hnttl hn>l nn|
in  lm. do inking nn- I fell
in my nwn mind    lib in *rt   •   ilnal
iln- man waa l     n v anj
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Hot Springs Sanitarium
Nov under th* management ol
Harry   McIntmh,   llcllman House
Koasland
Tht Malica! Waiais af Haloyoit ar. lha
mast cuianv. in Ihl world,    A rattlot.
natural remedy (or all Nirvou. and Mmcu-
lar Dihm>s. Liver, Kidi.y and Stomach
Allmir.tt.    Ill  Balha naval fail lo em.
'.e.ee.i    Rheumatism. An ah.olutie.ataietii|tvin.
...   ti...   T.irni. til to SIS pi wank.   For lutih.t
,   |    ra"      acta;    . I
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arraw I ale  H C.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
l.e., cehnecirl an* See* Houiti
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B.   C.
Ill	
llttll II
Headquarters lor PACIFIC COAST
GROWN ftatden. llower and Held
seeds. New crop now In. and on test
in cur greenhouses. Ask your mer
chant lor them In sealed ptckages. II
he does nol handle them we will mnl
:. ^ •!■:..;..■ ,. • a-k-:-: r
and llower teeds (our own selection,
tulubta lor B. C. gardens) lor $1.00.
Special prices cn ytur bulk seeds.
B. C. Crown of Fruit and
Ornamental Treat
now ready lor Spring shipment,   F.alr*
nice ttock ol 2 and 3 year apple tree*
,, at }2) per hundred: $180 per 1000.
,.r   Maynard  Plum. $1   each.     Italian
„.- i Prune. 2 yr. line, S2S per 100: Sugar
,liia. I Prune. 2 yr..line. $30 per 100.
eilii-      No eicena*. lea* er delay el iamicaiton
,..     rtmrewtton.   Lei mat rice your list betoi.
< i*ar4iea   Oreenrtotaa Planta.
ik. it, lurriin. truii packag**.
ato.  Cau;o(u. Iih.
M, J. HENl'Y,
HO W.eimlc-.l.i  Koa*     VaKMVer
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THINK WIUi.Mjr
fnu hnnw timn* about thia ifiiih1*
man thnu ihnt young imly tlora, Irll
mr all ab«iH him. nml I'll umkr it
n..Ml. yum while "
"Thrra aln*t n .. i*t till,*1 hr an*
iwvfh] NLraatwa) nothln' iwrin**
ulnr. II**- aw nu * nil itt n tuiT, uriv.i*
i"«t nlih *ilk t'ltllnr. m*nt bruHna,
|lorra, am) n howler 'at.**
MMuatach**t,M
"Yra, nml waiml. tint a aorl nf
lin-.i'i <trt'"« nn lit* t'liit k. ami ImtVtl
ni »•■ a* if la ry* waa tHinM*. mid
lir    Mat Mini   tn   Itne-jr   a    ll ill*    ihrn'uh
yrr;  cntM  at  aetren,  hr**alifnM  al
I'.if fnti, '.nn nn.) Pkffi and '«" r*i|*a
of ritrfrv ami a 1011   all tiiuk n|t to
'im In 'i* room.   0«-r«.l n Mb io
mlrh   thr   Mor   nVhwa   eiptlM    10
S'Hll niM|ilttti.   t |mi'* 'tm in •ruh hia   ,
hatt ami hlnnkiM, ami say-:   'Kimlly .., f
rriiirmlirr the ImhiIh, nlr.'   ami    he ,,  .
any*:   'I'tr tliae It.*   I  * ■ '  I 'mln't       ,   .s    ■     , ,.
'ail It. ami be told me  in irn t*>
Hell, the (tlir*- m l-n'l tnentlohtd In
prrlllf etoni-nny.   Thal'a all I knnw
•Ihhii *lm."
Up i • !-■ 1 and ahmik hla head Ih
the .li*- ■■■ n tt the ui. aftpr which
he ohiened thai he knew all ahniit      \,  ,
It, and one or two other thlnga I < U  tin
ald«.
I trni« Mm a ahilllntf for hit Infur*
mntinn  nml   Ihtit   l«*ft     lh<*    hottat*     ..   |
Unoa   mora   I    hnd    mi**>ri|    (iidft-n       ,»   ,.   .,
llitil>'  hy  n  f*'«   ttilliMtf*.  hnl  I   hnd    ,._.   j,-,,)  „,-,,
i..t-itni kiiiupInformation thnt ntiaht   ,,,,,,,,] .,,,,,1, *,.,
In'l|i hip tn r.nd him again*    1'nfnr'
innately, h«n.i'tpr. In   «n« now wrll , ,,,
••ii hi*t wny in eRnutbamnton, nnil in
, fn-, houra might be oul nf Kngtand.
\ty n "i**. i fnt that aal li grntlentan
ami .ii.M.i... • hourlj     il tt did n •*   "
■ii i* r mr. mil*, mull' Of the mnn M'- '
wired tn In nt him in Ihr end.   Mak*   •     '     '
■in/ my «ny  In Waterloo*, I  iti<|inr.'.l   r""',*'«
whrn tin- m*.' I rain left fnr South'   '
iiti|ilnii.    finding th.it   1  hnd  in- rt
i' nn nn li'"it n'id n htilf tn »u'. I
■. ., • .■■!,..11., thi n in i hnd ami tn   ■
*•..-ii iitwi.iii-.il in wai eh thr   dovka,
ind linn t'tnk tin* rlerlrte rnilnn*. i-*
t. nnd made rn) nnj to m) "f-   i
ti,-I*. whrrr n i«ir ut pormpnmlenM
awallrd hip mi my table,  i nihti*,* raj        .
managing eh-rk tn my awtatanM1,  I       - ■
.. i to work io   rnmlni    It.     ii**
ni> ntl ihr lel (era while I pennnd
Ihem and dictated tin   tarlnua   ra*      i
Idlea.   Wh*n In rami in Ihi fifth ha   Mn ■ I l
•iiti-mi nn tUrlamaUon <*f aurnrlaa.     ai i hai
"Ul.nt   in  Hr'   I   Inquired.    "Any Unity   n
thiiitf Mmnik*?" thing • i
In  ri|.|\   In-  li.i, i' I  mt a    lettpr | hate «l
written on good  noli   pai^r,   hut
without mi fcddreaa.   tt ran na Inl- i>.. n
lowai . ,
"Mr. nidrOn H.iylr retumi tbniika I
for kind Inqulrlea, and Ui*« to in- ;.     -
form Mr. Fairfa*i thai ha In leaving , ■   ,.
Kngland today for Algten." .,,
if ii" thlnka hr >• „.,*,,* tn hUiiT miih
me *iih thnt aort of tale, h»'a \**ty ;.,   ,
morh mlatakrn,*1 I aald,   "I happen
, ■  ,     ,   •     ■ ....-ni .    .       *    ,
. ,    ■ .   md a
•    h ;    ii    ■ |Hr|
|>otei      i
im  poekel and 1
Mge '■>
form    li t.t.  ,t- i   i
"Mnn   i .f   ii|mn
|pft fin.k. 'n-wti unt> and tt •
rug, i. ,i il .! I rain at Heme II ll.
Wenl M ii <•' M'tipr. aoiI hnn
booked lo I'.-irK tin following him
n . il .<!■ i i in* *t irtbina."
"Ihro In dipped im- atirt nil." I
in.)       II.   mual ■    .n  tn
Waterloo, ri i to Ca " ■   airerl
il  on I-   I*.  Ion   Im dgi      1)
-    , .   .   .   ,'.,r    it,   n
• that   -
Columbian College
Waataaiaftar, II C
ht,   .'   '     j-    e
■
Don't Send
YOUR JOB HRINTINO
Out of own
Why be 9
LATE •
FOR. HclKUl er WORK
WE HAVE tllATKIND.  All style*
NDKRtV
Rwiduttlal Sa-htel lor Ue;
.
■.   ■-
and University work
In the regular cam* Intlruct'on It
given In the advanced public ichcol.
hlgli sehtMl, Colltgiaie and univeraity
ihe itwcial ccunea Include
lh* vK*l. inttiumtntal and teclmlqu*
in tnuti * In Art Sketching. Oil
: .-,-.: ; .- ,■• ;■■    ; 1.
aical Culture and EiVuiien,
Spring term tegin;. on January 6th
Nttie m-ileni ami ra resldenl
inttnielcra     Settrate luildiitga l.r
,'"   '        dumiicry. and
•■   :•  ■-
....... ...;,,,,
F. Pyman;
I--,        nil      P<rfodion
rOf  lijSlC!   and Superiority
llleell I I
'■ - arming Land in let* to lull
•   ••       .     .        . Irult grot
' '       '. '• •>.'    Apply In
J. W. McCALLUM. .'
rmiogiitih  Merchant Tailor
. ..
so vcant'
CRPtNltNCt:
lie. It.       I"
Tic.eel Ma.aa
Otttari*
CoeTneoHT* Ae.
■.-.-'.	
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,    ..  ■ WtMw     '• ■ ia
,. ■ • .. •■ -.'    , c ■.     ■   tI. . ;.
I'.'.", i,,.-  •  -   .,'' Ma.a . e - I...I,.
ff.'«l-e'tV». •    '     et ,e ,e... telle.
Scientific American.
| »«-•»    -   *   » «   ' •tttfr**)   •»•!'• t »•*•*•_■   •
.   ,-■      i ,.*■-■ ; ituM,   1-- * I •
,..•   f   ,r r    •■••!. t* -tl bt»ii t**** •—*■**
iNH-Co'v-rr-Hewtorli
HCM* ajeca. I* r .1. I* Mtecucae. te C
.   neartl r- perfect, bu
"    ;:""0ND   Tytjevilter
- ■   ii near ;
rtiei can i • made
The H.mmond is Perfedion
■    ; nil     ng
.' •    ly.port
• itloi        r feed and
: .-cmond
iperlor 1 al Iher type-
lei in every :'',er special
!ra!,ire A Han,!;; niniuslbr)
'"Ti ' be ap; •* 'Iflted It ll
far ani a *. ay ali.*.t! of any other
!.; ■ . 'i!er made
till   HAMMOND   TVPtWRlftR
COMPANY
Toronto, «\ A*»laid. Slta.1 ta.t
MoMre.l, IA) Si .lam. a.   ■ .'.'. ENDERBY,
MARCH 16, 1906
I
a:j?-*'-'MiH»i__«__:_a_'_i^^
in ^^___*_*sva___.B«a ««■ An Interesting Invention, f-
Walk-Qver  Shoes ]; J TR Union Restaurant
'    | K*--J ".IFF   STREET,    ENDERBY__«BI
, \", |   WEEKLY TICKETS, $5.00,      BY THE MONTH, $20.
BAKERY
.***.
i ■»
Finest     and
. iortment
tl.'
J
Largest
in
City
■•■■   i
. • .  .  . , .:  ind I
•vi. ih, H
m Innumi I ol |
.'.  :  when
lo a pei
■         made, "Ho*
I  ilioughl ol
wllh the Rtslauranl a (Irsl-cli
-    ■   n which can always be   blalned lha        est d
ran    Alvayt Ireah,
A nice   llm  ol  Confectionery Is carried
Inin in seaasn.  Don't bake bre-ad when busy, TRY OURS.
F.W. Slater SKoes
mm ••-!
,
. IDER.BY TRADING COMPANY
  md      ■ ■    I
I il
s mual ej
r
L
Everything Strictly
First-class
"^
J
"    " Mi
llie bulk
J. McQUEEN. Proprietor, Enderby.
-_-■_.• '.":*-a-a-__*___i
CaU on i Iti tn for Hardware! £* y Qeap Lumber
He l.i the Latest 9b Best Stock In the City •*
Win*.
n Warn,
What do you
Think of this?
New Stock-Riglit Prices
Arc yon intending to sell
this Year
'
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1
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Dimension Timber, from $8 to $10 per M.
Shlplap. - SI2 pet M.
Fir-ring, Ceiling, Siding, from $15 per M. up
r...   '-.tiy other Information will be furnished on In
[flee    We respectfully solicit a share of your ■ iti   ..."
. h 'ill have our careful attention.
Ih, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO.. LTD
BnkrW. B C.
Si.
List
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ith
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TOWN fft. DISTRICT
. NOTES.
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Enderby fkm
'.. *r-r send out of town for what Is made as good as
Ihe besl in town. In supporting home industries you
arte .urscl! and others wh?> mnViihe lown
iVlolft'lV. IV>I, Hungarian, Premier, Thivo Star,
Alpina, Strong Bakhk's or XX.
WlliA!  ShEAK. StlfERI-iNS, (JKAMAM, WtlOl t. WliKAT
Paircntw lh* Home Mill
inc C.....-.■.».'.. Flouring Mills Co., Ltd. Enderby.
m Ayimer SS!* Force Pump
t   ».-*
MfJ.Johnson^0^;8'0,
J
City    Barber   Shop
SIX a . ■ • i s for •       tl
1  N. li-    •   • Be!i B
A sirong constitution
Stl'aV Steel' means a healthy mind
and good  work
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Itl ll
W-nted
■  .   itrong
    151 |
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•   fresh, juicy and tender
si wiih chlldrel .     I
ippiyiinini       r„.   D  QK...-.,,,
ENI ERBY
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House to Rent        For Sale or Rent
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