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and   NORTHERN   OKANAGAN   HERALD
With Which Is Incorporated THE EDENOGRAPH
Volume 2.   Number 38.
ENDERBY. B. C FEBRUARY 2 190c
i^tMC '.*£<«
See our windows
W
rr,«r-ir-'"i«n—■•*——" j t*v
For Clearing-Out
BARGAINS
in  DRY GOODS
Ask thc Prices.     They will surprise you
HARVEY <& DOBSON J
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HEN IN ENDERBY
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STOP   AT.
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IR* KING EDWARD HOTEL
TEL |
THE  LEADING   HOSTELRY  OF THE OKANAGAN  ./ALL Y
Visitors lo the northern par! ol the Okanagan Valley, whether
land hunting, or (or pleasure aid sporl. can do no beiiir than
make this house their headquarters. Table and cuisine un-
excelled. Bar rcf 1 :*.e with lineal wines, tplrilt, liqueurs, cigars
LARGE LIGHT SAMPLE ROOMS
-v. MURPHY
Proprietors
<&>
a_'/s_ - \Xf'.~~.  and other drinks.   We hav* a
iriSlmaS WineS  |Jrg8 a^crtmeni ol all the well
kn mt brandi io ch      it m.
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Good . Reading
at REASONABLE PRICES
Do you kn_w lhal w* . ■ II all Ih? lai-ecl !: -t■: n ' I I
makes good reading very inexpensive.
Buy a bock Irom us    Read It, Ihen return it to us.
will allow you two-thirds cl Its value in exchange lor a new
NEW BOOKS JUST RECEIVED;
Ben Blair By Llllebrldge
Shining Ferry By Couch
Thc Gifl -       •       By '•'
Th* Sevan H-.'.i aa By Drummond
El Dorado By Crcnive
The Deluge By Phillips
D. NAIRN & CO.
Tlii MALLEIN TEiT
For lh* ber.efli ol oui i   i
*'« give below III* In "   I
are enclosed with Mai!-	
sell known linn ol Parke Davis &
Company, ol Walkervllle, Out. and
who have branch houses in many parts
ol lhe world. We give Maura. Parke.
Davis Co.'* Instructions in lull, feeling
lhat a Utile light is needed on the action and ellect ol the ti I
MALLEIN.
For Detecting Glanders in Horses and
A   '
Malleln Is a product of the bacillus ol
glanders or farcy, a disease lo which
horses and asset are peculiarly susceptible.   Like tuberculin, it U simply a
diagnosis agenl. and has no curative
properties.    Its value to lhe veterinarian Ilea In the lact that it tnablw him
to delect tl.e presence o! ganders before Ihe disease is full,
deed, before (here are any outward
manifestations el it.
in th«ir "Manual af  Stcterlalcgy,"
11899', say: "V*terimry ? I
are practically u
great value of Ik
means of dlagu, '  Cop*,
chief veterinary cflicer Ur C      B
sin. In hia official r*p.n   i
th* general acknowledgment
claims made lor Ma. ■
"Ail veterinarians accept il as a thoroughly reliable aid to dlagnaiU in occult
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Malleln keep; bailer whin c n Nitrated, but the eractntraled material
must th* 'Sing    Tapro-
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the  Malleln will  be  ol  lh
lira gth
To make lhe dileiilon, first add ta
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and shake.   Tlii malt - "
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Itijacr.otiR,--Cleans! the ;
lection antlsepiicallef,   Infect I
ed Mili'in und-r the akin behind the
shoulder, using the entire era *
cne vial for each anln
weight
Tut ftt.;,'.iio-t.   Th-letm,»'*!««cf
ih* animal must be ca'
lor* I
live dugn.i.i on be tr
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lee* tin Injeei ■■   /■ ■
iaiion in temserstu-e tc
LOCAL   NOTES.
The firal week of Febiuar,.'
villi no frost and snow nearly all gone.
It Is :. ll .t a Baptist Col-
1 al Summerland
on Okanagan lake ll is proposed. If
pcessiblo, lo hav t-ady for
opening neat fill.
Word has been received, says the
Vemon News, Irom the Minister ol
Education, lhal Armstrong lias been
grained a high school.
11. P. Lae ol Vernon. In conversation lasi lhat he had |ust
,: t out a complete map of thr
whereon Is shown the location
farm and all other particulars.   Mr.
>i'.4s ta Eubllsh lhe ma
.i;. be able to be net
: rice.
Miss Sharp*, who has been vislllng
her brother. Mr. G. R. Sharpe, lelt lor
Ihe eaal on Thursday afternoon,
D. A. Wright o! Armstrong an.". :un-
H si! policy holdera In lhe Confederation Llf* Association v
rav Ihen                 I
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Enderby was tr«at«d to a little illu-
-■' mghi In the
l.rtii a powearlulgasolene lau
ed Irom cut cl one tf the wh
.    The lamp ta made bv
' >. and is designed tor
'   .:        . .ipsses,   A number cf
'■ *!li Van
a'«uv«r C
I • council by Mr   D. N»!m
.
lhe report A iho cow.
the city ins'.*! I •    .  :
COUNCIL MEETING
At  tha  Council V.
jilt, Jamai       I. Ih«r*
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Evans, K
Worihlnglon.
The Minutes cf the
were read and confirmed.
A loiter, from Messrs. Wain Si
was read, re a licence of SIS paid by
their Mr. Wright, complaining of discrimination against their firm
of two other plans manuli
They asked lor a return of the money
paid saying lhat as they had an agent
in Enderby at the Urn* they were not
• • * • 'its Instructed
• -■ ■ io Messrs. Wait k Co..explaining and quoting a cart ol ihe by law
,- ihem that ihe lact that two
olher linns had not paid was no reason
why they should nol.
A teller waa mat the C.
P. Ry. Co. saying lhat, ll
Instructions called fsr a t"
cement drain under th- tract
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dilicn lo tht platform would be eon-
■•. • i • iintta.
th* Cl«rk tub nlm la    lot parti*
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cial Secretary, stating that ll
••  . •     . ■   •      '  .    : ! .:     ad*
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liarm-a, Geo. McCormlck
W. H ,-Ati b*'
A  lelt-r was  r*c* .
■ .'lie's talary t<     :    *,  ' SS
per n.
Mr N in
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gasolene lamM. wlti a.
to do -* •    He ci
'  .-a;-   a.tfi ba lullieeinl lo
<"i*t Una
;;. with all ■
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begin to
temperature is elevated 11-2'
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rrive
d
We are cpening out the nicest and best a. a -led lot
Furniture and Christmas Presents ever shown In Enderby.
In Quartered Oak, Mahogany. Rattan an I
Bamboo.   Upholstered C uches, Morris
and Leather Chairs. Fancy Rockers, Centre Tables, and almost
everything needed to make a home cheery  at
THE FURNITURE STORE, bni erbi
Furniture
iht •
[twilling t twenty .lour  ts
Ihlrty-ait
■ will be no
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.■•-.. ,:::   PR    .! ESS, ENDERBY, B.C., FEBRUARY 2, 1906
THE PROGRESS
JK    M.JIS    PRKT"
•■:::; ■■: i: :-' lie ' ik *n ill.'.!;: an i
nornlng I ■ ■ sveral lays before
he li II n Any abn rmal
arlatl n In temperature must
■; UAL : IRECTORY
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A COUl) SftlCliSTION
In its Issue of January 23 the
in, ol Vernon
ing i
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Inence this
a
ir to all, the
ly exchang-
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.leiourownby
ne giant or-
.■j; .. ne per
fectly i ll Ing I     icrlll a thi Ir
horses.   But our horse owners
; see lhat their animals
are given a fair show.
g   houses
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Seeing that the authorities at
tta e have refused to Interfere
•vlth iheir inspector's discretion
in regard lo the measures they
are adopting to stamp cut this
epidemic of glanders, all that
can now be done Is to petition
the Dominion Government to
ship horses Into lhe valley to
take the place ol those destroy-,
ed. If n t, we are afraid that
many will be unable to secure;
fresh horses. In the case ofj
the farmer, he will not be able'
u put In any crop. What this'
means needs no explanation.
We are confronted, by denuding
ley of horses, with the.
possibility of a great business,
depression, and vigorous meas
ure3 must be taken to a Id
such a possibility.
Ollia
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ing, 8.-is
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CITV COUNCIL
M iyor: Geo. Bell
Aldernic'ii    ft   1!   Barm
Bradley. J. W. Evans, N. il   Kenny.
ii. II. '.'.' rtl   ■"
Graham K I
, .     lard  n
Wa are making a special showing of a full line of
Sk
oes
For WINTER AND EARLY SPRING WEAR
A wide ra^ge of styles to select from
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Ihere
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PROFESSIONAL
W. P. GOOCH
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
PETER   RURNET
DOMINION St PROVINCIAL
LAND SURVEYOR
'LOCK
ERBY B C
FRATERNAL
A. F. fit A. M.
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D A. li
C. O. F. No 1058
Come
here
for
:■ *•'
Groceries
SI ck
always
fresh &
clean
J. C. Metcalfe     Enderby
Harness-maker and Repairer. Trunks,
Valises   Etc.
J. W. EVANS, ENDERBY
Bank of Montreal
. .... ..I. ell ptU ■>*. SI4.O0O.O0O. Rett. tlO.000.00
lijlace.. He cam an* I c, account,, >'." I.9M
HEAD   OFFICE.   MONTREAL
Piuielm. Rijlit Hen, Lard Stiath,".iii«jteJ Meant Rajral 0, C. M. 0.
VinPieatdtnl. Sir Ceil. A. DiummtiitdL.C. M 0.
A General Banking   twines* transacted
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Em-flu l . No. 0
Knights of Pythias
Savings Bank "Tr?;;"•':'
_B_*,X_aJ 4«.Jre__BM____Q_i     A.llcelcawdl,   on H,u,*n, Mlltte'ct
e.u>     .. ., i. ,
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OKANAGAN      DISTRICT
0. A. Htt.reei.esi. Mat-ipr, Vtmee
F.NDEHBY *•' KELOWNA
A. E. .-. '       ESA'.KcC.. .',      P.|   M SakAp
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!i NOTICH    h.i:      «n that 30
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- -   itt   - intend lo apply to the
Und* and
. atrial lieaaa* 10 oil and
•r (re in the lallaaring
. !> in Oicysai divuisn
'   .'..le L'iltriCt:
MOWAT & BRINDLE
■ELL BI.OCK. ENDERBY. B. C.
Real Estate, Insurance,
Mining end General Land Agent*
PROMPT  AND  CAREFUL
ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BUSINESS  ENTRUSTED
TO   US
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lhe Winter is Coining
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Whal about lhat new stove you acre
going to have. We have a choice
selection of
STOVES
In M.moel.m
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Heaters
The   HARDWARE  STORE
R. P. Bradley - Enderby
FasnionaDieTurn-outs
We are now in our new Sliblcs where everyihlng is spick and
si .n Rip and Saddle Horses always at your command
Stalls and feed read) for your hoi ngJrtva Cliff St.
MATTHIWS K EVANS EN&itRbf
Get the Credit
of making Good Butler and have
Printed Butter Paper
Prices and Quotatl ;i: al this Office.
Special Cuts and Inks •NDFJv:
RUARY ?. 1906
My Strangest Case
BY OUY BOOTHBY.
Author of "OH. NIKOI '■."   "Tl
••i iiAku.', llll.
•• 'v-M'Tin-i. wiirra devil,0
V.I'.tA.N." UtC.
i— g ■•■:■"»» ' NDnm •
I, ., .1.- i ..  im '
"Is that tan yuu ir« one nltci ln a
IhollMllit, Mi»   Kilwoifr," I »»iil, wllh
a sa_fti.   "V.'■-: uneli u iimIm d forttt*
iiittatn biting inch it fluaploii."
An looktd n* nt A' if thr *****r. nut
jtdl- certain ntirlht-r 1 *** .i> J* ln-i- • r
not •
What «m 1 i.i my? What could I
Mjr?   I litvl «... !..►•!. dtrhltd to b»"
nothing todu with thi matur,?*! hrr*
I wai, tMglnnlO| iu think It wat hard
ii|miii ini !>• tin-1 in disappoint   hrr.
My pmfl ISlon ■» imt '   .. . .:. .1 «•. ' t't
rtndrr n ntan'i limn uvn tender* imt
I mutt i..ii(f ilmt lu t*h|ietu I trait
hy im nieani «» ndninnut n« wai uaual
with imp. A* I havt -niil, *\u wai an
unmuatlj prrtij |fjrl*and had ihv out
horn rmmI rnmigh lo pawn *<■ h< • ■■• "irf
in in) |i».»i r-: ,\fi« i . deteetUrs,
ltkr other |«"|' i. an' i ■ v hun
"Your utirli and lit* • •■>■■.-•■> hav*
promUed in rail u|hm a • il i >'«■ i
in-iiL." i »ni;, "and (thm iln,i ■»,
t tl< 11. I u-M pis uiUi' you thm I niil
■ ■ ■ i* t in i tn* im M.mr nrrnuur*
nn hi with il
"I thank .ton." ohi* inM* "for I think
ihni meant thai ymi \\V\ try t» help
them If ynu do, I frel rnnfldfnt thai
yuu wilt »um«d. | hoppyou will fur-
t'lv. tin far batingeaI*rdu|Mtn yuu ai
I ha*«■ duitr, hui, wh«n I MW howdll*
«|i|H.ititn! ilu \ were after their Inter*
rlew wllh >• ■"* peitei ay. 1 oiad* up
my itiiint that I would endta-rer to itt
you and i«* |i,*i< r«*>t y*«u <tiithrlrhvha!f
hefnrt tln.t ran r twain."
"Vmii lm»r rrrmh l> *\*»nv •«." I an*
awered, n* *h< » •*• t<* *,-■■ "tf 1 taki*
iht* vn**r up. tiitd Mint- mr I nm h»l
nt all fturr that I ahull nol do 00, thr/
trill owe li t*> y "ir Intrreea-alnn.*'
•Milt, mi, 1 <ld ntri ii-.<an thai es*
arlly," »hr replied* Mn
I ahould ilk* to fir) Hml <
for the rraaon that ,\«.»i ta
lln   ejufttcO ut thrtr OBUW, Mil  t"'»'
ion I tried t*» perauade you
that  would ■***■   t*    Imt.
111 hrr In thrill nr In ynu "
"Would It nm hr puai Mc tor it
In ta io  ireottut *<f in.ih rra*on*?H
i  ,. i.i   .. t.-t.  m    Ami now
y,..   Kliwaur.    t
Iroal y*»ui narif wMl Imr if*»,n| rrw%
fair ynu whin >i*U *>•** hllll Htiniii lhi«
nfumnnti."
**l t«»pr ao, !«»«,** *hr an»wfrri1,aml
thrn wiih a wat-wal «f hrr thank*
nml a Nllli* taw *hr Irtt Ihr nffl^r,
I rtnml ihr door ani arrnl tark in
. il, alntml wni.-trrimr ai my
nwn tahavlnr. Ilrfr wa* I, a haf«l>
hrarinl man "f Ihr worM talon
•Irawii ii i.i an ratranMliary ptrw »f
),ii,in .«, whlrh I had im**l -nrtlaln*
It.liri*. 11 »    ttu « IK
'■ h mii
•  ii I had made ap    |
i. iwwtn I        In ia*rir **
fur ihr villain llayh      i ■
iiilt J-flti)   iwhi d   I •'«■   li I
whrrr for aft->laianrr,   Aid yrl.
■  ■   ■    ■   '        iaa for hm*1
i* waa likf-
■•tWlHr- H>
i »tl ihr bell   ' <■
a* I
•liuf,
Ihu
IU|*-
• tty
Ittititv ihr r.M..nl*r nf Ihr day
• I ; ioki<iv fnrwar.1 wttn
'•       [ lhal wa -*i!n   in
In i <  iitlitiirw I wa* In
**..  «  'i Kllw*trr ant Cmtd that
iltrritiHt,    If U - two iff" ll. n .    bui
y i.iaM.ij. a**   tad -.ni!) fit *?,•■!
four, whrn   I
'        - i-   Ihr «»n1ar mil*«!*»,
* t thr)   wrlr *hnwh
i I *e*td rwmr
ml, h*adlna hla tti*u*\ k> thr haml,
im>I n* hi  dW Hi In   <) ■ ! Bf* nilh a
M k «t ii l« nM  .in\i. I) Upon hi* farr.
-1 tin ntbvr band* wmdto
•ie-jinl, and ai Impnaattf a* *****   if
.   v«t»     ri ■ ii«. to- arrialnly rnn«
i *.**, wtll,
• Mt PalrfaK," hr
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hr
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MA*
hVll double and twlii   **< » hari,"
"lU'll not ta I-'..- ' ■■ limn I hava
had lu diml w-iili whu |.iiii*uiu«d DdlH
ehiraetariitlMi" I anawartdi "And l
biva ganirolly auoottded In ruitu.i -•
tin-m in rarth at tlo' end,"
"l.i i'_ hope for all our aakra that
you uill In* nauooMiful iu thli out*,'1
hr Mid, "And now, ii I mny nik tha
quwllon, whrn will you ta ready la
tatfln your ■• *•■•■!. ' **>■ ahill both
fvi'l hiii'i' ■ i when «v kuuw yuu nn-
mi hi* track."
"1 nm rriuly aa aunn aa ynu liki*.'*
I rejiiinrd. "Imlrnl, thi1 kotinrr tho
tatirr for nil part lea eaneerned*
Nothing I* t*i ta gained in. delay, and
if, itt- ynu ny, thr limn ha* mm been
lit Kuttta'd tun month*, he may aoon
ta Ihllikltlg of k'rtlll.k" "Ut nf tl Myall!.
if hr ha* nol  lot   ...-'■«     Hui
taftirr  I  eintark  on  anuliini,'.  you
,n>l
In
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rttiittr lln tt.^a-
-»n • \ •       i • •■*«     «    h*«-^t»r
Ilk* Ci   A i idded hi*
ly l»t «hnw lhal  hr
\*     in,]   tipeeled
i ire     itr
tl*t  il  may
ill tbl    ■   I
' '- :n?     1tr*»   ft*
, If Ih
■   ■    ii  f..    ,u   «ft*>| him.
■ humlrid. if ,\nij
turned.   "You hire aulj lo lakthein
ami I will iht m> ta*t tu aiitwcr."
"In tin eflrai ptaee, I nitial have a
,li».i.'.tt..ti nl thia Mr. lltdeon llnyh-
What I* hi  hkr?"
"Tail, Ihiti. wiih brown hair, and
a flinri. elmerrttppnl btanlt hr mr
rlnt himwlf arocl, and Innk*
almut >.**
**You duii'l h-i| | * n |0 hair i photo*
irraph of him in yuur |H»»ieaainii, I
BUpJHMtf
"Xo," rrplleil Ktiwntrr. ahaklng hla
head, "tiidrnn lla\l. ia imt ihr ion
nf man In allou Mn... if tn ta photo,
tfraphrd, nitd whatV mure you muni
reinrmtier that whrn we reaehrd
Nani|ttitiin*, ihr Mallon mi ihe Iran*
tor nf Huiionh, wt hnd aeirrely a
raff npmi mir lavka. \ny i?«h».t» <-.> A
«-i.»ii.]« wi* might onto chart p ■
ataaed wrre tu iht hnndti nf tta * bt
neoe Thry had roblwd u» of ertrj
thintf. rtrrpi wtml thnl areh il.ni,
llajrlt, had nlrvad> Molt a from
Aa hr M<d th>*. iMHbrr lool I
a« t had seen nn n ,  >n nf bin
prtrlooi ti.it i|irrad o»ti i"* farr.
MThr rtthtar. Ihr tllltf," bf hlfeM t.
almoM trtntldlng in bin audden **••
rr»* nf mtfrj "wlnn I gtl k*d*| t.| l.'n.
hr ahall rue hi* irrarh«ry to th* daj
nf hu dnih. rpwar*!* *-f a qn ■
nf m miltinn nf intimy hr ttott finm
na, and whrrr >* n r>*w? Who
my atgbl, and where >* t <«tdy'» now*
ri nf •|*rreh>> All tfntir, and hr U
frrt.   "Venirram-w U Mine.1 -aith thr
t*nfd, hill  I want  In i<|-ii  il m.f •'■
I want I
litre he Irani art.** thr lahlr and
lurnrd hi* atgbiltai ..
•Thia la eri>^ NM *..rt
of mhudonary,*' I aaM lo myaetf a* I
wnirtad him. Mllr may ta amlttro
nn one rhrrh, bol i ■ iretly fancy
h" would bo . - • in turn »ta
olher In llM Ml
Al lh"* I   ddj  haul  t t-
want In bli l ind plared   ht*
hnml titan h«* frltndV arm. Tit -'
maitirni It'* 111 nf imp-i-i'M
rate dieit ihiwn a* t ** hhnly n*. it lmd
ajifoior n|*. nod ltnmr,|i»!rly hr ta>
rnme ataln thr quiet* •><a«r, »tni«.th
-j-nfc.n Imlltkloal whn had flint rn*
•*l mm-1 i-i* ••>.' . Mt. rait*
fat.** hr *a*tt, io n tntnlt) diitrivnl
tolee tn lhat in whirb hr bad
»|"UVn*    "tthMt  t   rtltirtlitat   hnt,   h.
m wroofrtd* I am apl l
i*»i m)wlf.  I iraii yon will forgltt
turf*
"i will do *n wllllnff|y,N I inawtred.
MV«ni htiir Ftnatnly won ihr ri*hi
■a, u, ,%   =, • i  itrialn a f««i
lotf nf rtotniintfel fnr ihr man whn
bM litni ^'icfolly.   Ami
or.** in i iinttraailonf
"Wi*•     - i io Rnyf
**l wo* al-■■■"» t*» -*j*i  ,*.<i tli* |
>wr ami •}• •■    ' Ibt
whlrh hr   • Y.i'i Inkt mt-
ibey narnl - ' ■ ;\ »f I -rtmrm
tar aritht    t>»jh yon *«■! me   hnw
UiaOi  Ihrrr Writ nf
I   I.  aap
I bin in om
mtnf* bt iM w. r»
nortii *.!,.? ..f inriom     < ■  ran. ng
I-rhaj** frmn *■     I Ml
Ttaj wrrr ti"*- rntaVa, n«H apineli
r*mrn»t-'r  Ibal      1 i,    •• •
fr*tm it- mi il* In I     «■ i ti,a*tr wna
"Haa 11*1*0 any hnuwledgv nf thr
rnltn *.f ptodona *• m **"
t . •- * not * » ■■■■* fndgc m tbt
M*t, IU wnnh) ta a ennmftff Otan
whn wnnM *nr-»>r.| In takim? him in
ata"it thr tnlttt nf anrtluntf fr« I
tnonnalottt i»« a rnl.y"
"In i^ir,* '■*<• ha a    M In all pr '
iMIIiy, bntw  »!,*i*  lo |.u-r them
i„ lhe bMl i *•
• \. i mai '-      n ll al WU h-t
Iroiino In * f to I   egtftnd     1' '
or   ha»r   llM   llallOO  '.*if-lrr>    I
■ nn hMf nothing   f bin ihera."
II. may hair dllp «* I -f Mm    >
•tarn    nn     thr    f-nfftrm lit,"'     I     *
"Howtttti wt «iii aoon t-irar that
i*.int nn* ih*- *ir-< "f ihr largtt
rtonta i* ao nnnantl thai ihey wnnid
- rrflain In atlrar-l altrhtlwn. Ami
q (totlon.    At** )
iiv.nri' wln-i! 'T'^^H	
i Intlvoi in England?"
"8o fnr na we know In- hai imt  a
■iKle rolntlvr in iln* world," Kltwall r ripltedi   "Hava you aver haard
..!  .Hir, Cuilily?"
Tin lit th- mnn ahnnk hli head, and
il -ii, taking thr othor'a band, tappad
.mi it niili bin rin.N'i--. in tho man-
i< r I hart< ulrrndy dticrlbvd.
■'Ui' uyi Maylr lmd a iliter onee,
nl whom I"* wni nry fond."   Thr
i |iplng upon thf   baud   eonttuued,
1 Mm-.' mora Kltwater tranilated:
ha waa n cripple, and llred i»   u
.ill hnuaa off thr llrompton road.
-  .' iln.l while. Hnyla wnu ut North
t    i in ><;   ih  imt  thai go, liiil,-  imii."
i ...Id nodded hli head to ihow lhat
I water had Inlerpreted him cur-
i illy, | then mad.- loute Inqulrloa
... in tbr inlt*lu|e; iiiait'* huStiis.   Bo
.' tin- devohptlon 1 had had nf bim
m epomtnotiplace lu th, eiireme.
-li.. V..H know whether he ihlpptd
nn board Ihe Jrmndnr fnr England
under hli nun nnuie, nr undrr an aa*
und Min-r
"lh* booked hi* pnionife aa Qaorgl
■ rtram," Kllwntrr rrplird. "Wo
ion that i« an, fnr wr made in*
ilrln M Itanc*miii,"
I uexl noted ihr nanir nnd nddrr*<i
I ibi «• ui |*i owner, nml reaolretl to
iy bint a rlili neat morning** It
mid bt lard if I could n >l lenrn
mu him Mmtthtng oonetrntng Mr,
I'a.ale, nml  whrrr  ht*  had  goni  on
■ Uitilll*.
"I think ihnar nre nit tbr queath na
I wnnl tn a*k >"■» nt prcaant,M I Mid*.
tlnaliur toy nott*liook* "It would he
ta will pcrba|M fnr you tn furnlah
.- viih your addreaa, in order ilmt
I may cntiimuntMtc with yon, ihould
ta neteenry*"
"Ai pr««t nt,"»ald Kllwntrr, "wrarr
aylnn with my tita*i at the trtllaga
t |U»bo|wtowo in Burrtj    Mi lata
■«.r wna *irar «if Ibi partah fnr
.!« (rear*, nnd he Irlt bl<  ■
, amall pro|terty In ihr   m
hood.    They Ull mr It  li a  pretly
. but, M you nrr nuarr, 1 ni.tnt-
inately   cannot   an   it.   nml   my
•lend t**rtd herr rnnimt talk in mr
.i nr
II* hfwred n heaiy *l|rh nnd thrn
• m tn ienart,
•| mu*t niraln ■■»)"■• my gnit-
' i.lr la \..,,   ..I   •   rfii     ! d.
Church Notices
St. Gi f b's Ci
Nexl   : ■!'....'      M tl    JSermon
and Holy Communion, 11.
i-. '.' Vonablea, Vicar
Hal
cyon
St. Andrew's Ci
Services al 11 a.m.    Sun i
1.15   Rev. I). Campbell, Paslor.
Methodist Church
services:
l   m i.rv 'e-s ev*ry S     •■ ai I     i >•
Si ind Bill. Clasi. . ■  i  in
I   iy.rM.etln!,   -      •   Twrailay. B p. m.
A. N. MILLER. Pmici
1       . . Ciil! Si„ nm ilu Church.
For Sale!
Fanning land m lot* lo :uii|ur.
c) .i .r.   Siiiiatile Icr frull growing and
e;    Apply lo
.'   '•    "     '. I.UM. Salmon  Arm.
Merchant Tiulor
The i nderslgned pioneer Tailor ol
imber ol Canadian and
,-  :''.i!tii:gi and i'anlug o:t hand.
, /,   ••.'!•'.,;,.. Up
C m« and get yet
W. I
.get lhat this pli
NOTICE
Hot Spfln»:5 Sanitarium
No* under the      nl " .enl ol
'.' Ini an Houu
Roiill
Hi. i-'a ■ . '.*..'•■! i' Hi  i in •»• a..
meal eur.llv* in th* . rW A r-.el.et.
. n*i -<*. •.   »dy lori    ■•      ■ i    '■' i  i
.ui I   ...-      vil   '     • .'ciom.ch
1A m*i'«      'i  !-«"      - -    «    i. eajr.
Rl,«c." tliin    Ac .'        -,      . .'•• ,.v»n.
>e    I   «      10 Sit    le        ' - 1 .1 II
p.ilieul.u apply lo—
Halcyon Hot Springs
Airow Lake   II   C.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
Grcrnhoutet ind Stt-d Houtvet
| VANCOUVER  __ 13.   C.
iHesdqtwriers forTACIFIC COAST
CROWN  garden,  v mt ind  NeU
seeds.   Nei   • . i * ... in:   n *■ I
In cur -j'f" I ■•■    *      A ■  ■  n  mt •
chant (or them In staled f-ack .
he does n i hindlfl ihem *•'* -
SO assorted Sc packages of vegetable
j and flower seeds (our own selection,
gardei    (« $1.00.
B. C. Crown of Fruit and
Ornamental  Treos
ird   Phim
i, 2 yr„ line. S25 |*r 100; Sugar
■ ■ -  *.0per 100.
r dtlaj   M
1 JffiUI list ttfete
. ■ •      iieonhottst Planu.
-••
■ ■■■*• Uft.
1010 V.*. iimi.nin Ko.d     Vinremn
B.C,
I     uhnt   ninn'ty
.   .   h"a%*  }'I1U    Inn.v
nliinii'itilr   wilh  >•••■   A*>
at- i n> I hint lo rrporl,"
.  ■   IM ■'!■ ■
Hi*     tftltel
'     \, 1 ■ .-."
I
•f mrh on *»<'• nl        I I
Ih •* hraii «n*i mol «*• lh w m nor
lo And lUn.     It-it i
■ n  Inr ynt |»ii»i*jiI*i>    *
h-ntf
"I i In nit I dV |   rtlornnl,   f»r
i  lion otnxtat nhroi I *
t% tyfinmi irlrt, i • ■ .
.Mn Nw.h from hi
•i- tthleh hr !•"•'" « «" ""
"ll>   Ihr   *»«>. I  H'ti||*hl  Ihli  with
n». '   !•.    «n d,   "ill  tlif   Imjar   Hint   »r
-hnnhl !«•* »l>l** lis indur-** yon lo I
rti|r> In nnr WlihM.    In* .'•   I'.'i  u ll
* i«*i note, which ol      <
^ifhV'vtit   l<t roTrr *n>   |st* ittninir>
.*j|-i,<..   it jmti,,...( nmrr, i»*rbapi
>nn will iir hitnl rhtraafa '•■ •
■ ale wttn no n'
— •        \ rn   ,,. .
■
i i
.ti-.j-i  n|  'i ihK lahte.   In my own
Oiilnl t ffll  Ihni It wmiltl l<r mi WWJf
IMHrt   I" efOfM  f»lnlir*   Ihr-  ••ihl  ht-l
il*l«| mr
■ I   ihem   lhal   iht
■ ni. in
Mii-i? m#f..i".«M I,-a|t
I  fit «ntnr> pntiiwiih f sit-In
I rnodnrlrd ifnwi t«
■ t. r*|it-*ilna ibt \> v*
*tr thnl I «"nM rnmin in - »'• « lh
mmo m* I hml nntthihir tn
It? I
',*,!, ni llw tftj ntotnrhi »l
....   .      »
I   ■  ■
. nlhr-r
Columbian College
Nt-   Wr.,.,
.'.  I St*   -
B.A..B.I    11
»c:
Itnual Sit.
•mm    Rej
gh School ,   ••
.■ ccurae Inalmctlon la
.•anted public school,
rchcal. Collegiaie and univarall/
lhe ipacial court** include
ocat. inaliumei.ial and technique
I-     '     Skeichlng. Oil
Perfection
and Superiority
Why be *%
LATE •
fOR f.lltRCH or WORK
iuk_H_____l--___l-____l
n ea*
■        ■
MMONlJ
.; -. rllei
.  : *i.'   ;
tlonis.
SO   »'.'.--■
tnitNCE
2*.%
.I IT
t-F^j. "*v'*''   '*
rTT1> '        t-.'it'rfQutsOr.
"Scbi.ic/^iiciican.
MUHN2Co.«''' -NewV.-.
i' ••'   .      ;   <
V"   Pym_||| Tm Heimmorvi is Ptrferticn
NOTICE
CITY   ,• ENDERBY
'.r.t. TAX
NDSRfeY    . iitgnmenl, beamy ol
.  ,    ;        : -'ai   '       '••■.* ol
type. _B____^___________H
,i". i ;
type
-   s!; ' il 15
:iv other
Tilt  IIAMMOM.  TYPtWMTU
COMPANY
Toronla. ai Ad*l*M< *•",,I I*tl
eVot.tr..I. Iii it   i. -... Ctc. ■THE PR CRESS, ENDERBY, B.C., FEBRUARY 2  1906
-   ■'.X;J»_.   .   tlftf,Si   -»*■*.*  eU.Tin ; r"f>elil'---  •-'!■'  * ■~--'*g||
1
lne KorUint' Ronth Sold.
* l'.'-'.-Tti
Special Sale
lhe Union Restaurant
Ladies' Coats,    \
Skirts & Hats
n belci cost.
.'nap Prices
EntL'rby   Tracling  Company
a
■ii.      - aawisia—r-r t aui
■ ■    .
: behall ol Mr.
i 28.000.
■ il Mi
•
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lid !o cm "
WEEK
~F   STREE1
IKETS, S5.C0.
ENDERBY__H
M  NTH, Si
BAKERY
ui        ■. is es.
,i Irom
II a..
-\ ....i :■ I
-  Imi   si  Confectionery Is carried In slock.    Fresh
■■  ■    season.  Don't ball* I   id -■ i'RY OURS.
I
Everything Strictly
First-class
P. CREYELL, Proprietor. Enderby.
E-R ."y.-.'Xttm
M-l
Plumber <& Tinsmith
■•■ANT
item In    n house
I get a .stsyou nothing
Water pi]     and fittings.
.*. heaters, our own make
Look
here ! for
'
by the la :h. and that ol
J. II. C 'anfejd hands,
■
lead which the.
Cheap Lumber
What do you
Think of this?
A. FULTON
Knclerl'V Land L>1
■
■
'ii ni. . Camiiax
4
.
TOWN '•'. DISTRICT
.NOTES
 s
I.OMWO tVEMS
.
.
ft   Iwl
c   gt**l
Friday
■-
»an ex-
•
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D7 Boards and Dimension Timber, from $8 to SIO per M.
Shlplap.       -      -      -       - 512 per M.
Flooring, Celling. Siding, from SI5 per M. up
•9   :,)• other information -Mil be furnished on inquiry at
lllce.   We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage.
V.ave our careful atten'.i n
1h, KAMLOOPS LUMBER CO.. LTD
Ea-*i.y.D C
Enderby Flour
Never send out ot tow. for what is made as good as
ihe best in lown. In supporting home Industries you
are supporting yourself and others who make the town
These arc our brands:
Aioffi't's Besl. I lungaiian. Premier, 1 lit'ee Star,
: -sor xx.
W       Sheaf, Svmuimni, Graham. Whole Wheat
a'atrc.-i i' Ii.c Home Mill
Tivb Col'iir' i Flouring MUb Co., Lid. Endei-by.
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Confederation    Life
ASSOCIATION
D. A. Wright, ArmatMflg. B
itji*?. <at lh?
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.a igai   in
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iiief-M la if mm m tht
•
fraih«ring tf
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laws,
A strong constitution
means a healthy mind
and gos»d work—and
good work mean
vancement. To have
a strong const!!
one must have the best
meats, and that's what
you will Sini at the new
brick block. Always
fresh, juicy and tender
Geo. R. Sharpe
ENDOW)
xr
l\ow FRij,t  Tnj_ES
for Spring Delivery
H. Vi, HeiHrkkton,
Tonsorial Arlifl
:       ...
Ira C. Jones
House lo Renl
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