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 Are You Planting Any Street Trees?  How many shade trees are you  going to plant this Spring on the  street in front of your home?  How many /will you put out on  Enderby's first Arbor Day?  Mayor Bell has assured the  Board of Trade -that he will declare a civic holiday to be-known  as Arbor Day and to be devoted  to street tree planting. Of course,  you do not have to wait. for Arbor Day to begin the good work.  It was  the  intention , of the  Board of   Trade  to  solicit for  trees to be planted under the direction of the civic improvement  committee, but this committee,  Messrs.   Moffet,     Harvey   and  Taylor, do not feel disposed to  take the work itfhand, believing  that the people who are public |  spirited  enough, to donate, the  trees should have them planted  in front of their own property.  They therefore suggest that each  property owner set out. his own  trees, and thus avoid conflict.  It is the intention of the committee to draft a detailed plan of  civic improvements and submit it  to the Board for its endorsation,  and until this is done they do not  favor mixing up in a makeshift  proposition that must essentially  operate inequitably.  Many citizens, however, have  signified their intentions of putting out street trees. . Mr. Peel  and Mr. Moffet will be the largest  planters; the first named having  nearly 400 feet frontage, and the  latter about 2,400.  There are a number of property  owners who intend to set out a  few trees in front of their property, and others willing to enter  nipon^any^concerted==_novement  that will ensure the proper planting and protection of the trees.  Some time ago when we went  into the street-tree matter, we  learned from M. J. Henry that  the first cost of the trees would  be from 50c to 75c each. Tree  boxes affording" ample protection,  would add another50c.each to  the cost. Larger trees would  bring the cost 50c higher.  As to variety, it is said there  is no tree surer of growth and  quicker of foliage than the maples, though the beech, elm and  horse chestnut are highly recommended.  churches, Cliff street, the mills,  and- the substantial .Enderby  homes are all the very best, while  those of some of the pretty spots  on the river and Mara lake are  as fine as anything ever shown.  Mr. Dunwoodie should be encouraged to prepare a number of  these view books for the market.  It is such work as this that will  be appreciated by anyone who  "wants to know."  Open to Settlement  A few days ago Chas. Garden  ment land, about four miles from  Enderby in.the direction of Salmon Arm, which is open to settlement. Mr. Garden has a  homestead near the Salmon Arm  road, and he has cut a good road  to his cabin. ��������������������������� Back of him, Geo.  Skeeles has. a place, and .beyond  Mr. Skeeles there are eight quarter sections waiting for homesteaders to take them up." Mr.  Garden has been over most of  the unoccupied,land, and'he declares there is much.!of it that  couldbe easily cleared and -put  into trees. Ke'has a number of  trees, planted on his' place without a plow ever being used upon  the land, and all. are doing well.  Last season the government put  tides  *y  ai  Season  Promises  ���������������������������sj:  showed us on  the government I a couple hundred dollars. on the  map two full .sections of govern-1 road leading to the Garden cabin.  Ground .was broken Tuesday  morning for the -foundation of  the new Bell block to be erected  oii the corner of Cliff.and Belvedere by Geo. Bell.    As has been  stated before,' it will be a single-  story brick, with basement under  the.hardware store to be occupied by A: Fulton.  While the Baptist ���������������������������chiirch and  several smaller buildings have already'been erected this Spring*,  this block and-that of W.������������������ H.  Hutchison, now nearly completed,  mark the commencement of what-  promises to be the best season of  ��������������������������� 'l_^U-__J������������������_L.  WALKER'S  Published every Thursday at Enderby, the Gate-Way of the famous Okan&can, Land of the Bi_ Canccinn Red Apple and the. California of Canada  Enteral in the Post Oflice at Endorby, B. C, as second-class matter.   -   - '.  peri-*1  s'tor.  building Enderby. has ever ex-  nced:- The demand for  buildings1 is -not going to  stop"with* the erection of this  block, and it. would not surprise  anyone to see Mr.'-.Bell erect another block. on the Kenney.corner, recently' purchased by him.  .- The city hall aiid ';court house,  ���������������������������with vault's,' prison" cells and  basement.for -hose-reel/--etc., a  very handsome' brick- and stone  "In order to be.poor in the Okanogan, you have to'waste an awful lot of Time and Money.'  Hi.      M.      WA.__K.ER  Advertising rates on application.   Subscription, one year, $2; six months, $1  A blue pencil mark here indicates that your subscription is past due,  and the editor would like to retain your name on the roll of honor.  Address all communications to-   THE .WALKER PRESS. Enderby, B: C.  Pa says:  true.  "True words are not fine,' fine toords are not  FROM ONE MAN'S POINT OF VIEW  _���������������������������>���������������������������  ���������������������������<c  ^>  w  ATCH ENDERBY GROW!    We  want to print these words big upon  the film of your mind.    We want  to infuse our very life with the thought.  And then we want to make good.   The  _other_daya friend askeck>"Do youjreally  Advertising Enderby  Merlin C. Dunwoodie, with  his camera, has done, and is doing much to make the beauties of  Enderby known. He has a very  fine collection of views of the  many points of interest in and  about Enderby. One of his view  books is before us. It would be  a splendid thing if there were  hundreds of these books in circulation. One of them would make  a very appropriate gift to a  friend, and would be the means  of attracting thither the good  impression, at least, of a great  number of people. The view of  Enderby from the northwest is  one of the best we have seen;  those from the Lawes hill are  also good. The views of the Enderby hotel and the King Edward, the school building and the  think that Enderby is going to push ahead?  Think! Why, bless you, of course we  think so,��������������������������� nay, more: we are''positively  sure! There isn't the least doubt about it.  Of course, there are some who will not  realize the strides she is making, and will  put every obstacle in the way of progress  m the false belief: that, by so doing they  will preserve some private selfish interest,  just as they have in other towns the world  over. There are some men so afraid of  Progress that they can't sleep o' night for  fear of being tumbled out of bed. And  they do cause much uneasiness at the start  by insisting upon hitching their ox-cart  ideas to Minerva's benzine buggy, but in a  little while, when the underlying purpose  of their madness becomes known, they are  brushed off and left behind like so many  flies trying to carry the carcass of a dead  idea in their mouths.  Enderby is ideally situated. It has the  advantages of river, rolling wooded hills,  meadow lands, bench lands, and wide,  well-watered low lands. It has all the  beauties that nature can give, and is prolific in resources. If Enderby does not  push ahead -'��������������������������� it should be to our lasting  shame. But Enderby -is pushing ahead,  and will continue more rapidly this year  than ever. Of course, our progress will  depend in a large measure upon the spirit  of our co-operation. If Enderby as an incorporated body stands back of the men  who, individually and collectively, are ex  erting every effort to: attract' interest and  business to the town, it"." will add^much to  the harmony of our advance. If, however,  petty spite and selfish interest are to be  allowed to creep in, iamatters of community betterment, then our advance' will not  be so harmonious. ;  But, mark you this, Felix; harmonious  o'r not harmonious, we are going to advance! Enderby. has outgrown, the ..one-  idea policy that has characterized her sidewalk building, street grading and street  lighting. Selfish interest has been the predominating influence too long. The "community spirit has been aroused, and its demands must be listened to. It has been  pushed aside too often to satisfy the whim  ^of:some_.pe.tty_personal.pique._or_to^save.at  the spigot while draining at the bung.hole.  Enderby���������������������������Enderby���������������������������should be our slogan  ���������������������������not "Enderby for what /can get out of  it." Co-operation of this type is sure to  fail. It reminds us of the little boy who  co-operated with another little boy in the  purchase of a pup. This little boy perceived that there would-shortly arise problems in regard to feeding the pup, so as  they were leading it home he addressed his  partner thus:  "Say, Pete, which half of Rover would  you ruther have? Would you ruther have  the front half with the ears and eyes and  nose and mouth, or the other end with just  the tail?"  "I'll take the front half," responded Pete  promptly.  "All right," replied the youthful diplomat, "then you'll have to feed him."  i  T will be good news .to the people of Enderby to learn of the transfer of the  property, buildings, stock and fixtures  of the Harvey & Dobson estate to Mr. S.  Poison, the prominent merchant investor,  who has been operating so extensively and  successfully in the Okanagan for the past  year or more. It is good news to Enderby.  Just what it means to Enderby���������������������������the full  importance of the transfer���������������������������will not be  realized', at'first'sight,- for to fully appreciate Mr. Poison, you must know the man  and his purpose.   Watch Enderby grow.   ���������������������������  structure, to be' erected by the ,  city and .province in conjunction,  on the city property, -is practically :  assu'rred." This of itself will cost  in the"neighborhood: of $10,000,  and .will mean more ��������������������������� to Enderby  than.any building we .'how have.  In addition to these, it is probable that the-Bank of: Montreal  will build on its corner property. -'  Whatever the Bank-of "Montreal ;  does in the. building, line is sure. -  I to. be, of a -substantial? nature.. -  Plans have already'been submit-,--���������������������������  ted to the head' office for, a b^nk-v  building, that-would J'make .every;  citizen -with a. heart' f or - Enderby  carry his chin in and Head-high.  In the way of residential property,' we  have the  .handsome"  cement-block  residence.. to ' be -  erected for A: Sutcliffe, and the  A. R. Rogers Lumber, Company,  proposes, to-start workatan early "  date on a number of finer build-   .  ings.for its office men, and fore- -  men.  There are: many- other indica-"'  tions pointing to a.very prosperous season,  but above them alf  stands out prominently the deal  which culminated this week by  which, the business' property of  the Harvey & Dobson. estate, together with the stock' ancl fix-  .tui:es,_passe.djn_t_outhe^hands_ol.a__  strong financial man. Full details  of this deal, when - made known,  will'convince the most skeptical,  that Enderby is right on .op and j  going to stay there.  Business Personals and Late Neivs ���������������������������  Neighboring towns are "talking -  the summer half-holiday, and the <_.  talk has'hit Enderby."  P. Murphy was called to Bovie,  Minn., Monday, to-the bedside of  his brother, Jim, who was seriously injured in an accident.  A quadrille dance will be held  in the K. P. hall (on Friday evening, March 26th'; Dancing from  8 to 12.   Admission, 50c each.  Schoolmaster McDonald went  to the hospital Monday, suffering  from an attack of typhoid. Mrs.  Geo. Sharpe is weilding the birch  in his absence.  Postmaster Harvey has submitted the matter of the removal  of the postoffice to this side of  the railway track, to the officials  at Ottawa. He expects to move  into the new Bell block about  May 15th.  For Sale���������������������������Residence, corner  Belvedere and Mill Sts., lot 65x  120, frame cottage, 24x26 with  18x18 addition; 12x18 summer  kitchen; 12x18 chicken house;  12x18 stable with hayloft. Also  cottage cor. Regent and Railroad  Sts., lot 30x100; cottage 15x30,  with woodshed and. outhouses.  Cash and terms. Robt. Bailey,  Enderby. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S ..WEEKLY.
(Continued From Another Pago.;
"Where hits sli������ poll'.'? Where lm_ she
���������_..ii.':���������to hun! ���������tu kiin!" mid llu'ii ran
i:;tu tho street. beckoning with his hand.
Old Dun c-uijrhc up hi.s hut, filled with
-uino. drciui of imjH.niinj; iJl to his
u .rlii'ijr Daisy, ami  followed  nftcr.
Five   minutes   pushed.   1/ai.sy   looking j
.-(.round  I lie room iind  up rL her lover's
plooiny face with wonder und fi.-ar. |
Then :t footit.p  wa.s  k.urd upon  the j
.--.air.  and  -Mr.  De. .lerscy cnls-rod. |
Daisy shrunk back from his ph _.minj.' j
!(>    liiillll.   i
eye., bul  L'lr.p' took  !:���������.'!'  by  ih
his head.
J.o-^k  in
Miid:
her
.ind. throwing  lxtok
���������'.he i.s here, sir!
.������������������nd tell ine if ohc
\olir d ���������ui������_ liter.''
Mv. J _   Jt-rs-ev uttered a  hur.Ii inupli
lace
is   unworthy   to   bo
Imt puddenly,
as
jin<I   turned  away,
;\\\<d by some unknown infiueuee. turn-
c] and looked at the shuddering ;riri.
As ho did ho a chance itune over his
:ai;n.  and  wilh   "i
.-top forward.
low erv, Uo it rode
a
:U   i
i
���������at   ir.star.t
h'-ar.
n.t.-d
<���������})���������$
a   loud   knock   was
the door, a sound   of hurried
euir.e   iiloii"-   the   hall.       The
drawing-room door was wide open, and
.Mr.   JJniiicl   _"ick_lK>.y   aiid   t.i:-j   be^ar
rn-dicd into the mom.
"])ai=y. Daisy!" f-.iioul.pd old Dan.
"My ehild. my child!'' echoed tin.- bc_f-
_���������.".:".   "Oh, ll-?aven. not too late, not too
Mr.  De Jersey turned sharply at the
.~fiitn _ of tho voicv, stared  with siurlcd
iuld
mid,
the
at  tlie wan.  worn !'ac<\  which
dispuisiiiff cap  or   pa-teli
a pieicinj; shrink, fc
ii
upon
i \vs.
r.ciw  no
uttering
ground.
Clare was on his kne.es beside him
in an instant, but before he could raise
i.h<': prostrate form it had raised itself
on one arm. and p .iiitinjr to where the
yotiup ���������irl lay seuseli.'ss in the arm* of
tiv.' lje������^ar.   pe.sj.KiI:
"Ilrother!    brother!"   and    foil     baek
<k.d,   with   the   blood     of   u   ruptured
b'ood-vessel  si reaming  over hii  breast.
��������� a ,-< *        i- 'i
What need is there to tell the reader
imw Clare, ri.-in.tr, siuj>cfi(..l. to his feet,
found that the man who had fallen in
the. streets twenty years before wa?
.Daisy's father, and flu: I ."par who had
wa.tehed her day ��������� by day :uid year by
V'V.r, choosing rather to live in poverty
and want, unknown and unloved, than j man..
ri-k the hatred of his brotlier who had \
wronped  him  and  hi* child  to erueily?
All" this   was   to!.!  him   both by  old
Dan
but,
man who had l>ocn seduced byq avarice
into depriving bis brother of hi* inherit-
a;:<e.
Failinp in his endeavor lo con fine him
in a lunatic asylum under pretence of
insanity, by f'eorpe De Jersey's, flight,
i the yuiiuacr Dp Jer.-ey, pursuing him to
London. ha/1 found him a a hotel, and
strivinir by threats to induce, him to
pivf up Ihe little ehild he had carried
with him, for she wa. the heiress to the
immense estates., he had tempted him
into the .vtivcts. and tlie re, as old Dan
had witi:cs-.fl. pivinp vent to his passions, he had nearly branded Jiiiu.elf
as a homicide and a Cain.
\'������ hen {hi> next year earno around,
with its frost and snow, a happy yi .up
was ,_ irhered around tlie luipo fireside
of the house in' Cornwall, which, no
bnp'or bleak ar.d.ploomy, was Ike home
of Clare and Daisy De -Jersey.
Opposite tho beautiful face of the mis-
lrc..s of the mansion sits a pale, thin,
obi pentleman, remindinp one dimly of
the weakly, trembling fipure which fiat
Hu-re in the dark days years apo, save
that thi.���������iilthouph the same fipure���������is
a. happy, peaceful one, and that, instead
of havinp its proi.vl phtr.ee fixed upon
a cradle at its feet, it is nursing a blue-
eyed ha he. aii.:u!y to him a second
angel��������� Daisy.
Ai the table is another old man���������a
strong, while-haired old man���������who is
mixing a bowl ni punch and chatting iu
a cheery voice to the old lady, who,
though dressed in silk and sa_in.=>, i.s
still the sweet-faced old lady who used
to cook mutton outlets so admirably at
No. 27 flreal .^norain street.
And now, a-s the mixture is completed,
the door swings open, and a tall, handsome-looking penihMnun enters.
'���������'AJi. all!" he cries, looking at Ihe.in
with a _rniic of love and joy. "All here
warm and sung. Wr-i!, here is some
game,'' throwing a heavy bag on the
table, "and what's better, here's some j
punch."
ul. with a rir._imr laugh. Clare    1>
it would.be impossible for Germany under modern conditions to steal a march
on Englaud, even" of twenty-four hours
in tune,, by assembling' an army of "200,-
G00 men. To transport such an army
across the North Sea a fleet of transports would have to be. assembled ��������� constantly in German port,, aud would have
to command uninterrupted passage for a
longer time than even the theorists believe. Colonel Gnedkc cites Japan's experience in transporting her armies to
the mainland. Even when Japan virtually commanded the sea unintcrrupedly,
it required months for Japan to put her
armies down on Manchurian soil.'
But even supposing such an unthinkable thing as the landing by stealth of
this army in  Great Britain  to be  possible, Col. Gacdko has uo idea that the
invaders co .Id achieve anything there or
extricate   themselves  from  the  position
in which tl-cy would bo placed. Of this
200,000   army,   about   11-0,000   would   be
combatants���������perhaps not so many���������and
the colonel thinks that oven if we suppose this force to be landed, the British
licet   out   of   the   way,   and   unbroken
communication maintained with its base
in Germany, tho idea that it coiild conquer    the    10,000,000   people of    Great
Britain  is nn absurdity,  lie thinks the
present- army  of Great-  Britain    would
make short work of such a force. If it
were iu tho clog days, the discussion of
such a matter might be credited to weather conditions. That it should take pliuw
in  the winter would appear1 to indicate
that Great Britain suffers from a dearth
of existing topics. '
��������������������� ������
Is Your Chest
Sore, Wheezy?
To delay is dangerous���������inflammation--.���������musfT be drawn
out at once. Rub throat and chest well with "Nervilinc"
and put on a Nerviline Porous Plaster. In one hour you'll
feel well. The penetrating qualities of Nervilinc enable it
to soak to the very core of the trouble, and from the Nerviline Plaster comes a feeling of warmth and comfort that
proves danger is past. o
For weak chest, sore throat, colds, quinsy and bronchitis nothing can be better than Nervilinc treatment. No
home is safe without "Nerviline."
Kingston, Dee. 11th.       \\ ��������� g���������
"To Mfi_. of Narriliue: *\P_^VI 11 fl P
"Ei������_t wmIm ago 5 woa exposed to   ������ ������^"    TllllIC
rtry inclement weather, and during a - .
twenty mile drive caught a sovere cold A I HI O If O
that (fettled on my chest. I suffered in- HIIfU IU
ten_ely> couldn't draw    a  long breath ���������������������������������������������*��������� J w
witW it hurting. My chest was tight,  A __im������J_Im
and every time I coughed it rasped and lallrPQ IllllPlflV
made my throat raw. I went to bed, and VlllUU l������UIUll!j
���������till-that cold didn't break up. Then I sent to the drug store for tlie
Nerviline treatment. I took half a tcaspoonful of. Nerviline in hot
water three time* daily, rubbed my throat, chest, and shoulders with
Nerviline, and put on a Nerviline porous plaster. In twelve hours I
iru cored." Cyrua C. Stanhope.
For nearly 50 years Nerviline has been a family standby. Large bottles, 25c, and Nerviline Plasters, 25c���������at all
dealers.
:
With a Bump.
.-Ml
fersev  oiilehe.   up   a   tumbler   of
the
steuiniii" ix'.vt .a__i.', and, raising it above
Iiis  head, say.:
"Daisy, my  dan'iiijj:  little 'l)oi*y.  my
flower-bios-onr.   father'"���������-for'so he calls
..OOi
���������>':l
and the weeping father himself,
it was uol, perhaps, until weeks
ai'u _, when lie le.l Iiis cousin, the hcireas
n; till- De -'er.-ey wealth���������once simple
)"ai-y--lo ihe altar as his bride���������Unit
hi- R'liih! undvrsland how noble had been
ihe lather's love, and how tcrribh.- the
ii,- s tiler's ..".crime. /....":
I low:. [j-iorioii-iy old Dan .had\ kept his
;vu-r and -^ iinw joyfully lie 'had 'taken
i .i������- little ���������w'lit-ev.i^.isy {<>; Ins hmiest old
l-.-.irtrnu-.n:^^^
(���������.���������Tiiid-.-.-retiliw;. .'how; fearuil had beyn. ; the
i-' ;iioi's;rwhie!i J:ad il-fiK'^ddh:' mis.er.ib.le
_v   De   .1 .wy���������"ar.'l  Dan,
lady,   here's   love   to   you
��������� vrjirs of life to enjov it."
(The Kn'd.)
 ������-*~c������	
INVASION B_ AIRSHIP
the
ill���������und
and
The British people would hardly feel
happy if some portion of the population
were not enjoying a scare, A favorite
form of this indulgence is foreign invasion. Uecently, some ad venturous'aeronauts have succeeded in reinainine in
the-air for -a brief" time, and actually
to some oxtert directing .theirTairship:
and immediately dhafc part ofvlh.-vBritisli;.
people v.'hich vrxyry "liiorning -looks to
..iind_.au juvader'-."sit.-."".'its' bedside,';enjoys
eesLalic; thrills Ut the thought of that
.invader.', crossing   the -Channel; by;;aero-   ^j^ijj^cuk ;ii to hiin:gently
NOT   IMPOSSIBLE.
.K.'.cited  Traveler���������Can  I catch
four o'clock express  lor -o.ton.
Station  Master���������(Calmly)  That   depends on  how fast you can  run.    It
started fifteen minutes nj..o.
 ���������. ���������+������������ ���������
A Tactful Crescendo.
''In the Province of Holstciu." says a
traveller wlio spends a yood deal of his
time abroad,, "where, of course, nothing
is more important that the breeding of
'���������uperior entile, the country people arc
not only very thrifty, but exceedingly
fond of their cows, as may be gathered
from a characteristic story current
there:
"It appears that one farmer was walking sadly down the road, one day when
llif village pastor met him.
" ���������\\*h\"'f.o*diiwncii.-l. friend'.' asked the
pastor.  ........
..'.-������������������ I have a sad errand, pastor." replied,
the farmer.: v;Fanner llonrik's cow is,
dead: ;;ii.;'iiiy;jpasture."and-H^ainyini anyway lo: tell Jiim.',;;.; ..::./.;.:,:.::::,:.l.
-.,.'- ���������' ;A hard ,task;- indeed.'.;..'; - xt;. -:i. i
Vou may well say' so, pastor; but 1
The man with the brown derby hat.
uid the suitcase wa.s hurrying northward
it the intcfhOftion of S'ttue and Madison
si reels v.'he.n a taH. slendei- man who
wore a long overcoat and a thoughtful,
preoccupied expression of countenance,
who was hun-ying westward, collided violently with him. knocking his hat into
the gutter.
'You awkward hniKniix!*' he angrily
exclaimed, picking'up hi. hat, what do
you mean by bianpiu, into me in that
way!*'
"If you are addressing me. sir," answered, the other. ';1 bumped into you,
that way because that was the only way
i could do it." "
"You'd better be :i little more careful,
if you know what's,good for you."
'���������Thank?. If you know wiuit's good
for you, sir. you'll be a little more careful how you gt. in my way."  .
"Do .you own this crossing, you 1< .ig-
losged. goggle-eved. hump-shouldered
slab of '-���������' '
"'I' happened to own the particular spot
on this crossing where we met so informally just now. you peak-nosed.
I_ench-bearded, iii-nn tured. .-sleek-haired
specimen of bad. manners. Anybody with
half the intelligence of an idiot ought to
i.-
Icnow	
'"I've half a mind lo knock your
block   off, you  walking" scarecrow,
ugly
you
know that when two men are approaching
each other at right angles the point at
which they will inevitably meet "
"Who are  you.  anyway,  you   putty-
faced, leather-jawed old "
"'My name is .'williams, attorney and'
counselor at law, if that helps you any.
you mutton-headed Algerine. To resume:
The point at which two men are approaching each other at right angles are
bound to meet belongs by every principle
of law and common justice, not to mention common sense,-to the man who is
nearer to it. Yon saw that'I was going
to pass it first, and you tried to head mc
off by hurrying. You didn't move quite
fast enough, and I took a deep, screw*
pleasure in butting into you.   J'd do it
again, you "
"You   would,   would   you *     I'll   ju-. .
smash your face'for you, you infernal old.
p.l a iie or wa r '-���������.ball ocm. The l>uke of Argyll delivered a hair-raising speech in
London the other day in which be discussed lhe possible invasion of Britain
bv,.'a'n. armv in .balloons. His Grace ac-
tually   professed   to   tlTTnlc
vnsion   practicable,   and
"the   best  thiny  tha
111-
'I'Iiis v.'omau says thnl Lydia E.
1- .nl.lium'3 Vej.elut'.ltt <Jojuj������<>nnd
i-icrc'l her :il'ter evcrytiii:i^,ol..e
h;ul tV.il<:tJ.
.".l-s. W. Ban-ett, COi iMoro;ui St.,
.V-'ntrY-a!, writes to Mtr.. .Pinkliiini:
" l'or years i was a great sntYerer
���������' ��������� -in   female   svenkness.   and .despite
��������� vi.ry remedy given me by docturs for
'. iii _"tronhl., L grew worse instead of
��������� .Uci'.    1. wiis  fa.sD  failing in tiealtti.
������������������i'jd 1 was completely ilisoouragi'd.
���������' Our '1���������';' a friend .���������]���������;'.'������������������! r.us to .try
l.ydia ii .'finisiirtin's Veg-etable Com:
pound. I did so, and am thankful to
!;,;,��������� that ?.t cured the female v/ealcuess,
making ine strong aud well.
'��������� Every woman who suffers from te-
male troubles should try Lydia li. rink-
ham's Vegetable Compound."'
FACTS FOR S.CIC WQB/SEN.
For ��������� thirty years Lydia ii. I'ltik-
li.-un's Vegetable Co.������ipound., nitule
from roots anil herbs, has been the
.v.andard remedy for female ills,
and has positi vely cured, thousand;-' of
'.vomen. wlio have been troubled with
i!i;������plaeenients. inflaruniation, nleera-
iii-n. fibroid tumors, irregularities,
ncriodi. pains, backache, that bear-
iti;.v-dou .i feeling, flatulency, itidiges-
;i.;u,diz7.ines.sor nervous prostration, j \
sucli. an   ln-
decla'rw'l   that
could   happen   to
awaken the public in England to a sense
of" its position  i< that someone,  preferably a French man or a Herman, should j
have the goodness to direct a large dir- i
ipible balloon to hang over tho Bank of j
.Kiigland.'"'��������� He seemed to think that that j
would  be a lesson lo the: people- and to
tiuv Government that would induce them
Tc "druiill _"" t Ife ir "In i I i tary"ex pi1 ml iI u res^
very quickly.-The Ifogiy held up to the
[jeoplc  by   lii.i  Grace  amy   be  effective
in inducing them to er; out for increased ivar-vKU'iidilurcs; but to tin- aver.ige i
reader und to tlie. scientific .student   his j
performance resembles very-much    that ;
of a somi v.h;il juicy afli .-tlinner speech j
in  wh.ieh the snenker strives tu emulate '
.1 ul..-.   Verne's   j'uut.istie   efforts,       $'w ;
Uirnm Mc.vim  i.i. qiiotcij as saying that j
inneliiui-   could  be  built,  with  .10.   h.-p. j
engines to  carry   a   load of  hail' v,  'on ���������
und  leniain  in  the air five liouri at  a j
time. Five Ihousiiud such machines, cost- I
in"   about  S-1..000.000     Would, he said, i
carry KKbCOfi suldu-r:- across in one night,
lie admitted tliat there -Xirc. contingen- !
eies to be considered. That-is significant. {
(bie  i ���������!' I lie vo:;;ii'geiicies  i-;  the c'ti'ince j
'And how will you dolhat Y , _ ;:.���������   <3 .
'Oh. 1 shalFteli  him first that it  is
father who'is dead:  and then, hav-
.ng opened the way for sadder news still,
I ^hall-tell��������� liii.iV.that it ij .not'his father.
but the cow!""-���������linrpci's V\ eekly.
���������';���������'.������������������ +~+<*���������-���������'������������������
'���������'You've considerably less than half a
mind to do it. my friend. Look here,
you 'thick skulled ignoramu.i. don't you
''Aw, g'wan!'" interposed the big policeman on the crossing, elbowing his way
into" the crowd that had gathered, grabbing each of the two by the shoulder,
and giving them a shove in opposite directions. ''Til run yez both in if tiyther
of ye says another wurrud.''���������C. \V. T.
in Chicago Tribune.
A   Business   Secret.
"Fin sure." said the interviewer, "il .
public would be interested to know tli���������
secret of your success."
'���������Weil,- young man," replied the captain of industry, "the secret of my .success has been my ability.lo keep it a
secret.'"���������Catholic  Standard   and  Time:'.
PI A vj I o I K A E fc 2>
C.U.RE.D
AFTER 20 YEARS of SUFFERING.
���������*������2 r <*
the
In
of he.lf of tiii-; annv landing in the r.'id- j
* . i
die of th;; A'.iair, ic. or being, dtv.-iied to
pieces  by  tlie vagaries of  the  airship., j
and the other In If being deposited car,- j
veniently   to   British   j
there   is   also   to
lhe  fact   that  ui
WANTED TO KNOW.
he  professor���������Yos, u caterpillar is
mn_t   voraeious  ������'d'  living  things,
n month it will cat about six hun-
1 times its own 'weight.
Parent���������Who:������   boy   did   you
Don f
suv  he
was
-���������-���������-*-
1-iritish.  priuous.      Indeed,
to  be -taken  into account
.id of  reach ing Mug-
land, a  good many of the 5.000 eon tin-
gents   might   make   their       landing   in
Greenland o?" in the ..ahar'a.
Tlie eagerne-s of the Ih'itish nillitar-
isls to cmbarass the G������ver:i:ne::t and
create a feeling of insecurity among the
pi'fipli.' has led .-onie of their spokesmen
into great absurdities, liven Lord Roberts himself Ins not been above reporting fo clap-trap sensationalism in this
eonncclii.il. "I_11_ 'Urilain go'.'^ on her way,
lie  solid  sense of  the  people  rejecting
Y/ater   Supply   of  St.   Petersburg.
Tho  recent cholera  epidemic nt St.
iMorVtuirK   b''3   turned   the  attention
of'die municipality to considering Lhe
aueslion   of  supplying   tho   city   with
water  from Lake Ladoga, one of the
f.iiost fresh-v.'nter lakes in the world.
The water is pure and the supply by
��������� .aviUition,  and  the -plan,   if  carried
i out. will wove of great value to the
' city.   This*  lake   i.s  situated  about  !')
Petornburg and is the
Why don't you try it .' _       j tjK,   ijc..,   that   she   is  in   danger or  lii-
Mvfi. Pinkh-un   invites ���������!!_ sifik    ration.  Col   (iaedke. a leading German
military critic, is far from agreeing with
women to write her for advh*..
.She lias guided thousand* to
health.   Adtixeas, Lynn, Maaa.
Lord   Roberls'  idea  that Great Britain
is open to invasion by Germany. He said
ii.
nines from St.
souive of the river Nova.
���������__ ��������� ������-.	
���������0
She   Knew.
������������������Dad. can you tell fairy tales?"
Asked my little 4-year nan;
Lo. his molher standing by.
Answers, as she heaves n sigh:
"Ves, my child, your father can."
������������������Buffalo "MWS.
Zam-Buk's   Healing   Power  Proved
by School Commissioner and
Saptist   Deacon.
NE   of   the   most  recent converts   to   the
-Zam-Buk method of treating und curing
disease io Mr. C. E. Sanford, of Weston,
King's  Co.,  N.S.
.Tr. Sanford is a Justice of the Peace for the
County, and a member of th. Board of School
Commissioners. He is also Deacon of the
Baptist Church in Berwick. Indeed, throughout
die County it would be difficult to find a man
more widely known and more highly respected.
Some time back he had occasion to test
Zam-Buk, and here is'his'opinion sf this great balm.    He says :���������
" I never used anything; that gave me such satisfaction as Zam-Buk.
I had a patch of eczema on my ankle, Which had been there for over
twenty year3. Sometimes, also, ths disease would break out on my
shoulders. I had taken .solution of aixenic, had applied various ointments, and tried all sorts of things to obtain a cure, but all in vain.
I was advised to give Zam-Buk a trial, and as I am a firm believer in
Nature's remedies, I did so. From first applying it I saw it was
altogether different to the ordinary ointments and embrocations, and it
soon began to show signs of clearing away the eczema on my ankle.
This was so gratifying, that. I persevered for some time with it, and I
am g'lad to say it had the desired result. I am now cured of the
disease which  deiied every other treatment for twenty years.
" This is not the only direction in which I have proved the merits of
2am-Buk. I suffered for a long time from pile., and I found a perfect
cure for this painful ailment in Zam-Buk. Zam-Buk soothes the pain,
relieves the congested veins, and so restores the elasticity to the tissues
that the piles gradually but surely disappear."
Zam-Buk is a positive and certain cure for cut . burns, braises, sprains, piles, ttsttxiat
sorss, ulcers, scalds, blood-poisoning, eczema. 3cabs, chapped hands, cold cracks, chilblains,
ringworm, scalp sores, bail leg, diseased ankles, and all other skin diseases and Injuries.
Kubbed well into the parts affected, it cures neuralgia, rheumatism, and sciatica. All druggiiti
and stores sell at 50c. box, three for fcl.23, and post free from Zatu-Buk Co., Toronto, te
prios.   Refuse the harmful imitations sometimes represented to be   just as flood.
__iii-Biik_
V,
m
if
i
.. _ THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  /4  "Ah, it is an old favorite," he said,  with a lo\cr's proverbial blindness or  perversity,  mifnindcr.standiug her.  They spoke no more until they reached the little shop, where stood old Dan  .'it the door, ab usual, to ���������������������������welcome his  children,  as he called  them, home.  Beside the fire thai, night Clare v;as  thoughtful.  iie would not. sing, scarcely indeed,  would ho talk, and Daisy, who watched  every fleeting expression on his face,  was secretly  troubled .and   perplexed.  When he arose to go he bade Dan  and Mrs. Xickelboy good-night in the  little parlor, saying that neither they  nor Daisy should come, to the door iu the  cold.  But wild he had gotten to the door  he' called to Daisy to conic and look at  at the stars.  As she came softly up to him. he put  out his hand, and taking hold of her  arm, drew her within tlie shadow of the  door.  "Look at the stars." he said, i a- low  loice that trembled with love, pointing  upward.  ''Arc they not beautiful?" the girl replied. "Do"yon know what they are?"  *.hc asked, in so gentio a voice that Clare  might be pardoned for calling it star  music.  "No," he said. "Some say otker  worlds, sonic say globes of light, some  t-ay'angels flitting through the sky."  "I like the last supposition best," she  said, dreamily. "If they are angels, perhaps they can sec us, and are. smiling  down with kindly hearts and good wishes. Angels that is beautiful. I shall never look at the stars without thinking  of them as such. Look at that one.���������������������������is  not that a bright angel?" she added,  pointing to one'particular planet, glittering like a diamond above the prosaic  housetops.  "That one, do you mean?" said Clare.  in a delighted voice. "That is my favorite, Daisy; do you know, 1 can see it  from my bedroom window, and I watch  it and watch it sometimes half the night  through. And as I gaze at it I fancy it  - an angel���������������������������an angel with a sweet, childlike face, with deep, trusting blue eye,  ���������������������������an angel with a tender-hearted, smiling face in a setting of gold hail "and  called���������������������������Daisy."*;    .  The girl who had been looking up at  his eager face, and listening to his soft  voice with a rapt attention, perfectly'  unconscious- that he was picturing herself, flushed as he concluded with her  name, then, turning pale, drew herself  a little away from him.  But Clare caught her, and pressing  her to him, bent his lips till they ncarly  touched her head, and went on more  softly,  more passionately still:  "And, Daisy, I watch until I almost  fancy 1 can hear my star-angel speak,  and striving to catch what it breathes.  1 often stretch forth-my arms toward it,  crying: 'Speak and tell me���������������������������what, Daisy  ���������������������������oh, what? Speak, my ..tar, speak! I  love you, star, I love .yon.' "  She was silent, but he felt her boscm  heaving against his side, and heard the  breath coining quickly and sobbing.-.  "Do you not know what I want my  (-.tar to say? Think���������������������������think. I tell it that  -=Mo\.=itlwitli^-alUmy--!ieart_acd__nul.^  that' unless it comes aud lays  itself against my hcait, 'it will  kill me. I tell it I love it as ne\fr  man loved before. . Oh. Dai-y. be lhe  Mar-angel and aiiMVcr trie.''  Still "no answer, and .the young man.  with a sudden thr'il ol' pain, held her a  liitlc from him. and. turning aside his  head, said:  "Daisy, you do not -peak. N il be-  .siiiftO \'on fear lo I ell mc you do not  love me, or thai you"have grown (o like,  me as a broilicr, in a friend, but not ���������������������������  not���������������������������oh, Daisy, .speak, ��������������������������� ������������������r I inn .t go���������������������������I  knuw not where.*'  Stnl nol a word eame, and with a  groan hi.-, arm*, dropped froni her waist  and sought the bundle of the door.  Then with a long look he stepped out  ���������������������������bill before he could clo.������������������������������������; the. door a  tiny, trembling hand caught, him. a sob-  bin������������������ voice breathed, '"Clare,'' and he  was back.  Then, .straining her lo his heart, pillowing her beautiful bead upon- his  brea-:t, kissing her .sweet face and stroking her golden hair, ho liuirinured:  ���������������������������'("ih, my  darling,  tell me,   what  does  my   Dui.sy .tar -ny'!''  And the girl whi.-oere .1 back:  "Ye*.''  And the lillle word rose and ro-c.until it echoed to the .star-angel in h'eiir-  en tlint wept with joy lo hear it.  Of course. Clare could not go without  telling old Dan of hi.s good fortune, m>  .still keeping Daisy's arm within hit, lie  jclurned  to the little parlor.  Air. Xickelboy was just finishing lhe  drain of Mippcr beer In. usually re-erv-  id for Hit! la.sl few minutes before bedtime, and looking around, .surprised to  hear Care's footsteps, stared with comical .surprise a;  the nappy couple.  'Hut   he   read   their   news   in   Clare's  flashing   eyes.   ami.    .Daisy's     blushing  ���������������������������cheeks, and  with a  low cry of delight  jumped-up  and  seized  Clare's hand.  "I'less- your hearts,'' he cried, his  eyes filling wilh tear.-'. ������������������������������������������������������ "Bless you, my  own sweet birdie, and. bless you, my  honest boy. I sec! ���������������������������don't speak, my  heart's  too  full.''  And overcome by hi.s great joy, the  simple old man lea nod his head upon his  arm, and wiped away his fast-falling  tears.  "Father! father!'" cried D'<isy. in dis  tress.   "Don't cry!   'Oh, don't cry!"  And she took his, white head against  her bosom, and looked down upon him  with loving eyes, that were, not undim-  med themselves.  "No. no, I won't, I won't���������������������������if I can  halp' it," sobbed old Dan. "My birdie.  I'm crying tor joy lo sec yoii,so happy.  And w'hat"?, morc^ I am crying to think  that he ain't heic to see how I've   Eh?"  And ok! Dan stopped suddenly iu his  happy excitement, reminded by their  puzzled look that he was making a slip.  "Ob, don't mind mc, Clare, don't  neither of you pay any attention to  what 1 say; I'm almost crazy with delight to sec my Daisy, my treasure "  Here he .suddenly stopped again, and  ruffling his white hair with a puzzled  and half-bewildered smile,' caught the  beautiful girl in his arms, and shaking  Clare's hand until it looked like a pump  handle, snatched up a candle and turned  from the room.  Then came the first loving farewell,  their first kiss, and. the first-thrill of  iiipffable joy thai echoes in the words,  "Good night, my darling."  On Monday Clare got through his  calculations and correspondence as well  as hJ3 condition of mind w'ould allow  him. _    "  He was in loveland. up in the skies  in a world of soft, bright golden hair,  inhabited by angels���������������������������yclept Daisy���������������������������  and-it was With a feeling of bewilderment he left the quiet office and sallied  into the street.  Thar  night,  he  brought  his  treasure  home,  with   a new  and    more   intense  pleasure than he had ever felt before.  . He was guarding his own.  "I don't'see my beggar to-night." said  Daisy, pityingly.'as they passed the corner where the. ragged figure was usually  p.-,ied.  "Nor 1: he has taken a holiday/per-  'hajis." said .Clare.  *-���������������������������! hope he is not ill," returned Daisy.  "he looks very delicate and ill always,"  poor  fellow.'-'.  "Oh. he'll be here to-morrow night."  .aid Clare, almost jealous even of the  old beirgar.1 "If lie.'is not 1 will try to  find buii. I dare say the policeman  know.- where he lives."      " ,  "Will you';" said Daisy, gratefully.  "Row kind you arc. Clare." and she  pres-ed   his  arm.  "Am 1? Then reward me," said  Clare.  Conversation was impossible alter  that, and the. two happy lovers walked  on.  ' e  A? .hey came in sight of the .house  (hey viw'Daisy's beggar putting up'the  shutters. Clare uttered an exclamation  of surprise, and Daisy stopp*H.l to ask  lhe man how he chanced to be there.  The beggar, who had a patch over  one eye and a. low cap that half concealed his forehead, said in a low voice  thai trembled, perhaps, with gratitude,  that .Air. Xickelboy had engaged him to  put up.the shutters and help about tho  place in various ways, fixing his uncovered eye on Clare instead of Daisy, with  an expression which was half one ol  scrutiny and half of threat.'  ^^-ikfter^wh_=wa sr"too-intcne=on=-Daisy=  to notice the look, held out a sixpence  to the man when he had finished, and  saying a few kind word.-., followed DuUv  into the shop.  "Ah! ah! here you are. my children,''  .-aid  Dan.  "All -afe. sound and happy," and be  gave Daisy his usual hi.-,. "Did you -ee  my new as-Uianl. Clare.rv  "Yes." said (hire. "I know htm. ->>  does Daisy, lie _t:i������������������d. on llu .corner [>[  Oxford sireet mid is a regular pensioner  of hers.*'  "Oh. is he':" -aid old D.m. "Tint's  I'uniiyj now. isn't il? ILc c.itii.' in_ h"������������������'_  tin- afternoon and a-kcd if he might h-  allowcd to put. the shutter* up'-'and do  other odd job.-. Well. I knew I .tin a  trusting old .simpleton���������������������������-not, perhaps, il'-  o\i;r wise i-i k> always -ti-pieiou- ���������������������������.nrl  I said he might. Salary.'' added old Da",  ������������������������������������������������������half a eiowu a week, dinner ami U':i.  And now ga along hi'ro the parlor, Putin* old lady ha-, a tre.it for you. I think,  lea.-twa.sy .-he's been a-roasting hersefi  in the kitchen and producing a !ii'>=t  uncommon  ,-a\ory .moll."'  Laughing happily, the. two lovci. nuitlj  (heir way'into the parlor, where a siv-  ory dish of mutton cutlets nicely browned, and. as old Dan said. of.a ino-'i -uv-  oi'y odor, awaited llmni.  .Vol wit h.-,( audi ng the cutlets and  Daisy's luight laugh. Clare was tint  night .somewhat quiet, and when he -aid  the farewell which alwavs took so long  al (he simp door, he told Daisy (hat h.i  had formed a resolution, 'chough of what  nature he would not  tell her.  The resolution, whatever it. might be,  -eenicd lo haunt Clare, for it stuck bv  him all the next (\ay. and even made  him quiet in the evening, when, with :t  certain relue'tance, he told Daisy he must  go before supper.  " "Clare!" said the. gentle girl., '''doing  so soon?    Wiiat has happened?''  '���������������������������.Happened.'Daisy? Well, nothing. I  am only llioughtfni. to-nb'ht. thinking of  yon and our love, and forcing myself to  au effort I know I must make at onov."  And lie spoke truly, for, watching tli:1  fire  and  her  faee.  he  had   heen  asking  himself that niphl   whei'e  il   was all  to  end.  Still filled with the resolution he had  spoken of, he walked hurriedly in the direction of the square, and was so occupied with his own'thoughts that it was  hot until within sight ot the dark houss  that he became conscious that footsteps  were following.  Anticipating an attack, he turned suddenly aiid came face to face wi'ch the  beggar whom he had met once before  that evening.  "Whv are vou followiug me*:" he ask-  i *���������������������������  r.A  .1  "I am not following you lor aught  rave good." replied the b.'ggar, in a;voio.  extremely unlike the usual mendicant  whine.  "'For good!  what good?'" said Clare.  '������������������������������������������������������For--���������������������������"  The beggar hesitated, fixed his pierc-  ina eve.-, as if he meant to read Clnre's  soul,'and then, without ano'th.r word,  turned .-wiftly away.  Clare looked after,, him for :i momo.u.  then cro-..ed the square and knocked ar  the door of his father's house.  The old man. whose duly it seemed 'o  be (o guard''*the seldom opened poita.!-,  'couched the forehead wrinkled in the Dj  Jerseys' service, a.nd was about lo pas-  to bis little room in the ball as silently,  but Clare stopped him and asked him if  his father was within.  "He has not been out. sir. for som.i  nights past," replied the old man. "and is  in Ins own room. I believe, sir."  Clare thanked him. and, walking slotv-  !y up the broad .-'cairca������������������e. knocked at the.  door m' the dark study, which no oni  dared open when it. owner was within.  ���������������������������'Come in," said his father's voice, and  Ckuc entered.  Looking up from a mass of papers over  which he was bending, Mr. Dc .Jre-ey  frowned a-, h-e saw who had entered, and  in a voice harsh and cold, straincdly .-_o.  it si .med to Clare, said:  '"Is it you, Clare? What do you want?"'  As if^ha had seen liim the night before.  Turning pale, Clare De Jersey was  about to speak, when his father, who  had noticed his sudden pallor, interrupted:  "Xot a word of the topic you spoke of  when la-t we taiked together! That  topic, Clare, must ever ba a forbidden  one."  "Fear not. sir." replied the other . "1  am little likely to distress you with farther offers of a . sympathy .so plainly  repugnant to you. Fear not either, .-ir.  that I. shaJl over'distress you. by frequent speech or frequent visit ._ 1 eome  to-jtigh'i. driven by my sen-, of honor,  which, with-my pride. I inherit from my  failier."'  With his head thrown- bock, and   his  eyes -parkling;, the" Clare De Jersey of  to-night was a striking contrast  to the  ���������������������������.one who pleaded on b_ knees =o;no time  back. / ���������������������������    .  Mv. De Jersey bowed ? tern I v. ' - ��������������������������� '.  ' ������������������������������������������������������.*���������������������������_- ho it. Clare.'-' ha.said. sM.id.in"; his  eves with his habitual reserve. "T ant  listening... First, .pe.h'raps, you w.l. i.'l!  me what sec-ret business draws you Irotn  your home.''...  "Mv home!" i. ;>e<i r.vd ih.' vouth. iu'a  sad undertone, then, aloud: "ft i- o) tnat  business T would soo.ik. m ." ho s.iid;  then, suddenly lookin.f down, his die--1  flushing re-dly. he said, 'a a hu-kr voPe-  "Father. Iv,1 nenerous. 1 a in iu love."  "In love!',' repeated Mv. I'o Jersey,  turning his bhi-ck eyes up'oi his .-Me'-  dnwnc'i-. face, vln love, and-������������������������������������������������������Clare, M!  mo ali."  ���������������������������'���������������������������There is-Iit'tio lo  tell  -ir."  h-   ^aid.  ���������������������������Ii-covered  an  a  frown, sir���������������������������  hdif iici!    I --  J r-aw her in ������������������ne -licet mi. 'ui_. poor, gen-  c.lm'y.' "A month a.o 1  angel���������������������������your -mile is like  her pwoet face ami nalur"  Ilo Dai-v. with 'he  ���������������������������V. i Ho  lif  i .1  nor humble home, found it a.s good ana  pure  as she is. spoke  of my love,  won  hers iu return, and "  ���������������������������'Silence, sir!" cried the father, in a  voice, like suppressed thunder. "Saw  hov in ihe streets! Took her home! ���������������������������  humph! Are you mad. sir. or am 1  dreaming?     Who   is   this���������������������������_11i-=   girl   of  "I am not mad. sir. nor are you dreaming." leplied Gate, viewing the passion-  white faee before him with anxious  eyes. 'She is all I have, -aid and more.  1 love her with all my heart. I am  working "  "i a-k for no further ravin;.." hissed  Mv. De .Jersey. "Mad boy. tell me who  is -he':"  "She is lhe daughter of a -mall  tradesman,"' begun ("hire, wi(h_evident  reluctance.  Jhu.'before he could continue, a -ud-  den.ery of rage from his lather, together with the ashy pallor of his face and  (he fierce light in hi- eyes, slopped  him.  ���������������������������'.Silence!" he cried, in a voice broken  ,ind hoar-e wilh pus-ion. "Speak not a  won! more! Shame on you. -ir. to  di-honor your name, my name, by -uch  niiiclrif .-.������������������������������������������������������'  "Di.-honor!" repeaicd Clare.  "Ay, dishonor." snarled Mr. De .li-r-  -ey. turning on him with thcglaie of a  liirer.  "Think you I have worked and -siriven for this? Think you I will -it by  and see the. wealth 1 have (oiled, schemed and .-inned���������������������������ay. .-inned lor���������������������������mad  boy!" he hi-.-ed. seeing Clare -lart in-  crodulou������������������iy---'Vilined. I "-ny again a  thousand limes���������������������������lo see the hard got  aold fili (he pockets of a scullery maid,  an adventure.--���������������������������. a��������������������������� ��������������������������� "  "Silence!" cried Clare, in his turn, his  chest heaving wilh his indignation. "Silence. sj.r, -jn ..|unity in yourself, whom  you wronu by every word���������������������������nol her. for  sitcli foul word- eaniiol. harm hei more  ili-ui mud can -oil an au_el. You call  her ihis- w!io never -:iw her- yoii--you  ���������������������������oh. father, father, you -hall judge for  vour-clf. To-morrow night I'll bring  her here���������������������������-"������������������������������������������������������'' ,  "Dare!" cried Mr. Do .Jersey.  "Ay. dare," replied Clare. "I'll bring  her here to-morrow night, so that you  may recall your words; I'll marry her  the next day and see your face no  more,-'  Aliuo.-d. bur-ling with passion, he  .-truck  the  tabic, with his clinched  fist.  The ful Iter looked al the white, set  face of hi-, -on and wa> silent  for a mo  ment, then standing up and resting < no  kind on the table, said:  *'So. Clare Do Jersey, you defy me.  Xow. listen. You asked' mc, some nh/ats  luck, to give you my confidence. 1 refused, and wisely. Now. 1 comply, that  you may see what blade shadow it is  "that hangs over your father and yourself���������������������������ay, 'the very house itself. Vou  know nothing of your early history,  save (hat thi3 house has been your  home, riches have been at your command since you were born. Listen how  those riches came to you. There was  once a noble house and two brothers���������������������������  the elder a weak, simple-minded man,  with few. ideas beyond his books; the  younger it pa .donate, restless, ambitious being, with a mind grasping everything.  "���������������������������The. noble name, the wealth of the  house, was held by the elder brother;  the vounger thirsted for them. The one  weak and simple, the other passionate,  and avaricious���������������������������can you guess the rest?  Ay, by scheme, boy. by violence, the  one drove the elder from the. face of  the earth, clasping his only child in his  arms, to avoid a madman's doom, and  reigned in his stead." Thus fur the  father proceeded in cold, measured tones,  the son gazing with a half-incredulous,  half-bewiidered terror on his set face.  "' "The. elder brother." continued Air.  Dc der.-ev. "was your uncle; the younger, J. voii'r father. J hunted him down  on. w'inter night, left him groveling in  the' snow clasping his brat in hts arms  ���������������������������left him   there "to   die.   or   to   fly   in  the   land   that   held  ins  terror  Irom  brother."  "Oh, horror, horror!'" cried the youth.  "Am 1 mad?   Am 1 dreaming'?''  "Ay. to think lo reward my toils by  su.h'a base return!" hissed' the father.  "You know all, now go. lit" you are still  mad. think whether I, who stopped at  nothing fo win the wealth for you. will  stop a. nothing to avenge myself for  vour disobedience."  For several minutes ho remained si-  elnt. his head bowed in his hands,' then  rising, he said, in a determined voice:  "Notwithstanding all, father. 1 will  keep my word. To-morrow 1. will bring  her. that, vou may see I marry no such  horror a*' you call her. and then we  part  forever,"  x"The" peril be your own." he.,replied.  ;     , CUAl'T-li  vfl-  A,- if in e. dream. Clare Dc .Jersey lived  throuah'thv* next day. Scarcely possib.c.  tiki i'lTst-em that hi. father's c.onie-siou  could be anything,but the revelation oi  a monomaniac, but through all the' to������������������-  iu_s of his bewiideied mind ihe youth  determined to bring his love faee to l'.iec  wilh hi.s stern father, and was resolved  to enrrv out his whole purpose ih marry-  in,; her and seeing.his unnatural father  no more.  "Yes, iny darling, this was my" home.  Let me riney''  The door was opened and they passed  in, the girl  trembling, but trao to her   _  promise,  silent  and unhesitating.  "Tell your master,] am waiting in tho  drawing-room," he .said, and still holding  Daisy's arm in his; he passed into the  large salon.  ��������������������������� .living (hem for an instancto await  the coming of the father, let us return  t. the chandler's shop. ���������������������������  Scarcely had they gone than old Dan.  closing tne door, went to the sideboard,  and taking from it.a desk, set it upon -  the table. Wowing the fire, until' n,  red glow lit up his while hair like a  crown of snow, he. unlo'cked the de-k,  and, Liking from it nn old-fashioned ..III:-  n*. pur-e. sat down by the fire again,  and. turning over the purse in hi.s hand, -  murmured:  "Twenty years ago, my pour Daisy���������������������������  she wa.s like to.have ji-erished in the  snow! Ah. how bad men are. when their  pa .--ion-, get the. beiter of them! Twenty  years ago���������������������������and yet it might be but yesterday. I mind me so well the poor  thing's face. Mad. maybe, but he loved  little Daisy���������������������������he loved her. poor, little.- "  wee thing, fir he'd never have been -so  o.-trne-.st-like, and, old Dan has kepi his  trust, too. Xo harm has comer nigh her:  she has been as happy as a bird in the. '.  wt-d. her. old Dan can lay his hand on  Iiis foolish old heart and say he's kept  his  trust���������������������������kept his���������������������������what's  that?v.  For the door was suddenly burst open,  and   ihe.  ragged "figtire   of''the .beggar   \  rushed  into  the  room, a horrified.fear  impressed upon his face and a terrified t,  look in his dark, piercing eyes.    .    c    '    ���������������������������  Old  Dan  started to  "iiis feet, but be- ���������������������������  fore he could ntt*. a word the old man  seisc-d him by  the hand and whispered  in his ear: ��������������������������� ' "  /'."Vmlinued on another page.)  ENGLISH ROYALTY.  Slowlv as  the dav seemed to drag on.  it passed/and at night he repaired to the  humble lit tie chandler's shop, which to  him was deal .'/than his wealthy homo.  Kven' ihorn ho-'was robbed of his' consolation, for-the neces.-ity-of concealing  from Dai-or h> veal position prevented  his. pouring his miserable story into her  symoathetic cars, and he sat'beside her  at the'*p.irlor fireside, holding her hand,  a, deep cloud on his brow and trouble  a!  his heart/    "  'Old Dan. eoniinir in  from  scrvirg    a  cu-tonuM-, found liim lints.  "W'.ll.'my bids and lassie.," he -aid,  -hiiw-ipiict we are! Why. Clare, boy,  you ought to be as merry a- a skylark.  S;> near Christmas, too! I'm a fen red as  your poor brain is wot  them   figures.    Figure^.  :-d too hard,at  fi.nrea. all   day  l-i  ���������������������������iiouS'ii to wear anviiody .->  brains  I   have  long  out'.'      Many   a    .hri-tnias   Kv  seen." =iglling I hough  he smiled. "Deary  me. -onie'of them .-.ad and -ome of tlu-ni  guv. 1 can't expect to -.;e many more ot  iheiu.   Clare."  father:"   exclaimed   (he  girl.  ���������������������������'a I her.  teartuliy. ri-ing and throwing her arms  around the old man'.- neck.  ==";Wra i". ,=lm=^iTlriimTTliiTjr"iin<\~���������������������������������������������(..oU-^  ii.-_ her hair wilh a look of love, "it was  a happy (\^y for old Dan when his |>.ti-y  wa- found���������������������������born. I  mean.''  "I'm. I was going lo a-.k vou if I  inisiht in!'" D:ii-y for a walk for a lillle  while. I want to show her -oiiie-tliing  that will interest her. I  th'nk."  "Xoi the Ihealre. e!i. Clare':" s.-id the  eed   hi:i:i,  "Xo. ifl th" then ire. Dan." -lid Clui'e.  "i  don't.ih'.nk  \uu  can gne--. .nor you.  I)'ii-v."  "''���������������������������in't   I  gne--. ( hire?"      -he  rcpl'ii'd.  tip  ["(���������������������������king  will wail  until  you are going  "To mv old  him  I rustni'.ly.  you tell nie.    \YI  lt> take me."  home." lie repliei  "I lien   l  icre i- il  "Your old home!" she said, with -ur  prise. "Ah. thiil. will plea-e inc. ("hire1.  Vour old lioine---wliere you have lived!  ')").( hire, I would rather see it than any  h" said. an\i-  .er glance with a  sight   in  the world."  "Well.  VOU  .shall  see il.  <>i:������������������]y. ret ui uing her ea  grave s.nilc.  "Far from here?" asked >>!<! Dan. pnk-  i:i_ the fire, and thinking he meant the  oiti-idc of the hon-e where lie had told  tlieip he fir-l lodged.  "Xof very," r������������������aiel Clare, "flu, P.ii-v.  ���������������������������ti*il   put on .vour hat."  In a l\'\v minutes .-he 'ripped info the  room, looking like a fairy in her ihiinlv  hei aud coal. and. giving her hi- arm.  ('I���������������������������re led her into the -treed, old Dan  wale-bin;: them a- they pa-scd th)'ou_h  lhe shop.  On their way to the "lemniy hou-e in  tin- -(piare Clare spoke but once.  "Dai-y.''  lie   -aid.  "vou   love  me?"  A pre's-ure of the little hand was his  only an-wer.  "You frii-l in nil', too. Dai-y,  know (hat I would not gi\e you  unnecessarily?" -  "Yes, Clare" she whispered.  "Daisy, | am going to trv.your  niul vour li'itieiiec. You will be s  and breve?"  "I will do anything for you. Clare,  nolied. breathlessly.  Thi'V  we'd, on  until       the  Ii0"se  Luxurious* Furnishings   of   the   New  Car   Built  for   King   Edward.  The three railway corporations     controlling  the --East Coast  route between fr .  London  and Scotland  have just:,   com- L  pleted a new and luxuriously fitted,royal train foe the exclusive.use of  their. -  Majesties King, Edward Vfl. and Quoin;  Alexandra   and   other  members, o'f^tiie  -*  British royal family.' Hitherto when'the  royal family have travelled oyer portions ,"  of'the East Coast route the'train dniilt'"..  some  years" ago  at  the  London _*   aud"  Northwestern Company,'*- works-'at- Wol-,;--  yerton  has  been utilized:  but. now the.  East Coast cbmpauics'arc in.possession of-'  iheir own special train.- _���������������������������-. ���������������������������;     >'  '   ;/,_���������������������������...  [ "The King's saloon is;G7 feet in length .  'over the. body, 9 feet wide and-12. fecb"-  '1!  inches, high from ra'ilT.vcl '.to. top" of..',  roof.. If  is- constructed" of. tcak'-v/ith -a.,_  steel uudcrframe. and is carried.on- .two-,  six' wheeled- bogies;.Entrance .is-���������������������������obtaiuf---'  eel from 'double doors op'cniiig'inward'it-':"  each end; the mouldings round the pan-,J  els aud .windows arc. of gilt'brass-and'  the centre7of the- bottom panels is orna-;','  Hicnted-with his Majesty's cipher.   "On_  each side of the doors are gilt grip pan-  ;  els extending; from   the  cornice to the  -  floor.  The outside panels arc of' speci- ,-  ally selected .figured leak and the centre  panel  bears his  majesty's coat     of   ���������������������������  arms. -' .      ���������������������������' .������������������������������������������������������ "_,-.*    ' ; ' ���������������������������',,  Commencing1 at one .end the   saloon is-  divided as follows:    .Entrance balcony,;'"  .���������������������������smoke room, day saloon,' bedroom or din-~  ing   room,   dressing   room.,   attendant's  compartment. "_  The bedroom, or dining room, is fourteen  feet long, and  the  walls, arc  pan--,  ellcd and enamelled white; the furniture  being in in.-Uiogany inlaid with kiupwood,  pm]  exiveicd   with, fine  old  rose colored'  fail _ damask with green silk embroidered-  cushions.   When  used  for day /journeys '���������������������������  the  bcel  is taken  out��������������������������� and the compartment   is  converted  into" ii-diuinjr  room.-  hi order to g-ivc uniformity of.effect all   -  of   there   room.-.,   with   the  exception   of  =Virc~atltmelan"r's~_enn]jaffincntt   are   caT-^^  j-eteel   alike   wilh   a   fine   plain   Saxony  pile  edd   rose   e-arpet. 'and   all   tho'-cur-  tnins    ,:uei     blinds  are    of    soft  green  silk, -wiih   white   si]|c   embroidery."    In  addition  to elect:ie radiators the saloon.  is heated by means of warmed air. which  is   delivered   into  the. various  compart-  ine:its through ducts from electric blowers situated in the attendant's compartment.  Ventilation is also afforded in'the  same way,-and the air from the roof von--"'  tilatoi.   i.s  extracted   by   means of clcc-  I trie osli'iu-loivi.  j     In arlditiou lo the saloon for his Maj-  j e^ly the  King (wo special  saloons have  | been  eon-lrucled  for his Majesty's suite,  and  friends,  which are ve.slibuletl on to  Ihe royal saloon. These saleions are carried   on   fotn-  wheeled   bogies of .special  design   with  (en   fool   wheel  base.      The  vehicles   are  fifly-eight   ft.l,  hix   inches  j long and are fitted with easy chairs ami  j eoiiehe.-   nphol.-tercel   in   green   tapo.-lry.  i The   parti!ions   arc   s()   arranged    that  ( each   of   the  .-aloons  can   I.   made   into  j four bedroom.-,.���������������������������From the Scientific Ani:  ���������������������������' erica ii. '  '- ���������������������������   i.  and  iiaiu  love  Iroiig  she  was  reached.     The young girl  i he mansion iu wonder,  "Was 'his -".  looked up at  [ Care of Snowshcc-s.  j Snow.-lioc.s noeel very little euro:  t you don't Inivu to wipe thoni elry with  '| ii cliiiinois for insliineo���������������������������ilic prese'rib-  ''ocl Irealuioiit for skates. W'Iigii (nUing  ' llit'in oif niei'edy trip iheiu ngnin.-i llio  ' w:ill or .a it _<j to sliake free the clinging snow tiiiei .-limel them up on iiieir  , heels e.ul.-icle, N'en-er :itlenij������������������t to di-y  ' them bofeirc u fire. When they are  j put awiiy fur the .-uinnie'i' .-elect a elry  ! place- where; tlie>ro will bo lio <lun_eV  i of niicc.���������������������������From Couniry bite in Amcr-  ! icn.  I  ������������������-���������������������������-������������������   I Making   It  Pleasant for  Him.  j      "Centlemeii." said the lou*iuinstcr at  j the! baiKptet, "we have li.sU-ued to <eune:  i e-M-elleiil. orations this evening ami f am  ; -ore we have e-ujoyeel their efforts very  much.    r.liiivc'purpn--ely ke'pl one of on:-  best  -pi-aher- I'm- the la-t. and nl'ler yoij  have heard him  I know you will be glad  logo home,   (.'enllemen. I have Hit* honor lo pr'e'seui   Mr. Ketehuni  A. Ciinimiii.  v!io  will  now address   \ ui:."' THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ay  When you can  build a home to  Suit Yourself  i.  __  Published every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  MARCH 25, 1909  xzxzx  Comment and Affirmation  Seasoned  Lumber  Always on Hand  also a full line of building material. Estimates cheerfully  furnished.  OALMON ARM is to be  IO congratulated. George  Armstrong is giving them a  newspaper that aims high  and knows how to hit the  mark. Already he has succeeded in inducing the business people to organize a  Board of Trade, with a paid-  up membership of 24 at $5  per. Here's to you, neighbors; may you bring the  good name of your town before thousands and induce  hundreds to locate there.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  U Limited  | Enderby B. C.  B'JM _J JM jaOTJZX __2i__1  Z*.XI.4_JIB*^l������������������ldVUJmiAX3.  The Home of the Old-Timer  and the abode of the New-  Comer. All will find a warm  welcome at the pioneer house  and you'll be made to feel at  home, no matter when you  hang up your hat.  H. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor  Enderby,  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  on  cut at the present time  PERHAPS the City Coun-  ���������������������������L cil will send to Beat'ums  for prices when they are open  to purchase the next dozen  32-c.p. street lights or 10c  worth of nails. Better place  the light committee on Tim's  mailing1 list so the corporation can be kept supplied  with the octopus' prayer  book. The way to encourage  our local men to keep, a stock  on hand is to tax them for a  trade license, tax them for  sidewalks, tax them for  streets, and-then the first  time the city has an order to  give over 10c send it to T.  Beat'ums.   Mighty business!  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R0 Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Brandish & Baird  Plain and Ornamental  PLASTERING, LATHING  Brick ancLCement._v.n-k: Hard._WalI.  work a specialty.  SN'T it a grave mistake to  i- place as the highest commendation for a town the  lowest rate of taxation! We  have heard much now and  again about the high rate of  taxation in the towns to the  south of us, in contrast with  ,the low rate of taxation in  'Enderby. While we do not  wish to disparage the good  work done by Enderby, we  must say that we believe we  should have a higher object  in our municipal life than  that of keeping down our  rate of taxation. We need  other tilings,more. We cannot expect"to infuse enthusiasm into others in our town  if we do not show that we  ourselves are enthused. ; If  there is one thing that shows  whairfin aiTcial^men^thinirof  a town whose people are determined to improve, even if  the improvements do cost  money, it is the avidity with  which they purchase the debentures of the progressive  town. Kelown has recently  borrowed $29,000 to spend  upon her streets in improvements, and the last issue of  $7,000 was snapped up at  $L11. Enderby's issue of  $15,000 went begging at par  and finally sold at $.85.  LAST year our city fathers  bought a pair of climbers.  Since then the climbers have  been dead stock. They don't  know what to do with them.  Someone has suggested that  the mayor take a course in  pole climbing and then put  the light committee wise.  Just think how much the city  would save if the city fathers  would do the work! They  could then order everything  from Beat'ums and cut out  the Enderby "men who pay  trade licenses. Then nobody would be making anything, we wouldn't have to  pay out anything for street  work or sidewalks because  we wouldn't need any, and  everybody would be happy!  Just'think how low the rate  of taxation would be! My !My!  rpHIS is the proposition:  -L Mill street is a chartered  city street. It is crossed by  the railway, and the rails are  rail-high above the street  level. The city has requested,  ordered,������������������ coaxed, and demanded that the crossing be  made passable. The railway  company has had planks at  the crossing for a year or  more, and in two hours the  crossing could be laid. The  officials of the railway want  the street closed and will not  RYS  For the  Farm  and Garden  order the crossingjaid. The  property of the Columbia  Flouring Mills, one of our  heaviest taxpayers, is damaged to the extent of b#ng  deprived of the use of a  chartered city street, and the  city, while taking these taxes  and .using them on other  streets, is doing nothing to  compel a crossing to be put  in or to assist the mill company in its efforts to have  the street opened. It looks  as though the mill company  would have to mandamus the  city to get its legal rights.  JL__r__. 1  LETS  QUICKLY  DISPEL  THAT  (i BEFORE- BREAKFAST'  GROUCH  Made at Enderby  Always fresh  Better and cheaper than any imported Breakfast Food  When you use Wheatlets you are  patronising a home industry  You are buying an Enderby product  Do you know any reason why  you should not use Wheatlets?  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B.   C.  Seeds, Trees, Plants  and Bulbs.     Home-  irrown and thoroughly tested.  140-Pago Catalogue FREE  M. J. HENRY, Vancouver,...  NOTICE  School District of. Enderby  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby Riven to the Etectora  *��������������������������� oi the School District of Enderby, that I require the presence of the said Electors at the City  Office. Enderby.B. C, on Friday, the Twenty-  sixth Day of March, 1909 at 12o'clock noon for the  purpose of electing a person to represent them as  TRUSTEE on the Board of School���������������������������_Trustees of  Enderby, in the place of Mr. F. Pyman, resinned.  The mode of nomination shall bo as follows: The  candidate shall be nominated in writing: the writing shaU be; ;subscribedVby; two voters" of the  School District as proposer and seconder, and shall  bo delivered to the Returning Officer at any time  between the date of this notice and 2 p.m. of the  day of nomination. Jn the event of a poll being  necessary such poll shall beopened on Monday, tho  TioentynhtHt Day oj March, 1909, at the City  Office, Enderby. of which every person is hereby  required to take notice and govern himself  accordingly.  The Qualifications for a person to be nominated  and elected as Trustee are: That such person is a  householder in the School District, and is a British  subject of thefull age of twenty-one years, and is  otherwise qualified under '.'The Public Schools  Act, 1905,'/and Amending;Acts to vote at an election of School Trustees in the said District.  Given under my hand at Enderby.B.C, this 18th  day of March, 1909. GRAHAM ROSOMAN.  Returning Officer.  Local Board of Health  "M"OTICE is hereby given that all persons owning,  -*���������������������������' occupying or being in charge of houses or  premises within the City of Enderby, are required  to keep same in a sanitary condition.  All rubbish likely to become offensive must be  cleared away; all drains, privies and cess-pits put  into good order, and all nuisances abated.  By order of the Board of Health.  GR A H AMROS OMAN.   - ���������������������������Secretary:1-^  March ISth, 1909 3-18-4  StanHard Bred  S/C. White  Leghorns  From CAPT. MITCHELL'S:  famous laying strain, Santa  Barbara, Cal. Selected for  great layers by the HOGAN  System.  Average clear profit per bird, 1906  .$ 2.7P  '-"��������������������������� "."������������������������������������������������������-.   " "      "���������������������������'      1907 ......   3.20  This year I expect to do better still  All drones severely weeded out.      You get  eggs from nothing but heavy layers.  EGGS FOR HATCHING  $2 for 15; $6 for 50; $10 for 100  $S0 for 1000  Order early; I am getting orders now. I Iind  great difficulty in filling all the orders Inst  year. ERNEST T. HANSON.  Cowichan Station, Vancouver's Islnnd, B.C.  H. E. WABY  Enderby, B. C.  Breeder of Red Polled  Cattle  Winner of 2nd and 3rd in 3-days' Dairy Contest  1907  High-class Poultry;   Ringlet Barred Rocks, S. C.  Brown Leghorns, Buff Orpingtons.  LAYERS and AVINNERS *  Egg* and Stock For Sale  Birds of Highest  Quality  For Exhibition and Breeding         j  F. Jamieson  219 Kingston St.  Victoria, B.C.  Breeder of S. ... Black and White  Minorcas, S. C. White and Brown  Leghorns, Houdans. Stock for sale at  reasonable prices. EGGS: Leghorns,  $2i:50 per setting; Minorcas and Houdans, $3.00 per setting. Satisfaction  Guaranteed.   .  Notice  In the matter of the Land Registry  Act, and in the matter of the Certificate of Title to the S. E. 1-4 of Section  21, Township 38 and Lot 159, Group I,  (except 6-18/100 acres) and Lots 1, 8,  9, 10, subdivision of part'of Lot 226,  Group I (Map 151) _Osoyoos Division of  Yale District (excepting portions sold).  WHEREAS, the Certificate of Title  of Bertha Strickland, being Certificate  of Title No. 9292A, to the above hereditaments, has been lost or destroyed,  and application has been made td' me  for a duplicate thereof;  Notice is hereby given that a duplicate  Certificate of Title to the above hereditaments will be issued at the expiration  of one month from the date of the first  publication hereof, unless in the meantime valid objection is made to me in  writing. W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  _Xand.Registr_y_On^ce, __amloops, _3.C..-=  Mar. 9th, 1909. 3-11-4  ''_  _��������������������������� C.r_-_L _JL_,*_ __t__J_S__3 ������������������._/-!������������������_  v.       *  __  v^<r_U_te_Vl     **  F you haven't experienced the pleasure of buying clothes where,your satisfaction is  more important than your money, you'll learn something when you come to us.  We esteem good-will more than profit and handle only such Clothing as speaks for itself.  A wizard couldn't keep you from buying once you see styles and qualities we have  ready for your inspection this Spring. We are selling the highest quality of really  fine clothing at the lowest margin of profit ever attempted hereabouts, and crowding  in all we possibly can of value.   Give us an opportunity to prove it.  Tradi  ������������������  Ltd.  The best  Clothing  made  in  Canada  xt ig;gT;a*^_T-_K^:_rgro_i__tf-:-;irr_^,^  UnUMV__a>**_MMHM_H_HB__rCj_ft* ���������������������������i  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  H> ���������������������������II fiiai-Pl WM Mill II I���������������������������full! pi  /  XXI  >C������������������*C  Enderby and Her Home Interests  Enderby's First Show  Dr. Bell, the poultry judge, in  the Great-West Poultryman for  February, says: .  ' 'After leaving Edmonton my  next show was in the growing  city (they call everything in  British Columbia a 'city') of Enderby, the first large place on the  main line of the C. P. R. from  Sicamous Junction, in the Okanagan district.  "Here the interest was very  great in poultry and if the promised assistance from the nearby  towns had materialized the first  ��������������������������� show of this live association would  have been a success. As it was,  an entry of .nearly 200 was obtained.  "As at Edmonton and Calgary  the single-combed birds have  suffered a great deal this winter,  especially in this district where  the rigors of the winter are not  so severe as in Manitoba, and the  houses have not been built to  withstand the cold such as prevailed in early January, some of  the birds having both wattles  and combs almost entirely removed. No doubt a lesson will  be learned from the experience  of the past severe spell, and  houses will be built suitable to  withstand any such 'drop in the  thermometer again.  "The only two classes in which  there was any competition were  Buff Orpingtons and Barred  Rocks; the former having some  real good birds, but the combs  hadcbeen so disfigured by the  frost-that they suffered considerably on cuts, (this being a score-  card show).  "In Barred Rocks two very  promising cockerels from Mani-.  _toba were placed first and second,  being of good shape and nice  colors.  "As expected where H. E.  Waby was showing, a large.entry of S. C. Brown Leghorns was  made, but with one or two exceptions everyone showed the  effects of the severe weather.  "A few Minorcas, White Leghorns, Anconas, Houdans, all  local birds, made a nice commencement.  ==^Dhe-breeders-=in-this-vicinity.  are very enthusiastic and from  the enquiries made relative to  the purchase of birds, this will  no doubt soon be quite a poultry  the city had the street lights put  up when the system was installed  the cost was $5.50 per light. The  city proposes to add 12 lights, to  the present system,  and asked  for tenders, not on the job, but  per light.     F.   V.   Moffet, our  enterprising   electrician,   doing  business in the city and paying  a  trade  license, bid  $5.00 per  lamp  on  the pole,   wired and  ready for the juice;   the Hinton  Company bid $3  for the lamps  f.o.b. Vancouver.    The city also  asked for bids on 32 c.p. lights.  Mr. Moffet's price, Enderby, was  35c, and the Hinton Co.,  Vancouver, 25c.   The'city gave the  order to Vancouver, ignoring the  local man in the hope of saving���������������������������  what?   When the Hinton Company had its men here it charged  the  city  $5.50   for  what Mr.  Moffet offered to do for $5. Does  the city expect to pay the freight,  stand the risk of breakage and  get the lights put up at a saving  under this figure?   Does the city  expect to^ pay the freight and  mark off Uhe regular 5 per cent  for breakage and save anything  worth talking about between the  25c price and 35c price?   But let  us suppose the city  saves 5c a  light on say two dozen lights a  year���������������������������$1.20���������������������������isn't it pretty small  business to cut the throat of a  young man just started in business, for such a paltry sum?   In  the name of Enderby, can't we.  cut out this paltry, eatonized  brand of e'conomy, at least in our  municipal affairs?  Nails, $4.25, Poultry Nettin  3.50  Having taken the agency of E. G. PRIOR & CO., I can now supply you anything in  this line.   A stock of Garden Cultivators due in a few days.  Our car of General Hardware has arrived.    It is the most complete stpck ever  shown in Enderby. G ���������������������������- .     -  Fulton's Hardware,  CLIFF STREET  and Plumbing Works  . ENDERBY, B. C  ?  i_rn'B'iw_um.  R.   BLACKBURN  . CITY MEAT MARKET  Fresh  of all  kinds.   Fish and  in season  IVIGH.  Poultry  ������������������  Bank of Montreal  ^Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits, $699,969.88  . Honorary President, Et. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.  President, Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager.  SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ^JSZS&^Z&Jg*  G.  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland,  A. HENDERSON. Esq., Manager - A. E. TAYLOR, Sub-Agent Enderby  A share of your patronage is solicited. Metcalfe Block, Cliff  St., Enderby.     Town delivery.  centre.  "On the last night of the show  a banquet was given by the Association and proved a most enjoyable affair. Many complimentary speeches were made,  congratulating the officials on the  successful issue of the show."  Silver Cups Delivered  The special'prize cups awarded  by the Northern Okanagan Poultry Association were delivered to  the winners, duly inscribed. In  receiving his cup, Henry Bristow,  of Summerland, writes:  "The silver cup arrived by last  boat and I am very much pleased  ���������������������������with it. ' If Enderby continues  to donate such prizes they will  surely get the people interested  and make their show a success."  Home Loyalty  The City Council has a most  peculiar penchant���������������������������it used to be  considered a "penny-wise pound-  foolish" penchant, but in these  days of grace and Beat'urn's grill  it may be considered the highest  wisdom���������������������������we do not know. When  Wheeler & Evans  agents, for  House of Habberlin  Come and leave your order for  - new Spring Suit.  ��������������������������� The Latest Styles at Lowest Price3  "Enderby is a charming villiage with. city. airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon.  ���������������������������off his feet he came.here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although,  Paddy isvan Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock,' which is an added attraction for tourists."  i (Extract from Lowcry'a Lodge.)   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� v  King Edward Hotel, g������������������S.jnik���������������������������T Enderby  ANALYTICAL CMiST  TELLS OF PATENT  MEDICINES-  . A graduate in organic chemistry,   '  .. who has made a .study of many of  "the best-known patent .medicines on ;"  the market,, states that many have  virtue, but as a rule people have to "  pay for a lot of unnecessary expense. .  .The following is the recipe of a well-  ���������������������������  known   secret   preparation,   and,  is .  known by authority to be one, of the  best stomach" and liver tonics!   It is .  prescribed   by   many   of   the, best  'physicians.        '"   ,  This' mixture cures constipation  and biliousnes. The. recipe* Fluid -  Extract Cascara, _ oz.; Compound "'  Syrup Ehubarb, lozi; Fluid Extract"'..,;  Carriana Compound," 1 oz.; Compound ;';_  Syrup Sarsaparilla, 5 oz. Take ;a'V  teaspoonful after.each meal.and aty/  > bedtime. ������������������������������������������������������.'-.-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ,  An   eminent   authority,  -who   has  made a careful and scientific study-  _.  of the relative value of drugs havo  ing a specific action on the.kidneys, ^ ���������������������������  bladder 'and  liver,  pronounces this'/,-.  an excellent combination." - ���������������������������  You can buy the ingredients sep- ";.  arately and mix at - home. .'      ".    .'* ���������������������������  Cut this formula out and save, it., -  ��������������������������� THE BEST CLAY IN THE VALLEY, well-burnt, makes the  :ks in the Valley '  st  k     a  VlL _<_._  Just received, a Spring shipment"  of Hats, Boots & Shoes, etc  Try a bottle of our Liquid Veneer  for your Spring house-cleaning  !>  . Sold in 25c and 50c bottles  Fresh Groceries always on hand  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Sashes,  Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  I represent the S. C. Smith Co.  *���������������������������   of Vernon.      Enderby.  A large stock of bricks now on hand. Reasonable prices in large or  small quantities. Build of brick, and you'll have all the comforts  of home���������������������������and a great many more. The cost is about the same as  frame-built, and the comforts a great deal more.  The. Enderby Brick & Tile Co., Enderby  SECRET SOCIETIES  J. F. PRINGLE  W. M.  A;F.&A.M.  Enderby   Lodge   No.    40,..  Regular     meetings  , fir&t"  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Odd-"' -  fellows    Hall.     " Visiting  brethren cordially invited. ~  - V. C. BRIMACOMBE.-  Secretary  I.O.0.F.  7 Jz&-  W^_g>^ >**^__i/ Eureka Lodge, No. 50  Meets every Tuesday evening at S o'clock, in I. O.  0. F. hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always���������������������������welcome.^=H.���������������������������N.=i=Kcndricksoi!,=N."-G.-,-A.=  Reeves, Sec'y, J. B. Gaylord, P. G., Treas.        " *  HIGHEST IN QUALITY OF PROVED GERMINATING POWER  SEND FOR HANDSOME CATALOGUE  The Brackman-Ker Milling Co. Ltd. 86 Ha.tingt st. We.t. v.ncou  ver, B.C  FT. TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Repa red  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  WM. ELSON  Merchant Tailor   Enderby, B.C.  Begs to call the attention of hip friends and the  public to the fact that he has opened for business  as above, opposite the new Baptist Church, cor.  Mill and George Sts., and solicits the favor of  your patronage.  GRAHAM BROS,  CONTRACTORS  and BUILDERS  Estimates Cheerfully furnished.      MARA, B. C.  Livery t Feed Stables  Remember your horse: Feed him well and he'll serve you  right.   Leave  him with us when  you  come  to  town.  EVANS & MACK ENDERBY  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  1 Agencies  A Life Insurance policy in the Royal Insurance Co.  of Liverpool, Eng��������������������������� is a valuable asset. A plain,  straightforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt as to its value.  \  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London  British America Assurance Co,  Royal InsuranceCo. of Liverpool (Life dept)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee &  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  . Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5 .:  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, 12 to 1  Office:. BELL BLOCK. .'    ENDERBY..  w;  E: 'BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  ,   Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.  Poy������������������w\ 1 1 /.tPa Plumbing and  \jdl I Oil 06 VA). Furnas Work  Eave Troughing and all kinds of Sheet Tin and Copper work.   Repairing and  Jobbing Work given prompt attention.  Corner Hudson and Alexander Sts.  SALMON ARM  Working Harness, Saddles, Repairing  Anything you need, in stock  I  W   Ft7an<_HARNESSMAKER  J.   VV .  _^VaOS?AND REPAIRER  Enderby  W ALLAN DOBSON,  ���������������������������      Auctioneer  Debt Collector  Real Estate & General  Agent   .  Intermediary  Enderby, B.C.    ;,   ; m  pLAUDE P/.JONES,       "  V ARCHITECT-;  *  CONSULTING.. ENGINEER  FOR HEATING AND  v    VENTILATING  INSTALLATIONS.  VERNON B. C.  PETER BURNET  Dominion & Provincial  Land Surveyor ���������������������������  Enderby, B. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Weak lungs, Catarrh,  Bronchitis, Hawking  H r-  Ev������������������ Though Head and Throat Are  Diseased From Neglected Colds,  Core is Certain.  MOUNTAIN     HOME     FOR     GAME. I   _.  t  British Columbia's Prcstrve for Moun- i  tain Goats .and Sheep, Elk and Deer,   j  J-'.V a |);iK-:.un;i! ii>M cf ths; Lioulc-nsiH- {  . ot'eni*.:- am! .Kx/.<-tit.ivo (.'outiei! 0i Bri- !  tisli L'(i!;:miI .a. dated Nov. I."i. HIOS. thsrc '  was m';iu<l u r-;inc:n.-trv l'_r the mountain ;.'.������������������������������������������������������;!'., mountain .-liwp, .Ik,- "jnul.  deer  and  oilier' imjioriaul.   wild  aniiimls  e=ni=na Useful  for Catarrh?  RUSSIA   EtG   ENOUGH.  Kuropatk'n   Argues   Against   Further  Expansion   of   the^ Empire.  "The t.:?������������������.'f wyrk of our  army in   the  .last 200 yec-us,"' writes General ICurojiat-  list  cf  the   inRrfcdrontS-cMU5".in -1������������������<*-',������������������r*.'*, "^ ���������������������������v_i<le,l   in   th,  our   boundaries  on   the  ZIuodreA* die r,' chronic catarrh thai ��������������������������� .'.s'.'l  ttc ctrrwi t>v ppri-ovi'.-ini; wiili ������������������. j-������������������rn������������������������������������������������������ _v <i.'  'wed jnw'i. l.ooV for Ih<--.������������������-1������������������ *yiiv; .am* I|! .v0':''  ���������������������������������������������n������������������n oao.��������������������������� they a.: uio;::i CAT AKKII l:i i"1"'-''  'tone.:  "I.s your  v.l.-p roiiph?"  "Uo yon rowjrli up iihli-jru"*"  "lft ynirr  nose, staffed   up?"  <    "_o you *norc at  hIje'i','.'"  "Doc.   your   uo*_  itch   ;u.<l  Imra?"  ' .lave  vou  /rental   lio:vd:w._L->V"  "Do  you,-  cnes pain7"  "Hfl-vo yon   dro-ppia<_*   in   y_u_.  iin-oat?"  "Do you HufcPie,  haivl.,  coiis'i'"''  "Have  you rtrr. .limiy-s-  .'m   your  tli-uai:"  "Arc yon   ln?inx' sense of  iimi*'.'"  "Have you i-tnmach  nausea?"'  Catarrh has been pronoune. I a ���������������������������is������������������n������������������e  ������������������;a_s_(t e.u<l liiiilnlair.ecl hy j.;������������������:iu life, and like  other (Hso3sc-s w2icro rwdi-s arc preseai, is  lra;������������������.--.siblft to be curfx! by (.lie ordinary eon-  ������������������7tH;:t'onk! medicines.  JIi:i..re_s nt ill'ierer.i remedies have bet-n  *rle_. Inhalers' which produced fileam, vapors And sarays -were Introduced, bill turned  ������������������iut useless, ii. xhe v.\por condensed and lists  modicum eats were left, deposited In lhe larj?e  tHXioohinl lubes ion.fr before th* *lr reach'.!'!  t.ho raafUIcr cells of the lungs.  Catarthozone  _ the only germicide ever foim������������������l volatile'  ���������������������������suouch to Iruwc-jraate every particle oi air  breathed. yn. leaving it J'"RKK from moisture,  thus ennbiiag- this powerful jferm destroyer  tn reach every part of the air parages iu  t.he. hea4, throat and lung*, vhere It :u nncu  .JIIe <_a fc.vdll; thai cum catarrh, imlmtii,  hroi'fihlH .   colds,   etc.  It cures fry inhaVulou, and bi.:iu _ it can-  ������������������������������������oi (all to retell the seat of the <:Uey.*e. Ii  ts> Ktiarantei'd. r������������������nd incurs not. tho .>-!isliteri  ���������������������������Mncer  of  ineeuveulenc_  to  the  _i;iri?n:.  oi   tin.  '. |>nn iju  j ul" an 1  cioied  :  Th,.  i   li.'i     li.iN'N  I  I'i'Kii . <|:t v  ��������������������������� i::iiia! iie  It-tnoi .if tliat  tttlsc^ i lie jVirrn  livliilt'  >ii<lcr    i'i<>'-1:;:iiiinij:   an  i ;! ^iiii    ;m;-   ten   yi'iil"-.  '"UilnTii   lint'   i>|   iIii> ']i:v'.frvi:   ]*  ii'ifiii    uf   i In-    iini.r;inli.!ia!  I������������������'iiii'iiir\'. .'in.! i  Perun.a hi: submitted to any  expert, of whatever kcrco! or nation-  aJiiy. he. would be obliged 1o admit  without reserve that e:������������������ch ont of tlicni  v/.as of undoubted value in chronic  catarrhal disfasfs and hsci stood the  test of  many  years'  experience  in  the.  treatment of such dist&ses. THERE  CAN BE NO DISPUTE ABOUT THIS  WHATEVER.    Ptruna  is composed of  rnedtcar  ���������������������������'*;.*<'!''*���������������������������   o'  t'.oi.iiw(;Kt u:nl on t!>.<" Soutli . hi tlie |uri_  t.ivo ei'iitiii'if. hut seventy-twii year*  liave lici'iv jit'acoi'iii. j'u lite reiiiiiiniii;.  I-S years (liiriy-tluee /nrei^n and l\vh  i.'UiMiinl wars liave lieeu wa^ed.  Uijif.-ia'. (liMl"!* on tlir I'.ihi.  J'Jl.acIv ."ii.;i.s rc(|niiTii tin: IiiIht o  armed foivc-> f.r '2W  v*-:ii-������������������ ami <������������������������������������������������������  < a>;cni h.-nnxlary, Kik  liiv.-r. i������������������ iitii'i'ii  in iie- 'r. in i lie w _.-'. 11 _i  ��������������������������� i-iiiinri ul ,\liii'i'iii. in tli-. Miiniiii1 i i" ' ii , ���������������������������, , . _--ii ,  ,, ��������������������������� . . ,. . , ,,. " '-'the most c-fficacious find universally  ne    rum i;i-;,:.i: diviui'.     | In' tula! ureal  ��������������������������� :*   il.1-   n-^ii'ii   ulih-li    ilms   lieeoiiK's  ivh^'hili'    ^attie  M|ll!U'<'     llli.i"   .  an  lin-MTVi- nf almui    -IfiO  It  invlit'ii'S   a'.Kuit. tlirc.-  i| ..' ;! i r>   i  '.:'*. iMid '  lain   I'li:,.  f l lie U.'VV}{,fy _���������������������������...���������������������������_ \yr_n .])C  nil l.'ivi-r*. ,ilr :i [v K.'i.-���������������������������ji '.o  ���������������������������i> the |>ro|)(i������������������-i'<l Coat, 3.t<.mn-  u> wliieh elk ami deer l������������������i.<'il-  ni;,' ^rctin-i^ ii������������������ve   Ijern   adtieti  Oil  111.  Begin Treatment Now  i  Catarr'aozpne is: absolutely certain to r������������������ncli  1 bo source ef iho dipea/.-e. it. jkjs _.-m;s m,ir-  ve'o:i������������������ heajiiiz iirenertiee. and ijuieitly re-  ������������������tcrep tbe raw. eoage:.ed moinbriuies to a  ri</nn.i!. he.'iltliy condition. In a. j'������������������tv breaths  It elear? nvny ail foul mucous dlscliarxe*.  und uuickiy allays eouRhlng. heudaeh . ;_in  over the ye-.. a_d lhe mnnifnld mi[il������������������������������������/iunl  HV7r.r.t<vms of catarrh, brnnehki.;, *_-{.liin a,  emiRhiCK.   tore throni and  colds.  Quick Cure is Guaranteed  Uriv hear in mind, ytm br?a;h������������������ (,'ntarrh-  ������������������M>ne. Vio you _<>:. think ihL������������������ i.^ ��������������������������� a. racinnal  ���������������������������iri^thr_ of Irenlmeui���������������������������k re&scna.ilii way of  riaicIiinK <he riif-t-a _d .surface., which li������������������ *>  far in (ihe cavity of the body or ot lite hivid  lh:-_ ihey C'Ti  be  re.'-.l'hed   in   ao oilier  wsy?  You   cannot   pOv_ib'y   fail   to   obtain   quick  euro if  you  use   .aJurrli���������������������������������������������oii*\   Two m.nt!i*'  troa^nieni,   r.liMiulely luarsnieed,  eosw  II.t>.  urjiallfr .������������������!>:������������������.  K... at all d������������������aler.<  in inelicin^s.   ���������������������������-������������������-���������������������������   Blames Toronto.  (Ottawa  Free I .os������������������).  An r-iuiiiijr lu Toronto's fipli',; a:r.'ii;i:d  He .Street Jf ail way Compniiy appear* in  fiight. One of tlu. iiew.jiaper.s lta.< re-  dognixed that (hi; fmtlf lies mainly wiili  "���������������������������'he City ('oniteil, and has iiatt courage  ���������������������������mougla to say t������������������. ft will not take the  powers-fhnl-lie at tho City Hall ]onjj  *.c readt .an agreement wilh the crupany  once they make up I heir mi mis .hal,  t������������������l>using it. i.;; out <>_ date an a voLc-mak-  ing' prooe������������������s.  J it.'irthwoM, uii  tin. head  watci> ���������������������������; White!  ! l:i''.'i' ami ii.s  tributary ..tckj.  |     Tho   region   it   riej'iiy   -Us-ked      with  i^'.'ime.    It is iinduub.ediy  ihe cent re    of  j abundance  i.f  the. white   liKMiiitaiii goat,  lhe nnmher ni"  whieii  i.s    esiiniated     by  L'omjK'ici'.i   .-^liH-ismr-n     ajid   ^i':-!i>s     al  alh'iiiU   I,ll(H)   head.     Of    idoiidi   \     Mieep  there  is  ni.so an uhmtd.-un, bioi,., ;t eon-  *urvativc  "���������������������������j'limale.   placing   iho  luial ac  ri<. Ie.-:. ihint .00 head.  Orizzly bears are. a "mind ant in tJio  higher ranges, and il is s.f<i to estimale  ihe. toial ii ii in Ix-i- at from -50 to 50 in-  dividiiiiL. Klk are yet. senrw, and so  a.re initio lieer. Kith th������������������ .*"��������������������������� 5[>eeie? having  befti sjiol out nimesi 10 the point oi'  oxten .isttLtioit I _i'r>rti the uiisiitigc'k pro-  iwtion law wa.* euattU'd.  Jt isjiow (|i!irn ('L','.*;:Vii Ui'U fj'om ilijj  i.u:r-*! TiHioeforijj. all the. large, game  spc.it1>-: ui lh������������������' ) .vte.ted are������������������ wilj steadily ami ni_idly thc.eflse. Jicsiflps pro-,  vwling (ot lhe [Kiipetmil prcs^rvfti'io.'i of  thu pieiiirfMiu. goal and lhe lordly  siwop, 1>ol1i ������������������;' them s|H>eies that are  ea.sily e.\U:rmJ!iaied iinl.ss protw.ied,  tho overflow 1 . wild life from the new  res*. voir will!jk.fjJt������������������ 1 u,i 11y .lock the sur  used herbal remedies for catarrh.  Ev-cry ingredient of Peruna has a reputation of i'.s own in th* cure of  some  phase of cr.lsrj'h.  Ptruna brings to the home the  COMBINED KNOWLEDGE OF. SEVERAL SCHOOLS OF MEDICINE in  the treatment o( catarrhs! diseases;  brings to the home the scientific  skill and knowledge cf the modern  pharmacist; and last but not least,  brings to the home the vast and varied  experience of Dr. Harfmsin, in the  use cf catarrh remedies, and in the  treatment  of   catarrhal   diseases.  The fact is, chronic catarrh is a disease which is very prevalent.' Msny  thousand people know they have  chronic catarrh. They have visited  doctors over rind over again, and been  told that their c������������������6e is one of chronic  catarrh. It may be of the nose, throat,  lungs, stomach or some other internal  organ. There is no dcubl s.s to the  nature of the disease. The only  trouble is the remedy. This doctor  has tried to cure them. That doctor  hss tried to prescribe- for them.  BUT THEY ALL FAILED TO  BRING ANY  RELIEF.  Dr. Hartman's idea is that a catarrh  remedy can be made on a large scale,  as he is making it; that it can be  made honestly,-'of the p/.irest drugs  and   of  the   strictest   uniformity.    His  ISSUE .JVO"   5; 1909  HELP WANTED.  AGENTS WANTED-NO SWURIEY *������������������f.  -*" eapital required: !ibor������������������) indu<w������������������*nt.������������������.  Alfred Tyler, wholesale i������������������a impm'ter ttttft  .-iliiee  grinder,  j^iidon,  Out.  ami  n:ir  I 11 >  great sacrifices in killed ������������������in;l wounded.  We reached the Pacific, in I SOT without-  bloodshed. Hut so c.'Im- ������������������ ciet'.i/y bote  within iti. If the germ of defeat. "  "The enlargement of l"u������������������.-ia*>. bnnntl-  ar.'cs in all din ction-. has brought, .nto  her pussfs.^ioii divci. peojile-i ��������������������������� lion and  even hostile to Ku?_in._ The bji'dcr-b of  the empire have begun ; . be siirr mmh'd  by a population nol sufficiently ������������������!n:i:.(>a-  mated  with  liie  Ru>:>>ian  people.  ���������������������������'Ktisiia. in her frontiers of il.Ofll")  miles contigiimis to nine differeni idng-  doms needs in my opinion no .'tkertuioj.'.i  hi  her boimdarv  lines.'-',  V|7 K WANT RKJJAB_B WOMBN, AiiC.  '��������������������������� over (.'iiiiikUi to work for is, ilurtnjc.  their spare hours, flellin* ������������������"i.r hlth sra.d<*-  Perfumes. Toilet Hmiuisites. Tom, (;<������������������{{_*,  etc. No rr-fereiiees n������������������vfl������������������������������������������������������ry. Work pieaa-  nut und I'fiininprative. The Houwt Si)wl*ttiw������������������  Co.. Tranby  Avenue. Toronto, (Jauaoa.  WANTKD-MKN AND WO.MKN TO S^lA.  (_������������������ _ unit eu[f*>*,  ������������������.IsK) oth������������������r line*.,.  A.  S. Taylor.  t������������������u  Inifxjrter,  South   l������������������ndou,} Ojit.  MJvN WANTI.D IN BVKUY IvOCAMTl'  In advertl*fl our goods, tacit up ������������������how-  enrd.s in all loiiKpieuous plaeeo and distribute Miiall advertisins mutter. CommiSHlim  or salary. W, ner mouLli, aud ...pcnseii. }\  l>w liny, ^tendy work tho voir round: *n-  tlreh' new plsui; uo pxpcrleneo roqulr.s'1.  \Vrite for parllciilarn. Ituyal Itenicily Cti���������������������������  l���������������������������ndon.  Out.,   Oaunda.  roiimlniJi  lorn'u/ry.'  The er������������������\ii.ioii of iho preserve was ^tig-  ifi.f'ted to the (lovernment ol Hritiw-h  t'loiiiinbia. in 11)0. by two Am_ri������������������m  sportsmen. r'i>r two yenr.=. William T.  Uiirmtday and .lohn N. Phillips carried  on by c..in ..spoiidem . and in tlie press  1111 active e-ampai.un of eduention and  appeal on lxdmlf of t'n������������������i ]>ropoe^d pre-  .vrvo.  On ] .iiiy convinced ;hf.t. tlie ]veople of  1-triiLch ('oiuml)ia renliy desired the. pro-  [*i>_t*������������������l pni<orve I'rcmi _ McBrirle referred  tin: mai'te to th������������������! ])roriiif:iai ^'im?. wur-  den, .A. Bryan \\*illinm.������������������. for e.vaminaiion  aiul a- report. In I'.'OS .Mr. Williams made  two lonjtf and laborious tours of inspection iiiroi;j.)t lhe 'V.������������������<l Koolenrty region,  from Vcruie lo the Whil*i I'iver country,  awl after a .i<'.-irc!ii:ip e..vaiiiina.tion ren-  <\*n'<l n re|>o.'"L. The executive ord.r  1 published on Nov. Ifi defines [he lxnin-  dafie" of the m-iw I'Jrwd tirea a.s re<������������������m-  nt.'ikled  bv ..Mr.  Williani.t.  0      j idea  is that this  remedy can  be-sup-  Gold Laid Watoh  d&8&>  Cuaranto.d for 20 years  FREE fi .sailing4di...en C')-  halt Geld Inklons J .im at sc.  eiteli. These ji������������������iis writa a  beautiful cider liy simply (lipping in w:itor. ' So nit required. Wrica to-day. 1 Vt'n  trust you with tho jieim, sell  them and return i.lia i_ou������������������y  3,ud win thi������������������ little beauty  Gold Finished Watch *������������������*  a tin k. lovely Tea 9������������������t Frea  COBALT SOLD PEK OO.  Dept   -j;���������������������������. Toronto, Oijt.  plied directiy to the people, and no  more be charged for it than is necessary for the  handling of  it.  No other household remedy so universally advertised carries upon the  label the principal active constituents,  showing that Peruna invites the full  inspection   of   the   critics.  ...- 'For .a free illustrated book en ii lied  '1'lie TVufh About Penin..." j.ddress  The. Peruna Co.. Columbus. Ohio. .Mailed  postpaid.   +~������������������   How to Shoot With a Revolver.  'To bejiin sighting nioiii. the barrel, of  11 six-shooier, as iu iiirjrei-iNtlli.y practice. i.< -,i handicap t. the man who wants  to learn th������������������ art st- its host. The baud  und,eye, of course, work t_get-her with  e.ll weapons and iu all combats: liut  tli-ere i.s a difference, belween the eye-  irenerfil ,umi the eye-particular. The  be.������������������l form of boxing or fencing���������������������������that is  wlwt the, use of the. ftix-shoi>t<T means.  Vou |X)inD your fist- or your foil by iu-  stinoi. You can no 1 help pointing your  finger directly and straight, at any object-, no mutter how'hard you iry. Yet  surely you do not, sigh, down your fiu-  uer! In the best- work wilh th. six-  *lw������������������l.r, you point with the barrel just  as you point with your finger; or really,  yon point- with your wrist and forearm,  tuid the six-sdiooter is the finger of your  wrist, the lengthening of your arm.  That, U the theory and crp.ed of the six-  shooier.��������������������������� K-mersiOii Hough in The Outing  Magazine for .]miliary.  FAF'MS   TO   RENT.  i TOCIC F.\Il.M 'J'U ItENT���������������������������A   FI.VK  ffrC.'.'JC  DRIVEN TO DRINK.  Artist-���������������������������Mv next piclnr. will be entitled "Driven to Drink."  His Friend-���������������������������Ah, eome powerful portrayal of baffled pus?ion,  I suppose?  Artist���������������������������Oh, no; itJs 11 cub approaching  si  watering-trough.  ���������������������������. ��������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������  THE  CAST  OF A   DIE.  Mop per���������������������������Marriage is a game of dice,  after nil. Laura. Lusher _ hnsbnnd  has left her and is boozing harder  thiin ever.  Sopper���������������������������I see your point. He shook  her for the drinks.  PILES GyiffifHilE BY *  NEW ABSORPTION METHOD  s  r.ordoii. 0:1 I'roof l,lue rmid: si'i\ail ppix>rCun-  liv for rlK'ni iiarty Jiii(|iilre W. S. Joint-  son.   Arvn  J'.   ()..   (Jut.    l"a^1d~wantedT   ^4^0_OO^CASlT  PAID   FOJl  South African Volunteer Land Warrants  If   (substitute   papers    properly   execute1!  iMako   _i_<lit.   draft   with   jiaiiera   iittadhvtl.  First National Realty Co.  Wionipog, Man.  reference���������������������������Meroliairts'  JJank.  Tobacco  and  t-Jo_k������������������ \.  (Ottawa Journal).  Three big reasons exist to stop snio'r.-  iug .al liockey matches:  1. The rink.may be set on fire.  '2. The sinokt? dulls the light, acii-:  towards the end of matches ob;_ur_rf  tho game.  3. It is n.asly for lhe. ladies.  For smoking, 110 good reason      ex!..*.  ������������������t all.   *-^*-   A Woman's Sympathy  Are you discouraged? Ir your doctor'iv  bill a lieavy financial load? Is your paid  a heavy physical burden? 1 know wiiar.  tlieee mean to delicate worneu���������������������������I hav.-  been discouraged, too; but learned Iiot. to  "cure myself. I waat to. relieve your..burdens, wliv not end tlie pain and stop th.j-  doctor's bill? I e.-.n do this for yeu-and.  w.l) if you frill assist me.  All voir need O.o is to write for a fr*o  box of the remedy which lias been pjaceit'  In my hands to be given away. Perbapt*  this one box will cure yovi���������������������������it has done so-  for others. ..If *o. I uhall be happy ana  vou will b������������������ cured for 2c (tho coit of :*  postage stamp), four letters held conrt-  dcntiallv. AVrite to-day for niy free treai-  ment. MKS. F. E CURRAH. Windsor, One.   '-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-  -       .  '       NAMES  OF   DOGS.  New   Specimen   for   the   Zoo.  Orc-M'il   in   the   lati'-'L   a ml   must  nj>-  .pcov.cl _ 111 otj i.r.c.vcl: 11 tr_ _.).-; hi 1110 w.ill 1 _iro'/-..  Ttcm't believe rheiims-  Uwn can be cured by rub-  hiog liniinent or oil on  (.he nore ppot,. The div  t*t*e cad not be roAuheii in  tha.fc way. Jt must bo  driren out of the sytlero.  Only Celery Jvintt will do  iiblr (jaichlr. 2i cents. ������������������t  *e*.ereorbymiiil.  ...C. \Voll>AC ...Tnronui  Way  irlc* nil c(ini|i!(1t(>, the inoioivvrlisl <r������������������ily  liinl-tdoti>d hi-, way inward tin: /no.  Suddenly lie ^In.-knicii, {'i^iiioiiiiled and  said  tu r  small, yrnbby urchin:  "1  ".ay. b'iy, am 1   riyitt   I'm1 the Xi������������������i?" j  Tlie boy _iti])i'd nt   jn  *i.raii(.'(  -i-.j-i r-\-\ i l cJi m| . u::o 5=11 .2-  If vou mffer fro_ bleeding, itching,  blind or protruding Piles, send ?nc your  address, and I will tell you how to cure  yourself at home by the new absorption  treatment; ������������������ji<1 -will ai.o send tome of  this home treatment free for trial, with  references from your own locality" if  requested. Immediate relief and permanent cure assured. Send no ino_er,  but tell others of tiiis offer. Write today to -Mrs. JM. Summers, Box 'P. 8,  Windsor, Ont.   *_���������������������������-������������������   Scotland.  "Scotland" is.a na_ii> so hallowed by  heroic and .ncccssful struggles against  tyranny, civil end ecclesiastical. that  its sons as n rule are jealous as well  ._L_" _L_gP������������������J*-_  _ _fctt������������������nl.y-.giiardiana_of.  K'    ���������������������������illlllC   new   Klll-  and   thiiiiclit  it   ih:  ina!   for  tin1  f.iirden-.  ���������������������������"i'oii may be all rinht if they have a  spari' caj.'i'." lie ������������������aid. when lie c 1 ��������������������������� 111 ��������������������������� I  find lii������������������ tiiiii.uc.���������������������������'���������������������������but yi.ii'd ha' -.'.Hilda  far better ehaiiee  if vi.u'd  a   tuil.'''���������������������������Tit-  Minard'.������������������ T.iniiiK .it Co.. Limited  Dear   Sirs.���������������������������We   wi^h   to   inform   you  that we consider your AIINA'RD'S LIN-  ' l.MKNT a very ������������������ii|ieri(ir ariirle. mid we  iiuc  it n-   a   relief  for  m'hj  ihrost; and .   .  chcc,.    when 1  tell vou  I  would not be    Mirtard s   Liniment   Cures   Colds,   etc  dollar a  ���������������������������*���������������������������**-  its existence and aclive in its preservation. The 1.word of Wallace and the stool  of Jennie Gerides are fymbols deeply en-  shrine*!  in  the national  heart.  a Mglit j without it if the price  was one  buttle,   I   mean   it.  Votirs-  truly.  UMA.. V  .TON*.  Dijcriminating.  "Do you Imlic-ve in the literal ideajn of  lul.urp   purtislimem'."  "Not Un niywlf." answered Mr. Si rim  Barker. '"Hut 1 favor it for a lot of  jx-ejilc I know,"���������������������������-Wa^hniglon' Mar.  MlJnArd's   Liniment   Cures   Diphtheria,  Bad   Precedent,  o!   fwvpiii'Mit   are  you  Following  "Wlwt.    kind  j/ointr <o put along ibis street?"  "Well, It iv our intention "  "So   that's   ihe   kind.' i.*   it?      f*r.-at  I'hiU)!    Why don't ymi move out of thi������������������  ��������������������������� Tufidghborhoo'.l?    "S'ou  don't  h.vc   to  liv������������������;  b*-re. do vou 1"  ���������������������������\V!l5i   ic.e.ft   tyjicwrlicrs   'hi-   \s  k  <if   ii'Antltleii   ftem   1 In.,   nl'l   im   th  'I'lli!    fiiiWwiiiii!    i.������������������   ibe    liimifi'i'  .writer.    It   I-   Ioii-k   iiii^t   1I11   BxiieriiimatH  Urtuo.    it   !.<   ft fe   tu  buy   an   fn'lerwoo .  ���������������������������rlo.1  il������������������w.  .hi-  UNITED.- TYPEWRITER-CO.  UMrrr.ii  7 Adelaide Si. Easl, TORONTO  Unfortunate.  Willie,  what  are  you  crvmir  "Why  ..bout':''  "'('hum1  1   don*'   j-'ei   no Saturday  lioli-  ihtv  from" ,<ch(V(i! like  the  ut her eliildrcn  ! doe.*,     lioo-boo!"  1      "Hut why don't yoiitrel nut of -.eliool  ion Sa'ttirdiiy':"  i      "'('itn>e   I   ain't   old . eiiiiuyh   to   t_o   lo  ���������������������������; .school vet,    Boo-hoo-lioo!"  Couldn't   Pass.  Uiwn.'iiw ltf<l just cried:   "IKuj't jjive  up the sdiip!"  -   "I've -.col- io,''-a.n>.wercd   his Mibonlin-  ate; "I  failed in the lest   wk.IIc."  Herewith the hero expired.��������������������������� N'ew York  Sun.  Spimiels wero so calfed because tho  original breed of this type came from  S_.mii). Tlie Blenheim, spaniel gotftm  name from Jilenheim palace, whe.>  this dog first gained popularity _i  the time of the groat Duke of Marlborough. Jn the same way the fifag  Gliarles .=.p������������������niel owes its name to ;th������������������  merry monarch. Fox terriers did-;_iot  gain their names from a likenes'g to  the fox. but from the fact tliat...f.r-  merly they were used in hunting fox.*.  Many years ago they wer, sent u%-j  their niastcrs down the fox's burrow'  to draw and kill their quarry. I ..was  in those days a saying that a "gooi'l  fox terrier nevar came out. of a burrow without the fox. He eitfusr  brought out his prey dead or nev.r  came out alive himself.  the ������������������������������������������������������chaWpion^*  GAS and GASOLINE  ENGINES  lt_mu-t give ������������������������������������tt____  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  faction er you don't  pay for if.  SOLD   ON   TRIAi.  I# th* obJt GasoliaeHBgln. ������������������jat you ������������������_ trt.  btifore ywi buy. I kuow what Um "Cb*_-  tij<m" will <io. and I waot ycu to be fun.  i.t_ti������������������<i with it b*r������������������we you pay for it. Tli*  price   1������������������   k>w.   Pull   pM-Uculw*   free.  Wm. Gme.pit, 98 Front St. E .TOBOOTt  Shacking.  j\1������������������ry���������������������������I wind you'd (Iron the "J������������������fi4*"  ami  call ltu.'  plain  "Alar/.'  Whim --(.)h. I (.'.ulrin _ throw j������������������*xt  mifsfortuiK.' in your face that w������������������3T.  RAW  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cows.  The American   Winter,  \ 1:1 _��������������������������� i*!������������������-j: 11  and Scol-Miinn  were iiis-  ;   the   eoiil   eNju'tieiiei'd   in    , inter  110rl.l1  of s,.(,i Ijiiid.  An  t*l 1.���������������������������-������������������i 11;  in tlie  till  "\\ liy, il - not l)in<.r 111  tlie rold weather we !  .-.lid tlie .Aiiu-rieiin.  winter   when   a   .~lie>'(i  jciiipim,_t   from  Beyond  the  Styx.  Pluto     had      introduced       Wackford  SmiRors. lale of Dotheboys hall, to Sim-  iin  l.-etM'ee. late of l.'nc.hj 'I'oni'.s Cabin.  "Clad in meet you. Mr. Squwrs," sa.id  Letrree. "You and I. I believe, arc two of  the most celebrated of the old masters.'"  I'm Siineers, wiio had just been compelled by I'ltito to take his regular dose  of hriiustoiic���������������������������without the treacle���������������������������wa-s  1.1 ve m the st.-i. .<:," j too surly to answer.  rim n-eoM >:'t r r e. !  -*-*-��������������������������� -���������������������������  niliar ������������������d lo  hill..el,  f]-(s;'.e!l  til.  91  lulu   a    Held,   iieeame   -.udd-'Mly  m  the way and  -lurk  in ��������������������������� hi- air  ike ;i  tna--i of ire."  "Hu:. maii." I'.velainit'i! thi- S'eo' - ,i.ni.  "t!n> law ni ur.iviiy wonldu't allow  tii.it."  "I    k.noiv   ilia! ."   reldied    lhe   !.l!e   t 'it'll-   |  er.   "I'.ut  ihe law ni <s,r,v!iy wa? frozen,  t'.o: "     Ti'i  I.i'-.  Th  !'. U ���������������������������  -.1 i  I'.OI.  ie! iir  -liOIIMI  hi'   'H'.iie  THE PERUNA ALMANAC.  ' The druggists have already been sup-  : plied with the Peruna almanac-for 190..  ��������������������������� In addition to the regular astronomical  mailer usually furnished in almanacs,  ', the arliclos on astrology are very attractive to most, people. Tlie mental characteristics'of each sign are given with  1 faithful accuracy. A li:t of hieky and  I unlucky day^ will' be furnished to those  know j wh(i have our almanac?, free of charge,  ���������������������������man.    A.d'lrct-s The   i .rtiua  '..'o..  Columbia,   O.  FURS HIDES  V.'ritc fcr Weekly Price Llstf.  JOHN  HALLAM  Shipments Solicited.  TORONTO, ONT.  *y  THt FAVORITES  EDDY'S  "SILENT  MATCHES  M Silent as tha Sphinx!"  TH2 MOST PERFECT MATCHES T0U EVEB STRUCK  Al-ffsys, everr-hcro io Cauda, ask (or Eddy's Match* THE   ENDERBY   PRESS   AND   WALKER'S   WEEKLY.  /A  IN A PRISON OF JERUSALEM  An  Experience Which Involved No  Little Danger.  . |uj!c of oxperit'iiOM of a Turkish  i j>.~on is added to the long record of  Orson iiii.ui.oi_ by William O'Brien. M.  '"���������������������������.. in  t!iu Westminster Gazette:  Our excellent, dragoman, Alexander,  >uKlitiy that lib world of show places in  --mii-alein, inexhaustible a* it seemed,  ���������������������������t.:us punning out and that we were be-  ginning to prefer to J'^sit . the old  *w.ne��������������������������� all by ourselves, to i'miso in the dc-  .���������������������������riou-, fragrance ot" the Franciscans'  '"tJirlun of . clhsemane or in the gloomy  depth.-, of the Valley of .leJios.haph.at, un-  .ii-lurbed by the chatter to wliicli tihe  th-st of guide, are prone, discovered for  i-irtii-oif and ua a new world to conquer  ������������������-.y . his account.  ilo gave us to undei .ImikI that by  r .me unheard of devices of diplomacy  ji-ctwc-cn the Governor-General and the  ..rj.u! and hininclf-it. might he possible  .... arrange a visit to the jail in which  ..;.e most eminent murderers of the age  ���������������������������none of them ranking fewer tiluin  :-ivent.y years penal .servitude, some of  >,i.'C'n. crimson with the blood of half a  _.;���������������������������...en different victim-: and some choice  .-.pints actually under sentence of hang-  i:i.<_���������������������������were immured. Tn hi.s own experi-  ..n������������������: the privilege had been accorded  only once before' sind that was cighte.n  y.-a't. ago. He intimated that for all  practical purposes 'of the tourist world  -->���������������������������_ should be in a position to say with  _r_ Ancient -Mariner:  We were the first who'ever burst  Into  that silent pea.  The distinction did not tempt us, but  .1 . chance of comparing the interior of  o Turkish jail with the'interior of Hol-  kiway and Kiiniuinham and Tullamor*.  cjh) many other?, Irish and English, did.  An a matter of tact, the presentation of  ray card demolished, all difficulties, as,  i. must Ire gratefully acknowledge.!, _ it  < ./"; everywhere in the land of the genial,  if purchasable and unspeakable, Turk.  The penal prison i.s situate in the  heart of the Mohansmcdan quarter, in a  . ..e.t of crumbling magnificence, and -of  precious! Moorish stalactite arciies hid-  .v;g in mysterious shadows, such a? an  w.ttld ;?Im.st welcome penal servitude  to be incarcerated in, could lie only be  "..soured of imbuing his work with its mystical .obscurities. The only thing which  distinguished the pvison from any.of,the  civher tumbledown rookeries, or latticed  Irs reins, of the street was a. group of  iunva_h_d soldiers who hovered sleop-  iiy about the entrance and whose rifles  were the only part that ������������������ccmed to have  erijriyed the care of a paternal Govern-  m.nt. - ,  - On the Opposite Side  Oi" the street stood the penitentiary, in  wJiich some hundreds of the 'miDor fry  ni the criminal classes purged their, pec-  c:.ili_loes: bur, having the tall poppies  oi" the assassin world to choose from,  t);(< prison in which the common or garden criminal wasted his sweetness only  interested us because il contained the  I'.vernor's house. House, did I say? Our  worthy Governor's quarters' were con-  fi?..d to one crazy room on the level of  .)���������������������������������������������': street', h'.-. oscrilMre. surmounted by  a. gallery of photos of eminent inis-  I'f'.ar.t . of his acquaintance, lying in the  o.'y cornei' where any serious amount  tr;' sunlight penetrated, and his bed  moth.tly stowed away in the corner opposite, wliilo his official majesty 'was  lvdrwi  around   wilh  so little  ceremony  that. :i one eyed thief, it  frwggar woman stepped in  ctf the street to join in  Li-en.  The Goveinor.  like  soldier and u  friendly line  our conversa-  cvery other  _of.  :__������������������ .. i_h_ofl'ieial JLhad lh__plcasure  ucf-tir... was a model of simple courtesy and good fellowship. ITe l>egan bus-  ii.v.ES by producing . his cigarette case  :.xul treating us to a tliimbleful of luxurious Turkish coffee as genial!}' as an  Jri-.h host would produce his decanter.  Linguistically we got on amicably, although hazily, by means of an exchange  of abominably bad French and bad Ara-  bk. for II .'Governor had little French  :j v*. no Knglish.  ���������������������������The duties of hospitality completed we  .-'.coed across the street into it, crypt,  vvJicre Alexander and myself surrendered  our sticks to the soldiers bcloro tin ori-  li" . was unlocked for us at the. bottom  oi a heavy iron barred gate, through  which we had to stoop to ..queezc ourselves a. into some subterranean shrine,  \VV found ourselves locked*in between  the iron .mile through which we. had been  admitted and a second iron gate, a yard  in (rout, which opened into the prison  .���������������������������o.irt.yaril. Here the misfortunes on-  .usled on poor humanity from the days  uf Fuibel down by the confusion of  .r-npies bewail to ovcrliiko. us. As we  ���������������������������prv.vn.ly discovered the Governor, the  dragoman and myself got entangled in a  tii-Ojieleis riddles of misunderstandings in  1h.r������������������o languages. It never once occurred  to ine that the visit wars to be otherwise  than an ordered^inspection of ranges of  e*.:)).. and private interviews with meek  p. doners, cowering under tho eye of the  t'ove.rnor���������������������������a mere, commonplace cero-  tmmial of the Irish or Knglish order,  with, of course, an element of Oriental  back, bee.-h thrown in. There seemed to  bo . omc hesitation about unlocking the  "ci'ond gate, and Alexander, wilh a  lxii.th of face T did not. in the least un-  ��������������������������� :. .������������������tand at the moment, asked nie if t  really desited lo go in, "TVhy. certainly. '���������������������������' was the reply.' ''What on "earth else  di.] we come'for?'  The Little Wicket  in .he inner gate was thereupon unlocked, and the Governor was the first to'  -.i. .��������������������������� into the prison courtyard. I immediately followed. Alexander crawled  through it, with a countenance lengthier than ever, but with the expression  os' resignation with which the Oriental  sw'.epts the maddest freaks of "English"  ���������������������������.'.;'. .���������������������������.ntricity (for as to expecting the. Ori  ental to master the difference between  "Knglish" and "Irish," however humiliating to our national pride may be the  confession, you might as well expect  him to understand the controversy  whether the main street of Dublin ought  to be called ���������������������������'O'Connell street" or  "Sackville street.'.') .The lock of the little wicket then'immediately clicked, and  wc stood in the open courtyard with the  two iron gates to freedom locked behind usl "Hut," 1 f.aid, to the best of  my two languages, "why should not the  lady come in, too?" For my wife had  been left in the space between the two  iron gates, where t'ney had introduced a  chair for her comiort. The Governor  shook his head mysteriously, and Alexander turned up his .surprised'eyes to  heaven. I at once came to the conclusion that the difficulty was the universal Oriental one as to the equality of  womankind iu the assemblies of men.  per day, with water to wash them down  (the loaves, I mean, not their faces, for  water in Jerusalem is a commodity too  precious to be put to such spendthrift  uses.) But, in addition, the prisoner can  make a tiny peculium by his own prison  labor, and is permitted further to re-  o������������������ive food or money from his friend3  outside���������������������������a development of Turkish prison barbarity which might be copied  with advantage by .more .sanctimonious  professors of prison philanthropy nearer  home. We came, therefore,1 provided  with a supply.of oO francs in medjidiehs  and ''nictallics" to'distribute in backsheesh as a humble tribute of sympathy  f'om one who was haud ignarus niali in  the matter of the discomforts of prison  life. These I proposed to distribute in  modest doles at our leisure, as we strolled from cell to cell and heard the individual .stories of sorrow.  But the Governor  the dragoman and myself were no sooner landed inside, the "locked grilles than  from all sides there poured in upon us  a horde of savages about as undesirable  looking as ever glared upon you from a  chamber of horrors���������������������������with the additional drawback of being hungry flesh and  blood instead of wax. We were, in fact,  in the midst of 160 of the choicest bandits,and assassins of the.Turkish-Em-'  pi re, some of them waiting to be hanged,  and all of them pretty well deserving to  be, ������������������_"d from their throats came the yell  which makes one word, at least, of the  Arabic language as familiar as the name  of Cook to the European traveller���������������������������the  hoarse, hungry yell of "Backsheesh!"  This unexpected invasion seemed no  doubt'to leave'a good deal to be desired  in the direction of Turkish prison discipline, hut having been born myself to a  sufficient contempt for '"law" and - order.'* and being, moreover, one of those  who, with Lord Mansfield, regard the  criminal on his . hurdle as, no blacker  than the Judge who sentenced him  might have been in the same environment, J was not much perturbed by the  blazing eyes and wild Animal growls of  my new acquaintances. [ toon also began to distinguish amid the mob two  prison warders, each carrying a whip,  but in Utile else, either of dress, or, indeed, physiognomy, distinguishable from  .heir murderous flock. The purse of  medjidiehs and "metallics" had been confided to Alexander; but as it was now  evident that the distribution of the coin  was to be the first and indeed only practical business of our visit iu the eyes of  the wolves who were leaping in upon u������������������.  J j _ _ n _r _ _ JM*a r (!. ___ _ _ia.��������������������������� __._ j. .__?___  voustK...  that soon grew to panic!  A Happy Thought  howoverj of the Governor saved the. situation for the moment. The purse was  transferred to my wife, who from her  seat on the safe side of the j_rille wa.s  able to make the distribution, in small  quantities without any danger of a general grab with tooth aud claw. A short  speeceh of remonstrance from the Governor reinforced by .an imce: .momou,  application of the v.aider.' whips upon  Ihe bare shins of tho ringleaders, obtained a temporary ..ucccss for an arrangement by which tin. headsman of  each donnilory of eight or ten convicts  came forward to the bars to receive hi.-,  comrades' allowance, which wa. thereupon licked off by the Governor on his  notebook.  ]>ut this was a .low process; it became more and more evident thai nothing short of another miracle of tho  loaves and fi.-hes would make the of)  francs of any avail to satisfy the multitude. They pressed in more and more  aggres- ively, with eyes like daager  thrust*, and greedy yells, some of (hem  brandi.-hing tho tools with which they  had been employed ou prison labor and  others utilizing skilfully the iron, with  which their legs were chained. The  warders' whips, even if there was room  to wield them, were no longer of any  greater efficacy than a pit.lit'.k to  keep out tho .ea. The Governor's face,  ] now noticed for the first time, wa.s  pale enough for a white man; but my  fir*l real j.ti. pieion of the situation came  through a roar of pain from the unfortunate dragoman, who. wilh an agonized  groan, whispered to me, "They'll murder  us;"  So Littl" Had E'cher  my wife or myself realized the situation  ���������������������������for, understanding little of what was  passing, and taking it for granted that  all the passion and fury wits simply for  Oriental mode of scrambling for coppers,  [was on the best of term, with our  murderous friends, addressed some excellent observations'to them in the Knglish tongue, and was allowed to push  them Isack in a rough and tumble way  without resistance���������������������������so exaggerated, I  say, seemed  Friend  Alexander's  alarm  wonsi.pai.ion  Bad Breath  eadache  When the bowels are constipated and  you have stomach trouble and headache, try J)r. Hamilton's Pills; they are  so mild you can scarcely feel their tuition, yet so effectivo that the entire  secretory apparatus is stimulated to  healthy action.  DR. HAMILTON'S PILLS  CURE QUICKLY  Thus writes Mrs. D. 1 \ Fowler froti  Yarmouth: "I used to feel drowsy and  heavy, my color was shallow, and there  wa_ usually a bad tasto in my mouth  I had vague paiiis all through my limbs,  and an annoying headache as well.  "After one _03e of Dr. Hamilton's  Pills there was a sudden change. I felt  better, my appetite increased, and tliat  exhaustion and depression gradually  left me. Life seemed brigliter and happier after I used Dr. Hamilton's Pills.  so I strongly recommend such a g~od  medicine."  IJr. Hamilton's Pills you certainly  need; then why not get thoju now, and  enjoy tho abundant good health they  are sure to bring you ? Price. 25c pf-r  box, or five boxes for $1.00. it all  dealers.  that I burst out laughing. But the. mo- |  ment I saw his face, livid with terror,  lhe laugh came to an untimely end.  ''They're pinching my arm like knives  and threatening to kill me," he whispered, and I dare say by way of rebuke  to my misplaced merriment, "what will  happen to my wife and children?".  The argument was not to be answered.  But how to get away? For the two iron  gates were locked behind us; the Governor and the two luckless warders were  tossing���������������������������rari natites in gurgito vasto���������������������������  amidst the black deluge of rascality  around us, and if it had or.ce come to a  rush _they could have had our money or  our lives, or both combined, before there  would bo the slightest chance of our  being able to creep out through the- tiny-  iron \vick_t3 between us and liberty.  Even*ln.the high tide cf his panic a  stroke of genius worthy of his illus-  crious protonym inspired Alexander.  "Our supply of money is exhausted. "\Ve  must go out for change,*'"he shouted  with whatever ghastly cheerfulness lie.,  could muster to the woives who had  him by the'neck and-shoulders.       \  ���������������������������  The Promise of a Fresh -  prey had an instantaneous effect.'- The  wolves fell surlily-back while, the iron  wickets were being unlocked, and Alex-'  ander and myself'were creeping through  the next"moment,- the locks clicked comfortably 1 _h'nid u . and wo were safe in'  the guardroom, receiving t'ne'.ong'ratillations of the soldiers who had been  watching the drama through the bar:-.  Like many another who has earned laurels on false prcten.e _ I wa.s amazed to  find myself a hero in the eyes of the  Turks for the cheerfulness and coolness  with which, in utter ignorance of the  danger. 1 confronted aud kept at bay  mailed' to any address on the receipt  of 10 cents In silver or stamps. ...  Turkish enough to undeceive tlicm as to  fliy own pait hi the .VcMto, bul hono-t  Alexander was so little in the mood to  compete with me for heroic fame he contented hiniaolf with silently wiping  the  of the soldiers who had witnessed the  seen, followed ps after we left the prison, and with u face beaming with enthusiastic admiration murmured: '"You  are a brave man. That you may go to  heaven!" and, Miakmg my hand, disappeared into his barrac!:. And l*_ really  astounding feature of the compliment  was tuat Un's giddier had Ik .ii about the  only person, gentle or as.-a<. in, we had  met in the course of our vUit who hid  neither received nor petitioned for back-  ihet.h.   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   One Way to Cure Hiccoughs.  Did you ever take nine swallow* ot  water to cure tho hiccoughs? Do you renumber the time, when some one scared  the hiccoughs- away by telling you of a  wrapping due for borne meanness.  V\ ell,, science has been studying hiccoughs and caught the hiccoughs by the  "naj. of the neck.'* The nine swallows  of water had a little science in it, and so  did the scare cure. The scientific hiccough cure consists in pressing down to  numbness the nerve that connects the  stomach, heart, lungs and brain, the  pr.eumogastic nerve. The pressure partially and locally paralyzes this nerve  and of necessity tlie hiccoughing must  waso.  Have the hiccoughing patient sit down  and be at ease, with the muscles of the  neck relaxed as much as possible. Grasp  both sides of the neck somewhat toward  tht- back 'part and pz.ss down steadilv  and as hard as the subject may permit  for about one minute, having tho pati-  ('".!' y01"^ the head from,"side to side.  Within about one minute the nerve will  be numbed aud rested and the spasmodic motion will cease. It may require  longer pressure in some cases." but the'  result is sure''if patience is maintained.  ���������������������������Ohio State Journal.  TONIC TREATMENT  fOR INDIGESTION  The Only Sensible Way to Cure  Stomach Troubles and Give  New Health.  When -the stomach is feeble1 tlie food  HE KNOWS FROM  HIS EXPERIENCE  That   Dodd's  Kidney  Pills   WHl  Cure Bright. Disease.  interference with other organs, egpeciallr  with, the action of the heart and lungs.  >,,, r. r,       , ~���������������������������   .ungs  IJieso poisonous gases have" other ill effects. -They '"ar^'ab'sorbsd: by .the" blood  and so; weaken a nil, corrupt it' as to  cause aches'hi.remote parts of the bodv  and the: formation 'of unhealthy tiWe  everywhere.- . General bodily .weakness'  and 1.033 of weight, is .the result. .The'  nerves and the brain are disturbed, anil  d'scoiiifortij"   such  as ���������������������������   dizziness,.,   hot  sweat from his brow. 1 expected every  moment to ... him drop on his knees to  thank Heaven for his d'jliverance. lie  told use il never occurred to him th:it I  should desito io jjo further than the  iron grille, but Hut ;is'l was fooii.ih  enoii"h to risk mv life bv venturing into  the midst of the a _av.in������������������, he felt 111  Jionor_-boimd=to^fbIloiv^nie,=_ut=_h(_iii_Ji_  the line firmly at allowing the lady to  step into the menagerie after us.  You may naturally ask, why not have  avoided the danger by intrusting the  backsheesh to the Governor for distribution? Alas! (but lot it be whU|>erc'd  riot iu ("-..t-h:} adopts hi the Turkish  theory of governinent had warned us  that if the back_h._&h wu������������������ intrusted to  an official not a. tin "metallic'' of it  would ever retiuh the hands of a prisoner. If"a further .hock to "Kuropcan  susceptibilities be not one too many,  let mo confide to you in a whisper which  luckily can never reach either. (Jath or  Amnion, that ilu? vi.-dt concluded with a  modest handful of b.iek-diiTih to the  worthy Governor hJiii.-ji'lf, who rec.'ived  his pieces of silver with the dignity of  an Uriontal ruler raking in Ids ri.ulitful  coin of the tribute. One incident more  ���������������������������perhaps Hie in list chariuii'j! of all. One  flashes, sleeplessness, irritability-aud de  spondency .originate, from this 'source.  L\-perio������������������me shows that these troubles  vanish just as soon as .the .stomach is  made strong enough to digest the food.  In other words, it needs a tonic.that will  i;o::se it to do the work of changing the  food into nourishment.' The tonic ought  to beone that will fierce "with the most-  delicate stomach, aud" this is exactly  what "Dr. Williams" l.nk Pills do. I.ere  is a bit of strong proof:  "Mks rj!'?ziey'.Macdoii!.].l1 - Tlarbor-ai:-'  Eoi .ho. X. ,__. says: "Dr. Williams'.rink  Pills have done for me what no other  medicine did "or appaicnliy could do.'For  almost Lh roe yea is "I .-'ttffered untold  agony from indigestion. I would ri_e in  the. morning fueling tired and wcrti.oul.  1 lost in weight and wa.s almost reduced  to a shadow, j wils under doctors' treat-''  merit almost constantly, but with no  benefit. One day l'road'the testimonial  of n lady who had boon cured of dyspepsia by 'Dr. William?5 J'ink Pills, and de-  Postmaster Cote Tells How the Great  Canadian Kidney Remedy ' Cured  Him .After Doctors Had Given  Him   Up.  Le PoliI Hois Franc, Temiscouta Co  Que., Jan. 24.���������������������������(Special)���������������������������Mr. Cliarie*  Cote, postmaster here, is firmly convinced that Dodd's Kidney Pills 'will euro  J3right'_ Disease or any other disease of  thu kidneys. Ho knows it from his own  experience.   Hear what he savs:  -For over four years I was troubled  with Backache, Rheumatism' and lack  of ambition, and my urine was of a dart  unnatural color. I was attended by;  three doctors who did me no good. The -  last one told me it was only a.wastc of  money to try anything else as.I could  nol live more than a year at the outside.'  . "At  ihe vorgc of death I decided  to  givo Dodd's Kidney Pills a trial. I used    '  eighteen boxes and to-day my Rheuma- -,  tism, Backache and Headache are gone.   .  My urine is' like that of a child.   I feel-, '  I owe my life to Dodd's Kidney Pills."      '  . Postmaster Cote liad ali the symptom*.'  of. ^right's Disease.     The doctors _vi-   -:  dently know lie had Bright. Disease���������������������������  the most deadly form of Kidney Disease.    Dodd's Kidney  Pills cured  him.  They will cure any form of Kidney dis- ���������������������������  ease.                   -           '. . ���������������������������",   - ,   ���������������������������������������������������������������   SKYSCRAPER LIMITS.  Have  to  We   Reached ' the    Height  Which We May Build.  This question. is asked, in" a1 leading'  editorial, bu the IMuriipical'Journal,and ":  Engineer,  .which,    after - ringing    the v.  changes upon it, apapreatly leaves it'for.������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������,  the future lo answer.",.Says,this paper:   ;  . About   a . decade, ago   the' Americaa^ '-  Surety building, at 10t>. Broadway, New,  York city, twenty, storeys high; eclipsed ''  anything in  the way' of high* buildings*: ?  which had yet been erected, and it wa*���������������������������  popularly believed'tliat it would" not1 be' \  surpassed for years, it ever.*' Since-then?  many other'buildings have cast,this-into '-������������������������������������������������������  the shade;, the Singer building haviugy'*��������������������������� _.   .....  toi ty-onc storey,, and now.theMetropoli-. Av 'Si  tan Life building _s* being rapidly; raised^'"' ���������������������������'^'  ��������������������������� LITTLS  LIVES  LOST ���������������������������  t HOW 70  SAVE THEM. I  *   4  The annual  report, of the   Jlcg- \  istrar-Oeneral   for  Ontario  shows 4  that  for every thousand  children *  born   one    hundred    and    eleven 4  die before thev    reach the age of f  one  year.    Most  of  these  deaths ^  are due to disorders of     tho sto- J  mach   and   bowels,   and   most   of T  these little  lives could    be saved |  if mothers kept always at    hand f  a  safe   and  simple   remedy    like I  Baby'* Own Tablets.     These Tab- I  lets cure  all  frlomadi  and  bowel J  troubles,    but   better still  an  oc- I  casional dose will prevent      these f  troubles coming on. Mrs. N. Shaf- X  fer, The  Brook,  Ont., says:      "I ���������������������������  have used Bnl>y|s Own Tablets for J  stomach and bowel troubles and  alwayn find them satisfactory. I  feel that my little ones are safe  so long as I have this medicine  in the house." Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medi-  ciuc Co., Brockvilh. Ont.  Oil  L______  theui���������������������������Thoxj"ii_t���������������������������two=or-=-  lliree bo::o- I look did not show any apparent relief, and I began lo fear the  medicine would not help mc. hut as I  had bought a half dozen boxes ] decided  that I would use thorn uj. anyway.  To my joy, before they were all tnod'l  began to improve, and I got throe boxes  more. J5y I lie time I finished these \  sva* again in the best of health, and had  gained 1^ pounds in weight. I have not  'iinee had a twinge of (hi.s terrible trott-  blc'and am more grateful "than words  can s.iy for what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  have done for inc."  Vou can get Dv. Wi I in ms' i'iitk" Pills  ft nui any medicine de'tlor. or by mail a I.  -IO ecu Is a box or six boxc.-. for $-_..f.O,  from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.  lirncltviKo. 0:r..  A  Work.  muse:  ������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������"���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������  Sunday.  The Sabbath day i., Sun.  When work mu&l not  be done.  Monday.  Moil's far to clo.-u lo Sun.  for la bo/.  Kortt on Moa.  Tm.day.  "Midv.eek   work's   best,"   T  Not quite midweek is Tues.  Wednesday.  My  vita!  force  it  deadens  Somehow to toil ou  Wedues.  Thursday.  At breakfast time on Thui'a.  "Let's .start on Fri," one purrs,  Friday.  The clay of fasting's Fri,  From   toil   a   faster  1.  .Saturday.  Few work, ma-'t plav oii'Salttr.  Myself,  I do  the latter.  Sunday.  Once more we come to Sun.,  ,     And my week's work is done!  ���������������������������Oxford University l_is.  <t������������������ ������������������������������������������������������   Gleam of Hope.  Orville Arclup���������������������������- Ah, hero comes that infernal bill (..Hector!  Caller .(producing folded document with  alacrity)���������������������������I am glad to hear you say so,  Mr. Ardup, 1 have been hero, niue times  without having been a collector, you  know.  mgs, two". 2-3-storey buildings, * four-__-- --���������������������������  storey buildings and nine 20-storey buihK: T, .'v-'l  mgs. Of buildings'"having" between'' 10'-'/'/''>M  and 20 storeys there are,now in'th'e'citjv/'V^vl  516. .".Several ouestions'.sujises't-them-'"' ���������������������������/'''������������������������������������������������������it  selves wuh reference to this piling'up 6i''--7'';'-'*]  storey upon storey.. Is there a limit to'-'1 r"5*1  the height which such'.structures'can be"-,  carried? .What will be-theeffect upon i'  health; light,-noise aud, many other-feat- ''  urea of .city, life shouid'all'buildirigs'be '���������������������������  raised to a' height of even .20. storeys,".'-,  thus making of every str'eet'a canon?r. - -.  "Possibly oven more important is the". -:  .(juesiion as to fire risk involved iu'such' ���������������������������  construction. . Wo are (old bv the advo->  cates of these buildings that thev are"'  more nearly fireproof than" anv others- -  ni the city, and they are able' to cite.'-"  instances to'back their claims.' But,:-1';  should a fire gain anv headway iu-the" '  upper floors of-such a building, how - Is .  it possible to reach it with any consider- .-'  able volume of water, more' than caii" '  be contained iu small'roof tanks loeat-'.'"'  ed on the buildings themselves? And in '���������������������������  a street lined with such buildings, hi*. "  which fires arc raging practically uiire- -  stricled in the top hundred feet or so' '  _mihl__i)ot__lhi^failii:g^glnS^aild^otht.1__=  debris make it impossible for firom.11  lo remain in the street below.to fight  the fiiimes even in the lower storeys? '  Continuous rows of ���������������������������''sky-scranyrs"- wiW  present conditions which are absent  while Ihcy are widely scattered."   ���������������������������-���������������������������*������������������   He Wanted  Rever.g..  Johnny astonished the family in the  country one day by announcing that hu  wanted "lo go home. "  "What's that?" demanded hi.  father. ���������������������������  "Want to go home?''  "Yep." maintained the boy.  '���������������������������Well, that's vc-iy" tunny. It wasn't  two days aj,o that you weio begging it-  to >lay up on tlii-'farm until October.  Are you  aide?''  "-Nope."  "flol  the  blue,?''  "Xope."  '���������������������������Toothache?"  "Nope."  "Mad hi'cair-o your mother won't let  von go .swininiiiii:':"  "Xope."  "Ah! J 'think 1 understand." said hi;  father with a chuckle. "I happened, to  hear you .saving that farmer', boy yesterday out back of the bam. acd J aUu  happened to .see him flop you on your  back.   J)id it hint  much?''  "X-nopo."  ''Well, cheer up. my boy.   Wo al] have     ,  our ii|. and downs in thi? world." What  good would it do you to ������������������o home?*'  "if  I   wore  only  homo,  pap.'' .replied  the  boy  with a   longing sigh. "T could >  knock tho st tiffin' ou't or' Sammv Green,  and   thi-i   I'd   feel   better.  Juuuaiy Bohemian.   ���������������������������-���������������������������"*   ��������������������������� v  rom   tho  to see  m v  The Stern  Parent.  Father���������������������������Well, sir, what can I do for  you?  Suitor���������������������������Why���������������������������er t called, sir,  if ���������������������������cr���������������������������you would give 'assent lo  marriage to your daughter.  Father (angrily)���������������������������Not a cent, sir. Not  a cent! Good day.���������������������������Tit-Hits.   ������������������������������������������������������ ������������������ ������������������ ������������������������������������������������������  It. doesn't take a strong num to  break a promise.  it'generally, lakes"it woman (0 .mend  a man's wavs. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  xx:  ���������������������������xx  :xx  NEWS IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN AND DISTRICT  xx:  3__X_X  X  Two months more and then we  celebrate���������������������������yes, no?  Sam McGuire is building; an  addition to his Salmon Arm store  as large as the main building.  H. Byrnes is erecting a handsome residence for L. Proctor on  his ranch property north of Enderby.  W. T. Holtby placed a carload  of new furniture in stock.this  week, and A. Fulton a carload of  hardware.  Mr. Battey, the well known  piano man, has bought a home at  Vernon and will move from Vancouver in a few weeks.  The Semi-weekly Okanagan  has come back to an 8-page  weekly, which is well enough.  This gives Vernon two of the best  weeklies in the interior.  They are doing some clearing  about Salmon Arm. A shipment  of powder arrived last week and  in one day the farmers brought  $3000 in cash to the powder house  and exchanged it for explosives.-  Classified   Ads  Under this head, 3c. word first insertion; lc each  subsequent insertion.  WANTED���������������������������Team of general purpose  mares; weight, about 2400 lbs. Must  be well broken. P. Ahier, Mara, B.C.  LOST���������������������������Brooch, set with amethysts and  pearls. Suitable reward paid if left  at The Walker Press, Enderby.  FOR SALE: CHEAP���������������������������One-horse tread  power complete; almost new. W.H.  'Hutchison, Enderby.  SEEDS and spraying material ordered  by the members of the Enderby Exchange now on hand. Members will  please call Saturday afternoon at the  .   Exchange building.   C. E. Strickland  Eggs for Hatching  From prize-winning S. C. Brown Leghorns. Cockerel or pullet matings.  $2.50 per 13. First Enderby cockerel  and some nice pullets for sale.  HENRY BRISTOW  Summerland' .     > B. C.  for  Hatch-  ing. S. C. Black Minorca. The Great  WINTER LAYERS. Exhibition Pen,  $3 for 13 eggs: laying strain, $2 for 13.  Call and see our stock.  G. H. SMEDLEY  Er.derbv. Orders taken NOW.  John S_  Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Cement Blocks and Exshaw Portland Cement on hand���������������������������the best  on the market, All  kinds_of_  cement work and masonry  promptly attended to.  Arrangements are being made  to have Miss Lena Duthie, - the  celebrated Scottish Soprano, appear at Enderby at an early date.  We hope to announce something  definite next week.  J. C. Bolander writes from  New Denver that he will have a  pen of thoroughbreds at our poultry show next winter. Send 'em  along, J. C., and here's hoping  they carry off the big prize.  Pauline, an Indian woman, was  taken before Police Magistrate  Rosoman on Tuesday, charged  with being intoxicated. She was  fined $25 and costs. Unable to  raise the amount of the fine, she  wasNsent to Kamloops goal for a  month.  Dr. Keith made a hurry-up call  to the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.  E. Waby last Friday night, and  when he came away they were  the happy parents of another boy.  Tuesday morning the doctor paid  a similar visit to the home of Mr.  and Mrs. W. T. Holtby, and Billy  thinks a boy is just the nicest  little thing that ever happened.  About the most gratifying  thing to witness in this life is the  work of a man who is onto his  job. When W. J. Wilson took  hold of the Harvey & Dobson  winding up proceedings he had  some hard work cut out for him;  but the smoothness with which  he has done his work, and the  splendid results achieved, demonstrate what a mighty power there  is behind the knowing how. Mr.  Wilson has made many friends  during his brief stay, and.he has  made money for the creditors, too.  Returning to Vancouver  Having disposed of the entire  stock,, fixtures and property of  the Harvey & Dobson estate, I  shall return to Vancouver in a  few days. The book accounts  still unpaid will be taken to Vancouver and placed in our solicitor's hands. Anyone knowing  themselves to be indebted to the  estate are requested to make  settlement before I leave.  W.'J. Wilson,  Acting for  tho Inspectors  Appreciated  While I may not, at this time,  be permitted to give the name  of the person who has purchased  the Harvey & Dobson stock and  property, I will say this much:  The deal is closed, and it but remains for the details to be worked  out. In leaving Enderby, I wish  to thank you, one and all, for the  kindness and patience you have  shown me personally as well as  _liejii_en_an_d__jw.Qm_en__vV.ho_.have.  been assisting me.  W. J. Wilson.  In the Westward Ho! for March  there appears a write-up of Salmon Arm. The municipality, in  recognition of the honor, subscribed for 500 copies of the  number and the people of the  district subscribed for another  half thousand. There's ' 'some  quality" to that!  A variety entertainment will  be given in the K. P. Hall on  Monday, April 12th, by the ladies  of St. George's Guild in aid of  the fund to erect a Parish Room  in connection with the English  Church. A short theatrical act,  entitled "Sugar and Cream," vocal and instrumental music, concluding with "Mrs. Jarley's  Waxworks," will be the order of  the program.  Watch Enderby grow !  mmmm,?*cwc*\mjmnzm  PHYSICIAN GIVES ADVICE  Tells  "Why  So  Many Suffer from  Catarrh and Rheumatism.  A distinguished physician, famous  for his successful treatment of  catarrh and rheumatism, kidney and  bladder troubles, states as follows:���������������������������  "Our climate being more or less  damp and changeable, is bad for  catarrh and rheumatism, and care  must be taken not to let these  troubles gain headway. In addition,  he states that a great many Canadians are careless in their habits,  and to this as much as climatic conditions is due a great deal of the  trouble. Insufficient clothing and  improper eating will cause rheumatic  aud catarrhal troublos in any climate.  This eminent authority gives t_������������������  following as the simplest and belt  treatment known to. science, and to  it he gives credit largely for his  success: Fluid Extract Cascara, %  oz.. Fluid Extract Carriana Compound, 1- oz.; Compound Syrup Sar-  saparilla, 6 oz. Directions: One ta������������������-  poonful after each meal and at bedtime.  The ingredients arc all vegetable,  and have a direct and specific action  on the liver, kidneys and bowels,  eliminating all poisonous matter  from the system. Any druggist can  dispense this, or you can buy the  ingredients separately and mix at  home by shaking in a bottle.  Many of our readers should benefit  by this article.   Save the recipe.  T. & W. Pound  .    Importers and Breeders  of Black & Buff Orping- ������������������  tons. Our breeding pens  are now mated up and  We have a limited number of eggs  for setting purposes.    Fertility  guaranteed.  Bred to LAY  WHITE WYANDOTTES !  Strength, Vigor, and Productiveness, combined  -with^S tandard-_reedin.?-r==^Eg_sr$2-per setting  $7 per 100.      Fine young1 stock for salo.  SPENCER    PERCIVAL  Svr.nyside Ranch Ponder Island, B. C.  FIRST  QUALITY  "ONLY  EGAW  Departmental Stores  VERNON,   B. C.  AND  PRICES  RIGHT  tnin*T-ui._  _,���������������������������___ im njyrift jm ww _____ v_Mit__0wna  ATS a���������������������������d CANOES  There is no reason why you should not have a boat or canoe. We can give you Peterborough  canoes, row-boats and skiffs at very low prices. Splendid 1909 models to choose from.  Write for particulars.  Handsome Models of Canoes, Skiffs and Row-Boats  Our carload of boats and canoes will arrive soon. Boats of graceful lines: and strength of  construction and handsome finish will be a feature of this shipment.   Get your order in now.  Tell us just what you want and we will give you prices and particulars.  Remember, we deliver at Enderby.    You pay no freight.  Painted 'Canoes, $35 to $50 Varnished Canoes, $45 to $75  " Canoe Skiffs, $50-$70 Varnished Boats,$60 to$100  Large Stock of Paddles, Oars and Boat Supplies  Launch Engines and Supplies of all kinds,  pS5l^Sl&  Easter  Cards  and Postals  A very handsome line just  opened. All the latest novelties, and the choicest in each.  Nothing old; nothing but what  you would be pleased to receive  or send to your friends. Call  and see them.   All prices.  Enderby Drug &  Stationery Co.  Furniture  CARPETS  VELVET  .   BRUSSELS  TAPESTRY    WOOL  UNION SQUARES  Linoleum  INLAID PRINTED  FLOOR OILS  Japanese Matting  PARLOR MATS  DOOR MATS  Wall Paper  Window Shades  Window Fixtures  Iron Beds  Springs, Mattresses, Cots, Cribs  Call and see the above lines before you purchase elsewhere. My prices are the lowest  possible for first-class Roods.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  Estate of Harvey & Dobson  THIS store will  remain closed  until opened by the  new proprietor. A  sale has been made  of the entire stock,  fixtures and property. Further announcement will be  reserved until next  week.  W. J. WILSON, Manager  Tenders  Tenders will be received up till Wed.,  March 31st, for the building of an open  hay barn, 78x26ft, at Stepney siding;  all material will be supplied on the  ground: work to commence immediately.  Specifications can be seen at Enderby  Press office. The lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted.  I HAVE placed my entire stock  of electric lamps and supplies  in A. FULTON'S hardware store  and am now prepared to devote  my entire time to electrical work  and installing. Orders, large or  small, promptly attended to.  Estimates cheerfully furnished.  F.  V. MOFFET  Enderby  WANTED at Mara, a grocery and general .tor.  with boarding: house or small hotel accommodations.   Address Chas. W. Little, Mara, B. C.  Sealed Tenders  In the matter of the estate of Harvey & Dobson,  General Merchants, of Enderby.  T HAVE been instructed  to sell by tender the  x   following assets of the above Estate.  Lot 1. Comprising Stock and Fixtures, amounting to about $.7,000.00.  Lot '������������������. Real Estate and Buildings, situated in  the town of Endorby in the property where the  business was carried on.  Sealed tenders, (to be superscribed, "Tenders  re Harvey & Dobson") for the above will be received up till noon of Thursday, the first day of  April. 1909:  Tenders must be accompanied by a marked  cheque for $500.00.  Cheques from unsuccessful bidders will be returned.  The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  For particulars, apply to the undersigned, or to  W. J. Wilson, on the premises at Enderby.'  J. E. CHAMBERS, Assignee.  347 Pender St.. Vancouver, B. C.  Strayed���������������������������To my place two  months ago; Bay horse; 2 years  old; no brand. Owner can have  same by paying expenses.  Alexander, Enderby Reserve

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