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 fb  i "i  V, '  *-'-<v -���������������������������>  Enderby, B. C,  February 2, 1911  A N D -'  W A L'K'E-R VS ������������������   WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No. 49; Whole No. 153  "M< i  o7"- - '��������������������������� * ~*  The Town and: District   ,  and the Moving of the People  Born���������������������������At   Enderby,    Jan.   30th, to'  Mr. and Mrs. Renwick, a son.  There is said    to   he more snow in  , t  the mountains   this    year   than   has  been recorded for years.      ,  . Do not   forget   the meeting of the  Hospital Auxiliary   at the City Hall  1 this (Thursday) afternoon at 3.  . Chas.-Twigg, formerly of New Den-  , ver, is now state.entomologist of the  Kansas Agricultural Department.    ' ,  '/The Presbyterian*   congregation he-  gin' regular morning and evening service in Enderby   next Sabbath, Feb.  . 5th.  Armstrong "curlers are'getting up a  local   spiel   for   Friday,-  and- have  _ asked Enderby   and Vernon rinks to  participate!.   ��������������������������� ....  - Wise buyers are now picking up "the  properties of" the-district".which they-  , know can be ' developed into - paying  propositions. J .V  ���������������������������.   -Jn-r. . and   Mrs.   J.    C.   Bogart are  recent arrivals , from, North Dakota".  They are -visiting their children, Mr..  and*Mrs'. ;J:-E.'-Bogart -and   family!  Five'small   "debts cases were "heard  before Magistrate*'Graham Rosoman,  r> last    Saturday',    and , in   each'  case  judgment for  given.  played by   them   they lost only four,  and all    of  -these   were finals.   They  made a    record   in   the   bonspiel by  winning ten   straight games.   In( the  semi-finals it   looked as if they were  going-to make a.  clean sweep of the  cups,,but   they   were unfortunate in  the draws for   the finals, and had to.  play - the   fresh   bye-rink after-' they  had been steadily   on   the ice nearly  20 hours.   The rink was composed of  F. Prince, lead; E.'. J. .Mack, '2ndfE.  T, ..    Tr .        ���������������������������   , Evans,, 3rd; P. Murphy, skip.   Thirty  If the Vernon Curling Club members t,���������������������������n ���������������������������j���������������������������r.��������������������������� ,.. ���������������������������,.���������������������������'    '*���������������������������.. a ���������������������������    j.i'   --      ������������������  ,   . ���������������������������    ,        6 ,two rinks were entered in the events.,  could hear all the good things said j  about them for the able management  of the bonspiel last week, they would  The new schedule oh the Enderby.  curling rinks- is now being played.  The standing of the rinks will be  given next week. A meeting of the  Curling Club will be held this evening at the City Hall, 7:30 sharp, to  pass -upon bills -and order the disposition of the funds of the club.  Interesting Measures Making into -Q^pg^  Law at;the Provincial Parliaments  no doubt feel richly repaid for all the  hard work put by them into making  the affair a success. Every Enderby  player and' visitor is extravagant in  showering upon them bouquets. ���������������������������  Writing from Stewart, B. C, C. W.  Lake says:"There is pretty good wih-  .t'erj/weather up here:-lots of snow and  P1,11.  clear Vweather! 'ranging about zero;  sometimes .5 to - 8'below., j; More w_ind'  than in the Enderby'country^'   Indications point   to -a-busy summer'in;  mining and railroad    work.   But fo^  general weather,    give me the.North'  Okanagan every time."-"  Tbe ice was perfect and weather conditions all, that could be asked. *^The  whole affair "'was admirably handled,  and .there was not a word "of complaint from any source.-'A few,of the  members' of the Vernon rink tendered  Mr. Murphy 'a; pleasing token of their  recognition ,of the true "sportsmanship  displayed by him and his hard-worked  rink, in the"shape of'a valuable stick-  .TWOFINE BUYS  ] Herbert - T.- Twigg   this week-purchased the "fine " Mbtir farm, .north of  Enderby .on' the ' Grindrod road, 'and"  i J.- J..C.-i.Twigg, purchased-. 16' .acres  /,- ^   fronting - on  -Mara", lake"; "'owned by  '.���������������������������' The- Farmers'*' Institute .meeting'*at f Norris '& Little."' -? MrY"H.';T.' "Twigg  Mara last week, at which,the Govern-jis one oJf,--the' 'best-known, surveyors  ment ' fruit," experts gave a pruning land-draughtmen in'the province, and  demonstration at .Chas. W.-Little's,!for years/was'a conspicuous figure in  lEldernell orchard, and in the evening 'tne .development, of the Slocan. Mr.  plaintiff with costs was   speeches   on    various     fruit-growingJ TwifS desired -a first-class fruit and  subjects; was"very successful, arid .the :mixe'd, farming   proposition "for, him-  members ��������������������������� were complimented on hav-'seIf and-brother, and is very pleased  '   The" Northern ��������������������������� Okanagan Farmers  -Institute has decided to erect a pow-  tag so many in attendance.   Seventy ,'with    his   Purchase.  Mr.  ���������������������������cer house at the Grindrod bridge, 0n'Persons attended the afternoon dem->Twi������������������������������������   has   been"   farming  J.  .on  J. C.  Lulu  the property, of the Secretary, G."  Ilandcock.  is - exhibiting   the  cups, etc., won by  Thos. Pound  .handsome shield,  him in7the recent poultry shows, and  the whole makes an exhibit that one  might be proud ot.  H. W. Harvey sold for J. N. Grant,  ^Uiis-u'eck^his-ten^acre^home^nb^  onstration,   and    30 the evening.lee- j1?13-11'1 for 21 years, and came hereto  tures.     . ->* - c ,    jlook for-a pretty place to retire on,  . ���������������������������     ' - , I and in   his   Mara   lake buy he found  The children at school were being ; what he was looking for.  drilled in their lesson on literature, J "It would appear that outsiders are  and the subject of poets was under ' beginning to know what' we have be-  discussion. The names of Burns, ;tween Enderby and Mara lake better  Byron, Scott, Longfellow and Shake-! than many of the people who have  speare had been mentionedL andjhe lived in the _VaIley,,for_years.^  desired���������������������������to:  town, to Jas. Scott, a late arrival.  The price paid was $200 an acre, including improvements.   -  The Dutch weather prophet who  had seen "tousands an' tousands of  Januarys an' never saw a January  mitout a January t'aw" died at  least one January too soon.  "A1 Valentine "Social by the Willing  Workers will be held in- St. George's  Parish Hall, in thc evening if Feb.14.  Games and other amusements. Admission, 25c; refreshments free.  Mr. and Mrs. H N, Hendrickson returned to Enderby on Saturday, after  a visit of many weeks in the middle  states. Mrs. Hendrickson has fully  recovered her health, and is pleased  to return to her Enderby home,  If any reader is still clinging to the  belief of the pessimist as regards to  the development-of the Enderby District, he should put his glasses on  and read the advertisement of Chas.  W. Little in this issue of the Press.  Mr. A. E. Taylor, local manager of  the Bank of Montreal, and Miss L.  Nicholson, of Ottawa, were married  last Friday at Revelstoke, and are  now enjoying a trip to the coast  cities. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are expected home this week.  "Miss Dut-hie has a splendid voice.  It is rich and full, and so ductile in  its quality that it 'curls round tbe  notes of Scotch and Irish minstrelsy  like a mountain stream round  smoothest boulders." ��������������������������� The World.  Vancouver.  These are straws which it will pay  property seekers to take note of.  LENA DUTHIE TO-NIGHT  learn how much  the boys   and   girls knew about the  present-day poets.   "Who can name a  poet now   living?"   she asked.   In a  moment a bright lad raised his hand.  "Name one,"    said the teacher.   All      This illimitable interpreter of Scot  eyes were directed upon the bright'lad jtish and Irish folksonSs and stories,,  and, "S. Poison," he ejaculated.   The|assisted by Miss Margaret Daniel at  look of   assurance   that   spread o'er|the piano' wiI1 be heord at K- of p-  his face left no, room _f or-doubt as-to <Ha1-- to:ni2ht- -This is an entertain  Victoria, B. CM Jan. ':��������������������������� 31.���������������������������A distinct advance in practical social reform legislation is illustrated in the  bill awaiting introduction . in; the  Provincial Legislature by Mr. Frank  Mackenzie, the successor of doughty  John Oliver in . the .representation of  the Delta District, and which bears  thereto.-a certain extent,- self-explana-'  tory title of. Van act, respecting^ habit  forming'drugs." ' The bill" is by nature of its contents a public measure,  arid it is with the-, consent of the  Government'. that\ the '.Delta's representative has "brought it forward���������������������������  which is ,an assurance that-it will  find place on the "statute book,of 1911  '~Iri a word, Mr." Mackenzie, proposes,;  lands he_ has, behind' him' the B/c:  Pharmaceutical Association in so do-'  ing,1 to, make'it an illegal'act for any  "druggist to sell, ,except on a" qualified -  physician's' '^-prescription,'-"'- cocaine,"  morphia," 0r any.of'their,"derivitives,  either in" the original form ,or"'as" ingredients of any ointment, ��������������������������� toothache  drop, catarrhal powder, or-otherwise.  I The passage of this "measure must "in  evitably ..cut . off-": a ^very -'co'nsUlerable  revenue' heretofore,enjoyed"', by:"a cla'ss  of. druggists in this"province'- as elsewhere, more alive to' the' opportunities, of gain than to-the observance  of the ethics of the profession or to  vigilantly-safeguarding the welfare of  the community." -[        -    '    "   , '  That Mr. . Mackenzie . is ��������������������������� hi -nself a  druggist and a,'chemist, and that he  is acting in this matter'with' 'the full  approval of - the. Association and' in  their behalf,  makes the' introduction  of this   legislation,   so - evidently in  the public good, especially significant.  So far   as    known  -the legislation  offered is in   advance of that on the  subject���������������������������or   in >the   direction of the  abatement of habits that, are "a curse  to^the^cdmmumty   as well as to the  unfortunates    contracting '  them���������������������������at  present   appearing   on'   the   statute  book of any   other   of the Canadian  tied with description as a real debate:  and that complimentary. and" face-  tious rather than controversial^ >���������������������������"<-'*���������������������������*,  ���������������������������M  THE UNPOPULAR VIEW-  -. Discussing the reciprocity agreemeh't'������������������if".';.'^->L  a citizen*says: "I feel that Canadian^ V^S'.ll  producers   of ^foodstuffs cannot1 com;*������������������<":������������������������������������$ ;l  '.���������������������������������������������';  plain .reasonably of the larger ��������������������������� 'market,.,f (���������������������������"���������������������������"������������������'"/--"tfi  being opened ' to " them. It'fis ���������������������������true.",';'^-*^'  fruit from? the'other side wi'.rbe/ad--\--";;7.;%&\  mitted- to. the Canadian .market" free","'':".-v ."������������������������������������������������������-';'���������������������������>]  and thus .will; come into' competition-'" "'" !  with British-Coiumbia.fruit.'- Butr'the:;  fruit growers .-of .'B.' C., will have������������������������������������������������������[.the''=,-���������������������������;r^pW-r  same privileges in the' larger market-,-; ;J\������������������������������������|  of the States. -And:the market/there,''-'f; 'i^l  owing "to 'the older" Wn/r^stronger.sor-^v*Vii',-.t,fd  Uv>'v-'rl  'rVs'-r'."'.-.  ganizations of, the,growers, 'is.higheryT':--^:^,-i  priced , than ;.-our (- hqm'e^'marketj^jpyrr^^wC  ticularly, .in^i'the 7 product^for. -whichi^''iW^|  this"-.p~rovince . is \ now:*justly famed^r^;^h5������������������i'  late. winter /apples./.",'T,he - real ^ques-V'-v^-:^  +iv,r. js not so much" op^,of duty 'for''''"-^-'^  :*;*it ii   tion  our B.  ���������������������������is, more a."  growers. ,1^ 4iB, uiuie ���������������������������������������������>,% M-'-'aif  question'-, of,  quality>\a'nd suppiy:";.if?"-*,������������������$$*'  ^������������������ *    i_j     .... * . "...{Oy^1  as has "'been   demonstrated  ply.. The,best .on' the market isfal^C'  ways in demand,-and.the price;highTf*'-  If we had. enough: of "'the/best on,the;,-,,  market, we "should-,control.t'ne mar-^7''*  ket, no matter where it "be.- ^And'-'thef"'  opening of the American markets, in '.**  addition, to, our own, should place"-  our fruit growers on a better basis'..; "  than they-' were   before, "   ���������������������������  ���������������������������- -,  '.  ':���������������������������'!!  -CURLING SCHEDULE'  Thursday, ' Feb. ' 2���������������������������Taylor   &>  Joe  ice.,  tho correctness of his guess,  The work done by the Enderby  Board of Trade since its organization  has resulted in very great advantage  to Enderby and district; and the returns have already been in excess of  what might be expected in view of  the little financial assistance which  has been given    to   the Board.   The  opening spring will witness many!for the City Hall, fifteen cords of  more results of the work already! same to be green and five cords'dry.  done, and if the City appropriates a JA.1I wood must be sound fir, four feet  reasonable amount   of money for the 'long, and split; round sticks will not  mejit quite unique and altogether en-  "oyable, bubbling over with quiet fun  and with an abundance of the best  music of the Scottish and Irish people.  CITY OF ENDERBY  Supply of   Cord wood   for City Hall.  TENDER'S   are   hereby invited for  the supply of  twenty   cords of wood  use of the Board in working out the  publicity campaign planned for 1911,  there is good reason to believe that  Enderby District will rapidly take a  leading place in the rank of Okanagan cities.  The last rink to return from Vernon last week was that of P. Murphy  and the last of them returned Satin-  day evening. F. Prince was the cup-  hearer, and placed the handsome Okanagan cup on exhibition at A. Reeves  drug store. It is up to the rinks of  Mr. Bell and Mr. Murphy to play off  the final for this cup. It was the.  only piece of silverware the boys  could get a handle upon, though  Murphy's rink was in the finals for  every cup.      Out   of   the   18 games  be accepted. Must be delivered and  piled where directed.  Tenders to be sealed, marked on  the outside "Cordwood,," and to  reach the undersigned not later than  7:30 p. m, on Monday, February 6th,  1911.  The lowest or any tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  By order of the Council.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,   City Clerk,  City Hall, Jan. 26th, 1911.  For Sale���������������������������A few British Columbia  homesteads of 160 acres'each at $7.50  per acre. One dollar per acre cash,  balance over three years. Here is  your opportunity���������������������������write at once for  full-particulars to P. O. Box 1756,  Vancouver,  provinces or any of the .states of the  Union.  The bill as it will be introduced  during the course of the coming week  carries penalties in fines of from $10  to-S100 for each offence,-or in-alternative, imprisonment not exceeding  three months with hard labor.  The week that has just ended and  thc week now started will offer striking contrast in the character of the  proceedings 'of the Provincial Parliament���������������������������the sessions of the week  now ended having been devoted  strictly to businesslike -advancement  of the public measures, with but few  spasmodic excursions into the realm  of oratorical debate, while the week  now commencing promises to he a  succession of field days in which all  of the prize debaters of thc House  will find abundant opportunity to  bask in the spotlfght of publicity.  Of the week's accomplishments, the  University Endowment Act amendment bill; the Automobile Traffic  Regulation bill; the bill assuring sanitation in railroad construction, logging and similar camps, sawmills,  etc; the Public Service Act amendment bill; the Tramway Act'amending legislation; and the bill creating  and providing for the systematic development of the Strathcona Provincial Park, have all progressed with  very little perfunctory opposition, to  their final stages; only one���������������������������and. the  last���������������������������in this list of government meas.  ures producing what might be di^ai  Evans, 1 ice; Keith & ^Murphy, 2  Friday, Feb. 3���������������������������Bell.& Jas.' Evans,  ice 1; Taylor & Graham, ice 2.       "   -  Saturday, Feb. 4���������������������������Keith & Fulton,'  ice-l,^Jasf=Evans-&-Murphy7=ice=2;  Monday, Feb. 6���������������������������Bell & Graham, ice  1; Reeves & Joe Evans, ice 2.  Tuesday,     7th���������������������������Keith   &   Hancock,  ice 1; Taylor & Jas. Evans, ice 2.  Wednesday,     Feb.     8���������������������������Murphy     &  Reeves, 1 ice; Bell & Fulton, 2 ice.   ,  Thursday,    9fch���������������������������Graham & Fulton,  1 ice; Keith & Joe Evans, 2 ice.  _ Friday,    10th���������������������������Taylor _&���������������������������Hancock,-.  1 ice.  We wish to call particular attention to tho advertisement of A. Fulton, in this issue of the Press. No������������������  because he is advertising separators,  or, for that matter hardware, but because of the excellence of the advertisement itself. Like Topsey, we just  "growed up" in the printing business  and have done some stunts in ad-  writing ourselves, at times. But  never have we had the pleasure of  reading a more convincing advertisement than that written by Mr. Fulton himself. It has been said that  Post, the Battle Creek millionaire of  Postum fame, owes his great success  to his personally written ads. He  has ' had pr'ofessional ad-writers do  work for him, it is true, but none of  them have been able to hold a candle  to Post himself. You see, the man  Post knows his goods, and is absolutely sincere in what he says of  them. There is the same ring to the  ad written by Mr. Fulton. If you  want to know what a real live, selling ad looks like, read it.  For   Sale���������������������������A new   Williams sewing  machine,    in   good    order.   Will   sell  j cheap   for   cash.   City   Bakery, Cliff  I street, ENDERBY  .PRESS AND  WALKER'S WEEKLY
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of Xi'rviline in some swec-ronod vat or.
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CJlUl'Of   choir  is  one  of  Cupid's
most   happy   hunting    grounds,"
aihrrns   a   tonur   who   sings  in   a
fashionable  London  church.
"[ believe that; if statistics were
obtainable on tho subject it would be
found that ot' single people who join
"eh'.ii'ch choirs a larger proportion get
married within a year than amoiijr an
equal number of young people-, lliat
might be selected anywhere el>e. Singing, even if about things celestial, sets
the deepest of a"! emotions going, and
hearts chord with each other just as
voices) do.
"It' liie singer doesn't discover" an
affinity in a follow-siuger it is pretty
.apt to be found in the congregation. Ji'
"a v/oman has a sweet voice, a face to
match, and a figure to go -with thc- other
two attraction-, she has the best possible opportunity *or displaying then
as anyone can understand; and the sain-
principle- applies- to a handsome man.'
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scuomef ;     ���������" we oon t Keen n.     nnuuu-u iut .i.>-
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guml-morning, T
'' Wlillhi   \ oil   ill
me.'     I   wai.t   lo
,-l:asf-������. ' '  he  sai I.
Hie  acciimpai.il
II.��������� we
" I uar.t
laii.l.' "
'I
books,
shop.''
������������������We
SnUioni.   prr-teiid'iig
,!on "t  care  whel'ne
or   lJussia,"
���������' Bui    this   is   nut
shouted the assistant.
���������'All light,'���������' said
it 'up neatly. Want to have it sent
down lo the hotel. It's a present 1
\\Mi to make to a relative. Put it up
nicely. "
\Ve don 't keep it
a-sistai;t   said:
sir:    this    i-
I "in    not
��������� ��������� We do  not  se
an    ironuioii������er
it
paiticiilar,'"
to   be   deaf,
is hound  in
said
"J
call'
a
bookseller's
i >
Sot hern.   "Wrap
it
shouted the as-
dissatisfied
time   you   are   thoroughly
���������with tlie place it:s yours
* *��������� *
""niiEM   New   York   folks   aren't   as; snthevii 's  face,  and   the   mad,   puzzled
ehair in another part of the ������.nop, al
most overcome with suppressed laugh
ter at the cheerful, frank expression on
T
smart as they pretend tu be," said ��������� ]u0]. im t],.lt of the assistant.
Hiram Husli on his return from the       ..|j0 jt Up {l.s if it were for your own
mother. I don't want anything better
than that,'' said Sot hern. "1 would like
to write my name on the flyleaf."
"Sir!" 'bawled  tlie  assistant at the
top' of   his   voice,   ' ��������� wc   do   not   keep
.-. > >
1
city. "1 saw a sigi: over a store door
that read. 'Cast Iron Sinks.' Well, any
kind of iron will sink, by heck!"
HE nurse was leaving her Jittlo
charge and said to her: "Now
don't be afraid, dear; 1 am takiu
I legs���������is 'highlv desirable, and'if it. can
j be combined with general con formation
| and color, so much the better. Size, to
j a certain extent, may be-sacrificed for
I strength and conformation, but only
within   certain   limits.
If a gentle horse be hitched to a tree
or other immovable object and commanded lo pull, lie will at. first pull all
he can; the s cond lime he will not pull
with quit" so much confidence as-at
lir.-t; while on the third or fourth attempt hi- will pull but little, or perhaps
not at till. To whip and urge him lo
pull would only start in him the habit
of balking, if a horse is overloaded or
so exhausted that he cannot pull the
load, and in this condition is whipped
and urged to go. he will balk; or if ho
starts too quickly and if pulled back
violently and-whipped I'll confused and
excited, the habit of balking is begun.
Thus we see that this habit is purely ac
quired the same as kicking and other
habits for yvhich there can hardly be
any reasonable excuse.
There are fpyv men sufficiently gifted
with the wisdom and patience t& judiciously use the whip. Tho average
driver appears to believe that it is the
accompaniment of a loud voice and
much bluster, while others use it most
freely when angry, thc result of which
is to produce a like irritation in the
horse.
SUnlUlit
"FROiT-A-TiVES" BROUGHT RELIEF
m#yri
boo!
said the actor, quite
���������ivav 'the candle', but''God will stay with , undisturbed at the emotion he was
vou'in the dark." ,   ; creating. "L will wait for it.-"'
' "Nurse." asked the child, " won i
vou please leave the candle and take
bed'.'"
Verv  well,'
ed    a t
 ..,_. "I wil
I'mler the impression that his custom
i-r   was  either  stone-deaf  or   a   lunatic,
! the assistant bounced off to the lower
' end  of the shop and asked his master
from i to   come,   saying:   "I   can   do   nothing
wheu    a; with ihe man.  "t think he must be off
,���������,������������������   ���������.���������,.__.   ..,.        Anything \ his   head."     Whereupon   the   principal
the matter  with  the machine.'"  asked ; marched up to the spot where Sothcm
iiieii.l. i "'i,s  stanuiiiL-  and  asked  very  loudly:
OXLV   his   legs   were   visible
under    the    automobile
friend  sauntered  up
tm- i wv  ..        i    ,,
"Xo, indeed!'' replied the voice irom j -'AS
under the car; "1 just crawled under sire
here to get out of the sun."    ,
fty.Mariers Female PUis
.tNIEEM YEARS THE STANDARD
Pres-i-iiju I    ii-.il    ri-or>m:iU';ulc-l    for   women's
ail-
iie-ii.i. ". -
fort'i. T'ii
pefmxo,:,i".
>'nr:i".il!y ]nr|.:i'vil icmcU of jiroTt-n
r'>������ii!t-. irjin Lheir u-i> ������rt i|iiiok awl
fur -ale nl all itr.iL,' str.io-i.
HIO   real-estate   agent   had   sounded
JL     his praises of the new property to
the prospective buyer; and at the
end  he  said:   "The  death   rate in  this
c-uburb is lower than in any other part
of the country.'''
������������������ 1 believe you," said the prospective
biiver: "1 yvouldii't be found dead here
myself."'
r-    *    -*���������
UttOWX from her luxurious motor-
ear thc fair giil had lain insensible
for  many  hours.    2so\v,  however,
the   operation' was   over,   consciousness
had returned, and she spoke faintly in
the darkened room.
1 'Yvonne.'''.
"Yes,-mademoiselle.'" The maul beut
0Vfcl' ncr- ���������, -r   '    -���������-> t     *
"'Yvonne, tell me: did I or did 1 not
have on my'new silk stockingsV
PHYSICAL   culture.   Father,   is   perfectly  lovely!"  exclaimed an  en-
thasiaslic   voting   girl   just   home
from  college.    "Look!  To develop the
arms  f grasp the rod  by one  end_ and
move it slowlv from right to left."
"Well, well," exclaimed her father:
"what yvon't science discover! If .thai
rod had straw at the other end you'd
be sweeping!''
TIHE  ease  concerned  a will,  and  an
Irishman was a witness.
���������'Was the deceased,"' asked the
lawyer, "in the habit of talking to himself'when he was alone?"
"1 don't know," was the reply.
"'Come,  come,  you  don't  know, a no.
vet you pretend 'that you were intimately acquainted with hiiir?"
'Well, sir," naid Tat dryly. "T never
happened to be with him when he was
alone."
t-    *    *
rprr-i.i..,,,.... _Vi.>r-git-fing-in���������the-dark_cojj.
.LjL"~iier" and kiicw������ that his chance
had come.
Noiselessly he stole up belaud hor aud
before she 'was aware of his presence
he had kissed her.
" How dare yoi
me."'
hat
is  it,
sir'    AVhat  do   vou  de-
. ���������'[ want to buy a file," returned
Sothem quietly���������"a plain file about
four or live in'chc* in  length."
"Certainly." said the'principal, will,
a withering' look at his assistant, and
producing at once the article yvhich had
been asked for.
1 " she shrieked.
���������Tardou    me."   he   bluffed   readily;
I thought vou Were my sister."
She stepped out  into the light. " "i on
idiot.'."  she giggled.  "1   am.:
^^'\^7!
tiA Mil:
Jil'i^
iii
T
r"~\
:2a
:te.
you
Mr. :vttteit scn^j
Dr.!;"*'h*ii h; ;> in
u.*.    ..".o\   *���������������   .*.-.*
d:?ion.    Put him ^\!'i
th-:-.   arid  k;s? \.;|    p
birr,   tb-irc,    by
feechiifc; htm on
BROCK'S
Bird Seed
He'll enjoy It
more, thrive
better  on   it,   look
ill-] conductor of "the'Charing Cross
'bus   pulled   up   his   'bus   at   the
, curb and waited for the women to
!eomc down the ������t:iirs from the top.   All
i-ame   il"\vn   briskly   oxeopt    c .,-    v<'i\
Utniit lady, who had' boon sitting ������i ������^,p
Islie oamo'down  the steep ;u''tl winding
i stair   verv   slowly.     Her   skirt   flapped
around hor ankle- and al every stop .-Ik
-Topped   and   tluust   it   carefully   down.
'he conductor waited  with a bored ex
I pre-sion. hi- hand on the boll-rope. Fin
'|y
'IMrE show of draft horses in"harness
i. is certainly one of the best fair attractions, and may be"made useful
and instructive. Exhibits .of fours.aud
sixes are not only successful drawing
oards at a ticket office and of great in-
i-erost to boxholders. but are object lesions to breeders and teamsters, showing
rhe result, of 'judicious feeding, fitting
ind careful handling.
There might be another class added
which, while not as interesting to box-
holders and casual, visitors, would be
of great value to breeders and men
lireo'tly interested and anxious to know
which ' breed possesses the greatest
strength, most natural energy and longest endurance at hard work. Four or
six horses weighing from 1,000 to 2,000
pounds manipulated by an expert driver
and hauling a'n empty wagon do- not demonstrate thc full ability of those
horses, nor of the breed to which they
belong, A demonstration of yvorking
capacity would be of intrinsic and practical value to men who wish to invest
iu thc most serviceable horses. The vnl
nc- of any race track horse, either trotter, pacer or runner, depends upon hk-
performauce or that of his get. Why
should not the drafter demonstrate his
value by performance in his line? A
=evere public test would go farther in
-cttling the question than all the lA'Ate-
--I"-*-" ���������"":l--'l"i"'."fr- "dvpyt.'spnipi)'s-.nr-
partizan communications ever writteu.
First in such a contest should come
���������lure-bred animals, for the reason that
no animal ean impart qualities which
he does not possess and yvhich do not
belong lo the breed which he represents.
Xextlo pure-breds should come grades,
'.nit with them positive proof of breeding should bo required, so that each
breed might have, due credit. Eegula-
tions safeguarding the interests of all
-houl'l'bn made and- strictly- -enfoiced.
The test should be severe enough to be
������������������on.-'lusive. in order to be nf any value
to men desiring an honest test.
*    ���������������    ������
Ilor-es on farm1? aro so frequently
worked in paii- that it i- very neci".-
-try that thoy should be well matched.
I'.v' thi- is lint meant that tlie team
-liould be clo'-ely alike in color, size and
���������^������������������r.eial apiioarance. It is de-irablo that
'Imy slio,ild bo so, but this is only one
ind   bv   no   means  the  most   important
ion. hi- naiui on me urii-i"i
ie lost   patience when the fat lad\
-topped   for  the  fifth   or  sixth  time  ti
thrust doyvn hor billowing skirt, and in
bur-:  nut angrily: j **"���������'���������   ,',,^"^1,;,,. ., ,i;tir ���������f horses'thai  re
ean n i i ������������������"     ��������� .    ' -       ... ...
���������art
of
the   'Hatching.    It   requires  a
imod    deal   of   skill   and   judgment  to
(IW.
then,   lvdv,   'urry   up
Legs ain't no treat to mo!"
finer
rveeter. The seed itself Is a scientific mixture���������a perfectly balanced
tood for song-birds In this cjimate
*.nd the cake of Brock's Bird Treat in
every package ts a splendid bird tonic.
Give Dick a chance to prove it���������
it our expense. Mail us the coupon
bciov/. filled in, and wcvili send you,
absolutely free, one full size package
of Brock's Bird Seed. 33
NICHOLSON & BROCK
9-11  fruncu Street,   -    Toronto.
For this co'irse-n, r-t*""-;a<nJ.nT!, fr-1
of chart;- or oritgaticr, cr. ir.y fart, or.������
full size nckste of Brock's Bird Seed,
and obli^s.
..���������hie each other in all characteristics
lilioiently to work in harmony, and \\c-
*    *    * j t "nj-i    enmos    first    in    this    connection.
I,'S.    DAI.TOX    had    become    very i style   i-  required  in  the action  of any
thed from shopping, and slipping j (-lass   of   horse,   an.d   a   team,   each   of
on her  kimono,   prepared  herself j ���������.yhieh stand- up to the bit in about the
for a  period of rest.  Her colored  maid   ^une way. is attractive to buyers, and
point   and   an-
r<
NAME	
ADDRESS...
^s*a4M:������:i W Ziflassa ������ Jia-scsi-i %J il
appeared   just   at .this
uouneed- a caller.
"No,  Anne,"  said   Mrs.   Dalton
cannot see her.     Please toll  her to_ ox-
me as  i  am  in  negligee."    When
message was delivered Mrs.  Dalton
heard her "visitor laugh so heartily Hint
it   even   penetrated   to   her   bedroom,
Calling Anno she asked the maid the
cause of the hilarity.
am,
reailv dunno,
'' I   dmi r.o,   ma
answered Anne.
"What did you tell her?" asked Mrs.
Dalton.
"Why I done tole ln>r to please   sense
as vou was naked as a jay."
"KS.   JOHN   WOOD   appeared   with
the   elder   Sothem   in   the.   same
company for several  seasons. On
occasioiin",  while  the  company
pleasing to the man.who drives it.
A team ill-matched in regard to action, strength and staying powers"is a
liberal source of irritation, no matter
how nearly alike in color the horses may
be. .'Proper action���������that is, strong,
clean,  vigorous  movement of  feet and
onr>
was
Costivencss and its Cure���������When the
excretory'organs ri"'use to perform their
function's properly the intestines become
elogLr''d, This is' known as costivencss,
and if neglected gives rise, to dangerous
ooinplications. Pnrmelee's Vegetable
I'illswill ell'ei.'t ii speedy cure. At the
first intimation of this ailment, the sufferer mould procure a packet of the
pill- ami put ni nisei f under a course of
treatment. Tlie sjnnd effects of the pills
will be almost immediately evident.
Don't let the colts and young horses
run  down  on  short  pastures;   it  don't
pay-
Colts should always be kept growing.
Good grooming improves the appearance of a horse and also helps to keep
him healthy.
Style- in draft and road horses means
money every time.
Attend meetings of horsemen, if you
can, particularly if'-good horses arc to
be on exhibition. Learn all you can
about horses and the kind most needed in your part of the country, and then
try to do something to supply that need.
Give tlie horses some carrots 'or potatoes two or three times a week. Some
people call this fussing, but it pays.
Don;t let. fhe breeding mare get down
to- skin and bone, ft 'is bad for he-r and
bad for the colt. Give her extra feed
and care.
Heavy draft teams, hauling heavy-
loads keep in good condition when kept
at -the fast walking gait, and accomplish more than yvlicn trotted part of
the rime.
Collars should not be changed' from
one horse to another any more than you
should change shoes wilh your neighbor.
ti
ilk -w
illicitly  atepe c-tyztha,   cwttt*  cold.t,   benb
&Miims3 o-are
r-i S-'^ir':-',!-
-*/������������������?������,    -  -   ���������    .���������       .   ���������.)   fevbiS1
', ������������������:��������������������������������������������� ��������� ���������..,������.  :���������.      . -iv^><  .-V
. *t.ly i\v* ��������������������������� ���������. *��������� ���������     y* ���������ijw������s3Sw^A������^.- ;
fsaypv."' -^ '���������^ ---^-���������^g'si&aks^-^^**^
DANIEL   SAUNDERS
Shoal hake, Man., June 11 th, 1910
"For years I was hoihered yvith por-
sistont I!>v^pe]v.i.i am.1 Indig-e.siion, liavinjj
severe p tins after meals and I tried every-
lliingth.it I could g-et but thc pain in my
stomach became no better.
A druggist recommended "Fruit-a-
tives." I did not give up any foods I was
ia ill-! habit of eating nor slop smoking���������yet
'���������i'ruit-a-iives" has done yvonders for mo
and I strongly advise all my friendn I*
uso it." "(Signed), Dan:kl Saunders
"I'ruit-a-tives" is sold at 50c a bo.c.
I) for S������M trial size, 2.")c. At dealers or
from  Fruil-a-lives Limited, Oiuwju
A fine- saddle horse was running down.
His teeth were floated, made even, and
in just one month he was plump and
round and sleek.
JOINING LEATHEK TO IRON
TO glue leather to iron, paint tho iroa
with some kind of lead color���������
say white lead and lampbh.clc
When dry, cover yvith a cement made
as follcws: Take the best glue procurable; soak it in cold water till soft;
then dissolve- in vinegar with a moderate heat, and add one-third of its bulk
of white pine turpentine. Thoroughly
mix, and by means of vinegar make it
the proper consistency to be spread with
a brush. Apply the cement while hot;
drayv the leather on or around quickly,
and press into place. In case of a pulley, diaw the leather around tightly as
possible; lay and clamp. \  .
When going away from home, or at
any change of habitat, he is a wise man
yvho numbers among his belongings a
bottle of Dr. -I. D. Kellogg "s Dysentery
Cordial. Change of food and water iii
some strange place where there are no
doctors may bring on an attack of dy
scntery. lie then has a standard remedy at hand 'with which to cope witl-
the disorder, aud'foi'earmed he can sue
cessfullv fight the ailment and snbdw
it.       ""
epeating
D    IN    THE
*#*fel I   '
1     THE
iiotguns
u .   s .   army/
. S. Army authorities know a gun; that
i ���������when they decided to equip some troopa
pcating shotguns, they selected the Win-
r in preference to all other makes. Tho
3 of the U. S. Ordnance Board a*30 know
that's why, after submitting a Winchester Repestingf Shotgun to all sorts of testa, they
pronounced it safe, sure, strong and simple. II
you want a shotgun���������buy the ono whoso
strength and reliability led tho U. S. Army
authorities to select it and tho U. S. Ordnance
Board  to  endorse  it���������that's  tho  Winchester.
RELIABLE     RE PEATE RS
psaggggasEasnaBKMsbiJg^^
It
niruoines mi a wet wasiiciay
With a New Perfection Oil Heater
When clothes can't be hung
outside, and must be dried in a
room or cellar, the Ne\v Perfect:-.t.
Oil Heater quickly does" thc"\vo������: i.
������*i^!Sl!H thc wet clothes, light your Pci.'l:-
tion Oil Heater, open tlie damp.f
top, and the heat rises and quickiy
dries the clothes.
Do not put off washing \o
await a sunny day in order to avoid
mildew. Dry your washing ary
day with hot air from a
Smokeless       _.Jj A
Absolutely smokeless and odorless
It gives just as much heat as you desire. It is safe, ocioriecs
and smokeless.
It has an automatic-locking ilame spreader, which
prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and
is.easy to remove and drop back, so the wick can be quickly
cleaned. Burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, because of a new device in construction, and can always be easily
unscrewed  for rewicking.
An indicator shows the amount of oil in the font. Filler-cap docs not nceJ
to be screwed down, but is put in like a cork in a bottle, and is attached to ths
font by a chain. Finished in japan or nickel, strorg.,ind durable, well-made, built
for service and yet light and ornamental.   It has a cool handle and a damper top.
Dealers Everywhere.   If not at yours, write for descriptive circular
to the nearest agency of the
The Imperial Oil Company,
Limited. _____
m ENDERBY PRESS  AND  TALKER'S  WEEKLY  /  1  \1  to see a straight bar of white line cut  viiig deeply  Uiiuugh  the next wave���������������������������a  ���������������������������mo,   too,   ma.te   of   our   famous   lono  stapled  Sea   Island  cotton,  strong  aim  lough a.s a bar ox .steel wire.   I groane<J  m spirit, for I well know that il would  .:ut through my wrist, even to the bone.  uel'ore there would part one fibre of tin  tough and closely spun cotton cord. Mo  ���������������������������there  was   uo   earihly   chance  of   its  pairing.     This-   [   knew",   and   my   hen it  ctJiiiubC slopped beating as I thought oi  what the \ ery next luw minutes might  ijin/g about.    Die������������������'    Ilea\ens/    t couKI  not die with just a small  line, a mere  cord, between me and fieedoin'.    LSrcak  it   1   would,   even   it'   the   blood   flowed  and   the   liesh   tore  apart.    'J'horoughly  excited, 1 continued to yell at the  top  of my \oice lor Dave, hoping he would  come to my rescue.    Deeper and deepei  grew the water, as the great fish slowly  roreed ine out into the great swash ol  BLOOD.PCESCiVEFVG FROM  CUT FINGER  Serious Condition Relieved by Zam-Eui  Mr. Jas. Davey, 7S6 FAlico Avenue,  Winnipeg, says: "A few months since 1  was cured of a poisoned finger through  Catching a Tiger Shark on the South  Carolina Coast  aJU was  called Spotted Jack, from  the  numerous  splotches  of dark  color that adorned his huge body  from head to  tail.    His size} too-, had  htereascd.from the moderate length of  sixteen feet to  that of forty, as yarn  after yarn would be spun by the excited  fishermen   concerning  the   depredations  aommittcd  by  his  lordship  among  the  fishing   tackle   on   the   reef   and   also  awong the set lines put for his capture.  L sav/- him once, while fishing for red  bass'on  the  shallows.    Jt  was  only  a  glimpse   of   two   huge   fins   protruding  some two feet out of the -water and the  porpeller-like motion of the big tail as  it worked���������������������������forcing the long, dark body  swiftly   across   the   treacherous   shoals  , into~ ihs deep.^ and safer waters of the  ebarinels.  There was no denying it.    He was a  -nuisance and  a  menace  to  the  fishing  interests   of   the   season/  and,   unless  some'means  were  adopted   to  rid  the  beach of his presence, our favorite pastime would be at an end, for this sum-  .   mer   at   least.     Several   attempts   had  been  made to catch him���������������������������big set lines  being used,-baited with full-grown mullets.     But the fishermen  never seemed  to consider his great size and strength,  yr the rigs put out may have been old  ..Kud  rotten.   -Some reason  was  always  advanced   by   way   of   explanation   by  shose whose repeated attempts had al-  - ways  resulted in  complete failure, and  -���������������������������.still-he  lived  and   spread-havoc along  tho ���������������������������'fishing-  grounds.- ' He    invariably  -   game-'off victorious���������������������������each time"leaving  three" or  four  expeusive  rigs'smashed  'at the end of the fight.   It was useles's  "  to-Attempt to laud him with thc- ordinary' line.    Something stronger must be  ased���������������������������a   strong   quarter-inch   line   and  two hundred feet in length. Steel hooks,  too," with chain "leaders to matc'b.  'This  "would be my outfit.   And ['lost no,time  in getting it up.    Big lines they were  -ind   beauties,  but  I  needed  just such  Fourteen or perhaps fifteen feet  In length, he would prove an ugly cus  toiiier, even with the aid of steel and ,  hemp, backed by three strong men and1'   Away out, somewhere in the mysteri  ���������������������������oute���������������������������leaving ns to enjoy our fishing  ���������������������������vithout interruption.  The flood  tide flowed  in  sluggishly,  ;aking a long time to cover the tail ot  :he reef aud  Jill  the slight depression  :hereon; in which we expected to- have  '.be best sport and catch the most 'fish.  'ousequently' we  had  a   long  time  to  ���������������������������va.it���������������������������patiently standing  in   the   chilly  ���������������������������vater at four o'clock in the morning,  with  a  raw   breeze  blowing from  the  ���������������������������outh-easc which  penetrated the inuer-  nost recesses of the* body and caused  me to sigh for the sheltered seclusion  if.' the  ever warm  myrtle thicket and  ���������������������������protected sand dunes of the Point. This  ���������������������������vas a job for which we had "no liking,  md Dave showed signs of weariness as  ae rolled up his liue and yawned, while.  ���������������������������valkiug to his'fishing-box for the ,pur-  >ose ot replacing the bait stolen by the  annoying crabs and small fish.   Another  hour   passed,   and  still   our  lines  rode  straight out'in front of us.    This was  discouraging.    As for me, my legs gave  out and I was tired aud disgusted with  the   monotonous   routine   of   throwing  out  and  winding up again; without  a<  single bite toeneourage me.   Where the  fish had gone to I knew not.  However, the water on the' bar was  not yet deep enough'for bass, and, after  all, we had the whole,day ahead of us  and the best of the tide to fish out. So,  with these - cheering reflections, I retreated to higher ground/' and,', being  somewhat exhausted,- sat" on :my box  and dozed���������������������������lullechby the soothing sound  of rippling, water" that unceasingly  swept in-and as unceasingly retreated,  carrying ' with it- the- annoying little  minnows that viciously nibbled at .my  white toes as they lay- half-submerged  in thc soft sand and shallow water of  ���������������������������thc reef. Pifty. yards away, like n  statue cut. out of ebony, stood Dave,  my faithful-friend and " servant,- with  drooping head and closed eyelids���������������������������himself a victim to the seductive influence  of thc hour and the narcotic effects of  the salt sea air.  me clear of the beloved bottom and so  deprived me of foothold���������������������������my only  means of retarding his seaward pio-  gross.  Turning my head to one side, to avoid  the fearful slap and bullet of an incoming wave, 1 caught sight of ah object  struggling amid the dying spray and  yelling as -only an excited black can  yell. Ah! the sweet- music of those  yells! Oh! tbe love that welled up in  my heart when I heard David's cheery  voice shouting words of encouragement  as he flourished aloft a big sheath knife  aud breasted the short waves' of the  bank, on his way to the swash beyond.  "Jfolcl urn, Boss.'-'" he yelled, between  gasps. "Try for turn urn. Ma'rse Cecil!  Dab big spotted debil! lie shore done  got  you   dis  time!     I'm   coram'  all  I  n big stake or log conveniently near at  hand, io take a turn around when the  .���������������������������train proved too great. ���������������������������  Thus 1 figured out the cost of battle*  is we went into camp that night. It  was late���������������������������too late on the tide to put  out the big lines then. So we contented oui.selves, my man and I, with dis-.  sussing our plans for the following  lay. while wo carefully examined oui  fishing  gear.  Tbe streaks of early dawn found us  op   and   on   the   move.     Assigning   to  Dave the task of putting out aud stak-  .lnur���������������������������Lite-hif���������������������������"lines.-I���������������������������uusheil���������������������������QU-to_the.  ~T^~~,      7T!Z     _.....' ijTS m rt���������������������������i.:..���������������������������  slough that separated the fishing  grounds from the main beach, and,  crossing waist-deep, found myself on  the big reef known a.s Southest Broak-  er���������������������������a "long, low sand-bar that reached  far out to sea and which was covered  only by the highest tides. Gazingat  the' endless white fringe of pounding  oreakers, T selected the calmest spot,  ind, whirling my heavy sinker three  or four times around my head, T hurled  ���������������������������- it far-out-intii 1 ho-cteamy-Vhito waters  of the, shoal���������������������������there to stay until lifted  by some of the scaly inhabitants of the  reef.  Dave, having now finished his task  of putting out the shark lines, arrived  upon thc scene. He was very much concerned at having seni the big spotted  fish, he said, some distance duwn the  beach and beading our way. lie was  siirt" of trouble, for his right ear had  tjeen ringing nil the morninjj, "aud  <lut shore am an oufailing sign." Ac-  dordingly, as is the custom of the superstitious'blacks, he made a cross upon  the sands, spat upon his line, and heaved it far out���������������������������intent upon getting the  first bite and landing the first bass.  [ now searched every inch of the  whits sweeping waste before me for the  sig fins and mottled body of Spotted  .lack; but, a* it, was still dark. I saw  nothing to alarm me; so hopefully surmised   that  ho   had   taken   some  other  ous depths of that great heaving mass  of waters, lay our lines. " Armed with  six big steel hooks, each baited with a  mullet aud anchored with great sinkers  of some two pounds eaeb.-.and so constructed as to withstand the undertow  and thus keep thc rig in 'position. Fearing that I might lose my line by having  it jerked out of my hand during ono of  my cat naps, I made a noose, through  which I inserted my hand; then, tightening it somewhat around my wrist, 1  oucc more gave way to the" drowsiness  that for the last two hours had taken  I'oinpleto possession of me. Turning up  irir^i? olifrr���������������������������of���������������������������rrry^Cuat���������������������������to���������������������������pro te c trniry  Heady-made Medicine.���������������������������Von need no  physician for ordinary ills when you  have at hand a buttle of Dr. Thomas'  Ech'ctric Oil. For coughs, colds, s'-rc  throat, bronchial troubles, it is invaluable; for scalds, burn*, bruises, sprains  it is unsurpassed, while for cuts, sores,  ulcers and the like it is an unquestionable header. It needs no testimonial  other than the use, and that will satisfy  . anvone "as to its effectiveness.  Rcil, Weak. Weary, "Watery Eyos.  Relieved By Murine Uye Keniwdy. Try  Murine For Your Eye Troubles. You  Will Like Jlur.ne. It Soothes. SOc At  Your Druggists. Write For Eye Books,  Free.   Murine Eye Remedy Co., Toronto.  neck and thi oat, T endeavored to kee|  awake awhile���������������������������heartily wishing myself  ensconced amongst tbe blankets of my  tent, nestling snugly amid the'distant  :-and dunes of the Point. The crash  and roar of the breakers grew faintei  and more remote. My senses grew confused, and soon I" was dozing soundly  ���������������������������only to be ruthlessly awakened by a  jerk that almost dislocated my arm.  Tho next moment T found myself pull-  edfrom my sea"t into the shallow" wiitoi  and being rapidly towed to sea at n,  rate that almost took away my breath,  At first I attempted to make a stand-  digging my toes into the sand and brae  ing for dear life. But J might just a>  well have pitted my puny strength  against that of a tugboat as to attempt  to turn the big fish at fhe end of my  line.  It did not take me a second to realize  what   had   happened.      1    had    hooked  many  a shark, clam-cracker and  othei  hi avy and hard-pulling fish frequenting  this    coast-line,    but    nothing    whose  .strength   could   approach   that   of  thi"-  rampant monster  that was  surely and  swiflly taking me out beyond my depth  Shark  or devil   fish���������������������������judging from  lib  towing powers���������������������������one was as bad as th<  oilier,    Tt   all   happened   in   a   second.  Veiling for  Dave,  and  vigorously  con  testing oveiy inch of my seaward jr.ur  ney  took "up  all   my  spare  time.    *\h  fish  was  fighting  to  gain   deep  wate*  while   T   strained   every   nerve   in   tin  body  to  turn   his  head  and   coax  him  shoreward.    The line cut into mv wrisf  fearfully, and  J made several  fruitles-  attempts to loosen up the slip-knot, bit'  never succeeding in accomplishing any  thing,  gave  it up  and  exerted all  m\  strength    in    trying    to    part   it.    -li>  this   I   likewise   failed.     Things   were  now  faking  a  serious  turn.    Unless  1  could   detach   myself  from   the  line,  1  would   surely   be    carried   beyond   my  depth and drowned.    Even now, I waV  bnlf  strangled, by  the  ducking  I  got  every few minutes;  for the short roll  ers, racing shoreward, would  Hit me a  slap   that   would   completely   submerge  niv entire hodv from head try foot. Then  kin!" These words came to me across  a vast field of whirling white foam and  broken water, but oh! the music of it  all!  Still I tugged and fought���������������������������now  strangling, now gasping, as each giant  wave would deluge me on its way to  the distant beach. A minute more, and  I-see'David's black hands grasping tbe  stout cord and feel his big shoulder as  it jostles against mine in a frantic effort to stay the outward rush of the  now thoroughly frightened fish.  -."The first chance you-get, Dave, for  God's sake give me the knife!'  "Yes, Boss. I ready, sah. Shore,  fust chance!" he replied, as we doggedly fought and tugged, while the cross-  seas of the bank buffeted us about ad  libitum. Giddy from the whirl, and  swish of the onrushing breakers, our  heads swam and we felt weak and faint  from the strain of the heavy pull. Up  and down -the big reef we raced. Out  to the'surf line; then in again we worked panting. Now almost drowned by  an avalanche of spray from some un-  -perceived wave;- anon gasping for  breath, as the salt spray would be'forced into our ��������������������������� heaving lungs.; All the  while, ldsing ground, foot by foot we advanced further into the great stretch  of moving^ swayiug green watertof-the  channel,, with never the ghost of - a  chance to -check his outward run and  make a stand for even a moment. "Oh!  ���������������������������for the knife in-the darkio's hand!" I  hadfnot time to reach for it and.he less  to (let it go- and hand, it to me. My  left hand was always employed in easing the strain on my right wrist; otherwise the line would have soon cut clear  through to the bono.        .   '  .Now a jerk throws us forward on our  faces, far  beneath  the  surface  of  the  tide.    Dave  is  the first 'to  regain  his  feet  and  I' see  him   fumbling  for  the  weapon I am so" anxious to possess.    T  muster up.enough breath to shout out,  "Quick!   -The    knift!"     Then    down  again   we  go  together. . A  moment  of  fearful   ear-ringing  and   again   we  are  up, frantically coughing tho water from  throat and .lungs.    I feel that this'cannot- last   long.        "Try   for  turn   um,  Boss!     Try  for   turn  inn!     We  gwine  ter drown!-'-' comes ia gasps from  my  dusky companion, and T know that he.  too, is failing.    Ever, now T am on the  point of giving up and quietly drowning, just as a puppy or kitten "would if  -rc-pcrt vrctrrj���������������������������p ucli utl���������������������������ucri i ch rii���������������������������iru u���������������������������srrtr mcir  by the hand. [ feel weak and dazed.  But, even as T give up, my fish scem-s  to weaken for the first time since hooked.    The great strain of a moment ago  big, choppy seas,, each or  which  lifted   and strain at the long'liue that burnt  and  gnaws  at   our  hands  like   heated  wire.  "Let go, Boss! for Gora'mightv's  sake, let go! Jle too much for me"! "  pleads Dave, djsheartened at this new  reverse.  But I refuse to quit; my blood is up  and 1 am determined to- fight it out to  a finish.   For a second 1 get a glimpse  of his'ugly body as he glides through  a great, glassy roller���������������������������only  to  be lost  the next moment iu a seething smothei  of foam as the big sea breaks.    What a  beast he is!  and so- hideously mottled'  Ugh!,the  sight  of  his   baleful   goggle  eyes,, and   shovelling  snout!     Out,   out  to the  end  of 350  feet  of good  stout  line  he  swims,   churning  the  sea" into  foam as he feels the check.'- Ah!  now  he starts shoreward again "and we pull  him in  quickly, doing our  best to get  him shoaled.   This time i feel sure he 's  ours���������������������������but again he stops, working thc,  dead-weight tactics on us and refusing  to   budge   a   single   inch. Ere   long - he  heads shoreward   once more and   L am  pulling   him   in   through   a   big   wave,  when  up goes  his  tail  and  down goes  his  head.    There, is a whirl  of  white  water   and   a  'great   volume   of   spray  shoots- skyward. ��������������������������� The whole sea seems  full  of  sharks,' so  quick  is  ho  in  his  increments.     He    must    have    struck  the sand in-his downward plunge and  thus become frightened into a renewed  effort to escape.    Back to sea he goes  with-remarkable-rapidity,  in  spite  of  our united efforts���������������������������taking the skin off  our hands with the slack as he flies.  "Dave/' I cried,-"haulm with all  your might: This is" .his last spurt.  Don't quit me now,'.' I pleaded, as my  companion grumblingly berated the hot  cord which had burned'into'his touch  palm.    , - .    b  venge! With two long lines���������������������������some 350  ieei���������������������������and my hand tree, i folt suie  that he was mine. Now, catch him 1  would. So. lolling the coil drop in the  tide, I grasped the end firmly and  awaited the outward rush that i knew  would come, sooner or later, as he  shoalc-d.    But the swash still separated  us from the mainland and  [ felt  I  \\ri������������������-l'h.   <;... i '   ."-"/"  crowing too soon. Waist-deep Milf h.Umd? "* W .^lu-Bufc. J cufc-a  with plenty of water to float a big fisli  all around iiz uini with mv skin creeping ami momentarily expecting the grip  ot his powenul jaws, we struggled on.  Suddenly there arose- close bv a yn-at  whirlpool of white walci and a i-loud  of spray, ont of which popped two enormous dorsal fins. A pieicmg yell from  Dave and a freezing of my heart's  blood! But just then, thank heasen!  something alaimed him, and he was oil  again���������������������������taking the slack as he goes out.  Out  seaward   he   darts,   while   we   tu������������������'  ���������������������������'������������������*q- gash across the knckkle oi the  right hand, in opening a lobster ?aa  oi.e evening. J suffered at the Lime witi  the soreness and pain ;but had no idea,  it would become a serious wound. How-  ever, in about two .lays Ii was greatly  alarmed, as my whole hand ami arm to  the elbow became injiamed, and the fin-  g������������������;r was much discolored, showing sign*  of bloc* -poisoning. Tbe pain was dread-  ���������������������������ul, and J was forced lo leave off inr  i\oik and go home.  ''The wound on the knuckle had-been  poisoned through the dust and dirt"  about he furnaces ami Loilew. J the"  decided to start the Zam-Buk treatment  ad having first bather the cut, I ap-  -bed the hea ing balm. Jt soothed the  am almost immediately, and the next  day tnere was a great improvement.   Ib-  -uth   /am.Buk,   a   complete   cure   war  brought about." *>  Scores of similar, cases could be quot,   -:  fhnv    5b?/wl!������������������s<; Precaution is to keep   "  a box of Zam-Buk bandy and apply '*  immediately a, cut,  or bum,  o ?Pfij������������������ ���������������������������  is sustained. ' - -  "..-  Zam-J3uk  will  also  be found  a  sari'.  cure ������������������or cold soreg> ch        (1 hand t  bile, ulcers, eczema, blood-poison, vari-". -*  cose soreS; ,,jJes> sca,   s rijBg.Vwm.   -  inflamed patches, babies' eruptions,ana* .  chapped places, cuts, burns, bruises and",-*  shn  injuries generally.    All  druggists" ���������������������������'  and stores sol   at.50c. box, or posfc'ree.  fiom  /am-Buk  Co...  Toronto,   upon-re-  ceipt of p���������������������������ce.    Befuse imitations and '  substitutes. ��������������������������� '  Oneeinore, waist-deep, in the heaving  water, shoulder to shoulder'we jostle  and bump each other." Now'jerked almost on our faces; now buffeted about"  by the angry cross-seas -that-' came An  threes and fours, until T felt beaten-and  ready to throw-up the'sponge in despair, while Spotted Jack"!sailed serenely through the green seas, apparently  as fresh as when, first h'ooked. The  entire .length ,of -two Jong - lines 'had  been-'-paid out; the water was-getting  deeper; and it was now simply a matter  of the strength of the harness.' 'Stop  we must���������������������������and stop wc did.'-' Stretch,  stretch,'stretch! while we hung on and  dug our toes into the "soft sand of the  bottom. Would he never stop? Minutes  seemed like hours. 1 could not. stand  it much longer,,-and still the line  stretched and grew taut as a" harpstring.  Our feet fairly plough the bottom, as  we are ruthlessly dragged seaward. Now  wo   come   in   contact  with   some   htn������������������e  ful  aim    he  sends  a   bullet  ploughing V-  through the big head and another��������������������������� iutS'  the  body     A few  convulsive  shivert ''  Da%es  true  eye  and  steadv  band. - -I..- ���������������������������  now decide to leave the carcass whert '  Lll "f   i- V16  rencedi������������������g   tide >6u*a    ���������������������������-'  leave- it -high- and   dry.     Then    after-is  lefreshing the inner man at camp, we- '>  ..' >\  are  1o  return   and' measure ' our- pri3() A ~": k1  and, if possible, remove the lower'jaw     :  to take home as atrophy of war.   !< -���������������������������.-,"'  In two hours we-are back, to finPV1-  our-fish some twenty feet'on drv JanoVW  ITe-is a monster all right/and euriou*;; '-���������������������������'  ly  mottled,   being  different  from   W    *~  specimen  I have  ever seen. ---His -jaw- - :-  1 hacked away, and succeeded in layiiir   .V  open my-hand .in two places while dol <>"  f?.LS0; ���������������������������   Ie J.at!.evidently ^strayed-.afar/'V  tiomhis, native  waters���������������������������probably  thV-v'^  parnbean-sea or Gulf of Mexico'-^* ^y  had taken up his abode around'-our'fisi-^*---'  ing, grounds:-. I should j have-liked2'f.^->-   -  weigh. tJiebbdy; as he appeared. t^-hav^P^f   _��������������������������� ^��������������������������� ^u^u  uwiccas great,-m----- ..-:,������������������  any usually.met with around, our .coastf^^  Jhere are no doubts of his'having'bon*"^v^i  able to drown us both, within "tei--^-"'''^  minutes of our hooking'himr had ttu "~'r^  hooks not entered,high-up in .his up^T-^  jaw very-close to -the-shovel-shap^r���������������������������/ ,'���������������������������;>:  part ol. the-head���������������������������a-place","l:nowii' tV' '-���������������������������������������������>&h  every fisherman as a tender spot fa'a'- "* "'  shark's, head. , This chance Ihookin* :"���������������������������  I-believe, saved my life/as he v��������������������������� no^'.  able'to put forth a; half of. the pro-'  digious strength -:,f his .command"ani "  thus,-got worn * out by ' his -bw* exex-"--'  tions. -        ���������������������������   ��������������������������� -  ���������������������������,'      -    ������������������������������������������������������  Since   then,  I -have   never  attaeh*j   *  '*-.  -uddenly relaxes and tho white streak  of line falls and disappears in the whirl  and sweep of white water that rushes  acroBd the great bank; my fish, to all  appearances, has escaped; but, experienced ns I am, T know the contrary.  No Mich good luck! lie is merely running in with thc~line and itrail probability will be amongst us in a jiffy. Apprehending being toru to pieces'by his  ���������������������������dinrp tooth, we beat a hasty retreat  shoreward ��������������������������� straining waist - deep  ���������������������������ig.'iin^t the undertow and making a  fearful outcry, to intimidate him if  oossiblo. Our progress, of course, is  ���������������������������low and tedious, while bis would bo  is swift as a swallow's.  Now, too. was my chance for cutting  my wrist clear. Calling for tho knifn  (which was handed me before the  words wore out of my lips), I quickly  ������������������������������������������������������lashed the stout cord and was once  ���������������������������nore free. I had had enough fishing for  nno day; so [ fought my way steadily  through the surf for the beach, some  ���������������������������ievpnty five yards away and glistening  in the noonday sun.  Being now free I direct my attention  to lengthening our linos, then-by add  ���������������������������ng a hundred and fifty feet to my already long rig and proportionately in  ���������������������������reading nur chance.? nf binding him  -afely ashore without the former risk  if being obliged <n follow him intr.  Vr-p water. TMv arm being also -released. T could let go when the  -train grew too great for my hand"  Ves;  I was now safe and bent on re-  A  quick  turn   around- one  of  its  projections aud the job is complete.  "Dat stop urn."' cries Dave, between  gasps, as the mammoth shark' swings  side on and makes a mighty dive���������������������������to  soon vault high above the horizon line.  Up! tip! into the blue air he fiies. Then  fe-jyi1- ,lS^n-JalcL.Ais native .element.  TTtrirrsf a   cloud  ot  feathery  spray,  he  ^   PHILADELPHIA man was iu grew  ^-X     distress   one   morning   not   ion*  _   since by  reason  of the-delay  b  serving his  breakfast.  "I wish you'd go to the Wtflhea.'  said he to his wife, "aud see whaL tV.  troubk,^ i>ve an appointment  nine  a-_  Ihe wife complied with this requ������������������������������������i  When she returned to the diring-roow  the husband observed a strangely mrf  ancholy expression ������������������,u her fac. '  "Well," asked he, impationtly, "die  vou tell the cool: that J wauwJ k*>  break]ast immediatevl"  "I did."  "And what did she say?"  "Sho   said,"   responded    tho    wife  "J])'l.l  *wt   all _l:AYe_.our_ disiitV-iu'-  me-its.' " r  sinks from sight. Once more we'start  landward, across" the vast expanse of  seething water���������������������������waist-deep and putting forth the best wc have lu us.  Taking in the slack as we hustled;  again getting miserably entangled in  the heavy line that wound itself around  our feet; staggering against each other  in our mad haste, and all tho time  fearful of seeing two big fins and gog-  ."1<1 'OTJLrop.JlP. again, fi oui the .tumbling foam around us. Now we've only  a few yards-; then the deep swash. Ugh"!  that deep water! What might not be  waiting therein for us? Whero was the  Kharkr  Ah! a jerk answers tho question. The  lino again runs out. Feebly this time-  giving us no trouble to check it. Ves;  there he is, slowly swimming in���������������������������worn  out or drowned, as thn fishermen style  it. Now, for the first time, we note his  huge proportions, as ho shoals in throe  feei of good green water and rolls slug-  dishly about iu fhe shallow sweep of  the surf line. J Tow the water flies, as  he raises-liis big tail and brings it down  again.  "Wait on dfc tide. Boss. "Wo can't  move urn, sah." pant* Dave, as he sits  at rest, while little rills of perspiration   fact that a sure cure is Voimh^T for w  Hmse   oa,!^ other down his ebony cheeks J this village J, news Wor\h^ ������������������',������������������  the  IT IS NEWS WORTH  GIMB TO THE WORLD  HOW   RAVAGES   OF   KIDNEY   DIfl  EASE ARE  CHE OKI* D IN  QUEBEC.  Mrs. Julien Painchaud, for seven yean  a suffered, finds quick relief and  complete cure in Dodd's Kidney  Pills. k  Whitworth,   TemiscouataV'Co,.   One  Nov  L*S (Special)-With the coming oi  winter the  ravage* 0f  Kidney  Disease  'ire again relf in thiv province, an,] the  Relief for the Depressed.���������������������������Physical  and mental depression usually have  'heir origin in a ���������������������������disordered state of the  stomach and liver, as when 'these"organs are deranged in their action tin-  whole system is affected, Try Panne-  lee's Vegetable Pills. They revive- the  Uge.stive processes, act beneficially oi  ihe nerves and restore the spirits as im  ther pills will,   Thev are choao, simple  I would pop up on tho other side, only I and suro, and the elects are lasting,  md fall into the shallow sweep of sea j w..rid.     Mrs.  ,J���������������������������|  irouudhis feet. As for me, T am harm-  ,.iesR. The reaction has set in, and I am  '.dad to drop flat on the hard sand beach  and gasp for the breath that was so-  badly needed in my exhausted lungs.  The question now arises, How to do-  -���������������������������patch him? We dare not approach  tho fish: he is cross and si ill very much  alive, and 1 would not venture'within  tKii feet of him, shoaled as he is. for all  fhe money in the country. Ever and  again he makes feeble efforts to turn  seaward, but his day has come and we  are masters of the, situation. Dave  proposes going to ramp for the Winchester. A wise suggestion, to which I  readily agree, and after a fen- minutes  he is hnck again and anxious to shoot  Mic big fish, for he is fearful of its  jetting away and equally desirous of  ���������������������������retting tho liver to use' as a charm  against evil spirits.    So, taking a care-  ien Painchaud j?  person cured, and she states wirhooi  lies.iation that she found her cure it  Dodd s Kidney Pills.  "For seven'years ray heart and Ki<5  nevs bothered me." Mrs. Pain'chau*  states. "I was always tired aud ner  vous. I could not sleep. Mv limbs wm  heavy and J had a dragging seiisatioa  across the loins. My eves had dark  ������������������tip es under them and were puffed and  swollen,     r  was  so  ill  ]   ,.������������������������������������������������������-,-   -,ardiT  drag myself around to do my housf  work.  ^"A neighbor advised me to tn  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and r found relief  in the first box. Six boxes made me ]>er  fectly woll." J  ���������������������������If you have any two of Mrs. Pais  chaud s symptoms vour Kidne-ps art  diseased. Cure them and guard against  ^n������������������������������������������������������.   K   not   Ui.A]   re6ult8   b ���������������������������  Dodd's Kidney Pil]s.  65 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 2, 1911  ENDERBY PRESS  FEBRUARY 2,  1911  canned meats, bacon and hams, lard  and    lard   compounds,    canned vege-  ...... ^,      ,      . ���������������������������  .   ,    ��������������������������� n   .! tables, flour, cereal preparations and  Published evury  Thursday at  Endwby, B.C. at ��������������������������� ' ' '     r  52 per year, by'the Walker Press. : Other      foodstuffs,       partly    manufac-  AdvortisinK Bates:   Transient. 50c an inch first !turet1'    Agricultural  implements,   such  insertion. 25o each  subsequent insertion.   Con-; as   plows,     harvesters,   threshing   ma  tract advertising-. $1 an inoh per month. ,  Lewal Notices:   10c a lino first insertion; oc a line ! chines  dncl  drills -are reduced by  Can-  each subsequent insertion. | ada to the United   States rates.     A  I^^yyicelan(t.L<3^igl^ne- ; small list of articles is made special  :by    each    country.     Canada    reduces   icoal to 45 cents a ton and cement to  ill cents a hundred pounds. The U.S.  ;reduces iron ore to 10 cents a tot  i and lowers the rate on aluminum  : products and on dressed lumber.  ; The total amount of duties to be  remitted by the United States will be  ?4,850,000. Tbe total amount of duties to be remitted by Canada will be  ^2,560,000*  The value of articles now dutiable  'some Carnegie   library at.Dawson is  i  well patronized."  Seats for Miss Dutine's entertainment this evening are on sale at A.  Reeves' Drug store.  KAMLOOPS STEAM LAUNDRY  Parcels sent Monday, returned Saturday.   Apply G. G. Campbell, agent,  C. P. R. depot.  RECIPROCITY  TREATY  While a great deal has been said  against the reciprocity agreement,  particularly by manufacturers and  public men, we find it impossible to  share that alarm which so many have  succeeded in working up within themselves. Of course, we may be wrong,  but in view of Canada being the pro-. which the United States proposes to  ducer of most of tne foodstuffs placed 'make free is $39,811,000���������������������������equal to 77.4  on the free list by the two countries, ;per cenfc_ The yalue of (lutiable ar_  and in larger quantities than can be'ticles on which tne united States  consumed by the home market, we | proposes to reduce duties is $7,521,-  fail to see how   it is going to work jooo���������������������������equal to 14.4 per cent.  I PLASTERING ORDERS  !    Plastering    by    contract    or   day.  I Address all enquiries to���������������������������  B. BRUNDISH,  Box 198, Enderby, B. C.  an   injury  to  the  Canadian   producer  to have    the   markets   of the United  The value  of articles now dutiable  which Canada proposes to nrake free  Wanted���������������������������Position as schoolboy in  small family, in Enderby. Address,  George Furuya, box 93, Enderby.  cent.  States    opened   free   of duty to the:is $21,958,000���������������������������equal to 16.5 per cent.  Canadian farmer. jThe   value    of   dutiable    articles on  British Columbia fruit growers may j which Canada proposes to reduce du-  complain <pf the duty being taken off j ties is   $25,870,000���������������������������equal   to 19.5 per  fresh fruits, and the vegetable grower  of the duty being   taken off of vegetables, and  the  stockmen  of the duty  being.taken off    of horses and cattle  and sheep;   but   as a purely business  proposition, for   Canada as a whole,  the reciprocity agreement cannot but  work out   to   the   advantage of this  MISS LENA DUTHIE HERE  (See them in the window)  country.  If we were  ment briefly,  .ciprocity   on  such as   wneat  to   consider tbe agree-  we   would see that re-  leading   food products  and   other grains, is  proposed. Also on dairy products;  fresh fruits and vegetables; fish of all'  kinds; eggs and poultry; cattle, sheep  and other live animals. Also certain  commodities now free in one country-  ".are to be made free, surh as cotton-  ;.seed oil by Canada and rough lumber  by .the United" States. Tin and tin-  plate, now ' dutiable, are made free;  Barbed wire fencing, - now exempt  ���������������������������'from duty by. Canada, is also made  exempt by the United States. Printing paper is to become free on removal by the provinces of the restrictions on -.exportation of,pulp-  wood. There are to be mutually reduced , identical rates on secondary  food products    such   as fresh meats,  All who had the pleasure of hearing  Miss Lena Duthie, in her inimitable  Scotch-Irish songs and humorous  impersonations, some months ago,  on her visit to Enderby prior to her  trip to the Yukon, will be delighted  to learn that she is returning, and  will be heard this "evening (Thursday)  in Ki P. Hall. Miss Duthie is one of  the richest entertainers that has ever  visited Enderby, and all who "will attend her high-class concert will be  well repaid.  "The women of the Yukon have refined and humanized the rough life of  : pioneer days in the North,, and ele-  Jvated and purified the social tone of  the community," says Miss Duthie, j  in speaking of her visit to the Yukon  where she was the guest of the Administrator and Mrs. Alec Henderson at the Government House. "The  children are unusually bright and active,, and the mortality among them  is extremely low. As might be expected, the majority of the people are  omniverous   readers,    and  the  hand-  Call and get a Mask for  the next Carnival.  Our Grocery Stock  is always fresh and clean  and our service prompt.  Wheeler & Evans  Private  Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; new harness; everything up-to-date and  well-kept. ' When you wish a rig  for a Sunday drive, speak for it  early, as my finest turn-outs are  usually'spoken for. in"advance. "  A. L. Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  F.T\ TURNER  Plumbing arid  Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin nnd Zinc Articles Repared  Rear Evans Blk- Enderby  SPECIAL  Stock-takina Sale  ���������������������������*>  |   ow������������������*������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������*������������������* <&^������������������$m^������������������$������������������Q������������������$������������������������������������������������������-$������������������$������������������Q>  Ladies' Underwear  Children's Underwear  Hosiery  Corsets  Sweaters  $1.50 Corsets marked dowrhto #1.00  $1! 50 Ladies'Vests now $1.00  Children's Slippers, were 75c, now 50c  Children's Hosiery at half price  Sweaters at 30 per cent, off regular selling prices  <->$K*>$xm4Wm*sxmxm*m> ������������������������������������������������������������������������$������������������$������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$������������������$������������������$  All above lines best bargains ever  offered in Enderby  ��������������������������� ^������������������^������������������4������������������^������������������������������������������������������^������������������%������������������%������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^������������������������������������������������������9������������������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ii  7  It  Enderby Trading Co* Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies       ;  O'H-h-w-k-m-h-w^  ?  X  *  >..  i  *  *  JL  I  The first month of 1911,1 have  sold $30,000 worth of farm lands between  Enderby and Mara Lake.   I have more buyers in sight if I  can show the land wanted at the right price.    If you have any to sell send  for my listiug form and list it with me NOW for my new booklet, better  than evel"       My specialty is the district from Mara Lake to Enderby.      I am farming and have farmed here for 20  man cvci.      years and know what I am selling.  CHAS. W. LITTLE,  ElderneH Mara, B. C,  v  3:  ?  T  X  T  X  T  V  T  0 <..!������������������j<.;.^-!..:.-;..:..:-:-^.h.^^'>v<"!":-!"> ^���������������������������!-^-i->-!^w-!^-i-:-!-:������������������:^v������������������:-!^^������������������:- ���������������������������%-<������������������:^-!^'X������������������!-<������������������-!~:-:^.!-.H'*m-<������������������M' .^h^>*wh������������������*:-'s-:h������������������������������������m--:-4">'S������������������*m--:-'K������������������ ^^^���������������������������^^^^'���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������f������������������M'-H''W<^ o  trntuumusmmm i  /  4  ������������������.  IV,  Thursday, February 2, 1911  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  v.1  WE   SELL  The Sharpies  Tubular Cream  Separator  WE WILL LEAVE ONE OP THESE  WITH YOU ON A THIRTY DAYS'  TRIAL IN COMPETITION WITH  ANY SEPARATOR THAT IS MANUFACTURED. YOU ARE UNDER  NO OBLIGATION TO BUY AT THE  END OF THAT TIME UNLESS YOU  ARE SATISFIED THAT THIS  SEPARATOR IS THE VERY BEST  THAT MONEY CAN BUY.  "WE DO NOT ASK YOU TO SIGN  ANYTHING. WE ONLY ASK YOU  TO USE THE MACHINE, AND YOU  CAN BE THE JUDGE..  WE SELL YOU THE BEST  SEPARATOR AND ONE THAT CAN  BE CLEANED IN HALF THE TIME  THAT IT '. TAKES ' TO CLEAN  OTHERS, and THE COST IS FROM  25 to 50 per cent. LESS THAN YOU  PAY THE PEDDLER, WHOM YOU  HAVE NEVER SEEN BEFORE, and  MAY NEVER SEE AGAIN.  WE CANNOT AFFORD TO SELL  YOU A POOR SEPARATOR OR TO  CHARGE YOU MORE THAN THE  MACHINE' IS WORTH, BECAUSE  WE EXPECT,-TO DO BUSINESS  WITH-YOU FROM YEAR TO YEAR,  and SEPARATORS ARE ONLY ONE  OF THE ARTICLES THAT WE  SELL.  Premier McBride Sounds Warning  Against Reciprocity Agreement  Victoria, B. C, Jan. 28.���������������������������Alarm  amounting almost to consternation  over its inevitable effect orj 'British  Columbia industries is expressed with  virtual unanimity by the members of  the Provincial Legislature in discussing the reciprocity arrangement announced -from Ottawa.  "Reciprocity," says one prominent  Vancouver member, "in this case is a  mis-used word, for the arrangement  is altogether one-sided, and means  simply the penalizing of western Canada transportation and industrial in-  with very large areas of cleared land,  j it costs very much less to produce  fruit than it does here where we are  endeavoring to "ettle ./.i"* l,.i:-l:". ai.d  where the advantage >���������������������������>' 11u i^-.itl enabling us to have a good r.mrk'.'t in  the prairies has in the past op������������������rutert  helpfully.  "To remove this advantage now  wiil most seriously injure our cflorts  to settle and build- up the province.  The same applies to other branches  of agriculture, and to make our  markets free   to   the   United  States  Here is the Guarantee that goes  with, each machine:  Guaranteed Forever.���������������������������We guarantee  -i Tubular Separator No.-^against deflects in. .either material or workman-  , "ship, and -agree to"'replace, free'of  charge, any part or parts of same  which may have become unfit for, service'because of original defects, providing- the", damaged parts are returned to our*factory. The term,of  this guarantee is unlimited and our  ��������������������������� agreement will be fulfilled at any  time. Repairs necessitated by ordinary wear and tear, . accidents,  abuse, iCtc, are not included in this  warranty. -, All claims for gratis re-'  pairs must be made by the'original  purchaser of the machine direct to  our factory, and to no one else. Allowances will not_ be made .to selling  agents for repairs claimed to have  been furnished to customers under  this warranty,  THE  SHARPLBS- SEPARATOR CO.  West Chester, Pa.  Skim* to Forgrt  IF you would increase your happiness and prolong your life, FORGET your neighbor's faults.  FORGET all the slanders you have ever heard.  FORGET the temptations. FORGET the faultfinding, and give a little thought to the cause  which provoked it. FORGET the peculiarities  of your friends, 'and only remember the good  points whicH make you fond of them. FORGET  all personal quarrels or histories -you may have  heard by accident, and which, if repeated, would  seem a thousand times worse than they are.  . Blot out, as far as possible, all the disagreeables of life; they will come, but they  will only grow larger, when you remember them,  and the constant thought of. the acts of meanness, or, worse still, malice, .would only tend  to make you more familiar with them. Obliterate  everything disagreeable from yesterday, start out  with a clean sheet for to-day, and wiite upon  it, for Sweet-memory's sake, only those things  which are lovely and loveable.  Hear Mis Lena Duthie to-night and  you will remember- her many a long  day���������������������������with pleasure.  CITY OF ENDERBY  Assessment, Year 1911  COURT OF REVISION  NOTICE is hereby given that -the  first sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision of the Municipality of the  City of Enderby for the year 1911',  will be held at the City Hall on  Wednesday, the 1st day of March, at  7:30 p.m., for the purpose of hearing  and determining complaints against  the assessment as made by the Assessor, and revising and correcting  the assessment roll.  Any person complaining of an error '  or omission, or as having been undercharged or over-charged in the assessment roll, may come before the court  (1) personally,   (2)   by '-means    of a  written communication, (3) by an at-   '-  torney or (4)    by ��������������������������� any other person  authorized by him in writting to ap-_  pear in his behalf; and the court may..- ������������������������������������������������������  in the exercise,   of   their   discretion, .":  either correct   or" confirm.the assessment; but no complaint can be heard".'  unless    WRITTEN   NOTICE    of   the ",;  ground of such complaint shall have- ',  been given to-the -Assessor'at-least: \  TEN DAYS before   the, date- of the   -  first sitting of the court. ���������������������������-   ���������������������������  '     '     GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  .-,' .  Clerk of the Municipal Council.    -,  City Hall, Jan. 26th,-1911.      "    *���������������������������''.;  STILL IN BUSINESS"  Hon. Richard McBride cannot see any good for British Columbia in reciprocity.  terests   for   the 'advantage   of    the; will   not'    only   greatly" reduce   ihe  American competitor." * j prices   our  farmers  are  now  getting  Lobby discussion    of the published 'but   in /'those   commodities���������������������������such as  details of the agreement is all along I butter   and    egg-s     and    poultry���������������������������of  Insurance  ,' ���������������������������  _      Is "one of the necessary evils;  it'may seem a waste oE'good  money���������������������������until you get burned  /__ out, then the amount of the  . .premium is a good start for  your new home'.'      -''",���������������������������  " The agency   in   Enderby for  some of   the best Insurance  houses   that   do business in  -   , Canada to-day:       -       -; _  -'  The Hudson- Bay Company,- ���������������������������  The Anglo-American'Ins.;-Co.  .     Anchor Fire & Marine Co. -,  The "Equity-Fire,     " t  ���������������������������"  Winnipeg Fire Assurance Co.  Will be pleased to   give you the fullest particulars.  We are headquarters for Pacific*  Coast Tested Seeds,"' also Roses,  Shrubs, Chinese, Japanese," French.  and' Holland Bulbs and Ornamentals;"!  also implements, Bee-hives, Spray"*  Pumps, Fertilizers" and small-fruits:  of all kinds. '   Catalogue "free.  < M. J.'HENRY,*;'-' ".'  3011 Westminster ��������������������������� Rd. -Vancouver/]--  ,'"' I  \*i.  Uniform  a  ���������������������������Priees-range-from-  $40 to $110  according to size  And our terms are extended to  two years if necessary so that thc  machine will pay for itself before you  pay for it.  WE ALSO GIVE A LIBERAL  DISCOUNT FOR"CASH. ~  We have ONE Empire No. 2 second hand Separator, in perfect running order, which we will sell for $20  cash.  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.     Enderby  the "indignation meeting" lines���������������������������only  Mr. Brewster urging that "we must  wait and see if there is not some  misunderstanding of the situation,"  and on Wednesday the House will undoubtedly-pass an emphatically condemnatory resolution, of which Deputy Speaker Hay ward has given formal notice. ���������������������������  ~~ liip^ially^is^ifriSlar_tha;t"���������������������������the tariff"  changes announced will sadly cripple  the fruit and timber industries of  British Columbia, while so reducing  the traffic and earnings of the railroads as to threaten curtailment or  suspension of their extension programs. >  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon.       , .  Enderby.  adian farmer, but it will lessen the  volume of traffic on our transportation lines, and build up the business  of the competing lines of the country  to the south.  "The free entry of lumber from the  United States will also be a most  serious blow to our timber industry,  Said Premier McBride when asked throwing the market of the prairies  his-view of-the situation-as affecting -rlargely -into the -hands of the~Ameri-  British Columbia's interests, and!cans, anh lessening the trade of the  those of Canada: j Canadian transportation lines.  "While I do not wish to take an i "Looking over the whole matter as  alarmist view of the reciprocity ar-!Set out in the despatches from Otta-  rangements that have been laid before wa, I cannot   see   in   what way the  which our output does not yet equal  the demand., the result will be that  instead of importing from other  parts of Canada, these "will be shipped'to us from Washington, from  Oregon and from California, and the  trade with Ontario and the other  eastern provinces will cease.  "This will not only affect the Can-  thc House at Ottawa, it is abundantly evident from a perusal of the pro-  proposals   can   be   of any benefit to  Canada.    The country has been pro  posals that if adopted they will in- (gressing well; times have been pros-  fiict very serious injury on this pro-jperous and the country contented;  vince. As he knows the conditions |anci the advantage to be attained by  prevailing here, surely we can look to the present proposals are, to my  Mr. Templeman to protect our inter-1 mind, wholly in , favor oi the United  ests and to bring about some modifi- states. In Canada the effect will be  cation of the very drastic changes it  to disorganize   trade   conditions and  List   that    house   of, yours  that has been vacant for so  long, with me and get a per-  ,   manent tenant, i  Walter Robinson  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  * Enderby, B. C.  AND GOOD MILL: WORK  in lumber-will---.': r -'  Reduce the Cost of  Building your .'"*'  Home  - :v *���������������������������'-"'-<  G"?1-*.'*^  ,   -������������������V-<H*  -i'    _.������������������Vi-^M     4^  <:. 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MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.  President, Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K. C. M. G.  Vice-Presidentand General Manager,   SIR KDWARD CLOUSTON, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Thread needle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ������������������^=1 ^Jf  Branchrs in Okanajran District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon. Kelowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON*. Esq., Manager. Vernon A. E. TAVLOR, Manager. Enderby  ���������������������������-tl  Wanted���������������������������At the end of January, a  good, steady man for general farm  and orchard work. Apply to R. T.  Skelton, Hullcar.  is proposed to adopt.  "Take for instance the free entry  into Canada of fruit, dairy products,  and agricultural produce generally.  This means an injury to our agricultural classes that will be most severe. In the first place it will put  the markets of the prairie provinces  in the hands largely of the Americans, who can, even under existing  conditions, successfully compete there  with our fruit growers and those of  Eastern Canada.  "In British Columbia the fruit industry by great effort.is being built  up, and it must be remembered that  in the states to tbe south, where the  industry  is   a   long-established  one,  to  materially   injure   our  industries  and our Canadian lines of traffic "  The Glengerrack has added several  milkers to its herd, and is now pre  pared to supply all demands. The  splendid service of this dairy to Enderby costomers has won for it the  loyalty of a large clientage���������������������������so large,  in fact, that some difficulty has been  experienced this winter in supplying  the requirements of all. With the recent additions to the milking herd,  Mr. McQuarrie has overcome the difficulty. 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(*in:ij������������������:try)  long beard bristled like the mane of a  iioJK His forehead seemed almost, to  be bursting iviiii fury, his bent, shoulders were straightened by the vigor ox  his wrath, and be seemed imbued with  demoniac strength, bo that he held Kiec  and the others ueipiess as children.  supply of meat covering the body will  help keep up tlie animal heat.  As soon as it is cold the teed shoula  have 'iuore heating material i:i it ih'a.������������������  is contained in oats; the best avai'abls  in this country is,barley yiiop.  In   the  corn   belt    thev   a i way a fcai  In   the   ne-\t   iiiiiaul   the   ragt,   ol'   his j com  to supply tlK. lu.;lj,    a   jntju  Uls^  i  s  'j'lAITKR   IV.���������������������������  < I'^'Pi'iTlM'    --."iin  1 decided to investiga  {('(intiii'ied)  -indent    oraiil  The cur-  '���������������������������Vou mean, then .'  er;  ..nd   Kiev  continued:  tains   el  Liie  ilior.Lti.rv   window I  wero clo.-rdv drawn, but 1 cu'd see dim  shadows oi =<mii- person or }>ei>-u!i> mo-. -  in a about the inim. 1 watched closely,  b��������������������������� ��������������������������� 11i������������������i^ to identity the trcspass.ers it  thev should come near the window. My  hopes were rea!i;''d. 'Hie persons stepped close to tin- curtains and stood  :hen\ their profiles sharply marked in  silhouette. 1 immediately recognized  am- of the. shadows. The stdoping shoul-  ���������������������������Jevs and long beard could belong tq% no-  bodv but our er.ile.nguo. Professor Hopkins. [ was about \u turn away, satisfied that all was right, when., to my  dismay [ noticed that the other figure  was that of ;>. woman.  ''As i wr.rjhed rhem. endeavoring to  discover 'who the womaii could be, it  bocamp plain to mo that they were  au era nod in somo earnest transaction.  Pnfessor   Hopkins   held   a   graduating,';  so I judged it to i mt,?r)  " We imiaL ���������������������������'u lo mm. tell him of what  ;e tune ieurnea, ana ile'imind, as ins  idleayuua, thai ior our own pruiectiua  ui, ilie gtnnl name s;t the college'. .'"���������������������������-  ���������������������������ritnaraw worn tne faculty."  Kiee's aecisme', gr. en in sucli a way { u  aat    the    utile's  ashed tfnv-1 \ i"h  them  to  know  \at ve  know  | n.u.-t  uhserxe  mniont,  beis.g seen  vi)  ������������������������������������������������������ ilie  doggct.lv.  Jt5  ill  ,b-  i ic--e   in  front   of  ,;g  vva- a  row  of tall eim=.    '1 nese o  cured   ihe   light   Irmn   the   front   Winnie! in ooviate tins ti'uiible without  exproafcion   ga\e.   way   to   tear.     lie   relaxed     his " hold    on    Hire's   reddened  throat, and  leaned  back  against  a  cup-  ,hoard,   ro,\cru.g   like   a   hea-l   at    bay.  i And   still  the   tour   men   did   nut  speak.  Ye | rinjy   i,ad   expected   mailing   I'M.'   this,  land   Were  G\ ui wnetnied.     Then   Hopkins  suggested   Li onion. ! -puke,   but   not   in   the   voice   to   winch  I Uiey had become- accustomed in the long  'io   college  build-   years ot their acquaintance.   .Lie idinelied:  ill    that,    it  wa?  ���������������������������! ineiiig the trees  college   professor,  aim  tholigut     beture     they  unii  and   miisr   be  a em client,    it '.v;:.s  a  the lite  oi  hey    requited  ouid  trust  chematlvoo to say anything  ii   iepiy  to   Kice.     L-'iscner  stood   Iruca  .ad   uuiMUbd   a   German   tune;   Gordon  ^HUhil tar over tne r:ioie, his hands in  His  hair, his  face  tense:   he of all  rhe-  three  was not i bin king of tin; problem  in    hand.      His   lliouuiit'-   were   ot   tin-  heart,  not Tlie  brain;   the  thoughts  of  i  man  whose  love-  and  trust  iu a   woman  have been  misplaced.  Snyder rose and paced the  .-kylight had bom  It   opened   direcily  uuiiOM uiiUMia. I nun  llie  middle  of  the  labuiatory.  The  nuuisced   in,   leilicat   iiitu   the  roof.  on  floor. Thev  I  he  subject  under  discussion  ',',   were still in the dark, having been ton  irms "about his companion. She. ou her  part, returned the embrace, and, gentlemen, I am of the opinion that tney  kissed each other! "  The  Greek professor  stopped,  partly  to observe  apon his coll  ,ng of the exclamation, and ro-e with  ���������������������������me accord, tiptoeing to the window,  through which Snyder pointed, with a  trembling hand, in  the direction  of the  k  pro lessor   sLoppeu.   [-<-. ,     b ?       T}      hlil)(i,   of   the   i:lboni-  IX���������������������������"-S part^ln^;^? we��������������������������� ^ow���������������������������, but there was a light  prise at the intensity of the moan that ,������������������1.ie room ^  aseaped   the   lips   of   the   prolessor   of \    ^/^W,   the night iK-fore. and ns  ethics.    The deepemug dusk prevented    Je      a.i      en     c  che  others  from-seeing the  expression , Hough    ^ v^ ^g ^   ; -, ^     ,      j uU  of pain on Gordon's face, accompanying  nanus, nit v.a.duis .  the sound that he made. Therefore they  aiisinterpreted the meaning of the  ���������������������������noan, and Kicc remarked:  "It ia, indeed, a shocking matter!  So on."  "Thore is little more to tell, ' sain  Professor Snyder, with a sigh of regret. "The light in tho laboratory  window was soon .extinguished, and a J*  ows of two people distinctly painted on  the curtains. One was umnistakably  Hopkins. the other just as surely a.  woman, 'and. with little doubt, Ernesta  Prost. Tlio professor seemed to be talking earnesrlv. ITis finger moved in decisive gestures. The "civl was giving  him close attention. Finally f.npkiiis  went awav from the window, and the  She appeared excited  ;hot,gh T wished to do so, L dared .tot  Jjirl ^^^ Mr^ Lfcr forehcail  to see who came out ot  ^J^'^^f  Thfi ghadow of 1Iopkins  leave mv room  ihe laboratory, for fear tuat 1 should  be seen and my motives misconstrued."    ,  "And you did not identify the woman?" asked Rice.  .. "No," said Snyder; "I did not. but  [ suspect "  "Pooh!" exclaimed Dr. Fischer, impatiently; "dere iss no question who  ler woman, vas.   It ,vae- "     y  "Be careful!'" interrupted both Gor-  ion and Jtice. the former excitedly, the  latter calmly but decidedly. Fischer,  however, defiantly continued: v.u.u.,,-.  "Cartful! " he said.    "Do ve not all  ^ (n,  know  who  spends  de  evenings  m  der  -laboratory mit Hopkins i    iss dere any  ioubt.in  der minds of you gentleiueus  iat it iss.his assistant, Ernesta Frostf  [ss there, ves?  "Iiopkius,  so  I  have   understood,'  ���������������������������aid    I'ice.   "has   b"en    coudtn-ting    a  series  of experiments  be   iu   the  laboratory at  all   hoins. ;  30   has   required   the   presence   of   his j  issistant " j  "Pooh!" sneered Fi-cht-r, "it_ looks |  is if der experiments had been i������������������ dor!  Sold of love potions, from  vat Snyder!  ���������������������������u *. -'' . !  Man  of the world and h<~ro ot  mnre j  rtian   one   duel   of   his   youth.   Fischer'  .voulil have, winced eould he have '-Pen  iho  effect of his  ironical  .speech   upon  -?mEi*nn���������������������������  Tlie   vouiL^-2L';-JlrrJL!vl.5iL!LJ.!l.  gripped rhe. odL'e of  again came within the range or vision.  I fo had something in his hand which he  proceeded to give the girl. It wm? undoubtedly money. He passed a bill at a  time to hor. and when she had received  all. she placed the roll in thc bosom of  her dress. Then further speech" by Hopkins, more careful attention on the part  of his companion, and finally the watchers saw him throw his anus about the  girl, and kiss her hnrrirjdly on the cheek.  \Vhen thev had recovered their composure, the figures mov?-d away from the  window, and the show, for the time,  er.  Snvdr-r wa������������������ the first to speak.  "If we needed more, proof," said he,  "it  is finished! "  "Not quite.'* objected the mathematical nice, moving toward the door  of  the  room.    "Put  come,  this  is  tho  '.in.V"iV-"w   had  to ! li"'-'' *������������������ cpl"-'rr- absoiutfly coin ineing oyi-  aud  has   had  JJ | ,leill.r.    \Vp win K��������������������������� to the laboratory "  "Xe." said  Fischer; "ve do not yet  NERVE AGONIES  eeiiinga   on   tho   giotind   lloor   Were   low,  not inure liian nine teet iiuerveniug be  iweeii  the lloor andj liie ikyiight.    Gor-  tiou's    suggtition,    tlieretore,   was   welcomed as entirely j.radical.    J'ice lead  ing.   the   four   cunspnalors   tiptoed   up-  rn'e-  wide  stairca.-o  to the second  lloor.  Thev  listened  a   moment   to  make  sure'  mat   nobody   was   toiieriug   about   ilu-  lialls, then "softly ascended the narrow  stairs to the roof.  It was starlight overhead, but there-  was no tell-tale moon. They trod care-  HiUy over the .resounding tin of the  tlal" roof. A fountain of light rost-  uj.ward through the open skyligUt. That  it was open tney noted with relief. Uu  reaching the goal, as if by preconcerted  oigual. they llung themsJvus flat on the  rout and extended their heads over the  opening. Anyone looking upward at  that moment would have seen a strange  picture. Over the western edge of the  skvlight protruded the ascetic, visage  of' the youthful Gordon, one long arm  extended to hold his glasses on. Beside  him was b'icc-, alert and cool, carefully  Mirvevii.g the room beneath in search  of proof" Opposite them the bearded  face of Snyder, twitching from nervous  excitement, and on. his right, both hands  firmly clutching the edge, of the opening. Fischer, whose dropsied eyes seem-  ed'almost ready to fall from his bronzed forehead as" he .stared into the mysterious room below.  On all the faces- might have been  observed a look of disappointment. The  room into which they gazed was apparently empty. Vet as 'they looked aud  listened they heard sounds as if someone were moving about beyond the little  partition at the'end of the room, which  divided the laboratory from, the private room in which Hopkins conducted  his more important experiments. They  listened more closely and exchanged  glances. They were n"ure they were not  mistaken. -They could hear Hopkins''  vo-ice speaking in low but. excited whispers, though at that distance" the words  were  indistinguishable.  At length I'ice withdrew his head and  looked up. Ho rose' to a staudiug position and the others followed his exam-  Hie. Gordon last. At a signal t rom  Rice ihoy moved to one side'to discuss  the  Htimiion.  "Since  we  have  gone so  far.  Pice,   "we   must   see   the   atiair  finish."  "1 distinctly heard Professor  j;i!i"������������������! voice behind the partition,-'  Gordon, excitedly.  "And   the girl?" questioned  Snyder.  "People do' not, talk to themselves! L  .-laid Fischer.  '���������������������������'I have ii!" exclaimed Pice. ���������������������������  His eyes had been scouring thc roof  Lying  alongside   the   observatory   dom<-  "  said  to   a  Hop  ' said  Vou  spies!     Vou   thieves!     So  ynu  have been watching me, have you  have been playing the spy  work,   and  now,   when   it   is  Veil  on   my  lite  ibout   to  ol    mangolds   evorv  dav    wiil  Keep  the  trowels  in  condition  hi In i*  ���������������������������]> ine irowus in condition and "kuoj  the digeM loi: in good worumg older,  'ihifc i> as nece.Nsavy with l:\e bt. c.k ajs  oil on any kind ol inaciiii.ei\. S,> y.;.  ivn\>  watch  that  part   of youi   t\  opeiat lOll.i.  l':gs of uniform size should be kept  together, for if you have small onu*  amoi.g t he larger  U-ei'tnj  ones tlie little itdhivM  will  have to  take the outside, or eoloV  moo,   or   they   will   pile   on   to;,   of   ths  oih.rs after  tbe-y  have gone  to sluep.  Do not   make moie than eight ^o ti  sleep   in   one   ill  gilt go t������������������  jihue,  but make  tlie peiu  iructil'y   and   bring   me   re-Milta   oeyood I Mimil. and the extra exjiense of makins  my   wildest   dreams,   you   aie   here   to'   steal it!    Oh, Vuu liuseialjJo scoundrels;  'now much do you know.' How long  have you been keeping watch? Speak!  >peak! "  Snyder was the only one who could  find words. Ho said, in a tone that wa?  meant to mollify the infuriated scientist:  "-My dear Professor Hopkins, you  ���������������������������lo not understand us. We don't wish  to steal your secret, whatevei  it  is."  "Vou'iie!!' screamed Hopkins; "you  lie! But you can't do it. jNo, by God!  vou cau't! Lt is here. Here!���������������������������look at  it! ���������������������������''  lie hold the glass over his head and  gazed at it tondly, adoringly, as a  iiiimt  would   look   on   gold.  "See! Vou are too late. T have  compl'-red it ami the world will know  that il is mine! Vou���������������������������you are too late!  ���������������������������ton   late! "  "Wait, for Gnd"s sake, wait!" said  Pice. "We don't, want to do yon any  harm, Hopkins. Vou must lisLen to us."  (To be  continued)  T  in  cM'ifii a "-n'.'-i  i>|iler.  fie pointed t  it, then to the skylight, and the other.-  gras't'd   hi*   idea."   Snyder  brought   th-  j ladder: the others b-n" eager hands, alio    jif   Wilw  silently   lowered   down   into  th'  ALL   ''.EJIVOXJS   DISEASES   CURED j ivnm   below,   'it   was   somebody's  tun  ho go firvt.    The others hesitating. Sny  : iler'"''.'i������������������k   it   on   himself   to   lead.     !I<  :\ervi-n runt are o\ er-v.orh.'u <n  ������������������-���������������������������-,.;i : (,���������������������������Si>(���������������������������1,|,,ll    ������������������tiM-piug   so   earefullv   thai  kly indicate Iheir distress i.y '���������������������������'":^?_���������������������������_ittmatT_(.t-ll.itU)e hoard.    Pice :mo;  BY DH. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS  that are o\ er-v,'"rked or wci  iliik' '  Iliat paie inay Iji-  iietiraigia or iniiame-: ; (.(  norvos,  usually  affecting the  head,  but j  pi m1  H-1**' nt ton  tlu  ,!  lrnhs  eye1'   tlnsliotl ! nervous   dy-jiepsia,   ea.-il>  to  master ; w���������������������������irv. ex'Citeiin'nt or tOMknos  bn  en  In:  Vitii-J ���������������������������bin  after a struggle, ami san  innnoticed  l>>" -;,m.-,utr children, oi  iditi-'ii   oi    gei!"ral  lis earlv r'nirtie-:���������������������������gripped rhe, edgi _  -:he table as though a omit to draw him  iell' up and spring at the German  ���������������������������ei.-lh  grated  together,  hi  .���������������������������oeutinent.     Mut   he  seemei  tiin.-l  ii  hi-1 chair, his actions  ".lie others.  ������������������������������������������������������VthiJi) I consider Dr. !��������������������������� ischer n re- (.,,.,.,,,,-,, anie.l by  nark lilt in-.c-d." -'ai'l Kice. slowly. " the ; xv,,rst ���������������������������( tl\[ tht:  !arr.������������������ <m our (���������������������������ns'-f-sioii certainly lead_ us ��������������������������� ,.'.rly -tag'-s o  ,    ',       -     ..; .1 *    :"   I-'-.-   ''^   i      , \m    il-.i.-n   ii^-i������������������'(',  >rcsMOM aa to the identity of Hopkin.-'   ;.,,,.   hungry   i.er^'S   an  ���������������������������������������������m|.:tiii(m.      Furlhermoro.   viieth.-r  tin   right,  in  mv  eon'icctnri  Jiict    r-maius  aiiit.V   of   at  jo'iif public  K-amial.     A  lien.   d(",erve:-  It   may  stalled  or  not. the  that    ilop'iin">   ha-   been  act   v.-id.'h.  should   it   b'  wo.lid lead to a di-gracet'i.1-  college   profe-^or,   anoVea'd  the hai������������������h''d   ceu.Min-  fm  tti<!   lrnhs.     u   may   ������������������������������������������������������ e ;  by  lt inu\  a ami'iiMi affliction  jieurasi hei.ia, a ct-n  lit1.", oii^   (���������������������������.;liaiiv-tinii  acute     i:'.eli'Mi''lit������������������!y.  am   may signal  tin*  t paialysis or neru on-, dt  ������������������i"it'\'   that  ningrv   nerd's   an-   cl.imoii-.g   f'������������������t  ..i :>-!i'n< '"it   it:  the  form  ot   good,  i'n-1.  i.tofd.   Th- numerous cur's ol' the a!in\.-  i    followed   him   at   once  rt������������������::i:id   flermau   professor  looke  tli^t-a."-.'   and   weai'ne--  bv   Irr.   William.,'   i'ii.K  ,('eil for ''��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������"  ��������������������������� ,!l  i  that  which   1'ror'osMii  | to a1*,    l\xi>i.sur>-- of  nich  behavior a������������������  Snvder ha" r������������������lat'  i thing like that ^ould re.-ult m im-ai  ���������������������������.ula'd- harm to tin- college. t->-pt emllv  (Jravilmi. a eo-erlucat ional in'di'.u-  It is fortunate that w have come  of the tacts ia time  act at  once."  mi suggest doing ?  , au't-l   net "��������������������������� "U  i',   both   se.M-s  i':il-, are a.-co.n'ed for by toe rac! tini  i.ei..    1'illt    i'.eltmllv    mi'h"*   i"'w.    'il'1'  tarved   ner^e-  l  I'll It    actually  ' ���������������������������  ;  am!  ;.o ,-upply  tin  ' ah     the    \ ital    element--     tu>-ili"!    '  \ Mren-th -a   them.     Mr.   Wm.  ('.  dorm-  1 \\'i   ���������������������������!.'-id    Man.,   mv-.   "A   few   \c:ir-  ago  was mv mistio'i e  .0  "ion.  Uto   rvj.-ses" ion  to  that  wc  may  " What, the", do  nt  IS* IV  1   Snyder.  Tmrt" uM-t  be  no y  laid   Kice.    "Tint  ublie scandal,  course,   is   olaiii  e to suffer fron  m-ivou*. lithility, brought about throngl  a s'-vere Mtac'k of la grippe or infbi  . i./.-i. Win n the tir---' eilects were felt I  iscd to wake up in rh' middle of s!eo;  tr. mlding li'to a leaf, and in a bath o  ..,ld  glew  of  sic  perM'i.-atio'i,      f/iter   ihe    ti.mbh  !-;o bad that I scarcely got a wi������������������l  md   v.-ould   io.--;  about   in   bee  ciid Hie "Tint, ot cour-e. is iilani | ()t- .^u.,..,, and v.-ould io>-= a.Oont in oe.  in inform the Dean would merely be; growing so weak thar i fin,red for m  ixteiiding knowledg- of Hojikius' mi1- j life, A doctor was called in, ami the  ���������������������������ondivt  to   another   person.     It   w.ouhl.   another, but without  avail.     I   becam  ;!;e lloor. but he did no-  ;' lirsr.--i\������������������>r did ins c-������������������������������������n'-  ���������������������������l-to   his   plight,   for   tV������������������������������������>  :ilg  Oie  steal'  fait itio1-  hii demanding Hop  ���������������������������.on  )i course, result in  tins' rei'ignation from the faculty."  "Vidl," said Fischer, "unless ve  'ish to see Oravdcm go to smash and all  >f us lose our'positions. Hopkins must  ea v e.  "But why cannot wc* bring that about  lurselve'*" said Rice. "It is near th.  o,d of the term. Hopkins is in ba*.  tealth For him to hand in his resign  ition now would create little or no com  nent.'"  Soft corns are difficult to eradicate  but llolh.wav's 'V.ni fun? will draw  them  out painlessly.  4io tbur<K*tt tosui ima>4a'       ���������������������������   ���������������������������  more and more iow spirited, aud wtUi  out any apparent reason would have fits  of crying'/' While, in thin condition, a  pamphlet was given me telling wdiat  !>r. Williams' Pink fills had done for  others, and T determined to give them  a trial. By tin- time t had finished a  few boxes'l began to get some sleep,  :tnd this greatly encouraged me. Then  ny strength began to rattirti, my nerves  grew steadier and in a few weeks more  f was feeling as well as ever I did in  my life, and you may be sure I will ab  wnvs gratefully recommend Dr. Williams' Pink fills to every one sick or  ailing, as they restored me to health  ���������������������������ind strength after all other medicine.-  had failed."  Vou can get those Pills from any  medicine dealer or, by mail at *>0 cent-  i  box or six boxes  for $'J."*0 from The  ~ThT  dubi  ou.-iv   at   the  slim   ladder  and  then  at  himvelf.  ' ��������������������������� Vait! " he gasped.  But th-y d'd not wait, and his eager  iic-s to I"'- in  at  the denouement   ovu  ������������������������������������������������������aim* his f-ars of tho descent.    Clum^  IV i,e ,.Mvti.i the h-obler.    At almost hi?  lii-Ht   -i"p'(i>   the   rounds,  il  began   '���������������������������  .-lidn   along   t  'iiOTie'-1" t ht= r.  ������������������������������������������������������a', io'M   t'b  ha I leached the floor and weie creep  v W ward the doorway h  from which cam-- onrm-v  wbiri"'!?. A- the ladder slip.ped entire  v from bf'i.nth him, Fi-fher clutcheo  it the --!ge of the skylight for sup  port, but in vai".  Th. th've ini.fe-sors had time to catcl  i single ileeting glimpse of the spac  tevoml thc par fit ion. As they expect  ���������������������������.'.'. frofo^sor HopkiuH was therr; but  .- thev had not expected, he wa- alone  'n one ham! he held a tall gradualint  .daft in which rh������������������-ro was some chemical  "oliiliiui. At lhis he c;������������������.7.ed in niT.it at  cation, as ir grad.unlly changed coloi  Me kept uu a running whisper of com  ���������������������������irnt to him.-el! ns the experiment pro  /���������������������������������������������������������������������������������(luucl.  "So!" thr-v hear him say.    "So!   A1  ast   1   have \m-coedod.     L   was   right  Ves. I  was rijvht  after all, and T" shnl'  bo famous.   H all rests with Ernesta-  mv' hnppinessi-mv hope!    lS\y   V'rrtsh!    Tar: noire of a falling laddei  arid an explosi'-e Herman oath, as Finch  CARE AND FEED IN WINTERING  HOGS  INDOUBTEDLV there are better  methods of caring for and wintering hogs than some of us are prnc-  butif we all give our views  ind methods to the-public, we can all  derive some benefit from one another;  for the practical hog breeder and feeder  will always be on the lookout for pointers: he will sift out those good methods  I hat.best, conform to existing conditions,  and use the material he has on hand  or that which will be cheapest for good  results. None but a selfish breeder will  try and keep all tbe good things to himself. We. should all try and" help out  '.he beginners in the same business we  ���������������������������ire iu, as there is nothing'so detrimental  o any business as to have a- beginner  'all flat.    It is thfc young man that .will  ake'our  places sooner 'ot later, and   it  '���������������������������arfed right, he .will..before we know  it. repay us in some way. ft is useless  to talk'lo.the Voting Kuow-lt-Alls. for  they will never ask for advice, but they  soon learn by experience at a high cost.  I consider tlie best way to get next to  one who wants 10 learn is to give our  ���������������������������views through the- press, for then they  can take it'for what they consider it  is worih or let it alone, aud follow their  same old ruts.        ���������������������������  Many successful breeders and feeders are always on the lookout for a better way than the one they have, and  if another method .looks practical to  them they will try it. and for this rea-  -i.n 1 think it advisable lo pass the good  melhods along so that all get a lit.tlc  benefit from them; and we. certainly ean  all get ?oine good by comparing notes.  One of thc principal things iu winter-  in" hogs is the housing, It is not necessary" try have a high juiced hpus':\:  -uniy  of  the  expensive   houses  will   in  he course of a  few years turn   into a  breeding place   for  most   of  the-  coiita-  rious hog diseases, unless disinfectants  are continuously m'ed.  . W.wt���������������������������*-. ������������������������������������������������������i-.iw'hb'r- tlie���������������������������best-is.- the.-ilb.  moie loom will repay itself jn one winter.  I would Jikc to hear of some of th.������������������  me'.liodii followed by other breeders, ax  we can. ail help one another by getting  closer togi-iher and exchanging' ideas.  Wo all make mistakes now" and then,,  but should try and' profit by some, of  them, and those made by others.  A man only progresses as he leariu  from the experience of himself and  others fallowing the same line of bust  im.-s. This is true of hog luisinoss at  well as, many oilier lines of busiuesa.  iEAKISH HARNESS IlvTVENTlONa  N no oilier place in the world eai  one see such evidences of the immense amount of energy wasted  over impossible or ' impractieabU  schemes as. in the fa lent Ollice at Wash-  ington. Two of these inventions hav������������������  reference to the safety of thoso that,  rifle- behind horses.  The first ij, an expedient to prevent  horses from running away. The con-"  tnvance consists of a strong chain pas*- -  ed about the forelegs of "the animal,  ���������������������������"id kept supported against his client  by a line secured to the dashboard, [f  the animal takes fright, and runs awar  the line- is simply loosened, allowing tfiig ���������������������������  chain to fall to the horse's knees. Thi*  is expected to throw him down and  break his le^s.  Another st.il] more ingenious expedient, aims not only at keeping the kors������������������  ironi running away, bur at protecting  him from exposure to storms and l& the '  rays of the sun, and at saving the enei-  gy wasted, in descending hills.  With a bold stroke the inventor lef*  all conventional methods, behind. H*  placed' the horse under the wagon in-  stead of before' it, arching the vehich  above him. Thus the'animal is protected from the weather and he- does'-not;  obstruct..Hie view..  . A strong canvas aud leather'band encircles the horse's' bodv. the ends- c/1  it being passed upward,through the hot.-  toiu of the wagon and aUachtd ly;  chains to a windlass above the flooring.  With this device, should the horse attempt to run away, or have to desceu^'  a steep hill, the driver cahnJv ttirnstlw  ciank aud lifts the animal J ft his feet.'  er  w;  TOTCl  ibl.r    propelled    hnlf-wa.t  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville  Ont.  across the laboratory .landing in a hea,  against the wall,  At the sound. Hopkins turnod sharpf  and for the first, time became aware o'  the presence of the intruders.^ The,--  could not move, and stood witherim.'  under his gaj'.e. ' His face became con  f-ortod with passion. He trembled inm  excess of ragf-. Then, with a scrcsmiitn:  imprecation, he rushed toward them  =till holding in one hand the gradn  ���������������������������itiiif glass, from which spilled sovcra  drops of the liquid. With the otho-  liand he clutched TCico by the throM  forcing the astonished -man backward  ���������������������������igainst Rice and Snyder. Hopkins'  face was the face of a madman, aud his  lividnui hog house���������������������������-Ux^ or .Sx<">���������������������������as they  can  be  phu-ea  in  1 in���������������������������������������������- and  all  but   the  i'ioiiI   covered with  straw until  spring:  It will make them divide up in buuehe.-  nf not  more than six,or oij'ht in a  pen.  If  the doors are so thai   they  open   to  'he   south,   and    n    small    tight    tenet  ;tlaced not  far from them, they can  be  left open  most  of the time for vmitila-  rifin: if tne funds or time aro not avail-  ,1.1..,   a   veil-built   straw   shed   will   he  hr-1 ter   t nan   -some-- hog--lioii,-e-- - <   n.i ve  -ecu, bid it should be built so that there  i* enough  ventilation.    The three (lilt*  thai were iu the winning Poland t'hiua  herd   at   Winnipeg,   where   the   females  were   rcniired   to   be   bred   in   Western  i'anada. were wintered with four olhei-  ��������������������������� ���������������������������( like age  in  a  straw  shed  S\L'.     Vou  -houbl by all means ������������������eo Hint  they have  i  drv  bed.     It   should    bo   chai.gcil   at  least' every two or three dav*.  for the  -team   produce.!   in   cold   weather   wil1  '���������������������������ai.se- it to get wet and unhealthy much  -ooner Ihan it  would in warm  weather.  Next in lino 1 consider oxerci-m. Have  'heir feeding places some distance from  heir sleeping quarters even if you have  o take off your coal  now and  then  t_o  hovel a  path  in  the snow  to  it.    Thi>  ;s    necessary   especially  with  the  ,m>ws  'iept   for breeding.     Fxercise  will  tend  0  make  them  stronger, and  Ihen  they  will   furrow   a   strong  and   large   littei  if the exercise is had long enough before breeding time.  it may be that the fall pigs will have  io be kept inside all the time through  rhe. severe cold weather; if so, it will  'to well to have their quarters close to  he cow or horse bam:' their they can  nke a run back of the cows an hour  ���������������������������iv so every day. Tt will be time well  ���������������������������ment, to see that they get this run.  Before winter sets in it is well to feed  i ration with a large percentage of oats  ind other muscle-forming feeds to make  hem strong. They do not need to be  ���������������������������'at enougli for market to stand the  ���������������������������igors  of  a  severe  winter,  but  a good  SMALL,   SWIFT,  SUES  rpilE  power pulley   is  an  e-Jeelricalh  JL     operated  winch   recently  dehighes  to   enable   quick   coaling  of   war "  ships.    Apart, from its, original destlna  lion   it   may,   however,   be   used   tor   j.  multitude   of   other   purposes   both   c>3  land and on  board ship.  'this pulley is designed for a load of  sixty pounds at a lifting speed of ivh  feet per second. Four seconds are  thus required for lifting rhe wbola  basket to a height of twenty-three feel  ���������������������������taking into account the acceleration'  in starling and the .slackening in stoy-  plug. The mot or is sullicientiy strnaj  tf> stand temporary'overloads up to out  hundreds   pounds.  _ Apart   from   its   simplicity   in   opera  tion, and. high working speed, tha power  j'.iney  is especially vaiiiaUle because ������������������T  it.- ease ot transport, the more oo as oj  the   modern   -hips   of  the   Dreadnought  type the deck should be cleared as- fx;  as possible for military operations  Tin motor is started by a simpi*  switch without a starling box. A simpi,-  deyice allows the hook when empty t������������������  be lowered as far as desired, so that  packages at any depth may be roachr^  t  -o|  'il  ;>1  \v  /HI-  ONE EETTER""-  a young  mini  proposes  diould   always   be   careful  cautioned  yo3  ano"  the  te-t    his   love.'  conservative  chaperon.  " P.'il 1 go one better, aunti-r.:" twit  tore.| tlie pretty girl.    "Do you se������������������ thii-  tii.y   bottle.'"  " Vr-?.    Does it contain porfunief"  " .Vo; it contains acid. 1 tost tho ?>  gagemont ring."  There is but one way to make siir*  o' a friend's regard. Be pounilesa. yr,S  pursuing.  intckly stops  coiiRh.it euros colds,  heul.%  ibe Ihrout uud lunds       -      ���������������������������       26 cunts  WEAK, SICKLY BABIES  MAKE HOME WRETCHED  No home is happy where there it u  -ick baby. The .sufferings of the liHh  one makes the whole household wretck  ed, for what ������������������������������������������������������'mother or father wonle  hot 'rather suffer themselves than tc  -ee their little one suffer. But there ii-  no reason for wretched homes because  baby is ill. Baby's Own Tablets wii!  cure all ���������������������������the minor ills of babyhood and  childhood; not only that, but an oep.a  sional dose of the Tablets will keet  baby well. Thousands of mothers have  found happiness through the Tablet*  making their little ones well and happy.  Among them is Mrs. C. C. Roe, oi  George-town, Out,., who writes: "1  .-an heartily recommend Baby's Owi  Tablets as a , help to the baby during  rhe hot, summer season. We have useo  them and are much pleased with their  results." The Tablets are sold by modi  ���������������������������ine dealers or by mail at 25 cents, i  hex from The Dr. Williams' Medic.itif  Co., Brockville, Out. THTT  ���������������������������i  \\>  ft  ft  III'  &  W DEE BY PEESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ft  mm>mm  wm������������������������������������mwm%&������������������&������������������������������������MmQt  FASHIONS   AND  FANCIES   '  IT is amusing'to  uote the  seomingly authoritative statements ihat are made from  time, to time, to the effect  that the hobble skirt is dead and consigned to the cur-  "tosity shop for good and all; tlu-n probably the week after  we find the same authority hedging on the previous state-  -.ail may be seen, the general lines of the figure will be'slim  uid straight. Thus apart from the cut of the skirt new  'ailor-mades will' differ very little in appearance from those  if last year. At the same time we will have a return of  'raped aud tucked corsagc'3 instead of tlie kimona blouse,  ���������������������������vhich has held sway so Jong. These will be cut with the  deeve in the piece, a short sleeve without joining at the  ������������������houkler. '  Before going any further, it may be as well to mention  i few of the latest novelties. In the .first place, a new and  Exceedingly smart trimming for tailor-mades is dressed  -heepskiu. The sheepskin is divested "of its wool, and is  ^craped down.with 'Knives in the same manner as kidskin  .s prepared for gloves. The' result is a soft, snow-white  earner, something li.ke suede. This-shows up with remark  able effect when used as revers and facings upon a jacket  of black velvet or as an edging to a tunic.      ,  Again, we have the long, close-fitting mantle of silk or  satin in very'high favor until the time of furs eonics round,  and perhaps even after that. These garments, which reach  practically to the foot of-the skirt, are in the one piece,  and are loosely adjusted at the waistv They are plain and  flat, without any adornment whatever beyond the big but-  tons-of the same materi.'il in front, the fancy collar, and the  lining, usually made of black silk or satin, as soft and'supple  as possible. They arc lined with the same material, but in  some delicate shade, such as fawn, cerise,'pale grey, or white,  which may be seen in the revers, or not openly shown at all,  but merely disclosed by glimpses as the mantle swings open.  The broad sailor collar still appears in these, but the most  fashionable style of the moment is,to have enormous revers  in front, entirely covering the breast and falling in folds and  gathers like a huge niftic.  The latest i'dea .in millinery also is to trim hats with  the entire skins of small animals like the musk rat' marmot,'  or polecat, the pelt being laid on. flat oyer crown'and brim,  usually without any"artilicial embellishment, such as,"'a head.  Of course,, with fur, in such demand, it is inevitable that  imitations should .be largely introduced, aud. of these the  common rabbit provides" the most usual -basis. They can  do tip rabbit skins so skilfully now as almost, to -defy the  detection of any but, experts. .Very much of the sealskin  used is made in this-way, which no doubt, accounts rfor- the  fact that this fur,will be-less fashionable this "wiuter than  it was-this time last .year, when it'-was all the rage. Rabbit skins, too, inay.be made" to imitate many Qther kinds  of fur, and, 'when r well made up. foteh quite* a high price,  even among the wholesale dealers.--    __.���������������������������    \ r      _���������������������������"   -  -" Likc'a sleeveless loosp coat 'of velvet' is another popular model,-to-bo ��������������������������� worn over*, a gown of. silk net or chiffon.  The skirt oftthe gown -has' aHrain, for^ no tea" gown -looks  well with a short skirt', .and the coat is'-long also���������������������������iu'.~fact,  like a long-mantle. As a rule it has no trimming and at  most has a narrow edge of gold passementerie. One of the  newest fads is the bordering of fur or feathers, but this last  idea has not yet been adopted to any extent. However, it is  one of this winter's designs, sable, ermine or skiing, being  Ihe .favorito furs. A royal blue velvet tea gown, with a  border of white ostrich feathers/ is a 'popular. design, but  this is one of-the few models that are shown where the entire gown is of velvet. The front is of lace or net, and  the gown is caught together ������������������������������������������������������at the bust, but is only fiu'.en-  wilh a clasp and is then left to fall loose.  SENDING PICTURES THROUGH  SPACE  A REMARKABLE deveJopmeut has  been accomplished in connection  with the telegraphing of pictures. Hitherto such work has been  conliued to certain newspapers, possessed of the requisite iiiiaucia] ability  and emorpriie to indulge in expensive  and deeply scientific de\icos of a del*  cate character, necessitating the services of a skilled opeiator. Now, however, it is possible for anyone to possess a picture telegraphing apparatus  and tluiti secure quickly pictorial illustrations  of i'iir-oll"  scenes.  This invention has been perfected  by .Mr. T. Thorne-Baker, whose telec-  trograph lias superseded the Korn apparatus for thc transmission of pictures between London and Paris_ or  -Manchester for the "Daily Mirror" of  London, li is a simplified modification  of the teleetrograph, great iugemiity  having been displayed in its design  and operation so as to render it workable by anyone. It is completely self-  contained and occupies no more space,  nor weighs more, than a typewriter.  Closed, and with a strap, it can be carried over the shoulder as if it wero an  ordinary camera.  The single apparatus can be used  both as a transmitter aud receiver.  There is the revolving drum over which  the style moves, transmitting and receiving the varied tones and shades  constituting detail which build up th-  desired image in a multitude of line'  The apparatus works at high speed anc  a picture can be transmitted over tw<  or three hundred miles of Iiue in a fe^  minutes.  Moreover, in order to meet specia  requirements the inventor has adapter  it to^ work in connection with wireles*-  telegraphy. In this case the piclur<  is reproduced in broad outline by meant-  of closely followed dots. In this  phase, tone, light and shade are no*  essential, a bare skeleton sufficing  This application is especially useful fo-  military and naval purposes. A plai  can be secured by photography, anr  within a few minutes by coupling uj  with the wireless, an outline of th'  drawing of the position can be in th>  hands of the general.  . The apparatus is. similarly within th>  reach of private residents and com  mereial houses and should be useful ii  transmitting diagrams, sketches, anc  drawings which have hitherto' had t(  be mailed or sent by train. ft It is onh,  necessary to call tip the number - required on the telephone line and reque-s-  Uio coupling-tip with the wire of tin  receiver, aud the pietojaal message eai  be- quickly transmitted, thereby saving  several hours of possibly valuabb  time.  TWO THOUSAND PHOTOGRAPHS A SECOND  ��������������������������� '  '  WILL the problem of aerial flight be finally solved by  the cinematograph? To the average person, perhaps,  there Bcoms no possible connection between the two.  When it is explained, however, that an"apparatus has recently beeu -���������������������������invented which will enable cinematograph pictures  to be taken*at tho rate of two thousand a second, affording  opportunities of fully investigating the flight of insects, and  thus arriving at a true understanding of the'many problems  met with in aviation, tbe value of the cinematograph to the  aviator will bo readily understood.  This cinematngraph is the outcome of experiments on the  part of a French scientist���������������������������Lucien Bull, of Paris���������������������������who has  doyeJ^jLeJ^a^mRt.A ugeoiin us=uicthodJ=-wbi-&h=grcatl)������������������-iiicreases'  the (scope of the cinematograph by augmenting' its speed  Whereas tho ordinary, apparatus takes from -thirty to fifty  pictures during a second, this high speed cinematograph  enables as many as two thousand views to be taken during  this short interval.  Black  Velvet  Coat  with Chinchilla Collar and Cuffs  -uent and asserting that, foolishly enough, fashionable wo-  aien seem still to wear it. The fact of tho matter is that  "he hobble skirt is not merely an eccentricity; it is a stylo  -tho style of the long, straight lines. Exaggerated, of  :our������������������e, it has been by the placing of two obvious extreme  oands around tho lower part of the skirt, but one must not  iC-su sight of the purpose of it all in condemning'the means  ' ised.  Now these bands aro not used, but tho effect they pro-  nicij .'is. still there, and skirts-are .-is tight as ever they  were. There is even less, too, of the gathered fullness of  i skirt of light materia" Tike mousseline do soie, pinched in  sy the broad baud completing tho foot of the skirt, which  tvas introduced somo weeks back for the alleged purpose  at" giving greater case. This could not be a successful iiino-  ration, for it never looked really nice, and the full-upper  part of the skirt has a tendency to bag and appear still  nore full whon the wearer was walkinsr.  #    *    *���������������������������        h  Thus, while tho winter fashions are still undecided, we  ���������������������������an bo sure of ono thing.    No matter what varieties of do-  . -   ,   THE  RAVENOCJS, RAT ,  ABEOENT flood in the" Ohio -River  ". drove   theJ big,   grey 'river   rati-  from- its   shores   and   retaining  walls through sewers to tbe stores .ano  residences  of  Middleport,   Ohio."  Tho morning after the flood hac  "reached its highest' point, a stream oi  .water broke through thc 'ceiling of &  meat shop in that town from a resi  dence above. A hurried iuvcstigatioi  showed that a-rat had gnawed awa"  more than half oija, two-inch lead pip*  leading to a sink above. The cuttings-  were left on the ceiling where the rat  had firm footing and a- good place tr  work. Evidently the rat was after tin  irrea.se lining the 'inside of the pi-pe  To reach that it was but necessary t<  cut a small hole in the pipe. ,-Why die  the rat go on aud cut the pipe mon  than half in two and for several inches  up and down?  A careful examination of the sectior  of damaged pipe shows conclusive!"  that the rat went at the job in i.  workmanlike way. After, cutting ji  hole through to the cavity, it cut Iron  each side with upward strokes fron  the lower jaw, each stroke o^thosharj  -teeth=3 eaaa n g���������������������������3a sti n ct=ni a rlta;   HE WAS A KIND KING  Till" late King Edward's good nature  was illustrated recently by a London correspondent   at   the   Press  ilub in Xew York.   -  "Thc King,'" said the correspondent,  'was visiting R afford Abbey, and one  norning, iu company witji his host/Lord  -Vivilp, lie _tool'_n "wtillt.overJ.tho _pre:.  ���������������������������erves.  "Suddenly Lord Pavilc, a big, burly  Unless worms be expelled from the  system, no child cau be healthy. Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator is the best  medicine extant to destroy worms.  ���������������������������, t  g!'/;t,/(V   \-    ;',  ������������������������������������������������������ '   i 'skX')  *****  y    t    *r~\   <jf  ' '.      ���������������������������     "    t   r  Black Velvet Hat with White Aigrette  ' The apparatus consists mainly of a pasteboard roll bear  ing on its' circumference a photographic film, which, undei  the action of an electric motor, rotates with extreme rapid  ity. No mechanical apparatus, of course, is able to open and  close the shutter ofv a photographic camera 2,000 times a  second. Moreover, the ordinary illuminants are far from  possessing the intensity required for producing a sufficient  impression On thc film during so short an interval. Tin  inventor therefore avails himself of the electric spark, whicl  unites, two most essential properties, viz., instaiitanoour  irradiating and enormous photographic efficiency. Aftei  starting the apparatus the sphrks are seen to pass the mon  rapidly as the speed of rotation of tho roller becomes higher  and each spark produces a photographic picture ou the por  tion of the film which happens to be in front of the object  being operated upon.  quickly  atopa coU|!Us.   cars*  oolds,   heals  (hi* Uiroat cad luojis.       ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������       *|fl caata.   1  "PILLS LIKE A FILE"  So Harsh and Drastic are Many Pilb  as to Seriously Injure Health  In a letter written from him home i>  Valencia. Mr. Marsh tSelwyn does set  vice to thousands by drawing atteutioi  to the .injuries inflicted upon dolieat*  people by drastic purgative pills.  "For a Ion:? time 1 suffered from coi>  use of pills. Like many another, J mad>  the  unwise  choice  of  using  pills  thai  were like lightning in their activity.  ~%  began   to be filled  with  intestinal  dif    .  turbances,  constant  rumblings,  gas  i)  the bowels aud diarrhoea.    I grew pah  and  emaciated.   .Then  the  doctor  tolr  me  drastic   irritating pills had  cause*'  catarrh of the bowels, an almost incui  able diseaso.    Explaining my situatio)  to a friend, he advised a trial of Di  Hamilton's   Pills. ,   I   speedily   expen  enced  the healing  and  curative  effe������������������>  they   exert on  the  stomach,.liver anr  bowels.    The intestines, freed from ii  ritating drugs, rapidly regained riatura  toue, the bowels acted as if nature anc *  not Dr. Hamilton's Pills were at work ,  I know it will be of value of thousand*  to know that a pill as inild and.curs,   :  tive as Dr. Hamilton's is available t<  the ailing.''  Por  bowel  disorders,  sick  headaehi -  constipation,- liver   and    stomach, dt  rangement, there is no pill so invariably  sure to cure as Dr.. Hamilton's Pilh   -  Refuse a substitute.   Sold'in 25e boxet - -  all  dealers,   or  The   Catarrhozone" Co'. ,  Kingston, Out.  nan,'rushed forward and seized a sliab--"  iy fellow with a dead pheasant pro'trud- _  ug from the breast of his coat.  ���������������������������' 'Sir,' belaid to the King, 'this fel-   ���������������������������  ow is a  bad egg.    This is the second,  -imc I've caught him poaching:'- ���������������������������   .  "But the King's naudsome face beamed, and he laughed his gay and tolerant*-,  ;augh. -l ,    "-,    -  " 'Oh, let him go,' he said. 'If^he-;.--  -eally were a bad egg, you know he";-  wouldn't poach.' "        ' ���������������������������"-     '-'.,  Your   DruPTKlst  "Will   TcJl  You"-  Murine Eye Remedy Relieves" Sore ISye*.  Strengthens Weak  Eyes.   Doesn't  Smart,  Soothes Eye Pain, and Sells-for ,50c. Trj  Murine   in   Your   Eyes   and   in   Baby'f  Eyes for Scaly Byelida a.ntl GranulaU������������������c '  ' ���������������������������> <v'  CJJRED  OF LAME BACK WHEN. 8'_ .-.   '  Mr. Samuel Martin, of "Straihroj -';".  Ont.; passed twenty, years' of his-lif.' r>, jM  in misery, suffering tortures iroin' lam. v'-"v-' '  back. lie tried nearly'-all-advertiser.'-"-v."^  remedies and household recipes, but-'wj'-j'/r^l  ceivod no benefit from "any gt tk6m.-~.,.:-::$������������������������������������.!  Somo months'ago, seeing "Gin-;Pill..^l";J>,[  advortisedj-Mr.-Martin pnrchased;a>bp3;^5%Sr|  The relief, which"Mr. Martin exp'erieuc"v,t������������������>^I  ed after taking one box, was so^'grea^'p^l  that he'knew he had fdund''"the>rigli":"-'?'"*."v-4j  remedy at last. lie used .two-*' mor<.l,r>r-j;l[  boxes, and is now completely ciifed.vJ--;^^  , Fifty cents a box, Hix for $2.50."7-A,.,>;..^l:>.|  all-dealers." Pree sample if 'you ��������������������������� ���������������������������writV -;.}'C I  the National' Drug'- & * Gnomical ' Gu\ ,'*���������������������������' ^|  (Dept. B. P)., Toronto.    ' .'.      '     /:;:"V:~'"  to ft ������������������*r������������������, plMMnt, aatiaepfc  Hutment tot redndnf Vftrlo  Vein* to ��������������������������� normal oonditlom;  hMil&f th������������������u eren after thai.  h������������������T������������������ broken, itoppLn* the pall  quickly, oreroomfnf tbe ������������������otm -  neat, reetorlar the droulatlof  ia a reasonable Jesfth of tim* '  A.lao a auooeafflil - remedy- if'  treating Yarleodtlee, prnHaSm  ���������������������������welltDjc*. tootbjMJhe.' ***'���������������������������'  rwdgla, rheamatlem.rliettnaT  ���������������������������Uo or foatj depoelta, boa>  lona,  corn*, .brolaea, lmm4  back, etlff neek. Afoodreaa  tAj to have in the honae If  ease the children getabadtnl  bruUe, strain,' eore throat, oi  ���������������������������ome painfnl titrable wherei  ������������������ood liniment would be asefm   XBSORBLNE, JK.,pen������������������Q������������������������������������e3  I* lim *e������������������t of th* u-otjblo qalddy vritbout okaHat ������������������nr ������������������  e������������������T������������������nl*n<M. Prlo* |L������������������*4 ot, IS.O&tf o������������������. bottle. At d  Jnimtirw or deUrerti. Book JF frr* M������������������nuffcot������������������r������������������l onljrj������������������\  ���������������������������7F. lfOUNG7P. D. F~J18"T������������������mpli 8t., Spflnffleli*, M������������������������������������f~  LTMin, U4., ���������������������������������������������tr������������������l, C������������������*U1u leaato.  ilw tunbk*4 *T ���������������������������iKTIJI BOLK * WTimt CO., WI������������������������������������lfM  THI XATlOKlb DKC9   "��������������������������� CHIJIlClL Ca. WUil^tf * G*  ���������������������������V7: aai ILUIIJUaoa ���������������������������������������������������������������. OO^ U4, T������������������  ~ni  Home  DYE I ft!G  la th* way to  Save Money  _ *������������������^  Press Well  Try It I  Simple a������������������ Weehlitf  with  JUST THINK 01* IT I  t>T������������������������������������ Wool, Cotton. Silk or Mixed OooAt r������������������ii*ctlr  with lh������������������ SAME Uy������������������--No ch������������������nc������������������ of mlitakri F������������������t  mnd B������������������-������������������uaful Colon It c*nu, frorn your Drusglit or  D..l������������������r S.d<) for Color Cird ind STORY Booklrl. 7i  Th*  John������������������oo-Rich������������������r<l������������������on Co , Umln<l.  Montr*il  A New Head In 30 Minutes  Exchaflfo th������������������t achlne. throbblns, safferlnE. muddlitd head  for a clear, cool, comfortable one by taidne a  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafer  25c. a boi at your drueeists' or by mall frcm  National Drue ������������������Jid Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,   McntretL  2S  SHEE238*  FOR  THAT NEW HOUSE  Sackeit Plaster Board  The Empire Brands of Wall Piaster  \  MAXUPAOTUUKD ONl,Y BY  ] The Manitoba Gypsum ��������������������������� Co., Limited  WTSfllOFafe. iSA*.  R." THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 2, 1911  We have  on cut at all times,  and our aim is to  give  good   service.  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables |  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  <������������������ Prompt attention to all customers %  Land-seekers  and Tourists in- &  y vited to give us a trial. <���������������������������������������������  Wanted���������������������������man to handle small bush  proposition on Okanagan Lake.  Should have couple of teams, or  more, and small outfit. Okanagan  Lake Lumber Co., Ltd. Okanagan  Landing, B. C.  For the cold  that "hangs  on" try���������������������������  or li  X Chlor  Most effective where the cold  is deep-seated  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ClifT St. ' Enderby  SIDE-STEPPING' EEAULATIONS  Cooking Stoves  Coal and Wood  Heaters  Ranges, Etc.  I have added a standard line  of these goods and am prepared to quote you prices.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  ^(3 LIMITED.SSW  ENDERBYB.C  1 To the Editor the Enderby Press:  \    Dear Sir:   I take the liberty of re-  ! questing you to grant me the use of  'your valuable columns to direct the  ; attention of all importers of nursery  | stock to Sec. 4 of   the Horticultural  ��������������������������� Regulations,  which provides that certified    invoices   of    all shipments of  J nursery stock, trees and plants, must  be furnished to the Inspector of Fruit  Pests, at    Vancouver,    at   the   time  when such shipments are delivered for  inspection.  The reason for this is that when a  case of goods arrives, we know by  the invoice what it should contain,  and are prepared to check the contents over with tbe invoice. This  greatly expedites the business of inspection and enables us to deal  promptly with all importations.  It is clearly in the interest of the  importers that we should be able to  detect any mistake that may have  been made in shipping the goods. All  this was carefully considered when  the Horticultural rules were adopted,  but unfortunately many of the importers neglect to' comply, with this  regulation.  I would therefore urge that a general     observance   'of    this   rule    be  ft  adopted.  The importations of nursery stock  are largely on the increase, and I am  just completing additional facilities  for inspection.  Our staff will be doubled this year  so that whatever delays may' have  occurred in the past may be avoided  in future, if the importers comply  with the regulation above referred" to.  Thanking you for your assistance, I  ani,  yours faithfully,  THOMAS    CUNNINGHAM,  , ' Fruit Inspector;  Watch our Windows  for  Special Bargains  COMPANY  Every Department  Offers  Great Bargains  Furniture  Carpets   Rugs  Upholstered Goods  PROFESSIONAL  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor *-���������������������������  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  .    Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon. 4 to 5  Evening:. 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. ClifT and George Sts. ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyaneer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block. Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular ��������������������������� meetings firnt  Thursday on or after tbe  full moon at S p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  THE FLOUR that gives good  STEADY   satisfaction.    Made  only from the choice HARD grains of  NORTHWEST hard wheat.  ���������������������������      THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  WALTER ROBINSON  W. M.  J. C. M ETC A LP  Secretary  r%L ������������������- ������������������-R           _.v"**3������������������S'... Eureka Lodge, No. i0  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in 1. 0.  0. F. hall. Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always    welcome. R. BLACKBURN. N. G.  R. E.WHEELER. Sec'y,  W. DUNCAN, Treas.  We handle in our Furniture Department the only stock  of furniture in Enderby. Nicely displayed; every  piece open to inspection; prices right. When in the  market for house furnishings, call and get prices.  Groceries  If you haye dealt with us, you will know the high  quality of our stock. If you have not tried us you  should let us prove to you wherein we can save you  money.   Good service.  M  Enderby  COMPANY  B. C.  REAL ESTATE IN THE NORTHERN  OKANAGAN  Offers the best bargains to be had in the Province for all.  purposes of Agriculture.   Irrigation unnecessary.  260 Acres Land���������������������������4 miles from Enderby;'  35 acres   have   been seeded to al-   fplfq ���������������������������RriftPl-yaS-p>>r-a.r.re;-j2,0 0Q-dnwn,- balance .on terms.  ���������������������������-  ���������������������������  I  r  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  i  ���������������������������  !  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-  -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� +  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch |  White Holland  Turkeys I  Toulouse Geese t  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.-A few S. C. White Leghorns  and  White Wyandottecockerels   i  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  WM. ANDERSON. C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R. J.COLTART. M.F.  K. of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainrnenta.     For rates, etc, apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E., Enderby ���������������������������  IN   THE   CHURCHES  for sale, froiti same strains as my winners  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  Prices on application.  Enderby, B. C. i  + ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co. Enderby  pHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. George's Church,  ^ Enderby���������������������������Service every Sunday 8a.m., 11a.m.  and 7.30 p.m. LATE celebration of Holy Communion 1st Sunday in month at 11 a.m. Sunday  School at 10 a.m. N. Enderby Service at 3.15 p.  m.. 2nd Sunday in month. Hullcar���������������������������Service at 3  p.m. 4th Sunday in month. Mara-Service at 3 p.  m. 1st and 3rd Sundays in month. Regular meeting of St. George's Guild last Friday in month at  3 p.m. in St: George's Hall. Rev. John Leech-  Porter, Vicar.  METHODIST CHURCH���������������������������Service, Sunday 7:30  p.m. Junior Epworth League, Tuesdays p.  m. Prayer Meeting, Thursday 8 p. m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m.  C. F. CONNOR, Pastor.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Sunday School,  *��������������������������� 2:30 p.m.; Church service, 11 a. m.; Young  People's meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m.  D. CAMPBELL, Pastor.  SMALL DEBTS COURT  SITS every Saturday, by appointment at   p.m  Graham   Rosoman.   Police  and   Stipendiary  Magistrate.  POST OFFICE  HOURS- 8 a. m. to 6:30p. m.: mails close, south  bound, 10:00 a.m.; northbound, 4:00p.m.  160 Acrea Land���������������������������With large finished h ouse, good stables and outhouses; 13  acres cleared; 3 seeded in clover; 130 bearing trees, 84 coming on; two  good streams of water. An excellent bargain for ? 6,500; half cash,  balance with interest in one year.     Ideai fruit land.  90 Acres Land���������������������������H miles from Enderby; level land; excellent for general  farm purposes. Will sell in 20-acre blocks. Price, $75 per acre; one  third down, balance on terms.    A good bargain.     Large river front.  50 Acre's Land���������������������������25 acres bottom'land~ balance bench 'land; "good 5-rbbrned"  house, stable and outhouses; 22 acres   cleared   and   in   hay.     Price,  $4,200; on terms.  CARLIN ORCHARD LANDS���������������������������Map an d plans, with prices, can be seen at  this office. These lands offer splendid inducements to parties desiring small acreage near station .  18 one- and two-acre blocks of City property in residential portion. On  good terms.  H. W. HARVEY  Real Estate and Insurance Agent  Agent for Thc National Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford;   The Nova Scotia Fire Insurance Co.,   Th*>  London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd.  ENDERBY  GRINDROD  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shcok the snow of Sandon-  off his feet he came here, and now .owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an 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."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  KingEdwardHotel,PHMURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  1  ��������������������������� ������������������  M

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