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Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly Feb 17, 1910

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 >��������������������������� (_____ t_i_>____N_ H   _S������������������_ - m  _#"  %  _*f>  I'Jfc. _  1^.  I.  i_  P-  R;  ^X^-*- <^=<l<^J^  ll  * I     ' i" *0_  if.     <%\  \\Q       .0  V_\  *  ;^  News in and About  Enderby and District  The birds sent to the Winnipeg Poultry Show by Mrs. Waddell were returned Wednesday morning. She won  everything in Partridge Wyandottes:  . 1st cock; 1st, 2nd and 3rd hen; 1st, 2nd  and 3rd pullet; special for best display  in this class.  In commenting on the exhibit of  birds from distant points in the Winnipeg presB, Dr. Bell said the showing of  these birds from Enderby was far ahead  of anything on exhibition in this class,  and he paid a great compliment to the  Hazelmere poultry ranch and Mrs.  Waddell.    "     .      ,  The report of the winnings of other  local exhibitors has   not been received.  The garden rake and hoe.  That Spring feeling: has you got it  yet ?  Mrs. Fisher will establish millinery  parlors in Enderby this Spring.  x One way to avoid unkind criticism  is to say - nothing, be nothing, do  nothing.  Mr. and Mrs. Speers and son returned from a brief visit to Vernon  on Monday.  Enderby needs a curfew law and a  policeman. If you don't believe it  wait and see.  The Band boys gave a very enjoy,  able social dance in K. P. hall on  Monday evening.  C. S. Handcock returned from a trip  to Chicago a few days ago. Snow was  waist-deep on the streets wtien he left.  P. H. Murphy was called to Revelstoke Tuesday evening on business in  connection with his mining property.  A meeting of the Enderby Conservative Association will be held in Attorney  Banton's office  Friday eve., Feb. 18th.  The city fathers are, going to have  the grounds about the' city hall laid  out iuto flowers and shade trees, the  grounds handsomely fenced, with a  broad cement approach and appropriate steps up to the, entrance. If  you want to keep up with the procession, look to your garden tools !  C. P. R. Agent Burnham' and family are in charge of the Enderby station,' having moved in last Friday.  Mr. Burnham comes, to Enderby from  the highest position In the C.P.R.  service���������������������������Field Station. He is not a  stranger in the Okanagan Valley,'  however, having? been employed by  the company at the several stations  from time to time.  Last Wednesday evening Skip McDonald brought a crack rink of cur-,  lers up from Vernon and played -two  games, on the Enderby ice, winning  both and making everybody-happy in  the operation. ��������������������������� When the ia'st game  was over���������������������������it was skipped by Murphy,  and happened to. be,the first game  Paddy has lost to an. outside-rink .on.  thc   Enderby   ice���������������������������Mr.  The curling rinks have failed somewhat to keep up with the schedule  the past week owing to the visiting  rinks being - entertained, but some intensely interesting games���������������������������for the  players, at least��������������������������� were pulled off.  Evans's rink won from Keith and  Taylor; Scott won from Hancock,  Matthews won from Keith and Evans;  Keith won from Scott; "Murphy from  Bell.  Last Sunday some boys and olders  entered the curling rink and got the  stanes out and had a round of the  roarin' game. Sunday evening they  became braaen at,the sport, and had  another game by electric light. Two  Sundays ago, they left two stones on  the ice, where they froze and had to  be chopped out. This ,rink is on city  property. If it' were on private  grounds the curling club would have"  someone police it. Isn't it up to the  city to., afford the club some' protection ? -  Work of City ��������������������������� Council  at the Last Meeting  A busy meeting of the City Council 'in absolute   accord    with, those held*  ENDERBY    PRICES  Eggs  ; .*. ..: 40c doz  Butter 35c . tb.  Potatoes -   Onions     _   was held last Wednesday evening, the  Mayor and all members present.  Aid. "Hutchison, Chariman of the  Health Committee, reported the action taken in dealing with" the sick  and destitute family of Mrs. Bass. A  ticket to Montreal and cash for in-  cidentals en route, amounting in all  to $85 was provided by the city, and  the sick lady returned to the home  of her parents, "accompanied by her  husband. The action of the committee was confirmed by the Council.  Clerk Rosoman was instructed to  prepare the papers transfering to H.  A. Preston the piece of ground owned  by the city and used as a nuisance  ground.  The Auditor's Report together,with  the financial   statement    of the city  was read and received,, and consideration of the   recommendations made  i in. the report laid over until the next  ?i.25-cwt ��������������������������� raeeting. ..   . /    ...  ... $3. cwt j   A letter-was received from the City  ...$21 ton1  Important business.  The good people of Hullcar and  Deep Creek will hold a mask ball in  the Hullcar-Deep Creek hall, next  Friday evening, Feb. 25th.  The Chinamen had their innings  last week, and the small boy and  powder were enough to drive to zero  and back again the .devil and all his  angels.  Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Peel entertained  Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wright and a  number of friends at their comfortable  home on Russell street last (Wednesday) evening.  A parish hall is being built in connection with the St. George's church,  on the Knight street property of the  church. Blanchard & English have  the contract for the work.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society will hold an Apron Sale and  afternoon tea at the home of Mrs.  F. Stevens, Sr., on Tuesday, March  1st, from 2:30 till 5 p. m.  'The Anniversary    of  Baptist    church   will  Feb. 27th.   Rev. D. J.  B.    D.,   of   Kelowna,  preacher    morning    and evening.    A  cordial invitation is extended to all.  Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sharpe and  children left for their new station in  the C. P. R. service on Saturday.  In their residence in Enderby Mr. and  Mrs. Sharpe made many friends, who  will wish them much success at Donald, their mountain home.  C_Xot'..__...:.":.:_..Z...Z".L2Kwt'ColJncil 6f - Vancouver, setting, forth  Turnips  $1.. cwt-the ideas; of .,that-...body..relative jto  Murphy "took [Parsnips ....!'... $1.75 cwt the. government - ownership ' of tele-  victor and    vanquished   to the King LWinter Apples' $1.75 box phones,  and   asking co-operative ac-  Edward where   he   set up out-of his      Cyphers incubators and brooders, at.tion.   The   clerk   was    instructed to  own pocket a supper for thirty-five-   I A. Fulton's hardware store.  - .  ��������������������������� ���������������������������   ���������������������������    reply that'the   views expressed were  WALKER'S  WEEKLY  Published every Thursday at Enderby, the Gate-Way of the famous Okanagan. Land of the B.c Canadian Red Apple and the California of Canada  /  " Entered ii. the Post Office at Enderby. _. C, as seoond-ciass matter.  "In order to be poor in the Okanagan, you have to waste an awful lot of Time and Money."  II.    M.     >V  ___.  K  i:  u  -q | cal- option legislation, but because in  ONE  MAN.S POINT OF VIEW  i; taking this   stand    he is simply but  .  BELIEVE in local option,  ^lieve^-in^personal^option .==  lieve the   man   who   wants to  the Enderby  be celebrated  Welsh, B. A.,  will   be   the  drink should not be legislated off the  map by the man who doesn't.     For  the same reason I believe in woman i  suffrage: I   believe   the   women who I  want to   vote   should   not   be kept!  from voting by the women���������������������������male and  female���������������������������who don't.  . I believe .the attitude of the option  leaders' since the   defeat of the local  option plebescite, is inclined to make  more   enemies   than   friends for the  cause they hold so dear.   In the face  of the   defeat   suffered   at the polls,  I firmly determined   to   abide    by the  ^q'result of   the   plebescite.     Had the  plebescite   carried,   we   should   have  be- '  been given the legislation.   This was  Premier^McBride  The  I  -I-be-  agreed upon,   an"d;  would be as good as his word,  plebescite   failed    to   carry  one-half j  | the votes cast, and Premier McBride,  in justice   to   all  classes, cannot do  otherwise than refuse to bring down  the legislation.   The local option advocates    ought   to    be     reasonable  enough"to admit this,  however sincere  they" may" be in their request" for-such  legislation.      But they are not, and j  now they   are   prepared to condemn  ffui HEN Francisco Ferrer died by  VS_- gunshot wound at the command of the Spanish Government���������������������������a  legal murder- rivalling those of the  dark days of the Inquisition���������������������������it was  believed by   those   who did not un-  derstand_that_=theJ==.man_^had_died_in    vain.   But did    he ?     Did he !   Well, j debtors that their property woul<TbTr  no !   It has been said that the man jsold unless payment were made with-  of ideas is never   so   much alive as  *" the Period specified by law.  when he's dead.  by the Council, and citing the action,,  taken by the B. C.-Municipalities in  bringing the matter before the government.-    .       ��������������������������� -  -* '"���������������������������'  '  The by-law relative to the management of the City Hall, was read the  second    time     and .passed    without;  amendment.               .        -     _      ���������������������������  Tenders were '��������������������������� received from *H. H.  Worthington,   for   $85, , and'  N.H.  Kenney,   $60,  to act as' assessor -for. ,���������������������������  the current year".   The" tender. of Mr.  Kenney was accepted and he appointed to the position. .    ���������������������������     -  It was "decide to ask the Hon. Mr.  Ellison to be kind enough to.take/  steps to have the balance of the tax-.-,  es collected by the government for -  the year, 1905 'on- behalf * of the City ]'  paid' over without. further, delay,    "i; .;..  The '.trade -license fixed by the Coun- -  cil.payable by.E., J.-Mack.shall, be .  $10 every, six months, and,of A*.;L.:  Matthews, $5 every six months. -The .,-  water rate of A." L. ��������������������������� Matthews,, was..;.  fixed at $3 per' month,' including''--  house and t stable'.;-. ^ V'^ ������������������������������������������������������  '"'^ ���������������������������;;">>''.-' .  On motion; of Aid." Evans,' seconded-  by Aid. Ruttan,. it was unanimously  decided to withdraw the sum of $1000' ;  from the Bank of Montreal (account  .  sinking fund No. i) and to"lend it on '".'  first mortgage, of   improved agricul-   '.  tural land,, to A.'-D.   Stroulger, ,En:-v  derby, for the period of three years  at 8 per cent. ....  The Mayor   was   asked,to see Mr.  A. R. Price," provincial constable, and -  to ascertain   whether   it   would-;-be  possible for him to act as city constable.     *   '-' .'""���������������������������-  The Mayor   also   undertook to see   "  Mr.  J.  C. English' with reference to  the work of the "fire department.  The   Clerk . was instructed to send  out notices notifying delinquent ��������������������������� tax ���������������������������  Listen. Ferrer was  a Mason ! That's nothing ? Maybe  not. Ferrer was a Mason, high up in j  the order. He was a Mason who  kept his record true. And now the  Masons have raised over one hundred  thousand dollars to -found a Modern  School in Rome.   This school will be  the government and all its works. It  has further been decided to appeal to  when less than one-half of,the voters  the Dominion   Government   in order  voted in favor of local option l'egia-  thftt the Dominion temperance act, or  lation, the leaders gathered at Victoria last week and requested Premier McBride to introduce a ,bill at  the present session of the legislature  to provide for local option���������������������������exactly  what the people decided by their  votes not to do. Premier McBride,  in reply, stated that the government  had very fully considered the matter  of local option, and it had been resolved not to bring down any legislation along the lines suggested during the present session. The premier  informed the deputation that the  government had brought down legislation for the better control of the  liquor traffic, and as the law was to  be very strictly administered, ,he  thought and hoped that it would do  much to, bring about the conditions  sought by local optionists.  Premier McBride will be commended  for the stand he has taken.' Not  particularly because it is against lo-  what is known as the Scott act, may  be brought into effect.  While not wishing to question the  sincerity or the motives back of  this policy, of the temperance people, we believe we voice the sentiment  of a vast majority of the people of  British Columbia when we say they  might be sincere, but they are not  honest. If they are determined to  straddle the neck of the popular vote  and make us drink cold water whether  or no, popular opinion will revolt,  and they will do infinitely more harm  than good. * Isn't it strange that  these reverend gentlemen should  so persistently and consistently go  against the magnanimous spirit of  the patient Christ, and adopt the  policy of the walking delegate rather  than that of the earnest businessman  who attempts to see in every movement the rights of both parties���������������������������and  all parties.  ! under the very caves of the Vatican,  land its name will be, "The Francisco  'Ferrer School." A tablet in front of  I the school will tell who Ferrer was,  i  and why ancl how he died,  ooo  When last year opened, thc City set  about to build a sidewalk and plant  trees along the river shore running  from Mill street to Cliff. The matter  was dropped before it became active.  Wonder if it could be revived this  year? It would be to the everlasting  credit of the present city fathers if  they would thus transform .this natural promenade from a dumping  place with all its foul smells and  swarms of flies, into a beauty' spot  where flowers bloom and there could  be pleasure and rest on the evening's  stroll in the good old summer time.  In its present condition, when the  summer suns beam warm and mellow  this spot which at very little cost  could -be made so attractive, is not  only unattractive, but is a breeding-  place for disease-carrying flies���������������������������and  some other things.  ooo  The flower gardens.  Don't forget the church bazaar in  the building next door to the Walker  Press,' which takes place this- (Thursday) afternoon and' evening. It is to  be given by the Ladies Aid of the  Methodist church,-and-in view, of .the.  near approach of the opening of .'the  new church, the ladies need the money.   Refreshments will be served, and  there is  no limit to  what you can  i  'eat. Dr. Keith's office is right next  door. A fish pond will be run in  connection, and if; you fall in and  fail to come up, the newspaper office  is right next door the other way,  and we will write your obituary free  of charge. Candies, cakes and fancy  articles will be on sale. Don't be  backward. Thc ladies need the  money. Furnishing a new church is  like furnishing a new home, only  moreso. And it all goes to help the  community:  JUST LIKE ENDERBY  Winnipeg, Feb. 10.���������������������������When the 22nd  annual bbaspiel opened here yesterday, there were 187 rinks ready for  business. It is estimated that over  1000 curlers from all parts of Canada  and many states of the Union are  present.  I have for sale four town lots each  60x120ft-,' facing on two desirable  streets, centre of town; will be sold  cheap.   Apply, James Mowat. T  %/ p$t>������������������42h ������������������  yja.  %& &  I  i  H  8.3  5  OR, THE NEW MISTRESS A'  L .vuKCL,   F<_i_L  twenty, from one of Dr. Kennedy's  reputed wealth.  Janet had seen that everything  was done for ths comfort of thc  travelers, .-ind then out behind the  smokehouse had scolded herself  soundly for crying-, when she ought  jj 11. appear brave, and encourage her  || ��������������������������� young mistress.      l.ut the slightest  j , hint had slie received that she was  ,3 j not to follow them in a few weeks,  Jf, ____ when  at parting little Maude  chased at 14c. per pound.    A good [ .^^e^^MC^.^^^^.******  e  *���������������������������*_*_ y**^^i^tT_ __,^*<.T ������������������������������������^^"  ***=^^rf*^*v___������������������a___4**_������������������___-__Kv^^i^ij_:. ___^^  ���������������������������x" .  ��������������������������� an. fyrgi���������������������������r oi _-j r/rixr*  3t������������������_A_ I___*_T4I__J. uri~k__i  CHAPTER 1  ad _  for  him    th:_t   sh  ���������������������������(Continued.)  Hud  Mrs.   I.omiugt'm  (.-a red   less  .wa    <.j-...  ni; ,ht  in a letter  i. vun.  uf  nunc  Lo  ���������������������������       i scene;,   .nd  !'-'SS  i  have wondered liow injur.' moro dis- j .      .������������������.r  agreeable maxims he had in .store. J in'-ui:ii-.;  But love is blind, or nearly so; and   c'^<^  when, as if .'o make amends for his  remarks,   he  caressed  lu-r  with  an  unusual   degree of tenderness,   the  impulsive    woman    felt   that     she  would  call  hcr  daughter  anything  which   suited   him.       Accordingly,  when at last Maude returned to the  parlor, with her dress changed, her  ivon!  aii     unnecessary  .-ou can easily write it-  clung to her skirts, beseeching hcr  : in go, she comforted ihe child by  telling hcr what she would bring  her in (ho autumn when she came.  Half a dozen dolls, as"many pounds  of candy, a dancing jack, and a  mewing kitten, were promised, and  Ihcn thc faithful creature turned to  quality brings a profitable market-  price  COWS AND CASH.  Dairy farmers in Canada should  think seriously of what might easily be accomplished by a very Utile extra often t. Very few would  pass by thc opportunity of picking  up five, or six five do  huge, sum of money i:  owners   _f dairy cows.  Not only is present cash value assured for the application of a little  brain power, but a solid and permanent improvement of dairy conditions, a distinct raising of the  whole status of dairy farming, u  measurable    gain  in    contentment  ?  _������������������  . -  JJ _4  H-_     ���������������������������������������������-_$    ;4  Iii a   ia q   _  &.&.__ A ������������������_._������������������������������������������������������_   A  U  ������������������9S<?<__t__^0_)'4^<_s������������������������������������_������������������������������������S������������������.  BLUSHING.  ar bills.    A  waiting fur  curls arranged, and her dimpled  cheeks shining with the suds in  which they had been washed, she  was prepared to say Matilda or  whatever else pleased his capricious fancy.  '"'Littlo girl," he said extending  his hand towards her. "little girl,  come here. I wish to talk with  you.'"''  Bufc the little girl hung back, and  when the mother insisted upon her  going to the gentleman, asking if  sho did not liko him, she answered  decidedly, "No, I don't like him,  and he shan't be pa. cither;"  "Maude, daughter!" exclaimed  Mrs. llemington, while Dr. Kennedy, turning slightlv pale, thought  "wretch!" but said, "Matilda,  come here, won't you?"  " 1 ain't Matilda," she answered,  "I won't be Matilda���������������������������I'm Maude,"  nnd her large black eyes Hashed  defiantly upon him  thought  whose,  only to  est wish'/ But Harry was gone,  and the man with whom she now  had to deal was an exacting, tyrannical master, to whose will her own  must ever be   subservient.      This,  however,  she  did  not then  un dor-  She knew he was not at  stand  a  like iiarrv.  T-T..  with a corner of her stiffly starch-  eel white apron, and holding up one  foot to keep her from soiling hcr  clean blue cotton stockings, for, in  accordance with a superstition peculiar to her race, she had thrown  after the travelers a- shoe,  by way  but she fancied that I of insuring them good luck.  the difference consisted in his being  so much older, graver, and wiser  than hcr husband had been, and so  with a sigh, she yielded the point,  thinking that Janet would bo the  greater sufferer of the two.  That evening several of hcr acquaintance called to see thc bridegroom elect, whom, in Mrs. -Remington's hearing,thcy pronounced  very fine-looking, and quite agreeable in manner; compliments which  tended in a measure to soothe her  irritated feelings and quiet lhe  rapid beatings of her heart, which  for hours after she retired to rest  would occasionally whisper to her  that the path she was about to  tread was. far from being strewn  with fiowcrs.-  "He   loves   mc.    I    know  (To be continued.)  It was in vain that Dr. Kennedy j thought, ���������������������������'though his manner  coaxed and Mrs. llemington threatened. Maude had taken a dislike  to ihe stranger, and as hc pcrsited  in calling her Matilda, sho persisted in refusing to answer, until at  last,, hearing' Janet pass through  the hall, she ran out to her. sure  of finding comfort _ and sympathy  there.  ".1 am afraid 1. havo suffered  Maudo to have her own way too  much, and for thc future I must bo  more strict with her," said Mrs.  llemington. apologetically;" while  the doctor replied,   " I  think,  my  self,  a little  wholesome  discipline  would not be amiss. 'Tis a n_a_;im  of mine, spare the rod ami spoil tlie  child; but. of course, I shall not interfere in the matter."  Thc  last he said because he saw  shadow Hit oveS*; the fair nice .of  tnr������������������ who  she  of  showing it is so different from  Harry, but T shall become accustomed to that after a while, and be  very, very happy," and comforted  with "this assurance she tell asleep,  encircling within her arms thc little  Mai.de, whose name had awakened  bitter memories in the heart of him  v.-ho in an adjoining chamber bat tied with thoughts of the lark past,  which now, on the eve of his second  marriage, passed in sad review before his mind.  Memories there were of a gentle,  pale-faced woman, who, when her  blue eyes were dim with coming  death, had shudderingly turned  away from him, a:, if his presence  brought her more pain than joy.  .Memories, too, there were of another���������������������������a  ucorJcoslv beautiful erea-  4r  On tlie Farm  .-<_<$��������������������������� 04-0 $��������������������������� 0-4<>-*-C_^<>4-0-^0-> O .O  A COW'S ACCOUNT.  Farmers, do you keep records? It  is doubtful if there is anyone thing  that will add more to thc interest of  farm labor, or mtike its usefulness  more apparent in shorter time than  ono simple method of figuring.  Supposing that mixed farming is  followed, an answer is desired to  the query, which pays best, sheep,  poultry, fruit, cows, steers or  grain ? It may be found after .a  year's record that the farm is best  dairy knowledge as owning lots of  cows that produce only 2,000 or 2,-  500 pounds milk during their best  six  or  seven   months.     Such  cows  are no credit to their"owners, and  such  owners   scarcely de credit to  the dignified title of dairymen. Canadians   should     jealously    guard  against such  a condition of affairs  being possible.   Jt is easy to detect  those    poor    cows    by    recording  weights of milk, and it is injurious  to any district to retain such wretched specimens, mongrels not real  dairy cows.   Thc- queen of thc dairy,  thc select cow will do infinitely better if handled    right by men    who  put dairy intelligence-into daily op  Blushing is a curious phenomenon^ often very disagreeable to tha  .sufferer. It is duo to a s;; .den relaxation of the walls of thc minute  blood-vessels of thc surface of the  body, and k classed by physician.-  among nervous affections of the cir-  culation.  Sci.-conscioiumess is usually th������������������  exciting cause of habitual blushing,  which occurs therefore more commonly in bashful children, and in-  girls more frequently than in boys.  Those who blush easily arc generally of a sensitive, nervous temperament, ancl as contact with thc world'  modifies this somewhat, thc habit,  gradually  disappears with age.  Tho face is thc part where blushing    more    commonly    ocours,  although any other part of .he body  may  show  thc  same change.    One  who watches the blushes Of a painfully  embarrassed person may  see  a faint pink flush spread over the  ears  and  throat,  as    well    as the  checks-.    It is said that among uncivilized tribes, where much of the:  body is habitually exposed,  blushing, when ib occurs at all. may involve  all the uncovered parts.    It  is probably because the face is the-  part by^ which one is identified ���������������������������  that which personifies the individual���������������������������that  it  is  the   recognized  seat  of the  blush.  cash; if only  half the cows in On  tario were made to yield  just ten  dollars more worth of milk, it means  an  extra 'five    millions    of dollars  within   easy reach.   .   how 111) REFOJUU.]).  adapted  i'or  dairying.      Then   will  f ..!__-  tilc  investigation,  0  naturally iciiow  a  the widow, who. like most indulgent mothers, did tint wholly believe  in Solomon. Thc sight of Janet  in the hall suggested a fresh subject to the doctor's mind, and, after  coughing a little, lie said, "Did .1  understand that you;- domestic"was  intending to join vou at Laurel  Hill?"  '' Yes.''   return_cr._Mrs.__ly.c_min.gr.  ere   iie  jUU.i  ���������������������������111.  sought   the!  which cow pays best? This phase  of the question has not yet appealed to nil owners of dairy herds,  but is in truth at tho very foundation of profitable dairying, Every  farmer is interested in cutting out  all unprofitable features of his business, he wants to produce plenty of  good milk at the least cost, and to  this end dairy records are indispensable. Why? Simply because they'  enable the watchful owner to clc"-  tect those cows that give the most  milk and fat in proportion to the  feed  consumed.    Which  cows   will  extra  grain ?  white-faced woman for his wife, had |  on    iiis   affections, and'  trampled  Kpurncd as   ;t useless gift,   his   of-  respond to a little  Y\ hieh cow can I least afford to  sell? Are any in my herd not paying . Will it pay me to get a good  pure bred sire? Thc dairyman  needs to know such points definite-  chilcl, sleeping so sweet Iv in its \-' ,lcncc )le must Leep records oi  mother's arm's,  was hat.fu'l "in   his  !cocl anr' mi,k-   -l-*"ovni_ are supplied  free  on   application   to  the    Dairy  forcd love.     He hated hcr now, be  thought; and the little black-haired  An Old Toper Explained lo a Sym-  p-idie.ie Audience.  Father Mathew, "the Irish advocate of temperance, whose name,  said Dr. William Ellery Channing,  deserved "to be placed in thc calendar not far below that of fche  apostles,"- often had to listen to  personal experiences which did nofc  sound so tragic as the penitent  meant them to be. One evening,  says the Rev. Edward Gilliat, -in  "Heroes of Modern Crusades," an  old toper had been explaining to-a  sympathetic audience how he had  been given to long sprees:  "I first drank me own clothes into pawn; then I drank me wife's  cloak off her back: then 1 drank her  flannel petticoat and her gound _  then I drank the cups and saucers  out of the cupboard; then I drank  oration. To return to that pile of . Sudden attacks of genera! blushing without any apparent reason  may affect those who are somewhat  advanced in life, and constitute a  most disagreeable symptom.  Children who blush easily should  be trained to overcome serf-consciousness or bashfulness. They should  be persuaded���������������������������not forced���������������������������to- tako  a prominent position among their  playmates, rather than to hold  back and speck only when they are  spoken to. Undue timidity should  be overcome, because it injures tho  chance of success in business or the  social world. The "-.peaking _f  pieces" in school, if the child .an  be persuaded ifc will- be good- fnr  him,  will    go far    to cure morbid  b  Thc spontaneous blushing or  flushing of adults may be benefited  by tonics," remedies to aid digestion, a' generous but simple di.-t.  cool bathing and plenty of cxei _:?_  in thc ope/'1 air.���������������������������Youth's Companion.  TWO  GOOD  POULTICES.  For the first, heat a kettle- of  wy ter and make a quantity of corn  meal mush.    Have thc water b.;_L  ie pot and the kettle of  the fire;   ��������������������������� .      u   .        -,       -     -. -    ,  .... ������������������   r .-.._].  . _, l _������������������������������������������������������ i  .i       "       inS anc} salted, and ma_c it mst ;_s -  then  l  ci_ani_  tae  ..cue oiims irom .  u ��������������������������� ��������������������������� .���������������������������     .,    _   i ,     _ -,  M, _  ___      , j *i     '    <-'"-'-i-3 '������������������������������������������������������J'li  car .tully as n lor the tab e. Snvead  Lie  bed, and the oed    from under  ��������������������������� *���������������������������,,_..,., ���������������������������  u...,.,.   . _,��������������������������� .   .     ',  _..,���������������������������_!r       x ���������������������������' ,a towel on a ooaro wJucn na.:. been  sight, because it bore that woman's  name. One, two, three���������������������������sounded  _!'_���������������������������_i_ _k,..ai.d J he; .Jic_..fe_ll..a_lec!_.  ton  n ; Janet came to Jive with mv j  mother when I wa.-. a little girl no  larger than Maude. Since my marriage she has lived with mc, and 1  would not part with her for anything."  " Hut do you not think two kind;,  of servants are apt to make  trouble, particularly if one is black  and the < .her white?" and in the  speaker's face there was an expi _���������������������������*  sion which puzzled Mrs. .Iicming-  lun. who could .care, refrain Horn  crying at thc thoughts uf parti:i.^  with Janet, and who began to havo  a foretaste of the dreary home1 iok-  ness which wa.s to \\<ar h.r life  away.  " f can't do without Janet." she  Raid: " slie km.u-. all my ways, ���������������������������"uul  1 trust her w'lh everything.  "The very reason v.h\ slie  ..i.-iibl  not    go,"    returned    ihe    doctor.  " She  and  Hannah   wuuld   quarrel  at once.      Yuu   would    lake  sides  with Janet,   I with    Hannah,    and  that might produce a feciing which  ouglr_ novel'  to exist between  man  and wife.      No. my dear, listen lo  mc in this matter, and let Janet remain in Vernon.     Old Hannah has  been in my family a long time.   She  was formerly a slave, and belonged  to my uncle, who lived in Virginia,  and who, at his death, gave hcr to  me.      Of course 1 set her free, for  I pride myself on being a man    of  humanity,  and since ihat time she  has   lived  with   us,  superintending  the  household  entirely  since   Mrs.  Kennedy's death.     She i.s very peculiar,    ancl    would    never    suffer  Janet to dictate, as I am sure, from  what you say, she would do.     So,  my dear,   try and think all is for  the  best.      You  need  not tell her  my i dreaming  [hat underneath the willows which grew in the churchyard,  far rift  on Laurel Hill, there were  two graves instead of one: that in  the house across thc common there  was a sound of rioting and mirth,  unusual    in    that   silent   mansion.  For    she    was    there,  the woman  whom he had so madly loved, and  v'hevev-r she went, crowds gathered ai������������������ mi lu i- as in the olden time. |  " Maude Clendowcr. why are you i  here :''���������������������������'  he attempted  to say,  when  a eic;:r,  si|v,-i-y   voice amused him  from his sleep, and starting up. h.  ll--trj.ftl half in anger,    hail' in dis-  appf.iiitmr'iit.    !���������������������������>    the    song   which  l'itle  MjiiuI--    J������������������. _i.ii.g'.'iii  sanj.  she _il   iu  thf open  d-ior  (im return of her mother,  Commissioner, Ottawa, Ont.  gone  11��������������������������� r  si! 11 shine  ihe  last   lime   to  s;o.   Uic  fall   ou  Hurry's  trravo.  ;     )v    _.     a^ vegetation uegins io sprout  an.  ,,",i'''"/[. "���������������������������" j bugs and worms are plentiful: unci  v7!! '������������������������������������������������������'?]   lhf>y t,f,,m,.il,st :,s fH'iekly when this  "_lu "i1' I nc-ce. sity i.s taken from  them.      A  CJIAPTF.l. TL  Mrs. Kennedy looked charmingly in her traveling dress of brown,  a.nd ihe happy husband likened her  to a Qnakr.rc.vs, as lie kissed her  blushing cheek, and called hrr his  "lil tie wife." He had parsed  thmuah the ceremony remarkably  well, standing very erect, making  the responses vci'y loud, and  squeezing very becomingly the soft  white hand on whoso third finger  he placed the wedding ring���������������������������a very  small one. bv the way. It was over  now. and many of the bridal gnosis  were gone, tho minister, too, had  gone, and jogging leisurely along  upon his sorrel horse, had ascertained the size of his fee, feeling a  little disappointed that it was not  'argor-five   dollars     seemed     so  she is not to come, for ifc is a maxim | small,    when    he    fully    oxp.otcd  WI>;_������������������_. FEEDING.  Hens will lay during all seasons  of the year providing ihey are well  fed. They should receive sufiicic.it-  food to sustain life and renew the  tissues, keep the body warm and  produce eggs. If there is not su/ii-  cient for all this the egg yield will  be robbed to supply the deficiencies  for the other demands. As'sn.n as  the hens on the range cease to find  a sufiicient supply of bugs and  worms to satisfy the demand for  meat thoy must be fed meat or the  yield of eggs will cease, liens begin to lay quickly jn spring a.s soon  as vegetation begins to ;-. iroul  and  d  A  quick response to the demands of  nature should be given to supply  the hen when thc Hosts of fall begin to deprive hcr of nature's food  supply.  L'oultry that is to be sold In market, whether old or young, should  Iv held over until they have finished thc molt and have been ted inlo  proper condition for market. ft.  never pays to sell hens in molt unless they arc fat aud plump. There  i.s always a loss in belling young  slock in thin llcsh or pour condition. Thin poultry will average 8  to o'/f. pounds in weight. This same  poultry properly fed into market  condition will weigh <1% to A%  pounds each. All thc addition  above the original will be table  meat, and the carcass is advanced  one-third in weight without adding  anything to _ the waste material  Poultry thin in flesh at 9c a pound  is less profitable to the purchaser  than the same poultry would be if  fattened to table weight aud pur-  meself and me wife.  "I remember, the last night of me  b la'"guarding there wasn't a bit- to  eat or a sup to taste -for tho poor  little things; and the big boy,- he  said; 'Poor muddcr didn't cat'a bit  all day; slie gave all she had to  Hatty  and .Hiliy.'  J^DaddyL I can't go Jo_ sleep,  T'fi. so cowld7"'say.l-he~ littlest boy.  " 'God forgive your unnatural  father!' said I, 'and hould yci-  whisht,' said I, 'and I'll make"ye  comfortable;' and with that, saving  your presence, ladies, I takes mc  breeches���������������������������'tis no laughing matter,  I tell yc���������������������������and I goes over to the  craychcrs, and I sticks one of thc  chilcihcr into one of the legs, and  another of  (hc "childher into" Lie  k  band  round    theii'  other leg, and I buttons thc waist  round then- necks: and I  (ould 'em for their life not fo  sneeze.  "JJut be cockrow in thc morning  Dijly. who was a mighty airly bird,  cries out:  " 'Daddy;  daddy!'  " 'What's  the  matter'."   says  1.  ���������������������������" ''J want lo get up, daddy?' says  I.e.  ������������������������������������������������������ 'Well, get up, and bad scran  to yc."   says T.  " 'J. can't.' says the young shav  en r  'Why can't ye, yc cantankerous  says  1.  " 'Me and Tommy's in the bveoch-  c.,' says he, sadly.  " ''Get out of it,' says I.  "'Daddy, don't yc remember?  We're buttoned up,' says the little  chap, ;s smart as ye  please.  "So up I got and unbuttoned thc  craychcrs, and T " says to meself,  'twas a buiming shame that the childher of a Christian man should be  buttoned up yonder instead o' lying in ii dacint bed.  "So I slips the breeches on me  shanks," concluded the penitent,  "and off 1. goes to your riverencc  and fakes the pledge; and 'twas  the crown piece that your riverencc, God bless yc 1 slipped into the  heel o' mo fist that set me up again  in the world!"  warmed, and spread the mush ono,  halt fche length of it, letting it be  fully an inch thick. Turn tho other  half of the towel up over it, back  around the edges, and lay it on the  chest as warm'as the patient can  bear.  Jf thc bronchial tubes seem af-  iectetLb.c^_iuv^.to-=.pi:e_s=thc-]oouIfciee---  well into the hollows about the collar bone. lienew in four or live  hours. This ha.s been known to  break up the trouble cause by  measles turning in upon the lungs,  within twenty-four hours. Be careful to apply warm dry llannels  when the poultice is removed.  To  make    thc    second  poultice,  take a clean p;m,.and pour in about  ..  a pint of water.    When it boils stir  in,  slowly,   flaxseed  meal  until so  thick that you can dip up a round  spoonful.    Lot ifc cook until it will  fall   from   the   basin  at the  edges.  Grind ilnx in the coffee mill when  too far from    town to    buy meal.  Spread this mixture on old,  thin,  cotton, and baste thc same as for  thc other poultice.      In bad cases  spread  on   this camphorated  lard,  made by  melting camphor gum ,'n  lard.    To do this, set thc bottle or  cup in a  pan  of hot water,  using  as much of thc gum as will dissolvo,  then sprinkle on a little red pepper,  and, if thc case is very obstinate, a  little  powdered    ipecac,   but these  two are to be used in moderation,  the first because too much will be  painful,  and thc    last    because it  may cause nausea and a looseness  of thc    bowels.      Apply    over   tho  lungs, and-renew evcry two hours,  having a poultice at hand ready to  put on thc instant  the old one is  removed.  Thc camphor must not be used  on a nursing mothei, but is good  in all other cases.  The reason so many young people  fall in love-is because they are just  a.s foolish as older people.  Th? aeroplane chauffeur may be  atemperance man and ye* 'ake a  drop too much.  _  i  _���������������������������  J   ti .  .  y  _  ROMANCE OF HYPNOHSM  M"_tIIOIIY    OF   AN    INVENTOR  BROUGHT LACK.  :S2icrloc_ Holme..1, of Hypnotism ���������������������������  Took Inventor Through  Past.  A remarkable romanco of hypnotism���������������������������the re-discovci'y of an invention which its own creatoi' had quite  forgotten���������������������������is quoted in thc Health  Record from the French Review of  Hypnotism, in which thc story was  originally  told  by  Dr.  Joire.  An cloctrical engineer, Mr. F., is  fche central figure of the story. For  months ho had been interested in  arc lamps, and after much thinking  had evolved a new and important  scheme  for improving them.  Thc invention was made in May  |ast year. Then a spell of hard  Vvork intervened���������������������������so .hard that ho  had to put all thoughts of invention aside. The strain began to tell  on him, and finally he went to Dr.  Joire in the following October suffering "from neurasthenia and in-_  ������������������omnia, and with the pathetic news  that ho had lost all memory of his  invention.  When hc had first thought out  the now design he had sketched it  roughly on "a piece of cardboard  with a stylographic pen. But not  only ha-d he lost tho memory of the  design, he had mislaid"tho sketch  . Ibo;  ' LEADS HIM BACK.  Time after time, before he went  c Dr. Joire, he had tried to sketch  s invonuion again, but without  Buccoss.  Dr. Joiro set to, work to find the  Invention-liko a hypnotic Sherlock  )_olnies. His first step was to discover what kind of materials Mr.  Jf used when he made his rough  ^ketches, and then, while the tired-  put inventor held the rough cardboard and stylographic' pen in his  panda, the hypnotist put him to  ^leep and talked to hira. This is  what ho said :��������������������������� ,'_.--.'  "Now we .will begin. It is yesterday, you have come to ask me to  fielp you to recover your lost, design. -Now, last week, passes be-;  tore you, from Saturday to Monday,  how March has passed by, it ia February���������������������������it ia the middle . of the  jnonth���������������������������the beginning,, now we are  m January." And-'(says Dr. 'aire)  I made him pass to December. November,   October,   and   finally to  "Now you will live over again  this period of your life with tho  greatest accuracy. You are aware  of the defects in existing arc lamps,  ion wish to abolish. them. You  fcare thought of a new device.  "You begin to see the details  clearly. You are going to draw a  sketeh oa ono of these cards.  "You toko your pen���������������������������and���������������������������vou  draw!"  INSPIRATION COMES.  . The track of the lost invention  continued in the following drama-  ���������������������������tio^maffhWr^  Joire:���������������������������  All this time  Mr. F.'s face expressed profound concentration;  ha suddenly took his pen and began a design, paused, seemed to  inake montal calculations, then  went on adding letters and signs,  but after a few attempts he threw  |t on tho ground with a look of  " great annoyance," and a "second design whicli he began after some reflection was discarded in thc same  way.  A longer pause followed; then his  Jiand wroto slowly and automatically :��������������������������� "U is the poles of tho induction curronts which must be reversed. I must have two successive contacts reversed each time."  His expression became calm; he  put the sheet gently on one side  and took another, on which he began to draw a complicated design  without pauso or hesitation; when  finished, hc examined it carefully,  and said in a low voice: "There  I've hit on it at last," ancl at once  passed into a state of profound  fel-cep. "  WAS GREATLY SURPRISED.  u  When I awoke him in thc custom-  cry manner he stared at thc sketch  with the. greatest surprise. :''Why,  "���������������������������flbab-is my design which I have been  /seeking for Bix months 1 Did I do  that'? How is it-possible?. It is  ^comprehensible !" Hfl| .told mc  ihat he remembered distinctly seeing the days, weeks, and months  jp ass before his mental vision in  reverse order.  For instance, in the case of a  -���������������������������Journey- to Lille," whkh had taken  pkee in A. gust, he first saw his.  return, then the journey, then his  fay at i"ha e.aside,.'.io*5 so on, in  cluding many minuto details which  had completely escaped his -memory, such as a cycle on-the railway  platform, a .cloak left on a seat,  and similar facts which meant nothing to him, but of which ho recognized the truth.  It is, however, curious that he  remembers nothing of what occurred when he was working at the  problem, probably because thc required knowledgo lay in a much  deeper stratum of consciousness,  arid that, in order to regain it, hc  passed into a more profound somnambulism which prohibits any  subsequent recollection.  "-_ *   THRILLING LIVES;  The Mountain Guide Leads a Dangerous Life.  Tap, tap, tap!  Tho strong pick of thc guide  strikes deep into the icy rock. The  tiny particles go clattering and  tinkling down, down, down. Above  the snow-capped crags tower white  and shining; below, at the end of,  a sheer vista of three thousand feet  a file of sheep, liko a string of melon pips,' wind in and among thc  rocks.  Tap, tap, tap!  As each step is hewn with scrupulous percisioii the little party, rope  taut, swaying on the brink of death,  drives one point nearer to its perilous goal. Never-flagging watchfulness, steadfastness���������������������������almost stolidity���������������������������of purpose, a coolness no  calamity can,move, these must the  mountain guide possess if ho is to  save his followers from .disaster.  But there are some eventualities  for which no foresight can provide.  Sudden storms, rock and snow avalanches, ice. crevices, and gaping  abysses newly born, mountain sickness, snow blindness.  " Tap, tap,  tap !  A violent squall swoops down like  a flash of lightning. On an exposed  face the little party would -have  been blown;away'like fles. But .the  guide-is a good man and wise, and  he has seen to it that his.charges  shall be sheltered.   -  He must know the position of every crevice; he must understand the  snows as he understands his native  language. New snow,, exposed,, to  a hot sun,' or, worse still",' warm  winds, bodes avalanches, andin retreat alone lies safety.  For a great avalanche, is something enveloping, irrestibly elemental. It gathers up . alL movable  things like straws in its mighty torrent, dashes them against the  crags, half suffocates them, in its  blinding, swirling mass, oftentimes,  when at last it pauses, leaves them  deep buried and for ever lost. . . .  Or a member of the party slips.  The good guide's pick drives deep  and true into the rock. The rope  does the rest.  Tap,  tap, tap!  Life and death creep hand in  hand up the perilous mountain perpendiculars.  TESLA'S NEW WIRELESS  I. ���������������������������     "  USES EARTH FOE TRANSMISSION, NOT AIH.  Inventor Claims Great Discovery���������������������������  Farmer Can Hear Paris  Opera.  Nikola Tcsla startled tho world  some years ago by declaring that  an invention which was germinating in his brain would, when matured, make naval warfare impossible. By means of somo contrivance the pressure of a button would  launch a titanic electrical discharge  by which one man on shore could  instantly annihilate the greatest  Dreadnought  that  ever sailed the  SC33.  Since that time thc inventor has  been following up a somewhat similar train , of thought, but with a  more pacific object in view. The  electric waves arc to convey messages, not thunderbolts. -Mr. Tcsla's discovery is a new mode 'of  "wireless," which, if his assertions  are borne out will .make communi-  normal weather conditions. Neither cold nor heat influences it in  the- slightest degree."  Mr. Tesla's first discovery- of  these wonderful properties of the  earth as a conductor date from  ]&99. He has been steadily experimenting since that date and believes that in addition to sending  telephonic messages and pictures  and operating devices at a distance,  we shall be able to transmit electric power across the oceans.  THE PLANT.  The inventor's plant at Shore-  ham comprises electrical machinery  of a complex nature, but constituting a single unit, the object of  which is to pump electricity from  the earth over a circuit to an elevated surface and back in to the  earth again in rapid succession.  Mr. Tcsla asserts that thc number of receiving stations which can  be operated from the one plant is  virtually indefinite.  .*_  A NATURAL COMPASS.  How the   Trees   Point   thc Way  Through the Wilderness.  A famous    Canadian    guide of  cation to every, corner of the globe  whom, his friends 'assert that you  mere child's play. , couid take    him.   up in a balloon  blindfolded and drop him into tho  middle- of the wilderness    and he  USE EARTH AS WIRE.  In place of the air, the earth itself will be used as a conductor for  the medium which carries the messages. It makes the globe behave  like, a great wire, and that without  causing the- least disturbance to  man or. his works. Distance is no  obstacle as with air wireless; any  number of receiving stations may  re- used, and messages to all parts  of tho world-will become absurdly  cheap. Not only this, but the investor states that any man in any  part of the world will be able by  placing to his ear a two dollar receiver, to hear the opera in Paris,  Melbourne, Vienna or New York.  DIFFERENT TO WIRELESS.'  Mr. Tcsla says: "The principles  involved in .this system of transmission are the direct opposite to  the Hertz wave wireless transmission. In the latter, -the transmission is effected.by. rays akin to light  which.pass through the air and cannot, be transmitted through thc  ground. In the former the Hertz  waves are practically suppressed  and thc entire energy of the.current ia transmitted through tho  ground, exactly as through a 5 ig  wire. In my experiments in Colorado it was shown that a very powerful, current developed by the  transmitter   traversed   thc   entire  would find his way out was asked  by a hunter not long ago how he  did it.  '"Is it true," said the man, "that  you can find your way back to camp  every time and in the straightest  line possible?" ' ���������������������������  -    _  "That's what they say," admitted the old guide; "and," he added half apologetically, "I should  be ashamed of myself if it wasn't  pretty close to the truth."  "How do you do it.?"  "Well,, sometimes I know pretty  well where I am���������������������������I mean, in'a general way���������������������������and I feel the direction  of the camp or whatever place it is  I want to 'reach. You know that  is an entirely different proposition  from merely getting out of a forest or a section of country. The  man who doesn't know where hc or j  anything else is can always'follow,  thc streams and get somewhere'  some time, if he holds . out-long;  enough.  "But that is a different matter  from taking an objective point, even  TIIE LAKE OF THE SUN.  Curious Spot on Mars as   Large as  France.  M. Camille Flammarion, the  eminent scientist, contradicts the  allegiation that life on Mars has  been ended by a terrible cataclysm.  "During the last three months,"  writ s M. Flammarion, "the planet'  has been within great proximity o(  thc earth, and has afforded an ex*  cellent opportunity for observa*  tion.  "What has principally struck uf  is thc constant and swift variation  of tho surface aspect. These changes cannot as yet bo accounted for,  but they are not of the nature o!  cataclysms, for they are neither  brusque nor sudden.  "The dislocation of the poles,  which appears to cause so much  anxiety, is an annual occurrence.  "Certain features of Mars aro  quitj^enigmatic; for instance, the  changes in _. the Martian country,  known by aerographs , under the-,  name of the Lake of the Sun. *-*3(  is a, spot, round or oval, and about  the  size of France.        .    ,  "Sometimes    this    spot appears  quite round,    sometimes    oblong,.  Sometimes' simple  and  h omogene-;  ous,   or   perhaps _ double,   triple, ���������������������������"  quadruple, or even multiple.      In'.  addition,  it is connected  with its  surroundings by numerous canalsj-  and these are also variable according to the seasons. ' ^ .    .  "These variations have been'very,'  noticeable this year,  but they; do "'  not explain everything, and we find   .  no plausible -hypothesis to  satisfy:  us.   Is it water or vegetation, more  '  or less abundant?     . ;.    ~   ' %-  "Out of all this we may infer, notr'  the end of Mars, but, on" the con'-..,  trary, a prodigious vital activity.-'  Mars is a living world, but unfpr-. ���������������������������;  tunatcly we are not yet able to ob-1'  servo, ifc sufficiently closely. -,,, L  "There is    no    doubt, however,,  that we -shall one day  have    the  means of doing so, and of satisfying-  our curiosity."'" , ?^.  ������������������������������������������������������''I  ��������������������������� tl  "_ ?l  ���������������������������'I  -*.  CAST OF A DEATH STRUGGLE.  imaginary, and then going straight  through the wilderness' to that  point. Perhaps not many guides  themselves can do that with absolute success, though it,seems a very  simple  thing to mc.'"  Do you mean- that you can hold  SEVENTY YEAKS OF EATING.  In That Time.a Man Consumes 95  _ _.__Tons., f, r.oo ._an.__.Drin_.   globe and returned to its  origin in   a perfectly straight course through  an interval of eighty-four one-thou-   thick   woods   and  sandths of a second, this journey of  21,000 miles being effected  almost  without any loss of energy.  "The earth acts exactly like a  wire in -this transmission, but with  this distinction that it is a conductor far. more perfect than any that  could ever be manufactured by man  on account of its enormous size and  If a man of 70 years was starving  it would probably be little comfort  to him to think that he had consumed in the course of his life fifty-  three and three-quarter tons of  solid food and forty-two and three-  quarter tons of liquid, or about 1,-  280 times his own weight in both  solids and liquids, but ifc would bo  true.- ��������������������������� ---   -   -   ---   -- ------  - --  Being a man of average appetite  and purse hc would have eaten fifteen tons of bread, which would  havo made a single loaf containing  1,200 cubic feet and appcai-jng about  as large as thc average suburban  home, and on this bread hc would  have spread one ton of butter. If  his bacon had been cut in a single  slice, thc strip would have been four  miles long ancl his chops placed end  to end would have extended two  miles.  "'Twenty ordinary sized bullocks  have supplied hini with beef eighteen tons oE which he has eaten,  along with five tons of fish and 10,-  000 eggs and uSO pounds of cheese.  If hc had electee! to have all his  vegetables served, at once they  would have come to him in a train  of cars, the pod containing all his  peas being over three miles long.  He has had 9,000 .pounds of sugar,  1,500 pounds. of salt, 8 pounds of  pepper and 100 cans of mustard.  Threo pints of liquid a day would  have amounted to TG,600 pints,..or  forty-two and three-quarter tons,  if he had been a smoker, he .would  have burned about half a ton of tobacco, in a pipe or if he preferred  cigarettes would have smoked about  a quarter of a million.  Don't worry about giving his Satanic majesty his due; he'll get it.  isolation in_ space."  EARTH IS PERMEATED.  In regard to directing thc cur-  -rent-to-any=particular===place,=Mr.^  Tcsla gave the following illustration. "Imagine thc earth to be a  large bag of rubber filled with incompressible fluid, as water, and.  that by means of a piston inserted  at a certain point, the fluid is  forced in and out of the rubber  bag. The result will be rhythmical vibrations of thc whole bag. It  is evident that if another piston be  placed anywhere, these pulsatioiis  will be transmitted to that.  "Now there is a way of releasing  a distant piston through a safety  lock or combination, so that only  tho piston will operate at thc distance which is released by thc particular combination like that of a  safe.  TROVE IT CIRCLED GLOBE.  Mr. Tcsla stated his proofs to  ������������������bow that the electric tremors sent  out from his apparatus did actually  circle thc globe and return to its  origin.  "One of these proofs is visual observation," he stated. "In a powerful transmitter it can be perfectly perceived that the electrical effects increase in intensity after tho  lapse of a second, when the reflected wave train arrives from the antipodes. Another evidence is obtained by careful measurements of  electric quantities as potential ancl  density. Still another proof is  found in the time which elapses,  which corresponds almost exactly  with that calculated.  KNOWS NO OBSTACLES.  "The new mode of despatch  knows no obstructions. For while  ordinary wireless is affected by atmospheric conditions nothing can  affect the earth as a conductor of  electricity. Thc current ;:cts as  well in an aurora   iv>:-":-  country witnout a compass or sunlight to guide?"  "As straight a course as could be  followed in such a country."  "What is your guide, tiie moss  or growth on the shaded side, of  tree trunks?"  "No. That's not to be depended  on.  _.>i..i;kM. by -Placing _ Martyr in a  -'    '���������������������������  Mass of SoH Concrete.;.      . ���������������������������  In the museum of Algiers/there,  is.one "object which is unique'-in the-  world's .list', o.f curiosities.' It :i s. a-.;  plaster cast of* Uic martyr, 'Ger6n-;  i mo  in thc-.agony'' of, death/./' The, ���������������������������  Algerians put Gcronimo alive:into .  a soft mass of concrete which; pre- '-  seutly hardened'.into a' block, and":  was built into-a fort.      - ";- ��������������������������� <"-_ ��������������������������� >���������������������������  This was in 1569 and- about forty  years later a Spanish r  writer de- -  across   broken j scribed thc event and told exactly ���������������������������  how that particular block'could be"':  located:   The fort stood-for' nearly ,  threo hundred years.   Then, in 1563..  it  wa.s   torn  down,   the  block wa.s  identified and broken open and"an !  almost perfect mould of the dead- -  martyr was found within.    . ' .     -  -  They, filled ihe mould with' plas-  Sometimes ihe dampness (;oi"-i if-i-arid the rcstdt, a wonderful  cast, ,  a tree  i '^s" there in    the museum to-day,  lects on thc north side of  sometimes on thc east side, sometimes on 'another slanl. You can't  depend on it, for it may be one  =t_ihgfi_"on_Tl_^ii_g=__Tcliju_'irLljc op-  posite where currents of air and  relative positions of tree and of  water are reversed.  "But there is one thing which  in any general stretch of country  is infallible. That is the inclination  of the trees. Every section has its  prevailing wind. If you know what  iv the prevailing wind of thc region  where you arc" it seems to" mc" that  anybody with half an eye ought fo  be able to hold a straight course.  "Of course you won't find thc  trees in thick woods bending at a  decided angle as you will find those  on exposed ground. But if you observe carefully you will " detect  enough variation from a straight  perpendicular to keep you going  true. That's thc secret of my sense  of direction, and it's a secret every  man in thc woods can share."  as  he died,  hands  and  ! iios" there  face clown  foot bound, aiul straining, head  twisted to one side in the supreme  ���������������������������tor-iit!'e-of=t-hat. tawuh!������������������=n>..i-t;\_ _!oj_j=  "It is a gj'ewri'jme, fascinating  thing," writes Albert Bigelow Paine  in Outing, ���������������������������'���������������������������'and you go back to look  at it more than once and yon slip out "  between times for a breath of fresh  air. IC f lived in Algiers and at  any time should sprout a little bud  of discontent with lhc present stale  of affairs���������������������������a little sympathy with  the subjugated population'---! would-~  go and lake n look at Gcronimo and  forthwith all ihe disc mien I and tho.  sympathy would p.-^s away and Ii  would come out gloating in the  fact that France can crack the whip'  and lhat we of lhe West can rido.  thcin down."  - *w-  A CHINESE SMUGGLER.  An ingenious instrument for  smuggling was discovered at Rangoon, whon a Chinaman named  Oheng was arrested at about 7  o'clock in the morning as hc stepped ashore from a sampan. The  prisoner was carrying what appeared to be a tin of kerosene, but on  examination of the tin a cunningly  contrived smuggling outfit was discovered. The corner of the tin,  where the opening to admit the oil  was situated, was in the shape of a  cube four inches square and the  other part of the tin was used as a  receptacle for contraband, thc-bot-  oom of thc tin sliding out. In this  hidden receptacle the excise inspector found fifty-five tolas of bein-  clii and fifty-two one-eighth ounce  l> *tM"_ of cocaine.  I  Oi'STERS.  Frying Oysters.���������������������������Pat in the usu*,  al way, laying heart to heart and!  rolling in cracker crumbs. Set aside-  in a cool place for several hours,  if possible. Nov; for thc secret.,  Just before frying dip fche patted  oysters in their own liquor, roll\  again in cracker dust, and fry im .*  mediately. The oyster is increased!  in size, does not separate, and th*  use of an egg is rendered unnec-;  essary. When a frying basket iti'  not used thc oysters should b*\  taken from the hot lard with a per.'  forated skimmer.  Oyster Catsup.���������������������������Beard  thc   oya������������������,  lers, boil them up in their liquor^  strain and pound them in a mortar iv,  boil the beards in spring water and!  strain it to thc first oyster liquor |]  boil tho pounded oysters in the mix-,  eel liquor with   beaten    mace and  pepper; a little vinegar can be used!  if liked.     Thi.-; oyster catsup will  keep  perfectly  go������������������������������������'i    longer than  ovale.g '.x��������������������������� ^������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������'���������������������������"��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������   ' . *���������������������������������������������-  M  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 17, 1910  VIOLET  BORATED  A"D FLESH  The finest, softest, sweetest  and BEST Toilet Powders for  Infants and Adults.  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday (it  Enderby,  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  B.C. at  Ady ertisinj. Kates; Transient, 50c. an inch-, first  insertion, 2D_ each 'subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. SI an inoh per month.  LcRal Notice. .   10c a lino first insertion; 5c n line  euc'i subsequent inaortion.  Koadii .; Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  FEBRUARY 17, 1910  neighbors  by   withdrawing their children from    the   school,   in the hope  that   the   school   may   have   to   be  closed  owing  to   the resulting small  attendance.     Thc present compulsory  clause, as applied to rural districts,  makes   it   difficult   to   prevent   this  meanness, and it   seems a pity that  j some change could not he made which  | would make it    possible to secure a  |reasonable attendance in the rural as  well as in the city districts."  VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS  In the Annual Report of the public  schools of the Province, we notice a  valuable suggestion by Inspector  Geo. I-I. Dean, of the Nelson inspectorate.   Here it is:  "Grand    Forks   has   probably   the  CA'NAUIAN APPLE SHOW  It is proposed to hold in Vancouver in November the first Canadian  National Apple Show. The proposition has been, warmly endorsed by  the coast Tourist Association, and a  best play-grounds and Revelstoke the ; provisional committee of reprcsenta-  most attractive   grounds    in the In- ;tive citizens of    Vancouver has been  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  spectorate, but I regret to report  that, with very few exceptions, little  attempt has been made to improve  or beautify school-grounds. Except  for school-gardens, I can see very little use for thc school-fence, which is  generally in poor repair and is certainly    no    ornament.     Although    a  appointed, which will have charge of  the preliminary arrangements. A  public meeting is to be called to consider the project, with the object of  forming a permanent association.  Maxwell Smith has taken the initiative in the matter. The success  attending    the    apple   shows   in the  Cliff St.  Enderliy  GREAT  REDUCTION.,. _st__  ! garden ancl  a  good play-ground is not always avail- United States, particularly that held  able, there is no reason why any'in Spokane, as also the interest  ;ground should remain for years un-'manifested by various public bodies  '.improved. In these parts where fruit in B. C. has been pointed out with  .farming is being developed, there :telling effect by Mr. Smith. He has  \ could be no better advertisement for ibeen assured by the government that  the project will be heartily endorsed.  In Larigans ancl Shoepacks  WHILE THEY LAST-  Iteg. Price,  $7.00;  -  now,  $4.80  5.00;  now,  2.85  3.25;  now,  2.25  3.00;  now,  2.15  New samples for Spring Clothing.  Fresh Groceries always on hand.  Wheeler &  Evans,grcatly  than    a   neat    school-  small    orchard.   These  j would provide   the    very best facili-  _ ties for nature study, and might easily  become  the  experimental  grounds  of the-   district.   No   doubt the Provincial    Department   of Horticulture  | would be pleased to co-operate,  giving  seeds    and    other    assistance as  well as   advice.     Recognition by the  ; Department in the    way of diplomas  or extra grants would, I believe, also  encourage    such   work.     It   would he better if teachers could find  .���������������������������>-.��������������������������� "������������������ a -a w       | more time to be with their pupils on j  City     Meat     Market: the play-grounds,    directing   and en- ;  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor        jcouraging healthy,    vigorous school-  ; sports,  and,  particularly among  the  T", -   jboys, developing   that spirit of fair- .  . . ; ness and love of clean sport which is :  Having purchased   the butcher jnot too eviclent bn the athletic fields;  business oi R.  Blackburn, I so-!of to.day >> i  licit a share of your, business and!   This suggcstion applics with strik.  guarantee good service. ;ing forcc to the school.yfircl oE En_  ; derby. In all the years that it has  [ been in existence as a school-yard,  i no effort has ever been made to make  SHOW THE GOODS  Mr. B. McDonald, of the Farmer's  Exchange, writes us from Brockville,  Ont.: "The few samples of Northern  Spy and Jonathan apples that I  brought with me and displayed in  the windows cf the local newspaper,  have caused a great deal of comment  and several enquiries, which undoubtedly will mean home-seekers for tho  Okanagan and the Kelowna district  during the coming summer. I find j <g>  genuine article cuts ' -  showing a photo of  produce.''���������������������������Kelowna  that the"  real  more ice  than  what   we  can  Courier.  B  C. I  By the Yard.  Just received;  Exquisite in. Design  New and Dainty  Unpacked this week  Lace Curtains, Curtain Muslins,  and all the latest, newest and  aintiest Embroideries & Laces.  UNIVERSITY  A bill was introduced in thc legis-  the i  GROCERIES  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  Private  Livery;  :it attractive to the school-children  : or ornamental to the town. Nature  j clothes the hills about the school in  the most beautiful    spring and  sum-  lature   last-  week    empowering    tne:������������������  :Licutcnn.   .-Governor   to appoint not j X  less than   three   nor   more than five ! #  disinterested   educationalists  residing j <&  outside   the   Province   to   act    as a '  commission to   enquire into and determine in respect to all and  singu-  | lar the matters with reference to the  'selection of site and establishment of j  We believe we can give absolute satisfaction,  for we know  the high quality of our goods "and can guarantee them.'  Try us a month and let us convince you.  iTier flowers and foliage, seemingly as : a Provincial university.  ' ,   _r__������������������_r__-���������������������������_��������������������������� ./ r m__L~ "_._��������������������������� ' i"     ��������������������������� '_���������������������������_>' ���������������������������   .^  Rubber-tired Single  an encouragement    to  .i.  our boys and j  and Double girls to do what they can to assist,  rigs;    Stylish   drivers;    new h__-. Frequently   the    comment    has been  ness; everything up-to-date andimatle by visltors something like this:  well-kept.   When you wish a rig  SCHOOL  DISTRICT OF  NOTICE  ENDERBY.  'What;    you    can    grow    fruit    in  abundance here, and your flora beau-  for a Sunday drive,   speak for it ty is marveious ,  x sec no evidence  early, as my finest turn-outs are;0f it in your school-ground,  it is as  usually spoken for in advance.      ; barren    and   ugly    to    look at as a  patch of desert."  AndFMatthews"  Cliff Street  ~enT  Enderby  ������������������RBY  note  The Home of the Old-Timer  and the abode of the New-  j And we have to acknowledge the  coin. This should not be. Our boys  and girls are as willing as any other  |���������������������������and as ambitious. All they need is  ; somebody to lead the way. In a  1 year they would have the Enderby  i school ground transformed into a  : (lower garden���������������������������or portions of it���������������������������and  ]it would be attractive aud ornamental. Wc have a habit, "these days, of  cramming, not educating, our boys  and girls. Much of,their learning is  Comer. All Will nnd a Warm 0f little use to them. They are not  Welcome at the pioneer house given a chance to work it up into  and yOLl'll be made to feel at anything  useful   or  beautiful.     They  home, no matter when youjbecome  thinkiess parrots, with  no  ; originality or initiative about them.  ; Turning our    barren    school-grounds  into    beautiful    gardens    and    playgrounds  would    not do all  to overcome the evil, but it would be a step  in the right direction.   Why not make  j the effort this year ?  |    Another     valuable    suggestion    is  I made  in  the report by Inspector A.  ; E. Miller, of thc Vernon Inspectorate  | which includes  Enderby.   He says:  j    "It is very greatly to be regretted  i that in so many small rural districts  I there should be so much  trouble re-  jgarding school  matters.   In some  of  !these places there are people who, in-  j stead of showing any appreciation of  | the fact that they have been able to  j secure a teacher at all  in   their dis-  jtrict,  perhaps an isolated  one,  seem  j deliberately   to   try    to    stir up all  : sorts    of    unpleasantness. '' Some  of  them show   their   ill-feeling towards  1 the   teacher,    the   trustees,   or their  hangup your-hat.  H. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor  Enderby  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  .TENTS  Trade Mark*  Designs  Copyrights Ac  Anyone Bending a sltotch and description may  quickly ascortnln our opinion free whether an  Invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly conlldontlal. HANDBOOK on 'ateiits  sontfroe. Oldest auoncr for socunni? patents.  Patents takon through Muun & Co. receive  tptcial notice, without chan.e, la tho  Scientific Fmi'm,  A handBomely Illustrated weekly. Latest clr-  dilation of any scientlilo journal, lerma for  Canada, $3.75 a year, jjostago prepaid, bold by  all newsdealers.  MUNM &Co.36IBroadwayNewYork  Branch OHlco, 025 F 8 U Washington. D. C.  j    PUBLIC   NOTICE    is hereby given  ' to the Electors   of    the School Dis-  ��������������������������� trict of Endevby,  that I require the  ���������������������������presence of  the said Electors at the  ; City Hall,  E.._!e:-byf B.   ... on Friday;-  . the   Twe_t\. Inth    day    of   February,  ���������������������������1910, at 12'o'clock noon, for the purpose   of   electing   a    person   to   rep-  =i-esent=t!i.em=as=-Ti:ustecs-on=theJ=EoaEd=  I of School Trustees of Enderby, in the  ' place of Mr. A. A. Faulkner, resigned.  The mode of nomination shall he as  follows: The candidates shall be nominated  in  writing;   the writing shall  be    subscribed     by   two    voters    of  the School District as proposer and  seconder,  and   shall    be delivered to  the Returning Officer at any time between the date  of this notice and 2  p.  m.  of the day of nomination.   In  the event of a poll    being necessary  such poll shall   be  opened on Monday,  t.ho Twenty-fiighth  day  of  February,  1910, at the City Office, Enderby, of  which every person is hereby required  to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  Thc qualifications for a person to  be nominated and elected as Trustee  are: That such person is a householder in the School District, and a  British subject of the full age of  twenty-one years, and is otherwise  qualified under "The Public Schools  Act, 1905," and amending Acts to  vote at an election of School Trustees in thc said District.   Given under my hand at Enderby,  B. C, this 171 h day of February, 1910,  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Returning  Officer.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  ������������������ Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  .  II  you want to  Buy, Sell or  We can   still show  the Goods  A FARM  A FRUIT LOT  A HOUSE  A BUSINESS LOT  or A BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,  Vernon, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me."     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  El .erne!! Orchard Mara, B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L. MATTHEWS.  Northwest  Flour and Feed  I cany only high-grade  Grains and Flour.  Produce taken in exchange.  I want 12,000 eggs before  March 15th.  WALTER   ROBINSON  City Hall Grocery.  F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Rcpared  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  cut at the present time  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G.R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  In the matter of an application for a  duplicate Certificate of Indefeasible  Title to Lot 148, Group I., Osoyoos  Division, Yale District.  NOTICE is hereby given that it is  my intention at the expiration of one  month from the date of the first publication hereof   to   issue a duplicate  Certificate    of   Indefeasible   Title to  said lands, issued to John Wiley, on  the 4th day of May, 1906, and numbered 9444a.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar  Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.  C, the 12th day of January, 1910.  Horsemen's  Supplies  You furnish the horse flesh and I  will do the rest. In addition to my  buggies, cutters and sleighs, my  blacksmith shop and wagon works, I  have placed in stock a complete outfit of single and double harness, lap  robes, blankets, brushes, curry combs  and horsemen's supplies. Everything  new, and the best. Call and inspect.  I believe I can save money for you.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  V.  iv  J  i_ .  'Il  Some  prime stall-fed  beef on    \\  .   ,-T _.  N  Thursday, February 17, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  lift  __  i_  l>  ���������������������������fo-. ^^-f<>fc~f<>+<>fo+o+a+<>+c>  I     Buy a  f  Sharpie's  Cream  Separator  2 They save you $15.00 a year  g per cow. We send, them  2 out on 30-days' trial. If  Z you are not satisfied you can  return same and it v/ill cost  you nothing. Try one and  be convinced.  We handle the  IDEAL  woyen-wire  fence  Also single-strand steel  barb wire.  Daisy Barrel Churns  Railroad Cream Cans  Tinware and Graniteware of  every description.  McCLARY'S  Stoves and Ranges  Sewing Machines," $27 to $50  o  All the Latest, and Best in  6       Washing Machines  '9. Logging & Stumping Tools  +    Iron Pipe and Fittings  Bath Tubs  Pumps  Fairbank'srMorse   Gasoline  Engines and accessories  STEEL RANGES AND THINGS  There are a whole lot* of people in  this valley,-of   land   which the gods  delight to favor, says the representative of the Sunday Mail in the Fraser Valley, - being flim-flammed by the  steel range fakir.   You know the species.   Has a range that will bake the  bread your    mother   used   'to make  when you were a boy, the cakes that  were the pride of the countryside at  every   picnic.    Oh,    that   stove is a  marvel.   Cannot be broken,  smashed  or pounded . to    atoms, is to last a  lifetime and several generations after  that, is the thing the'wife yearns for  and the children cry for,.its warmth  makes a home comfortable," the family all happy, and -is cheap, at double  the price. 'No swindle ih the sale of  this steel range.   Of course not. You  buy an article of utility and you do  not know ."you . are   done to a turn  when the  smooth-tongued persuasive-  agent on the express wagon has landed you.  The  -steel   range   game, is -being  worked in the-Fraser Valley for all it  is worth at the present moment, and I and   the   ribbon   mechanism   was   a  there will be hundreds of. thrifty peo-< crime.     When   an  Oliver was shown  sufficient explosives to annihilate any  fleet in the world, , while the warships would be powerless to protect  themselves. Before they could reach  our poast, our aviators flying at a  great height could sail out over them  and sink them one by one. Within a  year there probably will be a score  of men in this country who could undertake such a task with safety."   *  THE   PADDED   CELL  You may often hear him yell, in his  gloomy, padded cell, and his face  against the window may be seen; and  he sings the same old song, sings it  wildly all day long: "Oh, I didn't  use an Oliver Machine!" He had used  another kind and his troubles wreckt  his mind, and they took him to the  batworks in a dray, ancl he sits and  chews a cork, and they feed him- with  a fork and he never gets a thing but  prairie hay. He had used a bum machine, and the writing was unseen,  and he had to hoist the carriage all  the time; and. the work it did was  punk, "and the keyboard acted drunk.  Out Pri  We aim to  satisfy your  wants in the Hardware line.  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  'Establishment.    Enderby  pie who will have .parted with their  promissory notes against the next  harvest. The game is simple; yes, a  legitimate one. The range man  drives up to tl/e door of t_e*_farm  house with his peddling wagon and  before the farmer has gathered his  wits together .tlie wife -./has been  talked.,'over, the range' is on the  ground and the lids are being thrown  chorus through his nose.���������������������������Walt Mason  ROBERT MEIKLE  COMING  9  When you can  build a home to  Suit Yourself  Seasoned  Lumber  Always on Hand  also a full line of building material. Estimates cheerfully  furnished.  this man, they heard him moan  "Oh, the years that I have wasted  handling junk! If I'd had a trap like  this I'd have known a lot of bliss,  and sweet visions would have lulled  me in my bunk!" Then his mind''  went galley-west���������������������������and he tried to eat  his vest���������������������������and he tried to double up  and chew his toes���������������������������so they took him,  weak and ill, to the bat-works on the  against the stone'wall to-show their., hill,   where "he    sings    that   solemn  exceptional durability, the dooi_ are "  being jumped on and the stove is finally in place and blazing!   What fine  points   of    utility, that    range has,  oven   built    on    scientific  principles',  fire box specially invented, durable to  the limit.       The   eloquence' of   the  agent knows -no   bounds, and if the  farmer is not of more than ordinary  hard-shelled quality",' with ' a" shrewdness beyond the   average, he will be  taken in and that'range'is his, while  he has parted with a note payable in  eight or nine months or a year from  date at seven per cent interest for an  article he  can buy in  the  hardware  store down at the corner for a" third'  cr a half of the price. .Of course, he  gets an article he can..use;   It would  not do for   the   range ' man to risk  dealing in an inferior article.     They  have a value,    biit"  the householder,  even if he is a discerning .individual,  is blinded as   to    the proper value,  since he is being persuaded to buy an  article made   over , the line" and un-  After so much of the questionable  and trashy,- which has leen given to  Enderby theatre-goers in the past  few performances, it will be a real  treat to hear thc Robert Meikle Concert Company, which will appear in.  Enderby on' Wednesday evening, Feb.  23rd. The date of this company v/as  originally placed oa the 25th* but a  change has been found necessary. It  will be" the last of the. concert companies sent to us this season by the  C. P. Walker syndicate of Winnipeg.  Robert-Meikle is. a Scotch humorist  and singer. He is said to be the  best all-round entertainer C. P. Walker has on the road,-and wherever he  has appeared the demand is made for  him to come back again. He is supported by three,artists of high merit  and thc performance they give is  i fully up to the high standard set by  Found���������������������������A fur collar, left in K. P.  hall on thc night of the juvenile concert given in aid of the Enderby  ward in the Vernon hospital.. Owner  can have same by calling at the  Walker Press, proving property and  paying for this.advertisement.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited  Enderby B. C.  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 the S. C. Smith Co.  of Vernon.       Enderby.  familiar to him. And the peddlar's |this star Lyceum Bureau,  way of hypnotizing his vi'ltim is a  marvel of skill in ilim-fiamming. But  the value of these unbreakable, last-  a-lifetime" ranges is not as much as  is represented by the sum,-of money  wrung from" the industrious. The  hardware merchant whom he deals  with 52 weeks in the year could supply him with . a range having the'  name of a reputable manufacturer, at  half=_he^money--^_=_ange=that^woold-  give probably better satisfaction and  for which repairs could be obtained  at the end of a decade or two of service. So the purchaser will find out  where he is at in time, and he will  set the dog on the next peddling gent  who comes to the farm gate, but  there will be a hundred others who  will be ready for the.shearing when a  scientific peddlar unloads his wares  in the back yard.  One of the things which the present  Oity._Coimcil_,__w.ould_..likei.to ..do _ is_t o.  fin:! a w_y to open the Lawes addition by roads and streets this season  Another is to find. a cemetery site.  There are those who believe that the  solution of the first problem will be  the solution of the second.  Handle your tools without mittens.  The cat in gloves would have a  dickens of a time catching the mouse  ���������������������������now, wouldn't she?  WARSHIPS WILL BE POWERLESS  Thc other day before the Pasadena,  Cal., chamber of commerce, Clifford  B. Harmon, the New York aeronaut,  declared that the day of the battleship had passed. "It has already  been demonstrated," said he, "that  one baloon    or   aeroplane can carry  Wonder if the new City Council  will get up-to-date and pass a curfew  by-law?  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed  Garden,  Field  and Flower  New crop now arriving from our growers in England,  France,  Holland, Canada and the United; States.   All tested as to vitality  and purity on arrival.   The BEST is good enough for our custom-  ,:      ers.   Catalogue free.  Business will be continued at our old stand until   May.   After  that in new location, which will be announced later.  MI   HFNRY   301������������������ Westminster Road, Vancouver  ���������������������������    _P.   AXl__irV 1 , BRITISH   COLUMBIA  rices  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Having disposed of our nursery grounds to be cleaned up by May,  I am prepared to offer special prices on all cash bargains.  Splendid assortment   of ornamental trees, acclimated stock, having  been growing on our grounds for years, from 10c up.  One of the best selection of roses in B. C, in all leading varieties;    "  suitable for this section, in good 2-year blooming    sizes? 25c each, $20  per 100, $150 per 1000; smaller ones half price.  ���������������������������>   50,000 fruit trees in leading varieties.   Let me price your list.  10,000 shade trees, in all sizes and prices. ' 0  from   $3.00 per  Greenhouses full of plants in all sizes and  100 pots up.  prices,  M.J.   ENRY  OFFICE AND  PACKING GROUNDS   -  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817    ' '- -  Capital, $14,400,000 -   - Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88 __.-..  Honorary President, Rt. Hen. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G. '  ���������������������������    President, Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND,   _. C. M. G.  "-_-. Vice-President and General Manager,   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON, Eart.  PIead,pflfee;7Montreal.' London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  ^ _ri_riS_t!_feBANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.    ���������������������������  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq,, Manager, Vernon" .4  -:':A."E. TAYLOR. Manager. Enderby  .-*_-.  Finest in the Couffiii  .?%_. i  ... n ^  .1  _..' ^ I  tew-  Enderby is. a charming villiage jwith city airs.,..  JVhen Paddy Murphy shook "the snow, of Sandon- \  off his feet lie came. here,. and now owns one of;--,"  finest brick hotels ��������������������������� in, the  country.    Although;;'  Paddy is'an.Irishman, from Michigan, he. calls his, .-���������������������������;  hotel the King Edward.-   In addition to theex-.,v_  cellence of the meals, breakfast;is served.up to 10 _/:,  o'clock, which is^an added -attraction foi\tourists."'--  (Extract from Lo w ery's LeJ_c.)  King Edward Hotel, f |$t?raMUEPHY Enderby,.  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  .  A Life Insurance policy in tho Royal Insurance Co.  of Liverpool, En_r,, ia a vnhiable asset. A plain,  Btraig. tforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt, aa tr> its value.  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co. -  The Phoenix Insurance Co. ot London.  British America Assurance Co. ���������������������������'.' '���������������������������  ���������������������������Royal Insurance Coof Liverpool (Life dept)  Tlie London & Lancashire Guarantee &  Accident Co., of Canada. -,     ���������������������������"--  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY - ,  We would not put our name on these shoes if we did  not know them���������������������������know just what is in them���������������������������know  what is back of them.  Our immense factory equipment gives us a tremendous advantage in making_these shoes. It. reduces:  factory expenses and enables us to buy material more  cheaply, and to secure more skilled and competent labor.  And the labor counts for much in the making of a perfect shoe. After all it is pretty nearly the same paint  that paints the wagon box that makes the artist's masterpiece. The difference lies in the workmanship���������������������������in  the use of the materials���������������������������and this is where these shoes  excel���������������������������excel in superiority of workmanship. You will  note this in their finished appearance���������������������������you will feel it  in the perfect fit���������������������������you will detect it in their wearing  quality, and above all in the fact that Ames-Holden i  shoes not only fit at the first, but .'stay fitted-. :  throughout the life of the shoe.  ASK FOR  '7./''  AMES-HOLDEN SHOES  '   For Sale fey __ea<_lng Dealers  moit everywhere.  When you want a typewriter get the best���������������������������an OLIVER.  Full information of H. M. WALKER, Enderby agent, or The Oliver Typewriter Co.  Chicago, 111. > ��������������������������� if  m  1MB  E_  iS"YOUB OPPORTUNITY!  e������������������te_  fa*  Head  **>> _** __  LETJ1BRIDGE,   ALBERTA,   CANADA  Capital, SIOO.OOO, divided into 100,000 Shares of .1.00   each.  Directors :���������������������������J. Graham, C. A. Nlolsen. Secretary .~C. G. Bel!"  This Company now offers the remaining 50,00 shaves of their  Capital Stock to the public on tli. same terms as tho first issue,  viz., price 50c. per share, payable 20c. on application, 20c. on  May 1st,  .010, and 20c.  on August 1st,  1910.  Our first issue was for the purpose of obtaining money to erect  three grain elevators of about 30,000 bushels capacity, each at  the following places: Bow Island, V/innifred, and Seven Persons.  The shares were all subscribed for within 11 days of thc issue, of  the prospectus.  The issue of the remaining 50,000 shares is for thc purpose  of obtaining money to erect two additional elevators, one at B ur-  defcfc and one at Chiu, Lbi.3 giving us a chain of elevators nt town3  for a distance of 80 miles along the Canadian Pacific Hallway,  to which is tributary OVER THREE MILLION ACHES OP THE  FINEST WHEAT LAND IN THE--WORLD, and to erect a mill  of about 100 barrels capacity per day  at Bow Island.  We havo selected Bow Island as the most suitable place to  erect our mill for two reasons: First. NATURAL GAS has been  discovered near the place in enormous quantities. One well is the  second largest in thc world and has a flow sufficient to produce  35,000 horse power constantly.  Wo have arranged to secure a supply sufficient to produce 100  liorso power for 51.05 per day of 10 hours. Consider this for a  moment. Compare this with mills at Lethbridgo and other places  whero fuel costs from $18.00 to $20.00 per 100 horse power per  day-it means a clear SAVING TO THE SHAREHOLDERS of at  least $17.00 PER DAY.  Another reason for selecting Bow Island is that it is in the  centre of our chain of elevators and is the largest grain producing  centre between Tabcr and Medicine Hat���������������������������by building the mill  joining our elevator we will be able to handle the grain into the  mill in tho most economical manner.  ESTIMATED     PROFITS  - . To those who are not familiar with the Elevator and Milling  business, let us give a few conservative figures: A. 30,000 bushel  elevator will easily handle 150,000 bushels of grain during a season. The usual charge for handling the grain and loading into  cars, including storage for 15 days is 2 cents per bushel, which  will produce a revenue of $3,000 for each elevator, or $15,000 for.  the five. The oharge for elevator storage is three-fourths of a  cent per bushel per month and as many farmers hold their grain  until the following Spring the elevators are always full all Winter.  Figuring three months' storage, that will produce a further revenue of at leasfc $3,000, whicli brings the total earnings to $18,000.  The annual operating expenses cannot by any possible combination of circumstances exceed $4,750.00 for the five elevators, leaving U3 a net balanc'o of $13,750.00.  Our mill, with a capacity of 100 barrels pe_ day and with flour  selling at from $2.50 to $3.25 per hundred, and middlings at 75  cents per hundred, will, with wheat selling at 80 cents per bushel, give us a revenue of $03.00 per day; from which deduct $19.-  00 per day for operating expenses and we have a net income of  $44.00 per day,  or over $14,000 per year.  Our total net earnings will enable us, after setting, aside a  sum for sinking fund, to pay a 25 per cent, dividend on the capital.  _Wc will always be able.to. keep our mill running-at its full capacity; the mills in Lethbridgo are running day and night full capacity and are behind with their orders.  Don't forget that we h_.e NO COMPETITION. There is  not an elevator or a mill in tho territory we are operating in, and  with the majority of the fanners giving ns their support through  being shareholders our unqualified success is assured.  With elevators and mills earning such'enormous dividends, is  it any wonder that shares in companies only two years old, for  which 75c. was paid at formation, aro now  soiling for $1.50?  Elevator and milling shares aro as safe as a bank and pay  much greater returns.  REMEMBER wo have been given FREE SITES at every  placo whore wc aro erecting. Thcso sites aro valuable now and a  few years hence will be a considerable asset. Thc town of Bow  Island has exempted us from taxation for a period of five years.  _ You uoed have no hesitation in investing your money in this  enterprise, as the Directors aro landowners here, and are large  shareholders, they are determined to manage the Company in a  most economical and businesslike manner.  Another point for your consideration is that  dead-head, or promoter's, shares in this Company  has been given away or sold for loss than GOc.  If you have any friends in this locality write  their opinion of this Company, ancl  its  prospects,   or   write  bank here   _r Secretary   Board of Trade.  Our subscription lists close in a few davs, so DON'T DELAY.  Fill oufc form BELOW and MAIL'TO-DA'..* THIS AD. WILL  NOT APPEAR AGAIN.  Refer, by permission, Canadian Bank of Commerce, Lethbridgo. Application may be handed any branch Canadian Bank  of Commerce for transmission. '._  Make cheques, money orders, etc.. payable to Western Farmers Elevator and Milling Co., Limited.  For further information address the Secretary.  APPLICATION     FOR    SHARES  ii  there arc  no  Not a share  and  ask  them  any  THE WESTER FARMERS ELEVATOR & UILUNG CO.,  LIMITED  P. O. Box 1839, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.  Please allott me shares in tbe Western  Farmers Elevator & Milling Co.. Limited, price GOc. per  share, par value ������������������1.00, fully paid and non-assessable.  I agree to accept the above, or any less number,  which may bo allotted mc.  I enclose $... being at rate of 20c. per  share, and agree to pay 20c. per share on May 1st,  1910, and the final 20c. per share on August 1st, 1910.  NAME   ADDRESS  OCCUPATION  DATE..   * :__    %  PIES AND CAKES.  Molasses Sponge Cake.���������������������������Put two  -tablespoons-melted��������������������������� butter���������������������������infco-a  cup and  fill    with molasses;    add  beaten yolks of two eggs, six table-  lemon, two pounds of currants, two  upofuis boiling water, one teaspoon  pounds of raisins seeded and chop-  a moderate oven about one hour.  Christmas Cake.���������������������������One and one-  half pounds butter and ono and  one-half pounds sugar, rubbed to a  cream, twelve eggs, yolks and:  whites beaten separately, one-third  pint of molasses, two teaspoonfula  cloves, tvi _ of cinnamon, two of  allspice, two of raace, two good tea-  spoonfuls, soda sifted through two  p_o unds_of_ jlou v sever a 1 ..times. _ ono  nutmeg grated,  one  tablespoonful  which should be heated.    Bake in  marshmallow inclose a pecan nut;  cadi of ginger, cinnamon, and  clovt.:;; add a little salt and nut-  zncg. Bake in layers and put together with boiled frosting, using  whites of aggs. This recipe is good  to know when milk is not handy  .and is economical in not calling, for  usual amount of butter ancl sugar.  Heavenly Cake.���������������������������Hy following directions as given below a good cuke  can be had: One cup sugar, yolk  of five eggs, white of live eggs beaten separately, one cup bread  orumbs crushed under roller, one  cup dates and walnuts mixed and  chopped fine, one teaspoon baking  powder; mix  well.    Lake two lay-1 LllQ dough }ias b  ped, one-half pound citron chop  peel, two-thirds cupful brandy.  .Bako slowly nearly three hours.  This quantity makes three largo  loaves. Ice nicely, put away in jnr  in a cool place, and it will keep a  year.  Children's" Cookies.���������������������������One cup  sugar, one-half cup butter, two  eggs well boaten, ono-third cup  sweet milk. Flavor with nutmeg,  and add flour in which ha.s boon sifted two teaspoonful." good baking  powder. Have dough soft as can  be conveniently handled, ancl after  cutting, sprinkle with granulated  sugar find bako quickly.   Before all  put these in the place of thc pits,  close th. m, and roll in powdered  sugar. Line a glass jar or tin box  with waxed paper ancl close tightly,  and the prunes will keep for weeks.  If they have absorbed the powdered sugar roll them again just before s.rving.  (Sweetbread Loaf.���������������������������Take t\70  pounds sweetbreads, clean thor-  ^iigh.jvv,_^pAJj3mLfoi__.fi_v:e^minute9__i.n_  salt water. Take out and slightly  cool. Take threo eggs and beat  thoroughly, dip sweetbreads in  eggs, then in cracker crumbs, then  again in eggs, then in corn meal,  and lay in a platter for one-half  hour. Prepare a frying kettle of  pure Inrd, fry each sweetbread  carefully and lay on _ warm platter.. Take, one . Joaf. of. baker's  broad, cut oft' tops squarely so a?  to refit again, .crape out all the  center of loaf, then baste the    in-  o. melted chocolate. Let boil and  stir in cake. Bake in layers and  put together with following for.  filling. TVo cupfuls of brown sugar, one-half cupful of cream, one-  half cupful of butter; let boil five  minutes' and add one-half cake of  chocolate molted.  Angel Food Helps.���������������������������Try baking  it in the crock in which it is "stirred up," being sure it is stirred  .__ve.U_an__.thcubo.ttom ,-so^n o.=s u ga rui s.  loft to stick to crock, then you are  sure you have wasted no batter,  you only have a spoon and egg  beat or to wash. Invert your crock  when cake is done, raise it a little  to let air pass under, when cold can  be set away in crock and covered,  will keep for day_ and is not taking up more room than an empty  crock.. ..To .use. up yolks .bake a yellow cake as follows: One cupful  sugar, ono-half cupful butter, yolks  of six eggs, one-half   cupful milk,  C. _". ITS. GREAT HT1C0E0.  ���������������������������In Seven Years Has Increased It*  Mileage 136 per cent., Gross  Earnings 3.32 per cent., and Ne|  315 per cent.  Few railroads can point to ai  greater record of expansion ane,  growth than can the Canadian!  Northern. I  Thc report for the year ended  June SCth, last, just issued, shows  that this record lias continued unabated. While in the fiscal year  1008, when United States railroads  were experiencing tremendous los-'  ses, tlsis road showed an increase  of $1,350,000 in gross earnings, or  15 per cent., it has in the ycai. 1909  further improved this showing with  an additional increase of $872,305,  or 8.9S per cent., in gross and  $533,675, or 17.60 per cent., in net.  .Operating expenses this^ycar represented 66.30 per cent, of gross  .earnings against 68.70 per cent lasb  year.  Since June 30th, 1903, which wai\  the first year in which thc Canadian Northern issued "an annual report, the company's mileage haa  increased.from 1,276 to 3,013, on  June 30, 1909, or equivalent to 13<J  per cent. In thc same time grosa  has increased from $2,449,579 per  annum to $10,591,768, or 332 per  cent:, and net earnings from $860,-  ES.'i to $3,566,362, or 315 per cent:  Passengers carried have increased  from 231,801 to 1,028,787, passengers carried one mile from 16,733,-  60S to 78,044,255, tons of revenue  frieight from 901,603 to 2,958,802,  and-tons carried one mile from  251,342,113.to   1,000,875,386.  Total capital, including deben-  ture stock and car trust obliga������������������  tions, has increased in thc seven  years from $39,068,127-, or .$31.08Q  per mile of line to $122,363,477, oi  $40,640 per mile. The Canadian  Government has guaranteed $26,������������������  727,183 of this Company's bonds and,  debenture stock.  Additional safety can be found ii^  (the company's land grant account^  Which on June 30, 1909, showed 3  balance of $7,273,229 duo on land  kales and cash on deposit,-account  of land sales, amounting to $4}1  302,637 and in ,. addition the comi  pany owns 1,393,013 aores of unsold  lands in the provinces of Manitoi  ba and Saskatchewan.  In view of the company's rapid  growth.in mileage in recent years,  it is interesting to note that ever5  y������������������ar has recorded, an increase in  the gross earnings per mile of linf  while, in tiie item of net earnings^  the year 1008 showed a slight set.  back which has been more than re.  covered ia the fiscal year just re^  sorted..  G RE AT SNIiFP-TA KER S.  China Has Snuff   .Vorili Fabulous  Amount.  China is the greatest snuff-taking  country of the world, and there is  a snuff there worth thc* theoretical,  fancy price of $1,000,000 a pound,  which is handed round at thc great;  banquets. Its high value conies in.  this way: Thc rich Chinamen buy;  ___������������������ bulk of their snuff J.rorn PqrUi-=  gill, where there are families own-  sido, toast cover of loaf, take one-(two cupfuls of flour, two teaspoon  half pound bacon and boil.    Take I fuls baking powder, grated rind and  ing private old-time recipes, who  sell their snuff at from $200 to $250  a pound to the Chinese. Then tha  Chinaman keeps it many years, and  the legal rate of interest being 32  per cent, per annum, its theoretical  value soon increases. The Chinese carry it in beautiful bottles 0!  porcelain and agate, miracles 0!  art, which arc worth from-$2.50 to-  .1,000 each.  *rs and use whipped cream between  layer...  Southern Cornbread.���������������������������Sift one  quart of white oornincal with two  tea..poonfuis of baking powder, add  three tablespoonfuls of melted lard,  salt to ta_le, beat three eggs and  a pint of milk, or enough to thin  batter. Beat all hard for'two minutes and bako rather quickly in a  hot, well greatjed pan in whieh a  . little meal has been silted Eat  immediately.  Pumpkin Pie.-���������������������������Select a medium  sized pumpkin, solid substance,  and dark orange color. Cook in  water enough, io prevent burning,  which should bo evaporated in thc  end to .leavo all the sweet flavors  with tho pulp. Then for a deep pie  use one cupful pumpkin, a pinch  of nutmeg, clove, and salt, ono-  quarfcer   teaspoonful   of cinnamon,  knife a fino "00  child in tho family. If you are so  unfortunate as to have no littlo children in tho house, thou bake  "cookie babies" for your neighbor's children, especially if thc  neighbor is poor and hor children  look hungry.  Christmas Cookies.���������������������������One cup almonds cut in small pieces, one cup  powdered sugar, one teaspoon cin-'  nainon und grated bitter chocolate  mixed, and the whites of two eggs  unbeaten. Peat all together, adding almonds last. Drop on buttered paper and bake in slow oven  twenty minutes. Thcso arc'delicious.  one tablespoonful of melted butter,  have a small brush and butter inside of loaf. Take cwoetbrcada, lay  row in bottom; take broiled'bacon  covering sweetbreads,  one slice of  1  been used, cut with jlamon   in center, add    Bwoctbrea.  okio   _r..v'' for each j and bacon in alternate layers until  TESTED RECIPES.  1  loaf is filled ; on top have two slices  of lemon in each end ; recover vith  top. Serve on warm platter well  garnished with parsley.  Mint Cup���������������������������Extract the juice from  five lemons, using a lemon squeezer Add the leaves from three-  fourths of a bunch of fresh mint,  ono and one-half cupfuls of sugar,  and one-half cupful of water. Cover  and let stand thirty minutes. Just  before serving pour into a pitcher  over a large piece of ice and add  three bottles of chilled ginger ale.  Put a small hunch of mint leave,  in thc top for a garnish.  Chocolate Cake.���������������������������One and one  half cupfuls of sugar, one cupful of  butter, four egg beaten separately, one cupful of sweet milk, three  sind one-half cupfuls of flour, one  teaspoonful    of   vanilla,  one    tea-  Stuffed Prunes.���������������������������Get soft, bright  prunes, do not wash or .soak them,  ono-half teaspoonful of ginger, with ! but rub thoroughly with a coarse spoonful of baking powder, one tea-  one-half cupful of sugar; add this j towel, much as you would rub the j spoonful of soda. * Cooked part:  to tho pumpkin with ono baaton j do . u from a peach. Remove the Ono-half cupfuls swe-et milk, onc-  ejjg, and three cupfuls of rich milk. ; pi is carefully.      In   the    half of a half cupful of sugar, one-half cake  juice of one-half lemon, one-eighth  teaspoonful nutmeg ; make a chocolate filling, using three or four  yolks, and your waste i3 nearly all  used up; if yolks are unbroken place  in a dish and cover with cold water,  placo in cool place- and they will  keep till all used.  USEFUL HINTS.  Befor turning out a pudding, let  it stand for three minutes to allow  the steam to escape.  Castor oil becomes tasteless if  bc-aten and thoroughly mixed with  thc white of an egg.  The best grade of borax makes  a good dentines and also purifies  the mouth. It should bo mixed with  chalk.  If   the     oven  does    not  brown,  ���������������������������sprinkle a good handful of sugar on  he  bottom  of the  oven.    It  will  then brown anything.  To keep tins bright, wash well  with strong soda and water; then  dry polish with a cVjth and a little  powdered whiting.  To destroy    crickets   or beetles, i  '".if  somo    encumber  neel    on  the  floor near the ?"n.������������������ 1-V1. ������������������-��������������������������� frequent.  This will  soon destroy them.  ROW A BANK G*tt WS.  Appropos of thc recent announce*  ment in the Daily papers that th������������������.  Traders Dank of Canada hns jus|  oponcd a Branch in Montreal, refi  crcncc to Banking records show  that this ontorprising Institution  has opened over twenty nevi  Branches thin year in Canada.  Hitherto the efforts of thc Trad,  crs Bank havo been directed mainly  to extending in Ontario and the}  West. Their recently opene .  Branch in Vancouver was in linq  with their general policy of expan.  sion, but the Montreal Branch no\$|  opened under the able Managa.  ment of Mr. Fred. W. Bain, for-i  merly Manager at Ingersoll, Om  tario, is an evidence that th.  Traders Bank intends invading  Quebec and the Eastern Provinces,  and they will soon be one of thf  Jargo3t outstanding features of ouC,  large Financial Institutions."..',_,.  . ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������'....���������������������������  HIS AWFUL  MISTAKE,  r  Mr. Now rich���������������������������I understand the  orchestra is to play one of Doorknob's compositions to-night?  Mrs.  Oldstick���������������������������Doorknob''  Doorknob?    Ah!    I  supcose '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Eandel!  iy_  ft  I  m\  '!_  m  i  H ft. !  I J'  (,h t_  *������������������'  _"_ *  >*-_  .' _  li  I  \  ������������������  i  ONE WOMAN'S  STATEMENT  TELLS   HER    SUFFERING SIS-  TER8 TO  USE DODD'S  KTDI.EY PILLS.  Th.y Proved   a   Blessing   to Hcr  Weakness  Than She  When Her Pains  and  Were   Almost  Could Bear.  More  St. George, Man., Dec. 13.���������������������������  (Special).���������������������������Hoping to save her sister women in the- West from pains  and aches whicli come at the critical times in a woman's life, Mrs.  Arscno Vinet of this place has given  the following statement for publication :���������������������������  "I have brought up a large family and have always enjoyed good  health until"the last two years. I  am fifty-four years of age and at the  critical time of life that comes to  every woman, I had pains in my  right hip and shoulder. I could not  lie down two minutes at a time  without suffering the'greatest agony. Sometimes I awakened with  a feeling as if some one had laid a  piece of ice on my head. Another  time it would bo a burning pain  under the left Bhoulder.  "I took many medicines but could  get no relief,,, till reading of cures  of similar case3 to my own by  Dodd's Kidney Pills, led me to try  them.    They did wonders  for me.  "I want all women to know what  Dodd's Kidney Pills did for me."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure the  Kidneys. The woman who has  sound ' Kidneys is" safeguarded  against nine-tenths of the suffering  that makes life a burden lo the  women of Canada.   , __*   A GREAT HELP.  "Your daughter must be a great  help to you."  "Indeed she is. She often gets  the hot water ready for' me to wash  thc dishes."  PILES CUREDaTHOME by  New Absorption Method  ' If you suffer from bleeding, itching, blind or protruding Piles, send  me your address, and I will tell  you how to euro yourself at home  1 by the new absorption treatment;  and will also send some of this home  ' treatment free for trial, with references from your own locality if requested. Immediate relief and  permanent cure assured. Send no  money, but tell others of this offer,  Write to-day to Mrs. M. Summers,  Box P 719 Windsor, Ont:  Box P 720 Windsor, Ont.  SENTENCE SERMONS.  Love needs no interpreter.  Evcry blessing makes you a debtor.  Affection is np." .v guilty of affectation.  Heaven ranks by service and not  by salary.  A lust is an appetite in the seat  of the will.  Our principles are simply our  habits of thinking.  You cannot hide your vices under advertisements of your virtues.  Little individual kindnesses make  the way for thc universal love.?  Thc people who raise thc row in  a church seldom raise the revenue.  It18 only when our virtues aro  lonesome that they feel-like boasting.  Training a child in ,orderliness  may be training a man in righteousness.  If there were enough peace keepers the peace makers would not be  needed.  We are ready to forgive in our  friends the offenses that have not  hurt our corns.  He who saves all his kindness for  the good comes to believe there are  none worthy of it.  This is a dark world to those in  whom, selfishness has turned the  eyes permanently" inward.  It takes more than chemistry of  soils to grow a crop and more than  tbelogy to grow a character.  When a man thinks that his reason has the reins on his passions  he is often mistaking the tugs for  the lines.'  Most of us come back some day to  _/  th. thorns that spring from the  harsh words and acts of our own  sowing.  Often the angels hear a mother's  crooning when they are deaf to all  the-sounds of the big church quartette.  ���������������������������Sag  "jr.���������������������������  Sir Wirfrid Laurier Keeping Hi^ Social Engagements wilh a Taxicab  TAXICABS AS AN INVESTMENT  A system, wliicfe can beast of feeiag the only means of rapid transit in a quick  growiaj comsHsasty, is aa ideal investment, because il is a big money earner.  Toront oVTaxicabs hare ___������������������_������������������___���������������������������_ taeir value as the rapid transit service of :h _ city.  Toronto's Taxicabs fcave pr o7*n taeir big earning powers, and can, under pr������������������������������������enl  conditions,  pay a <Lvteend of 10/.  per   annua, or 2J_7. quarterly, beg.nnug Jaaiury, 1910.  We advise the purchase dg ������������������J AA per share, par va'us $5.<X>, and  of Taxicab Stock at *P \2m\JKJ_ the tiae to buy is now.,  Snbscriptioas will be accepted up to ISO shares in the order received at this office,  E. A. ENGLISH'.������������������S_mS55 TORONTO  Sen4 for oar Uluatrotcd booklet.  A Pill That Lightens.Life. ��������������������������� To  the man who is a victim of indigestion the transaction of business becomes an added misery. He"cannot  concentrate his mind upon his tasks  and.loss and vexation attend him.  To such a man Parmelee's Vegetable Pills offer relief. A course of  treatment, according to directions,  will convince him of their great excellence. They are confidently recommended because they will do all  that is claimed for them.  A MEAN TRICK.  -   "George played a mean trick on  mc last night."  ."What was it?"  "He came uj_ to our home without having shaved,-and���������������������������well, just-  see how red    my    cheeks are this  g_5������������������_____  LA GRIPPE  Arrested, aad ���������������������������������������������e_sr_$&_ Cere _  Mr.G.D.CohveH.������������������. W ������������������_*rrck.Gn_  was stricken d_ wn wib _* Grippe in I9G_  and it left Hi. jn very bad .cM&ion. Hs  lay*: 1 was kHz _a <!������������������_.������������������ ecd bo_:__ag e_  Coniumpikm. I������������������������������������_d ns.sV-p atn'gks.  had awful swcaU, ar_ eoughtd n**riy t_w  whole time." T__ ii how I was wk_n I  began ta take Psyck i _. io a low csrvoia  tia.; but from the first belt. 1 _ega_ to  . improve. It did marvels for ins ar.d bicu������������������_!  me back to he .thin no tircc, ci a���������������������������i_g_ new  -man cf me. It fortifies the body agtr n_  the Btlacks of La Grippe aud is a au. t prefix ve ntative. I always take Psychir.e ii ! feci  ������������������j a cold corning on tad it puts rr.c right :a  jj| CO time."  NO HOM_a__SKO>__.0.'i5E  _  . ,������������������, ,  Anything is wrong that is almost  right.  To discern and deal immediately  with causes and overcome them,  rather than to battle with effects  after the disease has secured a  lodgement, is the chief aim of _the  Tneelical ma"h~__rd=^"Biclde,s=^__rti^  Consumptive Syrup is thc result of  patient-study along this particular  line. At the first appearance of a  cold the Syrup will be found a  most efficient remedy, arresting developments and speedily healing  the'affected parts, so that the ailment disappears.  Kindly mention the name of this  paner in writing to advertisers.  COURTEOUS.  Lady (sternly)���������������������������"John Jones, you  Have already had too much strong  drink? Have you any more left in  that bottle?"  John Jones ��������������������������� "Very sorrish,  rua'am. There'8 not much left, but  menially) I'm sure yer welcomo to  it.   Help y'self."  Any wife will admit to you in confidence that her husband is worth  twice tho salary he is getting.  A Medicine Chest in Itself. ���������������������������  Only the ��������������������������� well-to-do can afford to  possess a medicine chest, but Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which is a  medicine chost in itself being a remedy for rheumatism, lumbago,  sore throat, colds, coughs, catarrh,  asthma and a potent healer for  wounds, cuts, bruises, sprains, etc.,  is .within the reach of thc.poorest,  owing to its cheapness. It  be in every house. ���������������������������  should  The  Law Union &/Crown  Insurance Company having acquired the.  Rock  Life   Office,  the  name of the   Company   h.'is   been   altered "to-    ���������������������������  THE LAW UNION & ROCK INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED  OJB������������������   _E_0JSBX-OSB"  -  ASSETS EXCEED     -       -       $45,000,000.00  OYER $5,009,009 INVESTED IN   CANADA  . .CLAIMS PAID     -       OV.ER-;$L23.0M,0p0.00  FIRE   AND   ACCIDENT   RISKS   ACCEPTED.  "  - - Canadian-Head,"Ofiica : "...  112 St. James Street, corner Place d'ArmesV.UIoiitreal. - J  'A'conts wAnted In nnrtpresontad J. E. E. DICKSON, Canadian Mar. ajar  ���������������������������pr  , Towns in Canada.  Alex. S.  Katthaw, M.najrer.  W. O.' Aiken, Sub-Manager, Accident Department,'  ...        In all cases ?cf    .  DISTEMPER, PSNXEYE. INFLUENZA. '  COLDS, ETC.  of all horses, broodmares, colts, stallions, is 'to  M __S___T.MM   Tr_U^aS59  CTOCKS.  rfO   INVESTORS -YOUR   OKDBKS   TO  1      buy  or  sell    Stocks will   receive   my  personal attention.   8. M.  Mathews. Broker. 43 Scott Rt., Toronto.   QQySAN-GU-IN-I-T-^  Willie-"The Smiths are  cf relation of ours. Our  their dog's brother."  a kind  dog is  Try Murina Ey_ Remedy  For Red, Weak, Weary. Watery Eyes,  Granulation, Pink Eye and Eye Strain.  Mnrine Doesn't Smart; Soothe, Eye Pain.  Is Compounded by Experienced Physicians;  Contains no Injurious or Prohibited Drucs.  Try Murine for Your Eye Troubles. You  Will Like Murine. Try it in Baby's Eyes,  forScaly Eyelids; Druggists Sell" Murine  at 60c. The Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, will send You lutereelintr Eye Books  Free.  FROM KNGLISH SCHOOLBOYS  Tho following schoolboy "howlers" arc given by a correspondent:  "Thc blood-vessels arc the veins,  arteries, and artilleries." "A  ruminating animal is one that  chews its cubs." "Algebra was thc  wife of Euclid." "The masculine  ol' vixen is vicar."  When all other corn preparations  fail, try Holloway's Corn Cure. No  pain  enec  whatever,  and  in using it.  no  inconveni-  TWO OF A KIND.  ISSUE NO. 51-09.  The dean of a western university  was told by the students .that the  cook was turning out food not "fit  to eat."  The dean summoned the delinquent, lectured him on his shortcomings, and threatened him with  dismissal unless conditions were  bettered. _   ^  "Why, sir," exclaimed the cook,  "you oughtn't to place so much importance on what the young men  tell you about my meals? They  come to mc in just the same way  about your lectures."  Formosa exports over 4,000,000  pounds of camphor yearly.  EDUCATIONAL.  LEARN   THE    BARBER   MADE-NEW   _____Hystem���������������������������con Stant practice; careful  "Instruction;-few weeks complete course;  tools free; (rracluatos earn ' twelve to  eighteen dollars weekly, write for catalogue. Moler Barber College '221 Queen  East. Toronto.  LA  1  AT  British-American   Business   Col.ga,  Y.M.C.A. _l_g., TORONTO.  BEGINS   JANUARY,    _th  A  course   at  (.his  old  established  school produces the best re. ults.  WRITE FOR PARTICULARS.  T. M. WATSON. Principal.  on their tons, es or in the feed pnt Spohn'sLiquid  ���������������������������Com.wind. Give .the reuexly to all of thero. It  'acts oa thc blood and aland3. It rout* tbe d_ea������������������_  "by i_ _> ci linsr t lie di_t_se ewrnxs." 2t ���������������������������warr-w o_ f__  1 trouble no matter how thay ara * 'a rsesod." . Ab-  solut _y freo iron. aByths..* i_{t_iot_ . A cblld  can sr.fely take It. SOC and 81.00; S5.M and $11.00  toe dozen.   Sold by druggists acd _an.ss dealers.  .S3  Uiatri _ utor/i:  YV itoleialc   jyrnggiHtm  SPQnS MED2C5L CO.,  Chemists and Bacteriologists  GOSHEN, IND., U. S. A.  A..DEETOR.  Blobbs��������������������������� "Harduppe says he owes  everything to his wife."  Slobbs���������������������������"Harduppe is a double-  distilled prevaricator. He owes $10  to me."  Con .fcnments SolloiUd.   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A Safe Pill for Suffering Women.  ���������������������������The secluded life of women which  permits of little healthful exercise,  is a fruitful cause of derangements  of the stomach and liver and is accountable for thc pain3 and lassitude that so many of them experience. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  will correct irregularities of the  digestive organs and restore health  and vigor. Thc most delicate woman can use them with safety, because their action, while effective,  is mild and soothing.  If  you  want  a-  thing  done  well,  hire  some  one  to  do  it  who  vnows  how.  These two desirable qualifications, pleasant to the taste and at  (he same time effectual, are to be  found in Mother Graves' Worm "Exterminator.   Children like it.  FAULT OF THE RANGE.  Mrs. Newed���������������������������"George, dear,  that range we bought last week is  no good. We'll have to get another one."  darling,  It's one  what's  of the  Do you tr������������������p or buy  Furs? I������������������rn C_a*d_ _>  1 argent de������������������l������������������r, I p_y  hignestpriceB. Your  Bhiptnaati solicited.  I pay mall and express cha.rsr_R3 remit  Also lartreKt dtalar in Becfbidei.,  skins, etc. Quotations and shipping tags  JOHN   HALLAM   TORONTO  promptly,  Slieepe'  scat free.  Newed-ffWhy.  wrong with it?"  best made."  Mrs. "Nowcd-"Well, I can't help  that. I tried to mak. a lemon pie  iu it this morning and It came out  a pudding."  LADIES'        ������������������  _w.t__.wa  otr  OUTIN _  ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ��������������������������� .SUIT.  Ou h������������������ d*o������������������ parfactir if our Fr������������������nob Proocn.   Try H  ���������������������������_.IT)8H AMEBIC**. DYK1K0 CO.  _OMTfttA__  TOSOJNXO,   OTTAWA   k QUEBM  . V CtUMJ* ������������������*> PN������������������vnom.\FUVKfr.  When oua  la "efclllwl  Hiroujii." or niOtT* from  HhftuiAiitlc   Paina,    ,ov������������������ |  T.ro.t_ LumbatfA Toatli-  ������������������oLa_Ncn._lKl*.bci_ti'  i-p   Pnoumonla,  Torwll-  jt:. Jufti������������������w)������������������at!nnof the  l������������������ronohl*l Tuhcj, Bow-  clii or 1>ux_ca.   ������������������<ranii  Bt)t������������������    MtiHolfc .  or Pulnsof hi������������������y  kind, cm I  lr_������������������������������������iyiiy'''       JSJl^  .������������������adgr        _^3__"i  "I'ra  I'v.  "Mamma," said little May,  afraid I'm naughty, because  got an awful stomach-ache." "11  was the pie you ate, I think.  May." "Oh, no, mamma, the pi<  was too good to behave like that. I  It must be me!"  QUICKEST WITH SAFETY  Browne���������������������������"Does he follow the medical profession V Qreene--',Y m  ������������������������������������������������������in a sense���������������������������he's to undertaker."  CX.HE   ..  W. ttS. JEWK Wl_Juw.y*g^4 ���������������������������o   <t  TPIE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 17,191Q  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  SPLENDID ATTRACTIONS  . _..       Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, _ to 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Oflico: Cor. Cliff nnd George Sts. ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block. Enderby,B.C.  .:^u____*_r__x__E____L_____ir_nj_____������������������___^^  SECRET SOCIETIES       ;  A deten_ined.f.effqrt lias been made  this season...?'��������������������������� bring to..".Enderby. .t_e  ; highest.class- theatricals it... is pos-  I sible to get for a town of this-size.  : Indeed, some of. the attractions sent  ; to us by the C. P. Walker Syndicate  I have resulted in a loss to those interested. But Enderby has made a  i record; our people, small in numbers  jas we are, have put the stamp of ap-  ! proval on the really good, and are  i determined to eliminate the trashy.  : That we have been taken. 4n now and  I then is riot to be wondered at, when  A.F.&A.P  Enderby  Regular  j we consider the character of shows  ! which heretofore have occupied this  : field. Gradually the poor shows will  to    the better class,  !_-ltlnB8No'n������������������_: ]eave Enderby  FRED. H. KARNES  W. M.  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows H������������������U. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  0.0. F.  ^y   Eureka Lodge, No. iO  Meets every Tuesday evening at So'clc:k, in I. 0.  0. .. hal!, Metcalf block.    Visiting brothers always    welcome.    J.   A.  McMorland,  N. G.,  A.  Reeves, Sec'y, E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in IC. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.-  ROBT. N, BAILEY, C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  I .J. COLT ART. M.F.  ; when they    are    given   a frost from  ' empty seats.  ���������������������������    Next week we arc sure of two great  ' treats.   The first will  be the lecture  by Rev.    Mr.    James, in the Presby-  1 tcrian church,  who has been induced  , to come to    Enderby   by Mr.  Campbell.   We who know Mr. Campbell are  sure  that    he    would  not be instrumental in    bringing   Mr.  James here  did he not know him to be a man of  real    worth    with   a    message   that  would do -us   good    to hear.   Of Mr.  James,    Mr.    Campbell   says:    "Mr.  Wyllie,  of Kamloops, who has heard  him frequently, speaks of Mr. James '  K.of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable, as   an   ������������������]_   lecturer.    Mr.   Matheson   of  r public entertainments,     ror rates, etc., apply i  joiinstone, M. E.. Enderby   i Hullcar, has    heard him and says it  was one of the   best    things he has  | listened to, and assures us we may  expect one of the best things the Val-  ;ley has    had.   So    I feel justified in  These are the Prices To-day! recommendi*g   this with confidence.  Owing   to market   fluctuations,  prices   are   subject   to   change  ������������������T  ri- +,   V.jth?l_.    n0ti_ie^n .nn     >Italian  Skies'" and the  date Fe^.21  Moffet's Best Flour, $1.70 49-lbs  Mr.   James has travelled extensively  and speaks of things he has seen."  The title of   his lecture is "Under  dwelling houses for three .months before the signing'of the petition, and  "also up to the extent of two-thirds  "of -the.-, total, .number   signed 'by the  'wife of ev������������������ry...6uc_ housjeholdeif living  with, him,''  and' 'every f child of such'  householder living   In .< the  household  and' being of the full age of,21 years.'  It will be seen that cognizanc. has  i been taken of'.the'rigli.ts of the, wives  j in  the moral aspect ������������������f the question.  (There is also provision  for protests  ������������������������������������������������������against the renewal of licenses.  i    The    regulations    for    the    sale of  | liquor    are    calculated    to minimize ���������������������������  jdrunkenness and all other abuses in- j  ,cident to    public   houses.   Liquor is!  j not to be sold to persons apparently  I under the influence of liquor; minors,  iIndians, .habitual    drunkards or per-  , sons periodically given to excess,  or  to chauffeurs.  j    In addition    to   thc present provision for    "siwashing"  persons,   who,  j "by    excessive   drinking     of   liquor,  miss-spends,    wastes,    or  lessens  his  : estate or injures   his    health or en-  , dangers or    interrupts the peace and  .happiness of his family," liquor dealers,    wholesale    or   retail,    are prohibited from    selling    liquor to dipsomaniacs,    persons    of    notoriously  drunken habits or addicted to sprees  or    debauches,'    or    who    wastes his  money in riotous living, vagrants or  tramps,, prostitutes and Indians; ancl  any police officer may issue by circular prohibiting sale of liquor to persons   liable    to    "siwashing" as the  terra is understood.  ������������������������������������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������.���������������������������  ������������������__  m.i  _���������������������������.>,!  Ws&  II  _*  W  T  Mm  ,i?_s?fc_^.i  ___rW  ?<_:)  TOO  SLOW  Three Star Flour, $1.60 per  Drifted Snow Pastry, $1.60  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55   "  Graham Flour,     -    $1.45    "  Four Star Chop. $1.35 per 80 lbs  Three Star Chop, $1.30 per 80 lbs  Two Star Chop, $1.25 per 80-lbs  Bran: $.85 per 70 lbs.  Shorts, $1.15 per 90 lbs.  Middlings. $1.25 per 90 lbs.  Oats, SI.30 per 100 lbs.  Oat Chop, $.90 per 60 lbs.  Wheat, $2.20 perl25-lbs  Barley Chop, $1.05 per 70 lbs.  Whole Corn, $2.00 per 100 lbs.  Cracked Corn, $2.15 per 100 lbs.  Rolled Oats, $.75 per 20-lb sack.  Also a full line of Cereals ancl Wheat-  lets at Right Prices.     Free delivery  to any part of the Enderby city.  Terms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills "heard in k. p.  That McKenzie & Mann of the Canadian Northern Railway Company,  backed by the great New York financier, J. P. Morgan, have acquired all  the immense holdings on Vancouver  Island of the Dunsmnir family is the  announcement    that conies from  Vic-  vj_  toria    on    excellent    authority.   For j  The second event of the week will  be the eminent Daritone, Robert  Meikle, assisted by a concert company of unequalled excellence, inclu-;days past rumors have been afloat at  ding Mr. Prank Lloyd, one of the j Victoria that the coal mines and coal  leading . singing comedians of the , bearing .areas owned by James Duns-  English  concert stage,  Miss  Juanita |muir had passed    into    the hands of  I  I  ���������������������������  I  t  I  Badgley, dramatic reader, and Miss  Nellie Malcolm, solo pianiste. Of  Mr. Meikle the Winnipeg Free Press  says: "Mr. Meikle is unquestionably  the best baritone in the West, and  we have seldom heard his equal as an  exponent of the martial songs of  Scotland." The very highest praise  is said of the other members of the  company, and we can assure all that  this is the best concert company the  C. P. Walker syndicate has put on  the Lyceum   circuit.       They will be  the C. P. R. which is known to have  _had an option on them for sometime,  but the rival road has apparently  ; outwitted Sir Thomas Shaughnessy  !and his associates. The price is re-  | ported to be $11,000,000. It is stated that the new owners contemplate  , the erection of a great iron and steel  ,' plant on Vancouver Island.  i u  -  DOES IT PAY ?  Enderby  Company,   Ltd.  B C.  '1?  ic*_^--__a/rt_?P '  ���������������������������Ml^^m^  ning, Feb. 23rd  hall, Wednesday  Don't miss it.  eve-  NEW LIQUOR LAW  House  Cleaning  Will soon be on. Call and see  my stock of Carpets, Matting,  Linoleum, Wall Paper, and all  necessary articles for beautifying and making the home  comfortable.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer ami Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  ( Tne final official count in connection with the local option plebescite  . has just been made known. Local  , option throughout the Province lost  . by 562 votes, all claims of the local  ; optionists being allowed.  __Apxopos=of=this.=-the=bill==rcspecting-  Donald Matheson, of Hullcar,writes  \ to ask if it pays to advertise. We published this  "strayed" notice for him  ancl the   heifer    is   still absent from  home:  Strayed���������������������������One roan cow; notch out  of top and under right ear; brand  H on right ribs.  Nevertheless, advertising does pay.  Hey, you with the cow; take 'er 'ome  Goods  Just  Opened  Up!  Our Lady Customers %  will be delighted to see  the large line of White  Undergarments which  we are placing on our  shelves this week.      .  Big assortment of  "Blouses;'^  :Skirtsp:;::-T  Night Gq\viis, |  Come and see them and  pgefcourprices^  _<  i\m  1  '���������������������������*!?__  '������������������������������������������������������:Z-M  -:- .������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*,  ' ^(  ������������������������������������������������������    tffft.l  4  ; ._  ������������������_  l_  111  _ 1  ���������������������������  BREAD  __W_-.arc���������������������������stilL... making���������������������������brp.nd-.frnn.. -1  liquor licenses and the regulation of  BreaAlik^ Fl������������������U1"' 3 ^^ ^ 25������������������  the liqour traffic, prepared by the  Attorney General and brought down  by the government, is very drastic in  its provisions, and may be taken as  an indication that now that local  option has failed to carry the govern  ment intend going in for a very  strict code .and. its. rigid enforcement.  Jt is understood that action in this  direction was delayed by the Hon.  .Mr. Bowser in view of the plebescite  for some time in contemplation. The  bill before the house is an entirely  new code and repeals in toto the enactments previously in force  e mother used to make: not  chaffy, and full weight, We won first  and special at Salmon Arm Fall  Show for best loaf made from MoS-  et's Best flour. Patronize home flour  and labor, and deal with���������������������������  A.  J. POUND, City Restaurant  AT  ROBINSON'S  "Don't forget that I am getting in a  car of seed grain this Spring. Would  like to know your wants.  4  0fe are also!ppMiiigKup^  ^tHis;:week^^  |line;p������������������3.Sbl^0xttrd^^  ;Shoes'for the ;LadiesJ; in^  ^PatentiLeatH^  Sihd Tans;'^% ^ ^gS.  iWefeel sure that we  can save you money on<  ;these.;;:-Try:u^  Iii  PQ1.80N  CO. Enderby  1  For Sale    or Exchange.���������������������������8-year-old  mare (.now in training); good looking  j ���������������������������-1000  pounds.   Price,  $75.00,  or will  j exchange for horse, poultry or other  Local  option    to a  limited  extent  stock.     Also one Singer Sewing Malms been introduced so far as licenses 'chine    with    attachments; for family  not    already    in   existence    are con- ;sewing.   Quite    new.   Cost $60.   Will  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION  \TOTICE is hcroby jjiven  that the partnership ;  ���������������������������*���������������������������"    heretofore existing between us thc under- j  siKnecl, as proprietors of the Kinj? Edward Hotel,  in the City of Enderby,   B.  C,  has this day been j  dissolved by mutual consent. |  All debts owin>,r to the said  partnership' aro lo l  be paid to Mr. P. II.   Murphy,  at Enderby afore- i  said, and all elaims against the said partnership  are to be presented to the said P, H. Murphy, by  whom the same will be lettled.  Dated at End������������������rby, B, C., this let day of February, 1910.  BESSrE BELL, Administratrix,   P. H. MURPHY.   If you have not tried the Glen Gerrack milk and cream, you do not yet  know the satisfaction of being milk-  satisfied.  corned. Every application for a hotel  license must be accompanied by at  least two-thirds of the total number  of householders "of Caucasian race"  within a radius of three miles from  the hotel, being actual residents in  their own   rights    of occupation    of  $60.  accept $'10 on 8 months' note. Apply  Mansfield, Hullcar, (Enderby side  Hullcar hall.)  Lost���������������������������Black and tan Collie dog; with  white stockings ancl white collar; answering to the name of "Jumbo."  Kindly notify, W. E. Banton, Enderby.  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland  Turkey.  louseTGeese  1  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  ancl  White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  -���������������������������-��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������-  Enderby, B. C.  ^  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property. '  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERB_Y, B. C.  Cutters, and Fashionable  Winter turn-outs.  Good Rigs; Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  I  4  Hi  _1  Lost���������������������������$5 Reward.���������������������������Low heavy black  dog, white spot on breast, ���������������������������white  front feet and brown hind feet; brown  spot over each 'eye. Seven years old;  answers to the name of Towser. Address, Express Office, Vernon, B. O.  Man and wife want situation on  farm by 1st of March. Wife, cooking  and housework; man, general farm  work. Experienced. Address, Chris  Jones, Armstrong, B.C.  I.


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