BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Enderby Press and Walker's Weekly Jan 27, 1910

Item Metadata


JSON: xenderby-1.0178724.json
JSON-LD: xenderby-1.0178724-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xenderby-1.0178724-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xenderby-1.0178724-rdf.json
Turtle: xenderby-1.0178724-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xenderby-1.0178724-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xenderby-1.0178724-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 _p  x  (lL_ia*^o-JrV|  Enderby, B. C,  January 27, 1910  AND       WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 2; No. 48; Whole No. 100  _*v ___.*___-������������������  i��������������������������������������������� inur   iii~_  News in and About  Enderby and Distric  GREAT UNIONIST GAINS  No curling this week.  S. Poison spent a few days in Enderby this week from Vernon.  -W. E. Banton entertained his Sunday School class at his home on last  Thursday evening."  Shirt sleeves and perspiration in  the open, in the-month of January is  not so bad���������������������������excepting for the loggers  and curlers.  The Enderby Juniors played a return match of hocky with the Armstrong boys, last Wednesday, and  were beaten by a score of 2-1.  The young ladies' of Enderby. were  not able to hold their carnival on  Monday evening,, owing to the ice  disappearing with the warm weather.  Don't talk to mc about your.Tam-  manys. You can steal a City street  in as bucolic a town'as Enderby if  you are real pious and know how .to  go about it. . '  All trade licenses expired on Jan.  15th. If you did. not renew, better do  so at once, as any "person trading  without a license is liable to a penalty of $2.0.00.  est peep into the future,  of which a  full report will be given next  week.  Mr. S. Renaud of Alberta, is looking  for laud about Enderby. Thos. Pound  is assisting him in gathering information. , ���������������������������  Halley's comet was plainly visible  Wednesday evening between .5 and 6  o'clock. Watch for i't the next clear  evening. It will be seen low in the  western horizon, with tail pointing  straight upward: Shortly after 6 its  head falls below .the horizon, and the  disappearance of the tail or shaft of  light soon follows. - '  Later news from the Mother Land  indicate that instead of the Libera]  majority indicated in the last week  reports, there is, in fact, no working  majority for anyone, and the fear is  expressed that another election may  follow in the near^future. The standing of the different parties at last reports 'was: Liberals,"' 200; Laborites,  33; Nationalists, 69; Unionists, 219.  It is now recognized that if thc Liberals cannot control both the Labor-  Enderby Board of  Trade Elects Officers  A meeting of the Enderby Board of [could safely be put in.for about $5000 "'.,'-  Trade was held in the Board room, '���������������������������possibly less���������������������������at the place indicated -  Tuesday evening, and in addition rto '. on accompanying plan. '        '  other business, the annual election,of  officers was held.  Tbe first business to-come up, after  the disposal of the_ minutes, and questions   appertaining   thereto, was the"  ''Respectfully .yours.  .  "FRED.  H. BARNES.   ';  The report was adopted and a resolution passed, to be presented to the  Departmeot of Works, .Victoria, ask-  ite and  Nationalist    vote,  they will: renoet submitted by F. H. Barnes on,-       4..     /. .   _.    _. ,       ���������������������������    ...  not be   able, to   do    business.   - The ; the question of a bridge  across the   . n^ Sw^l^.. &^"Jl^  TOBACCO GROWING  Mr. Hallman, of the Kelowna to:  bacco company, returned from' the  coast on Monday, where he went to  interest Vancouver tobacco men in  the Kelowna concern. Mr. Hallman  was highly successful in his mission,  and the Kelowna company is now in  the hands of men of great wealth. It  is the intention now to greatly enlarge the company's operations, and  to make it the largest in Western  Canada. - This season the company is  going to experiment in the vicinity of  .   , .        _���������������������������._���������������������������..        _    Enderby in the growing and curing of  , A large number of_ Enderbyites _at- thg ieaf. . They require more damp.  ness than.they--get'yat Kelowna for.  tended the dance at Hullcar.last Fri  day evening," and report a real enjoyable Hullcar time.   There" were nearly  300 people present.  Time of Sunday School in the Presbyterian church has been changed to  2:30 p. m. instead of 10 a. mi, the  first service, under the new time will  be held next Sunday.  A meeting of the Spallumcheen Agricultural Society will be' held at  Armstrong, on Saturday, at 2 p.m.,  to discuss general matters of interest  to the farmers of this section.  The new officers of the Enderby  lodge of Oddfellows were installed at  the last regular meeting. Following  arc the elected: N. G.," J. A. Mc-  Morland; V. G., R. Blackburn; R. S.,  A'. Reeves; F. S., R. E. Wheeler; T.,  E. J. Mack.  In spite of the wet, slippery roads;  the damp and foggy weather, which  was__augmented_ J>y_a_ drizzling rain,  rural elections are still going on, and j Spallumcheen river to give the Trillin these the Unionists are making!ity Valley settlers access to the En-  great, gains. But ii they should win ; derby-Mabel Lake road. Mr. Barnes  the greater majority of all yet to be was appointed some time ago- by>"the  heard from, they would still be with-.: Board to make an inspection of the  Out a wording majority against thc' site prqnosed by tbe settlers, and his  combined forces of the coalition for- j report i..as follows:  ees oi   the   Laborites,    Liberals and ���������������������������    ,,T . ...        ,    .. . ,  Nationalists       Tf. f* r!i___v   ������������������������������������������������������.,w.l..   I. herewith   submit' my report on  now  form.  tionalists       It is c_. in].    .vi.ent!    "I herewith   submit'" my report on  'ThrtBiglJd fa, _i?o_   tarifl r -  X? ,^   t0 . be    'juilt   aCr������������������SS ���������������������������?.  0 Spallumcheen river, to give an outlet  RECREATION GROUND RINK  to the Trinity Valley:  "Proposed    site - is on section line  -_   23,  between N.  E.  f 22 ancl N.W.  Frank Prince, largely to whose eff-.n.     10   _____ 0   iv     * /.u ���������������������������.���������������������������  orts thc A. R. Rogers Company was j1 . ;p"��������������������������� Ranf ,8,-. *' of 6th meridian  enabled to get the rink on the1 Rec-1. n^vf..f ;tlus P������������������lutn bas N������������������- 1  reation Ground in shape for the i ^ J^\do *ot overflow and is  skaters, is entitled to all kinds of i J ^ _ ._. ^f" Wld_ *?d  appreciation for thc public spirit-and !?*__ -Uj_ - P ������������������ T f^f I &  unselfish labor put on it. The ice, up.*���������������������������1}' nf*f\ ������������������������������������������������������nt Y?������������������cht tak,e*  to the coming of thc warm spell, 'was !���������������������������������������������st ������������������f th-,f m&thL an. * straight  kept in ane- condition, and a large ^; "������������������ ^. CUITents af tlUS P������������������Ant'  waiting room with stove and music.  2������������������   %8���������������������������8MJ?ProachoB ������������������n either  sine.  the perfect curing of the best leaf,  and they believe the weather conditions of this end of the Valley are  the exact thing. At all events, they  will this season plant ten acres at  Enderby, and erect drying sheds, etc.,,  for the proper curing facilities. . If  the experiment is a success, we shall  see, in -time, most of the best tobacco produced in Canada grown in the  Northern Okanagan, and Enderby  will be the centre of the industry.  We hear of the independence of the  tightens up ������������������_u_ muic lv-u 10      1      t  possible,    there    will    yet   be oSome 1        ' *" "  weeks of fun. |     '0l1 ^xe  south side of the river a  grade of about 5 per cent, would land-  on the Trinity Vglley benches, in say^  ENDERBY    PRICES  Following are'the prevailing prices  one and one-half miles, thus keeping  as we go to press: j the main   read   out   of   the bottom  Eggs  40c doz! land, which in high water would tend  Butter    35c  lb. , to overflow.  Potatoes .1 cwt!    <<j; think jt would not be advisable   r  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Onions   $2  cwt  to locate   bridge   any higher up the  farmer, yet some men will ask their j1*^   ' c'Po.  *.+  liver lor   t'"s  "olltlot>   as there are  wives to,make their own butter when |Carrot   .-...$!._,_ cwt numerous    flats   and   marshes which  they can get it made by the Okana-1 TurniPs    ~; lr CU _ : musfc overflow   every'  spring at high  gan Va.ley Creamery, Armstrong, for j ParstliPs  ,��������������������������� '"-J^ CWt ] water, and would entail a very long  the small sum of 5 cents per pound    Winter'Apples  pi.75 box bridge.    I would    think   this bridge  _n_rf*. _������������������������������������������������������*-������������������' **'-*"*f*-?r^^Ttrir* ****  w*_*_������������������������������������������������������*_-**mti-.T*zt __nsarzm  ���������������������������3L. _������������������������������������������������������! *-_3__rs.._?__ 1. __������������������._i.__r.  ���������������������������two grass widows' and an old mafd  attended the church services at North  Enderby last'Sunday. The devoted-  ness and piety of these brave women  is worthy of honorable mention.  F. Moffet has fitted up an ideal  shop for his electrical fixtures up  stairs in the store house recently  erected by the A. R. Rogers Lumber  Co., and he is now in position to  handle with thoroughness and dispatch nny job of installing or repair  work. Few city workshops are better  prepared to handle work expeditiously than this ono  Thc installation of officers of the  Pythian Sisters was held last Friday  evening In K. of P. hall, and was  conducted by Mrs. Brown, of Revelstoke. Mrs. A. L. Matthews was  elected representative to the Grand  Lodge. The installation of the newly  elected officers of thc Knights' lodge  took place Monday evening, and was  conducted by Wm. Anderson.  The curlers who attended the bonspeil at Vernon last week from Enderby speak in highest praise of the  manner in which thc bonspeil was  conducted. Tlie rink skipped by P.  Murphy, consisting of A. Reeves, Jas  Evans, A. E. Taylor, won second in  tho contest for the Burns cup, and  that skipped by Geo. Bell, consisting  of F. Prince, F. Pyman, and J.  Brown, wort second in the Okanagan  Consolation contest,  City Clerk Rosoman moved into tbe  handsome City Offices in the City  Hall on Tuesday, and bright and  early Wednesday morning a Union  Jack was flying from the mast-head.  Wednesday evening the City Hall was  formally opened, there being a large  gathering of citizens present. Tbe  City Band was out, and there was a  season of speechmaking and an earn-  WALKER'S  WEEKLY  Trinity Valley Bridge and road matter, and to send    an' engineer to go/ :  over the ground with Mr.\ Barnes or   7  some one acquainted  with. the. coxing-  try.   The Secretary was also instruc-   ���������������������������  ted to send a copy- of the report to  Mr. C. Dubois Mason, Victoria..'.        " *  ,  A communication was read from P.  Dickson,  secretary of the Associated -  Boards of   Trade    of the Okanagan,"  stating  that the annual- meeting -of ���������������������������  the Associated Boards .would be helh~ ���������������������������  at Kelowna on the 26th.     Mr. Taylor;-,  was appointed delegate from Enderby,;  to attend the meeting. r       '���������������������������,-/���������������������������  .   A   communication -from the West--' '.  wad Ho!  magazine was reac-   s_ihg   "_  the Board to   submit   a. write-up:of  "���������������������������  the district   for_.: publication' in th_t'_;  magazine, and H. M. Walker, was. ap- _-;  pointed to  prepare" an "article along . ;  the lines,suggested.       -,   '-.-,   '-"r .   . ~;':.  ��������������������������� The annual   election of officers-foi- .v  lowed,-and. the following were chosen:!"_  ArE.-Taylor," president; Jas.;Mowavt,   -:'  vice-president; Dr. H. W. Keith, "sec- ���������������������������'-  retary.       The naming of the "several ---  committees was   laid   over until, the   :  "next meeting. . _--..-.  The    Secretary   was   instructed to  write the City Council and ask if the ��������������������������� '  Council Chamber    of   .the " City Hall  would be  available for the  Beard to  hold its meetings in.     -    - -       -���������������������������'.  HOW THE VALLEY IS GROWING  Published every Thursdftf al Enderby, the Gate-Way of the femoun Okanagan, Land of the Bis Canadian Rec! Apple end the California of Canada  Entered ii. the Fost Office at Enderby, B. C, as second-cla:i_ mattw.  "In order to be poor in the Okanagan, you have to waste an av/ful lotof Time and Money."  II.    M.     W   A  I.   K   1.   1_  ONE   MAN'S POINT OF VIEW  WHEN Los Angeles, Cal., a city  of 300,000, voted.to issue bonds  in the'sum of $23,000,000 for  the purpose of bringing a water supply to that city for future generations to use,. it was recognized by  business men and economists as a  brilliant business proposition. When  Canada, with its population of eight  millions, and resources greater than  any nation in the world, proposes to  raise $16,000,000 for the purpose of  building a navy, it is looked upon by  most men as a silly show of baby  loyalty. Sixteen millions will build  and equip for service about three  gun boats, which, in case of a naval  conflict with the navy against which  we are supposed to be preparing to  fight, would last about sixteen seconds. A hundred millions spent in  war ships, if it were possible to build  them or have them built within the  next two or three years, might be  worth talking about. But sixteen  millions would give us only a tin-pot  navy for any Flying Dutchman to  pick up and carry home under his arm.  It will require 20 years for Canada  to build anything worthy the name  of a navy, and the cost would have  to be a hundred and sixty millions  instead of sixteen. And it wouldn't  then be worth a duce in the hole as a  fighting arm against those nations  which have had a century the start  of us. And, besides, twenty years  from now navies   will be as obsolete  as the old flint-lock musket as a war  machine.    The war now coming, and  which will be upon us before 1920, is  necessary to destroy  the navies now  existing, and after that there  won't  be any more war.     Men and nations  ure becoming-sane.- Thoy-know-tliat  to carry '"a   chip    on    your shoulder  means a   fight;   a   piece of mistletoe  on the coat-tail a kick.     We Britons  now living will see the day when we  shall be ashamed of our present madness, and our children shall laugh atom- folly in staking all we have and  all we are upon our machines of destruction.   To live by the sword is to  die by it.   It must come.   It is coming.     And   we   shall    then   learn in  meekness   the    power   of love in the  molding of character and the making  of nations.   Canada does not need a  navy.   It were better to build flying  machines    for   fighting    craft,    if we  must have them, for that is the machine that   is    going    to   finish our  Dreadnaughts.     But why build fighting machines at all?   Can't we be a  people of peace?   Put the sixteen millions, and add another fifty to it, into home defenses;    the protecting of  our harbors, and making invasion by  an enemy impossible.   Our little tin-  pot navy would be no protection at  home, and certainly   could not be of  any assistance to the Mother Land.  If we are - prepared   to   say   to the  world that wc arc not a fighting people, but that we are prepared to sacrifice every life in defense of Canada  and our homes,   we   shall inspire infinitely more   respect abroad, nnd n  truer loyalty   at   home, than all the  warships    would    inspire    that     wc  might build in a hundred years.   Cut  it out, Sir Wilfrid, cut it out.  AND here's the way they do it  at Yakima: "When our train  stopped at North . Yakima,"  writes Elbert Hubbard, "there was a  boy with a bushel-basket of apples  for each ear. No, Rella; not to sell,  .to give-away���������������������������one big applc-to every  passenger���������������������������man, woman and child !  There was a special day coach full of  Japanese laborers, and these were  not slighted, cither. It,was only an  advertisement���������������������������just a reminder that  we were in the apple country���������������������������but it  set everybody's jaws to working, and  tongues, too, for we talked like magpies. We talked of the beautiful,Big,  Red Apples, and we talked of the  Big, Generous Hearts cf Lhc folks  who had the courage thus to advertise their products. At Bozeman,  Mont., thc city sends a box of flowers to every train, and these pansics,  pinks or roses are distributed thro'  leach car, every woman and child being remembered. Just think of this a  moment���������������������������a Common Council voting  an appropriation for home-grown  flowers to give awuy to passengers  passing through. And yet there are  people who persist in yammering that  the world is growing worse instead  of better."  000  The Union Jack flying over thc Enderby school has not been taken  down since last 24th of May. Night  and day, rain or shine, Sundays,  holidays, school days, it has never  ceased flapping. And it is now a  tattered, bedraggled old rng; sick,  sad, shorn of its beauty, and not an  ob.cct to inspire pride, loyalty or  anything but pity. Can the Government   .fiord another?  J. Forsyth Smith, secretary of the  Vernon Board of Trade, submitted a  valuable report to the Board at its -  last   meeting,   showing   the splendid "  growth of the Valley in general and  Vernon in particular.     This growth,  it was    pointed   out,    was indicated -  most strikingly by the Voters'" List, -  which shows the following increase:  Nov.    1904   .'.1,562  May,   1905'  '.' 1,796  __T~_ l_Jan,,_1906_ ...:.... 1,822  "Nov.,  1906    2,371  Nov.,  1907   2,868  1908   3,468  1909 ' 3,703  1909   , 4,024  The last increase is in spite of the  fact that over 200 names were struck  off by the Court of Revision.  Nov.,  May,  Nov.,  BUTTER MAKING  _"_Frcd _ Slater has,, established..the!  Okanagan Valley Creamery at Arm;  ; strong, having installed the very  j latest and most modern machinery  known to the buttermakers. He is  independent of the old Okanagan  J Creamery Association. He is paying  30c per pound of butter for cream  delivered F.O.B. Armstrong. Cream  shipped each Monday until further  notice. Mr. Slater is well known to  many of our farmers who have been  dealing with liim in the past, and it  would be to the advantage of more  of them if they would get in touch  with his way of doing business.  BREAD  We are still making bread from  Moffet's Best Flour; 3 loaves for 25c.  Bread like mother used to make: not  chaffy, and full weight. We won first  and special at Salmon Arm Fall  Show for best loaf made from Moffet's Best flour. Patronize home flour  and labor, and deal with���������������������������  :;.'.���������������������������    A. J. POUND, City Restaurant  CARD OF THANKS  Myself and family desire to thank  our neighbors and friends lov many  kindnesses shown in our recent be-  reavement. ALEX.   GREEN.  If you have not tried the Glen Gerrack milk and cream, you do not yet  know the satisfaction of being milk-  satisfled. STORY OF VERA FIGNER  SPENT TWENTY-TIREE YEA It S  IN UNDERGROUND CELL.  footsore _ arrived on the banks of  thc  ltivcr  Nova.,   directly  opposite  the gloomy fortress-prison.  It was  already dark when I was put upon  thc blacic boat.  I looked around  mc,  saying a  last  farewell  to    lhc  disappearing  shore, which I feared 1 should never  see  again.  "When I was brought before the  director of the fortress he greeted  mc in tbe.se words: 'Nobody has yet  walked out of this fortress;    ihey  have all been carried out.'      .i lien  I was conveyed into an underground  ,      . n .    .        Cl,     .ceil, in which I spent twenty-three  tragedy of .Russian revolution, She ivcar~  has. lived  through  every  phase  of  -  <'.j'f/measured' S  feet by  10 feet,  at  Thc Russian Terrorist Escaped  Last and is Now an Exile  iu London.  lime. Vera Figner i.s one of the  most striking figures in  me whole  that momentous struggle, and suf  fered  exile,   torture,   and years of  impr  the  .  - as  . men  one  :. tionaries.  Having thrown heart and soul into thc cause of thc Russian peasant, she was one of the small band  of self-sacrificing students who,  dressed as country folk, went into  the villages, worked "amongst thc  people," as thc saying went, and  tried by their example and teaching to lift the peasants out of u.e  abyss of ignorance and the fathomless misery in which they lived.  "REWARD   55,000."  At that time thc revolutionists  were not Terrorists, but all biic  same the Government treated them  with great harshness, and i'or the  mere ''crime"' of trying to educate  the peasants thousands of the best  and noblest of Russia's young men  and women were exiled to .Siberia  ���������������������������often without thc semblance of a  trial.  Evidently it was hopeless to bring  about a change of Government by  the policy of "peaceful persuasion." This thc revolutionists saw,  and  Vera Figner was lhe first to  was low, dark, damp, and its walls  were painted in black, so as.to cast  MANY BRIDAL CUSTOMS  WHERE     THE     BRIDEGROOM  ALONE IS KISSED.  How (hc    iilarriagc   Ceremony   is  Con .sided in Many  Lands.  The Hungarians are a practical  people, out poetry plays an important part in their wedding ceremonies. The best man appears at tne  bride's home to notify her that the  wine, of which'the bride tastes, then | nflfX   WITH r'CU!A _C    FITC  th e bridegroom.   Th is concludes me   UlJXi J. J* I It*"* U lift d J   1.1 L J  eg  ceremony   _. a<  MEATS.  Ham, Southern Style.-���������������������������Roil ham  until tender, using two waters, skin  and place in baking pan. Then  stick in the fat two dozen whole  cloves and sprinkle with brown sugar. Bake an hour. It is delicious when sliced cold.  Ham and Eggs���������������������������Melt one tablespoonful o butter and moistoi. wi'.h  it one and a half cupfuls of stale  breadcrumbs. Put a layer .f  icrumbs in a small baking dish, (hen  HORSES..    TOO...    HAVE    BEEN  SUPPLIED WITH THE. I.  New York  bridegroom is waiting.    He makes !a lavcr uf mjnccd ham. sliced cees  TERRIBLE EXPERIENCES.  "Sometimes we heard a door  open. It was the signal that a  comrade had died. Some comrades  committed suicide, even the most  painful deaths, such as starvation,  being preferable to their present  torture. One, a friend of former  clays, poured the paraffin out of his  lamp over his bed and clothes, set  light to thc lot, and burnt to  death, while still another disembowelled himself with a broken  lamp globe.  "Then the governor tried to rob  us of the few privileges we possessed. This I would not stand,  ancl prepared to sacrifice myself  for my friends. Upon a pqfcifcion  from mc the governor-came into my  cell. Suddenly I j'.imped upon him  and tore his epaulettes from his  shoulders.  "The penalty for .this crime was  death; but I knew that, before executing me, I would be brought to  trial, when I could let thc world  know  of our sufferings.      The au-  I) en list Slakes n    Big  T_e.__c _.y Supplying'Animals  With False Teeth.  If you have a pet dog and that  dog has thc misfortune tii have one  o* its eyes knocked out"'during &  canine combat,   you  can  havfc- -the  tl i TIT Tf [:ili.'il.J.i_iJl*iiI-i t_. J  to terror,  and Vera rigncr i .  t- r    _ i  ���������������������������^       j revolution  was on foot, and again  became the leader of the great Ni- i  .��������������������������� _,-w.., .    .  .  ._    in^~- ���������������������������_,  ,!���������������������������,-,, ,       , . ,    a.      ,     _ iwc began to hope   190o came, with  hihst  movement,   whicn  aimed   at'...     .".  .. ,-i    '       i  ._ ,_ r,      .-,  ti        ���������������������������     ���������������������������    .���������������������������        .  ii     _ -, ;us great strikes and the Constitu  te assassination  of: the  Czar and !..,_���������������������������  i Lion.  ths  thc minor officials of thc State.  For a long time thc pretty girl  was at tho very heart'of all conspiracies, but more especially she plotted against the life of thc Czar. In  this campaign she gave proof of  her. marvellous gifts of organization and inventiveness and of a p<* ���������������������������  feet genius for eluding thc p.-.-���������������������������- ��������������������������� ,  who were hunting for her high ami  low, day and night, a reward of  _ 5.000 having been set on her head.  A LIFE IN CHAINS.  At last her greatest ambition was  gratified. The Czar Alexander II.  fell a victim to her bomb plot.  Thc  revolutionists  were jubilant  ���������������������������but not for long.    One after the j  other  the Terrorists were laid  byj211^,.  the heels, executed, or sent to the !  mines    in    Siberia;      othe  abroad.      Vera    Figner    alone remained    in    Russia,    declining    to  move from her post.  In   the end  (his courageous woman met her fate.    The traitor J.)c-  f'After twenty-three years of a  living death, I was once more able  fco set, eyes upon the sky, to greet  the shore of which I had taken leave  ���������������������������under sucn melancholy circu __  sta-nccs.  "Yet I was not to be free, for I  was at once exiled to the Arctic  zone of Northern Russia.  "Oh, how happy 1' was at thc news  of thc great struggle between thc  people and thc Czar, and how I  longed to take part in it!  "I had no rest, day or night, until I had managed to flee, but then  ���������������������������oh, irony of fate!���������������������������when I returned the revolution wa.s crushed  and  thc    Czar was    master    once  and woman,   who are supposed  to  counsel them on the way.  Following the ceremony thc dinner is served by thc ushers. Thc  head usher on entering the dining-  room with thc first, dish repeats a  verse appropriate to thc occasion,  the authorship of which is supposed  to be hi.s own.  THE DINNER IS ELABORATE,  served in six, seven, or eight courses, with toasts between courses, always in rhyme. It is not unusual  for two and three days dancing to  follow.  At whatever hour married, thc  Polish bride must not take off her  veil until midnight. At that time  the two bridesmaids remove the  veil and replace it with a silk cap  decorated with ribbons.  It is seldom that the house of  an average Polish family is large  enough to accommodate thc guests,  so, after thc ceremony at the church  thc entire party adjourns to a big  public hall.  Here each man dances once  around thc room with the bride,  ending at a table, where there is  a plate or basket. At thc conclusion it is expected of thc man thus  honored to drop money into the  basket.  In some parts of Russia announcing the engagements is as import- |  in   baking  pan.  Make  four  slits  across the top with a sharp knife  and place a fat piece of bacon in  each. Sprinkle well, with line  cracker crumbs, salt and "pepper to  taste, and add a little water. Dake  for two hours, basting often and  adding water as it boils away.  Meat and Potato Pic.���������������������������Pare and  slice ten potatoes and six onions.  Put them in a baking pan in layers,  with a sprinkling of salt and pepper on each layer. Lay slices of  salt or fresh pork ovei1 the top,  cover with boiling water, and bake  until done, turning the meat once  in a while and sprinkling a litfcie  flour on it, so it will.brown nicely,  just before it is served.  Deviled Steak.���������������������������One Hank steal-:,  one large onion, two tablespoonfuls of butter, two tablespoonfuls  of flour, one teaspoonful of salt,  one-half teaspoonful of pepper, one  teaspoonful mustard, three tablespoonfuls of vinegar, two cupfuls of  hot water. Melt the butter in a  fiying pan, slice the onion and fry  rin the butter. Remove the onion  when brown, cut thc steak in pieces, dip in fl.uor, and fry in the butter. Remove thc meat from the  frying pan and add to the butter  the' salt, vinegar, mustard, and  pepper. Then add thc hot wafer.  Replace the steak in thc frying pan  mt as thc wedding.   On the day of J cover closely,  and. let simmer un;  the announcement the men'friends'^i' thc steak is.tender.    Dish on a  ! and  ^g"ricff7=tlrc==^h_. .".f^^fclf0":.r;J d _ y _y  pointed her out in the street. She  was arrested iv.id put before a  court-martial.  But even in thc face of death she  did not lose her courage. Her  dignified and unselfish demeanour  impressed even the men who tried  her.    She was sentenced to death.  By an nH uf "grace" (his ������������������<_i-  tenco wa.s commuted to perpetual  penal servitude���������������������������and here begins  the story of her groat murlyrduiu.  Fettered with heavy chains round i  The   executions, the    outrages,  j]   jj._iiu   thc  over-filled  prisons  nearly  ' 'broke my heart,  and    more    than  once I had a secret longing to return to my grave in the Schlusscl-  burg, where at least I was ignorant  of such horrors.  '' B_ut_:-.ow J__am, 1.o).eft11 _again,.for.  1 know that a now revolution will  and must break out, and here in  London, in exile, I trust to hear the  bodings of new and happier days  in Russia. Then I shall know that  I have not suffered ir vain."  o^ the bridegroom drive to the home  of thc bride, carrying some thirst-  quencher. The evening is spent in  eating and drinking, and closes  with a drive through thc streets.  AT TEE CHURCH,  on thc day of the wedding, the  guests walk round thc altar, and  on the return to the bride's home,  feast on meats and pastry. There  is much specch-makin g at a table,  and about 11 o'clock thc dancing  begins. A collection is taken for  thc bride, who honors thc present-  givers by dancing with them. At  midnight a committee of women do  up thc bride's hair in the fashion  considered proper for married women.  In Syria thc bride is escorted oy  her bridesmaids and her brother to  the altar, where the bridegroom  awaits her.    After the service  the  bridegroom is kissed, but the bride  ���������������������������i '      "  platter, pour the.gravy over it, and  garnish,   with brown  potatoes.  BATHS FOR COLD FEET.  Those who suffer    from habitual  cold feet should take an alternate  missing optic replaced by a glavv.  one. Artificial eyes for dogs and  other animals are as common as  wooden legs, and, though they have-  to be made to order, there fire .several opticians in London who will  procure and fit them at short notice. An eye for a dog costs from  ���������������������������.Ii to $J5, says London Tit-Bits.  A dog doctor on the Continent  recently stated that no fewer than  two hundred dogs were fitted by  him with glass eyes last year.  Several lions and tigers have been  supplied with glass eyes during recent years, and it win be remembered that when Messrs. ... istock's menagerie  was  at  the    Earl's  Court  Exhibition   last  year  a  full-grow a  lion that lost an eye during a fight  was supplied "with an artificial optic.  HORSES WITH GLASS EYES. -  Many valuable horses have been -  supplied with glass eyes., and only  recently an    American    race-horse  had one  "made to measure."    At-  first it did not appreciate the false  eye,  and tried  to knock it out by  rubbing its head against the wall ���������������������������  of its stall.    It now rests contented,   however,    and is   perhaps tho  only thoroughbred adorned with a  glass eye.  Of all animals horses seem most  prone to tooth troubles, and the  horse dentist ia now quite common  in Great Britain ancl America, .'i ���������������������������  dentist in New York makes an income of over fi!0,000 a year by fitting horses, dogs, and" cats with  false teeth.  A little wh.ile ago a society lady  ir London had her valuable pug-  dog, which had gained many prizes,  at -shows,' fitted w.ith a full set of  artificial teeth at a cost of $125.  One of the elephants at the Paris  Zoo had an-aching molar, which  wras driving it fco despair and giving it a temper that was growing  dangerous. The medical officer at  ihe Zoo decided to remove, thc of  hot and cold foot bath morning and   fcnding  tooth,   but,   finding  this  ;  evening. Soak the feet in hot. wa  ter at a temperature of about ]0S  ciegres or 110 degrees for two or  three minutes, then dip them into  cold water for half a minute, then  back into the hot water for another  two or thrc minutes, and continue  alternating live or six' times, finally drying the- feet from the cold  water. This will stimulate tiie circulation and produce a glow of  warmth in the feet that will be  maintained for hours afterward.  .EHMAN KMIGKAT TON WANING  C!._i.ir{<M' as Woiras Number Has  Changed.  There  is   rejoicing    in   Germany  her wrisls and ankles, she trod the !0V(;r ^c .tact that according to re-  long and   m.lanrhnlv' road   Lo   _cr!ccnt ^tftics lc^ than 20,000 emi-  prison  in    .a ..rn    Siberia,   _  dis-  Rr;in!'s lcfi', Ulc country last year. In  ir.nec, <i :.._'I0 mi!.'., (here tn be ._   ,llo,'SOs  the  number  of  emigrants  c-.r.vi. L in tl_    goldmines of K......    <" '|K> h���������������������������lQil ^'f^salonc was over  In thc meantime, however, off....--.   ,'".,."?r thsm   "nr,or il ci������������������a,"tor "f '"l  =r-ccci-v.s=onl-y-=-gQod-=-w_shcs-.=-swoct-  perfumes are sprayed on guests and  bridal party alike, while sweetmeats  arc showered upon them instead of  rice. Durig the first reception tlio  bride may speak to no man save  her husband.  Rivalling these customs in quaint-  ness is the procession to the Joss  house in China, where the little  Chinese bride kneels, not" fo the  priest, bub to the stolid young Chinaman, who accepts her with great  condescension as his mate.  JEWS ABSTAIN FROM FOOD  The Jewish day ends at sunset  WHAT THEY MEAN.  .... A grunt,  A  growl,  Some language bad;  A  bang,  A clang,  An angry dad;  A cloud  Of  dust,  A yell, a shout.  Proclaim  The fur-..  Naco fire is out.  more difficult task than he bargained for, made up his mind to stop  ifc The operation was entirety satisfactory, and tho big beast remained" perfectly still during tho hammering and. stopping.' The filling  consisted of a porcelain composition.  SAVING A SHARK.  'A shark in (.he New York Zoo wna  frightened one day by a lady visitor bringing an umbrella into tho  aquarium, and poking 'it in order  to make it frisky. Thc shark jumped oufc of its tank and struck Iho  screen that surrounded it_wiLh sueh__  Russia had conceived a form >>i punishment even  more diabolical than  slavery in mines  the  li\er ?\Teva,  tn the middle of  near   Lake  j or i ro.ss.  milium.  The   rejoicing    is    well  founded,  _incc it i.s evident that Germany is  j    I     jiiow   so  strong  economically    that  'she can   nofc only  support  the annual growth of population, but also  give employment to the  thousands  l he  the ���������������������������  ga,   they  bad  built  [cells of which were partly 1  level of the water. ,      . . n .     .     .  fn this dun .e.n,  it was decided. iom   lc"s ^ ^������������������/"s,im1,s sll������������������ formerly  Vera Fimicr had to end her earthly ' Bfn.c nh���������������������������ad-     l h{?- ^'���������������������������^' ol the  a'    ���������������������������      .     i    i  , i cini!.'ation, as we  I nays     Again she lia.i to make ..er ���������������������������       K-  journey of ..,000 mile:, hack i.o  .ia, braving all the hm-dri,.;.:,  n winter.  ,ct   Vera   n^ncr    herself   relate  Ithc in'i'ircsrion.s of (his jouni'.'y and  amount  II as its numerical  las changed,   as  the  sta-  Sitier.  or  icr  terrible  _ui"i'i?rin  hlus.srlbiiig  he .ruti:.KO of  |(he  .{,'iry  [ii.  rise He  lm-  jihe  brutalities  of  the  nsei-r  (bad  enough,  but.  the  thim,.!  at iho <-nd of it i would bo i:,'  |in  a, small cell    nearly    !.:t.-...c   ni;:  Iheart.  JNTUDE A FOiiTRKS.S-PIUSOX.  "At last,  however,  after .niMnths  month;, of  journey and  wero  that  ur.d  .UK- , . .    . ��������������������������� , ,  c     i us ics make  plain.  i Time was when (he word emigrant  was associated with notions of poverty and wretchedness. Recent investigations in mi" parish of Berlin show that of 1,-170 persons who  emigrated during the quarter end-  EASTER NEXT YEAR.  Next year Lent will begin on  Feb. !_h, fifteen days earlier than  if did (his year, so that Easier  AL sunset, then, on Lhe day before j Sunday will fall on March 2Sth in-  fhe wedding, the bridal couple be-l^tcad of April 11th. as it did this  gin to fast, and they must not eat ; year. Inasmuch as the first full  until   thc  conclusion   of  the   cere-;m.)r,n after the vernal equinox falls  mony,   twenty-four hours  later.  This abstinence from food is to  prepare their minds for serious meditation concerning the step they  arc about to take. They are not  allowed Lo sec each other until immediately before thc ceremony.  Thc friends and relatives of (he  bridegroom father at his home and  escort him to the home of the bride,  who, dressed and veiled in white  and docked with llnwcrs, greets  him with thc briefest of nods, and  lhe combined parties furm and  march to the synagogue. Each  guest carries a candle (o light the  way.    They  reach,  near  the  syna-  lanu  ::rei  a:u.(  I cd   last   September  only   one-third Igogue, the "chupa,"  or canopy of  I could  bo    called     poor,   while     -e (canvas, where the rabbi is waiting,  other two-thirds were somo of them IThe music begins,  well  provided  with means and not j    After prayers have been said and  a. few .oven rich.    A score had more  than     ..2,000  each,   another    score  had.  double  that amount,  a  dozen  over if!������������������ .OOO,  ton over $10.">.">"),  four  over 812,000 and  six  over $20,000.  terrific force that it-badly dislo7"  catcd its jaw. The doctor was called in, and he found that thc man-  eater would have to be removed  from the tank in order to be properly attended to. Pulleys were  fixed above tho tank, and the shark  was gently raised from the water  und then lowered on to a irony.  The trolly was wheeled into die  Zoo's hospital and thc shark liffed  on to the operating table, where  the doctor set its jaw and bound  i'; with  linen  bandages.  Whon thc shark was taken back  to the aquarium ifc was found that  tho pulleys, which had acted so admirably for lifting it from the tank,  would not allow it being put back-  again. Tho shark could not live  much longer in thc open air, and  the doctor was afraid that his .patient would depart this life. At last,  however, hc thought of aa idea and  had ifc carried out. The (.bark's  tank was. situated underground,  and thc doctor ordered ifc to be  made as water-tight as possible  and then filled several feefc deep  . with water, and, finally, suitable  The   trans-Atlantic  record-break-j tackle was procured forgetting i-.e  crs of 25 years ago are being laid 'shark back into its old home.  on tlie shelf, so to speak.   Tne Urn- j  >>    bria and Etruria represent the last] T0Q GREAT A SHOCK.  ol the single-screw vessels and were  un March 21 each year, it i.s evident  'next year will near the record for  early dating. It will be the second  earliest Easter in a quarter of a  century, that of March 22nd, 1001,  being lhc vernal equinox in tliat  period.  OLD BECOHD BBEAKKRS.  slips  , a rin  : (in.  vows taken ino bridegroom  on tlio bride's finger  il.oii are devoted to me, in ac-  corda:!'''o with the Law of Moses and  hraid."   The rabbi fills a cup with  (he largest and most powerfully equipped vessels of their time,  but they cannot compote in economical operation with the vessels of  to-day with their two, three and  four propellers, ancl those having  turbine engines.  Frenzied financiers are men who  advise you to save money so that  j thoy can advise you how to invest  it for their benefit.  "Before I consent to let you have  my daughter," said the squaro-  jawed captain of industry, "J wain-  you to answer a question. What  would you do if I were to give you  hall a million?"  After the eoronciv had decided  that death was due to heart-.failuri\  caused by a sudden shock, tho old  man lit another cigar, and murmured, "That's worth trying again  some time."  \  V  ^v;  p  **_  k  -<<���������������������������  .  ��������������������������� ) l  1  41  - ".  M  ,-ki  _  _,  *f  in A  ������������������  _  "������������������������������������  CAUSE AND CURE  CF NEURALGIA  flota Mliols Dispose cf tho  Gauss Instead of Treating the'  Symptoms.  Neuralgia means simply "nerve  pain," so there may be a great variation in. tho character and intensity of the pain and any nerve in,  jLhc body may be affected. Th-ro  {ire a number of causes of neuralgia, but fche rnosb common is a general run-down condition of the-sys-  ������������������ Wk% Wk *_**_ 3JBK 3* 3*  *  Ofe  \_  %  _fc  TASTY DESSERTS.  Orange Shortcake.���������������������������One quart of  sifted flour, two tcaspoonfuls of  baking powder, one teaspoonful of  salt, one tablespoonful of white sugar. Mix thoroughly. Then add  three tablespoonfuls of butter and  sweet milk sufficient to make soft  dough. Roil out in three layers,  slightly butter each layer, lay one  tern. The discovery of ihis facts on toP of tho other, bake twenty-  from reliable statistics led to tho ^������������������ minutes; separate the layers  pew treatment for neuralgia whieii w'hlle warm> Place bottom crust on  consisfcs in building up the general Plate, cover with sliced orange,  ileal th by tho tonic treatment and sprinkle thickly with sugar, lay on  ' ���������������������������        ' " of the  sccond crust,  and proceed as  bc-  -jfcre;  dust    top with    fine  sugar,  1 - - ���������������������������.  pn disposing of the    cause  ti.ublo  Persons reduced bv    acute sick-  S������������������i've wnilc warm   wicn ,cream a?a  1   ncss,:.or by severe mental or physi- i sugar.   Bananas or peaches may _������������������  . cal strain,- or by loss of sleep are . V8ed mstcad ������������������/ .oranges.  " frequently victims of neuralgia and |    Pineapple Flufi.-One   cup pine-  '   it is common in-the case of those! apple chopped fine,  one-halt cup  suffering from anaemia . or blood- I chopped English walnuts, one cup  lessness.' This brings us to the ac- I cream,-whipped, one-fourth pound  ' tual cause of neuralgia,  which ia . marshmallows:.     Cut    the  marsh-  nerve starvation.   The blood which  mallows   into   .quarters   with   the  in normal    health    carries    to the  scissors, mix nuts    and pincappic,  nerves all of their nourishment, is" and add whipped cream.  Apple Cup   Cuscard.���������������������������Pare   and  unable to perform this duty satisfactorily when it is weak or impure.  Build up the" blood and the nciiral-  gio pain will disappear as the  nerves become better nourished.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a  blood-making tonic, and for t~-s  reason euro even the most obstin-  corc three largo apples. 'Steam till  fccnder,a_d press through oolander;  while hot add 'one tablespoonful of  butter, three large tablespoonfuls  of butter, three large tablespoonfuls sugar, yolks three eggs, and  three-fourths cupful milk. Bake  in small custard cups like ordin-  When done heap with  ate cases of .neuralgia.   Every doso .  of this medicino makes new,  rich  arJ' .custards .,,._.     . -,  blood,  which    feeds    the    starved '|���������������������������nngue made of -whites left.over,  veins and drives    out   the sharp,   br���������������������������n "^tly, and.servo cold  darting, stabbing pains of- neuralgia. Mrs. John Tibert; Little River, NT, S., says:���������������������������-"A few years ago  I was a great sufferer from neural-  ���������������������������  gia in my head and face.   At times  ' the attacks were simply excruciating, and I would be forced to remain in bed. .1 tried, doctors' m'edi-  . cines, but <_ d bot receive any benefit until I began using Dr. Williams'.  Pink, Pills, and I am. happy to say  that the .benefit^ I received from  .those was won'derful:.- I'may also  .add that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  cured my daughter of anaemia and  indigestion, at. a-time when-we b*������������������-  gan to dispair of her,getting better. I can ,highly recommend these  Pills to anyone suffering from these  troubles." -���������������������������  You can got Dr.-Williams' Pink  .Pills from any dealer in medicines  or they will-be, sent bv mail at-50  eenfc3 a box or eix boxes for $2.50  by The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Oni.     ���������������������������  _ - __._*   DOUGHNUj.3.  Stuffed Doughnuts.��������������������������� Make doughnuts after - jour favorite recipe,  roll thin, and'cut out with small  cookie cutter. Have prepared some  - stewed prunes of apricots, drained  from their juice. Place some of fche  fruit between two of - thc circles,  - U|JWUII1.H*W        VJ. V"U4iJ_M������������������iig ._.������������������������������������������������������_..-_. v___v������������������  press the edges firmly together, and , lar(J| two tcaspoonfuls of baking  fry in deep fat. When cold roll. powjor_ a goocj pinch 6f salt, Hour  in pulve_raod sugar. There is a cnough to thicken. Fill tho bottom  =secrot=co_nc.ted-wi__-thc=raakin^  of thcso particular doughnuts and  Pineapple Carmol.���������������������������Boil in double.boiler two cupfuls of brown sugar, one-half cupful, tapioca that  has been soaked over night, add  water enough to cover, stir frequently, and cook until a clear,  amber jelly has been formed and  all tapioca has been thoroughly dissolved. Pour into'a dish or mold  containing " chopped ��������������������������� pincappic.  Serve cold, with whipped cream  containing ��������������������������� English -walnuts and  candied cherries'. ~  .Fruit Pudding.���������������������������Two cupfuls ~of  brown sugar,-half cupful of butter,  four eggs', leaving out the -whites of  two. Beat all together, add flour  chough to make stiff ..batter with  two tcaspoonfuls of baking powder,  then.stir in a quart of any kind of  fruit���������������������������berries are best. Bake about  aii hour.    Serve with hard sauce.  Angel Ice.���������������������������For two quarts take  juice of -five lemons, two heaping  cupfuls granulated sugar, add three  cups boiling water. Mix together,  strain through cloth," and allow to  cool. Then put in freezer and lastly add beaten white of one egg.  Freeze for about twenty minutes,  then-let stand-for half-hour before  serving.  Apple Pudding.���������������������������Ono cupful- of  milk, two tablespoonfuls of shortening .butter and lard, two tcaspoonfuls of shortening butter and  that is how to prevent them from  splitting open while frying. Many  a housewife has experienced this  difficulty in mr-king like viands, [fc  is easily and absolutely overcome  by the simplo method of wetting  the edges of the dough with mill-  before pressing them together.  _otato    Doughnuts.���������������������������Four- medi-  small pieces and sugared; add a  little cinnamon to the apples and  cover batter over fchem. Bake  twenty miiTutes in a hofc oven.  Serve with caramel sauce.  Fig Pudding.���������������������������One cupful of  chopped suet, one pound of figs,  three eggs, two cupfuls of breadcrumbs, ono cupful of sugar, two  cupfuls of' milk: - Wash,- pick over  /.#{''���������������������������������������������** 'X'..  urn sized potatoes, two tablespoon- 'tho flgS) and cilop.    chop thc sucfc  fuls of melted lard, one cupful of  boafc the eggs light without separ  sugar, two eggs, one cupful of  sweet milk, oho teaspoonful of salt,  three tcaspoonfuls oE baking pow-  dor. Flavor with nutmeg and add  enough flour to make soft dough.  Fry in hofc fat. Boil and mash the  potatoes, add lard, sugar, beaten  eggs, and whip thoroughly until  lighfc. Then add the milk and other  ingredients. Sour milk and soda  may be used if preferred.  ,  EBLIABLB MEDICINE  FOR ALL OHILDEEBF  Baby's Own Tablets arc absolutely safe. This'medicine is as-good.  for the new.born babe as the well.  prown.child. It contains no opiate  or poisonous stuff. The mother \vhq  gives this: medicine to her child had  (the guarantee.'" of'a government'analyst" that theso statements arc  true. This is worth something to,  pvcry mother io* Baby's Own Tablets is the only medicine that is sold  Emder such a guarantee. The Tab-  ets cure such ailments as. indiges-  ion, colic, constipation, diarrhoea,  p.nd teething troubles,- destroy,  (worms, break up   colds   and thus  Srevcnl; deadly croup. Sold by rae-  icine dealers or by mail afc 25 cent3  p box fro v. The Dr. 'Williams' Me-  Uicine Go., Brc>ckvilleL Ont.  ation. Mix all thc ingredients  thoroughly, turn into a well greased  mold, cover and boil three hours,  serve hofc. With wine sauce: One  cupful of fcarfc wine, half cup of  butter, one cup of powdered sugar, beat butter to a cream, add  sugar gradually, and when light  add the wine which has been made  hot, a littlo afc a time, place tho  bowl in a basin of hofc water and  stir for two or threo minutes. The  sauce should be smooth and foamy.  .   THINGS WORTH KNOWING.  White pepper will be found preferable to black in seasoning chicken soup.  For cleaning down stairs a stiff,  plain brush is better than a whisk  broom.     ���������������������������  A few chopped almonds added to  a custard or breaid.. pudding will  greatly. improve its- flavor.  Rugs fchafc. curl on the edges can  be made to lie flat by dampening  curled edges and pressing them with  hofc iron.  Always buy linen -handkerchiefs  and towels and you can keep them  a good color more easily than if  cofcfcon ones arc bought;  When beating rugs ifc is an excel  ^A$$f$_5t^  Mam  Ourselves  Let ns talk this matter over face to face.   .. . ��������������������������� ���������������������������  You want to make money quickly, easily ami with ih������������������  least possible investment.  Taxicah    $t$S  _fS_f_   per share offers that rare oppor-  Stock at   *P ^ ������������������ ^ ^   tunity for you to make big profits,  Now is .the time while the Company is growing, to  make the investment.'  Some Simple Logic  You Ask���������������������������upon what do we base  our prediction of big profits ?  We Answei\.The big earnings of Taxi-  cab Companies in other cities in general,  and the concrete results in particular of the  .operation of a comparatively email nurcsber  of Taxicabs in,Torcnto "covering a period  of seven months.' ,  The Logic is as plain as the simple  proposition that two. and two make  four, and two more make six.  .  If the number of Taxicabs which have been  running in Toronto up to date warrant the  directors in paying a dividend, of 2 1-2 per'  cent, quarterly, or 10 per cent, per annum,  doubling or trebling the number of Taxi-  cabs is bound lo greatly increase the dividend- earning capacity of the stock en a-  much larger ratio, because" the overhead  expenses do not increase, and the proportion borne by each cab is small.  The Greater Scope  Besides ihe Taxicab end of the business, do not forget the great earning  powers possessed by this Company  from the marketing of commercial  motors throughout the American  cohiiheni.     " .. ..  Motor driver, vehicles (or heavy trucking,  all kinds of carting and light delne.y are  becoming more and mere in demand.  The possible, scope of this side of  the business is practically unlimited,  for as a possible.customer there is  every manufacturer and commercial  firm in the entire American Ct nt nent.  And the Berna Commercial Motors have no peer in the field.  Of Interest io You  Your money will makesmoney for you faster in Taxicab Stock than in any other  industrial on the Toronto market.  Thc investment is secured by what is practically two distinct lines of business, cither  one of which would separately pay a big rate of dividends.  Thus Taxicab Stock gives you double thc chance of making your money earn- money  =���������������������������t hafc is=presented4) y=the-or dinary-proposition,  If you neglect to participate in this issue of Capital Stock in the Berna Motors &  Taxicabs, Limited, you are neglecting your own Lest interests.  Subscriptions will be accepted up to 100 shares in the order received at this  office.  if you wish to participate, before  issue of stock is exhausted.  Mail us your cheque at once, ih?.0!  #__ _"_���������������������������/_/cJ_.   ^delaide and Victoria Sts.  iftlgllSfly Toronto  SEND FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET. Ai  |__������������������ __im,l__J_JJP���������������������������_J__CTSHg_������������������eOCT3������������������������������������_E__  -_g_g'_a____������������������������������������ nvt. i������������������__w__������������������_i  (.he noce and mouth.   This prevents in April of this year, tliat thc taxi-  thc inhaling of the dust. " cabs were ready for business, they  Always buy an extra yard of stair have      been      overwhelmed    with  carpet.    H can then be shifted up  orders.  or down  a little every  time it is     Torontonians have acquired  thc  taken up, so that it wears evenly.  When usinj; cornstarch or arrowroot for thickening, always wet it  well with cold milk or water before stirring it into the hot liquid  meter which prevents all dispute!  between the driver and passenger.  Money invested in Taxicab stocl<  is money that works.    Every dollaf.  Taxicab habit, and depend on them Unvested in it will be a working doU|  for keeping all their business and  lar.   Its earning capacity has beeq  social engagements.  As a money earner it has proven  its great capabilities and to-day thc  Do not forget that matting must j stock of the Toronto Taxicabs   is  never be washed with soapy water  A strong   solution    of   salt water  cleans matting and makes it look  like new.   * _  BIOPSY IN TAXICAUS.  Toronto's New Rapid Transit System an Tiuhislry which Offers  an Ideal Investment.  Taxicabs in large centres of population have since their first introduction to thc public, paid large  one of thc most interesting investments in the country. With its present outfit it is _ success, and w.._  an increased equipment, the results will be greatly increased earnings in thc future.  As an investment there is no offering to-day before thc public  which presents greater possibilities  than Taxicab Stock. Thc conditions are ideal, because the transportation system fills a long-felt  want, and furnishes the only real  rapid transit service in a large and  growing    community.      Its  | quick  proven  and after six    months    ol  successful operation, it   can   pay-,'  beginning January 1st,  1910, a dir  vidend of 10 per cent, per annum,  or %Yi per cent, quarterly.       With  thc equipment doubled or treblea  the percentage of dividends will in-:  crease in  larger proportion,    bs-j  cause the fixed charges arc no mora  for  a large equipmont than they  arc for a smaller one, and the,id*  creasing of the number of cars run  is bound  to decrease the propor-)  tion oE expense.  Taxicab stock has a great future  and is bound to- rise in value. Th.  time to buy is now, at its present;  , before the rise. ���������������������������:  Mr.    E.  A.   English,,  corner    of  price,  lent nlan to tie a handkerchief over 'since the announcement was m_;i  dividends to their shareholders. Toronto, tho first city in  Canada to ! rates aro the lowest on the Amcri- j Adelaide and Victoria Sts.. Toron-  install a taxicab .service, will prove  can continent, being based on a tlafc  to, is offering   Taxied    c'<-^'."-f  no exception to this rule, for ever  rate per milo, n.id all charges are  public   .subscription  ;.i. ������������������.;.���������������������������'������������������������������������������������������.    ������������������������������������������������������  1..  .-.le    aiil-oi.  .ticaliy    by tho taxi-  share THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thunday, January .27/1910  __*$>������������������$_>$��������������������������������������������� _>_x.>_:<������������������>:���������������������������:<���������������������������>_. <^^$@<$@<&������������������$@$@<& ������������������$������������������$������������������$ @<$> ._$_)$_>$_>__: _^<������������������������������������������������������<5>$_^ ,������������������><&s>$>_>&_f������������������ .^^  Rubbers for Every Foot  <i) o4o.o+o>o.-_+<>4c+o+o.k>*~oo+<>>_~^^  We have Rubbers for the Boyt and Girls; for the  <i> Fathers and Mothers; for Maids and Maidens, and  for the Men Folk���������������������������and they are the Best Made.  of o+o-fo-f o ,K>+_^Oifo+o+o+o c^O;fo^  Keep the Feet Dry, and Warm and One-Half the  Ills we think the Body it Heir to will give us  Absent Treatment  of of-of of o ,K>-f_M)-o4-o4"<>f<>. o of ofofof ofo+of ofof-ofo+\  fflfc  You cannot make a mistake if you buy the Maltese Brand  Recognized wherever Rubbers are worn as the Best Value  ENDERBY TRADING CO., Ltd.; General Merchandise  _*_^>������������������&__XS>_<_a8>������������������_xa^  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at.   Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Presn.  Advertising Rales; Transient, 50e an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices: 10c a line firtt insertion; Be a line  each ���������������������������ubioquent insertion.  Reading Notices and Loc_l_: 10c a line.  JANUARY 27. 1910  A SPLENDID SHOWING  WRITE HOME TO MOTHER  The financial statement of the City  of Enderby, just issued by City Clerk  Rosoman, is a most complete and  carefully compiled document, and  worthy of close study by every ratepayer or prospective rate-payer. We  seldom will see better, if as good,  reports issued by any city, large or  small.  The statement shows a very prosperous condition of municipal affairs'^^^P8. **e  Little souls who pretend to pilot  weary hearts and wayward along the  narrow path that leads to glory, are  sure to find in men too big for them  to understand many awful things for  which they damn . Colonel R. T.  Lowery is one of the men whom little men have consigned to regions  notoriously sulphuric and bottomless  as their logic. But there has lived  a person big enough to know, and  sane enough to love Bob Lowery,  and she was a woman���������������������������his mother.  Such love was reciprocal, and Bob  Lowery was big enough to return' it.  In the last issue of his Ledge he tells  how he did it:  "In the far, wild and beautiful  West there lives many a boy who forgets to wrote to his mother. Away  back in the cent belt many a gray-  haired mother silently sits as the  shadows of evening grow darker,  wondering where her boy is to-night,  is   sipping high-balls in  CITY    OF    ENDERBY,  GENERAL   ACCOUNT  Balance on hand,  Jan.  Balance at Debit, Board  RECEIPTS  1st, 1909, Nil.  of School Trustees,   Jan.lst, 1909..? 717.11  REAL ESTATE TAXES  (12 mills)���������������������������  Current   $2,440.23  Arrears,  1908  226.38  Arrears, 1907  _ ��������������������������� '   56.88  Arrears. 1906  !-50  Supplementary Tax Arrears      24.66  Interest on Arrears   9-75  DISBURSEMENTS  BANK OP MONTREAL-  1908 Note retired   9   780.62]  WORKS DEPARTMENT-  Street Improvements   $3,523.00  Less refund  .':  5.00  Less Refunds.  2,759.40  15.77  -2,743.63  and  a painstaking administration���������������������������a|some gilded    booze   dispensary;  per-  WATERWORKS    DEPARTMENT���������������������������  Water Rates '������������������������������������������������������    2,790.42  Fees paid by property owners for tapping mains       53.25  Refund from Telephone Co., damage to pipe....        15.38  condition as creditable to the City of,haPs he is gazing at a hole card or  Enderby as to the men whose careful frying to push    a   bobtail against a'-rRADE LICENSES���������������������������  2,859.05  handling    of    the   public    funds  brought about such a condition.  has  VALUABLE INFORMATION  The Department of Agriculture has  forlorn     hope;    perhaps      he   is   at  church trying   to    win   the sweetest  choir singer in the town.   Perhaps he  is ih some   dark   stope    pounding a  hole in hard rock, or risking his lifeROAD TAX  with "the   provincial    police of B. C  Liquor (2 hotels)        600.00  General   -, :;���������������������������       257.50  just issued a pamphlet on "Practical !PerhaP.he is rich-    or a member of D0G  TAX  Poultry Raising"    that  should  the hands of every poultryman  be jn!th������������������ legislature.     Perhaps he is sick,,  3t isibroke, sober,  drunk or dying; but if POLICE DEPARTMENT���������������������������  Fines and Fees  Proceeds of Celebration, May 24th  "RENT   being sent   to   every   member of thelhe 'ails *������������������ write home to mother, he  Farmers' Institute, and is well worth jis lai*ing in a quality that produces  a two-years membership fee.   If one-|more J0* iB this    world at less cost RECREATION GROUND���������������������������  half the information that is sent outjthan alm<>6t   anything    else.   For 48  by the   Department    of    Agriculture Icents worth of postage stamps, boys,  were studied and made use of by the,'you CB-D write    home   once a month  agriculturists    of    the    province,  we!for a year> an(i no better investment SALB QF DEBENTURES  should have a very high state of cul-;can be niade-   If you wish to still be  tivation and prosperity on our farms more.of a Pri"ce always drop a dol-  and the industry would be second to jlar bil1 *" each letter,  none.      The     department   seems '.to!   "Durin .. a long  a������������������d  chequered  ca-  spare no   labor   or expense to place reer   UP������������������������������������   the   frontier    we   always  *_.  _._   -  _._  _..____       Sitting in  Loan No. 5, for Street Improvements  Premium on ditto   857.50  266.00  78.00  244.60  559.05  30.00  2,500.00  72.50  WATERWORKS    DEPARTMENT���������������������������  Sinking Fund  903.97  Interest on Debentures  1,270.00  Office Expense (proportion) ....; '.. 259.36  Maintenance  ;.  188.96  3,518.0j]  I  2,622.2.1  WATERWORKS    SUPPLEMENTAL CONSTRUCTION���������������������������  Sundry Extensions  .".      706.71  Less sale of material   4.05  702.6{,  POLICE DEPARTMENT���������������������������  Salaries:  Magistrate   Constables $308.05  Less refund    60.00  Travelling Expenses: -  Constables and prisoners    Mealfi for Prisoners, &c   . Witnesses' Expenses    180.00  248.05  72.85  44.90  29.60  575.4.1  OFFICE EXPENSE (General Dept.)���������������������������  Salary  (proportion)     Rent, v.; ......  Fuel and Light    Cleaning    Sundries    536.90  . 96.00  28.39  9.00  4.05  PRINTING AND STATIONERY  before the farmer the best information obtainable, and there can be no  failure if this information is well-  mixed with business sense and elbow  grease.  MARKET FOR OUR APPLES  Canadian Life nnd  Recourses,  that  excellent magazine, gives a compara  wrote home to mother  her rocking chair she would read our  letter, then place it under the cushion  only to have it within easy reach so  that she   could    read    it   again and  ___inr_0,K_n     _ith _ml._ ty*   Cy,6S'    "s BANK OF MONTREAL  memory    brought    back   to   her the  days when; as a boy, we sat by her  side and read aloud some cheery tale  of fiction.      But time,  in  its relent-  INTEREST ON DEBENTURE DEBT���������������������������  Amounts paid by purchasers of Debentures to  ad;ust interest to date of transfer:  -Loan No.  5    Loan No. 6    32.50  25.00  57:50  781.23  tive  statement,    showing   the    ship-!less raarch    brought" the    day when  =ments=of-apples-=from-=Montreal^forlDeatll=stole^into-oui^home=and-took  1909 and. 1908, which is of very great mother aWfly to sinfe' with the angels.  interest to our apple growers: i*Ju*' olIr sadness was not tinged with  1909  Glasgow      247,610  Liverpool      212,424  Manchester         76,397  London         27,514  Various     17,261  190g   jremorse,   for we  had  always  written  155 780 borne to mother.  137^226'   ,"So- boys; drop a line to the best  39.991 frien(l you will ever have and do not  9__2idelay>    'or    flowers   cannot help the  7.'l5lfoad."   Total barrels   581,206     349,950  This statement proves two things;  First, our shippers have learned how  to put up this fruit for shipment; and  second, that the British consumer is  learning to appreciate the Canadian  apple. The shipping of apples can  only be regarded as in its infancy,  and it is well to give it every possi-,  ble attention at the outset, says the]  magazine.  ENDERBY  Hotel  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.  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  The Home of the Old-Timer  and the abode of the New-  Gomer. All will find a warm  welcome at the pioneer house  and you'll be made to feel at  home, no matter when you  hang up your hat.  H. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor  Enderby  John S. Johnstone  Co. tractor *nd Builder, Enderfcy  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.  ' We are handling Mrs. F. Hassard's  Al Dairy butter. Poison Mercantile  Company, Enderby.  STREET LIGHTING-  Electric Current  153.16  Extension of System   71-23  Maintenance  181*  RECREATION GROUND-  Repurchasing Debentures  400.00  Intertit  24.00  Improvements   218.24  DON ATIONS-  Celebration Fund, May 24th  .100.00  Mara Fire Relief Fund   100.00  Deportation of sick person  63.60  674.31  94.9/J  242.  642.2  CONTRIBUTION TO BRASS BAND-  TRAVELLING  EXPENSES (Mayor)  263.6i.1  120.0'f  102.211  ADVERTISING���������������������������  Purchase, of Board of Trade Sign.  ASSESSMENT     INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS.  RECEPTION   EXPENSES���������������������������  Premier   of British Columbia    75.o;|  69.3g  54.1^  LEGAL   EXPENSES.  MUNICIPAL. ELECTIONS   TOOLS FOR ROAD WORK, ETC.  POUND    26.3'.   -. -  BANK EXCHANGE  Less adjustment  3.09  .50  SUNDRY EXPENSES���������������������������  Postage    Audit     Membership  fee,  Municipal Union ...  Telegrams and telephone.. ........  Subscription to   Municipal Journal  P. O. Box Rent ........;...  Miscellaneous   27.25  20.00  10.00  9.45  5.00  2.00  7.67  m  BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES���������������������������  Amount Overdrawn   CASH���������������������������  Balance  on hand  81.3V.  _  998.SV  l.M  BALANCE AT BANK, per Pass Book    1,633.02  Less Outstanding Cheques  r       494.04  Add Over-draft on General Account  1,138.98  781.23  Amount at credit of City Hall Account      1,920.21  r  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk and Treasurer.  $ 11,766.1?|   ���������������������������T"  I hereby certify that I have audited the books, vouchers and other documents of the City of Enderby U  the year 1909, and find same correct, agreeing with the annexed statements, viz.: (1) General Account; (2) C_i(__  Hall Construction Account, (3) Board of School Trustees;    (4)  Summaryof Revenue and Expenditure; and (5)^  Assets and Liabilities. A. SUTCLIFFE, Auditor. January 20th, 1910.  r r*  /  n. ._.  Thursday,. January 27,. 1910  THE. ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ^  I'  *���������������������������������������������.  w������������������  %������������������������������������������������������  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  . off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. ,Jn addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, SiMURPHY Enderby  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Lif������������������"Insurance potior in the Royal Insurance Co.  of Liverpool, En?,, is a valuable asset. A plain,  straightforward contract, leaving no ; room for  doabt aa to 1_ value.  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  British America Assurance Co.  Royal Insurance Coof Liverpool (Life dept).  The London   . Lancashire Guarantee &  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY  Property Owners  I have just completed arrangements whereby Mr. A. L. Matthews, of Enderby, will act as my  local agent, and I now feel that I  can give 'ample attention to Enderby property listed with me. I  am therefore prepared to list any  property for sale in Enderby and  vicinity, and as. am entering upon  . a very extensive publicity campaign, I feel that I can give entire satisfaction in all Enderby  Property placed with me for sale.  For booklets, lists and general information, apply to Mr. Matthews  or to me by letter or in person.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard 'Mara, B. <  WELL, YES ! AND THEN-  FINANCIAL   STATEMENT   FOR   YEAR    1909  City Hall, Construction Account  RECEIPTS I DISBURSEMENTS  SALE    OP   DEBENTURES. Loan No. 6  Premium on ditto    | 5,000.00 PRELIMINARY    EXPENSE���������������������������  487.00  Referendum re. Site and vote   of  -Electors   on  . Money By-law   ?  Printing Debentures    Transfer of ditto $ 18.65  Less refund     14.25  Sundries    SITE���������������������������                         ���������������������������                                                ���������������������������~  Purchase-money   borrowed from   Sinking Fund  now returned     BUILDING-  Contract price  *. ? 3,725.00  Payments on account to Dec. 31st    SUNDRIES���������������������������  Vault doors        200.00  Freight, on ditto _         10.06  Extra to Bricklayers    Electric Light Fittings "..        55.00  Freight on ditto  ��������������������������� * 1-69  57.95  14.00  4.40  1.00  210.06  30.00  56.69  BALANCE UNEXPENDED, Dec. 31st  5,487.00  Board of School Trustees' Account  RECEIPTS  REAL ESTATE TAXES (5 mills)���������������������������  Current $1,171.78  Less refunds           6.57 .1,16&21  , Arrears, 1908  ��������������������������� -    93:17  Arrears, 1907 ,  ....33.26-  Arrears, 1906  ,t    -45  , Supplementary Tax Arrears   . 10.27  Interest on Arrears    4.87  EXPENDITURE  We were once told by & good  friend���������������������������an Englishman, by-the-'way,���������������������������  that Elbert Hubbard���������������������������Brother Elbert, s, if you please���������������������������he of.-.the Roy-  crofters, beloved and. admired by all  excepting the astutes who do not ancl  cannot know him-thathe, Elbert Hub  bard, was crazy. We did not feel it was  any good trying to convince him  otherwise. He" may have been right,  and may . still be right. ���������������������������> I have no  doubt he is. At all events, we re  ferred the matter to"'Br6ther Elbertus. and he said our friend was right  ���������������������������very right���������������������������and Brother Elbertus  ought to know. We feel" quite at  home.in reproducing Good Stuff from  Brother Elbertus, under the circum  stances. And so here is something  from his magazine not for mummies,  The Fra, published at East Aurora,  Erie County, N. Y., opposite the  Methodist church.  Elbert Hubbard recently made a  tour of Canada, lecturing by the way  to crowded houses wherever he. was  heard���������������������������which speaks well for Canada  ���������������������������and he noticed things en route.  Mr. Hubbard has made many similar  visits to . Canada,. and we doubt if  any man evef saw more.or wrote better of Canada than he.  "The present Mayor of -Vancouver  is, C. S. Douglas," says. he. ^'He  was born in Wisconsin, came out "here  about twenty years ago, and has become decently, although not absurdly  rich. One of "the principal daily papers here is owned by a man from  Michigan. During the past six years  nearly two hundred thousand people  from "The States" have severed allegiance to Uncle Sam and sworn  fealty to Great Britain. This, seems  a very strange performance to most  Americans, and they are often in  clined to-suggest the advisability of  a "writ de lunatico inquirendo" for  the erring ones.  |- "Yet 'Mayor Douglas, or Sir Wil:  737.39,liam Van Home might ,talk to you  this way: The British possessions in  North America are greater in square  miles than those of the United States  In population Canada will never  equal the United States, counting  numbers, any more. than the United  States will equal China in. this same  particular. * '  "In Canada there are no'poor peo-  296.75 P*e> except thoseowhp' have just land-  l,920.2l!ed-   These will all' own homes tomor-  ___ 'row if they-want them.   The children  $ 5 487.00������������������* such WM t>e   rich.   We have fewer  ' 'very rich men. than you,, but our av  erage of wealth is greater, because  the submerged tenth of such,cities.as  New York and - Chicago is unknown!  "Our rate of taxation, is-Jess than  77.35  2,455.30  Headquarters  in Enderby  for  Loggers'Supplies  XX  We carry a  '<���������������������������*.���������������������������"  full line of  .m. -i'- ~: ���������������������������  Cant Hooks  L   Peevies    ;  Axes '_��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� \  Handles  Logging Chains  es" ������������������������������������������������������  y ��������������������������� Saws      :  ^_  Cooking \:\  Utensils  ..;  and Stoves  for the camp  In fact, ���������������������������, anything, v  you might want in.";"j".  the hardware; ,line':?  Is  Amount   Overdrawn in year 1908  Cheques issued on Secretary's Orders  '  Proportion Office and Election  Interest oh Bank over-draft  ...  GOVERNMENT GRANTS,   (5 quarters)  High School fees paid by, Pupils    Amount Overdrawn   ���������������������������1,307.23  ��������������������������� 2,683.75'  194.00  ������������������������������������������������������;   998.24  . 5,183.22  Summary of Hevenue and Expenditure  ; TOTAL ORDINARY CURRENT REVENUE���������������������������      '  Collected   $7,180.18  In Arrear       400.00  B BALANCE OF EXPENDITURE OVER REVENUE  7,580.18  14.45  $   717 11 y������������������urs because we are more- economical  4 3'4 59 *n our methods.   Graft here assumes  _^.se'*"""::"":        U6.89 only;a "P.et*yf?���������������������������;   Such ;stealings as  v   ��������������������������� - 24*63 y������������������u'^ave had "in the building of your  State Capitols, at Albany and Har-  risburg could not occur-in Canada.  Not, perhaps, because we' are more  honest at heart, but because the  would-be political boss .is-early retired .to private life and his machine  thrown on the junk pile before he  gets up, speed. ~ "   __    "We have, learned  in - Threadneedle  5 183 22 street h������������������w to audit' accounts,- so one.  '     '     __pB.r_n.p__    checks    another..      Our  .banks are largely in chains, and are  'supervised in a way that, yours are  not, so they are safer and'more secure. Consequently," our ���������������������������" savings-  ibank deposits   are   larger per capita'1  Hardware,' Tin"&. Plumbing-  Establishment:    Enderby.  $7,594.63  NOTE:   This statement exhibits Ordinary  Statement  ASSETS  REAL ESTATE TAXES IN ARREAR-  General,  1909   $223.00  1908    .    98.52  .-'���������������������������."--     1907 98.39   _  1906           3.00  Interest on Arrears   . 10.69  TOTAL   ORDINARY DISBURSEMENTS   $7,340.93  Less Accounts brought forward from year 1908,       70.53  Chargeable   against Ordinary Current Revenue, 7,270.40than yours.-  OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS  43.10,   "Canada has the largest virgin for  ests and the greatest available timber   supply   of   any   country   in .the  world.  "Canada   has   the   most extensive  -281.13 water-power   of   any country in the  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� world. ������������������������������������������������������  _     _.._____ ;_ -^-   ---'^^7-594-763 j^'' Canada^has^the^only^line^of^rail-  Current Bsve-.e and Ex.e_it���������������������������_ on.y. ������������������* ft^������������������^T_tt?k_.  excepting the Panama railroad. .  BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES���������������������������  Overdraft     Less Overdraft as on Dec. 31st, 1908  998.24  717.11  of Assets and Liabilities  LIABILITIES  DEBENTURE DEBT���������������������������  'The   C. P.  'Passage   to  433.60  School,  1909  139.97  " "     1908  80.99  1907  43.99  .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������        1906  3.29  Interest on Arrears  6.73  274.97  WATER RATES IN ARREAR, 1909    /HIGH  SCHOOL  FEES  IN ARREAR    'UNEARNED INSURANCE  (School)     CASH  .:   ��������������������������� SINKING FUND-  Debenture Loan No. 1 !     1,007.35  Debenture Loan No. 2 .,..    1,299.35  Debenture Loan No. 4       166.58  708.57  177.00  39.00  67.77  1.00  2,473.28  ,CITY HALL (in course of construction)���������������������������  Cost to Dec. 31st, 1909.... ...-.     3,566.79  Balance of Loan and Premium thereon     1,920.21   5,487.00  'OFFICE FURNITURE AND FITTINGS   SCHOOL PROPERTY AND FURNITURE  .FIRE  APPARATUS      RECREATION GROUND _ ...   J. BAND  STAND    iSNUISANCE GROUND    L'TOOLS   WATERWORKS SYSTEM   256.97  8,966.97  -584.55  1,200.00  81.99  80.20  20.00  23,357.72  $ 43,502.02  GRAHAM ROSOMAN.  City Clerk and Treasurer.  Loan No. 1   ?18,C00.00  Loan No. 2       5,000.00  Loan No. 3, Nil (Paid off)  Loan No. 4 ; .."   ~2.000.00  Loan No. 5  :      2,500.00  Loan No. 6      5,000.00   32,500.00  BANK OF MONTREAL-  Overdraft on General Account    R. is the Northwest  China, which Henry  (Hudson and so many other explorers  sought. It connects England with  Vancouver, India, China, Japan,  Australia and New Zealand under  one transportation management.  "Canada has the largest horse and  cattle ranges of any country in thc  world.  "Canada has the greatest and most  prolific fishing-grounds in  the world.  Canada has the largest and rich  INTEREST ON  Loan No. 2  Loan No. 5  DEBENTURRE DEBT���������������������������  Loan No. 6 (proportion received from purchaser  to adjust to date of transfer)    125.00  75.00"  25.00  SUNDRY ACCOUNTS OUTSTANDING    BALANCE OF ASSETS OVER  LIABILITIES  225.00  43.10  9,952.69  " $43,502.02  . *'A refund, of the estimated amount of $100.00, is due from  the Government on account of delinquent taxes for the year  1905.  781.23 est wheat-producing area . in the  world. \   ���������������������������  "Being- under the sovereignty of  Great Britain, Canada has thus far  got along without a navy and a  standing army. Her military system  is a play-spell, a source of discipline  and education to her young men.  "The schools and colleges of Canada are thc equal in effectiveness of  those in the United States. Every  liberty that you have, we enjoy.  Every desirable thing which you possess, wc also have. Our per cent, of  illiteracy, outside of the single province of Quebec, is less than yours."  The "animal local option convention  of B. C. will be held in Broad St.  Hall, Victoria, on Thursday, Feb. 10,  and those attending from the mainland should leave by the boat from  Vancouver at 1:30 p.' m. on Wednesday, Feb. 9th. Arrangements for reduced rates are made on all railways.  FOR SALE���������������������������A 5-room brick cottage on Regent street near the; river  shore; good location; in first-class  condition. Mrs. R. H. Binch, Enderby, B. C.  When you can  build a home to  Suit Yourself  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Seasoned  Lumber  Always on Hand  also a full line of building material. Estimates cheerfully  furnished.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited  Enderby B. C.  ._Df__������������������w_7.T__J  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. ROBBED IN SIMPLE WAYS  HOW BANK  CASHIERS AUG  OFTEN SWINDLED.  h. was waiting for 100 sovereigns,   Companies to give them a suffici-  insurance with strong financial com  part of his cheque, which the cash- !enfc amount of insurance, others  icr had nob yet given him. The lat- have been compelled to seek out-  tcr was under the impression that side insurance on account of ex-  1. had completed the payment, but ccssivc rates, or the stringent con-  the old soldier turned out his bag.   ditions inserted in the policies by  Bogus Money   is Easily   Detected,  lint Forger is (he Most lo  he Feared.  Thc affable gentleman who hands  you out notes or gold in exchange  for your cheque is the mark of  sharks and owindlcrs of all descriptions. The possibilities offered by a  successful fraud upon him are great  and thc risks on thc whole are less  than have fco be faced in many other  fields of crime, says Pearson's  .Weekly.  Dodges innumeiable    have been  worked for his especial bond it, but  the very dangers 01 his calling make  him    wary,  and    he is    not easily  "had."    That  favorite  device    of  petty  thieves,   for example,  called  "ringing the    changes,"   which  so  often deceives the shopman or the  publican, seldom succeeds with him.  Be  has a    disconcerting habit    of  completing each payment as originally asked for, blandly ignoring any  changes in detail    until    the end.  Thus  he    makes each    transaction  complete in itself, and it is not easy"  to confuse him.  Bad money is seldom presented  .0 a bank, unless undesignedly, by  those who have been themselves deceived. It is extraordinary how  quickly a cashier can detect one bad  Coin among a number of good ones.  Tho slightest difference in appearance, size, or even weight is often  sufficient to catch his attention. It  U nofc because hc has had so much  experience of bad coins, but because he is so accustomed to good  pnes, that ho is quick in noticing  lhe difference Gold counterfeits  .re usually wrong in thc weight,  while silver ones have often a suspiciously greasy appearance and  ring badly.  SWINDLE WORKED BY A LAD^  Nevertheless, a simple swindle of  ft petty nature was successfully  worked for some time at a certain  bank where a number of tellers  Vera employed. All of them in  .urn at intorvals found themselves  f'planted" with' a bright new far-  tiling for a half-sovereign. Eventually the mystery was cleared up.  Tho fraud had been worked by thc  handsome lady-cashier of a big business firm. How far its success  was due to the dazzling glances  from her pretty eyes, and how far  to the fact that she usually handed  over the money at the busiest time  of thc day, and when possible in a  bad light, ifc is hard to say.  Cashiers have sometimes to face  thc risk of robbery by fellow-officials, though these cases arc extremely rave. A few years ago, however, a bank clerk left suddenly for  America, under circumstances which  his friends endeavored to hush up  as much as possible.   Hc had been  It was not there, and, as there was  not the slightest doubt of his honesty, the cashier paid him out another ������������������100 bag of gold. At night  hc was ������������������100 short, and is now paying  it  up   by   instalments.     Some  tho local Companies.  There is no question but fcnat at  the present time the majority of the  insurers who effect their insurance  with registered Companies, arc protected  against excessive  rates    by  smart individual in the crowd had  the certain knowledge that the own-  annexed thc amount while Lhc old  soldier was busy counting the earlier portion of his payment.  FORGED C1T.J_QI.ES.  Forgery is the terror of the bank  cashier, for it is diflicult to detect  and may relieve him of a large sum  at ono blow. It must be remembered that every uncrossed cheque  presented afc thc bank on which it  cv will have recourse to oufcside insurance if necessity arises. Any alteration in the existing insurance  law, which would restrict thc obtaining of fire insurance outside of  Canada, would not only immediately re-act on.the dairying and farming interests by reason of tho increased cost of insurance to thc  large produce firms who at thc prc-  panios operating outside  of  Can  ada; and  Further, Resolved that a copy of  this resolution be sent to the Minister of Agriculture, asking for and  claiming his special interest in tne  Bill, on behalf of the dairying and  produce industries of Canada,  which wo realize will be so vitally  and adversely affected if the pro-,  posed legislation be enacted.  'FAMOUS TEADRINKERS.  Johnson.Heads the List With a Capacity of 25 Cups at a Silling.  Napoleon, like Johnson, was a  hardened tea drinker, and so, a  century later, was Mv. Gladstone,  who confessed that "hc drank more  tea between midnight and in the  morning than any other member  of thc House of Commons, and that  the strongest brew of it never in  sent  time  insure    outside  of    thc  is drawn  must either be paid    at 'country,  but ifc    would  also affect  once or a legal reason given for its  those houses which at present insure |.    f      i      _i   l ' ���������������������������    1        "  non-payment. If   a     suspicious I with registered Companies, in that rji01'01 . Tltn, ",1S slGCp            f  ,,  u           ���������������������������        l ��������������������������� .         . i      .   _. . !-t ���������������������������        1        i      i ,i   . _.        j          i      Tne dish  of tea was one ot th  cheque is not paid   and turns out  ifc is oniv natural that the rates and I       . .         _     _ _���������������������������    ,       ���������������������������    T i         >  ,    .       _ .      '    i       ..____-          vr "             ii      .     ji     i             i most important  actors in J onnson s  to be genuine, it may lose the ban.    conditions  would    shortly   become '               '  a good account, or even involve it more  onerous.if competition  were  in an action afc law.   Thus ifc is easy cufc off.  to imagine    that    some    awkward I enclose herewith a copy of fche  transaction arise   afc   times.      But resolution which has been passed by  shortly   become i,.,.       n    c . ... ,,        .  ' ilirc.    Prone _ncv in  thc gentle art  there arc devices for meeting most  of them. A forged cheque is usually presented by an innocent third  party���������������������������a messenger. A few skilful  questions addressed to him will give  much information upon which a decision, to pay or not to pay, can  usually be safely based. Or some  purely technical reason may be given for not paying the cheque, thus  gaining time and allowing the.ch.iw-  cr to be communicated with. If  the cheque is presented by a guilty  party any appearance of delay in  payment, any semblance of keen  scrutiny, renders him uneasy. He  makes some excuse about returning in a few minutes, and hurries  off dreading lest the delay may be  ,, ���������������������������    .    * i   ,    ,  ,     .     ,,    lerage were occasionally difficult to  this is somewhat    late in thc ���������������������������      ������������������ i       -4,      ,-.    Q.    JT    ,    ���������������������������   .....  ,,,.., ,      rn,    ,,   comply witn.    On Sir Joshua Jley-  n and that it mav be difficult I, !.���������������������������    ,.    ���������������������������   r ���������������������������     .���������������������������      ,,   .   , ���������������������������  .    i  ,        .    ,i      "       i .      nolds  rcmindine  him  that hc had  this Association and forwarded to  the Minister of Agriculture, and I  am to suggest that you'1 call a meeting of your Board, have the resolution approved, and forward same  fco the Minister of Agriculture, with  ,is little delay as possible. I know  that  seaso  for you to got the mombers to  gefcher, but the mafctcr is of sufficient importance fco warrant your  making a special effort to get a sufficient number of members together  to form a quorum to give you authority to take action.  The matter has been fully discussed by our Association and by various members who have devoted a  of tea brewing was regarded by  him as an essential attribute of thc  perfect woman, and there can be  no doubt that his female friends  (and their name . was legion) did  their best to gratify his amiable  weakness.  .Richard Cumberland tells us, says  tho Gentlewoman, that his inordinate demands for his favorite bev-  clue to the bank authorities having I considerable amount of time, to tho  sent for tho police; and so the  cashier is leffc with a worthless piece  of paper and a sense of danger escaped.  question, and if there is any further  information which I can give you,  T shall be only too happy to do so.  I am, Dear Sir,  Yours truly,  J.  .STANLEY  COOK,  Secretary.  PROPOSED INSURANCE BILL.  Opinion   of the   Montreal Produce  Merchants' Association.  All readers of this paper will be  interested in the following letter,  sent; out by the Montreal Produce  Merchants'   Association,    and   tne  resolution adopted by them in con- |^{fhave thc  effect of' increasing  ncction with certain sections of the ;thc cosfc of fi     insuranco to evcry  new Insurance Bill, now before the  user thercof ���������������������������  Government at Ottawa Whereas any increase in thc rates  _. o have no comment to make on  of in8xirance on ������������������arm and dai     nro.  tne statements in this letter, which  /.i���������������������������.n  _���������������������������-ii ������������������������������������������������������_,,���������������������������_ __  .���������������������������.,...���������������������������,.<. ___������������������������������������������������������.  ,      . ,    ,,    ,, ' , , clucc will have an injurious etrecfc,  was sent out by tho Montreal Board  of Trade to thc Butter and Cheese  .RESOLUTION.  Whereas certain sections of thc  Bill called "An _\cfc respecting Insurance" that is to be introduced  at thc coming session of Parliament,  Boards throughout fche^ country,  and to all others whom fchey thought  it would interest. Ifc is published,  however, because it is undoubtedly  of interest to members of evcry  rural community in the country:  Dear    Sir,���������������������������Probably     you    arc  aware  that at the last session  of  and therefore becomo burdensome  to thc farming and produce industries of Canada;  Whereas thc general fire insurance companies located in Canada  arc asking for legislation ��������������������������� which  will tend to confine to or give control of all fire insurance in the Dominion to their own companies to  the detriment of   all    the insured  with  Parliament,  clauses  were  inserted .;tbro    houl} Canada;  i_ thc Insurance Bill fco prevent thc      Wh ercas the 1?r0 insuranco Companies,  known  as thc Regular or  Tariff Companies, have an organiz-  of  notes  oufc of  a    cashier's    box ! vr'anaaa 5 ,n e0Wlcr wora!' l0 P^cno ;afcion kncnv]. ag tl)_ "Canadian Fire  durinsL.thojattcrVabscnce. Aj lho ?���������������������������r of property from socking  Undorwrit_crs'_Assoc|ation,"  which  long  term  of  imprisonment  wouJd i OTTtsrrf? nreiTra-.ee, no. mutter    how-Associat_on fixes "the rates of insur-  havo been a fitting reward for this 'excessive the rates   or unfavorable  detected in the act of fishing, with  P'������������������cmg   of   any     insurance        _  a string and a bent pin, a bundle   ������������������lhers, tJ.ln  Companies licensed in  j.     I Canada ; in other words, to prevent  traitorous act, but the bank whore  it occurred paid small salaries, and  thought ifc advisable to let; the offender go rather than face publicity. It is to be feared that banks  which tempt their employes to crime  in this manner are nol exposed as  of.rn  as might be  wislx.l.-  A NOT ITER TIMCK.  Another case was where a cashier  continually found himself short lifter balancing the day's transactions. Usually thc deficiency was  for small sums. It puzzled hiru for  a long time; but eventually the  mystery was solved by an accident.  A clerk in the office was in the habit of handing him a book to initial each day.    Thc book was laid  fche   conditions,    offered   by   local  Companies.  Tlie Bill    was    referred    to the  ance  on  any  or  all  property,   the  members of which Association control about 88 per cent of thc total  ,_ ,   _. ���������������������������  .  .,        ���������������������������,   '.insurance  reported  to  thc Dorain-  Banking and Commercial Commit-;ion Government, and all agree to  tec of thc House of Commons, thc |inainLain uni[onn ratos amj condi-  insurance  interests  were well   ot- !^������������������ons ���������������������������  ganisced and well represented ; tlie I v������������������'hcrcas the original object of  public for the most part was un- Icovernment regulation was for the  awarcthat any such causes were [pvo(;oction of" the public and not for  being introduced, and for this rea-|(1)C hcnc&b of tho in8liranco corn-  son there was no properly orgamz- [������������������anfcs .  ed opposition. Thc result was that j 'whereas ifc has frequently been  a compromise was arrived at, and a'fuU1R] impoKsi]jlo to ol)tain 'ttU thc  tax of ID _ per cent, was paced on i ina,mince rcqiljrcd frotll rcgif.tcr-  thc premiums paid for all msur- !Cfj compn���������������������������jes, wj,ich companies fro-  ance placed with Companies not ���������������������������qu0TlLIv ]imifc 01. rofusc the acccpt.  registered in Canada, lhc b.i .did |an<50 ()f risks whi(:h do not Bl,it  not pass the Senate, and so did not! L,i:ctit -  Whereas it is nofc proposed to tax  already consumed eleven cups he  replied: Sir, I. did not count your  glasses of wine; why should you  number my cups of tea?" adding  laughingly and in perfect good humor: "Sir, I should have released  our hostess from any further trouble, but you have reminded mc that  T want one more cup to make up  the dozen, and I must request Mrs.  Cumberland to round up my score."  . When he saw the complacency  with which thc lady of tho house  obeyed his behests hc said' cheerily: "Madam, I must tell you -or  your comfort, you have escaped  much befcfcer than a. certain lady  did a while ago, upon whose patience I intruded greatly more than  I have yours. She asked me for no  other purpose than to make a zany  cf mc and set me gabbling to a parcel of people I knew nothing of; so,  madam, I had my revenge on her,  for I swallowed fivo and twenty  cups of her tea."  Cumberland declared that his  wife would gladly have made tea  for Johnson "as long as the New  River could have supplied her with  water,'" for it was then, and then  only, ho was seen at his happiest  moments.  On his Scottish tour his inexorable demands for tea sorely tried  the patience of Lady Macleod of  Dunvcgan, who after giving him his  sixteenth cup suggested that further supplies in a small basin might  be agreeable tojhim.  "I wonder, madam," hc answered  roughly, "why all the ladies ask  mc such questions. It is to save  yourself trouble, madam, ancl nofc  mc."  Tho lady was discreetly silent,  and^resumed^hci���������������������������task.   -V���������������������������  become law at last session, but ifc  is understood that it win be rc-in-  tfoduccd in the Son,_to on the  rc-  on   tho  desk,   where  usually   there ,  were a number of loose coins lying  assembling of Parliament with even  about, was duly marked, and lifted  more stringent conditions embodied  up again. One day the clerk, in  taking bach the book, was not so  cautious as usual, and tlie cashier  caught thc glint of a coin adhering  in it.  The members of our Association  feci that the original object of thc  government legislation was the nro-  ior a restriction of thc present conditions,  nor the imposition of a protective  to the back of it. Struck by this i tcction of thc public, and  defiance of the laws of gravity, he ! they do not ask that any injustice  grasped tho book, and found on it'should be done fco the insurance in-  a small piece of wax, to which the tercsts, they feel_ Very strongly that  coin was adhering and now that; there is no justification  clerk is numbered amongst the unemployed.'  Another    cashier    recently    lost Insurance fc;i^-  ������������������100 in a simple way.    faying out      It is tho aim of thc'Association  money rapidly to a largo number of i to reduce the cost of handling farm  customers on a busy day, he found,   and dairy produce to the very low-  when thc 'crowd had melted away,  a man whom he had already paid  lingering nn     Asked what he want-'Apart from    {.hose    large  ed, the man, who was an old soldi-  wlio have been  compelled  er,  se. t to e.sh a    cheque    by    a  outside insurance solely oil a ceo mil;  Govern went department, said that  of tho  inability    of the registered  registered insurance companies for  re-insuring a portion of their risks  with unregistered companies, the  insured also should have the privilege of placing insurance wuh  such unregistered companies without having to pay a tax for so doing ;  Whereas for many years past  eventual   recourse to Underwriters  . Lloyd's, London, or other un-  regisfered concerns, has been the  owners' chief safeguard against the  excessive rates of a virtual combine,  . nd  the  only moans of placing ail  FOOD PRICES IN CHRMAXY.  Steady    Advance    Since 1.07   ami  Rig Increases i������������������ S .pt-mbo.r.  Thc Vossische Zeitung, oE Berlin,  publishes a table of, figures drawn  from official reports relating to  prices of -food and -other commodities in Germany in recent years.  Remarkable differences prevailed  between August and September of  LAWYERS AND DOCTORS.  Enormous Fees   Whicli    Some   ol  Them .Receive..  From Los Angeles recently came  the report that the remarkable fee  of  $250,000 had  been  paid  to x.r.  Trueworthy of that city for his attendance on the late Mr. E. J. Baldwin,  the    Californian    millionaire,  known    on the    "other    side"  as  ''Lucky-Baldwin."    Ancl apparent-  ly the worthy doctor was in no way  impressed with the largeness of the  cheque, for he is said to have declared that if hc were paid afc thc  same rate as fche lawyers wlio arc  handling Mr.   Baldwin's  estate  he  ought to receive double the amount.  One'New York doctor got $1,000  for attending to fche fractured finger of a polo-player.-   Another received $15,000 for an  operation m  appendicitis.    A millionaire   paid a'  physician  $25,000 for a week's , attendance ; another specialist received $60,000 for a week's voyage with  a tuberculosis patient, who died on  coming into port;    while,    Mr. Armour paid Dr.   Lorenz $75,000 for  sotting   the hip   of    his   daughter  Lolita.  Compared with these facts, the  $75,000 .to 9100.000 a year made Dy  a number- of London specialists  seems rather small. But, of course,  825,000 and $50,000 cases are not  found evcry day ^Fifteen hundred  dollars, however, is not infrequently charged by London specialists  for one consultation, the average  running from $-100 to $500.  Famous English surgeons of the  past, however, liko Sir Astlcy Uoop-  p-v, Sir James Paget, Sir Morell  Mackenzie, Dr. Diinsdale, and Sir  Andrew Clarke, received fees which  compare very favorably with those  ot America. Sir M. Mackenzie was  paid $100,000 for his attendance on  thc father of the present Kaiser. It  is said that Sir Andrew Clarke received a fee of $25,000 for visiting  a lady at Nice, while for inoculating the Empress Catharine at St.  Petersburg Dr. Dimsdale was -re?  warded with tlio rank of Baron of  thc Empire, a pension of $2,500 per  annum, and a present of  Sir Astley Cooper and Sir James  Paget frequently received fees of  $7,500 each.  Ifc has been said that Sir"_,dward  Carson and Mr.  Rufus Isaacs' are  each making over $100,000 a year; ���������������������������  and one can well behove it, in view  of the fact that they usually receive  $5,000 as a retainer for a case and   .  $500 a day as a refresher while the "  case lasts.      Instances   of lawyers  whose fees have    made them  millionaires seem to be fairly common  in America.    Mr.  Dclma's fee for  defending Thaw has been given aa  from  $100,006 to  $200,uuo. Mr.  J. C. Tomlinson, a New York l.rw-  ycr, has received three fees ol  .300.000, $100,000 and $50,000 respectively.  Mr. Chauncey Dcpcw was once  $200,000 richer for his successful  conduct, of a bankruptcy case, wmlo  Mr. Elihu Root, the ex-Sccrctary  cl War in the States, received  $250,000 for negotiating the settlement of thc late Russell Sage's estate. Thc business took him forfcy-  ciglvfc__hoursi \vhich__works oufc at __  ���������������������������$125,000 a "day���������������������������"a~rccord"wl. cirwil l""  want a lot of beating.���������������������������London Tit-  Bits.  BOVINES AS BAROMETERS.    ���������������������������  Hither fco the generally accepted  accomplishments of the common  cow have not included lhat of a  weather prophet. But dairymen regard the aniinal-as quite a-reliable  baromentcr. They can tell lhc approach of a storm by thc diminution of the cow's milk. The falling  the present year, some few products |0|'f js nofc so appreciable in winter,  i.i ie ii Mil ran ee vcqun..  Th lvifore Resolved that this Association places itself on record a.s  }������������������������������������������������������ tron.ly opposed to any alteration  est possible figure and so procure j jn  the insurance laws th;  tiio greatest benefit to  he farmer,  onoerns  to  sock  wi l  iu  falling, while thc majority of thc  most important continued to rise.  Thc price of hops, which has sunk  steadily since 1907, more than doubled last month. Taking thc average price as 100 during fche decade  1SS9-189S, the average price of rye  i>. 1007 was 130, in 1008, J19, and in  last September 117.4. Wheat has  risen from 119 in, 1907 to 123.3 in  1909, being in August, however,  139. Hops,-which in 1907, were 73,  have risen to M7.9. Maize has risen  from 152 to ICG.9, butter from (53 to  122, lard from 134 to 183, while beef  has fallen some 15 per cent.  Pork, whieh is the most consumed meal, has risen from 105 in 1907  tv> 133.(3, and molasses from 1.4 to  21.. Polat.._s h;ivc fallen-7 per  cent., und herrings .0; rice has fallen from liO to 10-'-; cotton has risen from 'l!(i to 1-12.0, while other  textiles,  likewise metals, have fal  len considerably.  t. ti  any wn-y restrict thc freedom of our  members in securing insurance to  thn fullest extent <>i their requirements, or that wii! deprive the assured of the right of placing such   money  A NEA li-RELATION.  why  do    you    call    Uncle  but in thc other three seasons tha  rule is almost infallible, and whenever a dairyman finds Lhe daily supply suddenly diminished he knowi  that bad weather is coming. Jusb  before a tremendous summer storm  some time ago thc amount of mills  in one district fell off to an alarm-1  ing extent. Dairymen were wor-'  ricd, and were trying to borrow:  milk from each other, but nobody,  had any to spare. They all knew  what the matter was when tho  storm came next day, and when tho  usual supply oE milk was forthcoming. It v/as simply one of those  curious facts of Nature which are  known, but for which no possible  explanation has been given.  Fran!; a nea.v-rehi.Mon?"  >ecauso  lie  FACTS IN THE CASE.  Little Henry (at the zoo)������������������������������������������������������  "What are those animals in the  heavy cage, paw?"  Mr. Peck���������������������������"A lion and his mate,  my  son."  Little Henry���������������������������"Is a man's wife  called his mate, paw?"  Mr. Peck���������������������������"Not always, son. For  so close with his instance, your mother is tlio can-  tain  and I'm  the mata "  /  ft-  .  ~ __  <   1  r  & \\fi  ATTENDED BY  FIVE DOCTORS  BUT GOT NO RELIEF UTNTl L HE  USE DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS.  Wonderful Cure of A. F. Richard,  Who wa.s Tortured by Rheumatism and Kindred Pains, Sets  Kent County Talking.  St. Iguace, Kent Co., N. B.,  Nov. 2.���������������������������(Special).���������������������������After being  tortured for four years with _.ack-  ichc, Rheumatism, Stiffness of the  faints and Pains in the Loins, and  yetting no relief from five doctors  whom he called in, Mr. Antoine ti1.  Richard, a well-known farmer living near here, is spreading the  good news that he is once more a  well man, and that he owes his cure  to Dodd's Kidney Pills. Speaking  of his wonderful cure, Mr. ltichard  Bays;���������������������������  "I was a helpless man in July,  1807. For four years I had endured thc greatest torture from -Backache. Rheumatism, Stiffness of the  Joints and Pains in the Loins. I  had dark circles under my eyes, ipy  read ached and I was often dizzy.  I wa.s attended by five doctors, but  not one of them could help me.  "Then I began to use Dodd's Kidney  PiUs ancj  aft,,,. th6 first few  loses I began to improve. I used  four boxes in all and now I am  working every day on the farm a  veil man. [ owe my wonderful cure  !o Dodd's Kidney Pills and nothing  the.'  There is no case" or kind of Kidney Disease that Dodd's Kidney  Pills will not cure.  PHILOSOPHY OF LUCK.  Be on Lookout for Good, it Will  Surely Come to You.   ' v  Every woman has her pet super-  ititions. Something, to her, stands  for luck���������������������������a horseshoe picked up,  a four-leafed clover frund, a pin  gathered up from the floor, a black  cat straying into the house, a birthday stone, a lucky date or number,  etc.c She believe a by definite ex:  amples, and in this she is usually  correct. What she calls hick, has  really come to her the very day or  week in which she found the horseshoe or put on the birthday ring.  It is-not mere coincidence. It has  happened as she says. The only  thing she, fails, to see is just,why  and how it has happened, says Harper's Bazaar."  o The most important thing in life  Is one's attitude toward it. To the  wrong attitude life brings nothing.  To the right attitude it' brings everything. Thc blind doctrine of luck  ia the handmaid of this clear truth.  The woman who finds a four-leaved  clover and is convinced that life  holds something pleasant for her in  the immediate future gets at once  into the right attitude. . She looks  out for something good to come  along, and so she sees it and grasps  it. If she had not found the clover  and had gone dully and fretfully  along instead, she would never have  DRESSING POULTRY.  The manner in which poultry is  dressed determines largely the price  it will bring in market. All ill-  looking specimens, ragged and  torn, will be passed by for a better appearing bird by nine people  out of ten, even though the hard-  looking specimen may in reality be  a larger and fatter bird. It is not  a hard matter to dress them to loo_  neat, and as the price is what all  growers are after it pays to do  the work well.  The bird should have had access  to neither food nor water for  twenty-four hours, and should be  c.ught carefully so as nofc to bruise  it or badly frighten it. This is easily done in darkening fche place  where they arc confined, or catching with a crook, similar to the  cJd-time  shepherd's crook.  Suspend the bird, with a double-  edged poultry knife cut each side  I,  QUARRELSOME.  But why- did you leave your  last place?" the lady asked of the  would-be cook.  "To tell the truth,-mum," said  Sarah, "I just couldn't stand the  way the master an' the missus used  to quarrel, mum."  "Dear me! Do you mean to say  that they actually dared to quarrel  ���������������������������and before the servants?"  ''Why, yea, mum, ail the time.  When it wasn't me an' him, mum,  _���������������������������  it was me an'  her.'  POULTRY.  Wc call thc attention of our readers to the advertisement of" Gunn,  Langlois & Co., Montreal, which  appears elsewhere in this paper. Tf  you have any poultry to place on  the market during tho holiday season, take their advice and communicate with them before r.ushing  ... , , .goods to market.   It is a good plan  of the throat to sever the jugular, lto write to these pcople if you have  then up and backward turough tne  cggSj  butter,  poultry or honey to  rioticcdntho~preasant^tliing~a_==alI  That is the whole psychology of  luck. It seems too simple to be  true���������������������������but really its simplicity is its  sign manual of verity.  Expect good, look for good, believe in good���������������������������and life becomes  good and grows ever better.   CONTINUED LESSON.-   --  Mamma���������������������������"I am delighted at the  interest; my hoy is taking in his  writing. He spends two hours a  day afc it."  Visitor���������������������������"Really .   How strange 1"  How did you get him to do it?"  Mamma���������������������������"Oh, T told him to writo  me oufc a list of everything he wants  for his birthday, and ho's still afc  It."  The average man is either dissatisfied with what he has or with  what he hasn't.  roof of the mouth into the brain  to destroy the sense of pain. Place  a hook in lower beak, with a  weight attached, and begin to pick  afc the wings as these cool quickest.  The breast feathers come off very  easily, and there is small need of  tearing the skin if care is exercised.  When picked remove from hook,  and, where the market requires it,  cut off the head and draw the skin  over the stump and tie ^neatly,  remove entrails, cutting as small a  piece around the vent as possible.  Where head and entrails are left  simply wash all blood from the  beak. Press wings and legs close  to body and. tie a string around  to hold them. See that feet and  shanks are clean and cool them in  a_������������������ compact a shape as possible.  This gives them a plump appearance, and they also pack for shipment much-better. '  WATER GAUGE BURST. ������������������  C. P. R. Fireman Badly Scalded.  0. P. R. fireman, Geo. H. Duffus,  who lives in Robertson Street, Fort  William, while on his engine near  W7estford happened ��������������������������� with _ a nasty  accident. The water gauge of the  locomotive burst and scalded the  \cit side of his face and head terribly  "It so happened," said Duffus to  our representative, "that I had a  box of Zam-Buk in my pocket, which  I used for a sore on my lip, and  when I had recovered from fche first  shock of the accident,_r produced  the balm and had it applied freely  to the scalded parts. At the time  I applied it I was suffering acute  agony, but within a wonderful short  time Zam-Buk gave me ease. I was  able to continue my journey, and  upon reaching home I obtained  more Zam-Buk and continued the  treatment. It acted wonderfully  well, and in a few days had the  wound nicely healing. I don't  know anything so fine as a healer  of burns, scalds, cuts, and similar  injuries which workers are so liable,  to,- and in my opinion a box of Zam-  Buk should be kept handy-in every  worker's home."  For burns, cuts, scalds, bruises eczema, piles ulcers, ring-worms, itch,  saltrhcum, bad leg, festering sores,  chappedj places, cold-sores, frostbites, and^U^ki1rinjuri_s*_nd=dis^  eascs, Zam-Buk is beyond doubt a  most marvellous cure.  Druggists and stores sell at 50  cents a box ancl the Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, will mail a box, post free,  upon receipt of price, to any of our  readers.   *   dispose of at any'time, as they are  known to be a very reliable house.  He (fiercely)���������������������������*'We don't need  that, rug any more than a cat needs  two tails. How often have I told  you, my dear, never to buy anything because it's cheap?" She  (with an air of one who has got the  better of the argument)���������������������������"But it  wasn't cheap, my love; it cost $20."  Often what appear to be the most  trivial occurrences of life prove to  bethe most momentous. Many are  disj}osed to regard a cold as a slight  thing, deserving of little consideration, and this neglect often results  in most serious ailments entailing  years of suffering.- Drive' out colds  and coughs with Bickle's Anti-  Consumptive - Syrup, the recognized remedy for all affections of the  throat and lungs.  She (to-beggar)���������������������������"It's a wonder  jrou don't use soap.and.water once  or so in a month." Hc���������������������������"I have  thought of it, mum, but there's so  many kinds of soap, an' it's, so  hard to- tell which is and which is  not injurious to the skin that I  don't like to,take any risks."  Mrs. Robert E. Weary, mart tnan nine  years ago, favorably commcn'.ed on Murine  ���������������������������Eye Remedy after its application-ir h*r_  Family, for Bye Trouble!  ro s ultliiR. fr ui.i  Meaeles  and ficarlot Fever, and  later  recommended to the   famous. Ex.lo-er.  tlie  Man   .ho now returns home as the Discoverer- of   the   North   Pole.    Cold. . Cutting  Winds and Dust cause Bed.-.Weak. Watery.  Eyes.    Murine Eye Remedy    affords   Reliable Belief. "Write Murine Eye Remedy.  Co.,  Chic, go.,  for  Illustrated  Eye Boo .���������������������������  Murine, 50c, by Moil from All Dr.i__ii.ta.  Mr. Poultry Producer  WE HAVE NOTHING TO ADD to our advice of last week.  WE REPEAT :    " Don't rush your Poultry on lo the market before quality  and conditions warrant.'  WRITE US for our special instructions covering Killing:, Plucking', Packing,  ��������������������������� Etc.  GET THE BENEFIT of our 35 years experience for the   asking.  ara. will jE������������������._a_Y ^oxr,  GUNN, LANGLOSS * CO., LIM,Tc������������������-d.r?.57.?R__...__,.  SPECIALTIES-EGGS. BUTTER. POULTRY and HONEY.  :_,  .  ���������������������������For   Baby's  Sake%  **��������������������������� '^__irt"������������������siS^>"'/,'  Exercise care. Those who buy unknown  brands of Condensed Milk for the baby, because of the saving of a few cents, may find  the experiment a costly one. The 01.ly brand  . especially prepared for infant feeding i������������������  Borden's Eagle Brand  Condensed Milk  NEVER ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE, IT CANNOT BE AS GOOD.  DORDEJTS  C0^DEN5ED MILK CO., &u������������������ f  (THE ORIdl. AL)  Witt. H. DUNN, Agent - - MONTREAL.  ���������������������������Tr*. ffii____ffl������������������_>^'ffi'B  Brown���������������������������"Let us cross the street.  I see Smith   coming, and I don't  e  x  JSSUC X0. -I8-09..  It's much easier to lay plans than  to'hatcli them out." -  A Boon for thc Bilious. ��������������������������� The  liver is a very sensativo organ and  easily deranged. When this occurs  .here is undue secretion of bile and  the acrid liquid flows into the stomach and sours it. It is a most  distressing ailment, and many are  prone to it. In (.his condition a  man finds the best remedy in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, whicli are  warranted to speedily correct the  disorder. There is no better medicine in tho entire list of pni preparations,  Men are always trying to set rid  of some habits and form others.  A man is excusable for boasting  that hc never had occasion to visit  a dentist.  Never judge the taxes a man pays  by thc size of the diamond in his  shirt front.  No, Alonzo, all men are not  grafters. Opportunities are nofc so  plentiful as they might be.  It's only a matter of time until  people who want some other kh\d  of weather will get it���������������������������only to be  dissatisfied again.  '���������������������������'Did he ever castigate his so .  for playing truant 1" "No, hi*  never bothered with' them new-fangled ways 0' doin'. He jest giv' him  a sound lickin'."    -  sec  want to meet him. Lowe him a little money." Robinson���������������������������"You're  .all right here. He'll cross the  street as soon as he sees us. He  owes me money.'-'���������������������������  ��������������������������� __   A Liniment for   the Logger. ���������������������������  Loggers lead a life which exposes  them to many perils. Wounds,  cuts and bruises cannot be altogether avoided in preparing timber  for the drive and in river work,  where wet and cold combined are  of daily experience coughs and colds  and muscular pains cannot but ensue. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  -when=applied-to=t.he=injured.= _r_ad_:  ministered to the ailing, works  wonders.  Some pcople look upon thc ship  of state as a political band waggon.  Thos. Sabin of Eglington, says.  "I have removed ten corns from my  feet-with Holloway's Corn Cure.'-  Reader, go thou and do likewise.  INVIGORATING TONIC  FOR RUN-DOWN PEOPLE  Your blood has become thin and weak.  Tbe drain upon your lyttem the past few  monthi has been very jieat. You are consequently feeling " all out of torts" end  "rundown." Your appetite is bad and  you hardly have enough energy left to do  your daily duties. You should take  PSYCHlNE, the greatest of Tonics, with-"  out delay. This will put you on your feet  at once.       .d  Gentlemen :������������������"I have uied PSYCHlNE  and I do think it is the greatest tonic and  system builder known. I would advise all  who are run-down or physically weak to'  use PSYCHlNE." Yours truly, M������������������. Jas.  Bertrand. West Toronto.  If _������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������ wttk PSYCHlNE wi.1 m_U r������������������ stro _.  Far SiU fc. ;1 .������������������������������������_ ista _ Di_eri, 50c. _ $1  V^    Dr/T.-A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  A N HOUR A DAY GIVEN IO STUDY  j_L will enable you to improve, your  education. Our lessons by mail will help  you to study to advantage. We teach Commercial work, Public.and High School  subjects, Steam Engineering. Mechanical  Drawing, Journalism, Agriculture, Stock  Raisiue. and 100 other ooureee. As . for  what you need. Canadian Correspondence  College, Limited, Dept. K., Toronto. Canada. . - -   Shorthand  A good position is guaranteed to.  every .person who completes - our  Shorthand and Typewriting Course.  Our excellent modern facilities en.ble  one to finish such a course in-a very.  short lime. Write for particulars,to  British-American Business College  Y.M.C.A. BUILDING, TORONTO.  T.. 11. WATSON. Prfoctpftl.  ft  ACENTS WANTED.  CHENILLE CURTAINS  ���������������������������, find _1! kinds of house hangings, also  L. CE CURTftlHS PYED..__:DMC__..AWE'>'  Write to' us about yours.  BRITISH AMERICAN DVf INC CO., Box 188, Montreal.  A GREAT DEMAND "FOR"  PAPER STOCK  WASTE PAPER OF ALL GRADES.  Also Ivans, Iron, Metals, Rubbers. Etc.  EDI?! I AM    Adelaide and Maud Sts.,  ,    rU^bKI.) Toronto. Ont.  Phone for particulars.- Ifain   .693.  Kindly mention (he name of ibis  paper in writing to a drcrtiseri.  BEGINNING OF THE END.  "Let mo sec," mused thc young  man in the parlor scene, "1 have  been courting you for about three  years, haven't IV  "Yes, I believe so," replied thc  patient maid..  "Well," hc continued, "I think I  have made love to you long enough.  Let's get married."  A man must have a certain  amount of wisdom in order to realize what a fool he is.  Sick   Headaches������������������������������������������������������  are not caused by nn.yt.in_ wrons  In thc head, hut by constipation,  biliousness and indiccstion. Ilcad--  ache powders or' tablets may deaden, but cannot cure them. Dr.  Morse's Indian Root Pills do. euro.  sick headache in the sensible way  by reuiovinp. 'the constipation or  eick Btomach which caused them.  Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills aro  purely vegetable, free "from any.,  harmful drug, safe 'and'sure. When  you feel the headache comhiR take  Dr.   Morse's  inciian   Root  Pills  .adway's  .������������������������������������-.. Kolier  caree the w.ir->u j������������������������������������lns m  ������������������._    from one to twenty  S^X minutes.   For Head-  "I_\achV(s _ k=ar=n e r-\-  ou������������������),   Toothache,  N.. al���������������������������lft.   Rhen  mfttlwn, Lumbago.  ������������������a>n* in the back,  sp.ne  or kidney .  painn around  thc  liver, pleurisy,  ���������������������������welling., of tho jolit  paini of all kind . uso  RADWAVS READY .El  '*,������������������ ANUFACTURING COMPANY WANTS  i������������������i man to Bell direot to fa. mere. wuieM-  eeller. . Every farmer wanta ���������������������������no. 70%.  profit. Experience valuable bat unnccei- ���������������������������  eary. Postal to-day brings particular*. _  Charles Adams, 8arnia, Out.        -  PEBM AN ENT BBPKBSKNTATOV. S WANT-J,  ' ed everywheie.    AL.ONO Mon-Alcoholtov  Flavoring Extracts sa.\e consumers; 80%.' - Good  profit to agents.   Only those' meat>_.jg _tm������������������tr_M. >  apply! -ParkSale* Co., Lon.lon, Oitlk  AU   THE   HOUSEHOLD   SILVER;  CLEANED   IN   30   SECONDS  No  DC.uri.1.    rubbing "or poM-hlng. required. _  Jn ������������������t dip tlie si Ivor in warm wa.tr containing a .  small in .omit of EIoi. rusSllverC 1_ .HBrand wipe  nn towel.   All t .ruisU, great, and dirt Instantly  remove. .   Malce-i oliJesfc silver :ut bright as new.  Can be used for cheapest plate and finest sterling.  (lanr.ol harm silver in any way. _eml-thirty-eight  cent, for full-aizod  packajro.    Useful household -*  utic . siveii ftee'forft fe'.v minutes of your time.  .ockhimi Manufacturing Co., lirautfont Outaiia'  *   ��������������������������� ���������������������������' r '~ ,i n *" ���������������������������'^  - m     ' m  STOCKS. ,  rr O INVESTORS-YOUtt CODERS TO  * buy or sell Stocks will receive my  personal attention. S. M. UatbewB.' Broker, 43 Scott St., Toronto.  QAL  !__?__   *"se rhem Without Milk  _A     * 6* Bunklet Kiss.  Bteele.iUnggsSeod Co��������������������������� Ltd., Toronto,(0nt.  DEFECTIVE KEA _'NC ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������. ������������������. by ,tbf  of   the.mar. eh of the ole������������������tr������������������nfVS^lnZl  throughout  tho   world.     Write  for eatiin,-'  .  St   T   ontS"   'C      '���������������������������     C(l"a',lt' Ud"46S Yon������������������������������������  Do you trap or, buy  Furs? lam Canada's  nu  idc  u r 1 h y,  ���������������������������iLb, andl  so       ,   I  ItMEF. J  . .UN OLE EZRA SAilS:  "Thc man who scatters thc seeds  uv kindness don't need to worry  about the cultivation ; thc crop will  take kcer uv itself."  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator has no equal for destroying  worms in children and adults. See  that you get the gquuinc when purchasing.  WANTFUL.  A woman seldom has any time to  br thankful for thc things she has  because of the many other things  she wants.  Pli  I      ________   _E B 5   _. ^bipmcnia solicited  ���������������������������      \mj  B ���������������������������   .frtfsy  I pay mail ar.d   ex  ^^ ^^   press charges; remit  promptly.   Also largest dealer in Beef hides,  Sheepskins, etc. Quotations and shipping tugs  sent free. j_  JOHN  HALLAM   TORONTO  __Llargustdealer, I pay.  .Ugliestprice*. Your  9  An Always Ready Pill.���������������������������To those  of regular habit medicine is of little  concern, but thc great majority of  men are not of regular habit. The  worry and cares of business prevent it, and out of thc irregularity  of life comes dyspepsia, indigestion,  liver and kidney troubles as a protest. The run-down system demands a corrective and there is  none better than Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. They are simple in their  composition and can be taken by  the most delicately constituted.  If a man never has any u.c for a  doctor" he hasn't 'much of a kick  coming.  We/buy  Wing and Tai Turkey;  Feathers.    Write for prices.  If. W. Nelson & Co., T.ronfo,C_f.  Dressed Poultry  ANY QUANTITY.  HVarkel Prices   Gu .ranged  REMITTANCES DAILY  Ship by Express end  AtfvJss  THE  d. A. McLean Produce Go.  LtMITBD,  74 to 76 Front St. .ast, Toronto  662���������������������������T.e-PIn, Chnsad,   Crescant,   end  Ronulno Baroque Poarl.  906���������������������������Rlnf?, woll cut Ruby, with fine Opal.  32e-_lng, stit with 6 Rubles.  IOGZ���������������������������Brooch,    strong,    well-finished,  v.-ltb sp.-irldlnK Brilliants.  Above ai.-. gnnrantaod hoary gold-ttllsd  conii.. gout v. paid on leeoint of prico.  Wljifii ordering limps measuie tinker vith a  lhic)( piece oi papsr,   .  . rtRK SALES  COMFAriV,  London, Ont,  Box  5 .  _-   .__    1 1 ^rr ���������������������������ri_in__i.ir_i_n.il. ���������������������������m ___���������������������������__������������������������������������������������������ THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 27, 1910  If  PROFESSIONAL  i  D  Ollicn  w.  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Cor. Cliff and Geor .e Sts. EN DE KB Y  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.  THE OKANAGAN MERCANTILE AGENCY  ENDEKBY, li. C.  Debt Collection Everywhere on  straight commission basis.   __:d debts bought /or CASH  W. A. DOHSON, Manngcr   secSeFsocieties  J.'F. PRIN'GLE  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Endorby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings firit  Thursday on or lifter the  full moor, at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  V. C. BRIMACOMBE  Secretary  EARLY SPRING  GARDENS  LO.'O.E.  The warm weather of the past six  or eight days, while it may he only  an ordinary January thaw, has at  least made us think of the early  summer flower garden, and many are  the fingers that are itching to get to  work in the yards about our Enderby  homes. That Enderby will more than  ever engage in thc work of beautifying, we are    assured,   and  much can  even now bo accomplished in that  direction. In the Garden Magazine  for February, we'arc told that much  can be gained by storting nearly all  the commoner flowering plants in  heat now, by making a hot-bed. If  this is not convenient, by all means  adopt son re makeshift arrangement  such as a seed-box in the window, or  in the cellar. ' Take advantage of  the heat wherever it can be caught,  and start hardy annuals, "such as cal-  liopsis, Phlox Drumrnondi, etc., for  earliest flowers out-of-doors. The  half hardy sorts, such as China aster, gaillardia, salpiglossis, must be  sown indoors if they are to give good  results at all during the first half of  the summer. Cannas, castor oil plant  dahlias, pansies���������������������������all these are best  started during February. If you  want stock of tender bedding plants  begin propagation and pot up rooted  cuttings a.s fast as you can.  During February you can also-make  a big start in the vegetable garden  by starting globe artichokes for  planting out later; also broccoli, all  kinds of cabbage, including cauliflower, etc., cardoon, celeriac and  celery, leek, onions, pepper. Make a  sowing of lettuce; just a pinch of  seed' will give plants for the first out  door crop. For early salads, sow  cress, mustard, radish. Just a pinch  of seed each week for succession. The  of   all    these    depends upon  X^S0^' X!tJ__2'   Eureka Lodge. No. ������������������0  Meets every Tuesday evening at S o'clock, in I. 0.  0. F. hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always welcome. .1. A. McMorland, N. G., A.  Reeves, Sec'y. E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every  Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.    Visitors cordially inviteil to attend.  ROBT. N. BAILEY. C.C.  C. E. STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  U. J. C0LTART. M.F.  K. of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable   quality __ ^  for public entertainments.    Kor rates, etc.. apply ! getting  them  as  you lie and  succulent  *;',-_ , .^.^������������������gggZ^____llE" Enderby as Possible.     Make frequent sowings  _                            - an(| (]jSCar(1 any ieft-overs as soon as  ���������������������������        "1 the new crop is ready.  ���������������������������y~\/"*/'_��������������������������� O   I If you  want an unusual but easily  _ }\    I     I __L I grown delicacy try forcing potatoes.  _J^ v"/ VXU,J' It is   quite   easy.   About the end of  Tho __    __���������������������������_    thfi  PrnrPS   Tn-flnv  Janua7 ;������������������r thc   beginning of Febru-  lliese  UIC  HIV 1 llL6o   lU-aay\aT7i set the tubers on end in flats of  Owing   to market  fluctuations, ���������������������������|fand until tIie eJ'es start.  Then put  ^  are   subject  to   change I lhem up -in .IK)ts  to finish the crop  without  notice:  Moffet's Best Flour, $1.70 49-lbs  1.1  prices  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: $.90 per 70 lbs.  Shorts, $1.20 per 90 lbs.  Middlings, $1.30 per 90 lbs.  Oats, $1.35 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.  Also a full line of Cereals and Wheat-  lets at Right Prices.     Free delivery  to any part of the Enderby city.  Tarms: Net Cash, with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B C.  , Better select, a small-tubcrcd variety j  ancl one of the early-maturing kinds, i  Some of the English potatoes are I  very good for this purpose. The old- \  fashioned Ash-leaf; Kidney has long!  jbeen a favorite forcing potato. i  j Melons sown in heat now will give !  j ripe fruit in May.. It is better to ;  ; sow seeds in pots so that the roots i  | will never be disturbed when putting!  jinto the fruiting quarters.. Put two!  j or three seeds to a 2-inch pot and j  i thin out to the strongest plant as  ! soon as they are well sprouted.  WATER NOTICE  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Reparcd  "Rear Evans"Blk"  "Enderby  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  (a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Rufus A.  Chambcrlin, Deep Creek P. O., farmer  (b) The name of the stream or  source:   Deep Creek,  or tributary.  (c) The point of diversion: About  i- mile N.W. of my house in Deep  Creek.  (d) The quantity of water applied  for  (in cubic feet per second): Three  cubic feet. j   (0..-The_prcn.ises_on_ which,the. wa_]  Stock-taking Sale  Bargain  Counter  Men's .1.50 Mackinaw Pants  at   $2.50  fi.25       "           Coats   at 3.90"  "       7.00  Short,  Overcoats at 5.25  Ladies'2.50 Felt Slippers at,    -   - 1.40  "    1.50       "       " -90  Misses'1.25       "       " .75  Children's 75c           " .50  40c & 50c " .25  Ladies' 2.25 Felt Shoes, 1.75  "    1.25 Carpet Slippers, .80  "    1.00       "           " .50  "   4.50 Patent Leather Shoes .'.50  Fresh Groceries always on hand.  Wheeler & Evans  City Meat Market  THOS. E.. WOODS, Proprietor  ter is to be used:   Dwelling on N.  \,  S. E.   ., Sec. 7, Tp. 19, R. 9.  (g) The purpose for which the water is to be used:   Irrigation.  (h) If for irrigation describe thc  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage:   About 40 acres.  (Ic) This notice was posted on tlie  10th day of January, 1910, and application will he made to the Commissioner on tlie 10th day of February, 1910.  (1) Givo thc names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to  be affected by the proposed works,  cither above or below the outlet: R.  Davidson.  RUFUS  A.  CHA.MB. RLIN,  Deep Creek, 13. C.  FOR SALE at Fifer Ranch,  HULLCAR  (Enderby side of Hullcar Hall)  HORSE, old but sound  $20.00  COW, I-Iolstein (good milker)...   60.00  (5 year old)  TWO    HEIFERS     Offers  Dining-room  Extension Table...     6.00  Five chairs (1 rocker)  ;     5.00  Pearl Heater (new in November) 10.00  Kitchen stove (cost $30.50 July  last)       25.00  4-ft. kitchen table       3.00  4-ft. bed &   spring    (new) with  mattress         8.00  4-ft G-in. bed & spring    (nearly  new)     12.00  Bedroom dressing table, with 3  drawers   and    good mirror,  also washstand    12.00  Load of clover Cheap  Singer Sewing Machine, with  attachments (new) cost $60  (8  months  notes)     40.00  Ranch of 34 acres, with good bungalow, poultry houses and outbuildings  for sale on ten years' terms, or for  rent.   Apply on the premises.  ������������������������������������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-  Don't Let  that  Cough  Hang On  When you know it can be  overcome in a short time  by taking a palatable  emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.  Perhaps no other season of  the year makes so strenuous demands upon the system as the breaking up of  winter. Strengthen your  system, and be prepared.-  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  CHIT St. Enderby  Your Last Chance  to purchase  Shirts,  Ties,  Sweaters  and Heavy Vests  at reduced prices  this week.  Don't miss it.  For the  month of  JANUARY  I will give  off  on all sales  BUY EARLY  W.  T. HOLTBY  .   .   Furniture Dealer nnd Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  *-*-*-*-* ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  t  t  1  I  ���������������������������  I  I  I  I  .  T  I  ]  1  I  I  1  .  I  ������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������4  I  ���������������������������  _  I  ������������������������������������������������������  I  ������������������������������������������������������  I  I  ������������������������������������������������������''  I !  -���������������������������  I  I  1  I  1  4  I  1  1  4  I  . ������������������  _    ':���������������������������   -.  ��������������������������� ���������������������������  i  ���������������������������  i  - ������������������������������������������������������  -���������������������������_���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������_���������������������������   ���������������������������  The Poison Mercantile Co. ���������������������������  Enderby, B. C.  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, _. C.  Contractors & Builders  K.M'j'matfH Furnished and Work Guaranteed  For   . wife, take thc daughter of a  good mother.  Having purchased the butcher-  business of R. Blackburn, I solicit a share of your business and  guarantee good service.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  eceived  eecters if  Up to and including Saturday, 5th February,  for the contents of a shack, of which the following are a few items:  ������������������������������������������������������W~~���������������������������   ���������������������������   ���������������������������   T   ���������������������������' ���������������������������   ���������������������������  t  t  ���������������������������  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President, Rt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. O.  Pr _ident, Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND. K. C. M. G.    Viee-P-reaident and _G eneraLManagcr. - SIR -EDWARD. CLOUSTON. Bart   Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St E.C.  .  , -_  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ^j^������������������%^������������������*  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq,, Manager, Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Bndej_y  E, J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Cutters and Fashionable  Winter turn-outs.  Good Rigs; Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  1 Bed,  Spring and Mattress  1 4-hole Cook Stove and Piping  Quantity of Cooking Utensils  Large number of Agricultural Tools  Quantity of Provisions, etc., etc.  Terms:    SPOT CASH.  Everything required, for a man starting in on a new place.  Tenders to be sent to���������������������������  W. A. DOBSON, Enderby, B.C.  The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Full list may be seen on application to Mr. A. R. PRICE, Provincial Constable, Enderby, B.C., who has the key of the shack, and will give facilities for inspection.  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  on  cut at the present time  Our  Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  HENRYS  /   For Fall  /__.  Bulbs from best European and  Japan growers.  HOME-GROWN FRUIT AND  ORNAMENTAL TREES  Garden, Field and Flower Seed  Wire Fencing nnd Gates.  154-Page Catalogue FREE        My  M. J. HENRY, Voncouver.B.C J?  NI J l__^_r !__ 1 Et^y  ''?  . 1  '-_���������������������������  _  Ml  V _  1  31  .j  Tl  V  v_,V  "���������������������������im  ���������������������������M\  m  If-


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items