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Array f.i"  J.*  _>  \>f  ' 0  v  Enderby, B. C,  February 10, 1910  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 2; No. 50; Whole No. 102  Many  Amendments.  Asked by B. C. Union  health, and has come to the Okanagan Valley   to   recuperate.   She will  be joined by- her husband about Easter time.  ���������������������������The Ladies   Aid   of" the Methodist  Mayor Bell returned from Victoria j    The Union also requested enactment Ichurch wiU hold a bazaar ir} the Po1  last Friday, where he was attending j of such   legislation   as   is   necessary | son building recently vacated by. Mrs.  a meeting of tlie Executive of the , to establish some system of county  Union - of B. C. Municipalities. The ' councils for the purpose of cohstruc-  mecting v/as called for the purpose ting and maintaining the trunk-roads  of carrying out the work undertaken , the cost of said constructions and  by the Union at its recent convention j maintenance to - be borne jointly by'  and consisted   of   placing- before the  the Provincial   Government and  the  Government in compact form the demands of the Municipalities for improved legislation. ���������������������������  various municipalities in the county.  ��������������������������� It was   further ' recommended' that  legislation be    enacted whereby gov-  The   following ,   amendments   were i ernment and municipal ownership of  asked for to   the   Municipal Clauses   telephones be-established throughout  Act:       That   the     qualification     of  the province,  householders   to    vote<   at municipal  elections, at present applicable to the  city of   New   Westminster    only,- be  made applicable to any municipality  who by by-law   so   enacts.     That a  \vorkable Local Improvement. General  Act be passed * applicable to the entire .province.     That the by-law establishing    highways- be amended so,  . as to permit- the   Registrar to enter  them up as against the lands appropriated;   that  Municipal  Councils  be  enabled to levy a   fee of a minimum  - charge . of   $2"- for  .'the approval of  .plans of subdivisions of property up  to the   assessable    value   of $10,000,  and $5 for plans over and above that  assessed value; that City Councils be  permitted   to   name   one member of  each the    Police   and    License Commissioners;    that ���������������������������- where the required  petition of   over   50 per cent of the  property owners and value in a prescribed area is presented, the clause  compelling a vote'of the whole municipality be   rescinded,   'and that the  term for  objection  be  shortened,   or  else to give power to> rural municipalities to levy a special rate on any  one   or    more   wards     as - may   be  deemed necessary,   each   ward to decide by the vote of property owners  if they desire a special rate;', that a  constable or collector' of road tax  be empowered to take the necessary  declaration of householders as voters;  that in subsection 122 of section 50,  the words "and hotel bars" be added  after the word "saloon" in the first  line; that the municipal Clauses Act  be amended making it necessary for  all Justices of the Peace in rural  municipalities to consult "with" the  " Reeve before incurring any expense  to the municipality, the Reeve being  the elected representative of the rate  payers ; that Councils in municipalities be made continuous it was recommended that at least half of the  Aldermen be elected each year and  hold office-'for a period of two years,  the Mayor or Reeve to be elected annually as at present. The attention  of the Attorney-General was called  to the recent Kamloops jail-breaking.  The Executive also suggested to the  Government that a commission of  men be appointed who have had experience in municipal work to prepare a new bill or bills to codify  municipal law in the Province. The  attention of the Government was  also called to the urgent necessity of  the B. C. Government taking over  the sanitarium for incipient cases of  tuberculosis, situated at Tranquille,  and conduct the same as a government institution. The establishment  of an industrial home for the aged  and indigent, to be located on the  lower mainland, such institution to  be under the control of the Government. *       ���������������������������..'������������������������������������������������������  -ENDERBY-NEWS NOTES  Well, yes; get a fall out of life or  life will get a fall out' of you.  Ex-Reeve -Dayk.in, of Armstrong,  will occupy the pulpit in the Methodist  church next Sunday.  . Service .preparatory, to _ communion  will beheld in the Presbyterian-church  Thursday, at 7:30 p. in.  A town upon its legs arid doing  things-is better than a town upon its  knees and" seeing things.   ���������������������������  The Enderby City Band will'give a  social dance in K. of P. hall next  Monday evening, Feb. 14th.  Many a man buried himself in ashes  yesterday who were better passing  the buck over the saw-horse.  Mrs. Gerald Neve, who has been  visiting friends in Seattle for several  months, will return to Enderby next  week.  - ,  ,   _ ;  Mrs. Bassett was sent to her eastern home.the past week by the city.  She was very low, .a sufferer-from  tuberculosis.- .  Geo. B. Schmidt, of Minneapolis,  has joined the office staff of the A.  R. Rogers Lumber Co., as assistant  bookkeeper.  Crane, on Cliff street, on Thursday,  Feb. 17th, from 2, to 9 p.m. Refreshments will be served and all kinds of  useful articles will be on sale, including candies and cakes.  Mrs. -R. "H.- ' Binch was called to  Vancouver last week to the bedside  of her brother, Jno.-McKechnie," who  was recently sent to the hospital  from Hedley, and is slowly dying.  She had been there' but a'fewsdays  when word was received that her  sister, Mrs. Malcolm Howe, of that  city had died suddenly of blood-poisoning.  Mrs. Waddell was very successful in  her exhibits of Partridge Wyandottes  Shall Enderby Exhibit  at the. Winnipeg Industrial-  Show the goods! Ithat we  have  received  some  encour1  The best advertising Enderby ever ��������������������������� agement from them,  had has   been   that' given it by the j    "I do riot see with the prizes that  poultrymen of    the   district arid the . we offer in Red Polled-cattle, and our  fruit .men.   The annual.poultry show  generous��������������������������� money   in    poultry,'and-to  has done more   to   attract attention'work in.'a""circuit   of   fairs, as you  to that phase of  our resources and   could,' but that you could make, eoriie  possibilities-than anything else,  and'money" out of sending an "'exhibit'to  the ."exhibit-of apples sent to. the Old  Winnipeg - this year.   You can show at.  Country"fairs last year*from Enderby   Calgary,: corne    on from "Calgary"'to-:  has accomplished    for   our    fruit re- : Winnipeg, taking in Brandon arid Resources what   the   fowl have for the ' gina.   This would give .you these, four  poultry yard.      ^      " ,' .}fairs," three' -on your' return" journey.-.  .   Nothing speaks better" or more tru- !I do not see wily you should ;not be  ly of a district's    resources   'and its (able to pay more than your expenses'  possibilities than the samples of the lout of-it,- 'and    especially    when we  help you-, out to the', extent- of -25 - per  cent on your freight .coming -to" Win-'"'  nipeg." -;���������������������������   .       ' r-  ",;' ���������������������������;.-/ '-��������������������������� '  at  Seattle   and   Tacoma.     She won ' last - summer to" show our products, in. ���������������������������  Mr.'-Bell's'- reference, -to'" the. ^Arm-  first on her-cock,  and had first and j the fields  .'where   the most good- can ' sfrqnfe ^Agricultural Society Js. in Ire- ���������������������������  second hen.  .Also special for-best.hen :te "accomplished   will ' be'open to''us !ply to 'an;.enquiry, from, that" society  real goods.   It is the best kind of advertising. .   - ,.  . This-summer the chances-we missed  in the Wyandotte class.  - The name|again.   Are we" going., to-sit by'and  of the Hazelmere Poultry Farm is al- ;iet them, go?   The Calgary..Winnipeg,"  ready prominently   to the fore with.'Brandon and Regina fairs will be held  poultrymen, and it is Mrs.'Wad dell's  earlyih July'and August.". Steps are  being taken to get   a carload of the  best .we can show-in,-poultry,"-cattle,  and .-produce,    to ��������������������������� be    sent   to .these  against It "on   the    ice.   Playing is  fairs,  and'if-the' proper encourage-  furious in spots if not hot,  and the'ment is    given    the   project,   will be  finish    promises   oratorical pyrotcch- ��������������������������� carried   out   successfully.      Grasse's,  determination   to " outstrip even the  famous Fishel. - '  The 'Curlers ' continue' to1" lay up  An Enderby young lady, quoting  Poor Richard, said the other day:  "The man without a wife is but half  a man." We don't know how she  knew, do you?  Rev. David James of Vancouver is expected to' deliver a lecture in the Presbyterian church, on Feb. 21st, entitled  "Under Italian Skies." Mr. James is  very highly recommended."  - Work on the new burner to be erected by the A. R. Rogers Company  has already started. W. A. Russell  will do the work. The cost will be  four or five thousand dollars.  Robert Meikle the Scotch humorist ancl talented singer will please  the best in the best audience Enderby  can give him and his talented concert people.     Do not miss them.  The business people and , citizens  are looking for that petition which  is to be presented to the City Council, asking that a by-law be submitted to raise money for the erection  of a public building on the recreation  ground. Everybody seems to favor  the proposition.  Do not forget the date of the great  Robert Meikle performance at Enderby���������������������������Wednesday, Feb. 23rd. These are  the highest-class Scotch entertainers  put on the Lyceum Circuit by C. P.  Walker. Every moment will be one  of thorough enjoyment.  Mrs. J. M. Shaver, wife of the head  miller of the Vancouver Milling and  Grain Co., is visiting Mr.  and Mrs.  nics and gaseous wicks off the cranium, and hot runners down-the crusted  craw-craw. - During ,the past week,  Taylor's "rink lost to Bell and Hancock; Bell lost to Evans, Keith fco  Murphy, Matthews to Bell, and Scott  to Evans.  Harold Bass narrowly escaped serious.injury last Saturday afternoon.  While watching the skaters on "the  river from the high cribbing near the  grains, etc., will be gathered in ample time, and the poultrymen-arid  breeders will bring, forward the prize  winners in this branch.  H. E. Waby "has taken the initiative. It was he who led the way for  our poultrymen, and the.Winter Poultry Show is the result. If he is given  any .backing at' all Mr/ Waby will*" IN THB PROVINCIAL HOUSE  bring the present project through as  successfully. ^        - -  Mr.  Waby proposes to take entire  for particulars "as'; to-the" Winnipeg-' -  Industrial.     It, is   the .intention .to /'_  send, a car - exhibit from . Armstrong:.'':  Thev freight,   charges on a .car to''"  Winnipeg would be 5150. ��������������������������� The" W _uii:. .  peg Industrial Society" allows" the -ex-_. -  hibitor"25 per 'cent 'of-'these'"charges? ���������������������������  The   incidental "expenses of the trip-/  would reat,up'the greater part of this1- ���������������������������  25 per cent.   What should be allowed  to Mr. Waby for expenses is another "-  question.     But it is  .riot    a money-  making trip that .Mr." Waby proposes"   ���������������������������  to take. He is satisfied .to" let even'  the prize ��������������������������� money go to riiake up.the  freight charges'if they are advanced;  and would give his services gratis" tb  the Board of Trade. '''  office of the Columbia Flouring Mills  he slipped and fell to the ice below, j charge of the exhibit; gathering the  His head struck upon a pile of rocks, j prize-winning poultry and stock, and  making an    ugly_ scalp_ wouniL   He .taking charge   of the exhibit'of pro  was carrie"d~fccTDrrKeit _'s"office in a j duce, and all he asks is that he be  stupor. Mr. Bass concluded to take ; given the assistance of all who are  him to Revelstoke for hospital treat- |prepared to help, and that the  ment, and they left on the evening {freight charges, feed, etc., be paid  train. At Revelstoke the boy re- j for by the Board of Trade or by sub-  covered consciousness, and on Mon- -scription. The entire cost of the ex-  day he returned to his Enderby home  Mbit will not exceed $150.00.  with nothing    more   serious that an  ugly scalp wound.  While we are talking about the-big  things in store for us when the big  electric power company gets going in  the Okanagan, might we not ask how  much are we doing toward supporting the industries we now have in  operation?. How much flour, for instance, is shipped into the Valley  from outside mills? Are wc doing all  we might to encourage the industries  we now have���������������������������industries which are  giving us the best to be had, and at  less cost than outside mills can put  the flour in to us for. Local industries have a way of attracting other  industries, and if they can feel that  the community is doing its share in  the support and encouragement of  their efforts, they are quick to pass  the word along, with the result that  other industries are induced to enter  the community, and lend their aid in  its upbuilding. Loyalty to the industries now in operation in the Okanagan will mean other industries to  follow.  Man and wife , want situation on  farm by..1st of March. Wife, cooking-  and    housework;   man,  general farm  work.     Experienced.    Address,  Chris  Robt. Bailey,   Mrs. Shaver is in poor   Jones, Armstrong, B.C.  But-Mr. Waby does not propose to  let the Board of Trade be out of  pocket on the transaction. " He "proposes to give his time and experience  in handling an exhibit at these eastern fairs, against the freight charges  advanced, say by the Board of Trade,  ancl out of the prize-money ancl thc  per centage on sales of stock, he-will  pay back to the Board of Trade the  amount of freight charges advanced.  Certainly here is a chance for thc  Board of Trade to do something.  In this connection considerable correspondence has been carried on by  Mr. Waby with A. W. Bell, secretary  and general manager of the Winnipeg  Industrial Exhibition Association. In  a recent letter to Mr. Waby, Mr. Bell  says:  "I beg to acknowledge receipt of  yours of January 30th, also your entries received this morning, for  which kindly accept my heartiest  thanks, and I sincerely hope that  this will more than pay you for your  trouble. I shall give the birds my  own personal attention whilst here,  and hope that they: will return to  you in. good condition.  . "As to the Armstrong Agricultural  Society, I have written the secretary  to-day, and hope to be able to say  After five days' debate of the speech -  lrom the   throne���������������������������a   somewhat obsolete   formality���������������������������the   local -legislature,  has got down   to   business, and. the  regular grind of bills will soon begin,  "though-"there will hardly be the usual  number, since the opposition is too  weak to bring many forward, and  only those measures will be presented  which are aimed to be tb the public  interest. There will not be any bills  presented for political effect. An independent writer in the Sunday Mail  says: "The government forces, overpowering as in-numbers,-- display "an-  evident 'intention to transact the  public business as carefully as if opposed and hnrrasscd by an ever-  watchful and dangerous opposition.  The responsibilities of the situation  would seem to be appreciated and  accepted patriotically. The'government business is ready for parliament's attention, and is remarkable  for a character which might be sarcastically commented upon if -the  country were on the eve of an election. Assuredly, it reflects the greater credit upon both premier aud party that in such measures as the Public School Act, the Juvenile Courts  bill and several others already before the house, the betterment of con-'  ditions, educational and otherwise,  for the "common people" appears to  be the objective uppermost in the  government's mind,  Northwest Flour and Feed. I carry  only high-grade grains and flour.  Produce taken in exchange. I want  12,000 eggs before March 15th. Walter  Robinson, City Hall Grocery.  And soon,we shall realize that the  24th of. May is Enderby's Day. Z_TI2r  Mau  e Vere:  OR, THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  CHAPTER T.  "If you please, inarm. Uic man  from York Stato is comin' afoot.  Too stingy to ride, I'll warrant."  and Janet, lhc housekeeper, disappeared from iho parlor, just as the  sound of Lhe gate, was hoard, and  an unsusually fine-looking middle-  aged man was seen coming up Lhc  box-lined walk which led to Lhc  cottage door.  Thc person thus addressed was a  iady, whos_: face, though young and  handsome,  wore a look which  Lold|  of early sorrow.    Matilda   Remington had been a happy, loving wife,  but Lhe old church-yard in Vernon  contained    a   grass-grown     grave,  where     rested    Lhe    noble    heart  which had won her girlsh love. And  she was a widow now, a Fair-haired,  blue-eyed widow, and thc stranger  who  had so oxciLcd Janet's wrath  by  walking from thc depot,  a distance of  three miles,  would  claim  her as his bride ere Lhe morrow's  sun .was   midway   in   lhc   heavens.  How thc engagement happened she  could not exactly tell, but happened it had, and slie was pledged to  leave   thc    vine-wreathed    cottage  which Harry had built .or her. a.icl  go  with one    of whom    she  know  comparatively little.  Six    months    before    our    story  opens,   she had    spent a few  days  with hini at fche hous.' of a mutual  friend in  an  adpoining si ale,   and  since   that  Lime   they  had   written  to each other regularly, thc correspondence  resulting  at last in   an  engagement,   which    he    had now-  come to fiulfil.    Ho had never visited  her before in  her own  home,  consequently she was wholly unacquainted-with hi.s disposition or peculiarities.    Hc was intelligent and  refined, commanding in appearance,  and   agreeable  in,   manner,   whenever he chose Lo be, and when  ho  wrote to her of his home, which he  .said   would be a    seconc  were    she    it:-;    mistress,  spoke of the little curly-headed  who  so  much    needed  a  mother's  core, and when, move than all, he  hinted   that his    was no  beggar's  fortune,   she yielded;  for  .Matilda.  . emingion did not dislike the luxuries which money  alone can  purchase.   Her own fortune was small;,  and as there was now no hand save"  her own Lo provide, she often found  it necessary Lo economize more than  she  wished" to   do.    But Dr.  Kennedy was rich,  and if she married  liim she would escape a multitude  of annoyances, so she made herself  "Two  exorbitant  shillings,  surely, is  price.  . >.  not an  rcmblcd on  Mrs. Kcniington's lips, but she wa.s  prevented from saying so by his  asking "if everything were in readiness for the morrow."  "Ves,  everything,"   she  replied.  "The cottage is sold, and "  "Ah, indeed, sold!" said he, interrupting her. "If I mistake not  <you told mc, when I met you in  Home, that it was left by will to  you. May J, as your to-morrow's  husband, ask how much you received for it?" and hc unbent his dignity so far as io wind his arm  around her waist.  But the arm was involuntarily  withdrawn, when, with her usual  frankness. MaLLy replied: "1 received a thousand dollars, but there  were debts to be paid, so that I  had only five hundred left, and this  1 made over to my daughter to be  used for her education."  Dr. Kennedy did not say that hc  was disappointed, and as Matty was  not much of a physiognomist, she  did nut road it in his face, and she  continued: "Janet will remain here  awhile, to arrange matters, before  joining mc in my new home. She  wished mc to leave my little girl to  Nellie," suggested the little widow, and in her soft, blue eye there  shone a mischevious twinkle, as if  she fancied she had beaten him with  his own argument.  But if she   thought    to convince  that most   unreasonable man, she  was mistaken.   What he did was no  criterion for others, unless he chose  that it should    be so,  and he answered,   "That  is    sister  Kolsey's  idea,-, and as she i.s    very fond  of  Nellie,  T  do not    interfere.      But,  seriously.  Matty,   darling"���������������������������and he  dicw her to his side,  with an uncommon show of fondness���������������������������"I canned; call your daughter  Maude;   I  d:> not like  Lhc name, and it i.s a  maxim  of mine,   Lhat  if a   person  dislikes a name,  ''tis an easy matter. Lu   dislike   Lhc  one  who  bears  it."  (To be continued.)  ���������������������������*-������������������|QOOOO_M>_>__C-OQ_>__KM____  YOUNG |  FOLKS   5  flock, for several reasons. Neitner  growing chicks or the old fowls do  well in overcrowded quarters, are  more liable to contract disease and  become lousy. Besides the breeder is enabled to give belter care to  the balance of tho flock alter the BMMMM������������������������������������������������������___oe_������������������____oa_  culls are  out of the wav.        Cull F VlTHFuiA'FS^  closely disposing of all specimens Once upon a time "there was a  that show any permanent defect, I poor umbrella-mender. All dav  such as wry ails, crooked breast j long he tramped the streets and  bone, roach back, twisted buck, let people know his bu ___?__! K_  leathers on legs or toes in  Ameri-|did not cry in    just   _  loud  iK^04<)-^O><HH>>OtC-fO4-0-f.  On the Farm  FARM BUTTEII MAKING.  can, Spanish, and other clean-legged breeds, and lack of feathers on  legs and toes in ..he Asiatic breeds,  ov any serious defect in comb, wattles or earlobes. In fact, gel, rid  of all birds having any. defect that  you know cannot be outgrown. If  raising market poultry, of course,  these, defects cut no figure, but even  iti this branch of the business careful culling i.s desirable and profitable, as the flock should be weeded out and Lhe non-productive birds i  discarded.  HINTS 0^ ENSILAGE MAKING.  following  ..r_- .        -  ���������������������������-,   plain  '���������������������������voe, Umbrellas to mend!" and  et It go at that���������������������������not bo) Instead  1'0 sang in a clear cheerful voice  whaL he could do, ko thai when  peoplo heard him they did not sav,  as they wore apt to about the common umbrella -menders:  'Dear  mc  Paradise  he  whon  come with her, hit I can't do that  1^ must have ray child with inc.  You've never seen hor, have you ?  I'll call her at once," and stepping  L-1 thc cicor, she bade Janet bring  Maude into the parlor.  "Maude!" How- Dr. Kennedy  started at the mention of a- name,  which drove all thoughts of the five  hundred dollars from his mind.  There was feeling���������������������������passion���������������������������everything, now, in his cold gray eye,  but quickly recovering his composure, hc said calmly :  "Why, yes," she answered,  laughingly. "Didn't vou know it  before?"  "How should I," hc replied,  "when in your letters vou have al-  - So thc buftermakcr of to-day  must serve cleanliness if he or she  would produce a fine article. Our  modern separators, ��������������������������� churns and  other "up-to-date utensils give us fa  distinct advantage over our fore-  mothers so far as convenience goes,  but all thcso count for naught if  we neglect to enforce this most essential condition and fail to keep  all  immaculately  clean.  In hot weather cream sours quickly in spite of every endeavor, and  churning should be done with greater frequency than at other seasons.  It is quite a job to do this every  Thc    following    points    derived  from   personal  experience  may  be  interesting Lo" those    desiring information on    Lhe    matter of'feed  conservation in tho form of silage,  says thc Siivei-wood Gazette, l.ris-  bain,   Australia.    Silage-making is  a simple  matter.       .Vith sufficient  facilities  and  common   care,   there  need be  no    doubt as    to success.  'When vegetable matter of any kind  i.s placed in a heap,   fern_._t_'_o _  quickly  commences.    This  fermentation is not desirable in the vegetable, matter consigned to a cd'o^as  whilo tho fermentation goes on .he !_.!.. ?  feed value of the stuff is dct .-ior-  S, Clppennj  ating.    Thc fermentation ind'uatf-d  . -- ���������������������������    What a racket that  fellow makes! He is a, nuisance. 1  wish he'd go away !" But they ran  o their doors and windows, to s������������������p  how lhc man looked who could sing  s'> cheerfully about so common an  occupation.  Sometimes he sang about the boilers he could mend, too; and once in  a while he would end up with such  a sweet, high, musical "And wash-  tubs Lo hoop!" Lhat people smiled  m spite of themselves and all  the  troubles-they had been thmttinir  about. Nor was this all, for nearly  everybody. ran at once to look at  their old umbrellas and parasols  and boilers and   wash-tubs,  to sec  day.  yet wlie  'apparatus is not  clay,  yet whero-   thc  refrigerating  gi ri  ways called her daughter? But  has sho no other name? She  surely was not baptized Maude?"  Ere Mrs. llcrni lgton could speak,  the sound of little pattering feet  was heard _n the hall without, and  in a moment Maude .Remington  stood before her father-in-law,  crecL, looking, as that "rather fastidious gentleman thought, more like  as  believe that she    loved    I  when she heard,  as she  once  did  hear,   rumors  =v _ii!._=_acc_ !=_.(.na.'ui,=Lc)_  liim : and  more than  of a .sad,  ,v _ionwth.  grave was a welcome ml, she said imid onKimcntinfr bothJ ^ \���������������������������  the story was false, and shaking p:Xnto]ctSj her M n.bonnot ^ ���������������������������  he petty,, head, r_.us.rf to be-, jown hcr bacI amj licrhand lill  hc_c  that there was aught in rnc o������������������ pebblestones, she stood f rtive-  a wild gipsy than the child of a  civilized mother. She was a fat,  chubby creature, scarcely yet five  years old; black-eyed, black-haired,  find black-faced, Loo, with short,  thick curls, which, damp with perspiration, stood up all over h  head, giving hcr  ance. She had been playing in He  brook, her favorite companion,  a-n _-no wr-wi t-hH itt-1 c=s pat _ o r _���������������������������  of the best ifc is  wise to do so. Early morning is  the best time to churn, before"thc  sun gets high.  As soon as thc granules of butter appear a cupful of salt should  be put into thc churn. This is thc  best thing to assist in the .separation of butter from thc buttermilk  and in no way interferes with the  subsequent salting, neither with the  use of., the buttermilk for cooking  or   stock  feeding   purposes.  After  the  salt    has been  introduced the churn should bo revolved  a few times,  when the liquid will  run  off freely.    Another cupful of  ���������������������������salt in the first rinse water,  fresh  and cold from thc well, will do good  service.   Wash twice, revolving the  churn but a few times so as not to  mass the granules, then drain while  thc salfc is being measured, for measuring is better than weighing and  it is sufficiently    accurate    for all  practical  purposes.      Measure  the  cream m the churn at the beginning    .    . ���������������������������  and ascertain how many poi.nds it'ContinuoU8  yields to  the inch,  or    if   a small  what   '  by the heat of the mass cai .��������������������������� .  be  completely  stopped;  bufc endeavor  should be made to keep the mass  at as low a temperature ai possible.  As an aid to this,    thc -.n:r_e,  lucerne, or what not'shoul:! be chaffed into the silo continu msly  until  the silo is completely. fill .1     This  [material will quickly si.ik at-lea.st  J "one-third of its bulk, who _ it should  be again filled, and agai.i a shrinkage will.follow,.and be again filled  up.   Ultimately it should be weighted.    If this course be followed excellent results will be achcveJ   Un  cutting out, it will be noti -ul that  the.color of thc material wi'l vary  thc  bottom is approa -bed ' The  doctor of evil.  "To  be sure,   he was not at all  like  Horry���������������������������sho.    could  never  find  one who  was���������������������������hut he was so tall,  so dignified,   so grand,  so partieu-  -Jar,   that  iL    seemed    almost,   like  stooping for one in his position  to  think of lift', and she liked him all  the better for hi:; condo,sc.:n.sioii."  Thus    she    ever    reasoned,   and  v.'hcn Janet said Lhat he war. coming,   and  she,   Loo,   heard  his  .step  upon lhc piazza, the blight blushes  broke uvcr hcr  casting a hurricc  youthful face,  1 glance at the  and  mirror, .he hastened mil. to meet him.  "Matly, my dear!" hc said, and  his thin lips touched hor glowing  check, but iu Iiis cold gray eye.  there shone no love, ���������������������������nn feeling,���������������������������  no heart.  He wa.s too supremely selfish to  esteem another higher than himself  and though it flattered him tu know  that the young creature was so  jjiacHo meet him, it awoke no answering chord, and he merely  thought that with her to minister  to him hc should possibly be happier than hc had been with her  predecessor.  "You  must be  very   tired,  .said,  as  she led the  way in  cozy parlor.    Then, .scaling  ���������������������������thc-easy, chair    near    to tl  window,    she    continued:  y eyeing thc stranger, whose men  tu! cxclamaLion was: "Mere,  what a fright!"  "Maud.!" exclaimed thc distressed Airs. BomingLon, "where  have .v.,.. been?- CVul, once Lo-Ju-  nel. ancl have your dress changed;  then come back to mc."  Nothing loth to join Janet, whose  company was preferable lo that ^f  ihe stranger, Mamie left the room,  while Dr. Kennedy, turning lo Mrs.  Ileminglon, paid: "She is not afc  (ill like you. my dear."  "No," answered the lady; ".sh.  n like hcr father in everything;  lhc    same    (-yes,   thc     ..mo'   hmr.  and "  She was going to say more, when  lhc expression   n[    ���������������������������������������������.,..  Kennedy's  and  she   began  had  displeased  could   talk for  cmmi,   what, fraction  of a  pound  per inch    of    cream.      After once  ���������������������������n    ������������������ii  _ ,.  . i     , weighing   the   amount   of   butter  up    al   over her churned, thereafter it can be _  fclv  * singular appear-   ^ivnatcd  by  measure     The   p_lt  cup full    of salt    weighs approximately one pound,   .o_j,hat much  bothcrof weighing sair__7in7_t__T  each time is avoided   by  following  this  simple,   rule. " ������������������  .'Butte .makers arc practising  working in the churn much more  commonly now than fifteen or __���������������������������re  years ago.    By scattering one-third  uppermost portion    will    be    very  dark,   almost black,   owii^  t_   the  fermentation which has taken pia:.-,  while at the bottom it will" aim.A'.  be as green as when put in.      The  greenness is due to fche abs.nce .of  fermentation. .    which    has    i.c.._  brought about by  thc  pressure cf  tho     upper     mass,    wlv'c'i,    na..  squeezed all their air out of . i; lower  portion.    No   I'erm eni'.'ji.o l   .au  go on if air be absent.    The green  is the best silage if one may judge  by thc greater appreciation . vhm rrj  b..  the cow.    She is the !_ \si, judge  carting   "and    chaffing  may not be feasible on 5.. .i'! f.-jrinf ���������������������������  but perfectly good  silage may be  obtained by cuttin'g and carting  .n  one day  it thoy could find something whieh  needed mending; and if they found  nothing out of repair, thev even  felt rather sorry not to be able to  give the man the -pleasure of mending some article.  When he sat down to mend anything,' people, and especially little,  gathered aboufc to watch  he never drove away even  the bad boys who mocked him, bufc  went right afc work, and whistled  so merrily lhat, one day a little boy.  going on au errand, paused, and  said to him :  "Is ifc really fun to mend umbrellas?"'  - "Not fun. perhaps." answered  the umbrella-mender, "bufc it "seems  less like work if '.["pretend it is iuh,  you see; so I whistle as if ] were  having the best time in the world."  "I hate work," .said the little  boy, "and T always cry if I have io  do anything hard."  "'Does it make tho work get done  Cjuicker?" asked.the umbrella-mender. '"'     "  "Why,  no!"  said the little boy.  "Can  you  whistle?" "asked   .ine  umbrella-mender  "I  should,  say  boy, proudly.  "Try that the next time you havo  to work."  said  the umbrella-men-'  der, "and sec if that docs not help  tilings along better."  ,  "You take too much pains with  that old    umbrella,"   said a bool-  Mf's    no-  can!"  s .id the  and chaffing tho next.'  WH.V CATS RUN AFTER. MICE.   Thc_traditional  antipathy of cat  and mousc^Jfarr^lfitire _ tir.i!n_f  rc-  tho  required  amount  of sal  salt  over  o butter, then Lipping Lhc churn  face stopped her,  to wonder if she  him.    Dr.   Kennedv  hours of "(he late Mrs. Kennedy/  th  forward so it exposes a fresh surface lor half the remainder, giving  j" a backward    turn   'to expose a  third surface for Lhe final portion  then placing the cover in position  and revolving very slowly tPn 0r a  [dozen times, iho salt is proltv well  'incorporated.    .If the cover is then  removed, the brine drained and the  butter broken apart, a dozen more  revolutions  ought    to    leave  it in  prime condition for packing. Should  a Jew  mottles    appear in  the  finished product,  it    indicates Lhat a  i  o  sho  tho  i,  warm you  walk this  "It is a  What  ��������������������������� Ml  afternoon  him in  lie open  "How  '('.!���������������������������' vou ���������������������������  ire.  sultn  maxim o! mme n  vide,  when  J   can    walk,"  ������������������.a.\  J don't believe in humoring  omnibus drivers by paying  exorbitant price:-:. ���������������������������*'  ompanying his words with long-  drawn sighs, and enumerating hcr  many virtues, all of which he expected to he improved upon by hcr  successor; but he could not'bear  to hoar the name of Harry Remington spoken by one who' was to  hi hi., wife, and he at once changed  the subject r.��������������������������� Maude's looks to  her name, which he learned was  really .Matilda. She had been called  Maude, Mattie .iid, after one who  was once a. very   dear friend  both  "for  .ho...  k .cii  ���������������������������r to  he.  oi  iK't'sel  ���������������������������'Then  said he,  never   to  I and  we wil  "as it  spoil  horn   pet-names.  hcr husband.  1 call her; Matilda,"  is a maxim of mine  children   by  giving  few more revolutions of tho churn  Mould have been added to still fur-  tier aid in the even distribution of  the salt. Nine times out of ten experience has shown that mottles arc  due to this cause, Thc object (,f  working is to distribute tlie suit  evenly and extract the surplus  brine; when this has been accomplished,' it is time to stop, for further manipulation will be an injury  to thc texture; or grain of the butter.    garded as a matter of pure instinct;  but. a recent study by an acute and  expert observer demonstrates pretty clearly that pussy has no instinctive impulse io  kill  and cat mice,  nor the mouse any instinctive fear  of cats.     A  mouse may  smell   the  nose of an    inexperienced cat, or  oven perch happily on its back. So  long as-it doc..-uot- run- away,-it is  quite safe.    Tho instinct of thc kitten  is lo chase any  small,  moving  object,  such  as a  ball,  a spool,  a  tail, or a  mouse.    Pussy is not interested in Lhc mouse, but Lhc mo-  Lion.      If one    day Lhc    kitten  is  rough,   she  may    accidentally  discover there is meat inside the capture.     Cats  s)icciali/.o   their hunt  jing,    some    catching    mice,    some  'squirrels,   and  some  birds,   and  it  j seems in each case Lo depend on ac-  cidont,. of discovery.   Thus, a good  mouser is not necessarily a cat with  a strong inr.tinct for catching mice,  but one with a, strong habit, of doing so.  black,   standing nea  thing but an old, bent-up thing, and.  the cover's  only    cotton'.      Jf you '  hustled your work any old way, yon  would be ready    for thc  next job  much sooner."  "Think so?" said the-umbrclla-  rncnder0 "Well, then, if I took your  advice, I. should not want to be  caught in a hard storm with the  umbrella. Do you happen to know "  thc Qusen  of Holland?"  The odd question    surpvi_cd the  bootblack.  "Course tint,!-   he said.  i'  r-B.  if  1 ���������������������������Ml  U^sa-\v=h.ai^==pittii-r-a=.tfnett,i4_Kaid=  the litfc'e follow  "Well," said the umbrell,  ,.   -   "'|  \n  i-m_nd-  HoJlawl, and  i.  cr.,  "1 was bom  once upon a time I saw a little girl  who had Lo scour a. great ninny  metal plates. T watched" he.r work,  as you arc watching me, and noticed that, she paid attention to no  one, that she sang, and that she  took care that, eaob plate wm polished" as" bright "as ifc'couldbc mado"  to shine. I ar-ke.d hcr, in words you  would not understand, if she liked  to work, and if she would not, rather rnu and play, instead.of polishing jo long afc each plate.  "'Ah, but what if the queen  should visit us and the plates were  not bright?' she asked. 'No,' she,  went on, T like not to work, but  ] sing because singing makes the  work go fast, and if the queen  should come, she would not like to  hear rnc scolding at my task. The  plates always must be ho bright  that she can sec hor face in them.  It is not hard when one works for  his word,   hc  GUI.  GKT .1.11.  01? THE  Get    rid of your '"cull"  LS.  '.ut you    call    your  dausrhfer   vc  just as  soon as possible after they ace  ready for market. This is an im-  porlanl, ma I tor that, is sometimes  overlooked by breeders of poultry.  Especially is this important where  space is limited. "Culls" aro a  huidn.iK'o   to  the  growth   and  de-  lopment of the    balance    of the   timo for a scat  '���������������������������'CJ_J.IS.  After a man gives  should try to keep it.  Some things go    without saying,  but a woman isn't one of Ihci ...'"'  The man who marries in haste often has not leisure to repent it.  |    You arc a, philosopher of the best  typo if you don't    want what you  can't get.  Thc maiden whose face is also hcr  fortune should be careful how she  invests it.  Thc blindest man in  the man who doesn't  thing he can't fice.  If you always stand up for your  rights, you will have to wait a long  the world, is  believe anv-  the queen.'  '"Inat," .said the umbrella-mender, "is why I sing my call; if, i������������������ why  I work and pay no attention to anything  bufc my business; and it   is  why I take pains to mend as well  a.s.f can,, even'a bent-up umbrella  wi tha cc. t ton cove r.'  The poo rest  umbrella molded  as  for  a queen  will keep dry any one in a sto'nri."  The task was d .me.   The little boy  ran off on his errand, whistling all  the way';' thc bootblack polished the  backs of the next pair of boots as  carefully as he did the toes; while  un  the  street went the poor um-  bi .lUi-uiendor,   singing    Iii,.   cheerful "Umbrellas, parasols and boilers to mend!" and ending up with  | a sweet, high, musical "An ..wash-  tubs to hoop I"���������������������������Yoiitfe't 0...p._-  1)011. .<. __������������������-_-������������������*..    _.  IK  _  .- Q  \ _  ^  1 HOME. 1  ***&&a_tt*#^**  DELICIOUS CAKES.  Onc-Two-Threo Cake.���������������������������One cupful of butter, two cupfuls of sugar,  three cupfuls of flour, four eggs,  .hrec teaspoonfuls of baking pw-  dor; flavor to taste.  Devil's Food.���������������������������One cupful of  sugar, two tablespoonfuls lard, two  eggs, one-half cupful of cola coffee, one-half cupful sour nnlk,  threo tcaspoonfuls cocoa, one teaspoonful soda (in milk). Bako  (layer or loaf) frosting. Powdered sugar and milk.  Jeliy lloll.���������������������������Beat yolks of four  eggs. Add one scant cupful of sugar, one scant cupful of Hour thoroughly mixed, with one teaspoonful o'f baking powder. Add Hour  gradually while stirring. Then stir  in beaten whites and bake in large  pan.   Spread with jelly and roll  Grandmother's   Vanities  Two  walnuts broken coarsely. Cream'  the butter and sugar together, add  the cup of milk and then stir in  lightly the flour, in which tho baking powder has been sifted. Stir  in the chocolate, which has bcon  dissolved by placing in a cup and  sitting in hot water. Add the nuts  and lastly thc eggs, which should  be beaten whites and yolks separately. Ine fudge frosting should  be made as follows: One and onc-  quartcr tablespoonfuls of butter,  one-half cupful of unsweetened  powdered cocoa, a few grains of  salt, one-quarter cupful of milk,  one-half teaspoonful oE vanilla.  Melt butter, add cocoa, sugar, salt  and milk, heat to boiling point  and boif about ten minutes. Remove from fire and beat until  creamy. Add vanilla and pour over  cake to depth of one-quarter inch.  KITCHEN HELPS.  A tablespoonful of thick cream  added to cake icing will keep icing  from cracking.  To make cabbage crisp shred and  drop into a bowl of iced wafer an  hour before using.  A common    crock   makes a fine  eggs, a pinch of salt,  and enough  flour io make quite stiff.   Boat thc  baking dish for young chicken, as i.  the eggs light,' add  tho salt, -and  flour.   ..loll out thin, cut into three  inch squares and fry in not lard to  a delicate brown, and sprinkle  with powdered sugar. *, These are  delicious served with chocolate or  with a fruit salad.  Tutti Frutti Cake.���������������������������One cupful  granulated sugar, one-half cupful  butter, one-half cupful sweet milk,  two cupfuls Swansdown flour,  whites four eggs, one teaspoonful  cream tartar, one-half teaspoonful  soda, one teaspoonful vanilla. Filling: White one egg, one cupful, sugar. Add enough water to dissolve  well," boil until it threads, pour  ovor the beaten white, add candied  fruits and nuts the last thing.  Mahogany _.Cakc.���������������������������Ono-half cupful butter, one and one-half cupfuls of sugar, one-half cupful of  sweet milk, two cupfuls swansdown  flour   two eggs beaten separately, | stove&and"not soil the hands  tro teaspoonfuls of baking powder.       ljsh. wifch gtove bnish  Boil .one.hau cupful of grated cho  keeps thc meat juicy  Mayonnaise Help.���������������������������To be sure of  smooth dressing add tablespoon  cornstarch to beaten ingredients.  Beat all well and cook in'double  boiler.  To make cocoanut- that ha.s become hardened as fresh as new  place in a sieve, over boiling water  and cover tightly for about live  minutes. ���������������������������  Boiled salad dressing will not  curdle, .but will be smooth and light  if stirred frequently while cooking  in -a double boiler, with a revolving egg beater.  To beat bread sponge quickly use  a large size egg beater. It docs  the same work as a machine and is  quickly cleaned, will also save work  in: mixing cake batter.  In blacking a stove  use a paintbrush to apply the blacking.'    You  i can get in all the   creases on the  Then  .colate in one-half cupful of sweet  milk until it' thickens. Lot cool",  then stir.in cake. Bako in layers  and put together with boiled frosting _ .���������������������������������������������.'*_  -White Fruit Cake.���������������������������.bLerc is a rc-  - cipe for a whito fruit cake: One  cupfuTof butter, two cupfuls of sugar, one cupful of sweet mi'k, two  and one-half cupfuls of Hour, whites  '��������������������������� of ��������������������������� seven eggs, two cvcii tcaspoonfuls baking powder, one pound of  raisins, one pound " of figs, one  pound of blanched almonds', one-  fourth, pound of chopped citron  chopped fine, one teaspoonful of lemon extract. Put the baking powder in the flour anel mix well before adding the other ingredients.  Bake slowly for two hours.  "Gukemaking Hints.���������������������������When making loaf cake with nuts or raisins  instead of flouring them put some  of the plain batter into the bottom  of thc cake tin, then add your fruit  or nuts to the remainder and put  this on fche other batter and bake  ds usual. You will find that thc  fruit will nofc go to the bottom, and  - also you will not have flour sticking  to the raisins after the cake is  done, as is   o.fteri  the   case when  =4 hcy-arc-_lourcd.���������������������������   Jelly lloll  Hint.���������������������������When  making  ' a jelly roll pour thc dough on to  a clean,' ungreased    sheet of ma-  nila paper.    As soon as it is done  lay it upon another sheet of paper  sprinkled with powdered or    confectioner's   sugar.      Dampen    thc  manila paper and peel it off.   This  leaves the cake  nice and soft; no  hard cvust as when bnkcdjn a_pan.  Flburlcss  Cake.���������������������������Half pound  of  Jordan  almonds ground fine  (like  meal),  ono cup of granulated   su-  igar.  six  eggs  beaten  separately;  add theyolksto thc sugar and beat  till tho sugar is dissolved.   Add naif  of,thc almonds ground, beat hard,  then add the rest of tho almonds,  then add the whites of tho six eggs  beaten  stiff  and half a wincglass-  fu. of whisky and onc-quartcr teaspoonful of almond extract.    Bake  in a round tube tin slowly.   DorT'fc  grease tin.   Delicious.  Fudge Cake���������������������������One cupful of sugar, two-thirds cupful .of butter,  three eggs, one cupful of milk, two  and ono-half-cupfuls of Hour, one  heaping teaspoonful of baking'powder, one-quarter cupful of chocolate, one-half   cupful    of  ' Melted paraffin poured over the  cut-surface of a ham will keep the  outside slice fresh "and free from  mold. -The pai-affin may be melt-  e.l anel used several times.  Always test a custard with a silver spoon or knife. When boiling  custard the "knife becomes thickly  coated when-done. In a baked  custard the.knife should come out  clean. ,   .   - -        "  an Investment  If.ysu have a few hundred saved and want  your  savings to grow faster than they will by compounding interest  at 4 or 4 1-2 per cent., the selection of a medium for investment  is a serious matter.  Some of the accepted investments are these---  i_ut:ic_{>a. Debentures, paying ."% to 5 per ecu .  Corporation Bonds, paying from ���������������������������!__ to (>Va per cent.  Itaitk Shares, paying from 4 ._ to 5J2 per c. nr.  Steam and Kiecli-ic j_ai.ro..d Shaves, paying from <!}_��������������������������� lo 0.2 per cent.  Manufacturing1 and Industrial Stocks, paying from 7 per ecu., up.  \  Bonds vs. Industrial Stocks,  1 ������������������������������������������������������ m-m   __!____������������������  ������������������_"  IF YOUR BABY IS SIOK -   '  GiVE BABY'S OWN TABLETS  The little ills of babyhood and  childhood should be treated promptly, or they may prove serious." An  occasional dose " of Baby's Own  Tablets will regulate thc stomach  ancl bowels and keep your little  ones well Or they- will promptly  restore health if sickness comes .unexpectedly. Mrs. Lenora M.  Thompson, Oil Springs, Ont., says:  "1 have used Baby's Own Tab-'  lets for my little girls as occasion  required? and have found them always of- tho greatest help.' No  mother, in my opinion, should be  without the Tablets." Sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  ccnts=a4.ox^fro_,=fhe^Dr^.V-illia_is-  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Bonds hear only a stated low  rate of interest, usually from  4 to 6 per cent., do not increase  in value, and at the end of a  stated number of years return  you only the money invested.  Industrial Stocks always- yield  7 per cent, or over, with extra  dividends a. the business prospers,  increasing in value as the business  grows, and after a term of years can  be sold for more than the original  investment.  Some Record Breakers.  Industrial Stocks have always been this  biggest money earners.   Among the  big ones arc: Standard Oil,Western Union. .  Telegraph, Bell Telephone, Singer Sewing  Machine and Westinghouse Air Brake.  You are too late to reap the benefit of  investing  in   these   ** record, -;  breakers," but you  can participate **  in Toronto's Taxicabs���������������������������a new industrial which after six months' operation has proven  that  it can pay, beginning January, 1910, a dividend ofJ,  10 per cent, per annum/ or 2\  per cent, quarterly, and is constantly  ; increasing? in value.  A .Good-'Bi  uy  Taxicab Stock is a good buy at .$6.00 per share, par value  $5.00, and we advise its purchase.  Ask for our illustrated booklet on Taxicabs, and full particulars.regfavding this stock..  Uf /\%  Adelaide and Victoria Sts.  TORONTO  AS  Torn-"What killed Algy?" Joe  ���������������������������"Why, a train of thought passed  through his brain and wrecked it,  don't-chcr-know."  "The Ills of life" appear under  many guises. Many of lhc physical  one's and some of thc" mental could  be prevented or even cured by a  course of treatment with thc saline  waters of thc "St. Catharines  Well." A mild cliniaLc and pleasant environment aid in tho process.  -.1.cached via CI rand Trunk i.aihvay  System.  A booklet with full information  will he sent by addressing .(imager,  "The Welland," St. Catharines,  Ont.  Few men put off until to-morrow  thc meanness they can do to-day.  1900-^THE BKST YEAR YET!  One of the most remarkable  things about thc depression of _90S  was thc rapidity with which business ��������������������������� conditions recovered themselves. 1S07 was perhaps the best  year in the history of Canada as  far as business conditions were concerned, ancl ]B08 showed every promise of increased progress and  prosperity at the time thc Wall  Street panic upset conditions in  the country to the South of us and  brought about the  money   string-  English  iKi dneys    Wrong?-  If tli<\v are you nre in dunprcr. When  Uu'oukIi .weakness or disease the  kidney, fail to filter tlio imi.un1.ie_i  from the blood, trouble comes r.t  once, nr.cl._eha, Rheumatism, Scin-  tien, Gravel, Diabetoe. Cnll .tones,  (ind iho deadly Brijrlit's Di.sca'-o  are smue of the result? of nep.1 eetert  kidneys. Dr. Morse. Indian Kool,  Pill.- contnin _ most, e.Jl'cetivo diuretic which fitroi.frthens und .stim-  ulule.s tlio kidneys no that the.v 'do  their work thoroughly" and well.  Try  Dr.  'J n dlan  Use thc .afc, pleasant ancl effectual worm killer, Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator; nothing equal's it.    Procure a bottle and take  it home.  V1 o r s e." s  Root   R i i I .s  MAVOl. UVIIING.  Tho Father--"That young man  who used to Call on you and slay  so late is in thc navy now, 1 understand?"  The Daughter���������������������������" i'cs, papa; and  think of it! Kis boat has been disabled. The last time [ saw him ho  was being towed in."  "Well, don't let mc sec him  round hero at all hours of the night  or you will sec him toed out."  liver notice that when you arc  on  time  thc    other    is  invariably  I cl _        I  ency that v/as world-wide in its far  reaching effect.  Reports, as far as they have come  in from Canada's leading Financial Institutes, show progress unprecedented in their history. Perhaps the most marked of such reports came, from thc Traders Bank  of Canada, who have made progress during the past year that will  be -extremely gratifying -to both  their" customers and shareholders.  Thc Traders Bank is regarded as  one of thc most solid Canadian Financial Institutions, and this year  thc progress they have achieved  along tho lines of conservative  Banking methods has been great.  Their liberal and far-sighted methods in dealing with tneir customers have resulted in an enormous  increase in deposits and to accommodate their rapidly growing business they have had to increase their  number of Branches in Canada to  over one hundred. In addition,  they have recently increased their  Dividend to shareholders to 8 percent, and Traders Bank stock is in  demand at a very much enhanced  figure.  MODE!IN VERSION.  Maid of  Athens,  crc we part,  Never mind about my heart.  Give, 0, give-mc back the ring  And each pair, expensive thing  That [ sent you, and each note  Which in those days L wrote���������������������������  They "arc what thc jury says  Indicate thc damages.   .  "Big-gars is generous, whatever  his faults may be." "Generous?  Oh, yes! Hc/'d give, away thc. host  anel only friend hc over had."   Nine  men  out    of  ten -ovcr-csti'  mate their importance in thc world.  Sudden  transition^froin  a  hot to  a    cold    temperature,  exposure, to  rain.", sitting in a draught,  itnsoas-,  unable    substitution    of    light for  heavy  clothing,   arc  fruitful causes  of colds and' thc resultant cough-so.  perilous to persons of weak lungs...  Among   thc , many    medicines   for  bronchial disorders so arising, there  is. none  better than   Micklc" . Anti-  Uonsuniptivc Syrup.   Try it and be-.,  conic convinced.    Price 2.". cents.  for  DISTEMPER!  !'ink Eye. Tplzoollc,  8h!p. :i:a fever  _   Citarrhnl fever  Stirecure ami ro. tiv. preventive, no matter how horses at any��������������������������� ajre ara  infected or ". xposed." _ i.juirf. .iven on thu tontrue: acts on i1 e ������������������'<^ ������������������"������������������  Gland . expels the.poisonous ������������������_ rms trom 1 lie Ixul y. C ur.-s U i-l em per in Do������������������������������������  and Sheep and Cholera in Poultry. __ rjfe.t r-ellmir livestock reim-rtj. J-u������������������������������������  La Grippe anions, human bcinirs and is a line j. idn .��������������������������� n-mcdy. . X. ami ,1 ������������������  bottle: SO and $11 adoAii. Cut thi* out. K������������������;i-p it- Shw to jour *iii������������������W>  who will ret it for vou. Kre.; Hooklet. DU.-mper. C au^s and Ouics.  DISTRIBUTORS-ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS *      -  Si'OHN MEDICAL CO., Cbemisls Bit* Bastcrlnlogtsts. COSHCK. CM.. U.S.*.  Give the youngster a   dish    of    Kcllo.^c; _  Tikis!nl Corn Flakes whenever he wishes.   Ifc  will put his litttlc stomach in prime condition  for other foods,  ii  She-  love?"  rich."  -"Do vou    believe- in  true  He���������������������������"Yes���������������������������if hcr father is  "What is thc most aggravating  thing in married life." asked Dorothy. "Sometimes," said the bachelor friend, "it's thc husband, and  sometimes it's the wife."  "So you have decided to call in  another doctor?" "I have," was  thc reply.    "The  absurdity of the  man prescribing  position '"  linseed -tea  an_!  The 90 per cent, food value in Kcllogg's  Toasted Corn Flakes builds up thc tissues, increases the blood-power and general nutrition  gt the body, and wonderfully aids digesti^  mustard plasters for people of our |.  Kellogg's Toasled Corn Flakes is a daintily-crisp, dolicious cereal. Ivtt Kcllogg's fo������������������  breakfast and supper every clay���������������������������it's as-good  for grown up folks as it is for youngsters.  Just add milk or  ci'eam and servo,  ft.  AT ALL GROCERS."-''--YC.O, A-.'PACKAGE. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 10, 1910  r___r-__^_rr"w-������������������������������������_____  urn  ENDERBY-PRES!  Published  every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  %'i per year, by the Walker Press.  .Advertising Rates;   Transient, 50c an inch   first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Con-  !    tr.ict advertising. $1 nn inch per month.  ; Legal Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  i    each subsequent insertion.  | Reading- Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  FEBRUARY 10. 1910  PRACTICAL   POULTRY RAISING  VIOLET  '"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������BORATED  j. /__._>_"/ ���������������������������    The bulletin    recently issued by R  \V. Hotlson, Live Stock Commissioner  on the subject of poultry raising, is  filled    with   valuable   suggestions on  The   finest,   softest,   sweetest ! the nracticaf end of the industry.   It  t  is.prepared with the object of encouraging the poultry Industry throughout the province. . The average farm  ]of this province is not large, and in  ' many <sases only a part of thc land is  cleared, and perhaps a portion of  this cleared area is planted in orchard. V. .ilc. the orchard is growing,  ancl the farmer is clearing more; land  hc should have .some source of income.     Under  such   conditions  poul-  Swiss are famous. The Swiss engineers would not have gained ��������������������������� a name  for their work had they no obstacles  to overcome! Ancl look now at the  people of the flat lands of the far-  reaching Russia. They are dull, stupid, morose, heavy of heart and sullen. The inspiration, the obstruction  the battle of the mountains Is wanting in them. The dull, even, easy-  "I level   country   has   nothing in it to  ^m������������������^������������������<^������������������^������������������^������������������^������������������^������������������^������������������^������������������4>������������������^<$m������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������q������������������������������������������������������& _>������������������^������������������<s.  and BEST Toilet Powders for  Infants and Adults.  F:  IEEVES  Druffg'i.ot & Stationer  C'.ifrS:.  En-Jerby  ���������������������������draw'out the best that is in them.  i  jThey have   not   learned    to look up; i <S  ; to struggle up in the race of natural  ; obstacles.  I    Take your burden cheerfully;   Go to  ��������������������������� the task   bravely.     Ee in thc strug-  'gle not alone at tlie beginning or in  , the middle, but so train yourself that  you will be standing with bright eyes  and  upraised   head  at  the  end.      If  life is an isthmus between two eternities, nothing is clearer than that we  are carriers on the isthmus like the  native porters in thc early  clays  of  ,the American waterways!  ANTS  AND  WOMEN  J_C:i b .,-������������������.'jJ  ii.L_.o_l .J c_ /.    x.t:llb    elf.    ������������������,���������������������������_,.,./l_  _ ������������������_ ���������������������������_ .        .  Bargains  i__  Coats  at  7.0J   Short  Overcoats at  Ladies'2.50 Felt Sliopers a!.,    -  "     1.50  Misses'1.25       "       "  Children's 75c  40c & 50c "'  Ladies' 2.25 Feit'Shoes,      ������������������  "    1.25 Cayj/ei". Slippers,  "    1.00  Over in England the woman' suff-  try-raising proves very profitable. No j ragc question is fast making the poli-  branch can be carried on v/itli as in-'ticians hustle, and it isn't much  expensive an outlay as can the poul-; wonder when public speakers will at-  try department. Any farm is im- ! tempt to answer the argument put  proved by a poultry department, and   up i,y the women with such bally rot  3.90  5.25  few businesses can be operated, in as  wide a range   of   climate    and in as  varied  conditions.  ',    The hen today   may be considered  as thc following:  This argument against the woman's  suffrage movement is reported by the  Evening Standard and St. James  Gazette as coming from a lecture de-  ��������������������������� 90  raw materials on    land into a high- :nvered by Mr. Hill to a juvenile au  .5     _.._-_.i     _.._i.       _,..       -r..     j_i._      i.      !  1.40 the most profitable-condenser of the  ��������������������������� 90  raw materials on    land into a high-  75  'Jq  priced product���������������������������the egg.   In the orch- j dience at the London  Institute.   He  [25J aril many    insect    pests will be des- ! explained that the male ant had  no  1.75'troyed, and by-products of the orch-j memory,  ancl without the assistance  ���������������������������^:ard,    which    would    otherwise go to ! 0f the female it would  be unable to  "    4.50 Patent Leather Shoes  3!������������������0 i waste������������������  wil]  be converted into profit. ] find its way back to the nest.   That     j Poultry will also economise a great j_it seemed    to   him���������������������������is what would  Fresh Groceries always on hand. J deal of waste in the dairyman's yard. ; happen to    men . if women got their  __.,_   __ ^ ~ jThis policy  of economising,  together |Way in the world, as they were try-  W" 1196161'     &     HiVclllS ! With-the income    from thc cggs P1"0-; ing-. to do.   By-and-by, when'they had   L-1__T._ I ;duced, should be highly profitable.      |a]l thc power,    a man, according to  _,_,���������������������������,. nn        _.      njf       !       _. i  The climate of British  Columbia is  the law of compensation, would have  t      . ... _  VNC i i'j������������������* t������������������_,*C _���������������������������.* __. \i____������������������ 1_-*___r  ��������������������������� Wfr._^__^_7  Exquisite  Patterns;  Designs  l������������������ra___g^'^>^ _>  . :_,-_.H-������������������i^__\ _. _s_?>   ..  prmg  White Goods  Ginghams, Cottons, Etc., just in *  Come in and Inspect them while the selections are complete  P\ jft        1       p  _.A__T���������������������������__2 ������������������'.ideal for Poultry raising.   It is mild,   lost it, and his m-emory would grad-  THOS. E. .WOODS, Proprietor        ; \vith n������������������ sudden changes of tempera-  uany g0.   There would come a time  iture,  which tend    to cause roup and ' wiiCn. jf vromen wished to-get rid of  :colds amongst    the'   fowl.   The days  their    husbands,    they   would    take  -T     . '     ���������������������������   1    n    ' 1    I   1        are tlly' hris"ht   arul    sunny during a; them out for a walk and lose them.  H���������������������������!"?, r7_?napi-ihm __UT ' on"Breat Part ������������������f tllG yoar-   In wlnter' aG ! (A la^'s ���������������������������ice: "*������������������ te������������������-"> Mr- Hil1  S . "'j    _ '    .   , .  "^vli. ,_.   a rule'   thc   temperature is not low, I went on    to    observe   that ants xm-  licit a share 01 your tvusmes. and  guarantee good service.  Orders hy Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  : rarely,, falling to 10 degrees below ;<ioufotedly came next to us in point  j zero at upper country points, and 10 ' 01- intelligence, and far surpassed the  i above,  or 20 degrees of frost on the  higher apes   and   any other form of  icoast-    . j animal life.  I    Market conditions in this province i '   I arc good, ancl poultry produce finds a j        M.  J. HENRY SELLS OUT  . more ready sale on our home market I  _*_)     a .  ,���������������������������,    3. _.  _? ������������������._.:. '0,...  _" *.,  ff . *  _-._._.  ; than elsewhere in Canada.  * In  ?he  ^���������������������������_ : 1904-5 the average market price paid  Henry's    nursery,    on     Wesl  J I per dozen for eggs was 30  cents.  In  road-  Vancouver,    partly   ins  property    occupied   by M.   J.  Westminster  side and  ^  ,1903_6 th0 aver������������������lg0 price was 3,Ic-   In  partly outside   the    city limits,  has  Rubber-tired Single and Double 190C-7 the average price was 37c In been disposed of for $90,000. It was  rigs; Stylish drivers; new har- 1907-3 the average price was 40. The ! Purchased by the .Monarch Trust Co.  11PSS- evP'-vthinP- ll ,-tO-date and : province uses not only all hcr avail- The cleal is for thc land ooly and Mr'  t. .11 Vpr-t * W|,on -on wish a vio-'a'Jlc supply of poultry and poultry Heni7 wiU continue thc nursery busi-  A^l-i.e,,.      m^rijOJ \������������������l&na_]g _ ness, until May at the old stand, and  to be an-  rlenry is the  ie province.  ! there   was    imported ' about   $75,000 ! For >'cai's'  with the valuable assist-  ^wort-lT-of���������������������������poiritry���������������������������prociucc-from-thc^1156^1-^^--1^^^^--nm's������������������a--atld   -Anoy  s ��������������������������� _*,_  _ r_ i-h  1 i. 'ij- ___i_ vr/- r ������������������-%.?-  End  er dv  United-   States.     Instead   of sending  ; coddled  the business    that in recent  We believe we can give absolute., satisfaction,  for we know  the high quality of our goods and can guarantee them.  Try us a month and let us convince you.  1   Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  I Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  11 you want to  Buy, Sell or  Trade  A Good Line  1���������������������������  _rn_*4_j__i" _s____r  .OR    ������������������VE RYBODY  Fop Sale Evepywh_pe  _ff_c.Ti������������������f*>s������������������������������������Bi]wj^au_tt_wr-_Pc_^Xf.     . twmtsjm_  ������������������������������������������������������l  out of the province over ?2,000,000 y������������������ars has assumed such tremendous  every year, we should be exporting "proportions. A few months ago Mrs.  the produce and importing thc cash. ;Henry died-    aml    the disposition of   ll i the property at this time is no doubt  EL..DENS WELL UORNE |owinS  largely to    her  demise.     Few    men have done as much for the gar-  nurrtens well borne do but mnke!flens aml orchards of B. C. as has  men strung, thc Sunday Mail of Van-iWl'- Honr>'- The ^,nl[^r of his>rccs,  couver tolls us. Do not hope to live'plants an(1 sccds Iuis ^ways been  long and ;:row stronr; by bearing ���������������������������0 recognized, and above this, his char-  l>unlo!.-s. See the fruit trees whose ���������������������������tcrlstic personal touch in all busi-  brandies have lately heen relieved of iness transactions has won for him a  great weights. They'are still green :1,ost ������������������r friends and admirers through-  and fresh louhirip. No sere leaves 0,lk tlic province. ���������������������������. The clearing out  break the uniformity of-the green, Sllle ho is now a'lvertlsing should en-  and save fur the Hiirrniindings' one n,)lc many readers of this paper to  inn.it think from the green of the procure their season's fruit and orn-  apple orchard that, summer was still ainent!l1 trecs- Pltmta and seeds, at  here.     But   how   .ii.ercnt it is with   priccs hcforc "hcanl of.  _T"PSRM : =_^^=  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A    BUSINESS   LOT  or A   BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,  . Vernon,    Victoria,     Vancouver,  Winnipeg,   or elsewhere.     Write  to mc.     My new list is ready.  ^Lrf OVER 66 YEARS'  jr EXPERIENCE  W.;&2M������������������j&_J  **M _*  Trade Marks  rs^ Designs  ��������������������������� Copyrights Ac.  DATES OF FAIRS  . tlic.trees that have borne no burdens  of fruit.   Their loaves have long since  fallen and the branches are now hare! j Delegates from all parts of the pro-  , The burdens that men carry do-not-. villce met at victoria some days ago  ikill them, but it is thc burdens that j nn(1 discussed ciatcs f0r the fall fairs.  j they fail to carry that make them The foliowing dates were decided up-  ; prematurely old, weaken their mus-|otl for this, the Third Circuit:  ��������������������������� cles   and    take   thc    rebound out of  Chas. W. Little  Eit.en.ell Orchard Mara, E. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������ANOR  L.  MATTHEWS.  ^ F.T...TURNER-  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  All kiitda of Tin and Zinc Articles Ropnred  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  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  Go R. Sharpe,  :     Enderby, B.C...  LAND -REGISTRY ACT  Anyone eendliii. a. Akotr . nnd description may  quickly ascertain our opinion froo whether an  Invention la probably .mlontiiblo. Coiiiniuiilnii-  t_ii3fltrictlyconthiontl!i!. iiAl.OBOOK on I'atonta  sent. free. Oliiem nuoncy for KocuniiK uutcnts.  I'nicnts talten tlirou. 1 JUuin &, Co. recolvo  special notice, wltlioul chnrifo, lutho  Scientific Jffmerlcmi.  A liandsomely lllnstrntpil . eekly. Lfirf,__ circulation of any Rcieniiilu juurnul. Terms for  Canada, sa.75 a. year, pobtayo piopald. Sold by  all newsdealers.  Mmm52CQ.361Bfon^ew_or_  ��������������������������� _���������������������������  Branch Ofilco, C_ P St., Washington, D. O.  Ithem! Strife makes strength, and  j strife is the flood-tide of energy; in-  idolenee is thc ebbiny of strength.  Look cat tne Swiss. They do not  lose courage because of the mountains that rear up around them. Instead, their songs are beautiful, their  hearts are light, their minds are  alert. The Swiss watches, the Swiss  songs and the civil engineering of thc  Kaslo���������������������������September 9-10.  Armstrong���������������������������September 13-14.  Vernon���������������������������September 15-17.  Kelowna���������������������������September 20-21.  Salmon Arm���������������������������September 23-_4.  Every time you say a good word  for your town, you say one for yourself. Nothing pays so well as loyalty to the institutions that go to  make the town.  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.  \V. H.  EDMONDS,  District Registrar  Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.  C��������������������������� the 12th day of January, 1910.  Horsemen's  Supplies  You furnish the horse flesh and I  will do thc rest. In addition to my  buggies, cutters and sleighs, my  blacksmith shop ancl wagon works, I  have placed in stock a complete outfit of single and double harness, lap  robes, blankets, brushes, curry combs  and horsemen's supplies. Everything  new, and the best. Call and inspect.  I believe I can save money for you.  Wm.'H. Hutchison  ENDERBY .  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am,, now  prepared .to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock, _'
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I thank Thee lhat I love the things of earth: T
Kipe fruits and laughter, lying down to sleep, ?
The whine of lighted towns, the graver worth *
Of boating: human hearts that lau_h <_ weep. T
���������Juliet Wilbur Tompkins. J
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All animal life is sensitive to environment, and of all living things,
Luther Burbank says, the child is the
most sensitive. Surroundings act
upon it as the outside world acts
upon the plate of a camera, he tells
us in his "Training of the Human
Plant." Every possible influence will
leave its impress upon the child, and
the traits which it inherited will be
overcome to ' a certain extent, in
many cases being even more apparent
than heredity. The child is like a cut
diamond, its many -facets receiving j"
sharp, clear impressions, not possible
to a pebble, with, this difference, that
the .change wrought in the child.from
the influences without becomes constitutional and ingrained. A" child
absorbs environment. It is the most
susceptible thing in the world to influence, and if that force be applied-
rightly and constantly when the
child is in its most receptive condition,^ the effect, will be pronounced,
immediate and permanent.
Where shall we begin? Just where
we begin with the plant, at the very
beginning.   It has been said that the
tence about the time I was 20, but
this, no. doubt, with the study of
medicine, new thought, and such
matters may have lengthened out my
life in the end,, for I had to.learn
one thing���������that is, TO TAKE CARE
OF MYSELF, and I have never failed
to take as good care of myself as
possible from that time to this. My
health and ability to work has increased steadily for the last 40 years
so that now I am able to turn off
more work in. a month than I could
ever turn off at 25 in a year,, and
work less hours* for during my life I
have put in all the hours in serious
work that strength would allow, and
������l_lg \j uir rices
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Having disposed of our nursery grounds to be cleaned up by May,
I am prepared to offer special prices on all cash bargains.
Splendid assortment of ornamental trees, acclimated stock, having
been growing on our grounds for years, from 10c up.
One of the best selection of roses in B. O., in all leading varieties,
suitable for this section, in good 2-year blooming sizes, 25c each, $20
per 100, $150 per 1000; smaller ones half price.
50,000 fruit trees in leading varieties.   Let me price your list.
10,000 shade trees, in all sizes and prices.
from   $3.00 per
Greenhouses full of plants in all sizes and
100 pots up.   <���������
M. J. HENRY   ..
3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver
sometimes have gone greatly beyond
this. * * * * As to society,of>.any
kind, I gave that up long ago. I.go
out to a lecture or to an entertainment perhaps four or five times'" per
annum, go to --church about once in
two years, and rarely take a vacation, and to pay for this I have to
take an extra , pull -about a month,
for every day -that I am gone, to
catch up. I am not financially, obliged to do anything, as my tastes
are extremely simple, and can, make"
ten thousand dollars per month lee
way to   reform    a man is  to begin  turing, if I were willing to leave my
with his grandfather, but begin with
his. grandfather when he is a child. 1
find the" following   quoted   from tlie
great kindergartner Frobel:
"The task of education is to assist
natural development toward its des:
tinedend."   '
'"As the beginning gives'a,.bias to
the whole after development,  so the
early beginnings of education are- of,
most importance.." . |
While recognizing th good that^ha's
been accomplished in.the early kindergarten training of children, I
must enter a /most. earnest protest
against beginning education, as we
commonly use - the word, at the Kindergarten. No boy or. girl should see
the inside of a schoolhouse until at
least ten years old. I am speaking
now of the boy or girl who can be
reared in the only place that is truly
fitted to bring up a boy or a plant���������
the country, the nearer to nature the
better. In the case of children born
in the city and compelled to live
there, the temptations are so great,
the. life so artificial, the atmosphere"
so like that of the hothouse, that
the child must be placed in school
earlier as a matter af safeguarding.
ever expect a boy to graduate from
present work, which I think not best
to. leave- at present', as it is just culminating in trees, fruits^ plants and
flowers which will T.'o of tremendous
and far-reaching value,to the human
race. * * * Would like to make it
clear that the Carnegie people do not
GIVE me $10,000 a year as a gift, by
any means." The avowed object of the
trustees w.as to "capture, Burbank
for the benefit ' of - science," as my
work had not been, described in its
scientific -aspects heretofore, and I
dictate daily through a large portion
of the year���������the first volumes will
probably be published within a year
or so by the Institute. The pay-
merits made me are to allow me-to
have time to leave my ordinary
work and to pay the help which is
necessary to carry on further, scientific ''experiments for the - benefit of
the Carnegie. Institute.'' .
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Fred H. Barnes
Plans and estimates
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.
college or university if his education
does not begin until he is ten years
of. age?   He will be far too old.
First I answer that the curse of
modern child-life in America is over-
education. For the first ten years of
this, the most sensitive and-delicate,
the most pliable in the .world, I
would prepare it. The properly prepared child will make such progress
that the difference in time of graduation is not likely to be noticeable;
but, even if it should be a year or
two later, what real difference would
it make? _ Do we expect a normal
plant to begin bearing fruit a few
weeks after it is born? It must have
time, ample time, to be prepared for
the work-before it. Above all else,
the child must be a healthy animal.
I do not work with diseased plants.
They do not cure themselves of disease. They only spread disease
among their fellows and die before
their time.
I propose to tell you thc secret of
life as* I. have seen the. game played
and as I have tried 'to play it myself.   You' remember   in   one of the
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Undivided Pro. ts,  $699,989.88    .
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"Enderby, is a charming villiage with city airs.. __
When Paddy Murphy shook'the snow .of Sandon .;--;/.
,   off his feet he came. here,  ahd/now. owns one .of / v .- [
finest brick hotels in.the-.countiy. ., Although :V_;-"';_'
Paddy is,an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his \\-\.''
hotel the King Edward.    In addition to theex-j :  "'.
cellence of the'meals, breakfast is served up to 10:; v   ._..
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jungle   stories    that    when    Mowgli ; directly   responsible
.wished_to_be.avcngecLon_the_yillagers I vanccs_ in__mgdlcine_
the help
middle-aged confidence, to the aged
repose. True balm of hurt minds, in
its presence the heart "of the sorrowful is lightened   and consoled.   It is
for all the ad-
during the past
A few facts about the home life of
Luther Burbank would no doubt be
of interest to.many. In the Nautilus
magazine for February Mr. Burbank
throws a side-light upon his life \" As
to my health," he says, "I am'glad
to tell you about it, as you desire.
I was a frail, nervous child, and had
a sunstroke and various other matters which nearly wound up my exis-
he could only get the help of Hathi
and his sons by sending them the
master word. This I propose to give
you in the hope, yes, in the full assurance, that some- of you at least
will lay hold upon it to your print.
Though a little one, the master-
word looms large in meaning. It is
the open sesnm to every portal,
greatest equalizer in the world, the
true philosopher's stone which transmutes all thc base metal of humanity
into gold. The stupid man among
you it will make bright, the bright
man brilliant, the brilliant steady.
With thc magic word in your heart
all thiugs are possible, and without
it all study is vanity and vexation.
The miracles of life are with it; the
blind see by touch, thc deaf hear with
eyes, thc dumb speak with fingers.
To the youth it brings hope, to thc
25 centuries. . . ���������. Not only has' it
been the touchstone of progress, but
it is the measure of success in every
life. Not a man before you but'is
beholden to it for his position here,
while he who addresses you has the
honor directly in consequence of having had it engraven on his heart
he was as you are ,to-day. .And thc
master-word is "WORK." ' "  ���������
NOTICE is hereby given that an
application will be made under Part
V. of, the "Water, Act, 1909," to ob-'
tain a license   in_ the Osoyoos Divi-
Strayed���������One roan cow; notch out
of top and under right ear; brand
H on right ribs.
Hullcar P. P., Jan. 18, 1910.
Boost every day in the year for the
town you live in and the institutions
which go to make it, and you will
soon have every man boosting for
you. It's reciprocal. Knock and the
reverse is true.
and Flower
New crop now arriving from; our growers in England, France,
Holland, Canada ancl the United States. All tested as to vitality
and purity on arrival. The BEST is good enough for our customers.   Catalogue free.
Business will be continued at our old stand until May. After
that in new location, which will be announced later.
Ml   I4FMDV   3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver
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sion of~Yale~District.    .       '   -
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant: Rufus A.
Chamberlin; Deep Creek .P. O., farmer
(b) The name of the stream or
source:   Deep Creek,  or tributary.
(c) The point of diversion: About
J- mile N.W. of my house in Deep
Creek.   .. r. . -
- (dj���������The -quantity -of --water -applied -
for (in cubic feet per second): Three
cubic feet.
(f) The premises on whicli the -water is to be used: Dwelling on N. J,
S. E. i, Sec. 7, Tp. 19, R. 9.
(g) The purpose for whicli the water is to be .used:   Irrigation.
(h) If for irrigation describe the
land intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage:   About 40 acres.
(10 This notice was posted on the
10th day of January, .1910, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 10th day of February, 1910.
(1)- Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to
be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet: R.
Deep Creek, B. C.
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Estimates FumUhed and Work Guaranteed HUMAN SIDE OF THE CZAR  BV ONI) WHO HAS OFTEN }1 FT  HIS MAJESTY.  The fii.'.peror of Russia  Hears His  Awful iiuviion v.'ilh Cheerful  Sort .lily.  Thc first, impression of th. ...ripe ror ol* Russia is of (ho gentleness  and simplicity ut* his chut .icier. He  is very kind ancl very slight, and  his eyes, fact*, and voice express a  disposition lhat is unusually winning, fn his delicate appearance  nnd Iho quiet dignity of his bearing, however, there is no suggestion oE any I nek of physical ur moral strength. Perhaps there could  hardly be a question of physical  bravery in any Royal case, since  personal fearlessness is a part of  Royal training, if not inherent in  Royal blood. But no one could  sec the Emperor of Russia without  realizing Lhe spiritual force in his  gaze anddeieeling a note- of moral  courage in his voice. To all who  conic hoar hiin hc appears fully  aware of the. weight of his destiny,  and to be bearing the awful burden with cheerful serenity, always  looking al his great clanger, and  without  ling and smoking among Russian  ladies. Keeping the high ideals of  her noble mother ever before her,  the Empress strives to give a high  moral tone to a brilliant Court,  which, under the Czar Alexander  IE. (her husband's grandfather),  was the most luxurious and extravagant in Europe. Among other  social reforms, the Empress has  made great efforts to establish hospitals on Western lines, with adequate and efficient, medical attendants,  in  the chief towns u[  Russia.  COLE AND FARMING.  Thc CV.ar is quite up-to-dal.e in  his liking for poll', though he, does  not devote much tune fo trie ''royal and ancient game."    lit the park  MONUMENT TO A BUTCHER  MONEI' TIKI'S ii UA1SK1) FOR ME-  310 RIAL TO  31A RAT.  Charlotte   Corrlay'.s    Assassination  of .Jon. icr Looked, hi aa  ���������������������������I'.isli liable.  French  i  oi   the  Winter    Pal  links, and Nicholas I'  to be seen  immensely,  the   Russias"  there  The  '  has  ace there is a  is sometimes  enjoying himself  'Autocrat of All  alwavs taken an  THE 7M.El.rAL HOME LIFE.  In    meeting   wi Ih    strangers thc  Czar is.  wherever    and    whenever  possible, kindly and solicitous ancl  entirely   free,  from  affectation    in  the consciousness    of his   position.  In this the Czarina resembles hint,  and also  in  a    preference  for  the  English  language.       Tndeed,   English  is spoken    exclusively   by   the  Imperial   Family "in   its  home   circle.    This  would    not be  singular  whore the Empress herself was concerned,   since she  is  virtually    an  Englishwoman, and has spent years  n England ; but thc Grand Duchess  Heleue. lhe daughter of lhe Grand  Duke   Vladimir,  and  since  become  thc   Princess  Nicholas of    Greece,  has frequently said lhat she could  not  remember  ever  speaking  anything  but  English   to    hcr father.  This exclsive use of English in their  private   life   may    account  for  the  fact  that  among  themselves   Ihey  always say  '���������������������������'Emperor"  and   "Empress"    instead    of    "Czar"    aud  "Czarina."   At all events, no member of the. Roy .1   Family   uses the  Russian titles.  A  MUSICAL PAIR.  Music is Die. Czar's favorite recreation, and he is himself a composer of no mean merit. Hc plays  the violin well, ancl is very fond of  an instrument called the balalaika, which is a kind of guitar with  only three strings, l.c often sings  to this instrument, for he possesses a tenor voice of excellent quality. _ He is more than a little proud  of his vocal powers, and once, after  entertaining his domestic circle with  _omc folk-songs, he laughingly exclaimed : "Well, my children', my  enemies say many harsh things of  mc. and accuse me of being desti-  mtcrcsfc in agricultural matters,  and another hobby of his is fann-  ir.g. Some photographs were taken  some time ago showing ar; engineer  giving the Czar instructions in thc  use of a newly-invented plough. In  one of these pictures Nicholas IT.  was himself guiding the plough as  it turned up  thc furrows.  THE CZAR'S  HOBBIES.  The Czar is by no means what  can be called deeply read, but he  takes great delight in literature  of the lighter kind, and he is credited with thc remark, "Were I  not���������������������������well, what I am���������������������������t should be  thc greatest bookworm in the  world." One of his most curious  hobbies���������������������������and yet perhaps not curious when one considers his extremely nervous temperament���������������������������is the  study of occultism, while among  others may be mentioned yachting,  philately, and' collecting birds'  eggs. Many of tho latter were collected by himself in his younger  days, and at oue time he was a  most daring and" expert climber of  trees. Nicholas II. is also fond of  cards, and frequently plays a game  in the evenings. His Majesty is a  n-reat smoker, and continually seeks  from    his    troubles in the  Marat, the butcher of the  : ."evolution ; Marat, who caused nv  jCjrs of blood, much of it innocent, lo  | run in the streets of Paris, in that  I lime of horror, is lo have a statue.  Money is now being raised for it  in Paris by students of history who  contend that Marat has not been  justly dealt with in __c verdict that  posterity pronounced on him.  So artists have been asked to submit designs, and iu satire somo of  thc magazines of the French capita! have suggested that the arch  murderer of the Reign of Terror  should bo shown in the garb of a  butcher, with knife upraised over  some shrinking  helpless victim.  Thc knife thrust by which Char-  loll!. Corday cast from the world  the.frightful creature of blood lust,  whose red hand gave animated  spirit to some of the most flagrant  atrocities of his days has ever been  regarded in history as one o.f thc  justified assassinations.  Charlotte has been made almost  as a saint in many quarters, and  had thc project been for a statue  i'or her, it might have been readily  understood. Lacking Lhe passionate eloquence and fanatical im-  prossiveness of Dan ton, or the ex-  enthusiasm as she listened to lhe  fiery eloquence of these men who  denounced Marat. Danton and  Robespierre escaped much of the  censure due for their share in the  frightful work of cruelty and  death. It was upon Marat that thc  Girondists poured their eloquence,  for it v/as he who had pursued and  ordered the death of their leaders  iu Paris. In thc depths of hcr  heart a purpose was formed Lo save  hor people from this monster and  at any cost to  herself.  Into Charlotte's life a tender and  respectful love had come to add its  influence in thcso days of strange  tumult and ealm purpose. bhs  and a young man named Franquc-  lin had been writing to each other,  and she had given to hint her portrait, and told him that he might  at least love that. When this lover  marched away' to Paris with the  Girondists ancl the neighboring vol-  METHODS OF ASSASSINS  REVOLVER   HAS  PLACE OL1  TAKES  BOMB.  THE  3:any  I'rmu.iicnl   Men Have  Uo.ri  Shot in Late. Y ears���������������������������R urn b Not  H Success.  No li  ..vor  11.  the  '"ho  D  repose  soothing    weed.  breakfast he lights  continues smoking whenever lie has  a  moment  to  spare.���������������������������London  Dils.  Directly    after  a    cigar,   and  "_it-  i>: a  Till*'ROMANS  U .El).  For Writing P  enuaucni Rf .-on... ���������������������������  Stylus and  Vt'ooii...j Tabic...'  The ancient Romans commonly  wrole with a metal point (stylus)  0-1 wooden tablets covered with wax  (tabulae), but permanent records  were written on parchment with a  reed pen and liquid pigment, or ink.  AI Hal ten. in Westphalia, near  thc site of the Aluso fortress erected by Drusur. in the year 11 B. C-.,  was recently found a  containing   a    dried  ol many capacities, but I defy  tut.  them to  say that I cannot sing as  well   as the   best of lhem!"   Tha-Czarimt-.is_ also .vet���������������������������__.mu..i_  cal. and j;  said of he  other  a pi mi'  fame.  in  celebrated violinist once  r that if she were in an-  -Miherc   of  life,   and   became  ������������������������������������������������������ssioiial, she would win great  The   Empress,   however,   is  Le  unusually artisiic.  and even  silling  for   her  picture   betrays  i. "onzc vessel  ���������������������������s ... .. u _ black mass,  which Prof. Kassncr has decided lo  be Roman ink. Thc mass was found  to consist chiefly of soot and" lan-  nate of iron. It also contained  smaller quantities of ferric oxide,  copper oxide, clay, magnesia, gypsum, phosphoric acid, carbonic acid,  alkalies and sand. These ingredients probably represent chiefly accidental      impurities    which    have  treinc diplomacy of Robespierre,  Marat was without redeeming feature, and during thc carnival of  blood was detested even by his associates.  He was short ancl excessively ugly of appearance, and the consuming disease of the skin that was the  curse of his late years gave an additionally revolting effect.  The revolution afforded fo him  just the opportunity lie needed, for  never -under other conditions could  ho have taken a place of such'commanding power. But Marat, absolutely without scruple, a monster  with a mad desire to see blood,' was  Lhe ideal man to serve the purposes  of the mob, and, "of thc scheming  men who led it, and he soon became  almost absolute. There was no  curb to  thc  things that he da red.-  CHARLOTTE CORDAY'S LIFE.  Charlotte Co relay, destined to be  ths agent of vengeance in' removing him from the world, was born  in St. Satumin, France, July 21,  17G_, and when sho was beheaded  in Paris, July 17, 1793, was 25 years  of_agc.  Her childhood aud carlv life were  un leers she bade him a calm farewell, for she knew she was going  Id save him.  After here execution 1<"ranquelin  went home to his native village in  Normandy, fn the. tender care of  hi? mother, he gradually failed, for  his heart was broken the clay his  love perished. When he came to  tiic-j he requested that Charlotte's  portrait and letters be buried with  him, and his grave holds lhem sacredly.  Charlotte began to prepare for  hcr journey to Paris and Lhc tragedy she had planned. Every effort was made to hide the appearance of a concealed purpose.   "When  at  P  iins  she  at   once  slie  arrive!  set about her plans Lo find Marat.  As a preparation she went to one  of  "  filled with privation,  v/as of noble family,  was  educated  in    the  though she  Charlotte  convent at  went  same  to  old  ive with  town  of  found -thei r���������������������������wav. Jnto..the  _i-'  -Oi u-  _in_-_  a depth of ai _i:_ie feeling which invariably ca-;iti'. at.es her painter.  Once when asked if Lhe sLraiii of a  I'.'m-I :eular pos" v.ei-e n .1. tiring, she  implied, "Anything worth doing at  I  i.s worth  TIIK, I Mi'  1 ue  hinpn:  r, and  t'C-'.tio;  slur  V.TI'i  s,   wi  RV.  !.  moth'  the f!  and llti  vitch, who  lish nurse;  doing  well.  ���������������������������RIAL NCR.  is i* a car. fn  personally supervises  of her four little gills  ,   romping  iriMi'^hi up  ,i.  ami  .���������������������������v(_|.'l'-'  C/.aieviu'h  born  at Pet  l!')l.!.  is.   ih;  1 V.ure-  >y Eng-  l  ahuu'ir.iice of  open-air  life. The  '.vis    Xicholuievileh,  ���������������������������liof or, the   .Ofh .July!  )���������������������������'. L    of  the   Imperial  stand, but seine of lhem may be d  clue  ink  Caen, and then  an aunt in ,the  Normandy.  .Descriptions of Charlotte, and  fairly authenticated pictures that  survive, show her Lo have been tall  and graceful, with a manner especi-  notable  for its dignity.  i decn s  greater  ii_g_ai_d  part  _J._i___  truths  pou so.  that  She  Indent, and spent the  of hcr Voung life read-  -c.i .11.emulation--of-tho.  she had    come to  es-  f the shops-of the Palais .Royal  land bought a dagger-shaped knuc.  This she hid in thc folds of hcr  dress. Her plan had been to kill  Marat in the very convention where  she thought the . deed would be  avenged by killing her on thc spot.  But Marat no longer went to the  convention. He wa.s ill-with a disease that was slowly killing him  He. was only comfortable when in  the warm water of his bath. He  lived on the first floor of a house  in the Rue des Cordeliers, and connected with his home were all the*'  affairs of his journalistic work, and  from here all his pamphlets and  journals were sent out   KILLED LN BATH TUB.  After writing two letters asking  for an interview in whieh she would  give him some important news  about suspected persons, she got  no reply. Then she took hcr way  to the- house, insisted that she must  .see him, and when forbidden entrance by Marat's wife she still  urged thc importance of her errand. Marat heard the. sound of  their voices and shouted out for  a reason of the noise that bothered  him. When told it was the woman  who ha'd twice written him he bade  her come in. The wife, against hcr  will, let her pass.  Marat was in his bath, wrapped  in an ink stained sheet, and was  writing on a board laid across tho  bath. Asking her errand, he Look  down all the details she gave hiin.  When  he  had  thc    name  of  each  Ao longer is thc bomb thc  itc method of dealing death  ease of political criminals. .  assa.in. prefers some weapon containing ;i reservoir of cartridges,  such as the revolver or lhc Mauser  automatic pistol. Next to this  weapon the stiletto is preferred.  Thc cowardly allempt lo assassin-  ale Sir Andrew rraser was by  means of shooting, Lhe life of the  Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal being saved by the bravery of an Indian prince. Sir Andrew had issued a. warning rogardin_-; "the  giowth of sedition in'India. Afterwards quite a number of political  assassinations took place by mean.,  of thc pistol.,  _At the beginning of last year tho  King and Crown Prince of Portugal were killed in a similar manner, thc detestable crime which then  shocked civilization being committed by means of pistol shots, president McKinley, 'the Empress of  Austria, the King of Italy, and the  King ancl Queen of Servia were not  killed by bombs.  BOMBS  MAY   MISCARRY.  Political criminal,-, have learned  that Ihc-bomb is not nearly so reliable as the gun, and assassination  by bomb, in a majority of cases, has  entirely failed. King Alfonso o������������������  Spain has had two bombs thrown  at him, and ' in a similar way the  deposed Sultan of Turkey escaped  without the slightest injury. Even  the very best infernal machines may  miscarry; hence such death-dealing articles arc out of favor with  assassins'.  Jt was by pistol that thc attempt  was made to kill our own King on"  by  the Belgian  All  ot  perfumed  ink  was common.  .Lf YE STOCK. NOTES.  .!  nou:-."iioic( aiul the joy ol in. parents' Imai-I... This bonnie, boy, dc-  ...incd ruler of a mighly Empire, is  already Hrtman of the Cossack?;,  Knight of St. And rev. Colonel of  thc: famous corps of Guard., a.'ici  many other regiments. At present  his responsibilities weigh lightly on  him, but, ail hough not ���������������������������.subjected to  the iron discipline meted out to his  grcal-gi-cat-granuv.i'iiev, Nicholas  J , lie is expected'to rise with his  comrades, Vol,.-on?si:i and Patcul,  .i;;:  o'clock,  and  fo   the chemical  action  of  tho  on the bronze vessel. j    The  outbreak  of  Lhe French  re-  Thc presence of an aromatic ruih- J volution, the uprising of the people  stance suggests that the ink was] against a rotting dynasty, found  imported from Italy, where tho use  hcr on the side of those who sought  'to overthrow thc existing order,  but she was not a revolutionist of  the bloodthirsty type. Instead, she  belonged .to what is known as the  Girondist branch.  To Caen, this band had come  when it was forced to fly from Paris  arid by association with some of its  most eminent leaders, Charlotte  came lo master all the principles  and to be one of lhc enthusiastic  members.  The Girondists were '.he genuine  Republicans, and they derived their  rom    tho district  A spirited horse will in the end  be made slow and spiritless by  constant nagging, twitching of the  lines, peevish urging and other  wearing processes that fretful driv-  e.������������������ practice.  Now i.s tho time to get ready i'or  winter eggs.    Vou can'l do it after  cold weather _cls in.   Keep lhe hens  in thc I.  st possible condition, .lean j representative?*  the houses often,  feed carcfu  good,  clean   \'eed,   spray   for  y of j t!;at  formed the Republican   party  .iles!i_ the national assembly.  wil  he  as  apti  Tc  eve rv  morning at  to commence hi,;  THi': czari:;/  There is cv:^r a  tic Slavophile pa: ly  Court which deplore?  in .nonce." of the <V.-i  Hi.'if,   Khc;   ll.'i  verv  '.uciios at  seven.  .   POSITION.  :o:V..  ..rtir.tocr..-  . Russian  rumoreu  popularity  :;t  in  at l_.  ���������������������������; the  'ina.  si ir cu  high  .���������������������������) .  . ���������������������������  ana   hee,   and  you  an anybody to go6 eggs. j shoe  The amount of protein in cotton- ith.i  seed    meal    makes  it    one of  the I cam  ' eapest  foods   the   dairyman   van ! by  for  milch  eows,  but its excessive   use  is certainly dangerous.  J!  vau'jo:.  a  danger of  ban en ness  or  i-npoleney in the males of thc herd,  and abortion in thc cow?;,  rangeinent  of  the    bowels  ���������������������������rified    and    revolting  ling of    blood,  main platform  ,t  o,  lifiC  01  .mount of y  move than  cornmc  and do-  in   all.  the  Ihey    had   for  to forward Lhe  ,c of thc republic,  but lo do il  i.ore   pcacoablo  methods,   and  ! un.'oubt _<lly  their-plan could have  ! been   made  successful,   for by  this  ilh.e the revolutionists had carried  jthinga with such a high hand, and  k.-i much of brutality had been corn-  Girondist who was-at work in Caen  hi told her that in a week they  would be brought to the guillotine.  Then as she stood beside the bath  shc-plungecLtho-knife. iiito_his_hcart.  and hc died with a cry to his wife  to come to him.  Just before her execution she  wrote to the Girondists at Caen  that she anticipated happiness  "with Brutus in {.he Elysian  Fields" after her death, and sho  also wrote tender and loving farewell letters to her relatives and  friends.  History has always applauded the  act of Charlotte, for it was fell;  that she had rid the world of a  synonym for all that is vile and  cruel.  Thc bathtub in which Marat received his death blow i.s carefully  preserved  in   lhc French  museum.  Marul's modern apologists contend that he was Lhe strong mini  of the period, and thai naturally  he was destined to .suffer the fate  ol every leader similarly placed,  and be blamed for acts he found  necessary for thc advancement of  the cause.  April 4th, 1900,  archist Sipido. The miscreant fired  at the Prince of Wales, as ho waa  then, just as the Royal train waa  leaving the Nord Station, Brussels,  o.   its way to Denmark.    -  ROYALTY AND BUILDINGS...  The numerous bomb outrages in  England made by the Irish dynami-  ta'rds when they attempted to blow  up the Tower, the Houses of .Par-.  liament, the Nelson Column, and  other public properties were practically failures, as were all. tho .  other attempts made at thc time in  different parts of thc country. Tin  last bomb outrage in England simply resulted in the Nihilist annihilating himself near the Greenwich  Observatory.  It is the Russian Royal Family  which has,been most marked out by  Anarchists. In 1880 an attempt waa  made to wipe out thc whole of the  Royal Family,* a cellar underneath  thc Royal dining-room of thc Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, being  filled with 124 pounds of dynamite.  The explosion look pla.ee a few minutes too soon, as the Royal Family  were not in the room at thc time.  In this case the Royal dining-room  -wa-s-^rtoli-H n-j ured���������������������������muchy^al-though=--  othcr portions of thc palace were"  blown to atoms, ten persons being  killed and fifty-three injured.  LAYING A MINE.  Some  d,  I l!C :  to he  as in  wheat bran  lhat of pea  While few ft  more l.h.v.  rotei  four  i   tl  Uroe  ov    shorts,  meal or ma  n in it i  time:-, as  Limes t  and  t   Si!  s sa;u  much  hat in  twice  routs.  m.u  royal is  t.  i-i  II  that Ike avistrocrats and  ;_ wove,.well enough scared  ��������������������������� readily listened to the of-  a  peaceful  compromise.  ONE PATHETIC LOVE.  full-grown cow?; can '  three quart', a day, !  ��������������������������� ear  i ere  -��������������������������� i ��������������������������� ���������������������������- ���������������������������-  -. e J  it is  v:>-  may he  ���������������������������"_)d we  '���������������������������'.-as to  iho  entire  some  have  make  th.vt will b  felt  that a  it about une-li! _t.  o  grain, ration.  car more,  safe limit  -!.''���������������������������' i  ; r  1 no  1 c ���������������������������:<  itl.<  Put Mai  d of the  ��������������������������� plan th  at formed-a deadly hat-  ���������������������������Girondif.ts. H* wanted  it would .lessen his ehanc-  ;o:.ding men and women Lo  1 <"> ��������������������������� .v s.      I. o    v, o 1 o i .i ;i i e i!    t:! i e  years  ago  an   exceedingly  ingenious scheme to assassinate the  present Czar came to  naught.    It  was    known  that    the    CV.ar    and  Cxai-ina-would pass downihe.-Isuvy-  Sviat, Warsaw, at a given time on  their way to the Royal Castle, and  lhe. Anarchisls made their prcpara-,  tions accordingly.   They underrnin-,'  cl a portion of  tho street,  under,  which  thoy  laid  dynamite  bombs  which were connected with an dec-.  trie baltuvy at a considerably distance front the place.    A few hour.,  beforo the  Royal  procession started the excavated portions began to  fall in, and some masons communicated with thc authorities. A number  of  Anarchists  were  captured  in  the  mine iiscR,   while, over  100  persons were arrested iu the town.  It 1002  a    daring    attci.pt wa������������������  made upon thc life of thc CV.ar ancl  the Kaiser whilo they were lunching  somewhat aggressive and the father j together on board thc Royal yacht  Hohcnzollem, when off Rcval. ,A  steam launch came up,, from which  stepped a man who Avas attired iu  the Russian uniform. |  The imposture was found out immediately, however, and the would* i  bo assassin was arrested with a re-'  volver in his hand. It was discovered in this case, that the plot was  to kill the two Emperors.---London  Tit-Bits.  -?<-���������������������������  THE EXCEPTION.  In  a hom-} where the mother is  good-natured and peace-loving, a  child's estimate of home conditions  were tersely expressed the other  da,y. "While dressing, the ���������������������������mother  paused in the act of putting on hcr  shoes and said, "I certainly am  easy on shoe.i, I Lave worn these  for',,four months. 1 don't know  what you would do, John, if I were  not. I am easy on everything."  little girl looked up from  s  and  remarked,   "Except  Tlie  her  of   Cironcli:  lo  oy endeavoring lo  supprc  Oniv pcople w  ;.c,:> to i-cu-cm  ho agree with you  y  a:;  lie  ���������������������������ii'-tocrals.  Charlotte  had  eken  1th  as much  down   the.  OOII  thei  It  JS  !  I:  .��������������������������� ��������������������������� '���������������������������-���������������������������  fell  ry madness ot  uiiiicuit to figure your expenses in advance, as fully one-  hair. of them are uno_j.acted.  BEWARE!  Beware of the people w  wry.;; paying com pi i men Is,  oat, thev seldom i: ./.- .- :���������������������������,-'  10  i. ��������������������������� $  ft  tp'  r.������������������<  I' <,:  ORIGIN OF "WINDFALL."  Expression was Probably First Applied to Trees.  OANOS __QV_REDWltH  ��������������������������� "For three weeks 1 actually  hed to be fed Ilk* oce feeds a  baby,   because my   hand*  and  arm.   were   ao  covered' with  eczema that   tttoy  bad  to be  bound up all tb* tint."       ���������������������������  _ So ������������������y������������������ Mia V. MoSorfcy, ..Gore  Street, Sault Ste, Mario,aad adds:  "From finger tips to elbow. t_������������������ _M-  mm _f___d, my finger _j_b ������������������m_q eff  e&d my floeh waa en* raw znsaa,   Tb*  itohiag and th��������������������������� pain were Aimed ������������������_-  crudafcing.   I had three months of ibis  torture and %| im tia* am?. t_������������������on  we* diaexuead.  "Zam-Bak atone sate. ������������������y hand*  aw] arms. I paraeven*} vfta. it, *od  to-day I am cored cockpkt������������������j(ye2 every  trace of tbe 4?_ad*l._<k_nm. J fervently hopo fft&KVt Sty leva ������������������_ the  tair&ok foffl __& _*��������������������������� .ratal is my  oase. ���������������������������  Za&-5a_ ^ witlw_* <a������������������s_ for  eczema, ring .am. ulc_o������������������ atapnaas,  pile., cracked hands, cold wee,  chapped places, and eJ! akio ������������������_}������������������__������������������  and d__.s_ie,_ Drcggnte and aftarca  at SOceata n. b_x, or port free ftya.  ?������������������*���������������������������_*_ O^'ZWooU. far price.  amBuk  What precisely is the origin of  the expression "a windfall''' 1 An  old encyclopedia explains that  some families of thc English nobility held their lands on a tenure  which forbade them to cut down  trees, these being reserved as the  property of the royal navy. But  any trees which fell down' without  human assistance they might keep,  bo that a hurricane causing si great  "windfall" was heartily welcome.  It scemo probable, however, that  the expression was simpler in origin. Even an apple that fell to the  ground without the trouble of picking it, and whicli a passer-by might  often annex without feeling that hc  was a thief, would be a lucky  "windfall."  "Adventurer" is "a word, once  hightly respectable, that has degenerated with the lapse of time. " It  was once a compliment to call a gentleman an adventurer, and thc Mer  GRAND NEWS  FOR WOMEN  EDUCATIONAL.  I.  I -EARN THE BARBER TRADE-NEW  L_ system���������������������������constant practice; careful  instruction; few weeks complete course;  tools free; (traduates earn , twelve" to  MKbteen dollars weekly; write for catalogue. Moler Barber Collcsre 221 Queen  '__... .Toronto.'  Good  , Penmanship  Is often the "open door "to a good no _ tion.-  .When Ui_;h._v thoroughly and effectively  ������������������.���������������������������< It Is at this school, good rssalls are car-\  tain.' Writc-for particulars _     _  BRITISH       AMERICAN      BUSINESS'  CO_L_C_,   Y.M.C.A.  B'ld'g, Toronto.  . ' . -     .'JVM.-WATSON. Principal.  chant Venturers   of   Bristol, England, are still respected.: Thc Hudson's   Bay    Company    dates    from  May 2,  1670.    In the royal charter  it wa.s described as the "Governor  ond Company    of    Adventurers of  England Trading in Hudson's Bay."  "Alcohol"  is  really ������������������������������������������������������ the Arabic  "alkohl"���������������������������'.'al"  being the  definite  article, as in "algebra" (the reduction) and "alkali" (the soda ashes),  and    "kohl"    the     black    powder  wherewith    the    eastern    beauties  Btained  their eyelids.    But   "alcohol" came to be used for any finely  triturated  or  -sublimated  powder,  and then for    sublimated    liquids.  "Alcohol of wine," being fche   most  interesting of    these, it   gradually  took the name entirely to itself.  ACENTS WANTED.  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IDEFECTIVE HEARINC re,co_��������������������������� b' to������������������  If_f5ngTi������������������iiiT  the   world.     Write  lo? cataloeuV  te" T&������������������trUc i;o" ���������������������������'cxn%dx' "J-- *������������������8 X_  Your Overcoats  ^^-^^^S&_..uJi������������������?^'  British    Atnerloan    Dyeing    Oo  MWfURS  CoiiMsanjcnt. Solloitad.    Writt for   Price  Mil.  Canadian Hide ft Skin Co.  ___������������������������������������F _C_T ST. EAST. TORONTO.  OUT  Typewriters  Kent oil $.\oo per month.   Si, month, $15.00  Remington   Typewriter Ce..   Limited,  U4   Bay St��������������������������� Toronto,  ������������������a   Maionle Temple, London,  MMonie Temple, Londo  Mcnlck St., Hamilton.  A LITTLE COLD.  He caught a little cold���������������������������  That was all. -  So the neighbors sadly said,  As they gathered round' his bed.  When they heard that he Vas dead.  He caught a  little cold���������������������������  ���������������������������That was'all.-    (Puck)  Neglect of a cough-or cold often  leads, to 'serious trouble. To break  up a.'cold in twenty-four, hour's and  cure any cough that is curable, mix  two ounces, of Glycerine-, a'half  ounce of Virgin Oil of- Pine com-'  pound- pure and- eight -ounces of  pure Whisky. 'Take a teaspoonful  every four hours. You can buy  these at' any good drug store and  "easily mix them in a large bottle.  GENEALOGICAL.  She���������������������������"How far can your ancestry be  traced?"  He���������������������������"Well, when my grandfather- resigned his position as. cashier of a bank," they" traced him as  far as China, but he got away."  It is the Farmer's Friend. ���������������������������- The  farmer will find in _ Dr. Thomas'  .Eclectric Oil a potent remedy for  wounds or pains in the body or for  affections of the respiratory organs  and for household use generally. He  _jvill___^als_o_^findj_t__a__c_onvjf_n_i_ent_:_friend.  in treating injured horses, cattle,  etc., or relieving; them when attacked by colds, coughs or any kindred  ailments to which they are subject.  Pretty School Teacher���������������������������"James,  is 'to kiss' an active or a passive  verb1?" James (oldest boy in the  class)���������������������������"Both." Pretty School  Teacher���������������������������"How is that, James 1"  James���������������������������"Active" on "the part of the  feller, and passive on thc part of  thc girl.'; Pretty school teacher  blushes and marks James perfect  in grammar.  MRS. JE.   p. RICHARDS   TELLS  HOW DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  '     CURED HER;  After Suffering   for   Twenty-eight  lea is from Pains and Weakness  nnd Sleeplessness���������������������������Dodd'.s Kidney  ���������������������������Pills   Ihe   Only     Medicine   She  Manly.  Cottle's Cove, Notre Dame Bay,  AM.. Dec. 6.-(Special).-Grand  news for suffering women is that  being scattered broadcast by Mrs.  Elizabeth P. Richards of this place.  For years she suffered from that  terrible weakness and those agonizing pains so many women know.  She has found relief "in Dodd's  Kidney Pills and she wants all suffering' women to know it.  "For twenty-eight years," says  Mrs. Richards, "I suffered from  Rheumatism, Kidney Trouble and  Neuralgia. I got so weak I could  not do my housework. Sleep was  out of the question except for a few  minutes at a time. My back ached  so I could not sleep. [ tried all  kinds of medicine and had come to  the conclusion that there was no  cure for me, when- reading advertisements led me to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills. I now sleep well and  rise refreshed every morning.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are all the medicine I want."  The woman who has healthy Kidneys will never know the pain and  weakness that make life hardly  worth living. Dodd's Kidney Pills  always make healthy Kidneys.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.   VALUABLE RAT SKINS.  Traffic in Skins Amount, lo $250,-  000 a Year in (iwai Britain.  If a consular report from ..Calcutta is to be credited, the cbinmon,  ordinary, every-day rat, despised by  everybody and    everything  except  terriers and lean cats, may soon be  an  article ^of    importance in commerce-   Says  Consul     Perry:   "It  has been found that the skin of this  animal (the rat) is well adapted to  a variety of p.urposes,-such as the  binding of   books, .the.'.making of  purses,   gloves  arid  other -article^  of. feminine use' and adornment. It  is stated that already the traffic in  this;", commodity''amounts  to  about  $250,000 a' year   in  Great -Britain,  and,advertisements have  appeared  for supplies of skins of the .brown,  rat in lots of 100 to 100,000."    Who  knows,  now that skunk  farms are  numerous    in    America, that   -rat  farms  will   not  soon  be  established?   At any rate, here is an industry in  which men have nothing to  fear from female  competition.  AN    INCOME    RETURN  OF      Q������������������/0    ,N  T^E  FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS  OF THE  CAHAPA CEmEHT COMPANY  LI/UITEP.  SECURITY  These bonds are secured by a First Mortgage on tlie  properties of the Canada Cement Company, Limited.  They represent an actual investment in the property <?/  practically ,. times fhe amount ofthe present ouUtandiny  bonds, lhe mills owned or controlled by this Company  are among the best cstablUhtd and most efficiently equip,  ped on thc continent, with a capacity in, excess <f  4,500, COO barrels per annum.    They include "  The Lakefield Portland Cement Co., Ltd., Montreal, P O.   '  " The Lakefield Portland Cement Co., Ltd., Lakefield, Cnt.  .'lhe Cwen Sound Portland Cement Co., Ltd., Shallow  Lake, Ont.  -     The Alberta Port/and Cement Co., Ltd., Calgary, Alia;  The Belleville Portland CetnnU Co., Ltd./Pel/eville. Cnt'.  The International Port/and Cement Co., Ltd., If nil; P.O.    '  The Vulcan Portland Cement Co.,Lid.t'Af<mtreal,P. Q.  The Lehigh Portland Cement Co.; Ltd., Belleville, Ont ' -  The  Canadian Portland Cement Co.,  Ltd.. Marllank  and Port Colborne, Out, -    '  Arrangements have also been made to acquire a controlling interest in the following companies :   TU Western Canada Cement cfr Coal Co., Ltd.. Exshaxv.*  Alia. '  Tlie Eastern Canada Portland Cement Co.,Ltd., Quebec.  EARNINGS  The net earnings in 190S by seven of'the constituent  Companies, representing less than fifty per cent, of the .. '  capacity  of the neio Company, amounted to twice the  present bond interest charge. ���������������������������  Estimated yearly net earnings, $1J,00,000, based on   "���������������������������  the sales of the Companies comprised in (he Merger and '-  the cost of manufacture under existing conditions,- together with the restoration of normal price?. ���������������������������  Proper and successful management is assured by an  efficient board of director* and capable executive.  ' Strategic position of tJie plants of the Canada Cement  - '.. Company .enables it to serve the trade in'all parts of '  Canada.     -  ��������������������������� _ "��������������������������� -        _        -        .'.'.'  INCOME TO INVESTORS  ���������������������������After careful investigation, we believe this bond issue.,  to be.wcll secured, and the bonds'should form an attractive investment at Par and. accrued interest yielding six -��������������������������� ��������������������������� -  per cent. ' .'    '.    "    ~        ~.    '~~      ;       I   < ~  -~  DoMiyVio/^ Securities Corporation  ,,    LIMITED        - _.-__���������������������������_-.  head or nee   -TOR.O/JTO  ��������������������������� 26 Kt.O ST. east '-,";.  MONThEAL.       "-'      JV//V/V/.P_rG        -      LONDON.   ������������������"/V__  LIKELY.  If all men were compelled to practise what they preach the majority would discontinue the preaching habbit."       '  Have you tried Hollo way's Corn  Cure ? It has no equal for removing these troublesome exeresences  as many have testified -who ha've  tried it.  FURS  Do you trap or buy  Purs? I am Canada's  InrgeBt dealer, I pay  hi'Klieslprtce8. Your  shipments solicited.  I pay mail, and   ex-  promptly.   Also largest Sin EhM.I  JOHN  HALLAM. TORONTO  SLOW PROCESS.  Man  very often  runs in debt,  Beyond a doubt;  But it is very safe to bet  That he creeps out.  HORSE   OWNERS!   USE  00 MBAULT'i  CAUSTIC  BALSAM.  I ���������������������������������������������������������������#,   _������������������_7 to4 poiltiT* cort.  n*  ������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������ 8������������������   BLISTt*  ���������������������������Ttf vitd,   Kuiotm _Jt bonch.i  nwHtrm,   ImtoMilbU(a  <oduc������������������ tear <* bltmlik.    Bend  \m lAWRlMOK.W1LLUMS UO.. Toronto. Ca.  The Pill That Leads Them All.~  Pills arc the    nior.t portable    and  compact of all medicines, and when  easy to take are thc most acceptable of    preparations.      Hut  they  must attest their power to be popular.      As   Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills are the most    popular of all  pills they must fully    meet all requirements.   Accurately compounded and   composed    of   ingredients  proven to be effective in regulating  the  digestive  organs,   there  is  no  surer medicine to be had anywhere.  TOLD IN DENMARK.  Returned Explorcr���������������������������"Yes, the  cold was so intense at the Pole we  had to be very careful not to pet  our dogs.';  Miss Youngthing��������������������������� "Ind .ed 1 "Why  was that?"  Returned Explorer���������������������������"You see,  their tails were frozen stiff, and if  they wagged them they would  break off."  It's better to deserve success arid  not have it than to have success  and not deserve it, although less  pleasant.  POOR AHGUMEIT.  "It may be true," said Uncle  Eben, "dat riches don't bring happiness. But dat ain't no good argument foh goin' to dc yuther extreme an'  wrestlin'  wif debts."  Clean Stomach, Clean Mind. --  The stomach is the workshop of tho  -vital -functions -and-when-it-gets  out of order the whole system clogs  in sympathy. The spirits flag, the  mind droops and work becomes impossible.' The first care should be  io restore healthful action of thc  stomach and thc best preparation  for that purpose is Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. General use for  years ha.s won thorn a leading place  in medicine. A trial will attest  their value.  ALL HER RELATIVES HAD  DIED OF CONSUMPTION  la the year 1690,18 rears ago. Mn.G.  S. Cesser, of Belle If Ie, K. .,wu in a tad  conditio...- AU her relativet had _ied of  consumption, andthcre wasevex jr ii__������������������t__  that the wu going the fame way.  "   Atth. pointherhu _andiuj������������������e������������������tecto_y  Piychiae.  The doctor who attended nia  Pijrchiae waa worthies*; but it effected a  wonderful cure.   Eighteen yean after ia a  letter bearing date Auguit 14, 1908, Mn.  Geinersay . "I am better than I have been  for yean. My lung* have net troubled ma  __iinee! took your t_atteent^My_>_y������������������c__  told ms I caild pot take abetter taak tbaa  PSTCHINE, and I recommend it to all who  are suffering from Lung Trouble and General Debility."  trn **U hr alIDnfpit������������������50c. ft $1 aw bottb.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  Dressed Poultry  ANY QUANTITY.  Market prices  Gu*r .(.feed  REMITTANCES DAILY  "Ship by  Express'end. Advist   ,  '_  THE - -  J. A. McLean Produce Co,  LIMITED,  74 to 76 Front St. East, Toronto  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  A^*^_Hf_4Uiii___!  "It is hard to teach an old dog  new tricks," says the proverb. Yes;  new tricks want finding.  Toormu*������������������*t<ui  _ RadwafB Ready Relief - core*  the   wont  paina In  from one to  twenty minute _  For Headache  (whether sink or  nerrous), Tooth-  aohe, Nenrolci a.  Hhenmatiem,  Lumbar, pain* .nd weakneaa  in the back, opine or kidneys,  around the liver, pleurisy, swelling  of tho Joint*,  .nrl pain* of all kind*, Had-  war's Ready Relief will ta a flaw d_?s el  feet a permanent cure.  Kindly mention the uaine of this  paper in writing to advertisers.  THE PHILOSOPHER OF FOLLY.  "When a man says, "and I know  what I'm talking about,'" says  the Philosopher of Folly, "the only  way I can get even is by asking him  to prove it."  Try Murine Eye Remedy  For Hod, Weak. Wcury, Watery Eyes  Granulation, Pink Kyc and Eye Strain!  Murine Doesn't Smart; Soothes Hyo Pain.  Is Compounded by Experienced Physicians-  Contains no Injurious or Prohibited Drufffl.  Try Murine for Your Eyo Troubles. You  Will Liko Murine. Try it in Baby's Eyes,  for Scaly Eyelids. Drupfrista Sell Murine  at 50c. The Murine Eye P_mt>dy Co., Chicago, will send You Interesting Eye Books  Freo. -  Kindly mention (he name of iTiia  paper in writing to arir .rt.Hcr*.  SOME LOSS.  Stranger���������������������������-"Vastus, do the pcople  who live across thc road from yon  keep chickens!"  Rastus���������������������������"Dcy keeps some of 'cm,'  sab."  One good turn doesn't always get.  thc other it deserves.  CURE  . w_ ets _ %imii tm (ou .������������������s������������������������������������%_4  NEW USES OF CEMENT.  European engineers are said to  be very appreciative of the value  of cement grouting for repairing defective masonry, lining wells, and  for making tunnel roofs watertight. In Germany a well polluted  by infiltrations was put into satisfactory condition by lowering into  it a sheet-iron drum, filling the  space between thc drum and the  walls of the well with Portland^co-  ment, and withdrawing the drum  -after the cement had set. The damaged masonry of a tunnel waa repaired by injocting liquid cement  under pressure. Air at a pressure  of 78 pounds per square inch sufficed to force the cement into place.  IS8UJB  .JO. 5<M__ ������������������  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 10, 1910  D  PROFESSIONAL  R. H. W. KEITH,  , Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon. 4 to 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. ClifT and George Sts. ENDERBY  w,  E. BANTON,  etc.  MARA-ENDERBY DISTRICT  During the past winter months, the  I time when many men would sit down  ! and rest, Mr. Chas. W. Little has  j been more than usually busy in his  I publicity work on the Mara-Enderby  I District of the Okanagan. 'His third  j booklet on the merits of this district  will be ready for circulation by the  Barrister, Solicitor, end of this   week,   and   in it he has  Notary Public, Conveyancer, "steel the most   valuable properties  that are for sale in the district. Mr.  Little has spared no effort to bring  the merits of - this favored locality  prominentia before homeseekers, and  as a result of his labors he has a  most promising year opening. In addition to the hundreds of individual  land-seekers who have concluded to  investigate the district, Mr. Little  has five colonization companies who  will send their representatives into  the field in the near future to see the  inducements' offered. Many difficulties  have had to be overcome, but Mr.  he   has the way pre-  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.  "SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  I. 0. 0. F. i  I  jers this spring and early summer.  ..^_S^ ^^ys^  Eureka Lodge, No. tO   _i Little  believes  Meets everv Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O. !��������������������������� ,.      .   n f   !.-.���������������������������,���������������������������_ ��������������������������� nv-  O. F. hall. Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers al-' pared for a  big influx of home-ma_  way.-,    welcome.   ,.T.   A.  McMorland,  N. G.,   A. !  Reeves. Secy. E. S. Mack, Trens.  j   PMT.T.PT_V    Tnnfp!    Recently    a   representative   of The  ENDERBY   LODG-E       ,_West Farmcr visitcd the district  No. 35, K. of P. !        .   , .     . . . ���������������������������     +,.of  Meets every Monday ev������������������._���������������������������*; and his impressions are given in that  in K. of P. Hail.  Visitors cor-; magazine.     "If    there    is  one  point  dially invited to attend. ! __, .,       ,, v,       ��������������������������� ���������������������������+__.  robt N bailey, C.c.   : more than another,     says he,     that  C E. Strickland. k.r.s.   1 should find its place in the publicity  R. J. COLTART, M.r. j . ,,  K. of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable) Which  has  been SO .listly  given  to the  for public entertainments.   For rates, etc., apply ��������������������������� okanagan Valley���������������������������that great natural  SL*^,. _���������������������������������������������������������������������������������._;______/     ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ -____ ��������������������������� fruit gar(jeil  0f British  Columbia���������������������������it  S*        I lis the  pecial  promising  j Mara.  "Coming  little township of  down    from     Sicamous  Junction  on    the   C.P.R.  main line,  "Whether for the cultivation of the  most popular and high-priced orchard  or the market garden products, Mara  has long since passed the barrier of  the "might he's" and its record in  stock and cereals has reached the  highest top-notch.  "There is a fairly uniform character of climatic and soil conditions in  the northern end of the Okanagan,  represented by a belt extending from  Sicamous to Bnderby and Armstrong  and of which Mara is practically the  centre, and without doubt the most  picturesque portion. The district  largely consists of well-watered meadow land; thickly wooded bottom  lands and thinly wooded bench lands.  The latter has been slashed and burnt  over and can be cleared without difficulty at a minimum cost. This land  can be bought for about ?20 an acre  and as $50 is a fair estimate of what  it would cost to put it in condition  for the plow, thc homeseeker can  thus acquire for say, $75 atvthe most  land which it is claimed is as good  as any, of the Valley lands which are  now selling at $200 an acre.  "The meadow lands are certainly  offering ideal conditions for stock  raising, dairy farming ancl poultry;  for intensive cultivation along one  line or in several directions and with  swelling profits to the farmer, as it  is the,nearest point in the Okanagan  Valley to the markets, both east and  west.  "The lands are chiefly held-in large  tracts by the resident owners. ��������������������������� Developments elsewhere have apparently  awakened them to the fact���������������������������particularly those of them who have only  cleared a" small portion of their hold  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55   "  Graham Flour,     -    $1.45    "  Four Star Chop, $1.35 per 80 lbs  Three Star Chop, $1.30 per 80 lbs  Two Star Chop, $1.25 per 80-lbs  Bran: $.85 per 70 lbs.  Shorts, $1.15 per 90 lbs.  Middlings, $1.25 per 90 lbs.  Oats, $1.30 per 100 lbs.  Oat Chop, $.90 per 60 lbs.  Wheat, $2.20 perl25-lbs  Barley Chop, $1.05 per 70 lbs.  Whole Corn, $2.00 per 100 lbs.  Cracked Corn, $2.15 per 100 lbs.  Rolled Oats, $.75 per 20-lb sack.  Also a full line of Cereals and Wheat-  lets at Right Prices.     Free delivery  to any part of the Enderby city.  Terms: Nut Cash ivith order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B C.  These are the Prices To-day j Mara is reached jUBt 12 miles down  Owing   to   market   fluctuations, , the line,    which   practically    follows  prices    are    Subject   to    change |the Shuswap river.     As yet there aro j^ are in ^  AT  ff f'A'Mnnr   ������������������_fVn 40 lh _  "^ & *��������������������������� t���������������������������"^ ���������������������������*���������������������������&��������������������������� ^ \nL valuable land  that can'be  em-  Moftet S Best Jb lour, ������������������1. li) 4y-l_Slthe railway    station, but the visitor. ...-    .     ..     Airan+- _  tu      _ _.__-_._,.i. <_1 __.!__���������������������������������������������     ������������������< J ,        ._.,*_   ploved    successfully   in the direction  Three Star_ lour, ..l.bUpei -win fincl a comfortable private hotel   f J    r., .-..__ c���������������������������_,Po_,.v  ������������������1 __      " i.        .   :indicated and    to   great profit.    Be-  Driltecl bnOWrastiy, $LW on the spot   and a generously hospit- , . 6        B^nmani. ,a  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������     " L     ' ,     ���������������������������   . ni ; cause of this the whole settlement is  able  neighborhood  and  all he would,     ������������������������������������������������������:���������������������������__..._������������������������������������������������������  _   .     .        .. .    .       .   .,,     'calling out   for    "more   neighbors.  want in luxurious   comfort,  whether. ������������������ ++���������������������������_.;������������������������������������������������������ _. .>.o ,,.,..  , Incidentally the attention of the wn-  the visit is a briel or prolonged  one. , J  ! ter was called to a beautiful home  "The Mara district has already i q{ 20Q acreg situated close to Mara  made a name for itself in thc market, lak(j and the Shliswap river which it  although it was only at a compara- | w&g intonded to cut up into sman  tively recent date that Mr. Little, |tracts The price of this little estate  who homesteaded on the spot about | (inclusive of . house> barn'Si sheds,  17 years ago, made any serious effort^ farm imrjlementS] horscs and cattle)  to open up a clear view through tha_������������������wag &t the date q{ hig visit) some_  leafy screen   which    has so long ob-j.^ ukc $4- Qr m an acre  scured   the rich  prospect  its  cleared ,,..,.,,    c .     +���������������������������      ___  ._.___������������������������������������������������������      *.      m, __      "Mara's "side-ine" of hunting and  and cultivated lands hold out.     The      f   l *  .   ,,    ,.        ���������������������������   ,,    . fh��������������������������� vol    fish ng is probably unequalled so fai  hay crop holds the record of the Val- , fo       ,,      . ,   T+c. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,_  ,      .      .. .��������������������������� .  _.������������������������������������������������������_  Qr...   *,>.   as this valley is concerned. Its prox-  ley  for  its    yield    per  acre and  for;" J !.,._������������������������������������������������������,���������������������������  _ __.     _., ,     . r.     'imity to so many mountain streams,  duality  in  timothy, and  clover.   One l1"11^  bU J .  iju���������������������������ii_j- j .the Shuswap river, and the chain of  ranch encloses 300 acres, only part of itJC &nus*ap uv. ,  ���������������������������.     ..       ,   .   .,���������������������������   lakes . iving a free waterway to Kam-  which is   under   cultivation, but the  u"-eb *������������������'     <= ' rn  ,aMO  .    __ .   t *������������������������������������������������������_    loops and bevond, give it advantages  owner,   last season,  cut from  a tcn-|UKJi,!s '"-'v       ' h ���������������������������  ,   . in  this resnect which  very few  spots  acre  patch    that    was    seeded  more  in tfliS ���������������������������t,yLi.L  ������������������ni������������������- .  than 16 years ago and has not been  .renewed. The land on this ranch  'consists of a blue clay subsoil, top-  ; ped by from six inches to more than  ; three feet of black alluvial deposit.  ! "Its capacity for dairy farming,  I vegetables and small fruits has been  ! demonstrated  again   and   again,   ancl  ������������������������������������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������-+_���������������������������-,���������������������������   ���������������������������   +   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-  ���������������������������  I  I.    -  Clark's  Gloves  We  have   just   unpacked   the  largest and completest stocks of  MEN'S GLOVES ever shown in  this locality.  Gloves for the Logger,  Gloves for the Machine Man,  Gloves for the Engineer,  Gloves for the Steam Fitter,  Gloves for the Driver,  Gloves for the Curler,  Gloves for the Skater,  Gloves that will shed Steam and  Water, Cold and Heat,  Gauntlets���������������������������heavy and light,  Come and see them.  ;  t  even in B. C. can lay claim to.  A SORB DISAPPOINTMENT  On  the strength of their .first performance,  a    crowded   house greeted  the Colonial Tourist Opera Co., last  Saturday evening    in* K.  of P.  hall,  jvlthpuj. irrigation^ The _altitude andj and_the performance was a great dis-  7 surroundings'" of" the" whole "district ;"appommentT^The-^Aca. amy���������������������������Girls  guarantee  it    an    abundant but not ' needed a chaperon.   They also needed  excessive continuity of moisture, and   some  clothes.      The  comedians  were  :more than   one    local    horticulturist, stale, punk,  rasping.   The singing in  ���������������������������can exhibit apples and other orchard ! parts was good    but   thc songs had  'fruits equal at least to the best the ! a distinctly red-light tinge.   The per-  ������������������Valley has yet  ;these have not  ,|,large  quantities.  produced,  although  yet    been grown in  formance had not a single redeeming  feature, and was not,worth the price  of admission, nor one-half of it.  All the little improvements  that go to make for goodness,  comfort and stylo are herc-the  Best Leather, the Finest Workmanship, and a last to fit most  everybody.  ASK YOUR DEALER FOR  AMES-HOLDEN  SHOES  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������  -���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-  NOT1CK OF DISSOLUTION  NOTICE ia hereby Riven thai the partnership  heretofore existing between us the unrior-  BiKncd, us proprietors of tho Kins Edward Hotel,  in the City of Enderby, i3. C, has this day been  dissolved "by mutual consent.  All debts owinp. to the said partnership are to  be paid to Mr. P. H. Murphy, ut Enderby aforesaid, and all claims against the said partnership  Arc lo be presented to the said P, H. Murphy, by  whom the same will be nettled.  Dated at Enderby, 15. C, this 1st day of February, 1910.  BESSIE BELL, Administratrix,  P. H. MURPHY;   jrOTAD.  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  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch}  White Holland  Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White^and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.   ,  N. B.-A few S. C. White Leghorns  and  White Wyandottecockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  -.������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-  Enderby, B. C. |  ������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  A number of Fancy  VestsGoingatCost  Not many left.  But they are just the thing  We want also to call your attention to our stock of  Graniteware  You cannot do better than in-:  vestigate and compare our prices  with other's. It will save you  money.  :  *  i  i  i  i  i  i  !���������������������������  The Poison Mercantile Co.  Enderby, B. C.  ���������������������������-���������������������������-+-��������������������������� . ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  E. J. Mack  Livery;- Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  ___Cutters_=_and__Eashionable=  Winter turn-outs.  Good Rigs; Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  v.l  V.!  ^1  &  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  "The Real.Estate Gazette, the last  newspaper venture to be launched at  Vancouver, is a weekly periodical of  much interest. Not only does it give  thc real estate news of Vancouver,  but aims to cover the whole province  in an unbiased, up-to-date manner.  It ought to succeed, for there is a  field for it to cover that is not  touched by any other periodical.  ENDERBY  Hotel  The Home of the Old-Timer  and the abode of the New-  Comer. ' All will find a warm  welcome at the pioneerhouse  and you'll be made to feel at  home, no matter when you  hang up your hat.  H. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor  Enderby  House  Cleaning  Will soon be on. Call and see  my stock of Carpets, Matting,  Linoleum, Wall Paper, and all  necessary articles for beautifying and making the home  comfortable.  W. T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  \


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