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 Enderby, B. C,  March 31, 1910  A N D      W A L K E R 'S      WEEKLY  Vol.. 3; No. 5; Whole No. 109  Bright Season in Prospect  for the Lumber Industry  The A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.'s big 'that of Mr. F. L. Buckley, who was  sawmill at Enderby will, commence ; manager of the A. R. Rogers Mill at  cutting on the season's run, early J Enderby, when he was resident here,  next week.   This will be the biggest _.Mr. Buckley has been made manager  ENDERBY   NEWS   IN   BRIEF  season's cut'the mill has ever made,  unless the plans of Manager Stevens  fail, "which they are not.likely to do.  It is proposed to operate the mill  night and day, and twenty millions'  will-be the minimum cut set for the  season.  For several weeks the planers have  been running two shifts a day,,clean-  ' ing up the lumber in the yards. - All  small lots are being cleared out, and  the yards put' into shape to receive  the new cut.  of the British Canadian Lumber Company, Ltd, of Vancouver. This company has recently purchased the property of   the   Pacilic   Coast Lumber  Wm. D. George, of Mara, was a  visitor of Enderby on Saturday.  Work will commence this week on  the residence to be erected for W. J.  Lemke.  Peter Greyell has been appointed  p'oundmaster for the current year by  the City Council.''    -  Mr.' and Mrs. S. Poison of Vernon,  .nent Sunday at Enderby,  che guests  Petition Presented to Council  Relating to Exhibition Building  At the regular meeting of the City,'fall cleaned up everything in- the  Council last. Wednesday evening, all! champion class at Seattle,, Tacoma  the members were present except Aid land the coast.fairs.   This is the'first  Mills, on Coal harbor, at the foot of ��������������������������� 0f Mr. and Mrs. Speers  Cordova  street,    Vancouver,  for  ap-'    ���������������������������,      ..���������������������������,..__.        ,_      _,.    ,  proximately     $600,000.    The   British      Wm' H' Hutchlson has ^^ a  Canadian company has a paid-up  capital stock of $2,000,000, the stock  being largely held by some of ��������������������������� the  most prominent financial men of England and Scotland, who have recently become   very   much   interested in  ���������������������������Extensive improvements have been i British Columbia as a field for pro-  _ made to'the mill, two carloads of .fitable investment,  machinery, having been added in the | This large corporation has made  past month or two. Additional sort- j Mr. Buckley its manager, and he will  ing-shed room. has been made, and also have a seat on the directorate of  the carriers'extended, so as to facil-:the company, and will have full  itate getting the lumber from the charge of ihe company's business in  mill to the yards.   The refuse carrier  this province.   Mr. Buckley will take  and trough . have been" enlarged and  remodeled, -and.'the-new burner, now  nearly completed, will dispose of the  debris without- endangering either the  mill property or the town. . ���������������������������  Contractor Russell has- handled the  construction ..-.work, on this-burner  most    expeditiously.  charge of the  mill   and its business  immediately..  HIGH-CLASS   POULTRY  Mr. and Mrs. Waddell are extending  their"'-ppultry���������������������������-.business", by theerec-  The cement" tiori of several more.'buildings to Rework is completed, and the work. of! commodate thei^season's increase in  lining -it _ with'-fire-brick should be [ the High-class breeds.' They- have  finished in a few' days.. The 12-foot 'seven incubators going att he present  screen dome which is-to go on top of time, most of them" on the product of  the cement work, will be put in place   their own hens; but one on eggs that  Monday or Tuesday. . -  - The outlook for the lumber business this season ' was never better.  A meeting of   the Mountain Lumber  cost in the   neighborhood of $3 each.  They expect to   bring out at least  a thousand   chicks' this   spring, the  best money and experience can breed.  Manufacturers' Association was held ��������������������������� it . is their intention to enter  last week at Nelson. Several matr J in the. biggest shows in Canada and  ters of   great   importance   were dis-  the'states,   and   they   hope   to win  fame for.Enderby by carrying off the  cussed. . The    one to which greatest  "interest   attaches   perhaps   is   a decision to adopt   the   Missippi valley  prizes against   some of the Big Fel-  rlows.   Speaking of the proposed show  rules in the grading of the better j building which the. City Council has  classes of pine lumber. The object of i been asked to consider, Mr. .Waddell  this is to get a better classification ;said he believed it would do more to  =of-grades-in=this���������������������������particular^kind^of=|encourage-our=poultrymen-to-better  lumber. The meeting also endorsed the condition of their stock than any'  the odd-lengths resolution adopted at move thus far made, and he hoped  the convention of western Canada to see the matter brought to a- sue  lumbermen held at Vancouver a few cessful issue  months ago. Among other matters  taken up were labor- conditions, the  position to be taken before the fire  insurance companies when it sits in  Nelson in regard to fire insurance  matters and recent legislation at  Victoria, particularly that relating  to the tenure of special licenses, the  extension of time granted by. the  government being heartily approved.  One of the most satisfactory features of the gathering was the spirit  of optimism which prevailed, all the  manufacturers present agreeing that  this promised, to be a record year for  the lumber industry in this partof the  country.  Manager Stevens has taken advantage of the winter season to give the  Enderby mill a thorough overhauling  and with the improvements added he  hopes to make this the record year of  the mill, not only as to quantity,but  also as to quality and cost of production.  For the past few weeks the Columbia Flouring Mills have been running  onlypart of the time owing to tLe  non-arrival of- several-large consignments of wheat enroute from the  Northwest, which have b?en tied up  as a result of the recent washouts on  the mainline. These shipments are  now arriving and th'e mill will put  jout Moffet's Best'and other brands as  rapidly as possible to supply the increasing demand.- It is a matter for  mutual congratulation that the people of Enderby. in particular and of'  the Valley in general are so unanimous in their approval of the products  of this mill.  very attractive implement sign over  his wagon shop; one that has attracted a deal of attention.  The many friends'- of Mrs. J. L.  Gaylord will be deeply grieved to  learn of her serious illness from hemorrhages from-the stomach.-  The handkerchief-, social and impromptu concert given, in the Parish  Hall Monday evening, netted the  organ fund nearly $75.00.  Fred. Moore returned from a visit  of., three months or more to his home  in England, on Monday, looking  greatly improved by the rest.  The' people   of   the   North Enderby.  parish, assisted   by Enderby friends,  are presenting Rev. Leech-Porter with  a cart and *��������������������������� harness   for   use   in' his  parish work. ',     '-.,    -        w _.   .  Work- was "started" this-week on the  Grindrod bridge, F. H. Barnes" and--a  corps of workmen being engaged' in  the preliminary- work of preparing  the timbers.  ' T. R. Skelton was in "from Hullcar  this week,- and -reports the. spring  work farther, advanced this season  than he has , noticed it in any year  that he has been -there.  The public works committee of the  City Council, of which Aid. Ruttan  is chairman, has ordered the laying  of ^ twenty-eight street crossings,  which practically connects every sidewalk in the town.  Hutchison.  A. letter was received from the Provincial ' Secretary, stating that Aid.  Ruttan and F. H. Barnes had been  appointed members of, the board of  license commissionersf and Aid. Hancock and R. R. Gibbs police commissioners.  Application for water service from  G. E. Gray, for his' cottage in the  course. of. erection on Stanley street  was referred to" the waterworks committee to be complied with.  The waterworks amendment by-law  passed its second reading.  Aid. EJvans moved that the Constable be instructed to see that the  by-laws of the city are. strictly observed; that better order is maintained in the-'yicinity. of, hotel bars,  that the streets and other places are  kept clsar'of: persons under the "influence of 'liquor, and that all persons guilty*of using;bad language in  public places are promptly summoned  to appear in .the-police court..  ' -The finance - committee recommended  the-payment of the following sums:-  Columbia*' Fir'<_ Ins":" Go., preiri-V'* -v  ium on.City-Hall policy  $ 48.00  G.  Rosoman,  salary as clerk..   75.00  G..Rosoman', salary, as Police     _  - ,  Magistrate  ."."    15.00  A. R.   Price,'   salary   as Constable,   Feb.-Mch  30.00  A. R. Rogers;Lumber Co., Ltd.  thawing water  pipes  .."....';    54.00  W.- E. Banton,- salary for quarter'ending Mch. 31, 1910    10.00  G. Rosoman,   cash' disb    21.00  A. Sutcliffe,   auditing accounts   20.00  W.   T.   Holtby,   furniture   for  City Hall   ...: .' .....165.00  A   petition,  was   presented    to the  Council by   Thos. - Pound, signed by  season the   horse   has   stood in this  country, having- been imported from  Scotland .by Mr. Heggie at the close  of last season.     In the roadster class  R. Blackburn has purchased the high--  bred stallion Red-Tom, a horse that  has ��������������������������� never   been   beaten   in his class'  and has'won the championship eight ���������������������������  times.    It   is   such    horses as these  that will   quickly'  add   to the good-,  quality of the horse-flesh .of the .dis--  trict, and should make Enderby .the:,  breeding place  of high-bred animals. ,  F. V. .Moffet and'family moved into.  their' handsome    new   home the past"'  week. -This is one,   of. the.most, substantial-homes erected in the Valley. -  It   is    of   reinforced    concrete,, two ������������������������������������������������������  story, and'   a-half,    and   of Colonial '  architecture.-   Situated in the midst'  of a grove-of   birch' trees,-and surrounded by'an .expanse of green lawn'-"  and flowers, "if makes an ideal, home,,,,  and one   of   which. Enderby .-may.. be\-  proiid:   The- interior finishings are_'*in.;-  the - native. ..woods, _ and- the - .living -.  rooms���������������������������thirteen" in- number���������������������������large and \  airy. .A, system ^of,,hot-water, heating.;'  is being'installed.-_"      :...-:.,-      ��������������������������� ��������������������������� _:���������������������������  Anyone   desiring   an   M.   J. Henry ,    ,        ,. _.    .  cut-price catalogue^-may  get one at |*   ong.list of rate payers asking that  the office   of   the   Walker Press.   We | a-by-aw be submitted to-the vote of  have a-lew_o n hand to accommodate ^e*lectorS   for .raisins the sum of  ," A carload of furniture came in for  W.-T.' Holtby last Thursday, and our ."  popular furniture-man is-most buried  in excelsior   this   week.   But he will  quickly crawl   out    from under, when  he .sees   you   coming   to-  buy   your -  spring household goods.     In the car '  was the   handsome , furniture ordered  by the City Councillor the- Council "  chamber in the City Hall.. This has  been placed   in   position, and if "you -  want to see how "swell" the corpora- "  tion is,    just- turn- out to the next,,  meeting of the Council." ' tV.  those wishing to get an-'early* start  in the spring garden work.  D. W. Newberry is loading a -car  this week with his household effects,  to return to his Moose Jaw farm.  Mr. Newberry cannot withstand the  calling of the_ vast prairie. He expects to return to Enderby.  . _Work .on the_concrcte .foundation of  the barn ancl cottage to be erected  by Wm. Woods, on the corner of Russell and Sicamous   streets,   is being  The workmen are doing the finish- '  ing-work on the interior of'the hew.'  Methodist-  church.    This edifice' will!  SSiOOO-to-provide^for-the^erection^of-H^-^^PP-^^-and^dedicate.d^on^Sunday.,^  b'uilding on the Recreation Ground or  other suitable site for holding poultry shows, exhibitions, entertainments and for special public purposes.  Postponed for further consideration.  J. C. English, as chief of the fire  department, was present with reference to the improvement of the fire  fighting .facilities of the. city. _It was  decided not to dispose of the 2-inch  hose, but to purchase a second reel  on which to keep it.   It was also de  April 10th. Rev. R." N. Powelirof  Nelson, will preach at both 11 a. ni.  and 7:30 p. m. On the Monday evening following, supper will be served  and a program rendered. Rev. Mr.  Powell and Rev. Mr. Osterhout of  Vernon, will be among the Monday  evening speakers. Full announcement  will be made later.  laid this week, and the buildings are   cided to purchase a bell.  to be erected   as   early  conditions permit.  as "weather  Clerk was instructed to collect from  Mr. Greyell $2 per month for the  water used in flooding his rink during  ENDERBYITES   MOVING   UP  It is very gratifying to Enderby to  see the rapid strides forward made  by many of the men who have recently removed from Enderby to Van-  R. R. Gibbs,   accompanied by Miss  Gibbs,   returned    from   England last j thc skating season.  Saturday   morning.      Mr.  Gibbs re- I    TENDERS  WANTED  Tenders will be received for the  purchase of the dwelling of the Columbia Flouring Mills, known as the  manager's dwelling, together with the  sheds adjoining; the same to be torn  down or moved off the premises by  May 15th. All removal of fences,  etc., to be replaced in good order by  the purchaser. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders must be in by the 15th April.  couver   and   there   entered business  The latest gratifying climb noted is  COLUMBIA  FLOURING  MILLS  CO.'pany, near the office building.  Miss Hutchison arrived from Scotland on Monday. She was met at,  Sicamous by A. D. Birrell, the popular engineer at the mill, and on Wednesday evening they were married in  the Presbyterian church, Rev. Mr.  Campbell officiating. The Press  joins with the many friends in wishing Mr. and Mrs.    Birrell much hap-  turns to   Enderby   prepared to take \   Tom Brash ha(1   the misfortune to  the season's work at his brick and Ifal1 and break his leg above the an-   P������������������������������������*s and prosperity.  up  tile works,   and   looks   forward to a  very profitable year.  Armstrong's new   opera house will  be   opened   on     Wednesday   evening,  kle, Tuesday morning while at work  on the burner   being   erected by the  A. R. Rogers   Lumber   Co.   He was  : climbing up   in   the   interior   of the  .     .,  r,.      . , _.._..    'concrete circle,   and   slipped and fell1  April Gth.   A grand concert is to be i   , ,     , ...  ..... _,       ,  c     I when about seven feet from the bot-  given by the   Armstrong Choral So-I, T    ,.     . .. ,,     . ,     ,  . . . .   ,  ,     ..     .    ,  ,      ...    torn.   In the fall the leg was broken  ciety, assisted by the best local tal-i-, . .. __._._,  ,   ..   , . _    _      _,      -clean, and a nail was forced into the  ent that can   be   procured,  togetheri   ,,        ,    .      ~      ,-..._ ,  _,  .    _.       , _.   "    . other . foot.    Dr.    Keith  dressed the  FOR SALS  with an orchestra of ten pieces.  Frank V. Moffet has purchased the  stock of electrical supplies carried by  A. Fulton,'"' and will soon have a  store and workshop erected on Cliff  street. .In the meantime, he will be  found up stairs in the supply, building  recently erected by the Lumber Corn-  injuries, and on Wednesday Tom left  for the Vernon Hospital.  Enderby is rapidly getting a name  for the high "quality of its poultry  stock. It will this season get a reputation for the high-class of its breeding horses. Mr. Geo. Heggie has an  imported   Clyde   stallion which  last  Seed Oats and Spring Wheat. My  seed is No. 1 and guaranteed free  from all noxious seeds. Special quotation on ton lots.     Apply���������������������������  R.   WADDELL,  Hazelmere Ranch, Enderby.  Chore boy wanted; must be able to  look after horses   and milk.   Apply,  Stepney Ranch, Enderby.    ������������������/  C. D. Griffin, of Vancouver, was in  Enderby Wednesday demonstrating  thc merits of the Oliver typewriter.  Wanted���������������������������at once���������������������������two or three good  farm hands.   Apply���������������������������R. Waddell. ������������������*.  Maude De Vere;  OR, THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  CHAPTER,    V.-(Cunt'<!)  As thc clays wore on, J _nfit/'s presence in thc family wa.s fell in various ways.    To Matty, it brought a  ���������������������������greater  degree  of    happiness than  she had experienced  since she  left  her New England homo, while even  tin.   doctor    acknowledged    an  increased degree of   comfort    in his  household,   though   not   willing  afc  first  to attribute it    to its proper  source.   He did nofc like Janet; her  ideas were too extravagant for hini,  and on  several   different  occasions  In? hinted  cjui.e   strongly   that she  wa.s  not wanted there;    but Janet  Avas  perfectly  invincible    to hints,  and when, at one time, he embodied them in language that could not  be "   misunderstood,    telling    hcr,  " 'twas a maxim of his,  that if  a  person   had   a home  of  their  own  they  had   better  stay  there;"   she j  promptly    replied,    that " 'twas  of Mrs. Janet Blodgett, whose rule  iii the household was for lhc tune  being lirmly established.  CHAPTEK VI.-  From thc tall trees which shade  thc desolate old house tho leaves  havo  fallen  one    by  one,   and  the  He, remembered  the (.charges   his  father had "preferred against him,  and  the father  remembered   them  too.    She to whom the cruel words  ^vcre spoken was    gone    from him  .now and hcr child, their child was  :at the door, pleading for his love,  j Could  ho  refuse.      No,  by    every  |kindly   feeling,  by    every parental  ; tic.   wc   answer  no,   hc could  not,  and opening  the door he took thc  1 iiLIc  fellow in  his  arms,  hugging  him to his bosom,  while tears, the  iirsfc he had shod for many a year,  ;foII  like  rain  upon thc face of his  crippled boy.      Like    some  mighty  water, which breaking through   its  prison  walls,   seeks    again  its natural   channel,   so  did his love go  out  toward  the  child so long neglected,  the child who was nut now  to him a cripple.   He did not think  of  the  deformity,  he did not even  see it.    Hc saw only thc beautiful  face, thc soft brown eyes, and silken  hair of the little one, who  ere  A Revelation in Tea Goodness  is a delicious and fragrant blend of the finest Ceylon Tea.  Get a package from your grocer and enjoy its excellent qualities.  November    rain    makes  mournful j long fell asleep, murmuring in hi.s  music, as in thc stillness of,,the  night it drops upon the withered  foliage, softly, slowly, as if weeping for the sorrow which has come  upon the threshold. Matty Kennedy  is.dead ; and in the husband's heart  there is _ gnawing pain, such as hc  never felt before; not even when  Kafcy died; for Jvaty, though pure  and good, was not so wholly unselfish ns Matty had been, and in  thinking of hcr, he could occasionally recall an impatient word; but  loving  'He    loves  me,  ma,  hc  . from Matty.' none.    Gentle,  _-,.,_-.,_   -,!��������������������������� __.    .,-...,       1 _ _ .__ (and beautiful, she had been to him  maxim oi  hers to slay    where she   ���������������������������    .���������������������������__ _ .       _._   , .     -,    _,  ������������������ pleased,  particularly as she was  a I]" h*c and now, beautiful in death,  woman of property," --_ -   _������������������ _h_ I sh<-' }*? in ih* s_lcnt parlor, on thc  and so, as she  pleased to stay there, she stayed !  It took but a short lime for her  io understand thc doctor, and to  say that she disliked him-would but  feebly express thc feeling of aversion with which she. regarded him.  Nofc  a word, however, would Mat-,.  marble table she had brought from  home, while he.���������������������������oh, who shall tell  what thoughts    were    busy  heart,   as hc safc there  alone, that  dismal, rainy  night.  In  one  respect    his    wishes  had  been    gratified;    Matty    had    not  ty admit, of past or present unkind-   f"���������������������������"! fIron... .him. .in doath-     ,Shc  ���������������������������-    neither was it necessary that ��������������������������� had  dlcd  w,thin  lns arms;   but so  dreams,  does."  Surely the father cannot bc  blamed, if when he looked again  upon the face of thc dead, hc fancied that ifc wore a happier look,  as if the whispered words of Louis  had reached her unconscious ear.  Very beautiful looked Matty in  her coffin���������������������������for thirty years had but  slightly marred hcr youthful face���������������������������  and the doctor, as he gazed upon  her, thought within himself,, "she  was almost as fair as Maude Glen-  dower."  Then, as his eye fell upon thc  rosebud whieh Janet had laid upon  her bosom, hc said, "''Twas kind  in Mrs. Blodgett to place it there,  at his j for Matty was fond of flowers;"  but he did not dream how closely  was that rosebud connected with a  grave made many years before.  Thoughts of   Maude   Glendower  and mementos of Harry Remington  kind of feelings for Matty, which  you hain't, n<. ��������������������������� never had, vou  wouldn't think of such a thing, and  I know, as well as ] want to know,  that ii.'s my property, and nollnV  else, .which has put such an idee into your headI"  Here, overcome with hcr burst of  indignation, sho began to cry,  while, the doctor, wholly misunderstanding her, attempted to smooth  gulls at- St. Ives dates kuck only  about fifteen to eighteen years.  Thc fishermen always ha+i a friendly feeling for the birds, as is the  case of all the fishing-places on tho  coast, but fchey did not project  them from persecution, id though  the chief persecutors were their  own children.  People,    natives      ami    visitor..  .-ho ',>,., h_.. ___.  _i_< x .        ',' nniused themselves by sho. ling ihe  uic matter somewhat bv savin .:    I       ..       . n       _���������������������������_ _   ���������������������������      i  ___ _ . ;_*__>.,_    t  x- .      -V-'fa ���������������������������    J- gulls  along the cliffs    and  in   lie  Mr     K  . . .. *.      l   tr CM8ing .y-������������������U.' h"bor-      Harrying the    gulls was  _i.iV J    g_ 1   V            J-   ���������������������������lh?Ug,_t>  l! ���������������������������������������������!������������������������������������    Popular    amnion  '_LL i������������������������������������77,7;an' r-should fed al/th'cm afi d   j  differently,  but krewing you  have ���������������������������      ���������������������������     -,,.   U,^'L    _"  ness  she should,  for Janet saw  it all���������������������������  ea.v how "old maxim" as she called  him,  had   worried  hcr    life  away,  and while cherishing for him a sentiment of hatred, she strove to comfort her young mistress,  who grew  weaker and weaker evcry clay, until   an last  the    husband  himself,  .aroused to a sense of her" danger,  ��������������������������� strove by little acts of kindness unusual in  hini to  make amends for  years of wrong.      Experience is a  thorough  teacher,  and    hc shrunk  from   the    bitter    memories which  spring from the grave of a neglected   wife, and he would rather that  Matty,  when  she  died,  should  not  turn away from him, shuddering at  his touch,  and asking him to tako  Iii1; hand from off her brow, just as  one brown-haired woman had done.  This feeling of his was appreciated  by Janet,  who in proportion as he  became tender  toward Matty,  was  respectful to him. until at last there  came to bc a tolerably good under-  Ktanding    between    them,  and she  was  suffered,   in  mosfc  matters,   to  have her own way.  With John she was a special favorite, and through his instrumentality open hostilities were prevented between herself and his mother,  until the latter missed another cup  ..oL-icllv-from-its, .ncw���������������������������hidingrplace.  Then,   indeed,   the  indignant African announced liei intention of go-  Ruggles's,"  'twelve shil-  hcap  uf  lei-  ing.at  once  to   "iMiss  who had  offered  hcr '  lings a week,  and  -a  eur _.;;  "Let hcr go," said John, who  knew Mrs. 1 higgles to be a fashionable woman, the mother of nine  children whose ages varied from one  11 fifteen; "lefc her go���������������������������she'll  glad to come back," and the  quel proved .he was right, for just  as it was beginning to grow light  on the second day of her absence,  some one rapped'' afc his window,  and a 'half-crying'voice whispered,  "Lefc nie in, John; I've been out  to  sarviee  t.iiougli.''  John 'complied with the "request,  and wlien Janet caine down to the  kitchen,- how was .she surprised at  finding Hannah there, leisurely  grinding her coffee, with an innocent look upon her sable face as if  nothing had ever .happened.'  John's raillery, however, loosened  her tongue afc last, and very minutely she detailed her grievances.  "She had done a two weeks' washing,  besides al  long as thc light of reason shone  in her blue eyes,���������������������������so long had they  rested on the rosebud within the  window,���������������������������the rosebud brought from  Harry's grave. Nestled among its  leaves was a half-opened bud, and  when none could hear, she wnisp-  ered softly to Janet, "'Place ifc in  my bosom just as you placed one,  years ago,-., when 1 was Harry's  bride."  To Nellie and to Maude she had  spoken blessed words of comfort,  commending to thc latter as to a  second mother thc little Louis,  who. trembling'with fear, had hid-  ded beneath fche bedclothes, so that  he could nofc sec thc white look tip-  on hcr face. Then to her husband  she had  turned,  pleading with all  ia    mother's    tenderness    for    her  : youngest   born���������������������������her      unfortunate  one.  "Oh, husband," .she said, "you  will care for him when I am gone.  Vou will love my poor, crippled  boy! Promise me this, and death  will nofc bc hard fco meet. Promise  mc, won't, you!" and the voice was  very, very faint.  He could not refuse, and bending  low,    he   said,    "Mattv, I   will, J  will."  ".Bless you,  my    husband,   bless  you for that,"  were Matty's dying  Ar'm-d s-^f"a r^h'c^i^  meeting together at Matty's eoflin  Alas, that such should be our life!  Underneath the willows, and by  the side of Katy, was Matty laid to  rest, and then the desolate old  house seemed doubly desolate ���������������������������.  Maude mourning truly for her mother, while the impulsive Nellie,  too, wept bitterly, for one whom  she had really loved. To the doctor,  however, a new-feeling had been  born, and in the society of his son  he found a balm for his sorrow, becoming ere long, to all outward appearance, the same exacting, overbearing man he had .been before.  Thc blows are hard and oft repeated which break the solid rock, and  there will come a time when tr.afc  selfish nature shall be subdued and  broken  down;     bufc His   not vet���������������������������  J <_  not yet.  And now, leaving him for a while  to himself, we will pass on to a  period when Maude herself shall  become in reality the heroine of  our storv.  money "  "Wretch!" fairly screamed the  insulted Janet. "So you confess  my property is afc the bottom of it,  but I'll fix ifc. I'll put an end to  it," and in a state of great excitement she rushed from fche room.  (To  be  continued.)   --_.   A MAN WHO HAD COURAGE.  How Mr. Ebbld hw.ifc  Saved the  Sc1. Gulls.  In.St. Ives, in Land's End, bird-  killing used to llourish almost  without protest. It has not wholly  ceased yet, te be sure, but one Jit-  tie incident, took place which seems  lo have been-remembered here and1  g me gin  emenfc of ������������������thc  owiiig stone*  and caught  them with baited hoots, and sot;  gins baited with fish on Wie 'sands.',  and  no  person   forbade  them.  Then Mr. I_bblethw.__.te appeared'  on the scene. He came from a  town in thc north of ____g_and, in  broken health, and herc.be stayed  a number of years,' liviag nJonc in  a small house down by febe waterside. He was very fond of the*gulls  and fed them every day; but his  example had no effect (mi others,  nor had his words when be went  aboufc day after day on fcho beach,  trying to persuade pcople lo desist;  from these senseless br.tta_it.es.  Finally he succeeded i_ getting  a number of boys summoned for  cruelty before the magistrates, and  although no convictions followed,  could be obtained,  since there  ,, iii , , _ i was no law or bv-law t������������������ bcJp him  there,  and .to  have brought about!-,   <...,.>.  ..  ������������������������������������������������������__  a merciful truce.    In "The  np  iind  until _  .It     wa.s  morning,   and  then,���������������������������early  i  long,   dreary   day-  had intervened, until at last it was  i midnight,      and      silence    reigned  throughout    fche    house.      Maude,  Nellie,  Janet and John,   had  wept  themselves    sick,    while    in    little  Louis's bosom there was a sense of  desolation which kept him wakeful,  even after Maude had cried herself  1,0 It.,   sleep.     Many  a  time   that  day  S('"   had he stolen into' the parlor, and  .climbing into a chair,   as best  he  could,   had    laid    his    baby check  against  the  cold,   white  face,   and  smoothing with his .dimpled hand,  the  shining    hair,   had   whispered,  "Poor,    sick   mother,    won't   you  speak  to  Louis any more'/"  lie knew better than most children of his age what was meant by  (i.n'h,���������������������������and a.s he lay awake, thinking how dreadful it was to have no  mother, his thoughts turned toward  h's father, who had that day been  toe. much absorbed in his own grief  to notice him.  "Maybe he'll love mc some  now  ma is dead," hc thought, and with  that  yearning for paternal sympa-  the  work,  and the j thy  natural   to  thc  motherless,   he  young 'ones   under i crept out   of'bed,  and groping his  way with his noiseless crutches to  his father's door, he knocked softly  I'or admittance.  "Who's there. V demanded Dr.  Kennedy, every nerve thrilling to  the answer.  "It's  me,   father;  won't vou  let  wliole   of   theni  her feet into the bargain. Then  at night, when .she hoped for a little rest, Mrs.'.higgles had gone off  to a. party and stayed till midnight,  leaving her with that squallin'  brat: but never you mind," said  .he, "f poured a little parcgol  down its throat, or my name ain't  Hannah," and with a siyli of relief afc her escape from "Miss liug-  gles," she finished her story and  resumed her accustomed duties,  whicli for many weeks she faithfully    performed,   finding    but    little  fault with lhc frequent suggestions   way.    Say. pa, will you love me  me in, for it's dark out here, and  lonesome, with her lying in the  parlor. Oh, father, won't you love  me a little, now mother's dead? 1  can't help ifc because I'm lame,  and, when I'm a man. 1 will earn  my own living.    I   won't  be in  tlie  v>  CHAPTER VII.  Four years and a half have passed  away since the  dark November  night when  Matty    Kennedy died,  and in her home all things are not  a.s they were then.    Janet, .the presiding genius of  thc household,  is  gone���������������������������married  a second time,  and  ijy"'this"iiYenfi1r_f_^ap"ed^^^  believes, the embarrassment of refusing ou right to bc Mrs. Dr. Kennedy; No. 3!    Not  that Dr.  Kennedy ever entertained the slightest  idea of making her    his wife,  but  knowing how highly hc valued money, and being herself "a woman of  property,"   Janet came at last to  fancy that he had serious thoughts  of offering himself to her.    He," on  the contrary, was only intent upon  the best   means of    removing her  from his house, for, though he was  nofc insensible to the comfort whicli  her presence brought; it was a comfort for which he  paid too dearly.  Still he endured it for nearly three  years,  but afc the end of that time  ho  determined  that she  should go  away, and as he  dreaded a scene,  he did not tell her plainly what he  meant,  but hinted,  and   with  each  hint the widow groaned afresh over  her  lamented Joel.  At last, emboldened by some fresh  extravagance, hc said to hcr one  day: "Mrs. .Blodgett, ah���������������������������ahem,"  here hc stopped, Avhilc Mrs. Blodgett, thinking hcr time had come,  drew out Joel's picture, which latterly she carried in her pocket, so  as to be ready for any emergency.  "Mrs. Blodgett, arc you paying  attention'/" asked the doctor, observing how intently she was regarding the picture of the deceased.  "Yes, yes," she answered, and  hc continued: "Mrs. Blodgett, I  hardly know what to say, but I've  been    thinking     for     some   time  past "  "J know you've been thinking,"  interrupted the. widow, "but it  won't do an atom of good, for my  mind was made, up long ago, and  1  shan't do   it,  and   if you've any  Land's  End" Mr. W. II. Hudson relates  the occurrence, as he heard of ifc.  Hc was talking" one day to a woman who deplored fche way her fellow countrymen were killing birds  of all kinds. . "I'm -* sure,"��������������������������� she  said, "fh.'.t if some one living here  would go about among the people  and talk to the men and boys, and  nofc be afraid of anything,  but try  to   get the  police  and  magistrates1^,.    For mc it was to ������������������<fi      somft.  to help   him,  he    could get these, fching ������������������  and i   have  n.w Lid  it.  things stopped iu tnne   jusfc as Mr    Doi       and-       ���������������������������       comc to        t  Lbblethwaite did about the_ gulls."   rauc])   ,the    sanic" thin--.      At    all  Who was Mr.  Lbblethwaite,  and   cvonts   j }mvc    on    Ulis ion  what was it he did about the gulls?;keDt ]lngkill'8 words in  ^ wm_  1 had been, off and on   a long time j cc,.nin-g lhc    filLi]iLv    of   nroddinfi  m the place, and had talked aboufc  the. birds  with a    score of people,  without  ever    hearing    this  name  hc yet in tin's indirect way accomplished bis object. He made himself ������������������__|)opulnr.  and was jeered and denounced as  an interfering person, especially  b������������������z thc women; bufc s'time of the  fishermen now began :to pl.uel  spirit and second his efforts.  ina little while it came to be  dersfcood that, law or no law,  gulls must not bc persecuted.  That is    what Mr.   EbbleLhwaiie  mentioned.    And  as   to  the  gulls,  they  were  well    enough  protected  by  the sentiment of the fisherfolk.  ..But_.it.. had _not_.been_so���������������������������always..  On inquiry, I found twenty persons to tell mc all about Mr. Eb-  blethwaite, who had been very  well known to everybody in thc  town, bufc as hc had' been dead  some years, nobody had remembered to tell me about him.  ���������������������������Jt now came out that thc very  strict   protection   awarded  to    the  and scratching at that think, insensible crust which be;3 above the  impressible part in men onLess we  come through with a deep thrust-  somewhere.  COLLABORATORS TN EVIL.  "Tt wa.s satai ." said a mother  to one of her children, "who pui  it into your head fco pnM Kl.������������������.ic'".������������������=  hair."  "Perhaps it was," replied the  hopeful, "but kicking ber shins  was my own idea."  A flavoring used the same 113 lemon or vtnilln,  By dissolving grranulaled suwar in water bbi!  ndclini. Mapleinc, a delicious sy_ipf is mude and  a syrup better than maple. Mapldneii sold by  HToccrs. it not send 50c for 2 oz. bottle and  recipe book. Cre.cenl __%. Co., Seattle, Wb.  COLT DISTEMPER  Ciin be )i������������������mll(_ very ohhIIj. Tho nick aro cured, und ������������������M other. In  1-nmonti.lile, no matter )iuw"������������������x|io������������������. I." kept. rnmlm ,i_ the ill������������������-  wise.-hy _lnr HI'OHNt. LIQUID IMHTB.VIl'KIl - Cl/ltll (live on  the tniieiioorlnfeiHl. -Acta on tho blood unil exjieki ptrmx of nil  forms of distemper. Onu iMittlOKiinruntac. to cureontxnis n. . o  (ind ������������������l u bottle; W ������������������ntl 110 do .11, of driiKElKtit or Ml h������������������rne>n  dealers. Cut kIiowh how to poultice UitoMk. Our frou liookli-i  Elves everythlni.. Lamest bcIIIjis horse remedy In e _Ht_K;c-  llfteon years. UI8TUIIIUTOKS1 All tVliol<���������������������������_. Iirug Udum*.  S 1*0UN MEDICAL CO., Chrml������������������(������������������   aud   Jlacterlclo . .tb, Goshen, IIM_. U. S. A.  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EC  CALCARY, VANCOUVER  ,*_.*' ;������������������  2������������������  1 HOME. |  CAKES.  xilol .h Cake. ��������������������������� Two cupfuls  pugav. three-quarters cupful o������������������  butter and lard, one cupful of  ���������������������������.atcj1. two oggs, two tcaspoonfuls  bakipg- yowdjer, three scant cupfuls  cf fl_tir' nutmeg to taste. Line  pie "pans with pie crust and fill  *ith, the above. Hub a little sugar,  .our, bnfcfcr, and nutmeg together  and)'sprin_.T. over the top and  bate.  Jyjjbon .Jake���������������������������Two and one-half  Cupels of flour, two arid one-half  tcqfpoonfMla of baking powder,  thre^-qua,. tors cupful butter, one  imd'o.ie-ff .tarter cupfuls of sugar,  thi'SP ������������������- ._#*> one-half lemon (thc  luicfe); , bnrcc-quartcrs cupfuls of  k-at'^r,  two tcaspoonfuls  chocolate  in though batter    foi.   the middle  ayev.    Thoro are  three   layers  in  hV.cake.    Put cake together with  ihocplate i.ing.  Cider Cake. ��������������������������� Cream together  half a cupful of butter ancl a cup-  In! of sugar, two cupfuls of sweet  ticky- are beaten into this, a pound  cf dried currants, a teaspoonful of  'allspice, and one of cinnamon, and  a tA.blcfcpdonful of soda are mixed  together with ten ounces of flour.  Four eggs, aro beaten light with  yol^s and white's separate and added to tho batter already-mixed,  and when the flour and fruit ancl  apices are beaten into the whole  and it, ifi beaten vigorously till  light bake in a moderate oven. The  cider gives the cake a most delicious flavor, and preserves it a long  tiro/?., ns well as keeping ifc moist.  : Metropolitan Cake.���������������������������-Two cupfuls of granulated sugar, one-half  cupful of butter, yolks of three  eggs, ono cupful of sweet milk.  Beat w .11 for five minutes, then  beat again after adding three and  on .-hall.cups of flou-r with three  . ve.n laasfidonfuls of baking powder.' Tatfe half of the mixture ancl  adpf teaspoonful each of cloves, allspice, an.'cinnamon. Bake in layer'pans'and use the following filling:��������������������������� Ono and one-half cupfuls of  - gramilatodjs-u'gar and one cupful of  watcr boiled until ifc will make a  soft ball in water; then add the  whites of . tw.o oggs, beaten stiff,  and beat until stiff enough to put  on cake.  Marshmallow Cakes.���������������������������One cupful .sugar, -one-quarter'cupful of  butter, creamed, yolks fcwo eggs  well beaten; beat all together until fine and creamy, then add  three-fourths cups sifted Hour, two  teaspoons baking powder. Bake in  two Inyc.. Marsh mallow nut filling': . W.iim eighteen" marshmal-  lows in th'c oven until soft, spread  ou cake with warm knife and  cover with -. frosting made of the  stiffly beaten whites of two eggs,  one-half cupful chopped nut meats  and confectionery sugar to make  the right consistency to spread.  Marslunaliow chocolate filling: Use  thc mavshrnallows as directed  above and cover with a chocolate  _rnstin _.mado-of_.h_c_.st.iffl.v beaten  whiles ofc two eggs, one square of  grated chocolate and confectionery sugar.  Nougati nc Cake���������������������������Make a delicate butter cake and hake in a.  square, shallow pan, so it will be  about three-fourths of a innch  thick when dune. Cover with a  creamy, thick chocolate frosting,  and above this a layer of boiled  frosting filled with minced and  browned  almonds.  stirring often, until.thick. Remove  from fire, add small teaspoonful of  butter and three tablespoonfuls of  sweet cream. Pour into previously baked shell. Beat to a stiff  froth the whites of two eggs, add  two lablespoonfuls of granulated  sugar and one-half teaspoonful of  lemon juice. Spread lightly on pic  and put into moderately heated  oven  to brown slowly.  ALL AROUND THE HOUSE.  Bed Pad.���������������������������A cheap cotton blanket with one ' thickness of cotton  batting between and tied like a  comfort makes an excellent bed  pad.  Palm Hint.���������������������������"When leaving home  for a few days ancl wishing to keep  your palms and other plants watered during your absence, take a  tub and get as many, common  bricks.as you havc.pots to place in  thoHub. Cover with watcr, whicli  the bricks will absorb, ancl the  plants will draw, all thc moisture  they require and keep in good condition for many clays.  Glycerin Help.���������������������������All table linen  stains, fruit ancl even coffee stains  where there is cream in thc coffee,  may be removed by rubbing the  spots with pure glycerin. Lefc it-  remain a while then 'rinse in lulce-  Thc'   most  delicate  are not  warm water.  silks, woolen,  and., calico  injured.    Sometimes ifc is best "to  let    the   glycerin    remain   several  hours before washing.  Bed Covering for Sick. ��������������������������� Blankets are the best bed covering, being warm ancl not weighty, and  easily laurdorcd. Fresh blood-  spots can bc removed from blankets" or ticking by spreading over  the spobji paste of fine starch. Allow ifc to" dry, then rub off. If the  slain has not entirely'disappeared  the second application will, as a  rule, prove effectual.  ��������������������������� Care of Silver.���������������������������Put silverware  in an aluminum kettle with enough  boiling water to cover it. _oil until silver is bright. Dry thoroughly Use one quart of lukewarm  wafer, with teaspoonful of baking-  soda dissolved in it. Pub in silverware and let stand several .hours  until bright.  To Freshen Up . Furs.���������������������������Mussed  ���������������������������furs can be made as good as new  in the following" manner:- Brush  the wrong 'way of thc fur with a  wet hair brush. After having dried  thoroughly, in the open air, beat  on thc right side' with a rattan.  Then 'comb the right way of Lhc  fur with a coarse comb.  Bcnovating Furs.'���������������������������Thc following  treatment will make, furs look like  new: Put them out of doors and  air thoroughly. Beat them gently.  Then place on pressing board, cover with a sheet of white blotting  paper, press lightly with a moder  alclyj.ot iron, ancl thc-fur will, re  gain its beauty.  __ **  THE DARK DAYS OF  STOMACH TROUBLE  bc  A HOY AT, GIFT.  King Presents Historic Objects to  .South Africa.  Thc mementos of the signing of  the South African Union act which  the King has decided to present to  South Africa will be despatched to  the Governor-General this month.  It is probable that they will find'a  permanent resting place in Parliament House at Cape Town when  the representatives of United  South Africa assemble in thc autumn of next year. In addition to  the table, which is of ornate workmanship, there are a large inkstand, with a massive gold top, upon which are engraved the Jloyal  arms, a gold pen, th'c Commission  giving thc Royal assent, and the  parchment to which will bc attached thc Great Seal in orange wax.  A similar course was followed in  connection with the inauguration  of the Australian Commonwealth,  the pen used by Queen Victoria in  Obstinate     Indigestion     Can  Cured by a Fair Use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.  No trouble causes more widespread suffering and discomfort  than indigestion. The ailment  fakes various forms. Some victims  are ravenous for food; others turn  sick and faint at the sight of  meals; but as a rule every meal is  followed by intense pains in thc  chest, heartburn, sick headaches,  dizziness and shortness of breath.  Indigestion assumes an obstinate  form because ordinary medicines  only subdue its syinptoms^-but do  nol: cure. So-called prcdigestcd  foods only make the digestion more  sluggish, and ultimately make thc  trouble lake a  chronic form.  Dr. Williams' I'ink Pills cure in- affixing her signature to thc Com  digestion because they go right to  the. root of the trouble. They  make new,' rich blood that invigor.  ates weakened organs, ' thus  strengthening the digestive system  so that the stomach docs its own  work. That is the l>r. Williams'  way���������������������������the rational way���������������������������to cure indigestion and. lhe ailments that  arise from it. .This has been proved time after time in'the published  cures wrought    by     Ur.   Williams'" i   "i thought 1 would write'you a few lin.s  Pink Pills.    Miss Blanche Wallace, fto lot you l������������������uo������������������v how   thankful   T_.ni   for  Dartmouth. "_.  S..   says:��������������������������� "J suffered  greatly   with     my   head   and :Pills  stomach,   and   often   took   fainting  spells. J  could not retain anything  on my\toniach and while T. naturally craved   food   I   really dreaded  mealtime  with   the  pain  ancl    discomfort  that  followed.    .1   tried ca  number  of   remedies,  but-got  mission, and other historic objects,  being presented to the Commonwealth Government.  CURED HIS RHEUMATISM.  Yarmouth, >'.S.. ���������������������������Tunc 2nd, 1908.  "T havc been bothered with Uhruuiati.m  for the pas', year and have lakcn a i.oo.1  many kinds of medicine and found no relief for it.   ���������������������������  "One day n friend advised me to try Gin  Pill... ,=o T did, and after tnkintr only one  box of them.  1 felt like a new man.  .the relief Ihey jcavc -me, and would advise  - sill Mifi'ei'ers from  Rheumatism  to Ret Gin  WM. CONTY.  Sample free if you write National Drus  <_ (Jhem. Co.. (Dept. W.I;.). Toronto. All  Dealers have Gin Pills at _0u. a box���������������������������6 for  ������������������2.50.  110  relief. My mother was using- \)r.  Williams' Pink I'ills at the time  with so much benefit that she induced mc to try them. Thc result  was .that soon thc trouble had  passed away, and .L have since en-  jeved the- best of health.;;  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills arc sold  by all medicine-dealers or will be  senb by mail afc r_ cents a jox. or  six boxes for $_...0 _by writing The  Or.      "Williams'  Brockville, Out*  Medicine      Co.,  OftOSS, SLEEPLESS BABIES .  ARE SICKLY BABIES  Wh n little ones arc sleepless  and cross.it is a sure sign that  they are not well. Probably thc  little stomach or the bowels is oufc  of order, or the child may be suf-  fering_from_ teething troubles. Give  TTaby' s~0wif Tai. cts ~arfd^Wd^lfmr  quickly the child    grows well  and  happy and sleeps soundly not lhc  drugged sleep of '''soothing'' medicines, but the natural sleep of  health.  Mrs.  Edward Sicord, Mas-  Pic  PJES.  I int.--When making pics, if  kinongc, Que, says: "I" have nsed  Baby's Own Tablets for indigestion and other troubles of childhood, and they always work like a  'charm;' They always'keep my lit-"  lie one well." Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 2.. cents a box  from The Ur. Williams' .Medicine  Co., Brockville. Ont.  the pans are greased with a little  butter il will mako lhe bottom  crust brown ami llaky and" pre.out  tilt' crust- ft'oni becoming __nff.  wliich is so often the case wiih  custard or .pumpkin pics. It also  makes the pie easier to remove  from (he pans.  Custard Pie.���������������������������Scald and let cool  oue pint of milk. Stir one fable-  spoonful of sifted flour into five of  sugar. Beat, yolks of three eggs to  a-cream. Add'to the ���������������������������'mixed ..Hour  nnd. sugar, ,one teaspoonful vanilla    the whites'of three eggs,  and  lastly, the vnilkj by degrees. 'Grate j Dennis Murphy, nor Pete Murphy,  for  anv  STH.L ONI:', MORI..  A" freckled-faced   girl  stopped at  e   post-oliice  and yelled  out:---  "Anything  for the  Murphys?''  '"'Xo, (here  is not."  "Anvthing  for  Jane   Murphv?"  "Nothing.''  "Anvthing for  Ann Murphv?''  "No'."  "Anything for Bob Murphy ?"   '  "No, not a bit."      '  "Anything   for Terry   Murphy?'.'  nor   for Pat -Murphy,   nor  th.'. lau^duy.   . ..  Ironing.--When ironing fine  white waists or- underwear lay a  bath towel on ironing board, lay  buttoned side on it, and iron over  wrong side of garment. Between  buttons will be ironed ancl not any  ironed off.  Scorched Clothes.-���������������������������Tf you should  scorch any colored goods, such as  linen, percale, etc., dip instantly  in vinegar, then wash and rinse  well.  Soap l.ccip...���������������������������Simple soap recipe which has never failed : !:"our  ancl a half pounds of .clear grease,  one can of any lye, one quart of  water, havc the grease warm, the  lye melted in thc water; strain the  grease two or three times, using a  piece'of cheese-cloth: also strain  the lye inlo the grease, stirring  well for about five minutes until if  is thoroughly mixed. Let stand  'u'IjoTTcTi v o~6T-~s i 5r"11tTTn's_==^,lTCi t^ uitli^r  onto a board and cut out into  squares, having poured the mixture into a pan. The soap ,\;ill  float on wafer like cork and does  nol injuie the hands  Wash Blankets.���������������������������Prepare soapsuds of a good soap, rinse in several warm wafers. To dry, use  your quilling frames; pin tightly  "al! edges-; "pinning- close together.  Pry indoors. Your blankets will  be straight.  1)0   _VE  1,1 VK  LONG Kit  NOW 2  _______ *  The  Deatli   Hale   of Infants    Has  Sligiilly Tncrea. i:<!.  When one cor skiers the enormous strides whieh have been made  during thc last half century in  science as applied to the- maintenance and development of human  life, it might 'naturally bc supposed that our chances of" living to a  ripe-old age are very much greater  than were those of our-parents and  grandparents. _  As a matter ' of fact, people do  live longer jo-day than fc'.:.y did  thirty" years, lorly, or fifty years  ago. The average increase,. however, has not been five ' or ten  years, as' one might expect, but  oniv' six months. As '''Claudius  Clear," of the "British Weekly,"  remarks, this result, which is based on reliable statistics, is undoubtedly  very startling.  In spite of the improvements  made in sanitation and the general  .���������������������������onditioi) of thc masses, ifc appears  that the death-rate of infants of  less than one year old has slightly  increased, although when a child  has once passed its first birthday  ifc stands a better chance of increased length of life than it may  have done two or three decades  age.  Up to the age of lifty'-livc it  seems that there is a. decrease in  the average death-rate, but after  that age. as in the case of babies  under twelve mouths, there is an  increase us compared wilh the rate  oL-nast .years.    Thc  conclusion ar-  FARMS FOR SALE.  The finest post--,  tion and one of  the best farms'  in Lennox _n4  Adclinffton - adi  joining Dobo-.  ronto. 180 acres'  in a good stats  of cultivation, ample buildings, 3 houses,-  bank barn, sheep shed and stables, plentr!  of water aud convenience.. niasjnifice ut view,  of bay and river. Must be sold- at once.f  Thousand down, balance spread over 19;  years. Could well bc divided between two'  friends.  jjC_3p Beautiful 1-2 section. 12 miles north  "^ of Saskatoon. Sa.sk., close to Canadian Northern Railway and elevator. N 1-2'  S28. township 38, _3we..t of 3. Pri .��������������������������� ;>sl_dl  $ .000. Make best bid and do it c_uic_.:  Mu3t be sold.  JC^CftnClose   to corporation of __rnil-  w _������������������ _������������������uVton. 26 acres, oa line ofelectria  railway, suitable for   peache..   pears,   apples, etc.   Beautiful situation.  J 7500 N<",f"0,k County, choice farm   of  ���������������������������*    w150   acre,  10  miles south-west  of Slmcoc, solid brick residence,'10 rooms,  ample barns, abundant water, also tenant  house  and barns.   Terms ea.-^.v.  .     JOHN N. LAKE, or WM. E. DYER,.  11. King West, Toronto.  countries it is so modified that il  is nearly a harmless amusement.  One recalls the "wax bullets".of  thc. French duels. Another- ilhts-"  tration is given in a book called  '���������������������������'Things Korc-m," by Dr. tf. N.  Allen. It seems that in that country, unless the battle be between"  a gentleman and his wife, the  prime requisite for a fight is the  presence of  peacemakers.  Two   men  may    begin    a  wordy  battle,  separated it may be-by the  width  of  thc    road,   across   which  space  they    proceed    to    describe  their grievances.'   They arc polite, "  and the man    who .has   "the  jfbor ���������������������������  keeps it till  cither  his   arguments  or - his    breath    fails.      They aro  splendid   talkeis,   and. this   discus-.  sion isv maintained     in loud tones,  so that all the wayfarers  and tho  neighbors  may  hear.  Soon  an    interested    crowd    as- <  scmblcs.  and    their   -presence naturally ��������������������������� lend',    inspiration,   to the'  perfornicrs, who redouble their efforts,  till one of them may finally;  wind up a severe  tirade, addressed'  to  the crow.,    regarding the cpia-'  lily  of  thc ancestors , of a person -  who  could  conduct himself as hia"  opponent has. clone.  This will cause the other man ;to ,  start across the  road for thc "ma-  ligner of his progenitors, and'their  tho self-appointed peacemaker-will  step out from the/.crowd, and at-.-  tempt- te  restrain the  valiant, one",  ���������������������������  who,-finding himself in firm hands,"  will    struggle     'with    wcll-fcigncd  earnestness to get at his antagonise,  who by .this-   time    is himself ,  struggling' in 'the hands of his owu"  i peacemaker.  Should one of these men actually wish to get at his enemy.'he can  .  simply jump out of his loose   gar-,  ments,   whicli will   be left in  -tho.  peacemaker's   hands.      Sometimes  this happens accidentally,   and an  unintenfioned encounter is precipitated.      Ordinarily,   however,    the.  personal violence done on these occasions    is    restricted    to    pulling .  hair,   or   possibly    drawing    blood  from  au  accidental    bump  on  tho  nose.  I-llood  never fails  to  calm    both '"  parties and   cast _t    spell   over the  crowd,     probably  because    of    its  marked   effect  on   the    while   gai':  menis thus ruined.  in.i: ih.xti.ovs (w.sir and  v..ij'..m,i._.  rived at is thai a man whose age  is anywhere between thirty-live  and sixty-live has no belter expectation of life than his faiher had  at the same age. If there is any  change his expectation has slightly  diminished.  And  as  with   man    so    . ii.].   woman,   although,   according   to   one  authority,   it  senni';  -that  thc  im  provoment   is slightly  more "marked in  female than   male mortality.  The  question   naturally  arises���������������������������  "Is  there   any  prospect  of   a   further improve ment in ihe length of  life?"    [Victors are not very hope-1  ful.   although  they   point  out   that |  Moth.  ^Give-the-Childrcn-a^Chanca^  Sp.-inl .ii4. dots not cure chilcl-'un ofl'e.l-  woiliiij;. There N a constitutional cause  for this trouble. .Mrs. .M. .summers, liox W  720, Windsor, Out., will semi free lo :niy.  mother liir miccc. . 'ul home iivutment,  with full instructions. _euil no money,  but write her U>-cl:iy If your Hiilili .11  trouble you in this w.-iy. Don't blame tho  child, the cliuucc: ;o-e it can't help it.  This irc.itmunt also cures aclull.s aiul avj-ed  people troubled wilh urine (iiflivulti.-i by  day or r.iglil. ----- - ._  A small boy never looks eomfor<  table  in his   .undav clothes.  "No,  then;  doubt    that  thc  chance.  ,   can  lie   no  Quite  frequently a heading such ; (.j,ji(| a)Ul ihe youth have a better  as the   aboi-e  strikes    one's alien-'  (ion   in   the   papers.     Mow   foolish  it is of people to keep money in the  house that  may    be,   destroyed  by  unexpected lire.  COO!)   NKWS  l-'OU TIIK IH.A !���������������������������  A   celebrated  New    York  Aurist  h'irc is not thc only way in whicli 'has been selected to demonstrate to  your money may disappear if kept j deaf people that deafness is a dis-  itv the house.    Thieves  may break  case and can bc rapidly and easily  through and steal  and there    are ! cured  in your own home  nutmeg on top.    Bake twenty tuin- j 'nor  Paul    "Murphy,   nor  ut-es. (Murphy,  dead, living, .born or un-  Orange     Cream     Pie.���������������������������Mix   or; born,   native or    foreign,   civilized  shake  together   one-half   cupful  of j or uncivilized,  granulated sugar.  _ .0" tablespoon- j ous,  male    or  In Is of    corn    starch,    and a tiny  pinch  of salt.    To    the    juice and  grated rind  of one   finely   flavored  orange   add    one    cupful    of   cold  water.    Pour     this    mixture  over  savage or barbar-  . female, black or  white, franchisee! or unfranchised,  naturalized or otherwise. No,  there is positively nothing for any  ol ihe Murphys, either individually, jointly, severally, now and for  .ell beaten yolks of two eggs. Add lever, one and inseparable."  this liquid to sugar and corn T'he girl looked at I lie posti. as-  siarch, pouring on gradually, stir- ; ter in astonishment ancl said,  ring continually to prevent lumps j "Please to look if there is any-  forming.      Cook  in double boiler, 1 thing for Clarence Murphy."  numerous ways in which your hard  earned cash may be lost to you forever. -  The Traders Bank of Canada,  with over One .Hundred Branches  in Canada, offers special facilities  to Savings 1. ink Depositors. People who live in the country or some  distance from a Bank may easily  transact all their business by mail.  Write to Advertising Department,  The Traders Bank of Canada, Toronto, mentioning this paper and  they will send you a handsome  booklet entitled, "Banking by  Mail." explaining how you may  easily do your banking safely and  promptly ��������������������������� through   the mail.  He'-proposes" to prove this fact  by sending to any person having  trouble with their ears a trial  treatment of this new method absolutely free. We advise all people wlio havc trouble with their  ears to immediately address Dr.  Edward Gardener. Suite; 9M','" No.  -10 West Thirty-third street. New  York City, and we wish to assure  them  that they will receive by re  turn inail. absolutely tree, ;  Treatment."  KOKI.AN Dl'BbS.  Trial  ri_h:  v. holly  :n .   is  probably  nowhere  a  !u:,i  art,  altho'.'.gh  in  some  ZK������������������g3i__S������������������S__t_3_l_S_  LA GRIPPE  Arrested, and Consumption Cured  Mr. G. D.Colwell.of Walkerville, Ont.  was stricken clown with La Grip,-.: in 1906  end it left him in very bad condition. He  ������������������������������������ys: I was cllrun down and bordering on  Consumption. 1 could notslccp at n:ghts,  had awful sweats, and coughed nearly the  whole time. This is how 1 was "when I  began to take Psychine, in a low nervous  stale; but from the first bottle I began to  improve. It did marvels for me and brought  me b.ck to health in no .time, making's new  man of me.. It fortifies the body .against  thc attacks of La Grippe and is a sure pre-.  Ycntative. I always takc-Psychine if I feel  a cold coming on end it puts me right in  ao time."  NO HOME SHOULD  BE  WITHOUT PSYCHINE  For Sale by all Drure'uh in.. Dealers, 50c. k $1  ptr bottle.  Dr. T. A. SL0CUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  JOUNCED SI-KEEN THE ENDEEBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 31, 1910  BASE  BALLS  MASKS  MITTS  BATS  Everything for  the boys  to  make  the game  Rubber  BALLS  and all  the little  things  for the  boys and  girls that  goto  make  happiness  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every  Thursday at   Enderby, B.C. at  S2 per year, by. the Walker Press.  Advertising. Rates; Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advei .isinpr. $1 an inah per month.  Lcr.i1 Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Readinj. Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  MARCH 31. 1910  SOME  "DIFFICULTIES"  On another page wc produce tlie  full text of tlie by-law regulating the  use of the City Hall, recently made  law by the .Municipal Council. One  cannot read the by-law without  wondering what is the age in which  we are living, and questioning in a  kindly spirit if the city fathers have  X  PRO BONO PUBLICO  _    XT   T      ���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������  (Correspondents will please be brief and avoid  personalities. The Editor reserves the right to  reject any correspondence or part of correspondence that does not bear on the question at issue,  or treats the subject in a personal interest rather  than   in   the  interest  of the public.    Be brief.  LESSON TWO  IN  SALESMANSHIP  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: I am willing to satisfy  your curiosity respecting my particular brand of thought. A very few  words will do it.  I thought that Mr. Walker had a  very poor idea of what constitutes  good salesmanship, judging by the  article to which I referred, and, pardon me, I think it still.  Of course I am completely squashed  by your editorial foot-note, but I  think it must haw. been written in a  hurry, otherwise you would have had  time to notice that I did not criticise  <$>_^������������������$������������������$������������������$$<$>$<e>������������������3>������������������_>������������������_X_>_>������������������$>&���������������������������. _<���������������������������><$> ,<S)$>������������������$K^_)$<S)<$_)^^  We want  to prove it  A. REEVES  Druffffist & Stationer  Ciifi'St.  .ndi-rby  by-law of this type.       After reading  ,'the  by-law    through    one   docs    not  ��������������������������� need to ask to know the "difficulties'  in the  way  of thc    City  Hall  being  : used by    the   City   Band or for any  ' other public purpose.     It would seem  that the city   fathers havc mistaken  the intention  of the city in erecting  a building of this nature.   If it were  - j known  when   the   by-law   was voted  on that the uses of the building were  to be so restricted, we doubt seriously if it   would   have    carried.      Certainly this was not the intention of  the people; nor was it the intention  of the old   members   of   the   present  j Council,    if   their   public   utterances  1 meant   anything.       The    regulations  lOc'are more severe than those observed  25c  in the larger cities,  where they have  25c; other   public   buildings   that   can be    i used for   general   purposes, and here  JllSt arrived: Shipment Of Spring ;i" Enclerby   where   the   town is kept  Hats, in latest Styles and Shades  Poor erecting buildings which cannot   . ; he used more than four hours a week,  Fresh Groceries always in stock. .it doos  secm ' like  foHy  to make a  TTT, - 0       -���������������������������. i holy temple out of what is generally  -WilSSlGr     &     ]^\,Q.ng-recognized the world over as a utility   building.   Of course,  thc city fathers  knov  not outdone themselves in framing a   Mr   Henry's methods, but only your  in bulk and package  L. L. May's Seeds, 3 for    ���������������������������  Steele-Briggs'        6 for  Plunket & Savage, G for  action in holding them up as a model  Where in my letter do you find me  claiming to know anything at all  about thc nursery business? Can you  find it anywhere?  No, sir; I would not presume to  tell Mr. Henry anything about his  business, for he has probably forgotten more about it than I ever knew,  but I have a kind of lingering suspicion that I can tell you something  about ��������������������������� salesmanship.  As you say, it certainly seems  cruel that my modesty should have  prevented your friend adding a few  more millions to Jxxs pile, but don't  be too hard on me, I really didn't  know how great his loss had been  until you mentioned it.  I am, sir, yours very meekly,  W. A. DOBSON.  In our Clothing Department we carry as  fine a line of Men's Suits as i& manufactured in Canada.' Now' is the time to get  your  A NURSEMAID NEEDED  The following bit of. a "roast" given by the Summerland Review, will  apply with equal force to the entertainments given in Enderby: "The  other evening at an entertainment in  town both the entertainers and the  audience as a whole were thoroughly  disgusted   by  the  behavior  of  a  few  City Meat  E. WOODS, Proprietor  tho;  "The best Fresh,  Salt and Cured  . Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish '.  weekly; eggs and vegetables.:  individuals who pose as "men.." Men  iest, but we believe if it were   of this particular type ought each to  av-M  !eft to the public the vote would be j ,,c provi(led  wJth   a   five.ceDt rattle,  ������������������i_ ___<_._   tor utility first, .at least until we are j   . ... __.  i able to afford, the   luxury of a silent i along With   a   mce   tin   tray   and a  ' chamber-clothed in  stately  authority   hammer and   sent   with a nursemaid  and  compelling  respect through  fear  j rather than through service.  JOHN HOUSTON  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  rivate  Liy*7*  ._;  ��������������������������� Many cf the writers who have been  tossing bouquets at John Houston,  sinco his   death   a    little while ago,  'never knew the man. Therefore their  remarks have been commonplace. But  here is a man who did know Houston  ���������������������������better, perhaps, than any writing  man in tlie province. Of the dead  journalist, R. T. Lowery says:    ������������������������������������������������������ When   John Houston  died' at Ques-  Rubber-tired Single and Double ncl t,!n oUlcr day   tne west lost one  _   i��������������������������� ,      i  ��������������������������� i of its most fearless,  industrious and  rigs;    Stylish   drivers;    new bar- picturesque    journalists.     Since    the  ness; everything  up-to-date and (la-vs of '7J- '������������������ Virginia City John had  will ''������������������i-._      Whon vnii u.i������������������i.   . vio-  boen i(lcntifi������������������I with the fourth estate  \v_._-_ept.    When you \vi_x. a ng in all the statcs |JCtween A]aska an(1  for a Slindav* drive,   speak for it Mexico.     A little over twenty years  __._.     nc. mu <.n.   _.    hirn _n. e 'iv_   'ag0 he    camc    into    B.  C, and since  eany, as my nnest   tinn-OUtS die  then  his name has become almost a  usually spoken for in advance.        household    word    in    this   province.  :He published papers at Donald, New  4 !____���������������������������   JVl5_f_'r������������������f>_A_  _       I Westminster,      Nelson,      Ainsworth,  liOr  mat .HeWS Kaslo, New Denver, Rossland, Prince  Enderby-nupcrt and Foit Geor?'e-    With the  to a room1 set apart for. the kids."  Enderby district is fulled with possibilities for the man who is looking  for success by the only way in. which  it is ever found���������������������������by honesty and hard  work.   Don't be afraid to venture !  Live a full, free, active, helpful,  sympathetic life and the bats of  superstition and fear won't nest in  your belfry.  Don't wait until the selection is depleted.  The BEST are sure to be taken first. Our  prices in every line have been marked down  PEABODYS' Come  UNION  MADE  OVERALLS  ���������������������������n*fi .."������������������������������������������������������_;.���������������������������  iAO^      '_������������������������������������������������������_..___  For Salo by  in and  get our  shoe  prices  We handle all  the best makes  and have in  stock 5,000 pair  to choose from.  Look where  you  will you  cannot find as -  good quality for  the price.     In  footwear we  lead all-competitors.-    Let  us  prove it to you.  To be healthy: breathe more, eat  less, and think well or not at all of  everybody.  jCIi___.S.ttest_  When you get' your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.    1  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies <.  _>  <$>������������������<J _/_^<jX������������������<^_>8>������������������_>������������������^>������������������<^������������������^_><$_:.> ���������������������������>������������������<S><^S _>������������������<e>_^  Campbell's Varnish Stains are scientifically prepared from soluble colors, combined with the toughest hard  gum floor   Varnish,   In   such   a way  . . t,     ���������������������������   ,._       .     , ! that this  Stain  works like a trans-  Live your   life   indifferent    to   the : parent Lacquer.   Nothing like it for  scorn of others, or follow the others [use on Floors, Furniture, andTnter-  and   secure    the   scorn   of   yourself, i ior      Woodwork. Very     durable.  Take your choice. i Stains and  Varbishes at one opera  tion.   A. Fulton sells it.  ENDERET  Hotel  ception'-rif^tlfree, They "were all pio-  Ineer papers���������������������������the first in camp. Hous-  , ton was fearless, and used his papers  as a rule to further his political aims  ���������������������������and ideals.     He was egotistical, and  could  not   brook   opposition.     If he  could   not   rule   an    individual or a  party hc would  fight    them to a red  finale.    Ho was troubled   with  a weak  The Home Of   the Old-Timer 'liKostion    and   a  cranky    liver,  and  _v_l  *���������������������������___   oV_..1_   nf    _li_    Mmr    tll0sc Lu'������������������   (lemonH   often caused him  and .tne. abOde   OI    til. .INeYV-.to abuse    his   friends . and   act in  a  Comer.   All Will find a Warm   ""ici' that lead    the thoughtful   to  wfllpnmoar fhp r_innnf.____._P ?*cI.uim tlmt tlie WJl11 >������������������ only n knifo-  WeiCOmSdl tne piOllCeinOUbe  blade   seam   between    Junius and in-  and you'll be made to feel at 'snmty.   His heart was i>.K as an ox  1_/_itY_-   nnmatfop   irh.n   unn   w������������������cn you fomul.Uic key to iL.'but hii.  nome, no mauei. wnen you .mti..i. .as intense if you threw mud  hang Up yOUr hat. at lliH' Menls,  theories or plans.   He  was a fighter, mentally and physical-  .1    ,  .    ���������������������������mi_   ,it    r_ ��������������������������� ly aml tllis (J"n"ly m������������������i<lo him a hero  H.   W.   WRIGH I,- Proprietor. "������������������ the cyos   of   men    who bin zed the  trails in the wild, rich and beautiful  West. John did not love the tender-  ��������������������������� feet or the ".Johncoir.'clatelies," as he  was wont to call them. He .was a  'natural pioneer, and the fresh, rough  life of a new camp appealed more to  him than the white shirts of an  effete, even if perfumed civilization.  Ho wa.s blunt in manner, but those  .who knew him best could ever see the  broad vein of .gold- that ran through  his formation. Death pays many'a  debt and makes our enemies throw  bouquets where once they heaved  Anyone sending a sltotch and description may rocks, so since John .limhod t-lin ������������������_i  (illicitly ascertain our opinion freo whether an i,no< n.u ������������������llll-i- 'J0iin.Uimi.CU tlie gOl-  luvontlon Is prohnbly piiloiiMiblo. Coniniunlci. den stairs to push clouds with the  tions strictly confidential. HA _ BOOK on I'ntnnts 'nn,Ppi(, ,,n ,,,-.,,, r,.;���������������������������nA o,_l _���������������������������  sent froe. Oldest nt'oncy forsecurtnif patents. tiiifcUb,   ail,   I10LI1   lliend   and   foe,   are  Patents taken throuWi J1UI1H& Co. receive    ; eager  to  decorate    Iiis  bier  with  the  ���������������������������p^l^c.. wlrtoutcte_o.lnu,o  ;flov.ers   Qf   lovCi   flnd   n>r*ot   l^l  JhO  ; ture in its ruthless .march had caused  A handsomely UlnBtratert weekly. Law., clr- .,lim f.������������������ .(JroP ,hls.1ft,?lc' l)cn antl CI'������������������S������������������  emotion of any Bdentiii������������������ journal, ionus for the divide into that mysterious ter-  Qanada. .83,75 a year, po.ta.o prepaid,   bold by      ,itory     th(;it    ,I(JS     b(jyo*(1    thc!,raVc  tor has ever  Enderby  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ATENTS  Trade Marks  DESIGN3  Copyrights 4c.  pecuu nonce, wnmiuu w-uiuk . m mu  Scientific 3lmm\.  .1 newsclualen,  MIIW_ __Pn3G1Broadway,NpwYnrk    -from  which    no    Pr������������������sPCctor  Iflynll &bO.;D'      .vJEJP     returned.-Grccnwood Ledge  Branch Olllco, 025 F St., WostiUii.toii, u. o. ������������������  DON'T PAY RENT  When for a very reasonable figure you can buy a  bungalow, with hardwood floors, open fireplace, bath,  W. C., sink, range, hot and cold water laid on, electric light, telephone and all modern conveniences. Up-to-date  stable with loose boxes. Situated on one of the best building  sites in the Northern Okanagan, with glorious view of Endorby  and surrounding country.   Apply at once���������������������������  GARDOM BROS., 800*;"Granville St.,  Vancouver,  B. C.  We can  still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  on  cut at the present time  Our Sausage_is stHlla  Leader  Full assortment of  E  pfcjjgr  J U ST      IN  Let me supply your wants.     Oats that are positively free  from foul seed of any nature.    Also Wheat,  Clover, Timothy, all Field Seed.  We handle the Alberta Seal Flour.  WALTER     ROBINSON  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,   -.-Enderby, B. C.  Horseman's  Supplies  You furnish the horse flesh nnd I  will do the rest. In addition to my  buggies, cutters nnd sleighs, my  blacksmith shop and wagon works, I  have placed in stock a complete out-  lit 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  F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Repa red  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Bnderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed >**.  '/  t>  Thursday, March 31, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  rice  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Having disposed of our nursery grounds to be cleaned up by May,  I am prepared to offer special prices on all cash bargains.  Splendid assortment of ornamental trees, acclimated stock, having  been growing on our grounds for years, from 10c up.  One of the best selection of roses in B: C, in all leading varieties,  suitable for this section, in good 2-year blooming sizes, 25c each, $20  per 100, $150 per 1000; smaller ones half price.  50,000 fruit trees in leading varieties.   Let me price your list.  10,000 shade trees, in all sizes and prices.  Greenhouses full of plants in all sizes and prices, from $3.00 per  100 pots up. .  M. J. HENRY  OFFICE AND  PACKING  GROUNDS  3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817    ��������������������������� '������������������ - .        ,     -.' ������������������  Capital, $14,400,000 '--,    -Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88 ..  Honorary President, Rt. Hon. LORD STKATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, G. C. M. G.      -'  President, Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND. K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager.   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON. Bart. -  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted.  th  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ������������������sSSf.ffiS_1 SS_J_v_l_  a   Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kdowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq., Manager. Vernon. \   - A.E.TAYLOR. Manager. Enderby  Finest in the Country  . ."Enderby-'is a charming viiliage with city"airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook' the snow', of Sandon -  ���������������������������off his feet lie came here, -and' now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls, his  hotel the King Edward. In addition, to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  o'clock, which is an added attraction.for tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's'Ledge)        -  King Edward Hotel, ]  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  t  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch t  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 Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from'same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������:-*:  Enderby, B. C.  '���������������������������+-4-  I  A $125  Typewriter  for 17c a Day!  One of these machines presented  early in life to your boys and gi rls will be  "the commencement"of "a practical business career in the home that should  add inestimably to their training und  experience.   For particulars applytto���������������������������  The Oliver Typewriter Co.  The Oliver Typewriter Building, Chicago, 111.  H. M. WALKKR. Local Agent  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life Insuranco policy in the Royal Ineurance Co.  of Liverpool, Eng,, ia a valuable asset. A plain,  itraightforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt a3 to its value.  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  Britmh America Assurance Co.  Royal InsuranceCoof Liverpool (Life dept)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee &  Accident Co., of Canada.   BELL BLOCK, ENDERBY  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial  Stringent City Hall  Regulations ,  In view of the. position taken by  the City Council, with reference to  the request" of the City Band to be  permitted to use the public meeting  room in the City Hall four hours a  week for practice purposes, the people of Enderby should know the nature of the regulations adopted by  the Council governing the use of the  building.  By-lav/ No. 53 is a by-law to "reg-  uiatri c_;e. use and management, ot tk_  City Hall,'' and it reads:  Whereas it has been deemed expedient and necessary, for the fit and  convenient carrying on of the- Municipal -government of the City of Enderby, to erect a building known as  the City Hall; and    ,.  Whereas it is deemed necessary to  make suitable regulations for the use  and management of the said building.  and premises thereof;  Now, therefore, the Corporation of  the City of Enderby, in open council  assembled, hereby enact as follows:  1.���������������������������The City Hall exists for the use  and occupation of the Corporation  and its authorized officers, agents  and employees, and for the carrying  on by them of the municipal government and general business of the said  city;. 1'  2.���������������������������That the sole control and management of the said - City Hall is  vested in' the Municipal Council;  3���������������������������That no person or"persons shall  at any time enter the said City Hall,  or any part thereof, except for the  transaction of- business with the Corporation or its officers, or to attend  the meetings of, the Municipal Council, or for such other-purpose or purposes as shall have been sanctioned  by the said Council, or by its agent  or agents, duly authorized in that  behalf;, no person or persons shall at  any time enter the grounds or premises of the said City Hall without  due permission or authority; and no  person or persons shall idly gather,  loiter or linger on the steps or in the  doorway or in any. other portion of  the said City Hall; or the, premises  thereof;  4.-.That no person or persons shall  at any time, without permission or  authority .from the .������������������������������������������������������ said Municipal  Council, or from its said agent or  agents,' remove from the City Hall,  or from-the premises thereof, or in  any..,way meddle or interfere .with,  'any article or articles, object or objects, "the property ��������������������������� of the Corporation, or of. its officers, or-agents; .  5.r-That i'or . the receipt' of rates  .and. taxes and other revenues, and  for the transaction of the general  business of the Corporation, the  wicket of the Clerk's office shall be-  open to .the public, at the following  times, that is to say: Daily, from 10  a. m. till 4 p. m., with the exception  of one hour, from 12:30 to 1:30, and  on Saturdays-from 10 a. m. till 12:30  noon, and at such other time as may  be deemed necessary by the said  Council or its officers; always provided, that, the said wicket shall not  be opened on"'"any Sunday or public  holiday, statutory or"civic; and further provided that the said wicket  may be closed at any time during the  said hours when it may. be necessary  for the. Clerk to attend at'the Police  Court or the Small Debts Court, but  in such case a notice shall-always be  posted outside the said wicket stating the reason .vhy it is so closed;  =r=6.==ThaUthe=Gouncil=chamber=oLthe-  City Hall shall be used'for the sittings of the City Police'Court and of  the Small Debts Court on Saturday  afternoons from and after 2 p. m.,  and"daily from and after 4 p. m., as  may be needed: and at such other  times as may be arranged by the Police Magistrate, with the sanction of  thc said Council;  *;7.���������������������������That the outer doors of the  ���������������������������said-City.. Hall -shall be closed and  (locked at night and all day on Sundays and public holidays both statutory and civic, except when open for  the holding of a Council meeting, or  ,lor such other purpose or purposes as  may'be authorized by the said Council;  8.���������������������������That the flag shall bc flown  from the top of thc mast on the bell  tower on all Canadian public holidays  on the King's birthday, on thc anniversary of the date of incorporation of the city, on any civic holiday  duly proclaimed by thc_,Mayor, and  at such other times a.s may be ordered by the Municipal Council or by  it's authorized agent or agents; and  the flag shall be flown from half-  mast on the death of the Sovereign,  or of the Governor-General of Canada, or of the Lieutenant-Governor  of British Columbia, or of the Premier of Canada, or of the Premier of  British Columbia, or of any member  of the Municipal Council or of any  past mayor of the said city; and at  such other times as the Municipal  Council shall order;  9.���������������������������No person or persons shall hoist  the said flag at any other time or  times than those stated in the next  preceding section hereof; and no person or persons shall at any time  hoist any other flag on the said mast  than that authorized by the said  Council,  nor  in  any  way  meddle or  interfere   with    the   said flag or the  said mast;  10.���������������������������The   bell    in  shall be   rung   at  manner   following:''  Daily    throughout  the said tower  times and in the  that is to say���������������������������  the    year'   at   9  WE   SELL  o'clock   p.   m.,   three   slow   strokes  three times repeated, or otherwise as  may be provided by. any curfew bylaw which may bc passed by the said  Council; and on the discovery that  any building in the city is on fire, or  from any other cause, threatens the  town eft' any part thereof, as quickly  that any public danger, from fire or  and as continuously as possible, until such time as sufficient assistance  has been summoned' or sufficient  warning given;  11.���������������������������No person shall at any other  time than the times stated in next  preceding section, under any pretext  whatever, ring thc said bell except as  may be necessary for purposes of adjustment or repair;  12.���������������������������No person shall in any part of  the said City Halt smoke or spit, or  throw down cigar ends or cigarette  ends,or lighted or spent matches, or  any rubbish or refuse whatsoever, or  use any profane, indecent or abusive  language;  13.��������������������������� Any person found guilty of an  infraction of any of the provisions of  this by.law shall, upon conviction  thereof - before the Mayor, Police  Magistrate, or any two Justices of  the Peace having jurisdiction in the  said city of Enderby, be liable to a  fine not. exceeding fifty, dollars, exclusive of costs, and it shall be lawful for the Mayor, Police Magistrate  or Justices, or any two or more of  them, to levy the said penalty and  costs, or penalty or costs only, by  distress and sale of the offender's or  offenders' goods and chattels, and in  case of no sufficient distress to satisfy the said -penalty and costs,. or  penalty or costs only, it shall be  lawful for the Mayor, Police Magistrate or Justices convicting as aforesaid to commit the offender or. offenders to the common goal or lock-up  house for a period of not exceeding  sixty days unless the said penalty  and costs, or penalty or costs only,  be sooner paid.  Passed by -the Municipal Council  for the first time on the 26th day of'  January, 1910.-  Reconsidered by the Municipal  Council and passed for the second  time on the 9th day of February,1910.  Again considered  by the Municipal  Council,  and    finally   passed,  on the'  23rd day of February; 1910.  ���������������������������  Signed and sealed on the-9th day  of March, 1910."  " for all purposes  For the House  For the Barn  For the Furniture  For the Waggon  For the Buggy  WEEK-DAY HALF  HOLIDAY  We, the undersigned-merchants; and  businessmen of Enderby, hereby agree  to keep.our places of business closed  each    Wednesday   afternoon and evening, beginning",the Gth of April and  ending the 30th of October: and at 1  o'clock p.m.: excepting such weeks in  which  regular legal holidays are observed: or civic holidays are declared  J. W. EVANS,  WHEELER & EVANS,  T.  E. WOODS,  A. FULTON, . .  ENDERBY TRADING CO., Ltd.  F. PYMAN,  GEO'. R: SHARPE,- -       - ��������������������������� .  POLSON MERCANTILE CO., Ltd./  A. REEVES,  W. T. HOLTBY-,  WALTER ROBINSON.  ' '   Shillac    ���������������������������'-':���������������������������. r '.  -  Enamels  Varnishes *.__��������������������������� '���������������������������  Turpentine ������������������������������������������������������'"���������������������������"'  White Lead   '...  Shingle"'Stain  Paint Brushes  ������������������  Furniture Polish^ ^  Dry Colors all kinds  Campbell's Varnish Stains  Raw'and Boiled Linseed Oil  \  In fact,_ everything that goes, to  make the paint line complete.  We handle only the best in quality. '-..Our goods'������������������������������������������������������ are;-"bought  right and sold as "cheap,-and in.  many cases cheaper, than can be  bought elsewhere.' Call or .write."  for-peices. -All enquiries receive;  bur prompt attention. ���������������������������>'- ���������������������������      V  '���������������������������  A. Fulton  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby - i  ^If-you^have"no_=tried=the=Glen":Ger-J  rack milk and cream, you do not yet  know the satisfaction of being milk-  satisfied.  If you want to  ...Buy,'. Sell, or _  Trade  A   FARM  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A BUSINESS LOT  or A BUSINESS  I havc them at Mara, Enderby,  Vernon, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to mc.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard Mara,  B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR  L.  MATTHEWS.  CITY OF ENDERBY  Assessment, Year 1910  Court of Revision  Scratch Pads  We have a number of Scrap  Paper Scratch Pads. Various  sizes; just the thing for desk  memos and  scratch  work.  While they last.  10c a lb. pack  NOTICE'is hereby given that the  first sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision of the Municipality of the  City of Enderby for the year 1910  will be held at tlie City Hall on'Saturday, the 23rd day of April, at 7:30  _ _m., Jorthe purpose of_hcari'ug_and_  determining complWntf-a"giaihst^tne���������������������������  assessment as made by the Assessor,  and revising and correcting .the assessment roll. -   -  Any person complaining of an error  or omission,or as having been undercharged or over-charged in the asess-  ment roll, may come before the court  either (1) personally, (2) by means of  a written communication, (3) by an  attorney or (4) by any other person  authorized,by him _to'' appear, jn his j  behalf; and the court-may, in the exercise of their discretion, either correct or confirm the assessment; but  no complaint can lie heard unless  WRITTEN NOTICE of thc ground of,  such complaint shall have been given  to thc Assessor at least TEN DAYS  before thc date of the first sitting of  the court. - ' .,  GRAHAM. ROSOMAN,  Clerk of the Municipal Council.  City Hall, March 21st, 1910.  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Prompt   attention given to orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,  Variety.  and House Plants iu  Have you read the ads of our home  merchants ? ���������������������������-������������������ H  Jr.*  GREAT WAR OF THE AIR  TI If J_ 0 . E AN -POWERS ARK _ KE-  PARI'NG'FOR IT.  NOTES AND COMMENTS  To tsain the reason rather than  the memory is the plan ol! Julian  Chase Smallwood, who insists thai  during his education the modern  schoolboy is like a kog with a funnel in iis bungliole to receive the  liquid poured in.to it., Be is in a  passively receptive state, hiking no  active part in the ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������proceedings except' thai he supports th-. funnel.  He is made to reniotnlx.r facts.  When he has passed hi������������������. examination more facts are poured in,  large)..   displacing, the old fads.  My. Small wood wi-she. the student, iv think independently and  develop vr create habits of mental  Invos..nation  and  analysis.    There   actually  asse.  " ' plote  admission   Hint    aerial  war  fare is bound to come shows that  Ui. spirit whieii actuates thc powers across the Atlantic is thc  slaughter Inst, thc fierce desire to  triumph over their neighbors as  lords of the air.  li B IT A EN' S  G L! 12 A T SB.1.P.  Reports from the various laboratories and workshops of the -European war department arc of the  utmost significance. Under what  was supposed to bc great secrecy,  (he large Knglish firm of Vickers-  Maxim "at .arrow are engaged in  building for the British navy ji  monster airship���������������������������purporting to  be  Groat TirUain, .France and Germany  arc 1_usy Building Great  Airships.  ' An .'American writer severely  takes to task the governments of  England, France and"-Germany for  the", dead ly in ten t with wliich thoy  arc working on the perfection of  the  flying machine.   ,  It is true, he says, that American army experts have studied thc  subject; of aviation;' but in Europe  the delibenite eold-bloodcdness  with which sky navies arc being  nbled.   and  the   coin-  is lack .1 considei7iUi.nl uf the fibil-  ity tt������������������ reason, and Uictv is a tendency to treat men's mind, as a  machine for carving wood treats  the rough product fed to it without  regard to grain and lex tii.'?.  Students:'  ih every course should  be classed according lo their abilities and the quality of their minds,  and each     class or    ..quad taught  separately.    There should never be  required    a    demonstration    of   a  theorem or repetition of ie>;L  .But  the  process  of    thought by   which  such demonstration i.s made should  be   rigidly exacted.      When a formula if to bc deduced the student  should never be required to repeat  the deduction, but to give the process involved.  the biggest in the world. Thc craft  is  fo  measure 500    feet in  length,  The student should have free use  of tex."books in examination and  should be asked questions that appeal to his intelligence, not lo his  memory. Jf hc has no judgment ho  cannot, answer with ;i cartload of  bonk-: ai hi.s elbow. If he has nob  knowledge time forbids his acquiring  it  during examination  and  al-  a__t_.-c.ring    the    que;-_i<_n   with  so  satisfaction.  SALADS.  Salads.   ���������������������������  One  Cheese .alads. ��������������������������� ()n<: cream  cheese, or two Neui'chjiiel ; add  Jour titblcspuonfiils of milk, one-  half teaspoonful salt, one-half teaspoon.til paprika,'live   drops onion i ;iii  fo measure 500  will ciirry twenty tons and will attain si speed of thirty miles an  hour. The motive power will consist of two engines of 200 h.p. each  and the body of flic vessel, made  of aluminum, contains gas bags  made of some secret material with  great rebentivo powers. In short  ib was expected that the new Leviathan, now almost complete,  would excel in dimensions and  speed thc largest Zeppelin that  ever breasted ;i breeze.  .GERMAN'S GO ONE l_KTTKIi.  Germany, through one of her spying sons of the Fatherland, however, appeared to get a. clue to what  was transpiring in the British factory, for' pretty soon" the Kaiser's  own'department of thc great .war  machine announced their intention  of building a- machine that would  make Britiiin's dirigible look like ;i  toy balloon.  Deutschland's new    monster will  be _S-1 feet long and will clear the  '   "ic   rille  of  from   forty-five  don, he thought being an undefended town,' should be immune from  onslaught, and spared the horrors  of an avalanche o_ explosives hurled from the skies. The lecturer  then suggested that "as a distinct  gain to civilization" there should  be proposed at <������������������������������������������������������ the next Hague  conference the following measure:  "That no bombardment, from aero  vessels shiill be permitted against  any place except for the purpose of  destroying defences, defenders or  war material."  About the same iin:c as this  meeting, another was .held, in Germany by the Imperial. Aero Club.  Savants aud military chiefs crowded the phice. Prof. Meyer of Frankfort, in suggesting laws for thc  neutrality or belligerency of aerial  limits, decliired that no special  code of honor should -obtain and  that scouts captured in the air  should be shot ;is spies.  Already the new terms relating  to aerial warfare are in common  use, and such expressions as "upper machine,''' and "aeroplane  grappling irons," are current  among those connected with thc  army Hying machine department.  WHAT LOUOJIOHFRTS SAYS.  Lord Tloberts is fully alive to the  doings  of European   armies. Hc is  consequently  apprehensive for thc  safety   of England,   who  lags    behind in  thc nice   for aerial supremacy.   Thc old field marshal says,  "The people  are brave and  confident because they know nothing of.  what is going    on (in    the way of  other    nations      preparing    :tcrial  ileets.)   If they only knew what is  iu store for them, unless llicywakc  up,   they might    be    valorous,   but  they would nob be so confident."  Miijor-General Baden-Powell  in a  lecture on thc subject, described as  a war export,  the  fearsome conditions of aerial combat,  when soldiers shall sjtil into action  on llimsy  wings,   and  when   monoplanes  ;ind  biplanes, grappling above tho tree  fops shall fight terrible duels in an  atmosphere of Hying d;irls Jind explosive kites.  VICTORIA'S ACCESSION.  Called lo KuJc at the Early Age of  Eighteen.--.  In "ThePeorlVsi Life of Their  Queen,'I hy Rev. E. J. Hardy, an  interesting account is given of  Queen Victoria's   accession  to the  throne. Afc the jige of eighteen,  an age at which, as her biographer  says, a girl would hardly be trusted to choose-ji bonnet for herself,  she was called to undertake responsibilities from .wliich an archangel might have  shrunk.  William IV. died at two o'clock  on the'morning of'Juno .20, ��������������������������� 1837.  Thc event, was, expected, and a  carriage had been kept ready. Into this entered the Archbishop of  Canterbury and the Lord Oham-  berlain, and drove rapidly to Kensington Palace.  There they h;id no little difiicul-  ty in rousing the. porter. They  wero first kept waiting in the  courtyard. Then they were admitted to one of the lower rooms, and  there Ihey remained till they seemed to have been forgotten by everybody. They rang the bell and  expressed their desire.that the ;ifc-  tendant of the Princess Victoria  might be sent to inform hcr royal  highness that they requested an  audience on business of importance.  The messenger disjippcarcd, and  another lung delay ensued. Then  they rang again, and ab last some  one came l<> announce that the  princess w;ts iu such ;i sweet sleep  lhat hcr attendant could nob venture to disturb her.  "We ;ire conic on business of  state  lo  the  queen,  and  even  her  LONDON'S RA.T. CATCHER..  A BKI'I ISIl CITJZEN.  Juice,  and stir well.    Make info ji : |_0 fifty-five miles fin   hour,  driven  roll:  put on   iee to hard en.      Cutj|)y ,no'(:o,-s 0f j ,200 h.p.    .Instead of  in   slices     and    place    on    lettuce'  lenses.    Cover   with strips of pimento find  serve   with French dressing.     This  is a   very  effective  salad, lhc white,  red. ;md green m.il.-  in._ it  so.  and delicious.  Cabbage Salad.--One head of  cabbage chopped dim, one pint  cupful of rh'ipped celery, one cupful (J peanuts. _ .Mix with uuiyon-  naisc  dressing.  Water (re..; Salad.---Chop or  cut   fin''-  t"    one    bunch of cresses  one-qinirlrr  uf   a  small   sized  eab-  _^���������������������������_____..  bagf. 1 lie loaves o  away In .n ijie stem: cut line one-  eighth "l" ;i small green popper,  und a -mall <izcd onion ; put Jill together in a basin of cold water  ������������������l.anding for about one hour belo-re  f.f-r\iii . lo make it nice and crisp;  dr.'iin "ff ihe wj'ti'i*. fo! 1 in to taste  oli\e (.il. \ ine'jfir. -all, and pepper, and M'l.e. The c.-ibha. c and  ci-.' ������������������������������������������������������- inu'ether have a tine llavni'.  ( ion Salad. Tu o cupfuls of  corn, add to '.his a -.m.-rl lmad of  r;thl>a_e. one cupful of MiL'tr. mii^-  tJtrd. and '���������������������������ah to la-le. Al.-o :idd  red pepp' ik lo ta- te. ( o\cr ll  . iih   \ i:_ -jrar  and   mi.   well.       I'ul.  lhe twenty tons ot its hngiish rival it will lift seventy-five ions. The  body of the balloon will not be  aluminum���������������������������lhat light metal was  discarded by the German government some months ago���������������������������but is to  be composed of magnesia which  German chemists have, after many  experiments, decided upon as being  the more suitable metallic covering.  GEl?MAXV  AND  FRANCE.  --ln_l.be��������������������������� race.-between..France-,find  0orn.M.iy Lo be first in Jierial navigation. Germany seems for the  time being to have out-stripped her  lhc ....periencCH   of a  Hindu (ieii-  . Ionian iu South Africa.  Apparently to thc average colonial mind ji   highly   educated Hindu  gentleman, ji. British subject, a barrister of the Inner Temple, is identical with a coolie.   He is regarded  as a "'nigger" is regarded in Carolina, Jtnd tho British Government is  incfipablc of protecting him against  the treatment which in a less civilized  place is thc natural result of  such ;t view, says thc Saturday .He-  view,    Mr. ��������������������������� Gandhi first wont over  to South Africa  to conduct jtn  important lawsuit in ISD,"..    His earliest experience wjis t<vbe turned oufc  of a first-class railway ear and ordered into thc "van compartment,"  and when  he took the stage coach  hc was knocked down by tho'clrivcr  (a  Dutchman).    He was not admitted to thc Grand National Hotel ;ib  Johannesburg, find w;is.   kicked qff  the path in front of President Jvru-  ger's house by the sentry.    In Natal  he found the Ministry cmbark-  i 11 g_j i _u_.c_n_p a_i g n.of-disahliu_'-hills.  agfiinst iiiitivc Indians, and here hc  started on what rn.ay be called his  political career as the leader of the  rival.     France i.s now pljtnniug the j Indian community in South Africa.  lhe  on  . iinmei  canned  .���������������������������1 lhe whole  iiiiiiules. Il  a  luim  time.  )ne  cupful   of  ������������������������������������������������������*.'  '���������������������������ic'i'' fl'if.l :  ,'iboii! lweni\  I hi-   v, il!   l.eep  Tip   Ton    Salad. '  viii'_at. one t;ib|espoonful of mustard, half cupful of sugar, one teaspoonful of. v.'iIt. ji dash of cayenne  popper, one' tablespoonful of Hour,  one .nail lump ' of butter. Cook  well.    Then   add  four  to   six  eggs.  construction ol ji fleet oi .aeroplanes  ! which, small find easily nianoeu-  I vrcd. shall skim through the ul-  'mosphere at the r.'iie of fifty  miles  fin hour dealing destruction with  . ;i machine, gun.   . .    .  Ilepair shops are to be ended in  lhe various French garrison towns,  leach finny corps i- to hfivo a special     battalion      of      aviators,    and  ! sehooN of Jivififion arc to be fuun-  ! ded   whoso   pupils   shfill   be   taught  the    .enllo  ;iit   of dropping   cxplo-  si\ es.  A  similar .chonl  of .aerial killing  ha.- bei-n established in Knglund  : under .the     .uidance    of  On his return from India, whither  he had proceeded to fetch his wife  and children, a mob of three thou-  'sand persons prevented the ships  for some time from landing their  lndian-pa__eng_rs at .Durban. . . . .  During the. war Mr. Gandhi organized the corps of Indian stretcher bearers, whicli rendered line service fit Spion Is up and elsewhere.  This splendi I volunteer work might  sleep must give way to that,"  .answered the archbishop.  This message brought thc queen  herself, "and to prove that she  had not kept them .waiting, she  Cfimo into the room in si loose  white nightgown and shawl, her  nightcap thrown off and her hair  falling upon her shoulders, her  feet in slippers, with tears in her  eyes, bufc perfectly collected and  dignified."  ii-r firsb words ;trc said to havc  been, "I beg your grace to pray  for  mc."  'The next thing was to. write a  letter to the widowed Queen Ade-  hiide. Ifc was addressed to "Her  Majesty the Queen.''' -Some one  remarked Unit ib should bc direcb-  e 1 to the queen dowager.  "i. ;iiii aware of that," sftid the  young quern, "but I will nob be  the first to remind her of her altered  position."  [n the same forenoon the. queen  held her first-privy council, .and.  was grcjitly admired for Iter manner and behavior. Once a personal trait pooped out. In biking the  oath .about the Church of Scotland, she came fo thc old word intituled, which she pronounced as  it  was spelled.  Viscount    Melbourne,   who   stood  beside hcr,  whispered :  "l.nfi .led,"    please    Your  Majcs-  fy." ���������������������������      .  Tho lil.L!.. lady drew herself up,  looked at the First Lord of the  Treasury, and then, with another  look fit the paper before her. and  Vit;lt^i^,^i"seTl"=voi"e e ^-ji'i i.HitT' e roe p-=  tible emphasis, she rope.-it.ed thc  words, ' 'An ;ict intituled."  SI  :\YIXG  110031.  Time    Sewing.���������������������������One  well hfivc    been    the   beginning of j needle gather up one find  belter relations    between   colonists : incho.  of goods,   draw  lhe  find  Indians, but    the new Knglish  ailiiiinist rjiiois wen1 not synipjithe-  lic.    The insulting registration  law  Captain ; was    passed    find    compiled    with  Cave-Ili.iwh-Ciivo who as head of  the British Aerial League, is hard  jit work -designing ways find means  to make Kngland safe  invaders.  rom winged  Jiojit.  ���������������������������1,  iht   with   egg -befiter  or   plain   cream   bo  P.OMBAKD'LNG TOWNS.  Jti:  poet  even  u how serious, the whole pros-  of Jierial warfare is, ean bc  more  fullv  realized   from  the  A del .wiuppr.  fore -serving.  Spanish   Pepper  Salad.-- Dissolve  half   ho.    gelafin   in   half  cup  cold Moelures find deliberations about the j (_.mdhi    two  wiitor  and  half cup vinegar.    Add j international codes of honor  to  be  half cup  ^f Migar. juice, of one Ic- j adhered to when    (he dreadful A r-  inoin -ennl  i e.-i'-'pooiiful ol salt, one j mjigcddon  of    the    clouds  actually  takes  place.  In  an   address    before  the  Aeronautical  Society.   Colonel  Stone,   a  i  one  rup of boiling water. Mix' with  six canned pimenioes. two cups  celery, one cup shelled pecans.  Mold into individual m:>!ds. serving ou kit nee leaf with  naise dressing. This wi  twelve  guests.  inayon-  .1   serve  -\r  It's almost. n������������������ easy ior some men  ;k^ il is for soiiie  Jeci'ct.  S.'iving Time Sewing.���������������������������t)ne can  gather by Inuul Jind baste at the  same lime by following this easy  method: Suppose you pl;in to g.'i-  ther to a gauge ef once ami a half.  Cut ;i piece of cardboard one1 aud  one-half inches long, with a nick  at the cud of the inch".    With your  one-half  gjil hers  1 ui)   into  an  inch   space,   and set it  I small basting stitch   Thus you have  di'Jiwn your "once and ji half- in-  pfisscu    ana    eompiiea    witn   to the proper space, find have done  ; under protest,   and tho ���������������������������promise to   your  basting nil   with one turn  of  I repeal it was then broken. the   wrist,   so  to  speak.-    Intervals  !    During the    pkiguc    outbreak of   of. an    inch  will  be    foundj   close  ! 190 land the Zulu "rebellion of i.)0(>   enough   for   ordinary   basting. .- If  iMr. Giindhi Jind other .liidi;uis were   not, th'Jiw three-fourths of ;m inch  J of  great  assistance,   but    they did   into  a half inch space.     .  j not receive any better treatment in      Sewing    on  Buttons. ��������������������������� Buttons  'consequence.    They have since en*   have  such   fin   unfortunate  way  of  | tcred  on  a  'campaign  of  "passive   popping  off   the   garments  belong-  ! resistance.'.'      This has    cost    Mr.   ing to the little folk fit the most in-  sentences    of    two   opportune  time,     and    whon  busy  months    imprisonment among    the  mothers  fire employed in  a  count-  most    ruffianly    scoundrels,    white'less  number    of duties    that   any  and   black,   which   the    colony  can   simplification is acceptable.     ..1. .re-.,  produce.    Some of his experiences j member  well  how  delighted  I was  iu  prison  will not  bear  quotation, j when the discovery was made fchafc.  What must be thought in India of j jn  .lowing on  buttons  if  the   knot ���������������������������  Issues a Challenge to CaptureT;(_f  Ka<s in Three Nights.������������������  John Jarvis of Camberwcll, wha.  has jusfc been appointed official rat���������������������������:  catcher to the London County.  Council afc a salary of ������������������13 12s. ed.,  per annum, is a ratcatcher not- or.iy  by profession, bufc by instinct, sayV  the London Daily Mail.  Sinco ISO:.! each male member ol  his family has devoted his life to  catching rats, and so ifc was with  the greatest confidence that; reecnU  ly Jarvis issued a challenge to Jill  thc ratcatchers of the kingdom to:  catch more of the vermin in a given time than .-my man living provided that neither dogs nor ferrets  wero,employed in the hunt. Furthermore, he said that with thc assistance of his uncle, J. Dalton, he.  would undertake to catch 1,000 rats  in three nights.  As Jarvis made these challenges  ho "fondled half a dozen tame white;  rats, while his scv 3 n-y oar-old'  daughter at his side phyed with a  couple of ferrets. "I have no son  to carry on thc business," he said,  ''but Isit there and her youngeje  sister both know pretty welt afl  there is^ to know, aboufc catching'  rats. Is.it often accompanies mc on  my hunting expedition, and she,  very rarely makes ;i mistake. You.  sec any one can find rals, but very-  few understand how to catch them  alive. Dead rats havc no market,,  bufc for live ones I can get from'-  Lis. to Ss. a dozen.  "The means I  use    for catching'  tli em alive is a family secret, 1 ._owu  only fo my people for thc last four  generations.    I   won't tell you  exactly what    that    secret is, but 1,  don't inind  letting you  know  thafc'j  it ftets very much in thc SJimc way  as chloroform docs on a human be-)  ing.    Chloroform would not do because rjtts don't like it.  ''The  bait I use  i.s even attractive  enough  to    waken  a- sleeping  rat.    A few moments after I have'  laid thc stuff down the floor swarms  with   thc vermin.      One    nibble isj  enough to 'dope' any of them, and'.  all I havc to do to  revive  lhem is\  to dip their noses iu watcr. Some-,  times I don't even   trouble to use  (he bait.    Over my back I fling sx-  huge sack connected -with  a  tr.-i.p--  door arrangement ;tt my side.       I1.  wear  noiseless    boot's    ;ind    black  clothes.  ffA_   I  walk  down   thc  passages  with a bullseye lantern attached ti>  my side    thc    rats,   scared   by  the  light,   scamper  past me.     As  theyi  rim I. caiitpiek them up left or right-  hand and drop them ir.fo thc trap- -  door.     Gradually  they  work their  way  around   to'    the saek    on   my,  back.    My, how they fight!    Sometimes when I  fancy   t Iijlvc ji hundred I find luilf of them are killed  by the time I firrive home.  "Not only do they fight each  other but in the basement of one  of the big hotels a sw.'irm of' them  actually attacked and killed one of  the best dogs  f ever owned.  "Once as I groped through the  old Gaiety -Theatre ji huge rat  leaped out Jit me, and fixing its  teeth in my arm worried me I'or  quite hve minutes. "When I ' had  Sfl.l.led-him-'l-hnd. bini_we.ighe.il ��������������������������� He.   turned the scale ;it 1 pound 9 ounc  e.-;.   Tluit was the biggest rat I ever  found,  but in Wigiuore street lately   I    hiive    come    across    sever.-il'  weighing over a  pound. I   have  ones in 'Parkas   IIIJUIV   Jit  I ;me,  ...000  round some bi{.  too.     I  luivc had  nils in my yard."  Jarvis is    employed    in     varioun  largo buildings at..fixed sjilfiries..   _  .*-  to keep i\ promise  Vi-omef. to  keep a  well-known I'.rn.isii ofiicer. discuss-| such treatment by Jt British colony  ed the subject of the bombardment of- a refined and well educated man  of    1.n..li$h     town.,    by    airships,   whose     father,     grandfather    find  uncle wens Prime Ministers at native courts and who is only resisting a law imposed contrary to the  solemn promise of the High Commissioner.  Knglish towns by airsiups.  Portsmouth and Aidershot, he considered, could not be exempted  from-attack  bv  fin   enemy, the one  being a   naval   base, find   the  other  ;ui  firmv   headnuarfers.     But  U������������������\-  of the thread is on the right side of  the article (instead of on the wrong  side) under thc button, and if after thc button is sewed ou securely thc thread is wound .around- it  three or four times the buttons seldom comes off until the clothes arc  worn out.���������������������������Mrs. Samuel J. Huber.  tiik   i_.\irxm.v.  Clothes Pin Mints.���������������������������Try pulling  the clothes pins in the oven until  Ihey get real hot; on wa^h day  your lingers will never get cold  while putting out a largo washing.  Also put all tho small pieces, such  as napkins find kiindkoi-chiefs, in ji  b.'ig or pillow case .and pin on tho  line; it saves so much in the wear,  as well as time ami cold.  Vv ashing  Ea si ly Done. ��������������������������� YC-i'sl _  ing  easily   and   quickly  done.   .Fii!  two boilers half full  of soft w.-iter,;  cut up one bar, north, west, or any(  good laundry soap, put info a inns-'  lin bag ;md  tie    end.     "When  the^  water   is    boiling    put    soap  and,'  witter  into  the    washing    ���������������������������machinoi  find   put  in   cloths  equivalent    to  five sheets,   turn washer, ten  niin-,  ���������������������������utcs,  .wring    out,   rinse    through,'  one   cold water .and blue. .    Your,  cloths arc    steam    washed and as.  white as   snow.      You    may  wash/,  five washers full if you wash steady,  and keep thc machine closed so thc  watcr will  not get cool.    Nine oufc,  of ten   who read this  will say the  boiling water will set thc dirt, but  just  try   it.     Caution;  Thc  water  must be  boiling,  the' washer must  bo full  of  water,  and blood spots  must bc washed out ��������������������������� c  HE IS THANKFUL  HE HEARD OF THEM  TIIA'PS WHAT AMOINE   COT-  TEN011.E SAYS OF DODD'S  KIDKEY PILLS.  Thoy Cured 31 is Diabetes After lhc  I) odors Had Tailed lo .ire Him  Itriier���������������������������What Dodd's Kidney  i'iils Do and Why.  St. Pie dc Guirc, Yamaska Co.,  Que., Jan. 2<J (Special).���������������������������That  there is one sure cure for deadly  Diabetes, and that cure is Dodd's  Kidney I'ills is proved once inorc  in the case of Mr. Antoinc Oo.tenon., ji .veil ' known resident of  this place. .  "i. am thankful I ever heard of  Dodd's Kidney Pills." Mr. Cot-  t noire states. "They cure.! me of  Diabetes. J. suffered with Backache. I always felt drowsy. I had  severe headaches and my limbs  would cramp. I had a dizzy feeling and felt tired in the region _f  th. kidneys, with a dragging heavy  sensation  across the loins.  "I was treated by ,,lhc doctors,  but got no benefit from them. Then  I heard of cures made by Dodd's  Kidney Pills, and made up my  mind to try them. I took in all  three dozen boxes of Dodd'.s Kidney Pills. To-day 1 am free from  Kidney trouble of all kinds.  ''Dodd's Kidney Pills also cured  mc of stdniach trouble from which  1  suffered for  twenty-five  years."  Diabetes is one of the most  deadly forms of Kidney Disease.  Put Dodd's Kidney Pills cure any  form of Kidney Disease. They also by curing the Kidneys cure all  those diseases that come from disordered Kidneys, such as Rheumatism, Lumbago and Heart Disease.  "DOWN UNDEH."  Jl a ii j- Vessels   1-hil iiely D i _n pp car  Every Year.  Sailors, whose superstitions proverbially outnumber other people's, consider that every lost ves-  eci from which no wreckage is recovered goes to join thc great  nrmy of phantom vessels that, like  the Plying Dutchman, for - ever  cruise around, captain, "crew, pas-  nongers, aiid all, to thc danger of  honest seamen' and thc detriment  of- shipping. 'Really, this belief is  easily understood���������������������������the sea holds  so many  secrets. u  In the year ]S99 alone no less  than 107 vessels totally disappeared, find Jirc to-day registered as  "Fate unknown" ; and Lloyd's reports reveal the astounding fact  that, on thc average, sixty ships  with their entire crews, arc annually blotted out from human ken.  Historic instances abound. In May,  )850. the Lady Nugent left Madras  wilh .00 souls on board, never to  be heard of again. Thc City of  Glasgow, carrying 5i)0 pcople, met  a similar fate in March, 1854;  JS,!1 il. i}Y tho January of '4J the  n. hg) islwVmericiin"! ihcr~ TresuleW  left Maderia for Liverpool, but  never arrived. Tho stories of all  these human beings united together in one last hour of agony  may well bc imagined, but can  never be known.  The ships havc gone; that is .all.  IMI.ES CURRt) IN   .TO 14 DAYS.  FA. > OINTMENT, li fEUj.ri_nte.i_ to cure any  tfn 11I Itching, IllinJ. Weeding or Protruding  1'iles 111 C to U days or money refunded,   60i\  "When papa, wants to get ai: ex-  tra half-hour's sleep-in the-morning some of the children are sure  to give a voluntary imitation of an  fihirm clock.  "Where is thc girl of long ago?"  tings Joaquin Miller. We sasv her  the other day, Joaq. Rut she  isn't a girl any more. She had  grey hair, and a wart on hcr nose,  Jaad no teeth, and wore specs.  WON ������������������40,000 IN LOTTERY.  Three Men of Poictiers Drew   the  Winning Ticket.  The first prize of ������������������40,000 in the  second drawing of the French  State lottery was svon by a baker,  his assistant, and a barber, of  Poictiers.  A ticket had been bought by the  three, who had agreed that if they  svon less than ������������������2 they should spend  it on a Christmas Eve banquet.  The hairdresser only started business eight months ago, svhen he  married thc daughter of a police  sergeant. Hc states that his first  care will be to provide liberally for  his aged father for thc rest of his  days.  The baker's assistant, an ex-soldier, was extremely excited by the  good news, and rushed off rto his  sweetheart to propose they should  b;- married "at once.   * :   CLEANING LACE CURTAINS.  Lace curtains svill not bear rubbing. All thc work must bc done  carefully and gently.  For two pairs of curtains naif  fill a large tub with warm water  and add to it half a pound of  soap, which has-been shaved fmc  aDd dissolved in tsvo quarts of boiling water; add also about a gill of  "household  ammonia.  Let the curtains soak in this  os-er night. "Jn the morning sop  them svcJl in the watcr and squeeze  it all out, but do not wring the  curtains.  Put them into another' tub- of  water, prepared with soap and ammonia, as.on thc night before; sop  them gently in the watcr, and  then, after squeezing out thc  watcr, put them in a tub of clean  warm water.  Continue to rinse them in fresh  tubs of watcr until. there is no  trace of soap; next rinse them in  watcr containing bluing.  EASE FOR PILES.  "I Used To Suffer, But-  _������������������������������������  AN EXCELLKVr RE.MED1.  Will Break I p a Cold in Twenty-  four Hours and Cure Any Cough  That is Curable.  The following mixture is often  prescribed and is. highly recommended for. coughs, colds and  other throat and .bronchial trouble: Mix tsvo ounces of Glycerine,  a half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine  compound pure, aiul eight ounces  of pure Whisky. These can be  bought in any good drug store and  easily mixed together in a large  bottle." The genuine Virgin Oil of  DPine compound pure is prepared  only in the laboratories of the  Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati,  and put up for dispensing in half-  ounce vials.  This is the experience of a lady  who used to suffer from this terrible  ailment, but found a cure. The  writer is Mrs. E. Boxall, of 97  Scott street., St. Thomas. She  says: "I consider it my duty to  write of the benefits derived from  using Zam-Buk. - For some months  I" svas a constant sufferer from  bleeding piles. I used a great  many ointments, but got no relief  until J tried Zam-Buk. Jt cured  mc, and I have had no return of  Iho trouble. Since my cure 1 havc  advised several others suffering  from piles to use Zam-Buk, and :n  each instance have had satisfiietory  results." ���������������������������  Jf you suffer from this ailment  apply Zam-Buk at night before retiring, and you svill bc satisfied  svith the trial! -A contributory  cause of piles is often constipation,  and a mild laxative will greatly aid  the operation of Zam-Buk. For  fistula, inflamed patches, and sores  due to blood poisoning, etc., Zara-  Buk is equally effective.  Zam-Buk is also a cure for  eczema, ' ulcers, cuts, burns,  bruises, rashes, chapped hands,  frost bite, cold sores, bad leg, etc.  Ail druggists and stores sell at 50c  box, or post free for price from  ,'Za r_-l.uk  Co.,  Toronto.  DISCOVERED.  Too Skilful Palmist���������������������������"This deep  line of destiny-is most remarkable.  Id shosvs that something connected  svith the sea has made a strong impression on you."  The Subject���������������������������"You arc right;  that is the scar from a gash I  made svhen opening oysters."  ~~ |^|rimn_~th_~U������������������rvw-with-opium-Tou-iii ������������������r  ���������������������������top t cough, hut tlie inflammation goes from bad  to worn*.    Allen's Lung Jlalgam, containing no  opium, goes to the root of the trouble and cure*  deep-seated affections of throat and luuga.  He���������������������������"I suppose if I kissed you,  yon would never speak tu me  again?" She���������������������������"Why do you always look on thc dark side of  things?"  One trial of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator svill convh.ee  you that it has no equal as a worm  medicine. Buy a bottle and see if  it does not please you.  Kindly mention the name of I bit  paper in writing to adrertiseri.  {.SSI:' _  NO. 5-10.  WHO CAKED.  A' traveller relates a singular  and unpleasant experience he had  ot< one occasion svhen, in a district  unknown to him, hc strayed from  thc right path. To make :matters  worse, a heavy���������������������������rain- set in. He  wandered on through the! wet and  darkness, .'.and.,finally in a narrow  road came to a house, which svas  in darkness. He thumped loudly  on the door. There svas no answer,  so he tried again. This time a  windosv went, up. .  "Well, who is it .'���������������������������'.' came in a  'growling voice.  "A friend," the traveller replied.  "Well,'.what do you want?"  "I would like to stay here all  night."  "Well, stay there, then I" And  the window fell svith a bang.  We are told that tsvo heads are  better than one, but we believe  one is better than a dozen of some  brands.  DEFINED.  Teacher���������������������������"What is a barbarian V  Pupil���������������������������VA. man-svho cuts hair,  sir!"    '  Jt is Wise to Prevent Disorder.  ���������������������������Many causes lead to, disorders of  thc stomach and fesv are free from  them. At the first manifestation  that the stomach and liver are not  performing their functions, a  course of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills should be tried, and it svill be  found that thc digestive organs  svill speedily resume healthy action. Laxatives and sedatives-are  so blended in these pills that no  other preparation could be so effective as  they.  ACCOMPLISHED.  Blocker���������������������������"Your wife is a college  graduate isn't she?"  Meeker���������������������������"Rathe". She can give  rne pieces of her mind in three languages."  Free to Our Readers.  .Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago,  for .-page illustrated Eye Book Free.  Write all-about ..Your. Eye Trouble and  they will advise as to thc Proper Application of the Murine Eye Remedies in Your  Special Case. Your Druggist will tell you  that Murine Relieves Sore Eyesi, Strengthens Weak Eyes, Doesn't Smart, Soothes  Eve Fain,, and sells for 50c. Try It in  Your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for Scaly  Eyelids and Granulation.  Connie���������������������������"She told mc you told  her that secret I told you not to  tell her." Gladys���������������������������"Thc mean  thing! I told hcr not to tell you  I told her." Connie���������������������������"I promised  her I svouldn't tell you she told  me, so don't tell hcr I told you."  A Vutfaan Bhlll often mean* sudden lllnes_  Painkiller is all that Ib needed to ward it off.  Unequalled for cramps and diarrhoea. Aroid  ���������������������������ubetituteB, there ie but one " Painkiller **���������������������������Perry  P*������������������l������������������'.  ._   There arc lots of happy married  people, but they are seldom heard  of because of the noise made by  the unhappy bunch.  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive syrup  is the result of expert chemical experiments, undertaken to discover  a preventive of inflammation of  the lungs and consumption, by dc-"  stroying thc. germs that develop  these diseases, and fill the world  svith pitiable subjects hopelessly  stricken. Thc use of this Syrup  svill prevent the dire consequences  of neglected Colds. A trial, which  costs only 25 cents, svill convince  you that this is correct.  A GENTLE HINT.  Visitor (at the table)���������������������������"So you  are a good little girl, Mamie, and  always mind mamma, your papa  says." :-'������������������������������������������������������ ;���������������������������'_:..  Mamie (in the proud consciousness of virtue)���������������������������"Ycth, thir; the  told me not to ath for another  pieth o' pie, and I ain't never done  it."  More Like Bus!nest.  ��������������������������� The three lai^e railway aystemi  .are nosv said to be willing'to put up  a half million each toward the cost  of the Selkirk Centennial if the event  is postponed until 1913. That looks  more like business. It also looks as  though the railways had held o������������������.  imtil they found out whether the Federal Government could be let in for  the svhole cost of tlie spree���������������������������Edmonton Bulletin.  Canada  Is Only Beginning.  ' The United States is cutting down  amy expenditure by .1138.000.000 and  navy expenditure by $45,000,000. This  shosvs a svise appreciation of a fortunate position. Our neighbors are  too strong to fear aggression, and  should be too just to practice it.���������������������������  '���������������������������'"onto   Globe   *   Always Serviceable.���������������������������Most pills  lose their properties with age. Not  so svith Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills. The pill' mass is so compounded that their strength and  effectiveness is preserved and. thc  pills can be carried anywhere  without fear of losing their potr  ency. This is a quality that few  pills possess. Some pills lost their  posver, but not so with Parnielec's.  They svill maintain their freshness  and potency for a long time.  GOOD ENOUGH:  George���������������������������"Do you think'that I'm  good enough for you, darling?"  Darling���������������������������"No, George; but  you're too good for any other  girl."     ���������������������������    -    ���������������������������  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take T.AXATTVK _B_1MO Quinine Tablets.  Druc.ists refuivd money if it fail., to ctir������������������. ~K. SV.'  GROVE'S signature i.s on each box.   _5c.  For Asthma. Bronchitis and  all Throat Troubles Talc _  Tftf . _$_. !_.WSkl TOR(0UG..M������������������%LS  The relief is as quick as it is certain.  Pleasant to take and guaranteed  absolutely free from.opiates.  All DrugguU, 25 centi.  ___a_a_H__ni  LOVE.  "I know a man," said JJccle  Eben, "dat says he loves auture.  But he never goes out in de woods  svifont a shotgun. Dat's de way  some folks loves deir neighbors."  Hard and soft corns cannot  svithstand Hollosvay's Corn Cure;  it is effectual every time. Get a  bottle and be happy. ,  ALL SHE NEEDED.  "I lose you! Will you marry  met"     \  "This is so sudden 1"  "Well?"  "Give me a little time."  "Hosv much time?"  "Enough to go into the library  and ask papa."  We Mako tha Imphatlo Statement that "The  DAL" Menthol Plaster yill do, more to relieve  neuralgia, lame back, lumbago and kindred  troubles than any other plaster. 26c tins and 91  yd. rolls.   All druggist*.  _    -   ���������������������������  UNCLE EZRA SAYS:  "They're just cz good fish in thc  sea e_ they is in the market, an'  a hull  lot fresher."  , It Has Many Offices.���������������������������Before the  German soldier starts on. a long  march he- rubs his feet with tallow,  for his first care is to keep his feet  in "good condition. If hc knesv  that Dr.. ..Thomas', Eclectric .Oil  svould bc of much better service hc  svould.throw away his tallow and  pack a few bottles of the Oil in his  knapsack.   There is nothing like it.  People svh. feel that nothing is  too good for them arc naturally  dissatisfied when they get nothing.  Waloem* M tuntliln* after a storm is the relie|  when an obstinate, pitiless cough has been dmeq  away by. Allen. Lung Balsam. No opium in it.  The good effect lasts. Take a bottle Dome witb  you this day.  ���������������������������_   ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������  She (sighing)���������������������������"Oh, I met such a  lovely polite man to-day." He ���������������������������  "Where was that?" She���������������������������"In the  street. I must have been carrying  my=umbrella=carclessly,--=-for-=-he=  bumped his eye into it. I said,  'Pardon me,' and he said, 'Don't  mention it; I havc another eye  left.' "  WANTED  A I   Stove Plate Floor Moulders.  Steady work  throughout the year.  Good prices.- - j      THE D. MOORE CO., Llmltad  HAMILTON.  "What's the matter, dear."  asked Mr. Justsved as he eame into the house and found bi_ wife  crying as if her heart would  break. "I am " so discouraged,"  she sobbed. "-What'has bothered  my little wife!" ��������������������������� "I worted all  the afternoon making custards, be--  cause I 'knesv you were bo foud^of  them, and���������������������������-=and '��������������������������� here slie -began sveeping hysterically, again.  "And what," darling." : VAnd-ih'ey  turned out to be sponge cakes."'  Too many eye openers arefapt:to ���������������������������  make a man see double., -  HORSE  OWNERS!   USE  GO_BAUl__  CAUSTIC  BALSAM.  i ������������������(>, ipttif and potikiv* cora  Th������������������ ������������������_._,   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   _L _YCR  ever need.   Bemn_ all tmnctw*  fiwnHarees.   ImnwaUaUf*  product t_������������������r.or "f-rhi    4_d4  for dcictiptW* ci_a___  THB LAWRENCE-WILLIAMS  CO., '_'o*.,__, Can.  ACENTS WANTED.  WANTED - RELIABLE PABMES TO  do machine knitting lor' up At  home; $7 to $10 per .eel. easily earned;  wool/ etc.. furnished tree; dista.ee no  hindrance. For full particulars address  the Dominion Knitting Co., Dept. W.. Oril-  lia. Ont.  .    AMBITIOUS representotion wonted in  evcry locality, to- sell "Modern specialties/Secure your territory, now."Tarn  time into gold." $5.00 to. $10.00 ad. 7- can  be easily made. Writ* to-day. Modern  Goods Co. of Canada, Owen Sound. Ont.  CALVES ���������������������������?-b������������������TaiS_5_,-,,.B  ***  S_teele,!__iggs8������������������edCo., Ltd.; Toro_to,{OB.  HOPE FOR THE OEAF-IN ACOUSTICON-  ono.of the marvels ol the e'eutrical a'j:������������������."  Hi use throughout the world. Wrlta for catalogue. General Acoustic Co., of CanaJa, Ltd.,  468 IT one* Street. Toronto.  Increase  Your  Yield of Oats and Barley.  ' Geo. Keith & Sons, Seed Merchants, Toronto, offer Scotch grown, Kegenciatcd  BannercOats, and O. A. C. 'No. 21 Mand-  Bcheuri Barley in 5 .ushel lota, bap. free,  at $1.25 per bushel., Send for. 8ai_p.es ajid  see for you-t-elvcs.   AIbo catalogue.  WAUCMN  OH  otrri .���������������������������  ���������������������������uirt  _M k������������������ don* perfectly by Mr frwMk Ttocm*. T_ it  MITItH AMMHUII _ WIH0 Of.  IMRilili TOftOMTOl   OTTAWA   _ QO. BIO  ___."_  #  Constipation"  le an enemy within tho camp. It  will undermine the strongest con-  ~ stitution and ruin the most vigorous health. It loads to indigestion,  biliouHiiess, impure blood, bad complexion, sick headache, .and is ono  of the most frequent causes of appendicitis To neglect it is slow suicide. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills  positively cure Constipation. Thoy  are entirely vegetable in composition and do not sicken, weaken, or  gripe. Preserve jour health by  taking  Dr.   Morse's  Indian   Root    Pills  LOOK!  BOYS AND GIRLS!  Do you want to earn & valuable prcm-i  ium?' VTe want boys and girls to do plea-,  Bant and profitable work for us which can  bc done in a couple of hours of your wparo  time, nnd for whieh we are giving a  choice of some valuable premiums. We  do not require yon to nell  anything.  Write us at once for full particulars.  BRAUN   ft  CO.,   52   Colborno   St.,   Toronto.  FRUIT   LAND  FOR   SALE.  $5000 for my 15 acre fruit ranch, in the  beautiful Kettle Valley, not excelled in 1..  C dry, mild, healthy climate, three railways, near C.P.R., W mile; educational  and social advantages, seven roomed  house; modorn conveniences;   good   bmliH  ,nB8'      F. J. PATNTCN, Columbia. B.. C.  Maple   Syrup  Makers  Do you trap or buy  Furs? I am Canada's  largest dealer. I pav  highest prices.. You'r_  "shipments solicited.  I pay mail and express charged; remit  promptly. Also largest dealer in I .efhides,  Sheepskins, etc. Quotations and shipping tags  sent free. . f  JOHN HALLAM. TORONTO  Marlatt's Hair Promoter  Crows Hair on any Bald Head  On sale at tho Robt. Simpson Co., Toronto,  Canada, or the Marian Hair Promoting  Co., Toronto, Canada..  At_.er.tion I  How can you reasonably expect to make  pvpn a fair quality of Byrup' using out-of-  dato pots aud kettles and pans for boiling  your Maple Syrup. Write for ��������������������������� hooklot. on  tho "Champion" Evaporator ���������������������������.  The GRIMM MA .'J. ACTUP;V-r'- f .v; .;__.,  U Wellington St., Monti .ai.  IODINOL  The famous new discovery of lhc ajje,  positively, quickly, completely relieve*  and cures Goitre, Thick Neck, Sciatica,  Swellings, Bunions, Quinsy, etc. $J ,oo,  or 6 :oi- Ss.oo, mailed on nveipl of price by  Lylo Medicine Co., 718 Queen W., Toronto.  A GREAT DEMAND  FOR  PAPER STOCK  - WASTE PAPER OF  ALL GRADES.  Also Rags, Iron, Metals, Rubbers. Etc.  EDIII I All     Adelaide and Maud Stt.,  ,    rUlknil, Toronto, Ont.  Phoue for .articular..   Main'.*'*  ���������������������������_P*^______  _  idf  When oue Is "chilled 1/  through," or Buffers from ,  Rheumatic   Pains,   bore  Tliroat, -Lumbago. 1 ooth-  lohT^ouralgia. SOiati-    '  ca. Pneumonia, Tonsil-  i&.lnnftmmfttion of the  Hronchlftl Tubes, Bow-  eta_f Lungji.  Cramps.  or Pains of any  kind, ut*  undw ._'������������������  Kend?  pellet.  .M';.jy   t.v*n.t!r.ri   th*   '���������������������������."������������������������������������������������������       '   tl������������������i������������������  p.r iu W'.i". ijr io "uliveri'fc_r_. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 31, 1910  PROFESSIONAL  LOOK FOR THE COMET  D  R.,H; W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5  Evenin. . 7 to S  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. C lift and George Sts. ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary'Public..'Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block. Enderby. B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. H. BAR_.ES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  t.;v!-.rby Lnik'e No. .10  Re_jlar !fit't'tii-..i first  T.r.;_ riny on cr after the  full moon at r p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visitinjf  brethien cor.lially invited.  "   .. ,1.C. METCALF  Si'i-reta ry  I. 0.0. F.  Eureka Lodge. No. 50  Meets every Tuesday evening at S o'clock, in I. O.  O. .. hall. Metcalf block.   Visitip.tr brothers always    welcons .    -J.   A.  McMorland,  N. G.,  A.  Reeves, Sec'y. E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY  LODGE  . No. 35. K. of P.  Meet;, every Monday evening  in K. of P Hill. Vi. _tprs cordially invited to attend.  ROBT. N. BAILEY.C.C.  C. E. STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  K.of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.    For rates, etc., apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Enderby  _.__ll   _HJ^Lxv  SDecia'  Halley's comet is now visible by  the aid of a field glass. It may be  seen in the western sky near the  point of sunset, between 6 ancl 7 in  morning. As we shall soon be able  to observe, the comet with the naked  eye, and to distinguish the formation  of the tail, Herschel's description of  the phenomenon as it occurred in 1835  may be of interest. Popular Astronomy gives it in his own words:  "On  the 2nd  of  October "(the  very  day of the first  'observed commencement of the tail)  the nucleus, which  had been faint   and    small,  was observed suddenly to have become much  brighter,  and   to    be   in   the act of  throwing out a jet or stream of light  from    its   anterior    part,     or   that  turned  towards   the   sun.   This ejection   after   ceasing   awhile, was   re- i  sumed, and   with   much   greater ap- !  'parent violence, on the Sth, and con- j  tinued,     with'    occasional    intermit-  'tences, so long as the tail itself continued   visible.       Both   the   form of  this luminous ejection, and the direction in which it issued from  the nucleus,  meanwhile   underwent singular'  and capricious alterations, the different phases succeeding each other with  ! such rapidity   that   on   no two suc-  j cessive nights   were   the appearances  'alike.   At    one   time the emitted jet  was single,  aud  confined within narrow limits of divergence from the nucleus.     At others it presented a fan-  shaped or   swallow-tailed form, ana-  ! logons to that of a gas flame issuing  from1   a   flattened   orifice;    while .at  ..-:.:-::::4_l*  "Q������������������JAI.ITr  Ficture of delight on the Average rate-payer ns  he reads the revised version of Ezekif-I ���������������������������'���������������������������!.  VINES ABOUT SCHOOL HOUSE  Vines are very seldom seen upon a  school building. They add so much  'to the beauty of private residences;  that they are considered quite indis- \  jpensable, and they-have equal merit  for the schoolhouse. The bare little  "entry" can be adorned with a  clambering vine, and the whole aspect of the front of the building is  changed. The out-houses and any  fences not otherwise screened may be  covered with vines to very good advantage. Only four native vines possess much merit for this use. The  Virginia woodbine <_r Virginia Creeper is excellent for foliage; it can be  easily distinguished  from  the poison  X "fron,   a   flattened   orifice;    while ,at ,ivy by the    fact   that there are five  Time  are  the Prices   To-day others again two, three or even more-jfl^e leaflets   the number of the fingers  .', ,    ,   .    .    ,,   ���������������������������     ..,-       .1 instead of three as in the poison ivy.  Owing   to market  fluctuations,.^3  were  started  wrth in different < - -    y >  are   subject   to   change ]directions."  prices  without notice:.  Moffet's Best Flour, SI. 70 49-lbs  Three Star FI our, $1.60 per '' ���������������������������  Drifted Snow Pastry, $1.60  Whole Wheat Flour, $1:55  Graham Flour, - $1.45 " !  Four Star Chop, $1.65 per 100 lbs!  Three Star Chop, Si.60per 100lbs!  -Bran: $1.15 per 100 lbs.  Shorts, $1.20 per 100 lbs. -  Middlings, $1.30 .per 100 lbs. __  Oats, $1.30-per 100 lbs.  Oat Chop, $.90 per 60 lbs.  Wheat, $2.20 perl25-lbs ,  Barlev, SI. 30-per 100 lbs.  Barlev-Chop, $1.00 per 70 lbs.  Whole Corn, ������������������2.00 per 100 lbs.  Cracked Corn. $2.15 per 100 lbs.  Rolled Oats, $.85 per 20-lb sack.  Also a full line o'f Cereals and Wheat-  lets at .Right Prices.    .Free delivery  .  to any part of the Enderby city.  Terms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B C.  | The world' about you is big and  ���������������������������. filled with a thousand opportunities  'that you haven't yet grasped. Reach  ,i,out; they are yours.  "THE BEST DAIRY FARM  There, is a form, wild in some places,  but not common, which clings with  discs, and is self-attaching to a wall.  If this can be obtained it is much to  be preferred.  2\To place on earth is better adapted  to poultry-raising than the Okanagan  and there is a ready market, and will  We are stocked for Spring  business in  Lowndes'  the best Ready-Made  clothing in Canada  We also take orders for  Art Tailor  Suits  It will be greatly to your advantage to come in and let  us prove to you the merits  of these tailor-made garments.  ooo  Felt  Hats  and CLOTHING  Working  Shoes  For  Real   Value  combined  with price we doubt if you  can find" anything..that will  give  you    the  satisfaction |  to be found in this footwear.  \  be for years to come, for every  we can produce, at high prices.  |    A handsome silver cup, possibly the  i largest  and   most    ornate  trophy  of  ; the kind that has ever been given' "in {    twestern Canada,    has-been-presented j --_- ..ANOTHER BOSUN STAKE  by the provincial government to  the i .   ;  "   Harris,    of New Denver,  House  ...Cleaning;..  o  Will soon be on. Call and see  my stock of Carpets, Matting1.  Linoleum, Wall Paper, and all  necessary articles for beautifying and making the home  comfortable.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furnituro Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  .���������������������������Provincial Dairyman's  association as  J the' prize in the dairy farm competition just    inaugurated.     The trophy  | is about three feet in height, by per-  ihaps    eighteen   inches    in   diameter,  ; standing   upon    a    handsome    oaken  jbase.     Simplicity   and graceful lines  ! are its   chief   characteristics   from ���������������������������?..  silversmith's     viewpoint;    while   its  ; solidity  excites  immediate commentf  ,    The competition is to be conducted  ' under  the   provincial    dairy   regulations, and victory and the ownership  of the trophy will rest with the farm  most closely complying with tne provincial  regulations.    Judging will  be  upon the general health of herds; the  sanitary conditions, ventilations, etc.  of dairy premises; and the most efficient methods of handling the dairy  product while on the farm.   The competition    is   now    inaugurated,,   ancl  judging will take place three times in  =eac-li^yea-i!i^in^ea-rly==^pTin^7^_r=mitP=  summer and in November.     The cup j  must be three times  won  to become j  thc personal   property   of the fortu- |  nate dairyman entitled ultimately to {  its possession. I  - J. C. Harris, of New Denver, has  had a fortune of $49,000 left him.  His ranch near New Denver is one of  the finest on -the lake side and the  Ledge says he usually has several  students from' England learning the  mysteries of farming in B. C.  Don't   buy    away   from   home the  articles you can get as well at home.  ] How would you like one of our  j new BATTERSBY'S hats for  \ Spring wear? We.are show-  \ ing a verv select stock of the  \ finest quality of Soft Felts;-the  ] newest shapes and shades.  ' '    ooo  Straw Hats for  the Ladies  Get one while the selection is  complete.  Dress Shoes for  Men; Women  and Children  Don't think the fields far away are  any greener than those close at hand.  Don't   damn   by   faint  ! enterprise of another.  praise   the  We have some good  In our Grocery -  Department  you will find our prices as  low as the lowest.  THE POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK  IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantia] house. Cool in summer; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co. Enderby  Don't limit the possibilities of the \  town you live in by confining it to |  tlie \'\mits of your own accomplish- :  ment and your prejudiced conception, j  CANADIAN  BANKS  A report  issued  in  Ottawa by the  Canadian    minister   of   finance  upon  the.   position   of    the   30    chartered  banks of Canada on December 31-last  showed    that    the     total   authorized  capital   of    the    banks  at that  date  amounted    to   $140,467,000,  of   which  $87,809,000    was   fully   paid,   the reserve fund   totalling ������������������77,847,000.   The  total  assets are given at $1,157,784,-  000, and the    total   liabilities, ������������������970,-  976,000.       The     largest   amount    of  : paid-up   flcapital   is    shown   by   the  IBank of   Montreal,   which   has   $14,-  : 400,000;    then    comes   the    Canadian  Plans and estimates \Bank of Commerce with $10,000,000.  and the Merchants' Bank of Canada  with ?G,000,000, while the other banks  have capitals from $5,000,000 to as  low as $200,000.  Fred  >ames  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  If you haven't  work for it !  got what you want,  Don't think you can find any better  field than  Enderby district.  which we are selling at prices  From  $5 to $30  per thousand  Also small lots of special  stocks which we wish to  move. If you will call  and see us we will name  figures  to    do   business.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited  Enderby B. C.  ��������������������������� __^_T__C_T>___>>lrtTr-j___gi__w������������������i_ijik_-wii^l ��������������������������� _ ��������������������������� _., _ -_ni|_ |M jf���������������������������t���������������������������a  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.  en,  ! Field  and Flower  New crop  now arriving from our growers  in  England,  France,  Holland, Canada and the United States.   All tested as to vitality  and. purity on arrival.   The BEST is good.enough for our.custom-..  ers.   Catalogue free.  Business will bc continued at our  old  stand  until   May.   After  that in new location, which jvill be announced later.  MI   HFNRY   3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  ���������������������������   ������������������*   1I*_A   _1\. 1 ��������������������������� BRITISH   COLUMBIA  A   Y  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd,  per  TON  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  ; and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  . i  >  i  71  /.  * ���������������������������  1.  _  i


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