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 /  p  Enderby, B. C,  Vol. 3; No. 4; Whole No. 108,  Strong Resolutions Passed  Relating to Experimental Station  ' - At the meeting of the Farmers' Institute held last Saturday.at Armstrong, Donald Matheson. reported in  reference to the decision of the Central Institute in the matter of. the  proposed- division of the Armstrong  and, Enderby-Mara district. The .decision of the Central Institute was  that the matter was entirely at the  discretion of the Superintendent of  Institutes'. This decision is borne  out by the . following letter recently  received by Mr. Kellet, of Mara:  _,������������������������������������������������������  'W. Li. Kellett, Esq., Mara.  Bear Sir: I am in receipt of your  comn:'unication of the 15th -February,  with reference to forming an Institute for your district. I have t^|||&  form you that the petition,. caEie'W  hand and is "in good, form.   Will you  "kindly let me know at your conven-  % ience the reasons why you wish .to  havc a separate Institute in-"your  district.    .Mr. Matheson brought this  " matter before my notice at the time  of the Central Institute meeting,:but"  - the-formation ,of Institutes does not  come .under "the management of the  Central " Institute, "and -".'is -solely a,  matter -between the- people. of"your  district and "this department.- IIop-  ing to.hear from you in the hear fu-  ��������������������������� t_re, " Yours truly,   , ��������������������������� ',  R.;W. HODSON,:SupL  The.petition ' from Mara .which-is  mentioned in this letter,, was" circulated and signed- by the farmers/of  that -section. - The farmers in the  vicinity of" Enderby did' not send a  petition -in support of that from!  Mara, and .therefore the Mara petition received scant consideration.  At'the-meeting last Saturday F.C.  Wolfenden brought up. the matter of  the location of the fruit experimental  farms which are" to be established in'  ' the Okanagan, and told the meeting  that three were decided on; jjne to be  "^tablish^d^t^Verff^T^h.^t^Kelow"^  na and one at Summerland. At his  suggestion a committee of Messrs.  Brett,'Reeve Tatter and "Geo. Heggie  was appointed to draft a resolution  to be sent to the Hon. Price Ellison  and the Hon. the Premier.* objecting  to all of them being placed in the  dry belt,' and insisting that at least  one of them be located in-the Northern Okanagan.  Another iesolution was passed calling the Deputy Minister of Agriculture's attention to the continual neglect of the various officials and  speakers in matters pretaining to thc  interests of thc Northern Okanagan,  and asking him to attend a meeting  at his earliest convenience of the*  residents of the-Armstrong and Enderby district to talk over the above  matters.  The meeting was a unit in insisting .on .a_.change, and demanding a  fuller recognition of the Northern  Okanagan. Some very strong remarks were made along this line by  Mr. Heggie, Mr. Graham, Mr. Wolfenden, Reeve Tatter, Mr. Owen and  others.  Following is a copy of the resolution as passed by the meeting:  "Whereas, it has come to our  knowledge that the Government has  decided to locate three demonstration orchards in the Okanagan, and,  Whereas, we are informed that they  are all to be placed in the- dry belt,  and  Whereas, we   regret that our mem  ber, and the Deputy Minister of Agriculture have not seen fit to look  after the interests of the fruit growers of the Northern Okanagan; now,  therefore, be it   -  Resolved that we the joint meeting  of-the Armstrong and Spallumcheen  Farmers' Agricultural .Society and  the Spallumcheen Farmers' Institute  strongly urge our claim, that at  least one station be located in the  northern part of the Valley; and that  a copy of this resolution be wired to  the.Hon. Mr. Ellison, and Mr." Scott,'  Deputy Minister of Agriculture.  CITY COUNCIL IN. SESSION  ������������������|_iid_he    adjourned  City Council  meeting rs -he  held last Wednesday  evening Mayor Bell and Aid. Hutchison were absent. Aid. T Evans" was  _yoted to the chair,  v Aid. Evans, as" chairman of. the  waterworks committee, recommended  the laying ��������������������������� of ��������������������������� a water - main; on. Rus-  sell street as far' as. Sicamous St.  It was so ordered.   .  The water rate of H. N. Hendrickson^ :_;.s fixed -at $1.50 a.month^for.  two. bath -tubs installed in his bi'.rber  shop. ','������������������������������������������������������  The Mayor; Aid. Evans, Aid. - Hutchison, Aid. Hancock and" Aid.- Blanchard were   named a Court of Revi  sion' to" hear any complaints against  the assessor's valuation, and April  23rd was fixed as the date of sitting.  J. C. English,, fire chief, advised  the sale of all tv/o-inch hose owned  by the city, and' that it be replaced  by the "regulation" 2-_-inch hose_ The  recommendation was referred to "the  special committee appointed at the  last meeting to handle the matter of  fire apparatus.  Brief Mention of News  of Interest to Enderby District  THE ORATORIO DAVID  The combined   choir of the Metho-  odist and Presbyterian churches, gave  fine reno-<��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������". of the oratorio  Garden makers are getting busy.  He that would catch fish must venture his bait.  ���������������������������Miss Edwards, of Vancouver, is'  visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crane.  Chas.^E. Costerton was a visitor  to Enderby from Vernon this week.  Miss Mclntyre opened her millinery  parlors in the old' city office on Saturday last.'  The ball given by the band boys oh  St. Patrick's Day evening' was well  attended, and . all enjoyed a happy  social time."  F. H.. Barnes is getting his camp  in shape to start work ��������������������������� on the Grindrod Jpridge next week. .  R. Hadow   left   England on March  11th to return to Enderby.   He will I  \ be in Enderby before the end of the  very line reno - > ���������������������������  David" in the Presbyterian church, i        ^  Mr. McLeod and Mr  last Monday' evening. A very fair  audience was in, attendance, .and-all  expressed.- pleasure." at- the splendid  manner in which ithe solos and duets  and choruses were given. The solos  by -Miss Murry and- Mrs. Bell, and  those by-Mr. Henderson and,Mr. Gifford, and the final .chorus, were exceptionally- well , given, and received  unstinted praise.. It'is said by-all;  who heard, it,' that ���������������������������' it was- the best  entertainment given by local talent  that has ever been heard in Enderby.  Particularly pleasing was the work of  Mrs. J. E. Crane as accompanist..-. -  Bovett, of St.  Helena,''Gal'.,-are visiting Mr. H. A.  Baxter," the" pioneer settler of the  Mabel Lake Valley. -       "_.  Next time" you visit Vernon, ask to  be shown to., .the nursery, of"L������������������. S.  Gray and feed your eyes on the floral  beauty there adorning the landscape.  " The. Kin'g::Edward- - Hotel is undergoing.'some great, improvements in  the office arrangement. The winding  stairway is' being,, replaced by a  straight'stair ���������������������������'���������������������������ascending-, to the second floor- by   the. dining-room wall.'  W.A-.J.KER'S   WEEKLY  r' . *" . -       ���������������������������  Published every Thunday SX Enderby, the Gate-Way of the famou* Okanagan, Land of the Big Canadian Red Apple and the California of Canada  - " Entered ii. the Post.Office at Enderby, B. C, as second-class matter.  "In order to be poor in the Okanagan. you have to watte an awful lot of Time and Money.'  II.    M.    W  A   .     K  15' R  ID  ONE  MAN'S POINT OF VIEW  I  A"VE^6i]_"_.Wf^e"f_^th_=^cKiia  that has been given a new tin  whistle, painted' red, blow and  blow and blow it until his head became  dizzy and legs wabbled���������������������������just to keep h  from little brother? Have you never  seen him sit up half the ��������������������������� night to  keep the whistle, painted red, out-of  little brother's hands���������������������������and then carry  it to bed with him? .   . _ " .   _ _   -_  In another column a writer shows  most clearly the absurd position in  which the .City Council has placed itself in the matter ,of allowing the  City Band the use of the public room  in the Town Hall as a practice room.  It is difficnlt to understand the action of the Council in shutting the  band out, as it was distinctly  stated, time and time again, before  the Town Hall was erected that it  would serve such purposes, and especially clear was it made with regard to the band. Indeed, this was  one of the big arguments used in  favor of the bylaw when the property  owners were asked to vote the bonds.  Truly, Mayor Bell and the Aldermen  must have short memories, or think  the majority of the, Enderby good  people have short memories. The  public opening of the Town Hall was  not so long ago, and it was there  and then stated, as we smote our  breasts in pride at the phenomenal  advance we had made, that NOW we  should have a suitable place for the  band boys. Of course, most of us  have grown accustomed to this little  hot-air pellet  that   is passed out to  the band when it "is playing gratuitously, still, we did believe that the  city fathers would be as good as.  their word. That most of the Aldermen already recognize they made a  "mi statf. n^t __ning down "the Teques.  of-the .band, is quite evident. - Before  they become ludicrous in the position  taken, would it not be a fair and  sane thing to do to rescind their former action and discover some way to  overcome the'"difficulties", which are  in their minds preventing their giving the band /the use of the public  room'two nights- a- week.- To forbid  the use of the room on the grounds  that it might get dirty, is like furnishing a home and driving the family  into the . street so as to keep the  house tidy. "Drummer" puts it very  tritely ^when he says the. band is  quite as capable as the City Council  of knowing how to behave. To infer anything else in stating the case  is untrue, and is a great injustice to'  the young men composing the band.'  While most people will appreciate  the earnestness of thc City. Council,  in its effort to preserve the dignity  of the City Hall, and what it represents, still, in our opinion, it was  not the intention of the citizens to  put $5,000 into a building whose utility had to be sacrificed to preserve  its dignity.. In a small town like Enderby where we have so few'buildings that can be used for public and  semi-public purposes, it is sheer folly  for the city to erect a $5,000 structure and then so wind it about with  regulations as to make it of no use  to the public except as a home for the  city clerk. No man can watch City  Clerk Rosoman in his work, and  doubt the high   ideals inspiring him,  <_.'  but to say, as the Councilmen do,  that it would interfere - with the city  business if the band were _to be allowed to occupy the public room four  hours a week, is confessing a weak  l>oiStTsffmewhere. As a city, we~have  no more right to expect Mr. Rosoman  to occupy his office' from 10 a. m. to  11 p. m. than -would" a merchant to  demand it of his clerk. If, however,  it is Mr. Rosoman's desire to work  these hours to master the voluminous  detail of his office, it does not seem  reasonable to close all the rest of the  building - to ~ accommodate the work  being "done���������������������������after hours���������������������������in the 10x14  corner.     Do YOU think so ?  OOO     '  UR fruit men have determined  to get for the Northern Okanagan one of the three experimental farms to be established in.the  Valley by^lhe Government. This is  evident from thc strong resolutions  passed by the Farmers Institute at the  meeting held at Armstrong last week,  and reported in another column.  Wc have no doubt ns a result of  these resolutions, the Deputy Minister will visit Enderby and Armstrong  to get better acquainted with the  aims, needs and possibilities of the  district. Mr. Scott was a visitor of  Vernon and the lake towns last week  and held meetings at which the fruit  industry was gone fully into. On  this trip both - Enderby and Armstrong were passed up. If there are  three experimental fruit farms to be  established in the Okanagan, certainly the Northern Okanagan���������������������������the district where irrigation is not necessary���������������������������should be entitled to one of  them, and it is up to"our people to  wake up and get it.  Police. Magistrate Rosoman fined R.  Jones. and Geo. Lowery $1 each for  fighting in the street, Wednesday a. m.  Mr. j. E. Burdette, of the City  Market, Winnipeg, arrived in Enderby  on Tuesday, on a visit to his relatives, the Attenboroughs.  Architect Henderson, who has been  in Enderby some months superintend-,  ing the.work on the Moffet home, will  leave for   Calgary   the   last   of .this.  week. -   . J -    ���������������������������  Chas. W. Little sold '33 acres of ,the  land recently   acquired" by Geo! Eell',"  next  _b Jas.    Bell's ranch, Mara, to  Rupert Davy.   The sale was made, on  Saturday.  WilFPolson, who has been engaged  in the.business bf the Poison Com--  pany for some' months, past, left- for  Nevada, last week, .to^enterrcollege.  His brother, T. .C. Poison, has taken  his place in the store., ��������������������������� .-'        ..  ���������������������������   Ray    Hancock    arrived   from   the :  coast cities, last ..Thursday, andj spent  a few"-days   with'"his"parents before--,  leaving   for"- Summerland,   where,  he -  .is engaged to pitch for the Summer-  land team of* baseballera. .     ���������������������������. -    ..__. -  Good Friday   services will, be held v  in .St.- George's  _hu.3h_ttr 9 "___������������������, 12-'  m."; 3. pf'm:-, -/and" 7:30.p.m.     At. the  7:30   p.m. ��������������������������� seryice, ' address    on _. the,  words ; of   Christ .upon   the ��������������������������� cross.-  Easter" Day -services, at 8 ".a.m., 11 a.  m., arid 7:30 p.m.     Children's service  at 3 p.m.  - .   _ .      - -  The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.  Dean, was hurried to- Enderby last  Saturday suffering from an acute attach of bowel trouble. Dr. Keith, on _  examination . found the little one in  an advanced state of ulceration and  beyond medical aid/ The baby died  Saturday 'night, and the bereaved  parents returned to -their home ��������������������������� on  Sunday.      " '. ���������������������������  WILLING WORKERS  0'  ^On^Easter^Mondayr^March^SthT^inr5  the new Parish Hall, the Willing  Workers of St.. George's church, will  hold a handkerchief sale, from 2 to 6^  p. m., at which will be offered all  kinds of fancy articles, ice cream, candy.  The proceeds .will go to purchase a  new organ for that church.'  In the evening, after the sale of  fancy articles, an impromptu concert-  will be given"in the Parish" Hall," and-  ice cream" and cake will be served by  the young ladies. All are invited to  come and participate in the general  good time. ."_  -   ���������������������������  TENDERS  WANTED  Tenders   will   bc   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 bc replaced In good order by  the purchaser.     Highest or any 'tender not    necessarily accepted.     Tenders must bc in by the 15th April.  COLUMBIA FLOURING  MILLS   CO.'  LIME FOR SALE  Having leased    the Knob Hill lime  kiln,  we will    be prepared to supply  lime ill any quantity after March 26.'  .  Address���������������������������      MACMORLAND _3ROS.  Armstrong,  For twenty-two years Campbell's  Varnish Stains have been used by  house-keepers everywhere for re-finishing Furniture, Floors and Woodwork. Nothing else will give as good  satisfaction as the original. Insist  upon getting "Campbell's." A. Fulton carries a line of all colors. s ���������������������������  k/zOf^^ ������������������  ���������������������������*_y ������������������  ���������������������������i)-}     _._  NEW MISTRESS AT  .   _   _ ������������������___ *_. g  i 1PP1  . U i-V t~> 2-  -.--.._���������������������������������������������.   ^b__-������������������.������������������������������������s'-m������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������n������������������-_>-i���������������������������' ������������������������������������w-i~-.irrvii������������������rrn-  _. ___._..-.__ ������������������i__i_<.Ti-i _.������������������__��������������������������� ������������������������������������>������������������->.._-__������������������ .retiiJJ > ... ���������������������������-..<_jj_������������������_ . ���������������������������._l  held a   beautiful    bouquet, wliich,  having kept moist, looked almost as  resh as when it was first gathered.  This  she gave    to    Matty,  saying,  They grew on Harry's grave. I  picked 'em myself yesterday morning before I left: and this/' pointing to the rosebud, "is '.a. root 1  took from there last,spring on purpose for vou. for I meant to visit  you this fall."  Need  we sav   those flowers were  both thc young lady and Hannah,  the latter of whom was too busy  with -hcr dishes to turn her head,  or in any way acknowledged the  presence of a second person.  "Joel Blodgett's widow ought to  be above bavin' words with . nigger," was Janet's mental comment  as She contented herself wiih-������������������a slice  of bread and a cup of tea.  v.'hici .  by ihis time, wa- '���������������������������'" "'! '  line.  ol ouiie a ; eddish  I _ ������������������ v- \. \_������������������        .iv       *'���������������������������*-.*        niw.:i.      ii" u vj .���������������������������       ������������������!-.-_._-  I clearer (j Matty ihnn the wealth of      Uc:r  hunger being  satisfied.  Thcv  "���������������������������he  began to feci more amiably disposed  toward tho old   nogress,   . hose  di.'-hes slie    offered to wipe.      Th.  \.  ii-  Oil!"  r..<  r:.:  jX  .  i.:.  [-  -i  <r"_  ie  currant jelly,  ;:���������������������������(. eve Ily made  In-r   oy.'.i   priva  v.'l  i:"ii  .'....'lil  hidden a  ea.in...  h.d  way for  Hannah'  : nijiri ���������������������������  ,,vl'ui  : i.i.t v  !ik.  :!���������������������������  '"'   "���������������������������;;\' , inst impulse was to match Ike jelly  ''-1'01"1''1 j from  Janet's hand,   hut  fooling in-  -'���������������������������   .','';'1 ;i: luiiive'y thai in thc resolute Scoich-  ���������������������������-.   i i i.  ] i.nc-  wcman   she   had  mistress, and  should  betray  !"i;:i  . .   ,   ^ i fearing lest Maude  r,.' t,r__; j!C,, io |j,c c|0L.tor-  S]!S cxclainjed,  i  -.-is  i. L ���������������������������_'  ���������������������������U-.  !ii<-ri.  s.i.ay ii  mc-bbv  r.    I  %>-;t._ ealcu  .,��������������������������� :-0"ii,  anyway  ���������������������������ang.-me'Us  ood long :-;;;C-U  for  i'li:    a  ;arl-e:  r get  Jal'.n;  and I  made.  the   hi  tin' y  to   Co:  had a  I (Jin  ways.  i:;. (���������������������������.'"���������������������������'  lo ih.   ....  getl. who, she yaid, "had been dead  !.' that ain't tlie. very  stuff    Miss  J.uggl_s sent in   for Hiss Malty!  \  forgot- it  till   this blessed  minit!"  r,   { and   shutting  the  cupboard   door,  ,"i]u j she stood with hor back .".gainst it  .^"jlest Janet .should  discover  sundry.   _-    -- ��������������������������� .   v>'K':'''fr ! other delicacies hidden awav for a  md iho hea/ecl a few signs  ]iJ:(, p;|i.pos,..  memory   of Mr.  Joel   Lbd-       ..j^,^. hag n,)fc Lad a fcasl ]ikc  i the 3..diej would have been  I had bios -.mod on Harry's grave--  ���������������������������iiis dust h::-."l added to tlicm life, and .  ins if thev were indeed a part-of him I kiudues:,  was  duly  appro-ci?! [c<  jshe hugged them to hcr heart- l;i:^- sH.inr.ah. and  that night,  in sp  : ing fb.eni    through   her   le.rs and j in. of  i blessing-., -.net for thc pricelo--.-- gift ' no.r.ei  j     "Don't    tell    him. though."   !_������������������|v.'hit.������������������  I whispered, and a deep flush mourn- | hcr to  led  tu  her check,  as  on  the stairs  i she bcav.-i a    heavy    footstep,  and  j knew  thai Dr.   Kennedy was  com-  !inp;.  ! He had been in thc kitchen, demanding of Hannah, "Whose is all  that- baggage in thc hall'/" and  Hannah. ,dnc. of an opportunity to  I "free hcr    mind," bad    answered,  j "Some low lived  truck or other  that they called 'Janet,' and a  body'd s'posc she owned thc house,  thc  way  she went on,  splittin'"   up  :r.rt  d her  . oman  be."  (To  bc  :m    her son,   _i������������������.*  'not tiuite so o n  as  sho  at   fu" i  continued.)  p iv  ;VO-  look  _���������������������������  <_  _  6  On tlie Farm  E-  I  1 ._ .. _'iii.-ne_'  ''but 'tilis���������������������������and sho'"1] cni'jy Jt so '"ch." Ivor board for kindlin'. makin' Mis  thi-reVone   consolatio: -ho  ������������������ ulu ; ^^ fo]1^i            ^                     ^  mc all his property,    and so che a , }     chamber, sudden-  from ].cr belt a huge silver    tunc-,      ��������������������������� ���������������������������      whafc  picce;  which  she  was   n  the halm {^ -^kli^Vm here she won't  o'   consuiun_   .uife  o ten,   I).   ^^Yi     . _  , ..  ii.   wiisimnin   j .     - '   c;il a  mou-ful,  so you  say  notnin  of  *i'i'v;uif  that     she   couJd  carrv        ,    . .   .'   ,    ���������������������������'    ,  T,'n  oi   . i.i.\%jna  Li-.lL yn..+  _in >,   and when she's througJi I'll come,  a watch as well as the next one.    i "  ., r, ,   ,        -;���������������������������.i .,���������������������������-,_ kn.i-      This seemed reasonable to Maude,  ���������������������������U'cr a htile her mind came back!   . .      T      ,       ,    ,    ,        .,  ....... .ill v. ..,,,,������������������������������������������������������,.    ,in,.i ;a\ ho, Icaviiig Janet to look through  from her   lamented    husband, ana '   .     .  n  Iroin her     amentec     nusoano.  aim ���������������������������      ���������������������������    ._      . _        .    -.  11 .,i -  f  ���������������������������;,.,��������������������������� n���������������������������    a crevice m the door, entered alone  ������������������hc save  . aude a most minote ac-   . ,,     , -������������������, ���������������������������  "JR ������������������/   . . ,.        .-,i��������������������������� ���������������������������    ., 1llTV1   hnto her mother's nrcscncc.      Mr������������������  count or her tedious nae in a l������������������m-s !-._���������������������������_,,���������������������������    ,,n,,      ���������������������������:���������������������������,-,���������������������������,,    lnn���������������������������    f.  ber-v/agon    from      Canauaigua    io  ber-v.-a.on    from      uanauaigua    io.;T'    .    ���������������������������      , ,   .    ,                      ���������������������������+],  ...i  ,._    n.    x.   .                                      Maude,  and at  last,  weary    with  Laurel Hill, for lhe stage had lei h ]nfido  when  she   reach���������������������������    he  de^OL    and                - olal(j  ^^  sa      ^  sue was m too grcaL a hinrj to ie- ,  |s;us' toast 'iwiin in butter, and a bil-  in' three of them eggs you laid away  to sell. If she stays here, this nigger won't���������������������������that's my 'pinion," and  feeling greatly injured she left the  kitchen, while Dr. Kennedy, with  a dark,- moody look upon his face,  started for the sick room.  He knew very well who hi.s visitor was,  and when    his wife said,  "Husband, this is my faithful Ja-  i ._,. "i_..e   Blodgett now.  Kennedy    had      waited    long    for j net, or rather .Mrs.  'Wasn't il kind in hcr to come so far  mam at  thc hotel  morning.  "But what of that :'.octoi  until the next  -do vou  like him." she said at last, and  Maude answered : "Never mind him  now; let us sec mother first, or rather'lot me see Lo hcr dinner." and  she arose to leave the room.  "You don't like him." continued  Janet, "and I knew you wouldn't;  but your poor mother. J pity her.  Didn't- you say you was get tin' her  something to"cat. .She's had ;i  good time waitin', but I'll mak.  amends by sccin' to her dinr.ei, myself," and spite of Maude's endeavors to keep hcr back, she follow-  on  into  the disorderly kitchen.  _.^i      _>_������������������������������������������������������.     ..._������������������      _. _._,_-..... _-      .������������������--_.      j       ���������������������������   -  fell asleep, as little Louis at her  side had done before her; but  Maude's cheering voice awoke her.  "Look,, mother," she cried, "see  thc nice dinner!" and her own eyes  fairly danced as she placed thc tray  upon thc table before her mother,  who, scarcely less pleased, exclaimed. "A boiled egg���������������������������and jelly, too!  ���������������������������I've wanted them both so much.  How did it happen V  "Eat first, aud then I'll tell  you," answered Maude, propping  hcr up with pillows, and setting  the. server in hcr lap.  "It. tastes like old times ���������������������������._, like  Janet." said the invalid, and from  the     room    without,   where  Janet  ���������������������������-��������������������������� - --   ----   ������������������������������������������������������,,.- ���������������������������,  i watched, there came a faint, chok-  from which Nclhe had disappeare;l,.in��������������������������� gound_   wMch._  Matfcv    thou���������������������������.h,  and whore old Hannah sat smoking      -    th(J  wjndi  am]    which  Ma^dc  as it on  the  hcr pipe as  leisurely  table" there  was  not    piles   of un  washed dishes, to say nothing of ''he  unswepl- floor and dirty hearth.  "What a hole!" was Janet's ���������������������������jn-  vohintarv    exclamation,   to    wlii.! i  know was Janet.  Through the door sho had caught  sight of the mistress, whose while,  wasted face wrung from her that  cry. Shifting hcr handkerchief into her  mouth',    she    waited    until  voluntary exciaii._i.iou. lu v. .n... i0 ji.t.r niouin, .sue waucu unin  Hannah responded a most conic-rap- j toast, tea, egg, and all had disap-  tuouK "umph." and thus v/as the j peared. then, with the exclamation,  war-cry raised on either side. '"She's el 'cm all up slick and  "What-was you goin' to git your c]e(.in.-'; she walked into thc room,  mother?"    asked   -Janet,    without      It would bc impossible to describe  _,.: :_,,   4,,    .,_)__,   )].������������������   lvn'flv     .fri-     .......     ~f..-. !-,_..    i.l,_    ,.__,.   ,....!.-  deigning to notice the portly African, who smoked on in dignified silence. -  'Toast      and      tea."    answered  hat meeting, when thc poor sick  woman bowed her weary head upon  the motherly bosom of her faithful  ,..,_,..,.       _.���������������������������        -....   -   domestic,   weeping    most pilcously  Maude,   and casting a jjcp re eating , while_ Janet- folded^ her lovingly in  L _ 7. ^ ; = .  . .1     . r :���������������������������    ----- -  -   ��������������������������� -f-*������������������������������������������������������;_.-���������������������������_ _H������������������ -- i...._,_t-_^  glance at thc fire, Janet continued  "You can't make any toast lit fur  a heathen to cat by that fire. Ain't  there any dry wood���������������������������kindlin' nor  iiothin" .'' and she walked into the  woodshed, where, spying a pine  board, she seized thc axe, and was  a.bout- to commence operations,  when Hannah called out: "Ole  Mav:-:tr,r'll be in yer bar, if you  tachc  tint."  her arms, saying to her soothingly,  "Nay, now, Matty darling���������������������������nay,  my bonnic bird���������������������������take il easy like���������������������������  take it easv. and vou'Il feel all the  better."  "You won't leave me, will you?"  sobbed Matty, feeling that it would  not be hard io die with Janet  standing  near.  "Xo. honey, no," .nswerod Janet,   "I'll   stay   till   one "or t'other  io see mc?''he merely nodded coolly to Sirs'. Blodgett, who nodded as  coolly in return, then turning to his  wife, ho said, "You seem excited,  my dear, and this'ought not to bc.  'Tis a maxim of mine thai company  is injurious to sick people. What  do you think, Mrs. Blodgett?"  Mrs. Blodgett didn't think anything save th_t hc was a most disagreeable man, and as she could  not say this in his presence, she  made no particular answer. Glancing toward the empty plate which  stood upon thc table, he continued,  "Hannah tolls mc, my dear, that  yon havc eaten three boiled eggs.  I wonder afc your want of discretion, when you know how indigestible they are," and his eye rested  reprovingly on Janet, who now  found hcr tongue, and starting up,  exclaimed, "One bilcd egg won't  hurt anybody's digester, if it's ever  so much out of kilter���������������������������but the jade  lied. Two of them eggs I cooked for  myself, and I'll warrant she's guzzled 'cm down before this. Anyway, I'll go and sec," and she  arose to leave thc room.  Just as she reached thc door, the  doctor called after her, saying,  "Mrs. Blodgett, I observed a trunk  or two in tho lower hall, which I  presume are yours. Will you have  them left there, or shall I bring  | them up to your chamber? You will  slay all night with us, of course!"  For an instant Janet's face   was  ciuiri .6"_7  wrath   for  fen -iiig"  T.I. wi.  ���������������������������Jl Ul  Matty's    sake,   she an-  !1  ain'i  afraid of your old mar-!   of  us   is  carried   down   thc  Avalk  si.er."   ap.swoi.'d   Janet,   and   in   aland    across    the    common,   where  momeii:  th" board., whieh \)r. Kei-jihem    griivestoiif's      is      standi]/,  nr-.v v.Miiid not . uIT-��������������������������� r John t" m-c i which .1 noticed when "I drove up." j  bera-.r" in- mi .1,1 w'.mt if i/r son.o-i     "It  will   be   me,  ,'ianet.    H  will,  thing, was erael/ing on the fire.       j l/>   me,''   said   Mativ.     "They   will \  Tlie  lnailh  was   ,-wepi,  the   tea- j l.ury   me  beneath   thc   willows,   for j  keltic,huiiu in the blaze, and th'vu, j the  o'lhc-r  one   is  lying  there,   oh. j  wilh'-a- look  of perfect: delight, Ja-   so peacefully  net s  .'���������������������������Wil     U     )  nake     the  t-a-t,  Louis'was bv this time awake, and  fi_ii)������������������.   il  juj'i  as  she  knew ��������������������������� Maify |.taking   hint    upon her    lap, Janet  .liked il; best. j laughed    and      cried    alternately,  "Iiiled i.gg.- will be good for i'.er J ,nt ntally resolving that so long as  digester, and if .1 only had one I ^he should live, she would befriend  dropped in water," she said, and j tiie lillle helpless boy. whose face,  quid-; as thought- Maude brought \ die said, "was far winsomer than  ber one. while Hannah growled : any she had ever seen."  .again,'���������������������������'Ole master' 11 raise do ruff, j Then followed many mutual incase he put '"cm away to sell."        | (pjiries, during which Matty learned  "Ole   mai./er be hangel!" nuit-'j'that  Janet was a- widow,  and had  tered Jam/, breaking, not one, but j really come  to stay if necessary,  tbie-e into die  wafer,   for hor own j     "I'm able now to live, as I please,  st.om;.'di began  to clamor for food. ! fur I've got property," said Janet,  '..verylhing wa.s ready at las'.; a j .again consulting lhe silver watch^  clean .to-vei covered, t-he server, thrd !lH she usually did when speaking of  fn.'.raru bind; tea was nia:.!a, the j her husband's will,  boiled etrg wa.s laid upon the toast.'! Many questions, too, did Matty  a.nd then Janet said. "She oud.t ' ask concerning her former home���������������������������  \o ha\e :. relidi - -preserves, jelly. ; ]K r friends���������������������������her flowers���������������������������and Har-  bahed-ap-)!:-. or s-'Uiefh'nV ami ; ry's grave; "was it well kept now,  i.|u. <,1,01*1 i) a r-r.nboard dt-or. while���������������������������- ,,,- was it overrun with weeds?"  I".;..inal:. sor: ..'.u:.< lo Jier feet, ex-; To the last, question Janet did  claimed,   "(.'e.i!   dal;   llmr ain't  no ; not rcpiv dircolly, but making some'  sidi  truck   iu   dis  lio ise.''  harp   e.vc-  But   ,1ain-;  i excuse for    leaving the    room, she  dis- j soon returned, bearing in one hand  covered  r  b,--hind   a   r,'l'1   "''   l-i'ipers, : a box I  n whieh a small rosel-iid was  _������������������.. and dried herbs, a tumbler of'growing      In   the  other  hand  she  swercd, "I shall probably stay as  long as that," and slamming together thc door she went downstairs, while Matty said, sadly,  "Oh, husband, how could you thus  insult hcr when you knew she had  come to slay awhile at least, and  that her presence would do ine so  much good V'  "How should 1 know she had  come to stay, when I've, heard nothing about it," was' the doctor's  reply; and then in no mild terms  he gave his opinion of the lady-  said opinion being based on what  old Hannah had told hini.  There were tears in Matty's eyes,  a.nd they dropped , from v hcr long  eyelashes, as, taking the doctor's  hand, she said: "Husband, you  know that I'm going to die���������������������������that  ore the snow is falling you will be  a second time alone. And you  surely will not refuse mc when I  ask that Janet shall stay until the  last. When I am gone, you: will,  perhaps, be happier in the remembrance that you granted ine one  request."  There  of-hcr voice    far    more convincing  than hcr words, and Avhcn she added,  "She does nofc expect wages,  was something in the tone  for she has money of hcr own," Dr.  Kennedy yielded thc point, prophesying the while fchafc there would lie  trouble with Hannah.  Meantime, Mrs. Blodgett had  wended her way to ..the kitchen,  meeting in the way ' with Nellie,  around whose mouth there, was a  substance greatly resembling thc  yolk of an egg! Thus prepared for  thc worst, Janet was not greatly  disappointed when she found .that  hcr eggs had been disposed of by  THK DANES AS DA1.RYMKN.  Denmark, the home of co-operation among farmers, is generally  recognized as thc leading dairy  country of the old world. It is therefore of interest to read tn,: report  of two experts who spent a summer  in Europe studying dairy methods.  In a bulletin recently publishcu  their observations arc given as follows :���������������������������   .  "Tho million dairy cows of Denmark are confined almost exclusively to- two breeds���������������������������thc Danish Bed,  of Zealand, and thc Jyske, or Black  and White cow of Jutland. Both  of these have been developed within the last 3_ years from the nalivc  stock of the country by, careful selection for milk production. Thc  Bed cow is a product of a cross of  Schleswig blood on the native rather scrubby cattle. Thc result is  a race of fine dairy cattle weighing  from 1,000 to 1,100 pounds. They  are dark red, with black muzzle,  medium size, deep body, medium  bone, fine skin and well developed  udder and. veins. The Black and  "Whites of Jutland havc been developed from the beef breed in use  iu earlier times. They ore a larger  breed than thc Bed cows, resembling the Holstein-Fricsians in color and size, but are shorter in leg  and deeper in body than lhc Dutch  cow. Both of these breeds have  a distinctive conformation and arc  good economical producers.  "The development of thc breeds  to such a. high degree in L. lo 30  years has been due to thc farmers'  skill, intelligence and common  sense in selecting and breeding for  milk production alone and the efficiency of these cows is a most  striking example of what may bc  accomplished in a short time if good  systematic work is done and common sense ancl judgment arc exercised. While many of thc bulls used  aie young and untried, fchey are  always individuals of _mcri_t and  "from cows wiTirdTiYgc recor dsT  Only the best heifers arc raised  and wilh the record of thc dam  and lhc qualities of the sire known  their selection is comparatively  simple, ancl no better cow can be  raised than can bc bought on thc  open market. Thc price of cows is  from $80 to $80, some of the best-  averaging as high as $100, so that  ifc is also" profitable fronrthc financial standpoint to raise the young  slock lo replenish lhe herd. Heifers drop their fir, _ calf at from  fcwo to two and one-half years of  agv. and if Ihey prove to bc good  producers are usually kept in thc  dairy until 12 years'old, when they  arc fattened for bocf. In fairly  good condition cows bring 5% cents  per pound.      Old, thin cows bring  less. _  "Thc cow-s arc-treated with kindness and every effort is made to  havc them comfortable at all times.  On many farms thc cows arc regularly groomed. Tethering thc cows  on grass is usually commenced the  fore part of May, for a portion of  the day afc least.  "The soiling crops used are rye,  oafcs and peas, oats and vetch, ancl  clover ancl grass. These are hauled  fco thc barn and fed green, or pastured off by tethering the cows  along the edge. In some sections  where thc farms arc small all the  land is under cultivation and the  cows arc kept, in the barns until  fche oats and peas arc nearly mature; when the cows aro tethered  on these during the month of July,  after which they are too ripe to be  well relished. .The cows arc then  changed to the second crop of clover, which by this time is from 12  fco is inches high. Some dairymen  practice partial soiling all the time,  cutting green rye thc last of May,,  which was sown thc ������������������7evious September. When this rye becomes  ripe in June,they feed clover and  when this is mature, about July 1st,  cats and peas arc fed. After these  the second crop of clover is ready.  It- must be remembered that in the  cool European countries it requires  much more time for grain to ripen  after ifc is fully headed than in tho  central states, thus makii:.!. tho  soiling season much longer. It is  Ihe genera! rule io pasture until  ihort of grass, about ,'July j^t, and.  then soil until tlie gra^s / good  e.;.:ain. The cows ni'."' left ou pasture until October, the cxa.-; time  dependi-i;.. upon the seas,"), thus  making the period cow_ receive  green feed extend over nearly six  months.  "The cows arc seldom turned to  pasture in Denmark, but tethered  by means of a haltr,r on the head  ..nd a rop,? or chain 3:? (o 20 feefc  long, wliich is attached to a ten-,  inch pin driven into the, ground.  Thc cows arc moved live times a  day, from three to six feet, depending upon thc amount of feed, fn this  manner the, crops are, graced, off  without waste from tramping. The  great advantage of this .system of  tethering is that the crops can bc  allowed to grow two or three feet  high and yet bc eaten clown without wasting, thus pi'educing much  more feed per ' acre than can bc  grown on pasture that necessarily  must bc kept cropped fairly dose'  This is lhc Dane's chief point iiv  thc economy of feeding during Iho  summer. Practically no_ grain is  fed while cows are on the grass. A  few dairymen feed a little i__l0e.il.o  to their best milkers.  "The-cows avc put into the stable  in thc fall and not let out again until lhc following spring. They are  fed all fche straw ihey will cat, and  on an average, _ pounds of hay 40'  fco 100 pounds of roots, and aboufc  six pounds of grain per day, con-  sisi'ng of oilcake, bran, barley and  oats, the grain being fed according- to the milk flow.  "Many of the dairymen on. the-  small farms milk three times a 'lay,  having ten cows to thc milker. On  thc large farms ihey usually milk  twice a dav, having from 15 to 20-  cow's fco fchednilker, requiring, fcwo  and one-half hours, night ancl  morning io do the milking.  "The cows arc allowed to go dry  from six to eight weeks. To supply  the Danish export trade of-butter  ah even flow of milk is required  the year round ancl most of the  cows freshen from September fco  May. Thc male calves and any  heifers nofc needed for future cows  are sold for veal 'from three " to  four weeks old. Calves arc not allowed to suckle their dams. They  arc fed whole milk for the first  week. After this il is gradually  changed to skim-milk, and this is  fed io the heifers until they are  four lo six months old. From this  time on fchey are raised on pasture  during thc summer and in winter  arc given hay, straw and roots ancl  sometimes a little oilcake."  OUR WORK.  Our all from Thee obtaining,  "T liy "sac red"wi-Hf^scIn _h7  And glory in maintaining  The service of thc Church.  Thou  fco the church arc giving  To bc for age or youth,  Wherever wc arc. living,  The pillar of the truth.  YVifch willing hearts uniting,  Wc seek the things above ;  And in lhc truth delighting   Thc Sunday School we love.  And for Home Missions standing  Wc seek by gift and prayer  To keep Thy cause expanding  Throughout this land so fair.  Unto Thy call attending  In Foreign Missions we  ,The  word erf  life are sending  To lands beyond the  sou.  And for all nations pleading  Our efforts wc combine  To bear where Thou are leading  The light of Life divine.  To all Thy creatures turning  Who live in  sins and shame,  Our earnest hearts are yearning  That, They may know Thy name.  I.i Thy great Avork of blessing  May "wc more largely share,  And  thus  be  ever  pressing  Thy kingdom everywhere.  ���������������������������   '        ^ T. WATSON.  Pitiable   Ignorance,. ,    .  The case made known to tho Ibi...  authorities recently by the oi.iein.ls o.  the Qliiklrcu's Aid Society,, of how  a mother, son and two daughters, had  all died of consumption within a  short time of one another in the -iaine  .house, in which at tho pi..en,i tim.  three remaining children are. ox posed to infection is an illustrative instance of the ignorance,still prevaloii.'  in regard to- tubc .ulosis.���������������������������OUa_:.  Journal,  '< I .T_-  ^  \  ECZEMA'CURED  ROUGH q  THRU  i h'  BLOO  By tiis Aid of Br, Williams' Pini  Pills���������������������������.Tliat Wonderful Tonic  Medicine.  Eczema or salt rheum is a disease of lhc skin which shows itself  in small, reel, watery blisters���������������������������these  blisters break and leave a scale  which may be rubbed off by thc  hand. The affected parts arc intensely itchy and the victim cannot  boar fche touch of any article of  clothing over the parts.  Thc disease is caused by bad  ���������������������������blood and must bc cured through  ���������������������������the blood. 'Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  have cured many cases of eczema  because thoy arc the one medicine  that acts wholly on fche blood���������������������������thc  seat of tho trouble. Among those  ���������������������������cured by these Pills is Mrs. Chas.  Davidson, of' Amherst, _.. S., who  says:��������������������������� "1 suffered greatly from  salt rheum.or eczema ancl my hands  were badly cracked. 1 tried several ointments, but fchey did me no  good whatever. I was advised to  .try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills ancl  had only used them for a few weeks  when the trouble disappeared and  niy hands were entirely healed. I  am very grateful for what the Pills  havc done for me and would advise  other sufferers from this trouble to  try ihem."  What Dr. Williams' Pink Pills did  for Mrs. Davidson they havc done  for many others���������������������������nofc only in cases  ������������������V*^.feV-*1 V.  ty W __��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������w _=>���������������������������- __ -A* W V?  f(\ s}\ ������������������ . \ VJ _ rf\ . J\ Pj\. p}\ si\*f\. ������������������������������������JV 'ri\ s,\  CO  _?  __  MEAT DISHES.  2..  good  Chicken Shortcake.���������������������������Here is a  way to convert thc remnants  ot a chicken stew or fricassc into  a tempting and savory dish: Free  thc chicken from skin and bones  aud cut into small slivers. Put the  meat on to heat in enough  to  make it rpiiic moist.  one cup sweet milk, one teaspoon  soda in sour milk, one teaspoon  baking powder in Hour, three eggs,  three tablespoons melted butter,  salfc, flour enough for thin batter.  Fine.  Pot Ptoasfc.���������������������������A piece of nice beef  cither cut in pieces or leffc..in a  piece. Fry oufc suet, put in the beef  and brown; add an onion if desired after browning; pour in a pint  of boiling water, cover, and lefc cook  slowly until tender; add more  water, if needed, aboufc thirty min  cf  eczema ancl salfc rheum, but for  eruptions and pimples, chronic  erysipelas, scrofula- and all other  maladies wdiich arise from the  blood. 'They banish-these troubles  simply because they clear thc blood  ���������������������������of air impurities and-leave ifc rich,  ������������������_,- gravy  Sift two  tcaspoonfuls of baking powder and  one-half teaspoonful of salfc with  one pint; of flour. Hub one teaspoonful of lard and butter into the  flour, then stir in three-quarters of  a cup of milk. Stir the dough into  a small ball ancl roll into a cake  about an inch thick. ��������������������������� Bake in a  quick oven aboufc fiEfcecn minutes.  When done open the edge with a  knife and tear,ihe cake in two. After spreading the hot chicken on  the lower half replace thc upper  half. Over thc whole pour a generous amount of hofc chicken gravy  and  serve  afc  once.  Pickled Hump Roast.���������������������������Take four  pounds young rump, lard-it with  salt pork, rub both sides with salt  and pepper, then put in a stone  crock and cover with best vinegar.  ulcs   b  uforc  .rving:    havc  three  Let  davs  red  and  hcalfch-  Thc Pills  are sold by till medicine clcalei __o_  direct by mail afc 50 cents a box or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Onfc.  UP AND DOWN.  'A story is told of a Frenchman  who-was very anxious fco see "an  'American business man afc his home.  The first, morning when'he called  afc fche house the maid replied to  his query :  "The master is not down yet,"  meaning downstairs.  Tlie following morning he called  again1, and was met with :  "The master, is nofc up ycfc,"  meaning that he had not yob arisen from his bed.  The, Frenchman, looking at hcr  with doubtEul eye, paused for a few  seconds.  "Eefc ees very deef-culfc, bufc cef  r.c mademoiselle will fccll mc when  |.o master will bc neither up nor  down,..but in zc middle, zen I vil  call afc zat time."  roasting never  Aro your hands chapped, cracked  or nore? Have yoti "cold cracks"  which open and bleed when the skin  is drawn tight? Have you a cold  sore, frost bite, chilblains, or a "raw"  place,.which at tln.83 makes it agony  for you to go about your household  duties ? If so, . am-Buk will give you  relief, and will heal thc frost-damaged  skin.������������������ Anoint the sore places at night,  J-am-Buk's rich healing essences will  sink into the wounds, end thc smarting, and Will heal quickly. e  Mrs. Yellon. of Portland, says : "My  hands wore so soro Qad cruel.od that ib  Wi\3 r.gony.to put them'near water.  Whoa I did so" thoy would smart and  burn.as i_ I had soalcled thorn. 1 seemed  quit, uuttblo to get relief from anything  X pub on thorn until I tried Z_.n-.3u_,"  and it oucceedetl when ' all clso had  failed. Ifc closed tho big cracks, gave  mo easo, soothed tho inflammation, and  in a Yfii-y short Linn healed my hands."  Sarn-Hult also euros chafing, rcshes, winter  ceznnti, piles, uiurs, festering _?���������������������������<-,?, ton head*  and b'jcfo-, c&___������������������, pimples, ring-worm, tt-:.,  ott_, hums, bn__>,., scalds, sryains. Of ail  drugr/isls a nd stores, or post /.- . from thc Zam.  Jiuk Co., Toronto. Price &0o a box:  __  I te  stand in fche pickle for. three  , take oufc, wipe ^ on a clean  cloth, dredge lightly*'with flour,  roast'brown in butter, then add one  tablespoonful sugar, .three cloves,  one bay leaf, and lastly add the  vinegar in which it was pickled; also an onion sliced finely. hefc it  simmer until tender. After removing fche meat, thicken fche gravy  with flour as usual. This is ���������������������������excellent ancl a decided improvement on  Lhe ordinary way of serving a rump  roast.  Veal Oysters.���������������������������One and one-half  pounds veal from leg. Cut up into  size of oysters; french them like  you would pork tenderloin ; sprinkle  with pepper and salfc, roll in flour,  and fry*in butter till a rich brown.  Cover .them with a quart of beef  stock and fcwo tablespoons of chile  sauce; put on back of thc stove to  simmer -forty minutes. Serve with  either mashed or  boiled potatoes.  Boneless Birds.���������������������������Cut" up veal  steak in pieces about two inches  square, ancl pound each piece until  it is quite flat. Dust all with salt  and pepper, and lay on each piece  a strip of bacon. Roll ifc up and  tie .with a string. Dip each piece  in flour, and brown in a mixture of  butter ancl drippings. When  "birds" have become brown pour  on enough water to cover them, let  them simmer gently about fcwo  hours. Thicken gravy with a little  flour.  Roasting.���������������������������When  use watcr; it takes all the juice  from the meat. Use aboufc two  tablespoonfuls of lard or drippings,  and baste often. When roasting  turkey or large chickens lake slices  of bacon and tie around fowl; you  will find it more juicy.  Gravy.���������������������������"When meat is roasted remove from pan, let fat drip in your  j a r, _al l._b u fc_, two._ _h[p-s_ _������������������_.- .illL^IL  iu this one tablespoonful flour. Do  ihis quickly, so as not io lump; let  brown for a minute, stir in slowly  fcwo cupfuls of water,, milk, or  cream ancl let boil steadily for five  minutes, not too fast. If too thick  or lumpy put, in a little more water,  a pinch of salt ancl pepper. Stir  most of thc lime so nofc lo lump.  Sausage Cakes.���������������������������Make little pats  an inch thick "of "sausag'c"meal, ready  seasoned. "Wrap each piece in  mashed potato in which an egg has  been mixed lo bind ifc together. I "loll  in egg and bread crumbs and fry  until mcafc is cooked. Delicious for  luncheons or Sunday supper.  Veal Loaf.���������������������������Mince two and a half  pounds raw veal, half pound fat  sail pork, -add two tablespoonfuls of  butter, add three tablespoonfuls of  milk, one cupful of fine cracker  crumbs, fcwo tcaspoonfuls of salfc,  one teaspoonful pepper, ono teaspoonful of allspice, one and a half  teaspoonful of pulverized sage,  three eggs. Mix, press inlo pan,  bake two hours; baste every ten  minutes with littlo hot watcr; when  done and cold place on a dish. Garnish wilh lemon and watercress or  parsley.  SEASONABLE J.ECIPES.  Oyster Patties.���������������������������One pint small  oysters, one-half pint sweet cream,  one tablespoon flour, pepper and  salt to taste. Let cream jusfc come  to a boil. Mix Hour in a little cold  milk, and stir into thc hot cream.  Add salfc and pepper. Lei the voy-  sicrs come to a boil in their own  liquor, skim carefully and drain off  all thc liquor. Add the oysters to  the cream, and boil up once. Fill  patties.  Pancakes.���������������������������One   cup   sour milk,  cold  ���������������������������. It  large tomatoes, skinned, cut in  pieces, and thrown in. If thc water  i. pretty well cooked down ancl the  tomatoes can cook in fche fat it is  belter. When done acid water and  make gravy.    It is fine.  Veal Loaf.���������������������������Four pounds chopped veal, one-half pound salfc pork  chopped fine, four eggs, four tablespoonfuls of bread crumbs, one-half  teaspoonful of salfc, two tcaspoonfuls of sage, one-half teaspoonful  black pepper; mix well and bake  ia a pan for three hours; spread  butter over top before' baking.  KETCHEtf HINTS.  Hairing Tea.���������������������������If you onec wash  your tea before making you will nofc  return to thc old way. First scald  the teapot, put in ihe lea. and  pour half a cupful of boiling watcr  over ifc; then pour off fche water  immediately. Lefc the leaves stand  a minute or two until they uncurl,  then- pour on fresh boiling water  and steep as usual.  To Cool Oven.���������������������������Do not open thc  doors of the oven fco cool ifc, especially if there is', anything already  cooking in it, as thc rush of cold  air is apt to render it unappetizing; bufc place in it a pan .  watcr, leaving fche doors closer,  will quickly lower the temperature  and the steam arising from ifc will  prevent the food from burning.-  Kitchen Bouquet.���������������������������Put. half a  cupful of granulated sugar in _ a  saucepan and place on stove, stirring occasionally as ii melts. It is  not done until ifc smokes and is  a dark brown in color. When it  reaches this stage pour on a half  cup of boiling water���������������������������hot .coffee  may also be used with good results  ���������������������������and set back where ifc will simmer  until dissolved and about fche consistency of thin syrup. Place'in  bottle or jelly glass, cover, and .sefc  away for use. Ifc makes a splendid  flavoring for cakes, caramel ice  cream, custards, and may bc used  fco color gravies or sauces, as it imparts a beautiful golden brown tint.  The same thing exactly is sold ab  the grocery as kitchen bouquet and  a. a fancy price.  Cut Glass.���������������������������Wash well with a soft  brush in warm suds made with a  good soap. Binsc in good warm bluing watcr, let drain, and dry wiih  soft towel or brush.  Mashing Potatoes.i���������������������������Whcn. mashing potatoes heat fche milk and- they  will be much more foamy.  VEGETABLE HELPS. ���������������������������   \  Turnips, onions, cabbage, cauliflower, watercress, and horseradish  contain sulphur, purifying to thc  1 ������������������1 p o d.                    Potatoes salts of potash.  Spinach, one of the most valuable  ot vegetables, salts of potassium  and iron.  Cabbage, cauliflower, and spinach  ate beneficial to anaemic people.  Tomatoes stimulates thc action of  the liver.  Asparagus benefits thc kidneys,  celery for rheumatism, neuralgia,  and" nervous'disorders.  Lettuce for tired nerves. Carrots  form blood and purify fche skin.  |g$} kiV_=____ii   I &h 1   I -jhf __l. 1  JIM.  yHI. secret of the perfection of  **��������������������������� our newly designed No. 1317  Type Telephone Set lies in the  . fact ihat every part of it���������������������������every  individual piece���������������������������is itself absolutely perfect. The perfection  of the v.hole is attained  through perfection in the parts.  Examine the transmitter, for  ^example���������������������������standard long-distance  type you will find it,���������������������������or ihe  receiver, with   its  construction  that bars out all local noises to  spoil   transmission.      Or   look  into the generator���������������������������the ringers  and gongs,���������������������������ihe switch hook  ��������������������������� or   any   part   you   like,  You won't find a belter-  than  this made  rural telephone  anywhere. ���������������������������    *'-;  P  Let us tell you the story of U113 Icle-  j JL. phone���������������������������it will coot you one cent (for a  post card) lo know it���������������������������all ihedelails of  the instrument itself ns well ns ful I particulars of  every 6tcp  necessary in  the organization of a rural telephone company,  Writeaudask for BulletinNo. smj-it's Free.  ._. K_s_ ������������������__* Siia CO. I__.7J_>  Kannfm-tcrerc end ir.pplier: cf nil npp;ralu_ ijd t������������������_GipE*El  u_d :������������������ (h- cc_'._.li3n, cjeralic:i __d a:__.f-____K) of  Telcpucae.csj Power Plants.    A'Jd.c.a your uctrstt office,  K0NTREAL-Co_ Noir. P_._,. & Gg? Si_   TOP _ NTO-CO Front Si. W.  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A u*?r feitii.t ;_ th������������������ _..m_.il  A ra_;.n)flfient ten-story Cr.-piOot'������������������.di_tion i.i just h.  hostoliT th . novo.t ancl mo. . up-to-datu of Atlantic City i_������������������j  _i_. of tlit> bsd room., _.vev_gi_K 19 fact fii_U:.,-������������������.  Evory room commands an ocoaa riow, bith attnchaJ with s������������������;_ and fr������������������3b . ator. Ch������������������������������������. -  glass in arory obambor. Tomporaturo r������������������2uUt_ I by Tharraondadt, ths lateit daralopusnt '.fi  its.ia ksating. Telephone In ������������������v������������������rj roam. Hall pritriiBgu... C*_������������������.ioity *>00. Write for ;Il������������������_rttoJ  b*okltt.  CHARLES (������������������. MARQUETTE,   Managgr-  Ti_AY_lC_ _E HOTEL COfll-ANY,   D.-S.-WIIIT .._!__<__ckml.  ���������������������������    DUIMPJJXGS.  Liver Dumplings.���������������������������Few pcople  know what an excellent and also  cheap tlish can hc made of liver, so  here is one that is surely a "prize  winner"; First, soak about a loaf  of dry bread in water, now cup up  and grind about one nnd one-half  pounds of liver (calf's liver is best,  one-half pound bacon, two onions,  and a few leaves of parsley, celery,  and leek tops, of fine flavor; then  squeeze thc water all out of tho  bread, and mix these ingredients  all together, adding two eggs and  flour  enough   to    form  dumplings.  Dr.   Morse's  Indian    Root  Pi I Is  exactly moot lhc need which S3  of ton ii-i.c. in every family for a  ���������������������������medicine to op?ti up andlr. culato tho  howels. Not only arc they ctrectivo  in all case., of Constipation, but  they lifilp gn-atly in breakin? up a  Cold or La Grippe by cleaning out  tbe system and purifying the blood.  Iu th������������������ same way tlie.v relieve or euro  Biliousne..., Indigestion. Sick Headaches, Rliouniatisui and other common ailments. In Ihe fullest pe .so  of the words Dr. .Morse's Indian  Hoot Pills arc  A Household Remcc:  Drop into a kettle of (salted) boiling for she moved alon  watcr, one at a time, from a large  spoon, and boil about fifteen minutes. Take out into a dish and over  this pour a seasoning of cracker  crumbs fried in butter. Serve hot.  Chicken Dumplings. -- Prepare  chicken fur stewing-and cut in small  pieces. Put plenty 'of watcr on.  Then take one cup ot rice, wash  ancl salt. Then put in a small bag  and tic thc end with a string. Lay  on top of thc chicken. When done  take out and put drop dumplings  for fifteen minutes, boiling all the  time. Then take out dumplings and  make gravy. Here you have four  dishes for your dinner.   _   T _II������������������  Famous  ON GREAT EASTERN.  Com for'  S team ship    Was  <able l.oa(.  '���������������������������'You can say what you please  about thc old Great Eastern," said  a traveller who has crossed thc  ocean twice or more every year for  almost half a century, "but she was  a grand idea. Thc trouble was that  the idea was almost fifty years  ahead of its time. It has taken the  world all that time to grow up to  a Great Eastern, as exemplified by  the Lusitania and thc Mauretania.  "I made my first voyage to Europe in thc Great Eastern. That  was in 1SG2.    It was the first time  steadily and  majestically, but one day we wcrfi'  hailed by a small French ste _mci  that had mail to send to Europe-  and wc stopped short in midoccan  while a boat put out from thc other  vessel.  .. '..'.Well...how it. happened..! _dpn'(_.  know, but thc huge mountain of a  vessel .seemed tn lose hcr balance.  She wabbled about there in a  dreadful fashion. Passengers and  stewards were hurled iiboui in  every direction, ancl as for crock-"  cry, I don't believe a-whole plato  or cup and saucer was saved from  tli. wreckage.  "Even in speed the Great .Fast-  cm was'in advance of hcr time, for  it took us only eight days to get to  Liverpool."  CHILDHOOD INDIGESTION  MEANS SICKLY BABIES  The baby who suffers from indigestion is simply starving to death._  If it takes food it docs the child no>  good, and it is cross,  restless and,  sleepless, and the mother is worn  out caring for'it.   Baby's Own Tab.^  lets always cure    indigestion, and"-'  give the little one healthy natural*  sleep.    Mrs.  A.  P. Daiglc, Lowetf^  Sapin,  N.  B.,  says:���������������������������r'For severa'  |case. q{ ^.digestion I think ?ajby'������������������)  I Own Tablets arc worth their woiglii. "  the vessel    sailed   into   Liverpool. . in gold.   My little one suffered tfcr  She had accommodations for 10,000 ; riblv from -this    trouble  passengers,  100 in hcr on  '��������������������������� Yiiu  knnv.'  11  ihero    were  only  !._���������������������������  and paddlewJieels.  s:lie kept goii  and tho  Tablets was thc only thing that removed the trouble." Sold everywhere at 25c a box or bv mail from'  Tho IV .Villi',.,:;' _.\;ie_:. Co,  t was all right,   Brockville,  C:;l.      ���������������������������  but  that trip,  sho had bo I  n a  As  prolans THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 24, 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  go to  make  happiness  ENDERBY PRESS  Published every  Thursday at  Enderby, B.C. at  $2 per year, by the Walker Press.  Advertising Rates: Transient, 50c an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising, $1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line.  MARCH 24. 1910  HEAVY FRUIT  CROP PROMISED  A. REEVES  Druggist & Sta.tioner  Cliff St.  Enderby  araen  ^eed;  &_/  in bulk and package  L. L. May's Seeds, 3 for    ���������������������������  Steele-Briggs'        6 for  Plunket & Savage, 6 for  10c  25c  25c  W. E. Scott, deputy minister of  agriculture, is of the opinion that  ,' the coming season will be thc greatest fruit year that British Columbia  ! has ever seen. Last year there was a  1 poor crop, not only in B. C, but in  !all the Pacific States. Now, however  'all the trees are loaded with fruit  ! spurs, and if nothing happens to up-  . set their calculations, it is stated by  ; all who have been through the orch-  i ards that the crops will bc bumper  i ones.  j "It is no trouble to raise fruit in  'British Columbia," said-Mr. Scott in  a recent interview. "This has been  demonstrated beyond all cavil, but  the question of market is still an  ~';open one and requires handling with  the greatest care.  "I expect a great influx oi people  into the province this year. A large  number will take up fruit' growing,  but there are also many coming who  will engage in poultry raising, dairying, mixed farming and other industries. I expect to see a very large  number as soon as spring opensf  "The Okanagan and Kootenay districts have taken the lead in the  matter of fruit growing. They built  up the district   largely through per-  Just arrived: Shipment of Spring;sistent advertising  Hats, in latest Styles and Shades  Fresh Groceries always in stock.  IN THE ROSE GARDEN  Wheeler & Evans  G  Wanted���������������������������A motor boat in good condition. Gerald R. Merton, Salmon  Arm, B.C.  ��������������������������� If you want to have an ideal spot  for roses,   select   a site that is airy  i but sheltered especially from the bit-  # _ iing winds of winter.   Fortunately, in  itV   - P.\_!S3.t     ]_?_[ __r.k[C t!this sccti������������������n of the Okanagan we have  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor       | no v'intcr wind to sPeak of"   In addi-  j tion to this shelter,  have it open to   ���������������������������. I the sun some   part   of the day.     A  isouthern or southeastern exposure is  The best Fresh,   Salt   and Cured;preferable.   It is also desirable to let  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish the site be   a   little higher than the  weekly;  eggs   and vegetables,   ground about it���������������������������never lower.      Partial shade will do less harm to dark-  red roses than to roses of any other  color.  Old rose gardeners advise beginners  to be more careful   about the selection of site than anything else.   The  ! soil may be poor,but this can be rem-  jedied; drainage, too, may be bad, but  ���������������������������this,  also,   can    be overcome;  but if  Rubber-tired Single and Double ithe site is not suited, very little can  rigs;   stylish drivers;   new har-1^f"0mi;nffl in ������������������rowIns fine roscs itpiW   _*_!   ^.a   ���������������������������.nvl_  ,,. _.-,_. , I and it is liable to result in labor lost   "iemos    anCl    SCiaLCH    WOlK.  ness; everything up-to-date andlor   wastccL    An(1   nevcr plant vour  well-kept.     When you Wish a rig i roses near a growing tree if you de-  for a Sunday drive,   speak for it (sire the'best    results.     The roots of  early, as my finest turn-outs are jthe tree win surely find their way to  usually spoken for in advance.     !the rich earth  of  thc rose bed> and  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  Private   Livery  The C. P. R. location survey was  completed a few days ago. It is  understood that a maximum gradient  of 2.2 per cent going west has been  secured. This is a lower gradient  than that so far secured by the  American road. The proposed line  will cross the mountain at a higher  elevation. Going cast from Coque-  halla simmit, a maximum grade of  one per cent has been secured all the  way to Penticton, at the foot of  Okanagan lake, a distance of 130  miles. Two years, it is stated, will  see the completion of a direct C.P.R.  line between Hope and the Kootenay  districts. The Fraser river will be  bridged at or below Hope, and connection made with the main line.  The C.P.R. route from Hope, a  point in Fraser river valley west of  the Hope mountains, is across the  mountains to Coquehalla summit,  thence down the Coldwater river a  distance of 13 miles, then over a low  divide to Otter creek ^and on into the  fertile Similkameen district. From  Penticton the line will cross a summit, and proceeding via the West  Fork of Kettle river reach the C. P.  R. branch line now in operation as far  west as Midway.  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 6th 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.  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  Scratch Pads  We have a number of Scrap  Paper Scratch Pads. Various  sizes; just the thing for desk  <._x$������������������$������������������__s)$xs>������������������x!)_<s>^^ <^^������������������^������������������^mm������������������^m^m������������������^������������������^  We want  to prove it  In our Clothing Department we carry as  fine a line of Men's Suits as is manufactured in Canada. Now is the time to get  your  Spring Suit  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'  UNION  MADE  ..��������������������������� :_:_>>.  &_������������������_������������������_.  -_K3_&&  OVERALLS        .__flli������������������_  Kftfi ,__lliissiip  For Sale by  Come  in and  getour  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.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  ������������������_^-K&$������������������-HS)-H������������������)--3-___MS_^^  AnorJ-Iaitfaews  j deprive the   roses    of  moisture they need.  the food and  Cliff Street  ENDERBY  Hotel  ���������������������������The-Home of -the Old-Timer  and the abode of the New-  Comer. All will find a warm  welcome at the pioneerhouse-  ancl you'll be made to feel at  home, no matter when you  hang up your hat.  H. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor  Enderby  OVER ea YEARS'  EXPER1CNCC  Roses do   not    like   wet feet.   The  Enderby: bed  must be well drained.   This can  be accomplished   by digging out  the  bed to a depth of three feet.and filling in one foot   with broken stones,  bricks,  cinders,    tin  cans,  gravel,   or  [anything that will permit a free pas-  ! sage of water.     On top pf this, put a  ilayer of inverted sods; then alternate  layers    of- well-rotted    manure - and  loam.       When    planting,   spread  the  roots and   work   the soil thoroughly.  BIG  RAILROAD  EIGHT PENDING  ATENTS  Trade Marks  Designs  .... Copyrights Ac  Anyone sendlnj n sketch and description m������������������y  quickly iiscertaln our opinion free whether an  invention Is probably pntentnblo. Communlcn.  tions strictly conlldontlnl. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest nponcy for securing patents.  Patents taken through Jluun 4 Co. receive  tpecial notfee, without chnrRe, in tha  Scientific American.  A handsomely lllnBtrftt.d -weekly. Lnrt.it circulation of any sclentlllr. journal. Terms for  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid, bold by  all newsdealers.  _1UNN8Co.361Broadw^NewYork  Branch Office, (35 F 8t., Washington. D. C,  It is   reported   that the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company is likely to  begin  the construction of a line this  spring over tlie Hope mountains!.    A  .great   figlit   hctween    the    Canadian  i road and the Great Northern is pen-  Uling.   A decision that J. J. Hill will  i not be   allowed   to    enjoy any mon-  jopoly   of   the     prospective   through  I traffic   between   Vancouver   and    the  jKootenays, via the rich Similkameen  | and Okanagan districts has been definitely ,reached.  Both companies have completed  their location surveys over the Hope  mountains. The C. P. R., it seems,  has '.been more successful than its  American rival in securing a low  gradient across the summit. In  Montreal this week the board of directors will reach a decision as to  when construction work will start.  It is not improbable that operations  will be commenced simultaneously on  both sides of the summit.  While they last.  10c a lb. pack  ay 24th  What's Doing?  ' ""' When for a very reasonable figure you can buy a  j 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 Enderby -  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  =Oiir Sausage is still a"  Leader  CHINAMEN  are NOT employed for milling or packing  SEAL OF ALBERTA FLOUR  Therefore, from a HEALTH stand point, it is  better.       For Sale by���������������������������  WALTER     ROBINSON  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Supplies  You furnish the horse flesh and I  will do the rest. In addition to my  buggies, cutters and sleighs, my  blacksmith shop and wagon works, I  have placed in stock a complete out-  Gt of single and double harness, lap  robes, blankets, brushes, curry combs  and horsemen's supplies. Everything  new, and the best. Gall 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  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furniihed and Work Guaranteed  3  . cf  1  Thursday, March 24, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Closing Out Prices  Fuit and Ornamental Tees  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.  from   $3.00 "per  I  I  PRO BONO PUBLICO  (Correspondents will plaaso 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 interestrather  than  in   the  interest  of the public.    Be brief.  Greenhouses full of plants in all sizes and  100 pots up.  prices,  M. J. HENRY  OFFICE AND PACKING GROUND 3 - -  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 STRATHCONA, MOUNT ROYAL, O. C. M. G.  President Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K, C. M. OT  Vice-President and General Manager,   SIR EDWARD C LOUSTON. Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ^Jk^SsS-^  Branches in Okanagan District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kelowna and Summerland  G..A. HENDERSON, Esq,. Manager, Vernon       ,   - A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Endertjy  Finest in tlie Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook- the snow! of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and.now owns one of.  _ finest brick hotels- in the country. ���������������������������"-. Although  Paddy is'an_ Irishman from Michigan, he calls his,  hotel the King Edward. 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 Lov/ery's* Ledge.):. " .'.-  King Edward Hotel, &JS���������������������������H^  *********************** **-*-*  Enderby  \ Hazelmere Poultry Ranch f  t  )yhite Holland Turkey*  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. \  ��������������������������� ���������������������������....���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������  i  I  A $125#  Typewriter  for 17c a Day!  One of these machines presented  early in life to your boys and girls will be  - the commencement-of apracticalbusi-  ness career in the home that should  add inestimably to their training and  experience. . For particulars apply to���������������������������  The Oliver Typewriter Co.  The Oliver Typewriter Building,  Chicago, 111.  H. M. WALKER. Local Agent  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A LU������������������ Insuranc������������������ policy in the Royal Iniuranee Co.  of Liverpool, Eng,, is a valuable asset. A plain,  ���������������������������tralrht-orward contract, leaving no room for  doubt m to it* value.  TJia Liverpool & London & Globe Ina. Co.  Hie Phoenix Insurance Co. ot London.  British America A_suranco Co.  Royal Insurance Coo* 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; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a-trial  Editor The Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: In your last issue, under  the caption "One Man's point of  View," you print a sort of tabloid  biography of Mr. M. J. Henry, the  well-known nurseryman. As an appreciation of Mr. Henry, the man  and the .horticulturist, I have no  fault to find with your article. As  far as I have heard Mr. Henry is a  most estimable r' gentleman, and his  stock gives satisfaction to" his cus-  customers, but as an exposition on  salesmanship I think your laudatory  comment on Mr. Henry's method of  selling, holding it up as a model of  good salesmanship, is entirely" opposed to modern business experience.  I think it would be more correct  to say that Mr. Henry has been successful not because he has' never had  a "tree man" on the road, but in  spite of the fact.  Advertising paves the way to  easier sales ;by" creating .a greater  demand, but the most certain way to  effect a point of contact with the  dealer and the customer is through  the personality of a direct represent-  ativei. The whole end and aim of the  producer's battle is summed up in  one word, selling, and what he can  do by advertising and correspondence  is only a fraction of his business.  Apparently you, .and Mr. Henry,  have an objection to a salesman, but  it can only /be because you have been  unfortunate in the specimens you  have met, for a real salesman is a  pleasure to meet. Possibly it will be  advantageous to analyse the species.  A salesman is a_. tactful, diplomatic  gentleman, but "I cannot help but  think that Mr. Henry, and apparently Mr. Walker, have only met the im.  itation article, the "traveller", the-  loudly-dressed animal with a big ci:  gar stuck*'in his face at a rakish-angle, who walks into" your store or  office with the cigar, as if he had a  mortgage on the place, including the  stock and the ' proprietor and the  bank balances- . ,       ..-'"'.  A real salesman never "bothers."'  He knows better. He .studies the interest of his customer's, arid, supposing he is selling trees, he will, be  honest in telling you whether, in his  opinion, the trees you are ordering  are likely to do well in your soil,  whether your circumstances will permit you to buy trees . which take  eight years to bear, or whether you  had better buy trees which mature  earlier; whether the ornamental trees  you think of buying will stand the  frost you are likely to get, and how  to trim and handle them after you  have them; whether the soil on your  place is suited to certain trees or  plants which you would' like to buy;  -in^short,=give^you=honest=-advicCf=-or--=  der "or no order. No man can do  this through the mail; he cannot  have the necessary knowledge to do  it, and yet you tell your readers that  the best man is the man who does  not send out a salesman to represent  him.  No, sir; to be honest with your  readers, and with yourself, you must  admit that a firm employing a capable, scientific salesman, has an inestimable advantage over the man  who relics solely on advertisements  and form letters, and whose friends  pretend to boost his business by reprinting the notice on his back door  advertising his antipathy to corn  and eye doctors and other fakirs.  Mr. Henry is perfectly justified in  having his own opinion of such people, though probably even he' would  listen to a man who claimed to be  able to "fi x" the eyes of a deceased  _  po.tato; but this has no bearing on  your salesmanship argument, and in  common honesty you should come out  flat-footed and tell your readers  whether you state your own opinion  or simply quote Mr. Henry.  A salesman has a hard enough time  as it is, without the press, entrenched within the impregnable fortress of their liberty of speech, making it harder for them.  Yours truly, W.  A.  DOBSON.  Mr. Henry. It does seem cruel at  this late hour, with Mr.. Henry retiring from business with a fortune  of a few hundred thousand, that he  should be rudely awakened by Mr.  Dobson and informed that he knew so  little about his business. If Mr.  Henry knew what Mr. Dobson knows  about the nursery business ! He  would have retired owning all of  Vancouver, no doubt.���������������������������Ed.)  WE   SELL  PAINT  FROM AN  OLD  BANDMAN.  The Editor, The Enderby Press :  Dear Sir: As I am one of the oldest members of the Enderby City  Band, on my return to town, I was  surprised to learn from your last issue that it had disbanded, though  this is a very natural consequence, if  no place for practice can be got. One  could easily imagine the same fate  overtaking the City Council under  similar conditions.  When the band was first organized,  by the courtesy of the Orange Lodge,  we were allowed the use of the Orange Hall for a time; then we met  on the back verandah of my house,  and since then have practiced in one  of the rooms of the School house,  which' is now algo used b'y the high  school. We are a very ordinary lot  of individuals, with some sense of  decency and behavior, and the school  house has not suffered by our attending there .twice a week, as far as I  am aware. If any abuse has happened i. has not been the act of any  member of the band, and the public  have been debarred from the room  during practices.  ��������������������������� I wish you had been more, explicit  as to which.of the Aldermen cannot  see fit -to. allow the use of the large  room in the Town Hall for four hours  per week, for this was supposed to be  a public room in a public building,and  the argument was . largely used previous to the Town Hall being built,  that it would be a comfortable place  for the band to use as a practice  room, and we have long looked forward to the time when we could meet  in comfort and riot have to strike  matches "to thaw out the valves of  the instruments, as was. the case in  the school house in winter time, with  a hot-house temperature in summer.  I hardly need' mention the great  sacrifices on the part of the members  not to" mention the hundreds of hours  of valuable time given; some, of us  have tramped miles to attend. practices, and now we are informed "ye  cannot enter the holy of holies."  When Premier McBride was last  here, he expressed his surprise to find  such an organization in so small" a  town, and said we were a credit; but  evidently we are away below the  standard of the Council, and I am  wondering how they survived our  presence when the hall was opened.  To advance. arguments that it  would interfere with the office work,"  or that it would create a precedent,  is the veriest drivel, and I think the  sooner the Council realize it the better, and reconsider the matter.  for all purposes  For the House  For the Barn  For the Furniture  For the Waggon  _ .   >  For the Buggy  Shillac  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 qual- *  ity.     Our  goods   are    bought; '-  right and sold as .cheap, and in  .  many "cases cheaper, than can be V  bought elsewhere. ' Call or write".,  for peices.   All enquiries receive  our prompt attention: ;.  A, Fulton  Hardware, Tin'& Plumbing,  Establishment.    Enderby   ���������������������������'  CITY OP ENDERBY  Assessment, 'Year 1910  Court of Revision  Until then, if some public-spirited  citizen has an outhouse of any kind  which they have no particular use  for,  would they kindly inform the  DRUMMER.  If you have not tried the Glen Gerrack milk and cream, you do not yet  know the satisfaction of being milk-  satisfied - ���������������������������    (We would like to know the brand  of thought Mr. Dobson was indulging  in when he read our appreciation of  May 24th  What's Doing?  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 me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Mara, B. C  El darnel. Orchard  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR  L.   MATTHEWS.  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 the City Hall'on Saturday, the 23rd day of April, at 7:30  p. m., for the purpose of hearing'and   -  "det"^rmiriing"^ic complaints"-a"gains_~".h_     :  assessment as made by the Assessor,  and revising   and   correcting   the as- -  sessment 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 in .his..__._  behalf; and the court may, in the ex-  ..  ercise of-their discretion, either correct or confirm   the assessment; but  ���������������������������no complaint   can    be    heard  unless  WRITTEN NOTICE of the ground of  such complaint shall have been given  to thc Assessor at least TEN DAYS  before the 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 in  Have you read the ads of our home  merchants ?  / ���������������������������    .    _w_M*������������������  k   viTsL. i _.; ivi_   r\i"j;r_.  '.The Weapon That Tried Several Times  to  Kill   Kipling.  lay mind has down !_;ek down the  years io London and into tli. largo  corner room 0:1 the second !!<.������������������������������������������������������>. Vii-  licr. iU-Of... _mb .nkm.iit Gardens. On  th',1 w.il from ine; ih'i Thames hang.  th.'} iiviM vk-ii/ii.. !ookii!_ kni ft; I have  ever . ���������������������������i-n. It i-' si-: ;ir-i:tiri_ in shape,  ami iis (iuwnward _ < iiu i.s ..;���������������������������_ sharp as  ft needle.  "What a viiI.-iii.oi_s weapon!"  r./.;  _-U!  .G3SU-  .'. r*  :_. iOULO������������������  iid.  pling, and  I  forgot  ��������������������������� it or tho section of  h   it   ca me.     "That  to   kill   in.    several  "Yes," i-e;;iied,.K  the un wo h" gave  India   from   wh  knife   ha.   tried  times.      It's   aiv.-ays   en    she   watch  Then I ,_ul it (here wa.s atiixod lo It,  HEo a button en a foil. one joint of a  man's backI.... 1:0. The knife lr'.d been  run- inlo the \ertebrae, given a savage  twist and brought away with it a piece  of, human framework."  As he spoke ho approached the glittering, snakelike knife.  "Don't touch it!" I cried. "You  ought to keep it in a locked box."  He didn't touch it, so far as I saw.  but as he raised his hand tiie knife  dropped like a plummet, and stood  Quivering in the floor within an inch  of iiis boot.  "Look at that!"' he said and stood  there without moving a muscle until 1  saw how nearly the sinister blade had  come to impaling his foot. ��������������������������� l.obei _  Barr in London World.  A  CONVERT,  j One of the Ancient Seven  Wonders C?  I Uie World.  I    The  ancients  succeeded   iu   making  ; that alloy of Conner which i? known as  bronze.    Among tho seven wondoi.'Ot  the   world   was   the   famous   statue?  wholly   made   of   bronze,   historically  known as the Colossus of l.hodes.    It  represented Phoebus, the national dei-,  ty of the _.hudi__s.   It v.-as begun by  Chares, a pupil of Lysippsis, the sculptor, aud was completed by Laches 283  I>.   C.    Thc popular  belief is that it  stood  astride   the   harbor of  Rhodes,  that it  was   lOo   feet  high  and   that  ships could easily sail between its leg;..  ;    Pliny i-aid (.hat few men could clasp  '��������������������������� its thumb. It was cast on metal plates,  ���������������������������' afterward  joined   together,   and   this  1 process occupied twelve years.   In tho  interior was a spiral staircase roach-  \ ing iuto its head, and in a great mirror  i suspended to its ueclc were reflected  j tho coast of Syria and the ships sailing  ; to Egypt.  j After it had stood for sixty-four  years this colossus was overthrown by  Jan earthquake, and its remains lay on  j tho shore for 923 years���������������������������that is, until  ! A. D. 072���������������������������wheu they were sold by the  ! Saracens to a dealer. The original  j cost was 300 talents-about ������������������0,000,000-  and it is not too much to say that a  ! similar image might be constructed  ; now iu oue-fourth of the time and at  ' one-third of the original cost. Khodes,  ! by the way. must have had colossus  ! ou the brain, for Pliny relates that tho  I port was adorned with 1,000 colossal  statues of the sun.  r a -J _ :j i> 'J 1������������������\i __. if! i. b������������������  Canada First In Science That. Has  Revolutionized Work.  Surveying by moans of photography  is now practiced with great accuracy.  The system was first used with success in 1S3S, and it is interesting to  note that it is practically a Canadian  idea. Al, all events it has been far  moro extensively employed hero Hum  in any other country. Tho process  lias heen named photo-topography���������������������������  another new word for the dictionary  ���������������������������for tho reason that it consist? in  photographing a  region from  various  "CAUGHT-THE MOOD.  The lucid.nt That'Helped Verdi 'Wiih  His "Miserere."  I\[en of genius are confessedly creatures of  mood.    Grief and adversity  j have often  been a real help to them  ; rather  than a.1 hindrance.    Poe,   it is  said, produced "The Raven" while sitting at the bedside of his sleeping but  dying   wife.    Mauy  similar instances  might  be  cited,   but  an   anecdote  of  Verdi,  told  hy  Carlo  Cecearelli,   will  ' 8ullice.  '    On one occasion "whon Verdi was en-  'gaged  on  Ids  well  known  opera,  "11  high   levels   aud   making topographic   Trovaloro,"   he  stopped  short at   tho  maps from Ihe data so secured. Tlio  difficulties encountered in surveying  much of the country in the far northwest of Canada have bcem most formidable. Indeed it was found quite  impossible lo carry on such  work in !  passage of the "Miserere," being at a  loss lo combine notes of sufficient sadness and pathos to express the grief  of (he prisoner, Manrico.  Sitting at his piano in the deep still-.  the regular way in  the  recent topo- : n<ws oMhe winter night, his imagiua  He Is Now a Firm Believer In Psychic  Phenomena.  "Do I believe in the occuit? Sure, i  dcy' said the suburbanite as he settled down info bis seal in the smoking* car and tilled his pipe. "I was  just as great a skeptic as you aro until  a week ago. I was firmly convinced  that table manipulation was a fake,  that mind reading was pure guesswork and that all alleged psychic phenomena could be attributed to natural  causes. Bui now I'm willing io accept the eu.ire propaganda. Nothing  i^ too obscure for me to accept on  fclind faith. I've experienced a com-  pfete change of heart, as they used to  say in the old camp meetings.  "Yon see, it was this way. My  friend Buggins, who is really a bug  on tho occult, induced mc to go to a  seance .witIi him the other afternoon  and prevailed upon mo to have a sitting. Jn spile of my uonbelief he said  I wu3 a good subject, and I guess I  was. The lady who was delivering the  soul fluid told me I should have trouble with a stout, dark woman. All  the way out on the train that evening  tho Idea haunted me. I couldn't get  it out of my iiead.  "Aud, say. sho was right. What  happened? Why, when I got home 1  found myself up against the proposition of firing the colored cook. Sure,  I believe in the occult.   Got a light?"  LONDON   THEATERS.  Stovcnson's Cup of Misery,  Tt.  L.  Stevenson,  writing iu  1393 to  George Meredith, iu au epistle quoted ;  in    his   "Letters,"   says,   with   heart '.  touching pathos:  ���������������������������Tor fourteen years I have not had  ft day's real health. I have wakened  sick and gone to bed weary, and I  have done my work unflinchingly. 1  have written in bed and written out of  .._ ��������������������������� tv 1*1 -. i /in���������������������������i n��������������������������� lw_ _.���������������������������.***'_:. _____: ��������������������������� _ .���������������������������! I t t\n _ i )l   sickness, written lorn by coughing,  written when my head swam for  weakness, and for so long, it seems to  mc. ! havo won my wager aud recovered my glove. J am better now���������������������������have  been, rightly speaking, since first 1  came to thc Pacific���������������������������and still few are  the days whon J am not in some physical distress. And the battle goes on���������������������������  ijI r>r woM is .1 trith- .0 li: .t it goes. I  -wa.. made for a contest, aud the pow-  f"-. have so willed that my batlk-lii-Wl  should be ti-.!-! dingy, inglorious one of  tlie bod and (he phytic bottle. At  least I have not failed, ti'il I would  have pretcrred a place of i rumpetings  and the open air over my head.*'  The Ordoal  of Getting  Past thc  Aged  : Ticket Taker.  !    The Qrst difference I always find be-  ' tween going to the play in London and  in New York is that in New York the  ' man who has paid for a seat is made  ' to feel that he is a patron of the house,  . while iu Loudon he is greeted by the  staff of the theater not exactly as an  " intruder, hut as a necessary evil. They  appreciate that an audience; is a necessary  evil,   but sooner than   have one  : they would almost prefer to close the  house.  ] In London for that importantly stra-  : tegic outpost of ticket taker an old  man of eighty is always employed.  You think this is accident, but it is  not. Old age naturally suggests failing  eyesight, and when he keeps you waiting in the foyer while he examines  your ticket and assures himself that it  is not a laundry bill or a motor bus receipt you attribute the delay to his old  eyes. But in detaining you he bas a  motive. Standing at his elbow, scowling darkly, there always is another  man, apparently a plain clothes out  from Scotland Yard, uncomfortably  disguised in evening dress. And while  the aged ticket laker pretends to scru-  nithze your ticket the lookout man  scans you. You cannot escape his eye.  He never sleeps. No American, uo  matter how reckless, can hope to pasa  that man with a concealed bomb or a  revolver or wearing a white tie with a  dinner coat.���������������������������Collier's.  Flies at Sea.  The finding of dies and butterflies  a long way out at sea is perhaps to  most readers a fact not very well  known. A recent traveler in the tropics relates that when thirty miles  out from land a plague of flics overtook the vessel on which he was steain-  ingr^Ttfir"cftfi. rt^wa57 .<____rr>t��������������������������� thexxr  that the beams were blackened. Common black housctlies they wero for  tho most part, with, however, a good  sprinkling of largo green dies. Where  they could have come from was a mystery, but they were a terrible nuisance,  and, although those on board swept off  hundreds in a net, their numbers wero  not sensibly diminished. Another sin-  gular circumstance .was that, although  no land was in sight, large dragon  flies repeatedly dew across the ship,  and a large dark butterfly was observed to flit across in the direction of the  nearest land, quite thirty miles away,  without stopping 10 rest ou the vessel  al all,���������������������������Loudon Globe.  How lo Kno.-.  die Twins.  The 1. voiiy twins, Fred and Frank,  wero siii.ii o_arl counterparts of ea<-li  other that man. of tho neighbors coiilo  tell them apart, and even iheir mother  some I inn.:-, had !.r doubts. Tho re-  semblance !.- ar.-cnitinted by the fact  thai ���������������������������h'-y are dres.-od exa.tly alike.  "li-iw in (iu1 work] can yon yourself  tell which is wkkh, Mrs. P.overly'."  as!.' di a oalk-r one day.  ������������������������������������������������������To tt-i: 1 iie iruih." she answered,  "J <-:;n'f always. I.ui if I hear a nois_  ii. the ]>a:;;ry and I call out, 'Fred, i.--  tli.-.t you':' iii'fl he says, 'Yes. mamma,'  I i.ij.;w it's i'l-ink and that he's in  _onu  land of ::!is,-hief."---Kxchange.  Both Rather Flippant.  There is a curious parallelism between two stories toid respectively of  the late Mr. Spurgeou and of Dean  Swift.  Mr. Spurgeou on hearing of the devastation wrought by an carlhqualch in  Essex merely remarked. "I am glad to  hear that iny county is moving at last."  The dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin,  waft watching with a fri.nd the roof  of a building on wliich several men  wero al work fixing slate:-:. Suddenly  one of the men vanished. Thereupon  the dean tinned to his companion and  said, "l like to see a man go quickly  through ids work."  V. cric'.fjrf_! Cactuses.  The largest o.u.-it;*os it' tiie world are  those lo be found  in parts of Mexico.  The  ouri.u:.   bristling  plants common  ���������������������������in" greenhouse and even  in botanical  celled ions give but a po.r Idea of tlie  Bi/.e ar.d  beauty of this- variety.   It !*  common, for example, to lim.l a single  plant growing lo a height- o\ 'd. ;-,t <-!'  ;ten feet which wiil wid di . *ve;-nl liu.a  'ured pound.;,    'lhe .;viii.<o:.: grow in a  bewildering vari--:w  of form; and colore.  Their bio.":;.v..s_: :i>-.. correspondingly large and varied.  Egotism of Genius.  When Wordsworth, Sonthoy and  Coleridge were walking together, and  Coleridge remarked that thn day wag  f-:o iiue "it might have been ordered  for three poets," the gentle Words-  vet, -th promptly exclaimed: "Tbreo  poets!   Who are the other two?"  Disraeli, when a mere youth, wrolo  to h-J sister that ke fuel heard Macau-  ley, Skell and Grant apeak, "but between our.elves I could floor them all."  A������������������(\ again hc said, "When I want to,  read a good book I write one."      .      j  graphical   surveys    made   along   tho  boundary   line   between  Alaska   and  northern   British   Columbia  and    tho  Yukon Territory.   By means of photography,  however, the Canr_lian  Gov- ;  eminent surveyors  have obtained re- j  marital _y  accurate  records,  but even !  by   this    comparatiA _ly    unhazardous !  method lives have been lost.    So an  idea may thus be had of the value of .  the   new  system   in  unexplored    regions,  where tho extreme rugged ness '  of tho country and tlio climate make  the   surveyor's work  under   thc best  circumstances    most   dangerous   and  diflicult.    The use of photography in  this way is described iu a recent paper  road by Mr. P. W. Greene, before the ;  Canadian Society of Civil Engineers,  an extract from which is hen. quoted:  "The instruments employed on the  Alaskan boundary survey are two, the  camera and thc transit.    On account  lion wandered back to the stormy days  of his youth, endeavoring to extract  '" from tho past a plaint, a groan, like  ! those which escaped from his breast  when lie saw himself forsaken by tho  world.   All in vain!  One day at Milan he wris unexpectedly called to the bedside of a dying  friend, one of tho few who had remained faithful to him in adversity  and prosperity. Verdi at the sight of  his dying friend felt a lump rise in his  thi'bat. He wanted to weep, but so intense was his grief that uot a tear  flowed to the relief of his anguish...  In an adjoining room stood a piano.  Verdi, under one of those sudden impulses to which men of genius aro  sometimes subject, sat down at the instrument and there and then improvised  the  sublime "Miserere"   of the  of the nature of tho country and the    .���������������������������,,       ,      ���������������������������   .,., . .      .    ,    .  climatic conditions encountered, both    "-L^vatorc."   The musician had given  are necessarily of the simplest possi-    utterance to his grief.  bio design.    .    .   .    Thc camera rests  on  a  triangular base,  identical   with  the base of the transit, so that both  . may fit the same tripod.   Tho camera  outfit    complete,    including    case.    7  plate-holders,   and   14   plates,   weighs  about J9 pounds.    .    .    . '   Compared  with most European instruments the  whole equipment is very simple.  ;     "A  photographic  survey  is  carried  on   necessarily  in  connection with   ft  triangulation   scheme,  by   means   of  . which   the  positions" of   the    camera  ' stations are.determincd.   Tho triangu-  ' lation   stations are so   chosen as   to  QUEER  JEWELRY.  Telegraph Wire Necklaces and Insula-  j tors as  Earrings.  ] Tbe aesthetic and decorative uses to  which barbarians will turn objects  which to civilized races aro things of  the humblest utility are amusingly illustrated by this "fashion note" from  .West   Africa  taken   from  an   Italian  " newspaper:  For somo time the ofDcials of. the  form good camera stations. The quali- German colony in Southwest Africa  fications of a satisfactory camera sta- noticed that the telegraph wires and  tion are:    (!) a good view of tho sur-    other accessories of theelectrical plant  plotted from two camera stations shall sessions came reports of strange pre-  not be too acute. A judicious selec- dilectious for articles of German cou:-  tion of suitable stations, to avoid both    merce, as, for example, rubber heels,  duplications and omissions, is tho  most difficult part of photographic  work and requires a thorough understanding of the methods of plotting  and also of the practical difficulties  met with in the field.  "A full climbing-party usually consists of five meu. On reachiiic tho  summit of a peak the observer' and  recorder immediately start on the  camera   woik    while   the    men   busy  garters, buckles, and so forth, things  which tho natives of those countries do  not generally use.  The governor of the colony gave an  entertainment one year in houor of  the emperor's birthday and invited the  chiefs of tho different tribes to it.  What was his surprise when ho saw  these native gentlemen appear with  his   stolen   telegraph    wires   twisted  themselves gathering rocks for the . nkmd their illustrious necks. The  cairn which supports tho triangula- ; higher the dignity the more rings of  tion signal.    J he camera is leveled nn ; _ --'round tho neck.  soon started  in the  .n   which   supports   uio   triangula- ; higher the dlgni  n signal     J he camera is leveled up j (be wlre wcro ro.  ait^- 1 T*'    and   afteA i    inquiries  were  using   is  ready   ior  exposure.    A :     ...        ...  _ \ _ L .   __���������������������������_ *i 1 _��������������������������� 11_ rr     _��������������������������� _ I I O frtO  as  foe  series of seven photographs is taken  including tiie complete round of the  horizon, each photograph sli .htly  overlapping the. last. Thc points to  keep in mind are that the camera  shall always be focussed as described  and that, it shall be level before exposing. The exposures vary from 10  ^to^GO-'SS co n-d S7-=i.\^-h arp-^p-nlt^or^a'riy"  well-defined point is chosen in thc  field of each photograph, and this is  sketched, and briefly described by tho  recorder. He also records the exposure and the plate exposed. . . .  When ihe photographic work is -i\n-  ished the transit is set up in the same  place and the points .mentioned above  ar--: fried in to some peak or station  of known position.     .   .   .    Ily means  outlying villages, and it came to light  lhat the white china insulators of the  telegraph poles had become earrings.  A young lady of the highest distinction iu native society wore a rubber  heel hanging from her nose, and a  young man who was a well known  ciandv._wpre__daugling from his ears a  pair of beautiful pink silk garters.  A Soldier's Beginnings.  We were visiting at S.-indringham  Sir Evelyn Wood, who "is very deaf,  crept up as near as he could to lhe  musicians, aud iu one of the pauses he  said (0 me, "Are you fond of music?''  I answered, "Yes." "Do you play  of the. sketches find descriptions, the   anything?"    I said.. "No."-...."Well,"Ju>  points "may   be  easily  "recognized" on  the photographs "  went, on, "I anf~soa fond~"df^ir thatr  would you believe it, I began to practice scales at twenty-four. Rut one day  my sister came up and put her hand  on my shoulder and said. '.My dear  boy, you had betler give tliat up,' aud  so I did." He ah;o told me that he  began life as a sailor, then went to tin1  bar and finally entered the army. The  only profess ion he had not tried was  (lie church, and his enemies say he  would have tried that, only he did not  know   what church   to  choose���������������������������"Life  TQLO'T?-"WINNIPEG.  Christmas   Saw   a  3ig Gathering   <.  ". tVic-n  From Ai! Over the World.  Men from all over the West g_fhe_������������������  ed at Winnipeg to ..'pend Christmas.  They" came .from the outposts, from  t*ie ends"of steel, from lumber camps, /  ���������������������������from survey parties, from wherevec  they were and didn't want to bo on  Christmas Day, and .mo of the _i sa?<  in the rotunda of lb; Royal Aloxan.  dra on Christmas Eve and told stone...  "I came through to Edmonton, down  to Calgary and in on the C.P.R.," sai'l  one, a young engineer on the G.T.P.  west of Edmonton. "Tn ihe smokei  there was a bunch of fellows from all  parts���������������������������scfme Canadians, a few. En-{.  lishm.n, and I. couple of men from  Now Zealand, going over to England  to college. We^got talking about this  suffragetlo racket and tlio Englishmen seemed to be afraid that tho women would get votes and 'play t'\o  devil' over there wilh politics. 1  knew that women had votes in No .'  Zealand, so L turned to one of thft  chaps from there and asked him ho.  it had worked out.  " 'Why all right,' he said. 'We find,  that, it doesn't make any difference.  The married women vole as theur  husbands do, and tho. (single one!.  won't make ihe statutory declaratio _  that they _t. over twenty-one.'  ''Ono of the men had just come froir  a lumber camp on Big Island, in Laltn  Winnipeg, where ho had charge of a  gang getting out lumber for tho spring  won  'Oil  I've got a mixed crowd up there,'  ho said. 'Westerners, old country  men and somo from Ontario. The  Ontario men like to kid tho Englishmen. There -��������������������������� an Englishman in the  gang' who's always telling the others  how they do things in London, and  every time hc mentioned that city ono  of the Ontario men would ask him if  hc meant" London, Ontario, or London, England. This made him froth  at tho mouth, and at last I had to  stop il. Well, not long ago I hired a  new man, and the Englishman started  in at once to tell him how lo do it,  and especially how it was done in  London.   .  " 'Do you mean London, Ontario, or  London, England?' thc Canadian asked.  " 'London, Ontario, be d���������������������������d !'. shouted the Cockney-.- 'London, 'orae, I  mean, where 'arf the world is.' "  A young bank manager from Saskatchewan told the next one.  "'The head office sent me a young  Englishman "to 'go on tlie cash.'" One  day during the recent stormy weather-  I had to drive over lo another town  about eight miles away. The teller  wanted to go too. I told him it waa  pretty  cold.  "'Oh, no,' hc said, 1 never feci  the cold.'  "So I said lie could come along and  when wc were ready lo start ho appeared with, a light overcoat and a  dice on.  "I told him that wasn't .enough, but  ho said: 'Oh, quite sufficient, 1 never  foci the cold, you know.'  "It was about twelve below, and  when wc had gone quarter of a milo  I saw that both his ears wero frozen  white.  "Your ears are frozen," I told him.  " 'Oh, no,' he said, 'I assure you I  don't feel the slightest sensation. 0/  pain.'  "Well, wc- got back at last and before he wout in I told him that he  had better thaw out his ears with  snow.  " 'Oh, thank you,' no.' he said. 'I  assure you 1 haven't felt tho slightest  sensation of cold since we first'start-  ed.'  "The next day he came out with  cars ihat looked like beets.  ._���������������������������_.'���������������������������ITI.. y.-iir-_.n_Rf.- fro _lor __. hn��������������������������� ..ii. ___  'I believe they must havc been frozen,  after all. but do you know, old chap,  I   really   thought you  were   spooling  mc.  What Detained  Her.  i3he was rich, and she was good-  n.itured, two things to recommend  her, hut when she first bought a big  house in Toronto's most fashionable,  street, one cau truthfully say that  socially  she hadn't "arrived."  Finally one kindly disposed person  decided to call on her at- home day,  and did _n. Tlie maid, however, explained that her mistress "wa.s not  at.  homo."    The   caller,   who  thought . f)1- sir William llroiidbent."  calls   were   what   Avere   wauled,   wad ,   somewhat perplexed at this new aspect of the case, and. asked "Hut  i..n't  this   her  day?"  The maid admitted tliat it was, and  moreover, explained that her mistress  was in t.he house. Finally, she said,  ''W.-ll, if you'll come in, I'll go and  Iind out if the'11 see you."  The caller waited iu the big draw-  iug-ro'mi while lhe clock ticked away  th. mi nut-... until at least twenty had  passed, and then suddenly the door  was   opened   ami   in  walked  a .figure  simply laden with ornaments which,  at fir.-t {.dance, seemed to include  everything usually found in a jeweler's window from divers tiaras to  chains and necklets and brooches and  pine all apparently of great value.  "i.ow_thi_ I call kind of.you, right  doTvn kind," voiced the walking diamond tmirte as she plumped down in  an easy chair beside her guest, "You  sec I v.-as up in the attic scrubbing it  out when you arrived, and I just had  time to throw on a few jewels before  I came ���������������������������tlo'wn,"  The Falling Branch,  /..a the grounds of Dalhouaio castle,  &_otland, Is said to be a famous example of tho sympathy of tho vegetable world wi!h human death. If was  anckntly believed in tlio neighborhood  ill:;I, a branch always fell from tbi_  oak wheu a member of the family died.  Apparently the fall of the original tree  early in the eighteenth century did not  break the sympathy, for a new one  sprang from the old root, and it is  upon record that as lately as 1S7-1 an  old forester, seeing a branch fall from  this on a still day, cried, "The laird's  deed noo!" News of the eleventh Eurl  of Dalhonsio's death soon followed.  Mis Birthday.  i "V. hen were you born?" asked an"  ! Inquisitive of Robert Louis one day.-  ".May 10, 1SS0." was the instant reply,  and Robert Louis and Fanny Stevenson exchanged glances. This was their  wedding day.  The  Late  Hon. Archie  Gordon.  Canadians have heard with regret of  tho death, as the result of a .���������������������������'���������������������������motor  car accident, of the Hon. Archibald  Ian Gordon, the third and youngest  son of the; Earl, of Aberdeen,: Lord-  Lieutenant of Ireland, and formerly  .Governor-General of the Dominion.  Ho', competed his twenty-fifth.' year  last autumn; and tho sudden off -taking of a'; healthy young man at such  an ago is always a matter to stir tho  emotions of those who know even  but littlo of him, 'especially if ho was  as generous and likeable as was  'Archie" Gordon. A correspondent  who knew hiin writes in The Westminster Gazette-. "There are some  v. .id personalities ���������������������������whom those who  knew them 'find it absolutely impossible to think of as dead. Mr. Gordon was one of these. I knew him  as a little lad in his home in Scotland, a radiantly happy child, with  gr������������������!at blue eyes, golden hair, and as  winsome a presence as hearts of parents could desir_. And as he was  then, so he remained to the end of hi3  short, happy life, a lovable, sympathetic presence, full of the joy of  life, full of generous impulses, a beloved son of parents whose home circle v.ras exceptionally happy, and who ;  in their bitter grief will have tho  widest sympathy in Canada as we.,  as. in the United Kingdom."  Shortly before Mr. Gordon's .death*  his engagement to Miss Violet Asquith, daughter cf -the British Premier,  was   announced.  ���������������������������    A H.(.VISION.  She���������������������������I think it makes women  look loud to use powder nn their  fac:5S.  He���������������������������.Tot  powder,  ir  1.,, $  <  THIS WELL-KN.O.  ADVOCATE STATES  HIS i) 0CTOR ADVISED HIM TO  TAKE DODD'S KIDSEIr  PILLS.  And lie Found Thorn (o hc all They  . .Yero ArtvcrUsi'd���������������������������jrow ami WJiy  Dodd'.s Kidney Pills Cure.  Montreal, Que.. Jan. 17 (Special)  ���������������������������"Dodd's Kidney Pills were recommended to me by our family  physician, and I must say they have  proved to bc what they were advertised.'" ������������������  This statement, made by L. J. 11.  Hubert, thc well-known advocate,  of 214 James Street, is a double tribute to Dodd's Kidney Pills. It  shows that they arc recognized by  reputable medical men as a peerless remedy for diseases of thc  Kidneys and also that they arcTnow  looked upon as a standard medicine by the best people in Canada.  And thc reason ' of this is that  they do just what they are advertised to do. They, cure diseased  Kidneys and put them in condition  to clear all impurities out. of the  blood. They'ctH-e Bright's Disease,  Diabetes ancl Backache, because  these'are Kidney diseases.- They  cure Rheumatism, Lumbago ancl  Heart .Disease, because, these are  caused by impurities in thc blood  that the Kidneys would strain out  of thc blood if^they. were in good  working order. If you haven't  used them yourself, ask your neighbors aboiVt Dodd's Kidney Pills.    ���������������������������  Record   Niagara  Camp.  When "reveille'' sounds in camp  at Niagara on the lake next summer,  it will rouse from their slumbers some  10,000 citizen soldiers,; for the Dominion Government are planning to  make this year's camp one ^of the  largest in the annals of the Canadian,  militia.  Last year, owing to the extra expenditure incurred during the Quebec tercentenary, the Militia Department adopted a cheese-paring policy,  and the strength of thc various units  suffered in consequence. This year,  however, the authorities are going to,  the opposite extreme, and in -the mobilization of 10,U00 troops they are probably creating a new record.  It is stated that thc whole' of the  western district command will be tinker arms at Niagara, which means  that the cavalry alone will be represented by six regiments j the Governor-General's Bodyguard, 1st Hussars,  2nd Dragoons, 9th Mississauga Horse,  and the two newly-raised corps, the  24Ih "Greys" Horse and the 2Dth  Brant.  While nob yet decided whether all  thc infantry brigades in. the western  command wil be called upon, it is  extremely probable that the 3rd, 4th,  5th, 15th and 10th will be mobilized.  This leaves the 1st and 19th Brigades  of London and Guelph, all of whom  will likely  bc requisitioned.  Brigadiers, in particular, will welcome this program, for in place oi the  skeleton commands, which they have  generally been called upon to handle,  they will now have the direction of  brigades,  worthy  of the name.  Last summer the total strength of  the camp was 3,260 of all ranks, which  means that -nearly 7,000 additional  troops will take part in the Niagara  drills  and  manoeuvres  of  1910.  lildren's Coughs CT ,ho  ittlc  " ���������������������������t*1"-'' _r_iw-_r^''- v _**^-T'*m'  Onc3 Much Unnecessary Suffering  ,w_m.s. ?&_������������������___yo.(gu__$_K%as  : 13 Giveo instant relief���������������������������soothes and heals tl.e little   ������������������ |  ! !,. tlironl: and prevents more serious illness.   Children  I [ 3 like it too���������������������������_ pleasant to take and dees not u. et  !������������������ ths stomach.  !9 Ail Di*U[_ic_, 25 cents. (a  ^���������������������������^-r* i  TVT���������������������������VTA f- * ���������������������������-*��������������������������� M....-.__,_Mn_-.i _ -*.. ..���������������������������.   _*^  SENTENCE SERMONS.  Faith should give meaning "to the  forms of religion.    -  Hc cannot keep his friends' who  fears to have foes.  Good manners are - thc clothes  worn by good morals.  It is a good thing for thc oak to  look often at the acorn.--  When a sermon gets thin it is  sure to spread itself out .long.  _.oiir size in heaven will not clc-  pond on your sighs here. -  Ignorance is tne weakest protection possible to innocence.  "When a man's faith is dead lie is  always zealous  for its bones.  Progress    seldom    comes  ' on    a  track; she makes her own way.  ' , Moral' blindness is often  due to  pressure' on  the- money nerve. -  The power to comfort others does  not come-from consoling yourself.  You never get any higher' than  the things you put on top in your  life.  As'we paint the pictures of imagination wc make permanent those  of. memory.  No man is worth anything to his  age who docs not sometimes get  angry 'with it.  - The difficulty of representing religion would be halved if its mis-_  .representing friends would all die.  Adversity   often    works prosperity,  but that  does not  acquit the  man  who brings it on another.  ���������������������������Th c-al o 11 ar_=w.i 11=n aver���������������������������b c=w.o������������������t h _  much to any man until evcry man  is worth more than thc dollar.  It is always easier to sing of golden boulevards than it is to make  streets so that crookedness cannot  hide in them.  |    The beggar   had    a    notice up.  ;''Deaf and  Dumb," and the passing philanthropist stopped in front  of him.    "I'd like to give this man  j something." hc said to his companion,'"but how am I to know that  iho is deaf and dumb?"   ''Head the  notice, sir," whispered the beggar  incautiously.  An Artist In Butter.  Hon. Sir E. Chandos, Leigh, K.C.,  K.C.B., tells an amusing Thackeray  story. He says: "Thackeray perfectly  abominated anything in thc nature of  flattery. ��������������������������� I .was with Thackeray one  night when a" man came up, and for  five minutes administere'd to the great  novelist the' most fulsome flattery.  When the .man had gone I said to  Thackeray, 'Who is' that?' Thackeray  replied, 'He calls himself an artist,  but I think he paints as much "in butter as he does in oils'."  -_-  A CONVENIENT BRANCH BANK  A,Branch of the Traders Bank of  Canada has just been established  it thc Union Stock Yards, Toronto,  and will be open for business on  irurkel days. Drovers may exchange their cheques ��������������������������� at this  Branch for Safety Cheques payable  it their home- towns.' ���������������������������  Anyway, thc gossip isn't forever  banding you .advice.  Much of thc food foV thought results in mental indigestion.  "I am-very sorry to hear, Captain Salter, that your;wife left you  so unceremoniously.". "My mis-,  take, sir. I; took her "for a mate  ancl she proved to be a skipper." ...  Within  and   Without. !  " The death of one of the last remaining Fenian raiders reminds us that  Canada is interested in having peace  maintained within and -without the  Empire as much as in its military  strength.���������������������������Daily Phoenix, Saskatoon.  WORTH KNOVvlNG.  Simple Remedy. Thai Any One Can  Prepare at  Home.    .  Most people arc more or less subject to coughs and colds. A simple  remedy that will break up a cold  quickly ancl cure any cough that is  curable is made by mixing two  ounces of Glycerine, a'half ounce  of Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure  ancl eight ounces of pure Whisky.  You can get these in any g. od drug  store and easily mix lhem in a large  bottle. The mixture is highly recommended by the Leach Chemical  Co., of Cincinnati, who-prepare thc  genuine Virgin Oil of Pine compound-pure for dispensing.  Professor (lecturing on hygiene)���������������������������  "Tobacco, gentlemen, makes men  ugly, short-winded, idiotic, paralytic ; ancl I can tell this from cxperi-  _ence,__for_,_I_haye _smoke_d_for_many  years!"  An Easy Pill to Take.-���������������������������Some persons havc repugnance to this because of their nauseating taste.  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills arc so  prepared as to make them agreeable to thc most fastidious. Thc  most delicate can take them without feeling thc revulsion that follows the taking" bf ordinary "pills.  This is one reason for thc popularity of these celebrated pills, but  thc main reason is their high toni-  cal quality as a medicine for thc  stomach.  Help your children to grow  strong and robust by counteracting  anything that causes ill-health. One  great cause of disease in children  is worms. Remove them with Mother Craves' Worm Exterminator.  It never fails.  "Ah, Professor, what a charming collection of stuffed birds you  havc here! Where did you get  them from1?" "Oh, that is quits  simple. I have been collecting them  for years from the worn-out hats  of my seven daughters."  loss of Flesh, cough and pain in tlio chest may  not mean consumption, but aro Ij:m1 sign . Allen _  Lung J5alsa.ni loosens the cough and heals- inflamed air passages.   Not a grain of opium in it.  And many a 'deluded mother imagines hcr son a genius because he  likes to lie abed,late in the 'morning.  ."Only One "BROMO QUSNINE"  That ls_.AXATI.V_   1'.HOMO Qt'tNTNIC.    T,on_  foi- tho siir'nafcnro ot K.   W.  GKOVIi.    Used the  world over to Cure a Cold in One Dn.v. v!5e.  Riiicliy mention thc name cf this  paper in writing to adrertisera.  ISSUE NO. 4-10.  BROKEN FRIENDSHIP, TOO.  A noted miser, who felt obliged  to make a present to a lady, entered i\ crockery store for the purpose of making  a  purchase.  Seeing a statuette broken into a  dozen pieces, he asked thc price.  The salesman said it was worthless, but he could havc it for thc  cost of packing it in a box.  The. miser directed it to bc sent  with his card to the lady, congratulating himself that she would imagine it was broken while on its  way to her.  He was at hcr house when the  box arrived, but thc effect was  hardly what hc had expected.  The tradesman had carefully  wrapped each piece in a separate  piece  of paper!  Soldierly-looking Man ��������������������������� "I've  spent fiitten years of my life in thc  service of my country." Low-  Browed Individual���������������������������"So havc I.  What were you in for?"  Two ancl two may make two pair  instead of making four.  -Beets and turnips improve the appetite. Parsley, mustard, cowslip,  horseradish, dock,' dandelion, and  beet tops clear thc blood, regulate  thf; system, ancl improve that tired  feeling.  There is no medicine on the market that-can compare with pickle's  Anti-Consumptive Syrup in' expelling from the system ihe irritating  germs that colds engender in thc  air passages.' It is suicide,to neglect your cold. Try the cheap cx-  perimentof riding yourself of ifc by  using Bickle's ,Syrup, which is- a  simple remedy, easily taken, and  once used it will; always be prized  as a" sovereign medicine.  "That fellow Sinithers is a clever chap. He can write with cither  hand." ' "Is that sol How on  earth does hc manage to do it?"  '���������������������������'On a typewriter."  That Tormenting Cold that made yon wretched  last winter will not come back il you take Allen'���������������������������  Lung Balsam when your throat is raw and sore.  This admirable remedy is free from opium. Tate  It in time.  _ JDpportun'ity is _an_other_name for_  "acliom  An old toper-defines water as an  after-thought.  To Know is to Prevent.���������������������������If the  miners who work in cold water  most of the day would rub their feet  ancl legs with Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil they would escape muscular  rheumatism and render their nether  limbs proof against the ill effects  of exposure to the cold. Those sotting out for mining regions would  do well to provide themselves with  a supply before starting.  Kindly mention (lie name of (hi_  paper in writing to advertisers.  FACT AND FANCY.  Wc pray to be good, but we work  to  get rich.  Rich and poor alike try to dodge  their taxes: The only difference  is that the rich know how to do  it  Old motor tires, melted clown,  ai,fv- exported to Germany, and returned''as rubber dolls.  Some good men seem to think  that thc commandment about loving one's neighbor applies exclusively to thc fair sex.  All up-to-date chicken thieves  work with chloroform.  To break a man of borrowing  your snow shovel, send round,  every time he docs it, and borrow  his  automobile.  A good golfer should bc able to  drive 211 yards off a gold watch  without hurting thc timepiece.  The Bowels Must Act Healthy.���������������������������  In most,ailments the first care of  the medical man is to see that thc  bowels aro open ancl fully performing their functions. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are so compounded  that certain ingredients in them act  or. the bowels solely and they are  thc very best medicine available to  produce healthy action of the bowels. Indeed, there is no other specific so serviceable in keeping the  digestive organs in healthEul action.  FARMS FDR  RALE.  Tlie fc.'ist position y;;A one of  the Wsb farm,  iu Len_:__ aud  Adding.oc adjoining Deso-  ronto. ISO acres  in r good state  of cultivation, .imple buildings, '6 houses,  bank barn, sheep shed and stables, plenty  of water and conveniences, magnificent view  of bay and river. Must be sold *._ once.  Thousand down, balance spread over 10  years, Could well be divided between two  friends.  sp Beautiful 1-2 section, 12 miles north  ���������������������������-' of Saskatoon, Sask., close lo Canadian Northern Railway and elevator. X 1-2,  K28, le.vn������������������liip 38, _3 west of 5. Price p...ked  84,000. Make best bid and do it quick.  Must be sold.  C������������������ _} Rfilji Close to corporation of Tlamil-  \^UfJlMJ ton, 26 acres, on line ofclr-clrio  railway, suitable for peaches, pears, apples, etc. .3c.iu!ifii. situation.  ._7^i_i_ Norfolk County, choice farm of  .JflwUU 150 acres, 10 mile* .outh-west  of .Simcoe, t.olkl brick residence, 10 rooms,  ample barns, abundant water, also tenant  house and barns.   Terms easy.  JOHN  N.  LAKE, or WM. E. DYER,.  114 Kins West,  Toronto.  "Lend me a dollar ancl I shall bc  everlastingly indebted to you," said  ai impecunious man to an acquaintance. "I don't doubt- it," was the  response.  Imitations Abound, but insi3. upon getting the  genuine, " Tho O & L " Mouthol Vlaster. It has  ftood tha test of years.' It cura3 aches and paina  duicker than any"plft<ter.  :Governess���������������������������"You're a naughty  little girl, Christabel, to kick your  cousin like that." Christabel��������������������������� ''I  didn't kick her." Governess���������������������������"Oh,  hush, dear, I saw you kick her sev-'  eral times'." Christabel���������������������������"I didn't.  I missed every time."  s" You cannot be'happy while you''  have corns. ' Their do not delay in  getting a bottle of Hollow ay's Corn  Cure. It removes all kinds of corns,  without bain. .Failure with it is unknown.  Husband���������������������������'/Darling, I .believe  that I..am failing." Wife (in alarm)  ���������������������������"Gracious"! How. often I have  warned you, George, against "your  foolish speculations!" -������������������������������������������������������Husband���������������������������  "I don't mean in.business, clear; I  mean I'm failing in health." Wife  (relieved)���������������������������'������������������Oh, is that all?"  PILES.CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.  I'AZO OIXTMKSr'la guaranteed to cure any  cs<.  nfltchins.,   Blind.   Ule_ lin-." or   Protruding  Piies in 0 to 14 days or monoy refunded.   50.  ' "So you're going to put down betting altogether, eh?" "Yes, ancl  I shall be delighted when they succeed. It is a detestable.evil." "But  my dear, they can't do it!" "Oh",  yes, they can. I'll bet you ten dollars they do."  Free to Our Readers.    -  Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago,  for .page illustrated Eye Book NFree.  Write all about Your Eye Trouble and  they will advise as to tho Proper Application of thc Murine Eye Remedies in Your  Special Case. Your Druggist will tell you  lluil. Murine-_clicv_s=Soi-u-Ej'GSr-Strc_Btli*=  ens Weak Eyes, Doesn't t Smart, Soothes  Eye Pain, and sells for 50c. Try It in  Your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for Scaly  Eyelids and Granulation.  THE LITTLE THINGS.  A room to sweep, a chair to dust,  A dozen tasks to  do each day ;  A meal to cook, a sock to darn  All over in the same ole] way;  A tear to  shed, a little sob, -  And refuge in two manly arms���������������������������  I reckon these all--go- to make  The  groundwork    for    a   woman's  charms.  A wedding is a delightful affaii  ���������������������������unless voir arc thc masculine end  of it.  s____g_^_g-sv___g_s___q__i  ALL KER  RELATIVES  HAD  DIED OF CONSUMPTION,  In the year 1890,18 years ago. Mrs.G'.-  SiGesiier, 0$ Belle Isle, N.S., was in a"sad  condition.    All h-_ relatives hall died of  consumption, End there was every indication  that she was going the same way.       ''  , Atthis point; her husband suggested to try-  Psychine. The doctor "who attended said  Psychine was worth Ices; but it effected a  wonderful cure. E'ghtccn years after in a  letter'bearing date August 14, 1908, Mrs.  Gesner3ays, "I am better than I have been  for years. My lungs have not troubled me  since I took your treatment. My physician  told me I could not take a better tonic than  PSYCHINE, and I recommend it to all wlii;  are suffering from Lung Trouble and General Debility." .-.'..  Far tale ly all Druggists 50c. & $1 per fcotil_  Dr. T. A. SLOCUH  ,   "..LIMITED.     ���������������������������'.  . TORONTO  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  EDUCATIONAL.  1" EAKN-- THE BARBEK TRADii-KJiW  __ system��������������������������� constant practice; careful  'ins.n.otion; few weeks : complete 'course;  tools free; graduates earn twelve to  eighteen dollars weekly, write for catalogue. Moler Barber College 221 Queen,  East, Toronto.  ACENTS WANTED.  ��������������������������� Laugh ancl -the world laughs at  yov_"-=if you. laugh at your own  jokes.  A Physician Is not always nt land. Guard your.  _elf a"_inst hwIiIoii omipl). (ind colds by keeping  ��������������������������� Ijulfit. of 1'aiukillor in tho house. Avoid substitute*   thero  is  but   ouo   "PaiukilUr" ���������������������������Perry  tuto*, thero  Da������������������is'���������������������������25c and 50c.  TIIK JUSASON IT FELL.  He was a twentieth century hustling builder, and under his auspices  cottages and houses sprang up like  mushrooms.-  "Please, sir," cried one of his  foremen, rushing up to him one  morning, in a state of mental collapse, "one of thc new houses has  fallen down overnight."  "What!" roared thc builder.  "You mean to say that one of my  well built, desirable residences has  come to grief? JTow the dickens  han that happened1?"  "Well, sir,"  exclaimed thc foreman,   "there was a  little  mistake.  Unfortunately,   we  took  down, the1  scaffolding before   wc    put on  the  wall-paper!"  Guest���������������������������"Bring mc a steak. I was  here yesterday. 1 suppose you remember mc!" "Waiter-���������������������������"Yes, sir.  Will you have thc same to-day?"  Guest-��������������������������� "Yes; if nobody is using  it."  Teacher��������������������������� "Now, Freddie, it's  very wrong of you lo quarrel with  Billy Jones and to horbor such rc-  vcngefuJ feelings against him.  Come, now, promise mc that when  you meet Billy to-night you'll forgive hiin." Freddie���������������������������"Well, when  I meet Billy to-night, iE his big brother is with hirn, I'll forgive him;  but if not, I'll nearly wallop thc  life out of him."  VI7A_TED -"RELIABLE PAKT.ES TO  V . do machine knitting- for us at  home; $7 to SlO.per week easily earned;  wool, etc., furnished free; distance no  hindrance. For full particulars nddress  the Dominion Knitting Co., Dept. W.. Oril-  lia, Ont. . - ' .  Lady  (to gardener)���������������������������"Havc  you  line!  your  dinner,   John?"    John���������������������������  Not yet, mum !   Hi must 'eat the  gvecn'ousc first.  4 MBITIOU.S representation wanted in  J\ every locality to sell" "Modern" specialties. Secure your territory now. "Turn  time into gold." $5.00 to J510.00 a day can  \T<y���������������������������easily���������������������������m n d cr^A. ri te���������������������������to-da y.  Goods Co. of Canada. Owen SouiuLO nU^  Your Overcoats  British     American     Dyeing     Co.  Cm f 1/fiTQ   Ralsa Them witnout mn*  HLVtZO Booklet I'roo.  Stcolo.lBrigf. Soed Co., Ltd., Torouto.JOnl.  HOPE FOR THE DEAF-HN-ACOUSTICON--  one of the marvels of tlie electrical ace.  In uso tlivouslioul thu  world.   Write for catalogue.   Gonoral  Acoustic Co., of Canada,  Ltd.,  *63 Y once fi ti eel. Toronto.  Do you trap or buy'  Pur's? lam Canada'.  ������������������ largest dealer, I pay  highest prices. Your  shipment!, solicited.  I pay mail and ex-  . press charter.; remit  promptly. Also largest dealer in l.eefhides,  Sheepskins, etc. Quotations and shipping- tags  sent tree. il  JOHN   HALLAM, TORONTO  Cf  Modcr-P-������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������^1  The famous new discovery of The ape,  positively, quickly, completely relieves  mul cures Goitre, Thick Keck, Sciatica,  Swellings, J.unions, Quinsy, etc. .i.oo,  or 6 for $5.00, mailed on a.oij it of price by  LYLE.   MEDICINE CO.,   Toronto  ir__  Send for freo samplo to Dept. W. LM Na������������������  tlonal Driijj & Chomlcal Co.. Toronto.  fJCCr.&ALGiA...rrEADAafE,  ���������������������������rcofltAcat:*p?ALL /j_a_^  Had way's Ready Rfr  lief   cures   tho   worst  pain" in  from ono to  twenty minutOB.  For HoadacZie  (whether sick or  nervous),  Toothache Ne uralKia,  Kheui. atlsm,  Lumbago, pains and wcakners  in tho Tiaofc, apino or kidneys,  fiver, plpuriay,  _������������������Wff.  ���������������������������cnt our*.  MMM* THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 24, 1910  *.-���������������������������  PROFESSIONA3  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours  Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5  Evening:, 7 to S  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and GoortreSts. KN1.EHBY  w.  E. BANTON,  EASTER���������������������������THE RESURRECTION  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  It is Easter���������������������������the Resurrection Morn  ���������������������������bud and blade and leaf proclaim  Nature's awakening.  The glad birds sing amid the quickening boughs,   the cattle low in the  springing meadows,  the wild flowers  open their eyes to the sun, the gras-j  scs of the field clap their hands and j  laugh,  the    "little    hills   skip," and j  even the rugged mountain renews its  evergreen mantle of pine, and spruce,  and cedar, in honor of this season of  rejoicing.  The snowy petals of the Easter lily,  the creamy calx of the calla, and the  fragrant  blue  of violets gladden  the I  heart and    delight   the   eye.    In the j  i  town,  Easter   offerings,    symbolic of j  thc season,   are    displayed   on every '  hand.       Pictures,    books,    cards    of  dainty   and    delicate   designs;    with  toys,   Easter    eggs,    ancl comfits for  the babies.  But into this symphony of Life and  Love there comes a discordant note-  jarring, unlovely/  "In   the   midst    of   life we are in  ji-vj-pv-n-ppy    T ODPF  ^ea^-"    ^n    shop    windows  and  on  the minds of the^children���������������������������not cruelty  and death, but Love and Life are the  lessons of the Resurrection.���������������������������May B.  Crowe, in Dumb Animals.  ADVERTISING THE PLACE  A.F.&A.M.  Endorby Lod_ro Xo. 40  Regular meeiiiiKB first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at S p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary  ^0  Eureka Lodge, No, iO  Meets everv Tuesday  evening at S o'clock, in I. 0.  O. F. hall,  Metcalf block.   Visiting- brothers always    welcome.     J.   A.- McMorland,  N: G.,  A.  Reeves, Sec'y, E. .1. Mack, Trtas.  fc  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  KOI3T. N. RAILEV, C.C.  C. E. STRICKLAND, K.R.S.  R. J. COLT ART. 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  These are the Prices To-day  Owing   to market  fluctuations,  prices   are   subject   to   change  without  notice:  Moffet's Best Flour, $1.70 49-lbs  Three Star Flour, $1.60 per    ''  Drifted Snow Pastry, SI. 60    ''  WholeWheat Flour, SI. 55    "  Graham Flour,     -    $1.45   "  Four Star Chop, ������������������1.65 per 100 lbs  Three Star Chop, $l.fiOper 100 lbs  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  Barley, $1.30 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 of Cereals and Wheat-  lets at Right Prices.     Free delivery  to any part of the Enderby city.  Tei-ms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills | ^  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B C  House  Cleaning -  Will soon be on. Call and see  my stock of Carpets, Matting,  Linoleum, Wall Paper, and all  necessary articles for beautifying and making the home  comfortable.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  shelves stand rows and rows of little  chickens, ducklings, and even turkeys, hundreds of them; not living,  warm and sentient, but cold in death  ��������������������������� a veritable travesty on the Resurrection.  Is the __ lesson of Easter, signifying  Immortality, impressed upon the sensitive minds of our little ones by  these ghastly emblems of death?  No! They reason���������������������������these young  minds���������������������������and thus we teach (?) Christianity,  and develop infidelity.  There is nothing in the feathered  creation more cunning or winsome  than fluffy little chickens and ducks,  while yet quickened by that "spark  of soul" that is bestowed upon them  by the Creator. But take life away  and the only fit place for them is to  be hidden in the kindly earth, where  the body of dust may return to dust.  A little child was given one of  these little dead bodies for the first  time on Easter morning. She examined it- curiously, then asked why it  would not run, and eat, and play, as  she had seen little chicks do?  "Because it is dead," answered her  ] mother.  Missing the child, the mother went  to look for her and found her digging a hole in the flower bed.  "I am hurrying the poor little  chicken,"she said, "ft is dead."  Another little one, finding two little dead  -ducks   by his   plate at the  breakfast table, looked at them,  felt j  heir cold, stiff little bodies, and be- I  jgan to cry. ]  j    "Poor   little   duckies!"  he sobbed, |  |"they are all dead!"                               I  I    A beautiful lesson for Easter !          j  I    Sacred, mysterious life is quickened j  } in  these   little   feathered  forms  and I  ��������������������������� then���������������������������snuffed   out!       Why?        That  | greed   may    gather   ill-gotten gains.  ; Greed of the trader, and thoughtlessness,  folly, and the passion for novelty in  the   purchasers are alone responsible. Neither___art._ -.education..  The following extract from the  Salmon Arm Observer, applies with  equal force to Enderby, the only  difference being in the amount of the  grant, Enderby City Council giving  .75.00 instead of $150:  The progressive municipality of  Spallumcheen, of which Armstrong is  the centre, will this year collect a  special tax of one mill for the purpose of advertising the district. It  is up to the municipality to help out  this work in Salmon Arm. Up to the  present it has been done altogether  by private individuals and the Board  of Trade, the only donation from the  Council being $150 which was voted  last year. Salmon Arm requires  more settlers, and it must have them  if it is to be developed as it should  be."  We are stocked for Spring  business in  Lowndes'  the best Ready-Made  clothing in Canada  A Good Line  FOR   EVERYBODY  JOHNNY'S  MEADOW  Persons   who    wish to place their  milking cows    on  Johnny's Meadow,  |must apply to Mr. Thos. Pound, who  'is taking charge of said Meadow on  behalf of Chief    Edwards.   A charge  of $2 per    month   per single cow, or  ! $1.50 each for   two' or more will be  i  imade,   strictly in  advance.     Fences,  !etc, will   be   kept in repair, but no  ; responsibility'    will    be   undertaken  I by either Mr. Pound or Chief Edward  should any animal stray.   No person  is allowed "to    place any animal on  said Meadow without, first paying for  same to me.  Signed��������������������������� T. POUND,  CHIEF EDWARD.  We also take orders for  Art Tailor  Suits  You cannot get anything  better, even in the large  cities, and nothing  so good in the  small cities  The flower gardens.  . morality,  .fited  one  morality  i and art  nor material need  is bene-  whit.       On   the contrary,  and    education are injured,  outraged   by this traffic in  Spring will soon  be here, and you  will want lumber  to make repairs  and improvements  We also intend to make  improvements in our  yard and consequently  will have an assortment  of odds and ends on  which we can name attractive figures. Call  and see us [and we will  try to fill your wants.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  -Limited  Enderby ^- B. C.  Fop Sale Evepywhepe  ������������������������������������M_____MDMMn__M___  We have a particularly choice  line of the Ames-  Holden Shoes,  the greatest shoe  in the world for  the school children  ���������������������������a shoe that does  not wear out.  Also the Leckie  Dress Shoe, and  the River Drivers'  Heavy Shoes.  We have other shoes, of  course, and'a lot of the  best made. Do not buy  your Spring Footwear until you have seen what we  have to offer. We can  save you dollars in footwear.  THE POISON MERCANTILE CO.  I life reduced to the body of death.  ; So, too, is the sublime spirit of Eas-  i ter degarded to heathenism by this  ; unholy sacrifice of life in its name.  ! No right-thinking and Christian  \ mother will countenance this horrid  ; custom, but will preach and teach  ; against it, in and out of season, un-  . til the evil is abolished from our  . midst.  j    Keep clear this   glorious    truth in  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.  _  m  SJwe4  __  WM  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows, Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  A   Y  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50  per  TON  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HAN KEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  You will buy "The Traveller" shoe this  year because you will hear about it���������������������������hear it  often���������������������������hear of it from the makers, and they  know everything that is in it, from the last  touch of the outsole to the top of the uppers.  ^::ou^wilH_ear-of-iit-fromithedealerrandihe%n9ws=:  "The Traveller" shoe from what his customers  tell him, and you'll buy it again because your  own judgment will tell you it's a different shoe  ���������������������������a better shoe���������������������������a shoe that not only fits, but  always stays fitted, because the unseen.parts  are built on honor���������������������������there is no. "sham" in  '.'.The Traveller''. shoe.. Kemember-they'11 fit-  we have a last for most everybody.  ASK YOUR DEALER FOR AMES-HOLDEN SHOES.  Garden,  Field  and Flower  SEEDS  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 customers.   Catalogue free.  Business will be continued at our old stand until May. After  that in new location, which will be announced later.  M    I   HFNRY   3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  _?_._������������������.   llLillIM, BRITISH   COLUMBIA  FOR SALE  One 244-egg Cyphers Insurable Incubator, nearly new, and guaranteed,  in perfect order. Also two 'Cyphers  brooders.     W. A. DOBSON, Enderby.  CLEARING WANTED  I want to get 15 acres of land logged,, stumped and burned off. It is  already slashed. Let me have your  bid.'        W.  J. FENTON, Enderby.  %  '_  'I  4

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