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 ti,  6-  < i  _*  U������������������^;ai;ve . ,.s,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������__:-_. __*-*���������������������������  ZJ t   ������������������_       _-    ji  Enderby, B. C,  April 7, 1910  A-ND    ��������������������������� W A L K E R '3  W E E . _  Vol; 3-; No. 6; Whole No. 110'  jrn.__.uwji j  -Brief. Mention" of News  . '  of Interest to Enderby District  Dinna, forget the Mackenzies tonight ' office?   Per four   years this sidewalk  When  Jack's in love bo's no judge  has been promised   the ratepayers of  ENDERBY HOTEL AGAIN  SOLD  of Jill's beauty.  K. of P.",Hall,   tonight  in song and story.  ��������������������������� The Dake-Belmont trial will take  place at Vernon the second week in  May. - ���������������������������    '���������������������������  Work was started this week on the  cement* steps and approach to the  City Hall.'.  Don't say- anything but good-of the  men and'businesses which go'to make  the town you live in.  the south side of   Cliff street, and it  Scotland  iG sW11 a tQe-path.  Read the store news' this week.'  Our merchants are trying to serve  you.better than you can be served by  the sweat-shops. Won't you do your  part to keep the money at home, so  that you yourself may share in the  prosperity that .would come to ail.  Mr. Coode, who recently bought  the Enderby Hotel property,(but who  was unable to take hold of the property because of unforseen difficulties  arising after the money had been paid  over, resold the property at an advance of $4,000,��������������������������� to G. E. Manning,  and the new proprietor took charge  this week. Mr. Manning is an .old  Eilemville, Ont., boy. For fifteen  years he has been in the hotel business ia Canada and the United States  and is therefore a hotel man 'of wide  experience.   At the time of the awful  Road and Bridge Work . .,.  "This Year in the Okanagan  A. McQuarrie, cf Lansdown, offered ' California earthquake, , he vw.s en-  and hitched four hc.rses to thc road ' gaged in the hotel business at slaiita  drag and levelled 'the road between Rosa, near'San Francisco. In that  Armstrong and    Lansdown.     This ia  frightful disaster,    he   lest not only  With the advent of April there was  inaugurated by the department of  public work, throughout the length  and breadth of British Columbia such  an era of activity ancl accomplishment as the province has never before  experienced, in road and bridge construction, trail cutting, wharf-erection, dyke improvement and general  betterment of the facilities of communication -which are a prime essential in the colonization and settlement up of- the land.     The order has  gone forth from the department that [ they would'' be fitted to take their:  the appropriations contained in the j place with any'of the large'metro'pol-'  estimates   for   1910-11 are available, litan attractions.   The Bostonians do"  present company are only daughters.  As it.is a' custom now for parents ta"  fit their daughters to earn their/ own  living if they ever have to, the parents of .these children,, realizing that  if a girl is adapted to it and.has the'  proper. training, she can do'better.in  the profession than in'any other line,;  have placed ' their children' with the  "Bostonians;" knowing that if they-  have the ability," a season.with this  organization would " surely bring' it-  out, and   when   they.are old.enough-  _____ lis^ScT^ a fTf ^ SPirit> aUd WS  hlS PrOPerty'    bUt hiS Wlfe aad Childiand -road    superintendents,   foremen jno." n___7:to." be   teteodSd' ih.this  .      ;   -   ^r.ncrou pampnie^, ana a  example could   wcll    be-followed by  were killed by his'side.   He,"himself, "  bright season opening. ''  "In Canada," remarks tho Victoria  Colonist,  A   correspondent   living in Trinity  R. P., Bradley   came, in- from the  , coast last   Friday,  -and spent a few.  days in-Enderby, oh business. ���������������������������       :, .  A. R. Rogers,   head   of the lumber  company,' arrived     at   Enderby    on  Wednesday- to be present at" the com-  .' mencement-of the.seasonVrun.  An effort' is   being made to induce  thc    County   Court. judge   to - hold  court at-Endorby, now that we.have  'a suitable '.chamber   in^ which court  can- bc held...        ��������������������������� -        ��������������������������� _���������������������������.._,  A general . meeting of the Enderby  Tennis Club will be held Thursday  evening, April 14th, at 8 o'clock  sharp, in the new Parish Hall. All  members are requested to attend.  Mr. and Mrs. F. S.- Stevens gave a  party to a number of - friends last  Thursday evening in honor,of Mr.  and Mrs. H.- W.^Wright and Mrs. McCormick; who are leaving this week  for the_ coast, en route to- California.'  M. J. Jull,'. Provincial poultry expert', will be in Enderby on April.23,  and will"give a poultry lecture under  the auspices of the Farmers' Institute. He.desires to see as many'of  our poultrymen as can conveniently  attend. ���������������������������"'  =~Tho~Young���������������������������Ladies'-Glub~an_T>re- V8nti0n held at Summerlarid. Mr.  . paring to give an afternoon tea.and Portune reports it to have been the  social evening in the old Methodist | most SUCCes_ful gathering of the kind  church, Wednesday, April 20th. It is '  the intention to servo ice cream also  afternoon   and   evening,    ancl games  I many others. .���������������������������Armstrong Advertiser  v/as buried under a mass of ��������������������������� brick fcr  six hours.   Since   that' disaster, Mr.  and all others   directly interested as 'part of Canada. ' They, are weil and  officials fn charge,   are urged to use  favorably   known    wherever they go,'  a11" possible   diligence   and energy-in J and -captivate    theJ people,  old. and /.  you'cannot get your let--Manning    has    recouP.ed   llis   losses, j advancing   the   various .works under j young  " by   their.'.clever acting,"/and-.-���������������������������  ters out of the post office on'Sunday, ;,financial a������������������d    otherwise,   and brings j their supervision to the earliest com- 'sweet..singing;   "Bertha's Billion')- is'',  even though .you "pay for the-use 0f j with-him" Mrs. Manning and baby, to jpietion compatible with first quality1 the comedy opera they are giving tos-'  the box in which they'are placed.   In !share with him   Vc-e'i������������������Tfcujie? and vi~ | of work that   will   stand the test-of 'Canada on their   present tour:   They-"';  ' ' _������������������_    _!���������������������������_!. H _n        ���������������������������_._" ___..-_._____- _*_ _-'.._���������������������������_       __!w ._���������������������������_._ r   . j ������������������ _ _."..** *.,������������������. _.*  _,*_,.**  Great Britain they'are-arranging to Icissitudes of   Hteiing in thc Ok ana-. time,  deliver mail on'Sunday by telephone:!gan'    M_- Manni?S ������������������ much -pleased [" -  j with Enderby.   . He wi  W.   R.   Hancock   has   returned   to  Summerland and has accepted a posi-'  tion as bookkeeper " with Messrs.  Vau'ghan " _c .;Moore. It' is" gob_ to  see Ray back again and ��������������������������� in good  shape to occupy the box as soon as  the baseball season starts.���������������������������Summerland Review.  are coming-to the .Okanagan early.-inv  entor actively    into   e  that has for.its object the develop-, last   year's   estimate,   there  mont of Enderby .and district. -.', -  ���������������������������'   - -'       - .-��������������������������� ' ���������������������������' -.  ENDERBY CONSERVATIVES  An interesting   meeting of tbe'En-  liaying .fraction that Enderby .has:ever"had.-.'  been--provided   in "the current; year's ] f Kp acting" 'and ."singing' of 'ihc^hil-ff  estimates   $1,720,150,    as   contrasted   dreiv-is- sweet','- dainty and artistic. '.._.,- ;  with $897,585    for   1909-10/ and held-  ovcr     appropriations   , bringing   the  ..,.���������������������������_..        .        . __. available funds at   command for the  derby   Conservative .Association, was L,,rT.nn+ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_ ������������������������������������������������������.��������������������������� .,  .......    c   ,     , ���������������������������       ���������������������������    I,.   .cu.rrent year up. to-very considerably  held  last    Saturday   evening in the- .r^.:.. +���������������������������.���������������������������     4.,: .... .  1 & -   , more than   two   millions , of money.  Valley .-writes:- "Residents-���������������������������- up   here  saih.Ple room ^of the Baderby Hotel.- lt ig undoubtedJly v/isdom to in  have been very-much pleased to see'    F- H. Barnes was in the-.chair.    .A '     ���������������������������  RESTRICTING THEMSELVES -  By, a vote of 175 to 17 the British:  house of lords renounced tlie hered-;  itary   right   to   legislate, which has:  by your issue' of Feb. 21st the news  about the bridge. As Road Engineer i teQda^e and much interest taken in  ^Burnyeat has confirmed the report j the'discussion on the resolution in-  'made. by'Mr.   Barnes,   which   means i fcroduced at the last meet^g by Mr.  'good number "of workers were in at- !!!*!_ _h!_PUblic   W������������������.r.ks ������������������f .the.se2Son ! been the cardinal element of the up"  such a saving on the original" estimate, we may. surely count upon the  road being   put   through ' this year.  Graham -Rosoman", asking that a  plank be inserted in the platform of  the party at the forthcoming Domin-  Nor doubt your Board of Trade will |ion convention, looking to the Prac-  be pressing the matter forward in the  right quarter."  Mr. A.' L.   Fortune   returned   last  week from the_ Sun.day__School_.conr.  and other entertainment will be provided. An admission fee will be  charged in the evening.  The ladies of St. George's Guild  will hold a sale of aprons and baby  clothes in the Parish Hall on the afternoon, and evening of Thursday,  April 21st. Refreshments and ice  cream will be served. All ladies contributing fancy articles will kindly  leave same at thc home of Mrs. Brimacombe, Tuesday, the 19th.���������������������������  It might be well to note that the  fruit growers of Vernon and vicinity  held a meeting in the Court House  of the metropolis of the Okanagan  one day last week, and didn't imperil the dignity of the building  either.  A Man stood. Reverently he looked  into the holy-of-holies. The Man  Smoked. Suddenly he became aware  that he Smoked. In his fright,  he stepped off the sidewalk into holy  ground and stubbed his toe in the  mud, and he said Dam. It cost him  one hundred fifty. He smoked in the  holy place, he trod upon holy ground  and he swore���������������������������fifty for each offense.  Will the City Council please build  a sidewalk on the south side of Cliff  street this   year,. opposite the post-  tical formation   of an Imperial Congress.  The following officers were elected:  Hon. President, Hon. Price Ellison;  ^nd^Honf^Presidentr^Mrr-MT^Burrell;"-  president, F. H. Barnes; 1st vice-  president, Geo. Heggie; 2nd vice-  president, H. M. Walker; secretary,  W. E. Banton; treasurer, Graham  Rosoman.   The   naming .of the work  as speedily as possible, not only that  full advantage may be taken of thc  favorable weather of spring and summer, but in view of-the fact that  labor promises to be an' exceedingly  scarce commodity in the provincial  market during the approaching summer, in consequence of course of the  exceptional, demands upon it of the  railway builders.  In the Okanagan district the prac-  pcr house for centuries.   The occasion  of the .fate.of the usual division was.  Lord     Rosebery's    "third '��������������������������� resolution)-  dealing with the reform of the house.-.  - Fred Moore entertained his fellow.  Knights at- the'.regular meeting of-  Enderby;' lodge Monday evening,' with--'  classic selections on his.Pathephone, ���������������������������  a new   instrument ' made in Saxony, '  he has ever attended in the Okanagan  Valley. ��������������������������� Mr. Merritt and Mr. Williamson were the principal speakers ing committces was postponed until  of the ��������������������������� convention, both of whom  made stirring addresses on the work  of the Sunday School. The underlying-message" of the convention was"  one to the home and parents, the 'tae enrollment,  cry being for more attention to the  home influences upon the child.  Summarizing the work of the Provincial Legislature- ' recently prorogued,    a   writer    says:      "Sitting  the next regular meeting.  The secretary was instructed to  print the .by-laws, of the association.  Eight new   members   were   added to  KETTLE  VALLEY ROAD.  forty-two days in all during the session of 1910, the twelfth parliament  of British Columbia established an  enviable record for:- prompt despatch'  of business in the enactment of no  fewer .than eighty-two extra-impor-  ant public and private measures, out  of a total of ninety-five offered for  consideration���������������������������and with less purposeless debate.perhaps than has ever before been indulged in by any other  provincial legislative assembly in the  formulation of_ an equal number of  laws in the public interest, or laws  promising so generally beneficial results."  Construction 011 the Kettle Valley  i line will start from Merritt early in  May. The road will go from Merritt  up the Coldwater for 30 miles and  then divert southeast. It will be  finished in less than three years.  Construction gangs are starting from  three points, Merritt, Penticton and  Midway. The divisional point, a report from Merritt says, will be located at Merritt.  Our stock of stumping powder and  dynamite is now on hand. A. Fulton, hardware.  K. of P. Hall,   tonight.     Scotland  in song and story,  TENDERS  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up till Saturday, the 23rd  of April, for thc digging and refilling  of about two miles of pipe-line ditch,  from Patchctt Creek to south boundary of Stepney Ranch. Particulars  as to plans and specifications can be  had on application to���������������������������  GEO^ HEGGIE, Mgr.  Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  Dinna forget the Mackenzies tonight  which he recently brought from ,Eng-  _ic_e-has.be8.i^doptcd__^  sic machines we have yet seen. It is'  a square box about the size'of the  ordinary* gramaphonc, but minus the  horn." The sound is transmitted by  the regular means, but is thrown  back into the box and out of a door  at the front. It plays any of the disc  records, and has a marvelous distinctness of tone.-   -        -  appropriations not by roads���������������������������of  which this great district has no less  than 1,000 miles already constructed  and in constant use���������������������������but by sections,  the distribution for 1910-11 being thus  as follows: Salmon Arm section,  $2,190; Mara section, $2,220; Enderby  section, $9,6^5; Vernon section, $6,357  Lumby section, $5,502; Shuswap section; $0,300; Mabel Lake" section, $4,-  Whiteman section, $7,020; Big Horn  500; Cherry Creek section, $6,990;  section, $5,940; Rainbow section, $19,-  770; Kelowna section, $14,985; West-  bank section, $6,030; Peachland section, $5,700; Summerland section,  $8,400; and Naramata section, $5,600.  A GREAT ATTRACTION COMING  Perhaps there is no musical company in America better known or  better liked than the famous Juvenile  Bostonians. This aggregation of  talented young girls has been playing the large cities for several years.  They are the brightest, gayest, nvost  loving company of little folk that  the stage boasts of. Accompanying  these talented children is Mrs. Lang,  one of the dearest little mothers the  stage has ever seen. Some of the  older girls of thc company have been  with Mrs. Lang ever since they were  little tots, and she almost regards  them as her own. Many people have  thought that the children are orphans, but nothing could be farther  from the   truth;   in   fact five of the  OPENING SERVICES  Don't forget the opening services  of  fhe  Methodist Church  on Sunday and*  Monday  next,  as follows:   Sunday, 11.  a.m.    Dedication   Service,   ancl  public,  worship, sermon by R.   N.   Powell. ,'3 ���������������������������  p.m.   Open  session   of   the  Sabbath'  School.   7.'30'p.m.: Public worship, sermon by R. N. Powell.   Monday, G.30 p.'  m. to 8 p.m. Supper served in Iho eld -  church.   7.30 to S p.m.   Organ Recital ,���������������������������  and musical service by the choir.   8 p.  m.   Program of  music and addresser-.  Among- the spcaakerc will bo  Rev.   R. '  N. Powell and Rev.- Dr. Osterhout of  Vernon.  Special music will be rendered at all  the services. The choir will be assisted  by Miss Oswald and the Misses Murray  of Avmstrobg ancl by Mrs. Banton ancl  Mr. Higginson. -  The JMackenzies, Scotch entertainers  tonight.  The Mackenzies,'Scotch entertainers  tonight..  The Mackenzies, Scotch entertainers  Every time you say a good word  for your town, you say one for yourself, > i__r������������������nwm~--    '  ttiT���������������������������  ���������������������������''���������������������������-���������������������������*���������������������������-"-"i--- ��������������������������� ��������������������������� -���������������������������.r______i--. rn>_.i_ii  te*j������������������������������������____*_>__-_������������������**ji������������������'������������������i .Vn_,������������������ ii'iw������������������iwf. j  OR,  THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL HILL.  BASHED Blf "FRlii .A-TIYES"  CHAPTER '���������������������������'VJL-(Gont'il)-  .ustacross    the    way.  a- n .wly-  . edged  lawyer had    hung  out  his  nign, and thither, tha.Vv.i-y aftcr-  <)anada, Janr-t fori nod the acquaintance uf aman full ten years  her junior, lie had 'been a distant  relative ...her-husband, and know-,  hip. of hcr property,  ...red hcr  io  ion, who was lo.cor _ei n possession  - _f ifc onber   eighteenth birthday,  and   was- to inherit the remainder  ���������������������������'���������������������������'���������������������������_'Y.������������������������������������������������������wij]���������������������������'at'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.thc^dcaLK���������������������������V6^���������������������������t}.e^donpr;:  ::_7'!  ,;!it lives ^hiirij^'.-f-ho in.uttcrcd:  ���������������������������ft., ���������������������������she returned to the house, '.bat  ..'fixes old maxim good:  to think of.  r las'insultih'  mOyby. own. i'    right  yp that 'twas my prosjerty hc wax  after,, the rascal!   I wouldn't ha-vc  iiihi if .'.Ui.rC;;. -ar'n't an other -man in  and made��������������������������� -Peter Hopkins the happiest of  men. ; -'- >  There was a bridal trip to Laurel  Bill, whore the nc-w husband ascertained _hat the-: half',--of' that for  which he had married was .beyond  his reach; but being naturally of  a hopeful 'nature, he did not de~  spai r of even thai ly cha ngi ng the  will,: _0 he .^wallowed   his disap-  v. __M&&i&k^   MR. AL.CIDE KEBERT... ���������������������������  Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.  "I have bci-n��������������������������� completely cured of a  frightful condition of my Stomach  through thc wonderful friz'it medicine  ''I .uil-a-tive.'. I could not eat anything  but -what I s;ui'f crcd awful pain from  Indigestion.-'-.:..--..- ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������_-  Jly head ached'incessantly.--  I was lold to try 'Fn.it-a-tu .s' am!  s _jit for six boxes, Now I. am entirely  veil,'-can 'eat- niiy ordinary food and  never have :i Headache." ���������������������������';.  V.; -r 7 AI.CIPH--HEBER.T.������������������������������������������������������."������������������������������������������������������  50c. a 1������������������X, 6 for $2.50,Tor tnalH>oz,  2.5c. At ftil dealers or from l'Yuil-*-  tivts Limited, Ottawa.  present a striking contrast to the  city gaitics in which she had been  mingling. -Ev.iv the cosy little  chamber which the kind .rcartcd  Maude had fitted up. for her with  her own means, was pronounced  heathenish and. old-fashioned, while  Maude herself was constantly  ta im ted with being countrified and  Odd. ���������������������������"..;.'-.  "I wish ... G. De V.v. could sec  you now,'' she said one morning to  hor sister, who had donned her  .'working dress, and with .sleeves  rolled up, and wide checked apron  tied around her waist, was deep in  the mysteries of break-making.  'Twish he could see hcr, too,"  said Louis, Who had rolled his-chair  into the kitchen so that be could  bo with Maude. "He would say  li _ never saw, a handsomer- color  than tho red upon hey checks."  (To be continued.).:  ������������������������������������������������������'��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� _______*-���������������������������^_- :.:-'��������������������������� vr'.;.'  STllEN.CTII';AT VAltlOU8^XGES.  _'o. 1 _ in Wliichelt Increases���������������������������Whc_  It J. tils Most I?a].i.ily.   ^  ���������������������������-'According to excellent  authority,  the muscles, in common with all ^organs of the human body, have their  periods of development:and decline^  $4,420,000, or 17.44 per cent, over  tho increase of tho preceding year,  the present year beginning w.<h a  total of $29,S13,194. /riieck^-Ration also showed a largoincrease,  tho average being about $2,000,000.  though during the year it reached;,  the highest figures in the history  of the bank���������������������������namely > $3,54 3,000.  There is a- very largo.increase in  tlie assets of the bank as compared with the previous year. Tho  increase in this respect was $5.-  10-i.000, as against an increase in  1903 of -$1,1.9,006. The assets of  the bank now total $29.Q63,99GJ1. A  decided increase is reported in  business connections as well as an  expansion of operations represent-���������������������������.  eci by the opening of .twelve.-.new  brandies. The reporty allows a  healthy condition oft he business of  the bank, ri strengthening of its re-  sbui .es, and; a decided advance in  .all departments.  ;;:y,Mr.";8tuart StrathyV tlieCenera!  Manager, in liis; address, said that  the Bank's ramifications have been :  extended during;thc; past year by  the opening of several;new branch-,  03.;   ���������������������������Amongst;the most 'impbrtant.  Ke ^mentioned Montreal: and-Va.i-y-  obuver.    The Brink's growing-, busby  ness demanded"t]vC;::occnp^ioh":of^  thcKO  important  points,   arid;   the;  *���������������������������' .... .������������������ .   .[    ^ 1   _ .    1     ,  .       _ ��������������������������� j t., B- n    -t.i.vl.       ..n  liir.      11 11  aad p e d d 3 e - m 1; k [ 0 r .'��������������������������� no th in','':; ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������.. __ j  Maudc'������������������������������������������������������ :.was at li r. t- to0 much; as- \  asidc.fj-om. setting a liigliA-aluc upon ; money.-'fan ciod ;hrc V^aw-a-: way  Ionian . or "what, she: had d^  r_ak c d'th e - ro ,so������������������r ^  ^d-gcberoKil.iv^"-^^^  M'y>_aus_-_Mik^  '���������������������������"';.. hould::h. t  live ; unbn : aiiolhcr^vfil:  -:Ja.niefc,vdctermincd77;':not7:t6^,  njurc,  ^Ka\idc;v;V fi.elihp;::V:J;y7-.;Jetting:V}icr;  ���������������������������vkij_\v::;|(bw:;ii.^n.. :^ie. ^Inother7-h_(l.  ::bce'n;Vfoi-gottcn:.7.:..:;^  ^yo'iiv^ .. .'���������������������������__.way9������������������rne3.rit-! to::giye ;,it  >-^b;;y_u_;.But:dp  ��������������������������� iriueh-tis,: for if the bld'foohwidow-;  ��������������������������� or. >ron hd _: he ve know .; I ���������������������������;; ;';am--:'sti_l 1  ^-wovt.tV:fivc ihbustincl'dollars,'ihey'll  Jike ehougli be bofherii. Vnic with  7.offer ..-hopin' .I'll'V!e-hang'e:-jiiy; -will.  ���������������������������liut I aha n't. - J'll teach 'cm a trick.  ,r   two; -the; good-for-nothin';: old  - i_o..xiiiV.V'' V     oV-.-V  :V.Thb laft.?i-;part;of this-:S})'eecli:was  . iado::as JanetV-'wntx leaving the  : yo<nn. iconscf|U-ent]y Maude did not  Vh e ar itVneithcr :w b iild -she: havc.;u7i._  derstbod if she had. ; Slve knew her  :_ur .e .���������������������������was!;:veryr.;pcculiar,:-but- she  never dreamed it possiWe" for "���������������������������"her  : to  fancy 'that Dr. Kcnnctiy; wished  tornnkc-hcr his wife, and she wa  grei  !.;i  j,.p\',Z7ACt.l  lb; know  why. she  had been  _o. genevou;'. to her..Jhxi  ;,T������������������nct knew���������������������������; and when; a few days  Afterward. I.lr. Kennedy, Ueternnn7'  Sng u)>on a fvof>}; atlompt to remove  hor front hul Isou..--.'. o.-iiiie io her  'tilde, as she .w������������������_ silling alone in  the i.wilight. :die'iclt gla'd'that-onc-  J.alf- her .-property at .le.1s-.t7 was beyond her control.  "Mrs.   BiodgctC"  he taid, elejir-  eon.i'd-  'i".  iuc-  :.".g i iis t.l i ro a t,   ar; ������������������.l 100 ic i n  i'i--ib!.:; ,.;:.'en)b.-i.i;r;is.Rcd, ���������������������������'-'M  "Well, .what do you v-anloi Airs.  lilodgettf! was the willow's U:_ly  atiswci-, find'(he doc-tor v< plied. "I  did uot finish 'what. I wished to^ say  to you the other dny. and it's a  Tuaxiro nf u:ine, if a person has anything on his. mind, ho had better  toll it at onoe.V;  ������������������������������������������������������"Certainly, ca-o yourself off,  do." und j .-mors liM-lo gray eyes  .'twinkled ^ iih ' d������������������dight, -sin she  thought h'-w 0 vest! a lira lie '.\f-uld  look when >hc n.d hini hcr property waf. gone  "J w.'i!? "going, r.fr:-  j-j.   -ni _- . I.I  hi-  they :c()uld^ .iclp';. itv'.':::V?V'V  ::;;SinceV: J ^"ct-s^Vrla^  Mfi ud .had [taken the en tiro; nian-  agCKient;of;'affaiis,^and without her;  there would have - been but; little;  com fort,' or . orde r ;ih V a V hbu solibld:  whose, only, servant;:wos'v:oldvand  la_y>:and  whose    eldest  daughter  waa far too proud to work; : This  Maude knew, ianrl; with, a ;ilush;;()f_  indignation  upon  her ��������������������������� check,   she  replied   to   her stepfather: -"Very  well,  sir,! ;ean pay for: my board,  if ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'-'���������������������������you-^ like ;: but,   boarders,   you  know,; never    trouble ��������������������������� theinseives  with..the" aff airs, of the: kitchen." v  : - Thc n j 0 c to r -^ v. as con f ou n d ed;-;.: Ho  knew  he  c0uid   n01:"wel 1   dispenso  with, Maude' sVser-viccs,;.' and-it:had  not before pce.urrc'd.-,:to'-'hijii that a  housekeeper and boarder were -two  different' persons;; ���������������������������'-������������������������������������������������������'  c'Ah-���������������������������yes���������������������������just so," said he, "II  see I'm laboring under a mistake:  you prefer working 7 fois your  1.bard=^. ===_1tht,''; ;. tHi^ftwtn^W  good deal move disconcerted than  he ever supposed it poftsible for'hi.n  to feel, he gave up the contest.  Maude   was  at. this  time   nearly  sixteen  years  of   age,   and ...during:!  ihe-.next year sho-was. to all intent. ���������������������������  and purposes the housekeeper, dis- j  charging faithfully every duty and 1  still finding time to .'pursue hcr own j  iS-udies an . "super-int.cird^thc'ediica-j  tion  "of  little Lotiis,  to   whom   she j  was indeed a second mother.    Sue j  was very fond of books, and while j  Janet was with their?, the had with  Nellie attended    the  seminary"' at  Laurel Hill, where slie stood high  iu all hcr classes, for learning was  with   her   a delight,   and   when  at  ifi8t.it scctned necessary for her to  remain  at home, -fib .  still  devoted  a ���������������������������portion of each day to her stud-  i: s, reciting to a teacher who came  rrgularly  to the hour., and whom  she' paid with her own  money.;-Ily  this  means she  was  at the age of  .!.  t  V.Ottt.llUC.!,  io you���������������������������-"  lie never    fiiii.shed  for   the  w:'Jow  .{.u-ang  .xel.'iimiiig,  "K'������������������    <d  ing to pj-opoho I si>vciii,".;en a far bettor scholar than  ("Xc-llie, who left every care  to her  the . onf. u.c,! stf'psist-������������������r, saying she was just suit-  !icr ioet, j e-.i   to  the  kitchen  work,    and  the  no kino  f' t iresume old  books with  which- sue  iiKo! ]'v������������������;.'.i������������������i my property all t"j kept, her ciiamber uttered. 11ns  llande; h:i\i o: it ' the day she's--! chamber to which Nellie referred,  __".���������������������������_ 1...:.    am! the n :,', on:_ 'is will-1 w;.   Ma.udc's  particular   province.  <uglitci%n.  uic rr:t on'"- i^ will- v_;-s Ma.udc's jjartieular province.  vd to iie.r wiii-ft J die. M> you may n.-jjllerfi sim Kognod point sovereig-t j  Y/olMct' iu'- ;;kni-,:; aud frciiiu. j witb Louis, who thus early evinced j  KrW.tiv 'fiiirriet! wiUi what slie venly a degree <A intellccvtmiUN^ wonder- j  i..)i(..viil 1.0 h;:vo V.--r. an <<ih>r. she! ful in otio ?.u young, and who in I  walked a---, fiv. left^-iiig th'- docd-i- (o|.some things: excelled even Maude}  think h.M- t-lJ.-j' ;it-..---t ii'i'-xi-iieabb- w..-iiier-.elf.      ���������������������������       ,       ... ,   .    '  man he ever __-r. j     l.������������������r������������������wing .'tiid   tainting scorned to  The ii-xf.  day  Janet.  r..'..ived   am be  his   ruling     t.:i&t,e,     and  as  Dr.  .ivitathei" (.1   visit,    her   bus. ._..d'������������������ j Kcui.edv slill cherished for his crip-  *,V" who !ivd in  <.;.-: 11ada.       Ti'/-J jilcl boy ss, love ttlmosl idolatrous,  ��������������������������� "       ' 'it-il. ami to his-j lie f|.f.red neither niunoy nor pains  .lKter  ie.vi  ll'Vit.'.'tn.n   W.'U.   .'i'-e."|H! ���������������������������11.   a 1.1.1   10   i:.---|ii'     r ..........   _..........,     .....   ,  f������������������'yi.'..i.[. th'iight. tiie .loetor saw iicrjlo ))iocure for him ovoryttmig noe-  firive fron'"1-!3 door inst eve w> k, (���������������������������s'-iivy for his favorite pur_uit, Al-  ���������������������������^i-y \i< ]������������������-: awning if>tcrviov.. In j tmst tho ..-nliro day did Louis pas.  in what he termed Maude's librory,  where, poring over boks, or busy  with hi3:pe'ncil, lie whiled the hours  away-without- si 'sigii. for the green  fields and shadowy wood:., through  which ho could never hope to'..ramble. And Maude was very proud of  her artist ; brother���������������������������-proud; of the  beautiful boy whose face seemed not  to be of earth so calm, so angel-  like was -dts: expression. All the  softcr,,ngontlor virt.uos cif the nio^:  ther, and- all; the; intellectual qualities of-dhe father wej-e blended  together in the child,, wlio presented, a combination of goodness, talent, beauty, and deformity, such  a _: is tJeldbm^seen^vF  Maude. Louis possessed a deep; un-  dying^love, which neither time nor  misfortune could in a oy: way abate.  ,S}i���������������������������.'wa3.,-pji;'t:'and.:'j>6".iHi0n'.'of\:}ii,mrv  -self-���������������������������hi_ ;; 1 ifc-���������������������������-his;; 1 i^hfc^--his -all .in  a 11���������������������������-ah d;; to: 1 i i s 7 ch i 1 d 1 i k e;; im agi n a-:  iiom;;a _ purer,-, -obblor-^beiiig^hac!  neyer^beeh;-creafed': tliah ;liis; dai--;  1 ing^sistcr^dto ;.id^  Lpiiis -Ken?iedy love/;������������������������������������������������������ thc': seli-sacrb  ;ficing;;girl;7whb;:|dev6todth  Avhol.ly;tov hiitiV^an'd% wlio "wclL. til-  fi j le cl her niother' s:: chft-rgc;: ���������������������������'...'.' Care  : f or.;-:'iny;;:littlc?-d WV'..";; -^. ^/$z;}r:,Ii������������������;v.H:  777Nc]He.^tco,*;wwa .-^weil-fbelbvctl^  blithe' %sboa,.grew;:; weary, of; hcr: company,; for; she seldom talked of anything save herself and; the coinpli-  mcnt3::which';were .given ;.t6-:, her  yd tithf vi LI 1. e a u ty ;���������������������������.:; A nil ���������������������������; - j_ c! 1 i c," ��������������������������� at  the age;of eighteen,"'. -as;beautiful.���������������������������  if tha (.'can be;; ca,lled bc'iutj'; which  ia -void of heart'or; soul or:ini.cl-  lect. She was:verv small, and the  "profusion of golden curls v/hich fell  aboiit her ncek and shoulders, gave  .her then p)". ea ranee of bci n g y bu ng-  er than she really-was. Hcr fea-  turo s\ were ai most ���������������������������painfullyvregu-  lar, hercomplexiondai.singly;bril-  lia.nt, while her large blue eyes  had in ihem a dreamy, languid ex-;'  preasion exceedingly attractive to  tii0se wh0 looked f0 r i 10thing bip  y._nd^^nr)-^iri-tii-u'-__._h?i-������������������ib_.r^-^.w.}ier.c_  dwell tlie graces '"which make a woman what she ought to be- Louis'  artist eye, undeveloped though it  was, acknowledged the rare loveliness of Nellie's face. 8hc would  make a beautiful picture, he  tiiought,���������������������������but for-', the noble, the  good,...Ihe. pure,_he turned to the  dark-eyed Maude, who waa as  -who! ly_~u n 1 i ko^lici L_.titcp.������������������s.t.c t_/ \&J t  wa.s possible for, her to be. The  one v.:as a delicate blonde, the other  a decided lu-uu-ul0, with hair and  eyes of deepest black. Her complexion, too. was dark, but tinged  with a- beautiful vvd, which Nellie  would gladly have transferred' to  her own paler check. Jt .as around  the mouth, however, the exqtiisite-  iy-shapel mouthy''and white even  teeth, that Maude's principal boan-  tv lay. and the bright smile 'which  lit. up hcr feature.', when at all animated in convorhation would havo  made a plain face handsome. Some  there, were who gave her thc preference, saying ..here was far more  beauty in hcr clear, bautil'ul eyes  and sunny smile than in thc dollish, face'of Nellie., who treated  such remarks with the utmost  scorn. She knew that she was  beauriful. She had known if all her  life-���������������������������for had sho not boon told so  by hcr mirror., her father, her  schoolmates, hcr aunt Kelsey, and  more than all by J. C. J)e Yerc,  the elegant young man whom she  had met in llo.hosfor, where, she  had spe.'.'t tho winter preceding the  summer of which we now arc writing, ami which was four and one  half years after Matty's death.  Grera.lv had tho young lady murmured (in her return against Uic  dreary old house and lonely lifo  _l  Laurel   Kill,   wliich   did  indeed  bur physical strength increasing up  to: a certain age and thendecreas- 1 growth of   the Provinces y of Sas-y  ing.    Tests of; the strength of scv- | hatch .wan'Snd Alberta has-induced  oral tliou'sa nd individual _-,... ye been  made and the following-figures.are  given as the averages derivedyfrbni  such tests, says the London Globe,  The lifting power of a youth of 1 "7  ir. 280 pounds; in:his,twentieth[.year  this increases to 320 pounds and in  they thirtieth aud- thirty-first years  it reaches ifsdieight. 360 pouiidsrAt  the expiration :��������������������������� of ; they thirty-first  year,the strength begins to ideclme,  very gradually;;at-^first. v:yBy the  fortieth year it has decveaseel eight  pounds and diminution continues at  a slightly increasing rate;untilytlie  fiftieth year; i3":roachody when tht3  figure: is: 330 .pounds.���������������������������..:���������������������������:������������������������������������������������������:, ;y;_. v. .;���������������������������:���������������������������'���������������������������:.'-���������������������������  :y y 8 u bsecj u e n t-*;- to.' yy; ;djii>'I y; per iod:  ���������������������������.strength fails more and more ^i-apid-  ly until the weakness ofybld^age is  'reached'. ;Tt: is - found; iiTipbasildc: to  obtain:-trnstworthy b. iti _tiics bf;t-h.e  ���������������������������decline v of y stron gth v af te: r 7 ;th.c- yft f ixf  cth year, as theyrateyaricsigi-catly  in-dirtcreiitihdividuals.'yyyy-yyy^y.;  H:/-y;^,7-y;.���������������������������;���������������������������--'- -'"': ^���������������������������/'^:'i^^_|:ay  ADtiuslRcfiort of i!ic^ .aUerrllaJtK  ���������������������������;:;yr:;.yyyl^Jiigh!y;;Sj  -���������������������������Tlie;;Trad_r_^  11 ow;; be c n; ��������������������������� i n: ;e xi s t e 1 i e c > 3 l>MM5'-5l_  :a; Centuiy -and: in ;;thi3;y timcyUiis  flourishing organization ba .;bef;o.inc  one of ;our most respected; and ef-;  fieicnt^financial institutions.^ ^:': dt  closes its twenty-fifth year withy the  most creditable; showing which has  been cxl)ibited.- in any of its anniial  statements" and yinya"; position of  strength which is the, most^atisfac-  ��������������������������� t'b'ry in its hi story.:: ���������������������������  The directors;:::0f7;:;they:;Ti;aders  Bank ^appar .ntlysdireet theyalTairs  oi"; the ; Bank- as '���������������������������:: directors ;.hould.-  They  arc  kept most^minutely;;:jn-:  forincd.ofyairyfhcy"details of the^  Bank's hmnageuieht.yTheir-systen!:  of   inspection   and   special   audit  keeps ''the-'Board ;.'iu the closest possible touch with  the  actual;:Condi-;,  tion   of every    important   account  every   week," and   with praedliatty  every move in the workings of each  office of the Bank and with all important credit transactions.  The Traders Bank has in the past  paid ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������particular-'- attention    to On-  t-31'io business and the- fact that it  has covered tlio Ontario field most  iltoroughlyyiK ;!:hown  itr the  great  number  of ^branches in .the',..,i'rov'-  i_Hr"Nbw7-however;-"fheir"operay  tions    arc    rapidly    extending    >n  . Vvestertr     Canadfi,     and     fifteen  i branches have been established a-t  ��������������������������� important pointR.    Wc understand  j that ihe    most,    gratifying   results  i have come to the Bunk from thc new  I territory    thus opened    ns well as  Ifrun the new offices opened in To-  j r on to and other pftrts of Ontario.  iThc business public is not s.low to  j show its appreciation of the econo-  j mical management and the conser-  i vativc progressiveness oi'-tliis flour-  j ishiug Ibink and on tlie other hand  I the Directors have felt- justified in  ' increasing the annual  dividend lo  an eight per cent,   basis.  Tlie detailed statement of the  bu .ness for lhe year ending :11st  De cinber, UK.,' was presented, at  the Annual Shareholders meeting  held at ihe Head Ollice, Toronto,  on Tuesday of last week.  "\Yo notice that; from the profits  of lhc year, after making the usual  deduction., and the usual' conditional allowances, there wore paid  three quarterly dividend., .'it the  rate" of 7 per cent, per anno; . .and  one at thc rate of eight per cent.  The stun of $200,000 was added to  the re:., account, bringing the total  up to $.,200,000, and .1 (_.,���������������������������!.3.40  was placed to the credit of profit  and loss account. There has been  1 very  satisfactory growth in   do-  Vii-y Directors tb: increase;: the;���������������������������;',/"������������������������������������������������������  B������������������nk:s sphere.of' influence in those. 7 y  ���������������������������rrpyinccsy'.;-���������������������������":'������������������������������������������������������ -���������������������������;'y -:r::r.-S'-~.'^'. '."-.y���������������������������"-"'���������������������������yyy.yyy  The Vice-President,  the' Hon. vy.  B-. Sti-atton, said at tlio last Annual'  Meeting'the; state rnenti was;; made; y  that for >1009; great pr og r esa^iriight yy  be dboked; for.- 7 Ho ^"a-s 7 delighted; ;y;  to: say that this/statement has ibecn 7 ;;  fuIly verified.- The;Bank;has made.::>{ l  -Bu;y_ar.;a_.;]_o:;was-awa  iTddKid^debtsfduringytli-C year,;ex-y;y;;  oept in -the    few;;   fcrnall; accounts :;y  whiehimay yet be ; yeabKccLyyThe:;;;::  . .lolev twelve nidnths^present ay re- iyy  cord of credits well pbs^rvcd,;;debtS;yy  pr 0 ni ptl y y p aid,  a ri d:; ri o v dpssc s.;:;| ��������������������������� :3b. ?% ;y  ������������������������������������������������������-]\ 0 ti e;; PI :i{ lie'7 best s inyc stineii ts Wo f.r:3:  th.y]3ank_cbntinnc8 to be; .he;Head;-;;,  Oflico Buildingy "Eycry^  ablti spacc-is:ocenpid^l^niid^t^^Rtsyy^  are-'iirpmptl;^  aH 77butgbing.,_flie:;;7;Ban  n e ar lyy -5 ]4 i p CrSccn t ;���������������������������;,; n 01;;; pr bfi ty ,p is ]:5; y  tli cy i n yes tin en t v'rbr ,y:: _ to ;;!-;bc;;^cx������������������ c i;,f ;g|  .5 HQz pe r, -beritgy ;^Roiitayappe^;:.foyl;������������������^g|y  i per easing, ,yy-_)t,svif.bstah di ngyy|;th������������������Q|?-  m a h y;, h e w; vpf ffi eb' ;b������������������ u i Id i ng:^ ya u d; wi ff. f ;1y;;  the; d3 a nkls; ���������������������������; b'quipine^n^  inbdation:;;fd: .;:tehant3,;.:'tb  hep no ���������������������������; f earya a-, t oythc^f u tu re: re yc n u eg ;;y.  frpm;;tlii_;Rp_rceyy::Th.Jptli^binlUMHI  ingsyaisp~yiCld^a?goPd;;;r^  ;prbtrtiso.^wcllIfbr;.;the;.;futbro:;y:y";yy^  :xu  Fakir Livch'in Coiisfort ���������������������������.n:f> ItlUloft  ���������������������������;yy:;; ���������������������������;���������������������������::. )V i Hill is :;:;C ?.arg<^^;'y;;;;.;;';yyyy  ���������������������������In the very top pf Jakhn,-the-hill; "  that rises: above: Simla,: theroylives ;y;  a sbntai-y Hiiidti fakir,yab;_ld;;nian^;;  eltithedihyellpw^with;^  ter cd. cheeks find y caste; infirJcSrpn:^;  his, forc)icadr;:yyH'e'.7;the7guai  pricst;;pf;-:.tlic'ys^red;;nwnkc^  "���������������������������Like: the -in habitants^^oiSancientvg  Egy pt, - who ; worshipped y- cats - an d ; y  crocodiles,  the   Hindus ;.r; to-day; y  lipid many animals in av-tperstitious  reverence.     Indeed the yHindu of  t#tlTTy=iiffe"Vm__m;dre=fsma .3.ifl-than7==  fornieriy,  and    resents-  more pas-;y  sionately the;smallest injury or insult offered  to    the    creatures he  worships.       ;    ' ���������������������������"���������������������������.���������������������������"..;  Among this hierarchy of animal.  the monkey holds a placo of honor  seo.nd only, to the cow; for in the ,  ''Jtamfiya.nay" - the  sacred   :cpic ;of  the Hindus, it is written how Hanu-  uxi .\yt.he-moiikeyLgbdciillioddiiniseli--  v.-i.tb Vishnu the Preserver, helping- '  him to overcome Iiis   onornies and  recovor his lost wife Sito.  Bo the monkey, ���������������������������.especially the  c'< mreoi) red monkey, s������������������ys the Wide  World Magazine, is ,v,'orfihipp^l  tljrouglioul; the length and breadth ���������������������������  oi India. 7 His images in brass are  sold in every ba.aar, and many  shrines "arc' dedicated to his worship.  People say that thero It as always  been a fakir on Jakkq, and it is  possible that one has lived (here  ever since the hill tribes were admitted within the very elastic limit.���������������������������.of t-ho Hindu religion. Priest  has, succeeded priest," living alono  on tbe mountain top,...ud .sharing  with his little red gods the food  which pious -'worshippers  provided.  In former times there must have  been liti-lc enough for cither gods  or priest, for the hi!! foil- in the  villa.'.'.-, around' Iiv" -,'Oor'iy even  when"'the season is good, .and nearly starve when thero is iambic. Hut  kow he lives in comfort. .Not only  ha3 the onnib.r of Hindu meveh-  ants io the bazaar incroa^ed but  many -Knglish visitors come to see  hi. charges and give him money  when  thoy leave.  Thc farmer makes a lot of' _?-'j;ic)-  posits;;  those show  sin inciLiise of.  in: tbe middle man. 5  .  _!:  GBaE_������������������2i_S_S_2S__������������������S @ HSgSggg ������������������ __S___3 ������������������ B_____iS__ 6 i  " CATTLE OR CHILD RE  Which, do you value the most���������������������������your cattle or your children ?  You .know that thc health and development of your live stock  depends on the quality of the food you give them���������������������������that they  must have good, strong, nourishing food. Are you as particular about your children? Do you insist on their diet  consisting of food that will build up the little muscles, that  will develop the brain and keep the stomach svreet and  clean���������������������������so' essential to growing children ? Give them the  best and most natural food for growing children���������������������������  Y*_??_������������������|_������������������K3j_3R  ___������������������i  HOJV  ___&  BISCUIT  made .������������������o_r the whole wheat berry, stearn-cooked, shredded  -and - ba Ired. Nothing added, nothing taken away. It contains all the material for building brain,-bone and muscular  tissue; Its very crispness promotes mastication, which  means sound teeth and good digestion. A light, palatable  and nutritious food that insures sturdy, robust health.  Two biscuits (heated in oven) eaten with hot' milk every  morning-for breakfast will enable a" boy or girl to reach the  top-notch of muscular agility and mental alertness and will  fortify, them against the dangers of cold and exposure.  . All the Meat of the   Golden  Wheat.     Made  in  Canada.  THE CANADIAN SHREDDED WHEAT CO., LIMITED  NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO.  Tjroa to Oiii.cs, 49 Weilisstea Street East ������������������o9������������������  [ 9 fifaaSBSB a ____,___; e jh__b____ ___________w_____������������������_i a  BREADS.  Brown Broad.--Two pint cupfuls  of sour milk, one-half cupful of molasses, two and one-half level tcaspoonfuls of soda. Beat together  until light. Add enough graham  flour to make moderately still bat-  tor. Bake in slow oven. This  Quantity makes  tv.'o loaves.  Bran Muffins.���������������������������One cupful of  flour, ono cupful of bran, two tcaspoonfuls baking powder, two tablespoonfuls syrup, oil's ega; beaten up  v.-ell; add a little salt, milk enough  to make 'the batter soft. Beat together until everything is well  mixed.   This recipe is a good one,  three-quarters of a   pound of pulverized    sugar,    all    rubbed   to a  paste.   Spread this upon the sheet  of dough from end to end, strew  currants evenly over  it,  and  roll  up as you would cake  for a- jelly  roll.    When folded thus and close-  ]/, take hold of tho cods of the roll  and stretch t>. the full length of tho  board, cut into slices an inch and a  half thick, lay-upon buttered pans,  not so close together as to interfere  with the last rising.   This should be  aboufc three-quarters of    an  hour  long.    Then   bake.      For   outside  coating,  noil together a cupful of  granulated sugar and a quarter of  a cupful of water into a thick syrup.  Spread this   over   the   buns when  they are taken hot from the oven  aud let it dry.  ���������������������������y.  LIFE'S OUTLOOK  FOR YOUNG GIEtS.  SEASONABLE RECIPES.  Delicious Waffles.���������������������������One pint . of  flour; rub in ono tablespoonful of  nofc only for its'"excellent taste, but {butter;  beat yollc.  of three  eggs,  good also as a remedy for any person troubled with a weak stomach.  Oatmeal Bread.���������������������������Two cupfuls of  oatmeal, three cupfuls of white  flour, one cupful of molasses, one-  half cupful of broken nut meats,  one-half cupful of sugar, one yeast  cake.    Mix well. . Lefc  raise  until  light.   Put in "greased pans and let j used 'for.'fish)    cold    meats', oyster  raise again.  add teaspoonful of sugar, one level  spoonful of Ealt, one heaping teaspoonful of baking powder, one  cupful-of sweet milk; add to flour  and beat well. Fold in beaten  whites.  .Serve with maple syrup.  Cold  Sauce.���������������������������Tho following is a  fino recipe for   cold   sauce,  to bo  A clergyman startled his drowsy'  congregation tho other day as follows -.���������������������������"My dearly beloved friends,  permit rae-- to ��������������������������� .remind you that 1  come here to preach, nol to act as  umpire in a snoring match."  The man who laughs when things  go wrong is bound to climb above  the' throng."  - Some girls imagine they are pretty a3 a picture because they are  painted. . '  'A flavorinpr used .the same as lemon or venills.  _Vdusoivt���������������������������K'_r___ated sugar in water and  addir.se Mspleiue, a delicious syrup is made and  a syrup better than maple. Alapleine is sold by  groews. li mot seed 50c for 2 ex. bottle and  L.   recipe book, Cre _cat K_ . Ca.. Sgstt.e, Wa.  OB  S������������������st������������������������������������-Portab_o  or Skidded Engine  . '! Equipped .with Evaparator Tank.  Designed especially for general Farm  - Work     v    ,  Built in 5 and 8 H.P. Size3.  Specially Adapted for Work  In  8   H.P. Semi-Portable-Engine with Cold   W������������������ ._her_  Evaporator Tunk. , -  These Engine* aro the snmc _3 the Standard Horizontal Eaor.itor Engine . except-that the.v aro mounted on skids with gasoline tank placed in  bnflc of the'euglno, whore, it is'well protcc ted. ranking-a very neat, compact,  pelf-coti.. ined outfit. :>s cau be seen from the illustration abovo of tho 8 h.p.  Gasoline I.ngjrto.   Send for catalogue W.S. '. -  THE  CANADIAN   FAIRBANKS  COMPANY,   Limited.  MONTREAL,       ST. JOHN, M. Q. s    TORONTO,       WINNIPEG  CALCARY,  n  Bake in moderate  oven about one hour. Be careful it  i.3 thoroughly clone. Does nob require kneading, simply mix well.  Oatmeal Bread.���������������������������Scald one cupful of oatmeal with two cupfuls of  boiling water, lot cool, add one-  half cake of compressed yeaslcake,  one teaspoonful of salt, and one  quart cf flour, one tablespoonful of  lard, one-half cuoful of 0 sugar,  stir up at night, let rise, and in the  morning-mako into loaves. This  makes two loaves..  Ginger Bread.���������������������������Take one pint of  New Orleans molasses, - one-half  pint of soft brown sugar, two or  three eggs, a scant half cupful ot  lard, and a pinch of salt: mix this  thoroughly and then , add one-half  pint of hot water in which two level  tcaspoonfuls of soda have been-,dissolved, two .dessertspoonfuls ot  ground ginger, and -.ono quart of  flour, .cat until ;ib becomes a  smooth batter ami'bake in shallow  pans. ,        " ������������������������������������������������������   .  ' "Cinnamon Buns. ���������������������������These.are new-  and paroxeellc-nt."- JWhen. setting  sponge for bread ''add more water  than is-generally used. When thc  sponge has ri3cn sufficiently tb  knead take from it a''quart of the  risen mi_lure and work nuto it five  cocktail, and so on : One teaspoon  ful salt, one teaspoonful pcpPer,  one teaspoonful dry or wet mustard, juice of one-half of a lemon,  cne-fourth cupful of "Worcestershire  sauce, one-half cupful catsup. Mix  well together. Can be kept for any  length of .time in a cool place.  Pineapple Salad.���������������������������Put a slice of  pineapple on a lettuce leaf. On this  place a dice shaped piece of gelatine  which, has previously been prepared, auy color. Over this sprinkle'  finely chopped celery. Over this  put some mayonnaise mixed with  whipped cream and over the whole  sprinkle chopped nuts. This is a  very pretty as well. as a delicious  dish. ���������������������������   ���������������������������  Pigs in Blankets.���������������������������Cut "one-half  pound of veal"cutlets in pieces two  inches long. Season with salt1 and  popper. Wrap strings of English  breakfast bacon around-.each "'"'pig,"  pin with toothpicks., Fry until  done. c  In all cascs'of  DISTEMPER, PINKEYE.INFLUENZA*   _ ....  _0_PS,.������������������TC.   ���������������������������f all horses, broodmares, colts, stallions. Is "to  "SPOHN TliEI."  on their ten* ties or In the feed put Syo__\-������������������ r.iquid  Compound. Ulve (he remedy to all of them. It  acts on the blood and elands. It routs thedi..������������������.. _  by expelling tha diseasa germs. It wards off the  trouWii no matter ho . they are "exposed." A .-  bati.tel.. tvva (rota anything injurious. A child  can saMy take It. 50c and 51.00: $5.50 and $11.00  tio dozen.   Sold by 4ru_gisto aud harness dc_l������������������ro  411  !>ix(i ..tutor*j  Vi _ol _*i_le   !.r__s_sf.  SPGHN ME0SC3L CO.,  CUetni. Is and Baclerlologis.������������������  .    GOSHEN, IND., U. S. A.  smooth.  when set to rise  well beaten eggs, also.- sugar to  taste, half a pound of butter, nnd  two-large potatoes-masked soft and  The dough should bc soft  Let-it .stand until  it has doubled the original bulk.  Spread -then upon the kneading  board and roll oufc about two incites thick. Havo ready the following  mixture: Half a pound of butter,  two   tcaspoonfuls '   of   .cinnamon,  WANTED  A x  Slave Plate l*"ioor _To\i  Steady  woi _  throughout .the  Good prices.  THE O. MOORE CO.. LI.  HAMILTON.  dcrs.  year.  5 tad  Maple   Syrup  Makers  Attention!  TWO LOAF .J.JSCIPES.'' ' '  ' Chicken Loaf.���������������������������Boil slowly until  the. moat falls, from , the' bones.  Strain, and put'the liquor, back on  Iho range and-simmer until ifc is reduced'to about a pinfc'and a halt';'  remove and' mix ,with , it about a  fourth of a box of. gelatin into a  square-or Ground, mold,-, lay' a few  slices of hard boiled egg, then a  layer of the chicken, first a row of  white, then of the dark meat. Season the soup with salt, pepper,- pour  over the chicken in tho mold, set  away to harden.-" Slice and arrange  on a.dish with pars]oy.garnish.  Salmon- Loaf.���������������������������One can "salmon,  one cupful of cracker crumbs, one  egg beaten light, juice of one -lemon, one teaspoonful of salt,  enough milk to hold together ; steam  one-half hour; serve hot with dressing. Dressing���������������������������Two tablespoonfuls  of butter, two. tablespoonfuls of  flour, melt butter and mix with  Hour; one and one-fourth cupfuls  ^o .miilk^boi Wun ti Uthickr   Nature    Mnkon     Demands    Upon  'ihem Wliich only Such a Tonic  as Dr.  _VHiinms' Pink Piiis  Ca a Supply.  The girl of to-day is thc woma .  of to-morrow, and until that tomorrow oft-times she suffers a  weariness and loss of strength nntf  brightness. These woes, with pa-  lid cheeks, shortness of breath and  persistent headaches, tell plaitaci.  than words that she Deeds a.s__.  ance in the form of new, rich red.  blood. - ���������������������������']  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pate'  People arc- just the medicine grow���������������������������������������������  ing girls need'.    Every dose helps toj  make new, rich blood, thus helping  languid,'despondent girls on to tho.  full bloom of womanhood,   making,  them-robust, cheerful  and  attract  tive.   'Mrs.    Albert- Putman,   Fori,  Robinson, Ont., says: "A couple of ���������������������������  years ago my daughter Hattie, not.  fifteen, was in declining,health. Shg   ���������������������������  complained of   severe'  heaclacWJ "  had no appetite, was very p_tle^an.j  exhausted at the least exertion.- M  ���������������������������  time passed on she was hardly able:   '  to   drag   herself    about, notwith-"  standing that she was under medical'  treatment and continuously taking.   -  medicino.      At' - this   'juncture    a. ���������������������������  neighbor strongly    advised -me to''-  give   Hattie    Dr.  Williams'". Pin .  "'<  Pills, and I decided tb do ,so. After-  she had taken    three boxes - somo" '-  improvemcnFwas noticed; the head*.''  aches were not so frequenVrior so'"'  severe, and her.appefcile was mac!.   '-'"  improved.   This was,indeed cheer-; -'  ing and  she, continued .taking fcho':1"',  Pills '"until,  she    had   used    somo."''  ,-eight' boxes, 'when sho was 'as-well.   -  as ever she had been in her life,"ari<_ :   "  sinco"that time she has been as'ro-';;  bust as any'girl "could wish to b'e.^  I would strongly urge all mother.",".- -  of growing girls to keep their health  fortified through   the    use-of Dr.v- -  Williams', Pink Pills.'"' '  -   -.-     -'i''  Dr.* Williams' Pink rills can-be". ���������������������������  had'from "any medicine  dealer or.'. -  by "mail from  The ' Dr. .Williams'.1'- ."  Medicine .Co.,-Brockville,- Ont.,'" at'   ���������������������������  50 cents 'a box" or six    boxes for '"'.  $2.50.     -", , ���������������������������    -   -;-.; ���������������������������-;'���������������������������-_  ���������������������������  -: '. ���������������������������   soups:/ -���������������������������     :-_.t  ;.Cream'' Tomato ^Spup.'���������������������������One-halt  can - tomatoes, 'one. teaspoonful of  sugar, one-quarter teaspoonful ol  soda., one quart milk, .one siico onion, four tablespoonfuls - o til bur,1  one teaspoonful of salt, one-eighth-  teaspoonful of pepper,' two "table'--"  spoonfuls of butter. Cook tlie to .  matocs   with the su .ar and .onion:  JTow eun you r.nsnT.,.5il.r .spoct t. "r__k������������������  070U n tail" auulUy or synif. u_iuu out-of-  date jk _.-; ar.d kottles and imns for boiling  your Afayle Syrup. Writ* for booklet o_  tlio "CIlampion" Kvn..oettor to  Ttie CRIMM MANUFACTURING  Company,  6S Wellington si., Montreal.  - Tlie . p-.o-date woman  whose skin and lips easily chap  and burn in the cold winter winds,  turns, for quick relief, or as a pre-  . ventive, to her assortment of  Preparations in Tubes���������������������������12 Kinds  Each remedy for tpecinl purpose.,  Convenient,   Economical, Sanitary.  VAS������������������LSft������������������ CAMPHOR SCE  HeaU chapped hands and face, cracked lips, cold  sores, rough skin, sim and wihdburn.  "���������������������������/WHITE'-VASEUNE"-.  Inv������������������!t_l_ internally for coughi, colds,core throat. CAPSICUM  VASELINE is better thau a mustard plaster and doct not blister.  Our Free Vaseline Book v"5Ji!_ 2. _ft! V'''1' _ e^h  j-   ___���������������������������   ���������������������������      e    ��������������������������� i 17 v*<ellnePf<'Par������������������l_n and guei  direct._i������������������.   _<>nd in y_iir name ������������������nd ������������������reel addreu, aad we will t_.il you ������������������copy  poolflgeprepaid.   Be������������������urc(o mrnlion liiispsptr. '--���������������������������������������������������������������������������������     ->.-���������������������������.- .������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������'.-���������������������������  CHESEBROUa������������������ MFG. CO. rCon������������������'d), 37D Cr������������������i* St. W., Montrtai  COUGHS & COLDS  LEAD TO CONSUMPTION  Col'J. n.a the most dr.Rg.._ __������������������  of  all  i form! of diVea..:.    A nej.;lcf ted cold lead*  I to Droiicliit!*, Coasumptift . Pneumonia.  " Couylu " ore the result of irritated bron-  j chialluhes.   '"P5YCHlNF."curascoa^|js  by removimj tha  irritatir.s particles and  .scaling thc i:.f!o_ed membrane.    It {< a  IgermiciJ'. and deitrovs iha tubercle germ.  ] It is a tonic (hot strengthens the funrs, the  !li  iver, and tones up t'ie system.  It mak  eg  f or better health it. all condition, of human,  ity. Gctstrongundthecot.!-will disappear.  "PSYCH!ME" mates weak peor>l������������������  f sitronc. 'l cllrC! c^'S'11 ������������������f 'I10 nxa^ obau������������������  rate kind and breaks up a cold ia a f������������������w  i hours.  Writa far Fres S..oip!f.  Pot f ������������������ta ir & Ura . i������������������is **4 I);������������������t_s 5ik. k H  tu _������������������it  Dr.  r. A. StOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  .TO .TK KNOWING.  A harmless lotion for chapped  hitJKts i.s nuido of glyucrute out with  lemon. H is as healing us ifc is  softening.  Heat your snow .shovel, then rub  its entire surface over .i(h a wax  candle.    'Xhis    will  prevent    snow  sticking." ~- "'  J-cforc pouring hofc fruit into a  glass dish or jar, put it on a- wet  cloth. This will keep thc glass from  cracking.  Take a round piece of cloth, run  a vabhor in it, and keep over the  lop of meat chopper; no dust and  always ready for use.  Malting oiul malting rugs of  straw may ho freshened by washing wilh salt and water, and then  rubbing dry quickly wilh a cloth,  A now ilavor ean bo given" to  cooked prunes by adding a fow  slices of lemon. Another method is  lo cook thorn with _ bag of spices.  "When a baby learns to walk tho  mother's chief care is not lo let him  slaud too long, for learning lo walk  too soon is Iho cause of bowlegs.  Try pulling thc clothespins in the  oven until they get real hot; on  wash day your lingers jtvill never  get cold while putting out a large  washing.  fifteen-minutes,   add  the soda an.  nib through    a  sieve.      Scald  tho-  milk in a double boiler and thicketi '  with the   Hour, the    amount given  above, wet with  water-to make   _-  paste.    Cook twenty minutes,  stir-;-  ring constantly >it first," then combine the mi_tures,  add thc butler  and seasoning and serve. ~\ .  Xoodlo    Soup.���������������������������Add    noodle's to '.  bscf or any other good-soup after  straining  ;th_y will cook in fifteen  or twenty minutes and are prepared  -in^tlio^lViUow-ing^inannc.--T===-.l'o==ou������������������=  beaten ogg add as much sifted flour  as ifc will take up, with a little salt..'  lioll out as thin    as a   wafer and  dredge lighfly wilh flour.    Roll over  and over into a large roll and cuk _  thin from    one    end.      Shake  oufc,  loosely and lefc dry, then drop iulo:  the boiling soup.  _���������������������������  Ji, DELICATE LITTLE BABIES  2,  Ono     housekeeper     says  In  PRONOUNCED.SI-KEEN  cooking uso hot watcr for all things  that'grow-mid org round;- such as potatoes or turnips, and cold water  for those growing above 'ground."  For chapped hands render pure  mullon tallow and while it is still  hot dissolve gum camphor in it, as  much as de.. red. This'is an'excellent remedy for chapped hands and  lips. .  I'.vcry delicate baby sfcarl.i  life with a ..'.noun handicap.  Kv.n a trivial illness may cud  Jm fatally and (hr mother i1? kepi  jj in a. slate of constant dread.  J Baby's Own Tablets have  wl done moro than any other  7* medicine to make sickly ba-  ������������������ hies well and Brrong. They  4- give mothers a feeling of se-  Y curify as through Iheir use  2J sho secr her delicate ehild  & developing healthily.        Mrs.  * Theodore Mordon, BaJa. Out.,  4 says:���������������������������"T can say with confidence lhat Baby's Own.  Tablets saved my baby's li/..  I did nol know what ifc tr ai to  ��������������������������� have a good night's rest m\.  it" til wc started using the Tob������������������  jf lets, but thoy havo made hit.-  a strong, healthy child." Sol ti  by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents a. box froxjj  Tlie Dr. Williams' Mediciu..  Co., Brockville, Ont,  ���������������������������-* .'  1  "I don't .believe George IonT m^  any more." "What's the matter tl  Have you quarrelled'?" "No; buftj  h . doesn't offer to witv������������������ lhe supper  dishes for mo [.-.iw " _**  *_-  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 7, 1910  '   : ____________________M^HM  Play Ball  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 R.t'.n: Transient EOe an inch first  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion. Contract advertising. |1 an inoh per month.  Legal Notices: 10c a Una first insertion: Bc a line  each iubiequent Insertion.  Reading Notices and Local*: 10c a line.  APRIL 7,  1910  WATERWORKS AMENDMENT BYLAW.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St.  Enderby  Garden  leeds  in bulk and package  L. L. May's Seeds, 3 for    -  Steele-Briggs'        6 for    -  Plunket & Savage, 6 for    -  10c  25c  25c  Just arrived: Shipment of Spring  Hats, in latest Styles and Shades  Fresh Groceries always in stock.  Wheeler & Evans  Gity Meat Market  " THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  The best Fresh, Salt and Cured  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish  weekly; eggs and vegetables.  Orders by Mail  receive   our   prompt  attention.  Private  Livery  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs; stylish drivers; new harness; everything up-to-date and  well-kept. When you wish a rig  for a Sunday drive, speak for it  early, as my finest turn-outs are  usually spoken for in advance.  ���������������������������Anw Matthews���������������������������  The Amending by-law introduced  by Aid. Blanchard, and now before  the City Council for passage, will, if  it becomes law, do away with a great  amount of the uncertainty which has  ever existed in 'connection with the  collection of water rates and the  management of the system. The one  weak point of the old by-law, under  which the waterworks system has so-  far been operated,- has been in connection with the rates and the indiscriminate manner in which the water  was ordered on and off, with no responsibility, seemingly, attached to  anybody. The amending law will put  ithe Enderby system on the same  business-like basis as is in vogue in  all cities where the system is owned  by the people. While at first it may  cause a little inconvenience in the readjustment to comply with the new  regulation, the difficulties will quickly be overcome, and the system put  upon a better footing. The new bylaw has passed its second reading,  and will come up for final passage at  the next meeting of the Council. It  reads:  "A by-law to amend By-law No.29,  entitled 'A By-law to provide for the  Government and Management, Rates  and Rents of the Waterworks System  of the City of Enderby.'  "The Corporation of the City of  Enderby, in open Council assembled,  hereby enact as follows:  "1. That section 9 of the said bylaw shall be, and it is hereby, amended by the insertion, after the word  'writing' of the following words, 'on  a form to be obtained from the City  Clerk."  "2. That thc said section 9 shall be  and it is hereby further amended by  the addition of the following subsections:  "(a)   Water shall not in any case  be turned on to any building, prem-  j ises, lot or    other    place, except on  'receipt by the City  Clerk of an ap-  I plication,    in    writing    as aforesaid,  'and the rate for such water shall be  : due and collectible from the time the  same shall    have   been so turned on  until    application    shall    have   been  ! made in writing as hereinbefore provided for the same to be turned off;  "(b) The rate for water supplied  to any building, premises, lot or  other place, at the request of the  owner of such building, premises, lot  or other place, shall, if allowed to  fall into arrear, be recoverable by action at law against tbe owner of the  voiced but that Mr. Ellison has been  at the front with all the assistance  he could give. At the present time  Vernon is endeavoring to get the proposed Government Universityi The  city is awake and active. Just as a  starter, Mr. Ellison has come forward with a gift of one hundred acres  of land to the enterprise. His initiative in the matter, should encourage the city to come forward handsomely in one mighty effort to gain  the object in view. The Hon. Mr.  Ellison is in a position to act in the  initiative, and he has done so handsomely, as he. ever has done in the  interest of Vernon and the Valley.  Men big enough to rise above petty  party jealousy, honor Mr. Ellison for  what he has done and is doing for  the Okanagan.  ^^^j^^^  These are the  Suits  we've been  telling you  about  SAVE THE CHILDREN  "This frightful hecatomb," is the  term employed in the last annual report to the government to describe  the enormous deathrate among babies  of tbe province of Quebec. Mr. Joseph Wilfrid Bonnier, the compiler of  statistics, says the mortality increased in 1908 to the enormous  figures of 5,716, which represents 16.6  per cent, of the deaths of all kinds,  or one-sixths of the deaths of the  whole year.  "In the face of this enormous hecatomb," he argues, "should we remain idle and merely fold our hands  as if we thought the danger inevitable and impossible to prevent?  Modern science and experience teach  us in the most positive manner that  it is easy to reduce to zero this mortality among our little ones, who are  only crying to be allowed to live so  that they, may work when their time  comes in the development of our  young country. To solve this great  problem of high social economy, it is  absolutely necessary to diffuse hygienic knowledge among the people,  and especially among the mothers of  families, and make them understand  that to save their children they must  care for them, in a rational way."  s_  _?  _)  (���������������������������)  (_  Note the  handsome style  and exceptional fit  See the many points of  advantage  Come in and let us go into  the matter of detail ���������������������������  and price  _>  with a  summer  Cliff Street  Enderby  ENDERBY  Hotel  The Home of the Old-Timer  and the abode of the New-  Comer. All will find a warm  welcome at the pioneerhouse  and you'll be made to feel atj  home, no matter when you  hang up your hat.  H. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor  Enderby  said building, premises, lot or other  place; and if, from any cause whatsoever such rate when in arrear shall  not be so recovered, the same shall  constitute a charge or lien on the  said building, premises, lot or other  place to which tbe said water was  supplied, in like manner as ordinary  municipal rates and taxes."  A MAGNIFICENT GIFT  The Summerland band does not  have to seek shelter under somebodys  wood shed. In. addition to having  comfortable., quarters., in which, to  practice, the town has donated the  sum of $350 to assist it this year.  The value of a Varnish Stain dc.  pends very largely upon the grade of  Varnish used in making it. Campbell's Varnish Stain is made from the  toughest gum floor Varnish. You can  finish your floor with this Stain and  pound it with a hammer without  causing the finish to chip or scratch.  A. Fulton sells it.  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  Live your life indifferent to the  scorn of others, or follow the others  and secure the scorn of yourself.  Take your choice.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltdf  Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies      .  CHANGE IN1 SCHOOL EXAMS.  An important change in the school  arrangements in British Columbia is  just announced from Victoria. It is  the substitution of.'annual for'semiannual exams, for admission to the  provincial high schools, the first examinations under the new rule being  Kill time and Time will kill you.      held the last three days of June.  Do you know that Bran is good  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  TAADE Ma*k������������������  DttlOH*  Copyrights Ac  ,���������������������������,.., .B���������������������������dln_ a iketeh anil deicrlptlon m������������������y  _g_H&&3____������������������__s  G__ad������������������, 13.75 a year, po.tago prepaid,   bold bj  all nevrtdealen. ..        u     I.  '"an" Offl"e. 626 F BU W������������������.UIi_ton.. . C  No   man   has   done   more   for the  Okanagan in general,   and Vernon in  particular than  thc Hon.  Price Ellison.   It is not   often that a district  is so favored by having a man of his  type to represent   it   at   the seat of  government.    What   he    has   accomplished for the Valley as its representative would be difficult to estimate  in dollars   and   cents.     He has done  great things   even    in this direction,  but he has.done more in the prestige  ihe has   given   the   district,  and the  jgood willhe has won for it.   This in  his official   capacity.    As   a private  citizen he. has    done equally as well.  His   record in    the   years   that   are  past   will   ever   stand   unchallenged,  for it has ever   been free from graft,  grand and petty; and unselfish in th������������������  extreme.       To the newspaper he has  established at    Vernon as a District  paper,   the   press   of   the   Okanagan  freely doffs its   hat.   Such confidence  in the future   of   the district as has  characterized   the   building up of the  Vernon News is worthy of emulation.  There never   has   been a public need  -that is, GOOD bran?    I have it in stock.  Let me prove what I say.  We can  still ^c^yj  the Goods;������������������������������������ .g  Some prime  stall-fed beef on,  cut at the present time  Our Sausage it still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  We handle the Alberta Seal Flour.  WALTER     ROBINS ON  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good RigB;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Horseman's ^  Supplies  You furnish the horse flesh and I  will do the rest. In addition to my  buggies, cutters and sleighs, my  blacksmith shop and wagon works, I  have placed in stock a complete outfit of single and double harness, lap0  robes, blankets, brushes, curry combs  and horsemen's supplies. Everything  new, and the best. Call and inspect.  I believe I can save money for you.  Wm.H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  FT. TURNER  Plumbing and Steam Fitting  AU kinds of Tin and Zinc Artic_������������������ R _>a red  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C. !  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  Contractors & Builders  Bat imates FurnUhed and Work Guarantetd  %  v_ ��������������������������� '  .i'   '  m  ������������������������������������������������������:.!-  .  "trt I.  Thursday, April 7, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS-AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  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, 0. C. II. O.  President, Hon.  SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND. K. C. UO.    ���������������������������, .  Vice-President and General Manager,   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTOM. Mast.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadheedl* St. E.C.  A General Banking Business. Tran .acted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Sft&^*������������������ftjp  Branches In Okanagan District: Enderby, Arm strong, Vernon, K downs m. Jmm_it.miI  G. A. HENDERSON. E.g., Manager. Vernon . A. E. TAVLOU, Ma������������������M   . __ d������������������_y  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming yilliage with city airs. ���������������������������  When Paddy .Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns ^ne 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 f6r tourists."  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.) -    .,   v "���������������������������  FAVORS UNIRRIGATBD LAND  King Edward Hotel, ������������������Jg  MURPHY  Proprietor  ���������������������������   .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  + ���������������������������-������������������-������������������  Enderby  |bta^ Ranch |  White Holland Turkeys  "''"���������������������������' Toulouse Geese  ./-> White and Partridge Wyandottes.  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  <���������������������������   My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific.Coast. >  N. B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns and White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices on application.'  ,-  MRS. WADDELL, Prop.  'Enderby, B. C. ^  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies   ,  A Life Insurance policy in the Royal Insurance Co.  ef Liverpool. Eng,, is a valuable asset ��������������������������� A plain;'  straightforward contract,, leaving no room for  doubt aa to its value.  The Liverpool & London _ Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. ef London. "  British America Assurance Co,  Royal Insurance Goof Liverpool (Life dept)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee A  Accident Co., of Quads.  BELL BLOCK. KNDERBY  "I recently had the pleasure of an  interview with a well-known interior  horticulturist," says a writer in the  Farmers' Advocate and Home Journal, "but who for various reasons  does not wish his name revealed. He  had just returned from a trip through  the Okanagan Valley, then down to  Kamloops, Ashcroft* and as far as  Nicola.  " 'Having had an opportunity to  study the situation pretty closely  what one thing ' most'impresses you  with regard to the fruit industry?"  was asked.  " 'The great - increase in the orchard acreage. Everywhere large areas  of land are being prepared for spring  planting, and nurserymen .report being sold out of all leading varieties.  In the district around Kamloops  Wealthies are particularly popular,  and one nursery has been sold out of  this variety for several months. One  company placed an order for 5,000  trees .of this variety. This company  has' ordered over 20,000 trees for  spring planting. .The land is being  subdivided and sold ready planted  instead of in the rough, but this is  only one instance of the development  that is going on. Everywhere the  orchard acreage is increasing by  leaps and bounds."  ^ 'Taking' the. whole country, both  the Kootenay ��������������������������� and the Okanagan,  what do you find is the' most popular  variety of apple to plant?"  I '" 'The Jonathan,- emphatically. It  suits the climatejftcomes into bearing  earlier than the Northern ��������������������������� Spy, and  brings a good price. " The Northern  Spy is .well thought of, but as it  is somewhat longer in coming into  bearing, the preference is given to the  Jonathan."  " 'What about fillers? What proportion of the- orchardists are planting fillers?" ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-''-  " 'In the" Okanagan they are being  planted in almost every cease. All  the large companies use them. - They  do not appear to' be so'much in favor  in the Kootenay) - but the tendency  seems to be for more and more of the  growers to use them/ ' I believe that  in time almost" every" man who plants  an orchard will plant fillers." ''  N>  The  '.  Q  _  Shoe For Men  Ask Your  " 'What varieties are mostly used  for fillers?."   . '      ���������������������������_ . 1/ "...  " 'Wealthies and "Wageners. They  come into, bearing early and will- bear  heavily for several ��������������������������� years. When  planted with Northern Spy or Jonathan they can be cut out at the end  of ten or twelve years, or about the'  time that the Spy or the Jonathan  are beginning to bear quite heavily,  and the size of the trees make it  necessary that' the fillers be cut  down."  " 'Outside of the varieties you have  mentioned what varieties do you find  to be most popular?"  " 'Rome Beauty, Gravenstein,Cox's,  Orange Pipping Yellow Newton Pippin, Mcintosh Red and Grimes' Golden. There are other good varieties,  but these have been found to be better .than others. The growers are  concentrating on the varieties best  suited to their ��������������������������� particular-locality.  One thing I find that rather surprised me is that some of the big  dealers on the prairies are complaining that they cannot get enough early apples such as Yellow Transparent  Duchess of Oldenburg and Red Astra-  chan. - Growers generally have been  planting very few of these,-because  they will keep such a short time;  but it may be - that more attention  will have to be. paid to those early  varieties if the market is to be supplied at the beginning of the season"  - " 'What about irrigated and unirri-  gated land? Having seen orchards on  both kinds of land which do you consider the most favorable to the  growth of good sound fruit?"  "That is a hard question.      Where  the rainfall   is   sufficient   the unirri-  gated land is preferable..  But where  there is the least doubt about there  being   sufficient   rainfall the grower  will do well   to   try   to -arrange or  provide for irrigation.    But the land  has to be watered carefully. - Just as  much harm   results   from. too much  water as'too little -I-find that it is  generally   conceded '��������������������������� that  it ' takes  about as much time'to look'after one  acre of irrigated "land   as two acres  of unirrigated.    Besides, the rainfall  wets the whole ' tree,   while flooding  only- wets   the   roots.    The dust as  well -is very   annoying. '   There is a  great deal to be said on both sides,'  but I am inclined to favor the. unirrigated land."  '" 'What do you consider the industry in the province most needs?"  " 'Men of means, industry and experience.   I   find   that    there   are   a  great many   people "engaged in fruit  growing who know- nothing, about'it.  A. number of^ them have failed, while  others   will   be   failures, and .1 find j  that these who fail blame everything  but themselves.   Fruit ��������������������������� growing is a  profession by itself, and to succeed a  man    must   make   a   careful   study  along that particular line."  ���������������������������' " 'Then you   would say that amateurs do not succeed?"  ��������������������������� " 'It depends on the man.   Some of  the   most   successful    fruit   growers  knew nothing   about   it a few years  ago.   By making   it a careful study,  $4.50  Nails, $3.75  wire  per  hundred  per  Keg  .VE SELL  GARDEN RAKES  GARDEN HOES.  ..  GARDEN CULTIVATORS  GARDEN SPADES .-������������������������������������������������������'  GARDEN FORKS  Planet Junior Cultivators  "$6.75. to $17.00  Screen Doors  Screen WindpWs  \ .Poultry. Netting ���������������������������._.  Ideal Wire Gate's and Fences  ������������������  Sharpie's Tubular -  Cream Separators, $40 to ,$80  <���������������������������* . ��������������������������� ' .'  All the^ latest in Bicycles and .  :'. Supplies: .  ... -���������������������������." ^ ...  Paroid Roofing  $3; 75 per Hundred Square feet  Red Rope Roof ing  $2.25 per. Hundred Square Feet.  PE^DRAY'S FRUIT. TREE  .,..;,.., SPRAY  ^1.00 per gal.'in 1 gal. tins ,/  Alabastine���������������������������all colors......  Paints, Oils and Varnishes -.. .  _Our stock is complete arid the \v  !'.; i; ^Prices' are right    '��������������������������� -, ''  Hardware, Tin & Plumbing  Establishment.    Enderby  CITY. OP ENDERBY  Assessment, Year 1910  Court of Revision  Dealer.  my  V///W/1  "THE  TRAVELLER"  shoe is a gentleman's shoe made for gentlemen.   It reflects style and good  taste.   It gives service and satisfaction, and every shoe.is made"from  choicest stock in perfect finish. t...       . . . ���������������������������',  You can buy "The Traveller" in fancy patent bluchers���������������������������light weight,  dressy shoes,  elegant and correct in every way, or you may purchase a  heavier box calf leather with visco li zed. soles���������������������������a waterproof boot for the  ... .  rainy days of fall.   Many styles���������������������������many shapes���������������������������but big value in vall.  and by being willing to be shown by  older and more experienced growers,  they learn very quickly. It not infrequently happens that they make  much better progress than former  fruit growers . in other countries  where the conditions are much different to those that prevail in British  Columbia."  - "'What size of tree do you find to  be the most sought after for planting."  " 'A one-year-old tree from three to  four feet high seems to be most in  demand. It is a straight whip���������������������������not  branched like a two-year old, and as  it grows the grower can trim and  prune it to suit himself. I find that  the most of the growers are of the  opinion that no time is lost by planting a tree of this size, as it invariably makes a good growth from the  start. The largest commercial orchard operators are ��������������������������� planting tree of  this size."  Scratch Pads  We have a number of Scrap  Paper Scratch Pads. Various  sizes; just the thing for desk  memos and  scratch work.  ..   While they last.  10c a lb. pack  NOTICE is   hereby   given that the.,  first sitting of the   Annual'Court of "  Revision of   the   Municipality of. the.  City of   Enderby   for   the year 1910  will be held at. the. City Hall.on Saturday, the 23rd day of April, at 7:30  p. m.,_for. the purpose'of hearing and .  detcrmining^complaints^agaihst^the-���������������������������'    ~  assessment as made by the Assessor,  and revising  and  correcting, the assessment roll.  Any person complaining of. an error  or omission,or as" having been undercharged or over-charged in the asess-  ment roll, may come before the court  either (1) personally, (2) by means of  a written communication,  (3) by an  attorney pr (4) by any other person  authorized by.him in'writing to appear -  ���������������������������  in his behalf; and the cbu.rt._ay7in"the"_"''"~������������������~  exercise of their discretion,, either cor-' ' ���������������������������>  rect-or. confirm   the assessment; .but   -  no complaint   can"   be ,' heard unless   .  WRITTEN' NOTICE of. the 'ground" of <' ��������������������������� .  such complaint shall have been given.   ,  to the 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, . and House Plants in  Variety.' .    .  ,  Have you read the ads of our home  merchants T .. '.C3 ���������������������������  t,   _i_.ii��������������������������� I-     ������������������������������������������������������_,_.������������������ _,...i. ������������������������������������������������������      .,!_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-..m.   _���������������������������_������������������������������������������������������      ���������������������������    -   .. ��������������������������� -  GERMAS TROOPS AT WAR f!^dR^; 1h?������������������;^l S,^_:up[COURTSHIP IN. PORTUGAL  GI,. AT     SHAM     BATTLH   BE-  I'iV^EEt KAISKPv'S AilMXl'lS.  E.ber. Blatclifonl's Impression ..!  Ui<>'fiiauaeim'es���������������������������Tlxh:u!_te.l  Armies.  The-following    letter from _ Merer cntkei'm. Germany, ltobcvl. ^bitch-  ford for Iho London ))ai!y Mail is  < _ v. necial interest to   us    at this  time'of  war  scares nnd  USx of a  Gorman  porii.     Tho manoeuvring  o-.-jafi.OOO  tvoops and  the  maimer  h which  tliey arc handled uud tlio  v:.Y  thoy stand up and  takcv their  _! .dioino  in  good    hard  work,-ail-  : slioukl I. fcures'fc us.   Wc -will lot Mr.  'Blatchford-Loll, his own stojy.      ..  HAVE  GHIT.  ��������������������������� '   rJ he mi.    was   low oa the hills  '.'.'Vh'pn  the great battle b'ogim". this  nowing.   and  for  somehou rs  the  - ruu . bad little chance.    JHit, alter  ���������������������������his ill."da.-tho last of the great  ;? ������������������������������������������������������,>_ purial manoeuvres-wore hue and  -ih. guas wore busy.     ,     r ..._.../���������������������������./.  W .. wonb first  fco��������������������������� Taubcrbiwhoi-  iheim,   now in    possession    of tho  Rods (the    defending    forccVand  thence Way to make a tour of the  _boie front.   On our way we passed  -the long-expected    Red    divisions,  mst   arrived after    days of  heavy  owchiug.   All .tho way from Mainz  bik! Hanuu  these    poor    lads-..liaU  tramped aod-iitfcle wonder "they  r wove: badly: "baked."      Rogmient  'v'_.f .er regiment wo passed,  ana au  ::nv .ro    mud-stamed      and      wcary..  ���������������������������: Many of them couid hardly    drag;  5 their tlrccl   i'cefc   along.,-   Most ot  ^fclibni -limped.  7 Their    faces were  -drawn  and thin.   They had^nngs  vft3.ou:1da.heir heavy eyes, i out ucy  ha. '���������������������������:������������������������������������������������������'. iiMt their   teeth and  plodder  7   on.irikaow.l   I have: done it,.;.  "'   Tliey -were ^ good-humored .-., too.  ; The Gorinim soldier isalwiiys good-  ^aunioi-cd.i And they did^heirbeBfe  --to: init afgood facc^ona hard case.  ^Dogscdry:;thcy;:tnimpcd-along im-  SdertheirTiefiA'^burdens.: ;;; ,  ^c.^ro v^^  ^Ku^ofScavalr^  j-tclien .;:��������������������������� :iiurrying messe n gers aud  TBE LIGHT OF -BATTLE.  With the light of battle in their  faces and all their weariness ^forgotten, the infantry of tho Hods  went forward. They went too far  perhaps, or   the   Blues   stood too  .���������������������������__i.roivhWF, op Tin. maii-  1I3ED1 WOMAN,    ..  Ions,   and  we had  mon  iinng  at  each other hardly fifty yard;, away.  It was hardly war, but it was magnificent.  And then a. trumpet blew, and  lhe manoeuvres wero over. Now  as I"nit at my window I find it hard  to write, for tho troops'-.arc going  home. For'hours they ..havo been  passing here, and as thoy march  they sing. They have such, deep,  sonorous voices, and they know  how to use them.  V    THIS WAS  SINGING.  Just now a regiment of Prussians is passing. Thc first hal('-company sing a line, the second another, and so the song goes from  front to. rear; but when the chorus  comes the windows .attic and one  feeds one's blood ruii quickly;  They a re fine fellows, these, and  after all their tremendous exertions  are marching:: excellently, with -a  line snap and' a lusty swing. ;  ;;,   a EitfE iiEooim,  It has been a-great time. Wo  have had 1.5,000men engaged and  a battlefield as big as the county  of Sussex. What it 'means to handle  such a force I will try to explain  later.   7-      -       .. -  We have had l_5,000 men here. I  have not seen a dnmlccn soldier.  I have not seen or -.-hoard of a case;  of misconduct. There have been  no accidents, there, has been hardly any sickness. The town hasbecn  as .putt by day and night as though  nothingunusual were going bu.  ;-,-:PEOPLP   ALL P.IGHT. ;/;.;:;  ^heseIaeis;snoak vqhimes for the  discipline of the"German army ; but  they also prove the inteliigonce  and the inhale go.(.lues.-of the;German peoplo.7    ;V    ,7 '".- '.'���������������������������'."-..  iirevily on a '^iiioslonc-^Wivcs'an.  ;;/7|_|^  . ^Amohg:i7tho'::"x.l,sodr^pitaphs;;;co.l-  i . .cnens,!11111 .J11������������������ -^������������������y'r":"<. ^ :���������������������������: ���������������������������    . 1 .lecfced^lby ;v;Erncst V,Jt:; ;;Surfliiig;:ih  ; aides-de-camp, duuibeiingtr^  -country   carts;': lo^  deryiwitnMe^^ ���������������������������- -----     v __ _���������������������������-;,_-i_.._ w..__,.^  tor-bicycles,-snorting^motorroai's;  ; a nd:: through the crush ; _nd; seram-  iblo'hthd.l.Lstubborn-.-v'Bad^  7camc-plodding on, ;  ���������������������������      7 L   :r       ���������������������������  :   i_ow many ol them wosaw^ canr  m:W4^'^^^^^^^'x^  throughVOwo; divisions on the  liecl  j'ight and elbowed our way by battery .iTter Battery of field guns and  ...heavy,: ho wi tze rs; and squad voir after  squadron of Uhlansand   dra-  :g(>ons.^;Ancl onco,.:at--.a.::--.qaint old  b ridge.  uar row   . nd 'roach-backed;  wognt into a pretty mix and nearly came to grief; "A medley of ox  :wnins,-:: field kitehens, and baggage  : carts wore all jammed together in  the .iiiglers of the road.   The Baden  J tigers were crossing the bridge by  valking on   the parapets,   and the  ^������������������__iUj^^__.v>u^r_i_,(;runinij over tlie ccn-  ���������������������������'tre of'.Ui*.     bridge    and squeezing"  pant our car on  thc riglit.    There  v.a.s net room.   We couid move nei-  the:stage;wai. said; to: be;t.^sufferer  from; melancholia, says -the ., West-  ininster Gazette:: It;wiil be rerhem-  bcred that going -.to".;a physician on  one occasion ;ho described his case  when the worthy doctor b'r'iikly- told  ]him:to''shake;off;the:feeling.; Go  and:sec Grimaldi, and if ho;does  no'; cure you your case is indeed  liO])eless." KAlas,": said the poor  sufferer, "I am; Grimaldi.'. His  epitaph reads "Here Am I." ; '  ::A ;pri .c 'of jElOOis said to have  been 0ffercd by ������������������one ' Tho'rpej��������������������������� i who  was desirous of being perpetuated  but" briefly on his tombstone.;���������������������������'; One  eomi^ctitor ; sent inX ''Hero; Lies  Throije's; Corpse," This % was certainly brief enough," but ���������������������������finally, it  v/as cut'to. "Thrope's Corpse."  Many of our readers know    the  , I^u#!__===^.n_jau^^  titer forward nos  back.  n: was Aswnr.  The  n-������������������������������������������������������so  "'  ������������������    P'"^*1    h'^'iUer  bw'iwv/ nmnd and (���������������������������.���������������������������uiiM'h'd l|i' our  lited--guai'd. : The baron spoke  .,...-. 'i'h"   'u^jii'-i'v   I'ili;. r. snui-  ^___.____^___,.��������������������������� ,T_,_[iml_..] nt|_.  ,t;.ai:i's iau.hod.   v.a for nie.  L was  i-ijms::d.     J   exp .'.i.C.    ovcry  tore  ;;jvj_;  in .iv apOiOgi/c  ���������������������������Ji'!. ���������������������������'  iitinuie  in iind -my .sell iu the Htream.  When tir> bdd_o. wu;. el car we-  ran ;.long Hirotigli rough and i"ll.V  n>ade< aruj down and up strop hills  ii!l we. reaehi-d lhe T.lue right,  a -merry battle was iu progr���������������������������:_���������������������������;,  nnd ihe oppojients; were ]Kitting at  each oilier from shelter trenches  . nd ;!' . ynvd.\ apart.  .Mul wc could not stop here, 1_iek  wc went. i\.f the lied right, where  ���������������������������.ve knew the crii._ must be, of  eourM', the Heds, having got up all  their foreos, would try to turn  the r.'.ue left. And so it was, and  we arrived-in tlie nick of lime.  ���������������������������you,owing 'wioors.  The He.-] division were formed up  for ihe. aiiaek.   They had laid. Iheir  neat  tu storm  Oflen as    Devoid   of.Inicrc.t   as  Thoso of th _ Women in Uso  :",.��������������������������� I'iu- East.  Marriage, as in the lives of many,  is certainly the" most important  event in that of the Portuguese  woman, and what is more, iu the  early days of courtship it is attended with somo romance, for there is  less of business and inore oi: romance in the ways of the Portuguese lover. This is how tlie Portuguese cavalier conducts his affaires do cocur . If ho sees a pretty girl in the",street with whom ho  would like to become acquainted,  iie follows he r. lie follows her in  the face;01 aU;diflicultios��������������������������� chaperons and duennas���������������������������right up to her  very; door, and..he notes:. ;the ad^;  dress, says the London .Daily-.Mai}..  Next day he comes again, and if  thoVyoiing lady .approves of hnfi  she:-will: most certaiuly'-be;on tl������������������q:  lookout, but sometimes hard fate,  a ... ang'ry guardian or a storn; parent, prevents her, '.and then the  gallant youth is kept waiting.  So ifcluring .;<% ramble .through  Portugal you should notice a young  man loiteriiig at the corner of the  street or gazing intently at a house  you niust not imagine that he is  meditating a burglary or anything  so desperate,7 butdenow .that;ho is  merely a- harmless and amorous  youth gazing at 'the windows of his  dady .love.-; ..'��������������������������� ';:.:;;^. ...v.;,.: ;;.���������������������������.���������������������������;:,;, '-.;;  Be sura if there isa way she; will-  not; keep him waiting; long; for the;  -P. i-tuguose girl is a past master.in  ; i- THE AJIT OE IKTJUGGE.  Soon;:she leans over tho balcony  and^smiles;at him, and the happy  yo_th,;thus eucoui-aged, ties a note,  "in which7 he declares his undying  passion, to tlie cord whieh thc fair  lady has dropped from the balcony.  The^nekl/v'day the young man.  huoyed;_;with hope, conies again,  ;_'ut"fhis. time he is bolder, for he  ringsat :tha door.  ;;yiflthe;;inqiiiries which the lady's  parents^ill doubtless have made  prove;;jsatisfaefcory. he is admilied  to ;mako4he acquaintance of thc  young"51ady and   her    family ;. and  in her nature to become a  really  good hausfr _u.  Books are often sealed for her.  Less than an onlooker at life, tho  world's happenings can hardly bo  supposed to absorb her interest. Of  society, save for the visits of a few  relatives, she lias none.  Thoro are two .things which save  her life from deadly monotony, her  religion and the balcony In almost  every house in Portugal thoro is  one room which is set apart as a  chapel, nnd here, before the altar,  tlie Portuguese woman daily spends  several hours in prayer and meditation.  ;r .'.--.':'...  About the balcony a whole book  might be. written. To lean over it  the women arrange their hair and  dress themselves just as elaborately as though to p-ay a visit. Hours  a day .they, waste iii this manner,  until finally their shoulders.become  bowed with much leaning. 7 Dull,  indeed, would be tho life of the  Portuguese woman but for the balcony.  ��������������������������� _.���������������������������- ��������������������������� -"���������������������������-  FROM ERIN'S CREEK ISLE  THE JAPANESE AT HOME  NEW S   UY    SlAir,   FHO SI  laxs)^ suoniis.  llllv  llappciiings in (lie F.iuernlil Isle of  Itileresi (0 Irish-  ;'���������������������������'���������������������������-'���������������������������;:."-"n������������������cu.  At Clonaslee; .520;/was received  for four four-year-old bullocks.  7 Mrs. Morris, wife of:a. laborer of  Crunilui, Dublin, recently gave  birth to triplets; (three sons).  :;Augrane Castle and 300 acres of  .demesne land;near;Jlallygar, Gal-  way, have been sold to the Agricultural _oard.  William Kelly, aged -h"> years, was  killed at Strauoomim. County Antrim, by a cart passing over /iim  after a fall from tho top of a load  o.f feeding stuffs.  Messrs. Koss and Walpolc, 'Dublin, are at present constructing a  large number of buoys of very large  weight and size for the Mauritius  Government.  Pirr Urban Council has applied  to tlie Local Government for a loan  of .i'2i.,p0p to carry out a scheme  for thc erection of houses tor the  workers.  i    The Great Northern Kailrond of  1 Ireland has issued a notice thatem-  thch;"shouid   .he    please and the,  ladv;s;fatiier be prepared to givojP'oyos reaching tne age of s t>-  the" necessary dot, wedding bells |������������������'o yours must ro .gt, le. ;; -  will end this little romance. | ^���������������������������-    *������������������ V^ions wdi be g.ant-  Ghce 'married, the death knell ot J u������������������ -,        '        '"     '   , nt^{'  romance and ail else is often sound-1 '1;'��������������������������� *rs ior ������������������.nBB brooms, sliovels,  ed: iorHhe^Portuguese bride. Mar- | ���������������������������d 01 her urbtdes vcrc rcccuilj  &6fLon:-wh_n-'vdfc.a.diild,'^  W cares- of wifehood;and another-1 becausethe; samples ,en, ui did no,  hood;thrusfc upon hor.  7 For, unlikehei;sisters of Eranee,  marriage does not spell her emancipation, her f r eedom; f r o n iti i e clia).)-  cron"." ;TI 1 e bride of: to-day;has n0  more freedom^ than the maiden 7of  yesterday ;-without husband or eha-:  pc-i'pri: she .maynqt. ������������������va.lk abroad. A  jealous husband will:oftnn kee}) her  as closely guarded as : though she  had taken the veil.  I The lives,'therefore, of the Por-  U-ugues___y_mon arc often as barren  l.night story. They were diniugto-  g.thcr on ono occasion when-the-  conversation turned upon epitaphs.  Knight half iu jest suggested 'that  Jerrold should write his (Knight's)  epitaph. The subject dropped at  the time, but walking home together in the evening '..they came to  a spot where each had to take a  sejia)ite-road.-llJerrold,^cxtendiiig  his hand to his friend, remarked :  '���������������������������I've thought of a capital epitaph  for you." "What is it';" said his  friend much interested. "Oh, very  brief- and very simple, 'Good  Night!'"  There are many curious epitaphs  on wives. .Hero's one from Ulver-  ston, Lancashire:  Here lies my wife,  Here lies alio,  Hallelujah!  H_!l.l_jr:cl  An inscription placed over the  grave of a missionary who wa.s ac-  cidenUilly shot in India read thus:  bear.t;hc :Irish,Trade: M_rk.  : George, Tapper. Bonnuihon, w;i?  found guilty:of: the;;inui-der of Ids  yening soaat Cork Assi/os. He was  founchtOibejinsanc^and ordered lo  be detained:in: an asylum.  __'D_yid;;J^ lo  five-zyears' ;;iniprisonment on a  charge of faisfying accounts in the  l.������������������tos 1 >epartment of;,the Pelfast  corporation,  the sum involved be-  inj;.'.29,085:.V'-'.;.;  Thomas Tobmey, a farm laborer  A KUJ.GET Oi1    GOOD THINGS  ajsout Tumi*  _lo.v 3J.oo!ns arc Chiiiiged���������������������������llcliring  i'or Mm  Kiglit ������������������������������������������������������ Dinner  KiJl-of-__rc.  If a Jap invites you to his house,  you would probably bo shown into  the dining-room; but, if you were  to call again next morning, you  would bo surprised to find tlui.  that room had disappeared, and its .  place was occupied by perhaps the  best bed-room or a general sitting-  room. For. as Sir Henry Norman  puts it in "The Ileal Japan," "when  you wish to make, a new room you.,  simply 'form square' by sliding  enough panels in their grooves to  enclose the space; or, at your pleasure, all the rooms ean bc thrown  into one."  Tn Japanese houses chairs and  tables are quite unknown, and when,  you are tired you throw yourself  on the floor, which is kept scrupulously clean, so that there is no  danger of spoiling your white linen suit. The Japanese posture of  repose is to seat oneself on one's  heels, and this is very painful a.  first.  CHARM CF CHOPSTICKS.  When you wish to retire for tho  night, you do not get up and go to  your bed-room; you merely remain  where you are', and slide the wall  round the spot you have chosen for  your slumbers. The most comfortable way is to have a "futon," or  thick quilt, and roll yourself in a  rug or blanket upon it.  On��������������������������� .being invited to dine at the  house of ������������������. Japanese gentleman, ho  will greet you with:  "How ean you condescend to  come to such a poor house as this?''  Aud your reply should be :  "How can you, indeed, be so kind  as to receive such an unimportant  person as myself under your dis-  tin .uished roof."  riicse' speeches arc punctuated  ow bows, and the sound- o!  breath sucked rapidly between th*  teeth whieh expresses the great  hoiior'your host feels ;it your condescension . in visiting his humbi������������������  abode.  Dinner begins with a kind ,of a  soup and fish, in ;i lacquer bowl.  You drink tho soup, und eat tli.  fish wilh- your chopsticks. According-to Sir Henry, it is quite easy fo  acquire the art of eating with chopsticks. The next- course consists 0/,  four or five littlo heaps of fund On  a- lacquer dish-���������������������������a puree of ch'est,-  nuts, a salmi of some .sm;>ii bird or  witn  wildfowl,  a   few    boiled   lily-roots,  and a mess of sleivrd seaweed. Then  follows sake, a kind of _ wine, resembling dry sherry, which is always served warm. It is. drunk  from tiny cups, eaeli Imldiiu. 11  (.ub!es..i..tiiifiii. Vour i.iass is continually kept full by the ?ervants,  vid.o squat in a ring round thu  diners.  o.iniiDir.^ci-;:  Next- comes a  course whicli most  ktmpsacks and grout coats in  row-;,  the li  nnd  were  ..���������������������������i.'ht'.  advancing  w :i.  ;.   line   sight.    The  tired  hied   but  gallant infan-  tiside  like- ants.  ami   ������������������������������������������������������::;  try v.eu 1. up tin  And .u.:b a hill; steeper than  Hill in Surrey. \i[i they went,  while ihe great !.7 howitzers bang-  e ( away. 80 we ran our car full  tilt along u rough and narrow  roiid. v/hoi'o our eioud'feur performed worriers and    haviu.     <-*���������������������������-'  '" a  Leith  rr<  re iie  a the Itev. A J!  Por many years missionary m jj���������������������������  district.  He was accidentally shot by his native  servant.  "Well done, thou good and faithful  servant."  Ac Chelm-it. rd. Kssc., on a stone  (o tlio memory of "Mary I.e. itt  0. the Swan'.' it is stated that she  "was the wife o_ nine husbands  successive!v, but the ninth outlived  her." It'is added, "The Text to  Her Funeral Sermon was: 'Last of  all, the Woman died also.'"  a nd devoid oi: interest as those dV  the women in the Par East. Certainly among the rising generation  there is  A CROWING UNREST,  a yearning for culture, n vague idea  that the .e_i. a world somewhere  beyond Portugal, but the lives of  mauy_are;:often .just as ^hedged in  as their own back gnrdensT r~:~~"~  In fact to many their house and  family,    their    kinlar    or    orange  grove, represent their -whole world 1  ��������������������������� the only world they know.       !t|  is no unusual thing t(   find a  Por-!  tuguose wouum who has been willingly     incarcerated    for    several  years.    One lady of my acquaint-/  ance told mo .she had not been beyond the garden   for four years.  "And you aro not bored'!" I. exclaimed in astonishment. "You do  not want to go out'!"  "If. I should go out," she replied  in her pretty broken Kiiglish, "I  rest not till lam returned ; for who  knows what may happen in my absence.  "Go out," she continued with a  shrug of hor plump shoulders, "I'or  what for should I go out'! Hero I  have my children, my husband, my  home, what more cau I want'! '  What indeed?  To tho onlooker the. life of. the  average Portuguese woman is dull,  deadly dull. - She , cannot throw  herself into housekeeping as a German would because thc Portuguese  menage is such  A VIllllY SIMPr,T. AU"1'\\1'U  it could, not possibly occupy   much  time or thought.   Moreover it i-i uot  .. J._K'i!UU>   -<-' ruins.,) ,    '<���������������������������   ...���������������������������.���������������������������-.���������������������������   * .    . ii'. .->���������������������������   >i".n-   ���������������������������������������������    -   tlf_tH7i^pper-n;r^^^  pital from injuries received at Lint-   tance.    It   consists of   some   pink-  erick Junction Avhcn he w.is knocked down  by a runaway horse.  'Under.: the Da!key:; Provisional  Order, the Urban CouneiI reeenUy  obtained a loan of ;_.,200 to clear  the unhealthy area known, us  Green mount, -on which thirty-six  artisans' dwellings have been crcct-  ,:W].^______T_.;.__;^___^  While breaking up an old hulk re*  eoiitly purchased,., by:' Mr. James  Grant,' "which'lay in Galway docks  for a considerable time, a bag containing about iy.'A in Preneh coins  was diseovered concealed behind  the boards.of lhe captain's cabin.  O.NLy'o.IS'CI'V  Thoro arc two kinds of people in  the wo rid���������������������������-those who look, ou the  bright side of things and those who  do not. 'Kucli sort is sure .to extract his or hcr own moral from  everything.  Two old ladies, both of whom  were well eared for, were once conversing about their affairs. One  wa.s a jolly old lady, tho other was  of a sour disposition.  "Well, well," said the jolly one,  "it's pleasant to bc old. We get  tho host of every thing���������������������������the easiest  chairs, the best places, the tonder-  est morsels-���������������������������"  "Yes, yes," sighed the other,  forced to admit that her life was an  c?tsy.one, "that's all vevy truo, but  what's the use? We can't be old  but once."  People who talk the most generally attract Iho least aUoution. .  miniiti  raw  fliiin  cake-'  if  .1!  and-white. morsels, with liny portions of different salads, on a  ire _v id iron. The.v are  'isli, whieh look much belter  thev taste. Pin. liy. c-onie  and lea. At an earlv .lag.  : meal pipes :nv bviiiipi. in,  nnd ymi smoke dolminnsl'.-xmeliina  .!aiiiun'.-"e - lob:icco. ;i'!ac,)i pip.h,.  only big enoii.h for two whiffs, so  "Iiillin,';' up" occupies a great pro-,  portion of your time. '  At lhe.e'0 nmals, live pi-rfcet good--'  humor and (.."un..rnderic of every-  bddy is truly dclighlful. The nm.il  is puneluated by endless jests, eon-.  Initial laughter, and mutual coined, ."lu. ������������������������������������������������������!��������������������������� dainty grace is only riv-.  pl'.m.nls ail round. Throughouh  the meal geishas, exquisitely garb-'  idled by their charm of uiaunrr,  entertain the guests with song ami  dance.  Woman's  "paramount duty"   im-  Japan is obedience���������������������������if a daughter,;  to lier father;    if a   wife, to ho-'  husband; if a. widow, to hor eldes.  son.    A Japanese girl accepts her  ���������������������������husband at the will of her parents.  At one time Japanese wives stained;  their teeth black on their wedding .  day,   and   shaved  their   eyebrows^  when the first baby was born. Marriage is .'.    purely   civil contract,  without  religious or official cere*  .moay.". Wives are addressed as "������������������.  honorable lady of the house," aodj  are accorded  every respect.���������������������������LouJ  don Answers..  -*-  That experience whieh  does noC  make, us better,  n������������������������������������,!"-   "  4<  a.  -S  tl  _ I*  ^  IT'S  THE TALK OF  THE COUNTRYSIDE  \\  HO .V   DODD'S    KIDNEY PILLS  CURED MRS. SAMUEL  THOMPSON'S  DROPSY.  Ifer's .Va. a Terrible Case aud <hc  Doctors were Powerless to Cheek  Jt, but the Great Kidney Remedy  Cured it.  Holt, Ont., Jan. 31 (Special).���������������������������  Ali the country side about here is  talking of the wondorful cure of  Mrs. Samuel Thompson of this  jdacc. 6ho was taken sick with  Jaundi o.,';*and though thc doctor  was called in she grew steadily  worse. Her stomach was so bad  nhe could not keep anything:'on ifc.  Dropsy set in and she bloated to  a terrible size. The doctor came  three tiices to tap her, but her hus-  bund would not allow him to do it,  saying that if she could riot get  better they might let hcr die in  peace. Finally slie dropped the  doctors and tried other medicines,  but they did her' no good. Her leg  burst and the water streamed from'  ifc. Then someone fcold her aboufc  ]jodd\_ Kidney Pills and so she  itsked her husband to get hcr a  box.  After taking tbem a while she  took a bad turn. Something wouid  come in her throat, and she would  vomit. ��������������������������� The water would just fly  ' from her mouth. Rut from that  time _he commenced to get.better,  and to-day she is a well woman.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured her.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure Dropsy  by putting the Kidneys in condition  to lake the surplus water out of tho  blood.   They always cure it.   *   "WHO'LL BUY HY LAVENDER?"  When lavender pillows arc put in-  a sunny apartment fchey are charming, and the more they aro shaken,  np the more fragrant they become.  -Jjavcndar was called by the Romans lavandula. - At cut ting-time  people travel from,' long distances  to inhale the fragrance of the  fields. ' In -the eighteenth century,  lavender-water was the principal  perfume, of :tbc-ladies of that period.' Then the fashion changed.  Chemically-prcpavcd perfumes imported from the Continent become  th. mode, and "sweet" .lavender-  water, became almost unknown, except in country cottages.-. A lady  who' still cultivated the plant and  manufactured tlie scout wrote to  Queen Victoria asking hcr Majesty  to use hcr great influence to restore .his old .Engli.h perfume to  popularity, and*she acquiesced.  Faultless in Preparation.���������������������������Unlike  any other stomach   regulator, Par-  ^mclco's Vegetable Pills are lhe re-  aulfc of long - study of ��������������������������� vegetable  compounds calculated lo stimulate  .the stomachic functions and maintain them afc the normal condition.  Years of  use    havc    proved  their  ^faniiticK's^ehfiractev^and^cstablished"  their excellent reputation. And  ihis reputation they have maintained for .years and will continue to  main ta iii. tor these lulls- must always stand at tho'hend of the list  of 'ttnudard  preparations.  A man's conscience seldom troubles  hirn  as much is the corn  on  "his little toe.  USCOittSlOS WAFfS.  Advertisements Whieh Appeared in  English Papers.  Curiously worded advertisements,  wliich are funny without the author's intent, are to bo found in al-  m so any number,of any newspaper.  The following announcements were  printed in all good faith in thc advertising columns of various 3_ng-  lisli newspapers, and, as a whole,  they won a prize offered by a London periodical for the best collection of such hpcciinene of unconscious humor:  Annual s:\lc on now. Don't go  elsewhere to bc eheatod-rcorue in  here.  A lady wants to sell her piano,  as- the is going away, in a strong  ir.on frame.  Wantod���������������������������Experienced nurse for  bottled baby.  Furnished apartments. . suitable  for gentlemen with folding doors.  Two  sisters want washing.  - Wanted���������������������������A room by two gentlemen about    thirty    feet long and  twenty feet broad.  Lest���������������������������A collie dog by a. m_n on  Saturday answering to Jim with a  brass collar ronad his neck and a  muzzle. :  Wanted, by a respectable girl, her  passage to >]ew York; willing to  take care of children and a good  Eailor.  Respectable widow wants washing  on Tuesdays.  For Sale���������������������������A pianoforte, the property of a musician with- carved  legs. ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Mr. Brown, furrier, begs to announce that hc will make up gowns,  capes, etc.. foi ladies out of their  own' skins.  A boy who can open-oysters with  reference.  "Bulldog for sale : will eat a ,y-  thing'j very fond of children.  Wanted���������������������������An organist and a boy  to blow thc same..  -.Wanted���������������������������A boy to bc partly outside and partly befcind the counter;  ���������������������������  ������������������ji_, -  A LITTLE COLD.  He caught a little cold���������������������������  1  ' That was all. _  So the neighbors  sadly paid.  As they gathered round- his-_cd,~  Whcn they heard that he'was dead.  Jifc caught a little cold���������������������������  That was all.'    (Puck.) _  Neglect of a.cough "or cold often-  leads to Borior.s trouble." To break  up a cold in twenty-four hours and  cure any cough that is curable."mix"  two ounces - of Glycerine, a half  ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine-compound pure and eight ounces of  pure Whisky; Take a tea spoonful  every four hours. You can buy  these at any good drug store and  easily mix them in a largo bottle.  Best for Children  . _I _tS_. ������������������.m T __ @8_.������������������%W  Gives instant relief when lillle throats  are irritated and sore. Contains  no opiates end is as pleasant to take  as il i& effective.  All Druffairts* 28 cent*.  ii]  forth* ��������������������������������������������� _ ft _(��������������������������� o-������������������-���������������������������<_ wort totk������������������  "���������������������������RITMH AtllRICAtf OYC.NC 8f.M  _ae_ fat ageal la taw tcv���������������������������, or _m_ 41m*.  ffirat*.o!,T������������������ropU>. Ottawa, Que .te,  Do you trap or luiv  Fur*? Intu .anaclu _  largest dealer, 1 pay  highest prices. Your  . l.ipnlenia ..elicited.  I pay moil and express charges; remit  promptly. Ai so largest denier in lice-hides,  Sheet .Kins, etc. Quotations and shipping tags  sent free. f}  JOHN  HALLAM. TORONTO  BOYS,   START   IN   BUSINESS.  Be' j__d.oen.._u . Bell our UOCKF.Y  VAI'E. Everybody buys at Bight.  Kocliey, laurof. e, _j_H_ball player/,  nntoinobil __a, bicyclists, ol ectriciat. .  _r>rt others uee it to wind handle .  pun.tin. _ ti__, leaky j._vd. n hot.e.  mending broken furuil.ure, factory belts,  tni.ul_.inij .ire' and thou.audn of other  uses. We make ifc in small roilfl, .6 to tho  poQixl, 10 tc et t. the roll, nicely wrapped in tin foil. They soil fast at 10cents  each. Will &e_d sample trial pouudpackage 'by re������������������..st.r*d ma.il. 75 cent . Writ.  ������������������_uiok and j������������������������������������. the airtrnw." for your town.  WALPOLE RUBBEn COMPANY, Limited,  -p������������������pt.   B,   Montreal.    .  -*-  A* Tiro 8|tr __��������������������������������������������� in dry j_r_v., no due.. j_n Inftrun-  anatl'iii in tM������������������ t)ircii_ nrow du .n Into the hrnjjH.  '_>o.-[ promjiily with _ oo iii a. wiiJi a .l.e, and  ��������������������������� lien J nn Ls_ m to ootifli use Allen'* Luna i__!s;in_.  A J J. TJINO UGH WITH HIM  Thc professional point of view is  rarely that of the humanitarian. A  passenger on a London omnibus  calls out. (o tlio conductor:  "'Ere. there! Whoa! There's  an old chap fallen off the bus!"  "All right!" responds thc conductor, cheerfully, "'"K's paid his  fare."  Go ahead when yon think you a_e  right, hut don't expect the crowd  lo follow you.  Impurities of the Blood Counteracted.���������������������������Impurities in the blood  come from defects in the action of  tlie liver. They are revealed hy  _.pi _ 1pi _e___a:id__iinsigh_Uy_J_l_ot_cho_s_. n_  the skin. They must be treated inwardly, and i'or this purpose thero  is no more effective compound to  be used than rarmelcc's Vegetable  rills. Tkey act directly on the aver  and by setting up healthy processes  have a beneficial effect upon the  blood, bo that impurities arc eliminated.  Many a man with a will of his  own has'a codicil added to it by his  wife.  r. Only One 'T..OM O Q.UNIMV  That ii J.AX.VIFVK  MflOMO   .l'!NI.  tt.    Loot  fur .he i-..ii_I\i.    of K.   W.  flHOVB.    Used the  world ui er tu Cure u. ���������������������������i>ld in Os.e i>������������������y. '*!������������������>���������������������������  How much better a thing tastes  when thc doctor uayi. you mustn't  eat it!  _ Just Think of It I Wlth.the.8AME Dye  you can color ANV kind of clotb Perieet ly������������������Nc  chance of niistakei. AU colors 10 cent* fi������������������i_  your Druggist or Dealer. Sample Card and  Booklet Free from  The Johnson>__har<!ton Co., Limited,  Pegt^01_!_ Montreal, Que,  INNOCENCE OF KITTENS.  Mr. Robert W. Yerkes raises the  question whether kittens are born  with a propensity to eat mice.  Three Manx kittens kept in a cage  for six weeks with a mouse, which  was introduced when they wero five  months old, made no attempt to injure it, although ihey were hungry, until' the mother cat was introduced and showed how mice  should be treated. Other observers  have noted thc indisposition of kittens to attack mice, but the question whether mouse-killing is instinctive or educational with them  can hardly be said lo liave been  settled.  Fair Millionaire���������������������������"Ob, Vladimir,  they say you are a fortune-hunter,  and arc only marrying mc for my  wealth. Tell me that this is not.  true." Lord Dedbroke���������������������������"Why, my  dearest, I would marry you if you  were penniless." Fair. Millionaire  ���������������������������"Prove this, my own Vladimir,  and. I shall-be absolutely happy."  Lord Dedbroke���������������������������"Settle the whole  of your vast fortune upon me, leaving yourself destitute, and I will  wed you in the face of the whole  world."      '  The man who,knows it all seldom  make's good .hen-it comes to action..  Free to Our Headers. ..  Writ* Murine Bye Remedy Co., Chicngo,  for <8-pa_o illnstvaied Bye 'Book Free.  Write ..11 about Yonr I.ye Trouble and  they will advi&e as to the Pro_>er Application of the Kurlne Eye Remedies In Yonr  Special Case. Your -Druggist- will tell yon  that Murine Rclievee Sore Eye . Strengthens Weak Eyes,' Doe.n't Ninort, Boothes  Eye Pain, ond Bells for 50c. 'fry It in  Your Eyes and In P.aby's Eyes for Scaly  Eycltde and Granulation.  He's a poor lawyer who mistakes  tbe will for the deed.  EGG TABLE.  The Teacher���������������������������How, many eggs are  there in a dozen ?  " .The Pupil���������������������������Five' fresh ones, five  doubtful "ones," and two bad ones.-  '" .If'ypii are a sufferer- from colds  gct-'a ' bottle of -Bickle's . Anti-Consumptive Syrup and .test its'quali-'  tics.. It will' .be .found " that no  .praise...bestowed on it is too high.  Ifc does all that is claimed for it,  and does ifc thoroughly. Do not  take any substitute for Bickle;s  _yrup, because ifc is fche best, having stood the test of years. -All  tlie best dealers sell ifc. _  As thc bride and what she married leaves tlie"church, trouble gets  busy and follows the in home.   .  0. A. O. Xo. 21 Mand&p . cm*i fix row. d  P.arl.y i_ the beht. You will prow it  f00m _��������������������������� or later. 'Why not now ? ftpo.  Keith A Pont. Seed Merchant . Toronto,'  are'offering si aplenilid- example of tin.  grand Barley in G bu.hel lots ������������������t-_1._5  per buflhel, bags freo. Send for t&tuple,  aleo   c-ataJogue.  PII.RS CURED IN _ TO 14 DAYS.  PAZO OlNTMESfr Is fcanranteed  to cure any  es<������������������ ofltchin-:,  ttiin 1.  Blea-lin���������������������������_-<_    Vrotrudiuf  Pileiia 0 to )* days or i_ou������������������������������������ 1. _m_������������������ ..   fid v.  Some people arc too honest fco  take advice they haven't paid for,  and others arc too wis..  What la ttie leet Tfiln_ to _trenirtben weak  b_ck? "Tbe 1> & V Menthol Hunter. It will  cure Inrubayo aud rheiiMatieiu. tl rolls make  raven S_. planter . Davis, A Laurence Co.,  Montreal.  . -Soiiie. local. - celebrities ~are famous and some others aro notorious.  Always a. Good Friend.���������������������������In bealfch  and happiness-we-need no friends  but when ��������������������������� pain" and prostration  come we look for friendly aid from  sympathetic hands. These, hands  can .erve us no better than in rubbing in Dr. Thomas'' Eclectric Oil,  for when the Oil is in the pain is  out. Ifc has brought relief to' thousands who without it would be, indeed friendless.  * "    ^  Dr.   Worse's  Indian    Root    Pills  are i__f!e according to a formula In  tne nearly a   century   ago   anion*  the JncHtwiH. and learned from ihem  by Dr. Morns.   Though rcpetrtci) ai-  tempts   hnve been mad.,   by jihy<-).  fiftiis and chemipt . it line been found  inivo^iblo to iron rove tho   formula  or tbVjjills. _r. Mor.n'n  Indipn Hoot"  Pilia  ��������������������������� are     a -}>onfi"_nld     remedy   ,  throughout the world  for Con.Una-   '  tion     snd    all    KUlnny   and   Liver  trouble*.   They  act    promptly    and  ��������������������������� ffeeli.ely, and  Cleanse  the   System   ACENTS WANTEO.  A HB1TJOUS rcprceentation -wanted in  J\ every locality to sell "Modern" tpe-  cialties. Secure your territory now. 'Turn  time into gold." f5.00 to $}j0.00 a _ay can  be easily made. Writo today. Modern  Qood_ Co. of Canada. Owen Hound, Ont.   FO _  SALE.  STfiAM. PLEASURE Y_i.1T, NB_)II.Y  ._ now, fifty feet lonp, triple cxpanfiion  cnpino8, _v������������������:rything np-to-flate. Will be  sold at a.-bargain. Apply Ior particulars.  O. Borby, Gnelph. _���������������������������      '. '  I'TXAIUI TO IlKN'J'. hot ween MeafoniamlOwen  * .Sound.   Two_n.idied acres .mlercnltivalion:  . I;o 11 .si(ue. faiin hoii.������������������e and po'xl nutl.tiil.ti������������������g_  J.  W. fi. Wliitnev, 2ft 'i'������������������iniii(oKti_et, Tor.'iito'   1 ' *  mf-*Ai t/_S_B  Raise Them without mm  f_*M-VKV J8ooklet Ki-ee.  ^    . teeJe,!_lifgg������������������ Seed Co, Ltd., _ urontoJOn*..  MOPE FOB THE Ot*F-W AC0USTICOiron* ������������������t tbe marvels ������������������if tke electrical ace  se throughout the  world.   Write tor cata.  Joaue.   General Anonstio Co., of Canada. Ltd    '  468 Yeiwe Street. Toio������������������to.   ���������������������������      ,- .   ,     .'   r"  Marlatt's Hair Promoter  Crows Hair on any Bald Head  On Rr,le at tbe ttobt. Simpcou Co.:.Toro������������������>to,  Canada,   or tho'Sferlut. Eair   Proaiotinit ,  Co.,.Toronto, Canada.   ��������������������������� _.'���������������������������-  IODINOL  T!;c  famous  new discover}' of the  ape,  positively,   quickly,   completely  relieves-  ������������������������������������d cores Goitre, Thick Neck,'Sciatica,  Swellings,  Bunions,   Quinsy, etc..   $1.00,  nr 6 'nr $5. .������������������. mailed on re:-cif������������������t of price b\-  Lyle Med loins Co., 718 Quten W., Toronto.  APPENDICITIS  Cur������������������'d without' operation*..~'AH who arc.at-  <! ictod .vith���������������������������l)ii������������������i,.t"disea':c,.and -.i.i. to; he  .nr_l  p'-r"oiaupnily.'-'piafcly "-������������������nd    <tulf:_iy '  with    this    groat    nomeopathle    remedy.   .  ���������������������������which*1 will1 hp   r=ei)t' post-paid   anywhere -  ;n .the  world, with   full   ln������������������tru_ ioiie   for  ������������������)Rinj������������������  _6  ������������������p   to effect  n'permanefit vurv^  Price. $3. 'Ad _i _*. ���������������������������  Jchn"  T. Wall,   Homeenathlo.,. harmacy,   ���������������������������  Arnprler, Canada.'  ������������������  l&tstAmii.jiur/Ci.w.'t&vii  Ii_ia_>m_ti������������������u at  ' Kidney . vi Lhe  .  ladder, of tbe  DowelH, of the  }Atnge. Sore ThroaL  ,hroni'.hiUe.l>i!_onU,  BreaMiinir, Croup.  Ca-  I_rrh. Inflnenz... f 1 cad-  ache. Toothache, Neuralgia, Kite .).>hU������������������!u, Coi.  Colli .  Ague Chili*. Oil-  t>'.airi% l'.-c^Lbitef. quickly  cured by  KaoMiTs fi������������������3_9 Jfeltei  Tbey who wouid find perfection  without pain are looking only to  put au'edgc on a sword of lead.  _ I si������������������'e Luitff Hi _m ii e.pecl;iny intended to  break u;������������������ n������������������gleoted onueh^, and inany hopelt^a  raxes hsi>e Ween ������������������.������������������������������������il hy it. uv������������������. Ooatams no  cyium in any tc.io.  ISSUE NO. 6-10  Patnhltler in winter cliect. ehilN, h. .nks np  colds anil thin prevent!. J'.i-oi .liilis, L-igrippe  and Uliaumatiwn. Uneiiualled a������������������ a lit _>������������������ . ut for  (vast hitet, chilblain . limine^, Wjuaiii . .^old 17  *ji dniggifctt.   Ouly cjw l'itiiiiiller���������������������������l'erry 1 _ vi_'.  DID THE _A_D. JU.IRKLF.  First Boy���������������������������"The p.ea.hcr paid  tliat when the contribution box-  went round everybody thought to  themselves not how much they could  give, but how litilo they could give  without i'celin'' ash anted. jSfow, I'd  jest like to know how hc can tell  what people is thinkm' about."  Second Boy���������������������������"Of cour. e hc knows  how folks feel. Before hc got to  bo a minister hc used to sit in the  congregation l_h_ .elf."  WHAT KEEPS KIM BA Civ.  Many a man would climb higher  up the ladder of fame if he didn't  spend so  much of his time trying  io keep some one else from doing  Jit.  The move men prate of their faith  in God (.bo lees willing they ore to  trust him withthe universe.  Vvoi-ins derange tho whole system.  Mother Graves' Wunn Exterminator deranges worms and give;, rest  to the sufferer. It only costs 25  cent, to try it and bo convinced.  Kindly mention the name of (bit  paper in writing .������������������������������������ advcrti������������������cra-  A  MAN OF LAW.  "What are vou moving lhc church  for?"  "Well, stranger, I'm mayor of  those diggin'. an' I'm fcr law enforcement. We've got an ordinance what sa.ys no saloon shall bo  nearer than 300 feet from a church.  1 give ;cm three days to move tho  church."  Plain Talksto WomBH.  Children's Skin Troubles, Cuts, Etc  . I   ���������������������������   ������������������   H _ _. .      i M ft1  Every healthy child ffota them, .and  ���������������������������very mother has to "put something  oa." What do YOU put on?.  ==^When=you"putTRn=6intid������������������nt=_r__rt_r  child's skin it gets into the blood  through the pores just as surely as if  you put it into the child's stomach.  Did you evor think cf that ? How. in>  portant, therefore, that tha ealva or  balm should be pur������������������ i  Zam_������������������k it _\_<_ute!y pnr*t ccntaim no  ���������������������������uimal fat; do mineral coWiug inattar; bo  acid a__ingealt; no bvmiiuf *_t_.ptics���������������������������ya*  i* ii antiseptic! It h purely herbal, end  tlmi mecle all the ueodt ������������������f th������������������ tkia iu thftt  euperior and *U-pow������������������ciul w������������������y ia which _������������������tart  ftiono jnovklti.  ChlMi. a like. nra-Buk best bnctuM ������������������s ustm  m s\ty\itA it nt'ipe Ihe yain nnd the tru*rting  of tli������������������ injury or tore pl_c . li������������������_liug titea vtte  u. iuu)cdi_Uly.  kut, t)������������������ts������������������i*ti knit _������������������___*, lo������������������.  Bond for froe sample lo Dept. W. L., Ka>  tl&nal Drug A Choniicil Co., Toronto.  HOTEL TRAYMORE  ON THE OCEAN FRONT.  ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.  A DiaxniKftcnt t������������������n .lory .re _ roof ad<Utt������������������B (������������������ loat listnt ooroplettd, m.\kiiiy thU -iwoB*  hotttlrv the dp we i. _nd nixt up-t. rfittt of Atlentia Oi tj Heislt. A new featitie U kks ������������������niua_l  (������������������i .o u( tho bed rooms, *v������������������������������������rijluf 19 feel ie_uivre,  ������������������ _ iy rnom commands au ocean rlew, hxtb tftaobed with ���������������������������������������������_ snd fresh water. - Che .������������������!��������������������������� ���������������������������  gUsti In overjr cnaiobor.   V������������������wper_tare regulated by Therm .tie.*, the l*t* . 4ere lop na eut l������������������  tteaui l������������������e..tlu������������������.   i'o!ej.h������������������tte In e.erj_(H������������������������������������.   Ue_prlnl������������������fei.   0*>ull| CCO.   Write for _ Write.  booklet.  CHARL_25 O. MARQUETTR,  Manaftr,  TRAYMORH HOTEL COilPANY,  D. S. WHITE, FNridan _  mrmmssm THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 7, 1910  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours: Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5  Evening, 7 to 8 ���������������������������  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff ..nd Geo we Sts. ENDF.RBY  MEETING OP FRUIT MEN.  w.  E. BANTON,  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public, Conveyancer,  etc.  Offices, Bell Block. Enderby.B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. H. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby _oclf.<_ No. 40  Regular meetin(.a firet  Thursday on or after thc  full moon nt 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting;  brethren cordially invited.  J. C. METCALF  Secretary   3f*J, 0.0. F.  "^_2S/  Eureka Lod^c, No. iO  Mr. Geo. Heggie attended a meeting of fruitmen of the Okanagan held  last Tuesday at Vernon in the Court  House to hear R. M. Winslow, provincial horticulturist, discuss the  matter of demonstration orchards.  Mr. Winslow spoke at considerable  length, and invited questions from  thc audience which were freely propounded, and by this means a thorough understanding of the government's plans and intentions in this  matter was reached. ' Mr. Winslow  said that this subject had been greatly misunderstood, and the first point  he wished to make clear was that  these proposed demonstration orchards were not to be experimental  farms. The work of experimental  farms had been undertaken in this  and other provinces by the Dominion  government, and as already over 50  applications from various districts  j had been received for demonstration  orchards it would   be manifestly im-  trict would certainly get one of them  and he hoped to find the man and location in this locality.  TENDERS WANTED  TENDERS will be received up to  noon on Saturday, April 16th, for  thc digging and filling of a pipe line  ditch, about four miles in length,  situated in the Municipality of Spallumcheen, Tenders will be accepted  for part or whole of digging and filling of said ditch. Plans and specifications can be seen at the Clerk's  Office, Armstrong. Lowest or any  tender not necessarily accepted.  C. CREED,  C. M. C.  GRADE  "A" CERTIFICATE    Lodtfc,  Meets every Tuesday eveiiinK at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall,  Metcalf block.   Visitinfr brothers al-, .. ,        , ,, ...  ways   welcome.   J. A. McMorland, N. c... A.! possible    for   the   provincial govern  Reeves, Sec'y. E. J. Mack, Treas.  ENDERBY  LODGE  . of P.  No. 35, K  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Vi.torn cordially invited to nttend.  ROBT. N. BAILEY. 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. If. 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, $1.60    ''  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55   "  Graham Flour,     -    $1.45   '������������������  Four Star Chop, $1.65 per 100 lbs  Three Star Chop, SI.60 per 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.  Barley 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.  Terms: Net Cash with order  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B C.  House  Will soon ba on. Call and see  my stock of Carpets, Matting,  Linoleum, Wall Paper, and all  necessary articles for beautifying ancl making the home  comfortable.  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  ment to buy land and conduct experimental stations at these places. The  cost of 50 ten-acre farms, for the  land alone, would be at least .$125,-  000, to say nothing of the cost of  maintenance. This would, of course,  be entirely beyon. the reach of our  provincial finances. There will be no  experimental work done on these  demonstration orchards. To experiment is to try new varieties, new  methods, etc.; but the horticultural  department is assured that they already know enough about the requirements of each district to be able to  leave experimental work aside and to  grow trees successfully. Their idea  was to put in practice what they already know, and to demonstrate  what may be done to make fruit  growing a successful commercial undertaking. This would furnish an object lesson that . would be of the  greatest possible value to the various districts where the orchards were  run under this plan.  What   was   wanted    by the department was a man in the district where.  the demonstration orchard was to be  established,   who   was an enthusiast  on   fruit   growing,   and   intended to  stay with the business.   When such a  man and site are found in each district the government will enter into  an agreement with him, which could  be terminated on short notice.if the  owner wished at any time to dispose  of    his   property.      The   government  would furnish   nursery    stock of the  best quality, and of varieties proved  to be suitable   to    the    location.   It  would plant the orchard, and a member of the    department would supervise all the principal operations such  as   pruning,    spraying,  thinning and  cultivation.    The  owner  would  have  j to keep a   strict   account of the ex-  ��������������������������� penditure   and    revenue,   so   that it  ; could be shown at any time just what  : such an orchard would be worth as a  j commercial    proposition.       The gov-  ; ernment will    supply a spray pump,  7_ndJninder=certain=circumstances-'may^  pay a proportion   of    the operating  expenses.     The varieties planted will  i be determined   by   the nature of the  ;soil and location.  i    Mr. Winslow   stated   that it would  : not be possible    to get the orchards  ; planted this spring, as it was impossible to secure   the nursery stock, as  the nurseries of this province and the  adjoining   states    were    sold   out of  good varieties.  Questioned as to the possibility of  the Enderby district getting one of  the demonstration farms, Mr. Winslow stated  that   the unirrigated dis-  This is to certify that I have inspected the premises and herd of Mr.  A- McQuarrie, the herd consisting of  30 head of cattle, and. find the same  to be in a healshy condition. Each  animal in the herd has been tested  for tuberculosis wi thing six months  of this date and declared free of that  disease. The premises are in a sanitary condition within the meaning of  the Regulations of the Provincial  Board of Health governing the sale  of milk and the management of dairies, cow sheds and milk shops.  Bnderby, B.C., Nov. 25th, 1909.  H. H.  S. GEORGE,  Inspector.  TENDERS WANTED  Tenders will be received for the  purchase of the dwelling of the Columbia Flouring Mills, known as the  manager's dwelling, together with the  sheds adjoining; the same to be torn  down or moved off the premises by  May 15th. All removal of fences,  etc., to be replaced in good order by  the purchaser. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders must be in by the 15th April.  COLUMBIA  FLOURING  MILLS  CO.  FOR  SALE  Seed Oats and .Spring Wheat. My  seed is No. 1 and guaranteed free  from all noxious seeds. Special quotation on ton lots.     Apply���������������������������  R.   WADDELL,  Hazelmere . Ranch, Enderby.  If you have not tried the Glen Gerrack milk and cream, you do not yet  know the satisfaction of being milk-  satisfied.  Chore boy wanted; must be able to  look after horses and milk. Apply,  Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  C. D. Griffin, of Vancouver, was in  Enderby Wednesday demonstrating  the merits of the Oliver typewriter.  Here's a  chance for  a Shoe-  buy  5 per c.  off for  missit!     10 days  ooo  Wanted���������������������������at once���������������������������two or three gooJ  farm hands. ��������������������������� Apply���������������������������R. Waddell.  In Felt  Hats  and CLOTHING  How would you like one of our  new BATTERSBY'S hats for_  Spring wear? We are showing a very select stock of the  finest quality of Soft Felts; the  newest shapes and shades.  Straw Hats for  the Ladies  Get one while the selection is  complete.  Shoes  For Real Value combined  with price. we doubt if you  can find anything that will  give you the satisfaction  to be found in this footwear.  Dress Shoes for  Men, Women  and Children  In our Grocery  Department  you will find our prices as  low as the lowest.  THE POLSON MERCANTILE CO.  We have some good  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.  If you want to  Buy, Sell or  Trade  A   FARM  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A BUSINESS LOT  or A BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,  Vernon, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me.     My new list is ready,  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard Man  B. C  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR  L.   MATTHEWS.  which we are selling at prices  From  $5 to $13  per thousand  Also small lots of special  stocks which we wish to  move. If you will call  and see us we will name  figures  to    do  business.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited  Enderby B. C.  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on h������������������nd. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By f������������������r the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer;-warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co. Enderby  Garden,  Field  and Flower  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 (or  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  New crop now arriving from our growers in England,  France,  Holland, Canada and the United States.   All tested as to vitality  and purity on arrival.   The BEST is good enough for our custom-  . ers.   Catalogue tree.     -    - -      -   - -    -   -     - .._....  Business will be continued at our old   .tand until   May.   After  that in new location, which will be announced later.  MI   HFNR Y   3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  ���������������������������    _J.   Ht-.ilIV 1 j BRITISH  COLUMBIA  HAY  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  per  TON  LOANS  Applications  received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C.  f\


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