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 _ .-*  ���������������������������-. *!t__\_f**<* _*       _   -.    j** >.* ^  *���������������������������  3; No. 12; Whole No: 115'  Fire-Limits are Fixed  I thence along  i the point   of  y  By the Enderby City'Councili^^i  '-* - - j George street  At the meeting of the City Council  last Wednesday evening, May 4th, the  Mayor and Aldermen Blanchard,  Evans, Hancock and Hutchison were  present.  A petition was presented signed by  the-property , owners in the Lawes  sub-division, dated April 20th, asking  .that a road be constructed from the  north corner of lot 1, block 1, of the  Lawes addition, in a diagonal line  through block 2 to the southwest  corner of block 3, west of the Go-  lightly property, thence southeast or  southwest through'the acreage of Mr.  Lawes, and Mr. Rosoman to the  southeast corner of the Moffet acreage, and- thence to Johnson street  A letter accompanied the above pe  W.   T.    Holtby,   furniture  repairs    Enderby Trading Co., nails ...      3.75  The Walker Press, printing     12.00  J. E. Peever, wages _    12.90  A. Fulton, hardware  '....:    65.25  Aid. Blanchard undertook in the  absence of Aid. Ruttan from the city  to superintend the finishing of the  grounds and basement of the City  Hall. -  - It was decided to purchase a small  chemical engine" for fire protection, at  a cost of $100.  Adjourned to meet Saturday.  Russell street west to  its .intersection   with  thence   north .along  to    the point of coro-  and | mencement.     /  15.25 j (2) That .within the said fire limit  no building shall hereafter be built,,  constructed    or   placed    other   than  Brief Mention of News *^';:>  of Interest to Enderby District!  When the Council reconvened Saturday evening, the committee reported  ;the results of their work in connec-  tition, from Mr. Lawes, referring to a l^011 with the investigation of the  resolution passed by the Council on i ?ropose<1 road ������������������_ the Lawes addition  August 187 1909, wherein the Council  expressed their "willingness to build  this road provided a right of-way  for sariie were given, and stating  that Mr: . Moffet   had    purchased the  .   Evans property   and   now    offered a  _     free right of way as stipulated in the  said resolution.-" -  A' map showing-the location-of the*  ' proposed road, together-with a profile plan showing grades of same,  were enclosed with Mr. Lawes' letter.  ' After great discussion it was  moved by Mr. Hancock, seconded hy  Mr. Blanchard that" a committee {be  appointed to go over the ground  with the petitioners and decide about  its feasibility, and arrive at the ap-.  proximate cost.     Carried. ".  The Clerk reported that Mr. Jas.  F. Johnson had complained _o'him  that an overcharge" had been made by'  the poundkeeper in connection with*  the impounding "of two cows belonging to -him. Pound-keeper Greyell  explained the charges complained of,  aud it was found that his charges  were entirely within' the law, and the  "^Clefk~~was"instructed to~so hotify  Mr. Johnson.  Messrs. Heggie and Rosoman, as  trustees for the late Sir Arthur  Stepney, presented the City Council,  in behalf of the City "of Enderby, the  library books left by Sir Arthur some  years ago as the nucleus for a public  library to be established here. The  -' same were accepted with- thanks. -  Aid. Hancock' and. Aid. Hutchison  moved a resolution setting forth thc  general rules which will be applicable  to thc public library when it is finally established.  Mayor Bell reported that Mrs. Wm.  Sewell, who was a' nurse, and her  daughter, a trained nurse, desire to  establish a cottage hospital at their  home on Mill and High streets, and  had asked the Council to consider  the matter with a view to assisting  in the project.  Moved by Aid. Hancock, seconded  by Aid. Hutchison, that the matter  be left in the hands of a special committee of Aid. Blanchard and Aid.  Evans for investigation.   .Carried.  Aid. Evans was granted permission  to bring in a building by-law, establishing a fire-limit, and appointing a  building inspector.  The ' Finance Committee reported  thc following bills and they were ordered paid:  R.   Bailey   Sr.,   wages $   8.75  R.   H.   Binch,   wages    20.75  A. R. Rogers Lumber-Co., light  and   lumber........................... 21.83  and. the matter was Yediscussed from  all its various phases: It" was finally  decided to call* for tenders for the  construction of the "road, after first  having Surveyor Williams go..over  the road again and make "some minor.  changes injts location.  If the cost of the road is not too  high, it will be built-out of_.the, cur:"  .rent, revenue. .If,' however^ the cost-  is found to-be   too    great, then-the  question   of   issuing - bonds' will   be  discussed.-   Tenders are to be in"by  the   next    regular'   meeting   of   thc  Council, and the road is to be completed  (if  .tenders   are accepted) by  the 15th of July..    -    ���������������������������  -'Aid.  Evans introduced By-law No.  55,  which is   an -amendment to Bylaw No., 35,   The new .by-law enacts:  _ (1)   That-the fire-limits of the City  of Enderby shall be as follows: com-  'mencing at   the'  southeast corner of  Mill and George   streets, along Mill  street to the river; thence along the  river south to a point opposite "the  east end    of- Russell    street; thence  [with the main/ walls of brick, iron,  stone or other, incombustible material, /and with the roof-covering likewise.of'such material;  (3) That no -wooden building at  present existing within the said fire-  limit shall be removed to any-other  site within such fire-limit, nor shall  any wooden 'additions be made to  any building within the said fire-  limits;  (4) That all applications for the  building permits shall be accompanied by the payment of a fee of 50c.  (5) That a building inspector shall  be appointed by the Municipal Council, at such remuneration as they  shall deem right, whose duty it shall  j be to inspect all plans and specifica-  , tions submitted with^ applications for  J building permits; to "inspect all buildings during course of erection - in  order to ensure that they are being  built according to law, and to report  on such plans, " specifications and  -buildings from time" to'time-as"may"!  be required,- to the Board of- Works,  or to the Municipal Council.  Enderby's  first. tax sale will take  place next month.  Rev.  Mr.    Miller   was a visiter of  Enderby over Sunday.  Enderby's lilac show is now on. It  is magnificent and smelly. *  A son was born on Tuesday, to Mr.  and Mrs. Jas. Bell, of Mara.  W.. T. Holtby went-' to Chase on  ' Monday, returning 'Wednesday.  j Rev. Mr." Elmhurst occupied the  pulpit in the Presbyterian church  Sunday norning.  A daughter was born to Mr. and  Mrs. L.* J. Proctor, of Enderby, at  the Vernon hospital.  FOR THE FIRST TIME IN TWEN^'  TY YEARS, ENDERBY" WILL "NOT ,  CELEBRATE ON MAY 24th. - THIS"*  ACTION rWAS TAKEN BY THE '?���������������������������  CELEBRATION COMMITTEE ,UPON ;'  THE ANNOUNCEMENT * OF- THE .  KING'S -DEATH. ���������������������������''    ' ' \,' --' // " - ���������������������������  The Social Dance given by the-Ten- *  nis. Club' last Friday night, while,not[-[  as well attended as those given'in;/;  the winter,' was" a most" enjoyable--,  affair to all participating.       -   ",.    . _'.  - The Dake trial did not come' off at" .  Kamloops this w.e"ekV the , witnesses ^  being notified on Saturday -that''theii "7i  presence was not required. r~ A-'further'-' '  postponement has been ordered. *',.''  Memorial services will be held in  St. George's church, at 3 p. m. on  Friday, May 20th. Communion in  the morning.  AT-THE RIFLE RANGE  May 4:      .     -    200'  Geo.-Bell   34  A. E_ Taylor  28  VV. Holtby  24  Dr. Keith  30  J. Emeny   30  A. Price   24.  V.C. Brimacombe.. 26  R. Ackman   22  W: E. Banton   14  W. Duncan   13  R. Wheeler   30  A. Marwood   ���������������������������  -500  34      27 ���������������������������95  27      26 ���������������������������81  33 aft?2 -79  600  27  26  28  21_.  21  23  15  16  3  .74  22 ���������������������������67  17 ���������������������������66  16 ���������������������������53  19 ���������������������������49  9 ���������������������������25   30  11 ���������������������������11  A meeting of the Enderby Conservative Association will be held in ��������������������������� the  office of Wv E. Banton, -Saturday  afternoon at 5 o'clock.      ,  Neil Simpson and wife, old-time  Enderbyites, .-passed" down '"the';Valley  last-Thursday. ' They''will visit''En--  derby friends on their return trip.  Wm. Anderson put out an additional orchard this " spring,  of Delicious  and King David apple trees.   He now'  has upwards of 700-trees developing.  The Dutch Social advertised for the  17th in the Parish Hall, to be given  in aid of the organ fund by Mrs. G.  '*..;., ���������������������������Jias  been postponed  until  further notice.  " , f  F. V. Moffet made a trip to Leth-  bridge this week. He reports,, unprecedented prosperity at that point,'-'  and, in fact at every city in the-  northwest visited by him.  WXLTCETTS  KLY  Publi.hed every Th u riday at Enderby. the Gate-Way of the famou. 0_annRan, Und of the Bi* Canadian Red Apple and the California of Canada   E"t_ ed ii. the Post Office at Enderby. B. C. as second-class matter.  II.     M.  'In order to be poor in lhe Okanagan, you have to waste an awful lot of Time and Money.  p     ; ��������������������������� .   .v a 1;- K  2s-t___-s_z:  i_  ONE   MAN'S POINTOF VIEW  z**o*<z  ���������������������������^HE King is dead! Long live'the  ffl King !"     This is thc cry that  circled  thc    globe   last Friday  evening, and all the world mourned.  King   Edward   the   Seventh   is no  more; he is sleeping the sleep that all  good   kings  and   all   bad   kings, all  peasants and  all  autocrats, sleep, and  from which there is no waking.   The  world's loss is great; England's loss  cannot   be   measured.   King Edward  was the most democratic king Briton  ever   had,   and   without   doubt,   the  his    people, 'the throne   as   little   known   by his  and truest    loyalty,   of  King .Edward -has had no equal in 'countrymen as if lie had been-kept in  English history and may never have. ' secrecy all his private life. He comes  Whcrwould venture to-say,.w.hat his I reluctantly, too, from the quiet life  deat!?>y,?eans to EnS]and! Perhaps [ of a country gentleman. Probably no  in hef'iiorrow at his going, England other British prince ever ascended  will be blessed. Perhaps in her the throne surrounded by such mys-  mourtiing, the nation will sec a light tery. He becomes thc ruler of the  that has been almost lost. Perhaps 1 world's greatest empire at 45, al-  there-will come   into   the   life of the'most unknown.   As subjects wc know  It's an ill wind that blows nobody* '  good." The. band boys''"have' been'.}'  given, a much larger ,and -better, prac-.-i";  tice room in the school house; an<rV:  the,city is installing electricflights^*  .Good-.',.     -   ,-._    _"'-     - ,^:.'{>..'-'���������������������������_.. '_.  The sale of seats for theJ Juvenile';:.  Bostonians, that brilliant .compaiiy/of'��������������������������� -\  entertainers, which appears in IC of.'-  P. Hall" to-morrow (Friday) _'nig_t*;<>_  has;.'been "unprecedented. \ It is'a dear:t.=  .indication'* , that'/" the''Boston!_ns-:>re?".;  well-known favorites; . ' :. .' '?,'''���������������������������{'  ' G. R. McCracken, a resident"of En-/:  derby some - years ago; now of Cal- 'y  gary, was in the city this, week rep- ''-���������������������������'���������������������������  resenting the Brandon Fire .EngineI;-  Company. A small chemical engine ';  was sold to the city, and several ^;  business houses ordered small hand-'-\~  machines of the Ever-Ready type.   - ":.  The Board ofvTrade of Salmon Arm -  is yide awake.   It is advertising for.    *  tenders for a   man   to   take charge'/-"���������������������������  set up and.bring home an exhibit'to-  go from there   _o the Calgary* exhibi-' V"  ition to be held" iii July,     it is"also "-;  advertising   for   a ' seriesv   of   prize'"  photos of   that    district. ,-It is also'  offering^ii2es^oL_.?10=andi$5-for-thc^==  >;.'  '"*.  'little or   nothing   about the person-  blameless existence as heir to the  throne, but what he has learned to  fit him to cope with thc strenuous  conditions of our national life, is an  unknown quantity. Indeed, the very  blamelessness    of   his life as heir to  Mother Land a touch of love, a feeling of kinship   in   the loss sustained, jality of our new king.    Hc has led a  and take   from   the   politics   of   thc  land   the    sling    that    has    almost  turned Briton   against Briton in thc  hate   of   revolution.    Perhaps   when  thc cloud    of   sorrow    is   raised, we  . , _., , ,        ,     ���������������������������   .shall see our    statesmen   come forth ; u_____uu.b*iuss    ui    m. me as neir to  most sane   and the most lovable   He  8Weatencd by thc mournln������������������( and with   the throne has caused  some  misgiv-  was a diplomat     a   ruler, a MAN in I uniUmmed    by    prcju(licc    and   ings in  the minds of Britons of the  every sense of the word,   and because  strifC( tLey shall proCficd calmly and  old.fMhlonod   ���������������������������robust���������������������������   t But  hc was a man, in the ruest and best sancly> t0 extricatc tho nation from ' in times past, men of as mild a  sense, Britons havc loved him, and  the world at large has honored him.  We have never had, and may never  have'again, a king like King Edward.  We have had kings who have stood  out more prominently than hc in  some particular characteristic, and  other kings may follow him who will  do likewise, but as a man of accomplishment, a man worthy of the best  the ruinous policy   of   strife she has ; type as he, and as little known, have  been drifting into. Perhaps the  death of King Edward will lift England upon a higher plane of reason,  where there will be a cementing of  the nation by the harmonizing influence of a clearer understanding between brothers in affliction in a mutual loss.  King George    the Fifth ascends to  developed marvelous administrative  ability when forced to it, and in  King George may wc not reasonably  anticipate a ruler Uxap will bring  a continuance of the peace and plenty  which characterized the reign . of  the 'world-beloved Queen, \_ctoria,  and was continued, under the peaceful  reign "of his father ? ,  best written essay on the. district ���������������������������  . Wm. B. Kellet, of Mara, has received word- from the Department of  Agriculture,- that thc Enderby-Mara  district will he- separated from the  Spallumcheen district, "in Institute  work, and a new Institute be formed  including this section. This will" be  a great advantage to-the farmers^of-  this district,' and should add "very  much to the good work being done  by that organization.  Chas.    W.   Little   put through another ' deal   on    a   close-to-Enderby  property   this    week.   Tho ' Care_u_  farm of   155   acres, situated next [0  the F. Hassard ranch,  and adjoini_u>  the Stepney on   thc north-west, w^.j  sold to Capt. Myers, of London, Eng.  Capt.   Myers    recently    arrived from  the Old   Country,   and   has made an  exhaustive    enquiry   as   to the best  available fruit lands.   He has examined   properties    in ' other   districts,  and engaged the assistance of a fruit  expert to go   fully   into the details.  His final choice of the Carefoot farm  means much to this district, for Mr.  Myers did   not    buy   hurriedly,   and  looked well   into    the   conditions of  soil, climate and location.   The Carefoot place is   not   more than a mile  and-a-half from    Enderby, and when  the new road   through thc Hassard-  Deliart ranches is opened, it will be  brought " still    nearer.    Capt.  Myers  contemplates* erecting    a    handsome  home on   the;?property and planting  the available orchard land to apples. M
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OR, THE NEW MISTRESS AT
LAUREL HILL.
CJIAPTKI.   IX.- -(Cont'd)
������������������������������������ Mrs.'������������������ K>it_y vya'.' iavorauly nn-
l.rrr-f-i'il with I Iiis idea, nnd after
o.,;ijibing hor dusty dross and diink-
ii.._ a clip of tea. she started for the
Ji.ii.i.. J. C. was sitting near the j;
window, watching anxiously for a
glimpse of Maude, wlion his visitor;
-_;.���������_ announced. Seating herself directly opposite liim, Mrs. Kelsey
���������inquired after his headache, and
���������then asked how he had pa^cd lhc
day.
"Oli. in lounging, generally.''' he
answered, wliilo she cuminued,
"Hannah says yon spent., thc morning there, and also a pari of the
aftern.>on. Was niy brother at
home .'"'
"He was not. ]. went- to see
Alaude." ,1. C replied somewhat
Btil'fly, for he began Lo see the drift
of lier remarks.
Mrs. Kelsey hesitated a moment,
and then proceeded to say that "J.
C. ought, not- to pay Miss .Rei _ing-
t.'.'i much attention, as she was: very
s*us_ej)tihl0 and might fancy him
in earnest."
"And suppose she does:''' .said
.').   0..  determining    to    hr.vc  lhc
ocular demonstration that Mrs.
Keisey's are open too. Oh, fashion,
fashion, '.what fools you make of
your votaries! "I am glad (hat I. foi*
one dare break your chain, and
marry whom I please,'-' and feeling
nore amiably disposed toward ���������')'. (.'.
i De Vere than he had felt I'or many
a day, the young man started for
tho church, where to his great joy
ho found Maude alone.
She was not- surprised to see him,
nay, she was herself expecting him,
and the flush which deepened <m
her cheek as he came to her side,
showed tliat his presence wa.s not.
unwelcome. Human nature is thc
same everywhere, and though
Maude was perhaps as free from its
weaknesses as almost any one, the
fact   that her lover  was so    .reatlv
ply to that occasion, ho suggested
sending for Mr. De Vere, and demanding an explanation. But this
Mrs. Kelsey would not suffer.
"It-, will  do  no good,''-'  she said,
""'and may make the matter worse
by hastening thc: marriage.   I shall
return home to-morrow, and if you
do not object shall fake your daugh-
jfcer  with  _ne,   to  stay  at   least six
j months,  as she  needs.-..a-change of
'scene.   J can, if necessary, intimate
ilo niy friends that she has refused
j J'.' ("j'.-j   who,  in a  (i t of pique,   has
I offered himself to Maude, and Ui at-
will save Nellie from all embarrassment.    He will suon tire of his new
choice,  and then���������---/'
"1 won't liave him if he does,"
gasped Nellie, interrupting hcr
aunt; "f. won't have anybody who
ha.s first, proposed to Maude. I
wish she'd never come here, and
if pa. hadn't brought that woman-���������'''
(To bc continued.)
UNNATURAL THINNESS
EASILY CORRECTED.
By Clever Prescription Which Can
Be l-illed at Any Drug
Store.
.No Need (o Be Thin Now as Ko-'oHs
.     Show This Method Effective.
It not only loses flavour, but worse than this, loose
tea takes on new odors, such as coal oil, molasses,
onions,'-coffee, soap, etc.,���������to say nothing of
its exposure to the son, dust, dirt and
air.    Therefore for your protection
is sold oaly ia sealed lead packed���������usever io  bulk.
minutes, and, il' possible, lhe bath-  do the massaging one can rub 1,1 ie
or should rest ten minutes and then   body thoroughly with a rough towel
]J' there is no one to   and knead it with the hands.
bo massaged
coveted bv others, increased rather      ,,      ,       , ., ��������� i
., ..-..,,. . People who    are    very  t.nin  ana
(nan     diminished her    regard    tor ' , ,       ,   , .   , 1Tt.
, . .     ,       ,        ,   , , a,       ��������� ,    .   scrawny ou .lit not to  be so.    tin
nun.  and  whon he    told  ncr what, j ,    ,     *,,    ,,- ,..,.��������� .._*���������,.,-,..  i--,
,    ,- ... i ���������       ir       i  diu.btedlv they aro more subject to
nad  passed    beiwcen    l.nnsc.l  and  rf. j...,    contagkinB  U,an    thc
Mrs. kelsey, and urged her to give j norma]U. flosh       Thinne-ss is usua
*. uppo.se
she doc
worst
Mrs.   Keif-cy was very   nncomior-
t,a ble, and coughing a litiic she *���������*<���������-
]iii Oil
which  cannot
Yes.  than    she    had    been in  the
morning.    Thoughts of  James
Vere  did not trouble  hcr now
had ceased  to    remember    her ere
Ihis���������had never been    morc inter-
It  is wiong to rai:.e nopcs;0!.Le,j ;���������  }l0r Uian in any ovdin;
be    realized,  for ut ��������� acquaintance,   and so. 'thong!
have never entertained
..-,    by  accident./    that    tincture  cado-
,',cj jinene, when combined in a prcscvip-
tion with proper accelerativc medicines,  becomes  one    of    the   most
valuable, effective, and reliable nu-
'^ ! tritive   or   flesh   making  medicines
]fc is especially
Western Assurance Company
INCORPORATED   A. D. 18 SI.
HEAD OFFICE,
TORONTO
STATEMENT   FOR  YEAR   . fJBi?_G   DEC.   31,   ISO .
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i J. C
was rather dependent on the  _,������_.!-; u,,(, of j   (;   D(J Vfirc ������������������ h01. cigJi-jhcillth,    nia cnelism,    stamina
icr-i  ot others,  but it made no dif-l lp_,.nt]l   ..inhday. "
Very pleasant now it seemed sit
i.ir.g there, alone with him in the si
lent church. Very pleasant walk,
ing with hini down the quiet street,
and when  her chamber was reach
.... ..    ,, .       .   ^fl-'lsmmnor moonlight stealing up thc;bl"ist    A well rounded svmmetrical
���������y g-rl in.in J. C. s mind,  _or lw :ai.sky aisles, she proiniscdu bcLhc | flgurc  in ,���������������������������   m* woman  indicates
and
happiness
The/reader who    wishes    to add
from  ten  to    forty    pounds should
not fail to begin with this valuable
prescription *.
First, obtain of any well stocked
1 ere rice now, and. warming x\p in
Maude's defense, hc replied, "I a_-
kui*(. you. madam, J have entertain-
.0 hciious thoughts !,ow**rd .Miss
Ueiiiiii^toi), and have this day asked
her to be my  wife."
"your wife!'"'  'almost,    screamed
lhe high-bred  Mrs.   Kelsey.   "What
will your    city
K el lie  sav."
eel,  and  Louis,   to   whom  she told j druggist, three ounces of essence of
her story, whispered in her ear, "I j pepsin and three ounces of syrup of
'���������'i ���������..'������������������    Hrt "v*_ l"'mi f.ad" tliat is so," she thought it! rhubarb in au S ounce bottle. Then
"Confound them all
v/hat   thev  sav."  and
his knife-
wliiJe
inir el
.Nellie
.seen.
| very nice  to  be engaged, .and was j add one   ounce  compound  essence
I   i-j-.-j. (.������..(,' conscious of a happier, morc indc-1 cardiol.    Shake .and  let stand two
j    ('' ,'lvuve   Pendent feeling than  she had ever hours. Then add one ounce tincture
-blade into the pine table J \"��������������� '^re. . !, scomed so strange
g.,ve his reasons for luv-i tl.!a1t fnc;  rtn  "n prof on d nig country
.o__n Maude in  in-efereuce to  B">; ^ ?��������� tho hcarte-that many
,,. ..������,. , ���������,-  ���������ic/. i,,- 1...-I ���������,-nr:ii ci(v maiden had tried in vain to i alt-ei -fajen men.     unm. piu,i,\   oi
, or any one else lie J.;i..l e\cij    .     - . i,V'-'-"   -   -.  .n.n     m_ s  ;>nrl     when
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'ilu-ught of  Nellie,  wondering what >] (111 inb*    ^"-'-P   ul>   U1-s  uo.uiih.iii.
11     ancl of a eertaintv  from
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caciomene compound (not cardamom). Shake well and take one
teaspoonful  before each  meal,  one
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6.5,580 71
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Applications  for  Agencies at    unrepresented
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Secretary.
to    be  ad-
eiears
The Great-Wc.-.fc Life has written the largest Canadian business of
any Company.
in   1 f.00  the Paid-for   business  o.r
nn.-unfed to   .9,._{i4,_Sf).00���������the largcs';
tlie      Company     .in     Canada.
Paid-for Canadian business ever
secured in
bv any Company
a year
���������This prominence is readily explained, fn The Great-West .l_fe
high interest earnings (7.O.. p. c. net in 1909) are added to low expenses, and the result is���������low rates and unecjuallcd profits to Policyholders.
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for   booklet,  showing  details of these prolits.
o
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voun<r     num.   nav.   ii
ijid her future
no ���������' hildren, and
mv pro|ieriy.
circnim.tauees j
temple*
niiulit
1 I he j
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C. Do Vere. (oo. had dreams of
a dark-eyed girl, v.ho, in rhc shadowy  church, wiih  the    music she
eli-iiK**-' have lempiei.! liim Mien, hai
nol   the  dreit loin-
hid made still vibrating on the ear,
ind   promised
<,!' llu- org.'in .-ii,-i'.i������._ he hado
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.il'n,   and  soori jifiei* h
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wiu-n Miiud-* i'i.u-1 '������������ 1,,M'~],>' Ul(- n;1M!(! wll.i('11 llc
nuiiing .Sab-j *���������'!   I'������d  ������'w,.!1
"i* interview i mc't. lhe\ s;m
bran bath just before retiring _t
night. This not only has a soothing
effect, but incidentally softens and
whitens the skin. To make ihe
ball: buy ordinary bran at a feed
store and keep it in a tin box away
from mice. 'Make a bag of cheese-
Ciill-iciol.li from twelve to eighteen inches
hini- j sipo'ire. -and  stuff-it with-bran  un-
!,,,,._      ||     vr;is not''1' about as  full   as  a  pi no pillow.
thai he should wml/fl'i'i hag is put in a bathtub, half-
l.o   l.)C
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COMPANY,
WINNIPEG.
8 National Life Assurance Co,
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A   RECORD   OF   PROGRESS.
Applications for  New   Insurance  Receive' Poil_ios  Issued, Taken  Up and  Paid for
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'To her niece .Mrs. Kelsey ban
com...liiuicuted the result of her interview with J. L\, and ihat young
hif.ly had fallen into a .violent passion, which merged, itself ut last inlo ;i ilnod of tears, and ended final !y ic. strong hysterics. 'While in
l!'.; latter condition, Mrs. Kelsey
denned it necessary .to summon her
bi'.ither, to whom she narrated the
circumstances of Nellie's illness. To
suv Unit the doctor ( was angry
would Imt feebly express the na-
f his feelings. He had fully
thiii Nellie would be taken oit his hands, iind he had laUcr-
1.- ;i very good reason for wishing
thai   it might be  so.
(.Irov.n-up daughters, he knew,
wvre ;!pf to look askance jilsfep-
niothc.s. and if he should wish to
bring a ii" the r (here. he. would rather'that Nellie should lie out of the
wav. So he railed at the innocent
M-indc. and after exhausting all
(.he maxims which would at all ap-
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President. 1st" Vice-I'res.      ind Viee-I-'rei*.
The Nalioiiul 1/ii'c wants a first-elas.s agi'.nt in Ihis locality lo whom
a lihcrnl eonlrael  will bo. given.
HKAI) OFIICK, ]\ATI0>'AL LIIMO    milTiDIXdl,    TORONTO,   0MT.
8 0  New Health and Strength  for Weak and Ailing Girls  Can Be Had Through the Rich, Red Blood Made by  . Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People.  Dr.  There crimes a lime in the life of  .most ovcry girl when sickne-.s attacks licr.    Thc    strain   up.) i  hcr  blood supply is too gre-at, und Iii. r.  jomes headaches    and    baekathes.  _>������������������_ of appetite, attacks of _i/,"in_,.s  ind heart palpitaLion, and ib gen-  ital .tendency to a decline. Tlto  ii niy thing that can promptly and  speed ily cure tli esc troubles is Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. This is th?  only medicine that actually makes  new, rich, red blood, and ..���������������������������plentiful supply of rich blood is the one  thing needed to maintain the.health  of growing girls ancl women o_ mature years. Tfic truth of this statement is proved in thc case of Miss  Esther I. Sproulc, Tru.mart .illf!,  N. S., who says: "At Iho age. of  sixteen years I left ������������������������������������y country  home to attend high sc1id.i1. The  close confinement and long,' hours  of study nearly broke nie .own. 3ly  blood   supply seemed *..o"fc .  (Jc/lri-  cnt, and I grew pale and depress __.  T was dizzy nearly all tho time, anj  pimples broko out * n jiiv face. I  was altogether in a miserable condition and it seemed impossible for  rue to continue my sin lies unless I  found a speedy cure. 1 tried fever-  al tonics prescribed by the docr.or,  but- they proved useless. My mother urged me to try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, and I finally coru'eii'cd  tt do so. I hod hardly finished the  second box before a cL>angi for the  better took place, and the use of a  fow boxes more'fully vcslorcrl my  health, and I havc since been we'l  and strong. I feel that [ cano >o  say too much in favor of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and'I strongly recommend them to 'oilier tiling  girls." "     ;  _"ou can get these Pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50c.  a box or six boxes fer $*_ 50 from  The Dr. Williams' Medicino Co.,  Brockville,   Ont.  _***_x$a_^$**s*  I HOME. 1  TESTED BECTPES.  One Egg Devil's Food���������������������������A two layer devil's food cake with only one  egg. Take the yolk of one egg,  put one-half cupful of milk and one-  half cupful of cocoa, beat well ancl  put on the stove to cook slow until  a little thick, take off and all one-  half cupful of milk, a piece of butter the size of an egg, one cupful  of sugar, three teaspoonfuls of bak-  jing powder, one and" one-half cupfuls of Hour, sifted twice, make  one-half cupfuls of flour, sifted  twice, make-in two layers. Then  to make filling take the white of  egg left, beat light, take one cupful of granulated sugar, put on to  boil  with   a  little  water;  let   boil  the  and  and  WESTEBJ.   ASSURANCE CO.  Substantial Advances Ma do in Fire  and Marine Departments.  Profits of $383,590 .-27 were made  .by the Western Assurance Company of'Toronto during thc past  year. The company was incorporated in 1857 and since that time  losses of'$52,441,172.4 _ have been  paid. From an inspection of the  annual statement given elsewhere  in this issue the fire premiums  amounted to $2,111,870.9-1. The  fire, losses and other expenses combined made .1,804,997.47, leaving a  profit in thc fire department ef  $246,S82.47. The marine premiums  ��������������������������� amounted to $G98,42G.G1. The marine losses were $490,896.10 and  marine expenses, $155,094.55, a total of $648,590.71, leaving a net profit of _ 51,835.90. Hon. George A.  Cox was re-clocted President and  Messrs Vf.-R. Brock, John'Hos-  kiu. K.C., LL.D., Vice-Presidents.   -*  " j  NATURALLY BASHFUL.  Many happy' marriages have been  made on short acquaintance, nevertheless, ifc is unwise to recommend  very short courtships as a general  rule. A writer in Tit-Bits relates  an instance of the extremely brief  wooing of a certain English maid  who had gone to America. One  morning she appeared before hcr  mistress, and' announced that she  had named the day and would become a wife at the end of the week.  "'Are you going back home,  then?" the lady asked.  "Oh, no, ma'am; it's an American gentleman," replied the maid.  "But," remonstrated her mis  tress, "you've only been here a  fortnight."  A LONG WINTER.   -  If the testimony of one who knows  is to bc credited, life in some of thc  high mining-camps in thc Rocky  Mountains is about as hard as at  'the'top of the earth.  Marshall Basin is a mining region  twelve thousand feet above the sea  ���������������������������a huge, bowl-shaped area formed  bj' erosion and disintegration at thc  summit of a mountain peak, where  the snow drifts and packs remains the year round. A miner  from the place was a witness in a  suit over a title. >  "How long have you lived in  Marshall Basin?" asked the lawyer  conducting thc examination.  "The best part "of one winter,"  was the reply.  The lawyer, who was an old-  timer, would havo been satisfied  with the answer, but the judge,  who was a "tenderfoot,'' broke in  testily:  ���������������������������  "That's very indefinite. "What  do you mean by the best part of one  winter "  "Well," replied thc witness,  slowly and thoughtfully, "I've been  up there about eleven months."  until threads. Then pour on  beaten egg and flavor to taste,  have  you  frosting.  enough    for  filling-  Pigs'  ==^wTlf_fcTn__=TiI_^^  'wedding  to   bc  on   Saturday.'  "But can't you gat him to postpone the marriage just a little till  I can  get  another  maid?'  "Well, ma'am, I'd like to.oblige  you, but, yc see, I don't feel well  enough acquainted to ask him to  do that,"  GGUGHBNG BUBST  BLOOD VESSEL.  Says Djui������������������<.*������������������������������������������������������   Avoided jiikI  Cures  Coughs in 5 Flours.  A writer for the medical press  states that coughing is responsible  for the bursting of blood vessels  quite frequently. A cough or cold  moans inflammation (fever) and  congestion, and those in turn indicate that the body is full of poisons  and waste matter. Simple relief,  as found in patent cough medicines.  HEALTH IOR BABY  COMFORT FOR MOTHER.  The  mother    who lias once used  Baby's  Own Tablets for her  children will always use them for- the  minor ailments that come to all little ones.    Tho Tablets give a guarantee of health to the child,and case  and comfort to thc mothcjl*.   They  cure  all stomach and bowel   troubles,     destroy    worms,    break up  colds,    and   make   teething easy.  Mrs. H. Lavoie, St. Felicite, Que.,  5ttysi___j  have usLed_Baby_',3____0_w_n.  Tablets    for   indigestion, constipation  and  other -troubles with, perfect  results. ��������������������������� I think so much    of  the Tablets that I use no other medicine for my children."      Sold by  medicine dealers  or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Feet Loaf.���������������������������Take six pigs  feet and boil them until tender.  While warm take the meat from the  bones and season with salt, pepper,  and sage to taste, then grind in a  meat grinder; then put in a pan  with a plate on top to press down  wilh a weight until cold. Then  slice and dip in egg, well^ beaten,  and roll in cracker meal and fry in  butter. Tiiis is an excellent dish  for lunch.  Italian Spinach Pie.���������������������������Take leaves  from a peck of spinach, put in a  kettle of salted boiling water, boil  three minute's, strain them dry, and  cu5 up. Add to it six beaten eggs,  six tablespoonfuls of Italian olive  oil,- one tablespoonful of chopped  parsley and garlic, salt and.pepper to' taste. A little grated nutmeg,  Doomed to Suffering  RESCUES BY "F__l_$"  CHARLES BARRETT, ESQ.  Harbor aa Bouche, March 24, 1909.  "I suffered terribly from Biliousness  and Dyspepsia" for fifteen years, v/as  treated by physicians and took many  remedies but got no relief. Then I took  "Fruit-a-tives", and this medicine  completely cured nie when everything  else failed. To all sufferers from 1 ndi-  gestion, Biliousness and Constipation,  I strongly advise them to try this  fruit medicine". Charles-Barrett.  5cc������������������bo_, 6 for $2.50���������������������������or trial box,  25c. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited. Ottawa,  i cup of  "Mix all  in a bowl and pour in a bak-  clish,  ancl bake  one-half hour  slow oven.   It is good cold for  a little onion .puce,  grated panncsan  cheese,  well  ing  in a  picnics and makes a delicious dressing for baked spare ribs.-  Lemon Dumplings.���������������������������Make baking  powder biscuits some shorter than  ordinary biscuits. Place in bottom  of baking  pair three-fourths   of a  cupful  of"  granulated    sugar.  the  __���������������������������   result in more  is    thoy  cause  and whiskey, often  harm than good;  moro congestion. A tonic-laxative  cough syrup wilh work marvels and  here follows a prescription which  is becoming famous for its prompt,  relief and thorough cures. It rids'  tho system of the cause, except it  be consumption. Don't wait for  consumption . to grasp its victim,  but begin this treatment, which  cures sonic in five hours. Mix  in a bottle ono-half ounce fluid wild  cherry bark, one ounce compound  essence cardiol and three ounces  syrup white pine compound. Take  twenty drops every half hour for  four hours. Thou one-half to one  teaspoonful three or four times a  day Give children1 less according  to age.  '".  "" MEAT DISHES^  Swiss Steak.���������������������������Have your butcher  cut a round of steak ono inch thick,  and as 'much as the number you  serve. Season with salt und pepper, pound jjs much flour into the  steak on both side* as is possible  to get in. Have your spider hot  with fryings in it, and put the  steak in just a minute to sear  over, then turn the same, then turn  on water, unci let cook slowly until -fender, adding watcr us it  cooks down in order to havc enough  for your gravy.  Moat- Dumplings.���������������������������Beat ; well  three eggs with a little salt. Pour  inn*, the beaten eggs one and one-  half cupfuls of beef- broth and put  into double boiler. Let it cook till  stiff; when done take spoon ancl  cue littlo dumplings and put in  soup.  Pork Apple Pie.���������������������������Make a fairly  rich paste and line a shallow square  bilking pan. Fill with pared and  sliced apples and add as much sugar as the apples need. Cut two  slices from a pound piece of salt  pork and cut that into thin shavings and spread over the apple.  Dust'lightly with white pepper, being sure that too much is not used;  then cover with paste and bake;  serve fresh and partly -cool, but  ii oi; cold.  grated rind and j vi ice of one lemon,  over this dob thickly bits 01 butter; -and cover with a generous  sprinkle of flour. Place buscuits  on top "of this (about twelve), not  touching, then pour into thc pan,  gently, boiling water until they  swim. This -makes the sauce to  serve with the dumplings. Bake in  a quick oven'. This makes a fine,  tart dessert to serve with a rich  dinner.  Salad Dressing. ��������������������������� Two quarts  cream whipped stiff; then take thc  yolks of six eggs, beat stiff, add .to  them three and one-half coffee cupfuls of maple syrup", four and one-  halt cupfuls of sugar, blend together, and cook until thickens in  a double boiler; then Ic-t got cold,  add this to your whipped cream,  and then beat whites stiff and acid;  put in freezer, using plenty of salt,  iand  let  stand   several  hours;   do  make  not put paddles_in;  over one gallon.  LITTLE HELPS.  To Jicmovc ].u's_. ������������������������������������������������������ Kerosene  poured on a. rusty bolt or screw  that refuses to turn will remove  tliD rust and thc bolt may be unscrewed-easily  ���������������������������  - - -  Tender Feet.---Many persons are  tr.ublcd with tender feet. Thc  following is a permanent ancl ha miles, cure: Boracic acid, two parts,  two parts of magnesia, powdered,  cvio part of French chalk. Sprinkle  in shoes.  Health Kulc-���������������������������V>y drinking a glass  of cold water every morning immediately, after rising and just before retiring this relieves a clisor-  deicd stomach and liver, or the  chronic constipation from whieh so  many persons suffer.  Cooking Help���������������������������Onc-haif hour bc-  foie meal time take macaroni or  rice, in fact, any cereals, cook for  five minutes, then cover tightly, set  in hot water.   It .will be thoroughly  cocked, lighter and nicer than any  other way.  Cleaning Clock.���������������������������Saturate a  piece of cotton as large as aii egg  with coal oil and put on thc floor  of thc clock and close tightly; in  foui or five days you will see the  works clean as new and thc cotton  black with particles of dirt, which  have been loosened by the kerosene  fumes.  Kitchen Soap.���������������������������Take six pounds  of grease melted and strained, one  can of potash dissolved in one  quart of water, and wait until  thoroughly cooled. Add five cents'  worth of borax dissolved in one  pint of water. Mix the three ingredients" together and.stir until it  fudges. Pour off in large dripping  pan ancl cut in about sixteen bars.  The longer the soap stands' the  harder it becomes.  Potatoes.���������������������������To make potatoes  white and mealy, after straining  the potatoes, instead *. of keeping  them covered, which  watery, - uncover and  clown iu kettle until  white and mealy.  Most people understand-that" the  placing of a marble in a kettle prevents furring,  but    few    secni   to  makes them  loss up and  _.���������������������������  become  thev  know that a ��������������������������� U  clean  marble  boiled in milk, .porridge, custards,  sauces, or stews will automatically  cio the stirring as the liquid cooks.  Any chance of burning will be prevented, ancl thus the fatigue of  constantly stirring ancl the cook;s  time can be saved, as by this means  the cook can be attending to several things at, once instead of having  to give her., whole time and attention to one. v  Pressing Velvet.���������������������������Heat a large  flat-iron, turn it .face , up on the  ironing board, then spread a. wet  rag over the flatiron, immediately  putting "the velvet on this face up  jatlyj  <i& of  and brush the nap while the steam!  is penetrating; continue until thej  whole dress or coat is steamed,j  then after the operation hang il"  to dry.    It will look like,,new.  Underwear Help. ��������������������������� When new,  woollen underwear is purchased it  a piece of cotton flannel is ne  fitted and sewed into the seats  drawers and under the ;ir. is .__���������������������������  shirts it will save patching and/  mending for quite awhile, being;  also neater. Any material will dfl-.j  but cotton flannel is both soft aii&\  strong. Sew patch on inside of,  garment with twilled side of goods  down, leaving side with nap to  touch the skin.    -  kitchen . Tabic���������������������������The ordinary  kitchen table is too low for tall  people fo work on. Take four coin-'  rnon doorstops which screw into tho  wainscoting lo.prevent door.s striking the wall, and screw one to.tho  boiton of caclP table leg. This raises thc tabic about three .inches and _  makes it much morc convenient for  thc tall person. Thc doorstops  look, like finished portions of "tho  legs, are neat and could not be detected as being other than" parts  of the legs themselves. They can'  be bought for a few cents and  screwed on in five minutes.;       .:-..'.  White Soft Soap.���������������������������One;can-per--.;  fumed lye,   five  pounds  drippings '���������������������������'-.  or grease,    one-half  pound borax, ^  eight gallons    cold" .water. .-Melt \  grease   or drippings    and    strain j_  when cool enough to bear the hand  in  it,   then  add the    lye" and .stir-  vith a stick until all is'dissolved*}  add  borax  and stir.    When "all ii ���������������������������'.  weli  blended add eight" gallons\6i'.  cold water (hard or soft) and' stii,:  about five or ten minutes.. In.t hre_ ..  or  four  days it will*  be. firm'lik-  jclly, making an excellenty'soap foi -/  boiling clothes, making theni; whit������������������\;  ..'__ sweet.   Also good.for. washing ..-,  dishes arid scrubbing.       -���������������������������    -.���������������������������.'_-"'"  .or.  Th&t  Urn,  ___  - Ch������������������njje that litnpinf, useless horse  inlo a soued, healthy horse; willing  and eager lo do a joort day's   . or__ _  Don't let a Spaviu',- Curb, Splint,  Sprain, Ringbone or any other,!. :_<���������������������������-  ness keep your, horse in the stable.  Cure it with. '      ..__--_ ._-  Kendall's  Spavin Cure  It  cure*  without   le������������������Ti:ig;   a   ������������������car,  . blemish or white hairs���������������������������because itdoes  not blister.  ' Port Kalis, B.C.. June J 1th 1D09-:  "Havc heen iisiiifr your _,;iiiuie_t for.  years and find it all that you represent. .  Haft- not been without it for 10years,"  ; C .ORG . CORDON*'-'   '  ���������������������������Jl. a bottIe-6 for fo.   F._ce!I������������������tit for-  household  __:.   Sold  by  oil  dealers;  Ask for free book "A Treatise On The "  Hors. " or write us for copy. "'  55.  DR. B. J. VS.WDAU. CO. Enosborf Falls, Vt.  _������������������3_E3_H________K_  A flavor...!* used the same 0 lemon or vunjlk',  }3y dissolving granulated sugar in water ������������������a(j  adding Map!cine, n delicious syiup Is made ������������������������������������<_  * a syrup better thanmsii _._ MapJctncU ������������������old bj  grracrs.    If not send . 0c for 2 or. bottle nnd"  "   rccipsbook. Crescent Mg. Co., Seattle, .__,'  In -.-!! cases.of  DISTEMPER,'PINKE .EJiNFI-UENZA,  COLDS, ETC.  of all 1 -orscs, broodmares, colts,  stallions,  is'_to  -"SPOHN-THEM-9?"  on their tonfrucs or in thc icctl put Spohn'.. Liquid  Compound. Give tin; remedy to all of them. It  acts, on Ihtihlood and ..lands. It routs tho disease  by i*.T|)i:llin_r tho dison.su ifcnnb It wards off tho  trouble no matter lioiv th _��������������������������� arc "cxpo_wl." Ah-  Eolutuly free from nnythiiur injurious. A child  can wifely t:i_c it. 500 and $1.00; $5.50 and $11.00  tbo Cozen.   Sold by drugKisU aad harness dealers.  .11  l_i-.ti-M-utor.st  SPOHN MEDICXL CO.,'  Chemists and B a c < e r i 61 o g i s i _  GOSHEN, IND., U.S.A.  1  Ht_8  ���������������������������'������������������_������������������__*  is tSie word te-'reoa&sbcf'.  . vi_sn y ������������������u o_ _d a rcs&edy  d'errii. Porta ble  or Skidded Engine  Equipped with Evaporator Tank.  Designed especially for general Farm  Work  Built in 5 and 8 H.P. Sizes.  Specially Adapted fo_  Work  Cold' Weather.  In  Somi-Portable Engine  Evaporator Tank.  Those   En*, ncs nro the saroo as the Standard   Horizontal    Kvaporator   Kn-  einc.. except that they art'   mounted   on skids   with gasolino tank   placed   in  ���������������������������bnsc of jLhc.oiiEtinc.wlipro it is'woll protected, inakluc  a very   neat,   compaot,  self-contained outfit, ns can be seen from tbe illustration  above  of  t..o I h.p.  Clasolini* Eucino.-   I'leaso cutout this cou^lotoadvertisemor.t andsond forcotalosWJ. 0,^  THE   CANADIAN   FAIRBANKS   COMPANY,   Llmltec^  MONTREAL, ST.   JOHN,  N.  B. -    TORONTO, -WINNIPI0  CALCARY. . VAHCOUVE .  N.l m i. 1   Ann h _ss   SttliAm iSttW*.___������������������ _ ___.   I ������������������������������������* WWfcJ ___������������������_____! .-TCH  17 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 12, 1910  Toothsome  Sweets  Ganong'8 and Webb's  When the name of.' these great  candy makers is on the box,  you know that you are getting  the BEST made. A shipment  of a complete line of delicious  chocolates from both of these  houses has just been received.  Take a fresh box home with  vou and make HER happy.  ENDERBY PRESS  Published  every  Thursday at   Enderby,  .2 per year, by the Walker Press.  B.C. at  Advertising: Rates; Transient. 50c an inch first  insertion, 25e each subsequent insertion. Contract -idvcrtisinK. $1 an inoh per month.  Leffiil Notices: 10c n line first insertion; 5c a line  each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 10c a line. '  MAY 12,  1910  A GOOD APPOINTMENT  FOREST FIRE PROTECTION  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  EXTRA!  Special in Suitings to Order,  In order to further introduce the '  famous "Hobbcrlin" made to order '  clothes, ,v.*e' have arranged with this ;  big Tailoring House to offer Nos. 5S], j  582, 083, 5S4, 5S9 and 593 at $15.00. !  The regular price of these goods has ;  been $22.00. They are splendid '  "Spring Cheviots" in the popular designs and colorings, and equal to  any $22 or $25 suiting elsewhere. It  will pay you to come out of your  way to leave your measure. No such  values have ever been offered in this  town. It is only by "special" arrangement we have been enabled to  do so. Ask to see these numbers  when you come.  Wheeler & Evans  I-loti. Price    Ellison,   chief commis  i  sioncr of lands, has adopted new j  ! regulations for the morc effectual j  ! protection of the forests. With the!  'largely ..augmented defensive force, j  : made possible by   the liberal vote of ;  $75,000 passed at the recent legisla- j  j tive session, it is to be both hoped \  ! and expected that fire loss iu the !  ! forests will    be   restricted to a mini-  i  | mum even  although the present season may bc a dry one.  :    The recent fires   which swept large  ; areas in the face of the heavy winds  ! of a week ago, has demonstrated how  necessary it is   for    eternal vigilance  ' on behalf of the forests' safeguarding.  j    Under the new regulations, the en-  . tire forest   defence   force of the pro-  ! vince is now under the supreme com-  j mand of one   chief   fire   warden, Mr.  IWynyard C. Gladwin, who has established  his permanent staff headquarters at room   39,   429 Pender Street,  Vancouver.   Under Chief Gladwin, the  province is    divided   into four divisional districts, defined as follows:  The coast and northern districts  constitute the first division, which  for convenience has been placed directly under the control of the chief  fire warden; Vancouver Island comprises thc second divisional district,  Wm. F.   Loveland,    of Victoria,  The appointment of Dr. K. C. McDonald, by the Dominion government  as Inspector of Indian reserves for  the interior of the province, will be  received with favor by all the friends  of K. C. in the Okanagan���������������������������ancl he  has many.  Dr. McDonald and Mrs. McDonald  left Vernon for Ottawa last Saturday, and it is understood he will at  once take up the   duties of his office.  There is much    work to be done in  this direction.     In   the past the Indians have been   treated shabbily by  thc    Indian    department.   No  doubt  the    responsibility    rests   upou    the  agent and the . inspector of reserves.  Bc this as it may, it is an encouraging sign to    see    a   man of Dr. McDonald's calibre appointed to the position of inspector.   It indicates that  the department   is   alive to the fact  that something must be done to remedy existing conditions,  and  to give  the Indians   some    chance to become  civilized.   At   the   same   time,   it is  probable the    government is contem-  plating some move that will not only  .aid the Indian   by   taking from him  j some of his    useless land ancl giving  him money in exchange, but will also  assist in the development of the province  by  allowing   white  settlers  to  buy from the Indian some of the land  he cannot use.  <$>������������������������������������x������������������>���������������������������*������������������><������������������<������������������>$>������������������^^ <������������������mm������������������^<$������������������$m������������������������������������^^  Sh  oes  Walk-Over  Hamilton-Brown  "Made Wright"  McCready Classic  Ames-Holden  F. Slater  Every line a leader  in its class  UNIVERSITY    COMMISSION  Mr.  City Meat Market _  having been appointed the divisional  warden; Yale-Cariboo and the-Okanagan form the third divisional district, to which the appointment of  C. J. Becker, of Armstrong, as warden has been made; and East and  West Kootenay making thc fourth  district, of which Mr. R. J. Long, of  Creston, has the charge.  Under the   regulations,    the   closed  season for setting out fires for clear-  The B. C. University Commission  as finally constituted consists of  Chancellor Jones, of the University  of New Brunswick; Dean Weldon, of  Dalhousie, N. S.; Canon Duthie, of  Laval, Que.; Prof. Skelton, of Queens,  Kingston, and Principal Murray, of  the University of Saskatchewan.  ng land commences   from the 1st of  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietory     ;May and   continues   until the end' of    , (     I September.   During this time no one  | shall set out fires for the purpose of  The best Fresh, Salt' and "Cured j clearing land without having first se-  Meats; chicken and Fresh Fish !.cured a Per���������������������������it for the purpose from  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 j ^rty  well-kept.   When you wish a rig i  : the district fire warden or other offi-  jcer for the time being authorized to  i issue   such   permit.     Any   breach of  ' this    regulation   renders    the    party  'guilty of infraction liable to a fine of  | from ?50 to $200, and to a term  of  imprisonment.     It' might    bc noted  that the holding    of    the permit referred to does not render anyone immune from the provisions of the Act  in the event of such fire escaping and  doing damage   to   surrounding prop-  Printed  notices will be posted  from time to    time   by the wardens,  Toronto Mail and Empire���������������������������A most  capable singer is Mr. Barnaby Nelson  with the Jessie Maclachlan company,  whose fine voice; . manner and  straightforward singing gave great  pleasure.     (K. P. Hall, May 19th)  !  Clothing  Only one line-1-  THE BEST  r a      ,        -_  ��������������������������� i   _?      ���������������������������_. i earning the public of the provisions  _cora4?unday^dn-ve;���������������������������speak-for-it i -7-^ ~   early, as my finest turn-outs are  usually spoken for in advance.  Anor Matthews  Cliff Street Enderby  ENDERBY  Hotel  e Act; and'.'a number of notices  especially direct_d to campers will  also be posted up which will bring  home to tlie mind of. the transient  dweller in the forest the duty he  owes to the province ancl to himself  in the matter of exercising all due  care with his camp-fire.  Hon. Mr. Ellison has issued a letter to" the" public;'which "will bc distributed by the fire wardens. It  reads, in part:  "Your attention i.s respectfully di-  The Home Of   the Old-Timer  r(-'c;t0(1 to the   necessity    of guarding  and the abode of the New-iftK"Inst thc l0KS w,,ic,������������������ tilkcs i)lace  Comer. All will find a warm nnnu,,"y inr Lhe( 'lry r80ns of tlle  1 1  ii : 1 ^0i"' from forest fires 111  tlie various  We 001113 at the piOneerhOUSe umb.red portions of the province,  and yOU 11 be made tOleel at! nnd ,lB a resident of the province I  home, 110 matter When yOU'so<* l������������������ enlist your sympathy in the  hanO" UP yOUr hat. 1 work ,)f   forcst   protection which wc  I arc carrying on, in the hope that you  G. E. MANNING, Proprietor wili (]o *n in   y������������������l������������������:  power to assist  ,0111* lire wardens    whenever    occasion  Enderby ! demands and    do    all   you  can from  D_~_T77.r77__ __~_~   i-_t/~. 1 icii   timc lo time to Prevent thc spread of  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH nr.s.  Black Orpingtons  Our large stock gives  you the best in patterns  and style to choose from  We also carry a large range of samples to choose  from, if you want a suit made to order. Fi. and  satisfaction guaranteed or we keep the suit.  Can't oe fairer.        ���������������������������> 0  Call for one of our Grocery Price  Lists. It will save you money.  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  ^ Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  <s>  Cli.iJ. 5iil._,c,| __-,o _-;������������������������������������������������������  Barred Rocks  __**-  Enderby. H. C.  Contractors  __ Builders  Eatimates Furnished and Work Guaranteed  That-dining room floor needs attention. Campbell's Varnish Stain is  the most satisfactory finish for all  floors. It is tough and will stand  the scufi and tread of heavy shoes.  Made clear and in Light Oak, Dark  Oak and other shades imitating natural, woods. Sold and guaranteed  by A. Fulton.  "It is realized that until the sympathies of one and all arc obtained  that measure of protection that is  most desirable will not bc assured,  and as each individual effort, will  add to the sum total, and assist in  the work of forest preservation, I  feel sure that this appeal will not be  in vain."  Live your life indifferent to the  scorn of others, or follow the others  and   secure    the   scorn   of   yourself.  wfmk  '���������������������������:^_^^--/^:::*-i������������������r      ,vrtCTi:' ��������������������������� -^  _ _ ,.-_.<.<*��������������������������� S-u.  ? ~-~ '-_... Co. .rich.   100.  _f_a^WvZ_i"Aa*-3Ti 11_,c_ _...  Black Minorcas  POULTRYMEN: These are samples  of our poultry cuts. When you want  the right kind of printing, come to-  THB WALKER PRESS,  Enderby, B.  0.  Lumber  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.  I. s; GRAY, Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice) Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Prompt   attention given to  orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,  Variety.  ancl House Plants in  We can   still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  cut at the present time  on  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Prompt attention to all customers  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams. * n_ __*__>. nt*. _r_nrM������������������._ >i<u_tr______ .M__*n C_9  T?'  Thursday, May 12, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Re-Organization of  Fruit Growers' Association  Mr. R. M. Winslow   sends   the following  circular  letter  regarding  the  B.   C.   Fruit   Growers'   Association.  It is of    great    importance to every  fruit grower in the province to place  himself in   the   way   of   getting the  best ancl most   reliable   information  obtainable relating to the fruit growing industry, and the Government is  doing its share to make it possible.  It   but   remains   for   thc   individual  grower to do, his.   The great need of  this industry at the present time is a  greater   knowledge   on   the    part of  all our    individual    growers,   of the  problems of   transportation, marketing   ancl    distribution    of   our   fruit  crops, and   a   greater   realization of  the essential value of a broader understanding, and hence more co-operation between our fruit men.  . It is the great aim of the Provincial Association to give the growers  just such" information, and to create  in our province   an    organization so  strongly supported by the individual  fruit growers that it may materially  help to    solve   the   problems of uniform marketing,   better  grading and"  packing,   better transportation  facilities, more effective distributions .1; d  better prices realized to the producer.  Every   fruit   grower    should   make  himself familiar   with   the objects of  the organization as noted in the appended letter, and become a member  of the   Association,   so   as   to ?la^e  himself in a   position   to   receive all  the assistance the Government is prepared to give.   It is an easy matter  for the Government to prepare to assist this as well as other branches of  farming, and it is a very easy thi i;*  for the farmer engaged in any branch  of the industry to partake of the assistance the Government prepares to  give, thus   reaping   great   benefit to  hkiself and the industry of which Le  is a part.   But   it   is, unfortunately,  just as/aasy for all the efforts of the  Government to be lost, if each individual grower does not do his part.  ,We have hundreds of men who have  put their all into fruit trees, and are  working like Trojans to make a success of their undertaking.   It is th. .  men who will quickly grasp the,, -p-  portunity of   assistance the   JdWii-  ment is giving. .. The   circular letter  reads as follows:  "The re-organization of the Provincial Fruit Growers' Associati.-i,  during the    conference of representa  tive   fruit   growers   recently held _<t  Kamloops,     will    result    in     great  benefit to   the   fruit   growers   of the  province.   It is essential to the .success of the industry that there sho.i <1  be some   common   ground   on \v_m_i  fruit growers   can   meet   each other  and work out the problems involved  in producing a uniformly high-grade  fruit,  properly packed,  and distributed by efficient    transportation facilities to the best markets.   This  Association is   intended   to bring fruit  growers   together   on   such   a   common basis, for   mutual    aid and assistance along   the   lines involved in  better marketing of our fruit.   It is  thus really an educational force, but  it is to be valuable also in securing  supplies   at   lowest   prices( send for  price list   to   the   secretary) and in  bringing   the   greatest   force to bear  in transportation problems.  "The work of the Association for  the present season will be along the  following lines; .*������������������������������������������������������  1. A price list of supplies will be  sent to members. .This can be used  to secure good supplies at the lowest  prices. >���������������������������,. y. . ,-}  ��������������������������� 2. A list of the wholesale and retail distributors'of our fruit js being  prepared for distribution in the next  few. weeks. - ...  "  3. Crop reports of the province  ana* of our competitors, sepeci.ally  Oregon, Washington and Ontario,  will be distributed, monthly or of-  tener, if deemed advisable. The Association is issuing'a list of shippers  and shipping associations of the province -for distribution among the  wholesalers. If you are not included,  kindly write, stating amount of fruit  available.  4. The Board of Agriculture has  kindly consented to give the Association the use of the weekly reports  of market Commissioner J. C. Metcalfe, and, these will be sent by wire  of letter to. affiliated associations and  individual members.  5. A monthly crop and market report of the world's fruit will be published.  6. Any fruit . growers' association  in the province may affiliate on payment of a small te.,' and thus secure  the benefits mentioned above. ��������������������������� Tf  your district has no local association  and needs one, the officer of the Association , (Mr. F. D. Nicholson, of  Salmon    Arm,   for   the   district   in  cluding that section about Bnderby)  will be glad to help you start one on  the best basis for success.  7. An annual conference will be  held next year at Victoria, to which  all members are welcome. This conference will be of great value to all  fruit growers.  "Anyone interested in fruit growing can secure the above advantages  by sending one dollar, the annual  fee, to the secretary, Mr. Winslow.  "Because of the purpose and aim  of this Association, it is the privilege  ancl duty of every fruit grower to associate himself with it, and do his  part in making it a success. The  advantages of membership outweigh  immensely the cost of the same.  Every fruit-grower should use his influence to '���������������������������Wake the Association a  valuable on'.y'  '  >{\    R. M. PALMER,  '������������������;   President,  Kamloops  R. M. WINSLOW,  Secretary-Treasurer  Department of Agriculture,Victoria.  ���������������������������   ���������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������������������������-���������������������������-  Hazelmere Poultry Ranch  White Holland  Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  ,   White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes aro 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.  ^  *_       >y  MILK VS. BEEFSTEAK  Chief Commissioner of Dairying for  the Dominion, says in his report to  the Dominion government, that milk  at 12c a quart is equal in food value  to one pound of beef steak at the  prevailing price. In other words, if  we had to pay 12c a quart for milk  such as the Glengarrack Dairy delivers in Enderby, it would be as  cheap in food value as beefsteak at  15c a pound.  Every time you say a good word  for your town, you say one for yourself    . ,.  School Shoes for  boys and girls must be  made of solid leather-  sham .won't do where  strength is essential.  Then, too, they must be  comfortable, foot-conforming, wear-resisting, weather-defying  shoes, for the healthy,  hearty school boy or  girl steps on something  besides carpet floors,  and therefore needs not  the finest, but the best  fitting and the best, and  year in and year out you  will find this in the  Ames-Holden School  Shoes���������������������������Shoes built for  hard service.  3.  ���������������������������������������������_  '������������������������������������������������������_  ASK YCUR DEALER FOI  AMES-HOLDEN SHOES  A SQUARE PEG  in a Round Hole  You may be alright, but if  you are in the wrong position  you are likea square peg in a;  round hole. . You want a position where you fit.  This paper is read by intelligent business men, and a  Want Ad. in our classified  columns will reach them.  mfazi4frt-������������������.������������������'���������������������������y*__a_.  *0������������������pyr._ta_ IU. br U   W   HrC". _.  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.  OVER 68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE.  Tf.  ��������������������������� AnyoMi  Trade Marks  . DESIGN���������������������������  Copyrights 4c.  t ��������������������������� -ketch mnd description may  our opinion free who''   I'M probably patentable.  Comi   tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent*  . Oldest agency for secunngpal  quickly Moertaln our opinion free whether au  Inrentwo- _ probably patentable.  Communlca.  tent fr������������������������������������. Oldest agency for securing patents.  PattaU taken through Munn & Co. receive  tfds* _������������������__, without charge. In the -  Scientific American.  A htndtoiMly Illustrated weekly. largest c*r-  cnlsltoo of any aclentitlc journal. Terms -for  CsatAs^pM a year, postage prepaid...Sold by  all nt wedealen.  ~l*T  ost Captiv  clflll  een  ''���������������������������^<<u:^'*-icr>::::,^<$  -.       ���������������������������      __><__;*'__*_*   -.".^������������������������������������������������������^ .*, ���������������������������  .?���������������������������_*.  ���������������������������* ������������������������������������."���������������������������"/ '"J- Vv���������������������������  'V',V<; . ..���������������������������v_-;  Most delightful:  Comedy clean,  Girls as bewitching  As ever were seen.  RICH IN  THE CONFIDENCE  OF THE PUBLIC  f >-���������������������������"���������������������������/.-���������������������������;/ -^'rt_E  /', &*���������������������������������������������{>&**$������������������!  <'������������������\?,,tfyf SiW_  IT TOUCHES THE HEARTS  OF  ALL  IT HAS STOOD THE TEST  OF YEARS  .-J.   ���������������������������-"._     '       ,0./  V'        >        ���������������������������.>,'.���������������������������/.'&  .-.' SV -   ^ ���������������������������-���������������������������>(��������������������������� ^. ;^w^  . .'��������������������������� W "JC\.M&. .:'-.**>.^<V.*  .' .,    .   :������������������������������������������������������'  .���������������������������_?__���������������������������'.     , \_    _'_. -  ��������������������������� >.>���������������������������������������������%'  ��������������������������� jC-S w.  'w..^.���������������������������>y_^__s,,.  THE JUVENILE  TONIANS  E. P. Hall, Enderby To-morrow, May 13th  Seats on .ale at A. REEVES.   Engagement Extraordinary ,   Do not Miss It.   Twenty of the most bewitching little girl artists ever gathered together in one company ��������������������������� THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY '  Thursday, May 12, 1910  :_$_*__<$_*> _������������������x������������������x������������������x<x������������������x������������������x������������������<������������������__  <<&<$&<$&$���������������������������_>$���������������������������>).'���������������������������?>* <&fr&^/?>������������������$>^ &$<$<^<^&$<t><������������������Q^^ <$X^X*X$X������������������*$X*>^^  For Quick Returns  the time to buy property in the Enderby  district is  !  *_^_^_^_^_^_^$^^^$^ <8x$x$xS>������������������>_h$x^> ,-S^^ ^S^e^S^S^S^.^^^ <Sxjx*xSxS*S>������������������xmx^^ <$>������������������<g>������������������__3$������������������$������������������$������������������_>'$  LOST FORT FOUND.  Priests   Discover   St.   Charles,   Established by Young La Verandrye.  Tlie discovery recently by a party  of Jesuit Fathers from St. Boniface  College, Manitoba, of the site of Fort  St. Charles aiul the bones of the  French voyage.*rs who founded it,  opens an almost forgotten page in tbe  history of Canada.  On June 8, 1736, Joan Baptist, de  Verandrye. the 20-ycar-old son of the  -M . a t=e-x-p! oi-e-rH>iR 11���������������������������d e-1 a=Verand r-yo.  Father Anlnean, a Jesuit missionary  and nineteen Fivnch-Canadian voya-  peurs, were murdered by Sioux Indians on an island in the northwest  angle of th_ Lake of the Woods. The  memory of this lonely tragedy has  been solemnly preserved by the Roman Catholic Ohureli throughout the  long years that have passed away  since. Periodical attempts have been  m..do to identify the scone of the massacre.  Naturally these attempts were for a  long time casual and primitive, but  during tho past quarter of a century  the explorations havo assumed a more  systematic and persistent character.  But it seemed as if tho lonely spot  whore tho. Sioux arrows sped on their  cruel and deadly- Might was resolved  to keep it.** secret. I.xpnditinn after  expedition failed entirely to .obtain tho.  slightest elue. and hope after har><\ had  ��������������������������� tn be given up as vain. But knowledge grows from mure to more, and  with the discovery in Parisian archives of documents and maps connected with the travels of la Verandrye tot. .hor with a sensational discovery made twenty years, ago by two  Jesuit priests in a remote French village, hopes of finding the exact scene  of the tragedy grew stronger.  Fort St. Charles was located on the  northwest angle of the Lake of the  Woods about fifty miles from Bau-  dctte. The searchers also discovered  the skulls of ID voyageurs and the  skeletons of Father Aulneau and Jean  Baptiste de la-Verandrye. all of whom  were massacred bv the Sioux Indians.  MARTI MAS' VICTORY.  Ten Years Ago Canadian Horse Carried Off Futurity.  The running recently of tlie Futurity race at Slioepshead Bay, Now  York; recalls the fact that ten years  ..... .. c'-mudiun c-vr.ner won .the stellar  event in the horse world with the justly famous Martimas. by Candlemas,  jut of .Biggonet. It was William Henri ric who~.ent the horse to the post.  Thc colt was one of the cheapest ever  purchased at a yearling sale. Mr.  Hcndrie bought- him for $450 "on his  looks/' and against the advice of the  people in attendance at the sale.  Trained "in the snow," as Mr. Hcndrie expressed it, Martimas developed  into a great youngster, and galloped  off with the great.prize just a decade  ago.  In that particular Futurity the big  "field "ri. naiiied one "MuT=a_i"d^twenty--=  three minutes at thc post.  After thc big event Martimas developed into a swerver, and was disqualified in the Flat hush stake, run a week  after  the Futurity.  Thousands of stories have been writ-  ton regarding tho conditions that ruled in these two big races. New York  critics declared that there was a gigantic Canadian conspiracy under  wav to makc a big olcan-up, and for  th. first time in his professional career Christopher Fitzgerald's honesty  was questioned, and this by The New  York Tribune. Mr. Bowes, tho critic  who made the accusation,.subsequently apologized.  IKDIA .. NAMES.  What Somo of the Common Western  Appellations Mean.  So many places iu the west boar  the historical Indian names, both eloquently descriptive of some marked  natural condition which impressed itself upon the notice of the red men,  and at the same time euphonical, that  the interpretation of some of thc more  prominent .may bo interesting:  Winnipeg���������������������������Tho muddy water.  Minnesota���������������������������Slightly   whitish   water.  Minn .tonka���������������������������Big water.  Minneota���������������������������To bc drowned, or to  drown.  Mendota-���������������������������The mouth, or the mouth  of a river.  Manitoba���������������������������Spirit, ghost or anything  unnatural.  Omaha���������������������������Up stream.  Chicago���������������������������The wild onion or leek.  Idaho���������������������������The light on thc mountains.  Manitnu���������������������������The spirit, bow.  Minnehaha���������������������������Laughing water.  May  Save   Fort   Maiden.  Residents of Essex County may be  asked to supplement a grant from the  Dominion   Government   for   carrying  out a movement, originated by Mayor  Hough, to establish a national park  on the site of old Fort Maiden. The  Government has already been asked  to include the Amherstburg landmark  in tho scheme for the purchase of the  Quebec battlefields, and it is expected  that a grant will be made.  Karl Grey looked over thc property-  while in Amherstburg and expressed  thc opinion that it would be a pity  to allow it to be effaced. Mayor  Hough estimates that the entire property could be purchased for $2!..000,  nnd that an additional sum of about  . 10 .OOO^rn igh t^-be^requ i r cd-4o=4ay���������������������������it=  out as a park.  Butter Export Small.  Thc Wedded Co.'s colonial da.iry  produce review states that the Canadian butter export to Great Britain  was thc smallest known since 181)5.  Three years ago it reached its highest  level, 15.1-15 tons. Last year it fell to  1.SG2. The quality again showed an  improvement over the-previous year,  as refrigeration on board the steamers  to the United Kingdom and on the  landing wharves here is now perfectly  up-to-date. Canadian butter -ought to  further improve in quality and bring  higher prices in the English-markets.'  Premier as Sunday School Teacher.  Mr. Asquith has promised to open  a bazaar at an early ri'ite in connection with Union Chapel, Islington,  where as a your'j man he was a Suji-  riav sc'nool teacher.  If you want to  Buy, Sell or  Trade  A   FARM  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A BUSINESS LOT  or A BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,  Vcraon, Victoria,, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Eldernell Orchard Mara, B. C  Finest in the Country  ' 'Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the snow of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now owns one of  finest brick hotels in the country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  6'cMKpwhlch^isl.^^  (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King Edward Hotel, L$JmmY Enderby  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A Life Iniuranee polity k) tht Royal Iniuranee Oo.  of Liverpool, Bits,, U ��������������������������� valuable amt A plain,  (tralghtiorward cantMat, leaving no room for  doubt as to Its value.  Ttie Liverpool _ London & Globe Im. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. o. London."    "'  Britinh America Assurance Co.  Royal Insurance Goof Liverpool (Life dept)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee A  Acddent Co., of Canada.  DILL BLOCK, ENDERBY  ENDERBY   BRICK  THE BEST BRICK IN THE PROVINCE.  Specified in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke Station. A large stock now  on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small quantities. By far the cheapest  material for a substantial house. Cool in summer; warmin winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance. ���������������������������  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co.  Enderby  HAY  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50 J������������������,  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  Boost Yourself  by  boosting the  district  '_*;-2_  .w _  w  Ir.-  Vt     <->-_���������������������������  r.._M  *'���������������������������_.___ *t_. *������������������������������������*_������������������ V-i&TI . __ ic ������������������������������������_i  $?  T hursday, May 12, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  iv -  r  King Edward VII.  Lies Still in Death  The British world was startled by  the report, late Friday evening, May  Gth, that King Edward-VII. had ("led  at 1_:_5 p. m. in Buckingham Palace  of bronchial pneumonia, which developed from a cold contracted a few  days previous.  Prince George, of Wales, immediately upon his father's death became  King. The initial act of the new  ruler was to telegraph to the Lord  Mayor of London the announcement  of the King's death. Thc telegram  follows:  "Buckingham Palace, May 6.  "To the Lord Mayor, Mansion House:  "I arri deeply grieved to inform you  that my beloved father, the King,  passed peacefully away at 11:45 tonight. (Signed) GEORGE."  In an instant the news that all  England dreaded and which had been  looked for all day by the attending  physicians, was flashed throughout  the country. Wherever the telegraph  wires would carry it, the word went  forth. The word reached Enderby  shortly after 5 o'clock, and in a  few minutes the flags in the town  were hoisted to half-mast- and the  church .bells were tolled. The report  came as a bolt from the blue, and a  cloud of gloom shadowed the community.  There is no doubt that the King's  death was hurried by the political  - troubles ��������������������������� through which the Home  land is at present passing, the illness  from" which he has been suffering for  more than a year being aggravated  by the trying situation. It .was,  however, only three days before his  death that his condition became really serious.  Th King returned to London Wednesday after a stay of several weeks  at Biarritz, and it was at once evident to all his intimates that his  visit there >to regain health had been  futile. Several alarming reports were  sent out" from Biarritz during the  King's stay there, but official denial  was given them, and the nation kept  in ignorance of his real condition until the return of Queen Alexandra  from her Mediterranean cruise. His  failure to meet her at the railway  station, as had been his custom for  years, gave the first inkling of? his  real condition. Then it was learned  that he was seriously ill in Bucking  ham Palace and that specialists had  been called in to .attend him.  The announcement of the end which  came through the newspapers shortly  after midnight was quietly received,  and was quietly discussed by the late  theatre-goers.  The body of the dead ruler was laid  in a chamber in the northwest wing  of the palace, which was brilliantly  lighted. The rest of the great building was entirely darkened. The departure of the Prince and Princess of  Wales and other members of the  royal family soon after midnight was  the first intimation to the crowds  outside the palace that the King had  passed away. The Queen and Prin-'  cess Victoria remained in the palace.  Hcr majesty and other members of  the" royal family and four physicians,  had been at the King's side throughout the day. Between 9 and 10  o'clock His Majesty* rallied slightly  and seemed to recognize his family.  Then he lapsed into unconsciousness which ended in his death.  The scene, in Buckingham palace  throughout the day was extremely  sad. Not'only members of the royal  family and court officials, but the  servants were weeping bitterly when  it became-known that their sovereign  could not long survive.  It is. said the last" words of His  Majesty were addressed at 5 o'clock  to Sir Edward Laking, his body physician, to whom he said:  "I know this is the end; tell the  Queen."-  ���������������������������  The Queen with Whom  a Stricken Nation Mourns  Barb wire  $4.ZO hundred  Nails, $3.75 &  ROYAL FUNERAL MAY 20  The official announcement is made  that Friday, May* 20th, "will be the  date on which the funeral of King  Edward will take place.  The body of the late King will  either rest in St. James' Chapel or in  a mausoleum to be built at Frogmore  near that which Queen Victoria erected for herself and consort.  IN TIME OF SORROW  Queen Alexandra has conveyed to  the President of the United States  this message, in response to the condolences conveyed, by the President in  behalf of the American people:  "The President, Washington, D.O.:  "I am deeply touched by your telegram, and I ask   you to convey my  ���������������������������EstabHsHed.817"  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits, $699,969.88  Honorary President,  Rt. Hon. LORD STRAT HCONA, MOUNT ROYAL. G. C. M. G.  President, Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND, K. C. M. G.  Vice-President and General Manager.   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTON. Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St. E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS.BANK .DEPARTMENT S^fi^^M*  Branches In Oka_a_an District: Enderby, Armstrong, Vernon, Kdo . na and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON, Esq., Manager. Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Enderby  Photo, by Lafayette, "Co6<__  QUEEN ALEXANDRA  The Sweetness and Charity off England's Queen  Queen Alexandra, whom Dean Stanley termed "the angel.in the palace,"  has for over forty years endeared herself to the hearts of the British people  since 1863, when a girl of nineteen in her quaint, little, old-fashioned poplin  frock and shawl, she landed at Gravesend.as the bride of the Prince of Wales.  Her early life was passed in extreme plainness and simplicity, because  of the smallness of the family income. When she was born, her father, thenl  Prince Christian, had no hope of ever being King of Denmark, for his relation to the reigning,king was so distant.' He had nothing but his .military  pay and his wife's modest dowry. The life in their home, the Yellow Palace  at Copenhagen, was'pretentious-only in name. The daughters, Alexandra  and Dagma, who became Empress of Russia, wore garments of cheap material cut in the'plainest style. -   *   _-  When Alexandra was seventeen, the Prince of Wales, while speaking'to  one of his friends, jestingly asked to see the portrait of his sweetheart. Inadvertently the wrong picture was handed to the Prince, and instead of the  face.of his friend's fiancee, he saw the likeness of "the most beautiful woman  in Europe." The future king of England promptly fell in love with the portrait which led to his marriage two years later.  Tbe simplicity of her early years has ever clung to the Queen; though  ' in the court she has not been of it, and for society "she has cared little. Her  home circle has been her throne, where she has reigned with sweetness and  love. Her kindness, gentleness, tact and generosity have been always at the  call of need; and since she went to England bas been instrumental in raising  or causing to be raised over $250,000,000"for charity.  In one of King Christian's weekly letters to her, he wrote that an elderly  lady-in-waiting to the"late.Queen of Denmark was dying, and that her one  wish was to speak again to. her dear "Princess Alex." At that time it was  impossible for Alexandra to leave England, but a long tender message of  love and hope spoken by her into a phonograph, -was sent by special courier  to Copenhagen. Its arrival' a short time before* the aged lady's death made  her last hours serenely happy.  At Sandringham she led the life of a country lady, finding her pleasure  In her children, the house, the grounds, her pets, and in ministering acts of  mercy. Serene, gracious and beautiful, her life has been quiet, though with  ��������������������������� thread of sorrow running through days of seemingly golden happiness.  heartfelt thanks to the- people and  the Government of the United States  for their sympathy in my irreparable  loss and sorrow.  (Signed) 'ALEXANDRA."  GEORGE V. PROCLAIMED KING  _  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  (14758)  Imported Direct from Scotland last Fall, and won Cup and  Grand Championship at Seattle & Victoria Exhibitions  Pedigree���������������������������Marcellus Junior (14758): Bay; white face; four white  legs; foaled, April 23, 1906; bred by James McGaw, Stranraer,  Scotland.   Property of the Stepney Ranch, Enderby.  DAM SIRE  Marcellus [4683] (11110)  Melanie [16612] (14685) Lord Stewart   5976] (10084)  Nina [16613] (8673) Macgregor [44 6] (1487)  Nance [4700] (573) Farmer [3056] (286  Lily Garibaldi (318)  Will travel and stand for service as follows: Monday morning, leave Stepney  Ranch; Enderby, noon; over night and till Tuesday noon at Hazelmere ranch  (Mr. WaddelPs); Enderby, Tuesday eve.; Wednesday morn., leave Stepney  Ranch; Armstrong, noon; Knop Hill, (Petrie's Ranch), over night and till  noon Thursday; Armstrong, Thursday night and Friday morning, returning  home Friday evening via E. W. HartwelFs ranch.  Terms: To insure, $25.00; reduction made on three mares and over.  London, May 9.���������������������������With the time_.  honored ceremony of a most brilliant  and most impressive character,  George V, this morning was publicly  proclaimed King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland  and^the^Britis h=-Dom inions-=Beyond=  the Seas, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India,  Sharply at the stroke of 9, four  heralds arrayed in mediaeval uniforms of scarlet heavily braided with  gold mounted the balcony of Friars  Court at St. James' Palace (where  Queen Victoria presented herself to  the people upon the opening of hcr  memorable reign) and blew fanfare  through their long silver trumpets.  Thc precincts of the palace were  crowded with a mass of people, many  of whom could secure but a glimpse  of the proceedings. The balconies and  roofs of the ancient palace, which  had been draped, were reserved for  the nobility, all of whom were in the  deepest mourning. Members of the  royal household, the ministers and  their wives and high officers of state  all in brilliant uniforms, were gathered around the court.  Sir Alfred Scott-Gatty, Garter  King-at-Arms, with the Duke of Norfolk and two officers bearing staffs of  office, stepped to the front of the  balcony ancl in a voice which could  be heard across the court and in the  streets adjoining, read the proclamation while the great throng stood  uncovered in a drizzling rain. The  Duke and Sir Alfred then called for  three cheers for the King, and the  people responded with fairly deafening hurrahs, which were silenced only  by the reappearance of the heralds,  who sounded another fanfare.  Thc distinguished company continued in their positions until the peo  ple having concluded the singing of  the National Anthem, turned toward  Marlborough House and renewed  their cheers for the King, a glimpse  of whom was caught as he stood at  the window with Queen Mary at his  side. A" moment later his majesty  lowered the blinds.  - According to a circular issued from  Marlborough House last night the  designation of the new Queen will be  Queen Mary.  _Queen_Mary __is ..credited _.with. great.  Strength of character. She is deeply  religious 'and has a love for charitable work connected with the church.  She has always been "Princess  May" to her people. Her name is  Victoria, Mary, Augusta, Louise,  Olga, Pauline, Claudien, Agnes, and  she was born May 26, 1867, when her  second cousin, Prince George, was  two " years "old. Her- mother, thc  Duchess of Teck, was universally beloved as Princess Mary of Cambridge  and she read her daughter in all the  best traditions of the country. The  mother once refused the crown of an  empress, a.s that would mean her departure from England, and she once  said: "I would rather be a Princess  of England than have any other title  in the whole world."  The new Queen has inherited a patriotism almost fierce in its intensity.  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To-day it is strnight, honest effort  and "the know how" that counts.  When yqu invest In an OLIVER  TYPEWRITER YOU ARE TAKING  THE FIRST STEP THAT LEADS  TO SUCCESS.  SUCCESS IS STAMPED UPON  EVERY MOVEMENT.  WHY?  Because, hack of every movement  there is MERIT.  MERIT success and it will be yours  and you will MERIT success if you  place an OLIVER IN YOUR HOME.  17 cents a day will pay for it.  Write The Oliver Typewriter Co.,  Chicago, or call at The Walker Press  and see the machine in operation and  get particulars. ��������������������������� *���������������������������  F. T. TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Reps red  Rear Evans Blk Enderby AUSTRALIA'S BIG TREES  EX C _ E 0   F AM 0IIS   'it E I> W 0 0 srS  or CAi-irosiNiA.  Jarieiis.   of Eucalyptus art^so Hard  ���������������������������    Thai Thoy Defy Decay  When  I'mler Water.  instances there was such a great  lack of forest trees .if general utility. In California its timber i.s being extensively used for telegraph  poles, railroad ties, for fencing  purposes, and in the manufacture  of somo kinds of furniture..  "Some of the specie., of eucalypti*, are much more valuable than  o'lhers. There is also a great diversity both in their appearance  air! worth. One oi* the most valuable i.s the Eucalyptus margin a la,  popularly called tiie Jarrah wood.  R p,rows to a great size and its  timber i.s  so bard that it is found  Thar,   the-    tallest  -trees    in   thc  world   _;.   not the  California "big  trees"  at all,  but    the   Australian, ,,.���������������������������..  oncalvntus,  svill    he   _    surprise to I to r_e ospecia. _;'valuable m_ the eon  mam'Americas, but not. to  those | ^n.etion  of ^wharves,  as  it  resists  who'have    visited     the   furesis    of   the attack ot .sh.p worms and boi-  .ust.ilia.     In  lhat far-away  land, I ���������������������������  ������������������-l������������������at are  so destructive, to or-  JHE WIVES OF GREAT MEN  GENIUS CHAFES UNDER WEB-  DEI) JJIJSS.  Lady Lytton'.. Opinion (if Iter Hus-  bami���������������������������-Other Notable  Cases  Cited.  "Xo sun warmed my roof-tree;  the marriage was a- blunder; she  wan nino years my senior." Seldom  di 1 the last of the great Victorian  novelists, Geo. Meredith, refer to  hi.s first marriage, in 18-1!), with  Mary    El lew;    Nioholls,    widow    of  in circumference. The larger unes  are practically of no use for eom-  mereia-l purposes, as the expense  of ending them down and splitting  thorn ui> is s:o .i'���������������������������1* l'iat these monsters are passed by the thrifty lumbermen fur the .smaller ones that  are more easily handled. This  iniVrmalinn we glean from an article bv Fdgertun H. Young, on "The  Tallest free Tliat Gruws,'^ which  appears in tiie National Geographic  Magazine (Washington).   Says  Mr    Young:  ���������������������������'The I. tcnlyplus amygdalina. i.s  the tallest, if not perhaps tho largest, tree that grows. Specimens  over -ion feet high are frequently  found, while some have been .measured towering up to 410 and '180  fort. Thc timber of these great  specimens is oa._ily worked, and, as  it docs nut warp readily, is much  used in carpentry.  PLATFORM   AT   P.ASIL  ihe  iim-  "(ln illustration) we sec  methud adopted by lhe skilled  born-en uf Australia in felling the  _i*calyptu.s trees ihat are not too  huge' for their purpose. The but-  k... of the eucalyptus is generally  so gnarled and twisted that lhe men  eon sir net a rough, but safe, platform, averaging from 1_ to '-'0 feet  from the. ground. Here, with their  great lung-handled axes and saws,  they wnVk and toil until the giant  tree, that perhaps for over a tho  sand  yc  a species of manna���������������������������a hard, little,  sweet substance���������������������������i.s obtained in  considerable quantities. As an antidote against malaria and as being  valuable in warding off or dissipating malaria in regions where malaria- abounds, the eucalyptus has  obtained a. considerable reputation."   .���������������������������^   KILT- AT  .VKi) 1)1 NILS.  Throw!up; It i.s (he Cause of Many  Serious Accidents.  People often talk about the dan-  Meredith died, in 18G0, this great  writer enjoyed some twenty years  of much happier domestic life with  li.iss Vulliany, a lady oi* French  decent, whom hc married in 1SG-1,  and who died twenty-four years  ago.  1 _ USK IN' S M.ISTAKE.  Several other men of genius contemporary with George Meredith  had reason to regret the matrimonial yoke. John iLiskin, for instance, after falling in love as _��������������������������� boy  with, a beautiful French girl, whom  he wooed    with   poems, romances,  iv-  in-  ar-  )'ied at  the age of twenty-nine,  a  lady of great beauty. Euphemia 0.  Gray, uf a family long intimate wiih  the Ruskins.   Thc marriage, we are  told,   was arranged by the parents  of the couple, was a. somewhat hurried act, and brought no happiness  witli      ratal      results - iiapponcu   iQ ^^    Ruskln wag (mmul,sotl in  through nee  being  liirown.  issued  h[. giudics and ,jrojcc^  whilc his  a  decree  entirely  prollibiting    the  custom  from  being    observed any-  j/eopie oner. lauc .looi.. u,e u<m- ^ an(] muie worsM     rocc  gcr ol  throwing rice  at  wedumgs. ���������������������������      nQth[       -n        ]v but ch]U  Occasionally a bride or bridegroom diivercncc and livclv ,-idicule, m*  will  ask that thc custom snail not    .   ,    ,   .,     oM     ,. ,.���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������,.,.���������������������������;������������������������������������������������������  be observed.  Eut in Germany they-have gone  farther. The reigning Duke Leopold Frederick of An halt, noticing  that in his capital of Dessau several serious accidents���������������������������some of them  wiih      fatal      results ��������������������������� happencr.'  where in  his dominions.  Pcople say that his example will  very likely be followed by thc mitt... of other German States. And  the Kaiser himself has written to  Duke Leopold, warmly approving  h.i*i action. There may even be an  Imperial decree prohibiting the  throwing  of  rice at    weddings all  nless  .(, perhaps for over a thou-   tnrowing  ot   rice at    whuu-iij.  ..irs has lifted  up  its head j over the    German    empire���������������������������u  ��������������������������� _!!'*_!,.     .......1,1     1 _ ���������������������������_      _.____._. ii ______      fin     ni.     1  111  h.-ii.  land of.-, almost  pcrpetua  Eunshinc, is laid low.  ������������������������������������������������������From (another) illustration . . .  w can form some idea of the magnitude of one of these giant eucalypti^ trees. In a great cavernous  i.>pe_iug in its side was suflicicrit.  ror.:u for a commodious kitchen,  wilh all of its appliances, for the  accommodation of Lord  Hopctoun  this would be regarded as an indiscretion on the "Kaiser's part!  Of course, the custom has been  Hi/-- cause of many serious accidents  at weddings.  fi. England, not Jong since, a  bride and bridegroom were just  stepping info their carriage, amid  a shower of rice, when some of the  h}. irp.   stinging  grains  caught  the  Governor-General of Australia, and  ear of one of thohorses.    lhc ani  hi. suite, during one of  the visits  to one of  the regions  where these  gi.anlie trees abound in the State  of  Victoria.  ���������������������������'The ouoalvpl.tis tree is a genus  of trees and shrubs of the natural  order of Mvrtaeea, embracing about  ���������������������������]._.)  species.    All but four of thorn  arc   natives of Australia,  and Tasmania only.    The eucalyptus trees  ma I bolted, and hi.s fellow promptly  followed his example.  The bridegroom was half in the  carriage and half out. He fell as  ihe vehicle started off and was  dragged along the ground for several yards. The- bride was thrown  out of the open door. The coachman leaped from his box and was  ...... _._,._ seriously  injured,   ancl     the   niac'A'-  ."_Jil___f._nl.in..many  pans of jicncd horses finished up by dashing  _" int*) a wall, sniashulgHiic caTriagi.  Lo pieces and injuring themselves  so sever'.*ly lhat they had to be  shot.  I.ul.  even without serious  affairs  svmmelry and   0f   Ihis sort rice is    not  the. most  Australia Unit, over vast areasThey  are practically  Tin. ONLY TIIKES VISII'.LK.  Thr.   fael   ihat   the  fully developed  I.e.  laet  arc  a. Kl.tuiy o  hr-auiv robs tlie great Australian  wooded regions oi that attractiveness and charm  wife was devoted to society, and six  years after thc marriage she left  him. obtained a- nullification under  Scotch law, and ultimately became  the wife of John "Everett Millais.  Then there was George Frederick  "Watts, the famous ."loyal Academician, who, when hc was forty years  of age, married Miss Ellen Terry,  who was not then out of hcr teens.  As might havc been anticipated, the  union of two such artists, only one  of .whom was permitted fo pursue  his art. was  TEMPTING DISASTER,  and after a short time the marriage  was dissolved. Subsequently Watt's  married a Scotch lady with whom  he lived for years in great happiness.  Tragic in the cxercme was the  marriage of Carlyle to Jane Welsh,  whose heart had been given to Edward Irving; but the gifted orator  was engaged to a. Miss Martin, and  wa.. held to his vow. The absence  of love, coupled wilh Van bad temper and irritability of the famous  historian, led to much unhappiness  both for himself and his wife, who  confessed that the years were to her  the "bitterness of death."  "Most of us have read of the tm-  7 oi Ui 1 iatc "unicm"ol~l^ll^B^i1Sr"tt)=  Miss Milbanke, the only daughter  and hei res"- of Sir .Kalph Milbanke,  a wealthy baronet, and how, after  the birth of a child, Lady Byron  went fo her father and  refused to  flung at one.    If the grains strikr  which    give  suehjti,..   f.iee |,h. y sting like���������������������������like any-  pi, HMiiv and' delight,  to  the   prim- hiring.   ]f they work down into one's  ivd fun sts uf America.'" " 1gai-meiits--and  they  usually   chr ���������������������������  One st,.. big c!,aru-t-*ristie of 3(. ������������������������������������������������������ Uhcy arc extremely uncomlorlable  ,1|rv;1,,ticsofthe,cucaly,!tus. we I    And  when  a    honeymoon  couple  '.    i   1.1   U lint    while thev .In n**t j a it trv.ng to pAss themselves .11 ah  Z>\ !h."i.   l''-;*   '������������������!'i ^^    '.n-i married folk oMong standing, and  pleasant thing in the world to haye j rc.|urn |0 ]1(M. husband. Subsequently a formal deed of separation  was signed. Then there was Shelley, who married tlie sister of a  . ;hool-fcllow without   being reall.v  rend nor do I intend to read that  wretched book; and ybu may rely  upon it, if you have found any sense  within the covers, those pages are  no!; by the supposed author." (The  author in question was Lady Pul-  wcr.)  And Lady Lytton did not miner-  words when speaking of her husband. She never neglected an opportunity to tell all and sundry  what her opinion of hini was, so  much so, in fact, that people who  were inclined to sympathise with  her in the first place ultimately changed their views and opinion.^  as to who really was the cause of  this matrimonial' failure.  MOVING PICTURE SHOWS  THK  _ OJtHYMM).._J'yr.KK.  Will   !) .1 _rniiii.   the.   Weight, of a  Ship's (j.-riv..  Shipping circles have been interested in the remarkable invention  of an Italian engineer, Lmilio di  Lorcnzi, the function of which is to  ^determine accurately the weight  of a ship's cargo. Thc device is extremely simple. In thc centre of  the vessel is a cylindrical chamber  extending from a point below tho  light-loadlinc, which denotes . Ihe  empty vessel, to one above the  maximum leadline. In the chamber is a float or aerometer, the upper end ol which is connected with  ono extremity of a lever, while the  other end acts upon a steelyard  similar to those used iii ordinary  weighing-machines. The- float-  chamber is connected by some suitable means with the water in which  thc vessel is floating, so that thc  water-level within the. chamber  may always be at the same level as  that outside. When the vessel is  loaded or the cargo discharged,  this action brings .about a more or  less immersion of the float, thereby indicating fluctuations in thc  weight of- thc cargo. These differences are recorded on the steelyard, and show tbe weight of the  load taken on board or removed  from the ship. It will be seen that  by this ingenious arrangement thc  ship is really converted into a gigantic weighbridge, and thc apparatus is so sensitive, that it will  notify the weight of a. person stepping on or off the ship. Thc device  is applicable to any class of vessel  from thc barge to the gigantic  liner, ancl in every instance will  perform its task with remarkable  accuracy. The aerometer, which is  the '''mainspring" of the apparatus,  has to be specially designed in regard to its external shape and so  forth for thc vessel upon which it  is installed, but* otherwise all the  parts arc sfcandaulized. Once set,  the machine can never become deranged, and varying densities of  the water do not affect the accuracy  of its readings. The device was  thc roughly tested by the Italian  Government, ancl the readings were  found to bc so correctly given that  the Customs were authorized to accept any readings by poihydroniet-  er This is a vital consideration to  shipping-men, for there is . difference of '200 per cent, in weighing-  dues at Italian ports in favor of this  instrument. To the captain compelled to coal abroad it acts as an  _ n fa-M i bl e -oh eek=. i po n=JJ u .^qu ______ v  l!r-ir bark in b>:i  jn-   Ira,*.e_   which  ..ppci.ranee.  contain  a   volatile  oi.  .,'ith a   .iU'!r aromatic tests,  whieh  "is used as ii remedy fur various di.-  ' eases.  "Tiie Kuealyptus globulus, goner-  ���������������������������filU* called tlie blue gum. from its  'b'h-i'sh-grenn   leaves,  is the vanci-  ,.,���������������������������.,.-...,   ower or tell-tale rice, descend-  a\e  a leathery ! u\- from a  pocket    or a suddenly-  strii)- every yivir. ia  tl  ie  whole  in love. He separated from his wife  ami ultimately married a second  fin.'.., after his first wife had committed suicide by drowning herself  in the Serpentine in Hyde I'ark.  LOUD LYTTON'S CASK.  Iii the annals of Hoi-attire, how-  e\cr, it would be cliliicult to Iind,  even in fiction, a morc amazing example of enmity between husband  and wife  than   that which   existed  ma  an i.  if  most successfully.- grown in Califor-  U;  has also   been  introduced  nourishes    in   .India,    Natal,   ....    . ,    .  ,   .  F.gvpl,    Algeria,    and    in    various !a  wedding luck-brniger is  parts'of  Southern  Furope   and  in  Eon'ic other-warm countries. It can-  no. stand the frost, and so must be  clashed among tropical   trees.  Fer-  oniv in the States uf .Honda  J i a )i-  and California c*  .ui we expect to see  opened  umbrella.,   _.  .how-, away, the result is embarras-  sin ..-  Nor nre its drawbacks appreci-  ablv less when, as with the lady in  tlio well-known juke, the rice is  boiled bofore use, especially when J between Lord Lytton and llosina  people, forget, as she did, to lake j Wheeler. a beautiful Irish girl,  it out of the basin before throwing J whom he married in 18:27, despite  that's frivolous.* hiee as! {.ho protests of his mother, .'it'was  a very a most unhappy marriage, and even  or  the separation  in    1S.G they  of coal delivered to thc ship, and  its utility is still further increased  by the fact that in the event of the  vessel so equipped springing a leak  it will instantly notify thc captain  by ringing an electrfc alarm-bell.  Being inexpensive and easily fitted,  it should form an indispensable ae-  to the up-to-date ship  3IAMr  FATAL ACCIDENTS   IM  PRODUCING TIIJKM.  Thc Sad Side of Cineinatftgraphfl-^  "Dramas in Bcil  Life1' arc  Too Heal.  I:i order fo procure accurate rc-  reseufations of "dramas in real  life" by cinematograph, it is sometimes necessary for the operator to  run considerable risk-���������������������������risk whicli  more than once has ended in fatal  accident, says London Answers.      '  One such tragedy occurred near  Cioyderi in April two .years ago.  Thc picture wanted had to represent the action of a brave and intelligent dog bringing aid to his  master, a ganger, who had been left  unconscious across the metals by  some train wreckers, whom lie had  interrupted as they were placing  sleepers on  the  line.  The scene chosen for the enactment of the tableau was a quiet siding outside Stoat's Nest Station.  anJ all went well until the engine  came along. Thon. owing to ������������������  misunderstanding, the driver did  nofc pull up in time. Thc unfortunate man representing the ganger  was caught by a- flying sleeper and  suffered such injuries that he died  a  few hours later.  IDEALITY   OR   ACTING 1  One day, in June last, the steamboat pier at Bcllevue, near I'aris,  was thc scene of a really horriblo  tragedy of a similar type. On ono  of the scenes enacted before the  lens of thc cinematograph camera-,  a suicide is supposed to fling himself into the river and drown. Thc  actor chosen to play the part was a  well-known acrobat named Ofcreps.  At thc appointed moment ho  jumped far out into thc Seine, and  struggled and shouted in so tensely realistic a manner that.thc crowd  who were looking on, clapped their  .hands-and cheered. Presently he  sank, but as this was part of the  -'business," no one was'surprised.  Seconds grew to a- minute. Ofrcps  did not reappear. There were  shouts for a- boat. Men pulled out,  but there was no sign of thc poor  fellow. It was not until an hour  later that his dead body v/as recovered. Hc had "been sci/.cd by  cramp, and shouts for assistance  had been taken for .clever acting.  It was another French film company which accepted for reproduction a scenario called "Thc Lover's  .Revenge.'' in which a runaway  horse llings itself over a precipice,  and some employees of thc company  wore instructed to obtain such a  picture. Will it bc believed that  these ruffians actually brought an  old blind horse, and harnessing ,it  to a light cart, flogged the animal  until, in its pain and terror, "it  dashed away and actually Hung itself over a cliff three hundred feet  high on  to  the rocks below'.  The blackguards were arrested  and fined three dollars-each, this  by French law being the maximum  penalty for the offence of cruelty  _ o^iuiii mils     _>  quisition  ���������������������������_   StTKKSTITlOX  W MAST.  doubtful blessing.  ONK OK Til Ii OTHE1L  Have you ever run into someone  iii tho street, and then dodged from  it in ..r. ..tion In this country ; yet Us... to side for half a minute, vain-  ililiuii .h it:, introduction into Cau  referred to one another in the most  embittered tones.  One day, when Lord Lytton called  at a 'eertuin house, he found the  mistress deeply engaged in a book.  What have you got there that in-  !ly  endeavoring  to ' pass,   while   the j (...rests   vou   so  much?'''   he   asked.  forni _ has been of'but recent date, iofher "person,'by some Grange  fa-1 " 'The School for Husbands,' " she  "      .;,]���������������������������,. to that State has ! (filily, blocked vour every move by ; answered.      "You  don f    mean ,o  dor_l.lt-.   Its growth! trying lo pass you in the s. me way  r\\  already it* v;  been very eonsideraDic.     ��������������������������� -,  here has   been  so  rapid that trees j  ������������������F 'ho Lei in hoh'U and over a foot j young man the other day.    iie ana-i on such ...  ?n   .li������������������!m������������������r.ir   have  developed   fron,!?-. nice young lady  had  been gomg but 1    assure   you, Sir Edward, I  the small planting of a dozen years  '''.ay."   lie  replied,   "that   you  con-  ,.mi  so  rapid that frees;    Such  was  the    experience of    ajsider  life long enough to  waste it  ��������������������������� ....        I..-.     He ancM on such unmittgal-r-d trash'.  li.  It.    r/;,.d  growth makes  it  A VALUABLE ACQUISITION  sev-  lin_  through  this   performance  for_  oral   seconds,    when    his unwi  viva-vis stanfi-ered him hy saying:  "Well,  hurry up!    Whicli is it Lo  to   thus6 lands  v/her**   iu .so  many  be-a v.:*.K/. or a two step 'i  cons'dcr it very clever, very smart,  and witty. You should look at if  again, r.xxd you would discover thai  you havc quite misuppreeiatcd it."  "Ho,   thank   you.     I   havc   neither  _ii.idi.iils in Lives of Native   Mom  ol' India.  Since the case of thc .Maharajah  of Nepal, who, as recently told, followed ancient Indian tradition despite his European education in distributing to-the'poor-his own weight  in gold in order to. liberate himself  from a vow, another striking instance lias occurred of the power  of Eastern, custom over Western  conventions.  Last month Viceroy and Lady  Minto gave a great state ball at  Calcutta in honor of the opening of  the new Council. Among the 1,500  guests present there was a Maharajah of high caste wlio ventured -to  dance, with the wife of a British  General. For this sin, the touching  of the bare arms of a white woman,  tho Maharajah has been condemned  bv his priest to a fine of 10,000  rupee's and to undergo a course of  punncafion, consisting uf morning,  midday and evening baths every  day for three vnonths.  Algy���������������������������-"Myrtle, what are your  objections to marrying me'."  Myrtle-"! havc only one object-  fion, Algy. I'd ha-ve to live with  you."  -   SAVED BY A  CAMERA.  Speaking of animals, Mr. V..  Martin Duncan, the well-known naturalist, has had many adventures  whilst taking living pictures of;  wild animals. Once he had creeled  his cinematograph apparatus in a(  tiger's cage in Carl Hagenbeck's;  gTcat zoo at Hamburg wheu one.  of "the tigers lost its temper, gave  a- furious growl, and went slap at  him. Fortunately, the camera was  iu the way. This the brute knocked  down and seized, crunching it to  pieces between its long, sharp  fangs. Naturally. Mr. Duncan lost  no time in escaping from the cage.  Other naturalists who have risked  their lives to secure a photograph  of a charging wild beast are AM r.  Edward Preble and M r. -Ernest  Thompson Set. n," who recently,  journeyed to the Great Slave Lake.  The party sighted a musk ox, a  big shaggy brute, with wicked red  eves. ...  "Now," said Mr. Preble to Mr.  Seton, "if you'll touch thc button,;  I'll-do the rest." He stepped for-,  ward, rifle in hand, and Mr. -Sc-j  ton followed with lhc camera. Tho[  moment thc musk ox saw thcni,j  down he came.  The plucky man waited till he was,  within fifty yards. Then the camera, began to click. At twenty  yards Mr. Preble's rille spoke.  The fierce brute crashed dead ab.  M**    Seton's very feet.  Hostess���������������������������"It's beginning to rain.^  You'll get wet. I think you'd bet-j  |,er stay to ��������������������������� dinner." Departing.  Gucr.(.-"Oh, dear, aa  rainim  \  cptii ���������������������������������������������"���������������������������_,  It'a  ������������������_(?  i-'l  so badl*? as all thai."  %; &  PILES CURED at HOME by  New Absorption Method  If you suffer from bleeding, itch:  ing, blind or protruding Piles, send  me your address, ancl 1 will tell  you how to cure yourself at home  by the new absorption treatment;  nnd will also send some of this  home treatment free for trial, with  references from your own locality  if rccjucsfed. Immediate relief and  permanent cure assured. Send no  money, but tell others of this offer. Write to-day to Mrs. M. Summers,  Box   P.   7*20,   Windsor,  Ont.  PHILOSOPHY.  A man's life,is infl .enced most by  his unspoken thoughts.1-  v-  The demand' always exceeds the  limelight supply.  Use thc safe, pleasant and effectual worm killer, Mother Graves'  \Vcrm Exterminator;"* nothing  equals it. Procure 'a bottle and  take it home.  CAUSE OF ECZEMA EXPLAINED  Genus Fcsfcr in thc Skiu and fllood  Curcs arc impossible.  After years of debate medical authorities are now agreed that Eczema and other skin diseases arc  nofc seated in the blood, but are  cause", by germs in the skin. Myriads of microscopic animals gnaw  the flesh just below the epidermis.  Thc patient is perfectly healthy, it  is only thc skin that is diseased.  Hence, scientists are now agreed  that you must cure the skin through  thc  skin.  The medicine must; be in liquid  form in order to penetrate proper  1  tiie  DEFINED,  what is meant by  an  able  "Pa,  speaker?"  "An able speaker, my boy. is one  ..'hose words come faster than his  ideas."  as salves    and    ointments clog  pores without  reaching the inner skin.  Thc remedy that will search out  and destroy the disease germs, stop  the itch and soothe the healthy tissue is that mild, clean compound  of oil of wintergreen, thymol, glycerine, etc., known as D. D. D.  Prescription. '  The instant you wash with this  soothing liquid you" will Iind thc itch  relieved. ���������������������������= Wc positively assure  you of this.  Write the D. T). D. Laboratories,  Dept. W. L., 23 Jordan St., Toronto, for a* free trial bottle, and  prove it yourself.  For sale by all druggists.  GAVE HIS WEIGHT IN GOLD.  Indian Maharajah Helps Poor   According lo Oriental Custom.  The Maharajah of Nepal, one of  Ihe great Indian,, semi-dependent  princes, who is an honorary Major-  General in the British army and a  D. C. L. of Oxford, and has translated several English military  works into his own language, is  siitl Oriental enough to havc conformed to an ancient' Indian custom, that of giving away his own  weight in metal for distribution  among the poor.  The Maharajah is enormously  rich, and it was his weigh, in gold  that went to enrich an enormous  crowd of beggars and pilgrims al a  holy place named Patshupatmath a  few weeks ago. When Indian princes make a vow, for example on the  recovery from some great illness,  they liberate themselves from it by  a. ceremony which is called "Tula.  The person weighs- himself in gold,  ov if not very-rich in baser metal  or-even grain, and the amount, is  given to the poor. . .  The gold in this case was instantly bought up by jewellers, and thc  silver coin paid for' it was distributed among." the populace, who  were also fed and clothed by the  Maharajah.  Plain Talks to Women.  f INJURIES & SKI?. SORES-QUICK CURE.  ���������������������������A little child ran crying to her  mother the other day 'with a  nasty flesh wound and asked far  ZartfSuk. -~*      %.  There lies a more powerful argument for  Zam-Buk than even tiie scientists caa bring.  The child had had Zam-Buk before, and  knew it eased pain and healed.  Zam-Buk works in two directions. Prevents worse results from a skin injury or  skin disease (such as festering and  blood poisoning) while it repairs the  damage already done. Zam-Buk is  entirely herbal, is pure, contains no  trace of animal fat or mineral coloring.  Surest-and quickest known healer..  FATHER AND SON BENEfiT.fROM USeTdrfHIS BALM.  I   OWE MY LIFE TO GIN  PILLS.  If yon want to gee a happy, woman,  Just call on M.rs. .Mollie Dixon, 59 Hoskiu  Ave,  West Toronto.  ".After    ten    years    of    .u fTcrinjr    from  Kidney   Disease, I believe I  owe my life  lo (Jin Pills.     Before  I' began nsinc Gin  foils   my   back   ached   .o   much   that   I  tould   not put on    niy   shoes,    but   after I  taking three   boxes    of   Gin    Pils    theec !  troubles are all gone. It.is  a  _>lea. ire for j  _e   to' add   one more testimonial to the  fraud reputation of 'Gin Pills.' ".  Mrs.  M.   Dixon.  30e. a box, 6   for   $2.50    at   all. dealers.  Sample free   if  yon  write Rational Drug  Jt.    Chemical    Co.,  (Dept.  W.   L.) Toronto,  Dut.  GEJttlAJ.   SAVJNGS  DEPOSITS.  Some .striking indications of thc  German workinginen's prosperity^  are contained in the Prussian savings bank statistics. The deposits  in the kingdom, which comprises  only two-thirds of the empire,'totaled ������������������2.3!_,_o6._00 at the end* of  100b. Deposits during that year  wci*c $112,500,000 morc than in  ]')07, and the excess of deposits  over withdrawals amounted .to $30,-  000.000. The greatest increase .of  deposits over withdrawals   was reg-  A LITTLE COLD.  o* Mr. Wnltar Adam .177R*ilw.yAT������������������..,  Str ._<__, ������������������_���������������������������������������������:���������������������������"Mj wa, William,  wkilo playing barefooted about ths bock-  yard, out bis littlo to? on ths th&rp edca  of a pioca of tin." Tl_������������������ toe wage at _ti_������������������  first joint, and almost severed irbm the  foot.- * My wife hurriedly bathed it with  warm water, afterwards applying some  lint thickly spread with Za_-__tk. The  healing bans quickly ehached the low of  blood, eased and soothed the pain, aad  prevent. 1 iufl&mmatioaaod mere serious  results. In a few weeks Zen-Buk  he .led the wound so nicely that air son  was able once more to ������������������_ about, and also,  to wear bis shoes wit.ioat the slightest  inco_v___r.es.-���������������������������-Not only is Zam-Buk  valuable for wound, and c nts, bsi _ need as'  an enbroeation, I have also found it  effective for rheumatic pain*." ������������������,'..,  Z_n.Bs_ cures catatonia, e crw_a,rtn_w������������������___  uletis, e_i crick*, and til ������������������!_rn disAnwa   Dra*  ____** ff0"*' BOc ***��������������������������� ������������������ F������������������s������������������  _������������������ boa ������������������__.  Suk Oe., T������������������*_ to, .or price.  He caught a  That  Nature furnishes fresh air. to be  wseu. .   - -  - .  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  The  ���������������������������'.iv. 6f the  x   .   . Trial Proves Its Excellence  'bo: _ testimonial one can  , virtue of Dr. Thomas' E.lcct-ric Oil  in  the  treatment "of bodily  pains,  *i\. coughs, colds  and affections ofthc  respiratory organs, is a trial of it.  If not found the sovereign remedy  it is reputed to be, then it may be  .    rejected as useless, and all that has  been said  in its praise denounced  as untruthful.  istered in lhe heart, of industrial  Germany, the l.hinc province and  Westphalia contributing ,._9,750,000  and $15,000,000 respectively..   .  Have you tried. Hoiloway's'Corn  Cure? It has no .equal for r'emov-  iog these-troublesome excresences  as��������������������������� many have testified .who have  tried it.  little cold���������������������������  was all.  So thc  neighbors sadly said,  As they gathered round'his bed,  When they heard that he was dead.  Hc caught a little cold���������������������������  That was all.'   (Puck.)  Neglect of a cough or cold often  leads to serious trouble. 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Try It in  Tour Eyes aud in Baby's Eyes for 6caly  Eyelids and Granulation.  "What's the matter, my little  man?" _'*Boo-oo ! On_Q_o_f_m,y_,teeth  has trodden on my tongue."  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������������������������Theodore Dorairi. a customer of mine, was completely cured of  rheumatism after five years of f-ni!Tnri_ji,  hv the judicious uso of JHNARD'S LINIMENT.  The above facts can bo verified by  writing to hiin, to the Parish Priest or  any of his  neighbor...  i.   COTE.   Merchant.  St. Isidore,  Que., 0H_  '?8-  Missionaries tn All Lands are friends ot Pais-  tiller. Hundred* o.Jetters testify to the fact.  For accident's and uiidiieii emergencies, such as  iprains, cutii and brniso . thoy tind it invaluable.  _vo"d sub-ititiitas, thoro i.i but oue " Painkiller ',  -Perry Darin'���������������������������2_c and 60c.  The human race produces a hero  fov even* occasion.  ."Only One "liROMO QUININE"  That is I.A.ATIVf. RKOMO QVFMNJt. 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Hi*. .Morse'a Indian Hoot Pills are  purely vegetable, freo from any  harmful drup. pnfe and sure.  When you |pel the beadaehe coin-  intr take  Dr.   Morse's  Indian    Root    Pills  "I am so glad your sister enjoyed hcr visit.to" us, Mr. Smith."  "Oh, well, she is the sort of girl  who can enjoy herself anywhere,  you  know."  Ment_ A������������������������������������r Month a cold stlek . and ������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������������������������������������������*������������������  tear holes in vour throat. Are you aware that  evon a stubborn and long neglected cold ia cured  with Allen's t.nng Balsam? ������������������  Socialism is a riot of hope on rejected reasons.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  She���������������������������"I'm going  to cook dinner  to-dav   myself,  like, "dear?"  and pickle's!"  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It exerts a  soothing influence on the air passages and allays thc irritation that  leads to inflammation. .It will subdue the most stubborn cough or  euld, and eventually eradicate it  from the system, as a trial of it  will prove to you.  "Do you think he is really in love  with you?" asked Maud. ".I don't  know," answered Mamie. "Hc says  he is, hut- his letters don't sound a  biL silly."  TO CUR P. A COM) IN ONI: DAY  Tako l,.\X .I'lVl. r.llOMO tViiiibi. Tablot.  I>ri .. ������������������t*. lefmi'l m>nify it it fail1* to o'lrn. K, W,  OIIOVE'H "itiialuie U on e.icli box.   :Ho.  Blind, Bleeding, Itching, '  Protruding- Piles i-u!cklj���������������������������  and per inniiently euro J bj  the most scientific ami economical rcmed]  LYLE'S   COMMON   SENSE   FOR   PILE!  Price    S1.00-C    for    S5.00.   mnMrd  on  rw  ceipt of price.  LYLE   MEDICINE   CO.,  718  Queen  West, ��������������������������� TORONTO  ^B2_SS_EEa_______e___^^  j    LA GRIPPE  i Arrested, and Consumption Cured  j       Mr. CD. Co! .=11,01 Walker ville, Ont.  j    wa_ slrt:ksn down wilh La Grippe in 1906  j   an'J it left him in very lad condition.   Mc  ;   j-tyj: I w?.8 all run down and botderinR on  j   Consumption.    I could notslcrp ttn'glils,  lm J ewfulsweat������������������, and coughed ntaily the  v.Jsols tim..   Thi* is how I was -.hen 1  tegan to take Psychine, in a low n.ivouj  tt_ _; but from lhe f.r..t bcll'.c I hegnn to  improve.   It did marvel, (or me _ndl.ou_hl  me bac!. to hcilth in no lime, ma .inp, a nsw  man ol me.    It fortifies the body against  ths sttacks of La Grippe nnd i; a sure | .e-  ventaiivc.   I always like Psa-chinr i! !������������������.el  a cold coming on and it puli mc rigls; in  no time."  NO HOME SHOULD  RE  WITHOUT PSYCHJNE  F������������������r Silt by ������������������U Dru_ l-'i mtl Ddilcrt, C-Oc. & 51  bottle.  A. SL0CUM  LIMITED,  T0R0HTO  PRONOUNCED S'i-KEEN  ^__%f_S_^2S_i________SS__ THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 12, -1910  D  PROFESSIONAL  R. H. W. KEITH,  THE LAWES ROAD  SITE  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, ���������������������������) to 5  Evening, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Or. Cliff :<_<! Gen .re'Sls. ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Last Saturday morning a committee consisting of Mayor Bell and Al-  ! dermen Hancock, Blanchard and  j Evans, went over the surveyed road  j opening up the Lawes addition. The  1 road commences at the north corner  I of the Sutcliffe property, on High  ! street,'arid skirts "the hill at an easy  GLENMARY IMPROVEMENTS  i  Settlers in the Glenmary district  three miles northeast of Enderby,  are doing splendid work this spring  in the development of their holdings.  Chas. Garden has built an addition  to his residence and erected a stable  of the modern frame type.  Geo.  Bucknell   is   doing    extensive  Barrister, Solicitor, j grade until it    reaches Lawes street,   clearing on his homestead.  Notary Public, Conveyancer, jFrom this point it proceeds along the j    The Carson brothers have taken  etc.  up  I brow of tlie   hill   overlooking one of ; two quarter-sections,    and   arc crec-  Offices. Bell Block. Enderby,B.C.  SECRET SOCIETIES  FRED. II. BARNES  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Endorby Lodt.c No. 40  Regular meetings first  i'hursi!.iy on or after the  full moon at S p. m.'in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  J.C. METCALF  Secretary   J. 0.0. F.  -~#   Eureka Ledge, No. SO  Meets every Tuesday evening at S o'clock, in 1. O.-j  O. F. hall,  iMotealf block.    Visiting brothers al  ways    welcome.     J.   A.   McMorland,  ItOL.es. Sec'y. E. J. Mack. Treas.  N. G.,   A.  the prettiest valleys in the district,  and gives a magnificent view of Enderby and the valley to the north.  There is but one switch-back on the  road surveyed. There are but few  fills necessary, and these the deepest  of them not more than 8 or 10 feet.  The road was laid out by Surveyor  Williams. From the point of commencement ta the end, at the MofTet  property, it is on an easy hill grade,  jiiot morc than. 10 per cent, and. tra-  j verses a property that one day will  bring fame to Enderby as a fruit  orchard.   The property owned by Mr.  1  ^$&m  ENDERBY  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  Moffet,, and    which   he is desiring to   ~~ I'get access to, lies almost on a level,  LiOiJtjiii' with a convenient rise to the. south,  *&t>  in K. of P. Hall.    Visitors cordially invited to attend.  ROBT. _ . BAILEY. C.C.  C. E.STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R. J. CO I.TART. M.F.  K. of P. Hall is the only hall in Enderby suitable- i  for public entertainments.     For rates, etc.. apply . the  to- K. P. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Enderby  PRICES  ��������������������������� and, judging from the heavy growth  , of poplar, birch, cedar and pine now  I in evidence, it should make ideal  j residential     orchard    property    when  cleared.     Few men of Enderby know  extent of available land there is  _. in  the   Lawes-Barnes   additions.     In  order to realize what it would mean  I to Enderby to have this property  j opened    up,   one   must   go   over the  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring ��������������������������� ground,   investigate   thoroughly   ail.  the ideal orchard and residential  sites, and then compare it with other  suburban property' in other cities  where, without' one-half the natural  advantages to start in with, districts  of great importance have been built  up'and are prospering.  The committee   made a careful in-  jvestigation of the   route, and agreed  that the road would be of great importance to this locality if the funds  Mills Co., Ltd., To-day  Moffet's Best Flour, $1.65 49-lbs  Three Star Flour, $1.55" "  Drifted Snow Pastry, $1.55 ''  Whole Wheat Flour, $1.55 V  Graham Flour, - SI. 45 "  Rolled Oats. $.85 per 20-lb sack.  Four Star Chop, $1.60 per 100 lbs  Per..ton, $32.00  Three Star Chop, $1.55 per 100 lbs  Per ton, .31.00  Bran: $1.05 per 100 lbs.; ton, $21'jwerc available to build it.  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs.  Middlings. $1.20 100 lbs.  Oats, $1.20 per 100 lbs.  Oat Chop, $1.30 100 lbs.  Wheat, $2.15 per 125-lbs  Barlev, $1.20 per 100 lbs.  Barley Chop, $1.30100 lbs.  Whole Corn, S2.00 100 lbs.  ting buildings, and  clearing.  Geo.   Sklllcn   has    built    an   18x20  [frame house, and is clearing.  Gilbert Mohr has finished a comfortable frame dwelling.  Thos. Skelcs has added an addition  to* his residence and is clearing.  This activity is largely due to the  government having built a passable  road  to- the    homesteads  mentioned.  A similar condition of development  might be reported from thc valley to  the south of Glenmary, where Jas.  Ellison, P. J. Frei, and others, are  developing homesteads. But the development work here is slow, owing  to the. promised road not being built  by the government. These settlers  find it diflicult to get lumber to their  holdings owing to the road difficul-  culties. Mr. Ellison and Mr. Frei are  doing the best they can under the  circumstances, but find the lack of a  road a terrible handicap. Their  young orchards are doing splendidly,  and roots and vegetables grown by  them are record makers. They are  endeavoring hard to get thc district  road master to open up thc road.  CREAMERY  AT SALMON ARM  $24  $26  $40  $24;  $24 i    "'       Indicative of    how    closely the de-  . partment at Victoria keeps in touch  {with the, agricultural conditions of  ! the various sections, the following  j from the Salmon Arm Observer is of  j interest to our agriculturists:  "R.    W.    Hodson,    provincial    live  to  Salmon Arm this week.   As this gentleman  himself    says,    someone   was  ind  kin(1 enough to   send   him a copy of  , the Observer in wliich a report of thc  and he  Cracked Corn,$2.10 lOOlbs.  Northern Spring Seed Wheat $41 j .   ,  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00!StOCk commissioner,  was a visitor  Timothy Hay, "   $21.50.  Upland Hay. . "   $16.50:  Also a full line of Rolled   Oats  Wheatlets for table use.  Free delivery to any part of Enderby  Terms: Net Cash xoith order  Glasgow Herald���������������������������In his line Mr.  Craighall Sherry stands alone. His  "Erchie on Bazaars" was really  clever, as indeed was everything he  did.     (K. of P. Hall, May 19th.)  Alex. Duncan received word this  week of the death of his cousin, Jno.  Duncan, at Blacke, Man.  Grandfather's chair is looking shabby. It can be brightened up and  made to look like new* by applying a  coat of Campbell's Varnish' Stain.  Very easy to apply as it works freely  under the brush and dries without  showing laps. Try it. -Money back  if not satisfied.     A.  Fulton sells it.  The Columbia Flouring Mills  Company,   Ltd.  Enderby B C.  I wish to call your attention  to the large line of Furniture,  Linoleums, Carpet Squares,,  Bug's, Window Shades and  House .old-Furnishings-I-have  in stock. Have just added  another car-load of new goods  to my already large stock. If  you want anything in these  lines call and see my goods. A.  few prices will convince you  that you can save money by  dealing with me:  I _"'ss-(T tt Stand,  u.-ik-finish,  from $15 to S2R  Siilt'l-'Kirds. ��������������������������� "       " 15 to  4(1  l.xti.n-'ion Tablo:n.     "       " 0 to   2~>  Dining Chairs, all  price:'  from  75c to $5 each  Ip'ii licds & Spn'iiK . from .-fK.50 to <"25.  Mn-tP.'ssi-..   from  ������������������������������������������������������.50   to  17.0(1  Parlor Tables-nnd Stands, 1.50 to 15.00  W.   T. HOLTBY  Furniture Dealer and Undertaken*  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  creamery meeting was given  ; came up to see if he could be of any  ' assistance. After having gone over  the field and interviewing' different  I dairymen, Mr. Hodson says he is  more than satisfied that a creamery  should be started here. Government  assistance will be given if there are  400 cows, and our visitor was certain  there was at least GOO in this district  =--I-n=.pIaGes=-w-here-=condit-ions^for=ilajry^  ing were much less favorable than  they are in Salmon Arm, co-operative creameries have been started  and have proved a financial successr.  as a business undertaking, besides  giving the farmers a 'pay day.' "  IGNORING   THE LAW  Something over six months ago the'  government road opening up the  country lying between the river and  the railroad, and connecting with the  Salmon Arm road two miles or more  north of Enderby, was finished and  opened for travel. But the railway  company has consistently' refused or  neglected to put in a crossing where  the road crosses the track, and the  new road has been of little use to  anyone except the few residents on  the east side of the track. Isn't it up  to the government to see that the  crossing is put in, so as to give the  farmers west of the track and north  of town the benefit of the shorter  haul ?  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply to the Commissioner  of Lands for a licence to prospect  for* coal and oil over the following  described lands: Situated in the  Osoyoos division of Yale district:  Commencing at a post planted  at the base of the mountain on the  north side of Short's Creek, eighty  chains west-southwest, from Charles  E. Smyth's location, marked E. J.  Fewing, S.E.C., thence eighty chains  west, thence eighty chains north,  thence eighty chains east, thence  eighty chains south to point of  commencement.  Located, April 28th, 1910.  Locator��������������������������� E.   J.   PEWINGS,  Financial Agent, Medicine Hat  _ By ..J... I-I. ..Christie, .a.p-enf-..  Hams  and Bacon  Choice.    Home Cured.     Fresh and  Savory.  A High-Class Enderby  Product.   Farm Fed & Cured  o-f o+o-fo+_4<>4<>4<>+_-^+-o-f o o-f o+o4^o+_4_^^+c4<H<.  In Groceries  Let us fill your orders. We will prove to you that  we can serve you with the highest-class and save you  money. We handle all the leading Breakfast Foods.  Prices Right in all lines. Malta Vita and Kellog's  Toasted Corn Flakes, 3 for 25c. Others in proportion  o-fo-fo4-c4-<>>-<H<>^f<H<H<>i<>*fo c^o><>f-o-f-_4<>-fo-f_->K>f_-f o+o  If you want your Boy to be  Well-Dressed, fit him  with one of Our New Suits  A nice line just opened out.    Inspect them.  o-fo-fo+o+o+ofo-fo+o-fofo .-oO+O-fO+O-fo+of _MK>+0-fO~fO+0  A Shipment of Webb's  Chocolates just received  o+c io-f o-fo-fc-fo-fo-fo-fo-f o-f oof 0^0><>-f_^ _->-C-fO>_HH>fO-fO  See our choice line of POCKET KNIVES  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.  Any man can make a success with  poultry if he will apply himself to  the work and deal fairly with customers, actual or prospective.  Toronto Globe (Nov. 5th, 1909_)���������������������������  Certainly the writer has yet to hear  anything finer than the exhibition of  song interpretation given last evening by Jessie Maclachlan. (Miss  Jessie Maclachlan, queen of Scottish and Gaelic song, will appear in  K. of P. Hall, next Thursday evening  May 19th.).  Morc and better poultry markets  every year, and more and better  poultry for the markets.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply to the Commissioner  of Lands for a licence to prospect  for coal and oil over the following  described lands: Situated in the  Osoyoos division of Yale district:  Commencing at a post planted  on the north side of Short's Creek,  about.seven i .ilcs-aip-. stream fiom  Okanagan Lake, two thirds of a mile  west from Kerrigan's cabin, forty  feet north of trail, marked Charles  12. Smyth,' S. E. Cf, thence eighty  chains west, thence eighty chains  north, thence eighty chains cast,  thence eighty chains south to point  of commencement.  Located, April 28th, 1910.  Locator��������������������������� CHARLES E. SMYTH,  Doctor, Medicine Hat  By J. H. Christie, agent.  Don't Overlook It  This is the season of the  year when you (I mean the  ladies)   should do as little  ��������������������������� cooking^as-possible.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply to the Commissioner  of Lands for a licence to prospect  for coal and oil over the following  described lands: Situated in the  Osoyoos division of Yale district:  Commencing at a post planted  on the north side of Short's Creek,  about eighty chains westerly from  E. J. Fewings' location, marked J.  H. C, S.E.C., thence eighty chains  west, thence eighty chains north,  thence eighty chains east, thence  eighty chains south to point of  commencement.  Located, April 28th, 1910.  Locator��������������������������� J.   H.   CHRISTIE,  Prospector, Vernon, 13. C.  You will naturally ask  why, well because of that  awful house cleaning, and  you have not got the time.  Let tne men starve; or  better still come in and ask  about our Cooked Dinners.  WALTER     ROBINSON  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  and City property.  Apply to���������������������������  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.        VERNON, B.C.  Farm  Implements  I have two carloads of Buggies,  Wagons, Democrats; Plows and  Harrows, Discs, Feeders, Etc.,  to arrive this week, and another  carload of 12- and 18-horse automobiles. I can give you good  terms on any of these, and want  you to call and inspect them.  Wm. H. Hutchison  ENDERBY  John S. Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Enderby  Having added .a cement brick machine to my cement plant, I am now  prepared to enter into contract for  all kinds of cement work. Portland  cement, plaster and lime kept in  stock.  To start right in the poultry business���������������������������or any other business���������������������������go slow;  begin with a few and learn the business as you go along.  *_  &_  ti  . '1  _  .  1  "1  n  _���������������������������  _1  __

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