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 $ :  s . y.  '"'<���������������������������_..  Enderby, B. C.,  April 21, 1910  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 3; No/8; Whole No. 112  Brief Mention of News  of Interest to Enderby. District  Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Gracie and child  left for Scotland last Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. Wright' and,Mrs. McCormick left for the coast cities last  Thursday.  Considerable complaint has been  .heard" about the bad condition of  Salmon Arm road.  When it comes to double-dealing-  well, we'll not mention celebration  matters this week.  There are some men in Bnderby  who are attempting, to" sweep back  the tide of progress with-a broom.  . * Everybody interested, in baseball  will kindly, meet at the King Edward  hotel Friday evening at 8 o'clock., ..  ' MissEdwards" left for her Vancouver home on Tuesday, after a very  pleasant visit to'Enderby, the guest  of MrSi J. E. Crane.     ^  .. H. E., Waby   is   establishing-..' four  distinct poultry   houses at his farm,  for tlie   different* breeds    handled by,  him.   He reports good business.   ���������������������������  A-meeting of the Executive - of the  Enderby Conservative Association is  called for this,"(Thursday) evening at  7 o'clock,- in W. E. Banton's office  An   entertainment   will be given in  K. P. Hall   on   Friday, Apr. 27. __tp-  cal talent,   drills,   dialogues - and in-j  strumental   music.     Admission,   50c  and. 25c.   . '      '  ' F. Waby has a vegetable marrow in  blossom at his vegetable garden near  "Enderby.    - That's going some, says  our, devil, when most of us have hot  planted our's yet.  A Maraite wishes us to add the  names of all Maraites as subscribers  to the fund for the buggy and harness presented to Rev.' Leech-Porter  by his parishoners.  =-On=-Sundayj���������������������������the-=J.7th,===a--son=-was  born to Mr. and Mrs. John Jamieson  at Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson  were residents of Enderby until a few  months ago, wheu they removed to  Vernon.  It is not usual for a company so '<  Bishop Dart died at his New Westminster home, on' the 15th.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Fulton returned  from the coast on Monday after an  absence of ten days-or more. They  were glad to get back to the sunny  Okanagan, after a seige of wind and  rain at the coast. * ���������������������������  " The first meeting of the Court. of  Revision to hear complaints to the  tax levy, will be' held in the City  Hall next Saturday, evening.. There  have been a, number of . objections  filed, and there will be much work"  for the court.  Rev. Mr. Osterhout of Vernon, gave  a very interesting lecture on Japan  in the old Methodist church on Mon-  j day evening, and on Tuesday evening  .the young ladies of the organ fund  club gave a pleasant evening of refreshments and games..  Three automobiles sold in.Enderby!  Another straw. - Wm. .Hutchison .has  a carload' of "automobiles to arrive in  Enderby this week, three of which are  already sold." He also has a car and  a half of farm implements and one of  .buggies,, wagons, and-the like: Yes;  Enderby'is lboking'up ! .' .    '".  -'Marcellus . Junior, ..the handsome  Clydesdale stallion" of the Stepney  ranch, was shown in town this week,  and created quite a sensation among  horsemen. This is ��������������������������� the ahorse imported direct from Scotland last fall  by. Mr. Heggie and which won the  grand championship at Seattle and  Victoria. .  Robt; Waddell reports . that the  Hazelmere Poultry Farm is being  crowded-with orders for the.egg product of their prize pens. These orders are received from all parts of-  the Interior, and some from the  states, which indicates that the reputation of   their   birds   is   becoming  transformed ' the office and sitting  room of that popular house into  something distinctly metropolitan  and commodious. - Mr. ..Manning is  likewise making many changes in the  Enderby Hotel, -which will bring its  office accommodations up-to-date.  Every poultryman in the district,,  and all interested in poultry, will be ,  interested in the lecture to be "given j  tomorrow, (Friday) evening in K. P.  hall under the auspices of the farmers' .institute. Prof. M. A. Jull, government poultry expert, will speak,  and he is particularly anxious to be  questioned about matters which have  been found to be particularly applicable to the district. -Previous to the  evening meeting, there will' be a  meeting of members of the Northern  Okanagan Poultry . Association, at 3  p.- m. to decide the matter of judge,  and other details in connection .with  the next winter.show.  Celebration Committees   . ;  Appointed to Handle the 24th  BANK BUILDING TO BE ERECTED  A public meeting was held last  Thursday evening in the City Hall to  arrange for the annual celebration of  Victoria Day. Mayor Bell called the  meeting to order and explained its  objects. Alderman Ruttan was elected chairman and Graham Rosoman  secretary.  A. Reeves moved, seconded by Aid.  Evans that the,City be asked to donate $300.to the funds, and endeavor  to raise $500 among the "citizens "of  Enderby, to be devoted to the day's  sports ' and" attractions. - There was-  nojjpposition and'the motion carried  It-was moved by Mr. Greyell, seconded by Dr. Keith, that we have  water sports.   Carried.  Alderman Ruttan was elected permanent Chairman, and H." M.' Walker  secretary-treasurer. The following  committees. were named:  MR.  DEHART  TAKES  CHARGE  Water Sports���������������������������Messrs. Keith,* Grey-  Manager Henderson of Vernon, the ! ell and Bailey.  father of banking" in the Okanagan,  came to Enderby Tuesday morning in  his automobile,' accompanied by T.E.  Crowell, architect .and builder, aud  that afternoon the lines were laid for  the new Bank-.of Montreal building  to-be.erected immediately; on .the.corner of Cliff street and Vernon Road.  The building will be smaller than-  the early plans have called-for, and  will be placed on a foundation 30x40.  The walls will be reinforced concrete.  ANOTHER BUSINESS BLOCK  good as the Eckhardts will stop two  nights at a town th'c size of Enderby.  -Their-performancc-last- Friday and  Saturday evenings pleased good audiences.  The Mackenzies, Scotch entertainers  gave a very pleasing entertainment  here last week. /The singing by Miss  MacKenzie, the charming Scotch lassie, and -that by Mr. MacKenzie especially pleased the audience.  Mrs. Wm. Sewell and daughters, of  Frcderickton, N. B., arrived in Enderby on Monday, and have taken up  their residence in the house opposite ^the Ira Jones home, and which  Mrs. Sewell recently purchased from  Mr. Robinson.  The people of Mara are planing to  give a school picnic on June 30th, at  a point near   the   station, and they  I wide-spread.  Geo. A. Agnew, of Minetonas, Man.  spent a few days in Enderby this  week, on business and pleasure. Mr.  Agnew was very well satisfied with  the outlook, and concluded that Enderby opportunities were good enough  for him, and he has gone back to  Minetonas to settle uphis business  .affairs. He will return to Enderby  with his family' the latter part of  May.  A meeting of the Tenis Club was  held last Friday evening. The ol'd  officers were re-elected, and a resolution passed to the effect that till  members enrolled last season shall be  re-enrolled this season and will bc  subject to the membership fee and all  conditions of membership unless a  written resignation is received by  the secretary, B. E. Stilwell, on or  before the 1st of June.  A. Fulton is making a steam chest  for the Glen Gerrack Dairy, which is  another innovation added to this  dairy by Mr. McQuarrie. This is one  of the latest    sanitary   contrivances  S.'Poison has purchased from Geo.  Bell sixty foot frontage oh the corner of Cliff and Belvedere streets, and  will .start at once- the erection of a  store block to accommodate the increasing business of the Poison Mer-_  cantile Co. The company hopes to  move into their new quarters by the  1st of July. .  Mc-  Ful-  and  MILK _VS._BEEF_STEAK   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!  Lacrosse���������������������������Messrs.-   Speers    and ' E.  Evans.    _'-".-  Baseball���������������������������Messrs.^ Reeves,'  Murphy  and Taylor. -'    "  .Football���������������������������Messrs.   Castle   and  Donald.  Field-Sports���������������������������Messrs:  Holtby,  ton and J. W. Evans? .  ... Advertising���������������������������Messrs.'     Walker;  Rosoman..  ; Music���������������������������Messrs. Lemke and Bell.  Decorations���������������������������Messrs.  Ruttan,  Greyell. and Blanchard."  Transportation���������������������������Messrs. - Bell   and  Burnham.  Reception���������������������������The committees appointed to handle the various sports,  Finance���������������������������Messrs.    Hendrickson   and  Pound'..  Meeting   adjourned   to. meet ..gain  on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.  The deal .on the Wiley property reported last week went through without a hitch, Mr. R. "F." E. DeHart of  Kelowna completing the purchase,  last week. Mr. DeHart bought all  the house' furnishings of Mr. Gracie,  and came up this week Jrom Kelowna  to start the work of transformation.  This year, Mr. ' DeHart will do lit-  tie else than tear down old buildings,  and replace them with new, and  substitute modern fences for the old  snake fences.".- He' estimates that it  will require the expenditure of $8,000  or $10,000 to bring the place up. to-  the ideal he has of it: Owing to the  lateness .of the season, he will.take  from the land this season, very-little  of anything but hay and cereals? ��������������������������� He  will make - extensive^; analysis" of the .  soil and "other-conditionsi-before going heavily, into fruit.'."While experimenting, he .will -take,-fromrthe laud  that which it has .'always excelled" in7  COMMITTEES   AT  WORK  committees appointed  are asking the people of Enderby and .which up-to-date dairymen are adop-  the school children generally to join  with them in the happy time.  ' The ladies of St. George's Guild  will hold a sale of aprons and baby  clothes in the Parish Hall this afternoon and evening. Refreshments will  be served and games provided for the  evening entertainment, and a general  invitation is extended to all.  ting. Into this chest the milk bottles are placed when they are returned to the dairy, and are subjected to the severest test of steam  heat. They remain in the chest until  removed to be refilled the next day.  Our hotel men are greatly improving their office accommodations. Mr.  Murphy,   of   the   King Edward, has  The man who would win must  carry in his very presence an air of  assurance, tlio certainty of a con-  c.ucrcr. People admire a confident  man. They can trust him. They  hate doubt or vacillation. It is thc  balanced man that wins, not the on-,  wlio goes about as if he did not, himself, believe that he could win if hc  had a chance. It Is thc strong, aggressive characcr that creates enthusiasm and radiates confidence.  It's, iinfortuiiato that all men are  liars���������������������������but it's more so that all women know it.  Prairie Hay and Feed Oats for Sale  ���������������������������Apply to H. F. Flewwelling, Enderby. Also 4-room cottage on Knight  street, for rent.  ' Don't neglect to read the store  news this week. It will encourage the  storekeepers to tell you more if you  tell them you saw it in the Press.  Every time you say a good word  for your town, you say one for yourself.  The various  =at^tlie'^'"en_'i_.r'l^t]_^_i_7e'^lr___y  got down to work, and there is every  promise that this year's celebration  will excel in many ways anything  given in previous years. The Recreation Grounds are now paid for, and  there will be more money available  for improving the grounds and bettering the   arrangements and sports.  -The finance-committee has been held  up in its work this week owing to an  effort being made on thc part of the  City to reduce its appropriation to  $200. But this difficulty will in all  probability be overcome at thc next  meeting and the arrangements' will be  proceeded with on the lines originally  agreed upon at   the general meeting.  The advertising committee has already covered the neighboring towns  with posters, and the newspapers are  lending their assistance in advertising the fact. It but remains for  every committeeman to do his part,  and City and citizens to make good  in the contribution of funds, and we  shall have the biggest day of all the  nineteen years that Enderby has observed the day.  Messrs. Castle and McDonald are  working hard to get a football team  in trim to clean up anything in the  Valley. They want all lovers of the  game to turn out every Wednesday  afternoon, and every evening at 7 so  as to get in shape on the practice  field.  It is hoped   that    each   committee  will have substantial progress to re-,  port at the meeting this evening.  SPLENDID   ACREAGE.PROPERTY  ,. This week' Provincial-Land Survey:,  or., Williams .is subdividing into acre-,  age blocks "the "excellent home prop-  ertjr-'north, of   the .'business centre,-  and known - as" the Marwood place. In.  j this addition there, are fifty acres of  jas level, rich land as can be found in  j the. district.    It is-the intention to  | cut it up into'one-acre holdings, with  the idea of giving;-:the laboring man  a chance to   get   a-good home property on  easy-   terms ��������������������������� and at: acreage  prices.     Chas.  VV. - Little, is handling  the property.    It willTb_ put. on the  market in acre   lots, some time next  * *        "��������������������������� u_ '  week. Already many.acre lots tave  been spoken for, and there is little  doubt but that this proposition will  be quickly gobbled up.        -   .  "ENDERB Y~ PRICES-  Eggs  ; ". 3!c doz.  Butter   35c  Ib.  Potatoes    :    $1.25 cwt'  Winter Apples  $3.00 box"  Onions $3   cwt  jHay   '. $21 ton  ! Carrot $1.25 cwt  Turnips    $1 cwt  Parsnips  :.'..$1.75 cwt  LEAVING FOR ENGLAND  I am contemplating retiring from  business and leaving Enderby for  England and desire to sell out my  stock of cloths, trimmings, sewing  machine and tailoring implements.'  The same are now on sale at my  shop, corner George and Mill streets.  WM. ELSON. Enderby.  TENDERS  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up-till Saturday, the 23rd  of April, for the digging and refilling  of about two miles of pipe-line ditch,-  from Patchett Creek to south boundary of Stepney Ranch. Particulars  as to plans and specifications can bo  had on application to���������������������������  GEO.  HEGGIE, Mgr.  Stepney Ranch,  Enderby.  The City By-law against riding bicycles ' on the sidewalks is very generally ignored. There is work for the  city to do in this respect. Tf it is  worth while to pass a by-law, it is  worth 'while to sec that it is enforced a/p������������������*p ���������������������������  vi  OR, THE NEW MISTRESS AT  LAUREL 11 ILL.  is  HHE DEAD HAS GOME TO UFE"'  8 "FiiGIT-MIVES" HiRlCLE  ������������������_i__l_._s.  C'HAI'TKl.   VI11.- '('..ni".I)  were     vL'-ir'n'iy  '"������������������  C.  <sxid   In  Nellie:  ,    wild   i_    ill  iind vh;iL i  lhc  :   "\W  \ OUl'g  in*  ci'.'--  I.emimAon.  :���������������������������..! Nellie,  peak  .'  !,  As   the;  parlor.  J  the way.   _Tf  girl in while,  in.ii  here ;"'"  "Why,   th;u's Maude  my   s,tfp .isle r."   an-,wor  "['in  sure   voii'\c heard  its''  of hcr."'  J. C. wits sure li- liadn'l : Imt he  did nol contradict the li'.lU' hdy.  ���������������������������whose ni.'ri'ier pla'nlv indic-iicd th'.l  r.ny attention paid hv hiin i-i tlie  said _Ia tide would he ro-en i.e d as an  insult Lo herself. Just then, Afrs.  Kelsey went up-slfurs. taking her  niece with iter: and. ar-: Dr. Kennedy had a patient to visit, he. loo.  asked to be excused, and the young  l.icn wore left alone. The dav was  warm, and sauntering out beneath  the trees, they sal- down upon a  rustic seat, whicli commanded a  view. of. the dining-room, ihe doors  nnd windows of which were open,  disclosing to view all Lhat was  transpiring within.  "In the name of wonder, what's  thai." exclaimed J. C,  wars ..tv(, ihis v-.,-y jiionth with  'hat little blue-eyed mother uf  hern, who is Kin'' under then wil-  !< r������������������ iri Lhe graveyard. We couldn't  live without Miss Maude. Shu's  ������������������������������������������������������'.II (lie sunshine thar is about thc  lonesome old place. Why, she does  everything, from fc .kin' cave of hcr  crippled half-brulhfcr iu mendin'  t'other one's gownd."  "And who is t'other one?" asked  ���������������������������J. (.'.. beginning Lo feel greatly interest, d  in thc negro's   remarks.  he thought there would bc something pleasant in being remembered twelve long years by a girl like  _iaude Remington. We reminded  her of her remark made Lu his cousin, aud in speaking of liim casually, alluded to his evident liking  for Nellie, saying playfully. "Who  knows,   Miss     Rcmin .ton.  but vou  ''other  Nellie  one  ���������������������������t  Wilo  said  John,   "is  won't- work  for  hor    hands,   which  as he saw  u curiously shaped chair wheeling  itself.* as it were, into the room.  "It nurd, be Dr. Kennedy's crippled boy,'"'' answered James, as  Louis skipped aero?? the door on  crutches, aud climbed into the.  chair which jlaudc carefully held  i'or him.  Louis did not v. ish to eat wiLh  the ,slrangers until somewhat acquainted. cou_e<'.|iicnlly he waited  until they were gone-, -a.nd then  came, "to the table, where Alaude  stood by his, side, carefully ministering to his wants, and assisting  him into his chair when he was  through. Then, pushing back hcr  curls, and dunning ih. check apron which Nellie- so much abhorred, sho removed the dishes herself,  fur old Hannah she knew was very  tiied, having done an unusual  "amount of work tint. day.  "] tell von what. Jim, ! wouldn't  'wonder if Lhat'.- the verv one for  ".you."- said J. ('.. in;fling leisurely  at his ciu.'ir. and still keeping hi������������������  eyes fixed upon the figure in while.  as if Lo one of his fastidious taste,  there .was nothing very revoliin .  in seeing .Maude Jmminglon wash  the supper dish :s, e\en though her  hands were brown and her arms a  littlo  red.  James did not answer immedbilo-  1y. and when he did. he '-iid: "Do  yon remember a little girl wo met  in the cais between .Springfield and  Alls.  fear  of  s'ilin  some fool of a city chap has made  he1' Iv'licve are so white and handsome.' and a row of ivory was just  visible, as, leaning against a tree.  John watched the effect of his  words upon "Lhc fool of a city  chap."  J. C. was exceedingly good na-  litred, and tossing his cigar into  iho grass, ho replied, "Vou don't  mean me, of .cours-. ; but tell us  more of this Alaude. whu mops thc  Hour and mends Nellie's dress-  e.-."  "She don't mop the tluor," muttered John.    "'Thi'. nigger wouldn't  MRS. JAMES FENWICK  i,Hterprise, Out., October ist, 1908.  "I suffered tortures for seven long  years from a Water Tumor. I was  forced to take morphia constantly to  relieve the awful pains, and I wanted to  die to get relief. The doctors gave rae  up and my friends hourly expected my  death. Then I was induced to take  "Fmit-a-tives" and tin's wonderful fruit  medicine has completely cured tne.  When I appeared ou the street again  my friends exclaimed 'The dead has  come to life.' The cure was a positive  miracle." MRS. JAMES FENWICK.  50c a box���������������������������6 for $2.50���������������������������or trial box,  25c. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited, Ottawa.  may  no  some time bc related  to me-  ,'l,U-  t my cousii) exactly, tnutigh   _\  sin Maude sounds well1.    I like that  name."  WANTED.  ANTEI >--I.a_io!������������������ foi'iii.iin and lij.1). sewing  ! YV at home, while or spin's Oimo: gooi! pay:  work sent anv ilif-tnnco. ulm.rtj.-s puiil. Send  stamp for fi/11 piii-liciil.il-. National Ma.iiufu.c-  ini-in_, Co., Montreal.  FARM  FOR  RENT.  1. . _M TO ..__'!'. Wtwonn Meafoni and Ou-on  ^J ..mmd. Two Imiul red acres nntlor cultivation,  ,.lsn psvt'tre. firm li"~o .ind ennrt ontlmildin**.  0. W. ft. Whitney, '.'."i Tnront.   Street, Toronto.  FOR   SALE.  like  too,"   she  said  impul  'much  liss  il'l.  I  TJ7VI1: NAI.I.-.l. iii'ie . I milii from l.ondnii|  fu'     111.1 i-ki.. lire!; ltrm.e, fr.-inm liiirn. si .ondid)  -���������������������������>il. all Uiii'i.-i ������������������f fruit. '1't.jnis (o suit. Wu liavo,  |f iriii^i of nit kinds and sizo< for s.i'o. Semi for'  ip_i-iii:n!.Lr.. The WcMorn I.. il l._:it,e 1<_ change,  \i.\Xl, l.-i:i(lon, Out. '  _.     .'II'IC.I  1     ii  .<   land, home, liiiiUlinu.. fencing, hay. w_t. r,  '^���������������������������'1('- ; and" posit inn all  sro.'il.   Possession, April.    Kull  f."������������������_ ill I paiticnlai-.s   .inn M.'isloi-.-i,  (Ironfoil, .a_k.  GOF.S LIKE SIXTY      '.  G-l.Lii .J.E SIXTY  SELLS FOR      1  GASOLINE  ENGINE  For Pumping, Crc__  Separators.Clnirm,Weill Ma-  cMiici, cic.   Free Trial.  A si. for cnl_l_g..������������������l| ������������������.,_,.���������������������������  SJ LSON MFG. CO.. 25 YoritSt.. CUELPV. ONT.  lot, hcr  Albany s-veial  wore   returnin.'  vears ttcro \vh  From   ..ch-iol .'  Tiaef:  1  ve  _!  ne  II.  t  ttiMiiv  lii-iie  and   aniline'  her f'.ii'ifks.'"  wouldn't   v.on Ier il'  e. cre'i-  rv   much  was  ti'.VP  wilh  "1  be red her." re! iirnc-l .1.  didn't she --ay I !��������������������������� oke I  didn't m-an of r "eil-iin  vou what it i--. dmi. ' vr  \.-f t lie sp'e -h H'.n' ;_ than  sand   time-,  win  1   I'-.e  been  il.-injrs" I   d| i   tn ���������������������������;    mrau   lo    ,  }i:ir\< and tindr iii'MiUiim"-.    but whu! j  i-emiii li- I   \ "U  ui'   her '" 1  '��������������������������� If  I  m'.-i -il. ��������������������������� nn:. lli'it ehibi am' '  til"   VMI'I_   bt  b    \ I'll 1    1"   '��������������������������� 1 I'   'i'li'   <t 11������������������  do that���������������������������bnl she docs mend  N'ellie'y gownds, which .1 wouldn't/  do. if L's worth a.s much mono,  its .she is!"  Ii' . . C. had been interested bc-  foj'e. he was doubly interested now,  and coming nearer to John, lie  .said: "Money, niy good fellow! is  -Maude an  heiress?"  ''She ain't nothin' cl.se,''" returned John, who proceeded to speak  ot' Janet and her generous gift, thc  .'1 mount fit" which he greatly cxag-  geiated. ''Nobody knows how  much 'tis," said he ; :;but everybody s'pnscs that will and all it  must be (hijay or forty thousand.''-'  aud as the do. tor wa. just then  seen riding into thc yard, John  walked away to .attend to his master's horse.  "Those butter and cheese mc?i do  accumulate money fast," said .1.  ('., more to himself than to his  "companion, who . laughingly replied. "It would Ij2 funny if you  should make this Maude my cousin instead of Nellie. Let me sec  ������������������������������������������������������eoiisin Nellie���������������������������cousin Maude. L  like the sound of thc latter thc  besl. though J am inclined to think  she is al tog. I her too good for a  mercenary  dog  like you."  "Pshaw!" retuimod J. .0.. pulling at the maple leaves which  grew above his head. "I hope you  fini't think I'd marry a rude country girl   for hcr money.    No,  give  me    la eh arm. iii F e ~ _Vel lie",    ev. it  iliotigh she cannot mend her dress,  and   von   arc   welcome     to   cousin  ti  ''Ih  uide. the milkman's heiress.  reinem-   ,\.  ''..   "I'or      .\|, thai, moment .Mis.  Kelsey and  as  11   !   Xillic appeared  upon     the    Moop,  tell I and as  .Maude was  no   longer vis-  ihouuhlj .He.   tlm   \011nger  gentleman     rc-  a   thou-j nirncd  to  the jittrlor,  where J.  (.'.  ...lyintil asked Nellie to f-ivor bin: with ,_ome  ���������������������������'o'dihh ; jj 1 ii_.ii-.     .Veilie liked "to play,  for il,  j .-biiwi'd her wlritt; hand- to advanl-  1 age.   and     seating     herself   at   lhc  i 1 iai.ii.   ������������������lic   sai'l :   "I   have   learned  ��������������������������� a   new   soim.   siu.'-e   I   saw   vou,   bill  .For a long time that night did  bonis wait- for his sister iu his little bed, and when al, last- sho came  to give him her accustomed kiss,  ho pushed thc thick curls from off  hcr face and said, !:1 never saw you  look so happv. Maude. Do you  like   that  Mr', 'l.c Yerc?" ������������������������������������������������������  "Which one?" asked Maude.  ���������������������������'"'Thorc  arc two,  you know."  "Yes, I know," returned Louis,  "bnk I mean the one with the  voice. Forgive mc, Maude, but i  sat over so long at (he head of the  stairs, listening as hc talked. He  is a good man. 1 am sure. VY'th  you tell me how he looks?"  Maude could not well describe  him. She, only knew that he waa  taller than J. C. and, as she  thought, much finer looking, with  deep blue eyes, dark brown hair,  and a mouth just fitted to his voice.  Farther than this, she could not  ui, -you avi 11 sec him in the  she said. "I have told  him how gifted, how good you .arc,  and to-morrow he says hc shall visit you in your don."  "Don't let thc other one come,"  said Louis hastily, "for if he can't  endure red hands, he'd laugh at  miv withered feck, aud a bunch  upon-my back; but the other one  won't,-! know."  Maude know so too, and somewhat impatiently she waited for  the morrow, when sho could introduce hcr brother to her friend. The  morrow came, but, as was frequently the case, Louis was suffering  fioin a severe pain in'., his back,  wliich kept him confined to his room  sr. that Mr. Dc Vcrc neither s'iw  him nor Maude as much as he  wished ti do. H'c had been greatly  iMerested iu her, and wheu at dinner hc heard that she would not  be down, he was conscious of a  feeling of disappointment. _ She  was iio( present at supper either,  but   after   it  was  over   she  joined  siv- iy,   ������������������������������������������������������inucn     ueltcr    than  Remington,   which seems so  s  "Then let me call you so.    J have \ ]?}> i-.ai. . ijwtr.' yiv--.\iivmi farm  no girl  cousin  in   the worl;  leaning forward, he. put ba  hei  forehead one of her shorl, g!os- |  ty curls, which had been di.vj)laei d  by the evening' breeze.  This wa.s a good deal i'or hint to j  do. Never before had he touched J  a maiden's trcs.es, and hc had no  idea that it would make hi-s finger,  tingle as it did. Still, on the whole,  hfl liked it, and half-wished the  wind would blow those curb, over  the upturned face again, but it did  nol, and hc was about to make  some casual remark, when J. C,  who was not far distant, called  out,   "Making love, 1  do believe!"  Thc speech was sudden, and  grated harshly on James'' car. Not  .realise the idea of making love to  Maude was utterly distasteful, but'  because he fancied she might bc  annoyed, and over his features  there came a shadow, which Maude-  did  not fail  to observe.  "Ho does not wish to be teased  about mc," she thought, and  around the warm spot wliich thc  name of "Cousin Maude" had  made within hcr heart, there crept  ���������������������������1 nameless chill���������������������������a fear that she  had been degraded in his eyes. "I  must go back to Louis," she said  at last, and rising from hcr mother's grave, she returned to the  house, accompanied by, Mr. De  Vere, who walked by her side in  silence, wondering if she really  cared for J.  C.'s. untimely  joke.  Big Magic  Lantern i  only |_.70 worth cf Vcy_t_������������������'  er Ecccl...   Vou fot It all coin-J  ono Dorcn Slld.s of Colureili  pood amp ai.d ninsnilfliig;  You .'.in worlcit yourselfaiitti  performances for your fri. :ulj.  Tbe scedi are assorted varieties, liotli vegetable ami  f!<_cr, in   _.  (umall. and  arse) _pack:i_.ca nnd sell f.-i-t.  :o-day youi name _Hdtddres>;  written. A jiosteurdwllldo.  .lAIIl.E     I>K_]_IV..I  1> _ t.   2- Waterloo, Out. !*  HL"NT.I.\fi   .VITH A   CATAftACT.  Harg.iins in Wild  Fowl Offered on  Ice IJridge a I  _ iagara.  Since  (To bc  continued.)  SKVK}_  VKAKS OP KCZKMA.  Then  Afler $500    had  heen  Spent  in Vain, T ... Ruffles of I).I).I).  Cured.  . Jr_. Horace Martin, o{ Sharbot  Lake,  Ont..   writes:  "My husband had eczema for  ���������������������������seven years. Ho spent hundreds)  of dollars but could not get cured.  He was almost wild with thc  pain  the    construction    of thc  great power     tunnel    at 'Niagara  there lias been an annual ice bridge,  in   the  gorge  just   below   the falls,"  says the   New York Sun.  The big tunnel has its outlet under the first stcc! arch bridge. The  watcr rushing out forms a powerful cross-current, which, for two-  third., of thc distance across thc  gorge acts as a. dam, catching Ihe  b.'oken ice -which comes over tne  falls ancl carrying it to thc Canadian side of the river. There it is'-  Ciilight- by an eddy and borne again  un lhc river. If-much ice is running over thc falls in time a solid  jam is formed, which if the weather  is right soon freezes into a compact  mass.  As soon a.s the bridge is strong  enough a trail is made across it.  Along this trail there quickly appears a row of shacks in which ven-  and itching.  J saw D.D.I). Prescription advc* !c,ors ul pe.imils, soft drinks and  tisocl in thc paper. I sent and go_ |(Janadl''111 whiskey���������������������������chielly thc last  u  bottle and it  gave  mv  husban ,   "^  A thriving business.  relief at. once.    Hc has used a sec.  end  bottle and is entirely, well.  The two  bottles    of the  D.D.D.  Here the saloon keeper may sell  his wares, usually without regard  foi   revenue,    license    or    Sunday  "hi in 111 rlie  with J. V. find Nrellie, iiccompatiieil  him to the graveyfird. where, seating herself" upon hcr mother's  {."raw. she told him of that mother, and the desolation which  crept into her heart when first she.  knew she was an orphan. From  talking of her mother it was an  ensv  matter  to   speak   of her  Ver-  which my husband used havc dona j laws. Hc is usually wise enough  him more good than thc $500 ho|to erect his'shack somewhere near  spent b.fore." | 1110   centre of the river so that he  Do  you   suffer   thc. torments  of j is  on   the   international   boundary'  skin  disease,  or    do    any of youi'iline.     At, any  rate he   is  rarely if  fainilv or friends?   What's the use 1; ever bothered.  D.D.D.   'Prescription    will     do for  ai'vonc what it did for Mr. Martin.  For  free   trial  bottle  of   D.D.D.  lTrnl aldtTrT^an dr^togeth oi^l-V^  Laboratories. Department W.L., 23  Jordan St., Toronto.  For  sale  by   fill  druggists.  SKIN' THOD Bl'.l-S.  It is  natural   that   persons    with  delicate,  thin    skins    should suffer  V.  lie vi!i'i������������������. inn mi w  In i n.'ini" v '\- M.-iii'li' lli'iiii'igio'i.  und ih.'ii ih'1 i!.'i"g!ii.\ ii'.-tu lii-hi'id  us wa- i'l h 'i- ''���������������������������".il."1 ', an I .-ir- did 1 I  Ijl.i ���������������������������    liJ!li    a    lib.    w|     <-o|il"llli,l!;    like  Inn!.  ���������������������������\\irl  I  In n .r 1 n-  ;nd_.'in"it  bulb  in  h; ��������������������������� ca-i' ai: I  mill '."  interrupt'' I  i"  '"I"   ir-    .Mantle   musl   .int.  1      iiri.ln'  1 'A il limit  .   111 o 11.  Imp."  Ii,  tho   oilier   part  I   ea'i  get  along  slie  J    (  II  ���������������������������Il  i   111^  did   im  p-ti lm'. find she had iu.-id\ crtenl ly  . pok;m of her singing. The young  men, how .-\ er. wire nol as willing  ic c.\cii . her, and Maude was ne-  iw h ik ��������������������������� a- ih'ii man ! ,..; dingiy sent I'm'. Sh<' eaine read-  i;i;;--.  \1.11  ase   right. I j \\.-.   ,-iiid  ui-rfm med   her  pari,  with  in   i|i'i'-t_n)   ('ull'ec   mi    the   (li||    (J]...      lea-t   < in I ri rrt's^iitc-li t,   al-  cl." .iiid  l;e b-ekoned lo J''hu| 1 j, ��������������������������� uu; 111   she   more   than   once   half  ing  fn   e '  -re-il   dis-j |,;,,,>,..,! ,!. ,   listen   1,   ihe   rich,   full  ! i-.iie.   nl' Jjiiiie^'M  voice,  for he w;ts  fill  he.  a1-  the  neuroj .,.,   mnismillv   line   sinu'er:   .Maude  ���������������������������"who   i1-   thai   \oii'ig j |,;l.|   ih'Vi r   hear!I   anything   like   il.  "> l,i i'ni-e. and when I he song was end-  "   it,, the bright, .spark I big eye.> whieh  she   turned   upon   hini   told   of   her  n "i tn" home,   which    she    h:id--iiever . m,H.0 ,,,- j,?ss (.liscnnifiirl .in the win-  scen  since she   left it twelve years j lel,. .1I1(| w|���������������������������.n  \_(l ., t|,.|;i'jiti: skinds  before, and then Air.  Do Vere as.-:- j ;l,|j,,j ;l  |H)(M.    j.lMU.|-;il ein-ulaiion,  ed  if she had  mot   two bovs in lhe   t|K. .snffu,.,..������������������ ���������������������������|.,y become a .serious  cars  on  her  wjiv   to  Albauv.       A< j matter.  lirsl   Alaude could  not   recall  ih'-'ii, j    Aluch nitiy be d.<>ne to reduce this  tuid   when  fit  last  sin.'   did  so.  her   suffering to a minimum, in the case   ejuv ������������������>  recollections   were   so   vague   thntj.,1   pcrsnus who are  not  obliged  In  .Mr.   De  Vere  felt  another  pang "I | e.\ pi.se   llii'ins. Ives  lo  lhe  elemenis  a.-l    was   <-aid   becau.-t  1 fire io ha\e Abnnle in the   .ijvmpninlin"nt,    though wheretort^ jn .,||  weather, and even tlmse who 11.) ipiih'd I  1       1 1        t    ��������������������������� 1 ... 1 ...      ..ii'       1    .   1        _   ...    1 ..!...<]    111 1 1 1      1 .1 ' '   '  I  'I-  .,   ei'iilHiiiiiij..   .'iller -I   nioiiii'M  _ie   oh  did.       I  mi'-'in  Hiib.j  who    Mil  lance.  "Sfiin  appmaeiu'-i  y-.dv   usi'ii.   the  i-i._"i'oiisl.\ ���������������������������       ai  M'tuide,   who  w as .finishing  her  (UM'sti-   diii.i"s.     by     brushing  crumb . I'imil ihe carpel.  "if  \nii   oh ;-,.-,-'.   sar,  my  iifinu  1  l)i"i"iii-li;iu Ih'  1     he     point e  (.lo  ll"1 I delight iiuii.  is  ..Tt.ilni," nns\\ orci ilie Africau assuming a digiiiu of iicimicr which  even   I.   ('���������������������������   re.-peel :d.  ���������������������������' Me ii John,  tlieu,''  ret tirne,'  young  man,   ' 'but tell  u- h >w  has  she   lis i d   hei .,  and   where  kIic   c.hiic  I mm :  Nothing pleased John betler than  chance i" lalk of .Maude, and he  ropio d :   "s!> ���������������������������      am.'    here   iwi Ive  ipnl.; ascloipu nl ly ;isWords  could   have  dime.  "You play. I. am sure. .! iss l.ein-  ii; .ton,"   he   s.-iid,   as   Nellie   arose  I'loin   the   stool,  Maud;' glanced ,-it her red hands,  ���������������������������I"'! which J. C. would be sure to notice,  '";'���������������������������*'! t I.eii   feeling    ashamed   fo  hesitate  did; for a reason  like Ibis, she aiiswcr-  isli win 'li  N'<  vain  to   imitate.  "M r. De Vere t  to play fill night  envious girl, who,  had  often   tried in  lid Hoi expect you  " called out lhe  not satisfied wilh  having ciitiee.il   J.   (:-   tnmi  llu-   piano,  wished James, to join   her  so  ������������������������������������������������������She b: inendy playing nl niy  _iurst,': said  Air.   D(  it   is   distasteful    to  a I-  re  1!  ed, "Yes, sinnetunes. ' and taking  Ini seat, she played several pieces keeping fidniir.'ible time, ancl  Lfiving  the  music  a  grace  and fin-  1  w 111 (1 f  ing low lie  un.ndat.ion  to  thrilled  to  voice   just  den's  iM r.  agriM.Mible,   and  Yuu   to  be,  Vere, "Imt if  Miss   Keiinedv  1  ���������������������������nurse d-s.st.' and Ijculi-  said a few words of com-  Alaude, whose heart  tiie gentle tones of his  as many another mai-  uul done before.  De Vere was exceedingly  'so Alaude found  for feeling intuitively  that she was somewhat slighted by  llu- ..verltcfiring Nellie, he devoted  himself to her entirly, talking first  nl books, then of music, and lastly  of his homo, which, without any  apparent boasting, hc described as  ii most beautiful spot,  he  could  not tell,   unless;   indeed.  tire much exposed may help ineir  condition by obs. i \ ing a few simple  rules.  The grit'.ie.l annoyance in damp,  cold eouni 1.f _���������������������������in I'lnglaml, especi-  ally ��������������������������� is the chilblain. In mist parts  of America the \cry cold weal her is  also dry, and this particular horror  floes not llourish. Tlie. hands . and  feel are the pari . most generally affected b\ chilblain, which is a sort  of miniature frosi-bile. The intolerable itching which is assnciaieiI  with it is one of the most trying  symptoms. It often leads, t.o such  vigorous scratching that the skin is  bmkeii, and ulceration results. Hut  with the warm and dry 'American  domicile there need not be great  fear of ihis particular form of skin  trouble.  The same rules apply lo the fa count] to the skin generally���������������������������thorough  protection by the clothing,-cart: in  I .lilting, with llu. use of an enioi-  lient all ihe time, and a good gen-  oral c i rcu 1 ai on.���������������������������-Youth's Companion.  It is not fin uncommon sight to  sec a score or more of wild fowl  hanging from fi string across tho  d'-f <-n (r-o IH 11 o-ba-rs-==4i-h o-y-a-re. o _=sa 1 e.=-  If you happen to bo a sportsman  you will naturally wonder how thcso  hiicis were obtained, for examine  them as carefully as you may you  will fail to discover a place where  it shot has entered their bodies.  After you have bought a drink  or two the man who owns the ducks  will doubtless enlighten you on the"  ���������������������������subject. "Ho will probably take you -  on the trail over near thc edge of  the bridge facing upstream and  point out- to you several other feathered forms, cither Holding about  in the water or washed up on the  "ie ice jam.  lie will show you. perhaps, sirne  lirds which are still alive but loo  o Ily away. Then after he.  h;i'. drawn your attention tn some,  .���������������������������!' these he will point significantly  to the roaring falls around the bend  above find'say :' "Got swept over  last night in   the  wMndstorin.'''  If you happen to lm talking to-a  man who knows about wild IViwl he  will fell you I Imt each year hundreds and hundreds of ducks new  In the upper river are carried over  the tails ill night while roosting,  lie will fell you that whole Hock?,  ai ;i lime have been known io come  (o~'..uch ;i fate and that he himself  has perhaps picked as vnany as  folly ducks out of lhe river in a '���������������������������'  single morning.  Some, hc will till you, have been  killed-by Hying up the gorge at  night and into the falls;.but this  is .oniewhiit doubtful'and the great  majority of lhe bird., are destroyed by drifting down stream in thc  upper river, suddenly becoming  terrified by the water giving way  beneath, them and Avhirling helplessly downward with the eiiMdop-  ���������������������������ing water. yi  Another Modern Miracle  Paralysis Permanently. Cured  fflie Sufferer Paralysed From Waist to Feet���������������������������Encase _ in Plaster of  Pans for-Mine Months���������������������������Dr. - WilJiams' Pink Pills Cure After  Four Doctors Had Failed���������������������������Tlie Cure ToucM for by a" Well  Known Clergyman.    ���������������������������  Paralysis, no   matter how slight,  'ii a   terrible    affliction, but to bc  _MJra_.ys.od  from  waist  to  the  feet,  to bo a helpless cripple, totally dependent  upon   what others do  for  yon,  is a condition as wretched as  ..man  could    possibly   boar.      Such  was Iho state of Mr. Allan J. Mc-'  Donald, of Rice Point,   !'._._. For  over ���������������������������_ year he    .as a helpless invalid.    He was paralyzed from his  waist  to    his    feet   "and for  nine  months    lay in    bed    encased in .a  plaster of Paris cast.    Four of thc  ��������������������������� best doctors in  Prince Edward Island were  unable to help him and  k seemed doomed for a .ifc of misery  and despair.    But  hope came  to him when hc read of what Dr.  Williams' -Pink Pills had done for  ether sufferers  from paralysis. He  procured a supply of the Pills and  began taking them.   Gradually they  (broke  the   chains  of disease   .that  . ound him,   and    filled    his  whole  foody with new blood, life and vigor.  Mr. McDonald says:���������������������������"I am a farmer and in    consequence    have a  great deal of hard work to do. One  (lay while about my work I injured  niy  back,  but at the .time I paid  ���������������������������little  attention  to   the injury   and  pentinued my work."   As time went  pn, though,  the pain became" more  jscvere  and   I  soon    found  myself  unable to  lift anything,  no matter  how light.    It was not long before  I had to stop work altogether and  consult' a'doctof.    He- treated ,-me  7>ut his treatment did not help me,  and  I rapidly grew worse.  . I had  to take to my bed, and in the hope  that    my      spine      might    receive  'strength I was-encased in a plaster  'of Paris "cast. " This did   not help  nie, and I could feel the paralysis  made a remarkable change in me'  1 was able to get out of  bed  and  crawl along the floor on my hands  and knees.    Gradually my limbs became stronger.    Soon I could walk  with the aid if a-canc and inside of  nine months after I had begu;i the  use of the Pills 1 was totally cured,  and onco    more    able to  do  light  work.   Now T am as strong as ever  I was and  can  do  my. work about  tne farm without thc least trouble.  I  think  Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Pilk  are without an equal,  for, besides  my own case, I know of two other  cases of paralysis cured  by  them.  Two young girls who had been cripples and whom I advised to try the  Pills."  slowly creeping over'me till I was  /'totally   paralyzed  from   my  waist  to my feet.    1 lost all control over  f-iny  bowels  and    bladder  and  my  legs  had  no  more  feeling than  if  they   were  made  of  wood.    Three  other doctors strived  to cure  me,  ,but their treatment also was a failure, and for eleven months I lay in  ' hefl unable to move.   Dr.'Williams'"'  [Pink Pills were then advised, and  1 was shown testimonials of others  .who -had  been  cured  of  paralysis  .through them.    I  bought a supply  ul in less than three,month's theii' _i.lL.Ca_ Out  In  corroboration  of    what    Mr.  McDonald says, -the P.ev.  D. Mac-  Lean    of     Charlottetownj    P.E.I.  writes:���������������������������"I visited  Mr.  McDonald  many times  during his illness.  He  was attended by three or more doctors and put in plaster Paris, and  everything imaginable, which might  be of benefit was done_for him without success.    He' had lost all power of his body from his waist down  and 1 think hc. was nearly a year  under  Weatment before   he  began  t-x use Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills'.    I  was with him the first day he moved  his big toe and from that time on  he gradually improved and for the  last few years  he has   been  perfectly  well. ���������������������������I can  vouch   for the"  cure   Dr": Williams'  Pink  Pills effected in his case."  If you aro sick and the treatment  you are now taking does not help  you, give Dr.  Williams'-Pink Pills  a fair trial.   They have cured thousands after doctors and other medical   treatment'    had - hopelessly-  failed.    These Pills  actually  make  new.  rich,    red-  blood,   feed    the  starved nerves arid bring health and  strength to every part of.-the body.  This is  why    Dr.  Williams'   Pink  Pills   cure   such   apparently hopeless cases as Mr. McDonald's, and  ii is why they    have    cured' thousands and thousands of  sick,   discouraged people in every  part of  the   world. ���������������������������  Sold   by all  medicine  dealers or by mail at 50 cents a box  or six boxes  for  $2.50  from    Thc  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock  I HOME. |  . COOKIES.  .ftocks;���������������������������Three eggs, one and onc-  balf cupfuls of sugar, three cupfuls  To/^ltftf7  one cupful^nSTTtlcrT'Uwo'  tablespoonfuls of milk, one cupful  of raisins, and one pound of .English walnuts chopped (inc. one fca-  'spoonful each of soda and cinna-  jinon, a pinch of salt, one teaspoon-  ,l������������������l of vanilla. Drop on a tin two  inches apart and bake in a hot  oven.  J   Fruit    Cookies.���������������������������One     cupful  of  ",sugar "one "egg, "butler the "size "of  |S..,_II   egg,  (me   teaspoon ful  cinna-  jiaon. one-half teaspoonful of cloves,  ituid pinch of salt.    Stir sugar, egg.  (butter,   and   spices  fngellier,   then  mid one cupful of raisins ;u\d one-  half cupful of currants chopped I'111''  nnd one    cupful    of    sour milk in  iyliich one teaspoonful ul' soda has  born dissolved, then stir in enough  flour to make    quite a stifl  batter  (jiiit teaspoonful of baking powder  in the flour), grease your pans and  P'til   the batter in a spoonful at a  timo (it spreads out of  itself) audi  Lake  in ,a mode rale  oven.    Those  cookies will keep for    weeks    and  sf-eni to improve with age.  Peanut Cookies.���������������������������One-fourth cupful of butter, two and one-half cupfuls of.sugar, one egg beaten light,  two   tablospconfuls    of    milk,   one  Maple   Syrup  Makers  Attention!  How can you reasonably expect to mako  vn-n'a fair duality of syrup wring out.ot-  <J* to pots and kettles and pans for bailing  y<������������������ar Maple Syrup. Write for booklet on  ������������������_ "Champion" l.vaporvfy.r to  tfhi crimm������������������nufactD_inc company,  m.        68s WCTIington St., Montreal.  cupful of flour, onc-foui-th teaspoonful   salt,   one  level  teaspoonful  of  baking powder,  three-fourths cupful  of shelled    peanuts.      Sift together three times, thc Hour, salt,  and baking    powder.      Cream the  butter,  add sugar,  egg,   milk,  the  Hour, and lastly the' peanuts chopped   and." powdered  in  a  mortar.  Drop on a buttered tin a teaspoonful in a place.   Put half .  nut meat  ._."_cach���������������������������bi _ o __dough.__.B akc_in_a.  moderate oven.      This    will make  twenty-four cookies.  Marguerites'. ���������������������������M.oil one cupful of  sugar and half a cup of water until the syrup will thread. Kcmove  to back of stove and add two marsh-  mallows cut inlo small pieces. Pour  ou the 'whites of two eggs beaten  iii.'lil stiff, .then add two tablcspoon-  ful__.if shj-eddod1 n>..oanu(-, one.cupful ol* J\iiglish walnuts broken in  small pieces, and one-fourth of a  teaspoon of vanilla. Spread salt-  ir.es with this mixture and hake  uiilil  a delicate brown.  (Jinger Cookies.���������������������������One cupful of  si'gar^ one cupful of lard, two cupfuls uf molasses, yolks of two eggs.  iT.e tablespoonful of soda, one  lablcspoonl'ul of ginger. Mi. sugar, lard, molasses, and eggs. Pour  boiling wafer over the ginger and  soda, until a cup is filled. Add  Hour (o.ihc ingredients and mix  very stiff and let stand for one  hour. Jloll in sheets and bake.  When cool cut in squares and frost,  using the whites of'the eggs for  tho frosiing.  Drop Cookies.���������������������������Three eggs, one  cupful butler, one cupful sour  cream, two cupfuls granulated sugar, four cupfuls Hour,, one scant  teaspoonful uf soda dissolved in  sour cream, first put one spoonful  oi! boiling water into .soda; one  scant, teaspoonful baking powder,  one teaspoonful vanilla. Drop by  1,'ihlespoonfuls into pan and bake  ir. hot oven.  saves so much time), add the same  amount of sugar as you have berry  .pulp, boil until thick as marmalade. When cool add ,the whites  cf four eggs beaten stiff, fold well  together, bake until it sets (from  five to ten minutes), serve cold in  sherbet glasses with whipped cream  and chopped nuts. This can be used  with the meat course or as a dessert.  Cranberry Sauce.���������������������������Wash and  put one quart of berries in pan.  Add two cupfuls of sugar aud oue  cupful of -water, cover, and boil  felowly for five minutes. Put in a  baking dish a layer of berries, then  a layer of bananas. Proceed in this  way until berries are all used.  Spread over the top thc whites uf  | two well beaten eggs, sweetened.  Bake slowly until brown. Serve  when cold.  'Apple Charlotte".���������������������������Butter a pudding dish. Put alternate layers of  sliced apples-and bread crumbs in  the dish, sprinkling apples with  sugar and a little cinnamon.. Layer  of crumbs on the top. Beat an egg,  add sa4t, one cupful of milk and  vanilla and turn mixture over  bicad and apples.- Place tablespoonful of butter, in bits on top.  Bake in moderate oven. Eat with  hard sauce or plain  cream.  Prune - Pudding.���������������������������Take one-half  pound nice large prunes, cook ten-  d.}'. Sweeten to taste and remove  pits; put in baking dish. Take  yolks of two eggs and a small lump  of butter, one-half cupful, of sugar,  tablespoonful of cornstarch ancl  one pint of milk. Stir all together  ancl cook until thickened. Cool  and put over prunes. Beat wmte  of two eggs and put over top and  set in oven  to brown.  Prune" Puddings. ��������������������������� Forty-six  prunes, two cupfuls of "sugar, seven  eggs, whites only. Cook prunes'  until tender, drain, .lone,-'" and  nnish through-a--colander';'add sugar and w-hites of'eggs beaten stiff;  put in buttered covered mold, steam  three and one-half hours. -Serve  .with whipped cream. This amount  will serve eight persons.  Orange Souffle.-���������������������������Cover one-half  box gelatin with one-half cupful of  cold water and soak one-half hour.  Roll and squeeze six oranges, making-one pint of juice. Beat yolks  of six" eggs until creamy.' Add to  orange juice one.pound granulated  sugar and stir until dissolved, then  add thc yolks. Beat until all is well  mixed and add flavoring. Place  thc: gelatin 'over a steaming 'teakettle until gelatin is dissolved. Now  add this to the mixture, turn all  into a bowl, stand in a" pan of  cracked ice. stir slowly until mix-,  jure, begins to thicken. Then stir  in lightly one pint of whipped  cream, fill the empty halves of  oranges with the mixture, and put  in a cold place to stiffen.  Boys and girls thrive on it.   Shredded Wheat  fortifies theai against winter ills���������������������������builds sturdy,  robust youngsters.  Simply heat biscuit in oven, pour hot milk  n      over it and salt to taste.   Best for every meaL  Sold by all ������������������roccrb, 13c. a carton, two for 25c.  ���������������������������".  A fiaTorfng used tbe same cs lemon oz vanilla,  By dissolving granulated sugar in water an a  adding _ _>leine, a delicious syrup is made and  _ syrup better than maple. Mapl eine i_ sold by  grocer... Ii! not 6end 50c for 2 or.- bottle ana  recipe book.  Crescent Mjc. Co., Seattle, w _.  m TUBES  Vaseline Camphor Bee  Heals chapped hand?, cracked lips and skin-  White VaseSine  Invaluable internally for coughs, colds, sore throat, croup.  Capsicum Vaseline  Better than mustard piasters: (Iocs not blister.  Berated VaseEine  A valuable remedy for catarrh.  Mentholated Vaseline  Ailayi neuralgic pains, nervous headache; cold fn head.  Camphorated Vaseline  Eight per cent, gum camphor; for rheumatism, gout, etc.  Carbolated Vaseline  Best antiseptic dressing-knows.  VaseStae Oxide of Zinc t  ... __ Quickly heals eruptions, sores an. wounds,,      ...   _.  Pure Vaseline *'������������������������������������������������������-_.  Known world wide as the best ai.d cai.it family remedy. .  OUR FREE VASELINE BOOK  t  lefc tfc������������������ tp-cial _e rirt of each Vaieline pret������������������_rat_n and gives.direction! far its proper use.   Sen. ui  your atate wiih meet ad_e_, n_nli<_iB8 lh������������������ paper, aad wa will mai Lrou a oopjr, pottage prepaid.  CHESEBROUGH MFG.  CO. (Cont'd), 379 Craig St West, Montreal  ane! placed in a,position higher than  that" of the body.  - "When doing a piece of embroidery  that will not wash, - paste tissue  paper over the part that is finished  ancl keep it rolled up, with the embroidery inside.  Sleeping    after  _eating    is-, condemned by    a    German physician,  To make glue for use. on tin, dis-- '  solve one. ounce of powdered alum. ,  in a pint of. boiling water, then add" -  two ounces of gum she.lac-._d.bo_l/  till all is dissolved.   Bottle for use:  If you have no flour dredger take  a tin of convenient size, punch a  number' of holes in the' lid, and uso  it as a dredger.    This will answer -  who has shown experimentally- tha.' every purpose of the more.������������������:xpe_-''  stomach movements    are    lessened   sive article.  FOR   BABY  t       HAPPY DAYS ^  ��������������������������� The healthy child is always  + a, happy child.    All its little  ��������������������������� troubles vanish when its food  (��������������������������� digests properly and it is free  ��������������������������� from childish_ailments.���������������������������Mosfc.  4 of these ailments come from  ������������������ stomach or bowel troubles,  + colds, fcveri.shne. s, teething  ���������������������������f und worms. Baby's Own Tablets promptly cure all these  troubles aud keep little ones  well.      Mrs.   ...   Ci.  ..Martin.  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  -���������������������������  ���������������������������.  ���������������������������,  ���������������������������  ���������������������������f  llavensclii'fe,    Que., say:  lftvo  used   Baby's Own  Tab-  _fcJ'.':sLI',I-1"i\V".P(1.frM'. "'<.. PaKk  + four years,   and  since   using  ���������������������������f tli em niy little ones have cn-  4 joyed the  best of health.    J.  * can recommend them to every  ���������������������������f iiidtlicr us fi sure cure for (ho  J lilllf. troubles of childhood."  Sold  by medicine dealers or  ���������������������������:  _->  >  and acidity is induced.  Mixing  Mustard.���������������������������Mix  with  ho.  water, using three part, of mustard  tc one part of salt; a little cayenne  essence is often added and con si d  crcd an improvement.  To stone raisins easily, pour boiling water over the fruit, let itsta.i.l  for three minutes and' then pour  ofx.' The softening of the skins renders thc task an easy one.  The busy housewife who dreads  darning day may not know thai  para Sine rubbed on the heels of  stockings reduces friction and saves,  many a jagged hole.  -=4U\vonty-pouncl _=o. g-rca-se-to=t-wen-  ty pounds of potash, one pound of  benax and two pounds of resin, all  boiled together for twenty minutes,  make first-class soft soap.  Housewives complain that milk  puddings and custard curdle in  ccoking. If the milk is scalded and  allowed to become cool before adding thc eggs it will not curdle.  Those who suffer from aching.feet  should occasionally sponge ih- in-  sides of their shoes with.-a ..no hr-  atoly strong solution of-ammonia.  The shoes must be perfectly-dry before they arc put on.  When the oven smells badly ta _c  a vessel'of hot water and a handful of washing soda., "Take Ih-;  shelves and wash well in hot wa'ftr.  then finish lhem in cold. Next au������������������1i  the oven well out _\vith the srda  water, aud brush it over.with wKfc-.  ing. It will then be clean and  sweet,  and bake beautifully.  In hanging pictures it is tr be  . _me_iberedH'ha{. alt-hougl_ oil-paii.t--===  ings look better hung in the u"icl  way, with a sloping in from tlio,  top to the wall at the bottom, yet  elchings and water-colors often  look better hung flat against' tit-  wall. A picture with shadows  should, if possible, have the i:ght  side nearest, the windows so ihat tho  shadows   will  fall  naturally.  ^, _ojh oy  4- by mail  T from Th.  a I,    L'f.   cents  ie  J)r.  Wi  dicine Co.. 15rock  _ box  illiams'  Me- f,  ville, Ont.      ij  'I* *?���������������������������"!������������������������������������������������������ -J-1 _-"M������������������������������������f'>J"-J"|������������������������������������|������������������'-i"^'ij.^'������������������j������������������j<kjj������������������j>^..M   ���������������������������_,   THINGS \YOKTtf KNOWING.  .   DESSERTS.  Cranberry Fluff.---Cook one quart  of cranberries in one-half pint of  water,, until they open, then ruu  through a colander (use a (lour sifter, instead of thc colander, as   it  Stains on knife handles may bc  removed by rubbing with a paste of  whiting  and   turpentine.  J''lour for cakes and pastry should  be well dried and passed through  a sieve before using. This is half  the  secret of light cakes.  German yeast, when used for  bread, should always have a-little  sugar added to it, for this helps the  sponge to rise more quickly.  To-remove iodine stains put some  liquid ammonia into a saucer and  place-the stained part of article in  it. .Rub well and thc stain will  vanish.  To work buttonholes in net, baste  a small piece of muslin underneath.  Work the buttonhole through and  afterward cutting the muslin front  beneath.  When the ankle has been sprained it should immediately lie bathed  in  very hot watcr, then  bandaged  As llil_ vovy re.___i.nlilo pre. .ration Is now  en 11 cil, Is the ri._k_. (.. iiMiluitlonal l.ei_c<ly  ever known for Ki-ood .Mm-.. Coll.. Stalliona  and ifll otliPr lior.i-'s: ;il.._ J .l.si.mpc. ..morns  __ogs ami Sin .p. Tills -.-. i._hm>i.<. i.s nunle o_  tlio purest inui .tlifciu.s nml not nn titom of  poisonous or injurlou. nature op.t.rs Into it������������������  composition, ^any persons nn; now takinic  SPOJIN"S for l.a Grlppo. I'ohl. . Couxl... Ki.I-,  ney Trouble, etc., uivl it is always '.<���������������������������-..(_. It  expels< the Disease CSnim. from" Hie body;,  acts directly on the Dlood and ("Hands.  ST'0IIN'S Is now sold l>y nearly every drii������������������-  Rist and harness dealer in tlio laud, and tiny  can gec.lt for you. fifty cents and 51.00 _  bottle, and 50.00 and ?11.00 tho dozen.  Ilevord  t  1  Annual   Sn  lc*.  1st Tear           .,0.1..  Hottles Sol it  2nd Year            4,3(1.  .1  H  3rd Year           0,25(1  (i  .  4th Year       m.ir.o  Ml  .  fith Year         4 0,21.4  41  .  fith Year  .....,'.  ......  72,380  tt  j.        ���������������������������������������������  7tl_ Year  ....  ......100,532  tt  _       "  8th Year  .......  ... .-..324,500  II  0 th Year  ,.   ......172,48..  II  ���������������������������>.      fl  10th-Year   ...... 221,760  tl  ..|     ./  11th Year  .......  ,,....287,020  tl  *���������������������������   rt  12th-Year   ......378,962  .  ������������������������������������  13th Year  ....,  ...,..(108,720  .  .  ltth Year  ...., '���������������������������,'���������������������������'.  ......548,200  ������������������  M  16th Year  .......  ......607,354  II  %:  Send for our Booklet of twelve cood r_o1p_|  for family and stock medicine . FREE},  Distributers  All Wholesale Druocisls  Spohn Medical Co.  CHEMISTS AND BACTERIOLOGISTS  GOSHEN, INDIANA, V* S. A. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 21, 1910  _M___M__E_r*  Clean Up!  Disinfect!  Prevent the Possibility of Sickness  Here are the enemies of  eveiy "bug" that makes  for sickness:  Chloride of Lime  Crude Carbolic  Formalin  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ciiirst.  Enderljy  ENDERBY PRESS!-  and the only    air   hole or place for  ght to enter    is   a peep-hole in the  Published every xhur_I^i^^B^! plank door, five feet from the cement  S2 per year, by the Walker Press. j floor|  an,J this  opens into  the  furnace   ~Z   ���������������������������    ���������������������������   i   _ _ i mnm      We    do not understand what  Advertising Rate.:   Transient, 50c an inch first ; room.      ml    uu   nuo  insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.   Con- ; om. cjty fathers    are    thinking about.  tract advertising $1 an inoh per month. ]'ItmsfkeS    one's    blood  chill  to think  - Le .al Notices:   10c a line first insertion; 5c a line ��������������������������� ���������������������������i0_    .   fi'1in   .on  ���������������������������eachsubs.,uent insertion. j that anyone    would   plan a dungeon  Rcadin.  Notices and Locals: 10c a line. ; y^c   that   in   which   to   Clltomb   a   llll-  ! man being;    especially in this day of  tt. \ humanizing    influences    on  all sides.  | No doubt thc cruelty of such a thing  llias never entered their minds, but it  be ; should   before    they    presume to use  APRIL 21.   1910  'QUIT  YER  JOCKEYING !"  .,_ i then, as prison cells.  "MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING"  Occasionally     something    can  gained in a horse-race by jockeying-  provided   the    judge   doesn't   see it. |  But in   municipal  affairs,  nothing  is j  gained.   It means a dead loss, and a ;    Tn^s papCr has been accused of mis-  new start being made.   We havc seen ' repn. cnting the    City Council in the  considerable race-track tactics in con- . mattcr of its refusal to grant to the  ' nection    with    two    very    important - City  Ban(i the    use   of    the Council  matters before the people.   One is in '.chamber [0r practice purposes.   It is  connection with the proposed road to   ciaimed by the -Mayor that the band  'open up the   Lawes   addition to En- j was ncver refused the use of the City  derby,  and    the   other in  connection : j-iall.   This, of course, is a matter of  with   the   petition    now   before   the ��������������������������� op_nion.     If it is   meant that no di-  ' Council asking that a money by-law ' rect refusal    was given,   we are pre-  . be submitted  for the erection  of an [pared to admit    that   the   Mayor is  exhibition    hall    on    the    recreation j right.   But on the other hand, if the  !ground or some other suitable place. | Council is prepared to give the band  This   matter   has    been    before   the 1 permission,  then why does it not do  Council for six weeks, and has made : s0?   \yc   are   not   going   to   'quibble  ;no headway.   At the last meeting it ; about what constitutes a refusal. All  iwas laid over "to await the su.mis-'we know about   it   is what the min-  |sion of plans   and    other particulars ;utcs of the   Council   tell us.   At the  by the petitioners." \regular meeting of that body held on  j    When  the petition   as   required by   Wednesday   evening,   March   9th,  "a  : law was   submitted    to   the Council , letter was received from Mr. Lemke,  tasking that a money by-law bc sub- .bandmaster,  asking on behalf of the  ! mitted   to  raise  the   funds  necessary   jiami the use of a room in  the  City  ���������������������������to lay thc water system, was it held . Hall on two   nights   a   week for re-  10_;up awaiting the submission of plans jhearsal,  provided the room was not  25c'by the petitioners?      When the pcti- | jn use by the Council on the nights  25c tion asking   for   the   erection of the 10f practice.   It was decided to reply,    'City Hall   was    submitted, were the;that there is difficulty in the way of  Just arrived'Shipment Of Spring petitioners required to submit plans, !complying with the request, and that  HatS   in latest Stvles and Shades! and to furnish specifications ?   ; ;the Council trust that the band will  '  .��������������������������� j    Both of these matters,���������������������������the opening | be able   to    retain   the    use   oi the  Fresh .Groceries always in Stock. ! 0[ the   Lawes-Ba.-.-nes   additions, and School   house,   or    if    not;"    we are  .   "' T~ ithe erection of    an   exhibition hall���������������������������'.quoting    from    the   minutes   of   the  "^^tlGGlCr     &     EV_tTlS,'are oE vast   importance   to Enderby -meeting, "that the band will be able  . iand thc future of the district.   Both 'to obtain   some    other    suitable and  in bulk and package  L. L. May's Seeds, 3 for-   ���������������������������  Steele-Briggs'        6 for  Plunket & Savage, 6 for  While this may be a talk on  Curtains, we would not have  | you conflict it with the or-  I dinary Curtain Lecture.  <_  t     We feel sure you will be  pleased to learn about the New Curtainings we have just put  in stock. They are the latest thing out, and so handsome!  Come in and see our Two-Tone Printed Scrim. It is very  pretty, and the NEWEST thing in Curtains.  We have a new line of Madras Curtains, also. These  will interest you when you are putting the house in order  after the Spring Cleaning."  MEN'S  That's the  Word���������������������������  SUITS  _. _       _   require strong and-definite action. It ! satisfactory accommodation."  CitV     R^C-Slt     l\__2LFK6t is not enough to express one's inter-  THOS. E. WOODS, Proprietor  This, it is true, is not a direct re-  i cat. in the matter. We must DO. Wcjfi.sal. But the-fact that the Council  imust spend    some   money.   We must ��������������������������� is not disposed to  tell   the band  or    | venture.   We must make way for ex-' the public what the difficulty in the  . p        -j'pansion and encourage the enterprise . way consists   of    so   that it-may be  The best Fresh,   Salt and Cured of t]iose who are here to makc ff0od :overcolllCi or to. make any effort to  . idence prima  isposed to let  ��������������������������� turn down    the   second,    means   the 'the band occupy the holy of holies.  -"- . ^      -, -j 1\/T    *1        j driving    from    Enderby    thc    annual;    A tempest    has   been made out of  (JrClGrS   Dy   lVlclll        : poultry show,,  and   the holding back ' this little tea-pot bubble.   It reminds  receive    our    prompt   attention, 'of other enterprises quite as import- ������������������oi_c of the small boy. with a new pair  - :  . iant.   For  municipal   Bnderby to  get ' oi red-topped boots.   When the boots  ; - 7!   * j cold-feet at this time means a scri-   become a little   worn,    anybody can  ���������������������������P_������������������__17SS'_,_3������������������        1    _ _7_^_* _7  ous set-back.    Jockeying in affairs of   take and use them.  -rnv������������������ue   juivc* y -tliis    ltu(le Is serIOUB-     ' ! !    By   using   the   Campbell     Varnish  The best Fresh,   Salt ancl uurea of those who are here to makc good :overcolllCi or to. make ar  Meats; chicken and Fresh lMSh'To turn (]QWn    the   first proposition Overcome it itself,  is evic  ���������������������������  weekly; eggs and vegetables. ;means the stopl,ing   0f growth.   To facie that it is  not disi  Rubber-tired Single and Double  rigs;   stylish  drivers;   new har  HUMANE  IDEAS  IN  VOGUE  Stain  Graining process you can produce  a  fine  effect  over  any "old  dis-  np- _��������������������������� evervthine   UP-to-date and i    The    following   from the Christian-colored-floor. First apply the Ground  1.1    7    Wh.n vn,_ wi_h  _ri_'G������������������ardian we   submit to judicial En- , Color, then the  Surfacer,  going over  well-kept     Wheny0UW.shailg;derbv:   ..In the MIssourl ponltentIary-it with the   Graining   Roller;    finish  for a Sunday c.rive,  speak for it;thc ;vcaring of striped suits has bcen with Campbell's varnish stain, light   1 .-    C-.___.J-       _-tiiiv_    nnffl   ������������������__*/_ _ . r_.nl.-       __r������������������     ci n _r    _lnc.7'P_!     ohnflo Tt.    \Vfl FIT'S  early, as my finest   tlirn-OUts are' abolished, 'unless for refractory pris-:������������������ak.  or any. desired shade.   It wears  Usually spoken for in advance.       ; oners, and in -future all convicts who j ^<e ir������������������"-     Ask A. Fulton about it.      ' are obedient to the rules will appear  riW"ivjatufl3W8 ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  in ordinary citizens'    clothing.  Cliff Street  __  "Tlie-1  C   __     k     announcement of   this   reform to the  Lnaerpy  two  thousand  prisoners  was the  occasion of a resolution expressing the  ���������������������������hearty thanks of the men,  and their  determination  to  avoid   the  disgrace  \ that would  come upon   them  by disobedience.     The reform is one that is  ; worthy of   imitation,   and   one that  m'x"   tt'    " _ . _    i-U_ _.lrl Ti���������������������������_v  wil1  surely come   to all our insLitti-  The Home o   the 0 d-limei Uons whcn we get a ]ittlc morc hu.  ancl the abode ot the JNew- lnanc ail(1 morc Ciu.istian ideas as to  the treatment of criminals.     And its  ..Wnnted���������������������������nt.once���������������������������two.oi-threc good   Our Shoes for  Men, Women  and Children  are "Quality"  j  Enderby Trading Co. Ltd.  1 Leaders in General Merchandise and Supplies  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,  Hotel  Comer. All will find a warm c_ ..,.���������������������������.,.���������������������������...��������������������������� u.   Welcomsat the pionCOrhOUSe  coming will make the problem of thc  and yOU'll be made tO feel at  criminal  just n  little easier of solu-  home, no matter when you  hang up your hat.  G. E. MANNING, Proprietor  End  eroy  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  .... Copyrights Ac.  Anvoiio sending n Bkotcli mid description may  ni_clflr ascertain oiir opinion free whether an  _ivei Ion Isprobnbl. piitontnljlo. Communion-  tonsBtrlctlycoi.lldcntlal. HANDBOOK on 'atouts  soi tfroo. Oldest nL-oncy for sucurliiffpatems.  l" .touts taken tfirou. i Jlunn & Co. recelre  special notice, without chnruo, lu tha  Scientific jlmericai.  A hfindrornely UluHtrate;l weekly. ."������������������������������������������������������ elr-  Silaton of liny Rrlenlii!'! journal. Term* for  Caim'la. S3.75 a yeur, i _ stago propatit Bold by  all newsdualeri. tf     i  MUNN &Co.361Broadway NewYork  1   Brincb onico. 025 F St., Washington. D. C.  tion. Jf reformation is to lie at all  tiie purpose of imprisonment, then  tlie "striped suit and the lock step is  a mighty hinderancc rather than a  help. And, whatever wc may do in  actual practice, no Christian man  would dare to say that reformation  should not he thc chief aim and purpose of imprisonment."  The thought underlying this article  from thc Christian Guardian was  brought forcibly to us the other day  when we visited the basement of the  City Hall. Two cells are being finished there that are a disgrace to a  civilized community. No doubt they  ! were built, and are being finished according to specifications, but they are  uinfit to confine a human being in,  even though he were a murderer condemned to die. They are something  like Cx8 or ten feet; solid brick walls  on three sides, without a - window  opening to thc outer world. The  only vent is    into    thc   furnace pipe,  farm hands.   Apply���������������������������R.  Waddell.  Hazelmere Ranch, Bnderby  In and out of season  Call Up Robinson  l  ?V_#S_N  %  *_\_^j^__!i___ ^ _?***^  . And phone.your rush orders.at  our expense. We are ready with  the goods you want as you want  them. Our facilities are equal  ts your immediate requirements  and we make it our business to  ensure you absolute satisfaction.  COFFEE-Our  Homestead   Brand.  Sales steadily increasing. Try it.  t We guarantee it to please.  TEAS���������������������������We have some bargains.  We can  still show  the Goods  Some  prime  stall-fed  beef  on  cut at the present time  Our Sausage is still a  Leader  Fish and Poultry  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  WALTER     ROBINSON  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.   ,  L. S.GRAY,Florist  Vernon Greenhouses  Vernon, B.C.  Headquarters for Choice Cut Flowers  Carnations a Specialty  Prompt   attention  given to  orders  for Funeral Emblems, Bouquets, etc.  Palms, Ferns,  Variety.  and House Plants in  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  F.T.TURNER  Plumbing and  Steam Fitting  All kinds of Tin and Zinc Articles Repai _d  Rear Evans Blk Enderby  BLANCHARD & ENGLISH  Enderby, B. C.  Contractors & Builders  Estimates Furnished and Work'Guaranteed tf  Thursday, April 21, 1910  THE. ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817  Capital, $14,400,000 Rest, $12,000,000  Undivided Profits,  $699,969.88  Honorary President. Kt. Hon. LORD STRATHCONA. MOUNT ROYAL, C. C. M. G.  President, Hon.   SIR GEORGE DRUMMOND. JL C. M. Q.  Vice-President and General Manager.   SIR EDWARD CLOUSTOM, Bart.  Head Office, Montreal. London Office, 46-47 Threadneedle St E.C.  A General Banking Business Transacted  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT SWJK^5TJS1nSth  Branches in Olcnnagnn District: Enderby. Armstrong, Vernon, Kdowna and Summerland  G. A. HENDERSON. Esq,. Manager. Vernon A. E. TAYLOR, Manager. Eiiderby  COSGROVE AND BOSTONIANS  Grand   Champion  Clydesdale Stallion  Marcellus Junior  (147 5 8")  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.  Si   _    7_   _*  Marcellus [4683] (11110)  Lord Stewart [5976] (10084)  Macgregor [4486] (1487)  Farmer [3056].(286)  Garibaldi (318) '  , DAM  Melanie [16612] (14685)  Nina [16613] (8673)  Nance [4700] (573)  Lily  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. Waddell's); 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 L. W. Hartwell's ranchv  Terms: To insure, $25.00; reduction made on three mares and over.  Finest in the Country  "Enderby is a charming villiage with city airs.  When Paddy Murphy shook the show of Sandon  off his feet he came here, and now. owns one of _  finest brick hotels in "trie country. Although  Paddy is an Irishman from Michigan, he calls his .-  hotel the King Edward. In addition to the excellence of the meals, breakfast is served up to 10  -'"    o'clock,, which is an added attraction for tourists."  ' (Extract from Lowery's Ledge.)  King E . ward HoteUo&to.URPHY Enderby  ������������������-+-���������������������������-���������������������������-������������������-_��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>.������������������.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  _ .  Hazelmere. Poultry Ranch  White Holland Turkeys  Toulouse Geese  White and Partridge Wyandottes  Send for my mating list giving all the information of my winnings.  My Partridge Wyandottes are the best on the Pacific Coast.  N. B.���������������������������A few S. C. White Leghorns and White Wyandotte cockerels  for sale, from same strains as my winners.   Prices oh application.  .  MRSrWADPELlT Propr   ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������-��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������-������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������-���������������������������-  ^Enderby_"BrCr~J-  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  "THE PALACE" is the  shoe for well-dressed men  .and .women. _ The ..brains  and skill of Canada's best  workmen have helped to  make it so.  By years of careful experimenting���������������������������by crucial tests which eliminated every weakness whether, of material or workmanship, we  have pretty nearly^worked perfection into the shoe.  And back of all this are the largest and best equipped factories  in Canada���������������������������guaranteeing Ames-Holden workmanship-Ames-Holden  quality���������������������������Ames-Holden service every time.  Your dealer handles these shoes���������������������������ask him.  We have known J. Cosgrove for  about ten years. He has, in that  time introduced more high-class entertainments to the public in the  small places of British Columbia  than any theatrical man in Canada.  He, himself, a first-class entertainer,  it gives him a close touch on the  best that is to be had. The Musical  Bckhardts aod the Palmatier Sisters  are the more recent of his attrac-"  tions. This season he is presenting  the Juvenile Bostonians. He says it  is the best attraction he has ever had  on the road. By special arrangement these great little artists will  be heard. in Bnderby, on Friday evening, May 13th.  Of their recent visit to Edmonton,  the Bulletin says: "There is not a  more popular company visiting Edmonton than the Bostonians, and  this year the company is even better  than before. 'Babe' Mason is undoubtedly the most fascinating child-  actress in Canada, and one with a  bright future. - In the two years of  study, during which she has, been ab-  .sent from the stage, she has made  notable progress. This, in fact, may  be said of all the members of this  very attractive troupe. Friends, like  good wine, improve with years.  "The Bostonians have rarely been  seen here in a more effective vehicle  for their artistic and musical ability  than in this sparkling, wholesome  operetta, with its setting in the Swiss  mountains. Every detail of the scenery and picturesque costuming has  been carefully thought out and the  ensemble. of the artistic chorus-  groups was' pleasing to both the  sight and hearing.       s  "Babe Mason as Bertha, the' bewitching little German sausage girl,  whose American" Uncle leaves her a"  billion dollars, is delightfully .piquant  and comic���������������������������a wholesome joy from  first to last. Little .Ethel Stoddard,  the youngest of "the troupe, made a  decided hit in her- song, "I Want a  Postal .Card," and received numerous  recalls. Edith McClaire and Hattie  Hellen, two pretty-and graceful seniors of the company, made a pair of  handsome youths. The Swiss Yodelling songs of the former was one of  the very enjoyable features bf the  evening, while the latter has a delightfully, sweet and fresh voice  brought out rounds of applause. Another pleasing - solo was that by" the  lovelorn maid in search of her musician, "whose front name was Fritz.  All the choruses were notably good,  the shifting lights effect being particularly pretty in the chorus to the  Moon."-  other place "was madef Here the editor found much to interest him. ' He  scurried about, and was soon lost to  view.  "His angelic escort got worried at  last ancl began a systematic search  for his charge. He found him at last  seated before a furnace, fanning himself and gazing at the people in the  fire. On the door of the furnace was  a plate saying, 'Delinquent Subscribers.'  " 'Come,' said the angel to the editor, *we must bc going.'  " 'You go on,' the editor answered>  without lifting his eyes. 'I'm not  coming. This is heaven enough for  me."  Barb wire  $4.50 hundred  Nails, $3.75 ������������������  WHAT GOMPERS THINKS  "Prohibition is a failure. I am not  in-sympathy with that movement."  In this emphatic language Samuel  Gompers, president of the American  Federation of Labor, recently declared himself on the- question of  abolishing the saloon when he refused  to address, a local option meeting at  Chicago.   Gompers said:  "Proper regulation of the liquor  traffic is much more eSective for temperance than the abolishment of saloons-under the local option or prohibition, laws. I have noted the experience of cities both in the United  States and in-Europe, and I am convinced that prohibition does not accomplish what" the prohibitionists are  seeking."  NOT QUITE GRAMATICAL  " A Frenchman with an imperfect  knowledge of English, was once  called upon for an after-dinner  speech. He struggled along, manfully  for a few minutes; managing to turn  out one or two good phrases.  Finally he excused himself from the  further effort, by saying, "I will no  longer cockroach on your time."  .. An Englishman sitting, next to him  at the table remarked: "Your speech  was dooced clevah ! But you used the  wrong word at .the. close,.- doncher-  know. You should have said; "I will  no longer hencroach upon your time.'  "I see,"   said. the   Frenchman,   "I  used, the wrong,gender.''-  Poultry Lecture  HEAVEN ENOUGH FOR HIM  Frederick C. Beyer, a well known  Cleveland editor, told at a recent  press banquet, a newspaper story.  "A Medina editor died," he said,  "and was, of course, directed to as-  lS_rd~_o^Y^_tbode">ci^fieTu_tT^W  during the ascent, the editor's journalistic curiosity asserted itself, and  he said:  " 'Is it permitted for one to have a  look at the other place?'   '  " 'Certainly,' was the gracious reply, and accordingly a descent to the  -CITY OF -ENDERBY  Assessment, Year 1910  JAMES MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident Insurance  Agencies  A. Life Iniuranee polioy in the Royal Iniuranee Oo.  of Liverpool, Eng,, is a valuable asset.     A plain,   "  8tr_l__tforward contract, leaving no room for  doubt aa to IU value.  Tlie Liverpool & 'London & Olobe Ine. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  British America Assurance Co.  Royal Insurance Coo. Liverpool (Life dept)  The London & Lancashire Guarantee A  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOC*. ENDERBY  Court of Revision  A meeting of the -Farmers', Institute will be held in the K. of P. hall,  at Enderby, on. Friday evening,0 the  22nd of April, at 7:30 p. m., "when a  lecture will be "given by Professor  Jull, on' Poultry, and who will be  pleased to answer any questions that  may be asked:. Everybody come.  - _ W. P. HORSLEY, President,  JOHN B. BIRD, Secretary.  If you have not tried the Glen Gerrack milk and cream, you do not yet  know the satisfaction of being milk-  satisfied.   Doing_the__little_.things._has caused  many a man to'get big.  WE   SELL  GARDEN RAKES  GARDEN HOES  GARDEN CULTIVATORS  GARDEN SPADES  'GARDEN. FORKS  Planet Junior, Cultivators  ���������������������������    .5.75 to $17.00  Screen Doors  Screen Windows  5    Poultry Netting  Ideal Wire Gates and Fences  Sharpie's Tubular  Cream Separators,.$40 to $80  All the latest in Bicycles and ;  .Supplies  Paroid Roofing  $3.75 per Hundred Square feet  Red Rope Roofing  $2.25per Hundred .Square Feet.  PENDRAY'S FRUIT TREE. :  ;._-'"       SPRAY..  $1.00 per gaK: in 1 gal. tins  Alabastine rrail colors _.  Paints, Oils and Varnishes" .  Our stock is complete and the  Prices are right f  A. Ful toil  Hardware, Tin __  Plumbing  Establishment.... Enderby  Scratch Pads  We have a number of Scrap  Paper Scratch Pads, "Various  sizes; just the thing for desk  memos and  scratch  work.  . _       '-���������������������������     ...  While they last. ..  a-  NOTICE is hereby given that the  first sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision of the Municipality of the  City of Enderby for the year 1910  will be held at the City Hall on Saturday, the 23rd day of April, at 7:30  p. m., for the purpose of hearing and  determining complaints against the  assessment as made by the Assessor,  ancl revising and correcting the assessment roll.  Any person complaining of an error  or omission,or as having been undercharged or over-charged in the asess-  ment roll, may come before the court  either (1) personally, (2) by means of  a written communication, (3) by an  attorney or (4) by any other person  authorized by him in. writing to appear  in his behalf; and the court may, in the  exercise of their discretion, either correct or confirm the assessment; but  no complaint can be heard unless  WRITTEN NOTICE of the ground of  such complaint shall have been given  to the Assessor at least TEN DAYS  before the date of the first sitting of  the court. v  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Clerk of the Municipal Council.  City Hall, March 21st, 1910.  Garden,  Field  and Flower  New "crop" now "arriving "from our growers in" England,' France,   Holland, Canada and the United States. All tested as to vitality  and purity on arrival. The BEST is good enough for our customers.   Catalogue free.  Business will bc continued at our  old stand  until   May.   After ���������������������������  that in new location, which ���������������������������will be announcedlater. '  M   J   HENRY   3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver  AVI.   U*   I   .1_11_\ 1 , BRITISH   COLUMBIA  HA   Y  GOOD Alberta Upland, $16.50 per ton  Good No. 1 Alberta Timothy $21.50 T.rN  Delivered to any part of Enderby City.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO. Ltd.  LOANS  Applications   received for  Loans on improved Farming  arid.City property.  Apply to���������������������������        '  G. A. HANKEY & CO., Ltd.       VERNON, B.C. THE DOMINION FORESTS  EXT KM)    Ali OUT    1.000    .MI./MS  EAST AND WKST.  .els  and  .{.spooling  .Man-  S.or.ie Inlcr.still!.  1  Their  Nn 111 re  agrinent.  "If the forests of this great region, so absolutely necessary to a  northern district, a great portion  of which is nol even provided with  coal, arc to he. preserved, an appropriation sufficient to provide an  efficient and comprehensive, patrol  must be given, _ml the interest involved would thoroughly justify the  expenditure." The>e words are  used by .Mr. J. Jl. Campbell, Superintendent of Forestry, in regard  tn the immense stretch of country  lyiijg between Hudson 15ay and the  Ftoclcies and north of the Saskatchewan and form part of his contribution to thc report of the Department of thc Interior, lately laid before' Parliament. The district cx-  tonds about 1.000 miles east and  we si, by some :J00 to GOO /ni Jos (averaging 400 miles) north and south,  'and is all more or less forested.  ���������������������������Steps havc already been taken for  the  patrol  of   the  region,   rangers  FOREST  HI-SERVE   ADMINISTRATION.  The reserves are described at  sonic length by Mr. T. J.nechtel,  Inspector uf Forest Reserves, in Iiis  report appended io the main report.  The Hiding Mountain Reserve is  described at length in a separate  bulletin. ("The Riding Mountain  Forest Reserve." by J. R. Dickson, Asst. Inspector of .Forest Reserves), thc survey of thc reserve  having been completed. The result  of a "'reconnaissance'' survey of  "The Pines'' Reserve, made in the  Slimmer of 190S, is also published  as an appendix to the report (Appendix No. 2, Report of Li. .. Mac-  M.illan. Asst. Inspector of Forest  Reserves). Additions to existing  reserves have also been recommended.   One of these consists of a tract'  KEPT STATUES OF DEAD  PLACi.i) THI_.il AT TlfKTR  INO TAHI.KS.  DIN-  Eccon.riciiio.s   of   IJereaved    Husbands and Wives���������������������������Lived in  Wife's Tomb.  having,   in  190S,   been   kept on  thc  Athabaska, Lesser Slave, Peace and  Great Slave Jlivers, in the region  north of Thc Pas, Saskatchewan,  and in the country north of Prince  Albert, Saskatchewan, including  the Lac hi 'Rouge district, the  scene of, the' mining excitement.  Some of the most important points  and-routes of travel, however, remain unprotected, such as the  whole district surrounding and  north of Lake Winnipeg as far as  Hudson Bay, the whole valley of  the Churchill River, and a great  part of the Peace and Mackenzie  l.iver districts.  F.IRF. NOTICES  , have  been    printed   in    Cree   and  Chippewyan for distribution in the  , north, and a copy of one of. these  is appended to Lhc report.  A special patrol was maintained  along the route of the G.T.P,, with  the encouraging result that no  serious tires occurred. Similar  precautions need to be observed on  the many other railway lines projected in -thc  northern country.  Tho importance attached to this  bianch of thc work by the Forestry  Branch i.s shown by the increase in  the number of fire rangers from '17,  in 1307, to 82, in 190S; these ranger': patrol their respective districts,  discover and extinguish fires and  warn travelers and residents of the  danger of setting or negleeling  fires. Few serious fires occurred on  Dominion lands in spite of thc dryness of the season and the consequent risk. The most serious fires  ver- at Salmon Arm. Mansoii Creek  and White Lake, in British Columbia, and in the valley of the Spray  Iiiver in Alberta.  For lhe P>.  C.  fires squatters on  berth,  were  chielly  rcspon-  i-IrtH-Ji=-ntM_-eH-SP=C. l-Vl-lC-S.S 1 Mi&S-pftE=J-(;l'-eSt-l-J  on   the  part of a   lumber company  timber  ..... i-1   -s.t_.r~;  of some 200 square miles, lying to  the north of the Saskatchewan  Rivr, opposite Prince Albert,  Sask. It is also recommended that  thc Cypress Hills Reserve, in Alberta, bc considerably extended;  aside from the value of the forests  in this reserve, it is found that thc  reserve is of considerable value as  a source of hay for ranchers in the  vicinity. "The forests of the  Crow's Nest district were also reported on by Assistant Inspector  MacMillan (see Bulletin c__o. 5,  "Forest Conditions of the Crow's  Nesi Valley, Alberta"). Regulations for the management of camp  sites within thc forest reserves are  printed afc the end of Mr. Campbell's  report, and regulations i'or leases  cf mining lands in the reserves are  also given.  TREE PLANTING .'R-FPOBTS.  Over two and a half million trees  were sent out from the Forest Nursery Station at Indian Head, Sask.,  in Uic Spring of 1909, 2,010 applications being supplied. Jn the  Spring of .1910, trees will be sent  for the first time to 2,235 new applicants. Heretofore no coniferous  trees have been distributed; in 1911  it- is hoped to begin thc distribution  of this kind of stock, the species to  be distributed being white spruce,  jack pine, lodgepole pine and  Scotch pine. To these the tamarack or native larch will probably  soon bc added. Applications for  trees are n'iw handled entirely at  the branch's office at Indian .Head,  instead of at Ottawa as formerly.  NATIONAL PARKS  Thc Dominion National parks arc  now administered   by   the  forestry  branch, and tho report gives a list  oi  these,   with a short description  cf  each.    The revision of the park  regulations is noted.    The completion   of the   fence   around   Buffalo  Park is referred fo.    This fence is  7J. miles long,  nine feet in licight,  and consists of .1 . strands 'of wire.  In Ontario thc only National park  is the St.  Lawrence Park .Reservation,  comprising 11   islands  and   a  small   peninsula  on     the   St.   Lawrence,  between Brockville and Cn-  nanoque. formerly owned by   . band  of thc M.ississagua Indians.  Copies  o[ ihe  report, as well  as those  cf  the bulletin referred to above, may  be had free of charge, by address-  ins, IL H. Campbell,  Superintendent  O fcla-w-a-.   fc,   board  dest rov-  was a partial cause, for the Spray  ��������������������������� Vallev fire the carelessness of tourist" ih responsible. Ly the British  ' Columbia lires 200,00(1 fe-i  measure, of timber weie  vd. and |().f. ifi.fHle feet damaged;  the Sp'-av Valley lire burned about  O.fi'Jfj.OUIIi feel.  J-T) .!��������������������������� .T STICKY NEFDF.D.  I i.'ere    I.-  MII'VcV  uf  11  th'' greatest need ol a  ihis Northern forest belt.  to say nothing of its prod elioii  from lire. An exploration of this  trad. ..iniilar io th-1 exploration of  Noi them Ontario, made in l*Ji>. by  th" (lovi-iJimeui of that province,  could, .Mr. Campbell state.;, be made  Foi .-.U'ViOii. an amount, which  ..|iie:id over tin years, would mean  nn annual expenditure of i.20.000.  Seine of ihe main lines of Iravi I  through the. country are well  known, il is true, but large areas  are nilircly unknown, particularly awav from the." routes, and in  Older to secure adequate knowledge  upon whieii lo Imse proper administration of lhe country, def'nite  knowledge   of il   is essential.  On the forest reserves timber  Burvevs were continued during  1903, and plans of administration  foi the reserves are now being prepared in accordance with the results  of thc-e surveys. Fire and careless  cutting have resulted in thc deterioration of the reserves, arid a long  pci'iod of management will he required to bring them bad; into proper condition. Of the whole area  of 10.000,000 acre* comprised i_ tae  reserves, about I ,���������������������������>.'���������������������������!,i.xj:) acres 1.utc  A Parisian lady who died recently won a certain amount of notoriety in the French capital by entertaining at. dinner [or over a decade  a marble statue of her lata husband. From the day of her partner's death until her own decease  she always dined with the statue,  whieh wa.s live feet in height, placing it at the head of tho table ancl  setting before it food and viands  bv   way of oblation.  Thc late King of Bavaria always  had a bust of Marie Antoinette by  his side when hc safc down to dinner. He regarded thc stone image  absolutely the same as if it were  the Queen herself, placing the most  costly viands for its consumption  and speaking to it in tender tones.  WHIM OF   BACHELOR.  There is an old gentleman living  near Glasgow who has for several  years dined daily with a statue.  He is a bachelor, and thc statue  is a counterfeit presentment of his  sister with whom hc lived and who  died suddenly of heart failure. At  her death an exact model of hcr  in a sitting posture was chiselled  by a. sculptor, and this was attired  in her clothes and placed by hcr  bereaved brother in a chair in his  dining-room. From that day to  this the statue has occupied a, scat  at his dinner table, with a maidservant standing beside it, whose  duty it is to place food and drink  for ifc at every meal.  Ifc will be remembered that Mr.  Clyde Fitch, the dramatist, gave a  banquet once afc which there were  a number of half-human-size dolls,  dressed to represent thc female  characters in  certain of his plays.  Cases of sculptors falling in love  with the figures they chisel arc by  no means uncommon. One sculptor became so entranced with one  cf his works that lie used to worship it in a most extraordinary  fashion. Another knight of the  mallet chiselled a Venus, and fell  in love with it to such an extent  that on several occasions hc enter-  tsined ifc at- dinner-table, inviting  hi" fellow-sculptors to toast it in  bumpers of champagne.  COMPANIONS OF THE DEAD.  Ifc seems incredible that men  should live in the tombs, of their  wives, yet there are several cases  on record of men who have done  this. Jonathan Peed, for instance,  sat daily in a vault in F.vergreen  Cemetery, New York, by the side  of thc coffin containing thc remains  of his wife.  Mr. Reed, who was an eccentric  gentleman of considerable wcaK.i,  erected a tomb at a cost of $:__00  and, after placing thc body of his  wife in it, furnished it with a dress-  inR.-lab.le and_j.n_i_.___ .__���������������������������.-"___ . _  Let ,us see how her day goes.  There is a. round of washing bowls  and pots, sweeping fche one or two  family rooms, and. squatting on a  bit of old mat outside fche door, to  wash, with a brick for a washboard aud soda instead of soap. She  rubs away patiently at white stockings that are nearly black, and thc.  boys' ragged trousers, besides her  own, fur girls as well as boys wear  trousers in China.  ^ "Well, girl," hr_r mother says,  "work away, for to-morrow is (he.  iiinth of the ninth month, and if  you are diligent io-day you may go  with your aunt and ine to thc 'missionaries' home.- Oh, of course we  go  to  the. temple first!  "Rind your feefc a little morc  tightly, child! Wlio do you think  w.J] marry you with such feet'.' You  know I havo always told vou that  a- woman should havc hcad'and feet  nice.  _ "Rub a little easier, and be saving of thc soda. 1 spent three cents  fo? itK and ifc will be long enough  before I can gel; morc. I shall save  up quite a while to - get thirfcv  cents,' so I can buy cloth for baby  a suit. It's 'getting cool, and the  missionary lady says it's because he  goes bare that lie's sick all thc  time."  "Mother, can't you buy cloth for  ine some shoes. Mine have had  these bits of cloth glued on the toe  for a long time, and they're not  very  nice."  "'.Dear, dear, how you children do  wear out your things!. Well, if you  will help with the fur-sewing and  wc earn ten cents a'day regularly,  you ean buy thc cloth next month."  "I need ankle-cloths, too."  "Now, child. What a girl you  are! Havc you gone and washed  yours all to pieces'. If I was as  strong as I used to bc I'd do thc  washing all myself! Go to thc gate  and if your brother is there, tell  him to come quickly and bring ar-  gols to cook supper with. It's well  for us that the grocer trusted me  for the millet. We shall not go  hungry to-night, as we did lasfc  night."  The father comes in with two  cents' worth of carrots for supper.  He says, ''The new foreign doctor  io a man of great skill, I hear. Quite  y, wonderful case they are telling  oi. all over town." Bijt I" liked thc  other doctor;-she was'very kind to  it-. I've always thought that when  I had time T. would go and learn  aboufc Jesus."  ��������������������������� ���������������������������-    .���������������������������, ���������������������������       ..,     ���������������������������   ���������������������������    ... . ��������������������������� i.ii.. _.n ��������������������������� _.,   ��������������������������� __-_k_������������������   ,m *   .   _.���������������������������   . AJ  SUXS1II>rE IX UNIFORMS.  "Sisl.i- Dora"' Had   Great   Influence Over Maa."  Dorothy Winslow I. ittison, who  was born in the Yorkshire village  <M: Jfanxwell, in thc. North Biding  of Yorkshire, of which hcr father  was rector, was one of the many  bright-faced [..ngliahwomcn iu  nurse's uniform who, in Spenser's  beautiful phrase, "made a sunshino  in   the  shady place."    .In   the' hos-  sole. manago-  pufc  into   the  been   surveye  . _  ���������������������������The production of any soil is governed by the scarcity of any one  of the principal three constitnenfs  of plant food, nitrogen, phosphoric  acid and potash. A soil may be rich  in potash and phosphates, and if  di lieient in nitrogen will produce  poor crops. The addition of la rec  quantities of "fertilizer " containing  only potash and phosphoric acid  would not increase the productive  ea pa city of such soil. So if phosphates nnd nitrogt n are plentiful,  bui potash largely lack ine,', the result will be the same. Plants le-  quire all three of these foods in  large quantities, and the successful farmer must know what his ..oil  needs. This i.s not a dillieull matter to determine, simply a question  of a liltie ccunmoii-:������������������i-MiM' experiment ing, and does nut neeessitnte  analysis  of  soils.   . vI,   table, china vases, boxes, and all  the property belonging to his wife,  including o.d gloves, balls of yarn,  pieces of unfinished knitting, photographs,  and   boxes of letters.  The eoflin stood on a shelf, and  over this Mr. Reed threw a piece  oi che;ip .'Japanese matting, gaudily painted with flowers. Regularly every morning the bereaved husband visited the tomb, and remained there until the cemetery closed  at seven o'clock, in the evening.  .MILLIONS LIKK THIS.  tern  01  he  .Monotonous    Lift  Chinese (iirl.  Some vivid word pictures by Mrs.  ill imw, *  ���������������������������  ^*4&_������������������ *___*_  __  W  "If we   .',  _. nJv  ___j'^������������������_.  Iieved m spooks a I  nice e#r:i would be wasted."���������������������������L  ins  fc  Isabella   Riggs   Williams,   missionary of the American Hoard to Chi'ia  fiom   1 S(_f.   to     189"  been published  iu  "Ry the (.Jrout  Wall.'  most striking is that  author   tries  to  make.  Western   readers   the.  have   recently  book,  entitled  "    One of the  in   whieh  the  plain  to  her  ;reat  differ  ence, which exisls between the life  of Canadian girls and thc circumstances which circumscribe the opportunities (">f a  Chinese  girl.  This court', fifteen ��������������������������� feet square,  surrounded I.- mud houses, is her  home (the Chinese girl) and that of  five other families. She cannot go  1; . church or Christian Endeavor  meetings,'she cannot go to school,  or have any kind of an outing more  than a dozen times a ye.ir.  When she. was younger she couki  go on the street for small items of  marketing, but now her mother is  wiifehful of hcr,���������������������������it is time for hor  uiarriaere.���������������������������she is twelve years old,  and tall for her age.  SAFE IN PAUL! A .HE NT.  Formerly, .iri.i.li _._'.'_ Were Safe  J .'oi:. Creditors.  In modern times when the British Parliament is dissolved it means  that thc members niust look to their  bank-books for election expenses.  Formerly it spurred them to desperate shifts to avoid bankruptcy  and arrest for debt, for with the  dissolution of Parliament went the  member's prized privilege of immunity from his creditors. Down  fco sixty years ago no civil action  fi.". the recovery of debt could bc  directed against members of Parliament, _so__t hat _a,_scat_in__Parlia in cji.t  was the spendthrift's invulnerable  defence. Or, as Disraeli wrote, the  only way to keep some men "oufc of  the House of Correction was to get  them into the .House of Commons."  '.Remarks the London Chronicle:  "The worst of election expenses is  that the candidate can ncVev bc  sure what sort ot pig in a poke he  is buying. The Parliament may run  its full term, or it may come to an  end after a few months, l.ven if  it lasts, the game may be decidedly  not. worth the. candle. Sir iMount-  stuart Grant Duff gives a poignant  little incident of the wearisome  struggle over the Coercion Hill in  1HS1. 'When things were at their  dullest and deadliest, Stuart Ren-  del heard a man, as he rolled off  his seat in the extremity of weariness say: "And to think that I  "should have paid $3.. ,000 for  this'.'"  At one old-time British election  a candidate won by means of an  umbrella. Sheer absence of mind  caused him to leave the "gamp"  bi hind at every house at which he  called to canvass, and, of course,  when it was returned by the voter  a sovereign was only a suitable reward for honesty.  ���������������������������I-.i.ul at Walsall, the  ment of which was  hands of "Sister Dora," as she was  called, her chief interest lay, according lo a brief biography incorporated in. "A Rook of Noble Women," in trying to save the. limbs  of those who had been mutilated by  the machinery of thc iroii pits. One  of these, cases was especially touching.  A fine, strong young collier was  brought in with a terribly 'mangled  arm.  "Nothing can save it; amputation  must take ��������������������������� place afc once," pronounced the surgeon.-  The. answering groan of despair  from the patient called up on the  nurse's face a look of such deep  pity that the  man  exclaimed^  "'O, sister, save my arm for mc !  It's  my  right arm!"  Turning to the doctor. Sister  .Dora said, "I believe I can save  this arm, if yoti will lefc me try."  The doctor was  naturally angry,  and told her (.roughly that he knew  best, and that if the -arm were not -  amputated at once, the man would  die.  The patient listened eagerly to  the altercation ; but when the choice  was given him. he gladly consented to take his chance with Sister  .Dora.  "Very well," said the' irate surgeon to the nurse,  "bufc remember  it's your arm���������������������������you take.fchb responsibility.    I will have nothing to do .  with   the case."  So she was left to do as best sho  could.  "How I prayed over that arm!"  she- used to say in'later days, wh.cn  she described the almost ceaseless  tending given to it for three weeks.  Afc the end of fchafc fcimc she called  fche doctor fco inspect, hcr work. "  "Why, you have saved ifc!" he'  cried, and with true manliness and  generosity brought in the whole  hospital staff to show them "what  could be done in the way of conservative surgery," as lie called it.  Some time after her patient had  left, thc hospital Sister .Dora had a  .cvere illness, brought on by overwork and worry. All through this  anxious period this young man  walked eleven miles into Walsall  every Sunday, his only holiday, and  giving a vigorous pull at the bell,  would  ask,   "'.How's  sister."  And when he had been answered,  h.o would say, "Tell-her that's her  arm what r,ung the bell." and then   -  turn   to   walk    his " weary  journey  back again.  Her influence over men was wonderful, and a sojourn in her hospital ward often sent a_inan out a  reformed character. Her delightful humor was partly the secret of  this influence.  =^(^I-akc=votHauglH?i^sa-id-a-biii-l-y-=--  il-r  vou  laugh  Irishman.   -"She'd make  if yon were dying!"  "If I could not' laugh over  things." she would sometimes say,  "I don't know what I shutild do."  -*  "Hi  ! SHAH'S HIGHWAY.  true"   we   "have  "Give me a ham sandwich!"  shouted the traveller at the bar of  the refreshment-room. Two seconds  later he complained to the attendant. "That was the worst sandwich  I ever had. No more l_stc than  sawdust, and not big enough to  see." "You've et yer ticket," returned the attendant contemptuously; "this here's ver ham san-  wich."  It is true" we "have some'b,..  roads, but most of our highways  compared with those of Persia  would be as a paved street to a.  ploughed field. Vou would 'think  that the keeping of the Shah's  highway would be one of the first  cares of a State, yet so little attention has been given to this subject by the Parisian Government  that there arc not a dozen good  wagon roads throughout the whole,  tountrv. The caravan routes are,  except- in a very few cases, merely  trails. Not only are the wagon  roads bad as well as scarce but it ia  an astonishing fact that although  Persia is one of the oldest of civilized States, a country comprising  an area of 028.000 square miles and  a population of .,000.000, she has  but  six   miles  of   railway.  A party of recruits were .taken to  the shooting-range for the first  time. The men fired at a target five  h-indeed yards away, and not one  hit ifc.' They were next tried at a  target two hundred yards away,  and still every one missed. They'  were, at last tried at one just.a- lum-*;  dred yards away, but "���������������������������-��������������������������� one hit jfc.v  "Attention!" thundrr d the drill  sergeant. "-Fix b_,Y������������������fle-fcs I Charge 1  It's vour oniy  ok__.������������������<s I"  . .1 .&  HE FOUND THEM  THE BEST OF ALL  ViTIATIUTlS KARRIS SAVS GF  DODD'S  KID.NEV PILLS.  Afler Try ing Five, Doctors Ur: His  Kidney Disease He Found  Helict'  ,   in  (lift  Ureal  Canadian    Kidney  .11 .ni(;.ly.  Hurdvillc, Ont... Feb. U. (Spec'al)  ��������������������������� "After trying five doctors for  Kidney Trouble, from which .1 had  suffered- for three years, 1 find that  Dodd's1 Kidney Pills relieve mc best  of all. If I keep on feeling as I  havc since L began taking. Dodd's  Kidney Pills ] shall lie well pleasc-d  and I am hoping they will cure  ne."      '.  So says Pufus Harris, well  known in this village. "L had stiffness in the joints," he continues,  "cramps in the muscles, backache  and was .heavy and sleepy after  meals. 1 was depressed and low  spirited, perspired freely, was often  dizzy and always thirsty, but since  taking Dodd's Kidney Pills I am  f e e 1 i n g  ve ry  good."  If you have any of the symptoms,  Mr. Harris tells of, it is time_for  you to beware. They are the symptoms of Kidney Disease and may  be the fore-runners of .Rheumatism,  Dropsy, Lumbago, Heart Disease,  or even thc dread Bright's Disease  itself. Take warning and .guard  apainst suffering or even death it-  fcclf .by putting the Kidneys in good  working order with Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  States, having only 20,934,-ilo horses Together the two countries  possess a majority of all thc horses  in thc world. Germany leads the  other countries of Europe with 4,-  :-.<!; .0.3, while Austria-Hungary is a  close second with 4,204,571. Franco  ranks third, with 3,094,098, and  Great Britain and Ireland fourth,  with 2,151,371.  HARD TO PLEASE.  I hate the k������������������eh and Wipping air,  I hate thc wild wind's, rush ;  I hate the trees so gaunt and bare,  Ancl, oh I hate the slush!  . The    world    is    full    of   tainted  money, but few mind the odor.  Love always loses when it thinks  only  of  what it will  gain.  There is a lot of difference - between'good will and willingness to  be good. '  How mushy  sounds when  read  Lender love letter  in court.  The under .dog gets lots of sympathy���������������������������and   that's   aboufc  all.   " ' '  Th������������������ Jept Old It. They supplied the Menthol  (omul iu "The DAL" Menthol Planter, which  lelieres instantly t..\ckac_o, headache, neuralgia  fli.uinatism aiul sciatica. " '  - After a man has paid out $(] for  mgusic lessons he thinks his daughter is competent to play for company.  Ifc is easier to prevent -than^it is  )o cure. . .Inflammation of the lungs  is the. companion of neglected colds,  \nd once it finds a lodgment in the  ly.len. ifc is diflicult; to deal with,  f'realmcnt wiih Bickle's Anti-Con-  lumplh _ .Syrup will eradicate thc  lold and prevent inflammation from  letting in. Ifc costs little, and is as  iat is factory as it surprising in its  .'c-sulfs.  TIIK   KING'S-Cl(;AKS.  fie Docs Tsol Smoke so 3!a_y as He  ��������������������������� .)id ii  Tew Vears Ago.  Many of King Kdward's Christmas and Xow Year's presents take  the form of cigars or cigarettes  dtawn from thc reserve stock in the  cellars at St. James' Palace where  one of thc most complete equipments I'or the maturing of cigars  i? to bc found. The King is an inveterate cigar smoker, though acting upon the advice of his physician? hc is not smoking so much as  hc did  a- few years ago:  -  The King's cigars all come from  Havana, and from thc same plantation. They bear no maker's brand  upon them and are packed in perfectly^ plain boxes. They are nofc  very large, but if they could be  .'.old in the open market they would  be worth, about seventy-five cents  each.  A few years ago the. King was  very fond of a brier-pipe, and was  t . be seen smoking one about the  lanes near >S andringham. To-day  he has abandoned this form of  smoking and keeps almost exclusively to cigars. Hc does not care  very much for a cigarette, and is  seldom to be seen smoking one.  Baby - Smiles���������������������������'  When He Takes  ,NOE EVEN ONE, TOOT.  A   deaf bufc - pious English lady,  a    small    country town in  visiting  .Wt _������������������$.'. WS&.������������������ ... (������������������}_. _3 _������������������%_.5;  So plcasanl that lie likes it���������������������������and contains no opiates. There is notlune like it for liionpliilu,  Asthma and nil trouble! of the throat and lunss.  A Standard Remedy for half n century.  Ali Driisgloto. _S C_n<������������������ ���������������������������  _j___v^������������������^>u.^._ygroa^^  WORTH KKOW1XG.  Simple Remedy Tlial Any One Can  , Pi _])������������������._ at Home.  Most pcople are more or less subject to' coughs ancl colds. A simple  remedy that will break up a cold  quickly and cure-any cough that is  curable is made by mixing two  ounces of Glycerine, a half ounce  of Virgin Oil of Pine compound  pure and eight ounces of pure  Whisky. ��������������������������� You can get these in any  good drug stores and easily mix  them in a large bottle. .The.mixture  is highly recommended by thc Leach  Chemical Co., of .Cincinnati, who  prepare the genuine Virgin Oil of  Pine compound pure for dispensing.  MAKING A STA.RT.  Jackson and Hughes were old  friends. Thc former, "by shrewdness and industry, earned a good  income, but Hughes was not so fortunate.  One day hc asked Ms successful  fiiend thc secret of his prosperity.  ."Well,'? replied Jackson, 'Til  tell it to you for five dollars. Be  saving, of course, and when you do  make a bargain with anyone be sure  "thai, no one hears you, and then  if you get thc worst of it or want  to back'out you can.' Now hand me  the five dollars."  Hughes thought a second, and  then said:���������������������������  "Did anyone hear us make this  bargain ."  "Not'a soul,'' replied Jackson.  ���������������������������   ''Well,   then,"   was  the  prompt  answer,   "I   think  I'll    begin    on  you."  Holloway's Corn Cure" destroys  all kinds of corns, and warts, root  and branch. Who, then would endure them with such a cheap and  effectual  remedy within reach.  Scotland, went to church armed  with an car-trumpet. ^ Thc elders  had never seen one, and viewed it  with suspicion aud un'ofisiness.. After a short consultation, one of  them went to thc lady, just before  the opening of thc service, arid,  wagging his finger at hcr warning-  j.v, whispered, "One toot ancl ye're  oot!"  !'0_S0NtiI) BY  STOCKING   DYE  A case afc Kingston shows vividly  the danger of neglecting lo appiy  Zam-Buk to a,cut or a sore. Mrs.  A Harrison, living in Place  d'Armcs,- while attending to' hcr  household duties, struck hcr ankle  against a sharp projection on the  furniture. She took no notice of  the injury, deeming it trivial. In a  day or two the ankle began to swell  Send for free sample te Dept. V.   L., Na*  tlonal Dru_ A Chemical S_��������������������������� ? .ronto.  and  tori  cause  The way  s (o t ry tu  ;o\v.  lo the sorrow free, land  free borne life from sor-  After ��������������������������� O-ld Drive don't ran to t%.������������������ _ te__poo_.  nl of Painkiller mixed with a clas. of hot wat.r  ������������������nl sugar. It sural)- prevunt. chills. Aroiil sub-  titnto.., thovo is hut one " l'ainklller "���������������������������Perry  >a .a'���������������������������'._. ami _0o.  I.������������������..S.-..S  IN THK W .!...������������������.  I.nss...   Leads .all  Xaiions in Niini-  Im'.'������������������T_.,.I   of !__7M..7_.  Slalisfios found in the new Year  book afford a line <������������������u the number of  hor.scs now in the world, as follows :��������������������������� -   .  iVoith America 2.,.S8S.0i;_  Be nth America 9,fill,at).  Km ope ..,������������������(_,__n  Asia 11,030,302  Africa      8.5,1 13  Oceaiiica ;. 2,232,.OS  Total 95,711,373  Russia leads all nations in the  number of its horses, with a total  of 30.72!.. 1 (in in its European and  Asiatic provinces, though Russia  proper is a little behind the United  A KING  WHO IS. LOVED.  .4 " ...  That King-\_dward has inherited  much of the affection thc English  pcople felt for his mother, and has  perhaps added something to his popularity by his own personality and  bearing, is shown' by a significant  little incident which a writer in thc  New York Sun reports.  Jfc-was during his visit to the populous South London ' suburb of  Camberwell, where he laid the  foundation-stone of thc new. King's  College  Hospital.    -  Nowhere in London are there  more working men out of a "job"  than in this district. From one  portion of the densely crowded  route, when .the King passed, came  the cry :  -----Canifc^.o u=gLvc__us^-w_ork,=__TecL_  MULTIPLICATION.  A controversy is'a thing ,  Which has of lives a score,  For when you try to settle one,  You start a whole lot more.  "A Little C������������������ld, Yflu Know," will become _ great  'danger if it be allowed to-reach down the throat  to the lungs. Nip tbe peril in the bud with  Allen's Lube Balsam, a kure reaedy conUlalag  Ms oyiatei.  Brown--"Yes; they say that everything Smith earns goes on his  wife's ,back." Jones (glancing at  -Mrs.' Smith, whose dress .is .very  decollete)���������������������������"Well, evidently he does  not earn much."  To Men Who Live Inactive Lives.  ���������������������������Exercise in the open air is the  best tonic for the stomach and system 'generally; but there arc those  who arc compelled to follow, sedentary occupations and. the inactivity  tends to restrict thc healthy action  of-the digestive organs and sickness  follows. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  regulate thc stomach and liver and  restore healthy action. It is wise  to have a packet of the pills always  on hand.  NATURALLY.    '.  "Does your husband go in i'or  golf?" asks thc caller.  excessive pain. A doc-  called in, found that dye from  hcr stocking had entered the wound  and set up blood poison. - Treatment with Zam-Buk followed, but  it was several days before the limb  was out of danger. "Had it not  been for the powerful antiseptic  properties of Zam-Buk and its exceptional healing virtues, the  wound might have had a' very serious   result," says   Mrs. Harrison.  ��������������������������� Thc optimist cheers, but the pessimist saves his breath for the purpose of letting out a calamity howl  later on.  Daughter���������������������������"This piano is really  my very own, isn't it, papa?" Father���������������������������"Yes, my dear." "And when  I marry 1 can take it with me, can  I ?" "Certainly, my child. But  don't tell anyone; it might spoil'  your  chances."  Cheapest of all Medicines.���������������������������Considering the curative qualities-of  Ih- Thomas' Eclectric Oil it is the  cheapest -medicine now offered to"  thc public. The dose required in  any ailment is small and a bottle  contains many doses. If it were  valued at the benefit ifc confers it  could not bc purchased for many  times the price asked for it, but increased 'consumption has simplified  and cheapened its manufacture.  EDUCATIONAL.  A Remedy for Bilious Headache���������������������������  To those subject to bilious headache, Parmelee's Vegetable Tills  arc recommended as thc way to  speedy relief. Taken according to  directions they will subdue irregularities of the stomach and so act  upon the nerves and blood vessels  that the pains in the head will  cease. There are few. who are not  at isomctime subject to biliousness  a. d familiar with its attendant  evils. Yet "none need suffer with  tliesc .pills at hand.  1BAR.N   THE   BARBER    TRADE-NEW  J     system���������������������������constant     practice;- carefnl ."  instruction;   few  weeks   complete' course;,  tools    free;    graduates    earn     twelve    to-  eighteen   dollars   weekly;   write   for  cata-".  )o$������������������iie.   Moler    Barber    College.  221 .Q'lieen  East, Toronto. ���������������������������....._  *^>A L l/Pfi   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Than Without Milk  Bm**fc'SW Booklet Free. '  ��������������������������� .      Steole.lJiriggsBeedCo., Ltd., Toronto _On_ ;"'  H"       eSEFORTHE DEAF-IN ACOUSTICOR-  one of lhe marvels of the electrical  ;me" '  In use tlnou.  >out tlie  world...Write for rata. ~  Jofiue.   General-.Acoustic Co.,"of CaiiaJa,"'Ltd  488 Y once 1Street. Toronto.0 -  -y   DISCOVERED.   ___    ;.  "I went to "the wedding to see  that imported Paris gown hcr folks  told the reporters the bride was go-  in/j. to wear." ,  "Who gave her away?"  "Nobody had lo. The cut and fit  of thc gown itself gave her away."  fiuirll_ Down Signal* doe., not'<!<__.��������������������������� .or_ .  Opium-laden " medciines " may check coughing,  but the cold stavs. Do not triflo ; when you begin  to cough take Allen's Lung Balsam, free from  ppium, full of healing power.  Marlatt's Hair Promoter;  Crows Hair on any Bald Head  On sale'; it the Robt. Simpson Co.. Toronto, ,  Canada, or-tlie Marl___ Hair Promotintr*  Co..  Toronto.  Canada.  CHENILLE CURTAINS  nnd all Units of hoi*, hangings, also  1* CE CURTAINS b/E.,,__.������������������$&***������������������������������������������������������_  ,-   Write to im. .bout yours.', "���������������������������    .:-'-���������������������������    '  BRITISH AMERICAN BY_!NC CO., Box 158, MontrMl]  Do you trap or. buy _  -.Fur _ Iain Canada's' "  ,"l_]->fe__ de .Ier, I pay-',  highest prices. -Your-,,  shipments solicited. '  I p.'iy mail and- ex-. ;-  ..        ,, press charges"; remit.-  Jtly.   Also largest-dealer in Reefhides,  .-  skins, etc. Quotations and shipping tags '  promptly  Sheep!  sent free  JOHN   HAL LA M. TORONTO  'No,"   she  out for it.-"  answers.  'Sic  die'?"  . .And almost a.s soon as it was uttered came the answer from a host  of tliroisls :  "He would if hc could, the dear  ol.   fellow."  Tlie crowd was pleased witb the  j.hi'iise   "clear old    fellow,"   which  Good  News  lor  Dyers  P  5 Tli  IMil_A  Tlie Guaranteed  - an   Just Think of It! With the SAME Dye  youcancolor ANY Icindol clotli Perfeotly-No  chance of mistakes. All colors 10 cents from  your Druggist or Dealer. Sample Card and  Booklet Free from  Tho Johnaon-Rlchardion Co., LttnUod,  DeptfO. Montrea fjtQue.  Dr,  Morse's      .. ���������������������������    .  Indian    Root    Pills  arc jusL tho right i��������������������������� i-riioinc for lhe  children. When' they arc constituted--whon their kidneys nre out  of order���������������������������wlien .orcr-indul. ciich in  boric favorite food givos them in-  digestion���������������������������Di-. Mor. ;"s Indian Jtoot  .Villi" will r__ii'_!y and surely put  thorn right. I'nioly vegetable,  they neither piclien, wenlten or  gripe. like luir... purgatives.  Guard your children's health by  always keeping a bos of Dr. Morse's  Indian Itoot Pill., in the house,  They  Keep     the    Children    Well'  was repeated again and again in  the animated conversations that  fi.llowe.d thc passage of thc procession.  A well-dressed foreigner who was  a spectator of this little .scene remarked, in astonishment, "Vy., dcy  lol'e hiin !"  A sentry while on duty-was bitten by a valuable retriever, and  drove his bayonet into thc dog. Its  owner sued him in lhe county court  for its value, and the evidecc given  showed that the soldier had not  b. on badly bitten after all. "Why  did you not knock the dog with the  butt end of your rillc?" asked the  Judge. Thc Court rocked with  laughter when the sentry replied:  "Whv didn't he bite me with his  taiJ?"  "Only One "BROMO QUI. IN ."  Tli_t is I.AXA'ITVI. BROMO Q _ ININI. I. n_  .for-tlie-!ii}.'ii:itiir9-oUEs=-W^_CMtOV.K.i=_U30(L_the;  world over to Cure a Cold in One Day. liSc.  In  a   case  of  slander  nofc   long  ago Miss' M  had gone into the  witness-box on behalf of the plaintiff, whose counsel was exam iii ing  her. "Now, madam." Mr. Wigg,  K.C., began," please repeat thc  slanderous statements made by thc  .defendant on this occasion j'^-t as  you heard them." "Oh, they arc  unfit for anv respectable person to  hear," replied Miss M���������������������������. "Then,"  said thc examiner, coaxiugly, "suppose vou just whisper them to the  Judge."  "Pa." "What is it. mv child?"  "When Sis mariies that lord, will  1 have to call her 'your ladyship'?"  "It will not bc necessary I'or you  to do so, but it will be very nice if  yoi; care to." ."All right. Mebby  [ won't always do it, but I'll promise not to cilll-her 'punkin face'  anv  more,   anyhow."  . And lots of people seem to go to  church for the purpose of picking  Haws in the sermon.  Free to Our Readers.  Write-Murino Eye Remedy Co.. Chicago,  for 48-page illustrated Eye Book Free.  Write all about Your Eye Trouble and  they will advise as to the Proper Application of the Murine Eye Remedies in Your  Special Case. Your Druggist will tell you  that Murine Relieves Sore Eye. . Strengthens Weak Eyes. Doesn't Smart, Soothes  Eve Pain, aud sells for 50c. Try It in  Your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for Scaly  Eyelids aud Granulation.  PILES  Blind, Bleeding, Itching, 1  Protruding* Piles quickly  anil permanently cured b<f  the most scientific and economical remedy  LYLE'S   COMMON  SENSE   FOR   PILE3  Price    $1.00-6- for  '85.00.   mailed  on-receipt of price. "    _ - - -   ' '  .  LYLE   MEDICINE' CO.,  718, Queen  West, ��������������������������� TORONTO.  ^V^prudcHs-^sometiines^a^persoirp51  whei noses around for something to  KCt shocked at  PI I. BS CUKED IN <> TO 14, DAYS.  VA7.0 Ot-NTMKM' h inlaraiitoed to cure any  cm.) of Helling, Mind. UlrfsiliiiL' or 1 .otrudiiij.  l'il#3 in 0 to ri days or money refunded.   00c.  ISSUE NO. 8-'"  If people were compelled to follow their own advice they would  gtneratc-a'betierbrand.- -   CEORCE KEITH A SONS, Seed Merchants, Toronto, are nflVrini; Scoleh crown  ..<;!_eii. rated J .inner Oa.ts. in 5 bushel  lots, at $1.25 per hush. 11akh fi .o-_end  for   sample���������������������������al.������������������o   catalogue.  l.on't boast of your lineage. It's  a dozen to a quart that if your trace  it back a few generations you will  find some one who borrowed a horse  without thc owner's consent.  Much disf.v_.._ and sickness in  children i.s caused by worms. a\l<>;  thcr (.raves' Worm Exterminator  gives relief by removing the cause.  Give  it a trial  and  be  convinced.  APPENDICITIS  /.tir.d without operations.^ -All who are af- _  tlir-tod  with  thi. ��������������������������� disease   and   wisli   to   lie ���������������������������',  curpil'p'. niaru .illy,    .safely   "and "c.niekly"'  villi    1 hip    (rreat    Homeopathic    remedy."  which    will   be   sent    post-paid   anywhere..  in   the   world   with   full   instructions   for  nsimr  so  ns   to effect a   permanent  cure.  Price   .12.   Address  John    T.  Walt,   H_ineo..thlc    Pharmacy!  Arnprio. Canada.  AAtKA etfC,_MJ2_&}__ ������������������fl  uy'fl lleft .y Heiiuf-I  curw the ^or-t pains in  " oin one to twenty  Juntos. For Head-  .0 (a'ok or 11 or v-  us). Toothache,  r-ura]. in, K h 0 11 ���������������������������  matL'im, J.i.mbagn,  pa'ns in tho back.  8|Mio or. kidneys,  imlnri around tne  liver, pi e uri h y.  s of tho joint, and  nil kind*, use.  READY RELIEF.  automobile  Another    thing ��������������������������� the  lacks is horse sense.  "Now, Rob by, if you don't want  to go to Bessie Hunk's parly you  must write a note ancl tell her so;  and be sure, and let.it be polite.  Vou will find some ideas of the proper thing in this book of etiquette,''  said Mrs. Carhart to hcr little son.  .Hobby struggled with the pioblem  fir an hour, then presented for  his mother's inspection the following truthful but unconventional  effusion:���������������������������"Mr. Robert Carhart  declines with pleasure Miss -Bessie  Hunk's kind invitation for thc 14th,  and thanks her extremely for having given him the opportunity of  doing so."  INVIGORATING TONIC  FOR RUN.DOWN PEOPLE  Your blood lias become thin and wc.uk.  The chain upon your t)slem lhc p.. t _ w  months ha. been very jjrenfc    Yon arc con-  $cr|ucnlly feeling " nil out of torts " and  "run down."   Your appstile i. bad and.  you hardly havc enough energy left lo do  yoiy  daily duties.      You should, take  PSYCHINE. lhe greatest of Tonics, with-  out delay.   This will put you on your feci  at once,  Gentlemen :-"i have used PSYCHINE  and I do think it is thc greatest tonic and  system builder known.   I would advise nil  who ar. run-down or physically weak to  use PSYCHINE.'; Yours truly, Mrs. Jas.  Berlrand, West Toronto.  If yea are weak PSYCHlNE will make 70a ilro.f.  For Sale by all Dru.jitti & Dcal.ri, 50c. & $1  per bottle.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  r^-^^^^l^^^    TORONTO  P������������������?_  k  PRONOUNCED SI-KEE _  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 21, 1910  PROFESSIONAL  T\R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 11 to 12  Afternoon, 4 to 5   ���������������������������  EvenitiK, 7 to 8  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and Goo .;e_ts. ENDERBY  GOOD THING   FOR ENDERBY  w.  E. BANTON,  Walter Robinson has so arranged  his business affairs that he will be  able this season to devote his entire  time to handling the produce business of Enderby ancl district. In  conjunction with Mr. McNair, of  Armstrong, the produce of the Northern Okanagan will be handled by  Barrister, Solicitor, '      'Mr.  Robinson..  He has already built  Notary Public, Conveyancer, | up  connections    with    wholesalers in  etc. i the territories   and   the mining cen-  Offices, Bell Block, Enderby,B.C. |trcs  which will afford him a market  ���������������������������  -^T- .for all  the produce that can be pro-   gjj.y-KJ-'i   oyuiJiliJLa Iduced in the district.   It is Mr. Rob-  A P' & A ]V/[ j insonjs intention to' build up a rcpu-  ���������������������������**���������������������������* ��������������������������� ���������������������������r*,1T1,!tation for handling only the best, so  Enderby  l_odfro    No.  40   it will be   to   the   advantage of our  Regular     meetings     first I , .  Thursday on or after the vegetable   and   iriut   growers to m-  fu|IinooiiatSp.i_..inpdi_.:tcrview Mr_   Ro|)inson   aml  learn   from  to the public,   and   one that' will be  greatly appreciated.  COMET GAZING  fellows     Hall.  Visiting  brethren cordially invited. ��������������������������� him the requirements of the market.  fred. H. BARNES J. C. metcalf jIf thc market demands a white pota-  . .  w- M- _sJ_Lci������������������rX. : to, don't plant a red potato and cx-  T     H    r\    P   | Peck to find a ready sale.   If a white  ������������������.   KJ. W. J- ��������������������������� !egg -jS (iemanded,  don't go  into the  red-egg variety of poultry.     Provide        Eureka Lodge, No. iO  Meets every Tuesday  evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.  Vision., brothers al-, the market with the quality and the  ways    welcome.     J.   A.   McMorland,  N. C!.,  A. i,_,_.,,_  ,___���������������������������_���������������������������_ ,i   _   _      _.. ,    , .  Reeves, Sec'y. E. J. Muck. Trens. j variety demanded by the market, and  : you will never be in want of a market.     This is Mr.' Robinson's  policy.  ' Have you seen the comet yet ? If  not, you may do so if you will get  up the next bright, clear morning  at about 3 o'clock and watch the  eastern horizon. It may be seen an  hour or so before sunrise, ancl one  does not _require a glass to see it.  Of course, if you prefer to wait until  it becomes visible in the Western sky  you may see it in tlie evening, and  thus avoid this early rising. Tlie  comet's brightness when it appears in  the evening sky about May 20th will  bc sufficient to render any finding  diagram unnecessary. It will only  bc needful to look toward tlie west  half an hour or more before the  comet sets, (Which it does at 8:20 p.  m. on the 20th, 9:15 on the 21st, and  9:55 on the 22nd, after which it will  be clearly visible until after 10 p. m.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  ROBT. N, l.AILEY. CC.  C- E. STRICKLAND. K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART, M.l .  ���������������������������K.of P. Hall i.s the only hall in Enderby suitable  for public entertainments.     For rates, etc.. apply  to- R. F. JOHNSTONE. M. E.. Enderby  He has studied the market and is  posted on its requirements. It will  be to your advantage to see him before planting.  DISCORD PRODUCERS  The minutes   of the public meeting  j held to discuss the matter of celebra-  I tion  will show   what   was done.   At  j that meeting   every   councilman but  Quoted by The Columbia Flouring Mr. Hutchison was present.   Not one  PRICES  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 "  Graham Flour, - $1.45 "  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  Shorts, $1.10 per 100 lbs.  "   $23  Middlings, $1.20 100 lbs.  Oats, $1.20 per 100 lbs.  Oat Chop, $1.30 100 lbs.  Wheat, $2.15 per 125-lbs  Barley, $1.20 per 100 lbs.  Barley Chop, $1.30100 lbs.  Whole Corn, $2.00 100 lbs..  Cracked Corn, $2.10 lOOlbs.  Northern Spring Seed Wheat $41  Northwest Seed Oats, ton, $30.00  Timothy Hay, "   $21.50  Upland Hay, "   $16.50  Also a full line of Rolled  Oats  Wheatlets for table use.  $24  $24  $34  $24  word was said in opposition to the  motion settling the amount the city  was to be asked for. In fact, Aid.  Evans seconded the motion, and  Mayor Bell stated positively that he  would speak, though not officially,  in acquescence for the Council. It  was the general feeling that the request was reasonable, and it was believed the matter was as good as settled. It is not surprising, then, that  there should be a feeling that there  was a bit of double-dealing in the  matter when - Mr. Bell for the City  headed the list with only $200. Ancl  it is not surprising, either, that the  business people should refuse to go  on with it, especially in view of the  fact that the City takes all the gate  receipts to    the   grounds, which last  $42 year amounted to $540.00. There has  been double-dealing in this, matter.  And the ruction it has caused will be  morc difficult to overcome than some  think.   It is a   strange   proposition,  ind" ^ the city has to be tied up to this  single-idead    policy   adopted    by the  $40  Enderby  Company,   Ltd.  B c.  . Free delivery to any part of Enderby.   councils of old   and    perpetuated by  Terms: Net Cash with order j the present   council,  that robs Peter  The Columbia Flouring Mills ]t0 J)ay Pal,L  If the cit>' as a corporation would put up all the funds ne-  ccssary to hold  the celebration,  and  ' then take the proceeds of the grounds  ,' it would be a simple business proposition and    very   easily settled.   But  [ when the business people are asked to  contribute and the city still takes the  proceeds,    it   looks    like  graft.   The  Tew who are pul. ic^ifitTd=__o_gir_cT  contribute   are    made   to    pay what  PRIVATE FURNITUE SALE .  Ten-ft extension table, 6 dining-  room chairs, side-board, 10-yds oilcloth and hanging lamp, everything  new, $25.00. Bureau, wash stand,  toilet set, bed, spring and mattress,  $15.00, Book case, centre table, two  rockers, large carpet, heater, couch,  two rugs, $25.00. Good Bell Organ,  a SNAP at $40.00, and other articles  including fine Nottingham lace curtains, mostly new goods. Will sell  any of above separate; free delivery,  terms cash.     J. R. COLLEY.Hullcar  A  liy-law i'or tlie Regulation of tlie  Use of Bicycle?. -  1. From and after the passing of  this By-law (July, 1905), the following rules and regulations shall be  observed by all persons riding on  bicycles within the limits of the City  of Enderby:  2. All bicycles shall be provided  with bells or horns, and riders shall  slacken speed and sound such bells  or horns upon approaching any person, whether on foot, riding or driving, ancl whether meeting or overtaking such person;  3. Cyclists shall in no circumstances be permitted to ride upon  the city sidewalks;  "      .  4. All bicycles when in-use between sunset and sunrise shall be  provided 'with a light which "can be  seen at a minimum distance of fifty  yards; bicycles shall not be ridden  within the city limits at a greater  speed than eight miles an hour;  5. Any persons convicted before  the Mayor. Police Magistrate, or any  Justice of-the-Peace having jurisdiction within the city, of an infraction  of any of the provisions of this Bylaw, shall be liable to pay a line of  not exceeding Ten Dollars, and in  default of payment of such fine,may  be committed to the gaol or lock-up  houso for a period not exceeding-  thirty days.  When you get your milk from the  Glen Gerrack, you are sure it is pure  and free from all contagion.  Fine  _  Suits  for  Men  The importance from a  social and business point  of view of being well-  dressed cannot be overestimated. A display of  order and taste in dress-  is a pledge that these  excellent qualities extend to business transactions and penetrate  the character.  Dress Shoes for  Men, Women  and Children  We have splendid values -in footwear. And  especially just now in footwear for the Ladies. A discount of 10 .per cent, will be made in Ladies' Shoes. In  some sizes we will do even better than that���������������������������the price  will be cut to almost cost. It is' your opportunity to  get shoe bargains, and you are wise to take advantage of it.  While we are offering these exceptional inducements ih Ladies' footwear, we are prepared to give  the Gentlemen important reductions. It will pay you  to investigate.  THE POLS tiN MERCANTILE CO.  Save  Money  I wish to call your attention  to the large line of Furniture,  Linoleums, Carpet Squares,  Rugs, Window Shades and  Household 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:  Drr.'HHur _ Slnwl, oak finish, from $lf> to $2(i  Sid .boa .!������������������. "       " 15 to   .10  ExtciiBion Tables.     "       " '.) to   2.1  Dinin.. Cli.'iir.. r111  prices  from 7.ric to j?,_ each  Iron lieils ���������������������������_. _pi._ir_ from *..;'_ tu #_5.  Miittresse .   from  .'UO   to  17.00  Parlor Tables nnd Stands, 1.G0 to 15.00  W.  T. HOLTBY  Furnituro Don lor and Undertaker  BRADLEY BLK.       ENDERBY  should come from the whole body of  .the ratepayers. And then, when the  i city goes back on what was virtually  i an agreement, and throws the burden  : still more heavily upon tlie few, is it  ;any wonder that the few should re-  ; nouncc the business?  FINISHING THE CITY HALL  John S.  Johnstone  Contractor and Builder, Eru_c_by  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 k.pt in  stock.  |    The  finishing touches,  the  pointing  ;ii|),  was done   on    the City Hall thc  past week and now there remains to  , bc done only thc stucco work and a  touch here and  there by the painter  and   Enderby  will   havc as handsome  ,a municipal    building', as-there is in  the   Interior.   The   cement steps and  the pointing-up    has   added  inestimably to the appearance of the building, and the work now being put on  the yard and approach will add still  more.     Wc   understand   it is the intention of the city fathers to make a  ; complete job of it, even as to a suitable fence and  flower garden.   Nothing would be more pleasing.   And in  i the Committee Room, opening off the  Council   Chamber,   the   nucleus of a  public library  is being established ���������������������������  at least this was the original intention of the City Council, and we do  not think the members have departed  from   that   intention.     The   room is  being fitted    up   with   writing table  and chairs,   book   shelves and cases.  It could be made a great convenience  Have you seen it?  It would bring more real pleasure  and satisfaction to your home than  anything you ever bought.  It would give your boys and girls  sound business training, and teach  them how to get along in the world  by honest, fearless, sturdy effort.  Jockeying in business is a thing of  the past.  To-day it is straight,-honest effort  and "the know how" that counts.  When you invest In an OLIVER  TYPEWRITER YOU ARE TAKING  THE FIRST STEP THAT LEADS  TO SUCCESS.  SUCCESS IS STAMPED UPON  EVERY MOVEMENT.  WHY?  Because, back 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,  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; warm in winter: saves most  of your painting, and half the cost of insurance.  The Enderby Brick & Tile Co. Enderby  We have some good  Cheap  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 n  and see us we will name  figures  to    do  business.  A. R. Rogers Lumber Co.  Limited.  Enderby B. C.  Fred. H. Barnes  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR  Plans and estimates  furnished  Dealer in Windows,.Doors, Turnings and all factory work.  Rubberoid Roofiing, Screen  Doors and Windows. Glass cut  to any size.  I represent S. C. Smith Co,, of  Vernon. Enderby.  If you want to  Buy, Sell or  Trade  A   FARM  A   FRUIT   LOT  A   HOUSE  A BUSINESS LOT  or A BUSINESS  I have them at Mara, Enderby,  Vernon, Victoria, Vancouver,  Winnipeg, or elsewhere. Write  to me.     My new list is ready.  Chas. W. Little  Mara, B. C  Eldernell Orchard  Wanted���������������������������at once���������������������������two or three good  farm hands.   Apply���������������������������R. Waddell.  ;J  1  //I  _!  i'i  i'_  V>  i  11  1  I!  Enderby Representative���������������������������  ANOR L.  MATTHEWS.  * . _,  '. __ tf  Thursday, April 21, 1910.  SUPPLEMENT TO THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  OKANAGAN ELECTORAL DISTRICT  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that objections to the following names being retained on the Register o?  IVoters for the Okanagaii Electoral District have been tiled with me under the provisions of the "Provincial  |Elections Act" and amendments, Viz.:���������������������������  No.  I No.  6  7  9  11  14  19  NAME  Adams, Clifford   Adams, Ernest Hope   Adams,  William Ezra   Aflleck, James Stewart   Agnew,   Harry   Aitkens, Charles Carroll  Colby  20 Aitchison, Charles  21JAitkens, Clement.  20 Aitken,  29  32  ������������������������������������������������������34  35  37  38  41  42  47  48  56  58  59  62  67  68  69  70  71  73  74  78  81  88  89  90  92  94  100  102  106  110  113  114  115  116  120  126  129  131  132  133  142  144  147  149  Albers,  Albers,  Albers,  Albers,  Alcock,  A1 cock,  Alexander,  Alexander,  .lames   .Mike   Simon   .Mathins   ....  Peter   William   Albert John..  William. .  William. .  Residence  Profession  Summerland, Block 454. . . ......  Penticton, Lot 14. Block 37.....  Kelowna, Lake .View  Hotel   Penticton,  Lot 33   Penticton, West Side 13111s Street.  Naramata, Blk. 20,  Lot 210   Vernon,  Coldstream   Ranch   1S4,  Mian, William L   Allan,   Thomas   Allison, John Robert.  Aimes, B. S   Amer,   Laban '.  Anderson,   John   Neville Ebdcll   Charles  Walter. . ..  John  Ludwick   Antoine   Rockic William. . ..  Edmund Arbuthnot.  Peter   William Thomas   Whyte   B   150  152  155  156  159  .160  161  163  167  171  181  182  . 183  1S8  190  197  201  202  203  20S  . 211  213  216  217  '220  221  223  225  226  227  228  229  233  234  235  238  239  -243  244  245  24S  254  256  258  261  264  274  277  2S1  288  289  297  301  302  -303  306  308  318  320  325  326  32S  331  332  334  335  339  34 3  -34 9  351  35  359  360  361  362  363  364  365  370  37  377  379  3 SO  381  386  388  396  398  403  4 05  406  4 07  409  412  413  414  415  416  418  419  420  4 25  42S  ���������������������������429  432  435  437  438  440  451  453  4 58  459  460  4 61  467  475  482  Anderson  Anderson,  Anderson,  Anderson,  Anderson,  Anderson,  Anderson,  Andrews,  Angus, Alexander  Archibald, Marvin  Archibald, Reuben      Archibald, Reuben   .......  Ariss,   Llewelyn      Armitage, Alfred Emerson.  Armstrong,   William   Frederick  Arnason,  John      Asher,   Edmund   Bruce. .  Ashton,   Jay '.:....  Asson, John Sheldon...,.  Asson,. Harry   Atchison, Samuel      Atkin,   Valentine   Atkinson,  William   Ayer, Reuben Charles. . .  Badger, James Edward. .  Bagnall,  Charles Edward  Bailey,  John M...   Bailey, John Melchior. . .  Baird,   Andrew   Baird, James Ebert....'.  Baker, George Charles..  Baker, Frederick      Lumby,  Lumby,  Lumby,  Lumby,  13..  Car  Hope.  Bell,  Bell,  Bell,  Bell,  Baker, James      Ball, Joseph   Ball, AVilliam Henry. . ..  Ball, Samuel     Band,   Martin  McKenzie.  Banford, Fred      Banks, Edmund      Bannister,   Thomas  Barber,  Samuel   ..  Barker,  Charles      Barnet, James Mersden   Barnett,   William  Welland..  Barr,  John      Barrie, Charles   Barry, Joseph Hanson.......  Basham, Jabez  .,..'.   Bathurst,  Frederick Harley. .  Baulia,  Nels ���������������������������...".".-..-'   Bawden, Samuel George   Bayliss, William   . . .-   Beard, Albert John.. . .-   Beascoby,  Frederick Ernest. .  Beatty,   Henry  Walker....'.,  Beatty,  Alexander ���������������������������   Beaumont; Leopold      Beck, Alexander   Beckman, Fred   Beckman, Frederick     Beeson, Edgar Thomas   Beetham, Leonard Charles...  Beliveau, Wilfred      Bell, Lowrie   .. .. .'   Joseph Ferman     Peter Edmund   William  Robert   Thomas William   Bellamy, Sydney   Bennett, Albert Edward   Bennett, John Wesley   Bennett, Richard Owen Greet.  Bentley,  Richard  Irvine   B.errey, William-Roland   Berger, Joseph  :."..;   Bertram, John T   Bessette, Peter ....  Bessette, Frank      Bigger,  John  A.. ..   Biggin, Herbert William   Bilty, Arthur Martin   Bird, Milton Thompson.-   Bird, Robert Windsor   Birnie, Frank James   Black, Alexander Duncan....  Black, James   . ..   Black,=AVi!!iam=Lawrence ...-._=  Blackball,  John      Blackwood, Norman  .,   Blance, James William   Blane, James     Boaz, Thomas   Bochler, Englebert      Bogert. John Edward   Bolton, Charles     Blyth, Cecil Thomas   Bond, Cecil Henry   Bongard,  Edward  Stanley....  Boothroyd, Silas William....  Boston, William     Bourcel, Francis -   Bourdon. Eugene    Bower,  Henry Richard   Bowman, George    Bowman, Joseph Robinson...  Bowcott, William James.....  Bowden, Charles Gordon.....  Bowel], William John........  Bowel),  Stephen  Robert.....  Bowen, Frank William   Bowlsby, Ze.dcslca ..........  Boyer, Weldon Fraser.......  Boyer, Alonzo Brewer.   Bradley, John Joseph.......  Bradley, Reginald   . ...... ,\  Bradley, William AVilbert....,  Breedon, Frederick William..  Bremner, David   Brims, James Alexander.....  Brisbane, Alexander Macdonald  Broad,  Hubert Frederick   Broderick, William Tindall...,  Brodie, James .'....  Brodie, Giffard  . . . ... .'. ...'..  Brooks, James ..  ..  Brookland, Clement Francis. . .  Brow, William Henry....  Brown, Thomas   ............  Brown, John Albert..........  Brown, Samuel Peter Herman..  Brown,  William Robert   Brown, William   .... ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   Brown, Robert George....:...  Brown, Hugh William   Brown, John   Brown, John ..   Bruce, William Arthur   Bruton, James William..  Bryant, Cecil Roland   Bryant, William .... .'.������������������������������������������������������   Bryson, James     Buker, Wellington     Bull, Victor Joseph   Bunce, Benton   ���������������������������  Bunce, Joseph E   Burgess, Thomas Ashton   Burke, Patrick Andrew.......  Burns, Frank    Burrell, Peter  Butchart,  Peachland, Lot 4 7, Blk  Vernon, Gore Street   Albers' Farm.. ..  Albers' Farm....  Albers' Farm. . , .  Lavington   Ranch  Okanagan Valley, Lot 20.  Penticton, Lots 4 and 5 13.  Armstrong, C. P. It. Work  Lumby,  Ram's Horn   Hotel   Enderby, A. Paul's House ���������������������������   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Armstrong, C. Schubert's Farm   Kelowna, Wollaston's Farm   Kelowna, P. Ellison's Farm, Mission Road  Okanagan Landing, Wood's Farm   Vernon, B. X. Ranch ;   Armstrong,  Huntley's  Camp   Armstrong,  Huntley's Camp ,  Vernon, Okanagan Hotel   Armstrong, One Mile North   Ewing's Landing, Killiney   Vernon, Okanagan Hotel   Short's Point, Lot 2550   Peachland,  Beach  Avenue   Vernon,   Mara  Avenue   Summerland,  Lot '455   Kelowna,   Water   Street   Vernon, Cary's Farm, Long Lake   Armstrong,  Railway Avenue   Kelowna, Lot 61, Ethel Street   Lumby,  Anderson's  Farm   Vernon, Maple Street   Armstrong, 2 Miles East   Armstrong, Holiday's Ranch   Armstrong, Holiday's Ranch   Kelowna, Lot 122   Okanagan Mission, C. Blackwood's Farm.  Summerland, Lot 497, Blk. 17 -.  Mara, Sec. 32, Tp. 19   Vernon, Victoria Hotel   Vernon, Barnard Avenue   Enderby ,F. Hassard's Farm   Kelowna, Lot 14, Blk. 13  ���������������������������.  Enderby,   _-.Mile from Enderby   Enderby,  Knight  St   Okanagan, S. E. '/_ Sec. 24, Tp. 17   Summerland, Lots  8  and  9, Blk.  4 5,  Subd.  of Lot 455 ;. ..  Rutland, Lot 1, Map 603   Kelowna, Lot 465, Knox Estate   Kelowna, Block 13   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue :...  Kelowna,  Glenn Avenue,   Okanagan, Lot 104   Lansdowne, 'McClary's Ranch   Vernon,  Vernon  Hotel.   Kelowna, Lot 42, Subd. 415   Kelowna, Palace Hotel.'   Penticton, Ellis Street   Armstrong,  East View   Vernon, Fuller Street :   Armstrong, Okanagan Street   Enderby,  Cliff  Street   Penticton, Hayward St   Summerland, Lot 455 .  Lumby, Ram's Horn Hotel..:.. ...   Armstrong,  Okanagan  Hotel   Armstrong, Clinton-Farm,��������������������������� Larkin :...  Penticton,  Winnipeg  St ." :  Okanagan Landing, Bruce's Mill   Kelowna,   Pendozi   St   Penticton, Lot 75, Main St   Vernon,   Victoria   Hotel   Summerland, Blk. 59, Lot 455....?   Lumby, Christien's Hotel, Mabel Lake P.O.  Enderby, King Edward Hotel   Armstrong, Gabouril's Farm   Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch   White Valley, Bardolph's Ranch   Armstrong,  Armstrong  Hotel   Okanagan Mission,'J. M. Rutlands' Farm..  Okanagan Mission, Bell's Farm   Armstrong, John Docksteader's Farm....  Penticton, Ellis Street   Armstrong, Cargill Ranch   Peachland, Lot 11S3   Peachland,  Lot  221 '...':   Vernon,. Pine  St '.   Enderby, Ira Jones' House   Vernon, Okanagan Hotel   Vernon,  Pleasant Heights :....  Kelowna, Lot 3, Blk. 58, Harvey Avenue..  Lumby, Bessette Estate, Lot IS   Vernon,  Royal   Hotel   Kelowna,  Ethel  Street   Kelowna, Lake View Hotel ....;...  Summerland, Lot 455, Blk, 44   Kelowna, Lot 17, Blk. 143, Tp. 26   Kelowna, Lot 17, Blk. 143, Tp. 26   Vernon, Tronson  Street   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Vernon,   Victoria   Hotel   Kelowna.  Glenn=Avenu&..--.=.~.--.=.=.--.~.-.=.--.--.=  Penticton,   Ellis'  Ranch   Kelowna, Lake Front '   Penticton,   Westminster  Ave   Vernou, Ellison  Street   Vernon; Coldstream Hotel   Lumby, Bochler's Farm. .   Enderby, Bogert's Farm '   Enderby,  George Street   Vernon, Royal Hotel   Kelowna, Lot 34, Map 264   Okanagan Landing, C. P. R. Lands   Lumby, Bessette's Mill   Jackman, Cherry Creek Mine   Lumby, Bourcel's Farm   Vernon,   Victoria   llotel   Kelowna,   Bernard   Avenue   Vernon      Vernon, Mission Street   Vernon. Wood's Lake. . .���������������������������   Okanagan Mission, Bowden's Farm.......  Armstrong, Bowell's Farm...............  Armstrong, Knob  Hill   Vernon, Coldstream  Ranch   Okanagan,   Lot   104   Enderby, McLeod's House.   Enderby, Belvedere Si;.............. ....  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel.   Endorby, A. R. Roger's Boarding House...  Enderby,  Mara Road.   Vernon, Kalamalka Hotel..... ..   Armstrong, Okanagan  Hotel   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel  ...  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Ewing's Landing,  Short's Point. .........  Enderby, Mill Street. ............. . ....  Kelowna, Bernard Ave   Naramata,  Lot 224-211..... ... ... . .   Vernon, Okanagan Centre   Enderby, One Mile North.   Vernon,  Victoria   Hotel ���������������������������   Okanagan Landing, Str. York.   Kelowna, S. E. % Sec. 6, Tp. 26   Kelowna, Lequime Block.   Kelowna,  Okanagan Mission..... ........  Okanagan, Brown's Farm................  Silver Creek, His Ranch  ......  Rutland, Lot 23, Map 245   Kelowna, Lot 23.  .   Kelowna, Lot 136, Tp. 26   Okanagan Landing, Bruce's House   Armstrong, D. Graham's Farm   Okanagan Centre, Rainbow Ranch.   Peachland, Lot 1G, Blk. 1184   Vernon, Barnard Avenue.  .'..  Armstrong, Railway Avenue   Vernon, Cross Farm   Enderby, Enderby Saw Mill   Enderby, Enderby Saw Mill   Peachland, Lot 24, Blk. 1184    Vernon, K. Sweet's Farm, Commonage   Lumby, P. Ellison's Ranch   Salmon Arm, Burrell's Farm  Farmer   .-. .... .  Farmer   .......  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Butteriield, Oliver Ashley  Button, Fritz Walter   Cadden, James Alfred   Caesar, John Arthur-Leslie.  Calvert, Ernest William...  Cameron, William Fraser..  Cameron, Maynard     Cameron,  Campbell,  Campbell,  Claude      Samuel   Burns.  John Little   529 Campbell, Andrew  Graham..  J30 Campbell, Colin      53G Campbell, Simon Alexander. .  54 1 Campbell, James Donald   542 Campbell,  John   Murray   43 Campbell, Angus  Ilarr'v   546 Campbell, Archibald  13   ilS Campbell, George D   J51 Campbell, Frank     552 Campbell, John Clark   '���������������������������'���������������������������,:', Campbell, Matthias   6 Cann. George Brown   or)!) Carefoot, Andrew James   61 Carlson,  Barnard      565 Carlson, Charles   5Gl> Carman, George Anson   5G3 C'armicliael,   Duncan   Alfred..  5 69 Carnegie, David   ,  573 Carpenter, Charles     577 Cai .calleii,  Shlbley  Goldsmith  579 Carson, George     5S1 Carswell, John      601 Catt, George Clifford   602 Catt, James   603 Cavanagh,   William   John'.. , .  605 Chamberlain, Rufus A   606 Chambers,  Edgar  Millet   613 Chaplin, George      621 Chatterton, Richard     622 Cheesman, John Reginald.,.  62SChilds, Christopher Thomas..  629 Chisholm, Donald Duncan...  633 Christian,  Joseph  William...  640 Christien,  Alexander      650 Clark,  Thomas      65 2 Clarke, George Herbert   654 Clarke, Albert Gerald   656 Clarke, Albert Edward   657[Claughton, Arthur      658 Claughton,  Milton      659 Clayton  .Richard  Stopford. . .  660 Clayton,  Frank  Albert   661 Clegg, John Arthur   665 Clement, William .Tames   675 Coakwell, James Francis....  679 Cochrane, James     687 Collicutt,   Jesse   Albert   688 Collicutt, Charles Clarence   689 Collicutt, Albert John   699 Colvin,  Robert      716 Cook,   William  John '.   729 Cooper,  Thomas  Arnold   730 Copeland,  Robert Andrew....,  732 Corbett,  David      733 Corbett, Colin     737 Cormack,   Gerald  Frederick..,  741 Cosens,  Sidney  Cornelius   74SCougdon,   Elbert      749 Coughlan, Daniel      753 Covey, William  Archibald   -755 Co wan, James ���������������������������   756 Cowan,  Alexander      758 Cox, Alfred James   759 Cox, William Machell   765 Craib,  John  Peter   767 Craig,  William  Rupert   770 Cranston,  Charles     772 Crawford, Thomas      773 Crawford, Robert     774 Crawford, JI. William, Sr. ..'. .  775 Crawford, AVilliam      778 Crawford,  John  Henry   7S2 Creech, Norrie Alfred   790|Croskell, John William   791|CroskeIll William George.-   794 Crouse, Edwin      .795 Crowe, John Seldon  Residence  Profession  Objection  House.  17, Tp.  20, R. 10  L. 2550.  Vernon, Judge Spinks'  Salmon Arm, S. W.    _ Sec.  W.   Gth   M   Ewing's Landing His Farm  Mara, Cadden's Ranch   Okanagan Landing, Haw's House   Okanagan Landing, Short's Point'.   Vernon,  Coldstream  Street "   Coldstream Ranch   Coldstream  Estate   Mabel- Lake   Arm, S.   _ of N.    .   of Tp. 20 ,R. 9  13, Tp. 19, R.  Vernon  Vernon  Lumby,  Salmon  W.   6th   M  Summerland,   Lot   455....  Vernon,  Vernon  Hotel....  Sllv.r Creek,  His Farm. , .  Enderby, Part S. E.  Vi  Sec  Kelowna,  Lot 122   Enderby,   Enderby   llotel   Penticton,   Webster's   Mill...,  Suniinerland,   Lot   155   Enderby,   Endorby   llotel   Peachland, Lot I, Blk. 3, 4 90.  Vernon, Victoria llotel   Vernon,   Seventh   Street   Armstrong,  Rashdale Farm..,  Enderby,   l.nderby   Hotel   Vernon, Okanagan   llotel   Vernon, White Vnlley, Murray  Penticton,   Penticton   Hotel   Vernon,  Mara Avenue   Armstrong, Ashton's Ranch, Creamery  Kelowna, Lot 12, Blk. 13, Map 462... ..  Salmon   Arm      Vernon,  Tronson  Street   Lumby, Glencaird      Mabel Lake, Sugar Lake   Lumby, Sadler's Farm, .Mabel Lake.  Labourer  . . .������������������������������������������������������,..  Farmer      Farmer      Engine Wiper .  Boat Builder . .  Farmer      Merchant   ....  Farm  Hand .. .  Labourer      School Teacher  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Left Dist.  Ranch.  Rf.  Sec. 7  13  20, Tp. 20, R. 9.  800  801  804  809  S10  813  815  816  .817  818  819  823  824  825  S26  827  S31  S34  836  S41  S45  S46  S47  S48  Sol  S55  S60  863  S63  864  869'  S70  874  S79  SS0  SSI  .S86  Cruikshank, George  Cry, William .. .  Cudmore, Enos .  Cummings,. John  Cummings,- John  Cuneen, William  Cundell, Henry .  Curran, AVilliam  Curnow, Charles  Currie, James Hasty.  Currie,   Samuel  IT. ..  Henry.  Edwin  Curtis,  Curtis,  Curtis,  Curtis,  Curtis,-  Robert   Elias     John  Hamilton.  Charles   Harry  SS9  890  894  901  904  913  917  918  923  927  929  931  934  Cushman, AVilliam Henry. . ..  Dacers, Ranulf Harry   Dagg, James Clifton   Dale, Alexander, Jr. . .'.   Dalgliesh,   Alex.   Warrington.  Dalrymple,  Robert AVilliam..  Daly, John ���������������������������   Daniels, Joseph Ira   Darcy,  James      Dasnieres, Rene     Davidson, James  Alexander. .  Davidson, AVilliam Alexander.  Davies, John    ,  Davies, James     Davis, Ephriam James   Davis, Ernest     Davey, Edward Austen   Day,   George  AVaiter   Day, Ephriam Arthur   Day, George      Deaver. George-MilIigan._... .  DeBeck, Howard  Ludlow  Deeley, Daniel  deLautour, Percival John Deck  Dennison, Fred      Denniston, James, Sr....  Desmantels, Arthur ....  Desrochero, Alphonse . .  DeTremenden, Auguste .  Dickson, George James. .  Didillion,   Louis      Dilley, William Henry. .  Dillion, Bishop Percy.. .  Dilworth,  William  John.  1)4 4 Doherty_,; George Henry  950  951  953  955  959  960  961  965  966  967  971  972  973  974  977  97S  995  996  997  1000  1002  1003  100G  1009  1011  1012  1013  1014  1017  1019  1020  1022  1024  1025  1027  1032  .1033  1036  1041  1049  1051  1053  1060  1064  1066  1070  1071  Dolsen.  George Parker  Dom, Williams  . . .:   Donaldson, Richard Kennedy.  Donnely,  Samuel   .. ........  Dorval, Rev. Father'Dom G. .  Douglas,  John   . .... .. . .'.  Douglas, William .. .........  Downton, John  . .......... .  Doyle, Owen Joseph........  Doylo, George .............  Draper, Richard  .. .........  Dregnr, August ....������������������������������������������������������ '.  Drcgir,  Edward  . .. .  Drew,  Thomas   ...-..... ....  Drlffen, William Pitt,.......  Driggs, Aseal .. . . , .... .. .  Duncan, James   Dundas, Thomas George.....  Dundas, Frank Leslie...'. ...  Dunham,  Thomas F   Dunlop,  John  William.  Dunn,  David  Andrew.......  Dunning, Rowland  .........  Dunsmore, Joseph Monteith. ���������������������������  Duteau, Narcisse    Duteau, Alexander  . .. ..... .  Dutton, Joseph   Duval, Archie Arthur.......  Dwyer,  Leo Augustine......  Eagle, Edward Arthur......  Eaklns, Herbert   Eamo, Laban   Easto,  AVaiter Wnrson.. ....  Eastwood, James Herbert. .. .  Ecclestone, Arthur Rosina.. .  Edmonds, John Stock.......  Edwards, AVilliam    Edwards, Frank    Eitc, AVilliam  Mitchell   Ellis, Henry Albert   Ellis, AVilliam James..   Ellison, Noel   Ely, AV. R   Emeny, Peter   Empey, James Albert ,  Endersby, William Edward...  Endersby, Henry    ,  Armstrong, Chambers' Farm ���������������������������   Salmon Arm    ;.. .,  Okanagan Landing, Pt. Sec. 11 and .14, Tp  Nahun, Lot 1292   Vernon,  ANctoria  Hotel   Jackman, Cherry Creek Mine   Armstron,  Christian's  Ranch   Lumby.  Quesnel's Ranch "   A . rnon,' Vernon  Hotel   Okanagan Landing, Aberdeen Boat -.  Enderby,   Cliff  Street   Rutland, Lot 11, Map 425   Penticton, Lot 11, Smith Street   Peachland,  Peachland   Hotel   A'ernon,  Shuswap Avenue   Armstrong, Railway Avenue. ... .,   Kelowna,   Blackwood's  House :  Kelowna,  Clement's Farm   Okanagan Mission, Whelan's Ranch   A .rnon,  Vernon  Hotel : ..:   Armstrong, Swanson Road. . . . ;   Armstrong,  1  Mile West '   Armstrong, Swanson Road   Summerland, Lot 427   Peachland,  Peachland  llotel -   Rutland, Lot 43, Map 426   Kelowna, Lot 10, Blk. 64 ���������������������������.   Kelowna,.Bernard Avenue   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Okanagan Landing, Str. Aberdeen.:....  Kelowna;  Bredalbane Ranch   Salmon Arm. N. E. '/  Okanagan, O'Keefe's  Enderby,  George  St -....-.... v.  Kelowna, Lot 57 *. . .-.,. .  Kelowna, Lot 57 '..'..'..  Arernon, Coldstream Hotel.   Creighton A'alley,  Hutchinson's Farm.  Vernon, Vance Street *   Rutland, Lot 33,,,Map 264 .:.... :   Vernon,  Pine Street   Vernon, Greenhow's Ranch, Larkin...  Okanagan Mission, Crawford's Farm..  Okanagan Mission, Sec. 29, Tp. 20.. . .  Okanagan Mission, Crawford's Farm..  Armstrong,  Knob  Hill .'   Armstrong, Creamery Road   A _rnon, Victoria Hotel. . . :   Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel. . .'   A'ernon, Greenhow's Ranch, Larkin...  Kelowna, Lake View Hotel. ....... .-.  Kelowna, K. L. ~0. Ranch   Okanagan Ldg., Str. .Aberdeen ...'.'. .'."  Summerland, Lot 4 55 ...:..'...  Enderby, Cliff St., Lot 18; Blk. 6. .;.'���������������������������...  Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel.' : . .  Kelowna,'Bear Ck., P. R. 4 983. . .":'. . .  Armstrong, Patterson Ave !...'.  Enderby,  Curran's  Farm ".'..'  Okanagan  Mission, Lequime Ranch/..,  Jackman, His Pre-emption, Tp. 57   Salmon Arm, S. E.  '_  Sec. 19," Tp. 20, AVest  6th   M \  Armstrong, Curtis' Farm, Kamloops Road  Penticton,  Main Street   Penticton, Lot 1, Blk. 18a   Armstrong,  Kamloops   Road ;   Okanagan Ldg., Curtis' Farm. .'........  Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel ; . ...  A _rnon,  JI ission  Road   Enderby,  Barnes Addition   Enderby,  Dales'  Farm .;...'.  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue. . .  Silver Creek, S. W.   .    Sec. 7  Vernon,  A'ernon   Hotel   Armstrong, Patterson Avenue   Summerland, Hotel Summerland '.  Kelowna, AV. side Ok. Lake   Arrnon, Okanagan Hotel   Kelowna, AVestbank, Lot 2G01   Jackman, Cherry Creek   Penticton,  Main  St   Okanagan Ldg., S. S. York   Rutland, Lot G, Map 24 5   A'ernon, Lot 35  B, Coldstream   Okanagan, Day's Farm, W, side Ok. Lake  Okanagaii Mission,  Lequime Ranch   Enderby, King Edward Hotel   A'e_rnon, Jlara_A_veiiue._. _..___._____.  Pent!ctonrLor37i3ub(17L!r2_7".'. . . . . :. ."'  Vernon,  T.  AVood's  Farm   Vernon, Coldstream  Summerland  Penticton  Vernon,  Farmer      Clergyman   ....  Labourer     Rancher      Farmer      Labourer  ....  Miller    "  Foreman      Labourer      Logger    '  Boat  Builder   Labourer     Mariner   Fanner    ,  Hotel   Clerk. .'.'.',  Farmer      Farmer      Hotel Keeper ..,  Labourer      Farmer   ....  Clerk    '.'.'.  Labourer      Carpenter   Rancher     Rancher    '  Farmer   Rancher     Farmer   ... ...,  Farmer   .. .    ..'.  Farmer      Farmer   Carpenter ...  Miner    '.  Farmer      Farmer      Labourer   ......  Fireman    '.  Barber- '  Rancher   Lather    '  Carpenter ..*....  Real Est. Agent.  Blacksmith ....  Agent  Tp.'19, R. 10  1  X,  Estate   Summerland  Syndicate. . . .  Ellis  St   Railway Avenue   Kelowna,  Royal  Hotel   Okanagan Mission, DeTremenden's Farm.  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Lumby, Ram's Horn llotel   Okanagaii Centre, Lot 6, B. O   Vernon,   Rainbow   Ranch ,  Rutland, Lot G2, Blk.  143   Riimmoi-lnnrl,  Blk.  2543,  Lot  Kelowna, Lots 19 and 20..'.;  Vernon, Okanagan   Hotel....  Vernon, Carlvlno Ranch, B.  Vernon, Barnard Avenue...,  Vernon, Lot 2, Blk, 4 2   Enderby, Enderby Hotel....  Peachland, Lot 9, Blk. 4S2. ,  Kelowna, Lnke View Ilotel.,  Mara, Ro tli esay Lumber Co. ,  Jackman,   Monashee      Okanagan Mission, Smlthson  Rutland,   Lot   50.   Vernon, Coldstream St   lullcar,  I'kitten's Farm   Kelowna, South   Kelowna   Hotel   and 22   Caesar's   Dundas' Ranch.  I. Blk. 221. ... ,  l__atu.  Vernon, Vernon  Rutland, Lots 7  Okanagan Ldg.,  Westbank, C. P.  Peachland, Lot s"  Hotel..........  McLean's Camp.  45.  Kelowna, Palace  Penticton, W. A.  Summerland      Vernon, Pine Street..........  Vernon, R. Swift's Farm   Lumby, J. B. Deschamp's Farm.  A'ernon, Coldstream Estate....  Penticton,  Penticton   Hotel....  Summerland, the Barber Shop.,  Summerland. Lot 4, Blk. 4 5, L,  Okanagan Ldg., S. S. York.. . ..   A'ernon, Dewdney Street  ...  Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel............  Endorby, Gnrnett's Boarding House....  Kelowna,  Okanagan Mission..........  Vernon, Okanagaii Hotel. ...........'.  Okanagan Ldg., C. P. R. Track..'.   Okanagan, Greenhow's Ranch.........  Silver Creek, S. E.  .Sec. 30, Tp. 18. ..  Mara, S. E. V_   Sec. 8, Tp. 20..   Vernon,  Mara Avenue.   Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Summerland, Lot 480. Blk. 5.'. .../...  Armstrong, A. .1. McDonald's Farm....  Armstrong,  Rosedale Addition   Vernon,  Lloyd's   Ranch   s'aramata, Lots 17-20, Blk. G7, L. 210.  Agent      Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Farmer   :   Carpenter    Labourer     Rancher     Rancher     Carpenter   Labourer      Labourer     Rancher     Farmer      Labourer     Mill Hand   Farmer      Rancher      Rancher      Farmer   . .-. .  Carpenter    Rancher      Farmer   ....  Farmer   ....  Farmer '���������������������������   Farmer   .'   Farmer      Farmer      Farmer      Engineer      Labourer     Labourer    Engineer   ......  Labourer  ......  Labourer     Farmer   ...,.'.,..  Real Est. Agent.  Planerman; .  Stonemason   ...  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No.  NAME  ���������������������������  Residence  Profession  Objection  2119  2122  2126  2127  2134  2142  214 S  2151  2153  2155  2157  12158  2161  2162  (2165  216S  2169  2173  2175  217S  2179  J21S0  21S1  I 21.S2  21S4  2186  21S7  2190  2192  2198  2200  2202  2210  2211  2212  2213  2214  2216  2221  2222  2224  2227  2234  Lister, Joseph   Little, AVilbour McNeil.  Livingstone, George  . . .  Lloyd, Amos Edward ......  Lockie,  Andrew      Logie, William ,   Loomef, George Milton;.  Lougheed, AV'arren  ....   Louth,  William Geoffrey....  Loveridge, Thomas ...  Lowe, Samuel Rankin   Lowes, Thomas   Lowry, James     Lucas, Robert Lund   Lutigens, August      Lynes,  William  Wellington..  Lyons, John      Machin, Royal Haskett   Mack. Peter    Mack, John    Mackean, Percy AVarwick...  2240  2244  2247  2249  2253  225S  2262  2266  22 6S  2269  2271  2272  22S0  22S1  22S6  2291  2293  229u  2297  2299  2301  2302  2303  2304  2308  2311  2312  1319  2321  2322  232S  2331  2332  2333  2334  Mackie, William Donald.  Madden, Joseph    .Madden, Algernon Lewis  wlthen    Maddock,  Vincent Clinton.  Magill, William     Maguire,  Leonard  AVilliam.  Main, John  William   ���������������������������Mains, John   ,  Mallett, Sidney Richard...  Malpass, George   Mann, John Ayton   Marcham, Thomas George..  Mareland,  Fred Durward..  Margette, Thomas     Marks, Alfred Edward   Martin,   Henry      Martin, Charles Robinson..  Martin, Ebenezer Bridginan  Martin, Leander B   Martin, Thomas Bunting..  Martinson, Michael Brown.  Marshall,  John  Robert....  Car-  Penticton, Winnipeg Street. .   Peachland, Lot 25. . . .. ... . .-. . ........ .,  Vernon, Capt. Armstrong's Coldstream Municipality    A'ernon, Long Lake.;. ...'...-..."   Summerland,   Summerland   Hotel   Vernon, Johnson's Farm, Commonage....  Summerland,   Lot  455..   Kelowna, Guischan Farm.   Armstrong, 1 Mile North   Vernon, Langill Street. ./..;. ;  .'. ,  Vernon, Victoria Hotel.. .'".,. .  Armstrong, Railway Avenue ."  Summerland,   Lot  455.......;   Armstrong,- Armstrong  Hotel .'.'.'.'.  Enderby,  Long Ranch  ;..   Okanagan  Landing   ..;.;   Vernon, Tronson Estate. ; /. .'.. .. '.  Vernon,  Pine Street. ...-..������������������������������������������������������  .:..  Enderby, Grand Bend Farm   Rutland, Lot 5, Map 425..'..'...".. .';���������������������������  Armstrong, Donald McKay's Farm 'i'milr-  west   from   Armstrong   Vernon,  Coldstream   Estate '.'..'.'.  Okanagan Centre, Ok. Centre Hotel.!!!!!  Farmer  Rancher  Labourer     Farmor   .... ...  Carpenter      Farmer      Carpenter      Labourer      Farmer      Gentleman      Millman      Millman      Labourer      Carpenter      Farmer      C.P.R. Conductor  Farmer      Bank Clerk  Farmer      Rancher    35 Marshall,  Tom  ���������������������������'_a  3o  0.9  2340  234 4  2349  2354  2363  2364  2365  2367  2373  2375  23S0  23S5  23SS  .2390  2391  2393  2394  2399  2400  2402  24 06  24 06  2407  240S  2409  2410  2416  2417  2420  242L  2422  2423  2424  2426  24 35  2437  24 41.  24 42  2444  24 4 5  24 51  24 53  Marven, Harry  Mason, Edward   Massonat,   Henri  Michel...  Mathan, James     Matheson, Daniel Crawford  Marsden,  Thomas  ..'   Mawhinney, AVilliam A. . ..  Maxwell,  Robert Erskine. .  Maxwell,   Thomas   May, Thomas   Maye| Albert Thomas   Mayne, Ernest Harford....  Macfie, James AVashington.  Maclnnes, Carlyle AVilliam.  Maclen'nau, Murdo      Maepherson.  John  James. ,  MacAVatt, Adams James Johnston      McAllister,   Alex   McAlpine, Archibald Angus  McArthur, James Herbert...  McAuley, Frank     McBain,  Earle Irving   McBride, Robert A   McBride, AVilliam Leslie. . .  McColl,  AVilliam   Hugh   McClughan,  Andrew   .....  McClure, Burt   McCorkell,   Samuel   McCorkell,, Thomas Ross. . .  McCulIoch, A. C   McCreanor.  Samuel      AVilliam      Thomas   .......  Archibald   .....  John D   Donald Robert. .  Vernon,   Twelfth   Street   Vernon,  Barnard Avenue   Vernon,  Sully Street .'  Vernon,  Okanagan  Hotel   Larkin, Clinton's Ranch   Kelowna, Rutland Prop., Lot 44.  Summerland, Lot 455 ........ .  Armstrong, Rashdale's Place..'..  Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Summerland, Marcham's Farm..  Okanagan Ldg., Shannon's Mill..  Vernon, B. X. Ranch   Kelowna. Ellis Street !  Okanagan, Lot 104   Vernon, Barnard Avenue.. .!!..  Vernon,' A'ictoria Hotel   Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel...  Vernon,   Seventh   Street   Penticton, Martin Street   Lansdowne, Spallumcheen   Armstrong, Spallumcheen   Kelowna, K. L. O. Co.s' Ranch..  Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel...  Vernon, Barnard Avenue   Vornon, North  Street. . . .'   Armstrong.  Railway Avenue..!!  Kelowna,   Pendozi  Street....  Kelowna,   Richter   Street '  Vernon, ��������������������������� North   Street   Rutland,  Lot .12   Armstrong, Eastern Addition!!'.!  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Lumby, Blue Springs School   Penticton. Fruit Lot 136   Vernon, Railway Avenue ���������������������������  Vernon, Barnard Avenue   Armstrong, C. P. R. AVork Car. .  24 60  24 62  24 64  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald, Angus.   McDonald, Angus*"   McDonald, Donald A   McDonald,  David      McDonald, Hugh      McDonnell, Alexander '..'.;.  McDougall, David ,.-. .. ....  McDougall,   Henry   . ; '.  McDougall,  Urban   .-   McEachern, Hugh   .:.'.....  McFadden, John *...'.  McGec, Edward . ."   McGill, Irvin      McGregor, John      Mcllvane, Samuel      Mcllvanie, John     Mcllwain, Nathan      .Mclnroy, James   ;.. ..  Mclntyre, Francis-James.. ..  .Mclntyre, Joseph Matheson.  Mclntyre. Justin Egerton...  Mclvor,  Pf.trick      McJannett,' William T;   Mc.Tannett,   AVilliam   Alexander  McKay. Donald Robert. . .  McKay.  Frederick      McKay,  Charles      McKay, James      McKay. Thomas     McKay, Angus     McKay,  John      McKay, Charles   McKee. Robert Henry....  McKechnie,  George      McKee, Ernest Humbert. .  McKendry, AVilliam .....  McKenzie, Allan George..  McKenzie, Alexander  ....  McKinnon, Fred     McKinnon, Hugh    ; .  McLachlan. Hubert .....  McLaren, George AVilson..  McLean,  Alexander      McLean,  Albert  Murdock.  20,  R.   1,  AVest  2-4 54fMcLeai lf-AV'illian.-  1524  :;>:  253o  2537  2542  254 5  254 7  254 9  2555  2557  255S  2560  2564  2570  2571  25S1  25S5  25S6  2594  2596  2599  2602  2605  260S  2609  2610  2013  2020  Archibald .=  Burton  Mural. . . .  John Thomas....  Neil      Duncan      McLeman. Alexander     AIcLcod,  Daniel   L   .McLeod, AVilliam   McLeod, George Henry   McLeod, Charles      McMillan,   Philip  Duncan...  Kenneth     Neil Angus   John      Frederick Chester  McNaiighton,  Hugh     McNeill, James    Hector Malcolm. . .,  I'erranco Wolf red..  McLellan,  McLellan,  McLellan,  24 66IMC Lellan,  24 6S  24 71  241  24 74  24 75  24 S  24S2  24S4  24 S  -24 SS  2496  249  2500  2502  25 0-1  250S  2510  251  25 16  2517  25 IS  McMillan,  McMillan,  McMillan,  McMullen.  McNeill,  McNair,  McNclIy, Thomas      McPherson, Norman     McQuarrie. Robert   McQueen. Thomas H   McQuestion, George Walter...  McRae, Norman Alexander....  McRorry;  Edwin   Beverly.....  McA'icar, Charles '..'..  McSunner, Thomas  ..... .'. ...  McA'icker, Daniel   ...... ......  McVeigh,. John Henry. ..... . .  Mead; Homer .; .... ,   Meikle, George .Arthur.......  Meldrum, AVilliam      Mellish,Milton Leigh. ...  Metcalf, John  Charles.   Metcalfe, Archelaus ........ .  Mew, George  ...............  Micile, Dominico  .............  Middleton,, AVilliam   . .,,....  Middleton,  Maurice  Smith....  Middleton,   AVilliam   Alexander  Miller, David   ....... ... ....  Miller,  James   Hugh, ........  Miller, John Ewing. ;;.   Miller, Adolph   Millington, Frederick   Mills, Frederick Allan ;. ..  .Milne, George   Mines, George Percy   Mitchell,  Frederick   Mitchell, George ..;.   Mitchell,  Charles   .   Mitchell,  Roland   Ewart......  .Mitchell,  John Frederick.   Mitchell, Joseph     Mitchell, Robert     .......  Mohr, John Archibald   A'ernon, Maple Street   Enderby, Belvedere     Armstrong, Vankleek  Blk   Rutland, Lots 3S and 39   Penticton, Smith's Camp .Naramata ;  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   Okanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen..'..!.  Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel........  Nahun; Reid's Ranch   Armstrong. Armstrong Hotoi   Kelowna,  Okanagan  Mission   Tackman, Monashee, Cherrv Creek...  Vernon, Okanagan  Hotel. .'   Okanagan Ldg., C. P. R   Armstrong, Railway Avenue !..  A'ernon, Okanagan Hotel !.  Kelowna, Lot 122   Vernon, Schubert Street.   Penticton, Main Street   Vernon, The B. E. Mine ,-  Armstrong, Greenhow's-Ranch, Larkin  Vernon, Okanagan Hotel.   A'ernon, Victoria Hotel ���������������������������',  Armstrong, AVood Avenue. . !  A'ernon, Okanagan  Hotel   A'ernon, Langill Street   Kelowna, A. McDougall's Farm   Okanagan Mission, McDougall's Farm  Kelowna,  Okanagan  Mission   A'ernon, Victoria Hotel.. . . ���������������������������   A'ernon; Coldstream  Estate. 7.77'  Penticton, Lot 7, Blk.'F -".. .-   Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, Lot 12 7  Penticton,  Smith  Street.. ;.'   Enderby, Townsend  Farm..:   Enderby, C. P. R. Boarding Car'   Enderby, Hassard's Farm, Lot di.. ..  A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel   Armstrong.  Railway Avenue '.'.  Enderby, 7 Miles from Enderov   Armstrong,  Railway Avenue..'.   South Okanagan, Belleview Hotel.. ..  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Vernon,  Carswell's Mill   Mara.  S.E.   &   Sec.   S,'  Tp  6th Ar ;   Kelowna, Lake View Hotel..........  Summerland,   Lot   4 SO   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   Hilton, Cherry Creek; '   Penticton, Esplanade     Kelowna, K. L. O. Ranch. '.'.  Armstrong. Morgan & Jackson s Camp.  Enderby,. Knight Street   Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch '..;..  Armstrong, McKendry's Farm   Peachland, Lot S, Block 4S2   Vernon,  Okanagan Hotel   Kelowna, C. Blackwood's House......  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel   A'ernon,   Coldstream  Ranch   Summerland, Lot 4 72 ,  Kelowna, Bernard Avenue   A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel   Kelownar"I.ot. G7"B]6ck~T3 .T.V. .7.7.".  Kelowna, Eli Avenue   Kelowna, Block 38   Peachland, Beach  Avenue   Okanagan, Lot 104   Kelowna,   Water  Street   Armstrong, Huntley's Camp, _ar_tn...  Salmon Arm, Sec. 10. Tp. 20, R. 9   Okanagan Landing, Str. Aberdeen   Enderby, AVright's Hotel   A'ernon,   Royal   Motel   Kelowna,  Harvey Avenue   Kelowna,   Richter   Street   A'ernon, A'ernon   Hotel   Vernon;- Mara "Avenue. .".'.. ..'."."."'.".'."'.  A'ernon, Pine Street   Vernon, Mrs. Greenhow'Js Rancn   Penticton, Ellis Street; Lot 15   Armstrong, McNair Farm, 1 Mile North-East  of Armstrong   Vernon, P, Sinclair's Farm. Sunnyside..  Armstrong, A. E, Maundrell's Residence  Enderby, McQuarrlo's House..-..'......  A'ernon, Railway Avenue.   Peachland, Lot 49, Blk. US.../, .'.  A'ernon, A'ernon   Hotel   Kelowna. Lots 33 and 34   Peachland, Pre-emption  4 419.  Salmon Arm, N. E. ������������������_  Sec. 13,  Salmon Arm, Canoe Creek..,.  Enderby, .Belvedere  Street.  Armstrong,  Eastern  Addition.  Kelowna, Glenn Avenue......  Summerland, Lot 455. .......  Armstrong, Mellish's Farm. ..  Enderby',  Cliff Street........  A'ernon, Elm Street.........  Okanagan Centre, Lot 11.. ..  Armstrong, Micile's Farm.. ...  A'ernon, A'ernon .Hotel.   A'ernon, Midmar' Ranch. .'..  A'ernon,  Midmar Ranch,. .. ..  Vernon, Seventh Street.......  Enderby, Miller's Farm..,,..  Kelowna, Blackwood's House.  A'ernon, His Farm at Lumby..  Okanagan Ldg., Str; Aberdeen.  A'ernon, Coldstream Ranch...  Vernon, Coldstream Ranch...  A'ernon; Okanagan Hotel...,.  Summerland, Lot 4 74.   Armstrong,   Mitchell's   Farm,   First  Salmon  River Bridge      Armstrong, Pleasant Hill Road......  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Monteith, AA'illiam      Monteith  .Francis  B   Moor, Gerald Henry   Moore, John Richard     .Moore, AVilliam Robert   Moore, James Stewart   Morand,  Frank      Morden,  Thomas AA'entworth.  265S Morgan,   Frank  AV'oodhouse.. .  2659  2660  2665  2667  2671  2672  267  2676  2678  2679  26S1  26S2  2691  2692  270  2706  2709  2712  2714  2715  2721  2722  2725  2727  2728  730  732  2734  2740  "Zto'>  2753  2754  2756  2759  2760  2763  2764  2772  2774  2776  2777  2783  2793  279S  2S05  2S07  2S0S  2S09  2S15  2S16  2817  281S  2S22  ��������������������������� i  2S23  2824  2S25  2827  2S28  2829  2833  2840  2841  2843  2846  2848  2850  2852  2853  2854  2855  2856  2857  2S60  2862  2866  2867  2869  287*0  2871  2880  2S82  28S4  ���������������������������2SS5  2SS6  28S7  28S9  2S90  2S91  2S97  2901  2904  Morgan, Cyril Fryer Nicholl.  Morgan,  William  Stanley..  Morrell, AVilliam Edward..  Morris, Charles Edward  Morrison, Murdock Malcolm.  Morrison, Robert     Morrison, John Alexander. .  Morrison, Ralph Stanley... .  Moss,  Thomas      Motheral, Charles   Mowat, Gilbert     Mowat, Robert     Mini roe,   Colin      Munro, Finlay     Murray,   Daniel   Alexander. .  .Murray,   William      Murray,  Joseph      Murray, Patrick Andrew. . ..  Murray, James George   Musgrove, Samuel  Henry...  Nagel, John Henry   Nairn,  Daniel      Nash, Cecil Howard   Naylor, Henry     Vernon,  Coldstream  Ranch ' Mech.   Engineer  S. AV.  % Sec.  13. Tp. 20, R. 10, AV. 6th M. Blacksmith  A'ernon, Lot 16   "  4 55.  Naylor,  Edward  Henry   Neale, Harry '   Noil, Duncan     Neill,   Horace      Nelson, William Frederick..  Newman, Sackville Creswcll.  Newman,   Richard  Adam....  Newton, James    Newton; Edward  William...  Nicholls,   Cy      Nicklon, Frank Harold!!!.'!  Nichol,   William  James   Nicol), Harry  . . .'   Nicolson, Ernest Joseph....  Normand, Joseph Eusebc...  Nuttal, Fred    .'....-  Oakes, Frank  Henry   Oates, John   Oddie, Thomas A'enables. . !.  Oliver, Charles Albert   Orr, William     Otterson,  Lome  S   O'Brine, Mike   !  O'Connor,   John   William...,  O'Grady,  Thomas Edmond...  O'Grady, Michael      O'Neill,', John   Samuel. . ..  O'Neill,   John   S   Packer, "George   Henry   Packer,  Cuthbert Henry   Pangbourne,   Augustin   Geor;  Alfred       Parke, Fred      Parker, Samuel     Parker, Anderson     Parker,   Harry  Lake !.  Parker, Joseph     Parker, Robert .' ! . .!.  Parkinson, Charles Milburn..  Patchett, Charles Henry   Paterson,   George   AVilliam .. .  Paton, 'George 'Crawford   Patten,  Lee  Alfred.'   Patten, AVilliam John   Patterson, James  .-   Patterson,  Arthur Victor....  Patterson, Milton     Patterson,  David   . .'   Patterson  .James      Patterson, Andrew     Patterson,  AVilliam  Thomas..  Paul, James   Payne, George     Peace, AVilliam Benson...'?..  Peace, Oswald Allan   Peake, Charlton  .  Pearcy, James    Pearcy, Thomas      Pelly, Bertram Percy/ ;  Pentland, Milfi _d"..;.   Perrin, Charles '   _, Map 548   Lumby, AVhite A'alley   Okanagan Mission, Moore's Farm..!.  Okanagan Lake, Moore's Ranch  Peachland, Lot 1, Blk. 3   Hullcar, Morand's Farm. Deep'Creek'  Kelowna, Blk. 57, Lot S....  Kelowna, Royal Hotel      ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������...  Penticton,  Lot 59 7.7   Kelowna, Bernard Avenue  Okanagan Centre, Gibson's Farm  Armstrong,  Wood Avenue.  Peachland,   Lot   4 90....    Kelowna, Lot 9, Blk   li   Kelowna, Lot 9, Blk. 55. -:  Armstrong.  Okanagan  Hotel.   Vernon,  Coldstream  Hotel.          Summerland, Lots, J i    _���������������������������>   i.i"_i'-'*'  A'ernon, Tronson  Street "'  Enderby             Kelowna, Palace Hotel   Summerland, Lot 2S91       Vernon, White Valley, Murray's Ranch   A'ernon, Schubert Block    Okanagan Mission, Murrav . Farm   ?en.Hcil.1^^  A'ernon, Okanagan   llotel.      _ __!?rliron _,c-p-R- w������������������rk car."!'.!:::::."  Enderby,  Regent Street. .  ___!!_ iSan _jdg" Str- Aberdeen." ���������������������������' '���������������������������'-'-' ' T '' ''  lTl.9D7 6Ct'heeA_'S''3-   *   Sec.20.*Tp  Enderby. Deep Creek  Ranch" "''''''V '  A'ernon,  A'ictoria   Hotel.. " "; '   A'ernon,  Seventh   Street        ' '  Enderby,  City  Restaurant!! ."-'   A'ernon,  Wetham Street. .        Kelowna, Lot 51    Vernon, Schubert Street!!!   Wood's Lake, Lot 33. -'-   A'ernon,  The  Firs. ...    Summerland,  Lot   4 55   A'ernon,   A'ernon   Hotel   Summerland, Blk. 36, Lot  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel  Okanagan Mission, Lot 37  Hilton, Cherry Creek.  Vernon, Coldstream Hotel  Summorland .Lots 1 and 9  A'ernon,  A'ernon   Hotel. . .  Short's Creek, Ewing's Landing!!!  Peachland, Lot ], Blk   4  Penticton, Lot  14,  Blk.   19  Summerland, Blk. 50, Lot 455."  Kelowna      Enderby,  Enderby   Hotel!   Penticton,   Penticton   Hotel   A'ernon, "Carswell's Mill  Lumby, .Morris' 'Ranch   in tier by, Enderby Saw Mill. .!!!!!  Okanagan Mission, Benvoulin Hotel  Westbank, Pre-emption 523S   Rm  Dealer  411.  "Tp7  29.  ���������������������������BIk. 52, Lot'475  Perry, Aaron Jenkins. . .  Perry, John     Perry, Joseph      Perry,  Edward      Petar,  Edward   Tooth. . .  Peters, Simon   '.  Petrio,   William   Pettman,  Herbert Edwin,  Pewtress, Robert  2907lPhillips,>Averv  2908 Phillips, Richard      2912 Phips, George Trotman   2913 Pick, William      2916 Pickford. Frederick     2918 Pihevaiak, Lukny   2927 Plummet1,    Lawrence    Herbert  Roby      Podwin,  Joseph      Pollard,  Oliver Herman   Pollock, Robert, Sr   Pollock, James Dickson   Pomeroy, Charles Edwin   Poole, Francis Edward   Porteous,  Thomas  Janies   Potts,. Clayton  AVilbert   Powell, George     Powell, David     2966|Prather, Bruce     2967(Pratt,  AVilliam      2968 Pratt, James AVilliam   2970 Prentiss,  Elner Frank   29'7l Preston. John    2974 Price, Thomas Sidney   .2975 PricejjGeorg^R.aleigh.....,....,.,..,.,  "2977 Prickett, Richard Boliingham.  Pugh, AVilliam      292S  2930  2932  2935  2938  2939  2949  29.54  2962  296  Hotel   Lot 454." !.'���������������������������.'.';  Parker's Farm.  Vernon/ Okanagan  Enderby      Summerland, Blk  7  Gellatly, Gellatly's  Okaiiagan  Mission,  Lumby,   Saw   Mill.   Lumby,   Bessett's   Mill .'-   A'ei;non, Tronson  Street..-....'.!!!!."!  Armstrong,  Wood Avenue....".  :-   A'ernon,   Mara  Avenue !!."." j  Hullcar,  Patton's Farm. .....  Armstrong,   Patteii's   Farm  ' :  A'ernon,   Mission   Street.,.)..   .    '  Kelowna, AMi. Knox's Ranch !!!!!"'  Okanagan Mission, Lequime Ranch '.'.' '  Hullcar. Patterson's Farm...  Lumby, Lumby Hotel. .......   .  A'ernon, B. X., Ranch . . .'.". ..;..!.!!!!!!! !  Kelowna, Okanagan  Mission   Kelowna,' Lot 15 ."....:   Armstrong, AVood Avenue!..!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Armstrong, Payne's Ranch, Sec. 16, Tp. 7. !!  Kelowna, Okanagaii Mission, Sec; '22 Tp 9���������������������������  Kelowna,  Peace's  Ranch..........  A'ernon/Lome Street '...';.: .'.'!.  Vernon,, Coldstream  Road '...!!!!!!  Vernon,  Coldstream .Road .'.  Armstrong,-. Armstrong   Hotel.;......-.    -.  A'ernon .Okanagan',Hotel ;.*...   .  Okanagan   Centre,-.Al/ P., Williams',  AVood's  Lake - :....' ;  Summerland, Blk.  1', Lot 2561 ....!!. .. . !.  Kelowna, Blackwood's House.. . .' !!���������������������������!!!  A'ernon, Carswell's Camp ;;. ...... !.. ..  Lumby, Ram's Horn Hotel   Armstrong, His "Farm, Knob Hill   Kelowna, C. Blackwood's House '   Vernon,' Okanagan Centre, Hanthorpe Ranch  Okanagan Ldg., Pettman's Farm. . ... :   Salmon Arm, N. E. % Lot 13. .". .'..'. '.  A'ernon,  Coldstream  Ranch :   A'ernon, T. AVood's Ranch ;   Kelowna,   Rutland   Estate '.   Peachland, Lot 59, Blk. 11S4   Armstrong,   Otter   Lake   Armstrong, Part of Sec. 23, Tp. 34  2988  29S9  2990  2991  2996  2999  3000  3001  3002  3003  3007  300S  3010  3012  3015  3010  3017  30 IS  3021  3022  3026  3030  3032  3033  303S  3041  304 2  304 3  304 7  304 9  3051  3057  3000  3064  3065  3066  3067  3070  3074  3079  3080  3 0S2  3095  3096  309S  3102  3106 Robertson, Robert Hutchinson  3107 Robertson, Charles James.  .'lllOiRobertson, John  Lindsay  3111 Robertson, Robert lltuclilnson  3112 Robertson, James   3115 Robinson,   Richard   Andrew..  3119 Robinson.  William  Elijah   Pugsley, Ross Lynwood   Purves, Roderick     Putman,  George  Abrani   Quesnel, Joseph Osias   Quinn, Francis     Quinn,  Arthur      Quinn, AVilliam      Radcliffe,     Ralph     AVIlIin'gton  Young      Rae, James  '.  Raines, Joe .,._...'   Ramage, Steven      Randall,  Albert      Ranger,  Henry     Rankin, James D   Rankin, John      Rankin,  Robert     Rankin, Richard Charles   Rawllngs,  Frank      Ray, Charles   Raynier, Horace Janies   Redmond,  A'lvlan      Reed, David Allan     Redd, Robert Colvln   Reeves, Frank Sidney   Rcld,  John      Reid,  Archibald      Reid, Charles      Reid, James    /   Rennison,  John   Frederick. . ..  Redsue, Edward   ,   Rhean, Noel Herbert.   Rice, Rooley Nuton   Richards, James    Richards, Charles   Richards, Joshua   ..,   Richardson,   Alfred  Andrews. .  Richardson, Harry    RIddall,   Harry  Claude   Ringle, Carl, Jr   Ringle, Charles     Ripley, AVilliam      Robb, Alexander   Robb, James      Robb, Hugh AVilliam   Roberts, James   Penticton,' Bank of Commerce Banket  Jackman, Monashee on Cherry Creek Mine. . Miner  Peachland, Lot 3, Blk. 7, Pt. 490 Ranchei  Summerland, Blk. 15, Lot 3397. .-. Ranchei  Naramata,   Lot   210 Book-keepet  Penticton, Smith  Street '. Merchant  Armstrong, Poole's Farm, Lansdowne Farmer  A'ernon, Corner of Railroad an! Langill Sts. . Steam   Fitter  Armstrong,  His Residence, Wood Avenue. , . Tailor  Peachland, Lot  1,   Blk.   3 ��������������������������� Stone Mason  Kelowna, Lot 3, Blk. 17 ' Book-keeper  Okanagan Mission,  Prattler's Farm Farmer  A'ernoii,   Mission   Street Blacksmith's  A'ernon, Mission Road Accountant  Kelowna, Eli Avenue Teamster  A'ernon,  Seventh   Street Tailor  Summerland,   Lot   2543 , Teamster  Peachland..J.ot.48,.Blk,_J_l_83._._.___._=.=.;...=.=. . Rancher  Westbank, Prickett's Farm ' Rancher  Salmon Arm, N. E. V* Sec. 17, Tp. 20, Range  10 ,W.  6th  M   A'ernon, Cor. of Wetham St. and Barnard Ave  Okanagan Centre, Lot S, Plan 454   Lumby, Puttnan's Farm   Lumby, Blacksmith Shop   A'ernon, Railway Avenue   Endcrbj', Mount Ida   Enderby, Sec. 1 9, R. 9, W. 6th M   Kelowna, Parkdale      Kelowna,  on  Ills  Farm   A'ernon,  A'ictoria.. Hotel._   Okanagan Mission, J. M. Rutland's Ranch..;  Summorland,   Lot   473 '...  Endorby,   Maude  Street   Summerland, Lot 455   Vernon, The Learmouth Kstatc   A'ernon,   Mara   Avenue   A'ernon, J. Cutler's Ranch   Endorby,  Enderby   llotel   Armstrong,   Rosedale  Aventto   Kelowna, Abbott Street ,  Mara,  Redmond's Farm   Kelowna, Camp on  Lake   Kelowna, Lot 26, Hlk. 10, Map 202   A'ernon, Coldstream   Estate   Vernon, A'ernon   Hotel ,.,  A'ernon,  II. X. Ranch   Mara, S. E.  Vi Sec. 8, Tp. 20   Armstrong, AA'ood Avenue   A'ernon, Coldstream  Hotel   Nahun,   Pre-emption  4 54 2   Kelowna, It. E. If. Harris' Lot 127   Kelowna, Rice's Farm, Okanagan Mission,..  Lumby, Rain's Horn Hotel   A'ernon, A'ance Street   Okanagan  Ldg., Str. Aberdeen   A'ernon,  Barnard Avenue   Lumby, Ram's Horn Hotel   Summerland. Blk. S, Lot 472   Lumby,   Flnlaison's   Farm   Jackman, Rlngle's Farm, Cherry Creek   A'ernon,   Mara   Avenue   Vernon, Okanagan Hotel   Vernon,   A'ictoria  Hotel   Armstrong, Brown & Pound's Farm   Salmon Arm, S. E.  Vi Sec. 13, Tp. 20, West  6th   M   Peachland, Lot 4 in 11 S3   Peachland, Lot 12 in 11 S3   Armstrong, Robertson's Farm, . .  Peachland, Lot 53, Blk. 1183..,  A'ernoii, Coldstream   Hotel '.  Armstrong,  Rosedale    '.  Penticton, B. C. llotel t  I Fruit Grower   ..  Farmer    .'  Farmer    !.  Farmer    "  Rancher ....!!!  Farmer      Carpenter ..'.'"  Clerk    "  Rancher    Pool & Bill'd  Farmer ....  Gentleman .'  Accountant ���������������������������  Implement  Clerk      Book-keeper  Painter ..  Clerk    .'! .7  Teamster ......  Engineer   .  Baker    7.7  Labourer  . .  Farmer  'Tinsmith   7.'.!! !  Farmer   .  Ulner. ...7.7."  Farmer  .... ...  Carpenter ....  Labourer ...  Druggist  . .".'.'.'.'.  Labourer ...  Farmer      Farmer   ....  Labourer '  Carpenter .'.!."  Flour Mill ! . .. "  Stone   ."Mason..  Fruit Packer .  Farmer '   Farmer   .., , ..'  Rancher ....."  Teamster .!!.  Bar Tender . !' '  Fruit  Grower.!'  Teamster    '  Farmer   . .....  Rancher ....  Labourer !  Engineer  Butcher      Resident '.'.  Carpenter   Labourer     Teamsler ....!!  Labourer  .  Mill Hand 7  Bar  Tender   Lumberman   ....  Labourer '  Labourer  .....!  Farmer !  Rancher    Labourer     Teamster '....!!  Garuener  ......  Book-Keeper ...  Farmer & Trap'r  Labourer     Labourer-....  Painter, ;. ..'.'.'.'.  Builder    '  Painter     School   Teacher  Farmer      Butcher    !!  Labourer    Labourer     Farmer . . ". . .!  Farm Hand  ....  Labourer     Farmer      Farmer   .... ...  Merchant  ......  Farmer      Farmer   .......  Farmer      Photographer ..  Contractor .;...-  Contractor   .....  Printer ".-.'   Carpenter"   Farme."      Teacher      Labourer ......  Lumberman   ....  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Thursday, April 21, 1910.
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OKANAGAN ELECTORAL DISTRICT���������Continued.
No.
NAME
Residence
Profession
Objection
3l22jRobinson,   Edgar   	
3125jRobinson,  John   	
3129[Robinson, AVilliam    .' ���������
3130jRobinson,  Philip Henry	
3132|Robinson, Donald    ��������� ��������� ���������
3i:..3jRobinson,   Philip   Henry....
3l34!Robinson,  Robert  .	
313SjRobinson,   Harvey   	
:U39jRobson,  Alfred   	
3141iRobson, AVilliam   	
3144 Rogers. Charles Levi	
3145 Rogers,   AVilliam   Thomas...
3150 Room,   Malcolm    ���������	
3l66iRoss,   David   Alexander  And.
j    son  ��������� ���������
3175jRowe, John Arthur. .......
31S2|Rumohr, A'ictor Lorren	
;nS3!Rumball, Anthony AValton. .
31 S4iRush, George Washington.-
31S5jRiiss.il,  Christopher  Tremayr.e;
1    Dishy    .:	
j A'ernon, Barnard Avenue	
:Vernon,   Vance   Street	
iGlenemma, N. AV.  %  Sec. 7, Tp. 16. . .
:Vernou, North  Street.	
I Vernon-' Coldstream   Ranch	
Vernon, North  Street	
iEnderby,  Lot S, Blk.  1	
jOkanagan, A. Falconer's Ranch	
iA'ernon;  Okanagaii  Hotel. .'....	
1 Enderby, Faulkhard's House	
iPenticton. Lot 53, Penticton Bench...
Isiivor Creek, N. E. ... Sec. 30, R. 10.
iokanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen	
ipenticton, Lot  52  ..... ��������� ��������� ���������
!Enderby, Blk. 7, Lot 13. Cliff St	
iokanagan  Mission,  Lot  1	
'ISalmon Arm. S. E.  Vi   Sec. 6,. Tp. 20.
Armstrong, Knob Hill, Spallumcheen.
3244
3245
324 9
3250
3251
3252
3254
3255
3256
325S
3259
3263
3204
3209
3270
3 2 72
3 2 SO
3 2 SI
32S2
32S7
3290
3291
,J,292
31S7;'Russell,   Arthur   ........
3.1SS;Russell, James   	
31S&lRus=ell,  AVilliam  Unfit*. .
3190!Russell,  Frank	
3131!Russell, Davis  	
3iy6' .utile. William  Harvey. ,
3199 Ryan; Daniel   .	
3209;Sampson, John Frederick. .
:_10jSainson, Alfred  	
;-;212;Sanderson, John : ���������
32i5iSanford,  Charles   ....   ��������� - ���������
32lS;Saunders,  Harold    ��������� ��������� ���������
3219, .aunders,  Thomas   .....
3220jSaunders.  Albert James. .
32211Sawver, Everett AV. . .. . ..
.'.224JScai.  , Thomas	
3225;Scaife, Thomas >	
3228 Schell, AVillis Frederick...
3229!ScheH, AVilliam Garrett. /.
3233|Schneider,  Henry  AVilliam.
Scott. Francis Guy .���������..'.
Scott,   George  Benjamin. ..
Scott, John Henry. .....
Scott,' Henry  ,. ..;/..;y.;;���������:.
Scott; Thomas Chisholm. ,.
Scott," James  ..... .......
Scott, James AVright.7.; ..
Seaeord,; AA'alter Levi..;".....
Scroxton,  George   . . .-. ...-.������������������
Seaman, Murdock ... .. ��������� . ���������
Searle,;John James.... /'.'."
Seely,; Gebrge. Arthur;....
Sellings,: AVilliam.;. .. ,,. ;.
Seymour,   Sidney  Percy. . .-.
Shane,   Nelson ;;. //; ���������
Sharer,  Charles Frederick.
Shary,  Arnold   Curton......
Shary,   Adolph   ;, ....  _ ��������� ���������
Shary, Adolph Joseph. . . . ."
Shaw, Carleton Gray	
Shaw,. Bernard ���������'.-". ..... ...
Sheaham,.C.;. .'.. ...... ...
Shelton,  George   .......
3296 Sheridan. Alvah	
3300 Shields, AVilliam Robert...
3302 Shoebridge, Alfred  .. .'.'.
3304 Short,; Thomas   .. ,;.-.-	
3305 Shute, Ernest: Albert.....
1317 Silvester,  AVilliam   ... ;;���������������������������
3321 Simonson,  Simon   . .......
3330 Simons/Charley  .......-,..
Simpkins, Joseph Henry, ..
Simpson,  A'ictor  . . ,'. ...
Simpson,. Thomas: ........
Simpson,   George   . .......
Simpson, Donald Cameron.".
Simpson,": James  AVilliam,',
Sinclair, Ronald Drummond
Sinclair, James  ..;. ;";'.. .'..���������;.
Sinclair, /AVilliam   .. ,.".'. ."���������/.
Skermer,  AA'il Ham; .... .y....;.
siack.yEnoch;..;;;;.:;;.;;..;���������.
Slaughenwhite,  L.J ...::. .
Small, Francis Edwin...:..;
Small;. George: Stanley.;, ,','y,
Smedley,  Frank   . . ... .'.'..
Smeeth;yBryant Stiiart./; ,
Smith, ...George. Archibald..
S m i th;! y.1 oh n yy.. ;./���������; ���������.������������������������������������ ���������;'���������;
Smithy/Henry; ,;.;.;.7.. ...:;-:
Smith, Thomas Aird....:. .;;
Smith. .Samuel ////vv.;.:.-;,.
Smith",'���������.Tony". Albert;;;...;';;
Smithv7;;AAMlliam7:Alexaiider/
Smith/JyElgih/Lorne;;//.?.';;
Smith iSlqlin/AVink;;;:.:,;,/,
Smith;/ J oh n 7>.'..-.Z'. ,/;.:;;
Smith/James :;;:;;..:;; ;.
Smith. Herbert/Walter/ '/...;
Smithy/Albert:' Bert. ,,/,./
Smith,;Angus;:;;.::.";.:./..:.;,,
Smith.-yWilliam/F.;;/;.:/;;
Smiths/Alexander;::..;.;-.;,./.
Smithi/Marcus ;.'"���������.;���������.. ;��������� ���������;". /'������������������
Smith/Andrew  ....//....
Smith,::.John. . . ..;.. ..,...-���������:
Smith, AVilliam "George 7 /.
Smith, John   .....;,//;.:..
Smith,^Charles:Ernest. .;.;,
Smith,  George  Tyndal!.,;;
Smith, James Arthur........
.��������� Smitli;y;Jolin:;.;.;:.:.,;,. .'..","���������
4 22[Smith;.Pohn,Arthur Creasy
34 24 Smith. Paul.7 ;.;'.'';. .'.������������������//
Smith. EverardVMuir. ��������� ��������� .'���������'/..���������
Smith, Olive Hattoii.. . '.".'.'
AVilliamStephen. . .
Snow,; Harold .. ... ���������:.;,.....
Stiowsell, Ernest/;;,;,:/���������:��������� ���������;���������
Somers; Frederick Joseph. .
Speer, George; Bruce .,.,,,
Spicer. AVilliam Harold.,..;,.
Sproul,  Robert John . ....,
..4 6 2.Squire,. Joseph   Ni:;on;. ,./
34 63|Stain_r, Charles Elijah/.������������������;;
34 69iStans_ekl,  Albert   .
34 7 2jStatham.       Hugh
j    Llewellyn y. ....
34 75jSteedman. A'ernon
3476* Steel, Janies  .....
34 77iSteel. Herbert G. ..L
Kelowna,
2 6, Tp
lowiia,
jowna,
lowiia,
derby, S
! non
in on
_
;i%
Lots
26. .
Ellis
Ellis
Ellis
W,
5 and 7, Subd. Sec. 25 and
���������j ���������_ u i
'.'OOO
���������i oo 4
'> o a o
��������� i o o t J
3334
3335
3337
3339
3340
334 3
334 6
'-' or,i
o o o J
3352
3354
3357
3359
33G2
33 64
3373
3376
33 77
33 SI
33 S2
33S3
33S4
��������� 33SS
33 90
3391
3392
3393
33 95
3396
34 00
34 04
34 06
���������34 OS
34 11
3414
3415
3417
3419
24 20
34 27
14 32
r'.4 35 Snider
3436 ~   '"'
34 37
34 39
3-150
34 5 S
3460
57, Lot 210.
S, Tp; 19, R. 10
Kingston
Street/. ;.	
Street.	
Street ��������� ���������
V4   Sec. 2 6, Tp. 19, R. 9.
Lavington  Estate	
Okanagan   Hotel	
V-rnon, Lome Street. -.-.������������������ ��������� ���������
K.'lowna,   Uaillie's   Farm. . .	
K.lowna, Lake A'iew Hotel.  ..-. ��������� .
���������Y>.non,  Coldstream  Estate	
Vernon,   Elm   Street;. /."	
Y.iVion,  A'ernon   Hotel  .���������,. ... .
Okanagan Centre, Ok. Centre Hotel.... .
"ummerland,   Lot   455. ..... .;". ..... ...
.-.iimmerland ,Blk.  15, Lot 473.....,.;.
Peachland,  Lot   US3.
Naramata, Lot 20, Blk. 57,
Rutland.   Lot  59 . ....
Rutland, Lot 69,Map 426.
Silver Creek. S. AV. V. Sec.
Armstrong, Main Avenue. ......... ....
Vernon, Mission Street. .	
Armstrong, Lansdowne . . ;.'//. ..:.';��������� ,��������� ��������� -
Summerland, Lot 472, Blk. 25 ;.....,,. .
Kelowna, Okanagaii Mission,. :Lot 62.. ...
A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel. .............
Vernon, Ok. Landing Koad . . . . . ....
Enderby, Gardom Ranch, 1S^ Miles N/\V
Sugar Lake, Pre-emption 5099 ,.../.....
Penticton. ,S; S. Okanagan. ....,,......���������
A'ernon, A'ernon   Hotel. ,....,,,. .;,���������,. ���������
Enderby,  Enderby   Hotel,/. . . . ;;...:. ��������� ,-,
Okanagan,Ldg.,;S;S/Okanagan., ... .'. //..
A'ernon, Lome. Street...... ...;... ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������
A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel..............
Kelowna, Abbott Street., . . . . .'.... ��������� ��������� ���������
Armstrong. Patterson Avenue. . .. .,....
Armstrong, Patterson Avenue. . ... /. .....
Armstrong, Railroad Avenue. ........ ...
Enderbv, McLeod's House;. . . ,. ... ....
Peachland, Lot 2, Blk. 2, 490...;,:.-:......
A'ernon,  Coldstream  Ranch .,.;.,...... ,.
A'ernon,  Coldstream  A'alley. .... ;. ...������������������������������������
Okanagan Landing, His Farm. ........ ...
Summerland   ./......���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
A'ernon, Coldstream HoteK . ... ..... . ��������� ��������� ���������
Summerland, Blk; 4, Lot 4 5 4.;;.",;. .". .^. ��������� ���������
A'ernon; Coldstream Ranch;. ..,...,������������������ ���������������������������
Summerland; Post Office. ... . .".������������������'. . . ,...,.
Penticton. Hudson's House...... ... ��������� ���������
Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel....... .. ���������
A'ernoii. Miss Capel's...,;.. /. .y ���������;���������. ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������;
Westbank;. ... . . ; ',;..���������.������������������;. ..���������',.... ��������� /���������' ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� _.
Okanagan Mission, Near Postills Ranch..:
Okantisan'-Mis'sion,".Ppstill!s.Ranch. . . ., ; ;
jackman. Monashee Mountain/. .... ... ...
Kelowna; Benvoulin Hotel,,..... :'���������",. ��������� .;���������'���������.���������
Okanagan"Mission. Lequime. Ranch ... ....
Kelowna. Sec. 9.-Tp. 24, Ok. Mission,/....
Gellatly;..... ��������� ������������������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������ ��������� ���������'���������������������������'��������� ./���������/���������.-������������������ ��������� ������������������������������������
Lumby. Quesnel's Ranch. ......... ��������� ��������� ���������.���������:������������������
Kelbwiia/Biackwood's.Hotel/,;..;..;;.;;/.;.
Suminerland,Lot 304 0 /..:/..,;;;./���������������������������;���������������������������;
Kelowna.Eli Avenue. Blk. l,Lot 2. . ,. ...
South Okanagan, Beleview. Hotel/,......... ���������
A^ernon,; Long Lake.//.. ;'./���������.���������"��������� 7 '���������'���������;.���������....���������' ""'���������
A'ernon, A'ernon-Hotel,,.........;. ...,.;������������������.
A'ernon. ColdstreaniRanch. .. ;\ ...... ��������� ��������� ;��������� /
Okanacan-Centre;,Lots :i5/and::l0.:Block;K
Vernon,:Corner;Twelfth-and Schubert-Streets
A'ernoii; 0kanagaii7 Hotel,/;/;.;.:/....;
Armstrong, HisyFarm.:.:;=.,;,;,.;;,;_/;
Armstrong/Knob ; Hill .>,.:.:,....���������/������������������ ���������
A'ernoii7Tronson':7Stre^,;/,;/;7,7/^;;:.
A'ernoii7dkanaga n/ Hotel.,:,////.; /���������::���������
Enderby,: Sadler's Farm.yMabel .Lake.
Enderby;'Saw;Mill. /.: .��������� ���������/;-��������� v:/;'.V:/;.:. /
A'ernon.VCarey's -Farhi,:.Swahy.Lake/,.
Penticton;Lot".66.; ;.;-.;/.:;���������;;.;. ������������������:; 7
Kelowna. -Bear Creek,:; ;/.. .; .;..������������������;���������
Armstrong, Patterson Avenue,,:,//.;
Vernon. ;Okahagan; Hotel /;;//;. ;/.;.;;
Okanaeaii," Greenhow's. Ranch /. . /.���������";'���������.
Enderby/SmUh's-Farm.ys ^liles fromyEnderby
Vernon; Coldstreiim. Estate,. ;,..;./. /���������;���������.7 ���������*
IMeasaiU''Valley-Road.--;..���������.,..:,.;,..;...
Vernon; Hotel.-;;;;,../.,.,,:.. /��������� :���������;���������.';���������;
Pleasant A'alley Road.;;,.,;.;;. ..i
.c,..w���������, Coldstream Hotel. ..,/.. . .,.,,.��������� ,,
Vernon. His Pre-emption;:at.Six,Mik^Creek.;.
Armstrong, Grinton Road. ; .... .'.v7._ .:_._*.''
Vernon, Pleasant Street. ,/;;.-..;/.:��������� ,/������������������ ������������������'���������;���������
Peachland, Lot 7; Blk; 2JS3S. ,;;,./;: ..;���������������������������������������������
Kelowna, EllisStreet.;./1; .;./���������;/;��������� ���������;/��������������������������� ���������;���������:;���������
Armstrong, AVolfenden Blk;;,. . ���������.���������.-.;.-.:.-..-
Vernon,,Pleasant Valley Road. .....,;,,. /.
Uimby," School. ;./. ,. .��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������.���������������������������.��������� ������������������:������������������������������������;������������������
Kelowna. Lot 4;...Plan 4.39,.Kamloops-. /���������;���������/���������
Kelowna, Pridham's; /.,..���������,.,;������������������������������������ ���������.���������:������������������ ���������..���������;������������������:���������
Okanagan Ldg;; Str/AberdeeiV.;;.y//;//;;//r
A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel. . ... .. ,��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������:��������� ��������� ��������� ���������,���������.���������
Okanagan Mission; Spicer's;Ranch./..-. .;������������������ ���������
Kelowiia; Sec./20.;Tp/26;'. ;/////"""	
Salmon Arm, S. AV.. V* Sec/13, Tp
Vernon/McQiiaiTie's Ranch.. .;/. .
Cherrv. Creek,; Stansfield's ���������Ranch .
A'ernoii.
Vernon;
A'ernon;
A'ernon,
29.
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Kbcnezer
Edwin. . .
!4 7S|Steele; Robert  rrame. . .
14 79|Stoele,  AVilliam   Boswel!.
MSOiSteele, Rjbert   .. ... ��������� ��������� ���������
���������:���������) S'llStocs^on,"' .lohn  M ;. ���������.'. ���������
;4S2iStepheiis,  William
MOOiStevenson.: Albert
;4 95jStewart,  AVilliam   .....
;496!Stewart, James A. .. ....
,,497!stewart, Daniel ... ... . ���������
:i9S:Stewart,  William   .....
:505LStirllng, Gordon '. . , ...
;509'Stoddart. .1 ohn James,-.
;,')l3lStone,   Ernest   Percival.
;5'ir>(. t.' Onge, Sfinni"l.������������������.-. . . .
J Ricliafn"Tr;T-/7
Kelowna, Bernard Avenue. . . . ;. .
Armstrb'ns:. Salmon River AVard. .
OkanaganMission, Postill's Ranch
Geljatlyj Gellatly's .;//��������� .:.;��������� ��������� ��������� /.���������.-���������
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Labourer . . .
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Labourer ...
Farmer ....
Lumberman -
Horticulturist
Farmer ....
Labourer   . . .
Farmer   ....
Teacher
Farmer   ....
Farmer   ....
Carpenter ..'.
Rancher 	
Labourer . . . ..
Cigar .Maker. . .
Telegraph   Oper'tr
Rancher 	
Rancher  .
Stableman   ......
Labourer  . . . . .   .
Teacher .'.,.; .". ,
Electrician ...,...
Marine Engr	
Labourer   .......
Labourer  .......
Labourer  ..... ,���������'.���������
Clergyman   ..... .
Teacher	
Boat Builder....
Boat Builder.. .. .
Farmer   . .. ....; .
Rancher,,, ,-;���������.. ,.,
Farmer   7 . . ;. .'.'
Labourer   ;. . .. . .
Labourer  ...... .
Farmer   ...". ... ;
Fruit Grower	
Farmer   ; ...".". . .|;
Book-keeper  '.'���������'; .'.
Farmer   ........
Farmer   .... ;"."..;
Farmer '������������������/.. . .. ;;
Mate. ... .... /.".
Labourer y /..:...
Teamster. ..; ....
Deck  Hand. ;,. . .
Plumber.:;;//. . ;.;
Labourer   .....,;
Labourer .......
Carpenter .;". . .. .
Carpenter .'. ... . .
Bill'rd Hall Propr.
Mill AVright  ,. ...
Painter ./.;. . . ....
Farmer  . .. .... .
Farmer
Agent   ....',.;.';;.".
Blacksmith  ���������',. . ...
Teamster   .......
Dairyman   . ... . ..
Farmer   .;.-'. .....
Teamster  ..,//..
Labourer   ..
Farmer ,. ... ���������; .. .
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Labourer   . . ,. . .;.
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Labourer 7. 7...
Miner; /';' .;'; .; ; ���������;..
Labourer   //.....
La Dourer ;.. ...
Farmer   ,..,./.;
Carpenter ... ,,..,.
Farmer   /.;.;. .7.
Carpenter ;. . .;...
Clergyman":/;. ;".���������;���������
Carpenter 7 /. :. .
Labourer; ,. 7. ..
Labourer; ;'..,...
Fireman.:-:,/.,,....
:Farmer:;,.. /.:/..'.
Presbyt'n7M.i.ni.str
Labourer;;;.;.;:;;;
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Farmer ;:.7;;;:/;7.:
Farmer/.;; .;"77-
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!5l7iStorey,
;r>l9:Stratham,
-��������� \" Llewellyn   . . ... ..........
1523-Strong, Georg"  . . .'���������.	
:5:10iSfubbs,  Harry ,k . "ph	
::.:M!Stuart. '.lohn Alexander.......
:.".:;". Stuart. James   Edward. ........
:r.;iC:.Stuart. AVilliam Tail ��������� . ��������� .
;.i;iS'Sturt.  Herbert  Richard..,;...
'.������������������'.'{9iSiurt.  Thomas  Welch	
:.ri4 1 ;Sudtlen, James   . .	
:r>43;Snllvan, Robert Desmond. . ...
_.4 7;_utellffo,  Frederick   	
;r, .SiSiitellffo. Arthur	
:.". _0!Sutton. Thomtis  	
ioOl'Slnnot, Hedley   . ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������
!56S:Sweetlng,  Walter  llorrodoll. . .
;.-,73 Swinton.     William     Frederick
llunt'T	
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:!.*7S.Ta������gart. Albert  	
15Sr/Taylor,  Janies  Thomas	
j.595'Torry, Edward   	
:59G'Toward. James	
:',t",00 Thibedeati.   Peter	
lOOllThlcke. Alfred   	
;i.02:Thicko, Alfred  Ernest	
:006 Thomas,  Thomas   	
! .l2iThomas, David   	
',013:Thonias, John    ��������� ��������� -
1015,Thomas, David  Randolph	
:_lC;Thomas, Joseph AVatkin	
;01 7Thomason, Fred   	
!U'l.S:-Thorapson,  Harry   ..........
;G19;Thompson, AVilliam   	
,.627;Thompson, George A	
i02 ^Thompson, David  	
1031 [Thompson,  Henry  	
.r.32}Thompsun, George Percival,.
������������������634-Thompson, Arthur 	
!C35Thompson, Hugh Cranmer...
summerlanT!
Hullcar, Grafton Farm ..., .
Penticton, The B. C, Hotel.
Summerland. Lot 455. ....
Vernon, Aberdeen Ranch. .
Vernon. Whiteman's Creek
A'ernon. Coldstream  Hotel.
Vernon, Seventh Street. .. . ...������������������.,,   ���������
Salmon Arm. N. E. li Sec. 19/ Tp. 29, R. 9. .
Okanagan Ldg.. Str. Aberdeen	
Kelowna,  Pendozi  Street. . .. . ..'. ��������� ��������� ���������	
Kelowna, Glenn Avenue. .... ... ... ������������������ .:,���������...���������..���������,..
Vernon; Coldstream Hotel ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������ ���������
I _ntioton. Lots 23 and 24, Blk. IS, Main St
Kelow'ivar Block"22irr-;ir-;lr^~-;^;-.::.=.-.--.-.-7-. ������������������������������������-.
Kelowna, Lot 122 '.... .... ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� -.-���������
Vernon, Coldstream  Hotel ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������	
'Kelowna, Mill Street. ���������'���������
(Armstrong. Armstrong Hotel	
Annstron.    Armstrong llotel.	
Vernon'. Coldstream Ranch ...,,...;.. .. ...
Armstrong, Fletcher's Farm, Spallumcheen. .
A'ernon. Coldstream Hotel ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������������������������.	
lArinstrong.  Mark  Hill's Ranch	
11.-lownti.  Lake View  Hotel, 	
Ilvlowna, Sutcliffe Street	
iArmstrong, Melghan Road ................
jOkanagan  Ldg., Str.  Aberdeen . ������������������	
Gellatly, Gellatly's	
A'ernon, A'ernon  Hotel	
Penticton, Fairview   ��������� ��������� ...������������������������������������
A'ernon, Victoria Hotel ���������
Okanagan Ldg., Near C. P.R. AVharf
A'ernon, Okanagan Hotel	
Armstrong, 1 Mile North	
Jackman. Thibedeau's Ranch, Cherry C
Vernon, Coldstream  Estate...	
Vernon, Coldstream  Ranch.	
Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel	
A'ernon, Mission Street..	
Enderby. Endorby Hotel : ��������� ��������� ���������
Sumnuirland, E. \k Blk. 32, Lot 4-3..
Kelowna, AVate'r Street	
Enderby, Cliff Street	
Vernon, Railroad Avenue	
A'ernon,' Coldstream Hotel	
Kelowna. Block 33	
A'ernon,. A'ernon Hotel	
Okanagan Centre, Soc. 1, Tp. 19	
Vernon, Maple Street	
Armstroi g, Armstrong Hotel	
AVhitom/ l Creek, D. G. Eaton's Farm..
reek..
^usser....... ��������� ��������� ������������������.
Farm .r;:/7 .:;
Labourer;./. ;.
Physician 7. /.
Cigar-Maker.-;
Farm Hand;,.
Labourer-;";;.' .'���������''.���������
Teacher ... ,.
Farmer" /; 7���������'.
Orchardman:;;:,
Labourer:^//. ���������,-.���������
Machinist .. . /
Farmer ^;:;.;. ;;
Farmer ,..y./v:
Farmer ,. .7/;
Labourer .;/..
Miner   ... .. . .
Cook; ,. ,...,;
Farmer   .....
Labourer/.-'...'.
Farmer   .,.:..
-Qontiu.ctOr ���������-������������������ //;./;
Farmer   . . ....
Carpenter .... .
Clerk   ..;//..,
Fruit Rancher".
Rancher .... ...
Labourer   .....
Barber   .......
Farmer   ..;.,. .
Labourer  .....
Farmer   ,. . .
Gardener/. ...
Carpenter   ....
Store Keeper  . ,
Retired-,;.;...,.--...;.
Labourer  .'. .. .
Bricklayer '.'. .-.'
Jeweller   ;. . ,, ,
Butcher  ......
Labourer   .....
Labourer  .....
Farmer   ......
Labourer  	
Farmer   ....
Rancher 	
Farmer   ....
Labourer  .....
Labourer   . . .
Carpenter	
Labourer   .....
Sec.-Treas.   Ok.
Nursery Co. .
Labourer   	
Merchant   ....
AVaiter .......
Stone Mason  . .
Farmer   	
Farmer   ......
Stableman   ....
Farmer   	
Carpenter .....
Lumberman   . .
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Farmer   ......
Carpenter	
Carpenter	
Harness  Maker.
Labourer  	
Rancher 	
Painter 	
Farmer   	
Carpenter	
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No.
NAME
Residence
Profession
3636
3645
3646
364S
3649
Thompson,
Stevenson    . .
Tozer,   AVilliam
aid    '���������; . .
Tickle,   George
Tidsbury, Frank
Tight, James   . .
John Fleming
Arthur 'Regin-
Simpson. . .,,.
3662 Toombs,   Edward
3663
366S
3670
3671
3673
3674
3675
3677
36S0
36SS
36S9
3691
3694
3697
3700
Toombs, Thomas Alexander,
Tracy,  James  Henry	
Travener, AVilliam Louis. . . .
Trayler, A. E. . .... .	
Treanor,  Frank   	
Treharne, Ernest Guy. . ... .
Trelford, Jonas   	
Trembley,   Edwin   Cowan. . .
Trill, Thomas  	
Tapper.  Charles Franklin...
Turnbull,  Leroy  George. . . .
Tumbull, Andrew	
Turner,  Henry	
Tweed. Frank . .	
Tvler, Thomas H.	
370.1;Upton, Richard   .......... .". .
3705jUtas, Joe	
371.1 jValentine, Thomas Fisher....
3713;A'allery,  Andrew Morrice. . ...
37l4JA'allie, Alderic  	
3715jA'an. Frank 	
37lS!\'an den Nest, Peter	
3722]\"arncs.  Janies   	
3724'A'aughan,  Francis Herbert....
3726!A'avsoar, Edward   	
3730jA'enn,  Hubert John	
3732|Viberth; Harry   	
3734 A'ickers,   Randal]   Hugh   AVent
I    worth    	
3740 AA'addington,  Hubert Allan. . ..
AA'agner, Theodore   	
AValdriff,   AVesley   	
Walker. Samuel  Eli. .,	
Summerland, Blk. 27, Lot 2196.
Nahun, On His Pre-emption 537S... ....
Peachland, Lot 2, Blk. 9. . ,	
A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel. . ,	
A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel	
Salmon Arm, S. E. %'Of S. E.   _and N. E
of N.E. VI Sec. 12, Tp; 20, R. 10, AV. 6th M.
Salmon Arm, N, E.   _  of Sec/13, Tp. 20.
Enderby, Enderby Hotel -,	
A'ernon, Coldstream Ranch	
Summerland, Blk. 43, Lot 3640........
A'ernon,  Okanagaii Hotel.	
Armgtrohg, -Armstrong  Hotel. .........
Kelowna, Okanagan Mission/Lot 122. . . .
Peachland, Lot 5, Blk. 912 	
A'ernon, Okanagan Hotel.	
Kelowna, Lake A'iew Hotel	
Vernon,  Seventh  Street. .....'	
Rutland, Lot 20, Map 54 6. . ;	
Aimstrong, Otter Lake	
A'ernon, Okanagan  Hotel	
Summerland, Blk. 11, Lot 364 0	
Okanagan Mission, Pyman's Ranch. .....
A .rnon," Coldstream  Ranch	
A'ernon,,Railroad Avenue. . ..... ... ....
Armstrong, Knob Hill Road.	
Lumby. Saw Mill  ��������� ���������
A'ernon, Okanagan  Hotel.  ....
Summerland. Blk. 20, Lot 4 74	
A'ernon, Maple Street	
Nahun, Lot  1292	
A'ernon, A'ernoii Hotel	
Okanagan, O'Keefe's Ranch	
Summerland, Lot 4 55	
3743
3745
3750
3752 AValker, AVilliam
3760
3762
37 63
3765
3777
3767
3770
3772
3773
3774
3777
377S
3779
37S4
37 So
37S6
37S7
3792
3794
3799
3S00
3S01
3S03
3S06
3S07
3S11
3S13
3S15
3S17
AVallace,  John   Bond	
AA'aller, AA'illiam   	
AValler, AVilliam   	
AValsh, Thomas   	
AVathers, Richard  	
AValton.  George  Anthony.
AVandell. John Henry	
AVard. AVilliam   	
AVard,  AVilliam   Edward. .
AVard, AVilliam Albert	
AVareham. Edward James.
AVark, Arthur Goodwin. . ..
AVark,  AVilliam  Gregory. ,
AA'arren,  Omar  Rathburn.
AVarren. Robert James...
AA'arren,   Herbert   	
AVarren, Arthur Colliver. .
AVaterson, George   	
AVatkins,   Pat   	
AVatson, Kenneth   	
AVatson, AA'ellington   	
AA'atson,   Peter   	
AVatson, Peter  	
AVatt, James Henry	
AA'att,  Ovington   	
AVeber.  Joseph   Boys	
AVebster, Andrew  	
AA'ebster.  Charles AVesley.
AVeddie, Alfred Jacob	
Thomas   	
Henry Richard	
Frederick  George  Per
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3S20 AVeeks,
3S21|AVeeks,
3S2SiAA'elch.
|    cival   	
3S21iAVeldon, Arthur T	
3S32|AVellband, Thomas Richard...
3S33iAVellman, Thomas Robert	
3S34|AVel1s,  William  Alexander	
3S35jA\'ells.   Alfred   Louis	
3S30iWeIton.  John Russell	
3S3SiAVest,   AVilliam   	
3S39|AVest, Alexander McKenzie. . . .
3S4 0|AVest. Richard  Ernest	
3S43|AVestgate, Charles Benjamin..
3S44|AVestgate, Richard Gamer....
3S45|A\'eyman.  AVilliam  Middleton..
3S46jAVhaite, John Henry	
3S47|AVhaley. James Alfred	
3S4 9|AVhatmore. Robert  	
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3S50|AVheelens, Janies Cummings...
3S55l\Vhite, Ebenezer .AVilliam	
;_S50JWhite, Matthew   	
3S61|AV'hite,- Janies   	
3S62|AVhite,  AVilliam   / ,	
3S63iAVhite, Charles Reginald	
3S64 AVhite,  Harry   	
3S69 AVhitehouse,   George  Hayward.
3S73 AVhitridge. AVilliam Oscar	
3S77 AVilband,   Burns Thadetis	
3S79 AVilds, Albert James	
.SSSO.AVilhelm, AValdeniar	
3SS1|Wilkens, Duncan   	
3SS4iAVilkinson, Thomas Loyzelure..
SSSOJAVilke; John  Charles  . . ���������
3S90jAVillcock,   Stephen  Archibald..
3S91 .AVillcock, Elmer  . . :	
3S92jAVillcock. Ethelbert  	
3S93|AVillcocks, Charles   	
3S97|AVillianis,   C.   N	
39 00iAVilliams, Thomas Rice	
3_01.AVillianis.   Bertram  Leopold...
39051AVilliams. Noel   	
390S!AVillis,  Harold  Arthur	
3909!Willis, Frederic Arthur	
3910JAVillis, Francis Knowles	
3917jAVilson, Andrew   	
3920iAV'ilson. John   	
3924i\Vilson, Harold  	
39 25iAVilson, AVilliam   	
3927l,Wilson Alberl	
3932!AVilson. Norman  Humphrey...
393. .AVilson, George Henry	
3936!Wilson.  George  Alexander	
3937iWilson,  AVilliam  Collis	
3_3S;AVilsoii. Frederick Sumner... ���������
3939';AVilson, Harry Frederic	
3940!Wilson. John Auld	
3947!AVlnslow. John   	
3950';AViiuers.  Thomas Bath	
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3952iWisenian,  Janies  Barrie	
3953JWitt, AA'alter	
3954:AVitter, Hamilton Munroe	
3961iWolrige, Edward   	
3962;AVolrige, Frederick    ���������������������������������������������
3964iWolverton. Charles Aanesdale.
39GSi\Vithrow, Franklin   	
39G9iWiihrow, Franklin  ..........
3970'AVood, John AVilliam Hugh	
3971-Wood. Henry Lewis	
3972[Wood,  Thomas  William	
3973"Wood, AVaiter  Frederick	
3975|Wood, Einon  Alexander	
3976:Wood, John    ���������	
39S6;Wooten, .Clement Fanshawe.. .
3992;Wright,  John   	
Harry Albert  	
Frederick Gordon....
George Emanuel	
David   	
4 005;Yates, Frederick  	
400G,Yeld.  Gilbert deClare. ...	
4 013iYoung.  AVilliam  Christopher..
���������lOloW'oung, Julian   	
4017!Young, William .lames	
���������lOlSJYoung. Samuel  . . ...	
4 024:_iinnierninn,  Otto  _ .slier.
Jackman .Cherry Creek Mine	
Short's Point, McMullen's Ranch...
A'ernon, Barnard Avenue	
Peachland, Hawthorne Ranch	
A'ernon, T. AVood's Ranch	
Kelowna. Pendozi Street	
Okanagaii Ldg. Strand Hotel	
\Vhite A'alley, Speer's Ranch	
Peachland, Lot 1, Blk. 3	
Okanagan Ldg., Short's Point	
A'ernon, A'ictoria Hotel	
Penticton, McLean's Camp	
Kelowna, Allan's House	
A'ernon, AVhite A'alley, AVard's Farm
Summerland, Lot 1177, Blk. 2	
A'ernon, Okanagan Hotel	
Enderby, Mill Street	
Enderby, Faulkner's House	
Armstrong,  Wark's House	
Armstrong. AVarren's Farm . .
Armstrong,   AVarren's   Farm,
Place  	
Armstrong, AVarren's Farm, near Armstrong
Armstrong, AA'arren's Farm	
A'ernon, Coldstream Street	
A'ernon, Coldstream Estate	
A'ernon, Coldstream Ranch	
Naramata. Lots 12 and 13, Blk. 56	
A'ernon, Douglas Hill Ranch	
A'ernon, Douglas Hill Ranch	
A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel	
Kelowna, K. I . O. Ranch	
A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel	
A'ernon, Sully Street	
A'ernon,  Okanagaii  Hotel	
Salmon Arm, S. AV. >_ Sec. 20, Tp. 20, Rang*
9, AA'est 6th M	
Okanagan Ldg., Str. Aberdeen	
Penticton, Martin Street	
Fruit  Grower.
Rancher .
Rancher .
Labourer
Painter  .
Farmer   .... ...
Farmer   	
Logger   ........
Labourer   	
Labourer   ......
Bar   Tender..
Farmer   ......;
Labourer   ......
Fruit  Grower
Labourer   ......
Photographer   .".���������,
Labourer   .... .'.
Labourer   ......
Farmer  A ... ...
Painter  .... ,'. . .
Fruit  Grower, . .
Rancher	
Farmer   ... . . /'.
Farmer   .... ...
Lime .'Manufact'r.
Labourer	
Teamster   ......
Fruit  Grower. . .
Labourer   	
Farmer   	
J Farmer   	
Labourer   	
Labourer   	
Objection
late   Crozier'i
!, 210.
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33,
24.
L. 210.
3fl94iWright,
3995'.Wright,
3997'AVright,
4 000;Wrigley,
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A'ernon, Barnard Avenue	
A'ernon,  Okanagan Hotel	
Naramata, Lots 13 and 14, Blk.
Enderby.   AVellman's   Farm    2
Enderby   	
Coldstream  Hotel ".	
Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel. ..
A'ernon, Seventh Street	
A'ernon,  Pine Street	
A'ernon, Coldstream Estate....
Penticton, Lot 79, on Flat	
A'ernon, Coldstream Estate....
A'ernon, Coldstream Estate....
A'ernon. A'ictoria Hotel	
Armstrong. Rosedale Avenue. . .
Kelowna,"Ellis Street	
Enderby.  AVhatmore's  Ranch   _:   Mile   from
Enderby    ,	
Enderby, Cliff -Street	
Enderby. Mill Street	
Vernon, O'Keefe's Ranch	
Peachland, Lot 24 in Lot 11S4 .
Gellatly, Okanagaii Lake. ....
Armstrong, Okanagaii-Street. .
Kelowna. Lawrence Avenue. . .
A'ernon, "Coldstream  Ranch. . .
Okanagaii Centre, Lot 1	
Vernon, Fuller Street	
Kelowna Palace Hotel	
Summerland. Lot 3640	
Naramata. Lots 13 and 14, Blk
Kelowna, Okanagan Mission, L.
Kelowna, Lake View Hotel	
Kelowna, Lot 4 5	
Vernon, A'ictoria Hotel. .......
Hullcar, Grafton Farm	
A'ernon. A'ictoria Hotel	
Summerland, Lot 455	
A'ernon, Long Lake	
A'ernon,  Coldstream Hotel	
Coldstream, Kidston's House. ..
Nahun,  His  Ranch ;
Armstrong, Graham Farm. P. \-
-Armstrong Graham Farm, P. A'-
Vernon, 0~'Keefe's Gate Cottage.
A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel	
Okanagan Ldg., AVilson's Farm.
Vernon. AVilson's Farm, Mission
Enderby,   Enderby  Hotel	
A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel	
Okanagan Ldg.. S. S. Aberdeen	
-Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel	
Vernon, Price Ellison's Ranch..	
Penticton, Lot 4. B. D. on Lake Shore. . .
Okanagaii Landing. S. S. York ���������
Enderby, Enderby Hotel	
Armstrong,  Railway Avenue	
Armstrong. Armstrong Hotel	
Vernon. Coldstream Ranch	
V5"nTOn"^Okanagan^notel-^-.=^=~.---------
Kelowna, Blk. 34, Map 462. Ellis Street
Kelowna, Glenwood Avenue	
Kelowna, Bernard Avenue	
Kelowna, Lot 24 . . . ���������	
Summerland, Lot 455	
A'ernon, Coldstream Hotel	
A'ernon, Okanagan  Hotel	
.rnistronc, Patterson Avenue	
Okanagan Mission, Benvoulin ....
Kelowna. J. Conlin's Farm, Benvoulin..
Lumby. E. L. Morand's Lot	
Okanagan Centre, Lot 7, B. P	
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel	
Penticton/A'an-Home St ��������� ��������� ���������	
Peachland. Lot 50, Subd. Lot 11 iu	
A'ernon, Okanagan Hotel.	
Kelowna. Okanagan Mission	
Vernon. Price Street, Lot 21......... ���������
Silver Creek, S. AV. Vi Sec. 1., Tp. lb. .
Kelowna, Lot 0. Blk. 15	
Enderby,  Enderby  Hotel	
Armstrong, Patterson Avenue.	
Armstrong, Salmon River Road	
Vernon, Long Lake	
Vernon, Long Lake.. ������������������������������������������������������_	
Summerland, Lot 50S, Blk.  i	
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Road.
Road.
Labourer   	
Labourer   	
Gardener   	
Rancher 	
Labourer   	
Gentleman   ....
Rancher 	
Labourer   	
Rancher 	
Farmer   	
Labourer   	
Labourer   	
Painter   	
Farmer   	
Fruit  Grower. . . .
Labourer   	
Carpenter	
Labourer   	
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Bricklayer   	
Ditch   Foreman.. .
Teamster   	
Farmer   	
Gentleman   	
Retired  Gentlem'n
Miner   	
Rancner 	
Labourer   	
Carpenter 	
Plasterer   	
Farmer   	
Mariner   	
Livery Stable Kpr.
Machinist
Labourer
Real Est.
���������Agent.
Farmer   	
Farmer   , . .���������.
Farmer   	
Plasterer   	
Labourer   	
Civil   Engineer.
Carpenter
Carpenter
Carpenter
Farmer   	
Engineer   	
Book-keeper   . .
Road   Master. .
Teamster   ....
Labourer   	
Farmer   	
Fruit   Grower. .
Engineer
Confectioner   . .
Teamster   	
Labourer   	
Orchardist   .. .
Plumber   	
Boat Builder . .
Student   	
Boat Builder . .
Labourer   	
Labourer   	
Farmer   	
Labourer   	
Farmer   	
Teamster  	
Fruit Grower  .
Farmer    ,
Gentleman   .. .
Labourer   	
Rancher 	
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Bricklayer
Fanner   	
Farmer    ,
Labourer   	
Contractor   . . .
Freight Clerk.
Miller   	
Rancher 	
Rancher	
Labourer   	
AVarehouseman
AVatchmaker   . .
Farmer   	
Farmer	
Painter ..._._._.
Book-keeper   . .
Stonemason   . . .
Carpenter	
Farmer   	
Fruit Grower   .
Miner   	
Labourer  	
Gentleman   ....
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Merchant   	
Rancher 	
Carpenter 	
Mill.Hand   ._. ...
Farmer   	
Shoemaker
Rancher   	
Teamster	
Rancher 	
Restaurant Keep'r
Labourer  	
Teamster  	
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Fruit  Grower. .
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Voter objected i������i. <>i
Revision to lie Iiekl by nie at the Court
11  o'clock in the forenoon,
Vernon.  It. C���������   Ith Aliril.  10.10.
'.lie mi id Register of Voters unless (
on his behalf, shows
Monte, Vernon, on Monday, the second day of May, IDIO, at the hour
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